McEvoy Willingham High School - Ramscott Yearbook (Macon, GA)

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9 RAMSCOTT A. R. Willingham High School Margaret Mckvoy High School Macon, Georgia Volume VI THE ROAD NOT TAKEN Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth. Then took the other, as just as fair, As having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy and wanted wear; Though as for that the passing there Had worn them really about the same, And both that morning equally lay In leaves no step had trodden black. Oh, I kept the first for another day! Yet knowing how way leads on to way, I doubted if I should ever come back. I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. Robert Frost Foreword These two paths are indicative of the decisions that each of us makes in life. Every day we stand at the forks of numerous roads, some merely pathways and others giant expressways. One of the most signi- ficant crossroads we face is the one that determines our future. Choosing the right route toward an ultimate goal is essential for our happiness. The road we select may not always be the one with the smoothest sur- face; it may be made up of many rough spots, but the rewards will overshadow them all, if we have chosen wisely. The most beneficial resolutions are the ones which de- velop from much thought, careful deliberation, and the advice of more experienced persons. These choices should lie» made during the high school years or at least have their inception at this time. The course we elect today will mean success or failure, joy or grief in our lives of tomorrow. Foreword — 2 Dedication — 4 Administration and Faculty — 10 LP Classes — 28 an Organizations — 148 Table of Contents Superlatives — 196 A Sports — 206 Activities — 252 McEvoy H igh School Six years ago our school was built to advance Bibb County education. Named for an outstanding teacher who spent her life in service to others, McEvoy has grown in these short years., The addition of new classrooms and new teaching facilities, as well as our growth in numbers are examples of the McEvoy tradition, “Forward ever, backward never.” Willingham Senior High School Willingham Senior High School, which opened its doors to students in 1958, and Willingham Junior High, founded in 1960, have a combined enrollment of 1325. This student body and those before it have done much to achieve for our school a position of prestige in our community and state. With Sincere Appreciation ate To MRS. MARGIE FROST . our beloved and patient school secretary, the McEvoy staff dedicates our part of the 64 Ramscott. No one else has the type of problems that face Mrs. Frost each day .. . such as playing nurse to at least half a dozen sick girls with as many ailments, admit- ting ten o’clock scholars to school, letting others leave McEvoy for various reasons, and generally being Mr. Brake’s “girl Friday.” While Mr. Brake was in Chicago for the principals’ convention this year, “Frostie” had to assume his duties—and did so without hesitation. Her job also in- cludes mailing transcripts to colleges for seniors who plan to continue their education. These are just a few of the thousand and one tasks she faces as she handles the prob- lems of the faculty and those of the Lassies. The kindness, friendliness, and efficiency of Mrs. Frost will long be re- membered by McEvoy grad- uates as a pleasant part of their high school years. To you, BILLY HENDERSON, our: loyal head coach, we of Willingham dedicate our portion of the °64 Ramscott. Under your skillful guidance, our athletic department has grown to be one of the finest in the state. In these six years you have instilled in every Ram a feeling of pride and devotion to his school that cannot be matched anywhere. As long as Willingham exists, the name Henderson will be held in the highest regard by students and faculty alike. Jubilant coach after Lanier de- Coach addresses students. What! Taking his own advice? feat. Dedication The death of Mr. Howard S. Peek on December 2, 1963, came as a tragic shock to the faculty and student body of Willingham. Mr. Peek, a man who was interested in his students and devoted to his work, will be a part of some of the fondest memo- ries of many of the alumni and graduating seniors. His sternness . . . his jokes . . . memories of a certain day . . . a certain class . . . a certain man . will be imprinted on the minds and hearts of those who knew him. Administration and F. aculty Our teachers have chosen to guide us through our most difficult and decisive years. Through their skillful leadership and encouragement, we are able to plan more competently for the future. Their help and guidance leaves a deep and lasting impression on our lives. Capable Administrators Lead to Smooth Operation of Schools Mr. Julius Gholson, Superintendent of Bibb County schools, Lloyd Newberry, Assistant Superintendent, and their Administrative Assistants are responsible for the smooth operation of our schools. Mr. Gholson, former McEvoy principal, and Mr. Newberry, former principal of Willingham, are well-qualified to deal with administra- tive problems, as are Mr. Jones and Mr. Parker. JULIUS GHOLSON Superintendent LLOYD NEWBERRY Assistant Superintendent MARVIN J. JONES a ai GUS M. PARKER Administrative Assistant Administrative Assistant Ralph Eubanks, Charles C. Hertwig, Herbert -F. Birdsey, Lloyd Newberry, George P. Rankin, Wallace Miller, Jr., Secretary, H. G. Weaver, President, Mallory C. Atkinson, Vice-President, Frank M. Willingham, Julius Gholson, Hon. Hal Bell, Hon. Oscar Long, Hon. Walter C. Stevens. Macon Leaders Comprise Board of Education Our board members meet regularly to form school policies, to provide us with the necessary equipment and to help improve our schools. The members are from various professions: they are doctors, lawyers, manufacturers, bankers, and businessmen. They take time from their busy schedules to plan the Bibb school program. These men form the vital link between the community and the schools. Secretaries of the Board are: Miss Jessie Sherrer; Miss Tish McCaw; Mrs. Gwen Lasseter; Mrs. Jean Walker; Miss Mary Kelley; Mrs. Kay Britton. Principals Form School Policy Our principals deal with stu- dent problems, supervise school activities, and maintain disci- pline. Their jobs also include being part detective, policeman, diplomat, and guidance coun- selor. 1 hey decide on the poli- cies of our schools and super- vise official school activities. WILLIAM BRAKE McEvoy Young Harris; University of Georgia, B.S.: Mercer University, M.Ed. FRED JOHNSON Willingham Senior Berry College, B.S.; Mercer Univer- sity, M.Ed. CHARLES DEATON Willingham Junior Mercer University, A.B., Have you heard the one about the... ? Our principals thought it was pretty funny. MILDRED CASTLEN McEvoy Dietitian: Wesleyan College LEWIS H. DOWNER Willingham Guidar and Driver Educat High) ; » Bth Grade Fo Assistant va Varsit Bask At rn Un rsit M.Ed MARGIE H. FROST McEv Secretary; G.A.B. College MARY B. LAMBACK Willingham ecretary (Sr. High); G.A.B. Col- Guidance Counselors. Secretaries, Lunchroom Su pervisors Our guidance counselors, be- sides helping students plan for the future, administer achievement tests and give students information about colleges. The Willingham and McEvoy secretaries take care of money, make school reports and handle the endless problems that arise each day. Lunchroom managers are re- sponsible for providing us with well-balanced lunches daily. It’s quite a job to cook for 2500 stu- dents every day! The Willingham Senior secretary, Mrs. Lam- back, and the guidance counselor, Mr. Pirkle, get together with Mr. Downer and Mrs. Weaver of the Junior High to compare notes. PIRKLE JANICE SAPP LULA TOLLERSON JANIE WEAVER McEvoy McEvoy Willingham dance Counselor; Stu Guidance Counselor; Ninth Secretary (Jr. High) ; University Advis Junior As Teachers College s Mercer MARY OLSEN OTHO FE Willingham Willingham Dietitian; Antioch ge Counselor (Sr High) ; Mercer University, A.B., il M.Ed.; Professional Coun . B.S., M.Ed.; sembly Progra selor Certificate from Uni University of Chicago, Ad University Study; Armstrong sity of As in Arts Profess tificate versity of Georgia vance BIRDSEY CHARLES F. BYRD JR. Willingham Rampage; Junior Mercer University, ADDIE RIE BAIRD FRANCES HART DOLORES COLE ANGUS B. McEvoy BALDWIN BENTON McEvoy English; Phychology; Lat- Willingham McEvoy English; Senior Dramatics in; Beta Club; Wesleyan English; Beta Club (Jr. English; Junior Y-Teens; Club; Davidson College; English; College, A.B.; Mercer Uni- High); G.S.C.W., B.S.; University of Georgia, Mercer University, A.B. Class ; versity, M.Ed. Wesleyan College (Music) A.B. A.B. English Is the Corne Our lives are enriched by 4 study of grammar, literature, speech, dramatics, and journalism, We use what we have learned as members of the staffs of various publications. The way we use the English lan- guage has an effect on those we meet. This is the reason that we strive to increase our vocabulary McEvoy’s newest male teachers, Mr. Gill and Mr. Birdsey, display their teaching abilities. “So it’s finally happened, huh?” Cheer up, Mr. Byrd. KAREN CONNOR CYNTHIA DAVIS AGNES DONALDSON TIMOTHY E. GILL GLADYS HALL McEvoy McEvoy Willingham McEvoy McEvoy English; Senior Dramatics English; Bookstore; Audio- English; Red Cross (Jr. English; Civics; Tri-Hi-Y; English; Advisor, 8th Club; Thespians; Wesleyan Visual; Berry College, A.B. High) ; Mercer University, Mercer University, A.B. Grade; G.S.C.W., B.S. Colle ge, A.B. A.B. PENNY R. ANDERSON McEvoy English; Junior Class; School Y-Teens; University, A.B. HELEN J. HANSON Willingham English; Sophomore Class; Wesleyan A.B In- Mercer (Jr versity, College, sjtone of Education and to improve our spelling. As we become more proficient in the mas- tery of the English language, we come to appreciate what this skill can do for us, for indeed we can do nothing without a knowledge of our language, and our lives have less meaning without the heritage of our literature. BETTY LOU O'KEEFE Willingham English; Ramscott; Wes- leyan B.F.A.; Mercer M.Ed. CAROLYN ROBERTSON Willingham English; Mercer College, sity, A.B. University, English; Univer- A.B. LENOIR G. LaMOUNTT Willingham Student High) ; Council Mercer Uni JULIA W. LANIER McEvoy English; Scroll; Georgia; sity, Journalism ; nie Blue Print; Quill and University of Mercer A.B. KATHARINE J. NIKULA Willingham Bon English; Mercer M.Ed. Univer- Art; University, Art Club; A.B., Mrs. Lanier is proud of the year’s first issue of Bonnie. BONNIE J. SMITH McEvoy English; World Junior Dramatics University of Mewer University, History; Club; Georgia; A.B. Always looking for new ways to help her stu- dents, Mrs. Watkins studies, too! GEORGIA C. WATKINS Willingham English; Mercer University, A.B., M.Ed. LORENA WILLIAMS McEvoy English; Math; Georgia Southern B.S. F.T.A.3 College, Math Teaches Us Through studies of algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and modern algebra, we learn to reason and to organize our thoughts. It is not only useful to college- bound students, but it is also necessary in everyday problems. Algebra helps chem- istry students with formula writing and trigonometry is a must for physics. Know- FRANCES P. AYERS BILLY J. BEALE WINIFRED COLQUITT ing how to use a slide rule simplifies the Willingham Willingham McEvoy ° “i : Algebra; Mercer Univer. University of Georgia, B.S. | Algebra I, II; Geometry; long, complicated chemistry or physics sity, A.B., M.Ed. in Education Tri-Hi-Y; Math Club; ee 7 Wesleyan College, A.B.; problems. Mercer University, M.Ed. Miss Colquitt listens to the questions of her students. Well, don’t just do something, Garvin; stand there! MARGARET W. FAIRCLOTH McEvoy Algebra; Geometry; Senior Class; In-School Y-Teens; Woman's Col- lege of Georgia, B.S. J. L. FAULKNER Willingham 8th Grade Math; Mercer University, A.B. MICHAEL J. GARVIN Willingham Math; Math Club; Mercer University, A.B. MAUDE S. GOLDSBY Willingham Math; World Geography; Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, B.S. to Think McEvoy’s graduates, well-prepared for college, become equally well-prepared for teaching, and Mrs. Margaret Faircloth has the distinction of being the first McEvoy graduate to teach there. Some of our math teachers are qualified in other fields as well: for example, Mr. Kemp Mabry of Willingham completed the studies neces- sary for obtaining a Master’s Degree in JOHN C. LANE KEMP MABRY JANE A. - . ‘ : Willingham ead ; OKS Counseling from Georgia Southern last mach; HEV; Mewer Uni Cousechee” Gonmetiy: Ab ——— summer. versity, A.B. gebra II; Student Council Algebra; Sophomore Class; (Sr. High); Radio Club; Duke University, Wesleyan Georgia Tech, Bachelor of College, A.B. Electrical Engineering; Mercer University, A.B.; Georgia. Southern College, M.Ed. in Guidance Mrs. Powell, you really ought to give those poor girls more than five minutes to prove the Pythagorean theorem. “Differential X, differential Y . . .” Cheerleaders teach cheers, Mr. HOWARD S. PEEK Willingham Math; University of Georgia, B.S.; Mercer University, A.B., M.A. CHRISTINE POWELL McEvoy Algebra; Geometry ; Sophomore Class; Tift College, A.B. BETTY S. WINGFIELD McEvoy Math; 8th Grade; F.T.A.; Wesleyan College, A.B. CHARLES W. COOK Willingham Science; Math; North Georgia Col- lege, B.S. DIXIE H, CUTTER Willingham General Science; Mercer University, A.B., M.Ed. VIRGINIA P. DORROH McEvoy Biology; Sophomore Class; B.E.A. Representative; G.S.C.W., B.S. ROBERT F. FLOYD Willingham Biology; Key Club; Mercer Univer- sity, A.B. Modern Developments Daily developments in the field of science make us aware of the significance of this subject. Experi- mentation enables us to prove facts for ourselves rather than merely to accept theories as truths. Our sci- ence teachers attempt to create within us an interest in scientific fields and also to help us under- s. Gresham shows her biology Mr. Cook and his class seem to be getting down to serious business. LOUISE C. GODOWNS Willingham General Science; Civics; Wom- an’s College of Georgia, B.S. HARRIET S. GRAVES McEvoy Science; Science Club; Val- dosta State College, A.B.; Mercer University, M.Ed. FRANCES W. GRESHAM McEvoy Biology ; Chemistry; Red Cross; University of North Carolina, A.B. E. J. HANCOCK Willingham Science; Audio-Visual (Jr. High) ; University of Georgia, B.S.; Mercer University, M.Ed. JAMES P. HINSON, JR. Willingham General Science; Ram Jets; Mercer University, B.A. LUCILLE LONDON Willingham Economic Geography; Biology; Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, Ark., B.S. LOARENE D. LONG McEvoy Chemistry; Science Club; Howard College, B.S. in Chemistry Necessitate Study of Science stand the world in which we live. Willingham’s Science Depart- ment not only teaches students but also instructs teachers. For Bibb County science teachers afternoon classes are conducted which enable them to keep abreast of modern developments in the sciences. Mrs. Long attempts to explain atomic structure to her class. To be so small, atoms certainly cause chemistry students a lot of worry. ... And so, Little Red Riding Hood bopped on down the road to Grandma’s house. Isn’t that exciting, boys? EARL S. PARKER Willingham Biology; Physical Science; Georgia Southern, B.S., M.Ed. VIRGINIA M. POWERS McEvoy Science; Science Club; Uni- versity of Georgia, B.S. in Education LEONARD I. " PRIDGEON Willingham Chemistry; Physics; Science Club; Senior Class; University of Georgia, B.S., M.Ed. NELLE P. WALKER McEvoy Science; Garden Club; Uni- versity of Georgia, A.B. DOROTHY L. COX McEvoy Art; Art Club; University, A.B.; Extra Work, Wesleyan; W.C.C., Master's in Progress McEvoy Mercer cal Career tickets Little- think two little but Mr. seem to It’s hard to believe that could be that interesting, field and Freddie Horton they are. JUDY F. PHARIS McEvoy Homemaking I, II; F.H.A.; W.C.G., B.S. JIM LITTLEFIELD Willingham Director of Music; ern Kentucky, B.S. West- MARTHA R,. COLEMAN Homemaking; Allied Medi- Club; wood College, B.S. SARAH GIBBS McEvoy Homemaking I, II; Long- Berry College, BARBARA REVES McEvoy Band; University of Georgia, B.S. B.S. F.H.A.; HERSHEL SIMMONS Willingham Agriculture; versity of PATSY JONES McEvoy Homemaking; W.C.G., B.S. JOAN HUDSON McEvoy Chorus; Music versity of Georgia, Club; Uni B.F.A. Industrial Arts, Fine Arts and Home Economics Departments include courses in art, music, wood shop, drawing shop, and agricul- ture and home economics. J. L. WHEELER Willingham Industrial Arts; Industrial Arts Club; University of Georgia, B.S. Uni- B.S. F.F.A.; Georgia, JOYCE CLARY Willingham Spanish; English; Spanish Club; Woman's Col- lege of Georgia, A.B. JAMES A. HARVEY McEvoy French; German; Latin; Latin Club; Wesleyan College, A.B.; Attended Laval University, Quebec, Canada; Colby College, Maine, Mercer University ELIZABETH P. HINESLEY McEvoy Spanish; English; Spanish Club; Ramscott; Mercer University, A.B.; Emory University, M.A. in English Foreign Languages: The Key to Harmony Among Peoples Students of Willingham and Mc- Evoy have the opportunity to study Latin, French, Spanish, and German. Not only do language students gain at least a brief knowledge of the language they are studying, they also keep up with present happenings in the coun- tries where the language is spoken. Those who study languages improve their vocabularies, learn of the legends and customs of the peoples, and promote better understanding between American citizens and citizens of other countries. Just because we answered your German question in French, there’s no reason to get upset, Mr. Harvey. « . And who else wants to go on the field trip to Paris?” Another typical lecture in Mrs. Whidden’s French class goes. EUNICE W. ODUM SUSAN S. WHIDDEN HAL FISHER JACKIE ODOM Willingham Willingham Ww illingham , McEvoy English; Latin; Mercer French; American History; Distributive Education; Driver Education; Univer- University, A.B. French Club; Mercer Uni- Auburn University, B.S. sity of Georgia, B.S. versity, A.B. LINDA BEASLEY McEvoy Business Arithmetic; General Busi- ness; Typing; F.B.L.A.; Woman's College of Georgia, B.S. DAISY B. BEATTY Willingham Typing; Winthrop College, B.S. JEANETTE B. CHAMBERS McEvoy Stenography I, Il; Typing I, HU; Bonnie Blue Print Business Staff; Junior Class; Georgia Southern Col- lege, B.S. Commercial Department Strives E ia, for Accuracy, Efficiency Our Commercial Departments pre- pare students for futures in the busi- ness world. Such courses as typing and valuable to the shorthand are also college-bound student. Now that the paper is in—what do I do next? Even if you make an F in typing, Pat, you shouldn’t hit Miss Van Norte. BETH CLARK McEvoy General Business; Book- keeping; F.B.L.A.; Wom- an’s College of Georgia, B.S. in Business Educa- tion EVELYN W. MABRY McE 4 Bookkeeping; Office Prac- tice; Typing; McEvoy Thrift Bank; Georgia Southern, B.S. in Educa- tion; Draughon’s Business College; University of Chattanooga HARRIET K. VAN NORTE Willingham Bookkeeping; Typing; Ec. Comm. Law; -F.B.L.A.; Georgia Southern, B.S. DORIS WALKER McEvoy Shorthand; Typing; Jun- ior Class; W.C.G.; Emory University, A.B. BILLIE ANDERSON McEvoy Physical Education; After- School Y-Teens; Gymnastic Club; Alabama College, Montevallo, Ala., B.A. in Health, Physical Education and Recreation MACK EDWARDS Willingham Physical Education; Coach, Football, Track and Gymonas- tics; Furman University, A.B. = HELEN FAULKNER j Y McEvoy ’ Physical Education; Pep Club; { 4 a ; , G.A.A.; Junior Class; Cheer- i 4 leaders; Mercer University, . : - A.B. Me BILLY HENDERSON ' 1 ‘ Willingham Physical Education; Ram Club; Football; University of Georgia, B.S. ow - oy Skill, Sportsmanship, Teamwork Learned in Physical Education Willingham and McEvoy gym teachers strive to give us a well-rounded Physical Education program. The rules of basketball, softball, and other sports are taught so that students can learn teamwork. Willing- ham has the distinct honor of having one of the top three Physical Education Depart- ments in Georgia. Last spring Willingham students participated in the Marine Physical Fitness Test and compared favorably with Miss Faulkner and Miss Turner prepare to play William Tell. Who gets to do students across the nation. This program the shooting? is to be continued in future years. Coach Henderson discusses the new schedule for next year with the coach from across town. DAVID J. HILL J. V. HUTTO TOMMY MIXON JOHNNY 0. JOLENE TURNER Willingham McEvoy Willingham STALINGS McEvoy Physical Education; Fur- Physical Educati on; Physical Education; Mer- Willingham Physical Education; After- man University, A.B. G.A.A.; Gymnastic Club; cer University, A.B. Physical Education; Ass't School Y-Teens; Gymnas- Junior Class; W.C.G., B.S. Varsity Football Coach; tic Club; Alabama Col- Varsity Track Coach; Uni- lege, Montevallo, Ala., versity of South Carolina, B.S. A.B. MARTIN P. ALLMAN Willingham Government; Ec. Comm. Law; ketball Coach; Ninth Grade VIRGINIA L, BERLIN McEvoy World History; Class; Mercer University, A.B. MARY JIM BURT McEvoy Government; Math; Ramscott Business Staff; Mercer University, A.B., M.Ed. JESSE M. DUCKWORTH Willingham Physical Education; A.B. Driver Mercer Head Football; Davis and Elkins College, West Va., American History; Bas- A.B. Junior Education; Audio-Visual ; University, “Answer my question right or get out!” says Coach Allman. JOSEPH A. ETHRIDGE Willingham World History; State College, A.B. Georgia SHERRY S. HUBBARD McEvoy World History; Sophomore Class; an College, A.B. Civics; Wesley- JANE M. MASSEY Willingham Civics; History; Dramatics Club; University, A.B. Senior Mercer Studying Social Reading Better Through social studies we learn about the past world and how it has affected the world of today. Courses such as Civics and Government teach us to be better citizens and better leaders in our school and community. JACQUELYN RICHARDSON McEvoy American History ; ment; Student Wesleyan College, Duke University, Our librarians attempt to provide Govern- Souncil; A.B.; M.A.T, MILDRED C. SCANDLYN McEvoy Civics; Economic raphy; Tift W.C.G., A.B. Sciences and Makes Us Citizens students with necessary resource Geog- College, MARY P. SMITH Willingham American History; Club (Sr. High) ; University, A.B., Beta Mercer M.Ed. material to parallel their classwork. Mrs. Rabern, McEvoy librarian, also serves as president of the Sixth District Library Department of the Georgia Education Associa- tion. MARY WEAVER An Ju Ge McEvoy nerican nior Class; B.B.A. orgia, History; University of MADGE T. WEBB Willingham World History; College, Ohio A.B.; Mercer M.Ed. Math; Sullins Wesleyan, University, HAROLD L. WATSON, JR. Willingham American bra; Red High) ; A.B, History; Cross Alge- (Sr. Mercer University, Mr. Whelan sings “Yankee Doodle” to his class. JAMES S. WHELAN Willingham American History; ernment; Mercer sity, A.B. Gov- Univer- JEANETTE BRAKE McEvoy Assistant Librarian; Li- brary Club; Young Harris College MARTHA 0, HUTCHERSON Willingham Librarian; Library Club; Wesleyan College, A.B.; Emory University, B.A. in Library Science VERNA C. RABERN McEvoy Librarian ; Wesleyan Graduate University Club; A.B.; Emory Library College, Work at DOROTHY WILLIS Willingham Assistant Librarian; dio- Visual Club High); McKenzie of Business Au- (Sr. School Classes Making decisions in the classroom teaches us to think objectively and therefore enables us to choose the best paths for our future lives. Being honest in class and taking advantage of the opportunity to broaden our knowledge builds stronger character and self-discipline. Seniors Officers PRESIDENT; EVELYN PRESIDENT; JOE Me- SANDRA | | : ONEY HUDSON, STRICKLAND, DANIEL, VICE-PRESIDENT; MEEKS, VICE-PRESIDENT. DWIGHT TYLER, SECRETARY; LAVANE BLAIR, SECRETARY; CARLIE McNEIL, TREASURER; JANE JORDAN, TREAS- URER. [ere 6 DIRECTORS: JANE WINDHAM, DARLENE DURDEN, GAIL HARTLEY, SANDRA GRIFFIN. ARCHIE BERNARD ADAMS, JR. Archie Student Council 9; Red Cross 10; Supervision Basketball 8-10; Future Business Leaders of America 12. CANDACE DIXON ADAMS Candy Future Homemakers of America 8-10; Y-Teens 8, 9; Super- vision Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball 8-10; Music Club 9, 10; Art Club 11; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12. HARRY CLEON AMERSON Harry Supervision Basketball 9-12; Physical Education Football 9: Dramatics Club 11; French Club I; Ramscott Business Manager 12;. Future Business Leaders of America 10-12, Vice-President 12; Physical Education Company Command- er 12. DAVID JAMES ANDERSON David Cadet Band 8, 9; Concert Band 10-12; Distributive Educa- tion Club 11, 12. CONNIE FRANCINE ADKINS Constance Future Homemakers of America 8, 9; Supervision Basket- ball 9, 10, Volleyball 9-11, Baseball 10, 11; Pep Club 11. CAROLYN ELAINE ALLEN Carolyn Dramatics Club 9; Art Club 10-12; Future Business Lead- ers of America 12; Supervision Softball 10; Class Softball Team 10, 11; Pep Club 9. LARRY ARMSTRONG Larry Distributive Education Club 12. SHARON ELIZABETH ARNOLD Little Girl Future Homemakers of America 8, 9; Chorus 8-10; Gym Day 10, 11; Championship Softball Team 10; Tri-Hi-Y 12; Supervision Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 8-12; Music Club 9. SHIRLEY ANN ARRINGTON Bunnie Band Club 9-12, President 11; Band 9-12; Art Club 8, 10; Future Homemakers of America 9; Quill and Scroll 12; Bonnie Blue Print Art Editor 12; Supervision Softball Champions 10. CAROLYN JOYCE AVERA Joy Beta Club 11, 12; Ramscott Advertising Layout Editor 12; Spanish Club 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Y-Teens 12, CHARLES HOLTON AVERA Charlie Red Cross 8, 9, 11; Spanish Club 11; B-Team Football 9, 10; Science Club 9; Supervision Basketball 8-12. RAYMOND LEE BAGGARLY Raymond 4 Red Cross Representative 10; French Club 11, 12, Presi- d dent 11; Student Council 11; Safe-Teens 11, 12; Varsity Golf 11, 12; Supervision Basketball 11, 12, Captain 11. DOROTHY JUDITH BARLOW Judy Supervision Softball Captain 11; Chorus 12; All-Star Bas- ketball 11; Future Business Leaders of America 12. CAROL BATEMAN Carol Transferred 11; Music Club 11, 12; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Chorus 11, 12. DONA LEIGH BATEMAN Dona Quill and Scroll 12; Music Club 9, 10; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12; Bonnie Blue Print Editorial Staff 12; Future Homemakers of America 9, 10. PATRICIA ANN BATEMAN Patricia Red Cross 8; Future Homemakers of America 8, 9, Parlia- mentarian 9; Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12, President 12; Student Council 12; Beta Club 11, 12; Ramscott Typist 12. HARRIET ANNE BAUGHCUM Harriet JEAN ELAINE BAXTER Jean Future Homemakers of America 8, 9; Tri-Hi-Y 12; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Junior Class Representative 11; Music Club 10; Supervision Basketball, Softball, Volleyball 8-12. ROBERT GRADY BEASLEY Grady Supervision Basketball, Softball 8-10; Safe-Teens 11, 12. ROBERT CLARK BELGER Clarke Supervision Basketball, Softball 8-10; Distributive Educa- tion Club 12; Spanish Club 12. MARTHA JEAN BENNER Benner Basketball Captain 10; Tri-Hi-Y 12; Sports Activities 9-12. GAYLE FRANCES BENNETT Beeni Future Homemakers of America 9; Chorus 9, 10; Music Club 9-11, Vice-President 11; Senior Dramatics Club 10, 11, Sergeant-at-Arms 11; Sophomore Class Director; Span- ish Club 11, 12, Program Chairman 11, 12; Beta Club 11, 12; Bonnie Blue Print Staff 12; Ramscott Feature Editor 12; Quill and Scroll 12. JAMES FRANKLIN BENNETT Jimmy Supervision Basketball 9-11; Varsity Track 10. ROBERT PROCTER BENSON Robert Spanish Club 10, 11; Track 10; B-Team Basketball Man- ager 10; Key Club 11, 12, Treasurer 12; Physical Educa- tion Captain 12; Safe-Teens 11, 12; Office Assistant 11, 12; Rampage Art Editor 12; Ramscott Sports Editor 12; Varsity Gymnastics Captain 11, 12. MARSHA EARLE BOLTON Marsha Chorus 9-12; Music Club 9-12, President 12; Student Coun- cil 12; Melodettes 11, 12; Beta Club 12. JOHN ELLIS BORDERS Johnny Distributive Education Club 12. GARRIE LYNN BREWER Garrie Girls’ Athletic Association 9, 11, 12, President 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Assistant Sports Editor Ramscott 12; Student Council 12; Supervision Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 8- 12; Championship Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 11; Cap- tain Volleyball 9, 11, Basketball 9, Softball 9. THOMAS ELMER BRIDGER Thomas Industrial Arts Club 9, 10; Distributive Education Club 1, 12: MARIAN LAVANE BLAIR LaVane Secretary of Senior Class; Class Director 9, 11; Beta Club 11, 12; Tri-Hi-Y 10-12, World Service Chairman 11; Quill and Scroll 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Bonnie Blue Print “Bagpipe Notes” Columnist 12; Office Monitor 12; Future Homemakers of America 8; Junior-Senior Decora- tion Committee 11; Science Club 9. OLIVER WATSON BLISS Oliver Football 8, 9, 12; Track 8; Baseball 8-12; Basketball 8-12; French Club 10; Rampage Staff 12. WALTER LUCIOUS BOWEN Lucious ELIZABETH SUE BOYLES Sue Ramscott Editor-in-Chief 12; Beta Club 11, 12, Sergeant-at- Arms 12; Junior Talent Show Ticket Chairman 11; Future Homemakers of America 9-12, Secretary 9, 10, Vice-Presi- dent 11, Program Chairman 12, State Convention 9-11, Na- tional Convention 11, Inter-City Council President 11, Sweet- heart Ball Queen 11; Student Council 8, 12; Class Presi- dent 8, Director 10; 4-H Club 8-11; Spanish Club 11, 12; Tri-Hi-Y 10, 11; Quill and Scroll 12. CHARLES DOUGLAS BROWN Doug Supervision Basketball, Softball 8-11; Science Club 9; Student Council 12. ETTA LEE BROWN Etta Lee Future Homemakers of America 8-10; Supervision Volley- ball, Basketball, Softball 8-12; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Pep Club 12. CAROL ANN BRYAN Carol Ann Science Club 9, 10, Secretary 9, Vice-President 10; Tri-Hi-Y 11, 12, Community Project Chairman 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Radio Announcer for Willingham-McEvoy Notebook 12; Bonnie Blue Print Advertising Staff 12, Circulation Staff 12. DENTON ELMER BRYANT Dentyne Supervision Softball 8-12, Basketball 10-12; French Club 11, 12; 4-H Club 10-12; Ramscott Business Staff 12. GLORIA JEAN BROWN Gloria Future Homemakers of America 8-10; Music Club 10-12, Secretary 12; Supervision Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 8-12; Chorus 9-12; Gym Day Softball Team 11; Pep Club 11. SANDRA GALE BROWN sale Future Homemakers of America 8; Supervision Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball 8-10, 12; Future Business Leaders of America 12. GLENDA CAROL BRYANT Rudy Quill and Scroll 12; Bonnie Blue Print Photographer 12; Music Club 8-10. MOURIE TRUIETT BUFFINGTON Truiett Future Business Leaders of America 11. CAROLYN MARIE BUTLER Carolyn Future Homemakers of America 9; Y-Teens 12; Super- vision Volleyball, Basketball 9-12; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Beta Club 12. RANDALL SCOTT BUTLER Pudge Red Cross 8, 9, 11; Gymnastics Club 11; Life Science Club 11; Distributive Education Club 12. BRENDA LOUISE CALDWELL Bangles Perfect Attendance 8, 9, 11; Art Club 12; Supervision Softball 9. PAULETTE CALLAWAY Paulette Future Homemakers of America 8, 9; Y-Teens 9, 10; Junior Dramatics Club 9; Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12; Supervision Baseball, Softball, Volleyball 8-12. LARRY ALTON BURDGE Larry Supervision Basketball 8-12, Softball 8-10; Distributive Education Club 11, 12. WILLIAM LEON BURNETT Bill Supervision Basketball 9, 10; Football 10, 11; Safe-Teens 1, 22. CAROLYN VIRGINIA BYRD Carolyn Future Homemakers of America 8-10; Supervision Volley- ball 