North Augusta High School - Sandspurs Yearbook (North Augusta, SC)

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Z 0 fW,7!,,,!, ?w,!, X f f if f ff ZQ 7 af 9 Wifi ff ,X , 1 , 't 1 , ,fe 1 it 1 ff ' - ' ,, " ff l 1 ,, . - "agar Q 1" 52 f V ,, K Wlfwf , f 4 X XZ W ff A! f W Q 1 7,2 Aff , 0 X 'W , ,, , , ,, X f f , 1 ,' ,' yf , ,, ,W X W 'Jiffy W 1 . ' The Roman Banquet was a success. School Life . . . Edit0r's Note . . . Trustees ...... CHAPTER I-PEOPLE Administration ................ . Facility-Work in the Classroom Seniors ..................... . . . Juniors ..... Sophomores . . . CHAPTER II-ACTIVITIES Szzndspzzrs Staff ......... Yellow jacket . . . Student Council . . Beta Club ...... Band ........ Cheerleaders .. Majorettes ...... Future Teachers . . Bus Drivers ..... Comwolei Club .,.. Le Cercle Francais . . . M.H.A. ......... . F.H.A. ........... . Student Activities CHAPTER III-ATHLETICS Football ................. Basketball . . . Track . . . Baseball . . . . . . . Intramurals ........... Review of the Season .... CHAPTER IV-FEATURES Formal Superlatives ...... Informal Superlatives .... Outstanding Graduates . . lfflighlighrs of the Year . . . CHAPTER V-ADVERTISING 5 6 12 13 16 18 25 66 70 80 83 84 85 86 87 87 88 88 89 89 90 90 91 94 98 101 102 105 104 108 114 116 118 122 f Nvi f :fe xy.. Q. . ut. 1 X Q st 1 sf ,ss X si,Atw. ., X , wx .i 5 . x X X59 X T xx Nix sg? X X X X fs 1S,iie S . s DEDICATION For her inhnite patience, her Willingness to help, her sweet disposition, and her capable guidance in helping us to present our Junior Play, we the seniors of 1959, wholeheartedly Wish to dedicate this thirty-first volume of Sil1ItfSpIll'S to Miss Lenna V. Morrow. 5 rl Pi Joyce Lowe cmcts out the sleepwolking scene from MocBefh. wfmwlt W . M ,WA xx Q ,ww i Weak fgff oil, Us. i3'Q5' 3,1 I 4: A Q, X....,,...... ...,,,. , i eee X xx Z Billie Ann Davis, Rusty Overton, and Mary Lee Burkhalter make oxygen Judy Herring and Wanda Corley improve their French by las in the chemistry lab. tening to records. Through Work in the classroom the characters in the story of North Augusta High gained valuable training. The future chemist, business woman, and French interpreter secured foundations in their fields. Wfhethcr portraying scenes from NIt1L'Bt'ILZ7 or quietly studying in the library, the students were constantly acquiring useful knowledge. Malcolm Judkins, Ann Sanders, and Rush Morrison take the State Algebro Exam. Sandra Hatcher, Bootsie Robinson, and Celia Smith toke dictation from Miss Lowrence. Sora Jones studies in the librar Y i ffl 1 .4 .A v i CLASSES PROVIDE THE TRAINING FOR THE CHARACTERS . . EXT? RICULAR ACTIVITIES... 2 ,S , if 4 L fi. ,' 4 f 1 f M. , .4 . If f.. gf I I f 2 , z 5 The Junior Play Cast had The Juniors prepared football programs and pom-poms to help finance the Junior-Senior. A... .ludy Herring, Marsha Metts, Ellen Keane, Kay McMahon, and listen to the representative from Furman on College Day. WWW ,fn .jmw w mm X '15 f f , ff 4, ,W X ff X 0 C 1 f 1451 7 Ad X ,V r 5 ' y ,f ff W in Z f 2 " E jar WV' 4' i '1i?E2'32"'5"" 'W' fun presenting their play, "Finders Creepers." By p.1rticip.1ting in the extr.i-curricular activities, the students at North Augusta High developed their talents and leadership. College Day qsponsored by the Beta Clubl, enables Seniors to make one of the important decisions of their lives. Two leading iuniors attended Boys, and Girls' State. Through splendid class co-operation, funds were raised to finance the junior-Senior Banquet .ind Dance. gs Donna Strother 7 L If I as , I ds' r' I 'Q A W s I After the Senior Beta Club members initiated the new members, they had refreshments at Ann HaskeII's. wi ,ga 92 a "5iKh,5?1-lla gf f- in 5 - RfXE:1?X?34zS5f3 ,As-im...1,a, -.si ,ggf FAS- , Brenda Williams and Dick Sheridan leave for Girls' and Boys' State in Columbia, S. C. HELP THE CHARACTERS ACQUIRE LEADERSHIP . . WW E! f Th e Senior Betas had a great 3 f QW?" W Z MY! Vf rf! xxx QNGS... pad y after initiating the new members my . N, Q I -Z? ,i' I . I 5 EWNW' 'Wil III! 1 I e I l Everyone enioyed themselves at the homecoming dance. dance. French students enjoy themselves at the Mardi Gras. K -, .. f5 .. - -,cf +y7.:?y.71,i5:f 2 ,L,6v.Q..g.5tvg,ggyjtf'H C if 'Z Q fi 'WW5 i T w7 ,E 3 f 4 Y- Xi GS, , guests danced on the lawn of a Southern plantation. At the annual trophies. Football Banquet several players M ,, yy, ,,W,,. V 'V -qw! X Wwifmiiasu' 2 2 ,ff . 5 g...,,, , V 3 , z wif 6' X y . E M 9 N- Y.. 3-if , Q, . . .M . ' spar may 7- X ' Mi" i- wx? 1q,,.. ss I 4 I.:-A V -' V imxevidicm Y f Q MQ X'-f, fs ' R: .,. .5:..:f,,sttg w 'WX t . A X h XX X WN sssxx it sX,s -4? iii ,gs ig, -wfirfgs. if , . Vt s:1gz5s.'bf ' BML' l 1 X -ig 4 Xpsi ss ff 1 X . - NNQZHQQ, s,XX .. .W , s. 29? 7 . Q at N s-me K , s sa si. , ja TE "W".ts-wwf -:aff,.s.::ef'Yif3f 4 ', 'ff influence prevailed at the annual Roman Banquet held True Latin by the Latin students. an . sg MAKE THE STORY MORE ENJOYABLE . ii Juniors and Seniors take part in the grand march at the Junior-Senior The characters in this story had fun also. During the football season homecoming was celebrated with .1 dance and the players were honored with .1 banquet. All foreign language students enjoyed mak- ing costumes for the annual Roman banquet and French Mardi Gras. The social gatherings were climaxed by the Junior-Senior, where the were awarded E I 1 2.1 y 'vs ,fn xi JUDY Y V BRENDA EDITORS NOTE . .. In 411qIL1 111 QILPILI LIg.11Ix lI1L LI.1x In nI.11' IIIL' nl IIIL NIIIIILIII lumix IIIAI IIQIIIIX ll . . . IXIUVII1 !X11gL1st.1, lI14'sI.1II ul 1I1v I'l3'JS11111fxf1111x lUI'L'SL'lIIN II1L 31011 UI INIJX. 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Let me urge you not to allow the passing of time to cause these fine dreams to grow dim, remembering that life is not like a brief candle, but a splendid torch which you are to hold for the present and make it burn as brightly as possible, before handing it on to others who will take your place. Oliver Windell Holmes once said, "The human race is divided into two classes, those who go ahead and do things and those who sit around and inquire, 'Why was it not done the other way?' U The world seldom rewards those who do nothing but End fault. It is my hope that you may all strive to live a life of service and helpfulness, always being eager to help lighten the load of others, bearing a testimony by deeds as well as words, of your vision of a glorious future. fad ,WZ X ZTXZQ MR. JOHNNY MCELMURRAY, MR. WILLIAM FALLAW, MR. J. MARION ADAMS, MR. G. B. COCHRAN, MR. HAMMOND BURKHALTER umumuuaqunhhh--1-pmqgg fwffvww KISS Chapter I ,, -WNNMX . Q Ifflll, ' ,ASW HFRMNQPKU Sr .,,. t,,,,,.?f"fQ73:Z:.:,. wawfmwrxw -.. E--. XGYS D X3 ai' 35 Y .f-fray' Z J, fsi .. Z .1 The students and teachers make up the First Chapter of the book, for these are truly the main characters. Here the students are seen leaving school after a successful day of student-teacher cooperation. kia X , X MW tw ,Wim W Q-W www, me WW .1 :L- M ?w if f M22 km sw ,N X xf 'N 1 X 1 4 fy rv ,L fi f, YW s 'f K NM ' I :FX 9 A Q7 af""'w.f, fm sl t W ,sm While Mr. Paul Knox has been superinten- dent of the schools of Area 6, there has been Ll large influx of population Caused by the erection of the near-by H-Bomb materials plant. This brought many educational prob- Iems leading to the Construction of ten new school buildings. ,pw Q M um , I -'P+ Aww e t V , D QQX, A-FW "ii: is By long-range planning, thorough study of administrative problems, and by using in- finite Wisdom, Mr. Knox has been largely re- sponsible for the continued improvement of the educational ligieilities in this urea. This school system will remain n monument to his efforts. AREA SUPENINTENDENT MR. PAUL KNOX Ili THE PRINCIPAL MR. S. E. STILLWELL A Wise leader, a capable administrator, a just principal, and a loyal friend-these Words describe Mr. S. E. Stillwell, the principal of the North Augusta Senior High. To him the Senior Class Wishes to express its appreciation for his efficient administration of the school. 1 Because of his Wise guidance the seniors will be better citizens of the near t0I1101'1'OW. His skilled counseling has aided the student body in Working together successfully, thereby mak- ing a more outstanding high school. l.........T-fa 6 X ,-mid ' ay.. - S 1 ,, . f M 4' T- ec F g i V f , 4 ,,--.fi , ,- f 1 'ks .' ,zum T 0 1 S We, " f t' 1- 'JK' s s 9, fl' . -. + t w sl '1iz2'- 5 Y P4 ntl I6 , 1 I M l if, I .m e W M Mffffl 5 Mrs. Murphy opproves Betty Jo Strom's cmd Corey MilIer's L ..,,, f y, books for extrci reading. ,Urr,, My ,,,,,, , H , ,rr, A V Maj V, VV W Y Mciryci Moseley tinds thot diogromming is simple with Miss Todd's instructions. ENGLISH COURSES VITAL TO ALL STUDENTS AT NORTH AUGUSTA The English program, in preparing students for a creative and responsible life in a democracy, is of paramount important in the North Augusta Senior High School. Through instruction in the language arts, the teachers seeks to train students to think clearly, speak correctly and vividly, write intelligibly, listen appreciatively, and read with comprehension. Much attention is given to the use of books and the library. Students gain an 5 appreciation of literature by studying some of the great master- s "'-' mv- pieces: Silflt Mai'm'r, Ilzlizls C0l"SHI', I Thi, Rim, of fbi, A,,m,,,f Mm.jm,,,, Donno Strother, Jimmy Donsby, ond Jeff Tennant record l i and Mz1c'f2r'ff1 Une of the highlights Speeches with Miss Morrowis help- Q of the senior year is the unit in poetry in which each student is re- quired to write an original poem. Every eitort is made to teach the stu- T dents hosv to speak, read, and write correctly because facility in the use of the English language contributes more toward a persons success than T any other slsill developed in high se lifml. Miss Frances Todd 1,1 4, , if me 2 'V fi. T gd M 11 I ' M v T M 1 - , s sag .fury t . Miss Clork exploins troublesome verbs to Sonny Phoil ond Mrs. Elizabeth Murphy Miss Lenno Morrow Miss Jenn Clark Joyce Sims. lN Miss Lois Greene Mr, Jim Buigf ,Mr. Buist explains a physics experiment to Glen Pentecost, Brenda kBarton, and Bill Alexander. e'FOREIGN LANGUAGE - THE OPEN DOOR TO A GREAT WORLD Foreign language classes play a vital part in the curriculum of the school. The sophomore students study the history and customs of Rome. Derivative notebooks kept by Latin students aid in in- creasing their vocabulary. Quiz programs are used to sharpen the , . gstudent s knowledge of Roman history, mythology, and everyday lliving. Juniors and seniors read the Frenchmunis way of life. Plsearning to conjugate verbs and working on the tricks of French Izgrammar keep the French students busy. Mrs. Godfrey leads French students in singing Frere Jacques. I .1 I STUDY OF SCIENCE PREPARES FOUNDATION SCIENTIFIC FIELD Examining bacteria and pnlxisites under .1 microscope .ind naming the parts of Q1 frog or fish, which has been soaked in formaldehyde, .ire some of the activities done by sophomore biology students. gluniors and seniors receive L1 basic knowledge of chemistry and physics by learning the fundamentals in the classroom and proving them in the laboratory. These courses not only take up practical problems but also provide the necessary theoretical background for college work. Feeding the fish is a daily iob for Bill Blakely and Lloyd Fowler as they help Miss Greene in the Biology lab. "The Latin projects are to come from these pages," Mrs. Brown tells Rachel Smith, Janice Wells, Paul Hyer, and Jimmy Turner. Mrs. Elizabeth Godfrey Mrs. Sandra Brown N' situ, . fffkm 1, Z .. ' " 5 f C. i' N is I - , My ,V 9 ss. s - - . R ' ' .5 , "2 Q '- ,- M , , V M Mr. Lindler discusses ci geometric construction with Jeanette Boynhom and Jimmy Mumford. MATHEMATICS . . . FROM SIMPLE PROBLEMS TO HARDEST COURSES "You canit add cats and dogsn is the motto of the algebra classes. XVith determination, study, and hard Work, the student masters exponents, factors, literal numbers, coefticients and formulas. Most plane geometry students are challenged to learn the theorems, postulates, and axioms and then use them properly. Seniors who study trigonometry might be confused by sines, cosines .ind tangents except for the excellent guidance of the teachers. These courses are quite important for the future engineers and scientists, as well as all who plan to go to college. Mathematics has increased in importance. To compete with foreign countries in the race for the moon, the citizen of to- morrow must possess gi vast knowledge of mathematics. t Nh Miss Nancy Lawrence Mr. Lowe explains a difticult diagram to Dick Sheridan while Lanny Montgomery and Bob Mc- Mff Eldon Lowe Farland work intently to finish their drawings. VOCATIONAL TRAINING VALUABLE IN CHOOSING CAREERS Sounds of machinery and construction rise from the shop classes. Once or twice a year the boys display with pride their handiwork. The projects vary from Inoolscases to tables and chairs. The beautiful large sketches of angles, lines. and design seen in room seven reflect long hours of hard work by the mechanical drawing classes. The instructions received there will be of great value to the future engineers and draftsmen. Commercial stu- dents acquire expert skill in typewriting, shorthand, and hook- keeping. By using modern equipment, they gain practice in business methods. These courses help prepare them for secretarial and accounting careers. ,:q, wg. . 