Milton High School - Polaris Yearbook (Alpharetta, GA)

 - Class of 1954

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A I ' " the Usual Pads and Fancies CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION - Introducing Our Teaching Staff Presented to you by: Shirley and Don CLASSES - Featuring Individual Snapshots of our Student Body Presented to you by: Sandra and Don ACTIVITIES Shots taken from our actual school life showing how what and where we learn Presented to you by Gloria Sue and Larry SPORTS Close ups ofthe big moments in football basketball and baseball Our M Il S Cheerleaders are also pictured here Presented to ypu by La Rae and Grlbert FEATURES Showing our Senior and Lnderclass Superlatzves Presented to you by Ann and Norman ADS Presenting our good fiend the Business Man who so loyally supports M II S and her activities Presented to you by jane and Bobby E, Through the Years Since recorded factual material concerning the history of our school is apparently unavailable, we have tried to re- cord in this annual all the information we could get from "old timers" around the community Milton County was laid out in 1856 and was formed from parts of Forsyth Cherokee and Gwinnett Counties 'lhe first school in the com munity was held in a log house back of the pre sent Methodist Church A new building was occupied in 1872 The County Board of Education and the Masons had erected a two story wooden building which would now be ,ust east of Dr Morris Clinic Mr W Gardner father of Misses Lee and Nannre Gardner was the first principal of this Alpha retta Academy 02 Mr NicCullough was principal and had the boys to practice football He had played in college and while l did not organize a team here he created much in terest in this sport The next year 1905 there was an addition to the building making a total of five classrooms The first graduating class of Niilton County High School was in 1922 the year the main build ing of our present plant was completed Two per sons graduated and the faculty consisted of six teachers and Klr VL H Harrison principal We became a member of the Fulton County School system in 1932 when Milton County merged with 1'ulton Nlr H R Adams then principal continued to serve us until his retirement in 1949 Agriculture and Home Economics were added to our program and plant in 1932 The Commercial Department was added in 1948 'Sir Vic Hansard our principal since 1949 has also been involved in many changes in our school Other departments have been added and we now have Art Niusic Band Shop Physical Education and a much wished for athletic pro gram We have undergone several extensive build ing progra s and the present plant while still bursting t the seams compares favorably with the best in serving our needs and interests L it h h s BS SIUtlCflIS V 1 1 1 , . , .... . - 4 . - . . . U ,, . . . . 4 ' ' u . . , . . 1 .V u i I - . , , - In . . ' ' 7 ' IC , . ' 1 9 ' . 7 - V - . V . . f . . . . . . . , . , 1-,J ,M-W ,,,- . . A ld 1 -1 .T f "" i . , . , , . . . , V v - 7 1 9 , - Y - - m , ' u X - n . 3 , . li rm Hu: School . lp arena. Ga, 5. Ktjx 4Nrb'f MR VICTOR B. HANSARD Principal MISS RUTH HIGGINS Assistant Principal Counselor FACULTY To the accompaniment of music by the new band and chorus, the cheers for a newly outfitted championship football team, and the shouts of basketball teams bounding into a new gymnasium, Mr. Hansard and our faculty have given us a smoothly running organization here at Milton High for another year. Each year has brought additional teachers and building changes to our school to care for our expanding curriculum and student body. Yet the "wheels" still turn smoothly under the capable leadership of our principal, Mr. Hansard. Miss Higgins, as our assistant principal and counselor, helps to "grease" these wheels with her constant assis- tance to faculty and stu- dents alike. Under this capable com- bination of administra- tion and faculty, the student feels that he is moving - that he is part of a well-organized plan. was '7'f"svx 2 MRS LOUISE BAADER Commerczal fills MISS WILLIE CHAPMAN MISS RUBY CRAWFORD Englzsh Englzsb MR LUCIEN BATSON H Social Science 1 'S -FGIN MR CARROL BEAVERS Biology MR PIERCE ELKINS Vocatxonal Agnculture its MR REUEL BURGESS Matbmetlcs MRS MARY ELKINS Home Economics 2' M ix MRS ELIZABETH ELLIOTT MRS RUTH GLENN MRS RUTH GWINN MRS FANNIE HARMON Englgsb Lzbrunan English Science Englzsb Commercxdl MRS MARY SUE HOLCOMBE Secretary MR HAROLD HUGHES Shop Miss ANNE LASTINGER MR GUS 1-E1-CHA5 MRS BLANCHE MADDOX Miss BETTIE MCLEMORE MV-914' Coacb Malhmetxcs P1400 Y .ag-vm' mx 'wr 'tw' an ' 'X 1 T' - 'A ' . 1 I lg sr. , IK ' 5' I 75:1 fl". . ' -' fr, ' ' .. ' l ' I A r V lr: Q 6 X , 'mf ' I I 5' QTL A I . I , H , MRS JEDDIE MOBLFY MISS ELEANOR PARADISE Cmzenslnp Pbyszcal Educatzon MR LOUDEN ROPER Coacb Pbyszcal Educalzon MISS RUTH SANDERS Social Scxence , Z' V , -X'V"Ix L -ik?" I 5 MR PAUL PITTINGER Band lin MRS IRIS REESE Home Economzcs MISS BARBARA SHIRLEY MRS 'IOSEPHINE SMITH MR MARK THOMPSON RALPH WILSON Ass zstanl to the Lzbranan Home Economzcs Science Admmzslratzue Asszslant Coach Pbyszcal Educatzonl Calelerza Manager Ezgbtb Grade Advzsor journalzsm 51' 1 'Qs A 'A ,-f ' 1 X 6 A ' -1 ' I Q X . .V vi f - I 1 'Q' ' -A I ' 7' m 4 . . . . . . - . . . . MR' . m ' S 1 "ix 5- 1, . im' ' - Q .., ' gf ,QL A ' A ' 4- in "AUNT SUSIE SHOOTS THE WORKS" Presented by MILTON HIGH FACULTY THE CAST Aunt Susie Stowe - - - Mrs. Glenn joy Herbert - - - Scarlet Deane - - Laura Dawson - Madame Zola - - - Mrs. Edward Dunning - - Portia Lark ---- Omar Graves - - LaSalle johnson - - johnny Rogers - - Slick Conway r Directors - - - - Miss Paradise - Miss McLemore - - Mrs. Elliott - Miss Chapman - - Mrs. Reese - - Miss Lastinger - - Mr. Hansard - - Mr. Wilson ' ' - - -Mr. Roper ' ' - - - -Mr.Letchas s. Hansard, Miss Higgins if 2 Jia' 1, ' v'.x' , ,PNA I. ll ..o U P532 , ,ii MISS RUBY CRAWFORD Sponsor l Miss Crawford, with her 54 "chillun," is one of the busiest people at Milton. Her bulging notebook contains countless 535' records of the Seniors and their many fund-raising projects. I? We work and play under her direction for 180 school days, and oh, those nights at the ice show and on our Washington trip! All of these things endear her to each of us. Her interest and enthusiasm never waver in our final trek toward that long-sought night in june when we graduate. SENIOR LOG OF EVENTS Sept. 4 Opening of school - 53 Seniorsg 482 in all M.H.S. Sept. 16 Class officers elected Sept 18 Curtis representative visits the class fSold 82,090l Sept 23 Student pictures made for the "Aerie" - except Seniors Sept 28 First P.T.A. Meeting. Who won the attendance banner? Ditto for other meetings. Sept 29 Bracelets and tie-slides distributed Oct. 2 Fair holiday Oct. 15 "Aunt Susie Shoots the Works" fFacu1ty playl Nov. 9 We sold for "Fuller Brush." Nov. 15 Senior-year letter written to all parents Nov, 18 Seniors got beauty struck Nov. 26-27 -Thanksgiving holidays Dec. 14 Paper drive Dec. 17 Senior rings arrive Dec. 18 Out until next year jan. 4 Several diamonds displayed CLC., 1. Fowler, G.S.F.D jan. 13 Mascots selected jan. 31 Superlatives got "shot" Feb. 2 Dedication of new Gym Feb. 8 - "Willie" makes the class total 54 Feb. 10 Armed forces come shopping Feb. 15 End of North Fulton Herald drive March 3 Cards and invitations selected March 19 - Happy Day! fTeachers go to G.E.A.g students play! April 9 - "The play's the thing." Shakespeare should have seen us! April 12 - Height and heads measured April I5 - Off we go to Washington Cwondering who would be seasickl May 30 - Commencement Sunday- june 2 - "Sweet" girl and boy graduates E51 Ks ,ga-Ab I 'S OFFICERS DON WHITE Preszdent DOUGLAS HANEY Vzce Pres1dent SANDRA UPSHAW Treasurer LA RAE HALL Secretary SENIGRS The Class of 1954 conslsts of 54 members 28 gxrls and 26 boys We range m age from Carolyn Lawson s 17 years one month and four days to Louxse s 19 years, fxve months and eleven days Our hexght ranges from Imogene s and Betty Sue s flve feet to Charles su feet frve mches Taken altogether as the one In body that we are supposed to be in sp1r1t we are a heavy proposition Even g1v1ng due consrd eration to Miss Crawford s slender figure we tip the scales at 7,921 pounds Our helght IS 349 feet, 10 mches, whrch certamly ranses us htgh enough ln the world to look down upon the undergraduates We have wrthm our ranks muslclans engr neers, singers nurses, archxtects photog raphers secretarles and at least one U S Presrdent Cwe do not spectfy whlch onel School started we wondered bow many tbere would be We could fmd only 53 In 1954 we gained one Moore Now ue have 54 Look us over we ll stand xnspectlonl SHE RRY HAGOOD BOBBY HATFIELD MASCOTS 17 ,E 0 Z V I I 4 2. , 7 in I 1 I H A1 I .2 CAM 9 Y I. n , I If A 4, . .. 1 ' I ' ' 8. ' 1 3 , . , . . . N .Q , I 7 . . , . 7 7 , . , . . . . , .- , . , . ,, - 7 . I ' ' I I. ' YI ll I ,7 , , . . BARBARA SUE ABERCROMBIE 4-H Club 49-505 Beta Club 52-53-545 Glee Club 53-545 Music Club 50-51-52 535 Music Club President 525 Music Club Critic 535 Library Club 535 2nd Place Winner in American Legion Essay Contest 53: 'Aerie' Staff 53-545 'Aerie' Co-editor 545 'School Echoes' Staff 545 Twice Representative to Rotary Club 545 Senior Superlative 54. LONNIE EUGENE ALLEN Dramatic Club 525 Red Cross Repre- sentative 545 Perfect Attendance, 11 years. JIMMIE SUE ANDREWS Secretary and Treasurer of Home-room 505 Glee Club 50-51-545 'School Echoes' Staff 545 Red Cross Repre- sentative 545 Secretary of the Red Cross Chapter 54. SYBLE DOT BAKER Glee Club 545 F.H.A. 545 'School Echoes' Staff 54. RALPH BOYD F.F.A. 53-545 Basketball 53: F.F.A. Chairman, Planning Committee 54. BETTY SUE BROWN 4-H Club 505 Glee Club 515 'School Echoes' Staff 545 Glee Club 54. 