10-12; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Y-Teens 10, 11; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Bonnie Blue Print Staff 12. FRANKLIN ARMOUR BYRD Frank Spanish Club 10; Supervision Softball 8. JANIE SUE CAMERON Sue Supervision Volleyball 8-11, Basketball 9-11, Softball 10, ll; Future Business Leaders of America 11. JOHN WILLIAM CAMPBELL Billy Supervision Basketball 9-11: Company Football 9-11; Spanish Club 11; Future Business Leaders of America 12. m fA MARIAN ELAINE CARR Elaine Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12. MILDRED DIANE CARTER Diane Future Homemakers of America 9; Girls’ Athletic Associa- tion 9; Y-Teens 12; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Supervision Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 9-12; Beta Club 12. MARY JUANITA CANADY Juanita Art Club 10-12, Treasurer 12; Library Club 10, 12; Red Cross 10; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Pep Club 9; Library Assistant 10, 11. ELAINE CATHERINE CARR Elaine Beta Club 11, 12, President 12; Sophomore Class Secretary ; In-School Y-Teens 8-12, Program Chairman of Inter-Club Council 12; Senior Dramatics Club 10-12; Thespians 12. JOHN BENNETT CHAPMAN Bennett Future Business Leaders of America 10-12, President 12; Key Club 10-12, Director 10, Treasurer 11, Vice-President 12; Business Manager of Athletic Association 10-12; Band Manager 12; Supervision Basketball 9-11; Red Cross Vice- President 9; Safe-Teens 10, 11; Spanish Club 10, 11; Stu- dent Council 12. RONALD CHRISTIE Ronnie Transfer 1963-64. ANGELIA FAYE CLARK Angelia Senior Dramatics Club 10, 11; Pep Club 11; Supervision Volleyball 9-11; Future Homemakers of America 9; Super- vision Softball 12. LINDA RUTH COE Linda Transferred 10; Music Club 11, 12, Social Chairman 12; Allied Medical Careers Club 12; Chorus 11, 12. TERRY COLSON Terry Varsity Football 11, 12, Captain 12; Varsity Baseball 10-12; Varsity Basketball 11, 12; Varsity Track 11, 12; Four-Let- terman 11, 12; Student Council 11, 12; President of Audio- Visual Club 11, 12; Ram Club 11, 12, Vice-President 12; Rampage Staff 11; Spanish Club 10, 11. VIRGIL EDWARD COOPER, JR. Virgil Key Club 10, 11; Beta Club 11, 12; President of Junior Class; Ramscott Layout Editor 12; Safe-Teens 11, 12; Student Council 11; Office Monitor 12. LEON ELBERT CHUTE Elbert Concert Band 10-12; Marching Band 9-12; French Club 11; Cadet Band 8, 9; Ramscott Business Staff 12. PATRICIA ANN CLANEY Patty Supervision Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 9-12; Future Homemakers of America 9; Red Cross Representative 9; Gym Day 10-12; Pep Club 11; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Senior Dramatics Club 12. EDWARD E. COLEMAN Eddy Varsity Gymnastics Team. EVELYN GAIL COLEMAN Gail Transferred 11; Senior Dramatics Club 11; Y-Teens 11, 12; Thespians 12; Student Council 12; Junior Talent Show 11. ROBERT EDWARD CRIPE Robert KAYE FRANCES CROMER Kaye Future Business Leaders of America 12; Library Club 12; Supervision Softball 9-11; Library Assistant 12. ARTHUR DOUGLAS DAMRON Damron Ramscott Business Staff 12; Gymnastics Team 11, 12. THOMAS EDWARD DARITY Tommy “Southern Accents” Show 10-12; Supervision Softball 8-10; “Stairway to the States” Student Council Show 11; Junior Talent Show 10-12. DENNIS EDWARD CROWELL Dennis Supervision Basketball 8-10; Student Council 9; Distribu- tive Education Club 11, 12; Safe-Teens 11, 12; Band 8-12; “Southern Accents” Show. ANNETTE FAYE CRYER Annie Quill and Scroll 12; Cheerleader 9-12, Varsity 12, B-Team, Junior Varsity 9-11; Tri-Hi-Y 11, 12; Bonnie Blue Print Staff 12; Future Homemakers of America 9, 10; Ram Club 12; Girls’ Athletic Association 11; Pep Club 11, 12. HENRY LARRY DAVIS Larry Supervision Softball 8, 9, Basketball 10. JOHNNIE MAE DAVIS Johnnie Supervision Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 8-12; Class Softball Team 11, 12; Captain Supervision Basketball 9-12; Future Business Leaders of America 12. WILLIAM JOE DAVIS Billy BETTYE SUE DAWSON Bettye Sue Music Club 8-12. STANLEY RODGER DEBARY Stanley Supervision Basketball 8, 9; Supervision Softball 8; French Club 11, 12. LINDA GAYLE DEFORE Comma Supervision Basketball, Softball, Volleyball 8-12; Future Homemakers of America 9; Future Business Leaders of America 12. MARSHA CHRISTINE DAVIS Christopher Bonnie Blue Print Advertising Manager 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Pep Club 11, 12, President 11; Tri-Hi-Y 10-12, Secre- tary 11, Treasurer 12; Student Council 11, 12, Inter-City Student Council Representative 12; Girls’ Athletic Associa- tion 9, 11; McEvoy Thrift Bank 10, 11. PATRICIA ANN DAVIS Patricia Transferred from Savannah High School 1961-62; Future Homemakers of America; Future Business Leaders of America. WILLIAM DANIEL DAY Danny Spanish Club 11, 12; Supervision Basketball 10-12, Soft- ball 8, 9. DWAIN ELDRIDGE DEAL Dwain Band 10-12; Industrial Arts Club 10, 11; Science Club 12; Perfect Attendance 8, 9. WILLIAM HAROLD DELOACH William “A” Average 9th Grade; Supervision Basketball; Distributive Education Club 11. CHERYL KAYE DENT Chez Tenth Grade Classes Editor of Ramscott 12; Senior Dra- matics Club 11, 12; Future Teachers of America 10; Music Club 8-10; French Club 10; Chorus 8-10; Beta Club 12. GUERRY BARNETTE DOLITTLE Guerry Rampage Business Manager 12; Safe-Teens Control Unit 11; “Southern Accents” Show 9-12. CYNTHIA GAY DOMINY Cynthia Future Business Leaders of America 12; Pep Club 11; Supervision Basketball, Volleyball 11, 12, Softball 12; 4-H Club 9. SANDRA FAYE DODSON Sandra Future Homemakers of America 8, 9; Y-Teens 9, 10; 4-H Club 9, 10; Tri-Hi-Y 10; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Bonnie Blue Print “Lassies O’ Yore” Column- ist 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Junior Dramatics Club 9; Supervision Volleyball Champions 10; Supervision Basket- ball, Volleyball, Softball 8-11. JOYCE FAYE DOKES Joyce Library Club 12; Library Assistant 12; Supervision Soft- ball 11, 12; Transferred from Miller 11. SHIRLEY ANN DOUGLAS Shirley Library Assistant 12; Library Club 12; Supervision Soft- ball 11, Volleyball, Basketball] 12; Transfer 11. JAMES ADOLPHUS DRAWHORN, JR. Jimmy Supervision Basketball 8, 9; Physical Education Football 9: Ramscott Classes Editor 12; Future Business Leaders of America 12, Treasurer 12; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12, Secretary 12. JENNIFER DURDEN Jennifer Transferred 11; Gym Day 11; Student Council Representa- tive 12. LEWIS FRANCIS DURDEN Lewis Spanish Club 11; Senior Dramatics Club 10-12; Supervision Basketball 8, 9, Football 9. DIANNE MARY EDWARDS Dianne Bonnie Blue Print Advertising Staff 12; Future Homemak- ers of America 9; In-School Y-Teens 12; Library Club 12; Future Teachers of America 11; Pep Club 11; Junior Dra- matics Club 9. WALTER EDWARD ELLIOT Edward SARAH PATRICIA DUGGER Dugger Future Homemakers of America 8; Supervision Basketball, Volleyball, Softball 8, 9, 12; Chorus 9-11; Music Club 9-11; Tri-Hi-Y 11. JAN DURDEN Jan Transferred 12; Girls’ Athletic Association 12; Future Teach- ers of America 12; Spanish Club 12. RICHARD ADAMS DURDEN Richard VIRGINIA DARLENE DURDEN Darlene Class Director 9, 12; Ramscott Superlatives Editor 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Tri-Hi-Y 11, 12, De- votional Committee 11; Cheerleader 9, 10, Captain 9; Powder Puff Football Team 11; Junior-Senior Decoration Committee 11; Supervision Volleyball, Softball 9-12; Senior Dramatics Club 10; Beta Club 12. BRENDA SUE EPPS Brenda In-School Y-Teens 8, 9; Library Club 8-12; Future Home- makers of America 9, 10; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Bonnie Blue Print Circula- tion Manager 12. MARY JANE EPPS Mary Jane Beta Club 11, 12; Ramscott Copy Editor 12; Junior-Senior Decoration Committee 11; Election Chairman for Student Council 12. FLOYD EUGENE EVANS Floyd Student Council 8; Varsity Baseball 10, Football 11, 12; Safe-Teens 11; Supervision Basketball 11; Spanish Club 12. ANN MARIE FIVEASH Ann Marie Future Homemakers of America 8; Tri-Hi-Y 9; Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12; Library Assistant 9-12. DONNA JEAN EVANCIC Donna Band Club 9-12, Secretary 11; Student Council 9-12, Com- mittee Chairman 12; Varsity Cheerleader 11, 12,.Co-Cap- tain 12: Girls’ Athletic Association 11, 12, Treasurer 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Ram Club 11, 12; Director Junior Class 11; Senior Dramatics Club 11; Supervision Basketball, Softball, Volleyball 9-12; Homecoming Court 12. CONNIE ANN EVANS Connie Future Homemakers of America 8; Chorus 8-12; Perfect Attendance 8-11. CHARLES EDWIN FIVEASH Charlie Varsity Football 11, 12, Baseball 10-12; Supervision Basket- ball 9-12; Ram Club Treasurer 12; Freshman Class Presi- dent 9. LINDA GAIL FIVEASH Linda Student Council 9, 10, Secretary 10; Future Homemakers of America 9; Pep Club 11, 12; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Supervision Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball 8-12; Junior Class Repre- sentative. WILLIAM HERSHELL FULLER Billy ANDREA DEAN FURLINE Andi Transferred 11; Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12, Secretary 12; Thespians 11, 12, President 12; Student Council 12. HOWARD RONALD GARNER Ronnie French I Club; French II Club; Gymnastics Team 9, 11, 12; Supervision Basketball, Softball 9-11; Ram Club 12. WALTER ALFRED GARRETT, JR. Walter Band 9-12; Dance Band 10-12; Beta Club 11, 12, President 12: Ramscott Feature Editor 12; Student Council 12; Science Club 11, 12; Chorus 9-11, All-State Chorus 11; Radio Club 10; American Legion Oratorical Contest 11; Finalist, National Merit Scholarship Test 12. MICHAEL CREIGHTON FORD Mike Chess Team; Student Council 8; Stunt Night 10; Ramscott Art Editor 11, Editor-in-Chief 12. CHARLES REUBEN FRITZ Charlie Supervision Basketball 8-10; Office Monitor 9; Perfect Attendance 10; Safe-Teens 11; Distributive Education Club 12. SANDRA JEANNE FURLINE Sandy Transferred 11; Junior Class Representative; Supervision Basketball, Baseball 11; Senior Red Cross Representative; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12; Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12. WILLIS LEE FURNEY Willis WANDA GARRETT Wanda In-School Y-Teens 10-12, Treasurer 12, Inter-Club Council Representative 11; Inter-Club Council Chaplain 12; Music Club 8-10; Chorus Pianist 8-12; Chairman of Talent Com- mittee for Junior Talent Show 11; Future Homemakers of America 8, 9; Supervision Basketball, Volleyball 9, 10. JUDY ANN GAY Bug Future Homemakers of America 8-12, Program Chairman 12; McEvoy Orchestra 8-11; Page Editor on the Bonnie Blue Print 12; Advertising Staff of the Bonnie Blue Print 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Library Assistant 12; Decorating Committee Junior-Senior 11. JOHN ERNEST GINN John Key Club 10-12; Class Officer 11; Student Council 10, 11; Georgia Boys’ State 11; Varsity Football 11; Supervision Basketball 8-12; Physical Education Captain 10, 11; Ram- page Staff 11, 12; Varsity Track 10; Safe-Teens 11, 12. VIRGINIA CHERYL GODWIN Cheryl Future Homemakers of America 8, 9, 12; Science Club 12; Pep Club 12; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Supervision Soft- ball, Volleyball 10. BRENDA ANNE GEORGE George Future Homemakers of America 8-12, Reporter 12, Publicity Chairman 11, Junior and Chapter Homemakers Degrees; In-School Y-Teens 11; Quill and Scroll 12; Senior Dra- matics Club 11; Editorial Assistant, Bonnie Blue Print 12; Advertising Staff, Bonnie Blue Print 12; Decoration Com- mittee, Junior-Senior Dance 11; Supervision Volleyball 8-10, Softball 8-11, Basketball 9, 10. WILLIAM ESCHOL GILDER William Varsity Gymnastics 11, 12; French Club 11, 12. GRADY E. GOINGS Grady Senior Dramatics Club 12; Spanish Club 10, 11. BARBARA FRANCES GOLDSTEIN Barbara Quill and Scroll 12; “High Road” Columnist, Bonnie Blue Print 12; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Y-Teens 10, 11; Future Homemakers of America 9, 10; Supervision Volley- ball, Basketball 9-11; Tri-Hi-Y 12; Red Cross Representative 9, 10. TOMMY OSCAR GOSS Tommy Football 8; Baseball 8, 9; Basketball 9; Track 9, 10; Stu- dent Council 9, 10, 12; Supervision Basketball 10-12; Physical Education Captain 11, 12; Safe-Teens 11, 12. GAREY LEE GRAHAM Garey Student Council 9, 10; Supervision Football 10; Supervision Basketball 10, 11. KENNETH LAMAR GRIFFIN Kenny Band 8-10; Sophomore Class Treasurer 10; Distributive Education Club 12; Red Cross 11; Safe-Teens 11; Pep Club 9, 10; Supervision Basketball 11. SANDRA DARLYN GRIFFIN Sandy Director of Senior Class; Supervision President 8, 10, 12; Tri-Hi-Y 11, 12, School Projects Chairman 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Spanish Club 11, 12, Treasurer 12; Office Monitor 12; Student Council 8, 10, 12, Inter-City Student Council Representative 12; “Tween Teens” Reporter 12; Future Homemakers of America 8; Junior-Senior Decora- tion Committee 11; Beta Club 12. EMMETT LEE GOODMAN, JR. Emmett Baseball 9-12, Varsity 10-12, Captain 12; Varsity Basketball 9-12; B-Team Football 10, 11; Key Club 9-11; Spanish Club 10, 11; Ramscott Activities Editor 11; Beta Club 11, 12; Ram Club 11, 12; Rampage Copy Editor 12. BARBARA SUE GORMAN Barbara Future Homemakers of America 8; Junior Red Cross Repre- sentative 9; Library Club 9, 12; Library Assistant 9-12; Tri-Hi-Y 9, 10, 12, Sergeant-at-Arms 10; Future Business Leaders of America 12. MILTON I. GRESHAM, JR. Milton Supervision Basketball 10; Distributive Education Club 12. DONNY EUGENE GRIFFIN Donny Band 8-12; Science Club 11; Stunt Night 9; Audio-Visual Club 12; Red Cross 8; Safe-Teens 11, 12; Supervision Basketball 8; “Southern Accents” Show; Key Club 12. LINDA MAXINE HALL Linda Future Homemakers of America 8, 9; Supervision Presi- dent 9; Tri-Hi-Y 9-12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Supervision Volleyball 9; Tri-Hi-Y Officer 10; Junior-Senior Decora- tion Committee 11; Red Cross Representative 8; Music Club 10. MARION ROSLYN HALL Roslyn Y-Teens 9-12; Inter-Club Council, Y-Teens 10-12, Secretary 12; President, Sports Club, Y-Teens 12; Bonnie Blue Print Staff 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Girls’ Athletic Association 9-11; Class Softball Team 8-11; Supervision Basketball, — x g Volleyball, Softball 8-11; Student Council 12. 5 ’ LAMAR VALDEZ HALLMAN Val Varsity Tennis 10-12; Rampage Reporter 11, Staff 12; Beta Club 11, 12; French Club 10, 11, Secretary 11; Office Assistant 11; Distributive Education Club 12; Supervision Basketball 9-12; Junior-Senior Decoration Committee 11. ANDREA LUCILE HAMMOND Andrea Science Club 8; Band 8-11; Band Club 8-11; Senior Dra- matics Club 11; Dixie Darlings 8; Majorette 9-12, Captain 12; Homecoming Court 12. LILLIAN NAN HAMMOND Nan Chorus 9-12; Future Business Leaders of America 12. RONALD SHEDRICK HAMRICK Ronald Supervision Basketball 8-12, Baseball 8, 9, Football 8-10. WILLIAM EDWARD HARE Billy Distributive Education Club 12; Supervision Basketball 8. BLANIE LAVERNE HARPER Blanie Future Homemakers of America 8-11, Historian 9; Chorus 9-11; Y-Teens 11; Bonnie Blue Print Business Staff 12. SHARON PAULINE HART Sharon Band 8-12; Band Club 8-12; Dixie Darlings 8-12; Future Homemakers of America 8, 9; Gym Day 8-10; Girls’ Athletic Association 11, 12; Tri-Hi-Y 12; Supervision Softball, Basketball, Volleyball 8-12. FORREST ANDREW HARTLEY, III Forrest Cadet Band 8; Concert and Marching Band 9-12; Section Leader of Band 12: Radio Club 10-12, Vice-President 12; Physical Science Club 12; French Club 11, 12; Safe- Teens 11, 12, Control] Unit 12; Math Club 12. JENNY KAY HATCHER Kay Future Homemakers of America 9; Y-Teens 10; Tri-Hi-Y 12. DONNA RAE HATTAWAY Donna Future Homemakers of America 8; Red Cross 8; Super- vision President 9; Library Club 11; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12; Bonnie Blue Print Business Staff 11; Student Council 9; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Beta Club 12. SARA KAY HARRINGTON Kay Beta Club 11, 12; Student Council 9, 11, 12, Suggestion Box Chairman 12: Bonnie Blue Print News Editor 12; Quill and Scroll 12; First Vice-President, Georgia Scholastic Press Association 12; Future Homemakers of America 8-12, President 9, 11, Vice-President 10; Junior Dramatics Club 9: Red Cross 12; Bonnie Blue Print Circulation Staff 12. RIGHARD HARRISON, III Sonny Varsity Track 10-12; Varsity Cross Country 10-12; B-Team Basketball 10; Physical Education Honor Roll 11, 12; Platoon Captain 12; Ram Club 12; Safe-Teens Control Unit 11, 12; Dramatics Club 10; Supervision Basketball 10-12. LINDA GAIL HARTLEY Hartley Future Homemakers of America 8, 9; In-School Y-Teens 10, 11; Music Club 8-10; Tri-Hi-Y 10-12, Vice-President 12; Senior Class Director; Beta Club 11, 12; Chorus 8-11; Su- pervision Basketball 10, 11, Softball 11, Volleyball 8-12. MARY ANNETTE HASKINS Hassie Future Homemakers of America 8; Future Business Lead- ers of America 11, 12; Tri-Hi-Y 12. WILLIAM ASHLY HAWKINS Ashly Vice-President Junior Class; French Club I, Il, Treasurer I: Red Cross; Junior-Senior Decoration Committee; Track 8-10; Sub-Freshman Class Officer 8; Safe-Teens 12; Super- vision Basketball 8-12. ALVIN DOUGLAS HAYES Doug Key Club 10-12; Supervision Basketball 9, 10; Spanish Club 10; Perfect Attendance 9, 11; Physical Education Football 9, 10; Safe-Teens 11; Football 8. JULIUS RAY HENDRIX Ray Supervision Basketball 8-11, Softball 9, 10; Spanish Club 11, 12; Manager Football 8, 9. PATRICIA ANN HERRING Pat Perfect Attendance 10, 11; Red Cross 9; Y-Teens 8-12; Orchestra 8-11; Future Business Leaders of America 12. CORALEE STEVENS HAYES Stevie Art Club 8-10; Chorus 10, 11; Music Club 10, 11; Future Homemakers of America 8, 9; Latin Club 9; Senior Dra- matics Club 12; Allied Medical Careers Club 12. JUDITH RAYLENE HEAD Judye Allied Medical Careers Club 9-12, Secretary 12; Band 10- 12; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12; Thespians 12, Secretary 12; Ramscott Advertising Staff 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Latin Club 10; Science Club 12; 4-H Club 9, 11; Ballet Club 8. SHEILA ELIZABETH HERRING Sheila Future Business Leaders of America 12; Music Club 8; Future Homemakers of America 8, 10; Chorus 8-10; Y-Teens 11, 12, Publicity Chairman 12; Allied Medical Careers Club 11, 12, Vice-President 12; School Bank 12. BILLY T. HESTER Billy Supervision Basketball 8-10; Varsity Basketball 11, 12; Varsity Baseball 11; Ram Club 11, 12. NANCY JEAN HICKS Nancy Beta Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Future Teachers of America 1], 12; In-School Y-Teens 12; Ramscott Or- ganizations Editor 12; Latin Club 10; Red Cross Repre- sentative 8-10; Office Monitor 12; Science Club 10, 11; Quill and Scroll 12. BENJAMIN DAVID HILDERBRAND David President Red Cross 9; B-Team Basketball 9, 10; Industrial Arts Club 9, 10; French Club 11, 12; Guidance Office Assistant 12. PAULA JEAN HOLSTON Paula Ramscott Art Editor 12; Red Cross 12, Scrapbook Chair- man 12; Spanish Club 12; Art Club 9, 12; Quill and Scroll 12; First Place “Educational Week” Poster Contest 10. CHERYL MARIE HOPKINS Hoppie Junior Dramatics Club 8, 9; Supervision Basketball 8-12, Champions 10, Softball 8-12, Champions 8, Volleyball 8-12; Gym Day 8-11; Red Cross 11; Bonnie Blue Print Advertis- ing Staff 11; Future Teachers of America 11, 12, Vice- President 12: Ramscott Classes Editor 12; Quill and Scroll 12. GRACE SUE HESTER Sue Supervision Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball 8-12; Junior Class Representative; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Pep Club 12. FRANCES SHARON HEWELL Sharon Ramscott Sports Editor 12; Beta Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12, President 12; Girls’ Athletic Association 9-12, Treasurer 11, Secretary 12; Sophomore Class Director; Future Homemakers of America 9, 10, Degree Chairman 9, Program Chairman 10; Supervision Volleyball, Basket- ball, Softball 8-12; Gym Day Softball 8-11; Quill and Scroll 12. RAYMOND FRED HILL Fred Supervision Football, Softball 8-10, Basketball 8-11; Base- ball 9: Red Cross 9. SALLY KAYTE HOLLOMON Sally B Future Homemakers of America 8, 9; Chorus 8-10; Music Club 9; Gym Day 8, 9, 11; Freshman Class Director 9; Supervision Softball, Basketball, Volleyball 8-12; Red Cross 8, 9; Y-Teens 10; Ramscott Business Staff 12; Tri-Hi-Y 12. PATRICIA GAYLE HORNE Patsy Future Homemakers of America 9, 10; Senior Dramatics Club 11; Future Business Leaders of America 1], 12; Student Council 11; Supervision Basketball, Volleyball 8-12; Y-Teens 10; Red Cross 9. WILLIAM LEROY HORTON Billy Beta Club 11, 12, Vice-President 12; Key Club 10, 11; Math Club 12, President 12; French Club 10; Rampage Staff 12; Ramscott Activities Editor 12; B-Team Football 9, 10; Supervision Basketball 9-11; Student Council 12. ONEY HARWICK HUDSON Oney Senior Class President; Future Farmers of America, Presi- dent 11, Vice-President 12; Beta Club 11, 12, Treasurer 12; Student Council 11, 12; 1963 Boys’ State; Class Secretary 9; Rampage Staff; Safe-Teens 11, 12; Junior-Senior Decora- tion Committee 11. ROYCE THAMES HUDSON Royce JULIA ELAINE HOWARD Elaine Bonnie Blue Print Editor-in-Chief 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Beta Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Music Club 8-10; Class Director 8; Student Council] 12; Supervision Volley- ball, Basketball, Softball 8-11. LARRY JAMES HOWARD Larry Supervision Basketball 8-12. BOBBY JAMES HUMPHIRE Bobby Transferred from Perry, Georgia, 11; Math Club 11, 12; Rampage Staff 12; Beta Club 11, 12; Chess Club 12; Golf Team 11, 12; Transferred from St. Petersburg, Fla., 12. LINDA LEE HURLEY Linda Beta Club 11, 12; Allied Medical Careers Club 9-12, Secre- tary 11; Red Cross 10, 12; Library Assistant 9-11; Library Club 10; Audio-Visual 11. CAROL IRBY Carol Red Cross 10; Band 10; Future Homemakers of America 10-12; Supervision Vice-President 11; Quill and Scroll 12; Bonnie Blue Print Business Manager 12; Chorus 12; Tri-Hi-Y 12. SUE IRBY Sue Future Homemakers of America 9-12, Program Chairman 11, Honor Roll Chairman 12; Annual Staff 12; Supervision Basketball, Softball, Volleyball 10-12. JERRY LEE JACKSON Jerry Perfect Attendance 11; Spanish Club 12. LYDIA KATHLEEN JAMES Kat Future Homemakers of America 8; Supervision Softball, Volleyball 8; Bonnie Blue Print Advertising Staff 11; Beta Club 11, 12; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Office Monitor 12; Ramscott Typist 12. LYNDAL CARSON HURLEY Lynn Supervision Softball 8; Physical Education Football 9; Red Cross 11; French Club 11, 12; Safe-Teens 11, 12. RONALD EDGAR HUTCHESON Ronald Supervision Basketball 9-12; Red Cross 12, LINDA JOYCE IVEY Joyce Music Club 9, 10; Pep Club 11; Spanish Club 11; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Tri-Hi-Y 12. JAMES JACKSON James BEVERLY ELIZABETH JENKINS Bev Cheerleader 9, 10, Co-Captain 9; Tri-Hi-Y 10-12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Student Council 9, 10; Director of Sopho- more Class; Pep Club 11, 12; Sweetheart Court 9; Super- vision Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 8-12. BARBARA GAIL JOINER Little Bit Band 8-12, Captain of Percussion 12; Band Club 8-12, Publicity Chairman 12; Twirlette 8; Junior Varsity Cheer- leader 9; Girls’ Athletic Association 10; Bonnie Blue Print Reporter 12, Advertising Staff 11; Quill and Scroll 12. ANNA LYNN JORDAN Anna Future Homemakers of America 8; 4-H Club 9; Supervision Basketball 9; Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12. JANE SHAW JORDAN Jane Girls’ Athletic Association 12; Beta Club 11, 12; 4H Club 8-12, Vice-President 9, President 10, Reporter 11; Student Council 12; Senior Class Treasurer; Junior Class Director; Office Monitor 12; Ramscott Photographer 12; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12; Quill and Scroll 12. WILLIAM THOMAS JOINER Tommy Distributive Education Club 11, 12; Supervision Basketball 8-11, Softball 8, 9; Safe-Teens 11, 12. BARBARA SUE JONES Barbie Future Homemakers of America 8-11; Library Assistant 9-12; Library Club 12; Supervision Softball 8-12, Volley- ball 9, Basketball 8, 9. LYNDA CAROL JORDAN Carol Band Club 8-12; Junior Dramatics Club 9; Y-Teens 9; Supervision Volleyball 9-12, Softball 10-12, Basketball 11, 12. REX TRUMAN KANEY Rex Student Council 9; Science Club 10-12, Secretary 11; Ram- scott Advertising Layout Editor 12; Ramscott Business Staff 12; Chess Club 12. LARRY CECIL KEYS Cecil French Club 10; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12; Safe-Teens 11, 12; Company Football 9; Chorus 11. EDWIN KEMP KING, JR. Kemp French Club 11, 12; Red Cross 12; Supervision Basketball 10-12. BONNY RHEA KREWSON Bonny Band 8-10; Award for “Most Improved” in Band 9; Band. Club 8-10; Perfect Attendance 9; Latin Club 9, 10; Or- chestra 10-12; In-School Y-Teens 12. BRICEY ELROD LAMB Bricey French Club 11, 12. MICHAEL PATRICK KEENAN Mike Transfer 11; Supervision Basketball 11, 12; Science Club 12. PATRICIA ANNE KELL Patti Freshman Class Director; Junior Dramatics Club 8, 9, Secretary 9; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Future Homemak- ers of America 9, 10; 4-H Club 8-10, Secretary 8, Vice- President 9, President 10; Supervision Basketball, Volley- ball, Softball 8-12; Student Council 9, 10; Quill and Scroll 12: Bonnie Blue Print Staff 12; Junior-Senior Dance Com- mittee: Future Business Leaders of America 12. , S CECILIA JOY KITCHENS Joy McEvoy Band 8-10; Twirlette 8; Dixie Darlings 9-11; Majorette 12; Library Club 11, 12, President 12; Beta Club 11, 12. “—?D , JOYN WAYNE KITCHENS Wayne Distributive Education Club 11, 12; Supervision Basketball, Softball 9-11, Football 8-11; Safe-Teens 11, 12. JAMES ALVIN LAMBERT Jimmy Key Club 12; Spanish Club 10; Science Club 11; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Baseball 9; Supervision Basketball 8-12; Safe-Teens 11; “Southern Accents” Show 9-12. HARRIETT JOAN LAVENDER Joan CLARA LORRAINE LEWIS Rainey Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12, President 12; Student Coun- cil 12; Ramscott Photographer 12; Bonnie Blue Print Ad- vertising Staff 12; Red Cross Secretary-Treasurer 11; Allied Medical Careers Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 12; Fu- ture Homemakers of America 9; Quill and Scroll 12. BEN FRANCIS LINDSEY Duke Safe-Teens 11; Supervision Basketball 9, 10; 4-H Club 9-11; Future Farmers of America 10-12, Treasurer 10, Vice-Presi- dent 11, President 12; Company Football 9, 10; Student Council 10. MARY JANE LAVENDER Jane Future Homemakers of America 8, 9; Junior Dramatics Club 9; Softball, Basketball, Volleyball 8-11; Library Club 12; Publicity Committee Junior Talent Show 11. RICHARD HUIE LAYTON Richard Beta Club 11, 12; French Club 11, 12. RUBY DIANE LINDSEY Diane Future Homemakers of America 8, Reporter 8; Supervision Volleyball, Softball 9, 10; After-School Y-Teens 11, Secre- retary-Treasurer 11; Library Club 12; Library Assistant. EMILY JEAN LODEN Em Tri-Hi-Y 12; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Chorus 9-12; Fu- ture Homemakers of America 8. NORMA ELAINE MASON Norma Girls’ Athletic Association 12; Spanish Club 12; Super- vision Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 11, 12; Champion- ship Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 11. PATRICIA ANN MASON Patsy Senior Dramatics Club 12; Red Cross 8; Library 12; After-School Y-Teens 12. uf VERLON FRANKLIN MASSEY, JR. Skipper Band 9-12; “Southern Accents” Show 9-12; Dance Band 9-12; Industrial Arts Club 8-11, Sergeant-at-Arms 10, President 11; Senior Dramatics Club 10-12, Sergeant-at- Arms 12; B-Team Basketball 9; Varsity Basketball 11; First Place in Science Fair 10; Track 9. NANCY MARIE MAYNE Nancy Future Homemakers of America 8-10; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Bonnie Blue Print; “Leading Lassie” Columnist 12; Allied Medical Careers Club 10, 11; Supervision Volleyball, Softball, Basket- ball 9-12. CLYDE SYLVESTER MANDERS Buddy Company Football 9; Supervision Basketball 8-10. BARBARA ANN MARTIN Barbara 4-H Club 9-11; French Club 10; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12: Allied Medical Careers Club 12; Future Homemak- ers of America 8; Art Club 8-11. RALPH WESLEY MASON Wesley Supervision Basketball, Football 9; Physical Education Honor Roll 12. RANDALL LEE MASON Randy Football, B-Team 9, Varsity 10, 11; Supervision Basketball 8-11, Softball 9, 10; Ram Club 11; Student Council 8; Red Cross 9. BARBARA JEAN McBRIDE Barbara Tri-Hi-Y 10; Y-Teens 10; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12; Junior Dramatics Club 9, 10; Supervision Volleyball 10; Future Teachers of America 11; Future Homemakers of America 8, 9; Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12; Bonnie Gardeners 9. SANDRA McCRANE Sandra Transferred in 10th; Supervision Secretary-Treasurer 10; Championship Teams, Volleyball, Basketball 10, 11, Soft- ball 11; Spanish Club 11, 12; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12, Treasurer 12; B-Team Cheerleader 12; Girls’ Athletic Association 12. JOSEPH STEPHEN McDANIEL José Key Club 10-12, President 12; Student Council 8-12, Secre- tary 9, 11, Treasurer 12; Spanish Club 10, 11, President 11; Rampage Sports Editor 12; Basketball 8-11; Baseball 8, 9; Class Vice-President 9, 12; Junior-Senior Decoration Com- mittee 11, JUDITH NAOMI McELMURRAY Judy Supervision Softball, Basketball, Volleyball 8-12; 4-H Club Reporter 9; Future Homemakers of America 8; Future Business Leaders of America 12. RICHARD EARL McCULLOUGH Richard Beta Club 10-12; Ninth Grade Basketball, B-Team Basket- ball 10, Varsity Basketball 10-12; Physical Education Foot- ball 9; Varsity Baseball 10-12; Junior High Baseball 9; Honor Student 9-12; Spanish Club 10, 11; Rampage Staff 11, 12. CAROLINE PATRICIA McDANIEL Patsy Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12, Project Chair- man 12; Library Assistant 12; Library Club 12; Band 8, 9; Girls’ Athletic Association Representative 11; Future Homemakers of America 8, 9. JAMES BRUCE McGAHEE Jimmy Basketball 9-11; French Club 10, 11; Rampage Staff 12 WALTER GARY McKINNEY Gary Supervision Basketball 9-12, Softball 10-12. PAULA ANN McPHERSON Paula Allied Medical Careers Club 11, 12, President 12; Student Council 9, 12, Publicity Chairman 12; Supervision President 9: Ramscott Business Staff 12; Junior Class Secretary; Spanish Club 11, 12, Treasurer 11; Red Cross ll, 12, Chairman of Red Cross Scrapbook; Girls’ Athletic Associa- tion 12. JACQUELINE MEEKS Jackie Supervision Basketball, Volleyball 8-10, Softball 9, 10; Supervision Vice-President 9; Future Homemakers of America 9; Latin Club 10; Y-Teens 12; Future Business Leaders of America 12. aN GLENN RAYMOND METTS Raymond Library Club 10-12; Representative to Georgia Association of Library Assistants 10, 11; Future Business Leaders of America 12. TERRY MILLER Terry Cadet Band 8; Marching and Symphonic Bands 9-12; Sci- ence Club 11, 12; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Supervision Basketball 8-12. SANDRA LOUISE McLEAN Sandra Future Homemak ers of America 8-10; Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Bonnie Blue Print Staff “Scotch Tape” Columnist 12. CARLIE WYMAN McNEIL Carlie Supervision Basketball 8-12; Varsity Football 10-12, Cap- tain 12, B-Team 9; Senior Class Treasurer; French Club 10; Red Cross Officer 9; Safe-Teens Club 11, 12; Varsity Track 9-12. SANDRA LAVELLE MEEKS Sandra Class Officer 8, 11, 12, Vice-President 8, 12, President 11; Music Club 8-10; Chorus 8-11; Y-Teens 10-12, Treasurer ll, President 12; Girls’ Athletic Association 9; Student Council 11, 12; Beta Club 1], 12. PATRICK THOMAS MERRITT Pat Distributive Education Club 11, 