Academy of Richmond County High School - Arc Yearbook (Augusta, GA)

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AUGUSTA UVUAJZ wma KW GEORGIA Dedication 171-1' l11N f:1i1l1f11l11m'-- 11 1l'.1- -l111l1'11l If-1111 1-I' Rich 111 -nil Xt'Il'll'l'll5 :1111l ilu ,l111'1--1' LQ-1111-qv 1-I' X11g11N1:1 111 1-x11':1 1'111'1'11'11l.11' .1-'11xi11r- Il- 111-ll :ix 111 --111 N111-live, 113 tl11- x1:11'Ei. 5111- 1-1'11111l I+- 1l4'1li1':1lx' The Rambow of IQ-'QO 1.. Charles H. Mitchell l'l11- -lillil :111111'1-1'i:111-- hi- 111111 :111.l 1-1,-1.11m-51111111 111-11 1 1111:1lQ111q 1l1is lQ:1111l--'11 1 llt 1 CH A R I .ES H. MITCHELL 1 ,,, .W 'I Ay' n CO TE THE ADMINISTRATION THE FACULTY THE JUNIOR COLLEGE OF AUGUSTA THE ACADEMY OF RICHMOND COUNTY THE MILITARY DEPARTMENT ATHLETICS ACTIVITIES FEATURES FUN IN PICTURES ADVERTISEMENTS 3:12 '-+4 The Trustees of the Academy of Richmond County LANDON THOMAS ROBERT XVALTON JOSEPH Tl. CUMMIXG BERRY FLEMING FERDIX.-XXD PHINIZY The Richmond County Board of Education T. M. XICKLICS. Vrusideul RL'l,liR'l' XY. IUXNUIFURIJ, Secrctzlry F. -I. PRITCH.XRD. h,iCL'-I,I'L'SiflCI'Il SL'l'ERlX'I'liNlJliX'I' Ulf SCHOOLS ROBERT J. XYXTSUX hl. ll. KlcIRJUX.Xl.lJ, Asst. Supl. X Hus. Mgr. MRS. FRED I.. l'OXYEI.l. ill-1URKili.X. HL'N'l'IX1'lTON ILXRXEY XYHVIIXKICR U. U. NIQQLXHICIC DORRXH XOXYELI.. -Ir. HOGAN lJL'X.XXY.XY I1liR'l' REED Il, I". NIILICS HRS. t1EURGI.XX.X l.UX'I'i'l"l' RUIXICRT Xl. L'lJl.I.lXS O. S. SATCHER V. C. HUXYKRID RJ. IEEATTIE .X. .l. L'.XRI'IiXTliR G. .XLIEERT Hl,'N'l'lN11TON XY. R. l,Hl"l.IX -I. GLUYER CUSHKIAN ..k' Aafmzhwizaliim ,, - 1 13 v L X The President The Dean XNTON PAUL M.-XRKERT BS. in CE., MQA. YA' -. A , 4 , K' 49 w K4 g Q Q' ,gp- L "' 7 fs .-1 MESS SYDNEY SANDEFE MRS BILLIE F CORBIN C. E. FLANAGAN MRS. L. E. HARRIS SECRETARY SECRETARY BOOKKEEPER DIETITIAN 'I' II Ii 4iI"I"l1'If 766 ?CLCLl,Zf9 as-N S- Z' 25? C 9.0 G' NN JL-5.5 . .ffl ,, .Q fi 'S El QS' ,' I 5 . . , 5.--.,jf:':'g,' 'Q '-' fist.-,lf-f."tL ' ,.W...n.' , N Margaret Bailie. B. S.. B. L. S. Librarian Thomas Bamforcl. B. Mus. Music C. E. Biiaiwlt-n. B. S. Ed. Mulliumatics. Allilclics G. Langston Bolton. B. S. Mathematics. Athletics O'Neal W. Chandler. B. S. General Science Eugene M. Clark. B. S. General Science. Mathematics Th-mins H. Clary. A. Citizenship. History Charles Guy Cordlc A. B.. M. A. History George M. Dasher Shop Harry Dolyniuk. B. A. Chemistry M vs. -s ,456--. CLD 'su r 1 0 F 9 . ,- 1 I 'D f K . gf L09 59-gcfcovab, Elroy DuPuis, A. B., M. A. 45. gg up E..g1...h If X gr.- C125 Luther Alfred Griffin. B. S., M. S. Biology Charles M. Etheredge, A. B. 1 X3 Mathematics John Thomas Hains. B. S. Mathematics John Evans Eubanks, x nxrq x A. B., A. M. N 4 i Political Science, Latin rg- , "I" . n-.1 Admn. Commercial Subjects Lawrence A. Fox, B. A. Mary Evans Hall, B. S. in Bus 7' gwliv . Q. w. in 3' N vu .F 5 ,cf . lx -sag Z Y 45 Q Mechanical and Engineering fm Drawing 6 ,.f- George T. Howard. B. S.. LL. B. Spamsh Norman L. Galloway B. S.. M. A. Economics, Educaiiun Thomas J. Huffman. A. B.. NI. A. Hxslory .caf- .M 9 -X -40 , s I' - x 7 I Guy R. Hurlbutt fl I? 3 Citizenship . . Ac., , lx B ". -.." 1 Frank E. Inman. : Ia Q. B. S.. ll. Erl. ' Chemistry, Athletic: . , , ,..-- 'if A l fd . vs I , William R. KL-nm-fly ,A '1 Conimerciail Subjects f YN ? Garnet T. Langford. B. S. 5 R.. 1 Mathematics 'I 1-rX 'Jr' K .. J. Curtis Luckey, B. S. ,Q A Mathematics Q I ft' N i 'ae-rv H illiam Lee Maden, -'K B M A French Millbrai 1IL'GLil1vC. 4 yr. COIIUZO Certificate I-Iistui-y. Citizenship Charles Hriimlfl Mitchell, A. B., M. A. Emzlish AE' '13 i is X fa ...SDR '5 I' x I TM4 Charles J. Morrison. B. S. . General Science if 3 f f 1 .5 , I Joseph Rufus Moseley, B. S.. M. S. Mathematics L SC P, 'G' Martha L. Nichols Commercial Subjects Joseph Jefferson Nixon, 5 Q , A.B.,A.M. x 7 xx- L rf 9:2 5 T lla 1 s I D . L g ' .n :ffi'L.?iQ - - . i - 1, gl, . English, Economics Auburn G. Owens, A. B. English Wallace A. Partridge, B. S. in Ed. Mathematics H:-nry Osgood Read. Ph. B., M. A. English Louis Reese, B. S. Vocational Training John Shealy Reiser, B. Sin Ch. E. Chemistry L. R. Richardson, B. A., M. A. History, Government Roy E. Rollins. A. B.. M. A. Economics, Athletics George M. Scott. A. B.. B. Litt.. M. A. English 41?-' X 2 3 67 ' . .. . ."'v'iX nnuvf' i af-- bgti 'D ,..'-- .2-Ngid? 1? Q ,N ,A . B. Roy smith, A. B. Q J History X . ii IN' A . P. N I I' 1 6 ? G f I x ri 0' Chester M. Sutton. A. B.. M. A. English Joseph LeConlc Talley, B. S.. M. S. Physics Robert A. Thompson. B. S. in Ed. English S. Lee Wallace. B. A.. M. S. Zoology W. Parmelee VVatkins. Ph. B. English A. L. Williams. B. A. Ecunonncs. Athletics G. B. Williams. A. Rlnthc-mzitics Charles Wilson. B. Agriculture Margaret Wood. A. English. History B.. M. A. B. fi- lan." 1 I t 6 me KSOZYEQ5 C76 JAKUVMLLQ '6- E' J.C.A CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT 3 4 WILLIAM L. MADEN .5 . . 5 'V gs VICE PRESIDENT HUGH PUDER SECRETARY ANN WHATLEY President William L. Maden Vice,President Hugh Puder Secretary Ann Whatley Treasurer William W. Phinizy Student Council Mary Ann Thomas Morris Warr -x K --f L SOPHO ORE TOP ROW: MARY ARNETT Basketball 1, 2, AUDREY BAILEY JOE BAILEY Rho Chi 1: Chaplain 2 Phi Theta Kappa 2. BETTY GENE BALK DeMolay 1. 23 Rho Chl 1 2 Rambow Rho Chl Chaplaln 1 Secretary 2 Lxter Staff, Circulation Manager 1 ary Soclety Secretary 1 Ph: Theta Sponsor 1. WARREN T. BLANCHARD . If I 'S' C7 , 1' - x K Q fr 'Aa 6. ni" 1, i' Y Tv 4. N, A 1 "' avi ,H X . ,- A 1 lb if H 4' if Tw 6 qi .9 4 ' 0 -I 4 244: 'Z - f KF.- 'a X.. sp? I if Es' . ,.., I, 2 4. ,W H ,lf B L- l 'Ns J. C. . BILLIE GARDNER Basketball 23 Zeta Rho MAURICE GHINGOLD Basketball 1: Psi Phala H. WHELDON HAIR Sigma 2. nx 2. DeMolay 1, 2: Psi Phalanx 1. Chaplain 2 DOROTHY HENDERSON Basketball 1. 2: Phi Theta Kappa. Secre tary 2: High Honors 1. MARGE HOSSELTON ANNE H. JAMISON Rainbow Staff, 2. RUTH M. JOE ISAAC S. JOLLES High Honors 15 Phi Th LIBBY A. JONES THOMAS G. LAMAR eta Kappa 2. I 1 OPHO ORE TOP ROW: WARREN E. LAMAR SUZANNE LEVINE Rainbow Staff 1, 23 Musketeer 1, Literary Editor 25 Basketball 1, 25 Literary So- ciety 1. BETTY J. LEWIS WILLIAM L. MADEN Rho Chi 1, President 25 Triangle Club 15 Phi Theta Kappa 2: Class President 25 Student Council 2. KATHERINE MARRIOTT BOTTOM ROW: JOYCE MARTIN Zeta Rho Sigma 2. PEGGY MARTIN Zeta Rho Sigma 2: Rain B. L. MURRAY Rho Chi 1, 2. CUTHIBERT L. MCCARTY Phi Theta Kappa 2. EDGAR L. MCDANIEL, Jr. bow Staff 2. Basketball 13 Phi Theta Kappa 2: High Literary Society 1: High Honors 1: Phi HOHOFS. Theta Kappa 2: Psi Phalanx 2. 4 '5- 3 he , C..- lt' 1 1 Q: 'r Q-Z9 .1 .C A K 6:- . ca , I Q . I .I , "4" '2- '23 -., --v TOP ROW: ELOISE NIXON Zeta Rho Sigma 1. Secretary 2: Rainbow Staff 1. LOUIS F. POWELL Rho Chi 1: Honor 1: Basketball 1. HUGH PUDER Tennis Team 1. 2: Triangle Club 1. WILLIAM R. RODGERS Basketball 1, 2. CHARLES T. RUCKER Psi Phalanx 1. 2. Ig- lvl- ,mn g . .'1 BOTTOM ROW: JEROME SAUL Psi Phalanx 2: Basket Kappa 2: High Honors 1 WILLIAM D. SEIFFERT JAMIE W. SWAIN Honors 1. 2. JULIAN B. TANENBAUM Rho Chi l. 2. MARY ANN THOMAS Zeta Rho Sigma 1. President 9 Bwskcthill l: Musketcer 1. 2: Rainbow Stiff 1 Stu dent Council. Secrctzuw 9 Phi Theta Kappa. Vice President 9 Most Vcrs lille Girl 2. 3' l. 'Z fr- ,O 3 Q f 'ti'-f , ca 1' Q' Q' ' I OPHO ORE ANTHONY H. THOMPSON DOUGLAS R. WALTERS Rho Chi 1, 23 DeMolay 1, 2. FRANKIE WALTON Basketball 1, 25 Zeta Rho Sigma 25 Rain' bow Staff, Editorein-Chief 2, THERON M. WARR Student Council 1, 2. ADELLE WARREN Rainbow Staff, Associate Editor 2. ANN WHATLEY Basketball 1, 2: Zeta Rho Sigma 1, Treas' urer 2: Class Secretary 2, Student Coun- cil 2, Phi Theta Kappa, Treasurer 2: Most Popular Girl 25 Valedictorian 2. PHILIP WON G WILLIAM M. WOODWARD Basketball 1, 2, Psi Phalanx 1, President 25 DeMolay 15 Tennis Team 2. EDWARD M. WRIGHT DeMolay 1. 2: Psi Phalanx 1, Secretary 25 Basketball 1, 2. .3 K 'Sl i ,Jr 'Q"" 17" s...- V ff 1 'E in - 2 was A 'P l ' 4 -Y , Lili is ' ' 1-' " 155 553 3 G' v for-' , I- ,W 5 1 , Ye' x xxx I dip: 455' , 553 iii' 'El' an T-X Y 'Q 5' , .,- ' bs , can I-" f. -+.'x . VST' . 'Y' I I I .f J J 1 ast Will and Testament Class of IQSO XYe. .lune Douglas and Peggy Martin, lmeing of souncl mind and hotly. do here-hy leave-fur Miss liailiek lwenefit. '.'y'e, Miriam Siskin and Suzanne Levine. mln hereliy bequeath to two clewerving memliers nf the next freshman class nl junior College our unparal- lelerl aliility lu wholehearteclly disagree with the class. the texts. the teach- erg tl e :ull-ml anrl each uthcr. l. .Xnhrey C, Rlimles. il-i herehy leave ltr any .I. C. .X. lmny the opportunity tu shatter my reenrrl nf lO years at .X. li. Li. aml il. C. .X. I. Ruth Mae -live. flu hereby will and heflueath my llL'5l'i in shorthanzl class in Yirginia Mae .lue Ftl that fhe may feel free to mlraw all the pictures on it fl.e wants tw. l. XYarren lllaneharil. leave to llanny Yuss my pet pigeon, Caroline. antl une lnix nf lPll'tl5l't'll. Xye. .Xmie 'lainiwn anal .lnyce Martin. flu will anal lwequeatli to any two tlexerving ireahmen -,nr L'leniwn "SB" and hupe they will enjny them as much Ib we tlu. l. Mary 'l'li-nnaf. will to the next Zeta Rho l'l'L'blllt'lll the ahility to keep all the girlw in a efnitintivtlf uproar. l. .Xflelle lYarreu. will tw Uaruline Mellahee my full vuife. l. .Xurlrey llailey. 'lo will an-l llequeath my alwility ln fleep tlirnugli claws tl- any energetic frefhman. l. lint llenrlerwn. will ti- Katherine Xyallerw my alvility tu play a whole lla-liethall game. l. l.ilvlwy -Inner, leave to Martha t'awley my aliility In get along with Mrf. llall. l. .lack Llmper. will tu Misf liailie my rarliant peraunality in linpt-5 that it will flu swine giwtl. I alan leaye my wnrlslly wealth of .Ze tn start a fttnfl for furthering athlt-ties in ul. C. .X. l. liillie liarflner, flu will anal l-equeath tu any frefhman my ear. lletay. 'l'l:ere is alwayf rmnn for -me inure, l. .lerry Saul. will ti. any "jolly" lfnglixh llirt' ry "lilighter" my almility tn reall Mr. lluffmank mincl falw my 'flfl teftfl. XYU. the three little HR. Niall way. llhitter. anfl tireenlilattl leave every one of our extra inches lu any gn-'fl lianketlwall player in hope that it will not girt4vllisl1CZ1rl. l. Tenn Murphy. leave lu 'limmy Stewart my alvility lu fpeml half the :lay cleaning the vhewing gum off my false teeth, l, Mary .Xrnt-tt. will lu .loan Stevenfwn my aliility to make 50 points in one llasketliall game. l'IlYl.l.lS and SFZXNNE Class Prophecy of the unior College Class of IQSO TIME: 1975 PLACE: A SPACE SHIP GOING TO MARS "All aboard that's going aboard, we're ready to take off!" - Whish! left on time. When that pilot starts, he really goes, doesn't he?" said Frankie, settling back in her seat. "Yep," drawled James C., "That comes from playing on a Junior College basket' ball team. Billy W., remember? When he, Ed, William R.. Jack C. and Jerry got started. you just couldn't stop 'em. Why, they had to disband their professional team after they beat every other team in the U. S. and a few foreign teams on the side just for fun." "My, my." sighed Frankie, "You take me back to my younger days". She was thinking of her years on the JCA girls' team. "Speaking of basketball, I heard that Mary Arnett dyed her hair and played for the Redheads for a long time. Dot would have too, but she just couldn't resist becoming a doctor's wife. Now she, Billie Goldman, Marge Avery, and Anne Hayes have formed a JCA alumni bridge club. Mary Ann Lange plays with them occasionally, but Bill Jr. and the other little Langes keep her pretty busy." "Say," asked Warren, who was going to Mars to establish a chain of drugstores, 'twhat ever became of June and Peggy?" "Oh, they have been indispensable aides in the JCA library for 25 years," answered B. J. Annis. She was transporting her family and an equal amount of degrees to Mars where she was to become a leading psychologist. "I didn't realize, until you started reminiscing, just how many of our contemporaries went on to become famous people," mused Eloise. She and Frankie were traveling to Mars to improve the social situation there. "Take Bernard, for insta.nce. His success as a dentist prevented him from competing with Ray L. and Jamie for the title of Mr. America, but it certainly gave him a wonderful chair-side manner. "He pulls teeth like nobody else." She smiled, displaying a toothless grin. "I just can't resist him!" Cook chimecl in, "Then there is Betty Jean Pavlova, prima ballerina of the Ballet Russe, Isaac Jolles, leading lawyer of the Augusta Bar Association, and Sonny Einstein, who, by the way, finally mar- ried Pat after following her all over Asia. Billy Phinizy, I hear, is the Republican can- didate for president. His ability as a debater which was developed in American History, coupled with the excellent little essays written for him by Peel, won him that position. Karl S. and Miriam certainly have made names for themselves as the leading music and drama critics, respectively, in New York. Why, Miriam was even asked to join l'Acade- mie Francaise, but the stage called her." "With her varied career and experience, she should become the first woman president in a few years," said Adelle, who intended to spread the popularity of organ music on Mars while James conducted his missionary work. "Of course, she may have trouble swinging the women who are supporting Bill Maden. After his long reign as sweetheart of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Women, his popularity knows no bounds." "Gee," sighed Eloise, "I hope they have the latest Walt Disney comedies on Mars. Joe B. just thrills me impersonating Mickey Mouse. I think he does a much better job than those old-fashioned cartoons did. Too bad he and Ronald had to part when the latter joined the staff of Johns Hopkins. Did you see the Barter Players when they came to Augusta last? Well, Bob Puder really outdid himself as Scaramouchef' As the ship approached Mars, Warren summed up the reminiscing. "Although Kath- erine M. went on to become national president of Phi Beta Kappa and was instrumental in the development of the nitrogen bomb, others like Ann W., who became the idol of Augusta's third grade students, were content to settle down. Too bad. though, that Rob- ert Y. won't give up his position as Augusta's most eligible bachelor and follow the example of Morris and Ann." "I hope David meets me at the airport." worried Suzanne, looking at her watch. "This business of being a doctors wife, and running a chain of newspapers too, leaves me absolutely no time at all to read Y" SUZANNE LEVINE PHYLLIS RABUN , J ya.. 75g Nl' . Y ,,,,,, ,W ... , , Y , J, Z' l'T'L'w1llC'llI liulwrm Iizwfmu sa X :cc-Vrcslrlc-nxt H11 'mms Km -ttf Scfrctzlry l1nrI1:n'a lirlwn ,IQl'L'IlSllI'C!' I' am QAIIIAIIIIHCIW Sl1lfll'Hl L4-mncil Nivlmiuwl If1lxx':Ll"lN lzrmwrx' I'nrr Q. T7 .CA. FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS 'rm-fic 4: Rfvlwcrt Baggoit ucv- ' wif u Thunms Knotts Sccrctzxry I:ZlY'l!2ll'2l Edwarcls 'lil'L'Zlrlll'Cl' joan Chambers c-f Ng' .. ALICE AARONSON ROBERT T. ADAMS PEGGY ALMAND 44 ii N G3 72: xo G' 'S I f 1 Q. -awlr.