1 4 .K i . . . Andrew Johnson, Rusty McClain, and Leonard Drummond complete their first shop projects. Bub Prescott, Miss Lawrence, Marsha Metts 'the Yellow Jacket. and Doris Wells run off the first edition of x 'Qt , UK I I 'Q W I 0 if .Mm Ellen Keane, Billy Sarrcitt, and Bub Printup get tinoil instructions for the Economics exam. SOCIAL STUDIES MAKE BETTER CITIZENS FOR TOMORROW'S WORLD "XVhen was Thomas Jefferson president?" "Who signed the Declaration of Independence? These questions and many others are answered every day in American history classes. The students use the reference books in the library to get additional information about famous men, places, and historical events. From the dis- covery of America to modern times is diligently studied. In Democracy the students gain a better understanding of the branches of the government and their functions. The study of Wo1'ld History leads them to appreciate the historical background of present world problems and should help them to see m0rC clearly America's role in World affairs. Mrs. Croxton exploins to Jock Follow ond Gerry Ferguson F9 quirements for Their American History notebooks. ,,,N,,,Mf,Wff1W Judy Little ond Kciy Florie work to Hnish their outfits in time tor the Home Economics tcushion show. LIBRARY I The library is .1 quiet place and has a - P A . tricndly atmosphere. It is always available it for research worlx and studying. There are iff 'S "' many conveniences in the library, such as the - card catalog for tindinig books and authors Y needed, magazines on current events, referf ence books, and the local .intl state news- papers. There are rows .ind rows ot good boolss 'I:Ol' 1'L'I:Cl'Cl1CC, l3O0IQ VCPOITS, Ol' fOl' be 2 ' 1 yi if if ' Miss Susan Jones leisure reading. Ifach student can be proud of the library. The librarian and her assist- ants work hard to malxe it one of the most important spots in school. W f ME is "You will stand here." Mr. Bouknight shows Lyndon Wrighl, MOYY Frcinces Rich, cmd Tony Redd their plcices for halt time. HOME ECONOMICS New styles. recipes, and ways to malte housework easier are some of the subjects learned in home economics classes. After the girls malce attractive clothes, they present .1 style show to an appreciative audience. ln the third-year class advanced sewing, cooking and home-life problems are studied. Home economics students who are members of the FHA enjoyed attending the State Ifair in Columbia, Where a joint meeting of the Future Homemakers and the Future Iiarmers of South Carolina was held. By observing the various exhibits concerning home-making and agriculture, much information was acquired. Wsswsw 'L . X in 1' Ft av' 1-I Miss Sylvia Bryant 1 Miss Jones exploins the use ot the cord cotolog in the Iibrciry to Dot Sounders ond Soroh Trimmier. BAND REQUIRES PRACTICE Mr. Hcirry Bouknight Appreciation of various types of music -whether it is classical, jazzy, or jus rock 'n' roll-is a INUSI for band students Everyday during first, second, and thiid periods one can hear musicians practicing diligently, preparing tor pep rallies, con certs, parades, and many other programs By attending football games and present ing enjoyable halftime programs, the band adds Z1 great deal of pep and enthusiasm for the team and its loyal fans. Preparing selections for the District and State Music contests requires long hours of practice All of this activity is interesting and profitable to those who are talented in music. 23 PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM KEEPS STUDENTS TRIM. Nr . Ktf' Mr. Calhoun Gault ff 1 40' 42: 2 Q P 5' 1 6 iw . . , 4. yy , , 61 4 I , X fgff 2 .,,f 47 . 5 141 I , .1 f bw," , ' ffofwi, f -Z, Q1 ' Miss Qlmgmonde Evans Miss Evans demonstrates correct posture to the girls' P.E. class. "Are you going to dress out?', is 1 question often heard from the students in gym classes. The students psrtieipgite in all phases of sports: baseball, football, basketball and tennis. On alterngte days ht-.tlth classes repl.1ee the usual rough and tumble period. During this time the students mafter the .Irt of applying first aid and also study the prevention and cure of eommon di ea es. The instructors of physical education stress the importance of physical htnes, good sportsmanship and team- work. Through ealisthtnics, less strenuous games, and :easonal sports thc classes develop these quglities in the well-cooI'din.Ited program tit North Augusta. LUNCHROOM SUPERVISOR . It means so lULlCl1 to the lTe.ilth .Ind well being of everyone t0 lT.1ve nourishing, well pl'Cp.1I'CLl meals .tt school. Hours of planning .md prep.1r.ItiI I1 by Mrs. Hope .intl her .tssistants m.Ilie this p0sSiblC- Mr. Gault referees the match between Raymond Brewer and Benny Ross. Mrs. Hope always plans attractive and appetizing meCllS- ,f wi WW' i . t Mrs. Jones distributes the daily mail to the teachers' boxes. f SECRETARY . . 'f 1 lhe othee .it North ALI- gLISl.1 High would be lilie .I X I 5 home without .1 mother Il' Mrs. .lanes were not there. s l5t'e.1LIse slle is .1 I'e.ll l-I'lL'l1Ll ltr itll, students ,lllLl ltuieliers . ,Mu .ililce eoultl not do willtoul 'il her ellieient help, ' s 331 ' S :Q L -. R 5 . I, I 1,-1 -V fl X' il 'Sw I - ssx l V -J 1 M- R lf' , v A -,-, ,,.. . .. K ' I flfssstesutt I It fl Y x A W LI".?" 1 L ' af hs A A Q IA V - i I ., 4 Slam egg Ls.. X I fn HUGH . . . BILL . . . DICK . . . BARRY SENIOR OFFICERS LED THE CLASS OF I959 O F F I C E R S DICK SHERIDAN , ' . PI'l'XftI,t'1If BARRY PITTS . . 5 Htfym BILL SELF . . . Lili?-Pl'l'SitIIt'IIf HUGH COOK . T, I ,,,,, U i Q.1 I i i , A we g Y l i , X i 4 ,M 1' ,. l l l I 6 W A fu, ff -WWW.. , BETSY Y , LEVONA MARSHA RiCHARD BUDDY CLEVER FEATURE WRITERS SPARK CLASS DAY PROGRAM LEVONA PAQE , BI,-XRSHA BTETT5 . RICHARD PAYNE . BFQDDY REDDIC . BETSY REVTTER . . There'S now no more anticipation The time is here-graduatifin. The Seniors march forth fine by fine Qur days in NA High are dune. Yes. new the time has come tri leave Vive never thought their we writlld grieve, But as we slowly walk away. We Seem to think tif yesterdm' Of leswns learned and friends we made Of teachers dear vslio gave their aid. The htiurS we Spent cheering the teams XY'ill ever eehii in nur dreams. . Poe! pI'0f?f76f l,r7Zl'Y1 er 1.41115 ez HfYffll'jtIlI GRADUATION YM, tliiitigli theSe thingx we le.ixRe li , . i YX tlearei' plaee we ll never nntl, lillW.iS here we le.ii'netl tu meet e.1eh lhiiitiiiletl l-.lllLII'C, fiitintl Ruggexs. 'XX SUIIIUIN INIXX' XYL' L'll7NL' TllL'NC klUUl'9 l HI' UN llltj XX'lll1ipe-11 1115 11101-C J lztll l7t'l'e lblll' l1t'1I'lS liirexei' XX iilil iiilie -itillx iii' Nui-ili JXLIQLISYJ ehintl. lvl' Iliix will lw iitil' Clbl'l1Ql'NIUI'1C, The 1iL.ll'LlL'I'l where the Seetlx were smvn. teSt Nnntl it .ill we lL'.ll'I1Ctl tii .islx l'le-iw. lwil. tlii etiitle tix in e.ieh t.1SlR. High. Ii x ox.-x Pxc Cifirxi ,- Prlef 5 Q STCRY OF THE CLASS OF '59 1.and of Hope and Clory-the final words, in the story of every graduating class at North Augusta High. ln 1959 as the seniors heard the strains of the familiar hymn, they felt a sym- pathetic bond with all those who had graduated before them. At last they knew how it felt to be graduating, to be able to look back over the past four years and fondly reminisce-dances, club projects, thrilling football games, and other athletic events. The History of the Class of '59 reyiews those four chapters of their high school careers. CHAPTER l ln September 1955, 188 freshmen entered the strange, new world of high school, a world dominated by upperclassmen. They felt bewildered and out of place at Hrst in spite of the seniors' efforts to make them feel welcome. Obeying the seniors' decree, freshmen girls wore jeans and men's shirts, inside out and back- wards, gaudy ties, ribbons on their toes, and green toothpaste on their faces. The boys were the last belt-line initiates at N.A. Adjusting quickly, the freshmen began to take pride in their school. To cheer the undefeated football team, they elected linda XVise and Billy Sarratt. Leaders of the freshman class were John Douglas, president, Linda Burnside, vice-president: Ann Haskell, secretary: Lanny Montgomery, treasurer. CHAPTER II As sophomores the intangible ties of loyalty and school spirit bound them closer together and made them an integral part of .the school. Class officers were John Douglas, president, Linda Burnside, yice-president: Linda Wise, secretary, Bill Self, treasurer. Kay McMahan was Student Council secretary. Cheerleaders elected were Brenda Wlilliams and Linda Wlise. They showed such pep that they were chosen again during the two subsequent years. CHAPTER 111 ln 1957 they enjoyed the many junior activities. W'hen they elected officers they tried to select hard workers who could handle the many jobs to be done for the Junior Play and the Junior- Senior. These were: John Douglas, president: Bill Self, WCC- presidentg Linda Wfise, secretary: and Dick Sheridan, treasurer. Brenda Williams was vice-president of Student Council. The Yellow flicker, the junior class newspaper, was edited by Pat Stewart, business manager was Judith Herring. Chosen repre- sentatiyes to Boys' and Girls' State were Dick Sheridan and Brenda Wfilliams. Students with the highest averages-Ann Has- kell, Judy Herring, Malcolm Judkins, Pat Stewart, Marsha Metts. Betsy Reutter, Rush Morrison, and liay MeMahan-were hon- ored as Junior Marshals. Cast members of "Finders Creepers" were lfddie lfpps, Cary Brown, Charlotte Law, Joyce Ann Lowe, Jean Bradley, Kenny Jones, Judy Little, Barbara Baxley, Jimmy Hutehingson, Jerry Sailors, Leon Jenkins, Richard Payne, Ann Haskell, Sallie Palmer, and Barry Pitts. A successful play made possible the memorable Junior-Senior. Southern belles and southern gentlemen danced in a picturesque plantation setting. The junior year was almost completed. CHAPTER IV September 1958. X"i'ere they really seniors? They eouldn't bc- lieye it until they found themselyes initiating underclassmen. Then on September zsrh class rings linally ariiyed. Yes, seniors at lastl Pep rallies, assemblies, club meetings, and class actiyities took on special meaning as the seniors enjoyed them for the last time. Betty Kilby was elected the third senior cheerleader. lfre- quent senior class meetings were presided oyer by Dick Sheridan, president: Bill Self, vice presidentg Barry Pitts, secretary: Hugh Cook, treasurer. John Douglas efliciently headed up Student Council. Viewing N. A.'s athletic record, the seniors felt great pride. The fame of their football team had spread through the South. ln four years of high school, they had seen their team lose only once-and then by one insignificant point. Dick Day represented N. A. at the Shrine Bowl and received honorable mention for the All-American Team. Linda Wfise ruled oyer the Homecoming game. St1l1f1'Slh1zi's was edited by Judy Herring and the staff with the aid of Miss Todd, advisor, The Senior Class and the faculty awarded the DAR award to Judy Herring. King Teen was Dick Sheridan. Judy Herring was elected Miss Hi Miss on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character, and personal attractiveness. Yaledictorian was Ann Haskell: saluditorian, Malcolm Judkins. ln June 1959, the ultimate goal was reached. At commence- ment, memories filled the minds and hearts of the seniors. Look- ing around them, they realized that this would probably be the last time they would all be together. They thought of the teachers whose loye and inspired guidance would go with them as they entered adulthood. They thought of the future . . . what it would hold . . . Land of Hope and Clory, Father of Mankind, Lord who made thee mighty, Make thee mighti-:r yet. BETSY REUTTER Class Historian '59 - lx I 1 ,, i g q,,,.Q,.A.,A.,..,. i 2. Egc X1 ,K 1 1 Ml SEYIER ALEXANDER 1 1 1 ttitnre . . . Interested in science ,Pnrts win his f.11'or over girls . , 1,1 .11 1 XX'C.l1'lI'lg .1 smile . . . Witty I H l inn in el.1sses. MICHAEL ANDREXVS A quiet manner but always ready with .1 friendly hello . . . Very interested in ears . . . Girls .ire the least of his worries. 4'6" :AY 1, BRENDA LEP BARTON Y X i fr i, J 1 . ROSS xIlil5l5 BELL Sli.-XNl l"Y lflUG:XR BEYERLY ,X little Np.1l'li but .1 big fl.1n1t f... Perlxy Hdppy WV, oftl1etin1t '... llirlx w.11'1 Serious .ilwout one tliing Ollll '-" EN personality '... Pretty eomplexion .intl l1.1ii '... l'l.1ICx books . . . lilies girls . . , going . . . l"xpressi1'e brown eyei . - - eyes . . , Gentle ,intl sweet. .'Xlw.11s willing to lentl .1 lielping l1.1ntl. CXRULYN ,llf.'XNlNl l'mlYl"NS Rebel witli .1 l.lI1l'iL'L'.lCL'L'I1l . . . Nl.1 fl'iCI'ltls t'.lNllX lixt 1 . . . L 't'llt'l1IstLltlCl1l .. Qi0I'ge0Lls liliek etirv . ' .... . liigli ntirla XI:XRCf.-Xlilfili .XXX lllL'.Nll'i liltes tn CLIE np in sttlitml X N t . g 'i'. LlI'ltlk'I'Nl.1I1Llll1 . . . ller winning w.11x 3 5 IIL llllkl lu ILI "X st . . , lir1i111s.1 gtvivtl time. 'A' Nh, ffmnf Never seeins to l1.11'e .1 WOVVY - lllC.'lN.lI1I n1.1nne1's. 1 A ZX 'I 4 F1 fa ,X fi Sfonley, Morgoret, Michael, Bill, Carolyn, Ross, ond Brenda enjoy ci gome of Tennis. THE SENIORS ' 1959 BEGAN THEIR FINAL YEAR WITH ENTHUSIASM WILLIAM SEVIER ALEXANDER Football '57, '58, '59, Basketball '57, '58, '59, Junior-Senior Deco- ration Committee '58, Block Letter Club '58, '59. I MICHAEL ANDREWS 4 4-H Club '56, '57, Bus Driver '58, '59. I BRENDA LEE BARTON J ,l.H.A. '56, '57, Girls' Chorus '57, Junior-Senior Decoration Com- r mittee '58, Beta Club '58, '59. I7 ROSS JEFF BELL I North Augusta High School '59. STANLEY EDGAR BEVERLY Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '58, CAROLYN JEANINE BIVENS North Augusta High: '56, '57, Future Teachers '56, '57, Scholastic Honor Roll '56, '57, Girls' Chorus '57, Ycllou Iizckvf Salesman '59, Typist '59, SaI1tIlspIII'5 Typist '59. Blaclenburg High: Homeroom Princess '53, Student Teacher '5S. MARGARET ANN BLUME Columbia High School: Library Assistant '56, E.B.L.A. '56, '57, Boosters Club '56, Mixed Chorus '56, '57, E.T.A. '56, '57, Home- coming Sponsor '57. North Augusta High: E.T.A, '58, '59, Junior- Senior Theme Committee '58, Decoration Committee '58, Enter- tainment Committee '5S, Mixed Chorus '58, Homecoming Sponsor '59, Yellow jackef Typist '59, Sandspurs Typist '59. 9 A Q ,.,, 7- 7 E W 4 Z ' ff Q! mi 53" I U - N 5' 'Q Dick, Arthur, Gwen, Charles, Jeon, Ronny, and Jimmy have fun in the snow. THE SENIGRS ' l959 ENJOYED THE sNow, THE HOLIDAYS, AND THE NEW YEAR RONALD BRANCH BOI.'1'ON q',,m,mll,.,. 'cpl gC,.,,L,d M ll..-g,-- 'S-1 lllmiof PIM' Usher '58, hlumor- F00fb-lll '565 '57- 'SHT '59l Affcml-WCC l lU'WV lifrll '56, '57l .lU'WlUl'- Scnior lflnwcr fllTl11IUlllk'L" '53, llomccoming Sponsor '59, Homc- Scnior L,CCOl'rlflf7I1 Committcc '58, llunim' Plny l'I'0lWL'I'llCS Clmnmil- l'U0l11 Shu-L-Ury 'S-7, m'5s,Bl0Qkmm,-QlL1l5'5x,'5v, CHARLES FRANKLIN BOYD lSl'fNNl'f'l'll yRqlC?llAliD IVKROXYN U ' N H B Chorus Foorball '56, '57, '5s, '59, 'lmgll '56, '57, '5x, '5v, lim-I5.1II '55, """"""' "" ' ,' 'X' "" 5""""' """"',' 'O' "" .""' C - . l X A A N A TTT. I , h , ,Fi 50, l3.1slwllv.1ll 515, l5.1wlw.1ll 57, lllI1lUl'-SCINOI'l7CCOlL1fl0lT Om .ILIHIOI-SCUIOI l7CLOI.lIl0l1CJUININIIICL' 574, lflmk l,L'llCI' C.lul1 13, , M x 3 , X' 1. ctl,,li1.n-mn ,59' nullw 55, !XlIcml.111cc l lmmr lxoll 545. 