Aiken High School - Hornet Yearbook (Aiken, SC)

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For the students at Aiken Senior High the words “senior high school" have a truly deep meaning. When one thinks of a high school, he usually pictures a house of learning, filled with pupils, teachers, and books. Although all these are essential, much more is needed in order to have a school such as ours. A hidden conception must be present to hold together all the material things that compose a high school. This abstract conception is known as SCHOOL SPIRIT. Realizing the importance of such a force, the 1959 HORNET staff has chosen as its theme SCHOOL SPIRIT. We feel that because this is the first year Aiken High School has been considered a senior high school, we should impress upon the students the importance of this force. For over twenty-five years SCHOOL SPIRIT has been evident, following every student no matter where he went. This spirit has inspired all types of students as they participated in school functions, and it has often led them to victories. Although there were disheartening times when SCHOOL SPIRIT could not be felt, it was present; it will always be present as long as there are students who will be driven on by it. Now, as you read and page through your 1959 HORNET, we should like to present your school through the eyes of SCHOOL SPIRIT. 3FOR US, SCHOOL INVOLVES... ACADEMICS page 6 STUDENT LIFE page 60 SPORTS page 68 ACTIVITIES page 80 FEATURES page 100 ADVERTISEMENTS page 116ACADEMICS One cannot hope to tetter a school unless he tries to increase its scholastic goals. SCHOOL SPIRIT should therefore build up pride within students and make them mindful of the importance of gaining knowledge. A school is only as good as the students it turns out, and it is up to the members to see that they are of a high calibre.Mr. A. J. Rutland AREA SUPERINTENDENT ADMINISTRATION AIKEN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Seated: Mr. Charles F. Knecce, COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT; Mr. J. G. McElmurray, Mr. J. B. Byars, Mr. C. P. Gantt. Mr. J. A. Keel, Mrs. E. P. Kennedy. CHAIRMAN. Standing: Mr. H. W. Risher, Mr. E. W. Clamp. Mr. S. H. Moody. Absent when picture was taken: Mr. U. E. Hutto and Mr. W. T. Phillips.AIKEN ATTENDANCE AREA NO. 1 BOARD Mr. Geddings Willing, Mr. F. L. Eaves, Mr. P. F. Henderson, CHAIRMAN; Mr. J. R. McTeer, Mr. C. H. Marvin. Mr. James O. Willis, principal of Aiken Senior High School, has been instrumental in developing not only school pride but also school spirit in the students of Aiken Senior High. He has been of great help in smoothing over the rough spots of the school’s first year as a senior high school. Acting as a counselor, parent, and friend, Mr. Willis has guided many students through the problems which have confronted Mrs. Hazel McNeil, secretary to Mr. Willis, has also contributed a great deal to the welfare of the school. As well as performing the usual duties of a secretary, she has arranged schedules, dispensed many band-aids, and soothed countless irritated parents. them.Mrs. Margaret Bobo Mrs. Ann Casey Miss Mary Maner A.B., Newberry College B.S., Bob Jones University B.S., Limestone College M.A., Appalachian State Teachers College ENGLISH The English Department, under the able leadership of Mrs. Margaret Bobo, introduced this year an accelerated program in conjunction with the new idea of “homogeneous grouping.” More stress has been placed on creative writing than ever before. Along with learning to express their own thoughts, students have studied many of the great works of literature. Among these have been Shakespear’s Macbeth, Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter, and George Eliot's Silas Marner. This program has proved a challenge to the students. Mrs. Bobo explains the conception of the universe as expressed in Milton's Paradise Iaist. Mrs. Virginia Elkin A.B., Winthrop College Mrs. Jean Simpson A.B., Columbia CollegeMiss Sylvia Pitts Mrs. Helen Butler A.B., Limestone College A.B., Erskine College M.A., Emory University FOREIGN LANGUAGES The Foreign Language Department, which is under the supervision of Mrs. Helen Butler, is at present offering two languages, French and Latin. Believing that one can fully understand foreign peoples only when he speaks their tongue, the department is stressing the importance of being able to speak a language fluently and being able to read and write it. For this reason, the French classes have supplementary French readers as well as the standard text books. To meet the needs of Foreign Language students, Aiken Senior High School is offering third-year French in the 1959-60 session. Miss Pitts and a French class sing French songs in French. Mrs. Butler and two French students look at poster of a French cathedral and wish for a vacation.Mr. Gordon Arnsdorff B.S., Newberry College Mr. Carroll Courtney A.B., Wofford College Mr. Norman Woodward B.S., Clemson College M iss Mary Lou Barlow A.B.. Coker College M.A., Appalachian State Teachers College SCIENCE Headed by Miss Mary Lou Barlow, the Aiken Senior High School Science Department is a vital phase of the curriculum. Excellent facilities are maintained by the school for this department, and many students have taken good advantage of them. The curricula offered include biology, chemistry and physics. Knowing the need for scientists in today's world, the department is making every effort to interest young people in the realm of science. Physics students perform an experiment involving thermal expansion. Mr. John Eubanks B.S., Clemson College Mr. William Knight B.S., Clemson College Mrs. Mary An. Wheat B.S., Miami University MATHEMATICS The Math Department, under the leadership of Mrs. Betty Owen, has made great strides in this year’s curriculum. Realizing the increasing need for mathematicians, the department has introduced a program of increased difficulty which has provided a challenge to all students. Some classes receive an introduction to solid geometry and the senior math classes hope to add an introduction to analytic geometry as well as to calculus. Mrs. Betty Owen A.B., Coker College Mrs. Betty Owen, head of Math Department, helps George Spruell with a difficult problem.Miss Barbara Jenerette B.A., Winthrop College Mrs. Anita Ratchford A.B., Meredith College HISTORY The History Department, headed by Mrs. Blanche Rutland, tries to instill in students the importance of understanding the world of yesterday before attempting to solve the problems of tomorrow. They feel that learning and realizing the mistakes humanity has made in the past will prove an invaluable aid in preventing mankind from making the same mistakes. Mrs. Blanche Rutland B.A., Columbia College Mrs. Anita Ratchford, history teacher, points out a strategic position on a world map.Sally King, a commercial student, fills out a late slip for Reginald Derrick. Preparing students for the business world of tomorrow is the aim of the Commercial Department. Curricula consisting of typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, and business math are offered in order to help prepare students for their future work. In addition to these subjects the department, headed by Miss Norma Gunter, offers business law. Also maintained is a system whereby students can work in the school office and gain valuable practical experience. This, as well as aiding students, assists the office staff. Typing students soon realize how important speed and accuracy are. COMMERCIAL Miss Norma Gunter Miss Margaret Cato Mrs. Mary-dale Edwards B.S., Winthrop College B.S., Winthrop College B.S., Winthrop College M.Ed., University of South CarolinaGirls’ gym class practices basketball in tbe gymnatorium. Mr. Bettis Herlong A.B., Duke University Mrs. Peggy Seigler A.B., Furman University PHYSICAL EDUCATION Believing that no mind works in a better place than in a healthy body, tbe Physical Education Department has undertaken a program designed to keep all Aiken Senior High students physically fit. Headed by Coach Bettis Herlong, tbe department offered a wide variety of sports and activities. In addition to tbe usual baseball, basketball, and football facilities, there are opportunities for a student to participate in all sports. Both intramural and varsity teams are organized each year for student participation. Mr. Alvin Hnwkins Mr. W. L. Bell B.S., Clemson College B.S., Berry College M.S., Clemson CollegeMiss Tuten, practice teacher, describes to her home economic students basic requirements for good nutrition. VOCATIONS AND SERVICES The Vocations and Services Department is responsible for performing a wide variety of duties around the school. The agriculture boys, by planting and maintaining shrubbery, have done much to beautify the campus. The cafeteria provides nourishing lunches at a nominal cost. The shop boys, as well as contributing several useful items to the school, give generously of their time and equipment to other organizations. Through these and other activ-i'ies, the Vocations and Services Department has proved an indispensable part of school life. Mrs. Judith White B.S., Winthrop College Mrs. Jessie Hutto Mrs. Joyce Holley B.A., F ,rman University B.S., Winthrop College Mrs. Evelyn Hutto Coker CollegeCLASS SENIOR OFFICERS CLASS Billy Cooper PRESIDENT Richard Waugh VICE-PRESIDENT Sarah Slade SECRETARY Fran Freed TREASURER Thomas Weeks PRESIDENT Ed Hicks VICE-PRESIDENT Judy Harding SECRETARY Wickey Moseley TREASURER JUNIOR CLASS Hicks, Harding, Weeks, MoseleyWaugh, Freed, Cooper, Slade SOPHOMORE CLASS Knox, Dickerson, Tyson, Willis Johnny Knox PRESIDENT Jane Dickerson VICE-PRESIDENT Judy Tyson SECRETARY Jimmy Willis TREASURERAllen Allin SENIORS Lynn Francis Allen “An excellent student with a heart most kind. A girl just like her is hard to find.” National Honor Society 3. 4. President 4; Seniorama; Junior Follies; Homeroom President 1, 2, 4; Chorus 3; Student Council 1, 3; Katin Club 1. 2; Dramateers 3, Vice-President 3; Senior Superlative; Girls’ State 3; First Citizen Award; Hi- Times 2. Charlene Floy Allin “She is cheerful, hut quiet and sincere.” Library Club 1, 2, 3; Chorus 3, 4; J. II. A. 2; Homeroom Secretary 4. Brenda Lee Anderson "Pleasant girl with a pleasant way.” Frederick James Anderson “Good taste in dress, an attribute of the best” Baseball 3, 4; Football 4; Block “A” Club 4; Homeroom President 4. Dale Alan Bailes “Dance tonight, for tomorroiv you may not be able to" Student Council 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Bus Drivers’ Club 3, 4; Junior Follies; Art Club 2: Latin Club 2; Dramateers 3; Homeroom President 1; Senior Superlative. B. Anderson J. Anderson Bailes Barber Barron Barton 20Diane Gorman Barber “I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night Student Council 1, 4; French Club 3; Latin Club 1, 2; Junior Follies; Homeroom Secretary 1, 2, Vice-President 3; President 3. Wayne Floyd Barron "Here is a man with a contented view of life Jack Barton uIVhot you are to be, you are becoming F. F. A. 1, 2, 3; Hus Drivers’ Club 3, 4. Ruth Josephine Baughman “Quiet siueetness knows no bounds Homeroom Vice-President 3. Patricia Ann Beatty “The radiance of her sunny smile brightens many a gloomy day Student Council 1, 2; F. H. A. 1, 2; Homeroom Vice-President 2, Secretary 1; Freshman Class Sponsor; F. T. A. 4; May Day Attendant 4; Clinic Staff 3; Miss HORNET contestant. Sherri Ann Beaty “Her infinite sweetness is inexpressable ' Scniorama 4; Chorus 1, 2. Raymond Bedenbaugh “That man's silence is wonderful to listen to Hus Drivers' Club 4; D. E. Club 4; Honors at Newberry High School. Bonnie Joan Bomba “Her hair is not more sunny than her heart Homeroom Vice-President 4; Honors at Saint Angela Academy. Patsv Brenda Boyd “Silence is a friend that will never betray Library Club 1, 2. Olney Lane Brown, III “Anyone can carry the ball, but it takes a man to block Football 1, 2. 3, 4; Rlock “A” Club 2, 3, 4; Honors at Benedictine Military School. Roscoe Douglas Callahan “Let others be great Canteen Staff 1, 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Block “A” Club 4. Bomba Boyd Brown Callahan 21Hampton Monroe Carter “IIc who laughs, lasts” Hus Drivers’ Club 3, 4, President 4; D. E- Club 4; F. F. A. 4; Homeroom President 2; T. I. Club 4. Barbara Sue Clark “Style is the dress of thoughts.” Hand 1, 2; HiTimes 1, 2; Homeroom Secretary 2, Treasurer 4; Chorus 3; Senior Superlative. Ralph Wesley Clark “A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men.” Robert Alexander Conrad “Little boy blue, come blow your horn.” Hand 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Exponents Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Junior Follies; All-State Hand 4. Lydia Louise Cook "True is in being, not seeming. Carter B. Clark SENIORS William Angus Cooper, Jr. “He who mixes reason with pleasure and wisdom with mirth.” Rand 1, 2, 3, Manager 3, Vice-President 2; All-State Hand 2; Senior Class President; Student Council 1. 3, Vice-President 3; Homeroom President 2; Student Rotarian 4; Outstanding Male Senior; King Teen; Senior Superlative; Pep Band 2. W. Clark Conrad Cook Cooper Copley Cornwell 22Charles Truman Copley “Full of fun, a talkative lad, just to knoiu him makes us glad." Junior Follies 3; Natural History Club 1; Canteen Staff 1; Senioraina 4; Dramatecrs 2, 3, 4; Homeroom President 1; Hi-Timcs 1. Bonnie Janet Cornwell "She has a heart with room far everyone. Hand 1; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Dramatecrs 3. Mary Andrea Cothran "If she can, she will—and she usually can” Student Council 1, 2; Latin Club 1, 2; Hand 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Block “A” Club 2, 3, 4; Homeroom President 3. 4, Vice-President 2; Mental contestant 3; F. T. A. 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 3; HORNET Staff 4, Copy Editor 4; Senior Superlative: D. A. R. Award. Claire Meredith Cozart "Her words arc heralds to her mind.” Dramatecrs 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 1, 2. Secretary 2; French Club 3; Junior Follies; F. T. A. 3, 4, President 4; Band 1. 2, 3. William McMahon Croft "His manner is always pleasant. His thoughts arc always gay .” Norman Hyatt Cunningham "I have laid aside business, and gone a-fishing.” Football 1, 2; Hus Drivers’ Club 2, 3. 4, Secretary 4; Natural History Club 3; D. E. Club 4; T. I. Club 3; Senior Superlative. Margarette Ann Damewood "She's pretty to walk with, ivitty to talk with, and pleasant to think of.” Chorus 1, 2, 3, Assistant Manager; Junior Follies; Student Council 3; Cheerleader 4; Block “A” Club 4. Secretary 4; Homeroom Secretary 1. 3, Treasurer 4; Football Sponsor 4: Miss HORNET Contestant; May Day Attendant 2, 3; French Club 3. Muriel Diane Davis "I’m sort a bashful, but just let me get started.” Student Council 1; May Day Attendant 1, 2; Latin Club 2 Art Club 2, 3 Art Achievement Award 3; Exponents Club 2 F. T. A. 3; Junior Follies; Order of the Green and White 4 Homeroom Secretary 4. Paul Milton Davis “It matters not how long we live, but how.” Football 4. Charles Davis Day “Wit now and then, struck smartly, shows a spark” Damewood D. Davis P. Davis C. Day Cothran Cozart Croft CunninghamT. Day T. J. Day Henry Thomas Day “A quiet and pleasant nature.” Baseball 2, 3, 4; Bus Drivers’ Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Natural History Club 3; Block "A” Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1,2; I). E. Club 4. Tecklie Jean Day “God ( ireth speech to all. song to a jew.” 4-H Club 1; Chorus 1, 2, 4, Vice-President 2, Accompanist 4; French Club 3. Reginald Hendrix Derrick "The proper study of mankind is man” James Baisl Dickinson “My joy of life is hard to kill.” Richard Crisp Downing “A sense of humor is the oil of life's engine.” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Track 1, 3; Block “A" Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council Member at I.argc 4; Scniorama; Junior Follies; Bus Drivers’ Club 4. SENIORS Brenda Dawn Drake “Loyal be to loyal friends.” Derrick Dickinson Downing 24Mary Anne Dunbar 7 ani always at a loss to know how much to believe of my men stories.” Band I; Chorus 3; Dramateers 1, 2; French Club 3; Homeroom President 1. Vice-President 4, Secretary 3. Treasurer 4; National Honor Society 4; Seniorania; Junior Follies. Deanna Joyce Duvall “Charming way, winning smile, dancing happily all the while.” Hand 1. 2; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Block "A" Club 2. 3. 4; Football Sponsor 4; Junior Follies 3; Homeroom President 3; Student Council 4; Hi-Times 1. Jo Ann Eckardt “Neatness is the crmvning grace of womanhood.” Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 3, 4; Homeroom Secretary 3; Mental Contestant 2, 3; National Honor Society 3. 4, Secretary 4; HORNET Staff 3, 4. Business Manager 4; Exponents Club 3. Dewey Langdon Ellington "Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more; I am here.” Band I, 2; President of Junior Class: Junior Follies; Sen-iorama; Bus Drivers’ Club 4; Dramateers 3; Audio-Visual Club 2. Richard Clader Ellis “A fine sturdy fellozv; always interested in fun.” Hand 1, 2; Canteen Staff 1; Natural History Club 3. Linda Marie Eubanks "A girl that has a merry, sincere heart.” Homeroom Secretary 1; F. II. A. 1, 2, 3; Junior Follies; Library Club 4. Steve Cole Eubanks “Earnest in every way, friendly in every way.” Library Staff 1 ; F. F. A. 3, 4; Student Council 3; Hus Drivers’ Club 2, 3, 4; Homeroom President 4; Canteen Staff 2. Mary Patricia Fannon "Don’t take life too seriously; you’ll never get out alive!” Art Club 1. 2, 3; Dramateers 1. 2: Homeroom President 1, Vice-President 2, Secretary 3; Hi-Timcs Staff 2. Myra Lucille Fentress "Jolly, good-natured, full of fun— if you true friend, here is one.” Band 2, 3; I atin Club 2, 3; Chorus 4; Honors Township High School. want a at Carmi Carolyn Jane Ferguson "You are not only good yourself, but the cause of goodness in others.” Junior Follies 3; F. T. A. 3, 4; F. H. A. 4. Eckardt Ellington Ellis L- Eubanks S. Eubanks Fannon Fentress Ferguson 25Foster Freed SENIORS Jennie May Foster “To be loved is all I need and whom I love, I love indeed.' Homeroom Vice-President 1, 2, Secretary 4; J. H. A. 1; May Attendant 2. French Club 2; Junior Follies; Homeroom Secretary 4; F. T. A. 4. Convention Delegate 4; Clinic Staff 3; Senior a ma 4. Frances Fielding Freed ‘7 can resist everything but temptation. Student Council 1. 3; May Attendant 1, 2; French Club 3. 4; Exponents Club 3; Basketball Manager 2, 3; Block “A" Club 2, 3, 4; Homeroom President 1. 2, Treasurer 3. Sccrc tary 1. 4; Treasurer of Senior Class 4; Junior Follies 3; F. T. A. 4; Senior Class Sponsor 4. Kenneth Wert French, Jr. “Little he says, but much he knenus” Latin Club 1, 2; Dramatcers 3; Exponents Club 2, 3; Student Council 4; Outstanding Male Senior 4; National Honor Society 4, Treasurer 4. Sandra Jean Geddings “Quiet and sincere. Chorus 1, 2, 4; Junior Follies. Mary Elizabeth Gollihugh 7 have music in my heart.’ Library Club 2; Chorus 4. Effie Jane Goshorn “Softl speak and siveetly smile. Band 1. 2, 3; Dramatcers 1; J. H. A. 1; Homeroom Vice-President 3. French Geddings Gollihugh 1 9 5 9 Goshorn Greer Gregory 26— Heath Heilig Henson Herde 27 Douglas Edwin Greer "He has the ability to do things.” Canteen Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Staff 3; Natural History Club 3; Alternate Boys’ State. William Everett Gregory " 'Tis better to be late than never.” Bus Driver 4; F. F. A. 2, 3, 4. Carey McConnell Hanna 7 am myself my men commander.” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 4; Swimming Team 2; Block “A" Club 2, 3, 4; Homeroom President 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1; Natural History Club 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 2, 3; Boys’ State 3; Junior Follies; Seniorama; Student Rotarian 4; Outstanding Male Senior; Senior Superlative. Frank Albion Harmstad "You’re only young once, and if you ivork it right, once is enough.” Audio-Visual Club 1, 2, 3, 4. President 3, 4, Vice-President 2; Bus Drivers’ Club 3, 4; Tennis Team 1; Golf Team 1; Swimming Team 2; Band 1; Order of the Green and White 3, 4; T. 1. Club 1, 2. Matilda lone Harper "Her heart is like a moon; there’s always a man in it.” Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 3, 4; Dramatccrs 3; Junior Follies; Seniorama; F. T. A. 4. John Brush Hatcher, Jr. "IVhen teachers' questions puzzle steadily, ’tis John’s busy tongue that ansivers readily.” Bus Drivers’ Club 4; Homeroom Secretary 1, 2, 3; Football Manager 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Follies. Martha Jean Heath "Silence cannot be misquoted.” Clinic Staff 3; 4-H Club 1; F. H. A. 4. Peggy Louise Heilig "As true as steel.” Library Club 2, 3, 4. Patricia Ann Henson "A heart to resolve, a head to contrive, and a hand to execute” Latin Club 1, 2; May Day Attendant 1, 3, 4; Mental Contestant 1; Homeroom President 1; Student Council 1, 3, 4; Sophomore Class President; Dubutant Queen 2; French Club 3; Junior Class Sponsor; Junior Follies; President Student Body; Senior Superlative; Football Sponsor 4; National Honor Society 4. Della Rose Herde "Tall, stately, and fair to behold, a wonderful girl if all be told.” May Day Attendant 1; J. H. A. 1; Art Club 2, 3; Basketball 2; Junior Follies; F. T. A. 4. Hanna Harper Hatcher HarmstadL. V. Herron M. Herron SENIORS Eissie L. V. Herron "Nothing endures but personal qualities I). K. Club 3, 4, Historian 3. Margie Eleanor Herron "A quiet tongue slimes a wise heart.9’ Student Council 1. 2, 3; Homeroom Secretary 1, 3, 4, Vice-President 2; Mental Contestant 2; Vice-President of Sophomore Class; French Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; F. T. A. 3; Homeroom Treasurer 4. James Benjamen Herzog "Things are bound to happen, so why worry?" Hus Drivers’ Club 4; Honors at Norwich Free Academy. John Wesley Hilton, Jr. “He has a true heart.9 Football 3, 4. Andre Terri Holley “Her manner is always pleasant, her thoughts arc always gay F. H. A. 1,2, 3, President 4, President of County Chapter 4; Homeroom Vice-President 2, 4; May Day Attendant 2. Tollie Melvin Holsenback “The value of a mans life is measured in terms of action” F. F. A. 2, 3, 4. Herzog Hilton Holley 1 9 5 9 H. Johnson Holsenback Howell 28: Kitchings Lackey Losey Madden 29 Annie Lynne Howell “She who knows most speaks least.” Hand 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Assistant 4, Pep Hand 3, 4; Chorus Accompanist 3; I atin Club 1, 2; French Club 3, 4; Mental Contestant 2; National Honor Society 4. Marcia Harriett Johnson “Of all the joys I’m to recall, being in love is the best of all” Homeroom Secretary I, President 2; Student Council 2; Latin Club 1, 2; Junior Follies. Teddy Albert Johnson "A lad full of fun.” Homeroom President 3; I). E. Club 4, Secretary 4; Honors at Parker High School. Barlxira Ann Jordan "For she was the quiet kind whose natures were admired.” 4-H Club 1; Art Club 1. 2, 3; F. H. A. 4. Finley Patricia Kennedy "She may seem quiet and naive, but if you know Pat, that's hard to believe.” Latin Club 1, 2; Dramatecrs 1, 2, 3; Hand 1, 2, 3; Seniorama; Homeroom Secretary 3, Treasurer 3. Marjorie Ann King "Small of statue, full of fun, makes her loved by everyone.” Library Club 1; J. H. A. 2; French Club 3; Seniorama. Andrew Henry Kitchings "An athlete, a friend, a gentleman—ivhat more is there to slum ?” Football 2. 3. 4; Basketball 2; Track 2, 4; Homeroom President 2, Vice-President 3; Student Council Member at Large 4; Hlock “A” Club 2, 3, 4; Hand 1, 2. Glenda Carol Lackey "In thy face we see the map of h nor, truth, and loyalty.” French Club 3. 4; F. T. A. 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; Hi-Timcs Staff 1, 2; Exponents Club 3; Latin Club 2. Dale Adrian Losey "Our energy is proportional to the resistance it meets.” Hand 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Hand 2, 3, 4, Manager 3, Student Assistant 4, Student Director 4; Junior Follies; Canteen Staff 1, 2, 3. 4; All-State Band 4. Emerson Morris Macklen, Jr. "A friendly grin, with a mischievous gleam.” F. F. A. 4; Glee Club 4, President 4. T. Johnson Jordan Kennedy KingMason Massingale SENIORS Barrie Hammond Mason “Measure a man from the chin up and not from the chin down” Rami 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4; Latin Club 2; French Club 3. Patricia Lee Massingale “With spirits calm and gentle” Chorus 3, 4, President 4; J. H. A. 1; French Club 3. Mary Carolyn Matthews u Tis no time to talk.” William Nash Mattocks, Jr. “One's outlook is a part of his virtue” Homeroom Vice-President 1; Natural History Club 3; D. E. Club Hus Drivers’ Club 4. Pamela Amasa May “When you've got a thing to say, say it!” Latin Club 2; French Club 3; Junior Follies; Clinic Staff 3; Honors at Saint Angela Academy. Florence McElmurray “Full of pep and always ready to smile” Student Council 3, 4; May Day Attendant 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4, Head 4; Senior Superlative; Rand 1, 2; Homeroom President 1, 2; Junior Follies; Football Sponsor 4; Block “A” Club 3, 4; French Club 3. Matthews Mattocks May 1 9 5 9 McElmurray McNair 30Norma Ruth McNair uWith shining eyes and a pleasant smile, she conquers." French Club 3; Football Sponsor 4; Iay Day Attendant 4; Homeroom Secretary 3, 4; Junior Class Treasurer; Junior Follies; Senior Superlative; Miss HORNET Contestant. Faye Nelda McTaggart “Pleasant is her nature, bright her smile." Student Council 1, 2, 4; Homeroom Secretary 1; J. H. A. 1. John Miano "Prefers geniality to grammar.” Patricia Ann Miller "Carefree, unassuming, seldom rushing, always smiling, sometimes blushing.” Chorus 1, 2, 4; Art Club 3; Football Sponsor 4; F. T. A. 4; Sctiiorama; Senior Superlative. James Gilbert Mills, Jr. "A likeable boy who is always a good sport.” Football 2, 3. 4; Block “A” Club 4; Chorus 3, 4; Track 2; Student Council 3, 4. Judith Jean Morris “True to her work, her words, and her friends Homeroom Vice-President 1. 2, Secretary 2; Art Club 1, 2; Latin Club 1. 2; French Club 3, 4. Treasurer 3; National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Exponents Club 3, 4. President 4; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; Mental Contestant 1, 2, 3; HORNET Staff 3, 4, Senior Class Editor 4. David Elly son Moseley “A delightful combination of laciness and enthusiasm, sense and non-sense." Frances Eunigene New "Refreshing in appearance, responsive in manner F. H. A. 1, 2, 3; Homeroom Vice-President 1, Secretary 2; Miss F. II. A. 3. Velma Jean Newell “Fete things are impossible to intelligence and diligence.” Junior Follies; Chorus 3; National Honor Society 4; Honors at North Augusta High School. Jackie Kay Xordeen "High-erected thoughts seated in the heart of courtesy” Miano Miller Mills Morris Moseley New Newell Nordeen 31Norman Orsini SENIORS Marcia Susan Norman "Being gifted with a tongue, use it.” Block “A" Club 4; Basketball Manager 4; Football Sponsor 4; Student Council 4; Senioratna; Junior Follies; Chorus 3; Honors at St. Paul’s High School. Felice Alfonso Orsini “In everything he does quite well, hut in all sports he does excel” Hasckill 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4. Captain 4; Bl »ck “A” Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Order of the Green and White 4; Senior Council Member at Large 4: Homeroom President 1. 2, 3. Vice-President 1. 2. 4. Treasurer 4; Natural History Club 2; Outstanding Male Senior 4; T. Si I. Club 2; Student Rotarian 4; Most Valuable Player, Football 4; Intramural Basketball 4. Anthony Dwight Osbon "Here is an athlete very respected, silent, strong, cool, and collected.” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2. 3. 4; Basketball 2. 3; Block “A" Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Student Council 3; Homeroom President 4; Senior Superlative 4. Wiley George Ouzts "His words are simple and his soul sincere.” Honors at Columbia High School. Lloyd Allan Perry "Good things come in small packages.” Basketball 2, Manager 1, 2; Student Council 2; Track 2, 3, 4 ; Audio-Visual Club 4; Block “A” Club 2, 3, 4; Bus Drivers’ Club 4. Osbon Ouzts Perry Prichard Prothro Raborn 32William Jesse Prichard “Save your Confederate money, men, the South will rise again” Hand 1; Student Council 4: Student Rotarian 4: Football 2. 3. 4; HORNET Staff 3; Track Manager 3; Golf Team 4. Joseph Edward Prothro “A mighty hunter, and his prey is knowledge ” Homeroom President 4; Honors at Lyons Township High School. Henry Durwood Raborn “Gentle in his manners, strong in his character” Homeroom Vice-President 3, Secretary 3; D. E. Club President 4; Student Council 4. Jane Ramsey “Her scattered freekles and devilish grin make all her friends so easy to win ” Homeroom Secretary 1, 2, President 1; Latin Club 1; Chorus I. 4; F. T. A. 4; Junior Follies; Seniorama; Dramateers 3; Hi-Times Staff 1, 2; Honors at Summerville High School. Clyde Banks Ratchford, Jr. “Here is one who tries to do all things well.” Canteen Staff 1; Homeroom Vice-President 1. Richard Kenneth Richardson “A tall and friendly guy” F. F. A. 3; D. E. Club 1; Homeroom Vice-President 1. Wade Rufus Richardson, Jr. “A cheerful disposition is a friend of ready capital” Charlotte Beatrice Roberson “Nice to know and pleasant to talk with ” Grady Thompson Roe " Tis a wonderful thing to luivc a happy heart” F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Federation President 4; Hus Drivers’ Club 3, 4. June Patricia Rollins “The mildest manners and the gentlest heart.” F. H. A. I; Homeroom Secretary 1. William Leroy Rorex “I'm not lazy. I'm just dreaming.” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3. 4; Swimming Team 2; Hlock “A” Club 2, 3. 4. Vice-President 4; Homeroom President 1, 2, Vice-President 3. 4; Band 1; Natural History Club 3; Dramateers Club 1; Canteen Staff 1, 2. Ramsey Ratchford R. Richardson W. Richardson Roberson Roe Rollins Rorex 33Royal Rutledge Sandra Dianne Royal “When she had passed, it seemed like the ceasing of exquisite music.” Hand 1, 4: Majorette 2, 3, 4. Assistant Drum Majorette 3, Head 4: Basketball Manager 3; French Club 3; Football Sponsor 1. 4; Homeroom Treasurer 4; Block “A” Club 3; May Day Attendant 2, 3; Maid of Honor 4. Eulalie Salley Rutledge “el perfect recipe for devil's food.” 4 H Club 1; I«atin Club 1, 2; French Club 3, 4; Homeroom Secretary 4; Secretary of Junior Class. Kenneth Barton Salley “Quiet hut not idle.” Canteen Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Audio-Visual 2; Baseball 4; Homeroom President 1, 3, Vice-President 2. Linda Vira Sampson “A rare compound of seriousness, frolic, and fun” Student Council 2; Homeroom Secretary 2. Vice-President 4; HasketbaU 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Block “A" Club 3, 4; Junior Follies; Football Sponsor 4. SENIORS Christine Geneva Satterfield sii’cct personality is a valuable asset.” Chorus 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Library Chib 2, 3, 4; J. II. A. 1. Salley Sampson SatterfieldArlie Edward Scott, Jr. “A boy of (fondness and sincerity.” F, F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Hus Drivers' Club 2, 3, 4. Carolyn Mae Scott "Innocent. sincere, and always a (food friend.” I.at in Club 1. W illiam Woodrow Scott “He can be depended upon in every duty.” Alice Juanita Seigler “Gentle in mind, words, and temper. George Frampton Seigler “Youth calls for pleasure” Hand 1; Hi-Timcs Staff 2; Homeroom Treasurer 4; Student Council 3; Canteen Staff 2, 3; Seniorama. Woodrow Wilson Shelley “Six feet of folly” Hetty Jean Shuler “If eyes are tvindotvs of the soul, her soul is surely bright.” French Club 3; Student Council 4; National Honor Society 4; Senior Superlative; May Queen; Honors at Union High School. Virginia Sinclair “A fair exterior is a silent recommendation.” Sarah Florence Slade “Always doing, never done, be it mischief, work, or fun.” Latin Club 1. 