North Augusta High School - Sandspurs Yearbook (North Augusta, SC)
- Class of 1958
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Dedication . . . . . . .
Introduction to School Life
Editors' Note . . . . . .
Trustees . . . .
Students at Work .
1 Juniors ....
Sandspurs Staff .
Samlspurs Notes .
Student Council .
Beta Club ....
Yellow jacket Staff .
Junior Marshals .
Band . . .
F. T. A. . .
Block Letter Club .
Le Cercle Francais .
Comwolei Club .
M. H. A. .
J. H. A.
Bus Drivers .
Football . .
Track . .
Intramurals . . .
Review of the Season .
Formal Superlatives .
Informal Superlatives .
Highlights of the Year .
ADVERTISING . .
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Seniors crammed for exams.
The band practiced daily.
The 1957 football season was colorful
A dance followed Homecoming.
THE PARTS OE A
EI E TIMEPIECE -
In any school the mainspring of the activity is the
classes. At North Augusta High the future physi-
cist or secretary starts his technical training and
develops high standards as Well as gains practical
experience to help him fit into the pattern of adult
life. Whether the student portrays a scene from
"Mncbeth,' or builds a cabinet in the shop, he ac-
quires knowledge that is invaluable to his future.
In the physics lab Nancy Arnett Writes
Joyce McKie, Claire Brierley, and Pat Boose act out the Witches
Scene from "Macbeth"
Mimi Berry and Barbara Andrews learn to become efficient secretaries
up the experiment that Erin Williams
-and Mr. Buist are performing.
Robert Whntley and Ray Dunagan use a band saw in the
ARE THE MAIN SPRING
The Block Letter Club raised North Aujgusta's
first YELLOW JACKET flag.
On College Day Claire Brierley, Joyce McKee, Mimi Berry, Connie Dukes, and Barbara
Andrews talked with the representative from Anderson College.
School is not all studying and classes.
The extracurricular activities at North
Augusta High maintain a balance
which enables the student to develop
a well -rounded personality. During
football season the Block Letter Club
prefented the school with a YELLONW
JACKET flag. On College Day, spon-
sored by the Beta Club, Juniors and
Seniors talked with college representa-
tives. The junior class presented a three-
act play, and in june three Juniors
attended Boys, and Girls, State.
Joyce McKie, Pat Tim-
merman, and Marguer-
ite Sikes attended Boys'
and Girls' State.
Ruby Thom a s, Dick
Hughes, Joyce Whit-
law, and C. B. Wash-
ington had key roles in
the junior Play,
"Stranger in the
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their initiation at the Exchange Club Fair.
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Elizabeth Haygood, Charlotte Bowden, Larry
Murphree, Dan Taylor, Newton Manly, and
Marguerite Sikes wore French costumes to the
Mardi Gras Banquet.
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Soeial gatherings at North
Augusta lend a brilliant spar-
kle to school life. Le Cercle
Francais enjoyed their Mardi
Gras Banquet in true "esprit
de corpsf' Senior Betas initi-
ated new members at the Ex-
change Club Fair and the
football players received
jackets and awards at the an-
nual banquet, Highlighting
the spring season with a
"night among the starsf' the
Junior- Senior Banquet was
held in the beautifully deco-
Sammy Anderson, Bill Ken-
worthy, Pat Timmcrman, Charles
Overstreet, Larry Baynham, and
Erin Williams received trophies
at the Football Banquet.
Nola Maddox, Tommy Trimmier, Gail
Sports, and Lee Sikes danced under the
stars at the Junior-Senior.
For this thirtieth volume of SANDSPURS the staff chose the theme,"What Makes N.A. Tick?',Although
this theme is illustrated by clocks and watches, it is not based on time itself. Rather, the staff wishes to
show the school and its activities as a kind of umechanismv with many separate parts Working together
as a unit. Timepieces seem to represent this idea best because they literally "tick," We sincerely hope that
our materialized efforts will serve as a binder for fond memories of high school days at North Augusta.
Left to Right: Mr. Johnny McElmurray, Mr. William Fallaw, Mr. J. Marion Adams, Mr. G. B. Cochran, Mr. Hammond Burkhalter.
To the Seniors:
At the end of each year every businessman follows the age-old
custom of inventorying and appraising the assets of his busi-
ness. By so doing it is possible to know the condition of his
business and the results of its operation.
Upon being graduated from North Augusta High School
next June, it would be well for each of you to take inventory
of your personal assets and liabilities, your good qualities and
your shortcomings. Calmly and honestly appraise yourself
and ask yourself what you have to offer the world, and not
what the world has to offer you.
Have you taken advantage of the opportunity to obtain
an education to prepare for your chosen business or profes-
sion? Have you been fair and honest in your dealings with
everyone? Have your personal habits improved, or are you
weaker from dissipation and improper habits? Ask yourself
if you welcome responsibility or if you prefer to let another
person do the job. Have you made a determined effort to be
agreeable with your fellow man and are you helpful and co-
When you have thus seen yourself as others see you, choose
a course to follow in the future and bend every effort toward
accomplishing your aim.
Remember that no matter what you may undertake after
being graduated, there is only one purpose in life-happiness.
Remember, too, that happiness comes only from the conscious
pursuit of a worthy purpose and that there is only one worthy
purpose in life, namely, to make life better for someone else.
Whien you have donc that, you are a real success.
Chairman, Board of Trzzsizvs
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MR. PAUL KNOX
CO-ORDINATED THE ACTIVITIES OF THE AREA SCHOOLS
Graduating Class of 1958:
The poet has written-"Some ill planet reigns: I must be patient 'till the heavens look with an aspect
more favorable." This expresses the feeling created in America on October 4, 1958, when the announce-
ment came that Russia had successfully launched the first man-made moon into outer space. This small
satellite circulating our planet at 18,000 mph heralded the beginning of space travel.
We know not what the future holds for us, but one thing is absolutely clear-trained, capable leaders
are necessary for competition and even survival. I, therefore, beseech you all to continue your formal edu-
cation, that you might meet the challenge of the time.
. S. E. STILLWELL
COUNSELED WITH THE STUDENTS
To the students of North Augusta High School:
It is a pleasure to extend greetings to the students of North Augusta through the SlIlIfIXf7lll'.N'. I hope that
throughout your high school career you will use to the best advantage your opportunities in order that
you may be better equipped for the tasks of tomorrow. May you always uphold the true, the beautiful,
and the good as you denounce the inferior and the wicked. I have faith in you, your integrity, your intel-
ligence, and your determination to improve yourselves, to inspire Others, and to serve as worthy members
of this school and community.
THE FACULTY AT N. A.
Miss .li AN Claim
A. ll. Xx!ll1ll1l'OP College.
A. ll. iW'illI1ll1I'KlP Lullegeq M. lid. University of South
C .irulinlg Cii'.ulL1.1le work Duke University.
Miss Llarlc and Miss Todd plan Z1 unit in Iulius Cuesm'
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Miss LENNA V. Mokuow
A. B. Winthrop Collegcg Graduate work Citadel and
Appalachian State Teachers College.
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Mus. E1.izAlsifrH MURPHY
A. B. Newberry Collegeg Graduate work University
of South Carolina.
Miss Morrow and Mrs. Murphy select the Junior Play cast.
Miss Cil.AlJYS M. Kic1.1.ieu
A. B. Winthrop College.
Miss MARY L. MLQCAIHY
A. B. Western Kentucky State College.
Miss Keller and Miss McCarty review Y-Teen projects.
Miss Turner and Miss Jenkins leave after school lffYAg U Digs. Hammond and Mr. Leizsey discuss Beta Club
for an out-of-town football game. ' lfffbmactivities.
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Miss l'lARRlli'I' TURNILIK JMU' MRS. MARGULLRITL HAMMOND
A. B. Winthrop Cqlleggj . 'S.D,l-,ander Collegeg Graduate work Uni-
Hjjfmy QI, . ,Z ity of South Carolina.
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Miss HUGH RI iii .llf JL " -V-I ,X MR. ,THOMAS H. Lurrzsiiv
A. B. Winthrop Cpltlegemm V jfulf' A. B. Newberry Collegcg Graduate work
Maf ,7 7 il' University of South Carolina.
ENCOURAGEDJAND HELPED THE STUDENTS
Mr. Foster repairs fl riser in the band room for Mr. Miss Greene and Miss Jackson order equipment
Mk. PHILIP FOSTLR
B. S. Murry State College.
MR. HARRY BOUKNIGHT
A. B. Furman University.
Miss LO1s xl. ciRlil:Nl-,
A. B. Winthrop Collegeg
Graduate Work University
of South Carolina.
Miss ELIZABETH JACKSON
B. S. Winthrop College.
H mm' EKYIIIOIIIIFS, Biology
for the biology lab.
Mr. Gault and Mr. Grayson make plans for the Miss Dawson and Mrs. Croxto
football banquet. for Valentine Day.
TO SET AND ATTAIN HIGH GOALS
Mus. Minicom ll. Scaoos
A. li. Meredith College.
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of South Qi.ll'0liI1.l.
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B. S. Newberry College.
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B. S. W'inthrop College.
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A. li. Vfinthrop Collegeg Graduate work IS. S. Clemson College: M. of Science Uni-
University of South Carolina. versity of South Carolina.
l"ri'r1i'ln, I,e1li11 Still'lll'l'X
Miss Sawyer and Mr. Buist look over the basket- Mrs. Scaggs and Mrs, Godfrey complete plans for the
A. li. Pl'CSl3ylCl'l.lll College:
Cir.1tlu.1te work University
A. B. Nvinthrop College.
A. B. lzrslune Lollege:
MRS. JONES, secretary of North Augusta High School, was always
willing to take time out from her work to help the students.
MISS TODD, competent adviser of the Sundsfmrx, counseled with
and guided the Seniors and underclnssmen in many activities.
MRS. HOPE, lunchroom supervisor, helped prepare food for the
THEY HELPED THE SENIORS
Lee Silces, David Kenrse, Charlotte Bowden, and
the modern lihrnrv.
Tommy Cooper, Elizabeth Haygood, and Lnrr
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Sandra Cunninrgl-am make use of
records of their French lesson.
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Before class jnbo Sanders gets books
from his locker.
Using the many line facilities avail-
able to them, the students at North
Augusta High engage in many dif-
ferent activities throughout the day.
Future engineers, doctors, and sci-
entists perform experiments in the
well-equipped labs and make precise
calculations in the mechanical draw-
Barbarn Daugherty and Jimmy
perform an experiment
In English class Marsha Metts and Donna Strother illustrate the parts
of a sentence.
ing and trigonometry classes. French
and English students study the gram-
mar of both languages, while in the
modern home economics department
girls learn the arts of homemaking.
The library provides books and mag-
azines for research work and for re-
quired and leisure reading.
Dansby watch Bob Harrison in the chemistry lab.
Mr. Foster explains a mechanical drawing
diagram to Lee Smith.
Through practice in the home economics department Ann Callicott and J1ckie
Jones learn to sew well.
Kay Florie and Jimmy Arnett disect a crayfish in the biology lab.
HAD KEY ROLES IN CLASS DAY ACTIVITIES
Wfith a last look at summer we entered the hall
On that very first day in the Hrst month of fallg
At last we were freshmen-eight years had gone byg
We were new and afraid and our moment was nigh.
Two years disappeared and then three and now
The time has passed quickly-we're freshmen no
Did we spend time wisely-do we have a doubt?
The time has arrived now and we're left without.
We all hit some rough spots-some here and some
Through guidance and patience they weren't long
Those times may have vanished but ne're will they
When ilown in our hearts they've been carefully
A great source of knowledge was offered to all
By our teachers who hoped we would answer
We were led to the threshold and now we beging
And each taking with us what we learned within.
Class Poet of ,58
llcr winning ways are hard to rt
sist . . . A happy smile . . . A gay,
lillillg laughg TLllliLllIN'L', but an at
tenlive listener loo.
ELSIE ELAINE BARBER
Skillful, temperate, dependable . . .
She aims for perfectiong Quiet in
voice and manner . . sure . . . pre-
JAMES MARION ADAMS, JR.
Better known as Pogo: liull of life
and pep . . . Makes friends easily
. . Mischief sparkles from his eyes.
I.oveliness at its best . . . Her hair
is her crowning gloryg A soft voice
and a pleasant smile is her policy.
JUDITI-I ANNE ANDREWS
Knowledge comes but wisdom lin-
gers . . . Productive in many ways
-especially in books: So quiet and
sweet a person.
BETTY JEAN ARANT
Cheerful at heartg May some day
become a good bookkeeper . . . De-
termination results in accomplish-
mentg Friendly to all.
FRANK ENOCH BAXLEY
W'hen he speaks everyone listens:
There is a world of wit about him
. . . Ciirls are the least of his worries.
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BEGAN THEIR FINAL YEAR ON SEPTEMBER 5
JAMES MARION ADAMS, JR.
Cheerleader '55, '56, Most Popular '55, Comwolei
Club '55, Boys' Chorus '56, junior-Senior Deco-
ration Committee '57, ,Iunior Play Ticket Com-
BARBARA ELAINE ANDREWS
Attendance Honor Roll '55, Cheerleader '55,
l.H.A, '55, '56, Student Council '56, Scholastic
llonor Roll '55, '57, F.'I',A. '55, '56, '57, '53,
Homecoming Sponsor '55, '56, '58, Queen '58,
,lunior Play Usher '57, Invitation Committee '57,
Beta Club '57, '58, Yellou' lurfcv! Typist '58,
Samlijmrx Typist '58, Most Attractive '58, Invi-
tation c'UI1II11lIIL'U '58,
bara, Nancy, Betty Jean, Elsie, Jimmy, and Frank drink a late cup of tea,
JUDITH ANNE ANDREWS
M.H.A. '55, '56, junior-Senior Decoration Com-
mittee '57g Beta Club '57, '58.
BETTY JEAN ARANT
,I.H.A. '55, '56, junior-Senior Decoration Com-
mittee '57, Yrlluu' Iavlzrf Staff '57.
NANCY CATHERINE ARNETT
,I.H.A. '55, '56, F.T.A. '55, '56, '57, Comwolei
Club '55, '56, '57, '58, President '57, State Secre-
tary '57, District President '57, '58, Served at
,Iunior-Senior '56, Basketball '56, Manager '57,
State Mental Contests in Biology, English '56,
Yellow Iurkwf Salesman '56: ,Iunior Play Promp-
ter '57, Surnlxjuliix Salesman '56, Atlveriising Man-
ager '58, l.e Cerele Francais '57, '58, Secretary '57.
ELSIE ELAINE BARBER
Scholastic Honor Roll '55, '56, '57, fomwolei
Club '55, '56, '57, '58, Secretary '55, lloinerniun
Chairman '55, Chairman of linglish Class '55,
Best All Round '55, ,l.H.A. '55, Superior Rating
in State Mental Contests in ,Iunior lfnglisli '56,
American History '57, Sillllllfllllli Salesman '56,
Soplumiore lfditor '56, Stall '58, ,Iunior Marshal
57, Le Cercle l'raneais 57, 58, lleta Club 57,
'58, Salutatorian '58.
' FRANK ENOCH BAXLEY
Pius Driver '55, '56, '57, '58, ,luninr-Senior llee-
oration Committee '57.
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RECEIVED CLASS RINGS WITH HAPPY HEARTS
Noel, Chnrlottc, George, Claire, Pat, Barbara, and Mimi show their skill nt archery.
MIRIAM LEE BERRY PATRICIA ANNE BOOSE
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57, 'WL llwIm'u1vIHi11p.1 Spunwr '51-, Quccn '57, Lixrls' Aililcxic Club '57, ,luninr Play F5l.ukc-Up
lnrls' Alhli-li, Clulw '57, Mmm ll,-pcudllwlu '57, Cl1.1irm.m '57, luniux'-Scliim' 'l'.ll5lu Scuing limi!
ilulw Iilmu' nl' Ywllnn lmkr! '57, l,c Ccrclc miucu '57, Sinlifxfrlfrx S.llCSl1l.ll! '57, '58, liusimwx
ll',1ni'.m '57, '58, X'in'cAl'l'csulcn1 '58, flIt'k'I'lL'.ltlCI' Nl.ll1.lj.1L'l' '58, lieu C lulw '57, '58, l'.'l'.A, '57, '58,
57, '58, Nlnw Sunni-r '58, lSi'l.u Cluh '58, li- Ci'x'i'lv l'l'.lllx',llN '57, '58.
GEORGE HAMMOND BOYD
"li" 'li-.mi l'-umlmll '55, 'liziqk '51-. '57, '58,
l"uoll5.lll 'I'c.lm '5n, '57, l5louls lullvl' C'lul1 '5h.
'57, C.S,l5.,X, lmvllmll '57, .XII MMU llmmr.1l5lu
Nlunliiin '58, IKIIIIUI'-SUIIIUI' l7i'cm'.1Iim1 Kuxnmilf
wc '57, lu K crulu I'r.im'.1u '57, '58, l5.1xki'llv.1ll '58,
MARTHA CLAIRE BRIERLEY
SKl1l7l.INllk' llmmr Riill '55. '51-1 'I.ll..'X. '55, '50,
Nilflillfillll S.1lcm1.1r1 '55, slunim, l'l.1x' Llxlmcr '57,
lwlilm' nl' Yrlluzi Iilrkvl '57, ln' C'i-rclc l'l',lI1C.llx
'57. '58. Scyl'uL.1l'v '57, l5ct.1 Cluh '57, '58, lic-
pu1'u'r '58, Chiiixumlci Clulw '58, Mmm X'nx.1i'iinu
'58, C'l.1sx llislurhln '58.
CHARLES NOEL BROWN
Iuniimx'-Sunim' lluurixlliuli im11l115llvi' '5
MIRIAM LEE BERRY
Loves music and dancing: fun to
be with . . . lneomparable friend:
Pretty eyes and long lashes . . .
Neat as a pin.
Give her records and phonograph
and she'll be a happy person: Great
sense of humor . . . sparkling indi-
vidualg lovely hair.
GEORGE HAMMOND BOYD
The quiet and reserved type . . .
well likedg Intelligent . . . A con-
sistent workerg True worth is not
found in power or glory.
