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[PHS Basketball Team]
The Pemberton High School basketball team is featured in three photos on a yearbook page. The top photo shows the entire team with their trainers and Coach C. H. Broach. Pictures below highlight two players whose names do not show.
[PHS Basketball Team]
The basketball team was a feature of the 1964-65 Pemberton High School yearbook in Marshall. At the top of the page, there is an action photo. The text to the left relates the highlights of the season. The bottom photo is the team photo. They were coached by Coach Broach.
[PHS Basketball Teams]
On this yearbook page, the girls' basketball team and the boys' junior varisty basketball team were featured. The boys' coach is not named. The girls' coach was Mildred McNeal. The athletes are not identified. The setting is the school gym. Students are dressed in uniforms.
[PHS Beauties, Devonia Meek and Linda Williams]
These young women were selected as school beauties and favorites at Pemberton High School, which was located in Marshall. At top is "Miss VIP." At bottom is the "Queen of Clubs." The photos are from the school yearbook.
[PHS Cheerleaders]
The Pemberton High School cheerleading squad is shown in action in this yearbook photo. The location appears to be the school gym. PHS was located in Marshall. It ceased to be a four-year school in 1970 and closed permanently in 1988.
[PHS Concert Band]
The 1965 Pemberton High School Concert Band is shown in this yearbook photo. The names are illegible in the photo, but are given at bottom right. At bottom left, the text tells of the band's activities and function. Students are shown in uniform in stage formation. They include players, twirlers, and drum majors. The director is unknown.
[PHS Dramatic Club]
A page in the yearbook featured the Dramatic Club of Pemberton High School in Marshall.
[PHS Drill Team]
The Pemberton High School drill team is featured on this yearbook page. Identification of the members and name of their team does not show. There are twenty girls wearing uniforms with cowgirl hats and white boots.
[PHS Esquires]
The Esquires club at Pemberton High School in Marshall was a service organization that also had the purpose of developing cultural and social skills in the young men. Two groups of unidentified men are shown in the two photos. In the center are pictures of the officers and the sponsor, Mr. Anderson.
[PHS Football Team]
The 1964 football squad is shown in the top photo of this Pemberton High School yearbook page. Three coaches' pictures are shown below. They are not identified. A description of the season standings is at bottom center.
[PHS Freshmen Class Officers]
The Freshman class officers of Pemberton High School pose at a balcony. Text above the picture recounts the anticipation.
[PHS Hall of Fame Honorees]
Two Hall of Fame students are featured on this Pemberton High School yearbook page. The text at top explains that election to this honor was by faculty and students. Eligibility was not based on grades along but included service to the school and qualities of character. This academic year, William Moody and Marilyn Williams were selected. Text below their names lists their involvement in school activities.
[PHS Hallway]
The long front hallway at Pemberton High School is shown in a yearbook. Pemberton was a traditionally African-American school before integration. Three students are shown at center by the short hall leading to the front door of the school. Also at front left are the doors to the main offices. At right is the auditorium. Stairs lead to a loft above. Pemberton became a ninth grade school in 1970. Grades 10-12 merged with Marshall High School. In 1988 the ninth grade moved to MHS and the Pemberton campus was sold to Wiley College.
[PHS Homecoming Court]
Four young ladies were nominated to the annual homecoming court in 1964. They were featured in the Pemberton High Scool yearbook 1964-65. Four students are shown dressed in daytime formal wear.
[PHS Honored Alumni]
These alumni were honored at homecoming for loyalty to their alma mater, Pemberton High School in Marshall. They are unidentified. The woman carries a spray of flowers and wears a banner saying, "Miss Alumnus." A small picture at lower left appears to be a banquet scene.
[PHS Junior Class Officers]
The Junior Class Officers are featured on this page from the Pemberton High School yearbook. PHS was the African-American High School in Marshall in its day. It closed in 1988.
[PHS Miss Annual, Loretta Epps]
A yearbook page shows the young lady honored as Miss Annual by Pemberton High School in Marshall.
[PHS Miss Band, Lily Walker]
Miss Band of Pemberton High School in Marshall was featured in this yearbook photo, Lily Walker.
[PHS Miss Jet Set, Shirley Haynes]
The Jet Set club at Pemberton High School in Marshall was formed to promote certain ideals of womanhood and academia in female students. The student chosen to represent Jet Set is Shirley Haynes in this yearbook photo. One of her duties would be to represent the club at the "Queen's Club Ball."
[PHS Miss Pemberton 1964-65, Barbara Richardson]
Miss Pemberton 1964-65 of Pemberton High School in Marshall was presented at a football game. A band twirler and a pom squad member can be seen at left. A decorative pole is seen behind the couple. That year, Barbara Richardson was escorted by Jesse Shaw.
[PHS Miss Pemberton and Her Court]
This photo, probably from a 1954-55 Pemberton High School yearbook, features the "Miss Pemberton" court that year. The seven ladies wear formal gowns. They are l-r, Bernice Johnson, Oletha Epps, Ida Bell Robinson, Bettie Everitt, Centennial Tyson, Myrtle Johnson, and Lurine Carr. They are escorted by five young men: l-r, Travis Armstead, Charles Hearne, Freeman Hodge, Henry Johnson, and Jerry James. The scene is outdoors in front of a brick building.
[PHS Miss Student Council, Freddie Sherrod]
Freddie Sherrod represented the Student Council at the "Queen's Club Ball." She is shown in a Pemberton High School yearbook feature.
[PHS Most Beautiful Girl and Most Handsome Boy in Junior Class, Verdell Hall and Charles Fisher]
The most beautiful girl and most handsome boy are featured on this page of the Pemberton High School yearbook. The girl wears a formal dress. The young man wears a suit as they dance together. The location and event are unknown.