2; Hand 1, 2; Pep Band; French Club 3, 4; Student Council 2, 4; Homeroom Secretary 1, 2. 3. 4; Secretary of Senior Class; Junior Follies; National Honor Society 4 : F. T. A. 3; Hi Times Staff 1. 2; HORNKT Staff 4. Senior Class Editor 4; Exponents Club 3. Fred Clayton Smith “With a smile on his face and mischief in his eyes.” Homeroom President 2. Vice-President 2; Baseball 2; Junior Follies; Hus Drivers' Club 4; Audio-Visual Club 4. Sandra Faye Smith “Short but su’ift, and a good sport; our pride and joy on a basketball court.” Hlock "A” Club 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Homeroom Treasurer 2; Student Council 3; May Day Attendant 2; Senior Superlative. A. Seigler G. Seigler Shelley Shuler Sinclair Slade F. Smith S. Smith 35Spilsbury SENIORS Elizabeth Jane Spilsbury “It is a ood nature that only wins the heart ’ F. II. A. 3. 4; Honors at Hector High School. Myra Joan Spivey “Modesty often gains more than pride.” Basketball 3, 4; F. H. A. 1, 2, 4, Vice-President 4; Homeroom President 1; French Club 3. James Russell Stephens “Great thoughts come from the heart.” Bus Drivers' Club 3; F. F. A. 3. 4. Vice-President 4; Honors at Langley-Bath-Clearwater High School. Theresa Ann Stokes “Good nature is the sign of a large and generous soul.” F. H. A. 2. 4; Canteen Staff 2, 3. Sara Mae Stone “Quiet and reserved; she is not likely to be forgotten.” George Robert Stumpf “Men love to wonder, and that is the seed of our science.” Audio-Visual Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Dramatccrs 1; Bus Drivers' Club 4; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4; I.atin Club 1, 2; Band 1, 2. 1 9 5 9 Stokes Stone Stephens Stumpf Surasky 36Brenna Gale Surasky “Ahcoys laughing, never sad, sometimes naughty, but never bad.” Band 1, 2; Homeroom Treasurer 1; Dramatecrs 1, 2; French Club 3: Student Council 3; Junior Follies. Carolyn Lois Taylor "Her words are true, but she is true.” Homeroom Vice-President 1; J. H. A. 1, 2; Art Club 1. Sharon Lee Ted row “Behind the laugh is a wholesome miss; friendly, talkative, living in bliss” May Day Attendant 1, 4; Football Sponsor 1, 3; Football Queen 3; Junior Follies; Homeroom Vice-President 1. Secretary , President 3; Dramatecrs 3; French Club 3, 4; F. T. A. 4; Chorus 3. Linda Lee Thomas “Always smiling, never frowning, fun galore, wit astounding.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4; Chorus 3, Vice-President 3; Student Council 4; Hi Times 1, 2, Art Editor 2; Pep Band 3, 4; Homeroom Secretary 3; Dramatecrs 3. Gladys Turner “She is modest, she is shy, but she has miehief in her eye.” J.H.A. 1; Band 1; Honors at Edgefield High School. Jack Charles Urban “Determination is the masterpiece to success.” National Honor Society 3, 4; HORNET Staff 1. 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor 4; Seniorama; Mental Contestant 2, 3; Senior Superlative; Student Kotarian 4; Outstanding Male Senior; Audio-Visual Club 4; Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 3; Exponents Club 3; Homeroom President 1, 2, 3. Carolyn Nell Vander Yoort “Charm shines around her until serenest beams, and whispering angels prompt her golden dreams.” Treasurer of Sophomore Class; Sophomore Class Sponsor; May Day Attendant 1; Homeroom President 1, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4; French Club 4. President 4; Student Council 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Football Sponsor 4; Band 1; Senior Superlative; HORNET Staff 3, 4, Features Editor 4. Roberta Anne Wagar “A will to do, and a soul to dare.” Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2. James Hubert Waites “Everything will come if a man will only wail" Library Club 1; Homeroom Vice-President 1; Natural History Club 2; D. E- Club 4. Michael Langhorne Walker “He'll find a way or make one.” Basketball Manager 3; Student Council Member at Large 4; Block “A" Club 3; Honors at Saint Angela Academy. Thomas Turner Ted row Urban Vander Voort Wagar Waites WalkerWallenburg Waugh SENIORS Delores Jeanne Wells “Her pencil drew whatever her heart designed Art Club 1, 2, 3; Chorus 3; F. T. A. 4; Scniorama. Weigle Wells Whitfield John Gecklings Wallenburg “There is no wealth like a great mind.” Hand 1, 2, 3, 4; Mental Contestant 1. 2, 3; Latin Club 2. 3; French Club 4; Exponents Club 3, 4; Homeroom President 2, Vice-President 2, Secretary 3; Student Hand Assistant 4. Richard Allen Waugh “He will stand diligently before all men. then take his place among kings ” HORNET Staff 3, 4. Editor 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 2, 4; Student Rotarian 4; Outstanding Male Senior; Hand 1. 2, 3, Vice-President 3; Latin Club 1, 2, President 2; Exponents Club 3, President 3; Senior Super lative; Mental Contestant 2; French Club 3; Homeroom President 1, 2, 4; Hasketball Manager 3; Hoys’ State; Hlock “A” Club 3; Vice-President of Senior Class. Samuel Conklin Weigle “A perfect score in honor, truth and sportsmanship.” Football 3, 4; Basketball 2; Student Council 4; Student Rotarian 4; Homeroom President 3, Vice-President 3; Ex ponents Club 3; Library Club 1. 2; Canteen Staff 1, 2, 3; French Club 3; Hlock “A" Club 3, 4; Junior Follies 3; Natural History Club 2. Whittle Widener WilliamsJanet Cleo Whitfield "Brown hair, nice and neat, just to know her is a treat." J. II. A. 1; Library Club 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Block “A” Club 3. 4; Homeroom Secretary 2, 4, President 3; May Day Attendant 3; French Club 3; Football Sponsor 4; Football Queen 4; Miss Hi Miss; Senior Superlative. Lewis Calvin Whittle "Oh why must life all labor be?" Natural History Club 3; D. K. Club 4; T. I. Club 2; Library Club 1. Pauline Widener "Sweet her manners, and quiet her way." Wayne Allen Williams "He’s a (jood companion." Track I. 2, 3. 4; Football 2, 3; Homeroom President 3, Secretary 2, Vice-President 1; Block “A” Club 3, 4. Gerald Dean Wilson "Live the life you like; or like the life you live." David Mayhevv Wood "Always do right, this will gratify some people and astonish the rest." Ronnie Allen Wood "Be your own self and leave custom to those who need it." Bus Drivers’ Club 1; F. F. A. 2; Block “A' Club 4; T. I. Club 4. Key John Worley, Jr. "Character is that which can do without success." Bus Drivers’ Club 2, 3, 4; F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 3. Barbara Elaine Wright "Small and lively, happy and gay, a smile for all who come her way.” Elizabeth Wyman "Character is the diamond that scratches all other stones." Dramateers 1, 3; F. T. A. 3; Student Council 2; French Club 3; Secretary of Sophomore Class; Homeroom Secretary L Vice-President 4; Junior Follies; Seniorama; Honors at Camden High School. Joyce Elaine Yonce "It’s nice to be natural when you're naturally nice." Homeroom Secretary 1. President 2. Treasurer 3; Student Council 3, 4; Chorus 1. 2, 3; 4-H Club 1; Canteen Staff 3, 4; Library Club 4; J. H. A. 3, Secretary 3; National Honor Society 4. Allen Rowe York "Take my advice, don't let your studies interfere with your social activities." Homeroom President 4, Vice-President 1; Track 2; Bus Drivers’ Club 4; Audio-Visual Club 1, 2, 3; Junior Follies; Dramateers 3; Seniorama. Wilson D. Wood R. Wood Worley Yonce Wyman 39SENIORS 1959 Young Zimmerman Evelyn Ruth Young “Modest, quiet and always sweet Susan Deane Zimmerman “From little sparks burst mighty flames. Student Council 4; French Club 3; F. T. A. 3, 4; HORNET Staff 3, 4, Subscription Manager 4; Exponents Club 3. 1. How times have changed! 2. Dracula 3. Please buy a ticket! 4. Mrs. Rolx) and the Sr. comedy cast 5. The South is rising again! 6. Hat today, diet tomorrow! 7. Deanna has Jane where she wants her! 8. Caught in the act! 9. Don’t lx bashful; Bonnie! 10. Ipana smile 11. The good ole days 12. You’re wrinkling the sheets 13. Always room for one more 14. Xo help, Margarctte? 15. Seniors ham it up 40SENIOR SUPERLATIVES► U Ji fMM SENIOR MOST DEPENDABLE Boots Cothran Billy Cooper BEST PERSONALITY Janet Whitfield Dale Bailes MOST POPULAR Pat Henson Phil OrsiniMOST TALENTED Lynn Allen Mike McMillan MOST ATHLETIC Sandra Smith Tony Osbon 4 • . •; v vSENIOR REST LOOKING Norma McNair Allen York WITTIEST Rat Miller Richard Downing BEST DRESSED Barbara Sue Clark Jim AndersonSTUDENT ROTARIANS Sam Weigle, Jack Urban, Bob Conrad, Mac Hanna, Billy Cooper, Richard Waugh, Bill Prichard. BOYS’ STATE Mac Hanna GIRLS’ STATE Lynn Allen I). A. R. AWARD Boots Cothran BOYS’ STATE Richard Waugh MISS HI-MISS Janet Whitfield KING TEEN Billy Cooper SUPERLATIVESJUNIORS Adams, Geraldine Adcock, R a burn Aiken, Jeanne Austin, Linda Hailes, David Barnes, Rebecca Bateman. Charles Baughman, Jimmy Baynham, Buddy Bearden. Wilton Bell, Myrtie Booth, Prentiss Boyd, Charlene Brackett. Joe Breazeale, Betty Brewer, Tom Brown, Opal Brunson, Ed Bunch, Ann Bunting, Lloyd Burroughs. La Dell Byars, Myra Callahan. Judy Carter, Linda Carter, Loutrieia Cato. Betty Caudle. Bobby Chapman, Roma Jean Chavis, Mary Ann Christensen, Gene Clark, Nell Dean Coffman, Melvyn Courtney, Leslie Courtney, Walter Coward, Tommy Creasey, Rita Davenport, Jane Davis, Hank Day, Shirley Debnam, Roberta DeHaven. Virginia Drawdy. Marilyn 46JUNIORS Dychcs, Sarah Economos, Karen Edgar, Carol Ellington, Brooks Ktnrich, Beverly Ewing, Philip Fletcher, Penny Fredrickson, Fred Fowler, Brenda Fox, Jessie Lee Fox, Mozell Fulmer, Dixie Galloway, Rodger Gantt. Brenda Garvin, Martha Gaver, Margie Lou Giaffis, Anna Estelle Giboney, Terry Gilmer, Hilda Grace, Robert Greer, Yvonne Green, Alma Gregg, Patsy Gregory, James Griffin, Steve Groves, June Hair, Betsy Hair, Bunny Hall. Dale Hall, Nancy Hall, Sylvia Hamilton, Tony Harding, Judy Hatcher, Sue Hay, James Hearn, Billy Herron, Barbara Herron, Pat Hicks, Ed Holley, Gloria Holley, Olivia Hollingsworth, Ginger 47JUNIORS Holsenback, Voncille Howard, Judy Howard, Linda Johnson, Iris Johnson, LeGrandc Jones, Brenda Jones, Doug Jordan, William Kelly. Kathy Key, Mary Kight, Colleen Kitchings, Barbara Kitchings, Loretta Kneece, Gene Knight, Francis Lail, LuAnn Laird. Buck Lanning, Mike Lask, Rhea Lott. Betty Lyell, Ronald Marvin, Charles Marvin, Dave Matlock, Donna Matthews, Elizabeth Maxwell, Jim McClure, Archie McClure, Kerry McCoy, Sheridan McCready, Donna McFarland, Randall McGraw, Julianne McMillan, Kit Messick, Connie Miller. Bonnie Mills, Roy Mollath, Karla Montgomery. Rodney Moore, James Moore, I .King Moore, Philip Moseley, Martha 48JUNIORS Moseley, VVicky Mullens, Marsha Mundy, Della Mundy, Glenda Murphy, Ginny Lou Murray, Joe Murrill, Sharon Nelson, Barry Nightingale, Mary King Norton, Bobby Nuessle, Melinda Odom, James Ogletree, Pat Olsen, Crystal Osbon, Carolyn Owens, Ester Pack, Barbara Parker, Ann Parrish, Ken Payton, Richard Payton, Shirley Penix, Nancy Penland, Richard Perry, Mary Ann Piercy, Sam Poole, Vicky Price, Donald Price, Linda Propst. Robert Redd, Russell Richardson, James Ross, Mike Royal, Nancy Scott, Celia Scott. J. T. Seiglcr, Eddie Seigler, Jane Shanker, Mike Shawn, Doug Sheely, Albert Shuler, Emily Seigmund, Brian 49JUNIORS Simmons, Brenda Simons, Chuck Smith, Allen Smith, Dianne Snipes, Pat Snipes, Vera Snyder. Bobby Spruell, George St. John, Bob Stevens, Jon Stone, Evelyn Sudlow, Duke Swanner, Curtis Ann Taylor. Frank Thweatt, Martina Tompkins, Barry Toole, Elizabeth Traughber, Pitner Tygard, Kay VanZile, Pete Venning, Charleen Walker, Deborah Wallace, Beverly Watson, Jan Weatherford. Elise Weeks, Barbara Weeks, Thomas Weise, Rodger Whitfield, Billy Wiles, Larry Wilkie, Charles Willis, Elaine Willis, John Wilson. Georgia Wingfield, Judy Winter. Patty Wise, Beth Wood, Faye Wood head, Henry Wooten, Sonny Yearwood, John Yonce, Geraldine 501. Three cheers for slumber parties 2. Just woke up 3. Now my children . . . 4. Weeks Hakes out 5. Junior girls at large 6. Racks against the wall 7. Tea for Two 8. Junior girls again 9. Snaggled-tooth Betsy 10. Junior girls en masse 11. Do not disturb! 12. Seven-headed monster 13. What, me worry? 14. Timber! 15. Love me. love my dog 16. Wee Willie Weeks 17. Who turned out the lights! 18. Mass confusion 19. Our own Peter Gunn 20. Unguarded moment 21. Basking sun-bathers 22. Gonna let me have him? 23. ’Twas the night before Christmas 51SOPHOMORES Anderson, Scott Anderson, Toni Armour, Chuck Axelberg, Mary Lou Bailey, Linda Baker, Marcella Barton, Dottie Barton. James Bates, Lynda Baxter, Bill Beasley, Alex Bell. Bill Berger. Jacquc Berry, Eric Berry, Lou Ann Blackwell. Edward Boatwright. Anthony Boyd, Alfred Boyd, Elizabeth Braddy, Pat Bray, Pat Bridgforth, Elgin Bright. Rocky Brittain, Brenda Brock, Roy Brockington, Bill Brooks, Camilla Brown, Dale Bruggeman, Lloyd Brunson. Harold Bryant. Zelda Burgess, Tam Busch, Henry Busch, Katheryn Butler, Julia Butler. Patricia Caney, Fern Carter, Joyce Cato, Broadus Cato. Grady Coffey. Pat Coffey, Patricia 52SOPHOMORES Coker, Judy Cole, George Collie, Butch Collins, Patricia Collins, Sheila Cook, Leonard Corson, Bonnie Courtney, Judy Creed, June Cushman, Sylvia Dance, Ronnie Davis, Bob Davis, Butch Davis, Jeff Davis, Jimmie Dehart, Glen Derrick, Diane Dickerson, Jane DeFlippo, Barbara DeFlippo, Virginia Doyle, Donna Drawdy, Jean Dunbar, William Dyches, Jimmy Eckardt, Barbara Eckel, Eleanor Elkin, Watson Emeneker, Sarah Eubanks, Mary Lois Flowers, Jean Flowers, Ronald Ford, Sonny Fowler, James Fowler, Larry Franklin, Billy Ray Frear, Barbara Freeman, Anne Fulmer, Clinton Fulmer, Linda Funderburg, Thelma Galloway, Harry Gardner, Charles 53SOPHOMORES Gardner, Linda Garvin, Annette Garvin, Olivia Gault, Frances Gibbons, Jo Ann Gilman, Dan Gingrey, Mary Eleanor Goldman, Henry Goodwin, Geneva Goodwin, Harry Goshorn, Bonnie Goss, Robert Gossett, Audra Grace, Carolyn Gregory, Robert Gregory, Ruth Gregory, Sandra Gunter, Gene Gunter, Lois Hahn, Sharon Hair, Edward Hall, Bettina Hall, Henry Hall, Leona Hall, Phyllis Hall ford, Bobby Hallman, Frank Hanna, Sheila Harden, Bill Harmstad, Charwin Hartley, Lewis Harton, Tom Harvey, Ann Hatfield, Hope Hawks, Dale Hayes, Doug Heath, Albert Heath, Carol Heath, Earline Heaton, Bill Helms, Tim Hepburn, Charles 54Hepburn, Frank Herron, Jimmie Herron, Judy Herron, Lottie Hite, Helen Hogan, Don Holley. Sandra Howard, Courtney Howington, Millard Hubbard, Tommy Hudson, Gerald Hunt, Barbara Hutto, Maureen Hydrick, Phil Hyman, William Johnson, Bclva Jean Johnson, Marie Johnson, Connie Johnson, Robby Johnson, Ronnie Johnson. Susan Jones, Hall Jordan, Mary Kaufman, Stephanie Kelley, Harold Key. Charles Key, John Kidd, Benny King, James Kimball, Danny Knox, Johnny Lawrence, Gretchen Leach. Brenda Lindell, Gail Lowe, Daniel Lowery, Fred Lybrand, Alice Macklin. Jim Markland, Marcia Marshall. Sue Martin, Anne Massey, Catherine SOPHOMORES 55SOPHOMORES Mathis, John Mathis, Roberta Maycnschein, Jack Mayenschein, Robert McCall, Bill McClain, Larry McCraney, Jack McGee, Carl McGinley, Nikki McMillan, Barbara McNair, Sandra Mellon, Connie Miller, Russell Mills, Danny Moore, Ardean Moore, Ray Morton, Billy Morris, Nelson Moseley, Jimmy Moseley, Stan Mundy, Mac Murray, Bruce Nichols, Gordon Nordeen, Glenn Olcott, Randy O’Rear, Steward Osbon, Naomi Owens, Cathy Patrick, Eddie Parker, Johnny Peacock, Harold Perry, Brenda Piech, Jeff Pierce, Fred Pinckney, Peggy Piper, Lynda Prichard, Ted Prince, Linda Proffit, David Propst, Roberta Radford. Sherry Ray, Johnnie 56Redd, Arnold Redd, Ponnic Reeves, Pattie Reynolds, Joseph Rhcineck, Mildred Richardson, Vincent Roberson, Martin Roberts, Greg Robertson, Jimmy Robinson, Mar jean Rodgers, Buck Rodgers, Eulalie Roe, Ralph Rogers, Clement Roland, Sonny Roundtree, Ann Royal, Pam Rutledge. Judy Salley, Linda Satterfield, Louise Scott, Gerald Scott, Katherine Scott, Sue Seymour, Judy Slayton, Arthur Smalley. Emmie Smiley, Dick Smith, Earline Smith, Marilyn Smoot, Chris Snipes, Dorothy Snipes, Gene Snitker, Arlene Snyder, Charles Speed, Elaine Spencer, Jimmy Spivey, Jane Sprawls, Martha Stacey. Jane Stewart, Billy Stewart, Larry Stevens, Charles SOPHOMORES 57SOPHOMORES Stevens, Ross Stiefel, Frances Stiles, Charles Striesfield, Pam Syphrit, Carolyn Taylor, Lester Teague. Phillip Thompson, Elizabeth Todd, Thomas Torchio, Marilyn Townes, George Turner, Rudy Tyler, Thomas Tyson, Charlotte Tyson, Judy Vander V x rt, Henry Vincent, Elaine Wallace, Pam Walton, Edde Watson, Judy Waugh, Virginia Weadon, Andy Weeks, Hilton Wells, Tommy Werner. Nan West, Margaret Wheat, Polly Wiland, Barbara Wilkie, Emily Wilkins, Patsy Williams, Jimmy Williams. Margaret Williamson, Stanley Willing, Dennis Willing, Linda Willis, Helen W illis, Jimmy Willis, Sandy Wolf, Alan W’ood, Arthur Wood, Brenda Wood, Jimmy 58Woodward, La Faye Woodward, Woody Wright, Drew Wright, Velma Yelverton, Donna Young, Wyman Youngblood, Kathleen Zumbrunnen, Paula 1. Bottoms up 2. See number fifteen 3. Esprit de corps 4. Sardines in a can 5. Three peas in a pod 6. Watch the birdie 1 7. Young and innocent 8. Cheese! 