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

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w . on , m- cw -up-tug!-5 1-1. 1 ' f-V-an-. . J , nh lk I . -f n NN W B S X t K t 2 3' Hand like this hand Shall throw open the gates of new life to thee! See the Christ stand!" -Robert Browning, SAUL PRESEN TED BY THE STUDENTS OF V f Q tj! lllllfl QUMQQF y QZQWUM AND 1 139577 MC! f 4 T Av on S 1 ff. , JMB QQ5K'flfklily QMKAIIIUINX Mllllfy AUGUSTA, GEORGIA mlisher: .lauqueline Knight F f , Civ QAYZHJ tor: Patricia Shan-kelford Qlechbahkm Man's distinguishing' deeds are the fruit of his mind, but the hand is the agent of the brain in all of these works. In ages when physical strength ruled the world, the hand was the symbol of power, and even now clasped hands are the sign of friendship and trust. Since the symbolism of the hand is manifested in so many familiar ways, we have chosen the hand as the theme of this year's annual. For the last two score and one years, a firm and kindly guiding hand has molded the character and directed the thought of our student body. The staff. therefore, in ap- preciation of his tireless friendship and trust, wishes to dedicate this 1957 Rainbow to Qliarlrs Qing Qlnrhlr I flmzhz' hah' PRESIDENT ANTON PAUL MARKERT, B.S., in CE., MA. SECRETARY SECRETARY I ii, 1 I I ' gg I ,. 'QQ AQ! " gs .W -, iw W M . . V' yi, , .ff 7 A '- ISK VARIE S. BOLTON IMYS. G. Lfl Illrs. D. F'.I BOOKKEEPER :I r' .25 -Z' Fig, DOUGLAS BOYD ROBINSON A.G., M.A. DIETITIAN I2 ,,... .,,.. IP .1 L! ELIZA HARRIS IMrs. L. EJ MAYBELLE MILLER, HA. DEAN YVILLIAM LEE MADEN, A.B., BLA. COUNSELOR NURSE '73 E. GARVIN MILLER PAYLINE REESE STEVENS. RX. A.B., M.Ed. lllrs. R. Cf! If I the hand that o11e'd the :nie shall furever In-Id the key." -James .Iel'frey Roche, Panama -Sq .R-I 4? 1 s- vu '9 ,.. ' -Q9 3' 'ee' .' rr, uae -3 I-rX . i v ' "L A '. "' Q- - 9 2 f 'Q In As- 'gn - kv T " I i.' - g -wi ' ,1. ' 0 f: 4 1 ' Z' I an 4 - . U X -,- ii x nfl I ,D 45' U A S 5 "? ' . - - .LQ , Q, ,A ' :L x.' i f, , ia- r- , . . I V, Q, -HP' T. ..:' A4 Q 2 FACULTY Bailie. Margaret, B.S. B.A. Horn in Auirusln. Gu..J.C. A.. Converse CulIn2sZc.Enmr5' University, Member of Gn. Libmry Ass'n. G. E. A. und A..X.U.N'. Librarian: Lilirury Schedule Committee. Braddy, Ann Wishart, A.B.2 M.A. Converse Cx-llulrc. T4-inches limlliah. Clark, Nancy Betty, B.S. llorn in Auizmtu, Gu J.L'.A.. Winthrop Cn-ll--axe. Tenchi-a Vhyaivul Hllucxiliun. Aulviscr for GAA nml Chrerlemlors. Girls Burk:-llmll Conch. Dolyniuk. Harry, B.A. M.A.T. llnrn in In-lfil-lil, North Dn- ki-tn. Slnh- Tvrirherw fullsize in N.-rlh llnkutn, Univvr:-ily of l'.-liirn-lo. lnilinrm lini- xvrwlly. Tvairhvw Vhynirul Sciences null Ch--nilnlry. Eubanks. John Evans It-,rn in Aiken llvunly. S.t'. W-ilfurml Gilles:--, Cirlilmlvln l'rmi-ry-ily, Ann-rwnn Amul- --niy in lb-ni--, luily. Mn-ml-er '-! S. C, ll.-I--rn-ul S1-wry. 'l'--nrliw Ili-wry, limvrli- rm-nl, i'.,ffh.,1..ey. crm-- tmn W.-rkn-rn Founril All- xi-er, ll-more mul Lihrnry C3-niniillw-. Friedman, Louis, B.S.: M.M. Horn in Winrhn-wh-r. Ky. l'rusvr-ily of Kenturky. l'niu-rmly of Vinviliniili. N1-rihw.-an-rn llnin-r-ily l'hi Mu All-hu nnsl l'hi IN-llzl K:up1-u,'l'n-nrhw Mu-ic. Span- rfir uf thu- llunul. Greer. Margaret P,, lMrs. J. CJ B.S. Burn in Glenn Slirmu1.S. V. Fnivernily nf North C'nr1-linn Wnmmffl Pulls-xr--. Teaches shnrnhiiml nn-l Typ. ing. Edmondson, Frances A. E. Genrpriu Smtc Collvxrc for Women. Memh-r -if llusi- nuu Adminiinmtilin Socie- ty, Ti-nr-hu.-:4 Shurlhnnil, Typ- inst. :.n1l Office Mnchinv.-5. rnot pictured: Bartles, Lora Beth, lMrs.J B.S. Burn in Glennville. Gu. Cn. Teachers Collcpzc.Tvnch- ms Tyvinir. Uericnl Tmin- ing. nnd Shurthnnd. Brown, William E. University uf Gu. Mvmlverof Ann-ricnn Wehlinir Sueiely. Tenchva Autu Mechanics. Cordle, Charles Guy B.A.: M.A. Burn in Lilllelim. N. C. Trini- ly c..i1ee.f. culunliiiii Um- ven-iiy. l-lm-ry Univeraitb' Univvrnily of Georizin. l'hi Ill-ln Knrvnn. I'hi Knppn l'hi, Phi Thulu Knppn. T1-urhcn Ili-i.-ry: Honor-4 C-ininiiue.-, Lihrnry Cunimillvu. J.C.A. Schedule C--mmillee. Duford. Raymond Cl.-nn-in Fulleuu. Menilwr nf AVA Society. 'l'1-in-hen Funflnmenlnls of Elec! ririly. Flythe, Starkey Sharp, B.A. lhirn in Auwu-tn. Gn. Uni- vvr-nily nf lhv Snuth. Tench- .-4 Enzliah. Galloway, Norman L., B.S.I M.A. Horn ln Mnyfi:-lvl. Ky. llnwl- im! Ten-'ha-rw llille-in-, M'ur- rny Tn-mfhn-rn l'4ullvL'v. l'vn- lenly Cullvuv. 'I'vuc-in-n Pay- .-hnlmyy, l-Ir--nnmirx. Socio- hiey, and Hintury. Grimsley, Wllllam E. L'niv.-1-ruily -1! Ge-iruin. Mim- l-er of ltcfrisu-ruliun Enci- nvcrn. Tmirhes Air Condi- liuniniz nn-I Rcfriuc-rnlimm. Graves, Willlam Alnhnmn Sum- Tenchi-ru Cul- Imze, Univen-ity of Alnlmmn and Prinr--tim 'Jnivc-rsity. 'lfunrhes Ruzlio nnd Televi- -mn. inet picturedp Bolton, G. Langston, B.S. Born in Sale City. Gn. Em- dry University. University of Gn.. Univenxity of North Curolinu. Teaches Mulho- mntics. Athletic coach. Burgamy, Alice Tate, B.A. liorn in Elberlon. Gu. Mer- cer University. Member of Knmm Dcltu F,psilun,Cnr- slinul Kc-y L4-urlcrahip. Em Sizmn lem. Alllhn Delux Pi. Teaches Eniziinh. Dmmntica Club Advisor. Dasher. George Martin Horn in Ausrunm. Gu. Touches Wood Shop. DuPuls, Elroy, A.B.: A.M. Ilurn in Wnrrcnton. Gn. Uni- renity nf G1-onlin nnd Unl- wnmixy nl NorLh Cnrolina. Tenchen Enullxh nnd All!!- hru. Lawrence Albert M.A., B.A. ln Ilnncroh, lown. Suite Tcnchoru Collcfm. University of Iowa. Fox. llnrn lnwn Slnte University uf N. C. Mem- ber of Arinlutelinn Literary Such-ti. Alliha Della Alllhu Technicnl Society. 'llrnchul I-Jnuineerinu und Mechanical Dmwinir. Induntrlnl Art. lluilfllnu nnd Gmundn Com- milu-11. Gllllland, Mary Savage, B.A.: M.A. llnrn in Smirmnburw. S. C. Cunvenu-Colle-we :md Colum- hin Univcrlily. Member ol Delux Knnbn Gnmmn Society und Nutirinnl Council ol Touch:-nu of Mnlh. 'Nachos Mnthi-mnlicn. Member of Homin Committee. Halbert, Leah Dorothy, B.M. llnrn in Cincinnntun. N. Y. Syrncune Unvcrnity and Cor- nell University- Member of Delux Knnvn Gnmmn Society and Auizuntn Music Club. Tc-aches M'ui4ic. Trublc Clcf Club and Chu-rnllcrn Sbon- sor. Chairman fneulty com- mittee for music. Hardy, George, B.S.: A.E. Univernity of Gmrltin nnd Clemson Cullcue. Co-ordlnm lor. 'T Q , 295337 Q X FACULTY Harmon, Wynona Colorado A. and M. Collefle. Teaches Cosmetology. Heffernan, Shirley Koontz, B.S. B.A.L.S. Born in Augusta, Ga. Jun- ior Collexre of Auxzusta, and University of Georgia. Teach- es Biology. HoweIl,William Colclough, B.S. Born in Covlumbia, S, C. Draughon's Business College, University of S. C.. and Newberry Colleile. Teaches Commercial sulijccts. Johnson, Hilton N., Sergeant Born in Pinetown. N. C. Teaches MS 8: T.WW-2-5 Battle Star, Korean-W. H. Battle Star, and 9 other medals. Marshall, Mary Jaquelin, A.B.3 M.A. Born in Hampton. Va. J. C. A. Shorter Colleize. Baylor University. Member of Alpha Delta, A.A.U.W. G.E.A.Ga. Council of Enirlish Teach- ers. Teaches Enizlish. Ad- viser for Annual. Member of Humanities Committee. McDaniels, Jesse L., B.A.1 M.A. Born in Osykag Miss. Bowl- inl' Green Colleize and Pea- body Collene for Teachers. Member of Pi Omega Pi lBeta Alphal. Teaches Busi- ness Education. Mitchell, Charles Harold, A.B.Q M.A. University of Pittsburgh. Teaches English. Hathway, Leander R. Captain Born in Nashville, Tenn. Mercer University and Uni-- versity of Georgia. Mem- ber of Parachute Infantry Refriment 11942-19453. Teach- es Military Science and Tac- tics. Adviser for Sabre Club. Hegstad, Duane Roger Corporal Born in Slayton. Minnesota. Mankato State Teachers Col- lette. OCC Japan, served in Korea, W-5 Battle Stars, CIB, D.U.B., and Good Con- duct. Huffman, Thomas J., A.B.2 M.A. Born in Griffithsville, NVesl: Va. Marshall Collexle. Ohio State, and Duke University. Teaches History. Lambert, Frank Edwin, B.A., M.A. Born in Denison. Texas. Tarleton State Junior Col- lege. North Texas State. Peabody Colleize. Member of American Institute Chcm- ists, American Association University Professors. Na- tional Society Inventors, American Men of Science, American Association iur Advancement of Science. 'Ibaches Chemistry. Catalog Committee. Martin, Robert E. Sergeant Born in Pensacola, Fla. WW. 2-W-7 Battle Stars, and T other medals. Teaches Mili- tary Science and Tactics. McGahee, Milbra M. Born in Auizusta, Ga. Augu- sta Trainimz School for Teachers. University uf Georgia. Teaches American History. Member of Honors, Audio-Visual. and Discipline Committees. Moseley, Joseph Rufus B.S.: M.S. Born in Byron, Ga. Emmy University. Teaches Mathe- matics. Hearn, Jane, B.A.: B.A., L.S. Born in Duncan, Mississimfi. Murray State Teachers Cul- leize: Emory University.and University of Texas. Libra- rian antl Enitlish teacher. Howard, George Turner, B.S.: L.L.B. Born in Auszusta, Ga. U. S. Naval Academy and George Washinctun University. Teaches Spanish. Member of Discipline Committee. Inman, Frank E., B.S.: M.Ed. Born in Aucusta, Ga. Pres- byterian College and Duke University. Teaches Psychol- oxzy and Chemistry. Head Coach and Athletic Direc- tor. Lucky, J. Curtis, B.S. Born in Aucusta, Ga. Uni- versity ol' Georgia. Teaches Mathematics. lVlcAl.lliffe, Ruth Gregory, A.B.7 M.A. Born in Auxrusta, Ga, Annes Scott Colleze. University of North Carolina. and Colum- bia University. Teaches His- tory and Latin. McManus, Fred, B.S.E. Burn in LaFayette, Ala. Uni- versity ot' Georrria. Teaches Economic and YVorld Geo- graphy. Athletic coach. Murphy,WiIliam G., B.S. Burn in Charleston, S. C. University of Alzilianizl. lst Lt. Infantry 110-i0-11lfl'U. and MSL:t U.S. Army 1951 tu date. Teaches MiLil:iry Science and Tactics. Oellerich, William Grover, B.S. Burn in Augusta, Ga. .lun- iur Colleirc ol' Auizusta anal University nf Gaarl'!in.M'en1- ber of llutu Kappa Chulltvr nf Kappa Della Pi. Teaches Mathematics. 23957 s's' ' .144 -, -4 Q . an "E? , .r N 8 Q9 A fr. A 7' 6' ' 4. Kr 4 ,AA 'X F5 - -I, ng 1. f X . ef- 'rr 51' JL- Q I, i A. liw Rs ll' i'1-xx ' , e Q gs" 0 L- E . it 1 ,:.,:.: l I ,4 ... .J P wil ,K 0 1 g, ,la - . as A X . x s 6 +1 Y- lf , A D-: H X . .- Q- s 71" - - Y N ,ar X I fa. 'ii' Q- ' 1' - ag 9 FACULTY Otwell, Elizabeth Dowling, QMrs. J. CJ B.S. Burn in Auirustn. Ga. Sn- lem College, University of North Carolina. University nl' Wisconsin. Member of Della Knnpn Gnninm Sf, eiety. Tmiches General Science, Biology. and Chem- islry. Read, Henry Osgood, Ph. B.: M.A. Horn in MHC.-n, cm. Em--ry Univeraily. Cnlumliin l'ni- versity. Univeraily nl' Cnli. fnrnizz. University uf G1 Member nf Ovlleizc Enzlisli As-smrixiliun, IN:-try Serin-ty of Cn. Twlrhcw Hhuliah. Ui- rucx--r ul' J. l' A Drnmnliia Ciuh. Lil-rnry. lfllmi-i--. Dm- mntirel. nnil Vuhlir Slwnk- ing: Commillvx-s. Rodgers, James K. l'nivi-raily uf C1-uruin, Mem- ber nf Amrricnn Suri:-ly ul Mu-hnnii-nl l'Im:ineer-.T1-m-h- vs Mnchine Shun. Scott. George Mllton, A.B.: B. Lli.-ln Jour- nalism. M.A. Il.-rn in l'i-li-nhursth, Ti-nn. Vnivi-r-:Ly -if Fhnunningn, Columlrin llniv.-er-ily. Duke llnivvrv-ily. M1-ml-1-r of Sis!- nin Dvlln Chi Frnlvrnily. Tuirhi- lvinizln-h, J--urnnllam. nnul Sl-ivrh. Anlsi-er for Muaku-lcvr, Sutton, Chester M. A.B.1 M.A. llifrn in Summrrfivlil. N.f'. Guilford Ci-llm-Ye. lla-vi-rh-nl F.-Ili-el-, llnni-r-ny -.f North G-nr-.linn, llulle- l'niu-r-ily. Tourhc- Hnuli-h. Mi-mlwrof ll-'nur-, fnlnluu, nml llu- mnniu.-, Vummillrea. Turner, Ruby Cloer QMPGJ B.A.! M.A. lh.rn in l'u!lvr1nn, N If l'nix.'r-ily nl' C4-irgln nnil l'n1'--'r-ily -if Flnrirln. Ti-:ii-h. "'- Emtlii-h, nnil Dinlrihu- live Hiliirliliiin. Avlvinvrfi-r flmnixilivs Club. WilIiams,Arthur Leonard, B.A.: M.A. llnrn U. 1-i....m.i..i l'....m,-. iz... wus... 1-'.-.ml l'..1l.-l:.- nnrl l'.m.-.l,- r'..n.-gf T..,,.-h. P' HI-WFS' and Hcimnmicn. Alhli-hr rnnch, On Leave: Hall. Mary Evans, lMl's.i B.S. Busi- ness Education. tnoi. pic-Luredr Turner, James, Overstreet, Sara Wlnnie, B.S.: M.A. Emory University and Geor- gia Suite College for Wo- men. Tenches French. Roberison, Joe Mays, B.S.2 M.A. Horn in South Cnrnlinu. Clemson Colle-su: nnil Uni- versity of Fluriiln. M'emh--r ul Amcricnn Mnlh. Asefn. Tenn-hc-s Sciences, and Mukhe- mnlirs. Rose, walter Henry, B.A.2 M.S. Burn in Auirustn. Cn. Uni- vcrslily nf Missieu-imvi.J.C.A. Gul! Conn! Research Slntion. Mvmlx-r of livin ll:-lzilluln S--en-ly Omicron Delln Kniv- nn Society uf lchlhyulo- xri-eu and Hrrpcluhwgiala Tc-nz-his Science. Adviser fur Studi-nt Gxuncil. Shalonga. Ursula. KMTS. W. BJ A.B. Univernily in Nurnliurg, Gi-rmnny. Ti-nchcs Enltllnh. Tallent. Major L. B.S.E. Burn in Mndimnvlllv, Tenn Univ: rail' nf Arknnnmi . , . Trnrhi- A mr-rirnn H ii-tory nnil l-ic-.nomic Gcmfrnphy, Li-nrhi-Q l-R-mhnll nnd Ten- nin. Wallace, Shelby Lee. B.A.I M.S. llorn in Mi-mi-hi-. Ti-nn. l'nivi-nity of Mini-innippi, Univ:-rnlty uf Gi-nrizin. Mim- a...p,.i sum- cmll-v.-, Gulf L.-nn! Rn-Aenrch Lnlinrnlnry. ll.-ui lh-In ll.-ui nnil AAAS. T1-nrha-n llmlmzy. Sriunm-. and lhyrholi,-pry Allvinrr fur Auwlln-Visual Hllucnliorl. Wllliams.Grover Benton, A.B.: M.A. lliirn in Kim! nml Queen Cininly, Vu. Willlnm nnil Mary Ciille-uc, Uhiu Slate llniverxily. Member nf ex- 4-rulivv rummilh-e of Vir- lfinin Hslurxitiiiniil Anlocin- tim. Tvnl-hi-1 Mnlhvmntlcn Member nf Vnriuun fneully rummiltvvn. Adviser for Slu- ili-nl Council. lOn Leavej Dye,James, B.S.: Engllsh. lnot pictured! Willlams, Beverly Jean Ilnh .limes Univn-rnlly. Mem- he-r of Kermnnion Lilcrnry Sm-iely. Tenchi-1 Books-1-ping and Typinir. Q3 Owens, Auburn Gabelle., A.B. University ol' Georgia. Tenchcs Emrlish. Robinson, Douglas, A.B.: M.A. Emory University Teaches Commercial Subjects. Sackett, Mlnnle M. B.S. Ilurn ln Snludn. S. C. Gwf- izin Teachers Colleic. Tench- vs Cummercinl subiecla. Strauss, Grace E. A.B.: M.A. Born in Auizuam. Ga. Unl- venuily of Geontln and Qvlumliin Unlveraity. Phl lt:-ui Kappa and Phi KIDDII Phi. Teaches Hinton' Mid American Government. TalIey,Joaeph LeConte, B.S.: M.S. Horn in Mncnn. Gn. Georzlu Ti-ch.. Univernity of Georlril. Mercer Unlvnnilly, and Columbia Unlvcnlly. Tench- cs Phynics. Electronics. and Mnthrmntics. Whlte, Margaret Vldetto, B.S. Horn in Ausrunui. Ga. Geor- irin Sinn- College for Wo- men rind llnlvenily of Geor- grin. M1-mba-r nf Dclui KIPDII Gnmmn Society. Tearhcn Homemnklnu. Adviser for I-'ulurn Homemaker: of Ami-rlcn. Wlniers, Donald Sloul Inntllulv, and Univer- niiy of Ci-oraln. Teaches Printinu. Wlse, Percy, A.B.: M.A. lhirn ln Ilnluibunr. S. C. Univ:-nity of South Carolina, Univcniily nf Nnrlh Caro- linn. University of llllnull, Duke Univ:-rally, Innilulde Tuurninc. Frnnce. and En- cuvln Normal. MH-Ylcn. Tench- es French. Sxmnlnh. and Enullnh. 29577 -7 xc ' --.fgy k K ! '- 'ff' KAI-J-N' I X 4 ' lllsioki' or ic. .x. -.ev ILC. I Ili lll'll.l'lN HENRY The Academy of Richmond Vountr, the oldest academy in Georgia, was chartered by the Georgia legisdaturi- in 17835 however, the Academy was not opened until April Ill, 1755, with William Rogers ot' Maryland an teach- er. 'l'he Academy was under the direction of the Trustees uf Richmond Academy who also laid out the town, numbered the Iota, named the alreetx, built the church, elected the rector, chose the Academy teacher, bought the books and prescribed the courm- of studleag also the Trustees regulated the cemetery, choae the aexton, and many other items of civic atiairn. With funds from the sale of public lands, the Trustees bought two houses on Bay Street betwen Third and Fourth atreeta for the Academy. The pupila were divided into three classes: the first was taught reading, writing, and apellingg the second, English grammar and cypheringg the third, l.atin Greek, and mathematics. The Trus- tees charged tuition, and they con- tltttletl lo do no until 1910. Augusta wan a aniall frontier town, and the school grew alowly. By l79l, the school began to show a decline in funds: the buildings needed cnnatant regains. and at the und of l79t'l, the sc ool wan temporarily closed. ln latin, probalilb under the supervision of llicliard Vlarke, a lin had experience in Dublin and London, the 'Fruatt-as be. gan to erect a brick building on the south aide ol' Telfair Street between Fifth and Sixth atm-et-, lin November l, 1802, the school was reopenl- I, nl though it was far from being liniedu-el. Again thu class was divided into three levels, but the It-ti-ls were the reverse oi what they had been, The tire! level studied l-English grammar, oratory, cornpo- altlon, geometry. algebra, trigonomotry, -urvt-ying, logic, natural and moral philonophy, astronomt, Latin, and Greek: the aecond, reading, writing, arithmetic, English grammar, and gt-ographv: the third, reading, writing. arithmetic, Engliali gram- mar, and oratory. The Academy tlourinhed, and by it-lib ther.- were two teachers ln the clarnical 'lepartmn-nt, two in the English department. and three ia the "fomale department." This lant department was housed in a dlntunt, separate part of the building, ami Ita atudenta did not dlambm at the same time aa the boyii did. In an etiort. to avoid the numnu-r heat, the Trustees, authorized by the Stan- legis- lature, opened a branch academy on the Sand :lv FG 'THE OLD ACADEMY BUILDING llills. Although at iirat it vcaa open only during the wunimer, eventually this school. known as the Sand Hills Atadt-my or the Snnunerville Acad.-iny, l't'lllMillt'd open moat of the year. This rahool, turned over to a neparate board of trinity,-en in 1865, nan loraled at the site now occupied by William llvbinson School. The Academy itself continued lu gross until, in 1836. it r--ported a roll of AIZL7 attain-iita, It had a boarding department isbere -uperiotion wan an strict that the boarding nludenlr- could not le-.ue the campus without api-cial permift.-ooo ln It-tim, after securing legislative authorization, the 'lma- teen of Richmond Academy attempted to rnlae the Academv to the rank of college, to ln- called the Tabman Vollngeg however. an naauiti of ten thousand dollara from the city of Ango-ta did not materialize aa promised, and the lruwlla-ea n-lta-t- anlly relinquished the pro ect. After 1850, the Academy suffered a rapid decline I-'or two yearn lt was cloned for repalrl. reopening in IRMS with two teachern. Une of these dropped out in H60 for lack ol atudvnta. ln itlilt, the Academy- build- ing waahrequirntioned by the Fonfederate govern- woultaand on page M lutlowina Prius mill Awards' . fl. ew. Ill ole ff - ---- un--Y -un.--I , 111- 1131 111 .-.- -v',:'5'?.:-i11',,'L' 111.-'-".:2f:1J -s --nu Q 1 H1-L-g-3.22-F-'TQ-F-EE:3'E-I:L.?' E:-'r2,5-.T1r'5 2'-L'-f::-1f'1r-f-2-1-1'-:-'ff-'f-'f 5--"' J C A CLASS POEM "T-'15-: 1.-:"" -'.::.'.. . - - - -149452: 'L-., A I - 1- ' ll ug , . N I ..,..-Y... 3 ' 'l'l1e-re are thosv who lxnw- lllSIllI'Q'll us to ' . Q3 I lliglml' :Aims ul' knowledge ..f 1 A 6' E, " .Xml lo clevpi-r llllllt'l'SI1lIllllllll uf lhv l'lldllllt'lllS D 'I ff' l of cull:-1:61. The prufcsscws. :us we slrixu pushinl: umvnrzl lu our uuul. Shall we r:u'ry in mu' uni-lnory as lung: us ln We wx' hulll, lhs-rv :lrv l'rim-mls who lluva- In-lpl-ml us shzmru lhv' juys nl' 1-ulleuo llzlys .Xml thv lll"Ullll'lllS ul' an lxiuln-r ll-anrnimz and lhn- vllanllvmu- uf its ways. Nluy wl- ull I1-lmelvlll.,-I' hnw ww plzmuvll un higw-r lhinus uhvaul. .Xml may lhl-sv lmpl-s mul mlrl,-:uns uf ours llnml Oppgcggs fruition in the-ir sn-ml. Alaulhn .Xnlw xhllllllk l'l'l'w!ll"Ill Su may thu huml uf collopn- llivmlslxill rom-h zwruss llu- yours, to IIUIIYOII. .lohn Nl. llr.-xv Ylu- l'r'-N1-l--ul This the- wihh ul' our 1-lass, the Planes ol' '5T. lllwzllllul Zllfkvl' Sv,-v1'rtzlry 'JU5' TYVWIWS. Gloria Isabelle Barton xl.-nn..-r ..r nu- w...v...1.',. l'h.,f..1-- , 'C' 1 ff' cl. 1 Q, -px fm 'Uk 1 Hn:-wy l'nn--rl-nv. M--ml.--r W- ,. lm. "W--rl. uwll 'lv-nv nmk-4-. I-lvw-mrv in .,...r.v rl... " Gordon Mlal Brack "sun l.. .u.. .-......-, uf .l.-mv." Louis Phillip Cl-1ristmnn.Ill r ,l l 1... ll il, -my lm lmll-r, hznlf- James Crawford ' Walter J. Culbreth Connie Currie John Marshall Drew Menxlwr nf Arm-trump, C4-llcprc "Th- rl-mv-vl fl! .ln-A 'lucy llunr- Annual xml! I: Zeta Rh., Sm- llnnnr l: Stull--nl Cf-uncil LI: Iirukulllnll hum. ll. flu- I-4-l-,4-rw fulfxllnll--llwr." mn l. 2: "XYh3, lhrn, mvlhinkn, 'liw "Hr rryus, rxvlnea, dancw- ful- "Hr-r mudvn! looks Ihr' vuilnxtu lima- lu r-mils' nuninf' mirnhly llnnv, might urhvrn, Dclivhls in 1-nrh, unfl 3.41 flu- Swan! nw thc primrlm- peeps Plznulel un n1.nr." lwnuulh lhc- thorn." Joseph Humphreys 'Lillln chips slzxrl lviif fires." Marvin Vernon Jenkins V:iluli4'l.uri:in. l'hi Thom Knlvl-n Hiithusl llunnr l-LIL Vhcniistry Awuril 1: Fri-sihniaili Svhnlzwriliip Mmlnl l. "l"uw things urn- iinimssilulu in lu ililiinfnvu :ind skill." Carey Tolbert Johnson "An cyc whose jinlgmunt nnnv cffucl 1-uuld blind," Nancy Ivester Swimming lcnni lj lineiki-llinll It tunnis l: ull nl Anilursun Jr. Cnllcirc: Churnlli-rs 2. "When we rcvuul hor world of duliszhlful mlusiun, Wm- find she nlwnys hns uther's Inn-liincss in mind." X f. . nwfzeJ Courtland Guerin "Tn uri' is human: ill ful'KiY0 divine." Barbara Lou Anne Hammett "l"inu fiirurl- :ind lint' nmnnors without iluulrll llcturniinu hull' hur rhurm and bum' mu mul." Betty Howard Z1-in lihn Siumn 12: Mnsiiuc- I.-l-rs I: C,'lnlr:ilicrs 1. "tif :ill linisu :urls in which the wisv uxvul Nziluruk --hit-F ninsh-rlliucc is wrilinu null." Pete Garland "On with the dance! Let 505' hu uncunfinedf' Hugh Grover 'Talking with such :i friend is nmhinu else than thinking out- loud." gps fl fel Nancy Rieves Ford Zeta Rho Sizma Snr-unity, Pres. "True happiness lfrom Ella nrwe understood r Consists alone in mining gnudf' Q -'N Qs Q N dnl -X, 'WT' rr' w-..,, L- I t-r' as I1 l , Q fa 51 : 1 . pe 'VN RN 1 'PL K l . . Jffbflll ze. Robert H. McKenzie luv vt' v,.1.- fn, -.-l n 'N -lfwl ll-lv M- vlll 1,-.llvr 1-. fn, '- Vnrgnl Merrntt 'linux -l l.-. ll . .f. l.:' llnll -u.- l f lv P,-ull tt l Walter Moody "l'lll. Nut W--ll-I lr.. ml-I ullh 1-uw-. ll--' lvu! ll- ul--,l -f lumwlf, -.x-lrlll lu pl.-:n--r " Camilla Paschal 1-nl Tn.-11. kzlwi. -' "Sh--U ln.: 1... .-.lr-H-M, nn! xrnll-lmll -mx:--. In-1" mlm! .hw Ixk-g., kr uhm -Jw ll...l. 1- mvllr " Silas Pittman "Th-' 1-vllx unj. ll- haul fr'-'ml I-. ln lr lm--," E! ..a, -- 'E' ' Barbara Simpson "ly :Jw nl.: nl-mv tlmn nrlin-l Fllll PXIIYCSZ4. Ur youthful lumix fnnvy wha-u Hwy l-we-7" Gall Vansant fhnrlllia-ra l 3 'l'r1-mulrn-rg l'unl1-r- bury Vlul- 1-2-an-rn-llnryg Hulmru 11 mul ml.. sl.-nm 21 um- mnlit l'luln li "Hn-1' lunk-4 nlnlm.-u-ll. null e-lu-nvly I-yr' lh-fqmkv n nmtchlt-an mn. rflnncyf' Janice Whitlaw Chnrnliu-rs 1: Drlmmlir Uluh lg Zvln Iihu Siumn 2, llununu 1: Phi Th:-ln Knppu 2. "Hvr lifv in pqwllul ullh wnrflx nf thru-4+ Wa-rk, m-rain-lm-ru-v. mul vn- army." Rosalind Zucker ll--nur I-2: Sur.