Albany High School - Thronateeska Yearbook (Albany, GA)

 - Class of 1956

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1956 THRONATEESKA Albany High School Albany, GeorgiaWe, the THRONATEESKA Staff of '56, present to you, the students, the record of a year's work and play. The purpose of our annual is to give our student body a reminder of a part of the best years of our lives — high school. We hope that in the years to come when you look back through your annual, many fond memories will return. We leave behind us the joyous years which we have spent at our Alma Mater in this, the 1956 THRONATEESKA.The United States and Georgia flags are proudly raised.Someone is always late.CLASSE:BEGINTHROUGH THE DAY Even with the blaring of the trumpets . . . Some Others learn the rudiments of geometry.WITH INTERESTING ANI ■ English in its most complicated form Visual Education—a favorite form of learningEXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Cheerleaders practice diligently Coaches confer on season’s prospectsend a busy day Twirlers try for perfection. Overtime on the practice field Rehearsals never end.ALWAYS A NEED FOR COUNSELING . . AND SOMETIMES FOR DISCIPLINE!When we needed someone to inspire us to study so that we might prove ourselves worthy of being students, you led us to study the Latin language because you were interested in our cultural development. W'hen we wanted to boast of our excellent chapel programs, we always pointed to yours which were presented so well. When we needed an encouraging word, you were ready to listen patiently and to advise carefully. Yes, when we thought of one who loved our school with a love that has never been equalled, we looked to you and your many years of untiring, faithful service which you have so unselfishly given to our school. When we looked for kindness, sincerity, understanding, sympathy for others, and a deep Christian love for one’s fellow man, we looked to you, our very dear friend and teacher for you exemplify each of them in an abundance which we have not found surpassed. After considering and recognizing the ideal woman’s traits, qualities, and characteristics which are so vividly seen in your life, we, the 1956 THRONATEESKA staff, with deep devotion, sincere gratitude, and loving friendship dedicate to you, Mrs. Bessie Turner Dobbins, our yearbook, the 1956 THRONATEESKA.DOUGHERTY COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION First row, left to right: H. Holcombe Perry, E. H. Kalmon, President; J. J. Cordell, Superintendent; and Jos. S. Rosenberg, Vice President. Second row; Louis Peacock, J. P. Champion, Jr., Ed Martin, and Jim Porter Watkins.J. J. CORDELL Superintendent of Education Dougherty County School SystemCAROLYN RUTH RICHARD BOATRIGHT WILLIAM R. BRAGG JANE BUSBEE ANGLIN English and French English and Journalism Physical Educatior English and Social Science PEARL CARGILL Physical Education MRS. AUDREY COLLINS English CHAPPELL COLLINS Chemistry, Physics, and Girls’ Basketball Coach MRS. B. G. COPPINGER Social Science and World History RAY COUNCIL HELEN CROSBY H. E. DARLEY FRANCES DEVANE Algebra and English Diversified Cooperative General Science Agriculture Training and General Mathematics MRS. E. M. DOBBINS FRANCES FEAGIN PATRICK P. FIELD MRS. EVELYN Latin English World History, Social FLEMING Science, Driver Training, English and and Assistant Football Social Science Coach f! Pi I MRS. CATHERYN GREEN General Mathematics and Home Economics S. H. GREEN Radio, TV, and Electricity MRS. ANNELLE GRIFFIN Art N. C. HATCHER History, Government, and Economics WILSON J. MRS. J. J. HOGUE G. B. HOWELL MRS. ROBERT HERSCHELL Librarian Biology INGHRAM Graphic Arts, Mechanical Algebra Drawing, and Orientation MRS. CAROLYN IRVIN Social Science, History, Spanish, and Guidance ROBERT JAMES Orientation and General Metals MRS. S. A. JUHAN Spanish MRS. B. H. KAY Dramatics HAL F. KING MRS. WAYNE C. LONG w- A- LOVELESS General Shop and Business Education Biology and Audio-X isual Orientation MRS. DOROTHY McCONACHIE General Business and TypingMRS. HAROLD E. MRS. JACK MILWARD JACK O’BRIEN MRS. JEANNE PARK McNABB Home Economics Algebra and Boys’ English Aviation Education Basketball Coach GRAYDON PIERCE THELMA PLANT MRS. ANNIE LAURIE INA RANDITT Guidance English and Guidance POWELL Algebra and Geometry English BERNIE REID EARLINE ROGERS MRS. JAKE ROWE WILLIAM A. SANDERS Physical Education and Algebra History, Social Science, General Mathematics Head Football Coach and Guidance ELIZABETH MAYNARD F. SELL MRS. CAROLYN ROBERT F. SPERRY SAUNDERSON Band. Glee Club, and SHEPHERD Sociology and Psychology English Music Workshop Social Science, Sociology, and PsychologyEUGENIA STRICKLAND FRANCES TEASLEY MRS. T. R. THORNTON JOHN TILLITSKI History and Social Science English Business Education Physical Education and Assistant Football Coach HOWARD D. WATERS HERBERT J. WATSON Vocational Education Driver Training and Auto Mechanics ANNELLA WELLS MRS. NANCY WHITING Home Economics and Economic Mathematics Family Living MRS. LAURA BARNHOUSE Clerical MRS. R. B. GEOGHEGAN Clerical MRS. FLORINE LESUEUR Secretary to the Principal MRS. R. L. BASS DietitianLINDA JONES The Kiwanis and McIntosh awards are the highest honors attainable at the Albany High School. The recipients are selected on the basis of outstanding citizenship, scholarship, and leadership by secret vote of the faculty. This year the Kiwanis award goes to Linda Jones and the McIntosh award goes to John C. Huie, Jr. JOHN C. HUIE, JR. Honor is purchas'd by the deeds tve do . . . honor is not won, Until some honorable deed be done. —MARLOWE To be elected student representative is an honor bestowed upon a student during his junior year. Serving in this capacity during his senior year requires outstanding citizenship and leadership. The student body has conferred this honor upon Fred Sumter.SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Tricia Carroll, Treasurer; Edgar Campbell, Secretary; Jeanette Henderson, Secretary; Sylvia Irvin, Press Reporter; John Hule, Treasurer; Peggy Pearce, President; Tommy Oxley, Vice President; Peggy Hatcher, Vice President; Bill Garrison, President.Cynthia Ann Adams Post Graduate. David Adams Hi-Y, President; The Pow Wow. Cartoonist; Sophomore Class Secretary; American History Students; Buenos Vecinos; Junior Civitan Club, Veep; Thronateeska, Sports Editor; Beta Club. Fat Adams Tri-Hi-Y, Projects Chairman; Beta Club; JO’s Juntos; Collins’ Compounds; Quo Vadis; Cursus Honorum, Aedile; Psychic; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; B-E-A-S-T-S; Intramural Basketball; Powder Puff Football. La La Alligood FHA; 4-H Club; Biological Research; Buenos Vecinos; Fact Finders; Art; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Practical English; Drivers Training. Len Alligood Hi-Y; Buenos Vecinos; Unified Servants of History; Biological Research; Chemistry; S-A-P-S; B-E-A-S-T-S; Typing; Science. Winston Alverson Band; Hi-Y; Cursus Honorum; American History Students; Buenos Vecinos; B-E-A-S-T-S. Sue Daniel Anderson 4-H Club; FHA; Intramural Basketball; American Historians; Tippy Typists; Handy Maids; Psychic; Business Leaders of Tomorrow. William Ashberry Beta Club; Govec; Fact Finders; World Explorers; Typing; Debaters. J. 0. Austin Block “A”; “B” Team Football; US History, President; Biology; Practical English; Psychic; Little Family, Big Brother. V Allen Autry FFA; American Historians; DCT.Jane Bailey Tri-Hi-Y; Beta Club; FHA. Willis R. Ball B-E-A-S-T-S; Buenos Vecinos; Thinkers; Sperry’s Guess Whats; Track. Margaret Gwendolyn Barbre Basketball; 4-H Club; FHA; American Historians; L-OG-S; Space Keydets; Buenos Vecinos; Stitch and Sew; Sperry’s Guess Whats. Hentz Barineau Football; Cracker Crumbs. Rene Barnett Music Workshop; Glee Club; S-A-P-S; Le Cercle Francais; Junior Classical League; Dixiecrats. Nell Bearry Gamma Tri-Hi Y; FHA; World Explorers; Drivers’ Training; Buenos Vecinos; Gregg’s Greek Grammar; Tippy Typists; SOS; History Debate , Thronateeska; Guidance Office Assistant. Estol Belflower Glee Club; Hi-Y; Social Science; Beta Club; Football; Biological Research; Student Council; Thinkers; Space Keydets; Collins’ Compounds; Psychic. Jimmy Bell Hi-Y; Social Science, Veep; Latin; Football; Track; US History; Chemistry; Sociology and Psychology; Junior Classical League; Debate Team. Donald R. Belt The Pow Wow, Photographer; Beta Club; Junior Police, Sergeant, Captain; World History; JO’s Juntos; Typing; Key; Bookworms. Hazel Blount Jones Jolly Jotters; SOS; COOK; Space Keydets.Ronnie A. Bolton Junior Police; DE; DCT; Debate; Fart Finders. W. 0. Bowles Hi-Y; Football; Block “A"; B-E-A-S-T-S; Fact Finders; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; Intramural Basketball: Junior Play Usher. Dale Braswell Buenos Vecinos; Govec; W-I-G-G-L-E-R-S. Richard M. Brewer Hi-Y; Band; Biological Research; JO’s Juntos; DE; ist; Typing; American Government. Ethel Marion Broach Thymalian; Music Workshop; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Buenos Vecinos; World Explorers; Art; American Historians; Gregg’s Greek Grammar; Jones’ Jolly Jotters; A-N-G-E-L-S; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; The Pow Wow; Little Family. Dan L. Brooks, Jr. Thronateeska; Band; Art; Diplomats; Sperry’s Guess Whats; Psychic Typing; Social Science; Junior-Senior Decoration Committee: Tennis; ABC Hi-Y; B-E-A-S-T-S. Jackie Brown Tippy Typists; Gregg’s Greek Grammar, Parliamentarian; Unified Servants of History; DCT, President; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; Business Leaders of Tomorrow. Marilyn Brunson FT A, District Secretary; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Junior Classical League; Beta Club; Anchor; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Thinkers; Typers of Tomorrow, President; Collins’ Compounds; Psychic; The Pow Wow, Exchange Editor. Larry Bryan Adventuring Pioneers; Aviation. Future Flyers: Super Psychics: Football. Denny Cain World Explorers; Biological Research; Buenos Vecinos; Library Service; Fact Finders; Typers of Tomorrow; FT A; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; B-E-A-S-T-S. Edgar Campbell Student Council; Football; Romani Hodierni. V«p; Junior Classical League; Debate Team; Fact Finders. President; Chemistry; Block A . Psychic; Hi-Y; Social Science; Senior Class, Secretary. Curtis Wayne Carlton • t. 11. D . k.11. A nr Hi-Y: Static Chasers. Veep; W-I-G-G-L-E-K-. • Tricia Lynn Carroll Beta Club; Student Council; FHA; Buenos Vecinos Secretary President; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Projects Chairman; Trouba dours; JOs Juntos, Treasurer; Sophomore Class, Veep; Junior Glass, Veep- BE-A-S-T-S, President; Thronateeska; Lone Psychiatrist am ... L • o t r.„;rl npp Office Assistant. Linda Jane Cartee Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Music Francais; Dixiecrats; Guess W hats. Workshop; 4-H Club; Glee Club; Le Cercle Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Bookworms; FT A; Sperry s Darla Antoinette Carter Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; 4-H Club; Basketball; Bookworms. Sydney Irene Cartwright Junior Play; Sweetheart Dance, Decorations Chairman; Tired Typers: L-O-C-S; Fact Finders; SOS; Tri-Hi-Y; Thronateeska.Literary Editor; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; The Pow Wow; A-N-G-E-L-S; eta Club; Guidance Office Assistant; Speech. Lynn Clark Buenos Vecinos; Quo Vadis; American History Students; Business Leaders of Tomorrow ; Govec. Rip Clark . ABC Hi-Y; Macbeth; Junior Play; History, President; Buenos Vecinos. Treasurer; Hi-Y; W-I-G-G-L-E-R-S, Treasurer; Speech. Angela Clyatt Music Workshop; Delta Tri-Hi-Y. Treasurer; Junior Clascal League; Romani Hodierni; Sperry's Guess Whats; Intramural Basketball; A pha Tri-Hi-Y; Beta Club; Dixiecrats; The How Wow; Thronateeska. Glee Club; Science; Cursus Honorum. Terry D. Coleman Band; Biological Research; Student Council; Buenos Vecinos Treasurer; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; Hi-Y; Practical English: American Historians; ABC Hi-Y.Caroline Collins Glee Club; Thronateeska; Tri-Hi-Y; P-E-P. Lynn Colquitt Unified .Servants of History; Rollins’ Keni Kats; Hi-Y, Devotional Chairman. Treasurer; Science; Govec; Angels; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; S-A-P-S; Key, Secretary; Beta Club. Doris Doretha Connell Library Service, Press Reporter; Business Leaders of Tomorrow. Vivian Elizabeth Corbin Thinkers; FHA; Space Keydets; Govec; Beta Club; L-O-G-S; SOS; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Thronateeska, Literary Editor. Janice Crock FHA, President; Psychics, Treasurer. John G. Crosby Business Leaders of Tomorrow, President; Band; World Explorers; Static Chasers; American Historians; Tippy Typists; A-N-G-E-L-S; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs. Riley Frederick Crosson Beta Club; Junior Civitan, Sfergeant-at-Arms, Delegate to State Convention; Le Cercle Francais; World Explorers; Biological Research; Busy Fingers; JO’s Juntos; DCT, Parliamentarian; A-N-G-E-L-S Baseball; Intramural Basketball; Thronateeska; Business Leaders of Tomorrow. William Crotwell Twenty-four Acids; Thinkers; Science; W-l-G-G-L-E-R-S, Parliamentarian; S-A-P-S, Veep. Robert Mathew Denson Baseball; Basketball; “B” Team Basketball; Block “A”; Bookworms, Parliamentarian; Dixiecrats; Tired Typers; “B” Team Football; Govec. Rose Marie Denson FHA; Buenos Vecinos; Biology; FTA; JO’s Juntos; Anchor; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Keydets; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; W-I-G-G-L-E-R-S; Practical English; Thespian; Thymalian; Psychic; Little Family; Office Assistant.Bernardene Dixon Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Band, Majorette; World Explorers, Secretary-Treasurer; Le Cercle Francais, Secretary-Treasurer; JO’s Juntos; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Little Family. Gladys Dollar Basketball, Manager; FTA; Beta Club; Unified Servants of History; Tippy Typists; L-O-G-S, Press Reporter; World Explorers; A-N-G-E-L-S; SOS, Treasurer; Intramural Basketball, Coach; Library Service Club. H. C. Douthit, Jr. Basketball; Baseball; Intramural Basketball, Coach; Bookworms; Sperry’s Guess Whats; Cracker Crumbs. George W. Dozier Tennis; ‘4B” Team Football; History; Kollins’ Kern Kats; Bookworms. Robert E. Driskell Freshman Class. President; Football; Historians; US History; DCT. Robert W. Duggeeby Band; Kollins Kem Kats; Typing; US History Debate; Hi-Y: Chemis-try, Veep; Track; Glee Club; Bookworms. Beverly Cecile Durden Tri-Hi-Y; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Parliamentarian; Anchor, Chaplain; Drivers Training; Music Workshop; Intramural Basketball, Cheerleader; A-N-G-E-L-S; Exploring Pioneers; Art. Press Reporter; Le Cercle Francais; Unified Servants of History; Space Keydets; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; Junior Play. Properties Committee; Little Family; Office Assistant. Shirley Edwards Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; 4-H Club; FHA; Biological Research; Gregg’s Greek Grammar; Cracker Crumbs; DCT, Veep, Program Chairman; Drivers Training; Quo Vadis; Typers of Tomorrow; Psychic Seniors; Business Leaders of Tomorrow. Panagiotis Michael Emmanuel Glee Club; Aviation; Unified Servants of History; Little Family; World History; Psychic; Buenos Vecinos. Ida Frances English Delta Tri-Hi-Y; US History; Unified Servants of History, Parliamentarian; Drivers’ Training; Bookworms; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Adventuring Pioneers; Psvchic. Secretary; Home Economics; Buenos Vecinos, Veep, Treasurer.Peggy Eubanks Bookworms, Press Reporter; American Historians, Veep; SOS; Typers of Tomorrow. Program Chairman; Gregg’s Greek Grammar; Psychic; Delta Tri-Mi-Y; Exploring Pioneers; Biological Research; Intramural Basketball. Phillip Fagan Quo Vadis; World Explorers. Treasurer; Fact Finders, Program Chairman; Collins’ Compounds. Treasurer; Intramural Basketball; Economics; Psychic; Golf. Janeth Farris FHA; Basketball; Jones’ Jolly Jotters, Press Reporter; Art, Veep; Debate; Handy Maids; Gregg’s Greek Grammar; Bookworms; FTA, Parliamentarian, Treasurer; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; Little Family. Carolyn Floyd Adventuring Pioneers; Tippy Typists; L-O-G-S; Psychic; SOS; Historians; Business Leaders of Tomorrow. Tommy Fogle Biology; American Historians; Buenos Vecinos. Barbara Ford 4-H Club; Adventuring Pioneers; Yesteryears; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Psychic. Robert E. Forester Student Council; FTA, Treasurer, President; Buenos Vecinos; Exploring Pioneers; Thinkers; Thymalian; Typers of Tomorrow; Bookworms; Movie Operators. Marie Fowler Tri-Hi-Y; FTA; Biological Research; World Explorers, Veep; SOS; DCT; P-E-P. Robert G. Fowler Quo Vadis. Charles Hugh Fussell Football; World Explorers; Biological Research, President; Thinkers, Treasurer; FFA, Veep; Sociology and Psychology, President; Practical