Table of Contents
ADMINISTRATION PAGE 4
SENIORS PAGE 16
BEAUTIES PAGE 52
SPORTS PAGE 62
ACTIVITIES PAGE 88
UNDERCLASSMEN PAGE 122
STUDENT LIFE PAGE 144
SENIOR HONORS PAGE 160
ADVERTISEMENTS PAGE 166We Grow and Change . . .HORNET
AIKEN yiQH SCHOOL
Yeors moy dim our recollection Time its change moy bring.
Still thy name in fond affection Evermore we sing.
Truly the years will dim our recollection of the overall events we experienced at Aiken High, and 1963-1964 again brought changes to our Alma Mater, but there ore specific events of the three years that all of us will hold in fond offection.
The proud reflection of warmth the school silhouettes at the dusk of a clear fall day . . . the "'pretty, pointed" freshmen their first day here . . . 1200 students in Aiken High . . . Vanwood Extension . . . the lonely, freshmen (Snips, if you please) . . . Hagood Stadium . . . filled with yells, yet full of memories . . .
freshmen attending their first pep rallies . . . football season, the most colorful, with and without the tears or smiles . . . our Four . . . "Jungle Jim" Fraser, "Bull" Lee, "Shorty" Sounders and "Snip teacher" Lowrimore ... all devoted, and always with room for warmth ... the gaiety during bosketboll games . . . but then, the middle closs . . . juniors . . .picked on by teachers, frowned upon by seniors, copied by "Snips," but at lost, bent with responsibility . . . juniors doing almost onything frantically, desperately, to raise $$$ . . . Student Council Talent Show, among the best of assemblies ... of course, Mr. Johnny ... os much o foundation of the school as the cement lying beneath ... the reserved senior seats in the gymnatorium . . . whatever happened to senior study halls? . . . "Now class, it's gonno take just obout
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30 seconds of thot ond I'm gonna be very unhappy . . . (Mrs. Owen?) . . . Miss Gunter with her meticulous debits and credits columns . . . English with Mrs. Bobo . . . Miss Barlow, applying the principles of psychology to her students . . . Mr. Willis, "Well, I shouldn't tell you this, but I had o former Aiken High student in my office not so long ago, and Mr. Courtney, his warm
ond happy stories . . . Mrs. Butler's French tapes . . . "Professor" Slaughter and his music . . . the bulletin boards (twisting of arms to have one put up, but always successful) . . . freedom of the press . . . TEEN TIMES . . . Archie, Elliot, Lena . . . always helpful, always friendly . . . Will Mrs. Hutto ever hove a quiet library? . . . Miss Cato's graduation list . . . Junior-Senior Prom dozens of happy couples ... but then, clean-up the next
morning ... the school beauties . . . senior superlatives? . . . awards day . . . individual achievements . . . induction assembly of the National Honor Society . . . quiet, beautiful, remembered . . . Mrs. Rutland's pride . . . "The Little Dog Laughed" ... a reflection of class spirit and unity . . . May Day, Junior-Senior, senior rings, yearbooks ... oil on the some big doy . . . but, if any one moment in the course of life can be both happy and sod, filled with goiety and solemness, quiet and noisy, yet full of smiles, tears, and prayers, it is, in all hearts, graduation day.
Let our voices loudly ringing.
Echo far ond near;
Songs of praise thy children singing.
To thy mem'ry dear.
3 O EI3SriSTR TI03SrArea Superintendent
MR. A. J. RUTLAND B.S. Newberry College M. Ed. University of South Carolina Superintendent of Aiken Attendance Areo
Aiken Attendance Area Board
Mr. Robert Buchanan, Mr. Don Kennedy, Mr. Charles Marvin, CHAIRMAN, Mr. Arthur Croll, Mr. Geddings Willing.PRINCIPAL JAMES O. WILLIS A.B. University of South Carolina M.A. University of South Carolina
"He who does not advance falls back; likewise he who ceases to grow greater becomes smaller . . ."
These philosophical words taken from Henri Amiel, can serve only to remind Aiken High faculty and students that we have neither fallen back nor have we become smaller. Insteod we have united our efforts to expand not only our curriculum and our physical plant but our entire philosophy of education.
For the third time in ten years Aiken High School has grown to the point of "splitting at the seams." And for the third time in ten years we have had to "let the seams out" first by building a school then by adding a new wing and now we have built on additional unit composed of nineteen classrooms. We ore dimensional. Our curriculum has been changed to include four areas of studies which leod to a diploma in each area. Likewise our student activity program has grown in keeping with the school. Regardless
of where a student's interest may lie, he will more than likely find some club, organization, or project sponsored by the school to further his interest. The athletic program has been enlarged to include football, basketball, track, soccer, golf, baseball, tennis, and a comprehensive intramural program designed to meet the spiritual, morol, social and esthetic needs of youth.
Yes, os the theme of the 1964 HORNET implies, Aiken High School has odvonced further ond grown larger in the past ten years than in any other decade of her history.
I, J. O. Willis, should like to offer congratulations and thanks to the students and faculty who have helped to moke this a successful year. You have lived up to your slogan, Never before like '64."
JAMES 0. WILLISMR. JOHN B. EUBANKS B.S. Clemson College School Treasurer, Mathematics
MISS NORMA GUNTER B.S. Winthrop College M. Ed. University of South Carolina Assistant Guidonce Director, Bookkeeping
MRS. J. C. McNEIL Lincoln Memorial University Secretory to Principal
MR. JOHN SAUNDERS B.S. Western Carolina Assistant Principal
MR. NORMAN E. WOODWARD B.S. Clemson College M.A. Appalachian State Teochers College Guidance DirectorMR. JOHN G. AKINS, JR. B.A. Horvord University English
MISS MARY LOU BARLOW A.B. Coker College M.A. Appolochion Stote Teachers College Biology, Psychology
MRS. FRANCES M. BEACH Winthrop College Home Economics, Biology, Physical Education
MR. WILLIAM L. BELL B.S. Berry College Mechanical Drawing, Woodworking
MRS. ELEANOR K. BLACK B.S.S.A. University of North Carolina at Greensboro Business English, Typing
MRS. MARGARET C. BOBO A.B. Newberry College M.A. Appalachian State Teachers College English, French
MRS. JUANITA BRAUN A.B. Erskine College EnglishMRS. HELEN P. BUTLER MRS- LILLIAN S CARR
A.B. Erskine College A B. Wilmington College
M.A. Emory University M Miomi University
French English, German
MISS MARGARET E. CATO B.S. Winthrop College Distributive Educotion, Office Practice, Business Law, Typing
MISS MARIAN I. CHURCH B.S. University of South Carolina Biology, Plane Geometry
MRS. ALICE W. CLONTZ B.A. Presbyterian College English, French
MRS. JOHNNIE C. COLSEN A.B. Women's College of Georgia M.A. University of Georgia English
MR. RICHARD W. COOK B.S. Clemson College M B A. University of South Carolina AlgebraMR. CARROLL L. COURTNEY A.B. Wofford College Mathematics
MRS. BARBARA JEAN S. CUDE A.B. University of South Carolina Assistant Librarian
MRS. MARY B. DONALDSON A.B. University of Delaware Chemistry
MRS. VIRGINIA W. ELKIN A.B. Winthrop College World Geography, English, History
MR. EARL L. DUNCAN B.S. University of Southern Mississippi History
MR. JAMES C. FRASER B.S. Newberry College Head Coach
MISS JOHANNA V. GIBBS A.B. University of South Carolina Physical Education, Girls' CoachMISS MATILDA I. HARPER A.B. University of South Caroline Biology, Chemistry
MR. ALVIN H. HAWKINS B.S. Clemson College M.A. Clemson College Agriculture
MRS. JESSIE LEE W. HUTTO B.A. Furmon University Librarian
MR. VAINO O. JOHNSON B.S. Coast Guard Academy M.S. University of Southern Mississippi English
MRS. MARY D. HILBORN Centre College Biology, Physical Science
MRS. JEAN A. KLING B.A. Columbia College EnglishMRS. PEGGY S. LAMBERT A.B. Londer College Art, Government, Economics
MR. MARION W. LEE B.S. Newberry College Physical Education, Assistant Coach
MR. W. PIERCE LILES B.S. University of South Carolina Physics, Plane Geometry
MR. WILLIAM J. LOWRIMORE B.S. Newberry College Physical Education, Assistant Coach
MISS RUTH S. MAXWELL B.A. Furman University French
MR. CARLTON S. McDANIEL A.B. Mercer University History
MRS. ERMA L. McGEE Dietician
MR. WESLEY S. MURPH, JR. B.S. Clemson College Mathematics
MRS. ELIZABETH H. NUZUM A.B. Fairmont State Teachers College M.A. West Virginio University Plane Geometry
MRS. BETTY T. OWEN A.B. Coker College Algebra, Advanced Mathematics
MRS. BLANCHE K. RUTLAND A.B. Columbia College Civilization, History
MRS. NAOMI H. SATTERFIELD B.S. Winthrop College Home Economics, Family Living
MR WILLIAM T. SLAUGHTER B.Mus. Ed. Westchester State Teachers College M.Mus.Ed. Florida State University Band Director
MR. JOHN D. TERRY B.S. Clemson College Mechanical Drawing, Electricity
MR. MICHAEL G. TOOLE B.F.A. University of Georgia M.M. Westminster Choir College ChorusMISS SHIRLEY VAUGHN B.S. Erskine College Shorthand
MRS VIVIAN S. VERENES A.B. Limestone College English
MR. PHILIP P. WAYBRIGHT A.B. Ashbury College Chemistry
MRS. JUDY W. WHITE A.B. Winthrop College Area Dietician
MISS MARY T. WILLIAMS A.B. Newberry College English
MRS. VIRGINIA W. WINTER B.S. Beaver College U.S. History
MISS MARY E. WREN A.B. Winthrop College English
MR. MOTTE J. YARBROUGH A.B. Wofford College World HistorySenior Class Officers
Jeon Hedrick, SECRETARY; Claude Stokes, TREASURER; Nick Jeancake, PRESIDENT; David Mayes, VICE-PRESIDENT.
SeniorsPAT ABBOTT JACK ADAMS
JANE ALLEN JACQUE ALLISON
PATRICIA ANNE ABBOTT horseback rider . . . talker . . . boy fancier
JACK GIRARD ADAMS braver of the wilds . . . constructor of ideas . . . philosopher
GLORIA SUE ALLEN seamstress . . . bookworm . . . bowler
JAN WADDEY ALLEN creative writer . . . prospective math major . . . great talker and teller of jokes
JACQUELENE ALLISON office assistant . . . future legal secretary . . . proud and active senior
JUDITH KAY ANDERSON future math major . . . basketball and softball enthusiast . . . cook and seamstress
SUE ALLEN JUDY ANDERSON
Never before like '64 . . .
MARY ANNE ARNETT BEN BANCROFT
VICKI ARNOTT NED BANCROFT
MARY ANNE ARNETT avid sailor and folksinger . . . camper . . . future biologist
VICKI LYNN ARNOTT great reader . . . agile water skier and swimmer
DEE ANN BAKER prospective occupational therapist . . . ballerina . . . cook and seamstress
BENJAMIN BANCROFT swimmer . . . sound sleeper . . . basketball player
EDWARD BANCROFT golfer . . . bookworm . . . basketball player
FRANCES ANN BARRETT avid basketball player . . . swimmer . . . pianist
DEE ANN BAKER FRANCES BARRETTOLIS DAVIS BARTON, JR. anticipator of college degree and morriage license
PETER NEVIUS BARTRAM woodworker . . . mod glazer . . .amateur scientist
CHARLES CROCKETT BEASON, JR. car mechanic . . . hunter . . . all day basketball player
BETTY MARGUERITE BEATY future painter . . . playwright . . . rare steak fancier
EARL LEWIS BELCHER, JR. outdoorsman . . . math whiz . . . trackman
LOUISE ELAINE BELL pianist . . . painter . . . hunter and fisherman
DAVIS BARTON PETER BARTRAM
BETTY BEATY EARL BELCHER
CHARLES BEASON LOUISE BELL
We bragged about . . .
AILEEN BELLEFEUILLE GERALD BENNETT
JERRY BLACKWELL BRUCE BOATWRIGHT
MARY BERRY PATRICIA BOATWRIGHT
AILEEN NALANI BELLEFEUILLE welcome newcomer from Hawaii . . . volleyball player . . .
Young Life hula dancer
GERALD ALLEN BENNETT golfer . . . Citadel material . . . girl watcher
MARY FRANCES BERRY swimmer . . . softball fan . . . dancer
GERALD BLACKWELL hunter . . . fisherman . . . football and baseball fan
BRUCE WILSON BOATWRIGHT
outdoor sportsman . . . car enthusiast . . . bowler
PATRICIA JANE BOATWRIGHT nonfiction fan . . . gardener . . . swimmer and boaterJUD1E ANNETTE BOYD piano player . . . horseback rider . . . movie goer
WALLACE BOYD fisher . . . sports fan . . . car mechanic
JILL PAULETTE BOYLSTON ort lover . . . sports fan . . . dress designer
NORMAN SCOTT BRACKETT sports fon . . . English opponent . . . hunter
KENNETH FRANKLIN BROCKINGTON track star . . . Romeo . . . maverick
GWENDOLYN MATTIE BROUGHTON swimmer . . . diversified reader . . . home economist
JUDIE BOYD SCOTT BRACKETT
WALLACE BOYD KENNY BROCKINGTON
JILL BOYLESTON MATTIE BROUGHTON
14 merit finalists
MAXINE BROWN LARRY BURCH
SARAH MAXINE BROWN horseback rider . . . swimmer . . . sports car racer
THOMAS HAROLD BROWN horseback rider . . . hunter . . . penny collector
JAMES ALLAN BUNCH gardener . . . woodworker . . . coin collector
LARRY KENT BURCH athlete . . . model car collector ... go kart trophy winner
WILLIAM MORGAN BURCKHALTER guitarist . . . Winthrop weekender . . . music lover
LYNN KATHRYN BURGESS daydreamer and marathon telephoner . . . blue sports-car addict
TOM BROWN BILL BURCKHALTER
JIMMY BUNCH LYNN BURGESSMICHAEL WADE BUSCH football spectator . . . car fon . . . history hoter
DAVID BRIAN BUTLER car builder . . . soccer player . . . skier . . . Friday fan
WALTER ELLIOT BUTLER traveler . . . baseball player . . . English specialist
BEVERLY JEAN BYARS outdoor gal . . . reader . . . basketball enthusiast
GARY DOUGLAS CABBAGE tropical fish fancier . . . sports fan . . . Mr. Chou
JUDY MARIAN CADDEN numismatist . . . seamstress ... oil painter
MIKE BUSCH JEAN BYARS
DAVID BUTLER WALTER BUTLER
GARY CABBAGE JUDY CADDEN
We filled college forms . . .
REBA CAGLE LINDA CAMPBELLE
THOMAS CALLAHAN LARRY CALLAHAN
RICHARD CAMPBELL JIMMY CARLISLE
REBA EVELYN CAGLE bowler . . . volleyball player . . . bookkeeper
JAMES THOMAS CALLAHAN novelist . . . outdoorman . . . student of parapsychology
LARRY EDWARD CALLAHAN advocate of weekends . . . pocket billiard player
LINDA FAYE CAMPBELLE skater and water skier . . . reader . . . flower arranger
RICHARD BRUCE CAMPBELL chess player . . . baiter of teachers . . . scientist
JAMES HENRY CARLISLE sportscar fanatic . . . marine biologist . . . Jimmy Clark fanWILLIAM EDWARD CAROTHERS, JR. coin collector . . . future accountant . . . jazz lover
DAVID BRIAN CARR civil, civil engineer . . . math brain . . . basketball player
EARL EVANS CARTER world traveler . . . swimmer . . . record player
FRED C. CARTER driver of cars . . . sports enthusiast
ROBERT LEWIS CARTER car tinkerer. . . hard-working senior . . . future teacher
BEVERLEY DARLENE CAUDLE record collector . . . promising nurses' aid or secretary
BILLY CAROTHERS FRED CARTER
DAVID CARR BOBBY CARTER
EARL CARTER DARLENE CAUDLE
and applied for jobs
SHARLENE CAUDLE CHARLES CAUSEY
JOHN PAT COFFEY BEVERLY COLALUCCI
FRANKIE SHARLENE CAUDLE swimmer . . . dancer . . . singer
ROBERT CHARLES CAUSEY materialist . . . clock watcher . . electrical engineer
KITTY CHAFIN seamstress . . . cook . . . singer
JOHN PATRICK COFFEY abolisher of six weeks' tests . . . sportsman
BEVERLY RAY COLALUCCI White's ''Seventeen' representative . . . Candy-striper . . . possible pharmacist
MARGARET ANN COOK horn blower . . . opponent of high heels . . . fan of sweatshirts
KITTY CHAFIN ANN COOKLINDA COURSEY SAMMIE COX
LINDA GAYE COURSEY artist . . . secretary-to-be . . . dancer and bowler
JOHN MAC COX car tinkerer . . . baseball and basketball player . . . skier
JUDITH SUZANNE COX collector of stamps and stuffed animals . . . great talker . . . prospective nurse
SAMMIE RAY COX water skier . . . baseball player . . . butcher
JOHNNY EDWIN CRAWFORD, JR. car enthusiast . . . hunter . . avid fisherman
LONNIE VICTOR CREED ready, willing, and able fellow . . . wrestler . . . fisher and swimmer
JOHNNY COX JUDY COX
JOHNNY CRAWFORD VICTOR CREED
We ran touchdowns . . .
ANGELA CROSBY BURT DAHLEN
ROBERT CROSSON JUDY DAILEY
FRANKIE CUSHMAN PHYLLIS DAVIDSON
MILDRED ANGELA CROSBY future IBM operator ... future homemaker
ROBERT JOHN CROSSON, JR.
flier and sailor . . . stamp collector . . . radio ham
FRANKLIN LEE CUSHMAN enthusiastic mechanic . . . fisherman . . . hunter
BURTON LEIGH DAHLEN busy band member . . . tennis and soccer player . . . admirer of light classical music
JUDITH FAYE DAILEY musicial . . . avid basketball player . . . football spectator
PHYLLIS ANN DAVIDSON patron of the dance . . . hysterical historian . . . gourmet cookCECIL RAY DAY hunter . . . fisherman . . . football fan
CECIL RAY DENTON football player . . . dancer . . . college-bound
LESLIE ELIZABETH DESSAUER artist . . . non-conformist . . . philosopher
BRENDA EVELYN DRAWDY bowling enthusiast . . . swimmer . . . canteen staff worker
RONALD CLIFFORD DYER fan of Kingston Trio . . . singer . . . prospective advertising exec
DAVID GRAGG EBENHACK restorer of Model A Fords . . . soccer player . . . hunter
CECIL DAY BRENDA DRAWDY
CECIL DENTON LESLIE DESSAUER
RONNIE DYER DAVID EBENHACK
and leapt for baskets
JEANENE EDWARDS VICKEY ELLIS
JEANENE MARIE EDWARDS art buff . . . water skier
JERRY LEE EDWARDS swimmer . . . football fan . . . car racer
JAMES WILEY ELLETT Explorer scout . . . tennis and golf player . . . philosopher
JERRY EDWARDS JIM ELLETT
BURMA EUBANKS MARGIE EUBANKS
VICKEY JOLINE ELLIS flower arranger . . . record collector . . . dancer and bowler
EDWIN BURMA EUBANKS swimmer . . . hunter . . . party goer
MARGIE LYNN EUBANKS proud senior . . . Palmer applicantDAN MAINLAND FABRICK eager reader . . . specialist in chemistry . . . church worker
RICHARD LEWIS FELDER vigorous surfboarder . . . radio ham . . . photographer
RANDOLPH BOURNE FENNINGER, JR. great soccer fan . . . admirer of fine clothes and food . . . folk music fanatic
DAN FABRICK RICHARD FELDER
DAVID FERRITER JOANTHAN FLETCHER
DAVID MICHAEL FERRITER college aspirant . . . basketball player . . . occasional golfer
JONATHAN STURTEVANT FLETCHER philatelist . . . chemical experimenter . . . knife tosser
MARTHA ELIZABETH FLOYD business woman . . . homemaker . . . willing graduate
RANDY FENNINGER MARTHA FLOYD
We pounded typewriters . . .
JAMES FORD MARGARET FOREMAN
BETTY ANN FREEMAN MIKE FRENCH
JAMES BERKELY FORD model car tycoon . . . radio bug . . . hunter
MARGARET JEANNETTE FOREMAN foreign ambassador . . . peacemaker . . . lover of green
WILMOT DALE FREAR future engineer . . music
lover . . . silence seeker
BETTY ANN FREEMAN collector of silver dollars . . . eager student
JOHN MICHAEL FRENCH hunter . . . fisherman . . . beater of dashboards over broken radios
NANCY LOUISE GADDY enthusiastic camper . . . busy seamstress . . . future social worker
BILLY FREAR NANCY GADDY
BARBARA GASSETT TOMMY GIBSON
LYNN GOODWIN JOEL GOSSETT
BARBARA ANN GASSETT library aide . . . booster of Future Teachers
JAMES THOMAS GIBSON trackman . . . girl fan . . . gnat gnasher
EMILY JANET GOODWIN typist . . reader . . . business school applicant
LYNN ELLEN GOODWIN pianist . . . Candy-striper . . . swimmer
JOEL BLAINE GOSSETT ardent worker . . . football fan . . . future electrical engineer
TIMOTHY CHARLES GRACE renowned deer hunter . . . fine grid player . . . future veterinarian
EMILY GOODWIN TIM GRACE
and constructed cabinets
CHARLES GRAHAM JUDY GREEN
BETTY GRAVES EARL GREGORY
JACK GRAY JOHNNY GREGORY
CHARLES MELVIN GRAHAM marine enthusiast . . . camper . . . golfer
BETTY GRAVES hobbyist . . .television fan . . . museum tourer
JACK KELLY GRAY, JR. fisherman . . . car doctor
JUDITH ANN GREEN secretarial worker. . . guidance counselor . . . church supporter
EARL KEEL GREGORY car pilot . . . roller skater . . . swimmer
JOHN DEMETRIUS GREGORY Mr. Student Government . . . "Foots" . . . football starLILLIAN CORDELE GUNTER eager librarian . . . pianist . . . singer
ROBERT ELLIS HADDEN water sportsman . . deer hun-
ter . . . fisherman
EUGENE STAFFORD HALFORD auto-mechanic . . . water skier . . . draftsman
JIMMY GRIFFIN LILLIAN GUNTER
DELORES GRIFFIN ROBERT HADDEN
RONNIE GUINN GENE HALFORD
We passed in the halls with . . .
SHERRY HAMMACK MALCOLM HARMSTAD
CYNTHIA HAMRICK PAT HART
SHARON HARLEY ALAN HAY
SHARRILYN YVETTE HAMMACK composer of essays . . . songstress . . . water skier
CYNTHIA SUSANNA HAMRICK math and sports fan . . . vetoer of term papers and cheaters . . . beagle admirer
SHARON ROSE HARLEY stamp collector . . . sports fan . . . martyr to literature
ROBERT MALCOLM HARMSTAD soccer player . . .tennis enthusiast . . . fast mover
BRUCE PATRICK HART cool man . . . bulletin board contestant . . . actor
WILLIAM ALAN HAY sports fan . . . booster of Student Council . . . canteen customer
JAMES WILLIAM GRIFFIN collector of old coins . . . auto designer . . . agile eager
RUBY DOLORES GRIFFIN organ grinder . . . people-pleaser
CHARLES RONALD GUINN water skier . . . dancer . . . swimmerHUGER HEATH BETTY JEAN HENDERSON
DON HENSLEY DEBBIE HIGGENBOTTOM
HUGER HEATH, JR. car doctor . . . golf and tennis player . . . school fan except on test days
REDMOND QUINTON HEATH
sports fan . . . car racer . . . water sportsman
JEAN ABEE HEDRICK Miss Aiken . . . singer . . . the cheerleaders' cheerleader
BETTY JEAN HENDERSON picture tinter . . . future artist . . . skater
GEORGE ALBERT HENDERSON
penny collector . . . student of mechanics
IRENE JANIS HENDRIX clothes-maker . . . avid sports fan
REDMOND HEATH JEAN HEDRICK
GEORGE HENDERSON JANIS HENDRIX
HELEN HERRE HEBER HERRON
JOE HITCHMAN VICKIE HODGES
WELDON CECIL HENSLEY, JR.
electronics engineer . . . water skier . . . folk singer
HELEN HERRE reader of Zen . . . political debater with history teachers . . . future language major
HEBER TRUMAN HERRON horseback rider . . . F.F.A.
