Albany High School - Thronateeska Yearbook (Albany, GA)
- Class of 1957
Page 1 of 264
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Text from Pages 1 - 264 of the 1957 volume:
Presented by Albany High School Albany, GeorgiaAlma Mater
You're a grand ole School You're the school that we love
And forever in honor we’ll hold,
Alma Mater dear, we you revere,
The Boast of the Brave and the Bold.
Every heart beats true One and all we’re for you,
And your memory we e'er shall bless;
For should "Auld Acquaintance” be forgot, Here’s to you. Dear old AHS!Friend
For Service; Devoted and Untiring
Our roles of life are demanding and strenuous. We are better qualified to meet them by having had the never ending faith and interest you’ve shown in our educational and civic activities. We have always felt your presence and your generosity through your work on the hospital committee, as a former mayor of our city, president of the board of education for the past eleven years and for the greatly appreciated gift of the football camp at Graves Springs. Through your interest you have succeeded in planting in our minds and hearts a burning desire for education—thus making us forever indebted to you. Because you have been a source of inspiration to our lives and to all who have had the privilege of knowing you, we, the 1957 Thronateeska staff are proud and happy to dedicate the 1957 Thronateeska to you, our dear friend, Mr. E. H.
MR. J. O. ALLEN "To thine own self be true. —SHAKESPEAREMentor iam
MR. S. H. "DOC’ GREEN "A kind and gentle heart he had, To comfort friend or foe.” —OLIVER GOLDSMITHForeword
Life is a drama. The physical, mental, social, and spiritual scenes in life are blended to make one great drama—the drama of life. All these scenes we have seen presented by the students of Albany High School in their work and play, in their loves and friendships and have recorded in our 1957 Thronateeska.
As we raise the curtain upon the drama of our high school days, it is our sincere desire that you find pleasure in reliving your high school days both now and in the years to come.
It is with fondest pride, sincerest loyalty, and deepest devotion to our Alma Mater, we the 1957 Thronateeska Staff present this, the 1957 Thronateeska to the students of Albany High School.
And now, "We will draw the curtain and show you the picture.”
In the library e'erybody always appeared to be studying.Ruth always kept us up to date on our latest dates and responsibilities.
School Days at Albany High SchoolOh those long, hard nights of work on the annual! But oh how gratifying, as we began capturing the memories of this school year.
Which Are Filled With Cherished Memories
We never realized what wonderful seamstresses we had until the Alpha Tri-Hi-Y had their annual project of dressing dolls.
Alright, you seniors, let’s rise and shine! We've got to make enough money on this cake sale to get out of debt in order to graduate.What do you mean, you have to close the oven door? Of course you're kidding.
Our physical education classes really put all they had into their games of basketball.
What’s this? Trying to see if you can burn the school down, huh?A merry Christmas to all and to all a—oops, looks like Kat will be an added decoration for the tree.
I shall read the hundred and twenty-third Psalm after which . . .
of Hard Work and Play
Gee, I’m glad it's lunchtime. I thought I'd starve before I could get
through this line.
Hurrah! School's out! So long, everybody!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.
Board of Education
Our Board of Education is composed of men who give freely of their time, their talents, and themselves. This gift of service and spirit on their part which, in countless ways, builds the morale of our students and aids them in their quest for learning and good citizenship, has meant throughout the years a greater Albany High School.J. J. CORDELL
Superintendent of Education Dougherty County School System Miss Doris Howell, Secretaryacu
"Thou ivert my guide, philosopher, and friend ”
MRS. RICHARD T. BEITEL Busines Education
R. W. BOWEN General Math; D.C.T.
WILLIAM R. BRAGG English
JAMES BREWER Speech
MRS. GUY CARTER Social Science; English Special English
MRS. AUDREY COLLINS English
CHAPPELL COLLINS Chemistry; Physics Girls' Basketball Coach
MRS ROBERT COMER Physical Education
MRS. B G COPPINGER General Science
RAY COUNCIL Economic Math General Math
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HELEN CROSBY MRS. E. M. DOBBINS MRS. JAMES DUFFES
MARTHA DYE ROBERT FAUDREE
PATRICK P. FIELD
MRS. EVELYN FLEMMING
MRS. MARY G. FUTCH
English; Special English Latin
Home Economics; Family Living
Social Science; U.S. History; Guidance
Social Science; World History
Social Science; General Business
English; Practical English
Driver Education; Social Science; Baseball Coach
English; Special English World History
English; Annual Staff; Literary Advisor
Faudree Feagin Field Flemming FutchGeohagen Gnchm Goodman Hatcher Herschell
MRS. R. B. GEOHAGEN MRS. E. W. GNEHM BETTY GOODMAN N. C. HATCHER WILSON J. HERSCHELL
MRS. J. J. HOGUE
MRS. ANN G. HORTON
G. B. HOWELL
MRS. ROBERT INGHRAM
Social Science; English
World History Government Economics
Mechanical Drawing Orientation Shop Graphic Art
English; General Math
General Biology; General Science; Annual Staff Business Advisor
Metal Shop; Orientation Shop
MRS. S. A. JUHAN HAL F. KING
MRS. R. B. LANGSTAFF MRS. WAYNE C. LONG W. A. LOVELESS
MRS. W. J. MINCHEW MRS. JACK MILWARD JACK O'BRIEN
MRS. GEORGE PARK DALLAS PATTERSON
General Shop; Orientation Shop
General Biology; Human Biology
U. S. History
Algebra; Boys' Basketball Coach
English; Home Economics Algebra; General Math
Minchew Milward O'Brien Park PattersonPerry
MRS. GWEN PERRY English; Latin
THELMA PLANT MRS. ANNIE LAURIE Practical English English; Guidance
AGNES PRESTON English
INA RANDITT Geometry; Algebra French
BERNIE REID Physical Education Head Football Coach
EARLINE ROGERS Algebra
MRS. JAKE ROWE World History Social Science Guidance
FLOYD A. RUSSELL Radio
WILLIAM A. SANDERS General Biology General Science General Math
MRS. CAROLYN SHEPHERD
MARY ANN SNELLGROVE
ROBERT F. SPERRY
MRS. T. R. THORNTON
JAMES H. WATSON DON WEST
Band; Glee Cluh; Music Workshop
Social Science; Home Economics
Sociology and Psychology
U. S. History
Physical Education Assistant Football Coach
Driver Education; Auto Mechanics
Agriculture; General Mathematics
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MRS. NANCY WHITING
MRS. FLORINE LE SUEUR
MRS. H. E. BARNHOUSE
MRS. J. R. CARTER
MRS. R. L. BASS
Secretary to the Principal
DietitianThe Kiwanis and McIntosh awards are the highest and the most coveted honors which can be bestowed upon a student of Albany High School. These students, who are recognized from the senior class as having exemplified the most outstanding qualities of citizenship and leadership during their four years at Albany High School arc selected by a secret ballot of the faculty.
Janie Turner is the senior girl who is the recipient of the Kiwanis award and Millcdge White is the recipient of the McIntosh award.
"Honor is purchas'd by the deeds we do;
. . . honor is not won, Until some honorable deed be done.”
Ruth Sasser, our student representative this year, has worked diligently and honorably in her position. This honor was conferred upon Ruth by the student body during her junior year.
JANIE Tl"They have their exits and their entrances
Lavon Payton, Secretary; Jean Gilliam, Treasurer; George Sperry, Treasurer; Rut Winston, Vice President; David Dykes, Vice President; Yvonne Hatcher, Secretary; Rudolph Patterson, President; Barbara Patton, Press Reporter; Janie Turner, President.MARGARET BARBARA ABLE
Gamma Tri-Hi Y; Music Workshop; Glee Club; Biological Research Club (Chapter 1); Romani Hodierie; FTA; His-terical Historians; Seekers of Success; Uncle Bob's Story Hour; Junior Classical League.
Hi-Y; Histerical Historians; Art; Junior Civitan; Movie Operators; Beta Club; Sociology; Spanish. Press Reporter.
JO's Junto; Creep's (Chapter V); Buenos Vecinos; LosVio Jeros Del Camio Real; Collin's Comical Chemists.
SARAH EVE ARNOLD
Kitchen Kats; Litwits; Dear Hunters; Histri-Crats; FHA; 4-H; Glee Club.
SHIRLEY ANNE AUSTIN
Histri-Crats, Treasurer; FHA. Program Chairman. President; FTA; Basketball; Tennis; Buenos Vecinos (Chapter II); Biological Research (Chapter III); Glee Club; Music Workshop; SOS; Intramural Basketball; Intramural Basketball Coach; Book room.
ALBERT S. BACON, JR.
JAMES TOMMY BARINEAU
Varsity Manager; JO’s Junto; Govec, Treasurer; The Lone Maniac and His 36 Phychiatrists; The Static Chasers; The Radio Club.
JOSEPH DARYL BARR
Le Cercle Francais; DC'F; Sperry's Kultured Kats; US History Debater.
GLORIA KAY BARRETT
Delta Tri-Hi-Y, President; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. Secretary; Roman Hodierni, President; Freshman Class Secretary; Junior Class Secretary; Student Council; Music Workshop; Glee Club; JO's Junto, President; SOS; Junior Classical League; Beta Club Secretary.At Long Last We Have Reached
SHIRLEY ANN BARROW
Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Future Homemakers of America; Strickland's Little Rebels; Kitchen Kats; Psychopathic Seniors; FTA, Parliamentarian; Rock and Roll Club; Music Workshop.
Buenos Vecinos; Los Conquistadores; J.O.’s Juntos; SOS P-O-G-O’S; Driver's Education.
CHARLOTTE GALE BATEY
DELTA Tri-Hi-Y; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Music Workshop; Art Club; Driver’s Training; Le Circle Francais; Lcs Miserables; Histerical Historians; Kultured Kats.
ENZOR LEROY BECKHAM
Key Club, President; Beta Club;. Student Council; Freshman Homeroom President; Quo Vadis Club; Cursus Honorum Club; Biological Research Club, President; Govec Club; Hi-Y; Histri-crats; 1956 Boys' State; Prop Committee of Junior and Senior Play.
MAJORIE VIRGINIA BEDENBAUGH
Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Future Teachers of America; Kultured Kats; C-R-E-E-P-S Chapter of the Bookworms' Club; U.S. History Debaters, Chapter I; Drivers Training.
BARBARA ANN BENNETT
Beta Club, Secretary; Assistant Editor of Thronateeska; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Co-Chairman of TEPS; Anchor Club, Secretary; Lcs Miserables; Kultured Kats; Rock and Roll Chapter of the Bookworms, Vice President; U.S. History Debaters, Secretary; Thymalian Club; Le Circle Francais, Press Reporter; Glee Club, Treasurer, Junior Class Play; Romani Hoderni; Junior Classical League; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y, Vice President; Music Workshop; Representative to Beta Club Convention.
JIM L. BOWLES
Entered '55; U.S. History Debaters. Chapter II; Magruder's Rooters; Uncle Bob's Story Hour; Mach Chasers.
PERMELIA DALE BRIGGS
Glee Club. Pianist; Beta Club; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Treasurer; SOS; Music Workshop; Junior Classical League; Romani Hodierni; U.S. History Debators, Treasurer, Chapter I; Basketball.
JERRY WAYNE BRIMBERRY
Student Council; Beta Club; "B" Team Basketball; Static Chasers; Sperry’s Kultured Kats Histri-Crats; Intramural Basketball; Movie Operators; Teen Board; Radio Club.
DOROTHY ANN BROADAWAY
SOS; Magruder’s Rooters; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; J.O.'s Junto's; Driver's Training.Our Goal, the Senior Class.
JULIAN DELL BUSH
U.S. History Club: Intramural Basketball; MagrudcYs
Rooters; Static Chasers; C-R-E-E-P-S.
Beta Club; Key Club; General Science Club. President; History Club; Senior Play; Physicas Club; Science Club.
Music Workshop; Freshman Band; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y. President; Future Teachers of America; Quo Vadis. Secretary; Biological Research; Junior Classical League; Art Club. Executive Staff Member; Student Council; Beta Club; Le Cercle Francais. Secretary-Treasurer; Sperry's Kultured Kats. Treasurer; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. President; U.S. History Debaters. Program Chairman; Les Miserables.
NORBERT W. CHAUSSE
Entered 56; Business Manager of Annual Staff; Beta Club; Physics Club; French Club; Drill Sergeant of Civil Air Patrol Cadet Squadron.
NANCY CASTLEBERRY S. J. CLARK
Freshman Class Treasurer; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Quo Vadis;
Cursus Honorum; Junior Classical League; Junior Class Parliamentarian; Histri-Crats, Secretary; Thymalian; Junior Play; Uncle Bob's Story Hour; C-R-A-B-S. President; Alpha
Tri-Hi-Y. Program Chairman; Beta Club. President. WILLIAM CLOUDJEANNE COOK
Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Art Club; History Untold; 4-H; FHA; Science Club; Sociology and Psychology; The Dear Heart; Annual Staff; P-O-G-O-E-S.
HOWARD BURNETTE COX, JR.
Student Council; History Club; Junior Police; Junior Fire Marshal; DCT Club. Vice President.
THOMAS LEE COX
Freshman Band; Hatchers Historians. Vice President; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Faudree's Business Workers; Junior Fire Marshal.
Student Council; Biological Research; Spanish, Treasurer; U.S. History; Sperry’s Kultured Kats; Bookkeeping.
Football; "Block A". Histori-Crats; Book Worms; Magru-der's Rooters; The Lone Maniac and His 36 Psychiatrists; FFA; Track; "B" Team Basketball.
Music Workshop; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Beta Club; Library Service; Annual Staff; JCL; 4-H; Hatcher's Historians; Cursus Honorum; Romani Hodierni; Art; P-O-G-O-E-S; Prop Chairman of Senior Play; Govec; Psychic Seniors; Science.
LANELLE BLAKEY CUTSHAW FHA. SOS; Strickland's Little Rebels; Training.
Biology Research; Band; Captain's Corps; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Freshman Band; Creeps; R-O-G-B; Histori-Crats; Hi-Y; Color Guard.
Anchor. Vice President. Press Reporter; Beta Club; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. parliamentarian; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Cursus Honorum. Program Chairman; Quo Vadis; Little Rebels, President; Sperry's Kultured Kats; 24 Inert Solids; Driver's Training.SONNY DAVIS
'"B" Team Basketball; Varsity Basketball; Hatcher's Historians. Sperry's Kultured Kats; Bookkeeping; POGOES.
Band. First Drummer; Beta Club; Driver’s Training; "Buenos Vecinos"; Atom Collins and His Little Molecules; "B" Team Basketball; Science Club; Stricklands Little Rebels; Golf Team; World Explorers.
JERRY Y. DODGEN, JR.
MELINDA JACQUELYN ANNE DOYAL
Girls' Glee Club. Assistant Pianist; Pianist, Boys" Glee Club; Freshman Band; Senior Band. Bassoon; Head Majorette. Head Twirler; Delta Tri-Hi-Y. Bible Leader; Teen Board; Le Cercle Francais; Biological Research; History Untold. Parliamentarian; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Beta Club; The Lone Maniac and His 33 Psychiatrists. Treasurer; Les Miserables. Treasurer.
Bookworms; Aviation; Molecules Collin and His Little Atoms; Basketball Manager; U.S. Debates, Los Traductores Locos.
Histri-Crats; FHA; 4-H Club; DCT. Program Chairman; SOS .Club.
Entered 56; Hatcher's Historians; Science Club; Govec Club; The Lone Psychiatrist and His 36 Maniacs. Vice President.
BOBBY RANDALL EASON
Football; Basketball; Baseball; DCT; Govec Club; Junior Police; Archery Club; FFA; Historians; Movie Operators Club; Art Club.
Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Buenos Vecinos; 4-H; Cheery Operators of the Kitchen. President; DCT; The Lone Maniac and His 36 Psychiatrists.LARRY EDWARDS WARREN LEE ENGLISH
Buenos Vccinos; Movie Operators; Short Circuits; Aviation Education; Los Conquistadors: J.O.'s Junto. Treasurer; C R-E-E-P-S; Molecule Collins and His Little Atoms; CAP Cadet Major; Georgia Wing Advisory Staff; Co-Chairman of TAPs.
L S. History; DCT; I’ncle Bobs Story Hour.
SOS Club; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; i-H. Songleader; FHA; Library Service; Guidance Office Assistant; History Untold; General Science; Field Explorers; Driver's Education.
MARSHALL FLEMING DIANE FLOWERS
Entered Anchor Club. Treasurer. Attendance Chairman; Homecoming Queen. Junior Attendant; Homecoming Queen; Hysterical Historians: Secretary: Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Key Club Sweetheart; Student Council. Vice President. Troubadours; Junior Play; Senior Play; Junior Classical League; Romani Hodierni. Press Reporter; Driver’s Training; Biological Research. Thymalian.
DAVID FRANKLIN FOUCHE
Science Club; Static Chasers. Sergeant-at-Arms; Le Cerde Francais; History Club. Treasurer; Civil Air Patrol; Football; Track; Chemistry Club; Art Club.
RONNIE G. FOUNTAIN
WYNTON G. GAY
Music Workshop; Debate Team; Bookworms; Magruder’s Rooters; Auto Mechanics.
Senior Class Treasurer; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Beta Club. Student Council; Anchor Club; Junior Classical League; Troubadours. Vice President; Glee Club; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Sperry’s Psychopathic Seniors; French Club; Music Workshop.KAY GISSENDANER
Beta Club. Delta Tri-Hi-Y; French Club. Glee Club; Art Club; Senior Play; Sperry's Psychopathies. Vice President; Junior Classical League; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Annual Staff.
REM BERT GLASS, JR.
Hi-Y, President; Key Club. Junior Class Vice President; Student Council; Student Leader's Club; Senior Play. Science Club; Histricrats. Vice President; Movie Operators. Vice President; Sperry's Kultured Kats; Junior Civitan.