12; Senior Dramatics Club 11; Supervision Softball, Basketball 8-11; Field Day, Track 9-11; Physical Education Honor Roll 11. FRED ALVORD MINOR Fred Red Cross 8-10; French Club 11, 12, Program Committee Chairman 12; Safe-Teens 11; Future Business Leaders of America 12. JANICE PATRICIA MINSHEW Janice Library Assistant 12; Future Business Leaders of America 12. WILLIAM CHARLES MITCHELL Billy Industrial Arts Club 9, 10, President 9; Supervision Soft- ball 9; Gymnastics Team 10; Distributive Education Club 12. LYNN REID MOLTON Lynn Safe-Teens 11; Distributive Education Club 12. JERRY EDWARD MINTON Jerry Band 8-12; Red Cross 11, 12; Supervision Softball, Basket- ball 8-10; Physical Science Club 11; Perfect Attendance 10; Junior Talent Show 10. VERA DORIS MITCHELL Doris Transferred from College Park High School, College Park, Ga., 11; Ramscott Typist 12; Junior Class Representative 11; Supervision Basketball 11; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Future Business Leaders of America 12. DONNA SUE MONDY Mondy Majorette 8-12, All-Star 11, Soloist 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Tri-Hi-Y 11, 12; Future Teachers of America 11; Spanish Club 10, 11; Red Cross 9; Ninth Grade Director; McEvoy Band 8-10; “Tween Teens” Reporter 12; Future Homemakers of America 8, 9. DARRELL MONROE Darrell Supervision Basketball 11, Baseball 10; Beta Club 11; Latin Club 9. CHARLOTTE IRENE MOORE Charlotte Homecoming Queen 11; Spring Football Queen 11; Varsity Cheerleader 10, 11; Ram Club 10-12, Secretary 12; Bonnie Blue Print “Leading Lassie” Columnist 12; Student Coun- cil Vice-President 11; Quill and Scroll 12; Key Club Sweet- heart 12; Future Homemakers of America 8, 9, Sweet- heart 9; Girls’ Athletic Association 9. JUDY MAGGIELANE MOORE Judy Tri-Hi-Y 10-12, President 12, Community Projects Chairman 11; Gym Day Softball Team 8-11; Supervision Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 8-12; Girls’ Athletic Association 11, Letter 10; Bonnie Blue Print Sports Editor 12, Circulation Ye | Staff 11, 12. PHILIP GORDON MOORE Philip RONALD RAY MOORE Moose Supervision Basketball, Softball 8-11, Football 9, 10; Cross 9. Y-Teens 12; Senior Dramatics Club 12. ¥ PATRICIA ANN MOULTON ) % Patsy : Future Homemakers of America 8; Supervision Basketball, Volleyball 8, 9; Art Club 9-12. FRANCELIA EARLYNN MOXLEY Lynn PATRICIA DIANNE NELMS DeeDee Future Homemakers of America 8, 9; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Supervision Volleyball 10, Basket- ball 10, 11. MABEL ELIZABETH NOBLES Lisa 4-H Club 9-12; Science Club 11; Library Club 12; Library Assistant 12; Supervision Softball 11, 12, Volleyball 10. SHELVIA JEAN OAKLEY Shelvy Volleyball; Future Homemakers of America 8, 9; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Basketball 9. PATRICK JEROME O’HANLON, JR. Jerry Supervision Football 9; Perfect Attendance 11; Distribu- tive Education Club 12. ANDREW LEE OLIVER Lee Supervision Basketball, Softball 8-10; Red Cross 9. ROBERT CARL O’REILLY Bobby Distributive Education Club 11, 12. PATRICIA ANNE PAPE Pat Music Club 8-10; Y-Teens 11, 12, Chaplain 11, Secretary 12; Beta Club 11, 12, Vice-President 12; President of 12; Student Council 11, 12; Ramscott Business Manager 12; Officer Monitor 12. Supervision 11, EDWARD LEE PARKER Eddie Track 9; Distributive Education 12; Supervision Basketball Th, 12. ELRIDGE CARSON PARKER, JR. Carson Spanish Club 11, 12; Supervision Softball 8-10; Football 8-10; Safe-Teens 11, 12; Red Cross 9, 10; Student Council 9, 10; Supervision Basketball 8-11. PEGGY JO ANN PARKER Peg Future Homemakers of America 8-10; Art Club 9; Future Business Leaders of America 11. RICKY TYRONE PAYNE Ricky Football 8-12, Varsity 11, 12; Basketball 8-12, Varsity 11, 12; Track 8-10, Varsity 9, 10; Baseball 8-12, Varsity 10-12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Ram Club President 12; Student Council 12; Rampage Staff 12; Key Club 10; Class Officer 9-11. CHARLES HARRIS PEACOCK Charlie Band 9-12, Marching and Concert Bands 9-12; French Club 10, 11; Science Club 10-12, President 12; Rampage Staff 12; Chess Team 11, 12; Chorus 11; Student Council 12. ANDREA DAWN PERRY Anne Future Homemakers of America 8, 9, Historian 8; Super- vision Softball, Basketball, Volleyball 8-12; Gym Day Soft- ball Team 11; Chorus 10, 11; Allied Medical Careers Club 12; Tri-Hi-Y 12; Y-Teens 12. ADECIA DARLENE PIERCE Decia Cheerleader, B-Team 11, Varsity 12; Ramscott Activities Editor 12; Spanish Club 11, 12, Vice-President 11; Y-Teens 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Office Monitor 12; Ram Club 12; Beta Club 11, 12; Quill and Scroll 12. GAYLA NELL PARRISH Gayla Dixie Darlings 9, 10; Majorette 11, 12. GLENDA CAROL PATRICK Carol Bonnie Blue Print Advertising Staff 12; Chorus 8-10; Music Club 8, 9; In-School Y-Teens 12; French Club 10; Pep Club 11; Supervision Softball 10; Supervision Officer 11. JAMES RONNY PEACOCK Ronny Supervision Basketball 10-12; Distributive Education Club 12; Field Day, Track 11. JAMES HENTON PELT, JR. James Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12; Band 8-12. ALTON REGINALD PILCHER Reggie French Club 11, 12; Supervision Basketball 8-10; Swim- ming Team 11; Red Cross 8; Gymnastics Team 10; Safe- Teens 11. JULIA KATE POUNCY Julia Supervision Softball 9; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12: Thespians 11, 12; Library Assistant 11, 12; Club 11, 12, Parliamentarian 12; Spanish Club 11; Teachers of America 12. Library Future CARL ELIOT PUCKETT Carl Varsity Track 10-12; Ram Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 10, 11; Rampage Staff 12; Physical Education Captain 12; Chorus 11. RALPH PULLIAM, JR. Ralph Varsity Football 10-12; Varsity Basketball 9-12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Sophomore Class President; Student Council 10. JOAN ELIZABETH POWELL Joan Future Homemakers of America, Vice-President 8, Sweet- heart Princess 8; Supervision Vice-President 12; Music Club 12; Chorus 12. PATRICIA ANN PRINCE Pat Ramscott Business Manager 12; Pep Club 11, 12, Presi- dent 12; Student Council 10, 12; President of Supervision 12: Beta Club 11, 12; B-Team Cheerleader 11; In-School Y-Teens 10-12; Bookstore Manager 11, 12; Office Monitor 12; Chairman Junior-Senior Dance Invitations 11; Quill and Scroll 12. DOUGLAS HARRISON RALEIGH Doug Supervision Basketball 10, 11, Softball 10; Future Farmers of America 11: Distributive Education Club 11; Science Club 11. CAROLYN MAUREEN REYNOLDS Carolyn Future Homemakers of America 8; In-School Y-Teens 11; Future Business Leaders of America 11; Library Club 12; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Supervision Basketball, Soft- ball, Volleyball 8-12. MARVIN WESLEY ROBERTS Marvin Band 9-12; Rampage Staff 12; French Club 10, 11. JULIA CLAUDIA ROBINSON Judy Future Business Leaders of America 11; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Softball Team 11; Supervision Volleyball, Basket- ball, Softball 8-12. CHARLES ALBERT ROSS Charles Student Council 11, 12, Vice-President 11, President 12; Inter-City Student Council 12; Beta Club 11, 12; Math Club 11, 12; Rampage Managing Editor 12; Ramscott Copy Editor 12; Willingham-McEvoy Notebook 12; Span- ish Club 10: Business Manager of Athletics 12; Honor Stu- dent 9-12. YVONNE MARIE SANDERLIN Yvonne Library Club 9-12, Vice-President 12; Future Homemakers of America 8, 12. ELEANOR DELORIS RHODES Eleanor Junior Red Cross 8; Volleyball 10, Softball 11; Art Club 12: Senior Dramatics Club 12. GERALDINE ELIZABETH RICHITT Judy Orchestra 8, 9; Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12. LEMUEL ROBITZECH Buddy French Club 11, 12; Red Cross 12; Chorus 10-12; “South- ern Accents” Show. ALAN HILL ROGERS Alan Science Club 11; Supervision Basketball 9-11, Softball 10; Red Cross 12; Math Club 12. JAMES PATTON SANDERS Pat Science Club 10, 11; Future Business Leaders of America 12. JOHNNY RAINEY SANDERS Johnny Distributive Education Club 11, 12; Supervision Basketball 9, 11. ROBERT SCARBOROUGH Robert Senior Dramatics Club 10-12, President 12; French Club 11; Ram Club 12; B-Team Basketball 10; Varsity Baseball Manager 10, 11; Student Council 12; Supervision Basket- ball 8, 9; Chess Team 11, 12. AUDIE ANN SCHWEGMAN Audie Student Council 1], 12, President 12; Inter-City Student Council Representative 12; Beta Club 11, 12, Secretary 12; Class Director 11; Pep Club Secretary 11; Y-Teens 11; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Latin Club 10; Red Cross Rep- resentative 9. JANICE FAYE SAPP Janice Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12, Reporter 12; Student Council Typist 12; Library Club 10, 11; Future Homemakers of America 8; Supervision Basketball 9-12; Band 9, 10; Supervision Softball 9-12. BETTIJEAN SATTLER B.J. Transferred from Woodbridge Senior High School, Wood- bridge, New Jersey, 11; Science Club 12; Library Club, Secretary 12; Beta Club 12. JOHN WROYSTON SCOGGINS, JR. Johnny Ramscott Photographers 12; Math Club 12; Key Club 12; Supervision Basketball, Softball 9. ROBERT JORDON SCOTT Robert Transferred 1963; Junior Achievement Club. CAROLYN ANN SEALY Carolyn Tri-Hi-Y 11, 12; Future Homemakers of America 8; Super- vision President 12; Supervision Basketball, Baseball, Volley- ball 9; Library Assistant 12. PATRICIA ANNE SEALY Tap Future Homemakers of America 8-11; Tri-Hi-Y 12; Senior Dramatics Club 10-12; Art Club 11; Music Club 8, 9; Supervision Softball, Basketball, Volleyball 10-12; Super- vision Secretary-Treasurer 8; Talent Shows 8-12; Pep Club li, 12. WILLIAM KIRBY SHEEHAN Kirby Art Club 11; Supervision Softball 9, Basketball 8-10; Red Cross Representative. DAVE CLEVELAND SHEFFIELD Dave French Club I, II; Supervision Basketball 9, 10; Company Football 10. RONNIE SHEPARD SCOTT Ronnie Safe-Teens. 11; Distributive Education Club 11, 12, Secre- tary 11; Office Worker 9; Supervision Softball, Basketball 9. JAMES ARTHUR SCROGGINS Jimmy Library Club 8-10; Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12; Baseball 9; Supervision Basketball 8-12, Softball 8. JAMES PHILIP SELF Philip Band 9-12; Beta Club 11, 12; Math Club 12, Secretary- Treasurer 12; French Club 10, 11, Vice-President 11; Rampage Staff 12; “Southern Accents” Show 10-12; Dance Band 10-12; Supervision Basketball 8, 9, 11. TRUDY JACQUELYN SHEARON Trudy Allied Medical Careers Club 8, 9; Y-Teens 9, 10; Girls’ Athletic Association 11; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12; Supervision Basketball, Softball, Volleyball 8-12; Art Club 8-12; Ramscott Photographer 12. NINA MYRLE SHEFFIELD Candy Transferred 11. WILLIAM McARTHUR SHEFFIELD Mack Supervision Basketbal l 9, 10, Football 10. LINDA SUE SHIPP Linda Transferred from Dothan, Alabama, 12; Y-Teens In-School 12; Future Homemakers of America 12. ANDREA RUTH SHIVER Andie Transferred from Eastman, Ga., 11; Supervision Basketball 11; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Future Business Leaders of America 12. ROBERT CLINTON SHERMAN Buddy Key Club 10-12, Lieutenant Governor 12; Rampage Staff 11, 12, Photographer 11, Editor-in-Chief 12; Senior Dra- matics Club 10-12, Secretary 11; Junior Red Cross 9, Secretary 9; Willingham-McEvoy Notebook 12; Basketball Manager 9-11; National Thespian Honor Society 11, 12; Student Council 10-12; Spanish Club 10; Varsity Golf 10. LAMAR RALPH SHIPMAN, JR. Lamar Football 8; Supervision Basketball 8-12, Softball 8; Physical Education Football 9; Red Cross 8; Safe-Teens 11. RUNELL PATRICIA SHORT Runy Future Homemakers of America 8; Science Club 9; Music Club 9; Tri-Hi-Y 10-12, Treasurer 11; Willingham-McEvoy Notebook 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Bonnie Blue Print Circulation Staff 11, 12. BUFORD GROVER SHURLING, JR. Buford Beta Club 11, 12; Math Club 11, 12, Program Chair- man 12: Chess Club 12; Ramscott Business Staff 12; Safe-Teens 11, 12. MIRIAM ELAINE SLAPPEY Slappey Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12; Music Club 9-11; Future Homemakers of America 8; Ramscott Business Staff 12; Chorus 8-11; Office Monitor 12. CLARENCE WILLIAM SMALLWOOD Billy Band 10-12; French Club 11; Safe-Teens 11. GARY WAYNE SMITH Cotton Ram Club 12; Varsity Baseball 10-12; Spanish Club 10, 11; Beta Club 11, 12; Willingham News Correspondent; Ram- page Staff 12; Red Cross; Varsity Basketball 11, 12. LAWANNA FERN SMITH Lonnie Future Homemakers of America 8-10; Future Business Lead- ers of America 10; Y-Teens 9, 10; Music Club 8; Future Teachers of America 8; Supervision Softball, Basketball, Volleyball 8-12; Science Club 8; Senior Dramatics Club 12. SHARON ELAINE SIMPSON Sharon Future Homemakers of America 8; Y-Teens 11; Future Business Leaders of America 11; Library Club 12; Perfect Attendance 8-11; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Supervision President 11. VERONICA GAY SIMPSON Ronnie Senior Dramatics Club 10-12, Vice-President 12; Thespians 10-12, Honor Thespian 11; Beta Club 11, 12; Ramscott Classes Editor 12; Y-Teens 8, 9; Supervision Basketball 8-10; Quill and Scroll 12. BEVERLY JANE SMITH Beverly Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12, Secretary 12; Library Club 12; Library Assistant 12. CHERYL DIANNE SMITH Cheryle Bonnie Blue Print “Wee Cues and Miss Cues” Columnist 12; Junior Dramatics Club 8, 9, Vice-President 9; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Powder Puff Football 11; Super- vision Basketball, Volleyball, Softball 8-12; Future Home- makers of America 8-10; Director of Freshman Class 9; Band 8, 9; Junior-Senior Dance Committee 11; Quill and Scroll 12. NANCY RUTH SMITH Nancy Red Cross 9, 12; Senior Dramatics Club 10; Class Director 10, 12; Student Council 11; Beta Club 11, 12; Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12, Program Chairman 11, Parliamentarian 12; Supervision President 11. JAMES RICHARD SPIRES Ricky Supervision Basketball 8-12; Red Cross 10; Student Coun- cil 10; Safe-Teens 11, 12; B-Team Football 9, 10. WILLIAM JAMES STEWART, JR. Billy Supervision Basketball 8-12; Distributive Education Club 11. LARRY BURTON STINSON Larry Band 9-12; Band Officer 12; “Southern Accents” Show 10-12; Science Club 11, 12; Red Cross 12. TRUDY LANETTE STARR Truddles Future Homemakers of America 8-10; Chorus 8-12; Music Club 8-10. ELIZABETH ANN STEWART Betty Future Homemakers of America 8; Band 10, 11; Band Club 10, 11; Library Club 12; Future Business Leaders of America 12. ANNA MARIE STONE Ann Future Homemakers of America 8-12, Sweetheart Court 11; Art Club 9; 4-H Club 10; Quill and Scroll 12; Ramscott Layout Editor 12; Class Director 8; Supervision Basketball 8-10, Baseball 8, 9; Junior Talent Show Back Drop Chairman; Chairman, Decorations, Future Home- makers of America Sweetheart Ball 11. ANDREW RICHARD STOVELL Andy Supervision Basketball, Softball 8-11; Industrial Arts Club 9, 10. MARY EVELYN STRICKLAND Stric Class Officer 9-12, President 10, 12, Director 1l, Treasurer 9; Beta Club 11, 12, Treasurer 12; Ramscott Senior Classes Editor 12; Student Council 10-12; Girls’ Athletic Associa- tion 9-12, Secretary 10, 11; Quill and Scroll 12; Spanish Club 11, 12; Supervision Volleyball, Basketball, Softball 8-12; Class Softball Team 8-11, Captain 8-10. RONALD EVANS STULZ Ronnie Library Club 8-12, Vice-President 11, President 12; Key Club 11, 12; Student Council 12. NORMAN JOSEPH SYKES Bobby Band 9-12, Dance Band 10-12; Beta Club 12; Math Club 12; Chorus 11; French Club 10, 11; Rampage Staff 12; “Southern Accents” Show 10-12; Supervision Basketball 9, 11. JANIS TAYLOR Janis LINDA ALLEN TAYLOR Lucy Future Business Leaders of America 11. WILLIAM FRANKLIN TAYLOR Billy Future Business Leaders of America 11, 12, Secretary 12; Company Football 10; Supervision Basketball 8-10, Soft- ball 8. JAMES MARION THIGPEN Jim Red Cross 9; Student Council 10; Spanish Club 11. ALBERT WAYNE THOMAS Wayne Supervision Softball 9; Science Club 12; French Club 12. ELLA EARLINE THOMAS Earline Future Homemakers of America 8; Y-Teens 10; Student Council 11; Supervision President 11; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Supervision Softball 9, 10. KENNETH EUGENE THOMAS Kenny Band 8-12; “Southern Accents” Show 9, 10; Distributive Education Club 12; 4-H Club 8, 9; Supervision Basketball 10. y CAROLE SUE TIDWELL Suzie — Basketball 11; Future Business Leaders of America RONALD EVERETT TIDWELL Ronnie Football 8, 9; Track 8; Varsity Track 9, 10; Supervision Basketball 11, 12. JERRY TOLER Jerry ca Basketball 8-10, Softball 8-11; Safe-Teens 11, PITTS TOOTLE Pitts Band 8-12, Dance Band 8-12; Student Council 10. DWIGHT OGDEN TYLER Dwight Supervision Basketball 10-12, Football 10-12; Safe-Teens 11, 12, Recorder 11, President 12; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12; “’Tween Teens” Correspondent 12; Secretary of the Senior Class; Red Cross 10. LANA CLYDE TYRE Lana Homecoming Queen 12; Varsity Cheerleader 12, B-Team Cheerleader 10, 11, Captain 11; Sponsor for White Team, Spring Football Game 11; Band 8-12, Captain 12; Band Club 8-12, President 12; Ram Club 12; Student Council 10, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Senior Dramatics Club 10, 11. FREDERICK LAVON UPTAGRAFFT Lavon Band 9-12, Marching, Concert; French Club 10, 11; Physical Science Club 11, 12; Dance Band 12; “Southern Accents” Show 12. JAMES WILLIAM VAUGHN Jimmy TERRY WADE Terry Supervision Softball 8-10. JUDY WAITS Judy Future Homemakers of America 8; Y-Teens 10; Senior Dramatics Club 10; Red Cross 11; Future Business Lead- ers of America 11, 12, Treasurer 12. CURTIS EARL WALKER, JR. Curt Supervision Basketball 9; Senior Dramatics Club 10; Sci- ence Club 11; Physical Education Football 9. ROBERT GARY WALKER Gary Band 9-12, Trumpet Section Leader 11, 12; Dance Band 10-12; Spanish Club 11, Treasurer 11; Science Club 11, 12, Secretary 12; Rampage Staff 12. KAREN ALICE WALL Karen Senior Dramatics Club 12; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Supervision Basketball, Volleyball 11, 12. HARRIETT MESCHAL WASDEN Meschal Future Homemakers of America 8; Y-Teens 10; Red Cross 10; Student Council 10; Supervision President 10; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Supervision Softball 9, 10. SHEILA JANE WATERS Sheila Future Homemakers of America 8; Music Club 8-10, Sec- retary 9; Junior Class Representatives Committee; Pep Club 11, 12; Quill and Scroll 12; Cheerleader, Junior Varsity 9, Varsity 10-12, Captain 12; Ram Club 10-12; Sponsor for Blue Team, Spring Football Game 11; Bonnie Blue Print Managing Editor 12; Student Council, Chairman of As- sembly Programs Committee 12. ROBERT EUGENE WATSON Gene Supervision Softball 8, 9; Supervision Football 9: Track 9; Red Cross 9; Library Club 10; Safe-Teens 11: French Club 11, 12. BONNIE FAY WHALEY Bonnie Red Cross Representative 12. PAMELA ANN WHITTINGTON Pam Supervision Volleyball, Softball, Basketball 10-12; Pep Club 11; Future Business Leaders of America 12; Senior Dramatics Club 12. MARVIN GRAHAM WEBSTER Marvin Supervision Basketball 8-11, Softball 9-11; Red Cross 10; Industrial Arts Club 8, 9; Student Council 11; Safe-Teens 11, 12; Phyiscal Science Club 11, 12. WILLIAM EDWARD WEEKS Bill Transfer 12. HARRIETT ANNE WILDER Anne Y-Teens 8-10; Senior Dramatics Club 11, 12; Tri-Hi-Y 12; Spanish Club 12; Supervision President 10; Student Coun- cil 10; Majorette 10-12; Dixie Darlings 9; Future Home- makers of America 8-9; Supervision Volleyball 10. BONNIE MARY WILLARD Bonnie Chorus 8-11; Music Club 8-10; Future Homemakers of America 8, 9, Treasurer 9; In-School Y-Teens 10, 11; Tri-Hi-Y 10-12, Chaplain 11, 12; Red Cross 8; Supervision Volleyball 8-12, Basketball 8-10, Softball 11. ALLEN J. WOOD Allen Supervision Basketball 9-12, Softball 8, 9; Physical Educa- tion Captain 12; Science Club 10. DOROTHY CAROLE WOOD Carole Chorus 9-11. DOROTHY SHEILA WOODALL Sheila Supervision Softball, Basketball, Volleyball 8-12; Future Homemakers of America 8; Junior Supervision Representa- tive; Future Business Leaders of America. BETTY JEAN WOODWARD Betty Jean Transferred to McEvoy 11; Pep Club 11; Tri-Hi-Y 11; Beta Club 11, 12. ELSIE GAIL WILLIAMSON Gail Beta Club 11, 12; Art Club 11, 12; Projects Chairman of Student Council 12; Future Homemakers of America 9; German Club 12, President 12; Senior Dramatics Club 12, Vice-President 12. DORA JANE WINDHAM Jane Class Officer 10-12; Y-Teens 9-12; Beta Club 11, 12; Student Council 11, 12; Ramscott Classes Editor 12; Quill and Scroll 12. RICKY LEE WOOD Yank Transferred 12; Band 12. VICKI LELA WOOD Yankee Transferred from Urbana High School, Urbana, Ohio, 12; McEvoy Band 12. DONALD EUGENE YOUNG Donald Basketball 9, 10; Student Council 10; Latin Club 10, 11; Transferred from Warner Robins Senior High, Warner Robins, Ga. JEANETTE ELLEN YOUNG Jeanette Chorus 8-12; Music Club 8-12; Band 10-12; Band Club 10-12; Library Club 8, 9; All-State Chorus 11. NANCY CAROL ZIELINSKI Zielinski In-School Y-Teens 9, 12; Supervision Basketball, Softball, Volleyball 9-12; Gym Day 10, 11, Softball Team 11; Supervision Championship Softball, Basketball, Volleyball Teams 11; Senior Dramatics Club 12; Spanish Club 12. Willingham Seniors boasted because their rings arrived first... . . - but then the long-awaited day came for the McEvoy Seniors, too. Juniors Officers PRESIDENTS: STEVE JOHNSON, SUE FRAN JOHNSON, Front Row: VICE-PRESIDENTS: WAYNE JOHNSON, MILDRED LEAPTROT, Back Row. DIRECTORS: WANDA TONI HUDSON, SMITH, SHEILA PAYNE, ONICA FOX. SECRETARIES: MIKE ZARD, KAY SELLERS; URERS: SUE NEY KINARD. HALLMAN, BLIZ- TREAS- BAR- Cary Adams Sheryl Adkins Jerrie Alfiroy Jimmy Allen Vance Arnold Cheryl Arrington Chris Arrington Robert Arrington Harriett Arrowood Tom Arrowood Robert Ashe Buddy Autry Hugh Avera Loyce Avera Jimmy Ayers Willie Baker Virginia Balkcom Marcia Barnes Donnie Barron Sherry Bartlett Robert Baskette Shirley Bass Mike Bassett Carolyn Bateman Raymond Bateman Ronnie Bateman Barbara Bates Cherry Batts Hank Baxter Susanne Baxter Jimmy Bean Bobby Bearden Gene Beasley Marshall Beasley Joyce Bedgood Joe Bell Barbara Bellflower Thomas Bembry Janis Bennett Douglas Benton Bernice Berry Mary Anna Bickel David Blair Glenn Blair Larry Bledsoe Elaine Blessitt Michael Blizzard Larry Boatright Barbara Booker Beverly Bostick Helen Bostick Harry Bowen Pam Bowen Ronnie Bradshaw Patsy Brandon Donald Brannan Donna Branton Charles Bray Elaine Brooks Bryan Brotherton Al Brown Carolyn Brown Claudie Brown Dennis Brown Ronga Brown Harold Bryan Irene Bryant Macky Bryant Pat Bryant Larry Burdett Jack Busbee Henry Butts Harry Cain Paul Caldwell Elizabeth Cameron Roger Carr Dean Carroll Orrin Carstarphen Sherry Carver Marlene Cauley Marvin Cauley Kip Causey Charles Chandler Linda Childre Gina Choff Carol Churchwell Jane Cliatt Darlene Cliett Barbara Cole Johnnie Cole Donnie Coleman Michael Collins Ronnie Collins Sandra Colquitt Sandra Colter Starlette Colter Alice Conner Chery] Cook Sandy Cook Tommy Cook Ann Cooper Joan Copeland Al Copp Barbara Cosenzo Joe Coulter Richard Crochet Rex Dagley Tommy Damron Rita Daniel Glenda Daniels Allan Davis Jinx Delvers Fred Dickson Angie Dominy Ricky Dorman Dennis Dove Elizabeth Drake Rickey Drummond Elizabeth DuBose Tommy DuBose Tommy DuBose Phillip Dunn Stella Dyche Richard Echols Brenda Edwards Paul Edwards Virginia Edwards Wade Elliot David Ellis Connie Ennis Gayle Epps Harold Etheridge Jimmy Etheridge Pam Etheridge Douglas Eubank Larry Evans Wanda Ezell Sharon Fann Mike Fields Raymond Fiveash Picture Not Available Danny Flanders Mike Flanders Bobby Floyd Donald Floyd Benjamin Fowler Veronica Fox James Franklin Bobby Frederick Silva Fuerniss Pat Garrison Barbara Germany Carole Gibson Wayne Gillis Ronnie Gladin Freddie Godfrey Grady Goings Linda Goldsby Linda Goldwire Glenn Goodman Sydena Gray Deanie Graybeal Joe Green Dianne Greene Barbara Griffin Diane Griffin Robert Griggers Glen Grisham Peggy Guin Stan Gunter Bobby Haggard Diana Hall Evelyn Hall Myra Hall Russell Hall Debbie Hallifield Sue Hallman Cheryl Hamlin Ray Hamlin Jackie Hammock Lynda Hardy Mike Harper Linda Harris Lynn Harwell Charles Haun -» bP Greg Helmuth Tommy Hendrick Jimmy Hightower Henry Hill Johnny Hinesley Roger Hobbs John Holland Sandra Holland Frankie Hollingsworth Brenda Holton Bonnie Horne Ray Horne Carolyn Jones Kenneth Jones Roy Jones Sandy Jones Vicki Jones Brenda Jordan Teresa Joyce Steve Judson Donna Justus Nancy Kakalecik Worley Kellum Linda Kelly Sandy Kelly Danny Kennedy Barney Kinard Woodrow King Patsy Knight Prentice Knight Janet Kull Ronnie Lambert Vivian Land Jean Lavender Alice Lawrence Gary Lawson Mildred Leaptrot Sharon Lee Joy Leonard Marty Leverett Picture Not Available Linda Horner Donald Howard Andrew Hudson Roger Hudson Toni Hudson Ray Huff Patsy Hughes Terri Hughes Johnny Hulett Wanda Hulett Brenda Hunnicutt Kenneth Hunt Billie Irvin Bo Jackson Connie Jackson Robert Jackson Terry Jackson Rose Mary Jarrett Ruth Jenkins Elizabeth Johnson Jackie Johnson Jean Johnson Linda Johnson Nancy Johnson Pam Johnson Steve Johnson Sue Fran Johnson Wayne Johnson Picture Not Available Wanda Lewis Elaine Livingston Shirley Loftin Lester Lord Terry Lord Coleman Lovejoy Mike Luzier Janet Madden Dickie Maddox Stevenson Manghan Cullie Mann Gwen Manning Dianne Martin Warren Martin Bobby Marshall Thomas Mason Diane Maye Beverly McBride Judye McBryant Sandra McCall Earline McGee Donny McMillan Ernie Meadows Sandra Meek Lin Merchant T im Miley Charles Miller Ed Miller Peggy Mille: tocky Mills Gayle Milstead Sue Mitchell Jane Molton Gayla Moncrief Judy Monthie Kenneth Moore Terry Moore Frank Moracco Darrell Moye Bobby Murphy Chipper Murphy Randy Murchison Tim Murrell Luretta NeSmith Rachel NeSmith Mercedes Neves Bonnie Ozburn Tony Paez Tommy Parker Mike Parmalee Cynthia Parrish Doug Patterson Diane Patykula Sheila Payne Ronnie Peacock Rosemary Pearce Jerry Peavy Patsy Peavy Linda Pelty Margaret Phillips Tim Philpot Donna Picklesimer Corethia Pierce Elaine Pilcher Hazel Pittman Hugh Ann Polivick Dot Powell Glenda Powell Larry Powell Rodney Pridgeon Betty Jean Proctor Patty Prunty Kenny Railey Genie Rainey Linda Sue Reed Joanne Riddlemoser Phyllis Ridley Wayne Rigby Larry Riggins Linda Riggs Jean Roberson Miriam Roberts Clarence Rogers Steve Rogers Wade Rountree Richard Rowell Janice Ryan Vernon Ryle Stanley Sams James Sanderlin Jimmy Sandiford Linda Sanner Leonard Sark Linda Savage Mickey Scandlyn Verna Schultz Margaret Scott Mavis Scott Sharon Scott Pattye Self Sandra Sellars Elliot Sellers Kay Sellers Harvey Sexton Vic Shaw Allen Sheppard Joe Sherwood Joe Shirling Bobby Shore Jean Shouse Don Shreve Charlie Shupe Picture Not Available Carolyn Shurling Patricia Singletary Howard Siple Darlene Sirmans Brenda Smith Candy Smith Jimmy Smith Judy Smith Judy Smith Le Roy Smith Ronnie Smith Tommy Smith Vic Smith Linda Spann Elaine Spillers Patsy Spires Judy Sprinkle Loretta Stanfield Steve Stavely Delores Stephens Judy Stevens Fred Stinson Harris Stokes Barbara Suddeth Carl Summers Delores Sutton Judy Swann Faye Sweat Joanne Tamplin Charlotte Taylor Judy Thames silly Thigpen Melissa Thomas Jerry Thompson Peggy Thompson Kathy Thrift Sandra Tillman Delinda Tomberlin Johnny Touhy Andy Trimble Ralph True Grady Tye Jeff Underwood Melvin Usery R. M. VanBuren Billy Vaughn Linda Vaughn Linda Venable Wanda Vickers Darryl Villwock Sue Voellinger La Don Walker Patsy Waller Bonnie Ward Larry Wesson Jean West Claude Yearwood Charles Zwally Suzanne West Richard Whitfield Tom Wichman Merry Lois Wilburn Gary Wilder Carolyn Williams Doni Williams Duck Williams Jackie Williams James Williams Paul Williams Steve Williams Billy Wilson Jack Wilson Jo Ann Wilson Hiram Windham Patsie Winslette Gloria Witherington Billy Wood Ronnie Wood Len Woodard Linda Wright Ann Wrye Christine Yates PRESIDENTS: JAMES HOLLAND, MARY ANN YOUNG; VICE-PRESI- DENTS: LESLIE RUSSELL, BOYCE ABERNATHY nk, oe rt age HEH “Sz tH. SECRETARIES: ROSBY McKENZIE, BRENDA STOKES; TREASURERS: KAY COOPER, JUNIOR BOSTICK. Sophomores Officers HY i i DIRECTORS: MARTHA ANN JANSEN, JUDY STRICKLAND, IRIS HILL, SUSAN McDANIEL, IRENE HARRISON. Boyce Abernathy Larry Adams Randy Thomas Ainsworth Phyllis Alexander Ralph Alligood Charles Almand Bennie Ames Jack Archer Sandy Archibald Eleyce Ard Nesbit Armour Cary Arnold Earl Arnold George Asbell Danny Ashley Pat Avera Wanda Avera Jo Baggs Jerry Bagley Brenda Bailey Danny Baker George Balkom Butch Barlow Sandra Barrentine Kay Baskette Pat Bass Billy Batchelor Larry Bateman Jackie Batts Sue Baxter Priscilla Belger Reta Mae Bell Tim Bellury Jean Bembry Cherry Benson Cecil Bentley Noel Lewis Bevil ; Devereaux Bieber Picture David Bilderback Not Nita Black Available Heidi Blackwell Pam Blair Dawn Blalock David Bledsoe Don Blount Frankie Boatwright Larry Bolden Bill Boney Bivi Boothe Junior Bostick Millie Bounds Mickey Boutwell Larry Bowen Margie Bowen Martha Bracewell Ouida Branan Edwin Brannon Mirriel Brantley Candy Brewer Libby Britt John Brogden Cassey Brooks Estel Brown Jeanette Brown Russel Brown Sharron Brown Susan Brown Ralph Bruce Alan Bryan Edwin Bryan Theresa Bryan Sonny Bryant Terry Buffington Mary Joyce Burdge Wayne Burgess Danny Busbee Chery! Butts Wayne Byrd Andrew Cameron Eddie Cannon Patsy Cantey Gail Carden Donna Carpenter Carolyn Carr Linda Carter Robyn Casey Nancy Cason Junior Cato Brenda Causey Faye Chafin Gay Chafin Vicki Chapman Steven Christie Glynn Churchwell Henry Churchwell Vernon Chute Randy Clements Truman Cleveland Linda Sue Cliett Stanley Clifford Mike Clinard Rita Clower Jacquita Coleman Arlie Collins Carolyn Collins Doug Collins Edith Collins James Collins Eugene Cook John Cook Byron Cooper Connie Cooper Dianne Cooper Kay Cooper Donna Copeland Mark Coopock Danny Couch Bobby Courtney Relda Cox Don Cranford Will Cranford Judy Crawley Randy Crowe Rita Crutchfield Susan Cummings Rita Daniel Dene Daniel Cindy Darity Jimmy Davidson Allene Davis Henry Davis Jean Davis Ronnie Davis Starr Davis Tommy Davis Gary Dean Gordon Dechman Dianne Deese Jimmy DeFoe Jimmie Deloach B. K. Denham Rena Dent Diane Dix Sherry Dixon Gregory Dominy Reggie Dominy Ronnie Dopson Jimmy Douglas Diane Driggar Ronnie DuLong Billy Durden Bubber Durden Stewart Earnest Jerry Edge Brenda Edwards Lynda Edwards Mary Ellen Edwards Ronnie Elliott David Ellis Randy Ellis Shirley Ellis Bobby Elsasser Norma Ann English Tommy English Patsy Ennis Jack Evans Connie Ewing Ruth Faircloth Walter Faulkner Jane Fitsmaurice Royce Folds Nora Forth Linda Foster Scott Fowler Mary Jean Franklin Jack Freeman David Fuller Janice Fulwood Victor Funth Patt Funderburke Rose Gall Gina Garrison Clair Gaultney Martin Gay Patricia Gentry Phyllis Gilley Bobby Gilmore Beth Godbee Linda Goldwire Ronald Goodwin Wayne Grace Kenney Grant James Grantham Bonnie Gray Jo Anne Gray Mary Beth Greene Theresa Greer Bobby Griffin Mike Griffin Ann Griffith Arthur Gunnells Allen Haddock Echo Halstead LaVerne Hamlin James Hamm Wayne Hammock Vivian Hancock Nancy Hane Mike Hardison Jerry Hardy Al Ray Harper Linda Harrell Robbye Harris Tommy Harris Frank Harrison Irene Harrison Jewell Hart Linda Hawkins Mona Hayes Ruthie Hayes John Head Skeet Heard Dianne Heath Thomas Heath Sharon Hemphill Brad Henderson Linda Hendricks Janey Henry Billie Jo Hewell Iris Hill Selyne Hill Tommy Hinson Freddie Holland Georgia Holland James Holland Lynn Holmes Mike Hood Brenda Horne Cheryl Horne Thelma Horton Janane Howard Linda Howard Ronnie Howard Beverly Howard Linda Hudman Leon Hudson Glenn Huling Jackie Hunnicutt Juddy Hunt Marsha Hunt Gary Hutcheson Ronnie Hutcheson Sheryl Hutcheson Sandy Hyder Ann Ingram Karole Irby Aurye Jackson Dianne Jackson Ronnie Jackson Ruddie Jacobs Wilburn James Martha Ann Jansen Jan Jarrell Laddie Jennings Gary Jerkins Bobby Johns Carl Johnson Charles Johnson Janet Johnson Ken Johnson Linda Johnson Lindsey Johnson Martha Johnson Sandra, Johnson Steve Joiner Donald Jones Donny Jones Jimmy Jones Linda Jones Ronald Jones Elaine Jordan Diane Jump Patrick Keenan Becky Kent Stanley Kimball Mary Jo Knowles Carey LaFavor Hugh Laing Prentice Lamb Donald Lance Gary Lance Ronald Lance Linda Land Michael Landford Teresa Landino James Landrum Jerry Langford Julian Lashley Terry Lawson Gail Layson Tina Leonard Corrine Leverette Jim Lewis Donnie Lindsey Ronnie Lindsey Tommy Loftin Mickey Loper Nita Lovejoy Harold Lumley Marvin Mangrum Larry Marshall Shirley Marshall Robert Martin Sandra Martin William Martin Tommy Mask Toni Mask Steve Mason Charles Massey Larry Matthews Ronnie Maxwell Edna Mayfield Ken McBride Susan McBride Carl McCollough Robert McCollum Susan McDaniel Linda McDonald Curtis McDougald Becky McGlohorn Joe McGrotha Peggy McInvale Linda McKee Rosby McKenzie Teresa McKinney Freda McLarty Kathy McMillan Mike McMillan Yvonne McMillan Pamela McPhail Donnie Meeks Gloria Meeks Barry Melton DeWitt Melton Keith Meredith Becky Merritt Ralph Merritt Woody Mewborn Vicki Middlebrooks Betty Miles Wanda Mims Alecia Minshew Thomas Richard Misinio Donna Mitchem Angelyn Mock Peggy Moore Pleas Moore Jody Moorman Curtis Morris Tommy Morris Kenneth Mosely Marjorie Mosely Marvin Mott Muriel Moulton Lynn Moye Jordan Mulling Baynard Mullis John Mullis Myra Mullis Edward Munson Linda Musgrove Sidney Franklin Myers Fred Newberry Ann Nelson John Newton Carol Nix Linda Nobles Rick Nobles Betty Norris Francis Nowell David Nowell Carol Oakley Linda O’Barr Jayne Ogburn Marvin Ogle Linda O’Hanlon Carolyn Overby Jim Overby Marvin Parham Derrell Parker Pearl Parks Mike Parmalee Judy Parrott Jack Patterson Cynthia Payne Theresa Pearce Ronnie Pelt Sue Ann Peterson Lynda Pierce Tommy Pilcher William Clayton Pilcher Marian Piper Sandra Pittman Donald Pitts Janice Pitts J. 