9. We’ll wait all nite if necessary! 10. Sweet Sue 11. Ponitail Pat 12. Sophomore Avalanche 13. Be prepared! 14. Again? 15. Refer to number two 16. One, two, ready, sing! 17. Pleasant dreams! 59STUDENT LIFE One of the best places SCHOOL SPIRIT can be found is in the extra-curricular activities one attends. Anywhere a group of students gathers, this spirit holds them together. The informal aspects of school life are recorded in the following section so that one can relive the 1959 school days.Contestants for May Queen pose before the student body. Early in September the students of Aiken Senior High tried to buckle down to the problems of studying again, but it was not easy to give up Jimmy Rogers for Shakespeare. Playing ping-pong and dancing to the music of Ricky Nelson, The Coasters, and Jimmy Rogers, the students spent many happy hours with, their friends at the Canteen. Numerous enjoyable evenings were spent at the movies; topping the “Don’t Miss” list were such spectaculars as “A Certain Smile,” “In Love and War,” and “Auntie Maine.” The evenings were usually climaxed by favorite snacks at a drive-in. School activities took up a large part of the students’ leisure time. The football season aroused the students’ spirit, and with an impressive send-off by the student body the team ended the season with a 25-13 victory over Parker High. Taking over the spotlight. the basketball teams opened the season with a triple victory over Graniteville. What’s this . . . Hydra????? 62 Aiken has its own smog problem.Many enthusiastic fans turned out for the games and were rarely disappointed by lack of exciting action. Baseball and track played equally important parts in rounding out the school’s sporting activities. Huge crowds of rock and rollers were seen at the various dances held throughout the year. The respective classes of A. H. S. sponsored dances as money-making projects. Several dances were given by school and social clubs merely for the enjoyment of those attending. Highlighting the school year were the Christmas Formal at the Bon Air Hotel and the Junior-Senior prom. Studying dominated! The week-end’s relaxation at the bridge table, in the court room with Perry Mason, in the auditorium with Charlie Brown, and at Beethoven’s birthday party was a welcome relief; however when mid-term exams rolled around, the midnight oil was burned throughout the week and on into the week-end. As the month of June drew near and graduation preparations began, student recalled many memories of a wonderful school year. "Double, double toil and trouble; fire burn and cal dron bubble.” “They told me 1 shouldn't fall asleep outdoors." The senior boys display another of their many talents.AHS CALENDAR AUGUST II HORNET staff assembled their ideas for the ’59 annual!!! 15 Mr. Herlong, Mr. Page, and Mr. Knight separated the men from the boys at the first football practice. 25 Hand practice began—oh, my feet! SEPTEMBER 4 School days are here again, but where are the freshmen? 5 Aiken met Columbia in the first football game of the season. 8 I just can’t get used to wearing shoes! 10 How many more days until June 5? 12 Aiken defeated E. B. C. 17 First semester Student Council members and homeroom officers were elected. 22 Mrs. Wheat, may I change my schedule? 26 Aiken Hornets bowed to Florence. 30 “Teen-Times” first published—look, kids, we’re in the papers! OCTOBER 3 Aiken vs Lancaster . . . 7 Pictures were taken for the HORNET . . . now what was I supposed to wear? 9 Aiken conquered Brookland-Cayce . . . great game, boys! 10 College Emphasis Day sponsored by NHS. 14 Six weeks tests . . . any help will be deeply appreciated. 17 Homecoming ... a glorious victory over Blue Ridge and a beautiful queen . . . con- Seniors set the style in fashion for Aiken Senior High School. gratulations. Janet; see you at the Sophomore Dance. 21 Report cards—any volunteers for .space-travel ? 25 HORNET drive started. 28 Earthworms arrived for Miss Barlow’s eager biology classes. 31 It’s Halloween . . . trick-or-treaters ring many doorbells; Aiken loses to Greenwood. NOVEMBER 3 Girls basketball team chosen . . . laps, laps, laps! 6 Better buy your HORNET! 7 Aiken vs. Anderson . . . let's go, Hornets. Pep Band provides music during the half.14 “I Speak For Democracy” Contest won by Kit McMillan. 19 Support the Seniorama!! 20 A. H. S. Band took first place in the Augusta Christmas Parade. 21 Aiken closed the football season with an exciting victory over Parker. 24 Boys work hard at basketball practice. 27 Thanksgiving . . . which way to Slen-derania ? DECEMBER 1 Only 24 days until Christmas. 4 Seniors presented the SENIORAMA . . . great work, Seniors! Hornet staff members have to be prepared for anything. JANUARY 1 Happy New Year—I suppose. 5 Aiken defeated Brookland-Cavce—yea, Aiken. 7 Make your HORNET payments. 10 Aiken vs. Lexington—basketball again. 14 A. H.S. well represented in the All-State Band. 16 Basketball game with L. B. C. 17 Aiken met Anderson on the basketball court. 19 Aiken vs. Graniteville—go, Hornets, go! 21 EXAMS!!!! 23 Senior Class presented A. H. S. with Hi-Fi. 26 Alt Revoir, Mr. Patrick; bonjour, Mr. Arnsdorff. 28 Miss HORNET candidates chosen. 30 Mrs. Bobo selected Teacher of the Year . . . we’re proud of you, Mrs. Bobo. FEBRUARY 2 Why order invitations—I’m not going to graduate anyway!! 3 Aiken fought a hard, but losing, battle with L. B. C. 10 Aiken defeated Batesburg-Leesvillc in spite of the flu. 13 Friday—are you superstitious? Aiken played North Augusta; Hornettes end season. 17 Aiken journeyed to Greenwood for game. 20 Are you still reading valentines? 26 Aiken faces Anderson for the last time. 27 Aiken vs. Greenville . . . the last game of the year. 28 Beta Club Convention in Columbia. 5 Aiken played Columbia in the opening basketball game. 10 Annual Talent Show . . . congratulations, Helen. 11 Let’s all go to the Junior Dance. 12 Triple victory over Graniteville—I still can't believe it!! 19 Christmas vacation ... a two-week parole! 22 Senior-Alumni Drop-In. 25 Merry Christmas!! 29 Christmas Formal given at the Bon Air . . . hope I can recuperate by New Years! Antidisestablishmenta nanism ?AHS CALENDAR MARCH 1 This wind is embarassing!! 4 May Day Attendants elected. 5 Let’s go hear tile juniors sing—wonderful show, Juniors. 7 Basketball teams honored with a barbe-que, given by the coaches. 9 Boys’ Intramurals started . . . Seniors were victorious! 10 HORNET staff burns the midnight oil. 12 N. H. S. Inductions . . . keep up the good work! 13 Miss Barlow and Mrs. Bobo got a new car—look out, pedestrians! 15 Beware the ides of March. 18 HORNET goes to press; staff goes to rest!! 20 Beta Club inducted sophomores; Student Council Dance enjoyed by all. 25 Girls Intramural games ... all played hard. 27 Just 264 more days until Beethoven’s birthday. Aiken Senior High School has its Dior, too. 28 Henry Vander Voort cops Science Fair Honor—happy sailing, Henry! Polly, Ar-dean, and Jimmy honor AHS with honorable mentions—congrats to you ! 29 Easter Sunrise Service conducted by Aiken Youth. 30 Who stole our Easter Monday? APRIL 1 You passed Senior English . . . April Fool! Aiken Senior Higli Sextette plus four. First Rmv: Roberta Dcbnam, Sandra Gcddings, Pat Miller, Mary Gollihugh, Teddie Jean Day, Jane Ramsey. Second Row: Charles Gardner, Bill McCall, Mike Ross. Jimmie Herron.4 April showers bring May flowers and droopy curls. 8 No faculty meeting today—we’re safe for a while. 9 Baseball is in full-swing. 11 French Forum—Parlez-vous franqais? 14 Aiken vs. Carlisle—knock a homer for me! 15 Band went to State Contest—good luck. 17 Aiken met Saluda in baseball. 18 If they don’t pave that parking lot, I’m going to buy a Chris-Craft instead of an M. G. 21 Happy Birthday, A. H.S! 24 Aiken vs. L. B. C.—take me out to the ball park! 27 Miss Barlow’s out chasing butterflies again! 30 Aiken faces Columbia in Columbia. Thank goodness April is over—where did they dig up that many standardized tests? ???? MAY 1 A beautiful May Day and a beautiful queen ... all this beauty makes me feel inferior! 2 Knights of Columbus Track Meet . . . cop those honors! 6 The juniors really are busy in the gym! 8 Junior-Senior was terrific . . . wonderful job, Juniors. 9 A. H. S. Student Body invades the beaches. 12 Will my back ever stop peeling? 16 Last chance to take College Boards. HORNET proof in—have fun Miss B. and Mrs. B. 21-22 Annual Band Show—a job well done. 25 To exempt or not to exempt—that is the question. 27 2 more days for seniors—poor sophs and juniors! 31 Baccalaureate Sermon. JUNE 1 EXAMS . . . how much does a rabbit’s foot cost ? 2 Seniors practice for graduation . . . poor Miss Gunter! Awards Day, too! 4 Hallelujah, I made it!!! 8 Beach parties . . . look out, Edisto! 14 How long is it until September 2? Top: Sophomores in the act of presenting their collection of rare books to the library. Bottom: Juniors and seniors start the Intramural Basketball Championship I’lay-Off. "I have never been so keyed up." Belmo: Students who don’t get to talk to their friends in class look them up in the lunchroom.SPORTS Surely the place where SCHOOL SPIRIT should be felt most is on the athletic field. Here one should express himself to the utmost and cheer the teams towards victory. Although the team may not attain this victory, one should never lose hope, for without undying spirit there can be no hope for success.FOOTBALL First Row: Bill Rorex, Dour Callahan, Phil Orsini, Sam Wcigle, Andrew KitchiiiRs, Jim Anderson, Tony Oshon, Richard Downing, .Mac Hanna. Second Roto: Dour Shawn, Jimmy Mills, Charles Bateman, Hank Leifcrntann, Thomas Weeks, Billy Whitfield, Ronald Flow ers. Lane Brown. Third Roto: Mike LannitiR, Joe Murray, Barry Thompkins, Roger Galloway, Frank Taylor. Fourth Row: Coach Grovei Page, Bill Prichard, Alex Beasley, Billy Morton, Rocky Bright, Boh Davis, Gene Gunter, Coach Bettis Hcrlong. SCORES H V Columbia..........................12 13 Langley-Bath-Clearwater .... 12 0 Carlisle Military Academy ... 6 6 Florence...........................0 32 Lancaster..........................6 24 Brookland-Cayce...................20 6 Blue Ridge........................26 0 Greenwood..........................6 20 Anderson...........................7 34 North Augusta......................0 26 Parker............................25 13 Mr. Grover Page, Mr. Bettis Herlong, and Mr. Billy Knight COACHES On August 15, 1958, the Aiken Senior High School football prospects met with Coach Bettis Herlong to begin practice for the rigid fall schedule of eleven games. Three weeks later on September 5, the Hornets fought a large and powerful Columbia High team at Hagood Stadium. After a thrilling and bonecrushing game with the highly-rated Capitals, the Hornets dropped the AAA classic 13-12. The next opponent was Langley-Bath-Clear-water. The Aiken eleven traveled to Clearwater Park, where they copped a 12-0 victory. September 19 found Aiken traveling to Carlisle Military Academy. Although hoping to come home with an overwhelming victory, the Hornets had to share the honors with the Cyclones 6-6. The next Friday night Aiken clashed with powerful Florence’s McClenaghan High Yellow Jackets in a class AAA game. The Hornets, whose defensive play was not up to par, lost the game 32-0. On October 3, the Green Hornets played Lancaster High in Lancaster. After a hard-fought battle, the Hornets ended up on the bottom of a 24-6 score. Bouncing back from two stunning defeats, the Hornets showed regained strength and a strong defense as they blasted Brookland-Cayce’s Bearcats 20-6 at Hagood Stadium on October 17. This game increased the morale of the Aiken team and fans. With the previous week's victory spurring them on, the Hornets whipped Blue Ridge 26-0 in the annual homecoming game. This victory brought Aiken’s season mark to 3-3-1. On October 31, Aiken met one of the state’s most powerful AAA clubs, the Greenwood Emeralds, on the Hagood gridiron. The Emeralds took advantage of several costly Aiken mistakes and triumphed over the Hornets 20-6. The following w-eek Aiken played host to Anderson High School. The Anderson squad took the advantage of the Hornets’ hospitality by upsetting Aiken 34-7. The Green Hornets then began preparing to trade stings with the Yellow Jackets of North Augusta High School. On November 14, theHornets traveled to North Augusta and met the Yellow Jacket squad on Lions’ Memorial Field. After four grueling quarters, the Hornets left the field suffering a 26-0 loss to the highly favored Yellow Jackets. The final game of the season was played against Parker High’s Golden Tornadoes. The Hornets drubbed the Greenville team 25-13, thus giving the Aiken club a 4-6-1 mark for the season. The Hornet victory also salvaged some of the early-season prestige they had lost in playing one of the toughest high school schedules ever played by Aiken boys. The 1958 edition of the Hornet football team played some terrific football. With such a fine season behind them, the Hornets are looking forward to the ’59 season with high hopes of becoming an even better and stronger ball club.Sam Weigle Richard Downing Doug Callahan Lane Brown Phil Orsini Two A. M. S. linemen plug up a hole in line as North Augusta fullback tries to drive through. Bill Prichard makes a shoestring tackle on a North Augusta halfback.Tony Osbon Jim Anderson Jimmy Mills Andrew Kitchens Bill Rorex Mac Hanna RETURNING PLAYERS First Roto: Doug Shawn, Mike I.anning. Charles Hate-man, H a n k I.eifcrmann, Thomas Weeks, Hilly Whitfield, Ronald Flowers. Second Rote: Alex Beasley, Billy Morton, Joe Murray, Barry Tompkins, Roger Galloway, Frank Taylor, Gene Gunter. Hob Davis. Third Rote: Tommy Wells, Ted Prichard. Rocky Bright, Wicky Moseley, Charles Stiles. Dick Smiley. Fourth Row: Dale Hailes, Dale Hawks, Richard Payton, Hilly Brockington, W o o d y Woodward, Albert Heath, Don Hogan, Kd Brunson. Fifth Rote: Tom Todd, Glen DeHart, Bunny Hair, Richard Penland, Harold Brunson. Glenn Xordeen, Vernon Childers, Hubert Rogers. Sixth Rote: Coach Grover Page, Coach Hilly Knight, Wesley Hilton, Coach Bettis Herlong.Hack Roiv: Roy Mills, Hobby Norton, Gene Kneece, Ed Hicks, Bob Davis, Gregg Roberts. Billy Franklin. Alex Beasley, Randall McFarland, Bobby Mayenschein. Front Row: Doug Jones, Danny Mills, Jim Macklen, Larry Stewart, Chris Smoot, Rayburn Adcock, Glen DeHart, Johnny Knox. Mr. Grover Pa c COACH BOYS’ The 1958-59 Hornet basketball team completed a good season for a young team—composed entirely of juniors and sophomores. Most of the hoys should return next year and with the experience gained from this past season should give Aiken Senior High a winning club. Although the team won but four out of nineteen games, many of those lost were dropped by a margin of fewer than six points. More games might have been won if the shots from the charity line had been more accurate. Coach Grover Page stated: “The teamwork of the boys was terrific, and not once did a single boy on the team give up during any game.” 74SCORES H V Columbia ... 