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

 - Class of 1953

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Rf-friuvlrutiulm :Ind Air Kwmfiiiiwnxinu JAMES II, IIUIAIICS. XI.eAmr. IIIIIIIIIFX. As!! I',AI,S,T. JOHN THUNIAS HAINS. IZ,S.,NIz4II1e1n:Ativs IGI-IUIHLE 'I'l'IlXI-III IIUWAIIII. I!,S..L,L.I!.. Spanish LEAH DOROTHY HALHERT, Ii,NIusi1', Choral Musiv THOMAS .I. lII'I"l-'MAN I2 A.. AIA., I-Iislury MARY EVANS IIALL. II.S..IIlI5II1G'SS Iitlllm-znlirmll XIAIIIE III'I.IiI'IIIT. IIS.. NI.,X,.I1iuIm:y 9 6 9 I lv- Left to right, top row: BARBARA C. INMAN, ILS.. Physical Education FRANK EDXVIN INMAN. ILS..M.Ed..Che1nistry. Athletics FRANK E. LAMPERT. B.S., M.S., Chemistry. Biology GARNET T. LANGFORD. HS., Mathematics J. CURTIS LUCKEY, BS.. Mathematics XVII.-LIAM LEROY MADEN, B..-X., M.A., French. Algebra MARY .IAQUELIN MARSHALL. B.A.. M.A., English ,H st J Km: .si-sh I 4- 'sch ' if-'I-5 'Q 0 I? - .5 SL' V if ,T ijfcf v 9 Q Eg , .1 1-5 tx-f x . I I ' Left to right. bottom row: FRED C. MARTIN, A.B..M.A.,Eng'lisl1. Spanish HARRY CHAPMAN MILLIGAN. ILS.. AIHIIIQIIIHIICS. Athletics CHARLES HAROLD MITCHELL. EA.. M.A..Enf1lish AMANDA H. AIOSELEY. B.S., Ilomemaliing Education JOSEPH RUFUS IIIOSELEY. ILS.. M.S.. Mathematics RUTH GREGORY MCAULIFFE. B.A., M.A.. Latin, History JESSE L. McDANIELS, A.B., M.A., Business Education ty, 'ta' K ' ,VG 'fs' A ' X fn ' 47, G'-N w " 'Y Av? 6 X. .J 1- , - nv'-' 'ft ' A sill' 'I '1 it- .X A ,X 'rl F. q K "- V: 'Wifi ,. f' -Q ,T A J "' ' 4-.ar -I 9 'M fl A f - ' 'rl I 5 '91 If "'-' I-uf vc., It 9 - ,ft -rs' . . 5.7 :XX I . ii' Left to right. top row: MILBRA MCGAI-IEE. I Year College Certificate, History DAVID IV. MULLINS. Sergeant First Class, Detrichnient First Sgt. JOSEPH JEFFERSON NIKON. B.A.. lII.A., Economics, History SARA WINNIE OVERSTREET. B.S..M,A..Frent-h AUBURN GABELLE OWENS, B.A.. English MARY ELLEN RAI1FORD,B.A.. M.A., Guidance REX S. RAPIER, S.F.C. Det., Administration Sgt. 5-vv Left tn rirfllt. top row: VIRGINIA I"lICI.Il SMITII. II.4A..AI,.A.,GIlllI1IIlt'P I'AIlLINI'I S'I'IfIVl'INS, R.N.. Nurse GRACE STRAVSS. ILA., MA.. Ilisinry CHESTER Mm-KINLIGY SI"I'TON. ILA.. MA.. English JOSEPH LQCONTIC 'I'ALI,IfIY, ILS.. MS.. Physics XVILLIAIXI N. TANNICR. Machine Shop RUIIY CLOICR TURNER, ILA.. Education Not pictured: LYNN ODGEN. IIS., lX'I.S., Dirt-1-tor of Yorational Sc TI-IELMA RROWNETTE. ll.F.A,, M.l'.A., Art Y., ' ggi' Left to right. bottom row: HENRY OSGOOD READ, PILLS.. M,A.. English LOUIS EDIYARD REESE, lI,S.C.. English LAXYRENCE ROLLINS RICHARDSON. I2.A.,M.A.. History, Government JOE MAYS ROBERTSON. ILS.. MA., Mathematics DOUGLAS B, ROBINSON. A. II.. M.A,. Prof. Business Education. Llnokkecpi-r JAMES K. RODIIERS. Machine Shop and XYelding GEORGE MILTON SCOTT. IJ.A.. ll.Litt.. M.A.. English I IXfY'X , 3' at Q f he f.. 1 Q W 44. L. 'filth' ' 'L i ..,f to 'T ' N 'I I . - II . Lu-fl lo riuht. IIUIIUIII rmr: AlII.llIII":Il run KAMP. All.. Ilusinvss IEIIIIFLIIIOII SIIIGLIIY LEE WAI.LAt'I-I. l1.A..M.S., llninan Ilinlouy. Zoolouy MARGARET VIIPI-ITTO WIIITIC. lI,S.,lIunwn1:ukil1: Education .XRTIIVR LEONARI1 XYII.I.I.-XAIS, ILA.. I-It-unnlnirs. History. Athletics GROVER BENTON WILLIAMS. IZA.. AIAA.,AIJIIIIPIIIIIIIVS .II-IAN XVILLIAMS. ILS., Iiusinvss Iimlm-:ation I'I-IRFY XYISE. IIA . MA.. Iinflish MINNIE MLGEE. RS.. Business limlnt-ation 'hool .IOSIZPII PRIFIC. Sliver Mvtal I'II,IZAIlE'I'II XYUl.I"l'I, ILS.. Sm-1'l'n-lai'y ul' Vm-aliollal Sclmol Y 1 names, Iunior College of Augusta 3 'H' cLAss oFFncERs 'ya , 5 , In-V-fill.-nu ILXYIIJ Voss U4 x'a....r-lwsill.-fu .arxrz Mvnlc-K Z' ' s1.','1'l-.-ns, x1.ml.xN num, J, I l f'llANlll,ER .XRNIIT nh.. rm 1. 'lifml hum-.r ia nm- .J vh.- I..-.1 ru 1-f flrw- mm --:ln Nur nn -H--1.-v lllf'H.Xllll F. H.KlllilC'l"l' "X Nhy -milf." NlfLl4lC ll. l3l'Sll Z.-ln Rh., Siunm 5, l'hrl-mm W1-rlwr' IN-uurul 3. "A -unlnvhI1,-- .ln . 1v.-'.-- - V1 .IOHN VAIKSON HT.. .:.. mmm Um' H... -,-,A 1. ,. .., ' '- ul-II." GLENN ANN C.Xlil.TUN Fulun- Nunn-s Club 3 "I'ruvh i -lrnnuvr than full n 11 ILVXNIEI, J. FASHIY l I lm.1..m 1, .., L 1. 'nniiv l4',.L,.-u..l 1 sz...x.'m 1 ll. nl "IA-1 mv bl- han-pg :D lung ll- l li-W. 1.1.11 liw m lung 145 l'm huvm " ll.'xRll,YN fl. C'l'lANllllfliS Z1-lu lihfv Sivrnzl T.: ilu-ki-ug.,-r 1. F. ll A. S: I'hL-fr If,-:uh-r 1, G, "l'ra:Uy mm- :lml --urly hmr. .Im-, H lu.,-4 Q.. much ,..R..' FRANK XYILLIABI Cl-lEESBOR0l'GH, .I , "Ln knmvk-flyu 'fm .. mmf mnr-z" vff W'-Q 2 , f A5 ' if I 1, " N . f l ,l 'A XYILLIA M KIARY ANNE COSEY Zeta Rho Sillmn l, fi: l'hrixli:xli l.YUrl:- em' Council ll, 5: Tn-lll.,- Vluf Flull l, 1, Richmond Chnrulicrs l, 5. "ln virtues nn-thin: earthly' cl-ulml bur- pnzws her." RUTH ANN DOZIEH Zeta Rho Siilmzi 3: Cliriftizm Xlhrlmr- Council -1, 5: Fulurv Nurwnx Clull 5. "See guml in cxn:rylumI5', :xml nuurl cu-ryllocly will suv uw-ul in yum." XVARREN li.-Xll-ill l'll'll,XNKH Hhu Chi -1: l"nmLln:ill, "A" Varsity Mull.:- Ui-r 5: li'isulu:xll Mzuizlvn-r l. 5, "Never ilu tmluy xxhzll vnu l-0 put wif 'lil lumurruwf' 1lAlmlGAllE'l' ANN I-'Il'Il,IlS Fhristinn WVurllcrU lf--um'il 'l'r.-l.lv- Flvf Clulv -I. "A nu-rry liyzhl ull,-'iinx frnm lu-r 1-yu-." LAURA fill "Shc's lilllc rur fur hor EGOHY lull sho? ui u, -.huk :i tw- film" A. Gl'llAlSl,l'IY Hunnrs tl. "Determination mul !':iill1 in Gml will win fur any man." fv Q 0' l - l ff ' f 1. ff . W!f'!llfl'!'J C ci- 'Q' , .v -I , J 3 , I, AX 11 0 14 L 'Cl f.,- ' ,Z I BETTY ILRIKISTEAD nur, .l, J. 'llv um-ll :md yuu will he zlilniirwlf' ,rv '54 -PV vi l'flNNllC ANNE l'lAYllll7 ' Z--tu lilm Siunm X, 5: Vrw, 5: lluinl-1 'tj .-I1 3. Uhr.-il1.u xi'..rm-rl' lmm.-ii 1, s ,, ll.-31 uw.-ln h1.m.g." Ng' i .THAN llll,l. I Z:-lu liliu- Sxumn I, 51 Tr--Ji.. l. Raini- l. ' 'Mm llmr Vim- the Nun! up..n lu- 'I N X mlm! l-'l-r -hull nw.-.-x shy vI:m.-.v.," 1 W if f A m lxXIIIlI.lNl IUVIIN4. 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XX'iI.l.T.XXl HILXUY LICNYIQ rv 'rm . 1..M1. 1 umm 11,,...f. 1 X sf, ,fm X,-ff.. , :M X-....f.,m'1!m' f 0 UXIl'II'l'I'ITlf Xl.XIlS1'HXI.K ,, , V. ,f.., ffm, :.r.1m lm- "' "0 1, rmwxl-3 NIHILIIIS i , Ni' IZ4' ' nr-rrl.--1:-f . -f- '--5 Q 37 1, ,VA .M uf. x XX'Xl,4l'lfiI I.lCl'IXl1lll!.lS 1 ' xx, f. f W- r ..-,-1 1.w,m.,w4l f-fr D , . T-V Y "W i.ill-ll.Z 'N .XXX H ' II NI VYIIIVK 4'l.lI-'l-'rrlll' xI.l.l2N 1 IIXX1I-.5 x3X1rXXl.!. 1 1 r 4 ' D.. nNliX!. 1 'Ui L QIX1 l'XI'KI"l' Z' .A . .x VI' 'xl'lH'K v ag. Nw U H ,451 1 4 No K ' 'M QU ZQACIIICWHJ FRANK REEDER "The highest pm:-f of virtue is to Dos- sess buunrllt-ss pu-.wr without abusing it." LEILA RHENEY Phil Theta Kalman 5. "To study hard, think quietly, talk :ent- ly, act friendly." EDN.-X SMITH "Happiness is nm to be f-3-unrl in rnsl. but in strivim: and achievinuf' KATHLEEN SMITH Zeto Rhn Sicma 5: Basketball 4. "A smile is the whisper ot' a laugh." DAVID V. YOSS Phi Theta Kappa 5: Rainbmv 4: Sound Off, Editor 5: Class President 5: Hilfh Honor -1. 5: Valc-dictorian 5. "What matter if I no mad. I shall have had my day." LOUISE YVARDLAYV Zew Rho Sigma 4. 5: Class President 4. "Like a sudden burst of sunshine," E I J -I 3 ,,, -sa I 1 Q2 5 "K W. ,J ,. T,- Q ', - 3, P' '1 I ' , 1 I BILLY WATKINS Psi Phalanx 3. "Thvre lies :i great :It-al -if duxillry lm- nsath his mild exterior." LYRIAN XYILLIANIS Phi Deira Alr-ha S. "Tis the min-l that nizikus thu ls.--I-. rich." VICTOR L, YVILLIAMS "Dunt put :I thinir nfffput it mvr MARY H .-XRRISS XVI IITAK ICR auto Ilhu Siiinin 1. 3: Christixin XYnrLvr1' Lmxncil 1. nz Trvlili- lla-l' tluli il, .i Rivhlnnnml f'hnr:ilu'r:- I: I". Il. A. I, 5 Rninhmv 33 Stmlunt Y 5, "Shu wnlk- in ht-xmty, likc thu night ul' cluudlcss clinw- :mil -iairrv skits." 1Ilf'Il.-HEL XYIIITTLFI "l.ziuL!h :mil he nwrryf' .A 5' '1 lunior College of Augusta 5 YE? o if JZQJAIIIQN CLASS OFFICERS Il! lll1'lI.',lZIP 'l'IXHIl.hXI,XA. X10--I'x'.-xxnlwl VI xl'11lf H U I ll pf-. I wh 1 'l1 ff ,Q . I , 'A "2-gf - 9 - ' A ' - I . Q K , ' ' :ff Y L' i ' 1 uf z f ""' H! D 1 " " 'WBAR 4 vm, Q 7 cw 53 ,W 'V ' jf ll'-Il'I1 lluvrl lx--nn--th tum-ll William I-Enroll ln-rk.u'1I Iidmnnrls Nurs: "lV'lIll5l4'l' Ulf-ll Hull Vlzxlulv llzlrpw-r Tummy HG-lnrivk 0 rg f . E, . FIYLIICPS I-I9tt Ruben Ilorm- - ,Q- Y - ITJ UNC!! Q,f1T5s- 1 fi QW ' I .11 1 K W Blum-he Hllfrlwes 4- ' x Bruce .IOI'd2lll Gaye King Rufus Maloney i i f .- X N f .f KJ I NNN- YP- ll en- , Roller! 3lt'D2llliPl sv' Eleanor RIVKGIIII 4 1 I 5,1 Guy IXIcPherson . 4 x . fm 1 fpfi' I " H16 Shirley Reese H ' , Q X Ilunwr livylmlcls 5 I -vw , A .hm Reynullls .lvznllettv Huy A Q. Q I V' Hl'5'l-4-- Sullvy . ., g, H me M ll sv If 'Q x ' Q K qigusi 'Ny . ,I A I . X g Z KA, 1 J UNK!! f rw -vx 'X' sa 3 1. 5 . 1 Q" N Li l.11lw1':I Tm 11 In l.m'lv.'x':n 'IRM I I- .Qu XX1lk1nfmx lam. XX vw-n I l.11f-mv XX 'l'i"ll! l"!'1 N wh--1' Xvvll .Xmm .l.mv I.41xxl.X uf-.nl Il 1 SI1--will 4, 1 vnv!1Xl.ls1ll 5 X49 J, 5g5?5Jit"5w .ill '53'?9ES?w f.-'sf--5' 515: 15:54 H'.-W6 !'f'!ii5i51 L -,J 1 5 ' X t x PATSY ANN ADAMS Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, 3: Girls Avtivili 1 Medal, 3: Sounrl Off. 3: Musketecr, 2. Exe-hamzc Editor, 2: Rainlmw, 2, 3: Puhlisher, 3: Bela Club. 2: Trulvlu Clnf Clulv, 2: Hiuh Honors, 2- Trchle CIL-1' Honor, 2: Trans. from Thu American Grammar und Hisrh Aires, Aruunlinn. School, Buenos "Nunn nnmc-rl thee but lo prnisv then." MARGARET ANN ADAMS Christian Workers' Cnum-il. 2. "A soul ol' kindn:-ss, lwlievinu mmrl .lf every unc." XVILHELNIINA ADAMS Alphu Tri-Hi-Y, l, 2, fl: Muakotcvr, " Rninhmv, 2: Chriatinn Wurkuru' Council, 2. 35 lic-La Club, 2. Zi: High Hnnun, 'Eg Class: Officer. ll Studunt l'n!rnl, I J Tub- mnn Times, I: Wil Survurlntivc-, I: In- trnmurnl snflhnll :mul vullvylmll, l. "As merry ns the day is lung." CHARLES AENCHBACHER Da Mnlnyi Hein Cluh. 'li Snhn- Clulv, 2' "Wis:lum ia hefurc him lhul hm unflur- slnnrlimrf' NANCY ALMON "Sho is Iil'o n hum: of wunshinc- un i rnim' slay." JOHN APPLEXYIIITE "Ii" Cnmpnny. Exuc. Officer. fl. "Always having fun." CHARLES D. ANDERSON Riuhmnnrl Hi-Y, l, 2 l: Christinn lVnrl-mrs Vnrailb' Football. 2: Snhru Club, 3. "lla is :und nnturod Studi-nl l'num'il. Cuunril, Il: fa Buscbnll. 1. .3 c-ver nn-I hu-x n vuml word for nil." PRESTON ANDERSON linmlz Snbrc Club, 2. 3. "A rcnlly pznufl mil in uvvrx u'n avi, Q -T Q -1? P .- f I 'r W rv N' 1 Y' v 1- ', 'Q 4.- f' N - .1 K J ' E A N r -f Y-'v - 4- 1 1 -.- 09 ,x " Ox Q-r fx. I , 7 5 .1 . K6 -,xlllblil GENE .XNIWREXVS 11.11. 1'11.1., 1 1 1 x I . ' '.: H1-nor., MSKT H1.111.r-, 'I'r1111f, 1'r1.m Orr111K1,1h1111: Hluh S1-111.1-1, l1r:muuI.11rx. S. C. "..X- hu lhinkuth in hi- h1111r1, W 1- hu. 'fx gy KENT ANDHEXYS 5111.11-111 13.111111-11. 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I11 0111-.1-.. r11'h1" JICHIIY I1lN21bSl..XWSKY 11.1 111-1.1., 1, :, 1, 111.1...1..-1, 1, 111.11 1....-., 1, 1 -11.1.1 1.11.1 .1...11.1..- " KENNY-I'l'H lH1lll1l'IIl 111.-11........1 111.1 1. 1'....11.1.11, 1, 3. '1 1'..1. 1- 1-1-21.1.1.1 1.1 1111- 1.1-1 1.1 ..." WlI.l.I.XNI I1Ul.Ll'1Il K "' 1:1.-1......11.1 111-13 3, 11, 11.-1.1 1'11.1., 1.11, 1:..,1, .1, 111.111 11........ 1, : - "T1...1. .111 1. 11-11.... 1.1 111.11 1-.....-1.15 W MANY ETH!-II. IZONZU , I T.-1-1.11, 111.-r 1'1..1., 2. 1'11.....1 1'1..1., 1 4 J 'A 1111-rrp -n1il1- 1h:.1 -h--1-.- 1. 1.11 1.1 h-r "1 , ...1.1.. .11....,..1.....y' YIINQINLX UUNYI-I K Th.-... 'rr..H.-Y. 1, 2, :1, Tr.-1..,, :1. H...1.. 1 11.11, 11, 1...11n r'11.1., 2, 51.1-.Trf1.... :. -' R11-11n.1.1.11 1'h1.r11I11-1--, 11, H1-11. 1'11.l., 34 21, L 1111.111 H1.....r, 2, 11111. A1-1111110 511.1112 1 11. N....-1.1.1111 11 s1..11C..1 P..1.1.1, 1. N 5.1.1. 1-11", 1, g.1,1.11 11... .11-.1111 -h1- ...Hly 11.11. full- 111-- ..:.-1.1-.. 1.1.1 1. ........f11." 43 -an ..'w. 7 -63 il. Y uf- ' r IE. fi " 1 ni' i' ,Ax 'N-1 v. . -A A 4. 5 ,Swv Q. "' 'K' pv-, up. -sr if 77-7 ' 1Q'f'. - . J. - 618101411 CHARLES BOWEN Richmnnnl Hi-Y. 2, :ag V. In-Qs., 3: D. R, Club, :s: V. Vrw., :sq 5.-un-1 Off. 31 Golf, 3: Sabrc Clul., cs, "Women, w-rnwn. haw I :alum thee." HARRY BR.-XZELL Trans. frum Spartalulmrg High Sclfm-li, Snrirtanhuru. S. C. "The must sunhilylp- :mul fit man." FH,-XNCES HROGDEX I.-mar 2. "Shu's as 1-nnstalil as tho stars that nevur vary." AMY BROXVN "Always a frinnnlly ww-rul. HARVEY BROXYN F.,.,fum11. A-A" x'..r.ny. 1, 2, 3. sm..-Q Club, 3. -AA mm .,xTHI.i43'r1-:UMW faith in ham hu'll nur +il-,lr.,,-y- .I'l'DlTH BROXYN Y-Teen, 1: hl'iiflwlwfi', Ii: Slranish Clulv. I: Glen Clul., l, "The lwsl thinuf some in liitlu nucli- anus." BARBARA l3liUGflERIANN "Full ul' likuzxlrlv siniplivily and rluiel- nussf' JANE BUCK "Life is short-nialiv tho must of . ETHEL BUFFINGTON Y-Teen. l. ZZ, 35: Riuhmnnrl Chornlierx 3: Trelnlc Cluf Clnlu, IK. "Swuu!nws and uumlncn Iulunm in hor person." EDXY.-XRD llL'RKl'I.XL'l'ER Acurlpmy Hi-Y, LI. 3, Fnutlmll "A" Var- sity, ZZ, 3: Track. 2, Zi: Hun'-r, 1, LZ' Salurc Clulm, 3: GUI-l 3. "A gmml spur-L alwaysiall ways." it " KATHRYN BURNS Fhrislinn Xlaurlxcrc' Council, 31 it H. A. "Quiet :mil c:1rufrQc." MIRI.-XXI CALE Bern Clul., 2, 3: Hiuh l'lun4.u', 2: Claw Cmmcil. 1, "Sho is uuml-naturufl cxur. and has :1 uuud wrvrrl fur all." MARGENE CANAIJINE "Quiet, lun l'rI4-wily anzl sucialvluf' SIHYL CARN Dmrii.-aiw imlu.-..1i...l Clin, :L "Fri-Anrlsliil' 14. all---y..n.-." SUZZ.-XNN IC CA llSXVlfll.l, Allvha Tri-Hi-Y. 12. Il: Chrixlian NY-vrlv era' C1vllm'iI, Z. llivhmnnul Ch:-r:lliu!'N. lf. ff. "Small lruvuliv uf in-pf' ANN CASON Hiyh Ii..,...r. 2. rn... 1'..am-il, 1. 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I 1-111-1111.11.11 1. 1111- 11.1111 1.1 1111-1 11.11.1111 111.11 "' " '1 '- f 1 '11.- 1.111 1111- 1111 11. 1.11.1111 111. 11... 1 ' ' - h' Y" " 'I' ""'i W 'N-'HN 1-- 1ri.-1l. 1-1 .1 1 ,1 ,111 A N111 1.-1 111.1 1.111 11, 11.1 111. .1111 1.-1.1. - "1'1"' ' 11. -.1 11 1 11-1-11-.11-1. 1.1 1 -1 51 'I1 - . Q 'fr' " I , rw- -so C-av, ,, - f-., N 11741 L s 10--Q -R' ,-, .V 1:-3 -ws, U 7 G.. Q93 Eff' 4-5 F5 Y Hi , ve ,- rg i T-P f f , 67210121 l -Q- I x 'f .Lay ni. , 1' s .-fi s- f ,Wi-, ' ,. 'Q ' , -' ,.- at -. 5 113 , Y , . '91 fx K gy! -ei A, L. n --.1 v . -1-' . K 'A 'gl ...A it - -1 A i 'V '--F-gy ' 5.7 V., . 4 ,gr 5 X , , 4 y I if , 5 fig.. x 1 F, :J V X . 1 . I ' . 'A Y' A . ' .V -ffl aw. 1 t V f 2,2 Q Q TN X3 J Q t 4 H E .' l 2 l ' , f X , 7 ,-- ,., A 1 X, if MARY DAVIS KITTIE DESSAUER Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. 1, 2, 3: Y-Teen, 1: Alpha Tri-HiAY, 2, 3: Rainbow. 8. Rainbow, 3: Christian Workers' Council. "Never idle. never still, always smilinil. 2. 3: Richmond Churaliers, 3. always will," "Full of lauizhtcr, joy and charm." PATRICIA DICKENS NIOSE DAVIS Trans. from North Augusta High School. Distrihutive Education Club. N. A., S. C.: Library Club. 1: Junicr , , , , , , "A littlc nonsense now and then is re- Home-makers, 1: Honors, 2. J THOM.-Xb DLNC.-XB VVAYINE DYE leased by the wisest men." "It matters not so much where Koi Baseball, 3. Richmond Hi-Y, 1: Football, "A" Var- BETTY DAY stanfl. als the direction in which you art UA happy life is a good life," sity, 2, 3: Sabre Club. 2: s Rainbow Girl. 2. 3: Sponsor Headquar- moving' , , XYILLIAM DUNN axfixogiilemis Oggnlezizliibt the Hone' ters Comnany. 2- PEGGY D011 LING "A kniuht there was. and that a worth.: ' "A heart with room for every joy." BETTY DEMPSEY Alpha Tri-1-Ii-Y. 1. 2. 3:Pres. 3, Y-Teen. 1: M'uskcteer, 2, 3: Rainbow, 2,3:Chris- tian Workers' Council. 2, 3: Sec.. 3: Treble Clef Club, 3: Bichmund Choru- liers 2. 3: V. Pres., 3: Rainbow Girls, 2, 3: 3rd Place in Ga. Press Represen- tative Contest. 3: Class Officer, 1: Chorus. 1: Tubman Times. 1: Talent Y-Teen, 1, 12, 3: Rainbow, 3: Beta Club, 2. 3. "The best are not only the harmiest, but the happiest are usually the best." RAY DOXYNEY D. Pl, Club, 3: Trans. from Central Hirrh School. Chattanoorla. Tenn. "Tn be. rather than to seem: to fl-W. rather than to dream." PATRICIA DUFFIE man." GAIL DuPUlS Alnhn Tri-hi-Y, 2. 3: Y-Teen, 1: Future Nurses Club. 3: Soc., 3: Honors, 2. 'tlieauty is an exquisite flower, and its perfume is virtue." DOROTHY DYCHES "Love be true to her: Life be dear to her." LAMONT EDMONDSON "Every man will be thy friend." SYLVIA EDYVARDS Y-Teen. 1. 2, 3: Christian Workers' Council, 3: Rainbow Girls, 1. 2. 3: Hon- ors, 2. "A voice with a smile." HERMAN EITNER Cadet Hi-Y, 2, 3: Color Guard. 3: Rifle Club, 2. ., 1 ,. 4 NN D ' Team- 2- 33 , N "Her smile, her sncech. hcr winning A bmart lagble' -XY TE Ch W. k Q. EV9"3"l-'Udys frlcnd' wav A- een, ,, . . ristian or ers Court- FA-YF ELLIOT Wiles alll trouble-'s moncl away." QL- 3 1. glib' 3-ii Bahia Club' 2' --Th? hm th.t h.th . 1 ., 1- - Q ainlwu Girls, l, .., 3, Honors, -. 4. fi J a .in mace Mu air. PEARL DENNIS Chnml Club, 1: Class Treas.. 1: Neus- hath 1113110 YOU 120041. "lt t 'hit ' th' k .w xl t 'hft narwr. 1. you ni, Yhul nr sig. in ii i "Short but dangerous." Y e ' 'vs ' --., - ni YV' i' A .,,. Ky ,- , ' T " ' Rs 'Q ' d 5 , ' ' 4. UFO L" ., .L . rf- , 1,1 ' f fr Y. vlfllwj . lv". L. 'PT .fs -. I X' 7 --.J x""5 Y' 'J 6 111, f CN 64 Q 1 ,' E1 5,- ,...-- 4 Lqlzfkilu BERT ENG flu M--Iuy. 1: CYCA Cl11l1, 1, "Hu hath 11 P11-ur! 114 w111111l as 11 l1cli." 11.