Aiken High School - Hornet Yearbook (Aiken, SC)

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 hornet aiken high school aiken, south CarolinaadministrationMR. A. J. RUTLAND Area Superintendent AREA BOARD Mr. Geddings Willing, Mr. F. L. Eaves, Mr. P. F. Henderson, Chairman; Mr. J. R. McTeer, Mr. C. H. Marvin.MRS. HAZEL McNEIL Secretary to Principal 9MR. THOMAS E. BARTON B.S. Clemson College M.S. Peabody College Biology, Physical Education MR. WILLIAM L. BELL B.S. Berry College Mechanical Drawing, Industrial Arts MRS. MARGARET BOBO A.B. Newberrv College M.A. Appalachian State Teacners College English, French MRS. HELEN P. BUTLER B.A. Erskine College M.A. Emory University French MRS. ANN CASEY B.S. Bob Jones University English MISS MARGARET CATO B.S. Winthrop College Typing, Business Law, Distributive EducationMR. CARROLL L. COURTNEY A.B. Wofford College Chemistry, Biology MRS. VIRGINIA B. ELKIN A.B. Winthrop College English, History MR. WILLIAM T. YARBOROUGH B.S. Clemson College Biology, Physical Education MISS NORMA GUNTER B.S. Winthrop College M.Ed. University of South Carolina Bookkeeping, Business English, Typing MR. JOHN B. EUBANKS B.S. Clemson College Geometry, Business Math MISS ALICE DAVIS B.S. Winthrop College ChorusMRS. JOYCE F. HOLLEY B.S. Winthrop College Home Economics MRS. MONROE HUTTO Coker College Cafeteria Manager MRS. JESSIE LEE HUTTO B.A. Furman University Librarian MRS. VIRGINIA McMILLAN B.A. Wellesley College French, English MISS BARBARA JENERETTE B.A, Winthrop College History MISS MARY MANER B.A. Limestone College English MRS. JUDITH WHITE B.S. Winthrop College Area Dieticuin MRS. PEGGY S. LAMBERT A.B. Lander College Arf, History MR. NORMAN E. WOODWARD B.S. Clemson College Geometry, ChemistryMRS. BETTY T. OWEN A.B. Coker College Mathematics MRS. PEGGY C. SEIGLER A.B. Furman University Physical Education MRS. BLANCHE K. RUTLAND B.A. Columbia College History MR. THOMAS L. PATRICK B.S. Wofford College Chemistry, Physics MR. FRANK G. SULLIVAN A.B. Wake Forest M.A. Peabody University Guidance Counselor MRS. MARY AN. WHEAT B.S. Miami University Algebra, Guidance Counselorseniors 15SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Thomas Weeks.........President Gene Kneece.... Vice-President Beverly Emrich.......Secretary Wicky Moseley........Treasurer 16 seniorsGERALDINE ADAMS “Beauty needs no letters of introduction” May Day Attendant 1, 2; Homecoming Queen; Miss Hi Miss-, Homeroom Officer 3; Future Teachers 4; F. H. A. 4. HERSHEL RAYBURN ADCOCK “Every joy is gain, and gain is gain—however small. Block “A” Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Senior Class Play; Homeroom Officer 3, 4; Superlative. NELDA JEANNE AIKEN “Smiling eyes with an unselfish heart.” Chorus 1; Latin Club 1; Homeroom Officer 3; Debutante 3; Art Club 4. LINDA ROSE AUSTIN “This lass so neat, with smile so sweet.” French Club 2; Beta Club 2; Chorus 4; Future Secretaries Club DAVID ROGER BAILES “Always laughing, always gay; hates to work, loves to play. Canteen Staff 2, 3; Football 2. CHARLES BOWEN BATEMAN “Just like a powder puff, I’m made for women.” Homeroom Officer 1; Block “A” Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track Team I, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Team 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Senior Superlative. PATRICIA ANN BEASON “Happiness is a wine of rarest vintage.” Honors at Topeka High School, Topeka, Kansas. ALVIN HORACE BAYNHAM, JR. “He was a man; take him all in all.” Library Club 1, 2; Bus Drivers Club 3, President 4; T I Club 4; F.F.A. Vice-President 4.MYRTIE MAE BELL “I count only the hours that are bright Future Secretaries Club 4; F.H.A. 4. LEONARD EUGENE BERRY “By thine own sours law, learn to live.” Nature Club 1: Art Club 1, 2, 4; Dramateers 1, 2, 4; Cheerleader 2; Block "A” Club 1, 2, 4; Honors at Drchcr High School, Columbia, South Carolina. PRENTISS CONRAD BOOTH “There is no crown in the world so good as patience.' HORNET Staff 2. ALFRED JULIAN BOYD "A big heart always wishing to do right and to be friends with everyone” Dramateers 1, 2; “I Speak for Democracy” Contest 1, 2; F.F.A. 1; D. E. Club 4. FRANCES CHARLENE BOYD The essentials in life are something to do, love, and hope for” Art Club 1, 2; I.H.A. 1; Debutante 1; Student Council 2, 3; May Day Attendant 2, 3; French Club 2, 3; Library Club 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3. HAROLD MORGAN BRACKETT “The unspoken word never does harm” Nature Club 2; Bus Drivers Club 3, 4; F.F.A. 3; Honors at Hialeah High School, Hialeah, Florida. BETTY JANE BREAZEALE “Music is well said to be the speech of the angels.” Latin Club 1; Dramateers 2; Library Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Junior Play; Chorus 4. THOMAS HENTON BREWER ‘7 am myself my own commander.” Track Team 1, 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 2; Student Council 3, 4; Nature Club 2; French Club 2. ANN BARGER BUNCH "One of the greatest pleasures of life is conversation" Art Club 2; Dramateers 4; Future Secretaries Club 4; J.H.A. 2. LLOYD RILEY BUNTING "Be silent and safe—silence never betrays you." Latin Club 1, 2; Track Team 2, 3; Block “A” Club 2, 3, 4; D. E. Club President 4; Homeroom Officer 4; A.H.S. Cabinet 4. ANNETTE LaDELL BURROUGHS Her manners are gentle, yet she could never be called bashful" F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. MYRA LYNN BYARS Happiness is a good that nature sells us." Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Officer 1. JUDY ANN CALLAHAN "Character is that which can do without success." Homeroom Officer 1; Latin Club 1; French Club 2; Future Secretaries Club President 4; Dramateers 4; A.H.S. Cabinet 4. LINDA SUE CARTER "Little friends may prove great friends" Homeroom Officer 1; Junior Play 3; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; F.H.A. 3, 4; Future Secretaries Club 4. TOYKIA LOUTRICIA CARTER "She is little, she is wise. She's a great girl for her size." School Organist 3, 4; French Club 3; Homeroom Officer 1, 3; F.H.A. 2; Talent Show 3. BETTY LEE CATO "It is not enough to do good; one must do it the right way. Canteen Staff 3; F.H.A. 4.MARY ANN CHAVIS “Virtue is like a rich stone—best plain set.” Canteen Staff 4; Office Staff 4; Future Secretaries Club 4. GENE HARLAN CHRISTENSEN ‘7 can resist everything—except temptation” Track 2; Golf 3, 4; Student Council 3; Nature Club 2; Football 4; Block “A” Club 3, 4. NELL DEAN CLARK “Nothing is impossible to a willing heart.” Library Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; F.H.A. 1; French Club 3; Future Secretaries Club 4; A.H.S. Cabinet 4. MELVYN DENNIS COFFMAN “To think is an ideal waste of time.” Band I; French Club 2; Track 2; Football 3; Block “A” Club 4; Cheerleader 4; Bus Drivers Club 4. LESLIE EDMUND COURTNEY “Quietness is an indication of the ability to think.” National Honor Society 4; Mental Contestant 2. MARION WALTER COURTNEY “A mighty hunter and his prey is knowledge.” Band 1; Library Club 2; French Club 2, 3; Beta Club 2, 3; X-Ponents 3, 4; W.O.W. American History Award 3; Homeroom Officer 3, Junior Play; National Honor Society 4. THOMAS HAYES COWARD “He’s not lazy; he’s just conserving his energy.” F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2; Federation Reporter of F.F.A. 2; Livestock Judging Team 1; Dairy Judging Team 2; Land Judging Team 3; Student Council 3, 4; Track Manager 3; Football Manager 4; Block “A” Club 4; Senior Play; Student Rotarian. RITA JUANITA CREASEY The best of wealth is youth, health, and amimon sense.” Library Club 1; Junior Play; F.H.A. 2, 3.JUNE OTISYSTEM CREED "If sweetness were assured in dollars, she would have millions” Future Secretaries Club 4. SARA JANE DAVENPORT "If we always face the sunshine, the shadows will fall behind. Art Club 1; Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3; Student Council 2; May Day Attendant 2; Future Secretaries Club 4; Library Staff 2, 3. CHARLES LEROY DAVIS “I’ve taken my fun where Vve found it.” Honors at St. Angela Academy, Aiken, South Carolina HENRY WINSTON DAVIS, II "He builds for character, not for fame ." National Honor Society 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Manager 3; President 4; Pep Band 2, 3; Responsibility Award 4; Audio-Visual Club 1, 2, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; National Merit Scholarship Winner 4; Math Club 4; A.H.S. Cabinet 4; Student Council 3; Homenxmi Officer 2; Junior Play; Senior Play; G. M. Semi-Finalist; Basketball 1. RALPH EUGENE DAY Science is a true friend who never betrays” Football 1; Homeroom Officer 2. SHIRLEY ANN DAY “A good word never brought a bad result. Library Staff 1, 3; Canteen Staff 4. ROBERTA CARTER DEBNAM "God giveth speech to all, song to but a few.” Chorus 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4; Majorette 3, 4; Junior Play; Homeroom Officer 1, 4; Varsity Basketball 2; Junior Follies 2; May Day Attendant 4; Senior Superlative. VIRGINIA ANN DeHA.EN The girl who wins is the girl who works; the girl who toils while the next one shirks” Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 4; Latin Club 1; Art Club 2.MARILYN LOUISE DRAVVDY "Sweet her manner and quiet her way.” F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4; Junior Play; Future Secretaries Club 4. SARAH HARRIET DYCHES “Love lights her up like a pinball machine.” F.H.A. 1; Student Council 1; Homeroom Officer 1; Band 1; Football Sponsor 2; Junior Follies 2; French Club 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 3, 4. KAREN ANN ECONOMOS “Life is a gift; use it well and enjoy its wealth.' Junior Play; D. E. Club 4; Art Club 4. CAROL LYLE EDGAR “A friend to one; a friend to all.” Homeroom Officer 1; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Canteen Staff 4. BEVERLY ANNE EMRICH “Life is my college. May 1 graduate well, and earn some honors.” Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1; French Club 2, 3; Beta Club 2; Junior Follies 2; Football Sponsor 4; May Day Attendant 3; Senior Class Secretary. GLENDA MARGARET EUBANKS It matters not how long, we live, but how.” Latin Club 1. PHILIP CARPENTER EWING “Lazy? Not so—just hates to hurry.” Bus Drivers Club 4; Track 3. PENELOPE LEE FLETCHER “Oh for a book and shady nook.” X-Ponents 4; French Club 4; Dramateers 4; Senior Play; Merit Finalist 4; Betty Crocker’s Homemaker of Tomorrow Award 4; National Honor Society 4; Homeroom Officer 4; Junior Play.FRED EUGENE FREDRICKSON “Good words are worth much and cost little.” Art Club 2. DIXIE DARLENE FULMER The small courtesies sweeten life.” RODCER CLIFORD GALLOWAY “Thinking is to me the greatest fatigue in the world ” Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Homeroom Officer 2, 4. BRENDA DIANE GANTT "Good humor is one of the best articles of dress a woman can wear. F.H.A. I; Student Council 3; May Day 3; Junior Play. RONALD EUGENE FLOWERS “His only labor was to kill time” Bus Drivers Club 1, 2, 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2; T. and I. Club President 4; Homeroom Officer 3; Block “A” Club 1, 2, 3j 4. BRENDA LOUISE FOWLER “Where hearts are true, few wmds will do” F.H.A. 2. 