Andrews High School - Gold and Black Yearbook (Andrews, SC)
- Class of 1953
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Gold and Black
Published by Senior Class
Andrews High School
Andrews, South Carolina
Editor-in-chief Peggy Ozburn
Asst. Editor Patricia Heningway
Business Manager Jimmy Smith
Asst. Business Manager Bonnie Norton
Advertising Manager Billy Whitley
Asst. Advertising Manager Joann Fore
Feature Editor Irene Mc Daniel
Asst. Feature Editor LaVerne Willaims
Sports Editor Jackie Powers
Asst. Sports Editor Joan Green
Photographic Editor Ronnie Scott
Asst. Photographic Editor Jeanette Davis
Art Editor Nan Dee Evans
Asst. Art Editor Elizabeth Ann Huggins
It is our purpose to try to capture
for you some of the pleasant moments
of our memorable years here. We
should like to think that in years to
come this book will serve as a means
to reunite you with your classmates
and to bring back for a little while
the happiness that was yours here.
With this in mind we bring you the
Boa rd of Trustees
W dedicate our 1953 annual to a man who has dedicated
his life to the welfare of the community and the school.
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By his constant devotion through the years to our sc oo ,
Mr. T, W. Bellune has won our love and respect. We pay
tribute to one whom we consider a true friend.
Board of Trustees
o W. L. Hemingway, Chairman
o J. H. Brourton
o S. M. Harper
o J. M.Hayes
o W. W. Smith
James Elliott Millard
High School Principal
A. B. University of S. C.
M. Ed. University of S. C.
Clemson Calhoun Garris
A. B. Wofford College
M. Ed., University of S. C.
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Grammar School Principal
B, S. at Oglethorpe University
Graduate Student of Emory University
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Physical Education, Driving
Sylvia O. Kinder
Pearle A. Floyd
Fred B. Lindler
Music, Glee Club
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First row: Daisy Bell, Mrs. J. E. Millard, Mrs. Ben Barrineau. Second row: Caroline Martin, Mrs. Mary
M. Kirby, Thelma Gibson, Mrs. Julia Jamison, Etta Flowers, Mrs. Earl Barrineau. Third row: Mrs. Eva
Richardson, Mrs.Gwen Watson,Martha Inabinett, Mrs. R.L.Brockington. Fourth row: Augusta Bailey, Mr.
S. G. Woodberry.
Senior Faculty Advisors
Mrs Laura C Adams Miss Julia Kite
Andrews S C Omaha Georgia
University of S C Lander College
Senior Class Officers
President: Billy Whitley
Vice-President: Irene McDaniel
Secretary: Weldon Smith
Treasurer: Mary Alice McCants
Reporter: Nan Dee Evans
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"The best is yet to come."
R. L. Bone
"WhenI feelan energetic spell coming
on I sit real still until it goes away."
"Always take things at their best."
"Never do it today when you can put
it off until tomorrow."
Nan Dee Evans
"Art is indeed not the bread, but the
wine of life."
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"Men occasionally stumble over the
Wealth without work."
"I'm not lazy: I'm just dreaming.
Nina Jones Floyd Lambert
A word of advice is all that is needed." "with her I'm satisfied."
"Men of few words are the best men." "Laugh and the world will laugh with
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"I have seen yesterday. I love today, "Thou living ray of intellectual fire.
and l'm waiting for tomorrow.
Dickie Mercer Faye Mixion
"Foot loose and fancy free." "A good laugh is better than medicine
"One for me, the rest for you." "Is
seen a lot in company of ladies
Weldon Smith Ronald Steedly
What if I had refused?" "The glory of a firm capacious mind."
Harry Taylor Wyndell Taylor
Never a serious moment." "A little leisure with nothing to do
"I will drink life to the lees."
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Billy Whitley George Wildes
"A sense of humor and the power to "Little but loud."
