Anderson High School - Tidings Yearbook (Anderson, SC)

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Hawthorne, Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Fant, Chairman of Board, and Dr. John Martin, Representative of Fnglehart. Mr. Mcllwain, Chairman of Teacher Committee, Mr. Fant, Mr Belcher. Chairman of Curriculum Committee, Dr. Hawthorne Mr. Roland Hawthorne, Business Administrator, and Dr. Martin ,, x. J ' 'ff-"-Yhffs The Board-Mr. McIlwain, Mr. Fant, Mr. Belcher, Mr. McClain, Mr. Dunaway, and Mr. Carlisle. . A.- ex-fegf' " N, Ng , "gh-.., -X.4.,,,m.g. k ima -s.. Q,- -- v ,UD D .sn 1. 5 I 1. ,Q I f ,' 1. ' V , ,,,.f--,... , I ' J., fy Y Vnf bJ,,:',l..3 ' 42f uf, . I F H. ..- :'L7 -b A " ' . I.-of 4 ' 1 -1-1194 .4 :wgj-a f -'V 7 'yy' " f .21 1: l - l ' ,f .f ' x- ' ,. ' .H f . - rv A' , ff " f R- gp vf' ff' ' W" . " ,--'Z' .f - f --fl!"-2. if ' 4 W- H ,.f',f5,s:yr- A, .9 ,f,, f 1 v tr 1 1 EMI. is I' 0 'JP' I, ,ff 1 ,- .-1 -- . x ' 4- A, ,,- ' ,xi 'J' .' L ,,,-.1 me - ..,,, -ff' Q 4 If 4' 4 , fr gf 14" 5, , . Nu Jw' 1 4- 1 '1' Gyn, 4-ffl A X Pl 5. 6 J 'N gf, 6 79' 'Ze 1.4 x THE SCHOOL CLASSES SPORTS FEATURES SENIOR DIRECTORY Page I45 . . . . , . I2 R ...,.... 27 ACTIVITIES ..,. 83 ' Q . . . . . , , I23 I ....,. l39 U-tv"x For her endless p3llCI1CC her under standlng splrlt her hlgh Qtandards of schola tlc endeavor and for her devo t10n to um the SCIIIOI' Class we ploudly dCd1C8tCIllC 1959 T1Cl1llg9lO MISS Mary lVleC0wn a beloved teacher and a gra clous lady DEDICATION N,,mM 'Sigma 'X'-X 'is Z-Al Nql E'i'FifV 55711 YIHYIH YA' Slflll! 'IHUIIQ VIEW5 ,, ,S V ' ..ng, ,ra I. k 'W-- ., y fruuwk f'-:QA ff Ill fl Il! FU' I In gun I ll HANNA HIGH BOYS' HIGH 4- dv, 4.1 HUF' .' fa 4 ADMINISTRATICN and FACULTY Q9 I ADMINISTRATION 'IST ig Qi DR. NIARK HAWTHORNE MR. R. O. HAWTHORNE, JR. Superintendent BIISIIIIPSS .Ilanager Anderson Public SchooIS School District No. 5 School District No. 5 . . 5 Us. .X wwf NIR. H. W. SANDLIN l,fiI1Cl.IIlI1 NIR. C. F. REAME5 Hanna High School llringipql Boys' High School 1-l Mus. Ll1.r.i,xN C. Cxsox NIR. Bnowiis PARKER MRS. S,-in-x H. Kmp Nlus. Yivux Nl0RRIh Hoolrlceeper ana' Clerk ,flssislanl Principal Secretary to Principal Secretary to Principal Boys, High School Boys' High School Hanna High School MR. J. HARTLEY COLEMAN Cnorrlirzator of Physical Erlucation MR. T. L. HANNA Principal Emeritus Hanna High School 15 FACULTY IWRS. GLORIA H. KELLY. Home Economics, Future Teach- ers Sponsor . . . MRS. A. C. SMITH, Uietician . . . MRS. hlARY R. DOBBINS, Family Living, Home Economics. MRS. LOUISE K. RANKIN, Personal Typing, Retailing, His- tory, Distributive Education Club Sponsor . . . MISS MARY MCCONNELL. Typing, Shorthand, Commercial Club Spon- sor, Junior Class Sponsor. MR. W. T. PILLOW, History, Biology . . . MR. CHARLES H. BATES, English, History, Coach: Tennis, B-Team Football. .M . noun - Y 4 w 1 ""' MR. ROBERT H. PATTON, Mathematics, Physical Edu- cation, Coach: Football, Track, Block HAP Club Spon- sor . . . MR. MARION M. lVlILLER, Mechanical Drawing, Mathematics, Psychology, Junior Class Sponsor . . . MR. DWANE A. MORRISON, Mathematics, Physical Edu- cation, Coach: Basketball, Golf, Football. MRS. ,lL'LIA M. BLE11KI.EY, Biology, Physics . . . MR. W B. HUBBARD, Biology, Chemistry. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT To progre 111 all phage of l1fe, a I1cll1OI1 must be educated, not educated 1n sc1ence alone, hut educated 1n every field to whlch l1fe 19 related And the HHIIVC tongue of a natlon IQ one of the bases of educatlon Therefore Enghsh 1s requ1red durlng each tear of a student s h1gh school career Readmg, wrltlng, l1sten1ng, and speaklng the four language alta are taught through Qtudy of composltlon, gramma1 a11d llterature 111 class work Also recorda, film Qtrlpc, tape recordmgs are uaed to produce a varled pro gram ln add1t1o11 to such claselcs as Sllas Marner, ac et .lullue Caesar the va11ouQ w orks of Edgar Allen Poe, Bret Harte, ,lamee Femmore Cooper and oth ers of the llterature serles, extenslve parallel readlng lm requlred Sophomore Mlrnam Glenn gets the beat Its not rock and roll IlS poetry shes sconnmg phil Singleton proves to Bud Epps that words ure not the only things In on uncbrudged dnchonary Peggys creotlve ability as better m the stall of the naght lt 3 ss ' gs " " .1 ' txf . ' - 1 '- - aa- as 66 9746 ' 97 ' M h h, t , t' . .. ., D - - I , . l is l 1 i E l ,. 'A' , :---7 xf 0- 1 emu 3' We Furs? year German challenges Larry Reeves and Charles Brown l.aton Il student Julna Maxwell came sow and finally conquered' We Tony Fant explains to Douglas Barton that In Spanlsh the question mark may be wrntten on euther end of the sentence Bl,-4" ?""'v"'!g 1 flttttl Conversahonal French IS taught un this class however some students do get lost' LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT ln the field of languages, Anderson Hlgh made out Nldlllllllg progress durmg the l978 l9'59 sesslon It tel mutated the first year that Boys Hugh offered 1ts jun lors a two year course ln Cerman, that Hanna H1Ull opened 1ts French courses to sophomores, and spon sored a program for grammar school students to learn the language So Anderson Hlgh wxdened 1ts curr1c ulum. But lt malntalned 1lS other long establlshed program of languages Boys' Hlgh contlnued IES two year French and Spanlsh courses, Hanna Hlgh kept its French department open to JUHIOTS and semors, and both schools lIlCI'CE1SCd enrollment 1n thelr second year Latln 0HlCIlt1gS To make the new programs posslhle, Boys' Hlgh galned Mr Borowsky as a faculty member, Hanna Hlgh, Mrs Metz . . ga, , A t E ' to t ,Q ,yan .4 ' I H it? ' fr. L, U 1 .W 6 .r ill 3 - . Q. ' , l W 1 Mi V7 iff- 4' 'll 'W ' 9 53 J, gtfyzr-J ' 3 E 5.1- AV K I yg 5' i g at W My 3 i r Q. -r f V' H nt E' xg xg? :Y ' ati? silk 3 at at I T ' F tif' E V rf, W if . f. n 'G 'E 7 1 4 . 1 ' E- - D 1' ' ' I 1 . 4 9 1 s n .C v I A v., U S ' . S I - v U I M . I . A K l .U 18 MR. D. OLIVER BOWMAN, English, Senior Sponsor, lfditorial Advisor Tidings, Editorial Advisor Yellow jacket . . . MR. WILLIAM B. HYNDS, Mathematics, Beta Club Sponsor, Business Staff Advisor Tidings. MR. PALMER R. DRUMMOND, Hislory, Government, Junior Class Counselor . . . MR. SI.oAN WYESTRIORELAND, Mazhemaf- , ,f X X ai.-nv NIISS BETTY CALLAIIAM, Government, History, Psychology, Ad- visor to Hannasgals, International Relations Club Sponsor . . . MRS. RUBY C. GRANT, U. S. Hislory, Psychology, Sophomore Class Counselor. ,l ,i'If ics, History, Covernrnenl . . . NIR. GEORGE S. PENN, Gov- ,W ernmenl, Spanish anrl English. Mlss IDA li. AICGIQKIN, Business .lIClll'l6f7lUlliCS, Consumer Econom- ics . . . MIss ELIZABETH RICHARD- SON, Librarian, Library Asst. Club Sponsor . . . MISS RUTH BOCGS, English, .llathematics MR. J. RALPH DRAKE, Mathematics, Covernmenl Law . . . MR. HAROLD F. CANNON, English, Hisi tory, Distributive Education Club Sponsor. 19 M... O l BONJOUF AMIES ' ii We i fl. s"i TROIS ANS kan... MISS ELIZABETH MCCOWN, English, Latin . . . MRS. ELISA- BETH G. EPTING, French, Sponsor Societe Honoraire De Francais . . . MRS. MARY S. MEITZ, English, French, Advisor to Business Staff Hannasgals. French Club Sponsor. FACULTY MISS GLADYS CROMER, Mathematics, Sponsor Dramatics Club . . . MISS ELIZABETH JONES, Mathematics, Business Advisor of Tidings . . . MISS lVlARIETTA MCCOWN, English, Mathematics, Junior Class Counselor, Editorial Advisor Tidings, Senior Class Sponsor, Quill XI Scroll Sponsor. MR. ROB ROY MCGREGOR, English, French, Latin . . MR. A. GEORGE BOROWSKY, English, German . . . MR HERBERT S. PENDERGRAFT, French, English, Hi-Y Sponsor MR. EARL M. JARRETT, Glee Club Director . . . MR. MARVIN E CHIDESTER, Assistant Director of Instrumental Music . . . MR WILLIAM H. THOMAS, Director of Stringed Instruments . . . MR JOHN R. FOGLE, Band Director. frg. ws. Xt, -.,. Lx N In coniunction with their study of current events, Frank Ross and Johnny Sosebee review a world map. SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Realizing that social studies are of vital importance in a secondary education, four courses in this Held are offered to those attending Anderson High School. Psychology, open to members of the junior and senior classes, has as its primary purpose the development of students into well-adjusted adults. Tenth graders enrolled in world history engage in a thorough study of the subject from the prehistoric civili- zations through the World Warsg while the American his- tory course traces the hirth, growth, and development of our nation. The latter is a required course in the eleventh grade. By familiarizing himself with the origin, organization, and powers of the government, the senior government student prepares to heeome a responsible citizen. Billie Marett tests the reflexes of Terrell Stephenson in a psychology class Government student lem Terry looks over a copy of the Declaration of Independence, one of which was presented to each senior by a local civic club. 1 . vw "I've got it," exclaims Martha Morrow as she surprises her American history class. Elaine Bryant explains to fellow seniors the various phases of Distributive Education. Jo Ann Brooks gives an over-the-counter demonstration of her learning in retailing CGMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT O 8 0 I 'Q'-1 ..s....'1!.l" , l, evil' ,V ,, . T xxx xxrk R .qi TXT . . , X ig In home economics Bennie Sue Bone learns to cook by trial and error. A combination of classroom work and practical experience keeps the commercial and distributive education students busy. Skill, salesmanship, the secretaryis personality-all are goals of this large group. As extra-curricular activities the future secretaries display their abilities by cutting stencils, typing programs, announce- ments, letters and other materials for faculty and fellow stu- dents. Then back into the classroom they go to take 'cseveral hundredii words a minute, to transcribe accurately, and to work toward becoming members of the order of Gregg Artists -never any time to be wasted. Personal typing, a subject for students in other courses than the commercial, is popular among the student body. Typ- ing machines are in use even during lunch hours in an effort to meet the demand. Bookkeeping I and Il are designed so that students may have experience in keeping journals and in working with practice sets containing actual business transactions. Distributive education acquaints students with the field of retailing. Offered to seniors, this program places each stu- dent in an actual work job. After lunch, the store and the office become laboratories where theory can be put into practice. 22 17 I' 'A Mfrs. IsABEL YOUNG, Government, English, Interna- MR. W. EUGENE AISRAMS, .llanzial Training . . .MR. W. FRI-LIJ MG- tional Relations Club Sponsor . . . MISS EMMA B. CUN- GREGOR, Auto Mechanics . . . MR. VVILLIAAI A. PITTMAN, .llachine NINGHAM, History, Geography, Government, Interna- Shop anfl Relalerl Mulh, T841 Club Sponsor. tional Relations Club Sponsor. " I 'ia- X., . ,f -of 5 .--...... 54 ui.. - vp! 5 s l V 'W Miss EDITH W. BOYGE, Bookkeeping, Mathematics . . . MRS. NIIRIAM GAMBRELL, Shorthand, General Business, Typing. MR. PARKER W. HALL, Biology, Chemistry, Phys- ical lfrlucalion, Tenth Grade Sponsor, B-Team Basketball Coach . . . MR. LOUIS A. KITCIIING, Chemistry, Physics, Science Club Sponsor. FACULTY MISS BIARCARET HOOD, English, Senior Class Counselor, National Honor Society Sponsor, Student Council Sponsor . . . MRS. JEAN K. COBB, English . . . Mas. ANN FOLK, English. 23 FACULTY MR. CIiRTIs W. PIJNNINILTOX, Agriculture, F. F. A. Club Sponsor . . . NIRS. JOHN M. MCLEOD, Supervisor of Lunch- roorn . . . NIR. WILLIAM I.. POOLE, Bookkeeper. MRS. S. HLTEY, Biology, PIIQZSIDCIII Education, Sophomore Class Sponsor . . . IVIISS FRANCES R. MAJOR, Physical Eriu- cation, Biology. MR. DWIGHT E. HAWKINS, Textiles, T 8 I Club Spon- sor . . . NIR. GRADY E. VAUGHN, Textiles and Related Math, Flying Shuttle Club Sponsor, T S I Club Sponsor. MRS. SARAH H. KING, History, Secretary to Principal . . . Miss BETII CI.INRsI:ALEs, Librarian, Library Assistants Club Sponsor I MR. R. Brzoraous PARKER, Jlazhemazics, Bookkeeping, Business Advisor of Iellou' ,locket . . . MRS. EMILY C. ASHLEY, Typing. SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENTS To help meet todayis need for better trained scien- tists, high schools throughout the country have ad- vanced scientihc and mathematical subjects in their curricula. Anderson High School is following this rend as evidenced by changes being made in these zourses. This year marked the beginning of an accelerated program in the Mathematics Department. Sophomores are now enrolled in plane geometry so that alge- bra Ill and trigonometry may be offered to them in the junior year. Plans are now underway lor initiat- ing introductory courses in analytical geometry and calculus. Biology, chemistry, and physics are the science courses offered students. Through these varied courses the school trains the alert students of today to become the adept scientists of tomorrow. Biology, offered to sophomores, thoroughly grounds the students in a basic knowledge of the subject. This course covers a wide range of subjects from simple Cell structure to human anatomy. Chemistry fundamentals are acquired through thor- ough classroom instruction supplemented by frequent laboratory work. ln addition to studying sound and light, physics stu- dents spend several weeks learning the principles behind radio, electronics, magnetism and television. To teach the uhowi' and Hwhyi' of the mechanics in everyday life is the primary purpose of this course. An amoeba looks Mary Earle in the eye. fa li t 9"" salvi With the aid of his thumb Charles Neill succeeds in making the scales balance. tvs! V N -s B K X v W . l x ' , .Q L ' N S .... N RUN ,L lr i , t JM . , lg Mr, Hynds illustrates with a slide rule that 2 times 2 is 4. xx VOCATIGNAL DEPARTMENT The vocational curriculum provides training on a practical laboratory basis. Such training is avail- able in the fields of textiles, auto mechanics, man- ual training, agriculture, machine shop, occupa- tions, and mechanical drawing. After completing any of these courses, a student is ready to begin work on a related job. Textiles is offered for pupils who are primarily interested in following textile work after gradu- ation from school. This course offers preliminary training that helps to shorten the learning period on the job. Machine shop covers the use and operation ofthe various machines such as lathes, shapers, and mill- ing machines. Also a related course in machine shop calculations and blue print reading is given. This two-year course is one of the best preliminary courses for a person who wants to enter the engi- neering field. Students in auto mechanics learn the structure and mechanism of many familiar machines from books and then practice their abilities in the garage. Agriculture may he taken by boys who have fa- cilities for doing the required farm practice Work. Scientific farming methods and careful planning are taught. Students enrolled in manual training learn to make objects of wood. Mechanical drawing is offered as a complimen- tary course to the trade and industrial curriculum. Lum Minish looks over ci lamp which is being made in the manual training class s. S bf Machine shop students do precision work on the South Bend lathe. The looms give textile students practical experience with mill machinery. ht, XJ Wh. , bn.. '-Q-. X A'-X Iwi-f.