. . . worker on cars
DEBBIE ROSE HIGGENBOTTOM future civil servant . . . patron of the dance . . . business woman
JOSEPH MICHAEL HITCHMAN disputer and procrastinator . . . guitar player . . . possible dentist
VICKIE ESTELLE HODGES creator of modern dances . . . reader . . . bowlerDANIEL JASPER HOGAN III follower of Civil War history . . . football fan
CAROLINE HOLLEY easy-going girl . . . party goer . . . collector of horse statues
TIMOTHY LEE HOLTZENDORFF new student ot A.H.S. . . . former Spanish clubber . . . tenor sax harmonizer
LINDA LOU HUDSON worker with children . . . picture collector . . . skater
JOHN MORTON HUNTER, JR.
famed cage player . . . summer camper . . . swimmer
DENNIS FRANKLIN HYDRICK highway employee this summer . . . father's assistant in store . . . advocate of neater campus
DAN HOGAN LINDA HUDSON
CAROLINE HOLLEY TIM HOLTSENDORFF
JACK HUNTER DENNIS HYDRICK
We traded elephant jokes . . .
CYNTHIA INGRAM JEAN JOHNSON
CYNTHIA ELLEN INGRAM future nurse . . . conversationalist . . . horseback rider
CHARLOTTE ANN JACKSON water-skier . . . sharp dresser . . . bowling enthusiast
NICHOLAS GEORGE JEANCAKE football lover . . . the Greek . . . music devotee
GLORIA JEAN JOHNSON enthusiastic Candy-striper . . . radio listener . . . traveler
JAMES PHILIP JOHNSON college hopeful . . . blissful driver . . . kind fisherman
PAMELA NORTHE JOHNSON “the voice" . . . photographer . . . loyal Aiken High-er
CHARLOTTE JACKSON NICK JEANCAKE
JIMMY JOHNSON PAM JOHNSONRYNTHA JOHNSON LINDA JONES
ROBBIE JOHNSTON RICHARD JORDAN
JOHN JONES CHARLOTTE JOSEPH
JOSEPH WILLIAM LANGDALE orbiter . . . hunter and fisherman . . . history fiend
GEORGE NELSON LAWRENCE bibliophile . . . soccer and trackman
MARINA LEAPHART cat keeper . . . worker with people . . . music fan
LINDA ELIZABETH JONES horseback rider . . . active student
RICHARD EDGAR JORDAN sportscar fanatic . . . fisher . . . hunter
CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH JOSEPH horseback rider . . . water skier . . . traveler
and wore madras shirts
LORETTA KEITH JOE LANGDALE
BRENDA KIDD GEORGE LAWRENCE
LORETTA CAROL KEITH pizza eater . . . needle worker . . . true-blue friend
BRENDA SUE KIDD chef . . . avid reader . . . football and basketball spectator
CHRISTOPHER THOMAS KUNEMAN physics fan . . . water sportsman . . . girl watcher
CHRIS KUNEMAN MARINA LEAPHART
RYNTHA JOHNSON rock-hound . . . folksong dreamer . . . traveler to strange places
ROBERT LECHE JOHNSTON Mr. Mayor of Teen Town USA . . . movie-goer. . . basketballer
JOHN DARGAN JONES III electronic future . . . trackman . . . hi-fierPATRICIA ANNA LEE Young Lifer. . . lover of droma . . . ardent Aiken High rooter
JAMES WILLIAM LEINART, JR.
electric guitar twanger . . . fisherman . . . tropical fish collector
DAVID KERMIT LINDOW carrier of the ball . . . for tennis, soccer . . . and as HORNET class editor
FRED GUION LOCKEY, JR. deep thinker . . . competitive golfer . . . friend to all
JAMES KELLY LOCKHART eye for soccer . . . English translator . . . bright future at UNC
TONY MICHAEL LOVE friend of Fridays . . . senior class supporter . . . fun lover
PATSY LEE FRED LOCKEY
JIMMY LEINART DAVID LINDOW
JIM LOCKHART TONY LOVE
We plotted graphs . . .
DONNA LOWE ANNA MACKLEN
LINDA LOWE PHYLLIS MANGUM
BRENDA LYBRAND PRESTON MARONEY
DONNA JEANNE LOWE future seamstress . . . preparer of fine delicacies . . . musical dreamer
LINDA LEE LOWE dancer . . . business major . . . secretarial prospect
BRENDA LORIS LYBRAND ceramist . . . folksong devotee . . . future secretary
ANNA LOUISE MACKLEN baton twirler . . . sunlamp addict . . . possible medical secretary
PHYLLIS ANN MANGUM horseback rider. . . seamstress . . . chef
JOHN PRESTON MARONEY, JR.
modern music fan . . . active school participant . . . agreeable fellowJOHN FRASER MARTIN, JR. Explorer scout . . . cor mechanic . . . skier
SHARON FOWLER MAURICE English scholar . . . sweater-knitter deluxe . . . tennis player and swimmer
STEWART DURAND MAURICE soccer player . . . etudiant en francais . . . car tinkerer
DAVID WADE MAYES extracurricular operator . . . soccer team . . . Beta Club
LARRY MONROE McCOY football team . . . swimmer . . . basketball
SHARYN LYNN McDONALD archaeologist . . . mad Beatle . . . skilled artist and rider
FRASER MARTIN DAVID MAYES
SHARON MAURICE STEWART MAURICE
LARRY McCOY LYNN McDONALD
and exploded theories
sandra McFarland PATTY McMAHON
SANDRA ELLEN McFarland
jazz lover . . . future airline hostess . . . singer
ANN ELIZABETH McKANE reluctant Vanwood commuter . . . gifted wit . . . prospective medical technologist
KATHERINE ANN McKinney
decorator . . . skater . . . reading hater
PATRICIA ANNE McMAHON zealous horsewoman . . . skier . . . swimmer
JOHN CHARLES McMICHAEL, JR wide-ranging stamp collector . . . pop music fan . . . historian
enthusiastic sports spectator . . . optimist . . . lover of wide-open spaces
ANN McKANE JOHN McMICHAEL
katy McKinney paula McMillanMYRA McNAIR BOB MELLON
TOM MILLER ASHFORD MILNER
MYRA ANN McNAIR bibliophile . . . tennis player . . . golfer
ROBERT MELLON famed traveler of the links . . . skier . . . bowler
JOSEPH WILLIAM MESSICK future accountant . . . sports expert . . . disclaimer of freshman year
ELWOOD THOMAS MILLER future math or science teacher . . . school booster . . . big snowman
GEORGE ASHFORD MILNER III
avid sports fan . . . able hunter . . . traveler
NICKI MARIE MITCHELL writer-to-be . . . part mermaid . . . master of lines and edges
JOE MESSICK NICKI MITCHELL
We researched term papers . . .
MARSHA MOATES BILL MOBLEY
NANCY MOORE TED MORTON
MARSHA LEE MOATES horseback rider . . . water skier . . . talkative seamstress
WILLIAM CHAFEE MOBLEY master of the links . . . basket-bailer
DOUGLAS FOSTER MOODY Student Council pro . . . former miser . . . ever-ready help
NANCY JANICE MOORE band enthusiast and leader . . . Duke applicant . . . future nurse
THEODORE WARREN MORTON flounder fisherman . . . coin collector . . . dreamer of stock car racing
FRANK DAVID MOSELEY math expert . . . baseball player .. . hunter
DOUG MOODY DAVID MOSELEYNANCY MOYER DANNY MURPHY
RICHARD MUSICK KATHY NELSON
NANCY INEZ MOYER swimmer . . . seamstress . . . dancer
DANIEL JOSEPH MURPHY future history major . . . ardent arguer . . . great sports fan
EDWARD FONDIE MURRILL bowling expert . . . model builder . . . swimmer
RICHARD MUSICK electronics engineer . . . dance enthusiast . . . non-city hall fighter
KATHLEEN ANNE NELSON commercial artist . . . Steinbeck reader . . . fan of light classical music
MARGARET EDDIE NEWTON pianist . . . artist . . . babysitter
FONDIE MURRILL MARGARET NEWTON
and hoarded library passes
DIANNE NUNN RICKY NUZUM
BOB O'REAR MIKE PADGETT
MARJORIE DIANNE NUNN fancy cook . . . seamstress . . . swimmer
JOHN RICHARD NUZUM chess master . . . learned numismatist . . . stamp collector
CARL EDWARD OPPERMANN model car hobbyist . . . football player . . . trackman
ROBERT STEPHEN O'REAR hunter . . . catcher of fish . . . admirer of physics and civilization courses
MICHAEL ALONZO PADGETT football player . . . avid skier . . . swimmer
CAROL TREJEAN PARRISH reader . . . bowiing fan . . . modern dancer
CARL OPPERMANN CAROL PARRISHROBERT MAURICE PATTERSON big dancer . . . soccer player . . . aero-space engineer
BILLIE CATHERINE PEARSON expert cook . . . Emory student . . . organist and drummer
LEO LEONARD PEARSON III horse breeder . . . baseball player . . . football fan
MARGARET LYNN PERMAR outdoor girl . . . happy senior . . . Hornet booster
RONNIE DALE PHILLIPS sincere type . . . car driver . . . hunting fan
LOUISE ELIZABETH PLUMLEY future executive secretary . . . swimmer . . . dancer
ROBERT PATTERSON CATHY PEARSON
MARGARET PERMAR RONNIE PHILLIPS
LEO PEARSON LOUISE PLUMLEY
We delighted audiences with . . .
WENDY POPE BILLY PRICE
WENDY QUARLES LEE QUINN
WENDY LYNN POPE pizza chef . . . Fred Astaire partner . . . contented senior
BILLY NEAL PRICE expert swimmer . . . ardent angler . . . hunter
ROY HOMER PROFFITT arrowhead collector . . . future forest ranger . . . skilled loafer
WENDY L. QUARLES cook . . . needleworker . . . swimmer
LEELLEN VIRGINIA QUINN swimmer . . . dancer . . . great rain walker
GLENN ROSSER RABORN dreamer of eternal youth . , . happy girl watcher
ROY PROFFITT GLENN RABORNSANDRA LEE RADFORD careful selector of mood music . . . clothes shopper . . . painter
MEREDITH TROTTER RANEY, JR. peruser of comics . . . jazz fan . . . tropical fish buff
CORNELIA CLAIBORNE RAY flutist . . . movie and book admirer . . . objector to jazzed-up classics
ROY EMORY REARDEN future school teacher . . . girl ponderer . . . sports fan
GLENN ALFORD REDD outdoorsman . . . future car salesman . . . proud senior
RALPH GEORGE REDD hunter . . . work-hater . . . fisherman . . . busdriver
SANDRA RADFORD ROY REARDEN
MEREDITH RANEY CLAIBORNE RAY
GLENN REDD RALPH REDD
“The Little Dog Laughed’’
CALVIN RICHARDSON NORMA JEAN RICHARDSON
CALVIN THOMAS RICHARDSON bowler . . . football and basketball . . . Vanwood picket
CAROLYN JEANNETTE RICHARDSON business college candidate . . . basketball fan . . . reader
CHARLES RAYMOND RICHARDSON numismatist . . . bird hunter . . . bowler
NORMA JEAN RICHARDSON fan of sewing and skating . . . proud senior . . . bowler
RONNIE GENE RIDENOUR fixer of engines . . . seeker of arrowheads . . . future mind-reader
JERALDINE SUE RIVENBARK future in medicine . . . sports fan . . . enthusiastic cheerleader
CAROLYN RICHARDSON CHARLES RICHARDSON RONNIE RIDENOUR JERI SUE RIVENBARKCLAUDE CARROLL ROBBINS, JR. water skier . . . cage competitor .. . math whiz
DALE CHARLES ROBINSON famed baseball pitcher . . . medical prospects . . . foe of superfluous homework
WYNEZ ELIZABETH ROE canteen staffer . . . student council . . . future teacher
SANDRA ROREX cosmetician . . . boy-watcher . . . optimist
DOUGLAS EVERETT ROWLAND longtime fisherman . . . scientist . . . folksinger
GLORIA CELESTE ROYAL folksong dreamer . . . aquatic sports . . . rider
DALE ROBINSON DOUG ROWLAND
WYNEZ ROE GLORIA ROYAL
We lunched on campus .
LARRY RUSSELL LESLIE SAUNDERSON
RICHARD RUSSELL ELAINE SCOTT
ROBERT REESE RUDDER basketball and baseball player . . . F.F.A . . . T. l. Club
LARRY WILLIAM RUSSELL gun collector . . . mechanic . . . hunter and fisherman
RICHARD THOMAS RUSSELL bus driver . . . car collector . . . coin collector
ROBBIE ROBBINS SANDRA ROREX
ROBERT RUDDER BRENDA RUTLEDGE
BRENDA JOYCE RUTLEDGE rider of horses . . . cook . . . dancer
LESLIE MARY SAUNDERSON Civil Air Patrol . . . rider . . . flyer
ROY ELAINE SCOTT horseback rider . . . canteener . . . basketball and volleyball fanMELODY K. SEIERSEN future social worker . . . master of baton . . . handcrafter
ELEANOR LORIE SEIGLER sports fan . . . badminton player .. . future secretary
MELVIN EUGENE SEIGLER picnicker . . . deep sea fisherman . . . disliker of flat tires
BARBARA ALLEN SETZER basketball . . . choral singer . . . possible nurse
MARY ALICE SHATLOCK artist . . . college aspirant . . . mermaid
NANCY BYRON SHAW Candy-striper. . . artist of lines and edges . . . lover of fires
MELODY SEIERSEN ELEANOR SEIGLER
BARBARA SETZER ALICE SHATLOCK
and watched the construction
ROY SHEARS LINDA SIMS
LYDIA SMILEY ANNETTE SMOOT
ROY FRANKLIN SHEARS, JR.
patient fisherman . . . canteen staffer . . . happy freshman
LINDA RAE SIMS sightseeing specialist. . . movie fan . . . dancer
JAMES ALLEN SKIDMORE model plane maker . . . swimmer . . . work dodger
LYDIA RUFFNER SMILEY algebra champ . . . happy driver . . . literary student
ANNETTE HAMMOND SMOOT ballet fan . . . lover of children . . . future teacher
LOLA KAY SNIPES bowler . . . traveler . . . cosmopolite
MELVIN SEIGLER NANCY SHAW
JIM SKIDMORE KAY SNIPESMARY LOUISE SNIPES picture collector . . . ort and science student . . . good friend
SANDRA REBECCA SPIRES aspiring actress . . . jazz hound . . . album collector
GREGORY JAY STARK Univ. of Wisconsin candidate . . . scientist . . . newcomer in junior year
GLORIA ALLYSON STARNES dancer and folksinger . . . blissful shopper . . . future X-ray technician
LYNN GAY STEELE admirer of education . . . devoted Aiken High booster
HENRY HUTCHINSON STEVENS future metallurgist . . . folk-singer . . . rock polisher
MARY SNIPES GLORIA STARNES
GREGORY STARK HENRY STEVENS
SANDY SPIRES LYNN STEELE
grew as we
BECKY STEVENS CLAUDE STOKES
CHERYL ST. JOHN CATHERINE STOKES
MARY LOU ST. JOHN BETTY JEAN STONE
REBECCA RUTH STEVENS sports fan . . . innovator . . . clothes admirer
CHERYL LYNN ST. JOHN reader . . . reluctant Vanwood stroller . . . proud senior
MARY LOU ST JOHN card player . . . fireside dreamer .. . expert with children
CLAUDE FARMER STOKES golf enthusiast . . . gregarious student . . . hot little-car driver
MARY CATHERINE STOKES softball player . . . bike rider . . . active gal
BETTY JEAN STONE fond traveler . . . TV watcher . . . future nurseJOHN CHARLES TALYOR car mechanic . . . hunter . . . fisherman
SUSAN MILLICENT TAVLOR future oceanographer . . . architectural sketcher . . . boy hater
SUSAN LYNN THOMPSON future secretary . . . clothes shopper . . . dancer and swimmer
KAY STRICKLAND JOHNNY TAYLOR
and changed as we grew
BILL THOMPSON TRECIA TURNER
WILLIAM ALDEN THOMPSON fine art student . . . hardhitting football player . . . hunter
DADRE DEANNE TRAUGHBER hopeful novelist ... or auto mechanic . . . molder and shaper of ideas
LINDA ELAINE TULLIS artist . . . fast pacer . . . librarian
DADRE TRAUGHBER LINDA TULLIS
RICHARD VISCONTE SANDRA WALDROP
HAL TALLMAN SUSAN TAYLOR
HELEN TAYLOR SUSAN THOMPSON
GLORIA KAY STRICKLAND stamp collector . . . skier . . . Pep Band
HAROLD BRADLEY TALLMAN star jumper . . . numismatist . . . golf and chess fan
HELEN EMMALINE TAYLOR tennis champion . . . outdoor gal . . . animal lover
TRECIA FAYE TURNER basketball player . . . swimmer . . . reader
SANDRA CAROLE WALDROP swimmer and rider . . . advocate of short discussions . . . businesswoman
RICHARD MURRAY VISCONTE, JR. candidate for Bible college . . . music lover . . . organ music fanCLYDE CLINTON WALLACE football player . . . hearty hunter . . . trackman
FRANCIS MYRLE WALTERS reader of mystery and serious stories . . . carefree youth
FREDERICK ELLSWORTH WARREN, JR. chessplayer . . . boatman . . . delver in Greek and Roman mythology
SANDRA KAY WARREN eager student . . . filler of hope chests
VIRGINIA LEE WALTERS serious student . . . enemy of chalk squeakers . . . smart dresser
BILLY HUE WATKINS fisherman . . . hunter . . . auto mechanic
CLYDE WALLACE SANDRA KAY WARREN
FRANKIE WALTERS GINNY WATERS
FRED WARREN BILLY WATKINS
We tried on caps
and gowns . . .
DIANNE WATSON EUGENE WEEKS
ELAINE WEST GARY WESTBROOK
LAUREL WEHLER PETE WHITFIELD
CHERYL DIANNE WATSON horseback rider . . . tennis player ... art clubber
EUGENE WATERS WEEKS anxious graduate . . . jobseeker . . . fisherman
LAUREL ANDREA WEHLER opponent of loud people, sitting still, and tough math courses . . . seamstress
ELAINE ADA WEST crazy joker . . . future doctor . . . dreamy record fan
GARY GRAFTON WESTBROOK hunter . . . car tinkerer . . . football and baseball fan
FARRELL ESCO WHITFIELD
avid boseballer . . . sports fanED WHITTLE DORIS WILLIAMS
DONNA WIDENER MARY WILLIAMSON
GEORGE EDWARD WHITTLE trade school applicant . . . watcher of stock car races . . . hunter and fisherman
DONNA MARIE WIDENER worker with small children . . . poetry reader
SARAH KATHLEEN WILKIE painter . . . short story writer . . . sketcher
DORIS ANNE WILLIAMS jazz lover . . . sports car enthusiast . . . football spectator
MARY DEAN WILLIAMSON reader . . .future world tourist . . . splurger on expensive shoes
CLYDE EDWARD WILSON bowler . . . mathematician
SHEILA WOLF JOHN WRIGHT
SHEILA KAY WOLFE lover of horses . . . excited basketball player . . . happy date
GRACE LILLIAN WOODHEAD "Tinsy" .... avid Young Lifer . . . controller of ad world for HORNET
JOHN DARWIN WRIGHT baseball player . . . life guard . . . hard worker in history
JOE DANIEL WYATT fine cage player . . . hunter . . . bus driver
KATHY WILKIE CLYDE WILSON
GRACE WOODHEAD JOE WYATTBoys’ State Representatives
Jim Lockhart, Randy Fenninger, Jim El left.
Student Council Members-at-Large
Preston Moroney, Alan Hoy.
National Merit Scholarship Finalists
First Row: Elaine West, Grace Woodhead, Nancy Gaddy, Cofhy Pearson. Second Row: Pete Bartram, Randy Fenninger, Richard
Campbell, Jim Ellett, Robert Crosson, Tom Callahan, Tom Miller George Lawrence, Henry Stevens.King Teen
Girls’ State Representative Miss DAR
Certificates of Merit Winners
First Row: Jim Lockhart, Ryntha Johnson, Judy Anderson, Judy Dailey.
Second Row: Dan Fobrick, Burt Dahlen, Jack Hunter, Robert Patterson.Summer Science Institute Participants
Pete Bortrom, Henry Stevens, Ryntho Johnson, Mary Williamson.
First Row: Groce Woodhead, Ann Cook, Cathy Pearson. Second Row: Dovid Lindow, Tom Miller, Dovid Carr.
Leslie DessouerCafeteria Staff
Jimmy Griffin, Calvin Richordson, Chris Kuneman, Joe Hitchmon, Tom Miller.
Randy Fenninger, David Carr, Jim Lockhart, Jack Hunter, Nick Jeoncake, Robbie Johnston, David Moyes, Jim Ellet, Johnny Gregory.MOST POPULAR Jeri Sue Rivenbork and Nick JeancakeWITTIEST
Lee Quinn and Froser MortinMOST AMBITIOUS Robbie Johnston and Margaret Permar
MOST DEPENDABLE Claude Stokes and Grace Woodheod
FRIENDLIEST Judy Green and Alan Hay
50BEST ALL AROUND Johnny Gregory and Wendy Pope
BEST DRESSED Larry Burch and Susan Thompson
BEST PERSONALITY David Mayes and Jean HedrickLeft to right: Jan Royal, Harriet Hough, Linda Valley, Geri ue R'dge, Connie Jones, Pam McClain, Linda Curry,
52The Smothers Brothers
have made their decision and present to you
Miss Dee Ann Baker, Miss Hornet
Miss Sheila Wolf, Miss SeniorMiss SeniorMiss Junior
MISS CONNIE JONES
MISS CLAUDIA JOHNSON
57MISS BECKY EVANS Miss Freshman Contestant
MISS CHERYL BIBLE Miss Freshman ContestantSenior May Court
MISS JERI SUE RIVENBARK MISS SHEILA WOLF
MISS BECKY STEVENS MISS CYNTHIA INGRAM MISS NANCY MOORE MISS JUDY DAILEY
MISS FRANKIE WALTERS MISS ANNA MACKLEN MISS JUDY GREEN MISS LYNN GOODWIN
Versatile and powerful grid team . . .
Aiken 0 Richmond 21 Aiken 20 Brookland-Cayce 0
Aiken 7 L.B.C. 0 Aiken 0 Sumter 27
Aiken 0 Lancaster 32 Aiken 14 Columbia 0
Aiken 19 Graniteville 6 Aiken 0 Greenwood 28
Aiken 20 Florence 7 Aiken 14 Dreher 7
Aiken 6 North Augusta 7
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First Row: Cecil Denton, Bill Thompson, Nick Jeoncoke, Jimmy Rowland, Tim Coffey, Donnie Martin, Wayne Slaughter, Larry Burch, Preston Maroney. Second Row: Ernie Compton, Ted Scott, Billy Howard, Mike Padgett, Mitchell Ross, Tim Grace, Danny
Love, Lee Gamble, Pat Bosi, Glenn Gentry, Wallace Dunbar. Third Row: Louis Schulhofer, Larry McCoy, Roy Horton, Charles Tope, Clyde Wallace, David Meadow, Bobby Robertson, Johnny Gregory, Austin Woodward, Dan Busbee, Sammy Timms.
The Hornets under Coach Jim Froser pounded their way into o winning season. Earnest desire together with high spirits and much experience accounted for their success. They were able to compile a 6-5 record.