-XRHAHA IEPPS 4'F11lI uf fun :111-l 11 -milu f11r HH." .TIYLIAN EPSTEIN "Ho ix .1-vlly, wiuy, 111111 1111.-1 11l.1,111l1Iv JOE ERGLIC A 111.111.1111 1'.-11.111, JANE FZFIZANKS 111111. T11-111-Y, :, 11 111111111111 111111. 11111111-11, :1, 11.111..f1, 3 "l'h:1YFl1!!'1LY. l'K'n'lU'. 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S11 11' H' 1, N--1.1-11111111-I 1 If 1111- 111- .11111I..1-,. 11: '1..1 111.1 11.- --.111 11111.1 1..- 1-1111111 YIIUSIXIA l"7ClllllS 4. - -- 11111111 '1'11.11.-Y 3, 1. 1:,.11..111 li-1.1 111111, 1. 1 1111-11. 111111111 Q,1.1r x.111.111., 11.111, 11 1:11.11 1u111,111.11. 1 1 11.1.1.1 51.1-1111111111 1 s-11.1. 1.111111-11, 1 1...111 '1' , 1, s1 .1 11 ' . ' S111-1-111' I'.11r1-1, 1 11.1 1 1111- .111 1..1 1.1 W l',XIll, I"l4'KlCN Q, 1 H11-1. 111-111.1-, 1 11.11111 g - '1'.- -11.-.1, 1.1. 11 -'11111 .1111 -1 1 ' .1.111" 5,17 sn' . l1.XllIl,Xll.X l"I'l'XllI'Ill.Xl.lP 'jx 311. L,111..r . 11-11-11- ff.-1' 121111, 1 I - X 1111- x..1V1 1,1111 1 11111- -'11-111 :1 ' 1-.-1.11.1111 111,-1.. s' 11.1.-1,111.11-, 111 Qi, 1.....1 1-1.11 111-11 1111.-1 11.111111 .11 .1-111.11" .ll'l1Y IVITZSIXIKIUNS 1I111....x1.1,.1,1-1111.,g 1 11 xf 1111+ 1.1.11 :1-..:-, 11..1111. ,.11.1 11.11. 11111 1.11 1111.1 .1.1.11- 1..r -...- - 9 IHCTTY l"l.,XKl-I 'B .' I2-.111 1'1111., 4, 1 L. 1 1.11111 1..-.1.- 11.1.1.1 1. 1 7 Q HUIZICIIT FIJCNIINU ' Tr.111. V11-111 1211. M111'.1r. 11111-1-1 'N1111111-5. 1111.1 1.- 11111111.11 1.111 -.1 1111.-1 1... 1.1-..111r.11," SAM FI,liNIlXfI I 111.-11111111111 11.-1, 1, . :1 s.. , 1 l'r1 3 1:1-111111.11 1. LI 1, 1' 1'1-. ,1 I'r1 3 T.-111111, 1. 4. 11, 51.1.11-1'11111, Q, '1, N l'r1-,:- 1111, 1, 1:1f1. 1.1.1111 1, 111.11 , f 1.1 H111111., 1 1111111 1111111111 4. 1111.11 X M1,.11.1: 1, 1.1111 111 1, 1:.111.1.1-.1 1'1-1.1 , 111111111.-1, 1, x1.111..1. 111-1111, 1 : x..111 1 .-.1 1'1..1.1, 1, 51111111111 1:1111 1'1.111., :, " l'r11- .11 111111111 1'1... "1111r1, .111 11111r1.211.1- 111. 11 1--11.1 ' JIMMY I-'llllll I-'..111...11 mx' X...-.1 , 11.1. 111 3, 11 '1'11.11-1.11, 111,11-11.1 1... 1111... XYILLIIC .VUE I-'llllll I ' "' ' 1-11111111.11, 'xx' x'f1rf11g., 1. 11" 1.111 '-- A '1 111..11.1.1. f.-211-1,1 1-,1111 1.11.11 1.11 11.1 I k .Xl , 1. IHICNI-I l"4'1Ill1II,-X31 'Lx 1.1.1.1 11.111 1111.11r..,. .111-r1111.,..11 SHIRLEY FIiEPI!.ANI1 y.T.1.-11. 1, fl 14111111.1111 11111. 1, -, l,:111r1 1'I:1l1, 2, 4,'hr1-211111 Wwrk-,r-' I'11111 ll 4 XY! 1 lul 1 "Yum hun :1 1.-.1111 l'1111h l1r11'h1 111111 11:11 ANNETTE FRHCHSON 'A I1k1,:1l1ln 1:1rI." 'x ., 13 'is eQ Q4 'i K G Q- r ' 5- VT" X on' 2 s I ,- Q ul gn- WIS .f 'iv 6 . 0 cs., S-v I' -x. .fx qv- 1- -cv fd I fn.. Q 2 5 F , DALY? fi ' I Q I . '. 61310121 JOAN GABBEHT Honors, ZZ. "She wears a smile that won't erase." DAVID GALE Academy Hi-Y, I, 2, 3: Dt- Mnlay, 1. 2 3: Ifxnntliall "A" Varsity, 2, 3: Honurs in MSKT, 1. "Much mirth and nu madness." .IULES GODIN De Malay. 1, 2, 3: Christian XVorker: Council, 3: Beta Cluh, 2. 3: M'S3zT Hon- ors. 1, 2: Hiizh Honors, 2: Highest Hon- nrS. I: Band Cluln. IZ D. A. R. Award. ZZ. bil: man. a his: heart." PATRICIA GOFF "A soft answer turncth away wrath. GLENICE GOODXVIN "A sweet girl with a wnnderful person- amy." MARTHA GOODXVIN Theta Tri-Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3: Cheerleader, 3. Student Cuunril, 12 Student Patrul, 11 Caht.. 1: Silver "T", 1. "She tied a ynunrz man's heart within! FRASER GORE Cadet Hi-Y, fi. "Although ynu suck with all your miuhv, his equal wuulrl he hard tu find." PATRICIA GORI-IAM Trans. from Frankfurt Post Hinh. Frankfurt.. Germany: Student Council, 2: Tennis, 1: Cheerleader. 2: Band, 1: Glee Club. 1: Teen Club. 1: Sec., 1. "An ideal xzirl whn c:m't be beat." SALLY GRANTH.-XM Ti-ehle Clef Club. 1. 2. "A sag: S.. v lx A 5? 'S "Sweeter alsn than honey in the honey- fn ' 5 JAMES GREGORY "A Hood snort with u reputation for making friends." ..,. '13 DUANE GRICE J - Academy Hi-Y, l, 2, 33 Fnntball Varsity. 2, 3: "li" Varsity, 2, 3: Baf- kctlvall "A" Varsity. LZ, 3: "B" Varsity, 2. 3: Baseball, 1, 2. 3: Sahre Club, 3: Best Drilled Cadet, 2: Pres. of Senior Class: Gulsl "R", 3: Hifzh Honors, 1. 2, "A manner so quiet, a brain so fine, u hotter man is hard tu find." XVILLIS GRUBBS "Happy go lucky." DAVID GUY "A man must fair and square." MARIAN GUY "Pearl uf gn-:H price." OLLIE I-IADDEN "NX'ith such a runirxulc. such a friend. I fain wi-nhl wnlk 'til jr-urncy's end." CONSTANCE HAGIN Y-Tt-cn, 2, fl: Christian XVnrkcrs' Coun- cil. 3. "Her face is full of lixzht. like a lantern in the nii:ht." XVILLIAII HALL Hillh Hnnnrs, 22 Hixthcsl Honors. I2 INISGT Honors, l. 2. 'Thy nwdt-sty is a rnndlv ti- thy merit." .IENVEL l'lABIBlONll "Full of xim und viunrf LOIS IIAMMOND Y-Tn-i-n, fi: Chriniali NY:vrl1vrs' Council. 2, Ili Trvlvlc l'lul' Clnlu, 21 Rirhnuvlul Churnliurs, fi. ' "Thu prt-vinus pun-1-lnin nf humnn clay." LYNNIC IIANFOCK Trnns. from Hr-phzilmh Hiuh Schull, Plvlvhzilunh. Gu.: l". ll, A.: I-ll Cluh. "TuinLlim: 4-yt-s, nlnrwim: fl,-et, smnll. Init nuizhly nuiln cnnwlvlvf' .,... .- ,iz Q X ' ' 1'5- - ' T Pe' ' - 5 4 . -R' "L Er We 40- '. I Q. , . .px ts Q W9 '."l-4 5 3' i' - .rg .1 - -, -- i,.-:.3gp.. ., L 1 P -Q .Y A -tx--- 11'-A -r w x.- '- ' v - ' fa.. " S' -N . -.IQ 4 I 1 - 'I'-Hifi: A .-rg.. 1 .. Iii 6: . -Ei I il ' e' -I KJ CI I . I flllll' Q '--Q A I A 5 1- Ca- w, "' 2:1 - 1 'f I J It 'Il Q 'I f 1 Q fl , I ANNE IIANKIXSON I-il, I: L: 'n C I. 2: .r Th--In Tri-Hi-Y. I, 2. :Ig Svxuh-nv 1'..un- nn lu? Uh! vu 1' un I I: Sunil-nl Vntr-ll. l: Sihvr "A hunrl with r.,..n1 I'--r mum frn-mix DENNIS I-IA RLO NY Cmlui Hi-Y. Z. II: IL- 51--Ing., LZ. II: Hun-l, ., ., ,ml . I .. -. -, .L 5. I rp tlul, -, J, II--nf-r-. I ' Hixrh H1-nur-. 2: Ii. U. T. 1' Xl rn II r "H.- hui ahmim: vm, that nur:-vx :Ili cj-ua." CIMXIIENCI-1 HAIIBION llmriburixl- P1-lu--mi.-n tml "An1I.1'i..n i- th-V lug-1 r--:I-I 1 JAMES H.-XIZMON Iivslu Club. 3. TG. "IliIix:1-nav wmmshx ,nn A. J. HAIIIIISON "Live -.. y.-u I-un If-wk :mx mn vy4'." 1 Qs Q? '3 ?f7 - fi ' 41' til-IIIIUIIA HASTINGS r:..r.m..,.,a rn.-r:.1,.-r., 'I Tr lizu-In li--vnu Hluh, Ihlwll Il Y-'IU-1115. lI.I.nI-Au lhrlw, F I.lI-rmrj, SLIH, S-'i-ncv l'lul-. Smn-v--n xr.- "I.ul nu Inu- :nn-I 1.-5 m-- Inu TII.Xll Il.X'I'T,-XXYAY Sul-rv vm!-. J, I, "5l:II,.v 1--flux nv-1-L. I'-it--r th li-U3 ., XI.XI'f IYICAN IIXXYKINS Vhrx-uzm Xhwrkl-r--' 1'.ImI4-11. V1--2' Vlul., J VUXNIIC IIAYICS U1-M. Tr:-Hu-Y. I, J L. xx..1-I.-f. r..,.n.4.l, zz, lx:.hI.w PLN mm.-r, 1. X.-n.,,.1.,..-f, 1 I-1.vf.41, x, lf.'r:.mym.: ram- 'ln 1.4,n..n1 um s..mN.u. 1, -'lmmur .. 1... .11.4.1..m ,-f I-.-, BIAIIIAX IIAYIIOUD UPN.. Tru-Hu-Y, I. I "lu-,.u-I ,1-,.- mth ku.1iu,. Ir:1-n.5.hu- ax I.--L. vn?.,m I "' "" .umx lux:-:l.1al1:s In "X 'null rx: , X ,, rrr.-1,1-.yn lm-ry s.-h..,.e 'rn..m,....,, ma .4 I'rf-IvI.- X , , H x .,.,.,.-.M fl-..,..c . 4. vnm- f f- :..,.I 'HI' I'lII'lII4IIllIx Ill'INll1X 1, , If I -mu, 1 ll-.-L..,vl.'.1 II xff N114 -W I " ,,, 3 1 If-I-r..fu1..I 01.4 vw f,4-.In ..r ...L I.- ux f' 0? fx i , I S U . XI rf f l'IIiNICS'I'INIC IIICKSUN Y-T--1-n, II: llninlmw Girls, H1 Chrirllintx N'-.rkvr-' I'nunriI. II. N.-mu.-.K ik u 1-r.-wnin: vrnve- 4' uv-nmnh..mI." .I. ll. lIlI,I, Mmk.-nwr, 54: II-nnnr-4: Trnu-, frmn An- d--r-on IL-5-.' llluh, Alulq-nun. S, l'. "HW: .-f lm-L 1.. 4. yu-.fl Mull--nt." IHONALID IIITPI lin-hnv-ml HI-Y, I, 2, 25: I'r4--.. II. Stu- J--vn 11-um-il, II, Y, Pr'-, Zig II:-In Vlul., l 3, JI. Y. l'r-V-, :c: Snhn- Club, 2, :LA lullf- 'l'--nm, J, ii: Fam.. II: Iliuhf-rl I Ilmmr., I1 Hmh ll:-umm, Ll: Huh! "L", II, NYSKT Mvrll Ilurw, I. 2. II. 'Sum---uw in ull hf- und.-rink.-., nlwuyn n uv.. ,, In-'II runk-q" .II'fIUlXII': IIUIIIIS " X mv-rv Jnllj-' fi-llms I-4 hnrsl lu final," W. ll. IHABII IIULLANII m..I.Av ll:-X, I. 2, 11: IM- M4-Iny. I. 2, "lik n fr:--ullly hi-nr! Ihnl hun ph-nly of Irn.n1I4," 1 -L, -, 117 ' -4' xo 10' Ni' Qt- Fw- ,S y 4 sl' t rf,-, vu- 159 C? iT: .tl-MARGIE HOLLEY Honors, 2. "Su uuiut she seems, su still :md wist 'tiil we sec thu twinkle in hcr eyes." R. A. HOLLIDAY lieta f'!uI-. Ii: Suhr-g Club. 3: Rifle Tr-nnm, 3: C. A. P.: Cunt. "Virtue is liulll, and unmlncss never fear- ful." JAKE HOXVARD Rivhmunrl Hi-Y, 1: Gulf, 1. 2: Snbrc Clulw, 2, 15. "A lmy nf the courts-tunnis. xzolf, and MARJORIE HOXVARD 'Shu uivcs ht-rsulf Ln rlvcrls -if worth." TERRY HUTCHESON "LiL:hL hunrls :uul Iixzht heels, merry tunes :intl :A :mul pipcrf' ZUMA INGLETT "Trv:isurr: trarlitions but :In nut lu! prevent progress." Q fx gs A .,'f ff' S 'WY MAXINE JACKSON "A merry heart hath JO ANN JARED Rit-hmnml Churzilicrs. Plunluity Hi-'h Suhr . , M Latin Club: Glue Club, 1: Library li G. A. A. "S:itisfm-tion comes thinizsf' NVARREN JAYNSE lit-tu Chili, 1. 2, 25' I-Iiuht-st H1-min, 1. "My tnnuuu is the writt-r." JOAN JEFFCOAT "An inllustrinus :irl them she." l, 2: Trans, fr.-In Jl, Plzlntcily, Flu.: Club, from wnrthwhlip N Hillh Honors. 23 pen uf n rumly 'I' '-r , 'Halt -fa .- wi, -. "-'WM-1 . . f fjf K I ff'-1 N f . rf' If K flNIil'.J L If E- ' 1 f 4, ,A 6 ffw- , FRED JENNINGS "May you have the best of luck." KAY JOHNSON "Always be truu tn thc- best that is in run," DEAN JONES Football "B" Vzirvlly. 22 Bnskcthnll. "A lwripzht pnfspect fur the future," JO ANNE JOYNER F. H, A.: Trans. from Lon H. Edwards Hiirh, Asheville. N. C. "lt is not what you :lu that counts st, much, but how you :lo it." BETTY JUMP Y-Teen. l, 22 Trclrlf: Clof Clulu. 1, 12g llit-hm-'nfl Chnrztlit-rs. 2. "Thu voice is the fluwur of In-nuty." JOAN JFSTICE D. E. Clulv, 32 llulzi Club, 12. 3. Ilzl' '. H. A "How Lirmtlness huiuhtuns buuutyln JOHNNY KENT Hunnrs, 1: MSST Hun-Irs, ' "He whit is uw,-tl is hauuu. IIARIAN KEY "A liizht heart lixt-s l-rui:.' EL.-XlNE lilLllIvFl7 The-tn Tri-Ili-Y. Il: Tr--Iulc C - ltf Club. 12 Y-TL-ens, l 3 Silit-r "T". liflnrs C1-urwil 1: Nowshztpt-r. l. "Vert, lixuly. :null winsnnief' MATTIE LOU KNIGHT "Nut in rtfwnr-ls, luut in th.- strt-nirfh z strivt-, tht- lvlt-s-un! luv. I' +4 Q A-sr 'i' - Q , K Ag Y "-J X 63 ' H A '-f' A J5 X I A Q Il 5, w . , l , K- .3 0 ,ie , , v7 X -.. 1 1 . f-, - -I 1,7!ll?l'.J RAY KNII'9I+I'I' 'Hnfh I.Iur II:II:.IrI III :I -IIr :Iwi :hun- f.IrI- rcuch ur.-:It huuuhbf' XYILI,I.-XXI KNVTSON ACI-Ivnu' HI-X, II, l'III-II-:Ill Yur- .III. II. 'II-XI IIIVHI 1-I' -I---rr :IIIII .I IIIII Im.- IIIIILV' lf'.XIlUI,IXI'I l..XIHII'SI'Il'Il "Mm-Inns :III muh :I frivwllx ur.uIinI' IIILLIIC I,.XIIlII Y--T..III, Ig VIII.-II...-. u..rI,.r-' I'..IIIn.. I, Tr.II:.- CI.-I I'IIII., I, 2, I-'III-Ir. NIII'-., I'IIIII, :I "'I'II.II.-'. 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III-Y J, II 'I:.-IIII.-I II I.IIIIII' IIIIII, III IIII -I Ir' f'II,XIiI.I-IS XI.Xl.I'.XSS -TI.. .II .I .I-I. I.. -III -I-I -I IIIIH, III'IrI I-IIIII I'II- II.IvI.I IIIIIIICIIT If, NI.XllIII.I'l RI. hnI..II.I 4'II..r:IIIIIr , I . SIIII-Im' MII MI- I'-I'-. I, NIIIIII ,'k'Ix:IrII "'III.- vII:IrI -,III-I -In I-III :IrI.I IIIIII, " MARY .IANH KIAHIIVT 'I'hII:I TrI'III-Y. I, Z. 'i, X I'r.-,. I.:IIIII VIIIII4 Ll, I'IIrI 'Inn N'IIrI.I'rf' IUIIII PII. li, IZI-'Inn--IIII Ph.-r:IIII-r' 'I. SHR " IZIHI VIIII-, U, TI. F--I3 LI, IIIvII H--III-I 3, 4"g,.. S..-r.I:Irj.. I, I.IrI- X--'If.III.- xI...IIII, I, III.. VIIII., I. N.I-,I.II:II-I-If ' ,I .IIII.I -.I..g., I. .III.-I-I-IIII ..I..I.-. .I I-.I -,IIIII as :I I'rI.IrIII Iunrfhuhnlv f'I1NSTANI'I'I IC. KI.-XRSII Ii'IIrtI.aI-,M I, Ii: I,nIIrI CGIIII-, I VNU 'IIN XX.-rkv.-I'-' FI-IInI'II. I. 3. Tn-II14 VII! I'.IIII 3, 'I IIIQIIIIIIIIIII I-IIIIff.II.,f-. 'I II.II., :III 3. 14, F T ,x, 1, :I, MII... II..I..I. 4 HIIIIIII xI..I.I1, 1. II, A. I1 ,x-.-...I-I, 4 IIII-II.I.I H..I...f. 2, CI-IIIIIII II-II., I, sII.. II:-III l':IIr.II. NI v.-wulvv r, I. hllnf r I I YIIII-III:-I1IriuII, I4 'U-Ir Ideal, nn- .Iur II.-II.-r -I I-.. -. 'Y I 9 , I ZLL as 'QF ,-g f 6 K I T'- I if ! 5 i -wx x 1- 2' Y, ft., J 1 i Q- , sg, 'EL' 'l. iv. Q r l v 'Us , Y7' :- ' .A xg 'L 277' Q . - .. '. 1- ffffflfcj JOSEPH H. MARSHALL 4-II Club: Trans. from Evans Hiizh School, Evans, Ga. "YVisfl0m shall rliu with you." NANELL MARSHALL Musketeer, 3: Treble Clef Club. 3: Rich- monrl Churaliers. 3: Trans, from Rock- ville Hiuh Schuul, Rockville, Ind. "ll's nice tu he natural when vou're naturally nice." NANCY LYNN AIARSHALL Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3: Rainbow, 3: Beta Club, 2, 3: Trans., 3: Hisrhest Honors, 2. Trans. from Nnrth Fulton Hirzh School, Atlanta, Ga.: G. A. A., 1: Dramatic Cluh, I. "Behind those eyes tht-re lies much mischief." IIOROTHY J. MARTIN Richmond Chornlie-rs, 3: Hiilh Honnrs, '.Z. "Busy here and there." ELLA C. AIARTIN F. H. A.. 3. 'l.jShe kouDS her natures tu herself." SHIRLEY GAIL IXIARTIN Trans, from Gaffney Hizh School. Gaff- ney. S. C, Her :xim is tt- leap to greater heights." MARY FLEMING MARTIN Thetn Tri-Hi-Y, 1. 2, 3: Richmond Choraliers, 2: Tubman Times. 1: Glue Club. "A merry heart maketh a cheerful cuuntv-nance." SHIRLEY ALICE MCBEATH Rainbow, 3. "ME-xy the wing of friendship nevc-r muult u feather," BARBARA MCBRIDE "Best of luck in all your nmhitinnsf' MARY ETTA MCCONNELL Trans. frum Lakeview High Schunl, Winter Garden, Fla, "Happiness leads tu success." BOBBII-I S. MCDONALD Y'Tevn. l, 2: Trelilc Clef Cluh. I. 2: Beta Club, 1. 2: Rainbow Girls, 1, 2. 'Plc-nsinx: smile." LOLISE MQGAHEE Theta Tri-Hi-Y, l, 2. Il: Richninnul Chumliurs, 2: Silver l: Newspaper. I: Mnnauinzz Edit-ir, 1. "Always nn the L!-i." EDYVINA AICKENNA linsketlmll, 1: Sufthall. I: V--Ili-ylmll, 1: Rini: Tennis, 1: Trains. from New Dnriv Hiizh Sshiml, Nou Yi-rk. "A sweet uiri, liked by all." BARBARA JEAN MCKIFI Alrvhzi Tri-I-Ii-Y, 2, Il: Musket--er, 3: I"u- ture Nur-ws, 3. "A nwrry heart thnt lauuh- nt cure." NVILLIAM LYNNE BICMICHAEL Ile Mnlny, l: High Hun-irs. 2. "Anntht-r like him xwulnl li., hnrfl in find." llICRAl.ll MFNEAL "fh.i.fl lurk and xi I-riuht future DORIS I"AYl"f M4'Nl'I1l': Y-'I'4'4,-li, ZZ Trulrlv Vluf Cluli, I. 121 llvtw l'lull, l, 2: Rninlmw Girls, l, 2. Hllluml lmir :infl fluni-inn full." JIMMY M. MICNIIER Avzul--niy lli-Y..1Z, Il: Chovrlvmlor, Tl. "I-Ixcr in smiles null nlnnys frit-mlb," .IOIINNY MENGI-Ili Avmlt-niy Hi-Y, l. 2, Il: 'fm-tlsnll. "A" Varsity, l, 2, Il: llusvlwnll, l. 2. Il: Stu. :lt-nt Fnunril l. "An A-l nlhluiv :null frivrnlf' SIIIRLICY .IOYCIC MEIIIUTT 'lfilungs ling," 4. YQ, I g :vs 1 '.- 'TF' X , l 1 U"'-fu-. ',- an A Q ff: -A I-1 I-. x. Q H 5? Q- ph 1" 9 as In 'S 'R 0-g YF ,E 'fy-' I xg. K es ,-, T 7255 -il ffl L x . f ik- , -- ff., If it Q- V 'ffl A.,-x czr r .1 t. f J I 1 41' 4" "'- 5' ff! 1. - , -X C . 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' X I X ' ,I I '-A 'Q -4- s' 1 '17 3 vs' vw , ff ,fi '1,', I I 1. ,Q Q., . avi , 1 'Yr -Us EL Q - ' X - 1- 'ur " V 5 Q-7 A ' X "J Q-Q "lv ...4 755: 11,5 .Q 'f9' I' il .5 - e SHIRLEY ANN NASH Christian Workers' Council, Ii. "Describe her who can, A combination that is Pleasant man." CHARLENE NEELY Mzxjorette. 2, 3: Twirlin! Chamilionshin. "A cheerful heart which makes brizht the hath nf life." RAY D. NEYVMAN Czuluv Hi-Y. 2, 3: Chccrlcmlur. 3: Truck 2 "Smart that wrinkled care rlurirles Anil laughter holding: both his sides." SYDNOR YV. NEWTON Richmond Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3: Basketball, "Il" Varsity. l. "Why worry? Things will hzmhen :my- way." PATRICIA ANN NGSMITH Alpha Tri-I'Ii-Y, 2. 3: Christian NVorl:- ers' Council. 2. 3: Treble Clef, 2. 32 Richmond Churnliers, 2. 3: F. T. A., 3: Chiefs Council, l: Silver 1: Choral Club, ll Sec., 1. "Thy xoice is sweet. as if it took its niusir from thy fmw-." in no ORIAN S. NEIHUSS Cadet H-Y. 2, 3: Band: Trans. from Americus Hiuh School, Americus, Ga. "Good lonkim: izuy. Weil-liked by all." ALICE KI. OGDEN Alflhn Tri-Hi-Y. 2. 3: Chafiluin, 33 Christian XVorkurs' Council, 3: Basket- ball. "A" Varsity, 3: Future Nurses: Honors, Z: Newspaper, 1. "A sunny disiinsirinn is a :etter ri friends." MARTHA OYERBIAN Christian NVorkz-rs' Council, "Silence is virtue." JOHN OYVENS Band. "A di.-cent boldness ever friends," MOZELLE L. OXVENS Treble Clef' Clulu, 22 Iii.-tn Club, 2. "Quiet and sr,fci:ihle." meets with ff . 33 SC' I 1' 4 . Q- T! Q NELLIE ROSE PADGETT Basketball. 1. "Bright as sunset after rain." FRANCES PATTERSON Alpha Tri-Hi'Y. 3: Beta Club. 2, 3: High Honors, 2: Trans. from Fort H-no-i Hizh School. Fort Hood. Texas: Glee Cluh. I: Newspaper. 1. "Sho makes the world brirzhter with her smile." JANETTE PATTERSON F. H. A.. 1. 2. "I-'mme your mind to mirth and merri- ment." BETTY PAYNE "A :ood disposition." PATRICIA ANN PAYNE B+.-ta Club. 3: Trans. from Home Hiuh School, R--me. Ga.: Tri-Hi-Y. 2: Lzitin Club. 1: N9'-Vrl'Y3l'Ul'. 2: Glt--.V Club. 1: Enxllish Cluh, 1: Journalism Club, 2: Library Assistant, 2. "Sweet :ts they c--nw, well worth l-qnuw- inc." -.1 'Gf Y' f ffzrkfu IS PHENTICE PEABODY Academy Hi-Y, 1, ZZ, 3: Richmond Chv- mlielgl 2, 3: Sinxinsz Blusket-ears 2. fl: Football. "B" Varsity, 12: Co-Capt.. 2 "A" Varsity. 3: Basketball. 1. 2. 3. v Track. 1. 2, 3: Sabre Club. 1, L, 3. l "Tall, high-powered. and hard to beat.' DATVN D. PEACOCK Musl-zeteur. 3: Rainbow. Zi: Treble Clef Club, 2, 3: V. Pres.. Il. "How sweet is thy music." PEGGY PEACOCK Treblt- Clet' Clul-. 