-M Mil: I M eb ,difvgfa 'Q I M FM XR CLASSES Housed ln two bulldlngs the Semor Hlgh School IS com posed of Semors, Junloro and Sophomores :fl L, P :if A V, is 3 sl'-, . if ' 4 ' K JOHNNY . . . RAY . . . ANN . . . PAT . . . MR. BOWMAN HANNA HIGH OFFICERS THE NANCY SMITH . . . . President A MARTHA SIE ANDERSON . . Secretary ANN WEBB . . ..... Vice-President PAT DAWSON ..... . Treasurer MISS MARY IVICCOWN . ...... Sponsor 28 1959 SENIOR CLASS BOYS' HIGH OFFICERS JOHNNY MARTIN ......... President BILLY MARTIN .......... Secretary CARRETT NATION ....... Vice Presidenl RAY FRETWELL .......... Treasurer NIR. OLIVER BOWMAN ........ Sponsor OT TTT TTI 29 I MISS MCCOWN . . . BILLY . . . MARTHA SUE . . . GARRETT . . . NANCY 6. 'fa " fin f ,ar W v ,ax I Q' 'asf YC? Robert B Xrlxer jr Xlue NI AfldI1lS Janus Q Adam Nlellval Adam llarlmrlj Addl Nlarllla Sum Xnrlmr on 1 H Antler Kr mr l -Xrnu lm I INS f liennnlt Xtlun on REMEMBER THE PRIDE WE FELT ON THAT SEPTEMBER MORNING WHEN WE RETURNED blmron P Balmer Xngela Bagwell liubw Faxe Bagwell C lxenneth Balley Vi Gene Ballew 'Ur 'fx f-A 13' 50 E . .4 Q' -1:1 f . 4 I: ' , ' - is X l 'tv , Q -4 N sf Na' I 0 Franklin D. .-'lllwertson Turlitlrli Alexunclcr l'rif'illa l,. Alexander llll2lI'lCS lf. Allen lrhlllllj' l.. Allen Q ' : - s Oli .. ,son s ll C. A lcl llc . 'S A lc' 5 l. ' ' : " S T 5? :sv if T T .J 4.4. 445 M 'init s Faye Cleveland, Ann Bruce, and Harriett Evans pause to forget teachers and books. R 1 N N s f Reece James and Don Bass visit the neighborhood theater in of?-hours. N. Jean Ballard Douglas B. Barton Gary Donald Bass Mary Price Beekman Kenneth B. Bibb Patsy Ann Black Sylvia Faye Blake William J. Bolt Bennie Sue Bone TO SCHOOL AS S G I1 I O I' S . . . THEN OUR SENIOR RINGS ARRIVED AND OUR PRIDE Edna Klariee Bone Eatliel F. Bowie Edith L. Bowling Jerry D. Bozeman Tffd H. Bradberry ff 3 Qfs, 31 17" W. David Bradberry Rose M. Bradley Carolyn N. Brady Wilton C. Brock lucly Ann Brooks SWELLED EVEN MORE . . . PEP RALLIES AT SCHOOL AND ON THE SQUARE . . . WE YELLED Judy A. Brooks Jo Ann Z. Brooks A. Barbara Brown Carroll D. Brown Dewey D. Brown Dodie W. Brown Jean N. Brown Ann S. Bruce Charles O. Bryant Well, have cm boffle of milk, Hurry L I V z I I l C, C. 32 Elaine W. Bryant Laura Sue Bryant Lynda F. Bryant Marc-ia E. Bryant Linda S116 BryS0r1 LOUDER THAN EVER BEFORE BECAUSE WE WERE SENIORS AND OUR TEAM WAS WINNING Carolyn Sue Buchanan Penny C. Buck Linda F. Burns Joyce Faye Burris Raymond E. Burroughs Sherrill Ann Busby Allen Byers Boyd L. Callenback Tom N. Camp Judy A. Campbell Nancy B. Campbell Linda M. Canup Shelby ,lean Carey Dorothy A. Carithers Glenda Carithers 33 William M Carllsle ,lr Daud l Carlton John I' Carlton Harold L Carnac Ida Clarl aa Laudlc Lunlce M Chamberi Randolph Chalnbera Bexerly M Cl'l3Qt3lll DIXICI ChaQta1n Ro er W Chaatam FOOTBALL GAMES THAT UNFORGETTABLE NIGHT WE BEAT GREENVILLE HOME Marion W Clark lqlna R Cleveland Nlarx Faye Cleveland Wallace E Cleseland Harry F Cochran 113 1 I Q 34 L I Patricia Chatham Marion Lloyd Cheek Allen Dural Childs M. S. Claire Chrietzberg Paliricia Chyurch l I l V V l V 1 I ' . 7 'Y . 1 :fail f " nf- A". - . I ' 9 fir .Sa ing We won! Marilyn M. Cochran Willis Earl Cole Mary Helen Coleman Jeffery Dow Colet F. Lamar Cope Carlos F. Coppage Jerry Ray Crain Sonja F. Crocker C. Lamar Cromer COMING . . . THE SPONSORS . . . THE QUEEN. . . ALL BEAUTIFUL . . . THANKSGIVING DAY Joyce E. Cromer .lohn Cromer John S. Cromer Richard E. Cromer E. Ann Crowe A if 35 r .,,,:, nf, W ', f ecfly legitimate entrance fo the publicafinns room. Nancy Dean Crowe Harold J. Davies ,lane Lowe Davis Mackie Lee Davis Nancy ,lane Davis . . THE THRILL WE FELT WHEN OUR LAST EOE FELL IN DEFEAT AND THE SHOUT, "WE'RE W. Todd Davison Patricia F. Dawson Mary Eleanor Dean Mary Ellen Dempsey Bobby T. Dickson Milton A. Dickson Martha Rae Dobbins W. Eugene Dobson Carole Ann Dowis rances Welborn and Robin Maddox make use of this per- uenlatt 36 as Farnl N Duncan N w1lSfJIT Dunlap jr Denms H lhar Robert E Dse Samuel H Earle STATE CHAMPIONS RANG FOR HOURS THROUGHOUT THE TOWN THE NEVER TO BE xlf,l3IllS A hl ln ll Thomas l'll1 J Sxdney A l'ln1nrL S Nlargaret Elrod Nlarthal Embler Imda A Epp Barbara A lwan Harr1etL lwans IJ A Anthonx Pant Donald D Ferns 37 'N ll Allleri J- Eaves Hugh B. Efllllilllfli Jr. jimmy VV. Ifdnmonds Theresa A. Edmonds Judith A. Edwards L'- ' .'g' '. 1's. r. Q' ' .I - .J i A . l i :Isl A BQ' .agua U1 fix EN W Dean FlIldlCy Harr1etF Flel hman Xwlllliillll H Flemlng lVl6lWlIl E Fletcher Sue Mm l'llllt Raymond B Pretnell l autta Q Fro t Frances IL Fowler ,lucllth A Galley liohert A Gamble FORGOTTEN PRANKS BOMB SCARES SO NUMEROUS THAT THEY BECAME CUSTOM lane W Garrett ,I Anthony Gentxle Ro er M bettys larrv Nell G1bSlJIl Helen Gllbert Q 38 af N ' 'Q' l D ' 3 4. . 0 Anne M. Foley Rose Neal Folk Marshall Frady WT. Preston Free J. Phillip Freeman J . - . g ' . A J . . - E ,rf 11,1 fi 1 , if-A i av, ,Q Brenda, where did you gei ihe fifth ace? 'W 'Qty' y "Q -PVS 402' ""15" Don'f look so smug, Dale. You haven'1 graducned ye G. Joyce Gilreatli Ronald Ii. Gilreatli Geraldine Ann Gipson ,lane Glenn June Greenway Alex Gundry Flora Elizabeth Halliday Shelby Ann Hanks Shirley Ann Hanyey . THE EAGER EXCITEMENT WITH WHICH WE WAITED FOR CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS . . . THE james Nelson Harbin Lewis Ansel Harbin Patsy Ann Harbin Linda Ann Hawking Linda Hogg Hcalml 'UW "U" 41? '39 ,Rs N' '-and 43 "IL-'Q is TIA? M. Dolores Heaton C. Wayne Hcffner Laura A. Heggood Cara-y Yell Helms Vffayne C. Henson GLOOM THAT SETTLED AS MIDTERM EXAMS APPROACHED . . . THE FERVENT HOPE THAT Barbara J. Herring Dan H. Hollmrooks Robert M. Holcombe Jerry WT. Holliday Julia M. Hopkins Sylvia Ann Hopkins Conny Lee Hudgins Linda F. Hudson Frances A. Human Qu'es 1-ce qui se posse? -fn' ,f o ' x 'wr' U 5 fi far """ " f 3 15, fl Dale Hunter B mln J lxe cr Jnn W Jirlx Jo lieth Juk on l' Reece Jame THESE WOULD BE OUR LAST BASKETBALL GAMES AS WINNING BECAME A larrx Nl Jann Hannfih ll Jame on James H .ldllllcflfl uanltlf Jone 5 l'l'lIIlC J0neQ Ann C lXlIl Donl Klllg lranees E Kln Nl lou1Qe Klng Ralph F Kmg J YW vw S fs 35" fs 415 115 10' -ll N :K ,f . 1. N' re 1 . ' st- ' . . "son ' 2 ' S l. , 5 , ,M . ' rs . . ' S . ' 'L J li 1. -S lf , Wlilliam P. Jordan Joyce A. Kay Georgia A. Keaton Stanley H. Keaton John B. Kilgore . 7' g ,. ' J ' . ' g L . . '. ' . ' , r. 5 Q X ,A .vii - X ,J J Qi , A 'H J ' ' , .f A ' L3 '1 f T Q J 14 A Jackle S lxmeq Nlarcella F Ixlrkhaln Nlarlan I Land Nlnhael L Latham Terly Laurence Lesene I Leak Elame D Lemfelder Nlarahall G Llttleficld Dlana F Loftls Vhlham D looney HABIT PRIDE IN OUR TEAM INCREASED COLLEGE BOARDS THE ALL IMPORTANT .IOIIIIHIC A IIHTIH1 .IOIIHIN W Nlafllll If Nh ra T Martln XXIIIIIIN B Nlartln Ioretta 'Vlissey 42 Annettia NI. Lowie Robin B. Maddox EIsie G. Marchbanks Billie J. 'Harett David B. Njlartin, Jr. , . . . . . . If Patricia Ann lVlcAbee Nancy Ann McAlister Johnny F. McClure Tommy Mcfilurc L. Earnest McConnell Nancy L. McConnell S. Audrey Mcfiown Nancy C. McCoy Elizabeth M. McGraw DECISION . . . WHAT AFTER GRADUATION? . . . SPRING Gwendolyn McCullough james L. McCurley, Jr. William C. Nlclilratll WITCH BUUK WILL CAST-K ns SPELL A H ME! . 'U 1355? p 1- Thct's c witch? x""lv ,Q We oren'1 losing-Margie Smith iusf realizes if's fhe Is? pep rally. BASEBALL, TRACK, TENNIS, GOLF, J. Charles NIcFall Herbert C. McGill -1 4-if fill? 43 .Iames N. Nlcflill I,urry N. Nlcflill Ronald NI. McGuire Carol Nlcliinley IiCIlIlCIl1 l.. Xlcliinncy BEAUTIFUL WEATHER, AND HOPE OF A RHYTHM REVUE . . . THE EXCITING SCREAM, "THE Norma Fay McLane Rebecca WV. XIcl,eskey james If. Mefllin Julia T. Meeks Yvilliam C. Minish Rebecca Mitchell Benny J. Mize Caroline R. Monckton Estelle R. Moore And, girls, on iop of all ihis, we offer basket-weaving. 1, -J There comes a Tidings in the affairs of men 44 Donald T 'NIo0rI1ead NI Plame Worms Qallle J Worrl Anne f IIorr1 on Y Ann Nlorrlson ANNUALS ARE HERE ELECTING NEXT YEARS OFFICERS AND BEING GRIPPED WITH THE Patsy E Mote: S'm1ueIC Odom Jr Llllda M Ovsens H Garrett N mon Ann Osborne Bens0nI Page Rebecca N INeIson I rank A Norms BGHV I0 Nflftfm H Monty Osteen J Nano C Osteen W Iouls Osteen Erskme J Pa,e P d1tI1 B Parker Wlarlha E PHIHCII 4.3 ll I a a a c I . T , . T.. . . I , r. II 'v' j . 11 I .R K . 'R , -4 I I I of 4? - I 1 I r -W MIN l,3V1d L Pavne James C Pavne James D Pavne lVl Sue Payne Patricia B Pearman lzdna F' Powell Judith A Powell luclx C' Powell B Carolyn Prlce Patrlck lVl Pruitt STRANGE REALIZATION THAT OUR HIGH SCHOOL DAYS WERE NEARLY OVER JR SR I Dean Purcell lmdaj Purclv Brenda T Ramey Nlartha L Ramey Eleanor E Rankin ai' 46 Dennis H. Peeler Elaine P. Peliper Juanita M. Phillips Shirley A. Pilgrim Wade H. Ponder M.. 'fam ,ef 12? ff-5. '--al? june L Haltray QNIIIITIH J Rcabcr Ix :meth I' Ii I IIIIII f all DOIIIIIC IJ Iilchflrd on Jerry R Richard on H1IcI1 ,I RICIICX fI1'1rIe I Ru fr Brenda Q Hlddlu XXIIIICIIH Hlplm WlII1a111 C Rlpley ,Ir TOIIIIIIN ,I Ii0bLrtQ Irggs I RocIw ter XXIIIIIITI F in Ilfuld H Ronda THE NIGHT THE MUSIC THE DECORATIONS ALL PERFECT GRADUATION SLOWLY Bobby D Rowe Imda I ec Rum ey Herbert I QIIKICTG Jam? Ii bandew All -If Has mond J qandf-rQ 1 I '-84 - Ir in 5. J' II' ' . 'Ir' , 1. 001 If 2 'I' Reid ' . " . F . ' 's 'r- ' f Ic sl. "Iv T ' "' " ,, ' ', , -' . ' E ,. ' 'z .I SS . L , , ... . ' f ,H S I. .1 . S . W . ' .E ,. If Q C '35 -3. Thomas H. Sargent Jacquelyn Sears Kenneth W. Shaw Phyllis Y. Shaw James A. Shirley WE MARCH TO THE STRAINS OF POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE . . . OUR HEARTS ARE FILLED Vllilliam D. Shirley Charles D. Smith C. Stephen Smith E. Annette Smith Marjorie Smith Nancy E. Smith 0. Rebecca Smith Patricia P. Smith Paul Smith, Jr. Anna, even alumnoe need lunch tickets x.,.x"'N When one has much to learn . . as "Confusion" says. 425 Johnny E. Sosebee Gary l,. Spake John F. Speer, Jr. Donald E. Stansell Sandra E. Stephens WITH BOTH JOY AND SORROW . . . SOON THE DARKNESS FALLS AS A CURTAIN ON OUR Terrell Nl. Stephenson Je-lon I. Stone Bobby R. Stovall Carolyn J. Strickland Eugene W. Strickland Henry S. Sullivan Frances W. Summey Bobby C. Swinford Brenda T. Swinford Wlilliam L. Swinford Peggy A. Tannery Kosmo D. Tatalias Nancy J. Teasley Lemuel G. Terry Kenneth J. Thomas I I I 40 Larry NI ThompQon Je IC D Tlller Mflrv E Tlllex Nmu NI Todd ,I Patrlclc Tolll on Tlllda I Trotter DIYIC E Turpen Robert D Xaughn Dmmre X Walker Nlargaret B Vlallwr Sandra S Walker Harold W Walter Pitrlcla 'X Walter ll Cllfton Vlfatt Nlllflrecl H Watt Xlolet N1 Watt Beth ,lean Vleathers Ann H Webb lrance H Welborn l Claudette Welborn iii nm fn.. ff' .- OU I HIGH SCHOOL DAYS . . . WE SING THE ALMA MATER FOR THE LAST TIME . . . AND ITS OLD T zz: I Z A 'N I -tt I t" -ft '15 Q7 H., ,-.., F65 Henry Wm. Wells, Jr. Linda H. Wells Delores J. Welmaker James R. Welsh E. Colleen Wheeler Edward Eugene Vfhite James G. White Jimmy Alton White Shirley lilrocl White Sammy Wvade Whitfield Stanley A. Wfhitfield James C. Whitt l,arry Franklin Whitten Judith R. Wlilliams Kenneth J. Witcher FAMILIAR WORDS LINGER IN OUR HEARTS . . . FOR OUR LOVE DEAR ALMA MATER TIME CAN NE'ER DESTROY . . . WE WILL EVER SING THY PRAISES DEAR OLD ANDERSON HIGH Angela C. Wvoodcock Donnie Ray Wright F I M in I The only girl at Boys' High? I M ij, 'ex .. H... -1 , ' f ,g,. 'W Qi ii 2 ji' Y 'Tl MN X iv' ' a 3 - V. 1 , '41- i P 11, A a f 1' ,f'4"'i 5, ...rj 4- 1'-vu., S shun' f' fx . ,Sf Img' 1+ M, ag - I . I Mir ,gg M 4 fi? Q1 '!'i'0"'!S..,. I . 5, h A I 1 I xganofra 3epAen5 Wea! We 1. kk Wx 'N-if if . su., ,fl V 2 ," 'S 3, 4 11 j S Fi Q 1: Q Q' 'L ,VF W' 'tw .W ig, in 414 'W- ,M js 13 ...W E P uc 'wigs Tfv 'fs WN .N 'iii VH, WV ,N- --sv, .5' M, 'ui .44 4 v 4 N-1. 13, Q w Q A WL was ff A, an-law N 1 af 3 "'2'-if xv K 1 ,m,,..-. wp K, .E yy X Lai.-...L 14.-Q, ...VGA N 5 1' YQQWS k W fwlawh, , 'K ,"' rg 1' gy' ,dl 1 R2 liz 5? . E ' .A A A . W , , I, Q V Af 5 5 1 2 Q ? E 1 Z 5 2 ? w w X 1 L 3, 2 '52 , Ki 5 A 1 k , 22 i Z F, fi 2 ik Q' 2 B I ai x 1 Q K 1 5 R Ar ws .11 , ,L j 4! 5 n . - s 'A i zz 5 ' 1 I E ,t , . E 17? a E t 5 in .E :L . 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Treasurer SPONSOR MISS MARY MCCONNELI. Q-nv-I .Wi KAREN . . . MARY ANN . . . DONNIE BOYS' HIGH OFFICERS :XNSFL NIOUIUI .... . . . President IJONNIF LEE I3AIi'I'0N . . l'1'cv-l'resz'denl JERRY BOLT .... . . Secretary MARION RENWICK . . . Traasurvr SPONSOR un. MARION MILLLLR ,M-"" 4-Q 'Q Ansel . . . Marian ,N-J 'Z' Bully puddles whale Sieve burns Donna li Mker Dorothw I Mlame Rfbelxah N Xllcn Fleanorj X hley 'Nlary I' lianm ur Su an l Rannl ter Ulm R Rell ann sf lie nnetl JP' QW LTL fiv x.. lanN Xclams landa F Addmon ilemla lL Ax om Wm C Bagwell Vlvxan L Banm ter Donn1eL Barton 'Wars lwl Bennett B J Blackwell -wr -we- 52" Y' 62 1959 .IUNIORS J1mmyH Allen E J Ballenger Nlartha A Bates 'Nl11haelR Blau' frm ts- ,llmmy R Allen Jerry K Bannlster Carole L Beaeley P 0 Blanche-tt OSSIC M Allen J R Bannlster Furman H Beck Dorls S Blume 'N milf 't- ...hr 3 fi - 5 a ea an 1 e Q- F fi - an W N -af " ' I t IQ fx ix "' 1 ' C Q 'F' 1 M vi A en? -ff if , , , gs l .ln R :F "' vw . -X ' .L is f w 4 va? ,X ,Q j -Q. A Cl 4 R L ' A a" 35" 3 ,, e w 'hl' V 7 1:- ,. 1. 1 -W A ,fb f 1 in-n -qw... "' ca OSPF vp-.1 Lael M. ...c -N as 113.41 41 ,rs S Y.."T:'x H.. .,.,,., , 'Ur K' E I HE, LL L-I X le- Q..-1 Y' Q' KayleD Burris H W Callaham Lluda C Carlton B ,I Charpm C harles R Bobo ,lame B Bowen Charles W Brook Qhxrley K Brown Ronald D Burrx K D Callaham Patrlcla L Carnes Nl D Chasteen Barbaral Bolt llncla X Bowen Trcvla 'C Brook Qhlrlcvj Brown XXI! 'U' 'CW iv' xv. ..,..Ns Q-fx -.I X I if LML BobbvC Burnette D Xl Campbell Sue l' Cater C C Chavous Jerry D Bolt l l' Bradberry Barbaraj Brown Wllton D Brown F K M Burroughs Lmda F Campbell S HX Chamberlaln Douglas E C heek lo X Bolt Kllen O Braxly Charles X Brown Peg y LX Bruce Francls M Burts Nl O Campbell Betty.l Chambers Sarah C Cheek Ruth A Border James T Brannon Jane Nlarle Brown C. E Buchannan Z" U9 Charles' D Busby Denms C Carey Nlary E Chambers Betty E Clark Charles B Bost .loseph F Brlclgrs Joe N1 Brown l N Buchanan Fx A -sa? 63 we I K X 1 K l y Q ' -L ' if-' if ' 'am tl K Q ' If r ,- 't C ' 1 4- A C. 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HQ fx Alb JamesG Clark F J A Cleveland T E Cleveland DouglasR Cobb Mary M Cochran P A Compton Peggyj Cordell Martha S Corn SaraL Cosens Alvm Lee Couch Loulse H Crayton Edna A Crenshaw Damel R Crocker Sidney L Cromer Betty L Crowe C F Culbertson Howard Cunls R A Darracott Rose M Davis Qandra C Davls Mary E Dlckson Sara F Dlckson Wllllam M Dlllard M M DODDIHS Samuel M Dralsen Don L Duncan Mlldred L Duncan Gary R Dunn Charles E Dvar John D Dyar ,I1mm1eS Elgln Vlfgll C Ellxot Gene R Elllson MaryL Elllson Franklel Elrod Carolyn E Eskew Claude W Eskew Harley E Eskew Frnestme C Evans John T Evans 15. fp- Horace C Cole Sandra P Craft Grace M Crumley .lame R Dawklns Tommy J Drawdy Jeggyl Dyar Eathen T Embler Larry R Evans it-sr 5 'lu' W A-.V-14 A I va- 'K' L-fl I ,W GAA: Ll I A+- M 64 1 'V' 'oral' l ,vu Aus! PeggyA Cole SlurleyA Craft Helenl Culberson B L Dempsey Danny L Duncan Lmda L Eaker John J Epps Patrlcla A Evans arms? wihlhfif. it I M K L 9 'C 1 WA ' isfz.. :2.1:::h" 'I' "'h: Q lvlllllli ':f4f2.,.4'.,,-.4 Ilv L ' I ' 1 4 4 . l . . ' . l Q ' h Alcl -:..,., ,. L N 11 wi : llvhh. 