English, President; Block “A”; Junior Class, Secretary; Typing, President.William Blair Garrison Band; Key; Student Council; Beta Club; History; Buenos Vecinos; Twenty-four Acids; Junior Class, Veep; Hi-Y; Barons; Bookworms: CAP Cadets. Ralph E. Gay Auto; Debate. Lonnie Gibson Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Little Family. Ottis Giles Buenos Vecinos; keeping. Bryan Glass, Jr. Band; Hi-Y; Biological Research, President; Exploring Pioneers; Tired Typers; Cracker Crumbs; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; Little Family; Boys’ State. Biological Research; Typing; US History; Book- -y' Lloyd Goldstein Biology, Veep; Buenos Vecinos; Dixiecrats, Veep; Twenty-four Acids; Junior Civitan; Tennis; Typing; Psychic. Elaine Goodin 4-H; Jones’ Jolly Jotters; Tippy Typists; US History; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Buenos Vecinos. Wilma Jean Goolsby Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Buenos Vecinos, Treasurer; FHA; American Historians, Veep; Drivers’ Training; Busy Fingers; US History; Office Assistant; Intramural Basketball; 4-H; Business Leaders of Tomorrow, Treasurer; Psychic; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Thronateeska; W-I-G-G-L-E-R-S; Bookroom Assistant. Jane Green Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Biological Research; FHA; American Historians; Handy Maids; 4-H; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; Drivers’ Training; Anchor. Patricia Anne Green Delta Tri-Hi-Y, President; Music Workshop; Glee Club; Drivers’ Training; Yesteryears; Tired Typers; Biological Research; Gregg’s Greek Grammar; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; The Pow Wow; Anchor; FTA; Office Assistant; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; Troubadours; Business Leaders of Tomorrow. m Charles Greenway Hi-Y; American History; Kollins’ Kem Kats; Glee Club; Junior Police; Quo Vadis; Typing; Troubadours; Sociology and Psychology; Throna-teeska. Sharon Lea Grimes Buenos Vccinos; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; 4-H Club; B-E-A-S-T-S; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; FHA. Martha Hackney Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Le Cercle Francais; FTA; JO’s Juntos; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Thronateeska: W-I-G-G-L-E-R-S; Sperry’s Guess Whats; Office Assistant; Typing; JCL. Byron Haire Static Chasers; World History; Beta Club; Movie Operators; Dixie-crats; Tired Typers; DCT; Business Leaders of Tomorrow. Beverely Hall 4-H Club; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Exploring Pioneers, Secretary-Treasurer; American Historians; Beta Club; Tippy Typists; Gregg’s Greek Grammar; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; A-N-G-E-L-S; SOS; Guidance Office Assistant; Intramural Basketball. Sam Hammond Typers of Tomorrow; World History; Dixiecrats; DE; DCT; Chemistry. Carl V. Hancock, Jr. Football; Track; Hi-Y; Biology; US History Debate; Chemistry; Movie Operators; Psychic; Bookworms. Joyce Hancock Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Romani Hodierni; Buenos Vecinos; American Historians; Kollins’ Kem Kats; Psychic; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. ( 14 Bennie F. Harris Drivers’ Training; World History; US History; Static Chasers. Barbara Harrod Beta Club; FHA; Cracker Crumbs.Donald Hart Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; DCT, Parliamentarian; American History. Peggy Hatcher Music Workshop; Student Council; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Beta Club; Adventuring Pioneers; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Cracker Crumbs, Veep; LOGS; Tired Typers; FHA, Veep; Thronateeska, Literary Editor; SOS, Press Reporter;-P-E-P, Secretary; Business Leaders of Tomorrow, Treasurer; The Pow Wow, Typist; Senior Class, Veep. Bobby Hawkins Glee Club, Secretary; Buenos Vecinos, Veep; Key; Beta; History; Hi-Y, Veep; Physics; Science; Sociology and Psychology, Program Committee; Troubadours, Director; Junior Play; FTA. Marion Hay Static Chasers; US History; DCT; Science. Weldon Hayes Dixiecrats; Sperry’s Guess Whats; FFA. Jeanette Henderson Beta Club; Student Council; FTA; Drivers' Training; FHA; World Explorers; Anchor; Fact Finders; LOGS; Space Keydets; SOS, President; Psychic; P-E-P; Senior Class, Secretary. Thomas Henry Herrington, Jr. Band; Glee Club; Student Council; Troubadours, Parliamentarian; Beta Club; Hi-Y; Key, President; Twenty-four Acids; Unified Servants of History, Veep; S-A-P-S; Science. Larry Hobby Junior Police; World Explorers; Dixiecrats; DE; DCT, President. Tommy Holland US History; World History; Typing; Student Council; Band, Captain’s Corps. Horace Paul Holley Aviation; Biology; World History; Bookkeeping; General Business; Government and Economics.Elizabeth King Holt World Explorers; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Unified Servants of History-; L-O-G-S; Space Keydet9; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Thronateeska; Glee Club; SOS; Troubadours; Psychic; Drivers’ Training; Office Assistant; Intramural Basketball. Dorothy Lou Hout Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Beta Club; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y Psychic. Gregg’s Greek Grammar; Tippy Typists; ; Yesteryears; Buenos Vecinos; SOS; Eleanor Ives Howard Beta Club; FHA; “B” Team Basketball; Exploring Pioneers; American Historians; Tippy Typists; Anchor; Psychic; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Intramural Basketball; Little Family. Doris Allene Howell ( Drivers’ Training; Jones Jolly Jotters; Tippy Typists; American Historians; SOS; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Practical English; Art; Thronateeska; Guidance Office Assistant; FHA; Beta Club. Lynwood Howell World Explorers; Thinkers; Biological Research; Whats. FFA; Sperry’s Guess John Carlton Huie, Jr. Varsity Basketball, Captain; Student Council. Veep; Hi-Y, President; Beta Club. Veep; Sophomore Class, President; Freshman Class, Treasurer; Key; Track; Block “A”, Secretary, Veep; “B” Team Football; Cursus Honorum, Junior Consul; Quo Vadis, Veep; Tired Typers, Veep; Fact Finders; Exploring Pioneers, Parliamentarian; Senior Class, Treasurer. Martha Jean Hunter Freshman Class, President; Student Council; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y Veep; Cheerleader; Biology, Secretary; Romani Hodicrni; Glee Club; Beta Club, President; Art; History, President; Typing; Collins Compounders; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Devotional Chairman; The Pow Wow, Society Editor; Psychology and Sociology, Program Chairman. Jack A. Hurst, Jr. The Pow Wow, Sports Editor; Beta Club; Junior Civitan, Press Reporter; Thronateeska, Sports Editor; Junior Play; Physics; Bookworms, Treasurer; Le Cercle Francais; Intramural Basketball; Short Circuits, Stage Committee; US History; Football, Manager; Powder Puff, Cheerleader; CAP Cadets, First Lieutenant; Static Chasers. ' Edward Howell Ivey Confederates; Hi-Y; Collins’ Compounds; Science; A-N-G-E-L-S; S-A-P-S; World Explorer; Glee Club; Troubadours. Sylvia Irvin Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Basketball; Le Cercle Francais, Secretary-Treasurer, President; American Historians; Tippy Typists, President; Tennis; Bookworms; Psychic; Bookkeeping.Charles Lee Jackson “B” Team Football; Band; Biology; Typing; Sperry’s Guess .ats; American Historians; Movie Operators; DCT; History Willard Jewell World Explorers; Fact Finders; Typers of Tomorrow; DCT; Business Leaders of Tomorrow. Shirley Johns Beta Club; Quo Vadis; Library Service Club, Treasurer; FHA; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Art Club; JO’s Juntos; L-O-G-S; Space Keydets; P-E-P; SOS, Secretary; Psychic Seniors; Drivers’ Training; Junior Classical League C. Gordon Johnson Freshman Class, Secretary; Football, Manager; World Explorers, President; Buenos Vecinos; Hi-Y; Fact Finders, Veep; Twenty-four Acids, Treasurer; Key, Parliamentarian; A-N-G-E-L-S, Veep. J. Edward Johnson Band; Dixiccrats, Secretary; Business Leaders of Tomorrow, President; Tippy Typists; W-I-G-G-L-E-R-S; Hi-Y; Adventuring Pioneers; Psychic; Drivers’ Training; Little Family, Father; Junior Play. J. Kent Johnson “B” Team Basketball; General Science; World Explorers; Biology; Collins’ Compounds; Adventuring Pioneers; B-E-A-S-T-S; Typing. James Johnston Movie Operators, Secertary; Library Service; Beta Club; Hi-Y, Secretary; Key; Thronateeska, Associate Editor; Short Circuits, Secretary; American Historians; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Adventuring Pioneers; Quo Vadis; A-N-G-E-L-S, Secretary; Junior Play Committee; Sperry's Guess Whats. Wilson Joiner Biological Research; Kollins’ Kem Kats; Yesteryears, President; W-I-G-G-L-E-R-S; Golf; Hi-Y; Psychic Seniors. Linda Jones, Delta Tri-Hi-Y, President; Music Workshop, Pianist; Student Council; Buenos Vecinos, Secretary; Troubadours, Pianist; Junior Play; Anchor; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, President; American History; Sophomore Class, Secretary; Junior Class, President; The Pow Wow, Feature Editor; Thymal-ian. Secretary, Press Reporter; Beta Club; FTA, Veep; Christian Life Conference Delegate; Girls’ State, Attorney General; Blue Ridge Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y Congress Delegate; Annual Speech Delegate; Georgia Scholas tic Press Association. Ann Kanaley Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; FHA; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Journalism Staff, Reporter; Cheery Operators of the Kitchen.Ronald Fletcher Keel Collins’ Kcm Kats, President; Baud; Buenos Vecinos. Veep; Track; “B” Team Basketball; Intramural Basketball; Football; Hi-Y; Junior Civitan; Block “A”; Art; Biology; Physics. Max Key Exploring Pioneers; Yesteryears; Biological Research; Sperry’s Guess Whats; Static Chasers; A-N-G-E-L-S; Junior Civitan. Gordon Kilgore, Jr. Junior Civitan; Biological Research; Movie Operators; Adventuring Pioneers; Twenty-four Acids; Yesteryears; W-I-G-G-L-E-R-S; Hi-Y; Sperry’s Guess Whats; Science; PEP. Harold Mac King Football; Radio; Baseball 14 ft 0 Helen Kiser Tri-Hi-Y; Beta Club; A-N-G-E-L-S; Basketball; Le Cercle Francais; Fact Finders, Secretary; Debate Team; Typers of Tomorrow; Exploring Pioneers; Biological Research; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; Student Council; Little Family. Monte Krissman Bookworms; Junior Civitan. Secretary; The Pow Wow, Business Manager; Cracker Crumbs; US History; Buenos Vecinos; World Explorers; Sperry’s Guess Whats; Junior Play. Joan Land FHA; Music Workshop; Basketball; Biological Research; Unified Servants of History; 4-H Club; Glee Club; Space Keydets; Jones Jolly Jotters; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Mrfniacs; Bookworms; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Little Family. Joel Land Beta Club; Glee Club; Hi-Y, Chaplain; B-E-A-S-T-S, Program Chairman; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; American Pioneers, Treasurer; Kollins’ Kem Kats; Troubadours; Student Council. Dianna Lang Glee Club; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; DE; American Historians; Tired Typers; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; Little Family; Bookworms. Edward Dwight Law World History; Baseball, Manager; Future Physicists; Thinkers; B-E-A-S-T-S; Chemistry.William Lewis Block “A” Football; Biological Research; Kem Kats; C-E-L-S; World History; US History. Lynettf. Layson Gamma Tri-Hi Y; Band. Majorette. Head Twirler; World Explorers: Tippy Typists; Cook and Sew, Secretary; History Research; Psychic; 4-H Club; Business Leaders of Tomorrow. Nancy Leeger Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Veep; Music Workshop; Junior Classical League; Beta Club; Thymalian; Romani Hodierni, Parliamentarian; Art; History. Program Chairman; Le Cercle Francais; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Senior Ring Committee; Bookworms; Glee Club; Thronateeska, Photography Editor; Sperry’s Guess W'hats. Martha Le Sueur Gamma Tri-Hi-Y, Program Chairman, Devotional Chairman; Beta Club; Office Assistant; Drivers’ Training; Buenos Vecinos; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Secretary; Thymalian; Fact Finders; Senior Ring Committee; The Pow Wow, News Editor: Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs. Sylvia Lewis FHA; Buenos Vecinos; Fact Finders; L-O-G-S; Space Keydets; Intramural Basketball; SOS; DCT, Secret a ry-Treasurer; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; 4-H Club; Guidance Office Assistant; Thronateeska. Magoline Lindsey Bookworms; DCT; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; Little Family. Frantz Lipsey Junior Civitan. Secretary, President; Movie Operators; World Explorers; Buenos Vecinos; The Pow Wow: Art; JO’s Juntos; Space Keydets; Tennis. Roy Lipsey JO’S Juntos; Buenos Vecinos; Basketball; Movie Operators; Hi-Y; Sperry’s Guess Whats; B-E-A-S-T-S. James Alton Loveless Baseball; Basketball; Movie Operators; Band; Unified Servants of History; Busy Fingers; The Pow Wow. Marty Macbeth Music Workshop; Glee Club; Buenos Vecinos. Veep; Gregg’s Greek Grammar; Anchor; Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary; Troubadours; Fact Finders; Thymalian; Sperry’s Guess Whats; The Pow Wow; FTA; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y.4 James Macolly Twenty-four Acids; US History: Football; Block “A’; A-N-G-E-L-S. Program Chairman. Toni Magers Thronateeska; The Pow Wow; Super Psychics; Glee Club; Beta Club. Ross Malone Junior Civitan, President; Hi-Y; Tennis; World Adventurers; Space Keydets; Twenty-four Acids; A-N-G-E-L-S; American Historians; Physics. Ritchey M. Marbury, III Band; Key; Movie Operators; Buenos Vecinos, President; Short Circuits, Veep; Hi-Y; Beta Club; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs: US History Debate, President; S-A-P-S; Twenty-four Acids. Betty Marino Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Beta (dub; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Sperry’s Guess Whats; Dixiecrats; FHA; Le Cercle Francais; The Pow Wow. Gloria Martin Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; World Explorers; Handy Maids; 4-H Club: A-N-G-E-L-S; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Biological Research; Fact Finders. John Martin History; Scientists; Cracker Crumbs: Aviation; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; DCT, Veep. Jean Mathis Student Council; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Troubadours; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y. Program Chairman; Glee Club; Music Workshop; Thymalian; Intramural Basketball; FHA; Thronateeska; Unified Servants of History; Collins’ Compounds; B-E-A-S-T-S; Govec; Little Family: Basketball: Office Assistant. Ted Mauldin, Jr. Football; Basketball; Track; Junior Civitan; Buenos Vecinos; Hi-Y : JO’s Juntos; B-E-A-S-T-S; Physics; General Science. Gene McCall Beta Club; Hi-Y; Junior Civitan: Bookworms; Twenty-four Acids: Science; S-A-P-S; History. Ni Martha McCook Gregg’s Greek Grammar: Busy Fingers; SOS; DCT; Psychic. Laynette McCorkle FTA; Music Workshop; Exploring Pioneers. President; Biological H« search: Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Glee Club; Yesteryears; Tired Typers Jones’Jolly Jotters; Band; SOS; Psychic Seniors; PEP; The Pow Wou Typist; Beta Club. Penny McDaniel Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Beta Club; World Explorers; Library Service; Le Cercle Francais; History; Jones’ Jolly Jotters; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Thron-ateeska: FTA. James Richard McDonald World History; Dixiecrats; The Pow Wow, News Editor; Collins’ Compounds; “B” Team Football; Track: Block “A”; Library Service: Movie Operators. Veep. Alan McDowell “B” Team Football; Biology. Veep; FFA. President; Diplomats; World Explorers; Block “A”; Football: Track; “B” Team Basketball; Practical English; Little Family. Vernell McDuffie Jones’ Jolly Jotters; Tired Typers; Cracker Crumbs; Business Leaders of Tomorrow: SOS. Mac McWilliams “B” Team Football: Junior Classical League; Collins Compounds; History; Bookworms; Psychology; Typing; Basketball; Quo Vadis; Social Science; Football. Gail Meeks Thronateeska, Editor-in-Chief; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Music Workshop; JCL; Le Cercle Francais. President; Sperry’s Guess Whats; Office Assistant; Beta Club; FTA; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y"; Anchor; JO’s Juntos; Bookworms. Henry Menefee Unified Servants of History; Biology; Psychic. Merille Veronica Miller FHA; Pathfinders; Historians; Tired Typers; Diplomats; Psychic; Little Family, Veep; 4-H Club.Jack Wiley Monfort Biology; Radio and TV; Dixieerats. Connie Nell Moore ' - v Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Exploring; Music Workshop; Busy Fingers; Gregg's Greek Grammar; Olivers’ Training; Intelligent Imps; Little Family. Ronny Moree World History; US History; OCT. Ann Earl Mull Gamma