2. "Sweet, demure. and alu-:ether lovely." PHYLLIS J. PEARRE Rninbmv, LZ. "A simile of every.,-ne." LAVERNE PINION "Small folks seem to fill si-:ace that nf. others can rcrflziw.-." at Y7 ul 'J",,' r 'ii V , la I. , 5 4 r I " a - I5 1 vc ' 923' . vi", J i 7' 1 '. 1. " IP sa: - 'lr -vw , . 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' 1 ff' I 5 ' 'zh- -x ,t,':?" I X . K .Y Q, ow A .-,- I ,wx llvfjrf K -' V f rg 4 N --b ,X ,' ' A , 9 wi Dfw Er- Avi ' J' .F" '1 ,. .N lvx V1 lt , 'Vg sr- 1 gh- 'CT' :.4l w 1 .1 fx m f . F 'E ffliif ff? ft F, j' ff fy , ,142 - U. ellmifj ANN ROBERTS Y-Teen, 1, 2, 3: Christian YVorkers' Council, 3: Richmond Chnrziliers. 2: Fu- ture Nurses, 3: Black anil Gold lf Ht,-nurs, 2. "A ruse with :ill its sweetest leaves yet folrleflf' GERTRUDE ROBERTSON Y-Teen, 1: D, E. Club, 3: Beta Cluh. 2, 3: High Honors. 2. "Her wurth t-un never be fully appreci- ated," ALLEN D. ROE Rifle Team, 2, 3. "Ability tu win the esteem uf all." STANLEY ROSENTHAL De Molny, 2: Band. "The hand that follows intellect will achieve." CHAD ROSS "lt matters nut how lon: we live, but how." JACKIE ROYNTREE Theta 'Iri-Hi-Y, 2. 3: Sec.. 3: Y-Teen. 1: V. Pres., 1: Ri:-hnionfl Chorziliers. 2: Beta Cfuh, 2, 3: Class Officer, 1: Glee Club, 1: V. Pres.. 1: Hiuh Honors, 2: Silver 1. "Sweet :ind Ivretty, neat and fair, loved by everyone, everywhere." ROBERT ALLEN ROYVE "Know what yuu want. and then gn :ifte-r it." LAURA SCE ROXVE "Theres something hiu in every little thing: find it." HERAIAN L. ROXVELL Cadet Hi-Y, 2. 3: Chan.. 2: Sec.. 2: PWS.. 3: Sinuim: Musketc-ers. 3: Rich- montl Chrvrulit-rs. 32 Football, "B" Var. sity. 1. 2: Suhre Club, 2, 3: High Hon- urs. 1. "Here-is nur Rumen, where's Juliet?" SANDY ROZACK "Quiet and conscientious' PAUL T. RYFO Fuutbull, "A" Varsity. 2, 3. "Tu eat, and tu drink, and to be merryf ELBA SANDIN Christian NVurkers' Cuuncil. 3. "l"rum the snared treasure vaults of frienrlshilu hers is a Driceless Sem." SPHRLEY ANN SATCHER "Tw low they huihl, whu build beneath the stars," MARGARET SAXON "Rarely :In we meet in one combined. :i henutnus hotly und :i virtuous mind." KATHERINE 1PUNKl SCALES Theta Trislrli-Y, 2. 3: llfluskeie-er, 2: liztinlmw, li: Class Council. l: Newspa- lu-r, 1: Asistnnt Business M:-innizer, 1: Student l':itrtvl, li Silxer "timid nature is une of the richest Kitts ui' life." ROY SCARIEOROFGH Ai-:ulemy Hi-Y, 3: llirhmunil Churnliers, 3: Sinuinx.: Musketeers, 3: Iftmtliall. Ynrsiti, 2. Ili Ct.-Czipt.. Cl: "B" Vnrsil5'. l: Iinsketlmll "ll" Vnrsity, 1: Truck, 2, It: Sabre Club, Ii: MSKT Iluntvrs, 1: V. I'i-es. --I' Suniur Class, 3. Spur! ru5.il. BETTY JFNE SCOGGINS Y-Teen, l: M'ilskt-tt-ery 33 Trehle Clv.-f Cfuli, Sig Intwmmrzil Ynlleyhull :intl Sutt- Iull. 1. 'lA kilul heurl unil n level howl." XIONTIE SELLERS "Tu thine min self lul true, And it must fulluw. us the uiirht the iluy. Thuu canst nut then he fulse tu any man." FRANCES MARIE SETZE Theta 'l'ri-Hi-Y, l, LI, Ii: llninlunw, fl: Lntin tfluh, fi lielu Cluli, 2, Il: Class t'4-unvil, l: Ni-wspulu-r, l: Hlnrk nnil tit-lil 'T", 1: High llunurs.AL!. l "A tiny hulullu uf i-verytlum: niet JVNE SICXVELL lit-tu Fluli, 11, R: l". T. .-X,, R: Future Nurses, fi: Hiizh Ilmu-rs. 2. "A suul :is liylht :is l1oux'cn." 'za A I f 'R Eg 4' .fb Q 1 S Z2 ig. , X L- ,.,. -3 ' 'J' vf -' .. ss SKATE' 'k l.. If- V " .. .1. .1 .:-f-'-1 vf 3 45 1 N ski, RL. -2 I A zFP:fs, , . .. L... . Q - . ., ---'51-W1-new 'Avg' .cis vs 105 I rg.. xt 2 i"Y 'ffl 'tl QT? 2 fs Q 2 Q T Q 41 r1 Jw 1. K. Q FIZIZWJ DEH SIIEFFIELI1 "May y1111r fulurl- .vu-r IXAIIBAIIA .I EA N SII Y-Tnvn, I. Ii:1111l-.11x. II 11115.-11.1111 '1:" v11r-111 S.1I'tI111lI, I, I, X'..N--AI 'IH-nnie. I. "Tho Ixvhz 1-I 1h.- I..-.I-. BETTY JO SIIIRLICY Y-Tvvu. lg R:1i11I--ul II IK11Nk1-1I1:1I1 'IV' V:1r-up Sufll-:1lI. I. 2, X'.1II111I.11lI mf. l, "I hw! 11 111.111-11n1 11rm 1'-1r in 1111. 11111-vp." NANFY SILIII-IRT lI'11-M-1.1-r, :1. N.,1I-1-111- "H1-r :1rm1-r 1x h--r I1--nv JEAN SNI.Xl.I,XYUI1I1 "II1f.I.1111 111 1-111111 h11r 2 ,,- Q lr 1 . ' T' a , ' f 1:1lI, I. I. H11 . I, Z. II1111' 'I'-'1- 1 111111 mx 111111.I, C7 Q4 'J 1 '1 IHX'l'III-IIKINIC SXI.XIl'I' Y-'1'..1, I1 3 ' 1:..1 .111 1. 3 '1 Il1111I11. . 1. ,1 -.1r11 11.1, l1liYlClLI,Y SMITH x11-11.. 111.111-11 :, 11.1111 1' I'...11..11 , l':1l1--r- .1, III-r.1I l'11I1 VY1-I, I, N1xx11.1111r I I'11'.-1' 0111 .111I,1 .1111I II.XIll1I.Iv I' SNIITII II If 1'I11I14 C H --11.1 .11... 1...1.1.11. 1I1-111- 111.1.,.,...... 1 .l.XI'Ql'I-2I,YNIC SBIVI Il1'.1 l'I1I1, Q IP1r1'..1 ... 4 111.1 11. 11..,..,1 11.. 11...-..1. .1.1. ...,.. '1'11..1 11. ......1.- 1.1-1... XI.Xll'I'II.X IC SXIITII T1..-.. 'rf1.11..1' 1 11.0.1 -1...,11.11, 1 : ' X -n1xI111z' 1,1v1sr.- 'I..1I 1'11 1I1. pr. --11 11...1' 3 'U . 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X Q 2" 5 x ,1 Rui' 4.1 1 f , I IX' I-IIIIIIIIC STAYIIU 1.-....11.1.11 mf-11, 'Q1111l1lx 111-1 111111111115 XI'I..X S'I'lCI'III'IN M111-1r1I1.-, I, 2, IS. :111I 1-I:11-14, 3. 'I'r1111-.. II1vI1 S1'I11..1I. 'I'I11111111. N. 1, 1.1.-.. 11111. 1. A "11..11 111.111r111 1- 11.1 .XI'liII'lC STICINII A--111I-n1x III-Y, I, 2 X111-111, I, Z, 51, IK11 .1l1, I. s:1I1r1' II11I1, I I11 II1- 1n111k'1111- .1f II'II.XlII1S'I'II.I, livin II11I1, I. I'111-1I1gl lr' 11.1--111, 1, :. 'lI1.11 r..11..11, 11.-11 111 IAN S'l'IIIIil,INIl XIVI111 'I'r1-Ili-Y. 2. il I--11 15111, 1, 3, 51, "'l'I1.- 11111 1.1 I1.- 11111111 ., , t b E' ' -w- 5 4, s MM!!-4 54' 'V is A l 4 , I . r Q I , i : 4 V "'-Q? fum 3 ." f. . J b. If I ni' . 5 ' Q x L nr 'H' 'J Q ""f'vf' -A X - - Y fl ,av ,H , Y 7 1 JEANETTE STRINGER ANN TANKERSLEY Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3: Chan.. 2: Sec.. Muskett-cr. fi: F. H, A., fi: Chorus, 3. 3: Student. Council, 1: Latin Cluh, 2: "A thousaml uirls in mm." Christian Workers' Cruncil. 2, 3: Hirfii , 1 v v Honors, 2: F. T. A., Treas. of Snph. DQLLX rl 5531311 Class' 1: Guld UT... 1: Newspaper' 1. Life holrls no greater pleasure than "A lovely girl we've all admired, whose whlch 'iumos thmmlh Scrl"n'1 Oth' Pleasant ways are much desired." r- DOVCLAQ A TQCHOI-,ly VIRGINIA FAY STUNI MilZAm':TfI ,TH0BIPb05 , Richrliiond Choraliers, 2, 3: Sinirinpz Mus- Future Nurses Club. 3. X'Tf'en' 1- -' Agmuskulufr' '45 ,Rf"nb0"- kt-twrs, 2, 3: Trans. from Jackson Hifzh "For all that fair is, is by nature good." F" H' Q" 3' Chfrus' 3' ,, School. Jackson, Tgnn, HELEN STURDIVANT xvllrjjltlixfigqlllrgiggingg,-NSn,,1Q on you. man of couruxze is a man of his "Opnortunity awaiting: her." H , ' ,Q I, ' mln' w Y DAVID L SWAN First me fri.-mr. ,IOX CE Ubin Hwhat qh'Duld one do but hc merry, TOMMY THOROUGHMAX 'Small chteer and url-at welcome make 5 ' ' Beta Club, 2 3: Football "li" Vai-sitv II. H 'harry east' JAMES VV. SWINDLE 4-A ,I-r1.mg,,,'1.1 :nl-,-1 " CI FyDA VAN Chfisfifm Woflfefs' Cifunfil- 31 TWP- I 'H l .Mui "rrQii1e Clef icuii, 1, 2: Richmf-mi Chr.. Hilarge Cain Riclrre Huzh School. Oak mums' 1' 2: Cham, Club, 1: Newswi- infurtofgufozntirrxllf has greater nil-aifliincss is tho shadow of things - ' A past." IEODHIE YOYLES "A nicu nirl anal :A 20ml friend." ARTHUR XYAUE Am-amloniy Hi-Y, 1. LZ. 3: Football, "A" , . ,., ,, ,, . Xarslly. -2 li Varsity, 1. "A lznlios' main is rnznle, not horn. f! . - fjflffliaj Lois wALDRoP Y-Teen. 2: D. E. Club. 3: Treble Cla! Club, 1, 2: Trans. from Jefferson Hirh School. Tampa, Fla. "Once your friend, always your friend." CARL YVALKER "A light heart. lives ANGELINE YVALL Latin Club, 2: Beta "A flood heart is worth Hold." BARBARA VVALLER Class Council, 1: Christian NNorkers' Council. 3: Treble Clef Club. 3: Future Nurses. 3: F. H. A., 3: Newspaper, 1. "The eternal feminine sloth draw us on." ROBERT YYALTON Dc' M'olay, 1, 2, 3: Maxtor Counsellor, 32 Band, l. 2. 32 C. O., 2, 3. "Look to the future and not to the pusl, the heal. is yet to come." lam:-" Club, 2. 3. 1 'Q--7' X' f! 1.- Q 'ful' .fl , tug' l. -1 s '65 ' 'fu -Q, -4 T' K 1 ' 1 gl 1 11 f 1 'I5 15- 5 i .2 l 5-5 1 ,., 1 4- 1 1 f... "' vs Y 8 1 151100 YV.-XNDA XV.-XRD Thvtu Tri-Hi-Y. 2. 3: Latin Flub, 2: Trans, from Xurlh Auuuslu H1211 S1-l11111l, N--nh A111111-111. S, C.: Chla- Suu.. l: Clan Qu-.-en, l 3 I-', T. A.. I. fi S1-c., 1: Lil1r11ry Cl11l1, 1. t'. '95 'Fume mul lrip it ns v11u 1:11. 11n 1h:1' light fnnlnsliv Luc." MARY F, XVELLS Trans, l'r111-11 lli1l1:1'l:1l11l High Sulnml, . Rillu-l:1n1l, S, C. "A sense 1-I h11n11-r, 11 11-nsv 111' wil, .1n1! 1111-my uf 111,1n,1-nw." IIAXINE XYEST Trnnw, from l":1ir l':1r1f, lli1:h Sul11111I, Sl1r1-xg1111rl, Ln. ".-X fr11-111l 111 uvcryI1111ly." XY. 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Hivhu-fl H1111111'-, 1 I-111-r xrlrl 111 1-1 HX1- I1, 51111111111 1'1111111-1l, . 2, :xg 11111111 1'11111, 1-11 11111. .111-'11 1..- 11 l xzr--111 1111-111-H 1111111-1l111 SARA L. li,-XGRY lixgh l11.11..r., 2, "Y-111 h111.- 11 11111 11. Iil'Tll I'OlYI'Il.L ' l!u11,'l 1-f 111160 11n1l RFILY Rlf'KETTS 11h l1r1rl11 11111l 1-:1 -111-1-1 111' f111f1- "Smx1rt :1n1l Nn1iIimf." !' I" v 1 -vv 5 , -v..'Y.,1 -W ' , . " 'xg' N3 lei I K W y we F -.4 Bw! G L 1 " -sf, 5'-T 77' ' CLASS OFFICERS o I. Presirleiit .. ,.A., ....,,,. c :RACIE MERRY ll. fp. l Secretary ....... DUDLEY BAIRD MM xy, li S " - u , 7 'ia is Q lil F fr LQ: 4,1 vi A W :Q J: i 1 . l R 'ifgif .Pf ff f -gy FQ' V iw: . 'A ' s-if'Q-hh V f 'T' rv- . if .. ka, -F. 1 K 5 Vu.. , . " X ,, rf 'N N, . -"x 13 .I I Q is A a . x Q, Q 1 N X K ix rl X J L l 1 'vs 1 'l 35 cr Q 11 W rl Y i h 1 r. ., K , ,, , A ' 9 , IU' , . ,L j of l u ' 0 --3. , e t E 'x ilx .V l 4 . .N rg , p 1 1 F70 1 fr- . fv ,lift LX I X. fx vw l I I if L Y If ' fx-. , J. II Adams Roy Alewine Bill Alexander Ray Allen Lano Anderson Ted Atwood Anne Bailey Katherine Bailey Dudley Baird Nick Bac-hes Dot Barker Annette Barrett Charles Bell Richard Joseph Bennett Verdy Blackwell Carolyn Bowen Gordon Hraek Beverly Brandenherg Bret-k Brighani Caroline Browne XVilliain Brunkhurst Barbara Buck Jo Ann Burbidge Joyce Caldwell Gene Cavedel Frank Christian Joyce Clark Virginia Connell Barbara Cook Marian Cook Joe Cooler Gmc-e Creech Wm. Creighton Jeff Crout Helen Daniels Joe Dicks Bea Dodd Mary Ellen Dorn Joe Dukes Mary Ann Dunn Margie Elsel' Harriet Epps Mary Ann Epps Marilyn Evans ltit-hard Faglier Wayne Farmer Era Fernadez Willie Joe FlPlL'llPl' Margie Floyd Callwrine Folk Mary Dorotlxy l-'ord Elizabeth Freeman llosalyn Gliitter Gene Gibson il. E. 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Infantry limluc. Philippine Liliurxtiun Medal with Twn Stare, Ovvuputinnzil duty with Unitud States Turn-cs in Austrian. MILITARY DEPARTMENT la 21 Q Asst. PMSQT. Turiuwset- Military Institute 1030 Overseas sfrviuu: Eur--penn Theatre, llllst Airborne Division. Jul-an, 11th Airlwr ne Divifiun. Purxvle Ht-nrt. Br--nzzu Star. Pmsifluntial Citation, Beliziain F--urrnut-re. Fi-um-h Crt-ix -le Guerre. as 'Oi JS. f .Xndrt-iv J. llrnwn SFC John F. Dooley SFC David W. Mullins SFC' llvx S. Ramp' K':ipluin -- Infantry Asst. lllSlI'lH'l0l'f lll'tilt'lllll9lll Supply llvtarlinimlt lnstrnrtm' Rifle Team Cozicli Sergeant .xfllllilllSll'1lIlY9 31'i..i,-il-pismiv Sifrgt-:int tw-II--uv, ltllo lvl' BATTALION STAFF Q 'Q 44 -1--uv MI" of 1 I.l.1'11l,S:1111l'lw111i1"' Xl:11 5:1111 lbyv- 1.1111 lid .XI111-:ly 121111 XY, S, I'1':1l I1z1II1l111I1 l'11111111-1111111 l1q11t:1li1111Iixwuxtixf- .xdllllillll l:f.11g.li.,g1s.j: .-. n' fi l ., 11.1 N115 1 X-. 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Il .NIIN1-II. .XI Mullin-5, run If I. .XIIIHII I llnmhuel I Iu I1 I II'lI'I44 I' 4.uIm.A, Il, Murphy, II- Nm-I-15, :xml-Iwlu-5 I' .Xrxflv-rf-In, Il Ihnrmsfn. Il, I1n,wn, II. Mllhlrlwyl l,, Ilnliin-III. I.. Imllulfxzmxl, II.v1'1mm" I I"'1 flu an I' 9Ilv':I Ilnrnv I l'r4mlm'1I .I L. IY1 NNIS T1'nmI.nIu-f W. l'::mnw4II Il II4IrImvI V. .IllIlllN'III, Il. NIPIIIINH. .I. IIIPIIIIIIFS, II. Wllitl-V I1v'nI Il I'uI"'+w- I llmlin 4' HHN- Il XV'I!un Izxlrni .I, Iirem .A I J f if the CA! """ Q ' ! . 'K-w "'E?' I FLEMING DONALD HITE MAFRICE STEINHERG OFFICERS President .,,,,,..., ,..,,, . . .. SAM I-'LEMING Vice-President. ,,,,,,,, ,,,, , .DONALD HITE Secretary .....,....,. MAURICE STEINBERG Trensurel '..,.,.....,.,., . ,,,, JIMMY RAINES lNot picture-dl Chaplain .. ,.., . .. DUANE GRICE 1N0t picturedm Adviser .. ..MA.IOIi CALDWELL Co-Adviser .. .,,,..,.,.,, .MAJOR HOLMES First ww: Left to right, Maj, T. I-lattaway. Capt. D. Hite. Capt, H. Rowell, Lt. Col, S. Fleming, Capt. M. Steinberg. Second row: Left to right. Lt. O. Riley. Capt. W. Prather. Lt. R. Holliday. Lt, D. Grit-e. Lt. D. Halcame. Capt. G. McNeal, Lt. C. Bowen. Third row: Left to right. Capt. E. Moody. Lt. J. Raines. Lt. J. Bailey, LL. K. Merry. Lt. P. Peabody. Capt. C. Lass, Not pictured: Lt. C. Antierson. Lt. P. Anderson. Lt. Iv, Harlow. Capt. R. Walwn. Lt. P. Whzitley, Lt. L. Harrison, Lt. C. Langliam, ,Q- - - fffwz A A REGION CHAMPS 1 9 5 3 RIFLE TEAM SCHEDULE 04" N 'les 8 AX1l1m1,:l I-.4x'n':n:11l .MMI-1m'. Sl I'-xlwwlvwxu, I-'lwuflm 13111 Nm'-nulwr mx:-11 L' Tilinl Xlmx ,Nw-1: ll1lv-r-:a-IIf-:11m--.Xlrlffr .Iuzv1.wl'n ll V11-ll 1 NX1I!1:.-11 l..1n-luiivlm llmuv Ng-11:-11.-IXIMAI1 l""Ill'll.P!'j' IN 'llrlw Nwvwlwl I.1VI'4' 1111.-rw-rllw:i.n1v .mul mx-'rf-1:4-ln-V1. Xlzn-'.-V5 Nlmnh '1 ,Xperl ., fm' :wwxllwv .m-uf..' 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K.. . gfzffff ffzffzxffd F .7 f 77 ZF 1 f'l'ffy7J L ff-'Wf' Xeatest Cziilet-Cadet Pziul W. Suni- niers. Best Drilled H. O. T. C. Coiupgmy- Conipziny l'0llllllCllldE'd by Calp- tziin Wayne Ilye. Best Drilled lt. O. T. C. Platoon-3rd Platoon of Culnpziny "l3". l'Ullllll1'l!ld- ed by First Lieutenant XYilli1im T. Ilemriuk. Best Ilrilletl It. ll. T. C. Squad-lst Sud. of Zirtl Platoon of COIIIIJHID' caimnamlerl by Sf1r:e1int First Class .Izunes J. lizirdin. Best llrilleil R. 0. T. C. Cadet-Cadet Duane F. Grit-e. Jr. ilmven Brothers Irlanorziry Rifle Award-lst Sgt. lYilliun1 Przitlier. The J. Bland Scruggs Memorial Sabre is an award given annually to the Cadet Officer at the Academy of Richmond County who is outstanding in Military and Scholastic Achievements. This sabre is awarded in memory of J, Bland Scruggs who lost his lite by drowning on Jan. 29, l932. To be considered tor this award a student must show by his deeds that he believes in a sense of fair play as essential an attribute as any accomplishments or honors he may receive, This award is considered by the cadets as one of the school's highest honors. Winner of l952 award: LT. COL, K. W. CHARLES Qual Ziff and gzurlfzmml Academy of lliclunontl County WE, THE GRADCATING CLASS OF 1953, of the Academy of Richmond County, being more or less sane, and otherwise distinguished by vari- ous mental peculiarities and complexes, do hereby leave these following items to our younger schoolmates in hopes that they will end up with as much knowledge t?l as wel ITEM I-I, Terry Culpepper, being of sound mind and warped legs, do leave the memory of five fun-filled years at A. R. C. to any and everyone who cares to share it with me. ITEM II-VVe, Anne Mura, Janet Mulcay, and Shir- ley Nash, leave our picnic table in the reading room of the library to anyone with the right size foot to hold up its short leg. ITEM III-I. James Connor, Jr., do will to H. B. VVhitehead my portable telescope for those mountains on the drill field. ITEM IV-I, Richard Still. leave my ability to slip away from the Varsity without tipping the curb boys to Ford Miller. ITEM Y-I, Bobbie Mcliie. do hereby leave my braces to anyone with the physical strength to wear them as long as I have. ITEM VI-To some unsuspecting .Iunior. I. Diane Coward, do will and bequeath my positions on the Rainbow and Sound Off staffs. ITEM VII-I, David Gale. hereby leave to Wimpy Odom my reservation at Table No. 9 at Home Folk's Pool Room. ITEM VIII-I, Yl'yman Lamb, do will my ability In gain weight to Nat Dye so that some day he may be big enough to play football. ITEM IX-I, Allen Rowe, do hereby leave Miss Braddy--Thank Goodness! ITEM X-I, another Allen Roe, bequeath to Mr. Owens my extraordinary gift in penmanship. ITEM XI-We, Barbara Bannister, Jeanette String- er, Barbara Morris. Rosemary Feese, and Ann Culpepper, do leave to Alphas of future years our ability to get to T 200 Alphas meetings at 7:30 and still be on time. ITEM XII-I, Billy Fair. hereby will and bequeath my brilliant military career to Kenneth Merry. ITEM XIII-To the joy of all the teachers at A. R. C., I, Anne Dye, take my argyle socks and leave. ITEM XIV-We, Catherine Smart and Nancy Sil- bert, do leave our table in the lunchroom to anyone who manages to arrive there in one piece. ITEM XV-I, Peggy Dowling, bequeath to Joan Watkins, my ability to stand in the hall to talk and still walk into Mr. Wise's class just as my name is called. ITEM XVI-I, Paul Cook, of sound mind and not under the intoxicating influence of root beer, do leave my outstanding military record of de- merits and extra drills to Maj. James Caldwell. ITEM XVII-To Caro McDonald, I. Nancy Mar- shall, will my ability to knit socks in hopes that she can find