1 b Ye f-JE , WF- ' ' F ' ff K 'F I' A 2913, r a v 3 Q t C -so s , t , - , 1 ' - vs gt? A- L ,W to 'F of L Q4 f C , . at 9 - . e F ,r,, , as 1 Q' M 1. L. fs ' , W ' . xx 4 , tecce l L vva L t,s ff.-QL ' ' ' ' 15 eeet ttt el g if F ii , N HJ 1 x ,, I D All . . . . at i -L ,f R A ,f i X A A A it V ..1-- 319 X X ' f A 'ir to fs' ull' ' Lg :,, , Q, P ea ' .4 V N r i , A A it I qlwh- 4 Zfl E, if , 'zifff F N MXL? I ., .s... N,4-I- 4 h V I . . K N . ' .,.' . V 9 gil E ' .X 2 ' . ..4, ,Eh., 1 , l V I ' . 5 ,E 4 hlls w ,sf, I ' 1 H l . CAS "JT lg 'li' X F qi' ll 1 aefeatfsta V ,I Cul- J H .L... She lbvl Fvans Paulm: Fltzgerald JIIIITIIN FTPPHIHH Dorm F bllllam dh 1 ...ay- 'Ti 'G'-1 vw- 'tl' 11 Q 1, tr 'tar' W 'C' if L. f N1 Felton ,Ir James R Fowler Ihxul S Prledman lilllxj Fulghum L1ndaO Gaffnf-y Call X CIIITIPI' Nnn F Cllmore Iamcel Glu'-ne lk--C' Va or I Pag J Iaull Farmer John H Foglf' Jr C P Pountaln YZ? 7 3 ..+.. Hershel PIIZ Prald Horace E Free-man Jerry F CPLIKIIIIQS Qybll C le nn 'Xfattlef' Flmllefy Chai FIIY rald .lackle-I Frm-man N1 I Frctwf-ll X lx Falloway R D GHFTIQOH Jack Flazf-ner Geor P F Cle-nn Sally hgers cant read' 60 F f'- 5 s 12 ' EF F-, 5 A,-Q59 ' A W s b an by " C 5 "' Q A F sv . ' f YL J I' rl, 2.1 -5 Q 1 -i 4 A P - lx if th A . V In A , g... ' I , af F "W F . .- A-5 r. fir. n- .. . U' -5 Agp A rg Q b 'Razr 1 a-avg 'T' - '- me C' N31 L-YL T7 Q.- 'E' ,buy Ar.: -r L-rl Joseph W Gobbel Aus L folden Carolynli' Gflmll J D frlffin ,lr Jerry A Hall Bobby R Ham Thoma f' Harbln Jay H Hardy Judy Hawkms Larolvn Hlpps Emma l Hudgen Q7 Iii Cynthla A Hayes Anne H Holcombe Alarv Huntam er La'-L 'A JA John l' Graham W G Gflmll Jr Brenda Hanks Llnda Hardy Donald H Head L L Holcomln Pat y A Hurt an Q.-in Betty G Crf-en 'Nltrlam W Grublw Rachel Ham ey ,lohn A Hare Calvrr D Heaton lohnnle Hollowas Ravford L Hurt 3 40 TT' Ronald Greene- Nanm fue t flarole Harbin lohn A Harrlll lr R li Heaton .lr Imogene Hooper Wlnnfred L Hutto 1- O' "hu Allan C Creenwav Folltc r Al Cunter Clyde D Harbin loggy A Harrie Jerry B Hembree Nancy Hubbard Lara A Jams' K... Q' JFNXUU WMV Joel P Cremway Stew W Cunter Henry D Harbm Jo A Hawkme Olin H Hendoreon W P Huckalmy C A Jameion PN ts 'P' Q' 1' -vs T' .ff 14- 66 P 3 A tv K A Y . . 15' 'fyl L' A Q' f A ' - A 'sf Fr' ' A Q' , Mx VV .. 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L Scarborough Nl L Scarborough R L Seavyrlght She1laSt1gler Jerry W Shaw 'Nlargaret X Shaw Kenneth R Shore K W Simpson bonmeR Smlth Glenn R Smxth Svvella M Smith C E Stafford Truman D Story J F Taylor .lr Thomas E Smtth Thomas W Snead Clara A Snxder Johnny M Stansell Wlllle M Stewart S B Stevenson Jr George P Sullly an Nlartha Sutton Dons A Swaney W1ll1amL Taylor Gerald R Terry B A Thacker 'N 6' 4 LAW Ronald G Rumsey Johnnle B Scott Suzanne F Shaw James D Smlth M1chael C Spake Joseph S Stegal Roy F Swmford Ey elyn Thomason v'Y ALL i ey-P ,...fz 10 'S AL Q 'B' 'QD' -1 1- L " f X I K rx vu y X .Q y . .4 R 4- K y My A 'M 7' S- N 'E' , . , I 7 I 'L is Q-v M I' 'J .' . A A L A f , , P . 3 as my Q Q lk C L L . - I 6. L x V ' fl ' . gt y, Q 'V' .V 'X sl .J t t A C re I 'C T , As' wt' M A L A 1 1 as Q I y yy. 5, . Q A Q 1, ...a , . ,AA 2 .V g in gy it L, 4 ' I - A 3, . f T 1 'L' A 6- . Z, 10" ., Z- 6 I is . , - . S L , 4... Y' - -" Larry Thompson Davld Y andn er Tony Watklns Shlrley Whlten 'ST-J 'QU' if 'wr' "'K."' 'X Nl Thompson Nlxchael Vandlwer Kenneth W ebber Bruce Whrtheld We the members of the Jumor Class do hereby pehflon that there be no Junnor Sensor this sprung Kelth Thrasher Patncla Y andlver Douglas Welhorn Terry Whxtlock Carolyn Tlller J ud1 W aslle Suaan Welch Roger Wh1tm1re 11 fs pn "MV" Bobby Tlnsley Davld V1Ck6fY Sandra Wels Buddy Whltten Gall Wllbanks H Wllhamson Shlrley Wxlson Charles Wooten 'J' ...rv Nlary F Trxbhle Franky Walters Carolyn Whlte Terry Whltten Larry Wllbanks Louise Wllllams Lmda Wollfe Judy Wnght in-' 'I A I ,f C' L T"'f 6' George Tucker Frank Warder Roy Whlte Austln Wlcker Harold WllllamS Tommy Wllson Jean Wood Robert Y eargln QTY -u-H 5. UAL! ilafff sgjah , 4' , , .. ,.. ,,, e so fir ak- 'ilu f A Lv.. A I T A ' on TL' if G 'TL' T4 " 6. y T ' ""' ""' -1- J! T I A' L . I A 1- Q I.. Q ,Ill 1 fs: Q T1 5 I 5 ,I 4. Q i f A B '- L .fb al 2 -as gf b .:l 1 4 5 A 0 as ees elif aa if T 4 4 L ix shi 1 . y m on G Z wi Yr iw I . - -1 -fi? ,L rl r A H I n - . - l H I I' ' I R A .jg N K -1 A A L ,L W1 n 4 fr , , , . J w kk , M Q 4 A Q i. ,jf if I . ,, ' Tv-' aeel ,,,, I I I I 1959 SOPHOMORES 2 E BOYS' HIGH OFFICERS 49 RONALD KICEI, . . . . Presiclent I LARRY PARKER . . . . 1f'fCe.PfeSif1m: MELVIN TAYLOR . . . . . Secrelary V. JOE DAYIS . . . . . Treasurer Si SPONSOR I H MR. PARKER W. HALL Q Q LINDA , . . MELVIN . , . RONALD . . . MARY ANN W fi hu.. in-4 .4-v'-N, JOE DELORES SANDRA LARRY HANNA HIGH OFFICERS SANDRA NICLEFS Preszderzt LINDA DONALDS Vzce Preszdent DELORES CROCKER Secretary NI-XRY ANN KING Treasurer SPONSOR was SARA T HUFY 73 X Qt Q Q. v'..... Q 1, , X . , I 9 ' Mk 2, ,.-, A . xx' A ' if in A K B L K 4 if 15? A A " V el . 1 A Qi? ' W f ' A 2 . A ' 3 A A. ' 5 ' 5 5 ,S S - Q ' 1 ,A 4 I Q A f A f Wg, S 2 - 5 1 . - A Afkh vi A A -1 s. 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N ' g W 'V W X X1 VV ', V i z L A AL 'a B B, A 5 B STUDENT COUNCIL HONOR SOCIETIES CLUBS MUSIC PUBLICATIONS Al-in ,KW Q Fzrst Rau Iunxm Fclmnncl Hdlolcl Waller Wann Sexton hmldx Xrnold Iarrx Whltten farrett XHIIOII Dean Fxncllex Johnm Nlarlxn Wade Ponder SECOIZIII R014 Rnnlnonfl liurrou h Rlchard Exan larrx IOM: Xn Q1 Xloore lurk lorflon War hall Frddx Johnm XICCla1n Tu' Hradbcrrv Third Row Tommx Burnett lldxnl Mlam kcnnrlth balhx Franku Waltfr ,Iaclur Seaxwll Dou follm IROQWI iobb Wadfn Turner xlllxf' XHIIAINCI' 151115 Nlartm Fourth Rau Budfls ku lohn Dxkm Frank Vwauic-'r Blllx Irmk Buclrh Brown Ifrrx Xlawo for Dans 'Xhke Xldl on Firth R014 Jerrv Day fary Shaw Lem lerrx John Hunt Tern Fxan Dale Owen Pu am Nnhol Honme Green Doug Ansel B1 y Deon OFFICERS U1 W I whim Bun xlXRTIN Avm MOORE DOLL, COIIINS NIR ll B PKRKLR S-1 I rc sulent I ruldent Secretary I reasurer Advzsor CC MR R B PARKER 23.3 ' "' S- 'hm Frrst Rau Sonja fromkfr Pat Daw on ldthml Bowio. Sernml Row folleen Whaler llnclu 'Nelson qWWf'll'l Snuth Delores Crocker Patuv Powell Nlarv -Xnn Kung Varian Nh-reldlth -Xnlr-s Nlaslfr Third row: llc-wrlx fha tam llnxla llowfn Nlarlan famphfll Barbara Nlltchell P y Fftcmger .lune Rattray Hobm lelmher bonnle XltilxS Nancy Smith, Bennie Fu: lione Lmda Fdflnu Fourth Row llarhara Brown ludv Nhnward lul1a 'Nlfeks , . I resulerzt I ue PTQSIIILIZI' .Secretary Treasurer ldusor C7 T7 -157 To have a greater opportunity to hear and speak French, to learn more about the French people themselves. and to promote Franco-American friendship, the 6-lfth chapter of l,a Societe Honoraire de Francais was established ati Hanna High. This organization is composed of sixteen Seniors who main- tained an 'GA77 average in French during their Junior year. Under the capable leadership of its sponsor, Madame Epting, the Societe has as its project this year the teaching of oral QUILL AND To be a member of Quill and Scroll, an honor society for high school journalists. is one of the highest honors a girl at Hanna High can receive. The girl who has been selected for Quill and Scroll must be of high scholastic standing, must be il!! .V Firx! RIJIVI llennv lluvli. .lulia Meeks. Sue Xnn Flint. Brenda Riddle. llarriett lfxans. Sefonfl Row: l.ovse llaxis. Yann-y Nlr- lionnvll. .loyce Uilreath. Harriet i ei- nnan. 'rf out ar- "z ..zrialln'lol1- bins. l,indzi llndson. flnrol Xie- Kinley. l"i'nnf'cs Snininf-5. Nancy X Nlcffoy. CFFICERS LINDA Huusox President CAROL NICKINLEY VIVCC-PFFSI-IIFIII NANCY Nlcitlov Secretary SLE ANN FLINT Treasurer 'no SOCIETE HONORAIRE cle FRANCAIS French to elementary school children. All the members agree that it was a thrilling experience to see the children learning under them. and the children thor- oughly enjoyed itl The Societe is only one of the many chapters throughout the bnited States, but it has been commended by the national oflice for its outstanding accomplishments. SCRCJLL outstanding in some phase of journalism. and must be recom- mended by the faculty advisor. This proud bearer of the Quill and Scroll pin must also be voted in by her fellow students that have proceeded her in this Club. First Row: Robin Nladdox. Nancy McCoy, Brenda Ives- ter. Tish Pearman. Carol Mc- Kinley. Second Row: Martha , Rae Dobbins, Frances Sum- rney, Mary Helen Coleman., Linda Canup, Barbara Brown, Miss McCown. 03 Flrst Row Ralph Km Johnny Nlartln Wlarlon Clark Rav Fretwell Ted Bradberrw John Rouse Brlls 'Nlartln Tommy Elll Nlonty Osteen B1lly Dxllard Second Row ,loe Osteen John Harrlll Frank Warmlcr foclrl Dau on Tom Camp George Qulhwan Baxlu Nlaxmell Jxmmy Brannon Buddy Epps Stan Keaton Jack Seawell Xlhn Byars Carroll Broun Pat Prultt KEY CLUB OFFICERS C ARROII BROWN Presrdenz RAY FRETWEI L Vue Presulent PAT PRUIYT Secretary JOHNNX TIARTIN Treasurer NIR REAMES Sponsor BAXLIS NTXXWELL Dzstrzcz lzeutenanl Governor The lxex Club 1 '1 Qerxlee OYUHHIZBIIOII decheited to the clexelopment of character and leadershlp It IS a branch of the IXIYNJIIIQ fluh Nlemberehlp 1Q baeecl upon scholastlc achlexement IQ well a leadershlp Hlllllllffg The objeete of the lxex Club are to dewelop 1n1t1at1te and leaderehlp to proxlde experlence ln hung and workmg together to Qerxe the chool and COIIIITXUIIIYS and to prepare for ueeful CIUZCII hlp Prodrame for the club are planned well ln advance to m ure a xarletx of Qpeallera lI1 dlflerent xmlki of hfe Hear mv thexe Quecewful Qpealxere the members get a better new of the opportunltxei sxhleh they face Gy Johnny Bcyhs c Carroll Mr Reames S1 l K ',,f , T all -3? 4, 1 E . I . : .gg YA . I I, .5 v .SV y. . I ': Q . . ', 'S. , -f ', .-- ' 7 ' , 7 v rf ' ma vw - . T4 . . lf, . . . . 4 , .R A. . . . D' . :r,' I., Q C J . I . A .. . - - X im, S . .-lb' A ' Xkxv, 5.3 -. A, . i . V . ,M A V -' S ,H , , - s . I C ' I .S 'Y .I k 'v. . 'L M .l - C ,:- n- - '-, ' R '...P1... . THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY xv The end of cuh I1r t -unwter hw a Qpulal meanmg to JUIIIUIW mf Qunor- 1t Hannl H1 I1 Xt IIIIS t1n1e t e nameQ of the glrl LIlg1IJI6 for 1nembcrQh1p ln the Na t1on'1I Honor QOLIPIX are dliclo ed To he Qure thug ff1rIQ dld not galll thle honor eai1I1 -Xftcr a Qtudent OIIIHIIIQ the axerfwe of L6 other quahtlei are KOIISIHCTCCI QI1 1r utcr Qcrxltc ind Ie:-1fIerQh1p The rc pirt of uni? Illtlll tr 1 Illdlllldllllllff all tl ntQ upuml s th1 1 1x1rag.e t 1 tht fu tom of tht Souctx to I1 uc an IITCIULIIOII Qerutn and 41 9OCldI athc flllg to xselgonle the new mem berQ xx ho are preQentcd IS 1th thelr IIICIIIIDCIQIIIP cards Th1s wear the Hanna Chapter JOIIICCI the South Caro Illia Federauon of Nauonal Honor Soc1ety ChapterQ MD Mor ella Lmdc T15 MISS Hood Hornet? OFFICERS TISH PEARMAA1 Irgsulenl HARRIETT EVAINS Vice I resulenl IVIARCELLA KIRKHAM becrtzary LINDA HUDSON Treasurer Nllss MARGARET Hoon .bponsor Fzrst Rau NIdI'Itt Bone IlI'l1Id II11I on Iirf 111111 In tsr Sh1rIu P1I r1n1 Harrutt Fvans Ildrrlel I4Ill h111an Sefonrl Row NIdI'IIlEi Ran IIOIJIJHI Ndflfy SHIIIII I'I'dHtls ummry I'I'-ll dI'I1ldIlIx renra. 1 1 P 'Minn LI os Laura rxant Thlrrl Rau Nann L.1n1pI14II Sue n 1 I 11 at IiIaCIx Pat Ilaw on Iowe Ihulk Io Iieth ack on I'1I11h IIOWIIHQ. Fourth R0lL Carol NILIXIIIICW I1ncIa I inllli I1 h Itdlllldfl 'WIaruIIa klfhhdlll SS . ' j"Ik v,..d.'- ' 'S ' .t s 3' 1 2- . ft 1 'III' I 'T' ":zI,".'z z'g.1 " I1 I I ,LW F ., . 'DC , ' ' '- -'J'. , A . O t I CC '17 -.5 4 I :biz-1..""'.. t'. 'I hal A I1-' fu XI1- 's " . Iese U poi .. --I II' - If 2 " ' Y I ' I 'S f :S ff 1' ' " Y . .,'., . .'. U 1' v 1 V - ,V L T T' ...JO ,I I A , .A unnuo n . J,. 1 Q I nnvnonn- Y. 'J . 1 ..... . ....... ' ': , f' 11, -' 'gl' . ' 'f J' Q, 'I' Off' '51' V IS- "' 5 ' , " s -,ia-x1--11' I5 - 1' 111111. 11-15. 1:41 .M ,A -An 1111.1 1111111-1-ks.l'1 BETA CLUB xlE'l1llJCI'QlllIl in the Bda Club is baud upon scholastic dLl'I1CYCII1CIlll Once the Coxeted membc I'Ql1l1J ls 'ittalned stu dents vsork hard to maintain their high ayerages ln order that they may remain Beta Club members The aims of the Club are, as stated lll the creed, to promote the principles of honesty justice servlee, responsibility hu I1lll1U and charity by QCIWIIIU' others Speakers panel dl CLIQQIOIIS school projtets 'ind the State interesting ydrietw of actiyities this year OFFICERS DoNNn lVIooREHExn Presulenz WXDE PONDER Secretary NLD lVlff1llL Ireasurer MR BILL Hwos Sponsor Ned Donnie Mr Hynds Wade st Row K smo Tatallas Wade Ponder Penny Qullnan lNed NlcG1ll Hay Fretvvell John Harrill Charles Brown Second Row Dale Plume? IE-18131 mar Carroll Brown Johnny 'Nlartln Billy Martin Ted Bradberry cam Odom Randolph Chamber Prank Warder Third Row Bill Dun ap 0 fl T0 Donnie 'lloorehead Marshall Sanders Larry Reeve Bennett Atkinson Tommy Smith Daw1dQm1th Milford Rogers Douglas Cobb SU t ,T , . N Y C es ' P 2 Q W n . n u l C - I ac V. . in ,..H., .h k ..., - .. Y I . ' V V. ,, I, , I . . . t, U t. . B, 'Styx' yn. ',.k.c s Beta Club Convention have provided the members with an , ............ Y . M Fi' 50 Y- . -",' A I ' ', i- :. ' Mer tm, . , A , ' I ', , V . , t - s, . h . : , 1 1 1 51 - a 1 V -' v A V' ' Barbara . . . Bill . . . Larry . . . Carolyn OFFICERS BILL RIPLEY . . ..... . . Presidem BARBARA UI-JMPSI-Lx . Vice-President CAROLXN JLJLIAN . . Secrezary LARRY PARKHR . . Treasurer A.H.S. MIXED CHORUS The Anderson High Mixed Chorus again ended the year on a successful note. Under the direction of Mr. lfarl Jarrett, the Chorus presented two concerts, one at Christmas, another in the spring, and also performed at many nearby schools. A record membership and a new Mixed Chorus room were factors contributing to the highly acclaimed season. The cluh seeks to acquaint students with good choral music and the lnest methods of performing it. Judging from the re- action of the capacity audiences at hoth concerts the chorus capably achieved its ohjeetives. ,f Jan Adams Scott Patsy Andrews Sherrill Blume Barbara Bolt Doris Bolt Mariee Bone Judy Bowen Betty Bridges Betty Brock Marcia Bryant Sandra Chamberlain Alice Cobb Georgia Compton Athelia Crenshaw Barbara Dempsey Peggy Dyar Margaret Elliott Marie Feltman Miriam Glenn Nancie Guest Flora Halliday Jean Hanks Jean Hilley Leavearn Holcombe Linda Holcombe lrene Jameson Gail Jarrard Carolyn Julian Joyce Kay Penny Latham Ann McAlister Nancy McAlister Betty McClain Bobbie Manning Mary Ethel Mickel Ann Morrison Betty Jo Nalley Linda Norton Joyce O'Neal Pat Owen Sue Payne Nancy Powell Nancy Prevost Eileen Bice Linda Settle Lynda Shirley Becky Smith Geraldine Smith Margie Smith Vivian Smith Camellia Stafford Betty Stokes Martha Sutherland Melita Tate Mary Tilley Fredda Turner Judi Vasile Derrell Vaughn Sandra Walker Pat Walters Emily Wells Linda Wfells Pat Westmoreland Barbara Wild Donna Acker Pat Attaway Angela Bagwell Bennie Sue Bone Terry Brooks Betty Broome Brenda Brown Ann Bruce Carolyn Buchanan Linda Buchanan Shelby Cain Judy Campbell Marion Campbell Marilyn Cochran Linda Crowe Mollie Darby Shelby Entrekin Judith Epperson Harriett Evans Anne Foley Bose Neal Folk Carolyn Hall Jean Hill Judy Holbrook Judy Hopkins Kathy Hopkins Sylvia Hopkins Cara James Reece James Mary Jameson Frances Jaynes Barbara King Alice Lambert Movita Latham Barbara Manning Doris Martin Carolyn Meredith Marian Meredith Elaine Morris Sallie Morris Mary Wilson Orr Nancy Osteen Judy Powell Cynthia Beabcr Linda Reeves Gail Roberts Peggy Rochester Sheila Seigler Suzanne Shaw Elizabeth Stancil Sandra Stephens Frances Summey Margaret Walker Karen Wall Shirley Wilson Angela Vlfoodcock J. C. Bobo Jimmy Bowen Crawford Chavous Danny Duncan . Dixie Chastain Larry Parker Tommy Smith Richard Vandiver Buddy Arnold Donald Bass Harry Beck Larry Buker Johnny Carlton Don Ferns Grady Hawkins Arnold Lee Billy McElrath Ronald McKinney Louis Osteen Walter Phillips Curtis Rice Bill Ripley Dennis Simmons Glenn Smith David Vandiver Cliff Watt Billy Wells i J dy 1 Betty R th William Bennett Eathel Bowie Jerry Bozeman Judy Campbell Nancy Campbell Lynda Chapman Jean Chastain Douglas Cobb Ray Coker Peggy Cordell Alvin Couch Pat Dawson Sara Dickson Andrea Dillard Barry Draisen Sammy Draisen Richard Evans Rob Fogle MAJORETTES Pat Davison Eathel Bowie Julia Meeks Andrea Dillard Judy Campbell Sara Dixon Ann Young Curtis Franklin Preston Free Bobby Garrison Dan Gerrard Elaine Gilmore Bill Givens Caroline Grubbs Jean Hanks Cary Nell Helms John Hunt Paul Kaiser Ralph King Frank Lee David Leinfelder Frances Martin Julia Meeks Barbara Mitchell Caroline Monckton Jimmy Morton Michael McClellan Nancy McConnell Lynn McCoy Martha McCurley Elaine McGill James McKee Richard McKee Sandra Mcbees David Payne James Payne Johnny Payne Nella Payne Fred Pearman, Jr. Patsy Ramey Bebe Ramseur Bitsy Ramseur COLOR GUARD Caroline Monckton Betty Ruth Byers Sandra McLeese Jean Hanks Susan Reed Curtis Rice Wayne Selman Sammy Stevenson Charles Stewart Gene Strickland Vester Thacker Michael Vandiver Gene White William Wilkins Margaret Yeargin Robert Yon Anne Young Betty Ruth Byers Sue Ellen Cater James Church Rose Neal Folk ,hz ,Mk 'fi' Mr. Fogle . . . Michael . . . Ralph The Anderson High School Band has completed one of its most success- ful years. Under the direction of Mr. John R. Fogle the band made out- standing appearances in Anderson and out-of-town. The victory marches after every football game added a new touch of spirit. The Band per- formed at the Clemson-Boston College game and also Band lptay Day. Participating in three Christmas parades, the band won one first place and two second places. Led by their capable drum major Michael Vandiver and a line of talented majorettes, it received much recognition throughout the year. The band's spirit and eagerness to learn accounted for a job well done. ANDERSON HIGH SCHOGL BAND OFFICERS RALPH KING ....... MICHAEL VANDIVER . PAT DAWSON . . . MR. ROBERT Focus . . A.H.S. BAND pn qu S! Fl? - MARION TIDINGS STAFF Here we are tlrecl hut lmppx fm r ll lfl t our flrcam ha he Come a realltx The 1919 TlfllIlUN IQ not tonmpo ul of Horde and plcturea alone 1I1 It we h ue placed nuns hour of work much arlxletx all the Oflglllalllt we could muater Incl much of our hearts We beffan our work III beptemlwer equlpped ulth all knoul edge aeaurance and Qklll yet ln no t1n1e ue were dewold of them all In the laet l'lCCll!1g meek of October Nllie Nlcflown Jegan to Qhout B n IC 1 c lper pll Xnrl not to he cut done Nlr Bowman rtphul Well put in cnxelope lrouncl that ,qupv0W"""w ffli. BARBARA For meals Brrlvarx hraxelx hlcl her 1rr1t1t1on proxoked hx lxomnoe LOHIIIIUUU glggle Bw earls Noxemher hoxsexer her patlenee x a fat an and H latllx gI'3lJlJlI10f a ruler from er e L xelecl osnno craw our Qhre ru e and fi ht t uae about tllli tune that Nlr Bomnm Q claw began to behexe that Nlarlon uae hired to correct Nlr Bowman S teet papers smce he ma constantly runmng H1 and out of hw room Then all Went rather calmlx lllllll early Dememher when Carol ruth an extra off X nk he an rcpc lllllff one word oxer and over Vs h it' l' xtept for llllq we were all ln high Qplrlts Mlss Jones Mary Helen Harold Carol Q., fd, --ee ,.....-uf f ,I SPY' 4 it 7 " . ' . .. we is f 'S - 'UL Q "2 4' -' ' 'Q' ' 1' ' RL iv' S , ' vstt f. 'F h ", " t,.z dsk.shx"l ,Hli: lwy fl l g.,'I i 'MA .M . L . Y 21 l U .Y Y C v . V1 , 1 I v. v- A c n wx 1 1 t V A . Y 7, U ' 1 , BM k .3 v . . Y V W. vis v V. . .M ' , . ' ' s ' .A lol ' ' " ' ' r , ' . " l t , H ri g n , z 'z im." x 1 f ,gf lu 'g -1 ' Z, ' . 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' .. , Bill U ' Y ,, fg X, 5 ',J,L,' f'r - 1 f 5' ,aqhw-A ' I v f 1 'L V:-55' A 11 I 4l,f . -.f 'W' ax ' 1 t - A '+52'Y E-li ?4 -v,,f-4-"1 -,, Ned Martha Sue Our first deadlllle was nearlng and we thouofht we were nearlx through then Martha Rae dropped a homb lnot really! she only dlscowered that all our margins had been drawn wrong Nhraculously that deadhne was met but not wlthout a casualty It seemed the confuslon had been too much for Harold, who no longer jomed us for our afternoon fret togethers The confusmn had also dlsturhed Ned for he had begun to slt for hours Wl'llStllIlg the same mournful tune This upset Kenneth so that Edztors BIARTHA RAE DOBBINS KOQMO TATALIAG Busmess Managers Vhss NIARX NILCOWW NIR O1 nl-:R BowvrAw Edztorzal Aduiori Kenneth Brenda Mr Hynds he could no lonffer ronnett lns dots 'md xl'lTl.ll'l Sue became sure that everybods was crazy except her As we come to the end Of our sad tale we mu-t not forffet Nlarx Helen who told Brenda jokes such as the One ahout three glrls and a man who were stranded On an annual And Blll we presume IS stlll of sound mmd for he selclom partlclpated IH tln corm glddy free for all Wllltll profluucl the 69 TIDINGS STAFF Mmrnx QLE ANDERSON HAROLD D-KWILS NlARx HELEN FOLEWAN. BILL Dmup BRENDA IXESTER NED NIQGILL LAROL VICKINLEX IXFNXETH SHAW HUSIIIESS fldrzsors Miss FII7-XBETH Joxss NIR WIILIAVI HNDQ MARTHA RAE KOSMO MISS MCCOWN MR BOWMAN L 90 Q A OF Q GST ,, . Q ' 9: Jeoaw I, - L , A X S x ,X A X 3 ' Y' - , ' Y' v , ' 1' . . Y ., . , , O A u , BARBARA BROWN ........... NlARION CI,-ARK Q 1 A ....... 4. A xi Age i 'fjx-xl V. K xxx 1 2 l ' 1 I I i X if L 2,-, " "" 1:7-5' If ' 'W' """""'f.-"' 4- , bln .--4"" xg M ez C. Ted l I , Wade Mr. Bowman . . . Mr. Parker The Yellow Jacket is important not only because it reaches The editorial staff, the business staff, and the sponsors work many students and tries to interest them. but also because it together to publish monthly the school paper. Duties required represents the school. of staff members include writing and revising articles, prepar- Interested in the Held of journalism, members of the staff ing lay-outs, selling ads, and selling the completed paper. work indefatigably to improve the quality of the paper. BUSINESS STAFF First Row: Donnie- Jarrett. llilly Mid- dleton. Billy Givens. john Brown. David Kay. Ray Fretwell. Allen Byers, Bobby Jarman, Tommy Roberts. Second Row: Bobby Dye. Kosrno Tatalias. Bobby Yon. l.ig0n Martin. llilly Richey. Jerry Hemhree. Tom Camp, Pat Pruitt, Jimmy Kay. WADE PONDER . Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF Firsl Row: .lohnny Nlcfllain. 'I'o1ItI Davi- son. Niurinn Clark. Sarntny Odom. Iialph King. I.urry live-ws, ,Iohn House-. Seronrl Row: Xlarsltall Ifratly. Pat Crowther, Carroll Iiruwn. Stuart Kno- ble-. 'llonty Osteen. Ilonnic Nloort-In-atl, Nlarshall Sand:-rs. Lester Iirown. Charles Brown. TED BRADBERRY . . Editor Mrs. Metz . . . Miss Collaham HANNASGALS allow are you supposed to lay-out?'l Ml'low many words to an inch?" fly back and forth during a lay-out session of Hannasgals. And with an inexperienced staff, and a brand new advisor, the answers are seldom correct. But somehow the paper gets to press on time. A sigh of relief can be heard for miles around. But tempers are soon flaring again as the proof reveals mistakes left unnoticed until then. During moments of depression such as these, the stall often wonders if there are any benefits derived from the paper other than an opportunity to eat lunch away from school. But when the paper is distributed, and its praises are sung Ieven if only by the facultyl pride swells in the heart of every girl connected with Hannasgals. t 5 H 'I' , Tish . . . Linda EDITORIAL STAFF . . . . . . . .Editor-in-Chief . . News Editor . . Feature Editor . . Sports Editor . Exchange Editor Tisn PEARMAN . FRANCES SIQMMEY . HOBIN NlADDOX . . NANCY McCoy . . HARRIET FLi:1sHMAN . BUSINESS STAFF LINDA CANUP . . . Business Manager LINDA EPPS . . Advertising Manager Emi: PARKER . . Circulation Manager First Row: Kay Nic-Kee. Lynn lirown. Sally Cosvns, ,lane liallenger. Nanvy Mr-Coy. Linda Lou Fake-r. Franves Welborn. Serond Row: Sue Ann Flint, Elsie Marchbanks, Nlary Grant. Holiin Iielrher, Karen Wall, Nlelba lf-sts-r, Lowe Daiis, Doris Nlartin. llarrim-tt Evans, Third Row: Nancy Prevost, ,Iackie Earle, Mary Earle Hive, Nancy Kaplan. .lohnnie xlf'l.f'0ll. .lurly Dixon, Jean Hanks. Sandra Str-plie-ns, Nancy Nlcffonnell, Robin Nladdox, Ann Hays Holcombe. Fourth Row: Pat Owens. Linda Faye Addison, W1-mlell Huckaby, Susan Bannister, Carolyn julian, Barbara Bolt, Ann Morrison, ,lean Hill, Carice Peek, Mary Jameson. Frances Summey. Whew! lf's up io the publisher now. Typisis for the Tidings. Firsr Row: Barbara Evans, Delores Wellmaker, Jean Brown. Second Row: Don Ferns, Edith Bowling, Dennis Peeler, Kennefh Johnson. BEHIND THE PRESS Rabin, Frances, and Nancy face the ever present problem of planning Hannasgals layoufs. 2 i 1' . x , - J' I "gsm ' is 'ff if The opinions expressed by Todd, Bobby, and Wade are noi necessarily rhose of The Jackef siaff. 98 ,P First Ron Charle Smith Nlajor Fa Samms Farle ,limms Xllen Charle Purmlw flenn Smith Jimmy White Second Rou Wlllton Dickson Tommw Nar ent Donald Ba limmw lan ton Lee Hufl an Charle Wooten Third Ron lan Ritknr Reece Fam LIBRARY ASSISTANTS CLUB Qerxice is the keyword of the Library Assistants Club. From collecting rent on oxerdue books to taking inventory, members of the club perform many functions for the school. The purpose of the elum is to ereate a wider interest in books an rea inv. ln so doinff, the members themselves Je- eome more familiar with maps, Film strips, books, and pamphlets. The activities of tl1e Library Assistants Club in- clude checking books in and out, arranging bulle- tin boards. processing hooks, and keeping the read- ing shelves neat and in order. OFFICERS JIMMY LANGSTON ........ President DONALD Bass ........ Vice-President CHARLES WTOOTEN ........ Secretary GARY RICKER ......... Treasurer LEE HUDCENS ......... Reporter Miss BETH CLIXKSCALES ...... Sponsor Charles . . . Jimmy , . . Gary. . . Donald . . . ee , . . Miss Clinkscales 3' 99 First Row: Dorcas Cargill, ,lo Beth Hillhousc, Barbara Addis, Delores Crocker, Dewey Brown. Gwen NicCullough, Martha Parnell. Second Row: Carolyn Cheek, Betty Clark, Mary Chambers, ,lo Ann Hawkins, Frances King, Hilda Richey, Gail Reid. Third Row: Carole Harbin, Brenda McCurley, Linda Compton. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS CLUB Delores . . . Betty . . , Mary . . . Dewey . . . Eydie . . . Miss Richardson The members of the Library Assistants Club de- vote much of their free time during the school day to such interesting pastimes as signing library per- mits, shelving books, and checking periodicals and pamphlets. These self-sacrificing individuals find fun in alphabetizing cards, writing overdue notices, and collecting fines. Because of their efforts we have an efficient library. The club is a member of the State Library Club Association which holds meetings each spring and fall. The local club also has monthly meetings. 100 ARTIST LEAGUE With brushes in hand, talented girls begin their uork on the bulletin board in the niain hall. liaeh week clever ideas take form and are displayed. Themes range from Vtiashingtonis birthday to the Junior-Senior. A special hoinecoining bulletin board provided souvenirs for all the sponsors. Colorful chalk drawings on the black- board and posters for the various clubs are the isork of the Artist League also. The club's activities add both color and spirit to Hanna High. First Rnzc: Elsie Nlarehbanks, Sallie Nlorris. Sandra Stephens. Yelnia Pickens. Frances Yvel- born, Karen Jones. Susan Reed, Sara Dickson. Second Row: Nancy Rainey. Linda Buchanan. ,Xlice l.anibert. lane Ballengef. Margaret Walker. Bennie Sue Bone, Shirley Wilson. Myra Klar- tin. Linmla Epps. Third Row: Sherrill Blume. Harriet Fleish- man, Barbara Dempsey. llariee Bone. l.inda Hudson. Linda Can- up. Reece James. Georgia Kea- ton, Caroline Blonckton. Fourth Row: Lowe Davis, .lune Rattray, Ann Morrison. Sally Cosens, Nancy McConnell. Peggy Smith, Linda Lou Eaker, Frances Sum- mey. Sandra Stephens, Secretczryg Velma Pickens, Treasurerp Mrs. Ruby Grant, Sponsorg Sully Cosens, Vice-President, Reece James, President. First Row: Charlene Seigler. Nancy Kaplan. Margaret Camp- bell, Cary Grant, Robin Belcher, Ann Young, Mae Susan Crooks. Second Row: Joyce Kay. Pat Dawson, Julia Meeks, Gail Gila mer, Bebe Rarnseur, Evelyn Klan- ning. Third Row: Patty Evans. Linda Scarborough. lutly Yasile, Leveme Holconilie, Elaine Nic- Gill. Nlartha Yr-argrin, Shirley Sue White. Foufth Row: l.inda Crowe. Delores Crocker. Elaine llryant. llrencla lliilflle. lflaine. Pepper, ,lohnnie Nlartin. OFFICERS Fun I.1.Lxi,I,.xNn ..... . . Prvxiflcrzt NIARIAN NIEREUHH . . Vl.CC-l,fl'Sl-l1l?l'If ANN XYEBB ...... . . Secremry YELMA P1f:KExs ..... . . Treasurer Azltisors Mas. ISABEL Yorxe. Bliss BE'l"l'x LiAI,L'XH.tM, Nlns. RLBY GRANT. Nliss I-HIM,-x Bn.