55, llOl'l1Ll00l11 LA ll I '53, ,luniur l'l.1x' l'mIw1'1ics Cmnmillcc '5S: lXSSlSY-mf BUS D""c' JEAN STROM BRADLEY WN. '5", Iilm-lx lr-mu-r Q'lulv '54-, '57, '5S, '50, fXmc1'1can LCgl0n ll.ll.A. '56, '57, Klunior Nl.lllll'L'IlL' '56, Clirlx' Cllmrus '56, '57, 'F-'WI'-'ll '773 Ml" l'l-lW"0l' ll1vNY1'fl5 M'-111l'W Homcroom P1'csif.lcnt '56,StLlrlcl1lCQnL1m'il '57, fjirls' AllTlclic Cllulw '57, Sclwcnl at lr.-Sr. '57, l".T.fX, '5H, '59, l'rcsiTlL-nl '59, lluniw AR'l'lIllli HRYCIC BRYAN . l'l.1y '58, lict.1Cluh '58, '59, Xv'ClCUI11ll1gc,0l1lI1lllIL'L' lor S1'.'5X, Qlllllltll' Scnim' lk-um-.lximm l'mnmiIlcc '53, l'OOll5Jll '59:15uS Driver C,h.1irm.1n ilr.-Sr. l'l'U'Ql'.llN Lumnwittcu '53, IT- clCl'L'lL' l"l'.lIlL'.llN '53, '5", '59, Prcxinlunt '59, l'lwtogr.1plTiu llrlimr of Snfzffxjwnl '30, -lAlX'lI"S Nlfl,SUN l5llRUlf'l"l'll, AIR. I GXVENDOLEIN lVlX'RTLlf BRAGG klllnlm'S1-niur IM-gm',1lim1 C'uml11illcc '5S, tlLlI5l0l' Play Pl'OpCl'UC5 .l.ll.!X. '56, '57, Girls' Arhlrniq C,lul5 '57, lfzmtlvnll I5Lll'lilLIL'l lfoml Clmnlnillcc "5S. fill RONALD BRANCH BOLTON Full of life and pep with an easy man- ner . . . Takes Cl joke like n real guy . . Determined on the football field. CHARLES FRANKLIN BOYD Likes to argue . . . Plain spoken . . Happy-go-lucky . . . Star sprinter . . Look at that boy run . . . Never ap pears to have problems. f uui JEAN STROM BRADLEY Alert and ready to go . . . Loves to talk . . . Will never be Without friends . . . Quick temper, but forgives easily . . Dependable. . yf f S fy GWENDCLXIN NTYRTLE BRAGG Little but loud . . . Very talkative . . . Likes her-Self . . . Her talents are varied . . . Attractive air of sophisti- cation . . . Accepts responsibility . . . Loves to dance. B HV , nat 456 KENNETH RICHARD BRONVN Depth of character . . . Hels one of the main eleven . . . Follows the line of least resistance . . . Big tease . . . Lots of fun. ARTHUR BRYCE BRYAlNl E.1sily recognized by his walk . . . Re- laxed . . . Ardent lover of cars . . . Hot rodder with a bus . . . Books and school repulse him. JAMES NELSON BURDETTE, JR. Science and radio are his two favorite hobbies . . . Shy, but friendly . . . Sure to succeed . . . Wfell-liked by all . . Enthusiastic. Awe ,ve ff'-' We M W f :J W "5-wg? btw, fsrweinf A, 5, ani, A S f .gsm f ,.,.,, LINDA LOUISE BURNSIDE Petite and pretty , . . Golden hair . . . Blue eyes . . . There is never a dull moment when "Little Linda" is around. MARGARET LOUISE BUSSEY Determination and Willingness to help others :ire her finest qualities . . . Short and sweet . . . Look at those long eye- lashes! BARBARA LYNNE BYRD BRUCE CAMPBELL ANGELA NIARIA QARMQN just like her name . . . Flighty, perky, Cannot ever be hurried . . . An interest- The lovely engaged girl . . . Enjoys n and energetic . . . Enjoys life . . , I-las ing person to know . . . A good-looking joke . . .'Re.1llyk knows how to ninke bright eyes . . . Generous and unselhsh senior , . . lmpish . . . A lender in stu- l1JlUl.'JUl'QC1'S .ind sundaes . . . Hope - - - Lifflv -md l0V3blC- dent 3CfiViflC5- Stanley likes them . . . Cheerful. JERRY DOUGLAS CASHNWELL Mischieyous in all Classes . . . NVh.tt would he do without that Ford? , . . Congenial . . . Likes to L.1l'iL'lfL'1Hy . . Unpredicttihle . . .Likes girls. XVILLIAM LAWRENCE Cl-IRISTNIAN 'W' CLJf'l:.1I'lClCI' . . . Willing to do 3 favor """"""""f for .inyone . . . Always thinking of MM Something else besides school . , .W'itty ' . . . Cooperatiye . . . Good stilesnmn. A ttf A. is Angie, Bruce, Borlooro, Bill, Morgoref, Jerry, ond Lindo enioy Cokes offer school. THE SENIORS ' 1959 wAiTED WITH ANTICIPATION Fon THEIR CLASS RINGS LINDA LOUISE BURNSIDE Vice President of Class '56, '57, ,l.H.A. '56, '57, Secretary '56, Vice President '57, Yellow Iavkef Staff '57, Salesman '56, '57g Student Council '56, '57, '58, Junior Play Stage Manager '58, ilr.-Sr. Special Decoration Committee '58, Scholastic Honor Roll '56, '57, '58, Comwolei Club '58, E.T.A. '58, '59q Le Cercle Francais '58, '59, Vice President '59g Beta Club '58, '59q Saflilsjilziw '58, '59: ,lLlUiOl' Editor '58, Salesman '58, Advertising Manager '59, Homecoming Sponsor '59, E.H.A, '59, Treasurer '59, MARGARET LOUISE BUSSEY j.H.A. '56, '57, Girls' Chorus '57, Class Chairman '57, Girls' Athletic Club '57, junior-Senior Place Card Committee '57, Deco- ration Committee '58g Ticket Committee for Junior Play '58: F.T.A. '59, Sl1l71fSflll!'X '59, BARBARA LYNNE BYRD V 1.1-I.A. '56, '57, Girls' Atliletic Association '57, lfield Day at Heplizibab '56, '57, '58, E.I'I.A. '59. BRUCE CAMPBELL Best All Round '56, Football '56, '57, '58, '59, Basketball '56, '57, '58, '59g Student Council '58, -lunior-Senior Decoration Commit- tee '58g Block Letter Club '58, '59g Homeroom President '59, Shir Player of tlie Wfeelt Award '59, Most Scbool Spirit '59. ANGELA INIARIA CARNION ,I.H.A. '56, '57g ilunioi'-Senior Decoration Committee '58, NIERRY DOUGLAS CASHWELL Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '58g .lunior-Senior Xliielcoming Committee '58g Bus Driver '59. XVILLIAM LAWRENCE CHRISTMAN Student Council '5-lg Junior Play Ticket Committee '57g qlunior- Senior Decoration Committee '58. . T f fy, Y " X: Sfl X ' is XRSESQS - Cx Nfwid'.-f1.,w,:J'4+'i , T 2 Q .Q K: xx: wgs,,w',::gf9xy- fx Q 'X Gafv- K 'E O 2 wx S XS Qi? Bobby, Hugh, Bcxrboro, Wcmdcu, Butch, Ann, ond Jimmy care ready for cx motorcycle ride, .THE SENIORS ' 1959 PRESENTED AN INTERESTING PROGRAM FGR SANDSPURS BOBBY -JOE COOK ANN MARIE DANIISI, C,lT1'istm.1s IJL'CUl'.lliUI1 C,UlNI11iILL'C'Sx,'S'l. ,l.ll.fX. '50, '57g SL'l'X'L'Li .Tl Poollmll l'J.1l1qUk'l 'Stu Girls' Atlwlctic i X r N 7 Vlulv 'qffg ,lul1iu1'fSuum1' l5uuv1'.1l1on .md lfmlvlc Sowing f0l11miffCC5 HUGH SHAW QUOIX ' M , I 'SW 'Vxpixl lm' Ywfffm' Im kr! "3'7. Hc11TTc1'1mnT CElT.lll'l11.lI1 '56, 'IT' Imm l'll0llT,lH '56, '57g 'lumen'- , - , . , , , , , Scmm' lhcmc Sclcpllrm f.UlUINlllL.'C SX, 5pcs.l,nl lJccm'.1l1rm Lum 'rt H '58, Alt 'l'I1.1l' l'u Ill' v -V '58, I'u llriv -1' '39, fll, 'I'1'-. ,, . ,,, u'?"L'l'L'29' ami sf ' ' ' ' ' ' ' "' .IMHTN HM ION mmm' ' E' ' lS.Tml'Sf1,'S', IXl,ll,,'X-'S4,"S'- EDGAR 'l'HURN'l'UN fQURHI'l"l', Ill Nrwrlm ALIILILISIJ Hugh Sglmul '59, h BARBARA AIICAN I3AllUllliR'l'Y WANDA CARLEE CORLl1y .lvl I-A, .Shy ,SEL IY,.,l,4A. ,Sm ,STX .SSN .Sql ckmmvolci Limb -56' -57x flmTTul'rmm C,l1.lil'lN.1I1 '56, .'Vll11m'ctlu '56, l.l l.A, '36, '57, f,.pI,' 'qgx 'Q-px SUIUIAIIVX, 'gf' yum, lx,.k,x,dk,m 'ES' wfimhmp DCICQMC '57, C,l1LJl'LlS '56, '57, SILlLiL'l'lI C,m11TQll '57, Survul .Tl Sr. '57, 'Immun' Ilmm-umm t'Il.liI'I1l.lI1 '56, '3', IIUHW,-Hom lyL.,,Om,n-ml Clmil-nun VI-U U'T"UV 'SW ,IL"'i""'5fm'1" Svwidl IJCUHZIITUIT fwlbllllllillkl' WH, "HN: Nunn-Tl .ll llII1l0I'SL'I1iUI' 'ST lUI1i0I"SCl1i0l' Ducoratimm Com- 'l"WiUl'U' C """mLU'L' 'SSS If flvlvlvVI'-1mu1iV5H.'Wg l'UI11k'I'lIHIH mnllw 'SNL 'umm' l'l.1x' UNITE-1' 'SSN IXllL'lMi.IllL'C Honor Roll '531 C'I'4"l"N'lH 'TM VT LAT 'S"3 'Xf""!'f""'X SUI" 'Sql I"'l'-A- '39, fu Iltll11k'LHINIIlgSINWIISUI' "SNP, Yflfnll' f'Tl4'k4'l R.Cp0I'lCI' '59, TVPN' 'sq' KI1'lU'IN-'H 'lf l""',!'31m C"'1'W'1"'U'l'- X1Hl1!Nf7lllX'IAIHTILQQ'l1.III'I11.lI1 "VP, l"l'iL'!lLHiCSl "3'7. ' We :Q f , f :gy - XVANDA CARLEE CORLEY Full of energy . . . Pert, lively . Sweet , . . Very attractive . . . Full of excitement . . . Cheerful always , . . Sparkling . . . Looks foryv.1rtl to l'l1.1ll txieli diy. we A ANN MARIE DANIEL Quiet, but always ready for .1 laugh . . . Loves lier eliewing gum . . . Drives J different ear every week . . . Trust- wortliy. JAMES CLAYTON DANSBY Smart . . . Always .lt ease . . . Xvell liked by .ill . . . Tliouglitful of others . . . Ellieient . . . Very tallmtiye , . . Enjoys .1 fist game of tennis. BARBARA KIEAN DAUGHERTY l5.isein.1ting to listen to her talk . . . Everyone's friend . . . Wfitty , . . Un- usually sweet . ..Congeni.1l. . . Eirnest About every t.1slx . . . An ellieient typist. MW QM K HARRY THOMAS DOUGLAS JOHN SIMONTON DOUGLAS, JR. Carefree . . . Wo1'ks well on his inter- Success lies in his p.1tl1 , . . Goes for ests . . . Enjoys school . . . Dependable both l1.1sketb.1ll .md footlmill . . . Mnlses and unselfish . . . Always looks conf .1 l1.1l1itofbeing".1 president." tented and happy. KYLE EDXVARIJ IEPIJS, -IR. 3 a.: Plenty of dry wit . . . Sees the funny V' -.,x Y side of life . . . Misclueyous nntl impisli Zf f in every way . . . W'ill .lrgue with .1 9 S lb- signpost. Y 'iff 1sARiaARA ETHIALL ewws A ' Sings hillbilly music like .1 professic1n.1l f -Y. 1. .3 t 5 mg if-i . . . Plays guitar . . . Sweet .mtl sincere , . . Seems quiet . . . C,onseientious Pretty brown l1.1ir .intl eyes. A M LELA MARIE DAVIS Cheerful heart . . . Sheill be 3 good nurse some day . . . Happy and gay , , , Can really rattle off that French, RICHARD GRADY DAY Friendly and nice . . . Devilish . , , Twinkle in his eyes . . . Dependable and ambitious . . . Football is his sport . , , Shrine Bowl Star. XVALTER HAYS DUKE Loves honing . . . Alxxxiys Cl1'C.l11llI'1g up some tlevilish trick to play on someone . . . C.ll'l .lCLLl.llly he serious once in .1 while. 'Ni' Dick, Eddy, Hczrry, John, Lelci, Borbcirci, cmd Walter lecive for the luke. THE SENIORS ' i959 ENJOYED BEING WAITED ON DURING iNmAnoN LELA MARIE DAVIS Mae Earnes High: Scholastic Honor Roll '56, President Jr. Red Cross '56, County Representative '56, Chorus '56, Soloist '56, Vice President Latin 1 '56, First Aid Instructor '56, Student Council '56, Future Nurses' Club '56. N.A.H.S.: Homeroom Devotional Chairman '57, M.H.A. '57, Yellow Jaafari' Reporter '58, Student Advisor '59, Honorable Mention State Editorial Contest '58, Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '58, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '58, F.H.A. '58, Le Cercle Francais '58, '59, Beta Club '59. RICHARD GRADY DAY Student Council '56, '59, Co-chairman Jr.-Sr. Directing Commit- tee '58, Block Letter Club '56, '57, '58, '59, Football '56, '57, '58, '59, Sfzzr Player of the Wfeek '58, '59, Harald Player '59, Shrine Bowl '59, Track '56, '57, '58, '59, Shotput Placed Third in the State '57, Placed Second '58, Top C.S.R.A. Scoring '59. HARRY THOMAS DOUGLAS M.H.A. '56, '57, Track '57, Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '58, Junior Play Ticket Committee '58. JOHN SIMONTON DOUGLAS, JR. Class President '56, '57, '58, Boys' Chorus '563 F00flD21ll '56, '57, '58, '59, Basketball '56, '57, '58, '59, Baseball '56, '57, Block Letter Club '56, '57, '58, '59, Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '58, Junior Play Selection Committee '58, Jr.-Sr. Hospitality Commit- tee '58, Jr.-Sr. Speaker '58, Junior Play Ticket Committee '58, Le Cercle Francais '58, '59, Treasurer '58, Vice President '59, Beta Club '58, '59, Bus Driver '59, Si111Jxjv1n'5 Assistant Photographic Editor '59, Student Council '56, '57, '58, '59, President '59, Most Ambitious '59. WALTER HAYS DUKE Aquinas High: Sf7cI1II!'0l',1C Staff '56, '57, Squad Leader '56, '57, '58, Latin Club '56, '57, Class Reporter '56, Baseball '57, '58, Football '57, '58, Jr.-Sr. Committee '58, North Augusta High School '59. KYLE EDWARD EPPS, JR. Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '58, Junior Play Cast '58, Student Council '58, Yellow Iackef Salesman '59, Le Cercle Fran- cais '58, '59. BARBARA ETHEL EVANS J.H.A. '56, '57, Yearbook Committee '57, Lions' Club Minstrel and Variety Show '57, Junior Play Advertising Committee '58, Junior-Senior Entertainment Committee '58, F.T.A, '59, Yvllrnzi' ltffkff Typist '59. Q ,Q gg .,,,, I ma 24 1" QETSKZQM WH' lb,-ff" f I ,, , A A I .fi ga f" . s.V ,MV W, f .- 2 V, , , V Lr A .VM 2 ll l 4, V A . fi: f'3',4, "" T 5 . ,W -51? " L F N A li... r ,W L, :,, QM -, 5 ' ' -.1,.?-.-:,:.- E:---.1 ,. .. " ' A +A ff' E wg- E1 -. ,, , ii A ,, . . 4 t V 1 ,,: .T M Whit Es2a:E2 .,:--'fury j""" tfjT -3 V me 4 ,. ,WA its ' , ",f':5.,'."2"2. . T221-'i""' M 1,.g-.g. 1 , , QW A Y 'WHSSPFVWW 4 ,EQEE 95, - .- ,aku . "5- Ax V ' AWPNWV --f' . V we . fc-, ,V A, . ,T , ,,. ,,,,.,. V ' ,,. vV'w-:-1.2-..r.4: , '- CLAIRE FAIRCLOTH Bob, Dczrlene, Claire, cmd Jomes dance while Buclgie, Jerry, and Betty select records. THE SENIORS ' l959 SANG THE ALMA MATER IN CHAPEL WITH SAD HEARTS Nmrtlw 1'xl.ljQLlSI.1 Higlw Sglmwl '59, IAMES ROBERT FOI INTAIN T T A M.l"l.A. 56, 57g ltlflllt' Iufkrl 56, 554g -lllllllll' lllw l'nlL-rlnn mcnt CUTTTTTTTILT.-Q '57g C l1.lIl'I1LlI1 .lumur l'l.1y l'ulvlicily c'Oll1lI1lllCL' '5Hg kl1'.-Sr. '5X, '59, DARLGIZNL LOUISE FOLK l,l1L:1't.tTlT111L'T1l femurmmullcc 'sxg lu f,cl1'lu l'I'.lI1L'.llS fylrlx C,lTuruw 56, 57, 5Hg l.H.lX. 56, '57g 'l'lLlxL'lcOINI1'llllLL lui jumfn-l1I,1t 5Hg ILIITTUT'-SUTITTI' llcurl lr.mu.11s'5H, '59. BIZTTY LOIT FOS'l'IiR I lllllltf OITtI11lllCC'S'l l L CLTLIL lkl IA' 55, S,'gSu1'vul.1l IL1mm'-Sunnur '57g C l1.1Trm.1n ul l'I'0I5L'I'lX' Clumxniltuc for -Iunim' l'l.1y '5Sg ,lunior-Scnior llccomtion Commu- Lcc '58g l'iL'l.l C'lulw '58, '5'7g Scnim' lvpixl '5'l. -IIERRY ROYCIE FRASER .lunimvSun1m' llccmxlliolm c'OI11ll1lllCL' '5Sg licst Urcssul '59. CARLOS KYXVFN GARIUNFR 1-1'cuT1x'lllc: ulunim' X',Tl'xilx' lfuollxlll 'Mtg NYT-L-smling 150.1111 '56 llrultvl lllgllz 'l'l'.lylx '52 ,Mitt-'mum Clulw '571 Slllklfllf Colmcl . , - , . , , 55. Nulllt !Xtlgll'wl.l5k'lll0I'lllt,1l1 5'l. .lAMliS FRANK UlNCiRlfY llfws' l1.ul1ol1r' lllglm: I'rmmlw.1ll '50, '5f'q lR.wlw.tlI '5f'g l5.1slv:tl5.1ll '56 '57: lit-w'li.1TIwItr Mimi:-ul '50, '57g North IXLIQLISLISCl1lOl'lAllgh M-l lVflV N72 ,lUl1lUI' 5vl1mT' lh'gmA.1liuT1 Q'0t11l11lllL'C '531 lfwvfb-1ll'53 '5'lA l5lUglx lk'llk'l't llllW '55 '59 'LN CLAIRE FAIRCLOTI-I Has n new name-Tollison . . . Cjqmc from Richmond . . . She has this eves of LlXVOl'l1LlI'l in love . . . Fun-loving,i JAMES ROBERT FOUNTAIN Talented plus . . . Friendly , , . Full Of fun . . . W411'm personality . . . Courte- ous. . . Cooperative . . . Understanding . . . Give him an org.1n .Ind he's in heaven. 