Irene Mc Daniel
BEST ALL AROUND
Mary Alice Mc Cants
R. L. Bone
Our class began in 1940. Miss Bailey had half the class and Mrs. Richard-
son had the other half.
Because we weren't used to a group of children, Miss Bailey would stand
us in the corner or either use her cane on our little legs. Mrs. Richardson
would send us in the cloak-room until we found out what she meant by telling
us to be still and quiet.
Some of us went to Miss River's section in the second grade. Everyone had
scared us so much about her until we cried every morning. This wore off soon
and all of us learned to love her very much.
In the third and fourth grades, Miss Green and Miss Wofford must have
tried to develop our vocal chords. One of our favorite tunes was "Found a
Peanut." All of us had a boy friend or a girl-friend. These loves lasted until
some of the class were finally joined in, holy matrimony.
We really sat down to work in the fifth grade. It was in this grade that we
learned the forty-eight states and capitols. That's when Dickie's teacher was
her cousin. This is the only reason she passed!!!
In the sixth grade it was harder. This is the year Mr. Nunn came to be
our teacher. We say this because he was our homeroom teacher and English
teacher for three years. Miss Wilson, could this be the reason we are so dumb
During the seventh grade Miss Rogerson was our mathematics teacher.
She tried to teach us how to say the twelve multiplication tables, but some of
us still struggle when we try to multiply.
The next year we began looking forward to the last day of school, when Mr.
Rhodes would hand us a sheet of paper upon which was written our promotion
from grammar school to high school. This year about ten students from Oak
Grove came to join us. The genius of our class came with them.
We were really something in high school. We were just as big as anybody
-- at least we thought it. This year passed quickly.
Mr. Seignious was our thrill the next year. We always had something to
tease him about. I believe it must have been Miss Daisy Bell. Don't you think
so? ? ? We always had some kind of term paper, or homework to do, though.
Trying to get out of class to have a class meeting was almost as bad as pleading
with a judge.
Finally our senior year has come. A group of bookkeeping students have
caught it pretty hard. With our lessons, senior play practice, some working
in the afternoons wasn't still too much for extra assignments such as outlining
chapters in chemistry, themes, and other things. All of it turned out to be use-
Those were wonderful days, and now the day for which we have all looked
forward to for twelve long years is finally here. When we look back on those
days and years the forthcoming graduation day brings a little sadness, as well
as gladness to each of us, because it will probably mark our last time together.
In the years to come all will look back on dear old A, H, S, and think of the
happy and well spent days that were passed under the supervision of Mr. Garris,
Mr. Millard, and the faculty. Now we turn into the wide, troublesome world
with a final goodbye to Andrews High School.
Emily Faye Mixon
BEST DANC ERS
Dixie Me rcer
Irene Mc Daniel
Nan Dee Evans
Fate has seen fit to bestow upon me a great and terrible gift. Combined
with a superhuman insight which has always allowed me to see and know things
for beyond the power of anyone else, I have in my possession a strange door
with a magic keyhole through which I may view the years to come and all things
that are to be. Through it I see all manner of strange things and the strangest
things of all are the members of the Sr. class of '53,
Bear with me as I go intoa Catalepsytranse and I shall reveal to you many
girst I see Mae Antwine in her crisp, white nurses uniform as she checks
the pulse of a rich old bachelor hoping that he still has strength enough to "Pop"
Now I see a great cloud of smoke and there is a thundering sound? Oh,
yes, lt's R. L, Bone going to work in Aiken in the same car he used to drive
back in 1953.
Here is a sight to tug at your heart strings. If I didn't feel that it was my
bounden duty I should try to keep this from your young innocent souls. I see
the Reverend Lee Blakely trying to preach the gospel to Harry Taylor who is
is deeply engrossed in the pages of a copy of Esquire that he cannot hear a
I see great things for Jack Coker. He is now part owner of Swinnie's de-
livery truck - the back part. Jack says he doesn't really like to travel anyway.