40 44 Graniteville ... 40 38 Batesburg-Leesville . . . ... 38 45 Brookland-Cayce . . . 57 32 Lexington . . . 47 62 Nortli Augusta .... ... 49 59 L. B. C . . . 54 26 Anderson ... 26 38 Graniteville ... 44 67 Lexington ... 46 51 Columbia ... 49 60 L. B. C ... 44 47 Batesburg-Leesville . . . ... 67 49 North Augusta .... ... 46 52 Greenwood ... 45 62 Greenwood ... 45 59 Brookland-Cayce . . . . . . 39 54 Anderson ... 71 91 Parker ... 36 82 Ted Prichard MANAGER BASKETBALL Ed Hicks shoots a jump shot from the circle as Greenwood looks on. Alex Beasley makes a spectacular jump shot against the Emeralds.First Hour Janet Whitfield, Linda Sampson, Sandra Smith, Alma Green, Ann Parker, Sheila Hanna. Second Kmc: Virginia Waugh, Brooks Ellington, Martina Thweatt, Hilda Gilmer. Margie Lou Gaver. Third Kmc: Joan Spivey, Pant Royal, Boots Cothran, June Groves, Mary Lou Axelburg, Jan Watson, Judy Harding. GIRLS’ Mrs. Peggy Seigler COACH Coach Peggy Seigler, taking advantage of some excellent material, sent the Hornettes full steam into the 1959 season. Led by high scorers Brooks Ellington and Sandra Smith, the girls showed great potential throughout all ten games. The most thrilling game of the season was played against North Augusta. Leading at the half, the Hornettes staged a thrilling third quarter by outscoring the Yellow Jackettes and defeating them 33-22. This was just an inkling of the excitement the Hornettes had in store for the fans who faithfully attended their games. The female edition of the Hornets finished the season with a balanced 5-5 record. Although most of the first stringers are graduating, a fast moving team and many exciting games are expected for the 1960 season. 76SCORES H V Graniteville ... 2,7 29 Batesbttrg-Leesville . . . ... 33 11 Lexington ... 27 30 North Augusta .... ... 33 22 L. B. C ... 20 30 Graniteville . . . 37 38 Lexington ... 30 29 L. B. C . . . 31 49 Batesburg-Leesville . . . 31 21 North Augusta .... . . . 18 23 Olivia Holley and Marcia Norman MANAGERS BASKETBALL Brooks Ellington goes up for two. Faking off a guard. Brooks gets one away. THE 1958 TEAM First Row: Mac Hanna, Danny Mills, Tommy Day, Jim Anderson. Second Row: Roy Mills, Terry Joyner, Phil Orsini, Doug Jones, John Butler, Barry Booth. Third Roto: Alex Beasley, Doug Shawn, Ed Hicks, Bob Davis, Tony Osbon. BASEBALL Mr. Billy Knight COACH The 1958 edition of the Aiken High School baseball team won 10 games out of 12 starts. Led by the outstanding pitching of Doug Shawn and the excellent hitting of Bobby Butler, the club showed great sportsmanship and teamwork throughout all 12 games. The 1959 Hornets are expecting an even better year with the return of all experienced let-termen except John Butler, Bobby Butler, Barry Booth, and Terry Joyner.TRACK Although the track team lacked needed depth and experience, the 1958 Hornet Cindermen turned in a fine season. After a very close contest, they managed to retain the Knights of Columbus trophy. Lettermen returning for the 1959 season are: Bill Rorex, Sam Piercy, Charles Bateman, Rocky Bright, John Knox, Bill Whitfield, and Bill Brockington. Mr. Bettis Herlong COACH I:irsl Row: Wayne Williams, Lloyd Perry, Frank Hepburn, Gene Christensen, Raburn Adcock. Ken Parrish, Johnny Knox. Second Row: Billy Whitfield, Richard Downing, Rocky Bright, Sam Picrcy, Billy Brockington, Robert Grace. Richard Payton. Charles Bateman. Third Roto: Mike Canning. Bill Rorex, Henry Hall, Ronnie Wood, Billy Morton, Ted Prichard, Hubert Rogers, George Spruell, Lloyd Bunting.ACTIVITIES One of the best ways of expressing SCHOOL SPIRIT is through service to the school. Each time a club takes on a project, it is helping the school increase in stature. As the school improves, so will SCHOOL SPIRIT. It is up to each individual to see that both of them do increase!FIRST SEMESTER COUNCIL First Row: Judy Tyson, Bill Prichard, Charlotte Tyson. Ed Hicks, Florence McElmurray, Mike Lanning, Beverly Morgan, Bobby Snyder, Deborah Walker, Richard Waugh. Second Row: Linda Howard, Charles Bateman, Alma Green, Bill Baxter, Marsha Markland. Rocky Bright, Pat Russell, Ted Prichard, Ginger Hollingsworth. Third Row: Virginia Waugh, Buck Laird. Olivia Garvin, Dale Bailes, Judy Seymour, Sam Weigle, Pam Royal, Phil Orsini, Sheila Hanna. Fourth Row: Brenda Gantt, Tommy Hubbard, Drew Wright, Bobby Norton, Frances Steifel, Julia Butler, Richard Downing, Crystal Olsen. Fifth Rote: Betty Jean Shuler, Chris Smoot. Linda Thomas, Diane Barber, Henry Busch, Faye McTaggart, Lewis Hartley, Susan Zimmerman, Tom Todd. STUDENT COUNCILPat Henson, PRESIDENT Susan Zimmerman watches lunch line progress. Mrs. Betty Owen, ADVISER During its first year as a senior high school. Aiken Senior High School faced many new and puzzling problems. Under the leadership of Pat Henson and Mrs. Owen these problems were solved with unquestionable success, and the spirit of the school was greatly boosted through Student Council’s efforts. Advised by Mrs. Betty Owen, the members of this organization sponsored many projects. A few of these projects were selling ball point pens, directing the annual talent show, and sponsoring the Christmas bulletin board contest. Student Council also conducted the student body elections, revised the Student Handbook, and rewrote the Constitution of the school. SECOND SEMESTER COUNCIL First Roiv: Tommy Coward. Kenneth French, Ardean Moore, Alma Green, Karla Mollath, Charlene Boyd, Marcia Norman. Second Row: Sarah Slade, Drew Wright, Judy Tyson, Beth Wise, Emily Shuler, Terry Giboney, Glenda Lackey, Susan Zimmerman, Elaine Yonce. Third Rout: France Steifcl, Judy Courtney, Anne Freeman, Eleanor Eckle, Margie Lou Gaver, Martina Thweatt, Judy Howard, Janet Whitfield, Jimmy Mills. Fourth Rcnv: Camilla Brooks, Fern Caney, Annette Garvin, Olivia Garvin, Peggy Pinckney, Mary Lou Axleberg. Fifth Roto: Woody Raborn. Ted Prichard, Bobby Norton. Mike Walker. Henry Hall, John Yearwood, Charles Bateman. Sixth Row: Bill Heaton, Butch Collie, Hank Davis, Henry Busch, Gene Christensen, Andrew Kitchings, Tommy Hubbard, Thomas Brewer.Early in the month of August, the Aiken Senior High HORNET staff, with an enthusiastic spirit of producing the greatest HORNET ever, began the yearly drive for advertisements. As the campaign progressed and money began to come in, the staff, donned in thinking caps, suggested and discussed many new ideas for the theme of the yearbook. After the final decision was made, many long hours were spent in preparing the different sections and the ’59 HORNET began to take shape. HORNET STAFF Jo Ann Eckardt. BUSINESS MANAGER; Polly Wheat, ASSISTANT COPY EDITOR; Susan Zimmerman, SUBSCRIPTION EDITOR; Butch Davis, PHOTOGRAPHER; Boots Cothran, COPY EDITOR; Vicky Poole. ADVERTISING MANAGER. Richard Waugh EDITORSeated: Judy Morris, SENIOR CLASS EDITOR; Carolyn Vandcr Voort, FEATURE EDITOR; Sarah Slade, SENIOR CLASS EDITOR. Standing: Richard Waugh, EDITOR; Margie Lou Gaver, ASSISTANT FEATURE EDITOR; Tony Hamilton, SPORTS EDITOR; Terry Giboney, ART EDITOR. Prentiss Booth, ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR; Peter Van Zile, JUNIOR CLASS EDITOR; Jack Urban. ASSISTANT EDITOR; Henry Vander Voort, SOPHOMORE CLASS EDITOR. With the subscription drive well underway and the main ideas of the yearbook assembled, the HORNET staff settled down to the difficult job of working out the minor details. All of the puzzling problems were tackled and solved by the determination of the staff and the constructive criticism of the faculty adviser, Miss Mary Lou Barlow. After the annual went to press in March, the HORNET staff eagerly awaited the return of the combined pictures and copy which they hoped would compose a hook long to be remembered by the students of Aiken Senior High School. Jo Ann Eckardt BUSINESS MANAGER 85First Rmv: Betty Wyman, Margie Herron, Elaine Yonce, Anne Dunbar, Judy Morris, Sarah Slade, Jo Ann Eck-ardt, Pat Henson, Betty Jean Shuler. Second Row: Carolyn Vandcr Voort, Glenda Lackey, Lynn Allen, Boots Cothran, John Wallenburg, Jack Urban, Richard Waugh, Ken French, Annie Lynn Howell, Mrs. Margaret Bobo, ADVISER. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Character, scholarship, leadership, and service—these are the principles upheld by the National Honor Society, which strived to develop these traits in the students of Aiken Senior High School. A few of their projects were organizing the program on College Emphasis Day, compiling and selling copies of the student directory, sometimes substituting for absent faculty members, acting as hosts on Parents’ Night, assisting in the office, and serving as teacher assistants. On October 3, 1958, eleven members of the senior class were inducted into the Aiken Senior High Chapter in an impressive service. The second induction, in which eight juniors were inducted into the chapter, took place in March. Under the advisership of Mrs. Margaret Bobo, the society has accomplished much for the good of Aiken Senior High School and has effectively aroused the desire for scholastic achievement. Jo Ann Eckardt, SECRETARY Judy Morris, VICE-PRESIDENT Ken French, TREASURER Mrs. Bobo, ADVISER Lynn Allen, PRESIDENT 86BETA CLUB Kneeling: Marilyn Smith, Arlene Snitfcer. Anne Freeman. Second Kmc: Mrs. Anita Ratch-(„rd. ADVISER; Judy Tyson, Virginia Waugh, Polly Wheat, Mary Lou Axelburg, Earline Smith. Fern Caney, Ardean Moore. Charlotte Tyson. Third Kmc: George Townes, Jeff Piech, Steward O'Rear, Alex Beasley, Gregg Roberts, Doug Hayes, Ross Stevens, Henry Vander Voort, Jimmy Willis. The Aiken Chapter of the National Beta Club, advised by Mrs. Anita Ratchford, held its inductions during both semesters. For membership in the Beta Club a person must possess the qualities of achievement, leadership, character, and service; these qualities are the keys to the club. This organization, composed of sophomores only, engendered many projects this year, including sponsoring a clean-up campaign and buying hi-fi records anti a record stand for the school. The club sent delegates to the annual Beta Club Convention in Columbia in March. X-PONENTS CLUB Reviewing the fundamentals of algebra, preparing for algebra on the college level, reviewing for College Entrance Tests, and sampling new fields of math were some of the accomplishments of the X-Ponents Club this year. This club, in its second year at Aiken Senior High School, devoted one of its two meetings per month to practical drill in algebra and the other to a program dealing with an interesting phase of mathematics. The X-Ponents Club was advised by Mrs. Mary An. Wheat. Sealed: Bill Baxter, Walter Courtney, Peter Van Zile, Steve Griffin, Judy Morris, George Townes, Jeff Piech, Harold Kelly, Jimmy Willis. Second Kmc: Mrs. Mary An. Wheat, ADVISER: Lang Moore, Melinda N u e s s 1 e, Barbara Weeks, Polly Wheat, Julia Butler. Ardean Moore, Martha S p r a w I s. Henry Vander Voort. Third Kmc: Patty Winter. Nan Werner, Penny Fletcher, Greg Roberts, Bobby Conrad, Sam Piercy, Larry Wiles.Seated: Dale Brown, Henry Busch. Kay Moore, Chris Smoot, Bill Heaton, Russell Miller. Seated: Drew Wright, Sue Marshall. Jacquc Berger, Barbara McMillan. Charwin Harms tad, Joyce Carter, Betty Brea zeale. Sue Scott, Linda Bailey, Nell Dean Clark, Sarah Dychcs, Judy Howard, Fulianne McGraw, Ann Harvey. Kneeling: Judi Courtney, Judy Tyson. Standing: Linda Riper, Anne Freeman, Barbara Kckardt, Jane Dickerson, Pam Royal, Judy Seymour, Beth Boyd, Mary Ann Perry. Miss Sylvia Pitts, ADVISER: Brenda Jones, Barbara Kitchings, Bettina Hall, Charlotte Tyson, La Faye Woodward, Helen Hite, Connie Johnson, Hilda Gilmer, Patsy Collins. ' FRENCH CLUBS Because of the great number of students taking French courses at Aiken Senior High School and because of a great interest in the language, the French Club grew this year to such a size that it was necessary to divide this organization into two groups, one advised by Mrs. Helen Butler and the other advised by Miss Sylvia Pitts. Consisting of “A” and “B” students from classes of first- and second-year French, the club presented programs which enriched the students’ knowledge of French culture, history, and pronunciation. The French Club met once a month and attended the state meeting of foreign language students. First Rote: Kathryn Scott, Kit McMillan. Lang Moore. Deborah Walker, I.outricia Carter, Vicky Poole, Pat Herron, Donna Me-Cready, Butch Davis, Julia Butler, Ivarlinc Smith. Second Row: Carolyn Wander Yoort, Geneva Goodwin, Barbara Weeks, Melinda Xuessle, Nancy Pcnix, Tilly Harper, Jane Seigler, Sandra Gregory, Faye Wood, Crystal Olsen, Polly Wheat. Third Rmv: Judy Morris, Patsy Wilkins, Jack Urban, Nancy Hall, Charlene Boyd, Sylvia Hall, Sharon Tedrow, Glenda Lackey, Ginny Lou Murphy, Ardean Moore. Fourth Roiv: Jan Watson, Terry Giboney, Emily Shuler. Ginger Hollingsworth, John Wallenhurg, Mrs. Helen Butler, ADVISER: Mike L a n n i n g. Henry V’ander V'oort. Fifth Rmv: Steve Griffin. W alter Courtney, Alan Wolf, George Townes.LATIN CLUB Seated: Julia Butler, Carolyn ('.race, Eleanor Eckel, Martha Sprawls, Mary Lou Axcimtrg, Mary Jordan, Virginia Waugh, Arlene Snitker, Kathcryn Scott, Elizabeth Thompson, Marilyn Smith, Pat Oglctrec, Ardean Moore, Earline Smith, Gretchen Lawrence. Bonnie Miller, Fern Caney, Emily Wilkie, P ol 1 y Wheat. Standing: Gordon Nick-ols, George Townes, II a r o 1 1 Kelly, Bill Baxter, Greg Roberts, Wicky Moseley, Alex Beasley, Alan Wolf, Randy Oleott, Jeff Piech, Mrs. Helen Butler, ADVISER. Through programs centered around Roman history and mythology, the Latin Club greatly benefited its members. Under the leadership of Mrs. Helen Butler, the club members expanded their knowl- edge of Roman customs during monthly meetings and attended the spring Latin Forum in Rock Hill. CHORUS Striving to develop both a knowledge of the making of music and a love for the art of music itself, the chorus did much to further the general appreciation of rhythm and melody. It was successful in promoting school spirit through its various activities. Highlighting its activities this year was the annual spring concert in May. It also participated in May Day, commencement exercises, and assembly programs. The chorus was under the direction of Mrs. Marlene Colcolough. Front Row: Charlene Allin, Jane Kam cy, Pat Miller. Vera Snipes, Patricia Snij cs. Geneva Satterfield. Second Row: Pat Massingale. Mvra Fentress, Donna Yelverton, Pat Boyd. Carol Heath, Maureen Hutto, Zclda Bryant. Third Rote: I«ois ('.’inter, Belva Johnson, Sandra Ged-dings. Pat Russell, Jessie Lee Fox, Carolyn Matthews, Helen Owens. Fourth Row: Brenda Perry, Roberta Dchnam. Sheila Collins, Mildred Rheineck. Bonnie Corson, Betty I«ott, Lottie Herron, Myra Byers. Fifth Row: Morris Macklcn, Jimm.e Herron. Watson Elkin. Bill Harden, Danny Kimball. Charles Gardner, Larry Fowler. Sixth Rote: Bill McCall, Hilton Weeks, Arthur Wood, Mike Ro s, Fona Anderson. Mrs. Marlene Colcolough, DIRECTOR.Marching Band AIKEN HIGH BAND OFFICERS Dale Losey, Pitner Traughber, Hank Davis, Buck Laird, Bobby Conrad, Steward O’Rear, Julie McGraw, Linda Thomas, Elizabeth T x le, Pat Coffey, Margie Lou Gaver, Mr. William Slaughter, DIRECTOR.SCHOOL BANDS FLUTES: Annie Lynn Howell. Margie Lou Gaver, Linda Thomas, Mary Eleanor Gingrey. PICCOLO: Julie fr-Graw. OBOE: Polly Wheat. ALTO SAXOPHONE: Charleen Venning, Hope Hatfield. TENOR SAXOPHONE: Jeff Davis. BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Dan Gilman. FRENCH HORN: Steward O’Rear, Ross Stevens. Sue Scott. BARITONE: Crystal Olsen. TROMBONE: Pitner Traughber, Bill Baxter, Paula Zumbrunnen. BASSES: Barrie Mason, John Wallenburg. CLARINETS: Dale Losey, Elizabeth Ann Toole, Pat Coffey, Carolyn Grace, Patty Winter, Barbara Kitchings. ALTO CLARINET: Donna McCready. BASS CLARINET: Frances Stiefel. TRUMPETS : Bobby Conrad, Phil Hydrick, Katheryn Busch, Hank Davis, Bob Propst. PERCUSSION: Buck Laird. Tommy Hubbard, Bonnie Goshorn. SYMPHONIC BANDPEP BAND Standing: Barrie