Tri-Hi Y, President; Band, Drum Majorette; Student Council; Exploring Pioneers, Veep; Sophomore Class, President; Intramural Basketball; Cracker Crumbs. Program Chairman; Tired Typers; Jones' Jolly Jotters; Business Leaders of Tomorrow, Veep; SOS; Bookworms. Veep. Wilma Muse Tennis; Band; Basketball; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; JO's Juntos; Art; Junior- Classical League; Psychic; Beta Club. Teresa Myers Art, President; JO's Juntos; Busy Fingers; Gregg's Greek Grammar. Veep; SOS; Home Economics; General Science; P-E-P; Intramural Basketball; Sperry's Super Psychics. Kathryn Amarette Olds ‘B" Team Basketball; Student Council; Junior Classical League; Beta Club; Buenos Vecinos, President, Secretary; JO's Juntos, President; Kollins’ Kats; Psychic: Thronateeska: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Junior Play: Thespians; Thymalian. Bernie Oliver Student Council; History: Historians: Automotive. Frank Orgel Football; Basketball; Block “A”; Student Council; US History: Buenys Vecinos; Bookworms. Gilbert Osborne US History; World History; Buenos Vecinos; Industrial Arts; Little Family; DCT. - Tommy Oxley World Explorers; Aviation; Sophomore Class, President; Beta Club; “B” Team Football; Thinkers; Twenty-four Acids; Junior Class, President; Junior Civitan; Senior Class, Veep. Margaret Ann Pearce Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Junior Play; Anchor, President; The Pow Wow, Associate Editor; Key, Sweetheart; Buenos Vecinos, Secretary; Thinkers, Parliamentarian; Rollins' Kem Kats, Secretary; Sperry's Guess W'hats, Program Chairman; Bookworms, President; Thymalian; Thespian; Senior Class, President. Connie Marie Peel 4-H Club; FHA; Library Service, District Reporter; JO’s Juntos; Gregg’s Greek Grammar, Class Reporter; Tired Typers; Thronateeska; SOS; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Bookworms. Floy Leon Perrett, Jr. Band, Student Director, Representative to Band Parents’ Organization; History, Secretary-Treasurer; Typing, Veep; Troubadours, Veep; Glee Club, President; Radio, Secretary-Treasurer; Junior Play. Ada Lou Perry Basketball; Beta Club; FHA; World History; Gregg’s Greek Grammar; Tired Typers; Cracker Crumbs; SOS; Govec; Intramural Basketball, Coach. Chloe Milner Perry Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Beta Club; Junior Classical League; Romani Hodier-ni. President; Collins’ Compounds, Secretary; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Sperry’s Guess Whats; Thronateeska; Music Workshop; The Pow Wow; Cursus Honorum, Senior Consul; Glee Club; American Historians. Mabry Stone Phillips, Jr. Football; Beta Club; Twenty-four Acids; Junior Classical League; US History; Block “A”; Physics; A-NG-E-L-S. Linda Grayce Plummer Music Workshop; Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary-Treasurer; Home Economics, Social Chairman; Band; World History; Biology; Thymalian; Intramural Basketball, Cheerleader; Buenos Vecinos, Treasurer; US History; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Troubadours;’ Majorette; Bookworms; Glee Club. Ann Pollock Quo Vadis, President; Student Council; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y, Treasurer; FTA, Secretary; Biological Research; World Explorers, Veep; Music Workshop, Treasurer; Sophomore Class, Press Reporter; Cursus Honor-urn; Beta Club; American Historians, Program Chairman; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; National Latin Medal; Junior Classical League; Psychic. Majorie Ann Pollock Business Leaders of Tomorrow; W-I-G-G-L-E-R-S; Cracker Crumbs; Lc Cercle Francais; 4-H Club; FHA.Donald Poole Key; Beta Club; Amateur Radio; Le Cercle Francais; Movie Operators; Junior Classical League; Static Chasers; Short Circuits; Bookworms; Twenty-four Acids; US History. Mary Ann Poole Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; World Explorers; JO’s Juntos; Tired Typers; L-O-G-S; Drivers’ Training; P-E-P; Business Leaders of Tomorrow. Larry Prisant Football; World Explorers; Baseball; Bookworms; Thinkers; S-A-P-S; Buenos Vecinos. Lamar Pritchard Auto Mechanics; World History; Dixiecrats; Biology; DCT. SUHAYL RAFEEDIE Twenty-four Acids; Dixiecrats; Physics; Bookworms. Dorothy Eugenia Ragan Gamma Tri-Hi-Y, Parliamentarian; Freshman Girls’ Reporter; 4-H Club, Veep; L-O-G-S, Secretary; SOS, Veep; Dixiecrats, Program Chairman; Bookworms; FHA, President; Psychic Seniors; Tired Typers; Beta Club; Drivers’ Training. Jimmy Wingate Ramsey Cracker Crumbs; Movie Operators; Business Leaders of Tomorrow. Kay Reynolds Music Workshop; Glee Club; Thymalian; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; World Explorers; Buenos Vecinos, Treasurer; Troubadours; FHA; Thinkers. Curtis Rhodes World History; JO’s Juntos; Typing; Football; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; American History. Sybil Paula Rifkin Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Thymalian; Beta Club; Anchor, Senior Director; Buenos Vecinos. Program Committee; Fact Finders; Thronateeska. inmmHerman Roberts FFA; Typers of Tomorrow; 4-H Club; Dixiecrats; Sperry’s Super Psychics; Little Family. Caroline Sue Robison FHA, Parliamentarian; Dixiecrats; Gregg’s Greek Grammar, Social Chairman Typers of Tomorrow, Social Chairman; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Little Family. Ann Rose FHA; Social Science; World Explorers, Parliamentarian; Art; Buenos Vecinos; Yesteryears; Sperry’s Super Psychics; Typing; P-E-P. Jo Ann Royal JO's Juntos; Gregg’s Greek Grammar; Typers of Tomorrow; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; SOS; Govec. Shirley Royals Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Romani Hodierni; Junior Classical League; Ofifce Assistant; Gregg’s Greek Grammar; Drivers’ Training; JO’s Juntos; Busy Fingers; Band, Majorette; The Pout ifow, Reporter; Bookworms, Press Reporter; Anchor; Psychic Seniors; Business Leaders of Tomorrow, Veep. Anne Ruffin Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Treasurer; Music Workshop; Beta Club; Buenos Vecinos, President; Thymalian, Press Reporter: Glee Club; American History Students; Anchor, YeeP! Bookworms, Secretary; Sperry’s Guess Whats; Troubadours Jamil Saba Football; Bloc«. “A”; World History; Buenos Vecinos; Fact Finders; Baseball; Track; A-N-G-E-L-S; Sperry’s Psychics, Secretary; Basketball. Frank Sadler Block “A”; Glee Club; Sperry’s Guess Whats; Buenos Vecinos; Fact Finders; Track; Basketball; Baseball; Football; Art. Loren Segroves World Explorers; Yesteryears Hilton Ray Segler JO’s Juntos; Psychic Seniors; Doc’s Automotive. m Bill Shackelford Junior Civitan, Treasurer; Biology; Typing; Chemistry; US History; Civil Air Patrol; Hi-Y; Junior Classical League, Treasurer; Psychic Seniors; Track; Physics. Frances Shadburn Glee Club; Typers of Tomorrow, Secretary; Gregg’s Greek Grammar; American Historians; SOS; Psychic Seniors; Business Leaders of Tomorrow. Donald Shirley American Historians; Govec. Warren Shiver Student Council; American Historians; Busy Fingers; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Govec; Movie Operators. Mary Sizemore Typers of Tomorrow; Cracker Crumbs; Jones' Jolly Jotters; 4-H; B-E-A-S-T-S; Sperry's Guess Whats; FHA; Drivers’ Training. Dwight Slocumb Exploring Pioneers; General Science; Social Science; American History; Govec; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs. Cecil Smith American Historians; DCT, President; Little Family. J. W. Smith Biological Research; World Explorers; Dixiecrats: FFA; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; DCT. D. Allen Snider B-E-A-S-T-S; Govec; Psychic Seniors; Movie Operators; Little Family. Lamar Richard Soper Intramural Football.Donald Southwell Buenos Vecinos; Yesteryears; Biological Research; Covec; B-E-A-S-T-S. Mary Spivey Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Buenos Vecinos; Cracker Crumbs; Jones’ Jolly Jotters; Powder Puff Football; Drivers’ Training; Guidance Office Assistant; Bookworms; Thronateeska; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs. Doris Staton Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Music Workshop; Beta Club; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Projects Chairman; Office Assistant; Buenos Vecinos; Typers of Tomorrow, Treasurer; FTA, Veep; American Historians. Marcia Stephens Sperry’s Guess Whats; DCT. John Stonecypher Beta Club; Movie Operators; Junior Civitan; Football; American Historians, Secretary; World Explorers, President; Twenty-four Acids, Veep; Sophomore Class, Press Reporter; Track; Hi-Y. Joanne Storey FHA; Beta Club; Typers of Tomorrow; Gregg’s Greek Grammar; JO’s Juntos; 4-H; SOS; DCT. Dan Story Yesteryears; FFA; Govec. Ed Strickland American Historians; A-N-G-E-L-S; Physics; Typing; Diplomats; Twenty-four Acids; Beta Club; Block “A”; Football. Charles J. Stubbs Bookworms; Collins’ Compounds; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Psychics; Govec; Yesteryears; Hi-Y. Barbara Ruth Summerville Student Council; Little Family; Art; Buenos Vecinos, Secretary; JO’s Juntos, Secretary; Tri-Hi-Y; FHA; Music Workshop; 4-H.Fred Neal Sumter, Jr. Science; S-A-P-S; Twenty-four Acids; Movie Operators; Buenos Ve-cinos; W I GCLER-S, Veep; Junior Play; Troubadours; Boys’ State; Lieutenant of Georgia District of Junior Civitan; Junior Civitan, President; Student Body President. Charles Ellis Taliaferro B-E-A-S-T-S; Little Family; Covec; Busy Fingers; Yesteryears. Joe Richard Taylor, Jr. Junior Police; Static Chasers; The Pow Wow, Representative; Student Council; Yesteryears; Kollins Kern Kats; Govec; Aviators. Justine Edith Taylor Drivers’ Training; Sperry’s Guess Whats. Louise Camille Terry Troubadours; Typers of Tomorrow; United Servants of History; Buenos Vecinos; Tri-Hi-Y; Drivers’ Training; Glee Club; Sperry’s Guess Whats; Music Workshop; B-E-A-S-T-S; Thronateeska. Frank Thurmond Historians; Ambassadors; Kollins’ Kern Kats; Typing; Super Psychics; “B” Team Football; A-N-G-E-L-S. Carolyn Sue Tolbert Music Workshop; Glee Club; Biological Research; FTA; Beta Club; Basketball; Tennis; Regional Doubles Winner; Junior Classical League; Romani Hodiemi; Roman Holiday; Intramural Basketball, Coach; SOS; Gregg’s Greek Grammar; Tired Typers; Unified Servants of History; Troubadours; Sperry’s Super Psychics. Charles Richard Tolbert Band; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Cracker Crumbs; Buenos Vecinos; Junior Civitan. Helen Jane Tolbert FHA; 4-H Club; Basketball; Tri-Hi-Y; Cracker Crumbs; Typers of Tomorrow; Jones’ Jolly Jotters; Drivers Training Club; SOS; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; PEP; Intramural Basketball; Office Assistant. Hubert Tomberlin Govec; US History; Busy Fingers.Mary Dale Vansant Beta Club; Junior Classical League; Thymalian; The Pow Wow, News Editor; Tri-Hi-Y. Program Chairman, Secretary; Music Workshop; Biological Research; Romani Hodierni; Glee Club; American Historians; Anchor, Secretary; Troubadours, Secretary; Junior Play; Georgia Girls’ State Outstanding Citizen; Outstanding Junior Girl of AHS; Outstanding Junior Girl of Second Congressional District of Georgia: Sperry’s Guess Whats. Clara Nelle Varner JO’s Juntos; L-O-G-S; SOS; Govec; Busy Fingers; Business Leaders of Tomorrow. Floyd Robert Wagner. Jr. Beta Club; Junior Civitan; FFA; Junior Classical League; US History; Chemistry; Bookworms; Business Leaders of Tomorrow. Frances Raines Wakeford Thymalian; Junior Classical League; Quo Vadis, Secretary, Treasurer; Psychic Seniors, Program Chairman; Tri-Hi-Y, Press Reporter, Veep, Treasurer; Music Workshop; Student Council; Romani Hodierni, Secretary; Glee Club; Cracker Crumbs, President; Tired Typers, Treasurer; Junior Class Treasurer; Cursus Honorum. Dorothy Gilbert Ward Thymalian; Music Workshop; Science; Tri-Hi-Y; Anchor; Le Cercle Francais; Biology, Press Reporter; General Business; Psychic Seniors; Wigglers; The Pow Wow; Tennis; Basketball; US History; Junior Play; World Explorers; Library Service; Office Assistant; Air Raid Wfcrden. Jim Porter Watkins, Jr. Student Council; W’orld Explorers; Romani Hodierni; Junior Civitan; Tennis; Junior Classical League; Thronateeska; Intelligent Imps, Secretary; Movie Operators; Hi-Y; Science. Anita Weaver Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary; FHA; Majorette; Beta Club; Biological Research; FT A; JO’s Juntos, Press Reporter; Space Keydets; Drivers’ Training; Cheerleader; Office Assistant; Junior Play; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs. Marcia Allen Webb Biological Research, Treasurer; Library Service; Tri-Hi-Y; Art; Buenos Vecinos, President; Cracker Crumbs; Jones’ Jolly Jotters; Drivers’ Training; Powder Puff Football; B-E-A-S-T-S; Thronateeska, Business Staff; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs. Jimmy Wester Basketball; Block “A”; Beta Club; Junior Civitan; Hatcher’s Historians; Twenty-four Acids: Dunning’s Diplomats; Typing; Physics; A-N-G-E-L-S Delores Whatley FHA; JO’s Juntos; L-O-G-S; DCT; SOS; 4 H Club; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y. Busy Fingers; V •sWade Whitley, Jr. Buenos Vecinos; Track; Hi-Y; Biology; Sperry’s Super Psychics; Football; Aviation; Chemistry; Library Service; Yesteryears; Thronateeska. Susie Whittaker Cheerleader; Freshman Class, Veep; Music Workshop, President; Glee Club, Secretary; Tri-Hi-Y; Troubadours; Biological Research; Buenos Vecinos, Secretary; Thinkers; Stitch and Sew; Thronateeska; Basketball; Powder Puff Football, Captain; Business Leaders of Tomorrow, Secretary; Little Family, Little Sister; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs. Noel Whittemore, Jr. The Pow Wow, Editor; Key; Hi-Y; Rollins’ Kem Rats; Sperry’s Guess Whats; Bookworms; Adventuring Pioneers; Buenos Vecinos; Pioneers. Catherine Wilmer Sperry’s Super Psychics; SOS; A-N-G-E-L-S. Victoria Ann Wilson Tri-Hi-Y; Beta Club; Glee Club; Troubadours; Sperry’s Super Psychics, Program Committee; Thymalian. Bill Wingfield Band Captain’s Corps; World History; Buenos Vecinos; Twenty-four Acids; US History Debaters; Key; HiVY; Wr-I-G-G-L-E-R-S; S-A-P-S. Peggy Wolfe Student Council; Beta Club; FTA, Secretary; Bookworms, Secretary; Glee Club; Tri-Hi-Y; World Explorers, President; Le Cercle Francais, Veep; Dixiecrats, President. Larry Womack PEP; Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs. Arlene Wooten Beta Club; American Historians; Library' Service; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Little Family; Govec; Practical Parliamentarians, Veep. Henry C. Wortman Physics; Hi-Y; Science; “B” Team Football; Buenos Vecinos; US History; Track; Chemistry; Block “A”; Bookworms.JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Kay Barrett, Secretary; Rembert Glass, Vice President; Nancy Castleberry, Parliamentarian; C. L. Thompson, Secretary; Janie Turner, President; Milledge White, President; Rutherford Winston, Vice President; Mariellen Johnson, Treasurer (missing from picture).Barbara Able Jon Adams Steve Arneson Shirley Anne Austin Roger Aycock Albert Bacon Tommy Barineau Joe Barr Kay Barrett Shurley Ann Barrow Margaret Bass Gale Batey Enzor Beckham Marjorie Bedenbaugh Barbara Bennett Ann Bergin Lanelle Blakey Byne Blount Walter Booth Jim Bowles Gordon Bradwell Judy Bradwell Dale Briggs Jerry Brimberry Dorothy Ann Broadaway Dell Bush Jimmy Cain Nancy Castleberry Charlotte Chapman Ellis ChestnutS. J. Clark David Cloud William Cloud Carolyn Conaway Jeanne Cook Peyton Cook Burnette Cox Lee Cox Orman Crabb Bill Creel Godfrey Culbreth Arlene Cuthbertson Wesley Darley Ann Davis Beth Davis D. C. Davis Sonny Davis Jerry Deen Jimmy Dickinson Jerry Dodgen Jackie Doyal Larry Duitman Eleanor Duncan Doris Dupree David Dykes Bobby Eason Annette Edwards Ruth Edwards Lee English Harold EthridgeVivian Everson Marshall Fleming Diane Flowers David Fouche Ronnie Fountain Betty Ann Fowler Bobby Franck Wynton Gay Jean Gilliam Kay Gissendaner 4 Rembert Glass Charles Goodman Verdie Mae Goolsby Corkey Gotko Eugene Griffin Jon Griffin Steven F. Guiner Billy Gurr Lee Hall Margaret Lynne Hall Peggy Halstead Charlie Hancock Edgar Hanson Robert Joseph Harrell Yvonne Hatcher Reed Hatfield Andrew Hayes Carole Hayman Joe Ed Henderson Gus Hendricks Patricia Henson Kurt Herrman Donald Hill Nancy Jane Hill Marcille Hinote Sybil Hodges Margaret Jo Hogg Margaret Holman Marjorie Holton Clarence Hopkins Alice Horne Pat Horton Larry Houston Carroll Howard Kathleen Howard Frances Howell Hollis Howze Iris Hubble Sally Hutchinson Louise Hyde Sam Hyde Toby Ivey Floyd Jackson Helen Jenkins Mariellen Johnson Williford Johnson Ray Johnston Foster Joiner, Jr. Phyllis Joines Kay Jones vMartha Jones Mary Ellen Jones Sonja Jpnes De Justice Jo Ann Justiss Rachel Kendall Nancy Kennedy Gayle Kidd Waymon D. Kimbrel Thomas F. King LaTrelle Kirkland Nancy Kirkman Harriette Landis Sandra Lanier Eudora Ann Lee J. B. Lee Mary Carolyn Lee Linda Leeger Bob Lewis Charles Lewis Billy Lloyd Elizabeth Logan Kris Lovejoy Judy Madson Helene Marks Tyler Martin Nathan McCrary Jack McDaniel Thomasine McDaniel Carmel McDonald'W