Emma Clemons is still looking for a young, handsome millionaire who can
give her a private swimming pool.
Nan Dee Evans, our class artist, has just finished her masterpiece. She
is going to receive the highest reward for a work of art given in this country
just as soon as the critics decide whether it is a rose or a cow.
Joyce Fulton has been sailing up and down Black River in her new yacht.
Did you know that twenty years from now yachts are going to have paddles ?
I see Jack Goodwin behind the meat counter of the Oak Grove grocery. He
has just won nation-wide recognition as being the man with heaviest thumb.
Now I see a successful businessmang it is Ralph Heape, who now owns his
own service station.
Nina Jones has taken the place of Mrs. Vernon Blakeley, who is the former
Irene Mc Daniel, at Collier's Modern Pharmacy.
Floyd Lambert is still seen at Margaret's door every Saturday night. They
are trying to decide whether they know each other well enough or not.
Griffin Leland is running in the next presidential election. The main plank
in his platform is "Elect me and I'll spend all my vacations in South Carolina."
Dennis Main heads the list of TV comedians. He says he's going to be even
funnier when he learns how to read the script.
Dickie Mercer, basketball coach for Andrews High School, is urging her
girls on with "Remember the spirit of '53."
Mary Alice, what is her name now: it used to be McCants - can be heard
softly crcioning as she tries to sooth her little ones to sleep.
Peggy Ozburn is helping her husband, Melton S., run a grocery store at
Warsaw. It has become such a habit until they still write each other every
Jimmy Smith is an admiral in the United States Navy. He says he'1l begin
making money when he doesn't have to spend his whole salary on sea-sick re-
We have a new addition to our school library. It is a. set of Steedly's En-
cyclopedias compiled by Ronald Steedly.
Ruby Thomas is still trying to sweet-talk everyone into being her slave.
Wyndell Taylor has just been named top pro-football player of the nation.
Dr. Billy Whitley has discovered an elixer which insures perpetual youth. He
refuses to share the secret with his old classmates and has drunk it all him-
self. Now he's busy trying to perfect a three cornered surgical uniform.
George Wildes has recently taken the place of Charlie Walker at radio
station WDKD, only he is more popular even than Charlie Walker. He has four
petitions against him.
Faye Mixon is now manager of Mack's 5 and 10 cent store, She is announcing
a sale on bicycle pumps, shoe horns, and fine tooth combs.
Weldon Smith has just finished inventing a new gadget to put on his Old-
smobile. It is called a "girl snatcher."
I must leave you now. May you prophet by what I have revealed to you.
Joyc e Fulton
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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Nan Dee Evans
Last Will and Testament
We, the class of 1952, being of sound mind and body, do hereby will the
I, Nina Jones, do hereby leave my friendly manner to LaVerne Williams.
I, Irene McDaniel, do hereby leave my knowledge to Vernon Blakely so he will
hurry and finish school.
I, Dickie Mercer, do hereby leave my careful driving to Jimmy Dunn.
I, Mary Alice McCants, do hereby leave my love for Macedonia High to Katherine
Thomas, hoping that she will be as successful as I.
I, Mae Antwine, do hereby leave my broad smile to D, C, Herring, hoping she
will use it more often than I.
I, Peggy Ozburn, do hereby leave my love for Ronald Steedly to Judy Mercer.
I, Ronald Steedly, do hereby leave my position as editor of the Yellow Jacket
to Bonnie Norton, and my knowledge of French to those who need it.
I, Nan Dee Evans, do hereby leave my ability to say "Oh" in French class to
I, R, L, Bone, do hereby leave everybody wondering who "Maggie" is.
I, Lee Blakeley, do hereby leave my ability to learn French to Buddy Bauer,
hoping that he will learn more than I did.
I, Weldon Smith, do hereby leave my knowledge of English to Jeanell Ray.
I, Harry Taylor, do hereby leave my love for Miss Wilson to Jack Britt.