-xxui Ctxxlxcznml, NIRs. I,ol1sE Rxxxix INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB The International Relations Club has a large membership which is interested in world affairs. The Club tries to create a better understanding of other countries, their people, and their customs. At each meeting the Club has an interesting and varied pro- gram. During one of the meetings one of our own faculty members, Mrs. Miriam Gambrell, discussed her recent trip to Europe. At other times citizens of the community who have traveled abroad appear. The Club also sends a contribution to CARE each Christmas. Jimmie Alewine Judy Alewine Joanne Ashley Evelyn Aspray Angela Bagwell Jane Ballenger Mary Price Beckman Barbara Bolt Betty Brock Judith Ann Brooks Judith Annette Brooks Dewey Brown Dodie Brown June Brown Jean Brown Lynn Brown Elaine Bryant Marcia Bryant Linda Bryant Carolyn Buchanan liinda Buchanan Linda Buck Naney Burgess l,inda Bums Sherrill Busby Sylvia Calyo Judy Campbell Margaret Campbell Miriam Campbell Nancy Campbell Doreas Cargill Barbara Charping Dixie Chastain Carolyn Cheek Patrieia Chureh Betty Clarke Faye Cleveland .Xlice Cobb Pegvy liole ,.' s Mary .lean Collins Linda Compton Gloria Cooley Donna Cox Mary Crenshaw Sonja Crocker Joyce Cromer Mae Snsan Crooks l.inda Crowe Nancy Crowe Gloria Culbertson Nancy Dayis Eleanor Dean Mary Eleanor Dempsey Mary Eleanor Dickson Andrea Dillard Carole Dowis Marsha Ducworth Jackie Earle Theresa Edmonds Judy Edwards Ann Elgin Sydney Elmore Martha Embler Barbara Evans Patty Evans Catherine Findlcy Harriet Fleishman Frances Fowler l.inda Gaffney Judy Gambrell Gail Gilmer Joyce Gilreath Geraldine Gipson Janice Givens .lean Grant Mary Grant June Greenway Nanrie Guest Brenda Hanks Shirley Ann llanyey Carole Harbin Brenda Hayes l,aura Heggood .lean Hill Gaynell Hilley Judy Hillhouse Judy Holbrook .inn Hays Holcombe l.inda Holliday Judy Hopkins Frances Human Winkie Hutto Brenda lyester Bef-se James Peggy Johnston Elaine Jones Karen Jones Carolyn Julian ,loyee Kay .ludy King Nlary :Xnn King: Judy Lacey ilice Lambert Candy Leinfelder Dorothy Leverette l.inda Lloyd linda Locke Joyce Lovingood Barbara Manning Barbara AX. Manning Evelyn Manning Doris Martin Mary Ann Martin Loretta Massey Xnsley Masters Bonnie Meeks Marian Meredith Barbara Mitchell Bebeeca Mitt-hell linda Moon 'Xlycia Moore Frances Moore Gloria Moorehead Elaine Morris .Xnn Morrison Nlartha Morrow Mary Moseley Patsy Motes Jean Munn inn Mcklister Naney Mefilister Charlynn MeCoy Gwen McCullough Kay McKee lrene Melmod Bebeeca Meli bite Erankie Nelson liinda Norton Nlary ,inn Uiliarr Nancy Osteen lfdit- Parker llilda Payne Sue Payne Xelma Pickens Xngula Ponder inn Powell Faye Powell Carolyn Price Xaney Rainey Eleanor Rankin Cynthia Rc-aber linda Reeves l.oi'etta Rhoads Hilda Bichey lb-fwy Rochester Linda Rogers Linda Rumsey Sara Sortain Shelby Saylo.s 1113 Linda Scarborough Margaret Thompson Jacque Sears Linda Seawright Sheila Seigler Margaret Shaw Suzanne Shaw Rosalind Siegel .Xnnette Smith Geraldine Smith Patsy Sosby Nancy Todd Dixie Turpen Pat Yandiver Margaret Walker Pat Walters Ann lvebb Claudette Welborn Susan Welch Patsy Westmoreland Camellia Stafford Colleen Wheeler Sandra Stephens Shirley Wilson Sandra Stevenson Linda Wolff Carolyn Strickland Angela Woodcock Mrs. Rankin discusses Western Exploration with a group f IRC Club members. First Row: Eleanor Rankin. Faye Cleveland. Myra Martin, Julia Meeks. Pat Dawson, Libbus McGraw. Frances Welbom, Nancy Smith, Jane Ballenger, Pattie Evans, Carolyn Eskew. Second Row: Harriett Evans. Linda Ann Hawkins, Susan Bannister. Linda Gaffney. Nancy Rainey, Elsie Marchbanks, Johnnie Martin, Jo Beth Jackson, Linda Hudson. Frances Summey, Nancy McConnell. Linda Canup. Claire Chreitzberg. Lowe Davis. Third Row: Carol McKinley, Shirley Jordan, Barbara Brown, Brenda licGurley, Becky Allen, Alice Jones, Nancy Campbell, Peggy Rochester. Elaine Morris, Brenda Hayes, Kay McKee, Phylis Blanchett, Martha Sutton, Janice Givens. Fourth Row: Colleen Wheeler, Shirley Pilgrim. Kayle Burris. Frances Moore, Doris Martin, Marilyn Cochran, Sandra Stephens, Ann Nlorrison. Margaret Thompson, Karen Jones, Lynn Brown. Gail Gilmer. Caroline Nlonckton, Penny Buck, Brenda Riddle. FUTURE TEACHERS OFFICERS LOWE DAVIS .... . . . President CATHERINE FINIJLEI' . . Vice-President LYNN BROWN . . . . . Secretary Nucr SMITH . . . . Treasurer Mus. GLORIA KELLY . . Sponsor The members ofthe Future Teachers Club are those brave L ...M ...L ...N cy...Mrs.KelIy . . . , ll owe Ym YM an mortals who are considering entering the profession of rising Edie Parker, Ann McAiister, Sallie Morris, Martha Embler, Dodie Brown, Beverly , - - ,- ' f - - Chastain, Mariee Bone, Frances Fowler, Nancy Osteen, Sandra Welch. early' working hard, but en-loimg the Sans actlon of teach ing young minds. Although the teachers sometimes wonder, the girls really do a lot of good. During National Educational Week the club sponsors Open House, offering the parents an oppor- tunity to meet the teachers. The main project, of course, is assisting a teacher during a free period. Very few members have been discouraged. and most have found the work a challenge which they will accept. Linder the fine leadership of Mrs. Gloria Kelly and Lowe Davis, the club has expanded and is now in both the national and the state chapters. tt. 55 First Row: Caroline Nlonckton, Sandra Stephens, Robin Maddox, Nancy Smith, Myra Nlartin. Edie Parker. Dodie Broun, Judy Powell, Dixie Chastain. Sue Ann Flint, Nancy NlcConnell. Second Row: Nlartha Sue Anderson, Judy lfclw'artls, l.inda Epps. Nancy Davis, Patricia Church, Faye Powell, Elaine Jones. Third Row: Nancy NlcCoy. Frances Fowler, .loyce Cilreath, Pat Harbin, l.inda Nun llawkins, Frances Suinniey, Barbara Brown. Fourth Row: Brenda Riddle, Nancy Osteen. llarrivt l"lf-ishman, Nlarct-lla Kirkhani, Pat Black, lfleanor Rankin. Peggy Rochester, Eathel Bowie, l,ibbus Nlcijraw, Penny Buck. Fifth Row: Sandra Walker. Sherrill Busby, Nlariev Bone. Linda Hudson, Claire Cllr:-itzbt-rg. Martha Rae Dobbins, Carol McKinley, Pat Dawson, Har- riett Evans. Bonjour! The French Club is open to all Senior French students who want to have more opportunity to bear and speak French. There are no requirements to join. This club has only a few OFFICERS meetings each semester, but the advisors try to have a French- NIYRA NIARTIN . . , , A President speaking guest at each meeting. This gives the members a DODIE BROWN ' - - -G - VlCe'PVe5Lde'lf chance to improve their own French. At one of these meetings LINDA ANN HAWKINS . . . becrelary-Treasurer - MRS' EPTING MRS. METZ ' A Sponsors we were fortunate enough to have Madame Couveneur speak to us about her recent trip to France and Belgium. MYVU- - - Dodie - - - Linda Ann - - . MVS- M971 f - - MVS- EP'i"9 Mrs. Epting watches as Marilyn Cochran and Ann Bruce record c French skit. V' .I First Row: Bobby Stovall, Jerry Bozeman. Tony Gentile, Hugh Edmonds, Marshall Littlehelcl, Sammy Draisen. Robbie Fogle, Dural Childs. Second Row: John Speer, Bob Holcombe, Randolph Chambers. Terry McMichael, William Moore, Tom Snead, Johnny Sosebee. Thifd Row: Billy Richey, Robert Cam- ble, Al Cundry, Charles Felton, Charles Stewart. Larry Buker, Harry Cochran. SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS HAIKIIX' COCIIRAN . .... . . . President HUGH l9InMoNns . . Vice-Presidemt Toivi Sivmo . . . . Secretary WILLIAM Moons . . Treasurer MR. L. A. Kmznnvc . . Sponsor First Row: Hugh . . . Hurry . . . Tom. Second row: William . . . Mr. Kitching. The object of the Science Club is to give its members a better understanding of the workings of science through experimentation. The club strives to instill in each member a permanent desire to learn more about science and to make valuable contributions to society. Enrollment in a science course is necessary for member- ship. The Science Club. which meets twice monthly with its sponsor, presents a program by which its members may improve their academic work in science and also gain a knowledge of the practical applications of science. COMMERCIAL CLUB These Vlihite Collar Cirls. soon to become the backbone of the businessmarfs world. learn through their activities in the Commercial Club to be poised, eonhdent secretaries and steno- graphers. Yes, each of these young business students will be representing her organization with the neatly and accurately typed letters she has been trained to turn out. By working together and eo-operating with one another, these girls have learned to solve the problems of living and to develop proper attitudes. The Club provides the opportunity for its members to maintain leadership and courtesy and to acquire the habit of following instructions. There is more to the Wliite Collar Cirl than just learning business tactics. Her heart warms at the thought of the joy and happiness that is brought to that sick person in the hospital at Christmas when he receives her song booklet. Also, she thrills when the toastmaster at Christmas banquets compliments her on a job well done for the place cards and song booklets she has prepared. To sum it all up, this is her jobg she likes it and wants to do it well. I First Row: Carole Dowis, Barbara - l rf 0 4 ' 1 i 44 Shirley . . . Barbara , , . Colleen . . . Elaine . , . Miss McConnell OFFICERS ICLAINI-3 Mounts .... President Cotter-:N XVIIEELER . Vice-President SHIRLEY Piuzimi . . . Secretary BARBARA Evus .... Treasurer Miss NIARY Mtgflovwett . . Sponsor First Row: Laura Bryant. lane Garrett, Xnncttc Smith, Laura llcggood, lie- lorcs Wiclinaker. 'inn Webb, Reece .lame-s. Ann Nlorrison. Secoml Row: ,lt-ssic Tiller, Colleen Wheeler, Faye Cl:-vt-land. Jackie Kinsey. Xlildred Watt, Frances Human. Third Row: Theresa Etlmontls, Nita Jones, Judy' Cailey, Carolyn Price, Carolyn Strickland. Evans, Edith Bowling. Marcia Bryant. .lean Brown. Eunice Chambers. Linda " Burns, Shelby Carey, Brenda Ivester. Second Row: Jackie Sears, Joyce Cromer, Pat Mc.-Xbee, Juanita Phillips, Eleanor Dean, Dixie Turpen, Sonja Crocker, Elaine Pepper. Jean Ballard. Third Row: Barbara Herring, Linda Romsey. Nancy Teasley, Peggy Tan- nery. Linda Purdy, Shirley Pilgrim, Georgia Keaton, Elaine Morris. l DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATICN CLUB OFFICERS Damn Bnowyx PVGSLJGNI BECKY XELSON, P ZC6 Pf6SZd6l1I Jo Aw BROOIxb TVUISUVW DE Lon ATMNN HL-910fl0'1 BRLXDA byylypogg Iublzczit llanager NIRC Ruxrw 5110f1S0f To the actlye youn f person who 1 1IltCfLitCd ID the world of people and tl"l1HUS about hun Iblalllllg offera a Chillleliglllg op portunlty It proyldeq a chance to galll a hetter underatandlng of the economrc and SOL13l llfe of hls COIHIHUHIIW The purpose of D F IS to preeent the fundamental prlnclplea and practlces of retail IllCI'Ll'lHlldlS1I1g both from the 3C3d8IT'l1L ylevwpoxnt and HQ an actual on thc, job lC3I'Illll0' experlente l pon graduatlon Ifldlllllg studenti are mll prepared to DCUIII a career for they poaaew not only 1 hrgh school dlploma but a yeara experlence Gulded tralmng IC f IX en through the Looperat on of Anderion s Becky Brenda Dewey Mrs Runlun Jo Ann De Lols merchants and the Qchool BecauQe all ysork and no play makee Jlll a ull fflrl our D E Club encourages .1 full oual program The hlghllffht oi each year IQ the annu ll Rtate lnnquet III folumhxa Flrst Row Elalne Bryant Delores Heaton Fan lnnrnmrman larolyn Brady Clenda Carlther Buln 'Nfl on Guin NIcCullough Patsy 'Nlote Ann 05 borne Second Row Llnda Heaton Joyce Burns Rebrua Snnth Phylhe Sham Carole Duncan ball luxd Mole! 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A .R ' 5, LW, My ' J- ., g , ,, , ' A ' V is ' ' W L ' -r A 2' la : in , o . 9 , G if r 'W' V , . ' J 9 . x, 5. . N 1: ' Q- , .L 1-xo Q fs y . 14- A . 6 X., A 9 y r W , V 4, w , ,S jf n ' -N ' x ' X' Q A A Y I ,r r .. I , . , A A , , t ' l ' A V M. wx... , A. ,M.v, :Q f v , . ' " Q' E' 'A' H'-4 J- 1-YM- Wir V, -.,w,,t , , X L It -VQ+i!yy,wjgfy , K V y OFFICERS Loma DAVIS . . .... . . President FRANCES BIARTIN . . Vice-President LIBBUS NICCRAW . . . . Secretary BEBE RAMSEUR .... . Treasurer i Nliss GLADYS CROMER . . Advisor N- 254. Fzrst Row: Barlmara Brown. Peggy Smith. Nancy Rainey, Jane Ballenger, Libbus McCraw Harriett Evans Second Row Margie Smith Linda Canup Kay Nlcliee B4-lw Hamseur. Lowe Davis. Barbara Dempsey, lrene McLeod, Julia Meek Pathel Bowie Nlartha Rae Dobbins Nlyra 'Nlartm Ann Morrison Third Row: Nancy Nlcflonnell. Nancy Osteen, Frances Nlartin, Susan Bannister linda lou lzakcr Nliss Cromer Sally Co ens Robin Maddox Linda Hudson Lindo Lou Esker and Sally Cosens present o Christmas skit DRAMATICS CLUB MGod conceived the world, that was poetryg He formed it, that was sculptureg He colored it. that was paintingg He peopled it with living beings, that was the grand, di vine, eternal drama." -Charlotte Cushman. Linder the capable leadership of Miss Cromer, the Dra- matics Club presented short skits during National Book Week and gave special programs for other clubs and church groups. 's D.,....- Dan, James, Mr. Pittman, Buddy, Robert, Charles, Mr. Vaughn TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL CLUB OFFICERS DAN HOLBROOKS ..... . . Presirlenl JAMES ADAMS . . . Vice-President BUDDY ARNOLD . . Secretary ROBERT VAUGHN ..... . Treasurer CHARLES BENNETT ..... . Reporter NIR. YAUGHN and Mu. PITTMAN . . Sponsors The T and I Club obtains its name from the division of Vocational Education from which it draws its member- ship--Trades and Industries. The Club, organized in 1950, has as its purpose to build leaders in the field of trade and industry, to inculeate in its members a high regard for honest labor, and to nurture an appreciation for sterling workmanship. Throughout the year members are actively engaged in worthy projects for the benefit of the school and the com- munity. First Row: Tommy Cleveland, Donnie Barton, Horace Cole, Charles Bennett, Jimmy Rhodes. Steve Gunter, Billy Bost. Second W' Row: James Powell, James Har- bin, Wallace Cleveland, Wayne My Henson, David Bradberry. Jimmy Edmonds, Donnie Richardson, James Adams. Joe Bridges. Third Row: Raymond Burroughs. Bob- W by Dickson, Jesse Farrow, Boyd Callenback, Jimmy White. Wil- liam hloates, Robert Vaughn. Buddy Arnold. Fourth Row: James Shirley, David Carlton, Harold Carnes. John Kilgore, Dan Holbrooks. Darrel Parm, Johnny YleClure, Kenneth Bailey, Harold Walters. Willis Cole, Thomas Payne, Calvin Heaton. George Tucker, Jimmy More- land. Bobby . , . Mr. Pittman . . . Jimmy 1.5 1 ..., 5- nun I Q ilk g John . . . Mr. Pittman . . . Boyd ,,.,,'1 HI-Y CLUB OFFICERS Dow COLE-IT . . . . . . President JOHN SPI-ll-IR . . Vice-President W.-im: PONDER . - . Secretory' JOHN HUNT . . . Treasurer CLIFF XVATT . . . . Chaplain JIMMY KAY . . . . Sergeant-at-Arms NIR. P1-:NDERGRAFT . .... Sponsor Hi-Y is a voluntary cluh for boys in the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades. sponsored hy the Young NlCIl,S Christian Association. Meetings are held twice a month at the YMCA, at which time there is a business meeting and a recreation period. The Hi-Y movement. which is international, emphasizes Christian principles. lt is interdenominational in character and democratic in practice. The Hi-Y purpose is uto create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian characterfi The four goals of the Hi-Y programs are clean speech. clean sportsmanship. clean scholarship, and clean living. IYK' f I . 1 - be -ixltk First Rozc: .lohn . . . Wade , . . John . . . Dow Second R0ll'I Cliff . . . Hr. Pe-ntlergraft .... I immy First Row: Cliff Watt. Nlarion Clark. Bohhy Dye, Dow Colet, Roger Chastain. Billy Dunlap. Tommy Rohr-rts. liohhy Garrison. John Hunt. Wadi lonrler Second Row: Franky Stevenson. Terry Hawkins, Kenneth Moorhead, Harry Cochran. ,lohn Speer. Jimmy Kay. Yester Thrasher. Hugh Edmonds Dural Childs, Carlos Coppage. Nlilton Dickson. 5 Miss McCown . , . Mary Helen . , . Sherrill . . . Dodie . . . Nancy First Row: Nancy McCoy, Doclie Brown, Harriett Evans. Second Row: Sherrill Busby, Joyce Kay, Nancy McAlister, Mary Helen Coleman. Peggy . . . Mary Eleanor . . . Janice . . . Susan . . . Mary Ann . . . Mrs. Hurfo BoHy Rufh . . . Mary Earle . . . Sandra . . . Rosiland . . . Jackie Xxx. Ftrs! Ron Lou Craxton loanne X hlev Frances Nlartln lrenl Nlelseorl Flame llllIl0I'f fall flllIl4"Y' xXrll'llxN Hutto Shella Selaler Susan liannlster Sara IJ lll on Xnn Hay H lrornln X n lll lll r Path lwan Jan Stott Xllce Lalnllfrt luerne H0lC0llll!4 lane Nlclsee e gefonll Row Belle Ramscul' lxnn NIL! ow Wlllle Nlae Stuart llntla lloytl Shlrlsv Xxllllf' Ray NlcKLe Barbara Bolt lo llfth lllllllflll 1 Sherrlll Blume ball Roberts Llncla Buthanan TRI HI Y Trl H1 Y IQ a Cl1I'1Sl13Il OI'0'3Il1Z3tlOIl Wflflilllg mth the schools lllelnbershlp ls open to all glrls who ITL Wllllllg to upholfl the Clulm s stflnclircls lho Lllllfl dull IS folnposetl of Sophomores UIHOTQ and Senlors VvOI'lClllg., together for thx same goal The 0l1JfLllXCS of Trl H1 Y are explalnul lll the PUIPOQK and platform Purpose 'lo create, ITl'1llllEllll and extcnfl throughout the shlp clean l1V1I10' Nlueh ls galned from the well prepared programs, the SCTVILC PIU-101 ts lllll the lllSllll'll.l0Il servlle One of the projects en loyal most I9 the QOfl'llS at the Y after the football games The lllgllllgllt of llelnff a memher of Trl H1 Y 15 the oppor tunlty to 'lttencl me Blue Rldge COHNCHUOD ln Black Wlountaln homes, school and COITlI'I1l1Illly hlgh standards of Character Platform Clean speech glean sportsmanshlp clean scholar lNorth Carollna Fzrvt R010 Helen Kln ,llllla llaxwrll lYHllll'l Xllllvkdlll fllarlerle Qelgler P311 Hank lrrne lamf on Seroml R011 llalnm Nlcf lll Pat Xttaway Bar hara Klng lionnle Nlrek 'lhml Rau n llaxnle llolnn llelchzr 'Xlary iran Nlartha Suthzrlantl 'Nanu lxaplfn Nlarw bllllsple Fourth Row lumly Zillllllltll llerrf au hn nll o lilwrlv Nllllcr farolxn Nleresllth karen all T7 x 3 fi I I git .F T It 5 4 T 2 p . 