The Hornets began the season with a loss to the Musketeers of Richmond Academy with a score of 21-0. The Hornets hosted the L.B.C. Lions for the second gome. Via a 31-yard Timms-to-Gregory toss, the teom hit paydirt and scored a 7-0 victory.
Traveling to Lancaster the home team was defeated by the Blue Hurricanes in a 32-0 loss. Spirit remained high however as they came back to crush the Granite-ville Rocks in a 19-6 rival win—after trailing 6-0 in the first half.
The first Hornet AAA victory came at the expense of Florence. Hosting the Yellow Jackets, the Aiken offensive eleven took to the ground—then to the air —and went all the way to a 20-7 win. Many felt this game proved the Hornets to be a versatile and powerful team.
The next week the Green Hornets journeyed to Columbia to meet the Brookland-Coyce Bearcats. After
taking advantage of penalities, the Aiken eleven pushed their way to o 20-0 AAA victory.
Again hitting the road, the Hornets traveled to meet the Sumter Gamecocks in o 27-0 loss. In the Homecoming game the following week, the Hornets welcomed the Columbio High Caps. Following on impressive halftime ceremony and the crowning of the queen, the Hornets overtook the High Caps with a 14-0 victory to chalk up a third AAA win.
The mighty Emeralds of Greenwood bombed Aiken in a 28-0 setback. The next week the Blue Devils of Dreher hosted the Aiken Hornets in Columbia. The Hornets went to work on the Blue Devils in the second game of the two-night action. The Blue Devils scored first, but the Hornets came back with one also. The Hornets plunged over in the last 35 seconds of the game to rally a 14-7 AAA victory.
All through the next week, spirits were high in hopes of putting down the mighty North Augusta Yellow Jackets. After scoring early in the third quarter, the crucial extra point attempt was missed wide to the left. The final score was 7-6.—to favor North Augusta.paves way to four AAA victories
Coach Marion Lee and Coach Jim Fraser.
David Meadow, Johnny Gregory, Preston Maroney, and Tim Grace pave way for Ted Scott.
Billy, watch out for Tim's big feet!!!
65Ten speedy seniors
JOHNNY GREGORY, CO-CAPTAIN MOST VALUABLE LINEMAN
LARRY BURCH, CO-CAPTAIN MOST VALUABLE BACK
What are you tackling for, Bobby? 66
NICK JEANCAKE MOST VALUABLE PLAYERspark smash season
Come on Sammy, let them play with that pumpkin for a while.
LARRY Me COY
CLYDE WALLACEJACQUE ALLISON and MIKE PADGETT
MARY GREEN and PRESTON MARONEY
JERI SUE RIVENBARK and LARRY BURCH
BEVERLY COLALUCCI and ROY REARDEN
MARGARET FOREMAN and RICHARD FELDER
JEAN HEDRICK and JOHNNY GREGORY
PAULA McMILLIAN and TIM GRACE
hopeful candidates compete . . .
CHERYL ST. JOHN and LARRY McCOY PATSY TAYLOR and CLYDE WALLACE
68FRANKIE WALTERS and CECIL DENTON
DORIS WILLIAMS and BILL THOMPSON
Mr. Willis crowns the lovely Homecoming Queen, Miss Cheryl St. John.
Cheryl wins cherished crown
69Dovid, don't be so boshful. Just tell him to get out of your way!
MANAGERS Richard Felder, Roy Reardon, Jimmy Brown, and Jimmy Smith.
70experience from J. V.’S
The J-V team, under the direction of Coaches John Saunders and "Dub" Lowrimore, played fine ball and ended the season with a 5-3-1 record. Through the experience of the J-V's, the '64 Hornet season should be a good one.
First Row: Billy Keeter, Mike Timms, Nick McElmurray, Kenneth Hill, Ricky Sumner, Glen Petrino, Allen Brodie, Buddy Cowon, Ken Webb, Bruce Frank. Second Row: Horry Kight, Ted Key, Greg
Price, Jimmy Rushton, Bobby Usher, David Driver, Johnny Seomster, Ken McKellar. Third Row: Tex Peterson, Chuck Porks, Greg Ross, Jack Coin, Bruce Manter, Rodger Font, Ed Vinson, Tom Coffey.
Cooch Saunders and Coach Lowrimore.
North Augusta 18 Thurmond 7 L.B.C. 6 Dreher 26 North 0 Springfield Varsity 12 L.B.C. 0 Thurmond 33 Junior Highs 0Varsity cage team . . .
Aiken 59 Aiken 44 Aiken 65 Aiken 56 Aiken 47 Aiken 46 Aiken 63 Aiken 59 Aiken 53 Aiken 54 Aiken 55 Aiken 38 Aiken 76 Aiken 64 Aiken 62 Aiken 70 Aiken 59 Aiken 63 Aiken 63 Aiken 55
Airport 25 Camden 39 Orangeburg 64 Graniteville 51 Brookland-Cayce 56 Lancaster 47 Greenwood 51 Columbia 76 Airport 47 A. C. Flora 50 A. C. Flora 54 Sumter 58 Graniteville 53 Lancaster 39 Brookland-Cayce 63 Greenwood 54 Columbia 97 North Augusta 43 North Augusta 47 Sumter 47
Kneeling Tim Coffey, Robbie Johnston, John Pat Coffey, Alon Hay, Dovid Carr. Stonding: Joe Wyott, Johnny Canady, Joe Messick,
Jock Hunter, Roy Horton, John McCoy, Harold Gurley, Reggie Broy, Duncon Holliday, Jimmy Beasley, Pete Whitfield.displays great finesse
The Aiken High School varsity basketball team had a spectacular 1963-'64 season. Lead by Coach Jim Fraser, the team showed fine form as they battled the boards with the top teams of the state including Greenwood, A. C. Flora, and North Augusta. Substitute players were an active part in the team's success. The team was never at a loss when a replacement was needed.
The Aiken Green Hornets gave as thrilling a season as any audience could ask for. Many of the games provided both excitement and thrills plus numerous nerve stretching scenes. The team, better known as "the second half team," exhibited great finesse in
Don't worry, John Pot. Robbie knows that it's going in.
many of the close victories. Their technique of come-from-behind wins was demonstrated on many separate occasions.
Again this year, Aiken hosted the Aiken Invitational Tournament during the Christmas holidays. For the first time in the tournament's history Aiken won in the final game against Orangeburg. The game's having gone into double overtime, proved this match to be the most exciting game of the year. The final score was 65-64.
The team ended a very exciting season with a winning 14-6 record.
Aiken has Hot "Coffee" tonight.DAVID CARR
JOHN PAT COFFEY
Senior cagers bolster team
Yipes, he's taller than I had realized!
ROBBIE JOHNSTONJOE MESSICK
capture a 14-6
winning seasonMANAGERS James Liles and Chuck Parks
Reggie, take your eyes off the camera and go and help Robbie!for vigorous J-V team
Kneeling: Horry Kight, Frosty Davis, Charles Lowery, Ted Scott, Kenneth Hill, Rodney Gosnell. Standing: Jerry King, Nicky Perkins,
Mike Campbell, Donnie Eubanks, Billy Keeter.
Aiken 30 Airport 34
Aiken 39 Graniteville 36
Aiken 64 Brookland-Cayce 54
Aiken 52 Butler 54
Aiken 40 Greenwood 44
Aiken 49 Columbia 43
Aiken 61 Airport 26
Aiken 60 Flora 59
Aiken 33 Flora 69
Aiken 47 Sumter 61
Aiken 40 Graniteville 42
Aiken 55 Brookland-Cayce 37
Aiken 38 Greenwood 60
Aiken 53 Richmond 56
Aiken 54 Columbia 58
Aiken 53 Sumter 42
JV's stretch for another basket.
77Gibbs’ girls have enviable record
First Row: Louro Lynn Martin, Brenda Mogness, Joyce Hendrix, Mary Green, Donna Larson, Judy Hedrick, Carol Burkhardt, Melva
Welton, Patricia Hoir, Linda Grey, Jean Pope. Second Row: Gail Plunkett, Modie Joyner, Jean Hedrick, Dianne Cool, Sheila Wolf, Pam McClain, Frances Barrett, Judy Green.
Aiken 32 North Greenville Junior College 57
Aiken 46 Orangeburg 30
Aiken 36 Orangeburg 45
Aiken 44 Graniteville 28
Aiken 43 Lancaster 42
Aiken 45 Butler 42
Aiken 54 Florence 32
Aiken 29 Butler 31
Aiken 32 Richmond 43
Aiken 20 Sumter 35
Aiken 36 Graniteville 29
Aiken 28 Lancaster 25
Aiken 56 Florence 45
Aiken 29 Richmond 37
Aiken 32 North Augusta 46
Aiken 52 North Augusta 46
Aiken 38 Sumter 31
Aiken 35 North Greenville Junior College 28
Coach Johanna GibbsMadie the "masked Hornette" puts another one in.
SCOREKEEPER Becky Stevens
Fine shot Pam but uhh-
Girls capture . . .
80state AAA championship crown
81Soccer team slashes to eleven victories
First Row: Jonothan Fletcher, Malcolm Harmstad, David Mayes, David Ebenhack, Jim Lockhort, Pat Hart, Mr. Liles. Second Row: William Howers, Don McAninch, Robert Cunninghom, Bill Baxter, David Driver, Gory Fleetwood. Third Row: David Lindow, George
Lawrence, Tex Peterson, Randy Fenninger, David Butler, Steve Scotten, Jim Ellet. Fourth Row: Kenny McKellor, Steve Driver, Chip Cunningham, Tom Miller, Burt Dohlen, Robert Patterson, Edwin Seigler. Fifth Row: Managers Jimmy Adoir, Lorry Sparks.
Aiken 2 Aiken 3 Aiken 3 Aiken 1 Aiken 3 Aiken 3 Aiken 2 Aiken 1 Aiken 1 Aiken 1 Aiken 3 Aiken 4 Aiken 4 Aiken 3
Augusta Prep 1 Aquinas 1 Gaud 0 Savannah 3 Aiken Prep 2 Guad 0 Aquinas 0 Savannah 6 Christ School 2 St. John 0 St. John 0 Aiken Prep 1 Augusta Prep 0 Christ School 2
The Aiken High School Soccer Team, although accident-prone, ended their winning season with eleven victories and only three losses. Under the coaching of Mr. Pierce Liles, the team travelled over a thousand miles during the season to bring back many out-of-state victories. The team had the desire to win and proved it with their fine season. Next year looks like a fine one with much of the team's potential returning.
COACH PIERCE LILES
►'64 Golf team dominates the links
Many members of the golf team hove returned this year with much experience that they gained last year. The team has many matches on tap this year, and as the HORNET goes to press the team has scored seven straight wins.
First Row: Jimmy Jackson, Jim Ellett, Dove Robinson, Claude Stokes. Second Row: Hoi Tollman, Billy Mobley,
David Bradberry, Mike Sparks, Ted Howington.
Senior player BILLY MOBLEY
Senior player CLAUDE STOKES
Senior ployer HAL TALLMANBaseball and Track
Dole ond John Pat, the team pitchers.
The Aiken High Baseball Team, ranked as one of the best in the state, is looking forward to its best season yet. The team this year under Coach William Lowrimore has burst into its season with 1 win. With many experienced players back, the team looks to be strong. As the HORNET goes to press the team has a promising 5-4-1 record with several games left to play.
Let's go Pete, hit thot ole apple.
First Row: Jerry King, Larry Burch, Mike Padgett, Robbie Johnston, John Pat Coffey, Dale Robinson. Second Row: Cooch Lowrimore, Leonard Lewis, Tim Coffey, Jimmy Beasley, Austin Woodward, Chorles Tope, Dan Hogan, Johnny Morrison. Third Row: Joe Smith,
Pete Whitfield, Joe Messick, Lee Pearson, Charles Lowery, Preston Moroney, Gregg Ross. Fourth Row: Joe Wyatt, Ted Scott, Frosty Davis, Ricky Burns, Gregg Price.
84teams looking forward to successful seasons
The track team didn t start their season the way that they would have liked, but they are looking forward to a winning season. Under the coaching of Marion Lee, the team this year, as in past years, has chances of playing in state competition. As the HORNET goes to press the team has a 1-3 record having participated in 2 triangle meets.
First Row: Jimmy Brinkley, Billy Howard, Jock Adams, Harry Kight, Tommy Gibson, Donnie Eubanks, Leland Kelly, Gary Cabbage, Richard Sumner, Steve Milkereit, Pete Scott, Fraser Mortin, Danford Meischen. Second Row: David Wallace, Johnny Gregory, Ben Yon, Ken Webb, Jimmy Rushton, Robert Newton, Billy Keeter, Avery Snipes, Wolloce Dunbar, Ronnie Ridenour, Bryan Allison, Ken Hill,
"Hold it! You're on candid camera!"
Steve Buckmiller, Steve Driver. Third Row: Bobby Payton, Johnny Seamster, Mike Timms, Joel Gossett, Johnny Cannady, Tom Coffey, David Weems, John McColl, Mike Ridge, Earl Belcher, Gregg McCullough, Jimmy Carlisle, Bruce Manter, Bill Thompson, David Meadow.
Vertical Row from Top: Jeon Hedrick, Frances Barrett, Judy Green, St. John. Right Side: Pam McClain, Jeri Sue Rivenbark, Judy
Carol Burkhordt. Left Side: Sheila Wolf, Claudia Johnson, Cheryl Hedrick.chalk up wins
First Row: Jock Hunter, Joe Hitchmon, Jim Lockhart. Second Row: Malcolm Harmstad, Burt Dahlen.
Jonothon is in fine form for the tennis season.
Our soccer team ploys hard to bring in history-breaking record.
JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Janice Wolf, Becky Evans, Lindo Valley, Cheryl Bible, Leslie Campbell, Connie Jones.
87"All right, my children, let's clear this hall immediately" so saith Mrs. Betty Owen, Advisor . . . President Johnny at the gavel every Wednesday . . League of Student Vote Counters . . . weekly homeroom reporters . . . faithful morning chaplains . . . beautiful bulletin boards herald the Christmas holidays . . . where did I put my badge?
Johnny Gregory, President
Student Council administers
FIRST SEMESTER COUNCIL First Row: Joe Tyler, Horry Kite, Charles Lowery, Gory Hunter, Mike Warren, Jack Cain, J. D. Ford, Donnie Eubanks, Jimmy Brown, Rodney Gosnell, Nicky Perkins, Robbie Johnston. Second Row: Donno Larson, Judy Caldwell, Melvo Welton, Gail Plunkett, Mary Sue Bates, Carolyn Willis, Janice Simpson. Pam McClain, Carol Cowan, Jean Pope, Judy Hedrick, Mary Green, Brenda Jones, Ann Moffitt, Millie McKeown. Third Row: Angela Crosby, Mitchell Ross, Grace Woodhead, Carl McCrosky, Sandy Radford, Richard Calloway, Jac-que Allison, Robert Cunningham, Leah Dale Johnson, Jimmy Beasley, Betts Hunter, Larry McCoy.Revised Student Handbook . . . required reading, mode best-seller lists . . . annual talent show presented drums, guitar, toe dancer, and folk singers . . . lots of locker locks unloaded . . . '"every litter bit bit hurts" campaign ... all officers, except major school officers, reelected for the second semester . . . "Now return to third period class."
Jeri Sue Rivenbark, Secretary; David Meadow, Vice-President; Kathy Urban, Treasurer.
AHS growth and change
FIRST SEMESTER COUNCIL First Row: Billy Freor, Tony Love, Claude Stokes, Jack Hunter, George Lawrence, Paul Pinson, Billy Howard, Mike Mojors, Earl Belcher, Lana Lybrand, Judy Moseley. Second Row: Cynthia Ingram, Nancy Moore, Beverly Colalucci, Patsy Jones, Sandra Carter, Becky Stevens, Ann Thomas, Marjorie Toylor, Susan Lower, Madie Joyner, Becky Stevens, Becky Evans, Collette Evons, Geri Sue Ridge, Mrs. Betty Owen. Third Row: Alan Hay, Dovid Carr, Preston Maroney, Candice Edwords, Sammy Timms, Dianne Mace, Sherry Jenkins, Gretchen Van Zile, Roy Horton, Wendy Pope, Ronnie Martin, Diane Hanna, Bobby Wade.Council members Groce Woodheod ond Beverly Cololucci sell locks.
Council member Sondro Reeves regulates boll traffic.
Student Council promotes
SECOND SEMESTER COUNCIL First Row: Cheryl Boyce, Linda Valley, Judy Green, Wendy Pope, Dee Ann Baker, Markie Hennelly. Second Row: Jonothan Fletcher, Scot Willis, Glynn Gentry, Bobby Rhoden, Gary Hunter, Edwin Seigler, Gory Fleetwood, Dovid Weigle, Jerry King. Third Row: David Mayes, Mike Campbell, Joe Lain, Robbie Johnston, Chorles Causey, Gregory Stark. Fourth Row: Ken McKellar, Jack Snipes, John Pat Coffey, Dovid Carr, Donnie Gregg, Dan Hogan.Council members Wendy Pope, David Weigle, ond Susan Thompson help to sell student handbooks.
Council members J. D. Ford and Patsy Jones prepare to give the morning devotion.
leadership through service
SECOND SEMESTER COUNCIL First Row: Rodney Gosnell,
Gwendolyn Miller, Pom Moore, Pom Johnson, Peggy Robbins, Billy Redd. Second Row: Pom Durban, Connie Shaw, Pot Cook, Gloria Cox, Sondra Cox, Cheryl St. John, Ann Shiedler. Third Row: Cheryl Flemming, Barbara Morris, Becky Poyton, Pam Evans, Nancy Magee, Carol Cowon, Delores Hallman, Cissy Talbert, Judy Caldwell. Fourth Row: Margaret Permor, J. D. Ford, Claude Stokes, Billy Simpson, Jimmy Rushton, Linda Curry, Resel Gosnell, Jane Zion.Worn out shoe leather pounding pavements . . . "Surely you will wont a full-page ad" . . . Grace-ful budget balancing . . . Largest advance sale of 1,100 yearbooks . . . lunchtime cigar boxes full of monthly installments . . . blessings on the advertisers who helped provide the "growing and changing" annual . . . Miss Barlow keeping a keen eye on all phases.
Hornet staff presents
BUSINESS STAFF Cheryl White, Tubby Mattocks, Kathy Lockhart, Randy Fennin-ger, Diane Wolf, Kenny Mc-Kellar, Helen Herre, Bobby Tarrant, Berkeley Hoynesworth.Margaret Permar, Editor.
Surely we could have done SOME of this last summer! . . . theme decision: We Grow and Change . . . both as students and as a school . . . pounds of layout pages and 8-point copy sheets . . . midnight conference on new cover . . . doesn't anyone know a celebrity? . . . crash program when photographer comes . . . daily Peg-ging away at the layout . . . marvelous staff cooperation . . . present their pride and joy.
growing and changing year
EDITORIAL STAFF First Row: Tommy Moore, Claude Stokes, Joon Herre. Second Row: David Lindow, Joy Elliot, Nancy Moore, Susan Taylor, Diane Seymour, Lynn McDonald, Leslie Dessouer, Cecelia Thomas, Sandy Radford.Nancy Moore, Jan Royal, Bonnie Smith, Susan Smith, Gretchen Van Zile, Carol Reynolds, Geri Sue Ridge, Diane Burckhalter.
Director, Mr. William T. Slaughter, President, Burt Dahlen, Vice-President, Ann Shideler, Secretary-Treasurer, Claiborne Ray, Head Drum Majorette, Nancy Moore, Assistant Drum Majorette, Jan Royal, Publicity Chairman, Jay Gross.
Band performs for football,
MARCHING BAND First Row: Barbara Scott, Mike McMannaway, Ernie Shuler, Betts Hunter, Claiborne Roy, Ion Montenyohl. Second Row: Jay Gross, Durana Farrar, Robert Potterson, Burt Dahlen, Melody Seierson, Ray Jockson, Marianne Towler. Third Row: Cindy Fox, Charlotte Joseph, Henry Stevens, Carl McCrosky, Diane Watson, Denny Christine, Mickey Cline.Head Librarian: Melody Seiersen, Assistant Librarians: Kay Strickland,
Karen Olsen, hAonanne Towler, Student Director: Jonathan Fletcher, Assistant Publicity Chairman: Billy
Carothers, Manager: Denny Christine, Assistant Manager: Steve Milkereit.
Betts Hunter, Soloist.
Noncy Moore, Head Drum Majorette
parades, and school assemblies
MARCHING BAND First Row: Solly Syphrit, Cissy Tolbert, Ann Shideler, Richard Dorey, Billy Carothers, Gory Anderson. Second Row: Tim
Holtzendorff, Larry Lovell, Jonathan Fletcher, Kay Strickland, Paul Smoland, Virginia Jones, James McClearen, Bill Carroll, Ray Cardinal. Third Row: John Seorle, Steve Milkereit, Teddy Stone, Bill Ashmore, Benny Bartley.Jonathan Fletcher, Student Conductor.
Mr. William T. Slaughter, Director
Half-time maneuvers thrill crowds . . . hours in summer sun to perfect drills . . . dashing new uniforms convert to tuxedos for symphonic concert in spring . . . parades for Christmas, Fire Prevention Week, Boy Scouts, Masters Golf Tournament, and Miss Aiken . . . late pizzas at Shimmys . . . home in wee hours from out-of-town games.
Bands play in
First Row: Poul Smoland, Kay Strickland, Lorry Lovell, Cissy Tolbert, Bill Carroll, Melody Seiersen, Ernie Shuler, Henry Stevens, Tim Holtzendorff. Second Row: Carl McCrosky, Ian Montenyohl,
Denny Christine, Steve Milkereit, Barbara Scott, JQy Gross, Billy Carothers, Robert Patterson, Burt Dahlen, Ray Cardinal, Bill Ashmore, Jonathan Fletcher.
98Carolina Band Day as USC . . . surely you can subscribe to a new magazine or let me renew your old ones ... In February it was candy, all for the travel fund . . . chocolate-covered almonds anyone? . . . four members who achieve All-State Band . . . rousing pep band played for rallies and home basketball games.
First Row: Mike McManawoy, Ann Shideler, Billy Carothers, Betts Dahlen, Solly Syphrit, Tim Holtzendorff, Henry Stevens, Marianne
Hunter, Ernie Shuler, Cloiborne Ray. Second Row: Ion Montenyohl, Towler. Third Row: Bill Ashmore, John Searle, Barbara Scott, Joy
Denny Christine, Cissy Talbert, Larry Lovell, Bill Carroll, Burt Gross, Robert Patterson, Ray Cardinal, Virginia Jones, Paul Smolond,
Kay Strickland, Jonathan Fletcher.
ALL-STATE BAND MEMBERS Ray Cardinal, Marianne Towler, Cloiborne Ray, and Ann Shideler.
99First Row: Morilyn Marx,
Cloiborne Roy, Bob Forstner, David Meadow, Margaret Permar, Gayle Rockow. Second Row: Robert Crosson, David Carr, Robert Patterson, Ryntha Johnson, Henry Stevens, David Lindow, Jim El left, Robert Johnston, Gin-ny Waters, George Lawrence. Third Row: Cathy Pearson, Judy Dailey, Grace Wood-head, Vickie Hodges, Nancy Gaddy, Leslie Dessauer, Steve Scotten.
National Honor Society
President: Jim Ellett, Vice-Presidents: David Carr, George Lawrence, Secretaries: Ann Cook, Sharon
Maurice, Treasurers: Judy Dailey, Sandy Radford, Advisor: Mrs. Margaret C. Bobo.
Senior induction in fall . . . Junior induction on Valentine's Day . . . impressive talks . . . gowns and candles ... an excited tear or two . . . sale of ads for Student Directory . . . four delegates to Charleston convention . . . candlelabra confabulation . . . monitors for Wednesday afternoon test make-up . . . early morning instruction offered.