someone to wear them. ITEM XVIII-I, Lynne McMichael, leave my ability to get ready for drill during Mr. Cowin's 3rd period chemistry class to any needy senior. ITEM XIXQO that Mr. Talley will always be able to "drive-on" in his future physics classes, I, Sam Fleming, leave him a permanent drivers' li- cense. ITEM XX-We, Elizabeth Thompson and Ann Tan- kersley, will our ability to get out of school to Annelle Newton and Joan Fricks, for we know they need it. ITEM XXI-I, Grace Molineux, bequeath to Gracie Merry my position on the Rainbow staff as "Dis-Grace". ITEM XXII-I, Connie Marsh, hereby bequeath to Bill Brunkhurst my ability to sing alto in hopes that one day he may be a member of an a cap- pella choir. ITEM XXIII-To Willard James, Bill Smith leaves his tough luck with girls and "Sticks" Steinberg leaves him the legs that carried him through five glorious years of football at A, R. C. ITEM XXIX'-I, Mary Martin, being the last of the three Martins, hereby leave Miss Bailie to any- body who wants her. ITEM XXV--I, Peggy Adams, leave my lease on the first aid room to Mary Ann Dunn and Carolyn Vaughn. ITEM XXVI-We, the Joseph Lee's, being of sound mind, bequeath our names to anyone who wants to confuse their teachers as we have done. tJoseph D. Lee and .Joseph M. Leel. ITEM XXYII-We, Ethel Wright and Virginia Bowe, leave to any enterprising Juniors our ability to annoy Mr. Owens. ITEM XXVIII--I, Jules, Godin, will my laughing ability to Henry Fields. ITEM XXIX-I, .Ioan Crawford, leave to Linda Whit- tle my ability to get married in hopes that she will follow in my footsteps. ITEM XXX--To Katherine Bailey, I, Patsy Adams, leave Kay Wooten's ability to fall flat on her nose in the midst of a flock of boys. ITEM XXXI-I, Donald Hite, do hereby will and bequeath to Col. "Sweetrock" Lowe my job as company commander of "B" company in hopes that he may win the informal inspection. ITEM XXXII-I, Betty Day, will to Paula Hickson my ability to knit Frank F. some socks. ITEM XXXIII-I, Ed Burkhalter, leave all my brains and football talent to Gene Griffin. ITEM XXXIV-We. Carol Benson, Jackie Murray, Wanda Ward, Evelyn Beckum, Ann Hankinson, "Punk" Scales, and Louise McGahee, hereby be- queath one large economy size bottle of GLUE to Adelaide P., Pat H., .Jeannie N., Becky W., Eleanor K., Margot T., and Joyce H., so that they may stick together as we have. ITEM XXXV-I, Claire Minor, leave to anyone who will have it my nickname "Clay". ITEM XXXVI-I, Betty Dempsey, do bequeath to Suzie Baggott, my ability to get along so well with one particular member of her family tAlias BOB Baggottl. ITEM XXXVII-I, Mickey Crouch, leave my acting ability to Charlie Bowen the'll be around a whilell. Q-ZH! 6622-K! 0-gffllllgilf ITEM XXXVIII-I, Wilhelmina Adams, leave to Paula Miller my ability to become very popular through my career as "nurse's assistant". ITEM XXXIX-To anyone who hates to go to class as much as I do, I, Jane Eubanks, will my abil- ity to think up convincing excuses- to get out of them. ITEM XL-I, Katherine Burns, leave the nerve- racking bus rides to and from school to any Richmondite living in Fleming Heights. ITEM XLI-I, Lee Riley, do leave my ability to coon hunt on school night and not go to sleep in the swamp to Jimmy Pirkle. ITEM XLII-I, Herman Rowell, bequeath to Dudley Baird my ability to handle "A" company in hopes that he meets with more success than I. ITEM XLIII-I, Marian I-Iaygood, leave my most unflattering compliment, "You know, you walk like a football player," to Jenny Wylie, who is the picture of poise at all times. ITEM XLIV-I, Jinky Ferris, hereby bequeath to Gracie Merry, Harriet Epps, and Barbara Cook, my most convenient parking place on Bransford Avenue hill. ITEM XLV-To Chad Ross, I Bob Burgess, do here- by leave my place as kettle drum player in hopes that he will play the Eroica Overture better than John Dumas. ITEM XLVI-I, Herman Eitner, leave the color- guard to Billy Henderson so that he will be able to get out of drill five minutes early next year. ITEM XLVII-I, Judy Brown, being of rather un- certain mind, bequeath my ability to get out of IIYIL Scott's class to anyone lucky enough to get im. ITEM XLVIII-VVe, "Pro" Crawford, Suzzanne Carswell, and Mary Davis do leave Mary Y. to Paula Hymes, Jackie Bell, and Jackie Halford. ITEM XLIX-To Raworth Williamson, I, Jimmy Raines, do hereby bequeath my ability to make high marks under Mr. Owens. ITEM L-I, Gene Cronic, am getting out of here so fast, I don't have time to leave anything. ITEM LI-I, W. K. Hall, being of weak mind and small stature, hereby leave my ability to get out of drill and MSSLT my senior year to Joe Dykes. ITEM LII-To poor unsuspecting Grace Creech, I, Beverly Farr, will my desk in Mr. Wise's Eng- lish class. ITEM LIII-I, Marianna Cato, in hopes that Mar- garet Yarbrough will pass typing, do bequeath to her my ability to type 35 words per minute Knot counting errors, of coursel. ITEM LIV-We, Tommy Thoroughman and Mike Zucker, do hereby leave our outstanding ath- letic prowess, fine school spirit, prize drillingl and fabulous hallways romances to Joe Cooler and Norman Griffin. ITEM LV-I, Patsy NeSmith, being of blank mind. do heartily regret that I have no ability to leave. ITEM LVI-I, Thomas Duncan, hereby leave the following: to Mr. Callaway. my books: to Maj. Caldwell, my rifle: and to my sorrow, Rich- mond Academy. ITEM LVII-I, Alice Ogden, leave my sympathy to next year's Alpha chaplain and hope that she has longer than three minutes to plan a devo- tiona . ITEM LVIII-To Adelaide Pund, I, Frances Setze, bequeath my ability to forget chemistry lab and walk into class an hour late. ITEM LVIX-I, Charles W. Bowen, being of un- sound mind, ainit leaving nothing until i'm sure I'm out of this place! ITEM LX-We, Joan Stribling and Patty Zurfluh, will to Nancy Durden and Dotty Zurfluh, our ability to slip out of Mr. Dolynuik's fourth pe- riod study hall. ITEM LXI-I, Caroline Courson, leave my skill in dodging books that fall out when I open my locker to Frank Bailey. ITEM LXII-We, Ann Roberts and Jackie Roun- tree, leave our ability to break test tubes in Mr. Cowin's lab and still pass chemistry. ITEM LXIII-I, Tommie Morris, being of unsound mind, bequeath my seat in Miss Braddy's Eng- lish class to Jack Bowman in hopes that he will enjoy writing those whimsical themes. ITEM LXIV-I, Tom Mixon, leave to anyone crazy enough to accept it ,anything I might possibly have-except Joann. ITEM LXV-To Helen Myrick, I, Beverly Branden- burg, will my ability to reserve one small table in the lunchroom for twenty people. ITEM LXVI-I, Len Chavis, do hereby and thereby leave to t'Gloomy" Gene Glisson my football. ITEM LXVII-I, Dennis Harlowe, bequeath to Swain McElmurray my two slightly used brain cells for use in Professor Talley's physics class. ITEM LXVIII-To the next Lovers of A. R. C., we, Shirley McBeath and Charley Anderson, leave the two adjacent love seats in Miss Marshall's Creative Writing class and all the privacy that goes with them. ITEM LXIX-I, Eve Mosely, leave to anyone who wants it-Geometry! ITEM LXX-I, Ed Moody, to my great delight leave this school ibut I have enjoyed itl. ITEM LXXI-WVe, Scotty Langham and Pete IVhat- ley, leave to anyone having no love for deten- tion hall. our ability to get to Mr. Read's class on time except when he is out of the room. ITEM LXXII-I, Grace Yarbrough, being of no mind, do bequeath to Glenda Prince my many excuses for escaping chemistry class so that they may be of some value when she gets caught. ITEM LXXIII-I, Neva Reynolds, leave my alarm clock to Bobbie Lee Powell so that she can get to school on time for homeroom. ITEM LXXIV-I, Roy Scarborough, do will and be- queath to any boy named Roy the ability to be called Ray in spite of it all. ITEM LXXV-I, Pat Payne, do hereby bequeath my ability to talk with my mouth closed and sleep with my eyes open to any student in Miss Mc- Auliffe's history class fdoes it work-well'?b. Signed, sealed and delivered by the Class of 1953 to be its last will and testament. 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Georgia. fur two weeks of anything hut pleasure, They were a bunch of boys when they went there, hut thfy left there as a teatn, a champion- ship team. Although the 1952 football team failed to win the state title as they did in previous years, they gained the honor of being the first undefeated football team in Rich- 1nond's history. The Musketeers held on to the Region title for the third consecu- tive year. and all in all. 1952 was one of the most spectacular and exciting seasons ever witnessed hy Richmond fans, ARC-43: NORTH AUGUSTA-6 The llrst game was against North Au- gusta, which was thoroughly outclassed hy the fast hitting Richmond eleven. The two-platoon system was introduced for the tirst titue in Georgia high school history against thc Yellow Jackets. The first tt-am only ran six plays in the game and scored tive times. One was called hack. ARC-182 GLYNN-0 Glynn Academy ol' llrunswick was the tirst of live Region foes to meet defeat at the hands ot the Muskctt-cr machine. The tlrst team scored three times in the llrst quarter and let the "stills" battle it out the rt-st of the way, ARC-35: CHARLESTON 0 The T. U. l'. spread was used to n wider extent in the Charleston game, played in Fharlestou, Smith Carolina. Foacli llarry Milligan had to keep his lirst team in lout.:- er that game, hut at the hall' the score was Es-tt. so he kt-pt them till! for the rest of the uatue. ARC-322 COMMERCIAL-2 ltichmond made its second road trip. to Savannah this time, and heat its second lleuitrtiztl foe. Those Richmond fans who made tht- trlp saw the whole team play at gre-at game. with Johnny Mouser hand- lini: his usual outstanding: hall, Alenlzer made the longest rttn nl' the season against the "f'olu'ns"g When he cot trapped he- hind his own line. hc reversed his tleld. picked tip blockers and traveled S5 yards for a touchdown. The Richmond line held tht- Fohras for minus seventeen yards rushing: on the ground. Against North Au- gusta, they hr-ld the foe for minus nine. ARC-14: LANIER-7 l-'ive hui-1 loads of Richmond patriotism in the form of 250 Richmond students fol- lowed the team tu Macon and cheered them on to victory ovcr the tftulrh Lanier "Poets", ln all. there were 2000 ltichtnond fans at the name. NYith such school sup- port the Musketeers played the flame of their lives. The Musketeers opened with a tio yard run hy Ed llurkhalter on the first play ofthe rattle. After that the two tennis battled to a standstill until Lanlcr scored on .i long pass behind Gene Vronlc who was hatupt-red hy a lex: injury, This was just enough to give Richmond that spark that only champions can have. and the Musketeers came hack to score on six plays: Len Chavis scored on a pass from Menger. The Richmond line spent the rest ol' tht- game ln the "Poets" hackfleld. . ,-.f lyfllfdln Wolff!! ARC-472 BLUE RIDGE-O Coach Harry Milligan let the charges have a party against an outclassed Blue Ridge team. lt was one of the most color- ful games seen, with the Musketeers run- ning all sorts of tricky plays and letting the line run in the hackiield. Richard Still, who was voted "Most Valuable Suhstitute". blocked two punts. Previously end Bill Reynolds had blocked a kick against Bene- dictine and end George Short blocked one in the Commercial game. ARC-313 SAVANNAH--0 The Savannah "Blue Jackets" were the fourth Regional team to fall under the wake of the Purple and Gold-clad Grid Gladiators from A. R. C. A mild case of over confidence slowed the team down for the first half, and Savannah gave us a good battle. But after an inspiring talk by the coach at the half. the fired-up Rich- mondites showed the visitors who was boss. The Musketeers line held the "Jack- ets" for minus nineteen yards. ARC-205 G. M. A.-7 Johnny Menger proved why he was nominated for All American and All South- ern against the powerful G. M. A. squad on Nov. 14 as the Musketeers played over their heads and upset the prep team 20-7. Menger played his most outstanding game against the "Cadets", He scored the first t. d.. set up the second with an intercepted pass. then threw a touchdown pass to end Prentice Peabody, which was nullified. and in all intercepted four G. M. A. passes, But as Coach Flowers put it. "lt was a real team victory, the whole team was in there pitching every minute." ARC-40: CATHOLIC HIGH-O "L'ndefeated" and "Region Champs". that's what the Musketeers were tahhed after the Turkey Day game. Catholic High was supposed to give Richmond a iight. but the twenty-nine graduating seniors on the team had other ideas. They had been looking forward to that game ever since August 20th, and were not to be denied. Heres the way it went. Menger opened up with a Til yard sprint down the sidelines: then in the second quarter Gene Cronic ran a counter play which put him in the clcar and he romped S6 yards for a touch- down only to have it called hack. Incident- ally. this was the fifth touchdown to he called hack during the season. and three times hccause of this same play. Anyway. Manger made up for it hy passing: to .lim l"ord, who scored on a 46 yard play. Later in thc half he plunged over from the one for the third tally. In the second half Menuet' took a lateral from Len Chavis and ran Il-I yards for the score. Then lilch- ard Still hlockvd a Catholic punt which rolled out of the end zone for a safety. Gene Uronic and llouny Ford scored the last two t. 1l.'s in the fourth quarter, Foroj Bowne Edifejy SWORDJ Sfa who Mflfer MC Kei' frfcfv Q! Gliscm an -E if 11121177 ijiff fA1ff ARC--131 ALBANY-13 The se-aison begun with zu lining, :ind end- erl with the Sunil- explusive force. Twenty nine seniors, swine who had been with the teuni sinre' it started to hecfoine a football power but-lc in '30, t-lust-d out their Itirh- inunrl :rid l'1ll'9Pl'S with ai thrillingz, hut sliuhtly said, gzunv. There were inainy who my tho guine was won hy unfair means thy livin: won we recall that the pvlietrai- tiun rule' main- Allvuiiy :n l5-1-I clilvisiun mu-r iisl, hut ww :ire nut tu argue thai! lwrv, XXX' must give the vue-niy credit, for li. :wt-uiiiplislim-cl df-urls which nn otlior op' pum-nt haul dnnv, llc- svnrvcl lmth ut' his uni.-lulwwiis tlirungh thv linv, l'ntil the plsnyntl lm uthvi' IPHIII had ew-I' svnrorl on thf- :rt-iiml. lint, wv must sux, tlwrv 1ll'P llllllll' lwyw whu wish lhvy 1-mild play that ucimf' nu-r aluziin. FOOTBALL YARDSTICK :nut mninlinsz .klluzmy Mlllllvl A, Ii., t', Uppmn-rits Ifirst lillllllb ll3 lf! tl:-lm-ul Ynrmlxigv :::TT Mi! lhishl-s .Xllvlnpln-cl ll!! lil! Pars:-5 1'uill1Ilvll'1I till 32 l':15Nt-5 Il.nl Iiitn-I1-vptvcl W ZS! .luhn llrinsmm, 'Yummy K'l1:1mllvl'. Lvnurcl fflmvis. Cary Pollllell. .luv Cu U f 7afz:3z'Q holla 1 . yy -sa'-5 Y V in-J' 'V -, 51.1 'F " T F' LANGSTON BOLTON Coach llill .Xll-xzuurlvr, Lvl- llulluul, l.z1rry llmllmvtl. l.vig1l1t1m llnurn. Clmzlrlvs llriglmm, olur. l.z1r1'y UFCILIIIIUII. Illlly llzlmlvn, Cllurlos llnniels, ,Xl Ilzlvis, f'hlll'll"S lCVIvlI, "Clo1w" Evzms, U. ll. Galilvs. ll, IC. lllurlin, t'om':ul Gumlwin. "Flip" Gnnlslxy, ller I' h tlvmw. lC:u'l Hn-u11'y, I.:lrl'y Ilildrvth, Ilvv HMP. C'l1:lrles Jenkins. Cree IillDllll'il'li. lic 1 lalw Phil- lips. Wmlo lluunt1'l-P, llnhhy Sl1vpp:n'ml, Mus' Stvlling, Al Sleplwnsun. "C'u1'ly" Slo- plwns, .lim 'l':1mm. .lov Tlmnms. Donald Thornhill. F, R. Rose, Manager. Bobby Wullce-1', Assistant Conf-h. ,I flkllnf g!lJ!K'fAl!! K? T' , 2' 51 mf X I , ffl V 2 ' Q- H R - 1 V x 1 --,X ,--A' A S S ft M, 72 FILXNK INKIAN l'u:u-h T... Firm row: ln,-ll O'Iluark. Ray Allen. vo-4-npl.. I'l'Elllil'l' Pozubudy. Kemwlh Mm-rry. und Jimmy Ford. Sevrmd row: Roy .-Xlewine. Dunne Grivfn Ed Momly, 1':llll,, Hl'lbYPl' Brnwu und Nor- mnn flriffin. Absent frnm pirlure: Lvmg Gilstrup and I-'rank llennf-tl. f- . J Jmfefbaf The basketball team had a thrilling season and gave the Richmond fans plenty to remember in the way of basketball thrills. Conf-hed by Frank Inman, with the as- sistance of Conch A. L. Williams, handling the B-Varsity. the hardwood Musketeers Iinished third in the Region during regular season play and second in the tournament held in Augusta. Although they lost out in the tirst round in the State Tournament, they played outstanding ball and ended up with at 14 won, 10 lost, record. Ray Allen and Ed Moody made All Region and along with Prentice Pea- body, we1'e on the All Tournament team. A, ,ii Duane Grice Ray Allen Prentice Peabody Jimmy Ford Ed Moody Grover Brown Kenneth Merry Norman Griffin A R. C., ,, ,, JCI A. R. C., TH A, R. C. , 7-3 A. R. C. , nu A. R. C., i-S A. R. C., . lil A. R. C. , 40 A, R. C .,,, . wil A. R, C. ..,, .15 A. R. C.. , 83 A. R. C. , 313 A. R. C.,,,.. :QT A. R, C., ., A5 A. R. C. , Tl A. R. C. 5:1 A. II. C., , 115 A. R. C. u::: A. R. C. Ill' A. R. C. , G51 A. R, C. lu REGION TOURNAMENT A. R. C. 57 A. R. C, . 