-Tn-as .lf Snph, Flu-N 2: Student lMulu-ll 2 "Sh1- liw-1 in hullul, nu! l-ln-41 n uc-nf-mu-1 mu- rv- Nn tvnth lrnnwnullvr nf xx foolish fncc-," . . . eqwfmay "Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. This is Cameron Edwards welcoming you to Space. Today our program is originating from the roof of the old Richmond Academy. The Junior Col- lege Class of '57 is staging its class reunion. I assure you it is going to be a spectacular event. We are taking an excursion to the satellite, Moon in a new device built for Space by the famed scientist and JCA alumni, Marvin Jenk- ins. This ship, called the "Speed-O-Space" guarantees to get you to the moon in five minutes-a little slow, but the class wants to enjoy the scenery. Here are some members going aboard now. I see the famed Universal Opera star, Carole Little, among them. Let's go interview her. "Good afternoon, Miss Little. I'm Cameron Edwards of Space. Would you mind telling our viewers a little about your road tour coming up?" I'd be happy to, Cameron. First, we'll tour the Moon-I'm staying over there today-then the planet, Mars. I also think we'll take a side trip to Saturn. It promises to be quite an in- teresting celestial tour." "I'm sure it will be, Miss Little. Isn't that Marian Adkins, the earth-bound star, over there. I hear her movies put Venus to shame." "I believe it is, Cameron. I must go over and speak to her. The last time we had a reunion she was late and I missed her." "Give her my regards. I think our cameras are on the brilliant director of Milky NVay fame, Anne Weibel. She's talking to some of her old classmates whose names are all familiar to you. There's John Marshall Drew, Earth's Ambassa- dor to the United Planets: Gail Yansant and Janice XVhitlaw, spacevision greats: David Toole, winner of this galaxy's prize for the ad- vancement of golftronics: and Silas Pittman. winner of another galaxy peace award. By Jupiter! I think I see those men-about-the-unr verse, Louis Christman and Virgil Merritt. Those sylish gentlemen seem to be creating quite a sensation among the others with their star- studded, varicolored moon-togs. That equally colorful personality well known to Space audi- ences, Camilla Paschal, is talking to them. These three people are perhaps the best-drexed in the Universe. Christman's opinion on which is better to buy, ventilated or insulated Zip-Suits for space travel, is that it depends on which way you're going-up or down. Now the cameras are on Nancy Ford, gifted mathematician who re- cently worked out Einstein's Theory of Relati- vity, and she also has proved John Drew's Theory of Escapetivity. Paul Rufo, the physician who discovered the stardust vaccine for strick- en lovers, is talking to her. Well, it looks like talley-ho time again. Barbara Simpson, IVorld's entry into the Celestial Beauty Contest, is climb- ing aboard, and Rosalind Zucker, Secretary of Universe, is giving the signal for the take-oft. XVell, folks, I guess this entertaining afternoons visit with some of the Universe's most illustrious people will have to end. Happy landings all." -Slaace-O-Rama Report produced by Joy Townes and starring the Class of '57 X un-ni 'Se I if 'QI I fx A . ft. . A ga I lttei Wane! 924 lament! WE, THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1957. do hereby leave: I. I, Bob Crawford, do hereby bequeath to next year's physics class my unequaled ability to make stupid errors in hopes that they can do a better job of overcoming it than I. II. I, Carey Johnson, do hereby bequeath to Mr, Talley my unused text book and lab manual in hopes that he will study up on his physics. III. I, Court Guerin, do hereby bequeath to Larry XValker my seat in the library in hopes that he may spend more time in it than I did. IY. I, Gordon NI. Brack, do leave to Betty Adkinson and Martha Ami lViggins my ability to pass psychology in hopes that we will some day be able to psychoanalyze each other. Y. I, Gloria Barton, being of sound mind, do hereby bequeath tn Barbara Watkins my chemistry book in hopes that she can under- stand it better than I. YI. I, .John Marshall Drew, do hereby bc- queath to Ducky Wall my ability In be thrown out of the library in hopes that he may have better luck in staying out than I. YII. I, Lewis Sullivan, do hereby bequeath to Joe Stevens my art of bumming cigarettes in hopes that he may not die ot' lung cancer. VIII. I, XValter .l. iIllllll'0lll. do hereby leave to Professor Talley a used physics lmnlil to Miss Bailey my ability lu keep quiet in the library. IX. I. tfamilla Paschal, do hereby bequeath to Ann Fields my aptitu.le for having a boy- friend attend JCA. X. I, Walter Moody. being ot' sound mind and body, do hereby will and bequeath to any- one crazy enough to accept it, two years of hard work, sweat, blood. and tears: and I bequeath to Janice Whitlaw and Gail Vansant my long, curly hair. XI. I, Rosalind Zucker, being of unsound mind. do hereby leave nothing, because I need all I have and then some. XII. l, Anne Wiebel, in company with Nancy McGinty, Silas Pittman, and Edward Keel, do hereby bequeath Mr. I-tead's room dur- ing vacant periods to future members of our Theosophical Society. XIII. I, Marian Adkins, do will and be- queath to Toni Hamrnack the ability to be tardy and absent almost every day and still manage to get by. XIY. I, Pete Garland, do bestow upon Ricky Wilkinson my ability to pass second year ac- counting in hopes that some day we may be V. l'. A. partners. XY. l, Marvin Vernon Jenkins, do hereby leave to some unsuspecting physics student my ability to make 104 on one of Mr. Talley's tests. XVI. I. Nancy Ford, do will and bequeath lo all the Frosh that are members ofthe Zeta Rho Sigma a box of baking powder so that they may rise to be swell Sophs. XVII. YVe, Barbara Hammett, Katherine Gardner, and t'onnie Currie, do will and be- queath to Toni llammack our ability to drive a certain English teacher crazy. XYlll. We, Nancy Ivester and David Toole, being old and tired of it all do just plain leave THE RAINBOW! NOW- Signed, scaled and delivered by this class ot' 1957 to be its last will and testament. XVitnessed by: Joy Townes David Toole "Tug . . ed Wzeahman glam .N Q Y OFFICERS l Sue Mertins ....,.,......,.....,,...........,.,. President Becky Little .....,..., .....,.... V ice President f Sally Beckum .,,,... .,l.....,.,. S ecretary W l Betty Alexander Reid Askew Betty Baab Linorah Baggett Stephen Bailey Readiug, lop to lmttom: Sally Beukum Ladelle Cautlieu Priscilla Crow f . fi. Q J2le.Mnzeu Terry Brewer Jimmy Clark John Davidson 'Q' I Q , 3. ' - Ik- ' V? - X - l V ixigf sl l , s 1 ' ,' l 1, ff- 0 V' 4. -9 , - L s I - V ' 1 5. J ': X ' 1 -.az T rg. ?"' rl i Florenve Broome .Ioyve Butler X llkl C'1lhouu lmn Cule- lame Conner ludx Lomier Thomas Dum-un Jimmy Epps 'X 'Y Na' Q QVIIZ 4-1 auf K' x- Ez? :Qi-. JP- . .JZ Vaeamuen - ziizfif' -5 , -f F ' . w A,-, 6 bi 'Q' '11 for x Q' fc-M" Q ' """x '97 J - I f' - - "-I ,' .xv I ' ' ,Q . 'W . J ,'-o ,. - 14 -,-N .' 4 . I I .:,':'. :A i ? I , , ,, q,,.'r. A, 'w t u .K -... Q . "' I "H," If ' -1 ' Q W V 1, I' k I , H1 . ,, ., Jus, :fle, '0' v -yr ,ir ,, , 'N nn f aww W 3- -qui ? 3. is "' E.: I Reading, top to bottom: Jackie Farmer Ann Fields Vern Florence Mary Grimsley Toni Hammack Benjamin Harmon Cornelius Harmon Sihhie Hogan Ronnie Howard Par, Hughes Ray Hughes llz1udyJuy Billy Johnson Jimmie Johnson Carla Jones if r er f fr we . W. ey- I rf fill Reading. top L0 bntlonlz Barbara Jones Pace Jordaum Ilerherl Kernaxghen Her! King 'I'l1un1:1s King Helen Kirkland Becky Lilllle Yoke Lou Fred Mnrschulk Jeannie Muysun Sue Merlins Joyce Min-hell Ray Moore I-'aye Morris Margaret Mundy 'l A x K , 'X may x ti' Q-B X -- Q-...f r-X 5 . 4 v QV 'is 4- iw 'U' in . Jzeabmw G- ,ff fo is M ff BN ,ik P13 Qc.--,.. ,gar- ii 11.31 w 4. gfi, I, fl ,,e Y?Q" u lk .3.Z":'EW!5i 6' Reading, top to bottom: Muriel Oellerich Willinin Purdue Bobby Peacock Frankie Philpot Maria Reese Elizabeth Ridley Shelby Smith Hunter Smoak Ruth Story Sue Schwiening Mary Wheatley RlCllill'd Wilkerson Donald XVillis Frank NVillis Ida Marie XYilson Joy Townes F C6 ff ezhfikfea -n ,Q ,- YQ- LQJ I. 2 T :A 1 I . ' . v' . .., e '- . 1 of . . . -T 'Q . - 'L fr - ,:t'fT"' ' f Z, : TQ " F - '." . ' .'.1..x y 3 ii 7 11 .4-..r , , I 1 .,' , ,A rl. if ' -s ,,x -' xl-.' - - Q- lf A:.' ji N. 3.7 A '4,Uw ' I ', ' '4 '- . .-. ,. ,f ...- 1 "ffm 1 ' sa' VALEDICTORIAN u.xnx'1N vlauxox .H-:NK ' 1'-61,1 . .f f '1- I u ' i -L .3 ,, X ..,,s . 41. ' . xx-w . -, .. gig? vi u ' ',-bi . -1 -.gr x . s 1 INS MOST ATTRACTIVE LARRY WALKER UARBA RA SIM PNOIN uWef2fa07zQeJ MOST POPULAR MARTHA ANN YVIGGINS JOHN MARSHALL DREW fy 0 eff fgfMe2hf7zf0J ,-If --- " 'K' J 1 BEST ALL-AROUND ras. '4 I II II XXKI II I'.XKIII,LA I'.XSl'II.XI, IIXI III XI I s . J . f. embe glam f ,I f, , 56, ,. S 1 Llsigfftihfif V ' it 3 if ,I ,Q A .,.V I L: . 5 " E Q A iii , ' .4-:iff 'V fl 1 "W 0 af ,- i jT"1Jrx, ' W i so i 'W-5.111 QT5 : I , -21,1 .er A '31 V -Lil-'2"A .1 1 , . .- -vv'1,-flfbzlf - . 7 , ., f " . 35.1.11 Ja' 7.2" fig., --"'f p., e ,Ti ' . ,, .fx Q .- it D , ' uve,-as gi -, -A . ?g...8'.-4 , , :J vxflwj' ' i ,if'5'Hj?11zk-,gif ' .T OFFICERS YVallis Lee Stevens .........,,,..,................... President Ronald Evans ,,,,,,,,...,,,,,A,..,,.,A....,.,., Vice-President Laure Bailie A,...........,,,..... ...., S ecretary-Treasurer Back in '55 we walked through Richmond's doors Into this world of knowledge, into the "extra-curricular"g At first we wandered aimlessly o'er these floors And went nowhere much nor in particular, l Enjoying a dream attained. Outstretched arms welcomed us to this domain, The gracious hands of teachers led us every Hopeful that our minds might another summit gain. They inspired us in all that we'd endeavor -k Giving us the further dream of college! Some of us have learned of science, some a theme, One to type or take dictation, Another learned to cook a meal or sew a seam. And others found a soldier has to take direction. - Fighting always toward a dream. Now inwardly we can "give three cheers" That we here finish without succumbing to a coma. YVe studied, struggled, through these two engrossing years Until at last a hand holds out a coveted diploma, -- Seeing an ideal become a fulfilled dream. Yet, "More to conquer", we say with sorrowed heart, As on to Destiny's great goal we slowly, surely travelg And as we prepare from many friends to part, We know the greater Hand our problems can unravelg T Describing for us a greater dream. How great, how joyous, how worthwhile these days have been The silent empty halls now seem to sighg But never again may our class play and work here within. No worldly goods could ever these days buy. Lead us, O God, until there is no sky. -LuRuth Erion. efe. rj. fl. WIN' :.,-3 ll-FIX' W v gf Ns?-:B A F 'W E .1 1:-' 1.1 Betty Louise Abernathy lh-ltvlnn khnkvr- lhllvlrll Ii l"l'u1r-' Ill-vlu-,-n::ll,--n l. rm, 1, Sh- null!-' 1-y' hzllllw' lllwu-h'f :ln-l lflll --f ml! :lnll i:,nL'llv--r." Robert Edward Anderson l'hri-mln u'..rl..,- ctflv--wi '1. l 'li" X.lr l'j.' llzhlzwl-rllllli lf.,,,n,:.e' xl1mf..,.-- c, xg lm.,- rg. llzlnmln lil:-. ix. l, Yu:-f Vflg-1-l--nl. ll, lf T., Ywl- l'r.-v-lltrv' 1 'lilo' ugh hix vlli-gl' -llff-uw," 4 if t Madeline Ruth Aldred l:..m rllll- 1, 1. Ulurr-uzm xx .rg - lx.-mfll .1, l l- ll- ' .rw N-xr-N l, Fllhlrl- ll-lm-'u::l',-- ll Trl-Ill-Y l, Xlln'-'I--rt l "Thx nw-ll-lx 1- al run-llv 1.. 'ln nl.-ru " Walter Edward Anderson un' xl Rum-1. Gnmfm Illn- :a. I-2-l-l-f.1r xllmflf.-r 1, 'I'-fl. Ill 'l'l',mw 'L S. Hath-r Svr- v.1.l.f 1 "1-mr 1.-MA., A.-ar.-ll 1.-. f-ln' ul- Fm-l .K hwurt :ll nmnly mn! Rumi." ALMA MATER: Fx sq 'Wa' 18: ' he-I' Peter Herbert Alewune William Amick ltll.Ul.'lII l, J. 'l, l. lllvlwl- 'Th ...4 nhl, nu-ui! ll.. mf! l..,ll :l, l S--rum:-1 Fur 1 fl.-nl .-hun.-.' hum- mrulnlrr-'ll VM-. l l-'.n.- " "Thu xx.-ll-l 1- xwnllnl' fnr la-ll.-vf :hun-N. Ill- fwrlh :lull --xhll-xl thy pl-lx-Ar-.." Shirley Leona Andrews Thomas Harold Ashe "X fn-fr --f lily l-Lenlly, A 1f.,,.ll.l.lI :l, 1, Trn-fl, Il. .lg f.-rm .,r ,nf-y gmc.-5' I-'wel l.l.4l.v.v..:.m 1, s,.l.r., fm. l x'..lm: Lulu 1, li lluvh Nlnllmry ll-ln..r fl, 'lc.-1 Lnnl l.! epnrt :lull n lull tml- lllmu . Our Almo Mater glorious sfonds 0 Betty Jean Anderson I-'utur-' Nurses 3, 4: Chrint lmn XY'-rl.:-rw Ummcil Il, I Xunvml Slnff 1: Tri-Hi-Y Il l Y-'I'l-4-In 2. 'lm ln-r lim---lion vnulnl :lv 'l'n rn-ul null luw she lllny- wl lhl- l'rmluI," Albert Anthony Atkins If....1l.f.lI 2, 14, -lg "ll" Vnr- -Arvx Iln-kvtl-ull 21 Trnrk 1. 2, Il, l. Uhrxsliann Wnrk.-rf l'.funml Il, l, Vin- Prrsi- -llnl l: Nnum! Lufc 3. -I. Ynu- l'n'-.illl-nt fl, l'rt'ai1ln'nl l. l-'url-l Sl-rsfunm -1. "Sl-nw nn- wm-: sumo nn: .-:lu-rw'-.-," Z . eumza ' H 5 -R fc.: Z1 ,- v y - f' vcr' - , , ' .lf ' ,, A V R . ' ,I il NM' 'M' l , -QT "' I , v Q9 'N A 'C 6 i J,g,.'i 'ug 1,- 'N Pai 'ss Q -3. i. 4 .2 ,. . '-. A - ' s r ' 'Q ...c ,- 1: gf 1' N ' - I " ., Robert Jerry Atkinson Joseph Carlyle Averett Laure Evans Bailie Mary Louise Bailey Rosemary Baird First Lieutenant 4: Sabre "Another like him would be Cheerleader 1. 2, 3, 4: Stu- Honor 31 Athletic Associa- Future Nurses 3, 4: Athle- Club 4. hard to find." ient Council 4: Annual tion 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Y- tic Association 4: Christian Teens 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, Workers Council 3. "Always happy always pray, Keen laughin!! alone life's way." Henry William Bank Michael Stegall Barnes Key Club -l: Honors 3. -l . . h. "A foe without hate, a ,giakrgeeftiir nsimigigxiy' L friend without treachery." A Staff 3, -tg Top Ten 3: Athletic Association 3, 4: Christian Workers Council 3, 4, Secretary -lg Secretary- Treasurer of Class 4: R. 0. T. C, Sponsor 3, -I: Young Life 2, 3, 4: Honor 1, 2, 3. "A Dopular maid. and ala ways in style, In rain or sunshine, she wears a merry smile." Edwin Palmer Beattie Serucnnt 4, "One thinr: is forever good. That one thin: is success." 2, 3: Future Homemakers 2: Annual Staff 4: Future Nur- ses 3: Christian Workers Council 1. 2: Tri-I-HAY 2: Glee Club 1, 2. "She doeth little kindnessa which others lease undone or despise." Ann Helen Bee Athletic Association 3. -I. Council 3. Praident -1:Var- sity Basketball -l: Manager Baskulbrxll Team 3. "Her armor is her honest thoucht, And Simple truth her ut- most sl-ailL" "Thou hast an much of wit and mirth and spleen about thee, there is no living with thee or without thee." Rose Carol Bennett Future Homemakers 4:PeD Club -l. "Gnd made thee flood as thou art beautiful." By old ScJvonnoh's turbid stream, 'ff JD. yi!! '. ' 3' 5 Y I .K .N ' ' V aux ,x vw' v 4 " .- 'Vx ' ' A - 1' ,v N s. wg ' , ,J . . 'A .J ,I ' v 1' Jo Ann Bennett Gail Marsha Bennett Barbara Elaine Best Patricia Angenette 'mx im., ri-Q.-mi lim. 1. hmm.. i'i.rNi..f. xvurkt-ri C.-limi iwii-nw, 'I'-lv T.-I. 2. l'li-- 1- Blackwell :ls li--r :mill-riuirl.," 'L ,uhlmi-A .X--lwiinimi Il, l. 1-'qi-li-r LI. Il. li llalfki-iluill .1 . . N, , I-i.il.f.' 'r.-...-i...f. 1. 'rn-lin :, sil..us..,- 1, ci..-hiilii. ","' x.5If"" in W' TY '.f"" . . . , .. - wil- 1, ., .l. lr.. X lA 1.:rl- llrill l'l:il-mln l. Uiirkvf- I--uri-'ll l HI-Y 1 .l 1: "'l'l:- mimi 'mi mlm m...1.' "X li-.ln mm r....m r..r .H ,N ',r'Qljl um lm b .I N V .. i. fn.'.i.l " " "' " "' ' ":?' P "i f""- 'WV' "Nil D 'l " 'W ' .-.I .ii 1. l..-.ii-i .lr .-..,ii-1.7, Upreared by loyal hearts and hands, 'V . rx 1,9 1 4 . A s ,X I t ' A - " " I 9 2. i -.- - F -K ' , A F f - .T 1 Y' Y I s ,. I R Q . ,1. 'AAL R 15 4 N 'ra - ,A x ,l V .3 5 F "' L. . ' Y ' ' s f ' by xx tp 1 ggi:-.Q 5 'fx i , '- x ' . u N -L, g.- , .'.fZ,.,, .3,",. Q .. 'f-A: . -- '.-if :Jr NBHCY Ann Blanchard Anne Curtis Blount John Byne Blount, Jr. Halley Fullord Jeanette Lee .xvmlbiir A..,,,fii.n.,., si, 1. l-l.W-.- l1..m.-fmlxyr, fl "rrii.- mi... N,,..fi, li..p,.,- Boatwright Bodenhamer iJ'rlfil.m.fi. xx'..,+..,ij' s'.:.ii..-il f'hri-mn x'.wfL.,r. vr..i.n.-'il iw., .1,nr..l.-in mlm..." ,,m,,W ,H x,,,h,,i,. hmmm- HH,h',5, ,INN ,I 3' 3' 1. .4 ri-Hi-N H1-uni, 1, 1, Arril,--1: X ---.-uni--n 1 . . . . . 11,0 .l ,ll Y., yt V ,him 'Jr ii'-ii l. Aiiwizil sniff ,l, l xiii.-'vw XV'-1-viiilvi-vi .l, al, JIL ml, ,,,,, yn, mi.. ff . ff, " .. "' ' I-'.1.ilif.'. 1-14iif..fi ll.1:i1'lulv i-.,,..,..i. mf:-. ,xmlaiit-N hi' n ""' " f' "' 'A 'X' n, x, l'lml-mIx-'v'- x. llilfh A1..n.l lg T...-'r.i. :sg sp.-1.- .' 'T ' J .V U A.. ll-'mir LI. Il, l. Nlii.-full-l-'-Am mr l. ll'-niwi-mini' Uixvvn il: "'l"' "f"' 3""' ' r 'l 4. uw. vm. Ill ig iwmami "Th.,..- lin.. l.r.w niiwhiilt- xxx-I-L,.f.. l'.,-.wil 74, al: Iliin- iuii. ln.-. ..! i-ill--ia, miinnz ln-vlliill 14. l: Vhwrlcrulur 3, Carl Marshall James Robert Boltin Patricia Ann Boyd Bo oslawsk iw.f.r.f' llmill fl r'r...i-ii: n rm-.-iii... uz.rL.l-ri lhuncil - 7 , . 5, 1-0 A lj l -fra i--iw ., . rar: - 1 ig onnr .. Q 'ri 1 'i 1 T L 1 H' h Il 'i r':f,'5f ,PY?:H,k4'q ',"""'l '1liIit:iryll:imI3. "suv -n....l, in hvr own Hvglxri. lf. Qui ima lrli rnun " 'fx "Um "'h" f""""'f""q his hgh'-" nm..-S by -..u.,f...i, .,ff..m :mil hum--1 mms." "Qui--v :mil i-nr.-fri-.Q , , ," YM'-'P iv lr--ni ill-eyiimli-iv. . l. Xihl-fir l-jilil--r 1. 'VX mini! lliu! i-4 nlllv. li fur.- ilim i- fiiir. A .',.nil.imuiflii shin ia ii-ry rnrv. " Jerry Glenda Bradley Ann Mardrea Braswell In I', 8- Il, li Vlulw -l: Fil- luri- ll-innmrikvra 1. lfuluie- Nvli-.--. I, "Sh-- hn- xi uilrv nf ulxulln-su, Anil xi -milv mul 1-hrqlwnrv 1-f Infinity." gn , ON L. fx" :A Carlton Scott Brack D. C. T. Clulti -1. "The farce nf his own merit makes his way. . . " Nancy Elizabetlt Brown "A sww-t. face, a. may smile..." 4 f JP 1 Lt ', hi fi.- - 4 u. Richard Carter Brinkley Student Council 3: Singing Muskelwrs 3: Football 31 Hi-Y Sl: Choraliels 3, -1: "Dilix:0nt, valuable, aims for thi- top .... " David James Burbidge Churaliurs -i: Band 3. "Determination is the mils- tt-r kvy lu success. . ." Fulfilmenf of I C ' fl fi , ff l . , . 1 fp rx it x . -. it dr! v- , . 1 " A va R ' ' , .. X ' fe E l . l 1' 3' 1, N fin .. , A f W, 1 ' sv. as A y 5 de' 1' . . 'za ,ix I x fa ,. Xxx V" X Ellen Carol Brooks Barbara Jean Brown George Twiggs Brown Y-Twns 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Future Humeniakers Il: Y- -. v , - ,. 1. -- chmnun XVurkcrs Council Tt-ans 3, 45 Christian work. :1ff,"'Q,letf:1,'4lf-'.. lm ham" -l. "NVhercver she finds her- self in life. She-'ll make H Eonrl mlili- tion..." Hazel Leverne Burckhalter Christian YVorkers Council 3, -l: Athletic Association 3: Maisie Clulx 1:Futurc Teach- ers 25. -l. "Hur heart is open as the llay. Hur lculinfzs are all true. . ." ers Council 3. 4: Future Teachers 3: Class President -1 "Gi-art-. simplicity. and sweat- ness. . Joyce Ann Burris Haakt-tlmll 3, -l: Athletic As. snciatiun 3. rl: Future Nur- st-s 4: Futura Homemakers 3: Christian Workers Coun- cil 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3. "'l'hx- only way to have a friunwl is tn lie one," her childrerfs dreom. Mary Florence Butler Student Council -lg Honor 3. 1: Picture Editor of An- nual 4: Athletic Association 4: Christian Workers Cuun- ril 3, l: Yuum: Life 3, -li Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Reporter for Alusketeer bi, Herald Runnrter -l. "Tru-g and sincere, luxal and kind. Anuthv.-r like her you'l.l ncvt-r find." . .N l 11" IC' fv- 8. X li .ti ' '- Q, -V.-ax ' ' ' 'Y Curtis Harold Carter Barton Patrick Shirley Mae Cheeley Glenda Lucille Cheney Edward Chow "A man. ln- sw.-nw, ul' rln-t-r- Chambers Chrinlinu NYnrkx-rs Cnninril Trt-lvlv Fla-f Clulw Ili Sin-nanr llvtn Cluli R, l: Kry Club I, ful Nw-lx'i'1lliy:4 ami cuufiilunt Mimnm. RH-lt, 'I-Cum 3: SM.. Il, l: .Mlil--lir .-X-sl-rixliilvli 3. 31 liirl- Drill l'latumn 4. llwh llnnur li. lnnnirruw9..." rum Iiihl Q-him, L 1: Flwrnli--is 1: Tri-lli-Y R, "lik nirt- li- lu- nnlural if "Talk hu can nn-l talk hc' .qu 1,x.l,,.Y Wink. KWM nr I-'uturv llmni-nxal.urf1 l: Rt- y-iu'rv naturally nirt-." null: His tnnuuv is very Munn' nit' imhlklm, Mm- lmrtt-r for Mmkt-t-n-r lg sul-lnni still..." :nrt-4 ml ull. . ." lloniui-unnm: Qual-n Court l. ' "i.ini.- .-ln,-5 start liii: firm-H. . ." . 'N . A 9. Wmbm "? was 1 Cl A 455 Y 9. rv Q Q1 , N ,fi 1 x ' N fx ' Ol' V I RSP! .-I Y-1 wx 4 7 ' 'C Eugenia Kathryn Clark Lewis Clinton Clark Schuyler Walton Clark Chloris Viola Cliett -iff.-n-. l.-r Jill.-il iw-il,-1 ii- "l' 1. iw-.f ii.-.f Mi ii 1'-..-'rl.1l 1, 1, i, Hi.-li lluiwr xl..,i.r.-ii. 3, -4, i. llrziiiiiilir -,ll l-1 " i..-Hill.-f -lm, i--.rv .wil ' 4, 1, x, sill-l.i.' v..lii,.-il fills, 1, ii ll.',i,.- .mmf 1, xi.i.l.l,l sim! l, l:.:.. rl, ,wi--Y V .nw if ill, 1 L ll.-N I J li.,, - l-. 1-will-I uri-if . hw, iiwr l .Nillr-f I'i'ill l 5'-1-- l Vx 1'irvil1'.ir', l'i1lrllli.ili1l4' 1 ril-l. 1 ln. l, f.,-nail.. 1-m.il..,f. i'.lmi.,.,i.ii. r 1, Il:'-li .mir xml'-lv lil :i in .ills iil.f.-f..f v--,. l wi .- il-all-lv ' Nel' Do'-eng Collms Hugh Francis Conlon Ill MY"'a Svc Cook Eumce Ra'hcIs Twill., 11.-1 rm, 1, i f- - . . Crawford Q V M Y- hlwlz J l, , ,.,,,x,,,,,,4. , lm vim xx..f.,.-i-. i..l.i.l.l fi, .i..,i.-if l c, lwlwrrl, U, Q, 5 ", gmt ' u 1' win- Nine,-.. 1 i, 'I'--..lll.Y '4, l mil. i'1lil.:i, l:,..l.'l,.l.f, i '1'f,.lli-'x ',x"'r'I' V":Q,mv' ,,,.,,, , .,,,,.h, H ,, i,,,,,.,, l,.,,,.,,,,,, , '1 " "" rim mn '.s'.,fx..,f i'..l.n.4.l ' lr' l i. ,.-1-ll. :.n1l :, l Xiimigil Nuff I "l ' 'H+-i:-f -'m..f. limi- rr..-ml, 1.lm.y'. 'rl..- -:mill lil-si-l .flvlili lil., rmf..i ' .-,.l-l--. ,l Viz. 1,...,',- l-ler noble sons odown the yeors, Lee Ann Cllett lfi-il-ii-liliip il- thi- wini- of lifw Mary Elizabeth Creech " X lli-lii1:iiuli'lr-I4 in nm-.. F I U f ' . f' f - . . f . 01650 J ffm. ,F A, . , D l y its 'fi ,E 7, .gr f f,., ,.. D, :Q-Q' Q V, B sg 3 gi , 4 I v A -A V SWW, , Q H ,., Q' 'Zi If ', cv -' ,: Q I I ' af " .3 n - -'ff 1-. - W. -AF! l . at Roberta Venning Cribb Band 2, 3. 4: Future Teach- ers 4: Christian Workers Council 2. "Sincere in what she does." James Ronald Davis "There lies n nreat deal nf rleviltry beneath his mild exterior," Ann Grace Cromer Y-Teens 3, -1: Future Teach- ers 3. -l: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Hiuh Hunor 15. "There should he a wreath woven tn tell the world her worth." Donald Preston Day Band l, Z, 3, -1: "They are new-r alone who are necumpanic-4l by noble thuuuhts. . ." Caroline Cunningham Y-Teens 13. Il: TTi-Hi-Y 2. "Neither tim careless. nor Luo sad, nor the studious. nur 14,0 uladf' Bubby De Wifi "The mnn who wins is the nmn who works. The man who luils while the next man shirks,.." George Tams Curlin Band 4: Key Club 'lg Yuunir Life 4. Track -l. "NVhn conquers me final a stubborn foe." shall Betty Margaret Doolittle Christian Workers Counril 3, -l: Beta Club 3, 4: lu lure Nurses 3, "l-'ull ul' likeable simplicity anil quietness. . I-love proved their courage, conquered feors, Patricia Ritchey Davis Glee Club 1: Dramatic Clulu 2: Trel-Ie Clef Club 3: Y- Tet-ns 2. Il: Richmond Cho- mliers -1. President: Girls Drill I'l:ttuon 4, Platoon Learler. "Her amliitiun is success." Shirley Laverne Doolittle "A iiuenchlen star, furevtr bright. , ." 4 E' J, - TX 'X ,Alf - Nancy Jean Dunaway Hirh H-inf-r Il. Y-Teena I. ll: L'hri-111m XY-vrkwrs Chun- cil 2, :L 1. flrnnizitic Clull 1. fi: Tri-Hi-Y 2, il. "A xwrllvi xxfirnzivx. in-l-jg, rilnnnwl in i-.nr-v. 1-i i---nl- fnrl. nm! .'.mlrn.i:lll." 1 -1 P 'l .K 7 Alta Joan Durham Urzirnzil:-' Vlull CI. f'llrv-txnn XX'-'rl-.ur ll.-invxl Y. Z. 'Hx-luirxw :rn--vnu-vin. -if mzinrvr . ' Luella Ruth Erion T'l.H..v li. 1, r'f.,f.4ff i'hl..r, mlm L, N-ir..-, 34: l- il:-iw Tv'irhu'- l. fl:rhm1-nvif'ls'-r1i- ln,-rJ Il. 4 2 S1 cv-L-tary al I 51,,..,v1.g-vera lg Cliriauzir. XVnrkurf C-'unwxl fl, l, An- nn:il Stuff 1. Ar! Elin-r -I l Hwhe-1 Hilnnr- 4: Gin- A.: 'v.i'iv4 M'-gflul l, "A ,milf thu! ',xnn'! rom' nfl..." 6121. 'D Q. 6 . , W . K .,, f ., 1 v- v - -. l I " :O fv- wx ' , W Q.. l lv l - l 'U ia .X .J Barbara Duncan Leola Helen Dunlap Mary Nell Dunn Patsy Jean Dunn llziakvtl-:ill l, 2. Ylinni' l.i!'1- Fuuiru Tenchi-ra 14. 3, S-vhs linnnr Il: Y-Tvcna fi: Tri- Svrrulinry of Clan. 23 Chrig 1, Il, l: 1'hri-Linn XVl.rl.-.fra lnry lg Ilrnmzilxc Club LI. Hi-Y il. 1, Vin- l'r--fiilrnl 4: unn Xklirkqrs l'-luncil Zig Bi lliun--il il. l. Hnrh Hivruir 3. Annual Suiff lg fhristiurl flrxinxlllin' Flul- 2. fl. Chrif- Qu Ululi Il, lg 'l'r.-Iilu Uh T..p Tun Il, N'-rrlr..'r- Ciiullrll 1. tmn XYiirk--rw Cuunvxl 3.4. Flulv fl. li llivh Hnnur fi. "L--uililc. kxnil, vmcn-u-.:in4l "Shu uzilk- in lmiuly. like "I-'rig-nil-hm liuhu lhvpzilh- "A nn-rrp h--url nnikulh u an.-rl. lhi- nnxht. of rl--uill-as uziy -if ln-r life.. ." ch--1-rful cuunlcnunci-..." Shi- 1- :i 41+-ll fr-vm h--r hrriil ciinif :mil flurry rkiw. . ." .-V lm- - 5.11. . On fields of glory, honor, feors, 3 af: y ' I L., ., 1 'W "- 'D l , f It k r--T X Patrick Fain Dye l-'...,vl-'ill l, 12. fl, 1: I:cI'l:iin 1, Tn..-l, zz. 1: -'lr' x':.r..1g. l2:ifi..'lf:ill :xg C1-mill. 1.51.- liri- Iluli I. "Thug im- wnn- mifn nhl- 1ir-' lmrn t-1 l-Q lla-3 lwu, 'Hn'.-- my--ry -rirtni, nril lly rivhr. xi- 1-.-:ill mln- re-i,.." Glenda Mae Eskew Il..n..r :iz mnir.- T.,1.fh.4r- 2, L, Athi--:lr .-Xacnviziiinn 3, 2. I'-,lm Nlfinnu-r fs. Vic.- Pruaivlunr 4: Ilriakcllinll 2, fl. ag Ihrl, Acllmaia Maxfli 1: Fliri-Kirin Wiirkf-ra Chun- cil I: Mil-hun-.-r I. "Ill n fri--ndliv' heart that h:i-. plenty of friend-." e-. 5 Preston Clark Dye Mun--r Svfrsn-:inl I. Yvlumf l..r.' l. ' Fi-.-rr r.'f,.1y r..r im- ri-ml.-..2. Yu with piirg-.,..- into-nl," Ronald Izlar Evans Ufiin-r C4-nuinny 1: High-'-1 Hun--is 2, H--nur fl: Gnlil R 5: livin Vluh fl, I, Pn-qrnm Chnirmnn I: Su- llru Fluh 1. Fuilluill 2. 3. ll Trnrk I, 2, '4. 21 Flrias UI'- ficcr 21 Vim' Pri.-fiflunl lj Student Cf.unr'll Il. 4. I'r-w1- ulvn! 3' Ifhriwtinn XVfirkx'r:4 C'-uncil 2. Tl. l. Pri,-fifiunl l: Ynunp: Life K. -l: Cnmpnny Ewcrutivc- -I. "Rum c--ml...uml of qnnlily. nublc nml truv: W'ilh pl:-nty nf in-n-me nnil szunl humor Yun .... " X X -5' ' nv 1' l SL x x Barbara Carol English Bryant Pierce English Fhriumn w.,rx.'.-. Univ..-il .x..n..,.1 smfr rl: D. C. T 4. l"r.H.iiI.-m l. "An igxnml-In nl .'--lil-n "Th-- 'I-'lcr'nxilliiliim ni u ,Mvu..... 1.-..i .l.:1n'hi..." .-.-..l i- my mai km- HILW'-'-. , .V Williams Henderson Nancy Jane Faulk Evans.Jr. lfuluri- Hnnu-nmkn-rn I. Honor 3: High Mllilnry " Hnniir 3: Se-rm-nn! l"ur.-l flu-s il: Km-y Club 4. "Hu hna ummm-in in-ri-v in ii miy :hmm unifnnimnn, . Full nl annul nwurnnrc. fl . fl. . Qlllo M N. may wb is - 1 ,""S - .rv 'U' 3 1 '11 - - 1 Q v X fo 5 -...