'N-V. DARLGENE LOUISE FOLK BILTTH LOU IOSTFR IFRRH ROS CE FRASER Always helpful and kind . . . Never Smut in hti stutits uitt su LLI tit hot rod tm Ill isti boisterous . . . A real friend . . . Calm ntss Inttlli ent thorn, 1ts ttittlx ldIU1ILCl hx mms glIlS ind sweet. . . Plans L1 career in nursing lots 1 goot timt I Hwtitnt in noir itil etntltm in Io ite 11133 Pleasant manner. und ind tx pm in 1 x I ool s immieulitt Z. H WW y Gave" BETTY ANN GREGORY As smart as she is lively and as lively as sbe is sm.1rt . . . NVill make .1 skilled secretary. LARRY HERRING HAMMOND An invaluable aid to our football team . . . Liked by everybody . . . A dynamo of energy . . . Plenty of gray matter . . , Interesting . . . Never ruffled. MARGARET ROSE HAMMOND Serene and unpretentious . . . Deter- mined and willing to work for what she wants . . . Interested in people . . . likes to play basketbill. ERNEST EUSTACE GRAYBILL Easy-going, carefree fellow . . , Finds fun in every situation . . . He loves work-as long as he is watching it , , , Cooperative. MARTHA ELISE GRAYBILL Petite and vivacious . . . Friendly and smiling throughout the day . . . An in- genious person . . . Flirty and cute , . , Very interested in one certain boy. xx' MARCIA ANN HAIR AARON FERDINAND HAMILTON A kind considertlte girl who deligbts in "Iitter" , . . Tall , , . Amiable . helping Others - - - GIVC hcl' -1 iob llml Sincere in all he does . . . Never too itls bound to be well-done. busy to smile or give .1 friendly hello ,,...Q.s-nun: l l Aaron, Margaret, Betty, and Eustace shoot quail while Marcia, Larry, and Martha reload. THE SENIORS ' 1959 TooK PRIDE IN WINNING AA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP ERNEST EUSTACE GRAYBILL Le Cercle Francais '58g Yvllou' lurkrf Staff '58g Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '58. MARTHA ELISE GRAYBILL Girls' Chorus '56g Attendance Honor Roll '56, '57g M.H.A. '56, ,575 State Mental Contest in English '57, Homeroom Chairman ,575 Latin Banquet Entertainment '57g Junior-Senior Entertain- ment '57, Decoration Committee '58g Sr1I1:lxjn1II'x Salesman "59g Sundspurs Staff '59g F.T.A. '56, '57, '58, '59g Biggest Flirt '59. BETTY ANN GREGORY J.H.A. '56, '57g Served at Football Banquet '57g Yellow IIIrlzeI' Reporter '57, '58g Yellow jaclzef Typist '58, '59g Beta Club '58, '59, MARCIA ANN HAIR Devotional Chairman '56, '58, '59g Homeroom Chairman '57g junior-Senior Decoration Committee '58g Le Cerele Francais '58, '59: SIIIIIlsjJIII's Salesman '59. AARON FERDINAND HAMILTON Junior-Senior Decoration Committee 158. LARRY HERRING HAMMOND junior-Senior Decoration Committee '58g Football Manager '58q Basketball Manager '59, MARGARET ROSE HABIMOND F.T.A. '56: Chorus '56, '57g ll-LA. '56, '57g Girls' Athletic Club '57g Junior-Senior lnvitation Committee '58g Yullfm' fafkrt Typist '59. 'rig Bob and Dennis eagerly anticipate a delicious meal prepared by Judy, Ann, Carol, S. Hatcher and S. Heath. THE SENIORS ' T95 9 SELECTED TOP STUDENTS FOR SUPERLATIVES ROBERT BENJAMIN HARRIS SANDRA ANl'l'A HEATH ,lunior-Senior Ducoltltion Clommittcc '58, .5mnfsffl1rx All Drivu '59, l",ll.A. '56, '57, lf.T.A. '56 '5' '59 'SW Girl! Clmru ' ' 7' , ,, .. . . s 56. Sf. Alunioi'-Senior Scrvicc .lml ljCL'OIA.lllOl1 Committee '53, LlLllllOl"SCl1lOl' DFNNIS LFF HARVII Ll: Menu Clmnniittcc '531 lc fcrclc l'l'.1l1C.llN '58, '59, SiHliI'NflIlI',i Ac- lfootlmll '56, Golf 'l'L'.1I11 '57, AlLllTlUl'-SCHTUI' llccolyllimi ci0I11IUlllL'L' """'C' "'L"""' 79: BNA' C 'ul' SS' 'SQ' '58, La Ccrclc l'l'.llIC.1lH '5H, '59, 1lllIjl'l'll HERRING ANN WII,LIS HASKliI.I. Nl.H.fX. '56, '57, l'.'l'.lX. '56, '57, '58, '59, Clumwului flulw '56, '57, 1 i v 1 ' 58, 594 ll'L'Sl1ITT.1I1 Class 5cc1'cl.1l'y 56, Al'QL'lHI'.l 5l.1lc l'Vlcnl.1l Kun Mcnlnl Cmilcsls '56, '5", f5ulwl,lsliu llmim' lloll '56, rust '5LlPc1'xisrJ1' RJITITLI '56, lXIlcml.111u' .mal Sglmlasliu llnnm' liull ' ' ' ' ' -' '56, '57, '58, Yfffrfll lmZ'rlSL.1il' '56, '57, l'l'H1lll',1ltk1'f '5.llL'SIH.ll1 1 .l-l l-N 56: C ll-lll'lTT-IIT ol lfnglixli Clam '57, Studi-nr Council '56, '57, '59, llonicrmim l'l'L'Nlklk'I1l '57, l5rx'otion.1l C'li.1irm.1n '53: Sl-NC '58, 5upci'im' lllllllg in lfnglisli '572 '57, '53, l5.lNlxCllW.1ll '57, Al.ll1.lgCI' 'WZ fiiils Allilcliy Cluli 5 ' Sui-wil .ll l'mvllw.1ll l5.lINlLlCl '571 M055 Amlinlimix '5N, lfllulr lin kr! l5k'PUl'lL'I' '57, liusincsa Al.llT.lgCl' '5Si '56, '57, Szlllthflllli 5.1lusni.1n '57, '58, lunim' l'l.1y '58, l,c Cicrmlc liII1iw'lNfl1I'Nl11l'Wa livll c'llllW '5S. '591 lx' c'k'l'ClL' l'lA.ll1C.1lS '53, '59- ,,I. ,,., l'l'.1nu.lix 55, 59, ISL-1.iC.lnlw 56, 51. ' ' A l'I'L'SILlL'Ill 524, glllllllll' l'l.w l'l'mnpLc1' '58, C'l1.1i1'm.m nl' klunior- Scnmr Smlnul 4u1nn1illcc"5N: kiirlw' Suu' .'Xllc1'n.1lc '532 Mllfdl sAN1JRA 1iI-A1N1f HA'rr:H1s1z ' ' ' A' 'T ' Yfll " ' " ' ' .,,- ,I . b, 1- , H11 Im Aw! Stall 563l,LlliLl1li4iuli1lXsxlxI.l1ll 56, lp l .lX. 56, 57 55, 59' u sCul'Ul.lI'5' '57, Nlmt lik-pumlililc '57, Samlxpmx S.llk'SlTT.lI1 '57, ' Cnmwulci C lulw '57, '58, SlLlLlL'I1lfHLll'lCll '57, l5cl.i Cluli '53, ' l.1i 'Xl.1lxc-Up f,ll,llI'lT1.lI1 '58, luxiiui'-Sylimi' l3uuii'.1lmli CHININIIICQ' '55, Swim: llcg 1 ' mm, J fl1jI15L.'QljI'j1Il1,L: SPUITNUI' 55, l'1'HHH lzl1Rr'l5.lln'SlN.lll '53, .IllI1lUl' l' ' 1 llIlllllIllL'L' '5Y' lunim' SU llmu-xx '5H, Yrlfffll Im Aw! 'l'i'p1Nl '5'. 'l'Nl3lSl '5'P. li C-Ixus l'I'lllA'L'SN SQ- lwlllm' ul' Sizflflififzvi '50, llomccoming Spom . . , A +l,lXl1xx Sunni 5 I, Mlm II, MN, SJ CAROL ANN ll0l5lfR'l' l-l l-A- "WM '371 fXllL'I1nl.lm'u llunui' Roll '57, -lunim' l'l.1x' Ticker -. - -mime lm'il.1lim1 f'0lNl11lllL'L' '58, Ilunior- ui IIIUII Cu ilu' 5X4 l' l 'X '5'l' Yyllfm' lilffiff , . , Ol' ROBERT BENJAMIN HARRIS Not too quiet to be unknown, not too LTCISIIILII IO be g1IOne , . . IJ0Iite .ind courteous . . . Earnest .lhout every undertaking. DENNIS LEE I-IARVILLE Calm in manner but fun to he with , , . Likes golf . . . Bright mind . . . Loyal friend . . . Q'PIeasure Iirstn is his motto. vi ANN WILLIS HASKELL I'Ier duties 'ire ilwavs WXII d -lppy smile . . . XVh.1tever she does is done with ease . . . Loves to d.inee. SANDRA ELAINE HATCHER ous . . . CIODSICICIZIFC , . . NViIIing helper . . . XY'eIIfrounded personality . . . Sweet Q.1I , . . IJ.1rtieip.ites in sehooI eIuhs. Sv . . t one . . , A Smirkline eves . . . Com uosed . . . Studi- h . . I 5 . f l A mf www' V 5 I N x X 5 .f .5 , f f f' s , ,L , 72, I SANDRA ANITA HEATH A devilish manner . . .A serious insight . . . Everything she undertakes is done right . . . I:riendIy to everyone . . . Pretty .is .1 picture. ,ILIIJITH HERRING Intelligence, Stunning person.1Iity-gi r,u'e eomhindtion . . . Miss Senior is her title . . . Neatness .ind tidiness .ire her tixiits . . . I5I.iwIess complexion. CAROL ANN HOBERT BigIie.irr,higI.1ugh. . . Always willing ro help when needed . . . Plans to be Cl secretary '... Interested in everything. 1 ASA RONALD HOLLAND Always snoozing in class . . . Loves to work on cars . . . Dry wit . . . A girl nnally got his class ring! JULIE ANN HOLMES All good things come in small pack- ages, and Julie is no exception . , , Wears stylish clothes . . . Eorgetful . . . Always friendly. HARRIET BELLE HOXWARD A willing spirit, a big heart, and won- derful personality go to make up a very popular gal around our campus. EUGENIA MORGAN JANKIC Willing to do laer part . . . A warm and genuinely enchanting person . . . Eiiicient . . . XVill really be proud of lier diploma. XY'Al,TER JOEL JENNlNGS Has roving eyes . . . He collects girl! rings . . . An interesting new addition to selaool . . . liappy . . . Has a pleasant smile. JIMMIE HOUSTON HOWIE Quiet, innocent appearance, but roguisla gleam in liis eye . . . Good busi- nessman . . , Quick and alert . . Conscientious and helpful. JAMES PAUL HUCHINGSON, JR. Jinimy's misclaievous ways are well known around sclaool . . . Frisliy . . . An incessant talker . . . A laowl in the Junior Play. 'sf' 5 ' ve-Jmgfff' F el 4-man X 5 , wi' 1 I 'YY We 1 F Eugenio pours Teo for Julie, J. Howie, J. Hutchingson, Harriett, Sonny, ond Ronny. THE SENIORS ' 1959 USED COLLEGE DAY TO THEIR BEST ADVANTAGE ASA RONALD HOLLAND North Augusta High School '59, JULIE ANN HOLMES Chorus '56g J.H.A. '57g Attendance Honor Roll '57g Le Ccrclc Francais '58, '59g ,lunior-Senior Decoration Committee '5Hg klunior Play Usher '57. HARRIET BELLE HOWARD Athletic Association '57g Comwolei Club '56, '57, '58, '59g ETA. '563 '56, '57g F.H.A. '59, Reporter '59, Lc Cerclc Fmncnis '58, '593 Homecoming Sponsor '59g Served .it junior-Senior '57. Chairman of Junior-Senior Decorating Committee '57g Served at Football Banquet :57q Stzmzlvpzniv Staff '59, Salesman '59. LIIMMIE HOUSTON HOXVIE North Augusta High School '59. JANIES PAUL HUTCHINGSON, JR. Atttndance Honor Roll '56g Homeroom Secretary '56: Ytllfm Iurkrf Salesman '57g Voice of Democracy Contest '57g Homeroom Chairman '57g Llunior Pliiy '5S: Boys' Sports Editor of Yullou lizckrf '58, xlunior-Senior Entertainer '53, Le Cercle Francais '59, '59. EUGENIA DIORGAN .IANKE kl.H.A, '56, '57, LcCe1'clc Franc.1is'5S,'59. NYALTER JOEL -IENNINGS North Augustri High School '59. Malcolm, Charlotte ond POUI push the T-Model while Betty, Kenny, Ellen, cmd Judy -get O tree ride. 'll"lE SENl0RS ' l959 srunlfn LONG HOURS FOR MID-TERM EXAMS KENNETH RUSSEI. ,ION E5 lXffL'I'lQl.1ITCL' llonm' Rnll '56,stfffflyfmns.1lwm.m '57, l3.1ml '57, '53, '59, Drum Nltljfll' '59, NILIIIIUI'-SL'I'IlUI' llcunxlllun c.llllll'Illllk'L' '58, lLll1lOI'lJl.lVc..lSI '58, C,l1.lll'l'I1.lI1 Ot lr.A511 filxlml lVl.lI'Lll '58, film C,l1.1l1'm.1n 58, lx C1-rely l'I'.ll1L.llN 554, VI. . , - , lVlALCOl.lVl ROBlfR'l' KIIIIJKINS '5LlPL'l'lOl' Ratinlq in Munlal fnumlcst '57g lunim' lVl.lI'5l1.ll '5Xg Ywllml' ltltkff '58, Sclmlnxllfg llfnwr linll '55 '57, '58, '59, llmww' Slate' !Xltcrn.1tc '55, lit-1.1f,lnlw'5H,'5l1, lu c.L'l'LlL' l'l'.1nL.11x '58, '5'?. MARY IiLLlfN KIQANIC ,Xlunnr yung lmeplt: 5ml.1lill' '56g fvlu: flulw '56, M.lI.!X. '50, l ll4rL'rultl1cNlrrL1r1L '56, N.,-X.ll,5.: l'.'l'.fX, '57, '5H, '59, M.lI.lX. '57, ' ' ' ' -' 'fn f-1 ' f1Il'lS Alltltllb c,lLIl5 57, lu f,L'I'Lllj l'l'.lI1g.1lx WA, 77, lllnlqpl' lllqy 'llulxzl C,'IlT1ll'lIfl,'L' '5Hg lLIIllHI"k!k'lTlUI' lJcuv1'.1lwu f11l11lIIIlIL'L' '5H, BICTTY ANN K l LBY Xl,1,m'cLlc 56, l.ll,1X. 56, 5,', Ctnl, flwlnxn 56, 5f, 51,-lull ,11 lllnifn'-'5c11ufn''57gf111'lx' Allwlullu C lulu'57g !Xrln'n:l.ll14,u llrnun' linll ---v u ' "-v 'ru , p, -rj tg K ,Slx N. fyxrlx Inllll lhl my u.-5 lIl'sI l'l.1L4'l1lln.1:,l lump mg ,llllllftl lltly Ll5l1v1 553 -lllI1lUI'-SCIIIUI' l7L'COl'.lllOl1 COIUINIIIUC 53. llmttccmniltlg Spvnwu' '58, lp Q'prgl.,- l51A,111k-Aix '53, '59, 5'l'HUIl' lrlfkff kl.llC5I11.lll '58, '50, C'I1t-Q-I-IL-,ttlw '50, PAI ll. HUI lSliAl. KOON l'll.!UllL'l1lI l'HHll5.1ll '50, '5', l5.lNlxL'll3.lll '50, 'if '5Sg l5.uclw.1ll '56, 'fi, . ' - - e v V' - .lllmlll hwllwl' l7ccOl'.1lmn Q Onxnmlcc 58. ffl IARU 7'l"l'li l"RANClfS LAW' l-ll-N '5f1. '57, Swml c'l1.lII'l11.ll1 '5'g Cl1.1irm.1n of Surving -li nllllmisul'-Sulllul' '57, curly' Allllcllgx c'llll5 '57, lfnollmll BJHQLICY C0111- nnttu' '57, lt- Ck-r'cll' l"r.1m'.1ns '58, '50, SL-U-01,11-y '58, junior Play 51151 552 lll'l-l fllll' '53, '5'7. Ylcc l'rcwiLlcnt '59g .lLll1lOl'-SCHlOl 5pcu.1l llL'L'UI'.lllUl1 fUl11l11lIlL'L' '58, l'.ll.,'X, '59, SL'l1l0l' lllltol' ot xll"llll"ll'l ""'l2 lxlusl X'cl'S.1lllQ '59, qllllfx' ANN l.l'l"l'l.lf ., ,,, , 57' 56, WXQ, l .A. '56, "57', "5S, "5'7QQ2ll'Ig'jXll1lQliC c'lUl5 , 51'llHH' l1llA'l'f5l.Ill '57, lunim- PLN' Qlul QS. cfhorug WS. Iuniol-- SVHIHI' lJL'un'.lllm1 f'Ul11l11'lIlL'C '5H5 'lfll 1-A. 'gn' ' KENNET L Handsome drum major of the lyiml V . . Dodges are of great interest to him . , , Happy and carefree . , . A well-dressed fellow. MALCOLM ROBERT xlUlJlilNS A future scientist of great distinetion , , . There must he something he doesn't know! . . . Very ambitious . . . Friendly . . . Sterling character. g N MARY ELLEN KEANE Big tease . . . Full of jokes . . . Enthusi- astie about sports , . . Cheerful . . . Unpredietable . . . NY'illine to lend a helping hand at any time. I 'U Q! Y b, 'L 'S t N N 3. X asv-ww AK x,4,,,., Q I t ' TH X x t. . gi, s so xs , X XA , to , X1 .k gs , X X uw BETTY ANN KILBY Quiet in voice and manner . . . Smile for all she meets a sparlxler on third ringer le e J - Q WNY n Mlm 3 PAUL HOUSEAL Koox . . , Popular Behind that wall of innoeenee is a very . Sports lively fellow . . . Girls are the least of 1.1I1Ll. lllb XVOITICS. CHARLOTTE FRANCES LAXY' Laughing lips and roguish eyes . . . Al ways thoughtful of others . . . Courte ous. . , XY'aterslxies like a pro! . . . Klan Can thiq girl Charleston! JUDY ANN LITTLE Small in stature hut never goes un noticed . , . Full of enthusiasm . . Yivaeious . . . Sparkling personality . . X ,NX , NCYC1' .1 XYOITT' OI' A C.II'C. ELLEN PATRICIA LOTT She may be new but she's full of fun . . . How that girl can giggle! . . . Coquettish . . . Foot-loose and fancy 1 V V free. JOYCE ANN LOWE Quick of mind, magnetic, creative . . . Liked by everycne for her pretty smile and devilish ways . . . Flirting is her f Af' t ff 1 ,f'., V Sport! .,. ., 1 f in f f 6 if LEROY CLARENCE MANDERS JAMES BRYAN MeCULLOUGH SANDRA JOYCE McDANlEL Always doing something spectacular on His talk reveals abundant knowledge Beautiful hair . . . Sweet smile and the football Held . . . "Lady killern . . . . . . New .1t N.A.H.S .... Plensing per- dainty ways . . . Poised . . . A smart Very bashful but full of fun. sonality . . . Nice . . . True gentleman girl who enjoys .1 good time . . . M.1ke5 in .1ll actions. gtmd gl-MIQ5, KAY RITA MCMAHAN A friendly smile and .1 cute giggle . . Never serious except on one cert.1in subject . . . A school teacher she wants is to be. is I'lOXVARD RA YlWOND IWJQUISTION Full of fun in .1 flirty way . . . Lively .1s can be . ..Priendlyi1nd ple.1s.1nt . . . A Helpful whenever possible . . . Enter- ' taining. i,.fui L , Q an Q' .ffl ii, E Jim cmd Skip pop corn for Joyce Ann, Bulldog, Koay, Potty, cmd Joyce. THE SENIORS ' l959 SUPPORTED THE JUNIOR PLAY WITH lNrEREs1 ELLEN PATRICIA LOTT Tubrnan: Dramatic Club '56, '57, Music Club '56, '57, Student Council '56, '57, Richmond: Tri-Hi-Y '57, '58, North Augusta: '59. JOYCE ANN LOVUE Girls' Athletic Club '57, Scholastic Honor Roll '56, '57, F.T.A. '57, '58, '59, Secretary-Treasurer '59, lUHiOI' Pllly '53: LC CC1'ClU Francais '58, '59, Secretary '59, junior-Senior Decoration Commit- tee '58, Homeroom Bulletin Board Chairman '57, '58, Feature Editor of St'l1Itf.Yf7Ill'X '59, Salesman '59, Homeroom Chairman '58, Beta Club '58, '59, Student Council Representative at Large '593 Most Vivaeious '59. LEROY CLARENCE MANDERS Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '58, Block Letter Club '58, 595 Football '56, '57, '58, '59, Baseball '56, '57, '58, '59, Student Council '58, JAMES BRYAN MCCULLOUGH Burlingame High: German Club '56. Wgtslaingtoia and Lee High: '57. Fairfax High: '58. North Augusta High: '59. SANDRA JOYCE MCDANIEL Scholastic Honor Roll '56, '57, Attendance Honor Roll '56, J.H.A. '56, '57, Served at Junior-Senior '57, Beta Club '58, Secretary '59, Homeroom Chairman '59, Ycllnu' Iuufcrf Typist '59, StIIItl'XI7Ill'S Typist '59. KAY RITA MCBIAHAN j.H.A. '56, '57, Reporter '57, F,H.A. '59, F.T.A. '56, 357, '58, '59, Sizlzifxjuzrt Salesman '56, '59, grllIrlXf7lll'S Staff '56, '59, Freshman Editor '56, Student Council '56, '57, '59, Secretary-Treasurer '57, Library Club '56, '57, '58, '59, President '57, Yvllou' luefcef '58, klr.