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Poole Pat Poole Sharon Poole Larry Pope Faye Porter Tommy Porter Joe David Potts Eddie Poulnott Jo Ann Price Joel Price Linda Price Margaret Price Pat Price Joe Prince Ken Pritchett Bart Pruett Claude Pulliam Sharon Quinn Linda Rackley Patricia Ragan Sue Raines Linda Ray Katherine Redfearn Ginger Redman Sherry Reed Wayne Lewis Register Mike Reichi Larry Reynolds Dottie Rhodes Linda Ricks Linda Robertson Bob Rodgers Danny Rogers Harrell Rogers Robert Rogers Wayne Rogers Sharon Roland Vivian Roland Charles Rooks Elvis Roquemore Chris Ross Janis Rosson Denny Rowe Frank Ruis Leslie Russell Linda Russell Sheila Ryon Mike Sanders Christine Savage Nancy Savage Ronnie Scandlyn Russell Scanlon Rose Scarborough Brenda Scoggins Rosemary Scott David Seagraves Aylene Self Curlee Self Susan Sellers Larry Sharpless Lynda Shelton Douglas Shepard Carl Sheppard Freda Shines Larry Shipp Sylvia Shore Charles Sims Shirley Slade Mary Lou Slocumb Betty Smith Cheryl Smith Claude Smith Edward Smith Jackie Smith Larry Smith Larry Smith Lynn Smith Mike Smith Mike Smith Sheryl Smith Roger Allen Soper Carl Jerry Spillers Bobby Spivey Connie Stafford Richie Stafford LaVerne Stallings Sandra Stanfield Linda Gay Stanford Jerrye St. Clair Lee Stephenson Bennie Stevens Larry Stevens Lynn Stickney Mary Stieber Jean Still Shirley Still Brenda Stokes Dewey Stokes Linda Stokes Robert Stovall Danny Strickland Judy Strickland Gayle Stripling Sandra Swymer Jack Tamplin Gail Tapley Art Taylor Judy Taylor Pam Taylor Sharon Taylor Patricia TeSelle Ray Tharpe Debby Thigpen Robert Thigpen Julian Thigpen Lamar Thomas Jo Ann Thomason Francis Thompson Gloria Thompson Larry Thompson Peggy Tidwell James Toler Phyllis Townsend Janis Trimble Angelia Tucker Ronnie Tucker Rosemary Turner Henry Tye Karen Tyler Rachel Upchurch Sue Ussery Steed Van Cise Kay Voellinger Ann Walker Debbie Walker Donna Walker Janet Walker Larry Walker Brenda Ward Elaine Ward Gerald Ward Sharon Wasden Rebecca Watkins James Webb Richard West Reggie Wheeler Terry Wheeler Tweet Wheeler Larry White Robert G. White Walter Whitehurst Cherri Whiting Linda Whitley David Wilcox Picture Not Available Diane Wilder Benny Williams Brenda Williams Carolyn Williams Jerry Williams Terry Williams Elrid Williamson Steve Willingham Brenda W ilson Darron Wilson Linda Wilson Monty Wilson Peggy Wilson Sheila Wilson Beverly Witherington Pam Witherington Jimmy Wolff Jewell W ood Margaret Wood Natalie Wood Sandi Wood Silvia Woodward Linda Worell Tony Yacobacci Darrell Young Mary Ann Young Jimmie Zwally John Zodum PRESIDENT VICE. STEPHANIE PRESIDENT STEPHENSON VICKI FUNDERBURKE — A WANDA FLANDERS ELDRIDGE SECRETARY TREASURER Freshman Class Officers and Directors a ee | oa » || o 2 t Wi ' HH rv f s ee ir; Dayle Rowland, Sherry Colson, Roslyn Tomberlin, Sandra Asbell, Elaine Epps. Ken Abel Gloria Adams Rosemary Alfirov David Algea Frankie Anderson Robert Anderson Richard Andrews Zenephia Annis Wayne Ard Barbara Arnold Janet Arnold Henry Arrington Charles Asbell Sandra Asbell James Atkinson Terry Austin James Avera Joe Avera Joyce Avera Ramona Avera James Ayers Wayne Ayers Tommy Baggett Jo Linda Bagwell Dianne Baker Linda Baker Faye Balkcom Harold Balkcom Sharon Barfield Anita Barnes Connie Barnes Betty Barton Freddie Barton Jan Bassett Jo Ann Batchelor Jimmy Bateman Lee Bates Wanda Bates Phillip Batson Bo Batts Not Available Gail Blount Pat Boatright Alan Bolden Larry Bolden Norman Bonds Mike Bone Sonny Bonner Jimmy Borders Janis Bowen Penny Bozeman Gloria Branan Ester Bridger Faye Bridger Jean Bridger Jimmy Brooks Judy Brooks Ann Brown Elaine Brown Mike Brown Fred Browning Joyce Batts Wanda Bean Phyllis Beavers Steve Beck Martha Belflower James Bell Johnny Bell Glen Belson Marty Bembry Clara Bennett Tommy Bennett Andy Bensey Howard Benson Lynn Berryhill Diane Bevins Dana Bilderback Dorcille Bledsoe Richard Bledsoe Albert Blizzard Diane Blondeau Trudy Carroll Barbara Carter Andy Causey Gail Causey Glenda Chambers Lynwood Chambers Linda Chamblee Sheila Chapman Chery! Chaput Darrell Cheek Jimmy Cherry Johnnie Cheves Sandra Choff Jackie Clarke Greg Cleveland Marie Cliatt Brenda Clifford David Clinard Hugh Cline Cary Cloud Kenneth Brownlee Jolyn Broxton Gena Bryant June Bryant Wanda Bryant Dianne Bullard Diane Bullock Debby Burdeshaw Malcoln Burgamey Brenda Burnley Gloria Bussell Dalton Butts Cheryl Caldwell Barbara Cameron Larry Camp Chuck Cannon Ronnie Carmichael Emily Carr James Carr Ronnie Carr Robert ¢ ohen Walter Cody Jesse Collins Sherry Colson Buford Colvin Neal Cook Felicia Cooley Charles Cooper Ronnie Cooper Ross Cooper Wayne Crabb Tommy Cravey Carol Crissey Henry Crosby Chuck Cross Dana Cross Wayne Crumley Jack Culpepper Stanley Damron Ricky Daniel Brenda Darley Pat Darling Roger Davidson Deena Deal Al DeCastro Ronny DeFoe Helene Dennis Kenneth Dent Mike Digby Kenneth Dixon Sandra Doolittle Terry Dorsey James Dove Faye Dowd Donna Dunn Raymond Dupree Henry Durden Paul Durden Robert Durden Ronald Eaverson Barbara Edwards Gary Elder Ann Eldridge Patsy Ellington Faye Elliott Wanda Elliott Dennis Ellis Bill Elrod Judy Elrod Lamar Elrod Linda Ely George Emerick Rebecca Emerson Susan English Larry Entrekin Billy Epps Elaine Epps Dewey Evans Donny Evans James Evans Sherry Evans Evelyn Ezzell Jimmy Ezzell Randy Fair Barbara Faust Ronnie Fincher Barry Fitzpatrick Brenda Fiveash Reid Flanders Bobby Flanders Wanda Flanders Danny Floyd Jerry Floyd Steve Floyd Wayne Folds James Foster Peggy Foster Barbara Foskey Danny Francis Lola Fraser Dean Goodman Bill Goodner Ronald Goodwin Timothy Goodwin Margaret Grace Jack Graham Kathryn Grant Sheryl Grant Carolyn Green Lake Greene Harvard Griffin Ronald Griffin Thomas Griffin Joe Griggers Mike Groves Edward Haddock Linda Hall Vivian Hallmark Barbara Hamlin Gail Hamlin Jimmy Freeman James Friedlander Jane Frost Robert Foster Lin Fulcher Ann Fuller Brenda Fuller Kenneth Funderburke Vicki Funderburke Russell Furline Janice Gaskins Billy Gibson Reggie Gibson Janis Gilbert Wayne Gilleland Dianne Glisson Mickey Glisson Mike Godfrey Charles Godwin Bobby Goldsby Picture Not Available Peggy Heath Donald Hendrixs Jane Henriques Diane Henry Warren Herbert Patsy Herring Diane Hester Rhonda Hewell Jettye Hicks John Higginbotham Donna Hileman Sandra Hill Harper Hilston Janice Hinson Larry Hobbs Harvey Hobnett Jimmy Hoffeditz Walter Holland Alec Holston Kathy Holt Picture Not Available Jame s Hamm William Hammock Ann Hampton Joseph Hardeman Brady Harbuck Regina Harper Larry Harrell Ashley Harrington Bobby Harris Wayne Harris Deborah Harrison Steve Hartley June Harvey Tony Hasty Karen Hayes Claude Haywood Melanie Haywood Freddie Heard Tony Heard Harvey Heath Kay Holton Brenda Hood Kay Hood Eddie Horne Donny Horton Wayne Horton Daphine Howard Eddie Howard Grover Howard Patricia Howell Patricia Hudson Randy Hudson Lynn Hughes Jerry Hulett Kathy Hunnicutt Linda Hunt Peggy Hurley Jean Ingram Carol Jackson Jerry Jackson Se | Picture Not Available Randy Jackson Ronnie Jackson Leta Jaglowicz Dick Jansen Phyllis Jeffers Sandy Jenkins Frankie Johns Brenda Johnson Christelle Johnson Dean Johnson Oscar Johnson Billy Jones Chuck Jones Ronald Jones Wayne Jones Diane Jordon Linda Jordon Ronnie Keller Pam Kinard Johnnie King Larry King Wanda King Linda Kitchens Susan Knight Richard Krysalka Alan Laing Bruce Lamb Jerry Lamb Lynn Lambert Ronnie Lampkin F ¢ S, ¥ Poe OAD AG. 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The Ramscott Staff, perhaps more so than any other organization, is faced with the huge responsibility to the student bodies of both Willingham and McEvoy. The annual editors must strive to make the Ramscott interesting as well as informative to each individual stu- dent. Being a staff member is not only an honor, but also a challenge. Long hours are spent learning how to prepare each section, and even longer hours in the actual preparation. When the final product, the Ramscott, is dis- tributed to the student bodies of McEvoy and Willingham, our work is over! CLASSES EDITORS and Jane Windham. EDITORS-IN-CHIEF—Sue Boyles and Mike Ford ORGANIZATION EDITORS—Nancy Hicks and Mike Blizzard FEATURE EDITORS— Gayle Bennett and Wal- COPY EDITORS—Charles Ross and Mary Jane ter Garret Epps SUPERLATIVE EDITORS—Jimmy Lambert and TYPISTS—Doris Mitchell and Patricia Bateman Darlene Durden ACTIVITIES EDITORS—Adecia Pierce, Billy Horton; ASSISTANT EDITOR—Terry Moore LAY-OUT EDITORS—Anna Marie Stone and ART EDITORS—Paula Holston and Allen Davis Virgil Cooper 151 PHOTOGRAPHERS—tTrudy Shearon, Jane Jordon, Lorraine Lewis SPORTS EDITORS—Sharon Hewell, Garrie Brewer, Robert AD LAY-OUT EDITORS—Rex Kaney, Joy Avera, Philip Dunn Benson “Can’t you do anything right?!” Ramscott Business Staff Finances ; x0 OR |e | raat a Annual i ae ae W355 BUSINESS MANAGERS: Pat Pape, Harry Amerson, Pat Prince. Sue Irby, Bennett Chapman, Sally Hollo- man. Judye Head, Elbert Chute, Rex Kaney, Danny Kennedy. Paula McPherson, Elaine Slappey, Buford Shurling, Denton Bryant. To produce an annual, we must have sufficient funds. The Macon firms are always willing to help us financially. Selling ads gives the members of the business staff an op- portunity to become acquainted with the professional men of the city. This year’s staff has worke d diligently to make this Ramscott a success; they sold more ads than in previous years—and enjoyed doing it! Rampage Staff The Rampage Editorial Staff has the responsibility of writing, editing, and compiling stories and articles for the Rampage, Willingham’s school newspaper. The staff is aided in its work of writing the stories by the Junior Journalism Class. The Rampage Editorial Staff, however, is solely responsible for making up the paper. Assignments must be made to the Journalism Class, members of the Editorial Staff must write stories and columns, the stories must be compiled, and the final layout of the paper must be made. After the paper is printed, the Circulation Editor distributes individual copies to the supervisions, and to neighbor schools for sale to their students. [ws Mr. Fred Johnson, Principal; Buddy Sherman, Editor-in-Chief; Charles Wi lli ngh am -MckK voy Ross, Managing Editor; Gary Walker, Advertising Manager; Robert Benson, Art Editor; Gary Smith, Asst. Copy Editor; Emmett Goodman, T Copy Editor. Notebook s ’ Léa J J 4 li Terry Colson, Asst. Circulation Manager; Marshall Beasley, Cir- culation Manager; Guerry Doolittle, Business Manager; Oney Hudson, Asst. Business Manager; Ricky Payne, Circulation Manager; Doug Patterson, Asst. Circulation Manager; Charles Sandra Griffin, Phillip Self, Peacock, Exchange Editor. Buddy Sherman, Carol Ann Bryan, Donna Sue Mondy. Charles Ross, Runnell Short, Douglas Patterson. Each Wednesday night, the Willingham-McEvoy Notebook reports the happenings around our schools. News of clubs, sports, and other activities keep Lassies and Rams up-to-date. Records are played for campus couples who request favorite songs. Reporters for the program are chosen from the Journalism classes of each school. ’ " Tween Teens Reporters One of the most profitable jobs that newspaper staff members can obtain is “”Tween Teens” Reporter. These writers are the only members of the “Bonnie Blue Print” or “Rampage” staffs who receive com- pensation for their articles. Each Sunday, write-ups appear on this designated page to give McEvoy and Willingham news to the people of Macon. This year’s reporters have seen that we were well represented. Joe McDaniel, Sports Editor; Billy Horton, Asst. Sports Editor; Marvin Roberts, Asst. Sports Editor; Val Hallman, Columnist; Richard McCullough, Asst. News Editor; Philip Self, Asst. Feature Editor; Bobby Sykes, News Editor; Jimmy McGahee, Asst. Feature Editor; Bobby Humphries, Asst. News Editor; Walter Garrett, Feature Editor. Bonnie Blue Print Editorial Staff Helps Make School Life Complete. Kay Harrington, News Editor; Elaine Howard, Editor-in- Chief; Sheila Waters, Managing Editor. The editorial staff of a news- paper is responsible for its entire construction. Staff members in- clude editors for news, features, art, and layout as well as column- ists and photographers. Without the Bonnie Blue Print, life at Me- Evoy would be incomplete. Putting a paper together is no easy task. As circulation day nears, the girls have to work even harder than usual to get Bonnie put together. When the day arrives, however, the approving comments from pleased Bonnie subscribers make the job well worth the effort. We are proud of our newspaper and our staff. Seated: Roslyn Hall, “Hop Scotch” Editor; Barbara Goldstein, Exchange Editor; Nancy Charlotte Moore, “Leading Lassies” Editor; Mayne, “Leading Lassies” Editor; Sandra Anne Cryer, Reporter; Standing: LaVane Dodson, “Lassies O’Yore” Editor; Cheryl Blair, “Bagpipe Notes” Editor; Glenda Smith, “Wee Cues” Editor; Sandra Mc- Bryant, Photographer. Lean, “Scotch Tape” Editor. Seated: Gail Joiner, Reporter; Judy Gay, Page Editor; Shirley Arrington, Art Editor; Carolyn Byrd, Page Editor; Judy Moore, Sports Editor; Dona Bateman, Feature Editor; Standing: Brenda George, Editorial Assistant; Patti Kell, Page Editor. Bonnie Blue Print Business Staff Sells More SCA wa jie “cs, . Seated: Judy Gay, Dianne Edwards, Carol Patrick; Bennett, Carol Irby, Business Manager. This year’s newspaper business staff is the smallest staff yet, but they sold more adver- tisements than the larger staffs of previous years. Ads did not have to be sold later in the year; they were all sold before the time for the first edition. Each summer the business staff meets to receive contracts and organize into groups to sell ads. Meetings between the advertising editor and the business manager are held to plan the layout of the ads before each issue comes out. As with the Ramscott, the Bonnie Blue Print is financed partly from the sale of ads to Macon businessmen. Ads Than Ever Before! Standing: Chris Davis, Advertising Editor; Blanie Harper, Brenda George, Gayle nan Sse = ==. Seated: Carol Ann Bryan, Patti Kell, Brenda Epps, Circulation Manager; Standing: Runell Short, Beverly McBride, Starlette Colter. Library Club Serves as Student Guide Row 1: Fred Browning, Ronnie Griffin, Harrell Rogers, Larry Entrekin, Mike Wilkerson, Ronnie Scandlyn; Row 2: Terry Buffington, Rodney Pridgeon, Lamar Thomas, James Franklin, Raymond Metts. ris Seated: Ronnie Stulz, President; Bobby Jackson, Vice-President; Mickey Scandlyn, Secretary; Standing: Roger Hudson, Parliamentarian; Larry needed for successful library work. The Library Clubs learn Walker, Program Chairman; Harold Lumley, ; : Treasurer. A thorough knowledge of the Dewey Decimal System is this and all other aspects of reference work so they can help other students use the facilities provided to the fullest degree. Library Club Helps With Cochran Field Library A library is a necessary part of any school. Many of the girls who assist in the library are Library Club members. These girls work in the Cochran Field library in the afternoons. This year some of the girls attended the district meetings as well as the state convention at Camp Jackson. Vicki Chapman, Reporter; Faye Sweat, Historian; Jane Molton, Program Chairman; Joy Kitchens, President; Row 1: Harriet Arrowood, Janet Madden, Joyce Dokes; Row 2: Lisa Yvonne Sanderlin, Vice-President; Joanne Riddlemoser, Nobles, Barbara Jones, Patty Willis, Brenda Williants, Elizabeth Dubose; Secretary; Aurye Jackson, Treasurer; Julie Pouncy, Par- Row 3: Beverly Smith, Shirley Douglas, Donna Picklesimer, Angie liamentarian. Dominy. 157 McEvoy Spanish Club Says i Buenos Dias!- siete ad? MARGARET. mtv: HIGH Senos. dra Griffin, Treasurer; Gail Bennett and Kay Sellers, Program Chairmen. 4 , he cre paren Yin, f OFFICERS: Gina Choff, Secretary; Linda Hardy, be. P ‘ py tone ea 3 Vice-President; Sharon Hewell, President; San- he pag sae. oS an ne eat - . ose 3 cates , 5 ite a First Row: Nancy Hicks, Joy Avera, Sandra McCrane, Jan Durden, Linda Hall, LaVane Blair, Darlene Durden, Paula McPherson, Adecia Pierce, Evelyn Strickland, Lorraine Lewis; Second Row: Sue Boyles, Brenda Edwards, Norma Mason, Garrie Brewer, Elaine Howard, Pam Johnson, Chery] Butts, Bonnie Ozburn, Janet Madden, Cheryl Arrington, Virginia Balkcom. Willingham Spanish Club: i Hola!l- The Spanish Clubs of Willingham and Mckvoy are principally concerned with mastering the fine points of this language. The hard work of this course is spiced with the parties and extracurricular ac- tivities which seem to pervade all classes of this sort. Fiestas and pinatas are generally the case, but once in a while some students find siestas necessary. Left to Right, First Row: Hank Baxter, Wayne Gillis, Harold Etheridge; Second Row: Joe Bell, Tom Arrowood, Henry Butts, Steve Stavely, Mike Parmalee: Third Row: Thomas Damron, Donald Brannan, Jerry Jackson, Joe Coulter, Donald Williams, Jimmy Allen. Guten Tag! From the German Club Seated: Jackie Moorestead, Silva Fuerniss; First Row: Jane Walton, Judy Head, Gail Williamson, Helen Bostick, Norma Jean Graybeal; Wilburn, Sandra Meek, Karole Irby, Audie Schwegman. Latin Club Says Salve! : : =35 iis (Be e OFFICERS: Marian Piper, President; First Row: Wanda Flanders, Linda Pearce, Elizabeth Drake, Patricia Melissa Thomas, Vice-President; Viv- TeSelle, Janet Walker; Second Row: Shirley Ellis, Jan Jarrell, Ellen ian Hallmark, Secretary; Joy Moore, Walker, Linda Kelly, Silvia Woodward. Treasurer. Bonjour! From the French Club The language clubs have as their chief objective the complete mastery of their respective courses. Along with this comes a better understanding of is rs | ae fel = 4 traditions and customs of other countries as well as a more thorough knowledge of our own English language. Seated: Philip Dunn, Vernon Ryle, Bobby Frederick, Patrick Keenan, Mike Fields, Robert Van Buren, Melvin Usery; Standing: Freddie God- frey, Barney Kinard, Mike Bassett, Worley Kellum, Harry Bowen, Tommy Parker, Jimmy Smith. Seated: Fred Newberry, Cary Adams, Skeet Heard, Darrel Moye, Frankie Moracco, Thomas Bembry, Kenneth Moore, Paul Williams; Standing: David Hildebrand, Buddy Robitiszch, Ralph True, Kenneth Jones, David Ellis, Ashley Hawkins, Denton Bryant, Robert Cripe, Richard Layton, Ricky Crocket. 2) a | Bhat fore ————— ————— 4 From Left: Greg Helmuth, Parliamen- tarian; Ronnie Collins, Treasurer; Bricey Lamb, Secretary; Steve Johnson, Vice-President; Tommy Goss, Presi- dent. 4-H Produces State Winner Four-H members exhibit projects in district, state, and national competition. In state competition, McEvoy’s Jane Jordan placed first with her dairy project and was chosen first runner-up in the national competition in Chicago. By working as a 4-H camp counselor for eight weeks during the summer months, 4-H members gain invaluable ex- perience and earn a $300 scholarship. The McEvoy club, working with other 4-Hers in Bibb County, places an exhibit in the fair each year. The members also have numerous community projects. The 1-H Club members generally strive to better themselves and their community through their work. First Row: Diane Wilder, President; Elizabeth Morris, Vice-President; Joy Moore, Secretary; Nancy Cason, Reporter; Second Row: Marsha Sisk, Freida Shines, Jean Ingram, Susan Maddox, Jane Frost, Lynn Hughes, Debra Lake, Susan Durden, Lisa Nobles, Gail Cheves, Rosanna Nowell. 4-H Projects Represent Learning Plus Hard Work First Row: Wade Elliott, Michael Collins, Denton Bryant, Paul Caldwell, Jerry Edge, Roger Hobbs, Mike Bassett, Harry Bowen, Ray Huff, Ralph Merritt, Tommy Parker, Robert Maddox; Second Row: Bill Van Dyke, Billy Jones, Johnny King, Wayne Jones, Murray McLean, Danny Lucas, Edward McElhenny, Gary Lance, Ricky McWilliams, James Borders, Robert Griggers, Jimmy Cherry. OFFICERS: Mike Smith, Reporter; Junior Bostick, Secretary; Fred Newberry, Presi- dent; Ronnie Defoe, Vice-President; Mike Bone, Reporter. Bonnie Gardeners Improve School Grounds The Bonnie Gardeners create interest in horticulture and improve the school grounds. This year they have planted pansies, and also pines, dogwood, redbud and teadire trees. The club members plan to beautify the slope next to the gym. The gardeners attended a workshop at which they studied fresh flower arrangements. The Bonnie Gardeners are an active and useful EcEvoy Club. OFFICERS: Rosemary Turner, Natalie Wood, Jeanne Smith, Jo Ann Price, Glenda Daniel. Bonnie Gardeners help beautify McEvoy school grounds. First Row: Juanice Hall, Patricia Davis, Trudy Carroll, Jean Fleming, Freda Shines, Jean Bridger; Second Row: Cheryl Butts, Melba Young, Sherma Mathews, Juanita Pipkin, Vivian Hancock, Sharon Scott. fF 19% | 1? rue First Row: Duke Lindsey, President; Oney Hudson, Vice- First Row: Steve Hudson, Jimmy Jackson, Larry Ballard, Cary Stokes; President; Alfred Morris, Secretary; Leon Hudson, Treas- Second Row: Billy Jones, Bobby Marshall, Danny Smith, Bradley urer; Second Row: Mr. Simmons, Advisor; Bryan Shelton, Marshall. Chaplain; Dewey Stokes, Reporter; Johnny King, Sen- tinel; Danny Smith, Parliamentarian. 161 “When Is Beta Tapping? When Do We Leave for Beta Convention?” Row 1: Gayle Hartley, Wanda Garrett, Brenda George, Kay Harrington, Elaine Howard, Joy Kitchens, Ronnie Simpson, Sandra Griffin, Nancy Hicks; Row 2: Jane Windham, Sharon Hewell, LaVane Blair, Darlene Durden, Gayle Bennett, Chery] Dent, Joy Avera, Connie Evans, Betty Jean Woodward, Mary Jane Epps, Pat Prince, Sandra Meeks; Row 3: Kathleen James, Carolyn Butler, Diane Carter, Jackie Meeks, Linda Hurley, Marsha Bolton, Gail Williamson, Donna Hattaway, Adicia Pierce, Patricia Bateman. These are two questions frequently asked by enthusiastic Beta members. The day of Beta tapping is frantic, as well as exciting for those who have the pleasant task before them. First there is the desperate search for who is to be tapped; then finally the tapping and the screaming begin. The three days spent in Atlanta at Beta convention are fun and profitable for individual clubs and for the state organization. Election campaign spirit is felt by all. The new tutoring service sponsored by Beta Club has helped many girls improve their grades. Any girl who is having difficulty in a subject may get help from Beta members. Senior Beta members who are in good standing are eligible to have a gold seal placed on their diplomas. Money is raised for scholarships for Senior members from the sale of mints. This activity is done several times each year. Sue Boyles, Sergeant-at-Arms; Evelyn Strickland, Treasurer; Audie Schwegman, Secretary; Pat Pape, Vice-President; Elaine Carr, President. As members of the Beta Club and as citizens of our community, state, and nation, we believe in and strive to promote the principles of: Honesty Justice Cooperation Responsibility Industriousness Humility Row 1: Bonnie Horne, Jerrie Alfirov, Wanda Lewis, Bitsy Phillips, Carol Gibson, Linda Chari ‘ Riggs, Suzanne West, Barbara Belflower, Sherry Bartlett, Pat Bryant, Judy Thames; harity Row 2: Silva Fuerniss, Sandra Meek, Helen Bostick, Elizabeth Drake, Lin Merchant, Patricia Singletary, Joy Leonard, Sandra Colquitt, Gloria Witherington, Carolyn Shurling, Sue Mit chell; Row 3: Carolyn Brown, Barbara Bates, Kay Sellers, Linda Vaughn, Patsy Brandon, Mildred Leaptrot, Janet Kull, Patsy Peavy, Sue Fran Johnson, Delinda Tomberlin. Beta Accents Achievement Beta Club is a nationwide organization for students of advanced scholastic ability. Upon graduation, each member of Beta receives the Beta seal on his diploma. This seal can mean a great deal to the member’s pros- pective employer. Each year Willingham Beta Club sponsors a college night for students of the Middle Georgia area, with all schools invited to attend. This year’s college night was a huge success, with over four hundred students at- tending. Beta’s main objectives are recognition of outstanding scholastic ability and informative aids to college pros- First Row: Richard McCullough, Charles Ross, Mickey Scandlyn, David pects. Blair, Claudie Brown, Prentice Knight, Gary Lawson, Danny Kennedy; Second Row: Tommy Hendricks, Bobby Humphries, Gary Smith, Donnie Coleman, Philip Self, Bobby Sykes, La Don Walker, Jimmy Hightower; Third Row: Freddie Godfrey, Terry Moore, Buford Sharling, Virgil Cooper. a +S Row 1: Frankie Hollingsworth, Larry Powell, Tommy Mason, Jerry Peavy, Kenneth Hunt; Row 2: Harvey Sexton, Stanley Gunter, Richard Layton, Val Hallman, Mike Blizzard, Orrin Carstarphen. Oney Hudson, Treasurer; Walter Gar- rett, President; Billy Horton, Vice- President; Emmett Goodman, Secretary. Junior Beta Club a —y First Row: Bill Goodner, Bernie Shephard, Albert Blizzard, Gary Tommy Bennett, President; Dick Jansen. Vice- Elder, Jimmy Lovejoy; Second Row: Bart Pruett, Billy Epps, President; Mike Digby, Secretary: Grover How- Ronnie Wallace, Danny Register, Cary Cloud, David Rodgers, ard, Treasurer. ae 7 Donnie Horton; Third Row: Greg Cleveland, Sonny Haywood, Alan Laing, Larry Thigpen, Randy Jackson, Steve Sark, Jerry Lamb; Absent: Jerry Williams. 