-- 1 xv- 4 James Edward Felton "iVhere is the end of study? Let me knuw. . ." Barbara Flowers Future Homemakers 1: Tri- Hi-Y 1, 'ZZ Christian WVurk- ers Cvuncil 1. 2: Future Nurses 3, -l, Vice President 4. "ln soul sincere. in :icti-in faithful, in honor clear. . ." Janice Virginia Fennel! Glcc Club 1: Chorali-ers 3: Treble Clef Club 3: Future Homemakers 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3, "None l-:new her but Lu lnve her, None named hr-r but to praise .... " William Minor Force, Jr. Football 2, 23, 4: Track 2,3, -li "B" Varsity Iiasketlmll 2: Hunnr 2: Student Cnuncil 2: Christian Nlfurl:-:rs Cuun- "lf we can luuuh and make lhu wurlll laiusrh tum NVith this nf-rar-nnlitg-'. what r:m't we 11:17. . l 3, 3. -l. Il. "i 4- FQ! Jacquelyn Fielder Future Homumukers 4:Peb Club 4. "A smile is the trademark of a happy sf-ul,.." Esther Anne Michael Ford Y-Twns 3: Treble Clx-1' Club 3, 4: Snnnsnr IS: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Future Hnniv,-nixikurs Ai. "The time in lm har-ny is now. . Qis' -e-- Jack Howard Fisher Football 2, 3, 4: Basketbail 2. SS, -li Hnsuhzill 1, 2, 3. 4: Se-'mil Lieutenant 4:55- lrfe Clul- -l, "Stars in athletics anvl friunvi-hili. , Jerry Herbert Fountain "T.. inf uwful is the :rear- . -t -.ix-vu:-U. . an b.0 -, if 9 Lamar Lafayette Fleming F-mnliall 1, 2. 3. -l: Basket- Lzlll 2: Student Council 1. 2. Class Officer 1, 2: Ten- nis 1. 2, 3. 4: Hizh Honor 2. Ii: Beta Club 3, -l: Sabre Clul-, President 41 Key Club 4, Annual Staff 4: Captain 4: G-'ld R -i: Neatist Cadet 3. If A man can look at life -.iith :i zrin. Has brains along' with it, his sure to win..." Thomas Bligh Freeland "Hi:h i-luzlls for future..." Inspired by Alma Mater. 4' - mx Q -J an 'Y i ' ,- , - ' O" Q l 'W ,- "' X ' . 4 5 ' Y - Q , .' .4 X Q. , 515 e "T: If ht. , "" X fzf'-F 1 J " ' X . Alton Frank Garrison James Terry Gibert Jane Elizabeth Gibson Brenda Shiv-Iene ilnmir :sg Iinnd Quinn:-il iz '-lr' mmm' r.,..lm1x 3: Chrimlxnn iv.,iil.lrt r...m-sal Godowns linnll 3. -l: Inter-slime Or- Youni: Life bl: lli-Y l. I, 2, Ii: Vlrl.. .Xilil-,-fir ,isa -' M h 1 , -h N . 1-hm,-H an Hi-Y 4. -'xmnh with umm :mul luuirll- M-i1.la..n at li..n.,.- :ig Hiizh Qvfmflff, 1-fj.,,,,.f,' If ,fhilfiff "KnmvI.-.mu comm' but my wr..." n..n..r 1, 21 rzirlt Ilrxll Pm- HM- ., mrl, M,Q,Q,iQ. ,N .mm lgnm.r,,-.H Emmy? lg lfuinr-A ll--ni-inmktars xm.5:,.,U,Q in 1.-,,,,,,,, HUQW, --- iw- 1 llll -ll. -'N.,n.- r..r at-lf nut for "" U 1 U" " l X 1-Khur-. . u...n 1, "An :ill :in-:mil rirl, :ul-l num- gl fu-..-rim . .f '55 - I, 'N i l 1' Larry M. Giles "I"ull --l' lu-li. full --f Evfv, n lml- is.-rl-l --1' lmi-1-ln.fs." fx Q 1, 4 rw , x Qu' J7f F f ' f J. eZ2?lll2J'1 fi. l, I 39 w- x f , X '45 . L 'N' I 1- ,ff Her lost-born Gilbert Charles Goldman "Th1-' nwl.-1, nn hw umm- lmrzxsel-.1 1-r-111 Nzlmrv has v,ri1u'n 12.-ml.,n11n-, . Leila Raines Goodwin xm1.1vg 1.11.71 4. ::, 14 C1111 1:1111 u..,-1,11r- 111-,m.-11 :L 41 Hi i- A-11:.-11.p x -e,, f1..'111- 1,: Sp-111-.wg T.-11'1'.-1 1 "Her lu,-,.r1 1- .-11-gn .1- 111.1 day. In-r f,-.11111'. nw 1,11 11-11., James Berry Gordon S1rvw:1111, Ihr-1 l'E:.-5 1, H1- X' fl -1111, 11.111, 111, 1111.11 1 .1.-111-11"" James Stephen Gossett 's1.1.-. 1. mmf. --111-11111.1 11.1.11 " Barbara Jean Graham lLl1.1l"1,i1 1, 1 51 .-.11 1 11.41111 ww" 1, : 11.1. z, : 1'-111.1.- 1 01, 1 xx - .VV 1 ,1 ,t 1 .f .H '1'. . 1- 1, rf. ' 11-1-1w.1.--1.1112 " 111.11 1 11111 .V . ,11.-1, N111 fr- M-11.11 1 'x 11, 1 - 11. ,.111.,11 :'11 1 f11,.1 ,, 1 11.1111 1. 11,11 " Jewell Marie Greene -U. l7-'14'.11ZI1'.1N- . 1111111 - 1.11 luv 1- : 11,- ,1- ww .V 1 .111 . eh 1 1 111 ali -' ,.., sons go forth fo prove, Betty Grlffm M. .'.. -, 1 Henmetta Eluzabeth Grnffnn "rn-. 1 11.1111-' 1.1 ff 111, ' '111n:11I-11-1 1.1" Mary Lou1seGr1ff1n mn xx..-71. 1,..1 1. 1,1 .,: I"--111r1r 1 11.-.. rm. 1 11.11.f-1 111.1,,. 111:.1..1r. 1 Yir..-11' 1 J. - S..-rug.: 4 I'111r. Nw . 111.11.11- s11f1.,1'111. 11- Y 1 'K VH' A '11 V Lois Grimstead far.. 11111, 1 3 1.11.1-.1-5, 11111, 1 I 191--rnlwr 14. 1. 'lr M- 11-:' 1'I111- S14 1. ' X r.1rf' 1-1-11.111-111.11 -J um' 1.1-', v4-ffl h-mn r 4114 mu M'-1111" A ,. 8 1 v- CTN' 'Q I' NT ZS' i f ' ,, 'rl' 'o no 1, W -r--5 -my Frank Ellis Guthrie S-:meant Firsr Claes 4. "Bun-fl uf Q-vlucati-Jn." Alice Danforth Hagler Hnnf,-r 3. 43 Tri-Hi-Y 1. 2: Iieul Club Ii: High Honor al. Annual Szaff. il: Young 'X Life 2, 35, 4: Chriatian NYQJL- ers C-.iunigil 55. 4. "An -.mean of ylarf-ilnalily with zz smile --n each ww.-f," gs v'x,,,s Vt' Ernest Theodore Hahn "XVhen duty uhifperr lnw, "Th-lu muf!!" Youth rexflicr. "I can." Judith Hale Y-Teens il, -lg Christian XV-irlzifrs Cuunuil 43 Tri-Hi- N - , '-X X 3. "Shu -lines hvr part with a willin: heart." X. 'Mid scenes of joy, 'mid scenes of strife, Sheila Ashley Hall 'Siuilg mv ni:iL.-'- ---mr p-.H . I-In v. i-ig lun il mzlliu- rv..- nilllw.-. ia-:." Harry Taylor Harper Ill Hiuh llninir l. ll.ir'.ix'2, Il, 1: 12--lf Tumi l. 15. 'L 1. Ili- Y l . l'hriQ!i:ill XY-'rl-,. r, I'--uri-il li Y-rum' I.il'-- 2, J, -1. 'S.-in--,I i.-.gli X ill, nm u xl i- -in m.il,w. Wlii-ni il., ynii ihiiik g,.,il'i'.' l,i.l.inlr. Donnie Ben Harris 'snin-r. ,v.-4-lfnxi. l--gill." Betsy Ann Harrison Flin-lizin W-lr-I.4,r. IN-nxivil :i. Twill-Y :, s -.-1-.,-mfg., li.- iii.-.- ii.....-mul.-r. Ja, Aililr. Vu' .X--'wmv--iii l. Y-'I'-will 2 1, linril i, :. 24. IM-l.-:A lmll 3, sl, 1, ll-milf. 's, Inn... 4'l-ill i. 2. ' .xmI.i1..-. im- mi. :mil i . thi uilil-'ii-.." Harwell Parks Hendee. Jr. Helen Boone Henry llrziniziriv Vlnll ll, l Ii.-ii l'Iul- Il, l: Aviiwuliil Svnff I llivlx ll-iinir '4 "l..-r ni- ln- lmm-5 ii- l--ng zu- I lv..-. .mi iw- ... iam' ir. lm li..,,,.'. -- iv ri 'l ' 6 . T. vt-' Q 5 s- -a ,. f, M nrt c .. qv 'Y -1' 5- ' IU 'I C' s C, flu- v- x cg .7 r ' ' U a , . ,-- 'P fl .faeylllkl Janice Carolyn Hen-sley "Shu I-no hi-r num :mil nf him ,lic xi-L-ilk,-," Patricia Louise Hensley T-fl.l.- C11-I Cluli i ,Q 4-.- ,. "'l'hi- L-uri--L rrp-:i-lm ni-irliil 'N l J , linw- nffi-ril 1. annul--F iq-- umm.-nf' Louis Marion x 1 8.75 ,H J HewIett,Jr. 'IX lvlli- lvurlllm' i. :i il:.li- pzcrnllx tliinv. H-- lu.-li-ua in wilful " Jimmy William Hickson '1l.l R-.... .. i.-ii. :mil ll.r'..r liiivliv " Rebecca Dennis Hull il 'mini NK--i .- liiiliii-il x 1 1..i. 3, 4, . sin, l., i I'-in 'l'.4i. 'l Xvlil--in x -m.,.ii.,n 1 :. imilii: 1 .xilninil sniff i, 'll.-f Ill. i,..- ii..ill.l mill..- nrt nina. NA. l-iiifi'ri'ii.--- fnilni " Sarah McC:mdlish Hill 1l.f.'i.i-l xx,.fi,.,1, i'.,..i..-il 'Q z .xw.ll.llsi1.rrx Hill-- vli- X---fi,-'ii-ii Q, l,Swii iii- - u...,.,f 1, nl,-ii n,.,,., g, Y.-i..i.- mr., ga li Tr..ll:.Y 1, lilvw- ll---ii.-ii...l..-r l, Q The Strength of her Sustaining love, Carol Jean Hogan iam,-ll.-, u..f..' i-.li..l:1 f 1 z 'rw-Hi-Y il, x, .xiiilw . x- -4-milf, 1, z 'Qi S "lil i-.z.- .4 ..l1 lvf--. rim-14 ' iiliili- inn lliir-.in-, Y -l nl! ilu- fi.: ' 'QU li...' v.. i..l All., 4- Palmer Ferdon -loqan l.i.l.-liwii in slim- V1-ill 1, 'I'iil1lii- ff, mimi.. f .,.,. I Emmie Carolyn Horne urn' :ami-iifiii w..i-Li.-re lhiiiicil 5, 4, "um il! zhi- hmm," 13 9- Donald Julian Howard "ll" Var-mtg. Fw-lllzill, Unpl- iiii. :sz Li.4ili.fm.m 1. slim., Flin, iz f4h..m1i.-.-- 1: spr- . no-X gr-1 J vi-'mr 3. "Ir,-numilu ri-mv in rnmll I-xi--l.m'i-1. :mil lhi. .mi - ri-:lily liunli-fl," ,,--15 41-- r,,' i , X X t fnfn N A Y. . .v pn.. ffl f 0 9 F50 9 'o no P X' Edward Clinton Howard Sergeant First Class 3: Best Drilled Cadet 3: Second Lieutenant 4: Sabre Club -l. "If silence were Holden. he would be worth a million dollars." Charles Babe Hughes, Jr. Football 3. "And it I give thee honor due, Mirth, admit me of thy crew." Thelma LaVerne Hughes Banzl 1. 2, 3, -l, Band Coun- cil -1. "And Yet a shirit still, and brixzht W'ith something uf amlelic lir:ht." Linda Leontine Hughes Vice President of Class 3: Tri- Hi-Y 3, 4. Secretary 3. President 4: Future Nurses 3: Prozram Chairman -5: Christian NVorkers Council 3, -lg Treasurer 3: M'uske- tcer 3. 4: Top Ten 3. "Fashioned so slendcrly, Youm: and so fair," Claude Hillyer Hutcheson "If Lwntlemen prefer blonds. I'm no gentleman," Gladys Marie Hyatt Athletic Association 3. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Girls Drill Pla- tuon 4. "Health and happiness are a persons birthright." Her tested armament of life, Paul Edward Hyatt "His runisonini: would con- fixst- :my tcnnberf' Paula Gail Jackson Christian Hlrrkurs Council l: Futun- Honiunuikura 4: Y-Toons rl. "l,ixvly ns :i wimlshield xiii-gr." Lila Catherine Jackson l'hri-atiun NVnrkt-rs Council Il, rl: Young: Life 3, Al: Tri- Hi-Y 12, Il. I't-iw Club -l. "Sink :is lrriizht ns :in April sky . Claude Franklin James "one of the best things to hum up your sltvvc is u runny hone." 11 ,- -1- X ,- A v Y - 3 7 fl J rj,r f. nklllbi-J V - fv :B . - fr- Q, . ' x "" ' . xx I ' X fv A' f Y gf' I ' L- ' A ' . V? 1 -J A XX Charles E. Janes. Jr, Kay Havird Jarrell Ann Elizabeth Jenks -' ' 'W lava. fg..i. ., i 'lf-.lim li..-.W f im... x.. .J : l l'l,".'i..'. XXI r-,.'- l...'i ', S' .-lr'.! l..'.!..l L , 1 ll.,-l. ll...-f 1 -',4.....:l --' nn...-. ri- lairig. sr. f..... i . .f l....- 'ii' li? l ' l .fl " Walter Robert Johnson M"OPfeS10f1JOh"SO'1 Sheha Ann Johnson ...',. ., - . , - I:..,.l ,A 1 4',...'..1-. Hn. ll..i,l.r Z. 'i ., clay... ,I ia... 'MM HWY in X 'A M4 ..,, ,V X. H ri. . , .. .. -.. . -1-.,,, V,, ,,,,, ,,,, .,.., . . i.. .. i 'r..:. l IL' "1 i . 1. , , . They go of duty 5 stern co . ' vs as 42- 5 Q - Q' - - fs' ,Z Helen Cain Kelley Nancy Glanaire King Sandra Laverne King lim.-."i'.w1. .X-'..r.l J, fig- l 1'-l-U Nur L-Q 'L Tr:-Hi-Y .-Xr.vm:.l Smff 1. T-'iflli-Y .f, 1 ..w 1 1, ll..+..,-.- HH... .1 mr.-i.,.. w...-L--fr i'...,. : Y.T.,'-..- l.1-r-rur:in.i-n:iir- nr ,. T-.l-lf V..--' I"..l. ' .-.l 1, : x.,....... sum l ...in i f'hrif1..... w..rl.Qr. ia.-if '.'...,J li..-.,...l... 1, Y....4,41..r.- i, fm-,.....1 i l,..-lr .X'l.l.'-. y...,...:.v...., 'If ...,fx......1..g, ...f..1.Q ., -'l'l.........- mls ......- :..,...i.. 1 1'..ii..'.l 'n, 23 nf.-1,..el...llTcg -1... .-....l.1 h.,-,.. .. ......1.-," ful y.,-:ii-1, .1.-.ip aiii.1, .r .. vi.-f.f.f. w-.r1..r- i'....r.f.: .....--'r.,..-.-." 7' hir,-' .X.'.uitxl- M-:fini 2, "x .l...f.,i.... ..f im 9.1,- ...il ...Nl mn.. .lx- , .. .V . i . y ' 1 PK! J i, , 5 av ' 1 C . x A .2 Fred Vaughn Jennings ll., .. .,,..-l .-. ..l.i-,.....-. Barbara Marilyn Jowers Tiiflli-Y l YXTV-r ...A ..f.. z x... ...' 5-.mf ...A 3.1. .iw ' mmond, 5. ,Vg ' Martha Elizabeth Kinsey Y.'r.--..A 3 i, 1. l'..a..l.-..i 3 'l.il,.g xl n.:..l..i.ii:. fziir x-,ii -ln., Fill-.l ...eh mu..l..illg. V..-.ii " .4 , Carol Ann Jernigan Ilirh Ili-I.-.r I, Ili Hvln fluii :4:, l, Ylniiiv l..f.- 2. IK, l, l.lrll Xllilvtn' .'XN-nriiililin Il, l. Xfhl.-llv X-.vlmliiliiin Il, lg 'lflilrriw l'..i.i..-ll ll Ili.-B.:-b Mill 3, fl. li I'n-fi.lwlil ..l' rlpi- I Vlurialiin. W..rl..fr.w i...lilril I, IU... " ' I.-n .L Sl... l-.-.l- lib' :ni :iriitvl .nnil i...., l.-ll xxhul ilu." ...-ii. liki- mi.- IC..v g..-ii in-iur run .ii zlnvvl will Virginia Ann K'Burg Jiri- ,Xllil..v..- .Xl-wiwiiiliivn fl, l V.-unvil l,l'hriNlii.n NN'--rlf .- i'.......-.l 'L i, F.-l-r.-mry 2 , 16.44. l'I'il. Il, Lrhixlvlziiii 1. Iirliiviiiiw l'l..l- .il lliifh Him- Nlimr- ...1..l.' l...i uhm -li.. ia. :iinl nu.-r mnilv :in- .,.l..r" 'vs ..,, 4-.. 4-1 ,J 'War Nancy Ruth Kirby I,. l... ir.i-- z.. hi-i, Lifv. li- -I.-:ir L.. in-r. ll.-..lzh, -my rl..-.- f.. li.-r. .I..5, .li-ml nriir ei. ha-r" fy X .f O X 1 K 1 fl 6121 ' P o o 0 f ' J f - x ... - . , if "i Y ' l :ij - " A ,. . Q 4 1. M' K 1: 'T 1- vi Vs' - ., - L I , ' , , , - 0 rf- ' : I . ,ii . v 'A jf iv , i. l ,A A X- X N Y 4 1 1. 'L . Myrna Loy Kitchens Kendall Ellis Kitchens Jacqueline Anne Knight Nancy Carolyn Clarence Alexander Future Homemakers 3, 4: Band 1. 2, 3. -1. secretary Future Nurses 3. -ig Annual Krewson I-3719 Ill "A miss is ns mood as she and Executive officer -l. Staff -l, Publisher 4: Young -.A constant bubble of happy Second Likmenam 4: Sabre wants to be..." "Never du today what can Life 11, 4: Christian Work- talk and laughter..--i Club 4' he put off until tomorrow." ers C,-.uncil Ii, Pep Club 4. .-I,-ull uf lauzmrr fum of "An example of- Holden pq, ' ' bwwmesi and dehght' Never quiet th:it'5 his rep." On seo, in the sky, or distant Iond, i 1 ' - af J sc . - Rv, '. 'V' "' rl: 'V ' C .Q X 1 V . L.. , -. 11' .,-- 'we K ' 'vs ,,- if 'vi J 'IN t , f - y -. Q Q , ' 1... ,... es l ' William Stevens Lanier, Jr. l-'lmtlmll l, 2, 3, -l: Serin-nni. -l. "Miiwhic-f iw where yuu find it. lflspevinlly il' hu's liuhind it." Charles Milner Llvely l-'lfntlmll ll, -I: Mulakutecr Stuff il: First. Lioutunnnt 4: Siilwi- Chili -I: Rifle tenm fl: Chriiatinn Wurkers Chunril Smit -l: Ynum: Il. il: Annnxil Lift- Offical' fl. interfem with work. . ." "l i' women work. qui! r v Laverne James Jeanette Loflin High 1-itmnr ci. limit-r xc Spnnsur l: Girls Activities Medal -I: Richni-mil Chnrnl- iors 2. ll, -1: Ava-inipiiniz-L Annual Stuff 2. Asst. Emi. ness M':inm:ur: Muskctwr Stn!! Ii: Christian Wurkcria Cuuncil 2. fl: Hum Club fl. -I: Girls Vi-sul Ensemble J. "Overflow of nrhiovc-ment. ." Frances Kay Lee Trialli-Y 2. 3. "A pretty fmt- :mai smirk- linu eyes. litfnuzith which much mis- rhii-t' lies..." John Robert Long Sinwim' Mixskl-hw-rs 3 : Young Lift- Il. I: Hi-Y 1. Tn-zisuwr. "Thu mun who lilushus is nn! quite :i brute. .." fr-- '7' ,, Richard Jennings Lee Ynnmr Life 3. -I: Christian Wnrkt-rs Uuuncil l: Ser- ltcnnt l. little. In stu-ly "TM worry It-as, ls my idea ni' harmi- nl-ss. . William Thurmond Loyal Serin-:int First Class il: Hi- Y l. "A bis: mun, A biz hcnrt. . ." ,J Carolyn Dahlia Leonard "Yuu will find hut' trucunll Ju'-I. A uirl wh,-ni nil will l-in nn-l lrusl. F i i- . R K 0721 me ' L' ?s .,, .gl Mmm ev K to - I N ,fr iv ' ff is " n. - f 4 v N 4. .A I -4 1 1 Y - , r- .W J, I W il A Robert Randolph Lucky hurt---mix -l: Ieiiiiiluili I: Haif- l.L-ll-:ili il ljliribtigiii W..i'i.ur,, Cii'.ii.'iZ .c, 1. "lin-' iii, ii.,i.w' liirrzf li. l-gicl.. Iziiv niriii-iw. wh--J 1-ri.-,mril rf' "' L '. . I 5.1. nn' .',,. I H" .N .iq :Ir 'I'l'p, , I , . 4 I Lf.-, is-:-: -:::".-.-'-'- o0n,z.,,u. .--' ,Q .,'... .'.u n:"'t--'- nn- '.,l- .I A. , -Q v. S . X i nl" f V-. X I 50" Samuel Fiske Maguire II-iii-r I Q, ,L l'l,rix'i:ii- XX--iii-r 1 iiiwll i Ili-Y 2 ai.-, win, 1. Zvi! I,i-'iwiizirii l. "Ir.-.-riiw mm, i-iii., :iii :il.iiilv.'iii-'iii ii! .ill limi i- i-l.,1i-.iii ii. mu. Symm Hawes McCord Ilziii-I l, LI. it Rifle Tigzivii TT, I-l"il1':iiii, Drum :limi lbw.- !',.fiV rmnimiiiiil-ir l, Suhr., riiii. i, "I lwlifmir- ii mlm Nhiiiilil hum :i miii.l i-f hig 1-uri, - I-viii-.',' -i lxiri- I .fm l,..rn.w 1-nu' Judith Ann Mack fhri-ti'i:i XYiirkw:w KH-urici' .:, ig i-miii'.- 1i..m.-m:.i.,,-f, ,, 1 'I'rt-l-in V1-,if Vlul- I5.',. 1, 1, Iliizh II-iiiiir I. -. ,1, llirl- .Kiiili-'ir .KW-I-iiiii--ii .. l..iii-law hhill 1. Mimi I.ii'- L. 'L I. . Ann Macklin Patricia Ann Maddox "A lilllv liil .if klxiiulwlxfv liluh i I ii 1 xii-,Tv :uiinunl .if luIf,.." Binh' iill ihv ii-:i.-liifn iliuilt I Mil-ii my i-lufl',.." 'I"':fl --I vivli'--', lit.-I .'ii.iFiii 'I'iii .-.i L'.ii i'.Ih iii- l l.irii ' Led on by touch of spirit hand, P- 'A-' ' 'T 'Q n "' Q? 4- Y . Y Q ' C V "' v A - 'W 'I U f'- K ,h lu nr- w -.-.- Q C V f. 8 .li Georgia Elizabeth Markert Girl- X:liIi:i.- X .ia-iiiviiiii X i.. Vr.-lil.-ve '1, imiisi.-il fini- iii, X'.iiii,1-i, 4.,iiri.fil l lh--4-r,-:iii--r l. Ifiitlml- i,-iii 3, ri, ig ii.,iii.f II, 4. "I..,..-, l..- vrii.4 '.. hi-r, Lif i,. .i.-:if i.. iw, lI.'.i1'h, amy, elim' i.. hir .I..,,-, ilrziv. ri-air ui hi,-r." Amon McCormack. Jr. Ili-'1 l: Ilrinil Tl Sul. Il I'I:i-V I. ,XI'.-:ig.- hill-i-gf, iii-I..-r mul' i.iiii--limi-1 miiivlily. nm.,-r liziil " Anna Eugenia Marks Yi-uni: liifi- il, ll Hi-ln Vluli '?, 1 Girl, Xlhlifliw .X--iifiiv iiiiii 1, l, Hiiniir Tl, "Cii.i'-ir ia viii- .pil-v I-I .iur li-.-5 Lucile McDonald l,'h:'l-lifiu YVi-rkr-rs Fiiunr-il l, Yniim' Lifi- Il, 4. "II ily.-K la- uiiiilmi-4 nf thi- -i-ul, hui-.faiirvly mu:-I bf- l-rivhi. , l Sandra Evelina Martin '1-'Ii---ru Il. I 1 in-fri-fury: Tri- Hi- Y l Riiiiilifiw Sliiff it r'hn.iii.i. w..i-Li-1-. r....ii.4il 1, "Elvin lui! iliiiirr-ri,iia." Betty Lynn McKenzie Cliili Il. IL Tn-lilv Vlui' Vlul. I lwui 1, 1: Fhriwliun Hhrki-iw C1-unril II, 4. "I,iiilt- smirk. mart uri-:ii fini., . ." Richard Lamar Magruder. Jr. High Iliiiiur I, 2. il: Fmil- liiill LI, Sl, l: llc-in Cluli 3, 'li Km Chili ij Hi-Y ll Swirls- nmiithii- ziwuril 1: "thin Ky in his nuuinc-r, svr- i--ii-iirw iii his llwupzhi. , ." M I Q, 1 . ffl Fredrick Marion McBrayer Flirikllnii Xkkiriwrw Ciiiinril I. Iwi IA. IL Snliru l'luli. "Thf' only uziy in ri-L nhl-ml ii. ii. mi- ihv mir- ymi've gui. . ," Mary Helen McGlnty Sluiivm Viiuni-il l: CirI-1 Alh- Ivtir Awiriiilinn 13 Chri.. liiin XY.-rL-'rw Vniiricil 3, l: Mii..i,iii-ii---r- :iz llluskniwr ls Yi-um! Life 2, fl, -ii-rr:-inf? 'lt "Did yi-ii 1-xi-r ww- xi ilr--nm wnlkinrfu' . L l. i 'P' ' W . 2. rw' i, 1. " 1 H' Q' Q ' .xi ' A 7-if ,JF H .igxyff " ,3' jtf,1' -' John Buzzy McMillan Football 3, 43 Christian Workers Council 4: "B" Varsity Basketball 3: Base- bnll. Zi, -l. "The midnight nil ho burns is Amoco. .." Robert Allen Milhous "If school is liberty, :rive- mc death, . ." 1,1 Janie Sue McNorriIl Christian NVorkers Council 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Future Nurses 'li Athletic Associa- tion l: Honor 3: Annual Staff 3, "Sho's a short circuit with plenty of spark. . ." Alfred Montague Miller Football 3. 4: Track 3, 4: Hirfhe-st Honor MSSKI' fl: V. F. YV, Sabre 3: Chaplain Sabre Club 4: Annual Staff -i: Gnlrl "R" -l: Lt. Colonel -l. "Hu kt-nt one eye nn the ball and anrl thc other on thc ifirls. . ." F 'I .' 'Kry- ,V N .ni " fl' . rf.. C4 f if X' 1 - it Q a. 19' up-1 Mary Theresa McNulty Honor 2: Highest Honor 3: B-ata Club 3, 4: Future Teachers 3, 4: Christian Workers Council 3. 4: Latin Club 3, "She Hives herself to deeds of worth. . ." Brenda Vivian Mitchell Y-Teens el: Tri-Hi-Y -4: Christian Workers Council ,1 "Once your friend, always your l'riend..." we J .- Q 'G' 17'- ilf at s - li Q' " , 'fx Clifford Terrell Melton Football 2: Sports Editor 3. "lt's better to have a leak in the gas tank than a drirl behind the wheel. . Emily Mitchell Christian YVorkcrs Council 3, -iz Tri-Hi-Y 4: Annual Staff Al. , "Hitch your wzuron to a star and theroforc roach Hrcat ht-illhtsf' QR ,' 'P' vw-pf Finley Henderson Merry First Lieutenant 4: Sabre Club -l: Christian WVorkers Council 3. -it Golf Toam -li Tennis -l: Youni! Life 3, 42 Hi- Y -lg "B" Varsity Bas- ketball 3. "A shrewd business man- monkcy. that is. .." Of our fair Alma Meter. XY' George Walker Mobley Salnrv Vlnlv -lg 2n1I Li4-u11,-n- nut -lc Ilanfl 2. "Studying is an institution- hut. I nlun't want ln gm lhuru. . ." ,. 'N 'w 07.5 5 . in 5 n f 4 Ivey Clark Mock Helen Marie M,S,l. 4, Montgomery "MU" lm' ,f""i" "Y "Wilken c'i-1-atliml VVorkcr:1 Council wnnu-n. 3' ,L "Sho mln-ia ns sho xmulil bu ilnm- hy. . .' Charles Pitts Moody lfnolliall 11. ll, -1: Cnllluin "H" Co, -Ig Christian Workt-ra-1 Council Il: Manauer nl' llusts hall 'l'n-am 2, -l: Snbru Clulu "A rn-at believer in lifu. Lilu-rly, and thu Happinvss of Pursuit. . ." Sylvia Ann Morgan life- Huru's one variety! lhita Ululi Ii, lp lflunnr 3. "V:nI'iv:ly is thu sliirn' nf 02. f. Zin' T2 i. , 1- 3 :N 1- fv ' 5 61 "" 10- . J Y 'Q K4 L. ' ,W 1 ' " ' - , Q lit' 'T , Y. V, ,X X X X 1 ' Q , 'K .5 vs - ' ' f"' Y 2 5: fb N ' -.., - 1 e 3 --1 ' , i ' ' A T f" gi, f fr i Y- J ,V , , fir if pf ff Catherine Harper Corrille Stevenson Mildred Genet! Morris Jesse Thomas Moseley Billie Maxine Mundy Mo,-ns Morris im n...fi...i fum..-.i i-u.,ii.:.:l w, i, liii.k.'n.:.1l zz, 'I'ri-lli'Y :ig Fliri-tiiin work. - X ,I J, ,,, , - , H,,.,,,. Hp, ,ll , , iw- 2 si,.m.,f.f i li..-.-l-1.11 ,i, .-i-.1-.,...i.4ii:i, i ,,.,M,,,,, ,,,l 1 rf. 4 x... uw, ,. .T viirill , -iii-l. -l..'..- in 1. mi :iii-l in..-ii i-- "x V.,--4 iiiiim- I- mill.-r i-- ' 1'-.. i ii.-,. rm, i ,, .i -Mini, in--J' u,.- .-rm..-1. mini ifnliii iirh- l"- l..,'ii, lm. rf, , 1 I 'iii i lim only 'ill :-'ur il-. . i'i,i,'i..f u..,i..f 1 .I f -Mil " l Xi.: i.i. Swfl' C, l 'Li x.--mi-T. '.1.ii..a i In 1-ur ii ri-1 Ml' 'i-2. i i,i-- l,.- ll"i l'..ii.' i ' 41,i -.1 ' U Sandra Gail Nelson Stanley Ernest Ji M h T Neal, Jr. sandra Margaret Mun" 4 Vm wp Y 'fn E "sin: i..l...if i.i..l i-nan, Mui Neuhaus '5'M":' X7 V' L' N -X N 'W V NM: .fQ"'f" " " " 'V' ""' V--'H"""" l'l"- "wl.,-f.- .-. in.- -'nil or .i...1g.7 im-1 xx.',,..- . I, ,V HN I, - ii- -- Sri.. nr.. nn- ii.-fm ,ii mf In nh, MW .. . l, blriri-Hr' 1. " "' ' ' l ' "' filivir ZIV-, ' x ml- ,....fii.f i . i i I' ii li-if' r- -wniiini i i .-. "' 'Bv- vve N Q, - Q . Thomas Edward Helen Marie Newsome Charles Ira Newton Newman Ifiiiiiri im...-i.if.l..-fe 1 mu. i,.,ii..i min. aa mf l,i,.,,,,V.,:,,,, 5-:1,..,v. rlhi, ' Xi.-l g.ii ii -1-irif -ull :nl niflil--v i-...ik ii! Gi-il," Hg ...,y,,,',m, ,A 4h,,A,:,,,,i lirirlf wvla -frv.-flliim' if rv,..i..1Y mf not -l rr in fl'L"'-l" 1'-'V"' ri, qiurl- " gracious mother, foir cmd wise, -f 5 Q L Susan Hunter Newton Elaine Nicholson llivh n......i- rs, Lilian 1'1ul.:a1 ,m,,, ,v,,,,, 3' 4-,,,,,,,,,,, Fliri-iirin w..rki-r-. Vi-ini--il W,,,ix,r. mjinin.-il 1: Mlilii- .l, 1, Fiiiiin- Ti-in-li.-r. li Rv- li.. vxWl.iH,i,,n ,X JN SHIN- ii. i-lin. 3, ap Tri- um' 3,1 mm, ,N "sm-riirr nl... ihiiii hail.,-y ii. M,-Mm, nm, ml, I, hx Wu W, ihi- hun.-yn-mlif' lin ih., Iiuhi fniiln-in-1... " , +A K F M ' 1 fl . ' r. fl. akin!! 1. 7' 3- 'X Q 'F ve " Z. Barbara Alice Norris "There is nothini: worth the wear of winning But laughter and lheluve of friends." Barbara Ann Ock M cxl 3: Beta Club 3. -1. "A mind that is able. n face that is fair, A comhinalirm that is very rare." ary Helen Oetjen Mary Joyce Oglesby Latin Cluli 3: Annual Staff "The general infusion of Treble Clef Club 4. 3.1 Christian Workers Coun- wit," " There :ire whole veins diamonds in her eyes." 0 f Deanna Elaine O'Halloran "A heart with rfronx for every joy." 4 Ten thousand sons she yet shall beor, . ' . "fi 6- , ns 0- ,fq -sv- .v. R . I P15 , v Y t 'vs Q. f -V . . k - N , .,-- ' ' T1 I - I ' da ' Q ' R 115 '7 - ' . f -' M f ' . rx - 4 Nell Hoit O'Rander David Frank Patterson Barbara Jo Pnul Walter Irvin Parnell Peterson "Shu, with nll,hr-rp:mulhum- flnlll "l," 111 lliifh ll-,nur Il, llwlu ll.,rn-r-- 2, llnvinrl 7:3 Peilrre. JF. 4-ly f,-Q.,...l. muy nvll ...- or shnrus- Vim- l'rvsiil.-nl ..f l.mm Simi.-ni 14-.nn--il 1, l'lni,imn 1.hUmlh,. 54' M,,,L,.,,,,.,,., L: rl-.-li--vi--I an mi-si--ri-ll-.-r --1 Cum! nuture hrirnmim: in Vinh fl: llnml fl, l: l'u-unril W.-ily:-iw Vrniiwul l, Mn4.,.,,. 5,,rL.,.:,,,, 5, nncurt-," the frix-nflly smiln- She ig 'l'rt-xuur.-r .,r mn.-1 1. lc.-. W-lil. l. fine il..-.li ..r hr.,- wufnrsf' ln Vinh 'l I Xu l Martha Ann Phllllps 'A src-nth' minrlhy su-ntln llrwlx is knmvnf' .. g , nun Slufl il--Ai un-, th-1 -I4--wrt." fl: l'ull. nt' Annuul l. Dra- mnlin' l'luln 1: Svc'-'l'r1-:L-.nf K1-y Cluli l. "Tin-y tulll him ll- rlmnm- the vnr null km-in thx- nil," . Frances Jeanette Ot's Dixon Ph'Il' . I ' 'ps Pittman F4-lllmll Munxnn-r 2. 3. 4: H A - . llnsulmll xl..-mg.-r 4. The' ,.""W l" "U h""l'f 'F "Eu-ry num of cnurzntc im 'mul n nmn nf his word." "Xiu-.ir 1- ilu- uni-.vi -:il lun- Enznu- nl m:inkm4l." Carolyn Glenda Pond 'l'ul-mnu T-.lu Tvn 2: l'rc-i- qh-nr .lf ll..rn.f lawn: Cl: S-rr. Tron-. Jr, Flu s 2: Y- T--i-n- Il. l: Fulurc Tvnrh- vr-, Vin- Pr.--iulunl Zlcliln Flulx Il, l. "Fit lu :-tnnzl the Enzo uf milliunif' "lah th Patsy Ann Pond .-n l sms lu-r 4-ye -.ms llriuhl. .X xwll uf ll-iv. an svrinr of liiihlf' .ff R C6 f ein' az' ,xv Q. 'X - - Y ' -Q 14 -1. 1' ' r . 1 .k Q-f-- E to . - 1- 2' . 1-ur ' Q I ,'. K Dorothy Louise Powell Mary Leona Prather Carol Arlene Price Bobbie Earline Price Miriam Patricia Price 'r3:l'- 'will-'l.. .i ll '.'l- l 'un lillnh-rwizilwra ll, Al: Sho apr--i-l :irl-un-I thu! "l,.,..l.f 1., flluul In-r ifrncf' "l'li.- --uh truv lixilllrillmu is 1'i'i , :Yuri-lvxlzi W--ral-rs C:-unril inuzm- r-rwvll. f-.mi-l nhl-u yuu hun- xx -in l ., -if-. .- ,ul ., 1. 'rhlll m..'-..-- gill p.-.pl.-l.w.- m-llilill.1.- ..r fri,-ml," Il' fl 3,l,l," Irv-.-,w.' lnli 1-ur-'. Pwr xu-ll.'4 sill..-f, ,v...ll:':N, :lull -lu- milf., . , , With souls unsecured in honor s eyes, Q 4 W , A - . fi, fr v- f. 1 " X-U ,-Cu Cf Vi - ,,. x v I ' ' Cs --v "ig . 1 - - ,. Y . A ' ' j . , ,Y El l S 'I . He. fa- yy 'A kv v I . V . --fr 1' '? 