3, 4; Homeroom Officer 1; Chorus 4; Canteen Staff 4. JESSIE LEE FOX “Quiet, studious, and dependable.” Homeroom Officer 3; Future Secretaries Club Secretary 4. MOZELL ELLEN FOX “Modest and sweet . . . dependable and quiet” F.H.A. 1; Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Officer; French Club 2; Junior Play; Future Secretaries Club 4.MARGARET LOUISE CAVER “Adam had lots of sons, and there are still lots I haven’t met yet.” Freshman Class Sponsor; Homeroom Officer 1, 4; Student Council 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Beta Club 2; Girls State 3; All State Band 2, 3; HORNET Staff 3, Business Manager 4; Mav Day Attendant 4; Contestant for Miss HORNET 4; French Club Vice-President 2; Basketball 3; Pep Band 1, 2, 3. ANNA ESTELLE GIAFFIS “Generally speaking, she’s generally speaking.” Junior Play; Homeroom Officer 3; Senior Play; Art Club 4; Dramateers 4; Future Teachers 4; May Attendant 4; Honors at Mead Hall, Aiken, South Carolina. JANE TERRY CIBONEY “Say, is there beauty yet to find?” Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Class Secretary; French Club Secretary 2; HORNET Staff 3, 4; Student Council 3. 4; Junior Production; May Day Attendant 3; Senior Superlative; Art Club 4: Latin Club 1; French Club 2, 3, President 4; Beta Club 3; National Honor Society 4; Maid of Honor; A.H.S. Cabinet 4; Debutante 1. ROBERT ACKERMAN GRACE “He that can have patience can have what he will.” Track Team 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4; Nature Club Secretary 2; Science Club 4; Block “A” Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Play. ALMA LOUISE GREEN “A sweet disposition is the very soul of success.” Homeroom Officer 2; Football Sponsor 2; Junior Class Production; Student Council 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Future Secretaries Club Treasurer 4; National Honor Society 4; Block “A” Club 4. YVONNE NELLIE GREER “All musical people seem to be happy.” Chorus 3, 4; D. E. Club 4. PATSY LOUISE GREGG “A cheerful disposition is a friend of ready capital.” Future Teachers 4. JAMES KENNETH GREGORY “He is a friend to those who know him.” F.F.A. 2, 3, 4; Dairy Judging Team 2; Treasurer of F.F.A. 3; Soil Judging Team 3, 4; Livestock Judging Team 3, 4; Vice-President of F.F.A. 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 2; Bus Drivers Club 3.STEPHEN BRYANT GRIFFIN “Well done is better than well said.” Student Council 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Latin Club 1; Audio-Visual Club 1, 2; Bus Drivers Club 4; X-Ponents 3, President 4; A.H.S. Cabinet 4; Junior Play; Art Club 2. MELANIE JUNE GROVES “Reward awaits those who try.” Latin Club 1, 2; Art Club 1; Student Council 1; Homeroom Officer 2; Beta Club 2, 3; National Honor Society 4; HORNET Staff 4; Junior Play; Basketball 3, 4; Beta Club Treasurer 2; Block “A” Club 4. GEORGE HAMEL HAIR Happy am I, contented and free; why aren't they all contented like me?” Band 1; Football 1, 3, 4; Block “A” Club 4. ROUTH ELIZABETH HAIR “Happiness adds and multiplies if we divide it with others” Homeroom Officer 1; May Day Attendant 1, 2; Art Club I; Football Sponsor 2, 4; Future Teachers 3; Senior Play; Junior Class Sponsor; Contestant for Miss HORNET; Senior Superlative; Senior Class Sponsor. NANCY ELAINE HALL “Hitch your wagon to a star; hang on tight and there you are.” French Club 2, 3; Homeroom Officer 1; Chorus 2; Future Secretaries Club 4; Senior Play. TONY GENE HAMILTON “Plodding and plotting wins the race” Homeroom Officer 1; Beta Club 2, 3; HORNET Staff 2, 3, 4; Bus Drivers Club 3, 4. JUDY ANN HARDING “The world is a mirror reflecting what you do; if you face it smiling, it’ll smile right back at you." Homeroom Officer 1, 3; Latin Club 1; Library Club 3; Beta Club 2; Junior Follies 2; Junior Class Secretary; Future Teachers 3; Varsitv Basketball 3, 4; Captain of Basketball Team 4; D.A.R. Award 4; Block "A” Club 4; Senior Superlative; Football Sponsor 4; A.H.S. Cabinet 4; Student Council Secretary 4. ELIZABETH HEYWARD HATCHER “A cheerful comrade is better than a footwarmer and a waterjmwf coat.” Basketball Team 1, 2; Latin Club; Art Club; Dramateers 2; French Club 3; Junior Play.GLORIA ELIZABETH HOLLEY “Be your ownself and leave custom to those who need it.” Library Club 1; F.H.A. 2, 4. IDA OLIVIA HOLLEY “A perfect recipe for devil’s food.” Latin Club I; French Club 1, 2, 3; Junior Follies; Basketball Manager 3; Future Teachers Vice-President 3; Block "A” Club 3; Homeroom Officer 4. VIRGINIA CLARKE HOLLINGSWORTH “The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed.” Latin Club 1, President 2; Beta Club President 2; Band I, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3; Student Council 1, 2, 4; National Honor Society 4; Order of the Green and White 4; Junior Play; French Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Superlative; Homeroom Officer 4. NELLIE VONCILLE HOLSONBACK Love, sweetness, goodness in her person shine.” F.H.A. 4; Canteen Staff 4; Library Club 4. JAMES HATTLEY HAY “Music is the thing of the world that I love most.” Student Council I; Homeroom Officer 1, 3; Beta Club 2; Football 2; Bus Drivers Club 3; Dramateers 4; Senior Play. BARBARA PATRICIA HERRON Here is the quiet smile of friendliness ” D. E. Club 4; Chorus 4. PATRICIA CAROLYN HERRON "She docth little kindnesses which most leave undone.” Latin Club 1; French Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2; Future Teachers 3; F.H.A. 2, 3; Homeroom Officer 1, 2. EDWARD IRVEN HICKS “Of two evils, choose the prettier.” Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Junior Class Vice-President; Homeroom Officer 1, 2. 3; French Club 2; Art Club 1, 2; Block "A” Club 2, 3, 4; Bus Drivers Club 4; Senior Superlative.JUDITH LESLIE HOWARD Never pass temptation by; it may never come again.” May Attendant 1; Junior Follies 2; Student Council 3; French Club 2; Assistant Majorette 4; Band 4; Junior Play. LINDA LOUISE HOWARD “When she is present, you wonder how you did without her” May Attendant 1, 4; Student Council 2; Junior Follies 2; French Club 2; Dramateers 2; Cheerleader 3; Head Cheerleader 4; Contestant for Miss HORNET; Senior Superlative; Homeroom Officer 4. JEWELL CHRISTINE HUNT 'Gratitude is the sign of noble souls” F.H.A. 3, 4. LeCRANDE BENJIMAN JOHNSON “Every mans affairs, however little, are important to him.” Audio-Visual Club 1; Bus Drivers Club 2, 3, 4; T. I. Club 4; Nature Club 2; D. E. Club 3, 4. PHILLIP LAURENCE JOHNSTON, JR. “He that mischief luitcheth, mischief catcheth” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Honors at Carlisle Military Academy, Bamberg, South Carolina. BRENDA LOUISE JONES “A girl with a smile is a girl worthwhile.” Art Club 1, 2; French Club 3; Future Secretaries Club 4; Chorus 4; J.H.A. 1. ARTHUR WILLIAM JORDAN "Here I stand; 1 cannot do otherwise.” F.F.A. Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2; Student Council 2; Junior Play; Senior Play; Dramateers 4; A.H.S. Cabinet 4; Homeroom Officer 3; Library Club 3; Vice-President 4. KATHLEEN KELLEY “Friends are made, not born” Junior Play; Senior Play; Future Secretaries Club 4; F.H.A. 4.MARY JEWELL KEY “A cheerful heart, a cheerful smite." F.H.A. 4. HARRIETTE COLLEEN KIGHT "A friendly girl in every way; she makes the most of every day.” Student Council 2, 3; Latin Club 1; Beta Club 2, 3; Junior Play; Future Secretaries Club 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramateers 1, 2; French Club 2. BARBARA ANN KITCHINGS "A pleasant girl with a pleasant way .” Art Club 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 2; French Club 3; Future Teachers 3; Future Secretaries Club 4. LORETTA ANN KITCHINGS "Silence cannot be misquoted” Latin Club 1; Future Secretaries Club 4; Canteen Staff 4; Chorus 4. EUGENE HAY KNEECE, JR, “ was a boy scout until I reached 16, then I became a girl scout.” Student Council 1, 2; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Block “A” Club 3, 4; Student Rotarian; King Teen 4; Senior Superlative; Order of the Green and White 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 3; Vice-President Senior Class. FRANCIS WYMAN KNIGHT "I’ve spent my time studying pleasure.” Band 1, 2; Latin Club I; President of "B" Band 2; Student Council 2; Dramateers 2; Junior Class Play; French Club 2, 3; Homeroom Officer 1, 4. LU ANNE LAIL “A sensitive being; a creative soul.” Art Club 1, 2, 4; Latin Club 1; French Club 2; Debutante 2; May Day Attendant 3, 4; Junior Play; Future Secretaries Club 4; Homeroom Officer 2. MICHAEL DOUGLAS LANNINC "I don’t know whether I’m coming or going, but I’m moving.” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Baseball 1; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1; French Club 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Officer 2; Sophomore Class President; Block “A” Club 2, 3, 4.RHEA HELEN LASK "A jolly personality is the greatest gift of all ” Future Teachers 3, 4; F.H.A. 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Junior Play. HENRY PETER LEIFERMANN “Nothing can bring you peace but yourself” Student Council 1, 3; Homeroom Officer 4; HORNET Staff 1, 2; French Club 2, 3; Latin Club 1; National Merit Scholarship Finalist 4. RONALD MARTIN LYELL “Mischief’s chief helper” Baseball 2, 3; Bus Drivers Club 4. CHARLES HERBERT MARVIN, III "Wit and a wisdom are born icith a man.' French Club 1; Audio-Visual 1; Golf 2; Student Rotarian. JOSEPH DAVID MARVIN, JR. “A soft voice turneth away wrath ” Freshman Class Vice-President 1; Football 3; Junior Follies 2; Audio-Visual Club 2; Baseball 3, 4; Bus Drivers Club 4. DONNA JEAN MATLOCK “Her words are simple, her soul sincere” Future Secretaries Club 4. CLARENCE MAE ELIZABETH MATTHEWS “Sweetly sliding into the eyes of men” JAMES MICHAEL MAXWELL "He cant smile for laughing” Homeroom Officer 1, 2; Football 1, 2.ROBERT WESLEY MAYENSCHEIN “Women may come and women may goK but not if I can help it.” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Bus Drivers Club 1, 3, 4; Track 2; Library Club 2; Student Council 4; Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4. DONNA LAWSON McCREADY ‘7 take life as it comes and enjoy it” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1; French Club 2, 3; Future Teachers 4. RANDALL BURKE McFARLAND "A little nonsense now and then—and all the time” Basketball 2, 3, 4; Block “A” Club 3, 4; Homeroom Officer 3; Student Council 4. CARL ALANZO McC.EE, JR. “ Quiet, but not idle.” Livestock Judging Team 2; Block “A” Club 2; Baseball Manager 2; F.F.A. Club 4; Bus Drivers Club 4. JUL1ANNE P1LSTER McGRAW "It is charming to totter into vogue." Dramateers 1, 2, 4; Librarian 2; President 4; Senior Play Student Director 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Assistant Head Majorette 4; Future Teachers Club 3; Latin Club 1; French Club 2. 