[PHS Most Beautiful Girl, Pazetter Berryman, and Most Handsome Boy, Charles Shaw]
The "Most Beautiful Girl and Most Handsome Boy in Senior Class" were featured in the Pemberton High School yearbook in Marshall.
[PHS Most Congenial and Most Versatile Sophomores]
The 1964-65 Pemberton High School yearbook featured these "Most Congenial" and "Most Versatile" sophomores.
[PHS Most Friendly and Best All Round Freshmen]
The Freshman favorites at Pemberton High School in Marshall were pictured in the 1964-65 yearbook. Pictured are the "Most Friendly" couple and the "Best All-Round" couple.
[PHS Most Intellectual Sophomores]
The PHS yearbook page featured the Most Intellectual Sophomores at Pemberton High School In Marshall.
[PHS Most Popular Freshman Boy and Girl]
The "Most Popular Freshman Boy and Girl" are featured in this Pemberton High School yearbook in Marshall.
[PHS Most Popular Junior Boy and Girl, William Daniles and Bettye Helton]
The "Most Popular Junior Boy and Girl" are featured in this 1954-55 Pemberton High School yearbook in Marshall.
[PHS Most Popular Sophomore Boy and Girl, Ray Morris and Ola Mae Richardson]
The "Most Popular Sophomore Boy and Girl" were featured in a Pemberton High School yearbook in Marshall.
[PHS Most Studious Freshman Boy and Girl, Thomas Cole and Doris Booker]
The "Most Studious Freshman Boy and Girl" were featured in a Pemberton High School yearbook in Marshall.
[PHS Most Studious Freshmen, Alpha Fowler and Don James]
The two Most Studious Freshmen were featured in the Pemberton High School yearbook. PHS was the African-American High School before it merged with Marshall High School in 1970.
[PHS Most Studious Junior Girl and Boy]
The "Most Studious Junior Girl and Boy" are featured in this photo from a Pemberton High School yearbook.
[PHS Most Studious Senior Girl and Boy, Barbara Lattimore and Rufus James]
The "Most Studious Girl and Boy" are featured on this page from the Pemberton High School yearbook in Marshall.
[PHS Most Studious Sophomore Boy and Girl]
The "Most Studious Sophomore Boy and Girl" are featured in the 1954-55 Pemberton High School yearbook. PHS was a school in Marshall.
[PHS NHA Beau, Lenrall Davis and Miss NFA, Lynda Haggerty]
Some school favorites are pictured on this page from a Pemberton High School yearbook. At top is the NHA Beau, and at bottom is Miss NFA.
[PHS Outstanding Students]
Two outstanding students at Pemberton High School are featured on this yearbook page. Snowden Bennett is in the top photo and Dora Wesley is in the bottom photo. Their school activities are summarized in the accompanying text.
[PHS Parent-Teacher Association]
The Pemberton High School Parent-Teacher Association is shown in this yearbook photo. The officers are named below the picture. The group is seated in the gym bleachers.
[PHS Queen and Her Court]
Miss Pemberton and her court were featured on this yearbook page. The top picture shows Linda Sue Williams, Queen, and her escorts. She was the first eighth-grader ever chosen for the honor. The bottom picture shows the queen, her attendants, and the escorts at the football game where they were presented.
[PHS "Queen of Clubs Ball"]
The court for the "Queen of Clubs Ball" at was made of young ladies who represented each club on campus. The queen of the ball was chosen by contest. In the upper left photo, the queen with her tiara is surrounded by some of the court. The upper right photo shows young men who were escorts with three of the ladies. The bottom left and right pictures show more of the court. The two bottom photos at center were the winners and runners-up of the dance contest. The photos came from the Pemberton High School yearbook.
[PHS School Song]
The Pemberton High School school song is featured on this page from the yearbook. The two verses are shown with easy piano accompaniment.
[PHS Senior Class Officers]
A page in the yearbook featured the senior class officers at Pemberton High School in Marshall. The text lists some highlights of being seniors.
[PHS Sophomore Class Officers]
The sophomore class officers at Pemberton High School in Marshall were featured on a yearbook page.
[PHS Student Council]
The Student Council is featured on this page from the Pemberton High School yearbook. At top are the officers. At bottom is the whole Council. PHS closed in 1988.
[PHS Theater Events]
Two staged events at Pemberton High School were featured on this yearbook page. At top is the cast of the junior play, "The Flower of the Ranch." The director, Mrs. W. G. Stephens, is pictured in the inset. At bottom is the group of participants in a fashion revue titled "Under the Shadow of the Big Top." The revue was presented by the junior and senior clothing department.
[PHS Track Team]
The track team at Pemberton High School is featured on this yearbook page. The 10-member team is the photo at top. The Captain is in the photo at bottom The text gives the summary of the season. Coach Reed led the team.
[PHS Valedictorian and Salutatorian]
This yearbook page featured the class valedictorian and salutatorian at Pemberton High School in Marshall. They are unidentified.
[Picnic at the Library]
The end of the summer reading program in 1979 included a picnic for the children on the grounds of Marshall Public Library. A staff person (unidentified) serves punch to the children. The menu also included sandwiches and cookies for hungry eaters in grades one through six.
[Pine Bluff Baptist Church in Harrison County]
Pine Bluff Baptist Church is located on Pine Bluff Rd. (CR 2115) northeast of Marshall in Harrison County. The congregation is a traditionally African-American one. The history is unknown.
[Pioneer Artifacts Display at the Library]
Millie Crawford shows off a pioneers artifacts display at Marshall Public Library.