-, g wx X' 1' Y'-3' 1 5- G 'F-PJ. "' . . X Q ' ar , ' f 4 "1 . 54 ' ' I r '. ' , G i ' x, 'X A, sr ca an sa C2 ,CTV . gh I 'QV 1 -ff 5?f ' iii? MILLIE ANTHONY GEORGE BAIRD EMILE BARINOWSKI JAMES BEATSE EDWARD BENNETT BETTY BESSINGER BERNARD BLACKSTONE MARGARET BOWICK YVILLIAM J. BRANAN. Jr. ROBERT BAGGOTT ' ROBERT BAKER LOUIS BECKUM JOHN BENTON ELISE BLACKWELL WILLIAM BRANDON J. C. A. FRESHM EN ps.. K' H-'7"'IA!'7'F" .ii . 1 nA' 5. Y - ,, vw- 5 , - V' ' q ,y , sr .. T ,- . A 4 -3. , , Sv Y 4 U w I A f' in A Q4 6 W M Z ., K , 15' , 5 Q, L . ,' ,flf - 41. ,Q - 1 f,' '. " 5 '- A 4 gm' mit. x, A . 'in 40: 512273 Sv E STEVE BRETT LEE BROWN WILSON BRYAN EUGENIA BURCH PETE CALAMAS MARTHA CAWLEY JOAN CHAMBERS JANE CLONTZ LOUISE D'ANTIGNAC WRAY BRINKLEY MARY BROWN EDGAR BUSH RICHARD CARTER LUCY CLAYTOR LEONARD COTTS 1, C. A. FRESHMEN ANNE DASHER RICHARD EDWARDS IRVIN GHITTER WALTER DEVANEY MARY D. ELLEDGE BURUM GRAMMAR , 'ifxl iz'- - 1 WTLLLAM E. DREW WALTER S. EUBANKS CLAUDE GRAYBILL N A, ,lj J. C. A. FRESHMEN WILLIAM E. DYE LAURA GAUTHIER MARY HARBISON X X1 R 'x 9 X V ' 'Q , ,fl UE, ' .-1:-.w f-mai -. . ,,,:fEQg, .f Q :?iQEi'f, h 4 ' ,: ,-- ... K a- BARBARA EDWARDS NEIL GHINGOLD LOIS S. HALE 'Q' A 95-A' V1 I ,, 'E' -if 5 IPQI 'RE' '25-7' ,x'B qi-' ,". C.: ' ,.., "'C'i" -.1 X Wy! ig , S" 7 1 J . A f q"',-.7-.' fa. 4'4l!TN:2'n- 'N -Q- -Q 13" tl vf' xi' .A fi: g, I. X I, ,, T f fn " 'A 'r""'-' ' "fx ME: 2. ,. r I I 'N' E" I fl GERALDINE HARRISON CHARLES E. IVEY DOUGLAS KEMP ,.' ! ' 4 I EUGENIA HIERS CHARLES JENKINS ELIZABETH KILPATRICK LLOYD HAVIRD FLOYD HOWARD BETTY JENKINS MARY JOE THOMAS KNOTTS PATRICK LAWLESS J, C. A. FRESHMEN r, I wffx ' - s. , I I 55,19 13 5 . s ' -"fi f 3 H his . A afqv-lx-,I I 'I I ,ug I8 ,--9 f it 1 RLG 'N 5 fu. lg x . 5 JAMES HOWARD VIRGINIA JUE REGINALD LEWIS J, C. A. FRESHMEN JAMES P. LOFLIN GLADYS MEIERE ANN MCCLENDON VIVIAN MACUCH ROVINA MORRIS CAROLINE MCGAI-IEE PATRICIA MANGRUM WILBUR MOYER THIEODOSIA MACMURPHY v-Q-gf-v ELLEN MARTIN JACK MURPHY PEGGY MCNU RE 3' ff, Av . . 7 'fi ew I QAX ,fx lib xg: 496' Q... .. enum www ,- 4-0 '53 GEORGE MATTHEWS RICHARD S. MYERS JAIVIES F. NORVELL 4 1' W W3 SI ""'7 ffm. I .1 ,. DM A""4x? ax -.av I' ,pa ,Q W Rv' 4. fT""' 'i - f I W- 1 'V .' 11' I, up Q.- 4. in- f 42: Q.- -: v 1:7 Q l . 1 A A 'F 'C A 6 if C, Q 1 19' 'K K N -,. ' sm' Q' 4. 'V I r L, ' JJ V ' . 1 " " fy! Q p' , fxtj, -lb-,Irs 'THQ' 'g my ,,.g ' A13 -'f"1-.Xi 4:-1 f '- 1 - EMEA 6 f 1' .I It K fl- ,X rg. 'Q 6 rs- Q 6' "Q A 1 ,K lt. A4 ' f .iigh BARBARA OWENS GEORGE M. PURCELL RAYMOND T. RUFO GERALDINE PARDUE AUBREY RHODES ETHIEL SMITH LAURA RUTH PALMER PHYLLIS M. RABUN JOYCE RUSHTON PAM ANNE PRICE MARGIE ROSSIGNOL JOAN STEVENSON JACQUELYN PARKS WALTER H. ROSE MARY ANN SMITH J. C. A. FRESHM EN ROY M. STILL GEORGE T SUMNER JOSEPH LECONTE TALLEY CONSTANCE E TANT MARY ELIZABETH THOMPSON JOHN DANIEL VOSS KATHERINE WALTERS ELIZABETH P WILCOX WAI MING WONG SYLVIA STOUDEMIRE JOSEPH A. TEAGUE CLIFFORD WEATHERS 1 I A-x 5 Y"7 .L ,1 Qin' , ,,1 ff' I x ,IE TF I .4 Ar gl? .4 f 1, 1 8-1 'lu Xu PW 'v AA rw 9.7 74f Awifmfvf Wmmmd frwzff X .R.C. CLASS OFFICERS President A,,, ,,,,,, , , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, James Pyle '- I :ill -. . , . he xl lc' X ice-President ,,7,..,. ,.,, -I runes O Daniel u I - P 1 "' N - .1 7 Q17 Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, H arry Sherman lf Treasurer ,, ,,,., Thomas Herndon I' X President ' , ' .lame-s Pyle I O Vice-President Ilzunt-s O'D:1nicl X, ff Secretary fi N llarry Sherman .f N " L 'stzit' ' Treasurer 12:7 Tlioinas Hcrnclmi Student Council l't-rry Xlt'l.t':1n liirliartl lYt-:itln-rs J. W. AMEiiiON4D.C.T. Club 4: Sabre Club 4: Plt. Sgt. 1. 33 Lt. 4: Baseball 3, 4: Honor Stu-:lent 1: Member of Best Drilled Co. and Plt, 3: Asst. Coach C Varsity 3. B. C. ANDERSON-B Varsity Football 3. 4: Corp. 3: Plt. Sgt. 41 Best Drilled Co.. Plt. and Squad 1. DAVID R. ARCHER. FRANK B. BABBIT1'-B Varsity Football 3. 41 B Varsity Basketball 4. DON O. BAKER-B Varsity Football 3: Track 1, 2: DeMolay 2: Band Club Vice. Pres.. Sabre Club: Sgt. 1, 2.3: Band 2: Lt. 4. - f,,.,,-.. ,nh Aww H, 1 l v IOR THOMAS MORRIS BALK. BOBBY LEE BANKS-D.C.T. Club 3, 45 Cadet Hi-Y 4. CLARENCE BARINOWSKI-Swimming Team 1, 23 Squad Sgt. 1,-2, 3, Prize Squad 3, 2nd Lt. 45 Varsity Club 1, 2. DAVE BARNES-Sgt. Band 1, 2, 3, 4g DeMolay 3, 4, Sec. of Band Club, Band Letter 2, 3, 4. JOHN M. BARROW. OTIS M. BENSON-Best Drilled Co. 1, 2, Best Drilled Platoon 1, Honor 2, 3, Corp. 1, 3, Academy Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4, DeMolay 4. WILLIAM BERRY, Jr.-Honor 2g Swimming Team 2, Rifle Team 4, Sgt. 35 Corp. 4: 2nd Lt. 4, Prize Platoon 1, 2g Prize Co. 1, 2 Sabre Club 43 Musketeer Staff 4. JAMES BOATWRIGHT-High Honor 1, Honor 2, 35 Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 33 Presi- dent 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Sec. 35 De-Molay 2, 3, 4, Master Council 45 Sgt. 1, 3, First Sgt. 4 PAUL BOLAND. HERMAN BOLTON-DeMolay 3, 4: Almoner 4, Beta Club 4, Merit Bars 3, Honors 1, 2 3, Sgt. 3, Corp. 45 Best Co. 1, 25 Best Platoon 1. 6. Q4 3 V, ,351 E ' LH- f in 4 I , JUL fbxnfx- 7 NT:-' ' 1 r .' if R f v-. ty Q - as: , 56' '. -.. '55' 'f . ll ,lf , I . -' ' ,,, as ,, . f: 1 V s- J ,:. Yr- Gig. A 'ii - . ,--5 4 if -any .R.C. GARY BOSTICK-Music 1, 2. 3, 4: Honors 1: High Honors 2. 3: Winner D A R Medal: DeMolay 3. 4: Band Letter 3. -1. LOUIS A. BOWICK-Best Drilled Co. 3: Musketeer Staff 43 Rainbow 4: DeMolay 4. EDWARD L. BOYD. N. V. BRADFORD-Delklolay 2. 3. 4: Musketeer Staff 4. O. W. BRANTLEY-Cadet Hi-Y 2. 3. 4. 5: Vice Pres. 5: D.C.T. 3. 5: Musketc-er 5: Best Drilled Platoon 1. Best Drilled Co. Zi: Best Drilled Platoon 3: Squad 3. 4: Lt. 41 Doklolny -3: Sabre Club 4. W. H. BROADWATER. HAROLD W. BURCH. JAMES D. BURCH-Beta Club 2, 3: DeMolay Club 2. 3. 4: Best Drilled Plat. 1: Best Drilled Co. 1, 3: Corp. 2: Honor 1. 2, B. D. BURGAMY. RUTLEDGE B. CARPENTER-Prize Platoon 1: Tennis Team 2: DeMolay Club 2. 3. 4: Military Staff 3: Squad Sgt. -1: Sgt. 3: Track 4. IOR WEBSTER J. CASON-Honors lg Class Official lg Sgt. 2: Prize Platoon 2: Prize Co. 2: Lt. 3, 4g Sabre Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 45 Vice Pres. 49 Musketeer Staff 4: D.C.T. Club 4. H. B. CHAVOUS-Sgt. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.F.A. 4: Prize Co. 2: Prize Platoon 2: Squad 2. WALTER I. CLIATT-Corp. 5g Prize Platoon 3: Co. winning most parades 3. JOEL F. COHEN-lst. Sgt. 4: Corp. 1, 33 Musketeer Staff 4: B Varsity Football 3g A Varsity Basketball 43 Track 43 Best Drilled Platoon 3g Best Drilled Co. 2, Honors 2, 3. J. L. COOK. LECONTE V. COOPER-Cadet Hi-Y 2g Honor 1, 2, 35 Corp. 35 Best Drilled Co. 2. C. M. DEAL. EDWARD L. DOUGLAS-Platoon Sgt. 4g D.C.T. Club 4. A. BRYAN DUBOSE-DeMo1ay 3, 4, 54 Musketeer staff 5. RALEIGH D. DYCHES-Honor 1: Musketeer Staff 4. -5 gvyfng Q: gf. Q Q la? L 1 Q ' v L Q'- -ply -f-. 4-,o '21 ..-. Q--rv . F- '23 '2 Q 31:1 Qi 143 R O L l ,X Iggy ' 01 N.. lk Ax, '- vxl.-fx .11 , - ...- - 1 f 5 3 ' fb Q CHAS. C. EBBETS-Cadet Hi-Y 4: Key Club 3: Pres. 3: Lt. Gov. 3, 4: Prize Co. 3: Corp. 3: Musketeer Staff 4: Rainbow Staff 4: Honor 1. S. HERBERT ELLIOTT-High Honor 1: Honor 2: Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Pres. 4: Vice Pres. 4: Beta Club 2. 3. 4: Sec. 4: Sabre Club 4: Pres. 4: Class Vice Pres. 2: Rifle Team 2, 3. 4: Team Medal 2: Swimming Team 2: Squad Sgt. 1. 3: Lt. 4: Rainbow Staff 4: Gold R Society. W. H. EVANS-Sgt. 1: Corp. 2: lst Lt. 3: Capt. 4: Sabre Club 3, 4: Beta Club 2, 3: Rich- mond Hi'Y 2, 3. 4: Pres. 3: Vice Pres. 3: Sec. 4: Rifle Team 2. 3: Rifle Team Letter 2, 3: Rifle Team Medal 2. 3: Sec. Riflc Team3: Cheer Leader 4: Gold R Society 4: High Honor 1: Honor 2: Musl-:eteer Staff 4. RICHARD H. FENDER-Dc-Molay 3. 4' Richmond Hi,Y 4: Sabre Club 4: Honor 1: Football Manager 4: Squad Sgt, 1. 2, 3: Platoon Leader 4. R. E. FITZGERALD. DENNIS P. FOSTER-Academy Hi-Y 2. 3: Cadet Silt. 2. 3: High Honor 1: Best Drilled Co. 3: Bcst Drilled Platoon 3. H. S. GAULDIN. A. GLISSON. CALVIN T. GORE-Football 2. 3: Rifle Team 4. PAUL H. GREER-Carle! Hi Y 3. 4. 5: A Varsity Basketball 4: B Varsity Football 3: Basket! hall 2: Prize Co. 2: Honor 2. 2: 'Q N on-o 'Ci' .3 4- 495 1:7-s 1'-1 1:-1 " IOR WILLIAM H. GRICE-Junior Honor 3. RICHARD E. GRIFFIN-Best Drilled Co. 15 Best Drilled Platoon 15 Best Drilled Squad 15 Honor 15 Academy Hi-Y Sec. 35 Sgt. 35 Sgt. 25 2nd Lt. 45 Sabre Club 45 Hi-Y Pres. 45 Hi-Y Treasurer 4. EDWIN D. GROOVER-Musketeer Staff 4. JAMES D. HARDAWAY-Received Highest Honor 15 First Sgt. 35 Academy Hi-Y 15 Received B Varsity Letterg First Lt.5 Regimental Supply Officer: Sabre Club 4. JIMMY C. HARRISON-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Sabre Club 45 Swim- ming Team 1, 25 Sgt. 1, 2, 35 1st Lt. 45 Musketeer Staff 45 Best Drilled Co. 1, 2, 35 Best Drilled Platoon 1, 25 Best Drilled Squad. JAMES B. HAVRON-Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Swimming Team 1, 25 Rifle Team Mgr. 45 Sgt. 15 Honor 25 Best Drilled Co. 1. 2, 35 Best Drilled Platoon 1, 2, 35 Best Drilled Squad 2. TERRI W. HEATH-Sgt. R.O.T.C. 45 Musketeer Staff 4. KENNETH E. HEDRICK-Band 1, 2, 3. 45 Band Club 45 Sgt. 35 Lt. 45 Football 35 Track 25 Baseball 3, 45 Sabre Club 4. O. C. HENSLEY. TOMMY HERNDON--Honors 1, 2: Sgt. 25 Prize Platoon 15 Lt. 45 Sabre Club 45 Hi-Y 2, 3. 4: Vice Pres. 35 Sec. 45 Student Council 45 Class Vice Pres. 35 Treasurer 45 B Varsity Football 35 A Varsity Basketball 35 45 Gold R Society 4. lsr . l- ? W if! ' 'r an lv? .KJ 1 A AA 557. Rpt' "' ' -'::- -T.. , -Q 7 x ' .a ax' 45, gr -was fran, all I '...,"V RX! N.: Y-P' sv V7"? i i 5... ,lv if "W-"1 I Q. J 1 . I 15 SC? ll? 'KV .- " W?-N. Q... 14'-. , - -" ff W fe. -N -A v 64'- - NJ are r.:.:.' fx L - .4 - '5' V fl i u',N if wr' . 'N 'Q E ..c. E. B. HICKSON-Baseball 3: First Sgt. 3: A Varsity Foot- ball -1: 2nd Lt. -1: Sabre Club -l: D.C.T. 4. W. M. HILL-Prize Co. 1: Prize Platoon 3: Highest Honor 1: High Honor 2: Honor 3: -1: Beta Club 2. 3. 4: Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Tennis Team 3: Sgt. 4: Musketeer Staff 4. R. A. HOLLAND. ROY. C. HUGHES. fLi,'ii,XHLrNDLEY. , Q1 g, 1. A Zpfl-'V-I ROBERT HUNTLEY-Highest Honor 1. 2, 3. -I: Beta Club 2. 3. -l: Prize Co. 1: Prize Platoon l. I 0410 Ltwft F. J. HURT-Band Pres. 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Corp. 2: Sgt. and Squad Sgt. 3. ALBERT W. HUYCK-Beta Club 3, 4: High Honor 1: Honor 2, 4: B Varsity Football 3: Squad Sgt. 3. "CHICK" L. JAMES-Academy Hi-Y 2. 3, 4: Sec. 2: Pres. 3: Sabre Club 3, 4: Vice Pres. 4: Pres. Junior Class 3: Stu- dent Council 35 Captain 4: Rifle Team 2: Swimming Team 21 B Varsity Football 3: A Varsity Football 4. LYNWOOD D. JAMES. SENIOR ln- CHARLES E. JARRETT-Cadet Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Treasurer 3: Sabre Club 4: Swimming Team 1, 2: Honor 1: Squad Sgt. 2, 3: Rifle Team 3: Rifle Team Medal 3: 2nd Lt. 4. R. E. JESTER-Highest Honor lg Honors 2, 4: Cpl. 1, 3: Sgt. 2: 2nd Lt. 4: lst Lt. 4: Best Dressed Cadet 2: Best Drilled Co. 2, 3: Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Sabre Club 4: Christian Workers Council 4: Rainbow Staff 4: Military Editor 4: Editor Musketeer 4: B Var' sity Football 2, 3: A Varsity Football 4: Gold R Society 4: Rifle Team 4: Chaplain 4. HERBERT P. JOE. ROBERT O. JOHNS-Squad Sgt. 33 2nd Lt. 4: Prize Squad 2: Prize Platoon 2: Prize Co. 2: Sabre Club 4. C. MACK JOHNSON. GEORGE C. JOHNSON. J. W. JONES-DeMolay 4g Corp. 4. J. J. JONES, Jr.-Squad Sgt. 3, 4: Prize Co. 3. GENE KELLY-High Honor 1, 2, Honor 3. 4. Rina Teanfz. 3. 41 Beta Club 3. 4: Student Council 3: Cadet Hi-Y 2. 3. 4: Chaplain 3: Merit Bar 3: Sgt. 4. GEORGE W. KELLY-Academy Hi-Y 3, 4: Sgt. at Arms 4: Football A VETSlt"y' 3. 4: Letiei 4: Squad Sgt. 4. ll L. Nx l I 3..X-, ic- x ' E -Rs '-r'-Z-'NX Qi F' NX I 'L Ns lla 4 A '-- 'ik XLS! I Ax, XX. S' . 5 1 U K I hi' -ba: ', Q, S - i ' vrfv . Qi Y, fx .1 X' pb. 451. feg l:G',i A .R.C. WAYLAND W. LAMAR-Beta Club 2, 3. 4: Academy Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Pres. 3: High Honors 1: Honors 2, 3: Sgt. 2, 3. JOHN LANGLEY-Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Highest Honor 1: Honor 2: Highest Honor 3: High Honor 4. ROGER LEONARD. BEN A. LONG. HERBERT W. LORD. C. A. LUTES-Richmond Hi-Y 3: Rifle Team 4: Sec. Rifle Team 4: B Varsity Basketball 3: Highest Honor 1: Honors 2, 3: Sgt. 3, 4: 2nd Lt. 4: Sabre Club 4. C. B. MacMURPHY-Band 1, 2.1 B Varsity Football 3: A Varsity Football 4: Honors 2. 3: Academy Hi-Y 4: Sgt. 1. 2. 3. TOM W. MARSH-D.C.T. Club 3, 4: Sgt. 4. WILLIAM T. MAXWELL. RICHARD L. MILLER. , ffl' it ,D A v . 'R"v L L' ,.f "3 rw - 'Z tr? ' 5-f I -fx, .-1 r, WL IORS ' WILLIAIVI M. MITCHELL-Honors 1, 2: Sgt. 1, 22 B Varsity 'WF gh 25 Key Club 33 Sgt. at Arms: Prize Co. 2: Prize Squad 3. JAMES E. MITCHELL. pb- , :wp i l "' ,l 1-.,.x w 'Tfv TONY MULHERIN-Sgt. 17 Corp. 3g Honor 2g Academy Hi-Y , , FG f 533 Gr l 2, 3, 43 Chaplain 23 Treasurer 33 Pres. 43 Rifle Team 45 W9 Q Swimming Team 15 Prize Co. 1. -V 5 X M. F. MCDANIEL. 4'-e CARLTON E. MCDONALD-Basketball 2. 5 QC' E. J. McDONALD. R. B. McDONALD. PERRY G. MCLEAN, Jr.-Sgt. 23 Lt. 3: Captain 3: Major 4: Colonel 43 Sabre Club Treasurer 4: V.F.W. Sabre 3: Student Council 4. CHARLES NEELANDS. CHARLES NELSON-Sgt. 4: Order of DeMolay. 'VS 'pf 'C' . . 4 Q 1-,f wwf' . 5 fn 1:1 tv, o , ' .F Y '77 10 g .I , 'T- 'Cl 5' -',' ag ' rw an 3 I 'Yi L.. Y l S 3 S1 vk 75 .R.C. SAMUEL F. NELSON JIMMY H. NEWMAN-Band 1, 2. 3. 4: Sgt. 4: Honors 3. J. E, O'DANIEL-Honor 1: Sgt. 3: Captain 4: Cadet Hi-Y 2. 3. 4. 5: Pres, 4: Vice Pres. 5: Class Vice Pres. 5: B Var- sity Football 3: A Varsity Football 4, 5: B Varsity Bas- ketball 1. 2: A Varsity Basketball 3. -4, 5: Student Coun- cil 5. LYNN L. OGDEN-Band 1, 2: Major 4: Sabre Club 4: Cadet Hi'Y -I: Honor 1, 2. VERDERY O. OTWELL. JAMES C. OWENS-Best Drilled Co. 3. ROBERT I. PADGETT. RONALD E. PARRISH. JIMMY E. PATRICK-Honor Student 1: Student Council 2: Sgt. 2: Stuff Sgt. 3: Pres. Key Club -1: D.C.T. Club 4: Sgt. 4: Trczisurvr of D.C.T. Club: Basketball 5. B. R. PENNINGTON. E IOR JACK L. PHILLIPS-Sgt. 3, Lt. 3, 45 Prize Co. 3, Sabre Club 3, 4, Captain 4, Mzjzr 4 Academy Hi-Y Chaplain 45 D.C.T. 4. FRANK PILEGGI. D. L. PLAYFORD-Musketeer staff 45 Prize Co. lg Prize Platcon 1. JAMES F. POLLOCK. JIMMY E. POTEET-Musketeer Staff 43 Prize Co. lg Prize Platoon lgPri13 Co. T. R. H. POWELL-Glee Club lg Band lg lst Lt. 3, lst Lt. 4: Sabre Club 3, 4: Prize Co. l. RANDOLPH E. PRESCOTT. J. E. PYLFPPrize Platoon lg F.F.A. lg B Varsity Football: Commissioned Officer 3. 