MARTHA CLAIRE BRIERLEY
Neat and well-dressed . . . Eiiicient
and thoroughg A friendly smile and
a cheerful word for allg pretty
brown eyes . . . shining hair.
CHARLES NOEL BROWN
Plenty of dry wit . . . Optimistic
and sees the funny side of lifeg slow
and deliberate . . . Characteristic
walkg A loyal friend.
BARBARA ANN BOLDERSON
Vivid, well-rounded personality . . .
Spreads joy . . . vivaciousg She's
cheered the jackets for two yearsg
wears clothes well . . . adorable
PATRICIA ANNE BOOSE
Friendly personality . , . always
ready to help othersg Fun-loving
and carefree . . . Good-natured . ..
Keen taste in clothesg likes Carolina.
THOMAS EDWARD COOPER
Likes the crazy tunes . . . lfun-
loving . . . is always thinking of
something other than school: Man-
ages to get out of a jam.
Plainspoken: Follows the line of
least resistance: Calm as a glassy
sea . . . His philosophy-take it
easy and enjoy life.
Ardent lover of cars: W'arm smile
. . . Dry humor deluxe . . . Ifaith-
ful to his word . . . Courteous: A
long stride: A keen mind.
This man likes to argue: Quite a
hunter . . . Loves jets . . . Consid-
erate and co-operative: Blonde hair.
brown eyes-a rare combination.
FRED HILLS COOK
Participates in all sports: Good
looks and a personality to match
. . . tall: Interested in college . . .
Sure to succeed.
LEO GIBSON COOK
Outstanding athlete . . . Brain in
algebra: Loves doing a favor . . .
Thoughtful . . . Takes a joke like
a real guy: Depth of character.
Few possess such poise . . . Attrac-
tive blue-eyed blonde: A well-
rounded personality . . . A soft
voice . . . Her laughter rarely
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CELEBRATED ANOTHER UNDEFEATED FOOTBALL SEASON
Ray, Linda, joyce, Sidney, Bobby, Alfred, and Jackie roast marshmallows.
ROBERT FOSTER DANSBY, JR.
Attendance llonor Roll '55, '56, '57, Sclwl-Hlit
Honor Roll '55, '56, '57, M.ll.A. '55, '56, Chair-
man '55, '56, Student Council '57, Beta Club
'57, '58, l,e Cercle liraneais '57, '58, Chairman
'57, 'sag llomerooni Chairman '58, Class Presi-
dent '58, Most Clourteous '58,
LINDA JOSEPHINE DEASON
Al,ll,A, '55, '56, Secretary '55, Comwolei Club
'55, '56, '57, '58, lf.'l'.A. '56, Attendance Honor
Roll '55, Homecoming Sponsor '56, Cheerleader
'56, Served at ,lunior-Senior '56, junior-Senior
Decoration Committee '57, -lunior Play Usher
'57, Most Courteous '58,
NATHAN RAY DICKENS
,Iunior-Senior Decoration Committee '57.
ALFRED AVERY DUKES
lunior-Senior Decoration Committee '57.
JOYCE HITT DUNCAN
Student Council 'ssq .l.H.A. '55, '56, Scholastic
Honor Roll '55, '56. '57, Served at junior-
Senior '56, F.T.A. '57, Junior Marshal '57, jun-
ior Play Make-Up Committee '57: Chairman of
linglish Class '57, Beta Club '57, '58, Samlxfwnm
JACQUELINE MARIE EVANS
-I.H.A. '55, '56, Girls' Athletic Club '57, junior-
Senior Art Committee '57.
MARIAN SIDNEY FARMER
F.'I'.A. '55, ,l.H.A. '55, '56, As-ixlanl lielilor ol'
Yrllou' Iurlcrl '55, Attendance Honor Roll '55,
Served at junior-Senior '56, Girls' Athletic Cluli
'57, Girls' Chorus '57, .Iunior Play Art Commt-
tee '57, Best Poster Award '57, -Iunior-Senior
Decoration Committee '57, I.e Cercle Francais
'57, '58, Homecoming Sponsor '58, Activities
lfditor of Stimlxfmrx '58, Iiriendliest '58,
President of the senior class . . . A
well-spoken fellow . . . Smarty Ca-
pability-a major characteristic . .
Success lies in his path.
ALFRED AVERY DUKES
Books and school to him are a dan-
gerous thing . . . Never a worry or
a care . . . An air of "take it easy."
JOYCE HITT DUNCAN
In action faithful and in honor
clearg A srudious homemakerg Kind
. . . Gracious . . . Sweet . . . Will-
ing to help others.
JAQUELINE MARIE EVANS
Sings hillbilly music like a profes-
sional . . . Plays guitarg A sweet
person . . . Very friendly . . . De-
pendable and sincere . . . Easy
MARIAN SIDNEY FARMER
A pretty girl is like a melody . . .
Dark hair and an ivory complexion:
A responsible person who accom-
plishes her aims.
LINDA JOSEPHINE DEASON
Though sheas quite small, she
shouldn't be judged by her petite-
nessg A delicate voice . . . Twin-
kling eyes . . . Dimples appear when
NATHAN RAY DICKENS
Known as Snakeg good disposition
. . . A likeable chapg sparkling
sense of humor . . . Enjoys a joke
. . . Always ready for a laugh.
ROBERT WAYNE HARBUCK
Quiet mannered hut enjoys Ll good
IIIIICQ a steady friend...reliahle and
trusiworthyg Never in a hurryg
Planes fascinale him.
Good-looking . . . Courteousg Per-
severing and industrious . . . Does
a job well: lntensely interested in
chemistry . , . He'll he outstanding
in this field.
Unlimited energy . . . Sophisticated
gaiety . . . A light heartg Neatly
dressed: Interesting to know . . . A
true, sincere, and lasting friend.
ERICK BYNUM FICKEN
A mysterious smile lights his face
. . . A conversation within his eyes:
An Apollo . . . XVell-groorned . . .
Dresses like a college man.
RICHARD HOWARD GOLEY
A wink of the eye as a girl passes
by . . . His smiles are many, his
frowns few . . . A winning per-
JOE ELLIOTT GREENE
He possesses a certain earnestness
which all respect . . . A man of
honor faithful to his word . . . A
Short and sweet . . . Sparkling and
happy: Quiet ways . . . Appreciates
the finer things in life . . . Her tal-
ents are widespread.
SE IOR5-H 670454 of 19
DISCUSSED THEIR FUTURE ON COLLEGE DAY
Joe, Richard, Elizabeth, Bobby Harbuck, Bob Harrison, Deede, and Erick prepare to tee off.
VIRGINIA MARGARET FARROW
5l.H.A. ,55, ,565 Served at junior-Senior ,565
li.T.A. '56, ,575 'Iunior Play Usher ,575 Junior
Play Seleetion Committee ,575 junior-Senior
Theme Committee ,575 Le Cerele Francais ,57,
,585 Saml.vlu1r.i' Staff ,58.
ERICK BYNUM FICKEN
Class Treasurer ,565 Student Council ,565 Boys,
Chorus ,565 Football ,57, ,585 Baseball '56, ,57,
'585 Student Couneil Represenative at Large ,585
Block Letter Club ,585 Cutest '58,
RICHARD HOWARD GOLEY
Junior-Senior Decoration Committee ,575 Bus
Driver ,57, ,585 Biggest Flirt '58,
JOE ELLIOTT GREENE
Superior Rating in State Mental Contest in Amer-
ican History ,575 Beta Club ,57, ,585 Student
Council ,585 Bus Driver ,58.
ROBERT WAYNE HARBUCK
Track '55, '56, '57, 'ssg State Mental Contest in
-lunior Algebra, Biology ,565 -lunior Play Build-
ing Committee '575 Junior-Senior Decoration and
Hospitality Committees ,575 Attendance Honor
Roll ,575 Beta Club ,585 Football Manager ,58.
ROBERT OLANDO HARRISON, JR.
Basketball ,555 Basketball Manager ,56, ,572 Sei-
ence Club ,565 ,57, ,585 Stage Manger for junior
Plav ,56, ,575 liootball Manager ,57, ,585 Repre-
sented North Augusta High in C.S.ll.A. Seienet
Fair ,56, ,57, ,58.
ELIZABETH LORRAINE HAYGOOD
Langford .lunior lligli: lf,H.A. ,555 Latin Club
,555 Christian XVorkers Council ,55, ,565 Tri-
Hi-Y ,55, ,56. North Augusta High: Alunior Play
Make-Up Committee ,575 l,e Cferele lfraneais ,57,
,583 Suml.wjmrx Salesman ,5S, Stall ,585 lf.,li.A.5
lrlomeroom Chairman ,58.
Uma of 19
ANTICIPATED THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS
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35 k -Q
Bill, David, Jenn, Dick, Walter, Gail, and Terry take time out for a glass of lemonade.
SHELBY JEAN HITT
.I.ll.A, '55, -Iunior-Senior IICCUFJIIUII C'onnnit-
TERRAL RAY HOWELL
l'n.1wb.lll '55, "li" 'l'e.un l"oolb.ill '55, '56, '57,
l5.lskelb.lll iVl.Il5.IgCl' '56, .lunior I'l.iy Iglllltlillg
Loinniiueu '57, junior-Senior Decoration Com-
RICHARD WAYNE HUGHES
i'l.lss Vice-Presideiit '55, "li" 'lienm lioolbnll '55,
Most l'opul.ir '56, SIUKIUIII Council '55, '56, '57,
'58, Secret.lry-'lireasurer '56, Vice-Prewidenl '57,
l'l'CNlllCI'lI '58, M,ll.A. '55, '56, .Iunior l'l.ly '57:
Blouli I,Cllt'I' Club '57, '5X, l5ux Driver '57, '58,
lhsliellull '55, '56, '57, '58, Mr. Senior '5X.
Invitation C omlnillee '58.
AUDRE GAIL JAQUES
Scbolmxlic Honor Roll '55, '56, Attendance Honor
Roll '55, '56: Comwolei Club '55, Bet.: Club
'57, '58, I't'Illlll' lurkwf Typist '53, Sumfijrllri
DAVID RAYMOND KEARSE
Coinwolei Club '55, "ll" Tezun Football '55,
-Iunior-Senior Theme Selection Committee '57,
lleeormtion Committee '57, ,Iunior-llzly Ticket
CHARLES WILLIAM KENWORTHY
l5.1kseib.1ll '55, '56, B.1seb.1ll '55, '56, Football
'55, '56, '57, '58, c'.IPI.lII1 '58, C',S,R.A. lfoolball
'58, All-Slate lfoorball '58, Sim' Football Player'
of the Week '57, '58, Block Letter Club '55, '56,
'57, '58, Truck '56, '57, '58, ,Iunior Pl.iy Ticket
Committee '57: -Iuniox'-Senior lIeeor.uion Coin-
milree, I.e Cercle lfr.u1e.iix '57, '5S.
WALTER HOUSE KNOX
Student Council '55, '57, M.ll.A, '55, '56, C'li.iir-
nun '55, Scholastic Honor Roll '55, '56, '57,
State Mental Context in junior linglisli '55, Biolo-
gy '56, Senior lfngliyb '57, Superior Iiillilig in
State in junior Algebra '55, Pl.u1e Lieoinetry '56,
Senior Algebra '57, Ainericm History '57, Home-
room Clmirinan '56, Aitendnnce Honor Roll '56,
'57, American Hisnory Award '57: junior Mar-
vlml '57, lieu Club '57, '58, 'l.I'U.lSllI'CI' '55, bus
SHELBY JEAN HITT
Wears a pony tail . . . Neat ap-
pearanceg lfun to know . . . Has an
air of nonchalance . . . Quiet man-
ner: Petite in stature.
AUDRE GAIL JAQUES
A sunny disposition . . . Precious
smile . . . Sweetly Clemure . . . Pure
of mind: A great lover of man's
best friend: A Southern belle.
DAVID RAYMOND KEARSE
Perpetual good humor . . . A devil-
ish airg Esquire clothes . . . Has
the air of a "man about toWn"g
lfveryone is his friend.
"Mi: Quarterbackl' is his name-
lvy League styleg Great physique
and looks to matchg French is his
WALTER HOUSE KNOX
A bright mind and a keen wit . . .
Can solve a math problem in sec-
ondsg Friendly . . . Always helpfulg
lftlicient and pleasant.
TERRAL RAY HOWELL
Known as Turkle to manyg Girl-shy
. . . Neat as a ping To him common
sense is greater than any education.
RICHARD WAYNE HUGHES
President of the student council . . .
Basketeerg Politeg His eyes reflect
deep thought . . . Citadel bound
. . . Possesses qualities of Ll success-
ELLEN JEFFERS MCKELLAR
Angelie beauty with brainsg A love
for beautiful things . . . Acquaint-
ed with the liner things in life: A
Never too busy to speak or smile
. . . A disposition sweet and mildg
Youthfulness and wit . . . A merry
This girl loves to chew gum: Bru-
nette hairg Smiles easily . . . Dainty
and demure . . . Her looks are al-
ways immaeulateg Dependable and
He does many things wellg talka-
tive and lively . . . Cl-ever . . .
Give him a ear and you have given
him a jewel.
WALTER ALLAN MAY
An entertaining comedian . , . A
skillful impersonatorg Works well
on his interests-Cars is a main one
. . . Drives a Model A deluxe.
Beautiful hairg Expert typist . . .
Sees that a job is done well . . . Al-
ways ready to helpg Wears a band
Great basketball player . . . Brains
and common sense: Always inter-
ested in something worthwhileg Big
brown eyes . . . Known as "Mac"
SE 10155-H Cfvm o!f9 8
CRAMMED FOR MID-TERM EXAMS
PATRICIA DELORES LOVETT
Comwolei Club '55g junior-Senior Decoration
NEWTON FRANKLIN MANLY III
Baseball '55g Sumlxfmrx Salesman '55g junior-
Senior Decoration Committee '57g Attendance
Honor Roll '57, Student Council '57, Le Cercle
Francais '57, '58,
WALTER ALLAN MAY
junior-Senior Decoration Committee '57.
CONSTANCE MAY MCDANIEL
l.H.A. '55, '56, Attendance Honor Roll '55,
Scholastic Honor Roll '55, '56g junior Play Pro-
Joyce, Allan, Newton, Ellen, and Connie listen to records on the hi-fi set.
gram Chairman '57, junior-Senior Program Com-
mittee '57g Beta Club '57, '58, Yvllou' jurkvl
Typist '58, Stzmfxpurx Typist '58.
ELLEN IEFFERS McKELLAR
M.H.A. '55, '56g Al.H.A. '55, '56g Sumlxlmrx Sales-
man '55, '56, Literary Editor '58, F.T.A. '55,
'56, '57g Scholastic Honor Roll '55, '56, '57g
Comwolei Club '56, '57, '58g Homeroom Presi-
dent '55, Vice-President '56g Superior Ratings in
State Mental Contests in Geometry, Biology, jun-
ior English '56, American History, Senior English
'57g News Editor of Yrllou' Iacleef '57, junior
Marshal '57, Placed Ninth in State French Exam
'57g Beta Club '57, '58, Le Cercle Francais '57,
'58g Finalist in National Merit Scholarship Test
'58g Most Ambitious 'sag Invitation Commit-
lH.T.A. '55, '56, ,l.H.A. '55, '56, 4-H '55g Served
at qlunior-Senior '56, Girls' Athletic Club '57.
Scholastic Honor Roll '55, '56, '57, Attendance
Honor Roll '55, .l.H.A. '55, '56, Treasurer '56g
Le Cercle Francais '57, '58, Treasurer '57, '58,
F.T.A. '57, '58, President 'sag -Iunior Marshal
'57, junior Play Publicity Chairman '573 Bas-
ketball '56, '57, '58, Captain '58, Most Valuable
Player '57: C.S.R.A. Field Day Most Outstanding
Player Award '57g Yrlfnu' Irlrfzef Salesman '57,
Girls' Sports Editor '57: Girls' Athletic Club '57,
Beta Club '57, '58, Secretary '58g Girls' State
Representative '57g Homeroom Secretary '58,
Most Athletic '5Rq D.A.R. Award '58,
SE IORS... M5 Uffq
ENJOYED THE HILARIOUS JUNIOR PLAY
Bobby Q,, jim, Howard, and Gene play cards as Sheila, Bob P., and Larry watch.
KIAMES CURTIS MOORE, NIR. 'Hg l'l.1u-Ll ,ll-mlm in County Sclmlnrslmip 'lwcsl in 'i7g Allcrnnmu Bus Driver 'Y7. Bus Drivcr 'Wig
Hump' llitl m vluivprcxidclll ,Hz BUYS, chmlux .Hz Cluoruulrv 'fig Plncd SL-cuml in Sclxool Scbolarf l'lmmgmpI1ic lfmlitor uf Sulnfxjylfrw 'SSL llcln Club
,lurk ,YM ,HH ,Wx ,883 mm-k lictlcl' club .Hy slmip lcxl in llislory 1945. Scullsnlnlc l'lig.gl1 Solmul, SS.
wh, wr, 'mg y.l..a.H-.sC.,i.,,- In-.'m1i.,.. c1.,m.1mR S""Nl"l" '5""""": I'W""" 'mf "Y 'C""" ROBERT PAUL POTEET
wc VS7' lv KLUNIC llmmhlm W7' lwmlmll MAH- Klub Hag Mlxcnl Clmrus 'ilu -lumur-Scmor Duc- I b x N I I x
' ' ' M.-umm 'mud Q-mnmium. 'gh' North Augmm Clovcr Park lllglw Sulnwl, llucngn: Rlllc Club
'WU' S7' lliglu gl-N, pucl 'gs' WY: Algcbm Club WY: Swimming Club '99,
llhlliklllllllgltill lliglm School. Nliluwnpolis: lfrunulx
LARRYLANCE MURPHREE EUGENE THOMAS PARKER club 'wg lsaolugy club M.. xu.k.,i..1m.1 High
Alu-mlnnxcv llmmr Roll 'UQ -Inniur Play UWllUlA Alwmlmu, Hmmm. KOH -H' -SM mm-k llcucr School, Ynkol1.m1.1, -l.1p.m: l,I'.lI!1.lllCN Club 'i7g
-87, 'l'jk.kU tummiuw 'S7: .lu,1i,,r.5Cni,,1- llggm-41 club .SM -Iunim-vscuimk ljwurtuiun Vulnlnhlul lhclmxu Qllllx -g7-. Norlll Auguxm lliglm Sclmul:
llilll Cmuuuuucg lc Cclmlc l'r.u1u.xix '57, WX. -in llc Q CH-lc I-1-.lnuglis 'Y7. lx' Vcrclc l"r.mc.ns '58,
SHEILA LEIGH NEELANDS
HOWARD DEMOVAL POARCH
ilu' lliglm Suluml, lorlsmoulla, Ubin: Mixed
ilmrus 'S-4: Sp.1uusl1 Klub 'S-lg l.ibr.lry Assixlnut
millcc 'Y71 ,llll1lUI'-SL'I1l0l' llccurnliun Cxolumitiw
ROBERT ALLEN QU ATTLEBAUM
,Iuuior-Suuior ljCC0l'.lll0I1 cNUH1l1!lllCC 77: AllL'f-
' uluul Council 'ing junior l'l.1y Program cililll- HMC plus lyl.iu.,. 'gy Wg, lu fcu-lc illxlln-Aix
JAMES CURTIS MOORE, JR.