Mason, Bill Baxter, Lewis Groover, Pitncr Trough her, Crystal Olsen, Polly Wheat, Tommy Hubbard, Buck Laird, Jeff Davis, Johnny Knox, Phil Hvdrick, Hank Davis. Kneeling: Margie I,ou Gaver, Annie Lynne Howell, Linda Thomas. Carolyn Grace, Patty Winter, Steward O’Rear, Sue Scott. Ross Stevens. Hope Hatfield, Char-leen Venning, Dale Losey, DIRECTOR. The Pep Hand, composed of several regular band members and led by Dale Losey, did much toward stimulating more SCHOOL SPIRIT through the medium of music. This organization has played a large part in pep rallies, sport events, and assembly exercises. F. F. A. Among the many projects of the Future Farmers of America Club this year were such things as planting a small nursery on the back campus, placing trees and shrubs around the school building, and beautifying the front campus through the planting of grass and numerous small plants. This organization has striven toward helping boys study agriculture and improvements in methods of farming. The F. F. A., under the supervision of Mr. Alvin H. Hawkins, has helped to strengthen the spirit at Aiken Senior High School by giving the student body a campus of which they were proud. Seated: Jack Barton, Nelson Morris, Edward Blackwell. Watson Elkin, Tom Tyler, Wayne Gunter. Second Row: Gene Gunter, Everetts Gregory. Davis Snipes. Tollic Holsenback, William Jordan. Ralph Roe, James Gregory, Mr. Alvin Hawkins. Third Rmv: Steve Eubanks, Martin Roberson, Wayne Barron, Ronnie Wood, Thomas Shealy, James Barton, Hampton Carter, Jimmie Stevens, Morris Mackleu. Standing: Albert Heath, Billy Hearn, Russell Redd. Dennis Willing. Bobby Caudle, Dan I-owe, Charles Day. Jim Baughman, Joe Brackett. James Moore, Andy Weadon, Leonard Cook, Roliert Day, Bruce Murray. FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB First Row: Linda Sampson, Barbara Weeks. Tilly Harper, Olivia Holley, Jan Watson, Meredith Cozart, Susan Zimmerman, Ginny I ou Murphy, Mary Ann Perry, Pat Oglctree. Second Rate: Lang Moore, Charlene Boyd, Barbara Kitchings, Julianne MeGraw, Jane Ramsey, Brenda Simmons, Miss Sylvia Pitts. ADVISER; Sarah Dychcs, Ann Parker, Rhea Lask, Jane Sciglcr, Pat Herron, Pat Beatty. Third Row: Glenda I.ackcy, Della Herde, Marilyn Drawdy, Pat Miller, Judy Harding, Linda Carter, Delores Wells, Sharon Tedrow. The Future Teachers Club, advised by Miss Sylvia Pitts, was composed of members who gained much practical experience in the field of teaching by serving as substitute teachers in the elementary schools. By substituting, F. T. A. members also obtained a greater understanding of the rewarding career of teaching. In its fourth year at Aiken Senior High School, the Future Teachers Club contributed much to the spirit and well-being of the school. By creating wider interests in reading and expanding knowledge in the use of the library, the Library Club, under the supervision of Mrs. Jessie Lee Hutto, has done much for Aiken Senior High School. This active organization attended the District meeting at L. B. C. High School on October 9, 1958, sponsored a bulletin board contest during National Education Week and National Library Week. The club honored the teachers on National Teachers Day by presenting them with flowers LIBRARY CLUB decorated with their college colors. First Row: Buddy King. Elaine Yoncc, Jane Davenport, Betty Brcazeale, Elizabeth Boyd, Mo-zcll Fox, Rebecca Barnes. Second Rote: Linda Willing, Dale Brown, Linda Price, Barbara Wright, Earlinc Smith, Sharon Hahn, Nell Dean Clarke. Roberta Wagar. Third Rote: Shirley Day. Charles Stiles, Peggy Hcilig, Iris Fulmer, Mary Lou Axclhurg, Sheridan McCoy, Ray Moore.CANTEEN STAFF Ken Salley, Elaine Yonce, Edwin Greer. Rodney Montgomery, Clement Rogers, Nelson Morris, John Willis. Mr. John Eubanks, ADVISER. Volunteering its services during the lunch periods, the Canteen Staff, advised and directed by Mr. John Eubanks, has become a popular organization at Aiken Senior High School. The profits from the canteen were used to help buy some of the necessities for the extra-curricular activities at A. H. S. In recent years athletic equipment, shrubbery, and new band uniforms have been purchased from canteen profits. F. H. A. First Rote: Gerry Adams, Mary Key, Rhea I,ask, Lois Gunter, Vera Snipes, Evelyn Stone. Alice Ly brand, Emmie Smalley. Roberta Mathis, Gloria Holley. Second Row: Mary Jordan, Eliz-.'•l eth SpdKbury. Elaine Speed, Theresa Stokes. I at Snipes, Jean Flowers, Sandy Willis, Jane Seigler, Linda Carter, Barbara Dehillipo. Third Rare: Carolyn Osbon, Donna Yelverton. Martha Jean Heath, Becky Hutto, Carol Heath. Linda Salley, Phyllis Hall. Linda Bates. LaDell Bur-oughs, Shirley Payton. Fourth Row: Miss Pat Tuten, Mrs. Holley, Carolyn Ferguson, lean Drawdy. Esther Owens, Judy Rorex. Margaret Williams, Carolyn Syphrit, Joan Spivey, Jane Spivey, Ann Swanner, Marilyn Drawdy. Striving to develop competent leadership, stimulate well-rounded personalities among its members, and interest girls in the improvement of homes and communities were some of the aims of the Aiken Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America. During the past year, this group, directed and advised by Mrs. Joyce Holley, held several bake sales, provided Christmas gifts, decorations, and dinner for a needy family, and planned and prepared a Mother-Daughter Banquet.AUDIO VISUAL CLUB Seated: Charles Marvin, Scott Anderson, Billy Whitfield. Rocky Bright, Larry Wiles, Henry Goldman, Ray Moore. Standing: Gene Gunter, Charles Stiles. George Stumpf, Pete Van Zile, Bob St. John, Lloyd Perry, Mike Ross, Jeff Picch, Prank Harmstad. Cataloging phonograph records and films in the library; operating the public address system for football games, basketball games, and assemblies; improving the audio-visual supplies and equipment of Aiken Senior High School were some of the activities of the Audio-Visual Club. The main purpose of this organization was to operate movie projectors, tape recorders, and phonographs for the school and to provide extra-curricular activities for students interested in electronics. The group was advised by Mrs. Jessie Lee Hutto. This year the school buses transported nearly 1,600 students to and from schools daily. From this, one can easily see the importance of the work of the Bus Drivers Club. Its main objective was the attainment of a safe and well-organized school transportation system. To further this aim the Bus Drivers Club presented a Bus-1 )river-of-the-Year Award to the driver with the most outstanding record. BUS DRIVERS CLUB First Ron': Ronald Flowers, John Willis. Tommy Day, Grady Roe, Joe Reynolds, Jack Barton, Dale Bajles, John Hatcher, Davis Snipes, Ronald l.ycll. Second Row: Joe Brackett, Steve Eubanks. Norm a n Cunningham, Gerald Wilson, Buddy Baynham, Jimmy Baughman. James Gregory, Allen York. Frank Harmstad, Fred Smith. Third Raze: James Hay, Jimmie Stephens. Tony Hamilton. Ed Hicks. Hampton Carter, Raymond Bedcnbaugh. Lett rande Johnson, Bill Mattocks, Wayne Gunter. Sherman Cockrell, Ronnie Wood, George Stumpf. James Herzog.A. H. S. CABINET First Rote: Billy Cooper, Chuck Simons, Pat Henson, Alex Beasley, Thomas Weeks, Johnny Knox. Second Rare: Judy Morris, Dale Losey, Carolyn Vandcr Voort, Bohhy Conrad, Mozell Fox, Frank Harmstad. Third Rate: Hampton Carter, Pat Massingale, Woody Raburn, Teddy Jean Day, Tony Osbon, Carolyn Osbon. Fourth Rote: Richard Waugh Meridith Cozart, Phil Orsini, Polly Wheat, Carry Wiles, Virginia Waugh. Organized this year by Mr. J. O. Willis, principal, the Aiken Senior High School Cabinet is composed of the heads of all clubs and organizations which have been approved by Council. Although the Cabinet has no legislative power, important school matters are discussed at meetings and some valuable recommendations have been made to Council. The Cabinet is under the direction of Mr. J. O. Willis, who designates the time and place of all meetings. D. E. CLUB The Distributive Education Club, advised by Miss Margaret Cato, is composed of students taking D. K. courses at A. H. S. Through part-time jobs and monthly meetings, the members of the D. E. Club gain valuable experience and knowledge in the business world and prepare themselves for chosen vocations. During the past year the D. E. Club participated in many projects. A few of these projects were collecting food for a needy family at Christmas, entering various state contests, and attending both the district meeting in Sumter and the state convention in Columbia. The D. E. Club was also awarded a one-star plaque by the Sears Roebuck Foundation for constructive club work. First Rote: Robert Gregory. Rodney Montgomery, Lewis Whittle. Henry Raborn, Richard Richardson. Ronald Flowers, Tommy Day. Second Rote: J. T. Scott. Hampton Carter, Jimmy Waites. Ted Johnson. Norman Cunningham, Gerald Wilson. Third Rote: Bob Caudle, Reginald Derrick, Bill Mattocks. Rev Worley. L. V. Herron, Faye McTaggart, Eve-lyn Young, Miss Margaret Cato. ADVISER.BLOCK “A” CLUB First Row: Linda Howard, Deanna DuVall. Margarette Damcwood. Florence McEImurray, Vicky Poole, Janet Whitfield. Second Row: Hobby Norton, Ed Hicks, Alex Beasley, Tommy Day, Charles Batema n, Frank Hepburn, Lloyd Bunting, Hilly Brockington, Johnny Knox, Lloyd Perry, Wayne Williams. Third Row: Andrew Kitchings. Hill Rorex, John Hatcher, Sam Weigle, Jim Anderson, Doug Callahan, Hilly Whitfield, Rocky Bright, Richard Payton, Ken Parrish, Jimmy Mills. Fourth Rou : Hob Davis, Joe Murray, Doug Shawn, Roy Mills, Doug Jones, Danny Mills. George Spruell, Rayburn Adcock, Harry Tompkins. Richard Penland. Fifth Rare: Richard Downing. Marcia Norman, Sandra Smith. Mike Lanning. Tommy Weeks, Billy Morton, Henry Hall, Ted Prichard. Chuck Simons, Robert Grace. Sixth Row: Richard Waugh. Tony Osbon, Hubert Rogers. Boots Cothran. Lane Brown, Linda Sampson. Mac Hanna, Hill Prichard. Phil Orsini, Gene Christensen, Brooks Ellington, Carl McGee. Carolyn Osbon, Eddie Seiglcr, Ronnie Wood, Sam Piercy. The cheerleaders, enthusiastically leading the cheering section at football games, basketball games, and pep rallies, have proved themselves to be an indispensable part of the sports program at Aiken Senior High School. This group has accomplished much in boosting SCHOOL SPIRIT and placing confidence in the players by faithfully attending all football and basketball games. Practicing through the long hot summer months, the cheerleaders, headed by Florence McEImurray, reviewed many old cheers and also succeeded in perfecting some new ones. CHEERLEADERS Ponnic Redd, Linda Howard. Florence McEImurray, Head Cheerleader; Ken Parrish, Vicky Poole. Deanna DuVall, Margarette Damcwood.SENIOR THE BALCONY SCENE A Man Mike McMillan His Friend Langdon Ellington A Mother Pat Kennedy Her Daughter Betty Wyman A Wife Ann Dunbar Her Husband John Wallenburg A Gangster Mac Hanna A Girl Lynn Allen PEST GUEST Daisy Bradford, a celebrity hound Pat Miller Sue Bradford, her older daughter Jenny Foster Amy Bradford, a younger daughter Jane Ramsey Marthanna Mudge, "Henglish" cook Sherri Ann Beaty Slats Slater, Sue's heart interest Jack Urban Buddy Rose, Amy’s ditto George Seigler Randolph Stoddard, a novelist—alias Jack Carlton Charles Copley Pomona Potts, a gawky maid—alias Mary Jones Tilly HarperPRODUCTIONS Grandpa and Grandma fondly recollect forty Cindy tells Sam that hillbilly years of marriage. marriage is for her. JUNIOR Again departing from tradition, this year’s Junior Class chose to present a three-act musical comedy entitled "Up On Old Smoky.” There was a cast of over seventy people; the majority of the performers were juniors, although several sophomores contributed their talents. The story depicted the romantic notions of hillbilly folk in a remote mountain village. Despite irate fathers and other complications, the play moved on to a satisfying climax. Sparked by the light-hearted singing of the mountain choir, “Up On Old Smoky” can go down in Aiken Senior High history as a marked success. The city slicker. Bill, pours out his heart in a love The Mountaineer chorus awaits the cue. song. 99FEATURES Although there are few times that one associates SCHOOL SPIRIT with beauty, he should never fail to realize the importance of both. Without the beautiful surroundings of each new day, one can never hope to be inspired towards the ideals of SCHOOL SPIRIT.PRESENTING WtoPat attf MISS HORNET 1959 OUU- Chosen by Joanne Woodward and Paul NewmanHOMECOMING QUEEN 104MAY QUEEN 105dizaleth SI a ir, JUNIOR CLASS SPONSOR Drancei Dreed, SENIOR CLASS SPONSOR Camilla Erooli, SOPHOMORE CLASS SPONSOR Sandra Cdoyal, MAID OE HONOR CAMPUS 106BEAUTIES MISS HORNET CONTESTANTS: Patricia tPeatty, (daroftjn Uunder Joorl, Vldargarelte 2)ametuood, Vjorma WjcYjair 107Now as the school year comes to a close, we look hack to see how SCHOOL SPIRIT has helped its attain our goals. The seniors have been driven on through many weak moments by this conception, and they have finally reached the first of their many goals in life. The underclassmen have advanced another year and are well on the way to receiving diplomas. Many times all of us have felt the urge to quit, but something seemed to compel us to continue. Many times we have seen faults in our school and have tried to correct them. Many times we have felt invigorated and have shown our love for our school. Whether we scored the winning touchdown in a football game or whether we picked up a piece of paper on the school grounds, we have shown our love for our school and our respect for its high ideals. All these many incidents have been the result of our SCHOOL SPIRIT shining through. The 1959 HORNET staff would like to thank each of you who have helped in any way to put this yearbook together. Although you will never be formally recognized. you have done far more than can ever be expressed. I, the editor, should like to thank especially Miss Mary Lou Barlow, our adviser, who never failed to give us the help we needed; Mrs. Margaret Bobo, who spent many long hours proofreading; Mr. James O. Willis, our principal, who, with the rest of the faculty, gave us much needed cooperation. I should also like to thank the 1959 HORNET staff, especially the senior members, who gave many long hours of their time to make this book a success. Finally, I wish to thank Mr. E. T. O'Cain, our printer, whose patience and help inspired us to publish this annual, and Terry Giboney for her art work in this book. We should now like to present a challenge to the rising classes: Continue developing the fine ideals that have been laid down by classes before you. Always keep the light of SCHOOL SPIRIT burning brightly. Reread your 1959 HORNET and realize the importance of SCHOOL SPIRIT, and always keen it visible for others. —Richard Waugh, Editor. iosSTUDENT - FACULTY INDEX Adcock, Rayburn 46, 74. 79, 97 Adams, Geraldine 46. 94 Aiken, Jeanne 46 Allen, Lynn 20, 45, 86, 98 Allin, Charlene . 20. 89 Anderson, Brenda . 20, 89 Anderson, Jim 20, 44. 70. 73, 78, 97 Anderson, Scott 52 Anderson, Tom 52 Armour, Chuck 52 Austin, Linda 46 Axelberg, Mary Lou .... 52, 76, 83, 87, 89, 93 Bailes, Dale 20. 42, 73, 82 Hailes, David 46 Bailey, Linda ...52, 88 Baker, Marcella 52 Barber, Diane . . 20, 82 Barnes, Rebecca 46 Barton, Dorothy 52 Barron, Wayne . 20. 92 Barton, lack .20, 92 Barton, James 52, 92 Bateman, Charles 46, 70, 73, 79, 82, 83. 97 Bates, Lynda ....52, 94 Baughman, J immy 46, 92 Baughman, Ruth 21 Baxter, Bill 52, 82. 87. 89, 94, 92 Baynham, Buddy 46 Bearden, Wilton 46 Beasley, Alex ■ 52, 70, 73, 74. 75, 78, 82. 87. 89, 95. 97 Beaty, Sherri Ann 21, 98 Beatty, Pat ...21, 93 Bedenbaugh, Raymond . 21 Bell, Myrtie 46 Bell. Biil 52 Berger, Jacque — 52. 88 Berry, Eric 52 Berry, Lou Ann 52 Blackmon, Rachel 52 Blackwell, Edward ....52, 92 Boatwright. David 52 Bomba, Bonnie 21 Booth, Prentiss ...46, 85 Boyd, Alfred 52 Boyd, Charlene 46, 00 u 8§ 93 Boyd, Beth ...52, 88 Boyd. Patsy . . .21, 89 Brackett. Joe 46, 92 Braddy, Pat 52 Bray, Patricia 52 Breazeale. Betty 46, 88. 