18 ,pw 46. ffm I ,pffit -UN 3' 'IDX DORSEY ROY BRUMBELOW 4-H Club 50-51-52-53: F.F.A. 49-50. RAY JACK BURTON Member of F.F.A. 50-51-52-53-545 Mem- ber of Initiation Committeeg Second Vice-President in F.F.A.g Chairman of Refreshment Committeeg Basket- ball 53. MARVIN LEE CARTER Glee Club 523 Band 51-52. LARRY WEYMAN CHRISTOPHER F.F.A. 50-51-52-53-541 F.F.A. Presi. dent 54: F.F.A. Quartet 51-52-535 Delegate F.F.A. State Convention 535 Delegate F.F.A. Macon Rally 531 Geor- gia Planter Degree F.F.A. Association 53: Star Chapter Planter 54g Member Judging Team to Macon 525 Chairman Program of Work Committee 52p Prize Winner in Local F.F.A. Corn Contest 53: 4-H Club 50-51-52-53: Glee Club 53542 Senior Superlative 54. BOBBY WATSON COBB Basketball 50-51-52-53g Representative at Homecoming Football Game 545 Sen- ior Superlative 54. JUANITA COLLETT Glee Club 50g 4-H Club 503 Red Cross Representative 51: Girls Athle- tic Club 525 First Prize in American Legion Auxiliary Essay Contest 53: Club Editor of 'School Echoes' 54. 19 BOBBIE JEAN COX 4-H Club 50-51-52-53-545 Glee Club 51-52-535 Beta Club 52-53-54: 'Aerie' Staff 53-545 'School Echoes' Staff 54. CARROLL WELDON DANGAR Science Club 545 Basketball 52. NORMAN WESLE Y DAVID Beta Club 52-53-545 Beta Club Vice- President 545 Science Club 52-53-545 Science Club Vice-President 535 Band 50-51-52-53-545 4-H Club 51-52-53-545 4-H Club Reporter 53-545 Junior Super- lative 533 Red Cross Representative 53. CHARLES EVERETT DAY F.F.A. 50-51-52-53-545 4-H Club 52- 535 Second Place in F.F.A. Public Speaking Contest 525 Third Place 535 First Place in District Soil Conservation Speaking5 Second Place in North Geor- gia Speaking Contest 545 Dramatic Club 52-535 Glee Club 53-545 Junior Red Cross Representative 51-52-535 F.F.A.Treasurer 54. ANNIE LOIS DOCKERY F.H.A. 505 Glee Club 505 Third Place in American Legion Contest 535 Busi- ness Manager of 'School Echoes' 545 Senior Superlative 54. BETTY LOUISE DODD 4-H Club 50-51-52-535 F.H.A. Sl-52 535 Historian of F.H.A. 535 Glee Club 51-53: 'School Echoes' Staff 54. 4.-vi 'is 9 fix gf 1""'V 'ie va.. 3 MQ' CAROL YN LEE ESTES Home Room President 505 4-H Club 50 51-52-53-545 Glee Club 51-52-535 Beta Club 52-53-545 'Aerie' Staff 53-545 'School Echoes' 545 Senior Superla- tive 545 4-H Club State Convention 53. JANE FIELDS Beta Club 52-53-545 F.H.A. 50-515 Glee Club 50-51-53-545 Dramatic Club 52-535 'School Echoes' Staff 545 'Aerie' Staff 53-54: 59C0nd Place Winner in Book Week Poem Contest 545 Athletic Association 52. GLORIA SUE FOUTS Red Cross Representative 51: Dramii' tic Club 525 'Aerie' Staff 53-541 BE!!! Club 52-53-545 Twice Representative to Rotary Club 542 591301 SUPCIIGUVC 54. MARCUS LINZY FOUTS F.F.A. 50-51-52-53-545 F.F.A. Report- er 535 4-H Club 50-51-525 Basketball 50-51-52-53-545 Basketball Co-captain 52-53-545 Football 50-51-52-53-542 Baseball 55-54. MARTHA JANE FOWLER 4-H Club 50-51-52-53-545 4-H Club Sec- retary 555 F.H.A. 50-51-52-53-545 F.H.A. Vice-President 535 Glee Club 50-545 Red Cross Representative 515 'School Echoes' Staff 545 Basketball 535 Initiation Chairman 535 Cheer- leader 50-515 Library Staff 50-51-525 Athletic Association 52. BERTIE DEAN GLOVER junior Supetlative 535 Glee Club 50 51-545 'School Echoes' Staff 545 Home Room Secretary and Treasure 53. 21 DOROTHY ANN GREEN F.H.A. 50-51-52-53-549 F.H.A. Secre- tary 545 Glee Club 53-545 Red Cross Representative 535 Library Staff 50-51 52-535 Vice-President of Library Staff 535 Athletic Association 50. LA RAE ELIZABETH HALL Cheerleader 505 Basketball 51-52-53 545 Home Room President 50-51-52-535 Junior Class Treasurer 535 Delegate to State F.H.A. Convention 51-52-535 Treasurer of F.H.A. 515 F.H.A. Secre- tary 52-535 F.H.A. President 545 Treasurer of the Greater Atlanta F.H.A. Council 545 Band 52-53-545 Student Council 52-535 Beta Club 52-53-545 Senior Class Secretary 545 Business Manager of 'Aerie' 545 'Aerie' Staff 53-545 Athletic Association 525 Lib- rary Staff 515 Red Cross Representa- tive 525 F.H.A. Parliamentarian 505 4-H Club 515 Senior Superlative 54. DOUGLAS HUBERT HANEY Beta Club 52-53-545 Football 51-52-535 FootballCaptain 545 Basketball 51-52 53-545 Sophomore Class President 525 Junior Class Vice-President 535 Sen- ior Class Vice-President 545 Beta Club Vice-President 535 Band 50-51-52-53 545 Editor of 'Aerie' 545 'Aerie' Staff 53-545 Member of Boy's State 535 Co-editor of 'School Echoes' 545 Senior Superlative 54. SHIR LEY LORINE HAW KINS Music Club 51-525 Secretary of Music Club 51-525 Beta Club 52-53-545 Beta Club Secretary 545 'Aerie'Staff 53-545 Red Cross Representative 535 Senior Superlative 54. TED MORRIS HOOD F.F.A. 50-515 Science Club 54. TERRELL JENKINS Football 51-52-53-54. 22 'WW 1 fts 4d'9""" f-.N N I If 1' 1 Y '6- fo-R' 'Y5 S A. I 1-W its X1 LOUISE IMOGE NE JOHNSON Transferred 52g Representative to Homecoming Football Game 54. RAYMOND RICHARD KELL 4-H Club 50-51-52-53-545 Science Club 52-53-545 Band 50-51-525 F.F.A. 50 51-52: Cafe Management 51-52g Red Cross 51. BARBARA ANNETTE KELLEY F.H.A. 519 Athletic Association 525 Dramatic Club 5l-529 Glee Club 54g 'School Echoes' Staff 545 Library Staff 54. BOBBIE LOU LANDRUM Glee Club 50-51-52-549 F.H.A. 50-51 52-53-545 F.H.A. Parliamentarian 53 545 Athletic Association 529 'School Echoes' Staff 545 4-H Club 50: Lib- raryStaff 52. FAYE CAROLYN LAWSON Vice-President of Home Room 52g F.H.A. 523 Glee Club 52-545 'School Echoes' Editor 545 'Aerie' Staff 53 549 Beta Club 52-53-545 Essay Con- test 53: Library Staff 525 Music Club 50 CHARLES MATHIS F.F.A. 50-51-53-545 4-H Club 50-515 Basketball 53. 23 JIM MOORE F.F.A. 53-545 Delegate to Srate Rally Macon 53g Member of Seed Judging, Macon 53-545 Member of Cattle judging Team, Griffin 53. HUIE THOMAS MOORE 4-H Club 50-51-52-53-543 Science Club 545 Cafeteria Management 52-53-54g Home Room President 50g Senior Super- lative 54. WILLIAM FORD MOORE 4-H Club 50-515 Science Club 52 Transferred from Miami Jackson High School. JOHN HENRY MORGAN F.F.A. 49-50-5l. BILLY JOE NEESE Band 50-51-525 4-H Club 50-51g Base ball 535 Basketball 53-54. GILBERT CARL PHILLIPS Football 52-53-543 Baseball 53-54 Senior Superlative 54. 24 'Wim 5? if Qs YN MARGARET PHILLIPS F.H.A. Historian 549 F.H.A. 50-51-52 53-545 Red Cross Representative 515 Library Staff 51-52-535 'School Echoes' Staff 545 Glee Club 50-51-52-54. CAROLINE ANN REESE Red Cross Representative 50-51-525 Red Cross Secretary 525 F.l-l.A. 50-51 525 F.H.A. Secretary 505 F.H.A. Re- porter 515 Athletic Association 52g Beta Club 52-53-545 Beta Club Trea- surer 545 Advenising Manager, 'Aerie' 535 Feature Editor, 'Aetie' 545 Basket- ball 51-52-53-545 Girl's State Repre- sentative 535 Glee Club 50-51-545 Essay Contest 555 Delegate to F.H.A. Convention 515 Delegate to Beta Club Convention 535 Delegate to Red Cross Camp 51. JAMES GARRETT SCOTT 4-H Club 50-51-52-53-54: F.F.A. 50 515 Library Staff 53-545 Senior Super- lative 54. DONA LD RICNI-Q SMIT H Transferred from Decatur 525 Twice Representative to Rotary Club 535 Beta Club 52-53-545 'Aerie' Staff 53-545 Band 53-545 On TV Panel Show, 'Our World Today' 53: President of Junior Class 535 Carnival King 53. DORIS F. STANCIL F.H.A. 543 'School Echoes' Staff 545 Senior Superlative 545 Athletic Associa- tion 52. NANNIE B. STAPLER Library Staff 50-515 'School Echoes' Staff 54. 25 JEAN SHIRLEY STEPPE Glee Club 50-51-52-53-54. Dramatic Club 51-529 Senior Superlative 54. LILLIAN JANE STONE 4-H Club 50-51-52: F.H.A. 50-51-52 535 Project Chairman 53g Library Staff 545 'School Echoes' Staff 54. SANDRA SUE UPSHAW Home Room Secretary 525 F.H.A. 50 51-525 F.H.A. Treasurer 51: Red Cross Representative 51g Dramatic Club Treasurer 52g Athletic Association Secretary 525 Glee Club 50-51-52-545 Beta Club 52-53-543 Beta Club Treas- urer 535 Beta Club President 54g Class Treasurer 54g 'Aerie' Staff 53 545 Business Manager 533 Advertising Manager 545 Basketball 51-52-53-549 Basketball Captain 545 Junior Class Secretary 53. WYNETTE WESTBROOK 4-H Club 503 Glee Club 50-511 F.H.A. 51-523 Library Staff 52-533 'School Echoes' Staff 54. LAMAR WHEE LER Football 53. DONALD BILLY WHITE Home Room President 50g 4-H Club 50-513 Speaker at junior-Senior Banquet 53. Football 52-53-54. President of Science Club 54g President of Senior Class 545 Member of Boy's State 535 Senior Superlative 54. 'Qi 'UD it .. ,fs 3 'i 1 I ,,., fl. -4- Dlgnlfled Seniors l 5 BAS BABY Iuanlll Norman Bobble f f ix '50 xl 3-UC Lama! Margaret i 53' -nw Lors Marcus jnmmxe Sue Don S L. .1 Dorsey Annette Don W Nannxe Sandia G73 wav F0 ' 2 Barbara Syble Q' L-J L-J I--4 Carolyn Doe Wynerre Beme LaRae I I I I -C 9. 've . f '6- ,. fr h '- r 4' if ff F v 'f K ' ii Y 1 Q .2-.gf , ' ' Q53 ' , J. G. J Q 6 " " I WX x f' Q , I 1 1,f' ' . 