He loves the name of Mooseg Rare
as a cold day in -Iulyg A one-girl
mang He likes track-Excellent
EUGENE THOMAS PARKER
Quiet, yet unreserved . . . How was
English class today? Friendly . . .
Unpredictable . . . Agzeeable and
thoughtful: His hobby is delivering
Initiative and industry . . . A hard
worker . . . Dependable . . . A good
businessmang jolly, Well-likecl . . .
More fun than a cage of monkeys.
ROBERT PAUL POTEET
Though a newcomer, he's well
known: A Yankee in Dixie . . . A
future psychologistg He loves to
talk of Japan.
Always looking for a laugh . .
Master of wiseeracks . . . There's
a mischievous gleam in his eyesg
not a care.
LARRY LANCE MURPHREE
Homework again? . . . Either in or
out of trouble, mostly ing just
loads of fun . . . Understands the
"language" . . . Happy-go-lucky.
SHEILA LEIGH NEELANDS
A Yankee from California . . . Typ-
ical brogueg Has lived in lndiag
Graceful dancer . . . liewitching
eyes: A pleasing addition to the
ALLEN MANFORD SALE, JR.
Basketball is his chief interest . . .
Has the height of an outstanding
player: Witty . . . Talkative . . .
l,ikes to cut up in school.
HARRY CECIL SAMPLES, JR.
Believes there's no place like home
-not even schoolg Girls go for that
rugged lookg Blue he'll never be.
HARVEY FRANK QUINN, JR.
Looks on the bright side: The Navy
is the only life for him: Likes to
talk . . . Expresses himself . . .
ELSIE REBECCA REESE
Her role as a majorette adds to the
appearance and performance of the
bandg Blonde hair and slay-blue
MARY LYNDA REDDIC
A favorite with everyone: Person-
ality plus looks . . . A bundle of
energy . . . Outstanding in all she
does: A Xvollord admirer.
MARGARET MAE RYAN
Accepts responsibility . . . Quiet
and pleasant . . . Co-operative:
Kindness is wisdomg Deeds, not
words, is her greatest asset.
THOMAS ALLEN SANDERS
Participates in all sports . . . Presi-
dent of the Block Letter Club:
Loves the farier sex . . . Always in a
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DINED AND DANCED AT THE JUNIOR-SENIOR
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HARVEY FRANK QUINN, JR.
Boys' Catholic High: Football '55, Baseball '55,
Minstrel '55, lntrnniur.ils '55. North Augusta
High: Alternate Bus Driver '55, '56, Junior Play
ELSIE REBECCA REESE
,l.H.A. '55, '56, F.'l'.A. '55, Junior Plziy Poster
Committee '57, linml '55, '56, '57, '58, 'I'rgag,
urer '57, Girls' Athletic Club '57, Majorette '56,
MARY LYNDA REDDIC
M.H.A. '55, '56, Secretary '55, Attendance Honor
Roll '55, Comwolei Club '55, '56, '57, '58, Stu-
Margaret Mae, Lynda, Elsie, Thomas. and Allen leave for the tennis courts.
dent Council '56, '57, Mardi Gras Princess '57,
F.T.A. '57, Homeroom Chairman '57, Junior Play
'57, Girls' Athletic Club '57, Le Cercle Francais
'57, '58, Treasurer '57, Secretary '58, Homecom-
ing Sponsor '58, Cheerleader '58, Cutest '58,
Invitation Committee '58.
MARGARET MAE RYAN
J.H.A. '55, '56, F.T.A. '55, '56, Attendance
Honor Roll '55, '56, Beta Club '57, '58, Yelluu'
ltzvfevf Typist '58, Sumlifmrs Typist '58.
ALLEN MANFORD SALE, JR.
Attendance Honor Roll '55, Student Council '55,
M.H.A. '55, '56, Basketball '56, '57, '58, Truck
'56, Football '56, Junior Play '57, Ywlfnn Iifrkwl
Staff '57, Block Letter Club '58.
HARRY CECIL SAMPLES, JR.
B-,FCJITI Football '5 5, Footbill '5 6, '57, '5 8,
M.H.A, '55, '56, lsiiskeibill '56, 'S1., '57, '58,
Track '55, '56, '57, '58, Block l,elter Club '56,
'57, '58, Alternnte Bus Driver '57, '58.
THOMAS ALLEN SANDERS
Football '55, '56, '57, '58, Block Letter Club '56,
'57, '58, President '58, Junior Play '57: Basket-
hill '56, '57, Junior-Senior Decoration c'0l11H1lllCL'
'57, Student Council '57, '58, Most ViV.lClllll3
'58, Athletic Felitor of Sinlifililiri '58, llass
SE IORS... ffm, of fQ
ANXIOUSLY AWAITED THE ARRIVAL OF THE ANNUALS
Jack, Marguerite, George, Betty, David, Don, and Lee enjoy Pepsi's on the lawn.
BETTY-IEAN SAUNDERS WILLIAM LEE SIKES 'Wg Bela Club 'S7, 'SSQ Girls' Stale Rcpru
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GEORGE ARLINGTON SHAW DAVID OVERTON SIMPSON
lluuluall Manager '81, 'ilu Alu-mlancc llmmr Roll MARGUERITE GLADYS SIKES "lg" 'yum lghkullmll 'ggi "lx," 'fum Football
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C UIIICSI IH vlunmr Algebra Sig Superior Rating
JACK WILLIAM SHELTON in Slate in -lunior lfnglixli 'Hg -I.ll.A. '59, 'Shg
Mwmlkmu. llmml. Roll 'gg' 'gh' 'g7l luniur- Business Manager of Yrflnn' 1:lt'kl'f 'S7g -Iuniur DON ALLEN SLOAN
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BETTY JEAN SAUNDERS
An outstanding athlete . . . Loves
horses: Sparkling brown eyes and
golden locks . . . Has a characteris-
tic laugh: Co-operative.
WILLIAM LEE SIKES
His laugh is contagious, his wit
outrageous: Bright mind . . . De-
pendable and co-operative: Bass
voice: An easy-going man about
Beautiful hair and rosy cheeks:
Brains . . . A quick wit: Looks to
the cheery side of everything: A
friend to treasure . . . Under'
DON ALLEN SLOAN
Good physique-king size tackle:
doesn't use the grey matter . . .
Always dreaming up some devilish
trick to play on someone.
DAVID OVERTON SIMPSON
Mischievous and impish in every
way . . . There is never a dull mo-
ment when he's in class: "Duck
Naughty but nice . . . Carefree . ..
Makes it a point to enjoy life: A
true Carolinian with a Charleston
JACK WILLIAM SHELTON
Sparkling blue eyes and black wavy
hair . . . A sly grin . . . A jolly
good fellow: Navy reservist: Loves
those sporty shirts.
GAIL RUTH SPORTS
Petite . . . lieing immaculate in
every way won her the title of Best
Dressed: A personality that attracts
LOUIS GUY SUMERAU
A lover of sports ears-a drag-
raeing championg Pleasant to know
. . . lfun and fancy freeg Hates to
ROBERT LEE SMITH, JR.
Tall in stature . . . A good-looking
blond . . . ln dress an Esquire inanq
Wittyg Popular with everyone: An
LOWELL WALTER SMITH
Rock and roll itselfg A flirtatious,
roving eye . . . Keeps the girls
guessing . . . He is something cap-
tivating and special.
STEVEN DOUGLAS SPENCE
An appetite for frolie and fun . . .
Talkative . . . liull of pep . . . lmp-
ish grin: Likes girls' looks-hates
MIRIAM LINDA SPIRES
Ellin charm . . . A soft voice and
a quiet manner . . . Bright eyes:
Has an air of subtle sophistication.
Brunette hair and dark eyes: A
transplanted Tennessean . . . A yen
to travel: Quietness reflects deep
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WERE IMPRESSED BY THE DIGNIFIED BACCALAUREATE
Lowell holds Lewis's racing trophy While Steve, Miriam, Gail, and Lee look on.
ROBERT LEE SMITH, JR.
Most Dependable '55, Homeroom Chairman '55,
"B" Team Football '55, Best All Round '56, Stu-
dent Council '56, '57, Bus Driver '56, '57, Class
Treasurer '57, junior Play Ticket Committee '57,
junior-Senior Theme Selection Committee '57,
junior litlitor of Stllnfxfwlrrx '57, Art Editor '57,
Class Secretary '58, Best Dressed '58.
LOWELL WALTER SMITH
junior-Senior Decoration Committee '57, Most
STEVEN DOUGLAS SPENCE
Football '55, '56, '57, Block Letter Club '56, '57,
'58, Baseball '57, '58, Le Cercle Francais '57, '58.
MIRIAM LINDA SPIRES
j.H.A. '55, '56, F.T.A. '55, junior-Senior Deco-
ration Committee '57.
GAIL ROTH SPORTS
Fayetteville High: Student Council '54, '55, Tal-
ent Show '55, Teen-age Club '54, '55, '56, Tri-
Hi-Y '54, Voice '54, Friendship Club '54, Glee
Club '54, '55, junior-Senior Decoration Commit-
tee '56, F.H.A. '56, North Augusta High: Le
Cercle Francais '57, '58, Vice-Prexident '57, junior
Play Ticket Co-Chairman '57, Comwolei Club
'57, '58, Feature litlitor of i5zIlItlX,7IH'.X '58, Home-
coming Sponsor '58, Best Dressed '5X.
LOUIS GUY SUMERAU
Comwolei Club '55, Attendance Honor Roll '55,
"B" Team Football '56, Boys' Chorus '56, Alter-
nate Bus Driver '56, junior-Senior Decoration
Committee '57l .lunior Play Ticket Committee '57.
STEPHEN TERRY SWAFFORD
j unior-Senior Decoration Committee.
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DANIEL LEROY TAYLOR
True Frenchman . . . His love
for school is meagerg A shy blush
radiates its brilliance: Fun is his
Behind his innocent appearance
there hides a bit of mischief . . . A
good-natured fellowg He's at home
around an engine.
Dependable and ambitious . . .
Strives to do his best . . . Populari-
ty follows him . . . An all-round
fellowg Football is his favorite
JANET DALE TYRE
As hard to ignore as a ringing tele-
phone: Five feet two of enthusiasm
. . . Quick and lively . . . Happy
A superb artist and an equally good
humoristg Always wears a crew cutg
Unworried and hurriedg Willing to
eo-operate . . . Temperate.
RUBY ELIZABETH THOMAS
A constant pal . . . She'1l be liked
everywhere she goes . . . Beautiful
brown eyesg Plans to become a Hrst-
NORMA JEAN TICHNELL
Happiness paves the way for her
. . . A precious rock on her finger
is the secretg Truly a hard worker.
PATSY LEE WOLFE
A happy heart leaves everyone gay
. . . A smile to all she seesg Quiet
attentiveness . . . True thoughtful-
nessg Brunette prelliness.
HERMAN EUGENE WOOD III
Red hairg Likes a good time . . .
Always optimisticg Loves to roll
those French "r's" . . . Resonant
A hard worker who likes things
done accurately . . . A good guyg
Courteousg He shows sincerity-
one of the finest qualities.
JOYCE ELAINE WHITLAW
"W'hitey" . . . Friendly, cute, and
popular . . . Her chief asset is a
winning smile: Loves dreamy mu-
sicq Air mail letters to England.
ERIN WALKER WILLIAMS
Easy-goingg good-looking, truthful
. . . A lovable fellowg Success lies
in his path because of his love for
WATSON LINZEY WITT
Takes life easy: Olive complexion
and blue eyes: Fast talker . . . Gets
a kick out of teasing girls: A fu-
Capable: A wit of all times . . .
Draws people to him by a magnetic
personality . . . The girls Hnd him
FELT A SADNESS
555 . ,S-
C. B., Joyce,
COLE BLEASE WASHINGTON
limd '55, M,II,A, '55, '56, Allcmlancu llonimr
Roll '55, '56, Allcrnntc Bus Driver '56, '57, Bus
Driver '58, -Iunior Play '57, ,Iunior-Senior Deco-
ration Cnmmittcc '57, iSilIlil.5f7Ill'.5 Stuff '58.
JOYCE ELAINE WHITLAW
Sclmlaxtic Hnnur Rull '55, '56, Aucmlalicu Honor
Roll '55, '56, llomcruuin Cliuirmgin '55, '56,
Sur1il,ilrln1i Snlcwinnn '55, '56, '57, '58, l'rcSlnn.in
lfdimr '55, ,luniur lfditor '57, Scniur liditur '58,
Girls' Axlilcric Club '57, Lc Cfcrclc lirancuis '57.
'58, Clmirninn '57, Beta Club '57, '58, Cla-s
X'lCC-l"I'CNlClCIlI '57, Most Ambitious '56. '57, ,lun-
iur M.n'xli.il '57, ,luninr Play '57, Yrlluu' Iuffevl
S.'llL'NI1I.ll1 '57, lfunruru Ifdimr '57, liiggcsi Flirt '58,
Cfcm of I9
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THEIR HEARTS AT GRADUATION
ERIN WALKER WILLIAMS "IS" 'l'c.iin l5.1skclb.ill '55, Nnrlli Augusti inn:
Trvwk .SV Auundnmcc Humor Roll .SS .V ,S7- Play Ticliut C'oininilti'c '57, l,Ck'HI'.lllllI1 funn
Football '56, '57, '58, Block Letter Club '57, '58, 'cc 'S7' c""A"' c"""-"S 'S7' 'H'
Student Council '57, '58, Alunior-Scninr llccorn- HERMAN EUGENE WQOD III
tion Committee '57, Class Vice-PrcSidcnt '58,
Most Sclmol Spirit '58, Suml.xf111i'.i Stuff '58.
lfmncais '57, '58.
WATSON LINZEY WITT
Truck '55, '56, '57, '58, junior-Senior llccurntion
Comwiilci Club '55, Allcrnaitc Bus lliixti 5
'57, Bus Drivur '58, -Iunim' l'l.iy '57, lt Ctr
DOUGLAS HAROLD WRIGHT
Commiltcc 557' Most Ambitious '55, M.ll.A. '55, '56 SIUKQJII
Cfounuil '55, '56, '57, l5cl.1 Club '57, '58 llrui
Ll'l1l '58, lioitbnll '57, '58, uninr Pl.l l I
PATSY LEE WOLFE ,' , ,' , , , 'l ,' " L
C,cnnnnttuc 57, -Iunuir-Scnuir l,CCHl'.1IIOIl 1 1
GI'CCIN'illC Hip-Zlll ,l.H.A. '95, '56. PFCSi1.lCl1l '55, mittcc '57, Most V.ilu.lblc Scrub Aung
'56, liiind '55, '56, Nlajorcttc '55, l,ibl'.1l'y Club Block l,cttcr Club '57, '58, Hmncrnmn nrni 1
'55, '56, Fumlmll Sponsor '55, Clmrus '55, '56, '58, Cllnss il4I'C.I'wlll'CI' '58, Must Versatile
HISTORY OF THE
In September 1954 the Freshmen entered a new high school building!
The Freshmen that year were to become the first graduating class to have
spent four years in this building. They felt very small against the massive
high school, even though they were a body of one hundred thirty-six
students-seventy-six boys and sixty girls. Officers of that freshman year
were Ken Chance, president, Dick Hughes, vice-president, Edward
Wood, secretary, and Pat Timmerman, treasurer. Barbara Andrews and
Jimmy Adams led the cheers at pep rallies and football games. Freshman
boys felt the results of the belt line while the girls remember the combi-
nation of men's shoes, pajamas, coats, tablecloths, bathing caps, and
broomsticks as initiation garb.
Officers leading them as Sophomores were Pat Timmerman, president,
Butch Warren, vice-president, Doug Wright, secretary, and Erick
Ficken, treasurer. Representing the sophomore class in the Student Coun-
cil officers was Dick Hughes, while Linda Deason and Jimmy Adams led
cheers throughout the undefeated football season.
September of 1956 found them on the threshold of new and much
harder tasks climaxed by the Junior-Senior Banquet, which the Juniors
made possible by a mystery-comedy play entitled "Stranger in the
Night." Its casts included Pat Boose, Barbara Bolderson, Marguerite Sikes,
Allen Sale, Ruby Thomas, Dick Hughes, C. B. Washington, Tinka Kelly,
Joyce Whitlaw, Thomas Sanders, and Jackson Wood. This accomplish-
ment proved to the Juniors that their title meant hard work. Cheering
the football team on to victory and another undefeated season were
Barbara Bolderson and Janet Tyre. Organizing and leading the class in
its many new activities were Lee Sikes, president, Joyce Whitlaw, vice-
president, Pat Timmerman, secretary, and Lee Smith, treasurer, High
scholastic achievement gave these students the honor of junior marshals:
Bobby Dansby, Joyce Whitlaw, Joyce McKie, Joyce Duncan, Ellen Mc-
Kellar, Elsie Barber, Marguerite Sikes, and Walter Knox. Chosen by the
faculty as Girls' and Boys' State Representatives were Marguerite Sikes,
Joyce McKie, and Pat Timmerman. Claire Brierley was editor of the Yel-
low Iac'lz.c'f, school newspaper, and Marguerite Sikes was business man-
ager. Dick Hughes, again a Student Council officer, became vice-
president. Royalty was among them that year as Barbara Bolderson, a
member of the junior class, was crowned Homecoming Queen.