1 ea Noel Lamar Price Louise Weltch Pund Fairy Joan Ray Martha Ophelia Ray Barbara Read IZ .lllm l-'llillll-, vial :ii..l Sgi.lri-iw 1. .Mill-,lm ,-Xf-lmi:i- Xllllmip Xae.l.4l:.linlig lfulur-g lf lm-r Il. 1- ,i,l, " :Um 1, rt-mil-il 11 I7-,-ru Vlul- yur..-, "Thi-uglul--A nl' l-wvlin----, :, 15 1-4..,,,,rf 'c Iimnillms pm.: .mv .hr lmillli, .lr .iw 1- lax.-lm.-. li.-1-L.-lr," Flul- 1, .xl.nl.:.l Stuff lp pil., nh- rim., :lll .lm-, l'lirisr::.r, wl.fl..-f- lmlml-ll sm- wi. l.. rr.-.il ,,. ,, nl.: 1, 1 vj,.-.-mil., l'..mmivz.-.- mlinxh of M3-y." Uv' Vliri-lx.in Wlirlar- Umu- .-ll :. 'S-lmllinila from hi-r .,-ys I -11.1 1-..-.iw mir. nl:.mclil.N John Dixon AI M R I "" ""' Reynolds Ill Carl Wayne Richards Ga' awry eff ey ii..n.,.e all x.'l.i.ai cial.-1 an vial.-ry al..-il H.. mhil-i--. nn-1 lunar., 311:-.-N .L Illv-'nvlf llirh Ilmmv' MSQT Tl: "Il" inf- ml-:mural in millime- Xwwl:-l Sv-ff 1-A 'rv- ij - xg.-any r'.,,lu.,.i1 zz, Pmml-all Rita Lil on ghoden 1.-fa" L, ,,.rm,,mr ,E X,,,,,,?, IJ,-,, Johnnie Audley Reeder In KWH ,L L Vhrmmn wmk- Vs Y l A I' 1, 1 1'hf-,Rami KK-lrl:--P g.r,,..:.m I-gr., Q-IH., 33 M., ,-,,,,,,,.4, gl. 13 Anmml r4l1..ml..-ra .lg Tr:-Ili? VI. 'hum-fl 'l ly 'lN-l- TIN 542 f'l1ri-mmm Wi.:-l.lgr,. Vliluil-il 5'f'H 5- Nluek,.,,,C, gmffll: lfmurn- hu:-ll-1 K: thi-Minh 4lA,I,,,g fjmm,-,1 5 34' Mull., HHH- E,u,.mi,,, Of, XYfirl,i-rw 43-linril -1: Avlrvxs Shi- -1.1.4 lwlilq.-l :i wi:-1 -H,. k.,,in,.,i f,,,f,, Ham-.:y, f.,,,,, 1. 5,,y,,.t, plug, 44 ln-3 Aunr-I -I Annunl Sm! -.'.i'h 2wvIl'1-riu,-ui1l4,- .mme :ill lil. M-limi: n "NVh:il mm you sw- ge nnly 3'- Wlul h .fl fri.,-WIA vhr-.viz-lil-in fri.,-ri-l." ymlf ln.. prnniisu -,if lhinszs 'l:1l'll'll :mil thi- wi-rlll laughs -no lgllliilirysl-lcv" In hc." uilh gnu." f' o re f I l 1 , 9 X 0 7 'O 0 0 I '. X . ,- , l I, 'T qc- 'K " ' -L L Q A-Q 1-. Y 7 4 ' , -mvv . q, 1, Z' q is 4 i 'R " , ' G- ,. ' . , U ix ct 1- wx eq. 'fa " - P cr f A .S J 4 Z, 'i Martha Shadle Ringson Carroll Leon Roberson Donna Elmire Carolyn Annette James Harvey Rogers Tri-Hi-Y 3. 42 Library Club -'Youth will not alv.-ag.-5 las: Rocheleau Rodgers l, 2: President 2: Future T--:ichers 3. 42 Christian Workers Council fl. 4: Hon- ni' -I: Activities Award 2' :It-il-,paper sniff 1, 22 H1-nurnry Member. A. V. 1. ., 'lOl' lcarninx: tmik shegreat- est unrc- and heed. Nur spoke -me word more than was her need," Avis Ann Rollins Future Homumzikcrs 3, rl: Girlq Drill Plzitnnn -l:Young Life il. "Simi :iwuy sorrow, laugh cure." us' 'C' i ,Yi 4 ,f' ' sir prepare the future bp: mnlilim: the 1-List." Clara Delores Rosier "My true love hath heart." m y Future Nurses 3. -l: Future Home-mzikers 3, 4: Girls Drill Platoon 4: Young Life 3. 4. "Not all the trefses that fair heads boast Shall draw such envy as the locks you boast." Peggy Joanne Rowe llueketbcill Jig Future Teach- .-rf 3. 4: Arhlexic Association il. 4: Intramural Sports 3, -l. "Ti-oulllu nt-vor trilublt-s me." "She's smiling and happy, rarely sad. One of the be-st friends you ever had." Leonard Roy Rubin Beta Cluh: Key Clul-. "Y-ruth su full of pleasure, life so full nf merrimeiltf' "A little nonsense now and than Ia reliahul by the uisfs! men." Anna T.Rufo Tri-HLY 3: Athlelir A5- si-cizltitln 4: Future Xuries 5. "A kin-I heart nukes for succefsf' With zeol to do, with will to Evelyn R. Russell Futurt- Tx-:irh--rs fl: Choral- lvra 32 l'hri-Aliiin NViirkt-rs Count-il 3: lfuluru llnnwnink- vl'-4 3, .L "0ppnrtunily nwuilihst her." dore. - .-1: vs ,.x 'Q ,gx 5 '75 -v- i f 0- .J . , ...NN 97 H, Mary Josephine William Joseph Jazk Lewis Joan Sanderson RUUCUQS Salley Safldlirl-Jh ma- Flulw i- Fiiiliff mm.-. "Siva-t :lnil pretty, nunt ll-si Di-illtwl Swim-l R: Hi-Y "Thuus:h l nm yuunst, l "'i"":r' 11 h:"ffi"' nfrjf limi rim-. 1: sm-aliii Fil-it time i. S.-.li-ii ii- lin "'e""'nffI'-1' I"L""l -' lnwt-il hy t-xurynnu, cu-ry "A future bright ns sun- On ilu- uiluts of borrowed T"'fM" l"f 'IM' 'xi ANTI' whmlr.. bmw.. MH- li-iii iiiiii.-l-il ig xiii-knit.-r s.ii:' l. "Tilt-rv is lnncumzt- in hor oytvsf' f '. 12. Jo Fo P 0 rf f D D S. k b rx Qc, . f N , A, 19 'Vs ,, ,ia -N r N , , Xi, ' , 'QQ A, . -cw' " K ' ' I . -X -5 X 1 K .1 James Ronald Saxon Geraldine Travis John Saxon Van Norte 'sill' iniilg. rilrrw.. Lziuirh Saxon '-,X omni L-xi.-mf if ii fair Schindledecker 'U'-Hb "HW ' lt.iel,.,-il-:ill .L 1, Fiiiilil-1 Nur- """""2""""li"""'7 "si.:..l1i.n in ill.,uvlii." V.. 1 Xfllliinf ,X--no-izizwii l lliin--r L 'l:. .-l..-.-will 1.11 viii- lil.,- K-im' .im " xml i.,..l.i- ..m.'r1 h.n,,,, .u--.- -l..- inn And when their well-spent days are told, ff' 4 1 o 1 if 7 " 'S A I - ' . 7 9..' ju.. fi . "RQ :.' 3: if , Im 0 -,. Q Q , C' ' . -.I Judith Rose Scott Janice Marian Seals Evelyn Patricia Judith Margo Shaw 'l' .l-l- 4"--' 1. Y.1..,, , 1: nz.-. Vliil- I, lfinim' lim.. Shackelford rl.,-.Lil-.i. n..,-l,.4,, i'..i,.,.,1 ilirirvniil Wwvlar- 4'.-iiineil in l,.,, 1. Vp,--,i.'.n W4.rL,i,r, 1-,,,,,,,.,l -g 11.-in Vlnl. Il, l, Piniir. in l- l1,.f.-..v.l.ll..f- : i fl- mv -Lip 1 .L ,I ,Mn ,-M, in ,. 3-,,,,,,,, 'l'.-f..-lm, :il ig Y-'lui-il, 1, 1, 13.-if Vliiii l liii i- " hm, ,V M,,,,.,i,. X,-i,Q,,,.,,,,,..,, lliv.-ll uni--r ze, ll..n.,r l. "l'ilri' nnii v.-,vii-l':iil lhzil 'V liunluw L :A Anmml -K,,,,nl..,g,:,. ,H l.r.iml Ju.. ll. la-in "" SMH ll lj,m,,,. iz Hwy, lim l.':n-:ml lm mui-lug H,,,,,,,o 34' gl M,,,yx,.u.t,. XY:-.iliirn humllli- lim! :illi- gmff 3- kniiu. ni. ninri'." Ralph Young "lik ii.in.i.n1 I-mil-Auf Yn , ' -l v l if nnflf' John Wilcox Sheehan ShUp'n9'Jr" 'mu H 1 ' .HMM V , , ,yr PIM! Hr Ihliflig 'l.-:im A11 ki-yy lull 1 U xl...ll'I-Y IL K I T,r1"':"'Q, 'f"f',m"i"',, 2 Mary Frances Slkes Mary Lehman Symrns , A , W mil, nm. , , , ,, . ' V ' it A hr" 'nfffi' "F """'rAI 'Sill'--r liul null porinus. 'l'f'f"H1Vl Wnfklfra 4--uh-'ll Xnnunl Sm!! l. QW., ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,. 1, 2, :xg Y-'r.-.-in 1: Iwmmi.i..4 --Th.-r-1.n..v.-...in with-ml ii Flnh '21 Trx-Hi-Y 23 I-'uturi Hinnizmzikier-1 l: Vici- Pri-w. , . ., Lihrury' lluh -. "0 ho my fric-nil. :mil lunch mi- in hi- thine," nluluri- nl' humiir. . ." Cleo Elizabeth Scott fhriaxiiin Wurkvrs Council lg Finuri- Homcmnkers 3: Alhlclii' A-fainvintinn 3. 'llzu-ivy -vii-lucky in hcr tri-nil. Hu! :ill in all, n u-ry uuuil frii-nil." Luther Agee Shead "Il" Yziruly lliialwllifill 2: lin-il-:ill U, fl, I. Vnr- Qni IK'i'l.i4llmll fl, lg Nlnhlur ii-rv--liul l. 'Xmlixliiin hue ni. r4wt," William John Small KW l'lul+ I: Svrxu,-nn! 5. "Fur inuiv wc snnrrh In-furr ui- finrl A lu-:url pu mwrl null kind." Pr . 3. if. P fell! Jane Elise Smalley High 1fii.n.,.- za, .11 sii..n,.,..- lg new Cluli si, 4: ifunuf., llnnienizlkurs Cl, Trt-iwurcr. l.I'resi-ll-nt. Chrietian Wnrk- crf CuunciI 15, 4: Yuunq Life 3, fl: Annual Stuff -li Slullent Council 4. fv- 'g gf If xwrry were the only 'lu 0' Q vi '7' cause uf death, she would lk. X - lite ffiruv-2i'.' if 'fr' X, of .1 ' f r t L n X ' A l is X I , l ' I Sara Pauline Snider lfhri:.ti:in Vlfnirliurs C.iunn:il 25, 1: Annual Stuff rl: Trl- Hi-Y 3, fl. President ,lj Fu- ture Tm-:iuhcrs 4: Athletic As,nci:iti-ni -lg Yuunl: Life 15. -1. A ,4-vf 'X "Anil :llwuys she was helil "V f ' in ur--ateet ren-iwnz .Fw .65 t 3 5' " ,, As wut iw- Winn. t.. we ' her wisdum known." f--f' John Thomas Sosby ' " f r' Highest Hnmil- up Ist-ii. Clull , ., . 3, Al: Vice Prewiilcnt rl: An- nuzil Stuff 3, -1: linnul 3: Sergeant First Class el: Huy Cluli 'lj Latin Cluh 3, 'l'ruusun-r. "Anil vi-rlninly in nnisiclu- had skill. Anil iliil hib part with right Lmtul will. James Lee Smalley Hiuh Hun-lr 1: Hi,ln..r -l: Grllil "R" Snciety 4: "li" Vanity Fultl-:ill 25: Yuisity If-mtliull l: Te-nnia 3, 4: Prewiflent -,if Hi-Y bl: Key Clull 4: Snlire Clul. rl. Fir-I Lieutenant 4. Chrieiizln Wi-rk-Ars Cziunuil 34, -l : Vice Prefiilent nf Yunn: Life 3, -1 5 Annual Staff Al: Presi- alent Junior Chas, Il: Kzimfa Gamma Rh.. 3: High H'-mir MS Q T Ii, l, "He ie --ne fit' ue whn num- lwrs his friunllx hy hi, :ic- titlziintuncvsf' William Amory Smith Sevuerlnt First Class. "A future hriazht as fun- shim-." Dorothy Jeanette Sox Christian XYL-rkerf Council -l. "Il at uirl luuks nt life with zi Erin? Hans hrilin alum: with it, -thds sure tn win." From every deed of hero bold, W3- Barbara Annette 4 Strickland Trump CM Cluli 14, Futun- ll..mt-mnkur, is. "C:l.lllt-ii slumlvurs use your gg, 'vi 1-yes: C. -p. Small-X :awake gnu when 1 wil rin-, . ' - .- ,, I Q. , 2 .1 Vesta Lee Strickland J' " "Ani 1 ni-t vit-li? A niillinn- I .. :um nu lun, , "iq N L lf xi-ultli lu- lnlll in turnit nf liniiiiiin-wi" Randall Strozier '-i'i1.,.,., s. i..- ill... a, 1...--il :intl iuuvhl. Wlintt- :irvn--i is Iiix ln-mel llnnivlil. .. it I' I -- irgi., A A by Edward Styron "lll- nm--r nu-i.rn5 fi niiw- i-liivl' llnil if vxnu-. lun pliiw- in nm in bring ni-xx niiwliivl' Q-n,,," ,N .I , r if JD. Willa-1 William Otis Spivey. Jr. "l"..-r rf,-rullllly hc vm :i vlllnt: num mx-u.' f N Y bf '57, Floyd Hewette I , Stapleton '1 "xl-1 lllln I lm-U l...l ll. .- .. -il..l,, llul lllzll I i-nv fun nl-lm." Lillie Carolyn Stevens X-l---ll. l, .. lllllll., ll-.mu lllwkir- l. IL Ilrunlnlw l'lull Sill lla.llI-l pl e--nu --r xl-rw l'.ll .li-lll-lil, .l. l .lf.ll,-.- .ll-ln. l...-. ' X 'll -, .lr ul'llil4" 1- 1 9-, A Du Wallis Lee Stevens - E' Q ll.-ll-lrzw, l,lll-l .'..!-l-,li . X i vll.. l'l.'..l.l,l l, Y-'r..-ll, 1 1 i . Il, 1, l'llr..llllll xx'.,,+.'r. l..ull.-.l . ,l, i, N.lll,1..f 'l'nllll. Vlvf Vlllll ll, ,-ll.. Je . v,,. U, . fl--ill llllln.-ll . ' X -lzillvllur fill'-. Fl- llllx..n-, lllltlal, ml-l -I.-Ill-l:,l.: . Weove thou 0 crown more rich th Mary Alice Stewart 'lm -llll-lm lll.llllll.l.' .lm lliyil -llll-'I i-1 Clarence Wade Stevenson l:,lll l, llllyl.. lulr, bf- l l ...-l l. lll. ln. ll .ll-l lull ...fl lllllla. " Sara Lime Stinchomb l'l.ll.r. lll....ll.il.l,.l- :l, lg llll-,.llglll Xl-wlmr. 1llllr..ll .1 i l f.n,.l'.-,llll ll lil-.l.l ll.: 4.-,,.l-ll ll, ,.l..-.ml V.,l.,..l" Patricia Ann Stillwell lllllll-l' S-ll-l--l. li Slullnl 1.-llrl--ll l. . 'll-'rl l gl vlri xxhll l. ll-f-,fr on gold, lv: , lg u sr -. T7 Yl.ll. sll,-1 fllllln. lull,-,lf will ,ll.- 1.l-.line lllll.,," ,, K Wilma Louise Strauss 5 l-'llllllv llllm.-m:.li-l-- sl, ll C-7 ' 7 Tf.,l.ll 4'l-ll' rlllll ll, Carle -Xxhlilllf .X--'N-l:.l1--1. .l. lzlf.l-lim. lv.,fl..fr, l'....l..-al l, Nlelmfllfll ml tan--v up'-n hw ll.l.,f.l.. Robert Street Urn m1.l.h.,..l', 4.i,f..f, ll.- wil. ll..-Linn nnuvhl. . .fo ,-up f ,' 1 . I, - T T e f fm P 0 0 no .f , 'fungi' I 1 , V . '- .5 fq M ' V , .Q rr .51 '51 W -X W " ski.-fi li 'H X' 'K' ' T f fl V ,, -4 4 .1 x 'Y 5- V-'K r ,- Q l. fa 7 "A -.l , .lf Q -Q , 4 f -,f 1 X . if 52: 'xo ' .. f -Q gn' vii . ' W1 ur Q L. n X Phillip Sumpter Peggy Sutton Lidie Glover Swan Beverley Tanenbaum Tracy Stephens "A bil: man, a bii: heart. . ," Y-Tuma 3, -1, 1:1--.juni chair- Honor -1: Christian NVorkers Teasley Lizzie Mae Tanner Hunur 2, 3: Y-Teens 3: Tri- Hi-Y 3: Christian NVrirkers Council 3, -l: Futum Home- mulcers 3. "Her speech was wise and suulully tauilhl. . ." 'x nrzn 15: Truhlv Clul' Club 31 Girlf Drill l'l:itmin -1. "Time, l :Iziru lhcc ln ilia- crrs 3: Chrislizrn NYm'krr, i'liu'riI l. ljijuncil -l: Anunal Staff 4: Slulluni Council -l: Girls Athletic Association 4 I Spun- ,.nr 1: liuslzullmll bl. "Hut lunxuzuze she stroke: hui huw hard ir. was to nmku her: She laughed all ilm time at Richmond-un linker. . L-uvur rum-h :i yuulh. . Betty Taylor ifilmm- :ig I-'Muni 1i-.m.fn.1iIl- ' Mary Elizabeth Taylor Christian Uhrkurs Council l. "S-hv sl-rvclh not anutherk will Itui ii-lls ilu- truth with hor utnulai :kilI..." "l'Ei-luru :i ifirl, livzirl mzulu uf rxulmlf Tlwru yin hzixu 'li--lly'lMy aiury if url-I..." Stoney Taylor "Always smilimz, ni-ver sail: Sometimes miuizhly. but never had. . ." Nut loo serious. not to-'w1la5'. But ai rare fellow when Tracy clinics to play, . ." For brow of Almo Mofer. - Dr. Eric W. I-lordy. .Q , , 'An " '.-R T. L n . , Q F n X CW 1 L 'T' ,' ' T"7 . bv ' Hx 'rl zur wi., J r.Q ,ax i 'E- 1 Sandra Gall Joan Toole Jack Columbus Barbara Trotter Tlmmerman 'ui uma-1.-n :ill nl... nm- Tornlin.Jr'- '-1-.-i-gnmllny is thx- ihinu 'iw-.-m.- vi.-r vim. :i. -l. H'l"'i"""' """""""'- "H" lnn.- 'i'.-nm ig Trm-k n, ig 'lm' l"Wl"'f4 1-wr vi'--rxlliiiw "Who vin-ei lu-r lu-ul in "QW, :Hifi uf-ull-' llw l'f'- lluskrlluull Il: Rl'-Sv! l: lluu- 01504-- vvl-ry lush, lure-ul... -ir Il. Wluu luv-im ilu' fuilli will: "ll:imu :ini l, frum cure ull..." rm frwvg NYM' :ur--u't thvy :ill rnn- ii-uli--I like mv?" ' I I Martha Ann Trowbridge Clirialinn W.-rlwrs G-nncil Il, 1: Sir--im-r lg Aunuul Stuff l. "Shu is lm'--ly! This winlc wnrhl 'rn-und. Wv uri- sun- that her oqunl cuul-l in-wr hu fuund. . ." . jj. UNI. 2 ,. -. rt v l 1? 13 .-,, A' "Z, 3 C -, . - aa - ' 1? . vs .55 l .5 ' '1 Joseph Maxwell Vallotton ll11-Y 1111, 1 1iir1- 1.1. w.111..,-A 1.111f..-1. 14 1:11. , 1..1- : uw.. '11.- f ..v1l 1.1 1111111 1111-11 1111 -1111w111r 1., ln 111-A 1- ..i,,1 1.1 nf1i..1 1-1.1. 1..1i, -'11-riiir 111 his ' -1,1 " 4? James Martin WalIa:e. Jr. liiwl- ll Y l, lliuli Hmm-r lT1', l'1.l- 1, lf Slufli.-hi 1' 111-1 1' 1 1 1111 .M r..r 1i.1.,..-113 11 1 11 ,,r- :Mi ihigvi. Id' Mary Anne Turley Frances Carolyn Donald Ray Tyre 11111.11 1111: 4 1, 1, 111.-1.. Turner 111. 1.1... 11.1 ..,.., ' ' """ ' 'l"'1"-i"' l- 1: 1'1111n1.f1 w..f1... 1'..-1.1.-11 H1111 1 --I Nl---,1 I hl111111.:1 1 ,gm 1,,,111-1,,.,,,,, 1, xx. nn rr.-1.11. uf,.1f1.f M: f.: .lf 1 .- ,, fm-iii... .11 .. .-..1.1 .,. ., 1, H,-' l ""'1"""" 'lj' -'W' ""'l 1 1 12. 11111-11. f..n11..-4 1-11.1. vi: 1,1 .1 .111.11..1,. 12.11 . " "N" Maryann Volpitto E4 , I., 4. 1 I Q' ,. , Sie La Vane Ward Sara Clement Ward -' -- '1 + ' 1 1: 1, 2 1 Mn., 1,11'. lv 1 1-11nn..1, 'tg'-rm 'Wm Vilwui from 11.1. -11111. 11.-1n..1 xx x1,,1 17 1-ni,-,111 1, x1.i11i1i1 ,M -A ' ' 1 1n,1.i,.f11 --. 1, 111.i1.,f 1 f'..11,1i1. .-f..-1. ff 11. '12 1 1. . 1. 1.1.- mi,-1 1..f 1.m.1." 11.11 COLOR SONG Oh our hearts with joy ore thrilling When the Richmond colors wave 5 -47 Q I fi. ' if ---. Q-. El 0 U 1 T izabeth Utley 1111- ' X nn--'rx lu-:irl mul.:-lla 11 11111.11-1'-11 .-...1i.i.1i111i.1f.'. . lu Ra'ph Leon Waters. Jr. .i1.- x 1.1,.1.1,1.- f.-11..1.- 11.111 .iiiiii 11111 11111-1 ,," l..- ,- V. hx ,if t, fl A Sarah Anne Walton Rosalyn Welch Waters Marion Warren Patricia Ann Waller 11.111, 111111 11, 1, Chri.1a1.i-. T1-1-H1-Y 11, if .Xr1i11i1ilS1:1:'! 11.,n..r :1g 51:111.r.1i., 2, 1. 11.14. 11.....1r. ri. 1111--1..-11.1.11 w.1r1,..-- 1'...m.v11 11 Future 11 1'im1111.i. xv..1-1,.,-rimuni-.1 "w1..,.. 11.1.1-1. :ma 1.11.-, 1f1fw :. si, 14 1'1i1-miiin wan..-r, 11,.n1.-mix.,-1 14 11, 3, 1, 11, 11 ,x11.11-111- Am-1-if.is1.n 1, m.1.1. 11.11 1-..11..1-11 ig .-x11.1..1i.s ,1-1...-.,.. "Shir is lik., 11 lnirst r1f.un- "Shiny vnihll- lhnuyhu in 1.1111 l'1m11i-il Il, Vi-iii! Munn- .h.1,.- -.n 1. miiiy 11:11-..." i11..- fir.. .i..n-ii." 1, A111101--.Are sum 1. liirl- Ai-1ixily Mi-ilnl. lYil1i1il11' is lu-r muy :iuil -mint' 1- li-'r mul--, .. fs, ,R .fd '.-Q. 1 5 F' . Q, 4 , id. f , xr -., v N 4 . .,w--- ' .Yugi ggi .q.,.. I- .1 f 1 O fwfr Martha Ann Warren Honor Rull l, 2: Hiirh Hun- rir 25: liclzl Cluli H, -l : Chrir- tian Vl'viv'kurs Cuuncil fl, -lj Future Tern-hers 3. 4. "Quiet :mil rewervul - her friendship if well worth han'- inLZ. . Faye Ann Weathers Chrialiun XVurkers Ciiunvil "Smile :il the worlil :millhe wurlil smile, liuck at you," James C. Weatherly, Jr. "The gentle mind I,-5' 1:1-mic tlc-ella is knuwn. . Henry O. Webb, Jr. "Every iluy :xml every min- ute, he filla with living: tu the limit." James Gardiner Weigle. III Ti-:wk Il: Hmmrs Sl: Sziliru Cluli 1: Suiuul Srrlcuuill 3g l'l:itmm Luzulur -l. "Hu hua shiniuu gifts that attract :ill nxt-S..." Jane Simmons Weltch lh-tu Club Il, .lj Christian NV-irkers Council 3, rl: Alhlu- tic Cuuncil 3. Annual Stuff li Athletiv Ass--ciaitiun 3.41 Hnnurs 3: Hiuh Huiuire -lt llalskelhull 1. 2: Yin- Prcs. -1. "Gnu-e, guutluness und ht-nuty. . And our spirits rise with rapture When the Richmond sons ore brave. Judith Wilson Welborn Ulirialiam Work:-rs Council Il: Tri-Hi-Y Cl: Y-Tt-uns Il. 'IZ iiziskutluill 3, -l. "Nu iiuml.-r tt-nulwra' huir luv-us uruy, I 1-hath-i', shutter :ill the ilziy, . ." Ramona Elizabeth Westbrook "Wisrlmu lu Lfuiilu her :nu- Iiitiun, . Marjorie Elizabeth Westbury l'lirixti:in XYi-rliurs l'uuiu'il 1. "'l'hy iwuli-:ly is an vxiiullt- ln lhy nu-rit. . Annie Elizabeth White Christinu NY-vrk.-i-4 Q'-iuiu-il Il, il: lfuturi- lliiniuni:ik4-rs l. LE, Il. "l 1-Muni .-nly the hi-ur, ihm nrt' I-rixrlil. . Raymond Dutton White lliglwst llminvx I. 12. llixfli Iliuu-rs Il, lg llt-tu l'luli Il, I: l':irliunu-nlxnriuu lg Suhr-- Flull l: 'l'i---:ifurur I: Km' l'Iuli I, l'l'i-sill-nl ll Sul'- iuinni Sl: l':iliinin I: Anniuil Stuff l: hlilitury ll-iii-in Tl, I. "I lixivi-u'l lvl :i wiuuaiu Vin Lnylliilii- .in mi- sium- I wzi- :i luiliyf' Barbara Irene Whitehead Flirieliaiu lK'u1'M-rs Cuunril fl. lj Tri'lliY -l. "Nami Liu-w lhvo Iiut In luvr. Nur lmnu-il thu-u hut pr:ii:1x'," , 'hi 'ai , Qs "'- 'Q " T ' Q"N is .7 .v -Q1 A ' ' ' 1 ,. "" ' va 5 ,I s cu J . fl. gba! 2.1 -1' If 9? 9 - I 1 Q v fi? 1 fv- 11 XX ' N Mariellen Williams "Shu wnlllw in beauty. liku lim niuhlf' Linda Ann Williams liawkotlizlll 2, Zi, l: Chrittizm i XYi-rlwrs L".iu1 nil L, ll. -l 2 .Mlili-in' A-4iici1i1i-in Zi, il: LU-iiiwil 143 l-'ururu Tuzivhvr- ll. "Lui hi-1' lii- zilxxuys in ru- flmni in acc, .Xa l 'ziixiiful :mil l-lylli--:inil uziy, .-'Aa 1-urfm-1 :ia 1-lic 1- 1--ilu." Emory Jarrell Williamson Grill '11-nm LI, Il: l'hrial1:ixi KKK-1'lir-ra Vmilivll fl. l: HI-Y ll Si-ri-vim! Virti l'lu-- 4. 'Fr-ini him auililvn frwliil- thu' -brim:-. . Glenda Sue Williamson x'.T.-itil. 13 Flin-iaiiuii Nnirlt- fr- i'..i....-il 11 lfiiiim- wil...-. m1.L.ti- 1. ..u1.-1 L., 111.- ,lim--i.-r 1.r..,.. A- .iii-i-1 ii- ihv ii.-ii li.-rn nm' " Jerry Byne Wilson l:.11.- 'l'.-1.1-i :ip 3111.111 sw. i'-:lnl X, "Fil:-ii 1- nn --ni-my 11- lifvl' Lawrence Engler Willige, Jr, F...-linll l, lj 'Il" Y,.r.i1y llzi--L..-rl-:ill ll: Yainili lint..- lixill 1 l, Y--lim' l.il'w LI. " I, l'h'l-H1111 Niirkvr- l-iilli .ll i. l, "Al.ililg., huni--r,:1ml Hi-iril. Fight for victory, fight for honor, And success will be foretold. Claudia June Whitaker 1i.i'.i.- limi.-,.i.i.i..,1 1, im, -W, w.,,-a..-,- iulilil.-il 1 ll-1' imnr. 11.11 1.. .. 11.1 fifmili 11.11,-ip Patricia Abbott Wiebel l" 1'--rrilwllivl. 1 rin- ,will 1.1111 ini-ii., 1.1 nr.-. 511.-1 1.-,ill i.-.. ..i..,.1," Colden Rhind Willingham iz,-V. rm, 1, 1 i'liriii:.1i xii-rr,-r 1111.11.11 1, i -1. .x ..1i..-mi 1, 1 'xml -11.1 Yi.i.1.- -ii., iiw- 11, 1'1ll 'hi' -ill-ii 'i .IW-wh. . Arthur DeWalt Willard 4,1.f.- Vliil- 1 Xlilivzii-y Hun- ,.-. 1, 1. sri-i-.l1.i,: 21, ilu.-fr 'iilivrv 'l.-r-'- .1 'Wiilf fini.-1 ,i -.-.:1y." Alford Bernard Williams fu" Y..r.iig. In-lvl-1.11 :1, y,,f.,y, ln.,-iliiill 1, ' llw hzivli mi 111-lx lim in lil- 21:1-l, IL, hgivmg riiiiliglir l.u -'iil.'A George Luther Williams "HV 4-zl11'1 Lliink vi! lui: ilimuf :il .ini--V .1- c.,iiir.i1L- nn srirlaf' 1 In li.- N - ,Q " vt- 9 ff' it -v V , 'ff Q' ,v 1 5 gi 4 . Y 'o .-.. .- fir 111 .r-S I sw 1 7 - ,'-.', , Wafer ,D fi KQNI. J nu -, 7 'fu ur -I 'VV X, Dorothy Louise Woo High Honor il: Beta Club I1. 4: Latin Club ii. "They're only truly :rf-nt. who are truly y1...:l," Thomas Hung Woo Hizh Hun-,-r 3, 4: Ileva Clul. Zig Serireant First Class 44 "Full uf lil-fable simplicity 'A vi and quietness. . 1 Nellie Mae Woodruff ' ' Future H-.m1.1f:ers l, 2. 42 .-. Repr-'sentatue of Siudcni Council 2, 3: Scif-nl-e Clul. wr 3. "Thu Kool! :lie young, l never fell homer in my life." Alice Eleanor Wren Chrisli.-in XY..rl:er: Council -1: Future Nuises 3. C..ui-:fue Iifmls t.. .liQ.g..iery." Jeannie Dianne Wren f'hr'isli:1n Nlfilrl-:ers Cuuncil. Girls Drill l'l:lL-,...n, "Fun is rolishe-l l.y ihelwei .-I us.,." Margaret Ann Wren Christian Whrk.-,N ij.......-.1 4. "Thu shzlllmvs murmur lm! slill wut.-rs run -loop," Carolyn Francis Wright Christian W...-Mr, c.......-.I 3,-1. "S......f .1..y .hu ...ii iw 1. v.-1.-muy." AII hoil the proud defenders of The Purple ond the Gold!--Mr. Frank Lambert. Jack Berman Wright "A civrwtzini. frii-ml is xx thim: mrc :mil hnril ln find..." Richard Daniel Wright "li" Varsity l'....il...ll il: Musl-.olu.-rs Il: Ch..r:.Ii--rs Il: S--rm-:ini l, "Sum-, Sim-1-rily. Simpli- vityfilxr.-v irrmwa ..i' ii gifnili-nn.li," Walter Clark Wright li.-ii. i'l..l. :i, i, i'i.rlN...... W...-li.-r.. i'......i-.I :ig si...i.-..i i'.......4.i i. K.-5 i'i..i. iz An... lvr S.-rm-nut l. "Wh:il'a ilu- hurry, li-ik ,i...., i..- 1...-in .....l .-.....,. .lui-.4-lx.--. . ," Fat Gi! Yee "Snr.'.-w. i-4 his wh.. -.nys lull.-. limivf mu.-h :mil think- il.-1-ply, . ." George Young "Tak-f ii..- i......... lf..i.. ire...-Q .-.... .....i qi...-i .. i.-m.......1.f ru....i." Hannah Razie Zipper li.-in iji..i. ri, ig i-'..i..fQ Hnmumnkurs 2: Hiuh llnnnr . "A nnrvular mniil nnrl :il- ways in style, In r..i.. ...- sunshine, -11.- wcars a merry s-mil.-." gr 1 ,A ,i 'sa 1. 'X'-QQ .51 ' , 's s "Q nh Q- Qs ..- 5 ...- , - .. Y I. ...- i S l . . Q al 961104261 Jedlamefwf We. THE GR.-XDUATING CLASS OF RICHMOND ACADEMY, 1957. being of no mind at all and of defmitely large and long-sound- ed body. do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament: ITEM I-I, Luther Shead, do hereby bequeath to Richmond Acad- emy my full appreciation for all it. has done for me, in hopes that the school may have much success in the future. ITEM II-I. Jeanette Sox, do hereby bequeath to all the students of A. R. C. after me, my love for Richmond. ITEM IIl-I, Patricia Davis, do hereby leave to any Junior, my interested in Lhe Girls' drill platoon. in hopes that she will carry it on next. year. ITEM IV-I, Edward Howard. do hereby will Lo the future best drilled cadet my Drill medal in hopes that he might try to live up to the standards of such an honor. ITEM V-I, David Patterson, do just leave ml hopej the rattles in my car plus the lack of brakes. ITEM VI-I, Charles Tam. have decided that 1 need everything I have: I won't leave anything to anybody. ITEM VII-l, Oliver Owens. do hereby bequeath to Jack Fountain, my "Radar" set in hopes that he can "catch" more than I did. ITEM V111-I, Betty Gri1Tin, do hereby leme Lo Jane Cox my long eyelashes. ITEM IX-I, .Ieaneue Bodenhamer. do hereby will to the next head cheerleader my ability to always lake the "gas" before the pep rallies in chapel. ITEM X-1, Roberta Cribh, do hervby bequeath to some umbi- tious girl. my place in from of the A. R. C. band. 1TEM Xl-I, Jack Fisher. do here-hy luuve to Doug Cox. my excess weight in hopes that he won't shrink up und blow away. ITEM XII-l, Bettie Jared, being of slick mind. do hereby be- queath Lo Martha Murphy. my ability to skip typing and still pass. ITEM Xlll-I, Sara Sunchcomb, ming of unsound mind, do here- by bequeath to any one of Mr. Roberlsulfs Study Hull students my ability Lo attend meetings every day. ITEM XIV-I. Carol Brooks, do hereby will and bequeath to any "stupid" Junior, my place in detention hall. ITEM XV-I, Barbara Brown, do hereby lr-ave Lo Lhe Juniors, my privilege to sil in Mr. Museleys rmun in hopes that he will let. you go get his hot water. LTEM XVI-l, Gail Jackson. do hereby will to any deserving Jun- ior girl, my bed in First Aid in hopes that she might hear as much gossip as I did, ITEM XVII-I, Edwin Beanie, being ol' weak mind, do leave to Joey Cheek, my knowledge of how to use an answer book in hopes that he may make a "success" ot himself. ITEM XVIII-I, Eddie Anderson. being of intellectual brain, do hereby bequeath Lo Pat. Hendrix. my ability to pass English. ITEM XIX-I, Ann Trowbridge, being of wrecked mind, do here- by will to Judy Tam, my ability l0 pass exams in hope that she may graduate one ot' these days. ITEM XX-I, Mary Helen McGinty. being of closed mind, do here by leave to Joyce Mclilmurray my ability to keep xx secret in hopes that she will have as much fun knowing about things as I do. ITEM XXI-I Tommy Ashe, do hereby will Lo the '57 football team my logging axe in hopes that he might cut down the "Pine Tree" at Talluluh Falls one summer. LTEM XXII-I, Avis Rollins, do hereby bequeath to anyone that will claim them my Geometry grades. ITEM XXIII-I, Richard Brinkley, being ol' bowed legs, do hereby will to Dick McDaniel my Bermuda Shorts in hopes that his legs are cuter than mine. 4-f' ITEM XXIV-I, Jack Tomlin, do hereby bequeath to "Coach" Bolton my track shoes in hopes that they will carry someone over 6 feet. ITEM XXV-We, Peggy Sutton, Brenda Mitchell, Glenda William- son, Carol Brooks, Arlene Price. Ann Bennett.. JoAnn Wil- liamson, and Yvonne Brusher. do leave any group of gals that are big buddies, an economy size bonle of glue in hopes that they will stick together as long as we have. ITEM XXVI-I, Trisha Shackelford, being of "tired blood" do hereby bequeath to Mary Ann Oliphant. my "ability" never to gain a pound in hopes that she will never have to go on am- other diet. ITEM XXVI!