51 A. R, C. , 35 STATE TOURNAMENT A. ll. V. Greenwood Aiken ,, Suruimnli Commercial fililllllll' ., Gu. lfrnsh S, C. I-'rush Rum-slivtiiie Glynn Snrnnlizili . Flllllllll-'l'k'llll Caltliolim' Glynn R'?llt'illl'llll9 O'Ken-fv Granh- rlwuiimmcl Cu I hulir ll'Ke'efe Graialy' Henecliviine Sum nnuh Cnmmervizil KYKLWIAQ' ul L. XYlI.I.l.X1lS Cuzlvfl 'ff MJ? SOUTHEASTERN CHAMPIONS D P fx wr WK N 3-7 1 l-'irsl rim: Roy Alewine. Dickie Grim-Q, Hilly Miles. Jimmy Snead. Xorniun Grilfin. li, li. Glzudin :ind Willis Gruhbs. Second row: Pluese Blanchard. Blaurire Steinberg. Tolnmy Duncan. Wlmpy Odom. Johnny Mvnuer und Duanf- Grim-re. Third row: Couch Williams. Hobby Teusley, Wurrvn l-Inlmnks. Managers. Bobby Arlams. Preston Sizemore. Ray Allen. Jilmny Ford and .limniy Farris. QR QHJFAIM af 1952 RECORD-WON 225 LOST 2 Teams Score STATE AA TOURNEY YXVAYNESBORO -VVA-- v-.--'- 1 4,8 TBHINS Score AIKEN .T.T..TTTTT.TTTTTT,., T,TTT.TT 2 SM11 ROME ------ '--V----- 4 -" GRANITEVILLE ,,,,.,. ...,... 1 6-3 GRADY ..,. ,,,,,,,,, 9 -2 COMNIERICAL ,.,,,,, ,,,,, 3 -0 GRAALDH' --,,-----I-I-,-A,brqVbr-vv----w--'------Viw----,A- G40 7-3 6-5 GA. STATE TOURNEY CATHOLIC ,,.,,,,,,, ......... GLYNN ........... .....,.., SAVANNAH ..... ....... 1 0-1 AVONDALE ,,,,,,.Y,,,.,v,--,-.-.-.-A-,.--,,,,,,,,v 4-1 CATHOLIC ------------' --------- 5 -0 PEPPERELL ,A,,, ,AA,,, 5 iz BENEDICTINE ,..... ........ 3 -4 BENEDICTINE ..... ...,.... 1 -0 PEPPEREL AAAA'A"""""""A """""'T"A"'A" J' T3 GLYNN .....w..........,. ....... 1 3-4 s. E. H. s. o L. B. C. ,.A,..,,..,,..T,,Y ,,.,,.,.. 4 -5 7 Y T URNEY SAVANNAH , m 12 1 JACASOA, Miss. ...T....,AATT,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,A 4i1 CAMP GORDON .A.A... ,...,.... 7 -6 LANIER- ALA' ----v----- --,AAA---. S -2 CLEARWATER ...... ....v...w 7 -5 MT. VERNON, VA. ,.,,, ,,,A,A,,, 3 -1 A-ulrflb '- .5 V , ,Ma- Q.l'.-4? 'X A 4 , .1 x.: I !- . -2 L! T' f T ' P fx F Q 'K '51 x' . A, W' ' ' f' 'Q K.. I Q' ,' .5-'snow X Wino ' I M Q of - FQ X - .J '. ll Coach Wflffams X , M ' 3.1 I ' 3 , x 1 Q ct' L N k .Q 1 X' 3 2'-3 If XX ' v M 1 ' I, x O X I I Q X I X I f N I I K' X I I ff Q x f ' fr. X , I 1 A c I ' i l ' W, y, mx., 5 ,. . " Q j- 1 f' ., ,II . - 5 .Yi- - 'QQ -Q L V , X 1 Erica I I I 1 , X I X X . Fd ffl-5 X . X . X . . 4 . . I ,,' ws- X1 f x HH 1 N N X T Off ' ' A NX' , run -'1 ' , 1 ll '. X ' TX A 7 . S l 5 xx ' f "JI N . A A x J' Q - W lx ' N. 7 A V ,wen wigl A-A. . N' ' Men-yer M1 les fi, 'HQQ Q .- 4. X' 1 .V - FIUNJ A A REGION CHAMPS-1952 .'3.fJ'o-f' 4' 1' vl 4'-' 932513252513 Kllvvlllll Nam l'lVlHlI1! :uni l.:umy Il..rl'1anl!. Flilllllll lilly Lzuw. II.n'fly liiflw-In :mul Ilurlh-5' llnirfl. nv' 3' VX f' I . . BUCK" FLOWERS Coacll STATE CHAMPS 1952 SOUTHEASTERN CHAMPS 1953 Andrew Inman. Sam Mays. Ruworrh Williamson and Jimmy Raines. ghd I .Zfmfrffaff lust mu. hulhv XI:1,1.n1 It .I .XruuI1I. I'.nt Sxxuin. Maury Vlnrk Alix-.ltlclun-11.11111 Nlvllvze XK'llill:ukzfr fl-ml ruw: Kun Xhllmmf, rhxrl-Ay l:-rlvn. II.n'b..r.1 liurnf, Inu llrwka-r. Jann' SUIIIPSUII. I.--ilu Swim nnfl r':nmlll.n l':1ff-Iwi. Third run: l'1n-1-h Iltllltlll. .I-v:-nnv Six--nwrv-, l.iz Suulh, l':nllv-rilxo- Fulk. .Ivnm Wylw. C:xtl1vrix1e Smart :mud Jann- Salxun. RECORD FOR 1952-1953 A. R. C. A. R. C.-SAVANNAH 37 A. R. C.-COMMERCIAL 42 A. R. C.-MT. ST. JOSEPH 41 A. R. C.-GREENWOOD 45 A. R. C.-CRAWFORD -I2 A. R. C.-GREENWOOD 43 A. R. C.-NORTH SIDE -H Slillif GIA.-X Tournament in .klhgmy Opponent 34 39 32 39 37 37 45 1600 Jznfa WWC SOFTBALL Seated: Barbara Savage. Harriet Videtto and Jeanne Niehuss. Standing: Sara XVillis, Connie Cook, Joyce Clark, Shirley Merriet, Shirley McBeath, Pat Salley and Ola Powell. VOLLEYBALL Cmml Faulkner, llllizallwllu .Inxm-s, "Liz" l'rinv+-. Mary Clark. Marilyn Evans. Sherry Crlln. Glenda Vail and Gwen Muck. Coach: MRS. FRANK IXBIAN ff . f0Nf'6?fe Banff 1 4 4 A Clarmetsi Nurrls lllznll' l..'Hx .lnfmlmle-I1 .lnhrl lfilullm Ulu-rry ll.lukin l,il:n Ilill .XIIIIPIIV llnl-hs r'l1.na, llnrn.- Ann .l.nrvrl lizlvill .lnln-x Slzxlllwy K.-yln In-nlly All-Nw-il .Xll-Jn Xlnlllf-3 llnln-rl 'l'm1:u'l lmluln XX llll lx.-Nl.-r Vhzw Ymllluvl' Corneis: ll lf, .Xlrlmll Vlmf. Itlnn-lmzml .lzllw-H lilvvwll fqulw-1'I Hush lm l':ul'rw- Vzlrul rlulml- ,. l.1lly Nlurplu' muy x..,-ra, Ilrad Ymc- lluy Yeargzin Saxophones: l'l'v--lun .Xml--I'-mx .Il-5--plnnlw lil... kxl li-'ln-rl Ihmmnn lmxnl lfrnull 1:.13nv-Ilf- XI-wr::m lillilllf Xl- llurnfp l,ure-11 lI.ulhvAlrI Iwulx l..lmlw1n:ux1 Bantoncs: I,-lull,-lvl l"r11-rlm.l11 '..:lg-lu sh--gl Horns: Tlwmu- f'l'1l'.XI1ll'll .la-.ull Nlfllkv-I' .l.u!l1v-s XX :milf Trombonesi XY1ll1.eln f':nnlr'-ll llvlllllh llnrluw Vlzmllv- .lnllnsnn flflllll Nu-lmss .lqmlw rwmnnr ll, H, XX'l1ilvl1f-:ul llnlwrt Ilv1r:r'f:- Jules flmlin HPIU' Pow:-ll Vlllsd lion Itulnfrr XYnlI0l1-A-lrrum Nluy-n' l Majorettes: Nlll llPl'l4 l"llII'Il?X luv.-1 rm' I'lx:ll'l:-n.- Y--vl I,1-:In Nun.: .ml.l Nl-plwlw f'.m-lvn Mmm l.nuiM- All lfnx l nnsl Lu-lm Xlm-4'l"nv x glade Q? ofwkecy Iunior College of Augusta DESTINATION-VARSITY fWith apologies to Paul Revere's Horsel Listen my children and you shall hear Of the timely voyage of many a year. On the 31st of May in '53, We started out with fortune's key. With "All Aboard" being the cry, We boarded the ship breathing a sigh. So with goodbyes from teachers long awaiting this day, We set sail from the docks of J. C. A. Skipper Success never steered from his course, With Happiness being his chief resource. For 20 long years he sailed the sea, Distributing each student to where he should be. T'he first stop was Aiken and to our surprise, Among our passengers we had three brides. Mary Whitaker was first to say, "I do", Followed shortly by Sara and Marguerite too. To celebrate this we had a feast, At which Lyman so increased his physique, That the Wolf Pack went raving wild And had to be shipped to the peaceful Nile. In Atlanta we stopped by a good old school, Which promises to cure the love-sick fool. So none other than Chaney we left at Tech. She's majoring in being a rambling wreck. At the next cry of "All Ashore", We found ourselves at Europe's door. England was first to greet us here And to Queen Liz we gave a cheer. Oxford attracted young David Voss, And from what we hear he's now the big boss. Into the Hills scampered Bill Holden and Mike Whittle. One to learn to yodel and the other, to fiddle. The Alps beckoned to Valdi Cooper Who now bears the title of Mountain Trooper, And with all that snow he never gets cold, An Alpine lover sees to that, I am told. In the latest news is popular Jackie Rodgers. He's running homes for the Brooklyn Dodgers. And who do you think gave him this push? None other than reporter B. B. Bush. In Germany we deposited Betty Grimstead, Who is now rolling in dough making atomic bread. While in the medical field with the latest word, Are our great doctors Ruth Jantzen and Elizabeth Byrd. In Spain putting over several big deals, Is Government executive Margaret Fields. She's up to her neck in world politics, And from those bulls she gets quit a few kicks. From here we shipped off to gay "Paree", Where Katie and Lu are still on a spree. We hated to leave these innocent babes, But they assured us they weren't afraid. Trouble is brewing for Marian Hill. It seems Dan is Cash-ing in on her still. Well, neither of them have much of a chance Making outlaw liquor in "dear dry France". Ruth Ann and Mary Ann took a slow boat to China Social workers are they and nothing could be finer Curious Glen and Oxy peeped behind the Iron Curtain. As to their whereabouts now-well, that is uncertain. Jimmy and Chandler took a fancy to Argentina Where they are still trying to wake their bambino. It seems that she is still in a cold blooded coma From a glimpse of their faces, love's a misnoma. Annie and Leila who started out as teachers Are now sporting diamonds from "to-be" preachers Richard Barrett became such a great administrator That he's now selling sno-cos on the torrid equator From the heart of Africa we heard such a howl, That we anchored to see if it were beast or fowl. Kuglar and Grimsley we left behind. New species of animals they wanted to find. Cautiously following the alluring Coos, We found only the Wolf Pack singing the blues. Joan, Connie, and Suzie, June, and Kathleen Were now the merry wives of the Great Jungle King Returning from our voyage to the old Varsity, We sailed into the Class of '53, With a hotdog in one hand: a coke in the other, Around the jukebox they all did hover. With gossip and laughter running wild, We enjoyed ourselves for quite awhile. For not until the strike of three, Did we think to leave the Varsity. The thought came as such a shock That the Varsity ceased to rock. And as we all started out, We joined hands and began to shout READING! and WRITING! and 'RITHMETIC! Why did we hafta learn so quick? Z' 1' Why could we not forever stay Within the halls of J. C. A.'.' CONNIE HAVIRD Qwmbz ffaaa ohhecy Academy of Ilichniond County Fastening my safety belt, I relaxed in the seat of a luxurious Delta Air Lines Plane. "Yes. this had been a most exciting week! Imagine attending the Presidential inauguration ofa fel- low Richmondite! I recalled Sam Fleming's ambition to be a distinguished Naval Officer. Fate really had other plans for him! Inter- rupting my thoughts, a cheerful voice asked. "Are you comfortable?" I looked up and, tc my astonishment. I saw the attractive steward- ess to be none other than Louise McGahee. "Betty Dempsey," she shrieked, "How grand to see you!" Immediately forgetting her duties. she sat down in the empty seat beside me. The many years since graduation had brought vari- ous changes and surprises, so both of us were anxious to exchange news. L'nfortunately, Louise had been unable to attend the big event. so she begged me to tell her about that. "Why Louise, I saw so many familiar faces, I felt as if I were back at ARC. Of course. you knew that Jimmy Bardin gave the invocation at the inaug- uration. Patsy NeSmith and Glenda Yale, both celebrated Metropolitan Opera stars. sam! .lust before Speaker of the House. Mike Zucker, in- troduced the President. While waiting for the big parade to come into sight, I was nearly knocked down by Mary Davis, Vonnie Hayes, and Joan Stribling as they tried to get a better view. I learned of their positions on the Physi- cal Education staff at the University of Geor- gia. Mary boasted that the Georgia football team had won the Rose Bowl game under the efficient coaching of Prentice Peabody. Eve Moseley had recently been promoted to Profes- sor of Geometry at Georgia and Mickey Crouch had become a millionaire by directing minstrel shows. Connie related that Wyman Lamb, Len Chavis. Johnny Menger, Terry Culpepper, and Jimmy Farris were doing quite well playing "pro" football. .Iimmy Raines had established a new record the last time he won the Masters Tournament. Carol Benson was now cheering at Tech this year after being at Georgia lif- teen years! Joan put in a "plug" for the Har- wood, Rudisill. Smith Fight Promoting Agency. Our conversation was cut short by the begin- ning of the parade. Robert Walton was lead- ing one of the bands. while Jules Godin was still beating his drum. Riding in Cadillacs in the parade. I caught a glimpse of Sue Berry and her famous diplomat husband, also. Evelyn Beckum. Georgia's new woman Senator, and Herman Rowell, Duke of the land of "Ou-Blah- Dee". "Oh, Betty." interrupted Louise, "I sho'wish I could have been there, but this old airline schedule is so irregular." "You haven't heard anything yet!" I said, "The best is still to come. Later that afternoon I ran into Gene Cronic and his wife, the former Roberta t'rawford, who had come to Washing- ton for the inauguration too. Roberta was wearing a stunning suit and one of those rare black orchids. She told me that the suit was a Patsy Adam's original creation and the orchid had come from the rare orchid collection at Beverly Smith's Florist Shoppe. "Pro" added that Suzanne Carswell and Peggy Dowling had graduated from the School of Pharmacy, but gave up their careers for marriage. .Jackie Murray had recently returned to Augusta, after unselfishly devoting fifteen years to missionary work in Africa. Jackie had mentioned that Janet Mulcay. Jackie Rountree and Nancy Rivers were engaged in Religious Education and Janie Marbut was an outstanding church organist. It was getting late and "Pro" had an appointment at the Beauty "Centre" owned by Jo Ann Lowry and Gail DuPuis. Before leav- ing. though. she urged me to visit the Jeanette Stringer Hospital for underprivileged children where Rosemary Feese, .Ioan Hazlerigs and "Willie" Adams were Physio-Therapists. Bar- bara McKie. Claire Minor, Beverly Branden- berg, Alice Odgen, Patty Zurfluh, and Joanne Blatee, have at one time, been nurses there, also. As I started across the street, a policeman yelled at me for jay-walking. I was about to bless him out when I recognized him as Lang- don Atkins. Forgetting where I was, I ran over and hugged him. Our ensuing conversation caused the greatest traffic jam in history, but I learned more about our fellow classmates. Charlie Bowen has become a piano tuner, Charlie Lass is UNDERTAKING the job of burying peopleg "Sticks" Steinburg is a pawn- broker, and Pete Whatley is a tree surgeon. Fearing that Washington's Chief of Police, Jimmy Menger would put me in jail for causing such a turmoil, I told Langdon goodbye and hurried on. Being awfully hungry by this time, I glanced around for the closest restaurant. My eyes focused on a sign reading, Roy Scar- borough, prescription optician. Knowing he would be busy and I was still hungry, I pro- ceeded up the street until I found Preston An- derson's Spaghetti House. At the door, I was greeted by the head waiter, "Ham" Holland. After giving him my order, I wandered over to the Video-Picalo, an invention which had made Scottie Langham a millionaire. I put my nickle in and tried to decide between "Old Man River" played by Jimmie Connors and "Country Style" by Bill Reynolds. After much deliberation I chose an instrumental by Orian Niehuss and Dennis Harlowe, followed by Joanne Scott's rendition of "Mule Train." A newsboy, Whom I recognized to be Bob Burgess came in shouting, "Extra, extra, read all about it!" Warren Jaun- sen and Dan Lester return safely to earth after rocket ship excursion to the moon." I saw the pictures of their arrival taken by staff photog- rapher, Grace Molineux, and read Diane Cow- ard's thrilling account of their adventures as told to her. I read in lVliriam Cale's Hollywood Revue that Mary Martin was in Washington for the World Premier of her latest release "South At- lantic", based on the best seller written by Betty Grimstead. My spaghetti had arrived but I couldn't eat until I had seen what had hap- pened to my favorite comic strip characters "Pencil Louie" and "Mourner Lisy" written by cartoonists Beverly Farr and "Jinky" Ferris. After eating I hurried back to my suite at the Burkhalter-Gale Hotel to get dressed for the inauguration ball. All too soon my date, Bob Hope, Jr., arrived to escort me to this gala event. Imagine my surprise at seeing his Chauf- feur Jodie Lee! I learned from him that Mari- anne Mitchell and Shirley Freeland were rais- ing rare butterflies for collectors and that Tommy Thoroughman was Professor of Astron- omy at Agnes Scott College. At the ball, I found more Richmond Alumni. Barbara Mor- ris, now married to a preacher and proud mother of nine boys was there. fShe had left her boys at home under the stern supervision of professional baby-sitter, Ethel Wright.J Bar- bara informed me that Barbara Bannester, Vir- ginia Bowe and Nancy Marshall were working on a cure to make sneezes silent. Ann Culpep- per, who sacrificed her career in the fashion world, has become a proficient aid to her law- yer-husband by helping him write Last Wills and Testaments. Connie Marsh, instead of be- ing a chemist, is also a minister's wife. At this moment, Kay Wooten, the advertising manager for Lynne McMichael's Easy-Does-It Brass Shiner Company, came over and spoke. She surprised me saying that Ray Newman was a clown in the Eitner-Still Circus, and Donald Hite was a tobacco auctioneerf' These last statements brought tears of laugh- ter to the eyes of both Louise and me. "Gosh, Betty," remarked Louise, "people are really doing crazy things these days. Did you know that "Punk" Scales and Jane Eubanks are raising turkeys on their nine hundred and twenty-eight acre farm? Wanda Ward and Ann Hankinsou both have married prominent Philadelphia business men and Marian Hay- good finally got married, to a dare-devil stunt pilot at that! Oh. yes! Duane Grice is a trav- eling salesman for Leroy Gilstrap's class ring company . . . Pity! We're getting ready to land at Bush Field . . . Fasten your safety belt please, we're coming in for a landing." Betty, I'll be watching your T. Y. show tonight. "Augusta, U. S. A." Be sure and wave at me!" "Okay, Louise. I sure will. This trip has been great! But I must run so that I u'on't keep Mayor Billy Fair waiting. He'll want a full report on Sam's inauguration." Bye Now! BETTY DEM PSEY ANN CULPEPPER ETI WAIAJ Y X fuelwfal Mum! Q A 75? 