Hatcher s Historians. Secretary; Govec, Secretary; Football; Bookworms, Rock and Roll Chapter; Block "A"; Hi-Y.
VERDIE MAE GOOLSBY
Beta Club; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; FHA; Historian; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; 4-H; SOS; Sperry's Psychopathic Seniors; Stitch and Sew; Buenos Vecinos; J.O.’s Juntos; Guidance Office Assistant; FTA; Los Viajeros Del Camino Real.
SOS; Driver s Training; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; FHA; J. O. Allens Debate Club; Field's Explorers Club.
RAYMOND M. GOTKO
Band; Biological Research Club; Histerical Historians; Molecule Collins and His Little Atoms.
J.O. s Juntos; Aviation; Band; Captain’ Corps; Psychopathic Seniors; Bookworm Club Chapter V; ROGB.
SHARON LEA GRIMES
Spanish Club; Bookworms; 4-H; FHA; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Govec.
Biological Research Club; Barefooted Historians; Hi-Y; Aviation Education; Bookworms Chapter II; Sperry's Kultured Kats; Hall Monitor; Tennis; Art.We Have A Feeling of Achievement for
MARGARET LYNN HALL
Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Music Workshop; Glee Club; Student Council; Annual Staff; FHA; FTA; Biological Research; Los Tamales Calientes; Stitch and Stew; Los Picaros; The Lone Maniac and His 33 Psychiatrists; Mellonettes.
PEGGY IGOU HALSTEAD
Kitchen Kats. President; 4-H; FHA; The Lone Maniac and His 33 Psychiatrists; Art; J.O.'s Junto; Biological research; DCT. Program Chairman.
Strickland's Historians; Sperry's Psychopathic Seniors; FFA President; Howell's Biology; Collins' Chemistry.
ROSALYN YVONNE HATCHER
SOS, Vice President; 4-H, President; Senior Class, Secretary; Library Service, President; DCT, Secretary-Treasurer; FHA; Hatcher's Historians; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Basketball; Sophomore Class, Secretary-Treasurer; Intramural Cheerleader; Powder Puff Football Team.
REED HATFIELD, JR.
Biological Research; FFA. Treasurer; U.S. History Debaters; Sperry's Kultured Kats; Bookworms.
SAM HAMMOND, JR.
Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Typers of Tomorrow; Dixi-crats; DCT; DE; Govec; Chemistry; World Explorers.
Entered 56; Govec; Chemistry Club.
Varsity Football; "B" Team Basketball; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Strickland's Pioneers; Govec; Psychopathic Seniors.
FFA, Press Reporter. President; Civil Air Patrol Cadets; Biological Researchers; Psychopathic Seniors; Boys’ Nation; Boys' State; Aviation Education; Historians; Le Cercle Francais.the First Time. We Are Playing
ALICE CAROLE HAYMAN
Glee Club; Music Workshop; Intramural Basketball; P-O-G-O-E-S; SOS, Treasurer; Beta Club; J.O.'s Junto; Driver's Training; "B" Team Basketball.
JOE ED HENDERSON
Freshman Band; Senior Band; Sperry's Psychopathic Seniors; P-O-G-O-E-S; Irving's Intelligent Imps; Orientation; R-O-G-B; Art; Static Chasers.
Music Workshop; FTA; 4-H, Secretary; FHA; Hatcher's Historians; Plant's Nats; Home Makers; Magruder's Rooters; Spanish.
KURT E. HURRMAN, JR.
Junior Civitan; Band; Irvin's Intelligent Imps; C-R-E-E-P-S; ROGB; Color Guard; Molecule Collins and His Little Atoms.
NANCY JANE HILL
General Science; Thymalian; National Thespians; Junior Play Committee Chairman; FTA. Secretary. Second District Vice President; Beta Club; Art; Le Cercle Francais; Les Miserables; The Lone Maniac and His 33 Psychiatrists; Senior Play Committee Chairman; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y.
Buenos Vecinos; U.S. Debaters; FTA; P-O-G-O-E-S; SOS; Driver's Training.
MARGARET CAROLYN HOLMAN Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Intramural Basketball Coach; Annual Staff; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Strickland's Pioneers; SOS; FHA; Office Assistant; 4-H; Intramural Basketball.
MARJORIE RUTH HOLTON
Spanish; Hatcher's Historians; Library Service; The Dear Hunters; Govec; P-O-G-O-E-S; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Beta Club.
U.S. History Debaters; Hi-Y. Secretary; Molecule Collins and His Little Atoms; Bookworms; Magruder’s Rooters; Junior Classical League; Plus Ultra. President; Track; Thymalian.
Thymalian; Quo Vadis. Hatcher's Histricrats; "B” Team Football; Student Council; Collins 'Cool Chemists; Biology; Junior Classical League.the Leading Roles and Enjoying Our
ALICE REBECCA HORNE
Student Council; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y. Treasurer; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; SOS; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; The Barefooted Historians; P-O-G-O-E-S; Troubadours; Driver's Training.
Band; P-O-G-O-E-S; The Lone Maniac and His 33 Psychiatrists; Aviation.
ELLEN CARROLL HOWARD
Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Art. Executive Board; Music Workshop; Les Miserables. Press Reporter; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Bulletin Board Chairman; Library Service; Strickland's Hysterical Historians; Driver's Training; Le Cercle Francais; Junior Play, Props Committee; Psychopathic Seniors.
KATHLEEN DEE HOWARD
FHA; 4-H; Varsity Basketball; Intramural Basketball; P-O-G-O-E-S; Hatcher's Historians; SOS; Bookroom; Driver's Training; Intramural Basketball Coach.
Shorthand; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Family Living.
DCT; Art Club; Driver's Training; Magruder's Rooters; U.S. History Debaters.
Biology Club; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Beta Club; Business Leaders of Tomorow; Barefoot Historians; Sperry's Psychopathic Seniors; Teen Board; P-O-G-O-E-S.
Thronateeska, Editor; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Beta Club; Magruder's Rooters. President; Buenos Vecinos. Treasurer; Biology Club; Allen’s Debaters; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Los Burros; Art Club; Dramatic Club. Girls' State Alternate.
EMMA LOUISE HYDE
Glee Club; Strickland's Little Rebels; FHA; DCT; Sticth and Stew; The Dear Hunters; 4-H.
SAM E. HYDE, III
Key Club; Hi-Y; Beta Club; Strickland's Little Rebels, Vice President; The Science Club; Track; Movie Operators, Secretary; Molecule Collins and His Little Atoms; Quo Vadis; Uncle Bob's Story Hour; Junior Play, Sound Effects Committee.Prestige Before We Have to Assume
'B" Team Football; Varsity Football. Captain; Intramural Basketball; "B" Team Basketball; Irvin s Imps; C-R-A-B-S, Vice President; Science Club; Block A Club; Biology Club.
Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Hatcher’s Historians; French Club; Thy-malian; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Tennis.
Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary; Biological Research; Buenos Vecinos; Junior Class, Treasurer; Student Council, Secretary; Buenos Vecinos, President; Junior Class Sweetheart; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Outstanding Girl, Junior Class; Outstanding Girl, Second District; Girls’ State Delegate; Student Council, Treasurer; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Executive Board; Psychopathic Seniors; SOS, Vice President; Key Club Sweetheart.
Le Cercle Francais; Les Miscrables, President; Hi-Y; U.S. History Debaters, Chapter II; C-R-A-B-S; Art.
Aviation; Movie Operators; Uncle Bob's Story Hour.
C-R-A-B-S; Uncle Bob's Story Hour; Collins' 24 Test Tubes; "B” Team Football; "B" Team Basketball; Hi-Y; Los Viajeros Del Camino Real; Thymalian Club; U.S. History Debaters, Chapter I; Buenos Vecinos, Chapter II; Intramural Basketball.
FHA; The Dear Hunters; The Kitchen Kats; Uncle Bob's Story Hour; Hatcher's Historians.
Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; FHA; Sticth and Stew; U.S. History Debaters; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Uncle Bob's Story Hour; Business Leaders of Tomorow; Beta Club; Annual Staff.
Biological Researchers; Junior Classical League; Romani Hodierni; Business Leaders of Tomorrow, Secretary; U.S. History Debaters; The Dear Hunters; FHA; Driver s Training; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; General Science.
MARY ELLEN JONES
Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Annual Staff; Student Council; Buenos Vecinos I and II; Histri-Crats; FHA; Prop Committee. Junior Play; Basketball; Library Service Club; Biological Research Club; 4H; Intramural Basketball.
SONJA CAROL JONES
Intramural Basketball; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Homeroom Finance Representative; Driver’s Training; Assistant Basketball Manager; Student Council; Sperry's Psychopathic Seniors; DCT Historian; U.S. History Debaters.
DELORES ANN JUSTICE
Stitch and Stew; J.O.’s Junto; 4-H; Music Workshop; Kitchen Kats; Business Leaders of Tomorrow.
JO ANN JUSTISS
4-H; Kitchen Kats; FHA; U.S. History Debaters; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Sperry’s Kultured Kats.
4-H; FHA; Strickland’s Little Rebels; P-O-G-O-E-S; "B’’ Team Basketball; Intramural Basketball; Beta Club; SOS; Art; Intramural Cheerleader.
Music Workshop; FHA; Biological Research; Histricrats; CR-E-E-P-S; Sperry’s Kultured Kats; SOS.
Histricrats; Junior Police; DCT; Sperry’s Psychopathic Seniors; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Office.
Freshman Band; Senior Band; Mach Chasers; Historians; Static Chasers; Short Circuits; Lit Wits; Dear Hunter.
Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Le Cercle Francais; Student Council; Barefooted Historians; Art; Music Workshop; Biological Research; The Lone Maniac and His 33 Psychiatrists; Les Miserables.
TONY LANGFORDEUDORA ANN LEE
Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Music Workshop; Beta Club; Stitch and Stew; FHA; Buenos Vecinos; FTA; History Untold; Los Viajeros Del Camino Real; Psychopathic Seniors; Rock and Roll; Kitchen Kats.
MARY CAROLYN LEE
Hatcher's Historians; The Mad Translators; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; FTA; Delta Tri-Hi-Y.
Beta Club; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Romani Hodierni; Biological Research Club; Science Club; History Untold; Sperry's Psychopathic Seniors; Tennis Team; Senior Play; Office Assistant; Intramural Basketball; Art Club.
Spanish; U.S. History; President; Bookworms, Secretary; Govec; "B" Team Football; Varsity Football.
Driver's Training; Hatcher s Historians; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Magruder s Rooters; Dear Hunters.
KRIS LOVE JOY
Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Beta Club; Histricrats; Uncle Bob’s Story Hour; Cursus Honorum, Quaestor, Aedile; Cheerleader.
Beta Club; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Romani Hodierni, Treasurer; Art Club; Biological Research Club; Treasurer; Cursus Honorum, Senior Consul; Intelligent Imps, Press Reporter; FTA; LIncle Bob’s Story Hour.
Junior Civitan, Lt. Gov. of State, President; Hi-Y, Treasurer; Movie Operators, President; Physics Club. Parliamentarian; Tennis Team; Beta Club; Quo Vadis; Junior Classical League; Civil Air Patrol; Senior Play; Sociology Club; History.
JEANETTE MAXWELLthe Responsibilities of Adult Life.
NATHAN McCRARY DAN McINTYRE
Beta Club; Freshman Band; DCT; C-R-A-B-S; Historians;
Govec; Junior Police.
Baseball; Quo Vadis; Biological Research; J.O.'s Junto; Molicule Collins and His Little Atoms; C-R-E-E-P-S.
Biological Research, Capter III; Driver's Training; U.S. History Debaters; SOS; P-O-G-O-E-S; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Art; 4-H; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y.
John lewis McLendon
Senior Band; Captains Corps; J.O.'s Junto; Molecule Collins and His Little Atoms; C-R-E-E-P-S; Magruders Rooters; Boys' Glee Club.
FHA; t; Music Workshop; 4-H; SOS; Biological Research; Strickland's Little Rebels; Annual Staff.
Freshman Band; Senior Band; Junior Classical League; C-R-E-E-P-S; Collins 24 Test Tubes; The Lone Maniac and His 33 Psychiatrists; History Untold.
C-R-A-B-S; Uncle Bob's Story Hour; Band; Govec; Los Tamales Caliento.The Flood Lights Shine So Brightly in
PATSY MELVIN ROBERT MILLER
Music Workshop; Art Club; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Glee Club; FFA; Movie Operators; Beta Club.
Histerical Historians, president; Los Traductores Locos; Los Tomalcs Calientes, President; Beta Club; Uncle Bob's Story Hour; FHA; C-R-A-B-S.
ALICE FAYE MERCER
Dear Hunters; Magruders Rooters; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; 4-H; FHA; Histerical Historians; Library Service.
ROSA LEE MITCHELL
Entered 55; FTA. Vice President; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Buenos Vecinos; Beta Club.
ELIZABETH LOGAN MERRITT
SOS; Business Leaders of America; P-O-G-O-E-S; Majorette; Debate; Biological Research; Band; Delta Tri-Hi-Y.
NANNELLE ELIZABETH MILLER •
The Lone Maniac and His 33 Psychiatrists; World History Band; Majorette; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; J.O.’s Junto; 4-H Cheery Operators of the Kitchen; Anchor; Biology; FHA Driver’s Training; Junior Play.
Magruders Rooters; Uncle Bob's Story Hour; C-R-A-B-S; Histerical Historians; Static Chasers; Orientation.
''B” Team Football; Varsity Football; Biological Research; Future Flyers; Intelligent Imps; Block A; Sperry's Kultured Kats; C-R-A-B-S; Track.
MARY FRANCES MULLIN
Los Burros Perezosos; World History; Biology; C-R-A-B-S; FHA; Los Tomales Calientos; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Home Ec; Intelligent Imps; Droopy Drawers; Art Club; Stitch and Sew; Intramural Basketball.
CLAUDE M. MYLER
MARTHA ANNE NEWSOME
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Program Chairman; Beta Club, Projects Committee; Library Service; Annual Staff; FTA; Rock and Roll; Les Miserables; Sperry's Kultured Kats; Intelligent Imps, Vice President; Thymalian; Le Cercle Francais; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y, Projects Chairman; Quo Vadis; Junior Classical League; Biological Research.
JAYNE ANICE NIBLETT
Student Council; Band; Drum Majorette; Les Miserables, Vice President; Sperry's Kultured Kats; C-R-A-B-S, Treasurer; Le Cercle Francais; J.O.'s Junto; Quo Vadis; Junior Classical League; Junior Play; Biological Research; Driver’s Training; Delta Tri-Hi-Y.
MIRIAM ELIZABETH NEILSON JOE L. NIX
Auto Mechanics; Demming’s Historians; DCT.
HOMER L. NOLAND
Freshman Band; Senior Band; Intramural Basketball; Aviation; CAP Cadets; Movie Operators; Uncle Bobs Story Hour.
Entered 56; DCT; Glee Club; P-O-G-O-E-S.
Band; Glee Club, Accompanist; Beta Club; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Student Council; Troubadours, Accompanist; The Lone Maniac and His 33 Psychiatrists; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Los Conquistadores; Strickland s Pioneers; FTA; Buenos Vecinos; Biological Research.
DONALD NORRISELLIS NORTON
HERBERT TRUITT NOWELL
Band; Rock and Roll; Molecule Collins and His Little Atoms; Quo Vadis; Cursus Honorum; Junior Classical League.
Beta Club; Bookworms; Economics Club; Physics Club. President.
4-H; Freshman Band; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Intramural Basketball; Basketball ’’B’’ Team; U.S. History Debaters; Senior Band; Band Bookkeeper; SOS; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Office.
RUDOLPH NELSON PATTERSON
U.S. History Debaters; Track Manager; Football; Govec. Vice President; Uncle Bob's Story Hour. Secretary; Los Traductores Locos, Press Reporter; Rock and Roll; Freshman Band; Senior Band; Intramural Basketball; Senior Class President; Cafeteria Committee.
BARBARA ANN PATTON
Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Music Workshop; Beta Club; Driver’s Training; Romani Hodierni; Junior Classical League; FTA President; Second District Director. Georgia Future Teach ers; Student Teacher’s Assistant; Guidance Office Assistant Senior Class, Press Reporter; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Vice Presi dent; Lc Cercle Francais; Les Miserables; Troubadours Glee Club; J. O.’s Junto. Vice President; C-R-A-B-S; The Lone Maniac and His 33 Psychiatrists; Thronateeska Annual Staff
JAMES LAVON PAYTON
Block A; Varsity Football; Varsity Baseball; Varsity Basketball; Freshman Class President; Sophomore Class President; Senior Class Secretary; Rock and Roll, President; Uncle Bob’s Story Hour. President.
J. O.'s Junto; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; SOS; Driver’s Training.
BILLIE RUTH PELHAM
FHA; Barefooted Historians; P-O-G-O-E-S.
Intramural Basketball; "B” Team Basketball; Biological Research Club; Sophomore Class President; Student Council; Varsity Basketball; Buenos Vecinos; Beta Club; U.S. History Debaters; 4-H; SOS. President; Intramural Basketball, Coach; Make-Up Committee of Senior Class Play.
Our Eyes That It Brings Tears
HARRY R. PIERSOL
Hatcher's Historians; Chemistry Club; Spanish Club; The Lone Maniac and His 33 Psychiatrists.
SHIRLEY JEAN POPE
Rock and Roll; Magruders Rooters; Tennis; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y.
JOHN WENDALL PRINCE
Football; Block A Club; Spanish Club; President; Bookworms Club. Treasurer; Freshman Class, Treasurer; History Club. Treasurer; Sperry's Kultured Kats; Science Club. President; Cafeteria Committee; Track Team.