I, Dennis Main, do hereby leave my learning ability to Lavern "Precious"
I, Joyce Fulton, do hereby leave my sweet disposition to Betty Jean Robinson.
I, Floyd Lambert, do hereby leave my love for women to Ralph Blake.
I, Wyndell Taylor, do hereby leave my ability to play football to Wayne Atkins
because he needs it.
I, Ruby Thomas, do hereby leave my "giggles" to Betty Ann Fulton.
I, Griffin Leland, do hereby leave my ability to drive a school bus to J, B.
I, Faye Mixon, do hereby leave my typing speed to next year's fastest typer.
Could it be Bessie ?
I, Emma Clemons, do hereby leave my love for football to the whole school.
They need it!!!
I, Billy Whitley, do hereby leave my ability to pass a football to "Red" Long,
hoping he can use it better than I.
I, Jack Goodwin, do hereby leave my height to Wilson Lambert.
Signed, Sealed and Delivered on this lst day of June 1953.
Ronald Steedly, Jimmy Smith
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ley, C. J. Long, Joyce Long, Rabon McKinzie, Thomas McCants, Maxine Mills, Charles Mixon, Gene Modlin,
Myrtle Mae Moore,Herman Newton, Lenora Jane Newton, Shelby Jean Norton, Pete Player Gladys Powell, Mar-
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Secretary: Janelle Ray, Reporter. Standing: Miss Pearle Floyd, Sponsorg Roberta Harris, Patsy Knight, Bessie
Payne, La Verne Williams, Roberta Evans, and Patricia Hemingway.
Yellow Jacket Staff
Sitting, Miss Kathleen Wilson, Advisor, Irene McDaniel, News Editor, Bonnie Norton, Ass't. Editor, Ronald
Steedly, Editor-in-Chief, Emma Clemons, Feature Editor, Billy Whitley, Sports Editor, Patricia Hemmingway,
Ass't. Sports Editor. Standing: Roberta Evans, Ass't, Art Editor, Joyce Fulton, Exchange Editor, Joan Fore,
Ass't. Feature Editor,Jimmy Dunn, Ass't, Business Manager, Billy Barrineau, Ass't. Circulation Manager, Peggy
Ozburn, Business Manager, Nan Dee Evans, Art Editor,
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Sitting: Irene McDaniel, Feature Editor: Patricia Hemingway, Ass't. Editorg Peggy Ozburn, Editor-in-Chief,
Jimmy Smith, Business Manager, Billy Whitley, Advertising Manager. Standing: Miss Julia Kite, Advisory
Joan Fore, Ass't. Advertising Managerg Elizabeth Ann Huggins, Ass't. Art Editorg Bonnie Norton, Ass't. Business
Manager, Joan Green, Ass't, Sports Editorg Jeanette Davis, Ass't, Photo Editorglackie Powers,Sports Editor, La
Verne Williams, Ass't. Feature Editor, Miss Frances Crosby, Advisorg Ronnie Scott, Photographic Editor, Nan
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Jean Robinson, Glora Heape. Second Row: Gloria Reid, La Verne Williams, Dixie Mercer, Barbara Evans,
Linda Bauer, Third Row: Elizabeth Ann Huggins, Beckey Casselman, Dale Ethridge, Vera Mercer, Ruby Tho-
mas, Betty Lambert, Patricia Barrineau, Nina Jones. Fourth Row: Frances McKencie,Cary1on Norton,Gertrude
Ethridge, Joyce Fulton, Mae Antwine, Georgia Kennedy, Joan Fore, Faye Mixon. Fifth Row: Edna Mae Gib-