CLASS OF 1958
The "Senior Class of 195 Si' was a superior sounding title to these ninety-
two students. They were kept busy with the extra activities of their
senior year, Capable officers who made the problems lighter and organ-
ized the work were Bobby Dansby, president, Erin Williams, vice-presi-
dent, Lee Smith, secretary, and Doug Wright, treasurer. The Seniors
first semester elected superlatives, cheered the again undefeated football
team, and received class rings. Cheerleaders for this year were Lynda
Reddic and Barbara Bolderson. Barbara Andrews was crowned Home-
coming Queen in colorful halftime ceremonies. One of the biggest tasks
of the year, publishing the annual, was accomplished by Editor Mar-
guerite Sikesg Miss Todd, the adviser, and a competent staff. For her
character, leadership, dependability, service, and patriotism Joyce McKie
was chosen by the senior class and the faculty to receive the D. A. R.
good citizenship award. The Seniors elected Marguerite Sikes Miss-Hi-
Miss on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character, and personal at-
tractiveness, and an award never before presented in this school, King
Teen, was given to Pat Timmerman. Dick Hughes, president of the Stu-
dent Council, led the Seniors and underclassmen well throughout the
year. Marguerite Sikes was named valedictorian and Elsie Barber saluta-
torian. For the last semester everyone's thoughts turned to the rapidly
As the nonstop journey of time continues with no returning, the
Seniors can look back over the years and take stock of their record ac-
complishments. These were only made possible by the faculty, the trus-
tees, Area Superintendent Paul Knox, and Principal S. E. Stillwell.
Class Historian ,58
L e W
JOHN DOUGLAS President
BILL SELF Vice-President
LINDA WISE Secretary
DICK SHERIDAN Treasurer
Linda, Bill, John, and Dick
select a Junior Play.
JUDY HERRING 7 ,
LANNY MONTGOMERY I
ROBERT WALTERS 7 I 7
WALTER PRESCOTT ,I
LINDA WISE 7 7 ,
Judy, Lanny, Linda, Robert, and Walter discuss
plans for the Junior-Senior Banquet.
SPONSORED THE SCHOOL NEWSPAPER
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Best All Arounrl
IU PRESENTED A THREE ACT PLAY
Jane Ell Floyd
Betty Lou Foster
Betty Ann Gregory
Eugenia Morgan Janke
Mary Ellen Keane
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Mary Frances Rich
FETED THE SENIORS WITH A BANQUET
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Sammy, Jimmy, Martha, and Gerry
talk over sophomore activities at recess.
BEGAN TO FEEL MORE A PART
Left fo Right, First Row: Shelbie Jackson, Jane Quinn, Irisreen
Lilly, Frances Douglas, Betty O'Berry, Billie Davis, Deloris Allen,
Barbara McKinnon, Claudia Gibson. Second Row: Miss Turner, Jack
Ramsey, Jimmy Arnett, Linda Bodie, Myrna Witt, Bob Lee, Carl
OF NORTH AUGUSTA
Ray, Tommy Cashwell. Third Row: Chester Jenkins, Jerry Har-
buck, Earl Blevins, Dan Edwins, Ronald Whitlaw, Buddy Day
Jimmy Calhoun, Larry Schwartz, Howard Smith, Jr. Not pictured
Ronnie Golden, Brenda Bushee.
Best All Aronnrl
Linda, Gerry, Hildreth, jimmy,
and Sammy leave for a basket-
PARTICIPATED IN SCHOOL EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES
lmfl Io Riglrl, Firxf Row: Ann Weeks, Myra Hardman, Judy Mont-
gomery, Patti Peterson, Kay Sumner, Ann Callicocr, Jean Horsey,
Gayle Hurst, Martha jeffrey. Serond Row: Mrs. Murphy, Derryl
Maye, Tommy Poston, Dick Ulmer, Carolyn Lutz, Barbara Blitch-
ington, Bobby Hamilton, Richard Lowe, Bobby Beverly. Tbirzl Row:
Nolan Wiggins, Bob McFarland, Paul Hanshew, Jimmy Mumford,
Adrian Stephens, George Whelchel, Dickey Day, Rodney Thurmond.
Not pictured: Willis DuBose, Gayle Howell, John Rinehart.
Lcf! to Rigbf, First Row: Carolyn Cheeks, Ann Sanders, Julia Edward Ballard, Oscar Jones, Betty Richardson, Miss Dawson. Thirzl
Boone, Lillian Dye, Jerrie Simril, Sandra Yost, Nancy Firby. Serourl Row: Allen Willingham, Ray McDonald, Harvey Blitch, Edward
Row: Berry Durden, Ben Stamps, Birdie Flc-mister, Wyatt Thcus, Hamilton, Fred Collins, Ray King, Mike Martin. Not pictured:
Susan Dover, Jimmy Grant, Paul Ruben.
STUDIED ETIQUETTE, GRAMMAR, AND IULIUS CAESAR
Mary Lee Burkhalter, Pam
Hayes, Linda Fallaw, Sharon
Caswell, and Larry Schwartz
present a quiz program on
etiquette to the English class.
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Dickey Day, Wayne Brink-
ley, and john Samples deco-
rate Orangeburg's "gravc'
the day before the big game.
ENTHUSIASTICALLY SUPPORTED THE ATHLETIC TEAMS
Left In Right, Firxf Row: Connie Keane, Elaine Pentecost, Lynda
Koon, Sara Williams, Dianne Folk, Sherry Moore, Sue Twelkemeier,
Carolyn Banks, Elaine Strom. Seromf Row: Mr. Buist, Earl Davis,
Donny Cooper, jimmy Calamas, Rusty Overton, john D. Samples,
Mike Afilht, James Rape, Guy Hurlburr. Third Row: Billy Whita-
ker, Jimmy Youngblood, Frank Freeman, Frank Oakley, james
Fowler, Curt Huff, Jimmy Andrews, Buck Tyler.
Gayle Hurst, Jimmy Young-
blood, and Mary Lee Burk-
halter complete their Latin
HIGHLIGHTED THEIR LATIN CLASSES WITH PROJECTS
Left to Right, First Row: Mary Lee Burkhalter, Brenda Berry,
Libby Dulfell, Charlene Hutto, Sharon Caswell, Martha Templeton,
Sarah McFarland, Charlotte Bussey, Marsha Willson. Second Row.
Miss Jenkins, Elizabeth Walden, Willie Jo Thompson, Glenda Faglie,
Laura Metts, Janice johnson, Pat Paxton, Roy Hayes, Carleton
Vaughn, Harold McElmurray. Third Row: Tommy Williams, Charles
Winburn, Mike Zier, David Rucker, George Bradley, B:n Harvillc,
Andy McElmurray, Norman Price, Jimmy Biddle.
Lcfl Io Rigbl, First Row: Mimi Webb, Pam Hayes, Betty Jo Strom, Billy Howe, Dickie Blanchard, Steve Carter. Third Row: Bill Har-
jcwcll Grccnc, Mclba Brown, Tonya Long, Brenda Story, Ann per, Wayne Brinkley, Norman Tichnell, Gnry Dixon, Tommy Bodic,
Kirkland, Becky Turner. Scrouzl Row: Mr. Grayson, Tommy Tray- Warren Griffin, Don Montgomery, Mickey Bailey. Not pictured:
lor, john Newsome, Mnrgit Haywood, Danny Ford, Paul Hines, Sonny Fairbrothcr, Melvin Loc.
GAINED EXPERIENCE IN THE ARTS OF HOMEMAKING
Miss jackson gives instruc
tions in table setting to Bren
da Smith and Tonya Long.
Left to Rigbf, First Row: Frances Waters, Carolyn Dewitt, Sandra Andrews, Milton Yonce. Third Roux: Tom Cole, Ted Burkhalter,
Morris, Aloha Moore, Jackie Jones, Judy Sherrill, Judy Alexander, Gerry Ferguson, Sammy Anderson, David Langley, Edward Wood-
Hildreth Callaway. Scrourl Row: Mr. Gault, Jimmy Nicholson, ruff, Walton Cooper, Darnell Wright. Not pictured: Jo Ann Hitcs.
Carey Miller, Kay Floric, Charlotte Orr, jo Hill, Sonny Phnil, Allen
LEARNED ABOUT PLANT AND ANIMAL LIFE IN BIOLOGY
Charlotte Orr, Rusty Over-
ton, and Betty O'Berry study
the plaster models in the bi-
Left to Rigbf, First Row: Barbara Byrd, Doris Gardner, Ann Brad- son, Dan Hunt, James Connell, M. C. Baxley, Robin Graybill. Third
Icy, Betty Talbert, Carolyn McLaurin, Camilla Baker, Hazel Hall, Row: Johnny Boyd, Wayne King, Jack Fallaw, Jock Haywood,
Linda Fallaw. Srrond Row: Miss Clark, Brenda Smith, Buck Thomp- Albert Langley, james Miller, Leroy Daniels, Billy Stevens. Not
pictured: Joyce Culbertson, Betty Robertson.
PRACTICED WOODWORKING WITH SHOP MACHINES
Paul Hines and Roy Hayes use
the shop jigsaw to cut wood for
JUNE BARTON M 3g,Lf?'XeQ li'
june, Jerry, Jack, and Laura
conduct a class meeting.
ELECTED OFFICERS AND SUPERLATIVES IN SEPTEMBER
Leff fo Rigbl, First Raw: Cynthia Long, Peggy Welch, Eunice Wa- Patricia Bodie, Cecilia Miller, Sandra Hankinson. Third Row: Faye
ters, Rosiland Herndon, Claudia Williams, Judy Berry, Bonnie Moore, Sylvia Smith, Janice Bailey, Mary Ann Rogers, Barbara
Brinkley, Anne Graves, Ann Moore. Second Row: Miss Jackson, Carol Gantt, Clovis Tollette, Shirley Ann Dorris, Kathy Christy.
Miller, Phyllis Samples, Beri Garvin, Reginia Smith, Linda Graves
Best All Around
Jack, Bill, June, Laura, and Kay
look at the magazines in the
LEARNED TO TAKE THEIR SHARE IN SCHOOL LIFE
Imfl lu Riglvl, Firxf Row: Cap Prescott, Laura Haskell, Betsy Taylor, Tommy Willialxis, Arthur Perry, Edward Wright. Third
Thurmnnd, june Barton, Kay Sheridan, Sherra Mullinax, Mary Jo Row: Floyd Fowler, Richard Bailey, David Bell, Richard Peterson,
Williaiiis, Betty jean Berry, David johnson. Serond Row: Miss Mc- Leslie Murphy, Jerry Bell, Jack Ouzts, Leon Holloway, Ken Boland.
Carly, Willwmir Gay, Jack Phillips, Doc Sand, Bob Bolton, George Not pictured: George Miller.
Left to Right, First Row: Tommy Boland, Bill W. Blakley, Andrew
Ballard, Daniel R. Dunagan, John Harris, Lewis Black, Charles
Bates, Charles Barber. Serond Row: Mr. Foster, Larry Finton, Lloyd
Stahl, Larry Duvall, David Bryan, Scotty Higgins, Ronald Nappier,
Dennis, Roy Hart.
WERE WELCOMED BY THE SENIORS WITH INITIATION
Loyd Fowler. Third Row: Kendell Cash, Robert Moore Bobby
Barksdale, Robert Whatley, Jimmy Stokes, Scottie Hooker William
Senior boys kept the Fresh-
men busy shining shoes.
Holland, Dana Folsom, Orville McPherson, Bill Denny, Bobby Burns.
Third Row: Stanley Lever, Paul Hyer jr., Jerry Priestley, Stan
Flowers, Bill Phillips, Tony Redd, T. W. Koon. Not pictured: Bette
Left to Right, First Row: Tammy Belding, Jimmy Machemer, Mar-
tha Dyer, Brenda Johnson, Alice Twiggs, Renee Main, L. C. Coates,
Gary Twelkemeier. Scrond Row: Mr. Lcitzscy, Jack Howard, Garry
NO LONGER FELT BEWILDERED AND OUT OF PLACE
Senior girls enjoyed a day of superiority when they 5
initiated the freshman girls.
Mike De Gennaro
Billie Ann Smith
John Yost K
UNIOR HIGH FRESHMEN
Because of the division of the large freshman class, the ninth
graders in the North Augusta Junior High are part of a sep-
arate school system. The Sandsjrurs staff felt, however, that
they should be included in the annual to the extent that their
names are listed here.
9C-MR. JOHN LUTZ
No xrlmnl 111111111 lu' folrlllfvfv wiflmllf flu' fun and fc!-
lowxlzijr of ilx rlulzs uml ollwr l',YfVlll'IlVl'it'llllH' a4'fi1'ifi4's.
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MISS FRANCES TODD
Guided by the suggestions in the scorebooks on previous
annuals, Miss Todd and Marguerite plan a layout.
THE 1958 SANDSPI RS...
"llas this been typed on the dummy? Have these pictures
been identified? llere's an ad contract." lfrom September
until lfebruary sounds of vigorous activity emerged from
Room I2 as the annual staff planned, checked, and reeheclsed
to malxe the i958 Sumlsfuzrs the best yet. They were chal-
lenged by the record of the 1957 Sumlxjriziw, which received
a lfirst Place Award from Columbia University. After select-
To keep thc books accurate, Charlotte and Nancy compare their
records on the money obtained from ads.
ing the theme, the staff began its advertising drive during
which the Seniors successfully met the deadline of 2000
dollars worth of ads in two weeks. Next on the StIIIriXI7IlVX
calendar was taking group pictures of the freshmen and
sophomores, club pictures, and activity shots depicting the
life of the school. Junior and senior portraits were taken later
in an improvised studio at the school.
Howard checks the subscription lists against the money received
while Charles writes receipts for the subscribers.
After discussing different layouts Joyce and Gail make final plans Sidney and Ellen check club Writeups for the correct number of
for the arrangement of senior portraits.
words and for accurate spelling of names.
SHOWS IN WORDS AND PICTURES .
To begin its subscription drive the staff presented a musical
assembly program featuring the school band's Dixieland group.
By making colorful posters and reminding the students daily
to "bring two-fifty now and two-fifty later," the homeroom
salesmen sold annuals to ninety per cent of the students and
faculty. Then came the meticulous work of preparing thc
copy and the rush to meet deadlines. Typewriters clicked,
pencils wrote and rewrote, and brain cells whirrcd, checking
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Jabo explains to Connie how
the football copy should be
typed on the dummy while
George, Linda, Brenda,
Sharon identify freshman
sophomore group pictures
alphnbetize junior portraits
WH MAKES A TICK
Whtrm tht prlnttr rtturntd tht dummy md tht stslff 91W their Without tht to OpC1lIl0I'1 of the students and the flcultx,
work lnlftrllllltll, thty ugrttd thlt tht rtsults wart wtll md tht guldlnct 1nd undtrstnnding of Miss Todd, tht ldxlstr
worth thtnr tffolts tht stlif s trtmtndous tlsk would havc been impossiblt
To m1kL the stmffs work more efficient C B Washington, anet Elsie Barber, Erin Williams, and Elizabeth Haygood plan pictures
Tvre Rubv Thomas and Deecle Farrow catalog pictures 1nd written material for the faculty section.
THEIR HELP WAS INVALUABLE TO THE STAFF
Left fo Right, Firsf Row: Aloha Moore, Sandra Hatcher, Ann Moore, Boykin, Margit Haywood, Ann Haskell, Birdie Flemister, Gayle
Linda Burnside, Frances Douglas, Sharon Caswell, Martha Dyer. Howell, George Taylor.
Second Row: Larry Duvall, Joyce Culbertson, Kenny Jones, Don
11A, IIB, 11E
No group appreciates enthusiasm more than the
Samlxpurx staff because, without the support of the
entire student body, the production of the annual
would not be possible. This year the underclassmen
gave the staff outstanding support. Before the sub-
scription drive had even been announced, three junior
homerooms-Mrs. Croxton, l1Aq Mrs. Godfrey, IIB,
Miss Greene, IIE-already had 100fQ sales. Since
this resulted in a three-way tie, the staff voted to give
recognition to all who had participated in this un-
usual and highly gratifying example of teamwork
among the Juniors. As space would not permit an
effective picture of all three groups, the Samlspurs
staff wishes to honor them by this Writeup.
Seated: Margaret Mae Ryan, Betty Saunders, Connie Dukes. Stand
ing: Mimi Berry, Barbara Andrews.
ST DE T CCUNCIL
MADE PLANS FOR HOMECOMING
"The motion has been made and seconded . . ." This familiar
phrase was heard as the Student Council discussed their proj-
ects and problems at their biweekly meetings. After a round
of campaign speeches, officers were elected by secret ballot
last spring. The Council published the Student Handbook,
Left lu Righf, Standing: Pat Timmerman, Richard Payne, Fred
Cook. Seated, Rows Lefi to Right: Jimmy Calhoun, Johnny Boyd,
Sammy Anderson, Sharon Caswell, jerry Priestley, Margit Hay-
wood, Marsha Metts, Dick Brown, Larry Duvall, Betsy Thurmond,
DICK HUGHES . , Presidenf
BRENDA WILLIAMS Vice-President
MARTHA TEMPLETON Serrehlry-Treaslu ev
MR. S. E. STILLWELL ,, , Aduser
Dick, Mr. Stillwell, Brenda, and Martha
make plans for Homecoming.
which contained helpful information for the freshmen and
other new students. Sponsoring Homecoming, Christmas dec-
orations, a sock hop, and Clean-Up Week were their other
Erick Ficken, Ann Sanders, joe Greene, Patti Peterson, Sandra
Hankinson, Jnbo Sanders, Jimmy Calamas, Linda Peterson, Wanda
Corley, john Douglas.