4 Track 3, 4, 55 Cadet Hi-Y 4, 5: Pres. 5: Sabre Club 3. 4: Senior Class Pres. 5: Vice Pres. Student Council 53 Baseball 4. 5: A Varsity Footkall 5: 2 Merit Bars 4. JACK G. REESE-Honor lstg F.F.A. lg Sgt. 3, 4. JOE E. REYNOLDS. HAROLD E. RIVERS. RIG!-ITON ROBERTSON-Highest Honor 1: Highest Honor 2. 3: Traylor Medal 2: Vale- dictorign -1: Beta Club 2. 3, 4: Secretary 4: Cadet Hi-Y 3. 4: Treasurer 4: Camera Club 2: Vice Pres. 2: Pres. 2: Rainbow Staff 3: Gold R Society 4: Prize Co. 1: Prize Platoon 1: Prize Squad 1: Sgt. 4: Merit Bars 2. 3: 2nd Lt. 43 Tennis Team 2. 3. JACKIE A. RODGERS-Corp. 1: Sgt. 2: Prize Co. 1, 3: Prize Platoon 1, 2: Prize Squad 1. FRANK E. ROLLINS. MARION R. ROWE-Beta Club. ll Sgt. 1. GEORGE E. SANDERS. T. L. SANDERS-Best Drillccl Co, 2: Sul. 1. 2. 3: 2nd Lt. 4: Sabre Club 4: Richmond Hi-Y 2. 3, 4: Rifle Team 31 Muskutccr Staff -1. W. R. SCOGGINS-Class Officer 1: Sgt. I. MARVIN H. SEARS-High Honor I, 3: Honor 2, -I: Beta Club 2. 3. 41 Prize Squad 1: Prize Platoon 1: Prize Company 1. WALTER C. SEATS-EF..-X. 1. 2. Il: Christi1.n Workers Council 4: Prize Co. 2. 51' 'N 4, 'V I 'If NIYVQ .R.C. an CZ' . 6' 1 , Q 1 up E IORS GEORGE T. SHEFTALL-High Honor 15 Honors 2, 35 Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Rifle Team 3, 45 Sgt. 1, 45 Prize Co. 15 Class Treasurer 1. HARRY C. SHERMAN-High Honor 1, 2, 35 Gold R Society 45 Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 35 Vice Pres 3: Pres. 45 Sabre Club 3, 45 Secretary 45 Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Class Vice Pres. 15 Treasurer 35 Secretary 45 Member Prize Platoon 15 Member Prize Co. 15 Sgt. 1, 25 Lt. 35 Major 45 Leader Prize Platoon 35 Rit1e Team 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 35 Pres. 45 Rifle Team Medal 2, 3, 45 Rifle Team Letter 2, 3, 4. ROY H. SIMKINS-Honor 1, 25 Student Council 1: Rich- mond Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Treas. 35 Vice Pres. 35 Pres. 45 Sabre Club 45 Chaplain 45 Sgt. 2, 3, 45 Squad Leader Prize 15 Member Prize Platoon 15 Member Prize Squad 3: lst Lt. 45 Track 45 Rifle Team 2, 3, 45 1st 10 Rifle Team Medals 2, 3, 45 Rifle Team Letter 2, 3, 4. LEWIS S. SIMON-Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Sabre Club 3, 45 De- Molay 3, 45 Prize Co. 1, 25 Prize Platoon 15 Honor 1, 3: Highest Honor 1, 35 High Honor 25 2nd Lt. 35 lst Lt. 4, Sgr. 1, 2. THOMAS C. SIMON-DeMo1ay 45 Prize Co. 1, 25 Prize Platoon 25 Prize Squad 3. JAMES W. SMITH. MARION S. SMITH-F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Pres. F.F.A. 35 Christian Workers Council 45 Sgt. 3, 4 WILLIAM L. SMITH. CHAS. L. SPENCE-Literary Society 15 Sabre Club 3, 45 D.C.T. Club 35 Sgt. 45 Baseball 45 B Varsity Football 1: Stuff Sgt. 4. S. P. STEINBERG-Highest Honor 1: Sgt. 1: Sgt, 2: Highest Honor 25 Beta Club5 Merit Bar: Cpl. 3: High Honor 3: Co. won Sabre for winning most Pnrades 1: lst Sgt. 4: Lt. 4. It gg. . F! ' V 5 . 1,1 -lug "' 0: 3? fag 3- -rw,-. 1 3 ,I- t" Y t -R ..-:, cas' .-,- 0,- QZ7' ity' 1 t 5 Ts? 1 C- 'Z' k Quang WTR xr-,v . -or par f-v R'-'Ps' 2 il 3 if s- , ' 0.5! 5... vr L V lf fi .px l V X -v-ff 'VS fm rn I E 2 rg, 3 Y W x A. R. C. JOHN S. STEVENS. PERRY SULLIVAN. LONNIE B, TEAGUE. CHARLES N. THOMAS. I' H lf' 'X 31 T. 5. OMPSON. JLXCAP A :V H. B, TIMMERMAN-Corp. 13 Literary Society 1: B Varsity Footlmll 1: Silt. 2: Cadet Hi-Y 2: B Varsity Basketball 2: C.Llut Hi Y Il: Mgr. Foutbzill Team -11 Sgt. 4: Cadet Hi-Y 4: Pres. Hi Y 4. ROBERT LEE TUDOR-Bzmrl 1. 2. 3. -I1 Sabre Club 43 Firsl Lt. Band 4. A. G. VERNON. L. B. WALKER-D.C.T. Club 5: Band 2: B Varsity Football 3. R, C, WEATHERS-B Varsity Football 3: A Varsity Football 4. 5: Captain 4: A Varsity Basketball 2. 3. 4. 5: All rc- yzional 3. 4: All G.I.A.A. 3. 53 Richmond Hi-Y 3: Cadet Hi'Y 5: Sabre Club 4. IOR DONALD J. WELCH. T. W. VVHEATLEY-Band 2, 3, 4, 5. JOHNNY E. WHITTLE. STEWART L. VVIGGINS-Sgt. 2, 3: Lt. 4: Golf Team 4: Rainbow Staff 2: Sabre Club 4. DAVID B. WILLIAMS-Honor 1, 2. JACK WONG-Squad Sgt, 1, 2, 3, 4: Captain 5: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: Drum Major S: Sabre Club 5: DeMolay 3, 4, 5: Junior Deacon 3: Junior Council 5: Camera Club 5: Vice-Pres. 55 Class Officer 1: Vice-Pres. 1: Student Council 1: Mixed Chorus 3: Treasurer 3: Rainbow Staff 2, 3, 4, 5: Business Manager 4: Editor 5: D.C.T. 5: Band Letter 2. 3 4, 5: Band Medal 2, 3, 4, 5: DeMolay Medal 2, 5: Band Club 5: C. Y. C. A. 3, 4, 5. ROBERT WOO. ERNEST L. WOODWARD. WILLIAM C. WREN-Squad Sgt. 3: DeMolay 3: Prize Co. 3: Prize Platoon Leader 4: De- Molay 4: Sabre Club 4. EDWARD L. YOUNG. 5 Last VVill and Testament of Class of IQSO XYe the class of 1950 hereby bequeath to our fortunate underelassmen our possessions. titles and reputations. and hope that someday they, too, will be able to put them to as good advantage as we have done. 1. Richard XX'eathers again will attempt to leave his title of "VVee Vice" to jack Hall. 1. Righton Robertson leaves part of his brain to Nath Hayes. 3. Fred Chance leaves his speed on the gridiron to Richard Barrow. 4. .Iimmy l'enn leaves his mooebing ability to Chick James. 5. .Iimmy tJ'lJaniel leaves his football ability to Everett Kugler. 6. lid Douglas leaves his unif lrm to Leedham and hopes it will fit. 7. .lim "lirnie" l'yle leaves his track ability to .Xngus XYilson. S. 'limmy Stewart leax es his hall-way love affair to Lansing "lover boy" Lee. U. llovvard Timmerman and jimmy I'yle leave their office of President and Chaplain in the Cadet Ili-Y to -lack llall and XY. C. Cook. IO. Perry Xlel.ean leaves his position uf colonel to xl-Zlllcl' Ford. ll. Tommy llerndon bequeatlis his "way vvith the women" to Tom Good- xvin. 12. Tommy Sanders bequeaths his uniform pants to Ray Walle in hope that someday he may be able In vvear them. 13. To Ronald tall right. you guys? llobson, joel Cohen leaves his basket- ball ability. l-l. Ronald -lester leaves his football ability to Charles "fat-boy" VVall. 15, 'l'o Nathaniel lireenblatt, Preston Leonard leaves his ability to get along vvilh Mr. .X. l.. XYilliams . I6, To George Rollins. llilly livans leaves his "good hair". I7. Howard Timmerman leaves to Richard llixon his mathematics ability in hopes that he may someday pass Math 22. 18. Frank Babbitt leaves his good looks to Earl Habbitt in hopes that some- day he may look as good. 19. Tu joe Reynolds, XVade Saxon leaves his style of saying, "Look out 5" 20. Harry Sherman leaves to lid llrandon his cute curly hair. 21. llink Hensley leaves his peeular laugh to llob jump. 22. lluster l'elton leaves his height and hack board ability to Prentice Pea- bodv. 23. Xlfalter Scott leaves ...... Q7 XYitnessed by XYalter Scott XYritten by Hovvard Timmerman jimmy Pyle Olay their "soles" rest in peace? Class Prophecy TIME: 1962Vz PLACE: Bowery in New York As the sun comes up over the buildings, we approach the island of Manhattan. In the distance, we hear "The Call of the Dodo Bird", played by Willie Woo and his Wowell Wobblers. As we look down the street, we see J. R. Robinson, you remember the prom- ising young inventor, well, he was trying to invent a potatoless potato-masher, and was overtaken by temptation, poor fellow. Well, look who's with him, "Red" Rowe. the boy who came to the Bowery to forget his troubles after his lover, Doris, eloped with "P. H." Sherman. Letls listen. "What was that boy's name? Golf bags? Paper bags? Naw, that's right, "Money Bags." "A twenty mile per hour gale blew him away when he was mining for gold in Mex- ico." "What about William 'Rockfeller' Maxwell, Red?" "I actually saw him riding around in a Ford, must not have been his. I saw where Gary Bostick finally married Austin Gilliland. It's about time. They have been madly in love since the first year of high school. What about Penn and Patrick?" "They had to join the French Foreign Legion, poor fellows. Say, Joseph, you rea member Dolie Sanders, the guy voted most likely to get hit by a flying saucer? He's washing windows for the Empire State Building, the only man in the country who can Nash all of the windows without leaving the ground." "Say, did you know that Gene Kelly is making a hand carved tomb stone for "Horse Doctor' Billy Philpot because Billy killed his best mule? And, what about 'Voice' Pyle?" "Hes call boy at the Wadorf-Astoria and Cadet Coonel McLean has been reduced in rank-he's merely the captain of the bell hops!" "The boy with all the girls at his feet, "Romeol' Boatwright, has married the Queen of England, and guess who's trying to take her away from him? Yes, "Huncho" Havronf' "I know you've heard about the big fight tonight. Morris Scott and Valdee Cooper are boxing for the world championship. Red, did you know that Bobby Himtley was try' ing to take my sleeping place in the doorway of Henry's Oasis? He always was one step behind me." "You remember 'Choo Choo' Jester, the boy who kept his football shoes shined? Well, he's the Chattanooga shoe shine boy now. I saw old "Web" Cason the other day, and he's laughing on Inner Sanctum. Ajn't that a scream?" "You remember how 'B.O.' Jarrett used to bite his finger nails? Well, he ain't got no fingers left. They must have tasted pretty good to him. Nobody has heard from Billy Berry or Clarence Barinowski since they tried swimming the English Channel. They must have been told that there was a mermaid out there." "Well, well, Calvin Gore and Omer Hensley finally made it. They are mechanics on Fonty Flock's model midget racers. Do you remember how Herbert Joe used to love to bowl? Well, he finally made a profession out of it and is now setting up pins." "Clayton Heath has been looking for a good race ever since high school. Well, he finally found one. He's racing with the moon. Say, look over there across the street. There's Kenneth Davis and Walter Cliatt holding hands. They always were right sweet on each other." "Guess whit, Joseph! I got a letter from my mother-in-law down in Augusta the other day and she said that Frank McDaniels is modeling clothes at F. J. Luke's. Guess he has about the best job in the South now. Rogers Feese and Jimmy Harrison are selling com dogs at the Paramount studios now. I always did think they would go to Hollywood." "How about 'Wee Wee' Weathers?" "He's coaching the tiddley winks team at old A.R.C. now. He's even got girls on the team. 'Nose' Hardaway tried to get a job on television, but he was turned down because they would have had to build a new screen, for his nose. My. my, Red. that George Sheftall really is successful. You know, he's drawing the holes that Fearless Fosdick shoots in people's heads." , "The last I saw of Charles Adkins. he was asleep on the stage at graduation and some- body said he hasn't woke up yet. Yes, 'Chick' James finally made something in football. For the past six years, he has been the water boy for the Rockets. I'm mighty proud of that boy." "You know, l've been wondering about Jimmy Stewart. I clan't believe hc-'ll ever pms M.S.8tT. as long as G. B. V. is clown there." "They tell me that Jocl Cohen took over Wilinsky's Bargain House not long ago. He always did want that business." "Say, Red, you remember how Dan Hall used to like to travcl? Well. he and Tom Balk are travelling now. Their motto is, 'Bc a bum and see the worlcl."' "I heard that Johnny Jefferson Jones, Jr., is a big time gangster and he runs thc Au- gusta Hotel as a front. What 'cha think about that?" "Well, Red, got to go now. A bys sin ia some time." Thcy went their ways down the chill Manhattan canyons. and well have to wait un- til they get together again for more of the lowadown on the A.R.C. Class of 1953. Written by Billy Evans and Herbert Elliott .R. C. Juniors Adams, Harold F. Adams, Richard W. Adkins. Charles E. Allen, Eugene C. Anderson. William A. Anderson. Richard L Anderson. Howard T Anderson. Roy A. Agerton, James A. Amdt, C. H, Babbitt, Earl L. Bagby. Carl F. Baggott. Eugene A. Bailie. William G. Balkcum, Richard Barrett, Richard F. Barrow, Richard L. Baxter, Chas. A. Bean, F. G. Bennett, D. E. Bennett. J. B. Bell, David B. Berry. Donald A. Betts, John B. Bird. George L. Black, Donald N. Blackstone. .Iames D. Blanchard, O. C. Bland. Wallis Cone Boltin, H. G. . K Q. Buhler. Kenneth L, B nose. Edw..rd W. Boyd. Marion E. Braekman. Julian H Brandon, Edward W. Braun. Kenneih R. Broome. Jesse XV. Bon-ning. Robert B. Broxton, George A. Buck. Roderick W. Buck, Thomas F. Bugyz. Joseph R. Cadle. Bobby G. Cameron. Alan W. Cameron. James H. Canady, Verroy G. Carn. William C. Carr. Herschel H. Carson. Johnny B. Carter, Lawrence M Cawley. Jack K. Chance. Fred E. Clark, Anson L. Chavel. Raymond E. Cheeks, Donald E. Cheesborough. Frank W. Clyde, Thomas E. Coats. Theodore R. Cobb. Clark H. Cochran. Beverly O. Cohen, Adrian Cole. Robert F. Cook. Charles D. Cook. Wilbur C. Davis. Claude E. Davis. Kenneth M, Davis. Leon N. Deas. A. D. Dorn. Stanley E. Douglass. Edwin L. Douglass. Tommy G. Drummond, Edward L. Dunn. Stanley C. Dye. William N. Edenfield. Maurice E. Eidson, E. T. Elliott, Billy L. Entwistle, Dan A. Eubanks, Bobby G. Eubanks, Warren B. Fisher. Robert C. Fleming, Francis Flylhe, Starkey S. Ford, Donald R. Ford. Robert K. Forrester. Richard S. Fulcher, Bill M. Gay. Thurmond K. Gibbs. Robert W. Gillion. John P. ,nt Ginn, Robert E. Goodwin, Thomas W. Grecnblatt, Nathaniel Greene, Fred C. Grimsley, William A. Hair, Paul G. Hall, Dan B. Hall, Jack E. Hancock, James W. Hardy, Henry F. Harelik, Edward A. Harmon, Elroy J. Hatcher, James P. Hayes, Nath T. Heath, Herbert C. Hemrick, William T. Hensley, James E. Hewitt, Charles K. Higginbotham, Paul F. Higginbotham, Raymond T Hill, Ezekiel T. Hin. Billy w. Hitt. Edgar A. Hixon, Richard L. Hobson, Ronald H. Hodges, Jack C. Hodges, James C. Holden, John W. Hood, Oscar J. Hooks, Edward Home, Robert T. Howard. Eugene Huff, R. G. Hughes, D. K. Hughes, G. F. Huson, G. G. Ivey, D. Jeffcoat, L. V. Joe, W. Johnson, J. M. Johnson, J. S. Jones, A. R. Jones, J. G. , Jordan, B. G. Jordan, J. B. Jump, R. G. Karesh, S. R. Kent, L. S. Kilpatrick, Z. M. King, D. M. Kirkland, V. P. Kitchens, M. L. Lamar, R. B. Lanier, H. L. F. Lively, A. B. Lord William E. Mack, Bennie T. Marcum, Percy E. Maratos, William Mathis, Ted H. Matthews, W. Eugene May, Jack M. Mays, Ted C. Miller, Winton F. Mills, James Henry Mixon, John W. Moore, Tracy R. Moorman. Jimmie H. Morris, Walter Lee Morris. William S. Mowery, Alfred L. Murphy, Charles A. McCormack, Billy G. McGahee, Ollie O. Mclntyre, John L. McKee, Clare A. Neville, Richard G. Nix, Harold R. Overstreet, William L. Pate, Silas Pierce Pennington, Alvin J. Pettit, Dan M. Playford. Robert L. Poss. Robert E. Powell, Rudolph E. Powledge. William F. Prince, Louis K. Rawls, William D. Reeder, Lonnie F. Reid. Theo M. Rennison, Thomas H. Reynolds, Joe E. Rhodes, James H. Rice, Irvin Fred Rieser, Albert Riley. Robert S. 5 Rini-cer, Edward W. Rollins, Roy G. Rosier, Thos. C. Rowland. James E. Russell, Raymond O. Scoggins, James H. Seiffert, Douglas P. Sharpton, Jay William Sheppard, William V. Shirey, James H. Silbert, Mendel N. Simon, Paul S. Sims, John C. Singletary, James D. Siskin, Morley M. Sizemore, Patrick E. Smith. Bobby E. Sparks, John R, Spivey. Bernard Spivey, Richard R. Stanford. Thomas P. Stephen. James W. Stewart. Joseph D. Storey. Lamar C. Stowell. Edward H. Sturgis, Richard S. Tankersley. Albert L. Tarpley, Hubert M. Terrall. Ravend W. Thomas, Jimmy K. Thompson. Jimmy R. Towner. Marvin Voss, David V. Watkins, Roy E. Watkins, William L, Wheatley, Chas. P. Whittle. Michael H. Vililliams. Lyman O, Willis, Joseph T. Willis. Russell C. Wilson, Angus H. Wodward, Bobby E. Woodward. Heyward L Wooten, Larry A. Young, James W. Young. Joe Daniel Lee, F. L. Leedham, R. K. Lewis, H. W. Q 1' 4 . Class Officers QQIQ EH.