-We, Barbara Duncan and Alice Hagler, do hereby leave to any innocent rising senior our ability L0 suffer through Physics and make ir, in hopes Lhat we'll never have to do it again. ITEM XXVIII-I, Ginger Marks, do will to some fortunate junior, my ability to write a Spanish sentence on the board every day for Mr. Howard in hopes than he might get one right. QI didn'f.b. ITEM XXIX-I, Flo Butler, being of "pudgy" body and battered brain do leave to Linda Epps and Ginger Hitchcock my "cuts" for Lhe people whose names appear in the Gossip Column ln hopes that they will have more friends left than I do. ITEM XXX-We, Corrille Morris. Halley Boanwright, Lidie Swann. and Sally Hill do hereby bequeath Lo Ann Thompson, Lois Scales, Selly Maxwell, Esther Boutwright, and Kay Dienst our ability to keep up a lively conversation in Miss Braddy's room no matter how muvh she muy interrupt. in hopes that they can keep it up and still survive, ITEM XXX!-I. Cecil Jackson. being of chemical brnln, do will to Annette Doss my chemistry hook in hopes that she might. take up on page three where I left. off, ITEM XXXII-I, Joyce Burris, do hereby leave to any upcoming basketball player my seat on Lhe bench in hopes that she will keep lt. as warm as I have. ITEM XXXIII-I. Lila Jackson, do will nnd bequeath my skill of cutting lunch to go home nnd get my mail to Melinda Broome Ill hopes that she won't get caught. ITEM XXXIV-I, Barbara Best. do hereby lenve to next yem-'a cheerleaders my ability Lo lose my voice in hopes that they have the opportunity to cheer at another GEORGIA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP football name. ITEM XXXV-I, Virginia K'Burg, do hereby will to some sleepy junior my early morning wulk to school in hopes that the fresh air will wake her for Lhe following day of "concentrated" study. ITEM XXXVI-We, Ronnie Evans. Pat Dye, Finley Merry. Bill Force, and Tony Atkins do leave to the boys in the Junior class all the "Gators" at A. R. C.. THANK GOODNESS! ITEM XXXVII-I, Jim Weigle, do will to Emil Bredenberg my T-square, compass. triangles. etc.. in hopes that he may some- day be able to draw zu circle. ITEM XXXVIU-I, Barton Chambers. do hereby bequeath to Sgt.. Johnson my thick head of hair in hopes Lhat he will cease tu be jealous of peuple with thick heads of hair. ITEM XXXIK-I, Gldays Hyatt, do hereby leave to all the teach- ers my sister, Nellie in hopes that they can educate her. ITEM XL-I, Bill Small, do hereby will to the football team, my football ticket stubs in hopes that they will make good confetti. ITEM XLI-I, Finley Merry, do hereby bequeath to James Tem- ples Lhe key to my den in hopes that he will "make out." better than I dld. ITEM XLII-I, Lulluth Brion, being of questionable mind and peculiar judgment do bequeath Lo lmrhnru Brennecke my tulkativeness in hopes that she may some day he u lawyer. I I I r o 1 N 4 1 1 6 L N . . . al allowed elfmcen ITEM XLIII-I, Don Tyre, do leave to Sylvia Carter all my A-pluses which I failed to receive in hopes that they will make her as happy as they would have made me. ITEM XLIV-I, Larry Willige, do hereby will to Chil-VDY Carmichael my quarterback job with the A. R. C, football team in hopes that the team will win the STATE in '57. ITEM XLV-I, Helen Newsome, do beqeath to someone interested and capable my position in the lunch room in hopes that she can get along with the boys at second lunch and hold her temper. ITEM XLVI-I, Tony Atkins, do leave my spot in the hall to some ambitious Junior boy in hopes that he can look 'em over without being bothered by Mr. Markert. ITEM XLVII--I, Gail Remley, being of true heart and love-struck mind, do will and bequeath to some lucky junior girl my ability to get an engagement ring in the middle of my senior year in hopes that she gets someone as wonderful a.s I did. ITEM XLVII-I, Nancy King: being of lonely, but faithful, heart, do will to Lynne Richardson my "tomb stone" in hopes that she will be just as "dead" as I was and like it ITEM XLIK-I, Mary Turley, because I have my "head in the clouds," do leave to Judy Wiggins all the short boys in hopes that she'Il have more luck with them than I did. ITEM L-We, Leila Goodwin and Carol Ann Jernigan, do hereby will and bequeath to anybody who wants them, our southern drawls in hopes that y'all will rid us of them. ITEM Ll-I, Helen Kelley, being of red face, do leave to any brave junior my duty of leading the songs in Christian Work- ers' Council in hopes that she won't be as embarrassed a.s I was. ITEM LII-I, Terry Melton, do will to Wyane Merritt my four hours detention hall in hopes that he gets four more. ITEM LIII-I, Brenda Mitchell, do leave to Joanne Williamson and Yvonne Brusher, my ability to be the last one in class and the first one out. ITEM LIV-I, Carol Cunningham do leave to Mary Taylor-Larry Young-in hopes that she can keep him as long as I did. ITEM LV-I, Preston Dye, do will to Richard Wren my rank in hopes that he won't have to carry a rifle next year. ITEM LVI-I, Richard Lee's "Grey Corvet," being of weak battery and run-down motor, do leave to Rowland Powell's Chevrolet, my parking place on Russell Street. ITEM LVII-I, Gum Yet Lou, do leave to Jerry Aris my rifle in hopes that he may drill off two hours at a time. ITEM LVIII-I, Jeanette Loflin, do will to each junior girl who is not blessed with freckles one of these glorious spots. ITEM LIX-I, Laure Bailie, do hereby bequeath to a warm-heart- ed rising senior girl my great ability to solve ChiDDY Car- michael's romance problems during lunch period. ITEM LX-I, Carl Bogoslnwsky, do hereby leave to Sammy Shapiro, my locker in hopes that he will clean it out. ITEM LXI-I, Nancy Faulk, being of innocent brain, do hereby bequeath to any sneaky junior, my ability to sit in Algebra, 45 and look intelligent. ITEM LXII-I, Babara Graham, do will to Nancy Flowers my ability to evade Mr. Gallaway's home room period in hopes that she may have as much fun as I did. ITEM LXIII-I, Bill Sally, being of worn shoes from drilling. do will to any R. 0. T. C. junior my membership to the Sabre Club which I never attained in hopes that "Lady Luck" will smile on him. ITEM LXIV-I, Evelyn Russell, do leave the craziness carried on between Jackie F., Betty A., Carol B., and myself to four crazy gals filling the lot next year in hopes that they can tell some funnies like we did. ITEM LXV-I, Thomas Newman, do hereby leave to Jerry Wil- son and C. I. Newton my five shares of stock in the SAD COMIC BOOK, IXCORPORATED, in hopes that each will be prosperous always. ITEM LXVI-I, Fred McBrayer, do will to the nonexistent files my old name, "Freddie" in hopes that no one will ever call me that again. ITEM LXVII-I, Mimi Volpitto, do hereby will to Mary Ann Oli- pha.nt, my "sneeze" in hopes that she may be able to use it along with her laugh. ITEM LXVIII-I, Robert Anderson, being of a "lame brain" and big eyes, do will to some "intelligent" Junior, my seat i.n Mr. Bolton's Algebra 45 class in hopes that he can see all the girls walking down the hall. ITEM LXIX-I, Louise Pund, being of unsound mind, do leave to any girl looking for a beau, my convenient locker which very often contains football jackets and military hats in hopes that she will be more successful than I was in catching one of its users. ITEM LYX-I, Pat Stillwell, being of a well-worn heart, do here- by bequeath to Susan von Unwerth rny mixed-up love life in hopes that she can make a bigger mess than I. ITEM LXXI-I, Sue McNorrill, hereby leave to Emily Stevens my place in the tennis tournament in hopes that she will go a little farther than I did. ITEM LXXII-I, Rosemary Baird, being of a racked brain, do will to any French pupil my place at the blackboard in Miss Over- street's third period class in hopes that he may correctly copy his homework upon it with fewer mistakes and less griping than I. ITEM LXXIII-I, Charles B. Hughes, being of a frail frame, do bequeath to Joy Hughes my desk in hopes that she may fill it better than I did. ITEM LXXIV-I, Fred Jennings, being very un-crafty, do leave to W. L. Ivey and Don Teasley my tools and bench in shop in hopes that they can learn to hit the nail on the head. ITEM LXXV-I, Eunice Crawford, do hereby bequeath to Bobbie Lee Graham, my notebook with its Tech stickers in hopes that it will land for her an engineer. ITEM LXXVI-I, Sandra Martin, being of trusting soul, do leave to Barbara Martin my rat proof locker. ITEM LXXVII-I, Gail Bennett, do hereby bequeath to all up- coming Juniors my best wisbes in hopes that every one of you has a successful senior year, AND-We, the staff of the 1957 Rainbow, do leave to the students of Richmond Academy, this annual. of which we are most justly proud. and the memories that it holds for each of you, concerning the greatest school south of the Mason-Dixon line, or any other line. WITTNESSED BY: Trisha Shackelford Flo Butler Raymond YVhite efwkeou Class of '57 Re-visits A. R. C. Having just come in from the art gallery 1 entered the bomb shelter, our dear old beloved Richmond Academy, just before the bomb hit. It seems like old times to me because the laces remind me of twenty years back when I was a senior. The first per- son I see is Halley lloatwright, who is running a feattu'es kindergarten for superlatives at the Grauiteville Mills. She tells me of the success of some of our class mates such as Mont Miller, who is eight star general: Alex Lang, who has taken over General Mark Clark's position at The Citadel: Carol Ann Jernigan, who is reigning over her barony in Mc- Beang and Pat Dye and Tommy Ashe. who are line coaches for the Atomic Red Skins. Walking on down the bali I see llill Force. who is still standing under the clock watching the girls go by. As we wait there talking, we hear a group who have just returned from the twenty-fifth anniversary of Young Life, now called Middle Life. The topic of conversation seems to he the "C. L." they caught while in Colorado on thc convention. Among the group are Tony Atkins, Flo llntler, Finley Merry, Mimi Volpitto. Emory Williamson, Virginia K'Burg. Larry Willige. Mary Helen Mctlinty, Milner Lively, and Helen Kelley. llill tells me that Buzzy McMillan and Shirley Cheeley have become en- gaged for the tenth time. As I walk on down the hall, I come to a room marked Medical Auxiliary, which is a club for doctors' wives, Lanre Bailie-President. As I enter I see Nancy King helping thc other nurses aids. Nancy married a top brass in the arlny. Dr. Barbara Flowers and Dr. Harry Harper are in charge of the group. These consist of Ruth Aldred, Betty Jean Anderson, Shirley Andrews, Rosemary Baird, Aim Braswell. Joyce Bur- ris, Myra Cook, Nancy Jean llunaway, Jewell Greene. Betty Griffin. Linda Hughes. Helen Jackson, Jacqueline Knight, Sue McNorrill, Joan Ray. Gail llemley, Ilita lthoden, Donna Richeleau, Anna Rufo, Jerri Saxon. Frances Slkes. Mary Taylor, Pat Wiebel, and Alice Wren. once members of Mrs. Stevens' Future Nurses Club. Wallis Stevens was a bit hacked to find that Future Nurses are really not baby sitters at all. Jacqueline Knight, still a Future Nurse, charges everybody 512.50 for everything. She got that way selling annual ads. As I walk hack down the hall toward the office. I see Pat Stillwell. who has taken over Mrs. Miller's job, typing a letter for Herbert Alewine, the president of the school. Presi- dent Alewine has added several new departments: among these are Department of Safety. headed by Walter W'right to teach the modern youngsters how to charge through the hall on polo ponies. Thinking about how no one had seemed to change much, I was almost knocked down by Jane Weltch who said she had just received a letter from David. I asked Jane about Leila Goodwin and Sandra Munn and she said they were helping at Catholic High, another Bomb Shelter, where they were officers of the Mothers' Club. As Jane was going to the Gym to see Ann Bee, the gym teacher, I decided to go along too. As we entered we heard Georgia Markert, President Alewine's wife: Linda Yvilliams, who was teaching gym at Langford, and Pat Waller, Murphey's instructor, talking about how we were gonna. keep the building warm. I told them not to worry because I knew that Jeanette Bodenhamer in her new position would keep us well supplied with coal. As we were talking, Becky Hill, tny long lost sister, who left to find a rich old husband so that she would soon be a rich young widow, Corrille Morris and Lidie Swan, who had both left with the same intentions, came in singing "They didn't make the one for me", a song recently recorded by Lu Ruth Erion, a popular Bop and Flop singer. Remember when rock and roll was rough? After leaving the gym, I decided to go to the library. On the way I met Richard Magruder and Sam Maguire, who are Co-Presidents ol' Foxy Candy Company. They told me of Lamar I-leming, who had just married Marilyna, the Monroe's daughter. t'l'lns is his Sth timer. As we were talking, Jimmy Smalley, who is a preacher, and Maxwell Vallotton, who had just returned from a hunting safari in Africa. South Georgia, joined us. They told us of Randy Strozler's and Johnny Rey- nolds' golf lame. They bagged two birdies, a buzzard and a crow: and have gone into the business of selling golf balls for atomic pump-gum shells. On entering the library I was surprised to see Barbara Graham and llelcn Henry, the llbrarians, watching our be- loved governor, Ronnie Evans, who was speaking to the pub- lic as the guest of lravld Patterson on the "Patterson Hour." At the far end of the library. which has been made Into a coffee lounge, in honor of Miss Ilnllle, Miss I-learn, Mr. Galla- way. Mr. Wise, Miss Uvcrstreet and Mr. Cordle, I see Ginger Marks, Louise Pund and Martha Rlngson, three of our town's most popular socialltes, sipping coffee through three straws, so no one has to stop yapping in order to sip. After talking for a while. I decided to go to the lunch room. where Otls Phillips is still punching mllk. I was not sur- prised at all to see Mike Barns, a construction engineer, talk- ing wlth Larry Willlge. still president of the Wayne Richards Fan Club. Larry said Wayne shot one million points ln his last game. Ile also said that Johnny Dowdy was a. very suc- cessful business man and Walter Anderson was a success- ful dentist. At one end of a long table I saw twenty children and right In the very middle were Barbara Best and Charles Moody. I was relieved to find out that half of the children belonged to Barbara Duncan who had gone to meet her hus- band, a baseball coach. Upon leaving, I decided to go down to the old First Aid Room. I was happy to see the same gay faces. Lila Jackson, Leola Dunlap, Sandra Martin, Trisha Shackleford. Ann Trow- bridge. Judy I-Iale, and Bettie Jared were all lying on the floor as the bed they used to relax on flnally broke down. On the other side of the room were Gall Jackson and Rita Rhoden hanging out of the window looking at the effects of the ex- plosion. We were so surprised to see that it wasn't a bomb at all-just .lack Fisher chasing Donnie Howard around the flag pole. Sally lllll, Senior Reporter for 1977 Musketeer. C W . - fiilfl' jnfy 1. !l'f?ll'f'J First row: Leila Goodwin Carol Ann .lei nignn Miini Yolpilto Barliziiui lluncun Lila Jackson Martha Murphy Sandra Munn Second row: Clmrles Goodwin Donnie lloward Alex Lang Dion Roberts Curl Ilogoslziwsky Philip Suinnter .Iini XX':1ll:1ce Laure llaiilie Bfllqlilfll Head Bitsy Mclwnnld Bnrhura Best Lamar Fleming Third row: Rita lllinden Currille Morris Fourth row: Halley llontwriglit Milner Lively Sally llill lien-ky Hill Fifth row: Finley Merry .Iiin flurdull 011111495 Moody Ln Ruth Eriun Sixth row: Trisliu Sli:n'kel1'ord Ann Tl'lHYhl'ldE,9 Tnininy Ashe lluh Luvky .liln XYQ-iglv Rminie Evans lluzzy Mm-Millnn Mon! Millvr .lainive llenslig liinycr Marks Seventh row: Nancy King l-'In llnllvr Glenda: liskow ldighlh row: Mairtlm liinsoy .lmin Tuul llvlen Henry Sylvian Miirgnii Tony Atkins l':ll Ilya: Iinlh .Xllll't'll Mnry lillnn Williziins Helen Kelly CU-nl: r pil-ture: xvllliillll lluliiiisnn Seroiid uraiilv- lil-IT Ji . J f. ,mlzzblz WMM .3 , .4vSn,iz' ..- if OFFICERS l' r"' siili-iii Iluli .Xlslun Y 11-"- I' x'Q- rHll'lll I-'raiiik Vlznrk S f-I' -'I' r'v-:I s YII'L1llllZllllll'h 1'r1c -k 72 - ll'llllfft'7! , I - - . g - . :A lI"P'llIlll'IlIl'1lYv-II In lhf A. I. I,.Inmvirs .iiifl . ng-Iii-iiwi' si Permofed myself from Junior l-li And landed at A, R. C. With a shout of freedom for myself Richmond's the place for mel Tho't l'd take a lil ole class Or read a book or two- And permote myself so-socially Like my daddy used to do. Stay all day in the lunch room, Race around the hall Flit and flirt with a jean or skirtg Permote myself a ball. Permoted myself to the office, From there to detention class. Got put on the board, kept after sch Had to study my lessons to pass. aolg Tho't l'd skip an English lesson And sleep it off in the clinic. The President, the Dean, the Nurse and the Teacher Convinced me there's nothing in it. Permofed myself to the libery- Started to open my peeper, Got my teeth bashed in before I begin By attack from a lady-creeper. Took myself to the football game Shouted me into a tizzy. Stood up tall when we got the ball- Plumb like to have had a hizzy. Permoted myself to several clubs- Got bounced out of three or four- Managed to stay on the annual staff By selling one ad or more. Beginning to see l've gotta work To learn how to spell education, 'Cause Richmond Academy's a good ole joint But it ain't no winter vacation! Gee-I hope l get permoted! . . f . uni fm Q ein as vs. .5 v 'L 5 1,3 F- 5, J- v, L. i +2 ' I fi' ez' -V ' ' ' i f ? , , , A 5, . ' , 1- gy 5-. '. . x 4 F- " Q- . 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Y . , ' N- 'Q YZMPEY 3 t, , ,h t, .'T' ' . '-f H -.1 H 1 .f 'A is gg Au, 'Q aflfff, ' if . V' sonomats Minnow H ' ALL snre IH TEAM ALL AREA I . ' i . l rouv . Awans LNB all A "-1 -if 'L . ' J, "fl "'-L"---. ' ew , , - .-Q- umm sMALLzY '- 'ff':..g "f'1f'iP'f?-"'-- 5? LE " f lale FOOTBALL WRITEUPS Dawn came early for the Richmond Acade- my Musketeers as a squad of 43 spirited grid- ders reported to the practice field at 6:30 A. M. The inexperienced players and a brand new coaching staff started the 1956 football sea- son ott' with two weeks training at Athens' Y Camp, "Paradise of Youth." in Talullah Falls. Georgia. The Richmond Academy Musketeers surpassed their preseason status as a weak contender in the Region 2-AAA and went on to win the Sectional and Georgia State Champ- ionships. ARC 9 -- Glynn O The Musketeers marched for a touchdown from the opening kick off and held on to the lead to defeat Glynn Academy, This was the tirst victory in the march to the Regional 2-AAA Crown. ln the llrst quarter. speedster Tony Atkins turning left end danced a jig for ten yards through a host of Glynn Academy taek- lers for the 1:ame's only touchdown. ln the second half, when Glynn was hooting from the end zone. the punter in an attempt to receive a high snap went out of hounds. and Richmond picked up insurance in form of an automatic safety. ARC 14 - Commercial 2 lilehniond Academy took advantage of two fumbles ln t'ommercial territory to defeat the t'ohras 14-2. Tackle Charlie llroome fell on u tkunmerclal fumble on the Colxras 20-yard line late lu the llrst period to start the flrst touch- down march. The Musketeers recovered the second time a few minutes later on the Com- mercial Ill! to set up the second score. Larry Wlllige scored hoth touchdowns while llill l.anler converted the l'.A.T,'s. A powerful liichmond running attack was spearheaded by the hullelike rushes ot' I-'ulllrack Hill Force. Ile lunged the hall l-l times for TS yards. Late in the fourth period, t'ommercial got into the scoring column with a safety. ARC 35-Coffee County 6 Tony Atkins started the Musketeers off with a Ito-yard run in the first period. llill Lanier kicked the extra point, l'at Dye blocked a fourth down kick ln touchdown territory for another six points. llalfhack. Al lluller scor- ed from the Ill yard-line and the score stood at lfo-u at half time. The Comets pushed a drin- down tield for their first and only touchdown. Two more touchdowns hy Butler and Ilcrnard Williams respectively and a safe- ty made the score ltiehmond 35, Coffee Coun- ty li when the llnal whistle hlew. ARC 15 - Benedictine 6 liill Lanier. uslng his punts as a major wea- pon. sparked the Musketeers to a 15-6 de- cision over the highly favored lleuedictine. This was tagged as the decisive game in the hattle for the Region Championship. ARC got the Cadets from Savannah ln a hole in the first period ona safety. matched touch- downs with the lrlsh in the second quarter. and iced the game with another score in the third. The running of Ray Gruhhs and lllll Force set up the first Richmond score. Larry Xl'illlge's jump pass to Jack Fountain. who lateraled to lluzzy McMilllau for a 310 yard gain, was the key play in the second drive, Willigekn one-yard sneak climaxed the scoring. Wh ARC 8- Savannah O A pair of cat-like guards powered ARC Over a big and dangerous Savannah High eleven. Tommy Ashe and Pat Dye paced the ever- hustling Musketeers all the way before a chill- ed crowd of some 3,000 people. These fans saw Richrnond's defense literally tear the Jack- et's offense apart on their goal line stance in the last period. Bill Force plunged through the visitors' defense for the game's only touch- down. A safety came in the third quarter when the Savannah center centered the ball out of the end zone. Ball carrying by Berna.rd Wil- liams, Ronnie Evans, and Tony Atkins was a great asset to the game. ARC 0- Catholic 0 A few lucky breaks and a costly fumble made it possible for the lrish to hold Richmond to a O-0 tie. The Musketeers, having already cropped the Region 2-AAA championship, out- played Catholic all the way. But that didl1't count in the scoring column. During the half time Jeanette Bodenhamer was named "Home- coming Queen" by the ARC football team. After the Turkey Day classic, Tony Atkins was awarded the VFW Trophy for the game's outstanding player. Tony alone gained more than the whole Irish team. ARC 14-- Lanier 7 Richmond, keyed to a fever pitch, struck Lanier like the recoiling of a snake. Before Lanier could ever get used to the ARC field the Musketeers had run up a 14-0 lead in less than three minutes. The first touchdown came on the opening kickoff when Ronnie Evans fumbl- ed on the five, and Tony Atkins scooped it up and like a bolt of lightning, streaked down the sideline for the score. Pat Dye assisted Atkins with two bone crushing blocks. After this, the game see-sawed back and forth until the third quarter when the Poets, after re- ceiving the second half kickoff, drove all the way for the score alld then bulleted the extra point. ARC 13 -- Northside 7 ARC combined hustle and desire to defeat the Northside 'Tiger for the Georgia State AAA Championship. The Tiger, noted as the "Best Prep Team Ever," and Richmond as a "TEAM CALLED DESIRE" clashed on a rain soaked field in n. game as described by Geor- gia's head coach YVally Butts as the best high- school ganie that he had ever seen. The Ca- dets' defense brought the powerful high scor- ing Tiger offense to a standstill. Both ARC touchdowns came on long drives and for a climax, XVillige sneaked both scores across. Bill Lanier missed the first but made the second extra point. The Tiger touchdown came on a long completed pass in the fourth quarter. Both teams kept the rain soaked fans of 5,000 in a daze with their spectacular per- formance. Richn1ond's offense was sparked by the line ball handling of Larry Willige and the running of Ray Grubbs, Bill Force and Bernard Williaiiis. The strong defensive standards were Paul Inglett. Pat Dye, Tommy Ashe, Milner Lively, and Charles Broome. This concluded Coach In1nan's first year as head coach, and how much better could he have SERS? than by winning the State Champion- ' ip. MDNT MILLER LE RONNIE EVANS EDDIE ANDERSON R T LAMAR FLEMING C WILLIAM LANIER F B V? LARRY WILLIGE I- 9. gr 1 L-HOF" RAY GRUBB9 CHARLES MOODY R E .Z20ff1f!f'S L . MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS Lefi Io right: lluzzy Alcklillair- Must Yulimhle Sllllslilllle l':il Dye- MosL Valuable Player mmy Ashe- Blusl Valuable Linenizin .airry William-- Mosl Iinpruved Hill Forre- Klnst Vnluzihle Imvk liiclizird llnxrrinler- Sportsinanwliin l,:unui' Fleniim: ' lie-st Ulm-ker HIGH SCHOOL COACH MOST VALUABLE PLAYER OF THE YEAR THANKSGIVING DAY Frank Ininnn Tony Atkins T VN Y 'T 5 HOMECOMING QUEEN THE MANAGERS leailelrr- lbodenlinmer with Pan Dye Tommy Garrett Otis Phillips Walter Anderson Q? fWafwzQ Jw!! if H? Wm 4? Waals Left to right: First row, Larry Broome, Ronnie Bowers, Jimmy Snow, Larry Hendricks, Ben Pierce, Owen Forte, Jimmy Cadden, John Goldman, YVi1lian1 lYilkes, Douglas Jackson. Second row, Bubba Parkman, Harry Pund, Sonny Page, Ricky Von Ynworth. Dessey Kuhlke, Eddie Brown, Bonnie Burke, Robert Mulcay, George Wright, Jack Kerr, Tommy Lewis. Third row, Fred Sims CCoach of endsl, Allen Clifford, Charles Allen. Al Brown, Jimmy Knight, Bruce Knottingham, Frank Stafford, Fred Fidler, Ernest Murphy, Vance Per- rine, Vvade Mallard, Coach Wm. Howell. Fourth row, Charles Harris, Dunbar Dyches, Tommy Howland, Richard Holley. Bob Barnes, Gordon Alexander, Billy Walker, Gene Thurmond, Jim Braswell. Stanley Martin, Bobby Payne, Benny Williams, Coach Bolton. x Q' R 'Q .