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Don XVhitc Miss Ruth Higgins . . f- at if ig . .A if -rf i JUNIORS Eleven down and one to go' That s what we are ready for now that the Junlor Senror banquet has made us full pledged candrdates for the Semor Class We have srxty three rn our ranks now and we hope to hold our own Iflt s proper ro wxsh ourselves good th1ngs,we say Good luck Class 055 OFFICERS Henry Hicks, Preszdent Ray Dangar, Vzce Preszdent Jerry Cox, Secretary Betty Walker Treasurer 1 1 413.6 -Qs in v 4, wo- N 'o Mardell Abernathy jerry Allen Maxxne Barrett Carolyn Bolmg H C Brannon 'X Burgess Shlrley Burnett Loure Cagle Martha ChadWlCk Bobble Chumbler Charlesxa Cobb Frances Cook Bobble Cowan erry Cox Re ba Sue Cox Rebecca Cox Ray Dangar Ray Dawes Mary jean Day Calvin Dempsey Yvonne Dempsey Dean DeVore Everett Dodd Eugene Estes 'EL L , 'Q' QP' ew Faye Eubanks 09' ' Richard Evans Maman Frazrer Y' ,, N fi I as Y 'fps 'ir- 'C' 'Q fam., y M lm KW A V" gps.. HAZEL GANTT 'N Q ANN GENTRY DAVIS GRIMES BARBARA GUNTER "' MARION GUNTER DAVID HARMON ar-' 'ki 'R HENRY HICKS 4- MARTHA HOLCOMBE SHIRLEY JENKINS 1 LOUISE LANDERS FELTON LONG 'lg-1 JAMES LONG TELLA FAE LONG IEW ELL MADDOX BETTY SUE NIX Y HARRIET NUNIN CAROLYIN PITTMAIN xg 3 Q x 1 ,f A 'T Y ' Q if , I I x 1 -T T A " N A ', K MAE PATTERSON x , , I A 2 JEAN PORTER EOBBIE SUE REECE SALLY SHIRLEY uf- MARY ALICE SPENCE PN ELWYN STOVER PHYLLIS STRICKLAND -VS" RUTH SUTTON fw- GRACE SWETMOIN PATSY TURNER OH'- THOMAS TWITTY I, 5 W JACKIE WADE BETTY WALKER JANICE WALKER JOY CE NX ALKER MARTHA WASSONI QP' BETTY JEAN REEE 0- 1- JERRY woon K,- SLE YOUNG Q- . ' 4'- A 6 af' ui ...f" li '1- I K 'QS msn!- 1 3 fp , kr vs Q, ,Q AA-T M 1 L ,', ' 5 ' 'qui . G X A ' ' tA A, A,fW 1 - ,442 H. , ,,,2 I . ' A A R"1 A A I 1 , 4 Ng 'f S, ' 4 A is TEEVV'v L A ' , A A, +1 .1 A f ' .T sg, I I .. qs il' my 15 . A X M Q an . lk x 3 y A , ,E xi , 4' 3 I X , T, 1 'hu-fs. 'of 'wiv' Betty Jean Blake Susle Blanchard Betty jean Bolmg jerry Booth Netue Ruth Boyd Frances Cates Beverly Clay ames Cobb Ernestlne Cowart Dona jean Cox Shlrley Cox Wmton Cox Larry Dangar Wayne Davxs Larry Dzldy james Dxnsmore Elxzabeth Dixon 34 'ir SOPHOIVIORES - We started off strong as Freshmen with all the pep of that class. Now we are feelmg our tmportance xn the school program and are becom mg leaders In some of the acuvx tres If thus keeps up, we ll be hard to hold by the tlme we become Semors' f5 3 OF FICE RS Bobby Rowe, Preszdent T Roberts, Vzce Preszdent Marlorxe Moore, Secretary fi "2"" ,af S in nv' fax "E" My Yell 6 x "' vff' :lewd 'Ky , - . k .' . ' A ' C '- sg , ' V, M-'ly I-I X'-w Y I I J. . I ' : ' 5 6 , b 4- QL, : 9 7 ' J' Q . 'k,, wif K 'Z" A an I l J ' ' A 4 "l V g 5 3 Q . I Q 4. , Q, , ' "'- I 0 'N o 1' f bi ' C " ' "ff ' Y r ' 1 ' , Q . - h . 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Q ,f-'A TT' Maryorre Moore Dorothy Morns Shelra Neese Thomas Neese Chrrstme Northcutt Edward Nunn erry Pendle Hampton Phr lrps Sally Powell o Anne Raxnwater Barbara Rld1IlgS Myrtrce Rrdrngs john T Roberts Raymond Roberts Norrrs Roland 'v 531' if 1... .. Q, E 1 'Y- 'wwf' 'Y'- S141 on ,Q 15 7, . 'O' 5 , 4 , ' 5, . . 6 v .S , J. Ky ll' A f- . J' ' - -f T . T 4- T ff- M 1 Y. 4 . if J Q 4 A v ,"M.,1 A my ' Pj. W i f N ez f.. A J ' ' ' mg ft Q as by 'R ff" Mi if A V +3 S 'ef +2 ee -- T we f Q N, '. S Q J Ui ' lx J- - lnr, A 3 3 I l ' r 1- 56 an Q x , K . 4 w . . fin rg 'K V 4' 1 . 1 M xv . ,I , X15 'MW Q, T' ,JJ ,. . , I 5 . ,A , i Ag. , . Dal nz. f 1 ?o ' ' . .fl 1 r' 6, Q3 'rg f, .54 f I K, . R -- . . ' . . 5 as r ' l in 1' , - , R . ar J " E1 N .. , 3 , 5 YI ' I , 1' H , a 'Ah I !i- b VV FRESHIVIEN "Hold everything!" This year we really get into the act, of high school that is. No more "zero" courses, for now we have started to earn those units we'1l need in 1957 when we hope to complete this stage of our preparation for life ahead. David Castle berry , Pre sidenl Margaret Hoch, Vice President Wilburn Whitt, Secretary 5 Treasurer ., 2 xx ff qi f .cv- Karhryn Alexander Barbara Allen Roger Allen vi- f, ,Q , .,,. .4 -v- it s y r.1rA 'V .!' Q . 4 ' B , as , 5- 1 N ff"-1-, -.X . Az- W .- W Shirley Allen jane Andrews ,fr-f , R X V An- il Zi " Q J't vxp A , N, , ' QM' s F Griselda Asherbranner jo Ann Baker in-gd is 3 ,L af Q' we gf Y' Gwen Bearden Willie Mae Bennett Josephine Blackwell Barbara Boling Charles Bradford Doyle Brown llo w ard Brown T .Q Margaret Brown Sherleen Brumbelow N -f Betty Burneue Everett Burnet! Linda Burnett Raymond Burnett Bobby Cagle , Myrlon Campbell kenneth Carlisle Millard Carter 37 jerry Castleberry joyce Chatham 3 Gene Cobb Margina Cobb Grace Cochran Joyce Cochnan ' - 4 we Lawrence Cfollett Doris Cook jack Crocker Roddy Dangar Wylene Dangar Charles Day "ff 'F ., - 4... 'C E Q ' s e si... I X Y ' S iu' Donald DeVore Charles Dodd Q- 1 Q9 s james Doughty 'sr sl Q' W ' ' Mary Beth Elkins N ' X 1 june Ellington Mary Dodd Ellis , Harry Estes Faye Evans ff? ' Kathleen Flynn is 1 qi 1 Q s-sn., I Q. 6 ' 1' 7?- -E' Carter Foster f L- Mary Ellen Fowler 05- Celia Gantt , -W -F4 44" L K i., 6-.' 52 ' 2 Q V .-. Q- .Q -1? i 1 A l N l ,F , 3 ,. , ,sfo q s F ' ' -x " " 2 ar., X f we A , Y G 1 iv, vl. 11' Q 'T' . X J f 3, Q 4' f ' l E i L- gd 5' iii 5' fb Q ' 5- . ' 4,1 an-v x, Y' Y Qs 71- 6- 3 1 Barbara Gannon James Gentry Winnie Lee Gravitt Gene Green Lawrence Hawkins George Hicks Margaret Hoch Mildred Holbrooks Louise llolden Betty Howard Joyce Ingram Nancy jackson Rita Ann johnson Mary Sue jones Billy Kell Sandra Kirby Lamar Lance Ernest Landrum Calvin Lawless Eugene Lawson Fannie Mae Lewis Carolyn Long Rachel Long Gene Lord av 9 ,.. 3. - L -, 1-V 1- ' ,757 , E L. x iw i' i 'M Marshall Sims Ann Smith Carolyn Smith Wilma Smith Dorothy Spruell jerry Stone jerry Strickland Mollie Strickland jimmy Summerour Helen Sutton Jqimmy Tompkins r ancy Gail Turner Peggy Walker Margaret Wallace Carroll Waters Dorris White johnny Whitt Wilburn Whitt Peggy Wilson Ivan Wood Mary Ann Wood L. W". Worley Barbara Sue Wright Marion Wright L Joyce Ann Lord W'. R. Marshall Ray McCu.rry johnny Mitchell Robert Moulder Oliver Mullinax Frances Nalley Janie Nalle Wanda Nalfley jo Anne Nix Jeanette Nunn Charles Page johnny Patterson Imo ene Pa ne Clarion Phillips Ted Phillips Aubrey Pruitt Joyce Pruitt Stella Puckett jerry Rainwater Lucy Roland Ralph Rucker john Lewis Samples Mary Scott its -vs A in fr Q-. A 1 SUB-FRESHIVIEN CLASS 8 lzveryone agrees that exghth graders are us ually vugglers and vve haven t let them down If precious thmgs come nn small pack ages we are prlceless but we ve worked our baby fat rnto muscle thns year and are ready for the next four years of high school vuth all xt s work and play Donald Durham President Joyce NlcG1nn1s Vlce Preszdent Patsy Hyde fecretary and freasurer slr ' 'HP' Robert Allen Margaret Anderson Robert Anderson 'vhldred Anglm Gerald Asherbranner Raymond Avery 'S- i,, JY4 ,ml an uw' ,.,J ,Z 'U' nfs t 47" ""'s A 5, J we Albert Bagle Davxd Barrett Geneva Barrett Jerry Bennett ohnnxe Mae Brannon uglnla Brannon jrmmy Broadwell Helen Brown Ixellle Ruth Brumbelow Rayburn Burce Lawrence Burge Byron Burgess jane Burton Barbara Burts Bobby Byers Marcelle Byers Mxlton Byers uanlta Cagle l K 7 X ,JN , Y xr ,' ua 1 A 4 " ' l , 7 , H 5' A- If 71 ' ' . 5 A . 1 , , . A 7 , . Q if B. . 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L r fc' M as f , ' A i , ' Lunette Cagle Annette Carter Ruth Cates Marcus Castleberry Jerald Chadwick Louxse Carlxle Harold Cobb Bobby joe Cobb Elmer Conner Slnrley Conner Barbara Cook Marne Cook Marvln Cook Frankre Cox Gall Dangar Sandra Darnell Mary Frances Dean Gwendolyn DeVore Blanche Dxnsmore Thomas Dxnsmore Avery Dodd Donald Durham Van Elliott Mardelle Flynn Charles I-reeland Clara Belle Gantt Leon Grlbert xmmy Green Barbara Ha ood Charles Ha ey jerry Hamby Mary ane Hamrlck Nathaniel Hansard Donald Hawkrns james Heard uamta Heard Thomas Henderson Betty Holcombe I C Holcombe Mary Holmes Andy Hook Mae Hudglns Frankie Hyde Gladys Hyde Patsy Hyde Vrrgmxa Ingram Gene jackson Robert mks Davxd ohnson Shirley Knmbrell Sam Iurby Eddie Lance Delra Ledford Patricia Levus Dempsey Loggrns Eugene Lone: Nlary Long ames Lord Lorraine Maddox Clarence Nlamu X L Q 'in' ad' 1 6:0 Q Al! 0 rv- av- I 3 60 ,, Q- Q G., ws IQ 3X 3 4,-f- L 47'- -9- an 1-' QQ ri? ,VP K x H S 5 3' . 2. 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David Martin Guy Mauldxn Joyce McGinnis Margaret Miles Bobby Moore Sue Moore Betty Morgan o Moss dwin Moulder Eloise Mullinax Linda Neese Eva Mae Northcutt Eula Nunn Pearl Nunn Trrbble Nunnally Vernon Ownbey Charles Payne Betty jo Ponder james Porter Bonnie Ruth Potts DeLon Price Sybil Pruitt Jerry Purcell Beth Rainwater Benny Rayner Lottie Belle Reavrs Randall Richards Dorsey Rogers Nettle Ruth Samples ere Scott Nancy Scales Mar Ann Shirley Phi lip Smith Martha Ann Stancrl Calvin Stapler Evle Lou Staton Morris Stephens Linda Strickland Roy Lee Strickland Edward Sutton can Sutton ohnny Tatum Beverly Taylor jerry Thacker james Thompson Wendell Thompson Leon Treadaway Dorothy Tribble Reba Vaughan Dorothy Walker Patricia Walker Russell Wallace Catherine Wallis Joyce Waters Wilson Webb Lewis West Ronnie Wood Rudolph Wood Ruth Worley JoAnne Young . 1 X., 5. V . Q V,-3 1. ' R .. . P S - L S, L1 gp ' 5 if 'f ' y ,A pn " J f F ' M '5 f fi ' if 1 ' A 4 X ,4 vs ef' T R M ' n , , K P P74 s SL P' 6 I , :Q Q, I x 1' iv. 4 R lu iw -Q i .' :F I . I 1. 5, ui- f ' ,A if W 'rf I f' W 5 ' . Lx' Y' Q. i In .' 0- lg: 5 6 , i ' 1 ' , 9 A . -' In lflfw , V8 . W r, p W f .f. . Q- + S 1 .' 4 e . t , M WIT . . r V , . K .. . f l if i I l 'gif l 'z ,- A - A W 7 9- .1 - , . .l QW. li Us L .Q - A . . an-tl .-f- S 'N' . , ' 1 g all if - Qi ' 3 J -- tis ., Q I 4 I' V- I , Y' I, 4, 'Q ln 4. Q Ls 3 G , f Q, 1 A, 1 ' - lx 1 Q. 