-ee I X. i . Q 5 51 nfgi: NG- UQQ QQ, -u?::Fi :eh-5h -L-is l- 'fu- gi'-1: 1 . l i : egfiu 2. H u -lo! -gif. 1-2-a 'Q CI, 4-5 Pictured above are the Academy and Junior College Class Officers and Members of the Student Counciliminus a few who were not present when hte picture was taken. Reading from left to right, FIRST ROW-Tommy Knotts, JCA Freshman Vice-Prcsi dent: .Iimmie O'Daniel. ARC Senior Vice'Presiclent: David Chamberlain. ARC Sophomore Vice'President1 Robert Gillion, ARC Freshman Vice President: Bill Maden, JCA Sopho- m0re President: Bob Baggott. .ICA Freshman President: Jimmie Pyle. ARC Senior Presi- dent: F. E. Chance, ARC Junior President: Jack Poppell. ARC Sophomore President, and Johnny Menger, ARC Freshman President. SECOND ROW-Billy Phinizy. .ICA Sophomore Treasurer: Joan Chambers, .ICA Fresh- man Treasurer: Tommy Hemdon. ARC Senior Treasurer: H. B. Dean, ARC Sophomore Treasurer: and Paul Rufo, ARC Freshman Treasurer: Ann Whatley, JCA Sophomore Sec- retary: Barbara Edwards. .ICA Freshman Secretary: Zach Kilpatrick. ARC Junior Secre- tary: Edward Drake, ARC Sophomore Secretary: Toby Broadwater, ARC Freshman Sec- retary. THIRD ROW-Mary Ann Thomas. Morris Warr, JCA Sophomore Student Council Representatives: Emory Farr, .ICA Freshman Student Council Representative: Perry Mc- Lean. ARC Senior Student Council Representative: Nath Hayes. Jack Hall. ARC Junior Student Council Representatives: Robert Barnes. Edward Eubanks, ARC Sophomore Stu- dent Council Representatives: Billy Fair, Jake Howard. ARC Freshman Student Council Representatives. NOT APPEARING IN PICTURE-Richard Edwards. .ICA Freshman Student Council Representative: Richard Weathers, ARC Senior Student Council Representative: Bob Puder. JCA Sophomore Vice-President: Bobby Eubanks. ARC Junior Vice-President: Harry Sherman, ARC Senior Secretary: R. H. Hobson. ARC Junior Treasurer. Anderson, Harry J. Asbell, R. H. Ashley, Bobby R. Autrey, Norman M. Barnes, W. R. Bass, W. T. Betts, Hugh Borup, John K. Bridges, Jack L. Carpenter, K. B. Carter, D. F. Cauthen, Hugh T. Cawley, Joe W. Chamberlain, D. L. Charles, Keith W. Cholakis, P. C. Clark, M. R. Couch, K. G. Covington, H. H. Curry, Richard Davis, L. P. Davis, M. A. Dean, H. B. DeChant, J. M. Dickenson, Glenn Drake, E. L. .R. C. OPHO ORE Duncan, J. N. Duncan, T. O. Durden, T. L. Eberhart, Chas. Melton Eubanks, W. Ezra Eubanks, Edward Charles Exum, F. R. Danus, Lewis, Jr. Geddings, J. G. Gibson, Hoot F. Hammerness, Jay Curtis Hardin, Frank Marion Harris, Wm. K. Harrell, Vernon R. Harrison, Shelton Haughee, David A. Helmly, Earl Clinton Henderson, Marshall C. Hom, King Min Hoover, Harold Bernard Howard, Clarence Godfrey Howard, H. Grady Hughes, Harold Hurt, Amos E. Hyman, Ralph Agee Jarrell, Chrales Thomas J ohnson, Freddie H. LaSure, Marvin D. Lee, Herbert Carl Lee, William Marvin Lutes, Philip H. Maloney, G. Rufus Mason, Ralph W. Matthews, Frank Robert Mills, William H. Mims, Lorenzo Talmadge Mulherin, William B. Murphy, Raymond R. McCrary, Larry McKellar, Joe McKowen, Oscar Patterson, James Payne, Calvin Lee Phillips, Frank R. Poppell, Jack Putman, Richard W. Readdy, Edward E. Reed, William E. Repka, Morris P. Rhodes, Grady C. Richards, David B. Richardson, James F. Reese, Ernest W. Rosier, Howard G. Savage, Robert H. Schneider, Henry B. Scott, Timmon E. Shepherd, Allen E. Sims, Johnny J. Smith David P. Stewart, Ted C. Stone, Crawford S. Stone, Hick M. Strother, Clarence B Tarver, Leroy J. Tiller. Bobby E. Tudor, Thomas E. Wall, Charles E. Walters, Henry P. Welch, George E. West, Franklin Widener, James T. Wiley, Jeffrey C. Williams, Dan C. Wright, Clarence C. A. R. C. Freshmen Adams. Bobby Rufus Adams, Eugene Jennings Adams. James Darvin Aenchbacher. Charles Aubrey Akins. James Paul Allen. Forrest Adolph Anderson. tBillyl William Albert Anderson. Charles Davison Anderson. Preston Turner Arthur. Harry Bradley Ashe. William Lehman Atkins. Hanford Langdon Bai-din. James Joseph Bell. Bill Eugene Blackman. Terrel David Blackstone. James Otto Bogoslawsky. Jerry Melvin Boles. Bernard Eugene Boller. William Harhisl Bonham. Carlton William Bowen. Charles Brand. William Elliott Brinson. Gary Gene Broaclwater. Robert Benjamin Broadwater. Tobias Francis. Jr. Brown. Austin L. Brown, Georie Arlen Brown. George Max Bro wn. Jackson Harvey Brown. John Chester Burgess. Robert B. Burkhalter. Edxvarcl L Byce. Arnoltl Camak. James D. Carpenter. James L. Casnn. Basil E. Cato. Lucius B. Chambers. Richard C. Cliancey. Floyd J. Chanrller, Neal W. Cliavis. Len Cheek. Fred A. Clark. Aubrey F. Cliett. Ronald R. Connor. James I. Crouch. Mickey M. Crout. Clarence J. Jr. Culpepper. Berry C. Culpepper. David Culpepper. Terry D. Davis. Donald I. Davis. Payton D. Dillman. Raymond R. Dozier. Robert D. Dunn. William BI. Duncan. John T. Dye. Wayne Elltgar. Jamts Billy Eitner. Herman E. Eng, Bert Harvey Epstein. Julian D. Ergle. Joe D. Fair. William E. Farris. Jimmy XV. Faulk. Donnie D. Fennell. James C. Ficken. Carl F. W. Fleming. S. S. Sam Ford. Jimmy J. Ford. XValter H. Ford. Willie J. Gaskill. Walter E. Gay. Don H. G..ylas. Raymond A. Giles, William D. Gillion. Robert E. Gilmer. Fred C. Gilstrap. Lee Roy Godin. H. Jules. Jr. GOlfll79l'g. Jay B. Gore. Frazier W. Grayson. lliilliam F. Greene. Tommie L. Gregory. James S. Griee. Duane F. Gruhbs. Willis G. Gunn. Lee E. Guy. David L. Guy. Raymond W. Hall. William K. Harmon. Clarence E. Harmon. James A. Harrison. Albert J. Henderson. Claude C. Hewitt. Jerry A. Hite. Donald B. Hobbs. Jerome C. Holland. William H. Holliday. Reuben A. Howard. Jacoh G. Hudlow, Conray C. Inelett. Wilfred lace Inqram. Louis Marvin Inman. Teddie Don Jackson. Ronald Terry Jaunsen. XVarren Herbert Johnson. James Eugene Johnson. William M. Keele. Pete Dean Kemp. Allen H. Kent. John William Kerr, William E. Key, Hubert T. Key, Ollie Allen Kight, Charles B. Lamb, John Wyinan Lamb, Robert Dennie Lass, Charles M. LaSure, Danny W. Lawton, James L. Lee, Joseph David Lee, Joseph M. Lester, Dan Blakely Lever, Frank Talmadge Levy, Harvey Louis Loo, May Jong Loyal, George Edmund Malpass, Charlie Tony Martin, Russell R. Meads, W. A. Menger, James Murphy Menger, Johnny Virgil Miller, Donald Eugene Mitchell, Ernest Earl Mitchell, Richard Leroy Mixon, Thomas E. Moody, Edward Franklin, Jr. Morrell, Melvin D. Morris, James W. Morris, Oliver Thomas Moseley, Joe Rufus Moyer, Dan Mull, George Harold McCaslan, William Edward McDaniel, Robert Lewis McDonald, William Thurmond McMichael, William Lynne McNeese, Carter V. Nelson, Joe Bradford Newman, Ray Delmere Newton, Walter Sydnor Norris, Samuel D. Orr, Charles Thomas Owens, John Richard Parrish, Chesley R. Peabody, Elbert Prentice Pl-Linizy, Stewart, III Pirkle, James Joseph Pitts, Julian Martin Pond, James Alton Portwood, Paul Edward Pound, Ronald Emmett Powell, Freddie Linton Powell, Robert F. Prather, William S. Price, Don A. Prickett, John S. Rabun, C. Robert Raines, James A. Ramsbotham. William Read, William R. Ready. Billy Ray Reese, James D. Reese, Jerry A. Riddle, Edward H. Riley, Odell Lee Roberson, Gary C. Roe, Allen D. Rosenthal. Stanley H. Rowe, R. Allen Rowell, Herman Lee Rufo, Paul Salley, M. Brice Sanders, H. Vernan Sanders, Jamie E. Scarborough, Roy Sellears, M. M. Shead, James E. Short, George W. Simons, Hugh J. Smith, E. Doyle Smith, Harold C. Sojourner, Nathaniel Walker Standridge, Robert L. Stanford, Elliott E. Stavro, George F. Steinberg, Maurice L. Still, Richard H. Stillman. Herman G. Stringer. Ben P. Thompson. George R. Thompson. W. C. Trower, J. E. Usry, Thomas C. Walker, Carl L. Wall, Edward J. Walton. Robert E. Ward. Danny P. Ware. Fred Ware. Oscar Watkins, Charles A. Weatherford. John R. Whatley. William L. Whitehead, Hugh P. Whittle, Walter C. Whitaker. Grady A. Williams. Clayton M. Willingham. William N. Wilson, Henry D. Wilson. Robert D. Woods, Willie F. Woodward, Carl T. Yarborough, Charles J. Zucker, Michael D. PC... Ieraivimze- H' - args-- X V 1. ftHfd,0 ff. ............. f'z.X?3f'-J ' Class of 19j4. Adams. Thomas Daniel Adams. William Ed A-gnc-r. Harry Akins. George Alc-wine.Rny Alexander. William Ernest Allen. Carey Kenneth Allen. Jonny Ray Amerson. Allen T. Amerson. Edward Amerson, Ronald Rogers Anderson. Harry King. Jr. Anderson. James D. Antopolsky. Norman Jules Arrington, Charles Atwood. 'I'heodore Oertel Bailey. Frank Irving Bailey. John S.. III Bailie. Anderson Courtney' Baird. Nolan Dudley Baker. Eddie Lee Baker. Fay Bernard Baker. Willard R. Ballard. Durwood Lee Baltzagler. Charles Barrett. Hardin Davis Bans, Jolm Barton. William F. Beasley. Charles Wm. Beasley. Dan James Bell. Donald Bell. Marion lflayt- Bennett. John Franklin Bennett. Joseph Richard Best. Eugene Delano Bishop. James Tliuiniis Black. Carlton Blackwell. Vt-rdy Delano Blaloek. Charles Allen Bourne. Lester L. Bowman. .Ienninus Bryan, Bowman. Otis. Jr. Boysworth. Bohliy E. Braek. Gordon Mial Brigham. William Brinson. John Farmer Brown. Grover James Brown. Gerald Bron n. Lesley Floyd Biwiwn. Richard 'I'i'ac3' Brunkhurst. William Lee Bryant. Robert Frank Bunch. Bobby Burton. Thomas Levi Bush. Donald Byrd. Charles Frederick Cannady. NVilliam J. Cavadel. Gene Christopher Carioll. RlL'l1illKl A. Cartlerlue. Pu-ree L. Cary. Bruce li. Cato. Dewey S. Chanihers. Winthrop Chavous. Em-fry M. Cheontl. Henson Cliett. Attieus B. Clit-tt. William D. Cole, Rohert H. COlllI1S.JlI11l1llC M. Cook. James R. Cooler. Joseph W. Corley. Erlwaid A. Cosnahan. John T. Cozart, Zenus Eddie O, Crawford, Richard R. Crawford Tommy N. Crockett. Paul T. Croft. Joseph Bryan Crowe. Edward L. Davidson. Bohliy C. Dicks. Joseph L. Doolittle. Edward S. Doolittle. Jackie R. Dozier. Harold P. Dukes. Joseph S. Duncan. Robert B. Durham. Derrick E. Ellllllbll. Dai'land E. Enllish Lewis M. ILtroff, Malcolm C. Eulranks. Noland Faglier. Richard W. Fzillaw. Fred K. Fanning, Hylam Felton. JDO B. Ferrell. Charles J. Fields. William H. Finley. James P. Freeman. James H. Fulcher. Bennie Roy Fulcher. Sim Bell Gaulrlin. Gary H. Gay. Jack H. Gentry. James E. Gibbs. Donald K. Gibson. Peter F. Gibson. Nvalter E. Gibson. Viiilliam D. Guillebeau. Gene Glarlin. Ras Erbie. Jr. Glaze. James Pmdrew Glisson. Gene Arnold Gomillion. Emest L, Goodwin. William T. Grice. Richard Charles Griffin. Gene Ray Gi iffin. Norman Walter Grover. Hugh Fisher Halcame. David Hall. Raymond Eugene Hamhrick. Charles Hand. Charles Robert Harper. Walker Robert Harris. Roy Vincent Harrison, Dessey L. Hart, Bohhy Lester Henderson. James Lewis Henderson. George Sancken Henderson. Glenn Robert Henderson. William Price Hewett. Creston Rodnet Hilliard. Rufus Eugene Hillman. Preston Barlott Holden. James R. Holland. Oliver Pierce Hurt. John Henry Howard. Frank O. Howard, Glenn Hill Howard. XValter. Jr. Howell. Charles D. Howell. Edward Huffman. Jackie Wise Hughes. Robert E. Inman. Andrew J. Jackson. George Allen Jackson. Robert Lee James. Lawton L, James, Weldon W. Jeffcoat, James C. Jenkins, Charles M. Jennings. Jennings, Johnson. Johnson, Johnson, Hiram Gary Thomas Dan John Carmen Richard W. Billups Phinizy Gene Fletcher Johnson, Jones, Arthur Wesley, Jr. Jones, Lawrence E. Joyner, Robert Slaton Judy Richard Jue, Paul Richard Kelly, Albert Sherwood Kelley, Sherrill B. Key, Claude Lee Key, Neal Lackman Kight, Jimmie Owen Kiker, George King, Aaron Langley King, Charles Eugene Kirkland, Gerald Kirkland, Herbert Eugene Kitchens, Robert L. Kirkendole, Frank Thomas Koss, Charles Hhenry Lamkin, William Fleming Law, Robert Edwin Law, William Fleming Lanier, Frank Thurmond Laughlin, Richard Gene Leopard, William Harry Logan, James Milton Loggins, Elbert Carl Loo, Sing Yet, Jr. Love, Oscar Jethro Lowe, Jerry Thomas Maddox, Earl Sanford Maddox, William Edwarc Malcolm. Lloyd Harold Mallett, Jimmy Pickett Malone, William T. Martin, Harold Vincent Matthews, Marion Bruce Meeks, Roy Lathrope Melton, William Claude Merry, Kenneth Holmes Meyer, Harry Milton Miles, Billy Floyd Miller, Dessie Ford Mills, Glenn William Mims, Henry Abert Mims, Harold Clifton Minnick, James Herbert Morgan, Guy Mulherin, Robert M. Murphy, Thomas A. Murphy, James W. Murphy. Ben Thos, McCoy Everland Albert McDonald, Eugene T. McElmurray. Ben S. McKettrick. William McMillan, James L. Napier. Frank B. Neal, Donald C. Newman, Arnold L. Nimmons. Morris YV. Odom. L. Harry Ollerich. James E. Orander. Donald D. Overcash. Clinton S. Oxner. YVilliam R. Parnell. Stanley Paolozzi, Thomas F. Partridge, VVm. Kenneth Patterson. Frank E. Pearson, William L. Pennington, Virgil E. Perdue, James Palmer. Donald W. Peters. William Pittman. Larry DuReese Playford. George Alan Plunkett, Eugene M. Potter, John William Powell, Doyle L. Price, Kenneth Eugene Price, Wiley Lester Puckett, Frank C. Roe. Donald Gordon Rooks. Edgar James Rose. Francis Lewis Rountree, Jack Wade Sanders. Richard Satcher. Earnest B. Schmidt, Berry Hyderi Seymour. Fred Shapiro. Norman I. Sharp, Thomas Shelton, Lloyd Cranston Shields, Billy Hilton Shutters. Robert Ronell Silver, Herbert Berlin Simkins. George B. Simmons, William H. Sims, Bobby Frank Sizemore, Clarence Preston Sleister, James deVaughan Smith, Gerald E. Smith, Jackie Harold Smith, Robert Fulton Smith. William Edgar, Jr. Queen. Frank ThurmondSpearman. Charles Frank Raines. Alvin Ellsworth Readdy, Charles Readdy, Julian Thomas Reese, Charles Reese, James B. Reese, John Ralph Regopolos, Arthur Spears, Robert Spivey, Carl Timmons Stanford, R. G. Stelling, Clay McPherson Stewart. Roy Wright Stone, Johnny Story. Thomas Eifford Reynolds, William Frank Stringfield. David P, Richards, Donald Richardson, William Risteefn. Hardy Allen Swancy. George Walton Swancy. William Roy Swanson, Austin Swords. Ralph Edvsari Teasley. Bobby Oscar Thompson, Charles Alexander Thompson, De-Vaughn Joseph Thompson. Jim Tice. Gerald W. Tompkins. Ben Jones Tompkins. Walter Lewis Trapnell. Joseph Bryson Turner, Bobby James Waddey, Marion Walker, Elliott B. Walker, James Owen Walker, Jimmy Deas YValle, Raymond Weathers, Paul Lee Wells. Butler Theodore West, William Roscoe Widener. Jack Kiah Widgeon, Wallace H. Wilhelm. William Albert Wilson, Millard Joseph Winningham, Robert Witcher, Marion Edgar Wong. Edward Woo, Edward Woo, Howard Woo, William McKinley Wortham. Thomas W. Wright, James Haston lVright, Ronald P. VVynn, Augustus Lee Youngblood. Charles Wayne I ' F 7 1 N 5' I 'I . 