-Sr. XVelcoming and Decoration Committee '58, klunior Marshall '58, Le Cercle Francais '58, '59, Served at xl.-Sr. '57, Scholastic Honor Roll '56, '57, '58, Beta Club '58, '59. HOWARD RAYMOND MCQUISTION Basketball '57, '58, Junior Play Properties Committee '58, Junior- Senior Decoration Committee '58, Bus Driver '57, '58, '59. Sandra, Lanny, Sallie and Rush enjoy playing ping-pong while Levona, Judy, and Marsha have ci coke. THE SEIXHORS ' l959 WERE HONORED ROYALLY AT THE JUNIOR-SENIOR MARSHA ELIZABETH NIETTS llislory '58, Amcricaii llistory .'Xxx'.ii1l '5S: Bula fluh '53, N591 '56, '57, Record lioola C,h.1ii'm.in '57, l".'l'.fX. '56, '57, '53, lr Clcrclc l"l'.1l1C.llN '55, '5'2l ,luiiior hl.lI'Sl'I.ll '5S. '59, Attcndnncu Honor Rall '56, Sglwlisiig llomir Roll '56, '57, , , , '58, Homeroom CEl1.llI'IN.'lI1 '57, 5crvcLl .it ,Iunior-Sciiiui' '57, Girls' MAR' ,SANDRA '6'O""'5, Athletic Club '57, ,luiiior Play l'i'oiiiptci' '58, lluiiwiwmiii lhwu- Mfl lj", S65 l",l""' 7l'jN7' v 753 .lilijw-Ssiliivi' l'1'f0l'-'Noll Lom- tional Chnirmmi '56, Stuclcm Cxiungil '5X, Yrlfuu' ltltkff Still, """"" 551-ll""0"l'l-U "s'if1fU'i1'N1HfQ 'SS' Salesman, Social lfdiwi' '58, Yulfrfzz' lmfw! li,-ivrii'tr'i, '57, '50, Ywlf l.llVUNA IJAGIQ lou' Ialrkyf Typist '59, lliinior lVl.1rsli.il '58, lunioi'-5ciiim' '5pcQi.il 5ll,,j,.,,l ql,,,,,,L,,l '56, hm I-A' -Sh' .371 SCI-uid M ll-I-SV' .Sm YVIIUH, Decoration Cmmiiiitrcu, Ili,-my Scloctiun fluiiiiiiillui '5X, liiiiiurf I,,,fi,y NEW, I.',d,l,,,. 'ggi BNA, Qlul, -53' 'gg' R6P0,.tL,,. 'ggi Junior Senior Costumc C,li.iirm.m '58, llunioi'-'5oiiior bliivil.ilimi C,uWf,li.iii'- I'l,1y Uslifr '5S, SlllQlL'l1l lkliiui' lor llriiiflf '5S, '59, lunior-Scnior man '58, Honoixilwlu Nluilirrn iii Suite lxrliteiriil Ciiiilcsi '5H, lin-1.1 lmuumlmn c,mnlmlu,c -33: l5.'l'-A. 'SSH -30: Yyllml. jm.L,sf Typist ClUl3 SR- '59:UM"f'f'v'is'1 '799 Sf"'f!ll"'l'l 'l l'l"5l '7"- '5"1 ,5ii11ilil'l1:i 'l'Yfwxl '5'7: Sciiior liix'il.ilion COIIIINUIUC '59, ' LANSING FRANK MON'l'GOMlfRY SAl,I.Ili MARUARIYI' PAl.MlfR Iyzsubgll '56, liaslfctlmill 56, l'rmtl5.ill '56, '57, WSH, '5W, vNI.l l.!X lilI'lN'f,l1UI'llN"5f1Q l5.ll1xl '56, '57, '53, '50, -l.ll..'X. '56, 'S7qM-1i01'- l'1V5f C0V15Ul '76s 57, l7s'ls'.!i1H' U' l5UCl4lHll 756. '5N1 ffl-155 lI's1I5lI1'1'I' viii-'5N,'5'P1 liiniui' l'l.ix 'wgli-Q1-iflcI-'f.mf.us Clulw '53, '59. '56, Bl.1qkI.Qim-C.Iiilw '57, '55, '59, Most lJi'pEml,iIili- '58, Vliiiiiui' ' Senior Uccoizitioii '58, l'l,iy SL-li-Qriwiw Cmniiiiiiiltcu '5H, lius llrivur .llllyllll w'll1l4lAMS PARKER '59, P. lf. 5qu.1cl l,ciqlur '59, llriiiicraiiiii C,li,iii'm.iii '59, Mr, il'l l'A- 'Shi '773 Girls' 5'lWVl'5 '502 llUl1Ul' l50ll '56- '571 .I-H-N Scriior '59. Suliul.irsliip c'l1.llI'l11.1I1 '57, Clirls' Allilclic Clulw '57, l'i.mist '572 V l'-'l'-A. '57, '53, '59, Scrvuil .il lfoullwill limiqucl, hlr.-Sr. '573 BCH DAVID RIDH MURRl5UN b C liilw '5N, '50, I,cQ1i-im-lc l,'r.im'.iis '58, '50, Llr. Plnv Sclcclion Com- Xl.l'l.A. '56, '57, Xlumil funlusl iii liiglisli 56, SLlIHl.l5lIL llimiii lllllln' '53, llpfgri lj,.U,,..,l,,,,, cimnlmlwc '53, USMS. M Il.. Play '5S2 Roll '56, '57, '53, XlLlll,1l fimlcst iii Suiiur liiglisli, fXI1lk'I'lL.lIH ,hnll1rlXfVllyNSl,1Il' 'svn ' fill MARSHA ELIZABETH METTS A red-head with a flaming personality and brains . . . A gay, bubbling spirit , . . Very dependable . . . Everyone is her friend. LANSING FRANK MONTGOMERY Polished manners . . . A shining per- sonality . . . Irresistible to girls . . . In football he's a star . . . His title is Mr. Senior. DAVID RUSH MORRISON A good mind is a precious gift of God . . . Christian , . . Active in Scout work . . Dependable . . . Assists those who need help. ., gnu MARY SANDRA NORRIS Full of life and pep . . . Michievous but never really bad . . , Big brown GYCS - - - Curly blond hrlll' . . . A ffielid T0 JH- t XX ibm Rx it X fm- I , ., tlgiisfg., a+ ., I , , .C , s. X P P sk idk S LEVONA PAGE Mild in manner, gentle in heart . . . Soft-spoken person . , . Her sweetness is reflected in all whom she meets, SALLIE MARGARET PALMER Has a quiet manner . . . Wfarm smile . . . Majorette . . . Expert twirler . . . Interested in dramatics . . . Cooperative . . . Precise and exacting . . . Pretty . . . Sincere. JUDITH XVILLIAMS PARKER Plenty of brains and common sense . . . Plays the piano as a hobby . . . Enjoys basketball when its time for sports. LINDA PETERSON Her friendliness is felt by all . . . Like- bible and popular . , . Basketball is her specialty . . . Amiable . . . Has tlie drive to get abead. THOMAS WILLIAM POWIQLI. Quiet and reserved but willing to lielp whenever he is needed . . . Good n.1tui'ed . . . Friendly . . . Never invites .my trouble. WALTER CALHOUN PRESCOTT, -IR. Known as Bub . . . A real "monkey" . . . Care-free , . . Has more problems, but never worrits . . . A well-rounded boy ..., f Xlways noelinltint. ARTHUR BARRY PITTS Never idle . . . Always in Q1 jam . . Impisb and fun-loving . . . To know liim is to like him . . . Polislied manners iff QA 'HW' RICHARD HAROLD PAYNE A wit at all times . . . Can,t be rushed . . . Philosopher and clown . . . Hates to study but has a good brain. GLENN EDWARD PENTECOST Enjoys life . . . Good looking . . . Cour- teous . . . Popular with everyone . . . Football is bis favorite sport . . . Blue be'll never be. THOMAS CENTER POSTON Good disposition . . . If studying is a crime, be's not guilty . . . Loads of fun . . . He is really something special . . . Likes to play baseball. X12 - Bub, Barry, T. Posfon, Richard, Glenn, T. Powell, ond Lindo ore picniclcing at The Clc1rys'. THE SENIORS ' l959 WERE ENVIED BY UNDERCLASSMEN DURING SENIOR PRNILEGE WEEK RICHARD HAROLD PAYNE Student Council '56, Football '56, '57, '58, '59, Block Letter Club '57, '58, '59, M.H.A. '56, '57, Superior Rating State Mental Con- test '57, Student Council Representative at Large '58, Yellow jacket '58, Junior Play '58, Jr.-Sr. Spenlwt '53s BCF11 Club '53, '59S S!l11flSpZl1'S '59, Class Lawyer '59. GLENN EDWARD PENTECOST Football '56, '57, '58, '59, Block Letter Club '58, '59, -lr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '58. LINDA PETERSON M.H.A. '56, '57, Girls' Athletic Club '56, '57, Basketball '56,.'57. '58, '59, Student Council '57, '58, Jr.-Sr. Reception Committee '57, '58, Most Athletic '59. ARTHUR BARRY PITTS Scholastic Honor Roll '56, '57, Asst. Bus Driver '56, Student Coun- cil '57, '58, Bus Driver '57, '58, '59, Yellmt' Inrkef '58, '594 Ben Club '58, '59, jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '53, M.H.A. '58, '59, Second Consul '58, '59, Sound Effects ilr. Play '58, Sam1'xjuzrs '59, Athletic Editor '59, Class Secretary '59, Friendliest '59, THOMAS CENTER POS51'ON Football '56, Baseball '56, '58, '59. THOMAS XVILLIAM POWELL Football '56, '57, Substitute Bus Driver '56, '57, Attendance Honor Roll '56, '57, lr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '58. WALTER CALHOUN PRESCOTT, -IR. Central High School: Football '56, Sportsmanship Club '56, Tennis Club '56, President '56, Boone County High School: Football '56, '57, Track '57, Pep Club '57, Vice President Sophomore Class '57, North Augusta High: Football '5 8, '59, Block Letter Club '58, '59, Most Popular '58, jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '58, Track '59' Biggest Flirt '59, w ik RVN-If 35,2 'I Q I f' I M , MQ. ,W x smww Q- Bucldy, Kathleen, Betsy, Mary Frances, LeRoy, Jerry, and Bob are ready for a ride in the MG. THE SENIORS ' l959 .IORDON NORRIS PRINTUP WERE PLEASED WITH "IS" Tcam lfootbnll '56, '57, Iirwlmll '56, '57, '59, Iuniux'-Senior' Uccomtion Committee 58, Le Qcrclc l"1'.1nc.1is '58, '59, c,l'I.llI'I1I.II1 '58, lXIQll'LlI C11'.1sI71'incu '58, Mon Altracliw '59. KATHLEEN LOUISE RAPI2 Attcmlancc l-lcmrn' R6ll '56, -l.Il.A. '56, '57, Scrvul .ll ,ILmi6r- Sulllul' '57, I'.T.A. '57, '58, '59, Yrllnll -.r,- frIrA'1'f 5l.1ll US, 5'1,Al- tcmlmcc Hrrmmr' Rall '58, C,l1.1in'm.m Iuniur Scmur l'1'6'g1'.1m Cmn- mittuc '58, ISL-1.1C,luIw'58, '59, CARROLL AUSTIN REDDIC, III I503! C,l1o1'us '56, fNl.I'I.A. '56, '57, 4,l1.1rrmm '51 '57- XIII A , . , . r, ,r... I7clug.1L: to XX mtlmrap 57, l'u6Llu.1ll 57, 58, '50, ISIIIQII lxllul' Clulw I - - - I V, - I , - 4 I 58, 59, IcC.u1'clcl'1'.1nc.11s 58, 591, Cl1.1n'm.111 58, 51- IIIIIIIII- V v - I w . l'l.1x I'l'HQI'.1III C,OITIlIIIfEL'L' 58, Uxlwr 58, Iunrm'-Senmr' Ari Cum- - I , 1 I'I'lIIL'L', Ilqgurnlronf,u111m1Lluc,I1ntcr'L.1mmcnt CAJIIIIIIIIILK' 58, Irf- , W ""'L ,' . Ir . 4, , I, sslsmnl lima llriv 'V fu Iufl! SMH 58 51 Spnrm Anlxrsm '51 A I '58 'wwffflrffffxMrI,lr16r"Sv'cI1x lmI,1'S2 XIWI VI, IU I , , I . f I , . ulls '5'J N ,f,- l. , , v' .' ,H I THEIR ANNUALS IZIZTSY JIEAN RIEU'l"1'ER l".'l'.A. '56, '57, lXfl.H.1X. '56, '57,,I.H.A. '56, '57, Srudr-ntCou11Cil '56, Scrvcml .11 llunim'-Scnior '57, Ywlluzc' lflrfcuf Stall '57, '531 Sulmmmlmlic llmmr Roll '56, '57, Girls' Arhlcriu Club '56, '57Z fXlLuml.111cu llunm' Roll '56, '57, junior M.u'sl1.1l '58, NIUITIOI'-SCIIIOI' Wcluunwing Cfummillcc, l7cco1'.1lion C'O1l1l11ltlCC '5S1 ,IUHIOF Pl-U' Sclcyliun fllIIIIllIlIIL'C '58, l.r-Ck-1-clc l:l'.lI1C.lI8 '58, '59, I'1'CSILlCl1I 'SSR l3ul.l C lllll '58, '59, l'1'cslLlcl1l '50, Sdrllfxfvzlrx IltCI'.1l'y Editor' '59, I lass llislurialm '50. l,lfRUY IIIKIC RHODIZN .IlIIllUI'fSL'I1Illl' l3cqo1'.1lim1 f'0l'l1l11llICC '58, KILIHIOI' Play Building clllIlIII1lIlL'L' '58. MARY IJRANCIQS RICH l5.lIIkl '56, '57, '58, '59, lXl.l l.A. '56, '57, ll.'l'.A. '56, '57, '53, '593 lieu Cllulw '58, '50, Ywllrm, IIIIAVI' '58, -IuniorfScnior I5cco1'.1tion i61mmllc,"58, AR'l'l ll IR GIZRALD RICHARDS lumur Senior l5cc6r.1liun f'0l11lNIllCL' '58, Ir fcrclc l:l'.II1k'.IlS '58, '59, JORDAN NORRIS PRINTUP Drearnboat type, but all boy . . . Studies seldom . . . Often rather devilish , , , Popular always . . . A one-girl, one-car man! KATHLEEN LOUISE RAPE Epitome of sweetness . . . Never too busy for a gracious smile . . . Pretty too! . . . Cheerful . . . Lovely hair. CARROLL AUSTIN REDDIC, III Perpetual motion . . . Much ability . . . Doesn't let school work interfere with his education . . . Courteous . . . Per- suasive . . . A very outstanding person. Wx piano exceedingly well . . . tender-hearted, and lovable How that gal can ski! , .,, grew s fa ,- -as V - V .4 vx:, v . - X ff ,ping . ,,,, X 4 pf . , R- :X A, V 'kgs BETSY JEAN REUTTER LEROY PIKE RI-IODEN She aims for perfection . . . Plays the Inquisitive mind . . . Likes to construct Sweet, things . . . Capable of undertaking and NVOW! successfully completing any task . . . Talkative, MARY FRANCES RICH I-Ier sunny disposition and pleasant , -R r sf f V- A X .fs v . ps I 4 Q 7 ' ' f XV:-ff . L .5176 ,. gf A swf 2.4: V r f S ,, for g X , Q 's 019 ,. f Q W-S71 " - x , 'X 'F 4 'K X ' eww? R 1, , A--f., sr A 'N-26, -'43, 5' manner win many friends . . . A faith-- ful member of our band . . . Looking forward to a career in the nursing profession. ARTHUR GERALD RICHARDS Loads of fun . . . Crazy too! . . . Bash- ful until one gets to know him . . . Favorite class-French . . , Loves golf. KN 1 ' ,mf f my A2 21 X BENJAMIN EARL ROSS Nlisehievous grin . . . Happy and eare- free . . . Eull of wiseeraeks . . . Enjoys playing Chess . . . Cooperative in worth- while endeavors. XVILLIANI GERALD SARRATT Fortunate is the man who leirns to he himself . . . Slow in his word . . . Non- ehalnnt and happy-go-luelsy. XIOHN XVILLIANI SELF, LIR, Hakes J point to enjoy life . . . Cireat performances in football . . . XY'inning personality . . . "Steady" boy . . , A joy to be around. '5 tw' 4 N. yi ' 72 "'f 11 1 ,QI f ' if f I 1 ' I if I f WW ,IERRY COPELAND SAILORS Genial, quiet, unassuming . , . He goes his own placid way '... A note of sophistication . . . NY'ell groomed . . . Good-looking clothes. A f V7 I I 'V' i Q :ry in , ' 4 " MARY CORDREY ROBINSON Friendly, pretty, well-dressed . . . Sparkling wit . . . Sweet and soft- spoken . . . Beautiful eyes . . . Pleasing personality . . . Most attractive in the senior class. WALTER JOE ROBINSON One with an easy-going personality , . . Few have such calmness as his . . . Self- possessed and independent. MICKEY ELIZABETH SALTER A friendly smile, .1 gay laugh . . . In- terested in people . . . Really goes for A good basketball game. I My J ,iA 3 AA, 2 y ! A f My Q B0 Q ,wig ,Q ' A Q , . if X ,A f ' ,-A yi-elf, A , :W ff' lf ..,. . M ,, Boofsie cxncl Bennie enjoy o game of chess while Billy, Bill, Jerry, Joe, and Mickey give odvice. THE SENIORS ' 1959 Took TO HEART THE MESSAGE GIVEN AT BACCALAUREATE MARY CORDREY ROBINSON j.H.A. '56g Comwolei Club '57g I-Iomeroom Ch.lIl'lT1.lI1 '57g Junior Play Make-Up Committee '58g junior Play Selection Committee '58g Program Chairman and junior-Senior Decoration Committee '58g Future Teachers ,585 Most Attractive '59, WALTER JOE ROBINSON Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '58. BENJAMIN EARL ROSS Junior-Senior Building and Decoration Committee '58g Football '59. JERRY COPELAND SAILORS Football '56, '57, '58, '595 Track '56, '57, '58, '59g Block Letter Club '58, '59g Junior Play Cast '58g Junior-Senior Speaker '58: .lunior-Senior Decoration Committee '58, Le Cercle Francais 153, '59, Treasurer '58. MICKEY ELIZABETH SALTER xI.H.A. '55, '56q Yellow Izzrkvf '57g Junior-Senior Decoration Com- mittee ,534 Future Teachers '59q Ycllou' Iafkez' Typist '59. WILLIAM GERALD SARRATT Cheerleader '56q Student Council '58g junior-Senior Decoration Committee '58, JOHN WILLIAM SELF, JR. Baseball '56, '57, '58, '59g Class Treasurer '57g Junior-Senior Theme Selection Committee 558, Enterniinment Committee '58g Football '58, '59g Class Vice President '58, '59q Block Letter Club '58, '59, I Dick welcomes Parker, Pot, Ann, Celia, Henry cincl Gerry To his house for 0 porty. THE SENIORS ' l959 RELNED MANY MEMORABLE OCCASIONS ON CLASS DAY GERALDINII ADEIAINIZ SIEIXIIQROTII Snflifxfllllw lXwsiwt.1i1t Arlili-rip lfililui' '5l7: Most X1-rmnilc '59g King Lrltin C.lulw '56, '571 Yrlfnu' fwfr! '57, '58, l'CCl1 '591 l5L'l.l Cflulw '50. PARKER HENRY SPIAW HENRY CllNNll"slGHAN SlMlN'lONS llunior-Ssnior llucruixitiun Committee '58, l,c Ccrclc l"l'.lI1LllS '58, l..1lin clllll5 '56, '57, 'l'l'.lL'lx '56, '57: lfootlxlll '57, '5Sg Bom Club '59g l5ut.1C.lulw '58, 59, Most C,ourtcous '59, '53, '5l7: Bus l7i'ix'ur '59, RICHARD BRINSLEY SI-IIZRIDAN I'A'l'RlfIli l7lll,ANO SIZIENORIC l31xys'CQl1cii'Lis '56, Scllltflflllfl S.llL'SIN.lI'I '56, lVl.l l.!X. '56, '57, 5ccuml l'l'l'5l'l1VPl llixlir ,lU11lUI' f'U1NI11lll'.'L' '57: Allnliw Visual Clulw '57Z C,runsul'56,'57,Spcci.1l lJClCQ.1lCUDSILllCl,.lllI1Cl0I1VCI1Il0l1'571'5l5Q l'I'UI11flUI11I11lllL'C '57, llunlm' l'l.U'cl0l11I11llIL'C '58, l'lrvvnur'cJui1i C.l1.1i1'm.in '57g Stualcnl Clrvungil '56, '57, '58, Cum- niunity C enter King '57: llunirmr Class 'l51'ci1sLll'ci' '58, C50-L'l1.1ll'l11.lI1 KQlil.lA lilllfllfflzfx SlVll'l'll lunim' l'l.1y' 5-l5lCl'tlL'l-CL0l1?l'I1lIKL'L'v'5l5Q-LlLlI1lUl' l'l.i.y Sclccliun Cluniinil- AI.l l,!X, '56, '57g ilirlx' c'l1l1I'LlN '56, '5'5 Gil-lf Afhlcric Club '57g uc '58, .Inuirvr-Suniorv ilu-me Selection Qrminiiiittcu' '58, llrospilalily IQIKIXL-ilmll 'qjv 'gg' 'g-,Q 5,,H,,H, IINAV, Typixl 'gn' Cmrmmitlcc 58, Spcuml IJCCOIIIUUII C,0mmitlcc '58, NILIIIIOI'-SCIIIUI' ' Spgyilxur '58g Yfllfiu' liukw! Stall '58, lJclcg.1lc Lu lloys' Smtc '58, CAROIAYN ANN S'l'lilJlll2NS 'X - A - ' '- J ' - 1- ' ' ' - 1' ' ' -v - w - . . . 