'Zu 3- -vx r ' 4 1 X N, SSN Though we now have a yearbook which furnishes us with a summary of the year's acti- vities, our daily record would be incomplete without our own newspaper. "School Echoes" came into being in 1949 with Miss Crawford directing publication. The name was submitted by Iverine Waldrop. Now the journalism Class, with Mr. Wilson directing, is kept hopping getting the latest news of the school and its students. We even had an "Extra" this year when we won the football title. 44 Q5 x K P x y f 35 Editors, Carolyn Lawson and Douglas Haney Club News, juanita Collett Sporls, Gilbert Phillips, Marcus Fouts, Don White Business Manager. Lois Dockery Reporters, Barbara Abercrombie, jimmie Sue Andrews, Syble Baker, Betty Sue Brown, Bobbie jean Cox, Louise Dodd, Carolyn Estes, jane Fields, Bertie Dean Glover, Annette Kelley, Bobbie Landrum, Margaret Phillips, Nannie Stapler, 'Wynette Westbrooks, Doris Stancil, Lillian Stone, jane Fowler Sponsor, Mr. Ralph Wilson 'UIQP I AERIE STAFF May, 1953, saw Milton's first yearbook 1, roll from the press! It was the end of a dream and a lot of hard, realistic work. The Beta Club in looking for a worth- while project for that school year, de- cided to publish an annual. Little did we know what that really involved! We stayed "on the go" constantly, seeing that the camera "took in" all events, matching names with faces, writing and correcting copy, and all the other nu- merous "loose ends" which have to be tied. When we gaze at our completed "Aerie," however, we know it was worth it after alll A Q 4' 41. bd .QR Douglas Haney Editor Barbara Abercrombie Co-Editor 'art K r 1 if -1: f ri 5. 1:- ,1 Q55 Sports lftlitorss Norman David and Don Smith Feature Ifditors: Ann Reese an-I Rt-ba Sue Cox Circulation and Snapshots: Carolyn Lawson and june Fields Classes and feathers: Carolyn iistes, liulshie jean Cox, Kinrdell Abernathy, Charlesia Cobb 4. v t if -1. ef- , 1' , ie 3? A tk in K i U. ' 1 i, LaRae Hall, Business Manager Betty Sue Nix, Assistant Sandra Upshaw, Advertising Manager Louise Landers, Assistant Mrs. Baader-Miss McLemore, Sponsors 3 . N.f'fQf"' E ..-' R , 'N -Ts. io 13 ' X Activities Shirley Hawkins Gloria Sue Founts Mae Patterson L A Live Wire FFA RR S Y wietlgea COX New 'Wo 0? 'Us XON PR AT I2 ALL E W1 WST NNJNG CQW Our members are what the name implies --Future Farmers of America. We plan for the years ahead on the farm through the many activities which we have in our club today. We have had our share of winners in local and state contests. Ray Dangar won the state Livestock judging Prize, a scholarship to the University of Georgia, and Charles Day has won two awards in Public Speaking. With such records to spur us on, we have to be on our "tip toes" to keep up our club's reputation. LEG! to figblf-Slylarion Gunter, Henry Hicks' J. R. Tucker, Everett Dodd, jerry Allen, jerry Cox, Reporler: S l ' ' ' ' a y Powell, weelbedfl, Elwyn Stover, gerffelllfy, Dean DeV0re, Sentmelf Billy Spruell, Charles Webb, Ivan Wood, Norris Roland, james Gentry, jerry Thacker, Dorsey Rogers. Winton Box, Charles Day, Treasurer: Edward Sutton, Marcus Castleberry, Edward Nunn, Ralph Boyd, Jimmie Summerour, Ray Burton, Davis Grimes, Earnest Landrum, Frankie Cox, Robert Allen, johnny Tatum, Charles Haley. Raymond Roberts, Wilson Webb, Oliver Mullinax, Charles Mathis, Larry Christopher, Pfesidefllf jim Moore, Jerry Holbrook, Marcus Fouls, Norman Hughes, Byron Burgess, Bobby Holcombe, Don An drews, Tribble Nunnally, Charles Day, Benny Rayner, Mr. Elkins, AdU1S0f.' Ray Dangar, Vice Pfesidefll. fNot pictured.J rj' A Wide Awake FHA il 314: From left lo rigbl: Jo Ann Rainwaterg lirnestine Cowartg Peggy Wilsong LaRae Hall, President: Bobbie Landrum, Parlia- mentarian: Ann Green, Secretary: Margaret Phillips, Historian: Mrs. Reese, Sponsor: Betty Sue Hix, Treausrer: Carolyn Boling, Vice Presidentg Sally Powell, Reporter: llazel Ganttg Rebecca Coxg Ann Manningg Patsy Turnerg Emily Mooreg Jane Fowlerg Rita Ann Johnson. Joyce Cochrang Doris Stancilg Martha Wassong Janice Walkerg Sally Shirleyg Joyce Walkerg Shirley Longg Betty Jean Blakeg Joyce Lordg Nancy Jacksong Dorothy Spruellq Lottie Bell Reavisg Dorinda Henderson: Delia Ledfordg Linda Neeseg Betty Jo Ponderg Sarah Doddg Joyce Pruittg Patsy McGinnis. Syble Bakerg Judy Maddoxg Betty Vialkerg Harriett Nunng Shirley Connerg Syble Pruittg Mary llamrickg Patricia Lewisg Eula Nunn: Pearl Nunng Catherine llallisg Jane Burtong Margaret Milesg Mary Dodd Ellisg Mary Beth Elkinsg and Shirley Jenkins, The Motto -- "Toward New Horizons" -- well expresses the purpose of the Future Homemakers of America. Sixty active members help us carry out this purpose through service and learning activities. At State and District conventions we are well represented. We rank fourth in atten- dance at the District and send three delegates to the State Convention. We are proud that one of our members, LaRae llall, is treasurer of the Greater Atlanta li. ll. A. Council. Our traditional Christmas party with the Ii. F. A. is a highlight of our fun activities and we eagerly plan toward this event each year. ,'gN',,-it C I nstallation of Membew New Off- . of New 'Cers lnitia'-10" ,:-. in 1 FQ V. rr JV L ,. 4-"": . gs he Y." 414' 44 I vu THE BAND In its fifth year, the band has progressed into a rapidly growing organization--growing in size as well as ability. Four new instruments were purchased by the school, pro- viding better balance of instrumentation and making pos- sible greater advances in the type of music played. The band has proved itself capable of holding its own at ball games and in concerts. . 4'-.V . 6-4 3 A' dv' am 1 ' There S Nlusnc ,I ,'X'f MILTON Left to right: Bobby Rowe, Lakae Hall, jerry Hagood, Barbara Ridings, Ann Smith, lflizabeth Dixon, Lamar Lance, jerry Rainwater, Larry Uangar, llon Smith, Larry Dildy, Nancy Gail Turner, Norris Gos- vsick, David Harmon, Kidney Moss, Harry Iesrw-, C lark Nmith, Norman David, Douglas Ilamvy, j '.'. llurgvss, Cfalvin llc-mpscy, llohhy laiplr, l.oxd johnson, Nlarslmll Simrm, Nr r'itrini'1:r Director. b v in the Air GLEI-Q CLUB Kill ION C HOIR I.ef! lorighf. lletty ,lean Blake evell lad: x ane lfie S Carolyn Smith Nlarion Gunter frward Sutton Earnest .an drum, jack Crocker, Klary ,lean Day, Nlary Ann Gentry, Ruth Sutton, Kliss Lasringer, Pi-recla Bobbie Landrum, Dorothy Spruell, Carolyn Lawson, Cara olyn Pittman, Raymond Roberts, Oliver Nlullinax, Larry Chris- topher, james Uins more, Klartha Chadwick, Linda Burnett, Car- olynlloling and Sandra l'pshaw. 1-5 4- ,,....t.4 its MIISIC In 1951 when Miss Lastinger came to Milton, the music classes consisted of seventy-five students. In 1953 the number increased to one hundred and fifteen. A feature of the last two years has been a Sunday evening program of music to which all the churches of the town have been invited. The Spring of 1953 marked the first visit of the Girls' Chorus from Milton to the District Music Festival. The Girls' Chorus attended the Music Festival in Carrollton again this year. The main highlight of the year consists of a combination program displaying the talents of the Music and Dramatic Clubs-this is presented at Christmas. 11 TE 70 , DI! ind PIC Z MUSIC CLUB This Club has the distinction of being the oldest club at Milton. At each meeting the members discuss some great composer after which they play numbers written by him. At the end of the year, the club puts on a music recital to show what they have learned during the year. Left to Rigbt: Andy Hook: David Johnson: Helen Browng Betty Walker, Presllentf Patsy Hyde: Joyce Chatham, Sandra Darnell, Treasurer: Reba Vaughan: Virginia Brannong Gwendolyn DeVoreg Sandra Kirby, Marcelle Byersg Juanita Cagleg Linda Stricklandg Patsy McGinnis, Patsy Walkerg Mildred Angling Jewell Maddox, Secretary: Carrol Waters, Eva Mae Northcuttg Avery Doddg Peggy Walker, Jo Anne Nix: Blanche Dinsmoreg Mary Beth Elkinsg Dorothy Spruell, Vice-Preszdentp Jerry Coxg Joyce McGinnis. :f LIBRARY STAFF if ' A- ' I , E' 1 This organization, under the dir- ection of Mrs. Glenn, provides valu- l able experience for the students as well as rendering useful service to the school. Since it was organized in 1943, the Library Staffhas helped us get the books we need and keep the library in good condition. They provide a box for one needy family at Christmas as part of their service. For their own pleasure an annual picnic is included in their program. Left lo Rrgb! Annette Kelley Lillian Stoneg Mary Beth Rainwater, Treasurer: Sandra Stover, Presi- dent Joyce Hood Secretary frm! pzctwedlp Wayne Davis, Program Cbairmanp Lottie Bell Reavisg Barbara Cook loralne Maddox Marcelle Byers, Mary Longg Sheila Neeseg Lautrell Thomasg Grace Walkerg Barbara Shirley, Assistant Librariang Mrs. Glenn, Librarzkznp J. G. Scott, Albert Bagleyg Gerald A sherhra nner. 00 O I Q , Science Club X The Science Club was organized in Sep- tember of 1951. Under Mr. Thompson, its sponsor, it has grown to be one of the largest clubs at Milton. This year it has llO members. The main project of this club is visits to scientific exhibits in Atlanta and other nearby places. Their aim is to promote scientific interest among high school students. f Left lo right:-Don White, President, Janice Walker, Secretary: Grace Swetmon, Treasurer Cnot picturedl, jerry Allen, Vice President, Mr. Thompson, Sponsor, Ray Dawes, Rayburn Buice, Ray McCu.rry, Gene Lord, Frank Major, Evelyn Burge, Nelda Chatham, Reba Cox, Marion Gunter, Patsy McGinnis, Myrtice Ridings, Shirley Jenkins, Vernon Ownby, David Johnson, Tommie Moore, Loyd johnson, Raymond Kell, Robert Allen, Bobby Moore, Richard Evans, james Henry Winfrey, Rita Ann Johnson, Mary Dodd Ellis, Betty Howard, Louise Thotton, Carolyn Smith, George Hicks, Faye Eubanksg Everett Dodd, Ted Phillips, Guy Mauldin, jerry Stone, Carolyn Boling, Philip Smith, Calvin Dempsey, j. W. Burgess, Ruth Sutton, Martha Holcombe, Betty jean Webb, Rebecca Cox, Foster Huggins, Dorris Goswick, Andy Hook, Tribble Nunnally, Louise Landers, Sue Young, Gwenn Bearden, Norman Hughes, johnny Mitchell, Larry Dildy, Eddie Lance, Russell Wallace, Martha Wasson, Sally Shirley, Joyce Walker, Jean Porter, Ann Manning, Patsy Turner, Jerry Bennett, Byron Burgess, Bobby Holcombe, David Martin, jerry Wood, Elwyn StoverpLouie Cagle, Henry Hicks, Charles Francis, Donald Durham, james Porter, Norman David, Bobbie Chumb1er,Ernestine Cowartg Betty jean Boling, Marian Frazier, Evelyn Duran, Mary Alice Spence,gH. C. Brannon, Gene Estes, David Harmon, Harold Smith, jerry Hagood, Larry Mashburn, Ted Hood, Donald Devore, Gerald Asher- branner, Jerry Rainwater, Everette Burnett. 