5 p94 kQ ' ' "',uQ'Q.4 g 5 f I '-K-1 f Kfyfgf Y 3 'rs ml Cfjgf l 'X 3 E 9 1 -a T X K A ,'nff'?"'7l "N V 1 Q ff f Q 'X un""'lv ., . 'x ..g 4 PW 1,-+ f-'ji',x:,:- 0' . ' Nw f r' ik Qs . K .nf 4, , Avg ug-X 'if its v1 !" nv lii i:f" ' 5'5 -E!! ill QV., -.. Rl i s -I . .sf Y. . .b 'Ol . ' ' U'.q QR., 'l r A 15:43-v l A -1 1 ' a ,.,' '. . . '45 ' "fall, 'Jo-- 40 Militar Personnel MAJOR VIVIAN CAPTAIN PIERCE GEORGEB VIVIAN MAJOR, CAVALRY, PMSQT WILLIAM B. PIERCE, CAPTAIN, INCFANTRY ASST Vlrglhla Military Inst1tute 1939, B.S. Overseas SCTVICE Chlna-Burma-India Theater. North Texas State Teachers College 1936 Bronze Star Speclal Breast Order of Yun Hui CChinaJ. Overseas Service, France and Central Europe Army Commendatxon Medal. Silver Star, Bronze Star, Army Commendatlon Medal FIRST SERGEANT JOHN P. HEUSER .,,, MASTER SERGEANT PAUL W. DENNIS ,,,.... MASTER SERGEANT CURTISS E. MARTIN .... MASTER SERGEANT FORREST L. MOONEY ,....... , SERGEANT FIRST CLASS WALTER EDGE ..,,, MARTIN HEUSER MOONEY X. ,,,-.FIRST SERGEANT .,...,..,U-,-----INSTRUCTOR ADMINISTRATIVE NCO - -, -ASS'T. INSTRUCTOR - , -ASS'T. INSTRUCTOR -o-x ...Q DENNIS EDGE Regimental Staff K L9 V I Lu V' sly grl' lj 1. '. q f 705 ,sv MCLEAN MISS HARDIN ,QI , PHILLIPS MISS ANSTED SHERMAN MISS YVEIGLE 4'-x , 'R N fu- t 8 J '35 A 5, f AI- 'ON HARDAWAY M155 USRY OGDEN MISS CARMICHAEL Staff COLONEL P. G. McLEAN MISS DOT HARDIN, SPONSOR MAJOR J. L. PHILLIPS MISS MARCIA ANSTED, SPONSOR MAJOR H. S. SHERMAN MISS PATRICIA WEIGLE. SPONSOR MAJOR L. L. OGDEN MISS ANN CARMICHAEL, SPONSOR 1st LT. J. D. HARDAWAY MISS WREN USRY, SPONSOR 'sm -A 4 .. h ' R -ay. ' ' -. ., .,A.,4-.. ,ck'Pa r'. nA 5 Q Q 1 'T 'S-,, - ., ' -A' U-..f,i,F , ., .i . y . cc 77 E I Q 4' ' , - 4? ,Q 71, Company 43. 1-,, mx IF? 0 ' ,Q I I - CAPTAIN G. WTHOAIAS -- - -' -. " M155 NELL TAYLOR X' N., SPONSOR lst LT. Tv H, MATHIS End LT R, O. JOHNS End LT, W, L, WHEN Emi LT' E' G' HICIXSON , Triozxms 1 A1155 TAYLOR MATHIS , ,. ' 'V 1 ft ' ' ' 'Y-X, .f' V . f' 14 , ' ,Af xr? Q. -47 X Y"'Z' JOHNS IST PLATOON -sm X "N4! 'drx ff' hike. K WREN ZND PLATOON 363 al ,.,, IFF' N, HICKSON 3RD PLATOON CCAH Company CAPTAIN J. E. WHITTLE MISS PATSY BLANCHARD. SPONSOR lst LT. E. J. McDONALD 2nd LT. W. A. CASON 2nd LT. B. H. BURGAMY S CASON ,Q 1. 0- -4. Q- ' 1 Qvx 'vs ffv- -w- - 'V' 'vu . N "uv . ' ' x.,1 " X! XL 7' WHITTLE MISS BLANCHARD MCDONALD 1ST PLATOON -can Qs, -2 'fxf BURGAMY 2ND PLATOON 3RD PLATOON cc " I 1 H 1 P1 X :Y P N 1 Jw ,J as Q gf-f B J Company ff' " ' 4, . Q- Q ,- FIRST LIEUTENANT C. L. l " ' as JAMES yy MISS BEVERLY BASSFORD, SPONSOR ls! LT. fml LT, End LT. R. . I .A JAINIES MISS BASSFORD RIESER End LT. R. A. RIESER C. E. JARRETT C. WILLIS H. FENDER ! . 1 26' 'PN V -v'-' 9 IST PL.-XTOCIN JAKRRETT ' nr ZND PL.-XTOON WILLIS 5 r Q 2 Z Lx 4 XRD PLATUON FENDER Uf GV -v I aff' UI '. ., r x .. EVANS ' ' ' f--ifffrff Company 9, ea , X CAPTAIN W. H. EVANS 7:7 if MISS KITTY SIBLEY. SPONSOR Ist LT. S. H. ELLIOTT Zncl LT. W. BI. BERRY 2nd LT. C. T. B.-XRINOWSKI End LT. W. T. BAILIE MISS SIBLEY ELLIOTT t-or 5' fab X I J I 1ST PLATOON BERRY N I! ,865 ,VTT4 X if X ZND PLATOON BARINOWSKI 4 . -.v,gp. .........1 Ll xx: 4 tv 3RD PLATOON B-'UUE R.O.T.C. BATTALION FORMATIONS I HEADQUARTERS COMPANY A COMPANY B COMPANY N C COMPANY Ninth Grade Battalion 11 x N .,,. ur- ' .-'s.z"'1- 54' .,. 'Oh' ' .1-,rs ..,,15,-,,,fo-"- 'J-sr - , . .. 4 ,. .ot-.. Y I .Rv-.1 1 1. ..' L'x.. in-' 'F s..-Y, ' I - A ggai ta' fix 5 R912-fi' P .I-. -'.,: . LX- -. wiv 5-my if:-' -.1155 ' 'fi- ifflz-'-I' .' Jn' ". ld-J r,. vm. H -" f U -- . H L. BATTALION STAFF lf" se' V5 ! Y .X .V J' FIRST LIEUTENANT R. H. MISS FLORRIE FLEMING, FIRST LIEUTENANT R. E, MISS DORIS ANN LEWIS HOBSON SPONSOR JESTER SPONSOR f 'A I -ref 9 5' GIBSON MISS BANKS cc 77 Ompan gg FIRST LIEUTENANT H. F. GIBSON MISS ANNETTE BANKS, SPONSOR J ,,, and LT, J. E, JOHNSON End LT. R. E. WATKINS IST PLATOON ZZND PLATOON fe . , 411 4' " Com an f f A 'R P I FIRST LIEUTENANT THOMAS H. HERNDON MISS CAROLYN HADDEN. SPONSOR 2ND LT. THOMAS L. SANDERS N! X L7 Du-I HERNDON MISS HADDEN Q f .. I . A "' Tl SANDERS 1ST PLATOON ZND PLATOON sf' f av 0- .1 9 W' ,, 459 + :er OIHPEIH SDJON MISS MARTIN FIRST LIEUTENANT LEWIS S. SIMON MISS MARY MARTIN, SPONSOR END LT. STANLEY P. STEINBERG END LT, THOMAS W. HEMRICK IST PLATOON QS' '35 , X N STEINBERG 2ND PLATOON 3 Q L 1' HEMRICK 1- H 3 NINTI-I GRADE BATTALION FORMATIONS -il' 1111711 -- W COMPANY W ' v "F" COMPANY "G" COMPANY P EIGHTI-I GRADE BATTALION -Q- 3'-or Ti - n ' A N ...H . 'w ' . if . ' 9-.,.4 Q M4 513+ BATTALION STAFF CAPTAIN CHARLES L. SPENCE FIRST LIEUTENANT RONALD E. JESTER MISS FRANCES AMICK. SPONSOR MISS DORIS ANN LEWIS. SPONSOR V , i- V 'S SPENCE MISS AMICK JESTER MISS LEWIS cc 77 ompan FIRST LIEUTENANT LEROY H. SIMKINS IVIISS JOANNE HARBIN, SPONSOR ZND LT. CHARLES N. THOMAS ZND LT. RICHARD E. GRIFFIN 'SL gf' . fa-6 C V . ' .qd' X THOMAS 1 W If ffhaypbu JMZWJJ I If ,J 'A vo-R 1 A- 5 SIIVIKINS MISS HARBIN 1ST PLATOON HKS," if GRIFFIN ZND PLATOON .1559 ,151 f Q, fi ,R .f . 'J' X .V X , 1-Y' ,V 4 A .H , 6 3 ' 5. Q 'EP- r "- jf 1, -Q N ". V Q X. ' gi af, 1 ,, HARRISON MISS GILLILAND ff " ompzm SECOND LIEUTENANT JAMES C. HARRISON MISS AUSTIN GILLILAND, SPONSOR 2ND LT. JAMES W. AMERSON 2ND LT. LARRY L. WOOTEN 1ST PL.-XTOON I 6 e 'Q AMERSON 2ND PLATOON JT, Q 7 4' ompany FIRST LIEUTENANT MARVIN E. TOWNER MISS BETTY JEAN MATTHEWS, SPONSOR ZND LT. R. TRAVIS HIGGINBOTHAM 2ND LT. WILLIAM S. MORRIS Rf 1 Q my I . +1-'qi Rx I " 1 N? mv 1 'AR :Jaffa X- his.- TOWNER MISS MATTHEWS 1ST PLATOON HIGGINBOTHAM , A I ff 3 S' ' ff N MORRIS 2N D PLATOON 7h-v , .gl N .3 - 'un' I -n-xi ' GAY MISS ARNETTE Company FIRST LIEUTENANT ARTHUR A. TUTEN MISS MARY ARNETTE. SPONSOR 2ND LT. WOODROW W. GAY ZND LT. CHRISTOPHER T. LUTES 1ST PL.-XTOON 2ND PLATOON uf 1-- I LUTES EIGHTI-I GRADE BATTALION FORMATIONS COMPANY I COMPANY K COMPANY L COMPANY M The Band CAPTAIN JACK WONG MISS FLORENCE WONG. SPONSOR IST LT. RICHARD TUDOR 1ST LT. KENNETH HEDRICK ZND LT. DONALD BAKER 2ND LT. ROBERT 'WOO ff C: fi., 'z , , .,.If ,Y- if 'V' 49 349 of WONG MISS WONG 'ax' s':"f' 53 e ,5 . w-...f ,....9 i gf TUDOR HEDRICK BAKER WOO ROTC BAND he Band lub PRESIDENT-JACK WONG FACULTY ADVISER--T. L. BAMFORD VICE-PRESIDENT-DON BAKER TREASURER-KENNETH HEDRICK SECRETARY-CARL CARN CHAPLAIN-DAVID BARNES 'q qw. Pm N, , F . 1 . 4 . .. 4,--1432 - .' . A - 1 2,4-.U 'wg va g . A : '- ,., .3 1g,:,i'A,'e: jg". .J..4'L'ig Q Vs . , . - .Q. , , , N Q,----aa . 1. - 144 -'. '- ' 1 y 'v' , ', ' '4 -, - 1 H' ', til 1 ' TP-mx -fl'-, 'fi . 'fl Z.-"f!un'p-is. ...1 FRESI-IMAN BAND Sabre Club -fx" 'SQA :gs-i I BICLEAN. P. G. OGDEN. L. L. PHILLIPS. J. L. SHERMAN. H. S EVANS. W. H. SPENCE. C. L. THOMAS. G. YV. WHITTLE. J. E. WONG J. ELLIOTT. S. H. GIBSON. H. F. HARDAWAY. J. HEDRICK. K. E. HERNDON. T. H. HOBSON. R. H. JAMES. C. L. JESTER. R. E. MATI-IIS. T. H. RIESER. A. SIMKINS. L. H. SIMON. L. S. TUDOR. R. E. BAKER. D. BAILIE. W. T. FENDER. R. H. GRIFFIN. R. E. HARRISON. J. C. HICKSON. E. G. HIGGINBOTHAM. R. T. JARRETT. C. E. JOHNS. R. O. MORRIS, IV. S. ROWLAND. J. E. SANDERS. T. L. THOMAS, C. N. WOO, R. COLON EL EI.-XJ OR MAJOR MAJOR CAPTAIN CAPTAIN CAPTAIN CAPTAIN CAPTAIN FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST EIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT SECOND SECOND SECOND SECOND SECOND SECOND SECOND SECOND SECOND SECOND SECOND SECOND SECOND SECOND LIEUTENAN T LIEUTENAN T LI EUTEN ANT LIEUTENANT LIEUTEN AN T LIEUTEN AN T LIEUTEN ANT LIEUTEN ANT LIEUTEN AN T LIEUTEN ANT LIEUTEN AN T LIEUTEN ANT LIEUTEN ANT LIEUTENAN T ...L .'-Zhu.,-'lag ' I 'I' ' 6 . ' ' -'-'. . sf-'ff -f i"f Q, .-s,-J.-,,t"RA - .. if lt... MAJOR VIVIAN CAPTAIN PIERCE ADVISOR CO-ADVISOR CLUB OFFICERS S. HERBERT ELLIOTT CHARLES L. JAMES HARRY S. SHERMAN PERRY G. MCLEAN LEROY H. SIMKINS PRESIDENT VICEAPRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER CHAPLAIN ." ,Y 'Lvl M , -I Jv- RiHe Team ,gre '.'-,si fm, ., ., 1-',-' f f.. f I ,N nl. 5 I 4 1 .IR A 1 t HY'..f.3...!'11Qff T 3-1-' . 47, HARRY SHERMAN WY ,,,,,, ,PRESIDENT "TT" f BOBBY BETTS ,,,, ,.,, T EAM CAPTAIN CHRIS LUTES .... ..,. S ECRETARY GENE KELLY ,W - ....,, ,TREASURER RONALD JESTER N ..,. , ,,,, W ,CHAPLAIN ROY SIIVIKINS BILL CHEESBOROUGH HERBERT ELLIOTT KEITH PRINCE LYMAN WILLIAMS WILLIAM BERRY GRADY HOWARD ROBERT BROWNING ROBERT PLAYFORD GEORGE SHEFTALL BILL MORRIS DON IVEY TONY MULHERIN JIMIVIY HAVRON' 'MANAGER SGT. EDGE. COACH The Sheridzm Sabre Thi- Piwllqrfl B Shy-11-i.m Klvnmfxml F.1hlv,- lx sm ..'u.xn1'1l mmiv- nDm1.4Hj. hj. thu' I-Ifwm-xvv Offxwfrs Affoclutwrl L- thu C 1h-Q Ufllwfn ul Yhu ROTC Um! mlm lb jl1fh11'4I 10 M- thm- hw-I sfrfwilcx' Thy uhm- is .-.-..m'i---'l in rzu-1u.v1'y nl Pzchmvl Exmfh-5 Shv-rnizm, honor gmrlmldtm- of thu ,-Xvdfh-rxmy 1.-.hu hw! his Im' m thu Iumh.1ll unxfm-m nl VIL-,t P-fmt. In urfifrr Im' L1 rdfiul ru 1.-.xn thu ..x',:m4. hay must not vmly hm' .m uutstzmfilng 'rf-llt'!'I hui ,415-I ,1 a::np.1iw1u dnvl '.'-,-xxnlllv ,tudvgm Although thx-xv .mg nu l'lLIl"l lL'l1UlI'lIlUL'IlIb. k'llS1UIN hqn hffvrm -:smhiifiu-Al mm th-4 I.,-lglpngnr HI rhxf ..x',qml he z. Q---mcxw,-nrlmn fturlunt. .4 jll'0llt'l UU' zlthh-1--. fmfl zu 11,-Qmllkl' IH clubs .xrllxllu-5 Tim mob! 1,-orupxrllollf rlH1llJlI'lly' ul thy- hwy: who h.w.':: '.-fun lhlw za'.'.k.1'ri 15 thx-if L-l1:u'uL'!vr Wnhout cxcuptzffn thu-bo stu-lfgntm hun- lvL't"H first and INV--mmf! goiwwtlp-'nun Thua lhv bhm-1'ul:4n Snhxwg hm 4gonu- tu hm- lhu mort vrwn-ti'vl gr.-..4:'d limi :mjy .-'xu.Mv:nwj, btuvlcnt can row-1'.'c-. AWARD FOR 19410 Y-. M.-XJOH HERNI.-KN J UELLERICH. THE VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS SABRE This sabre is awarded to the member of the Junior Class who distinguishes himself as a leader on the drill field as well as an able student in MSKT. The award is made an, nually by the Post No. 3200 Veterans of Foreign Wars. AWARD FOR 1949 - CAPTAIN PERRY G. MCLEAN. fxvfnf fl 'fad 1 A ' s "y1",,' n if ,ff lN,Qx V - 19' Q THE AMERICAN 1,1ss1oN sfxsiug The American Legion Sabre is awarclccl each year to the commander of the company that has won the most parades during the school year. The Sabre is given by Post No. 63. American Legion. AWARD FOR 1949 - CAPTAlN WALTER J. PENLAND. Commanding Company "G" .".ffIllNG MEMBER UF THE BAND. CAP'I'AIN R. M. BENSON Awards at Prlze Drlll 1949 BEST DRILLED ROTC COMPANY YVON BY COMPANY "E" COMMANDED BY CAP TAIN L. N. SUDDATH. BEST DRILLED FRESHMAN COMPANY WON BY COMPANY "K" COMMANDED BY FIRST LIEUTENANT E. II. CAWLEY. BEST DRILLED ROTC PLATOON WON BY ls! PLATOON COMPANY "G" COMBIANDA ED BY lst. LT. H. R. HAIR. BEST DRILLED FRESHMAN PLATOON WON BY 2nd PLATOON COMPANY "L" COM- MANDED BY Znd. LT. I-I. C, SHERMAN. BEST DRILLED ROTC SQUAD WON BY lst SQD. 2nd PLAT. CO. "B" COIVIMANDED BY SGT. C. T. BARINOWSKI, BEST DRILLED FRESHMAN SQUAD WON BY 2nd SQD. 2nd PLAT. CO. "K" COM- MANDED BY SGT. D. B. HITE. BEST DRILLED INDIVIDUAL. R.O.T.C.-SGT. C. N. THOMAS. BEST DRILLED INDIVIDUAL FRESHMAN-CADET K. W. CHARLES. NEATEST CADET GEN. LEONARD WOOD MEDAL SGT. C. N. THOMAS CADET HERBERT E. BRYANT COHEN BIEDAL C. W. TULLY TROPHY lst .SGT. D. E. KEMP lst. LT. R. W. MILLER LEVY MEDAL I. BLAND SCRUGGS MEMORIAL SABRE SGT. C. N. THOMAS MAJ. HERMAN J. OELLERICH OUTSTANDING MEMBER OF THE BAND VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS SABRE CAPT. R. M. BENSON SAPT. PERRY G. MCLEAN RICHARD B. SHERIDAN MEMORIAL SABRE AMERICAN LEGION SABRE MAJ. HERMAN J. OELLERICH SAPT. WALTER J. PENLAND THLETIC '.,'b ,fp ,gf r gl L-Tb..-1 --r x XXXX QNX i 1 JA: . K X ' ' x, x -gf, ' " x Mn..-F x ' if. fax " b X W 5 Z . . f gifi-TL 4, xx, W ' x , .X tx I Ni ix VJ? fx X f W 'x P 4 W 'Ar . , ,ff f . 5 1 f 'Mb r ff VFX, X Q ' 1. .ff "' vb' I f 1 . I ff Q 2' ,, if QA' ,,.. . 5?-X-uf! ' 3 fy- f 'V j V 3 'T M - " " ' -.xfhlvgf , N -Q , T' , ' .g12'51A.'H I FOOTBALL Q. I +P V. A-,... -1 ROY EL ROLLINS ATHLETIC DIRECTOR HEAD FOOTBALL COACH :N T f A' f-.fliafiz ' i 11 Mp? . TJ FRANK E. INMAN BASKETBALL COACH ASST. FOOTBALL COACH - I x 7 br. 2 ,Q- 'Out ' Q -vs- LANGSTON BOLTON A. L. WILLIAMS C. E. BEARDEN B-VARSITY FOOTBALL COACH BASKETBALL FOOTBALL TRACK COACH BASEBALL CHANCE LANIER CO-CAPTAIN 'Sv , 5... Lf f ,xi .1 f.Q'3'1gi:'Z CAPTAIN JIMMY O'DANIEL A. R. C. 0 P. C. FRESHMEN 26 A. R. C. 0 GLYNN ACADEMY 40 A. R. C. 6 BASS HIGH 0 A. R. C. 12 JORDAN HIGH 13 A. R. c. o BENEDICTINE 22 . 1. f I A. R. c. 7 LANIER HIGH 26 V A. R. c. 14 SMITH HIGH as .. ' i gy- I A - , A 1 A. R. c. 1 SAVANNAH HIGH 25 . - A X U , I' A. R. c. o COMMERCIAL I-II 12 ' I FF-ESE GLISSON A. R. C. 28 BOYS' CATHOLIC 0 ' "." fs! f"qc-rr X . . , . JAMES C. EUBANKS EIDSON PYLE FOUCI-IE PENN BRANDON KUGLER I BARRO NV REYNOLDS WALL MA M , 1 Q ' W v. .