Girls High School - Halcyon Yearbook (Atlanta, GA)

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In a pattern are revealed: The weaver's plan and skill, With what beauty and what art His inner soul does thrill! All the learning that he has- Combined with his best dreams- Does his shuttle bring to lite More switt than light, it seems. 81718 Each ot us in our lives A pattern hasabegun Weaving artlessly or well Our strands ot work and fun. These designs we started at An early age, 'tis true, When ot planning and resolves, We very little knew. lt we take what we have learned In school, and, as we go, Do the very best we can, Then tine designs will grow. Thus, the products of our looms Ot lite, to all may give Patterns by which day by day 'Tis well to try to live. ou, gm win lt's nice to know that one you like Receives her just deserts: Receives an honor coveted For ettorts she exerts. lt's nice to know that one admired For qualities so rare, May stand on top when all agree She justly should stand there. For honors do not tall, 'tis true, Like rain upon a beach ln puddles tormed just everywhere, That anyone may reach- They only come to those who have With ne'er a thought ot prize, Giv'n talents, time, and spirits tine, That make one's standards rise. Yes, honors come to those whose light Abundantly have shed Bright beams ot strength, magnetic po O'er all that they have led. Theretore, to you, Mrs. Gordon Brown, Our teacher-triend most dear, We dedicate the HALCYON ln this our senior year. And ever, with us, as we weave Our webs, in coming days Will be your pattern which inspires Our aims to highest ways. 6 S W QM Cgdaculty As weavers we have grown more Our patterns more mature-A skilled, A guiding hand has helped us make Each fiber more secure. , if g This hand has led us, since we stepped Inside Girls l-ligh's strange door, U To paths ot opfizirtunity ,.. , We ,had not trod before: ' To streams that splash with dreams and hopes Bright shining in the sun, Where Toil and Laughter dance and sing find Work and Play are one: To bowers tull ot budding thoughts That need no other care, Than studied browsing through the rows, To bring forth blossoms rare. To these, our taculty's kind hand With patience led the way. And though we now relinquish it, The impress long will stay. And if a dragon, huge, you be, Oh, faculty ot ours, Then, dragons are the friends we To reap lite's finest hours. 8 choose --xx 1 E x. Q7!l0I'L CJFGQOIIS CUP fl'LC A'l.0 I'ld9 WC? clzoose 9 LAMAR JETER 'Who is Our Guide IRA JAQRELI. Who i- Cm Lcaocr CQjijZ 'c:c1- Gaf0tc2m'a- in lc Un' Ma.gK1d5wtf, wur5c,wHo1usiCanNt dvrstarfd thu poouhrxfy of Hwy dmic on Monday mommg. wyr- W1Ys0n, Cafvivrla managyr, who 5LmpM.-s "food for thought." Margaret Lanford, sccrptary, who answvrs the housc phomg wwth "GMS Hwgbj' Sara MMU, secretary, who is notvd for Her timcvsaving dfwcvs. I I Sfumb Fulffm, WM, !',fFif'UfJl15ffJV bm hip Y 5 . ngflsk X ' , Emrvm Gr-qq, whom' sp-'dal MIM- smii ws dwzhvd Out wlth two Hman shvvts of tlwmv papur. Mabwf Huntwr, who f,pvUf1Mzrs In makin dwxmtyf-'wf rvHu'r', furmsh TIM' sugar. Aurrlvn Uaviz, whom- Lvw.'1vy and my mr admwrvd by AN Nw' gfvh. Cv' in . in Q WA gl 3 6 U lfaflwvrfrm Vt1VLrr,wHfu',v fuel ffuv- In P-HGH ful bffnfkrwfmrd rwtvs. Martha MfbIlYv', who wrv-,mls fm parlhnvk-rw levy law TIMES. 0 Vvfmuf, Bk mum, wiwgv JM sn Twrwrw, x5 rvmiclwd OHM by Hu Ycvvv UV affvrfsfhcmY vmrvdwrwwrvfs Alma' Gxbsmw, WHO5-. grvdi dvvoiwcw to fum' ini' vraturv lu known YO aM. Katt' Pcmhy who mfivm warns: "Now, 31:15, you 'rwusf Warn fo admai vmurs-'Nvs fo thu DOSi'WdV WPVXL4. Offjllgfl CZHQUCLQQS Lllllan Tlnornas, wlro rntrodutus a new plrasc of psyclrology unto vaclw lusson, Maude Bolton, wlnosv pct tlvcrnus arc "A Drlvrnrna and How l Got Out of lt" and "My Most Embarrassing Mornvntf' Carolrnv Larundnn, wlro can say "hello" in law' languaqvs. Lrzzabfl Saxon, wlrost' clarly quotation bc- gins "ln tlrs papvr last nlglwt . . Arg., - Al g ,V J. s 4 . 1 U1 v --1 Gaul Hutclwlnson, who can srw and parnt as wrll as spvak Spanish and Frwnctrs Etlwl Coclcrfzll, who lwatvs slarnmvd doors ,almost as much as slw lmyrs HALCYON and lzrvnflw. ' cf Annan Brown, wlrosz' pleasant ways lnayw rnadc nur nnany friends. Carolyn dcloong, wlrosv snort stay wltlr us Wlll always bf' ffnqcnqbfffd. N 4 3 , uf Zia '55-H M' 1, .J- Qf'W'?"' 'wr Y- .'4 S11 C ociaf CS3tMC!l.Q.S' UM! Wfufwlf, whm has fx i,FwvfmY Ilttlv grin for wfnnlw sfudvmi WHO dm zrf? Frm W. MWU-' Rumblrw, whm lf- --pa up WMM M1 thi- wwe and who Has lv-vm frwpf up w'Hw mn HNCJH TIMES Hua yvar. EH'1cNNXfOoH, wlwosv pst prxdv ws Siudcnt Govcrnmurvt. Bk-fthe Cerpvmtvr, who ws cspccuaNy patrnotfc and who says, Munn brmgmg Qirfs to schooN, "Now I worft Haw any Japs rxdmg m my Carf' 1 'An M, nf 'MI f. ', .".fy':',, ,,. ,. ,gn , v my . fa , L, 1.-1 my 1 w' ', ry, I W fm. w w s' 2 f A' I 4' A Sr 1iUf7W h'V. y.f.,vf ..w,:, fn WWE QS .ft if Risk? ex iv: l.aVcrnu Garrvtt, whos-' sootlmnq vovcc and undvrstanding mannvr hrfp tim- out-of-town gwrh ful at honm. Ehzabvtlw Xffullxngton, who nas gxvrn us a most Fvvlpful activity, the Motion Pictuu: Club. Susan Lvonawii, who has such a dvlxgnifui wmv of humor. Wg :QE-s..::a::a: K Q Wg ' san 5 in fi J H iw 'ff F ,-1 Q N 1' X . ,igffz C CIUIICC' -,gl-f x av. 4' 1'.vg.2.Xf . xg. , ' ' - A ilgsfifg k ' .' 5 Nngm '. Q 2: ax Annu' Suv Brown, WMU snyn, HG.