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A, BUS DRIVERS CLUB JIMMY MCGILL President NED XICGILL Vice Preszdenl KENNETH WEBBER Secretary MR C F REAVIES Sponsor The purpose of the Bus DTIVBTS Club 1s to promote safety 1U the dI'1Y1Flg of our school buses Nlembers of the Club are responslble for transportlnv to and from school those students who are ellglble for such transportwtlon School bus drlxtrs are stlertfd because of thelr 'llJllllY to u e good judgment and common sense 1n bus dI'lNlIl0f Ex en ss 1th these quallfioatlons a student before he can become a bus drlx er must be able to pass the Ilgld tralnlng program requlred by the State The drners are well an are of thelr responslblllty and ws ork dlll ventls to keep an excellent safetx record Ne Jlmmy M, Recmes Safetx geruce and PHECICIICX IQ the motto of this 0lUlI'llZ'lt1OYl Fzrst Rou Donald Roberts Calvm Rlches Bob Holvombe Frank Norms James Pawne DOHHIE Rlcharclson Ravmond Burroughs Ned Mf'C1ll Jlmmy Clark James Adams Bllly Bolt lames Vvhnt Ronald Fllreath Jerry Hembree Second Row Jlmmv Nlcflll Robert Naughn Wayne Henson Kenneth -H-lin: .dr- 'Ml 114 auf fm 'S First R014 HowardCurt1 lark Hank Bllls Jordan Cars Dunn Falun Rxchey Donald Roberts Billy Fulglum Caron Lowry .Strand Row Rlchard Darratott Junmx Iianm ter Lee Crowe Dou las hugh h Tarry FBIIPN Terry lloore Illllllly Coker Jerrx Rannl ter Iawrrnm Thompson lhlrfl Row Robert Xcker Bllly Nlartxn Frankle W alter Donme Crawford Ro er W I'llIll1lI'f' Harsey Nlulll an Ronald NTCKIDHCY Nhlton 5I3.l'ltITltI e J D Whltt DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB OFFICERS Townn ROBERTS Preszdenz CH ARLEs Bono Vzce I reszdent Dum PnxE Secretary Down. Rn H mnsox Treasurer NIR Hmorn t Awxox .Sponsor The D1 ITIIJUUXC Fdumtlon Club has as lts purpose the trammg of stu dent IH flelds such as retal mg wholesale work and jobs of seruce to the publlc lt fmes the students experlence IH school thus prov1d1nH a llnk between school and occupa t1onal hfe From the tlme of 1ts m ceptlon thlg club has been a medlum of COOPCFHIIXC lI'31l'1lHg for junlors and SCIIIOIS who hold an outslde job ln the Held of dlstrlbutlon FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS ROBERT AQKER Preszdent BILIH NT-XRTIN Vzce Preszdent LARRY JEFFER ox Secretary KENNETH W EBBER Treasurer NIR CLRTIS Prwxrxrrow Sponsor I hellue m the future of farmlng mth 1 fatth horn mt of words but deeds The creed of the F FA ssmbollzes each members deslre to carry out the prlmarx arm of the organlzatlon uhlch 1 the develop ment of a rtcultural Ieadershlp co operatlon and eltlzenshlp The F F A IS an educatlonal non polltlcal nonprofit farm youth or g3I'!1Z3tIOI1 of xoluntarx membershlp deslgned to avrlrulturtl leadershlp IIIIIJTOYC farm home Ilfe and develop efheleut farm CTUZCIIS I'zrsl Rou Phxl Freeman Tommy Robert Donnie Rxrhard on Dalton loonu Kenneth Reed becond Row Conny lee Hudgtns Jrmmy Lan ton Tommx Sargent jnnms Wlutt Ilaud Payne Charle Bobo Larry Poore lamar Cromer Wir Cannon 113 1 - , X ., .gl ,n y X.. ,,",V'hx. I i, ,, I' -4' .., .r-:T y 1 K fri ,.' X In X i YI F F s 1 n u - I, 'I ' Y 7 . . J ya 50- 'ri' ' Y . . . . . . . - 9 19' ' . . . Q A . ' . Ifff, .Y . I ,J W , M . . v. . ,I L ' , . xi 37 27 V . Y . if gl. . , - . . . - , ' . 7 - - S. A ' ' . . ' . D , 2 7 , V C R 4 I. .. x ' 'J ' 'S, " S. . ,I 1' . . " ' , , ' . T rf. T' If I ' . I v' .S . T Y- g F , 4 ' 1 A fs . ,Y A - .D Q ,' 45 . - I ' X Q - H I 'f A v ' -' - ' I S - .' - 3 s - 'Q . .. .U . ,,. . . . 1. Y n n 1 ,. ' .J ' . . A .Y tw. 4 . . w , , . , A .. . . . 's ' " , 1 S . . 5 M e p O V F A' a D , E . . . " ': ' ' , S, ' " S . . ' . F - : A ' 4 Y 35 - IM - .' '- ' .' - 5 I , . ,. . . ' 1 sk X f Jlmmxe Alewlne Judy AlCXN1I'1C Vlartha Sue Anderson Fyelyn Aspray Angela Bagwell Barbara Bolt Bennle Sue Bone Marlec Bone Blame Bryant Nancy Burges Lmda Burns Dlana Callaham Lmda Campbell Judy Campbell Lmda Carlton Barbara Charpmc DIXIE Chastaln Jeane Chastaln Carolyn Cheek Brenda Clark A Faye Cley eland Jo Ann Cleyeland Allte Cobb Nlary Jean Coll1ns Donna Cox l rankle Craft Xlae Susan Crooks Nancy Crowe 'Nlolly Darb Nancy DHXI C aroly n Deanhardt Barbara Dempsey Nlar aret Edmonds There a Edmonds Nlartha Embler Harrlett Evans Patty Ey ans Harrlet Fle1shman F rances Fowler Gall Gllmer -4 Jean Grant Carolyn Grlflln Nancy Guest Brenda Hanks C arol Harbln Julla Hayn1e Jean Hlll Jo Beth Hlllhouse Judy Holbrooks Wlnky Hutto C ala James Reece Jame karen Jone Helen Jordan K arole Kay Joy ce Ann lxay Vlary Ann Klng Alnce I ambert I mda l loyd liydle I 0Ud6l"II'l1lk 11L LL. Betty Ann Long Barbara A Mannlng Dorls Nlartln Ann McAl1ster Audrey lVlcCown C harlynn McCoy Plame lVIcG1ll Lmda Vlcl..esky Judy Mlnyard Barbara lVl1tchell lrances Nloore Clorla Nloorehead Nlartha Nlorrow Jean Nlunn Nlary -Xnn O Barr Garlce Ann Peek Llnda Poole An ela Ponder Shelby Powell Eleanor Rankln ..-.-.- ,MH Cy nthla Beaber Hllda Rlchey Judy Rlchey Lmda Rogers Sarah Sartam l mda Scarborough Llnda Seaw rlght Shella Selgler Ceraldme Smlth NIHIJOIIC Smlth Nancy Sm1th Nlargaret Thomp on Nlar aret Walker Sandra Walker Claudette W elborn Susan Welch Patsy W estmoreland Shlrley Wllson Nancy Ann VIcAl1ster Sandra Welsh V . I . . T N . Y T . A . . . . I Y J 'I 1 . , . i . 11. x . Y A . , , 'x I v 1 L , Av .3 7: . I I I , ' s A ' 'S ' ' ' 1 ' , .f ' s 1 . . s ' 0' 7 5 A A ' A of A ' D D S - r . . , f . A r Al JL . . , . Q 1 U , , .. . 7 Y - - V 7 r , BJ gr ' ' J , 1 mv Y ' . J A ., . A 4 J A S ALLIED YOUTH OFFICERS JLDY CAMPBELL Preszdenz BARBARA DEMPSEH HARRIETT EVANS Secretary BARBARA BOLT Treasurer Miss MCGUKIN Sponsor Vzce President UOI1 for high school students lts aim 14 to gne the facts about alcohol to teenagers, and help relleve soclal pressures for drink 1n Allied Youth offers Facts about alcohol unemotionally presented un without dI'lIllilllU Friendship that eases social pressure for drlnklng Personality growth and dew elopment of lnner resources to meet tensions of modern llfe Barbara Harriett Miss McGukln Judy Barbara Allied Youth members pack c box to send to CARE 111 Allied Youth is an educational organiza- . gu I F . . . " ' ' D. 1 'K OFFICERS I KENNETH BAILEY . . . H.-XRfJLD VVALTERS . . CHARLES ALLEN . CHARLE5 BRYANT . HASKELL TUCKER . MR. YAIIGHN . . FLYING SHUTTLE CLUB . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . Reporter . Sponsor First Row: Charles Bryant, Charles Allen. Second Row: Kenneth Bihbs, Haskell Tucker, Richard Cromer, James McCurley, Steve Gunter. Third Row. Gene Gillispie, John Payne, Ted Kinley, Jerry Jones, James Rhodes, Wallace Cleveland, Jim Moreland. Fourth Row: Kenneth Bailey, John Graham, Robert Vaughn, Ernest McConnell, Stanley Whitfield, Harold Walters. v x 1 JJ , A 51. ,V 5 . if Q' I Q X M gf F 'Q X .' ,Z 9 J ,aft X2 : Q-Ama M fy., mfr" . MX' , A4 .wx M sf Q. 4 W F' I , k- ' ' N' I wx- ' . , X .gt " Y xl o QL f A l k g 'L ki 'TQ SK 5 A , sfv.-w K y 1 ,V iz 'f . ' ,gg Lf- , 3. . . MMV., Q3 si 4' ,. H wk?"-'g"2W-, 5. . Lf. ?kk2YX-'iii-Lil? -"':' if , 1A9JfifUfgff . we 2 Q 4.Q?.:ASXi 524 3 f A f,, . lp A . f 75 1 If f l MLW can 'Q MF- In I Q? 1 ,l!..,,.4 - h.-3? ' X wV .. X' tts- , , ,.f33"' ff ,uf L.. :asa f A+ 5- fe- ' 1 v v I ,Q .W .fi 'Q 5 f 'K f Qr' .QQ I. X 'M I .'. uuwkx , " Q yd 5 Hp ,.,--"""M -X . :I 1 ,nn off ggwbx ,.1" FUTURE NURSES OFFICERS REBECCA MITCZIIELI, ...... . . President JOYCE Lovnweoon . . Vice-President ANNE CROWE . . . . Secretary PATRICIA NEIL . . Treasurer MRS. GAMBRELL . . Sponsor The Future Nurses Club is made up of girls who are in- terested in becoming nurses and who plan to enter nursing schools upon graduation from high school. The club seeks to give its members some idea of the varied iields in nursing open to young girls. The club helps the girls understand what is expected of them when they enter nursing and the Courses they should take in high school to prepare themselves for nursing school. First Row Patsy Sosby Cloria Coolu Hrbuca Xl4Wl"ItI linala 'Vivon Var aret Edniomls. Pa! llarbin. lic-bevra Mitchell, Diane Parker, Martha Darby Barbara Nlanmng Patsy NY estrnorelansl Nlr tamlm ll UFIUYIII Ron Frances Moore, Gaym-ll Hilley. Patty Chamblee. Martha Sutherland, Patricia Nell Btttv Nh! lain Barbara Mlcli l'lll3l'JPil1 lain: Dona Car Ill lifttx Jo Nalley. Thin! Rnzv: Nancy llnbbard, Helen Culbertson. Shirley Partain, Juanita Lelsroy Nlalba ,le ter llrenda Walker Linda Fan Xcltli on blmmlalt Daniel Kathy Hopkins. Fourth Row: Mary Jameson, Mary Tilley, Delores Crocker a Stewenson -Xnnle Ruth Rice Frames lxmg Rnnr Crow Rebetca Smith Dona Aeker, Linda Stamps, Barbara Wild. BLOCK HA" CLUB The Block "Aw Club is dedicated to the recognition of outstanding athletes. Its main objective is to teach leader- ship. To become a member of the Block HA" Club and re- ceive the coveted letter. a boy must meet certain rigid re- quirements. The Block "Aw proudly worn by members of the Club symbolizes hours of diligent work and signifies that the member has been an outstanding participant in one of the major sports. OFFICERS BILLY MARTIN . . . . . President JIMMY MCGILL . Vice-President DALE HUNTER . . Secretary BILL CARLISLE . Treasurer MR. Bots PATTON . Sponsor L Na ii., Mr. Patton . . . Billy . . . Dale . . . Jimmy . . . Bi First Row: Dickie Drew. Penny Sullivan. Bill Carlisle, Billy Martin. Dale Hunter, Carre-tt Nation. Dean Finvlley. Dow Colet, Second Row: Jimmy Brannon Franklin Ross. Billy Dillard. Ronnie Burriss, Roger Chastain, Tommy Ellis. Jackie Seam-ll. Johnny Martin. Third Row: Stan Keaton, Hike Burts Jimmy McGill, Billy Dunlap, Roger Cettys. Carroll Brown, Coach Patton. J Q5 v ALMA MATER RISIIIQQ mldst the golden cornfields Grandly to the VICW Reaches our dear Alma Mater Proudly to the blue For our love dear Alma Mater Tlme can ne er destroy We wlll ever slng thy PIHISCS Chorus Swell the chorus ever louder Full of cheer and joy Hall to thee our Alma Mater Dear Old Anderson Hlgh 122 Dear Old Anderson High. FOOTBALL BASKETBALL BASEBALL TRACK TENNIS GOLF SPORTS .1 FOOTBALL The fall of lfh ls one that wlll lone be remembered IH the hearts and nnnds of Andersomans students and adults ahke for that was when the State AAA Football Champlon shlp was copped by a llllglltt Yellow Jacket team D1 plaslng trcmcnduus lJOIClltl3l from the be lflfllllg the team under the lhle leadership of Head Coach Bob Patton and AQQISIHIH, toach llwane Morrison developed Into a powerful football machme the hke of whlch has newer been known 1n the annals of Anderson Hlgh School Rolllng along 1ts way to the State thamplonshlp th1s formldable ma chlne crushed the hopes of many another Hne team as lt knocked sexeral of them from the ranks of the undefeated On Thanks lung 'afternoon pandemonlum raged through out the team student body and fans as the feehng of glory that comes only through well earned vlctory was prexalent among them An Anderson Hlgh School team had just won IIS final ame and by o dolng had emerged as the only undefeated team ln xts class For that one moment lt was proud owner of exerythln xt surveyed How was lt done through team play and fme sports manshlp the mark of real ch lmps Phl S l J k Se ll F kr Walters Ansel 'Nloore Cary Spake ,lohnny lhICCl8lIl lhlClVll'l Fletcher Second Row gll1:lSfnRtl5Il'2anr?dl:rll3bvyEldlil1 Fralnk lllgsgmlgogellcflha ta2lhlPDearlal?1ntllley Bllly Nlartm Bllly Dlllard Roger Cettys Baylls Maxwell Mlke Addlson Third R yMae Walters CCC1l Huey Rudolph Burroughs Alike Spake Nllke Burts Bllly Abrams Garrett NKIIOH Lorky Fllnt .lrm Jackson Fourth Row Build Whrtten Dale Hunter Jerry Bolt Ronnie BUITIQS Charles Snuth ,lnnmy 'NlcG1ll Blll Carh le Stan Keaton Tommy Elhs ,llmmy Kay Steve Carllsle Doug Collms Bud Epps 174 ,U . V. . . ll . C 5. L A L ui' u. x. . . Y s ' ' , g , . , Z L .t . t , . v s . . . . A n ' xg. 7. L . - l a K 1 , ' g I S ' f Cocch Dwcvne Morrison . . . Coach Bob Patton . . , . , U , ,, e . - m g E . - , N , ' ' q ' ' q 'l , A A , ' , . , ' . I . q . ' S ' Q ' "v A , Y , ,, 1 ' , 1 , A a . , . , , . s . . . , ' W .,, . ., ,, . . .I Z A v lv . ' I ' , q ' 4 'M , , , 1 , 5 1 1 1 1 1 , . T 1 1 1' T For outstandln 1nd1v1dual play the followlng trophy presentatlons were made at the Annual Awards Banquet sponsored by the Yellow Jacket Boosters Club Most lm proved Jlm Jackson Most Valuable Back Stan Keaton Hardest Wolker Rogers Gettvs Sportsmanshlp Dean Flndley Most Valuable Llneman Blll Carllsle Most Val uable Substltute Phll Slngleton Best Blocker Bllly Mar tln Most Valuable Player Tommy Fllls and Most Val uable Lunch Bowl Back Garrett NHt10H Flndley also made Honorable MCHIIOH on the H S A A Team QQ? 7 we ivsili Jiumlreikbccs umm L nt pi H964 like-mllzd X SX-xxkfbixkitxamf Nd glglzlmm MCL Anderson Ander on Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Ander Anderson Ander on VARSITY SCORES Abb6V1llC Hartwell Greer Creem llle Rock H111 Parker Easley Gaffney Alken Spartanbur Greenw ood msd.. MHflWjf9wsNXf3NsllNwacfNQKg 170 afretwwgl we The run ho won The championship. Fullbuck Garret Nu ion scores the winning . 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BAYLIS MAXWELL ROGERS GETTYS GARY SPAKE RANNON LV" NN' x QV' r Ah' AIU f 1' ' flr'J'f' .IL " -'XY I N , IOIUI 4 V BUD WHITTEN JIM MCGILL BILL CARLISLE I . JERRY BOLT L Q, ,.. ' 'UZ' S VIQQM, I.. V. , f x5"'f. N , . XSUV ,if I ,uf A VA V s . ,IWWQQYM ,pf s V A M I 0 f. P , E f 1 mvaww V ' fp 4 W' ' ' in .. V 'L X! , - , 'P lu... X fa , I wf '- .4 1 gk f ' ' 'ya . 1' A N. ,, ,wh , . i Q f' ,A -V I A 32,5 23545,-.eiwk x A 5 - P 6 4 . -K ,u 1. K H ,, , .- .,. . I 'X ' , t .,3,,,. v4-g ' .. ' ,- C ' . ' V vi Y - , . x 1 K , . I .5 X 'X B' Don'f jus? lie there son, do push ups. Q -. ,,...-e' MIKE BURTS FRANKIE WALTERS DALE HUNTER ROGER CHASTAIN RONNIE surzmss BUDDY EPPS STAN KEATON BILLY MARTIN W, 1, C7 -'v Lv' vmzwwlvvws. o ' Tfwrs-wifi. - ,A 'jk -A Wfgy. Vg. ."'?f' an-'swan-.- vnnp... .M , g.rf,,,..,MW A - - ,',2!,,,'Lif1 N ' :frm , , ig -we 4- , 1 1 -Nw, ,vvm-away f-If Q N , 1 ,.,,,M....,., ,, r C.. 