-ln' 1949 FOOTBALL Richmond opened the '49 football season on Sept. 16, against the strong P. C. Freshmen. Despite the fact that all the cadets put in their best playing. P. C. walked away with an easy 26-0 victory. The following week the cadets joumeyed to Brunswick only to be tumed back by a score of 40-0, by the G. I. A. A. champs, Glynn Academy. The next week. Richmond played host to Bass High of Atlanta. Early in the third period Bilbo Chance heav- ed a long pass to Jimmy Penn, who hauled it in to set up a possible touchdown. Continuous passing and good running brought the ball to the 3-yard stripe. where Chick James carried it over for the only score in the ball game. The final score: Richmond 6, Bass 0. For the next game the Cadets lost a heartbreaker to Jordan High of Columbus. Richmond scored first when Linwood James carried the ball around his own left end for 12 yards, and a touchdown. The extra point was no good. Then in the last minutes of the first half Jordan scored. but failed to connect for the extra point. and at the half the score was knotted at 66. Richmond opened up for a sustained drive of 86 yeards, with Bilbo Chance carrying the ball the last nine yards for the score. Chance's pass to Penn was incomplete and Jordan, scoring in the third quarter and making the extra point. topped the Cadets 13-12. The next week Richmond traveled to Savannah to meet the Benedictine Cadets. who took over in the first half and racked up 22 points to down Richmond 220. On Oct. 28, the Lanier Poets came to Augusta to show their superiority over the Cadets by scoring a 26-7 vic- tory. The only Richmond score was in the third period when Chick James carried the ball over from the 2-yard line. .- g 4' . J ' i ' 1 -US Gi enum: -K ,X in jr i- , -'M - -. 2. ' '-' , an , la--R-00,4 if e 1 , :'. --:'-:r : -Xxx-: is-na. 5 F New-J ' ' I -M -v 1 -D i . 4 Y. ' 1 A r '12,- A , RAGSDALE, EVANS, HUGULEY. BAGGOTT, AMICK The following week Richmond took to the road again to meet Smith High of Atlanta. This game was dedicated to "Wee Wee" Weathers, who received a broken leg after the Glynn game. Richmond fumbled three tirnes during the first half. Two of these fumbles cost them touchdowns and at the half, Smith led by a score of 19-0. Richmond scar- ed twice in the third quarter, once when Preston Leonard went over from the eleven yard line, and again when Eddie Eidson recovered a fumble and Rodgers Feese broke off tackle in the first play for a 50 yard tally. Chance kicked both extra points, but the game ended with Smith out front 33-14. The next week end, the Richmond squad was outscored 25-7 by the strong Savannah High team. The only score for Richmond came in the third quarter when Hoover Lanier broke into the clear and carried the ball for 75 yards lo pay dirt. On the Friday before Thanksgiving, Richmond fell to defeat once more when they met Commezcial High of Sav- annah. Ludy Glisson returned to the line-up after breaking his arm before the season began, but. despite the good play ing of the Richmond squad, they were downed by 12'0. On Turkey Day, Richmond upheld the tradition of beating the Shamrocks of Catholic High by a scote of 280. Richmond's first score came in the second period on a long pass from Chance to Lanier. In the third quarter Richmond took over the game with Ed Parrish going over from the three yard line. Lanier scored his second T.D. of the day. and Rodgers Feese broke off for a 35 yard score. Bilbo Chance kicked four out of four extra points. Linwood James and Bobby Eubanks werc standouts on defense for the Academy. JAMES, L. NEELANDS VERNON PARRISH SUMNER SCOTT ,, 3 - M X -, . - ""VY"" ' ' ' ' . ,.',, af,-xox ,- "' N5 ,U- ., C. "B" Varsity lf00tb11llSc0res "Beck" li SWAINSBORO 6 ST.-XTESBORO 47 27 GREENWOOD I2 45 CARLISLE "B" 0 28 JEFFERSON ATHLETIC CLUB OF SAV. 0 -19 BENEDICTINE "B" 0 28 SAVANNAH "B" 0 21 LANGLEY BATH - CLEARWATER 14 SAXON 49 GREENWOOD "B" 0 HAYES ' L.. g f"f-'V f' ,. , 1 ' .,. Q wuz' ' ' D.. LEONARD BRACKMAN FULCHER HICKSON ATKINS HOBSON ,fv - , , 'ff-Za In C' 1 925 6 fn. A - VARSITY First Row-Leonard, Barrow, Menger, Eidson, Brackman, Kilpatrick, Fulcher, Rowland. Second Row-C. James, Hayes, Jester, Atkins, L. James, Pyle, Reynolds, Fouche, Lanier Saxon. Third Row-Penn. Weathers, Feese, O'Daniel, Scott, MacMurphy, Wall, Vernon, Chance. Fourth Row-Hickson, Bridges, Sumner, Eubanks, Kugler, Kelly. Hobson, Brandon, B - VARSITY First Row-Short, Stowell, Johnson, Hall, Dozier, Cook, Hodges. Second Row-Seiffert, Miller, Howard, Babbitt.. F., Rufo. Scarborough, Dye, Brackman Bass. Third Row-Brown, Payne, Schneider, Hitt, Walker, Babbitt, E., Lamb, Lee. Steinberg. Fourth Row-Haughee. Kerr, Riley. Henderson. Cheek, Cochran. Rowland. A. R. C. Basketball A - VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM First Ruwwlflurncion, Donal.-5. Wv.-nthcrs. Moody. Cohen. Sucond Row-Euhzmks. Hull. Stuwcll. B..bbitl. Gilslxap. Watkins. Thur! Row --Hunks. Kc-rr. O'D:unicI. Pclmn. Peabody. COACH INMAN RICHMOND 25 ALUMNI 30 SAVANNAH 45 LANIER 31 COLUMBIA 34 PARKER 39 LANIER 47 GLYNN 34 B. C. H. S. 48 GREENWOOD -L 20 BENEDICTINE 'A 39 COMMERCIAL 29 PARKER 44 GREENWOOD 38 COLUMBIA 31 B. C. H. S. 50 COMMERCIAL 31 BENEDICTINE 35 SAVANNAH 50 GLYNN REGION 2AA TOURNAMENT RICHMOND 42 COMMERCIAL , Richmond won 6 and lost 14 games this year. S tri COHEN ELABODY O'DANIEL STOWELL GILSTRAP PELTON HALL 1.54 -AJ A. R. C. Basketball The Richmond Academy uagers opened the 1950 basket- hzill season January 2 against the Alumni. The score was 25 to 23 lOl' A. R. C. Five games were dropped before Richmond came back to win over Glynn -IT to 37. B. C. H. S. 34 to 33. and Green- wood. 48 to 40. Grcc-nwood was beaten again. and therc wus Qi 50 to -IT victory over Commercial. Fon the first time since Catholic High started against fiiclimuncl. the Shamrocks downed an A-Varsity team. The scor-i' in this camo was 33 to 31. But. 4.11 in gill, ll was :a -:ood time for everyone. and each :nan --n thy A. R. C. squad shot.-.-cd good sportsmanship. l'!ich..ril 4Pue Visor Wuathcrs made honors by receiving sec- nnfi plant- on tht- .'xll'RL'lll0I1Ill Team. Also, he rcceived an nwanl from Comvnc-rcial High of Savannah for mood sports- nizmslnp. Jimmy O'Daniul inqiilc the All-Tournament Team. Thy season closed with six wins and fourteen losses. as thc scoroboziixl shows. l l l WATKINS HOOKS MOODY C. A. Girls' Basketball First Row-Bartlett, Walton. Morris, McGahee. Gardner. Levine. Second Row-Bessinger, Whatley. Stephenson. Henderson. Walters. Arnett. Ccach Bolton. COACH BOLTON Scores J. C. A. 39 Y. M. C. A. 12 is Y. M. c. A. s 19 MOUNT SAINT Josi-:PH --B" 12 44 TUBMAN 'ABM 17 21 TUBNIAN "A" 23 13 MOUNT SAINT JOSEPH "B" 20 32 TUBMAN "C" 26 zo MOUNT SAINT Josspn --A" as 25 TUBMAN --B" 12 42 TUBMAN --c" 25 as o. G. H. wAcs as 30 UNIVERSITY NURSES 3-1 10 LILYVTULIP 25 32 O. G. H. XV.-XCS 39 The J. C. A. girls began the season with 14 members. but were slight- ly handicapped by the end of the season with the loss of 4 players. Those at present on the team are: Joan Stevenson. Ann Whatley. Mary Arnett. Billie Gardner. Katherine Walters. Frankie Walton. Dorothy Henderson. Bc-ttyjsne Bartlett. and Caroline McGahee. The girls played in both the HY" league and the City leailue. They were in third place in the "Yu league. C. Hnskcitbull I- V1 S.-,, V.'1'1,f 1. KI1n1llM,'k'.S.PIWIHL5. '.'. -L' ml? XYWU we Puru-Il. MQG1-xxifn, Burkms, Rmlunrs. " 'v .C .-, 'Q' ,pw U :wj.l 71. XYcvufl'.xux'cl, I2L'V:nn1'y. M, . N9' f, - QYLX -F .4-Q... 1 ' f .-l, PHINIZY BAGGOTT RODGERS MCGOWAN BURKE MATTHEWS GRAYBILL WRIGHT WOODWARD COOPER PURCELL BASEBALL Q, ps vm 'ci , N. r'l ' ,of Sv. lst RowAReynalds. MCG:-wann. Dicks. Bamzotl. B1-nlon. Rhodes. and Hull. 2nd Row-DeVQ ncy. Baker. Penn. Burke. :xml Wzlrr. 3rd Row-D. Reynolds. L.ckman. Henslcy. Swain. Rodgcrs. Saxon. Poppell, and Patrick. HICKSON BALKCUM BERRY WOODWARD C 1 949 Baseball Scores WASHINGTON AIKEN BENEDICTINE LANGLEY-BATH LANGLEY-BATH GLYNN BENEDICTINE GLYNN SAVANNAH AIKEN WASHINGTON COMMERCIAL AMERSON PYLE SPENCE CHANCE GOLF J' 'XA AT THE TIME THE ANNUAL GOES T0 PRESS, GOLF, TENNIS, AND TRACK SCHEDULES ARE STILL UNDETERMINED ACTIVITIES fl"a l .1 .. 1:4 A P W Qu-'f J x T ,- X U , gg-.4 a I ff R I W I I ww I ah H P jg. -' q:,u' A, .A WALTON WARREN '5' .-. 'CT7 4 ,f X 1 . 3 G -Q RABUN 9.1.3 'A 5- -' pa G- J f lgf, b l. v I' ' s .ff VOSS BRINKLEY lik J The Rainbow StaH' Editors Frziiikic XYalton, Editor'-iii-Chief .Xdellc XYar1'cn. .Xssuciate Editor-in-Chief -luck Xllvng, Editor l'liylli5 Rulmun. liditor iPicturesJ Rwnuld lcfter. liditwr Olilitaryl Uzumy Yoss, Editor Qlctivitiesi liugcuia Hiers, liditi-r fkctivitiesl XX'rz1y llrinkley, Editor fktlilcticsl ,luck L'mipei', Asst. liditor K:Xtl1leticsD Linruliiic Klcljzilicc, Asst. Editor tkthleticsl llcrlvcrl lilliw11,.Xsst. Editor K'-iiifluiicc Tam. .XS:t. 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Mowery Q 5 , Lucv Clavte nr I2,T.1'Iill Q X . . ld Artists Irlilllllj' Ywss -,ri IJIIIIIICI' Fulk Q X Philip Lutvs Lx , Q Q W .AU I9 Typists 'IUITQ' H1 vguslqnx slgr Faculty Adviser l"lZll'll'4 II, Min-In-ll -TESTER LEVINE MITCHELL Musketeer Staff ' l Lf -Y f -:Jw -. 1 .VCA Hinos-Ts lf J? 1" , , ARC REPORT 1 J Q . - 5 - g Q A . 1 . .-.. cg ou-r " ' - ' Y' ng, '12, W Pl-:mon ENDS 1 -.mn 1-vxmn' e B ' APRIL mn A AUGUSTA GEORGIA l'Ffll1A'1',M.-XRCHL4 N50 "in-:lull Academim-Training "Boys Will Bw 6irlS," Many Scholarships New Report Cords. lhlilitary Ball Set To Be Continued Fml' Bfll M Are Available 'I'olBf'f'?j Rf'f"':"ff lEQrfApril Zlst. V 114 P ARC-.ll'A Students l e- 1 Reveals i r -f.. ' . Jw xx. . a - ,-.ut 1 :-. swf Cu-1-, AVg:,...it-.:. - , C.wluncITo H, r 1 M..-ul-klvHv10,w , Gfnup , . vffg. sm. I V., . .l . lf! b l , Jw, . . ,. WIN .t .1 ..., lx Y - . i f JJ W ' A ' Q l ,..1l1 l , 1,1 ' r .. 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Managing Editor J. M. BARROW W. M. BERRY W. E. BONZO W. V. BRADFORD O. W. BRANTLEY W. A. CASON J. F. COHEN BRYAN DuBOSE R. B. ELLIOTT W. H. EVANS Reporters and Contributors R. E. FITZGERALD ED GROOVER J. C. HARRISON M. E. HAWK LESTER HINTON R. E. JESTER J. L. JOHNSON JO ANN KELLEY J. E. MITCHELL VERDERY OTWELL J. E. POTEET T. L. SANDERS R. M. SCOTT JOHN STEVENS J . N. STEWART MARY ANN THOMAS ROBERT TUDOR A. G. VERNON L. W. W HEATLY GEORGE WRIGHT Psi Phalanx '-11 .A G . Q Y-v . N an ,,. Q' I , I .33 I 'I ' 26 v -- ' 2, gg 4 ' -3 NV .' -ca-, 5 , .X.- A I M . ls xT9'7I"""'33?13 Vrcslflc-111 Yin--l'rcfirlc11t Scvrclziry Trczwurer I,-hlllrlilill , Swcvtlmc-nrt of thc .Xflvifor V I'h:1l:mx lHI.I.Y XV N ll'JXY.XRlJ liL'lJIJY In-YAXIQY Iill XYRIGHT CIJXNXIJ MCGXHIEIQ , XYHELDON HAIR ANNE McCI.IiND!JN T. J. HUFFMAN Q7 DE VANEY BOB BAGGOTI' WESLEY BAILEY BOBBY BAIQZR BILL BRANDON PETE CALAMAS JAMES COOK JACK COOPER EDGAR McDANIEL BILL DREW JOE MCGOWAN RICHARD EDWARDS JERRY SAUL MAURICE GHINGOLD PAUL SMITH JOE GRAMMER RONNTE JENKINS HUGH WALKER Master Councillor Senior Councillor junior Councillor DeMolay JIMMY BO.-XTXYRIGHT ARTHUR 1oNE5 ,,,,..- ,,,,,,,, --.-u,,l-LLL,,,,--- ,u....,.......lii, JACK XY O N G ROBERT ADAMS GEORGE THOMAS NEAL CHANDLER DAVID BARNES J IIVHVIY THOMAS MICKEY CROUCH WARREN BLANCHARD LYNN DRUMMOND JOHN JONES GARY BOSTICK CHARLES AENCHBACHER F. L. LEE JAMES BURCH JACK HODGES REGINALD LEWIS NATH BRADFORD SONNY MILLS PHIL LUTES ADRIAN COHEN DANNY VOSS IRVIN RICE RICHARD FENDER DAVID VOSS EDWARD RIDDLE PAUL HAIR LYMAN WILLIAMS CLARENCE SIIVION BOB JUMP BUDDY McKEE TOM ROSIER OLLIE MCGAHEE MIKE ZUCHER .TIIVHVIY CONN OR. LOUIS SIMON DON BAKER I-IERMAN BOLTON HEYWARD WOODWARD JULES GODIN ROBERT WOO BILLY WREN FRED BEAN OZIE BRANTLY JACK WONG LOUIS BOVVICK GEORGE PURCELL W. C. COOK WILLIAM BRAND 140.1 BOATWRIGHT -1--4 1 :::"..! -11 i -1-H 1-sl f M !l:l.. ngglllfilllllla Ffh., -D.: EAN Zeta Rho Sigma P s v THOMAS I'Tc'si+lL'l!I Yffm'-I'I'n'-irIL'l1l 1' SL'1'I'l'lIlY'f Tr'r:v11!'1-V BETTY TIBIMONS PHYLLIS RABUN PAT MANGUM NIXON ANN MCCLENDON A N '."5'?33 K"a..'. ,,..- +4.,,. MARY ,XXX TIIUMAS ANN llL'Rf2.'XMY ICU HSE XIX! IX ANN XVII.-XTLICY LOIS HALE ELLEN MARTIN JANE ELLEN CLONTZ JOYCE MARTIN PEGGY ALMAND FRANKIE WALTON PEGGY MARTIN President .,,.,,,,, ...... Vice-President .... L .,..,.,. Secretary ,,,,,, . Treasurer . Adviser ,,,,,, EMORY FARR JOAN CHAMBERS BARBARA EDWARDS MORRIS WARR BILL MADEN BILLY PHINIZY ANN WHATLEY JIMMY O'DANIEL Student Council ,LHABOBBY BAGGOTT ...,,,,,r,,7,W-TIMMX PX LE WWMARY ANN THOMAS RICHARD NYE.-XTHERS MMR. GUY HLRLBLTT TOMMY HERNDON PERRY MCLEAN HARRY SHERMAN BILBO CHANCE BOBBY BAGGOTT BOB PUDER TOMMY KNOTTS JIMMY PYLE f 92' BAGGOTT HURLBUTT NATH HAYES JACK HALL BOBBY EUBANKS ZACK KILPATRICK R. H. HOBSON JACK POPPELL ROBERT BARNES EDWARD EUBANKS D. CHAMBERLAIN EDWARD DRAKE H. B. DEAN JOHNNY MENGER BILLY FAIR JAKE HOWARD ROBERT GILLION T. BROADWATER PAUL RUFO I , I 'fi 13 ,Z ,Q . L. .,,.,.. p., HERNDON CHARLES MCMURPHEY JACK I-IODGES EARL CHAVEL ROBERT RILEY Academy Hi-Y OFFICERS lst SEMESTER OFFICERS 2nd SEMESTER l'rcsi1lenl Dickie Griffin President ,,,,,, ,,,,. T ony Mullicriii Y. Prwiflcm XYelwster Cason Y. President ,, ,,,,,,, Billy Philpot Sl-crutzlry liilly Philput Secretary , ,, ,,Tunin1y llcrnclmi 'ltri-ri-im-r Utis llc-ntun 'l'i'c-nfurer llickin- Griffin 1 lizll-luiii 'llfm llvrnillm Vliziplziin -lzickic Phillips ED BRANDON CHICK JAMES WAYLAND LAMAR BILL DYE DOUGLAS SEIFFERT BEV COCHRAN GEORGE KELLY WOODBURY RINKER TOMMY HEIVIRICK CLAYTON HEATH STUMPY WRIGHT STARKEY FLYTHE Cadet Hi-Y OU ANTEL OFFICERS lst SEMESTER OFFICERS 2nd SEMESTER President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, jimmy Pyle President ,,,,,, Howard Timmermaii 53, V. President .,..,.,,,,7, Jimmy O'Daniel V. President ,,,,,i . ,,,,,, Ozie Brantley K 'V vx Secretary v,,, .,,,,.r,7 F rank McDaniel Secretary ,,,,,,.r ..... . Zack Kilpatrick X572 Treasurer ,,,...,.....,,.,,Y,,,, Brad Bennett Treasurer ,,,,,..,.... Righton Robertson Chaplain ,,,,,,,., Howard Timmerman Chaplain ,,,,,,,..... ,..,,,,Y.,, J imrny Pyle i , f CLUB ADVISER - BOB JONES Hi' D ,l I 93: if CHARLES EBBETS GENE KELLY RIGHTON ROBERTSON ' HNHTYPYLE JIHIREYNOLDS HUfHiNEELANDS .g HOWARD'UJUWERMAN FRANKBRDONALD TRAVHSHKXHNBOTHAM RODGERSFTESE ZACKIULPATRHHC CARLCABN - hs r JHWMYCTDAJHEL BRAIIBENNETT DAVUJVOSS 1:- ' BRUCEJORDAN WlC.COOK KEHTICHARLES DANIUUJA BOBBYBANKS BOBBYEUBANKS PUCHARDWNEATHERS LANSHWSLEE HOOVERLAbUER LYNTIOGDEN OZHEBRANTLEY ROBERTSON Future Farmers of America 'Za I fl.. R? 'FQ R-X A-5 1 K -u WILSON fl .fi if l'rn--ifln-nl X' IHC- I 'T1'NI1Icl1l Sl'l'I't'lIlYf' ,I.I'l'IlSlII'i'I' NVIII fl'lk'I' Xflxixvr DONALD CHEEKS STANLEY DORN ROBERT GIBBS VERNON HARRELL FRANK MATTHEWS HAROLD RHODES J. C. SIMS T. C. STEWART LAMAR STOREY THOMAS STANFORD GEORGE NVELCH FRANK BALICY TRACY BROWN WILLIAM CLIETT WILLIAM GOODWIN P. D. HOLLAND W. S. HOWARD GENE JOHNSON HIRAM JOHNSON F. T. LANIER L. H. MALCOM BILLY MILES B. T. MURPHY FRANK PATTERSON VIRGIL PENNINGTON CHARLES READDY CHARLES REESE JERRY REESE JIMTMY WALKER BUTLER WELLS ROGER BUGG E. J. ADAMS BOBBY CADLE H. G. CHAVOUS ANSON CLARK W. B. EUBANKS XYII.I.I,XNI N ELM R1JX.Xl.IJ .l.XNll-15 IFXTTIZRSUN HAR! PLD .XD X T. M. RFID L'll.XRl.liS XYILN R. W. TERRELL JAMES THOMPSON J AMES MORRIS ROBERT SAVAGE ALLEN CAMERON FLOYD CHANCEY AUBREY CLARK FRANK HOWARD RONALD JACKSON LARRY KING SAM NORRIS CI-EESLEY PARRISH ALVIN PENNINGTON PAUL PORTWOOD ELLIS H. STANFORD TOM USRY DANNY WARD JOHN WEATHERFORD CLAUDE KEY Diversified Co-Operative Train ing President ,,,,,,,,. Vice-President ,,,,, Secretary ,,,,,,, . Treasurer ,,,,, Reporter .'XdVi?4-Cl' .. . J. W. AJVLERSON HOWARD ANDERSON WILLIAM A. ANDERSON RICHARD BALKCUM BOBBY BANKS DONALD BERRY CLUESE BLANCHARD OZIE BRANTLEY WILLIAM BROADWATER W. A. CASON DONALD CHEEKS TED COATS CLAUD COOPER EDWARD DOUGLAS BILLY ELLIOTT JAMES E. HENSLEY ED HICKSON PAUL HIGGINBOTHAM BILL HUNDLEY TOM W. MARSH TED MATHIS ELVYN MCDONALD JAMES PATRICK JACK PHILLIPS ..,...RICH.