93 Brewer, Thomas . 46. 83 Bridgeforth. Elgin 52 Bright, Rocky 52. 70, 73. oo £ 97 Brittain, Brenda 52 Brock, Roy 52 Brockington. Billy 52. 73. 79. 97 Brooks, Camilla 52. 83 Brown, Dale 52, 88. 93 Brown, Lane 21. 70. 72. 97 Brown, Opal 46 Bruggeman, Lloyd Arthur 52 Brunson. Ed 46. 73 Brunson, Harold ....52, 73 Bryant. Zelda Mae ....52, 89 Bunch. Ann 46 Bunting, Lloyd 46, 79. 97 Burgess, Tam 52 Burroughs, La Dell 46. 94 Busch, Henry 52. 82, 83. 89 Busch, Kathervn . . 52. 91 Butler. Julia 52, 82, 87, 88. 89 Butler. Patricia 52 Byars. Myra 46, 89 Callahan. Douglas 21, 70, 97 Callahan, Judy 46 Caney, Fern 52, 83, 87, 89 Carter. Hampton 22. 92, 96 Carter, Joyce 52 Carter, Linda 46, 93, 94 Carter. Loutricia 46. 88 Cato, Betty 46 Cato, Broadus 52 Cato. Grady 52 Caudle, Robert 46, 92. 96 Chapman. Roma Jean . . 46 Chavis, Marv Ann Childers, Svlvia Childers, Vernon 73 Christensen. Gene 46. 79, 83. 97 Clark, Barbara Sue . . . . 22. 44 Clark, Nell Dean 46. 88. 93 Clark, Wesley 22 Clifford, Walter Cockrell. Sherman 95 Coffey, Patricia Ann 52, 90, 91 Coffey, Patricia Lee . .. 52 Coffman. Melvyn 46 Coker, Judy 53 Cole, George 53 Collie. “Butch” 53, 83 Collins, Patsy 53, 88 Collins, Sheila 53. 89 Conrad, Bobby 22, 45. 87, 90, 91, % Cook, Leonard 53 Cook, Lydia 22 Cooper, William 18, 22, 42, 45. 96 Copley. Charles 22, 98 Cornwell, Janet 22 Corson, Bonnie 53, 89 Cothran, Boots ...23, 42, 45, 76, 84, 86. 97 Courtney, Judy 53. 83. 88 Courtney, Leslie 46 Courtney, Walter 46, 87. 88 Coward. Thomas 46. 83 Cozart, Meredith .23, 93. 96 Creasy, Rita 46 Creed, June 53 Croft, William 23 Cunningham, Norman 23, 41. 96 Damewtxxl, Margarette . 23. 97 Dance, Ronald 53 Davenport, Jane 46, 93 Davis, Jimmie 53 Davis, Jeff 53. 91. 92 Davis, Hank 46, 83, 90, 91. 92 Davis, Diane 23 Davis, Butch .53, 84, 88 Davis, Paul 23 Davis, RoJx?rt 53, 70. 73, 74. 78. 97 Day, Charles 23. 92 Day, Tommy 24, 78. 96. 97 Dav, Robert 92 Day. Shirley 46, 93 Day, Teddie Jean 24. 96 Debnam, I oberta 46. 89. 91 DeHart, Glen 53, 73, 74 DeHaven, Virginia . 46 Derrick, Diane 53 Derrick, Reginald 24. 96 Dickerson, James 24 Dickerson, lane 19. 88 DiFilippo, Barbara 53 DiFilippo, Virginia . 53 Downing. Richard . 24. 44. 70, 72, 79, 82, 97 Dovle, Donna 53 Drake, Brenda 24 Drawdy. Jean 53, 94 Drawdv, Marilyn 46, 94 110STUDENT-FACULTY INDEX-CONTINUED Dunbar, Anne Dunbar, Billy 24, 86, 98 53 Dunn, George DuVall, Deanna 24, 97 Dyches, Jimmy 53 Dyches, Sarah 47, 88, 93 Dyches, Shevy Jean . Eckardt, Barbara .53, 88 Eckardt. lo Ann 25, 84. 85. 86 Eckel, Eleanore 53. 83. 89 Economos, Kitty 47 ICdgar, Carol 41 Elkin, Watson 53. 89. 92 Ellington, Langdon . . .25. 98 Ellington, Brooks . . . . .47, 77, 91. 97 Ellis, Richard 25 Emeneker, Sarah 53 Emerich, Beverly 47 Eubanks, Linda 25 Eubanks, Mary Lois . 53 Eubanks. Steve 25, 92 Ewing, Philip 47 Fannon, Patricia 25 Fentress, Myra 25. 89 Ferguson, Carolyn . . . 25, 94 Fletcher, Penny 47, 87 Flowers, Jean 53, 94 Flowers. Ronald 53, 70, 73, 96 Ford, Sonny 53 Foster, Jennie 26, 98 Fowler, Brenda 47 Fowler, James 53 Fowler, Larry 53. 89 Fox, Jessie Lee 47, 89. 93 Fox. Mozell 47, 96 Franklin, Billy .53, 74 Frear. Barbara 53 Fredrickson, Freddie Eugene 47 Freed, Fran 18. 26 Freeman, Anne 53, 83. 87. 88 French, Kenneth 26, 83, 86 Fulmer, Clinton 53 Fulmer, Dixie 47 Fulmer, Gerald Fulmer, Linda 52 Funderburg, Thelma 53 Galloway, Harry 53 Galloway, R»xlger . . 47. 70. 73 Gantt, Brenda 47. 82 Gardner, Charles 53 Gardner, Robert Gardner. Linda 54 Garvin, Annette 54, 83 Garvin, Martha Ann 47 Garvin, Olivia 54. 82. 83 Gault, Frances 54 Gaver, Margie Lou . 47, 76, 83, 85, 90, 91. 92 Geddings, Sandra 26, 89 Giaffis, Anna Estelle 47 Gibbons, Jo Anne 54 Giboney, Terry 47, 83. 85. 88 Gilman, Dan 54. 91 Gilmer, Hildah 47, 76. 88 Gingrey. Mary Eleanor 54, 91 Goodwin, Harry 53 Golman, Henry 54 Gollihugh. Mary . 26 (kxxlwin, Geneva 54, 88 Goshorn, Bonnie 54, 91 Goshorn, Effie 26 Goss, Robert 54 (k)ssett, Audra 54 Grace, Carolyn 54, 89, 91, 92 Grace, Robert ............................47, 79, 97 Graves, Danny .................................. Gray, Milton ................................... Green, Alina .........................47, 76, 82, 83 Greer, Edwin ................................ 26, 94 Greer, Yvonne .................................... 47 Gregg, Patsy ..................................... 47 Gregory, James Kenneth 47. 92 Gregory, l.loyd Robert 54, 96 Gregorie, Ruth .54 Gregory, Sandra ..............................54, 88 Gregory, Everett 26, 92 Griffin, Steve .......................... 44, 87. 88 Groves, June ................................ 47. 76 Gunter, Kenneth ......................... 54, 70, 73 Gunter, Lois ................................ 54, 94 Gunter, Wayne .................................... 92 Hahn, Sharon Hair. Betsy ....... Hair, Edna Sue . Hair, Bunny Hair, Eddie Hall. Bettina Hall. Henry ....... Hall. Iris Dale Hall, Leona Marie Hall, Lindsey ..... Hall, Nancy ....... Hall, Phyllis Hall. Sylvia Hall ford, Robert Hallman, Frank Hamilton. Tony . . . Hanna. Mac ........ Hanna, Sheila ... Harden, William . . Harding. Judy Harmstad. Charwin Harmstad. Frank Harper, Tilly Hartley, Lewie .. Harton, Thomas . Harvey, Ann Hatcher, John ...... Hatcher. Sue ....... Hatfield. Hope . . Hawks, Dale ....... Hay, James ......... Hayes, Douglas . Hearn, Billy ...... Heath, Albert Heath. Carol Heath, Earline Heath. Martha Jean Heaton, Billy Heilig, Peggy Helms, Tim Henson, Patricia Hepburn, Charles Hepburn, Frank Herde, Della Herron, Barbara Herron, L. V. . Herron, Jimmie Herron, Judy Herron. Lottie Herron, Margie Herron. Patricia Herzog, James . Hicks, Ed ......... Hilton. Wesley Hite, Helen ....... Hogan, Don ........ Holly, Andre Holley, Gloria .... 54, 93 ............. 47 54 47, 73 54 54, 88 54, 79, 83, 97 47 54, 89 .........................47, 88 .............................. 54 .........................47. 88 .............................. 54 .............................. 54 ........................ 47. 85 27. 43. 45. 70. 73. 78. 97. 98 .....................54, 76, 82 ........................ 54, 89 18, 47. 76, 93 ........................ 54. 88 27. 96 27. 88, 93. 98 .........................54, 82 .............................. 54 54, 84 .................... 27, 71, 97 .............................. 47 54. 91, 92 .................... 54, 73 .............................. 47 54, 87 47. 92 73. 92 54, 89, 94 ............................... 54 27, 94 .................... 54. 83 .................... 27, 88, 93 54 .............27, 42. 83, 86. % 54 55. 78 .........................27, 93 . 47 28. 96 55. 89 55 89 .................... 28. 86 47, 88, 93 .............................. 28 ..... IS. 74. 75. 7S. 82. 97 .........................28, 73 .........................55, 88 .........................55, 73 .............................. 28 .........................47, 94 IIISTUDENT.FACULTY INDEX-CONTINUED Holley, Olivia .........................47, 77, Holley, Sandra .... Hollingsworth, Ginger ................. 47, 82, Holsenback, Voncille ......................... Holsenback, Tollie 28, Howard. Courtney ............................. Howard, Judith 48, 83, Howard. Linda 48, 82, Howell, Annie Lynne........................28, Howington, Millard ........................... Hubbard, Tommy.................. 55, 82, 83, 91, Hudson, Gerald ............................... Hunt. Barbara ................................ Hutto, Maureen ..............................55, Hutto, Rebecca ............................... Hydrick, Phil 55. 91, Hyman, William 93 55 88 48 92 55 88 97 91 55 92 55 55 89 94 92 55 Johnson, Allen Edward 55 Johnson, Belva 55 Johnson, Connie 55, 88 Johnson, Iris ...... 48 Johnson, LeGrande ................................ 48 Johnson, Harriett ................................ 28 Johnson, Marie ................................... 55 Johnson, Robert .................................. 55 Johnson, Carol 55 Johnson, Teddy ................................29, 96 Jones, Brenda .................................48, 88 Jones, Doug .......................... 48, 74, 78, 97 Jones, Hall ....................................... 55 Jordan, William 48, 92 Jordan, Barbara ................................... 29 Jordan, Mary ............................ 55, 89, 94 Kaufman, Stephanie Kelly, Harold Kelley, Kathy Kennedy, Pat Key. Charles Edward Key. John Key. Marv Kidd, Benny Kight, Colleen Kimball. Danny King, James King, Sally 55, 87, 29. 48, 55. 55, Kitchings, Andrew 29. 70. 73. 83. Kitchings, Barbara 48. 88, 91. Kitchings, Lorettta Kneece, Gene 48. Knight. Francis Knox, John 19. 25. 74. 79. 92, 96. Lackey, Glenda 29. 86. Lail. LuAnne Laird. Buck 48. 82, 90. 91. Banning, Mike 48. 70, 79, 82, 88, Lask, Rhea 48. 93. Lawrence. Gretchen 55. Leach. Brenda Leiferman, Hank 48. 70. Lindell. Gail Livingston. Barbara Losey. Dale 29, 90, 91. 92. Lott. Betty Lowe. Daniel 55. Lowerv. I'red Lvell. Ronald Lybrand, Alice 55. Macklen, Morris 29, 55, 89, Macklen. lames Markland. Marcia 55. Marshall. Sue 55. Martin. Anne 55 89 48 98 55 55 94 55 48 89 93 29 97 93 48 7-4 48 97 93 48 92 97 94 89 55 73 55 96 48 92 55 48 94 92 74 82 88 55 Marvin, Charles Marvin, Dave Mason, Barrie Massey, Catherine Massingale, Patricia Mathis, John Mathis, Roberta . Matlock, Donna Matthews, Elizabeth Matthews, Carolyn Mattocks, William Maxwell, Jimmy ...... May. Pamela ......... Mayenschein, Jack Mayenschein, Boh McCall. William McClain, Larry McClure, Archie McClure, Kerry . McCoy, Sheridan McCraney, Jack McCready, Donna McFarland, Randall McGee, Carl McGinley, Nikki McGraw, Julianne . . . McElmurray, Florence McMillan, Barbara McMillan, Kit ....... McMillan, Mike McMillan, Tommy McNair, Norma ....... McNair. Sandra McTaggart, Faye Mellon, Connie ...... Messick, Connie M iano, J ohn ....... Miller, Bonnie ...... Miller, Patricia Miller, Russell .... Mills, Danny Mills, James Mills, Roy ........... Mollath, Karla Montgomery, Rodney Moore, Ardean ....... Moore, Ray Moore, James Moore, Lang Moore, Philip Morgan, Beverly Morris, Judy Morris, Nelson Morton. Billy ....... Moseley, David Moseley. Martha Ann Moseley. Stan Moseley, Wicky Moseley, Jimmy Mullens, Marsha . Mundy, Mac Mundy, Glenda ...... Mundy, Della Murphy, Ginny Lou Murray. Bruce......... Murray, Joe Murrill, Sharon . . .................48, 95 ..................... 48 30, 92 ..................... 55 30,89, 96 ..................... 56 56, 94 ..................... 48 ..................... 48 ......................30 ...............30, 96 ..................... 48 ..................... 30 ...................... 56 ...............56, 74 ...............56, 89 ................ 56 ..................... 48 ...................... 48 ................48, 93 ...................... 56 48. 88. 91 48, 94 ................56, 97 ..................... 56 48. 88, 90. 91. 93 30, 41, 82. 97 .........56. 88 ................48, 88 ........43, 98 30. 44 ..................... 56 30, 82. 96 ..................... 56 48 31 ................48. 89 31. 44, 89, 93. 98 ................56. 88 56. 74. 78. 97 31, 70. 73. 83. 67 48. 74, 78, 97 48. 83 48. 94. 96 56, 83, 87. 88. 89 56, 88. 93 ............48. 71, 92 48. 87. 88. 93 48 ................. 82 31. 85. 86. 87. 88. 96 56. 92. 94 . . .56, 70, 73, 79, 97 ..................... 31 49 ............. 56. 73 18, 49, 73. 89 ..................... 56 ................... 49 56 ..................... 49 ..................... 49 49. 88. 93 ..............56. 93 49. 70. 73. 97 49 Nelson, Barry ......... New. Frances .......... Newell, Velma Nichols, Gordon Nightingale. Mary King Norman, Marcia Nordecn, Glenn ........ Nordeen, Jackie .............. 49 31 31 56. 89 49 22. 77. 83. 97 56 ............. 31 112STUDENT-FACULTY INDEX-CONTINUED Norton, Bobby ......................49, 74, 82, 83, 97 Nuessle, Melinda .......................... 49, 87, 88 Odum, Richard ................................... 49 Ogletree, Patricia .........................49, 89, 93 Olcott, Randy ................................... 56 Olsen, Crystal ....................49, 82, 88, 91, 92 O’Rear, Steward ...................56, 81, 90, 91, 92 Orsini, Phil .......32, 42, 70, 71, 72, 78, 82, 96, 97 Osbon, Tony ................32, 43, 70, 73, 78, 96, 97 Osbon, Carolyn .........................49, 94, 96, 97 Osbon, Naomi .................................... 56 Ouzts, Wiley .................................... 32 Owens, Catherine ................................ 56 Owens, Esther ................................49, 94 Owens, Helen .................................... Pack, Barbara ................................... 49 Parker, Ann ..................................49, 93 Parker, Johnny .................................. 56 Parrish, Ken ...............................49, 79, 97 Patrick, Eddie .................................. 56 Payton, Richard ........................49, 73, 79, 97 Payton, Shirley ..............................49, 94 Peacock, Harold ................................. 56 Pcnix, Nancy .................................49, 88 Penland, Richard ...........................49, 73, 97 Perry, Brenda ................................... 56 Perry, Lloyd ...............................32, 79, 97 Perry, Mary Anne ...........................49, 88, 93 Picch, Jeff ..................................56, 87 Pierce, Fred .................................... 56 Piercy, Sam ............................49, 79, 87, 97 Pinckney, Peggy ..............................56, 85 Piper, Linda .................................56, 88 Poole, Vicky ...........................49, 84, 88, 97 Price, Donald ................................... 49 Price, Linda ....................... 49, 93 Prichard, Bill 32, 45, 70. 72, 82. 97 Prichard, Ted ..............56, 73, 75, 79, 82, 83, 97 Prince. Linda ................................... 56 Profitt, David .................................. 56 Propst, Cindy ................................... 56 Propst, Robert ................. 49, 91 Prothro, Joe .................................... 32 Raborn, Henry ..........................32, 83, 96 Radford, Sherry ................................. 56 Ramsey, Jane ...................... 31, 89, 91, 93, 98 Ratchford, Clyde ................................ 33 Ray, Johnny ..................................... 56 Redd, Arnold .................................... 57 Redd, Bettye .................................. Redd, Ponnie .................................57, 97 Redd, Russell ................................49, 92 Reese, Johnny ................................... Reeves, Pattie .................................. 57 Reynolds, Joseph ................................ 57 Rheineck, Mildred ............................57, 89 Richardson, Jimmy .............................. 49 Richardson, Richard ..........................33, 96 Richardson, Vincent ............................. 57 Richardson, Wade ................................ 33 Roberson, Charlotte ............................. 33 Roberson, Martin .............................57, 92 Roberts, Gregg ........................ 57, 74, 87, 89 Robertson, Jimmy ................................ 57 Robinson, Margean ............................... 57 Roe, Grady ...................................32, 92 Roe, Ralph ...................................... 57 Rodgers, Buck ................................... 57 Rodgers, Eulalie ................................ 57 Rogers, Clement ..............................57, 94 Rogers, Hubert .........................23, 79, 97 Roland, Sonny ................................... 57 Rorex, Judy ..................................... 94 Rorex, Bill Rollins, June Ross, Mike Rountree, Ann . Royal, Nancy Royal, Pam Royal, Sandra Russell, Patricia Rutledge, Judy Rutledge, Salley 33, 70, 73, 79, 97 ................ 33 49, 89 ................ 57 49, 81 57, 76, 88 34, 91 82, 89 ................ 57 34 Salley, Kenneth ....... Salley, Linda Sampson, Linda ........ Satterfield, Geneva Satterfield, Louise . Scott, Carolyn ........ Scott, Celia .......... Scott, Arlie .......... Scott, Gerald ......... Scott, James .......... Scott, Kathryn ........ Scott, W’illiam ....... Seigler, Alice ........ Seigler, Eddie ........ Seigler, George ....... Seigler, Jane ......... Seymour, Judy ......... Shanker, Mike ......... Shawn, Doug ........... Shealy, Thomas ........ Sheeley, Albert ....... Shelley, Woodrow . . . Shores, Sommy ......... Shuler, Betty Jean . . . Shuler, Emily ......... Siegmund, Brian Simons, Charles ....... Sinclair, Virginia Slade. Sarah .......... Slayton, Arthur ....... Smalley, Emmie ........ Smiley. Dick .......... Smith, Allen .......... Smith, James .......... Smith, Marilyn Smith, Dianne ......... Smith, Earlene ........ Smith, Fred Smith, Nonie .......... Smith, Sandra ......... Smoot, Chris Snipes, Annie Patricia Snipes, Davis ......... Snipes, Dorothy Snipes, Gene .......... Snipes, Vera ........... Snitker, Arlene ....... Snyder, Charles ....... Snyder, Bobby Speed, Elaine .......... Spencer, James ........ Spilsbury, Elizabeth Spivey, Jane ........... Spivey, Joan .......... Sprawls, Martha Spruell, George ....... St. John, Bob Stacey, Jane ....... Stephens, James Stevens, Charles Stevens, Jon .......... Stevens, Ross ......... Stewart, William Stewart, Larry Steifel, Frances ............34, 94 57, 94 34, 76, 93, 97 34, 89 ................... 57 ................... 34 49 ................... 34 ................... 57 49, 96 57, 88, 89 .... 34 ....... 35 ............49, 97 ............35, 98 49, 93, 94 .........57, 82, 88 . 49 49, 70, 73, 78, 97 ................... 92 ................... 49 ................... 35 35. 41, 82, 86. 105 49, 83, 88 49 50, 96, 97 .................. 35 18, 35, 83, 85. 86 .................. 57 ............57, 94 57, 73 ................. 50 57, 87, 89 50 57, 87. 88. 89, 93 .................... 35 35, 43, 76, 97 57, 74. 82. 88 50,89, 94 .............. 92 .............. 57 .............. 57 .........50, 94 . 57, 87, 89 .............. 57 50, 82 57, 94 57 36, 94 57, 94 36, 76. 94 57. 87, 89 50,79, 97 .............. 50 .............. 57 36, 92 .............. 57 .............. 50 58, 87, 91 57 57, 74 58. 82, 83, 91 mSTUDENT-FACULTY INDEX-CONTINUED Stiles, Charles Stokes, Theresa Stone, Evelyn Stone, Sara 58, 73, 36, 50, 93 94 94 36 Striesfeld, Pamela . 58 Stumpf, George 36 Sudlow, Duke 50 Surasky, Brenna 36 Swanner, Curtis Ann . 50, 94 Syphrit, Carolyn 58, 94 Taylor, Carolyn 36 Taylor, Frank 50, 70, 73 Taylor, Lester 58 Teague, Phillip 58 Ted row, Sharon 37, 88, 93 Thomas, Linda 37, 82, 90, 91. 92 Thompson, Elizabeth 58. 89 Thwcatt, Martina . . 50. 76, 83, 91 Todd, Thomas 58, 73. 82 Tompkins, Barry . . 50, 70, 73. 97 Toole, Elizabeth 50, 90, 91 Torchio, Marilyn 58 Townes, George 58, 87. 88, 89 Traughber, Pitner .. .. 50, 90. 91. 92 Turner, Gladys 37 Turner, Rudolph 58 Tygard. Kay 50 Tyler, Thomas 58. 92 Tyson, Charlotte 58, 82. 87, 88 Tyson, Judy 19. 58, 82, 83, 87. 88 Urban, Jack .37. 41, 45, 85, 86, 88, 89 Vander Voort, Carolyn 37, 41. 85, 86, 88, 96 Vander Voort, Henry .58, 85, 87, 88 VanZile, Peter 50. 85, 87 Venning, Charleen . . . . 50, 91, 92 Vincent, Elaine 58 Wagar, Roberta 37, 93 Waites, James 37, 96 Walker, Deborah 50, 82, 88 Walker, Mike 37, 83 Wallace, Beverly 50 Wallace, Pam 58 Wallenburg, John . . . . 38, 86, 88, 91, 98 Walton, Eddie 58 Watson, Jan 50, 76, 88, 93 Watson, J udv 18. 58 Waugh, Richard . 38, 41, 45, 82. 84. 85, 86, 96, 97 Waugh, Virginia 58, 76, 82, 87, 89. 96 Wcadon, Andy 58, 92 Weathersford, Elise 50 Weeks, Barbara 50, 87, 88. 93 Weeks, Hilton 58, 89 Weeks, Thomas 18, 50, 70. 71. 73, 95, 97 Weigle, Sam 38, 45, 70. 72, 82, 97 Wells, Delores 38, 93 Wells, Tommy 58, 73 Werner, Nan 58. 87 West, Margaret 58 Whalen, Robert Wheat, Polly 58, 84, 87, 88, 89, 91. 92. 96 Whitfield. Janet 38. 42, 45. 76, 83, 97. 104 Whitfield, Billy 50. 70, 73, 79. 97 Whittle, Lewis 38, 96 Widener, Pauline 38 Wiese. Rodger 50 Wiland, Barbara 58 Wiles, Larry 50, 87, 96 Wilkie, Charles 50 Wilkie, Emily 58, 89 Wilkins, Patricia .58, 88 Williams, Jimmy 58 Williams, Margaret 58 Williams, Wayne .........................38, 79, 97 Williamson, Stanley ............................ 58 Willing, Dennis Earl ........................58, 92 Willing, Linda ..............................58, 93 Willis, Elaine ................................. 50 Willis, Helen .................................. 58 Willis, Jimmy ...........................19, 58, 87 Willis, John ................................50, 94 Willis, Sandy ...............................58, 94 Wilson, Georgia Sue ............................ 50 Wilson, Gerald ..............................39, % Wingfield, Judy ................................ 50 Winter, Patty .......................50, 87, 91, 92 Wise, Beth ..................................50, 83 Wolf, Alan ..............................58, 88, 89 Wood, Arthur ................................... 58 Wood, Brenda ................................... 58 Wood, David .................................... 39 Wood, Faye ..................................50, 88 Wood, Jimmy .................................... 58 Wood, Ronnie ........................39, 79, 92, 97 Woodhead, Henry ................................ 50 Woodward, Mae ...............................59, 88 Woodward, Woody .............................59, 73 Wooten, Sonny .................................. 50 Worley, Rey .................................39, 96 Wright, Barbara .............................39, 93 Wright, Drew Ernel ..................59, 82, 83, 88 Wright, Mary Velma ............................. 59 Wyman, Betty ............................39, 86, 98 Year wood, John .............................50, 83 Yelverton, Donna ........................59, 89, 94 Yonce, Geraldine ............................... 50 Yonce, Elaine 39, 83, 86, 93, 94 York, Allen .................................39, 44 Young, Evelyn ...............................40, 96 Youngblood, Kathleen ........................... 59 Zimmerman, Susan ................40, 82, 83, 84, 93 Zumbrunnen, Paula ...........................59, 91 Arnsdorff, Mr. Gordon .......................... 12 Barlow, Miss Mary Lou .......................... 12 Bell. Mr. W. L., Jr............................. 16 Bobo, Mrs. Margaret C....................11, 86, 98 Butler, Mrs. Gordon .....................11, 88, 89 Casey, Mrs. Ann .............................10, 98 Cato, Miss Margaret .........................15. 96 Colcolough. Mrs. Marlene 89, 98 Courtney, Mr. Carrol L.......................... 12 Edwards, Mrs. Mary-dale K....................... 15 Elkin, Mrs. David B., Sr........................ 10 Eubanks, Mr. J. B............................13, 94 Gunter, Miss Norma ............................. 15 Hawkins, Mr. Alvin H. .......................16, 92 Herlong, Mr. Bettis ................ 16, 70, 73, 79 Holley, Mrs. Joyce ..........................17, 94 Hutto, Mrs. Jessie Lee W........................ 17 Hutto, Mrs. Monroe ............................. 17 Jenerette, Miss Barbara ........................ 14 Knight, Mr. William D................13, 70, 73, 78 Maner, Miss Mary C.............................. 10 McNeil, Mrs. J. C................................ 9 Owen, Mrs. Manning ..........................13, 83 Page, Mr. Grover L...................14, 70, 73, 74 Pitts, Miss Sylvia ......................11, 88, 93 Ratchford, Mrs. Anita F......................14, 87 Rutland, Mrs. Blanche K......................14, 98 Seigler, Mrs. A. G...........................16, 76 Simpson, Mrs. Jean A............................ 10 Slaughter, Mr. W. T............................. 90 Wheat, Mrs. J. Allen ........................13, 87 White, Mrs. Judith ............................. 17 Willis. Mr. J. 0................................. 9 Woodward, Mr Norman E........................... 12 114Recognize any of these ladst Coke brings you back refreshed Aiken Coca-Cola Bottling Company 115 )K ooo o o o )o o x xxrxxrxxrx AIKEN DRUG STORE | 5 Prescription Druggists j Cigars - Drugs - Medicine - Cosmetics Phones Aiken, S. C MI 9-6‘286-MI 9-4488 8 Smart’s Dress Shop 5 5 0 5 . „ 5 Mitchell Shopping Center jj jj Phone MI 9-220G Aiken, S. C. jj OWEN, THOMAS 0 McCreary 5 “A Friendly Store for Men” j) 0 ' $ jj HEADQUARTERS FOR AIKEN jj I) HIGH MEN 0 Laurens St. Photocraft Camera Co. I $ Aiken's Most Complete Line ol jj Photographic Equipment Dial 9-2711 jj j Laurens Street Phone MI 9-4941 Mokinji up? . . . “Two lit' cliillun" . . . I made yamc! . . . A Miss America smile. Frank J. Holmes, Jeweler Compliments of Certified Gemologist and Registered | Jerceler American Gem Society $ Phone MI 9-6781 Aiken, S. C. jj Jackson-Plunkett Oil Co. AMOCO PRODUCTS 820 Williamsburg St. Aiken, S. C. fcXOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXZXX OOOC OCrXXOOCXXOOCXjCTwo first-class beach bums . . . a group of cutics . . . Monkey sec, monkey do BREWER and ZORN BARBER SHOP We Keep You in Trim 21(5 Park Ave., S. E. Aiken, S. ( School Supplies AIKEN, S. C. x=x x=x xrx x=x x=x ox © x=x x=x x=x o x=x x=x x=x xix xcx COMPLIMENTS Hollingsworth Chevrolet Company CADILLAC • CHEVROLET 340 Park Ave., S. W. MI 9-6237 H. L. GREEN CO. Corner Broad, 9th and Ellis Augusta, Ga. One, three kick! . . . O symmetry! , . . Unusual natural phenomenon . . . Let us in on the joke. 117 t K=X CK X=X XCX © XCX CX CX XCX XZXWARNEKE CLEANERS B. M. Surasky’s 115} Newberry Street, S. W. Aiken, S. C. Diai. MI 9-2191 !«x=xx=xx=xx YOUNG'S NEW AND USED CARS RICHLAND AVE. EXT. HIGHWAYS 78 and 215 PHONE MI 9-6615 Aiken, S. C. jj Serving Aiken and Aiken County ft 5 jj For over 60 Years! 5 5 Io(ioiicxioo iaio x K ioiic iioiic ( o icxio l )0C =x ox ox o Od =x =x ox o o o =d c=xx=x o =x30( jj 0 COMBS-McDONALD jj AND PARKS jj 5 jj 5 jj General Contractors jj | AIKEN, S. C. CHARLESTON, S. C. | 0 jj XOOCXXDOCXm 5 SLOTIN'S jj 1 jj jj | SHOP FOR WOMEN | 5 ft jj Shop for Women § 5 1 1 | "Where the Smartly Dressed jj jj jj Teenager Shops" jj jj $ 5 5 K)0 )o )o o )00o )o o io jo()0 )0 io )0 ooo K Koocxioooo HUTSON - ETHERREDGE AGENCY INSURANCE • REAL ESTATE AUTO LOANS Aiken, S. C. kooooox : Staying after school . . . Hornet in production . . . Great game, gals! 118DEMPSEY TIRE BATTERY SERVICE NEW TIRES • TUBES BATTERIES QUALITY RECAPPING AND AUTOMOTIVE UPHOLSTERY jj Corner of Hayne x and Short Street Coward Seed Company 914 Park Avenue, S. E. Phone MI 8-5433 Phone MI 8-1M6 »000 0 0 0 0 )0 )0 « »CX)OOCX}j{ 30C OX 0 IX 0 0 = 00 0 0 X=X CX C 0 THE HORNET’S NEST 0 1 } 8 “Snacks That Are Deliciously 5 8 8 jj Different” | 8 8 8 1733 Columbia Rd. Phone MI 9-9236 8 8 8 A Aiken, South Carolina D R Printers | —We Print the Best for Less— | 8 Bob and Doris Esposito 8 | 222 Horry St.. S. E. Dial MI 9-6616 | jj Aiken, South Carolina jj f )O O(KZX O )O )C O O(K D0O0O0O )O K soooooooonooooooooooooooooooooooo CONGRATULATIONS to this term’s graduates and all good wishes for success in the field in which they have chosen to carve out their careers. In searching for a higher education we hope they will remember the fine colleges in our State; if entering business or industry immediately we hope they will find their careers here in South Carolina. South Carolina Electric Gas Company [KC C IX =X = C C5 0X =X 0 CX 0000()0( 0 000009000 )0 ) XTXXCXXCXXIXX 5 JONES ELECTRIC CO. | PHILCO AND RCA jj TELEVISION SETS BAND MUSIC FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES 428 Hayne Ave. Aiken, S. C. ELLIOTT ice S uppL} 3 | 0 v { : 5 1 o » 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 CX)0 )0 0 0 0 0 )X “Everything for the Office’ SCHOOL AND DRAWING SUPPLIES 321 Richland Avenue, W. John M. Hunter Elric S. Pinckney 3 $ Aiken Insurance Agency 0 Farmers Merchants Bank Building 3 3 5 AIKEN, S. C. PHONE Ml 8-5256 3 3 Holley Fuel Company 5 BEST GRADES jj 3 BITUMINOUS AND ANTHRACITE COAL, 3 jj COKE, WOOD AND KINDLING, FUEL OIL jj jj FOR YOUR FURNANCE jj 3 Quality Service 3 3 5 A Day Phone MI 9-6551 X x Night Phone MI 9-4253 x jj 112 Union Street, N.E. | MERRY BROTHERS BRICK TILE COMPANY Highest Quality for Over Half a Century AUGUSTA, GEORGIA |()0 0 0 0 0 0 )0 0 0 0 0 0 0 000 )0 000 0 )0«»0 0 )0 0 )0 0 0 0 0 )0 0 0 0 | 120Aikkn Coffee Shop xcx xzx X j Come One, Come ;lll, to the Coffee jj jj Shop for a Home-Cooked Meal jj I 809 CHESTERFIELD PHONE MI 9-9868 AIKEN, S. C. Carolina Butane Gas Co. Distributed by Carolina Butane Gas Co., Inc. Phone MI 9-1-571 1924 Hayne Aye. Aiken, S. C. K 0 0 )0 0 0 0 0 5 5 5 0 $ We Service tout Sell Gas Appliances 5 5 5 FULMER’S Red and White 603 Charleston Street Hastings Grice is note managing our meat market jj 5 I V ; i i I t xoooocx COMPLIMENTS of A FRIEND GARDNER'S BEAUTY SHOP 3411 Trolley Line Phone MI 8-1495 )K 0 X2X CXXD X 5 5 5 : I f I X)CX 0 000 )0 8 : f I 5 : ; : o 118 Pendleton Street, S. W. Phone MI 8-5011 Aiken, S. C. 5 5 Aiken Candy Tobacco Co. DISTRIBUTORS OF CIGARS, CIGARETTES, CANDIES, GUM, DRUGS, PAPER PRODUCTS AND DIXIE CUPS Farmers and Merchants Bank AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA Member, F. D. I. C. «oo xzx o o )5( 5 : s : I : I i 121PLATT REXALL DRUGS 3 5 | 111 Laurens St., S. W. « Phone MI 8-8321 Aiken, S. C. Warrenville Drug Store WARRENVILLE, S. C. 3 $ 3 lust a few minutes drive from busy Aiken 5 A Complete Line of Drugs 3 3 Rest Wishes to the Class of 1959 Fred W. Scott Con 11 ty S u pervis o r X=X xcx o )CX O XX CX XIX XZX )CX XIX XIX XIX O XIX )0( £ 3 j 3 Stephenson Finance x Company 3 3 3 AUTO LOANS Financing • Refinancing jj 116 Laurens St., N. W. Phone MI 8-5419 jj 3 •C£xixxixxzxxixxixx=xxixxrxxixx=xxixxix cixxixxixxz 3C( xix ci xixxixxixxixxixxixxixxixxixxixxixxixx=xxix jj SOUTHERN MORTGAGE ; COMPANY AIKEN, S. C. 3 5 “IXSTRUMENT RKNTAL Plan” y1 312 8th Street 5 Augusta. Ga. • X=X XIX Ot X=X XIX XIX JX XIOOOOOOCXXSOOOOOOJK jj Band and Orchestra Expert Instrument jj jj Instruments Repairing ' Sheet Music and Teaching Material jj x Schneider s Music Center jj | 3 3 5 Compliments of WOODRUFF DRUG STORE Mitchell Shopping Center Aiken, S. C. Phone 4-8947 3 5 Eleanor C. Way 3 Teacher of Piano and Organ jj 3 5 807 Park Avenue jj Aiken, S. C. Phone MI 9-6056 jj £ xcx xix x=x o x=x x=x xrx o x=x x=x x=x x=x xzx xix o xix £HOTEL COMMERCIAL ‘Aiken’s Largest — Most Popular’ Always the Best Food Aiken, South Carolina Osbon Auto Supply Co. 1253-55 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. Phone PA 2-0238 SOUTHEASTERN CLAY CO. Aiken, S. C. EULALIE SALLEY AND : COMPANY 3 3 REALTORS 3 GENERAL INSURANCE 3 3 “ You'll Like Our Service” 5 3 816 Park Ave., S. V. MI 9-6571 3 3 Parlor Market CHOICE WESTERN MEATS 3 3 WALKER - SWINGLE, Ltd. 3 3 3 3 f FARMERS AND MERCHANTS 3 3 3 x x BANK BUILDING x 5 754 York St., N. E. Phone Ml 9-2321 $ jj AIKEN, S. C. Realtors — Insurers XOOOOCXO Congratulations and Best Wishes Thomas Laundry Cleaning Co. AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA 1235 GRADE A MILK HOMOGENIZED—PASTEURIZED Greene’s --------------“Qualitee 400 E. BOUNDARY AUGUSTA, GA. AIKEN FERTILIZER COMPANY MANUFACTURERS AND DISTRIBUTORS OF HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS AND RAW MATERIALS $ 3 DIAL 2-l«:J0 B xcx xcx o x=x x=x ex o x=x x=x x=x = =x cx = = k=x 3 VaUtHOK puet (ZotHfUUty. 7hc. v Aiken, S. C. 5 5 | 5 5 3 5 3 3 5 3 5 X I KEROSENE (£sso) FUEL OIL 1107 York St., N. E. Midway 9-2661 Aiken, South Carolina K 0 x000 0 0 0 0 0 )0 )!( 3 Phone MI 0-2471 lUj? SahiiT Sc tUrntri) 324 PARK AVENUE, S. W AIKEN 125RECOMMENDED BY DUNCAN HINES Hotel Henderson likens Finest Year ’round Hotel FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD Not in Iter face, Dede! . . . IVho likes short shortst . . . Flo and some of her noise makers GEORGE ELECTRIC $ COMPANY 5 5 General Electric Appliances 0 Electrical Contracting and Repairs { 5 i | Phone MI 9-4541 220 Park Ave., S. E. jj 1 cx o o o o o o o o xc cx o k cx)! FRANZBLAUS Ladies’ Apparel — Shoes Childrens’ Wear AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA !( 0 0 CX 0 0 0 )0 0 0 )0 » 0 CX CX CX CX)! Durban’s INSURANCE • REAL ESTATE PHONE Ml 9-2561 Aiken, S. C. 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