-1 ould a P1u5bendHu,'mwnvf" ...W inet wv couWd! Hnzabvfn Willwams, who wg pdwtw and vvrsahlw. Louisv Stakcly, who has many Iwtth- ialcs to MU about Um- twmv when dm- was a Girls Hugh siudvni. fi rw wlwo tlnoug ht all Margnr-'t .nl , ' ' dvnts wvrw pvrtrtct Gxrlf. Hugh ..lu -ff-fbwlorv elm' cams: to Girls Graaf lrtman, wtrosr' pn--.zlon is "Girls, l wan to bv syatvmaticf' favor t th Pxnnis- Dyw McElhc'ny, whos S1'n'yl' of hUVT10V VTlflkk'S l'll'll tn-r audn-nav spar Hugh. llc Vx is worlc Q clcycr 'yvs and klw. ll Stlfl CSS FCI llll ling nt addltion Vera Earncst,wl1o is an ctliclc to our faculty this ycar. Carrie Lindsey, whose typing club can really "play thc keyboard." Mazcl Balmer, whose daily grcctlng is "Good morning, l.adicsl7l" and C0 77fZClf!lCll1Cllfl.CS Committee. c Ctaflun, wlwosc work wrtn ttrr Dftcnsc rps has gryfn Us an opportunrty to tmlp tnv war vt'ort. ss Patton, who rs noted tor nur patrcncf nur work as hcad ot they sdrcdulc Elma Witcncr, who is famous tor ncr after- scnoof tcasgno food. Nan Huckabcc, who warns, t'Grrts, you nccd this for hrglwcr math." Martha Barnss,wt1o has encouraged bank- ing and buying ot war stamps and bonds. Myrtrce Lynch, whose tamitrar cxprcssron is "Girls, I don't bcgficvc you'rc gcttrng this work." s -sv 'S' Tv ,J sf" rm Ufiwww U, WM: Mr. tfmaqhl m wrwnlxmwl ffmvm in lmrvwv Hur mcg. lu My XXUHMH, WMU v,.1Yvmy', rmxrfy Y PM H1 with gm lm mx ww 'mwwrwq ,HMI 1 fwlwvxql k w 3 UIUC' COIIOHIICS ara Ln' Cons, when quwf dignity is admwrrd by al! of us. urHn Ronfm, who lmparts Hn' svirvi, XGIM Vm gomg to MH you sornvfhu COVTIVS ma Cvvwql'1i0n, who wuslmw dw FMU 'J X COU 'RU U Y.f' V ,f if ? and bmw A www sxxtrrn school fads. X O 4" Er 15- zlsic-tmfzysicaf gducatio I1 3 I 2 S ,W Guthrie F terms are "l'1ands3rne" and oster, wlnose tavorite descriptive Betty Roper, who makes art a beautitul part ot everyday lite. Edna Whitmore, who gets sueln time re- sults in mu' tn lc sie y ma ing us sing trom ttie Jliaptiragmu. M areia Weissgerber, whose oretiestra has delighted many audiences tlriis year. aniee Merrill, a twin, who makes gym- nastics "double tum". G hose pet peeve is bad O ertrude Cadwell, w p sture and whose pet girl is the all-round one. "yummy". i UI' EPS 471841 Unwoven threads of human lives Are Freshmen in our midst today: They have before them years to come When life will guide the shuttle's way. Their minds will grow, their views expand Beneath the teachers' watchful gaze, And work and play will twine around Each other in succeeding days. They came to us as "meek as mice" Arid entered here with doubtful minds. They will go forth and will not fail: The thread of life's success still winds. The shuttle flies: the pattern forms. We bid you now as chance arrives l-lold fast your course. Go ever on And weave that pattern of your lives. Q x i L- AQ ,L. - TP' ww. I ""k's 2 r nf! 5 '-' 22'- We' Q' ap, firg 'firm ' , ' 'f B. an f'w"fi5'if3-1' ' " 4 uf . vm Sa K. , V 'Q ,. :f ag r V 'W 3 13 il l R QF' me :- 'PT' my 'pl ,Q ' Q vm wr' .f ,.. A' wwmg 6.3 5 S 3 bf S an .ii y , " :w , 0 I 'T mi Se eq H Rf 11 1:55 . 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FRESI-IMEN are "cute" and active ,wif x I f. W .V n ,,. W , , Q it 1' at ' fu, is 3- . , Y , fa Z, A x ,M- . bi '5 Q , y 2 Q d M A ' W L me 'v 'A 4, I vu M4 'Q , V 'Q , , . gn """w43l'w,, ATV! if ., Tw? 4? wie 'An ,Y . i vf, 1' Vi- 'ki ff " . " ff? sh' '7!',f9W L A fq 1 ,mfjr K f ' ' , ff, lg! ff Q 0 5 f 1 if ,M if X 4 'jf A QL , , . , X ff E 'ffif ,Q J If 1 ry , . ' Q 5 rf, ' 1 1 , If "4 1 ' 1 4, 45, 1 ,fx f ff f vb 1, f W, Q, 1 fwfy' , 'mf ,f 1' 1 91 V 9 Q jar 4 A 1, 1 a .'5f-f- .N , 1 W , Si' 'Q S 59' .4 ,N -f Q.: ,, , iff Avg! 4 fm hvif Q ' W .fy 1' "'dow0'l 6, J O.' fy ' I ! s gs :lv if 1 Y f , If ,' ' I 4 , ' 1 ' , ' . !' .'V,, i ' I. I W I f 1 I' X . 25' .lqI 1,C!SWl. t CLS I'CICl.I'lg 'IOFSCS Qur gunziors Blending love and laughter, Combining hopes and tears, Juniors travel onward To meet they coming years. Vibrant toward the tuture, Inspired by days gone by, They enrich their patterns As fast the shuttles tly. 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X ,, M, xx.- W 3 7 gi A K xl A X ji? 4 A LxV" W X- -'X,, K .if'f"" M. 3 - X 1 , f - 'X ' N-Mg was M,..f'f'!i Mffdfr ,M ffff tens.: rnonnunt before a was announced betwi iors and freshmen in yollvyloall tournament. 'CU B15 Delores Askew, Dorothy Carroll, Miriam Clinlcscales, Louise Daniel, Jaclcie Deloor, Betty Jani: Dericlc, H-:len Dralcos, Mary Ann Foster, Bettye Jcan Graves, Ann Holt, Billie Anne Little, Jean Maguire, Margie Manderson, Hazel Mann, Barbara Nunn, Myrtle Payne, Marjorie Pevples, Mary Louise Rich- MISS MAE CULPEPPER ardson, Delores Sewell, l-lazel Shcaly, Jo Ann Shurnatc, Betty Smith, Juanita 'Sormre La Vwrnr Swords, Teacher Bette Tellord, Martha Ann Vfaggoner, Joy Woodland.i A 'Q NNN B4 appears to study, but . . . 41 Juniors present Mus-, Jwti r future lie.-pr-r ol the zoo- Crow Contvst, of cours z jp' I X ages . vis 4 'qs 93 5 rff 0 lgzigl Q vi Wi We ' 'M ,.'A, ow resemble peacocks plumecf with color bright Qui' QS38I'lt.OI'S Visions ot the tuture, visions ot the past, . Spread themselves betore us, vivid with contrast: Now resemble peacocks plumed with color bright Showing in our patterns mem'ries brought to light. Threads 'ot treshman colors, woven on Kid Day Form the warp foundation, strong, but light and gay. Then the threads ot juniors set in heavier chain Add their colors bolder, and thus our patterns gain. Once again we pause here, and mutely watch the lines Seniors weave in green and white, finishing designs. Graduation's import lends a somber trend Haunting, carefree teelings that know ot high school's end Even though the colors in our patterns dense Represent endeavor's true experience, They are peacock colors-shining bright with pride Over our achievements-and here the thread is tied. ik WAYNE AIKEN JO NELL ALBERT r f BIIIY ADAMS RUTI-I AGNEW LLLANOR ALEXANDER PEGGY ALLEN SALLY ALLEN CLAIRE ALMAND BETTY ANDERSON DELMA ANDERSON I j iii A R XVOXVDA V IIIIIEMA ALMCDN mum ALTERMAN q',.,:.:L ' MMM 'W ,L 44 I GLORIA ANDERSON BETTY ANDREWS JOLAINE BAILEY FAY BALL MARION BANKS CAROLYN BANKSTON rw 'QQ LYNDA ARCHER DAWN ATKINSON SALLY AVERY DORIS BAILEY MARTI-IA BANKSTON JEAN BARBER JEAN BARNES BETTY JOE BARNETT MARY ANN BARKSDALE JO BARRON BETTIE SUE BARROWS HELEN BARTELL MARY ELIZABETH BATCHELOR ALLENE BAYLESS LLIZABETH BEASLEY DOR!S BENSLEY VTRGiNIA ANNE BELL BETTY BENNING 3 ,Nuff N Q 'UW ii ADELE BENTON MARTHA JOYCE BRADFORD BARBARA ANN BRAMBLETT DOROTHY BRASWELL -'f-'-v-- 'H-r MARYLAND VIRGINIA BIGGS EVELYN BILES GENE BOZEMAN BETTY BRADLEY GLORIA BRANNING DOROTHY BRIDGES LOUISE BREWER ANNE BRICE 47 ali, ua M 1' 'Q' PATRICIA BRISCOE DORIS BRITT BERNICE BUREL MARIE BUREL NAN BURKE I-IELEN BURROWES ANNE CARLTON RUTI-I CARROLL MARGARET BUBBICO ANNE BURGESS BEVERLY BURTON WWE JEAN BUCKALEW SARA ANN BURK new A -A-v-' T.. 1 1 V Vs., mln-fp-'L RUTH JUNE. CARSON CHARLOTTE CARVER MUN BETTY ANN CARTER RACHEL CAWTHON JEAN CLAY JOYCE CARTER LOUISA CARTER GLORIA CERNIGLIA AGNES CHAPMAN CAROLYN CLIFT HELEN CLOPTON BARBARA COCHRAN JANE COCHRAN Q Aiwa BOBBIF COHN MARGARET COKER MARIANNE COLEMAN DEAN CONAWAY BARBARA COOK ELIZABETH