163 Senior Dramatics Helps With Halftime Shows Senior Dramatics is intended for students interested in theatrical work or possessing considerable acting ability. Senior Dramatics cultivates this ability and refines it for those interested in a theatrical career. Senior Dramatics serves the school by putting on informative skits and raises funds for the senior class by putting on an annual Senior Play. This year Senior Dramatics also sponsored a study habits skit and aided the Willingham Pride of Dixie Marching Band in several halftime shows. | a | gfe em unesicre SENIOR DRAMATICS OFFICERS: Row 1: Lorraine Lewis, President; Gail Williamson, First Vice-President; Veronica Simpson, Second Vice-President; Andrea Furline, Secretary; Beverly McBride, Treasurer; Norma Jean Gray- beal, Chaplain. Row 2: Robert Scarbrough, President; Dwight Tyler, First Vice-President; Jimmy Drawhorn, Sec- ond Vice-President; Ralph Merritt, Secretary; Sonny Har- rison, Treasurer; Larry Keys, Sergeant-at-Arms. Row 1: Carol Bateman, Doris Mitchell, Emily Loden, Judy Waits, Sue Baxter, Judy Sprinkle, Linda Coe, Bonnie Krewson, Lin Merchant, Patti Claney; Row 2: Trudy Shearon, Audie Schwegman, Sandra McCrane, Pam Whittington, Patsy Peavy, Cynthia Dominy, Lyn Moxley, Linda Shipp, Angelyn Mock, Dene Daniells, Martha Bracewell, Wanda Avera, Carol Ann Mullis, Sandra Furline, Chery] Dent; Rou 3: Tommy Wood, Eddie Miller, Steve Mason, Philip Moore, Worley Kellum, Mike Reich, Richard Stafford Row 1: Karen Wall, Patsy Mason, Brenda Wilson, Jane Lavender, Sharon Simpson, Judy Robinson, Brenda Smith, Sharon Ar- nold, Pat Bryant, Susanne West, Candy Smith, Star- lette Colter, Bonnie Ward, Sandra Sellars; Row 2: Jean Baxter, Cheryl God- win, Diane Nelms, Donna Hattaway, Mercedes Neves, Elaine Brooks, Barbara Bellflower, Sheila Payne, Toni Hudson, Wanda Lewis, Margaret Phillips, Peggy Thompson, Sherry Bartlette, Joanne Wilson: Row 3: Pat Sealy, Donnie Meeks, Bobby Courtney, Al Copp, Grady Goings, Harry Cain, Donald Jones, Terry Lawson, George Collins, David Bledsoe. Andrea Shiver. | 64 Jr. Dramatics Promotes. Interest in Drama June Bryant, Program Chairman; Janice Hinson, President; Rosemary Peacock, Vice-President; Patricia Magouirk, Secre- tary; Vicki Funderburke, Treasurer. The Junior Dramatics Club is very similar to Senior Dramatics. First Row: Ann Eldridge, Zenephia Annis, Lynn Its chief function: to bring out acting abilities in the members Horton, Diane Wright, Sharon Long, Sally Wilder, and create interest in drama. Joyce Avery, Gina Roberts, Paula Lewis, Nancy to instill in the other students the value of dramatics in a well-rounded Martin: Second Row: Martha Ann Hinson, Donna : Fulford, Mildred Mullis, Faye Balkcom, Mary Carol education. Tyson, Debbie McMillan, Brenda Johnson, Pat Turner, Janice Sapp, Frances Scott, Sandra Woodell, Trudy Carroll, Jackie Clark, Rosy Alfirov, Diane Blondeau, Marsha Middlebrooks. The activities and the programs tend Thespians: Outstanding Workers in Dramatics Thespians is a dramatics honor society. Membership is bestowed on those who earn the required one hundred points given for writing, playing a part in, or attending plays as well as working behind scenes. One point is given for every hour spent in dramatics work. At the end of the year an honor Thespian is chosen from the members by the National Thespian Council. Last spring Veronica Simpson received the award. ' Julia Pouncy, Judye Head, Secretary-Treasurer; Norma Jean Graybeal, Mercedes Neves, Beverly McBride, Buddy Sherman, Elaine Carr, Gail Coleman, Andrea Furline, President-Vice President; Melissa Thomas, Veronica Simpson. Willingham Student Council Represents You! 2 a we 4 Student Council provides a representative form of government for the — student body of Willingham. The Student Council has the task of maintaining accurate records of all school club activities. Also, Student Council promotes higher standards of honesty, courtesy, and loyalty, thereby safeguarding the reputation of our school. wi Thomas Mason, Secretary; Charles Ross, President; Claudie Brown, Vice-President; Joe McDaniel, Treasurer. First Row: Duke Lindsey, Ronnie Bateman, Ronnie Stultz, Walter Garrett, Fred New- berry, Terry Colson, Mike Parmalee; Second Row: Bennett Chapman, Robert Scar- borough, Tommy Goss, Ricky Payne, Buddy Sherman, Charles Peacock, Billy Horton, Gary Lawson; Third Row: Steve Johnson, James Holland, Dennis Crowell, Oney Hudson. Willingham Junior High Student Council OFFICERS: Seated: Ronnie Wallace, Mark Perry; Standing: Jack Culpepper, Randy Jack- son. First Row: Ronnie Carr, Ronnie Griffin, Paul Barnes, Mike Ross, Jimmy Culpepper, Larry Fulford, Barney Smith, Danny Kilgore; Second Row: Philip Snyder, Bill Larkey, Ross Cooper, Groover Howard, Randy Smith, Chuck Cross, Jerry Fincher, Billy Drury; Third Row: James Brooks, Charles Asbell, Warren Carter, Danny Watson, Wayne Arrington, Sammy McElhenney. } 166 Mckvoy Heads Georgia Student Councils This year McEvoy was elected to serve as President of the Georgia Association of Student Councils. The McEvoy President, Audie Schweg- man. also served as state student council President. Of course it is necessary that the president school have an outstanding year of activities as an example for other Georgia high schools. Student Council member- ship cards were sold to all McEvoy students. Such a card enabled the bearer to get a cut rate on Student Council-sponsored activities this year which have included: a dance held after the Ram football victory over Athens: the winter carnival dance. at which a king and queen were crowned; and a spring bazaar in which all school clubs participated by having a booth or other fund-raising project. Delegates, Audie Schwegman and Diane Deese. were sent to the meeting of the Southern Assoication of Student Councils in Monroe, Louisiana. Our active. enthusiastic Student Council has proved that McEvoy is indeed a leader. Audie Schwegman, President; Delinda Tomberlin, Vice-President: Dianne Dees, Secretary; Ann Eldridge, Treasurer. First Row: Marsha Bolton, Sharon Hewell, Gail Williamson, Evelyn Strick- land, Susan McDaniel, Marsha Hunt, 3etty Faye Smith, Janet Kull, Kay Harrington, Joy Kitchens, Paula Mc- Pherson, Muriel Moulton, Elaine Howard, Janice Fullwood; Second Row: Lana Tyre, Sheila Waters, Donna Evancic, Andrea Furline, -. Lorraine Lewis, Sue Fran Johnson, Evelyn Hall, Brenda Horne, Johnnie Cole, Kay Cooper, Lin Merchant, Marian Piper, Carol Bateman, Diane Wilder, Sandra Meeks; Third Row: Janice Sapp, San dra Griffin, Jennifer Durden, Carolyn Sealy, Brenda Smith, Patricia Bateman, Judy Moore, Garrie Brewer, Elaine Carr, Cheryl Hutcheson, Patsy Spires, Pam Blair, Sue Boyles, Mildred Leap- trot, Ros lyn Hall; Fourth Row: Gail Coleman, Gina Choff, Chris Davis, Pat Pape, Pat Prince, Margaret Phillips, Mary Ann Young, Judy Strickland, Lynn Stickney, Marlene Cauley, Susan Brown. Rosemary Turner, Dottie Rhodes. First Row: Dolores Moxley, Sandra Asbell, Esther Bridger, Stephany Stevenson, Rhonda Hewell, Emily Carr, Janice Hinson, Tommie Ann Stowe, Susan McCranie, Priscilla Belger, Judy Aultman; Second Row: Linda Pierce, Bonnie Lee, Vickie Fordham, Libby Tidwell, Peggy Strickland, Alice Hinote, Patsy Arrowood, Janice Walker, Alice King, Susan Shout. Pep Club, Shout! First Row: June Bryant, Gena Bryant, Margaret Grace, Janice Hinson, Tom- mie Ann Stowe, Linda Prince, Susan McCranie, Paula Lewis; Second Row: Judy Averett, Billie Henry, Rhonda White, Libby Dech- man, Susan Gilbert, Fay Morgan, Linda Minter, Shirley Quinn, Pat Boat- right; Third Row: Sharon Nolan, Mary Carol Tyson, Kathie Dunn, Susan Dean, Elaine Lovejoy, Theresa Aultman, Joy Emerick, Jo Ann Russell, Diane Wilder; Fourth Row: Lynn Berry- hill, Pat Ellington, Connie Callaway, Toni Newby, Jaye Harvard, Frances Hamlin, Susan Keyes, Sherry Wad- well, Peggy Strickland, Betty Jo Vollinger; Fijth Row: Connie Dingler, Zen- ephia Annis, Ginger Sea- man, Charlene Wright, Debbie McMillan, Sandra Woodell, Jeannie Thorpe, Rhonda Smith, Dorcille Bledsoe, Judy Reinertson; Sixth Row: Emily Carr, Rosemary Alfiroy, Sandra Rozier, Peggy Cruz, Connie Meins, Gloria DeLoach, Judy Thomas, Sharon Clark, Lin Cox, Patty Young. You may have noticed at Ram ball games that there is a group of students who knows every cheer and always is ready to extend its support to Willingham’s teams. Many of these girls are Pep Club members and some are aspiring cheerleaders. To try out for cheerleader, a girl must be a Pep Club member. Cheers are taught to club members by the cheerleaders. The Pep Club truly believes that “There ain’t no reason why the students can’t scream” so scream they do! First Row: Carolyn Carr, Dene Daniell, Betty Faye Smith, Dianne Drig- gars, Peggy Moore, Betty Miles, Connie Cooper, Cindy Darity, Cheri Pat Prince, President; Chris Ross, Whiting, Jerrie Alfirov; Second Row: Lana Tyre, Ann Cryer, Sheila Vice-President; Marsha Hunt, Sec- Waters, Donna Evancic, Linda Harris, Irene Harrison; Third Row: Carol retary; Sandra McCrane, Treas- Gibson, Candy Smith, Jean Still, Susan McDonald, Relda Jean Cox, urer; Susan McDaniel, Program Cheryl Godwin, Silvia Woodward, Linda Kelly, Brenda Stokes, Sharon 168 Chairman. Quinn, Jane Ogburn, Judy Crawley, Theresa McKinny, Linda Savage. GAA Sponsored Gym é ; 1 J First Row: Paula McPherson, Evelyn Strickland, Jan Durden, Norma Mason: Second Row: Terry Dorsey, Terry Thames, Rhonda Hewell, Martha Ann Jansen, Mickey Loper; Third Row: Charlotte Taylor, Beth Godbee, Kay Cooper, Leslie Russell, Brenda Stokes, Lynda Edwards. “Tf I referee one more game I should have enough points to be in Girls Athletic Association.” This could very possibly have been a statement made by an aspiring GAA member. Points must be earned to qualify for membership and also to obtain a letter for achievement. Student-faculty games are sponsored by GAA each year. Students are First Row: Sharon Hewell, Secretary; Gar- always interested in observing the athletic ability of outstanding faculty rie Brewer, President; Ouida Brannon, Vice- 5 . . . rr °% 77 al rt . | . A " oe ¥ Tre aA — members such as Miss Davis, Miss Weaver, and “Crazylegs” Conner. President; Donna Evancic, Treasurer; Sec- Cym Day is also the project of the clul , ond Row: Dianne Deese, Awards Chairman; xt dese me pee — = , : Sandra Colter, Awards Chairman; Sharon Sweat shirts are sold to raise funds for a scholarship to be given to a Hart, Parliamentarian; Iris Hill, Program senior with outstanding athletic ability. Chairman. Gymnastics Club Performs at Basketball Games Fourteen talented lassies, most of whom are Junior-High girls, make up the gymnastics club. This year the members learned to do difficult backward flips and backward handsprings. The girls performed at several of Willingham’s home basketball games this winter. Ram Club Sponsors Dances After Ball Games First Row: Lana Tyre, Anne Cryer, Adecia Pierce, Sheila Waters, Donna Evancic, Linda Harris, Irene Harrison; Second Row: Gary Smith, Robert Scarborough, ews Coleen, Ricky Payuc, Charlotte Mace, Sonny Harrison, Earl Puckett, Mike Luzier, Doug Eubanks; Third Row: Billy MasirondBetsran, ‘Chavies iveash Hester, Wayne Johnson, Brad Henderson, Emmett Goodman, Ralph Merritt, we — ‘anal Prentice Knight. 169 Willingham Red Cross Sponsors “Stop Polio” Drive The annual membership drive kicked off the 1963- 64 Red Cross year, and it was a tremendous success. Once under way, the club sponsored its Christmas drive for food and clothing for needy people. The club sponsored a Stop Polio drive at Willingham in January. The Red Cross is strictly a school . r . : Jerry Minton, Institutional Repre- sentative; Rodney Pridjeon, Vice- President; Ronnie Bateman, Presi- dent; Tommy Wichman, Treas- urer; Barney Kinard, Secretary. service club and demon- strates this by their activi- ties each year. First Row: Jimmy Deloach, Harold Lumley, Ronald Hutcheson, Donald Jones, Ricky Crochet, Ray Huff, James Lewis; Second Row: Joe Sher- wood, Lynn Hurley, Ronnie Collins, Ralph True, Lemuel Robitzch, Charlie Avera, Ronnie Pelt, Walter Faulkner; Third Row: Paul Williams, Kenneth Moore, George Collins, Jerry Minton, Melvin Ussery, Alan Rogers, Mike Parmalee. McEvoy Red Cross Visits Veterans’ Hospital ees! Fo Le! First Row: Pam Taylor, Jean Davis, Robyn Casey, Connie Graves, Delaine Jarriell, — Brenda Williams; Second Row: Gail Milstead, Elaine Reich, Wanda Mims, Janice Sari Roden, Pecsident: Pere Udadilen, Viex- Hall, JoAnn She pard, Verna Hamm, Lynda Hurley, Jackie Francis, Joyce Pirkle; “ate ‘ ; es = Third Row: Connie Dingler, Sheila Payne, Dianne Cooper, Suzanne West, Sandra President; Paula Holston, Scrapbook; Marcia f ; : rt ase sp Sse Bonnie WI Harta, Secretary: Paula MePhemon, Serap- Asbell, Gena Bryant, J atsy Cantey, Sandra Rozier, Judy Worley, Sonnie W aaley ; = ie te : . Fourth Row: Becky Kent, Mary Anna Bickel, Linda Howard, Dianne Jackson, Kay book; Barbara Booker, Membership; Mary Ann : “ : Harrington, Lyn Lambert. Young, Membership. at The Junior Red Cross for high school students is a part of the Red Cross. McEvoy’s club members this year visited the Veterans’ Hospital in Dublin where they put on a talent show. Another of the Red Cross projects was a scrapbook made by the club to be exchanged for one from a foreign country. The Red Cross has many members throughout the United States and around the world. Junior Red Cross First Row: Wayne Ellis, Joe Griggers, Mike Shulman, Jimmy Lovejoy, Ronnie Marchman, Jimmy McElroy; Second Row: Joey Parham, Presi- Ronnie Yopp, Bobby Harris, Jimmy Cooper, Harvey Heath, dent; Mike Wilkerson, Larry Harrell, Bobby Cheshire; Third Row: Bobby Spinks, Vice-President; Barry Danny Sauls, Dick Jansen, Durwood Sauls, Cary Cloud, Ken- Fitzpatrick, Secretary; neth Dixon, Jimmy Simpson. Howard Benson, Treas- urer. AMCC, Those Aiming for the Field of Medicine The Allied Medical Careers Club sent representatives this year to the AMCC and Future Nurses Clubs of Georgia State Convention, where their scrapbook was entered in competition with others in the state. Members also attended open house at the Medical College of Georgia School of Nursing in Augusta. At one of their meetings, a Demonstrator showed the girls how to administer emergency treat- ment. At Christmas, club members visited rest homes, taking gifts to the residents, and decorated a tree for them. The AMCC also helped with the polio drive. The traditional homecoming “mums” sold for the second year were even prettier than last year’s with the addition of a blue “W” in the center of each flower. Selling “mums” is one of the school’s most successful fund-raising projects. a4 First Row: Carolyn Carr, Sandra Woodell, Joanne Gray, Becky Kent; Second Row: Patsy Brandon, Barbara Martin, Linda Coe, Anne Perry, Linda Hurley; Third Row: Ann Nelson, Dianne Wilder, Margie Bowen, Linda Howard, Wanda Lewis, Mary Lou Slocumb, Sherry Reed, Lorraine Lewis, Sheila Rhine, Nancy Cason. “We are waiting for our mums.” Seated: Paula McPherson, President; Sheila Her- ring, Vice-President; Standing: Judye Head, Secre- tary; Linda Sue Reed, Treasurer; Evelyn Hall, Ways and Means Chairman; Gina Choff, Points Chairman. “Margie, I want that mum!” Key Club Key Club is a nation-wide organization sponsored by the Kiwanis clubs of America. The objectives of the Key Club are to better serve their school and community and to generally strengthen moral fiber. It strives to develop initia- tive, leadership, and character. In the past, Key has always been one of the major clubs sponsoring numerous school activities. The Willingham chapter of Key Club Interna- tional has been a great asset to our young school. Key Club Joe McDaniel, President; Bennett Chapman, Vice-President; Steve John- son, Secretary; Robert Benson, Treasurer; Robert Sherman, Lt. Sweetheart CHARLOTTE MOORE First Row: Johnny Scoggins, Vic Shaw, Bobby Floyd, Ronnie Stultz, Jimmy Smith, Donald Floyd, Tommy Hinson; Second Row: Michael Collins, Gary Hutcheson, Danny Strickland, John Ginn, Steve Joiner. Terry Jackson, Douglas Hayes, Tony” Yocabacci; Third Row: Ronnie Smith, James Collins, Vernon Kyle, Donnie Griffin, James Lambert, James Holland, Marshall Beasley, Greg Helmuth, Boyce Aber- nathy, Doug Patterson. 172 Governor. Quill and Scroll Recognizes Journalists Jane Windham, Vice-President; Kay Harrington, President; Chris Davis, Secretary. Quill and Scroll is an honorary society composed of all members of the Bonnie Blue Print and Ramscott staffs. The President of the society, Kay Harrington, also serves as First Vice-President of the Georgia Scholastic Press Association. The newspaper and annual staff members attend the G.S.P.A. Conference at the University of Georgia in Athens each spring. At this time workshops are held which are very beneficial, and awards are presented for outstanding literary accomplishments. First Row: Brenda George, Mary Jane Epps, Garrie Brewer, Cheryl Dent, Elaine Howard, Sue Boyles, Lorraine Lewis, Pat Prince, Pat Pape, Kathleen James, Nancy Hicks; Second Row: Sharon Hewell, Roslyn Hall, Evelyn Strickland, Gayle Bennett, Shirley Arrington, Darlene Durden, Sandra Griffin, La Vane Blair, Sheila Waters, Adecia Pierce, Annie Cryer. First Row: Trudy Shearon, Paula Hol- ston, Nancy Mayne, Sandra McLean, Donna Sue Mondy, Glenda Bryant, Patricia Bateman, Carol Ann Bryan, Runell Short, Elaine Slappey, Joy Avera, Cheryl Hopkins; Back Row: Dona Bateman, Sandra Dodson, Patti Kell, Cheryl Smith, Carolyn Byrd, Barbara Goldstein, Charlotte Moore, Carol Irby, Brenda Epps, Judy Moore, Judy Gay, Veronica Simpson. Tri-Hi-Y Awarded I ‘Honor AA Club’ } g | Certificate = s , = First Row: Judy Moore, President; Gail Hartley, Vice-President; Sherry Bartlett, Secretary; Second Row: Chris Davis, Treasurer; Bonnie Willard, Chap- lain. One of our busiest clubs, Tri-Hi-Y has a long list of activities and accomplishments. Because of their work, they were awarded the “Honor AA Club” Certificate presented to clubs who earn a required number of points. Points are given for projects, at- tending conferences, and for other activities. Dele- gates trom the McEvoy Tri-Hi-Y attended the Dis- trict Planning Conference, the Officers’ Training Conference, the Youth Assembly (for which the Macon clubs suggested a bill to be passed this year), and the Christian Life Conference. A part of the Young Men’s Christian Association, the McEvoy Tri-Hi-Y and the Miller Senior Tri-Hi-Y hold a P joint banquet each year to announce new officers. First Row: Janey Henry, Carol Irby, Sherry Dixon, B. K. Denham; Second Row: The members of our club have a community project Carolyn Sealey, Runnell Short, Judy Reinertsen, Dorcille Bledsoe, Jean Baxter, and a school project monthly. This year these in- Barbara Gorman, Martha Benner; Third Row: LaVane Blair, Darlene Durden, cluded supplying each supervision with an American Linda Hall, Joy Moore, Joyce Pirkle, Beverly McBride, Carol Ann Bryan, Ann flag, donating books to the library, helping the needy Wilder, Sandra Griffin, Anne Perry, Donna Sue Mondy. at Christmas and the annual Teen Talks. The Teen Talks were held in February and they emphasized the responsibilities of today’s youth. Tri-Hi-Y ac- cepts its responsibility as a service club and serves both McEvoy and the community. Hi-Y Strengthens School Character Strengthening the moral character and improving the overall background of study is the main goal of the Junior Hi-Y. The members of this Christian club exemplify the “good student” and represent the spirit typical of a Willingham Ram. By instituting new ideas, this young club is planning to reach out in an attempt to instill the real purpose of learning in the new students of Willingham. First Row: Louis Friedlander, Jimmy Scoggin, Vic Merriman, Wayne Ellis, Gerald Killgo; Second Row: Gregory Morgan, Tony Easter, Ralph Baggs, Don Miller, Ed Bissonette; Third Row: Earnest Collins, Freddie Cumbess, Randy Smith, Chaplain; Chuck Cannon, Vice- Roby Fuller, Hugh Coleman, Reid Flanders; Fourth Row: Joe Hardeman. President; William Hatcher, President; Steve Jake Myers, Joe Avera, Gilbert Ayers, Paul Woodard, Mike King. Floyd, Secretary; Jimmy Brooks, Treasurer. 174 Mckvoy Y-Teens Expand Eighth, ninth, and tenth grade students now have separate clubs because of the growth of the Y-Teens this year. Juniors and Seniors meet together. McEvoy Lassies may join any of severa Y-Teen Clubs. There are the in-school clubs, the after-school club, and the Sports Club, which i composed of members from Miller as well as McEvoy. Every Macon club elects a representative to the Inter-Club Council. Since it was organized, the Inter-Club Council has been headed by « McEvoy girl. A Y-Teen pin is awarded to girls who earn the required seventy-five points, acquirec by attending meetings and by participating in other Y-Teen activities. This year, charm course were held to help girls with their personal development. The potato chip sale was again sponsorec by our Y-Teens. The girls also worked to raise money for UNIC Each year a Snow Ball, hele in December, and a Sweetheart Ball in February are spons sored. Two candidates for Y-1 r Wanda Garreit, Treasurer; Pat Pape, Secretary; sweetheart are chosen from each club. The candidates themselves choose the Sweetheart on the Gina Choff, Vice-President; Sandra Meeks, Presi. dent; Elaine Carr, Program Chairman: Sandy basis of her contributions to Y-Teens. Tournaments are held each year between the Y-Teen clubs Cook, Chaplain; Sharon Fann, Sports Chairman. including competition in volleyball, basketball and softball. sw Wanda Bean, Publicity noff, Chairman, Elaine Epps, I.C.C.; Becky Russell, Treasurer; June Harvey, Secretary; Linda Jor- dan, Vice-President; Stephany Stephenson, Presi- dent rst Row: Nancy Hicks, Rebecca Watkins, gy 4 . Patty , Sandra Meek, Janet Second Row: Ruth Jenkins, Elaine Brooks, a earce, My ullis, t Prince, Krewson, Bonnie ard, Billie Ann Irwin, Candy Smith, Sheila Payne, Gloria Th yson, Nancy Kakalecik; ird Re Lynn Moxley, G ail Coleman, Peggy Thompson, Starlette Colter, Wanda Ezell, Judy ames, Joy Avera, Rachel NeSmith, Carol Patrick, Brenda Holton, Dianne Edwards First Row: Patricia Hornaday, Brenda Lovejoy, Sherry Waddell, Patsy Mossbarger, Kathy Williams, Sherry Colfer, Faye Morgan, Gena Jackson, Linda Minter, Regina Moo Connie Callaway, Chaplain; Toni Newby, Linda Hightower, Claire Byrd, Patty Jacobs, Vice-Presi- dent; Diane Taylor; Second Row: Sharon Hattaway, Patsy Griffin, Brenda Ogle, Elaine Carpenter, Sharon Clark, I.C ; Joy Emerick, Judy Thomas, Jo Ann Russell, Publicity Chairman; Susan Durden, Alice Highnote, Libby Deckman, Rhonda White, Joyce Waits, Martha Willard, Connie Boney, Treasurer; Billie Henry, Shirley Meek, Betty Lockhart, Secretary; Jackie Carr, President; Pat Shelfer First Row: Shirley Slade, Brenda Wilson, Betty Norris, Alicia Minshew, Peggy McInyale; Second Row: Cindy Darity, Li nda Hawkins, Betty Miles, Patti Poole, Theresa Landino, Sheryl Hutcheson, Pam Witherington; Third Row: Robyn Casey, Theresa Pearce, Ruthie Hayes, Linda Rackley, Jo Ann Price, Gail Layson, Linda O’Hanlon, Connie Cooper, Jean Still, Linda Foster, Sharon Wasden, Cheri Whiting, Jane Ogburn, Lynn Stickney; Fourth Row: Wanda Avera, Linda Nobles, Angelyn Mock, Theresa Grier, Yvonne MeMillan, Jackie Smith, Susan Sellers, Virginia Redman; Fifth Row: Linda Whitley, Shirley Ellis, Gail Carden, Sandra Johnson, Carol Nix, Sherry Reid, Clair Gaultney, Sharon Brown, Cynthia Payne, Linda Robertson. After School Y-Teens First Row: Kathy Hunnicutt, Linda Stallings, Vickie Smith, Penny Bozeman, Diane Short, Linda Stewart, Elaine Brown, Renee Mixon, Marie Wright, Dorcille Bledsoe, Jacque Morstad, Wanda King, Jean Ingram, Peggy Yearwood; Second Row: Gloria Brannon. OFFICERS : Wanda Hulette, Linda Chamblee, Diane Hester, Pat Herring, Carol Jackson, Charlene Wright, Cheryl Moore, Sandra Tillmon, Diane Lindsey, Delores Moxley, Janet Arnold, Ellen Stuckey, Daphine Howard, Martha Moses, Debbie Lin Merchant, Muriel Moulton, Burdshaw, Beverly Morgan, Meri Meriweather; Third Row: Ramona Avera, Brenda Clifford, Carolyn Overby, Donna Mitchem, Ginger Seaman, Karen Wilson, Helene Dennis, Brenda Fiveash, Harriet Manville, Diane Pam Taylor. Kitchens, Judy Elrod, Sandra Ussery, Cheryle Grant, Karen Mimbs, Barbara Hamlin, Barbara Whitaker, Kay Holton, Diane Bivens First Row: Diane Jordan, Cherry Benson, Doris Lindsey, Phyllis Townsend, Snsan McBride, Brenda Edwards, Robby Harris, Georgia Holland, Linda Petty, Sue Peterson, Laverne Stalleys; Second Row: Elaine Jordan, Nancy Summers Theresa Bryan, Faye Chaffin, Rosemary Pierce, Libby Britt, Arzela Tucker, pepe.” Diane Greene, Linda Price, Rosemary Jarrett, Chery] Horne, Elaine Reich. } Ye ee ON Se ‘ys Future Homemakers of America Prepared Christmas Dinner for Rescue Mission McEvoy’s Future Homemakers of America Chapter places an exhibit in the Georgia State Fair each fall. Members were busy at Christmas time selling greeting cards and preparing Christmas dinner for those at the Macon Rescue Mission. In February the annual Sweetheart Ball was held at which the sweetheart, chosen by the members, reigned. Mothers of chapter members were invited to attend the annual Mother- Daughter Banquet. Some of the girls attended the District Meeting in. Albany in the spring. A spaghetti supper and fashion show was sponsored by FHA. FHA members may earn three awards: the Junior, the Chapter, and the State Degrees. Our FHA, one of the largest McEvoy clubs, also has quite an agenda. Members are busy throughout the year. First Row: Brenda Smith, President; Pam Johnson, Vice-President; Iris Hill, Secretary; Patsy Spires, Treasurer; Second Row: Linda McDonald, Public Relations Chairman; Sue Irby, Honor Roll Chairman; Judy Gay, Program Chairman; Third Row: Mickey Loper, Mercedes Neves, Music Recreation Chairmen; Jeanie Thorpe, Historian; Sue Boyles, Program Chairman; Brenda George, Publicity Chairman; Dianne Wright, Member ship Chairman; Jackie Morstead, Committee Chairman; Meri Meriweather, Membership Chairman; Vicki Funderburke, Project Chairman. First Row: Sue Raines, Robbie Harris, Verna Hamm, Sheila Wood, Mona Hayes, Sheila Powell, Glenda Cole, Irene Harrison, Sandra Asbell, Brenda Edwards, Susan McBride; Second Row: Janice Bowen, Linda Johnson, Irene Grant, Nora Mae Forth, Linda McKee, B. K. Denham, Carolyn Williams, Gail Tapley, Nita Lovejoy, Connie Jackson, Elizabeth TeSelle, Connie Dingler, Sherry Dixon; Third Row: Christine Grant, Patti Funderburke, Martha Ann Hinson, Dianne Calla- way, Brenda Stokes, Mary Ann Young, Patsy Ennis, Zenephia Annis, Judye McBrant, Gail Busbee, Melba Duggan, Pam Hamlin. Row: Theresa Bryan, Chery] Godwin, Eleyce Ard, Bonnie Gray; Third Row: Clara Lyn Bennett, Sandra Hill, Rosemary Alfirov, 6s 48 3% ‘a 2 BS a 4 r , First Row: Myra Mullis, Deborah Hubbard, Dianne Griffin; Second b ais | ty } Dorcille Bledsoe, Arlene Strickland, Donna Fulford, Yvonne Sander- = " lin, Ann Stone, Pat Fulmore, Beverly McBride. jf AKE First Row: Patty Jacobs, Jolyn Broxton, Elizabeth Morris, Judy Stevens; Second Row: Theresa Altman, Arden Hill, Joanne Shepherd, Paula Vandiver, Phyllis Jeffers, Nannette Keller, Donna Fowler; Third Row: Kathy Burnett, DeLaine Jarriel, Janey Sirmans, Dawn Williams, Patsy Arrowood, Jackie Harold, Fay Williams, Bonnie Raines, Mary Ann Johnson. 176 FBLA Sponsored “Dress Right” Week First Row: Danny Couch, Terry Lord, Thomas Murchison; Second Row: mond, James Potts, Doni Williams; Third Row: Larry Powell, Roy Smith, Billy Campbell, Bobby Haggard; Fourth Row: Terry Miller, Archie Adams, James Lambert, Fred Minor; Fifth Row: Douglas Eubanks, Raymond Fiveash, Jimmy Scroggins, Roger Carr; Sixth as businessmen will Row: Jimmy Sandiford, Paul Caldwell. Seated: Bennett Chapman, President; Left to Right: Harry Amerson, Vice-President; Marshall Beasley, Reporter; Jimmy Draw- horne, Treasurer; Billy Taylor, Secretary; Barney Kinard, Parliamentarian. The Future Business Leaders of America was organized at Willingham in 1958. The FBLA Club promotes better business in the community and state by informing the stu- dents of today of the problems which they face tomorrow. Guest speakers representing various busi- nesses speak and inform the club members personally of the opportunities in their fields. The FBLA is an asset to Willingham by sponsoring its annual “Dress Right Week Ricky Drum- FBLA Composed of Girls Taking Business Courses First Row: Cynthia Dominy, Pam Whittingham, Linda Taylor; Second Row: Kathleen James, Patty Claney, Annette Haskins; Third Row: Sandra McLean, Doris Mitchell, Nan Hammond, Kaye Cromer, Juanita Canady; Fourth Row: Meschal Wasden, Gail Brown, Linda Shipp, Judy Richett, Carolyn Allen; Fifth Row: Karen Wall, Janice Minshew, Earline Thomas, Sheila Woodall, Linda DeFore, Anna Jordon, Patsy Mason, Dianne Nelms, Linda Fiveash, Carol Jordon, Etta Lee Brown, Andrea Shivers, Sue Hester. The Future Business Leaders of America are girls who are taking business courses and at least one such course at present. In December the club sponsored a sock hop. Some of the girls attended the state convention in Atlanta in May. First Row: Pat Garrison, Debbie Hallified, Veronica Fox, Corethia Pierce, Wanda Hulett, Sandy Jones, Gail Milstead, Brenda Hunnicutt, Martha Bracewell; Second Row: Carol Mullis, Carol Bateman, Betty Proctor, Brenda Wilson, Toni Hudson. ; Patricia. Bateman, Presi- dent; Beverly Smith, Secre- tary; Patsy McDaniel, Proj- ect Chairman; Janice Sapp, Reporter; Elaine Carr, Vice- President; Ann Marie Fiv- eash, Program Chairman; Judy Waites, Treasurer: Nancy Smith, Parliamen- tarian. 177 FTA Presented Degrees to Outstanding Members -— ay. gerne Om Nig ss | | a OG Re RE ROO os. First Row: Sheila Burgamy, Diane Blondeau, Melodi Lines. Arlene Tomberlin, Heidi Blackwell, Janey Henry, Lynn Berry- Delinda Tomberlin, President; Cheryl Hopkins, Vice-President: hill, Jewell Hart; Second Row: Kay Sellers, Diane Patykula, Sandra Martin, Secretary; Roslyn Tomberlin, Treasurer. Mildred Mullis, Betty Hicks, Sherry Grinstead, Julia Pouncy, : Nancy Hicks; Third Row: Linda Vaughn, Barbara Bates, Debra Lake, Brenda Jordan, Patsy Ragan, Susan Dean, Beth Godbee, Gail Blount, Pat Johnson; Fourth Row: Bonnie Ozburn, Patsie Winslette, Candy Brewer, Debbie Walker, Connie Cooper, Joyce Pirkle, Joan Durden. For outstanding work in the club, some Future Teachers of mas time, the FTA members put coffee and donuts in the America were awarded degrees. Three representatives, the teachers’ lounge. A $100 scholarship is given in May to a girl President, Vice-President, and Secretary attended the district who plans to become a teacher. During National Education FTA convention January 10. Five other girls represented the Week, apples were given to each teacher. The girls give a tea McEvoy club at the State Convention in Rock Eagle. At Christ- for retired teachers at the end of the year. DECA Earnings Reach Peak Front Row: Ronald Lance, Len Woodard, Bobby Shore, Allen First Row: Tommy Joiner, Ronnie Scott, Kenny Thomas, Wayne Sheppard, Glen Grisham, Carl Sark, Billy Wilson, H. S. Kitchens, Johnny Landers, Thomas Bridger, Billy Mitchell, Charles DuBose; Second Row: Paul Edwards, Dennis Brown, John Fritz; Second Row: Clark Belger, Robert O’Reilly, Gary Adams, Borders, Pudge Butler, Milton Gresham, Lynn Molten, Kenny Billy Davis, Eddie Parker, Charles Peacock, David Anderson. Griffin. “I believe in the future which I am planning for myself in the field of distri- bution, and in the opportunities which my vocation offers.” This opening phrase from the Deca Creed states the goal of the Dis- tributive Education Club. The boys have one academic class and two DE related miami cs : , : classes and then are free to go to work. ; OFFICERS: Donald Young, Marvin Cau- They gain “on the job” experience plus ley, Dennis Crowell, Mr. Fisher, Advisor; earning up to $1400 per year. When they Pat Merritt, Val Hallman. are ready for full-time positions they have the experience needed for a successful career. 178 Safe Teens Issued Parking Stickers OFFICERS: Oney Hudson, Dwight Tyler, Carl Puckett, Sonny Harrison. Safety is the key word for the Safe-Teens. They have undertaken several major proj- First Row: Gary Doolittle, Lynn Woodard, Gary Lance, Worley Kellum, Lynn Hurley ects fc ; .% i re e, Lynn Wo 1, is ; » Ly urley, cts for this year in an effort t ake : Verlon Massey, Kenny Griffin, Eddie Miller, Bennett Chapman, Lynn Molten, Terry : pciigne make = Merritt, Richard Harrison, Robert Benson; Second Row: Grady Beasley, Kemp King, parking area safer for pedestrians and Charles Fritz, Glenn (Raymond) Metts, Rex Kaney, Alan Rogers, Douglas Hayes, Jack drivers. They issued parking stickers to Wilson, Robert Scarborough, Eddie Parker, Tommy Joiner, Al Copp; Third Row: Terry Colson, Oney Hudson, Glenn Thompson, Donald Young, Wayne Hamlin, Randy Clement, David Bledsoe, Jerry Toler, Forest Hartley, Donnie Griffin, Robert Mesinko, Donald owners. They designated a special parking Floyd, Ronnie Tidwell, Larry Keys, Johnny Borders. © all cars so a record could be kept of their area to the Seniors as part of their priv- ileges. A future goal is the erection of speed-breakers to discourage hasty exits from the parking lot. Audio-Visual: Lights, Camera, Action Audio-Visual Clubs teach their members the proper use and care of the different and varied types of equipment which the school maintains for audio-visual learning. The members in turn learn the modern techniques of classroom instruction and aid the teachers by operating this equipment. Terry Colson, President; Raymond Bateman, Vice-President; Gary Wilder, Secretary; Marshall Beasley, Treasurer. e m4 First Row: Bobby Griffin, Jim Overby, Gary Dean, Lamar Thomas, Charles Sims, Ronnie Dopson; Second Row: Dott Smith, Terry Buffington, James First Row: Patrick Wash, Charles Godwin, Rob- Sanderlin, Richard Stafford, Mark Coppock, Larry Smith; Third Row: Carl ert Forth, Bevon Pryor, Henry Arrington; Sec- Sheppard, Tommy English, Donnie Griffin, Worley Kellum, Roger Hobbs, ond Row: William Hatcher, Johnny Thompson, Larry Sharpless, Mike Smith, Russell Hall. Dan Rowland, Bobby Andrews. 179 W4W BN - Calling Willingham Radio Club To amateurs the world over, the boys of the Willingham Radio Club are known as W4WBN. In addition to corresponding with other operators the boys learn how to use their equipment efficiently and also the finer points of the “rules of the air.” Dott Smith, Tommy Cook, Bevan Pryor, Lamar Thomas, Sonny Haywood, James Grantham, Secretary-Treasurer; Lewis Bevil, Roger Carr. Gary Lawson, President; Forest Hartley, Vice-President. Industrial Arts Club Constructs Bookshelves, Trophy Cases Bookshelves and trophy cases are just a few of the useful products constructed for the school by the Industrial Arts Club. This club meets every second Monday night in the school woodshop and learns more about the fine points of industrial arts. Several phases of this learning includes leatherworking, woodworking, and elec- tricity. The prerequisites of this work include mechanical drawing and woodshop which are electives in Junior High. With this background the boys can construct many handy and useful articles, both for the school and for themselves. First Row: Edward Scott, Harold Buttrey, Bill Goodner, Gregory Morgan, Bevan Pryor, Robert Scott, Harvey Hodnett, Joe Potts; Second Row: Warren Langford, Mike Pape, Ricky McWilliams, Buddy Richitt, Chuck Cannon, Kenneth Brownlee, Joe Hardeman, Claude Haywood, William Hatcher, Rodger Hudson, Tony Heard; Third Row: Mr. Robert Matthews, Advisor; Cary Cloud, Chuck Van Etten, Wayne Hattaway, Olin Fulcher, Lee Bates, Lamar Thomas, Tommy English, Jerry Thigpen, Richard Sanders, J. L. Wheeler, Advisor; Larry White. OFFICERS: Martin Gay, Cary Adams, David Nowell. 