First Row: Tom Miller, Helen Herre, Cheryl White, Dovid English, Elaine West, Sondy Radford, Dianne Cool, Tom Callohon. Second Row: Dee Ann Baker, Nancy Moore, Judy Anderson, Susan Taylor, Ann McKane, Ann Cook. Third Row: Wendy Pope, Diane Wolf, Ann Shideler, B a r b o r a Scott, Kathy Urban, Donno Ar-rants.First Row: Larry Burch,
Jonothan Fletcher, Margaret Permor, Kathy U r b o n , Claudia Johnson, Judy Green, Fronces Barrett, Laurel Wehler, Nancy Moore, Jeon Hedrick, Jeri Sue Rivenbark, S o m m y Timms, Tim Coffey. Second Row: Nick Jeancake, Jimmy Roberts, David Mayes, David Ebenhack, John Searle, Robert Johnston, Roy Rearden, John Gregory, Dovid English, Coach W. Pierce Liles. Third Row: Preston Maroney, John Coffey, Bill Howard, David Meadow, Chorles Tope.
Newly reorganized at Aiken High . . . motto: "Let us lead by serving others" . . . two inductions at school assemblies . . . sale of Aiken High decals . . . safe driving campaign . . . club threatens to sing official song . . . committee for forming committees . . . jokes in Beta Club magazine . . . emphasis on school service.
President: Robbie Johnston, Vice-President: David
Meadow, Secretary: Claudia Johnson, Treasurer: David Ebenhack, Advisor: Mr. Pierce Liles.
First Row: Tom Miller, Pam McClain, Millie McKeown, Diane Cool, Jimmy Beosley, Cheryl St. John, Paul Pinson. Second Row: Randy
Fenninger, Dale Johnson, Modie Joyner, Jim Lockhart, Claude Stokes, Ginny Waters. Third Row: Wendy Pope, Diane Wolf, Betts Hunter.
First Row: Mary Eckhort, Pam Durban, Dianne Coal, Kathy Wollenburg, Susan Bond, Pam Johnson, Mary Anne Arnett, Ryntho Johnson, Lynn McDonald, Helen Herre. Second Row: Bobby Conn, Alec Hobbs, Bob Forstncr, Robert Cunning-horn, Dadre Traughber, Pat Abbot, Lynn Burgess, Lindo Curry, Gayle Rockow, Barbara Scott, Joe Herbert. Third Row: Ronnie Dyer,
Buddy Cowon, Tom Callahan, Jim Leinort, Henry Stevens, Randy Fenninger, Dovid Graham.
One of newest and most popular clubs . • better
known os "Yogi's Local Yokels" . . . meets bi-weekly with guitars, banjos, and ukuleles . . . "Ballad of Sam Hall" and "Shady Grove" . . . moonshine mooning with "Copper Kettle" and "Rye Whisky" . . . Guest speaker taught basic guitar chords . . . trip to Columbia to hear Peter, Paul, and Mary . . . hootenanny here to stay.
Presidents: Henry Stevens, Ronnie Dyer, Vice-Presidents: Pam Durban, Henry Stevens, Secretaries: Helen Herre, Alyson Beach, Treasurers: Tom Callahan, Helen Herre, Advisor: Mr. Motte J. Yarbrough.
First Row: Alberta Phillips
Alyson Beach, Mickey Mellon, Lee Quinn, Joan Herre, Susan Kern, Elaine West, Faye Bright, Teri Robinson, Hilda Sapaugh, Carol Ly-brand, Betsy Siddall, Nancy Davis. Second Row: Melody Seiersen, Melindo Glasgow, Bonnie Dietz, Doug Rowland, Jonathan Fletcher, Al Hope, Tony Recupido, Eddie Mann, Alan Alexander, Chip Cunningham, Lily McCullough, Alice Niesemann, Sorah Borop, Mr. Yorbrough. Third Row: Lee Gamble,
Jimmy Beosley, Steve Scot-ten.First Row: Cloude Stokes, Peggy Permor, Ginny Waters, Leslie Dessauer, Claiborne Ray, Morianne Tow-ler, Fay Bright, Paul Pinson. Second Row: Tommy Moore, Grace Woodhead, Priscilla St. John, Durana Farrar, Bill Carroll, Jan Allen, Mike Warren, Cindy Nilond, Jack Hunter, Tom Callahan, David Lindow.
Quill and Scroll
Presidents: Jon Allen, Randy Fenninger, Vice-Presidents: David Lindow, Nancy Moore, Secretaries: Ginny Waters, Marianne Towler, Treasurers: Bill Carroll, Tom Callahan, Advisor: Mrs. Erik Kling.
Sponsored second annual literary contest . . . winners in essay, short story, and poetry divisions . . . weekly Teen Times deadline . . . get your TYPED articles in by Wednesday . . . begging Potpourri tidbits . . . Wednesday nights' vigil over newspaper layout . . . USC journalism teacher guest at meeting . . . encouraging contributions to AHS literary magazine "Pine Needles."
First Row: Deedy Kenney,
Nancy Moore, Beverly Col-alucci, Nancy Gaddy, Suson Toylor, Elaine West, Susan Bond, Teresa Timmons, Sandy Piech, Judy Dailey, Margaret Foreman, Ann Cook. Second Row: David Carr, Barbara Scott, Randy Fenninger, Dale Evans, Jim El left, Kathy Urban, Robbie Johnston, Helen Herre, Mrs. Kling.First Row: Norma Lybrand, Sandro Reese, Kay Jolley, Dolores Hallman, Mary Green, Sondy Gilmer, Ann Cranford, Missy Bowman, Mary Combs, Sandra Tucker, Karen Johnson. Second Row: Beth Johnson, Brenda Grice, Frances Morton, Frances DeWitt, Barbaro Gossett, Katy McKinney, Thelma Martin, Carolyn Willis, Mary Berry, Elizabeth Summerall. Betty Roland. Third Row: Aileen Bellefeuille, Jeon Bunn, Linda Hodges, Mortha Floyd, Rosa Lee Heath, Louise Cox, Koy Nunn, Janis Hendrix, Dolores Wright, Donna Sumner.
Presidents: Wendy Pope, Frankie Walters, Vice-Presidents: Nancy Moyer, Becky Stevens, Secretaries: Jac-que Allison, Treasurers: Frankie Walters, Linda Lowe, Social Chairman: Patsy Lee, Program Chairmen: Susan Thompson, Wendy Pope, Advisor: Miss Shirley Vaughn.
Tips on modern business world . . . legal secretary told of her specialized duties and vocabulary . . . Let's type 60 words a minute and forget about spelling . . . movies to increase our efficiency . . . Gregg is great for secret communiques.
First Row: Lynn Eubanks, Becky Stevens, Susan Thompson, Jocque Allison, Linda Lowe, Anno Macklen, Vicki Arnott, Judy Green, Dolores Griffin, Sandro Hudak, Karen Borup. Second Row: Frankie Walters, Nancy Moyer, Reba Cagle, Sandro McFarland, Frances Barrett, Gail Plunkett, Melvo Welton. Third Row: Brenda Rutledge, Louise Plumley, Vicki Hodges, Joyce Hendrix, Brenda Rawl, Sandra Waldrop, Phillis Davidson, Judy Cadden, Debbie Etter, Alice Johnson, Carol Lybrond, Miss Vaughn. Fourth Row: Ann Freeman, Judy Brewer. Fifth Row: Pam Gunter, Diane Callas, Gail Coursey, Emily Goodwin, Wendy Pope, Beth Wilson, Potsy Lee, Sandro DeWitt.First Row: Millie McKeown, Nancy Davis, Cindy Niland, Linda Hudson, Jean Byors, Koren Borup, Pom Gunter. Second Row: Myra McNoir, Patricia Lee, Charles Causey, Qathy Pearson, Diane Watson, Caroline Holley, Trecia Turner, Phyllis Davidson, Sandra Tucker, Debbie Hig-genbottom, Ann Freemon. Tihird Row: Norma Lybrand, l ay Jolley, Sandra Reese, Judy Boyd, Gayle Coursey, Dadre Traughber, Pat Abbot, Lynn Burgess, Sandra Warren, Donna Lowe, Sue Allen, Diane Callas, Frances Morton, Hildo Sapough, Mrs. Elkin. Fourth Row: Melody
Seiersen, Judith Burgess, Mary Jane Page, Resel Gos-nell, Susan Bond, Billy Freor, Bobby Carter, John Pat Coffey, David Higgenbottom, Dale Edwards, Betty Rinehart.
Especially active year with 105 members . . . official charter and shiney new pins . . Horace Mann honored at National Education Week assembly . . . tour of USC campus and homecoming game . . . guest speaker on teaching handicapped children . . . helped in furnishing teachers' lounge in the new wing . . . members assigned to assist teachers in correcting papers, typing, or teaching.
Presidents: Cheryl St. John, Laurel Wehler, Vice-Presidents: Cynthia Hammrick, Jan Allen, Secretaries: Dale Johnson, Betts Hunter, Treasurers: Donna Lowe, Cheryl St. John, Historian: Judy Dailey, Advisor: Mrs. Virginia W. Elkin.
First Row: Jeanette Smith, Paulette Corley, Collette Evans, Joyce Bane, Eloine Melcolm, Sharon Maurice, Jan Allen, Brenda Lybrand, Pam Johnson. Second Row:
Linda Curry, Cynthia Hamrick, Becky Jo Marvin, Barbara Gassett, Doug Collins, Gerald Bennett, Fred Lockey, Bill Boggs, Allen Parker, Sandra McFarland, Judy Dailey, Suson Corley. Third Row: Morkie Hennelly, Betts Hunter, Sally Syphrit, Priscilla St. John, Morgaret Newton, Violet Lindow, Angela Crosby, Anna Macklen, Paula McMillan, Marsha Moa-tes, Grace Woodhead, Gloria Starnes. Fourth Row: Leah Dale Johnson, Dottie Owens, Leslie Saunderson, Scherry Mitchell, Nicki Mitchell, Marilyn Marx, Cheryl St. John, Laurel Wehler, Sandy Agee, Peggy Leinhart, Linda Creed, Patty Houwers, Jean-nie Edwords.First Row: Potty Studinko, Pat Cook, Diane Wolf, Mar-kie Hennelly, Ann Lattimore, Leslie Dessauer, Susan Taylor, Donno Arronts, Cathy Owens, Cathy Wallenburg, Alyson Beach. Second Row: Alan Wible, Gary Burleson, Limuel Norris, Jimmy Rowland, Danford Meischen, Jimmy Johnson, David Butler, Charles Causey.
Der Deutsche Kreis, if you please . . . meetings in students' homes with authentic German refreshments . . . guests tell of ballads arid the Lorelei . . . skits and songs auf Deutsche . . . purchase of German language tape recordings . . . Atlanta Consulate sent colorful films . . . presented skit at USC Language Day and competed in comprehension test with other German students and won all top honors . . . spring fling at a polka party.
Presidents: Sandy Radford, Joe Hitchman Vice-Presidents: Leslie Dessauer, Jimmy Rowland Secretaries: Donna Arrants, Betsy Siddall Treasurers: Helen Herre, Cathy Wallenburg Advisor: Mrs. Lillian Carr
First Row: Eleanor Roop,
Sandy Radford, Sandy Piech, Betsy Siddall, Lily Grace McCullough, Pat Nordeen, Pam Moore, Grace Woodhead, Helen Herre, Mrs. Carr. Second Row: Ray Cook,
Andrea Clark, Cheryl White, Gregg McCullough, Danny Belcher, David Weigle, David Weems, Richard Dorey, Mary Williamson, Claiborne Roy, Buddy Coward.First Row: Jon Boone, Judy Cox, Mory Williomson, Elaine West, Saro Borop, Donna Arrants, Midge Newton, Dianne Cool, Gayle Rockow, Grace Woodheod, Sharon Maurice, Cothy Pearson. Second Row: Cheryl White, Barbara Scott, Missy Smoot, Mary Lou St. John, Butch Rachal, Beverly Griggs, Suson Bond, Madie Joyner, Betts Hunter, Solly Syphrit, Alec Hobbs, Joe Herbert, Paul Smoland, Mrs. Butler. Third Row: David English, David Carr, Dovid Lindow, Tom Callahon, Randy Fen-ninger, Joe Hitchman, Meredith Raney, Dovid Graham, Pete Bertram, Gary Cabbage, John Seorle, Poul Pinson.
Le Cercle Francais
Presidents: Ann Cook, July Dailey Vice-Presidents: Steve Scotten, Lily Grace McCullough Secretaries: Millie McKeown, Gayle Rockow Treasurers: Grace Woodhead, Sharon Maurice Advisor. Mrs. Helen Butler
Third and fourth year French students . . . films and records en francais . . . Christmas collection of clothes for needy . . . fifteen francs offered for best drama in French . . . guest speaker told of French youth attended Language Day at USC, entered competitive exam and won honors . Dominique, encore!
First Row: Lynn Burgess,
Paula McMillon, Jean Hedrick, Nancy Davis, Ann Cook, Becky Jo Marvin, Judy Dailey, Susan Corley, Millie McKeown, Nancy Moore, Barbara Chase, Jon Allen. Second Row: Nancy Johnson, Ann Shideler, Pom Evans, Kathy Urban, Markie Hennelly, Beth Wilson, Betsy Siddall, Margaret Foreman, Judy Anderson, Sandy Rod-ford, Dee Ann Baker, Helen Herre. Third Row: Steve
Scotten, Jimmy Beasley, Bob Fortsner, Danny Murphy, Stewart Maurice, Jimmy Roberts, Earl Carter.First Row: Robert Cunningham, Joe Herbert, Beverly Griggs, Ann Lottimore, Mary Eckardt, Dadre Traughber, Pat Abbot, Judy Anderson, Elaine West, Mary Williamson, Ryntha Johnson, Lynn Burgess, Bob Forstner. Second Row: John McMich-ael, Burt Dahlen, David Eb-enhack, Pat Hart, Jim El-let, Chub Hormstod, Bob Patterson, Mickey Cline, Jimmy Johnson, David Graham, Alec Hobbs, Chip Cunningham, John Schilling, Earl Corter. Third Row: Tony Recupido, Tex Peterson, Jimmy Rowland, Ben Bancroft, Fred Corter, Fraser Martin, Ned Bancroft, Skip Brother-ton, Meredith Roney, David English, David Lindlow, Mike French, Tom Callahan, Bob Tarrant, Randy Fenninger, Don Hensley, Gregory Stark, Rick Nuzum.
Presidents: Pete Bartram, David Graham Vice-Presidents: Steve Scotten, Paul Smoland Secretaries: Bob Forstner, Cheryl St. John Treasurers: Joe Herbert, Jack Hunter Advisor: Mrs. Mary Donaldson
Guest speakers on chromatography, geology, nuclear metallurgy . . . question and answer sessions . . . tour through the Savannah River Plant . . . urged projects for annual Central Savannah River Area Science Fair in March.
First Row: Steve Scotten,
Alice Niesemann, Gayle Rockow, Sora Borop, Beverly Colalucci, Cheryl St. John, Norma Golden, Barbara Johnson, Ellen Johnson, Linda Makohon, Groce Hit-chman, Pete Bortram. Second Row: Frankie Hayes, Lee Pearson, Earl Belcher, Jack Hunter, Doug Roland, Ed Brown, Danford Meisch-en, Alan Alexander, Bill Rodes, Hal Tollman, Chuck Gresham, Alan Wible, Mrs. Donaldson. Third Row: Robert Miller, Al Hope, Roy Shears, Billy Jumper, Joe Hitchman, Billy Price, Fondi Murrill, Richard Campbell, Paul Smoland, John Searle, David Weems.First Row: Lindy Morrell,
Brenda McElroy, Diane Mace, Connie Ferrell, Bobby Tarrant, Ricky Ellington, Bill Carroll, Ernie Compton,
Teresa Timmons, Missy Bowman, Ann Cranford,
Sandy Gilmer, Mary Hotcher. Second Row: Lynn Burgess, Pat Abbot, Dadre Traugh-ber, Diane Watson, Phyllis Davis, Trecia Turner, Linda Lowe, Dolores Griffin, Gretc-hen Van Zile, Cissy Tolbert, Lenore Randall, Sherry Jenkins, Miss Harper. Third Row: Linda Makahon, Mary Ann Herron, Kay Letbetter, Alberta Phillips, Sandy Burleson, Dee Lott, Gwynn Willis, Reset Gosnell, Cindy Niland, Dianne Cool, Pam Durban, Betsy Adams, Marilyn Marx, Barboro Morris.
Members of Aiken Community Ployhouse lectured on staging, acting, directing . . . spring declamation contest . . . Dramateer dramatics at spring assembly . . theatrical make-up demonstration.
Presidents: Becky Stevens, Cynthia Hamrick Vice-Presidents: Cissy Talbert, Susan Lower Secretaries: Dale Johnson, Diane Wolf Treasurers: Teresa Timmons, Lydia Smiley Advisor. Miss Tilly Harper
First Row: Lily McCullough, Judy Anderson, Frances Walton, Donna Buchanan, Becky Stevens, Susan Thompson, Anno Mocklen, Betty Beaty, Carol Lybrand, Beverly Col-olucci, Cheryl St. John, Ann McKane, Nancy Gaddy. Second Row: Beth Wilson, Pam Evans, Carolyn Willis, Keith Smiley, Cheryl White, Peggy Leinart, Linda Creed, Kitty Chafin, Hilda Sopough, Karen Borup, Myra McNair, Cynthio Hamrick, Melody Seiersen. Third Row: Virginia Jones, Hyo Laurel, Sally Syphrit, Charlotte Jackson, Lydia Smiley, Leah Dale Johnson, Mary Lou St. John, Missy Smoot, Susan Lower, Diane Wolf, Deedy Kenney, Sarah Borop, Jon Allen, Patricia McNair.First Row: David Mayes,
David Ebenhock, Jean Hedrick, Judy Green, Sheila Wolf, Judy Anderson, Melvo Welton, Gail Plunkett, Diane Cool, Robbie Johnston, Nick Jeancake. Second Row: Tim Coffey, Pot Hart, Larry McCoy, Mike Padgett, Johnny Crawford, Johnny Canady, David Lindow, George Lawrence, Glenn Gentry, Ashford Milner, Bill Thompson, Coach Fraser. Third Row: Sammy Timms, Dale Robinson, Roy Rearden, Mitchell Ross, Donnie Martin, Claude Stokes, Gary Cabbage, Charles Tope, Bobby Robertson, David Meadow, Tony Love.
Honorary organization for students who lettered in varsity sports and for the cheerleaders . . . source of great school spirit and service . . . trophies agleam in their cases . . . concession stands during football season . . . cheerleaders selling slogan ribbons during basketball season . . . "Here's to the Green Hornets, They won't give in. Fight to the finish boys, We're out to win."
President: Pete Whitfield Vice-President: Robbie Johnston Secretary: Jean Hedrick Treasurer: David Ebenhack
Advisors: Miss Johanna Gibbs, Mr. James C. Fraser
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Front Row: Larry Burch,
John Pat Coffey, Jeri Sue Rivenbark, Carol Burkhardt, Judy Hedrick, Claudio Johnson, Pam McClain, Modie Joyner, Cynthia Hamrick, Mary Green, Fran Barrett, Miss Gibbs. Second Row: Jim Ellet, Richord Felder, Roy Horton, Billy Howard, David Carr, Tom Miller, Jim Lockhart, Wallace Dunbar, Preston Moroney. Third Row: Steve Scotten, David Butler, Eddie Fowler, Austin Woodward, Lee Gamble, Alon Hay, Johnny Gregory, Tim Grace, Malcolm Hormstod.
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First Row: Margaret Permar, Wendy Pope, Becky Stevens, Jeri Sue Rivenbark, Jean Hedrick, Lillian Gunter, Kathy Urban, Betts Hunter, Gwynn Willis, Elise Deloach, Cheryl St. John, Ann Cook. Second Row: Ted Eubanks, Jerry Wolker, Tim Coffey, Jim Ellett, Henry Stevens, Claude Stokes, Robert Cunningham, Bill Burckhalter, John Searle, Jimmy Roberts, Mr. Willis. Third Row: Johnny Gregory, Nick Jeancake, Robbie Johnston, Sandy Radford, David Meadow, Lydia Smiley, Charles Tope, Leslie Dessouer, Jan Allen, Bob Forstner, Claiborne Ray, Nancy Show, Pete Bartram, Burt Dahlen.
Composed of heods of all clubs and organizations approved by the Council . . . club roll call at monthly meetings in library . . . Mr. Willis guides coordination of club calendar . . . four new clubs represented this year . . . advisory rather than legislative power . . . what has your club accomplished this year?
First Row: Chip Cunningham, Linda Curry, Judy Dailey, Leslie Dessauer, Claiborne Ray, Jim Ellett. Second Row: David Graham, Frankie Walters, Lillian Gunter, Kathy Nelson, Myra McNair, Cynthia Hamrick, Margaret Permar, Robbie Johnston. Third Row: Bob Forstner,
Johnny Gregory, Nick Jeancake, Claude Stokes, Burt Dahlen, Tony Love, Ronnie Dyer.First Row: Judy Caldwell, Susan Bodie, Patsy Jones, Sandra Agee, Sandro Carter, Ann Smith, Nancy Lefler, Donna Larson, Teresa Timmons, Lenore Randall, Beth Hershey. Second Row: Carol Cowan, Goyle Evans, Brenda Rawl, Peggy Leinhart, Allison Beach, Becky Stevens, Patty Hodges, Marilyn Ice, Debbie Gayhort, Mary Ec-kordt, Cindy Niland, Cheryl Boyce. Third Row: Tex Peterson, Kenny Hill, Ricky Morton, Tony Recupido, Ernie Compton, Betsy Adams, Re-sel Gosnell, Linda Curry, Bill Carroll, Marilyn Marx, Johnny Schilling, Judith Burgess, Gwynn Willis, Sandy Burleson, Joanne Fisher.
Les Frelons Verts
Presidents: Elise Deloach, Linda Curry Vice-Presidents: Mary Beth Taylor, Berkeley Haynesworth Secretaries: Pat Hall, Dave Robinson Treasurers: Carol Cowan, Resel Gosnell Advisor: Mrs. Alice Clontz
Brand new club for second year French students . . . Les Frelons Verts or Green Hornets if you ne parlez pas le francais . . . former French resident, now AHS student, showed breathtaking slides . . . French movie, ooh la la . . . spring Language Day at USC.
Mary Beth Taylor, Berkeley Hoynesworth, Cathy Sampson, Mary Townes, Eula Boy-Iston, Durona Farrar, Elise Deloach, Mary Dietz, Donno Buchanan, Linda Creed, Beverly Colalucci, Cynthia Ingram, Lee Quinn, Mickie Mellon. Second Row: Robert Miller, Sandra Hudak, Karen Borup, Vickie Hodges, Priscilla St. John, Hya Laurel, Kathy Lockhart, Anne Eden-field, Pat Hall, Grace Hitch-man, Noncy Raney, Dee Lott, Joon Herre. Third Row: Tommy Moore, Jeffery Wallace, Skipper Brotherton, Shonnon Kirk, Billy Jumper, Stephen Surosky, Chip Cunningham, Gregory Stork, Robert Cunningham, Mrs. Clontz.First Row: Jomie Wise, Jenny Ritchie, Joyce Bane, Nancy Johnson, Laura Lynn Martin, Judy Holliday, Mary Jane Page, Pom Johnson, Joye Busch, June George, Grace Dewitt, Becky Evans. Second Row: Janet Trollin-ger, Sherrie Phillips, Linda Mokohon, Brenda McElroy, Diane Mace, Sherry Jenkins, Carol Peake, Carol Warner, Linda Gray, Mary Ann Herron, Karen Johnson, Colette Evans.
First year French club . . . nous porlons le francais —un peu . . . program on educational system in France . . . French Christmas customs . . . French spelling match with numbered pictures to identify . . . sporting fleur-de-lis pins . . . French banquet.