- 4 .rt ,X . ' .Q lvl Left, to right: First row, Frank Stafford, Colquitt Croft, Bonnie Burke, Archie Yziugshn. John Hunnicutt. Second row, Gilroy Garner, Sammy Simowitz, Harold Silver, Henry Bush. Freddie Lamback. Third row, Fred Fidler, Allen Hale, Coach A. L. YVi1liams, Mgr. Tom Arinistend. Coach Bill Howell. Members not present-Jack Adams, Gary BottormT. 1 ,HQ . ff max! K, A ,i d , E -0 Ivgixz 'Rim' ' ' . 4 ' V- A ' flflnnlnuu Lf ' I L A T Ifffl ll- rx-'hw Iwrxv wx-.x !-'muh l'1.1v'k, .Ll k I:".lY'll"ll, lfnukf llnllmu, llruluw-5 livam Hv'Y'lbv'Y'l X1f-'.x:n-- .Llmf-x P11-4--rw .I-Lhx.:,y lumulj- I1--imp Vll-'v-lm N 41141 xx I n M Vrwfl Xl. XI.xm1- 'll-xlmw. all-11 I4 R Vial:--r, XX':ayn-- ICle'l1:nrcls, .Izu I ummm NI k x Hm-1 lmh---' Nl1v'.:wl,,l I Nl 1 V Nm... .xlzx ysf 1 .,. T...l Irv-11 ul Xlxunxf 1'..gH L 1 Lvuhf-1 .ln-.ul .UI lw1r11'fl11-Am l'r'n11k 'Mrk ll" Rf-1 H mul 'Tmxm - FILM' Twvlrlxzzmwll' 2 T or At. 'ii'- SCH 22 Won A R. C .,,,., ,,....... 6 3 A. R. C ...... .,,.. 7 S A. R. C ...... ...... 6 1 A. R. C ...... ....., 5 0 ,L R. C ....,. ...... S 2 A. R. C .,,... ,..... 6 4 A. R. C ...... .,..,, 7 6 A. R. C .,,... ...... 6 5 A. R. C ...... ...... 7 8 A. R. C ....,. ,,,,,, U G A. R. C ...... 71 A. R. C ...... ,... . liil A. R. C .,.,.. ..... 1 is A. R. C ...... ...... 7 6 A. It. C ...... ilu A. R. C... . 57 A. It. C. A T-1 A. lt. C, .. ..... GG REGION A. lt. C. . ,... 45 A. It. C. . ., .... 45 GEORGIA A. lt. C. . .... .,... . 52 A. lt. C... . H 541 A. R. C .... .... .... 5 I 3 A. Il. C. Sl 2-A ST EDULE 2 Lost North Augusta ....... Greenwood ,,,,.... Richmond Hill .... Mount Vernon .,.... S. E. Bullock ...... Savannah ....... Commercial .... B. C. H. S ...,... Glynn Coffee County ..... Savannali . .. Commercial ll. C. H. Glynn . Coffee County . Benedictine .. Greenwood . .. llcneclictine .. AA TOURNAMENT Saivzinnaili .. . .. Benedictine ATE TOURNAMENT Russell ...... .. Albany Murphy , llec-utur Jack Fisher Tommy Stone Herbert Alewine Johnny Dowdy The Richmond Basketeers went into the Region 2-AAA Tournament with eighteen straight victories. They defeated Savannah High but lost to Benedictine thus capturing sec' ond place. On February 27th Richmond traveled to Atlanta with high hopes and a desire to capture the State Champ- ionship Trophy. They came up with an 52-45 victory over Russell High in their tirst game of the class 2-AAA high school basket- ball tournament. Wayne Richards scored 14 points to be high man for the day. ln the second round in the Tournament, Richmond came through with a victory over Albany, 30--14. Richmond came out on top again as they battled their way to the finals by a hard-fought win over Murphy High of Atlanta 56-54. This win entitled them to play Decatur. The finale of the State Tournament in Atlanta, March 2. was a repetition. jinx or no jinx. of the final game of the Region Tournament here in Augusta. as Decatur's Bull- dogs downed the Musketeers 6161. I-'ouls called against Richmond in the last quarter largely accounted for the downfall. as Richmond led most of the way through the third quarter. Wayne Richards was high for Richmond. with 23 points, besides being high scorer for the Tourna- ment. Everybody agreed that it was the most exciting game of the season. and had nothing but praise for the whole team. Next year may he another story! .j1'2fN' J Lf fluff rs X7 17 ,4 Q xr A B 'hai 0" I.:-I'tl-,r1:!1r Flrwl rwx l'1"' 11 XY..n1lw!- Vw!-1, '.'w:. .I- rv :,.wxn lQnul'!l:l NI:xrkl'.I,fIl"lHl1l ENR.-xx. IZ'-Ill ll:-mln-v Sf-uw-1111 r--xx, I.1rrr.-lm' X111.1uHz1- l'1-P-Ir-- V"'w -- 1.13 Yu ln-lam, .Il-yl-v HIIFFIP. Lulu' num. .I:A:m.- rl-- I:...b-uhm 1 Ihmrfl rmx .lf-rrn Nix u I 1 I 1 1.+ry'w-1' 11 Xuuvwn .lmlx XX'-llmrn .Xnnv l5'v. Llxulu XX1l!1anms J Qi? ,J lb-:lv fl1H'l-C fwm-'11 A SCHEDULE Won 14 1 ' - Q.. Ll lf. - I2 .M Ss all - if! f L, fha -- Ll ' .w -w TSI ff STATE Ill Lost S:nlulcl'svlIlv Nnrth .Knuusln Nu-rlh .Xuzustu Sannrmnll Vmnlmf-ian! Mount Sl, .Inns-pll t'nfTc-:- Vuunly Sxnxmnznh 1'mnmvr:'i:nI Munn! St. .lim-pll Sl. ,Univ-In f'uITn-6- Vollllly' I., ll V, St. Vimw-xnt's Slllllll'I'SXiHP St. Vim-1,-11l's Hnllywuull Mmm! SI, .losvph Si, .Xnuv-lu TOURNAMENT Northside s Q 1 , " L Joyce Burris Jeanette Bodenhamer Georgia Markert Carol Ann Jernigan Betsy Harrison Linda Williams Glenda Eskew Judy Welborn Jackie Nicholson Pat Waller lt '- " ru " sr. fu fl Left I 0 rii.:lit: First row, .l. T. Xlimfl--y, .lanivs ilnuv-rs. lianily Jones, Vharlus Clayton, Marion Howard, .lanivs Folds, Sem-nd i-nw, .lnlin wlinzzyl Nlvxlillan, .lnhnny lu-wily. IZ,-iw Fiilrliw-1', Frank f'lark. Larry Willixre. Hay Lirnlwlns, Thiril rmr, Coax-li A. l.. Willianif, I.nlh.-r Sli'-rnl. Xlivl-ivy Hand. Wayne Richards. Ji Pusher. Imn: Cux, llerhvr! Alvwini- SIX IN A ROW ' AI 1 Coach Q Q Q' A. L. NVillian1s A llllE'd ihnve with his six State Tmirnument trophies and his three Smit li Eastern trophies. X X -X wk SCHEDULE 17 Won 1 Lost 1956 Season 3 - 4 , l3 -- lil A- 21 -- ,, ft -- 15 21 4 ll'- , M19- yg .. ll- , ,.,.. 3 - STATE T 5- I0 -- Aiken ..... L. ll, C ...,.. Savannah .,.., . North Augusta Aiken ,.... ,.., ..,. Coniniercial L. ll. C.... Commercial Catholic- , Glynn ,. Glynn ., . Benedictine . , Cnthollr- ., ,. . Benedictine ., Savannah ,,,,., OU RNA M ENT Dalton ....,, .... Lanier Northside .... qslj--" xy - gk , I f , W A ff .4551 I u K, Q ., tv f-.Q ML 175.1 4 ,X kvvflslf t 4 4 5.0 5.-bl... 34,4 .nary . u ' F' L' ' . , it dy. -r 42,1 ff, iznis -1 ,lwghymn 'xy v . - ivy- ' - ' '- ' " "' .. 'a' A . .' 3, . . - Ma 54' . ",1.p"'-' U Wu,-' 'aff "' L., .1 ' 9 Ag' 'S x' 1 x "4 f' 'Mfg' Fur - le .x . ' ',,,s1 -x ,X '-...,f'-me , A '. " wg- g-.pf f rg. Xu 111.4 at ' i "l- iris' 4 mix-.-. .4 YA Ag ,A H, K' -TIA 4. Q0 'i ,.-' .ay UF" "' f"'- '?f'V '-' i. - QR! 'f'N- '5"' 'F .-.-- ' as li? mi.-1, Q . 4 U ' Ill , 410 I' .6 ,Q : f :ww I, V,-vw! 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Couch: Frank Inman ,fi Top row: LPM ln right, XYulLe-r Amlvrsun, Jimmy Snmllvy. llzlvid Thomas. Bottom row: Left to riulil, Ginger Hilvlwmk, Ann llee, Jane Smalley J 0111112 If' ,age pau- f Y -W ,H x Luinur l4'lemin Cu plain Major Tnllnnl Vozwli PW' 4 11 I.. - nk i'N"2 ' x Y - W ini!! 'ET-SK s 'x af- , 'Q an . IV ' . 'Z' . , ' 'h h i I 4 4 d ' ,na fl. . '51 ,.v .XJ ,gn ,gi fax: - I-113 5 , I 's ' to be defended byq allwogr hands." , 'iff V -Robert C. Winthrop, Toast at Faneull' Hail ' ,- ff? , qi , , ,J, 1 lffiu-f uL, d , A , , M1 W N-K -4-' 'NHL-MLN X-VY M ' Y I --' : W .- Q, . ' D A '. H ,. -, , 7 -44. ' ' 3' H3 'ws K V 'Y 4.3 V4 ". . . our counufy. io' be cherished in all our hearts, and ' UMWMW Qfeuonnef C3 RI bg! XX, l., Murphy, Jr, in A ' 9 J ',..-an Clllililill Leander li. Hullmwny, PNINKT x 5 R. E, Xfilflill 1: M9 Ill "1 .4-.-Q SP3 D, R. Hegstnd l ggaffafblz ' 'S ,.. 1 .f-3561 Major John D. Reynolds Battalion Executive Olficer LL, Col. Alfred M. Miller Battalion Conunander it 3 -9' , lk . - ' ,xxx . xx " . J , . .. . .Q , . Y., N , Q f.. - 1: R 1, ff? :A ' ,iff "nv-.., . Y . 1- Major Arthur Ir. XX lllarrl , wk, at if .. ,v u m liznttzllion S-l ,f ',-4: ' 3 ' 1 "fx, 4 , ' 1 1 , f S f ' 4- -' 0 8 . 'j'?'.l5i'l - .N - g?L5-.QL Mrs. XYaIlis Lee Stevens Honorary Cadet Colonel N" ' MQ .. 3' Captain Raynmnd D. XVhite Battalion Adjutant :I ln J' 37 N 'E' Lt. Thomas E. Neuman Battalion Asst. S-4 .rt-my n. xx IISUII, .ll!lllllj' XI.f':ulcl1-u, li Rug' Goodwill. Jllllllt? G. Nluxphy. Rlvl1:f1'1l L. Muzrunl-'r, Wzullvr IC. Amlersun Jfhfrfyll allen 6 IN! zany .. Y .Qwm-...-T. X fix' .11 ,gs 'SPV I 0 I I U 1 .A . NR Lum I..1:' 1. Viv' X -xI.:f1wSxx.n1x lU11:.g ,mfx 1' ...Q 5g.,,f,..,r 1 I Q,,' r Lt. lfinle-y Mr-rry lixe.-clnivv 0lTiver I M H V L LA v P . saidqw ,M A .. .....,,,,,,,,..,,,,., , A Q. . ,. ,,, , ' . 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Platoon Leader Miss Sandra Munn, Sponsor rQlBM, 4 THIRD I'I.A'l'UON , LL. 4'l1:n'Ir-5 NI lixelx l'lz1lmvl1L0alder Q. Q Miss I,:u1x'e Hzxilw,Spor1sor I' .f FOI'll'1'Il PI, KTOOX LL L'l:n'envP .-X. I.unL X l1LoonLe lder XII I mplte I uflm bpon or ffl? J" fklyf eyklhllll 'x ,f Qlmmf an I ' . to .fi 43 if Capt Symm NILCoxd Sammye Perry P F07 J Robert Glenn, lst Sgt. 1 llob Alston Byne Blount Ilelljklllllll Bush Henry llush David Bnchans Jimmy Capps Thomas Carswill .lI1lll9S Cooley Albert Duvall Edward Ferrall Tonuny Freeland Rnhcrt Gulrlman Gilbert Goldman Jerry Gumlwin llirllard Lawson Andrew Martin Ronnie Peters Marshall Persky Leonard Rubin Sammy Shapiro Thomas Sosby Wade Stevenson Pat Stoll vgyk f Zfllll X 5-,,v-.-,A--N - i Z-. 4 i N w i1.,'.xQ,1yUl Imax 'liz--"mf thfxrw- , 4I,-m1-- S Sw-'v I:.1lr'::wfn-I Iivxxh R N ' 5 W Klux'-x 1, . 'T wt. :'- ':. - 4 , , 1 N SIN' Iluh.-rl ll Xlznrlin Hum ll 4 1 646216 Jfghfam fl Top Ten Lt. Col. XYilliam J. Dunn with IIUIlt'lI'2lI'3' Cadet L'0lu11el Mrs, XYallis Lee Stevens .L+ s , L fl 43' 'fxbx A- r v Ylvjfff I.'g 4 "1 'D yu J 5- l we' an Arg' 1 A . .. . , . ,,. , fe- .. - ' 3 - - K' .-T V- Q... . . k :1. l .., "?f:Q".," ' F":,.-. Q "" .fr , .' - Hai' 2 ' ', nv. . 'xgfv 'ff0"'."" 1 . ' . av ll .Q ,- ., , V gg: . eff- ff -1 , ,J f"' v . Y , ,lqrd-'fe Q. ., f .J R. f ' -4 f " . 'n1,",- ps ' , ax, , - ff .la X .V M. A -Y ,N : lb! vm- M 4 e , , , 11.1, .Q-'A N. I .4 m y i spin r :N w.. X :H 5.4 '-Qv?1.:j .,,rF,. .lm 1 , Q, .fiqvvrwgrw-, 1-' 5 Bottom row: Left to right. Leila Goodwin. Carol Ann Jernigml, Gerry Mundy. 1953-Sui llunm-nry Vanin Cnlmlel, l.uure lluilie, Um-rillp Second row: Left to right, Gail llemley, Jeanette llodenlmmer. Rnrlmrn Dum-nn. Hel-kv Hill Top: Mrs. Wullie Lee Stevens. H? A fm! 1957 sn ,p V:-5-1 I,.1mur l'Iv'mxl1g I'r. Nl.: w--:' ,If-Im 1.1-2 vu-Idx Y1u"l'x"- lqlvl !..vylxmm! Xkhm- 'I'rf Vznj-V S1 l.l V4-l IIAUIHAN .Xflw I1-Iv--rl .Xllnxnwlllx 5.1 l'.uI Ily- llvwlwln Ilvv- 1 hurl'-5 1 .nrl111fl1n.'1 I Imrl.-54 1':1wlm'4l lfmlxn- Inxnnf I wk ll xxhr-r Hlllils fluinvs lp: f'hzu'Iw thuulv-'ln Imnnlw Ilnzun Iumhie- Ilwwanrnl Iflwurzl lluwzlrd u'+31u1- Lan: .xrl-I Sf-1 Xlwnl x1Ill9'!' Wh nl--ur ulwm mx:-vu r--r.1rg.- .1pl.n1ln 1 Xlxllwr lm'-ly 5:nll1XI:n:1l!I"' Viul:-y M4-rry XY:1lkvr' Xlulrlvy lp! 1'h:url1's Xlmulx I-'14-gl 3I1'I71'uyvl' Symm Xlvr'-ml I'fclw:nrrl Nw-lfnn .'I'l1mn:u5 Nvwmzm Stunrl S+-ull Jimmy Snmlla-y .Ium We-iulp ujm' .Xrlhnr XViIl:n gage ull ft cz ali . . . 1,9561 The Scruggs Memorial Sabre-Cadet Captain Terry Bentley. The Veterans of Foreign VVars Sabre -M!Sgt Alfred M. Miller, Best ROTC Company Cup and Medal of Merit-"A" Company, command- ed by Cadet Captain Charles Mc' Diarmid. Best ROTC Platoon Cup and Medal of Merit-Second platoon "B" Com- pany commanded by Lt. Gene Bell. Best ROTC Squad Cup and Medal of Merit-First Squad, First Platoon, "B" Company commanded by SFC Thomas Rhoden. Best Drilled ROTC Cadet Medal of Merit and Levy Medal-Cadet SFC Edward Howard. THE SH ERI DAN SABRE The Richard B. Sheridan Memorial Sabre is an award made annually by the Reserve Officers Association to the cadet officer of the ROTC unit who is judged to be the most outstanding student. In order for a cadet to win this award he must be a competent officer, a capable and versatile student, a proiicient athlete and a leader in his class activities and every day life. The Sabre is awarded in memory of Rich- ard Brinsley Sheridan, honor graduate of the Academy, who lost his life in the foot- ball uniform of West Point. This year the Sabre was presented to Cadet Captain James A. Cook. The Academy Medal of Merit for Neatest Cadet - M!Sgt Lamar L. Fleming and SFC John D, Reynolds. The American Legion Sabre - Cadet Captain Charles McDiarmid. The Cohen Medal - SFC Charles R. Neuman. The Academy Medal of Merit for Out- standing Member of the Band-e Cadet Captain Fred Phillips. The C. XV. Tulley Trophy-Cadet Sym McCord. The General Wood Memorial Trophy -Cadet Lt. Richard E. Davis. Bowen Brothers Award-Cadet Rich- ard E. Davis. James A. Cook receives the Sabre from Captain William Bush while Sally llill and MySQL B. E. Cnrrow looks on. safe- NEW RICHMOND ACADMEY BUILDING History of J. C. A. - A. R. C. lContinued from page T-gCl21SSE5I ment for use as a hospital: the school remained closed for several years. From August, 1863, until the fall of 1867. the Academy building was beyond the control of the Trustees. First used as head- quarters fora Confederate military hospital, it was later used as military headquarters by the Federal troops before being restored to the Trustees in 1867. For many years after its first opening, the Aca- demy remained in session almost the whole year, with two-week holidays being given at the close of a quarter. Hetween April 1 and October 1. school hours lasted from seven-thirty to six: be- tween October 1 and April 1, from eight-thirty to tive. A recess from twelve to two-thirty xy as the only break in the schedule. This continued until 1880 when the single session, closing at tWo o'clock was introduce-il. Public examinations were held from two to four times yearly, the first which were recorded being held on March 30, 1786, and another in .Iuly, 1789. During the examination, questions were asked by teachers, by the Trustees ot' Richmond Academy, or sometimes by people in the audience. Prizes were awarded for the exhibitions ot' oratory. decla- mation, and drama which followed the question- ing. If all the stuilents did well and it' the Trustees were in a jovial mood, the students might be re- warded with a holiday of from one day to a whole week. After the restoration of the Academy building to the Trustees in 1867, serious attempts were made to reopen the school. Colonel George W. Rains. former manager of the Confederate powder mill in Augusta, was chosen regent. His associates includ- ed a number of ex-Confederate officers. and with their aid the Academy was reopened January 1. 1868. In 1870, during a mass reorganization, the post of regent was abolished. all teachers became equal in rank, and Colonel Rains was appointed chairman of the faculty. The Academy had two departments: the classical and English and the scientific. The potential scientists had access to Colonel Rains' personal collection of scientific apparatus and that of the Medical College of Geor- gia, where Colonel Rains was a chemistry pro- fessor. The enrollment of the Academy grew steadily. and in the school year ot' 1873-1874 it listed 223 students. In 1875, a commercial depart- ment was added, and in 1882 a military depart- ment was established with Captain J. O. Clarke. a Confederate veteran, as instructor. A section of the Academy building was set aside as an armory, but after a few years of existence, the department was abolished. In 1898, the military department was reopened with Major George P. Butler as commandant. It consisted of two companies with uniforms of blue coats with brass buttons, gray trousers, black shoes, and blue forage caps, close- ly resembling the Confederate caps. In the first two decades of the twentieth cen- tury, the Academy changed in many ways. Its cur- riculum enlarged to include athletics. physics. physiology, hygiene, American, English, and French history, mechanical drawing, and plane surveying. In 1904, the University of Georgia ac- credited the Academy, and in 1911 the Academy became a member of the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States. On July 1, 1909, the Trustees contracted with the County Board of Education of Richmond County to employ and pay the teachers and manage the school, while the Trustees were to use the income derived from the tuition fapproximately 35,000 a yearh to improve and take care of the property and increase the equipment. In 1910, a fifth year, equal to the freshman year in college, was added, with the old armory being converted into class- rooms to accomodate the additional students. In the year before World War I began, the Medical College building reverted to the Trustees and was converted into classrooms. By the end of 1916 there were varsity teams of football, baseball, basketball, tennis, and track, with a newly organ- ized band added to the military department. After the first 'World War, tuition for students living in Richmond County was abolished. In 1919, student enrollment had increased to 610, the largest up to that time. With such crowd- ed conditions prevailing, more classrooms became a necessity. The dormitory was converted into classrooms, but the Academy was still overcrowd- ed. In 1924, a bond issue of 5,350,000 was voted, 3300.000 of which was designated for building a new Academy. The Trustees added tS100,000 to the bond issue funds and work on the new Aca- demy was begun. The selected site, a swamp own- ed by the city of Augusta, was located between Walton Way and llampton Avenue and west of Baker Avenue. The City Council had the swamp drained: the County Commissioners had the ground made ready for construction: Scroggs and Ewing drew plans for the building: and the l'almcr-Spivey Construction Company e1'0Ct0d it, under the supervision of a building commission composed of prominent civic leaders. During the summer of 1925, the Board of Edu- cation voted to found a coeducational junior col- lege, to be called the .Iunior College of Augusta. lt was to be housed in the new Academy building on the completion ot' that building. The Junior College graduated its first group ot' sophomores in 1927. Since that time the Junior College has grown steadily, with a variety of courses being offered to the students. The Academy, too, has increasezl its enrollment rapidly. In its first year in the new building, the Academy had 6-15 students and a faculty of 33. In this school year of 1956-57, the Academy has an enrollment of 107-1, and the .Iunior College has 203 students. The faculty consists of a presi- dent, a dean. fifty-three teachers, two librarians, a registrar, two office assistants, a nurse, a dieti- cian, business manager, a commandant, and four army officers and sergeants. This year of 1957 will see a senior class of approximately 470 members graduate from Richmond Academy and 45 from Junior College. Let us hope and pray that this class will uphold the traditions and glory of the one-hundred-and-seventy-four-year-olcl school. -Hibliograpby-t'ordle. C. G.--ARC Cadet, published by IMT--is Bela Club History of Riclunond Academy. RECENT VOCATIONAL A. R. C. BUILDING 1. lui and Jlaizwlzle if L L li, U CWC N A "Now join your lumds and with your hands your llc-arts." William Shakespeare, King Henry VI ,- I N , T3 ,S I if " JA -I 0172 f uc ,Q L-U' 5 LITERARY STAFF EDITORS A A 1, h I In-II . , Ifvllr--12111-.'lx1w1 I"nl1' ,MAN mu' lg1,I1lwx' 4 v' X - IIQILA bIl1u'kIv'I1vI'1I VIII liutler I 1 ef' - I - x Q , . a - . 7 " ' r, , I A J, Q . . , .. , - 0- 0 7 4 v J if - X Q f f K X - - . A ,af - N ' - - fu. I 1 A I' - - ,A h , A A - ' ' ' :V -:. A Q A -. AAA ri -. I 4 'I .v 1' -, ,I I1 SHIIIIIII ll-'J' If'II In l'i:IlI, Im 1' . 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XI:1v'y IIIMX If-Inky IIIII. Sully IIiII,l5ln:f-rII1lrh- fwk IIVI-An K-lllwy Nxmly Km: .Imqvx-fl1x.w Iimulzv, f':m1I XIJIIIIPI' .luyf-.1 XI: I':IIIlII'I'1ly, , , ,Y , ,. . . fu.. A.l.M.y-I-Ml, xl.Im XIII.-'xx Igmxly Nlwygy-ll. I,:1.4I:I Al-Iruqm lurrlllw SI'-rrls. Szumlm Mum., ,I.wq11-fIxlII-- Xu--Im!-wvn, XI,Iy-5 .um HI:pIngmv4 lmuvl I'mwr.m1, Umiw Vuml. Hull , , , , w - . Iwmlsfj, I.1I.I I.IIfHIf'11. .-l.m1.1 Im-lxnrflx I',xl:'n1:n Sllzwkn-llurri, Ihflla-v SIn3vI1:Il1, Llcllv r.x.wx-Q .IJIV3 rj-mlm .Ivy I'w-Mlwr. Klum Iwlyfxrw. Sm- W.11'1l, I':sIl'i1'm Weulllv Immcl XXI111I-, .Indy Xhuumr rs, Ii'n'- 9 Zi Jie :haf uc BUSINESS STAFF MANAGERS Publisliei' ,,,,.,,,.. ....., llusiness JI2.l!1fLQt3I',.,, , ..,....IacqueIine Knight ,, Hlfavid Patterson A 4 A... x ., 11 fa s- l o V LK' 4 tx 72- 1 5 fr 73 W 4 l 7 gs D ,I X "z , , 5 A , Q. , fs- ' Q, Q7 ' .4 ' A A A , First row: left to right. Circulation Manager ,,,,,,. ,ag -A g A Second ro ....,,,,Roy Goodwin Typing' Editor, ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,, B etty Anderson Associate Sales Mana,fz,er,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,....,,,, Corrille Morris Assistant Associate Sales Manager ........ ....,,, E sther Boatwright Assistant Assistant Sales Manager .,...... ,,..,,,,,,.... H elen Kelley Assistant 5 A wi left to right. Business Mana Business Mana Business Mana "EF 91' SEI' ,, ,,,, , ,,,, Nancy King ,, .... ,,,,,,,,,.,, S ara Snider Emily Mitchell Typing Editor ...,. ,. ,, ,,.,.. Gail Reinley BUSINESS STAFF' lletty :xllfli-'l'SHIl. Lziure llziilie. listlwr llozitwriulltl llxlllr-y lloaivwriulxr, l-'lu liUll9l'. Ilorettn Vollins, l,intl:t lllizunii, Lunla llunlziiw. l.:im:ir Iflvliiiiiu, llzxrluira .lean firnliani. Roy lhlmi- win, llelen llvnry. Mary lllers, Ilerky llill. Sally llill, Helen Kelley, Naam-1-' K' line Knight, l'au'nl Mnmvr, Sam Miiuiiirf-, Saiilira Mxirrinl Sully Maxwell. Mont Miller. ',.. , in-' l'll'41ll - Limly Milvlwll, K'ui'rille- Morris, lilaninf- Ni--linlsr-11, .lait-qii+-liii- Ni:-Ii-vlsnn. Ilavul Patter- son, Louise l'und. Gail lie-inlay, .lulinny llvyiwlcls. l':itriui:u Sli:1n'kelI'or'd, .linimy Sinalley. Sara Snider. Lidle Swain, Mary Sylllllli, lin-lw 'l':illlw, .lily Tmviilis, Nlinii Yulpittn, Maxwell Vallnttnn. Sue Ward. l'atrlvia Weathcrs, .7 01 fenfwollnrvy A A. FI, C. JUNIOR COLLEGE Sophgmoreg Jumors-Contmued Sewers Freshmen Sophomores I'y,,H-I,-, IQIIIII Iiy-rx X In-'I I'I4v.-1'- I,.m.- IQII Sully I1-f-kiln: .IIIIIII .XI IH'-'xx .I.Ij.zIf 1wj,.- I' Iwrv II.IzI-I VIH I7IIII'I html'-I I1-f:I1'4I Xlanlwun .Xvlkms Il'-X -- j. IQIIIII-Q' III' MI II '- II. 4' sy I un Ifv l'Q.wI-. .l.m'- IW-mwl' 'xI,nx'IIx.n .Xml XYIILKIIIQ .IH---III: IDI XIII I'II II1,1- F-11 IIN IM' 1- ILw:I.II4l I"-' If .I' - .lwmmx I'1IfI'- II---:IIm4I Zufk--1' lC"w:Ia rn-.I-tv I ml IQIIIII- I1.wII.Ir.'.I1.I:.f1y Ilmw .lvlvm-1-'-I!lll'Lw.l1vI1!uX1vll I PM '-if-I"-.' Kxmv- II .If!.I-.- IIVII-4.14 I,1'tI-- Jumora 1 nu' Kivzvzzwvv' II- I-'II IQ.-II, 3, sm- Nlwrlnw I nm-1.41.uwI5!II'.Iv1I'z- I .,v1II1.- 'IIm":- U. It Sum, I:-IL XIXIMI, IIIIIIJ V! 'Y' KI,r'- II-U51 '-I-'Lmy I1-'III '.'I'v'I:I1r I2.1:'I.,Ir'.I I I-Im-I-I, I IIII IlzII:.w1IIxI'vI IIIII-.Iru .ln I'.Iu1 .I-xl:- XXVILIII U. 'mln I1111 I1 I1-II-:fu I, FII,-X .Ir l..II li: I: Iv j. IW:-uk 1'I.IvI-Q X 'I'II-4:12111-'I .l.Iy,.4 fm.-II. u In--,IIUI 4 1.Imu.IwI Nm' 4' KX'.I:.I RLII11-. l,.-.I sy...I1,. .'ImII'f-j. In rl IIIIIIIII Vfxzmvw ,l,,yyI,.. 'Ix,,1',,,,. KX .ILM V ".'. FIJI: . OFFICERS 4 - I'v'r -wlwwv I.-vmI1-- I'Ix.Ixu- I 2 A- . ,- -. ' :- . I 1 mv 1',,..H1.'m 1mx'1'1II. xl.,,-,,, L4 A 5 ', Q Q-4 lg.-. 1 L . V. , -, H..l.- 5'.A1l.- ' A a 1 I I M N I In In x 5 x I T 3 A x 1wfv'1w-xlymulllx: Sm Iw-1.113 .I.1I1" "Mlm:-I A , A l'II.ug-I.mI I'r,mk 4'I.uk IIIUI 1-11 vm-'fl' A 5. L 'I'I"-A--III"'V I' 4I'4N l,IIII:- 7 . .. Q -Y 'Q H. if 0 Q- .Xvlxxwnw ruin. I '- ,. vs- X W e is "' "-II' XX'uiI1.I1vI- XI:f- Ilwvkxvf---I XII Xlullv-I 'ya . H Al X X I x1,- 1gf,,,- xn- Imlym if ,Q 1 fe Kafka Y ini 2 75' iv-zyfiv 'Cx 3' .1 . 'Z 5' .. 1- 6 x ' V' X , , O? to ,, g , A , N. .1 J .N A Q , il - 4 P 1 Y OFFICERS Vice-President .,.... .......... ..,,,,,.,....,.,,,, T h omas Sosby Left to right: Secretary .......,.A.....,,,,.. .,,.... B arbara Jean Graham Sponsor ,,,A,,,,,,, ....... R Iiss Ruth Mc.