180 McEvoy Math Club Sells Pillows to Raise Funds McEvoy’s Math Club, composed of Jun- ior High students, sold pillows with a McEvoy “M” on them as a fund-raising project. The club contributed a book to our library this year, also. First Row: Jan Jarrell, Judy Strickland, Irene Harrison, Diane Driggers, Gail Tapley, Nita Lovejoy; Second Row: Cheryl Butts, Jane Walton, Esther Bridger, Millie Bounds. Seated: Susan Brown, President; Patricia Te Selle, Secretary; Standing: Rhonda Smith, Vice-Presi- dent; Brenda Horne, Treasurer; Rosemary Tur- ner, Chaplain. Willingham Math Club Promotes Interest in the Field of Mathematics ». af Billy Horton, President; Tom Mason, Vice-President; Charles Ross, Secre- tary; Philip Self, Treasurer. The Math and Science Clubs and the Junior Engineering Teams all seek to bet- ter themselves in the fields of mathematics and science. Varied programs and school service projects help promote interest among the students. First Row: Mike Blizzard, Wayne Johnson, Jerry Peavy, Terry Moore; Second Row: Bobby Sykes, Danny Kennedy, Kenny Hunt, Bobby Humphries, Jimmy Hightower, Tommy Hendrix. Third Row: David Blair, Johnny Scoggins, Buford Shurling, Charles Haun, Alan Rogers. 181 Science Club Sponsors Exhibits to Science Fair Charles Peacock, President; LaVon Upta- graf, Vice-President; Gary Walker, Secre- Jerry Longford, Bill Pilcher, Larry White, John Newton, Forest Hartley, Rex tary; Walter Garrett, Treasurer. Kaney, James Collins, Larry Adams, Edwan Bryn, Don Walker, Dwain Deal. Science Club Sells Candy Project Janice Fulwood, President; Faye Chafin, Vice- President; Carol Irby, Secretary; Jackie Batts, Program Chairman; Linda Musgrove, Program Chairman. Row 1: Jewell Hart, Nita Black, Linda Hudman, Angie Tucker, Sheryl Smith, Carol Oakley; Row 2: Judye Head, Cheryl Godwin, Linda Johnson, Angie William Sumlin, Jimmy Lovejoy, Charles Godwin, Mike Ard, Susan McBride, Robyn Casey, Wanda Mims. Godfrey, Fred Browning, Mike Digby, Glenn Hornyoh, Ronnie Cooper, Danny Purvis, Gary Elder, Gary Brown, Tommy Seagraves, Bill Van Dyke, Danny Garstarphen. Jr. Engineering Team Tommy West, Secretary; Kenneth Dixon, Vice-President; Ronald Griffin, President; Ralph Patter- son, Treasurer. Art Club Designs Backdrop for Football Banquet OFFICERS: Foy Stevenson, Dan. Row- land, Charles Cooper. Front Row: Ricky Daniel, Lamar Purser, Patrick Walsh, Gene Bedgood, Steve Kell, John Cheves, John Ross, Robert Shurling; Second Row: Hal Perry, Robert Pepkin, Hugh Cline, David Algea, Terry Whitley, Bobby Harris, Geri Strong; Third Row: Rodney Grant, Walter Holland, Barney Barron, Henry Arrington, Bert Hooker, Tommy Baggett, Wayne Arrington, Dewayne Weekley, Wayne Hattaway; Fourth Row: Danny Ely, John Thompson, Mrs. Katharine Nikula, Advisor; Eddie Horne. The Willingham Art Club, one of our newest organizations, has become famous in Middle Georgia. By con- tributions to art shows in schools we have won fame. Our Art Club encourages the promotion of creativity and enjoyment of the beauty of life. In Willingham are traces of the Club—posters, dance backdrops, and other constructive projects. One of this year’s projects was creating the backdrop for the football banquet. Since art plays such an important part in all business, art clubs are always in demand. Willingham’s club is always there when needed. Art Show Sponsored by Art Club Each year the McEvoy art classes display their work for the other students and teachers to admire. All during the year, the Art Club is responsible for providing attractive bulletin boards in the lunch room and in the lobby. The girls do many interesting and practical things with art. They try to show art in everyday life. In February the girls visited the Art Museum in Atlanta. Seeing the works of others not only was enjoyable but the club members also gained ideas from them. First Row: Gail Williamson, Judy Ann Smith, Judith Smith, Karen Wildon, Jackie Frances, Bonnie Horne, Wanda Vickers, Dottie Rhodes, Paula Dixon, Nancy Bowles; Second Row: Janice Pitts, Elizabeth Johnson, Darlene Sirman, Peggy OFFICERS: Judy Sprinkle, Lynn Mer- Moore, Rosemary Turner, Eleanor Rhodes, Dianne Jackson, Paula Holston, Sue chant, Juanita Canady. Baxter, Linda Crane. 183 Book Store Managers, Bank Assistants, and Audio-Visual Workers Perform School Services Bank Assistants encourage Lassies to save and are in charge of deposited funds and withdrawals. The McEvoy Bank is a safe place to deposit the money you are saving for special conventions, Christmas gifts, and other worthwhile purposes. Book Store managers sell school su pplies to students before school each day. You may buy everything from rulers to Kleenex from our book store. Girls who assist with films and record players help make dull classes more enjoyable. Lassies are always ready for a change whether it is viewing the drafting of the Declaration of Independence or hearing a fright- ening dialogue from Macbeth. vv vvvvuvuYY oo 0060 BANK ASSISTANTS: First Row: Susan McCranie, Emily Carr, Rhonda White; Second Row: Sheila Herring, Billie Henry, Elaine Lovejoy, Susan Dean. AUDIO-VISUAL ASSISTANTS: Kay Sellers, Ronga Brown, Patsy Brandon, Marlene Cauley, Becky Merritt, Helen Bostick, Jane Molton. Library Assistants Aid Librarians a For girls who are interested in working in GIRLS WHO ; the library, library science is offered. The KNOW. girls receive a half credit each year for help- ing check out books, sending out overdue notices, and aiding girls in the use of maga- zines and in the search for the right books. These are just a few of the jobs of our library assistants. The McEvoy librarians are grate- ful for the assistance of these girls. First Row: Julia Pouncy, Joy Stokes, Elizabeth Nobles, Barbara Jones, Betty Stewart, Jane Molton, Bonnie Ward; Second Row: Melissa Thomas, Brenda Epps, Dianne Edwards, Shirley Douglas, Jean Johnson, Barbara Suddeth, Mickey Loper, Angie Dominy, Earlene Thomas. Seated: Janet Madden, Jane Lavender, Peggy Thompson, Harriet Arrowood, Donna Walker, Linda Vaughn; Standing: Sue Boyles, Nancy Hicks, Patsy Brandon. Ann Marie Fiveash, Kay Cromer, Patsy McDaniel, Jennifer Durden, Carolyn Sealy, Diane Lindsey, Hazel Pittman, Kay Hatcher, Shelvia Oakley, Donna Picklesimer, Sue Hester, Lynda Hardy, Janice Minchew, Barbara Gorman. Judy Gay, Joanne Riddlemoser, Earlene Thomas, Beverly Smith. Office Monitors Run Errands The seniors who work in the office, run errands for Mr. Brake and Mrs. Frost. They do such jobs as check girls into the clinic, sign girls out of school when necessary, answer the telephone, and count the money from the sale of school lunches each day. These girls save time and effort by performing these tasks as well as various other small jobs. Sandra Meeks, Audie Schwegman, Elaine Slappy, Kathleen James, Pat Pape, Nancy Hicks, Carolyn Butler, Sandra Griffin, LaVane Blair, Roslyn Hall, Donna Evancic, Sharon Hewell, Patricia Bateman, Adecia Pierce, Pat Prince, Glenda Bryant. Band Club Sells Calendars to Raise Money for New Uniforms Janet Kull, Secretary-Treasurer; Cheryl Arrington, Librarian; Gail Joiner, Captain of Publicity; Pam Bowen, Librarian; Brenda Wilson, Program Chairman; Virginia Balk- com, Vice-President; Mildred Leaptrot, President; Leslie Russell, Program Chairman. Having enough money for new instruments, more uniforms and band camp could become a problem to the band without the Band Club. With its many activities, it provides financial support for the band. Some of the main projects for this year were several cake sales, selling McEvoy key chains, and community cal- endars. The calender sale began this year and will be an annual project of the club. Gn as ee e — Ate oa] 4 w) | ss) 3 » , = So a = a First Row: Mavis Scott, Gail Hamlin, Bobby Hamlin, Mary Anna Bickel, Sherry Colson, Linda Baker, Sharon Roland, Casey Brooks, Sandra Jones, Linda Ely, Cathy Sanders, Selene Hill, Diane Driggers, Patsy Ennis, Brenda Stokes, Chery] Hamlin, Sharon Hart; Second Row: Léyce Avera, Judy Stevens, Susan Krewson, Barbara Whitaker, Wanda Bryant, Dianne Bullard, Nancy Martin, Becky Russell, Wanda Bean, June Harvey, Cheryl Smith, Linda Hudman, Sharon Poole, Georgia Holland, Faye Balkcom, Donna Walker; Third Row: Norma Jean Graybeal, Jeanette Young, Nita Black, Karole Irby, Priscilla Belger, Pat Price, Carol Mullis, Debbie Walker, Beverly Bostick, Carol Jordon, Janet Walker, Lindy Jones, Cheryl Moore, Kay Baskette; Fourth Row: Ronga Brown, Wanda Avera, Linda Nobles, Linda Ricks, Linda Edwards, Cheryl Hutchinson, Iris Hill, Tremell Colvin, Peggy Patterson, Libbie Tidwell, Susan Durden, Jean Fleming, Martha Barnes; Fifth Row: Patty Jacobs, Dorcilla Bledsoe, Marie Cliatt, Deborah Harrison, Pam Hamlin, Joanne Sheppard, Carol Jarrett, Jay Bennett, Judy Aultman, Fay Morgan, Sharon Clark, Elaine Franklin; Sixth Row: Lana Tyre, Donna Evancic, Joyce Batts, Janice Smith, Linda Martin, Frances Scott, Connie Boney, Murriel Brantley, Pam Etheredge, Connie Ennis, Shirley Arrington, Vicki Wood. 186 Mckvoy Senior Chorus Participates in Music Festival Every year the McEvoy Chorus attends the District Music Festival and almost always returns with a superior rating. The girls work long and hard to learn their music perfectly. When the day of the festival arrives, the excite- ment builds. Finally the minute comes when our chorus performs. Afterwards, everyone is tense waiting to receive the ratings. When the girls discover that they have again sung well, they are overjoyed. This year the Melodettes, a group of nihe with two other alternates, entered the festival at Wesleyan as an ensemble. All during the year, our chorus performs for various groups. At Christmas time, a musical Christmas program was given at the PTA meeting. Everyone especially enjoyed the chorus’ rendition of “Rudolph, the Red Nosed Reindeer” at this year’s program. The Spring program every year always requires hard work on the part of every girl. The Chorus and the Melodettes pro- vided programs throughout the year for civic organizations, churches, and conventions of various types. Mckvoy Junior Chorus Mckvoy Orchestra First Row: Bonnie Krewson, Janice Gaskins, Jo Ann Price; Second Row: Nancy Summers, Mar- garet Scott, Ginger Redman, Wanda Ezell, Mrs. Bishop. Music Club Awards Letters Each Spring a banquet is held at which letters are presented to outstanding girls in the chorus. The awards are given to those who have made the greatest contributions to the chorus during the year. As fund raising projects, the club sold do- nuts and voodoo dolls this year. The green and orange dolls were sold before the Willing- ham-Lanier football game. First Row: Dene Daniell, Arlene Brooks, Betty Sue Dawson, Sandra Barrentine. Miss Hudson, Advisor; Freda Shines, Mary Lou Slocumb, Thelma Horton; Second Row: Gayle Busbee, Donna Fowler, Mary Ann Johnson, Dianne Baughcum, Rose- anna Howell, Jane Henriques, Linda Craine, Sue Ann Peterson; Third Row: Linda Wilson, Jane Cliatt, Pat Darling, Linda Cliett, Patti Willis, Jan Basset, Theresa Bryan; Fourth Row: Linda Ray, Vivian Hancock, Sharon Osborne, Janice Gaskins, MELODETTES: First Row: Faye Chafin, Phyl- Caroline Carr, Anita Barnes, Sue Reed, Faye Sweat; Fifth Row: Mickey Glisson, lis Alexander, Jeanette Young, Marsha Bolton, Myra Hall, Carol Bateman, Joan Powell, Erlene McGhee, Wanda Garret, Jeanette Dene Daniell, Linda Foster; Second Row: Young, Phyllis Gilley. Linda Cliatt, Gloria Brown, Sandra Barrentine. Piano: Wanda Garrett. MUSIC CLUB OFFICERS: Margie Bowen, Linda Coe, Gloria Brown, Marsha Bolton, Carolyn Shurling, Phyllis Alexander. Willingham Concert Band = oo os aun an os WILLINGHAM Probe of Dire BAN Band Captain Drum Major Gary Walker Jeff Underwood Las t vevererr yy Mckvoy Concert Band , rte eek ebay Sens wr aa oh P33 a8 7 ¢ Nee . ah ig Mckvoy Marching Band « ut +. ba? Py eT eg sah? En 2 ee hl Sin f Elta 4 Janet Kull Sharon Hart Willingham Pride of Dixie Marching Band Dixie Darling Captain Andrea Hammond Barbara Griffin Majorettes, Dixie Darlings Add Interest to WHS Band Majorettes and Dixie Darlings are chosen according to their twirling ability by Willingham’s band direc- tor, Mr. Littlefield. These talented girls perform at half-time shows at many of the football games with the Willingham band. This year the girls also displayed. their ability at the Georgia Tech-Florida football game in Atlanta. Each spring, along with the band, the majorettes and Dixie Darlings go to Florida for the band tour. We have an outstanding group of girls and they usually bring back a superior rating from the music festival. Donna Sue Mondy and Ann Eldridge received awards in state competition this past fall. MAJORETTES First Row: Andrea Hammond, Gayla Parrish, Anne Wilder, Donna Sue Mondy; Second Row: Linda Marshall, Ann Eldridge, Judy Monthie, Joy Kitchens. DIXIE DARLINGS First Row: Sandra Colter, Linda Worrell, Sharon Hart, Cheryl Smith, Wanda Wall; Second Row: Judy Swann, Laura New- ton, Linda Spann, Dianne Cooper, Mona Hayes, Cindy Leaptrot. Cadet Band — Dance Band Boosters Club Buys Weights for Athletic Department Weights and uniforms for the Gymnastics and Wrestling teams are just some of the much needed equipment which has been supplied to the Athletic Department by the Booster’s Club. The Club has fur- nished financial support for the purchasing of trophies, jackets and sweaters for all participating athletes. By boosting enthusiasm and supporting all contests as well as providing transportation to all out-of-town games, the Boosters have added much to the athletic program at Willingham. Louis Hall, President; Bobby Jones, Vice-President; Agnes Knight, Treasurer; Mrs. Elizabeth Maddox, Secretary. PTA Has More Members Than Ever Before With 764 members, the McEvoy Parent-Teacher Association was larger than in any previous year. The theme, “Our Teenage World,” was carried out with talks on the subject at the meetings. P.T.A. sponsored the annual open-house for the parents of McEvoy girls to meet their daughters’ teachers. Also, the P.T.A. helped with the indoctrination course for seventh graders who will soon enter high school. Donations of $300 for books to the McEvoy library and $100 for school ground improvement wer e the two major projects for 1963-64. McEVOY P.T.A.: Mrs. Lowry Gibson, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. William Raby, Recording Secretary; J. W. Hallman, Jr., Treasurer; Mrs. Jim Hardy, Vice-President; Mrs. Margie Denham, President. Willingham PTA Mrs. J. M. Pope, Vice-President; Mrs. W. N. Bowen, Recording Secretary; Mrs. M. K. Riddlemoser, President; Mr. F. A. Par- melee, Treasurer. Superlatives The influence of our leaders is felt through- out the entire school, so we must think care- fully before choosing them. Our Superlatives are chosen on the basis of integrity, leadership, academic achievement, and contributions to their school. We have chosen as the most out- standing members of the senior class the fol- lowing students. 197 i ai ah a i eS sy Sm) eS) fe! Wise: Z AY ) Y} X Athletics teaches us to compete against other individuals and other teams. Competition de- velops a sense of fair play and good sports- manship among the members of a team, and also increases the school spirit of the entire student body. Coachin g LEWIS DOWNER Auburn University Football, Basketball, Base- ball MACK EDWARDS Furman University Football, Track tics Gymnas- HEAD COACH BILLY HENDERSON JOHNNY STALLINGS University of South Caro- lina Football, tling Track, Wres- JESSE DUCKWORTH Mercer University Football, Basketball, Track, Golf The University of Georgia MARTIN ALLMAN Davis and Elkins College Football, Head Basketball MIKE GARVIN Mercer University Football, Track, ball TOMMY MIXON Mercer University Football, Basketball, Ten- nis Basket- Stat f BILLY BEALE University of Georgia Football, Basketball, Base- ball ——— — EDDIE BATTLE A graduate of Willingham and now a student at Mer- cer University who joined the staff in January to fill a vacancy in the P.E. Department. Football Practice... Practice ... and More Practice ... Pays Offin... Rams Down Demons in Season Opener, 21-0 Ram’s Dickie Maddox (24) takes a Hen- derson pass for extra yards as McNeil (62) watches, This year’s season opener with Warner Robins was a game well played by both teams but the Demons just couldn’t keep up with the fast pace set by the fine passing of sopho- more quarterback Brad Henderson, and the fine running by senior quarterback Terry Colson and halfback Charlie Fiveash. Hen- derson passed for two of the three touchdowns and Colson ran the third one across from 33 “ols goes ove score aide »xcelle Te ¢: ( i ic- T°: , ee Te ae ee Hee ee yards out. McNeil added three perfect PATs e). to make the final score 21-0. ° Colson gains extra yards on a wide end sweep. Rams, Blue Devils 1 gains extr r nay n I Deadlock, 13-13 Charlie Fiveash hits Columbus’ Reed on second half kick off as Payne, Maddox, and McNeil rush to his assistance. For the second straight year the Rams and Columbus have played to a deadlock. The game was mostly defensive until the final quarter when 20 points were scored in 4 minutes and 13 seconds, 13 of these belonging to Willingham. A Colson to McNeil pass accounted for the first T.D. with PAT courtesy McNeil. Fiveash intercepted a pass and ran for the Rams final =a = ' score. 210 . : Rams Lose to Lions, 23-7 Tackle Ralph Pulliam (88) smashes through the tough Baker line to throw the Lions for a loss. The Ram eleven got off to a slow start against the powerful Baker Lions and could never seem to get rolling. Fumbles seriously hurt Willingham’s game by setting up two of the three touchdowns made by Baker. The Ram’s only score came in the fourth stanza on a 70-yard drive that went mostly through the air with Henderson completing 6 out of 7 passes before Darrel Parker smashed over from the 2 yard line. The PAT was a-la- Halfback Ricky Payne gets caught at the line of scrimmage McNeil. sigs Halfback Ricky Payne (23) breaks up a pass intended for a very determined Granger. Rams Slip by Lagrange, 7-0 End Prentice Knight grabs a pass and scampers 39 yards to the Grangers 17 for the longest gain of the 61 yard touchdown drive. — Willingham fullback Floyd Evans bulled six yards for a touchdown late in the initial quarter and that’s the way it stood for the rest of the game. The payoff drive went 61 yards in just seven plays. A 39 yard pass to end Prentice Knight ate up most of the yardage. Knight caught the ball about 10 yards from the line of scrimmage and did a fine job of running and shaking off tacklers before he was brought down on the Granger’s 17. Both teams muffed several more excellent chances to score. Rams Romp Red Jackets, 33-0 Halfback Derryll Parker goes over on a pass from Henderson. =p Fullback Ralph Alligood is stopped by a host of Red Jackets after shaking off another crew of would-be tacklers. Rams Trom Pp Tro jans, 21-7 Quarterback Brad Henderson puts his head into it but gets pulled down after a six yard gain. Zs After a strong showing by Jordan in the greater part of the first half, the Rams put together a 74-yard touchdown drive late in the second period and went from there to push over four scores in the second half and completely rout the upset-minded Red Jackets. Sophomores Alligood and Henderson sparked the second half attack. Alligood was the leading ground gainer with 69 yards in 16 carries. Henderson completed 6 out of 10 passes, 3 for touchdowns. Brown accounted for two TDs, Parker, Evans, and Knight added one each. McNeil added all three extra points. Halfback Charlie Fiveash is stopped after a six-yard gain. The Rams’ only non-region game turned out to be one of the wildest played this year. Athens scored quickly in the initial stanza and led 6-0, but not for long. Early in the second quarter McNeil grabbed a fumble and ran 65 yards to pay dirt. Kinard blocked an attempted quick kick which netted the Rams a two point safety. The second TD came on a Henderson to McKenzie pass. McNeil added the extra point. The final touchdown came on a beautiful 23 yard run by Payne. Evans was the workhorse with 77 yards gained. Unbeaten {lbany Slips by Rams, 13-9 After McNeil and Bateman paved the way with superb blocking, halfback Charlie Fiveash goes yh over for a touchdown. , p Ve eo » a es ‘ Even though the Rams gained twice as much yardage as the Indians, fate seemed to be against the upset-minded Rams. Everything went wrong in the first quarter and only some “beyond the call of duty” defensive work kept Albany from piling up an overwhelming margin. Evans was the leading ground gainer with 90 yards in 20 carries. The Rams’ only touchdown was made by Fiveash and the extra point was added by McNeil. The other two points came when Knight racked up a safety in the end zone. Quarterback Terry Colson shakes loose from Albany's Rick Rozar Fullback Floyd. Evans returns opening kickoff of game. Payne helps out (18) and gains 8 yards. with a key block. Rams Blank Wildcats, 13-0 Halfback Charlie Fiveash is brought down by two determined Wildcats. This year’s victory over Valdosta was the first after three consecutive losses. Evans was a human plow with 127 yards gained in 34 carries and both touchdowns to his credit. He bounced over from the one with 8:05 to play in the third quarter and again from the same distance with 9:32 left in the fourth stanza. McNeil added the extra point. Penal- ties and fumbles prevented Willingham from scoring two or three times in the first half. Rams, Packers Tie for Third Time, 14-14 Derryll Parker charges around right end for a long gain aided by a key block thrown by Floyd Evans. Charlie Fiveash gets stopped short on an end sweep. Rams Over Poets in Rival Thriller, 14-13 Evans makes a stop on a punt return that nearly got away. mT For the third straight year Willingham and Moultrie have fought to a tie. Colson led the offense with 61 yards in 6 carries. Colson scored the first TD on a beautiful 31 yard run in the second quarter. McNeil booted the PAT. The second score came late in the fourth stanza on a determined drive behind the passing of Henderson and the pass snagging of halfback Fiveash and end McNeil. who took it over from nine yards out. McNeil was the double hero of the night, as he kicked the extra point that notched the score at 14-14. Strange things seem to happen to the unlucky Poets who get caught on our side of the field. Willingham used the deadly accurate toe of Carlie McNeil and the brilliant running of quarterback Terry Colson to edge Lanier 14-13 before an overflow crowd of 11,000 fans in by far the most exciting game of the season, Willingham was seriously hampered by 120 yards in penal- ties which cut deeply into the 265 yards gained by the Rams. Colson’s superb running accounted for 164 yards in 25 carries, including both Ram touchdowns: one on a 2-yard run, the other on a 63-yard dash for the winning marker. Evans was also a stand-out in the backfield with 76 yards in 18 carries. McNeil’s two perfect conversions provided the victory just as his PAT did last year. This was the fourth win in a row over Lanier in as many years. Colson Rams Through Poet Defense for Two Tallies to Lead the Rams to Victory f - ( } Prentice Knight (81) puts the brakes on Lanier’s Bonify. W' % Quarterback Terry Colson cracks over for first Willingham touch- down. Lanier’s 10 rolls out and is met hard by McNeil, Pulliam, Colson, and Maddox who carry him out of bounds. s fe “9 VA 5 Willingham head mentor Billy Henderson discusses strategy with quarterback Terry Colson. Everyone was overjoyed at the outcome of the game. Greg Helmuth and Buddy Sherman congratulate Coach Henderson as Tommy Hinson (53) dances up and down with joy. - Prentice Knight Wayne Johnson Jr., E, 175 Jr., T, 210 Mackey Bryant Jr., E, 170 7 a Donald Lance Jr., E, 140 Tommy Mason Terry Jackson Jr., HB, 140 Jr., G, 145 ® xl ae) s ‘i “ o Floyd Evans Ralph Alligood Sr., FB, 180 Soph., FB, 145 ALL-MIDDLE-GEORGIA Left: Co-Captain Terry Colson Sr., QB, 150 Center: Head Coach Billy Henderson Right: Co-Captain Carlie McNeil Sr., E, 175 All State and All-Middle Georgia Oliver Bliss Bobby Floyd Sr., FB, 160 Jr., FB, 160 y : . 5 - 43a— oe 8 - Brad Henderson Soph., QB, 130 Left: Chipper Murphy Jr., G, 140 Right: Richard Whitfield Jr., G, 165 Left: James Holland Jr., C, 195 Right: Ralph Pulliam wit, Ly 400 Derryll Parker Soph., HB, 150 7] N35 4 a) =f Raymond Bateman Jr., T, 190 Left: Mike Luzier Jr., HB, 140 Right: Dickie Maddox Jr., HB, 140 Left: Barney Kinard Jr., E, 160 Right: Larry Evans Jr., G, 140 Jack Evans Soph., QB, 130 7 = ¢ -2 - Pa as 2 Bill Burnett “It was a real shame that an illness forced Bill to give up something he really loved in his final year, and it was tragic view of the fact he was ticketed for a first string berth of the guard positions. " Charlie Fiveash Sr., HB, 150 at ome BILLY HENDERSON Line-Up MANAGERS: Left to right, Jerry Spillers, Donald Brannon, Hank Baxter. Jack Freeman Ricky Payne Soph., G, 150 Sr., HB, 165 Claudie Brown Jr., OB, 135 Darrell Pryor, Harris Stokes Jr., E, 155 Tommy Hinson Soph., c. 135 Rosby McKenzie Soph., E, 140 Carl Summers jr., G, FU Greg Helmuth Jz.,'C, 155 “B” Team nadia j «%! Bice - «. First Row (seated): Billy Boney, Wayne Grace, Larry Stephens, Bobby Johns, Snooky Williams, Bill Larkey, John Cook, Jimmy Landrum; Second Row: Mi ke McMillian, Ronnie Wallace, Hugh Laing, Earl Arnold, Larry Bolden, Donnie Lindsey, Donald Pitts, Ronnie Lindsey, Marty Parham; Third Row: Coach Edwards, Russel Loyd, Larry Bowen, Glenn Churchwell, Jerry Hardy, Durward Sauls, Chuck Cross, Coach Garvin; Fourth Row: Charlie Asbell, Jimmy Defoe, Boyce Abernathy, Jerry Ward, Jimmy DeLoach, Dick Jansen, Donald Jones—Trainer, Larry Pope. Ninth Grade First Row (seated): Jack Culpepper, Warren Herbert, Jim Layson, Ross Cooper, Allen Laing, William Sumlin, Randy Jackson; Second Row: Richard Smith, Gary Elder, Dennis Ellis, Dean Goodman, Darrel Cheek, Steve Floyd, Micky Williams, Norman Ott, Snooky Williams; Third Row: Coach Downer, Barry Fitzpatrick—Manager, Jim Cherry, Roy Smith, Johnny Stallings, Eddie Howard, Ronnie Carmichael, Johnny Sharpless, Howard Benson, Joey Parham, Donny Horton, Coach Allman; Fourth Row: Kenneth Dixon, Bill Larkey, Larry Mosley (top of head showing), Danny Watson, Glenn Belson, Russell Loyd, Joe Avera, Chuck Cross, Thomas Oliver, Charles Rooks. Note: David Algea, Robert Marshall, Ray Lefeas, and Robert Ogburn were not present when this picture was taken. Kighth Grade LEFT TO RIGHT First Row (seated): Donny Rooks, Hubert Johnson, Alton Horne, Ronnie Bartlett, Mike Ross, Don Millen, Butch Barnes, Tommy Zielinski; Second Row: Donny Cheshire, Warren Daniel, John Alligood, Floyd Gregory, Sammy Raffield, Larry Fulford, David Adams, Cecil Claxton, Pat McCullough, Gene Crump; Third Row: Coach Duckworth, Alan McCoury, Allen Thomas, Terry Wil- liams, Randy Bates, Charles Coe, Ronnie Bledsoe, Warren Carter, Mike Bloodworth; Fourth Row: Wayne Spence, Jimmy Hughes, Gary Asbell, Gary Lord, Kenneth Elsasser, Larry Thomas, Eddie Posey, Wayne Jones, Danny Sauls. Note: Terry Loyd, Mell Mann, and Darrell Cameron were not present when this picture was taken. VARSITY Warner Robins Won—21-0 Columbus Tie—13-13 Baker Loss—23-7 LaGrange Won—7-0 Jordan Won—33-0 Athens Won—21-7 Albany Loss—13-9 Valdosta Won—13-0 Moultrie Tie—14-14 Lanier Won—14-13 “B” TEAM Sparta Va rsith Loss—12-7 LaGYainge Loss— -7- Albany Loss—214 Varsity Loss—7-0 Lanier Loss—21-7 GRID RECORDS Snes 9th GRADE Northside Tie—66 |! VarnerdRObins ¢ i 2-6 Northside Won—27-7 Griffin Loss—12-0 Warner Robins 1 oss—27-7 Lanier Loss—21-12 8th GRADE Forsyth Tie—0-0 LaGrange Loss—13-0 Griffin Won—39-6 Tabor Won—13-7 Rumble Won—39-6 LaGrange Won—21-6 Tabor Won—33-6 Thomaston Loss—40-26 Lanier Loss—13-0 — Al © @ f wi Pm Team physician, Dr. John Dupree, pre- sents Carlie McNeil with the Sam Glassman award for the most valuable player. Mr. Emory Greene presents Wayne (Buffalo) Johnson with the Best Blocker Award. Team physician, Dr. Andrew Lawrence presents Terry Colson with the Best Defensive Award. 220 Head Coach Billy Henderson presents Dickie Maddox with The Best Hustler Award. Mr. Bill Barron presents Ralph Pulliam with The Best Sports- manship Award. Recognition Mr. Bill Ethridge, representing The Exchange Club of Bibb County, pre- sents Richard Whitfield with The Most Improved Award. There was a tie for The Best Offensive Award. Here Coaches Henderson and Beale present Charlie Fiveash and Floyd Evans their trophies. Mr. Pax Coleman (right), President of the Macon Touchdown Club, presents the Harry Kendall Award for the city championship to Mr. Fred Johnson, Principal of Senior High and Mr. Charles Deaton, Principal of Junior High. Basketball VARSITY CAGERS First Row: Terry Colson, Emmett Goodman, Gary (Cotton) Smith, Richard McCullough, Bobby Fredricks, Prentice Knight, Hank Baxter—Megr., Jerry Spillers—Mgr.; Second Row: Coach Downer, Billy Hester, Dickie Maddox, Mike Fields, Ralph Pulliam, David Blair, Derryll Parker, Ricky Payne, Donald Brannon—Mgr., Head Basketball Coach Martin Allman. Ralph Pulliam—Center Terry Colson Co-Captain Guard Gary (Cotton) Smith Guard A Tough Schedule Forward Ricky Payne “Takes a rest” in a game with Columbus High. Right: Where’ ; , Above: Payne shows a Dudley Hughes player it go? 7 how easy it is to “take it away.” Left: Billy Hester Forward, Team Captain Right: No! You can’t have it, it’s mine! Yields Lots of Action Football players get in some early practice for next season. Py Left: Who let that thing loose ° ° : j ore 7? Above: Forward—Billy Hester drives in for a perfect | in here? lay-up during a game with Perry. Left: Guard Gary Smith drops in two against Jordan, Right: Emmett Goodman Guard, Co-Captain City Auditorium—Poet Jinx Ram Cagers Drop Two £D Determined Forward Billy Hester drives hard in the first game against Lanier this year. Above: Guard ‘Terry Colson drives into Right: Forward Mike shooting position against Lanier. Fields lays in two dur- ing the hot fourth quar- ter of the heartbreaking final game with Lanier. Left: Richard McCullough Guard Right: Forward Ricky Payne stops an attempted drive by a disappointed Valdosta play- er. Stull Holds As the Heartbreakers 61-60, Tae! BY t . . ‘ oy Pn Center David Blair shows a Poet how to mess up the op- ponents’ plans. Forward Billy Hester leaps up for a basket in the final game with Lanier; the closest fought ballgame of the season. Left: Guard Emmett Good- man demonstrates a very ef- fective way to keep the op- posing team from scoring take it away from him. Left: Head Basketball coach Martin Allman “gives” direc- tions to the team during the final tense moments of the final game with Lanier. Right: Ricky Payne Forward “B” Team First Row: Manager Eddie Poulnott, Jack Evans, Danny Strickland, Ralph Alligood, Hugh Laing, Woody Newby, Gary Hutche- son; Second Row: Coach Mixon, Brad Henderson, Durwood Sauls, James Holland, Larry Bowen, Larry Pope, Rosby McKenzie, Coach Duckworth. 9th Grade First Row: Danny Purvis (Manager), Ronnie Wallace, Jimmy Lovejoy, Chuck Jones, Bo Batts, Dennis Ellis, Johnnie Sharpless, David Algea, Ronnie Cooper, Steve Sark; Second Row: Coach Beale, Dick Jansen, James Friedlander, Jess Collins, Thomas Monroe, Eddie Horne, Ronnie Fincher, Kenneth Dixon, Jerry Smith, Bill Goodner. 226 Kighth Grade = re First Row: Jimmy Culpepper, Butch Barnes, Tommy Zielinski, Robert West, Donald Miller; Second Row: Ricky Walker, Sammy Raffield, Julian Bass, Cecil Claxton, Gene Crump; Third Row: Coach Garvin, Alan McCoury, Mike Bloodworth, Larry Ful- ford, Wayne Jones. COURT RECORDS Varsity Rams . Lanier a — Dens IN-G Rams Warner Robins fesdan oe Via 3 Rams Wilkinson Co. Tidew : “we j C 55 Rams Warner Robins 5 Rams : Northside Rams 3 Lanier - Rams 5 Rams 43 a Rams 5 Jenkins - Rams Rams d Savannah - Rams £2. 