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I . f. ,Jr G M.v.:,V.'j,.,:,,, V .1 Ast mf, ' , N. ,,,. - 3 , gy 1.5 Mfr fu f V , . ff , 4 e Stuart Knobel, Margaret Thompson, Tommy Roberts, Sandra Stephens, Marion Clark, Linda Canup, Allen Hare, Mary Grant. rffafllfj CHEERLEADERS To build up school spirit and there- by boost the teamls morale is the sole purpose of our cheerleaders. The en- thusiasm of a spirited crowd goes far in contributing to the success of any team, and it is the responsibility of the cheerleaders to fan this enthusiasm to its climax and keep it there through- out the sporting event. Besides being on hand at football games to lead the crowd in yells, the cheerleaders perform equally impor- tant tasks of conducting pep rallies at both schools and on the City Square and decorating the field prior to home games. Certainly the sporting events at which the cheerleaders function would not be nearly so colorful were it not for their presence and performance. Their importance to the school cannot be underestimated. fALLEN HARE MARGARET THOMPSON STUART KNOBEL MARY GRANT BASEBALL Culminating the cycle ol spring sports was "America's Favorite Pastimef haselmall. Anderson High has always fielded a team that fights, hustles, and scraps until the last man is out. This year's team was no exception. The boys played splendid ball and at all times were in there fighting with all they had. The inhelcl was one of the smoothest in many years, and the outheld was composed of fleet hallhawks with plenty of power at the hat. The battery worked together with a smoothness that is a must for a team to function prop- erly. Vllhen the end of the season rolletl around, the Jackets hail rung up an impressive record. Although not victorious in all their contests, the memliers ol' the squad put away their equip- B 0 : P" 2 :J :- .. 'J' CD U7 CD 2 C "1 Q.. U, G3 C T :JE E . ,.. :- CC - . "1 FD E i 1 .. 9' E It f 1 ' i U' Lf ff ' .ian Q O . 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I TRACK The track men of Anderson Hlgh School are those boys who have the grlt, stamlna, and mll to run and Wm for the honor of thelr school A keen sense of C0mpCl1tl0H and sp1r1t of sportsmanshlp character 1ZCd the team The track team has posted a rec ord that they can w ell he proud of The dashmen were some of the fast est 111 the state and demonstrated thls 1n the fine Way they won ll1C1I' races The dlscus, pole vault, and the shot put were all 1n good hands gn' '4- Don' look 50 IOYOUS S700 The WIN ISN? YOUYS Yell Roger Get1ys Jacket track man shows wlnnlng shotput form 1141 MARION CLARK TENNIS Three lettermen returned to the line-up this past season to add to the striking power of the team. Hopes and ex- pectations at the beginning of the season were high. The team was young and willing. Their training was excellent, their performance good. JACKIE SEAWELL .v , yew.. id Y K K i f 1 in ji ii i " if 'Q ag' f ' a , .Qi x ff' A. , . A 4 1 I . V. u K l 1 1 .A-Lu M i I CARROLL BROWN Jackie Seawell, Billy Dillard, David Wakefield GOLF L'Forel" was the familiar call of our fairway friends in their fourth year of activity. Since Anderson High Schools newest sport, golf, was introduced to our sports program four years ago, it has gained everyone's approval. A good coach, team determination, and sportsmanship were factors in giving our school a golf team whose record shall challenge the best of teams to come. Irll never make af' .4 She flles through the our with the greatest of ease -or does she? HANNA HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS Ground Qtlelw ground Qtlclxs, ground SIlf'lCS Vi HA'Nl'Hoelxq mn Qeem lllllgll at hr t hut a- the glrle lCdII1 to plu thew enjow lllli fd-t IUONIIIU Dame Some may get .1 lmk on the head or lJI'LllS6Ll Nhmk hut 1t 2 all IH the game The welther llfllllllfw Loolex mal thf student b H1 to magler the lllCl00l spoltw relax laces, o incek, C'clll'sfll6llll hu c honcl, and nw Jong The h1 hllffht of the mnter months IS mtramural has g C Whlch are the legs and whxch are the stacks? Bam? ' 3 , M3 5 1 N X f . My x V L 'L KW U" ' A Q 4' M 4' 0 ' A , , Q vs , Mn , f. go s . ' wg 4' 1 I 0 4 ,1,,..K 42, z 4' f . A ' ' , W ., w - 4' , 1, Q 'Y' . ', 1' 4 ff, 93 Yf,,x,7se11uie4. g1f'sJQ1F5f Q as .3 ketlmll ganies. ln the hnal play-oil the txso tennis meet with determination. what a guniel One, two, three. youire outl Spring is here antl once again the girls are on the field with thoughts turned to softball. The shrielis and yells of "Catch that ball! You are out!" Physical Pillliilllilll at Hanna High Sc-hool tenvlies us new skills nnml develops co-ortliiuitioii, grave, nncl poise. Tired blood? Patsy Motes Corey Nell Helms Nancy Campbell Sandro Stephens Linda Ccnup Eothel Bowne Julia Meeks Pat Dawson Mary Grunt Frances Martin Margaret Thompson Bebe Ram seur Lynn McCoy Pot Block wearers of the A Vick: produces for the tennis team? We knew Dodle was hanging around here somewhere !,:.s:fA1:' vi I fl JH s .,.-:af 4--M A-418 A1 4f.a,pikg,, 1' A wk! at f-ff' f W.-2' xt im? ci ,s 4 ...Z PM I 2 HOMECOMING HtJIHCCOHl1Ilg IQ alwavs .1 very Qpeclal day but thls yeal ltq duma and excltement were filled with far more S1gIllflL3.IlC6 than ordl Ildflly for we were deQt1ned to be state champs At two ocloclt all of ue converged upon lVlc'Cants Stadlum for the largeet, love llest, and beet of all CGTCYHOIIICQ Deborah Ruhle Qang heautlfully Mr Red Canup amused and plc-aged uQ as he pra1Qed the real heloes our team Dean preqlded wlth hle usual ealmness and Julia, the esqence of what every queen Qhould be, lelgned Wltll beauty and dlglllty The day was clxmaxed trlum phantly as we elobbered Eaeley 158 If-'tg , f -J lg- My "'.. 4 ,, L ' . Q b ,. si, ,.,,N,,M,M G . .. X vv . - .. I , : . Q , .t ,, A N . 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H i?f?,f f f wb My as vi- 4, ' N. 1' NROTC Finalists: Wade Ponder, Bennett Atkinson .- VV' ,wr President of State Library Assistants Club-Hilda Richey State Board Member of Future Nurses Club'-Rebecca Mitchell Representatives to Boys' and Girls' State: Roger Gettys, John Speer, Henry Sullivan, Nancy Smith, Billy Martin, Julia Meeks, Roger Chastain, Stan Keaton. 140 Lt. Governor of 9th District of Key Club International Baylis Maxwell Mary Eleanor Dickenson, board member of Interstate Tri-Hi-Y, and Marion Clark, member of lnfersla1e Hi-Y Council Julia Meeks, Miss Hi Miss v I 1 A Harrie? Fleishman and Frances Summey, semi-finalists of National Meri? Scholarship. CITATIONS we nv., nm STATE MENTAL CONTEST WINNERS Frank Warder, Harriet Fle-ishman, Linda Hudson, Martha Rae Dobbins, Milford Rogers, Janice Givens, Sally Cosens, Bebe Ramseur, Linda Lou Eaker, Gary Lawrence. 141 1','1ke ft Pb 1 ,1u11i111's 111111 1111111110 1111'1-- sc-u1'1'yi11g 111111111 111 21 512110 111' 111i111 IJill1l1'. il 1'111'1y 111101 111111111 111111 W11ll1l1Il-1 stay 1111. fi Elll 51111111 111111111 111111 111-111 111'1-11ki11g. il 1111111111 s1111's 111 111- 111 illll " '1 11's " 1 i ' - ls se111111s U 1 Us 11 1111911 111111 11111 ll s 11 ll 1 1 ff 1 If 1 1 1 U11 - 1 11 1 ff 11 11 1 1111 1 s 1 1 1 llXd11llg I9 1111 1 1111., . Q 11" SENICDR 1111' 11i11Il'f'4 111' 1111011 ge-11era1i1111,f1'11111 111e graCef111 waltzes 111 11111 11111e-11e1111n1 1111ys 1111'1111g11 11111 rock .Ili r1111 of the "F111111l1111s Fifties..- : 5 11lf m11.'i1f 5111.115 1lrif1e11 11111 11ver 1116 1111111fe Hoof, 1 111e 111- tl 1111 V as i1 swished past Siilill. The 1 111111 111 1 1 11, 11r1111i11s, roses, 211111 1r111'11111i0nS 11111 , 51111151 it wi111 1111 i11visil1111 1'111u11 1 111111111111 111111 e111'11 111 us W0ll1l1 keep i11 11111 111'e11n1s 1111 111 3111 11111 Il 1 11111 S111111 i1 was over, 11v1-ry1111e said 1111 1 I-Idxl 1111111111 All Nighlfv Fabulous Fifiies-Billy Wells, Julia Meeks, Lem Terry, Brenda Riddle, Johnny Marvin, Pa? Dawson. 11 it 2 1 'Q MARTHA RAE DOBBINS BILLY MARTIN Y ,--Q HARRIET FLEISHMAN KOSMO TATALIAS THE FOUR HONOR GRADUATE COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS The time has come! Twelve years have flown lay. Now we are on the verge of leaving the aetivities and sur- roundings that we have come to love-our wonderful fac- ulty, and our dear old buildings through which so many classes have passed. Although these will he missed for a while, they will soon be replaced by the at-tivities of vol- lege, or work, or marriage. But there are somethings that will always he near and dear to our hearts. There is noth- ing that can sever the bonds of love and fellowship that hold us together. There is nothing that can destroy the happy memories of our high school days. There is noth- ing whieh ean replaee what we have felt and experieneed during these last few years. So as we approach graduation, we have a feeling ol' half joy. half regret. Some will he glad that the struggle is over. Some will welcome it as a challenge ol' the lu- ture. Yet eaeh one ol' the class of l959 will he sad at aetually passing fvrorn high sehool forever, hut we realize that as we don our eaps and gowns, we must turn our hacks upon these memories and step out upon the stage of life. Panfalon-points, which the doll, held by the girl at the left, is wearing. TO COMPLETE THE FILE 1. For the first time in the history of Anderson Schools outstripped by their charges in recalling the French an experimental group of pupils of the elementary Word. May we interpret this as an indication of the grades is being offered an opportunity to learn a success ofthe program? foreign language on after-school time. These young- Wheri the picture of our board of trustees was made, sters are learning to speak French. Teachers are it Was impossible for three of the members to be members of the Societe Honoraire de Francais. Ru- present. Certainly our files would he incomplete mor has it that often the Hanna High students are without pictures of these three faithful gentlemen. :An H. G. Anderson is cm businessman and c Mr. Claude Dixon is a pharmacist. Dr. Cloud Perry is a surgeon. Urmef. We QQ SENIOR DIRECTORY ACKER ROBERT BROOKS JR FFA 3 4 Treasurer 3 Pres rdent 4 ADAMS ALYSE MAURICA Transferred from Newberry 4 ADAMS JAMES LOY F F A 2 3 T Sr I 3 4- Vrce Presrdent 4 Bus Drrvers Club 3 4 ADAMS MELBA LEE ADDIS BARBARA JEAN Future Nurses 2 3 4 JHA 2 L brary Assrstants Club 3 4 ALBERTSON F RANKIE DONALD-T 8 I Club 3 Track 4 Presr dent Of T SI I 3 ALEXANDER PRISCILLA LORETTA Commercral Club 4 Glee Club 2 J H A 2 ALLEN CHARLES EUGENE F lyrng Shuttle Club 3 4 ALLEN DANNY LEROY ANDERSON MARTHA SUE-Allred Youth 2 3 4 Secretary 3 Secretary Senror Class French Club 4- Class Edrtor Tldzngs ANDERSON ODIS HERMAN T 8 I Club 2 ARNOLD ARTHUR EUGENE-T Sr I Club 4 Glee Club 4 Varsrty Baseball 4- Track 3 Tennrs 3 4 ATKINS DELOIS ANNE Drstrrbutrve Educatron 4 JH A 2 ATKINSON CECIL BENNETT Beta Club 3 4 BABER SHARON ELIZABETH Allred Youth 2 3 Future Nurses 2 3 Glee Club 2 Internatronal Relatrons 2 3 JHA 2 BAGWELL MARIAN ANGELA Allred Youth 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 Hannasgals Staff 3 Internatronal Relatrons 2 3 4 Trr HI Y 2 BAGWELL RUBY FAYE Allred Youth 2 JHA 2 Lrbrary Asslstants Club 2 BAILEY CLYDE KENNETH Student Councrl 2 4 Flyrng Shut tleClub 3 4- TSrIClub2 3 4 BAILEY WILLIAM GENE Flyrng Shuttle Club 3 4 BALLARD NORMA JEAN Allred Youth 2 Commercral Club 4 Internatronal Relatrons 3 BARTON DOUGLAS BRADFORD- Glee Club 2 3 BASS GARY DONALD- Irbrary Assrstants Club 2 3 4- Vrce Presrdent 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 BECKMAN MARY PRICE Allred Youth 2 French Club 4 In ternatronal Relatrons 2 Trr H1 Y Z 3 BLACK PATSY ANN Allred Youth 2 Band 2 3 Block A Club 4 French Club 4 lNatIonal Honor Socretv 3 4 BIBB KENNETH ROSS-Flyrng Shuttle Club 4 BOLT WILLIAM JAMES-BUS Drrwers Club 4 BONE BENNIE SUE Allred Youth 2 3 4 Artrsts League 3 4 Clee Club 3 l Internatronal Relatron 3 Student Councrl 234 BONE EDNA MARIEE Allred Youth 2 3 -1- Artrsts League 3 4 French Club 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Internat1OnalRe latrons 2 3 Natronal Honor Socrety 3 4 Future Teach ers 3 4- BOWIE EATHEL FINDLEY Allred Youth 2 Majorette 2 3 4 Block A Club 3 4 Dramatrcs Club 3 4- French Club 4 Internatronal Relations 2 3 Student Councrl Vrce Presrdent 3 Secretary 4 Trr H1 Y 2 Who S Vllho 4 BOWLING EDITH LOUISE Commercral Club 4 Program Charr man 4 Lrbrary Assrstants Club 3 Natronal Honor SO crety 3 4 BOZEMAN JERALD DOUGIAS-Flyrng Shuttle Club 4 Band 2 BRADBERRY TED HENRY Student Councrl 4 Treasurer of Jun ror Class Hr Y 3 Yellow .lacket Staff 2 3 4 Edrtor 4 Beta Club 3 4 Track 2 BRADBERRY WILLIAM DAVID-F F A 4 T 8 I Club 3 4 BRADLEY ROSE MAREE Allred Youth 2 Internatronal Bela trons 2 BRADY NELLIE CAROLYN Drstrrbutrve Educatron 4 BROCK GRADY WILTON T Sr I Club 3 Track 4 BROOKS JUDITH ANN Internatronal Relatrons 4 BROOKS JUDY ANNETTE Internatronal Relatrons 4 BROOKS ZESSIE JO ANN Drstrrbutrve Educatron 4 J H A 2 BROWN ALICE BARBARA Allred Youth 2 Dramatrcs Club 3 4 Treasurer 3 French Club 4 Hannasgals Staff 2 3 urll Sr Scroll 3 4 Student Councrl 4 Ed1tOrInChref Tldzngs Trr HI Y 2 3 Vrce Presrdent 2 Presrdent 3 BROWN DAVID CARROLL Beta Club 3 4 Vrce Presrdent 3 Yellow jacket Staff 4 Key Club 3 4 Presrdent 4 HIY 2 Block A Club 4 Band 2 Tennrs 3 Varsrty Bas ketball 3 4 Varsrty Baseball 2 BROWN DEWEY DELLREE Allred Youth 3 Drstrrbutrxe Educa tron 4 Presrdent 4 Internatronal Relatrons 3 4 JH A 2 Lrbrary Assrstants Club 3 4 Vrce Presrdent 3 Presr dent 4 Vrce Presrdent of Anderson Oconee Lrbrary As soclatron BROWN DODIE WARFIELD-Allred Youth 2 3 4 French flub 4 V1cePreS1dent 4 Hannasgals Staff 4 Internatronal Relatrons 2 3 4 TTIHIY 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 Future Teachers 4 BROWN NORMA JEAN Commercral Club 4 Internatronal Re latrons 4 BRUCE SYLVIA ANN Allred Youth 2 3 French Club 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Internatronal Relatrons 2 3 BRYANT CHARLES OI IN Flyrng Shuttle Club 3 4 BRYANT ELAINE WELCH Allred Youth2 3 Artrsts League l- Glee Club 2 Future Teachers 3 4 Drstrrbutrve Educa tron 4 Hannasgals Staff 3 Trr HI Y 2 3 Internatronal Belatrons 3 4 BRYANT LAURA SUE Allred Youth 2 3 Artrsts League 3 4 Commercral Club 4 Future Nurses 4- Glee Club 2 3 Internatronal Relatrons 3 TIIHIY 2 Natronal Honor Socrety 3 4 BRYANT LYNDA FRANCES-CICS Club 2 3 Student Councrl 3 BRYANT MARLIA ELIZABETH Commercral Club 4 Glee Club 3 4 Lrbrary Assrstants Club 2 Internatronal Relatrons BRYSON LINDA SLE Internatronal Relatrons 4 JHA 2 LI brary Assrstants Club 4- BUCK COOPER PEARSON Allred Youth 2 French Club -1 Hannasgals Staff 2 3 Future Teachers 4 Socrete Honor arre de Francars 4 BUCHANAN CAROLYN SUE Artrsts League 3 Glee Club 2 5 4 JH A 2 Internatronal Belatrons 3 4 14:9 9 9 ' A" ' 9 9 9 ' 9 , - - 9 S ' W.. 9 9 , . 