Freshman Band; Beta Club; FTA; Cursus Honorum; Senior Band; Los Burros Perezosos; Irvin’s Intelligent Imps; Chemistry; Molecule Collins and His Little Atom; Rock and Roll; Sperry's Kultured Kats; Los Tamales Calientes.
RAMONA CLAIRE REAMES
Delta Tri-Hi-Y, Vice President; Biolgoical Research Club, President; Art Club; Beta Club; Quo Vadis; Junior Classical League; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Hysterical Historians; Science Club; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Sperry's Kultured Kats; C-R-A-B-S.
GUY EDWARD REBERG
Hatcher's Historians; Senior Band; Le Cercle Franca is; Science Club; Magruders Rooters; C-R-A-B-S.
CAROL ANN ROBERTS
Music Workshop; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Glee Club; Buenos Vecinos; Driver's Training Club; Los Conquistadores; Histri-crats; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Dear Hunters; Annual Staff.
KAREN SONDRA ROBINSON
Music Workshop; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Art Club; Anchor Club; Sophomore Director; Los Picaros, Vice President; FHA. Los Conquistadores DCT; The Lone Maniac and His 33 Psychiatrists.
CHESTER G. ROGERS
Govec; Future Business Instructors; P-O-G-O-E-S.
MAR I HELEN ROGERS
Music Workshop; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; 4-H, Treasurer; P-O-G-O-E-S. President; Thronateeska Photograph Assistance; Guidance Office, Assistance; SOS, President; Business Leaders of Tomorrow, President; U.S. History Debaters. Treasurer.Because We Realize That One of
Sperry’s Psychopathic Seniors; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; U.S. History; J.O.'s Juntos.
MARTHA JEANETTE ROSSMAN
Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Intramural Basketball; Cheerleader; Biological Research Club; Quo Vadis; Junior Classical League; Tennis; Cursus Honorum. Praetor; Uncle Bob s Story Hour; Barefoot Historians; Science Club, Secretary; Office; Art Club.
Music Workshop; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Glee Club; Buenos Vecinos; Science Club; J.O.’s Junto; Thronateeska, Assistant Club Editor; The Lone Maniac and His 33 Psychiatrists.
Irwin’s Intelligent Imps; Student Council; Beta Club; Band; Captain Corps; Rock and Roll; Los Conquistadores; Los Traductores Locas; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Freshman Band; Movie Operators.
History Debaters; Senior Band; Uncle Bob’s Story Hour; Science Club; Business Leaders of Tomorrow.
OTHO MERTILO SANDERS
"B” Team Football; Varsity Football; Uncle Bob’s Story Hour; Hatcher’s Histri-Crats; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Track.
Student Body President; Student Council President; Student Council Treasurer; Beta Club. Vice President; Freshman Girls Vice President; Glee Club; Music Workshop; Latin Club; Vice President; French Club; History Club, President; Anchor Club; Alpha and -Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Girls’ State; Youth Assembly; Art Club.
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Stitch and Stew; Sperry's Kultured Kats; Rock and Roll; Les Miserables, Secretary; Hatcher’s Historians, Press Reporter; Le Grcle Francais; FHA; Thymalian Club.
Freshman Boys Vice President; Football; Histerical Historians; "B" Team Basketball; the Lone Maniac and His 36 Psychiatrists; Student Council; Intramural Basketball; Junior Classical League.
L’ncle Bob’s Story Hour; Intramural Basketball; C-R-A-B-S; U.S. History; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Junior Classical League; Romani Hodierni.MARY LORENE SHIVELY
Entered 56; C R A B S; Megruders Rooters; Glee Annual Staff; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y.
JOSEPH ALLEN SIKES
Biological Research Club; Hatchers Histi-Crats; Los ductores Locos; Art Club; Collins-Chemists.
RAYMOND SIMPSON LORETTA ANN SLAY
4-H; FHA; Buenos Vecinos; Glee Club; Music Workshop; SOS; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; P-O-G-O-E-S; U.S. History Debaters; Intramural Basketball.
ERNEST SMITH FAYE SMITH
Glee Club; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Troubadors; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Beta Club; Bookworms; Los Picaros; Spanish Club; Annual Staff; History; The Lone Maniac and His 53 Phychiatrists.
Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Strickland's Little Rebels; Band; FHA; Buenos Vecinos; Bookkeeping; Los Viajero Del Camino Real; Majorette; General Science; Tumblers.
MARTHA VIRGINIA SMITH
U.S. Debaters; Los Traductores Locas; The Dear Hunters; FHA. Vice President; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; DCT.
Entered 55; Anchor Club. Secretary; Sperry’s Kultured Kats; U.S. History Debaters; Rock and Roll; Library Service; Romani Herni.
Senior Class Treasurer; Varsity Football; Varsity Basketball, Manager; "B" Team Football; Junior Civitan; Senior Play; Art Club; Science; Physics; Allen’s Debaters; C-R-E-E-P-S; Movie Projectors.JAMES A. SPIES
Bueno Vecinos; Hi-Y; Los Conquistordores; Barefoot Historians; Science; Junior Civitan; Thymalian; Molecule Collins and His 27 Atoms; Magruder's Rooters.
EARNEST SPIVEY Jr.
Sperry's Psychopathic Seniors; Histerical Historians; DCT; FFA. Intramural Basketball; Static Chasers; Auto Mechanics; Art; Biology.
The Dear Hunters; Magruder’s Rooters; Stitch and Sew; Strickland's Little Rebels.
FONDA GAYLE STARNES
Band; Majorette; Los Traductores Locos; U.S. Debaters; 4-H; The Lone Maniac and His 34 Psychiatrists; Los Conquistadores de Espara.
FTA. Treasured; Thronateeska; FHA; Rock and Roll; Uncle Bob's Story Hour; Los Tamales Calietes. Treasurer; U.S. Debaters; Los Burros Perezosos.
Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; SOS. Treasurer; The Dear Hunters; C-R-A-B-S; Glee Club; Strickland's Little Rebels; Music Workshop; Romani Hodierni; Junior Classical League; Thronateeska.
JANIE EATMAN STRAWDER
Thronateeska Editor; Junior Classical League; Biological Research; Le Cercle Francais; Les Miserabies; History Untold; Junior Play, Props Manager; Science; Guidance Office Asst.; The Lone Maniac and His 36 Psychiatrists. Vice President; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Cursus Honorum.
MARY ALICE STRAWDER
Freshman Band; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Hatcher’s Historians; Biology; Buenos Vecinos; Library Service; Intramural Basketball; Basketball; Girls' Basketball Manager; Second Period Debaters; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; FHA, Treasurer; Senior Play, Prop Committee.
Beta Club; Barefoot Historians; Key Club; Student Council; Uncle Bob's Story Hour.JIM STROM
Hi-Y; Beta Club; Uncle Bob's Story Hour; History Untold; Tennis; Student Council; Junior Classical League; Quo Vadis; Science Club.
Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; 4-H; Office Service Club; Annual Staff; Biological Researchers; C-R-E-E-P-S; History Untold; The Lone Maniac and His 33 Psychiatrists.
Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Freshman Band; Senior Band; 4-H; FHA; Govec; Dear Hunters; Business Leaders of Tomorow; Strickland's Historians.
Music Workshop, President; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Student Council; Buenos Vccinos; Stitch and Sew, Treasurer; FHA; Glee Club; Los Conquistadores, Secretary; History Untold, President; Anchor Club, Treasurer; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; The Lone Maniac and His 33 Psychiatrists; C-R-E-E-P-S; Magruder's Rooters.
Entered 35; History Untold; French Club; FHA; 4-H; Rock and Roll Club; SOS.
C. L. THOMPSON
History Untold; Static Chasers; Junior Class, Secretary; The Lone Maniac and His 36 Psychiatrists; "B" Team Football; Los Picaros; Los Viajeros Del Camino Real.
Historians; Ambassadors; Kollin's Kem Kats; Super Physics; ”B" Team Football; A-N-G-E-L-S; Magruder's Rooters; Glee Club; Dear Hunters.
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Annual Staff; SOS; FHA; Sperry's Psychopathic Seniors; 4-H; Music Workshop; General Business; Art; Biological Research; U.S. History Debaters; Driver’s Education.
GLORIA JUNE TOMLINSON
Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; FHA; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; FT A; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; C-R-A-B-S, Secretary; SOS; Strickland's Pioneers; Guidance Office; Hatcher’s Historians.Great Drama of Life Is Over
EVA CAROLYN VAUGHN
Entered 56; DCT; The Dear Hunters.
Entered 56; Mcgruders Rooters; SOS; Annual Staff.
Cheerleader; President of Freshmen; Library Service; Vice President, Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Basketball; Spanish Club; U.S. History Debaters, President; Library Service Club. President; Head Cheerleader; President of Senior Class; Pogoes. Vice President; Govec; Bookkeeping; Lone Maniac and His 36 Psychiatrists; President of Junior Class.
Strickland History; Aviation.
Entered 54; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Rock and Roll Chapter of Bookworms; Basketball; Sophomore Intramural Basketball; Art Club, Executive Board; Science Club; Molecule Collins and His Little Atoms; Strickland s Little Rebels, Press Reporter; 4-H; FHA; Physics; Chemistry.
BARBARA SUE USHER
Entered 56; Mcgruders Rooters; Bookworm Club-Crabs; The Lone Maniac and His 36 Psychiatrists.
Hatcher's Historians; Thymalian Club; Diversified Cooperative Training Club; Movie Operators Club.
Beta Club; Hi-Y; Movie Operators; D-R-I-P-S; Strickland's Little Rebels. Treasurer; Govec; Boys' State. Alternate Delegate; Thornton's Tippy Typers; Thymalian; Los Traductores Locos Los Tamales Corrientes; Junior Music Club, President; Art; Sperry's Psychopathic Seniors; Piano; World History.BARBARA WATSON
J.O.'s Juntos; Intramural Basketball; Practical English; Junior Play Properties Committee; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Library Service; FHA, Secretary. Chairman of Degrees; Senior Play Properties Committee. Sperry Psychopathic Seniors; Stitch and Sew; 4-H; Hatchers Historians; General Science.
Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Music Workshop; Library Service; Future Teachers of America; Home Ec Sweetheart; Le Circle Francais; Beta; Histri-Crats; Art Club. Secretary; Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Les Miserables; Sperry Kultured Kats; C-R-A-B-S; Annual Staff.
Romani Hodierni; Track; History Untold; Shortcircuits. President; Movie Operators; The Lone Maniac and His 36 Psychiatrists; Molecule Collins and His Little Atoms; Chemistry Club; Junior Classical League; U.S. History; World History.
Movie Operators; Uncle Bob's Story Hour; Strickland's Pioneers; Future Flyers; Thornton's Tippy Typists.
Driver's Training; Kitchen Kats; Stitch and Stew; Desoto Barefoot Historians.
Student Council; Baseball; Football; Basketball. Key Club. Treasurer; Junior Class. President; Buenos Vecinos; Block "A Outstanding Boy Second District; Biological Research; Strickland’s Pioneers.
U.S. History; American Government.CLEMENTINE WIGGINS
Beta Club; Art Club; Buenos Vecinos; Student Council; Los Conquistadores; J.O.'s Junto. Press Reporter; Anchor Club; Sperry’s Psychopathic Seniors; Business Leaders of Tomorrow; Senior Play Cast; Intramural Cheerleader.
Hi-Y; Key Club; Varsity Football; "B” Team Football; Junior Play; Senior Play; Beta Club; Baseball; Glee Club; Troubadours; Movie Operators; Barefooted Historians; "B” Team Basketball; Tennis; Science Club; Magruder’s Rooters; Molecule Collins and his Little Atoms; Howell’s Biologists.
Beta Club; Romani Hodierni; Gamma Tri-Hi-Y; Intramural Basketball; Cursus Honorum; tT.S. History Debaters; SOS; Anchor Club. President, Junior Director; Basketball; General Science; Uncle Bob’s Story Hour.
Library Service. Vice President; Biology Club; Strickland's Little Rebels; DCT; Faudree’s Business Workers. Secretary; SOS. Secretary; Driver's Training. Hatcher’s Historians; Intramural Basketball.
JAMES C WIMBISH
Band; Captain's Corps; U.S. History Club; Biology Club;
Sophomore Class President; FHA. Treasurer; Student Council; Beta Club; General Business; Hatcher's Historians; Junior Class Vice President; Library Service Club. Treasurer; History L’ntold; Senior Class Vice President; Psycopathic Seniors. President; Future Business Leaders of Tomorow. Vice President; SOS.
CAROL ANNE WOFFORD
Alpha Tri-Hi-Y; Delta Tri-Hi-Y; Psychopathic Seniors; Rock and Roll Chapter of the Bookworms Club; Lc Cercle Francais; Little Rebels; Art Club; FHA; General Science Club; Thornton’s Tipsy Typers; World History.
FHA; Delta Tri Hi-Y; Biological Research Club; History Untold; SOS, Secretary; Business Leaders of Tomorrow, Secretary-Treasurer; P-O-G-O-E-S.Homecoming Queen and Court
Queen Diane Flowers and her escort Tyler Martin.
"From the crown of his head to the soles of his feet, he is all mirth”
Joyce Coppedge, Secretary; Lawton Jordon, Secretary; Linda Cullom, Press Reporter; Margaret Hatcher, Vice President; Edwina Davis, President; Bill Buntin, President; Jan Davis, Treasurer; Durward Pennington, Vice President.Ann Anderson Patsy Armstrong Jayme Auitman Sibyl Ball Turner Ball
Ted Barfield Elaine Bartley William Bass Randall Bates John Beasley
Dennis Beaty Raemon Beaty Bill Bennett Gail Birdsong John Blakey
Rachel Blankenship Embree Bolton Brenda Bowen Joe Bowden Judith Bowman
Bill Boyko Claude Bradley Gordon Bradwell Jim Brandon Richard Brown
Charlotte Bryant Bill Buntin Diana Butler Jean Cain Virginia Cannon
Carlton Kay Carlton Richard Carson
J° Cates Ruth Chambers
We Have Tried to See the Gayer Side
Martha Ann Cheney Jack Clanton Earl Cline Jr.
Jeanine Coleman Judy Collins
James Colquit Buford C. Connell Lamar Cook Terrell E. Cooper Joyce Coppedge
Glenda Council Tommy Courson Sarah Cox Bill Crawford Robert Creamer
Linda Cullom Pat Daniel Murray David Bruce Davidson Elneita DavidsonNancy Jo Davidson Chevy Davis Edwina Davis Jan Davis Janet Demlow
Agatha Dollar Barbara Dollar Bobby Dollar Mike Doyal John DuBose
Eve-Anne Duke Jimmy Duke Yvonne Edwards Amy Jane Ellis Jimmy Fallaw
Bobby Farmer Sallie Fleuren Linda Ford Jerrie Fordham Betty Free
Shirley Freeman Margaret Geddings Pete Germany Herman Giddens Jerry Giddens
Linda Giles Alan Gill Richmond Gill Hollis Glover Roger C. GodfreyFrank Godwin Carole Goodin Linda Gotsch Laura Gray Martha Green
Anne Gregors Carole Gregors Ellen Griffin Billy Gurr Eleanor Hagins
Emily Haire Bill Halford Bobby Hall Ernest Hall Ted Hall
Mary Harmon James Harrell Linda Harrell Maudie Faye Harrell Patsy Hart
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Thorpe Hatfield John Harry Hayes A Pauline Henson
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Macgaret Johns Johnny Johnson Patricia Johnston Bobby Joe Johnston Fred M. Jones
Tim Jones Ed Jordan Lawton Jordan Jackie Kennedy Jane Kieve
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Bill Maxwell Lanny Mays Jo Anne McClelland Lynn McCorvey Mary McCrary
James McDonald Dean McLemore Doyle McLeod Julie McNeal Margaret McdlockBelle Melton Deanie Melton Agnes Melvin Joy Middleton Sandra Miller
Dot Miller Patsy Milner Matilda Milward Ann Mitchell Jean Mitchell
William Mock Sandra Moncrief De Anne Moore
Donald Moore Marlene Moore
Carol Mosley Patricia Musgrove Howard Mullis David Neilson Beth Nolan
Luther Nolan Elizabeth Osborne Lanell Owens Wilda Jean Padgett Jeane Pafford
Reginald S. Paige Betty Parker Bobby Patrick Pat Patterson Eugene Pearson
ISallie Peavy Durward Pennington David Peterson Jeannine Phillips Jimmy Pickron
Nancy Pierson Philip Plummer Reginald Pollard Deila Pollock Pat Pollock
Bob Prevatte Jr. Judy Pryor Ben Ramsey Tom Rawlings Carolyn Reaves
Faye Reddick Ed Reese Dent Reeves J. L. Reynolds Edward Rhodes
Walter Rhyne Ann Riley Carolyn Ringstaff Virginia Robinson Carolyn Rogers
William F. Ross Nellie Rowe Thomas Rutherford James Mertilo Sanders Jerry William SaylorJohnny
We Hope Others Will Find the Joy That We
Jimmy Simons Jimmy Sineath Larry Slaughter Ann Smith Eugene Smith
Faye Smith Michael Shuttle-worth Patsy Smith Sammy Smith Lolita Stearman
Anne Stewart Joyce Stone Darrill Tabb Jerome Taylor Peggy Tanner
Cameron Terry Carl Thomas Lynwood Thomas Jenny Thompson Mary Ann ThorntonDon’t Think Even Exists in a Junior Year.
Sammy Tyson Ish Verner Edd Vinson Tommy Walden Claire Walker
Quinnon Walker Joe Watkins Diann Warren Gail Watson Robert Watson
Tommy Watson Ronald Weinman Harold West Edna Erie Whiddon Jane Whitman
Lewis Whitman Charles Wilder Jeanelle Wiggins Ann Williams Cecil WilliamsLeslie Williams Marvina Williams Penny Williams Saundra Williams Frances Williford
Harvey Willis Jerry Willis Annette Wills Robert Wills Betty Jo Wilson
John Wilson Alton Wingate Sue Wingrove Linda Wood Bill Woodruffophomores
"Mingle a little folly with your wisdom; a little nonsense now and then is pleasant.”