4 Rams Lanier Grade “300 ae ris! ‘ 4 50 “WRams Northside Hares Warner Robins 68 oe Rams. “aes Rams 50 Albany 77 51 Ramso : Lanier Rams Say 52 Range, Northside Rams Moultrie 10. Rams) " ‘ Lanier Rams 4 Valdosta 61 Rams 51 Warner Robins Rams nd 4 Lani 50 Rams : Warner Robins ee Rams : Warner Robins ! » Rams oo a ined : : “es Rams 32 Baldwin Co. s aldwin Co. Rams 39 Baldwin Co. Rams U Warner Robins 61 Rams 3 9 N . Rams - Jordan 68 Rams... a aay ; neues Rams Baldwin Co. Rams " ‘i : 8th Grade Rams... Hughes ... .5 Won—8 Rams . LaGrange 77 3 Lost—6 Rams Lanier - Rams. .... .. Columbus Rams. ........! Valdosta Baseball VARSITY First Row (kneeling): Mike Luzier, Marshall Beasley, Bobby Fredricks, Charlie Fiveash, David Ellis, Charles Asbell, Gary Hutch- eson; Second Row: Ralph Merritt (Manager), Oliver Bliss, Terry Colson, Derryll Parker, Gary Smith, Dickie Maddox, Billy Hester, Emmett Goodman, Brad Henderson, Robert Scarborough (Manager). Emmett Goodman: infield Charlie Fiveash: Terry Colson: outfield catcher 7 came | Dow» oe ee HOME, SWEET HOME! Gary Smith: shortstop Oliver Bliss: pitcher ae eet aS See Goodman “hot-foots” it home in a game with our cross-town arch-rivals. Gary “Cotton” Smith ALWAYS gets his man . . . some- Emmett Goodman, “the man with the big stick,” really puts the times. wood to the ball for extra bases. 229 8TH GRADE BASEBALL First Row (kneeling): Eddy Osborn, Jim McElroy, Ronnie Roberts, Louis Friedlander, Tim Duke, Jim Edwards, Allen Williams, Ronnie Usery, Alton Horne; Second Row: Mike Shepard, John Shadrack, Barry McDaniel, Keith Powell, Ronnie Griffin, Roby Fuller, Jerry Crowell, Randy Mr. Watson, Smith, Charles Rogers, Danny Kilgore; Third Row: Melvin Coe, Jerry Blount, Hal Perry, Donny Rooks, Dan Thomas, Jeff Holloway, Eddie Hutcheson, James Higgins, Barry Smith, Wayne Williamson, Carl Holmes. . “Speedy” rounds first base in the Varsity vs. Faculty game. He showed everyone that the big boys can play too. 9TH GRADE BASEBALI Head Coach Billy Henderson “quietly dis- cusses” the game with the umpire. { f } = faa mi TS (i : sel ae First Row (kneeling): Albert Blizzard, Randy Jackson, Robert Marshall, Jimmy Lovejoy, Dennis Ellis, Alan Boldon, Richard Krysalka, Dean Goodman; Second Row: James Friedlander, Bill Goodner, Jack Culpepper, Alan Laing, Steve Sark, Darryll Cheek; Third Row: Johnny Sharpless, Roy Smith, Johnny Myers, Jim Cherry, Malford Williams, Dick Jansen, Chuck Cross, J. P. Moore. Power hitter Bobby Fredricks really O.K.! The team that loses the toss puts all he has into this one but it . . , 3 gets Colson for the first half of the just wouldn’t go straight. A game. : at Baseball is far from losing out as a spectator sport as witnessed by the number of fans that turned out for 5 ee = a 2 [4 230 ade ee — Se EI this game with Lanier. Swim ming This is practice? First Row: Coach Tommy Close, Bubba Brogden, Mickey Griffin, David Nowell, Randy Hudson (co-captain); Second Row: Coach Charles Deaton, Glen Faulkner. Greg Helmuth (captain), Don Stickney, Larry Adams, Hubert Johnson, David Adams. Team captain Greg Helmuth demonstrates the butter- fly stroke. Bobby Humphries demonstrates the good form needed for a smooth swing. Golf 1963 Lettermen: Mike Fields, Raymond Baggarly, Wade Roundtree, Kip Causey. First Row: Kip Causey, Woody Mewbern, Skeet Heard; Second Row: Coach Jesse Duckworth, Donnie Griffin, Terry Lawson, Lee Stephenson, Coach Tommy Mixon; Third Row: Wade Roundtree, Mike Fields, Raymond Baggarly. Track — 4 , m i , x a , Main, Bt = La aa. 4 ¥ vq a 4 ee First Row: Tweet Wheeler, Jimmy Ayers, Sonny Harrison, Tim Miley: Second Row: Billy Vaughn, James Holland, Barney Kinard, Derryll Parker, Mike Luzier. James Holland e | Shot-Put - a — a Fe Derryll Parker a bts - —— : Carlie McNeil Sprint Man Discus ae te Stallings—Varsity ; JR. HIGH TRACK: First Row: Mark Perry, Jack Culpepper, Ronnie Howard; Second Row: Ronnie Wallace, Ronnie Fincher, Joe Prince. Johnny Cross TRACK COACHES: Mack Edwards Mike Garvin—Jr. High; Country. l MILE RELAY: Billy Vaughn and Sonny Harrison. Carl Puckett—Pole Vault Barney Kinard Javelin Gymnastics viite aS 4 guinilte i 726) ‘sei taunt? | 4 oY ee ‘ First Row (seated): Randy Yaughn, Steve Kell, Charles Rogers, Ronnie Cooper, Donnie Howard, Robert Sherling, Tommy Seagraves; Second Row: Ronnie Moore, Wayne Harris, Butch Barlow, Danny Lesley, Walter Buffington, Jim Freeman, Monty Wilson, Randy Stinson, Richard Kunka, Ronnie Garner; Third Row: Tommy Damron, Jack Wilson, Reid Flanders, David Seagraves, Carl Holmes, Phil Sprinkle, Terry Buffington, Mark Coppock, Coach Mack Edwards; Fourth Row: Johnny Thomp son, Wayne Burgess, Gene Beasley, Roger Hudson, Wayne Rogers, Al DeCastro, Buford Colvin. L-Seat—demonstrated by Richard Kunka Back Handspring—demonstrated by Steve a Side horse vaulting—demonstrated by David Beck Ss . ' Seagraves Front Scale demonstrated by ‘1 234 Roger Hudson Wrestlin g Marty Parham (white trunks) switches his opponent for two points. First Row: James Hamm, Frank Ruis, Randy Jackson, Jack Culpepper, Allan Laing, Lloyd Ruis, Robert Griggers, Bobby Griffin; Second Row: Mike Luzier, Carl Sheppard, Earl Arnold, Al Brown, Mike Langford, Jimmy Landrum, Marty Parham, Robert Marshall, Vernon Chute; Third Row: Donald Lance, Jerry Ward, Chuck Cross, Jimmy Bean, Wayne (Buffalo) Johnson, Carl Summers, Jimmy Defoe, Mark Coppock, Ronnie Defoe. S-P-L-A-T!! Terry Moore Manager m= ; ; hen “Pee Wee” Johnson, 236 pounds pins his 305 pound opponent in a little over one minute. Robert Griggers, 110 pounds, shows that even the small ones can take part in wrestling. Tennis Team First Row: Bobby Floyd, Ronnie Scanlin, Kenneth Jones, Tim Belury, Tommy Cook, Jerry Bagly, Randy Amesworth; Second Row: Coach Mixon, Charles Haun, Robert Haggard, Charles Peacock, Dixie Maddox, Mickie Scanlin, Eddie Pullnout—Megr., Coach Duckworth. Rocky Mills and Ronnie Garner Company “B” Donald Floyd Company “A” Ps. Captains Ronnie Peacock Company “D” Carl Puckett Company “C” Company “E Tommy Goss Company “F” Robert Benson Ramblin’ Ram Ricky Payne, President of the Ram Club, presents Junior High prin- cipal Charles Deaton (center) and Senior High principal Fred Johnson (right) with the new trophy case donated to the school by the Ram Club. These boys represented Willingham at the Southea stern Regional Physical Fitness Clinic in Atlanta, February 14-16 at the Biltmore Hotel. The clinic was sponsored by the President’s Council On Physical Fitness. Participants from seven southeastern states and instructors from all over the United States came. First Row: Tony Yacobacci, Mickey Peacock, Carl Sheppard, Ricky Crochet; Second Row: Ronnie Garner, Lee Stephenson, Ronnie Moore, Tommy Goss; Third Row: Joe McDaniel, Reggie Gibson, Donald Floyd, Larry Burdge; Fourth Row: ALLEY-OOP! Carl Puckett, Junior Bostick, Stevie Johnson, Robert Benson, Rocky Mills. Sincere thanks to Mr. Bill Barron for the help he so graciously gave this year’s Ramscott. Capable Instructors, Outstanding Helen Faulkner Jo Hutto Jolene Turner Billie Anderson In 1963 the McEvoy physical education staff, headed by Helen Faulkner, organized a gym- nastics team. Composed chiefly of Junior High girls, the team has been learning new gym- nastics routines this year. The instructors are now trying to form a girls’ basketball team. Along with the GAA, the instructors plan gym class activities for the year. This responsibility was shared by the GAA for the first time in °63-764. Several times during each year stu- dents compete in sports with the faculty. The gym instructors are responsible for organizing the faculty team. Last spring the physical fitness tests were first administered to all girls and will be re- quired in each coming year. Another new re- quirement added was exercise at least one day of each week. Since this exercise prepared the girls for the tests, several school records were broken. 4 These girls are “participating” in the six weeks of exercising prior to the be- The same group is preparing for the physical fitness ginning of the volleyball season. tests to be given. 238 Athletes, and Officers Athletics Ouida Brannan, Garrie Brewer, and Sharon Hewell check the agenda to notify the gym classes of the activities GAA has planned for the coming year. Vicki Funderburke set a new school record by com- pleting the shuttle run in 9.7 seconds. Ma Ouida Brannan, Evelyn Strickland, Sandra Colter, and Rhonda Hewell were elected by the GAA as the outstanding athletes of their respective classes. For their achievements in all gym activities, their active interest in GAA, and their promotion of good sportsmanship, they received this honor. During the physical fitness tests, Janice Rawlings set a new school record of seven feet in the standing broad jump. 239 Ann Cryer Irene Harrison Jerrie Alfirov Linda Harris (ME. 5 rat : =: Susan McDaniel, Marsha Hunt, Dianne Driggars, Betty Miles, Sandra McCrane, and Carole Gibson cheer for the B Team. Dedicated Cheerleaders Display Spark and Sportsmanship in °63-64 Season. The Junior Varsity is composed of Margaret Grace, Tommie Anne Stowe, Linda Prince, June Bryant, Susan McCranie, Janice Hinson, Gen Bryant, and Paula Lewis. Gym Day Offers Sportsmanship, These seniors give i y. Elaine Howard seems to be having trouble Donna Evancic is making out fine. while .. . “On your mark, get set, go!” These shouts begin the three exciting Gym Days. The first day, all physical education students are al- lowed to participate, for this is the day of track events. Included in the fun are the three- legged race, the kangaroo hop, the tag relay, the fifty yard dash, and the over and u nder relay. At one o'clock the entire student body, always well prepared with sun glasses and sun- tan lotion, gathers to view the races. As they soak up a little sun, the students cheer for the favorites. Softball games begin the second day and are continued the third day. Teams are chosen from each class by the gym teachers according to ability and sportsmanship. Um- pires for Junior High games are usually older 4 ey Elimination after elimination is held until . . . a winner is found. Recognition, and Team Terry Dorsey makes a fine play for her team. students, while the gym teachers umpire Senior High games. Each team is cheered through the seven in- nings of play by the other members of their class. On the first day of the softball games last spring, the eighth and twelfth grade teams fell to the freshmen and juniors respectively. The sophomores were victorious over the fresh- men and the juniors the following day to be the champion team for 1963. A slide like this can be the difference between an out and a base hit. Pat Singletary gets off a good serve in an effort to help her team win as... Mercedes Neves gets a chance to prac- tice her ballet lessons. Sandy Kelly and Rita Daniel show fine form as... These eighth graders are beginning to learn the game. as One of Ann Walker returns the favor. Girls always look forward to vol- leyball as a relief from the preceding six weeks of exercise. For the Junior High girls the volleyball season offers a chance to learn the rules, although our lassies often make up some of their own! Games are more interest- ing that way! By the time the girls reach Senior High school, they have begun to master such skills as “spik- ing” the ball. Some of the girls still have not learned how to stand up while playing, however. Having the losing team run around the soccer field encourages the girls to play their best and creates good spirit in class. The climax of the volleyball assistance comes from other teammates. the Favorite Activities Miss Turner begins the game for the teachers and... Sandra McCrane does the same ‘for the Seniors. season is the Senior-Faculty volley- ball game. The faculty team, or- ganized by the physical education teachers, competes with the student team, which consists of seniors only. Three games with limits of eight minutes or fifteen points were played. Although the teachers have been vic- torious the last few years, this year’s seniors almost pulled an upset. Our determined seniors had no difficulty winning the first game. The faculty bounced back in the second game to sail past the seniors 15-5. The third game was nip and tuck all the way with the faculty winning 15-12 with only three minutes of play remaining. Sandra McCall spikes for a point as... Miss Weaver gets into the action again and. . . is richly rewarded for her efforts. Hard Work and Teamwork Paid SENIORS Row 1: Patsy Mason, Patsy Horne, Pat Sealy, Jackie Meeks, Gail Coleman; Row 2: Linda DeFore, Sheila Woodall, Carolyn Reynolds, Judy Robinson, Diane Carter, Karen Wall. JUNIORS Sandra Colter, Elaine Blessitt, Ann Cooper, Sheila Payne, Toni Hudson. SOPHOMORES Row 1: Vivian Hancock, Margaret Price, Donna Car- penter; Row 2; Theresa Greer, Ann Walker, Re- becca McGlohorn, Alecia Minchew. Off for These Champions FRESHMEN Row 1: Pam Kinard, Marie Lane, Felicia Cooley; Row 2: Brenda Clifford, Dianne Kitchens, Janice Gilbert, Janice Rawlens. SUB-FRESHMEN Row 1: Sherry Cofer, Donna Fowler, Vicki Parks, Arden Hill, Mary Ann Johnson; Row 2: Melba Howard, Connie Meins, Sandra Howard, Susan Mad- dox, Cecilia Irby. This is the champion team which played a basketball game in order to raise money for the Teenage March of Dimes. Activities Such as These Offer This group of girls practices for a fame of soccer. Ouida Brannan takes advantage of the spring weather to play tennis. Between the six weeks of exercise and the time volleyball begins, soccer, speedball, and TF we Ppa other minor sports are played. The girls find a cae te a | it fun to try new games once in a while. Field hockey is sometimes substituted for speed-ball Field hockey proves to be an exciting as well as rough game. or soccer for the older girls. When basketball season ends, archery and tennis fill the time space until softball season arrives. Although these two sports are taken up only a short time, they are enjoyed by both Junior and Senior High girls. Lassies soon discover that tennis is not as easy as accomplished players make the game appear, and that the girls are not at all William Tells! - 2 - j = SS be = Sandra Meeks and Pat «Prince try their luck at Touchdown! No, not football, but an exciting game of speedball. archery. 248 Variety, Fun, and Health Sandra Youngblood demonstrates a handstand. Tumbling is a part of the yearly schedule for the gym classes, but the gymnastics team wor year round learning new techniques in the gym- nastics field. Good prospects are always wel- come, but not everyone can meet the rigid qualifications. These requirements inlcude hav- Carol Crissey and Jean Lavender “spot” Rebecca McGlohorn for a ing a flexible back and over-all agility. handspring. Girls must be able to do a round-off, a cartwheel, a split, a handstand, and forward and backward rolls. Under the direction of Mrs. Hutto, Miss Anderson, and Miss Turner, the girls have learned a great deal. Entering their second year of gymnastics, the girls have accomplished techniques and stunts that seem impossible. oa Yd Carol Watson and Sandra Youngblood complete a running handspring. Carol Watson and Sandra Youngblood execute a difficult arm to arm stand. 249 Basketball Is Considered to Jean Lavender shows her stuff with a hook Roslyn Hall and Brenda Smith fight it out Ouida Brannan racks up two points for her shot. with a jump. team. After completion of the physical fit- ness tests, another rollicking season of basketball begins. Some girls start to show good basketball potential as early as their freshman year. However, these girls never really get to develop their skill, because McEvoy cannot have a basketball team. The boundless energy of these girls is put to use in many events that occur during the basketball season, such as the student-faculty bas- ketball game. The rules and regulations learned during that time of the year also help make lassies better spectators at the Willingham games. Watch that forward and her teammates! Fighting is no way to solve your problems! Roslyn Hall buckets two for her team These girls seem to have a disagreement as Dianne Deese drives for two points. a“ ae 250 to who is to have the ball. Be the Favorite Sport Mrs. Gibbs tries for two points. The students seem to be having a hard time These two determined players fight it out Highlighting the basketball season is the Student-Faculty basketball game. Since the beginning of this game four years ago, this attraction has helped promote good student-faculty relations and good sportsmanship and spirit among the student spectators. This year’s faculty team, consisting of Helen Faulkner, Jo Hutto, Billie Anderson, Jolene Turner, Nan Middlebrooks, and Sarah Gibbs, defeated the students 41- 28. Helen Faulkner took top sc oring honors for the faculty with 23 points, and Ouida Brannan led the students with 12. “Stric” tries her luck at the foul line. Martha Ann Jansen hits for two points. This is the kind of competition the students Miss Turner has two points in the making. The students show that they can be rough had to face. too! 251 Activities Charlotte Moore Crowned Spring Football Queen Sponsors for the Blue-White Game were: Brenda Smith, Lana Tyre, and Linda Head for the White team and Charlotte Moore, Sheila Waters, and Marsha Young for the Blues. The annual Willingham-McEvoy Spring football game was held on March 22, 1963. The day’s fes- tivities included a joint pep rally at both schools, the Blue-White game, and a dance following the game. The game, which has become a tradition at Willingham and McEvoy, was keenly fought with the strong defensive White squad being victorious 13-6. The six candidates for Spring Queen were pre- sented to the fans during halftime ceremonies. The queen, Miss Charlotte Moore, was c rowned at the dance sponsored by the Ram Club. Charlotte’s court Head, Marsha Young, Sheila Waters, Lana Tyre, and Brenda Smith. ht ’ consisted of the other candidates—Misses Linda we S Charlotte Moore and PE captain as they watch the game from their sideline seats. Lorraine Lewis is installed as President of Senior Dra- matics by out-going President June Austin. The Senior Dramatics Club, made up of both Willingham and McEvoy students, promotes dra- matics in the schools. Each year they present sev- eral plays to the students. One of the best presented this year was “Arsenic and Old Lace.” Each year the McEvoy Art Club sponsors an art exhibit. The art work exhibited is done by the students at school. The works are many and varied, some being oils, some ceramics, and others chalks. These paintings present some of the talent and originality of the McEvoy girls. L Julia Pouncy, Buddy Sherman, Mary Ann Durden, and Robert Scar- borough take part in play presented by the Senior Dramatics Club entitled “Arsenic and Old Lace.” Sheila Waters presents Camille Garrad with her “senior gift.” Elaine Carr strings balloons, balloons, and more P ‘ = P balloons in preparation for the -Sr “Moon River” Theme of °63 McEvoy | i nce Junior-Senior The annual McEvoy Junior-Senior dance was held May 21 in the McEvoy gym. In order to carry out the theme “Moon River,” a decoration committee, headed by Elaine Carr, was appointed. A backdrop picturing a couple beside a river under a golden moon added to the atmosphere. White balloons led to the cen- ter of the ceiling where a yellow moon was suspended. Small stars and moons bearing the seniors’ names hung along each wall. Gifts were presented to each senior by a junior. Music was furnished by the Don Toland Combo. A breakfast was held at Pinebrook Inn following the dance. The juniors worked hard to prepare for this Nancy Hicks, Gayle Bennett, Tommy Deep, and Jimmy Hadden look tired. I dance and the outcome was well worth the S wonder why? effort. Sandra Meeks and Emmett Goodman wait for their food =. at breakfast following the dance. Chris Davis and Lamar Harris seem to be enjoying the chairs and tables furnished by the juniors. ig ae 1 Willingham Junior-Senior Held in Naval Reserve Armory On Friday, May 3, Willingham held their sixth annual Junior-Senior. The dance was held in the Naval Reserve Armory on River- side Drive. The Don Toland Combo, who also furnished music for the McEvoy Jr.-Sr.. played. The dance theme was “Harbor Lights.” Chaperones for the affair were Mr. Charles Byrd and his wife. Mrs. Georgia Watkins. Mrs. Daisy Beatty. and Mr. Fred Johnson. Following the dance the juniors held a breakfast at Pinebrook. while the seniors had a seperate breakfast at Howard Community Center. R obert Benson and Sharon Harris show ‘em how it’s done! Catalinas Capture First Place in Junior Talent Show McEvoy held their annual Junior Talent Show on April 1. This year’s theme was “The Roaring Twenties.” Decorations were carried out along this line with an old-fashioned soda shop. Sheila Waters served as mistress of ceremonies and Joe McDaniel was the soda jerk. Proceeds were used for the Jr.-Sr. The Catalinas, a band composed of Willingham students. walked off with a well-deserved first place. Donna Sue Mondy twirled herself into second place. Several couples dance to the music of the Don Toland Combo. Donna Sue Mondy twirls her baton in Junior Talent Show. Catalinas capture first place with “rocking” music. Emmett Goodman, one of the brave boys at Willingham, directs traffic in the Willingham parking lot. As the school year of 62-’63 was coming to a close many and varied activities were taking place. New members from all the Y-Teen clubs in Macon were inducted at the Mother-Daughter Banquet held at the Y.W.C.A. Inter-Club Council officers for the coming year were also installed. Since the Inter- Club Council was formed a McEvoy girl has held the office of President. On June 5, 1963, the senior classes of both McEvoy and Willingham held joint graduation exercises in the City Auditorium. McEvoy was in charge of the planning of the exercises. Diplomas were presented by William Brake and Fred Johnson. principals of McEvoy and Willingham respectively. Another important event of the spring is the an- nouncement of the cheerleaders. Junior Varsity. B-Team, and Varsity cheerleaders are announced during an activity assembly period. Varied Activities Close 1962-63 Jane Windham receives office of President Council at the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet. Linda Harris and Jerrie Alfirov anxiously await announcement of the 1963-64 Varsity cheerleaders. 258 of Y-Teen Inter-Club Marsha Young and Jim Wooten, editors-in-chief of the ’” Ramscott, unpack annuals. Adecia Pierce takes part in the annual signing. annual tradition ot Kay Harrington and Mrs. Lanier enjoy the University of Georgia campus while on the G.S.P.A. convention. Late, Lost Annuals Finally Arrive Marsha and Mrs. Hinesley examine the finished product. The annuals were late. much to the horror of Mrs. Hines- ley and the staff members. According to one of the rumors Mr. Brake had the annuals hidden at McEvoy to keep girls from getting out of class to sign them. The 63 Ramscott was well worth waiting for, and the staff should be very proud of their work. The staff members of the Ramscott, the Bonnie Blue Print, and the Willingham Rampage attended the Georgia Scholastic Press Association convention held at the Univer- sity of Georgia in Athens. There were representatives from most high-school newspapers and annuals throughout the state. Kay Harrington was elected Second Vice-President. Carol Irby gets prepared for G.S.P.A. convention. Ay ELEMENTS 5 OF : CEOMETRY Runell Short, Donna Sue Mondy, and Ellen Russell display Tri-Hi-Y Easter eggs. Something must be awfully funny about the geometry project which Mrs. Powell and Roslyn Hall are examining. Each spring is filled with club projects, assembly programs, and school work. Extra projects take up most of our time, especially senior essays. This past Easter Tri-Hi-Y took Easter eggs to Bibb Industrial Home and gave the children there an Easter egg hunt. This served as the Tri-Hi-Y project for April and also made the children very happy. The Wesleyan Washboard Band, composed of six Wesleyan students playing everything from washboards to spoons, was one of the favorite groups participating in our assembly programs this past spring. Besides playing they also sang folk songs. The. Wesleyan Washboard Band performs at another McEvoy assembly. Mr. Brake plays “big bad wolf” at an assembly. Hi Pat Pape and Mrs. Berlin talk with Mrs. Nadler, who spoke to the McEvoy government and history classes. Another assembly program which is always popular with the students is the presentation of Student Council skits. Each candidate is allotted a time length in which to present her skit and campaign speech. Usually, the week before elections, posters have been plastered all over the school to familiarize the students with each candidate. Only those students who have registered are allowed to vote. The Middle Georgia Ensemble has become an annual visitor to McEvoy. It is comprised of four students of Middle Georgia College who excel in singing. This year the history and government classes had a special treat. Mrs. Nadler told of her recent trip to Russia. One of the most important days at McEvoy is Recog- nition Day. Trophies are awarded to those who have maintained an “A” average. who have received special awards, or won scholarships. Almost everyone is recog- nized in some way, even if it is being the worst one in your class. The winning skit in Student Council election. Middle Georgia group sings at a McEvoy assembly. Peggy Barry presents Janice Norris with a trophy for being Star student from McEvoy. Summer’s Ended, School’s “Beginded” Everything good must come to an end, even summer. Jovial students return to their respec- tive schools. The days fall into a routine very quickly and soon schedule cards are thrown away (Cotton and Beenie still carry theirs of course). The grass which has managed to grow on the hill between the two schools during the summer is quickly trampled. Willingham is deserted in the morning, until the five-minute bell at McEvoy rings. Boys come from all di- rections, any way they can get to Willingham before class starts. This is a daily occurrence, rain or shine. It just wouldn’t be the same without boys at McEvoy before school, would it girls? Charles Ross gets subscriptions from a Junior High supervision for sale of Rampage. Isn’t Robert Browning just the most WONDERFUL person that ever lived? She rose to her full height and said, “Leave, you bum!” Kay Harrington makes a wonderful mother in the Beta Club play entitled “The Light Went Out.” TLL 1 ‘ HHH . Candy Adams represents a typical senior in Mrs. What ya doing in the luggage rack, Carl? “Puckett,” victim Burt’s government class. on the Jordan football trip, tries to get out of the luggage rack, head first? It sure is peaceful after all those boys get out of here! If you think we go to nonco-ed schools you're crazy! Coach Garvin, candidate for Homecoming Queen, demonstrates his charm and poise. Coach Garvin, who is nominated each year, always seems to lose out in the final election. Maybe he'll make it some day. Jane and Joan Lavender look on as Donna Hattaway opens her senior ring. Large crowd attends football banquet at Willingham. Coach Hill gives farewell speech. “Senior Rings Late” McEvoy seniors were on “pins and needles” un- til their senior rings arrived. The Willingham rings were late also, but arrived about a week be- fore McEvoy’s. An important event for all football players, cheer- leaders, coaches, and parents is the football ban- quet. Awards are given to eighth graders, ninth graders, B-teamers, and Varsity players. Outstand- ing player awards are presented along with cheer- leaders letters. A football, signed by all varsity players and bearing the 14-13 score of the Willing- ham-Lanier game, was presented to Coach Hill who has left the coaching field to enter the insurance business. Decorations for this banquet were planned and made by the cheerleaders and Mrs. Nikula’s art classes. Homecomin g In preparation for the Homecoming game. the week of October 14-19 was one bustling with activities. The Allied Medical Careers Club of McEvoy sponsored the sale of mums which were dis- tributed that Friday after school. joint pep rally for senior high students was held at Willingham and one for junior high students at McEvoy. Also the annual bon-fire was held behind Willingham’s gym. Cheerleaders led students in cheers backed up by the Willingham Band. Halftime was presented by the Willingham Pride of Dixie Band, at which time the five Judy Elrod distributes “mums” for A.M.C.C. finalists for Homecoming Queen were pre- sented. Lana Tyre was crowned Queen at a dance following the game by last year’s queen Char- lotte Moore. The dance was planned for and decorated by Ram Club, who also had been in charge of the bon fire and decorations at the stadium. “Pride of Dixie” band gives spectacular performance during halftime. Cheerleaders lead Ram fans in a combined pep rally and presentation of Homecoming Queen candidates. Tremendous spirit was displayed at the bonfire the night before the game. Five finalists being presented at halftime. McEvoy Student Coun cil nominee: Senior Linda Hall. Willingham Band nomi- nee: Senior Andrea Hammond. At the game: Dwight Tyler and Donna Evancic, Jerry Leverette and Linda Hall, Gary Walker and Puckett and Linda Harris, Pete Gaines and Lana Tyre, later crowned '63-'64 Homecoming Queen. Andrea Hammond, Car] Ram Club nominee: Junior Linda Harris. Red Cross nominee: Donna Evancie. Lana—Queen in This year our Homecoming game was played against the unbeaten Albany Indians. The game was bitterly contested and a complete toss-up until the final thirty seconds. Much to the Rams’ sorrow Albany won 13-9. Consolation for the loss of the football game was the crowning of Lana Tyre as Homecoming Queen for 1963-64. The previous week had been filled with campaigns for fifteen girls who had been nominated by clubs at Willingham and the McEvoy Student Council. These fifteen girls were narrowed to ten girls in a preliminary election. Another election was held to choose the five finalists. Lana is a Varsity cheerleader as well as a captain in the McEvoy band. She made a beautiful queen surrounded by her court of Linda Harris, Donna Evancic, Linda Hall, and Andrea Hammond. I’m forever blowing bubbles! Here is the flagpole atop a building about to be “decorated.” Willingham Wins Agai n Willingham’s annual football game with their cross-town rivals, Lanier, is always preceded by a week in which school] spirit is exhibited by both schools. This year was no ex- ception. A group of stalwart seniors made the traditional trip to Lanier Senior in the middle of the night. Their ob- jective—to fly a balloon, painted in blue and white with “GO RAMS,” on it, atop the flagpole. With their goal accomplished, they returned to Willingham to “protect” it. Balloon which was flown above Lanier. South Sea scene during halftime at game. Seniors—Dwight Tyler, Oney Hudson, Joe McDaniel, and Carl Puckett lead cheers. During a pep rally at school several leading seniors gave pep talks and led the students in cheers. All during the week before the game’ elab- orate plans were made to try to out-decorate the opposing side. Pre-game was presented by the McEvoy Band. Halftime was a South Pacific show pre- sented by the Willingham Ba nd. Faithful fans braved the cold weather to attend game. Anne Cryer Crowned Queen at First Winter Carnival Dance Ann Cryer—Winter Carnival Queen. Mr. and Miss Merry Christmas are announced at Winter Carnival Dance. As 1963 was drawing to a close the McEvoy student council sponsored a Winter Carnival Dance on Decem- ber 19. The Don Toland Combo provided the music. The highlight of the dance was the crowning of Miss Merry Christmas by Mr. Brake. Mr. Merry Christmas was also announced. Miss Merry Christmas was Anne Cryer while Mary Ann Young and Mildred Leaptrot were runners-up. Dwight Tyler reigned as Mr. Merry Christmas with Pudge Butler and Raymond Bateman as runners-up. The theme of the dance was “The Skater’s Waltz.” Gail Williamson and Audie Schwegman were in charge of arrangements for the dance. The last day of school was one of parties and presents. Each supervision had a party with food galore. Seniors. who had been collecting money all week, presented Mr. Brake with $135 to be used for scholarships and library books. Coke Parties were on the agenda for last day of school in 63 269 The “Hootenurses” from Macon Hospital School of Nursing sing “Stewball” at Junior Hootenanny. ee ot a Ronnie Smith was one of the favorites. Junior Hootenanny The traditional Junior Talent Show was replaced by a Junior Hootenanny in order to follow the swing of teen-age taste toward American folk music. The hootenanny was a fund-raising project to finance the 1964 Junior-Senior. Another hootenanny was planned for later in the year. During January, members of the Bonnie Blue Print and McEvoy members of the Ramscott were initiated into Quill and Scroll, an honorary club for high school journalists. We have the only Quill and Scroll Club in Macon. The “Weskits,” a group of McEvoy Hootenanny. “Hail to the class that raises more, Hail to the class of 64!” President Kay Harrington and Secretary Chris Davis present Mary Jane Epps with Quill and Scroll pin and membership card. Delta Airline Stewardess Barbara Moody tells of her career on Career Day. Mrs. Frost, to whom the McEvoy section of the annual was dedicated, hard at work in the office. Don’t be a litter bug— Student Council campaign to clean up the McEvoy campus. Beta Club Sponsors Career Day Again Beta Club sponsored Career Day. Several weeks before the planned date a survey was taken to see just what careers were the most popular among the girls. As usual, teaching, being an airline stewardess, being a beautician, and being a nurse ranked among the top careers requested. The annual Rich’s spend-the-day trip was planned for February 29, the extra day in the year. This trip is spon- sored by the McEvoy senior class each year in order to raise money for scholarships to be given out Recognition Day. The group goes up on the Nancy Hanks in the morn- ing, spends the day shopping at Rich’s, attends a fashion show presented by Rich’s, and returns on the train that evening. “Don’t be a litter bug” is the campaign of the Student Council. An all-out drive to clean up the campus was sponsored by McEvoy’s Student Council. Posters were placed around the school and trash cans were made avail- able everywhere. Poster announcing Senior Rich’s Spend-the-Day trip. Spend-the Day Payt SAT. FEB 28 $3.00 FAST, S20 : While the cat’s away the mice will play. Several seniors pose for a picture in Mr. Brake’s office while he is at a principal’s convention. Bottle collections aided greatly in the March of Dimes race. Ramscotts Collect Money for March of Dimes The Teen-age March of Dimes held bread sales and bottle collections instead of road blocks. This eliminated some of the danger involved for the students collecting. The bread sales and bottle collections were carried on on a door-to-door basis. Macon teen-agers collect a lot of money for the March of Dimes each year and have a good time doing it. Tri-Hi-Y held a series of panels on different subjects. Some of the subjects discussed were .sportsmanship, conduct, and citizenship. Different students were asked Audie Schwegman, Elaine Carr, Richard McCullough, and to participate each month. ‘ F F ; Walter Garrett take part on a Tri-Hi-Y panel. Mr. George Hutcher- son, General Manager of the Kroger stores in this district, speaks to the Willingham seniors on going into the groc- ery business. Doesn’t Mrs. Richardson look tough? This is what happens when you teach in a boys’ school. 