Presidents: Nancy Johnson, Pam Moore Vice-Presidents: Pam Moore, Joyce Tuer Secretary: Pam Johnson Treasurer: Laura Lynn Martin Program Chairman: June George Advisor: Miss Ruth Maxwell
First Row: Foy Bright, Pam Moore, Margoret Escoffier, Susan Frommer, Majorie Taylor, Sandra Merritt, Connie Ferrell, Donna Miller, Joyce Tuer, Miss Maxwell. Second Row: Mike McMana-way, Johnny Graham, Ernie Shuler, Glenn Albea, Vernon Massingale, Steve Pickett, Alan Alexander, Chuck Gresham, John Simpson, Mike Wright, Billy Simpson, Eddie Blanchard.First Row: Jerry Blockwell, Danny Magness, Victor Creed, Ted Eubanks, Jerry Wolker, Lorry Moyer, Jimmy Kelly, Richard Felder, Ricky Green, George Henderson, Earl Gregory, Frank Kitch-ings. Second Row: Richard Russell, Bobbie Hodden, Fronklin Cushman, Gary Westbrook, Jomes Bell, Groy Bowery, Myers Porter, Billy Watkins, Jack Groy, Ed Whittle. Glenn Royborn, Roy Day. Third Row: O'Neal
Holsenbock, Richard Day, Larry Key, Ricky Bonnett, Garland Toole, Ralph Redd, Larry Mills, Junior Doy, William Salters, Roford Johnson, Dan Busbee.
Vocational agriculture students entitled to join FFA . . . many contests . . . public speaking, parliamentary procedure, forestry-judging, livestock-judging . . . programs on improving farm and home . . . emphasis on character, leadership, thrift . . . radio programs . . . sold PROGRESSIVE FARMERS.
President: Ted Eubanks Vice-President Jerry Walker Secretary: Larry Moyer Treasurer: Victor Creed Advisor: Mr. Alvin H. Hawkins
First Row: Wayne Ussery, Larry Evons, Bobby Seabolt, David Wallace, Wallace Dunbar, Chip Mullins, Robert Rudder, Henry Berry, Jimmy Rorex, Norris Mosley, Ray Woodward, Horvey Fox, Lar-ris Franklin. Second Row: Albert Emeneker, William Boxter, Ray Hanna, Tommy Galordi, James Behan, Lorry Smith Benny Yon, Roy Richardson, Don Herrin, Tommy Gray, John Hall. Third Row: Larry Smith,
Glenn Day, Donnie Herron, Jack Snipes, Pot Kaney, Ted Scott, Teddy Stone, Sammie Rogers, Dovid Gunter, Donny Rogers, Mike Sparks.First Row: Betty Sue Downing, Lindy Morrell, Gail Plunkett, Morisue Botes, Brenda Grice, Mory Beth Ellington, LaVerne Cote, Linda Simms, Linda Jones, Lindo Brantley, Myra Best, Lana Lybrand, Janice Hall, Loretta Keith, Roy Lee Boyd. Second Row: Cathy Goldman, Norma Lybrond, Gail Cour-sey, Mary Seobolt, Elaine Melcolm, Sandro DeWitt, Bernice Prater, Linda Gregory, Vickie Adams, Carolyn Reynolds, Sandro Tucker, Gwinette McNeol, Joanne Quinn, Idella Jennings. Third Row: Marie Agerton, Trudy Belcher, Pam Nelson, Lynette Hegler, Emily Goodwin, Bonnie Hatcher, Leslie Saunderson, Barbara Lowe, Brenda Turner, Bobbie Jeon Butler, Brenda Young, Diane Cellos, Jeanne Edwards.
President: Judie Boyd
Vice-Presidents: Becky Payton, Gayle Coursey Secretary: Ann Freeman Treasurer: Brenda Grice Advisor. Mrs. Naomi Satterfield
Emphasis on education and skill in running orderly home . . . versatile role of homemaker . . . sent useful articles overseas as a main project . . . Student Council President and the Principal addressed group on citizenship . . . films present summer camp possibilities.
First Row: Janice Hendrix, Catherine Stokes, Ann Freeman, Mary Snipes, Gloria Stornes, Mary Berry, Maxine Brown, Mattie Broughton, Brenda Kidd, Sylvia Camp, Connie Ferrell, Martha Sherrill, Kathy Stewart, Karen Davis, Potricia Howers. Second Row: Betty Rinehart, Betty Rowland, Alice Johnson, Potsy Taylor, Brenda Lybrand, Brenda Drawdy, Minnie Lee Atkinson, Donna Widener, Betty Graves, Linda Mizell, Mary Pleoconis, Judy Jumper, Ann Bell. Third Row: Martha Floyd, Judy Boyd, Debbie Higgenbottom, Diane Parker, Charlotte Rowland, Lindo Hudson, Mary Lou Huddleston, Katie McKinney, Charlotte Jack-son, Catherine Owens, Gretc-hen VanZile.First Row: Millie McKeown, Nancy Davis, Susan Bond, Barbara McAninch, Andrea Clarke, Tommy Moore, Tommy Gibson, Ben Bancroft, Joy Elliot, Koy Jolley, Ann Lattimore, Linda Curry, Teresa Timmons. Second Row: Joyce Bane, Pam Evans, Melindo Glasgow, Keith Smiley, Lily McCullough, Cindy Nilond, Priscilla St. John, Mory Anne Arnett, Lynn McDonald, Judy Siler, Morilyn Ice, Pat Cook, Kathy Wallenburg, Mrs. Lambert. Third Row: Lydia Smiley, Lynn Burgess, Gail Coursey, Ann Freemon, Elaine Lawrence, Pam Moore, Myra McNoir, Ann McKane, Patty Studinka.
Presidents: Lydia Smiley, Kathy Nelson Vice-Presidents: Lynn Burgess, Ann McKane Secretaries: Mary Beth Taylor, Mary Lou St. John Treasurers: Dale Johnson, Lydia Smiley Publicity Chairman: Linda Curry Advisor: Mrs. Peggy Lambert
Guest speakers and modern art . . . what's the difference between surrealism and impressionism? . . . chicken wire and styrofoam lead to beautiful Christmas decorations . . . volunteers for the library showcase this month? . . . handmade ceramics . . . handsome murals for main lobby . . . bulletin boards . . . Mardi Gras dance.
First Row: Mory Beth Toylor, Alyson Beach, Kathy Nelson, Kothy Wilkie, Nicki Mitchell, Sheilo Nelson, Mar-goret Newton, Betty Beoty, Kitty Chofin, Gloria Starnes, Brenda Lybrand. Second Row: Diane Watson, Pat Abbot, Dadre Traughber, Caroline Holley, Mory Lou St. John, Missy Smoot, Missy Bowman, Cecelia Thomas, Noncy Shaw, Cynthia Hamrick, Jeonie Edwords. Third Row: Fondie Murrill, Jimmy Carlisle, Roy Shears, Leah Dale Johnson, Fraser Martin, Ned Bancroft, Bill Carroll, Ricky Ellington.Don Fobrick, Henry Stevens, Meredith Roney, Bob Thomson, David English, Kenny Brockington, Bill Burckhal-ter, Jim Lockhort, Edward Seigler, Malcolm Hormstad, Bob O'Rear Happy Jones. Second Row: Dole Robinson, Mitchell Ross, Joe Lain, Joe Hifchmon, Larry Burch, Alan Hoy, Jimmy Bunch, Dan Busbee, Don Magness.
Each driver has a student route in the Aiken At- President: Wallace Boyd
tendance Area . . . excellent safety record . . . monthly Vice-President: Bill Burckhalter
bus inspections by State Highway Department . . . dis- Secretary-Treasurer: Billy Watkins
cipline problems . . . new Vanwood station on rainy Advisor: Mr. William L. Bell
First Row: Richard Jordan, Franklin Cushman, Joel Golden, Bobby Hadden, Maxine Brown, Frankie Walters, Kathy McKinney, Billy Watkins, Wallace Boyd, Charles Causey. Second Row: Richard Fox, Bucky Ford, Larry Russell, Sammy Cox, Joe Wyatt, Robert Rudder, Henry Berry, Jonothan Fletcher, Mr. Bell.First Row: Paul Pinson, Carlton Hendrix, Joel Golden, Donald Orr, Chipper Mullins. Second Row: Bobby Usher, Gerald Owen, Jimmy Boxter, Robert Worley, Steve Driver, Douglos Rowland, Mrs. Hutto. Third Row: Michael Graham, Eorl Carter, Bill Rodes, Henry Garvin, Robert Newton, John Searle, Jimmy Roberts.
AUDIO VISUAL CLUB . . . busy maintaining school audio and visual equipment . . . provide lighting and sound effects for plays and assemblies . . . operate movie projectors, recorders, and film strip machines . . . handle PA system for daily devotional . . . advise on purchase of new equipment . . .
Presidents: Jimmy Roberts, John Seorle Vice-Presidents: John Searle, Earl Carter Secretary-Treasurers: Bill Rodes, Donald Orr Advisors: Mrs. Jesse Lee Hutto, Mrs. Barbara S. Cude
Audio Visual and Library Clubs
President: Lillian Gunter
Vice Presidents: Faye Lancaster, Carolyn Willis Secretory-Treasurers: Reba Cagle, Reba Martin Social Chairman: Margaret Newton Program Chairmen: Carol Richardson, Barbara Gossett
Advisor: Mrs. Jessie Lee Hutto
LIBRARY CLUB . . . promotion of wider reading interests . . . bulletin board and poster contests for Notional Education Week and National Library Week cookie party for teachers during Library Week . . . Annual District meeting in Denmark, S.C. ... we do Dewey, of course.
First Row: Reba Cagle, Lindo Tullis, Corol Willis, Patricia Nordeen, Elaine West, Judy Anderson, Melvo Welton, Leah Dale Johnson, Debbie Collins, Corol Richardson, Mrs. Hutto. Second Row: Barbara Gossett, Margaret Newton, Billy Freor, Larry Moyer, Scotty Brackett, Tre-cia Martin, Faye Lancaster, Lillian Gunter, Frances Walton.First Row: James Boatright, James Behan, Patty McMahon, Maxine Brown, Darlene Caudle, Shorlene Caudle, Linda Hudson, Sandro Rorex, Carol Parrish, Linda Campbell, Clyde Wilson, Johnny Crowford. Second Row: O'Neal Holsenbock, Mike Padgett, Paul Moshburn, Chorles Beason, Lorry Whittle, Paul Gary, Joe Johnson, Ted Eubanks, Victor Creed, Lynn Steele, Miss Cato.
President: Johnny Crawford Vice-President: Paul Mashburn Secretary: Carol Parrish Treasurer: Charles Beason Editor: Linda Campbell Advisor: Miss Margaret Cato
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB . . . state meetings in October and February . . . group discussions on free enterprise system, job interviewig, employer-employee relationships . . . Christmas wrapping contest . . . manuals prepared for state contest in February.
Distributive Ed and T and I Clubs
TRADES AND INDUSTRIAL CLUB helps maintain and increase school facilities . . . painted new partition between D. O. Room and the Shop . . . constructed stands for the Halloween carnival . . . actively helping this "growing and changing" year.
President: Glenn Redd Vice-President: Billy Watkins Secretary: Joel Gossett Treasurer: Bruce Boatwright Advisor: Mr. William L. Bell
First Row: Pot Koney, Ronnie Hamilton, Glenn Gentry, Joe Loin, Doug Gregory, Robert Rudder, Wallace Boyd, Billy Watkins, Richard Felder, Joel Gossett, Bruce Boatwright, Glenn Redd. Second Row: Glenn Jackson, David Keel, John Wright, Joe Langdale, Chorles Graham, Glenn Robom, Richard Russell, John Hall, Mr. Bell. Third Row: Paul Mashburn, Clyde Wallace, Richard Jordan.First Row: Eloine Scott, Betty Graves, Brendo Drowdy, Violet Lindow, Jonis Hendrix, Lillion Gunter, Patricia Lee, Ann Moffitt, Sandra DeWitt, Delores Wright, Faye Lancaster, Jean Bunn, Linda Seigler. Second Row: Richard Felder, Roy Shears, Donna Widener, Patricia Boatwright, Linda Jones, Donna Lowe, Carolyn Willis, Judy Brewer, Joyce Jones, Mr. Eubanks. Third Row: Henry Salley, Charles Beason, Bucky Ford, Benny Yon, Lorry Moyer, Eddie Brown, Dennis Hydrick, Pete Bartrom.
CANTEEN STAFF helps operate the canteen during lunch hours . . . can you change c five? . . . chips, coke, and a Buttercup, please . . . profits assist major school enterprises.
Canteen and Office Assistants
OFFICE ASSISTANTS . . . serve in main school offices . . telephone answering
service . . . collect daily absentee slips . . . filers of awesome student records . . . occasional nurse to the stricken student . . . deliver absentee reports.
First Row: Katy McKinney, Sandra Woldrop, Sandra McFarland, Judy Dailey, Sharon Maurice, Cathy Pearson. Second Row: Pam Johnson, Paula McMillon, Anno Macklen, Margaret Foreman, Judy Green, Jacque Allison, Mrs. McNeil. Third Row: Grace Woodhead.•First Row: Nancy Lefler,
Bonnie Dietz, Lee Quinn, Cynthio Ingram, Vickie Adorns, Noncy Johnson. Ann Seigler, Barbara Setzer, Bar-bora Koon, Carolyn Willis, Mrs. Hilborn. Second Row: Nancy Green, Jane Zion, Carol Cowan, Diane Burck-halter, Alice Niesemann, Koy Lewis, Connie Shaw, Myra McNoir, Nancy Shaw, Cynthia Hamrick, Donna Larson, Elise Deloach. Third Row: Lydia Hay, Norma Jean Richardson, Mary Miller, Judy Holliday, Lauro Martin, Louise Bedenbaugh, Marilyn Robinson, Ann Shi-deler, Eleanor Roop, Debbie Gayhart, Teri Robinson.
FUTURE NURSES CLUB . . . promote interest in nursing and other phases of medical work . . . guidance on future schooling . . . visit Aiken County Hospital . . . spring trip to Augusta Medical College . • visiting
Presidents: Nancy Shaw, Myra McNair Vice-Presidents: Nancy Johnson, Ann Shideler Secretaries: Myra McNair, Nancy Johnson Treasurers: Nancy Johnson, Nancy Shaw Reporters: Ann Thomas, Elise Deloach Advisor: Mrs. Howard Hilborn
Future Nurses and Exponents
President: Bob Forstner Vice-President: Laurel Wehler Secretary-Treasurer: Beverly Colalucci Advisor: Mr. Richard Cook
EXPONENTS CLUB . . . expanding interest in and understanding of mathematics ... all right, so it's a commutative property of addition . . . guest speakers about the natural number theorem, modern mathematics, and sidelights on traditonal principles.
First Row: Noncy Raney,
Debbie Goyhort, Nancy God-dy, Ginny Waters, Laurel Wehler, Beverly Colalucci, Eloine West, Myra McNair, Ann Cook, Virginia Jones, Anne Edenfield, Lenore Randall, Morianne Towler. Second Row: Ann McKone, Cheryl St. John, Sharon Maurice, Dave Robinson, Skipper Brotherton, Mike Mc-Manawoy, Larry Lovell, Earl Belcher, Ricky Nuzum, Cindy Niland, Gayle Rockow. Third Row: Paul Smoland, Bob Forstner, David Lindow, Philip Gee, Robert Patterson, Henry Stevens, Thomos Cal-lohan, Peter Bartrom, George Lawrence, Mickey Cline.
Junior Class Officers
Gwynn Willis, TREASURER; Betts Hunter, SECRETARY; Tim Coffey, VICE-PRESIDENT, Chorles Tope, PRESIDENT.
JuniorsAbney, Faye Adair, Jimmy Adams, Betsy
Arrants, Donna Ashmore, Bill Augustine, Murl
Beosley, Jimmy Beck, Larry Behan, James
Adkinson, Minnie Alexander, Alan Anderson, Gory
Ballard, Nancy Baughman, Larry Baxter, Jimmy
Berry, Henry Blackmon, Albert Blackwell, Harry
Our class of ’65 . . .
Bloss, Steven Boatright, James Boatwright, Dean
Boatwright, Wallace Boggs, Bill Boland, Gary
Borop, Sara Borup, Karen Bosi, Pat
Bradberry, David Brantley, James Brantley, Linda
Bond, Susan Bonnett, Ricky Boone, Jan
Bowen, Bobby Bowery, Carolyn Bowman, Missie
Bray, Reggie Brewer, Judy Britton, MarionBrotherton, Skipper Brown, Gerald Brown, James
Burckhalter, Diane Burdette, Wayne Burgess, Judith
Collos, Diane Calloway, Richard Campbell, James
Brown, Joe Buchanan, Donna Bunn, Jean
Burkhordt, Carol Burleson, Sandy Busbee, Dan
Canody, John Carroll, Bill Carroll, Sandra
peddled football pennants . . .
Cavonough, Mary Anne Chafin, Carol Chase, Barbara Chewning, Ted
Christine, Denny Clark, Ricky Clark, Andrea Cline, Mickey Cockrell, Linda
Coffey, Tim Collins, Douglas Combs, Mary
Cook, Carl Cook, Jerry Cool, Dianne
Cowan, Carol Cox, Johnnie Cox, Louise
Compton, Ernie Conn, Bobby Conner, Charles
Corley, Susan Cote, LoVerne Covington, Mike
Cranford, Ann Crawford, David Creasman, Roger
126Creed, Linda Cunningham, Chip Curry, Linda
DeLooch, Elise DeWitt, Frances DeWitt, Sandra
Dunbar, Wallace Durban, Pam Eckhardt, Mary
Cushman, Bill Cushman, Virginia Davis, Nancy
Diamond, Connie Dietz, Carl Driver, Steve
Eckles, Tom Edwards, Dale Ellington, Rick
sponsored homecoming dance
English, David Ennis, Mike Ergle, Martha Etter, Debbie Eubanks, Ted
Evans, Goyle Evans, Larry Evans, Pom Farrar, Durana Fisher, Joanne
Fleetwood, Gary Fleischman, Marsha Fleming, Sherril
Forstner, Bob Fowler, Edward Fox, Cindy
Fox, Dwight Fox, Richard Frommer, Rick
Galloway, Barbara Gambl'd, Ronnie Gamble. Lee
Gee, Phillip Gentry, Glenn Gilmer, Sondy
Golden, Joel Gomillion, Julie Goodin, Faye
127Gosnell, Resel Grahom, David Gray, Paul
Greer, Joan Greer, Judy Gregg, Ronnie
Grice, Jimmy Griffin, Vie Della Griggs, Beverly
Green, Mary Green, Ricky Greer, Alvin
Gregorie, Doug Gregory, Peggy Grice, Brenda
Gross, Joy Gullion, Drucilla Gunter, Pam
dazzled all with “Stage Door” . . .
Gurley, Harold Haines, Jane Hale, Tom Hall, Chris Hall, Janice
Hall, Pat Hallman, Delores Hamilton, Ronnie Hanna, Diane Horris, Dean
Hart, Cheryl Horton, Roy Hayes, Frankie
Heath, Rosa Lee Heaton, Dan Hedrick, Bob
Hedrick, Judy Hendrix, Carlton Hendrix, Joyce
Henkes, Harley Hennelly, Markie Herbert, Joe
Herron, Sandro Hickman, Paul Higingbottom, David
Hobbs, Alec Hodges, Linda Hodges, Patti
128Holliday, Duncan Holsonbock, O'Neol Hoover, Jack
Howington, Ted Hudak, Sandra Huffman, John
Hyman, Paul Jackson, Donald Jackson, Jimmy
Hope, Al Houwers, Bill Howard, Billy
Hunt, Betty Hunter, Betts Hunter, Gory
Jackson, Roger Johnson, Alice Johnson, Beth
fought mightily in intramurals
Johnson, Claudia Johnson, Frank Johnson, Joe Johnson, Karen Johnson, Leah Dale
Johnson, Noncy Johnson, Roger Johnt, Jimmy Jolley, Kay Jones, Brenda
Jones, Doug Jones, Joyce Joyner, Madie
Keely, Lewis Kendrick, Ronald Kenney, Deedy
Koon, Barbara Kuntz, Carol Lain, Joe
Jumper, Billy Kaney, Pat Keel, William
Kirby, Buddy Kirk, Shannon Kitchings, Frank
Lancaster, Faye Lane, Dennis Lottimore, AnneLeophart, Linda Leaphart, Woyne LeBert, Bobby
Loftin, Sandy Lott, Dee Love, Danny
Magness, Dan Martin, Donnie Martin, Thelma
Leinart, Peggy Lewis, Leonard Lindow, Violet
Lower, Susan Lybrand, Carol Lybrand, Norma
Marvin, Becky Marx, Marilyn Mashburn, Paul
Mathis, Jimmy Matlock, Brenda Mattocks, Tubby McAbee, Janis McAninch, Barbara
McClain, Pam McCoy, Jon McCullough, Lily McGee, Dale McGee, Nancy
ordered school rings . . .
McKeown, Millie McNoir, Patricia McNeal, Gwinette
Miller, Robert Mitchell, Scherry Mizell, Linda
Morton, Frances Morton, Ricky Moyer, Larry
Meadow, David Meischen, Danford Milkereit, Steve
Moffitt, Anne Moody, Wade Morris, Barbara
Mundy, Gordon Mundy, Henry Neisemann, Alice
130Nilond, Cindy Nordeen, Patricio Norris, Wayne
Nunn, Cynthia Olsen, Karen Orr, Donald
Owen, Gerald Parker, Allen Patrick, Rita
Payton, Rebecca Peake, Carol Perry, Williom
Piech, Sandy Pinckney, Ricky Pinson, Paul
Plunkett, Gail Porter, Myers Powell, Shelbo Jeon
tackled first SAT
Quick, Lanier Rachal, Butch Rowl, Brenda Recupido, Tony Redd, Daphne
Reeves, Sandra Rhoden, Bobby Rickenbaker, Lewis Riedel, Karlene Rinehart, Betty
Roberts, Jimmy Robertson, Bob Robinson, Dave
Robinson, Memory Rockow, Gayle Rodes, Bill
Rogers, Dickie Roland, Betty Roop, Eleanor
Ross, Mitchell Rowland, Jimmy Royal, Jan
Sol ley, Henry Sampson, Harry Schulhofer, Louis
Scott, Barbaro Scott, Richard Scotten, Steve
131Seorle, John Seigler, Ann Seigler, Edwin
Shideler, Ann Shores, Christine Siddoll, Betsy
Skidmore, Steve Slaughter, Woyne Smiley, Keith
Seigler, Linda Seymour, Diane Shafer, Doug
Simpson, Janyce Sizemore, Bob Sizemore, Judy
Smith, Ann Smith, Bonny Smith, James
worked in thirty clubs . . .
Smith, Kenneth Smith, Susan Smolond, Paul Snyder, Jimmy Sparks, Charles
Stephens, Wyanett Stevens, Becky Stevens, Neal St. John, Priscilla Stone, Ted
Storey, Linda Summerall, Margaret Sumner, Donna
Surosky, Steve Swanner, John Syphrit, Sally
Szosz, Richard Talbert, Cissy Tor rant, Bobby
Tatum, Mike Toylor, Mary Beth Taylor, Potsy
Terwilliger, Paulo Thomas, Cecelia Thomas, Frankie
Thomas, Terry Thomson, Bob Till, Eddie
132Timmons, Teresa Timms, Sammy Tolcher, Barbara
Turner, Linda Urban, Kothy Ussery, Sammy
Wade, Bobby Waits, Johnny Walker, Jerry
Tope, Charles Tounes, Mike Tucker, Sandra
Vaughan, Jo Ann Verner, Bryce Vinson, Jeon
Wollenburg, Cathy Walters, Bubbo Wolton, Frances
and basked in perfect prom
Warren, Floyd Warren, Mike Waters, Jerry Weems, David Weigle, Dovid
Welton, Melva White, Cheryl Whittle, Larry Wilkie, Woody Willis, Andy
Willis, Butch Willis, Carolyn Willis, Earl
Wilson, Jomes Wilson, Marion Wilson, Robert
Woodward, Austin Worley, Robert Wrenn, David
Willis, Eddie Willis, Gwynn Wilson, Beth
Wilson, Sherry Wolf, Diane Wood, Hilda
Wright, Delores Yon, Benny Zion, JaneFreshman Class Officers
Harriet Hough, SECRETARY; Becky Evans, VICE-PRESIDENT; Robert Cunningham, PRESIDENT; Ann Thomas, TREASURER.