son, Margaret McCants, Mary Frances McKensey, Sadie Lou Garrison, Roberta Evans, Chtarine Thomas, Vera
Blakley, Kitty Q. Brooks, Katie Barns, Evelyn Blake, Sarah Jane Long, Mickie Obrine, D. C. Herrin, Patsy
Knight, Peggy Ozburn, Alicia Payne. Sixth Row: Frances McCants, Gerlidine Coker, Joan Green, Betty Ann
Fulton, Bronta Barrineau, Margaret Wilder, Emma Clemons, Betty Herrington, Helen Powell, Mary Sue Bur-
roughs, Myrtle Cook, Neomi Swails, Deloris Sports, Mary Alice McCants, Nan Dee Evans, Jeanette Davis,
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McConnon, J. B. Hardee, Chesley Foxworth, Buddie Mercer, Harry Taylor, Loyd Morris, Henery Mercer, Dan
Powers, Ferney Rhem, Jackie Powers,Ceci1 Ethridge, Edgar Walters, William Wilder, Pat Blake, Wyndell Tay-
lor, James Leland, Thomas Newton, Randolph Feagin, Jack Crawford. J. B. Norton, Robert Langley, Don Ray,
R. L. Bone, Jack Goodwin, Floyd Lambert, Dan Ray, Junior Long, Loyal Aktins, La Verne Elliott, Ralph Blake,
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berta Evans, Ruby Thomas, Barbara Evans, Roberta Harris, Myrtle Moore, Shelby Caulder, Betty Lambert, Joan
Green, Nina Jones, Micky O'Brien, Linda Bauer, Sandra Blakely, Alica Thomas, Genivia Blakeley, Cynthia
Ransom, Patricia Hemingway, Bronte Barrineau,Jean Robinson, Jeanette Davis, Jimmie Ray Fogel, Mary Alice
Mctlants, Sarah Jane Long, Joyce Rogers, Mr. Maurice Gray: Director.
Lunch Room Staff
Left to right: Mrs, Ed Davis, Mrs. Nell Richburgg Mrs. Roy l-lardeeg Mrs. Patty Barrineau, Directorg Lizzie
Robinson, and Clara Green,
Sitting: Mrs. Lucile Smith, Directorg Roberta Evans. Jimmie Ray Fogal, Libby Green, Joan Green. Nan Dee
Evans, Lynne Tompkins. Standing: Linda Bauer, Joyce Rogers, Alica Payne,
Left to right: Nina Jones, Mary Alice McCants, Joan Green, Jeanelle Ray, Irene McDaniel, Jeanette Davis,
Pegill' Ozburn.Ruby Thomas, Joyce Fulton, Emma Clemons, Faye Mixon. Elizabeth Ann Huggins. Billy Broach,
Alex Wildes, Miss Wilson, Sponsorg Patsy Knight, Lou Garrison. Mary Sue Burroughs, Joan Fore, Roberta Evans,
Ronald Steedly, Nan Dee Evans. Barbara Evans, Sarah Jane Long, Micky O'Brien, Joyce Rogers,
"Behave yourself, young lady
Faye Mixon, Lee Blakely. Ruby
"I've never seen such a familiar
Lee Blakely, Ronald Steedly.
Nan Dee Evans, Billy Whitley.
ii 5 i Thomas, Peggy Ozburn.
""' We Shook the Family Tree
"Her skin will be radiant and
glowing like moonlight."
Peggy Ozburn. Irene McDaniel,
We Shook the Family Tree
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Jimmy Smith George Wildes
Co-capt., Back Capt., Back
Sitting: Dennis Main,Lowe11 Atkins. Dan Powers, Wilson Lambert, Joe Glover. Managerg Donnie Moore, Wil-
liam Green,George Wi1des,1immy Hayes. Kneeling: Junior Long, Harold Bauer. Loyd Morris. Jackie Powers,
Wyndell Taylor, Jimmy Smith, Jimmy Dunn, Ronnie Scott, Billy Barrineau. Standing: Asst. Coach Gideon,
Ralph Heape, David Connelly, I. B. Norton. Chester Arnold, Wyndell Long, Billy Whiteley, Lavern Eliott,
Randolph Feagin, Wayne Atkins, and Coach Fleischman.