A Evelyn McDonald Betty McDuffie Mary Ellen McDuffie Dan McIntyre Bobby McKenzie John McLendon Roy Medlin Patsy Melvin Alice Faye Mercer Nannelle Miller Robert Miller Rosa Lee Mitchell Rudolph Moore Billy Morris Patricia Morris Edgar Mote Mary Mullin Claude Myler Anne Newsome Anice Niblett Miriam Nielsen Joe Nix Homer Nolan Elizabeth Norras Donald Norris Herbert Nowell Anne Oxford Cathy Palmer Bobby Patrick Rudolph PattersonBarbara Patton Lavon Payton Billie Ruth Pelham Faye Perry Ernest Price Wendall Prince Diane Pulliam Ray Ragsdale Ramona Reames Guy Rehberg Carol Roberts Karen Robinson Helen Rogers William Asbury Rorer, Jr. Philip Rossignol Janette Rossman Ruth Russell Jack Sadler Dan Sanders Otho Mertilo Sanders Ruth Sasser Daleyne Schmidt Mot Shemwell Toby Shirey Laverne Shiver Allen Sikes, Jr. Raymond Simpson Jo Anne Singletary Loretta Slay Ernest Lamar SmithFaye Smith Lynette Smith Martha Smith Rosemary Smitli George Sperry Sonny Spies Ernest Spivey, Jr. Fonda Starnes Pauline Sterne Dioneca Stewart Janie Strawder Mary Alice Strawder Billy Strickland Jim Strom Ann Summerford Juanita Summerford Jerre Sumter Sonia Sutton Joan Swaim Peggy Tanner Billy Tarpley Marilyn Taylor Vicki Thayer C. L. Thompson Olean Thompson June Tomlinson Mendell Turner Mary Jane Turner Myrtice Tuggle Jean TwilleyLynne Ventulett Jerry Nelson Walker Robert Walters Charles Ward Richard Ward Barbara Watson Billy Watson Frances Weathers Judy Welch Donald Wells Martha West Milledge White, Jr. Clementine Wiggins Gene S. Wiggins Tommy Williams Bettye Willis Martha Willys Wyleen Wilson Jimmy Wimbish Rutherford W'inston Carol Ann Wofford Jean Yarbrough Elizabeth Young STUDENT BODY CHOOSES OFFICERS FOR ’55-’56Sophomores!SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS First row: Judy Wilson, Secretary; Matilda Milward, Press Reporter; Jamye Aultman, President. Second row: John Beasley, Secretary; Mary Ann Thornton, Vice President; Edwina Davis, Treasurer. Third row: Phillip Plummer, Press Reporter; Ed Jordan, President; Sammy Tyson, Treasurer; Bill Buntin, Vice President. —Elaine Alligood Ann Anderson Mary Andrews Patsy Armstrong Jamye Aultman Sibyl Ball Turner Ball Ted Barfield Elaine Bartley William Bass Randall Bates John Beasley Bill Bennett Edward John Bergin Gail Birdsong John Blakey Rachel Blankenship Embree Bolton Mary Helen Booker Joe Bowden Judith Ann Bowman Marvin Boyd Claude Bradley Robert Bradshaw Jim Brandon Delvin Bridges Marie Bridges Patricia Brock Diana Brown Jack Brown Richard Brown Charlotte Bryant Bill Buntin. Jr. Lee Fred Burgess Diana Butler a .n a t ' a 1 . W „ £♦ a f ■A."'a W y • . sa jfl V 31 « • aJean Cain Virginia Cannon Douglas Carlton Kay Carlton Richard Carson Shirley Carter Jo Cates E. L. Cato Ruth Chambers Martha Ann Cheney Jack Clanton Earl Cline Thomas J. Cline Rex Coe Jeanine Coleman Judy Collins James Colquitt Billie Jean Cone Buford Connell Lamar Cook Lenora Cook Melvyn Cooper Terrell Cooper Joyce Coppedge Glenda Council Tommy Courson Sara Frances Cox Walter Cravey Bill Crawford Robert Creamer Linda Cullom Murray David Bruce Davidson Elneita Davidson Nan DavidsonChevy Davis Darnell Davis Edwina Davis Jan Davis Agatha Dollar Barbara Dollar Bobby Dollar Terrell Dowda Mike Doyal John DuBose Eve Ann Duke Jimmy Duke Newlyn Edmonds Yvonne Edwards Amy Jane Ellis Ralph Emery Bobby Erkhart Nancy Everson Jimmy Fallaw Bobby Farmer Sallie Fleuren Linda Ford Jerrie Fordham Sue Ann Frederick Betty Free Shirley Freeman Duane Fulford Boyce Germany Herman Giddens Lavon Jerry Giddens Linda Giles Alan Gill Richard Gill Emily Gilliam Herbert GladinHollis Glover Robert Glover Roger Godfrey Frank Godwin Carol Goodin Myrna Gordon Linda Gotsch Laura Gray Martha Green Carol Gregors Ellen Griffin Frank Griffin Nancy Griffin Eleanor Hagins James Hagood Emily Haire Bill Halford Bobby Hall Ernest Hall Ted Hall Joyce Hammond Joy Hargrove Mary Harmon Larry Harper Lynda Harrell Maudie Faye Harrell Patsy Hart Geraldine Harvell Jack M. Harvey Margaret Hatcher Thorpe Hatfield Glynn L. Hathcock Donald Hayes Henry Hayes John Harry HayesPauline Henson Tommy Herndon Annette Hiers Wayne Hinson Sandra Holloway Harold Honnold Reese Horne Shirley Hortman Jo Ann Howell Carol Hower Carl Hudson Lynn Hunter Jean Hurst Tommy Hutto Laurie Van Ivey Ben Jackson Franklin F. Jackson Judy James Berta Jenkins Elaine Johns Margaret Johns Barbara Johnson Johnny J. Johnson Bobby Johnston Pat Johnston Fred M. Jones Tim Jones Ed Jordan Lawton Jordan Jackie Kennedy Jane Kieve Latrelle King Ronnie King Sylvia Kirkland Bernice KlingLaverne Knight Van Knowles Joyce Knox Stephen Krissman Joan Latham Billy Law Spec Leach Lloyd Ledford Charlotte Ann Lee Elnora Lee Jimmy Lee Pete Lewis Lee Lofton Dianne Love Robert Luckey Russell Martin Julia Massey Betty Jean Mathews Bill Maxwell Lanny Mays Jo Ann McClelland Lynn McCorvey Mary McCrary Jeanette McDaniel Jimmie McDonald Ronnie McDonald Halcia McGirt Dean McLemore Julie McNeal Margaret Medlock Belle Melton Agnes Melvin Richard Mercer Joy Middleton Dot MillerSandra Miller Patsy Milner Matilda Milward Jimmy Minton Mary Minton Ann Mitchell Jean Mitchell William Mock Sandra Moncrief DeAnne Moore Donald Moore Marlene Moore Bonnie Morgan Carole Moseley Howard Mullis, Jr. Patricia Musgrove Sandra Nelson David Nielsen Beth Nolan Luther Nolan Jimmy Oglesby Elizabeth Osborne Lanell Owens Betty Parker Gail Parker Patsy Patterson George Payeur Nealy Peacock Carolyn Peak Harold Peak Eugene Pearson Sallie Peavy Durward Pennington James Peterson Richard PhillippiJeannine Phillips Jimmy Pickron Harry Piersol Nancy Pierson Eugene Pike Phillip Plummer Reginald Pollard Della Pollock Pat Pollock Winston Posey Bob Prevatte, Jr. Judy Pryor Ben Ramsey Carolyn Reaves Faye Reddick Ed Reese Dent Reeves Edward Rhodes Walter Rhyne Billy Richter Ann Riley Virginia Robinson Carolyn Rogers Chester Rogers William Franklin Ross Nellie Rowe Thomas Rutherford Mertilo J. Sanders Jerry Saylor Johnny Schraeder Billy Scott Dianne Sedberry Linda Sheriff Don Shiver Frank ShiverGilbert Simmons Joanne Simmons Jimmy Simons Rondell Simpson Frances Sims Larry Slaughter Russell Slaughter Ann D. Smith Ann Smith Eugene Smith Faye Smith Ileen Smith Jackie Smith Judy Smith Patsy Smith Sam Smith Sharon Smith Glenn Stamps Joan Stamps Lolita Stearman Anne Stewart Joyce Stone Darrill Tabb Peggy Tanner Jerome Taylor Cameron Terry Carl Thomas Jenny Thompson Mary Ann Thornton Peggy Ann Thursby Bill Tolbert Susan Trinies Howard Tucker Mary Turnberg Patricia Turner Sammy Tyson Jimmy Vanzant Sue Varner Ish Verner Edd Vinson Jim Vinson Tommy Walden Claire Walker Quinnon Walker Hugh S. Wallace Joe Watkins Gail Watson Robert Watson Tommy Watson Ronald Weinmann Roger Wells Harold West Edna Earle Whiddon Jane Whitman Lewis Whitman Jeanelle Wiggins Charles Wilder Ann Williams Cecil Williams Leslie Williams Marvina Williams Penny Williams Saundra Williams Frances Williford Harvey Willis Jerry Willis Robert Wills Betty Jo Wilson John Wilson Judy WilsonAlton Wingate Carlton Wingate Wallace Wise Bill Woodruff Sandra Wray Bob Wright Ann Yancey o «-J r s »« - y r 1 InT I H - - l' V uauiQsaajpCarl Adams Robert Adams Jane Albriton Tommy Aldredge Wendell Anderson Marvin Aultman Bobby Aycock Ann Baker Ronald Baldwin Annette Barber Lynda Barbre Lucy Barefield Alan Barfield Janice Barnes Echo Barrett James Bass Jeff Bean Roy Bearden Bernard Bearry Roger Belcher Alfred Berry Hugh Bishop Jim Blackmer Lavon Blakey Johanna Bleicher Bill Blizard Patsy Bradley Carole Brantley Robert Bridges James Brookshire Margaret Brown John Leslie Brunson Wayne Buckhalter Hugh Burnham Mary Burnett Wayne Burnett Carter Burrell Carroll Bush Betty Sue Butler Thomas Butts Mary Cagle Bert CampbellGeorge Cannon Patricia Ann Cannon Nancy Carder Harold Carter Charles H. Casey Linda Castleberry Billy Cato Bobby Cato Jimmy Chambless Floyd Childs Elaine Christian Shirley Clark J. C. Cleveland Donald Clifton Myrean Cloud Sandra Ruth Cohen Joe Coleman Marion Coleman Mike Coleman Christine Collier Paula Collins Beverly Commagire Jeanine Conaway La Verne Connell Vera Connell Robert Connor Sally Coppock Jackie Corbin Alma Cox Carl Cox Grace Cox Linda Carleen Cox Jackie Crabtree Helen May Cravey Billy Creech Johnny Creel Carroll Croft Kenneth Crowley Jim Curry Bailey Dalton Jimmy Daniel Joyce DanielCarolyn Darby Ada Frances Darden Billy Davidson Haroldene Davidson Jimmie Davis Barry Denson Jimmy Dcrvan Harritte Dickson Jimmy Dollar Kay Dollar Merle Dorminey Linda Dorsey Janice Dowda Henry Duggan Earline Duke Elzie Duncan Charlotte Anne Dunn Henry Dunn Patricia Dupree Larry Gene Dyer Freddie Elder Delura Ellis Gail Ellis Delbert E. Emery Frank English Mary Louise English Johnnie Williams Epps Billie Sue Esco Glenda Eubanks Nelda Everson Jo Ann Exum Jimmy Fain Curtis Faircloth Dolly Fallin Landis Fallin Mary Finley Mary Ann Fisher Juanita Fitzgerald Susan Fleming Jane Fogle Jerry Ford John Fountain Donald Fowler Delacey Fraser George Fulford Marion Fulmer A1 Garrett Andrew Wade Gill Jimmy Givens Virginia Givens Lynda Glass Joyce Glover Alta Godfrey Barbara Godfrey Rip Godley Ann Goolsby Bobbie Gordon Trudy Gore Avalona Graham Billy Grant Judy Graves Wayne Gray Mary Frances Greene Bobby Griffin Terry Griffin Ruth Griner Bruce Gruber Mary Hackney Stacy Eugene Hall Larry Hancock Patsy Hargrove Edward Harp Elizabeth Harp Allen Harper Carroll Harper Patricia Harrell Faye Harris Marguerite McNair Harris Kenneth D. Harrod Sue Harvell Carey Hatcher Brenda Hawthorne Carolyn Hayes Jerryann HayesVann Heard Camilla Henderson Pat Henderson Raymond Henderson Clinton Hendley Linda Henson John Hightower Sandra Hinson Eugene Hitchcock Linford Hobby James Earle Hogate Dale Holland Wayne Hollomon Tommy Holt Sandra Hopkins Jewell Horne Carlton Howard Glenda Faye Howard George Howell Claude Howze Jack Hudson Nancy Huff Frank Hughes Sarah Hughes Robert Huie Billy Humber Delores Hurst Evangeline Hyde Billy Ivey Monte Jackson Eugene Janes Sandra Jewell Barbara Johnson Gloria Johnson Michael Johnston Hewett Joiner Jimmy Jones Raymond Keebler Carla Kennedy Charles Kilgore Ken Kinard Harold King — I -A ’ ' Vf 7) 1 O -f A ’ |f Y Juanita King Frank Kirksey Gene Klein Jeffery Kling Mike Knight Lottie Land Jimmy Langley Jennette Lasseter Bob Lavin Martha Law Richard Lawson Dianne Lee Jimmy Lee Joan Lee Spencer Lee Robin Leeger Dan Chester Leming, Jr. Charles Lamar Letchworth Nickey Lewis Susie Lewis Jerry Lindsey Leveme Lindsey Clinton Wayne Littlejohn Sandra Lockney Paul Lovett Delano Lowery Louise Mabry Edsel Majors, Jr. Gloria Malone Virginia Manley Benjamin Toy Martin Twila Mason David Mathis Julian Matthews Marilyn Maxwell Linda McAfee John McBumett Dorothy McCarty Bobbie Nell McCraney Martha Sue McCrary Rosemary McCulley Ann McCullochMargaret McDaniel George McDonald Joyce McDonald Myrna McDonald Hugh Lee McElroy Mary Frances McGilvray Helen Frances McGlamry Bill McKnight Larry Melvin Michael Merren Jimmy Merritt William Miller Phyllis Milnes Robert Mobley Bennie Monfort Gail Moody Douglas Moore James Moreland Eileen Moses Glen Moulder, Jr. Stafford Moznette Fred Mulford Dyane Mullin Ronnie E. Murphy Paul Musselwhite Charles Neisler Steve Neisler Robin New Wyolene Nix Emily Norris A1 Odom Tommy Olivent Harry Ort Steve Orton Jcane Pafford Raymond Page Lionel Palardy Jan Parham Gail Patterson Virginia Patton Roger Paulk Richard Peek w V George Perrett Jackie Phillips Martha Ann Phillips Albert Pichard Rebecca Pilcher Barbara Pollard William Pollock Barbara Poole Roger Posey Ruth Ellen Power Wayne Pridgen Norman Pritchett Raymond Purvis Sidney Quick Geneva Radney Kent Ragen Ann Rainey Juanita Ramsey Billy Ray Mickey Redding Charles Reed Leverne Rehberg Henry Reid Patsy Reid Bobby Reynolds Wayne Rich Barbara Richardson Lynn Richardson Gloria Ricks Hugh Roach Milton Robinson Charles Rogers Linda Faye Rogers Jeff Rose Ronald Ross Russell Rouse Rex Royal Ann Russell Carol Russell John Rutland Allen Sadler Patricia SandersMartha Sasser Grady Sceals James Scott Jean Segler Jean Segroves Chan Sellars D. L. Sellars Anne Shackelford Maxine Shaw Oneida Duanne Shaw Mary Shepherd Elizabeth Shiver Mary Simmons Judy Slobin Billy Smith Clinton Smith David Smith Lowell Randell Smith Sandra Smith Critt Spurlin Carol Starnes Charlotte Stephens Lois Stephens Robert Stephens Sue Ann Stephens Jerrie Louise Stevens Mac Stinson Jay Strawder Bobby Strickland Joni Strickland Walter Allen Strickland Lee Stripling Skip Stuckey Larry Styles Bobby Suggs Gene Summerford Leslie Summerford Joyce Sumner Faye Swain Gerald Swaim Lorna Jean Sweeting Jimmy Tabb — LU V ' i v. Charles Taylor Linda Carol Taylor Mary Ellen Terry Lynn Thayer Calvin Theus Larry Dean Thornhill Joyce Thurmond Jimmy Tolbert Linda Tolbert Donna Trinies Myra Turner Toby Turner J John Vansant Pat Varnum Barbara Vickers John Vickers Mary Sue Wade Jerry Walton Suzanne Ware Julia Watkins Ann Watson Bonny Watson Kenyon Watson Dick Webb Sara Webb Raymond Welch Eloise Wells Brenda Weston Barbara Whatley Gerald White Robert White Wade White Stanley Whitaker Latricia Wildes Jimmy Williams Edwin Williford Jessie Williford Annette Willis Jan Willis Katherine Willis Barbara Wills Douglas WillsHerbert Windom Catherine Wingate Tyrone Wingate A1 Wi e Linda Woodall Shirley Wooten Gordon W'right Jimmy Yancey Paul Yarbrough Billy Yclverton Whitney Young Sue ZwarychGail Meeks EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 1956 THRONATEESKA LITERARY STAFF AND BUSINESS STAFF Richard Boatright, LITERARY ADVISOR G. B. Howell, BUSINESS ADVISOR Members of the Senior Typing Class, TYPISTS James Johnston ASSOCIATE EDITOR Kathy Olds Martha Hackney Sydney Cartwright Vivian Corbin Toni Magers Peggy Hatcher LITERARY EDITORS Raines Wakeford Nancy Leeger PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORS Jack Hurst David Adams SPORTS EDITORS Angela Clyatt Chloe Perry Charles Greenway Susie Whittaker Tricia Carroll Mary Spivey Marcia Webb Wade Whitley Nell Bearry Elaine Goodin Louise Terry Mary SizemoreTHE POW WOW EDITOR Noel Whittemore, Jr. BUSINESS MANAGER Monte Krissman COPY EDITOR Toni Magers ASSOCIATE EDITOR Peggy Pearce SPORTS EDITORS David Adams, Jack Hurst NEWS EDITORS Martha LeSueur, Jimmy McDonald FEATURE EDITOR Linda Jones SOCIETY EDITOR Jean Hunter PHOTOGRAPHER Donald Belt TYPIST Laynette McCorkle EXCHANGE EDITOR Marilyn Brunson ADVISOR William R. Bragg REPORTERS Ethel Broach Angela Clyatt Ida Frances English Patti Green Ann Kanaley Frantz Lipsey A1 Loveless Betty Marino Marty Macbeth Chloe Perry Shirley Royals Dorothy Ward MEMBER N.S.P.A. and G.S.P.A.STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT ...... VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY ...... TREASURER CLUB REPORTER PARLIAMENTARIAN Fred Sumter Diane Flowers Mariellen Johnson Ruth Sasser Gordon Johnson Mary Ann Thornton SPONSORS—Miss Eugenia Strickland, Miss Carolyn Anglin, Miss Frances Feagin. PURPOSE—The Student Council is an organization which strives to he of service to the school and community, to provide general regulations for the conduct and practices of the students of Albany High School, to work hand in hand with the students, administrators, and faculty for a harmonious schoof program.BETA CLUB OFFICERS PRESIDENT ...................... Jean Hunter VICE PRESIDENT.................. Ruth Sasser SECRETARY Kay Barrett TREASURER..................... Milledge White SPONSORS .............. Mrs. E. M. Dobbins N. C. Hatcher SENIOR MEMBERS PURPOSE—To promote the ideals of honesty, service, and leadership among the high school students of America. JUNIOR MEMBERS SOPHOMORE MEMBERSANGELS To Achieve Notable Gains in English Literature Selections. PRESIDENT Bill Garrison VICE PRESIDENT Gordon Johnson SECRETARY James Johnston TREASURER Jack Hurst PRESS REPORTER William Lewis PARLIAMENTARIAN Gene McCall PROGRAM CHAIRMAN James Macolly SPONSOR Miss Thelma Plant PURPOSE—To stimulate greater interest in good literature: to extend, deepen, and refine one’s ability to express his or her thoughts and ideas in both oral and written form. Ethel Broach Antoinette Carter Sydney Cartwright Lynn Colquitt John Crosby Fred Crosson Gladys Dollar Beverly Durden Janet Farris Bill Garrison Beverly Hall Jack Hurst Edward Ivey Gordon Johnson James Johnston Max Key Helen Kiser Monte Krissman William Lewis James Macolly Rosser Malone Gloria Martin Gene McCall Bubba Phillips Donald Poole Suhayl Rafeedie Jamil Saba Ed Strickland Frank Thurmond Jimmy Wester Cathy Wilmer Henry WortmanBEASTS Better Education Accumulated Swiftly Through Study PRESIDENT Patricia Carroll VICE PRESIDENT Willis Bowles SECRETARY Anne Ruffin TREASURER Ted Mauldin PRESS REPORTER Peggy Eubanks PARLIAMENTARIAN Robert Denson PROGRAM CHAIRMAN Joel Land SPONSOR Miss Thelma Plant PURPOSE—To stimulate greater interest in good literature; to extend, deepen, and refine one’s ability to express his or her thoughts and ideas in both oral and written form. Pat Adams Len Alligood Winston Alverson Willis Ball Willis Bowles Dan Brooks Denny Cain Patricia Carroll Robert Denson Peggy