-XRD B,-XLKCUM ............jAMES PATRICK ........ELYYN MCDONALID ..........BILL HUNDLEY l JAMES XY. SMITH ,.............,LOLIS Rhlzblz THOMAS ROSIER PAUL SIMQN HUNDLEY LAWRENCE WALKER J. WILLIS RUSSELL C. VVILLIS JACK WONG ERNEST WOODWARD CHARLIE DEAL CALVIN JOHNSON JAMES POLLOCK RANDOLPH PRESCOTT JAMES W. SMITH I -. Q Q A, .N Q f-N - ,.-rx ,,.,- BOATWRIGHT ROBERTSON READ IW. -iff 'I EIN"-I'Y'x'-I1Il'14I S . 1'v1'L'l'H'x In-:I-111'-1' l'l.:I1.I:Um .Xlxi-vm' HERMAN BOLTON ADRIAN COI-IEN ROBERT COLE TOMMY DOUGLASS BILL DYE EDWIN HARELIK BILLY HILL BILLY HITT UIIICQFS ROBERT IIUNTLEY GENE KELLY ZACK KILPATRICK WAYLAND LAMAR JOIIN LANGLEY OLLIE McGAHEE WARREN MIXON JIMMIE MOORMAN Beta Club IIMMY lil LYIAYIQII LI IT lZlI-L Ill ILIJICX Rll iIl'l'l PX Rl ll1IiIQ'l'SHX ILXYIID YI PSS Z X1 'Ii IiII.l'.X'l'RIk'Ii ll. U. RI-,XII GEORGE ROLLINS MARVIN SEARS GEORGE SHEFTALL HARRY SHERMAN LEWIS SIMON LYMAN WILLIAMS HEYWARD WOODWARD Richmond I-li-Y I M , W O F F I C E R S lst Semester 2nd Semester President .... .,..,.,.,.,.,. H arry Sherman President W ...., ,v.,. . ...... . -Herbert Elliott Vice-President U .-,- ..,, ,,.. H erbert Elliott Vice-President ,,,,,.,......,, Ed Douglass Secretary ,,l, , ,,,,, Billy Evans Secretary ,- ...., . .,.,, W. .... ,,Irvin Rice Treasurer ,-, i. .,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,Billy Hill Treasurer ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, Tommy Douglas Chaplain ,,, ,,,,,..... ,l,,,,,,, R oy Simkins Chaplain -N ..,.. A .... , ,,,,,,,, Billy Berry Adviser ,W ., .Captain William B. Pierce Adviser H .... -,,Captain William B. Pierce ADVISER - CAPTAIN WILLIAM B. PIERCE BILLY EVANS HERBERT ELLIOTT HARRY SHERMAN JIMMY HARRISON JIMMY TI-IATCHER JIMMY I-IARMON JIMMY BOATWRIGHT O. B. WHATLEY ED DOUGLASS TOMMY DOUGLAS BILLY MORRIS BILLY HILL BILLY MAXWELL TOMMY SANDERS W. E. MATTHEWS THOMAS GOODWIN BILLY BERRY LYNN DRUMMOND ANGUS VVILSON IRVIN RICE ROY SIMKINS' GRADY HOWARD GEORGE SHEFTALL LARRY McCRARY J if tr- 'T' ELLIOTT RICE HILL C Christian XVorkers Council President ,,,,...,.,. 2 'gx A 3 Yicc-Vrcsidvsiit .- ' I-.' A Sccrctary , vnu- , M , .a lrczifurcr , "- ix, ' , - Liliziplztiii . A " " L rx.1ti,t-r v wwf? I , I B.-XGGOTT KNOTTS BOBBY BAGGOTT BERNARD BLACKSTONE JAMES COOK SHELTON EUBANKS ROBERT FITZGERALD TOM HILL Xlvrnhcrs JAMES JOHNSON W. C, SEATS MARION SMITH FRED SPEERING CARL SUHR NORMAN WILLIAMS TOMMY KNOTTS LAURA GAUTHIER ELLEN MARTIN F. H. SIZEMORE RONALD JESTER ,.-IZIIIIBS Cook ,, ,Ellen Martin Laura Gauthier Bt-blvy Baggott Tommy Knotts J. T. Hains 1 - x I A F fn Q Q 'Q' Q QQQ -w-me MJ ' bi: S W xx Camera Club W Q' wg! fb' Q u Q 5 :zu .H ' 5151! ,N fin mi : Q-.ee I . raiiiiii- uzilplzs I 5: G H I Pwqgfqifi 1 FP s ,bg - , D PREMDERT ....,,,.,,.., VICE-PRESIDENT MEQRETARX ,.R.,7,7.,... TREASURER ...A7. CH.-XPLAIN A.A.A, ,XDYISER ,7,,,, 1 FA' New-i w Eve'-'es-, -1-iw-2. T'- ' u U ci in Xu A A 1 lulguf:-I 5 EW ..,A.A,D.'XNNY YOSS JACK XY! PNG ADRI.-XX C4 JH EX ...,,,,,,XORM.XX THUMAS ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,EDXYIN HARELIK .,A,,,...SGT. CURTIS MARTIN M E M B E R S LAll2lI'lL'S.XL'llL'l1l1ZlL'hL'l' .Xlfrcwl Xl-vxxc1'y .Xvlrizm Cuhcn Rigluwn liulu-1'l-U11 '13 'mmy Hill Slilllllf Rwm-ullml LA'-llrwy Hurllmx' X1 '1'x1 mn Tlnunzm L l1Ill'IUSIYl'j' ll: 1x111 5 Y-'ss I'j1lXX'iIl Ilzlrclik .lurk XXI-ng Softly Lllllgfhlllll .,,,,i A Rho Chi REISER 1.- 13? OFFICERS l'RIiSIU1iX'l' YIL'If'-I'RIiSlIll-INT SliL'RliT,XRY X '1'Rli.XSL'RliR L'H.Xl'L.XIX ,, .XIDYISER XY:1rren lilzmchard Iillylllllllfl XYallers l.:unz1r Murray K x .Inc Bailey Hcryl T:mncnlmun1 Hill Mzulcn ll:1rx'cvStirc'w:1lt lilI.I. BLXDICN I.I,tlYlJ HAYIRD RHX.XI.D li.XI-I,OXX'.'XY UIUIC ILXILEY SHIi.Xl.Y REISIER I.cU1l1tc'1':1lk-y l.COIlZlfll fwtts Llfvyrl Ilzxvirrl liill Dye Rfmnlcl linllmvay Raymmmcl Ruin XYilwn Bryan qi 1 I. nu' ,.... 15. -., A sliibinlt TLJK President Phi Theta Kappa Phi Theta Kappa is a National Honorary Scholastic Fraternity, limited in membership to Junior College students who have maintained an avera e Grad f 90" Academic Subjects for three consecutive semesters. HONORARY FACULTY MEMBERS INCLUDE: PRESIDENT HARDY, DEAN MARKERT. HAINS, MITCHELL, READ, AND TALLEY. ,Sf F5 - ,'. , 1,1 I 5' 1 U-vu - ....... ' 1 ' ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,, R 0 nald Gallowax' Vice-President We ,,,,..., Secretary A... Mary Ann Thomas tr.,,,,,,,,Dot Henderson Treasurer ,,,.... ,,,, -W ,,,i.... A un XYl1atley .Xclviser ...., L. R. Richardson v9.4 g , e o f or better in MESSRS. CORDLE. GALLOWAY. MEMBERS joe Bailey Ronald Galloway Dot Henclersnn Isaac -lolles Hill Maclen Katherine Marriott 7 Sonny McCarty Edgar McDaniel -Ierry Saul Mary Ami Thmna ihllll XYl':2ttlcy ...sac -A, -P' : T "'T S' V 1 I ,z r X We Q9 , lj ff BAILEY GALLOWAY HENDERSON JOLLES 6. - A N - RI... ' E' ' N - xml,-lf, C ' ' "YT: :QI MAD!-:N MARRIOTT McCARTY y. X. ,-. , 53 91 5 .- . Z' 3' MCDANIEL SAUL THOMAS NVHATLEY rr S' 7-1 Gold "R" Society TH min 1NL'IT1i'L'l'fl1iIl in the M1141 "IQ" Swcicty .xffllltllly fluqlcmf mufl -lnm' ability nwt Hub in Full-Iizlxkhip. V111 :ll-lu in Sllllltlll Xrlixilivr Thu Military. Ur ,Xlhh-ticf. The G Ill "R" NIZLIIIL fur .'xll'-Rwllwl .Xl-ility :md ,Xclixily RG. - .N BERRY ELLIOTT rL1?'31' 'Lia S y 1 Vit? 'fl 'P' EVANS HERNDON . 4 if y Q 0 xl . 1 . , JESTER PYLE ROBERTSON SHERMAN Q 5 mly 1:0-fy N.,ng,l.I.I1-flcl' '-' IiL'I'IvL'l'l Iflliutl -limmy Vylu ' K, 'asm Ifxzm- 1:igln.,,1 1:..r..-M111 Tmmlly Ilurndf n Harry Slwrmrum 1 N FEATURES sw Y' qi YQ. 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I AUGUSTA GEORGIA Complimenfs of TOWN TAVERN Compliments ol HERBERT McMlCHAEL GROCERIES - MEATS Phone 3-7837 i905 Walfon Way Y PQI? W. E. RAINES COMPANY, INC. Building Specialfies and Supplies Mefcl Producfs PPM-9 2-2176 I4 Sev-er-'H Sires-f Compllrncnis of HILL AND EUBANKS I Your Aufomofive Speciolisfs in Augusfa Auguda, Ga. 565 Bread Sifeef Phones 2-575I-2-5752 F Compliment of TOLEDO SCALES N0 srnmas - Honest wzlcm' I fl r I SCALES and FOOD MACHINES SALES and SERVICE I MULHERIN LUMBER CO. ..c.M.K.NNoN...M....,., I H I 1 11 I Phone 2.1580 1559 wauon Way Aucusu on. I If M MEMS s. Gnocsmes C ID , 0 N A L J D U R S CONSTRUCTION RIVERSIDE Aqlllg Complimenfs of COOK'S CLEANERS Phone 2-4204 MARGARET LOTZ Speciczftq 546176 Dial 2-5937 827 Greene Sireef Auqusfa, Gs Sporfing Goods Phomqraphic Supplies BOWEN BROS. 905 Broad Sfreei' Augusta, Ga. Ccmoffmenh ,- SOUTHEASTERN FUR COMPANY Compliments oi WILLIS IRVIN ARCHITECT HELEN STUART IRVIN ASSOCIATE ARCHITECT 722 Greene Street AUGUSTA. GEORGIA Compliments ot C A R R ' S 950 BROAD STREET i Phone 4-5531 I GEORGIA TRUCK AND EQUIPMENT CO.. INC. DISTRIBUTORS CADILLAC AUTOIVIOBILES and G. M. C. TRUCKS Telfair at Tenth Phone 2-6876 AUGUSTA. Gzoncux M Il it SKINNER AUTO SUPPLY CO. H 564 BROAD STREET AUGUSTA. GEORGIA Phone 2-2601 SMITH BROTHERS, AGENTS MOTOR SERVICE 6. PARTS 1027 Broad Street Phone 2-4243 AUGUSTA. GEORGIA Hotel and Restaurant Equipment ' Hobart Food 551 ELLIS STREET AUGUSTILGEORGIA I Preparing Machines ' Dayton Scales - Biro Electrical Meat Saws ' Commercial Refrigerators Dial 4.4345 0 4.4345 l I , ?el , 1 U . ' ll Compliments of ll I 1002 FENWICK snuzsr I SO FINANCE i Phone 2-4415 EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS For COMIMODORE ROLL TISSUE ' COMMODORE FACIAL TISSUE ' COMMODORE ROLL TOWELS GARDEN BOX NAPKINS "REALTORS" LOANS - REAL ESTATE - RENTS and INSURANCE CORPORATION l l l l, l II l l Suooew And To The I Qmde of 50 Wlwalever your cleslinaflon - College, Technical School, or Business - l we wish you one and all lo+s of good luck and success lhrouglfaouf your l enfire career. GEORGIA RAILROAD BANI4 61 'FRUST C'O3IPAXY RLAIN OFFICE l'P'1'OXVX HRANFII l THE CITIZENS AND SOI'TIIEIaN NATIONAL ISANK l I THE NATIONAL EXfQ'l'I.fXXIiI'I BANK OF AI'uI'sTA X XIAIN OFFICE M.XGXOI.I.X OI-'I"lC'l'I l l l MEMBERS FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION l l I I I l , Where Qualify, Accuracy, and Fair I Policy Prevail Specialized Training in STENOGRAPHY, SECRETARIAL, EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL, T l ACCOUNTING and BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 1: SUBJECTS. l TWIGGS l PF9SCI'lpl'iOI'1 Op'l'iCi6I'5S l Free Employmenf Service I To Eye Physicians ,T I l ll DRAUGHON S BUSINESS COLLEGE y Augusta- Ge0'9'a ' ao Eighfh S+fee+ Phone 2-2806 I I I I I BASSFORD MOTOR COMPANY, I I I JOHN LUCAS PAINTS ll ll LTD- , II26 Ellis Sfreef T T ! h Phone 2-70I8 e ep one 2'552l - 2-5522 Il Be Smarf - Ride a Cushman Mofor Scoofer fo School I Auqugfa, ea, l DISTRIBUTORS: ALL KINDS I MERCURY cANoES BOATS I OUTBOARD morons .na CRUISERS -5 :Ti ll HILL'S DRIVE-IN S. ALLEN COHEN sl ,I 630 Bmd Sheel INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE T "R The Head of We CIW' LIFE M EIRE - CASUALTY 'I The Oldesf in The Cify Sandwyches Soda 75l Reynolds Sfree+ Augusfa, Ga. ' l Curb Service Phone 2-273i T l U Complirnenis of lx I TI-IE BUCKEYE COTTON OIL T T OF I C YI Umm T STANDARD BAG Manufachners of COTTONSEED PRODUCTS AUGUSTA, GEORGIA l l Augusfa, Georgia Complimenfs of I BEARINGS, PARTS 81 SUPPLY 00. "Eslablished l92 I " DISTRIBUTORS OF AUTOMOTIVE PARTS, SUPPLIES AND EOUIPMENT Phones 2-536l 84 2-5362 630 Ellis Slreel Augusla. Georgia kwx'0"I 'd','KBS9g WMS' I WALKER- DURANT MOTOR COMPANY "Your Ford Dealer" FORD CARS - TRUCKS - TRACTORS SALES AND SERVICE Broad al I4-lh Slreel' Phone 2-S37I Compllmenls of HOUSTON ICE AND COAL CO. I3TH AND D'ANTlGNAC STREETS Besl Grades - Coal and Colce Bloclced and Crushed Ice MARKS HEATING 81 AIR CONDITIONING C0. WE SPECIALIZE in lhe Following : I-leallng and Air Condifioning BOTH DOMESTIC and COMMERCIAL I-lolpoinl Eleclrical Appliances YOUR DEPENDABLE SERVICE MAN Phone 2-3645 Prompl Dellvery 702 Twlggs Slreel Augusfa, Ga. sw ff: MURRAY snos., mc. SEARS 407 Hale s+fee+ Phone 2-9806 """"""m Augusla. Ga. S404 732 Broad Sfreel' Phone 2-7575 70 Me Stadenta af ' ACADENIY UF PIIUHNIUNII COUNTY AN IUNIUPI CULLEGE UP AUGUSTA Www 3 in Cbr ora , NevISP09e' P' nt 9 X' - P hon' Agent ik- MP, E I 2 Augusta X! Ge0'9'o Uhv Auswfa Qhrnnirlz THE AUGUSTA HERALD Monxlxc-SUNDAY EVENING 1 r-X Q L A 51" .gg 3,,g.g.-z,4.,- ' Q Compliments of OXNER'S RADIO SERVICE ISS? Oglethorpe Ave. Dial 3-7182 Augusta. Georgia FREE PRIZES DAILY 952 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. Compliments of ll l H. B. f-POP" SCHNEIDER'S 7 SERVICE STATION l u 47 - liith st. at Reynolds Phone 2-7910 ll Augusta, Georgia ll DANSBY BROTHERS CO. W PLUMBING AND HEATING Y CONTRACTORS I Specializing in Repairs and .Alterations ll l 1202 D'AntignzIc St. Dial 2-5723 ' Augusta, Georgia I -sunen I , ff"wG '- Zvnzmm iq i i BREAU LT I I I I portraits -- I-Iomc portraits --Weddings -- CommcrciaI I I I I BrcauIts Studio I I I .II QIIDGREENE STREET ' AUGUSTFMSEORGIA i , i i 'I K ,, f I R rd - R di - Pi no g S E' OS E' S Aueusm rvrfwnnfn EXCHANGE I Coq 306 Sin S+, -. Auqusia, Ga. -- Pncre 2 6021 ELECTRIC APPLIANCES I Disiribuiors for: W' Refrigeraiors - Home Freezers - Ranges - Wafer Royai Sfanderd Typewrher il I-Iea+ers - Fans - Irons - Washers - Musical 1 Insfrurnenfs and Accessories I I i Royai Poriabie Typewrifers W Tubes - Par'rs - Service Vicior Adding Machines iI - Q I1 Phone 2.7339 3:8 aw sifeei Fnden CSICUIGW' i ii I COMPLIMENTS OF i w- T- GEORGIA-CAROLINA WAREHOUSE AND COMPRESS I I COMPANY Known For Values 930 Broad SIree+ B. 6. B. LUMBEE AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY 5' SUPPLY CO' Phone 2-2359 Augusta, Georgia AUTO PARTS ' MACHINE SHOP . BUILDING MATERIALS ' LUMBER MILLWORK ' DOORS ' SASH 214-18 Sixth Street Phone 4-5417 Yard and Office: 1245 d'Antignac Street Comer 13th Street Compliments of Compliments of WARE BUICK COMPANY RICHMOND SUPPLY C0- MILL SUPPLIES and INDUSTRIAL SPECIALTIES E27 BROAD STREET AUGUSTA. GEORGIA 652 Seventh Street Phones : 2-7797 - 2-7798 I Phone 2-5395 .HI-rs fit' -fs. CONGRATULATIONS d S. DONALD FORTSON CO. a n B E S T W I S I-I E S MILL - MINE - TEXTILE - and CONTRACTORS' SUPPLIES BUSH'S FLORIST III Pine Grove Avenue IIOG Broad Street gm Reynolds sues! Augushtceorgia H E A L E S T A T E S A L E S L O A N S DEVELOPING - PRINTING ' ENLARGING I N S U R A N C E PROPER., MANAGEMENT N 5. W CAMERA EXCHANGE "Everything Photographic" Over 33 Years' Experience G CAMERAS ' PHOTO SUPPLIES ' ACCESSORIES MOVIE EQUIPMENT Dial 2-4057 220 Eighth Street Broad at Eighth Dial 2-5521 FEUREIH lgrggll lunnus tn. l SATCHEPI COMPANY Complete Line Zuddmg Wim-,me Sffpplwe 629 10th Street- Phones 2-5636 - 2-7119 AUGUSTA, GEORGIA l KAISER FRAZER 5 1 MILLER-ADAMS, INC. l A 8: M BLUE PRINT CO. MCDONALD 8: WEATHERSBEE l ' , I Ofjfre Supplzex and EQIIIPIIIBHI MOTORS, INC. 5' gl 'Q 805 Reynolds Street 111-Sth Street Augusta, Ga. Augusta, Ga' Compliments 0f MARKS FABRICS I N 750 Broad Street "Fabrir Center of Augusld' Slipcovers and Draperies Made to Order 1015 Broad SI. Dial 4-1850 TRULOCK CANDY COMPANY I I D I S T R I B U T O R I . . I Lay's - Chaps. Sandwiches, Peanu'I's I ZI IC CENTRAL AVENUE jI ' - T ' 'flj ' , MILlER'S SEA FOOD MARKET SGGC-5 Tzffg In CAREY F. WEATHERS I W,,FVNEif Q Ljtiberg - PHL :SSN TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. 5b gnfnf: , pig Legg , Q 5,3 Loca and Long Disfarwce Moving I 5-3 Qfvgfk A Seascv Oceraffnq In 28 SIBICE I -D5-1 E:",e,-Eg- -A Ccmdefe M:vKr-Q Service- I 2124 Cgrni Aienue 'fbi Dmfi PafI A'-eme Phone 3-22lI A A E DDI STARK EMPIRE LAUNDRY SANITIINE ,JS V 'WI DIAL 2-5588 DIXIE CAB SERVICE f.-,QA awe Eompf-Q Ri, f .IQI VVE 'D OAI'- I 'M r D ' fl '-+6II E Auggfa, Ga. AUGUSTA SPORTING GOODS COMPANY EIC Df .fe D-LI"DuTf'Vf Acisem. 573 "cf CQIIQGQ AIINI Mc Wear I E Gig Te"': 5: arf: Ecofba v :AQ 2 Er?-' I Supp ez I Phone 2-6007 df BUYS' UATHOHC HIGH SCHOOL FRENCH DRY CLEANING C0. FANCY DYERS HAT CLEANING IZ99 Emmeff S+. Phone 3-4446 WOODWARD LUMBER COMPANY 'Building Maferials -- Curfis Woodwork - Lumber - Palms IOIO Roberfs S+. Augus+a, Ga Phones 2-46II - I2 - I3 Always Remember FRUITLAND NURSERIES When you wan? 