ANN COOK MARJORIE COOK BETTY CORPENINC5 ELAINE COSSITT JEAN COTTRELL 50 EVELYN COTSAKIS MARY COULTER CLAIRE COWAN POLLY COX DOROTHY CRAWFORD JUANITA CRAWFORD ANNA CRAWLEY MARY S. CREETY JUANITA CROOKS YVONNE CROOM CLANRE CROUCH ELEANOR CROWE JOYCE DAHLHAUS BARBARA DANIEL ,Nix JF? --R 51 V., QM 53' ' :If HARRIET DAVIS BETTY ANN DAY JANE dr LOACI-I JOY DEMPSEY JOANNE DOBBS ALICE DOOLEY 2 I Q MARTHA CAROLINE DEAN MARY FRANCES DEAN BETSY DENNETT ELAINE DORSEY I 9 EVELYN I-IENRIETTA DICKSON DOROTHY DOWLING 'UN SHIRLEY DRUCKER DOLORES DUKES Q 5 S i 'N x. MILDRED DUNLAP BOBBIE DURDEN JOYCE ANN EBERHART ENID ELLIOTT DOROTHY ELYEA LILA ANN ENGLAND DEAN EUBANKS JOYCE EUBANKS NW mf! cw U QA TRIO rfsfy ,L f7-A ANITA FAGELSON JEAN PANT ' 'Ay GRACE G. FERRELL TI-IELMA MAXINE FIELD LUCY FERGUSON MARIE FITTON MARY ELIZABETH FLANDERS ANNA FLANIGEN MARY ANN FOSTER LOUISE FOWLER DOROTHY FRANCIS I-IAZEL ANNE FRASER SUSANNA FRANCO I-IANSEN FRANKLIN Riva. 54 It , MARY CAROLINE GAINES EVELYN GARDNER fl JUNE EUTCI-I KATHERINE GEFFCKEN MARY LOIS GEIGER MARIAN QERSHQN JANE GESSNER MILDRED GIDDISI-I JUNE GIBSON MARY ALICE GILL RES ,H Q ELAINE GIGNILLIAT JANIE GILES F ,- DD Aw 1 f Q 'uf 'N' FRANCES GILLMAN RUTH GRAVES ELEANOR GRIZZARD KATHLEEN HAMBY 9 NORMA GLAZIER LOUISE GRAY ANNE GUERIN EVELYN I-IARDIN f' 3' 5 ' 'rf' -1 an-1 fC3"' S--.nf LQ 3' 5 f JUNE GLENN HELEN GREEN CIBL HALL A Vo' -C. S obj J VIRGINIA GORDON MARY GREEN .1 L bc Q ,J f . :lv 1X FRANCES HARDMAN JEAN HENNING MARY HELEN HARRIS BETTY JANE HENRY CELESTE HESTER QL -A IG QWUQ .4 SHIRLEY HAUGHEE BETTY ANNE HEARD DORIS HERRING JEAN HERRING ZORA HODGES MARJORIE HOFFMAN LOTTIE HOLLINGSWORTH LOUISE HOLLIS ANN HOLT JEAN ANNE HORNE JEAN HOVIS BETTY HUGHES IRMA HULSEY JOYCE HUMAN DOROTHY HUMBER VTRGINIA HUMPHRIES ANN HYDER KATHLEEN HYNDS HELEN IVEY HAZEL JACKSON TSN 58 wwf SARA JACOBS LOIS JAMES MARY FRANCES JARRETT LAURA JENKINS BETTY JOHNSON DOROTHY JOHNSON MARJORIE JOHNSON RACHEL JOHNSON ROSALYN JOHNSON BETTY JONES GLORIA KELLEY RUTH KEMPSON Alu, 59 JIMMIE KNIGHT MARJORIE KNIGHT gl QA JANK KENNQICK OERRY KESSLER ,mme KUNIANSKY WINIEREO LAMBERT LIME NND COKE L, BILLIE ANNE LANDERS BETTY LANKEORO O 1 SARA LEE DOROTHY LEMON FX I f X X J lfcf-Q? KFINHVA LASSNTER LHEAYE LEAKE ,valve I if MARY LEMON LOUISE LEONARD C W A j 9 JN , ,Q I 9 I ROBERTA LETI-IERMON ELAINE LEWIS CHARLOTTE LITTLE LOU LOONEY JUNE LOVETT SARA LOW SARA .JO LUTTRELL MARY LYNN Q I ZUVLFZV LXIDV CHARLOTTE MADDOX PEGGY ELAINE MAPPETT fa? MARY MAGBEE ANITA MAZIAR EVELYN McARTl-IUR JLAN MQCARD 36 ANN MAGRUDER CHARLOTTE MARTIN JLANNE MQCLURE MILDRED MQCORD K I S GERRI MATTEL NELLIE MCAFEE BETTY JEAN MQATEER PATSY MCHAN BARBARA MCLARIN GLADYS MERCK JANE MILLER ELIZABETH ANNE MINOR f I -.I 116.9 l'.i,g if p U LOUISE MELTON SUNYA MENDEL ,, fx- 'I ' .A.. -iff ff! ANN MERCK ANN MILLER JAN EY MILLER JEANNETTE MOORE JACOUELINE MITCHELL RUTI-I MOBLEY X, 1 Ss I 63 Vi' ,E f 3,1 T ,niacin 'X 1' 4. -55.-'I1'. If., N421 4 fl' V' 'lf f ic i iff ff-., 93' A, JO UUUTST MOORE H1-MH MORRIS SHARON NESSEI, lwhl-'KATHY OBRTEN LITRJA MOORE SYLVIA MOTLEY EMMALTNE NORTON BETTY RAE OLDS HELEN MORRIS JO ANN NEELY DRUM! V yayfg MARTLYN MORGAN 50!2QOw5 XA! ANN NTAL PRANKTE NORTON P51051 ,COLA ,,,,..f-- JVQ X ff? 9 X "JUL!A PALMER X ' Y pq--f Arnsfihn I3 JUNE OSP-HELDS ' MARY OWEN JO PATTILLO ERNESTINE PEEK ? xx M0516 LOVER FARRICE OWENS FRANCES PAGE GINGER PAUL ANNE PAUSE ANNE PENDLEY CORAL PETERS MARTHA ANNE PETTIT SUZANNE PINTO ' sul' 'S X 09. Mm A VIRGINIA PITNER PEGGY PITTARD JEANNE PRITCI-IARD TEDDY PROTI-IRO DORIS POLLARD MIRIAM CDUIGLEY CAROLYN RAY VIVIEN REEVES REBECCA ANNE POTTS MARJORIE RAKESTRAW NANCY REED GILDA REY BEVERLY RICE ELOISE RILEY MARY ROBERTS I-IELEN GLORIA ROGERS ANITA ROWLETT MARGARET ANNE SCI-IMID www JD ELINOR RUDISILL BARBARA SALTER PAULINE SCI-IAEFER DOT SEXTON DELL SI-IIPP JO ANN SI-IUMATE If if 67 ii BARBARA SILER BETTY JANE SIMS Hum SMALLEY BOBBTE mum L...,m if MARION SINGLEY DOT SKENE GLORIA SMITH ELLEN SOAST MARY SMTTH JOHNNTE MAE SOUTHER w I ' u MARY ELLA SMITH CAROLYN SNELSON . , . 68 HELEN SPANIER MONTYNE STELLING HELEN STEWART PATRICIA SPEARS EVELYN STEWART MARY LYNN STINNETTE if ..-2'4:i'-G22 BEVERLY JEANNE SPRAYBERRY ROBBIE STANEIEL MARY STEEL KATHRYN STEELE JANE STITH MARTHA JANE STONE Q35 if f 'z A-Q 41" NANCY SURRENCY JANET THOMAS ELIZABETH TURNER ELISE UBELE dh: HENRY THACKER CATHERINE VEA JOYCE THIE L ROSALIE VOLL N BARBARA THOMAS MARGARET JEAN THOMPSON GERRY TYSON BARBARA VOORHEES To -CK- fix SI-TIRLEE JOY WALD DOROTHY WALTERS SARA WARD BETTY WEBB ANNE WALKER BETTY WALKER Qggjilfiieg r-Qifisi at X BETTY BOB WALTERS CLARA WALTON DOT WEATHERLY EVA LEE WEIR CORLYN WEEKLEY LAUREL WEINBERG T1 Yi we 151 all MARJORIE WEST LILLIAN WILDBERGER CATHERINE WILLIAMS ERNESTINE WILLIAMS MARY ELLEN WILLIAMS ALBERTA WILSON NANNETTE WILSON REBECCA WILSON xrxqaf Q ei' ff' JOYCE WILI-IITE FRANCES WILLIAMS MARGARETTE WILSON MARION WILKES GRACE WILLIAMS KATHLEEN WOFFORD GLORIA WOODS as an GERTRUDE WOLSON BARBARA ANN WOOD ANNETTE WORTHINGTON EDITH WORTSMAN LOUISE WRIGHT JANE YANCEY T3 A fp FRANCES WOODRUFF VIRGINIA WRAY MARGARET YARBROUGH BARBARA BRADFORD 4' gg.,,,,- -muiwzg Y' MW 'I I - ! IAP fl I'O0Sf0I' Alf CII1C!l JI'OllC Qur WOHOVS Honors weave with threads ot gold Brighter strands in patterns bold: Lives enriched as shuttles tly Keeping gems that never die. Highest honor ot them all CUM LAUDE lives in memory hall. GOVERNMENT is student pride- Leadership that's glorified. QUILL AND SCROLL is next in line, Helping malce our patterns fine. Science, too, deserves esteem, Adding to the tuture's dream. Journalists of future days Write the news in every phase. HIGH TIMES girls salute their guide, Truth on which they have relied. They who labored long and hard . Bring you precious thoughts to guard "Happy days" and memories dear HALCYON offers to you here. lk ik lk lk We are sure, without a doubt, Here are things to crow about. Like a rooster tat and proud, Seniors' crowing is allowed. Bl TTY FORVFNINCE 9 BETSY lJlNNl1TI l yay, i as , , wif +1 JANE COCHRAN JANE fi.