Eubanks Bobby Forester Sharon Grimes Johnny Johnson Joel Land Edward Law Roy Lipsey Jean Mathis Ted Mauldin Buddy McWilliams Linda Plummer Dorothy Ragan Anne Ruffin Mary Sizemore Allen Snider Donald Southwell Mary Spivey Doris Staton Charles Taliaferro Louise Terry Marcia WebbPEP Plant’s English Plant-er’s • PRESIDENT Charles Fussell VICE PRESIDENT Ann Earl Mull SECRETARY Peggy Hatcher TREASURER Terry Coleman PRESS REPORTER J. O. Austin PARLIAMENTARIAN Alan McDowell SPONSOR Miss Thelma Plant PURPOSE—To stimulate greater interest in good reading: to extend, deepen, and refine one’s ability to express his or her thoughts and ideas in oral or written form. La La Alligood J. O. Austin Terry Coleman Rose Denson Marie Fowler Charles Fussell Peggy Hatcher Jeanette Henderson Doris Howell Shirley Johns Gordon Kilgore Joan Land Dianna Lang Laynette McCorkle Alan McDowell Ann Earl Mull Teresa Myers Connie Peel Mary Anne Poole Ann Rose Jane Tolbert Larry WorniackWIGGLERS With Interest in Gaining Greater Literary Education Through Reading and Speaking PRESIDENT Peggy Pearce VICE PRESIDENT Fred Sumter SECRETARY Peggy Wolfe TREASURER Rip Clark PRESS REPORTER Shirley Royals PARLIAMENTARIAN Bill Crotwell PROGRAM CHAIRMAN Nancy Leeger PURPOSE—To stimulate greater interest in good reading; to extend, deepen, and refine one’s ability to express his or her thoughts and ideas in oral and written form. SPONSOR Miss Thelma Plant Donald Belt Dale Braswell Wayne Carlton Linda Cartee Rip Clark Bill Crotwell Rose Denson H. C. Douthit George Dozier Bob Duggleby Ida Frances English Jean Goolsby Martha Hackney Carl Hancock Sylvia Irvin Jimmie Johnson Wilson Joiner Gordon Kilgore Nancy Leeger Ross Malone Gail Meeks Frank Orgel Peggy Pearce Marjorie Pollock Larry Prisant Shirley Royals Frank Sadler Charles Stubbs Fred Sumter Floyd W’agner Dot Ward Noel Whittemore Bill Wingfield Peggy Wolfe■ QUO VADIS PRESIDENT Bill Buntin VICE PRESIDENT Murray David SECRETARY Judy Collins TREASURER Mary Harmon PRESS REPORTER Frances Sims SPONSOR Mrs. E. M. Dobbins PURPOSE—To endeavor to hand on the torch of classical civilization in the modern world. CURSUS HONORUM SENIOR CONSUL Chloe Perry JUNIOR CONSUL Judy Bradwell PRAETOR Raines Wakeford QUESTOR Judy Madson AEDILES Betty Willis Pat Adams Beth Davis SPONSOR Mrs. E. M. Dobbins PURPOSE—To learn more about mythology.ROMANI HODIERNI PRESIDENT Ed Jordan VICE PRESIDENT Mary Ann Thornton SECRETARY Betty Free TREASURER Toby Shirey PRESS REPORTER Diane Flowers SPONSOR Mrs. E. M. Dobbins PRACTICAL PARLIAMENTARIANS PRESIDENT Bernardene Dixon VICE PRESIDENT Arlene Wooten SECRETARY Jane Bailey TREASURER Barbara Summerville PARLIAMENTARIAN Henry Menefee SPONSOR Miss Frances Feagin PURPOSE—To endeavor to hand on the torch of civilization in the modern world. PURPOSE—We want to learn rules of parliamentary procedure by actual practice; to stimulate more interest in music, drama, choral reading, and hooks: to broaden our knowledge through interesting speakers and debates.LE CERCLE FRANCAIS m ft PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY-TREASURER PRESS REPORTER SPONSOR .......... Gail Meeks Donald Poole Charlotte Chapman Barbara Bennett Miss Richard Boatright PURPOSE—To inspire a love, appreciation, and a better understanding of the French language.LOS TRADUCTORES LOCOS PRESIDENT Judy Wilson PURPOSE — To understand the lan- V1CE PRESIDENT Turner Ball guage, customs, and ideas of Spanish- SECRETARY Judy Pryor speaking people. TREASURER Orman Crabb PRESIDENT ................ Gordon Bradwell PURPOSE—To promote interest in the VICE PRESIDENT Karen Robinson study of Spanish and our Spanish- SECRETARY.....................Eve Ann Duke American neighbors. TREASURER Jerome Taylor SPONSOR Mrs. S. A. JuhanLOS VIAJEROS DEL CAMINO REAL PRESIDENT Mariellen Johnson VICE PRESIDENT Rip Clark SECRETARY C. L. Thompson TREASURER Larry Prisant SPONSOR Mrs. S. A. Juhan PI RPOSE—To promote interest in the study of Spanish and our Spanish-American neighbors. PLRPQSE—To promote interest in the study of Spanish and our Spanish-American neighbors. LOS SABIOS PRESIDENT Anne Ruffin VICE PRESIDENT Peggy Pearce SECRETARY Kathy Olds TREASURER Jean Goolsby SPONSOR Mrs. S. A. JuhanLOS BURROS PEREZOSOS PRESIDENT Wendall Prince VICE PRESIDENT Lavon Payton SECRETARY Kris Lovejoy TREASURER Charles Ward SPONSOR Mrs. S. A. Juhan PURPOSE-—-To promote interest in the study of Spanish and our Spanish-American neighbors. LOS CONQUISTADORES PRESIDENT Tricia Carroll VICE PRESIDENT Milledge White SECRETARY Sonia Sutton TREASURER Ida Frances English SPONSOR Mrs. S. A. Juhan PURPOSE—To promote interest in the study of Spanish and our Spanish-American neighbors.HISTORY UNTOLD PRESIDENT Sonia Sutton VICE PRESIDENT Jim Strom SECRETARY Bobby Franck TREASURER David Fouche PRESS REPORTER Linda Leeger PARLIAMENTARIAN Jacki Doyal SPONSOR Miss Eugenia Strickland PURPOSE—To create interest in history. HISTERICAL HISTORIANS PRESIDENT Patsy Melvin VICE PRESIDENT Mot Shemwell SECRETARY Diane Flowers TREASURER Barbara Able PRESS REPORTER Jon Adams SPONSOR Miss Eugenia Strickland PURPOSE—To create a better understanding of America of yesterday and today.STRICKLAND’S PIONEERS PRESIDENT Bill Garrison VICE PRESIDENT Milledge White SECRETARY-TREASURER Marilyn Taylor PRESS REPORTER Roger Aycock SPONSOR Miss Eugenia Strickland LITTLE REBELS PRESIDENT Beth Davis VICE PRESIDENT Sam Hyde SECRETARY Jimmy Dickinson TREASURER Richard Ward PRESS REPORTER Jean Twilley PARLIAMENTARIAN Herbert Nowell SPONSOR Miss Eugenia Strickland PURPOSE To study conditions of our nation today to make a better tomorrow.CIVIC ADVENTURERS PRESIDENT --------------------- Myrna McDonald ICE PRESIDENT .......—.......... Spencer Lee SECRETARY-TREASURER Mary Frances McGilvry PRESS REPORTER ..................... Harry Ort SPONSOR Mrs. Carolyn Irvin PURPOSE—To learn to build a better life together in the community, the state, the nation, and the world.BAREFOOTED HISTORIANS PRESIDENT Judy Bradwell VICE PRESIDENT Bill Rorer SECRETARYTREASURER Wendell Prince PRESS REPORTER Kay Gissendaner SPONSOR Mrs. Carolyn Irvin PURPOSE—To try to make the history of the present and the future as great as the history of the past. INTELLIGENT IMPS PRESIDENT Charles Lewis VICE PRESIDENT Ann Newsome SECRETARY-TREASURER Jim Watkins PRESS REPORTER Helene Marks SPONSOR Mrs. Carolyn Irvin PURPOSE—To learn from history to better the future.HISTRI-CRATS PRESIDENT...... VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER PRESS REPORTER SPONSOR ...........Ronnie Keel ......... Rembert Glass Nancy Castleberry Shirley Austin ..... Nancy Castleberry N. C. Hatcher PURPOSE—Not to know what happened before you were born is to remain always a child.GOVEC PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER PRESS REPORTER SPONSOR ....... Warren Shiver William Ashbury Joe Taylor Bill Crotwell Phil Fagan N. C. Hatcher PURPOSE—To promote a better understanding of the general principle of democracy through the study and practice of democratic procedure and to better comprehend the relationships existing among men in regard to making a living.PRESIDENT Helen Jenkins VICE PRESIDENT Lee Cox SECRETARY Charles Goodman TREASURER ................ Floyd Jackson PRESS REPORTER........... Daleyne Schmidt SPONSOR N. C. Hatcher PURPOSE)—To promote a better knowledge of our history in order to understand our place in the affairs of the world and to develop a deeper appreciation of our American heritage.U. S. HISTORY DEBATERS CHAPTER I PRESIDENT Janie Turner VICE PRESIDENT Godfrey Culbreth SECRETARY Barbara Bennett TREASURER Dale Briggs PRESS REPORTER Gus Hendricks SPONSOR J. 0. Allen PURPOSE—To think logically and speak effectively U. S. HISTORY DEBATERS CHAPTER II PRESIDENT Ritchey Marbury, III VICE PRESIDENT Toby Shirey SECRETARY Ray Ragsdale TREASURER Mary Helen Rogers PRESS REPORTER Williford Johnson SPONSOR J. O. Allen PURPOSE—To think logically and speak effectivelyJ. O.’s JUNTO PRESIDENT Kay Barrett VICE PRESIDENT Barbara Patton SECRETARY Jack McDaniel TREASURER Lee English PRESS REPORTER Clementine Wiggins SPONSOR J. 0. Allen PURPOSE—To think logically and speak effectively. BETTER BUILDERS PRESIDENT La Verne Connell VICE PRESIDENT Elaine Christian SECRETARY-TREASURER John Fountain PRESS REPORTER Lucy Barfield SPONSOR Mrs. Evelyn Fleming PURPOSE—“Build today, then, strong and sure. With a firm and ample base: and ascending And secure shall tomorrow find its place.”PSYCHIC SENIORS PURPOSE—To enable us to learn more about sociology and psychology and its functions in the understanding of our public and social relations. PRESIDENT Mac McWilliams SECRETARY Ida Frances English PROGRAM CHAIRMAN Raines Wakeford SPONSOR R. F. Sperry SPERRY’S GUESS WHATS PRESIDENT Frank Sadler SECRETARY Peggy Wolfe SPONSOR R. F. Sperry PURPOSE—To explore the field of sociology and psychology to its extent.THE LONE PSYCHIATRIST AND HIS 36 MANIACS PRESIDENT Marcia Webb SECRETARY Tricia Carroll PROGRAM COMMITTEE Bobby Hawkins Jean Hunter Joel Land SPONSOR R. F. Sperry PURPOSE—To enable us to learn about psychology and sociology and its functions in our everyday life and to promote better understanding of our public and social relations. THE LITTLE FAMILY FATHER Jimmie Johnson MOTHER Merille Miller BIG BROTHER J. 0. Austin LITTLE SISTER Susie Whittaker SPONSOR Miss Annella WellsSUPER PSYCHICS PRESIDENT ..... VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER REPORTER PROGRAM CHAIRMEN ...... Charles Fussell ... Jean Goolsby ..... Jamil Saba ...... Jan Crock Frank Thurmond —... Sylvia Irvin Victoria Wilson Betty Holt PURPOSE—To learn in order to live. SPONSOR Mrs. Carolyn ShepherdBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH CLUB CHAPTER I PRESIDENT Ed Jordan VICE PRESIDENT Saundra Williams SECRETARY Edwina Davis TREASURER Bill Buntin SPONSOR G. B. Howell PURPOSE—To try to improve the world of tomorrow by our knowledge of biology. BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH CLUB CHAPTER II PRESIDENT Hugh Wallace VICE PRESIDENT Judy Smith SECRETARY Ann Riley TREASURER James Sanders PRESS REPORTER Lynn McCorvey SPONSOR G. B. Howell PURPOSE—To try to improve the world of tomorrow' by our knowledge of biology.PURPOSE—To try to improve the world of tomorrow by our knowledge of biology. BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH CLUB CHAPTER III PRESIDENT Patsy Patterson VICE PRESIDENT Sharon Smith SECRETARY Judy Collins TREASURER Howard Muiiis PRESS REPORTER Ruth Chambers SPONSOR G. B. Howell BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH CLUB CHAPTER IV PRESIDENT Pat Johnston VICE PRESIDENT DeAnne Moore SECRETARY Mary Ann Thornton TREASURER John Wilson PRESS REPORTER Herman Giddens SPONSOR G. B. Howell PURPOSE—To try to improve the world of tomorrow by our knowledge of biology.PHYSICS CLUB CHAPTER I PRESIDENT Larry Prisant VICE PRESIDENT Bill Garrison SECRETARY-TREASURER Bill Crotwell SPONSOR Chappell Collins PURPOSE—To further our knowledge in the study of physics. PHYSICS CLUB CHAPTER II PRESIDENT Suhayl Rafeedie VICE PRESIDENT Bubba Phillips SECRETARY Ed Strickland TREASURER John Stonecypher PRESS REPORTER Jimmy Wester SPONSOR Chappell CollinsPURPOSE—To serve Albany High School and the community hy rendering lighting and sound effects in the New Albany High School auditorium. SHORT CIRCUITS PRESIDENT Donald Poole VICE PRESIDENT Ritchey Marbury SECRETARY-TREASURER James Johnston PRESS REPORTER Jerre Sumter PARLIAMENTARIAN Jack Hurst SPONSOR Harold E. McNabb GENERAL SCIENCE PRESIDENT Hewitt Joiner VICE PRESIDENT Wayne Henson SECRETARY Ann Anderson TREASURER Judy Watkins CLUB REPORTER Marvina Williams SPONSOR G. B. Howell PURPOSE—To try to improve the world of tomorrow by our knowledge of biology.SCIENCE CLUB PRESIDENT Mabry Stone Phillips, Jr. K E PRESIDENT Bill Rorer SECRETARY-TREASURER ........ Janette Rossman SPONSORS Miss Mary Frances DeVane G. B. Howell Chappell Collins PURPOSE—To increase our knowledge of science.MOVIE OPERATORS PRESIDENT John Stonecypher VICE PRESIDENT Jimmy McDonald SECRETARY James Johnston I RE USURER A1 Loveless SPONSOR W. A. Loveless PURPOSE—To show educational movies ordered by subject teachers.BUSINESS LEADERS OF TOMORROW CHAPTER I PRESIDENT John Crosby VICE PRESIDENT Shirley Royals SECRETARY Martha Jones TREASURER Jean Goolsby SPONSOR Mrs. T. R. Thornton PURPOSE—To understand better through bookkeeping our economic, social, and civic problems. BUSINESS LEADERS OF TOMORROW CHAPTER II PRESIDENT Jimmie Johnson VICE PRESIDENT Ann Earl Mull SECRETARY Susie Whittaker TREASURER Peggy Hatcher SPONSOR Mrs. T. R. Thornton PURPOSE—To understand better through bookkeeping our economic, social, and civic problems.S.O.S. CLUB PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY...... TREASURER .... REPORTER SPONSOR Jeanette Henderson ..... Dorothy Ragan ....... Shirley Johns Gladys Dollar Peggy Hatcher Mrs. Wayne C. Long PURPOSE—To prepare ourselves to take our places in the business world upon graduation from high school.PRESIDENT .................... Tommy Herrington VICE PRESIDENT ..................... Bill Garrison SECRETARY .. Lynn Colquitt TREASURER--------------------------- Donald Poole PARLIAMENTARIAN Gordon Johnson KEY CLUB SWEETHEARTS Jean Hunter Peggy Pearce SPONSOR Mrs. Jake Rowe PURPOSE—To develop initiative and leadership. MEMBERS Enzor Beckham Embree Bolton Bill Buntin Lynn Colquitt Murray David Gill Garrison Bobby Hawkins Tommy Herrington John Huie Sam Hyde Gordon Johnson James Johnston Ed Jordan Van Knowles Ritchey Mabry, III Donald Poole, Jr. Billy Strickland Milledge White, Jr. Noel Whittemore Tommy Williams Bill WingfieldJUNIOR CIVITAN CLUB PR ESI I )K NT VICE PRESIDENT.. SECRETARY TREASURER CLUB REPORTER PARLIAMENTARIAN SPONSOR ........ Frantz Lipsey David Adams Monte Krissman Bill Shackelford Jack Hurst Ross Malone R. F. Sperry PURPOSE—To promote good citizenship. ART PRESIDENT Frank Sadler VICE PRESIDENT Hugh Wallace SECRETARY Frances Weathers TREASURER Jamye Aultman PRESS REPORTER Bobby Wells PARLIAMENTARIAN Mariellen Johnson SPONSOR Mrs. Annelle GriffinPRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT.. SECRETARY TREASURER PRESS REPORTER .. Janie Turner ... Wyleen Wilson Toby Turner Rutherford Winston Doretba Connell SPONSOR—Mrs. J. J. Hogue, Librarian PURPOSE—To give service to the school and to learn something of librarianship as a profession.THYMALIAN CLUB STAR ............................. Dorothy Ward UNDERSTUDY........................ Victoria Wilson PLAYWRIGHT................................... Judy Bradwell PRODUCER Bill Rorer CRITIC ............................ Peggy Pearce SPONSOR Mrs. B. H. KayFRESHMAN BAND MUSIC WORKSHOP PRESIDENT Pat Johnston VICE PRESIDENT Barbara Poole SECRETARY-TREASURER Martha Sasser REPORTER Sandra Holloway SPONSOR Maynard Sell PURPOSE—To enrich our lives through music. .9 5 SV GLEE CLUB PRESIDENT Leon Perrelt VICE PRESIDENT Diane Flowers SECRETARY Susie Whittaker TREASURER Barbara Bennett PIANIST Linda Jones SPONSOR Maynard Sell PURPOSE—To prov ride and perform for person aland public entertainment. troubadours president Tommy Herrington VICE PRESIDLN1 Jean GiUiam SECRET ARy Victoria 'on treasurer Susie Whittaker PARLIAMENTARIAN PA Linda Pl mer director Bobby Hawktns plANlS Eli«be.h Nor-aaiT PiaN1 t ASSlSb CM"''1" sP0?,dc£ Ma narALBANY HIGH SCHOOL BAND v MAJOR................................ Ann Earl Mull CAPTAINS ........................ Winston Alverson John Crosby Tommy Herrington Jimmie Johnson Lee Lofton Leon Perrett Jimmy Wimbish Bill Wingfield LIEUTENANT Lynette Layson SPONSOR Maynard Sell CHEERLEADERS MAJORETTES LYNETTE LAYSON ELEANOR DUNCAN ANN EARL MULL SHIRLEY ROYALS ANITA WEAVER LINDA PLUMMER NANNELLE MILLER JACKI DOYAL ELIZABETH LOGAN ANICE NIBLETTJUNIOR FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA PRESS REPORTER Pat Henderson PARLIAMENTARIAN .............. Jean Segroves HISTORIAN .................... Grace Cox SPONSOR ............... Mrs. Catheryn Green PURPOSES—1. To promote growing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemaking. 2. To emphasize the importance of worthy home membership. 3. To encourage democracy in home and community life. 4. To work for good home and family life for all. 5. To profnote international good will. 6. To foster the development of creative leadership in home and community life. 7. To provide wholesome individual and group recreation. 8. To further interest in home economics. PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Lottie Land Jean Segler Mary Burnett Joyce ThurmondPRESIDENT ..................... Jan Crock VICE PRESIDENT Jean Goolsby SECRETARY .................. Peggy Hatcher TREASURER .........—.. Rutherford Winston SPONSOR................. Miss Annella Wells PURPOSE—1. To promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemaking. 2. To emphasize the importance of worthy home membership. 3. To encourage democracy in home and community. 