4-H Club The 4-H Club is a national organization for boys and girls. It's motto is "To make x the best Better". 4-H Clubsters receive valuable training of the Head,Heart, Hands, and Health. M M Milton's 4-H Club meets once a month in order to check on the progress ofthe projects of each member. Nunn- "9"'1R" Left to rightz- I. R. Marshall, 1. R. Tucker' Elwyn Stover, SEC- Gnd Tied-S'-.' Norman David, Repo-rlerp Marion Gunter, jerry Allen, Joyce Pruitt, Vice preszkientf jo Ann Nix, PfeSidEY1!.'Fjerry C0X,ViC2 Pf6Sid811!.' Billy Kell' Tommie Moore, Raymond Kell, Russell Wallace, Frankie Cox, Carter oster, Henry Hicks, Reba Cox, Carolyn Estes, Bobbie Lean Cox, jane Fowler, Dorsey Brumbelow, J. G. Scott, David johnson, Robert Anderson, Loyd Johnson, Bo by Moore, Lawrence Collett, ,lack CIOC ffl David C3SllCbCffYl Ralllh Rucker, Evelyn Burge, Nelda Chatham, Wylene Dangar, Sue Upshav-', Carolyn Smith, jack Hyde, GailDangar, Barbara Sue Cook, Patsy Walker, Sandra Darnell, Mildred Anglin, Calvin Dempsey, Dempsey Loggins, Dot Morris, Byron Burgess, jerry Castleberry, Tribble Nunnally, Foster Huggins, George Hicks' Joyce Waters, Marcel Byers, Dorsey Rogers, Lamar Hansard, Billy Hood, Sandra Stover, Margaret Miles, 5JeCf2lGYy, Betty Holcombe, Patricia Lewis, Bonnie Ruth Potts, Mary Holmes, Blanche Dtnsmore, Bobby Holcombe, Norman Hughes, Robert Allen, Phillip Snith, Robert links, james Gentry, Thomas Henderson, jean Sutton, Dorothy Walker, Lunette Cagle, Juanita Cagle, Margaret Anderson, Pearl Nunn: JCSDCIIC Nunn: LBUY D2'1D83flD3Vl5 Grimes, Grace Swetmon, RCDOVIPT Knot picturedl, Ray Dangar, 537851119711- JLNIUR RED CROSS Among the organizations which give us a chance for service is the junior Red Cross. We are affiliated with the Atlanta Area Council and participate in the organized projects which they sponsor. Our main contributions are at Christmas at which time we fill a bushel basket of fruit, nuts, and candy for the local area hospitals and send boxes of useful articles to children overseas. Left to Right: Lottie Belle Reavisg Faye livansg Barbara Ridingsg jo Moss: Wanda Nally, Cbairmanf jimmie Sue Andrews, lirnestine Covrartg Gail Dangerg Marian Wright, V-'inton Cox, Lamar Lance, Secretary 6 '1'reasurer,' Qgf-AN-lg Andy Hook, Roy Let- Strickland Miss McLemore, Sponsorg Mary Ann Gentryg Janice Walker, Vice Cbairrrzang ff' 46 jerry Rainwater, Marion Gunter, Pete Burnetteg jerry Alleng Gene Allf-nr 4 17 '96.oCRo,,,'1 U K BETA , cue Wearers of the Beta Club pin are the envy of the Student 'Laps' Body. Why? Because the Beta Club stands for the ideals of honesty, service and leadership. To become a member, a student must be of good mentality and character, have a commendable attitude and must have attained creditable achievements. Our Slain project of the year was the publication of the "Aerie" Left to Rigbt Shirley Hawkins Secretary Norman David Vice President Sandra Upshaw Presidentp Ann Reese Treasurer jane fields LaRae H111 Louise Landers Cloria Que Pours Nhritll Mzernathyg Carolyn Lavwsin Barbara Abtrcrombit Nlrs Baader S rsor Bobbie jean Cox Reba Sue Cox Carolyn Estesg Betty Sue Nix, Mae Patterson, Don Smith, Douglas Haney. 52 We Visit the Elementary School Halloween Carnival WITHIN THE LEARNING 'IU SPEAK Learning about our neighhors helps us to understand them. Learning to talk to them un poco is lot of fun and muy interesante to know their customs. We must also learn to speak our own lan- guage correctly. Creative writing and poetry are not neglected. Students are encouraged to use their imagination in many ways. Even grammar is given a boost. l we USE OUR LIBRARY The Library -- the center of study and fun at M, H. S. Here one goes not only to"get a book' but many other things such as, phonograph and film strips. lt even has the best pencil sharp- ener in the school! Our faculty uses the lihrary for its meetings and most overflow- ing groups find their way there, too. A CHANCL TO COINCLINTRATL CLASSROOIVIS HOME MAKING M It's really a sight to visit this ,, ' department and just watch. In some classes one may see a fine meal being prepared or smell a tempting cake baking in the oven. In others, students are making skirts or blouses for their wardrobes and even learn- ing to wash them. Good manners, meal planning, and sewing rules are taught under the capable su- pervision of our three Home Ec teachers. Thanks to the Science boys, Homemakers get to see movies that are connected with their work. l'l'l Get busy, "T" .KRT What noise is left over from the shop is probably that from the Art lab. There's noise from hammer- ing metal on anvils, making jewelry, and sawing. You may feel heat from the torch. If you should open the door something might hit you in the face. "Miss Mac" would say it was a mobile. is hh.- YU!- f Oh, goody! Some candy e , 'f Qi' ' 133 ' A 1 g?f'-Q' gl Such Busy Bees Raymond and Calvin explore a proyector SHOP These two are probably our two most outstand- ing skills. lf you hear a bzzzzzzzzzz---yes, it's probably the shop. Scattered all over the room are lamps, tables, and magazine racks which different stu- dents are making. l'nder the supervision of Mr. Hughes, one can readily see that many good craftsmen will be turned out of this class. Look who' s working 55 "What's so startling, Mrs. Smith?" In the New Gym 063 aol ei we A "Something to eat, at X5 upne ll up After a long, anxious wait we got into our new gym after Christmas vacation. And since that time it has been constantly filled with the shouts and cheers of the Health and Physical Education classes. All classes now have uniform clothing and we are taught to play and work together in a wholesome, co-operative way. We even like to take the showers after activity classes! ln addition to our physical activities another favorite pastime in the building is eating in the cafeteria. Here we are served hot lunches under the able direction of Mrs. Smith, her kitchen staff, and the Cafeteria Management Class. The gym fills a genuine need in our school program and we wonder now how we ever did without itl ll' 4 uf, Nl "Practice makes perfect" M-And HOW to the Showefn Commercial Variety makes it interesting U lhorking up speed rv-1'--e "The big question is, will it balance?" This department, the busiest de- partment in school, is headed by Mrs. Baader. At almost anytime you can hear the rattle of the type- writers, see pupils writing short- hand Characters, or struggling with a bookkeeping problem. After obser- ving this for awhile this department may be classed as ---- "most likely to drive one crazy." Many of us who dreaded the idea of first and second year algebra were pleasantly surprised when we learned how interesting it could be to work what seemed to be impos- sible and endless problems. Under excellent supervision by our "math minds" everyone can enjoy math. Our history classes are studying today's problems with the idea of understanding them and attempting to bring ancient problems up-to-date and visualize manners and customs in contrast to our own. History and Math History comes to life on the globe Bar Science Creeping creatures, foul odors, electric sparks, minor explosions -- all have punctua- ted our science classes. There was the day when the frog paraded up and down the aisles in biology lab and the time when the earth- worm having its head dissected stared so hy- pnotizingly back at the offender that he lost his nerve. The Science Fair spurred us on to even greater achievements. Thus we have worked that we might learn to understand some of the many everyday happenings around us. Sig I 3 "Electronics must be interesting." "GoshY Listen to the sound waves." 