-LoAcH . ..... .,., ,1 AGNES CHAPMAN DOROTHY BRIDGES ANNE CARLTON ln 1923 a chapter ot the national honor society, Cum Laude, was tounded at Girls l-ligh. To each girl outstanding in her scholastic worlc is awarded the coveted lcey ot this society. Because Cum Laude is similar to the national Phi Beta Kappa society, it is lcnown as the junior ot this esteemed organization. ULA ANN ENGLAND UXNDERS E MARY ELl7-'XBEW HAZEL ANNE FRASER SWRLEV ANN D QUCKER 76 Kmuerune QEPF CKEN HELEN IVEY WINIFRED LA ' MM" GLADY5 MERCK s MBERT JEAN ANNE HORNE .lOl-lNNlE MAE SOUTHER The aim of Cum Laude is to encourage and reward scholastic ' DOT SKENE achievement. The girl who receives the reward must maintain a high scholastic average throughout her three years at Girls l-ligh. The members with pride wear their lceys, symbolizing their salient achieve- ment. JEAN NE six THQMPSON JPN BETTY B OB WALT ERS T7 TH K ATHRYN srsgig URGESS ANNE CARLTON JANE AQLOACH N . l Xu .N ' 4 -f K I BETTY BEN NING WAYNE AIKEN iew PANT PAY BALL ouitt AND An honor that Girls t-ligh journalists may receive is election to Quill and Scroll, a national high school journalistic society. Those who achieve this high distinction are well rewarded for their ettorts because Quill and Scroll is one ot the highest honors Girls High Otters. MARY ELIZABETH FLANDERS FRANCES HARE KATHENNE GE 2 MORN ANNE RAN ROSALYN JOHNSON SCRCDLL 5XNX 096 WINIFRED LAMBER WE T To attain membership in this society one bright color to the design. must excel in scholastic accomplishments as well as in journalism. As we near the culmination ot our high school patterns, the girls who have received their Quill and Scroll lcevs have added another BETTV BOB WALTERS E DITH WORTSMAN DO QOTHY W ,su ERS , , ANN MERCK WMA v-..,::--wg,f GLADYS MERCK Y: sligxl DQT . W ALT ERS BETTY BOB Preixdenk of Student Body C-iii 51 :af-3561 'l HARRIET D A VIS Presfdenf f o Student Government kia Xi GXLES JANE ' Q Most Rapr esentakxv iq! Xl x -Qxfqkgg w ' Qi .X x X .X 5515 f . - X . X Q-X ' X. NX X RX 1 E x x W Es? Y 4 i . pff ASLUVJ R 'J' 5 f -v""" . -X. JANE de LO xieecaxe Moms Most Pxttrackkve JANEY Most Talenfeo' MILLER M,Q,ywfw,gLjf ?j wp ffyfyf y P W ff! My f MMM! My wfmf MM vm 'af X KX J' 'Aj Y f U , y 1 ff Az 'j Jgiih Nik 5 4 I W P' Ii A, ' 'N fvifyjymfig X .1 ,N , QQ' Wi if JK CHXDYS NEPCV M X XX MA Most Lovabfe RIE FITTCDN N DOT SHUQ NNOSK PNXNQKXC I-IARRIET LOW, EDDITI-I BLAIR, and MARY PCULOS, High Ereshmen. LAURANNE VALENTINE, NANCY SMITH, and SHIRLEY EORD, Low Freshmen. Egest zitizens JANIE GILES, Choice of Faculty and Students. MARIE EITTON and DOT WEATHERLY Seniors. JANIE KELLAM, ANNE ROBERTS, and MACKIE WILKES, Juniors. 9 X! My Q,-7w1,a. 'Of UQUJUXIUNIEEUQEHS-Ulf? QQZWZQM, ffm gm zdzdffuqx Wfwidrnacv J df 13, g J WW WM Q1 0LLm7"""""'t'ff lJfDPl's BPHT 'Ji rviw Mi firliir HARRILT DAVIS aim Bog wfmms WWIE Guts fbrniiur M,-mhm QW STUDENT Under the sponsorship ot Miss Ethel Woolt, Mrs. Kate Poole, Miss Aurelia Davis, and Miss Lizzapel Saxon, our Student Government has taught us to be democratic. Beginning with the election ot the two lieutcnants at the tirst ot the semester and ending with the presentation ot the awards, each DRCJTHY NXXIATHTNY fi- riifii Mi rrrliii semester is replete with student participation. The black and gold armbands worn hylthe licutenants and letter 'x N s, r 1 - ,, " X u-' ini, AN NT Rrngpms fiinyu, M1 WI 'J K., Jlrnifiy M ig- HAPPY iuOwi5 vmb,, MATQTHA WTLLTAMSON I r .lim C' Mvmt'ovi L MARIE FITT PN FW A L ff 1 ON Letter Girl Plea e er Girl Head N lW3l'PXRl r V Nyzmbz Freshman LAURANNE VALENTIN E Freshm GGVERNMENT girls serve as a constant reminder ot the high ideals tor which Student Government strives. The Student Government organization, which includes every mem- ber ot the school, malces new regulations, suggests changes in old ones, and keeps the student body and teachers in harmony. lt can truly be said that Girls l-ligh Student Government is the beginning ot enlightened and etficient citizenship tor the students. an Member 5 EDDITH BLAIR Junior Member I mmf ii A 5 sr S we usb PXCXQXE Xwlniogr Mlunlol Me POW siflllttg embzl rw shman in us s M. L DOT SKENE ANNF CARLTON EDITH WORTSMAN PAY BAL ldilrir in Chnl Businwss Manager Litvrary Editor Copy Editor Hi an 9' ANCYQ HA ROMAN c1AWW ANNE PQ8! RTS My-RCK 8 ln one boolc, the HALCYON statt presents to the senior class ot l94! UI' a review ot the past year, a summary ot the year's pattern. Thi l-lALCYON'S capable adviser is Miss Ethel Coclcrell. The art statf i assisted by Miss Katherine Comfort, while all literary work is approver by Miss Emma Gregg. inspired by these three taculty members, thi irls have worlced to produce a souvenir ot days gone past. Eac rv ONNE CRO OM ANNE LOW O RN xx fkllxu Qtlxlxtlx UAT LUCY ANNE FUNDERBURK ANN M AGRUDER D ORXS BR X K, if JACQUELINE MITCHELL JIMMIE KNIGHT WAYNE AIKEN ANNE BURGESS Art Editor Advertising Manager Picture Editor Malre-up Editor CYCDN statt member worlced hard in order to pay her tribute to the taculty and the senior class ot Girls High School. May the girls ot today and the women ot tomorrow who will look through the record ot the triendly, lively spirit, typical ot Girls High, recall their pleasant high school days. Lu cy AMMO 3ETTy Bo B WALTER5 A, EV Joys Mcorferri XI writ HAZE L BER MAN BARBA RA MERRIOTT AW E STXTH BETTY COH EN nw? N -1" MANY ll! Ffwisiii r ,s iriiiii, ,,, , ,H4l3ANi,rri5 Kfxll ll,RlNf, Cil FFQKEN "fi my Edirm s Y WALTER JEAN RO-YH V Assn ' fFANT DO ' , , Bilsinvss MHU59' ' U5 -' Editor WHICH .MAN ANNE, Under the sponsorship ot Miss Catherine Parlcer and Miss Sarah Fulton, the l-HGH TIMES Statt does its best to lceep us intormed ot the numerous activities in our school. The unending deadlines, the numerous holes to be tilled, and the unceasing news stories and editorials to loe gathered, all lceep the l-llGl-l 'l'lMES Statl on the run. QF' q ACH ne fl-LO. , lAF,atur-' Edlui aioien N-'wi mira, K Rosfimv .ioursisorsi i-caturr: Editor E for 0' art rr! r av' il CK BETTY BENNING Alggpyliilsu Copyrcadcr TIMES That l-HGH TIMES "closes" the building is a saying which is certainly true. Almost any atternoon, one can tind the girls laboring endlessly and tirelessly in Miss Parlcer's room. K ANNE GWR , ExchaVU3Q Managu We, ot Girls l-li h, owe much to our news a er tor 0,8495 9 rv rr CW 4,94 . . d,- consolidating the numerous colored threads ot our for ,wfoigk Pattern into 6 picture Sreat to behold. qdfsf l WINIERED LAMBERT Associate News Editor N AROLI Pililnior Editor Advgfgfsmlvg EDEN5 NX. HAPPY DOWIS Advbrtising Manaq 8 MTDGEYCV QW ECtl.Vl.tt.8S Like a mighty octopus With many outstretched hands Beckoning to everyone Are our activity' strands. All our patterns are alike As basic standards go, But in weaving leisure's threads Our varied tastes we show. Outdoor hikes and volleyball l-lave great appeal for some: Others find that singing songs And acting are more fun. Sportsmanship and unity Gained from practice long Set the pace for future years And make our patterns strong. 