1 .IL ' i' 7 .3 9 if f my - 1 I' , Danny Cashin Donald Hite Sue Berry Miss Virginia Smith OFFICERS President ...............,, .,,...,. I 'PANNY CASI-IIN Vic-9-President... ..,.,, ,..., DONALD HITE Secretziry-T1'eas111'e1' .,,,,,,, ,MSDE BERRY Sponsor ,,,,, ,, ,WMISS VIRGINIA SMITH 27" ,W :I fs 'ri ,li Lcft to riirhti Seated: .ing .Iunv Cl':1wfm'rI, Sim Ifulvlier, Fannin I'Izivi1'mI. Kntimriiw Euilvy. Donziid Hilo. Huy Allmi. Sui: Iierry, i"l'AllIL'l"S Ilclt. lioinlxy Adams. lim' Ilile. Stzmdinpg: Iiunny Cushin, Miss Smith. X111 -1 1 W-5, 0 ehpfllyl 40115 I I 'ww '11111'vs 11911 i1111'-i11-1'hie-f 11i11111'1-11' ,-X 'D- Ev -f , an 'v 1 u.- f' 1-. 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Peggy Smith. ,- fffb .fefeek Nunn Slwrvin xllhllitfillg I-Idiiwr If 'I'vrx'y l'x1I1w1qwr Sports Editm' ' V " Sllvrrill K+-Hy 1'n1'uw11isI V L .Inv Hvynnlnis I'huLug1':1phvl' I'Y1lThl1I'1i lkvrmil .Xsmmvintc Hditm' " .In .Xml .Iurvd I-R-axL111'vQ - 1 J lhltty DPIIIIYHBY I'e-rswllnls "tg REPORTERS AND CONTRIBUTORS nl? ' .lmly Iiruwll. I..-n Vhznvis. .I-mn Framf lm' 2 mul. Nlnlv-3 mmm-lu. Iuuxlmrza l'1Iz:vI'ul:i, 1 lmrwrlxy Fruzie-V, f"I'14Ih'w5 llvtt, XX'yu1.m Lilllllb, .lvzmne NIL-l"q11'l1n1ul. I14u'bqur'z1 Nl.. Kw, .I:111vl1I11lvny. Kf'ithl'ri11rw. llill Il.uu1fhutl1:mx. .In Ann Stull. Nanny Sil- lwrl. Edna: Smilly .lznluw Smith, .Xnn Q 'I':lx1k:-rsly, Iilimln-tlm 'I'h.rmgNm Karin'- XYUUIQ-U. .It'1HHlb'YI" XVil1'hvI' .Iunv l'r:m'1'ur1i, .I lf Hull, l'I41'll!i"' rv I'-,am-1115. .Xml I'--lv-rf, Ilvrrj: S--uuuim v BUSINESS STAFF Mary .Kun Hukln-y lrusin-An Mzlrmu-Vx Ilvvwrl.-y IZr.mdvnlmx':. l'u'w11lnlwn Nluxmun-V Adveriusung Solncitorsz 10111:-lm lluuhum, Ilzmn lwquw---R .Xuaw Il.11'nlm. Xl.ex'1:nn Ilwyxmnll .Xlllmm X-xdnly. Lux-ml iff-lvl, I-.uIv.ul.: Ihvmp- ff-11 ll .NI Sum .Xzlxu--1 ?n Mr. N-utr, .lunvt Nlnlluuy. .Imn l'muI'm'rl, Nllllfj' Sllhvrt. Wyman l.:nmlu. Hi. My f'!'4llllh, llmxn l'v:n'm-kl AI2ll'lllll lianypmul, .lu .Xllll .Izw-lvl, Maury Anna- Huh le-53 llurlrum Fitzuvrulrl, Nan-jr Alnrshull, I':arwl Tvnin-r, Ilurlrxnrn 'flmxnpswxx f'nun1v I3llI'llil!ll. Lvu Iflmvis .l, Il Hull, .In ,XHII Sum. Iivtly IIVIIIIISVX. Im: lmru IK-uuil. Bf'Yffl'lj' Iirnndn-nhuru, liilljv I--llllrlltlllllllll, Pl'v-lllivv lhmlxmlw Betty Scoguins. Ann Pmwrs. JP-Univ XX'yIle. Judy liruwn. KG-ith Vrinm-v. Nona ShPl'YiIl, Frunm-wr Hr'-ll, Tprry FlllPPPlN'I', Shvrrill Kvlly. AI:arp:zu'r-I Y1Il'lYl'llllL.ll Ann Hardin, Elizulwllm TIIOIHIWSUII. NH! pix-turpdl .hw Iiwyxwlrls, .Xml 'I'::nkwrflvy, l!:nrh.u':a Nlvliiv- x ,, t 1 s I ,T , 1 , rf ' .A '57 55.1 .4 '25 4 Ha, X ,.- 1 'N W if s 6 .1 X I f - S I i A Miss .Iaquelin llzirshzill Dzivicl Yoss Faculty Adviser Puhlislier and Editor 'pf 4-v -ff-. Y " . wma, . rfffn A nl'u1'i-ssionall :incl Iilm--rziry ni:lu.nzin1- ,nllnlisln-:I Ivy lhw- Q'i'i-ntix'i- XYVIIIIIQ rhiss uf tho .Inniur t'uII1-uw ul' ,Xngnsln nnmi tIi+' ,Xvznlf-iiiy ul' Ilivlinnvnrl VUIIIIIY. fi-niism'eiI Ivy tln- IEISII IIAINIIOXV. lu prnvixle- :I link Inftn.-vn thi- svlin.-I, Iii-mr. mul ,vmvmiliiry Iiy lll'l'Sl'IIIIIIL thv ich-:ls nniI iiilvri-sls of tho slum--nts :onli IIIVII' liivlnls Ilirnnuli l1nI1Ii- VIIIIUII ul slnmlvnt :ind 1lI'IIIl'HSIOIIIll nrilinu. SUVNII MFI" nppmurs in lhv I':uI!, winlvr :incl spring issnvs. th-' 1-nn-1' nf nAIiirIi is ninivrwriltvn Ivy .I. II. Wllitek Ilvpzii'lxiwiiI Slow. Imfl In riulilt 1 Sliirlvy Mrlli-ntli, llinnv Vnnnrxl, Ilnvid Yuba, I ailsy Admins, Peuzy lfnnk. Mui'- lllzl Iizirdun. .lininiy Iinrilin. X1-:il l'IinnrIli-r, f'Il1uries Ilmvn--ii. Ilan llnyi,-it Nut pirinrvdi LIIIIIIIIII Iuilni Hill Pvte-rs. UIICISUII. .Izixnvs Ikseiiy, WIIIIP Hrnlshsl Linda Wim. Pnl Ilndinv. em- N. o I f P , 9 K, . P i ll 100 Ili? I I Phi Theta Kzlnpn is un honor sm-ivty for .luninr Follegv students. Colnpurubh- In Phi lretu Kzippu in Senior Uulleues, this svlwlnsliv 1lilililllllt'lll ,uruup must hu YQ' nmintainvzl an uveruze of A or better. fm' the iirsl lhrvr- Senwslers of vvllegv work. Thus. unf- qnulifivs for imelinhersliili. liilll Swine Z5 years :nun thu lun-All 1-lmnlm-r nl' .Inninr ffnlh-ge Ill' .Xnunslu lwualn Io funn-- 4- 1, f" LPN lu riuht r' w - W N, I I lmvld Ynfa. If-ilu lihv-nv-1-. lhll In-wis. Hill llnldvli. Vunnif- Ilznvird. MV. liivh- zlrtliu OFFICERS Pre-sidelir IJAYIID VOSS YirPvI'rPsitlfent HILL HULIPI-IN Sem-rf-larry FHXNIIC IIAYIRII Trs-usurf-1' LI-IILA RHENICY l'uunm'il Mvmhf-r BILL LEWIS Sponsor MR, K, l.. lCH.'H.-XRIISUN 9 fefa fha 4 OFFICERS Presiflenl H, . ,. , JIMMY HAINES Vice-Pre-SidE11t .. ,...,,,.., . DONALD HITE Secretary ,, BARBARA. IJANNESTER Treasurer' , , .,.. NANCY MARSHALL Sponsor ,,,. , ., MR. G. 11. XYILLIAMS x by -1 5.-n 910 SQ 99? irp? . 3512 '2 ia. "l:'f:'Q, 5 ' 235 fi 3 51 55 '54 '1 Nl l ' . l ., l':llSy Allzuns, Willie Aclzlms, Vlmrle-s .-Xvxlrlmlmc-lw1'. Framl: Allrln-ws. Lmf llnllulwl. ff' 'L llll'llill'il llznlmlwhtew, .luamne llf-utliff. Sue llvrry, Hill llullvr. .loam llowv, lil-vu-rly + 91" lllillllll-'lllllll'2,, lluhhif- H'l'llQ,L19lll2lllll. llill lil'llllklllll'SI. Kllfllllll Valle, AlQll'llIllllLl Vzxrw. -Q, '? .luyvw tflanrk, Maury Ulaxrli, llznrlmrzl twmli. Murizlll Funk. I'ic'k4-ills tkmli, lliauw 1'uw4ml. W Nnury Vraulllm-k. Rlury .-Xlivwr l'1'uum'll. Ann f'lllllPlll'IQl', Helen .lt-'llll llunivls. l"l'1llll'l'S ' lliliv, lim: Ilocld. l'1-Lay llmvlima, .Xllll Ilyv, XX':1r1'911 Fzxglivr, Rosie lfevw, I-Im l"v1'1m11rlf1z. Virginian Ferris. llill Ifivllls, liliznlwtlm lflnlm, Sum l"lF'llllll1, Wlllil- .lvzun l-'lv'-lwlxmy ll21l'2iP Floyd, l'lll'l'lE' l"rnsier, llurotlly l"'l'2iSlt-'l'. llanruzzrvr llilwr. llanrrir-I Epps, llosauliml lllxittvr, .lulm Hmlin, Alalrlee llurclvn. .lmm-s llurnmn, limmlcl llilv, NYill'l'E'll .luunsmn Hl4'lllll'll Jennings. .lnnn .lllSlll'P. Slwrrlll li-Ally, lvzm mmm, Iinim,-s Lvstvr. Phyllis Luzmrln. f'ill'f7lyll Alugrluler. Janie Alkurlml, lfrvllSl?lIln'n' llzxrsh, .l,mw 1IIll'St'l'llIlli. Nzmvy Blmsllull, tlnncie Nle-rry, Ulzlire XIIHOF. AI2ll'l1lllllP llitvlxvll. llrnll -l Dlllllllll llitf' Mulim-ux. llnrlmral Blnvris, liurlulral Ann Murris, .lemme Rlurrisun, .Inv Elms.-l--5, .Mum Alum, l'lPle-11 Rlyric-li, Ilolrluv All-llonuld. Faro All-llunulrl. l':m-l Klvlilll--'zmyy nwlmm lmnneswr Swain Blvlillllurrzly. lfalyvf 3lt'Nlll'E'. illuriu Newsome, Muze-Ilrf Owens, Hill l'.11'l1'iLl:v Nnmw Nnrslmll l4'1'z111vvs l':ntl1-rscllx, Put Puylle. .llllllllY H.2IlllwPS. Jerry Ann live-se. Hifrtr-url-3 lllllwxcwxw. Fhaul Russ. .IIlf'klP liuunlrvv. llxllle Unrul hunrlers. .Kun hantvlwr, svlul 51:l1'lnul'Ull:ll. llll. G. ll. NVilliums l-'rzulves Sulzv. .lune Saws-ll, llill Simmons, .lezmette Strinul-'r. Yiruiniu Sllllll, l':lr1'x-'in Swuiu. 'l'ummy 'l'lmru11ul1n11lu, Amxelyn XVall, F1ll'l'lE'SllllP Nllultull, l'1g-lv XYl1:11lP3'. Lindam XYl1illle. .Inu-li Wiclne-r, Nun XVilliums, Dolvres Yuunzlmluml, llil-lmvl zll4'liPl'. SF vm fir if Zclbfy 'I'I1P G11l1I I2 511111-ly was 1'1111111I111I In 19211 111111111 II11- s111111s111'sI1i11 nf I'1'11Iess111' Iirml BI. .XIII-'II, Its IIIIIAIIOSH is to 1'1-1-1111112-1 111-I1i11v1'11111111 111111111: .Xl'illll5'IIIY se11i111' Imys 1-I1111'111-11:11 111 s1'I111I111'sI1111. 111111 111 tI11'1:-- 111 II1-: IHIII' 111-1115 111 ls-a11IP1'sI1111, RIIIIICIIQN IIlIlIlLII'j'. 111111 1'1lI1+-1' s1'I11111I 111111 1'11111111!111izy .11'1ivi1i-fs. I,1AI1 11- 1'1:I11 II11.1111- I21'111- 5.1111 IVI--111111- Il'-11.1I-I IIII1- In-11 l'I1:1'.1x IC1I lZ111'I1I1.1l1v'1', IIIII1 I1'111..l11111111 IZ,11111-N4 XX1111.111 l..1111I1 . Kat X .- i"'X XII I II.XlLI1ICS ll, f'IlIIIlI,I'I 511111151111 gzbf . 'fc07mQ 061296 GIRLS ACTIVITIES MEDAL The Girls Activities Medal is ai recogni- tion for service and partiripzition in the various phases of school life. While it is not primarily an academic nwm-:I nevertheless a recipient must have main- tained an average of eighty in at-acleiiiic' subjects. In addition to the academic re- quirement a student must have earned points, total of ten in athletics, school leadership and active inenihership in sf-hool organizations that have been up- proved hy the Honors Committee of the Faculty. XVhen Academy of Richmond County became it co-educational institution in September 1950, the Honors Connnit- tee realized the need for recognition of outstanding girl students. The Girls Activities Medal was proposed and ap- proved hy the Favulty, The first awarrls were inside during' the spring term of 1952. YS' 6 11.111 llinne- t'owurtl, Gran-0 RIOIIIIPIIX. Virginia It-wus Hui lin. V, I IILlI'IHIl'Il Iilllllli-'SIPII Sue llervy 1 Culpepper, llznrh:1r:u Morris, Patsy Admins, Roseuian l PNP X1 no . FA 21102512 K Mew S? - ' . .f Q fa' 1 A N. x .I 'R N. vtly .Xlkinsun .xllll llixwn Xnu .Xlsum Ii, .I XX'I1ilnkv1' Int .Xllimlwm Nun-5 linxwr- Prwidu Slrzullsf Illxh -- 1'rv-:wh llnrullvy' llzcrkf-x' l'nhhl-- Nhfrwh I hun Vnfml Num w AI:11'Nh IillSi1Hmn1y, 1:.-r.ll1hh'- Inllllnvv Xlznry XYIxiI:1kvx' I.m'H.l Suv ft Xhfry Arm rum-5 .lllllvf 'I':mn.'r I :Ally Irmxulwvy .lih1mj.'l'.ll1!ml' Iwzun-fs Hmufhm Im l'.:rvf-v Iwlvzn I-Ianrl llnrtwm Iiill Svilllx-Ill Xlnrllln 4lYl'l'IIl241l 41:-hw 1311551111 Nhirlq' Nash I.11wlip llliwml Xlnrunrvl Fwhlr 1'h.11'hJy .Xlxvlvlsml huth Ann Imzivr Ililly Nnrris 'ell Hush Jimmy linrflih lwilix lille-Ixf-5' H+-lvl! Huylv 4 rm-e Molinvux Neal fvhillldlpl' Illhel Wriuhl .Ive lvukvs Xhlry f'ulh.4,-my laws Lllnmhe Iluglxvs Xian: Iwnu lI.u-fkhxs Anrwm Liv.-ly l'nhn1.- WX--:+I W..hlPr Fihln-rt M1 luhi-I PZ,wl'lml'.v I, KIm'!'iN N.cl'i,vl1 Slllilh Um t'u1ll-1-ppm' I'iXiv Vuvlvfa Inrir llnmlmzlul VH ill' XVJIIYJH '- Pjuufllin Ihfvkum Ilslrry Hrrlzell XMI! Hvufva-1' 60 I I 72 Cl! 1 1'.uI'vvl5'l1 l'1'l1lU'H 5llll'1vj' Imlilwllr-r OFFICERS Slurlf--. Fun-1-lanlvi ,l.4I1lv- Allllqllll , .xl.lI'I.lllIl" xhv-r..h .x1..,-y 11.11.-1. Vhlllllvh """F"""" "mm 'W l1,m'l,,-uw Sllhl-M-11 Shnh-y lim-xv YI-1' l'l'f'rill1'l1l IIILV I 1Illll'I Slxlriv-X 4'l1l'l'm'Il Nun.: Sh'-H111 Surf-vs-l'x l!lC'l"lN Ill UPN! I Hail I:u1'lh'1r1' .I.uk1-- Smnh Slmmm. MH, 'ln 3 'KIM , l'IlIn.1 Sdlhllll XLIV5 Slmvh .l.al1wx SXN'lIl1Hu- XI,4l'::.1'vI Y.lI'lvrull"I1 1':u'wl'- XI l'.-.hm-k .Inhn Axmlh-xxllirv .lv-rry I'.ruluN I'.lul.n llvnm- .xllll Iiv-lwrls SXIXISI lifluurrlf l':n'uIyh lhwlirk .Xlzurlhzn Smifh lillzgm.-ll: Suulh I"'::y Smith Hnlly Ilnll .Iv-:mv-tl-1 Slrinuvr l'..x'm--n .I-lnninuf Sm- In-rry iixwm hwn Purley' Iimmhnry Ifr-r-fv Hvm- .l"hIlrUIl I!m'lmz'z4 I:2Illlll"l4'l4 If'r.em.-- Hvflr .lamp Wx'-In .Xlia-V lrulwxn Myrl .Xlhnmlvr Mrs. Xflklf' Marin' Luxhh Williv- Arianna Vhylliw Hurlleltef Vullllif' Ilnyvs Iivuniv I"ulfh+-r .Imm Imm- XI1k- Zuvk-Ar Mary liliznlwlh .lulnnffm lirxwblinu Hll'kNllIl rwmniv Huuin Vlxxsrl-'r llyrvl .llllvf lhnlill Xlnrivwif- Iiurzzuuy Ilou:-1' Sululwrsulx l7vx'wl'ly I":nl'l' ,Xml lbyw 9 lfllll' Q: KJV ,x f-. 5 Tu. I QS Illly Watkins, .lame lGulmnks nnlnelx .Ine lieyuolmls, Clzlllclv IIa1r1vm' Illlx 4191.11-11, .l:l0lilL Inu! SPIN Xu IIS Wilson, lmunv l"l!-lllll, liil-lmrcl 'l'imm4 J 'DJ-Ja: FH OFFICERS l'l'vsi1l1'lll .l.Xl'Kll-I IIUHICRS Vim'-l'l'1'si1I1-Ill Y.XI.lWl l'U0l'l'fll Q1'l'I'l'liIl'j' IIUY .XNIIICIISUY 'I'1'vns11I'1-1' ILXNNY VASHIN '4'l'lhl'ilI'l MISS .VXNI-I ICVILXNKQ H 'Misc f 1 1' 13' ' 57' V . we ? 5 1, .Z lmnny Cushin June Eulmnks .fbi fefkl Q KMA 1 'w wig -. - OFFICERS l'r-.4-ui'-nr n.l'Y xI.1'llHl:sn X'iw1'I'1'-Jflwl'-ll! l'll KXIPLICIK .XILNIII S--nz'--l.1r5 JIMMY ,XIH-IIIT1 'I'1w,1x11xwAr' l'IC'l'Ii NIANLI X tillmillyy -num Vhzey-lzun KI-INXICTH 1'lrI'l Ii N'l':1-.ml:nl-Arms IZIQVVI-I .IUHIL can Q 1 1q.,,,,Mr, 4-.wh Su .'.- xx, .1,. rr Miss .MNH XYILI N 'Q-1 -lf ' Mm nv ' F4 1 In-it In Ixllil! muy .Xlvl'l1r-rsmx. VHP AIiilll"'f.1lllHIllY Auvrlnll. Kvllllvlll lumix, lull HH!-len Jzlw- XXV-az f'h.m1l1f-1' .Xrnr1r, f:IYI'f!"Il Huff. llruw- .Il'I'll.lIl N111 pafvurwl IAm:m xylllldllli HVIID Snllfly, .Iv-rm S1-hum IH I 790 . Qym 1 OFFICERS I"1'esicle-:il ., .CONNII-I HAYIIIII LOUISE XVARDLAKY ,UMAI-IIAX HILI. ,, , .IMAX HILI. Sweetheawt . , XIII. ANIIYS XYILSON Vice-Presidelit, SE'f'TQf2ll'f' , Tl'E'2ISI1I'h'I' , X nrrnff M' 'Lv' ' i I A fs- I I 3' I 1 I Marian Hill Joan Hill QP ' -, 1 I , 4 Y-U Clllllllff II:Ivi1':l ,Xnuus Wilson Lriuisv XY1ii'rlI:uw Ss-ulvcli lizilio IIiII, Vumlyii l,v.uy. Xlqirilvn II wixI.,'1'i Maivy .Inn Ihsvy. Nlnrizun IliII4 S.:rxI I"I-'mi-vm' .NliII'j' Wliilauliw. .lzunf-I Smith. I.u'1iv- XI.'.+xwII:n-. Sun- H! 1 .Xnn Oxnv-r, JIIII4' Nlpril IQ. Ijw-mimi II nu-Il Slsnulinuz ,Imam IIiII, Kaillilvr-I1S1mII1..lu11,-1'1':mI'--1-'I Am. Im-ull, N I. I-ix-I I lllffyfl 2 1,g: -I -,rn f,I'IIw' I'.,.,I,I I, .I r' Iv ,I - I:n-IX-v- I.--v11.Ir-.M I I III.. 5' - 4, . rl T - x.-.-, -rn , -v' I. I-H r l Io I' 'II 1 If I I ,S rv II II I XX II N1-'..I rIn1'.I'z '7 OFFICERS I I ulvm I-'Il XX! I N III II X1 II-Wxrlfm NIIXX In I rx SIlII1I.IN III I Ir IIII I .IXNI XXIIX Sw-I1-UI XIIIS XI.XI1Y I ll IXI I I I - IIII' fI,.1I,I 4II.I'.m SIIIIII-' Ilw- ,I.IIw XVI'-'Il X X 1 Mrs 1 p , QF. Q '. . - Iillvn llznflfunl jj F!! bzrfwz f f ul OFFICERS President , , , , , LHILITA SXYI-IXI' 'Vice-P1'esidvI1t FIQANFIES HI-ITT Sen-1'e-tzlm' A NONA SHEIIYIN TI't'2ISllI'E'I' . . .XXX SMITH Sponsor MRS. I'II.I.EN H,X.IlF1,JIUI I.0I'iIza Swv-fu! F1'21hvv+ II'-KI 1 . W 4 ' A2 7 : 5 1, X I 0 N .e ,N - - -. , 4 : , 1' xfig:." L, S: "N ,--S, A ' X ' y Jr , f T5 X . Noun S1lF3I'YiI1 Ann Smith .' , l.n'II Irv l'I"lVI' I1 Slllilh. Nwnm bln-rxin. l"rau1-vs H'-H. l,mxr.w Sm-,qv l srrvlyll l'v:u'm-k, .Lunv NYl'vH. Xlzw, ll.ull'wVrl. .Um Ihw-nn Vu'- znhvllm .Ivvl1nxun. .f r' lfkllly Jff' ro 1 ,xx X XS' W X s 4 N 32 xx N, s r 4-4 .D I-f ' A . ' A 4' ,- l.f.v rw 11 in XXx ,.m1..w:w ,l X' I.f'- 1,-v 1?..1nx '.Iwl.".'1w11I. 4 ml mmm- I-.-I I-wxxlxlmlv-41' Illmn- flllll' li'-NIJ rlwrv Ifsrh lulg.-g-wr IV.-tul I 1:1 liz' ll'-xw-14l Xl.mrv-- w'vl'.l-I-1: lmwu I www Iiwlwv-I rw!! .I1-lrlmj. XR-HJ: I,-v-l.ll:'. Im "1' . 1'-11.5 'V I,"'1x'. I'hr,ix' Xlllhwl' Nil ml I-ww.-N l.wl,r-n 'IU wx -. HH U1ii1v":1 L. ,I1-ww XI'n-4v I.,,ryx lam,--rv I"-ml Nllllr l11ItSmHIu Xklll--z' Ilwvwwl lim Um-.ar 'D--w-1 ' Nm: l..nlg1lw Nfu.4zfit mlwxx-'I1l'lIIm li-wx Suv M-v1,.Yl xx-pm LW-qt, 5111? 11l.!. Hy- l+w1w'-21 .: 4. ' Q9 N X? ,- -. 1. ., X X -ks -4 1144 ' 'cf- Q--. ll" OFFICERS Il 111 IH XY'1'Nl.XX I,.XXI'1 Xu' Il- 1114 rn! lil-IIIILHI-I SIIHZHI' S111lAlX IIl'.XNlC lLllIl'r, lr nm 1 ILXXII1 1.,Xl.V-. fhfpllm I-II' l1I'llli.XI,'l'l'III "Ho-'nxmr-'ntAXl'1xw 'Hal Id l'T'l,I'l'II'I'IiIK 1 x lm'virl42:11w Tvlrj.fjullyw-1111-lr lwm I1 Nlillirnn Herman Rowell Dennis Harlow -Q W4 34 M 412' W J, ' I Tl I . 35 ' , CEI 1 .Y K .. I 5 I , - W 1: 9 , ' ' , X' -f ff M ' I ,, f '-'Q i' Jodie Lee Captain Brown Zlj 005,01 e OFFICERS lst Semester President .,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. PETE YVHATLIQY Vice-President ....,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, B ILLY F,-xii: Secretary ,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,, H ERN,-XN ROXYELL. Treasurer '.,. ..... ....,.. O I MAN NIEHUSS Chaplzlin ..,,....,.Y,,,.,, ,,....,, , WBOBBY XVHITE Sergeant-at-Arms.,CH.-XRLES CLAXTON Sponsor ',.,, ......,..,..,,,,.,.... C APTAIN BROXVN OFFICERS 2nd Semester President ,,,,......,,,,,,,.,, HERMAN HOWELL Vice-President ,,,... ,,,,,,,,, T OMMY HARRIS Secretary ............,,,, CHARLES CLAXTON Treasurer ..,................... DENNIS HARLOW Chaplain ......,..,,,..,....,.,........,,,,,,,. JODIE LEE Sergeant-at-Arins ..,. SCOTTY LANGHAM Sponsor ..........,,,.....,.,,.... CAPTAIN BRONVN ""i.n Left to right: Ed Riddle. Charles Kll1lllgSYX'D1'l1l,H8lll Holland, Jodie Lee, Billy Ashe, Tummy Thor- -,lu gh mu n. Charles Claxton. .Iimmy Pirkle. Orian Niehuss. Dennis llxirluw, liulrlwy White. Jimmy Holden, Scotty Lililghillll, Ray Newman. Billy Fair, Tommy Harris, Herman Eitncr. Captain Ili-own. Herman limrell, Vlnrk IH-rv ry, Pete Wliutley. Stewart Phinizy, Bziyliszs UllI'lllaUll. Not pictm'ed: Swain lik-Elmurray. FJ I1 M lkfzlmn f.Yf?J fi' sa , ' 19- 2 Y I f f 1 ' f , Q lf 0 Ihmuld Nite Vlmrlvs llmx r-I1 Ilmllvy Ilznilwl I.1u1n5'II:1rrisnl1 I1iIlyl.:Aw OFFICERS OFFICERS Ist SVIIIPSIVI' -mi Svnwstvr l'l'e-sidexlt IPIINALII HIT!-I . I'rw5imIe-nl llll.l.Y LAM' Vive-l'I'esi4lvI1l l'lI.XIiI,ICS IIUXYI-IX r 'I' Yin 1' I'I'I'SIlll'Ill lIl'l7l,I'I'x' RAIRII St'L'l'Q'I1nI'j' 11l'1vl.I:Y Inman' 'N' s.-.-I-.-wry nm' HARRIS 'I're-zerllrvr LANNY IIAIQIIISUFQ 'l'I'v,-,x:l11'm'1' HEY HITPI VIIZIIIIAIIII I1Il.I.Y IAXY I'Impl:Im ROY SWANVY SIIIIIISUI' SI-IILGI-I.XN'l' NII'I.I,l5.5 Spnllrm' Sl-IIUEICANT Ml'l,I,INS Sum-II1n-.Irl XIISS .I.U'KIl-f NIl'IlIl.XX If . .v 4 T' " N' I, : F' f "" L ' x ,I I I I ' . I fx . f -, A lag., I xx ,xx X. E .LJ X by , G N Q' 1 v' , X - .Q Q A Q fl .I f I , " ' Q ' if 'V f 4 I Ya-. ' 'I I ' X , xxx X x - rl y . I f J' . 1 , Sx4I114-1'Nmx:Im l 'lI"k"'M"""1'? 'Sm' p,,h,h,.,4 X Hy1'zuIuSilllliills Icflwm-.1 xI...,.1X X f lfvllm' Ilzlulvl' .limmv ILIIIIM SHUI l"l"'I'iIUl uHH.:A,, 'hm VH IZvm':1-M:ol'sn'll:xlk lim 5g,,11,,,- Iire-wk Ilrighznn Ilanmiyliislw-I1 Sum Muff A I-P IlrryII:urris Ile-x' Ililv Ruy Sxxznm-5 Sul Mullin:- 0' ff ff O - . U X' 4 , + P f lf r QZMP Z- P Betlyfleiiipsey .Ia-zilieltf-S11'ili:ei' l1zli'lu11'z1liui1iie-S J g fe? 273 if '51 5' ,.