3; Band Librarian 3; Features Editor of the HORNET 4, Contestant for Miss HORNET 4; Basketball Manager, 4; May Da Attendant 1. 3; Senior Superlative; Editor of "Teen Times” 4; Block "A” Club 4. ARCHIE HOWARD McCLURE ‘7 am not against work; I’m just not in favor of it.” Student Council 2; D. E. Club 4; Historian 4. KERRY KENT McCLURE “Nothing is more trouble than the effort of thinking.” D. E. Club 4; Bus Drivers Club 4. SHERIDAN SUE McCOY “If I shoot at the sun, I may hit a star.” J.H.A. 1; Art Club 1, 2, 4; French Club 2; Library Club Treasurer 3; Junior Production; Senior Play; Future Secretaries Club Secretary 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 4.CHRISTOPHER TAYLOR McMILLAN “Girls keep running through his mind. they don’t dure walk.” Editor of “Teen Times” 3, 4; Editor of HORNET 4; 'T Speak for Democracy” Contest Winner 3; French Club 3, 4; Tennis Tournament Winner 3; Order of the Green and White 4; National Merit Scholarship Winner 4; A.H.S. Cabinet 4; French Play 4; Homeroom Officer 3; Student Rotarian. CONNIE MESSICK “How can I get my diploma when you hoys take all my time?” Student Council 1; Football Sponsor 2; French Club 2; Junior Play; Dramateers 4; Homeroom Officer 2. JOEL MAYE MILLS “Sincere in all things.” Dramateers 4; Library Club 4; Art Club 4; D. E. Club 4. ROY ALLEN MILLS “Take my advice. Don’t let uour studies interfere with your social life.” Varsity Baseball Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Block “A” Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball Team 2; Varsity Baseball Team 3, 4; Student Council 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES RODNEY MONTGOMERY “A man is as happy as he makes himself.” Art Club 1, 2, 4; D. E. Club; T I Club 4; Bus Drivers Club 4; Dramateers 1; Canteen Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 3. JAMES HARRY MOORE “I am as innocent as a new-laid egg.” F.F A. Club 2, 3, 4; Reporter 4; Judging Team 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Football Manager 3; Block “A” Club I, 2, 3, 4; I). E. Club 3; Nature Club 2. LILLIAN LeLANC MOORE “You are looking as fresh as paint.” Latin Club 1, 2; Art Club 1, 2, 4; Beta Club 2; Student Council 2; Talent Show 2; French Club 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Junior Production; Math Club 3; Senior Play Reporter; Dramateers. PHILIP ARNOLD MOORE “1 have been a stranger in a strange land.” Art Club 1; Nature Club 2; Bus Drivers Club 4; Homeroom Officer 3.CHARLIE NELSON MORRIS Silence hides the deepest thoughts within the minds of man. F.F.A. Club 2, 3, 4; Canteen Staff 4; Bus Drivers Club 4. MARTHA ANN MOSELEY "The end and aim of all education is the development of character" Art Club 4; Honors at Mead Hall, Aiken, South Carolina. WILLIE BRADFORD MOSELEY "When I feel an energetic spell coming on, I sit still until it goes away." Junior Class Treasurer; Senior Class Treasurer; Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Block “A” Club 4; Art Club 2. 3; Student Council 4; Senior Superlative. MARSHA ANN MULLENS ’Tis a wonderful thing to have a happy heart. F.H.A. Club 1. GLENDA FRANCES MUNDY "What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness?" F.H.A. 3; Honors at Lakeshore Jr. High School, Jacksonville, Florida. JOYCE DELLA MUNDY There is always a time to share smiles and goodness everywhere. Homeroom Officer 1. VIRGINIA LOUISE MURPHY "Put all your troubles in the bottom of your heart, sit on the lul and smile." Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 3, 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 3; Future Teachers Secretary 3; Vice-President 4. JOSEPH FRANCIS MURRAY "The only thing wrong with being a good sport is that you have to loose to prove it" Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Block “A” 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; Track 3, 4; Junior Production; Senior Play; Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Nature Club 2.LOIS SHARON MURRILL "Come, come, come, and make eyes at me." Chorus 2; May Day Attendant 3, 4; Homeroom Officer 4. JAMES BARRY NELSON “Silence is more eloquent than words." Track 3. MARY KING NIGHTINGALE "Laugh and the world laughs with you” Future Teachers 4; Art Club 4; Junior Play; Honors at Mead Hall, Aiken, South Carolina ROBERT EDGAR NORTON “He could wink at the moon, and it would slide down out of the sky to roll along beside him." Basketball.2, 3, 4;.Student Council 3, 4; Council Member at Large 3; Senior Superlative; Homeroom Officer 1, 3; Beta Club 3; Mental Contestant 2. MELINDA ANN NUESSLE "A student and a worker yet she enjoys life." Dramateers 1, 2, 3; Library Club 1; Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 3, 4; Mental Contestant 1; National Honor Society 4; Beta Club 2, 3; X-Ponents 3, 4; Senior Play. JAMES RICHARD ODUM "He was made for climbing the tree of knowledge.” National Honor Society 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Science Club 4; Nature Club 2; Latin Club 2; French Club 3. CAROLYN PATRICIA OGLETREE “Always smiling, always neat; forever nice, forever sweet." Homeroom Officer 1; F.H.A. Club 1; Latin Club 2; National Honor Society 4; Future Teachers 4; Junior Production. CRYSTAL MARIE OLSEN "If ambition gets a person anywhere, she will get there." Latin Club 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1; Dramateers 2, 3; Beta Club 2, 3; Secretary 2; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 French Club 3, 4; Junior Play; Senior Play; National Honor Society 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3.CAROLYN LOUISE OSBON “A man says what he knows; a woman says what will please.” Basketball 1, 2; Homeroom Officer 2, 4; Block "A’' Club 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. Club President 3, 4; Debutante 3; A.H.S. Cabinet 3, 4; D. E. Club 4. HARRIETTE ESTHER OWENS “The only way to have a friend is to be one. J.H.A. Club 1, 2; Junior Play. BARBARA JANE PACK 'Love many, trust few, but always paddle your own canoe Latin Club 1; Homeroom Officer 2, 3; Junior Production. ANN DAVIS PARKER It’s nice to be natural if you're naturally nice.” May Day Attendant 1, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-captain 4; F.H.A. 1; Junior Follies 2; Future Teachers 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Homeroom Officer 3; Cheerleader 4; Block “A" Club 4; Football Sponsor 4; Senior Superlative. KENNETH WARREN PARRISH "God made women to love, so I’ll help all I can.” Block “A” Club 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3; Glee Club 3; Football 4; Dramateers 2; Track 1; Honors at Carlisle Military Academy, Bamberg, South Carolina RICHARD ALLEN PAYTON "They are never alone that are accompanied with noble thoughts. Track 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Block “A" Club 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY FRANCES PAYTON A girl that’s willing to do her share when any work comes her way.” F.H.A. Club 3; Canteen Staff 4; Homeroom Officer 4; D. E. Club 4. NANCY LOU PENIX "The higher we rise the grander the view.” Latin Club 1; Beta Club 2; French Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society Treasurer 4; Cheerleader 4; Chorus 4; Senior Superlative.WILLIAM RICHARD PENLAND "Wluit shall we do—go fishing?” Basketball L Baseball 1; Track 3; Football 3, 4; Student Council 2; Block “A” Club 3, 4; Homeroom Officer 4; Junior Production. MARY ANNE PERRY “Her friends—there are many, her foes—are there any?” May Day Attendant 1; Student Council 2; Junior Play; French Club President 3; Future Teachers 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 2. SAMUEL ALLEN PIERCY “Reward awaits those who strive.” Track 2, 3, 4; Block “A” Club 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3; Junior Follies; Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4. VICKY LOU POOLE “Good humor is one of the best articles of dress a woman can wear” Art Club 1, 2; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Beta Club 2, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Block “A” Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; Advertising Manager and Subscription Manager of HORNET; National Honor Society Secretary 4; Science Club Secretary 4, Student Council 4; Senior Play; Senior Superlative; Homeroom Officer 1, 2. DONALD GRUBER PRICE, JR. “A pleasant fellow and a good companion. Bus Drivers Club 4. LINDA LOU PRICE “The mildest manners, the gentlest heart .” Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Secretaries Club 4. ROBERT COOPER PROPST, JR. "It's not life that counts but the fortitude you bring into it” Band 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 1, 2; Dramateers 1; Homeroom Officer 2, Beta Club 2, 3; Junior Play; Senior Play. RUSSELL LAMAR REDD “Quiet and sincere.” F.F.A. 4.JOSEPH LEONARD REYNOLDS "A friend may be well reckoned the master-piece of nature” Homeroom Officer 2; Bus Drivers Club 3. JIMMY LEWIS RICHARDSON “Great thoughts come from the heart'’ Student Council 2; Bus Drivers Club 4. HUBERT EDWARD ROGERS “Rock along old world, and Vll rock with you.” Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Nature Club 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3 4 Audio-Visual Club 4; Art Club 4; Baseball 4; Block “A” Club 4 Bus Drivers Club 4. PINCKNEY MIKELL ROSS, JR. “He has the ability to do things” Audio-Visual Club 3; Electronics Club 4; Junior Production. Chorus 3; Aiken High Quartet 3. NANCY PATRICIA ROYAL “She walks in beauty like the night.” French Club 4; Dramateers 4; Future Teachers 4; Latin Club 1; Majorette 3, Head Majorette 4; Band Staff 4; Band 1, 3, 4; May Queen; Sophomore Class Sponsor; May Attendant 1, 2; Football Sponsor 4; Contestant for Miss HORNET; Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4. CELIA ANN SCOTT 'She has a heart as light as her hair.” JAMES THEODORE SCOTT “One's outlook is a part of his virtue.” F.F.A. Club 4; Bus Drivers Club 4; D. E. Club 3; Publicity Chairman 4. EDDIE JERRY SEICLER “Everything will come if a man will only wait.” Baseball Team Manager 2; Block “A” Club 3; Bus Drivers Club I 2, 3, Secretary 3; F.F.A. 4; T I Club 4.JANE SUE SEIGLER “She does her work well and she does it well." Latin Club 1; Chorus 1. 2; J.H.A. Club 1; French Club 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4; Junior Production. MICHAEL HUGH SHANKER 44Never trouble trouble until trouble troubles you." Library Club 3. DOUGLAS RAY SHAWN “All great men are dead, and I don’t feel so good myself." Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 4; Block “A” Club 1, 2. 