'H :,x, , . jg, Q - ,S , 1 I f ,Wm-mwz-an MW, V My. M www 4mM,w4fmw STUDENT GOVERNMENT STAFF L, ft Tu mght, hwlirwqz Shviy Fwd, Eddith BTaur .... Sfat-'dz Maru' Fulton, Hamut Dawg, Brfiy Bob Wkfitl-v',, Lum. Ciilwu ..., Sfandlnqz Dons Butt, Annv Robvrh, Martha Wlllxamscvm, Happy Downy Dofmilwy XXfwaHwrTy, Dome Davus. , f IVES ASSMABLY REPRESENTAT h Bob Wal . , But 'nt at d' Floranr. Lacouf tx n Stvhl L Ti to HQ 'B' U I. Starvdung: Ka YY U 'H X. fi Tifffmi W, ' giwwvwagfv .. if f M ,WM 'f 4. rj, 1 41 ..,': 12f,A " ' " 9? 1 hm' BMW Bmmbfxox, I 5 .Bvvvr1Y RICH. BAN, ,ly Kahn, 5Wez?f ,-3023" I W if as mx! LFTTPR p,RL frm.1,,fWl -71i7,,, M ' urs, V -1, , '-q1Pf1rwf,',, F'Uca L , W. K. H M , k,U,L,l W' .:H,! M fmbvr VT " "V Fufrfu, gl LUCY Arm, HALCYON CLASS AT WORK T-HGH TIMFS STAFF Lvft to vwght, scatcd: Mary Efxzabcfh Fflmdvfs .... Standmg: Juan Pant, Rosa- lvm Johnson, Jam' d-'Loaclm Winifrcd Lambvrt, KaHm'rwn.' G-'T'flu'r1, Doi Walilyrs ,E MOTION PICTURE OPERATORS Lffi HCT, we-.-an to rughtz Simdwy Johnucwm, Dmrig Tm Dorothy Bridgvs, Anna Crawhy Xxfylvm' WT5-', Jrvyrw Atwmxd. xx L-H '1,uqN'AN M v law 8.11 LN LLUB W , Ry QAPU -, fyxrpwr, wif,uMfXN V.xi,mww vb Mf"W'LRw' L.-.u..f. E Q xx! ""'Ad1VWX ww Shmdmql I v "' MHq,f,'w W ' ' 'X X KH X Mawr., M1 lrwkm MMWNV bin Pwr-,rv Pdly lon 5 M RED CROSS OFFICERS Lnrmurvx, Saglfgf Avrr . R L1-ff HCM 102 fn E ECQN MartLfHLysnidf.-dP3'!fCS CLUB 0 4 rms' Bly ln.. A F A.. ary Fran: s CKMHAIIM B-Hy Pviww Shu! N Y , 4 X. -,, 'fw Cf,-,gn"w. , H6595 fb ef.-aw-Cgfaid mo 'V' 5 141 M., . ppm X an if-w Aww L 11 To uqhfi Mmyurw Rnkvfyimw, OFFICERS M V- rdurv ROUVVM' Patmkm LM XmYW1m - ORCHESTRA Spam Bxwmy www 2 5 E v l- VK hh fn Hqht RQ DEFENSE CORN O , Jw I: Pdffi Jw F Ari Q MFHQERS M1 H H M f Ol rmva, Umcfh D, , , df wa dr 1, .... Rc'1w35fxwiid FvL1!JT,,,, 'tl W 'V' x' ll 2. ,WAV ffwb no 'Umm GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Q,-...M L. IUNIK YJ mv , v SENIOR DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS Lvft to vxght: Mary Ellzabrih Hand-'rl La Faye' Lvalcu. FRESHMAN DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS Lcfi to rzgbi, smtfd: Ann Compkon. . . Sfanding: SaHy 'NAomr.:flnld, Avalc Dcfmi VGFI VICTORY CORPS CLASS 1 G. H. A. A. SPORTS LEADERS Luft to right, kncclmg: Martha William- son, Gungvufva ArnoNd .... Standing: Glona Nash, Gram FvrwH, Jam' Snarlwy :MJ XB F' J G.H.A.A. OFFICERS W -A . to right: Ann Slnivcrs, Ann Msg li Carolyn Morsu, Mary Ffa Smith, J ,E ' -1 - R 5 x J W' P V- 4. ,, 'QF ,RN ,Y A' 7' V Q , I Y 1 BANK OFFICERS I If I vIqI'I: Sum Jw LIIIIIIII, .I.nr1 LMIILII. 'ASM , 'fb ' CAFETLRIA GIRLS L.'It L0 rwglwl, svahkdi Dmotlwy JoIm5Lm, Wd I'IuIf,vy .... SLar1dIr1gZJanv Aqmrw Marvom Bnulm, L3moII1y LIOWIIIIQ. RETAIL SELLING CLASS uI""-' SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS Lott to rrght: Loss James, Betty Walker, CorIyn WzclIey, Barbara Marriott, I-IcIcn Iycy, TI'1cIma Fleld, Jane StItI'r, Dorothy Bridges. TYPING CLUB GIRLS Kathryn Stf:eIC, I"IaZeI Bryant, Kath- crsrrr Elizabeth Suggs, Junrr Lovett, Brtty Arrdcrson. Iqft LIBRARY CLUB OFFICERS IO rrgtrt: Dorottry N.-Iam Graydon, Barbara I-Iardy. ,.,....-,-v-P' ,411 4: --sl H -. ,Siam PLFDGING HLLEGIANCE Z,m,.4, ,av q....---- L' LIE' HRE INSPIRED BHCKING THE' ATTACK K' N' 17' Ja 1. ff? nw V v .LEM A.-Mm? ' 3 4- ,K ,f f, ,, mp-,. ! W F , 1 f-Q E 'Y xv WW V qi! , . ff ,, v V- 1 M1Wf',.1jg. sm f A L Q' ' 'ff f ,' an , . ,Qs A - Y 1 Lf' , 4 Q M if -.-: E 'f vi Q X payer E fi gi K . I I ,.. ..- 2 g11gw,,:'?f..i-ilxg 1 -Q A J . Pf 4 i x W , W M. R gg. by I f I 1' EL gw iygwkikf' 'an K .,,fwg'?!1 fgisl' '- Q RH:-1 V' - X, ' ' - 5 ' , .. x g jgmfz X X f . V 5,52 R .N . 1 gl ' L,,?w N f 1 'N Q F1 A .h iw 1 ,Q g S ,, I . Q ak' V mtg:-If Y 4 'fA- -1, 'L' 1l,j V --Wg f-,f ..-,-gg, K i TIN -CHN5 FOR VICTORY AFTER-SCHOOL WORK 4Q' ' H5 surfers ,mf AH 3 5 f Q VVS 25 x,Nm,,wmf, me . LL L r V M W ,. L M X WW 4, . 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THE UESTINGHOUSE PLHQUE PARE-N'-I-45 NIGHT lb cossfrr Amo 51555 U HER 'KFIDDZF' 5HE5 vor IPHVTHP7 2 g kv XE THE B15 THREE - x MEISSGERBEIQ SOPKIIXZ AND SPEHRS ff J BLOM cms, BLOW- SPHHQ5' HND SHLTFR ROBERTS AMD Qfefmyfyfv HXT rw MGH NOTE ,Q g , 15' N Q ,qt 5 Q , 1 U3 , 'Q sz 'f f v - ' q , . MM ,. . 'W 'IQ 1 ,Q 3 4. if ' M ff 1 ,X x 'ff M . , ff ,,, THE JL-'NIORJ "Bucs BUlVAlY'7-HUD 'fn' LA FIJYE' MADAME LODN7'-TICK PFRFORMS f"' Mu i 'ky Nj: ' L 1: LP TELL ALL L . ..,. V , 4 K ' sf CAMPAIGN I NG 505 pgyvgg SENIDRS CHAT - I - v we Pam, Q Q L, gn.. :,L-:..g ' 1 5 HM rwiQv-5EN10.3 Lnucns ATFROSH GI-l.H.A. FOR ALL 1 4. r FIVE HAPPY cLuL3z3Ens ...1 as .15 1' ul 5 ff ? DUAL PE' RSONI-IL! TIE 5 .STUDENT GOIIERNMENT MODEL S Q "GRA NDMH PULLS THE 5T1?1rvo " v "U LVNJQ Q E--1 -'fc-br IT! " 4"""'b7vf Mof?f MINUTE ! H , Lg ,Flff- E-5-H-?V- fl ' N .' WHTCH THE' BALL! IQ. QQ aa Q Mcfwg -N5'g,.1'.i7l LJ!-IATTH SERVE .' ggmons How THEIR MKATH. WIR5 ITV TERM 1' QM 5 THE vfc7'oR'S - TUNIORI vm, Jffwons ,I THE IUDG-5.5 .7UNl0R CHEERLEADERS SENIOR TEAM i-11--f If-.mmm 'f 4 si s 'V L M. , JW, V ff ,V - ,W Y I1 I4 .j,q,.ni"' gif? .'.v'P"' ' mmf '4 nw f 9, ' 'NAL' Y ' ' TlAED,HUH? Q . 