5.lir:l,isL1L il-lrnm Rfill 58,, lalmxlc LLflLl-c,lLIl1 58, 59., lool'l1.1ll -l,l l.!X. 56, 5x5 lluiiiui'-Suiiioi' l7ucoi'.11iun c'Ul'I1l11lllCL' '53, ,llIl110V- 57, 53, 592 l5-l5lxL'll5-Ill 554. 591 5CUlUl' fllilv l'l'1'SILlC'N 591 8ini6r'I'iqIwi C'ommillcL"582 Yrllrrll' ,1I1'kl'f 'l'Yl'l5l 'SQ' fi N GERALDINE ADELINE SENEROTE Plans to be a nurse . . . Earnest in all endeavors . . . Finishes a job well . . . Cooperative . . . Cheerful and gay, , , , Loves to play jokes. PARKER HENRY SHAXV DoeSn't often reveal his true, witty personality . . . Can really hoola hoop . . . Precise . . . Will always get ahead because of his determination. RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN Leader of the senior class . . . Blond crew-cut, blue eyes . . . Loves football and basketball . . . Popular plus. as ' are at A Q 5 . i TN ' 4Nwf-'1 I 5 HENRY CUNNINGI-IAM SIMMONS Smart . . . Never makes it to homeroom . . . Wfilling to help whenever needed . . . Reliable . . . Good as his word. PATRICK DELANO SIZEMORE Always smiling and cutting-up . This boy just couldn't stay away fr ole' N.A .... A tIirt . . . Unusual sense of humor. CELIA REBECCA SMITH Exciting . . . Neat . . . Barrel of fun . . . Pretty hair . . . Prankish . . . Cn and lighthearted . . . A favorite 1n shorthand class. CAROLYN ANN STEPHENS Can really take a joke . . . Nice, swe t i disposition . . . Pleasant . . . Reliable and sincere . . , Pure of mind. gawk ri. Z ,,,, ----' - 7 if ELIZABETH ANNE SULLIVAN Quiet disposition . . . Sweet and sin- cere . . . Beautiful red hair . . . Inter- esting eonversationalist . . . Conseienti- ous about all her duties. IWARIAN LORRAIN TUIJOR Quiet . . . Neat . . . Seems to be serious all the time, but she's not . . . Enjoys a joke . . . Makes friends easily. MARY I-IARRIETT VAUGI-IN Iurnishes her friends with lots of laughs . . . "Br.1inyI' . . . Neatly dressed A . . Doesn't seem to worry about anyf thing . . .An individualist. PATTY JANE STEWART Very attractive, wears beautiful clothes . . . cooperative in every worthwhile activity . , . Will always succeed be- cause of her ambition and determina- tion. DONNA CAMILLE STROTHER Eull of fun . . . Good basketball player . . . Great sense of humor . . . Has a way with boys , . . Pretty hairj My a ' f Awww ORREN WESLEY SUMMERS Small in stature but not in any other way . . .Great school spirit . . . Always happy and cheerful . . . XVell-liked, especially by the girls. QIEFFREY SCOTT TENNANT Smart and eilicient . . . Scientific mine . . . Minus his ring . . . Easy to under- stand and get along with . . . I-Ia: determination. W ,Mis yfluwu ,am YK R "VIN Pat, Jeff, Elizabeth, Donna, Marian, Hatsy, and Wesley are heading for the Beaufort game, the first of the season, THE SENICRS ' l959 ENJOYED A TRIP T0 CAROLINA-VIRGINIA FOOTBALL GAME PATTY JANE STEWART M.H.A. '56, '57, State Treasurer '58, Latin Award '57, Voting Delegate '58, Student Council '56, '58, Comwolei Club '57, '58, 991 Yellow ll1likt'f Staff '57, '58, '59, Editor '58, Homeroom Re- porter '57, '59, Salesman '56, '57, E.T.A. '56, '57, '58, '59, Home- room Chairman '58, Devotional Chairman '57, Junior Marshal '58, .lunior Play Publicity Chairman '58, Ticket Committee '58, Usher '585 Junior-Senior Invitation Committee Chairman '58, Decoration Committee '58, Homecoming Sponsor '58, '59, Mental Contest '56, Scholastic Honor Roll '56, '57, '58, Sizmlsjuzrx Sophomore Editor '57, Circulation Manager '59, Salesman '56, '57, Le Cercle Francais '58, '59, Chairman '58, President '59, Beta Club '58, '59, Best Dressed '59. DONNA CAMELLE STROTHER lPLA.'5e,'57,I2TiA.'57,'5s,'59, Gul? Athktm Club 57, Yellow Irzrkef Salesman '57, Girls' Athletic Editor '58, Basketball '57, '58, '59, Served at Football Banquet '57, ScIlIt!.flf7I1l'S Salesman '57, '59, Homecoming Sponsor '58, Junior Play Usher '58, Ir.-Sr. Decoration Committee '58, Baccalaureate Serman Usher '58, Samf- Xpurx Staff '59. ELIZABETH ANN SULLIVAN M.H.A. '56, '57, Comwolie Club '56, Le Cercle I:l'.1DC.lIS '58, '59, Girls' Chorus '56, Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '58, Beta Club '58, '59. ORREN VVESLEY SUMMERS Basketball '56, Baseball '56, '57, '58, '59, Block Letter Club '56 '57,'58,'59. ' AIEFFRE Y SCOTT TENNANT M.H,A. '56, '57, llr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '58, Assistant Bus Driver '58, Bus Driver '59, Beta Club '58, '59, Beta Club Treas- urer '59. MARIAN LORRAIN TUDOR ,I-H.A. '56, '57, Girls' Athletic Club '57, Served at Football Ban- quet '57, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '58, E.T.A. '59- Yellfiu Iclfkvf Typist '59. IVIARY I-IARRIETT VAUGHN Yrffuiz' Intake! Art Editor '58, li y i . 133, f Wav' fffff 'H 5 v, ,gf ff, S, I i '1' L 12' . , , ,f- , f, I 5' wf 47,9 - 5 1, I " af Z" " I I My , ' 427' ff 42' fav. ff fn' 'mi 7, ' ,f , hi f? , . ff Q ? hit ff' I i M v ,,f, 2 , ,Q f' ,,,, ' 2 6 V ii 2 5 ss 58 812 , PWQ N i "1 Q K an css 1 ff ,588 4 X 'wx X P! ,i asm if 68 8, 5988678871 V .ivw 1 f f '5 835 A si, f I A 1 f f ?Y?Z 'P if if if X sff ,QD ff f ' ' Q ' 4 JW ' Leon and Chorley ore grilling hot clogs for Pcif, Brenda, Mary, Lindo, and Doris. THE SENIORS ' l959 FACED GRADUATION Wim MIXED EMOTIONS GRADY LEON WALDEN Boys' Chorus '56, Band '56, '57, Track '57, '58, '59, jr.-Sr. Place Card Committee '58, Le Cercle Francais '58, '59. MARY HUTTO WALKER M.H.A. '56, S6lIItlXf7Ill'.Y Salesman '57, Girls' Athletic Cltlb '57, Yrllouf frlekel Staff '57, '58, Salesman '59, F.T.A. '56, '57, '58, '59. PATRICIA ANNE XVATKINS Attendance Honor Roll '56, Al.H.A. '56, '57, P.T.A. '57, Girls' Athletic Club Award '57, Yrllult' lurke! Staff '58, Comwolei Club '59, Basketball '57, '58, '59. DORIS ELIZABETH WELLS xI.I-LA. '56, '57, Homeroom Chairman '56, '57, Girls' Athletic Club '57, E.T.A. '58, '59, Vice President '59, junior Play Make Up Committee '58, Yellrzu' fucker Typist '59, Most Courteous '59. BRENDA JOYCE XVILLIAMS Most Dependable '56, Yellow Iaekef Salesman '56, lf.H.A. '56, '57, '59, Vice President '56, President '57, Vice President of District lll '57, Miss tI.H.A. '57, Girls' Chorus '57, Girls' Athletic Club '57, l5.T.A. '56, '57, '58, '59, Vice President '58, Comwolei Club '57, 432 '58, Szzzzzlxjuzrs Salesman '57, Jr. Editor '58, Business Manager '59, Girls' State '58, Vice President of Student Council '53, Jr. Play Poster Committee Chairman '58, Cheerleader '57, '58, '59, Jr.-Sr. Speaker '58, Beta Club '58, '59, Le Cercle Francais '58, '59, Treasurer '59, Homecoming Sponsor '59, Most Ambitious '59, Devotional Chairman '59, CHARLES ANTHONY WILLIAMS Baseball '56, "57, '58, '59, Basketball '56, '57, '58, '59, Football '56, '57, '58, '59, Track '57, '58, '59, Block Letter Club '56, '57, '58, '59, Vice President '58, Beta Club '58, '59, Most Ambitious '57, Sim' Player of the Wfeelt '57, '58, '59, Hemlif Player of the XVeel4 '59, Student Council '56, '57, Most Athletic '59. LINDA ANN WISE Scholastic Honor Roll '56, Cheerleader '56, '57, '58, '59, Head Cheerleader '58, '59, Basketball '56, '57, '58, '59, ScIlltI'XfHIl'5 Sales- man '57, ,I.H,A. '56, '57, Girls' Athletic Club '57, Yellmt' Iuelzel' '57, Class Secretary '57, '58, Best All Round '57, '58, Comwolei Club '58, Community Center Queen '58, Student Council '59: lf.ll.A. '59, Le Cerele Francais '58, '59, Secretary '58, Homecom- ing Queen '59, Most School Spirit '59. GRADY LEON XVALIJEN Right in the middle of every deed gf mischief . . . Eriendly and likeable . . , His main interest is in Beech Island. MARY HUTTO XVALKER "Never do today what can be put off until tomorrow" . . . Appetite for any kind of excitement . . . Real cute! N-,mx PATRICIA ANNE XVATKINS Fun-loving and Carefree . . . A regular bundle of joy . . . Loves sports, es- pecially basketball . . . Lively . . . Tal- ented . . .Pretty face and hair. vffff"'L-:f."' fff l- V , , ZZ, if 0 a f ff C - '1 7 I riii I X , ,, ',,z. 4 'Y f 1 'Q , J f f 6 f M ,f 7 gf if -,'.1fp'..: 0, ,f A ff N f' , Viffifi, "AQ f J 'ts DORIS ELIZABETH WELLS "As sweet as sugar" . . . Easy to know and fun to be with . , . A loyal friend . . . Gets along with everybody. 'V' F5 Q11 Aff BRENDA JOYCE WILLIAMS A future Teresa Brewer . . . Happiness is contagious . . . Full of pep with that ever-winning smile . , . A worthy per- son never to be forgotten. CHARLES ANTHONY XVILLIAMS "Everyone ICIIUZLIY what he lilsesa' . . . It's hard to keep up with his jackets . . . He can easily confuse anyone . . . Great football player! LINDA ANN W'lSE A favorite with everyone . . . Out- standing in everything she does . . . Full of pep . . . Head Cheerleader . . Cute and .1 wonderful personality. MARY JANE XVILSON XVILLIAM HENRY NVOODWARD Interesting and delightful to know . . . Studies only when necessary . . . Not a Plans a career in nursing . . . Polite . . . clre in the world . . . Never too busy Friendly . . . Good to have as A1 friend. to smile or go to Edgefield. Jane and Judy onxiously wciit for Bill to finish his Telephone conversation. JUDITH LAVERNE YONCE Precious things come in small packages . . . Her eyes are her jewels . . . Barrel of fun . . . Her locker seems to attract strange objects. THE SENIORS - T959 BROUGHT THEIR SCHOOL ACTIVITIES TO A CLOSE ON JUNE 4 MARY JANE WILSON F.H.A. '56, '57, '59, Treasurer '57g Served at Junior-Senior '57: M.H.A. '57, ,534 F.T.A. ,56, '57, ,58, ,59Q Jr.-Sr. Theme Committee '58, Decoration Committee '5S. WILLIAM HENRY WOODWARD North Augusta High School '59, JUDITH LAVERNE YONCE Jackson High School: Homecoming Sponsor '58g Junior lwl21l'Sl1.1l '5Sg Assistant Business Manager of Wfwrior '58g Class Beauty '58g J.H.A. '5Rg Junior Play Committee '5S: North Augusta High School: J.H.A. '56, '57g Attendance Honor Roll '56, '57q Served at Junior-Senior '57q l7.T.A. '59g Yellow' Iavfcrf Typist '59g Cutest '59. sw f 7"W3'x'r Swv x ff: 5 5 . X D S Judy Herring, Jean Bradley, and Miss Todd receive the news by teletype of Sandspurs placing tirst in the Columbia Scholastic Press Competition. This book also won tirst place in the contest sponsored by the National Schol- astic Press Association. SENIOR MEMORIES.. As graduation nears Seniors begin to 'think seriously ot college. Senior Betas welcome college representa- tives who helped 'them with their decisions concerning college. f tr' At the banquet honoring the football team, who are South Carolina AA Champions, a total of 76 iackets and letters were presented. Seven l k th team. These were Dick Day, Dick Brown, John Douglas, Jerry Priestley payers were singled out for individual awards for their wor on e Lanny Montgomery, Charley Williams, and Dick Sheridan. 4? I . Q' f ff ' 3' fix-V f--Q.. Sammy, Jimmy, Margit, and Gerry discuss iunior activities after school. Judy Alexander Sammy Anderson Jimmy Andrews Michael Aronl Jimmy Arne-1. Michael Bailey Camilla Baker Edward Bullard Carolyn Banks M, C. Baxley Brenda Berry Richard Blanchard Earl Blevins Barbara Blifchingion cinda Bodie Tommy Boclie Julia Boone John Boyd Don Boykin Ann Bradley George Bradley 'Nayne Brinkley Melba Brown Mary Lee Burkhalier Charlohe Bussey Jimmy Calamas James Calhoun Hilclreih Callaway Ann Callicoff Sieve Carler Tomrny Cashwell Sharon Caswell Tom Cole Donny Cooper lNal!on Cooper .- i wr' .7 S' , M1551 I fill ' f W f 1 6 ' 5 f f f X 7, f . We My-Q ? ' W J Y ? fag' 1 lik ' cw' CW I A 7fQaw,,,.,f - A V W y Z, , .I I fwgm 4? .. , W ' I ,yi 'V 'HO A ,V V -1 'fm . l v zu' 7 ,I 313.3 .. xv. ' A V fum., .6 ,,,, 1 WORKED TO JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS GERRY FERGUSON . . Pl't'KiL1,l'l7f JIMMY ANDREWS . Vit-F SAMMY ANDERSON MARGIT HAYWOOD MEET THEIR BUDGET ., ,,,, V . f L J i T ' , 5 4 A fx' . A f . fc F. W X. if wa 9155 f -. , fs , 5 . - - ' if X wg, ., , V -.5 ' ze mn.. W ' ,V " ..,,. ' 1, H " ,, .. i s ,- P!'t'.Yfl1,f'71f . Sr'r'1'cfa1'y . Tl'l'dSZlI'F1' x S Q S V x R 4 7 x NB Y i A I . . ,f x .... . , 3,735 6 ,,.. 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Joyce Culbertson Billie Davis Earl Davis Buddy Day Dickey Day Walter Dederscheck Gaile Dickens Gary Dixon Frances Douglas Jane Quinn Doyle Olivia Dufiell Berry Durden Lillian Dye Dan Edwins Glenda Faglie Jack Fallaw Linda Fallaw Gerry Ferguson Nancy Firby Birdie Flemisfer Kay Florie Dianne Folk Danny Ford James Fowler Doris Gardner Claudia Gibson William Godwin Ronny Golden Jimmy Grant Robin Graybill Jewell Greene Warren Griffin Pafsy Hall Edward Hamilton Paul Hanshaw Myra Hardman John Harley Bill Harper Charlene Harier Charles Harfer Ben Harville Pam Hayes Mm! flffJlf'fi1' Moxf Popular .MQ . . . Moxf Dz'jn"mfr1l1lv ln . MoxfAn1l2ifin11.r Bvxf All flfflllfltl Gerry, Sammy, James, Buck, and Jimmy admire one of the prized possessions of N. A. High. PLANNED THE JUNIOR-SENIOR M92 fs ' :V I ' 'V ax , " f ,. f , ' ' 3 my K - ,ff ,. f . W2 4' X- r X . H, 74' fi at I A: '1 7, Q. I :H LN ' A 5 it . J 31 in ii W' F' 9' 'G of .1 Z-:EH 'ew J ' ig , R '- :xl .::- If wb , A y A 4 n.. ff 4 L , 4. 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J. iw f or 4 l Wx: 1' , N Roy Hayes Jockel Haywood Margit Haywood .lo Hill Jo Ann Hires Bill Howe Gayle Howell Guy Hulbert Danny Hunf Gayle Hursf Charlene Hullo Martha Jeffrey Chester Jenkins Jackie Jones Oscar Jones Connie Keane Ann Kirkland Linda Koon Albert Langley Robert Lee Shirley Leopard lrisreen Lily Tonya Long Richard Lowe Carolyn Luiz Derryl Maye Milberr Mayson Ray McDonald Harold McEImu rry Bob McFarland Sarah McFarland Carolyn McLaurin Laura Meffs Carey Miller Jimmy Miller EDlTED THE NEWSPAPER M ' f A - ' 'A' " T .,,,,.,, e - 1 4 of is sf f ff-r s is , so ' VV ,jf ,gg cii V , 4 ,, h 4 A Lil L , Q if , ' L r-r-r"" X r ,,... if i M Q r X f Z" f' , f ' ,Q ' , , " ' 1 1 ' " 'f ' 'f A . i' lf f ' in ......,.,. ' ,- f : 4 U " life 4 1 K 1 In Al A VVV A Vi f V ....