7 "Bi I y fy X wil "Be sure to get the right stuf 'r Ar 6 5 fl"Dn7y and H are Q, dc-hh? S' Cla 5 I Ss-ai, f ,fr aff' , , fo ' vlf' Q 7 us, f H Poor froggief' ASS EIVIBLY PROGRAMS We enjoy group sxngmg . sw' fl .viasmon U ' -mvuw Ss GX: ,YDS ,DOW gouwve i The wpnders Fhat magic worksl' ly V ff 'Beware of the head-hunterl' ffff. . I '3 Q XXX Nqx' N f SS . - ,X ' .x i S y- 'A -., - X QAQGCQS ,un - OMS, H GN 1 , Lxbtaw c me Shoo 1198- B0 om om Bo Tucked away in our memories of unforgetable things at N1 H S will always be thoughts of how we celebrated Christmas This year it seemed even more enjoyable than usual The last day of school the teachers entertained the students Everyone gathered in the audrto rium and sang Christmas Carols and enjoyed ice cream and cookies Christmas spirit filled the air as we boarded the buses to go home for a two weeks vacation Putting up Santa M. H. S. FFA and FHA Christmas Party "Eat, drink and be merry"-- that's the motto for Xmas at x X x m a!,'7 LW !l?',"if': l N X519 4' .A l YN" Rudolph is part of our Christmas Christmas spirit Ll Coffee time in the lounge ' A 1 N Q T' ' . 54 -N -254 if , :lf "Y I Asxsbb I 'Qiw ' F 1 ll , E H Ai y F s s:i:.F,..,WAM y1g,,a ,Q W . ,D i U , I my I ji i A f , . , 1 if J ' i .fx an 1 . y . . I I , ff? ! Eighth Graders have Christmas Trees, too! Decorating the "Big Tree" 'Merry Xmas," f' X say Annette and Grace l l l "Without a Song'- what would Xmas be? l N jean gives the typing "Who's decor room the 'Xmas look". the girls or the tree?" G1 , H ,,. Mx , 'What a picture!' Enioying Chapel just be patient, you'1l get some!' '50Il1Cb0dY made 3 b00'bo0-l 18th Century Dance lg! 'Piedmont Pink?" X 'Knock, knock, who's there? 1 I 'I-CVS d0n'1sf1 foulhi girls-' Preparing Thanksgiving Baskets ilu- V f l- 'N V Lm,H,.J:.4-u.. x 3:4 yur fu 1 4 X . 3' s 'Q " , a ', , Ga f if Q, Y so Yxlches QQQABS pn Q L61 "Buddy, Have a Drink' 44 Qu - if 1 Li 1 ,aim 5 1. if 3 A 1 1? +55 ' n Down Amon e the S hfffenng Pala' sl 1 1 -,, I 'Siuing On Top of the World' 9 3.2 ' : L8 A h A -T M ' X . h , 9 Svle ere Stands 4 1 , wa' can 'io the Gia '. M9 ss ' ,G ll 1 reenback f Give Me Five Minutes Moxe' Blllf-so 'Walking My Baby Back Home' 44 xr Chewing Bubblegum' ":..15.. Feudmg, Fussxng, and a Fxghung Wild, Wild Women 'Stranger in Paradise " Z I 'ln the Good Old Summer Time' NEW GYNINASIUIVI f Aff fx ff, QS? S J ,J ' gal sh' J- 555 : Q09 All "" 'I :lg ll 9-5 55" SZQEEESE as ee I A ,f - " I is o f ..... 244 + -5 r-r-1 "HUM -uw N I an par- yy SX., WHY I X I -3 ,,, g HMI 5: Hllmll If f- ,uf if- ff If " Hllll mm Q , ,WE 55' :, -" ... ff' "UQ 4"j'f g ' 2 'ug X V Q"-'sv' api: J ' ff ,ff 'ww . ? ,jf-1?y N X X XXX x ,Q ,X 1 ,, ff. 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A , ' L, . ,wiv , ,F e I ' S U I We Salute Our Coaches lfy 'la x Seated Letchas, Wrlson Standmg Beavers, Roper The Season t0 60' A sd' 09" -5 -oo NL fa oo ll SEPTEMBER 18TH 'Qing jackxe Wade teamed wlth Estes one week later as eqqth N Mrlton bumped nexghbormg Roswell 13 0. Although not up to then usual form, the Alpharetta eleven was never nn trouble as Terrell jenkins and james Drns more held the Hornets rn check. Our success ln all branches of athletrcs thrs year was largely due to the untrrmg efforts of our coaches, Gus Letchas, Lou Roper Ralph Wrlson and Carrol Beavers We, the students and patrons of Mrlton, feel that we have the best coaches that can be found, and to them we give the credrt for the success that we have attarned durmg the past year ID sports They are not just our coaches, but men who tell us how to play the game, men who have our frtendshrp and to whom we look for gurdance, men who have rn spxred us and have never glven up no matter how great the odds Thank you, for that frghtrng spzrrt that seemed to have carrred us over when the gomg was rough and for the cool thrnkrng that ever prevatled during the t1me of crxses We are forever grateful to you for your patrence and your leadershrp SEPTEMBER 11TH MILTON MCDONOUGH Coach Gus Letchas' Mrlton Ea es won therr 16th game wrthout defeat by downlng McDonough 18 0 rn the opening game of 1953 Gene Estes, Grlbert Phrl lnps, and Douglas Haney led the Eagles attack In spxte of losmg seven starters for 1952, Milton seemed headed for another banner year fn ar oqod 61 aa, A , Qixylny . ily 7 , iii gm, eg . . . 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X1 l ,, Y, . sea C c Lt oy I J' "Q to 3 E g el, 1 K wi oxldoo 9051 X1 OCTOBER ZND All good things must end , they say, and Milton s 18 game winning streak ended in a big way After rolling up a 14 7 half time lead against Campbell of Smyrna, t e Eagle offense and defense collapsed simultaneously while Campbell applied a 48 14 shellacking Estes Wade, Gilbert, and I-lamp Phillips sparked the Eagles first half drives but were unable to generate a scoring thrust in the 5rd and 4th quarters SEPTEMBER 25TH Conyer's Bulldogs put up a terrific battle for three quarters but bowed to a fourth quarter drive by the Eagles 7 0 The game boiled down to one inescapable conclu sion Milton had Gene Estes and Conyers didn t Gilbert Phillips, Hamp Phillips, Bobby Holcombe, and Lamar Wheeler starred for Milton 'ad H A T I1 A PPEN So HER EP OCTOBER 9TH e P34 O 0 we ox-001 at o OCTOBFR 23RD Lawrenceville was next to feel the power of the Milton juggernaut as they bowed 45 0 The losers never threat ened the Eagle goal as Haney, Wade, Holcombe, Eouts, jenkins, Dinsmore, and Estes had a full day The Eagles bounced back into the win column after their defeat by Campbell with an easy 14 0 victory over downs, one on a sixty five yard punt return Marcus outs, Don White and Oliver Mullxnax led the defense OCTOBER 16TH Milton scored early and often a week later as Stone Mountain fell 41 O Estes, Hamp Phillips, J B Roper, Wade, and Bobby Holcombe scored touchdowns OVER FOR A TOUCHDOWN . . . . , . A 9 hi P' ' , If ' ll ' 1 'Pb A V - ' i i li , . . 'n in T - . , visiting Buford. jackie Wade scored both Milton touch- F . . . I fu" YN 1 ll' .-X, . X it it Ga A ' , if 'W' if . A - I 5 'bw f I 54 A - . ' A , A , OCTOBE R 3 OTH Bobby Holcombe, star Eagle halfback, was lost for the season with a broken collar bone as Milton downed Tucker 21-0. This victory gave the Eagles a 7-1 record for the season. Starting along with Holcombe were H. Phillips, G. Phillips, jenkins, Estes and Henderson. NOVEMBE R 6TH Next was a night Milton fans would rather forget. The Eagles journeyed to Lithonia as 7 point favorites over the Bulldogs and limped home losers by a 27-14 score. Lithonia scored in the first three minutes but Estes HOLCO.l evened the score for Milton with a 75 yard burst of power " PE SCOR Es a few plays later. For the next three quarters the vaunted A TOUCHDOWN Eagles offense was stopped by a stout Lithonia line and Milton lost their first conference game in two years. NOVEMBER 13TH The last game of the season saw Chamblee and Milton "DON'T KICK HIM!" SOUTH HABERSHAM 21 - MILTON 14 Four days after winning the division crown, Milton played South Habersham of Cornelia for the Region 4-B title, A leaky pass defense was the Eagles downfall as they were beaten 21-14. Estes had put Hilton out in front in in the first quarter with a 60 yard touchdown run and again in the second on a 20 yard pass from Gilbert Phillips. But South Habersham was not to be denied and came back in the second half to win. Haney, Fouts, jenkins, and llhite were outstanding. battle to a 13-13 tie. Chamblee capitalized on two Eagle fumbles early in the game and jumped in to a 13-O lead before Estes, Wade and Co. began to move. Estes scored both Milton touchdowns. This was the last game for seniors Capt. Douglas Haney, Marcus Fouts, Lamar Wheeler, Don White, Terrell jenkins, and Gilbert Phillips. 4. WADE FIGHTS FOR TOUCHDOWN MILTON 14 - LITHONIA 0 Milton got sweet revenge in the play-offs of the western Division of Region 4-B. A regular season loss to Lithonia threw the Eagles into a three way tie with Conyers and Lithonia, but after the Bulldogs downed Conyers in the first play-off game, Milton won the championship with a convincing 13-0 victory. Gene Estes was the big gun for the Eagles scoring both touchdowns, one on a brilliant 70 yard run. Other stand- outs were james Dinsmore, Douglas Haney and Terrell jenkins. LAMAR HANSARD Manager SUMMEROUR HENDERSON MJ .15 X GEORGE HICKS Manager HOLCOMBE WHEELER Varsity BOBBY HOLCOMBE 145 LBS Bobby was a powerhouse on defense He could always be counted on for posxtron He was unable to fxmsh the season because of an xnjury he re cerved rn the Tucker game LAMAR WHEELER 5 11 165 LBS Although Lamar had never played football before he developed xnto a good center He was the team s outstandmg downfreld blocker JIMMY SUMMEROUR 160 LBS jxmmy was a reserve center As he has two more years to play we ex pect to see htm make an outstanding kicker and center WALLACE HFNDERSON 155 LBS Wallace played a rugged game Hrs well trmed blockxng and tacklrng crumbled even the biggest foe We believe he will make a great lineman rn the commg years MARCUS FOUTS 170 LBS Marcus, lettenng for his fourth year of football probably played hrs best game against Roswell He was especlally good on defense 'MQ-K - . Q 1 y i I if "JL . 4 5,9ll . , tearing up interference to get to the ball carrier from his halfback ! I .a l ,A . , . . 6'0" . g W ' I 51911 . 61311 ' WADE HUGGINS Football JACKIE WADE 175 LBS Jackre won the respect of all the players wrth hrs great rmnrng Hrs punt return agarnst Buford was the longest touchdown run of the season for Mrlton Wade has one year of elrgrbrlrty left and rs expected to help spark Mrlton to a successful season next fall FOSTER HUGGINS 140 LBS Foster was another one of our capable quarterbacks He was probably best at passrng Huggrns was unable to frnxsh the season because of an HAMPTON PHILLIPS 13 7 LBS Chrtlens was a powerhouse at hrs fullback posrtron As a lxnebacker he was one of our best He won the trtle as one of the State's Lrttle Grants" He has two more years IAMES DINSMORE 175 LBS Boom Boom was one of the most vrcxous tacklers on the team As a punter he usually succeeded rn gettmg hrs team out of troubles He was an All Regron Tackle tlus year MARSHALL SIMMS 155 LBS Marshall was a reserve tackle who can be counted on for some outstand mg playing before hrs school days are over PHILLIPS DINSMORE SIMMS FOUTS 3 , v A ' I H. 5'7" . 