Left to Right, First Row: Linda Burnside, Sandra Heath, Connie
Dukes, Gail Jaques, Joyce McDaniel, Betty Lou Foster, Brenda Wil-
liams, Sandra Hatcher, Barbara Andrews, Brenda Barton, Judith
Andrews. Second Row: Ellen McKellar, Linda Fite, Kay McMal1an,
Betty Saunders, Mimi Berry, Marsha Metts, Joyce Duncan, Char-
lotte Bowden, Joyce Ann Lowe, Mary Frances Rich, Elsie Bar-
ber. Third Row: Henry Simmons, Marguerite Sikes, Margaret Mae
SPONSORED COLLEGE DAY
Who were those scarecrows and hula girls seen on the midway
at the Exchange Club Fair last fall? W'hy, they were nonc-
othcr than Beta initiates. The Beta Club, a national honor
organization, are juniors and seniors selected on the basis of
DOUG WRIGHT , ,,,,,,,, President
PAT BOOSE , ,,,, ,,,.tVire-President
JOYCE MCKIE , E ,. ,Secretary
WALTER KNOX , W ,,,,,T1'6llS1ilT61'
CLAIRE BRIERLEY ,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,, Reporter
MRS. MARGUERITE HAMMOND E t,Adviser
Walter, Joyce, Doug, Mrs. Hammond, Claire, and Pat
arrange a bulletin board display.
Ryan, Charlotte Law, Betsy Reutter, Judith Parker, Pat Stewart,
Ann Haskell, Judy Herring, Kathleen Rape, Joyce Whitlaw, Rush
Morrison. Fourth Row: Jeff Tennant, Parker Shaw, John Douglas,
Barry Pitts, Joe Greene, Gibson Cook, Richard Payne, Bobby Har-
buck, Lee Sikes, Malcolm Judkins, Bobby Dansby, Charlie Williams,
Pat Timmerman. Not pictured: Levona Page.
scholastic achievement and character. Activities on the Beta
calendar included initiation and installation of new members,
College Day, and, most exciting of all, the Beta Convention.
Left to Right, First Row:
Strother, Watkins, Pitts,
Stewart, Payne, Baxley, Lutz,
M. Metts. Scrond Row: L.
Metts, Rape, juclkins,
Vaughn, Pentecost, Reutter,
Davis, Huehingson, Moore,
COVERED THE NEWS
Witli its clever features, amusing artwork, and up-to-tho
minute sports and feature news, the Yellow Iarkrf was tops!
Last year at the convention of the S. C. S. P. A., of which
they are a member, the Yrffou' Iurkvf won All-State rating.
By attending the workshop at Winthrop, the editor and busi-
ness manager obtained excellent ideas for the paper.
PRODUCTION STAFF-Left to Right, First Row: Duncan,
Tichnell, Saunders, Berry. Seronrl Row: Dukes, Mrs. Monroe,
Ryan, Andrews, Cunningham, Jaques.
Left to Right, First Row: Green, Belding, MeMahan, Herring, Peterson. Second Row: L. J
kins, Davis, Senerote, Alexander, Mrs. Murphy, Blitchington, Rich, Graybill.
PAT STEWART Erlitor-in-Chief
JUDITH HERRING . . Business Manager
PAT WATKINS .
. Club Editor
B. BLITCHINGTON, L. DAVIS, B.
GREGORY, L. PAGE, K. RAPE,
M. F. RICH . .. .... Reporters
MRS. ELIZABETH MURPHY . . Adviser
MONROE Production Adviser
Left to Right, First Row: Ann Haskell,
Kay McMahan, Pat Stewart. Second
Row: Malcolm Judkins, Betsy Reutter,
Judy Herring, Marsha Metts, Rush
IU IOR MARSHALS USHERED AT IMPORTANT EVENTS
junior Marshals were selected by the Principal on the basis of
high scholastic averages. They ushered at the Junior Play,
Commencement Exercises, and other important events. To be
AN HIGHLIGHTED THE FOOT
Halftime! And here comes the band! lts stirring music and
clever formations made the football games even more colorful.
The band marched in the United Funds Parade and the Christ-
mas Parades in North Augusta and Augusta. Mr. Harry Bouk-
Maioreffcs: Gayle Howell, Sharon Caswell. Left to Right, First Row:
Barbara Blitchington, Sallie Palmer, Mary Ann Rogers, Betsy Thur-
mond, Jimmy Youngblood, Bette Wycoff, Cap Prescott, Charlotte
Orr, Ann Weeks. Second Row: Dana Folsom, Marsha Willson, Char-
lotte Bussey, Arthur Perry, Carey Miller, Elsie Reese, Ann Moore,
Anne Graves, Ann Sanders, Jimmy Nicholson, Chester Jenkins, Tony
Redd, David johnson, Aloha Moore. Third Row: Ken Boland, Mary
Frances Rich, Lloyd Stahl, Larry Duvall, Bill Phillips, Jack Phillips,
a Junior Marshal is a high honor at North Augusta High
night, director, planned many new arrangements, which con-
tributed greatly to the school assemblies and community
programs. During the spring the band won recognition in the
district and state contests.
Ronnie Nappier, Orville McPherson, jack Ramsey, Dick Ulmer,
Linda Graves, Johnny Mealing, Paul Hines, Jimmy Calhoun, Harry
Youngblood, Claudia Williams, Jack Howard, Jimmy Biddle, David
Bryan. Standing: Kenny Jones, Andrew Ballard, Johnny Boyd,
Ben Stamps, Tammy Belding, Linda Fallaw, Warren Twiggs, Dickie
Sports, Mr. Bouknight. Not Pirtured: Alice Twiggs, Tessa Wadford,
JOYCE McKIE .. . , .. .,.President
BRENDA WILLIAMS . ,,,, . . .. Vice-President
MARTHA TEMPLETON .Y,, . . .Secretary-Treasurer
MISS MAUDE KELLER , ,,,,,,,,, Adviser
Joyce, Martha, Brenda, and Miss Keller plan a teacher appre-
iFUTURE TEACHERS OFIKMERICA
SPONSORED A TEACHER APPRECIATION PROGRAM
Into the making of good teachers goes extensive preparation
which cannot start too early. With this in mind the Paul
Knox Chapter of the Future Teachers of America sought to
interest students in the intangible rewards of teaching. Dur-
ing American Education Week they sponsored a teacher
appreciation assembly program. As their project for the year
they kept a nursery for the P.T.A. meetings.
BLOCK LETTER CLUB
RAISED THE FIRST YELLOW JACKET FLAG
Amid cheers from. the students the members of the Block
Letter Club proudly raised North Augusta's first Yellow
jacket flag, displaying gold letters and a yellow jacket on a
Left ta Right, First Row: E. Williams, C. Williams, Walters, Day,
Sanders, Hughes. Second Row: Baynham, Ficken, G. Cook, Wright,
F. Cook, Boyd, Timmerman, Anderson, Ferguson, Payne, Moore.
black background. Composed of boys who earned letters in
varsity sports, this club strived by physical and mental feats
for better sportsmanship and manliness.
Third Row: Montgomery, Sale, Samples, Spence, Kenworthy, Boy-
kin, Overstreet, Brown, Douglas, Self.
Left to Right, First Raw: Farrow, Wise, secretaryg Mitchell, vice-
president, Hnygood, M. Sikes, Sports, McKellar, Farmer, Barber,
MeKie, treasurer. Scruud Row: L. Reddic, secretary, Boose, presi-
dent, Arnett, Bolderson, vice-president, Bowden, SteWart,cl1airmang
Brierley, Herring, president, Law, secretary, Reutter, president,
Whitlaw, Thomas. Third Row: Mrs. Godfrey, adviser, Wood,
Browne, Timmerman, Kenworthy, Dansby, chairman, Boykin, vice-
presiclentg Douglas, treasurer, Murphree, B. Reddic, chairman.
Fourth Row: Manly, L. Sikes, Spence, Boyd, Quattlebaum, Taylor,
Cooper, Howington, treasurer.
LE CERCLE FRANCAIS
SANG CHRISTMAS CAROLS IN FRENCH
Cfest l..i Vie! Le Cercle lfraneais stimulated interest in the
language and customs of France by participating in the Hrst
state-wide Modern Language Fun-Day at the University of
South Carolina. During Christmas holidays members caroled
COMWOLEI CL B
KEPT THE LIBRARY ATTRACTIVE
Books! Books! Books! Checking books, mending books, shelv-
ing books! That was the job of the library assistants. Besides
giving a program in assembly and arranging the bulletin
board during Book NWeek, they helped to interest students in
and carried gifts to shut-ins. Finally, dressed as lirenchmen of
the past and the present, they celebrated with a Mardi Gras
required and leisure reading. Highlights of the year were the
district meeting in Denmark and the state convention at
RUBY THOMAS , President
BARBARA DAUGERTY Vive-Presirlenf
HILDRETH CALLOWAY St'creim'y
BIRDIE FLEMISTER Treasurer
MISS MARY MCCARTY Adviser
Barbara, Hildreth, Birdie, Ruby, and Miss McCarty arrange
an interesting book display.
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Leff fo Right, First Row: Morris, Fallaw, second consul, Strom,
Sherrill, Blitchington, Lutz, Davis, Greene, Jeffrey, Hurst, Burk-
halter, Haskell, chairman, Flemister, scribe. Second Row: Miss Kel-
ler, adviser, Wilson, Gibson, Sumner, Bussey, Sheridan, vice-presi-
dent, Moore, first counsul, Sanders, first consul, Peterson, second
consul, Strom, Talbcrt, scribe, Faglic, Wilson, Moore, Mrs. Godfrey,
adviser. Third Row: Vaughn, Hunt, Hamilton, Miller, Schwartz
Whelchel, Youngblood, Cooper, Day, Biddle, Fallaw, Ulmer, chair-
man, Thurmond, Ramsey. Fourth Row: Newsome, Overton, Nichol-
son, Miller, Zier, Carter, Henshaw, Samples, Ouzts, president
Rucker, C. Jenkins, chairman, Harper, Blitch, Huff.
PARTICIPATED IN THE LATIN FORUM
"XWinthrop or bust!" was the cry of the members of the ducted the Roman Quiz Kids program before some 2,000
M. H. A. as they boarded the bus for the annual Latin Forum students. Another highlight of the year was the Latin Ban-
at Wfinthrop College. After months of preparation they con- quet, where the guests imitated the customs of ancient Rome.
JU IOR HOMEMAKERS ASSOCIATIO
PRESENTED A SPRING FASHION SHOW
llomemaking is essential! That is why the Junior Homemalc- two banquets, sold coupons for summer camp, and prepared
ers Association is most important. Learning to cools and sew a welfare program, for Christmas. This spring they gave their
was just part of their school program. The girls served at annual fashion show.
MARGIT HAYWOOD President
HILDRETH CALLOWAY Vice-President
SARA WILLIAMS Sevrefary
ANN CALLICOTT Treasurer
FRANCES DOUGLAS Reporter
MISS BETH JACKSON ,Adviser
Frances, Hildreth, Ann, Sara, Margit, and Miss
Jackson discuss plans for their fashion show.
Left to Right: Frances Douglas, Lynda
Reddic, Barbara Bolderson, Patti Pe-
terson, Brenda Williams, Linda Wise.
SPURRED THE TEAMS TO VICTORY
"N-O-R-T-H A-U-G-U-S-T-A! That's the Way to spell itg
here's the way to yell it-North Augusta!
Throughout the year this peppy group did much to
heighten the spirits of the fans and the players. During
PRACTICED SAFETY FIRST
Stop! Look! Listen! The bus drivers were always aware of
these three words. Since they were responsible for the safety
of the students transported to school by bus, they exerted
the victorious football season the cheerleaders led the student
body in morale-boosting pep rallies. Their leading cheers at
the basketball games also helped North Augusta to come
every effort to maintain their fine record. These boys were
indispensable to the life of the school.
Left to Right: Howard Poarch, joe
Greene, Dick Hughes, Gibson Cook,
Jack Wood, C. B. Washington, Richard
Goley, Mike Andrews, Barry Pitts,
Frank Baxley, Walter Knox.
Norfh Augusfa is proud of ifs ability to exfel in many
sports and of flu' sporfsmanslvip of ifs players. In this
shot of flu' Richmond game Bill Kcnworfby clashes for
flu' Iafkvfs' firsf fom'l1down.
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North Augusta Opponents
0 . Beaufort . . 0
l 3 Richmond . 13
14 . . Aquinas . 0
34 . . Berkley . 6
34 . . L. B. C. . 6
3 5 . . Graniteville . 7
13 . Greer . 6
7 . . Orangeburg . . 7
14 . Aiken . . 0
19 . . Clinton . . 0
Coaches Jim Buist, Cally Gault, and Webster Grayson plan plays on the field board
BEST RECORD IN SOUTH CAROLINA
The powerful Yellow Jackets. finishing their third undefeated
season, have broken .ill known records in South Carolina for
the longest consecutive string of encounters without a defeat.
The Jacket squad, under the able leadership of Coach Cally
fiaull, again proved superior to all competition put before
Lufl to Riglvf, Firxl Row: L. Montgomery, P. Timmerman, C. Boyd,
C. Overstreet, L. Baynham, H. Samples, E. Ficken, T. Lowe. Serond
Row: B. Campbell, E. Willianis, B. Kenworthy, G. Boyd, F. Cook,
D. Wright, D. Day, R. Walters. Third Riuo: D. Sloan, J. Andrews,
them, both in defense and ollense. Although tied three times,
the Jackets dominated heavily in the statistics in all eases.
The powerful offense compiled 183 points, while the stonewall
defense allowed opponents only 45.
J. Douglas, E. Edwins, S. Spence, B. Alexander, R. Payne. I-'ourflx
Row: G. Pentecost, G. Cook, B. Self, C. Willianis, W. Prescott, D.
Brown, L. Manders. No! Pidurvd: J. Sanders.
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TOMMY LOWE BILL KENWORTY PAT TIMMERMAN ROBERT WALTERS
Senior Hulfburle Senior Qzmrterbufk, Senior Center Senior Halfburlz.
DOUG WRIGHT LARRY BAYNHAM DICK DAY ERICK FICKEN
Svuiur Cillilfll Senior Fulllmclz, Iunior Guard Svnim' Glmrn'
Fred Cook brings down n
Robert Walters goes
for yardage in thc
N.A. runner is brought down
muddy Clinton conflict.
by a group of Aiken Hornets.
STEVE SPENCE GEORGE BOYD
Senior Tackle Senior End
CHARLIE WILLIAMS HARRY SAMPLES
junior Quarterback Senior Tackle
UNDEEEATED IN THREE YEARS
In the first game of the '57 season the Jackets met the Tidal
Wave from Beaufort, and after a hard-fought battle in which
the Jackets' offense, being somewhat crippled by a wet play-
ing field, could not push over a score. For the first time in
two and one-half years, North Augusta left the field in a
scoreless tie. Recovering from the shock of near defeat, the
squad began a hard week of practice in preparation for the
clash with Richmond Academy. A capacity crowd of about
8000 watched the Jackets jump to an early 13-0 lead. During
the course of the game, however, the smiles of the crowd
turned to sadness as N. A., hampered by penalties, let the
Musketeers put over a scoring drive which led to a 13-13 tie.
Determined to gain their first win of the season, the Jackets
wrecked an extremely fine outfit from Aquinas 14-0. Cau-
tiously the Jackets took on a team from Berkley and over-
powered the Stags 34-6. N. A. next tested its strength against
previously undefeated LBC. In this clash the fired-up Jackets
JABO SANDERS FRED 'COOK
Senior Guard Senior End
hit pay dirt five times, beating the Lions 34-6. In the follow-
ing home game the local boys took an easy 35-7 victory over
the Graniteville Rocks in the presence of a large homecoming
Next to face the jackets' onslaught was Greer, and after
a hundred-mile ride the N. A. boys defeated the opposition
13-6. The following and biggest test of strength was Orange-
burg. Dominating heavily throughout the game and holding
a 7-0 lead, the Jackets scored again, but this tally was called
back because of a penalty. Late in the game the Indians man-
aged to score, tying the jackets 7-7. The following week
N. A. buckled down in preparation for its chief rival, Aiken.
After a scoreless first half, the Jackets came back and handed
the Green Hornets a 14-0 defeat. In the last game of the '57
season the squad overpowered Clinton on a rain-drenched
field, finishing the season with a 19-0 victory. The final
record was 7 wins, no losses, and 3 ties.
GIBSON COOK DON SLOAN
Senior Tackle Senior Tackle
DICK BROWN CHARLES OVERSTREET
junior Tarkle Senior Guard
3 1 . Hephzibah .
0 . Aquinas .
3 8 . Richmond .
24 . jackson .
2 5 . Richmond .
1 2 . . Aiken . .
UNDEFE TED B-TEAM
FUTURE VARSITY STARS
The North Augusta "BH Team opened its season in a clash
with the Hephzibah Rebels, winning 31-0. The following
week the strong and superior Baby Jackets, hindered by an
extremely wet playing field, tied the Aquinas "B's', O-0.
Looking for revenge over last year's defeat, the Jackets ripped
the Richmond squad 38-0 in Ll game won mainly by the de-
termination of the players and coach. The next game on
slate for the up-coming North Augusta stars was a high
Left to Right, First Row: J. Mumford, B. Reddic, M. Zier, R.
Whitlaw, B. Thompson, D. Ulmer. Second Row: S. Anderson, N.
Wiggins, Smith, W. Cooper, D. Sheridan, T. Samples. Third Row:
school varsity team from Jackson, South Carolina, who were
met and defeated 24-0. In a second clash with Richmond,
NA again won 25-6. This was the only time the jacket de-
fense was scored upon. In the final game of their season the
Jacket "B's" again were victorious, winning 12-0 against
Aiken. This concluded an impressive season of 5 wins, no
losses, one tie.