3, 4. ALBERT LELON SHEELEY "That man’s silence is wonderful to listen to. Football 4; Track 3. MYRTLE EMILY SHULER "Happiness add and multiplies if we divide it with others." Latin Club 2; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Officer 3, 4; French Club Vice-President 3; Junior Play; Senior Play; May Day Attendant 4. BRIAN KARL SIECMUND "He makes friends by being one. Homeroom Officer I. BRENDA ANN SIMMONS "Her heart is like the moon; there’s always a man in it." Dramateers 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; “I Speak for Democracy” Contestant 1; Art Club 2, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4; Junior Class Play; Bus Drivers Club 3. CHARLES EARL SIMONS, III "Character is the diamond that scratches every other stone." Band 1, 2; Student Council 1, Secretary 2; Vice-President 3, President 4; Beta Club 2, 3; Mental Contestant 2; Basketball 2; Block “A” Club 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Golf Team 3, 4, Junior Class Production; Baseball 2; Student Rotarian; Order of the Green and White 4; Senior Superlative.ALLEN FERREL SMITH “He's a quiet nuin, but quite a man.” T I Club 1; Junior Class Production. CYNTHIA DIANNE SMITH “It is better to be little and shine, than to be big and cast a shadow.” F.H.A. 1; Junior Follies 2; Future Teachers 4; Homeroom Officer 1. LEWIS AUGUST SMITH, JR. “Let thy speech be better than silence, or be silent” Honors at East Aurora High School, East Aurora, New York. ANNIE PATRICIA SNIPES She has a heart with room for every joy.” F.H.A. Club 3; Chorus 3. VERA MAE SNIPES “Her ways are ways of pleasantness.” Future Secretaries Club 4; F.H.A. 4; Chorus 4. ROBERT ALAN SNYDER “Don’t tell me what I mean; let me figure it out for myself.” Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Block “A” Club 4; French Club 2; Football 1, 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3; Tennis Team 2. GEORGE MUTHA SPRUELL “You’re out of condition; what have you been doing, studying?” Chorus 1, 2; Track 2, 3; Student Council 4; Homeroom Officer 4; Junior Class Production 3; Block “A” Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT WALTER ST. JOHN “Be kind to young animals . . . even girls.” Natural History Club 1; Audio-Visual Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Dramateers 1, 2, 4; Art Club 2, 4, President 4; A.H.S. Cabinet 4; Track 3. 4; Junior Productions 3; Science Club 2; Bus Drivers Club 4; Future Teachers 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 4; Band 1, 2. EVELYN ANN STONE "Give every man thy ear hut few thy voice.”' J.H.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2; Canteen Staff 4. DUNCAN DUKES SUDLOW “Take yo’ time single man, take yo’ time.” Senior Superlative; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Officer 1; Band 1. CURTIS ANNE SWANNER “A winning smile has a winning way.” J.H.A. Club 1; Art Club 1. 2; F.H.A. President 2, Treasurer 3; Dramateers 3, 4; Glee Club 4; President 4; Future Teachers 4; Homeroom Officer 4. FRANK EVERETT TAYLOR, JR. “Live fast, die young, and have a handsome corpse” Tennis 1, 2, 3; Track 2; Homeroom Officer 2; Football 3; French Club 2; Science Club 2; Art Club 2. CRACIE MARTINA THNVEATT “Always laughing, never sad; sometimes naughty, but never had. ' Head Majorette of “B” Band 2; Majorette 3, 4; Football Sponsor 2, 4; Junior Follies 2; Basketball 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer Band 4; May Day Attendant 3, 4; Block “A” Club 4; Senior Superlative. HAROLD BARRY TOMPKINS “Nor spoke he one word more than his need.” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Block “A” Club 3, 4. ELIZABETH ANN TOOLE “Speaking in deeds and dcedless in tongue.” Pep Band 1, 2; Student Council 2; F.H.A. 1, 2; Library Staff 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; Future Secretaries 4. CARLOS LANNEAU TOWNSEND JR. ‘Give me a thousand women, but give them to me one at a time.” Homeroom Officer 4. Honors at East Aurora High School, East Aurora, New York.PITNER ALEXANDER TRAUCHBER “Give to the work! the best you tuivc and the best will come back to you.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Manager 2, 3; Student Conductor 4; Student Band Assistant 3, 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Science Club 4; Student Rotarian; Beta Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; President 4; Homeroom Officer 1. 4; Senior Superlative. PETER FAYETTE VAN ZILE "Being gifted with a tongue, use it" HORNET Staff 2, 3; Audio-Visual Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Nature Club 2; Beta Club 2; French Club 2, 3; X-Ponents 3, 4; Science Club 4; Senior Play; Junior Play; Homeroom Officer 3. CHARLEEN ELIZABETH VENNING “ would do anything to serve a friend .” Vice-President Dramateers 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Officer 4; May Day Attendant 3, 4; Student Band Assistant 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4. DEBORAH CHERYL WALKER ' Sweetness, simplicity, and sincerity—all in one” Treasurer of Latin Club 1; Chorus 1; Debutante 1, 2; French Club 2, 3; Dramateers 2; Junior Play; Student Council 3; Future Secretaries Club 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 4. BEVERLY RUTH WALLACE The smile on your face is but a reflection of the feeling in your heart.” Junior Play; Football Sponsor 4; Future Secretaries Club 4; Homeroom Officer 3, 4. JAN CAROLE WATSON “Friendship must be accompanied with virtue, and always U dgcd in great and generous minds." Latin Club 1; French 2, 3, 4; Band 1; Future Teachers 3. 4; Treasurer 3; President 4; A.H.S. Cabinet 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Block “A” Club 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Superlative. ELISE DEMETR1S WEATHERFORD She would rather talk to men than angels any day. Homeroom Officer 3; Future Teachers 4. BARBARA KAY WEEKS “Her words are trusty heralds to her mind.” Art Club 1, 2, Vice-President 4; French Club 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3; Future Teachers 3, 4; X-Ponents 3, 4; Dramateers 4. HORNET Staff, Copy Editor 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Order of the Green and White 4; Mental Contestant 1.THOMAS WARREN WEEKS 7 am planning to hold up the ladder of success.” Student Council 1, 2; Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3; Sophomore Class Vice-President; Beta Club Vice-President 2; Block “A” Club 2. 3, 4; Junior Class President; A.H.S. Cabinet 3, 4; Junior Production; Track 3; Senior Class President; Senior Superlative; Student Rotarian; Order of Green and White 4; National Honor Society 4; “Best Defensive Player Award” 4; Homeroom Officer 1. ERNEST WILLIAM WHITE Sever do today what you can do tomorrow Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM HOYT WHITFIELD “Men of few words are the best men” Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Audio-Visual Club 2, 3,’ 4; Student Council 4; Block “A” Club 2, 3, 4; “Most Valuable Player” Award 4; Homeroom Officer 4. RODGER JOHN WIESE “As dependable as the day is long” Basketball 1; C.S.R.A. Science Fair Winner 2; Audio-Visual Club 3. RAIFORD LARRY WILES “ see the right, and approve it, too” Latin Club 1; Beta Club 2. President 3; French Club 2, 3; Mental Contestant 2; X-Ponents 3; Audio-Visual Club 3; Junior Play; Senior Play; National Honor Society 4; Homeroom Officer 4. CHARLES LEE WILKIE Great men gain nobly when they make foes their friends ” Audio-Visual Club 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4. JEANETTE ELAINE WILLIS “Heart of gold and hair to match” F.H.A. Club 2; Future Secretaries Club 4. JOHN PINKNEY WILLIS, JR. “There is no crown in the world so good as patience” F.F.A. 4; T I Club; D. E. Club 4; Canteen Club 4; Bus Drivers Club 4.GEORGIE SUE WILSON “Here is a girl with a friend-loving heart.” Chorus 2, 4; President 4; D. E. Club 4; Junior Production 3. JUDITH ELAINE WINGFIELD "A laugh is worth a thousand groans in any market” F.H.A. 1; Football Sponsor 3; D. E. Club 4; Secretary 4; Homeroom Officer 3. ELIZABETH PATTON WINTER "Happiness is a perfume you cannot pour on others without getting a few drops on yourself.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Librarian 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 2, 3; Beta Club 2, 3; National Honor Society 4; Junior Play; Math Club 3; Homeroom Officer I; Basketball Team Manager 4. ELIZABETH WINTER WISE "Not too serious, not too gay” Latin Club 1; Band 1; Homeroom Officer 1, 3; French Club 2; Student Council 3; Junior Production; Dramatcers 4; Future Secretaries Club 4; Future Teachers 4. FAYE ANDREA WOOD “Good work she does in quiet ways” F.H.A. 1; HORNET Staff 2; Beta Club 2, 3; Homeroom Officer 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 4; Junior Production. HENRY AINLEY WOODHEAD. Ill "Vm not asking you to agree with me; I’m telling you ” Band I, 2; Latin Club 1; Student Council 4; French Club 2; Homeroom Officer 3, 4; Pep Band 1, 2. SONNY RANDALL WOOTEN Leave silence to the saints; I am but human. Baseball 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3. MARY VELMA WRIGHT Happiness is the only good.’JOHN FOUCHE YEARYVOOD. JR. “Always leave them laughing when you say good-bye” Student Council 1, 3; Band 1, 2; All-State Band 1; Science Club 4; Latin Club 1. GERALDINE ELEANOR YONCE “Ennui, felt on the proper occasions, is a sign of intelligence.” Chorus 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 2, 3; Homeroom Officer 3; Future Secretaries Club 4. MOST POPULAR Betsy Hair Thomas Weeks BEST ALL-AROUND Judy Harding Bobby Norton 43BEST DRESSED MOST ATHLETIC Duke Sudlow Julie McGraw Martina Thweatt Gene Kneece MOST AMBITIOUS Nancy Penix Ed HicksMISS HI MISS KING TEEN Gerry Adams Gene Kneece WITTIEST MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Charles Bateman Vicky Poole Ginger Hollingsworth Chuck SimonsMOST DEPENDABLE Jan Watson Rayburn Adcock FRIENDLIEST Linda Howard Wicky Moseley BEST LOOKING Charles Davis Roberta DebnamGIRL’S STATE Margie Lou Gaver BEST PERSONALITY Ann Parker Bobby Mayenschein J D. A. R. AWARD Judy Harding MOST TALENTED Terry Giboney Pitner Traughberstudent lifecalendar AUGUST 15 Margie and Kit start cracking the whip over the HORNET staff. 18 Football practice started today. Oh! For a glass of cool, cool water. 24 Band practice started. Stay in line Margaret! SEPTEMBER 1 Thomas Weeks—Rotarian. 2. No! You can’t have your schedule changed. 3 Never seen so many lost Freshmen. 4. Band adopted new system of marching and the football team has a new system of playing, both pay off. The band was cheered and the team beat Colum bia 21-6. 6 School gets face lifting. Be careful—I think the painters are in cahoots with local drycleaners. 7 Hey Freshman! No, you are not a Sophomore—you ARE a Freshman! 10 Check your handbook Janice. I'm sure we have our next class in this wing. 11 Well, at least we haven’t lost a game, L.B.C. 0-0. 15 Seniors, last chance to get your rings. Hurry girls, this might be your only chance. 16 Post office converted into a Pep Rally. 25 "Grade, don’t hit, just come close enough to scare ’em into letting us go home,” whispered Bunny. Cracic did just that. 30 Betty Crocker Scholarship Examination! Me enter that? O course not! I can’t boil an egg. OCTOBER 1 Pitner Traughber—Rotarian. 4 P.T.A. meeting tonight. “Mrs. Bobo, please tell mom everyone is doing bad like me,” is the cry of every senior. 7 First six weeks tests started today . . . “Well, at least French was first.” 