FreshmenAbstonce, Julia Adams, Vickie Adkinson, James Agee, Sandy Agerton, Morie
Aiken, Mike Albea, Glenn Alexander, Kenneth Allison, Bryan Altman, Linda
Arbaugh, Donnie Bane, Joyce Barrett, Mary Jane Bartley, Benny Bates, Marisue
Baughman, Eyvonne Baughman, Sheila Baxley, Robert Beach, Alyson
We the class of ’66 . . .
Beck, Wayne Bedenbaugh, Louise Beheler, Danny Belcher, Cleaburne Belcher, Trudy Bell, Ann
Bell, James Bell, Linda Bell, Roger
Bessinger, Bobbie Jean Best, Myra Bible, Cheryl
Blanchard, Roy Blessing, Ronald Boatwright, Wanda Bodie, Patricia Bodie, Suzanne Bowery, Gary
Boyce, Cherry Boyd, Leomer Boyd, Rae Lee Boylston, Eula Brewer, Joseph Bright, Foy
Brinkley, Jimmy Brock, Eugene Brodie, Allen Brooks, Johnny Brown, Alice Bryant, HarryBuchmiller, Steve Burckholter, Charles Burleson, Gory Busbee, Eva Lee Busbee, Norma Busbee, Williom
Busch, Joye Butler, Bobbie Jean Byars, Smith Byrd, Dorothy Byrne, Ricky Cadden, Troy
Cain, Jack Caldwell, Judy Camp, Sylvia Campbell, Leslie Compbell, Mike Cardinal, Ray
Carter, Ginny Carter, Ricky Carter, Sandra Cato, Tony Chapman, Carl Cherry, Ronnie
burst B-wing doors . . .
Cockrell, Glenn Coffey, Tom Cole, Terry Collins, Debbie Combs, Linda
Connaughton, Tony Cooke, Margaret Cook, Patricia Cook, Ray Cooper, David
Cooper, Frank Corley, Morie Cowan, Buddy Coward, Buddy Cox, Gloria
Craddock, John Croft, Walter Crosby, Charles Cunningham, Robert Cushman, Rosolyn
Dailey, Brandon Dance, Nancy Davis, Frosty Davis, Koren Day, BobbyDoy, Glenn Day, Junior Dedmon, Bill Denton, Rosemary DeWitt, Grocey
Dietz, Bonnie Dietz, Mary Dillard, Kenneth Dixon, Gibbs Dixon, Sherie
Dorey, Richord Downing, Betty Sue Drowdy, Shirley Driggers, Jimmy Driver, David
Durden, Ann Eaton, David Edenfield, Anne Edmundson, Robert Edwards, Candice
overflowed into Vanwood
Ellington, Beth Elliot, Joy Elrod, Scott Emeneker, Albert Enlow, Felton Ergle, Judy
Ergle, Mary Escoffier, Margaret Eubanks, Dennie Eubanks, Tommy Evans, Becky Evans, Collette
Font, Rodger Ferrell, Connie Ford, J. D.
Frady, Linda Frank, Bruce Franklin, Edward
Frommer, Suzanne Gabriel, Dickie Golardi, Tommy Gombrell, Ann Gardner, Carol Gardner, Nancy
Garvin, Henry Gayhart, Debbi George, June Glasgow, Melinda Goff, Ann Golden, NormaGoldman, Kathy Gosnell, Rodney Graham, Johnny Graham, Michael Gray, Linda Gray, Tommy
Green, Nancy Gregg, Donnie Gregory, Gloria Gregory, Linda Gresham, Charles Gullion, Johnny
Gunter, David Gunter, Lynda Hagan, George Hohn, Susan Hair, Potricia Hall, Brenda
Hall Garland Hall, Patsy Hallman, Mack Handy, Don Honhinson, James Hanna, Ray
prompted nineteen new classrooms . . .
Harden, John Hatcher, Mary Hoy, Lebby Haynsworth, Berkeley Heath, Shelby
Hegler, Lynette Herde, Gary Herre, Joan Herrin, Donnie Herron, Jeonnette
Herron, Mary Ann Hershey, Beth Higgenbottom, Danny Hill, Harry Hill, Kenneth
Hitchman, Groce Hobbs, Jock Hodges, Eric Holliday, Judy Hough, Harriett
Houwers, Patty Huddleston, Mary Lou Hughey, Linda Hurt, Shirley Hutto, JenellIce, Morilyn Inabinet, Jeanette Jackson, Ray Jenkins, Sherry Jennings, Idella
Johnson, Barbara Johnson, Chuck Johnson, Ellen Johnson, Karen Johnson, Nancy
Johnson, Pam Johnson, Raeford Johnson, Vicki Jones, Connie Jones, Patsy
Jones, Robert Jones, Virginia Joy, Groyson Jumper, Judy Keeter, Billy
an auditorium and a larger cafeteria
Kelley, Lelond Kelly, Jimmy Kelly, Larry Kern, Susan Key, Elouise Key, Lorry
Key, Ted Kight, Horry King, Jerry Larson, Donna LaRusso, Sherry Laurel, Hya
Low, McDonald Lawrence, Elaine Leaphart, Carolyn Lee, Laura Lefler, Nancy Letbetter, Kaye
Lockhart, Kathy Lott, Lindy Lovell, Larry Lowe, Barbara Lowe, Gerald Lowery, Charles
Lybrand, Lana Lyell, Philip Lyle, James Mace, Diane Magness, Brenda Majors, MikeMaKohon, Linda Mann, Eddie Manter, Bruce Martin, Louro Martin, Reto Massee, Becky
Massengale, Barbara Massengale, Vernon Mouldin, Steve McAninch, Don McCall, John McCall, Ronnie
McCarty, Romo Jean McClearen, Jim McCrosky, Carl McCullough, Greg McElmurray, Nick McElroy, Brenda
McKellar, Ken McManaway, Mike Melcolm, Elaine Mellon, Mickey Merritt, Sondra Metts, Jerry
450 strong we added
Miller, Donno Miller, Gwen Miller, Mary Mills, Lorry Mondy, Carolyn
Montenyohl, Ian Montjoy, Myra Moore, Leslie Moore, Pamela Moore, Tommy
Morgan, Harold Morrell, Lindy Morris, Johnny Morris, Racheol Moseley, Judy
Moseley, Norris Mullins, Sammy Mundy, Bonnie Nelson, Pam Nelson, Sheila
Newton, Pat Newton, Robert Nordeen, Rex O'Neal, Patricia Owen, Dottie
■Owenby, Lindo Owens, Harry Owens, Kathryn Padgett, Borbara Page, Mary Jane
Parker, Diane Porks, Chuck Payton, Bobby Pearson, Ralph Penland, Audrey
Perkins, Nicky Perry, Billy Peterson, Tex Patrina, Glenn Phillips, Alberta
Phillips, Sandra Phillips, Sherie Philpott, Drema Pickett, Steve Pinson, Perry
our brawn and brain power
Pleoconis, Mary Plumley, Thelma Plunkett, Ann Pope, Jean Powell, Stanley Prater, Bernice
Price, Greg Purvis, Kenney Quarles, Bill Quarles, Tommy Quinn, Jo Ann Radford, Mike
Raloff, Tereso Randall, Lenore Roney, Nancy Rankin, Michael Redd, Billy Reynolds, Carolyn
Rial, Peter Rich, Arthur Richardson, Faye Richardson, Ray Richardson, Sammy Ricks, Larry
Ridge, Geri Sue Riley, Tracey Ritchie, Jenny Robbins, Peggy Ann Robinson, Teri Rodgers, DannyRodgers, Sammy Rollison, Marvin Rorex, Jimmy Rosbach, Phil Ross, Greg Rowland, Charlotte
Rushton, Jimmy Salters, Robert Sampson, Kathy Sopough, Jane Sawyer, Bob Schilling, John
Scott, Marion Scott, Ted Seabolt, Lewis Seabolt, Mary Seamster, Johnny Sharpe, Coy
Shaw, Connie Shaw, Sharon Sherrill, Martha Shuler, Ernie Siler, Judy Simons, Elaine
to the study, athletics and . . .
Simpson, Billy Simpson, John Skeen, David Skipper, Louise Slayton, Drew
Smith, Cheryl Smith, Jeanette Smith, Joe Smith, Larry Snipes, Avery
Snipes, Jack Snyder, Wayne Solomon, Dale Solomon, Gale Sparks, Larry
Spivey, Judy Splawn, James Stapleton, Terry Stephens, Lynn Stevens, Jerry
Stewart, Kathy Stringer, Chorlie Studinka, Patti Sumner, Richard Swanner, JimmyToylor, Charles Taylor, Diane Taylor, Marie Thomas, Ann Thompson, Scotty
Thorne, Jackie Timms, Mike Tinsley, Lynn Towler, Marianne Townes, Mary
Trogdon, Charlotte Trollinger, Janet Tuer, Joyce Turner, Brenda Turner, David
Turner, Lorry Tyler, Joe Usher, Bobby Ussery, Wayne Valley, Linda
growth of our AHS
Van Zile, Gretchen Vinson, Edward Waites, David Walker, Donna Wallace, David Wolloce, Jeffrey
Ward, Richard Warner, Carol Washburn, Yvonne Watson, Ann Webb, Kenneth Westall, Daney
Whitson, Zona Whitt, Dean Wible, Alan Widener, Joan Widener, Martha Widener, Wade
Williams, J. R. Wilson, Bruce Wise, Jomie Wolf, Janice Wood, Jane Wood, Joan
Wright, Bucky Wright, Mike Yates, Lorene Young, Brenda Young, Judy Youngblood, GeorgeSTTUDEISTT LIFEI hope we haven't forgotten any senior football player . . . But y' all, I just can't be dignified in the N.H.S. assembly . . . Just 'cause I'm a junior, you big seniors can't push me around . . . Wake up, Richard before Tim really puts you to sleep.Exodus of physically fit students to the main campus . . . Wait until Mr. Bell sees his new chair . . . Bill upsets Mrs. Lambert by telling her that he has decided to drop art in order to take Business English . . . "Double bubble toil and trouble."
Now Sheila, this is a basketball and There she is—our Miss High Miss,
the object of the gome is . . .
Watch out, boys, there's an ant hill up and holler . . . Presenting Miss
. . . The music man and his seventy Frankie Walters,
six trombones . . . All for Aiken standEighth period ot AHS . . . Now we Doesn't that moke you happy. Stew?
will return to third period class.
How about doing your own work, Nancy . . . Well, girls, I don't think this arrangement will look good in the center of the table. It will look best if we sorta move it to the right . . . Hey,
Austin, are some of your teeth loose from football? . . . Now let's see, one fruit chewy, one mint paddy, and one Reese cup—that will be 51 $.I can type 50 words ... in two minutes . . . Shut up, face the wall, and start studying ... I surely thought the Council member would have caught me by this time ... We always enjoy the snowflake buttered potatoes and thick, vegetable soup.I am the king; I am the greatest . . . Pam is so much fun to hold . . . We call ourselves the Kennedy Jets . . . Have you ever seen such a leg? . . . Isn't it beautiful?Swing your partner . .
We only get this close for a picture.
Is it that funny, Berkeley? . . . Now, honey, pay attention to me . . . Instead of cat calls raise your right hand . . .
My only problem is teaching those seniors psychology.Kate throws it down after a long morning of passing out absentee lists ... It sure will be nice when the new cafeteria opens . . . But I don't have another penny . . . Why did you give us a test like this? . . . Danny dreams about the Civil War and his history assignment for tomorrow . . . The other team still hasn't shown up yet, Doc.The annual funeral and lamentation for the Graniteville pebbles . . . Yell, Hornets, veil . . . The Dixieland band swings with the South . . . Get together girls, 1,2,3,4, . . . Jimmy takes a nap while Bobby and Chris shuck and jive . . . He was a fine upcoming citizen of Graniteville . . . Charles and John Pat fly the new Victory Flag for AHS honors.
Mrs. Butler's homeroom takes top honors in the Christmas bulletin board contest . . . O.K., I admit I stole your boyfriend, whot can you do about it? . . . Don't cry Mary I was only kidding when I said he was with her . . . Spirited students whip the snake at an evening pep rally . . . Tubby goes over the books for HORNET payments . . . Earl, I think it rather amusing that you're failing senior English . . . But, Grace, I only sold the man an ad. How was I to know that he didn't work there?What s cooking, Henry . . . Lena, Elliot, Frances, Archie, and Alma take a break from their daily chores . . . But you can't go, I need you to help me cheer! . . . Ann desperately rereads Beowulf before the English test which counts four grades.
What's the matter, Cissy, can't you talk with your mouth full? . . . The buses crawl home after a long day at school . . . Can you believe these kids are almost on their own? . . . Don't you dare put me last in the Student Life section.“Stage Door”
In December the junior closs presented "Stage Door" by Edna Ferber and George Kaufman. It was a successful play on Broadway — and it brought success to the juniors . . . But "Stage Door," with its cast of thirty, was a difficult play ... so the cast worked hard . . . It all started in October with hectic try-outs . . . "Who do you think will get it?" . . . then dozens of long, hot, stuffy, hilarious rehearsals . . . trying to become members of the fictitious Footlights Club . . . student actors and actresses trying to act like actors and actresses not acting . . . Linda Turner, leading lady, lying in a hospital bed . . . Mr. Akins, distracted director, rushing from class to rehearsal to hospital . . . a barrage of orders — "Sell tickets to the play" . . . Cheryl White pleads "learn your lines" . . . Many lines, more unlearned ones . . . gloomy, stricken faces at a relentless rehearsal on November 22 . . . dress rehearsals .. . hard-working committees . . . "It's tough, it's tough, it is" ... a green-faced David Graham smoking cigars . . . critical seniors . . . Mike Warren struggling with a tuxedo in total darkness . . . cast parties . . . record-breaking ticket sales . . . and the wonderful magic of applause as full compensation for hours of labor, tears, laughter, and panic.
158and “The Little Dog Laughed”
March 20 and 21 at the Junior High auditorium ... it happened! . . . the seniors put on a great play, "The Little Dog Laughed" . . . seniors braved a measle epidemic to produce this delightful play . . . Bill Burckhalter and his "Mighty Carousel Radio" kick . . . Beverly's makeshift dressing room and those quick changes ... all of Mrs. Rutland's prompting and threats . . . Joe's shaving cream . . . yum . . . the menthol kind . . . Claude's pipe and stinging face . . . Ryntha's white arms and all that make-up . . . "How about another saltine?" . . . Roy's long hours spent with the dog . . . Laurel and her burmudas . . . Y.M.C.A., no that's wrong, Y.W.C.A. is it? . . . lots of red dots between the eyes as the make-up crew tackles its victims . . . the abundance of silver hair . . . bird call practices . . . "It's only a dead bird!" ... "A filthy dead bird!" . . . the dog trying on the Beatle wig, just for size of course . . . Mrs. Rutland's lovely but heavy silver box . . . You weren't expecting those roses the second night, were you Laurel? . . . the cast party . . . "Comfort? Martha!" . . . "Now why don't you sit down and have a nice little talk about business?" . . . impossible blocking . . . lines never quite right . . . but complete success at the end when the audience laughs heartily along with the little dog.
ABBOTT, PATRICIA ANNE
H. R. Officer 1; Dromoteers 2,3, Student Council 2; Future Teachers Club 3; Art Club 3; Science Club 3; Folksinging Club 3.
ADAMS, JACK GIRARD Track 3.
ALLEN, GLORIA SUE
Les Novices 1; Future Teachers Club 2; Officer 3; H.R. Officer 3.
ALLEN, JAN WADDEY
Dromoteers 1,2; French Club 1,3; Quill and Scroll Club 1, Sec. 2, Pres. 3; 3rd place American Legion Essay Contest 1; H.R. Officer 2, Junior Play; Future Teachers Club, Vice-Pres. 3; Cabinet 3; Senior Play; Assistant Editor "Pine Needless" 3.
Student Council 1,3; H.R. Officer 1,2; May Day Attendant 1; Future Secretaries Club 2; Sec. 3; Office Assistant 3; Homecoming Sponsor 3; Chorus 3.
ANDERSON, JUDITH KAY
Basketball Team 1,2; Dromoteers 1,2,3; Science Club 1,2, 3; X-Ponents Club 1,2,3; H.R. Officer 1,2, French Club 2,3; Block A 2,3; National Honor Society 2,3; National Merit Commendation 3; Senior Play; Library Club Officer 3; Alternate for Girls' State 2.
ARNETT. MARY ANNE
Art Club 1,2,3; H.R. Officer 1,2; Science Club 2; May Doy Attendant 2; Folksinging Club 3.
ARNOTT, VICKI LYNN
Dromoteers 2; Chorus 2; Future Secretaries Club 2,3.
BAKER, DEE ANN
Student Council 1,2,3; H.R. Officer 1,3; Dromoteers 1; Miss Hi Miss 2; Moy Doy Attendant 2; National Honor Society 3; Senior Superlative; French Club 3; Miss HORNET.
H.R. Officer 1; Photography Club 2; Science Club 3; Art Club 3.
Photography Club 2; Art Club 3; Science Club 3; Soccer.
BARRETT, FRANCES ANN
Basketball Team 1,2, Co-Captain 3; Student Council 1,2; Block A Club 2,3, X-Ponents Club 2; Future Secretaries Club 2,3; Beta Club 3; Cheerleader 3; Senior Superlative.
BARTON, OLIS DAVIS JR.
Football I; H.R. Officer 1,2; Student Council 2; Audio-Visual Club 3.
BARTRAM, PETER NEVIUS
Science Club 1,2, Pres. 3; Le Circle Francois 1,3; Canteen Staff 2, Cashier 3; X-Ponents 2,3; Cabinet 3; Merit Finalist; National Science Foundation Summer Program in 1961 and 1963.
BEASON, CHARLES CROCKETT JR.
Canteen Staff 1,2,3; Audio-Visual Club 1,2; D.E. Club Treas. 3.
BEATY, BETTY MARGUERITE
Student Council 1; Future Homemakers Club 1; Art Club 2,3; Librory Club 2; Dromoteers 3.
BELCHER, EARL LEWIS JR.
JV Basketball 1; Track 1,2,3; H. R. Officer 1,2; French Club 2; Science Club 2,3; X-Ponents Club 2,3; Student Council 3.
BELL, LOUISE ELAINE
Future Nurses Club 1,2; Science Club 1,2; Les Novices 1.
BELLEFEUILLE, AILEEN NALANI
Honors at Leilehua High School, Wahiawa, Hawaii 1,2; Future Secretaries Club 3.
BENNETT, GERALD ALLEN
Golf 1,2,3; Future Teachers 3.
BERRY, MARY FRANCES
F.H.A. 1,2,3; Future Secretaries Club 3; Chorus 3.
BLACKWELL, GERALD F F A. 1,2,3.
BOATWRIGHT, BRUCE WILSON
F.F.A. 1; T I Club, Treas. 3.
BOATWRIGHT, PATRICIA JANE Canteen Staff 2,3.
BOYD, JUDIE ANNETTE
F.H.A. 1,2, Pres. 3; Chorus 1,2; Future Teachers Club 3.
Bus Drivers Club 1,2, Pres. 3; T I Club 2,3.
BOYLSTON, JILL PAULETTE Canteen Staff 2,3.
BRACKETT, NORMAN SCOTT Library Club 1,3; Track 1.
BROCKINGTON, KENNETH FRANKLIN
Track 1; French Club 1,2,3; X Poncnts Club 1,2; Science Club 1,2; Block A Club 1, H.R. Officer 1,2, Bus Drivers Club 3.
BROUGHTON, GWENDOLYN MATTIE
F.H.A. 1,3; Future Secretaries Club 2.
BROWN, SARAH MAXINE
F.H.A. 1,2,3; Bus Drivers Club 3; D.E. Club 3.
BROWN, THOMAS HAROLD F.H.A. 1,2,3; D.E. Club 2.
BUNCH, JAMES ALLAN
T I Club 2; Bus Drivers Club 2,3.
BURCH, LARRY KENT
H.R. Officer 1; Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3; Bus Drivers Club 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2; Block A Club 2,3; Beta Club 3; Senior Superlative.
BURCKHALTER, WILLIAM MORGAN
JV Football 1; Footboll 2; Library Club 1,2; H R. Officer 2,3; Tennis 1; Block A Club 2; Photography Club 2; Bus Drivers Club, Vice-Pres. 3; Senior Play.
BURGESS, LYNN KATHRYN
Art Club 1, Vice-Pres.2,3; Future Nurses Club 1; Science Club 1,2,3; French Club 1,3; Library Club, Sec.-Treas 2; Future Teachers Club 2,3; Dromoteers 3; Folksinging Club 3.
BUSCH, MICHAEL WADE
BUTLER, DAVID BRIAN
Track 1,2; H.R. Officer 1,2,3; French Club 1; Soccer 2,3; Audio-Visual Club 2; Block A Club 2,3; German Club 3.
BUTLER, WALTER ELLIOT
Baseball 2; Future Teachers Club 2.
BYARS, BEVERLY JEAN
F.H.A. 1; Future Teachers Club 2,3.
CABBAGE, GARY DOUGLAS
Soccer 1,2; Track 1,2,3; Block A Club 2,3, Le Cercle Francois 3; Tropical Fish Club, Pres. 3.
CADDEN, JUDY MARIAN
Student Council 1; H.R. Officer 1,3; May Day Attendant 1 ; Future Secretaries Club 2,3; F.H.A. 2; Future Teachers Club 3; Drama tee rs 3.
CAGLE, REBA EVELYN
Library Club 1,2, Sec. 3; Chorus 2; Future Secretaries 3.
CALLAHAN, JAMES THOMAS
H.R. Officer 1,2,3; Science Club 1,2,3; X-Ponents 2,3; Le Cercle Francois 2,3, Junior Play; Quill and Scroll, Treas. 3; Folksinging Club, Treas. 3; National Honor Society 3; National Merit Finolist; Nationol Honor Society Semifinals.
CALLAHAN, LARRY EDWARD
D.E. Club 2; Bus Drivers Club 2,3.
CAMPBELLE, LINDA FAYE
F.H.A. 1,2; Future Secretaries Club 2; D.E. Club, Officer 3.
CAMPBELL, RICHARD BRUCE
Science Club 1,2,3; X-Ponents Club 2; Photography Club 2; Merit Finalist.
CARLISLE, JAMES HENRY Art Club 3; Track 3.
CAROTHERS, WILLIAM EDWARD JR.
Band 1,2,3; Band Staff 2,3; Pep Band 2,3.
CARR, DAVID BRIAN
Student Council 1,2,3; French Club 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; H.R. Officer 1; Quill and Scroll Club 2,3; Notional Honor Society 3, Student Rotarian; Senior Superlative; Furman Scholar; Block A Club 3.
CARTER, EARL EVANS
Honors at Leilehua High School, Wahiawa, Hawaii 1,2; French Club 3; Science Club 3; Audio-Visual Club, Vice-Pres. 3.
160CARTER, FRED C.
Science Club 3.
CARTER, ROBERT LEWIS
H.R. Officer 1,2; Bus Drivers Club 2; Future Teachers Club 3. CAUDLE, BEVERLY DARLENE D.E. Club 3.
CAUDLE, FRANKIE SHARLENE Chorus 2; D.E. Club 3.
CAUSEY, ROBERT CHARLES
Honors at Leesville High School, Leesville, La.; Bus Drivers Club 3; German Club 3; Future Teachers Club 3; Student Council 3.
Art Club 2,3; Library Club 2; Dramateers 3; H.R. Officer 3. COFFEY, JOHN PATRICK
Football 1; Bosketboll 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3; H.R. Officer 2; Student Council Member-at-Large 2,3; Block A Club 3; Beta Club 3.
COLALUCCI, BEVERLY RAY
Honors at St. Angela Academy, Aiken, 1; Junior Ploy, Quill and Scroll 2,3; French Club 2,3; Dramateers 2,3; H.R. Officer 2; Senior Ploy; Student Council 3; X-Ponents Club, Sec.-Treas. 3; Science Club 3, Homecoming Sponsor 3.
COOK, MARGARET ANN
Sec. of Freshman Class; Dramateers 1; French Club 1,2, Pres. 3; H.R. Officer 1,2;3; X-Ponents Club 2,3; Student Council 2; National Honor Society 2, Sec. 3; Quill and Scroll 3; Furman Scholar; Cabinet 3.