La vem Elliott.
Boys' Basketball Team
Left to right: Joe Glover. Ben Dunn, Wilson Lambert, Dan Powers, Olin Hardee, Elix Wildes, Pete Player,
Jimmy Dunn, Billy Barrineau, Jimmy Smith, Jackie Powers, Gene Corbin, Jolmny Pitts, Buddy Mercer, and
Girls' Basketball Team
Kneeling: Hallie Wilder, Gloria Heape, Patricia Barrineau. Ioan Green. Dixie Mercer, Linda Rowel, Jeanette
Davis, La Verne Williams. Standing: Miriam Langley, Delaine Barrineau, Patty Thigpen, Alicia Payne.
Barbara Evans, Jimmie Ray Fogal, Carlyon Norton, Elizabeth Ann Huggins. Genivia Blakeley. and Libby Green.
"Front and center"
The cast and directors of
"Throw it back in the Lake."
Ronald Steedly. Jimmy smixh,
We Shook the Family Tree
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"What do you have on your
Weldon Smith, Peggy Ozburn.
Lee Blakely, Mary Alice Mc-
We Shook the Family Tree
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OVERTON MANUFACTURING CO.
Wood - Cool - Tobacco Stick
Andrews, S. C.
REYNCLDS' 94000 4
DRUG AND INC. MAYER
Qualify Dr-as FUNERAL HOME
A1 Reasonable P I
A. Reynolds Owner Georgetown' SC'
THE NEW STORE
Georgetown S. C.
ANDREWS FURNITURE COMPANY
Take a carton home
Georgetown , S. C.
W. N. Collier, Ph.G. - Phannacisf in Charge
"Drugs of Distinction"
Store Phone 2611 ...... Home Phone 2501
PEOPLE'S MOTOR SALES CO.
Chevrolet Cars 81 Parts
WHEELER'S SERVICE STATION
Goodyear Tires 8. Batteries
"We Try To Please"
Andrews S. C.
HAYES DRUG STORE
We Fill Any Doctor's Prescription.
The Dynaflow Buick
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T COASTAL MOTORS
116 Orange Street
Georgetown S. C.
SCOGGIN'S WATCH SHOP
Andrews S. C
W. J. GREEN
AMOCO AUTO SERVICE
New G Used Parts
Accessories 8 Repairs
Andrews S. C.
Mens 8 Boys Wear
Florsheim 81 .larman Shoes
Hardware - Building Material
Farm Implements - Myers Water Systems
Philco and Universal Appliances
C. L. FORD 8. SONS
Dealer in Ship and Family
Groceries - Building Naterials
Paints and Oil - Hardware
R. B. CLEMONS 8. SONS
Andrews S. C.
ANDREWS DEPARTMENT STORE
Outtlts for the entire fomlly
Where quality is higher than price
Beauty Shoppe Gift Shoppe
B 8- P DEPARTMENT STORE
BLAKELY BRo'rl-:ERS e'et,,e
Jobbers Georgetown, S.C.
G 8. G WHOLESALE
BRUORTON'S FOOD MARKET
Geor get own S. C.
MOORE'S SERVICE STATION
ISEMAN DRUG COMPANY
Sinclair Products . . .
Goodyear Tires 81 Batteries Prucnphon Dmgglst
Andrews S' C' Georgetown S. C.
For Best in Cor Service
om. to Building Material
ROWELLS SERVICE STATION
SWINNIE SUPPLY CO.
Phone 2406 Andrews S.C.
WSKOW DEPARTMENT STORE
Andrews, S. C.
ZIM KING ELECTRIC COMPANY
You Con be Sure if if's
Clifford T. Bell, Sr. C.P.A.
Clifford T. Bell, .lr.
Andrews, S.C. Georgetown, S.C.
Fresh Produce Qualify Meats
Andrews S. C.