12 “Yes, Mrs. Casey, I have learned the Alma Mater and the morning praver,” said John Weigle. The Freshmen are learning! Keep it up! 13 Johnny pleads with Ronnie: “Please buy a mum for Cathy. It’s Homecoming! We need the money. 14 Football team narrows Homecoming Queen to Gerry, Shirley, and Drew. 15 New “student” enters office, but Mrs. McNeil doesn’t like snakes! 16 Who are you voting for? 19 Report cards go home today, but I don’t. 20 Senior play cast tryouts today. 23 Homecoming tonight. Oh! I’m so excited! Gerry made a beautiful oueen! Congratulations Freshmen— we know you are here now—the float was crazy. 28 Real food at last. Fried chicken today! (That means soup tomorrow.) 31 Twirp Dance tonight. Junior Girls annual ball. NOVEMBER 1 Chuck Simons—Rotarian. 2 Louis and Karen invade the South. 3 Beta Club clean up campaign. Annette, erase Charles’ name off all your desks. 6 Freshmen elect officers. Keeping it in the family, Simons? Aiken at Dreher . . . wait til next year! 9 Girls Basketball team cut today—“Boo," Dinah and Gay get shower—at last. 12 Hide “The Astonisher”—Don’t let my parents know there is a P.T.A. tonight! 16 Only 34 days til Christmas. I bet Santa Clause is in a big rush now. 20 Football team plays Parker of Greenville to close out season, the band follows. 24 Thank goodness 6 weeks tests are over. Can the teachers translate Sharon’s papers? 30 College Emphasis Day—No, Wickey, you can’t go to Converse. 50DECEMBER 1 HORNET staff members busy selling ads . . . who’s got Bell Telephone? 2 Marilyn! Can’t you hold on to your pocketbook? 3 First night of Senior Play. 4 Second night of Senior Play. Jackie whispers sweet nothings to “Steff.” 5 I have heard certain rumors that our basketball is supposed to be pretty sharp this year, so let’s go see them! 8 Basketball team sets scoring record against Saluda! 10 Our football heroes, Billy, Gene, and Thomas are recognized. Billy and Gene receive trophies—Thomas, a blanket. Seniors pictures arrive—Mike tells the girls to wait in line. 11 Don’t let me forget to tell you that Tommy Coward is Student Rotarian for this month. 14 Heard of the Newest Club? Crutches Anonymous, honorary members are Smoot, Bobby and Judy. 15 Mrs. Elkin’s homeroom wins Christmas Bulletin Board Contest. Did you see those twins working? Mr. Woodward made his own. 18 I thought today would never get here. What's everybody going to do with all this extra time? 21 Drop-in for alumni. Ginny Lou and Margie trimmed the tree. 25 Merry Christmas everyone, and we will see about the new year. 27 Buck arrives. Olivia, come back to earth! You weren’t launched. Clemson dance—“And the walls came tumbling down.’’ 29 Jackie had a little trouble with those revolving doors but it was a real nice dance. Wicky, did that mean patrolman actually give you a ticket? 31 Sure was a nice drop-in Helen, the punch was wonderful.JANUARY 1 Oh! my head! Why did I stay out so late? Have fun Ernest? Leap year girls! No excuse now. 2 Cosh, I hope there are no more of those football games on the Big Eye today, I am sick of them. 3 Better enjoy today, it's the last one before roll call back at the old workhouse you know. 4 Why in the world did today ever come, everything was fine until now, someone would have to ruin the whole works. 5 Aiken wins triple header from Graniteville. 6 Judy, what does D.A.R. mean? You got it! 7 Miss HORNET contestants chosen. 8 Gene Kncece—Rotarian. 9 We all hope Mr. Yarborough will be back with us soon; we surely do miss and need him. 11 Hornet Subscription drive starts. Special after Christmas offer—installment plan. 15 Talent Show! Jeanne takes first place as Barry takes first exit. Aiken demolishes Brookland-Cayce. 16 Melvyn loses Algebra book—Kay loses Melvyn, better luck next time. 19 EXAMS—Teachers, please have mercy. 25 The office is invaded—today is schedule changing day, Smoot!! Home Ec. is a girl’s course! Mrs. Wheat begs for mercy. 27 May Queen candidates chosen. Aiken gets another scoring record—88 points against Orangeburg. 29 All State Band members go to Winthrop. Are you sure you practiced as long as you said you did, Polly? 30 Melvyn finds Olivia but Kay still in Lost and Found Department. I forgot to tell you that Butch Davis finally kissed a girl—a real one. No wonder it snowed. FEBRUARY 1 Kit McMillan—Rotarian. Excerpt from morning report, teachers announcements, “We have five teachers out today. We are asking everyone to help us to continue to hold down the fort." 3 Aiken defeats Richmond Academy 68-66. Bobby, how can you be so calm? What is your secret? Congratulations, Nancy and Terry, I am sure May Court will be lovely this year. 4 What’s with all these scientists anyway? Dan begs one to teach him some chemistry but the scientist refuses.5 Aiken takes North Augusta by a storm. That’s the way to show them Mr. Yarborough! We sure are glad to have you back with us. 6 Hang those decorations everyone—Junior girls sponsor Leap Year Dance. Have a good time Jane? 6 Optimistic Seniors order invitations today. Mrs. Bol o and Mr. Patrick watch with sly grins. 10 Exhibition typist makes “Peaches” feel like giving up. If at first you don’t succeed try, try again. 12 Please, don’t be a litter bug! 13 We clobber Richmond! I wonder what’s wrong with Augusta’s wonder boys? 15 A.H.S. says farewell to Mr. Knight and Mrs. Caldwell, but welcomes Miss Cole, Mrs. Willis, and Mr. Rawl. 17 Junior Class Play Tryouts—I want the maid’s part. 18 Buy your Hornet now or never! 19 Joel, Nell Dean, Jimmy, James and William go to Rock Hill for library convention. 25 Aiken leaves Parker in mourning. Take off your shoes! No, you can’t dance on the gym floor with those tennis shoes Lewis! This is a sock hop. 26 Boiler in gym blows—and temperature ouside is 20°F. MARCH 1 Charles Marvin—Rotarian. 3 Wild Life meets at Chuck’s tonight! 4 AAA Conference game: Sumter 44, Aiken 43. Judy, why were you hanging out behind that car? 9 Band receives top honors at Newberry! Congratulations. We are real proud of ya’ll. 10 Report cards go home-when will they send a rocket to the moon? 11 Penny gets Crocker Award—glad we have a cook among us! 11 Who said those students were smart enough for N.H.S.! It’s snowing outside, did someone forget to tell the weather man that this is South Carolina? Seniors play wildly in the snow while underclassmen watch with envious eyes from classrooms—See you on the golf course after school, Kenn. 11 Beta Club Convention—gee, what a mob! 12 Happy Birthday, “Steph” and Bobby. Surprised Bobby? What time did yau get in. Duke? 14 If they don’t nave that parking lot I'm going to row my boat to school. Chuck—don’t you know the date yet? It’s not July. 17 Junior Class Play grand success—Mrs. Rutland picks another winner. 18 Full house at final night of play, that thing sure was full of surprises, I am real proud to be a Junior is the cry! 21 HORNET leaves Aiken for publisher. Staff ready to leave for moon! 23 3 cakes, flowers and gifts—happy birthday, Mrs. B. quit autographing my papers with “F” or I’ll tell your age. 25 Why not more state teacher’s meetings—the students need the rest! 25 French Club practices for play again. 26 Commencement speakers wanted—so soon, Miss Gunter? I’m still flunking. 26 Ardean wins science fair—enjoys Indiana—wish we could go. 27 Barbara, Jane, Connie and Steph have reformed and given up the weeds! 30 These Beta Club attacks on litter are murder. 31 Well, what do you know—only two more months, then freedom at last! ! calendar APRIL 1 I have a date tonight—April Fool! Junior and Senior Varsity clash tonight. Wonder how the Freshmen would do there? 2 I don't care what April showers bring—it has to stop for May Day and Junior Senior. 5 Our sports drivers are glad to see the blue sky, down with the tops. Anne, you put the top down now— not in January! 8 Freshmen look to future for their Junior-Senior as they give Debutante Dance. 15 Appreciation at last—we’re deductible from income tax. 18 Hey—how many do you have in your house party, Sarah—enough room for us? 24 Baseball and other outdoor sports enjoyed by all. I wish we could have Study Hall outside. 30 Are we ever going to get out of here? Gosh, those poor underclassmen—they have to come back next year and as if that isn’t enough, they start in August. MAY 6 Gee, what a beautiful May Day. Weren’t the dresses and girls lovely? 6 Art exhibit and Junior-Senior—what a day—I’m tired. 7 Gosh, I wish they would air-condition this place or turn the heat back. 8 “Charwin, yo uhad better start studying your French,” is the fruitless cry of Mrs. Butler. 9 Oh, what a fabulous time, but why do so many people like to slap sunburned backs? 15 How many minutes left? When are Hornets returning. Kit? 15 More to follow later, gang! 55sportsfootball SCHEDULE Home Visitors Columbia 21 6 L. B. C 0 0 Carlisle 0 0 Florence 0 32 Lancaster 7 12 Brookland-Cayce 0 19 Anderson 6 34 Eau Claire 6 6 Greenwood 7 26 Dreher 6 28 North Augusta 6 40 Parker 7 If Tom Barton HEAD COACH 58First Row: Billy Brockington®, Billy Whitfield, Tony Corder®, Frank Hepburn®, Ronnie Kaplan®, Steve Carlisle®, Glen DeHart®, Billy Monk®, Bobby Burch®, Dick Smiley®. Second Row: Charles Bateman, Richard Payton, Thomas Weeks, Richard Penland, Harold Brunson®, Bunny Hair, Ronnie Johnson®, Gene Christensen, Glen Nordeen®, Mike Lanning. Third Row: Head-Coach Tom Barton, Gene Gunter®, Rodger Galloway, Barry Tompkins, Bob Davis®, Joe Murray, Woody Woodward®, Doug Shawn, Wicky Moseley, Gene Kneece, Alex Beasley®, Iom Todd®, Ted Prichard®, Assistant Coach Bill Knight. Returning players. 59BEST OFFENSIVE PLAYER GENE KNEECE MOST VALUABLE PLAYER BILLY WHITFIELD BEST DEFENSIVE PLAYER THOMAS WEEKS senior players Rodger Galloway VVicky Moseley Richard Payton Hubert Rogers Charles Bateman Bunny Hair MANAGERS Tommy Coward Wesley Hilton 61basketball I960 SCHEDULE H V Barnwell .... 75 31 ' Aquinas 72 39 Greenwood .... 59 68 Graniteville .... 60 52 Brookland-Cayce .... 71 48 - Parker 46 66 Graniteville 59 59 Orangeburg . ... 88 70 - Saluda .... 77 6.3- Richmond Academy .... 68 66- North Augusta .... 65 52 Greenwood .... 66 65 Aquinas .... 86 48- Richmond Academy 57 Barnwell .... 76 47- North Augusta .... 80 76 Brookland-Cayce 62 Parker .... 76 71First Row: Roy Mills, Bob Mayenschein, John Knox, Danny Mills, Glen DeHart. Second Row: Alex Beasley, Gene Kneece, Billy Franklin, Greg Roberts, Bob Davis, Bob Norton, Randall McFarland. 63GENE KNEECE senior players BOB NORTON ROY MILLSFirst Row: Blake Meadows, Kenny Kight, Bob Farmer, Larry Stewart, Ronnie Johnson, Ross Stevens, Stanley Selby. Second Row: Charles Hepburn, Steve Carlisle, Glen Nordeen, Terry Chance, Richard Byrd, Harry Bray, Billy Brockington, Robby Johnson. HEAD COACH Bill Yarborough MANAGERS Robert Grace and Tim Helms 65COACH Mrs. Peggy Seigler I960 SCHEDULE H V Orangeburg................ 14 39 Saluda ....................35 .33 Barnwell ................. 22 19 Aquinas .................. 31 46 Graniteville.............. 28 14 Graniteville.............. 