Ann Rainey, Treasurer; Mary Murphy, Vice President; Billy Ivey, Secretary; Mike Knight, Vice President; Herb Windom, Treasurer; Russell Rouse, President; Martha Sasser, Secretary; Sandy Lockney, President.Carol Adams Jane Albriton Tommy Aldredge Elaine Alligood Marvin Aultman
Bobby Aycock Jerry Bailey Ann Baker Lucy Barefield Janice Barnes
Echo Barrett James Bass Roy Bearden Roger Belcher Paul Berrey
Alfred Berry Jim Blackmer Johanna Bleicher Bill Blizard Ronald Bolt
Pat Bradley Carole Brantley Jack Brown Margaret Brown John Brunson
Carter Burnell Mary Burnett Wayne Burnett Linda Butler Mary Shelley Cagle
Emily Cannon Joyce Cannon Patricia Cannon Harold Carter Linda CastleberryBilly Cato Elaine Christian Shirlee Clark Marty Cleghorne Donald Clifton
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Sandra Ruth Cohen Marion Coleman Beverly Commagere
La Verne Connell Robert Conner Melvyn Cooper Sally Coppock Jackie Corbin
Joan Couch Tobie Cox Jackie Crabtree Helen Cravey Walter Cravey
Billy Creech Johnny Creel James Allen Curry II Joyce Daniel Ada Darden
We Had Been Told That All Was
Carolyn Darby Billy Davidson Haroldene Davidson Darnell Davis ' Jimmie DavisDonald Day Barry Denson Harriette Dickson James Dollar Kay Dollar
Merle Dorminey Linda Dorsey Jan Dowda Henry Dugan Teena Duke
Elzie Duncan Bobby Dunn Charlotte Dunn Hinky Dunn Pat Dupree
Nancy Durr Larry Dyer I-reddie Elder Newlyn Edmonds Gail Ellis
Bobby Erkhart Billie Sue Esco Jimmy Ethridge Glenda Eubanks Nelda Everson
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John Henry Fuqua, Jr. A1 Garrett
Betty Carolyn Gassett Starlet Geiger Edmond Gibbon
Wade Gill James Givens Virginia Givens Herbert Gladin Lynda Glass
Joyce Glover Alta Godfrey Barbara Godfrey Ann Goolsby Bobbie Gordon
Much Mirth in the Blood of Julius Caesar
Trudy Gore Avalona Graham Wayne Gray Mary' Frances Greene Ruth GrinerLarry Hancock Kathleen Harker Edward Harp Carroll Harper Patricia Harrell
Faye Harris Marguerite Harris Kenneth Harrod Carey Hatcher Ruth Hatfield
Brenda Hawthorne Carolyn Haye6 Henry HayeS . Jeriann Hayes Van Heard
Camille Henderson Pat Henderson Raymond Henderson Clinton Hendley Lynn Henson
John Hightower Sandra Hinson Eugene Hitchcock Linford Hobby James E. Hogate
Dale Holland Wayne Hollomon Tommy Holt Sandra Hopkins Jewell Horne
George Howell Jo Ann Howell Carl Hudson Jack Hudson Nancy HuffSara Hughes Robert Huie Billy Humber Delores Hurst Evangeline Hyde
Billy Ivey Monte Jackson Eugene James Sandra Jewell Billy Johnson
Gloria Jean Johnson Linda Johnson Mike Johnston Hewett Joiner Cecilia Jones
Jimmy Jones Mike Jones Raymond Keebler Carla Kennedy Charles Kilgore
Ken Kinard Frank Kirksey Gene Klein Jeffrey Kling Mike Knight
Jacky Kuharek Lotttie Land Jimmy Langley Jeanette Lasseter Billy Law
Martha Law Richard Lawson Jimmy Lee Joan Lee Spencer LeeRobin Leeger
Daniel Chester Leming, Jr.
Jerry Lindsey LeVerne Lindsey Wayne Littlejohn Sandie Lockney Paul Lovett
Delano Lowery Edsel Majors, Jr. Gloria Malone Ginger Manley Jackie Marks
Brenda Martin Virginia Mason Twila Mason Julian Matthews Marilyn Maxwell
Linda McAfee Bobbie Nell McCraney Martha Sue McCrary Rosemary McCulley Ann McCuilock
Margaret McDaniel Donald A. McDonald Jimmie McDonald Joyce Ann McDonald Ronnie McDonald
Hugh McElroy Jo Ann McElvaine Mary Frances McGilvray Bill McKnight Frank McLendonRobert McLendon Larry Melvin Michael Merren Willie Miller Phyllis Milner
Robert Mobley Bennie Monfort Gail Moody Margaret Moore Eileen Moses
Stafford Mozenette Glen Moulder, Jr. Fred Mulford Diane Mullin Paul Musselwhite
Betty Jean NeSmith Wyolene Nix Clay Nunnally A1 Odom Tommy Olivent
Steve Orton Michalyn Overby Jeanie Page Lionel J. Palardy Jan Parham
Gail Patterson Virginia Patton Billy Woodruff Payne Harold Peak Richard Peek
Pete Peterson Albert Pichard Becky Pilcher Barbara Pollard Winston O. PoseyRuthellen Power Norman Pritchett Raymond Purvis Geneva Radney Kent Ragan
Ann Rainey Micky Redding Miry Leverne Rehberg Patsy Reid Wayne Rich
Gloria Ricks Billy Richter Hugh Roach Milton Robinson Linda Rogers
Charles Rogers Jeff Rose Ronald Ross Russell Rouse Ann Russell
Carol Russell James Russell Martha Sasser Grady Sceals Jack Schnell
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David Sizemore Mary Skipper Judi Slobin Billy Smith Clinton Smith
David Smith Horace Smith Lowell Smith Pauline Smith Sandra Nell Smith
Fred Stafford Carol Starnes Charlotte Stephens Lois Stephens Robert Stephens
Sue Ann Stephens Mac Stinson Bobby Strickland Walter Strickland Lee Stripling
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Joyce Sumner Lorna Jean Sweeting Charles Taylor Linda Carol Taylor Mary Ellen Terry
Charles Thomas Courtney Thomas Jo Ann Thomas Joyce Thurmond Jimmy Tolbert
Linda Gail Tolbert Donna Trinies Carol Trombly Billy Trotter Myra Turner
Toby Turner John Vansant Patricia Ann Varnum Mary Sue Wade Beth Wallace
Hugh Wallace Jerry Warton Suzanne Ware Jeanette Watkins Judy Watkins
Bonny Watson Kenyon Watson Mary Watson Sara Antonica Webb Raymond Welch
Barbara Whatley Stanley Whitaker Robert White Wade White Wayne WhiteJulian Whiting Latricia Wildes Edwin Williford Annette Willis Jan Willis
Kathy Willis Herb Windom Catherine Wingate A1 Wise Linda Woodall
Bill Woody Shirley Wooten Bob Wright Gordon Wright Jim Yancey
"Oh, mirth and innocence! . . . ... Ye happy mixture of more happy days."
BYRONFreshman Class Officers
Bud Lewis, President; Richard Creel, Secretary; Martin York, Treasurer; Marshall Tanner, Vice President; Margaret Wilson, President; Neca Blair, Treasurer; Audrey Ash, Vice President; Lila Sheffield, Press Reporter; Celia Davis, Secretary.Ed Adams Robert Adams Hazel Akridge Bob Allen Diane Allen Julia Allen
Faye Anderson W. C. Anderson Buddy Armstrong Marianna Armstrong Carolyn Arneson Bubber Arnold
Janice Arthur Audrey Ash Mary Donna Autry Ronald Baldwin Zara Ball Shirlann Ballew
Billy Banks Chet Banks Ben Barbre Judy Barbre Peggy Barker Alona Bardsdale
Raymond Barlow Bobby Bartley Peggy Barton Leslie Batey Jerry Bean Mike Bean
Bernard Bearry Billy Beauchamp Larry Becco Cyril la Beck Glynn Bell-Isle Sterline Bell-Isle
Nancy Belt Darlene Beitz Dorothy Bennett Patrick Berry Lawerence Berry Beverly BetheaWhat a Neiv and Different Setting We
Ross Birdsong Hugh Bishop Patti Bishop Neca Blair Carolyn Blakey Janice Blalock
Trellie Blanchard Lucy Bland Tommy Blcwett Neely Boggs Paul Bolt Chuck Brad well
Virginia Branch David Brand Brenda Brashears Danny Breeden Robert Bridges Jimmie Broadaway
Faye Broadway Cecil Brom Diantha Broome Freeland Brown Linda Brown Merle Brown
Jackie Lee Bruner Wanda Bruner Freddie Bryant Beverly Bullington Joe Burdeshaw Phyllis Burgess
Hugh Burnham Bobbie Jean Butts Rita Butts Thomas Butts Judith Cain Bessie CannonPlayed Our Roles of Life in This Year.
George Cannon Sylvia Carden Nancy Carder Corinnc Carlton Larry Carlton Jean Carter
Larry Carter Marlaine Carter Marion Cartwright Shirley Casey Yvonne Casey Bobby Cato
Rebecca Chambers William Chandler Carole Chappell Fred Chappell Lynn Chestnutt Judy Chiarmonte
Floyd Childs Ann Churchwell Michael Clancey Barrie Clark Dawn Clegg J. C. Cleveland
Cal lie Mae Cloud Laura Cloud Cynthia Clyatt Pat Cochran Pamela Cockroft Olin Coffey
Benny Cohen Joe Coleman John Henry Collins Mike Collins Bobby Colvin Gordon W. ColvinHoiv Many Things We’ve Learned
Patsy Conley Alice Connell Charles Conrad Charles C. Cook Earl Cook Harris Cook
Tommy Cook Virginia Cook Barbara Cooper Betty Corbett Arlene Costello James Coston
Pearl Coston Sara Coston Gay Council Margie Couver Larry Courson Charles Cowan
Jimmy Dervan Diane Cox Dee Crandall Mary Alice Crawford Richard Creel Robert Creel
Jo Carole Crisler Betsy Crittenden Carroll Croft Carolyn Culbreth Janis Culbreth Pat Culbreth
Peggy Cutchens David Cuthbertson Doug Daniel Douglas Davidson Celia DavisX w
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Diane DeFord Lynne Demlow Noel Ann Dennis Bill Dixon Vic Dobner Jay Doolittle
Jenny Dorough Charles Douglas Lynn Dowd Don Driggers Donald Rudolph Dubose Charles Ronald Duckworth
Malissa Duggan Ruby Duncan Charlotte Durden Marney Dyess Sue Dunn Michael Edge
Gene Edmonds Boyce Edwards Hal Edwards Phillip Eller Katheryn Elliott Ray Elmore
Jimmy Elwell Mary Louise English Sammy Engram Larry Elsworth Bonnie Epps Nancy Etheridge
John Exum Johnnie Ezell Georgia Ann Farris James Farrow Charles Ferrelle Beverly FinkCarol Fisher Edward Flcuren Denese Flowers Nlarylin Flowers Fay Floyd James Folmar
Deany Ford Jerry Ford Roswitha Form James Fort Donald Fowler Clyde Frazier
Jerry Gibbon Pat Gigante Doug Gissendanner Jackie Gladin Kenneth Glass Shirley Glenn
Robert Glover Fred Goolsby Lamar Gordy Jan Gosa Charles Gramling Betty Grant
Billy Grant Martha Gray Frank Griffin Jesse Griffin Terry Griffin Nancy Jo Grimes
Gail Grimslcy Inman Grimsley Betty Lou Gregory Bruce Gruber Gloria Haire William Haire
Bernard Haldeman Emily Jean Haley Caroline Hall Harriette Hall Jerry Hall Jimmy HallFerris Hardee Jimmy Harker Wallace Harper Estelle Harrell Linda Harrell Bobby Hart
Stacy Hall Linda Hambrick Ray Hamilton (( -' Ann Hammond
Rosalene Hancock Linda Hard
George Hasty Glenn Hatcher Sulynn Hatcher George Hawkins Billy Hawthorne Linda Hayman
Paul Henry Carlcene Henson Lawmonta Henson Douglas Herbert David Herrington Linda Hickman
Joan Hightower Carol Hill Charles Hill Roger Wayne Hines Tommy Hinote Kay Hitson
Priscilla Hobbs Randolph Hobbs Wilfreda Holdren Johnny Holland Bobby Holman Suzy Honnold
Bob House Brenda Houston Janice Houston Claude Howze Kathy Hudgens David HudginsJoyce Hudson Lois Huff Frank Hunshamer Wayne Hutchinson Ernest Alton Iler Doug Irwin
Gearetta Jackson Seaford Jackson Iris Jacobs Mark Jeffrey Jo Anne Johnston Bobby Joiner
Chee C.hee Joines Arnold Jones Barry Jones Charles Jones Patricia Jones Jane Jordan
Steve Karst George Keel Laura Keen Don Kelly Gloria Kendrick Hellen Kennedy
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Shorty Kennedy Linda Kimbrel Marvice Kinder Charles King Delores King Donice King
Gloria King Harold King Juanita King Frances Lorene Kirk Roberta E. Kirk Jimmy Kirkpatrick
Betty Jean Kirksey Rudine Klein Stella Kulikowski Larry Lake John Langley Linda Lanleyby W ate king the Upperclassmen Assume
Flo Langtry Paul Write Laramore Anne Lawrence Jerry Lawson Louis LeBlanc Jr. Gayle Lee
Lester Darrell Legett Linda Letchas Charles Lctchworth Bud Lewis Edward Lewis
Nickey Lewis Barbara Lindsey Charlotte Lindsey Raymond Littleton Ruby Nell Littleton David Lloyd
Patricia Loeb Lyn Lofton Bobby Logan Howard Lominec Linda Lucas Patricia Luckey
Rex Lynch Jack Mallard Tommy Malone Jane Maloy Raleigh Mann Vernon D. Mann
Stella Marshall Becky Martin Barbara Massey Johnny Massey Mary Kate Massey Barbara Annell MatthewsTheir Roles With a Sense of Superiority
Frances Matthews Frank Mayo Jr. John McBurnett Dorothy McCarty Charles McConnell Charles McCorklc
Dianne McCorvey Matt McCoy Robin McDaniel George McDonald Wayne McElroy Vivian McEver
Carol McGary Jimmy McLendon Billy McMore Larry McRanie Mary Jo Melton Chuck Menefee
Jimmy Merritt Charles Middleton Bunny Miller John Miller Vic Miller June Mills
Faith Milner Gail Mitchell Jeanette Mitchell Beulah Minix Eirla Minix Madeline Mock
Gwen Money Betty Jean Moore Doug Moore Jimmy Moore Joe Moore Mary Ann Mooree c
, Iprulette Moore 'fl hirley Ann Moore Linda Morgan Audrey Jean Moses Helene Mott LuAnne Mount
Vernie Musgrove Pam Myers Charles Myler Mike Nabors Lamar NeSmith Robin New
Lou Newman Mary Ellen Nichols Reba Anne Nichols Philip Nielsen Betty Nix Joan Nodorek
Franklin Norman Wesley Norman Jimmy Norris Lydia Norris Larry O'Brien Eddie Ogletree
Harry Ort, Jr. Gloria Jean Owens Ann Owensby Sherrie Jean Page Dewitt Palmer Andy Parker
Pat Patterson Roger Harrell Paulk Rita Payne Hart Pearson Speedy Petroff Billy Hugh Phillips
Jerry Phillips William Henry Phillip Joey Pickin Carolyn Pickron vGraydon Pierce AnrTt Picrson and Now We Dare to Think That We
Lynne Pierson Carol Jean Pitts Jack Pitts Ray Pitts Gordon Poer Barbara Pope
Larry Poppell Roger Posey Rosoline Posey Jane Powell John Powell Grace Prescott
Pete Price Wayne Pridgen Donnie Ragan Jeanette Randall Jerry Ray Faye Reaves
Rehberg Henry Reid Mike Reublin Bobby Reynolds Richard Rhodes Jimmy Richards
Cookie Rif kin Harold Riggs Garlyn Robinson Patsey Robinson Lewis Rogers Brenda Ross
Carroll Ross John Ross Tommy Ross Frances Rossignol Kitty Royal Rex RoyalAnna Rutherford Aubrey Rutherford John Rutland Claudia Saiadin Randy Sammons Sandra Saucier
Judd Savclle Betty Scott Edgar Scott Lamar Scott Laura Scott Jo Ann Seay
Pat Sellers Wilson Sellers Roger Selph Mickey Sharon Jackie Sharp Lila Sheffield
Laura Shemwell Janice Shiver Charles Shuttleworth Martha Simmonc Elizabeth Sims Freddie Sink
Mike Sink Peggy Sleep Elizabeth Smith Jerlynn Smith Jimmy Smith Sally Smith
Mike Smith Patricia Smith Richard Smith Sue Smith Mary Spencer Sylvia Spivey
Nancy Spring Richard Spring Critt Spurlin Gale Stearman Harry Stevens John Stewart
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Ruth Stewart Linda Stokes Patsy Stokes Jay Strawder Don Strickland Martha Strong
Cilenn Suggs Hazel Sutton Howard Swain Ben Swilley Jimmy Tabb arshall anner
Steve Tanner Edward Taylor Tyrone Temple Lynn Thayer Terry Thayer Shirley Thompson
Darrel Thornhill Sandra Kay Thrower Earl Wilma Thurman Earl Tidwell Alvin Tisdale Robert Tison
Neil Bobby Tomlinson Douglas Tomlinson Barbara Tucker Doug Tucker Joyce Tyson Billy Upton
Jimmy Valentine Patricia Ann Varner Burt Venturelli Barbara Vickers Junea Viddler Neva ViningMarjorie Vinson Pat Vinson Joan Wagner Nancy Wakeford Alex Walker Charles Walker
Babs Wamble Barbara Jo Ward Carolyn Ward Sonny Webb Helen Wehlitz Sandra Welch
Janice West Sandra W.est Brenda Westor. Betty White Don White Gary Whitfield
James Whitfield Howe Whitman William Whitney Joe Wigelsworth Sandra Williams Stuart Williams
Daryl Williamson Patricia Williamson Barbara Wilson Margaret Wilson Charles Woodard Gary Woodham
Howard Woods John Worsham William Worsham Henry Wren Bill Wright Carlene Wright
Billy Yelverton Robert Yielding Martin Yorkrgcmizations
"And one man in his time plays many parts."