4. To work for good home and family life for all. 5. To promote international good will. 6. To foster the development of creative leadership in home and community life. 7. To provide wholesome individual and group recreation. 8. To further interest in home economics.FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT.. SECRETARY TREASURER PRESS REPORTER SENTINEL SPONSOR Andrew Hayes Floyd Wagner Bill Crawford Edgar Hanson J. W. Smith Peyton Cook Ray Council PURPOSE—To promote citizenship, leadership, and improved agriculture. JEAN GILLIAM F.F.A. Sweetheart MEMBERS Allen Autry Ben Barbre Roy Bearden Bobby Cato E. L. Cato Lamar Cook Peyton Cook Bill Crawford Charles Fussell Richard Gill Billy Gun-Bobby Hall Stacy Hall Edgar Hanson Reed Hatfield Andrew Hayes Weldon Hayes Lynwood Howell Eugene James Alan McDowell Robert Miller William Miller Tommy Olivent J. W. Smith Lowell Smith Ernest Spivey Dan Story Floyd Wagner Charles Wilder4-H CLUB PRESIDENT ...... VICE PRESIDENT . SECRETARY TREASURER PRESS REPORTER SONG LEADERS PARLIAMENTARIAN Yvonne Hatcher Joyce Knox Pat Henson Mary Helen Rogers ................. Pat Turner Vivian Everson, Joy Middleton .................Beverly Hall SPONSOR—Mrs. Fannie Mae Griner PURPOSE—To make the best better.ALPHA TRI-HI-Y PRESIDENT.............. Linda Jones VICE PRESIDENT ....... Raines Wake ford SECRETARY ..... .......«... Martha LeSueur TREASURER-------------------------Anne Ruffin PARLIAMENTARIAN ..............Beverly Durden SPONSORS .Miss Thelma Plant, Mrs. Bob Inghram PROJECT CHAIRMEN PUBLICITY CHAIRMEN PROGRAM CHAIRMEN Pat Adams Doris Staton Tricia Carrol Martha Hackney Peggy Wolfe ---Jean Hunter Chloe Perry PURPOSE—To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character. Pat Adams Jan Bailey Kay Barrett Barbara Bennett Judy Brad well Dale Briggs Marilyn Brunson Tricia Carroll Linda Cartee Antoinette Carter Sydney Cartwright Nancy Castleberry Charlotte Chapman Angela Clyatt Beth Davis Rose Marie Denson Beverly Purden Ida Frances English Diane Flowers Jean Gilliam Kay Gissendaner Jean Goolsby Patti Green Sharon Grimes Martha Hackney Beverly Hall Joyce Hancock Nancy Hill Margaret Jo Hogg Betty Holt Carol Howard Iris Hubble Jean Hunter Sally Hutchinson Helen Jenkins Mariellen Johnson Kay Jones Linda Jones Linda Lceger Nancy Leeger Martha LeSueur Marty Macbeth Judy Madson Betty Marino Penny McDaniel Gail Meeks Anne Newsome Mariam Nielson Elizabeth Norras Barbara Patton Peggy Pearce Chloe Perry Linda Plummer Ann Pollock Ramona Reames Sybil Rifkin Carol Roberts Anne Ruffin Ruth Sasser Daleyne Schmidt Faye Smith Mary Spivey Doris Staton Dioneca Stewart Barbara Summerville Joan Swain Marilyn Taylor Louise Terry June Tomlinson Jean Twilley Mary Dale Vansant Raines W;akeford Dot Ward Frances Weathers Anita Weaver Marcia Webb Susie Whitaker Victoria W ilson Carol Anne Wofford Peggy Wolfe PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY ... TREASURER CHAPLAIN SPONSOR William R. Bragg John C. Huie, Jr. Bobby Hawkins James Johnston Lynn Colquitt Joel Land PURPOSE—To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character.BETA TRI-HI-Y PRESIDENT Judy Craves VICE PRESIDENT Carolyn Darby SECRETARY Barbara Poole TREASURER Mary Shelley Cagle PRESS REPORTER Marguerite Harris PARLIAMENTARIAN Barbara Richardson SPONSORS Mrs. Audrey Collins Mrs. Annie Laura Powell PURPOSE—To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character. DELTA TRI-HI-Y PRESIDENT Claire Walker VICE PRESIDENT Joy Middleton SECRETARY Nancy Pierson TREASURER Eleanor Hagins PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN Jeannine Phillips PROJECTS CHAIRMAN Jean Hurst SPONSORS Mrs. B. G. Coppinger Mrs. S. A. Juhan PURPOSE To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character. PURPOSE—To create, maintain and extend throughout the home, school and community high standards of Christian character. ZETA TRI-HI-Y PRESIDENT Shirley Freeman VICE PRESIDENT Mary Harmon SECRETARY Joy Hargrove TREASURER Betty Free PRESS REPORTER Marion Fulmer SPONSORS Miss Elizabeth Saumierson Mrs. Carolyn Shepard GAMMA TRI-HI-Y PRESIDENT Ellen Griffin VICE PRESIDENT Mary Ann Thornton SECRETARY Jane Fogle TREASURER Jerrie Fordham PARLIAMENTARIAN Sandra Holloway SPONSORS Mrs. Evelyn Fleming Miss Frances Teasley PURPOSE—To create, maintain, and extend throughout school and community high standards of Christian character. EPSILON TRI-HI-Y PRESIDENT DeAnne Moore VICE PRESIDENT Jan Davis SECRETARY Saundra Williams TREASURER Jeanelle Wiggins CLUB REPORTER Edwina Davis PARLIAMENTARIAN Anne Shackelford SPONSORS Mrs. Jeanne Park Mrs. T. R. Thornton PURPOSE—To create, maintain, and extend throughout school and community high standards of Christian character. STELLA KALMON FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA PRESIDENT Bobby Forester VICE PRESIDENT Doris Staton SECRETARY Ann Pollock TREASURER Janeth Farris PRESS REPORTER Anita Weaver PARLIAMENTARIAN Marilyn Brunson SPONSORS Miss Ina Randitt Miss Helen Crosby PURPOSE—To learn about the opportunities in teaching, to cultivate the qualities essential in a good teacher, to study the lives of great teachers, and to foster the development of student leadership.DOC’S AUTOMOTIVE CLUB PRESIDENT Bcrnie Oliver VICE PRESIDENT Ralph Gay SECRETARY-TREASURER Hilton Segler PARLIAMENTARIAN Wynton Gay PHOTOGRAPHER Rudolph Moore SPONSOR Herbert J. Watson CHEERY OPERATORS OF THE KITCHEN PRESIDENT Annette Edwards VICE PRESIDENT Doretha Connell SECRETARY Linda Plummer TREASURER Margaret Barbre PRESS REPORTER Louise Hyde SPONSOR Mrs. Jack Mil ward PURPOSE—To improve our skill in homemaking.PRESIDENT ........................ Larry Hobby VICE PRESIDENT Nathan McCrary SECRETARY-TREASURER Sylvia Lewis SERGEANT-AT-ARMS —................. Cecil Smith PUBLICITY AGENT John Martin SPONSOR Hugh E. Darley PURPOSE—To aid American Youth in that they take the responsibility of holding a job through which they gain self-confidence which in turn enables them to contribute to the community. Allen Autry Joe Barr Ronnie Bolton Richard Brewer Jackie Brown Fred Crosson Bobby Driskell Shirley Edwards Marie Fowler Byron Haire Sam Hammond Bobby Joe Harrell Donald Hart Marion Hay Larry Hobby Pat Horton Charles Jackson Willard Jewell Sylvia Lewis Magoline Lindsey John Martin Martha Jean McCook Nathan McCrary Ronnie Moree Joe Nix Gilbert Osborne Ernest Price Lamar Pritchard Loren Segroves Cecil Smith J. W. Smith Marcia Stephens Joanne Storey dean Thompson Jerry Walker Delores WhatleyANCHOR CLUB PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER REPORTER DIRECTORS: Senior Junior Sophomore SPONSOR ....... Peggy Pearce Anne Ruffin ..... Barbara Bennett Diane Flowers Beth Davis Sybil Rifkin Bettye Willis ............... Ellen Griffin Mrs. Dorothy McConachie PURPOSE—The Anchor Club seeks to benefit the school and community. The Club strives to develop initiative and leadership and provide experience in living and working together. The Club cooperates with the school principal and prepares for useful citizenship. Barbara Bennett Marilyn Brunson Beth Davis Rose Denson Beverly Durden Diane Flowers Jean Gilliam Jane Green Martha Green Patti Green Ellen Griffin Jeanette Henderson Eleanor Howard Marty Macbeth Gail Meeks Peggy Pearce Sybil Rifkin Karen Robinson Shirley Royals Ann Ruffin Rosemary Smith Dorothy Ward Bettye WillisPRESIDENT.................. VICE PRESIDENT ............ SECRETARY-TREASURER PRESS REPORTER ....... PARLIAMENTARIAN ........... SPONSOR ........... Max Key Wayne Carlton .... Leon Perrett Roy Medlin John Crosby ... S. H. Green PURPOSE—To further the study of electronics for the betterment of the Albany Public Schools.MACH CHASERS CHIEF PILOT TEST PILOT ...... PUBLIC INFORMATION FINANCE OFFICER SERCEANT-AT-ARMS SPONSOR Ray Johnston Eve Ann Duke ------ Ernest Price Bobby Joe Harrell ----- David Fouche Mrs. H. E. McNabb PURPOSE—To acquaint ourselves and others with the power, scope, and opportunities of aviation today, in every phase, military, civil, commercial, and private. Bill Bennett Jim Bowles Jack Brown John Dubose Eve Ann Duke Newlyn Edmonds Bobby Erkhart David Fouche Eugene Griffin Bobby Joe Harrell Horace Holley Ray Johnston Waymon Kimbrel Homer Nolan Eugene Pearson Ernest Price Billy Scott Mendell Turner Ronald Weinmann Cecil Williams Sandra WrayPRESIDENT Frank Orgel VICE PRESIDENT Mabry Phillips SECRETARY ......................... John Huie TREASURER Edgar Campbell SPONSORS Bernie Reid, John Tillitiski, Pat Field, Jack O’Brien PURPOSE—To promote good citizenship, sportsmanship, and fair play in all phases of life.J. 0. AUSTIN HENTZ BARINEAU WALTER BOOTH WILLIS BOWLES WAYNE CARLTON JACK CLANTON BILLY CREEL MIKE DOYALLARRY EDWARDS MARSHALL FLEMING DAVID FOUCHE CHARLES FUSSELL1955 FOOTBALL With a powerful line and a fast backfield, the Albany Indians started the season in fine style and seemed to improve with every game until they were stopped by La Grange. The Tribe copped :beir first three games from Grady, Columbus, and R. E. Lee before they fell to the Grangers. Things looked dim when they followed this loss by one to Valdosta, and then, after topping Baker, they were defeated by underdog Jordan. But the Redmen showed what kind of a team they really were by climbing out of the ditch and rolling over their last three foes. As expected, they trampled Commercial, but they startled the experts when they felled first place Lanier with a 13-7 blow. The Indians then made it a third place finish when they nipped Moultrie, 12-7. HAROLD KINC MIKE KNIGHT JAMES MACOLLY BILL MAXWELL ALAN McDOWELL DAN McINTYRE mac McWilliams eddie mote Howard mullis frank orgel jan parham durward PENNINGTONFootball Team THE 1955 FOOTBALL SCORES Albany 12 Grady ... 0 Albany 32 Columbus ... 6 Albany 27 R. E. Lee .14 Albany 6 La Grange . 27 Albany 12 Valdosta 27 Albany 33 Baker 19 Albany 6 Jordan 13 Albany.- 26 Commercial ...13 Albany 13 Lartier ... 7 Albany .12 Moultrie ... 7 LARRY PRISANT CURTIS RHODES JAMIL SABA JAMES SANDERS OTHO SANDERS MOT SHEMWELL JOHN STONECYPHER ED STRICKLAND HUGH WALLACE MILLEDCE WHITE HARVEY WILLIS BOBBY WILLSShirley Austin Margaret Barbre Martha Cheney Barbara Ann Davis Glenda Eubanks THE 1955-1956 BASKETBALL SCORES Albany.... Albany . . 24 38 Albany 35 Albany . 31 Albany 55 Albany Albany 16 26 Albany. .18 Albany 17 Albany 32 Albany 29 Albany 29 Albany 49 Albany 51 Albany 30 50 Albany H) Edison 40 Cuthbert 49 Cordele 69 Donalsonville .......... 53 Moultrie 56 Thomaston 53 Moultrie 45. Jakin 39 Baker County 48 Thomaston .............. 58 Baker County ------------41 Georgia Southwestern —59 Linda Giles Linda Harrell Yvonne Hatcher Kathleen Howard JoAnn HowellLa Verne Knight Joan Land Lottie Land Ada Lou Perry Faye Perry Lacking in experience after losing four starters. Coach Chappell Collin’s Squaws staggered through a rough 1955-1956 season. The team was hampered by the lack of strong reserves, but the girls fought hard in every contest. Carolyn Tolbert dominated the scoring throughout the season. In one game she netted 30 points, and in another she racked up 26 of her team’s 29 markers. As the season progressed, Glenda Eubanks began to shine and teamed with Tolbert to form a fine one-two punch. Margaret Barbre’s experience at guard was a valuable asset, as was Barbara Ann Davis’ speed at the same position. Ada Lou Perry, another guard, was a sparkplug on defense. Joan Land’s height and Faye Perry’s steadiness sparked the team at forward. Lottie Land, Yvonne Hatcher, Shirley Austin, Patsy Smith, Martha Cheney, Kathleen Howard, Shirley Carter, Jo Ann Howell, and Jean Twilley rounded out the rest of the squad. The Squaws lost four straight games until they finally vanquished Edison in an upset, 46-40. Patsy Smith Faye Swain Carolyn Tolbert Jean T-willey Betty WillisRoger Aycock Robert Denson H. C. Douthit Tommy Herndon Jimmy McDonald THE 1955-1956 BASKETBALL SCORES Albany 57 Cuthbert 55 Albany 58 Bass 46 Albany 66 Grady 50 51 62 . 59 55 Albany 59 Cuthbert 42 52 48 Albany 60 Columbus ... 57 Albany 71 Moultrie 38 Albany 60 Thomaston 62 Albany 50 Baker 62 ... 68 51 51 41 Albany 59 Roosevelt 48 . 61 44 99 59 Albany 61Boasting five returning lettermen, the 1955-1956 edition of Coach O'Brien’s Albany Indians started the season in fine shape. The Tribe was picked to fight it out with Lanier, Columbus, Thomaston, and Moultrie. The five returning lettermen were Captain Jimmy Wester (6’ 1”), John Huie (6’ 2”), Frank Orgel (6’ l' J, Robert Denson (6’ 1”), and H. C. Douthit (6’ 1”). All five were seniors; and Wester, Huie, and Douthit had previously lettered two years, so the squad was blessed with experience. Moving in from out of state were Roger Aycock and Tommy Herndon. The 1954-1955 “B” team sent Jimmy McDonald, Milledge White, Durward Pennington, Dan McIntyre, and Jamil Saba to the crew. After dropping their first Region 1-AA tilt, the Tribesmen were victorious in their next four games before falling to Thomaston. They then dropped three straight, including two overtime contests, before they trounced the Moultrie Packers for the second time. After thumping Roosevelt to make a clean sweep of the Atlanta schools, the Redmen faced four games with 1-AA foes. JACK O'BRIEN Varsity Coach JOHN TILLITSKI “fi” Team CoachBASEBALL-1956 First row, left to right: Coach Pat Field. Milledge White, Larry Prisant, Durwood Pennington, Donald Southwell, Marshall Fleming, and W:ayne Carlton. Second row: Bill Buntin, Robert Denson, Lavon Peyton, Jamil Saba, Jack McDaniel, and Harold King. 1955 BASEBALL SCORES Albany 8 Americus 16 Albany 4 A.B.A.C. . ... 7 Albany.. 4 Lanier 8 Albany 1 Moultrie 9 Albany 7 Edison 6 Albany 13 Dawson 7 Albany.. 3 Americus 2 Albany 8 Tallahassee 11 Albany 0 Moultrie 9 Albany.. 5 Lanier ... 13 Albany 8 Miller County 7 Albany 1 Baker 4 Albany 2 Tallahassee 3TRACK 1955 TRACK TEAM First row, left to right: Donald Wells, Bobby Mallard, Ronnie Keel, Sonny Cobb, Walter Dees, Sherwood Collins, and Don Goodroe. Second row: Billy Creel, Willis Ball, Gordon Bradwell, Charles Ward, Jimmy McDonald, Randy Pollard, Ted Mauldin, Henry Wortman, and Bill Maxwell. Third row: Bobby Wills, Manager; Chappell Collins and Bernie Reid, Coaches. GOLF 1955 GOLF TEAM Left to right: David Cloud, Phillip Feagan, Jimmy Dickinson, Bobby Frank, and Wilson Joiner.First row, left to right: Carolyn Tolbert, Sandra Holloway, Pat Johnston, Judy Madson, Arlene Cuthbertson, Linda Gotsch, Shirley Austin, Margaret Hatcher. Second row: Pearl Cargill, Instructor; Margaret Barbre, Helen Jenkins, Sylvia Irvin, Linda Leeger, Jerrie Fordham, Nancy Pierson, Gladys Dollar, Glenda Eubanks. BOYS’ TENNIS -1955 GIRLS’ TENNIS -1956 First row, left to right: Beecher Taylor, George Dozier, Ross Malone, Charles Stewart. Second row: Jimmy Phillips, Karl Heinzman, Frantz Lipsey, and Coach R. F. Sperry.ifaborites Z RAINES WAKEFORD FRED SUMTER NANCY LEEGER RONNIE KEEL LINDA JONES DAVID ADAMS MARY DALE VANSANT TERRY COLEMANCLASS PROPHECY Time: 1966 Place: Mills Memorial Stadium Occasion: Reunion of the Class of ’56 A decade has passed since the halls of A.H.S. were last graced by the effervescent personalities of the class of ’56, and this joyous event finds the class attending the homecoming game of their Alma Mater. The A.H.S. team, inspired by such outstanding All-Americans as J. 0. AUSTIN and JAMIL SABA, has continued to grow and to improve. Tonight their challenger is Notre Dame who is picked as the underdog. As the alumni begin to arrive, famous television mistress of ceremonies, PEGGY PEARCE, points out the celebrities. The first to arrive are Mr. and Mrs. FRANTZ LIPSEY. Mrs. Lipsey, known to her millions of fans as MARTY MACBETH, is now starring in the current Broadway hit, “Ten Year Scratch,” directed and produced by Mr. LIPSEY. This play, written by the famous playwright, AL LOVELESS, recently won the Pulitzer prize. Seen next is movie queen DOROTHY WARD, escorted by Fab Punter, who is leaving early to attend the world premier of her new movie, “Leave Me or Me Leave.” The crowd looks with admiration at the next celebrity; immediately they recognize him as the great tap dancer. FRANK ORGEL. Talking with him is SYLVIA LEWIS, who is now teaching bop at Ty-Ty Tech. BILL GARRISON, famed bandleader of the Baronettes, an all-girl band, and BRYAN GLASS, now a member of the Marine Band, join them. Others among the musically inclined are concert pianist, PONNY MANUEL; CHARLES GREENWAY and JOAN LAND, a recording team; and GLORIA MARTIN whose record, “Teaching Your Parakeet to Talk,” has just sold its millionth copy. Busy gathering juicy bits of gossip for Modern Scream, a movie magazine, is BEVERLY DURDEN. She is now interviewing JANETH FARRIS, who was recently named “Covergirl of the Month.” KAY REYNOLDS, now owner of the Lick-Proof Lipstick Corporation and ETHEL BROACH, queen of the Old Silver Tobacco Corporation, are discussing their enterprizes. Hair stylists, JEAN GOOLSBY and ELAINE GOODIN, have also been detained by Miss Durden. Among the homemakers here today are JACKIE BROWN, JO ANN ROYAL, HAZEL BLOUNT, JANE BAILEY, MARTHA McCOOK and LYN-ETTE LAYSON. They are discussing their children