'rhe BEST in Planfs --Phone 3-7927- Complimenfs of A HOWARD LUMBER COMPANY IQOO Milledgevilie Road Auqusfa, Ga Dia! 2,7870 - 2,4078 SCOTT'S MEAT MARKET NATIVE AND WESTERN MEATS FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES POULTRY AND SEA FOOD GROCERIES Hill Delivery and Town Delivery Daily 313 - 8th Street Phones 2-649612-6497 Wwfegffffgf-9476 Drink Complete Office Outfitters y al CI' n 224 - 8th St. Phone 4-3243 RMU S MOH. . Cn la Augusta, Georgia Best by Taste Test Art Metal Steel Office Equipment FAIR-JOPLING-ANDREWS APPLIANCE CO. Electrical Appliances Domestic and Commercial Sales-Service LOMBARD BRINSON Exclusizie lllerfs Wear 303-9th sf. 519-13th st. Augusta- Gwfgla Phone 2-9854 Phone 2-6997 F. E. FERRIS 8: COMPANY Compliment: of "Clothes of thc Better Kind for Alan, HARDY'S CLEANERS "The Bright Spot in Cleaning" 1803 Walton Way And Fashions For Youth" Varsity Town Dobbs Arrow 752 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. Complimentx Uf WARREN WALKER, JEWELER "Tha House of Fine Sl0rling" THE IONES FURNITURE COMPANY Estzzblislzvd 1396 1010 Broad Street Augusta, Georgia HAGLER TIRE 8: SUPPLY LIMITED 740 Reynolds St. Phone 2-84-05 Hcadqzzarterr for ilu' General Sq1u'z'gi'1 The Tires For Sale By thc Richmond Hi-Y SIDNEY SMITH PAPER COMPANY 562 Reynolds St. Dial 2-61160 Pajwr Cllfl.Y7.X.HlIkllIY' Toilet 'l'ix,v1u' Augusta, Georgia Distributors For E.-2 Opener Bag Co. MAXWELL BROTHERS FURNITURE FRIGIDAIRES - PHILCO RADIOS DRAPERIES Experienced lnierior Decora+ing Service Phone 245526 933 -Broad Sheet Augusia. Ga. 3.15. annum C on gratulates A.R.C. 8: j.C.A. GRADUATES OF '50 J. B. White's, whose Small Profit Margin Policy has made it Augusta's leading depart- ment store, salutes the 1950 graduates of Richmond Academy and junior College of Augusta, leading citizens of the Augusta of tomorrow. m w ye'-"RW" -"E"-E'-'R LAKE VIEW PHARMACY SUMERAU'S Open 24 Hours A Day I8OO Broad S+. - Phone 3-4495 - Augusfa, Ga. AUGUSTA BOOK STORE 833 Broad Sfreef Books - Cards - Toys - Parker Pens Greefing Cards - Renfal Library DeSoto Plymouth I Auf:-iomzen Comphmenls sALes - SERVICE of GARR1SON,ROBERTS MOTQRS, RICHMOND APPLIANCE CO. Heaiing - Cooling -- Refrigeraiion H' 'HS EIGHTH STREET I278 Broad Sireei Phone 2-39IO Augusfa, Ga. Phone 4-l424 Compliments GREEN'S GARAGE COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS 125 Fifth Street Phone 2-6-155 Compliments Of' HARRISON ADVERTISING AGENCY Herald Bldg. Augusta, Ga. Short Orders Fountain Drinks Treat Youwr Date at THE VARSITY DRIVE-IN GVVINNETT AT DRUID PARK Bar-B-Q Curb Service BOWERS AUTO ELECTRIC COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS PARTS AND SERVICE FOR ALL CARS 553 Broad St. Phone 2-7352 Augusta, Ga. DELUXE CLEANERS DRY CLEANING - PRESSING ALTERATIONS 315 Eighth Street Dial 2-4325 AUGUSTA. GEORGIA DREW'S FOOD STORE 'iE.L'fI'll, Qualify Food - Frozmz Food" MEATS - POULTRY - SEA FOOD GROCERIES AND PRODUCE PHONES: 2-7766 - 2-7767 1533 Walton Way Augusta. Ga. IVE DELIVER ANYWHERE SHERMAN AND HEM STREET, INC. REALTORS AUGUSTA. GEORGIA Here's wishing you Iucic... And we are looking forward fo Many more happy years fogefher I 4-:r" 6 ' enS if "E ' IB cl. I jj f ' r "The Soufh's Finesf Since 1841" WARR BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY BATES FURNITURE CO. "You Furnish fine House, I COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL We Furnish The Home.. BUILDERS I043 Broad Sireef Phone 2-4853 II 2 Easi Boundary Dial 2-4346 Augusfa, Ga. I 77 +V TE V E V-V 'V 7 Ili 1 T V CV VE-E :Y i1ila, AUGUSTA HIDE COMPANY II COMPLIMENTS II E. A. LAMAR, Propriefor HIDES - FURS - WOOL - BEESWAX OF GENERAL TIRE 81 SUPPLY CO. AND TALLOW II SCRAP IRON - METALS - RUBBER Broad af Twelfih Sfreef II AND RASS Phone 2-664I Augusfa, Ga. II Ofiice and Warehouse: I433 Reynolds S+. II I fi H H VOTED MUST PUPULAR IN THERE CLASS! Take a Tip From the Chef Use 9 FAMOUS BARBECUE HASH and BRUNSWICK STEXY' FOR DELICIOUS MEALS- -AND SO EASY TO PREPARE Castleberrfs Eood Co. Augusta. Georgia ,J V 5: Compliments John F. Bflckle 8i CO'1lPlHy l of BICYCLES - LAWNMowERs A REPAIRS T SIMKINS SEED COMPANY 987 BROAD STREET STORE AND MARKET EQUIPMENT DIAL 2-8157 846-848 Ellis St. Dial 2-0437 l , . . , Compliments Of Shapiro Packing Co., Inc. KOTTINLAND BRAND All Meats Are U. S. Inspected Colonial Nfl , A ll . , - L... COMPLIMENTS OF AUGUSTA AMUSEMENTS COMPANY MILLER THEATER THE SOUTH'S MOST BEAUTIFUL AND MODERN THEATER IMPERIAL - MODJESKA - RIALTO THEATERS if 5 .... "- .ar . FOR BEST RESULTS-CALL HULSE I COMPLIMENTS HULSE LAUNDRY, INC. A CF I I "JUST A sooo ONE" I INTERSTATE I I COFFEE co. 3445: PHONES 2-2460 I I LAUNDERERS CLEANERS T T "KlTCHEN QUEEN COFFEE TI-IE SOU'I'H'S LARGEST MANUFACTURERS OF FACE BRICK COMMON BRICK STRUCTURAL TILE MERRY BROS. BRICK 8c TILE GO. Established 1899 Masonic Bldg A g t G g T' L'l07ff55' L'l07fIE5' tkuwgyhfe 0 Llmsgv , At Your NEW F I LMT F ORM ALS TQ SPALDING LOAF ERS C Pl"'W'1'X 'f Kll,lll'l"l"'S HlIll'I'l'Y STUIIES R. E. BLANCHARD AND R. H. IVIADEBA f- - ' ,- V. "TNI, lu re: 'J c 'I I mass un I'II.iIHI.1l1, nc. 1 Sw th BWW 2' Kings W3-Y Vv':nlton NVny Kings XVa , , , , a gLQ,L1,,f 1 Ll'l'l'Lln Iklall IIEN LIKILL of 2-just A Little Digmmn n IFEWS IIINWICIIY ANI! MMIKET q l 1835 Walton Way , Phone 6f1701 2130 Central Ave. Phone 3,8208 1 j' JOHNSON, LANE, SPACE AND COMPANY if GOVERNMENT - MUNICIPAL -INDUSTRIAL V STOCKS BONDS U INVESTMENT TRUSTS I 721 Herald Bldg. I Phone 2-7741 I AUGUSTA - SAVANNAH - ATLANTA GEORGIA SPORTING GOODS, ING. 319 SEVENTH STREET f Equipment for all Sportsj AUGUSTA'S ONLY DEALER IN RAWLINGS ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT DIAL 2-1961 ART PATCHIN, Mgr. f , IEEIJ LION Oulu I A N W - C. 1 HOME OF THE "THING" AUGUSTA'S FINEST V T DINNER RESTAURANT 1 SOllTH'S FINEST i UIRIVE-IN IRESTMIIRANT "N""M""MN"' GREENE AT EAST BOUNDARY 1934 WALTQN WAY HUGH AND ARTHUR GREENE I COMPLIMENT5 ALL YOUR CLOTHES SHOULD GO TO T OF SNOXVS I XV. IN MAN CURRY L 1384 GREENE STREET I I YWYW Y, Y Y, ,Y , TWYTN "Dispensing Exclusively for the Eye Physician GARDELLE'S MURPHY 8 ROBINSON "The REXALL Sim" PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS ilwhue Friends Mmm l mg BROAD sr. PHONE 2-6611 l Member Opticians Guild AUGUSTA, GEORGIA i LOBBY S.F.C. BLDG. DIAL 2-5641 XY'e Huvc Filled Over 5 Million Prescriptions Il I I I Ls LLL XVYKE C. IVEY, JR. c,OMPI.IMI2NTS XY. C. IVEY COAL COMPANY or 42 Years of Serving Allgllklkl COAL AND FUEL OIL CONSUMERS, FEED Sf DIAL 2-sais ww ROIIIQRTS ST. SEED CQ. Augusta. Georgia SMOKE JERNIGAN HARDWARE HAV-A-TAMPA CO, CIGARS RETAIL - XVHOLESALE IOHN MILLER CO. I DISTRIBUTOR 1055 Broad Sr. 922 XValkcr St. I Congratulations Davisorfs will be ready to serve you for your college clothes or career wardrobe just as we have with each previous graduation . . . from tiny tot through pigtailers and teens. Ddfviffflax to the Class of '50 STORES IX AL'CL'STA ATLANTA KI xCoN U DLL'NIHL'S ffl ILLKIHI X Z- Relax. . .Refresh with Coke nouns, ws. in nn'-om: on v.: coz. cot. co.-...v nv THE AUGUSTA COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Augusta, Georgia OOMPLIMENTS OF HULL, WILLINGHAM, TOWILL AND NORMAN ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW W Compnmenfs of GOOD HEALTH TO ALL RICHMOND MOTOR CO. FROM REXALL CHRYSLER- PLYMQUTH LANE-LIGGETT DRUG SRORE Greene ai' Tenfh Phone 4-555i EIGHTH 81 BROAD FOR SMARTER STYLES -THRIFT-PRICED ALWAYS SHOP AT L R ENNEY L V HARBIN'S FLORIST f COMPLIMENTS OF FLf:f'Eff Q'1Dj"FTS R W H. SHMERLING, JEWELER eca a a on ay ' 1 PHONES 3-440b- 3-4407 M 9'0 BROAD STREET W H FEEDRIGHT MILLING COMPANY LOCK DRAWER 740 ron THE DISCRIMINATING BUYER HIGHEST QUALITY G ,,:,L,,,,,, I Q ll ng, Z Q i3i3,.., 5 Q 'N WWE A if :SG RY 3:32 A + 'Aly fungi" ""CIf5S'ff'i3I5""' "WS'?f'IIfE"I'I ffiif5E'3IIII"'I' I FEEDERS 81 GROWERS EXCHANGE. INC. FEEDS - SEEDS - BABY CHICKS 209-2I9 ELEVENTH STREET BULBS AUGUSTA GEORGIA SHRUBBERY .let Zan Wame fefleaz' Q-madauweaa and Kham sour:-rs , . ,A WE LEADING INVITE HOME ?, YOUR FURNISHERS ACCOUNT 7l9 BROAD STREET Z1 3, DIAL 2-4678 EEL? afrilzg' 4 mn.: 1 -u run I--I -our .i ll-1 THE FAVORITE STATION OF W G A C A. R. c. and Jumon comics STUDENTS 58 ON YOUR DIAL Now and All Thru the Years To Come Complimen+s of Compliment of EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. GEORGIAIAROLINA "Complete Household Furnishings" IZOI-03 BROAD STREET DIAL 2-5435 a Y I K .Amo Gtmtral Qiarhrn EHluri5t THE CAMPUS FLORIST 2050 WALTON WAY I. H. COHEN AGENCY INSURANCE . FFWEN D " IANC Ull Paorscnon '9 Munn um I24 Eighih Sfreef Phones IF IT IS GOOD INSURANCE . . . WE SELL IT DIAL 3-4464 PERKINS LUMBER CO. LUMBER suuomc MATERIAL -- Mluworuc ooons-sAsH 2-5377 619 Thirteenfh S+. Phone 4-3551 2-5378 AUGUSTA, G-A. THERE IS A DUPLEX DOUBLE DUTY FEED O O OODQO OOOOO DUPLEX - -, , 0 o 0 I mu,-nv. Egg Mash SUUTHETTTIAHIAHEEO N-IGIJ'Yl,GL - C 9 0 . 9 e O . Q FOR ALL LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY O OOOOO Manufacfured By SOUTHERN MILLING CO. AUGUSTA, GEORGIA DUPLEX DO Ll nuff r-:sos ASK YOUR FEED DEALER OR GROCERYMAN COMPLIMENTS OF THE ROOFING AND SHEET-METAL CONTRACTORS' ASSOCIATION O F I I AUGUSTA, GEORGIA I MEMBERS: I AUGUSTA ROOFING AND METAL WORKS 'I RALPH H. DOZIER ROOFERS AND SHEET METAL WORKS I KELLY ROOFING AND METAL WORKS I MODERN ROOFING AND METAL WORKS SOUTHERN ROOFING AND INSULATING COMPANY I ELLIOTT SONS Compliments of Established 1884 CQAL - FUEL OIL Wrightsboro at 15th Street ' 1370 Greene Street Dial 2-6677 1' FRESH MEATS AT PRICES YOU CAN MEET PEOPLE'S FOOD STORE Compliments of GILBERT FURNITURE CO. T 9th and Gwinnett St. T 1007 Broad St. Phone 2-2021 1 Owned and Operated by William Hildebrandt 1- , . , I v - - - . . A .T -ff. if V- ---1' Ja 'F -' - A . . ' "- I' .1 aw 4.33, ' 'Q""' J-Ts' -. 'L ,fri 'l.' " ' '-' ' --'--- -"" lv". ' uv'-i:' . 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BoHIing Company of Augusia PHONE 2-4252 LILY-TULIP CUP CORPORATION MANUFACTURERS OF PAPER DRINKING CUPS AND FOOD CONTAINERS 51 I U I , I I I Compliments of ENJOY THE NEW I I I UNITY SUPER MARKET w I HOTEL RICHMOND if 1119 Ellis Sr. 1128 Broad Sr. I I DINING ROOM I I I I O O I ROSENTHAL'S A. ROY KROUSE I STAR BRAND SHOES JEWELER I SHOES F BOOTS I EXPERT XWATCH REPAIRING TENNIS MSDS BASKETBALL Locmd I AUGUSTA SPORTING GOODS CO. I FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 210-BTH STREET 1036 Broad St. Dial 2-4212 Phone Z-3444 Augusta, Ga. V L,:wFl.?., mHS ,S WD, I-qi, TT WVYTWVTTY HT Dresses - XY'rnps - Millincry - Accessories I StatiOI'lCfy CO. Lingerie - Cosmetics - jewelry I SOCIAL AND COMMERCIAL T116 Hollywood Dress Shoppe Q STATIONERY CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED I 718 BROAD STREET DIAL 2-2122 PHONE 2-7841 ix 814 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. I S S I E ' TS ifffiil I "YOUR FRIENDLY-' II I HARPER BROTHERS B. E. GOODRICH STORE I PICTURE FRAMES BROAD AT mm I PHONES 2-5454 - 2-ssoa ' ART MATERI D PI T U AL AN C URES AUGUSTA'S DEPT. STORE I . . A1 FOR YOUR 426 E'gh'h SI' DRI 26907 CAR-ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES I I I I SPORTS ji Qi L U i OPS I 4 an-X N409 S100 W e A IW--. mee PATRONIZE AUGUSTA ICE 84 COAL COMPANY I00"f9 HOME INDUSTRY Compliments of JOHN D. CURTIS Compliments I SiIver's Music Department W 906 Broad sf.-ee: Augusta, Georgia l LATEST RECORDINGS BY TOP ARTISTS N Sheet Music - Accessories 'w DEPOSITS INSURED UP TO 55.000 INTEREST COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY L REALTY SAVINGS BANK fAugustc:'s Only Bank Exclusively for Savings Depositorsj Member F.D.l.C. 827 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. N l BICYCLES - MOTORBIKES I MOTORCYCLES R. L. SUMERAU 81 SON 1248 Broad Street Dial 2-5301 L I I I COMPLIMENTS OF I S K Y V I E W I DRIVE-IN THEATRE II "The Soufl1's Finesf Oufcloor Cinema" I ouvs ROAD II-Ieard Ave. Enensiony DIAL 6-I932 I II DRINK I CANADA DRY I BEVERAGES T E BR THERS BOARDMAN MOTORS INC. BEN L Y O I ' FURNITURE STUDEBAKER I Complefe Home Furnishings I r ri n rvi I 7I'h and Reynolds Phone 4-5533 The Sic e of F e dly Se Ce I Broad aI I I+h S'IreeI' Phone 2-5309 I' ,A ff--4 ll V-,M1iYT7lV 1gjM7W,,,?,, I A I -I We ETWE Augusta Mill SuppIy Co. Augusta Iron 8: Steel Works, Inc. I INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES I Foundry - Machine Shop - Structural Shop I Lo b d B 'Idin II BELTING - PIPE - STEEL - TOOLS - VALVES I Z- 636 EIFEIPENTI: STREET II I I I Augusfa, Georgia I 630 EIeven'I'h S'I'. I I FABRICATORS an fa u r 'f I Phones 2-4657 - 2-4658 Augusfa, Ga. I I i:ugITs+adPII1Zr Sawmill CASTINGS "SINCE 1889" AUGUSTA LUMBER COMPANY BUILDING MATERIAL LUMBER - MILLWORK DIAL 2- 181 3 AUGUSTA, GEORGIA I I Q , M SALES AND SERVICE p HENRY DARLING, INC. L PARTS SERVICE jgT' ik CHARDS, p IZXETLI V' I I ,K ' FURNITURE CO. p W 5 S64 GREENE ST. I FINE FURNITURE Interior Decorating - Carpet - Draperies League, Duvall 81 Powell, Inc, REALTORS WILLIAM J. KELLY, President F.H.A. LOANS REAL ESTATE GENERAL INSURANCE Herald Building Augusta, Georgia Brighamis Super Markets 2108 Broad St. 1752 Broad St. 846 Liberty St. Compliments of f Klf LIJNIIIEII. conlrnnlt wnotzsuz - nzunr - souwuw vm: - nuowooua - I SMOAK'S BAKERY HOMEMADE BREAD, CAKES AND PIES DIAL 5-5951 .... 2108 CENTRAL AVE. DIAL 5-2591 .... 190' XVALTON XVAY ,' DIAL 2-1925 . . . . . 310 EIGHTH ST. COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES OF Board of Commissioners of Roads and Revenues RICHMOND COUNTY JAMES P. WALKER. Chairman Paul L. Bowers Scott Nixon David F. Franklin Frank H. Pierce County Attorney L. B. Furtick Chas. S. Bohler. Jr.. Clerk 8: Purchasing Agent A L, fd' FUEL o1L I LUBRICATING OILS COLLEGE PHARMACY LLL'i'1?fTA.1i!?fsS5P'i?SES L-CHEMICALS DRL GS - PRESCRIPTIONS PHOENIX OIL CO- Telephone 3-3637 1801 Walton Way Y 625 - 5th Street Phone 2-5321 tw ii WM. SCHWEIGERT CO. N COMPLIMENTS OF w R U B E N ' S I' GIFTS - NOVELTIES - CHINA i GLAsswARE AuuSta'S Only M 846 Broad Street Home-Owned Department Store POTEET FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE MACUCH STEEL PRODUCTS CO. Fabricators of Ornamental, Miscellaneous, and Structural Steel Telephone 2-0305 l53O Augusta Ave. Augusta, Ga. Compliments of CENTRAL STORAGE GARAGE 736 Ellis Street GEORGIA HATTERS 8. CLEANERS SHIRT LAUNDRY B. A. GAVALAS, Proprietor Dial 2-4094 316 EIgI1'I'Il Sf. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT CO. Motors - Generators - Transformers Wholesale Electrical Supplies 624 Ellis Street Phone 2-6686 AUGUSTA RADIO CO. RADIOS - HOME APPLIANCES PHONOGRAPH RECORDS "Augusta's Largest Record Department" 855 BROAD STREET DIAL 2-22I8 BLANCHE COTTON MILLS, INC. Auousm, GEORGIA COMPLIMENTS OF DIXIE VIM SERVICE STATION 13th and Fenwick Streets "Standard" CLASS RINGS For RICHMOND ACADEMY QAny Graduating Yearj Wfrite: H. S. CANFIELD 1560 N. Decatur Road, Atlanta. 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