- ,H -V A fy., "" ' A ' , , V ,V VV V 1 - ,, J' ' ' 1 's 6.4. ...ri ' I I X ef' f ' ' , V , ,. N V X I VV , ' xr., fn N 5 C Z3 V 1 f 4 r I- 3 52'v::Z:i A , 'f Z i '- ... 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Don Montgomery Aloha Moore Sherry Moore Sandra Morris James Mumford Jimmy Nicholson Frank Oakley Betty O'Berry Cecil Oliver Charlotte Orr Rusty Overton Pat Paxton Linda Peterson Patti Peterson Jerome Preetorius Jackson Ramsey James Rape John Rinehart Betty Robertson Paul Ruben David Rucker John Samples Ann Sanders Larry Schwartz Judy Sherill Jeri Simril Howard Smith, Jr. Adrian Stephens Billy Stevens Brenda Story Betty Jo Strom Elaine Strom Kay Sumner Betty Talbert Martha Templeton Wyatt Theus Buck Thompson Rodney Thurmond Norman Tichnell Tommy Traylor Becky Turner Sue Twelkemeir Buck Tyler Dick Ulmer Don Vandergrift Ronald Vandergrift Carleton Vaughn Mimi Webb Ann Weeks George Welchel Bill Whitaker Ronald Whitlaw Nolan Wiggins Sara Williams Tommy Williams Marsha Wilson Charles Winburn Edward Woodruff Bonnie Wyatt Sandra Yost Mike Zier BECAME COMPETITORS FOR "OSCARS" IN JUNIOR PLAY Wig. me E kr X 5 s I S ,rt 5, " 5 Allu 5 .5 5 ' 5 5, 4 -v-t 5, .5 A 1? i f f 5 X! 5 5 if 55 A C5 . . 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K BILL DALY . , JACK oUzTS PENNY FLOYD BOBBY BURNS REUNITED BEGAN YEAR S WORK AS A WHOLE Flrsf Row Carole Martln Cecelra Muller Judy Berry Rosnland Herndon Frankne Dosfer Jane Sumerau, Bonnie Brinkley Janice Johnson lrls Hnghlower Mass Bryant Second Ro 1 Eunice Wafers Nell Wynn Martha McLaurnn Carolyn Goodwin Ethel Bradley Peggy Leopard, Martha Franklnn Jamce Napner Carolyn Capers Catherlne Irby Thrrd Ro Helen McCorkle Regema Srnnh Cynthia Long Phyllns Samples Par Montgomery, Becky Rourk, Kathy Christy Terr: Hammack Penny Floyd Duane Gibbs r 1' 'Tx Vu 9' 4 'my ' fm Mf First Row: Kay Bullington, Renee Main, Sabra McDaniel, Kay Sheridan, Betsy Thurrnond, Lovelia Whatley, Mr. Grayson. Second Row: Edward Wright, Virgil McKie, Jac Frost, Elizabeth Cook, Faye Hobbie, Lynda Wright, Ronnie Nappier, Ge-ry Clark. Third Row: Jon Tennant, Jack Ouzts, Sonny Phail, Jerry Priestley, Richard Peterson, T Scales, Jimmy Turner, Raymond Swann. S O P l'l O M O R E S WERE PROMINENT IN ALL Pl-1Asfs or SCHOOL urs SUPERLATNES JACK UUZTS MOU' A lllfvifirzm JOYCE ,IOHNSQN Mow' Dvfwlnfufvlf' JERRY PR IESTLEY Mun' flffvlvfif' JUNE BARTON it 4 Moxl Pujmlur , 2 - K BETSY THURMOND Bcsf All Rouml ' r Jack, June, Betsy, Joyce, and Jerry enioy a song- fest in the gym during the break. l . him , My A, f fit , I fs k,,, 7 ,FN ,ww ,Awww ...: :.. ...,,- J ::,-1:,, - ,, W Mwwyffyrf ,,,M.,0, Qsijfgfi ifhlf' ,J XW . ,1. for 3 3 ,sin f Q4 af M f 4 f , fn g m s Q SOPHOMORES 4 Q f ffff ?Z?WW?W7WW?WWvW f 4 f, fefxf.fsf,.msf-ff-1 ,, Q f aff-fsf Y mf 7 f f ' zfzfiifffffilf 1692 Seniors, Leon Walden and Ann Haskell, show superiority 'to John Altoonian and Joan Her- ring cluring sophomore initiation. WERE DRESSED IN STYLE FOR INITIATION First Row: Barbara McKinnon, Linda Neely, Dianne Austin, Beth Parkes, Sharra Mullinax, Joyce Johnson, Pat Blandenburg, Mary Martin, Miss Jones. Second Row: Gary Twelkemeier, Deloris Allen, Sandra Hanlcinson, Joan Herring, Ann Blevins, Beverly Borden, Linda Graves, Bobby Walton. Third Row: John Altoonian, John Yost, Jack Howard, Bill Smart, LeRoy Daniels, Raymond Brewer, David Bell, Dana Folsom. ? M ts is .ff SQ J , ' A X V 'IM A' ? ' X S X S . sim, Q., Ns X i s - x X ,xeseivigsr ev - .- in T sw X SN i X si 'NXSQQ X XV xx Q X S, X , , VW' X X P1 l 'W WX gf ,I , . Q' ? Firsf Row: Sara Jones, Marya Moseley, Janet Peeples, Lynne Rowell, Ann Moore, Alice Twiggs, Carole Miller Lynn Lawson Miss Dawson Second Row Kennefh Boland Arfhur Perry, Beffy McCall, Leila Walker, Dianne Hicks, Billie Ann Smith, Floyd Fowler, Charles Bates, James Powell Third Row Make Hanna Donnie Hudson Bobby Barlms dale, Leslie Murphy, Sian Lever, Richard Monrgomery, Don McAfee, Leonard Drummond, Toby Warren Laura Haskell, Ronnie Nap- pier, and Lynn Lawson pre- sent travel talks To the class. 5 O P l'l 0 M 0 R E S ILLUSTRATED THEIR TRAVEL TALKS WITH POSTERS rv' , f X , A 2 Wi- . I. . , NJ 1 f 1 f ZW: 'f A L W- mal fi Q R X QA' kkfxvri A s A., R444 wi ,XL MW WWA ,, ag' .Q 5 63 an . A 'L ,N Y lu Wi' ' AS' WL: 1 KX., fe wf N, 'WWI e SA X5 ,y u ,Q If ex' A ,mb W y Q - - . 49,5 ss, r Tw 'Nz fr "'i:'- N X X Xi wax Y' -A is A V. N f ox - ee 'xhg 50 uf Ned Baynham and Billy Gregory compare motors with Bill Denny and George Taylor. S Q P l'l 0 M O R E S HAD A wins VARIETY or iN1EREsTs Firsf Row: Anne Graves, Belly Jean Berry, Doi Sounders, Faye Moore, June Kilby, June Barion, Mary Murphy, Shirley Dorris, Mr. Buist. Second Row: Cap Prescoif, George Taylor, Peggy Andrews, Janice Wells, Laura Haskell, Lindo Anderson, Mary,Jo Williams, Patsy Bodie, Scotty Higgins, Third Row: Wallace Pierce, Russell McClain, Loyd Towle., Soo Sherr, Charles Wren, Bill Denny, Paul Hyer, Jerry Harbuck, Jerry DeVine. Li W " -. 1 Z e ,J ll J A l Q V ' I 'W ,M Z Y lf J sf , ' .rff - Q First Row: Ray Dunagan, Butch Gay, Milne DeGennaro, Tammy Belding, Tommy Boland, Andrew Johnson, Birkie Ayer, Mr. Lowe, Second Row: James Connell, Lewis Black J h K B'll H ' ' ' ' o ri oon, I arrison, Edward Johnson, Larry Duvall, Johnny Harris, Bill Daly, Tommy Bullard. Third Row: Paul Dill, Scottie Hooker, Billy Gregory, Ned Baynhom Richard Boland, Charles Barber, Billy Mitcham, Robert Moore. SOPHGMORES Kay Sheridan, George Taylor, Faye Hobbie, Ann Blevins, Bobby Walton, and Jerry Bell discuss their projects tor American Edu- cation Week. OBSERVED AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK 7 tl lil lliil 1 229 .V f 1 Jerry Bell and Mary Murphy study the parts of the body in The Biology Lab. S O P l-l 0 M Q R E S SHOWED INTEREST IN CLASSROOM Acrivmfs Firsf Row: Jeane11e Baynham, Martha Dyer, Barbara Blackstone, Tessa Wadford, Brenda Johnson, Dean Dockins, Pafricia Crouch, Mr. Gault. Second Row: Robert Whafley, Paul Bunch, Ann Culbreafh, Barbara Ganlf, Beffe Wycofl, Pal Newman, Garry Holland, Don Manly. Third Row: Tony Redd, Lee Jones, Bill Phillips, Jerry Bell, George Miller, Andy McElrnurray, Roy Hart, Grover Simmons, Bob Bollon. WW 27' , W f ,T y "f'V """" 5 I ,, ,. , ' v if ,ff ,, , fr , 1 Y t A T f W' if f' 1, .W , , 5 '72 f. , M 1 X? W f uf X 1 ,i W, ,.,f 1 1 1 l. ,, W v , ww, .5 l V' 2 1 l I 1' ll V x .A N- ,,,., ' af. -r 3 Y' f f rf I ,,f .. sw ' "xg X X X Y 1 i im x X ,Q N X S .s n H, 2' My f f .. 4 f :Vw 1 0 f is .... . , 4 V 1" '-:rf , s:sm::e" W , f W 4 f 'I f r Y , y f 1 , W W K, X Miff of IWW f f First Row: Kressey Mitchum, Linda Morgan, Joyce Sims, Sara Trimmier, Celeste Walden, Jerrie Garvin, Rachel Smith, Mary Ann Rogers Miss Clark Second Pow C Coates, Ralph Gould, Jean Hamilton, Sandra Norris, Kathy Watkins, Virginia Widener, Melvis Marshall, Deanna Wyland Leon Holloway Third Row Johnny Beam Andrew Ballard, Louis Lee, Lloyd Stahl, Stan Flowers, Bobby Burns, Richard Bailey, David Bryan, Jack Phillips. Celeste Walden puts finishing touches on the bulletin board as Jean Hamilton and Louis Lee look on. JOIN UPPERCLASSMEN IN SALUTING THE FINE ATHLETIC TEAMS ga r 1 fx X ti it t i -f5t0Y Chapter II ff" Xu p ., ,, , 1 W . --N: -I - Q - , - vi. ,, is - . iuz, I: 'r , . , mtv' L . 4 . I. rc'- g '- , , . x I A tw A to We X? ACTIVITIES Chapter Two shows the students participating in the many different activities offered at the school. A pep rally, like this one, is held every week in assembly during footh:1II and basketbaii season. This is just one of the ways the students Create and show interest in the game. Sm ' 4 vim, W haf? Miss Frances Todd, our faithful and devoted adviser, spent end- less hours guiding our efforts to make this annual a success. JUDHH HERRWG BRENDA WILLIAMS Educ' Business Manager I ff, 7 f We hm CHARLOTTE LAW JOYCE ANN LOWE Senior Editor Feature Editor ff, ,ns r f 'fy f ,, .. f L , SANDSPURS STAFF PRESENTS STORY OF N. A. IN T959 Worliiiig together on various projects for the annual was an exciting challenge for the Samfxjmrx staff. Writing copy, drawing layouts, taking pictures, and soliciting ads kept the staff working feverishly to present an annual different and better than any other. The staff had their good days as well as their bad but their work never faltered. To obtain helpful criticisms, the Sll1'ltI,Sl7lll'X staff used the gradingg on the previous year's annual from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, which rated the book first in AA schools for 1958. The arrival of the yearbook was the culmination of the year's activities for the annual staff and its tireless and devoted sponsor, Miss Frances Todd. In assembly on class day the editor presented the first annual to an eager student body. Before hand there were many speculations as to whom the annual would be dedicated. Excited and pleased, the students hurried out of the gymnasium to gather autographs from their friends and express their joy in having a new annual. As the years go by the students will always be able to bring back memories by looking at their 1959 Saizrfxlbzzrs. LINDA BURNSIDE Advertising Manager JEAN BRADLEY Photographic Editor SANDRA HEATH BARRY P1115 Activities Editor Aff-,lefgc Edgfo, 'SUV A X f X A' f f Z K y i K ,y ff f U f 7 f ff f , ,Wm fwww l. , W we fr X' The editor ond photographic editor di- rect 'the 'taking ot pictures. BETSY REUTTER Literary Editor Aff Editor BUDDY REDDIC W KAY SHERIDAN BARBARA DAUGHERTY Sophomore Editor Typist Chairman SHARON CASWELL Junior Editor ANN BRADLEY Junior Editor WDW PAT STEWART Circulation Editor DICK SHERIDAN Ass. Athletic I X X J x v! if M Z: Q Y4hxn, rf, vo fNWm , 5 l 5 1 t Typists, Carolyn Bivens, Joyce McDaniel, Levona Page, spent tire- Salesmen: Standing, T. Belding, L. Morgan, J. Herring, C. Orr, less hours typing material, L. Fallaw, G. Faglie, J. Peeples, L. Haskell, J. Jones, M. Webb. Sitting: J. Baynham, D. Gibbs. MANY HOURS OF EFFORT POURED INTO l959 SANDSPURS. Ads, ads and more ads had to be sold to meet the amount set up in the budget for the ,59 Si111Jxjv111'x. During a three-weeks, drive the senior class sold almost 53000 worth of advertising in order to make the 9 X 12 yearbook possible. An interesting assembly pro- grain kicked oft the enthusiastic campaign for the sale of the annual. Each section in school competed in the contest to see which one would be the hrst to have 100 per cent of its members buying a yearbook. As usual, almost the entire student body JOHN DOUGLAS bought annuals. 11B. Mrs. Godfrey's homeroom, was the hrst sec- tion to be IUOW. The staff worked very closely with the typists, who spent tireless hours in typing the material. They Worked so efficiently that the copy was done exceptionally well this year. Many long hours of effort were poured into the 1959 Sf17ItFSl7Ill'S. The staff and all its helpers were determined to produce a book worthy of its theme and of the school. Ass. Photographic Editor MARGARET Busssv WANDA CORLEY MARTHA GRAYBILL ffmwfw HARRIET HOWARD KAY McMAHAN DONNA STROTHER 5 NNW SQ 1, . X.. RICHARD PAYNE as W JUDITH PARKER TAC yw Q W f Ae I X . Q We . , g gl. , t K X . f W f f f M f get W 5! 01 K 'R 9 +6 ,W Ni A S 3 5 Z "" QP 5 Back Row: S. Yost, J. Alexander, J. Peeples, M. Murphy, Mrs. Murphy, A. Kirkland, L. Metts, A. Callicatt, S. Moore, J. Ramsey, T. Long, S. Hankison, E. Pentecost, C. Hutto. Front Row: B. Davis, C. Walden, G. Howell, L. Davis, A. Twiggs, Mrs. Brown, C. Gibson, B. Borden. YELLOW JACKET REPORTS TOP NEWS EVENTS ON CAMPUS XVords! XVordsl Wfords abound in the dictionary and the thesaurus. Using these words effectively to ereate fresh, entertain- ing features, to report interestingly the news, and to command or suggest editorially, the Yullou' Itlrkef won all-state rating. Ifrom the artists' pen emerged pictures highlighting features and school scenes. Selling subscriptions, buying supplies, keeping records and delivering papers offered business training. To learn from other schools and experienced nexvspapermen, the '"V-wmtswmmxwf+W"""W""' R l MW, .am Senior Typing Class made up the production staff for The Yellow Jacket. staff attended thc district and the state meetings. A convention climaxed the yC.ll'IS work bv rewarding individuals and the statt for their varied work. STAFF LAURA METTS . . . . Iftfifur'-111-Cflief ELAINE PENTECOST . . HI!Nlllt'X.X Maflizgw' JACK RAMSEY . . . . . Bop Sjforfx SANDRA HANKINSON ,..... . Girlt Sjmrfs ALICE TXVIGGS. CELESIE NYALDEN . .... Ari BUDDY REDDIC, LELA DAYIS ..... Senior Aifz'iiei'.t MISS LAWRENCE, MRS. MURPHY, MRS. BROXVN AJi'i.wizt Laura Metts presents Bill Self with a copy of the special edition following the State Championship Football game. 1,fr"4' f .,f I 'iz X Jimmy, John, Mrs, Hammond, and June make plans 'for bulleiin board :on1esf. OFFICERS ,IOI-IN DOUGLAS . . P 1'l'.x ill 1711 I JIMMY CALHOUN . . V1 1'L' P z'1'x irfwzf ,TUNE BARTON . S 1'1-1-f- 2' fzz- y-T 1'4'1r.x If 1'4' r MRS. HAMMOND . . Arlzdwi' Siffing: F, Douglas, M. Mosley, J. Herring, J. Johnson, K. McMahon, J. Lowe, I. Gar Webb. Standing: B. Harrison, D. Edwins, J. Ccilamas, J. Ouzts, R. Day, J. Kilby, M. STUDENT COUNCIL PLANS AND EXECUTES PROJECTS FOR N. A. "ln order to maintain proper standards in all high school activities." . . . Cooperation was the key note to the work of the Student Council. Wforking together in many ways, mem- bers improved the school community. "The Student Council shall be composed of oilicers of the student body and of one representative from each homeroom, two members from the Senior Class elected at large by the class, and one member from the -Iunior Classf, . . . Last spring after a weeklong seige of campaign speeches student body officers were elected. Membership of the Student Council was com- pleted in September by the election of homeroom representa- tives and the three members at large, two from the Senior class and one from the Junior class. "lt shall be the duty of the Student Council." , . .The mem- bers sought solutions to student problems, such as senior privi- leges and longer recess. They made arrangements for half-time entertainment at the homecoming game, and at Christmas time they sponsored a bulletin board contest. Another of their accomplishments was setting up a new program which enabled students to buy extra milk at lunchtime. Members enjoyed an informal party following exams and a picnic during graduation week. More responsibility was delegated to the Student Council this year. With the continued cooperation of the student body, the Council will become the hub of all student activities. vin, M. Dyer, L. Wise, M. Templeton, B. Campbell, G. Ferguson, B. Pitts, S. Caswell M Mclaurin, W. Griflen, f . ,I W 64 . ' 4 1 ' E855 I lf 'BT E re "" if, fff' 'Z' W .ew f' ' ' . "" Y ,WWNV " X J if I 'F' f 7 f of . f ,f,, Q as W f,f, rt, , ,,f, 23. ' ,, W X Wi f ,J ff, I ' f ff ,, ,WWW f ,Y fe ,f .WM f ,f . f ff w f ,V f . ww ' Q fMmwwfW,WCWf,2wff w e 7 ,wr 'H MW f 'X Z f f 1 ' , , . 