2 i E 5 N ' CHROLYN 5Tf2IKE'5 9 45' sszvrbfe 5P1Rrr TII3-TOP HT 1.1-uf .1 " Q ,, Myg 5' Q ' Q-fx. ' lffg ' !. -14555511 A H' X " i f L A 7llME our C3ULL'5 E YE lb' 'X X HILL IAMJOIV. THE CHR MP JEEVN' DOUBLE ' W5 Sify ,151 N ,QQ M it 'wif www .Q Q bbbq x 4 Q X . pk A Avy w ' . ,, '33 , 14. f' W- Qx 'i K -fi? ww f Ax yi . R"f' , sttu- .L by f W , - , ,hy x hy by 3 g Q , Q.. X A S n I q. H5 i ,m,SL E , x Nfiifig s i Egg. ,,,. w, as 'A 455' fil?'R':?fki"f Q" QQQQQE XQ ?WBQ?xJmF NCONGRHT5 AN .M nvrenss Tnv 0 ? sums ll: BEVERLV 1 nf GURG-LE, CURGLE IN APPRECIATICDN On behalf of the HALCYON Staff and the senior class of Girls High School, I wish to extend my deepest ap- preciation to the following business concerns and in- dividuals who have so generously given us ads, thereby making it possible to publish our 1945 HALCYON. JIMMIE KNIGHT, Advertising Manager. DISTRIBUTORS OF... CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH CARS Distributors for Willard Batteries PARTS WHOLESALERS Chrysler Corporation Products 1 SERVICE ON ALLiMAKES OF CARS HARRY SIIMMERS, INC. 446 SPRING STREET, N. W. JA. 4770 I . . . OIX I io QIIX Mas. EMMA MCGAUGHEY JUNIOR and CHILDREN'S SPECIALTY SHOP 11547 'GACHTRCP 1073 Peachtree St. : Atlanta, Ga. R COMPLIMENTS OF Fashions for the Smartest Girls in School l l AT' 3423 ll! Ill Amr Meir Aeaufg Long ago brides made F reernan's famous for fine diamonds. This reputation multiplied by the years makes Freeman's dmmonds traditional with brides of the Southland. Today, as in long generations ago, we are ready: to help you with comprehensive and leisured selec- tion of a half-carat stone or a fifty-carat gem . . . or any ring, bracelet, watch or other diamond-adorned jewelry. For over sixty years F reemarfs has sold only the finest in diamonds. 'X ,fNAfKx."N 553513559 l B R A N lp E S couvekss cones: Incorporated SPARTANBURG, SoU'rH CAROLINA An Outstanding Liberal Arts College for Women Progressive F u r s in Education, Rich in Fine Tradition FOR CATALOGUE WRITE 218 Peachtree Street, N. E. M. GWATHMEY, Presaient C O M P L I M E N T S To the sehioricl:tS'sQ goodiwikhes . . . OF . . . 'T LA - sends them alllto you.. H. KESSLER I 'A Pi 1 AT WHITEHALL and HUNTER A - 7 T H R I F T Y T I M 9 S C A F E DRESSES, COATS AND SUITS - SPORTSWEAR MY SHOP, INC. GOOD FOOD For the Young Set H E . 9 3 2 9 114-1 Peachtree St., N. E. 173 Peachtree ATLANTA C - 4 We have had just LOADS of fun L E M A S We've quite, enjoyed our stay And so to you, dear G. H. S. We've only this to say: and BRIDAL PAIRS You're the best school in the world You we just ADORE, . And to each girl within your walls 128 Peachtree ' MA' 7922 BEST WISHES from C - 4. MC NTAGS l-iaslwiomalvle Wvifing Dapevs CORRECT FOR ALL SOCIAL CORRESPONDENCE n 0 n A ND . . . DGQGT SCl'lOOl goods THE KIND YOUR MOTHER AND DAD USED 44 44 44 MONTAC3 BROTHERS, lnc. ATLANTA GEORGIA . S BALLAIIIVS K E S S L Whitehall at Hunter A t 1 a H t a Dispensing Opticians LADIES' DRESS DEPT. COMPLIMENTS ...0F... C-l UPTICAL CIIMPANY . . . THREE STORES . . . 105 PEACHTREE ST., N. E. MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING W. W. ORR DOCTORS BLDG. -ii- ROXY DELICATESSEN CO. Imported Delicacies : Hors D'Oeurves, Italian Spaghetti COLD DUTCH PLATES for PARTIES 1011 Peachtree, N. E. 0 HE. 4646 -1 COMPLIMENTS ...0F... A-13 COMPLIMENTS OF... TENTH STREET THEATRE A COMMUNITY THEATRE ----aa For Campus Charm . . . TOILETRIES for the "TEEN-AGERS" To add a touch of smartness to School Day attire . . . and a bit of sophistication to those special dates. LIPSTICKS by world famous makers DUBARRY 0 LENTHERIC COTY ' REVLON 0 YARDLEY and other favorites FACE POWDERS AND ROUGES- In shades to blend with-and accentuate your own natural loveliness. BATH 'LLOVELIESU for all day freshness DUSTING POWDERS- Dainty - scented SOAPS In flower fragrances all girls adore I. Fl N 2"ZL'.S.iL'35.? 1l ik Chapman Realty Company R e a I f o r s . SALES ' RENTS ' LEASES PROPERTY MANAGEMENT -lv 71 Forsyth St., N. W. MAin 1638 ATLANTA COFFEE AND TEA CO. Southeastern Band Instrument Co ROASTERS OF SOUTHEASTERN MUSIC COMPANY E U R E K A C O F F E E Sales : Service : Repairing : Plating : Lacquenng 979 Peachtree HE. 0034- 307 Peachtree St., N. E. Atlanta, Georgia POSTER COLORS : BRUSH ES : ART SUPPLIES MILTON BRADLEY COMPANY 384 FUIIIIEST AVENUE. N. E. SCHOOI SUPPLIES GAMES for Children and Adults tonnztto, Phone AT. 5703 MORNING GLORY SANDWICHES Established 1923 SERVED IN OUR CAFETERIA Manufactured by FULTON SANDWICH CO., IIIC. 1075 Peachtree, N. E. ATLANTA CRISWELUS HENRY ' WIXEXI P I E S ir J. P. Stevens Engraving Uompany ESTABLISHED 1874 WEDDING, RECEPTION, VISITING CARDS MONOGRAMMED STATIONERY -lui- Store Location IIO Peachtree Street ATLANTA At Peachtree Street Entrance Piedmont Hotel Building COMPLIMENTS 0F Consolidated Distributors, ii 666 PARKWAY DRIVE, N. E. it COMPLIMENTS OF . . . 0 I ORKIN EXTERMINATING CU., INC. - PEST CONTROL SERVICE Telephone: WAlnut 1050 Address: 315 Peachtree Street, N. E. COMPLIMENTS I 0,9 I Need we say NOFU' C-9,sthebest? We're the class Ll That leads the rest! OVCZ Q I ' CONGRATULATIONS I' CZS S 491' Q TO TI-IE CLASS OF CJl7Hf?Clllgl I 94,5 I gsgyfgwi Q rg 3 5:53, A E D X . A , je . "'?3E22!.1.1"' CORNER, WHITE!-lAL.L ATVD ALABAMA s'rs - GENERAL SPECIALTY COMPANY Manufacturers and Distributors Banners, Pennants, Flags, Felt Novelties, Plain and Fancy Embroidery . . . Chenille and Felt Letters and Emblems . . . Celluloid Buttons and Badges . . . Gold and Silver Embossing . . . Gifts . . . Party Books. COSTUMES FOR RENT FOR BALLS 72 Broad Street, N. W. WAlnut 5121 ATLANTA, GEORGIA -ii COMPLIMENTS OF . . . DRAUGHON SCHOOL OF COMMERCE ERLANGER BUILDING -lv COMPLIMENTS or . . . DORIS FULLERTON SHOP -1 1 ST U D E N T S! PRESERVE-W the memory of your school days. Ex- change photographs With your school- mates. These will grow dearer with time. You might as well have the best so call us today .... o Tnnley Myron Studia 117 PEACHTREE STREET WA. 3878 O I O From us to you COMPLIMENTS soon LUCK!-C-2 ...0F... 0 -11 CAPITOL FISH COMPANY CUMPLIMENTS . . . B A C H T H E A T R E S - 1- 'I-I-IE STATE Ut GEORGIA HAS ENLARGED THE UNIVERSITY CENTER IN ATLANTA TO INCLUDE- JLINIQR GGLLEGE Fon DAY CLASSES GEORGIA EVENING GQLLEGE EVENING CLASSES GirIs I-Iigh now has the Iargest representation in the big enroIIment ot 2,600 students attending Junior College and Georgia Evening College. B - 2 Some may B-2 young ' Some may B-2 old But we couldn,t B-2 quick To wish you success untold. C 0 M P L I M E N T S . . . . 