COURSEY, LINDA GAYLE
Future Secretaries Club 2,3; Art Club 3; Future Teachers Club 3; F.H.A. 2, Vice-President 3.
COX, JOHN MAC H.R. Officer 1,2.
COX, JUDITH SUZANNE
French Club 1,3; H.R. Officer 1,2.
COX, SAMMIE RAY
H.R. Officer 1,3; Bus Drivers Club 2,3.
CRAWFORD, JOHNNY EDWIN JR.
Track 2; Block A Club 2,3; D.E. Club, Pres. 3; Cabinet 3. CREED, LONNIE VICTOR
F.F.A. Club 2,3; D.E. Club 3.
CROSBY, MILDRED ANGELA
F.H.A. 1,2; H.R. Officer 1,2,3; Future Teachers Club 2,3; May Day Attendant 2; Future Secretaries Club 2,3; Student Council 3; Betty Crocker Homemaker Aword.
CROSSON, ROBERT JOHN JR.
National Honor Society 3; Merit Finalist.
CUSHMAN, FRANKLIN LEE
F.F.A. 1,2,3; Bus Drivers Club, Vice-Pres. 3, Reporter 3. DAHLEN, BURTON LEIGH
Marching Band 1,2,3; Symphonic Band 1,2,3; Pep Band 1,2,3; 1st Place American Legion Essay Contest 1; Bond Staff, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3; H.R. Officer 1,2,3; X-Ponents Club 1,2; Science Club 1,2,3; Track 2; National Merit Commendation 3; Soccer 3; Cabinet 3.
DAILEY, JUDITH FAYE
Dramoteers 1; H.R. Officer 1,2,3; Quill ond Scroll 1,2,3; Notional Honor Society 2, Treas. 3; Student Director Junior Ploy; French Club 2, Pres. 3; Homecoming Sponsor 2, Future Teachers Club, Officer 3; Office Assistant 3; Notionol Merit Commendation; May Day Attendant; Production Manager, Senior Play.
DAVIDSON, PHYLLIS ANN
Honors at Union High School, Union, S. Car.; Dramateers 3; Future Teachers Club 3; Future Secretaries Club 3.
DAY, CECIL RAY F.F.A. 2,3.
DENTON, CECIL RAY
Football 1,2,3; H.R. Officer 2; Block A Club 3.
DESSAUER, LESLIE ELIZABETH
Hornet Staff 1,2,3; Art Club 1,2; Library Club 1; National Honor Society 2,3; Quill and Scroll 2,3; Co-Editor of Teen Times 3; German Club, Treas. 2, Vice-Pres. 3; H.R. Officer 2; Senior Play.
DRAWDY, BRENDA EVELYN
F.H.A. 1,3; H.R. Officer 1; Canteen Staff 2,3; Future Secretaries Club 3.
DYER, RONALD CLIFFORD
JV Footboll 1; Art Club 1; Science Club 1,2; H.R. Officer 2; Folksinging Club Pres. 3.
EBENHACK, DAVID GRAGG
Soccer 1,2,3, Block A Club 1,2,3; French Club Vice-Pres. 1; H.R. Officer 1,3; Student Council 1; Treasurer of Junior Class; Science Club 3; Beta Club, Treas. 3.
EDWARDS, JEANENE MARIE
Chorus 1,2; Future Teachers Club 3; F.H.A. 3; Art Club 3.
EDWARDS, JERRY LEE
Football 1,2; Track 1,2,3.
ELLETT, JAMES WILEY
H.R. Officer 1,2; Science Club 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2; Quill and Scroll Club 1,2,3; Boys' State 2; National Honor Society 2, President 3; Soccer 2,3; Merit Finalist; Senior Superlative; Cabinet 3.
ELLIS, VICKEY JOUNE
Honors at Edgefield High School, Edgefield, S. Corolina.
EUBANKS, EDWIN BURMA
EUBANKS, MARGIE LYNN
H.R. Officer 1; Future Teachers Club 1,2; Future Secretaries Club 2,3.
FABRICK, DAN MAINLAND
Science Club 1,2; H.R. Officer 2; Bus Drivers Club 3; National Merit Commendation.
FELDER, RICHARD LEWIS
Audio-Visual Club 1; Canteen Stoff 1,2,3; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Football Manager 2,3; Track Manager 2,3; Block A Club 2,3; T I Club 3.
FENNINGER, RANDOLPH BOURNE, JR.
H.R. Officer 1,3; Soccer 1,2,3; French Club 2,3; Science Club 2,3; Boys' State 2; Hornet Staff 3; Beta Club 3; Merit Finalist; Student Rotarion; Folksinging Club 3; Quill and Scroll, Pres. 3; Editor of "Pine Needles."
FERRITER, DAVID MICHAEL Bus Drivers Club 3.
FLETCHER, JONATHAN STURTEVANT
Marching Band 1,2,3; Synphonic Bond 1,2,3; Pep Band 1,2,3; Band Staff 1, Manager 2, Student Conductor 3; Soccer 2,3; X-Ponents Club 2; H.R. Officer 2,3; Beta Club 3; Bus Drivers Club 3; Folksinging Club 3; Block A Club 3; Student Council 3.
FLOYD, MARTHA ELIZABETH
Student Council 1,2; Chorus 2; Future Secretaries Club 3; F.H.A. 3.
FORD, JAMES BERKELY
Canteen Staff 1,2,3; Audio-Visual Club 1,2; Bus Drivers Club 3; T ond I Club 3.
FOREMAN, MARGARET JEANETTE
French Club 1, Trees. 2,3; Dramateers 1; H.R. Officer 2,3; Junior-Senior Steering Committee; X-Ponents Club 2; Quill ond Scroll 3; National Honor Society 3; Office Assistant 3; Homecoming Sponsor 3; Senior Ploy; Teen Times Staff.
FREAR, WILMOT DALE
Library Club 2,3; Student Council 3; Future Teachers Club 3.
FREEMAN, BETTY ANN
F.H.A. 1,2, Sec. 3; Art Club 3; Future Secretaries Club 3; Future Teachers Club 3.
FRENCH, JOHN MICHAEL Science Club 2,3.
GADDY, NANCY LOUISE
Future Nurses Club 1; X-Ponents 2,3; French Club 2; Student Council 2; Stage Manager Junior Play; Science Club 2; Quill and Scroll 3; H.R. Officer 3; National Honor Society 3; National Merit Finalist; Dramoteers 3.
GASSETT, BARBARA ANN
Library Club, Program Chairman 3; Future Secretaries Club 3; Future Teachers Club 3.
GIBSON, JAMES THOMAS
Track 1,2,3; Art Club 3, Dramateers 3.
GOODWIN, EMILY JANET
Canteen Staff 1, F.H.A. 1,3; Future Secretaries 3.
161GOODWIN, LYNN ELLEN
H.R. Officer 1,2,3; Future Nurses Club 1; Student Council 1; French Club 2; Senior Play; Moy Doy Attendant.
GOSSETT, JOEL BLAINE
H.R. Officer 1; Bus Drivers Club 3; F.F.A. 2; T I Club, Secretory 3; Track 3.
GRACE, TIMOTHY CHARLES
Football 1,2,3; Boseboll 1,2; H.R. Officer 1; Block A Club 2,3. GRAHAM, CHARLES MELVIN
JV Football 1; T I Club 3.
GRAVES, BETTY GRAY, JACK KELLY, JR.
F.F.A. 1,2, Vice-Pres. 3; Bus Drivers Club 2,3.
GREEN, JUDITH ANN
Basketboll 1,2,3; Dramateers 1; Student Council 1,2,3; H.R. Officer 1,3; Future Secretaries Club 2,3; Office Assistant; Cheerleader 3; Maid of Honor.
GREGORY, EARL KEEL
F.F.A. 1,2,3; Bus Drivers Club 2.
GREGORY, JOHN DEMETRIUS
Football 1,2, Co-Captain 3; Student Council 1, Vice-Pres. 2; Pres. 3; Golf 1; Track 2,3; Junior-Senior Steering Committee; Cabinet 2,3; Block A Club 2,3; Beta Club 3; King Teen 3; Senior Superlative; Student Rotarion.
GRIFFIN, JAMES WILLIAM Soccer Manager 1.
GRIFFIN, RUBY DOLORES
H.R. Officer 1; Future Teachers Club 2; Chorus 2; Future Secretaries Club 3; Dromateers 3.
GUINN, CHARLES RONALD
GUNTER, LILLIAN CORDELE
F.H.A. 1; Library Club 2, Pres. 3, Canteen Staff 2,3. HADDEN, ROBERT ELLIS
F.F.A. 1,2,3; Bus Drivers Club 3.
HALFORD, EUGENE STAFFORD
JV Footboll 1; H.R. Officer 1; Student Council 2.
HAMMACK, SHARRILYN YVETTE
F.H.A. 1,3; Chorus 1,2,3; Future Secretaries 3.
HAMRICK, CYNTHIA SUSANNE
Student Council 1; Basketball 1,2; Les Novices 1; Future Teachers Club 2, Vice-Pres Historian 3; Future Nurses 2,3; X-Ponents Club 2,3; Dramateers, Pres. 3; Quill and Scroll 3; Block A Club 3; H.R. Officer 3; Art Club 3. HARLEY, SHARON ROSE
Future Secretaries 2; F.H.A. 2; Dromateers 3; Future Teachers 3; Library Club 3.
HARMSTAD, ROBERT MALCOLM
Science Club 1,2,3; Soccer 1,2,3; Audio-Visuol Club 2; Tennis 2,3, French Club 2; Bus Drivers Club 3; Block A Club 3; Student Council 3.
HART, BRUCE PATRICK
H. R. Officer 1, Student Council 1; Chorus 1,2; Cheerleader 1; Junior Ploy; Block A Club 2,3; Soccer 3; Science Club 3. HAY, WILLIAM ALAN
Basketball 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2; Member-at-Large 3; H.R. Officer 1; Footboll 1; Block A Club 2,3; Bus Drivers Club 3, Science Club 3, Senior Superlative; Beta Club 3.
HEATH, HUGER, JR.
Honors at Corlisle Military School, Bamberg, S. Cor.
HEATH, REDMOND QUINTON
F.F.A. 1,2; Bus Drivers Club 1,2,3.
HEDRICK, JEAN ABEE
Basketboll 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2; Band 1; Cheerleader 2, Head Cheerleader 3; Miss Junior; Moy Day Attendant 2; H.R. Officer 2,3; Junior Ploy; Sec. of Junior Class; Block A Club 2, Sec. 3; Beta Club 3; Football Sponsor 3; Sec. of Senior Class; Senior Superlative; French Club 3. HENDERSON, BETTY JEAN
Honors at Longley-Both-Clearwater High School
HENDERSON, GEORGE ALBERT F.F.A. 1,2,3.
HENDRIX, IRENE JANIS
F.H.A 1,2,3, Canteen Staff 2,3; Future Secretaries Club 3.
HENSLEY, WELDON CECIL, JR.
Football 1,2; Audio-Visuol Club 1; H.R. Officer 2; Science Club 2,3.
Junior Play, Quill and Scroll 2,3; German Club 2, Treas. 3; French Club 2,3; H.R. Officer 2; Junior-Senior Steering committee; Hornet Staff 3; Folksinging Club, Sec. Treos. 3; National Honor Society 3; Teen Times Stoff 3.
HERRON, HEBER TRUMAN HIGGENBOTTOM, DEBBIE ROSE
F.H.A. 1,2,3; Future Teachers Club 3.
HITCHMAN, JOSEPH MICHAEL
Student Council 1; Junior Play; Science Club 2,3; Bus Drivers Club 2,3; H.R. Officer 3; Senior Play; German Club, Pres. 3; Cafeterio Stoff 3; Cabinet 3.
HODGES, VICKIE ESTELLE
Art Club 2; Les Novices 2; Les Frelons Verts 3; Future Secretaries Club 3; National Honor Society 3; H.R. Officer 3. HOGAN, DANIEL JASPER III
JV Football 1, H.R, Officer 2,3; Baseball Manager 2; Student Council 3; Baseball 3.
F.H.A. 1,2,3; Future Teachers Club 3; Art Club 3. HOLTZENDORFF, TIMOTHY LEE
Honors at Orangeburg High School, Orangeburg, S. Carolina 1,2; Marching Band 3; Concert Bond 3; Pep Band 3. HUDSON, LINDA LOU
Chorus 1,3; Future Secretaries 2; F.H.A. 2,3; Future Teachers Club 3; Dramateers 3; D.E. Club.
HUNTER, JOHN MORTON JR.
Basketball 1,2,3; H.R. Officer 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2,3; Quill and Scoll 1,2,3; French Club 1,2; Audio-Visuol Club 1; Track 2; Science Club 2, Treos. 3; Alternate for Boys' State 2; X-Ponents Club 2; National Merit Commendation; Student Rotorian; Tennis 3.
HYDRICK, DENNIS FRANKLIN
President of Freshman Class, Cabinet 1; Student Council 1,2; Les Novices, 1; H.R. Officer 1,2; Canteen Staff 3; Senior Play; Dromateers 3.
INGRAM, CYNTHIA ELLEN
Student Council 2,3; Future Nurses Club 2,3; French Club 2,3; Dramateers 3; Future Teachers 3; Moy Day Attendant; H.R. Officer 3; Senior Play.
JACKSON, CHARLOTTE ANN
Dramateers 1,2,3; H.R. Officer 1; Student Council 2; F.H.A. 2,3.
JEANCAKE, NICHOLAS GEORGE
Football 1,2,3; H.R, Officer 1; Block A Club 1,2,3; Junior Class President; Senior Closs President; Baseball 2; Cabinet 2,3; Beta Club 3; Student Rotarion; Senior Superlative. JOHNSON, GLORIA JEAN
Future Nurses Club 2; F.H.A. 2.
JOHNSON, JAMES PHILIP
Student Council 1,2; Science Club 1,2,3; H.R. Officer 1; X-Ponents Club 2,3; German Club 3.
JOHNSON, PAMELA NORTHE
Student Council 1,2; French Club 1; H.R. Officer 2; Phto-graphy Club, Sec. 3; Folksinging Club 3; Future Teachers Club 3; Office Assistant 3.
Honors at Hattiesburg High School, Hattiesburg, Miss.; Junior Ploy; Dramoteers 2; Notional Science Foundation Summer Program in 1963; Nationol Merit Commendation; Science Club 3; Folksinging Club 3; Senior Play; National Honor Society 3.
JOHNSTON, ROBERT LECHE
H.R Officer 1; Vice-Pres. of Freshman Class French Club 1, 2; Basketball 1,2,3, Boseboll 1,2,3; Student Council, Treos. 1, 2; Cabinet 2,3; Block A Club 2,3; Quill and Scroll 2; National Honor Society 2,3; Senior Superlative; Student Rotorian; Beta Club, Pres. 3.
JONES, JOHN DARGAN III
Bus Driver Club 1,2,3; Science Club 1; H R. Officer 1; X-Ponents Club 2.
JONES, LINDA ELIZABETH
F.H.A. 1,2,3; Canteen Staff 3; H R. Officer 3.
162JORDAN, RICHARD EDGAR
F.F.A. 2,3; T I Club 3; Bus Drivers Club 3.
JOSEPH, CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH
Marching Band 1,2,3; Symphonic Band 1,2.
KEITH, LORETTA CAROL
Honors at Strom Thurmond High School, Edgefield, S. Cor.; F.H.A. 3; H R. Officer 3.
KIDD, BRENDA SUE
Future Secretaries Club 2; F.H.A. 3; Chorus 3.
KUNEMAN, CHRISTOPHER THOMAS
Baseboll Manager 1; Canteen Staff 1; Bus Drivers Club 2,3; H.R. Officer 2.
LANGDALE, JOSEPH WILLIAM
Football 1,2; T I Club Sec. 3.
LAWRENCE, GEORGE NELSON
Science Club 1,2,3; Track 1,2; Soccer 2,3; National Honor Society, Vice-Pres. 3; Student Council 3; Merit Finalist; X-Ponents 3; Notional Honor Society Scholarship Semifialist. LEAPHART, MARINA
LEE, PATRICIA ANNA
F.H.A. 2,2,3; Chorus 1; Dramateers 2; Future Teachers Club 3; Future Secretaries Club 3; Canteen Staff 3.
LEINART, JAMES WILLIAM, JR.
Track 1, Soccer 1,2; Science Club 2; Folksinging Club 3; Tropical Fish Club 3.
LINDOW, DAVID KERMIT
National Honor Society 2,3; Quill ond Scroll 2,3; X-Ponents Club 2,3; Soccer 2,3; Le Cercle Francois 2,3; Science Club 2,3; Senior Ploy; Hornet Staff 3; Furman Scholar.
LOCKEY, FRED GUION, JR
Baseboll 1,2; H.R. Officer 1,3; Future Teachers Club 3. LOCKHART, JAMES KELLY
Student Council 1; Hornet Stoff 1,2; Basketball 1,2; French Club 1; Science Club 1; H.R. Officer 1,2; Bus Drivers Club 2,3, Boys' State 2; Block A Club 2,3; Soccer 3; Student Rotorian; National Merit Commendation; Beta Club 3.
LOVE, TONY MICHAEL
Football 1,2; Baseball 1; H.R. Officer 1,2,3; Block A Club 2,3; Student Council 3; Cabinet 3.
LOWE, DONNA JEANNE
Future Teachers Club 2, Treos. 3; Canteen Staff 3.
LOWE, LINDA LEE
Student Council 1; H R. Officer 1,2,3; Future Secretaries Club 2, Treos. 3; Dramateers 2,3.
LYBRAND, BRENDA LORIS
F.H.A. 3; Future Secretaries Club 3; Art Club 3; Future Teachers Club 3.
MACKLEN, ANNA LOUISE
Student Council 1,2; H.R. Officer 1,2,3; May Day Attendant 1,3; Dramaters Officer 1,3; Future Teachers Club 3; Future Secretaries Club 3; Office Assistant 3.
MANGUM, PHYLLIS ANN F.H.A. 1,2, Chorus 1,3.
MARONEY, JOHN PRESTON, JR.
H.R. Officer 1,2; Student Council 1,2; Member-ot-Large 3; Football 1,2,3; Block A Club 2,3; Track 2; Beta Club 3; Baseball 3.
MARTIN, JOHN FRASER, JR.
H.R. Officer 1,2,3; Science Club 3; Art Club 3; Senior Superlative; Track 3.
MAURICE, SHARON FOWLER
French Club 1; Vice-Pres. 2; Treos. 3; Art Club 2; H. R. Officer 2,3; Junior-Senior Steering Committee; Nafionol Honor Society, Sec. 3; Future Teachers Club 3; Office Assistant; X-Ponents Club 3.
MAURICE, STEWART DURAND
H.R. Officer 2; Soccer 2; French Club 3.
MAYES, DAVID WADE
H.R. Officer 1; JV Football 1; Bosketboll 1; Baseball 1,2; Soccer 2,3; Vice-Pres Junior Closs; Beta Club 3; Block A Club 3; Senior Superlative; Student Rotorian; Student Council 3; Vice-Pres. Senior Class.
McCOY. LARRY MONROE
H.R. Officer 1,2; Football 1,2,3; Track 2; Block A Club 2,3; Student Council 3; Baseball 3.
McDonald, sharyn lynn
Art Club 1,2,3; Folksinging Club 3; Hornet Art Editor 3.
McFarland, sandra ellen
H.R. Officer 1,2,3; Future Nurses Club 1; Future Secretaries Club 2,3; Future Teachers Club 3; Office Assistant. McKANE, ANN ELIZABETH
Honors at St. Angela Academy, Aiken, S. Cor 1; Art Club
2, Vice Pres. 3; French Club 2; Nationol Honor Society 2,3; Junior-Senior Steering Committee; Dramoteers 3; X-Ponents 3;
H. R. Officer 3.
McKinney, katherine ann
Library Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2,3; H.R. Officer 1,2; Chorus 1,2; Future Secretaries Club 2,3; Office Assistant 3; Bus Drivers Club 3.
McMAHON, PATRICIA ANNE
F.H.A. 1,3; Chorus 1; Future Secretaries Club 2; D.E. Club 3. McMICHAEL, JOHN CHARLES, JR.
JV Football 1; Science Club 2,3; Photography Club 3. McMillan, paula
May Day Attendant 1; Student Council 1; French Club 1,3; H R. Officer 2; Future Teachers Club 2,3; Football Sponsor 3; Office Assistant.
McNAIR, MYRA ANN
Future Nurses Club, Sec. 2; Sec. Pres. 3; Art Club 3; Dramoteers 3, Future Teochers Club 3; Cabinet 3; X-Ponents
Honors at Severn High School, Baltimore, Morylond 1; Science Club 2; X-Ponents Club 2; Future Teachers Club 2; H.R. Officer 3.
MESSICK, JOSEPH WILLIAM
H R. Officer 2,3; Basketball 2,3; Boseboll 2,3.
MILLER, ELWOOD THOMAS
JV Football 1; JV Basketball 1; Boseboll 1,2; H R. Officer
I, 3; Football 2; Soccer 2, 3; Block A Club 2,3; Furman Scholar; Nationol Honor Society 3; Cofeteria Staff 3; Nationol Merit Finalist; Beta Club 3.
MILNER, GEORGE ASHFORD III
H.R. Officer 1,2,3; Block A Club 1,2,3; Soccer 1,2; Bus Drivers Club 2.
MITCHELL, NICKI MARIE
Honors ot St. Angela Academy, Aiken, S. Cor. 1; Future Teachers Club 3; Art Club 3; H.R. Officer 3.
MOATES, MARSH LEE
H. R. Officer 2; Future Teachers Club 3.
MOBLEY, WILLIAM CHAFEE
Golf Team 1,2,3; Bosketboll 1; H.R. Officer 1,2; Student Council 2.
MOODY, DOUGLAS FOSTER
Student Council 1; H R. Officer 2; Science Club 2.
MOORE, NANCY JANICE
French Club 1,2,3; Future Nurses Club 1; Quill and Scroll
I, 2; Vice-Pres. 3; 1st Place American Legion Essay Contest 1; Art Club 1; Student Council 2,3; Majorette 2; Head Drum Majorette 3; Nationol Honor Society 3; Beta Club 3; Hornet Stoff 3: Band Staff 3; Senior Superlative; H R. Officer 3; May Day Attendant 3.
MORTON, THEODORE WARREN
Audio-Visual Club 1; F.F A. 1; H.R. Officer 1; T I Club
MOSELEY, FRANK DAVID MOYER, NANCY INEZ
Future Secretaries Club 2, Vice-Pres. 3.
MURPHY, DANIEL JOSEPH
JV Football 1, Track Manoger 1; Science Club 2; X-Ponents Club 2; French Club 3; Tropical Fish Club 3.
MURRILL, EDWARD FONDlE Science Club 3, Art Club 3.
Future Teachers Club 3.
NELSON, KATHLEEN ANNE Art Club, Pres. 3.
NEWTON, MARGARET EDDIE
Library Club 1,2,3, Sociol Choirrpon; French Club 1,3; Future Teachers Club 2,3; Art Club 3.
163NUNN, MARJORIE DIANNE
Chorus 1,2,3; H R. Officer 1.
NUZUM. JOHN RICHARD
X-Ponents Club 1,2,3; Science Club 2,3; H.R. Officer 2; Tropicol Fish Club 3.
OPPERMANN, CARL EDWARD Wrestling 1; Track 3.
O'REAR, ROBERT STEPHEN
H R. Officer 1,3; Soccer 1; Science Club 1,2,3; Tennis 3; Bus Drivers Club 3.
PADGETT, MICHAEL ALONZO
JV Footboll 1; Baseball 1,3, H R. Officer 1,2,3; F.F.A. 1,2; Football 2,3; Block A Club 2,3; D. E. Club 3.
PARRISH, CAROL TREJEAN
French Club, Sec. 1; Library Club 1; Future Secretaries Club 2; Chorus 2; D.E. Club Sec. 3.
PATTERSON, ROBERT MAURICE
Science Club 1,2,3; French Club 1,2; Marching Bond 1,2,3; Symphonic Band 1,2,3; Pep Band 1,2,3; X-Ponents Club 2,3; National Honor Society 3; National Merit Commendotion; Soccer 3.