with teachers, SHARON GRIMES and BEVERLY HALL, who are now teaching nursery school at Jill and Jack Kindergarten, and BARBARA FORD, MARIE FOWLER, BARBARA HARROD, and MARY SIZEMORE, who are employed by the Home Econdmics Department at A.H.S. Already seated are some outstanding personalities from the class of ’56. EDWARD LAW, an outstanding lecturer, is now doing a series of lectures on “The Common Use of the Brain in Everyday Life.” Noted in the medical field is OTTIS GILES, a brain specialist. Equally outstanding is-JOEL LAND, a theologian. Standing in line at the concession stand is RITCHY M. MARBURY, III, with his lovely wife and his three, sons, Ritchey IV, V, and VI. Directly behind him are FRANCES SHADBURN, who has gained fame in the literary field with her detective stories, and RICHARD BREWER, now referred to as the Sir Walter Scott of Modern Times. Also connected with the literary field is JEAN MATHIS, current editor of Agricultural Bulletin No. 25 ANN RUFFIN, a professional beachcomber, is relating some of her exciting adventures to JANE GREEN, a famous fortune-teller, and LLOYD GOLDSTEIN, a big game hunter, also has some tales to tell. DIANNA LANG, who raises Siamese cats, is listening eagerly. WILLIAM ASHBERRY, current King of the Wild Frontier and JOYCE HANCOCK, Program Chairman of D.A.C. (Daughters of American Convicts) are sitting with MARCIA STEPHENS, a famous psychiatrist. MARILYN BRUNSON makes a grand entrance with her husband, a millionaire from Cuba. DALE BRASWELL, who puts raisins in raisin bran, is listening to LYNWOOD ALLIGOOD, who drives a street cleaner, DONALD SOUTHWELL, currently driving a sight-seeing bus in Seesburg, and DONALD SHIRLEY, a San Francisco trolley operator. CECIL SMITH and LARRY BRYAN, zoo keepers, are conversing with MARY SPIVEY, a snake charmer, and ALLEN SNIDER, who narrates “Travel Talks” in the movies. We see HERMAN ROBERTS, a tobacco auctioneer, and MARTHA LE SUEUR, who writes unabridged dictionaries, arguing over the uses of proper diction. We notice that four of our most noted alumni are absent. The names of PAT ADAMS, CAROLINE ROBISON, BILL SHACKELFORD, and HILTON SEGLER, are appearing id the leading newspapers because they have just left on a rocketship to the moon. PAT, a noted Latin teacher, plans to take a survey on “How Many Moon-Men Speak Latin?” BILL, a noted scientist, has invented ,the rocket ship and is going along for the ride while HILTON SEGLER is pilot, and CAROLINE ROBINSON is the beautiful stewardess. Over to the side can be seen our leading business executives discussing business. JIMMY BELL is owner of Old-Way Cleaners and gets most of his business from PEGGY HATCHER and SYBIL RIFKIN, buyers from Tracy’s, a famous department store in New York. DORTHY RAGAN, a noted chiropractor and FRANK SADLER, who won all honors in the sports events at the Olympics, are discussing FRANK’S latest discovery “Sun-baby’s Sun Tan Lotion.” ROSS MALONE, president of Malone Muffler Company, is running from one group to another while J. W. SMITH, president of General Motors, PENNY McDANIEL, lady barbershop operator, and WINSTON ALVERSON, president of Georgia Pea Pickers’ Association, cattle king CHARLES FUSSELL, and BUBBA PHILLIPS, owner of Silver Glow Dairy, are discussing their similar occupations. PHIL FAGAN and TOMMY FOGLE are standing near one of the popcorn machines operated by RAINES WAKEFORD. DAN BROOKS is managing the other. They are still feuding, as usual, and are competing for the popcorn concession business tonight. Raines’ motto is “I’m never too pooped to pop.” PHIL and TOMMY, reporters for the Times, are interviewing RENE BARNETT, U. S. Ambassador to France, and Georgia’s two great senators, BYRON HAIRE and ESTOL BEL-FLOWER. DONALD BELT, photographer for the same noted newspaper, is taking pictures of SHIRLEY ROYALS, who is the World’s Champion Baton Twirler. Albany’s mayor, SUHAYL RA-FEEDIE, and CARL HANCOCK, mayor of Leesburg, join the group. GENE McCALL, a bookie who really gets around, is talking about the races to a group which includes RALPH GAY, a lighthouse keeper, JOHN STONECYPHER, principal of Broad Street School, and DONALD HART, who drives a semi-truck. MARTHA HACKNEY, famous woman lawyer, enters with her husband, a celebrated Spanish matador, and quickly runs to speak to her old friend PATTI GREEN, who now writes jokes for the FRANK THURMOND Comedy Hour. Incidentally, FRANK is talking to the coach right now, and with him is ROY LIPSEY, who pads cells for the Milledgeville Asylum. Standing near this group is another one which includes DWIGHT SLOCUMB, editor of the Saturday Review, and WARREN SHIVER, professor of English at Harvard. About twenty others are listening to their brilliant conversation. Among these fascinated listeners is JAN CROCK, a stenographer from a New York business firm. Coming through the gate next, we see a group of busy, efficient secretaries who have taken time off from their typewriters and shorthand books to come tonight. They are DORIS STATON, MARGARET BARBRE.' NELL BEARRY, and CARO-LYN FLOYD; CAROLYN is now secretary to the ROBERT FOWLER Insurance Company. Seated in Section “C” we see a group of alumni discussing the changing of the tide in the Dead Sea. They are JIMMY RAMSEY and LOREN SEAGROVES, who are whalers; CURTIS RHODES, frogman in Brazil; LAMAR SOPER, sponge diver, and MAGOLINE LINDSEY, who just broke the world’s record while swimming the English Channel underwater. Coming in now is DAVID ADAMS, who made good use of his artistic talent by forging and counterfeiting. He is now the art editor of the Alcatraz Weekly. Following his closely is JACK HURST, who plays Mack Hammer in the new Edgar Allan Poe mystery series. Close behind BETTY MARINO and LAYNETTE McCORKLE, lifeguards at Cape Cod Bay, we see LONNIE GIBSON, who has just won the Kentucky Derby on his famous horse, Lady of Leisure. RONNIE BOLTON and SAM HAMMOND enter next, both handcuffed, as they are rival prize fighters. LA LA ALLIGOOD, a professional woman wrestler, walks between them. Next we see WILLIAM LEWIS, world renowned waterboy for the Doerun Devils. It is rumored that he has spilled more-water than any waterboy in history. TED MAULDIN and WILLIS BALL enter, still talking about the soap box derbies which they almost won. We now recognize NANCY LEEGER, President of East Albany Motorcycle Club, by her goggles and cap. She is notoriously known as the Terror of Highway 19. CHARLES JACKSON, parliamentarian of the same club, joins this group. WILLIS BOWLES and HENTZ BARINEAU, football coaches at Acree, are seen climbing over the fence at the north end. They forgot their tickets. JAMES MACOLLY comes in next, but not alone. Still the most eligible bachelor in Georgia, he is followed by twenty-seven freshman girls at A.H.S. BENNIE HARRIS comes in slightly dazed, as he has just now finished a non-stop trip around the world in a car. The reunion of the class of ’56 is indeed a glorious occasion. As you can readily see, the members of this class have known happiness and success during the past decade.LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the graduating class of 1956, being of sound mind and body, do hereby establish the following bequests: Ann Rose leaves her frivolous ways to quiet Kay Barrett. Mary Dale Vansant wills her vivacious personality and happy grin to Beth Davis. Rip Clark leaves his ability to get into trouble to quiet Billy Lloyd. Wilma Muse and Bill Wingfield leave their places in the band to some ambitious band students. Max Key leaves . . . taking his Thunderbird with him. James Johnston and Gail Meeks leave their positions on the THRONATEESKA staff to two lucky juniors. Alan McDowell leaves his build to Wesley Darley. Donald Poole leaves his ability to operate the public address system to Donald Wells. Ronnie Keel leaves . . . the school will never be the same. Peggy Eubanks and Jeanette Henderson leave their ability to stay friends to Jerrie Fordham and Jane Whitman. Monte Krissman leaves his position as business manager of the POW WOW to some lucky person. Bobby Hawkins leaves his ring with Elizabeth Norras. Jimmy Watkins leaves . . . still flirting with girls. Anne Pollock leaves her teaching ability to Barbara Patton. Bill Crotwell leaves his ability to be well-dressed to any junior boy who can afford it. Harold King leaves his position as center on the football team to Milledge White. Shirley Johns and Sue Daniel leave to take up housekeeping. Gladys Dollar leaves those quiet naps in biology to anyone lucky enough to get away with it. Sylvia Irvin leaves to join Walter. John Martin and Tommy Oxley leave ... inseparable as ever. Caroline Collins leaves for West Point. Rose Denson leaves her ever-lovin’ bottle of peroxide to Ann Summerford. Terry Coleman and Bob Duggleby leave for Hollywood to give Marlon Brando trouble. Antionette Carter leaves as quietly as she entered. Mac McWilliams leaves still trying to win an argument. John Crosby and Jimmie Johnson leave with the school in an uproar. Larry Womack leaves still blushing. Edgar Campbell, Wayne Carlton, Larry Prisant, and Ed Strickland leave those long, tedious afternoons of football practice to anyone out for the glory of it. Barbara Summerville leaves and for some strange reason the school is quiet again. Tricia Carroll leaves to join the Metropolitan. Robert Denson leaves us to give Don Newcomb competition on the Dodgers. Allen Autry, Jack Monfort, Bernie Oliver, Willard Jewell, Larry Hobby, and Ronny Moree leave rejoicing. Fred Sumter leaves some mighty big shoes for some ambitious junior to fill. Louise Terry and Linda Plummer leave still talking. Sydney Cartwright leaves for parts unknown to study music. Lynn Clark leaves to be a fashion designer. Linda Jones leaves the task of accompanying the Glee Club to some ambitious junior. Vivian Corbin, Ada Lou Perry, Mary Ann Poole, Doris Howell, Clara Nell Varner, Carolyn Tolbert, Joanne Storey, Jane Tolbert, and Delores Whatley leave to join the business world. Noel Whittemore, Jr. leaves, While THE POW WOW grieves. Ann Earl Mull wills her majorette uniform to Anice Niblett. Marion Hay leaves still in a daze. Marcia Webb leaves her soft, sweet voice to Martha Green.John Huie leaves—“Ain’t That A Shame?” Fred Crosson leaves the Beta Club. Ida Frances English leaves all the boys to the underclassmen. Shirley Edwards leaves her sweet, unchanged disposition to anyone who can keep it. Eleanor Howard leaves . . . Young Harris College welcomes her. Susie Whittaker leaves her place as head cheerleader to Janie Turner. Jean Hunter leaves her place in the Beta Club to some ambitious, hard-working junior. Anita Weaver and Bernardene Dixon leave their places as majorettes to Nannelle Miller and Elizabeth Logan. Majorie Pollock leaves her pretty brown eyes to Jeannine Phillips. Lamar Pritchard regretfully leaves Mary Carolyn Lee. Denny Cain leaves with Bobby Forester. Gordon Johnson, Lynwood Howell, Johnny Johnson, and Wilson Joiner leave with a great big smile. Ann Kanaley leaves her firey red hair to Ann Anderson. Arlene Wooten and Dorothy Hout quietly leave. Horace Holley leaves still worrying about report cards. Kathy Olds leaves her Little Theatre work to Sally Hutchinson. Chloe Perry leaves her quiet, innocent looks to Gale Batey. Betty Holt leaves her ability to say something nice about everybody to Ruth Sasser. Henry Menefee leaves in his hot rod. H. C. Douthit and Jimmy Wester leave their ability to “ring the basket” to Jerry Deen and Milledge White. Weldon Hayes, Charles Taliaferro, Charles Tolbert, Gilbert Osborne, and Hubert Tomberlin leave their ability to do nothing and get away with it to the underclassmen boys. Merille Miller leaves to join the Betty Grable-Sheree North team. Jimmy McDonald leaves his place in the Movie Operators’ Club to Walter Rhyne. Connie Peel leaves her irresponsible ways to Charlotte Chapman. Dan Story leaves his wavy hair to Charles Stubbs. Floyd Wagner leaves his place in the Future Farmers of America to Bobby Hall. Joe Taylor leaves rejoicing at this good fortune. Helen Kiser leaves her good qualities of leadership to Mary Ann Thornton. Edward Ivey, Leon Perrett, and Tommy Herrington leave their places in the Glee Club to Spec Leach, Lanny Mays, and Mott Shemwell. Teresa Myers and Tommy Holland leave hand in hand. Henry Wortman leaves his track ability to anybody who deserves it. Lynn Colquitt wills his dependability to the few people who can uphold it. Justine Taylor, Cather Wilmer, Vernell McDuffie, Nell Moore, and Doretha Connell leave to face the world with a great, big smile. Victoria Wilson leaves . . . taking with her the nicest person we know—herself! Gordon Kilgore leaves his hunting gear to all A.H.S. sportsmen. Angela Clyatt leaves her ability to make such beautiful clothes to any junior who has time and patience enough to do it. George Dozier leaves—quietly taking with him his diploma in one hand and his dancing instructions in the other. Peggy Wolfe leaves gladly her twelve years of seriousness and quietness behind her. Linda Cartee leaves to assist Maude Evelyn Murphy in teaching dancing lessons. Bobby Driskell leaves his ability to walk into class late to anyone who can get away with it. Wade Whitley leaves his great mathematical mind to Jimmy Cain. Toni Magers wills her ability to make up the POW WOW to Rembert Glass.atobertteersiYou and your bank can make a great team! C S Congratulates you young men and women of theclass of’56 on a job well done. Our community is proud of you, and we have great hopes for your future. Now that you are about to make careers for yourselves, we would like to pass on a tip to speed your success: team up with a good bank, and use it for your every money need. There are many good banks. Any of them will be anxious to help you succeed in managing your money — an essential step in getting ahead, either in business or in personal affairs. Your Banker will be able to help you best if he knows you and your problem intimately. The best way to get started: open a bank account now, in any amount. As you go through life, you’ll find that your banker can help you in many ways. He can help you plan a financial program .. . help you get started right, saving for a “nest egg”. He can help with important business decisions. In some cases, he can give you tips on persons to see — or even introductions. By making a sound banking connection now, you set up a source of information, advice and help that will pay you big returns as long as you live. The CITIZENS 1T BANK i SOUTHERN n ALBANY Member Federol Deposit Insurance CorporationOUR COMPLIMENTS to ALBANY HIGH SCHOOL CITY GIN MILL COMPANY Hay—Grain—Feed "Pond Lily Meal" 1023 Oglethorpe ALBANY GEORGIA COMPLIMENTS of ALBANY DRUG COMPANY 12 South Slappey Drive HE 6-1518 and PALMYRA PHARMACY 100 North Slappey Drive HE 2-0568 Compliments Compliments of of ALBANY BILL BUNTIN'S WOOD PRODUCTS Dry Cleaners COMPANY 111 North Jackson ONE DAY SERVICE CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Compliments Lots of Luck of Now Let's Talk About a New Cadillac. AULTMAN'S USED CARS WHITTINGTON'S 848 West Oglethorpe ALBANY GEORGIA ALBANY SHEET METAL WORKS Compliments W. H. SAPP, Manager of Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors NO JOB COLUMBIA TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL BAKING COMPANY HE 6-1651 122 Front Street ALBANY GEORGIA Compliments of JOHNSTON-SLAUGHTER AUTO SHOP "We Specialize in Body Repairs" 914 WEST BROAD AVENUE Compliments of FOUR POINTS SUPER MARKET FOUR POINTS DRUG STORE RADIUM SPRINGS SUPER MARKET SYLCREE RESTAURANT AND MOTEL Private Dining Room Wonderful Food HE 2-1377 Compliments of ED EDMONDS FLOOR COVERING COMPANY HITSON CLEANERS and SHIRT LAUNDRY 912 West Broad Avenue HE 6-1 141 Compliments of THE MONCRIEFS The South's Most Talked About Casual Living Shop ALBANY, GEORGIA Good Luck, Seniors! MODERN GAS COMPANY, INCORPORATED 1605 SYLVESTER ROAD A-ONE SERVICE STATION Standard Oil Products 24-Hour Service Corner Washington and Oglethorpe HE 5-5142 250 FREE PARKING SPACES CLYDE'S ENGINE WORKS CLYDE A. WALLACE, Owner and Operator "A Complete Automotive Engine Service" Rebuilt Engines Engine Parts 613 Pine Avenue He 5-4178 ALBANY, GEORGIA CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES Quality Furniture Drexel American Menqel Continental Kroehler Empire BROWN FURNITURE COMPANY 511 Broad Avenue Compliments ALBANY OIL COMPANY 201 East Broad Avenue ALBANY, GEORGIA SHELL OIL JOBBER Compliments of COATS AND CLARK INCORPORATED ALBANY, GEORGIA HE 2-621 1 tysieaZ Thmed tk 7%A£aoi Compliments of KINNETTS DAIRIES MELTON MOTOR COMPANY 81 1 Pine Avenue HE 6-1067 STUDEBAKERLYKES' BROTHERS, INCORPORATED OF GEORGIA "The South's Most Progressive Packers" Compliments of BOB'S CANDY and PEANUT COMPANY Albany, Georgia Compliments of WATSON'S STANDARD STATION Compliments of CROW'S DRUG COMPANY Compliments of WAKEFORD INSURANCE AGENCY, INCORPORATED GENERAL INSURANCE 238 Pine Avenue Compliments of SUNLITE CLEANERS H AND M MOTORS DODGE VALUE LEADER OF THE FORWARD LOOKNo other cola gives you more refreshment - more pick-up -and RC IS BEST BY TASTE-TEST! What a buy! RC gives you two full glasses — not one — in the BIG bottle. What a cola! RC is best by taste-test — the favorite cola of more than 140 Hollywood stars. Today and every day, at work or play, reach for Royal Crown Cola for the best in refreshment- Yes, RC makes you feel like new! N E H I Bottling Co., Inc. 1308 N. Jefferson St. ALBANY, GEORGIACompliments of THE STYLE SHOP 103 North Washington Compliments of CHANDLER'S COAL and OIL COMPANY Compliments of MINGLEDORFFS INCORPORATED Air Conditioning—Heating 511 Roosevelt Avenue ALBANY, GEORGIA i ■ IALBANY ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.