J. Fallaw, C. Winburn, J. Gingrey, Sailors, B. Burns. Four'll1Rou':
B. Woodward, R. Bolton, D. Day, W. Griffin.
"B" TEAM SCORES
Left to Rigbl: Joyce McKie, Co-Captainq Miss Sawyer, Coachg and Pot Boose,
SCORES OF GAMES PLAYED
North Augusta Opponents
54 .... Olympia . . 31
29 . . Hephzibah . . 22
43 . . Aquinas . . 20
40 . . Richmond . . 22
64 . . Graniteville . . 45
35 . . Hephzibah . . 30
47 . . L. B. C. . . 31
36 . . Orangeburg . . 32
63 . . Graniteville . . 57
1 52 . . Junior College . . 42
4 48 . . Aiken . . . 44
i 51 . . L. B. C. . . 42
55 . . Orangeburg . . 36
ESTABLISHED AS ONE OF THE BEST
In the lirsl game of the '58 season the powerful Yellow
hlacliel lassies overthrew Olympia for a S4-3l win. liollowing
this victory, N. A. toola a hard-fought game from llephzibah
Z9-22. The next two games, being with Aquinas and Rich-
mond, who were added to the jacket skein by scores 43-20
and 40-22, respectively. The next match was taken from the
Kiraniteville Rocks by a 64-45 score.
Lef! lo Righf: Guards Barbara Bolderson, Janet Tyre, Martha
Coming hack strong after a two-week vacation, the girls
overcame llephzihah 39-30, I.. I3. C. 47-31, Orangeburg
36-32, and Ciraniteville 63-57. The next four games were also
added to the Jackets' unmarred record, by winning them from
junior College 52-42, Aiken 48-44, l.. B. C. Sl-42, and Or-
angeburg 55-36. Wheii Samlxjmrs went to press, the unde-
feated jacket Lassies had four more season games to play,
plus the honor of going to the State 'l'ournament.
Lynda Wise goes high for rebound against L. B. C.
Left to Righl, First Row: W. Griffin, S. Anderson, S. McQuistion, B. Campbell. Second Row:
D. Sheridan, J. Priestley, J. Andrews, Coach Jim Buist.
BOYS' BASKETB LL
IMPROVED AS SEASON PROGRESSED
The North Augusta Cagers started their 1958 season with one of the roughest schedules
ever taken on by the Jackets. In the season opener against Olympia the Jackets looked
ragged on ofifense, as the Olympians won 65-48. During their second tilt the Jackets
looked like an entirely different team as they roared back and defeated Hephzibah 53-37.
The .Iacket lost to teams from Aquinas and Richmond Academy. With their record
standing 1-3, the jackets defeated last year's C. S. R. A. champions, the Graniteville
Rocks, by a score of 59-52. L. B. C. and I-lephzibah followed in order. The local boys
again fell into a slump as they lost consecutive games to Orangeburg, Graniteville and
the junior College from Augusta. The jackets, who were down, but not out, rallied and
defeated the Aiken Hornets 67-47, L. B. C. 62-49, Orangeburg 59-38, and Carlisle Guard
68-44. When the Sumlslm-rs went to press, the Yellow jackets had four games left to
play, plus the Lower State Class AA Tournament.
BILL ALEXANDER HARRY SAMPLES JOHN DOU1GLAS DICK HUGHES FRED COOK
Center Center Forward Guard Forward
Relay Runners Bobby Harbuck, Dick Day, Jerry Sailors, Jim Moore and Charles Dick DHY warms UP with the tWelVe'P0'1'1d ball be
Caudill are timed by jabo Sanders. fflfe 3 meet-
SPIRIT AND DETERMINATION WON THEM LAURELS
The North Augusta track team again took high honors in the
Upper State Meet, which was held in May of 1957. Charles
Overstreet broke the Class A record for the shot put, heaving
the twelve-pound ball 50 feet, thus breaking the record he
himself had set the year before. Dick Day, NA,s Junior shot
put thrower, placed third in this event. The Jacket track team
of 1957 placed sixth in the State Meet for Class A competition.
In another meet held at Aiken High School, North Au-
gusta placed high in all events but lost by a 56M to 51M
margin. In this clash Dick Day won the 220-yard dash, Char-
lie Williams won the mile and 440-yard race, and Charles
Overstreet won the shot put event.
During the '58 season many veterans returned to the cin-
ders. Among these were D. Day, A, Sale, C. Overstreet, B.
Harbuck, C. Boyd, C. Caudill, J. Moore, E. Williams, R.
Walters, H. Samples, and C. Williams.
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RESPECTED IN DEFEAT AS IN VICTORY
Under the leadership of a new coach, Webster Grayson, the
Yellow jackets of 1957 ended the season with a record of five
victories and six defeats. ln the win department North Au-
gusta was not first but remained impressive in defeat as well
as in victory. ln season play the Jacket battery took two
games from Hephzibah 3-2 and 5-4, two games from Aiken
3-l and 2-0, and a win over Catholic by a 4-2 margin. De-
feats were suffered by the jackets at the hands of Richmond
hy Ll score of 7-5 in the first game and a 5-4 score in 11 re-
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ning 2-I and 3-0. Another loss was to Graniteville by a 5-4
The veterans who returned in 1958 included S. Anderson and
C. Williams, eatchersg F. Oakley and S. Spence, pitchersg F.
Cook and D. Brown, on first baseg W. Summers at secondg
J. Douglas at short stopg G. Ferguson on thirdg and Ficken,
L. Manders, and B. Self in the fields.
Jean Bradley tosses up basketball for Joyce and Tessa while Martha, Sharon gathers pucks while Margit, June, and Lynda look on.
Willie Joe, Charlotte, and Betty Jean get ready.
HELPS TO BUILD CHARACTER
From early in the fall with the advent of touch football through the year
with basketball, volleyball, archery, soccer, tennis. and ending with soft-
ball in the spring, North Augusta students are able to participate in varied
sports. The purpose of the intramural program is to provide competition
and recreation for each student in those sports which he likes best. Also,
it promotes interest in physical activities and sponsors certain moral and
Guided by Miss lfreida Sawyer and Mr. Cally Ciault, the physical edu-
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Boys prepare for kick-ball game m Physical Education L1 ion piogi im develops 1 better rounded indixidui , itlping to mite nm
period, physically and morally able to carry on in life.
Linda D. and Lynda W. choose sides with but as Jerrie and Sandra
gather equipment. Dick, Jimmy Y., and Jimmy M. demonstrate their tumbling ability
Fred Cook attempts to secure the ball, while Allen Sale guards a Hephzibah man.
Charlie Williams and Leroy Mandcrs tackle Aiken
Charles Overstreet, Coach Cally Gault, and Larry Bayna-
ham represented N. A. in annual Shrine Bowl Game.
Larry Baynaham goes for touchdown in Aiken game.
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Superlative means "highest in degree." The selections
of Seniors by their class to represent the following
qualities is a highlight of the school year. The informal
superlatives are pictured enjoying punch at a formal
N. A. TICK
BARBARA BOLDERSON DICK HUGHES
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Their qualities are admired by everyone. lp. an eniop
LOWELL SMITH BARBARA ANDREWS
Wh It could be better m thlS old world
Thin at handsome boy and a pretty girl.
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DOUG WRIGHT PAT BOOSE
They do so many things so well,
Seeming always to excel. e
PAT TIMMERMAN ELLEN MCKELLAR
Determination makes dreams come true,
Success comes from work, not out of the blue.
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ERIN WILLIAMS JANET TYRE
Their love for the school is unsurpassed, 1 P
Such a loyalty will truly last.
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A smile 1nd then 1 twinkling eye JM
LYNDA REDDIC ERICK FICKEN
Good looks 'md personality, too . . .
They re cute from any point of view.
Their love of life and
Brightens even dreary days
BOBBY DANSBY LINDA DEASON
Their thoughtful acts and courteous ways
Show that politeness always pays.
GAIL SPORTS LEE SMITH
Stylishly dressed and always neat . . .
Their taste in clothes just can't be beat.
SIDNEY FARMER GIBSON COOK
A cheerful Way, a cheerful smile,
The charm of friendship all the while.
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MISS-HI-MISS AND VALEDICTORIAN
Marguerite Sikes, having attained the highest scholas-
tic average in four years at North Augusta High, was
named valedictorian of the Class of 1958.
For her character, scholarship, leadership, and
personal attractiveness the Seniors elected her Miss-
lli-Miss in a contest sponsored by Winthrop College.
Iilsie Barber earned the second highest scholastic av-
erage of her class to become salurarorian. During her
four years at North Augusta High she has shown
dependability and capability.
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OF THE CLASS OF 1958
Leading the students as President of the
Student Council, Dick Hughes efficiently
fulfilled his duties and supervised activi-
ties sponsored by the Council.
This year for the first time the Seniors chose a King
Teen, Pat Timmerman. The selection was based on
character, scholarship, leadership, and personal attrac-
tiveness. Woffortl College sponsors this contest.
In recognition of her character, dependability, serv-
ice, leadership, and patriotism Joyce McKie was se-
lected by the Seniors and the faculty to receive the
good citizenship award of the Daughters of the
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drews Homecoming Queen.
The annual staff was pleased to learn that
the 1957 SlllltI.YfJIIl1Y had won tlie First Place
Award in a national contest sponsored by
Columbia University. Looking to the future,
the Beta Club sponsored College Day, and
the school gave National Merit Sclaolarsliip
Tests for the first time.
Senior Beta Club members enjoyed fun and frolic at the Exchange Club Fair
Allen Sale, Ellen McKellar, and Walter Knox were among Seniors who took thc
National Merit Scholarship Test
Class treasurer Doug Wright distributed the long-awaited class rings. MISS Todd S bulletin board for Chrl5tm15
Le Cerelc Francais Christmas carolers mct at the commu-
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On College Day Juniors and Seniors counseled with representatives from
After the welcomed Christmas holidays, during which the
lireneh and l,atin students earoled, the victorious football
team was honored by the annual banquet. Then exams slowed
the paec of extracurricular activities. but not for long. The
juniors began work on their play, and M. ll. A. prepared to
present the Roman Quiz Kids program at the Latin Forum
at Xvinthrop. A number of Betas attended the state conven-
tion at Columbia.
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Dick Hughes, Lynda Reddic, Thomas Sanders, Barbara Bolderson, cast of "Stranger in the Night."
With authentic costuming Le Cercle Francais staged
its annual Mardi Gras, and M. H. A. its Roman Ban-
quet. May brought the most colorful event of the
year-the junior-Senior held in the beautifully deco-
rated gymnasium. The annuals arrived the same
month, and everyone was busy getting autographs.
As Commencement drew near, the Seniors fondly re-
called the highlights of the year 1957-1958.
Latin students wore authentic costumes to the Roman
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diplomas-a happy and sad day.
The ps-adm-:ion of SANDSPURS would be financially
impossible without the support of the businessmen and
companies in the area. Marguerite Sikes and Larry Mur-
plm-f visit a prospective advertiser, the North Augusta
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NORTH AUGUSTA BANKING COMPANY
518 Georgia Avenue
" l,ru'g4' enough lo.vf'1'7'ryo11 - -
small enough to know you
Nlember of F. D. I. C.
Deposits Insured up to :5l0,0
ROBERT WILKINSON PHOTOGRAPHERS
Cumnurciul I'OR'l'RAI'1'S VVc:dd ings
871 Broad St.
UGUSTA C0 CRETE BLOCK CONIPA Y
l'Iwm- 5-552+ . Xl1gusta1, Un.
Ill-'l'IiS'l' Q'UNCRli'l'Ii BIXDCKS
FIRE SAF I PERMANENCE
IlAxx11s1'm: xr ST11 ST. Blzlmslc
Your Complete Family
515 Georgm Avenue
PARKS AND MATHIS FURNITURE CO.
CUNII'I,IC'I'IC HOUSICHOLIJ FURNISHINGS
302 Kluin Street
B. SHERMAN HITT
11'11o1.Es,-11.5 PROD! 'mp
Phone 7-1145 115 St. James St.
SAVANNAH TERRACE GROCE
Open 8:00 to 9:00 Seven Days 21 VVQ-ek
IN SAVAN NAII TICRRACE
ALLEN COHEN INSURANCE, INC.
GENER,-11, ms! fR.1.x'1:r:
1015 Druid Park Ave. Phone 2-2731
MURPHY MOTOR CO.
1565 VVz11ton XXVIII' Phon
CUSHIXIAN MOTOR SCOOTICRS
FARR FURNITURE COMPANY
971 Broad St. Phone 2-4013
"BEST l3I'Y BY F.41RR"
SIMKINS SEED CO.
REESE AND JOHNSON ELECTRIC
1129 IIro:uI St. Phone 2-5327 410 Vgfest 'lyrmce AW'
SEED AND Prima FOR EVERY N1-:En N"R'1"' AUGL'S'H- 5- C-
S 81 H GREEN STAMP STORE
1033 BRUAIJ STREET
FRED ASTAIRE DANCE STUDIOS
909 Greene Street
A Us Lf s'1'.x, G EURGIA
TAP, BALLE'l', BALLROONI
845 Broad St. Daniel Village
MORGAN TRUCK 81 TRACTOR CO.
. 640 Twaggs sum Phone 2-8368
TRUCKS - TRACTORS 4 FARM EQUIPMENT
Sales - Management - Loans
BLANCHARD 81 CALHOUN
BROAD AT 8TH STREET
THE JACKET HIVE
"A 'fffennge O1'gan1'zal1'0n of Norlh flugu.vfa"
TERRY MINERALS COMPANY
CLEARWATER. sou'rH cARoLlNA
Specalficafian Sancf ancf Qfmaef
C1,EARwAT13R, S. C.
A DIVISION OF UNITED MERCHANTS
AND MANUFACTURERS, INC.
1266 Broad Street
Al 'GI 'sT,x, G EURGIA
JENNING AUTO PPLY
AUTO PARTS CRANKSHAFT GRINDING
l'elephone 2-6828 or 2-6829 1223 Reynolds Street
A UGUSTA, GEoRGIA
POSEY'S FUNERAL HOME
Dial 5-2429 403 Georgia Avenue
NKIRTII AUGUSTA, S. C.
FULCHER'S VIOLIN 81 PIANO SHOP
939 ELLIS ST. AUGUSTA, GA.
KENNETH L. WISE
530 Grant Ave. Phone 5-5876
REYNOLDS GROCERY 81 GENERAL MERCHANDISE
SWEETWATER, S. C. PHONE 5-9708
FORT GORDEN OPTICAL SERVICE
MAIN POST EXCHANGE
W. F. BENTLEY 81 SON
901 Broad St. Phone Z-5731
REGULAR MEALS, SHORT ORDERS, COMPLETE SODA FOUNTAIN
505 Georgia Avenue North Augusta, S. C.
RICHMOND MOTOR SALES, INC.
955 GREENE ST. AUGUSTA, GA.
FEAGLE BUICK co.
JOHNSTON, S. C.
Holy Trinity Church
Choose B rick by
BRICK AND TILE COMPANY
AU Gl 1 STA
JORDAN HARDWARE 84 PAINT
516 Georgia Avenue
HARDWARE - PAINTS - SPORTING GOODS
THE EDSEL MAXWELL BROTHERS
"Augusla's Leading Furniture Store"
"ZVe'ver Before a Car Like It"
.lohnson's Edsel Sales, Inc.
1000 Telfair Street 4-7528
933-35 Broad Street
AUGUSTA HIDE COMPANY
P. O. Box 28 Augusta, Georgii
THE ASHLEY MOTOR HOTEL
Highways 1 SL 78 3 Miles North
SOUTHERN LU BRICATING COMPANY
Your Cities Service Distributor
Gorden Highway Phone 2-6421
SCROGGS AND EWING
THOMAS OPTICAL COMPANY
206 8th Street
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted
MYER'S PRESCRIPTION SHOP
WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOUR PATRONAGIS
GIBBS AUTO WRECKING
CLAUSSEN 81 WEBSTER
DIXIE FUEL CO., INC.
QUALITY COAL - FUEL OILS
1370 Greene St. Dial 2-6677
SCHOOL OF DANCING
To Put a Lillie Fun in Your Life . .
Studios - Air Conditioned
739 Greene St. Phone 4-1875
BOWEN BROS. HARDWARE CO
East Buena Vista Ave. 55 Barton Rd.
JOHN F. MARSCHALK
MEATS - GROCERIES - PRODUCE
Phone 5-8645 N. Augusta, S. C.
Phone 2-7050 116 13th St.
S. W. MOORE, Prop.
w. r. BENTLEY 8. soN W' E' SWS
901 Broad Street JEWELRY - WATCH REPAIRING
AUGUSTA' GEORGIA 412 Campbell St. Augusta, G11
BILL JONES MOTORS
Augusta and North Augusta
1424 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
BILL JONES KENNETH JONES
EDGAR E. MURRAH
909 Telfair Sr. Phone 2-1347
GENERAL TIRE 81 SUPPLY CO.
Phone 2-6641 Broad at 12th St.
WEE WASH IT
Across from High School
WASHED, DRIED, AND FOLDED
DRY CLEANING AND FINISHED LAUNDRY
PHILLIPS Hee" SERVICE
502 Georgia Avenue Phone 7-4204
NORTH AUGUSTA, S. C.
FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN
"By Farr Ihe Best"
859 Broad St.
MARGARET ROSE, INC.
LADIES APPAREL AND COSTUME JEWELRY
POULTRY PALACE MARKET
CHICKENS AND EGGS
Phone 4-7561 304- 8th St. 1204 Ellis St. Dial 2-9937
WAYSIDE FOOD STORE
431 E. Martintown Road
NORTH AUGUSTA, S. C.
OCTANE OIL CO.
U. S. Highway l at Schultz Hill
NORTH AUGUSTA, S. C.
"SUPER GAS - SUPER SERVICE"
A. C. "Boo1s" BAILIE
BAlLIE'S PARKING LOT
Motor Tune-up Brake Service
Lawn lN'Iower and Outboard lIfIotor Repair
JIMMIE'S SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION
Phone 7-5637 228 Edgefield Rd.
NORTH AUi?LlS1'.'X, SOUTH CAROLINA
Pick-Up and Delifvery Service
RICHMOND SUPPLY CO.