—SHAKESPEAREBUSINESS EDITOR EDITOR IN CHIEF Norbert Chausse Janie Strawder
ASSISTANT EDITOI Willian Mock
CLUB EDITOR Nancy Hill
JUNIOR ASSISTANT Bill Buntin
FEATURE EDITOR Barbara Bennett
CLUB ASSISTANT Ruth Russell
ADVERTISEMENT EDITOR Anne Newscne
PHOTOGRArHY EDITOR Barbara Patton
LITERARY ADVISOR Mrs. Marv Futch
JUNIOR ASSISTANT Ed Jorda i
tt1Fn t r The Thronateeska Animal Staff
PURPOSE—To present to the student body of Albany High School a pictorial record of the school year of 1956-57.Student Cotmcil
PURPOSE—The Student Council is an organization which strives to be of service to the school and the community, to provide general regulations for the conduct and practice of the students of Albany High School, to work hand in hand with the students, administrators, and faculty for a harmonious school program.
PRESIDENT Ruth Sasser
VICE PRESIDENT Ed Jordan
SECRETARY Mary Ann Thornton
TREASURER Mariellen Johnson
PARLIAMENTARIAN Jerry Brimberry
SPONSORS Miss Eugenia Strickland Miss Frances FeaginBeta Cltib
Mary Ann Thornton
Mrs. E. M. Dobbins Mr. N. E. Hatcher
PURPOSE—'To promote the ideals of honesty, service, and leadership among the high school students of America.
SOPHOMORE MEMBERSStella Kalmon Club Future Teachers of America
PRESIDENT Barbara Patton
VICE PRESIDENT Rosa Lee Mitt hell
SEC RETARY Nancy Hill
TREASURER Pauline Sterne
PARLIAMENTARIAN Shurley Barrow
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.
PRESIDENT Betty Willis
VICE PRESIDENT Beth Davis
SECRETARY Rosemary Smith
TREASURER Sonia Sutton
SPONSOR Mrs. A. S. Horton
SENIOR DIRECTOR JUNIOR DIRECTOR SOPHOMORE DIRECTOR
Barbara Bennett Edwina Davis Martha SasserAlpha
PRESIDENT Charlotte Chapman
VICE PRESIDENT Barbara Patton
SECRETARY Kay Barrett
TREASURER Dale Briggs
SERGEANT-AT-ARMS Beth Davis
Miss Thelma Plant Mrs. Bob Inghram
Anne Newsome Nancy Castleberry
Ruth Sasser, Diane Flowers, Mariellen Johnson
PLATFORM—Self improvement, Christian Fellowship, United Service.
PURPOSE—To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character.Hi-Y
PRESIDENT Rcmbert Glass
VICE PRESIDENT John Beasley
SECRETARY Don Hill
TREASURER Tyler Martin
CHAPLAIN Embree Bolton
SPONSOR William R. Bragg
PURPOSE—To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character.PRESIDENT Enzor Beckam
VICE PRESIDENT Mi I ledge White
SECRETARY Billy Strickland
TREASURER Bill Buntin
SWEETHEARTS Diane Flowers Mariellen Johnson
SPONSOR Mrs. Jack Rowe
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PRESS REPORTER PARLIAMENTARIAN ADVISOR.......
... Lawton Jordan Philip Plummer Bobby McKenzie
PURPOSE—To promote good citizenship through school service.
PRESIDENT Donald Wells
VICE PRESIDENT Walter Ryhne
SECRETARY-TREASURER Lewis Whitman
PARLIAMENTARIAN Harold Honnold
SPONSOR Eloyd A. Russell
PURPOSE—-To serve Albany High School and the community by rendering lighting and sound effects in the A. H. S. auditorium.
PRESIDENT Tyler Martin Movie Operators VICE PRESIDENT Rembcrt Glass
SECRETARY TREASURER SPONSOR
Sam Hyde Bill Buntin W. A. LovelessLibrary Service Club
VICE PRESIDENT. SECRETARY TREASURER.....
Richard Lawson ....Toby Turner
SPONSOR—Mrs. J. J. Hogue, Librarian
PURPOSE—To give service to the school and to learn something of librarianship as a profession.Diversified Cooperative Training
VICE PRESIDENT. ....
2nd VICE PRESIDENT..
PRESIDENT Shirley Austin
VICE PRESIDENT Martha Virginia Smith
SECRETARY Barbara Watson
TREASURER Mary Alice Strawder
SPONSOR Mrs. J. K. Duffes
Future Homemakers of America
PRESIDENT Trina Davis
VICE PRESIDENT Sally Smith
SECRETARY Caroline Hall
TREASURER Nancy Belt
PARLIAMENTARIAN Pat Gigante
SPONSORS Mrs. George M. Park Mrs. Robert Shepherd ■
Albany future farmers of America
PRESIDENT................Edgar Hanson REPORTER
VICE PRESIDENT............Billy Gurr PARLIAMENTARIAN
SECRETARY Robert Miller CHAPTER SWEETHEART
TREASURER Reed Hatfield ADVISOR............
Learning lo do Doing to earn Earning to lire Living lo serve
Don L. West
The Future Fanners of America is a national organization of farm boys enrolled in vocational agriculture classes in high school. The purpose or aim of F.F.A. chapters is to help farm boys help themselves.4-H Club
PRESIDENT Yvonne Hatcher
SPONSOR Mrs. Fannie Mae Griner
VICE PRESIDENT Joyce Knox
SECRETARY Jean Pafford
TREASURER Marihelen RogersStatic Chasers
VICE PRESIDENT...........Ellis Chestnut
SECRETARY and TREASURER l-reddie Jones
SPONSOR................Floyd A. Russell’(A
Les Miser able s
MOTTO—Tout homme a deux patries, la sienne et puis La France.
Le Cercle Francais
PRESIDENT Williford Johnson
VICE PRESIDENT Anice Niblett
SECRETARY Daleyn Schmidt
TREASURER Jackie Doyle
SPONSOR Miss Ina Randitt
PRESIDENT Linda Gotsch
VICE PRESIDENT Jane Whitman
SECRETARY John Beasley
TREASURER Patsy Milner
SPONSOR Miss Ina Randitt
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PRESIDENT Turner Bali
VICE PRESIDENT Rosalee Mitchell
SECRETARY Judy Pryor
TREASURER Sally Hutchinson
SPONSOR Mrs. S. A. Juhan
PURPOSE—To promote interest in the study of Spanish and our Spanish-American neighbors.
Los Corsarios Enrnascarados
PURPOSE—To promote interest in the study of Spanish and our Spanish-Ameri-can neighbors.
PRESIDENT Edwina Davis
VICE PRESIDENT Claire Walker
SECRETARY Nancy Pierson
TREASURER Gilbert Simmons
SPONSOR Mrs. S. A. JuhanLos Diablos Chicos
PURPOSE—To promote interest in the study of Spanish and our Spanish-American Neighbors.
PRESIDENT John Harry Hayes
VICE PRESIDENT Brenda Hawthorne
SECRETARY Jane Fogle
TREASURER Sandra Holloway
SPONSOR Mrs. S. A. Juhan
PRESIDENT Patsy Melvin
VICE PRESIDENT Anne Stewart
SECRETARY Joyce Coppedge
TREASURER Pauline Sterne
SPONSOR Mrs. S. A. Juhan
Los Tamales Calientes
PURPOSE—To promote interest in the study of Spanish and our Spanish-American neighbors.Los Espanoles Dormidos
PRESIDENT Della Pollock
VICE PRESIDENT Julia Massey
SECRETARY Charlotte Stephens
TREASURER Lynn Hunter
SPONSOR Mrs. S. A. Juhan
PURPOSE—To promote interest in the study of Spanish and our Spanish-American neighbors.
SENIOR CONSUL Helene Marks
JUNIOR CONSUL Jamye Aultman
INAESTOR Betty Free
AEDILES Judy Madson Diana Butler
SPONSOR Mrs. E. M. DobbinsMEMBERS
Don Hill Courtney Thomas Robin Leeger John Fountain usan Fleming everly Commagire Carole Brantley Harold Carter Party Cleghorne Hinky Dunn
Billie Sue Esco Marion Fulmer Beth Nolan Pauline Smith Fred Stafford
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Janice Earnes Patsy Patterson Mrs. E.P. Dobbins
JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE
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________Don Hill treasurer______________John Fountain
Courtney Thomas Press Reporter_______________ usan Fler.inr.
___hobin Leeger Parliamentarian_________Beverly Cormagire
Purpose of Club: To create a friendly interest 'n tie elastics, as well to develop led-rsnip and responsibility.PRESIDENT Starlet Geiger
VICE PRESIDENT Henry Dunn
SECRETARY Mary Sue Wade
TREASURER Katherine Willis
SPONSOR Miss Preston
PRESIDENT Pauline Smith
VICE PRESIDENT Donald Clifton
SECRETARY Robin Leeger
TREASURER Hewitt Joiner
SPONSOR Miss PrestonThe Lit Wits
Martha Ann Chaney Miss Agnes PrestonBookivorms Club - Crabs Chapter
PRESIDENT................Nancy Castleberry TREASURER...................Anice Niblett
VICE PRESIDENT..................Toby Ivey PRESS REPORTER.............Ramona Reames
SECRETARY..................June Tomlinson PARLIAMENTARIAN................Miss Plant
SPONSOR.........Miss Thelma PlantRock and Roll Chapter of Bookworms Club
SLOGAN Routes of continuing knowledge and
Roads of lasting literature
PRESIDENT Lavon Payton
VICE PRESIDENT Barbara Bennett
TREASURER Wcndall Prince
PRESS REPORTER Don Hill
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 both oral and written form.
Shurley Anne Barrow Wynton Gay Charles Goodman Lee Hall Eudora Lee Rosa Lee Mitchell Roy Medlin Miriam Nielson Herbert Nowell Rudolph Patterson Shirley Pope Diane Pulliam Jack Sadler Daleyne Schmidt Rosemary Smith Kay Stanton Pauline Sterne Vicki Thayer Jean Twilley Charles Ward Carol Anne WoffordBookworms Club -Creeps Chapter
SLOGAN—Cosmopolitan Reading and Excellent English Procedures Studied.
PRESS REPORTER 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 both oral and written form.VICE PRESIDENT Janie Turner
TREASURER Iris Hubble
ADVISOR Miss Thelma Plant
Practicers of Good English Standards
PRESIDENT Marihelen Rogers
SECRETARY Alice Horne
PARLIAMENTARIAN Roger Wells(Sharing new ideas from fine literature and English studies.)
PURPOSE—To gain a keener appreciation of the meaning and beauty of words through studies.Slaves of History
...John Henry Fuqua
Mrs. Evelyn Fleming
PURPOSE—To become better slaves of history.Fleming’s Historical Fact Finders
Stafford Mozette . Curtis Faircloth
PURPOSE—To interpret the future through a study of the past.
sThe Dumb Debaters
Murray David Phillip Plummer .. Ellen Griffin Elnita Davidson Joyce Coppcdge Mr. J. O. Allen
PURPOSE—To think clearly and speak effectively.
Bill Boyko Martha Ann Cheney Judy Collins Joyce Coppedge Sara Cox Murray David Bill Davidson Elnita Davidson Darnell Davis Yvonne Edwards Amy Jane Ellis Bobby Erkhart
Margaret Geddings Martha Greene Ellen Griffin Charles Howell Tim Jones La Trelle King Laverne Knight Joyce Knox Ginger Layson Sylvia Kirkland Speck Leech Julia Massey
Patsy Milner Ellis Norton Jean Pafford Nancy Pierson Phillip Plummer Jean Ringstaff Joyce Stone Ronnie Weinman Ann Williams Frances Williford Annette Wills Sue WingroveJ.O.’s Debaters
PRESIDENT John Wilson
VICE PRESIDENT Mary Harman
SECRETARY Mary Dean Melton
TREASURER Jane Whitman
PRESS REPORTER Linda Cullom
SPONSOR J. O. Allen
PURPOSE—To think clearly and speak effectively.Govec
PRESIDENT David Dykes
VICE PRESIDENT Roudolph Patterson
SECRETARY Charles Goodman
TREASURER Tommy Barinc-au
PRESS REPORTER Dan McIntyre
SPONSOR N. C. HATCHER
Tommy Barineau Otto Becham J. S. Clark Arlene Cuthbertson David Dykes Bobby. Eason Larry Edwards Ronnie Fountain Charlie Goodman Roy Gotko Sam Hammond Charlie Hancock Jimmy Hattaway Marjorie Holton Charles Lewis Dan McIntyre Nathan McCrary Otis Melton Rudolph Patterson Chester Rogers Juanita Summerford Billy Torply Lynwood Thomas Janie Turner Richard Ward Gene WigginsMagruder’s Rooters
Sally Hutchinson Richard Mercer Frank Thurmond
...N. C. Hatcher
PRESIDENT Martha Kay Dollar
VICE PRESIDENT Bobby Dunn
SECRETARY Sandra Hinson
TREASURER Nancy Huff
SPONSOR Miss Martha Dye
PURPOSE—To promote better understanding of World History.Happy Historians
PRESIDENT Jean Segler
VICE PRESIDENT Linda Dorsey
SECRETARY Carole Brantley
TREASURER Carey Hatcher
SPONSOR Miss Martha Dye
PRESIDENT Robert Lucky
VICE PRESIDENT Jan Parham
SECRETARY Hewett Joiner
TREASURER Jimmie Davis
PARLIAMENTARIAN Patsy Reid
SPONSOR Miss Martha Dye
Pharaoh's PeasantsStrickland’s Scatterbrains
PRESIDENT Bill Buntin
VICE PRESIDENT Turner Ball
SECRETARY Richard Carson
TREASURER Margaret Hatcher
PARLIAMENTARIAN John Beasley
SPONSOR Miss Eugenia Strickland
United States Historical Events ReviewedHysterical Historians
Mary Ann Thornton
VICE PRESIDENT Pat Johnson
SECRETARY Edwina Davis
TREASURER Jan Davis
SPONSOR Miss Eugenia Strickland
PRESIDENT Ruth Sasser
VICE PRESIDENT Bobby Wills
SECRETARY Jane Kieve
TREASURER Harvey Willis
PARLIAMENTARIAN Roy Medlin
SPONSOR Carolyn Dunning
PURPOSE—To prepare ourselves for the duty of carrying on the American tradition of a free democrary, of preserving our ideals, and of remedying our faults.
PURPOSE—To build a better life together through the home, school, church, and communities—local, state, national, and world.
PRESIDENT Jo Anne Johnston
VICE PRESIDENT Howe Whitman
SECRETARY TREASURER Babs Wamble
PROGRAM CHAIRMAN Tommy Ross
SPONSOR Carolyn DunningDunning’s Diligent Thinkers
PURPOSE—To.gain a better understanding of American ideals and institutions and to appreciate more fully the courage and sacrifices of those who made our nation possible.
PRESIDENT Reginald Pollard
VICE PRESIDENT Edward Rhodes
SECRETARY-TREASURER Ann Riley
PROGRAM-CHAIRMAN Matilda Milward
SPONSOR Carolyn DunningDunning’s Delinquents
PURPOSE—To make the history of the present and future as great as the history' of the past.
PRESIDENT Jamye Aultman
VICE PRESIDENT Ann Yancy
SECRETARY Linda Gotsch
TREASURER Judy Pryor
PROGRAM CHAIRMAN Sibyl Ball
SPONSOR Carolyn DunningThe Forty IVonders
PRESIDENT Elzic- Duncan
VICE PRESIDENT Herbert Windom
SECRETARY Carol Rifkin
TREASURER Sue Dunn
SPONSOR William A. Sanders
PURPOSE—To better adapt ourselves to the rapidly changing world through the study of science.The Truth Seekers
PRESIDENT Henry Dunn
VICE PRESIDENT Frank Kirksey
SECRETARY Toby Turner
TREASURER Beverly Commagcre
SPONSOR William A. Sanders
PURPOSE—To replace superstition and false beliefs with truth and logical thinking through the study of Biology.
PRESIDENT Stafford Moznette
VICE PRESIDENT Courtney Thomas
SECRETARY Bill McKnight
TREASURER Jan Parham
SPONSOR William A. Sanders
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PURPOSE—To replace superstition and false beliefs with truth and logical thinking through the study of Biology.Biological Research Chapter I
PRESIDENT Pauline Smith
VICE PRESIDENT Jim Blackmer
SECRETARY Brenda Hawthorne
TREASURER Gordon Wright
SPONSOR G. B. Howell
PURPOSE—To try to improve the world of tomorrow by our knowledge of bi-ology.