51911 . injury he received during practice. 5!9ll . 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SAMPLES MULLINAX WHI1 T ROPER G PHILLIPS STRICKLAND OLIVER MULLINAX 170 LBS Oliver was a freshman playrng hrs flrst year on the varslty He has been terrxfrc on defense and offense and has three more years to use hrs wenght and power stoppxng enemy plays JOHN SAMPLES 5 I1 150 LBS john IS another freshman who made the team It IS believed he will frll an end positron next season WILBURN WHITT 125 LBS Wllburn lS a good all round quarterback who we expect to flll the slot D J B ROPER 5 ll 145 LBS This was j B s frrst year of football but he has made a great showing on the varsity He rs especially good on offense E GILBERT PHILLIPS 145 LBS Gilbert was the brams of the Milton offense Hrs perfect signal calling and precrsron blockrng led the Eagles to many vrctorres DORSEY STRICKLAND 7 130 LBS Dorsey was a hugh stepping back who could do some fine broken fleld runmng He has two years left to play EUGENE ESTES, Co captam 175 Las Gene made All State for the second consecutive season and IS conslder ed one of the State s best backs He was a great runner and equally as great as a passer or kicker He IS one of the twelve lettermen returnmg next fall RODDY DANGAR 198 LBS Roddy was the heavxest man on the team and will be using hrs wexght advantage on opponents for three more years 0 I - ' ,. u l f I 6531, . I I ll . 5'5" . for several years with his quick-thinking and strategy. : I U Y 'I I I . , . . . . . . 5l9lY . - 5' ff - - ' 6'1" . I ' . 5l8ll . ESTILS DANGAR BOBBY RONLI 150 LLB Bobby wrll be a frne prospect to frll one of the end spots next year He was very good at getting under long passes DOUGLAS HANEY Captaln 180 LBS Doug played h1s best on offense He was one of the team s best pass recelvers as he proved ln the South Habersham game by catching three passes rn the last minute of the game He was chosen an A1lReg1on nd DON VCHITI 170 LBS Don was especrally good at crashlng as he proved ln the second Lxthonla game rn the play offs llls defensxve and offensive abrlnty wrll be greatly mrssed next year TIHRRYLL JI NKINS 170 LBS Terrell was a very fast hard hlttlng guard who was very dependable both on offense and defense Hts specialty was the sub-marme He rs another senror who rs leavrng a vacant spot to be frlled next season DON DI VOR! 150 LBS Dean was a reserve guard who when called upon gave hrs team some fine playlng He played hrs outstandlng game at Lawrenceville ROWE HANEY WHITE DEVORE IENKINS CHEERLEADERS Miss Paradrse Sponsor An 1mportant part of our sports program at Mxlton IS our cheerleaders Lnsurpassed rn appearance and untrrmg rn thelr efforts our cheerleaders command the admrrauon of all The red cap grrls are at every game cheerlng the Eagles on to therr goal and gxvlng them encouragement when the going rs tough C First Aou I e t to rzgbt Joyce Prurtt Sally Powell Captam jo Anne Xxx Dot Horns Patsy N1cC1nn1s Loulse Landers A . A fe W , i x . . R Q VX , ,gpg ,E U g 11.4 4 ,,. 'Y l. A 1 ,. x v' 'Qx and . N I V-.-If ' .: - . . Y E l I' BASKETBALL Basketball at Milton High School showed vast improvement over pre vious years. Although their record was on the mediocre side the Eagles fielded a scrapping and talented team. After the disastrous season of the year before, the charges of Coaches Lou Roper and Carrol Beavers won six games and showed great promise of things to come. Only two starters, Douglas Haney and Marcus Fouts graduate. On the feminine side of the ledger the picture was about the same, a year or two away but improving with every game. One thing can be said about the Lady Eagles, they beat our neighbor to the South Roswell, both times the teams played This in itself is an accomplish ment which takes some of the sting out of other defeats. Coach Gus Letchas loses only three players from this year's squad, Ann Reese, La Rae Hall and Sandra Upshaw. The "winningest" team at Milton was the boys' "B" Team, coached by Ralph Wilson. After a slow start they ended up winning fourteen games, including ten in a row. These boys have gained valuable ex- perience that can be put to good use on the varsity next year. I., -Q is I gl L , A tense meme . , , al' , E , ,ti I , af 'ff , ,f , Y I N, ' , , -, , 6 'td-gif "Get it Shirley!" Basket bound ,V ,, , , - 'z' gf gr ' 5,15 .pg gm ' va if A 2 0 . s. Q ' x 1. , ul f' A, U, Q. mf, All eyes on the ball I c-Q55 V A I- li 'i f,,,.f1J M. MW , N -4 if fi' 1 W " i I . , :gf .7 1 A "iff K M1 La"t'.t' - ' 1' ,. . U I -W 1, S? V I Aiwa P t , ' - E 4 4 t . rtYi'n I V V 1 I B ,, , him score, L I e "DOH" ie ' 4 ' A W , ' i S' QQ " 37" A, V4 'Le'-f ,, ' 75 "just a little higher, Doug!" Varsity Teams ,,f DQ as ID LT 1 0 X yr Lfo Y QS 3 " , ,,, X f vu N T ilk glffq yi- 1 11-J' Nqtr .V as. 4.- v'!""'w A gg Mba' Back row Le t lo Rzgbt Nlr Gus Letchas, Coach Patsy Turner La Rae Hall Ann Reese Peggy Walker Shnrley cnkms Klary Beth llkms Front Row Left to Rzgbl Ann Nlanmng Sally Shtrley lmestme Lowart bandra Upshaw, Qaptam Betty can Bolmg Beverly Clay Rebecca Cox li 'Q I zrs! Ao P110 g I limes llmsmore Co Captaln Xhrtus louts C06 aptam 1 Ut r tv r fOAC1 Rot x xntar anxter te 1 e lloub as lanes lirrx Nhsnlurn xx rtvn NM urn wlutt lx lxxns Manx Bark .Ron L fl lo zg tr olm Lotus Samples, N1ma.s,er, Donald DeVore NOFUNU llugl16S, OUXCI VUUIHHX. Btllx Neese I 'S tr . v A A , 04 t G 4 . O - .. a, .4 . 5 6 W fx sf 'f t fr h ' QQ A , I t W4 , ,I Q, - X X . ' I ! V x K1 at tm- ' f H .il X lv L? . ' ' 'Lf 5 . V -A -. , 7 U -'P' - , 'wk' "."'-L "2 , - """' -, 3' ' , I-.M , k nn . 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J I In BASEBALL As baseball season rolls around it looks like another good year is in store for Nlilton Although it is necessarv to write this story before the season actually begins we will try to give you a brief glance of what we believe will happen and of some of the boys who will help bring these things about With only three players gone from the prevxous season prospects look good Returning are first baseman Nlarcus bouts Gent lzstes outfield and pit cher Gilbert Phillips second baseman Hamp Phillips third baseman llwyn itover catcher james Dinsmore pit ther and outfield Don White outfield and foster Huggins short stop With this as a nucleus Coaches Gus Let Chas and Ralph Wilson expect to build a successful team A -'- R+-of 7165 I 'Suv Vs 9.490 DINSMORI- 'mx :H is 1 aff in ,ga rv'- x,t, an , div-I'-1 I S'lOVlfR .1 llh it ., R xx. A 41, QW J4-Jnbsq, fy 'Ti -2 L MASHBURN D WHIH- IOUTQ r- Q mms Qs! s. 1 x A ' V il ' I Ll " Left lo right: Don White, Larry Slashburn, Marcus Fouts, Elwyn Stover, Gene Estes, Foster Lee Huggins, Gilbert Phillips, Hampton Phillips, james Dinsmore, Nlanager, Lamar Hansard 'iadfil' ' "'-' I .9- avi, 5 ' iv. 7 .-1 i,,e...,. ,M v,,Q,, h 1 1, 4., ,il A An 1. ta., 7......-""' 'N .'Q3":'!'l.I, ,ml I. M .IW ..", ',..- - 1 "" 'Azz--!",""' nn, ,aff -t ,mf ri D As Spring aports gl-r unilvr way our 'tnnilx rurn 4 o ro -UI Q 4 L. If 4 niiriirally ti-warn lrack lpxsnis, 'Ihe- Ae-rin will 2 pn Rx much L00 twirl' I0 even givt' an rsrirnatf' of what our rr-ani will be like. Ut' cours:-, thi- Start' and I-ifrh llisrrift Nle,-ers will form rht' goal toward which all tilt' trams will be work' Ai n- ing, an-l vw have ample faith in our ream's abiliry io ,give a good accounr of itself this year. This ycar's team will be made up of men whose' names have already appeared in our sports pages. Probably appearing will be: Hamp Phillips, Hobbs' Holcombe, james Dinsmore, Jackie Wade, Dorsey Strickland, and others who cannot bf- nam:-il at this f-nrly claw. ,fi Pl1lLLlPSj ,mi . , 'ngizh an .4-i I, di 4 QA. - ,ff A-I "..n!'1. PEL WADE . v-?""4A'4 .tw V N, .., in M - , an W My 1 gl r .., h I ' 1.,-- - - - Hum- ' -. -- . f -- ,- " M- A' 5 . -. 4 ,v MA I I 'M , V - 75,1 3, . .- M."""ZvQ?' W 1111- -.f- .,f"'1' '- ,,,,.f .., , 15. ,f .,, . M .. , yv 0, ,, - '2 I, -, . V 1 ' -Nfffn. V,- ' .-415.1 V :. ,,, -1-1 Y M' , ' "A'9"" -' HOL Q ' 'rw ' X ' ' w . A '., ,, ,L COMBE , , .a.-- ,-, 5TRlC,lxLAfNlD ' - -" ,aw ' -A 4 ,.1 h - . . 4: 1 , :F J ' .aj f: l ' is ' -V , - xl! DINSMORI: Mon Verxatile . . . Mon Popular .... Moft Likely to Succeed . Moft Dependable . . Mott Athletic .... Prettieft and Best Looking Best Perfonality . . . Moy! Studioux .... Friendlieft . . junior . . Sophomore . uperfczfiueo SENIOR Sandra Upfhaw, Douglas Haney . . . jean Steppe, Don White Carolyn Estef, Larry Cbriftopher Loix Dockery, Bobby Cobb . . LaRae Hall, Marcuf Fouty Barbara Abercrombie, Gilbert Phillipf Shirley Hawkinf, Tommie Moore . Gloria Sue Foutf, Don Smith . . Dori: Stancil, I. G. Scott UNDERCLASS Betty jean Webb, Henry Hicks Sandra Stover, Bobby Holcombe . Shirley Allen, Wilburn Whitt Frefhmen . Sub-Freyhmen A x- , Q7 . Sandra Darnell, David Martin Y qnrlvuf u nu -D! an -'. - ' - nf V - - - --V . . V .. .,. . '-3--r:-g.:--...-...NJ-n .wavy--1-,J-:N-.1-.v-5- ..--w1,,N. fr- A .H .N-. -V . N.-Q. ...,.. .-- 'V f.