0 F . . . COMPLIMENTS QF... MACK TRUCKS Hotel 81 Restaurant Supply Co. 382 West Peachtree N. W. . WAInut 74-51 CENTRAL JEWELRY COMPANY C 0 M P L 1 M E N T 5 Cornerof ...0F... PEACHTREE and HOUSTON DIAMONDS RINGS WATCHES P 1 N S BLUE PLATE FO0DS, INC To the class of '45- Congratulations true: For you have passed in all your work- COMPLIMENTS OF Examinations, too! SYLVAN THEATRE "May Good Luck be your pilot Your course be straight and trueg May you meet with Great Success K . . U In everything YOU do-" The Aristocrat of the Neighborhoods B-4 1 IERSEY ICE CREAM CCD. - - ,,l,., . ---- fl 784 N. Highland Ave., N. E- il- ATLANTA, GEORGIA 'A' Telephone ' I-IE Ol25 ff Fred E. Smnling Major F. W. .Ymnlinrg P TOM SI-A1-E WEINSTOCK'S ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT CO. ATLANTA,S FAVORITE FLOWER SHOP 592 Peachtree, N. E. 8 Peachtree Street ATLANTA, GEORGIA Atlanta, Ga. I WA. 0908 "Radio,s our Business, not a sidelinev B A M E S , I N C . H Radios 0 Electrical Appliances 0 Phonograph Records "B" IS FOR BEST 1" IS FOR FIRST Sales 0 Service B-'I IS FIRST 60 Broad Street, N. W. WA. 5776 ATLANTA, GA. And we're always first MAYO 81 STEPHENS WELDING CO. JA. 4083 Night Phone AMherst 3104 . Boiler and Tank Repairing : Electric and Acetylene Portable Wvlding Machines for Outside Work 454 Marietta Street. N. W. TO BUY... WCC-Syearsofworkandfun Have quickly passed away Northside Homes AndsotoMrs.Lammersdear We say good-bye today. or Apts. call C-3 W. H U Ii E B L ll I H y Look for the Red Truck on the Package . . . Then buy HE. 2IO3 WA. 5477 . G 0 R D 0 N 9 S CAKES, CANDIES ' ASSORTED NUTS ' SALTED PEANUTS ' PEANUTS GOBDON FO0DS "TRUCKS SERVING THE SOUTH" CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR . . . SENIOR CLASSMATES from C-8 BEST WIS!-IES . fri TO THE CLASS OF '45 B - 6 66 99 Have a Coke I fm ,, ul It's the friendly hi gh-sign MAKE ART YOUR PROFESSION Increasing demand for well-trained artists in industry and the war effort. Certificate, Diploma, B. F. A. and ll. M. A. Degrees offered in our Combined Course in Advertising and Fine Art Fully accredited by the State Iloard of Education and member of the University Center of Georgia. Previous t training not neces- sary. Our graduates hold excellent po t Free Placement. Moderate Tuition. PLAZA THEATRE Direction: EVINS AMUSEMENT CO. ATLANTA, GEORGIA EARL W. HATHCOCK, Manager HE. 9361 HE. 4278 WINTER SESSION: SEPTEMBER 10, 1945--MAY 31, 1946 HERRINGTON 81 MULLINS S. S. Standard Oil Products ATLAS TIRES, BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES Cars Called for and Delivered Day Classes in Advertising Art. Lettering, Design, Figure ll g Virginia si Highland Aves' ATLANTA, GA Fashion Illustration, Portrait and Still Life Painting. Evening Classrm in Figure Study and Portrait. junior Classes for Children. SUMMER SESSION! JUNE 18, 1945-JULY 27, 1945 Friends may come and friends may go, But others like you we'll never know. So best wishes dear Senior classmen, Through the years 'til we meet again. Day Classes in Advertising Art. Figure Drawing, Fashion Illustration, Portrait and Still Life Painting and Outdoor Sketching. C - 6 lligh Musemn School of Art 1262 Peachtree Street, N. E. COMPLIMENTS 01" . ATLANTA : GEORGIA WIN A S750 THREE-YEAR SCHOLARSHIP. ENTER THE RICH'S SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST. AFRIEND Phone .lAekson 0416 1166 EUCLID AVENUE, N. E. Clairmont Dairy Perfectly Pasteurized Grade "Av Milk and Cream 0 We Use Class-Lined Equipment 0 Our Milk is Pasteurized, Filtered, Cooled, Bottled and Capped by Modern Machinery Pasteurized Milk is the safest for all ages-Ask your doctor or health officer. ??f9'9E?E-'FTYEQFSY ?G??iCiTi7'-2ff'5t? S's2f9":'T??S-?'TfQf3? QFPTER Qaacfuaje Za QZunukw.4? BIG STAR LITTLE STAR ROGERS STORE ES-of 'E?:9?:6FP.'-?"E:Q-6?-Q Ef?f5S'r1?"P."5E'RQ EQ?6-"fPr':'-f3f??' AG ES SUUTT UULLEGE DECATUR, GEORGIA 'k AGNES SCOTT COLLEGE has found the graduates of Girls High School most satis- factory in every way-well prepared, full of enthusiasm, and ready to take leading parts in all college activities. We always give G. H. S. students a cordial welcome. 'k J. R. McCAIN Box 6-H PRESIDENT FURNITURE OF CHARACTER ON EASY TERMS :fix X'-' Two 5" ' 1 - 'WISE xml' 'H Convenient 3 . to Serve 3!i:i!5ll Hl3il!Ell!i HHH' TZWTZTH F 13' '- you .3,sL1p1lwzs1EEH.r-yg,,..m ami, lilllllljllliilnlih, :,: A ' - I ! . 'T . " f . I f., , ' MAIN sions 'lllg'3i?l'l'lf.'fil'f 131 iw , Ed 4 A . gd Pryor St. 9 BUCKHEKIRANCH 3031-ma P achfrec Rd. I FURNISHING HOMES SINCE 1885 WE TOP 'EM ALL EH!-15. .WALKER HUIJFI li IIUIVIPA Y ROOFS FOR EVERY TYPE BUILDING e 141-3 Houston Sr reer , N. E. WAI 5747 ATLANTA 36 YEARS OF BUSINESS INTEGRITY 249 peachiil IRITTEEJ-J-Jun ATLANTA 1: GEORGIA A A private Business College ot' high standing offering 8 courses In Business Training. Accreiliteml lr the American Association of Commer- Y cial Colleges. Member Atlanta thamber of iommerce, 1-eorgia Associa- tion Private liusiness Schools, and National Council Business Soho I MRS J F MARSH President STEPS TO A PATTERN WILL NOT MAKE YOU A DANCER David's Expert Lessons in Balanced Steps of WALTZ-RHUMBA, TANGO, FOX TROT and even JITTERBUG Will Make You the Graceful Dancer. Private Individual Lessons or a Group of Friends by Appointment. David's School of Dancing I MAIA 6159 : zzew Peachtree sr., N. E. C - 5 CONGRATULATIONS to the Seniors' For success we know you'll strive, So good luck we send your way, And best wishes from C-5. For Finer Quality Jewelry and Sterling Silver YOU NATURALLY THINK OF ll 0 L Z M A N ' S Established Since 1897 IS ONE OF AMERICA'S FINER JEWELERS 29 Broad Street, S. W. Near Alabama A-15, A-16, A-17, A-18 Success, Happiness, and Good Luck TO THE SENIORS FROM THE LOW JUNIORS HARRY F. DOBBS, Inc. 240-44 Ivy Street, N. E. WA. 4451 : ATLANTA, GA. RESTAURANT AND CAFETERIA SUPPLIES DECATUR : GEORGIA DR. LIIVICK ll. WILLIAMSIIN Optometrist and Optician Phone MA. 1266 1030 First Nat'l. Bank Bldg. ATLANTA, GA. COMPLIMENTS ...0F... Zaban Storage and Transfer Co. 262 Garnett, S. W. WA. 2701 L. Gr. BALFOUR COMPANY OFFICIAL IEWELER ...oF... GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL o R. T. Randall Georgia Representative 436 ALLENDALE DRIVE ATLANTA, GEORGIA CRescent 1513 WHITE WILL GO TO YOUR HEAD THIS SUMMER, O YOU CAN THRILL OVER THE HUNDREDS OE LOVELY S U M M E R IIATS . . . at . . . ATLANTA'S NEWEST STORE CRACES HATS II PEACHTREE ST., N.E. Opposite Arcade 'Ti i , - L A , -C E , r-'ix2Q.:X'551'is?-5 Y ?2:s'!2fs!2:i:s!E:s"' 421' xif if XT, if Q, ,-,-s-,-X f ,Ax-fs-,-x:,-Q ADAM -llA'l'lI IIIIMPA Y REAL ESTATE SALES if WAlnut 54-77 201 Hurt Building :Q :::1::::::1E::?