Raymond and Ralph
Authorized Hot Point
BODIAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
RICHARDS SPORTING GOODS Where Ma Saves Pa's Money
Georgetown, S.C. Andrews S.C.
E. T. PORTER COMPANY
Real Estate - Insurance
7 I6 Front Street
Georgetown S. C.
We use md recommend
Wh eel Weights
Ph one 33881
Georgetown S. C.
EVANS FEED 8- SEED
Purina Chews 8: Garden Seed
For Good Chicks See Us
For Quality, Stop at the Checkerboard Sign
Owned 8- Operated By
R. E. Evans T. H. Evans
Dearbom Farm Equipment
Phone 241 1
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508 Church Street
Printers - Publishers
Life Long Experienced Workman
Georgetown S. C.
.IIMMI E REE 'S
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE
Sheldon s. wright ,,Q2ff2,,,.
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Owner 8g Operator gy
Jewelers Bm Silversmi
RIVERSIDE OIL CO. INC.
Phone I20L Georgetown, S
Floor Covering 8m Mill Ends
803 Front Street
Georgetown S. C.
L. H. SIAU, JEWELER
Let us feather your nest with a little down
"Finest Name Brands"
Geor getown S. C.
DRESS 8. JEWELRY SHOP
Ladies wear md iewelry
GEOR GETOWN BUILDING SUP PLY
"Everything from Foundation to Roof"
'I233 Front Street
Ph one 2- 254I
Real Estate 81 Insurance
Georgetown S. C.
Office Supplies 81 Office Equipment
Complete Service Department
Georgetown, S. C.
THE CAROLINA HARDWARE CO.
PEE DEE GAS COMPANY
306 S. Fraser Street
Georgetown S. C.
Georgetown 5.C. Bryant Hot Water Heaters
Phone 84 P"Y9fUx G05
R. A. GREEN ENTERPRISES
Green Motor Company
Rosemary Lumber Co.
Green Furniture Co.
Green OiI Co.
Guaranteed Watch Rep airing
Andrews, S. C.
WilSon's Super Market
J. W. Stevenson
'Rinerside Oil Co.
Helt's Auto Parts
The F armer's Exchange
Georgetown Fish Co.
Front St. Produce Mkt.
Mahon's Drug Store
Electricial Applicians Co.
Dunn's 5 81 1042 Store
Stem's Dept. Store
News 81 Courier
Shirley's Beauty Shop
Dr. John A. joseph
Mae Antwine-Glee Club 3, I. H. A. l,2,3,4, 4-H Club l,2, Jr. Play Usher, Sr. Play, Bus Patrol l,2.
Muldrew Lee Blakley Jr.-Hobby Club 1, Glee Club 3, Yellow Jacket Staff 3,4, Jr. Class President, Class Play
3,4, Declamation 2,3,4, Baseball 2.
R. L. Bone-F. F. A, l,2,3,4, Jr. Play, Hobby Club l.
Emma Clemons-Library Club l,2,4, J. H. A. l,2,3,4, Sec. 82 Treas, of Jr. Class, Hobby Club l, Yellow Jacket
Staff 4, Feature Editor, Officer in J. H. A. 2.
Nan Dee Evans-Glee Club l,2,3,4, Sec. 3,4. J. H. A. l,2,3,4, Scrapbook Chairman 2,4, Annual Staff 3,4, Art
Editor, Library Club 2,4, Honor Society 3,4, Music Club l,2,3,4, President-Vice President Band l,2,3,4, Dis-
trict Band Clinic 2,3,4, State Band Clinic 4, Class Reporter 3,4, Jr. Play, Marshall.
Joyce Fulton-Library Club 1,2 ,4, Glee Club l,2, Yellow Jacket Staff Exchange Editor, Annual staff Typist,
Junior Play, Hobby Club l, J. H. A. l,2,3,4, J. H. A. Porgram Chairman 3.