PEARSON, BILLIE CATHERINE
Student Council 1,2; H.R. Officer 1,2,3; Band 1,2; May Day Attendant 1; Future Nurses Club 2,3; French Club 2,3; National Honor Society 3; Furman Scholor; Nationol Merit Finalist; Office Assistant; Future Teachers Club 3.
PEARSON, LEO LEONARD III
Student Council 1; H.R. Officer 2; Boseboll 2,3; Science Club 3; Chorus 3; Senior Play.
PERMAR, MARGARET LYNN
French Club 2; Science Club 2; Notional Honor Society 2,3; Hornet Staff 2; Editor 3; Quill and Scroll 2,3; Beta Club 3; Cabinet 3; Student Council 3.
PHILLIPS, RONNIE DALE Chorus 3.
PLUMLEY, LOUISE ELIZABETH
Chorus 1,2; Future Secretaries 2,3.
POPE, WENDY LYNN
Student Council 1,3; French Club 1; Basketball 1; H.R. Officer 1,2; National Honor Society 2,3; Future Secretaries Club 2, Pres. 3; Senior Superlative; Cabinet 3; Beta Club 3. PRICE, BILLY NEAL
JV Footboll 1; Science Club 3.
PROFFITT, ROY HOMER QUARLES, WENDY L.
Future Nurses Club 1; F.H.A. 1.
QUINN, LEELLEN VIRGINIA
H.R. Officer 1,2; French Club 1,3; May Day Attendant 1; Dramoteers 2,3; Future Teochers Club 2; Future Nurses Club 3; Folksinging Club 3; Senior Superlative.
RABORN, GLENN ROSSER
T I Club 2,3; F.F.A. 2,3.
RADFORD, SANDRA LEE
H.R. Officer 1,2; May Day Attendant 1; French Club 1,2,3; Dramoteers 1; Germon Club 2,3; Junior-Senior Steering Committee; Student Council 3; Cabinet 3; Hornet Staff 3; Notional Honor Society 3.
RANEY, MEREDITH TROTTER, JR.
Science Club 1,2,3; French Club 2,3; Soccer 2; Junior Play; Tracks 3; Tropicol Fish Club Sec. 3; Cafeteria Staff 3.
RAY, CORNELIA CLAIBORNE
Quill ond Scroll 1,2,3; Marching Band 1,2,3; Symphonic Bond 1,2,3; All-State Band 1,3; Band Staff 2; Sec Treas. 3; Dramoteers 1; Junior Play; German Club 2,3; National Honor Society 2,3; H.R. Officer 2; 1st prize Quill and Scroll Literary Contest in Poety 2; 1st place in State French Comprehension Contest 2; Co-Editor Teen Times; Senior Play; National Merit Finolist; Notional Honor Society Scholarship Semifinalist. REARDEN, ROY EMORY
Football Manager 1,2,3; Basketball manager 1,2; Canteen Stoff 1,2; Beta Club 3.
REDD GLENN ALFORD
F.F.A. 1,2; T I Club 2; Pres. 3; Bus Drivers Club 2; Canteen Stoff 2.
REDD, RALPH GEORGE
F F A. 1,2,3; Bus Drivers Club 2.
RICHARDSON, CALVIN THOMAS Cofeterio Staff 3; H.R. Officer 3.
RICHARDSON, CAROLYN JEANNETTE
Future Nurses Club 1; Library Club 2,3; Future Secretaries Club 2.
RICHARDSON, CHARLES RAYMOND Canteen Stoff 2.
RICHARDSON, NORMA JEAN
Honors at Eau Claire High School, Columbia, S. Car., 1. RIDENOUR, RONNIE GENE Track 3.
RIVENBARK, JERALDINE SUE
Student Council 1,2, Sec. 3; H.R. Officer 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Moy Day Attendant 1,2; Homecoming Sponsor 1,3; French Club 1,2,3; Art Club 1,2,3; Block A Club 1,2,3; Cheerleader
2, Co-Captoin 3; Beto Club 3; Senior Play; Senior Superlative; Cabinet 3; May Queen 3.
ROBBINS, CLAUDE CARROLL, JR.
ROBINSON, DALE CHARLES
Baseball 1,2,3; H.R. Officer 1,2,3; Block A Club 2,3; Bus Drivers Club 3.
ROE, WYNEZ ELIZABETH Future Teachers Club 3.
F.H.A. 1,2; H.R. Officer 1,3; Chorus 2; D.E. Club 3.
ROWLAND, DOUGLAS EVERETT
Audio-Visual Club 3; Science Club 3; Folksinging Club 3. ROYAL, GLORIA CELESTE
H.R. Officer 1,3; Chorus 1,2,3; May Day Attendant 1,2; Dramoteers 1; Future Teochers Club 2.
RUDDER, ROBERT REESE
Bus Drivers Club 3; F.F.A. 3; T I Club 3.
RUSSELL, LARRY WILLIAM
Band 1,2; Track 1; X-Ponents Club 2; Science Club 2; Bus Drivers Club 2,3.
RUSSELL, RICHARD THOMAS
Bus Drivers Club 1,2,3; F.F.A. 1,2,3. T. I 3.
RUTLEDGE, BRENDA JOYCE
F.H.A. 1,2,3; Future Secretaries Club 3; Future Teachers Club 3.
SAUNDERSON, LESLIE MARY
French Club 1; Future Teochers Club 3; F.H.A. 3.
SCOTT, ROY ELAINE SEIERSEN, MELODY K.
Dramoteers 1,3; Pep Bond 1,2; Librarian 3; H.R. Officer 2; Junior-Senior Steering Committee; Art Club 2; Future Teachers Club 2,3; X-Ponents Club 2; Girls Trock 2; Folksinging Club
SEIGLER, ELEANOR LOR IE
Future Secretaries Club 2.
SEIGLER, MELVIN EUGENE
F.F.A 1,2,3; H.R Officer 1; D.E. Club 2; Bus Drivers Club 2; Chorus 2; T I Club 3.
SETZER, BARBARA ALLEN
Honors Batesburg-Leesville High School, Batesburg, S. Car. 1; honors ot Canton High School, Canton, North Corolina 2; Future Nurses Club 3.
SHATLOCK, MARY ALICE
Chorus 1; F.H.A. 2; Future Teachers Club 3; Future Secretaries Club 3.
SHAW, NANCY BYRON
H.R. Officer 1,3; Future Nurses, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres Treas. 3, Art Club 3; Cobinet 3.
SHEARS, ROY FRANKLIN, JR.
H.R Officer 1; Science Club 3; Art Club 3; Canteen Staff 3; Student Council 3.
SIMS, LINDA RAE
F.H.A. 2,3; Art Club 2.
SKIDMORE, JAMES ALLEN SMILEY, LYDIA RUFFNER
Student Council 1; Art Club 1, Treos. 2, Pres. Treas. 3; M R. Officer 2,3; Dramoteers, Treas. 3.
SMOOT, ANNETTE HAMMOND
Student Council 2; Future Teachers Club 2; French Club 2,3; Dramoteers 3; Art Club 3.
164SNIPES, LOLA KAY F.H.A. 2.
SNIPES, MARY LOUISE
SPIRES, SANDRA REBECCA
Chorus 1; Dromoteers 1; Future Secretories Club 2; F.H.A. 3.
STARK, GREGORY JAY
Science Club 3; French Club H.R. Officer 3; Student Council 3.
STARNES, GLORIA ALLYSON
H.R. Officer 2,3; Future Teachers Club 3; Art Club 3; F.H.A.
STEELE, LYNN GAY D.E. Club 3.
STEVENS, HENRY HUTCHINSON
Marching Band 1,2,3, Symphonic Band 1,2,3; National Science Foundation Summer Program 1,2; Pep Band 2,3; X-Ponents Club 2; 4th place Regional Science Fair 2; National Honor Society 2,3; Bus Drivers Club 3; Folksinging Club, Pres. V. Pres. 3; Cabinet 3; Merit Finolist.
STEVENS, REBECCA RUTH
Student Council 1,3; Dramateers 1, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3; H.R. Officer 1,2,3; Quill ond Scroll 2,3; Future Secretaries Club 2, Vice-Pres. 3; Scorekeeper Girls' Bosketball 2,3; Chorus 2; Cabinet 3; Block A Club 3; Moy Day Attendant 3.
St. JOHN, CHERYL LYNN
Honors at Lutcher Stork High School. Orange, Texas, 1; Moy Doy Attendant 2; French Club 2; Future Teachers Club, Pres. Treos. 3; Cheerleader 3; Science Club, Sec. 3; Senior Superlative; Cabinet 3; Block A Club 3; Dromoteers 3; H.R. Officer 3; Homecoming Queen; X-Ponents 3; Beta Club 3; Student Council 3.
ST. JOHN, MARY LOU
H.R. Officer 1,2,3; Chorus 1; Dromoteers 2,3; Future Teachers Club 2; Art Club Sec. 3; French Club 3.
STOKES, CLAUDE FARMER
Student Council 1,2,3; Quill and Scroll 1,2,3; Golf 1,2,3; Treos. Freshman Class; Cabinet 1,3; Block A Club 1,2,3; Junior Ploy; Junior-Senior Steering Committee; Senior Play; Hornet Staff 3; Senior Superlative; Treos. Senior Class; Beta Club 3.
STOKES, MARY CATHERINE F.H.A. 3.
STONE, BETTY JEAN
Honors at Academy of Richmond County, Augusta, Go., 1; Chorus 2.
STRICKLAND, GLORIA KAY
Marching Band 1,2,3; Symphonic Bond 1,2; Pep Band 2,3; Future Nurses Club 2.
TALLMAN, HAROLD BRADLY
Track 1,2; Golf 3; Science Club 3.
TAYLOR, HELEN EMMALINE
H R. Officer 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1; French Club 2.
TAYLOR, JOHN CHARLES F.F.A. 1,2,3.
TAYLOR, SUSAN MILLICENT
Hornet Staff 1,2,3; Art Club 1,2; Science Club 1, Sec. 2; Dramateers 1; Quill and Scroll 2,3; German Club 2,3; French Club 2; Junior-Senior Steering Committee; Notional Honor Society 3.
THOMPSON, SUSAN LYNN
H.R. Officer 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Dramateers 1,2,3; Chorus 2; Future Secretories Club 2,3; May Doy Attendant 2; Senior Superlative; Student Council 3.
THOMPSON, WILLIAM ALDEN
Football 1,2,3; Block A Club 1,2,3; Track 1,3; Student Council 2; Art Editor "Pine Needles" 3, Art Club 3; Senior Superlative. TRAUGHBER, DADRE DEANNE
H.R. Officer 1; Marching Band 1,2; Symphonic Band 1,2; French Club 1,2; Science Club 2,3; Art Club 3; Future Teachers Club 3; Dramateers 3; Folksinging Club 3.
TULLIS, LINDA ELAINE Library Club 2,3.
TURNER, TRECIA FAYE
Bosketball 1; Dramateers 2,3; H.R. Officer 2; May Day Attendant 2; Future Teachers Club 3.
VISCONTE, RICHARD MURRAY, JR.
WALDROP, SANDRA CAROLE
Student Council 2; Future Secretaries 2,3; Office Assistant 3;
H. R. Officer 3.
WALLACE, CLYDE CLINTON
Bus Drivers Club 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Block A Club 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3; Baseball 1; Track 2.
WALTERS, FRANCIS MYRLE
F.H.A. 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2; H.R. Officer 1,2,3; Bus Drivers Club 2,3; Future Secretories Club 2, Pres. Trees. 3; Homecoming Sponsor 3; May Doy Attendant 3.
WARREN, FREDERICK ELLSWORTH, Jr.
WARREN, SANDRA KAY
Honors at Batesburg-Leesville High School, Batesburg, S. Car.
I, 2; Future Teachers Club 3.
WATERS, VIRGINIA LEE
Library Club 1; H.R. Officer 1,3; French Club 1,2; X-Ponents Sec. Treas. 2,3; Quill ond Scroll 2; Sec. 3; National Honor Society 2,3; Miss D.A.R.; Senior Ploy; Girls State Representative 2; Beta Club 3.
WATKINS, BILLY HUE
F.F.A. 1,2,3; T I Club 2, Vice-Pres. 3; Bus Drivers Club 2, Sec. Treas. 3.
WATSON, CHERYL DIANNE
Band 1,2,3; H.R. Officer 1; Art Club 3; Dromoteers 3; Future Teachers Club 3.
WEEKS, EUGENE WATERS T I Club 2.
WEHLER, LAUREL ANDREA
French Club, Pres. 1, H.R. Officer 1; X-Ponents 2, Vice-Pres. 3; Beto Club 3; Future Teochers, Pres 3; Student Director, Senior Play.
WEST, ELAINE ADA
Dramateers 1; Science Club 1,2,3; French Club 1,2,3; H.R. Officer 1,3; Quill and Scroll 1,2,3; Notional Honor Society 2,3; X-Ponents 3; Photography Club 3; National Merit Finolist; Folksinging Club 3; Library Club 3.
WESTBROOK, GARY GRAFTON
F.F.A. 1,3; Bus Drivers Club 2,3.
WHITFIELD, FARRELL ESCO
Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Football 1; Student Council 1,2,3; H.R. Officer 1,2; Block A Club 2; Pres. 3; Bus Drivers Club 3; Beta Club 3; Senior Superlative.
WHITTLE, GEORGE EDWARD WIDENER, DONNA MARIE
Conteen Staff 3; F.H.A. 3.
WILKIE, SARAH KATHLEEN
Future Nurses Club 2,3; Art Club 2,3.
WILLIAMS, DORIS ANNE
Honors at Arundel High School, Gambrills, Maryland 1,2; Homecoming Sponsor 3.
WILLIAMSON, MARY DEAN
Student Council 1; Dramateers 1; French Club 1,2,3; Science Club 1,2,3; German Club 2,3; National Science Foundation Summer Program 2.
WILSON, CLYDE EDWARD
Bus Drivers Club 1,2; T I Club 3; D. E. Club 3.
WOLF, SHEILA KAY
Block A Club 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2,3; H.R. Officer 1,2,3; Bosketball 1, Capt 2, Copt 3; Dromoteers 1,2; May Day Attendant 1,2,3; Future Secretaries 2; Junior Ploy; Cheerleader 3; Homecoming Sponsor 3; Miss Senior.
WOODHEAD, GRACE LILLIAN
H.R. Officer 1,2; French Club 1, Sec. 2, Treos. 3; Dramateers 1; X-Ponents, Vice-Pres. 2; German Club, Treas. 2,3; National Honor Society 2,3; Hornet Business bAonagcr 3; Furman Scholar; Student Council 3, Notional Merit Finalist; Senior Superlative, Future Teachers Club 3; Quill and Scroll 3.
WRIGHT, JOHN DARWIN
Honors at Fayetteville High School, Fayetteville, N. Car. 1; T I Club 2,3.
WYATT, JOE DANIEL
Baseball 1,2,3; Bosketball 1,2,3; Football 1; H.R. Officer 1,3; T I Club 1,2,3; Block A Club 1,2,3; Bus Drivers Club 2,3.
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Aiken, South Carolina
171SINCE 1834 THE BANK FOR EVERYONE
South Carolina National
COWARD SEED CO., INC.
SEEDS - FEEDS INSECTICIDES
POULTRY SUPPLIES FERTILIZERS
914 Park Ave., S.E., Aiken, S. C.
LYON - CROFT-WEEKS
REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE AUTO LOANS
220 Richland Avenue
Phone 64-8301 Aiken, S. C.
ENGINEERS — SURVEYORS Aiken, South Carolina
HOBBY HOUSE MARINE
Phone 649-2742 1032 Whiskey Road AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
172JULIA'S DRESS SHOP
AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
"Everything for the Office"
School and Drawing Supplies Complete Book Deportment
115 Laurens Street, N.W. Aiken, South Carolina
WOODRUFF REXALL DRUG STORE
"Reliable Prescription Service" Mitchell Shopping Center Phone 649-4166 Aiken, S. C.
Aiken, South Carolina
Lista Studio of Photography
236 Richland Avenue Telephone 649-4321 AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
Certified Gemologist AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY
151 Laurens Street, S.W. Aiken, S. C.
COSMETICS — DRUGS — GIFTS
Phone 649-6286 Aiken, South Carolina
Hairstyling — Cosmetics HARPER METHOD
120 Chesterfield Street Aiken, South Carolina
Aiken's Leading Furniture Store 122-24 Laurens St., S.E.
Phone 648-8348 Aiken, S. C.
INSURANCE — REAL ESTATE Phone 649-2561 AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
174"For the Best in Listening"
157 Lourens Street
1000 Wotts 990 Kilocycles
Aiken, S. C.
AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
DYCHES BUILDING SUPPLY COMPANY
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS QUALITY AND SERVICE AT LOWEST PRICES 138 Fairfield Street Phone 649-4131
AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
D. M. GEORGE FUNERAL HOME
Since 1920 — Aiken, South Carolina
Aiken, S. C. 649-6531
MILNER SUPER GAS
WHOLESALE RETAIL GAS OIL Highway Number 1 Phone 649-9293
Aiken, South CarolinaBelk’s Department Store
121 Laurens Street AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
DIXON'S ESSO SERVICE CENTER
AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
S. R. SKINNER, INC.
PAT PERKINS DRESSES
Main Street New Ellenton, S. C.
BUCHANAN'S HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY
STEPHENSON FINANCE COMPANY
131 Laurens Street
AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
215 Richland Ave.
648-5419THE PATIO FLORIST
“The House of Artistic ond Original Floral Design"
CORSAGES —A SPECIALTY
1042 Whiskey Road Aiken, S. C.
A GREAT STORE AIKEN AUGUSTA
SATCHER MOTOR CO.
SALES - SERVICE Phone 649-4148 Aiken, S. C.
WYMAN REALTY COMPANY
141 Chesterfield St., S.
Phone 649-9626 AIKEN, S. C.
CONGRATULATIONS to this term's graduates and all good wishes for success in the field they hove chosen in which to carve out their careers. In searching for o 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 ELECTRIC THE PYLE-NATIONAL COMPANY
Manufacturers of Electrical Products
178FULMER'S FOR FLOWERS
303 Charleston Street, S.W. 649-7223
LANDSCAPING GARDEN SUPPLIES
Aiken, South Carolina
"Where the Hornets bowl"
3560 Augusta Road Aiken, S. C. 649-2221
HUTSON - ETHERREDGE AGENCY
INSURANCE — REAL ESTATE — LOANS Phone 649-7283 129 Park Ave., S.W. Aiken, S. C.
NEILSON IMPLEMENT CO.
STATE BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
MEMBER OF F. D. I. C.
AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
BURGESS MOTOR COMPANY
Aiken, S. C.
Bill Burgess, Owner Bus. — 649-7001 Res. — 649-6608
ALVANOS TOWN GRILL
YOUR PATRONAGE IS APPRECIATED
179FLORENCE LAIRD AGENCY
REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE 304 Park Avenue Aiken, South Carolina
BEASON'S ALIGNMENT SERVICE
WHEELS STRAIGHTENED AND BRAKE WORK
132 Pendleton St., S.W. 649-7761
Aiken, S. C.
112 Whiskey Rd. Phone 648-8765
Aiken, S. C.
JACKSON TRANSFER STORAGE
NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES Local and Long Distance Moving 102 Marlboro, S.E. Aiken, S. C.
JOHNSON AUTO PARTS
337 Hayne Ave., S.W. Phone 649-7209 Aiken, South Carolina
SECURITY FEDERAL SAVINGS LOANS ASSOCIATIONS
Organized 1922 AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
180SOUTHEASTERN CLAY COMPANY
AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
JOHNSON'S SERVICE STATION
125 Richland Avenue
Dial 649-2771 Aiken, S. C.
THE SHOP FOR WOMEN Aiken, S. C.
PLATT REXALL DRUGS
Aiken, South Carolina
OYSTER BAY RESTAURANT
GOOD FOOD — SERVICE RIGHT
205 Richland Avenue AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
AIKEN SPORTING GOODS
200 Park Avenue “Behind You All the Way"
Walt M. Burckhalter GIFTS HOBBY SUPPLIES
181GRANITE VILLE COMPANY
MAKERS OF COTTON SINCE 1845
GRANITEVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA AND
Graniteville Company is the oldest Southern cotton mill operating under 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 Graniteville, Warrenville, Vaucluse,
South Carolina and
DAVIS PHARMACY CO
G. E. Chelton, Dealer Aiken, South Carolina
226 Park Ave., S.W.
AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
plumbing — heating — air-conditioning Walter J. Bradley, Owner 127 Williamsburg St.
Aiken, South Carolina
DEATON'S RED WHITE FOOD STORE
3110 Vaucluse Road Aiken, South Carolina
BATES INSURANCE AGENCY
Six Points Box 273
Aiken, S. C. Phone 648-8792
SAVE WITH BATES
PERSKY'S DEPARTMENT STORE
ROOT BEER DRIVE-IN
AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINACongratulations to Class of '64
AIKEN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC.
"Owned by Those It Serves"
Aiken, S. C.
HIGHLAND PARK COUNTRY CLUB
ROGERS TIRE AND BATTERY SERVICE
Serving the Aiken County Motorist For the Past Twenty-one Years
AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
1019 Richland Ave., W. 649-6511
Aiken, South Carolina
JORDAN'S SINCLAIR SERVICE
Class of '64
"Service Our Specialty"
327 Richland Ave., W. Phone 648-8125 Aiken, S. C.
THE VILLAGE CORNER
"Headquarters for Natural Shoulders" 160 Laurens St., S.W.
Aiken, S. C.
CHURCH AND SCHOOL SUPPLY
3843 Augusta Road Phone 649-4063
Aiken, South Carolina
FEAGLE BUICK COMPANY
"Oldest Buick Dealer in the CSRA" Phone 593-2211 Johnston, South Carolina
"We Keep You Trim"
BREWER ZORN BARBER SHOP
214 Park Ave. Aiken, S. C.
REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE 138 Laurens St, N.W. Aiken, South Carolina
"The Store of the Thrifty" Mitchell Shopping Center Aiken, S. C.
COMPLETE SALES AND SERVICE New Ellenton, S. C. Phone 652-2233
AIKEN FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS LOANS ASSOCIATION
A MUTUAL SAVINGS AND HOME FINANCING INSTITUTION A "CITADEL OF SECURITY" AT CIVIC CENTER
107 Chesterfield Street, S.
Aiken, S. C.
185FARMERS MERCHANT'S BANK
"Your Home Owned Bonk" BIG enough to serve you . . . SMALL enough to know you. AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA Member F. D. I. C.
HITE'S FINER FLOWERS
CORSAGES A SPECIALTY
142 North Chesterfield
"Home of the 15c Hamburger'
Aiken, South Carolina
SHERWIN - WILLIAMS COMPANY
SMITH'S DRUG STORE
100 Mitchell Shopping Center Phone 648-1176
New Ellenton, S. C.
"For more beautiful homes use Shewin-Willioms Point"ROBERTS GULF SERVICE
"We Take Personal Interest In Your Car"
350 Park Avenue Aiken, S. C. Phone 648-8461
Your Prescription Comes First at
LOFGREN'S DRUG MART
Bob Gayle Lofgren, Reg. Ph. Mitchell Shopping Center Aiken, S. C. Phone 649-2501
THOMAS CLEANING LAUNDRY
Phone 649-2781 123 Lourens Street Aiken, S. C.
GIFTS AND ACCESSORIES 101 Pork Avenue, S.W. AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
Compliments of AIKEN BRANCH OFFICE OF
LIBERTY LIFE INSURANCE CO.
John Molony Murray Chitty Ben Davis
— Representatives —
Bob Shelton William DeWitt Harold Morris
C. H. COWN, INC
GULF OIL PRODUCTS PHONE 649-7211
H. J. BLOUNT
STATE FARM INSURANCE
648-1269 120 Newberry St., S.W.
We thank the business people of the Aiken area for their generous support in our advertising campaign.
HORNET Business Staff
188CLEARWATER FINISHING PLANT
Clearwater, S. C.
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