43 39 Orangeburg................ 28 47 Saluda ................... 18 35 Richmond Academy.......... 20 33 North Augusta............. 28 40 Aquinas .................. 34 37 Richmond Academy.......... 20 48 Barnwell ................. 45 33 North Augusta............. 39 32 girls’ basketball 66First Row: Roberta Mathis, Jan Watson, Martina Thweatt, Pam Royal, Gay Blanchard, Alma Green, Ann Parker, Judy Harding, Dinah Plyler. Second Row: Carolyn Grace, Sandra Gregory, Sheila Hanna, Mary Lou Axelberg, June Groves, Judy Rorex. Ann Rountree, Linda Willing, Boo Kruger. MANAGERS Patty Winter and Julie McGraw 67beautiespresenting margaret Ionise gaver miss hornet 1960 chosen by KINGSTON TRIOmiss julienne megraw contestant for miss hornet miss terry giboney contestant for miss hornet maid of honor miss linda howard contestant for miss hornetmiss sue marshall junior class sponsor miss betsy hair contestant for miss hornet senior class sponsor miss linda bennett freshman class sponsor miss geraldine adams homecoming queen 74miss nancy royal may queenunderclassmenJUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS STEWARD OREAR........Treasurer MARY LOU AXELBERG Vice-President JANE DICKERSON.......Secretary JOHNNY KNOX..........President juniors 78Scott Anderson Tom Anderson Charles Armour Mary Lou Axelberg Linda Bailey Marcella Baker Henry Barrett Dottie Barton Lynda Bates Bill Baxter Louis Bearden Alex Beasley William Bell Jacque Berger Anthony Boatwright Bonnie Bovee Elizabeth Boyd Pat Braddy 'juniors Elgin Bridgforth Roy Brock Billy Brockington Camilla Brooks Dale Brown Edward Brunson Harold Brunson Zelda Bryant Tam Burgess Henry Busch Kathryn Busch Julia Butler Patricia Butler Fern Caney Steve Carlisle Joyce Carter Broadus Cato Grady Cato Pat Coffey Patricia Coffey Judy Coker Butch Collie Patsy Collins Judy Courtney 79Ronnie Dance Bob Davis Butch Davis Jeff Davis Glen Dehart Diane Derrick Jane Dickerson Barbara DiFilippo Virginia DiFilippo Donna Doyle Jean Drawdy William Dunbar George Dunn Gary Du Vail Barbara Eckardt Eleanor Eckel Watson Elkin Sarah Emeneker juniors Mary Lois Eubanks Jean Flowers Sonny Ford James Fowler Larry Fowler Billy Ray Franklin Barbara Frcar Anne Freeman Barbara Friedman Linda Fulmer W. 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Fuller Thelma Funderburg Harry Galloway Charles Gardner Linda Gardner Annette Garvin Olivia Garvin Peaches Gault Jo Ann Cibbons Dan Gilman Mary Eleanor Gingrey Henry Goldman Geneva Goodwin Harry Coodwin 80Aurira (iossett Carolyn Grace Milton Cray Rutliic Gregorie Robert Gregory Sandra Gregory Sharon Hahn Edward Hair Bettina Hall Henry Hall Leona Hall Lindsey Hall Phyllis Hall Bobby Hallford Frank Hallman Sheila Hanna Bill Harden Charwin Harmstad junior s Lewie Hartley Tom Harton Ann Harvey Hope Hatfield Dale Hawks Doug Hayes Albert Heath Carol Heath Earline Heath Bill Heaton Tim Helms Charles Hepburn Frank Hepburn Jimmy Herron Judy Herron Helen Hite Don Hogan Sandra Holley Courtney Howard Tommy Hubbard Gerald Hudson Barbara Hunt Maureen Hutto Phil Hydrick 81Billy Hyman Belva Jean Johnson Connie Johnson Robby Johnson Susan Johnson Hall Jones Mary Jordan Stephanie Kaufman Harold Kelley Charles Key Benny Kidd Buddy King Danny Kimball John Knox Cretchen Lawrence Brenda Leach Gail Lindell Fred Lowery juniors Alice Lybrand Jim Macklen Marcia Markland Sue Marshall Anne Martin Catherine Massey John Mathis Roberta Mathis Jack Mayenschein Bill McCall Larry McClain Jack McCraney Nikki McGinley Barbara McMillan Sandra McNair Connie Mellon Russell Miller Danny Mills Ardean Moore Jean Moore Ray Moore Billy Morton Jerry Mountain Mac Mundy 82Bruce Murray Gordon Nichols Glen Nordeen Steward O’Rear Naomi Osbon Cathey Owens Eddie Patrick Harold Peacock Brenda Perry Jeff Piech Fred Pierce Peggy Pinckney Lynda Piper Ted Prichard Linda Prince David Proffitt Cindy Propst Sherry Ratchford juniors Johnnie Ray Ponnie Redd Pattie Reeves Vincent Richardson Martin Roberson Greg Roberts Jimmy Robertson Marjean Robinson Buck Rodgers Eulalie Rodgers Clement Rogers Sonny Roland Ann Roundtree Judy Rorex Pam Royal Judy Rutledge Linda Salley Louise Satterfield Gerald Scott Katherine Scott Sue Scott Judy Seymour Arthur Slayton Emmie Smalley 83Dick Smiley Earline Smith Marilyn Smith Chris Smoot Davis Snipes Gene Snipes Arlene Snitker Charles Snyder Jimmy Spencer Jane Spivey Martha Sprawls Jane Stacey Larry Stewart Charles Stevens Ross Stevens W. 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Stone Pam Striesfield Earl Sturkey 'juniors Carolyn Syphrit Lester Taylor Tom Todd Marilyn Torchio George Townes Rudy Turner Thomas Tyler Charlotte Tyson Judy Tyson Henry VanderVoort Elaine Vincent Pam Wallace Eddie Walton Judy Watson Andy Weadon Tommy Wells Nan Werner Polly Wheat Barbara Wiland Emily Wilkie Patsy Wilkins Margaret Williams Dennis Willing Linda Willing 84Helen Willis Jimmy Willis Walter Wilson Alan Wolf Arthur Wood Brenda Wood Jimmy Wood La Faye Woodward Woody Woodward Drew Wright Donna Yelverton Paula Zumbrunnen juniorsFRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS GAYLE COZART............Secretary CHERYL BREWER...........Treasurer GAYLE WISE.........Vice-President DOC SIMONS..............President freshmen 86John Adcock Charles Allin Diane Allin Patricia Ard Joyce Armstrong Roger Arnett Sybil Austin Bobbie Jean Bailey Donald Baker Peggy Bane James Barber James Barrett James Barton Jeanette Baughman Patsy Baughman Tommie Baughman John Bebbington Virginia Beckman Rudy Bell Linda Bennett Bobbie Bishop Loren Blackman Gay Blanchard Dale Blessing Barbara Boatwright Rodney Boatwright Bobbie Bomba Alfred Booth Sabra Boylston Harry Bray Sherry Brewer Judson Brodie Brenda Brown Christine Brown Lloyd Bruggeman Donna Bryant Brenda Bunting Bobby Burch Craig Burgess Bobby Burke Stanley Burroughs Wayne Byars freshmen 87Richard Byrd Madison Canady Fay Cardinal Steve Carr Nancy Carroll Jerry Carter Ronnie Carter Terry Chance Joe Chewning Judy Coker Starlynn Cook William Cool freshmen Charles Cooper Harold Cooper Tony Corder Amelia Cotis Fay Cotney James Covar Kay Coward Gail Cozart Donna Creasey Billy Creed Sue Creed Ida Pearl Currie Charles Cushman Ruth Cushman Wayne Cushman 'Butch Day Linda Delucia Beckie Derrick Luther Derrick Sue Dillard Jimmy Dychcs Ray Easterling George Economos Virginia Edgar Dick Edwards David Ellett Dixie Ellington Richard Emslie Elizabeth Eubanks Cynthia Evans 88Morris Faber Marie Fabrick Robert Farmer Mary Fincher Brenda Fowler Dorothy Fox Helen Franklin Charles Gamble Billy Garrison Essie Garvin Steve Geddes Mary Fran Gee freshmen Robert Gomillion Brenda Gordon Jack Gosnell Diane Gosset Linda Graham Nancy Gray Patricia Greene Faye Greene Shirley Greer Allan Gregory Bernard Gregory Peter Griffin Jean Groves Anne Hall Glenda Hall Wayne Hartley Neild Hay Dolly Heath Nancy Heilig Larry Helms Louis Helms Betty Henson Lynn Hill Henry Hutto Dana Jackson Harold Jarrett Amanda Johnson Marie Johnson Harry Johnston Russ Johnt 89Charles Jones Jay Jones Kathryn Kalos Ronald Kaplan Tim Keel Kenny Kight Peggy Kinnaird Joe Kneecc Mary Ann Kruger Judy Lackey Kenny Lail Penny Lancaster freshmen Johnny Lane Kaye Larson Julia Ann Lee Annette Lowe John Lowery Donald Lyell Jeanne Martin Way man Martin Beth Marvin Roger Mason Charles Matthews Wanda Matlock Graybill McElmurray Donna McFarland Kay McGee James McMahan Sylvia McNair Judy McNeil Blake Meadows Norma Jean Melcolm Jackie Mergler Bobby Miller Janice Miller Kay Mills Carolyn Min near Betsy Molony Ricky Montgomery Clair Montjoy Judith Moore Edward Morgan 90Jim Morris Ann Moyer Pam Newberry Judy Nightingale Linda Nuzum Thomas Olsen Sherry O’Neill Mattie Lou Parrott Kay Patrick Ellen Pattis Richard Ray Penix Patricia Penland freshmen Bessie Pennington Leonard Plunkett Dinah Plyler Wayne Poston Betty Jean Powell Dale Purcell Bobby Rast David Ratchford Dwain Rector Martin Redd Susan Arlene Redd Emily Reese James Renfro Charles Rodes Mitchell Rifkin Fred Ritz Faye Roberts Gayle Roberts Henry Roberts Ralph Roc Robert Rollins Larry Ruston Penny St. John Kay Salley Cathy Sampson Diane Sawyer Jerry Schwertfeger Dorothy Scott Lois Seigler Lydia Seigler 91Stanley Selby Renny Shanks Margaret Shideler Butch Shivers Antoinette Siddal Dick Simons Doc Simons Kenneth Skeen Glenn Slaughter Billy Smoot Ginger Snyder James Spilsbury freshmen Shirley Stallings Bonnie Stec Barry Stevens Billy Stewart Sheila Stumpf Alice Sullivan Jean Swansey Hansford Temples James Todd Beth Tompkins Billy Toole Sarah Martha Toole J. J. Trinkl Tojo Turner Derve Tyler Sally Urban Clayton Valley Nancy Van Zile Mickey Vickers Don Wakefield Richard Wallace Gail Walling Douglas Waters Alan Weeks John Weigle Christie West Eunice Widener Nancy Widener Jim Wilkins George Williams 92[activitiesSENIOR COUNCIL MEMBERS First Row: Henry Woodhead, Vicky Poole, Emily Shuler, Sharon Murrill, Ann Parker, Ginny Lou Murphy, Terry Giboney, Alma Green, Tommy Coward, Duke Sudlow. Second Row: Roy Mills, Bobby Mayenschein, Mike Lanning, Charles Bateman, Wicky Moseley, Thomas Brewer, Bobby Snyder, Billy Whitfield, Bobby Norton, Randall McFarland, Steve Griffin, George Spruell. student council JUNIOR COUNCIL MEMBERS Kneeling: Marilyn Smith. Nan Werner, Steward O’-Rear, George Townes, Geneva Goodwin, Susan Johnson, Audra Cossett, Marilyn Torchio, Sue Marshall, Peggy Pinckney. Second Row: Judy Courtney, Judy Tyson. Margean Robinson, Anne Freeman, Donna Doyle, Ann Harvey, Judy Seymour. Ann Rountree. Annette Garvin, Linda Prince, Mary Eleanor Gingrey. Third Row: Tommy Hubbard, Arthur Slayton, Henry Busch, Ronnie Dance, Danny Mills, Bob Davis, Fred Lowery. Billy Morton, Tim Helms. Dan Gilman .CHUCK SIMONS... MRS. BETTY OWEN Presulent , .Advisor ALEX BEASLEY. JUDY HARDING JIMMY WILLIS. Vice-President .....Secretary .... Treasurer FRESHMAN COUNCIL MEMBERS Kneeling: Jeanne Martin, Pam Newberry, Anne Hall, Nancy Carroll, Cynthia Evans, Kay Patrick, Bobbie Jean Bailey, Linda Bennett, Cathy Sampson. Second Row: Gay Blanchard, Faye Greene, Beth Tompkins, Judith Coker, Judy Lackey, Kay McGee, Boo Kruger, Sheila Stumpf, Gayle Wise. Third Row: Blake Meadows, Billy Winter, Chuck Jones, Ken Kight, Mac Johnston, Tojo Turner. Steve Carr, John Weigle, Martin Redd. Doc Simons. 97order of green and white First Row: Ginger Hollingsworth. Barbara Weeks. Second R(tw: Gene Kneece, Billy Whitfield. Chuck Simons, Thomas Weeks, Kit McMillan. beta club First Row: Judy Tyson, Katherine Scott, Earlene Smith, Beth Marvin, Meta Willis, Judy Lackey, Mary Fran Gee, Linda Nuzum, Sheila Stumpf, Charlotte Tyson. Second Row: Alan Weeks, Fern Caney, Ardean Moore, Nikki McGinley, Patsy Wilkins, Lynn Hill, Arlene Snitker, Marie Fabrick, Gay Blanchard, Antoinette Siddal, Beth Tompkins, Mrs. Ann Casey, Advisor. Third Rote: Marilyn Sm h, Anne Freeman, Mary Lou Axelberg, Polly Wheat, Steward O Rear, Jimmy Willis, left Piech, George Townes, Gordon Nickols, Henry Vander Voort, Bill Williams. Fourth Row: Billy Winter, Charles Gamble, Peter Griffin, Alex Beasley, Doug Hayes, Greg Roberts, Ross Stevens, Billy Smoot, Jerry Schwertfeger, Jack Gosnell, Richard Emslie, Doug Waters.national honor society Seated: Jeff Piech, Pitner Traughber, Richard Odum, Thomas Weeks, Hank Davis, Greg Roberts, Larry Wiles, VV Courtney, Jimmy Willis, Ross Stevens, Alex Beasley, George Townes, Chuck Simons. Standing: Vicky Poole, Penny Fletcher, Elizabeth Toole, Mary Ann Perry, Pat Ogletree, Lang Moore, Barbara Weeks, Nancy Penix, Polly Wheat. June Groves, Marilyn Smith, Ginger Hollingsworth, Melinda Nuessle, Crystal Olsen, Patty Winter, Alma Green, Terry Giboney, Ardcan Moore, Katherine Scott. OFFICERS Richard Odum, Vice-President; Nancy Penix, Treasurer; Mrs. Margaret Bobo, Advisor; Vicky Poole. Secretary; Pitner Traughber, President. 