- ,. 5 . N OFFICERS Pre-Side-nn , BETTY U1-JMPSEY vice-P1-esiflem BARBARA BANNESTEI: Q Sec-retaryw. ,, JEANETTE STRINGER Treasurer ,, ,ROSEMARY FEESE lf' 5 X , Chaplain, . ,. , ,..... ..., . ALICE OGDEN gk Sponsoix. , MHS. PAULINE STEVENS Iiose1iizii'yFe-ese AlicE02dQ1i M1's.Steve11s is Un wall: left lo l'lQZlll7JlllkY Ferris. llzirris-l Epps. l'ntsyNeSmitl1. Beverly Smith, Vnrul In-umm, Alum lmvif. Il.-. lwrtn fwuwford, Willie Adams, l"ruxu-vs lhitlewsoli, Svizzunue- Curswvll. Sealed: left to ri,'.:lit-Nun NYilliums, Put Swain, .loam Strilllillk. Cluirv Minur. Putty Zlll'l'lllil, Pansy .Xilums Nl::ri,zn Fools, Num-y Murshnll, Mairialiuiu Fillll, ll:1l'l1u1':l Morris, Ann f'lllllE'llllPl', llevvrly liiuiiimlviilu-i':, llvlon Riy- rick. KutI1eriue Hailey. Gail lDul'uis. Putty Strung. Officers: left to rigl1tARoseniui'y Fewse, Alive Ogcle-ii, Hairlmru Hainiwwter, lil-ily lu-iiipsifjr, .li-Juxiwitl-1 Striuzvr. Nut pic-tiim-di Glenda l'rim'k, Kay Woolen. Av ix . 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XIAIII N 'O R 5 Q ,- X "' 13 an J H 1 l J X n min I.uw.- NIzw1'yNI:urlil1 RIr.XI:1flH1 OFFICERS President ,,,,, ,,,,,,, , . HSYLVIA EDXVARDS Vice-President. .,.,.....,,,,, ,BEVERLY FARR Secretary ....,, ,..... ...., . -X NNELLE NEWTON Treasureix... . ,,.., JOY BEDDINGFIFILZH Sponsor ......, WMISS JANE HEARX 0 :grew 4 3- 2 Sylvia Edwards Beverly Farr Auuelle Newton Miss Hearn l Left to right: Ilnzel 1'rivv, Cmolyn Vzxuglni. I-'nyc MuNul'e. Peggy Smith, ldlizulwlli Thompson. .Xnm-tie Ifrierson, .Ivy Remlslinufiuld, Juan lluzvlrius. .Kun llyv. T:myu Vonljergvn. Huhllie Mvllonzulcl. Vlllllllv llugvn. llc-tty Jump, Sylvia Erlwaruls. Mnrianmiv Mill-lu-ll, ltcvvrly Fanrr, Shirlvy lfrevlzmml. Shirley lmsllwtlm-1', Q, f"'7.. pfl?'AIIlllZ f ff rabbi , I , f 1 TA" 'ffif ' '+ --f Akin ' - I L I .I I I I JI' II i J' v I,'-l'! In l'i:I1l' I.1-Hy 1.11mfl.-.HL Imxxn I-an-41-I. 1.1-1111.4 X.1I, N' I1 .hm 11...-x I.1! I.mlm--, Xlznllamlm II".III1, .Izum- riull Ilmwslluy Nlzurlm. 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Herrin-li llurlmm, .Inseph Bennett, Jimmg Connor, Jeff Crout, Bill Reynolds, Prentice Peabody. Gene Gibson, Swain Nc-liluuirrny, Leighton Bourne, William Fields, Jimmy Gregory, Douglas Tsa-horn. Rouulrl Wriglit Not pic-lured Jimmy Feuuell, Jimmy Glaze. Jerry Harden, Danny Ward, Bobby White. 4 2 v'f'!"f'ff' 784144- 0 920' I 899'-9,4 I H 4 I I I I-ffffs-4 'Iva'-afa1 .4441 f9P15'?' fraffizfk -ff-91.-n ff- ,f-1 1 gm! I If-2-225 35' - nl 9-'-I ,-' ,..-Rf '54 ,,, 1 'r I I ,f 5 , . uf' F if 4 reef-1" MV-sf I H p - , 5ff'v"'n I ' I? Q9 X 5-44- f4?555 I4 3519? 'I ifnfai 'I'-'QTNT X 354,11 N .n',"n' - 7, f5"I - I -Y jfs ,J-a E. 7 14 I.:-ll IU H4111 Sf-.rt-'-I XI.vv'14v1m1m II-IMI: l'fi.m.- KII Illlf. Nmw. XI.nNII.II. I.,nzlv,Ir.I I liz--v..IvI I1-'III-x XI. I'I'n.4IrI 'I'.v:: .I X'--xmlwr,-,xr Im. 1: IIHII, I--I l'.m111I 5.11-f' IX:zz.-'vw I' I'l' 1'-111: I--My I' ul X l',H Iiwlzllv I'l1I'. IAIIII-II.lII X'.1', XILI. 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T 'M- X1-e-I'1'-fsiwl--lxt IP.-XXX'X I'IC.X1'U bw www-!:41'y XIIXIIY IIICLICN I'IIII.I,II'S, .-nr! IZHIZIGIIL XI--IHLX.-Xl Iv 'I'r'v::lxlll'-fx' XIAIIX' .XXX f'1lSI'.X 4 gmxuswl' Hlhh I1llIlfVI'IIY II.fXI.IZIiIl'I' 0 Iiullhu Xlrllnlhllll H4115 .X1u1f'us+-'y Miss II:nI II f gg and flea of l ffofay 'G' , ,Q ., ,X el 1, 1 'Q 'Z J 1 f -xi OFFICERS Robert Walton Michael Zucker Rufus Maloney - Master Councilor ...., ROBERT WALTON Senior Councilor ,,,,,.,, RUFUS AIALONEY Junior Councilor .,....., .MICKEY CliOL'Cll Scribe and Treasurer. MICHAEL ZUCKER l 5 'l 'Y' 3 -if 4 f p-X , 1 Lf' , . 1 s 1 1 . .wr 4 Q-I A ,..-.- Left to right: Dennis llurlow, Jules liodin. Mivlme-I Zum-leer. Roller! Walton, liufus Alailun- vy. Alivkvy Crouu-li, llilly Rilllllillllllllllll. Emlwnrd XVHII, .limmy Uunnur, llnr- vey Levy. .ltlrry llm.msl1m'sliy. rf 'JAP gf flf2z'f11!?'zfe fohlcah' 1 f 1 f Purposes of the Distributive Education K OFFICERS Club: f f Prpsident HENRY XVILSOTI 1 -- - . w . .,. To Piiroiiraige the use nf liiuli elhirail ff x1U?'Pl'5'Sld'?llY f H-'XRLIIU HOW lam slziiidairds iii business f Svc'relzii'y HEVEHLY FAR!! To fogtfr zlddiwii qeeliiiu 111'-illifely-ix'il Q T,-,3u5u,.,?,. HXYEN MOCK social xiii iii-mi resimiisi vi 11195 I-i Y Q , . , ., . , . ,1 i business ui slifiety, Nmnim Mus' ht IA 1' Tl RNUX To dpve-lop lezidershiii iii 4-luli :imtiyi ries und iii the Iiwld 'if disirilviz- X liun. X rg -at xx 'Q X 7, V ' Y v A 'l X 1 X 3 X 'J ' . f' V ' f ,I B Y Q xx y 1 1 l- 1 .. i J , , ,l -1 ' A .5 Q. . Q L Q 1 X - l X f I " V 1. -a 3. W f X xx . J Q I 1 46 Ji? Xxx X ' sv - 4 . , 1 X V . + f xx. A , 9. N ff x 'I l I f X . 1, gy If , 7 4 ff . 9 -' i' 3.1 L. X X ' f em ,f X fi' . X X s ,' X K ff xx Qt-, A I V, N X 9 9 " -' 1 X , 1 . - ' , X 4 -. f 'X ,bfllx P . ,N , , . X N if x K in , 1 P X , xx - .F I N ., x ea Q- N X .qv X ff X v 1 X ' I Nlviiilwrr, Henry Wilson liarlvarzi .lviiii Sliirlvy. llziy lmwiif-y. Sybil Vzlrn. Fraser flnrs-, Hwvn Mm-k. Jimmy , ljlgu,-k4ruii+1. Sliirlvy lY:ilkiiif, Lziiimiit Ediiuiinlfori. ll'-rvruwlv HUllC'l'lSUll, f'li:il'lie- l.uwl-ii. l's-url Xlims. Fr-df-i'iil-Q Hr-rmle-ii. Luiw XYgllrlrfm, Terry lllqilkiimii. Ha-vvrly Vzirr. Jimmy Farris, liairluirn Szivziuo-. lliifly Lfiwiy..liizm.lli:li1v-, I.-nu Vrfx. llziiiiiy l.:iSure-, llelty .lu Shirlvy. 41?'l'l'y NNN:-all, livtly .Xliii f:l'IYP'l'. l-lgirulfl Smith. llzirriell lindcvrs, lmiizild llznis. Willie Wfimh. Nlv'IInlie'l'r noir whim ll William :xIll1Pl"'Ul!.x'll'Ull1lll Berk. Phyllis ltr-lklfly. Lnvszriie ltlm-kslriiie-. Xlzii-juriil llfmliziiii. .l. V. llrmiri, Nlnsw Allpn lvzivis, Ray llillmzin. lwiie- Forrlliaim. .lfiziii Fri:-ks. Helly Ann tilm'vi', Ollie- lliilh lflsulflv-ii, 3lz1i'irvi'i-1 lfluwiirfl. Hairliaru Nlvlirirlv. litliffmcc- Morris, .luyiv Ami llru'k+-r, Laiurai liuwv. ff. .2 . Y' . . ffff QQ 1z'6lfJyfcff j0i6' 1617162-T 1 lffllllfllff Uv.: ' 'A Y - - -' wf . -, ' 1 ' Lille.. 515' j- 'Ag gm' - . A , 5-,31:,m:e 3 - W' .f f if-..-WA ..,i.,. 1- 'L . . g,, -1 - i 'Nm 1 e new If A 2.1-X.'gQ" I , ,4"g,z fj'fff-yt "Eff r' .. ' - ' v 14 W. fu- fi fx . 'QQ we " 'AR-R 5 Y -L ,DEL K ' . 5 A-.,.,4iJ?.v . gi- -Y exe, YAKVV t . T .Y F L - ' fre V 5, If l ' x ff .Y V, -' fi , 2 ' A 'M ' g L- ,U , 'Yea'-:f':'1 -' K- "bf" xf,!?t'1x?4 'T ,n Q," ' 4 ,, r I 1 fx Q . , " .ax ' ' ' xl X Ou .Ai fi " Le-ll lu right: llerherl Dean. Cllurlilg Lass, l-'rank Lzlnier. ESIOII XVHII, Chusley Parrish. Lawton Julues, Ronnie Ainersbn. Ruben Sliesteix Milton Sellenrs. Ed Crowe, Paul Feuzell, Jerry Reese. Gnry If-riusoii. Robert Christian. Ben Tuinpkins. Carlton Bon hum, Joe Roberts, Uunny Wurd. Juliain Reese, Allun Sliesler, Phillip Michael Mr. Hardy. Not pictured: C'hu1'1es Wolfe. XYulter ll. Grunt. Kfarl Wzilker. Edward Hlackstmie. Jessie A Sims. OFFICERS P1'esideut,... ,,., .. ,..., I-IERBER1' DEAN lst Vice-President , CHARLIE LASS 2nd Vice-President . FRANK LANIER Secretary and Publicity Agent, .IESSIE SIMS Sergeant-:lt-A1'ins, ., HGARY BHINSON Mr. Hardy Sponsor. .,.. . MR, GEORGE HARDY if fi , IIZPIIQP PKIFAFJ 1 .ffm 11111 fll, Z . 5. Q h ...mfg v'g,,f I -nf , I : 'V-S 5 1- V 4.-J - I .f I--11-1.1 I" I1.-I1H:-- II.'I lb-I .I11' SI-xx-'II NI.f1y lr.Ix1- ,Imm XI.I5 IQI',:,-'I ILM- 'Shu-I.I I'IlIII Il'-,1I'.xI Hlmvm ,I.n'-xI-I N.IvI-+wHv1.II SIIIVII' I'-ellnvlfx, lfvll:-I XK'1l:IxI SIIIVI:-j. 'I',nI'Ixl1 vi., su, IIN- x1.IV1,Irnn.I l',::4- Ihxfrlx I?1,wpIlf-lxI.I1l':, XI.n'y .XIII 'ln-11.1 I,m Im XX!.vvl- X116 liglimlx QI:u1r,4 XYi1v-II: ,Ivw '- KY'-,IH XI.Il5 l'I.I1'k NJN XYxl11.Iww l',III14i:4 SXXJIII l'--nIII-- NI.I'XIl If .I .uxwlfll .I-wry .Xlmv Ilw-Nw IMI Ihnrlvx X-Iv pl- rm ,Ill i'Ir-' X-IX"-III Iw,X1:nf- S11-rw:-I1-f .I.I,ImII.' 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Jackie Halford. Mziriunnu IfE'llth. Freidu Strauss. Ann Skinner. Cecile Wullnwe. Gerrv Jackson. June Graves. Caroline Usry,Ani1 Roberts. Jeanette Fnclle. Shirley Peacock. Al- vis ivinis, Nancy Mm-snail. P J 'tr S I 1 A fllhli fyfzlllfllifll 2J Qfflllfilkfl v i 4 I LQII M- !I"Ylf' iam 'I'l1mu:pwml. Il!:w!1Hf NIM- Ilvnu. lif-Hy XV-'..l1If'f. Ixhzrlvx I'+z.u..h, Il'-Hx .xllll lilm.-r. K:-nl ,Xmlrvxxf, Nffnn lnylwirlf I :nur I-I-1,11v'r', X-fm .hm Inmzxf-rv! Suzmm-V Nhmu, Elin., MM 4.1.1Iun1, lillznhv-Ill I-'nw-1-111.411, Xl.erl!m lux! l.l.um.- llf-Lum. In 1--'hx XI.1vh.-xv. 1'I1.1vImtv lm-.xlx Alxix X' all: Xml ll I1xfr'sul1,1'.-1-nl" I,ulllv-, Xluminu Sunil NI.sl'5' I-Ilxzznln-Ih Iivfhlw, Kznrix--llxw IUIVIIN, 5-.mln X V1-rli, Xrlrlum ,I-nm il.aII. Il'-null' lh-:ml--5, lmi- I'avv.- vxs Ip :lu-Hr' l'..u.-rwn I'.mI,l llm.-X, .Luki-r ll..Ilm'-1, Imulmf mx Ir xml Xlfm-rel, Ilulh Ann Imzivr. Xl'-rx XK'lx1m1.vl'. Maw .KLM-I.-53 Huw Ilnkvxx, Hr. 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Jffhf congratulations and best wishes FROM YOUR FRIENDS AT THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Of Augusto Main Off Walton Way Offi THE CITIZENS Cr SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK THE GEORGIA RAILROAD BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Main Office UPU-TWH B I1 Frat Man qpricing wrist watcheslz "Fifty dollars. you say? How much is it without the gold band?" Clerk fanxious to make salel: "Forty-nine dollars and ninety cents-only ten cents differ- ence." Pauper: "Very well. then. Here's a dime. l just wanted the band." -Blue Print Alice: "Oh. Bob, last night l dreamed that I was dancing with you!" Bob: "Oh, what a wonderful emotion it gives me to think that you would dream of me." Alice: "And then l woke up to find my kid brother pounding my feet with a stick." -Blue Print FOR YOUR NEEDS Consumers Feed and Seed 1101 Brozid Street l'ziII ZZ-5881 Theres nothing like the DIXIE PIG The place good food made famous. ORDERS TO GO 202 East Boundary Dial 2-2505 Richmond Motor Company VHRYSLER - I'LY1IOl'TH SALES .XNIP SICI!YIi'I'1 051-Rf. iii'w-llv Slri-wl Augusta Hardware Company 2255 Milledgeville Road Phone 6-3375 lli.iI l-3331 'ZX Vuniplvli- Line nf Quality --.xmpjluq-Ayg I.-'RST i.'AMll'y Ilairdwziri- ul il Ilwismizihli- iii' I-'INIC Unis" l'fi1'P" .v Mama: "You're too old to cry. Tommy. Tommy: "And l'm too young to have what l'm crying for." -Blue Print Mountaineer to three-year-old son: "Ezry, quit pointin' that thar gun at your little brother, Hit might go off and kill one of them chickens he's playin' with." -Blue Print Compliments of Edlnunds G J0l1eS LET Us RECOMMENDAGOOD PAINTING CONTRACTOR I Druggists Susnwm-Mu.lAus 201 Milledge Road orfu A cuucs ACCOUNT - we oeuvsn I Edmunds Drug Co. . 1157 Broad Street Dial 2-5707 502 Broad Street Compliments of Champion Coal G Compliments of Fuel Oil Co. "WHERE SATISFACTION IS A CERTAINTYN Dial 2-TRUE! 13535 Walker St P, O. Box 2297 Augusta, G21 TOWN TAVERN 'VM' ' 'Q ,4,,4fgw- 2:i..t:1,gIf,f.:..giv ' 1 ' -iff-:ws of , me Q-f,. ., . , , H..-gvfz '. -, f 525 . if 4 ,. " 47 : ,Q MURRAY'S FLORIST David Voss Bentley Brothers FURNITURE Complete Home Furnishings The sn tii' Q or Ifriemlly sewn-Q Broad at 11th Street Phone 2-5309 Stark-Empire Laundry LICENSED SANITONE CLEANER C3Sl'l-illlfl-C2ll'l'y Service ' DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-3611 COlTl1JllIllt'lltS of Warren Walker .IEXYELER "The House of Fine Sterling" REAL ESTATE SALES- LOANS - INSURANCE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT lin-ey Sill Yenrs l'lXlWt'I'lt'Ill'K-' Blanchard G' Calhoun Realty Company .xlllllflih Ha: I'i1ul Itfilill Cornplinlents of Augusta Upholstering Company 1403 Rrozul Street Dial 2-T718 B R I G H A M ' S Super Markets 12108 Brmul Slrvvl 1732 Bl'Ililll Street Zfilll 1llll0llj,IUYlllm' Huxul 2501! l'czu'l1 lll'L'll2ll'tl Hwzul 58 ON YOUR DIAL Tho l"z1x'm'itv Slilllull nt' A. lx. 1, :xml .Iumm Vlvllvgfm' Slllclcllls lUlllI1llINt'lllS wi' John R. Cook Cr Company V1 JNTRAC 'Tl DRS :xml ENGINEERS Carey F. Weathers Transfer 6' Storage Company lmcul :xml Lum: llistzmce Moving lllwflllllll In EX Slut--s .X 4'HNlI'l,tZ'I'lC XIUYINIZ SEllYlf'l'I ISIN lvruiui Vznrk .M-' Vlmn.. 22-2311 Telephrmu -1-33551 WHEN Yell' l2L'lI,ll, UR REBIOIDEL, THINK UF Perkins Lumber ' V C0l0nl? y Company ' ,BR 5, ,. N 4 A VERNON BIAIIINHX 'K IL!!! lfilh Sire-fl Augusta: K 1 BUY THE .. r"' gap-1 N 'ff' 0 4 5 .4 Compliments of W. E. Raines Co., Inc. Margaret HCln1iI'l'0l1 BUILDING SPECIALIZATION AND SUPPLIES Beauty salon METAL PRODUCTS Phone 2-2176 1-1 Seventh St 849 Greene Street Fc r Charter Service Roy DIAL 4-3543 Valley Coaches, lnc. No. 8 Ninth Street Augusta, Ga. Compliments of WARE BUICK 1380 Broad St. 2-5395 Augusta, Ga. ICY L S - NI T R BIKES Maxwell Brothers B C Eb tO O FURNITURE MOTORCYCLES FRIGIIDAIRES - PHILCO RADIOS DRAPERIES R. L. sLll'l1el'GLl fr Experienced Son lxrisnlon nECoRAT1NG sicnvlcla Phone 2-5526 933 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. 12-18 Broad Street Dial 2-5301 Compliments of RUBEN'S Augustu's Only Home-Owned 4 Department Store. . . Largest Boys' and Students' Depart- ment in Augusta Com pliments ol' ll Friend LILY - TULIP CUP CORPORATION 3I2lIILlI'2lL'ILI1'0I'S of PAPER DRINKING l'I'I'S :md FOOD VOXTAINEHS 1554! XI'l'ip'I1tsImrn Rmul Phwm- It-2211 .-XIIIILISIZI, 12:1 SINCE 1889 AUGUSTA LUMBER COMPANY I'2I'II,IJINII 3IA'I'ICIiIAI.S LLBIBICH MILI, WURK Dial 2-ISI!! Augusta, Kin. WALKER-DURANT MOTOR CO. "Your I-'oral IM-all-r" I-'HRD VARS - THLTIQS S.-XLICS and SERVICE O I,'SIiIl VAR HIC.-XI7QI'AHTICHS Bl' frax rl :lt Iflth Strcvt I'hone 2-52371 Inko an Ilp I"rnm 'I'Iu- Flu-1' I,'SIC CASTLEBERRY'S Famous Barbecue Hash and 9 Brunswick Stew , . . Iwn' III-llvluus M4-:als . . . . . . Aml Su Easy In IIl'l'll2lI'C CastIeberry's Food Co Augustzm, Gunmfizx SHERMAN AND HEMSTREET Realtors ADVERTISING MERCI-IANIJISING PYBLIC RELATIONS "The Agency uf Ibistiiignished Clients" Herald Iiuiiding All!-flISl1l.GGOl'KIl Augusta, Georgia Dial 4-2-I2 -I-2420 Augusta Hide Co. E. A. L.-XINIAR. Pi'01n'ieto1' HIDES - FURS -WOOL- BEES WAX and TALLOW SCRAP IRON - METAL RUBBER and RAGS Office and Warehouse: 1-133 Reynoldh St. Bodeker - Fuller Drug Company Broad and 12th Streets Augusta, Georgia Phone 2-5577 .1, Il. CARSWELL, owner DAIRY QUEEN THE CONE WITH THE CURL ON TOP 1830 Walton VVay 2300 Milledgeville Road SPORTING GOODS PHOTOGRAPHIK' SUPPLIES BOWEN BROS. 905 Broad Street Augusta. Ga. Compliments of a Friend W., I I '1 f! ie- APPLIANCE CO. ELIl'I'hIC A1 -XIIIIAINLES . L1 S :, lvl ' 1 1- '21 X ih xl ' o 1 i Suzie-Rggi-OTLJ " 4 Domestic and t'ommercial Xu u I1 K 1 I Ihin l.! U nl lhni mu ll lltl Nl Augusto Mill Supply Company INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES BELTING-PIPE-STEEL 'IYJOLS-YALL'ES l'lwm1s I-HIST - I-llllx . Tv. ...e. - lllh Sire I Xu u 1 1 Q. , ,fl I EVERYONE EATS Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Upon 21 Hours , 3, C,aug, B 5' B Lumber G Compliments of JENNINGS' DRUG STORE nd Supply Co. Vlmuf- I-ZZZSH ,xllLlllSlIl. tie, I'!L'Il,lJIN1i MATERIAL l.l'3lI2ER . . 1Ill,I,WURIi SASII . . DOORS I ll .xml Ulluvu-' l'm'm-I' l"ll1 Nl I-i.. lv.Xnll um- Sir.-vt llHITlIilllIl1'lllS wt' Henry Dorling, lnc. "Your Frivmlly Flu-x'x'nlv1 llwznh-r" 33333 llI'02lll Sirvvt Plwm- 2-1728 l':1ll ful' zlml llclivvl' Vogue Cleaners u ' ' Il. l.. RlIl,l,I'.R, l'l'0ll. 15256 lYultm1 NYM' AIIJIIISIU, Gu. S. Allen Cohen INSYRANVIC 0 LIFE FIIIE I V.-XSI'AI,'l'Y l'l'lHll1' 2-2T3ll 751 Reymwlds Street Augusta. Gefwgizx l'lllI1lYllIIIl'lIlS of H. SHMERLING, Jeweler 010 llrmul Street MANUFACTURERS AND WORLD WIDE DISTRIBUTORS OF PLYWOOD - LUMBER - DOORS ACIFIC PLYWIIUII CUMPANY CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '53 Davison's 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 pigtails and teens. avisonss 864 Broad Street DH OF Dlllf - Augusta. Ga. Contplime-Itts of Your Lincoln Mercury Dealer Southern Motors, Inc. 119 Ninth Street Phone 2-0435! Augusta. Georgia College Pharmacy DRUGS - PRESCSRIPTIONS Telc-ph fwlmf - 3-33687 1310 Xlqillltill lYz1y Augusta. Georgrizl IOEIIICKAIIDCO. SHUI' ANU S.-XYIC AT Sli.-XRS t"nmplimcnts ot' Southeastern Fur Vnrttplirttt-:tts ul' Plumbers and Steamtitters Lt ll..-Xl. Xu. l5ll l'hom- 2-11151 Night Il-23671 Nick A. Gavalas lCXl'EH'l' VAHIXET RI.-XKICR E125 lVAntignztt' Stu-vt A-Xllj,fll5l1l. GL-ul'5Ii1t .-Xugustzt. ht-u1g,1.t Augusta Book Store V213 lllitlklt S'l'llI-II'I'l' I-NJUKS - VAKDS - TOYS P.-XHKER PENS GREETING K",-XRIIS RENT.-Xl, LIHR.-Xllt DIAL C3-9146 Martin's Service Station "ll'Illi' llXlC'l'lN, l'l'np, MU HAS and Ull. TIRE REP.