MILL SUPPLIES SUPPLY
Pipes - Pumps - Valve Fittings
Belting - Packing - Hose - Bolts ALL YOUR AUTO NFEDS
1337 R ld S.
Seventh Street Dial 4-7792-6 eyno S t
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LIBERTY LIFE I URA CE, CO.
Suite 321 Masonic Bldg. Phone 4-9605
WALLACE H. OWINGS, JR.
RICHARDS BUICK, INC.
"Your fl1lfl101'l.Zf'd, Buick and Opel
Dealer for Augusla ana' N01'lh Augusta."
1350 Broad Street
AUGUSTAZS' FRIENDLIEST DEPARTMENT STORE
EASTERN MOTOR COMPANY
"For 24 Years Your Oldsmobile Dealer"
1333 Broad Street Phone 4-4337
SHOES FOR GIRLS AND BOYS GOING PLACES
968 Broad Street Augusta, Georgia
ROBER'l"S MOTOR COMPANY
15th Street at Broad Augusta, Georgia
BU'l'CH'S BELVEDERE BARBER SHOP
342 Edgefield Road
Rene J. LeBlanc Air Conditioned
756 Broad Street Phone 2-7964
WALKER MOTOR COMPANY
New SL Used Sales Sales Service New SL Used Truck Sales
Service-Parts AUGUSTA, GA. Body Repairs
Broad at 14th St. Telephone 2-5371 Reynolds at 14th St.
DR. HAWK'S ANIMAL HOSPITAL
VAN WOOD CLEANERS
334 Georgia Ave. Phone 7-6606
Pickup and Delivery
"Your Friendly Corner Drug Store"
601 GEORGIA AVENUE FREE DELIVERY
THOS. I'I. BRITTINGHANI 81 CU.
919 12th Street
AIR CON DITIONERS
KIINI LEDFORD F. P. LEDFORIJ
STATE FARM INSURANCE C0.'S
330 Georgia Ave. Phone 7-8035
LETTY'S FLOWER SHOP
1716 lVIarion Ave.
BUSBIA REALTY CO.
REAL ESTATE Sz INSURANCE
134 Eighth St. Phone 4-5568
RHODES AUTO SERVICE
Bear Wheel Balancing and Alignment
General Auto Repair, Welding
Frame and Axle Service
1325 REYNOLDS ST. AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
MULLAN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
NORTH AUGUSTA, S. C.
WEEKS OIL AND APPLIANCE CO.
ESSO HEATING OILS AND PROPANE GAS
Phone 5-5024 103 E. Buena Vista
NORTH AUGUSTA, S. C.
TALBERT'S CITIES SERVICE STATION
T. DABNEY TALBERT
Phone 5281 Edgefield, S. C.
PERKINS LUMBER COMPANY
"Qualify lfuilzling fllntrrials Sinn' 1858"
619 Thirteenth Street
BUSH PLUMBING CO.
106 West Spring Grove Ave.
NoRTH AUCIUSTA, S. C.
N 81 W CAMERA EXCHANGE
218-220 Eighth St. Augusta, Ga.
PRE-RECORDED TAPES - RECORD PLAYERS
TAPE RECORDERS - RADIOS
Ismail - CT.-NRRARD - FAIRCHILD - BELL - TVIARANTZ - BOZAK
336 Georgia Avenue
McELMURRY PoNrlAc co. and
YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC
AND GMC TRUCK DEALER FURNITURE - MATTRESSES - AUTORIOBILES
"SllfI.I'fTf'Il EJIIXIIIIIIPVS ls Our BIISIIIFJJ' Frye Egfimgff-,Q
9-2504 AIKEN, S- C- Call Day or Night - 5-2556
BELVEDERE, S. C.
RUBEN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Uulfts for the Enlirf' Fnrnily
Store of lfetler Values
1009? llomf' fJ'Zl'Ilf"d
91-I-916 II road Street
GREENE STREET SERVICE STATION
J. P. MALL11:T'1', P,-Up.
Phone 2-7657 1201 Greene St
AUGUSTA, GEoRo1 x
PE DARVIS CHE ROLET COMPA Y
YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER IN EDGEFIELD
WITH THE CLEANEST SELECTION OF USED
CARS AND TRUCKS TO BE FOUND
ANYWHERE IN THIS SECTION
If You Are Interested in Bargains This Is the Place to Come
"We Serve to Serve Again"
HlGHTOWER'S HARRISON TRANSFER 81 STORAGE CO
NORTH AUGUSTA CLEANERS
- Agent for -
DRY CLEANING -- PRESSING
NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES
611 Georgia Avenue Ndliwl W1'd6
825 Calhoun St. Phone 2-3558
NORTH AUGUSTA, S. C. AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
P 8 5 Goons COMPANY
1sQU1m21rfNT FOR EVERY sPoR'1
STORES 212 Eighth Street
BROWN,S SUPER MARKET
502 Edgefield Road
BELVEDERE, SOUTH CAROLINA
GROCERY f N1PfA'1'S -4 PRODUCE
Dry Clvarzfrzg Pifk Up
BELVEDERE CLOTH SHOP
BELVEDERE, S. C.
McGOWEN PRINTING 81 OFFSET COMPANY
PRINTING - LITHOGRAPHING
Phone 2-5410 103 Eighth Street
CARR'S OF AUGUSTA
Your Fashion Store
PHIL HENSCHEL, Zllanager
GQLDMAN REALTY CO.
REAL ESTATE - LOANS - INSURANCE
We Boost N01'fll Augusla YUIWZ
Phone 5-O2ll-5-4957 509 Georgia Avenue
WATER DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
BELVEDERE, S. C.
BEECI'I ISLAND SERVICE STATION
I-Iwy. 28 Phone 7-9297
AUGUSTA SCHOOL OF AVIATION
PUNARO MEAT MARKET
Western and Home Killed lXIeat - Fresh Vegetables
. . THUMA
YO UR FRIGIDAIRE DEALER
512 Georgia Ave.
NlDIl'1'lI Auslslxx, S. C.
ICE AND COAL COMPANY
847 13th Street
914 Telfair St. Phone 2-9995
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IQ!-.-,iff J MAXWELL HOUSE PHARMACY
life Experfly Feed I, 4 Ihe Barn Yard'
r wvw ncvuunlv 1002 Greene St.
4- EEDRIAECIHTIIIELIIF I!
' '-'4'-" ' AUGUSTA, GEURGIA
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Ay "Congratulations to Our Friends arross lhe River"
FEEDRIGHT MILLING CO.
C. E. PETTY
FANCY GROCERIES AND MEATS
519 Georgia Ave.
1NOR'I'H AUGUSTTA, S. C.
PINE REST SERVICE
Serving You hVith
ATLAS TIRES ANU BA'I"1'ER1ES
Phone 7-9336 880 Edgeheld Rd
BELVEDERE, S. C.
RICHMOND MOTOR SALES, INC.
Telephone 4-5551 915-55 Greene Street
I am glad to have been a part . . . of your school lunch!
lllalae me a part of your life.
Cl-l5cK-R..3QARp SATCHER GARAGE
BEAR WHEEL ALIGNING
PURINA CHOW AND FRAME STRAIGHTENING
SANITATION PRODUCTS WHEEL BALANCING
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
902 Twiggs St.
AUGUSTA, GEQJRGIA 1215-17-19 Reynolds Street
Phone 4--8826 Phone Z-0088
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PYE's SUPER MARKETS W- J- MUMFQRD
Sand Bar Ferry Plumbing 59" Hfdflcllg Conirafior
8 529 Grant Ave. Phone 5-1879
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1X'Iedica1 Arts Building
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Phone 5-4796 416 Edgefield Rd.
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AMOCO GAS sl OIL
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GEORGIA AVENUE BARBER SHOP
I-Iours-8 AAI. to 7 13.111,
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1019 Broad St. Phone 2-64-16-7
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1515 Broad St.
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5075 Georgia Ave.
OGLESBY WELDING COMPANY
Electric and Acetylene VVelding
Boat Trailers Built and Repaired
PHONES: Day 2-3176 Night -1--6789
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SEVEN GABLES MOTEL
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Accredited by American Association NQJRTII AVGUSTA, S. C.
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Darziel Village Shoppirzg Center
Wrightsboro Road Telephone 6-9829
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HARRISON-GULLEY CHEVROLET, INC.
533 Broad Street
Southern Security Life Insurance Company
200 Georgia Avenue
NCJIQTPI AUGUSTA, S. C.
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'1Open Z4 Hours a Dayn
1800 Broad St. Phone 3-4495
TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT
Dining Counter Drive-In
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Distril1utor.v for M1's. Filberfs fllargarine ana' Salad Products
307 Hale St. Augusta, Ga.
FRED YARBOROUGH CO.
KEY WHOLESALERS, INC.
"Lowest Ufholesale Prices in the South"
1251 Reynolds St. Phone Z-1306
RALPH HATCHER'S GARAGE
General Auto Repairing on all make cars
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Shop: Dial Z-5086
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"Sales and Service for the Howie"
354 Edgefield Road Belvedere, S. C.
Phone 7- 1346
609 Georgi :1 A ve.
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Clistablished June I, 193-U
NOR1'Ii AUGUSTA, SOUTH CAROLINA
The Staff of the 1958 SANDSPURS
extend their thanks
to all who have mode
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Since the Dawn of the Century
WE HAVE SPECIALIZED
IN THE PRODUCTION OF
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1090 CAPITOL AVENUE, S. E. ' PHONE JACKSON 2-4600 ' P. O. BOX 5109
Adams, Jimmy ,,,,
Alexander, Judy ,...Y,
Allen, Deloris , ..., ..
54, 86, 92, 97
Anderson, Sammy ,.,, .,.,. 1 1, 57, 58, 63, 76
Andrews, Allen ,,,,,..
so, 89, 92, 94
, .,,.9.,.9..9l9v.,.99999999999.. 63
Andrews, Barbara 7, 8, 26, 27, 75, 77
Andrews, Jimmy ,,,.
Andrews, Judith , ,
Andrews, Michael ,,,,
Arant, Betty Jean ,....
Arant, Mike ,,
78, 97, 101, 111
23, 57, 60, s6, 92
26, 27, 77
.. ,,e.,.,. 54, ss
so 26, 27, 95
Arnett, Jimmy , .,., ,,,,,,,.,,,,, 23, 57
Arnett, Nancy ,,.. , 6, 26, 27, 72, 81
Bailey, Mickey ,,,,,, ,,., 6 2
Bailey, Richard ..., ,,,, 6 6
Bailey, Janice .... ...1 6 5
Baker, Camilla ,... ,,,,,,,,,, 6 4
Ballard, Andrew .... ...... 6 7, 79
Ballard, Edward ..... ,,,,,,,,,, 5 9
Banks, Carolyn ,,,,,,, . .,,,,.,...,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,..,,,,,,,, 60
Barber, Elsie ,....,.. 26, 27, 74, 77, 81, 108
Barber, Charles ...,....,,....,....,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, 67
Barksdale, Bobby ,,,,, ,,1,, 67
Barton, Brenda V... ,... 5 4, 77, 95
Barton, June .....1. ,,,,,,. 6 5, 66
Bates, Charles .,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,, 6 7
Baxley, Barbara ,,,, , ,,,,,,,, 54, 78
Baxley, Frank ,...., , ,,,,,,, ,26, 27, 83
Baxley, Malcolm ....,......,..1,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 64
Baynham, Larry ,,,,,, ll, 54, 80, 86, 87, 96
Belding, Tammy ,,,,,...,. ..1. ,,,.,,,,,,,,, 6 8 , 78, 79
Bell David ........., ,,,,1,,,,,,, 6 6
Bell, Jerry .......
Berry, Betty ,,,,,1
Berry, Brenda ,,
Berry, Mimi ..,,. 7, 8, 25, 28, 29, 77
Beverly, Bobby ,,,,,
Beverly, Stanley ,,,,,
Biddle, Jimmy ,,,,,,,
Black, Lewis ..,,,,
Blackburn, Ann ,,..,
Blakely, Bill ...,. . ..., .
Blanchard, Dickie ......
Blevins, Earl . .
61, 79, 82
..,,.M1., N 67
Blitch, Harvey .........,.1,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 59, 82
Blume, Margaret ,... ..,, . ,
Bodie, Linda , ,,,, ,
Bodie, Patricia ....
Bodie, Tommy ,....
Boland, Ken .,.,,,,..
Boland, Tommy ..
5 llrll... .5 ss, 78, 79, sz
Bolderson, Barbara ...,..... 28, 29, 81, 83, 90
Bolton, Bob ...,.... ..,,,.,,.. 6 6
Bolton, Ronnie ,,,,,, ........... .,,,. 5 4, 89
Boone, Julia ,,...... .......,................,.......... 5 9
7, 28, 29, 77, s1, 90
91, 97, 102, 113
STUDE T I DEX
Bowden, Charlotte ..,,, ,,,,,
Boyd, Charles .....
Boyd, George ,..., .,..
Boyd, Johnny .,,,,,
Boykin, Don ....
Bradley, Ann ,,,.,.,,,
Bradley, George ...,..
10, 12, 22, 28
29, 72, 77, 81
zs, 29, ss, so, s1, ss
64, 76, 79
54, 75, so, 81
Bradley, Jean ..... ....,.,,,....,... ,,,,, 5 4 , 95
Bragg, Gwen ,.,.,, ............,......,........... . .... 5 4
Brierley, Claire ............ 7, 8, 25, 28, 29, 77
Brankley, Bonnie ,,..,.,.,, ,,.,.,,..,, ,.... 6 5 , 97
Brinkley, Wayne .............,...........,...... 60, 62
Brown, Dick ,,,,,,,,,,,,
Brown, Gary ...,,.
Brown, Melba ....
B:own, Noel ,......
Browne, Albert ,,.,,
Bryan, Arthur ..,,
Bryan, David ........
54, 76, so, 86, 89, 94
50, 31, 81
Burdette, Jimmy ....,. .,....,.,.,.1., 5 4
Burkhalter, Mary ..,, ,,,, 5 9, 61, 82
Burkhalter, Ted .,..,. ............... 6 3
Burns, Robert ,..,. ..................,... 6 8, 89
Burnside, Linda ..... ,,.. 5 4, 74, 75, 77, 95
Bussey, Charlotte .... ,.,.....,....., 6 1, 79, 82
Bussey, Margaret ,,,..,
Byrd, Barbara ,,,,..,
Calamas, Jimmy .,... ..., 5 8, 60, 76
Calhoun, Jimmy .,.... ....,..,. 5 7, 76, 79
Callicott, Ann ,,..,,.,,, .,- ,,... 23, 58, 82
Calloway, Hildreth ,., .,,,. 58, 63, 81, 82
Campbell, Bruce ....., ,.,....., 5 4, 86, 92
Carmon, Angela ...,,. ..,....,.... 5 5
Carter, Steve .,.1,... ....,,,, 6 2, 82
Cashwell, Jerry ,..,,
Cashwell, Tommy ,,,,
Caswell, Sharon .,.
Caudill, Charles ....,,,...
Cheeks, Carolyn ,,,,
Chester, Emily ,,,,,,
Christman, Bill ,,,.,
Coates, L. C. ..... .
Collins, Fred ,,,,,,
Christy, Kathy .,,,.
59, 61, 74, 75, 76
50, 31, 72, 93, 113
Cole, Tom ,.......,. ...... 6 3
Connell, James ..,,. .,,,, ,,,,.,.,,., .,,,.,,,,,.. 6 4
Cook, Bobby ,..... ,..........,...,..,...........,....., 5 5
Cook, Gibson ....,.
Cook, Hugh .,,,,,
Cooper, Donny ..,,,
Cooper, Tommy ,.,,
Cooper, Walton .,...
Corbitt, Butch ,,,,.
Corley, Wanda ......
50, 31, 76, so, s6, 87
ss, 92, 94, 96, 105
50, 31, 77, so, ss
ss, ss, 107
22, 50, 51, 81
63, sz, 89
Crumpton, Charles ..... 30, 31
Culbertson, Joyce ...... ....................... 7 5
Cunningham, Sandy ..., ,,,,, 2 2, 30, 31, 78
Daniel, Ann ...,.
Daniels, Leroy .1,,
Dansby, Bobby ,,,.,, 24, 32, 33, 77, 81, 107
Dansby, Jimmy ........,,.,,.,,.,11...,,,,,...... 22, 55
Daugherty, Barbara ,,,,, 22, 55, 81
Davis, Billie ,...,,,.......,. ,,,,,,,, 5 7, 78
Davis, Earl ,1..,...,,,., ., 60
Davis, Lela 55, 78, 82
Day, Buddy ,,,,,, ...,,.........,.....,,,,,,,,, 5 7
Day, Dickey ...... 5s, 60, sz, 89, 94
my, Richard rrrr 55, so, 86, 87, 93
Deason, Linda ,,., .,.....,,, 3 2, 33, 107
Dennis, Billy .,., ,,,,,,,,,5,,,,,,, 6 7
Denny, Billy ,,,., ..,.. 6 6, 68
Dewitt, Carol .,.. .,,,.,.,,,,, 6 3
Dickens, Ray ,.... ,..,, 3 2, 33
Dickson, Gary .......,,,.,. ,,,,, 6 2
Dorris, Shirley Ann ,.,., ,,,. 6 5
Douglas, Harry ,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 5 5
Douglas, Frances ..,, 57, 75, 82, 83, 97
Douglas, John ...,.,. 54, 55, 76, 77, 80
s1, 86, 92
Duifell, Oliver ,. .......... ,,... 6 1
Dukes, Alfred .....,,,,.....,.. ............. 3 2, 33
Dukes, Connie McDaniel ..,..,., 8, 38, 39, 73
75, 77, 78
Duncan, Joyce ,,,.,,.,,, 2 ,..,,,,,,., 32, 33, 77, 78
Dunagan, Daniel R. ..,. ...., ..,,,,. 7 , 67
Durden, Berry ,,,,,,,, .,,...1.,,,,,.,....,,.. 5 9
Duvall, Larry ,,1,. 67, 75, 76, 79
Dye, Lillian ....,. ,.,.. ..,.. ..... 5 9
Dyer, Martha .,... .,,,, 6 8, 75
Edwins, Dan .. ..... 57, 86
Epps, Eddie ,.,..,,, ..... 5 5
Evans, Barbara ..... ....,.... 5 5
Evans, Jackie .,,.. ..... 3 2, 33
Faglie, Glenda ........,,......... 61, 82
Fallaw, Jack .... ,,,....,,,.e... 6 4, 82, 89
Fallaw, Linda ....,,...,,,..., 58, 59, 64, 79, 82
Farmer, Sidney ..,,, 32, 33, 73, 81, 97, 107
Farrow, Deede ........,,,. 34, 35, 74, 81, lll
Ferguson, Gerry ,..,,,
Finton, Larry ,,,,,,,
Ficken, Erick ....