| ROOSEVELT Commercial Refrigeration for McCRAY REFRIGERATION Telephone HE 5-8841 L. L LANE, Distributors Nights, Sundays, and Holidays Call Long Distance—Oakfield, Georgia 800 RADIUM SPRINGS ROAD Compliments of McCOLLUM'S KLEEN-IT KLEANERS 1703 SYLVESTER ROAD Phone HE 5-8711 JIM DENSON TRANSFER AND STORAGE Phone HE 2-2911 743 East Broad Avenue ALBANY, GEORGIA Troy, Alabama Albany, Georgia Greenville, Mississippi ROSENBERG BROTHERS Albany, Georgia SERVING ALBANY AND SOUTHWEST GEORGIA FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS "Southwest Georgia's Foremost Department Store" HAL AND ED'S Men's Wear ALBANY, GEORGIA Compliments ALBANY TRUST AND BANKING COMPANY 21 2% INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS Member of Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationGood Luck to the 1956 Seniors ALBANY CANDY COMPANY Compliments of ALBANY HOUSEFURNISHINGS COMPANY ALBANY BRIKCRETE MANUFACTURING COMPANY SOWEGA COLORCRETE COMPANY 940 Roosevelt Alley HE 5-4634 Compliments of BURTON'S SHOE STORE Shoes for the Entire Family 240 BROAD AVENUE Compliments of BELK'S DEPARTMENT STORE TO THE 1956 SENIORS 215 Broad Avenue Compliments of BENNETT SEED AND SUPPLY COMPANY Compliments of BUSH BROTHERS SERVICE STATION 501 Broad Avenue PHONE HE 2-0234FIRST STATE BANK OF ALBANY OFFICERS J. T. HALEY, Chairman of Board J. R. PINKSTON, President GEORGE H. JOINER, Executive Vice President WILLIAM C. HOLMAN, Vice President HAROLD B. WETHERBEE, Vice President JOHN H. GLENN, JR., Vice President FRED N. SUMTER, Cashier KATHLEEN C. BISHOP, Assistant Cashier GEORGE W. TURNER, Assistant Cashier ROBERT C. HAM, Assistant Cashier A. T. FLOWERS, Auditor JOE S. CHAMPION, Vice President and Trust Officer DIRECTORS J. FRANK BAIN Bain Peanut Company IRVIN B. CALLAWAY Personal Investments ALLEN CHURCHWELL Churchwell's S. J. CURRY S. J. Curry Company HERBERT P. HALEY President, Albany Coca-Cola Bottling Company J. T. HALEY Chairman of Board WILLIAM C. HOLMAN Personal Investments GEORGE JOHNSTON Johnston Oil Company GEORGE H. JOINER Executive Vice President HOLLIS LANIER Hollis Lanier Company J. R. PINKSTON President SPENCER C. WALDEN, JR. Walden and Kirkland, Realtors HAROLD B. WETHERBEE President, Flint River Cotton Mills Checks on This Bank Payable at Par Through Federal Reserve System DEPOSITS INSURED UP TO $10,000 BY THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationCompliments of ROYAL SUPER MARKETS Number 1—707 East Broad Number II—Sylvester Road at Five Points CHURCHWELL'S DEPARTMENT STORE J. L. ANDERSON, Manager For Fifty Years Clothiers of High School and College Students of Southwest Georgia NO NORTH WASHINGTON STREET Phone HE 2-6281 Compliments of BRUCE JONES COMPANY "Your Parts Jobber" ALBANY, GEORGIA Compliments of ROYAL ICE CREAM PARLOR TIP TOP CAFETERIA AND GRILL GOOD FOOD AND GOOD HOSPITALITY 242 Broad Avenue Compliments of LIPSEY HEATING AND PLUMBING COMPANY Richard L. Willis Paul D. Lipsey Paul D. Lipsey, Jr. Compliments of the LAUNDROMAT 125 NORTH SLAPPEYCompliments of ALBANY POLICE DEPARTMENT Congratulations and Best Wishes to Senior Class of 1956 From the ALBANY BAR ASSOCIATION THE BOOK AND SIFT SHOP INCORPORATED Gifts for All Occasions 212 Pine Avenue Albany, Georgia Compliments of CLINE'S CLEANERS DYERS KEEL DRUG COMPANY We Don't Meet Competition We Make Competition DEAL WITH KEEL FREE DELIVERY 1009 North Monroe DOCTOR'S CENTER HE 2-1203 Compliments of STRICKLAND'S BARBER SHOP 234 PINE AVENUE BEST WISHES AULTMAN MOTOR COMPANY Cadillac - Pontiac Sales and Service Phone HE-6-2431 948 Oglethorpe Avenue ALBANY, GEORGIA ALBANY GEORGIA Compliments of GILBERTS "House of 1000 Fabrics" 220 Broad Avenue Phone HE 6-2672 Tallahassee, Florida ALBANY, GEORGIA Pensacola, Florida £x%tci ite tyetveCry Compliments of SAVELLE JEWELRY COMPANY I I I North Washington Street Telephone HE 5-5654 Compliments of U-SAVE-IT PRESCRIPTION SHOP Phone HE 5-8351L. PRISANT Jewelers ALBANY, GEORGIA Compliments of GLOBE DEPARTMENT STORE Albany, Georgia OWENS Sporting Goods Hardware 214 BROAD AVENUE Compliments of BLANCHE'S Ladies' Ready-to-Wear 205 BROAD AVENUE Compliments of MORROW-COOK FURNITURE COMPANY 245 BROAD AVENUE Compliments of SAMPLE SHOE STORE 219 BROAD AVENUE Compliments of M-F-M TRUCK TRACTOR COMPANY Your International Harvester and Lilliston Implement Company Dealer Corner Broad and Slappey HE 6-2461 NU-WAY DRY CLEANERS Cash and Carry The Home of Quality Cleaning Phone HE 5-9722—306 Broad Avenue TRACY BELL, ManagerALBANY HOTEL AND RESTAURANT SUPPLY COMPANY, INCORPORATED W. E. Broadwell Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Supplies HE 2-0501 HE 2-0502 HE 2-0503 402-404 ROOSEVELT AVENUE, ALBANY, GEORGIA Compliments Compliments of of UNION STOCKYARDS CAPLAN'S W. M. STORY, Owner FURNITURE COMPANY Auction Each Wednesday 104 Broad Avenue 12:00 P. M. ALBANY, GEORGIA HE 2-7919 HE 2-7011 Fine Furniture for Your Home Compliments SMITH LUMBER of COMPANY WALTER R. THOMAS 113 Pine Avenue 212 Broad Avenue LUMBER—PAINT HE 2-2871 Compliments of Compliments of WIGGINS SILVER'S DRY CLEANERS 218 PINE AVENUECompliments of CONGRATULATIONS RADIUM SPRINGS We Wish for Your Future Every Success WALLACE CHEVROLET INCORPORATED 600 Pine Avenue AND HOTEL GORDON THE NEW ALBANY HOTEL SAM FARKAS, Manager Among Georgia's Finest ALBANY, GEORGIAFashions Compliments For of Discriminating Women PERRY TOWN AND COUNTRY SHOP 1002 North Slappey Drive BUSINESS SCHOOL ALBANY, GEORGIA Compliments Compliments of of SIMPSON AND LEWIS HAYES' CLOTHING COMPANY BARBER SHOP Men's and Boys' Shop Compliments Best Wishes of Seniors! ALBANY COAL COMPANY INCORPORTED ALBANY SAVINGS BANK COAL—FUEL OIL 118 NORTH JACKSON STREET PHILCO AND CROSLEY APPLIANCES We Welcome Your Savings 837 Flint Avenue Compliments CfL fa°f (t[ PIG 'N WHISTLE - | CLASSICS ILLUSTRATED The Best in Literature FINE PLACE TO EAT EBERHARDT NEWS AGENCY 110 North Slappey Drive sufi Penney’s w,,x 7| Sm a,t "The Family's Favorite Store" S. H. KRESS AND COMPANY ALBANY, GEORGIA ROBERT A. INMAN, INCORPORATED Men's Wear 214 Pine Avenue HE 6-2112 JOHNSTON-GLASS MEN'S SHOP 230 Pine Avenue 1 HARRISON'S SERV|OE STATION ImY ( Moultrie and Radium ly fesflS© Springs Roads w- Compliments of BUTLER FURNITURE COMPANY SAM L. RIFKIN 202 Broad Avenue Phone HE 5-3144 Compliments of Compliments SHARP'S of ALBANY HATTERS AND SHOE REBUILDERS GERST BROTHERS 103 South Jackson Street Phone HE 5-4271 FURNITURE COMPANY "Sowega's Leading Shoe Rebuilders" Compliments Compliments of of LOIS-ANNELLE SHOP FLINT RIVER COTTON MILL 113 North Washington Street North Monroe Street Phone HE 2-1671 Compliments Compliments of of RIO DOUG LEWIS' SERVICE STATION STORES TEXACO OIL AND GAS INCORPORATED Phone HE 5-9308 1428 North Jefferson Street DEESE-WHITTLE Home Equipment Stores JAMES L. McDANIEL, Manager "Complete Home Furnishers" ALBANY. GEORGIA HE 2-1422 128 BROAD AVENUE GOLDSMITH'S Sets the Style at A. H. S. 105 North Washington Street RICE'S SERVICE STATION Road Service For Your Gardens, Lawns, Camellias, Azaleas Use 8 A MiMRTil17 p M' Wheel Motor Balancing Cleaning Complete Line of Accessories HE 2-7231 860 West Oglethorpe COMPLIMENTS . of WOOD'S JEWELRY COMPANY ALBANY WAREHOUSE COMPANY ALBANY, GEORGIA Albany LINCOLN-MERCURY COMPANY 130-136 Broad AvenueCompliments A. C. and | c GORTATOWSKY Theatres - Insurance Compliments of GEORGE A. SMITH HORMEL COMPANY 900 Hint Avenue ALBANY. GEORGIA Compliments of IDEAL HEATING PLUMBING 107 Flint Avenue HE 6-1587 Compliments of EVERS - JORDAN FURNITURE COMPANY Compliments of EAST ALBANY LUMBER COMPANY J. E. GREINER AND ASSOCIATES ENGINEERS—ARCHITECTS Associates HARRY A. MacEWEN. AIA GEORGE S. JENKINS, ASCE Compliments of THE SAM FARKAS ESTATE ALBANY, GEORGIAConriplimen+s of GAY CLOTHING COMPANY "YOUR FRIENDLY MEN'S STORE" 224 Pine Avenue Across the Street From Court House BISHOP LAUNDRY-CLEANERS DRIVE IN Congratulations to the Class of 1956 232 ROOSEVELT AVENUE Phone HE 2-0575 FRANCES CABLE GIFTS 220 PINE AVENUE Gifts for All Occasions Buy Your Shoes and Handbags at CAROLYN'S SHOE STORE Follow in Your Mother's Footsteps CORNER OF BROAD AND WASHINGTON STREET Compliments of DOYAL'S INCORPORATED Compliments of SERVICE WHEN YOU NEED IT Compliments VENTULETT AND PACE All Types of Insurance CLARK'S GULF STATION 701 North Jefferson ALBANY, GEORGIABAILES OLDSMOBILE, INCORPORATED SALES—SERVICE There is only one Rocket Motor DEPENDABLE USED CARS 128 Pine Avenue HE 2-0571 HE 2-0572 Compliments of ENGINEERING AND EQUIPMENT COMPANY 116 Roosevelt Avenue Albany, Georgia Waycross, Georgia Compliments of LEE DRUG COMPANY 121 OGLETHORPE AVENUE Compliments of HOFMAYER DRY GOODS COMPANY ALBANY, GEORGIA Compliments of CROUCH LUMBER COMPANY Everything for Building 1412 North Jackson Street DIAL HE 6-2457 REYNOLDS-WAMBLE ELECTRIC COMPANY Wiring—Heating Air Conditioning Contractors 838 PINE AVENUE HE 5-4642 Compliments of SCHWOBILT CLOTHING STORE Compliments of CLARENCE JOHNSTON'S HARDWARE 148 North Slappey Drive Albany's Most Modern, Complete, and Albany's Only Self Service Hardware Store Free Parking for Our Customers PARK AND SHOP WITH US THE SELF SERVICE WAY We Have It, Will Get it, or It Isn't MadeWelcome to QUICKIE for QUICK SERVICE 222 Pine Avenue CONSOLIDATED LOAN COMPANY Monthly Payments Loans on Real Estate and Personal Property 3% PAID ON SAVINGS Compliments of WOODALL’S FUNERAL HOME ALBANY, GEORGIA 126-128-130 Court Avenue ALBANY’S OLDEST but MOST MODERN HE 5-4541 CHARLES M. JONES CHARLES M. JONES, JR. Compliments JEFF'S of SUPER MARKET GARGANO’S Italian and American 506 SECOND AVENUE Restaurant "Fine Food for Fine People" FIVE POINTS HE 2-0241 ALBANY, GEORGIA and JEFF'S DELICATESSEN Compliments of 120 NORTH SLAPPEY DRIVE "Domestic and Imported Foods" COHEN'S 211 Broad AvenueMERCK COMPANY INCORPORATED Chemical Division Flint River Plant ALBANY GEORGIA PACE FLORIST for the HJ JfxMtyJ] JEWELERS Unusual Corsage Mark of Integrity in Jewelry Ethics . . . Mark of Distinction on Your Sifts 130 North Front HE 2-6297 ALBANY, GEORGIA Compliments of KWIK CHEK AND LOVETT'SCompliments of TASTY BAKERY Birthday and Wedding Cakes a Specialty 600 NORTH JEFFERSON STREET HE 5-3365 ALBANY, GEORGIA Compliments of CENTRAL SEA FOOD MARKET Congratulations KIMBRELL-STERN of the ALBANY UNDERTAKING COMPANY Compliments of SNO-WHITE LAUNDRY SANITONE DRY CLEANING FUR STORAGE Compliments of VALET SERVICE CLEANERS 600 North Jefferson Street HE 5-5741 Congratulations to the Senior Class of 1956 KEENAN AUTO PARTS Wholesale Distributors of CAR, TRUCK, AND TRACTOR PARTS BEST WISHES to the Class of 1956 WATKINS BROTHERS PAINT STORE 315 Broad Avenue HE 6-2212 The Best of Everything to You All From S B ° A o N N b N D B Y Y at BURNETT'STHE BANK OF ALBANY OFFICERS Dr. J. A. Redfearn Chairman of the Board W. D. OWENS W. RAY HOUSTON RAY S. MOCK B. B. IVEY W. C. BEDENBAUGH L. M. JORDAN H. R. KING, JR. MARY T. HARRIS HENRY A. FLOYD LEON C. ALMAND O. W. CALLAHAN C. I. OWENS, JR. .............. President Executive Vice President Vice President Vice President Vice President ............... Cashier Assistant Vice President Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier TRUST DEPARTMENT WILBER D. OWENS, JR. Vice President DIRECTORS and Trust °fficer B. B. IVEY DR. J. A. REDFEARN JOSEPH S. ROSENBERG W. D. OWENS FRANK F. FAULK W. RAY HOUSTON RAY S. MOCK EARL L. SPEER HILL BLACKETT R. E. KALIHER N. LYMAN HART Checks Drawn on This Bank Are Payable at Par Through Federal Reserve SystemWITH ALL BEST WISHES E K D A M H. L O M N O D N A leg touched with beauty in the sheerest wisp of a tulle stocking, f" invisibly reinforced by Palmyra’s own locked- stitch construction. M Frosty fruited tones m of apricot, grape or VjL lime . . . iced shades of blue, pink or coffee. 2.50 pair Compliments of SLEEP’S HELPY-SELFY LAUNDRY, INCORPORATED "WHERE WISE WOMEN WASH" Compliments of COLONIAL DAIRIES HARVEY'S GEORGIA'S FINEST FOOD STORE Compliments of MEEKS ELECTRIC COMPANY Everything Electrical 314 NORTH JACKSON STREET HE 5-5833ROBINSON DRUG COMPANY A Good Drug Store 127 NORTH WASHINGTON STREET HE 5-56M ALBANY, GEORGIA Compliments H. AND W. GLASS COMPANY Compliments of MARKS-LOGAN DESOTO-PLYMOUTH Sales and Service 1006 West Broad Avenue HE 5-5671 Compliments of HADDEN’S FLOWERS 1000 SOUTH SLAPPEY DRIVE Compliments of SLAPPEY'S DAIRY WE PRODUCE WHAT WE SELL WE SELL WHAT WE PRODUCE Compliments of C. F. HADDEN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY S Compliments nffleppev Compliments of MILLER MOTOR COMPANY 'The BUICK Place" 132 Pine Avenue i m ■ i ■■ii DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY 312 North Washington Street PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY Albany Georgia Compliments of BORDEN'S 1306 North Jefferson Street Compliments of STEWART'S RADIO Records, Television, Hi. Fi. 212 NORTH WASHINGTON ALBANY GEORGIA Compliments of WOOLARD LUMBER COMPANY Compliments of M. W. TIFT GROCERY COMPANY Compliments of GEORGIA ELECTRIC COMPANY Good Luck to the 1956 Seniors STEWART WELDING COMPANY CAMELLIAS AZALEAS BOB NIX NURSERY Dawson Road Albany, Georgia EVERGREENS TREES Compliments of HALEY MOTOR COMPANY ALBANY, GEORGIA Test Drive the New 1956 Ford PAUL JONES FUEL OIL COMPANY FOR DELIVERY PHONE HE 5-9145 The Best Fuel Oil Your Money Can Buy ED MARTIN'S SERVICE STATION Sinclair Products Goodyear Tires and Tubes CORNER ROOSEVELT AND JEFFERSON STREETS HE 2-2339 Albany, Georgia Compliments PERFECT SERVICE STATION of AND VIVIAN'S TRANSFER COMPANY ACCESSORIES BATTERIES TIRES 1 12 North Jackson Street Customer Road Service Steam Cleaning HE 6-2161 100 North Front Street CARL VAN HOUTEN, OwnerABC FURNITURE COMPANY 1419 North Jefferson Street HE 5-3922 Kroehler Living Room Furniture Johnson-Carper Fashion Trend Bedroom Furniture Restonic Bedding Whirlpool Home Laundry Equipment Distributors of Philco Appliances Compliments of TRI-STATES SALES COMPANY ALBANY, GEORGIA From the Best That's Made to the Cheapest That's Good KEY'S TRAILER SALES 325 North Slappey Drive Albany, Georgia M. L. KEY Owner HE 2-0676 1450 KC UP NEWS Compliments of a FRIEND Compliments of WESTWOOD OPTICAL DISPENSARY "A Personalized Optical Service" 113 NORTH JACKSON STREET Next to Albany Theatre The Style Center for Glasses Compliments of ALBANY TRUCK and TRACTOR SHOP 1516 North Jefferson Street ALBANY, GEORGIA HE 2-1373 Compliments of HEAD'S SERVICE STATION SLAPPEY DRIVE and DAWSON ROADWJAZ "Southwest Georgia's Listening Habit" 1050 KC'S Albany, Georgia Compliments of ACE REFRIGERATION SERVICE 503 PINE AVENUE ALLEY HE 2-7811 Night HE 6-2349 W A L B-TV W A L B Channel 10 1590 KC N B C-A B C ABC Compliments of GEORGE F. JOHNSTON OIL COMPANY 217 NORTH WASHINGTON HE 5-5512 Compliments of W. L. LITTLE AND SONS FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES 923 West Broad Compliments of MOTT BODY WORKS Manufacturers of Truck Bodies of All Types SPECIALIZING IN REFRIGERATION 837 Pine Avenue Compliments of JOE BRASHEAR'S STEEL COMPANYGOOD LUCK and BEST WISHES to the Graduating Class of '56 GOLDEN GLOW DAIRIES Serving Albany's FINEST Dairy Products 408 South Slappey Drive HE 2-6254Compliments of ALBANY AMUSEMENT COMPANY MUSIC AND CIGARETTES Compliments of PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY {3B@k Compliments of STILL GAS COMPANY Commercial and Domestic Heating Systems Compliments of THE ALBANY SERUM COMPANY Wholesale Veterinary Supplies Compliments of A.C. SAMFORD INCORPORATED RALPH ALLISON INCORPORATED PURINA CHOWS BABY CHICKS Custom Grinding on the Farm Compliments of DOUGHERTY COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETYCompliments of ORKIN EXTERMINATING COMPANY, INCORPORATED WORLD'S LARGEST PEST CONTROL COMPANY HEmlock 2-2365 238 Pine Avenue Since 1901 r MERTS' EQUIPMENT COMPANY Construction Machinery Irrigation Machinery Paving Machinery B°X 331 ALBANY, GEORGIA Hi, Podner, We’ve Got What You Need! sW 504 S. Slappey Drive Phone HE 5-5538 Albany, Georgia In Appreciation for Many Happy Years of Service to THE THRONATEESKA O. M. SANDERS Photographer for the THRONATEESKAylwilh itL. fo you 7fonmifh f w fmri Wish Me a Wish and Sign on the Dotted Line THE ALBANY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. ■tHO kMLITHOGRAPHED BY — TAYLOR PUBLISHING CO. DALLAS • TEXAS The Best Yearbooks are TAYLOR-MADE

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