Biological Research Chapter V
PRESIDENT Martha Sasser
VICE PRESIDENT Donna Trinies
SECRETARY Ann Rainey
TREASURER Marvin Aultman
SPONSOR G. B. HowellGeneral Science Club
Lorna Jean Sweeting ....Gene Summerford ......G. B. Howell
PURPOSE—To try to improve the world of tomorrow by our knowledge of General Science.ftvoiotr
Mr. G. B. Howell
PURPOSE—To try to improve the world of tomorrow by our knowledge of biology.Biological Research Club - Chapter IV
.Elaine Christian ...Pat Henderson ...G. B. Howell
PURPOSE—To try to improve the world of tomorrow by our knowledge of Biology.PRESIDENT Ellard Nunnaly
VICE PRESIDENT George Sperry
SECRETARY Milledge White
TREASURER Marshall Fleming
PRESS REPORTER Don Hill
PARLIAMENTARIAN Tyler Martin
SPONSOR Mr. Chappell Collins
Molecule Collins and His Little Atoms
PURPOSE—To promote a better understanding and knowledge of physics.
Twenty-one Inert Solids
PRESIDENT Ed Jordan
VICE PRESIDENT John Beasley
SECRETARY-TREASURER Lanny Mays
SERGEANT-AT-ARMS Lawton Jordan
SPONSOR Mr. Chappell Collins
PURPOSE—To increase our knowledge of chemistry.Collins’ Comical Chemists
PURPOSE—To increase our Knowledge of chemistry.
PRESIDENT Murray David
VICE PRESIDENT Jane Whitman
SECRETARY-TREASURER Turner Ball
SPONSOR Chappell Collins
PRESIDENT Joe Bowdin
VICE PRESIDENT Spec Leach
SECRETARY-TREASURER Tommy Walden
PARLIAMENTARIAN Ellis Norton
SPONSOR Chappell Collins
Collins’ Twenty-four Test Tubes
PURPOSE—To create a greater interest in the study of chemistry.PRESIDENT Durward Pennington
SECRETARY-TREASURER Dent Reeves
PARLIAMENTARIAN Philip Plummer
SPONSOR Mr. Chappell Collins
Big Bomb and His Little Atoms
PURPOSE—To promote interest in the field of chemistry.
PRESIDENT Anne Churchwell
VICE PRESIDENT Leslie Summcrford
SECRETARY Mike Collins
TREASURER Chuck Menefee
SPONSOR Miss Martha Dye
Social Science SocietySperry’s Kultured Kats
VICE PRESIDENT..............Marshall Fleming
SPONSOR.................R. F. Sperry
PROGRAM CHAIRMAN..............Gail Batey
Anice NiblettUncle Bob’s Story Hour
PRESIDENT Lavon Payton
VICE PRESIDENT Tyler Martin
SECRETARY Rudolph Patterson
TREASURER Roger Aycock
SPONSOR R. F. SperryPRESIDENT.....
Mot Shemwell ..Janie Strawder ..David Dykes ...Jackie Doyal .. .R. F. SperryPsychopathic Seniors
PRESIDENT Rutherford Winston
VICE PRESIDENT Kay Gissendaner
SECRETARY Richard Mercer
TREASURER Jean Gilliam .
SPONSOR R. F. Sperry
MOTTO—To learn in order to live.PRESIDENT Otho Sanders
VICE PRESIDENT Rutherford Winston
SECRETARY-TREASURER Billy Tarpley
SPONSOR Mrs. T. R. Thornton
Business Leaders of Tomorrow
PURPOSE—To understand better through bookkeeping our economical, social, and civic problems.
Business Leaders of Tomorrow
PRESIDENT Marihelen Rogers
VICE PRESIDENT Latrelle Kirkland
SECRETARY TREASURER Jean Yarbrough
SPONSOR Mrs. T. R. ThorntonFuture Business Instructors
VICE PRESIDENT..................Laverne Connell
PROGRAM CHAIRMAN...................Ruth Griner
SPONSOR.............. Robert E. Eaudrce
PURPOSE—Paving our way toward the future.Faudree’s Btisiness Workers
VICE PRESIDENT..............Jean Segler
PROGRAM CHAIRMAN............Gail Lewis
SPONSOR...............Robert E. Faudree
PURPOSE—To promote a better understanding and increase our knowledge of the business world.S.OS. Club
VICE PRESIDENT..........Yvonne Hatcher
PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT
Mariellen Johnson ....Wyleen Wilson Dioneca StewartDear Hunters
PURPOSE—To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character.
PRESIDENT Lorna Jean Sweeting
VICE PRESIDENT Audrey Moses
SECRETARY Mary Kate Massey
TREASURER Faith Milner
PARLIAMENTARIAN Dawn Clegg
SPONSORS Miss Martha Dye Mrs. Guy CarterPILOT Bill Halford
CO-PILOT Lee Hall
PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER Leslie Williams
FINANCE OFFICER Hugh Bishop
SPONSOR Mrs. Inghram
Little Confederate Air Force
PRESIDENT Joyce Hammond
VICE PRESIDENT Delores Justice
SECRETARY Eudora Lee
TREASURER Latrelle King
PRESS REPORTER Jo Ann Justiss
SOCIAL CHAIRMAN Shurley Barrow
SPONSOR Mrs. Jack Milward
MOTTO-—The nearest way to a man's heart is through his stomach.
PURPOSE—To have fun and to learn to be a better homemaker.PRESIDENT Linda Woodall
VICE PRESIDENT Starlet Geiger
SECRETARY Charlotte Langford
TREASURER Jan Willis
SPONSORS Mrs. S. A. Juhan Mrs. Audrey Collins
PURPOSE—To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character.
PRESIDENT Leverne Rehberg
VICE PRESIDENT Carole Chappell
TREASURER Jenny Dorough
SECRETARY Carolyn Ward
SPONSORS Mrs. A. L. Powell Mrs. Gwen Perry
PURPOSE—To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character.Epsilon Tri-Hi-Y
VICE PRESIDENT ...
PROGRAM CHAIRMAN PARLIAMENTARIAN SPONSORS .........
Mary Alice Crawford
Miss Snellgrove Mrs. CoppingerThe Gabblers
PRESIDENT Fred Chappell
TREASURER Babs Wamble
PROGRAM CHAIRMAN Pamela Cockroft
VICE PRESIDENT Brenda Houston
SECRETARY Linda Hambrick
SPONSOR Mrs. Annie Laurie PowellGamma Tri-Hi-Y
PRESIDENT Sue Dunn
VICE PRESIDENT Suannc Mount
SECRETARY Neca Blair
TREASURER Marylin Flowers
SPONSOR Pat Field
PURPOSE—To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character.Albany High School Glee Chib
PRESIDENT Sonia Sutton
VICE PRESIDENT Edwina Davis
SECRETARY Emily Haire
TREASURER Nancy Pierson
SPONSOR Maynard SellVXelotieiUs
PRESIDENT ................Edwina Davis
VICE PRESIDENT............Claire Walker
DIRECTOR .................Ruth Chambers
SECRETARY AND TREASURER ..Linda Gotsch
PRESS REPORTER ...........Linda Cullom
SPONSOR ..................Maynard Sell
SPONSOR Maynard SellAlbany High
Larry Houston Kurt Herman Eugene Griffen Jimmy Wimbish Lee Lofton John McClendon Wesley Darley Herbert Nowell Jack Sadler
MAJOR ..................Anice Niblett
LIEUTENANT .............Jackie Doyal
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Vii • n r Mary Harmon
"Keep coming back for all they’ve got And take it with a grin,
When disappointment trips you up Or failure barks your shin,
Keep coming back—and if at last You lose the game of right,
Let those who whipped you know,
They, too, have had a fight.”
—GRANTLAND RICE :
Standing: Captain, Toby Ivey, who is also the recipient of the Best Blocker Award and Marshall Fleming, Co-Captain. Sitting: ’56 Varsity Football Sweetheat, Linda Gotsch.
Graham Lowe, Bernie Reid, John Tillitski, Patrick Field, and Bob Fowler.John Beasley
Although there were few returnees from the football team of last year, the youthful Albany Indians looked forward to a good season, and victory over Roosevelt, 12-6, was thought to be only a starter. Then successive losses to Columbus and Thomaston threw them back.
Roosevelt ......... 6
La Grange.......... 0
Avenging last year, they beat La Grange, 6-0, with Milledge White showing strength as a fullback and we began looking forward to the Valdosta game; but our hopes were dashed again by losses to both Valdosta and Baylor, who were out of our region.
Mike DoyalKen Kinard
The Indians showed an upsurge of spirit and walloped Baker, 33-0. Billy Creel's and Toby Ivey's strong play in the line overwhelmed them. Then,
Jordan beat Albany, and taking advantage of many breaks, Lanier slid by them. But with Durward Pennington and Harvey Willis running hard, the Indians finished up the season right, cutting down
Mike Knight Charles Lewis
Throughout the season, Eddie Mote’s running, which earned him first place in the region and a place on the All-State team, gained us much precious yardage.
MARGARET HATCHER ROBIN LEEGER TOBY TURNER
SAUNDRA WILLIAMS’56 Varsity
Most Valuable Player Co-Captain of the All-Region Team
Head Coach Chappell Collins
The Squaws started the season with the odds against them this year. After losing most of their starters, they knew that they were in for a rough ’56-’57 season. Coach Chappell Collins' girls fought hard in every game but came through with but two victories.
Our forwards did a good job this year scoring, but without the support of our guards—Lottie Land, Martha Ann Cheney, Patsy Smith, and Kathleen Howard—-our forwards would not have been able to be as successful. Glenda Eubanks dominated the scoring during the season with the able assistance of Shirley Austin, Ann Mitchell, and Helene Mott.
As. Coach Mrs. Robert Comer
LGeorgia Ann Farris
Linda Giles Linda Hambrick Linda (Jack)
Howell THE 1956-1957 BASKETBALL SCORES
Albany 46 Cuthbert -55
Albany 12 Cairo ..46
Albany 47 Sale City -59
Albany 24 Bainbridge -31
Albany 49 Cuthbert ..78
Albany 31 Bainbridge ..52
Albany 37 Moultrie -59
Albany 30 Thomaston -57
Donice Albany 46 Climax -28
King Albany 43 Thomaston .50
Albany 46 Moultrie .50
Albany 24 Cairo 37
Albany 29 Cordele .30
Albany 53 Fort Valley .44
Laverne Ann Mitchell Helene Mott
Patsy Smith Bettye Willis Gwen Martin
Mary Alice StrawderBasketball 1956-1957
Head Coach GRAHAM LOWFROGER AYCOCK JOHN BLAKEY BILL BUNTIN BUTCH CLIFTON
Guard Guard Guard Guard
Senior Junior Junior Sophomore
The Albany Indians, with all five starters graduated, started a young team in the 1956-57 season. After a win over Cairo and a loss to Cuthbert, the Indians were eliminated in the Albany Invitational Tournament.
Having a hard luck season, the Indians ended a losing streak with a powerful win over La Grange. Moultrie, who seemed to be our nemesis, gave us a loss before another wdn over La Grange.
Our great potentialities were shown in the two Thomaston and Jordon games. We were still in the running for the top four in the region after a loss to Baker and a w in over Moultrie. The last region game of the season, against Lanier, was the "make-or-break” game for the Indians in which a win over Lanier would give them a tic for fourth place. They won, outplaying Lanier all the way. Thus ending the season right with a 6-8 region record.
VANN HEARD Forward Sophomore
JACK HUDSON Forward Sophomore
JuniorLA VON PAYTON Forward Senior
DURWARD PENNINGTON Forward Captain
MILLEDGE WHITE Guard Senior
BOBBY WILLS Center Junior
DOUGLAS DANIELS and LARRY DUITMAN
THE 1956-1957 BASKETBALL SCORES
Albany 41 Cuthbert 53
Albany 50 Cairo 44
Albany 36 Jordan 41
Albany 56 Columbus 74
Albany 40 Lanier 56
Albany 58 Columbus 79
Albany 50 Cuthbert 58
Albany 52 Baker 69
Albany 44 La Grange ... 28
Albany 51 Moultrie 53
Albany 36 La Grange .... 37
Albany 50 Lee 64
Albany 76 Jordan 51
Albany 91 Thomaston .... 60
Albany 63 Moultrie 51
Albany 44 Cairo 50
Albany 74 Baker 79
Albany 61 Lanier 54Track 1956
First row: Steve Guiner. Hugh Burnham. Charles Taylor. Wade Whitley. Jimmy McDonald, Herb Windom. Frantz Lipsey. Godfrey Culbreth, Bubber Phillips, Bobby Wills. Second row: Coach Bernie Reid, Billy Creel, Sam Hyde. Edward Ivey. Eddie Mote. Murray David, Don Hill, Jack Hudson. Henry Wortman. Frank Orgle, John Huie, Coach Chappell Collins.
First row: Bill Crawford. Mi I ledge White. Curtis Faircloth. Jimmy Fallow. Second row: Coach Pat Field. Lavon Payton. Durward Pennington. Marshall Fleming, Jack McDaniel.Girls' Tennis Team
LEE HALL BOBBY FRANK TYLER MARTIN BOBBY McKENZIE
Boys' Tennis Teamavor'ites
Now, let us praise famous men.BARBARA BENNETT DON HILL
Place: ALBANY, GEORGIA.
Occasion: Reunion of the Class of '57.
Ten eventful years have passed since we visited the now gigantic metropolis of Albany, but as we near the city limits we see Beth Davis, renowned lady wrestler, doing a few push-ups on the Kinchafoonee Creek Bridge. With her are her equally famous managers, Nancy Kennedy and Delores Justice. Working on the road we see those tycoons of the County Farm, Otis Melton, Dan McIntyre and Dell Bush guarded by the lovely guardess Vicki Thayer. These boys owe their success to an early familiarity with the ins and outs of fate.
As we near the outshirts of town a lone figure on a bicycle attracts our attention. It is Sonia Sutton, advertising for Faye Smith’s Reducing Salon. On the back of the bicycle hangs a sign advertising Twilly's Twilight Tea Room run by none other than Jean Twilley, AHS's friend to old maids. Frequent patronizers are Kathleen Howard, Alice Horne, Jean Gilliam, Kay Gissendaner, and Kay Jones.
We are almost run down by a two-ton truck driven by the farmer Gale Batey. The truck is loaded down with the children of those famous young matrons the former Barbara Able, Marihellen Rogers, Karen Robinson, Arlene Cuthbertson, Carol Hayman, Jeanette McDaniel, Shirley Pope and Cathy Palmer.
Coming to our rescue is a troop of Boy(?) Scouts composed of Steve Arneson, Kurt Henman, Roy Medlin, Roger Wells, and Frank Thurmond, led by that master of masters, Torntny Barineau.
Cautiously we edge around the corner and bump into Doorman John McLendon who invites us into Madame Frances’ (Weathers) Petite Shoppe where we see three of America’s Best Dressed Women, Daylene Schmidt, Dale Briggs, and Ruth Russell; examining clothes by fashion designer, Eve Arnold.
Time is swiftly flying, so we hurry over to La Sac, Albany’s most luxurious hotel, which is run by that fearsome foursome Martha Turley, Janie Turner, Rut Winston, and Janie Strawder. Head bell-boy, Jim Strom, hurries to take our bags up to our room and we wander over to the newsstand. On the front page of the Putney Journal, owned by Mariellen Johnson, is a picture of Hollywood stars, Salty Hutchinson, Tommy Williams, "Wild Bill” Creel, and internationally famous artist Nancy Hill talking with air lines owner, Lee English.
Glancing through the paper we find Fonda Starnes "Letters to the Love-Lorn," including an answer to Pauline Sterne’s frantic letter, "Secretary’s Secrets," by Barbara Watson, Verdi Goolsby, Wyleen Wilson, Vivian Everson, and Joan Stvaim, andfull page pictures of Eugene Griffin, Lee Lofton, Jimmy Wimbish, Lurry Houston, Jimmy Dickenson, Carmel McDonald, Homer Nolan, Herbert Nowell and Wesley Darley playing the Trombone Boogie Symphony in C flat minor.
Swelling laughter and the clink of glasses draws our attention to the Dark Room, where an early reunion party is going on. Peeking in the door we see Judy Madson, Poodle Prince, Lavon Payton, Toby Shivey, Rudolph Patterson, and Ramona Reames reliving high school daze.
A convenient palm serves as a prop while we watch the class begin to gather for the first reunion of the Class of '57. In comes general manager Richard Atercer. followed by his henchmen, Toby Ivey, Ronnie Fountain, and Rudolph Moore. They case the joint for any spies, then signal for their guests, Kay Barrett, Barbara Bennett, Dorothy Ann Broadway and Jean Cook to pile in.
Naturally the first to officially is U. S. President Jimmy Cain, followed by his all girl Cabinet: Secretary of State, Helene Marks; Secretary of Defense, Anice Niblet; Secretary of the Treasury, Jackie Doyal, Secretary of Interior, Dioneca Stewart; Secretary of Labor, Linda Leeger; Postmaster General, Nancy Castleberry; Secretary of Commerce, Marcille Highnote; and Secretary of Health, Welfare and Education, Martha Smith.
Just back from an African safari are these world adventurers Foster Joiner, Charles Ward, Mot Shemwell, Philip Rossingal, Orman Crabb, and Sonny Davis. Next we see a group of Wall Street executives, Joe Nix, Donald Norris, Jerry Dean, and Otho Sanders talking to the nation's top physicist, EUard Nunnally.
Just in from a Palm Beach winter vacation are these charming young socialites, the former Carol Ann Wofford, Mary Lorene Shively, Laynette Smith, Joan Ellington, Carroll Howard, and Patsy Melvin; with them is Sandra Lanier, Queen of the Italian Mambo, and Turkish Tango demonstrators, jerry Brimberry, Sam Hammond, and Clem Wiggins—lurking in the background are Jon Adams and David Dykes, authors of "Who’s Blue,” America's foremost social register.