Ralph Heape-Baseball 2,3,4, Football 4, F. F. A. 3, School Safety Patrol l,2, Hobby Club l.
Jack Goodwin-F.F.A. l,2,3,4, Hobby Club l.
Nina Jones-Basketball 3, J. H. A. l,2,3,4, Softball 3, Science Club l, Glee Club 2,4, Library Club l,3, Sec.
8: Treas. 4, Yellow Jacket 4, May Court 2.
Floyd Pringle Lambert-F. F. A. l,2,4, Hobby Club l, Reporter 1, Jr. Play, Safty Patrol, Bus Driver.
Griffin Leland-F. F. A. l,2,3,4, Hobby Club.
Dennis Main-Football 3,4, Baseball 2,3,4, Hobby Club l, Science Club, Monograph Club 3,4, Jr. Play, Shop,
Dixie Mercer-J. H. A. l,2,3,4, Glee Club 3,4, Majorette l,2,3,4, Basketball l,2,3,4, District All Star Cheer-
leader l,2,4, Sr. Play, Monogram Club l,2,3,4, Softball l,2, Library Club l.
Mary Alice McCants-Class Pres. 2, May Court, Sr. Class Treas. Glee Club 3,4, Library Club 4. I. H. A. l,2,
3,4, Sr. Play, Jr. Play.
rrene McDaniel-J. H. A. Treasurer 4, Qualified in Algebra in S. C. Scholastic Legue, 3, Glee Club l,2,3,
Library Club 4, Cheerleader 4, Marshall 3, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Class Vice Pres. 4, Class reporter l,3, Maid of
Honor in May Court 3, Honor Socet 3,4, Sec. 4, Yellow Jacket 3,4, Ass. News Editor 3, News Editor 4, Yellow
Jacket Memo Ed. 3, Memo Ed. 4, Annual Staff 3,4.
Faye Mixon-Glee Club l,2,3,4, Library Club l,2,4, Science Club, I. H. A. l,2,3,4, Sr. Play, Jr. Play, Yellow
Jacket Staff 4.
Peggy Ozbum-Library Club l,4, Hobby Club l, Yellow Jacket Staff 3,4, Asst. Business Manager, Business
Manager, Annual Staff 3,4, Asst. Ed. 3, Ed. 4, Honor Society 3,4, Pres. 4, I. H. A. l,2,3,4, Officer 2,3, Mar-
shall 3, Glrls State 3.
James Matthews Smith-Football 1,2 ,3,4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Baseball l,2,3,4, Glee Club l,2, Oratorical con-
test 2, Band l,3,4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Hobby Club l, Annual Staff 3,4, Monogram Club 3,4.
Ronald Steedly-President of class l, Placed in Biology in Mental Contest 2, F.F.A. l,2, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Stu-
dent School Bus Driver 3,4, Marshall 3, Boys State 3, Marshall 3, Honor Society 3,4, Vice Pres. Library Club
4, Yellow Jacket Staff 3,4, Asst. Ed. Ed.
Ruby Thomas - J. H.A. 1,25 Jr. Play Usher, Sr. Play, Glee Club 3,4, Hobby Club: Library Club 1.2.4.
Harry Taylor-F. F. A.
Wydnell Taylor-Football l,2,3,4, All State 4, Most outstanding 3,4, F.F.A. l,2,3,4, Shop 3, Monogram Club
Billy Whitley-Glee Club l,2,3, Football l,2,3,4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Jr. Play, Sr. Play, Hobby Club, Band l,2,
3,4, Marshall, Yellow Jacket 3,4, Annual Staff 3,4, Vice President Jr. Class, President Sr. Class, Safety Patrol
l,2, District Clinic 2,3,4, State Clinic 2,8.
George Wildes-Football 2,3,4, Captain 4, Basketball 2,3,4, Baseball 3,4, Monogram Club 2,3,4, F.F.A. l,2,
Shop 3, Most Valuable Player for Football 4.
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