-XIRING ROAD SERVIVIC livlry Vllslnlllvt' at Frit-ml Gracie Merry .X Il. I TEX. C 11 '39 Walton KVM' Compliments of Mulherin Lumber Company Murphy Stationery Company SOCIAL and COMMERCIAL STATIONERY 718 Broad Street Dial 2-2122 w2Q ia ' 'Wg 4 "4 Y' ' H, v,7 12532 4 V gnc, . I , va fl., V I, 1 1 41 .L Jimmy Bardin Beckum Cr Jones BETTER JEYVELRY Elgin, Hamilton Watches Diamonds - Silver Crystal - China R57 Broad Street Augusta, Georgia Compliments of Hull, Willingham, Towill 8' Norman Compliments of Empire Furniture For Best Results Call Hulse! Hulse Laundry, Inc. Company LAUNDERERS AND "COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD DRE' CLEANERS FURNISHINGS" PIHIIIZ lfifli Ellis SI, Uiili 3-4451 1201-UC! HIKOAD STREET Bruncliz C320 Eighth St, Dial 2-2-160 IIIAI, 2-5435 F. E. Ferris Cr Co. MEN'S CLOTHING 752 Broad Street Compliments of Music Dept. of H. L. Green LATEST RECORDINGS BY TOP ARTISTS Sheet Music Accessories THE STATION MOST AL'GL'STA PEOPLE LISTEN TO MOST l 45 ig CBS - RADIO DIAL 1430 soon WATTS CLARENCE MOBLEY CONTRACTING COMPANY mszozxf-tml, mN'1'1c.x4"1'uHs LOWEST PRICE - MAINTENANCE CONSIDERED IIICST W ISH ICS 9 112- CMJ!! Wag gkdfZlI7fg0.A I'UlII'l,If'I'If lllffl SERYIVE 6 t URIENT.-Xl, AND IIUMESTTI' 1. M ,,., , ,x1'Tflrr1:rxl4:lI4.m1 r1:.xx4'llls1-:U 0 K.XI!l'I'l'I'- Nucl-1 r'l,l-:.xN1':l:s f :A r 1 1 I ll 1 DIAL 4-5417 Auto Supply Co. 214-218 Sixth Street Augusta, Georgia Compliments of THE STRATLEY RESTAURANT COMPLIMENTS OF A Friend Leroy's Market TENDER MEATS-GROCERIES FRESH PRODUCE 1859 Central Avenue Augusta, Georgia Phone 3--6604 Phone 4-3243 for Waddey Ottlce Supply, 3 Inc. "COMPLETE OFFICE ' V' ' . ' -i"' ,. . SOUTI-Is FINI-:ST SINCE 1R41 22-I Eighth St. AllKllSUl. Gu. fn. rr . lx fill , . Boardman Marion I-IIII Motors nc 1290 llI'I, STUIJEIIAKICR SALES illlil SERYICI Compliments of Fulcher, Fulcher I I . A md Sl. 'l'l'l. I-5531! .t...,- and Hvslef Compliments of The Bon Air Hotel Rest IViShvs Kildutf's Variety Stores "'I'Ix.- I.1lIl:- Srmwf XYHI1 th'- I IJ Yawln-Vx" b lnxwclllcllf Imvzitiwvlms Coxmgmtlllatiolls From Pinnell Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc 855 XVEIIHUI' Street .-Xugrustzl. Geurprizx Vinzmu- Hunk llulvs Ili-use 'I'rzailvrs Sammons 8' Coffey Trailer Sales, Inc. I I'I.0Nll SAKIMHNS. I'r1-S, 'I'o-In-plwlw I1 ZH!! I XI 'I' XY Y Xl' XI'1lNII."XI" SYSWIXI Illl. Ixilfx I'.XIi. I'fI.l'.XliS, I Il II XIIIFNIN, FIIA I'.IlIYHXII'I. HI.IIII'I Nvu ,curl 'Xml Iluum- Tl'1IIIl'l'h 11 Xllllv-'ILL--xilIv Iluzul .Xnullslzn liz: 1' S Ilxulmqlx Xu I .uni TX S1-nth Vi IRI l'I.I3I ENT9 UI" BOYS' CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL ir ENJOY MOVIES THE MODERN WAY AT CONGRATULATIONS Sky View Drive-In FROM Theatre "The South's Finest Outdoor Cinema" Olive Road CHeard Avenue Extensionj ak 719 Broad Street DIAL 6-1932 'k - Motor Oils-Greases lfvln Realty CO. Fuel Oils Chemicals 722 Greene Street Augusta, Gui. Sanitary Supplies Your PQIIITIIIIIQG Split-ited und "The Best ls the Cheapest Apwuecmed in the Long Run" Phoenix Co Sales-Munagement-Rentals H , IN., - nth Street Anaustu. Gu. Phone Z2-2820 Easy Credit Supply Company Extra Fine Men's Clothing Ifnwlnerly G. B. il.-XV,-XLAS K SONS Philip E. Culpepper 205 Ninth St. Augusta. Gai. Compliments of IND CONC IRUCVIDN FUN PAN Y jun.. g if I I Roofings und Sheet Metal COllfl'l1CtO1'S 1423 lieyiinlcls St. Phone 2-HT Augusta, Georgia ROSENTHAL'S Shoes l11:11'a111levcl llbl' Q11:1I1ty" DRESS SHOES SVIIOUI. SIIUES lfl':llS lilll VPS . ,V , .... Macuch Steel Products Company ENGINEERS, DESIGNERS. and VRAFTSMEN l....n ,X11:11s1:1 Ax'--. l'lm11v if-03311-1 .XlILllI5l:l, 121-1112111 f-U M10 I--Ullllvlb I-'Xl'l'Il'X'l'Ul'i 111' QTl'l'l"l'l'l' Xl Q .-n. x. '.n x.. fnih li1'u:11l lil. llinl I-42112 UIKNA NIICNT.-Xl, ANI! Nl lS1'lCl,l..XNl'fl DFS STEl'Il. C0011 1115A1,TH TO AL1. Gmcrmm 1 U,,m,,i,m,mS of FROM REX.-XLI. . Southern Fmonce - ' ff . Lane L'99e Corporatron Drug Store , , lilu.-K lfl ORS Eiuhih and H11-:Ill LUANS, REAL ICSTATE 1522 1111111111 Wm- 1U'7N'VS- INSVR-A-NW? Roberts Motor Co. 111 1411211111 sr, l'i.1l 171131135 .x11:...1:, 1: ---11- 11.1 I1I'IS1J'l'U- I-'l.YMUL"l'lI .-X11tl1+11'iz1-cl SALES - SERX'It'E Kam Lee Laundry bill Ellis Slrvvt lllllllll' 2-8-llel .-xll4lIllSl2l, lll'Hl'11lil FASH 111111 VARRY rf" ,.m.. f'11111plin11-111s X-Z flllr FINE M- ,l W Funmvurce ' ll lllli Interior 1? Decorating 4 02:32:15 Fnend gl ,JH Soil I:resg11r- NI 'A' Compliments of AJAX SEW-VAC STQRES 1535 Walton Way Augusta, Georgia 'A' Compliments of Unity Super Market 1119 Ellis Street 1128 Broad Street DIAL 2-5588 Dixie Cab Service 553 Ellis Street Augusta, Georgia Reba Qfplllifplfly DRESSES. . . COATS . . . SUITS . . . MILLINERY MAXWELL HOUSE Greene and Tenth Streets Augusta. Georgia John F. Brickle Cr Company BICYCLES - LAWNMOWERS REPAIRS Cash Registers and Market Equipment S46-sis Ellis sr. Dial 2-04:57 ir Compliments of GREENES', Inc. lk Broome Motor Sales 12th and Reynolds Streets Augusta. Ga. Phones 2-6469-2-6-160 lx, 0, iziumxiic. mmf-r l'. ll. ll4TYSUN. llanmrgvi' Two and One-Half Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings Deposits Deposits Insured Up to 310,000 Interest Coinponnderl Se-ini-.Xninmlly Realty Savings Bank "An:nslu's Only llainli Slflfllj' for Saiviinasn Klcinliei' l", li. l, l', X27 llroanl Sl. Anunslzi. liar. Curnpliments Tompkins Music Company, Inc. T- Rem-rcls - Radios - Pizinns U 'L Electric Applizmces llvI'l'iue-l':ulm's llunn- l"l'1't'ZI'l'5 linnuvs F ' d NY:iI-4i'llv1iln'i's l":lns Iruns Wznsli--rs Nlnsirzil In-lrninn-nls :inul .Xr-'vssul'i1-s 'l'l'l1lCS l'AIi'l'S Sl'IllYIf'lC l'hun.1 3-Tilitfv ZLIN - Nth Sl. Ricci dvlilll' l'1l'l1'Il1lS llcrl' Varsity Drive-In llninnvlt :ind lvrniwl l':il'k .XYl'lllIl' Anunsln, lin I'li-nie' 142115 S1 w--- iavlizinu in l'Xll-li-l'l'lC l'1lI.K l,.XXll1 f'lIll'lilCX ,Xl.l. SILK lflbllln ll'-' Ill-lirvr .Xxiywliviw in Ili-v I ilk Anwns runs! cumin' Extends Congmtnlutinns and Best 'Wisl1es. "Always First Quality" Vuniplinn-nts nt' Edmunds Drug Co. "In Iinsnnl:-s lfun' Ynnr lla-:wllli" l'liHlll' 2-6855 502 Brmul St, .Xuunsizr th-nruin Your llruggrisl to Down Town Augusta "SAY IT XYITH l"l,0WERS" Bush s Florist IWW Ilrmxll SI, iil'Pl'llllUll5l'S Mlilllslu, tin, lll W. Pins- lh'fn':- A Plmne 2-IN!!! Plirmn- 3,756 , Richard Tnrnmerman EY Ih-lnla-rl Klvinln-r nl' Ilu- l"lul'lsl 'l'1-lvggrgipli 1 . v Yl Compliments Fifth Avenue Shoppe Audio-Visual Center 'tThe Shoppe All Women Know" 216 - 12th St. Augusta, Ga. Wh61'9 R. G, SMITH. JR., Mgr. "The Most Beautiful Clothes Everything for the Audio- Are Soldv ViSual P1'0gram S29 Broad sr. Augusta. Ga. AUGUSTA SPORTING GOODS CO., Inc. Exclusive Distributors MacGREGOR - GOLDSMITH ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT GOLF, TENNIS, BASKETBALL and FOOTBALL SUPPLIES 210-212 Eighth Street Phone 2-6007 Belmont Restaurant Motor Service Cr 24 HOUR SERVICE P C SEA FOOD and WESTERN arts ompony STEAK OUR SPECIALTY Phones 2-9393 and 2-6796 716 Broad Street Augusta, Georgia 551 Ellis Street Augusta, Georgia Dial -1-4345-4--1346 KEEP H APPY+SEE A GOOD MOVIE IMPERIAL -and RIALTO TH EATRES Frank Goldberg Co. Featuring Exulusively the Followin Junior Lines: MINX MODES - CARLYE MARION MCCOY DORIS DODSON PHONE Oi-5211-1 NVE DELIVER Monte Sono Hardware PAINT - HARDXVARE -- SPORTING GOODS 142s Monte Snnu IXYQIHIP V. I-I. I1I,.XNt'Il.Xlllb .XIIZIISIJL tivuruin A- R- C- Meriam Ezelle CLASS RINGS INTERIORS and DISTINVTIYE QQIFTS I- 1'1f"rL'm: Fnmllxu ul. My G llzl d klil U illl Yi xzll' :mas mm .,,1 mn' Wm.. Herff - Jones Co. H S l',XNl"Il-fl.lP HSN I1l1uI'4I.lIl1l lhl. X XX' .XlI.1nr.1 3, 42:-urulzn For Flowers It's A Vurnplelv iirzuiuntiwn Sm-rvicc llwiizltifms - Vaxrils Central Garden Vine - Mcmlnls- 'l'l'1vpl1ia-s Florist Diplfnnns - Pups :Incl Gowns "If Il's New-XVQ Huw It" RiCI1n10l1d Candy D A L E Y ' S MENS AND Buys' WEAR Phone 2-1656 1008 Broad St. Augusta. Georgia Venders, Inc. Highway 'TR Ph rmnl Q S!-2626 All Kinds of AL'TO3IATIf' VENDING MACHINES START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT EARN LIBERAL IJIVILIENIBS Safety Insured Vp to S1II.414HI.Ulv First Federal Savings G' Loan Association of Augusta 127 Seventh Street Sidney Smith Paper Company 562 Reynolds I'liuI 2-6260 PAPER CUPS - NAPKINS TOILET TISSUE Aiifzusta. Georgia Distributors for E-Z OPENER BAG COMPANY Compliments L. J. Henry Company Exclusive Dealer Remington Rand Products Ditto Products 1111 Seventh Street Iiiul 2-H411-2-H-112 Augusta, Georgia Compliments of a Friend An Unbeatable Pair and A DIVISON OF THE BORDEN COMPANY Kings Way Pharmacy 2107 Kinus XVLI5' I'Imnv .1-11315 AIULIISIRI, llvurgizu Two Good Rexull Drug Stores, Monte Sano Pharmacy 1414, Monte Nunn .Xu-illlv li-"SST Elliott Sons PRIVATE ABIBYLANCE Phone 2-5566 Compliments of East Boundary Augusto Shoe Repair Cleaners lun ll Prop.-Sawilowsky E. M. CROZIER RUSSELL PLUNKETT 961 Bnmd Street DRY f'I,EAN1NG- ALWPHBI.-X'l'lC LAUNDRY Allj.'fLlSf2l, T1 '5:'z l'lmn.A I-IMI: Inf Ii, lhmmlzury 0- :'3 Q , x J! mu. :HM ,H-4-4 Ellne 0 an 9 Hutcheson-Bentley E. B. Satcher, Jr. Hear Whcel Alignim:-Frzuuv I' L Ir N I I I R IQ' Stl'2lijIhtL'llilHl1XVhL'l'l I2!znlum'i11g 5,1-I -I-VH-zlil. SU.L,k,t - frk'l1k'l'1ll Repair XV1+1'k TIRE SKIKIBIINH l,h1llIl' ZZ-25995 1215-17-lil HUXIIIDIKIS St. ,XIIMIQM Ht,m.g,i:l Augusta. Hu. ' ' 'x ' S Marbut Mlllrng Co. """"""" ua. 1-l' n o I 0 FAIIe:w.m' In-:l'fcN1mA1al.l2 Bdllle S Parking Lot Ilhlzlys TI!!! Rs-ynulmls Stn-vt Augusta. frk'Hl'j.,"'i2l A"P5'1Fl4'- '5"""Vi4' WT """'1 HOWARD UIHBER CUMPANY , , , ,M "ons sono on A 'rnAlNLoAo" Pug n Whistle J.w-CARSON W'0'5'D6f" l900 Milledqeville Road-Auqusid, Ga. 15111 and Hicks sn-M-is I A phone 2,0451 J Compliments f Phoenix Printing Co. o . Phone 2-5262 745 Ellis St. Skinner Auto Supply Augusta, Georgia Company JOHNSON, LANE, SPACE 5' C0. GOVERNMENT - MUNICIPAL - INDUSTRIAL STOCKS BONDS INVESTMENT TRUST 721 Herald Bldg. Phone 2-7741 Augusta, Savannah, Atlanta I ' . f Compliments Coniplimentn o H. P. "Pop" Schneider's of SERVICE STATION Augusta Bot-I-'ers 47 - 13th Street at Reynolds . . PHONE 2-7910 Association Augusta, Georgia COMPLIMENTS OF SOUTHERN LU BRICATING COMPANY Distributors of CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS VALVOLINE OIL A Q INA I L Ll N Luck D1 mel 140 FUI! THF DIQL HIL HI NT M LU In lo v'y,1'RV M4505 N lf,-do Uri .f "0i2'L VJWQ' Q31 04Inv RATKBWS wwmmmw Fee Exchonge,Inc Puri 21" '10 Iluanth l Belle-l'rn gonna sue that theme-corrector for libel! Nell-What dyuh mean? Compliments Belle-She said that my antecedents were mixed . . and my relatives could 't be worse. Carolina Springs -Beaupot SVVUVINUNG i DANCING That guy can't tell the t uth even when hes PICNIC GROUNDS S'ee""'Q' Yeah, how come?" He l'es in bed.' -Panthe COMPLIIVIENTS OF SOUTHERN ROAD BUILDERS, Inc. CFo1'merly Bowe Contracting Co., 1110.3 GENERAL CONTRACTORS 540 Reynolds Street Augusta, Georgia MODERNERA SANDWICH SHQP 30 1 Eighth Street "THE NEVVEST AND CLEANEST IN TOVVNH TEENAGERS' GATHERING PLACE Sandwiches and Malts-Soft Drinks FOR THE BEST IN MOVIES Compliments VISIT of THE SOL'TH'S FINEST THEATRE T I THE MILLER oo e Co' Pu-senting the PICK of I1 Thc Pictures DEX'ELf,PINl: AI. Ly0I1S CflIIIl7III'lI0IIIS tif PRINTING Ex1,.uw1x4: Emory Wllllomson PHoTo sHoP Company w 1 ' 5 - , cms Bn-mul sr. mul 2-7111: I'h"M'Rb "ml . . IIISTRIHUTURS Allglxstu. IrL'Hl'5II2l Vomplimenls uf Starr Smith Motors, W' T' Grant Co' Ing, Kxuwx Fon x'A1,L'IsS IHUIHQE - I'I.YXIUI"I'II quo B I gt t .., rout . VUL' 521 Flwvucl Strovt XY lf. Itvnllvy W, I". Ilvntl-'y. .Ir. IIUIIIDIIITIUIIIS W. F. Bentley 5' Son ,f FINE FL'RNI'I'L'RE 0 IIUI H1-oacIStreet Richrnond Hotel Augusta. Georgia Maner Hardware G' Supply Co. Phone 4-5466 1033 Broad Sr.. BUILDING MATERIALSS POWER TOOLS PAINTS and HARDWARE Compliments of Tabb Finance Co. S. F. C. Building 2-3506 Where Quality, Accuracy, and Fair Policy Prevail TWIGGS PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS TO EYE PHYSICIANS Augusta. Ga, Phone 2-5077 E. R. Davis Fuel Oil, lnc. 2-5787 Norvell Fixture 6' Equipment Co. SCHOOL LUNCH ROOM EQUIPMENT "HOT LUNCHES FOR HIGH GRADES" Georgia Neon Sign Company Dial 2-2793 427-31 - 8th St. SIGNS-NEON-HIGHWAY COMMERCIAL GEORGE DROST. JR. Augusta. Georgia Compliments of The Furniture Market FURNITURE, STOVES and HOUSEHOLD SPECIALTIES Dial 2-6446 1019-21 Broad Street Amziistzx. Georgia Hopeful athlete! "I have a chance for the football team." She! "Are they going to raffle it off? -Buccaneer Little Bobby, age five years, had been taken to a basketball game. That night. as he knelt at his bedside and said his evening prayers, he ended them with fhisi "God bless Mama, God bless Papa, God Bless Stevens-Rah, Rah, Rah." -Sour Owl Compliments of Pratt's Supplies F. I. Schueler Agency REALTORS Real Estate GENERAL INSURANCE 1233 Eighth Street Phone 2-3504 llvnipliments 1-f Osbon Auto Supply Compliments of Company Sharpton Jewelers Fisk Tires-Fisk Batteries- YOUR DISCOI-'NT HOUSE :xlllO P2il'lS 1 Rtflilllllillll 304 Street r:.xsY Tl-ZMAIS W? ,g lI'I3-Z5 I-llwuurl Sl. Alluwlslxn, 1 4 r , I l U li N In-.tlv-rs xl Sl-QI.Nll'Iil wuts lI.Xl.'l'HN D"d"Y Ba XIAILTIN I-QIIIQWAIZFI I I O Schneider s Muslc --open 2.4 Hum-S ll inn" Ceflfel' 1300 Hmm! Street "Eu-1'ythim: Blusii-ul" l'lWl10 3-4495 ::1: - sm su--.-1 1'1wt.4 I-l"lT Augusta. Georgian August 4.-1-run. Vwvniplinients of T. J. Carstarphen Company C'r1m:1'atulations Vfxx'im1.i-:s.xl.P: -Y B 5' T Used Cars TOR.-Xf'f'O - DRUG SIQNURIES PAPER - VAXDIES Phone :-41:57 1-v:1 T!'ll':niI' SY ALL YOUR CLOTHES Y 0? SHOULD GO TO- 9 1 Compliments of Harry H. Bell, Jr. and John C. Bell Woodward Lumber Company BUILDING MATERIALS CURTIS IVORK LUMBER - PAINTS lull' Ilolwrts St. Auullstu, 1' Plume 2-ilill-12.121 E. IL Marks. President A. M. Boyer. Jr,, Vice-Pres. O Marks Heating and I I O O Alr Condlhonlng THE Twizgs St. Phone 2-3645 ur 2-11440 .-XIIZIISIH, Georziu XYE'5liIl!ll0ll5t' Air CV!IldilI0'Vill! System Williams wil-O-Mattie HllI'll6'I'S Lenox Heating Equipment AIllE'l'iL'iIll Ilzsdizntor Co., Healing Equipment Enzinperins Contractors , . Oil. Coal or Has I-Ieat-Air Crvnditionin: iff- '- I . 'g I It tj Garden City Engraving Company I wsiuninu Vlmln-I-Inuruvinz Illustrntin: Blut- Iirints- B. W. Prints Photo Copies wi Il-'ynuhle Sr. l', 0. Ihw lil I'lmm- I-'ITM Auuuslxu. 1211. June Myrick SMOKE . . . HAY-A-TAMPA . . . CIGARS John J. Miller Co. lWist1'ilwLltm' WyIie's Five Er Ten Cent Store XYhE-ru Priccs Arc Right 2106 font l'zl I AYOHUQ lirculings llrmpliments of Electrical . X, Eq u I 3 World'x largexf Pu! Conllol Co. XIII Il'--xllwlllr l':lll if llllili W ENT " 'XE' -Hi C Draughon's Business . . vey oo o. College 15 Yvurs wt' SQ-:wing .Xuguflu SH' liluhfh Sl. l'h1+n-- I-rw' 4fP.Xl,, Pl Izl, Kill.. :xml 1'HARf'4l.-XI. lv-il "VIN I1"" lwinlvs 1 1. .... K Xvxzusm 41- man.: Slw-'nnlizwl 'Vrzaininu 4lfl'vl'-All In rl-.1 l.Iz'I.XliI.XI.. Izklul I FIX l', biz! Iii.- 'I'.XllI.XI.. .Xl'l'llI'N'I'INli, .XXII UVSINICSS .XIlXiINIS'l'll,X'l'IlbN t'Ul'i.Sl'IS I'f-:si-rmllzf-1I l'l.u+-mmm! b--rvn-.1 I. H. Cohen Agency Augusta Neon Sign Service Sul 'SiiivllilliS-AI1lillU'li2lllL'l' PRO-EIIUI W ,,,,,, In ml l',l I Hiix :HT 5 SPEARS SIGN SERVICE 'f'f1 'fY'-fe Bassford Motor Co. Ltd. 1447 Broad St, Phone 2-T018 Be Smart-Ride a Cushman Motor Scooter to School Distributors: All Kinds MERCURY - CANOES W BOATS OUT15O,xRO MOTORS and CRUISERS i O 5? f'::"i f l-are J ' 'K Augusta Radio Co. Radios-Home Appliances Phonograph Records "Anf:nsta's Largest Record Dept," S55 Broad St, Dial 2-22iN if - u luji... lvlllig ? ' ' writ T30 Broad Street ence Georgia Hatters 8' Cleaners SHIRT LAUNDRY H. A. GAVALAS, Proprietor Dial 2-4094 3 1 6 Eighth Street Georgia Sporting Goods, Inc. Broad Street at Monument :XIII-fllSi1l'S Only Dealer ln Rawling's Athletic Equipment nun 2-1961 ART PATCHIN. Mzinaiger Augusta Typewriter Exchange OSOLD QREPAIREIJ QRENTEIJ QEXCIIANIZICIJ Typewriter Supplies All Makes of Typewriters and Adding Machines Rebuilt Machines Develo ping, Printing, Enlarging N Cr W Camera Exchange "Everything Pliotomwipliii-" CAMERAS- PHOTO Sl'PPl,Il'IS 7 ACCESSORIES MOVIE EQUIPMENT Dial 2-4057 2211 Eighth St. Patronize Augusta Ice Cr Coal Company 100 'Z Home Industry To The Students of ACADEMY OF RICHMOND COUNTY und JUNIOR VOLLIZGE OF A L' G KST A Gl'0Ctlllg!'S Horbin's Flowers Er Gifts Metcalf at Walton XVzly Augusta. Georgia lim, N - J -A . 'pfintinq Corpqrafio, A lxhbq wsvuve ' X ' E , - ' " Sent ' , , Ne l l'R'1 X Au 'g ti inn A 1. of . . Sus! ' 'I GCo'9 GX if of Slmkms Seeds Uhr Augusta Qlhrnnirlr K Tl1E.'ll'Gl'iT K llER.Kl,D x1.,..m:.v.. rpm..-. I 1125! Ilruzul Struct 'P ' f'z1ll 2-53227 lg 5"'x3F ff" ' ff. 5 ' Nt ,A 'WJ W A FINE PIU Vl'UGI'lA1'H Y Larry Bennett Pm't1'uits - f'fvr1111u-11' inl XYQCILI i ngs Robert Wilkinson Slmliivs :+I Nfl l3l'1v:4rl SUN' l IPIAI, Lf-INT" l1lll'N1illI1lK'lliS U f 43116 Belks Home of Better Values Department Store EXTENDS REST WISHES for VHNTINUEIJ SUCCESS . . . Ilelkk Is HeuclqL1a1'tcrs in Augusta for the Well-Dressed Schrmllmy 01' Girl fblf0y?KWA5 if . fllfayifwko TU THIS VLASSES OF '53 Follow the Leader: 2 Happy Landings! -The Rainbow Staff ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I'llINTI'I XX'.XI,'l'lPN PRINTING1'fJ.XII',XXY liNlLIl.XYICIl: QLXIIIIFIN VITY ICNIDII XYIN42 l'llNII'ANY VIIUT4ll'lIl.XI'IIEIl' XYILKINSUY' QTVIIIU 4'4'lYlill IPESIHN. HILL I'ICTICIIS. XI XIPICXIY HI Rl! IINIOXII CUVNTY li. TT:."'!'-'gxwffH-vpwwvc'-fy!'W' ". 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