99symphonic band First Row: Margie Lou Gaver, Mary Eleanor Gingrey, Camilla Brooks, Margaret Shideler, Polly Wheat. Second Row: Peter Griffin, Jerrv Schwertfeger, Jeanne Martin, Meta Willis, Steward O’Rear, Dale Blessing, Sue Scott, Eddie Walton, Hope Hatfield, Cnarleen Venning. Third Row: Patty Winter, Beth Marvin, Pat Coffey, Ginger Snyder, Barry Stevens, Dick Edwards, Phil Hydrick, Hank Davis, Alan Weeks, Crystal Olsen, Bill Baxter, Marie Fabrick, Paula Zumbrunnen. StandingGayle Wise, Ginger Hollingsworth, Bonnie Goshorn, Tommy Hubbard. majorettes Left to Right: Julianne McGraw, Pat Coffey, Martina Thweatt, Roberta Debnam, Mary Eleanor Gingrey Nikki McGinley. 100staff hirst Row: Fat Coffey, Nancy Royal, Martina Thweatt, Julie McGraw, Kay McGee, Fatty Winter, Margie Lou Caver, Jeanne Martin. Second Row: Elizabeth Ann Toole, Tommy Hubbard, Clement Rogers, Eddie Walton. Hank Davis, Pitner Traughber, Bill Baxter, Jeff Davis, Steward O’Rear. NANCY ROYAL Head Majorette marching band 101pep band First Row: Bonnie Goshom, Hope Hatfield, Katheryn Busch, Polly Wheat, Charlecn Venning, Crystal Olsen. Second Row: Tommy Hubbard, Bill Baxter, Robert Propst, Phil Hydrick, Pitncr Traughber. chorus First Row: Diane Derrick. Gail Walling. Eulalie Rodgers. Sylvia McNair. Nancv Carroll. Katheryn Kalos. Barbara Friedman, Betty Brea-zeale. Barbara Herron, Man Key. Eunice Widner, Earlene Heath. Second Row: Miss Alice Davis. Advisor; Celia Scott. Annette Lowe. La Faye Woodward. Brenda Jones, Georgia Wilson. Yvonne Greer. Loretta Kit-chings, Ann Campbell. Naomi Osbon, Brenda Fowler. Zelda Bryant. Third Row: Myra Bvars, Belva Jean Johnson. Cindy Propst. Roberta Deb-nam. Rhea Lash. Sara Toole. Nancy Penix, Curtis Ann S wanner. Carolyn Syphii!. Judy Watson. Dottie Barton. Fourth Row: Hubert Rogers. Art Wood. Frank Hallman. Watson Elkin. Jack Me-Craney, W. E. Stone. Eddie Hair. James Fowler. Jimm Herron. Paul Wilson. Luthei Derrick. Fifth Row. Arthur Slayton. Henry Hall. Tom Harton, Charles Gardner. Larry Fowler. George Dunn. Walter Wilson. Sixth Ron:: William Bell. Bill McCall. Pete Hall. Billy Morton, Glen Nordeen. 102cheerleaders Scott Anderson. Stephanie Kaufman. Nancy Penix. Vicky Poole. Linda Howard. Ann Parker, Drew Wright, Melvyn Coffman. art club First Row: Bob St. John. Leonard Berry, Paula Zum-brunnen, Ardean Moore, Lu Ann Lail. Sue Scott. Drew Wright. Mary King Nightingale, Judy Tyson, Bettina Hall. Charlotte Tyson. Brenda Simmons. Helen Hite. Joel Mills. Second Row: Pamela Striesfield. Anna Estelle Giaf-fis. Becky Derrick. Marilyn Smith. Donna Doyle. Barbara Weeks, Lang Moore, Martha Moseley, Anne Martin. JmR Nightingale, Terry Giboney. Sheridan McCoy, Mrs. Pegg Lambert. Advisor. 103library club First Roil': Donna Yelverton. Judy Herron, Lois Seigler. Voncille Holsonhack, Joel Mills, Betty Brcazeale, Beth Boyd. Earlene Smith, Charlene Boyd, Nell Dean Clark. Second Rou Penny Lancaster, Linda Willing. Terry Chance. Blake Meadows. Harry Johnston, Jimmy Wilkins. James Barton, Gerald Hudson. Third Row: Mrs. Jessie Hutto. Arielsen; Faye Roberts. Dale Brown. Buddy King. Diana Allin. Linda Price. Moxell Fox. William Jordan. Leonard Plunkett. future teachers club First Row: Diane Smith. Eltse Weatherford. Brenda Simmons. Barbara Kckardt. Ann Parker. Ruth Gregorie, Jan Watson. Ginny Lou Murphy. Donna McCrcady, Charlotte Tyson. Tam Burgess. Jack McCraney. Harold Peacock. Olivia Garvin, Miss Barbara Jenerette, Advisor. Second Row-4 Marcella Baker, Linda Carter. Jane Seigler. Beth Boyd. Earlene Smith. Curtis Swanner, Charlene Boyd. Nell Dean Clark, Mary King Nightingale, Patsy Gregg, Lang Moore, Beth Wise. Judy Seymour, Barbara Weeks, Faye Wood. Third Row. Stephanie Kaufman, Marilyn Drawdy, Sandra Gregory. Linda Piper, Rhea Lask. Mary Ann Pern-. Bettina Hall. Eleanor Eckel, Zelda Bryant, Connie Mellon, Sue Scott. Marilyn Smith. Pat Ogletree. Fourth Row: Anna Estelle Ciaffis, Katherine Scott. Judy Rutledge, Peggy Pinckney, Pam Royal, Jo Anne Gibbons. Charwin Harmstad, Donna Doyle, Roberta Mathis, Brenda Leach, Nancy Royal. Fifth Row: Bob St. John, Elaine Vincent. Judy Courtney. Connie Johnson, Mary Lou Axelberg, Sue Marshall, Jane Dickerson, Geneva Coodwin, Judy Tyson. Drew Wright. Nikki McGinley.future farmers of america First Bow: Carl McGee, James Barton, Butch Day. Thomas Tyler, Leonard Cook, Lester Tavlor Bill Willinmc n v „ Second Row: Mr. Hawkins. Advisor; Davis Snipes, Don Baker. James Moore, J. T. Scott Johnnie Parker lT° V' C Seiuler, Buddy Bayhnanv, Don Wakefield, James Gregory. Third Bow Edward Blackwell Gene Sni!Je Rah?K h To?nV Day Eddie Roberson. Daniel Lowe, Harold Jarrett. Vincent Richardson. Wayne Byars. Ricky Montgomery Fourth VtJl A"ders?n Martin Rudy Bell. Wallace Kitchens. Leonard Plunkett. Robert Day. Bobby Hallford. Cm»S?eSSSZo,. FW1I iKdd EUun Willing. 105dramateers First Row: Sue Scott. Marie Fabrick. Ginger Snyder. Judy Callahan. Ann Bunch, Brenda Simmons. Ruth Cushman. Meta Willis. Julie McGrtw. Bobbie Jean Bailey. Linda Bennett. Beth Tompkins. Janice Miller. Sheila Stumpf, Judy Lackey. Louis Helms. Second Row: Sue Hatcher. Beth Wise. Linda Bailey. Penny Fletcher. Curtis Ann Swanner. Charleen Venning. Pam Royal. Barbara Eckardt. Lang Moore Barbara Weeks. Anna Estelle Giaffis. Zelda Bryant. Gail Walling. Kay Patrick. Beth Marvin. Third Row: Mrs. Elkin, Advuor; Larry Helms. Deborah Walker I aula - • Mills. Judy Coker. Sue Marshall. Donna Doyle. Gayle Wise. Kay McGee. Bill Baxter. Bob Davis, Watson Elkin, Nancy ee. Fourth Row: Marsha Mullens. Nancy Royal. Judy Nightingale. Judith Coker. Crystal Olsen. WiJliam Jordan. James . Bob St. John. Elaine Vincent, Henry Barrett, Geneva Goodwin. Connie Messick, Kay Coward. Sylvia McNair. Zumbrunnen, Joel Mills, Carroll, Ann Rountree Hay, Leonard Berry le cercle francais First Row: Nancy Van ile. Ginger Snyder . Melinda Nuessle. Ardean Moore. Julia Butler. Drew Wright. Bobby Bailey. Beth Tompkins. Judy Tyson. Terry Gibonoy. Judy Lackey. Second Row Penny Fletcher. Sherry O’Neil. Brenda Leach. Beth Boyd. Earlene Smith. Katherine Scott. Nancy Penix. Barbara Weeks. Lang Moore, Sue Marshall, Penny St. John. Betty Breazeale. Helen Hite. Third Row: J. j. Trinkl. Jan Watson. Judy McNeil. Bonnie Stec. Mariean Robinson. Patsy Wilkins. Fern Caney, Bettina Hall. Charlotte Tyson. Antoinette Sidal. Judy Courtney. Lynn Hill. Mrs. Helen Butler. Advisor. Fourth Row: Chris Smoot. Jimmy Wilkins. Eddie Hair. Connie Johnson. Patsy Collins. Crystal Olsen. Pam Wallace. Sherry Brewer. Cynthia Evans. Butch Davis. Francis Knight. Barry Stevens. Fifth Row: Billy Smoot. Richard Emslie, Jack Gosnell. Jerry Schwertfeger. Kit Me-Vlillan.x-ponents club — fWW V' ' £'7f. P«llv Wk'ofT1, Judy Oiker Drew WHKbt. Atdea" Mo°re. Pam Wallace. Ann Harvey, Lang Moore. Charwin Harmstad. Second notv, Poll Wheat, Camilla Brooks. Mary Eleanor Gintferv. Inlia Rutl« r Pni v Willinc P« nnu d.... n:..____ tl _j n ✓-»« ‘Gin ry P y Wilkins? Pen nyFletcher. p££ "«3 W 8 foT’D B n teK Wchard Ross Sevens iimmy Willis. Jeff Picch. Bill Baxter, Henry Vander VW FoCrt i Rmi- kS BHd2-forth, Dale Brown. Boh Davis. Greg Roberts. Peter Van Zile, Steve Criffin. Walter Courtney. Hank Davis. Steward ORear. les novices club First Rote: Joe Chewning. Louis Helms, Larry Helms. Bill Baxter. Tam Burgess Lloyd Bniggeman. Second Row: Jeanne Martin. Barbara Bishop, Jean Groves. Linda Graham, Gretchen Lawrence. Sheila Stumpf. Jimmy Morris. Mrs. McMillan, Advisor. Third Rote: Marilyn Smith. Eleanor Eckel. Martha Snrawls, Judy Coker, Mary Eleanor Gingery, Cayle Wise. Kay McGee, Billy Winter. 107a. h.s. cabinet First Rou Chuck Simons. Jimmy Willis. Judy Harding. Alex Beasley. Thomas Weeks. John Knox. Doc Simons. Second Bote; Linda Howard. Mary Eleanor Gingrey, Julie McGraw, Terry Gihone , Jan Watson. Carolyn Osbon. Jud Callahan. Fitner Traughher. George Townes. Third Row: Lloyd Bunting, Buddy Bayn-ham. Boh St. John, Bonald Flowers, William Jordan. Hank Davis. Boss Stevens. Peter Griffin, Jeff Piech. Kit McMillan. t. i? i. club First Row: Milton Gray, J. T. Scott. Ralph Roe, Tom Tyler, Rodney Montgomery, Ed Brunson, Charles Allin, W. E. Stone. Second Row: Jimmy Dyches, Watson Elkin, Charles Stiles, Robert Goss, Butch Hewitt. Vincent Richardson, Eddie Seigler, Mr. William Bell, Advisor. Third Row: Joe Reynolds, Harry Galloway, Ronald Flowers, Ernest White, Buddy Bayhnam, Albert Heath, Jimmy Williams, Davis Snipes. 108 block “a” club drivers club First Row: Davis Snipes, Carl McGee, Donald Price. Lester Taylor. Jimmy Macklen. Mel-vyn Coffman. Ed Hicks. Buddy Baynham. Robert Gregory, Billy Franklin. LeGrande Johnson. Larry McClain. Second Row: Tony Hamilton. John Knox. Jimmy Richardson. Tom Harton, Steve Crif-fin. Philip Ewing, Bob St. John. Kerry McClure, Bill McCall. Bobby Hallford. Harry Galloway. Third Row: Philip Moore. Thomas Tyler. Leonard Cook. Edward Blackwell. Jimmie Herron. Robert Day. J. T. Scott. Larry Fowler. Don Hogan. Eddie Seigler. First Row. Vicky Poole, Judy Rorex, Tune G Judy Harding, Pam Royal. Drew Wright. Ann Nancy Penix, Greg Roberts, Richard Payton. ! Groves. Pattv Winter. Alma Green. Martina Thweatt. Jan Watson. Sheila Hanna. Sandra Gregory. Parker. Olivia Holley. Second Row: Tom Todd. Glen Nordeen. Carolyn Osbon, Linda Howard. Sam Piercey. Billy Brockington. Ronnie Johnson. Ronnie Kaplan. Frank Hepburn. Wesley Hilton. I rinu f DitKKti (.n V______I 1) A I I. i • • ■■ • • » , murray. ---------------“'''’Tv' “u,,l£..ll !,.V. JCU ‘ oaerson, nanoau .sicranana. Alex Beasley, Tommy Coward. Richard Penland, Gene Kneece. Melvyn Coffman. Ronald Flowers Billy Whitfield. Sixth Row: Ken Parrish. Thomas Weeks. Charles Bateman. Bob Davis, Ted Prichard. Ed Hicks, Harold Brunson. Lloyd Bunting. Barry Tompkins. Steve Carlisle. 