-Xuliffe Treasurer ..,,.............,....,. ,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,, S chuyler Clark President ..4,.. ....,.,,,,,,,, C orrille Morris Program Chairman .,....., ...............,,, R onnie Evans Chaplain ...,.,,,..,,.,.,,,,,.. . ....,... Virginia K'Burg an wasp-4 .-auvi Seniors Aldred, Ruth Anderson, NValter Boatwright, Halley Hodenhanier. Jeanette Chow, Edward Clark, Schuyler Crawford, Eunice Doolittle. Betty Dunlap, Leola Dunn, Patsy Evans, Ronnie Fleming, Lamar Graham, Barbara Jean Greene. Jewell Griffin, Mary Hagler, Alice l-lenry, Helen Jarrell, Kay Jernigan, Carol Ann K'hur1:. Virginia Kelley, Helen Seniors-Continued Loflin, Jeanette Mack, Judith Magruder. Richard Maner, Bill Marks. Ginger McKenzie, Betty Lynn Mc-Nulty. Mary Morgan, Sylvia Morris. Corrille Newton. Susan Ock. iiarliara Patterson, David Pond, Glenda Pnnd, Louise lluhin. Leonard Shar-kelturd. Patricia Shaw. Judith Smalley. Jane Soshy. Tlmnias Turley, Mary Volpitto. Maryann Seniors-Continued XYard, Sara XYallave. Jim Walton. Anne XVZIITCII, .Xnn Wellvli. .lane Westbrook, Ramona White, Raymond Willingham. Cilden Woo, llurotliy Woo, Thomas Wright, Walter Zipper, Hannah Juniors Ilrennecke. Barbara Ilurdison. Maylin Carpenter. Barbara Cawley. Patricia Crickenberger, Virginia Gail Davis. Mary Dornbos. YVilliam Juniors-Continued Hall, Cecelia llarrey, Dixie Lynn llendee, lieth Ilitchcock, Virginia James, Edward Lester Lanes, .Ioan Lee, Linda Munter, Carol Maxwell, Selly Miller, Patricia Mobley, Sandra Mullierin. Ginger Mutimer. Sue Ostaiin. Sharon Payne, Penny Petty, Harriet Saar. Elsieanne Scott. Stuart Tannenbaum, Gretc-lien VViIliams, Betty .lo YVoo, Pauline Zipper, Ruth if H Al' H Aefn Mfr! Ma fi. Q if W1 Z n from IV! l All Init 11- yuh' N 1, 1..rE!.-uw. um!! I HL' I v n I'-'X--vw-rv, .I:mx-wr XXI XX D I H.lrl!1.1.XlmNX1.:.1::4x 4.mw:.,.vI.1-vl N v Ivfrvkun- Yvx51vI'1 11 Nvvxrl-xr HONORS CONlNll'l"l'l-Qli I Slzxnflmu. II XI Sullfm, II ll Ii.-ml Smnwrl .Xlxxs Mary 121lhl:m1i. 1' 19 f'fvr'fllv xlibs .Xlllluru XI finlwf- Dj rrfny ao! . old? Lefit to right: Alflllt Miller Lamar Fleming Ronnie Evans 3921 ' ' . Cfylflnhl Lab? an 1- L.- C-7 57 1,1-It lu Vlgllll Top row: LII-nlllh liriun .Um lk-0 l.1ud:1 Xhllmms Cnrrillv Xlnrris ...x if I-'null row' llvlvn Kvllvy Carol Ann .lerniznn mivurgixx Klurkvrl Glenda: Iiskew .IDJIIIPHQ Lullm I.ilKll't' Hnilie 1' 5 5 f N i C ' Xxx Jeanette limlvulxmmxs I . 6. 4 A,-qs' , 1 .1 .3 v ' 4 'J oFFlcERs ry! H ,-'A .J v. Left to right: wx l 1 ,,,,. 'R IF- - ' 1. . Q D- ,.. .vw ,I L- '-' ,. 1 .,, ,1- ' 1 , .4 President . Vit-0-l'resi1lel1t ,, , Snrretalry-Treaxsurer Svruealnl-nt-.-lrlns ,, Snpllunmure lliroclor .luniur Ilircvtor... ,. Svllllll' l7ll't'1'l0l' , Hllaynmund White .,..L:unnr Fleming: .nllzlvid Patterson Jimmy Smalley , Frank Stafford , , . ,Stuart Scott lticlmzlrd Mamruder v Spunsor 16, ugaktlg 1' Q Standing: Kneelinz: Ili:-ky um l'nwt-rth llznvirl l':ltte-rsnn .lllllllly Snmll.-y Ilir-hzml Nlzlurndvr llill Snmll lfrs,-11 Filller llruve Nottinzhnln .lark Adams .lurk Milford Pre-d Enflorf .lack Kerr f'hIU'lF'S Goodwin Mr. Miller llymnn Crm-rm.-l XX':nltm' XVrix:ht l-'rank Smffnrll Wxllizlnx Evans Wnlliznn P1-rkins Turns Vurlin Hula Knuntz Ilill Ilnrnlms lirlwarcl Chow Mr. Miller Seam-di Nc Stnnr! Scott .Inlmny ltt-ynolcls llnlph Shupinu llinn llolwrts ltyrnn Gilbert I,P'llllZll'll llnhin Thomas Susby llenry Flank lirlwznrd Nichols Rilylllflllll XYhite -t nit-ture-df Lamar Fleming Floyd Stunleton Robert Lunxzstnn George Wright Gene l-'ulcher lion Glcldens Schuyler Clark in O., ufufze sw. - W if cz ' W 6 gg, X A rn wo! Jeachem OFFICERS Left to right: Standing: Leola Dunlap ....,.,........,..,,. ...... S ecrelnry Mr. Miller ,, Ramona Westbrook ,,,,,., Seated: Barbara Graham ..,. Ann Warren ,..,,,,,, :,,r..,.w , l... .L . ix C7 1. x, A ,L 2 ......Sp0nso1' ........,Treasurer . ,,,.,,,...,... President ice President fi, U ii ' VT in :P '- 'l A E. M 'i T -'Q -- . -. N. ri Ada, Aslin Ann Bee- Lviln llelvin Gail llennett. llarlmrzi llrown Hazel llnrokhnltel Vicki Culhnnn Shirley Cllee-ley Rnhertn. Crihh Ann Crmner .Indy Cronier Eunice- Crziwforll Maury llzivis Thcnnns UllllC'1lll lleoln Dunlap Ln Ruth Erion Glenda Eskew llnrbm'n Grnlnun Pat Hughes .lohn Kim: MEMBERS rlenrzizi Lunsford Lilldll L90 llevky Little Snndrn Mnsllhnrn Susan Newton Snnnnyu Perry Alnrlhn Ringson .lmunie limvu .Indy Shaw Shelhy Smith Sum Snider llnlh Story lleverly Tlllllltlllilillllll Ann XX':irrvli llnsnlyn Waiters Alive XX'nlkins Rllllltillll XYeSthru0k Snsnn Wylcls Lindam xVlllillIllS R -... - f. 4. -f 4 A if C l rf 4-ffl 1:-1? ' x 13 xr U E 5 4'- f. Tlcs gl ,4 M' 1.5 OFFICERS f'I't'SldE'lll,, , , , . liurlmm .lean Gralllalm 2 7 Vive l'I'E'Sld6'l1l ,, , , , Ronnie l'el-:rs K- - T ,N r i iv Q - X X N SP1-VHlalry-Tl'ea1s111'e1' , llawhel lvOldSl9lll ! -i I 1 f Sy-nnsor-First Svmwslex' . Mrs. Tlll'llt"l' - ' Snunsor -Sen-ond SUIHOSIQI' Mrs. Dl1l'!1lIllj' MEMBERS ' l .luck Adzuns Nllfllllll llelfor Leila llulvin llnllvy llmltwright Gary llollnroll' llvnry llusll Viviun Collins Ann f,'l'0lllPl' .lzlynv llyd .lun-- lbunn Maury N--llv llunn l.u Ruth ldrion Ann Fields Nun:-y Flowers lim-lwl llnldslr-in llurlmral liralhuln llurhurn Hurley lll-len lleury Xlzvy lliers Kal:-' Jurrcll Vurul 3lillllt'l' Huw- Nlinltllt-lun llnpv Mirldlelnu l':lL Kluhley Sllllfflll Oslulln llzlvirl l'ntl1-rson llnnniv Peters Putty Powers Lunlse- Punzl llonnie- Selwyn .lnhn Smith Gerald Stanley llremin Swann Beverly Tilllllellhillllll Mary Turley Anne Wiebel .UZQ Jkefeefz ...v--... ,Ui A , .. Sl ., W fffi, 3, ' as g :Nd Mary 'l'ni'l4-y Shirley Clivelvy llelen llonry .lnan Samlx--rsoii Carolyn 'l'lIl'lll?l' llryani English Stuart Svotl ,, ldilitorial Wrilvr Associate ldclitui Associate lCrlito1' Assnriale lllmiilm' lllanaging Eslilm' Plmtogra phy Phu! ugra phy OFFICERS STAFF x. 'Pony All-:ins Martha Kinsey lvlllij l'mni ,Q .luyi-if llnrris Rliliwr lively Xanvy lkmlf- '. I-'lu llnllei' lliannv llanldin Navy lhwxxell A l'lll'llS L'ai'tQr Alariv llnlilgimn-'ry Palrii-ia Sllaickelfuiwl fi llurilnn C'hlllllIN'l'S Nlilslri-il Mm-ris Mary Stowarl A Ilnuh Grover Tim NL-al lleweltv Still I lmnniv llwzan l-lil Ni-lsun .lanws 'Flinnias Linrla Hughes Iiwin l's'arre Pai Wallvi' Glenda lllskcw Girls' Spuris Mr. Scott l'P::v All-cluwvu .j1'zX ', fflf 0? .ff J: Flklf? 1. 'II'-mln Iisl-ww '38 l.:luxw1 liaxilw N.lll"y lflmu-r, UEIl'lILAl'1l llvxlinulxf-Ill .lxmw lilllbml Xml lime llrvxnln lhulwwn 4 :ul lfvllllvll Yam-xy lllzlxl--lxwxwl lf-zlllfflw llmlf-lllrxxw-1' njcw l1lll"I'lr Flu llutlvr lt.-rm-v Vlv-+-lm Nllirlwy Vlwe-ll-y Kay IIIYIISI l'n11w IIN' lim xx llzlrrlfllll Iiwlllw 11.-ml--V 11.-.Aky nm sgllly Illll Hmul-r llil-lm-'urls Vqlrlll llfvuzm lllmlyf Ilyntl 1'.lv'l .Xml .Iwr'l11"'m X'lr.'lm.l K'lZur 5' - 4 1 533 I I MEMBERS II- l- xx K--llvy KJ5' liwfl'-I-5 ,Xml li-'ml-lv r':l1'--1 Xl..m'-z' 41'--llplzl Xl.lr'krA!'l IZ:1l-v r 5-I.lr'lv .n.Ir'5' ll-'l-xl Xlllimrv ,l--5'--' 1l1lCl1v1vl1'l'.ny F1-' XlwNH1'l':ll Hi--mmf Nlzuv--n l'1ll Xlwlll'-5 S ,nllfzx Xlwrm .l... Ill- Xu llulvvll 127 'x N1-lmlsun .Xllll Tllmnsnn lilaum- .' ' lnllllm- l'ri1-I- uluriu Thurmoml I,uu1f-- Puxul lfmn Ilslv ' 'z liivllurfls Xllulxlx lmmllv- linxve Annu llufu .l I l l I I-muy Su- rrw Saxon 'ls bull:-a IlI'lt'lZl S'lIll'k1'lflll'll x--nw 'vllv Tlllnlr .ulw Swnn l'1nl XYuller Snr- Ward l'ulrim-in XVeuth9rs .lunv NVQ-Ilc'h .Indy XVig.:gins Limln Willlauns Vulclaen XVilIingl1:1m Susan XVylrls ,J I 4 . Lk A OFFICERS l.f1'Iul'l,!.' l'r---lfivm I ll'-P Xl In-N1-If-nl 1.1-mln If-kvw X I 1115-'l'1nvw11-wx' llll w-r Illlllnu k I ml Xl.-11:14--r' I"ll XY:Ill"l' ,Xqxy.,-,- xl I l.1l'k I i Athletic Council ltvlh llf-lule-v Ile-lr-ll K4-llvy IZ-wruizm Nlzlrkvrl .lpzulurwlw IIIIIIPIIIIZIIIIVI' l'n!ru-in XVPGIIIIFIKS .lnynv lbw: llrulshie l'rirv- Yiruinial K'lIurg Farul Ann .lorniuun llerky Ilill . .A MEMBERS 0' QMQU OFFICERS President ,...,....,,,. ,, ., ...Jimmy Smalley Vice President. ,Maxwell Vallotton Secretary ,.,,.. ,Sam Maguire Treasurer ,,.,., ., ., , ,John Long Sergeant-at-Arms , Mike Barnes Chaplain , . ,. ..., . Ed Hill Sponsor: Mr. Miller Mike Barnes Emory Williamson Eddy Hill .Ian Bostrom Terry Gilbert I-larry Harper Amon McCormack Walter Anderson William Loyal XYesley Alford David Grayliill Sam Fat-ton Robert Glenn Jim NVallace Pierce Walker BERS Maxwell Vallotton Gary Trowbridge .Iimmy Smalley Hill Force Richard Magruder Finley Merry XValt.er XVrig:lit Charles Newton Jim Gordon Bill Salley Sam Maguire Harwell Hendee Ililly Gibson Marky Mull Emile llredenherg OFFICERS President ,, , , . ..,.,...,, ., ,.,., . ,. , Sara Snider Vice President., .. ,,,,., Mary Ne-lle Dunn Secretary , ,,, N, Judy VViggius Treasurer , Gail Remley Chaplain , .. . ,Shannon Scott Sergeant-at-Arms ,. ... . Sandra Jones Social Chairman ,...,.. ,, ,, , , Barbara Brennecke Project Chaiimann ,.,,...,..., , , , , ,. LuRuth Erion Sponsor: Mr. Miller Barbara Brennecke Carol Brooks .lane Cox Eunice Crawford Linda Duggan Leola Dunlap Mary Xelle Dunn LuRuth Erion Nancy Flowers Kay Jarrell Nancy King Sandra Jones Carol Manter Diane Mauldin Emily Mitchell Susan Newton Sammye Perry Gail Remley Martha Ringson Sara Snider Brenda Swann Beverly Tamienlwautn Rosalyn Waters Barbara XYhiu-held Judy lYi:gins Beth Hendee Flo Butler Ann Kemble 0 fr : , ff' if ,,-.0 zalmg 'X-as ,-WP ' Q llfbfr. . X Q, X f 'E ig if.: 1 . 'i 1.. 'I :- oFFrceRs Vw -ii.-m .Inu-k Kilim Q Ylrr'-l'!"'NIllv'lI! .lv-:iii--tlv lmflm ,, Ki. S---'r--r:ii"r I.u-llnlh l'ri-in . X , 'l'i-wixiiiw-r i':Hi'14-In Ilnvii 1 I . ' ' nm il. Soprano Alto Baritone ""'5IU"'-'F -VIUNW Nlzirlhzi ltraimi--ri lhfliivj-' Uwlllll "f'll'f5' Uuxitwriulll Slllillfll Illlruw-xy Shirlvy t'li.1v3ii-5' 315-,-lm 4-.,.,k B355 i'lllI'li'l5l Ilaixis 1.11-Ilulh Y-Irimm Nizirihzi iixx-ur lim-lwl G1-lclfif-in Mary llrimslvy Luis firimslemri .X nn llzirivf Gmnvafr .Izivkie Kvmlrit'kS .hmm Lziiiv Szindrzi Maishiiurn l1:irbzi1':i Alnsur 4'uLhQrim,- Rlurris -I"iA!l Piirrinf- Ann Mm-Vuy Siznirirn Rluhifsy Szimirzi Iluziffr .lnzilinw Iflli .Xuilrwy l.v-' IH-rn liXX'4'Il I-'o,-ruilsun .lv-:ilu-IH' l.ul'li!l .lv-:iiiiv Nlziyf-in Num-5' Iv.-an-r Niirizini Pri:-P Ilulwrlzi Snnrlvrs .iiuill Saxirhvr' .Hive XY:i1kins Ancwlyxi Sims Iflri Alznriv- XYil:-nn l!vY'Ili1'P VIIQPIQ-y enor lidzly lirmllis-i'1'y llivky I':il'swPll lrillffilill f'h:milie-rr Irminif- Ilmznn Lairry llwwe-ll Illlhhvl' l':i1'km:in .Irihn Smith lfred .lnlinstmi .l:u'k .x1llllllS llvnry Hush Jw- lmxznll .lr-rry llmiks liulwziril N-flsun Vulilis Nixun Irvin l'1-:il'iw- llnnniii- IH-le-rs Stuart S1-ull .Inc-k Sumllin XVillizmi XYilkn-4 I':xt Stull Zelda Frances Adams Phillis Blankenship Martha Branner Wiley Brickle Doris Bruce Ilene Brunkhurst Sylvia Carter lizirbaru Carpenter .lean Chuvous Christine Deas Joanne Dill llelen Donaldson Audrey Dorn Patricia Dunn MEMBERS Martlla Ewer Gwen Ferguson Ester Ford Gay Griffin Lois Grinistead lietsy Halverson Ge-Juan Hood Mziruelle Hood Sandra Horsley Judy Hudson Margaret Jennings Deanna Johnson Myrna Johnson Joan Lune Carolyn Lee Shirley Lowe Judy Mack Ann Macklinf: Sandra Mashburn Iiurhzura Masur Dianne Mauldin Annette McCoy Ruth McElmurruy Hope Middleton Sandra Mobley Virgrinia Moog Catherine Morris Robbie Mntimer GIRLS' ENSEMBLE Illlllllll II III II Ill II Ill II III Il III H III sg. 2, .y,, 1 V 4 1 I Lorraine Nimnions Deanna O'Hallorrln Genevieve Pardue Roberta Sanders Linda Selinan Beverly Simmons Angelyn Siins Glenda Story Lynn Suuinier Joan Tuten Susan VonL'nwertl1 Susan XYylds Marry Youngblood Lel'L In right: Suiidrn Alohley lieverly Simmons Ilene Hrunkliurst Fl'2llll'9S Adams Judith Muck l'illlI6'l'lll9 Morris Idu Rlzirie Xl'ilsnn .lean-Jtte Loflin Yo! pil-tnred: -1 President ,, ,, . Vive-l'residenl , Sec1'etni'y.. .. , Treasurer ,,, llzirliurzi C1ll'Il9lllt-'I' Myriin Ann .lolinsi ill Phyllis lllniike-nsliip bl Jeanette Loflin ,, ,Judith Mack Rlzircellzi Hood Ge-Juan Hood ' un,y'.,!l..P-!!!.P fz,F?':"'t . S 5:11 .li I f D-.Q 'T '-LLLAZL. -. MEMBERS llntli ,Xlmlrvil iilii'i.i:.i tmiiiif-il .ivan liawisun llarhara Xlilkllll' Varnlyn Sniilh Ilvity .Xinlvrsun lt.-rinf'-1 tm.-k Sin- ll--lni Suv All-Nnrrill Emily Slevgng Sliirlvy .kinlrews Myrna IH-wk .lankiv iifnmlrvk llnnv- Miller Mary Louise Surry liieaiun' l!ai'l1"S Mary lfilifn l'iw-nv' Mary llivrs Sllllllfll llolbln-5' Ann Stone lliriani lh,-linr Sanulra linulisli Fifflila limi-kins .Ivan I'ar:lnP llcvorly Tlllllillhillllll Ilarlvzwa llreinn- u FQ-'Ilia lfauii-Ai' ,lnnly ilnflwnn .Ioan Ray Mary Taylor llulen llruwn Itarliara ifim-.v1l'N l,:n1l.i liliuln-s Gail lla-llilvy I-lvalyn TlllfZllUlI Marian llrnwn Nanfy lflnlxx'--ix Xiaruarffi .lenninuf Lynn ilivliarilsnn Gloria Thllrlnnnd .Inyw- llurris .linly 111'----iw ihizw- .lf-lznwn Ilunnw linvlivlm-:ui Mary .lane XVellmrn Shirley Vlwelir-y J.-wr-Il liiw-min all--nwla K'-nl Anna llnfo Pal Wielmel Sybil Clark Ihlly tiriffiii Nanvy Kim: Elsie- .Xnnv Saai' Anne XN'is9 ,l,,-Mlm, rlieu llgilim Hgllm .ia4-ilii--lin-- Kniulit Jerri Saxon ,Xlivv NYr0n Yixiwn V1-llins Iwi-5 llallu-rfniu .ln .Xnna l.airrl Ana:-lyn Sims AlaryNYl1ealley OFFICERS Gail llemley 3 ' X n Q I if xnlv nl Barbara I-'lnw0l's 1. Q' Si-4-rf-iai'y liarlmra ilrvnnevke X I 1 x X ,, 33,-i 4' FUTURE NU RSE5 CLUB SPONSORED BY THE WOMENS AUXILIARY ' or THE mcnlaonp MEDICAL soc Mrs. Stevens Sin- All-Norrill. llarhara Iflnwo-rs, Mrs, Sluvvxis, . ine Flin-ll, Hail Rn-nil:-y 9 'L r r ,. Q if eww Mrs. Stevens OFFICERS Presidents, .,.,.......,.. .,,,.v,,.......,,, , , Judy Hale Vice President .....,,,, ,,,..,. ,,.,,.,. l 3 illie XVall Secretary .. ,,.,..... , , Mariellen Williams Treasurer ,v,,....,..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,....,,,, C Inrol Brooks MEMBERS Euclid Peebles Lennie Rodtord Phyllis Rawls Peggy Sutton Billie lVall Mariellen Williams Glenda Williamson Miriam Belfor Carol Brooks Judy Hale Gail Jackson Sandra King Mary Alice Malcom Glennis Minton Brenda Mitchell 00291121 In Q. i fm 4 nn Kp dl' OFFICERS I, MEMBERS President Hughes Top row: Florence llroonie Not in picture: ' A 1' Jeanne Dicks Front row: C41-11, .Innes Vice President, , ,, Barbara Jones '- H Ann Fields .lor 'Fownes Kitty Uolemnn - ,, Priscilla Crow Frankie lfliilpot Alnry Sue Hill S9Cl'0U1fl'Y A VV,----V ,----..., T ievky Little ' Pat Hughes Jeanne llayson Beth XYriaht A , . ,, 4 Suntlra Martin Laid:-lle Cuuthen .lnlie XYright Treasuler ""' " ""' Julie WHEN A Peggy Kemp Snlly lteckuin Alnrtlizi Snmnieraill ' - ' l'ettvB'1'1h llzirlmru Jones llvelvn Stone Cl. l' ..... ,,,,, S ll Il fa ' r ff ,, . - mpdm Une Og H Sibhie Hogan Yirggnnn Hendrix .Inne Henderson Pat Hughes Sue Mertins llelen Eve Put Swain llurlmnrn Slreetin Iletty .Xlexainder llevky' Little .loyce Mitchell Part Greene f and q.i.......... Drums Michael Barnes llammond llold Edward Ilirkerson Wayne Winzo Cornet Billy Barton Carl llogo George Cnrlin Alton Garrison llyinan Greeniield Joe Holley Juvk Milford Ilolvby Monte-riel' Frank Moseley Euuene Woo Ernie Cook Clarinet l-'rank llarlon llarhara llrenliel-kv Edwin lllanm-hard llnch Conlon Jimmy Mossel! Laverne Hughes Clandv llnu-Iii-nsoli Edwin Phillips lhonald Willis Toininy Carr:-ll French Horn llavid Patterson Ronnie Mowers .lov Shipes Clark Stoke-ly Fred Slnrxzls l.ax'c-Ile Fogle Saxophone Ilohorl llownian Milo Johnson Jerry Morizan I-Idwnrd Nichols John Ovcrstreel. Larry Stone Trombones llavid llnrhiduv Fred l-Zndorl' Fred Fidlor Kendal Kitchens lvivld Massey .liinniy Tliolnns Thomas Wilkinson ff f Scott Majorettes Left to right: Chloris Clie!! Roberta Criblr Joyce Barnes Marion Warren - .--...-.-1. Flutes llixie llnrvey Sue llelin Tud James Bassoon Donald Day Bass Horn Lowrie llarnmu llllly Marsh Wilton Smith Oboe ltohert Goats Piano Edward Bradberry Mr. Friedman f Wuihze JQYWQWZUA fm . ffm 212' 1 an First row: Left to right: .Xlary Prather Barbara Carpenter Miriam Price J 5 Second row: Jane Smalley Judith Mack Jackie Nicholson Jayne Dye Nancy Kirby u E l A Third row: Ruth .-lldred Jeanette Loflin Shirley Cheeley Brenda Godowns June YVhitaker Carol Manter Sue McNorrill Helen Newsome A Fouth row: Carol Bennett Evelyn Russell Betty Abernathy Jackie Fielder Anne YYalton Naida Penrre Betty Templeton Marie Anderson Nancy Poole ' OFFICERS Left to right: President June Sinulley Vive llresirlenl, Jncl-:ie Nivlmlsmi 1.- Secretnry Judith Mark Tre ll su rex' Sponsu 1- All .lnyne llyv 's, XYhilu Mrs, XX me iw f-. -fm 'fl . Ngffe. K- Q f. fdff ' "2-5'-,:fi: :fi '- iff ' . ag U 'I' w L MEMBERS llutli Altliw,-il Tilny .Xtkinf lk-:up Aikliiwrm 1-'avu liarm-s Mvirtuzi llwl-fn lb az'i'er liuiih- mm lit-au l2ai'lwai'a lb-tlinuli'-lil Lvliit Ihflxiu il:u'llaI'Li IFS! Nanvy lllam liaiwl William lllaiqk l'alI'it-in 111:41-kuvll 11111., llliiunl llbtlivi' I1-iziiurulxr .lan ltfifliwiizi l-Idclie lhltii .Xnnu llrinzltf fwllltul Ilrt-wks Xlffllliila I-Iwvlllv lnririf Ilay llrui-w Wauiia llui-1-h Sandra Imran- Billfj Aliw- lturinil lglizaln-ih I:ll5illIi Flu illlllvl' litltliff .Xlill-Jl'wIii t'ai'l .Xl'i1wlrwli: Nr,-All Illwmk llvxlvr llrtml-If 1Z.1l iiaxtvsr Ann liwuul-it I.lil lun l-twiaiw f Jan., tjiix Mary Ellen Vrnwi- ,lm lluxall Iilary lraxis liuiiiuf 4'i'1iu1.-nl Twin Vlilpeliimi' llvll lfiivvk Allan t'liI'1urd lkvtwix lvrvtld l.in4la lvuuztin ff.lllt'y lviiilziway l2.irlIar:i lrnnvan .lt an liurham .luyiw Ivy-1 .lan-f llunu .I viinny lrmwly l1.irlvar:i t'ai'wl iCn:l Saiiilra I-Inulish l,u liuth iirmii lil'-mia I-Isl-it-u' flIiiii'i1--- lixans lluillf-5' iivans l..uula lupi-s li- unj- ifxanx !1z'.:l:-wlixziliw Q, . . 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Seated: , Mary Griffin I llelen Kelley K 5 Laure llailie Mr. liuhauks lar'-'lf' Klillllvl' lmuuy l'iuiuu llruuda Swann I-lilly Muutly Sautlra Mashliuru t'-vri'ill-f Murray t.-Jurgla fillll'k"l'l lnlll!"l' Marks bximlra Martin lr..Xum- ,liaul llilry iliu at-llv Alaxiwll Mt Imnald .lun .A Kit'l'.llIllll'l'll'v' llulhiie .lim I.lmuii.i5 Marv Hill-ii Mvtl i lil-ity Lynn MrKt,-nzii,- ltuzu Mi'Mill:iu Mary MvNulty Iltlpf' Milli-r ltr- mia Mitt-ln-II lumill Mm-in-ll i'Cll Nlilirlvj' Marif- Mimimuiii--iw iflillii Morgan huh- rm-- Mfvrria Xlil1l!'v'1l Hur'l"l- Samlra Munn ll- uri' Math'-nt liiiii--it Mull-: lfmlfy M:-rry Mill--r l"iul'-'. .l.i4 kin' Nivlm IV han Qllfaili Ni-wli.u lyiain- Xivliulwmi 4 .rin N'-uhaua ll.ir'.' .lun Ulipliaiit IH -1--' v- l'iil"ntt lI-'n-'iif'x-- i':nrrlu1 l..iill.ii.i .lu l'aul ' lui l'arrii'ia I itll I'- uuy l'ayu.- Ilai'rii.t i'--tlx I lirl'1llllK' Puwn-ll fslary' Vratlwi Xrlv-:iv Vrirv l.f.uif-- I'uml ll tl l'v-fl Martha l'ratt llnlaml l'uu'z-ll Martha lizivliels .luam-llt- llailey llrt-nda Ray ltarlwara livatl xllll'lllll'Ul licid Faye llit-liartlsun Martha Rim:suu Lihhy liuysler .lauws iiudllers .lim llaum Waym- ltit-harris tivurge liinker Johnny Reynolds Ti-tliiy Hush Luis S1-ales Tim Shivlds Fharlis Saltt-r .ltigfgv Sanders Juan Sandvrson l'at Si-hlvr Vivo Svull Shannon St-utt Patriria Sliarkelfnrd I-'ralirt-s Sikos lh-vs-rly SllllllltbllS llrummnml Speiivt- Jimmy Smith limily Stove-iis .Iimmy Smallvy .If-hu Smith Vintly Siuvlair .laiw Smallvy lluntrfr Simmak .lf-aiwtlo Stix Wallix Lev Stevens iivwt-HP Still Sara Stini-lu-muh .lun Simu- Mary lmiiirw SIUFX I-Ivvlyn Slripliug Lynn Sumuwrville l,idiv- Swan Charles Taut .IDU Taylor llche Tuhh Mau Tanner Judy Tuul Helly Taylor livalyu Tlligpen Gloria 'Fliurmontl .Iuy Tuwnes Ann 'l'i'nwhridgt- lfraiices Turner Judith l'anZant Maryann Volpitto Susan X'onL'nwerth Maxwell Yollolou Margaret Wall Pat Waller Sara Ward Ami Warren Rosalyn Waters Faye Weathers Patrii-ia Weatlwrs Ramona Westbrook Margie Westbury Juuu Whitaker llarlwaru Whitehead Pat XYiehel .lucly Wiggins Helly .lu Williams Linda Williams liinnry Williamson tlleuda Williams Colden Willingham Miriam Wilson Anne XVis9 lluvhelle XYo0dward Alive Wren Dianne Wren Carnlyu Wright Yaurlerlyu Wright .lanv XV0ltc'h Larry Willige . h .I h. 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Quan ,Sf CUTEST COUPLE llffu xv.-x11l,1..xx SllIIll,I4.Y VHI I I IN WM iH5.iiE1s,wezfe made for honest labor." wffwduclzkm la -Isaac Watts, The Thief , 4 . ,.:-1- -fern-:.u.3,.. me-a.ug,-xp., S 'Wi mmm XJ, YM G'-,lass of I5 7 OUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Georgia Iron Works 605 - 12th Street Phone 4-1427 Launder-House, Inc. SOUTH'S FINEST AND FASTEST Laundry and Dry Cleaning Plants LILY - TULIP CUP CORPORATION Manufacturers of PAPER DRINKING CUPS - and - FOOD CONTAINERS 1550 Wrightsboro Road Phone 3-2214 Augusta, Georgia compuments of GREENES' INC. Home of CREAM TEX MILK PRODUCTS 'Your local dairy for over 50 years' ROBERT WILKINSON PHOTOGRAPHER COMMERCIAL PORTRAITS WEDDINGS 871 Broad street Dial 2-3070 ol-mo' 0 vw oflcil? Murphy 8 Robinson PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS Member Opticians Guild 1451 Harper St. Dial 4-2729 Lobby S. F. Bldg, Dial 2-56-11 Murphy Stationery Co. Social and Commercial STATIONERY 718 Broad Street Dial 2-2122 Compliments of Nlarks Surgical Supplies, Inc. 1429 Harper Street Augusta, Georgia Compliments of Nleyer's Prescription Shop "Prescriptions Filled Promptly Accurately At Reasonable Prices" Lolihy Southern Finance Building Motor Oils Greases Fuel Oils Chemicals SANITARY SUPPLIES Your Trade Solicited and W. E. Raines Co., Inc. iariimisu sibr-:r1.u,1z.A.'1'1oN Asn srprriizs METAL Pnonrcrs Appreciated - - Phone 2-5553 1-1 Seventh St Phoenix Oil Companx' ' Augusta. Georgia 625 Fifth Street Augusta, Ca Compliments of Richmond Hotel Barber Shop RICHMOND HOTEL ROSEXTHAIXS SHOES "GUARANTEED FOR QUALITY" Dress Shoes School Shoes Keds Boots Capezio Ballots 968 Broad St. Dial 2-4212 9 1 X CANNED MEATS ELLIOTT SONS RELISHES lllld SAUCES Qi? I -ji Compliments Q' "f I--' r ig' 1. TW 5 - of ' Simi I Complimenfs I F' tl gl ' It I J of -' 1 , 141 , i JENNINGS st N ,, I ,V Q3 ,.. . I I I A-Q, John F. Hardin Drug Store 1: .fi il, TW T' I 4 ze Lx ggsifw . 3 S 2 1 3 x-, - 1 I L 572 , ful' r fry wi.-:J A 4 Viaft L' - -.' ' I ia ' L -'4VA 2111.14-1?-I2:'-Q"1 gf, p A , it BEST WISHES ' -, 1 Augusta Sporting X Q11 H A IT G 4' L ., ,f KILDUFFS . It if Goods, Inc- ar . H J? ' 5'-5 K I? - Exclusive Distributors Variety Sf0fCS . - h lfjgg1'j.gOgGQ1dSnIi? . , i n V ,,,,, C M K .it 1, 6 e IC quipmen 'The Llttle S'C01'9S Wlth V . VG!-Q gf' 1. "., Golf, Tennis, Basketball The Large Variety" .l5.3?f'lisSl'f" fl, - ,,,. W , +9 V . I 1 if ' and Football SUDDUGS I I' 1 I" U 1 . 'l 210-2112 I2igI1II1 SU'99l 7 Convenient Locations 21- -ivy .I w 'lv s Q f . 1 ' 4 ' 11110119 2-15007 Compliments BOWEN BROS. THE STORE WHERE THE ENTIRE FAMILY LIKES TO SHOP 905 Broad Street - Since 1889 - "Buy Best-Build Betteru Augusta Lumber Co. BUILDING MATERIALS LUIIIIIQR IIILL Ivomq 903 Eighth Street Augusta, Georgia Maxwell Brothers Furniture Fmoimiei-is - PH1Leo RADIOS DRAPI-:R11-:s Experienced Interior Decorating Servi Phone 2-6626 Compliments of Morgan Truck X Tractor Ce Company 6-10 Twiggs Street 933 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. Phone .1 NVQ -Deliver lf. lk flurki. Prniil .X 'XL lloyer, .lri Xglf.-l'I'9S. . 'll' QS CZIUIIU' ZUIL I ll' Monte Sano H'1rdw'1re 4 - - '7 1 ' ' Conditioninv PAINT - HARDWARE SPORTING GOODS 1-128 Monte Sano Avenue C. Blanchard Augusta, Georgia s-1 5th Street Ext.-Phone 2-36-15 or 2-1940 Westinghouse Air Conditioning Systems xx'1l.l.l.xxis oil..o.n.x'l'l4' l'lQl'll'Xll'fN'l' Ann-riean Radiator Fo.-Heating Equip. Emrinerrimr Vontractors iHl,,rl.XS,Ult1'i1.XI. lIl'IA'l' .xll: 1'ONIlI'I'ONlNH Cmnzplinients of S. H. Kress XCo. Known for SCHOLASTIC lrrin Realty Co. T22 Greene Street Ill :Isl ,is fm.,-,.X, ,X W, ,. I ,. X sums MANAGEMENT Selieol Supplies RENTALS Augusta Radio Co. RADIOS TELEVISION PHONOGRAPH Reeofzos "Augusta's Largest Record Department" 855 Broad Street Dial 2-4638 Nlacuch Steel Products, Inc. Engineers, Designers and Craftsmen 1530 Augusta Avenue Phone -1-7717 Augusta, Ga. Fabricators of STHUVTUR.