272 Lanier Game Draws Huge Crowd Willingham’s home game with Lanier was one of the most spirit-packed in the school’s history. Signs were made to show the Poets how determined we were to win—and we almost did. There were several dances after basketball games this year which added interest to the games. Another basketball game which aroused a lot of spirit was one between the McEvoy Seniors and Juniors. This bas- ketball game was sponsored to raise money for the Ramscott March of Dimes team. It was a rousing success for the Ramscotts and Seniors, who won the game. There’s always one! B-Team cheerleaders lead their team to victory. Robert Benson and Sandy McCrane, “cut loose” dance after a basketball game. Patsy Spires and Rutledge Beacham dance “Moments to Remember.” to the song Sweetheart Patsy Spires surrounded by her court: Vicki Funder- burke, Sue Irby, Pam Johnson, Mary Ann Young, and their escorts. “Moments to Remember” The 1964 F.H.A. Sweetheart Ball was held on Valentine’s Day in the McEvoy gym. The theme for the dance this year was “Moments to Remember.” Decorations helped carry out this theme as well as the Valentine theme. The Galaxies from Lanier furnished music. They had played at several other dances this year. Patsy Spires was selected out of ten girls who were nominated by the club. An election was held to choose five finalists from which the Sweetheart was chosen. The Sweetheart is chosen on popularity as well as beauty. Part of the decorations for the F.H.A. Sweetheart Ball. Wall decorations display theme of the dance, “Moments to Remember.” McEvoy Star Student—Elaine Carr. Willingham Star Student—Walter Garrett. Star Students Are Chosen Star students are picked on the basis of College Board scores and first semester grades. A stu- dent is picked to represent each high school in the district, state, and national contests. Both Elaine Carr and Walter Garrett are president of the Beta Clubs at their schools. This year McEvoy is president school of the Georgia Association of Student Councils. We are custodian of the G.A.S.C. flag. Audie Schwegman, being president of McEvoy, repre- sented Georgia in the national Student Council convention in Virginia. This is a great honor which has been bestowed upon McEvoy and we have truly lived up t o the state theme “Youth in Action.” Audie Schwegman, President of Mc- Evoy Student Coun- cil. Delinda Tomberlin, Vice-President of Student Council, and Audie Schweg- man, President, display the G.A.S.C. flag. Annual staff works hard all year so they won't be rushed the week before the final deadline. We just didn’t seem to make it. I'd rather do it myself! Mr. Littlefield hard at work in his “of- fice”? Down with the Poets Bow to me, you peasant, don’t you know royalty when you see it? ...and what do we do to Poets? Guidance counselors—having problems or Solving problems? Faithful Mrs. Lamback, on the job as usual. Boys, did you say this was study hall? Why are “yall” in all that hurry? F.H.A. members listen intently as their speaker explains the art of flower arrang- ing. Cheerleader Irene Harrison leads students in a Pre-game pep rally. Advertisements Advertising is a great influence on all of us: it affects our schools, our homes, and our community. Were it not for the contributions and support of the businessmen of our town. our task of producing an annual would have been inexpressibly more difficult. 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PHARMACY 2035 Waterville Road PHONE SH 3-156] 3717 Houston Avenue Complete RX and Sundry Needs : — PHONE SH 6-2756 Manufacturers and Distributors of o s Automotive, Marine, and Industrial Batteries BETTY ANN'S NUTS AND CANDIES Compliments Fresh Salted Nuts for any Occasion of Gift Candies GA. BANK AND TRUST COMPANY WESTGATE SHOPPING CENTER 299 QUALITY MILK SINCE 1913 All Our Dairy Products Are Processed Here in Macon for Home Deliveries SHerwood 5-3304 CHEROKEE FARMS, INC. R.F.D. NO. 2 BLOOMFIELD BEAUTY SALON MRS. TYNER WILLBORN, Owner Complete Beauty Service Evenings by Appointment DIAL 788-5798 5598 Bloomfield Road Next to Hogg's Drugs DON CALDWELL'S OPTICIANS Congratulations and Best Wishes to Class of ‘64. DON CALDWELL'S OPTICIANS 752 First Street SH 3-TWENTY-TWENTY For Twenty Twenty Vision SHRIMP BOAT CHI-CHES-TERS CHP Pharmacies Better Deals With AL RUSSELL USED CARS WILSON ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC. Electrical Apparatus Sales and Service P.O. Box 1403 557 Pine St., Macon, Ga. PHONE 746-5654 New and Rebuilt Motors — Controls — Adjustable Speed Drives — Transformers — Gearmotors — Drives — Reduced Voltage Starters Trouble Shooting — Motor Rewinding — Machine Shop Facilities Maintenance No. I-717 Riverside Drive 745-2883 No. 3-1424 Rocky Creek Road 788-2735 No. 15-2978 Vineville Avenue 743-6783 MACON, GEORGIA T T PACKING COMPANY Producers of Queen of Dixie Meat Products MACON, GEORGIA MID-SOUTH AUTO PARTS Milldegeville Road Macon, Georgia SH 5-7416 INDIANAPOLIS 7, INDIANA HERFF JONES Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers NATHAN MORGAN, JR. Telephone Glendale 2-2129 341 N. Irwin Street Milledgeville, Ga. Caps and Gowns Clint Lee Diplomas BARFIELD'S FINER FOODS DUNLAP CHEVROLET COMPANY 2160 Pio Nono Avenue First in Sales . MACON, GEORGIA First in Service YOUR FACTORY AUTHORIZED DEALER FABRICS, INC. 2965 Houston Avenue, Macon, Georgia SH 6-0752 Famous Name Brands, Labels, Fabulous Values FREE PARKING Store Hours Monday-Friday 9:30 til 9:00 Store Hours Wednesday-Thursday-Saturday 9:30 til 6:00 BUFORD-OF-PioNONO HUTCHINGS FORD BEAUTY SHOP TRACTOR COMPANY PIO NONO PLAZA 4395 Pio Nono Avenue MACON, GEORGIA HOUSTON AVENUE BARBER SHOP All Haircuts $1.00 Open Six Days a Week—7 'till 6:30 3247 HOUSTON AVENUE RAUGHTON CASH GROCERY Groceries, Meats Sinclair Gas and Oil 6801 HAWKINSVILLE ROAD ! HONE 788-2818 HOGGS HOUSTON AVENUE DRUG STORE Your Rexall Store 4096 Houston Avenue Phone 788-6651 Compliments of DIXIE TRUCK AND PARTS COMPANY 2504 Pio Nono Avenue MACON, GEORGIA SH 6-2434 Used Trucks New and Used Truck Parts JACKSON BROTHERS’ GARAGE Wheel Alignment Tune-ups a Specialty Automatic Transmissions Rebuilt Automotive Machine Shop Phone SH 2-064! 4060 Houston Avenue INGLESIDE MUSIC CENTER 2320 INGLESIDE Macon's Newest Music Shop SCOTTS SUPERMARKET 3165 VINEVILLE AVENUE CENTRAL WHITE-AUTOCAR, INC. 4425 Marion Avenue MACON, GEORGIA TELEPHONE 788-6644 Heavy Duty Truck Sales and Service White Autocar White Freightliner BROWN'S BOOK STORE Compliments of JEAN AND HALL FLORISTS Office and Art Supplies Books, Prin ts, and Framing 357 COTTON AVENUE SH 5-5739 PARKER'S BEAUTY SHOP O'KEE BARBER SHOP IDA MAE PARKER PAULINE VANDIVER FRANKIE CAUSEY SH 6-254! 1273 Newberg Avenue All Haircuts $1.00 1275 NEWBERG AVENUE INSTITUTIONAL WHOLESALERS, Purveyors of Quality Products Throughout Georgia, North Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina Prompt Shipment Made of All Orders Whether a Case or a Carload VEGETABLES GENERAL OFFICES Compliments of TUCKER’S BARBECUE DRIVE-IN " Real Pit Barbecue " 4591 Broadway Phone: 788-9940 Catering Exclusively to Schools, Colleges, Hospitals, Hotels, Restaurants, Clubs, Industrial Food Operations, Bakers and Institutions MACON, GEORGIA Compliments of RALSTON PURINA COMPANY MACON, GEORGIA MERCER UNIVERSITY A Coeducational Liberal Arts College Committed to Christian Education MERCER UNIVERSITY welcomes graduates of McEVOY and WIL- LINGHAM High Schools. The curriculum is especially designed for those who would be ministers, teachers, lawyers, business execu- tives, doctors, or pharmacists. For information, contact the DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS. MERCER UNIVERSITY Macon, Georgia HART’S MORTUARY Established 1899 Middle Georgia’s Oldest Funeral Home With Middle Georgia’s Largest and Most Experienced Staff J. FREEMAN HART, JR. T. M. Bailey James Carswell Durden G. Paul Adams Ernest C. Saxon Homer McGinty Miller Bayne Mallary Clifton B. Orr, Jr. James Fain Joseph M. Childs Miss Beulah McElveen Rev. Alton W. Ellis Mrs. Theresa Sheridan H. P. Henderson, Jr. Mrs. Mary O. Boland Howard Glen Almand Mrs. Audrey Cooper Harry G. Moody Mrs. Allene G. Lambert Thomas B. Hamlen Mrs. Hazel G. Pittman B. Hines Causey A. C. Yeomans 765 Cherry Street 746-432 MACON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Home Loans Savings 377 Third Street 900 Pio Nono Avenue JONES AND GRISSOM PRINTERS QUALITY PRINTING SINCE 1919 Phone SH 3-7936 805 SECOND STREET MACON, GEORGIA WIBB 1280 KC FOR GOOD PROGRAMS ARMSTRONG CORK COMPANY Post Office Box 1347 MACON, GEORGIA FICKLING AND WALKER, INC. Realtors — Insurers Mortgage Loans 240 Second Street Phone SH 3-633] MACON, GEORGIA Compliments of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK TRUST COMPANY In Macon " Your Full Service Bank'’ “aaa! Trust Co. in Macon MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION DOWNTOWN OFFICE CHERRY at SECOND STREET SOUTHSIDE BRANCH HOUSTON at HIGHTOWER ROAD WESLEYAN BRANCH WESLEYAN SHOPPING CENTER CHEROKEE BRANCH NAPIER at PIO NONO BACONSFIELD BRANCH 955 GRAY HIGHWAY Admiral and Zenith Televisions Whirlpoo’ —FURNITURE— WOOD APPLIANCE AND FURNITURE CO. 3709 Houston Avenue SALES AND SERVICE Phone 746-8116 JERRY WOOD Home Phone: 788-117! GOSS BARBER AND BEAUTY SALON 3683 HOUSTON AVENUE SH 6-8636 PETE KENDALL'S SERVICE STATION Atlas Tires Accessories BROADWAY AT MULBERRY Compliments of MACON BUILDERS SUPPLY COMPANY All Types of Building Material 359 Oglethorpe Street SH 2-5733 MACON, GEORGIA SH 6-755] 4670 Broadway TELEPHONE 788-3551 STEVE M. SOLOMON JR., INC. Dodge—Chrysler TONY'S BODY SHOP Complete Body and Fender Painting Glass and Air Conditioning 240 THIRD STREET PHONE 746-7631 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICAL MOTOR SERVICE 329 MAIN 746-7692 H. AND H. JEWELERS Watch Repair Jewelry Repair Compliments of CLAXTON-HILL DRUGS SHURLINGTON PLAZA Macon's Most Complete One-Stop Self-Service Drug Store Compliments of JACKSON OLDSMOBILE, INC. 717 Third Street MACON, GEORGIA Sales Service Congratulations to the Class of ‘64 Every senior will be given a savings account of $1.00 in recognition of his achievement upon presenting his annual to Home Federal Savings and Loan Association. GROUND FLOOR " BANKERS INSURANCE BLDG. J. E. TIMBERLAKE, JR., President litical See . SAM P. LAMBACK, Manager OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS J. E. TIMBERLAKE, JR., President SAM P. LAMBACK, Sec'ty and Treas. HUGH H. HILL, Vice President C. O. McAFEE, Vice President DIRECTORS Tom Flournoy, Jr. T. Baldwin Martin Cubbedge Snow, Jr. Hugh H. Hill C. O. McAfee David W. Thornton Sam P. Lamback H. P. Persons J.E. Timberlake, Jr. Marvin J. Coddon Chris R. Sheridan Frank W. Walthall, Jr. HIOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MACON MAIN OFFICE BRANCH OFFICE 100 Bankers Insurance Building 35 Westgate Shopping Center Macon, Georgia Macon, Georgia E. RAYMOND SMITH New and Used Cars, Inc. 814 THIRD STREET We offer you everything from Compacts to Cadillacs. Bine eWlen’s ‘Wear ICk 414 CHERRY STREET BUILD BETTER BUILDIN MACON, GEORGIA WILSON TYPEWRITER ADDING MACHINE CO. 639 MULBERRY STREET - MACON, GEORGIA SHERWOOD 6-2777 Sales — Service — Rentals — Supplies New and Used Equipment Shin SINCE 1914 ory McCLURE-BALDWIN GRIFFIN " Complete Office Outfitters’ EQUIPMENT—FURNITURE—SUPPLIES Dial SHerwood 2-2589 570 MULBERRY STREET om. Os NNN WALA NNN mr tote Nero tetty pectior ' 77 the graduating class a ANY ANN HAAN AN ANY ON ANMARRSY teers Pp mh Durie bras WH ALLENS SSSDOINNCR NA ARE AORN CALA DIM NUM ok ey De GOOD WILL NURSING HOME MRS. C. R. LOCKHART, Owner A Home Away from Home Good Home-Cooked Meals Religious Service Sundays Prayer Meetings Weekly And the King shall answer and say unto them Verily | say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me. " Matthew 25:40 4373 HOUSTON AVENUE SH 2-1246 BEAUTY SALON 1392 Rocky Creek Road Telephone 788-1715 KATIE BRADLEY'S PRESCRIPTION | 4276 Broadway Macon, Georgia DAGWOOD DELOACH BARBER SHOP Air Conditioned " We Need Your Head in Our Business’ For Finest Lenses . . . Carefully Dispensed . . . Beautiful Frames Complete Optical Service BROOKS PHARMACY 788-5717 Rt. 3, Cochran Field Road Macon, Georgia Onticians 1 1 - CONTACT LENSES e ARTIFICIAL EYES Otarion Hearing Aid Glasses eceptionist—Miss Mario Adams GLORIA'S BEAUTY SHOP mt avnaik E. Oldham, Jr.—C. R. Sanders—N. F. Patterson 7017 Cochran Field Road 788-1245 Dial SHerwood 6-4866° PERSONS BLDG. SE aBaeeeepeeeeeeemepeunpaeaeaeeseaeea? WHITE LAVENDER PEST CONTROL, INC. MONTHLY TERMS —- COMPANY FINANCED NO RED TAPE NO RED TAPE TERMITE CONTROL REPAIRS ALL VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH 2-WAY RADIOS FOR FAST SERVICE LICENSED BY STATE PEST CONTROL COMMISSION Dial SH 6-5134 NIGHTS - HOLIDAYS DIAL 745-2067 or SH 3-1700 or 788-3156 3984 NAPIER AVE. Seeeaesaeue oe aX Compliments of KERNAGHAN, INC. Diamonds—Watches—Silver 419 CHERRY STREET MACON TILE AND CARPET COMPANY 437 Walnut Street 743-9327 MACON, GEORGIA TAYLOR CONSTRUCTION COMPANY P.O. Box 3085 4290 Pio Nono Avenue MACON, GEORGIA SYBIL’S BEAUTY SHOP Rendering a Complete Beauty Service 529 ORMOND TERRACE SH 5-1164 SOUTHERN PRESS, INC. 1506 Hardeman Avenue SH 6-1385 MACON, GEORGIA Creators of Fine Printing KING USED CARS No Required Down Payment " KING SIZE BARGAINS WITH KING " 4110 Pio Nono Avenue SH 6-2837 Macon, Georgia 314 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND The friendly voice of WBML Radio, the station that keeps most Maconites entertained and informed. 1240 on your dial, 24 hours a day. Compliments of PINEBROOK INN FORSYTH ROAD Catering to High School Banquets and Breakfasts Compliments of GEORGIA KRAFT COMPANY MACON, GEORGIA MOORE AND MEADOWS SPEIR’S USED CARS ARTIC CIRCLE 615 Oglethorpe at 2nd Street MACON, GEORGIA PHONE SH 6-5697 Specializing in Barbecue Outings and Picnics. Home of Quality Used Cars Fried Chicken — Sandwiches — Catfish SALESMEN: Woodfin Hudgnes (Hutch) J. B. Vaughn DIAL SH 3-419 Sam Poulnott Buck eine 1762 Jeffersonville Road BEARINGS AND DRIVES, INC. 607 Lower Poplar Street MACON, GEORGIA Best Wishes to the Senior Class of ‘64 PHONE 743-6711 MACON MINE AND MILL, INC. 725 Fifth Street Telephone SHerwood 6-7367 MACON, GEORGIA 8 Compliments of CARL HAYS, JEWELER — Member of National Bridal Service THE BIG BOY 406 CHERRY STREET MACON, GEORGIA HAMBURGER MACON'S FINEST HADDEN’S FAMILY RESTAURANT RESTAURANT Catering to Parties and Banquets 4451 Houston Avenue Macon, Ga. PHONE 788-4961 2010 Riverside Drive Across From Alpine Lodge Compliments of MACON BLUEPRINT COMPANY 9 @é Compliments SCHOOL of Advanced Secretarial CHAMBERS LUMBER for Commercial Graduates COMPANY Complete Office Machines Course Beginning and Advanced Bookkeeping Monthly Tuition Rates or Course Plan Lifetime Placement for Every Graduate 556 First Street SHerwood 2-3667 Compliments of DIXIE BAG COMPANY BILL HUNT and BILL RAGAN UNT - MACON, a Home of RCA Victor peep ee = AG Color TV ig : an! Ne Compliments of 688 Poplar St. FINCHER’S BARBECUE Park and Shop and Save at Houston Avenue Belk-Matthews DEPARTMENT STORE Compliments MACON, GEORGIA of MACON POLICE Compliments of PIO NONO HARDWARE DEPARTMENT AND NURSERY 4561 PlO NONO AVENUE PHONE 788-1842 SOUTHSIDE VARIETY STORE School Supplies, Toys, Gifts, Hobbies, Patterns, Material, Notions, Hardware, Household Items. 3677 HOUSTON AVENUE MACON, GEORGIA Best Wishes From PARK PLYMOUTH Plymouth—Valiant " Home of Sincere Service’ 455 WALNUT STREET MORRIS-HARRIS, INC. 678 Poplar Street DIAL SH 3-6767 All Forms of Insurance PORTERFIELD FLORAL AND GIFT SHOP Complete Wedding, Funeral and Hospital Service Gifts for All Occasions FRANCIS and FLOYD JACKSON, Owners and Operators 2610 Allen Road Telephone 788-5446 MACON, GEORGIA COKE'S Cameras—Photographic Supplies—Processing 735 Cherry Street MACON GEORGIA Compliments SAM WARD JEWELERS 498 CHERRY STREET RESTAURANT FIXTURES SUPPLIES COMPANY, INC. 523 Poplar Street SH 5-612] MACON, GEORGIA H. G. PARKER PLUMBING COMANY 2951 Napier Avenue PHONES: SH 5-2647 SH 3-5523 Compliments of COLONIAL STORES " Buick. Cadilbze Sin0e YE HUCKABEE chute Co: 696 Third at Pine St. MACON, GEORGIA ROWLAND PRINTING COMPANY 3985 Houston Avenue PHONE: 745-5576 Compliments of E. RAYMOND RAMBLER HOUSTON AVENUE PHARMACY YOUR FRIENDLY RAMBLER DEALER (Formerly Dixon) 738 BROADWAY SH 5.5453 2654 Houston Avenue PHONE: SH 3-546! SAM S. CHANDLER L. A. THOMAS INSURANCE AGENCY Chandler Building 154 Broadway DRUG COMANY PHONE: SH 2-364! MACON, GEORGIA Established 1898 Corner of Broadway and Oglethorpe Streets BRYANT-MARCHMAN Dial SH 3-7414 a MACON, GEORGIA for Men and Boys 3716 Houston Avenue SH 6-8933 The CITIZENS SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK 487 Cherry St. Ingleside and Corbin Aves. Cherry at Cotton Ave. ° Westgate Shopping Center Second and Hemlock Shurlington Plaza Shopping Center Telephone SHerwood 3-744| MEMBER FDIC Compliments of BIBB THEATER 455 THIRD STREET MACON, GEORGIA A. S. HATCHER COMPANY MARINE DIVISION SH 6-4894 444 PLUM STREET Chris Craft Boats Johnson Outboard Motors Compliments of AMVETS POST 2 AND AUXILIARY 4553 Broadway MACON, GEORGIA JEEPS New and Used Parts and Service MIDDLE GEORGIA MACK SALES JEEP DIVISION 4465 MARION AVENUE 788-4600 Compliments of DR PEPPPER BOTTLING COMANY MACON, GEORGIA PEACOCK’S BOYS’ AND MEN’S SHOP 3747 Houston Avenue Year ‘Round Boys' and Men's Wearing Apparel " W " SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. BUILDING MATERIAL 398 Eighth Street SH 6-5145 MACON, GEORGIA Compliments of GUY WHITE RADIO AND TV ADDRESS 654 Mulberry Street PHONE SH 3-3768 Compliments of TRIANGLE CHEMICAL COMPANY 206 LOWER ELM STREET rRATION : voks, J Mixon, Tommy Nikula, Katharine Odum, Eunice W Odum, Jack O'Keefe, Bett Olsen, Mary Parker, Ear Peek, Pharis, AND FACULTY Index 177 Bater rel Batemar Bonds, Norman ite: Bone, Mike Bates, 2 ; Boney, Bates, Boney, Sates. 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Reid Flane , Wanda Fleming, Jean Fletcher, Cathy Floyd, Bobby Floyd, Danny Floyd, Danny Floyd, Donald Floyd, Jerry Floyd, Steve Folds, Robert Folds, Royce Folds, Wayne Ford, Mike Fordham, Vickie Forth, Bobby Forth, Nora Foskey, Barbara Foster, James Foster, Johnny Foster, Linda Foster, Peggy Foster, Robert Fowler, Benjamin Fowler, Donna Fowler, Scott Fox, Veronica Francis, Danny Francis, Jackie Franklin, Claudie Franklin, Elaine Franklin, James Franklin, Mary Jean Fraser, Lola Fredericks, Bobby Freeman, Jack Freeman, Jimmy Friedlander, James Friedlander, Louis Fritz, Charles Frost, Jane Fuerniss, Silva Fulcher, Olin Fulford, Donna Fulford, Larry 136, Fuller, Ann Fuller, Brenda Fuller, David Fuller, Robby Fuller, Wayne Fuller, Billy Fulmore, Pat 81, 169, 186, 214, 216, 99, 217, 81, 81, 100, 221, 224, 131, 120, 226, 120, 43, 177 120, 210-214, 13, 81, 174, 115, 120, 136, 161, 172, 216, 165, 166, 219, 136 81 177 135 162 120 136 120 Fulwood, Janice 100, 167, 182 Funck, Victor 100 Funderburke, Kenneth 121 Funderburke, Patti 100, Funderburke, Vicki , 121, 176, 274 Furline, Andrea , 164 Furline, Russell : Furline, Sandrs 164 Furney, Janie Furney, Willis Gall, Rose Garner, Ronnie Garrard, Wayne Garrett, Patricia Garrett, Walter 44, 150, 152, 182, 272, 275 Garrett, Wanda 45, Garrison, Gina Garrison, Pat Gaskins, Janice Gaultney, Claire Gay, Carol Gay, Judy Gay, Martin Gentry, Patricia George, Brenda Germany, Barbara Gibbs, Brenda Gibson, Billy Gibson, Carole Reggie Gilbert, Bill Gilbert, Darryl Gilbert, Janis Gilbert, Susan Gilder, William Gilleland, Wayne Gilley, Plillis Gillis, Wayne Bobby John Ronnie Diane Mickey Johhny Beth 100, Freddie 82, Godfrey, Mike Godwin, Charles 121, Godwin, Cheryl 45, 168, 182, Goforth, Krista Goings, Grady Goings, Grady Goldsby, Bobby Goldsby, Linda Goldsby, Ronnie Goldstein, Barbara Goldwire, Linda Goldwire, Linda Goodman, Dean Goodman, Emmett 154, 228, 229, 163, Goodman, Glen Goodner, Bill 121, 226, 230, Godwin, Ronald Godwin, Ronald Goodwin, Timothy Gorman, Barbara 16, 46, 159, 236, Grace, Margaret 121, Grace, Wayne Goss, Tommy Grant, Christine Grant, Earl Grant, Irene Grant, Kathryn Grant, Kenney Grant, Rodney Grant, Sheryl Graham, Jack Graham, Garey Granthan, James Graves, Commie Gray, Bonnie Gray, Connie Gray, JoAnne Gray, Sydena Graybeal, Norma Jean 82, 158, 186, Green, Carolyn Green, Hugh Green, Joe 82 Greene, Dianne 2, 175 Greene, Lake — Sz Greene, Mary Beth 100 Greer, Theresa 246, 175 Gregory, Floyd 137, 219 Gresham, Junior 46, 178 Griffin, Barbara 82, 192 Griffin, Bobby 101, 235, 179 J Mathews, ¢ Mathews, fF Mathews, | Matthews, Maxwell, | Maye Dia Mayers, R ay harles rank arTy Sherman tonnie cky Mayfield, Edna Mayfield, Mayne, Na Mayne, Tomn McAlphin McBride, McBride, Beverly 86, 156, 164, 165, 174, I r n y Judy sarbra McBride Ker McBride, Susan 105, 175, 176, McBryant, McCall, Ja MeCall, Sa McCollum, McCollum, McCord, B McCoury, McCowen, MeCrane McCranie, McCranie, MeCullou McCullou lle McDaniel, McDaniel, McDaniel, 2 268 McDaniel McDaniel, McDonald, McDougald, McDougald McElhenny, McElhenny, McElhenny, McEl murray, McElmurray, McElmurray, McElroy, J McGahee, Judye 86, mes ndra 86, Larry R renda Alan Mike Linda Susan Carl Pat Richard Barry Dorothy Joseph Patrica Susan Linda Curtis Jack Edward Patricia Sammy Connie Judith Mike immy James McGahee, Earline McGlamory, McGlohorn, McGlohorn, MecGrotha, MclInvale, McInvale, MelInvale, Glynda Becky Gail Joe Peggy Shirley Vicki McKee, Linda Mckenzie, McKinley, McKinney McKinney, McKinney, MeLarthy, Rosby Robert Gary Sue Teresa Frieda McLean, Mury McLean, Sandra McLendon, MeMillan, MeMillan, McMillan, MeMillan, MeMillan, MeMillan, McNeil, Ca Gene Debbie Donny Kathy Mike 106, Terri Yvonne 106, rlie 30, 58, 210, 215, 216, 220, McPhail, McPhail, Mike Pamela McPherson, 170, 171, Me Williams, Paula 199, 272 Ricky Meadows, Meadows, Earnie June Meck, Sandra Meek, Shirley Mecks, Mecks, Meeks, Meeks, 205, 24 Bill Donnie Gloria Grady Jackie Sandra 30, 58, 162 8, 256 Meins, Connie Melton, Barry Melton, DeWitt Merchant Meredith Meriw Woodrow Cris Marsha Vicki Miller Miller Miller, Miller, Miller, Mills Milstead Mimbs, Dave Mimbs, Karen Mims, Wanda Minshew, Minshew, Betty Ann Minshew, David Minshew, Henry Minshew, Janice Minter, Linda Minton, Jerry Misineo, Glynn Misineo, Michael i Thomas Mitchell, Billy Mitchell, Doris Mitchell, Sue Mitchell, Tommy Mitchell, Donna Mixon, Rene Mock, Angelyn Molton, Lynn 260 Monroe, Darrell Monroe, Thomas Monthie, Judy Moore, Charlotte 254 Moore, Cheryl Moore, Moore, Jerry Moore, Joan Moore, J. 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Poole, Patti Poole, Ricky Poole, Sharon Lamar Pope, Larry Porter, Faye Porter, Paul Porter, Thomas Posey, Eddie Potts, David Potts, James Potts, Joe Poulnott, Edward Pouncy, Julia Powell, Barbara Powell, Dot Powell, Glenda Powell, Joan Powell, Joyce Powell, Keith Powell, Larry Powell, Sheila Powell, Wayne Prestridge, Jerry 328 Price, D Price, Je Price, Jk Price, Li Price, I Price, M Price, Px Pridgeon, Prince, Prince, I avid » Ann el nd a argaret utricia 108, Rodney 88, Joe inda Prince, Patricia 63, 153, , 167, 184, 18: Pritchett, Pritchett, Procker, Proctor, Proctor, Proctor, Pruett, E Pruett, 5, 248, 270 Julie Kenneth Van Betty Carolyn Dorothy Sart Brenda Pruett, Clay Prunty, Patty Pryor, Bevan Pryor, B Pryor, D Puckett, 237, 26: Pugh, Sh Pulliam, Pulliam, 221 Pullnout, Purser, I Purser, N evan arrell Carl 63, 3, 266, 268 serry Claude Ralph 63, 205, Eddie amar fonteen Purvis, Danny Pyle, Tony Quarles, Geneva Quinn, Bert Quinn, Sharon Quinn, Shirley Raby, Linda Rackley, Rackley, Raffield, Ragan, F Railey, Railey, Elaine Linda Sammy atricia Kenny Marie Raines, Bonnie Raines, Sue Rainey, Raleigh, Rawlins, Ray, Lin Redfearn, Redman, Genie Douglas Janice 127, da Katherine Ginger 109, Reed, Linda Sue Read, Ra andy Reed, Sherry 109, Reeves, Register, Register, Reich, E Suzy Danny Wayne laine 1237, Reich, Michael Reid, Danny Reinertse Renfroe, Reynolds, Reynolds, n, Judy 127, Jimmy Carolyn Ginger Reynolds, Larry Reynolds, Mae Rhine, Rhodes, Rhodes, Rhodes, Richett, Richitt, Richitt, " Ricks, L Riddlemoser, Joanne 88, Riddlemo Ridley, Riezinger Rigby, E Sheila Bobby Dottie 109, 167, Eleanor Peggy Judy Tommy inda ser, Tommy Phyllis » Susan -mmett Rigby, Wayne Riggins, Larry Riggs, Linda Riley, D Roberson Roberts, Roberts Roberts, Roberts, Roberts, eborah , Jean Genia Marvin Miriam Ronnie Tommy Robertson, Linda Robinson Robinson Robitzch, , Bobby , Judy 64, Lemuel 64, David Robert 175, 108, 157, 108, 168, 173, 239 109, 75, 88, 171, 127, 170, 109, 168, 63, 64, 64, 109, 157, 64, 143, 109, 164, 159, 127, 127 188 108 175 108 186 Clarence David Donald Harrell Jerry Jimmie John Robert Steve Wayne Sharon Roland, Vivian Rooks, Charles Rooks, Charles Rooks, Charles Rooks, Donnie Rooney, Lester Roquemore, Elvis 127, 143, 219, Ross, Charles 64, 150, 154, 163, 166, 203, 262 Ross, Chris Ross, John Ross, Mike Rosson, Janis Rountree, Rowe, Denny Rowell, Richard Rowland, Dan James Rowland, Dayle Rozar, Mike Rozier, Sandra Ruis, Franklin Ruis, Lloyd Russell, Becky Russell, Jo Ann Russell, Leslie Russell, Linda Ryan, Janice Ryans, Elaine Ryle, Vernon Ryon, Sheila Sandefur, Gary Sanderlin, James Sanderlin, Yvonne Sanders, James Sanders, Johnny Sanders, Kathy Sanders, Michael Sanders, Richard Sandiford, Jimmy Sanner, Linda Sams, Stanley Sapp, Janice Sapp, Janice Sark, Carl Sark, Leonard Sark, Steve Sattler, Betti-Jean Sauls, Danny Durward Sauls, Mary Lou Saunders, Gail Savage, Christine Linda Savage, Nancy Scandlyn, Mickey Scandlyn, Ronald Savage, Scanlan, Doug Scanlon, Russell Scarborough, Robert 228, 255 Scarborough, Rose Michael Verna Schulman, Schutz, gman, Audie 202, 261, 269, 272, Scoggins, Brenda Scoggins, Jimmy Scoggins, Johnny Scoggins, Mike Scott, Edward Scott, Frances Scott, Margaret Scott, Mavis Scott, Mike Scott, Paul Scott, Robert Scott, Ronnie Scott, Rosemary Scott, Sharon Scroggins, Jimmy Scroggins, Mike Ss aves, David Seagraves, Tommy Sealy, Carolyn Sealy, Patricia 109, 143, 143, 166, (Wade) 89, 27, 179, 115, 143, 168, 110, 127 27, 175, 143, 168, 110, 169, 163, 226, 143, 170, 170, 218, 89, 163, 214, 110, 157, 65, 164, 166, 169, 158, 162, 164, 14, 65, 172, 144, 165, 89, 65, 66, 89, 66, 110, 144, 182, 66, 167, 174, 66, 164, 181, 168 180 219 109 231 109 89 180 127 127 170 235 235 186 Martin Sandra James Jerry Roslyn Harry Donna Use Us Us Us Us Var Var Var Var V V V Va Ve Ver V V Vir V V V 2... 2 2 oe 2 2 oe 2 ee ee oe ee ee 2 ee arren, Gene arrick, Diane asden, Mes Wasden, Sharon Waters, Shei 254 Watkins, Linda Watkins, Rebecca Watruba, Wayne 330 aa 146, 167-169, 173 160, 146 113, Willian Wilhian Willian William Willian Malford Mi Pau Terry Barry Eldrid Floyd Gail Melford Wayne cPhers Mee ks, S Pulliam, Puckett, Paula andra Ralph Cat arles Schwegman, Audie TABLI kland, tham, OF CONTENTS We. the 64 Ramscott staff, would like to express our thanks and appreciation to the many people who have aided in the assembling of this year’s annual. We would like to extend special appreciation to Mrs. Dorothy Cox for helping with the art work . . . to Mrs. Roy Wyche, Jr.. for allowing us to use her home for pictures . . . to the Bibb County Board of Education for allowing us to use the new building for pictures . . . to the Macon Telegraph and News for sending us their used pictures . . . to Drinnons for their time . . . to Coke’s for developing our pictures quickly and well . . . to Mr. Bill Barron for his kindness in giving us sports pictures. Special thanks go to our understanding principals and patient favulty members for helping by excusing us from class on many occasions. Each member of the staff gives a big “thank you” to their parents for under- standing lower grades and long hours away from home. Mrs. Hinesley and Mrs. Herring have done an excellent job as editorial advisors. Mrs. Burt. we thank you for the hours spent working with the business staff. 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