109future homemakers of america First Row: Mary Key, Gail Walling, Evelvn Stone, Voncille Holsonback, Eulalie Rodgers, Kay Coward, Linda Willing, Sandra Holley, Norma Jean Melcolm, Brenda Fowler, Pam Striesneld, Faye Roberts. Gloria Holley. Second Row: Mattie Parrott, Wanda Matlock, Jean Flowers. Louise Satterfield. Patty Reeves. Emmie Smalley, Jane Spivey. Naomi Osbon, Penny Lancaster, Linda Carter, Barbara Kitchings, Amelia Goto. .Third Row: Christine Brown. Margaret Shideler, Peggy Kinniard, Betsy Molony, Donna Bryant, Carolyn Osbon, Brenda Fowler, Barbara DcFilippo. Sarah Emeneker. Ann Harvey. Rhea Lask, Carol Edgar. Fourth Row: Brenda Gordon. Mary Allen Woodhead, Hazel Wilson. Ester Owens, Myrtie Bell. Marilyn Drawdy, Kathy Kelly. Pat Mundy, Sarah Toole, Diane Allin. canteen staff First R ni: Brenda Simmons, Carolyn Grace, Voncille Hol-sonhack, Emmie Smalley. Lynda Bates. Linda Fulmer. Evelyn Stone. Second Row: Mr. John Eubanks, Advisor; Pattv Butler. Linda Salley. Shirley Payton. Carol Edgar. Marcia Markland. Loretta Kitchings. Brenda Fowler. Mary Ann Chavis. Third Row: Rodney Montgomery. James Fowler, Gerald Hudson, Jim Herron, James Barton, Watson Elkin. Lester Taylor. no _future secretaries club First Row: Fat Snipes Beverly Wallace Loretta Kitchings. Linda Sue Carter. Alma Green, Judy Callahan. Jessie Lee Fox. Sheridan McCov .tenvrK,.?h lwr,,r2i- Mrs Mary iale Edwards. Advisor. Second Rote Mary Ann Chavis. Patty Butler. Leona Hall Carolyn Synhrit Nancv Hall. Nell Dean Clark. Brenda Jones Deborah Walker. Beth Wise. Jean Moore. Louise Satterfield. Third SEp"LJafeSte aTbara Di-Fflippo, Jane Spivey, Ponnie Redd. Eulalie Rodgers. Vera Snipes. Barbara Frear, Sharon Hahn. Marjean Robinson. Carol Heath Ann Bunch UUspG ldin Yonwtt'jane avenport,0Lu nnc liai 1 M°“" Fo 00003 MaUock’ Marily° Drawd B »’ Oshon. Elaine science club First Rtnu: Mr. Thomas Patrick. Advisor. 1. J. Trinkle, Larry Helms. Earlene Smith. Ardean Moore, Bobby Miller. Jeff Davis, John Yearwood. Peter Van Zile, Robert Grace. Second Row. Elgin Bridg-forth. Jack McCranev. John Bebbington. Polly Wheat. Vicky Poole. Hubert Rodgers. Louis Helms. Henry Barrett. Pitner Traughber. Harold Kelly. Third Row: Eddie Walton. Harold Peacock. Stewart O’Rear, Boh Davis. Richard Odum, Jimmy Morris. Ross Stevens. Chris Smoot. Greg Roberts. Jimmv Willis. ■r . ■ ' 111kit McMillan Editor June Groves, Assistant Senior Class Editor; Polly Wheat, Assistant Copy Editor; Fern Caney, Assistant Junior Class Editor; Gay Blanchard, Sophomore Class Editor; Henry Vander Voort, Junior Class Editor; Pam Newberry, Sophomore Class Editor; Barbara Weeks, Copy Editor; Terry Giboney, Senior Class Editor. 112Seated: Olivia Garvin, Advertising Manager; Judy Seymour, Assistant Feature Editor; Nan Werner, Art Elditor. Standing: I?i?y„HamiltPn» Assiftwant Subscription Manager; Vicky Poole, Subscription Manager; Sheila Hanna. Assistant Sports Editor; Bill Baxter, Sports Editor; Steward O’Rear, Photographer; Julie McGraw, Feature Editor. 113114EL’NORS florist gifts BAM REALTY COMPANY Phone MI 8-1738 - MI 9-6585 154 Laurens Street Aiken, S. C. HERBERT RAM, Manager Dial MI 9-7062 Aiken, S. C. AIKEN DRUG STORE Prescription Druggist Cosmetics, Drugs, Gifts Phone MI 9-6286 - MI 9-4433 Aiken, S. C. BLUE HOUSE CAROUSEL THE CREST CUSTOM DRESSES FRAMES GIFTS PRINTS OILS Coke brings you back refreshed BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY Aiken Coca-Cola Bottling Company 116CARR’S OF AUGUSTA Read ‘TEEN TIMES' HOME OF FAMOUS FASHIONS” 960 Broad Street OLLIE HANDLEY’S BEAUTY SALON COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE Compliments of AIKEN LUMBER CO. Aiken, S. C. MI 9-4146-MI 9-4147 in AIKEN STANDARD and REVIEW JONES ELECTRIC COMPANY 102 Laurens, N.W. Aiken, S. C. MI 8-8341 BATONS, MUSIC SUPPLIES RECORD PLAYERS FIFTH AVENUE SHOP “THE SHOP ALL WOMEN KNOW” 829 Broad Street Augusta, Georgia “Where the most beautiful originate” 117FOSTER SCHOOL OF DANCE TAP - BALLET ACROBAT - BALLROOM Greenville St., Aiken Phone Ml 8-5771 HALLMAN FUEL CO, INC. KEROSENE FUEL OIL Serving Aiken Over 25 Years 1107 York St. MI 9-2661 Aiken, South Carolina D. M. GEORGE Since 1920 FUNERAL HOME • Aiken, S. C. Best Wishes ALVANO’S TOWN GRILL BETWEEN THE THEATERS WALTER PLUNKETT FUEL OIL AMOCO PRODUCTS Richland Ave. Ext. MI 9-6531 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1960 from your local FULLER BRUSH DEALER Phillip Moore MI 9-7100 B. C. MOORE SONS Incorporated Buy from MOORE and Save MORE 118McELMURRAY PONTIAC Sales (jj - Service Pontiac, G.M.C. Trucks Vauxhalls SUPERIOR TO MANY AND GOOD AS ANY Phone MI 9-2504 1014 Park Ave. Your Money Buys Compliments of More at E. A. BURKIIALTER ACCOUNTANT ELEANOR 841 Laurens St. 314 Newberry St. Aiken, South Carolina AIKEN AUTO PARTS PARTS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS AND TRUCKS Aiken, S. C. Phone MI 9-2566 AIKEN SPORTING GOODS 200 Park Avenue "Behind You All the Way” “WALT” M. BURCKHALTER Gifts Hobby Supplies AIKEN CANDY TOBACCO CO. DISTRIBUTORS OF CICARS, CIGARETTES, CANDIES, GUM, DRUGS, PAPER PRODUCTS AND DIXIE CUPS 118 Pendleton St., S.W. 119 Phone MI 8-5011 Aiken, S. C.OSBON AUTO SUPPLY CO. 1253-55 Broad Street BREWER and ZORN BARBER SHOP Augusta, Georgia We Keep You in Trim Phone PA 2-0238 216 Park Ave., S.E Aiken, S. C. AIKEN COFFEE SHOP Compliments of Come One, Come All, to the Coffee Shop, for a Home-Cooked Meal THE CASUAL HUT 809 Chesterfield Phone MI 9-9368 Aiken, S. C. Augusta, Georcia SOUTHERN MORTGAGE COMPANY Aiken, South Carolina 120THE BOOK SHOP SCHOOL SUPPLIES GAMES CARDS BOOKS GIFTS ART SUPPLIES Aiken, South Carolina WARRENVILLE DRUG STORE Warrenville, S. C. Just a Few Minutes Drive From Busy Aiken A Complete Line of Drugs STEPHENSON FINANCE COMPANY AUTO LOANS FINANCING • REFINANCING 116 Laurens St., N.W. MI 8-5419 Band and Orchestra Instruments Expert Instrument Repairing Sheet Music and Teaching Material SCHNEIDER’S MUSIC CENTER “INSTRUMENT RENTAL PLAN" 312 8th Street Phone 4-8947 Aucusta, Georgia DEATON'S SUPER MARKET 3110 Vaucluse Road Phone MI 8-1532 121PERRY’S ESSO SERVICENTER Park and York Street Phone MI 9-9121 HOME OF HAPPY MOTORING EULALIE SALLEY AND COMPANY REALTORS GENERAL INSURANCE ‘You Will Like Our Service” 316 Park Ave., S.W. MI 9-6571 Phone 2-4313 ROSENTHAL’S Shoes Specialist in • DANCE WEAR • WESTERN WEAR 968 Rroad St. • RIDING CLOTHES Augusta, Georgia YOUNG’S NEW AND USED CARS Richland Ave. Ext. Highways 78 and 215 Phone MI 9-6615 Aiken, S. C. MERRY BROTHERS HALLMAN WEEMS ARCHITECTS Aiken, S. C. J. C. STOCKTON SONS CONTRACTORS Augusta, Ga. Another Beautiful Example of Quality Construction MERRY BROTHERS BRICK TILE COMPANY Augusta, Georgia 122ELLIOTT “Everything for the Office” SCHOOL AND DRAWING SUPPLIES 321 Richland Avenue, W. Aiken, S. C. COWARD SEED COMPANY 914 Park Avenue, S.E. Phone MI 8-5433 FRANZBLAU’S LADIES' APPAREL - SHOES CHILDREN'S WEAR FULMER’S Red and White 603 Charleston Street Aiken, S. C. GARDNER’S BEAUTY SHOP 3411 Trolley Line Phone MI 8-1495 123 Aiken, South CarolinaJ. B. BARSH ELECTRIC SERVICE BELL TELEPHONE and TELEGRAPH CO. 412 Hayne Avenue, S.W. Aiken, South Carolina Aiken, South Carolina DURBAN'S THE HORNET’S NEST “SNACKS THAT ARE DELICIOUSLY DIFFERENT’ 1733 Columbia Rd. Phone MI 9-9236 Aiken, South Carolina INSURANCE • REAL ESTATE Phone MI 9-2561 GEORGE ELECTRIC Aiken, S. C. COMPANY General Electric Appliances Electrical Contracting and Repairs Phone MI 9-4541 220 Park Ave.,S.E. ENGRAVED WEDDING INVITATIONS • Calling Cards • Informals • Party Invitations • Birth Announcements rd A nnv’C LITHOCRAPHING nnAUU 1 ° 114 Pendleton St, N.W. Aiken, South Carolina HOBBY HOUSE Aiken South Carolina 124HERNDON FURNITURE COMPANY "EVERYTHING FOR THE HOUSE” Jewelry, Furniture and Appliances LY 3-2001 Langley, S. C. HOLLEY FUEL COMPANY Union Street, N.E. Day MI 9-6112-Night MI 9-4253 “WE SPECIALIZE IN 24 HOUR SERVICE” FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK In Continuous Operation Since 1906 AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA Member of F.D.I.C., 125AIKEN JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Aiken, South Carolina CULLER’S HALF ACRE 3611 Augusta Road Aiken, South Carolina CHESTERFIELD COURT HAIR STYLING - GIFTS COSMETICS - JEWELRY 120 Chesterfield Street Aiken, South Carolina TYGARD BUICK, INC. 1103 Richland Avenue PHILLIPS SHOE STORE 117 Laurens Street Aiken, South Carolina Aiken, South Carolina FRANK J. HOLMES JEWELRY 151 Laurens Street 126 Aiken, South CarolinaPHOTOCRAFT CAMERA SHOP MURPHEY’S STATIONERY CO. Since 1916 141 Laurens Street SOCIAL AND COMMERCIAL STATIONERY Aiken, South Carolina 718 Broad St. PA 2-2122 Augusta, Ga. PA 2-0211 JOHNSON’S SERVICE STATION 125 Richland Avenue Aiken, South Carolina HOLLINGSWORTH CHEVROLET CO. 340 Park Avenue Aiken, South Carouna CONGRATULATIONS to this term’s graduates and all good wishes for success in the field they have chosen in which 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. 127THOMPSON MOTOR SUPPLY CO. 337 Hayne Avenue Aiken, South Carolina SANDHURST STABLES Walter C. Newman, Instructor 253 Dupree Street Aiken, South Carolina WARNEKE CLEANERS 113 Newberry Street Aiken, South Carolina THE PATIO 3102 Augusta Road Aiken, South Carolina 128HUTSON-ETHERREDGE AGENCY 129 Park Avenue Aiken, South Carolina MONTGOMERY CRAWFORD, INC. 240 Williamsburg Street Aiken, South Carolina AIKEN L P GAS CO., INC. SERVICE YOU WILL LIKE 208 Park Avenue Aiken, South Carolina H. L. GREEN CO. Corner Broad, 9th and Ellis Aucusta, Georcla TOMMIE MATHIS CANDIES and CRACKERS 113 Georgia Avenue North Augusta, South Carolina HOLLEY’S HOLLEY MOTOR CO. HARDWARE - FURNITURE PAINTS-GIFTS Phone MI 9-7371 Laurens Street Aiken, South Carolina “Your Ford Dealer Since 1922” Sales (aaptf vQQE '.’.A Phone VII 9-4148 r-t t Service Aiken, S. C. 129HOTEL COMMERCIAL Aiken’s Largest — Most Popular“ ALWAYS THE BEST FOOD Aiken, South Carolina OWEN, THOMAS McCREARY “A Friendly Store for Men" HEADQUARTERS FOR AIKEN HIGH MEN Laurens St. Phone MI 9-2711 WOODRUFF DRUG STORE MITCHELL SHOPPING CENTER Aiken, South Carolina PLATT REXALL DRUGS 111 Laurens St., S.W. Phone MI 8-8321 Aiken, S. C. DAIRY QUEEN ICE CREAM’S FINEST FLORENCE LAIRD AGENCY REAL ESTATE • INSURANCE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 130 Aiken, South Carolina 304 Park Avenue, S.W. Aiken, S. C.JACKSON TRANSFER STORAGE NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES LOCAL AND LONC DISTANCE MOVING 701 Richland Ave. Aiken, S. C. HOUSE OF BEAUTY OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT JIMMIE POOLE, Owner-Operator ELLIOTT, LENA, and ARCHIE OPEN THE SCHOOL FOR ANOTHER DAY BELK’S DEPARTMENT STORE 121 LAURENS STREET Aiken, S. C.B.T. DYCHES SON, INC. LUMBER and BUILDING MATERIAL QUALITY SERVICE AT LOWEST PRICES 138 Fairfield Street Phone MI 9-4131 Aiken, South Carolina 132GRANITEVILLE COMPANY MAKERS OF COTTON CLOTH SINCE 1845 Graniteville, South Carolina and Augusta, Georgia Graniteville Company is the oldest Southern cotton mill operating under its original charter and Graniteville, South Carolina was one of the first communities in the nation to enforce compulsory school attendance. In addition, it was the first in the South and one of the first in the nation to provide free textbooks for school children. The textile industry provides employment for more people and pays more dollars in salaries and wages than any other industry in South Carolina. Your future might be woven in textiles. 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