-XL, ORNAMENTAL and MISCELLANEOUS STEEL Roberts Motor Company Compliments of T9 15th at Broad Dial 4-1424 S Augusta, Georgia Augusta's Only Home Owned Department Store DQSOTO PLYMUUTH LARGEST BOYS' AND STUDENTS' Factory Authorized DEPARTMENT IN AUGUSTA - Broad Stfeet THE FOUNDATION St21I'k-Efllplfe REFRIGERATION True inspiration comes to me LaL1ndrXf AIR CQNDITIONING Wheue'er I see a red brick wall. ' I 't, symb 1 f for- , I see LI I AUTOMATIC HEATING lliiairsadeeds Ciioiih greft and Small. CENEQEAZZTQITONE Phone 2-3556 1431 Greene Street Augusta, Ga. YORK PRODUCTS Sturkie Furniture Company 2117 Milledgeville Road Phone 2-2162 Open 'til 9 every evening On a firm foundation of brick and clay The workmen must place each part. Our lives we must build from day to day, With strength of hand and heart. Thomas Sosby A BIT ABOUT A BEE The buinblebee. so big and fat. He hardly knows just where he's at, For when he tries to see his rear, His wings, they always interfere. His sound, I think. is rather buzzy, His body is a little fuzzy, His legs are short and rather bent. Short also is his temperament. David Patterson Cash and Carry Service DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-3611 HEA5MAN EMSTREET Augusta, Georgia Three Percent Interest Paid on all Savings and Time Certificates Deposits Insured up to 310,000 INTEREST COM POUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY Realty Savings Bank "Augusta's Only Strictly Savings Bank Member F. D. I. C, 827 Broad St. Augusta, Georgia Compliments of Skinner Auto Supply Company Augusta, Georgia Compliments of TGWN TAYERN msurutnrs . rnwru P0 ' IAN ho o f naorstnon Q' HIHIII NA-LA 12-1 Eighth Street Phones: 2-5377 or 4-9709 If it is Good Insurance, We Sell It! Compliments THE CHAMPS O I F of Iiim'liliioitd's gonna win the state The rheervrs' words iirorlaiitn i' I ' lint if the boys tlon't intake some points IXL Fllllller, FLIlQher, Northside will win this irzinie. 960 Broad Street Q H, CTI 'Twtis the tenth Ill' Nutt-tnht-r in x tity-1-iulil t1L'CLfQ'FA'S LARGEST L LIPS Anil liivhiiioncl ill-tr-rinini-tl In win A ' 7 lint still tht-y lIIlIII'l hurt- qiiitii v-tiougli points -ind K ATTORNEYS-AT-L.-XXV And thi- giitnt- wus :iliotit lu ond LEADING SPECIALTY Blurion Bldg. ltiiltnltttlttiis :intl tit-t-ilitiii :iiiil Siinilli-y :intl SHOP 4Tht-ir' mth:-rs wt-rv tnvn ut' ure-'it fzinio-i XM-rv out thwri-, :intl they wi-rv :ill lighting liairtl so llivliiiiotiil twiultl iiin ttiniulils it ni Igrut-hers The-n limits ainit- iliroituli with ii Liu-:it for- Furniture Rroztcl :tt llth Street "THE STORE OF FRIENDLY SERVICE" Phone 2-5309 it ztrtl ihtss 'I'h:it put Atkins tin-r tht' line-. Coniplinteiits of The Inn- wi-rf' gill t-Iii-4-i-tn: tht ltiutlrztll tt-:ini llll Nun it rv no ltitiui-r lu-httttl RICHARDS Ili. if.-if-rt .1 siiitiitl--il thi- --nil ut' the uzinie. I'hv- tvllsis haul rt-nllx' thine- pri-:it BLICK, INC. .Intl lfrzink lntiiain. Jr, haitl llll--tl his ll:iil':4 shut-Q Itivinu Hit-liiiioiitl ha-r lhirtis-th st'it ,V l':ttrl 'tat Sh 1350 Broad Street A1l'k"ll'tiI'lI J tfoniplintvttts of WOFFICE SUPPLY - TOM STUART - Hull, Willinghztm, Towill , 1 975-987 Broad Street R xflfmim Phone 4-3512 Champion Coal 8: Fuel Oil Company 1335 VValker Street Compliments of Bailie's Parking Lot 736 Reynolds Street Augusta, Georgia Diamonds Watches Silverware Belmont Restaurant 24-Hour Service BECKUM 81 JONES STUDENTS, JEWELERS RENDEZVOUS PLACE , Phones 2-9398 and 2-6796 Augusta, Georgia 716 Broad Street 857 Broad St. Dial 2-6707 Augusta, Ga. REAL ESTATE SALES LOANS INSURANCE Property Management Blanchard 81 Calhoun REALTY COMPANY Compliments of Audio-Visual Center 216-12th Street Augusta, Ga R. G. Smith, Jr., Mgr. Everything for PDOIIG Augusta, GB.. M 0 . N95 01, - Augusta Mill Supply Co. ,i g I For Twenty-two Years "Your Oldsmobile Dealer" EASTERN MOTOR CO. 1333 Ilroud Sl. Aupzustn, Gu. l'hones: Il-1337 :und 4-5-lull INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES BELTING - PIPE - STEEL TOOLS -- VALVES Phones 2-4657 or 2-4658 636 Eleventh Street ALlg'LlSt2l, Georgia Compliments of DIAL z.ssss Empire Furniture Co. . . . '-COMPLETE: HOUSEHOLD DIXIE Cab Service FURNISHINGS" 553 Ellis sn-eer 1203 Broad Street Dial 2-5435 Augusta, Georgia Compliments ' - 1 Cmupliinents of Howard Lumber of 1 - . - Com rim' Garden City L' - . "ONE BOARD OR A Engmylng TRAINLO.-XD" C0 J. W. l":irsnn W. H. llzulger . 1900 Milledgeville Road Augusta. Georgia Phone 2-0451 Augusta, Ga. H I THE HUNTER Vus ' ' :mlm :n a llv fair'-. V i Waiiuzizriviiiilof llllsllvllii cl:-nr. Till hi- nu-I ll Xuuiu: Ihinx: with frills ul' luvvl TRANSFER 8l . ' Now hr-'5 uvprtlnwlllll with vheer. COMPANY FUI'I1lfLlI'C My mmm. lm nm 'Wu in Wky uh ,mv LocAL Awnwgelrrqcis DISTANCE 914 Telfair Street For uziry al :irl hun- I ffvunsl. Operating in 28 States Hut the tinw-'ll rmm- when l'll linrl hliss Phone 2-9995 Augusta, Georgia And ll wun'L lug with smiling nlml hnuurl. Hill Force A VOMPLETE MOVING SERVICE 1268 Druid Park Ave. Phone 3-2211 PHONE 4-3243 Meet Your Friends H-fri-I Wuddey Office Supply Inc. YA-XRSITY DRIVE IX COAIPLETE OFFICE Gwinnett and Druid Park Avenue QI-'TFITTERS Phone 4-3915 Augusta, Ga. 22-1 Eighth Street Augusta, Ga. BEST IN MUSIC BEST IN FOOD Towner-Kirkland Transfer Company Agent for HOWARD VAN LINES 901 Reynolds St. Phone 2-6795 Emory Towner "YOU CALL - WE HAUL" -AM REM 1050 On Your Dial House Moving - Transfer Distribution Storage Facilities Pool Car Service THE SVVEET MUSIC STATION . AND THERE WAS A Where guslftybifcuracyf LIGHT IN THE wmoow all 311' OIC . , y 1 woke up tired and weary. The first thing Prevall I noticed was a light in the window. An auto- - mobile was pulling up to the cabin. XVas it Txvlggs the cops or my girl. Janie Lou? I loaded my revolver and slipped out of bed. The car had ' ' eased to a halt and I heard two doors slam. It was the cops! Somebody had squealed. O ' I hid behind the door as they came up on p the porch. When they busted through the door I emptied my revolver into thenr That forty- To EYE PHYSICIANS five leaves some terrible holes! The only thing Phone 2-5077 left to do was blow the place. AUGUSTA GEORGIA The super-highway was just four miles from the cabin and I made it in less than five min- utes. The cop car would surely be recognized so I pulled into the No. 1 Drive ln and bor- rowed a 57 Chevy. When I got to Broad Street it was already after midnight. I parked be- hind Kim Lea's Laundry and sprinted to the Richland Hotel. v . BEST WISHES COMPLIMEINT5 Janie Lou's room was on the third floor and OF the moment I rang the bell the door opened. There stood Black Mike and tive of his boys. Janie Lou's body lay on the rug riddled with bullets. The paper says that Black Mike and his friends were caught leaving the hotel after they bumped me off. They all have new homes i in the Federal Pen in Atlanta. 1 It's getting sorta hot down here where I ani, so guess I'll get back to work. Those asbestos newspapers don't come but twice a NBC AFFILIATE month anyway. Bill Force Compliments ' Augusta Hardware Co. 22255 Milledgeville Road Phone 6-3375 "A COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY HARDWARE AT A REASONABLE 913 BROAD ST. PRICE" Augusta Garage PROMPT SERVICE . . . CALL 2-6885" 628 - 13th Street Augusta, Georgia Compliments of Southern Lubricating Co Distributors of CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS Gordon Highway Augusta-Houston Ice X Fuel Co. Thirteenth at D'Antig:nae Street Phone 2-7337 Ainrnsta, Georgia Compliments of Southern Welding AND Machine Co. 1789 - 15th Slreei -4.u'ot'sTA-S nosr nonniziv M -XCHINE SHOP" Ralph Fende-r's Garage 2207 Milletlgerille Road Otliee Phone: Il-C5821 Service llepartment: 6-5173! Augusta, Georgia College Pharmacy IHUI lValton IVay Dial .3-.1681 Augusta, Georgia Vompliments of B 81 B I.umher X Supply Company LCMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS Yard and OlTir:e-1245 lJ'.-Xntiirnac St Corner 13th Phone 2-6639 -ciiamizizizn ursms Axvwinznn c' A L L Yalley Coaches, Inc. Phone 4-3543 1-139 Greene Street Augusta, Ga. Congratulations And Best Wishes FROM YOUR FRIENDS AT THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Of Augusta Main Oifi Walton WVa 'A' THE CITIZENS Sc SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK 'Ir THE GEORGIA RAILROAD BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Main Office Gwinnett St. Office Upt B h C pG d F Ity D lVIIg COMPI.l1lEN'l'S OF Best XVishes to the KiITgS XVZIY PIIZIFHIZICY 2107 KINGS WAY Phone 3-4456 CLASS or '57 EE , , Home Sfmo PIVIFIIIZICY GLX C. SMITH 1 ' 1426 MONTE SANO AVE. Phone 6-2553 1 ' ' 1 ' . COI1StI'LlLl'lOI1 C0mp.u,y Thompsons Pharmacy 2860 DEANS BRIDGE RD. Phone 3-4414 Compliments 3 of Qgijiffgfgffgge, Xiclmlson, Fleming And 719 1:r..r.d S11-M-1 Bllftfm phum. 4-7733 A'r'1'oRNEYS-AT-1,AW CLARENCE NIOBLICY CONTRACTING CC DNIPAXY ILEXIQRAI, V! JNTHAl"l'1 IRS "IAlXX'ES'l' VRIVIQS - M.-XIN'l'ICN.-XNVIC C'UNSIIJI'IRl'IlJ" Swann Transfer And U N Storage Co. fx norm: . s'roR1Nr: - mc'K1Ncf: ' f'RA'l'lNG X Hrum- MAYFLOWER Aww' 730 Broad Stmt 71-5 - mn sr. Phom- .marzo Phone -1-2145 Au5:ustz1,G:1. of Compliments Fruitland Nurseries "THE GARDEN CENTERU C. D. WIDENER i MARINE SALES NIYS. .IZICIQ Levy's H L OF BALLET 1501 Hicks Street SC OO Partridge Inn Phone 43021 Phone 6-9061 Augusta, Ga. CLASSES FOR ALL AGES Pontiac Master Auto Service , QNTI4 S Q 0 ORRI 1, ,,, B Ro s.-nc. 5 5' feeaf fsrare 60,9llE8D SYS' 1027 Telfair Street Phone 2-8841 ,il-l A -il... THE Q ' Electrical BON AIR V' f . A Equipment HOTEL W mi Company 14-11 Greene St. x 5 Q -- N r Q-J -- TOMORROW M Mu mimi eemm ,So LEBDDY ELSEQ "ALL YOUR CLOTHES SHOULD HARBIN'S GO TO SNOW'S . . . and Shoes, Too" X FLOWERS AND GIFTS QT . v v Mettnli at XX .ilton XX .15 Augusta, Gu. LAUNDRY CLEANING "THE FAT NlAN'S GOT 'ENV' Corner of Gwinnett St. and Druicl Park Avenue I,ASETER'S MEDICAL ARTS Pl12lI'I'l121CY Meflical Arts Bldg. Augusta. Ga. I il' ifllllw gi 1' l 65" ., J , -a Complimontx ot BRIGHANYS Super Nlurkets 2114 Broad Street Sth and Ellis Streets 2500 Milledgeville Road Vonipliments of TRA Il ,WAYS GRILI, 638 Greene Street Phone -1-1793 I-land and Orchestra Ilistrunwnts Expert Instrt mient Repairing Schneidefs Nlusic Center --EWRYTHING x1L's1c'AL" lY'OTTll'DlE'l1f Line of Sheet Music and Teaching Blziterizil 312 - Sth Street Phone -1-8947 Augusta, Gu. Coniplinielits Bows' Catholic High School Walker Motor Company Fair Appliance Co. J F U H D SALES sl SERVICE 31 E ' KELVINATOR SALES at SERVICE Broad at 14th st. Augusta, Ga. 519 - 13th Street Compliments of Hardy's Cleaners FOR PICK-UP AND DELIVERY Dial 3-4545 1803 Walton Way Augusta, Ga. Tompkins Music Co. VISIT TOMPKINS' "RECORD BAR 318 - 8th Street Phone 2-7339 Augusta, Ga. COMPLIMENTS OF SOUTHERN ROADBUIIJDERS, INC. General Contractors P. O. Box 1129 Telephone 6-8433 or 6-8434 REDIMIX PLANT - TELEPHONE 2-8534 W. F. Bentley 85 Son FINE FURNITURE 901 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. Compliments of A Friend y Compliments 8 of The Finest in The S S S CAFETERIA 11:00 A. M. to 2:30 P. M. MENS CLOTHING 4:45 P, M. to 8:00 P. M. S21 B1'oadSt. Phone 4-1920 752 Broad Street BEST XVISHES PENNEY' 5iL1NA'YSi,.F,lRST cum-nv! . . Compliments Cfmmplnnuents of of F ' ffl-State Augusta, Inc. LOXIBARD BRIXSOX 1NTE1:xAT1oxAL CONSTRUCTION , EQL'1m112NT T56 Broad St. Telephwnu 12-7964 Olive Rumi Augusta, Ga Hendee Insurance Agency Compliments Representing of THE TRAYELERS INSURANCE Lhited States Guaranty c'oMP,:.N1Es Life Insurance Co. 200 Fuller Bldg. Phone 4-1457 Home Office: Augusta' Ga' Compliments of PARKER'S Maxwell House Pharmacy Phones 2-4695 and 2-4696 1002 Greene Street Augusta, Ga. AUGUSTA FIRST IN TELEV1s1oN STAR Compliments one TO ALGEBRA In Algebra class the teacher raves ' of He's making students into slaves. The subject is so very deep My mind begins to slowly creep Ag'6I1tS For 7 I And eyes stare into empty space Amelia Earhart XR I-en For in the mayhem and confusion, Mendel - Skyway Vve drawn myself a rare conclusion: Lad B I , Tis useless in the first place. a tunore CO Jim Gordon Samsonite - Hartman ' American Tourister 726 Broad St. Phone 2-8167 Palmer College HURST BUSINESS COLLEGE DIVISION give her. . . For all big moments Jlfkfifwfx 430 Eighth Street co-EDUCATIONAL APPROVED K2 Augusta, Ga. Lixusmi CANDIES fx-I H6-Y Yi, 13'-id ln' X 59 .X Compliments of I X H. Shmerling Jewelers 2 'giggles "THE sToRE FOR BRIDESH MV S'Qjg'BfBF0X 910 Broad Street Phone 2-5551 Augusta, Ga. Plus 21 Complete Line For Those Who Love Fine Things H. Compliments of L. GREEN, INC. 'W www' Congratulations From E FEEl2M9HT frmnudmllllnusc , . IDU LIL IIT I I .1 T v , ' Sc - 555.00 VUIINER BRO.-XID ANI? NINTH STREETS Luke View Pharmacy --omzx 24 HOURS A DAY' Phone 3--1495 18011 Iinvfucl St. Augusta, Ga. IN AUGUSTA IT'l avison's D D D OF DIXIE f-X X X A an P SUPER HI MARKET X-2 1713 Walton S E Xvily 2-S Tx X 067 N 581131, Xvyxh -A 'Q X, M E SE Inc oiin A1 AMIC L C KC In CO. COM PLIM ENTS OF A FRIEND Palmeris Cleaners "YOUR SANITONE CLEANER" Dial 4-5419-2019 Savannah Road Branches: 701 - 7th Street 2610 Peach Orchard Road 1427 Monte Sano Ave. Compliments AVIS-RENT-A-CAR .IERNICAN HARDWARE COMPANY WHOLESALE HARDWARE - HOUSEWARES PAINT FISHING TACKLE 918-24 Walker Street Augusta, Ga. ODE TO A HONEY BEE 1 l Zzzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz S COITl1'Jl1II16I1tS Zzzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz Zzzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz Zzzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz V' - of Sery ice Station Zzzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz Zzzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz Zzzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz SHELL PRODUCTS Zzzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz zzz Kings Way Beauty Shoppe The Buckeye Cotton Oil Company Manufacturers of Cottonseed 8: Soybean Products Iambic telrnineter Tarns Curlin A POINT OF VIEW The paths run round and round the hills, They never stop to see the view. But if they, too, had eyes to see. Tl1ey'cl see niuch more than l and yuu. They'cl drink in all the beauty that God's made for us, for you, for me: They'd not he proud that they are there, But thankful thut's where they can he. Helen Kelle THE STORM Outside it's ruining cats and dogs ' ' ide it's nice and warm. With our glowing crackling: logs. I think we'll weather the storm. I-Ill llls The wind is getting much stronger The shutters heizin to creak lint we can stay nwnke no longer So it's oft for at restless sleep. Jim XYeit:le 2638 Milledgeville Rd. Phone 3-9281 ,. Edward B. Turne Music House 1712 IValton 'Way SHEET MUSIC REPAIRS "Home of Fine Pianos" 1' C. K. Sez: REGARDLESS OF AGE STUDENT OR GRADUATE. YOUNG OR OLD. BIG OR SMALL. There's A Johnson Niotor TO sur You ALL Henry M. North Agency Henry M. North, Jr., Manager 106 Eighth QJacksonJ Street Augusta, Ga. FOR BEST RESULTS- CALL HULSE! HL'l,SE LAUNDRY Augustzfs Most Modern l.aunxlry and Dry Cleaning Plant Dial 3--1451 Compliments of H 'I Cl Q ' flI'I'lS, IHIILC L Co. EdoblixhsdQYcr HAM Cenfvfi NlcCracken Compliments of Keel's Service Station Baker Ave. and XValton Way Nleriam Ezelle INTERIORS AND DISTINCTIYE GIFTS PICTURE FRAMING 2068 Walton Way Phone 3-9828 Augusta, Ga. Johnson, Lane, Space Compliments of 81 CO. Edmunds Drug Co. 510 Broad St.-Phone 2-6855 Government "Your Drug' Store To Down Town Muincipal Augusta" Industrial Stocks Bonds Investment Trust 721 Herald Bldg. Phone 2-7741 Compliments Augusta of Savannah . Gibbs Auto ll recklng Atlanta Compliments Georgia Hatters 8 Of Cleaners Vogue Cleaners 1356 YVa1ton WVay Phone 2-1728 SHIRT LAUNDRY B. A. Gavalas, Proprietor Dal 2--1094 316 Eighth Street . nv-0.4. uf. ........ -..V . UDIUERIITH' 11 M6225 ii elif.. 169 "Wur- X' i uuwvi 327131. .ig .Q,L'?iIL',i'. Compliments of elkS Augusta, Georgia "' 1 lj 1 Q,- 'Y U ' r' we FM J ,... Q 5 5 A. Q' L -f f. ' V ' if a. ' 2 Q -25' S. VY' I A ra- ui 4' 5 , lima., COMPLIMENTS OF DANIELS LINCOLN-MERCURY Compliments of COMPLIMENTS , OF Southern Flnance Corporation A Friend REALTORS Loans - Real Estate Rents - Insurance In the days when King Tut and his harem were learning the shag, and laying the pattern for the Casanovas to come, some serious minded intellectual of the ancients decided to place on record the virtues of building with clay. Even then, during the dawn of history, the durabili- ty of brick as manufactured by the industrious Israelites was well known. In proof of this, we oifer the inscription found on a tablet at Das- hur, which is located a little south of Cairo, Egypt. This tablet is on one of the great pyramids of that region. It bears the following inscrip- tion: "Disparage me not by comparing me with pyramids built of stone. I am as much superior to them as Ammon is superior to the rest of the deities. I am constructed of brick made from mud, which adhered to the ends of poles, and was drawn up from the bottom of the lake." We admit that all of the above produces a fond glint in our eyes. MERRY BROTHERS BRICK Sv TILE CO. The South's Largest Manufacturer of Structural Clay Products Established in 1899 Augusta, Georgia : '- ff ' -. MW Z. 5 4 , L .,.. ,.l.....L ..... I l - - llx rtbthg Y un x FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASS'N 127 Seventh St. Augusta. Ga. Compliments of Brown Transport Co. 802 - 'ith Street Phone ZZ-3575 "FROM JALOPY TO JAGUAR" Boardman Petroleum Inc. llnrzlon lliuliwaiy :il A Alill:-eluovillu i liuzirl hillips ' ' ' 'blfutilcfil W- , c 'L ' ' . . j L V 6 Colomal L ., V or gvinread X V Richmond Supply Co. INIJKSTRI.-Xl, SL'l'Pl.lES BIILI, SL'l'l'LIES TOOLS MAVIIINICRY 652 Seve-nth Street Augusta. Gu. Telephone 4-7792 GOD'S WORK l luxe In wnlvli thi- win rise on-r lhv- or in v - , C0n1p1imQ11Ig .Xnd ff-v-l its wgirnilh on lhe sand Cunlpllnlellth Kumi xxhn-h l stand. of .Xnd wziuli the expanding warns. of .XF they fplnah upon the sand: Anil when the sun sets. Like gi hull of tlre in the XYS-st, , , I know that this is only Il portion E- J- Ui 1io1l's wmirlrmls work in motion. Y Glenda Eskew ' L 'D K A Q f 'P W 1 W ' U lr was Ihr- night hr-fore the him test, 1-14- '3 ton 35 - f A l sal up :ill nigh! slurlyinu nt my desk. l rzime to svhoul without ai l1l0lll9lll'S rust. Phone 4-3506 Then valine the news, "Xu English lest." lhihhy Atkinson X xmf K X g f k ' S T 4!! f XX Bar en is anclcen Dairy ICE CREAM MILK AUGUSTA, GEORGIA Augusta Loan 81 Finance Co. 525.00 to S2500 ON AUTOMOBILE OR FURNITURE t'Serving The South Since 1875" Rhodes Furniture, Inc. NATIONAL BRAND FURNITURE Johnson - Carper Kroehler "Phone For Your Loan" Simmons 577 Broad Street PHILCO APPLIANCES Phone 2-3515 1051 Broad St. Phone 4-9681 Compliments - of Bennett's Auto Center. Inc Pond's Service Station 2064 Broad Street Phone 3-9157 2 BROAD STREET Phone 4-7779 PEARCE-YOUNG-ANGEL COMPANY XVHOLESALE FOOD FRESH - CANNED - DRIED - FROZEN "SERVICE 'WHOLESALERS' Compliments of Augusta Federal Savings 8 Loan Association 767 Broad St. Phone 2-5063 Compliments of Jennings Auto Supply Co. 1223 Reynolds St. Phone 2-6828 Compliments of Claussen- Lawrence Construction Co Compliments of Nlonte Sano luffliuilirl ffi Beauty Shop 1426 Monte Sano Ave. Phone 3-7549 iMn Suffllco. H 1494 Wrightsboro Road One ot' Aup:usta's Oldest Exclusive Specialty Shops Where Smart People Meet Smart Fashions Exclusive Agents for EISENBERG ORIGINALS Augusta, Georgia Frank Goldberg Co. Phone 4-5466 724 Broad Street Phone 2-6491 Carter Electric Co., Inc. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Specializing in Industrial, Municipal and Commercial Phone 4-8201 1503 Hicks Street Compliments of HARISON-GLILLEY CHEVROLET, INC. "AL'GIfSTA'S ONLY AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET DEALER" Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. PLATE GLASS WALL 8: DOOR MIRRORS FURNITURE TOPS 1371 Broad Street Phone 2-7395 Compliments of Nlarbut Nlilling Co., Ltd. Office: 1515 Broad Street Phone 4-4352 COM PLIMENTS I-IAGLER TRUCK CO. COU1Dliments Holloway Tire and of Recapping Co. Y Phone 2-+1875 OY'CfStfCCt 1260 Reynolds St. Augusta, Ga. . Distributor and APPl1?lUC6 CO- Pennsylvania - Seiberling - Goodrich - 8th su-eel TIRES Complete Factory Method R6CZlDDllU:, Phone -1-2293 Service COHPLIBIENTS 'A- THE RED AND YELLOW WRAPPER as vouR GUARANTEE OF BREAD OF THE DIAL 2-0035 HIGHEST QUALITY E 12. ls. SATCHER, JR. ix I-leur Wheel Alignment , fu, 'U 'UP 'AI' Frunie Straightening - lVl1UL'lB2ll2lIlL 5, V -S - M General Repair XVork fNQ lj-'j,51f7 l Tire Skimming ' 1215-17-19 Reynolds sn-em " 'A Augusta, Ga. The South's Finest Bread Since 1841 ' ' ' A ' ' ' ,,, 'jc Serve And XYHOLESALE I :ji Enjoy 1021 Telfair St. gm 'm""""' l PET DAIRY 'xg' Augusta, Ga. Mak plz PRODUCTS n:g'Qg'3 Telephone 4-8211 -LL35. l l"""n COMPLIMENTS OF John F. Hardin, Attorney Hull, Willingham, Towill 8: Norman Fulcher, Fulcher 8: Hagler Congdon and Leonard Harris, Chance and MacCracken Lansing B. Lee, Attorney Cumming, Nixon Sz Eve Cohen, Cohen 8: Slaton Frank H. Pierce, Attorney Schuyler Clark, Attorney Nicholson, Fleming 8: Barton MEMBERS AUGUSTA BAR ASSOCIATION AND THERE WAS A LIGHT IN THE WINDOW At four-thirty A. ll. a light came on in George Whitton's bedroom window. George had been awake for a IOIlfl time, but when four-thirty came he could stand the excite- ment no longer- George had Ueell Waiting Bild planning tor this day a long time. In one more hour Ben Royal. Jack Ware, and Lloyd Farr would come by for him and they would be off to Daytona to watch Speed Week. Soon the light in Georges motl1er's TOOIII came on. anti George knew that breakfast would soon he ready. He went out on the front porch to get the paper. He brought it in and turned to the sports page to look for some- thing about the llaytona Rat-es. Ile could find nothing, and after he read all the basketball news. checked up on Beetle Hailey and Dick Tracy. he laid the paper down and went into the kitchen to eat breakfast, After breakfast Geori:e's mother lit in with one of her let-tures. He knew she was going to. She did every time he went somewhere out of town. She told him to be careful. drive slowly. and call home when he fzol to Ilaytona, George had heard that rountless times before and agreed almost automatically, Ile wondered if Ben's mother gave him all that trouble. George not his suitcase and sat it by the front door. About tivetwenty-live Mr. Whit- ton got up and 1-ame tn see tieorize. He started into the same lei-ture that Airs. Whitton had just concluded hut IIf:'0I'lZk' stopped him by tell- ing him he had iust heard all that, Mrs. Whit- ton then asked George had he oat-ked his tooth brush. raint-oat. and numerous other things. all oi' whit-h he had, When she supzttest- ed that George take his ront, George went into a long discussion about how silly he would look in Florida with a jacket on. Finally his friends arrived. Ile kissed his mother and ran out to the rar. lt took Gt-ori:e tive minutes to uet his suitt-asv in the trunk of Ben's var XVhen they were finally ready to leave. Lloyd Farr disvovered that he had left his watrh at home. tieoruo- at'i'onipaiiIt-tl Lloyd bark iusidt- lo vall his moth:-r about it. Just as Lloyd put tip the phone. he found thc- watt-Ii in his povkf-t where he had put it when he washed his hands. On the way out. George kissed his mother goorlhye. auain. Wht-n they wi-re finally going th-orize looked hat-k at his house one more time. Ht- had left the li:ht in his bedroom huruimz. .lim Gordon THE PIONEER Men of old were forced to use, hroken down wagons and faulty tools. The labor to clear and till his land was supplied by tht- family of t-:wh man. His house was huilt of rough. ureen logs and held torlvther with mild from hogs. His constant 1-ompanion was powder and nun And when these failed, to God he'd run. S0 went the life ol' a pioneer. Frank Guthrie THE CALL 'Phe moon was waitin: in the sky, The drowsy world slept on: A lonely horsemfin szalloped by To run before the dawn, His horse was black and tier-ked with foam. His eyes were dull and :rf-yg The country dovtor hurried home, After rt long nix:ht's stay, .Xnn Bee YYe may have sprint: fever. but the less we fever now. the quicker we spring out of here. C. A. Lang . 1 - COM PLIMENTS or RED LION GRILL 1934 WALTON WAY PHONE 3-7320 WA LTON PRINTING COMPANY "WE PRINT TO PLEASE" ANNUALS YEAR BOOKS SCHOOL NEWSPAPERS ENGRAVING IIT-119 EIGHTH STREET PHONE 2-7892 AUGUSTA, GEORGIA Jfufoyfzfwfha H 2, lg x WE WILL NOW DISCUSS TOBAy5 LESSON WOWN. BYHAVIOK1 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The staff of 15157 Rainbow wishes to thank The Administration, Faculty, Student liody and Augusta Merchants for their continued support and enthusiasm during the year without which this hook could not have been published. In particular, we wish to express our apprcviation to President Markert, llean Maden. Mrs. Iiessie Miller. Mr. Percy Wise, Mr. Charles Cordle, Capt.. Leander Hathaway, Miss Betty Clark. Mr. George Svott, Mr. Frank lnnian and to Walton Printing Company Garden City Engraving Company Robert Wilkinson Photographers The Trident Calender, U. S. N. A., Annapolis for cartoon ideas LuRuth Erion and Joy Townes for the Cover Design. w . on , m- cw -up-tug!-5 1-1. 1 ' f-V-an-. . 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