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SENICDR DIRECTORY BURNS LINDA FAYE Allled Youth 3 4 Commerclal Club 4 Internatlonal Relatlon 3 4 BURRISS JOYCE FAYE Dlstrlbutlse Educatlon 4 lnternatlonal Relatlons 4 BURROUGHS RAYMOND EUGENE Band 2 T 81 I Club 3 4 Bus Drlvers Club 3 4 BUSBY SHERRILL ANN Alhed Youth 2 3 4 French Club 4 Internatlonal R6l3t10DS 3 4 Trl H1 Y 2 3 4 VICE PICSI dent 4 BYERS LEE ALLEN lellow Jacket Staff 2 3 4 Clrculatlon Manager 4 Key Club 3 4 H1 Y 2 Varslty Football 2 Track 2 4 CALLENBACK BOYD LEE T 8 I Club 4 CAMP NATH THOMPSON Yellow Jacket Staff 2 3 4 Clrcula tlon Manager 4 Beta Club 3 Key Club 3 4 H1 Y 2 3 4 CAMPBELL JUDY ANN Allled Youth 2 3 4 Presldent 4 Majorette 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Internatlonal Relatlons 3 4 Student Counc1l3 4 WhoSWho4 Trl H1Y 2 3 4 CAMPBELL NANCX BETH Allled Youth 2 Band 2 3 4 Re porter 3 Block A Club 4 Internatlonal Relatlons 3 4 Natlonal Honor Soclety 3 4 Future Teachers 3 4 CANUP LINDA MARIE Allled Youth 2 Block A Club 4 Cheerleader 4 Artlsts League 2 3 4 Dramatlcs Club 3 4 Hannasgals Staff 2 3 4 Buslness Manager 4 Na tlonal Honor SOClCty 3 4 ulll and Scroll 3 4 Trl H1 Y 2 3 Future Teachers 3 4 International Relatlons 3 J H A 2 Future Teachers 3 CARITHERS DOROTHY RAMPEY Allred Youth 2 DISIIIDUIIVC Educatlon 4 Glee Club 2 Internatlonal Relatlons 2 CARITHERS GLENDA GAIL DISEFIDUIIVC Educatlon 4 J H A 2 CARLISLE WILLIAM MITCHELL JR Yellow Jacket Staff 2 Block A Club 3 4 Treasurer 4 Varslty Football 2 Track 2 3 4 CARLTON DAVID LIVINGSTON T and I Club 4 CARLTON ants Club 3 Glee Club 3 4 CARNES HAROLD LLOYD-T 8 I Club 3 4 Glee Club 2 4 JOHN THOVIAS Student Councll 2 Llbrary Asslst CAUDLE IDA CLARISSA DlStflbUt1VC Educatlon 4 CHAMBERS EUNICE NIARIE Cornmerclal Club 4 Internatronal Relatlons 2 Llbrary Asslstants Club 3 CHAMBERS RANDOLPH Beta Club 4 Sclence Club 3 4 CHASTAIN BEVERLY MAY Internatlonal Relatlons 3 Student Councll 4 Future Teachers 3 4 CHASTAIN DIXIE LOYCE Allled Youth 2 3 4 Presldent 3 French Club 4 Clee Club 2 3 4 Accompanlst 4 Inter natlonal Relatlons 4 CHASTAIN ROGER WILLIAM Student Councll 2 3 Beta Club 3 HIY2 3 4 Block A Club 3 4 Glee Club 3 Var Slty Football 2 3 4 Varslty Basketball 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 CHATHAM PATRICIA JUANELL Artlsts League 3 4 Commer C131 Club 4 Internatlonal Belatlons 3 CHEEK MARION LLOYD- CHILDS ALLEN DURAL HIY 3 4 Sclence Club 3 4 CHREITZBERG MARGARET ST CLAIRE Alhed Youth 2 Glee Club 2 Trl HI Y 2 3 Future Teachers 3 4 CHURCH PATRICIA ANN French Club 4 Internatlonal Rela t1OnS2 3 4 TrlH1Y2 3 CLARK MARION WARNER VICE Presldent Sophomore Class Yellous fackel Staff 3 4 Edltor ln Chlef Tldmgs 4 Beta Club 3 Key Club 3 4 Cheerleader 2 3 4 Head Cheer leader 4 HIY 3 4 VICE Presldent 3 Whos Who 4 Tennls 3 4 CLEVELAND EDNA RICHEY Commerclal Club 4 Internatlonal Relatlons 3 CLEVELAND MARY FAYE Allled Youth 3 4 Commerclal Club 4 Glee Club 2 Internatlonal Relatlons 3 4 President 4 Trl HI Y 4 Future Teachers 4 CLEVELAND WALLACE EDWARD-Flylng Shuttle Club 4 T and I Club 4 COCHRAN HARRY FRANCIS HIY 3 4 Sclence Club 4 Presl dent 4 COCHRAN lVlARlLYN MAGILL All1ed Youth 2 French Club 4 Clee Club 2 3 4 Hannasgals Staff 2 Internatlonal R IBIIOHS 2 Trl HI Y 2 Future Teachers 4 COLE WILLIS EARL T and I Club 4 COLEMAN MARY HEIEN Allled Youth 3 Qulll and Scroll 4 Llterary Edltor Tullngs 4 Trl HIY 2 3 4 Presl dent4 COLET JEFFERY DOW Beta Club 3 H1 Y 2 3 4 Presldent 4 COPE FRANCIS LAMAR JR Student Councll 2 Varslty Foot ball 3 COPPAGE CARLOS FRANCIS Yellow jacket Staff 2 H1 Y 4 CRAIN JERRY RAY CROCKER SOINJA FAHE Conlmerclal Club 4 Internatlonal Re latlons 4 J H A 2 Student Councll 4 CROMER CLAYTON LAMAR DISITIDUIIVC Educatron Club 1 CROMER JOHN NEWTON Beta Club 3 4 Bus Drlvers Club 4 CROMER JOHN SCHWARF7 Varslty Football 4 Track 4 CROMER tlonal Relatlons 4 J H A 2 JOYCE ELIZABETH Commerclal Club 4 Interna CROMER RICHARD EDWARD Flylng Shuttle Club 5 4 CROWE ELIZABETH AINN Future Nurses 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Internatlonal Relatlons 2 JHA 2 Llbrary ASSISTHIII Club 2 Future Teachers 3 CROWE NANCY DEAN Allled Youth 2 3 4 Colrlmerclal Club 4 Internatlonal Relatlons 2 3 4 Llbrary Asslstant Club 2 DAVIES HAROLD JOHN Tldlngs Stall 4 DAVIS JANE LOWE Allled Youth 2 Artlsts League 2 3 4 Dramatlcs Club 3 4 Presldent 4 French Club 4 Societe Honoralre de Francals 3 4 Glee Club 2 Harmasgals Staff 2 3 4 Internatlonal Relatlons 2 Treasurer 2 Natlonal Honor SOCICTN 3 4 Trl HIY 2 3 Treasurer 2 Future Teachers 3 4 Presldent 4 DAVIS MACKIE LEE Track 4 DAVIS NANCY JANE Allled Youth 2 4 French Club ternatlonal Relatlons 2 3 4 Trl H1 Y 3 140 1 1 S 3 - - S A S 1 Q . 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' - , . . , - 1 1 4, In 1 ' 1 3 1 ' 1 1 ' ' ' SENIOR DIRECTORY DAVISON WALTER TODD-Yellow Jacket Staff 2 3 4 Key Club 4 H1 Y 3 Sclence Club 3 Varslty Baseball 2 3 4 DAWSON PATRICIA FERRELL Alhed Youth 2 Majorette 2 3 4 Head Majorette 4 Block A Club 3 4 Artlsts League 3 4 VICE PreS1dent Jumor Class Treasurer Senlor Class French Club 4 Glee Club 2 Internatlonal Relatlons 3 Nat1onal Honor Socxety 3 4 Student Councll 2 3 4 Tr1H1 Y 2 Whos Who 4 Future Teachers 3 4 DEAN MARY ELEANOR Commerclal Club 4 Internat1onal Re latlons 3 4 JHA 2 DEMPSEY MARY ELLEN AllIed Youth 2 4 Future Nurses 2 3 4 lnternat1onal Relatlons 2 3 4 Student Councll 2 Future Teachers 3 DICKSON BOBBY THOMAS FFA 2 3 T 81 I Club 3 4 DICKSON MILTON ALEXANDER HIY 3 4 LIbrary Assnstant Club 4 DOBBINS MARTHA RAE-Allred Youth 2 3 Dramatxcs Club 3 4 French Club 4 Soc1ete Honora1re de Francals 3 4 Hannusgals Staff 3 Internatlonal Relatlons 2 3 Na t1onal Honor SOCICTY 3 4 u1ll and Scroll 3 4 Busl ness Manager Tzdmgs 4 Trl H1 Y 2 3 DODSON WAYMON EUGENE Varslty Baseball 2 Varslty Foot 2 Track 2 3 DOWIS CAROLE ANNE AllIed Youth 2 Commerclal Club 4 Internatlonal Relatlons 2 3 4 DUNCAN NANCY CAROL DlStT1.lZJUt1VC Education 4 HIY 2 3 4 Block A Club 3 4 VHTSIIY Basketball 2 3 4 DYAR DENNIS RAY DYE, ROBERT EDWARD-Yellow Jacket Staff 2 3 4 Advertls Ing Manager 4 H Y 3 4 Sc1ence Club 3 EARLE SAMUEL HAMMOND JR Yellow Jacket Staff 3 Busr ness Staff 3 LIbrary Asslstants Club 4 EAVES ALBERTJ T andl Club 3 EDMONDS HUGH BURNS JR HIY 3 4 Scnence Club 3 4 Vice Presldent 4 EDMONDS JIMMY WARREN Student Counc1l4 T andl Club EDMONDS Tl-IERESA ANN AllIed Youth 4 Commerclal Club 4 Glee Club 3 4 Hannasgals Staff 2 Internatlonal Re lations 4 J H A 2 EDWARDS JUDITH ANN AllIed Youth 2 3 French Club 4 Hannasgals Staff 3 Internatlonal Relat1onS 4 ELGIN MELANIE ANN AllIed Youth 2 3 4 Artlsts League 3 4 Future Nurses2 3 4 Internat1onalRelat1ons 2 3 4 ELLIS HAROLD THOMAS JR Block A Club 3 4 Varsrty Football 3 4 Varslty Basketball 3 4 Varslty Track 3 ELMORE SYDNEY ANN Allled Youth 2 Future Nurses 3 In tematlonal Relatlons 2 3 4 LIbrary ASSISTHHIS Club 2 ELROD SARAH MARGARET AllIed Youth 2 Future Nurses 2 Internatlonal Relatlons 2 EMBLER MARTHA JANE AllIed Youth 3 4 Internatlonal Re l8t10JlS 3 4 J H A 2 Future Teachers 4 EPPS LINDA ANNELLE AllIed Youth 2 Artrsts League 2 3 4 French Club 4 Hannasgals Staff 3 4 Internatlonal Relauons 2 EVANS BARBARA ANN Commerclal Club 4 Treasurer 4 I ternatIonal Relatlons 4 Llbrary ASSISTHHLS Club 3 EVANS HARRIET LOUISE Allled Youth 3 4 Treasurer 4 Dra mat1cS Club 4 French Club 4 SOCICIC Honoralre de Franca1s 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Hannasgals Staff 4 Internatlonal Relatlons 2 Nat1onal Honor Soclety 3 4 VICC Presrdent 4 Trl H1 Y 3 4 Future Teachers 3 4 FANT DAVID GENE ANTHONY F ERNS DONALD DAVID-C166 Club 4 FINDLEY WILLIAM DEAN Student Councll 3 4 Secretary 3 PreS1dent 4 VICC Presldent of .lunlor Class Block A Club 3 4 Who S Who 4 Varslty Baseball 2 3 4 Varslty Football 3 4 FLEISHMAN HARRIET FAYE-AllIed Youth 2 3 4 Artrsts League 2 3 4 French Club 4 Soc1ete Honora1re de Fran C315 3 4 Hannasgals Staff 2 3 4 Exchange Edltor 4 Internatlonal Relatlons 3 4 Nat1onal Honor SOCICIY 3 4 Nat1onal Merlt Scholarshlp Corporatlon Sem1 Flnallst FLEMING WILLIAM HOMER FLETCHER MELVIN EDWARD-Flying Shuttle Club 2 3 T and I Club 2 Varslty Baseball 2 Varslty Football 2 4 FLINT SUE ANN Allred Youth 2 French Club 4 Soc1ete Hannasgals Staff 4 Nat1onal Honor SOCICTY 3 4 Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 Treasurer 3 Future Teachers 3 FOLEY ANNE MARIE Glee Club 4 FOLK ROSE NEAL Allred Youth2 3 Band 4 Art1sts League 3 4 Dramatlcs Club 4 Glee Club 2 4 Hannasgals Staff 2 Internatlonal Relatlons 2 3 Tr1 HIY 2 Future Teachers 3 4 FOWLER FRANCES ELIZABETH Allled Youth 3 4 French Club 4 Internatlonal Relatlons 3 4 Future Teachers 4 FRADY MARSHALL BOLTON Student Councrl 4 Yellow Jacket Staff 2 4 FREE WILLIAM PRESTON Band 2 3 4 FREEMAN JOSEPH PHILLIP Student Counorl 2 FRETWELL RAYMOND BROWNLEE'-TICHSUFCI of Sophomore Class Secretary of Senlor Class Beta Club 3 4 Treas urer 3 Key Club 3 4 V1CCPfCSldCHl 4 Block A Club 4 Who S Who 4 VarSIty Baseball 2 3 4 Varslty Basket bal34 FROST FAYETTA SHERIDAN lnternat1onal RelatIons 3 I H A 2 Student Councll 2 GAILEY JUDITH ANNE Commercral Club 4 LIbrary Assrst ants Club 2 GAMBLE ROBERT ALEIA Sc1ence Club 3 GARRETT AMANDA LANE AllIed Youth 2 3 4 Commercral Club 4 Glee Club 2 3 Internatlonal Relatlons 2 3 4 Tr1 H1 Y 2 3 Future Teachers 3 GENTILE JOHN ANTHONY HIY 2 Scrence Club 3 4 147 . , - . , ' 7 ' 3 9 L S 9 ' 9 3 ' ' 3 9 9 ' S Q , Q I 9 3 9 9 9 , L4 S3 I - 9 , 7 . , . 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SENIOR D CETTYS ROGER MARTIN Block A Club 4 Varslty Football 3 4 Track3 4 GIBSON LARRY NEIL GILBERT HELEN JHA 2 GILREATH GWENDOLYN JOYCE French Club 4 Socrete Hon oralre de Francals 4 Internatlonal Relatlons 2 4 GILREATH RONALD LEE Bus Drlvers Club 4 GIPSON GERALDINE ANN lnternatlonal Relatlons 4 JH A 2 GLENN OLGA JANETTE Allled Youth 3 Future Nurses 2 3 .I H A 4 GREENWAY JUNE Allled Youth 2 Commerclal Club 4 Inter natlonal Relatlons 3 4 GUNDRY ALEX Sclence Club 3 4 HALLIDAY FLORA Transferred from Warner Roblns 4 In ternatlonal RCIHLIOHS and Clee Club HANKS SHELBY ANN DIstrIbut1ve Educatlon 4 JHA 2 Llbrary AssIstants Club 3 HANVEY SHIRLEY ANN Allled Youth 2 Internatlonal Rela tlons 4 J H A 2 HARBIN JAMES NELSON T 8: I Club 4 HARBIN LEWIS ANSEL HARBIN PATSY ANN French Club 4 Future Nurses 2 3 4 HAWKINS LINDA ANN Allred Youth 2 French Club 4 Sec retary 4 Internatlonal RelatIons 3 JHA 2 Future Teachers 4 HEATON LINDA ROSE DIstr1butIve Educatron 4 JHA 2 Nurses 2 Internatlonal Relatlons 2 I-IEFENER CHARLES WAYNE HEGGOOD LAURA ANNE Allled Youth 2 3 Commerclal Club 4 Internatlonal Relatlons 3 4 HELMS CAREY NELL Bnd 2 3 4 Block A Club 4 J HA 2 HENSON CARROLL WAYNE T and I Club 4 Bus Dnver Club 3 4 HERRING BARBARA JEAN J H A 2 Commerclal Club 4 HOLBROOKS DAN HORMAN Student Councrl 3 T and I Club 3 4 Track 3 HOLCOMBE ROBERT MANLY SCICHCC Club 3 4 Bus Drlvers Club 3 4 HOLLIDAY JERRY WESLEY HOPKINS MARY JULIA Future Nurses 3 Glee Club 4 Inter natlonal Relatlons 4 J H A 2 Llbrary Asslstants Club 3 HOPKINS SYLVIA ANN Glee Club 4 Transferred from Pled mont 4 HUDGINS CONNY LEE DIstrIbut1ve Educatlon Club 4 Llbrary Assrstants Club 4 Reporter 4 HUDSON LINDA F AYE Allred Youth 2 3 Artrsts League 2 3 4 Dramatlcs Club 4 French Club 4 SOCICIC Hon Oralre de Francals 3 Presldent 4 Internatlonal Relatxons 2 3 Natlonal Honor SOCICIY 3 Treasurer 4 Future Teachers 4 HUMAN FRANCES ALICE Allled Youth 2 3 Commerclal Club 4 Glee Club 2 3 Internat1onalRelatIons 2 3 4 HUNTER CHARLES DALE Beta Club 3 4 Block A Club 3 Secretary 4 Varslty Football 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 IVESTER BRENDA JANE Allred Youth 2 Commerclal Club 4 Glee Club 2 Internatlonal Relatlons 4 NHIIOHHI Honor Soclety 3 4 u1ll and Scroll 4 Copy Edltor Tulmgs 4 IRECTORY JACKSON JAMES WANAMAKER Block A Club 4 Varsrty Football 3 4 Varslty Basketball 4 Track 2 3 JACKSON Jo BETH Internatlonal Relatlons 3 Natlonal Hon or SOCICIY 3 4 Future Teachers 4 JAMES EMILY REECE Artlsts League 2 Vlce Presxdent 3 Presldent 4 Commerclal Club 4 Clee Club 2 3 4 In ternatlonal Relatlons 3 4 Tr1H1Y 2 JAMES LARRY MITCHEL JAMI-:SON HANNAH REBECCA VICC Presldent Sophomore Class 2 Clee Club 2 Allled Youth 2 3 4 lnternatlonal Re latlons 2 Llbrary Asslstants Club 2 Student Councll 2 3 TrIHIY4 JAMISON JAMES RONALD-Llbrary ASSISIBHIS Club 3 Treas urer 3 JONES JUANITA GAIL Commerclal Club 4 Llbrary Asslst ants Club 2 Trl H1 Y 2 JONES SARA ELAINE French Club 4 Internatlonal Relatlons 4 FHA 2 JORDAN WILLIAM PRESTON Student Councrl 3 FFA 2 3 4 KAY JOYCE ANNE Allled Youth 2 3 4 Artlsts League 4 Future Nurses 2 Clee Club 4 Internatxonal Relatlons 2 3 4 TrIH1Y2 4 KEATON CEORGIA ANN Allled Youth 2 AYIISIS League 3 4 Commerclal Club 4 Clee Club 2 Internatlonal Re latxons 3 KEATON STANLEY HOLMES Student Councll 4 Key Club 3 4 Block A Club 3 4 Who s Who 4 Varslty Football 3 4 Track 2 3 4 KILGORE JOHN BLEASE T and I Club 3 4 KING ANN CHAPMAN Allled Youth Z 3 Trl HIY 2 KING DON LARRY KING FRANCES ELIZABETH Future Nurses 4 Llbrary As slstants Club 4 KING MINNIE LOUISE J HA 2 KING RALPH FRANKLIN JR Yellow Jacket Staff 2 3 4 Beta Club 3 Key Club 3 4 HI Y 2 Sclence Club 3 Band 2 3 Captaln 4 KINSEY JACKIE SUE Commerclal Club 4 KIRKHAM MARCELLA ELIZABETH French Club 4 Future Nurses 2 SOCICIC Honoralre de Francals 3 4 Natlonal Honor Soclety 3 Secretary 4 LAND MARIAN IDELL Allxed Youth 2 lnternatlonal Rela tlons 3 Ixbrary Asslstants Club 3 LATHAM MICHAEL IEE LAWRENCE TERRY ARTHUR LEAK LEVENE LEMUEL LEINFELDER CANDY D E Artlsts League 3 4 Interna t1Onal Relatlons 4 Trl HI Y 3 Future Teachers 3 LITTLEFIELD MARSHALL GARY Sclence Club 3 4 LOFTIS FRANCES DIANA J HA 2 LOONEY DALTON WILLIAM Dlstrlbutlve Educatlon 4 LOWIE, MARY ARNETTIA Drstrrbutrve Educatron 4 Future Nurses 2 3 NIADDOX ROBIN BODIE-Allled Youth 4 Dramatlcs Club 3 4 Glee Club 3 French Club 4 Hannasgals Staff 3 4 Asst Buslness Manager 3 Feature Edltor 4 MARCHBANKS ELSIE GLENN Allled Youth 2 AITISIS League 3 4 Secretary of Sophomore Class Hannasgals Staff 4 148 cs 77 , - sc 99 D - 7 7 5 7 9 9 9 9 9 S 9 9 - , 9 'A-4 9 ' , 1 . . . . , , . 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Staff 4 Beta Club 3 4 Treas urer 4 Bus Drrvers Club 3 4 Vrce Presrdent 4 Whos Who 4 MCGUIRE RONALD MITCHELL MCKINLEY CAROL JOYCE ANN Allred Youth 2 Artrsts League 3 4 French Club 4 Socrete Honorarre de Fran cars 3 4 Vrce Presrdent 4 Glee Club 2 3 Actrvrtres Edrtor Ttdmgs 4 Internatronal Relatrons 3 4 Natronal Honor Socrety 3 4 urll and Scroll 4- Future Teachers MCKINNEY KENNETH LOYD-F F A 2 3 Varsrty Football 2 MCLANE NORMA FAY Drstrrbutrve Educatron 4 MCLESKEY WILLIE REBECCA Future Nurses 2 3 4 Inter natronal Relatrons 2 MEDLIN JAMES EDGAR MEEKS JULIA TINSLEH Allred Youth 2 Ma1orette 2 3 4 Block A Club 3 4 Artrsts League 3 4 Treasurer of Junror Class Dramatrcs Club 3 4 Socrete Honorarre Francars 3 4 Glee Club 2 Internatronal Relatrons 3 Natronal Honor Socrety 3 4 Presrdent Student Body 4 Trr Hr Y 2 Who S Who 4 Future Teachers 3 4 Home comrng ueen 4 Mrss Hr MISS 4 MINISH COLUMBUS WILLIAM MITCHELL REBECCA Jo Allred Youth 3 Future Nurses 3 4 Vrce Presrdent 3 Pres1dent4 Internatronal Relatrons 3 4 JHA 2 Mrzrz JAMES BENJAMINE MONCKTON CAROLINE RUTH Allred Youth 2 Band 4 r ISIS League 3 4 French Club 4 Future Teachers 4 VVIOORHEAD DONALD TYE-Yellow Jacket Staff 3 4 Bela Club 3 4 Presrdent 4 Track 3 4 MOORE ESTELLE Drstrrbutrve Educatron 4 Future Nurses MORRIS MARTHA ELAINE Allred Youth 2 Commercral Club 4 Presrdent 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Hannasgals Staff MORRIS SALLIE JANE Allred Youth 2 3 Artrsts League Glee Club 3 4 Internatronal Relatrons 3 TrrH1Y Future Teachers 3 4 MORRISON ANNE ZELL Allred Youth 3 Future Nurses 2 4 Internatronal Relatrons 2 MORRISON VIVIAN ANN Allred Youth 2 3 Artrsts League 4 Commercral Club 4 Dramatrcs Club 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Hannasgals Staff 4 Future Teachers 3 4 Inter natronal Relatrons 2 3 4 MOTES PATSY ERYENE-Band 2 3 Block A Club 4 DIS trrbutrve Educatlon 4 Internatronal Relatrons 3 4 J H A 2 FHA 2 NATION HAROLD GARRETT Student Councrl 4 Class Officer 4 Block A Club 3 4 Varsrty Baseball 2 3 4 Varsrty Football 2 3 4 Varsrty Basketball 2 3 4 Co Captarn 4- Track 3 4- NELSON REBEilA NAOMI Allred Youth 2 Drstrrbutrve u catron 4- Clee Club 2 Internatronal Relatrons 2 3 Stu dent Councrl 3 4 NORRIS FRANK ANDERSON FF A 2 3 Bus Drrvers Club 4 Glee Club 3 NORTON BETTY JO-Future Nurses 2 Lrbrary Assrstants Club 2 Student Councrl 3 ODOM SAMUEL CONNIE JR Student Councrl 2 Yellow Jacket Staff 4 Beta Club 4 Scrence Club 3 4 OSBORNE TREASURE ANN Drstrrbutrve Educatron 4 C lee Club2 OSTEEN HARRY MONTY JR Yellow jacket Staff 2 3 4 Beta Club 3 Key Club 3 4 Block A Club 4 Band 2 ar Srty Baseball 2 3 4 Varsrty Basketball 4 149 . . 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