Firby, Nancy ,....,
57, 5s, 63, ao,
Fite, Linda ....,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,...,,................
Flemister, Bird ie 5,,,
Florie, Kay ...,..,,
Flowers, Stan ,,,,,
Floyd, Jane Ell ,.,,,
Folk, Darlgene ..,,..
Folk, Dianne 1,,,.. .
Folsom, Dana .....
Ford, Danny ....,,,,,
Foster, Betty Lou .,,.. .....
Fountain, Bob ,...
Fowler, Floyd ....
Fowler, James ...,.
Fowler, Loyd ....
Fraser, Jerry .....,,,.
34, 55, 76, so, 86
s7, 94, 106
59, 75, s1, sz, 91, 97
23, 63, 97
Howington, Jerry ,,,,,,
Hutchxngson, Jimmy ...................,..,... 55, 78
Gantt, Barbara ,...
Gardner, Doris ,..,
Garvin, Geri ,,,,,
Gay, Wilbur ........
Gibson, Claudia .....4 .............. 5 7, 82
Gingrey, James ...... ................. 5 5, 89
Goley, Richard ...... .... 3 4, 35, 63, 106
Graves, Anne ...,... ................. 6 5, 79
Graves, Linda .Y.,.. .,
Graybill, Eustace ..,,,
Graybill, Martha ....
Graybill, Robert .....
Greene, Jewel ...................,f.. - ..... 62, 78, 82
Greene, Joe ............. - .....
Gregory, Betty Ann
34, ss, 76, 77, 83
W ,,.,,..,..,,....,..,.,... .. 5 5
Grillin, Warren ,,,,,,,,,, ..,. 6 2, 92,
Hair, Marcial ....,, .... 5 5
Hall, Hazel .......,., .... 6 4
Hamilton, Aaron ,..,. .., 55
Hamilton, Bobby .,.... ......... 5 8
Hamilton, Edward ..... . ..,.. 59, 82
Hammond, Larry ...- ...... ...,,... . 55
Hammond, Margaret ...., ..,,.,..,... 5 5
Hankinson, Sandra ,,.... ...... ..... 6 5 , 76
Hanshew, Paul r..,,,,, .,,..,,,,,,,...,..., 6 8, 82
Harbuck, Bobby ,.,. ...... 3 4, 35, 93, 77
Harbuck, Jerry .,r,. ...... .,.......,.. 5 7
Hardman, Myra ..... .....,.,. 5 8
Harper, Bill ...... ,..,. 6 2,
Harris, 'Johnny .... .,...,...
Harris Robert ............,, ....,,.........,......,.
Harrison, Bob ..... - ............. 23, 25, 34,
Hart, Roy .,.......
Harville, Ben ,.....
Harville, Dennis .,...
Haskell, Ann .,..,.. ,..... 5 5, 75, 77,
Haskell, Laura ...... ......... 6 5, 66, 82,
Hatcher, Sandra ,..,. .,... 5 5, 75, 77, 95,
Hayes, Pam ,.......,..., .- ............. 59, 62,
Hayes, Roy ...,.............. .....,............,. 6 1,
Haygood, Elizabeth ,.... ..,... 1 0, 22, 34,
74, s1, 111
Haywood, Jockel ..,,....,...,,......,.,.............,, 64
Haywood, Margit ..., 62, 75, 76, 82, 91, 95
Heath, Sandra ...,...................,,.11 ..... 5 5, 77
Herndon, Rosiland ...,..,.......,...................., 65
Herring, Judy ,.., 54, ss, 77, 78, 79, 81, 91
Higgins, Henry .,...,,,.,...........,,..,.,.....,,..... 67
Hill, Jo ..............,. ........,...,,. 6 3
Hines, Paul ....... .. 62, 64, 79
Hitt, Jean .,,.,... .,..,... 3 6, 37
Hobert, Carol ,,.... ,,..,, 5 5
Holland, Gary .,..., ,,,,,, 6 8
Holland, Ronald ...., 55
Holloway, Leon ..... ......,,, 6 6
Holmes, Julie ,,,.,, .....,..... , ,.,., 5 5
Hooker, Scottie ....... - ....... .,,,.. 6 7
Horsey, Jean .,..,...,., .,.,,. 5 8
Howard, Harriet ...... .,,.,,,,, S 5
Howard, Jack ,.... ,.... 6 8, 79
Howe, Billy ..... ...... ..... .,,,,..., 6 2
Howell, Gayle ...,. ., .,,,,,,, , .,.,,,, ,,,-,
Howell, Terry ...,.
Huff, Curt .......................................,.. 60, 82
Hughes, Dick ,,,,,
Hunt, Daniel ,....
Hurlbutt, Guy ,,,,.
Hurst, Gayle ...,...,.
Hyer, Paul ..,,,.,,
9, 36, 37, 76, so, ss
92, 100, 109, 113
ss, 61, 82
Jackson, Shelbie ..............,. .......,...,. 5 7, 91
Janke, Eugenia Morgan .,....,.....,............... 5 5
Jacques, Gail .....,...,........,,.,,. 36, 37, 77, 78
Jeffrey, Martha ,,.. ............. 5 8, 82
Jenkins, Chester ...... ...... 5 7, 79, 82
Jenkins, Leon ........ ...,... 5 5, 78
Johnson, Brenda ..,.,,
Johnson, David ,,,,
Johnson, Janice ,,,
Jones, Jackie .,...
Jones, Kenny ......
Jones, Oscar ..,..,...
ss, 7s, 79
ss, 77, 78, 79
Keane, Connie ,... ..,,. 6 0
Keane, Ellen ,,........,..,........,. ..,,...........,.... 5 5
Kearse, David .M ...,. .. ..........,.....,.. 22, 36, 37
Kenworthy, Bill ,,..,.....,. 11, 36, 37, 80, 81
ss, 87, 93
Kirby, Betty ,....
King, Ray ,,,,,,,
King, Wayne ......
Kirkland, Ann .,...
Knox, Walter .,,.
Koon, Lynda ......
Koon, T. W.
Langley, Albert ......
Langley, David .....
Law, Charlotte .,,,
Lee, Robert .....
Lever, Stan ,,,..
Lillv, Irisreen ....
Little, Judy s..
Long, Cynthia ..,.
Long, Tonya ..,..,
Lovett, Pat .,....,..
Lowe, Richard 1.,...
Lowe, Joyce Ann
Lowe, Tommy ...
Lutz, Carolyn ,..,
Main, Renee 1.,,,,,,1
Manders, Leroy .....
36, 37, 77, ss, 111
ss, 77, s1, 95
ss, 77, 95
ss, 78, 82
86, 94, 96
Manly, Newton ... ....,. 10, 38, 39, 81, 110
Martin, Mike ....
May, Allan ..,,..
. ,,3..,,.,......... ..s3,.3... s 9
Mayson, Milbert ....
McDanielH Joyce ,,.... ..,,..
McDonald, Kay .......,.
McElmurray, Andy ......
.,,,,..,.-... 5 5
M., 6 1
McElmurray, Harold ,,,., ....... 6 1
McFarland, Bob .......... ......... 5 8
McFarland, Sarah ..,. ...........,,..., 6 l, 91
McKellar, Ellen .,... ,,,,.. 3 8, 39, 73, 77
81, 103, 111
McKie, Jean .....................,..,.....,,,...,... 38, 39
McKie, Joyce ....,... 7, 8, 38, 39, 77, 80, 81
90, 91, 10s, 109
McKinnon, Barbara ..............,.................,. 57
McLaurin, Carolyn ...... ......,.............,... 6 4
McMahan, Kay ............. ...... 5 5, 77, 78, 79
McPherson, Clarence ...,.. .......,,...., 6 8, 79
McQuistion, Skip ...,...., ....,. 5 5, 92
Mealing, Johnny ,,,..................................... 79
Metts, Laura .........................,..,....,,.,. 61, 78
Metts, Marsha ........ 23, 55, 76, 77, 78, 79
Miller, Carey ...1... ...,..,...,...,,...,,, 6 3, 79, 82
Miller, Cecilia ...., ..........,...., 6 5
Miller, James .... ,..,.. 6 4, 82
Miller, Caroly ..... .,......., 6 5
Mitchell, Bobbie ..........,,..,.. .............. 5 5, 81
Montgomery, Judy ...... .. .......,.....,.........,,.. 58
Montgomery, Lanny ... ...... 64, 55, 80, 86
Montgomery, Don ...., .............................. 6 2
Moore, Aloha ........ ..... 6 3, 75, 78, 79, 82
Moore, Ann ....... ..........,..,.. 6 5, 75, 79
Moore, Faye ..,.. ,..,..,...,..,.,.....,,,...... 6 5
Moore, Jimmy ,33s. 3.,,, 4 0, 41, so, 93, 95
Moore, Sharon ,.... ...,...........,....,...... 6 0
Moore, Robert ..... .......... 6 7
Morris, Sandra ,.,. ........ 6 3, 82
Morrison, Rush ...... .... 5 5, 77, 79
Mumford, Jimmy ,.,, ,....,................, 5 8, 89
Murphree, Larry ,.......,. 10, 22, 40, 41, 81
Murphy, Leslie ,..... ........................,,..,. 6 6
Nappier, Ronnie ............,..,. 67, 79
Neelands, Sheila ..... ..., 2 5, 40, 41, 110
Newsome, John .,... ,............. 6 2, 82
Nicholson, Jimmy ..... .,.. 6 3, 79, 82
Norris, Sandra .... .,,......,,.. 5 5
Oakley, Frank 1,,, ...... 6 0, 94
O'Berry, Betty ..... ,.,,, 5 7, 63
Oliver, Cecil .,.., ,,,,,,,,.,.., 5 6
Orr, Charlotte .,..,.. ............,.....,s.,.,,, 6 3, 79
Ouzts, Jack ......,,,,.,,.,................... 65, 66, 82
Overstreet, Charles ,.,, ll, 56, 80, 86, 89, 96
Overton, Rusty ,..,...,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,, 60, 63, 82
Page, Levona ,.... ,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 6
Palmer, Sallie ,..,,. ,,,,, 5 6, 79
Parker, Gene ,.,.,.. ,,,,, 4 0, 41
Parker, Judith .,... ,1...,,. .,1,, 5 6 , 77
Paxton, Pat ,....1,..,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 61
Payne, Richard ..,,,.., 56, 76, 77, 78, 80, 86
Pentecost, Elaine ......,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,., ,,,,, 6 0, 78
Pentecost, ,Glenn .... ..... 5 6, 86
ST DE TI DEX
Perry, Arthur 1 1 1111 1 11 66, 79
Peterson, Linda 56, 76, 78, 82, 91
Peterson, Patti v...,,,.V, .,,, ,,V,,.,, 5 B , 76, 83
Peterson, Richard .....,.
Phillips, Jack 1
Pitts, Barry ,,,,
Poarch, Howard ,,..
Poteet, Robert 111
Preetorius, Jerome 1
Prescott, Cap 1 1
Prescott, Walter 11 11
Printup, Bub 1 11
Price, Norman 11
Priestley, Jerry 11
Quinn, Harvey 1 ,.,, 1
Quinn, jane 1 1
Ramsey, jack 11
Rape, james ,,,,,
Rape, Kathleen 11 1
Ray, Carl 11
Redd, Tony ..... 1
Reddic, Buddy ,,,,
Reddic, Lynda 11
Reese, Elsie 11 11 1
Reutter, Betsy .1
Rhoden, Leroy ,,,,, 11
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1 1 1 1 11,111111 111 56
Rich, Mary Frances 111111 111111 5 6, 77, 78, 79
Richards, Jerry 1111111111
Robinson, joe 1
Rogers, Mary Ann 1
Ross, Bennie 1 1111111 1
1 1111 65, 79
Rucker, David 11111111 1 111111111111 11 61, 82
Ryan, Margaret Mae 1 42, 43, 75, 77, 78
Salter, Mickey 111
Samples, Phyllis 1 11
Samples, John 111
Sanders, Ann 1
Sanders, Thomas 1
Saunders, Betty 1
Self, Bill 11111 1
Shaw, George 1111
11 56, 89, 93
1 42, 45, so, 92, 96
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1 60, sz, 89
59, 76, 79,
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1 54, 56, so,
Sheridan, Dick 1
Sheridan, Kay 1111 .11111
Sherrill, Judy 111111.1..11111
Sikes, Lee 1 1 11 ll,
Sikes, Marguerite 1111... 8,
Simmons, Henry 1111
Simril, Jerrie 11111
Sloan, Don 11111
Smith, Celia 1 11111 1
Smith, Howard 1
Smith, Lee .188.8.131.52.11 1. 23,
Smith, Lowell 11111111111111111
54, 56, sz, s9, 92
zz, 44, 45, 77, 81
10, 12, 44, 45, 72
77, s1, 108, 113
44, 45, s6, ss
1111 62, 64
1 11 56, 91
24, 46, 47, 75, 107
46, 47, 101, 115
Smith, Regergia 11111 11111111111 11.111111 6 5
Smith, Sylvia 11111 1111 6 5
Smith, William 111.1. 1 ....1 111111 1 1 11111 1 11111 11111111 1 1 89
Spence, Steve 111. 46, 47, 80, 81, 86, 88, 94
Spires, Miriam 11..11..1,1.1.1..............1111111 46, 47
Sports, Gail 111.1. 11, 46, 47, 75, s1, 97, 107
Stahl, Lloyd 11111111111 1111 11111111111111111111111 6 7 , 79
Stamps, Ben 111111111
Stephens, Adrian 11111
Stephens, Ann .111
11 1111111 ss
Stevens, Billy ,11,111,....1..111,.11.111111111111111111 11 64
Stewart, Pat 11111111.1 56,
Stokes, Jimmy 1111 111111
Story, Brenda 1111
Strom, Betty jo 1111
Storm, Elaine 1.1.....
Strother, Donna 11 ....
Sullivan, Elizabeth 1111
Sumerau, Louis 111111
Summers, Wesley 1111
Sumner, Kay 11111111
Swalford, Terry 11111
Swearingen, Jerry 111111
77, 7s, 79, 81, 97
23, 56, 78, 91, 97
Talbert, Betty 111111 11111 11 64, 82
Taylor, Dan 1 1111111 11111111111111. 1 0, 48, 49, 81
Templeton, Martha 11157, 61, 76, 80, 90, 97
Tennant, Jeff 1111 11 1 11111111111111111111111,1,1 1 56, 77
Theus, Wyatt 1111111111111111111111,,,1,1,1 11111 1111111 5 9
Thomas, Ruby 11 9, 48, 49, 74, s1, 11,3
Thompson, Buck .11111111111111111111111111,1111 64, 89
Thompson, Gary 11111 ,,1111,111 5 6
Thompson, Willie Jo 1111 11111 1 11 11111 61, 95
Thurmond, Rodney 1111111,11111111111111111111 58, 82
Thurmond, Betsy 1111.111.. 66, 76, 79, 91, 97
Tichnell, Norma 1 1 11111111111 1 11111 48, 49
Tichnell, Norman 11111 11111 6 2, 78
Tidwell, Ken 11111 11111111111111111111111111111111 4 s, 49
Timmerman, Pat 1111.. 8, ll, 48, 49, 80, 76
77, s1, s6, 87, 105, 109
Tollette, Clovis 111,111,,.1,11111111111111111111,,,,1,,,,11, 65
Traylor, Tommy 11111
Turner, Becky 1111111
Twelkemeier, Gary 1111
Twelkemeier, Sue 111111
Twiggs, Alice 1 111111 1
Tyler, Malcolm 1111.11111 1 .1.11111,111111111,,,,1,111 1111 6 0
Tyre, Janet 1 .1.111111 48, 49, 74, 90, 97, 104
Ulmer, Dick 1111 79, sz, s9, 95, 95
Vaughn, Harriet 1111
Wadford, Tessa 111111
Walden, Elizabeth 111.1 .1111.111
Walden, Leon .111
Walker, Mary 1111
Walters, Robert 111111
54, 56, so, s6, 87,
Walton, Jackson ..111
Washington, C. B. 9, 50, 51, 7
Waters, Eunice 111111111111 1111111 ,,11111,11111,1 1 1 1111 1
Watkins, Patsy 11111
Webb, Mimi 111111
Welch, Peggy 1 1
Wells, Doris 111111
9, 50, 51, 75,
s1, 106, 113
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56, 74, 77, so,
56, 77, so, s6,
11, 24, 25, 50,
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West, Paul 11111,.. 1111
Whatley, Robert 1111
Whelchel, George 11
Whitlaw, Joyce 11111
Whitlaw, Ronald 11111
Wiggins, Nolan 1..1
Williams, Charlie 1111
Williams, Erin 1 1 .111111 6,
Williams, Mary jo 11
Sara 11 1111 11
William, Tommy E. 1
Willingham, Allen .1
Willson, Marsha Ann
Wilson, Jane .111111 11
Winburn, Charles 11
Wise, Linda .11.1.1. 5 4,
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Witt, Watson .1.11
Wolfe, Patsy 111111
Wood, jack 11111111 1
Woodward, Bill 11
Woodruff, Edward 11
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Wright, Darnell 111111
Wright, Doug 1111 1 24, 50, 51, 77, 80, 6
Wright, Edward 11111 1
Wycoff, Bette 1111 1
s7, 102, 111
Yost, Sandra 111111111111 111,
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