A group carrying "Bachelors Anonymous” banner draws our attention, and upon second glance we see none other than Harry Piersol, Donald Wells, Jimmy Hattaway, Billy Strickland. Eddie Mote, Jack McDaniel, and Wayman Kimbrell. They are fighting a losing battle, it seems.
The lights dim and the spectacular floor show begins. Master of Ceremonies Charles Lewis enters followed by the Four Step Brothers, George Sperry, Lee Hall, Reed Hatfield, and Jo Ed Henderson. They have been entertaining at some of the worlds most famous night spots( ?). Of course, with the help of the Hi-Fi Sisters, Mary Carolyn Lee, Faye Perry, and Rachel Kendall, the floor show is almost complete, but we can t leave off the world's greatest comedian, Burnette Cox, and his assistant, Joe Barr.
,.K tlu-rr- k , f.nf-rr- n( :lndZinkof enters. The Duchess is better known to us as Anne Newsome. Right behind her are international playboys Tony Langford. Stephan Vaughn. Hollis Home, and Claude Myler, still arguing about the high cost of Polo Ponies.
Trying to pass unnoticed are Marshall Fleming, Notre Dame coach, and his head water boy, Sam Hyde; C.B.S. foreign correspondent, Don Hill: the former Ruth Sasser. now Mrs. America of 1967; and Enzor Beckham, discoverer of Had-A Letter, world's greatest tonic since Had-A-Col faded out.
The house lights dim again and a new emcee, Ellis Norton, takes over. He introduces singer Wynton "Tonsils” Gay; who in turn announced that a great treat is in store for us—that great cjueen of the Shakespearean theater. Miss Diane Flowers, has consented to appear. Members of her cast are: Macbeth, Allen Sikes; Lady Macbeth, Marjorie Bedenbough; Duncan, S. J. Clark: and the three murderers, Annette Edwards, Ettdora Lee, and Carol Roberts. The play is a great success, and Rembert Glass, jack Sadler and Corky Gotko pass the hat with great results.
Long after the six chorus girls Shirley Austin, Margaret Holman, Lynne Hall. Doris Dt preee, Kathy Nolan, Rosemary Smith, led by Shirley Barron and Margaret Bass have made their last bow, the people continue to gather at tables and talk. The former Lanelle Blakely, Iris Hubble and Cathy Palmer leave early to return to their families, just as Nanelle Miller, June Tomlinson, and ]o Ann Justice arrive from the opening of their new refrigeration plant in Juneau, Alaska. These girls have as their salesmen— Norbert Chausse, Charles Goodman, Ray Johnson, and Sonny Spies—with salesmen like these, their refrigerations should be a great success???
Jean Yarbrough and Sharon Grimes. New York models approach our table with the news that Tyler Marlin and Milledge While have recently received an invitation to the Court of St. James to demonstrate their remarkable ability to get rid of fruitcakes. It seems that ever since that Latin-like-lover, David Fouche followed by Jeanette Rossman, Ann Summerford and Bettye Willis, passed by with his "nutty as a fruitcake" expression, things have been in an uproar.
In the noise and confusion w'e almost overlooked Harvard English master, Richard Ward, who is talking with Madame Charlotte (Chapman) DuVanean, wife of France's ambassador to the U. S. They are discussing the fabulous sports world which has claimed several AHS stars, Alice Faye Mercer. Carolyn Peak, Mary Alice Slrawder, Roger Aycock, and Williford Johnson.
A great sense of excitement overwhelms us as the spotlight centers on that beautiful blackheaded Sunnie Jones. It seems her fiancee has an allergy to red hair, so her famous hairdresser Joyce Hammond recolored her hair using Kirkland's (Latrelle) Kinky Hair Coloring. Miss Jones is giving an imitation of the T V. World's screams, Diane Pulliam, Loretta Slay, Joan Stamps, and Carolyn Vaughn.But it seems that Billy Tarpley is giving stiff competition to our star by trying to auction off Barbara Patron to the highest bidder. Great tension mounts as the price keeps going up and up. Those multi-millionaires, Robert Miller and Billy Morris both seem to want her no matter what the cost because of her great ability to teach monkeys to talk. Our hero, Larry Duitman, steps in and demands that the bidding be stopped. At this point the world's leading politicians—Andrew Hayes. Clarence Hopkins, and Lee Cox, cry that Amendment XXXXII1IX passed by Senators Bobby Eason and Billy Watson forbids such an act of bidding. Things calm down and Yvonne Hatcher heads things back to normal by announcing the news that Miss Rosa Lee Mitchell has been named "Woman of the Year.”
We hear all the girls swooning and turn just in time to see that Elvis Presley looking boy, Nathan McCrary, come running through the door chased by Jeanette Gordy, Patricia Henson, Marjorie Holton, and Mary Mullins.
We watch spellbound to see who wins the race, but it is won by the police chief Harold Etheridge and assistant chief Tommy Barns. Nurses—Myrna Lon Walters, Billy Ruth Pelham. Martha West, and Louise Hyde—patch our teenage idol up and the spectacular floor show continues. What reunion would be complete without a good old-fashioned game of Bingo? Jim Bowles starts the ball rolling by asking Elizabeth Logan, champion Hog-Caller, to call out the numbers. Frances Howell wins the first game and awards her prize to Juanita Summerjord. president of the East Albany Drag Strip. Juanita's past 10 years have been very interesting. She has had the privilege of awarding the Suicide Award to several of our old friends—Raymond Simpson. Ernest Smith, Guy Rehberg, and Jerry Dodgen.
As we leave this suspense packed reunion, we come upon the scene well known to American men, a traffic jam caused by a woman driver who is none other than Phyliss Joines with an equally confused passenger, Mary Ellen Jones. Lo and behold here comes Corporal Charlie Hancock on his motorcycle to disentangle this mess. To help with this seemingly impossible job, Detective Sergeant Chester Rogers, "Poker-face," arrives on the scene. To add to the confusion are top horn tooters, Ellis Chestnut, lawyer and politician; William Cloud, noted filibusterer of the Democratic party, with his body guards Larry Edwards, Dan Sanders and Ernest Spivey, members of the Ty-Ty Detective Bureau. Shall we leave before becoming involved! Look out ! ! ! ZOOOOOOW! Well, we see Gene Wiggens is still trying to make a place for himself in this world, a little faster and he’ll be in the next!
As the first rays of daylight peep over the towering buildings of down-town Albany, we slowly turn toward our hotel and some much needed sleep. A lonesome echo follows us down the deserted street, "for should auld acquaintances be forgot, here's to you, dear old A.H.S.”Last Will and Testament
We, the Class of 1957, in two hundred forty-two individual and distinct parts, being about to graduate from this sphere of education in full possession of crammed minds, well-trained memories and almost superhuman understanding, do make and publish this, our last will and testament, hereby revoking and making void all former wills'or promises.
First we do direct that our funeral services shall be conducted by our friends and well-wishers, our superintendent and his competent faculty, and ask, as the last request of the dying, that they do conduct them with reverence.
We do dispose of the following which Fate and our hands have won us:
We give and bequeath to the dear faculty who have been our instructors in the wisdom of all the ages, a sweet and unbroken succession of restful nights and peaceful dreams. It has been a hard strain on them, for seniors are said to be at all times and under all conditions hard to manage. But they have all done their duty and now they shall have their well-earned reward.
The following may seem but trifling bequests but we hope they may be accepted, not as worthless things lavishly thrown away because we no longer can keep them, but as valuable assets to those who may receive them and a continued reminder of our generosity of heart:
Lee English leaves his position in the CAP and TAPs to anyone big enough to handle the job.
Toby Ivey and Eddie Mote leave their respective positions as football captain and hero to some eager underclassmen.
Diane Flowers and Don Hill leave the Record Hop. It will never be the same.
Jean Gilliam leaves and AHS loses one of the most beautiful voices it has ever heard.
Kay Gissandaner and Nancy Castleberry leave still talking on and on and on and on. Rembert Glass and Sam Hyde leave taking the two nicest people we know—themselves.
Lee Hall, Steve Arneson, Jerry Brimberry, and Tyler Martin regretfully leave Nancy, Jo, Linda G., and Linda M. to the underclassman boys.
Jimmy Hattaway leaves his position as boss in the cafeteria to some eager hardworking boy.
Barbara Able, Carol Hayman, and Karen Robinson leave with their diamonds sparkling brightly and eager anticipation in their eyes to meet Ray, Bobby, and Buddy.
Kay Barrett and Dale Briggs leave their studious ways and good grades to Sandra Hopkins.
Tommy Barineau, Peyton Cook, and Kurt Herrman leave their ability to get along with the teachers to Terrell Cooper and Pete Peterson.
Roger Aycock leaves—still flirting with the girls.
Eve Arnold and Sonny Jones leave their beautiful red hair to Cyrilla Beck.
F.nzor Beckham leaves a pair of big shoes to be filled as President of the Key Club.
Our math brain, Jimmy Cain, leaves his aptitude for the subject to Louis Whitman.Dell Bush and Toby Shirey leave the use of the hall as Lover's Lane to any underclassmen who can get away with it.
Marjorie Bedcnbaugh and Sandra Lanier leave still lost in their fog.
Charlotte Chapman leaves her c|uict and charming ways t Susan Fleming. }
Norbert Chausse leaves taking his French accent with him, to Miss Randitt’s regret.
Billy Creel leaves—I wonder what gal will finally catch him.
Arlene Cuthbertson leaves to be married.
Annette F.dwards, Doris Dupree, Verdie Mae Goolsby, Peggy Halstead, Joyce Hammond, Pat Henson, and Nanelle Miller leave with a great big shout for joy.
Daleyne Schmidt, Jeanne Cook, and Carol Anne Wofford leave with questioning minds.
Beth Davis leaves to meet F.stol in the outside world.
Jimmy Dickinson bequeaths his drum position to Barry Jones.
Jackie Doyal bequeaths her talents as a majorette to Mary Dean Melton.
Barbara Bennett leaves to join Bruce at F.S.U.
David Dykes leaves his big manly physique to Hugh Wallace.
Andrew Hayes leaves a place in F.F.A. that can never be completely filled.
Carroll Howard and Helene Marks leave their talents as artists to Jayme Aultman.
Williford Johnson leaves his place as the only boy in the French class. The poor boy will never be the same.
Kay Jones and Marshall Fleming leave still holding hands.
Judy Madson leaves her eagerness, enthusiasm, and love for doing crazy things to Judy Pryor.
Elizabeth Norras, Lanelle Blakey Cutshaw, and Thomasine McDaniel leave to take up housekeeping.
Anice Niblet leaves her quiet, studious ways to play-girl Twila Mason.
Lavon Payton leaves his title as best-looking boy in the senior class to Tommy Walden. Barbara Patton and Rosa Lee Mitchell leave eager to begin their own teaching career.
Sally Hutchinson leaves—What will become of Sally in Storyland?
Frances Weathers and Janette Rossman leave their ability to make beautiful clothes to Beverly Commagere.
Jeanette McDaniel leaves to join Bob.
Ellis Chestnut, S. J. Clark, William Cloud, Jerry Dodgen, Bobby Eason, Larry Edwards, Tony Layford, and Otis Melton leave—period.
Richard Ward and Ellard Nunnally leave their "brains” to some fortunate person.
Ramona Rcames wills her way with all the boys to Joanne Johnston.
Wendall Prince leaves his ability to have more fun than anyone else in AHS to Murray David.
Diane Pulliam, Jack Sadler, John McLendon, Jimmy Wimbish, Eugene Griffin leave their positions in the band, hoping Mr. Sell will be able to fill them.
Ruth Sasser leaves and AHS student government loses a fine leader that will be hard to replace.
Faye Smith leaves to join Bing at long last.
Janie Strawder leaves her position as editor-in-chief of the Thronteeska to William Mock. Frank Thurmond leaves???
Janie Turner leaves her position as head cheerleader to an enthusiastic junior with a lot of school spirit.Jean Twilley leaves to start a nursing career.
Tommy Williams leaves—underclassman girls may now start crying.
Larry Duitman leaves his boisterous ways to Spec Lc-ach.
Ray Johnston, Charles Lewis, Jack McDaniel, and Gayle Kidd leave their sleepy Monday mornings behind them.
Delores Justice, Joanne Justice, Latrelle Kirkland, Elizabeth Logan, Jeanette Maxwell, Carolyn Peake, and Joan Stamps leave rejoicing.
Iris Hubble, Mary Carolyn Lee, and Sonny Spies leave to join their better half.
Gale Batey leaves and the halls of AHS are strangely quiet aagin.
Wesley Darley and Roy Medlin leave their Charles Atlas physiques to Bob Prcvatt.
Millcdge White leaves his ability to lead and work well with others to Bill Buntin.
Betty Willis leaves her place in Anchor Club to a junior willing to work.
Charles Ward wills his good looks to Ed Jordan.
Sonia Sutton and Ronnie Fountain leave hand in hand.
Patsy Melvin leaves to meet Ted.
Anne Newsome leaves her ability to make ones in Miss Plant's classes to some junior brain.
Linda Lecger, Mariellen Johnson leave—AHS's loss—FSU's gain.
Shirley Austin leaves her love of basketball to Ann Mitchell otherwise known as "Moose.”
Shirley Barrow, Margaret Bass, Dorothy Ann Broadway, Vivian Everson, and Jeanette Gordy leave wearing great big smiles.
Kathy Palmer, Dioneca Stewart, Carol Roberts, and Kathy Nolan leave their happy-go-lucky ways behind them.
Rudolph Patterson leaves, and the senior class loses its well behaved class president.
Ann Summerford leaves with her ever-lovin’ bottle of peroxide.
Jim Strom, Bobby McKenzie, Foster Joiner leave—AHS will never be the same.
Lorene Shiverly wills her ability to sell ads to almost anybody, to some fast talking junior.
Herbert Nowell leaves Miss Plant's English class, still asking questions.
Charles Goodman, David Fouce, Dan McIntyre, and Otho Sanders leave those afternoons of football practice to anyone out for the glory of it.
Homer Nolan, Claude Myler, Ellis Norton, Guy Rehberg, Chester Rogers, and Philip Rossignal leave—the school will surely fall.
Carolyn Vaughan, Myrna Walters, Barbara Watson and Martha West leave, and AHS loses some swell girls.
Martha Turley, Mary Alice Strawder, Joan Swain, Kay Stanton, Alice Horne leave, glad to be through with books and studies at last.
George Sperry graduates and leaves his father still in high school.
Helen Jenkins leaves her precious smile to Mary Ann Thornton.
Wynton Gay leaves to join forces with Como or Crosby.
Billy Lloyd, Nathan McCrary, Robert Miller, Rudolph Moore, Billy Morris, Joe Nix, and Harry Piersol leave with many regrets ? ? ?Jon Adams leaves to follow in the footsteps of his famous ancestors.
Rachel Kendall, Nancy Kennedy, Shirley Pope, Vicki Thayer, Loretta Slay, June Tomlinson, and Jean Yarbrough leave their haloes to the freshmen who need them.
Nancy Hill, Ruth Russell, and Marihelen Rogers leave the annual staff after a year of trials and tribulations.
Eudora Lee, Rosemary Smith and Joan Stamps leave their wild ideas to demure Julia Allen.
Burnette Cox, Lee Cox, Harold Etheridge, Sam Hammond, Charlie Hancock, Edgar Hansen, Larry Houston, and Wade and Tommy Burns leave their ability to do little worrying and less studying to all the sophomores.
Kat Howard, and Yvonne Hatcher leave some big places to be filled on the basketball team.
Faye Perry and Mary Mullins leave their "gift of Gab” to any talented junior with wind enough.
Joe Barr, Jim Bowles, Sonny Davis, Corky Gotko, Buddy Hopkins, Billy Strickland, Donald Wells, and Jon Griffin gladly leave their joyous times at AHS.
C. L. Thompson regretfully leaves Barry.
Wyleen Wilson and Marjorie Holton leave their duties in the library gladly.
Billy Watson wills all those girls who run after him to someone who will appreciate them.
Mendall Turner, Jerry Walkers, Gene Wiggins, and Billy Tarpley leave us as quietly as they entered ?
Lynetter Smith and Fonda Starnes sadly leave their majorette outfits behind.
Jerry Dean and Orman Crabb leave Coach Sperry’s psycho class—free at last.
Dan Sanders, Allen Sikes, Raymond Simpson, Ernest Spivey take their easy going ways with them.
Joe Ed Henderson, Hollis Howze, Waymon Kimbrel and Carmel McDonald wander forth from AHS just as bewildered as ever.
Donald Norris leaves taking his red hair and freckles with him.
Phyllis Joines wills her head of curly hair to Ann Shackeford.
Rut Winston leaves her position as president of the "Chaw-Chaws" to Toby Turner.
Clem Wiggins leaves her love of horseback riding to an underclassman with a lot of gumption.
Sharon Grimes leaves but the memory of her fine and wonderful character remains here. Kris Lovejoy, Richard Mercer, and Roger Wells leave their ability to get into trouble without trying to the freshmen.
Louise Hyde, Margaret Holman, Mary Ellen Jones, Billie Ruth Pelham, and Francis Howell leave to meet the new world eagerly.
Lynne Hall leaves her place in the Glee Club to Ruth Chambers.
Pauline Sterne, Alice Faye Mercer, Marcille Hinote, Martha Smith, and Juanita Summer-ford bid dear old AHS a fond farewell, while Reed Hatfield and Ernest Smith bid it a not fond farewell.
We hereby appoint Mr. H. E. McNabb as executor of this will, and give him full power if parties mentioned in this will do not fulfill all conditions set forth, we direct that Mr. McNabb use his judgment and bestow these gifts on worthy parties.
Signed, declared, and published by the Class of 1957, as its last will and testament, this Eleventh day of February, 1957.We Deeply Appreciate These People
There are so many of you to whom we give our sincere thanks. In all of our activities you are our strength, our foundation, but especially in the publishing of this book we owe you so much. Your material support means we can have a yearbook like the Thronateeska. That financial support is highly valuable, but even more valuable is your personal interest in us and your never flagging effort to help us any way you can. For this we gratefully thank you—
Our advertisers each and every one.