-. -.N. .... ,. .. . .. ,. D l -. rev- N.7.7, -..,. ,-,....,--.N ...U ., --.. . - mx. -.N....:.-N V.-:,V..5.L.....-.3,--V,....:'.V.,.. N.-- fl ,' 33. r V-VL.- - V. N. W ,. . ,. 'N - W J. f. - . 1 Rf f 2 ,els . . 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' f f Of Compliments of SUMMIT VIEW FARMS 922 West Peachtree Street N W ATLANTA GEORGIA Registered Aberdeen Angus Cattle Tb and Bangs Accredlted Herd WE ALWAYS HAVE SOMETHING FOR SALE Farms Located Alpharetta Georgia Route 3 Owners DR AND MRS JOHN R WALKER Manager ALBERT REECE Complzments of ""'WtS"Ql 16490 Q R Parsons and Company W sf omun ,Q fltllq.gt 5 !,,.gt ZUFORD CUMMING among W3 NORCROSQ FLOWERY BRANCH tr 1 O k Orlun Exfermlnahng Co Inc C. ll EM 4541 Health Seruce Telephone Compllments X Ray CH 6495 Com lzments CARRUTH FURNITURE COMPANY ROSWQII N ROSH ELL GEORGIA ATLAN TA GEORGIA DR E E LINDWALL CHIROPRACTOR , . . 1 s y Complimrntx of ,,,.w. ,Q O' -it ,A ' .' 1 A 1 . Z ' 4 Q H nf F gf: h 1, - , T f 7 32133555 ' ' X 'fl ' . riff" X E-Q If--. . 2' I . .1224 ' 5 V 3 .1 .EF . ILS'-Lil' B "O 0" he r in Man . . . .I . Wurldk Largest Pest Control Company 'z , p . Of Of c l 0 r ., . . V I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I T' 1 1 1 4 4 4 4 4 1 1 4 1 I I 1 1 I I 1 I 1 1 ' tx . - :J I , gg .. PATTEN BROS. GRADING CONTRACTORS BULLDOZER AND DRAGLINE WORK Sub-Divisions and Lakes as a Specialty PHONE 6355 ROSWELL, GEORGIA CHIROPRACTIC . . . A CAREER Today There Is No Greater Humanitarian Work Before Mankind. OPPORTUNITY UNLIMITED For Further Information Contact DRS J B and NELLE B MOTSINGER 3110 Roswell Road Office CHerokee 5523 ATLANTA GA Emergency ELg1n 4066 Compliments Of LOUIE E. JONES FUNERAL HOME Phone 2171 Res ALPHARETTA GEORGIA 3431 Complzments W R REEVES 81 SONS ROSYVELL GLORCIA SAY IT WITH FLOIVERS LET THEM BE OURS Bellsam Florlst and Greenhouses ROSWEI L GEORGIA Phones 3801 and 5633 Complzments KIRBY S VARIETY STORE I 4 . . . . .. I I 1 - I . , - 1 1 1 J of , 1 F 0 0 I p - 4 I I I 1 1 I I . I I 1 I Of I I 1 I :I I 'I P :I I :I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I P 'I I 'I 'I 'I :I I 'I 'I 1. I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I :I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I :I 'I 'I 'I 3 I 'I 'I 5. I 'I 'I 'I 5. I 'I 'I 'I 17 :I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 I 1 3 I 'I 1 I I 1 3 3 3 'I 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 'I 'I 'I 4 3 I 'I 1 I 1 3 'I 1 'I 'I 1 I 'I 'I 1 OUR BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1954 C ongmtulationr from the Owners and Employees of JOS. COHEN COMPANY Lad 'n Dad Slacks Alpharetta Georgra C omplzmentr ROSWELI. SEATING COMPANY Roswell Georgra F F A Your Needs Your Boy an Boy Needs FF A Ol' AR fl?-il .393-F 1 Z' 551-10 9 AX FA f Q. Q c Ql"'i,1o D 0 u I REG U S PAT OFF fomplmzentf 0 School Echoes Staff Ed1rors Sporrs Busmess Mgr Sponsor CAROLYN LAWSON DOI GLAS HANEH GILBERT PHILLIPS MARCLS Foors DON WHITE LOIS DOCKERY MR RALPH WILSON 3 I 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 'I 4 3 3 3 'I 4 3 3 'I 4 I 4 'I :I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 1 3 3 3 3 I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 4 'I :I 3 I 1 :I . 4: 4' 'I 4' 'I I 4 :I 4: 4' 'I 4' 3 I :I 4: 1, 13 ll 1 4: 'I 4, 3 4 I 4' 'I 4' 'I 4' 'I 4' 'I 4' ' 'I 4' 'I I 4 1- I: 4, :I 1' 'I 3 O 4, I 4 1' 'I 4' 'I 4' 'I 4' 'I 4' 'I 4' 'I 4' 'I 4' 'I I 4 1' 'I 3 . 4, I 4 4 , 3 1' 'I 4' 'I 4' 'I 4' 'I 1' 'I 4' 'I 4' 'I 4' 'I I 4 1' . . . 'I 4: A ' f :I :I f d 4: I 4 5. . . . .I 4' 'I :I - -- Q A 1: 4: I E Qlq :I 4 , I 4' 'Ai' Q' 5 ' 'I 3 , 1 . . .... 4, II 1 'f-.1-511 I ' 'I I : ,. ' V. 4 4 ,, 5. 1 I4 L I 3: 1.154 I '74.fI Club News .... JUANITA COLLETT 1: I N I 1 1 I 1: Q Q ' .I .Il Q 4, ...... 1, 1 Il 7 ' V I 4' . X I7 I- 'I 4: .1 X - :I 'I 5 ' -4- 7 4' 4 W' - X - I 3 'POT V 4, 1, , , . , . . . 4, I - 4 1 I I .I . . . . . . . 4 1. X , 4, 4: N ' :I 4 T . . . . , . - I I 4 1, 43 1, A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A'A-A'A-A AvAvA'AvAvA'-vA'A'A'AvAvAvAv,vA'Av,v,,I it C07Ig1'!ZfIll!lff012I tothe CLASS OF '54 Alpharetta NuKIeenzit Co. Ph. 2661 - 3442 Congratulations . . . Graduates of 1954 ATLANTA DIVISION, UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, fastest growing unit in your state university system, offers you over twen- ty career programs leading to the Bachelor of Business Administration degree. Other career plans include the S. S. in Nursing Education degree or three years to- ward the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degrees. General military science R.O.T.C. also is offered. Szfzdenz rerzficer: Placement office and stu- dent credit union provide aid for students who wish to finance their own college edu- cation. PI AN NOW TO ENTER the downtown S7 000000 pl int which also offers the 1954 high school graduates fi new and completely fur conditioncd library and classroom build in BETSY ROSS BREAD IT STAYS FRESH LONGER Co mplzmeufi Mllton Hugh P T A Cozzzplmzefztr Gorclons Dept Store Phone 7551 .gn 7117 if? of of I O Q- ---v --- ----v- -------v----- v--v- - A ----- v---v A ...v....v. - - -- 4 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 3 3 3 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 3 4+ 3 3 3 3 3 'I 1 4+ 4+ 4+ + 1+ 4 3 3 3 4+ 3 4+ 'I '+ 1 41 4+ 4+ 3 I 1 gI 'I 5 THE VARSITY Trade Mark Reg. Fresh Foods Curb Service ATLANTA ATHENS For Flowers . . . Remember R. E. Day Service Station ALPHARETTA Fl.ORIST Standard Oil Products MRS. C. F. TNIARTIN, Owner Phone 3711 Phone 1441 N1 hts 15' XLPHAR1 HA f,hORmA Au HARE'l'lA GFORGIA fum 11111161115 C0l7Zp!I2I1C'IIS HAWKIN S FEED STORE TOMMIE HENDERSON M1811 Brom C 111 I1 111 ROSWELL MOTOR COMPANY wus 3 SIIXXIC1 1'110I1L JRIH Rom 1 11 C14lRClX 4, 3 3 3 3 gI 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4+ 4+ 3 3 4+ 3 3 'I 1: 1+ 'I 3 3 1+ + 4 + 1+ 4 I 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 1 + 1 + 1+ 1 + '+ '+ '+ 1+ 4 4' '-'-A-'v'-'-'-'v--A---::vw-:A-'Av-.-A-v-.-.-.A.-.-v-v-v-,Av-.-.-,-,-,A,A,A A,A,A,A A A,A A A AAAAA A A A A A A A A A A AA...... A A A A A A A A A A 4, - -----v-vvvvvv- -.--........vvv ....., - 4+ 3 3 4+ 4+ 3 4+ 3 1 5 3 4 , U 2 1, ' I 'I 1 3 'I 4 . 4' I 4+ 4' . - 4' I 4, Q 1 4 S+. 4' ' , 3 1' A 1, , 4' - ' 4' ' 4' f I, i 4 4+ I ' . 4: 7 U91 Ig 2 4, A ' 4 . 4' . 4+ 4+ . , 4. 4: 3 ,... :I , 1 A + 1. 11 T 4: . , I r I 4 D A. ' I - . 1 1 'I I ' "' ' Z R - Y ' 1 . 1' 1 L' Ass- - C? 4' I..A S su.. 4 ... + - 1 A Ig 4 1. 1+ 1, 1 4 3 4 , 1, I 4+ , A . 3 V . 1, -an 4' , 1- 0 A . 3 41 . . A 4' . A . . 5 'I :I - A- . 4' L O . 4? 5-9, . 1' . T 3 3 " 4' , 3 H -. 3 H 4' 3' 'I 1: 4 3 l 1 + 1 3 'I 3 4+ 4+ 3 bvvvvvvrrvvvvvv:vrf::fff:::::,:::::AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Cmnjaliments of ROSWELL BANK 1Vem11e1'FedcmI Deposit Inszzrrmre Corp. Roswau. GEORGIA Complzments OLD MILTON MOTORS Phone 9451 5199 ALPHARETTA GFORGIA THE GREEN ROOSTER Dru c In Restaurant Steaks Cat Fls Barbecue SIJClll1gllI1l1dX Dlnncrs P11 6094 X1 PHARF'l'I'A C Com lznzrnts McGmnls Servlce Sfahon Zl1fP70dllf'fS flHIVllIf1lI0fIU71S tothe S1 XIOR K1 A99 Burgess Furniture Co MHHRP H Wm HARPTIA ,x P1 4331 of V- . ' 'h . - A . . . , JA. , p' T 3 'A , of li - ' , A .- '11, CA. Ph. ALI, 1 11A'c." 1' I r. .,...... v--- :P ,P ,P 'I 'P P 4 4 ,P 4 P 'P P P ,P P P P P P P P P 4 ,P F. H. A. : ,I 5 +0 of ' '7 5 K 2 W Ll- A f oe 5' 4 to 'PD OQNX NEW rl "Learning to live better today in order that our lives and those of our families may be better romor row An old fashioned ' recipe, but o ' 1' -- new taste Smons - sensation. l 9'2mB:P?l' P 'f'lf5'3f'f'-vizmb-ANP ' A . 5-as -19 Liv' I 4 I S 1 I I' x '-T51-2 5 Ig -f ew , A f If you cannot purchase this in your home town-write us-P.O. Box J. S., Chicago l90P A Sexton Quaid, Zvi Parsons and Company General Mercbmzdzfe Cumming Ga Ph 7315 C omplzmentr Milton Elementary School Parent Teacher Assoclatlon North Fulton Livestock Association Orgmized to improxe the lixestotk mdustrx in this community and wrouse the interest of xoung people in lixestock tour TOTAL Wfhen Food Bill You Shop ls Less LUNIM 23104228 Colonial Stores 1 1 4 ,P 1 1 P P 4 ,P P P P 4 4 P P 'P P P P P 4 ,P 4 'P P P P ,P 4 4 4 ,P ,P P P 4 ,P P 1 A ' ,A Av',','vAvAvA Av' ,A AvAv'v v v 'Av vAv v v vAvAv v' 'vA.A-A A A v v vAv Av v vAvAvAv v vAvA A P :P 'C 'P 'P 4, I 'P , 'P i, , :P . o - l :P I , - 'P ' . : 'P 'P . ' :P ' ' P 'P 4, - 'P ' . 4, , . :P 'I ll . r- 'P :P l . ' 4, 4 , fi Q - l 'P 1, A :P - Q , I . 4, - 4, , 4, , 4, I 4 f . ,P 1, 1 ,l 4 ,P ,P ,P ,P ,P 'I 1 ,P ,P 4: X 1 ,P ,P o ,P ,P ,P ,P 1' - 4' ' P I 1 ,P ,P ,P ,P ,P 4: Q 'P 4, Q 4, Sn - 1 ,P ,P 1' . 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L, 5,3599 - ' C of 1 1 yfywywnlll JOHN B HINBS ALPHARETTA BAPTIST CHURCH JL MORRIS A B Harfield Pafmr W W PHILLIPS B T HICKMAN AI PHARETTA METHODIST CHLRCH R K Brown Pafmr IOAN GLANCY ALPHARETTA BAPTIST TABERNACLE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL I H Lawson Paftor 1 ""v'-'v'-'v'v'v'-A-'-'ff-'-'v'v'v'vA-'-'f:f'-'-'--'- -2A:--'A-A-:rv-v-A-: -v-v---A--vA----A:-::.-:vu-v v .-. .-.-:v-.-.-v-.-.-:.-.-.-.-:v-.-.-.-.-.-v-.-.-,-,-v-v-,-.-,-.-. .-,-,- -.-.-.-,-,-,-,A.-,-.-.A.-,-,-,- -.-.-.-,-,-,-,-.-,-.-: -,-.-.-.-I , v 'I 'T 'I 'I 'I :I 1' . I :I 9 Q I! 9 4' . . . . 'I 1, , ' 1, . 'I . ' 7: 1' ' I , ' 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I :I ,I I Q' , . I :I ,Alf 1' ' 1: 2 1 ". ' :I , I 6 1: S K I. I I - ' ' :. 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