-T cE:::E:::E::1E:::E:::1t - -7- -v, xv, xi :X 'ZX , --, xv, -,, -Y, xr, X ? .ll-4 Fulton Supply Company Industrial : Textile : Contractors Supplies and Machinery MOLER SYSTEM OF COLLEGES THE STANDARD IN BEAUTY CULTURE AND BARBER TRAINING DAY CLASSES - FREE PLACEMENT SERVICE! Call, Phone or Write for Free Booklet 342 Marietta St. : JA. 3209 : Atlanta, Ga. COMPLIMENTS lIORNE COAL C0. CONGRATULATIONS TO Tl-IE SENIOR CLASS ...irom... C-14 Atlanta Novelty Company Walter L. Richards, Proprietor ADVERTISING NOVELTIES : PRINTERS Walton Building Phone WAlnut 9343 ATLANTA, GEORGIA COMPLIMENTS IDEAL ICE CREAM C0t BEST WISHES TO THE SENIOR CLASS ...Trom... A-8 A Complete Visual Service from the Examination to the Finished Glasses . . . CONSULT OUR OPTOMETRISTS A. K. HAWKES C0. O P T I C I A N S 83 Whitehall Street, S. W. FllllS'l' Automotive Specialists Every Requirement of the Automobile and Truck -- Uwner Under One Roof . - Ample stock of cars for sale or trade Large supply of replacement parts Oil, Lubricants, Anti-Freeze, Accessories Complete service, minor or major repairs, on every make car or truck Financing of your repair job, or direct Loans at low rate on your automobile. N0 PARKING PROBLEMS AT FROST'S TRY US . . . BE CONVINCED FROST MOTOR COMPANY 450 PEACHTREE STREET, N. E. WAlnut 9070 MAin 8711 Doorso OPPORTU ,Q 1 fm 2 sww 4 1 1 1 5.sS ITY 1 1 ! I I gfft I , 'V ,f.,, l!14QQ5Jf. 1XL'fii1 .Z . l X :Ili f A I If Eiga 1 WI , A .' ,4- 1 x . f-':v. if 1' 52 if. s M 2 it I' I '11 's 1 his' I , 75111 5 I 1 iwfbiflz I fs I X , V fxil' , T ,fs .- 5 I hh' , 4fA"tf,' w 1d'tif.z32f,k41 A W T M -UV: A Wil? A .jfs , ,1tw2.XX,-'- X L3 wxN!tW'5?"!" X W KW ' Q 'TW 'fy QW' V AsWt'sefNs-fxtsszf f K Un-"fNsN .Q ' '- t P.VNW.:N.SEssig-Q-g', ' dwfcfnffmxf' 1 .L M f 1 ,ggi I ,iff X N 5 ,ff Z, x N ' Z, I f 41 ' .xNg:i,f.,qj 7 ., N 2' hese are the doors W' the Telephone Building at 51 ffviy Street, opening to the 1945 Girl Graduate a Bnsinessfntnre as wide as the Nation itsef A hnsiness with cherished ideals and new hopes, ideas and opportunities. NS, I 6 GMM SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED EMPLOYMENT OFFICE Room 101, 51 Ivy Street, Atlanta ,., 1 ,ia - n B - 7 "Here's to senior classmen, faithful and true-" B - 7 sends ITS BEST WISHES TO YOU. J0llN SEXTON 8: C0. Manufacturing Wholesale Grocers Established 1883 Atlanta, Ga. : AlVIherst 254-I SCHULTE-UNITED, INC. THE MODERN JUNIOR DEPARTMENT STORE FOR THE THRIFTY 47 Whitehall St. : Two doors from Alabama Girls High Girls Say- SEE YOU AT THE TEACO 0RANGE TEACO Next to Loewls Grand Theater Talley's Tire 8: Battery Service PHONES: MAin 4503 718 Ponce de Leon Ave., N. E. WA- 1475 HE. 9324 ROAD SERVICE HE. o9os Allied Insurance 8: Finance, 0 I Ltd. Texaco Products : Willard Batteries Firestone Tires ancI Accessories "You get service here - we expect to be in business after the war" INSURANCE : LOANS 66 Pryor Street, N. E. JACK H. ZIMMERMAN, Manager ATLANTA - ' GEORGIA WEBSTER C0. GARAGE JA. zsso : 71 Ivy sr., N. E. COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE BODY AND FENDER REPAIRS STORAGE : GAS : OIL CONGRATULATIONS to my sister J A N I E and her senior classmates ELAINE GILES '43 COMPLIMENTS ...OF... SYLVIA MAE BOCK Alumnae of Girls High Everready Service Station Still Qman's namej Your Friendly Neighbor WASHING : GREASING : POLISHING 1630-34 McLendon Ave., N. E. ATLAN1'A, GEORGIA DE. 9112 Manning-Stinchcomb 8: Co. STATE FARMERS MARKET ATLANTA : GEORGIA BOWL AT - - BLICK5 COMPLIMENTS Atlanta Furniture Co. 15 2 Whitehall Street, S. W. Furniture and Furnishings for Your Home Holt Hardware and Supply Co 1279 Glenwood Ave., S. E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA : WA 7000 -WEiDELIVER- COMPLIMENTS . . . OF. . . IIYMAN S. JACOBS High Times CSclao0l news pa perj When it comes to a deadline, We sympathize with you. We've had plenty of headaches High Times has suffered too! I G Q Q D L U C K , , Dedicated to MARCIA WEISSGERBER The orchestra has won its fame T O T H E G R A D U A T E S In bringing to Girls High an honored name We play for teas and concerts too, And always have a lot to do. ...FROMTI-IE... , Even when our concert s done, We keep on having lots of fun G L E E C L U B We play the classics, hot and sweet Our orchestra cannot be beat! Congratulations W. AIKEN T. ALMoN F. BALL D. BRIDGES D. BRITT A. BURGESS A. CARLTON J. CARTER M. COLEMAN H. DAVIS B. DENNETT J. PANT T. FIELD A. FLANIGAN J. FUTCH M. C. GAINES K. GEFFCKEN J. GIBSON M. GIDDISH V. GORDON F. HARDMAN L. HoLLINGswoRTH J. HAVIS R. JOHNSON to our classmates ...from... G.WOOD J. KNIGHT E. KUNIANSKY M. LEMON J. LOVETT A. MQCGRUDER A. MERCK G. MERCK J. MILLER J. MITCHELL J. L MooRE L. MOORE D. O'BRIEN B. RICE E. RILEY D. SEXTON D. SKENE M. E. SMITH P. SPEARS . M. STEELE J. STITH H. THACKER B. B. WALTERS D. WEATHERLY E. L. BLAIR 'Ndxmxskm Since time immemorial craftsmen who ciierisiieci. their good name and reputa- tion put their signature on their creation. In this way time puialic couicl Le assurecl that their quality and workmanship was up to maizer's usual standards. In the same manner the Maier G Berieeie signature on your package is not only a signature that your gift is of superlative quality, taut connotes everything that isfinc and good . . . truly the Hail-marie of Distinction. Jewelers to the South Since I887 J ! , mcaieu' 5 Berkele QLJALITY FASHIONS for the 'teen-age crowd! --at the lowest possible prices no matter what the war-time difficulti X X X S you close the cover of your 1945 HALCYON we hope that the pleasant memories of this year, which we have captured, will linger forever. It has been an endless pleasure to plan and bring to life the heart of this year's activi- ties-a bright spot in our own patterns of life. ANNE CARLTON, Editor-in-Chief l l' I is-A 1 'sf Qi bUCUESSFUL ANNUAL? Require the services of experienced and expert craftsmen, trained in every detail of the processes of creating-planning layout and design - typesetting-printing lithographing and binding . . . Thr ough- out half a century this company has pioneered in the production of the highest type of printing...0ur services include a special college annual sales and service organization . . . Abundant equipment-modern and complete... 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