Our principal, Mr. McNabb,who has been most cooperative in every way.
Our teachers, who have excused us when necessary to get a job done.
The second year typing classes who have done such a beautiful job of typing.
Our Thronateeska photographer, Mr. Sanders, who has trailed about with us over hill and dale, hallways, gridirons, classrooms, and basketball courts photographing our school life in action.
Our staff, members of the senior class, and all junior helpers who have worked with us this year.
Again we say, thank you.
JAN1F. STRAWDF.R, Editor
NOR BERT CHAUSEE, Business Manager
MRS. MARY FUTCH
G. B. HOWELL Faculty Advisorsduertisers
"We are advertised by our loving friends.”
SHAKESPEAREON THE WAY UP?
Get a good head start with a C S Bank savings account. Open yours for $1 or more. A little saved regularly will soon be enough to help you on your way. You will be most welcome at C S.
THE CITIZENS SOUTHERN BANK OF ALBANY
Member FDICSxyuidite (leKAeCry Compliments of SAVELLE JEWELRY COMPANY 111 North Washington Street HE 5-5654 Compliments of CROW'S DRUG COMPANY
Compliments of KINNETT'S DAIRIES
Sporting Goods MOTOR COMPANY
Hardware Cadillac Pontiac
214 BROAD AVENUE if)
SALES AND SERVICE
COAL AND OIL CO. 948 W. Oglethorpe Ave.
451-453 E. Broad Ave. HE 6-2431
ALBANY, GA. %r Good Luck, Seniors! ALBANY BEARING SERVICE, INC.
LANIER TIFT Compliments
Insurance of All Kinds of
Venerable Parks, Manager TOWN COUNTRY
U DEPARTMENT STORE
Pine C 2-2701 M J. L. ANDERSON, Manager
Ave. K For Fifty Years Clothiers of
1 High School and College
LU Students of Southwest Georgia
We specialize in pre- 110 NORTH WASHINGTON
paring sandwiches for STREET
parties, picnics or carry HE 2-6281
ALBANY. GA. —
HAL AND ED'S
Compliments Compliments of
ALBANY DRUG COMPANY OPTICAL DISPENSARY
312 South Slappey Drive "A Personaliied Optical Service"
and 113 North Jackson
PALMYRA PHARMACY North of Albany Theatre
1000 North Slappey Drive THE STYLE CENTER FOR GLASSES
Compliments of RADIUM SPRINGS and A leg touched with beauty in the sheerest I wisp of a tulle stocking, jgilr invisibly reinforced by || Palmyra's own locked- construction. Frosty fruited tones M Z of apricot, grape or l‘me • • • iced shades % blue, pink or coffee. 'rL 2.50 pair
HOTEL GORDON Compliments of
ALBANY COAL COMPANY INCORPORATED
Coal — Fuel Oil Philco — RCA — Whirlpool Appliances 837 FLINT AVENUE
J. E. GREINER AND ASSOCIATES
Engineers — Architects
Associates HARRY A. MacEWEN, AIA GEORGE S. JENKINS, ASCE
Home Equipment Stores JAMES L. McDANIEL, Manager
HE 2-1422 128 Broad Avenue Albany, Georgia
Albany, GeorgiaCompliments of Compliments
MAXWELL BROTHERS INCORPORATED ALBANY TRUST AND BANKING COMPANY
Corrugated Packing Boxes 405 Maxwell Drive ALBANY, GEORGIA 2l 2% Interest Paid on Savings Member of FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
Sk kppei' _ 1 1 111 IMI 1W DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY 312 North Washington Street Compliments of THE SAM FARKAS ESTATE Albany, Georgia
Compliments of VIVIAN'S 112 North Jackson Street Compliments of BRUCE JONES AUTO PARTS CO. "Your Parts Jobber"Compliments of BLANCHE'S Ladies’ Ready-to-Wear 205 BROAD AVENUE ROBERT A. INMAN Incorporated MEN'S WEAR 214 Pine Avenue HE 6-2112
Compliments of GIDDEN'S BEAUTY SCHOOL AND SHOP 104 North Monroe ALBANY. GEORGIA BAILES OLDSMOBILE, INC. 124 Pine Avenue SALES AND SERVICE DEPENDABLE USED CARS HE 2-0571 HE 6-3459
RONNIE'S Good Luck,. Seniors MODERN GAS COMPANY
SERVICE ALBANY OWNED
1012 W. Broad Avenue AND
HE 5-4422 ALBANY OPERATEDCompliments Compliments
of LOIS-ANNELLE SHOP of STRIPS RESTAURANT
Where Smart Albanians Buy 632 Oglethorpe Avenue
Compliments of HOME FASHION Compliments of ALBANY LINEN SERVICE 1120 Oglethorpe Avenue ALBANY. GEORGIA
1019 West Broad Avenue HE 2-7477 HE 2-7478
Compliments of PACE FLORIST
BOTTLING CO. 130 N. Front
WJ AZ "Southwest Georgia's Listening Habit" 1050 KC's ALBANY, GEORGIA JOHNSTON-REYNOLDS Men's Shop 230 PINE AVENUECompliments
HALEY MOTOR COMPANY
TEST DRIVE THE NEW 1957 FORD
Compliments CLOTHING COMPANY
of "Your Friendly Men's Store"
COATS CLARK INCORPORATED
HE 2-6211 224 Pine Avenue
ACROSS THE STREET FROM THE COURT HOUSEALBANY LINCOLN - MERCURY COMPANY
130-136 Broad Avenue
BELK'S DEPARTMENT STORE
to the 1957 Seniors 215 Broad Avenue
Compliments of MORROW-COOK FURNITURE COMPANY 245 Broad Avenue Compliments of ALBANY OIL COMPANY 201 East Broad Avenue Albany, Georgia SHELL OIL JOBBER
Compliments Compliments of
VENTULETT AND PACE All Types of Insurance GEORGE A. HORMEL AND COMPANY Meat PackersMERCK COMPANY INCORPORATED
Chemical Division FLINT RIVER PLANT
Compliments of EARL BRUNSON'S GROCERY AND MARKET Compliments sCs-V of BIRDSONG BROTHERS
Compliments of GARGANO'S Italian and American Restaurant FIVE POINTS HE 2-0241 Albany, Georgia KEEL DRUG COMPANY We Don't Meet Competition We Make Competition DEAL WITH KEEL Free Delivery 1009 North Monroe DOCTOR’S CENTER HE 2-1203RALPH ALLISON INCORPORATED Purina Chows Baby Chicks Custom Grinding on the Farm 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
Compliments of ENGINEERING EQUIPMENT COMPANY Albany, Ga. Waycross, Ga. — Panama City, Fla. — Compliments of DELTA FINANCE COMPANY T. E. Dowling, Mgr.
JIM DENSON Transfer and Storage HE 2-2911 743 East Broad Ave. ALBANY, GEORGIA AAA Rusty's Super Service Corner 8th Ave. and Slappey Drive ROAD SERVICE
Compliments of PERRY BUSINESS SCHOOL TOASTED HOT DOGS "With All the Trimmings" JIMMY'S HOTDOG STAND "The Hot Dog King" COLD DRINKS, CANDY AND ICE CREAM CIGARS AND CIGARETTES 204 South Jackson Street HE 5-4751 ALBANY, GEORGIAALBANY 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 of ColowalDAims Compliments of M-F-M TRUCK TRACTOR COMPANY Your International Harvester and Lilliston Implement Company Dealer CORNER BROAD AND SLAPPEY HE 6-2461
ABC 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 Philco Appliances Compliments of THE MONCRIEFS The South's Most Tallced-About Casual Living Shop ALBANY, GEORGIA
Compliments of GLOBE DEPARTMENT STORE Albany, Georgia Clean With SNOW'S LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING COMPANY 313 N. Jefferson Street HE 2-0506Compliments Compliments of LEE DRUG COMPANY
WHITTINGTONS 309 Pine Avenue H. AND M. MOTORS DODGE Value Leader of the Forward Look
ALBANY OUTDOOR RILEY'S CLEANERS 713 North Madison
ADVERTISING COMPANY HE 5-8212 Quality Cleaning at Reasonable
Prices FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY
ED EDMONDS of
FLOOR COVERING WOOLARD
COMPANY LUMBER COMPANYCongratulations to the Class of 1957 FRANCES CABLE GIFTS 220 Pine Avenue SIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS CONGRATULATIONS We Wish for Your Future Every Success WALLACE CHEVROLET Incorporated
Compliments of HAYES CLOTHING COMPANY Men's and Boys' Shop 600 Pine Avenue
Compliments of WARREN AND BRIMBERRY Compliments of CENTRAL SEA FOOD MARKET
BISHOP LAUNDERERS CLEANERS 232 Roosevelt Avenue Albany, Ga. CLEAN CLOTHES, LYIKE CLEAN LIVING, BUILDS A BETTER COMMUNITY J. AND J. FURNITURE COMPANY "Cash If You Have It" "Credit If You Want It" FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES 125 Broad Avenue HE 2-1224
Compliments of ALBANY HOUSE FURNISHING 226 Broad Avenue Compliments of HADDEN'S FLOWERS 1200 Block SOUTH SLAPPEY DRIVE
Good Luck Compliments of
Seniors! EBERHART NEWS AGENCY T3orderis
1306 North Jefferson Street
Compliments of RIO STORES INCORPORATED Compliments of COLUMBIA BAKING COMPANY
Compliments of JOHNSTON-SLAUGHTER AUTO SHOP "We Specialize in Body Repairs" 914 West Broad Avenue Compliments of SLAPPEY DRIVE SUPER MARKETCompliments of BURTON'S SHOE STORE Shoes for the Entire Family 240 Broad Avenue LYKE'S BROTHERS INCORPORATED OF GEORGIA "The South's Most Progressive Packers"
Compliments of SHARP'S Albany Hatters and Shoe Rebuilders 103 South Jackson Street HE 5-4271 "Sowega's Leading Shoe Rebuilders" ] T Compliments if i Jr f] J PIG 'N WHISTLE c=z — Fine Place to Eat 1 10 North Slappey Drive
HARRISON'S GULF SERVICE Reliable Auto Sales HE 6-3234 806 Radium Springs Road L. PRISANT JEWELERS Albany, Georgia
Compliments of WAKEFORD INSURANCE AGENCY Compliments of TRI STATE ALBANY INCORPORATEDGORTATOWSKY JEFF'S
BEST POLICY ( rY AT ALL TIMES 506 Second Avenue "Fine Food for Fine People"
Theatres — Insurance 120 North Slappey Drive "Domestic and Imported Food"
Congratulations KIMBRELL-STERN Compliments of ALBANY
of the ALBANY AUTO EXCHANGE
UNDERTAKING COMPANY Roy Tanner, Owner 720 Oglethorpe
The Key to Better Living KEY'S TRAILER SALES 325 North Slappey Drive Albany, Georgia Compliments of BOB'S CANDY and
M. L. KEY, Owner HE 2-0676 PEANUT COMPANY Albany, GeorgiaCompliments of GILBERG'S "House of 1000 Fabrics" 220 Broad Avenue Phone HE 6-2672 Tallahassee, Florida Pensacola, Florida ALBANY, GEORGIA
Compliments of MEEKS ELECTRIC COMPANY Everything Electrical 314 North Jackson Street HE 5-5833 Compliments of BILL BUNTIN'S Dry Cleaners 11 1 North Jackson ONE DAY SERVICE
Compliments of HOME FURNITURE COMPANY 11 1 South Jackson Street Compliments of WALTER R. THOMAS Georgia's Leading Jewelers
Compliments of EAST ALBANY LUMBER COMPANY Compliments of MARKS-LOGAN, INC New and Used Cars CORNER FRONT AND OGLETHORPE HE 5-5671KWIK-CHEK
Ialbany electric supply col IOoIfvgLT X HE 2-7984 Repair Service TOM SADLER Repairs Made on All Electrical Appliances 1507 AVALON ALBANY, GEORGIA
Congratulations, Seniors! From EAST ALBANY GROCERY Owner, L. C. Cook Compliments of LANIER FURNITURE 101 1 Oglethorpe Avenue
Compliments of CROUCH LUMBER COMPANY "Everything for Building" 1412 North Jackson Street HE 6-2457 fsegyicO, N U vi is our FIRST THOUGHT ED MARTIN W1 SERVICE STATIONVery Best Wishes
to the Community Leaders of Tomorrow
the Class of Fifty-seven
A. M. KARAGHEUSIAN, INC.
Manufacturers of GULLISTAN CARPET
LOOSIER OF ALBANY, INC. Compliments
"Good and Better Furniture for Less Money" of
THE STORE FOR YOUNG HOMEMAKERS BOB WHITE
112 South Jackson
Albany, Georgia RENTS
SHEET METAL WORKS
Compliments W. H. Sapp, Manager ROOFING AND SHEET METAL
THE STYLE SHOP No Job TOO LARGE
103 North Washington or
HE 6-1651 122 Front Street
ALBANY, GEORGIACompliments of BARFIELD SHOE STORE Broad at Jackson MERTS EQUIPMENT COMPANY Construction Machinery Irrigation Machinery Paving Machinery BOX 331 ALBANY, GEORGIA
Compliments of SUNLITE CLEANERS Our Compliments to ALBANY HIGH SCHOOL CITY GIN- MILL COMPANY Hay — Grain — Feed "Pond Lily Meal" 1023 Oglethorpe ALBANY GEORGIA
Compliments of WATKINS LUMBER COMPANY INCORPORATED ALBANY, GEORGIA Best Wishes Seniors! ALBANY SAVINGS BANK 1 18 North Jackson Street WE WELCOME YOUR SAVINGS
The Best of Everything to You All From S B O A O N N B N D B Y Y at BURNETT'S Compliments of UNION STOCKYARDS W. M. Story, Owner AUCTION EACH WEDNESDAY 12:00 P.M. He 2-7919 He 2-7011For Your Gardens, Lawns, Camellias,
ALBANY WAREHOUSE COMPANY
A. C. SAMFORD INCORPORATED
NU-WAY DRY CLEANERS
Cash and Carry The Home of Quality Cleaning Hemlock 5-9722 306 BROAD AVENUE
TRACY BELL, Manager
SOUTH GEORGIA HARDWARE COMPANY
148 North Slappey Drive Albany's Most Modern, Complete, Air-Conditioned 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 Made
826 FLINT HE 2-6216
CLARENCE R. JOHNSTON, Owner
BENNETT'S ON SLAPPEY
Your Home, Garden, and Pet Supply Center
PEANUT COMPANYCompliments SEE US £5 AN
STILL GAS r"7' fr
Dealers in Bryant Heating
and Prescription Shop
Equipment HE 5-8351
SERVING ALBANY AND SOUTHWEST GEORGIA FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS "Southwest Georgia's Foremost Department Store" Troy, Alabama Albany, Georgia Greenville, Mississippi
Albany, GeorgiaFIRST STATE BANK
LET US HELP
Albany, Georgia 333 Broad Avenue
Next to Post Office
CUSTOMER PARKING AUTO TELLER WINDOWS
COMPLETE BANKING AND TRUST SERVICES
NEW AND ENLARGED QUARTERS
Deposits Insured by
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATIONFor the Latest News on the National and Local Scene, as Well as Complete Coverage of the Southwest Georgia World of Sports — Read
I AST minute
THE ALBANY HERALD
For the Finest in Entertainment, Keep,
Your Dial Tuned to WALB-TV, Channel 10 "The Window of South Georgia" and to
WALB-AM, 1589 KC
at the Top of Your Radio Dial
Family Newspaper" "Southwest Georgia's Voice of Progress"
Compliments GOLDEN GLOW
of BUTLER FURNITURE DAIRIES
COMPANY 408 South Slappey Drive
Compliments "Golden Health Through Golden Milk"
ROBINSON DRUG COMPANY Alex C. Stewart, Sales Mgr. HE 2-6254 Home Phone HE 6-1423 ALBANY, GEORGIACompliments of JOE BRASHEAR'S STEEL COMPANY Compliments of UNITED RENT-ALLS
Congratulations, Graduates Quality Furniture DREXEL KROEHLER WHITE UNIQUE BROWN FURNITURE COMPANY 511 Broad Avenue Compliments of QUICK SAND SERVICE COMPANY
Compliments of COLORCRETE The Superlative Pictures tor This Year's Annual Were Made at THE PACE'S TURTLE HILL THE O. D. CARLTON ll'S THE HUGH SHACKLEFORD'S NEWCOMB FURNITURE COMPANY
113 Pine Avenue Lumber—Paint Compliments ; FRIEND r"PAY YOURSELF A DIVIDEND"
Through experience we've learned that one of the most valuable assets in the world today is just being young.
On the basis of our hindsight, we want to urge you to make the most of your high school educational opportunity and upon graduation to continue your education by attending the Albany Center, University of Georgia, or by going off to College even if you have to work your way.
It's through educating yourself that you can "pay yourself a dividend."
Your convenient, friendly bank,
THE BANK OF ALBANYGood Luck to the
W 4 K £
Al WAY $ .FIRST QUALITY
Meet Me at the
DAIRY BAR GRILL!
"THE FAMILY'S FAVORITE STORE"
1202 North Slappey Drive at Fifth Avenue CONGRATULATIONS! THE DAVIS'
THE BOOK AND GIFT SHOP, INC.
Gifts That Please
212 Pine Avenue ALBANY, GEORGIA
Sets the Style at
A. H. S.
105 NORTH WASHINGTON STREET
WOOD'S JEWELRY COMPANYThere’s a "one and only” in refreshment, too
BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY
ALBANY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.n
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