4 , jp S . Z ,,AA J it r B ,f X ' X , f f W NZ X , f 2, 'mf ff ff 7,153 X Q f f Standing: B. Barton, C, Law, E. Sullivan, M. Rich, C. Williams, P. Shaw, R. Morrison, H. Simmons, R. Payne, M. Judkins, B. Pitts, J. Douglas, J. Tennant, B. Reutter, S. Hatcher, M. Metts, J. Bradley, Miss Turner, Sitting: A. Haskell, L. Page, K. Rape, J. Herring, J. McDaniel, S, Heath, J. Parker, K. McMahon, J, Lowe, L. Burnside, P, Stewart, B. Foster, BETA CLUB MEMBERS ARE CHOSEN ON ACHIEVEMENT From the very beginning of high school ,lane Doe, average North OFFICERS Augusta junior, looked with anticipation toward the day when she BETSY REUT-1-ER would be eligible to become a Beta. Wfould she have the required CHARLQTTE LAW? . V average of 90? W'ould her teachers recommend her on the basis of JOYCE MQDANIEL , JEFF TENNANT . LEVONA PAGE . MISS TURNER character and cooperative attitude? The big day finally came when she received her invitation from the seniors during .in assembly program. The next Week was filled with whispered suppositions about what glamorous creations the seniors would dream up for initiation. Soon at the Exchange Club Fair jane found herself wandering among the Levono' ':l'C"l0"e' 'leg' Belslff JOYCQ let' Pl't'XlLllf'l1f P1'i'tiiI't'11f St't'i'efi11'y Tl'f'dSIl1'C'I' Re'fm1'fw' Aiilzisrfi' Crowds in her fatheris "long johns" and carrying an old rag doll. After the fair there was a party at Ann Haskellis home. At an impressive pinning ceremony she was formally instated with the largest group ever to have been received into the Club. Mrs. Marguerite Hammond explained the purposes of the Beta Club. She told the junior members to wear their Beta pins with pride, and never to do anything that would tarnish the Beta emblem. Jane took the pledge, promising to keep the ideals of honesty and service, and to help promote leadership among other students. Now that she was a full-fledged member she was proud to belong to one of the nation's greatest honor societies. Sfanding: Mr, Bouknighf, J. Boyd, A. Ballard, T. Belding. Bock Row: A. Graves, J. Koon, D. Bryan, J. Phillips, C. Prescoff, l- GFGVES, B. Phillips, J. Calhoun, R. Nuppier, S. Mullinax, J. Nicholson, A. Perry, C. Jenkins, T. Redd, A, Moore, A. Saunders. Fronf Row: C. Miller, B. Blifchingfon, E. Hamilton, L. Whafley, M. Rogers, K. Boland, C. Long, B, Wycofil, C. Orr, A. Weeks, J. Johnson, M. Willson, C. Bussey, L. Stahl, T. Wadforcl. VARIED ACTIVITIES HIGHLIGHT BAND SCHEDULE Every Friday morning during football season there was great excitement in the nir caused by the lively music of the band. Their playing increased school spirit during pep r.1IIies and at football games. Performing during half-time nt the games, they entertained spectators with music. fancy marching and interesting formations. Consisting of forty members, four majorettes and a drum major. the band entered the District and State Contests, where they re- ceived high ratings. Barbara Blitehington, who plays clarinet. was honored by being named to the All State Band. They participated in the United Fund Par.1de and the North Augusta And Augusta Christmas Pnrades. The North Au- gusta High School Band pays tribute 'ro the North Au- gusta fans. CHEERLEADERS CHEERED THE TEAMS TO VICTORY Throughout the year the vivacious cheerleaders continually boosted the school spirit at North Augusta High. During football season they introduced new yells and songs at the spirited pep rallies held in assembly each Friday. At the games they kept the enthusiasm high among the fans by planning and executing original stunts for entering the Held before games. The spectators were highly amused at the novel modes of transportation used-from the latest model convertible to cars of ancient vintage. Yelling at the basketball games helped add the extra pep needed to win when the going was hard. At the annual football banquet they were presented much deserved awards for the year's work. Betty Kilby, Linda Wise, Brenda Williams, Frances Douglas, Judy Berry, Melvis Marshall, Betty O'Berry, Martha Templeton. MAJORETTES ADD SPARKLE TO THE BAND "Heyl Keep that line straight!" This is the familiar cry of the drum major as he and the majorettes lead out in the parade forma- tion. They are one of the bright spots in the North Augusta High School Band. This past summer they attended the Southeastern Baton Twirling Clinic. where they spent the greater part of each day practicing new marches. twirls, and routines, These girls acquired many bruises and blisters before they were ready to perform in a parade, but it was worth the time and effort. Ingenious formations made by the band during half time activities at the football games were made more colorful by these high- stepping majorettes. To see them march was thrilling! Gayle Howell, Sharon Caswell, Kenny Jones, Sallie Palmer, Ann Moore . X Miss Lawrence, Jean, Joyce, Doris FUTURE TEACHERS PLANNED CAREERS IN TEACHING XVh.it qualities, traits, aptitudes are necessary to the successful teacher? This question and many more were answered through the programs of the Fzzfzm' Tmzi'fJz'1's Club. This organization participated in a variety of activities which gave them an insight into the teaching profession. The Paul Knox Chapter of the F.T.A. enjoyed babysitting for the area schools during P.T.A. meetings. A chapel program honoring the teachers of North Augusta High was presented dur- ing National Education Week. The ultimate objective of this club is to interest more young people to enter the teaching profession. OFFZCERS JEAN BRADLEY . . . . P1'esidr11z' DORIS WELLS . . . . . VIN' PrPSir1071f JOYCE ANN LOWE . MISS LAWRENCE . . SC'C1'FflIl'j1-T1'FdS1fl1'C'1' . . . . Adviser SAFETY OF STUDENTS IN HANDS OF N'A.'s BUS DRIVERS "Neither rain, nor sleet, nor snow, nor dark of night shall keep these couriers from their appointed routesf, This could easily have been the motto of the '59 North Augusta bus drivers, who were faced with each of these diiiicult weather conditions. Only once during the week of snow flurries did the icy roads detain them. Trained in the Aiken County Bus Drivers' School, these boys were capable drivers and were prepared to handle most any situation that should arise. Each morning one could see the drivers up before dawn to warm their buses and start their routes. Students all over the area de- pended on them to arrive safely at school and home again each day. Much responsibility was invested in these boys. , g.,,, Z fi 0 f We ,,- ff fy I J 4s f ' xl Standing: M. C. Box- Iey, John Douglas, Lanny Montgomery, Hugh Cook, Leslie Murphy, Michael An- drews, Bob McFarland, Allen Willingham, Henry Simmons, Ar- thur Bryon. Sitting: Barry Pitts, left Ten- nant, Robert Whotley. 5 99 6 'F X Var gy f MVIWM W y V V M ,gy ' 7 -: W 'R 5 Q I rf I M 3, J COMWOLEI CLUB KEPT THE LIBRARY IN ORDER Comradeship, work. and leisure are the hases of the Comyyolti Club, composed of girls giving time to library yvorls. They assisted the librarian by mending. shelving, processing. and checlsing out boolas. By means of attractive bulletin boards they called atten- tion to new books. Delegates xvere sent to district and state meeting where ideas yvere exchanged with other Comyvoleians. OFFICERS BETTY OXBERRH '.,. , . . . Prisrfifif XI.-XRTHA TEMPLETQN . . I'1i'i' Piisrfiiif KIOYCE CLJLBERTSOX . . . S. l-:'l fin'-i SHARON CASXYFLL . . T 2'4'l zszirtfi' MISS JONES , . .-llzzsir Martha, Miss Jones, Betty, Joyce, Sharon Le CERCLE FRANCAIS CREATES INTEREST IN SPEECH AND LAND Yoyez les folles toilettes francaises. Or "Dig those crazy French costumes?" These yvords of admiration could easily have been over- heard at the sidewalls cafe. setting of the annual Mardi Gras where French students. dressed in French costumes. enjoyed the fun and excitement of eating a French meal and choosing a queen and Ising. Another project. the state Modern Language Fun Day. was enjoyed immensely hy French Clula othcers. who participated in the slsits. First and second year French stticlcnts celebrated the Yiiletide season by caroling and talsing gifts to shut-ins. .-Xfteryvards a Christmas party was given at the home of Pam Hayes. These activities. together with the satisfaction of learning and gaining lsnoyvledge day hy day. made the French Cluh a success. Back Row: B. O'Berry, M. Haywood, B. Recl ' dic, S. Anderson, J Douglas, Mrs. God Frey, B. Priniup, J Sailors, D. Cooper, B Williams. Front Row mflsi J. Bradley, S. Heaih F. Douglas, G. Fag'ie M. Templeton, M. Webb, J. Jones, H. Calloway, J. Lowe, L. Burnside, P. Stewart. 5 S Back Row: Mrs, Brown, J. BCIYIOH, J. Ouzts, J. Her- ring, J. Humilion, B. Pif1's,J. Cczlhoun, Mrs. Godfrey. Front Row: C. Pres- coH, B. Ayer, D. Saunders, T. Wczcl- ford, L. Morgan, S. Jones, B. John. son. M. H. A. WINS STATE LATIN FORUM SKIT CONTEST What work, but what fun it was thinking of questions for the Quiz Kids. A glorious day was had at the State Latin Forum, where the skit "Everyday Latin in Sehooli' performed by North Augusta students, won first plaee. Never will any initiate forget the impressive pinning ceremony, or the "Trip Through Hadesfi and, as a climax, playing the part of a slave at the Roman banquet. Each Roman citizen will always keep his flowing toga and remeni ber the menu-from "ora ad malafl Adeste Fideles will recall th Latin Christmas carols sung to shut-ins and the delightful part afterwards. M.H.A. helped Latin students learn about the customs and dre: of the Romans, thus creating more interest in the language. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS ASSOCIATION PROMOTE HOME ARTS Penny, Ethel, Harriet, Miss Bryant, Lindo, Diane ,,.,,Aef X, The F.H.A. had a new name and theme this year. The Future Homemakers were headed "Toward New Horizons." Serving at the football and kluniorfSenioi' banquets was only the beginning of their accomplishments. There was the annual fashion show and a IVIother-Daugliter Banquet. In addition to these, the club operated an adoption ageney. Ifaeh elulw member "adopted" an aged person from the Old Ifollas Home in Augusta, hoping I0 bring .1 new light into their lives. IJIANIT CSIISISS . li'I'IIIiI, I5RAIJI.IiY . LINDA ISURNSIIJIV. IIIQNNY I"I.UYIJ , . I IARRIIYI' I IOXVARI5 MISS ISRYANI' . PI'c'Sf4I'c'llI' I'i'exiJei11' Ti'eas11i'e1' S4'r'I'efz11',Y Remidei' ll41l'JXl'I The Sandspurs stalT kicked oft their sales drive with an assembly program. 5 T il of P Each day lunch period is eagerly awaited by all The students. 2- 3 -as is Z 2 f ? s fx? 1 T s , T i i X Q ri X 5 Q Sam Woodring watches as Coach Gault presents the Star Player of the Year Award to Dick Day. 4 raised and lowered the flag each STUDENT ACTIVITIES W. rc .Af Marsha Metts' writing ability added that special touch needed by the annual staff. is A group of senior Beta members enioyed the amusements at the Exchange Club Farr YP'-XV f' 1 .J 5' Chapter lll 2 .ff 44 , Y I .W 'Q 'N x - . ij, T rib. 135+-" ,,--.-, . . . f. .., . 'xr'. ' , 0 K XX ' A . 'L f 1 -1. -,..: , -Z! . , L' '-'X' , ' fa-I ffm, J 33' 2.122-2 714-2-. 'Nj-.43,, fgglsfu. U . f '.' Tk- -,s,,J-g-'. -, " "5'.v1'- LN -'.'. . . -LQ-: gy.,-P '--.'.ur 5.1 . ' I -,-' -5 A A . , 'ijilwn is-j . 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C fmclw Cqlly Cmult is In-Id lwiglm un the Nl1HLlldL'I'N11f lux IL11I'I1 md 1lwl11,!11mLlnlulauut g'X'L'I'f'UI'lC .lftcr winning thu Suu- ,MX Clmlmpiwmlwip in fucmIbJH. x i e Q Y-. ws saw K .x .38 955. 'ary' ff? Q1 W1 Q W1 M1 M 1 ff ani 'J WAYNE BRINKLEY RONNIE BOLTON DICK sI-IERIDAN BRUCE CAMPBELL RICHARD PAYNE End Guard Halfback Halfback TGCHG FOOTBALL TEAM TAKES AA CROWN Bulldog Manders and Charley Williams stop a Musketeer as Bruce Campbell assists. Lanny Montgomery drives past an Aiken Hornet. NORTH AUGUSTA 6 BEAUFORT 0 Held to a 0-0 tie last year, the 358 Jackets scored on 21 12 yard pass in the second quarter for the only touchdown Of the game. Beaufort never posted L1 threat as the hardhitting Jackets stayed in the Tidal NYfave's territory most of the game. This victory ran the streak to 36. NORTH AUGUSTA 6 RICHMOND 0 A 92-yard drive defeated the Musketeers as the streak was upped to 37. Richmond had only two opportunities to score during the battle. N.A.'s stout defense made the difference. NORTH AUGUSTA 21 AQUINAS 0 The never-say-die Jackets turned in their usual brilliant perform- ance Chalking up their 38th victory. Starting slowly they picked up and were never threatened again. North Augusta completely dominated the game in statistics. NORTH AUGUSTA 12 BERKELEY 12 After trailing 6-ll, the Jackets rallied just before the half to tie. Following much uncertainty, the battle ended 12-12 bringing the record to 39 without defeat. NORTH AUGUSTA 20 L.B.C. 0 North Augusta made it -HT straight, rolling Over determined, but Outclassed Langley-Bath-Clearwater 20-0. Spectacular runs domi- nated the xTaCket's hrst home game of the season. NORTH AUGUSTA 19 GREER 7 The power packed llackets uneorlied a well balaneed offensive attack on Greer to add them to the list of yietims and upped the streak to -ll. Although Greer was liayOI'etl, they tell the sting of the Yellow ilaelyets and were Completely outplayed the entire game. JAMES GINGREY OLEN PENTECOST CHARLEY WILLIAMS JERRY SAHORS LANNY MONTGOMERY End Tackle Halfbaclr Fullbccl, b k Quarter ac W -4- Q BUDDY REDDIC LEROY MANDERS WALTER PRESCOTT BILL WOODWARD BILL SELF Cenier Halfback Hqlfbqfk Guard End NORTH AUGUSTA 20 ORANGEBURG I5 The highllying Jackets 5ealped the Orangeburg Indians 20-13 for the 42nd game without defeat. North Augusta won it in ehampion- ship style, completely frustrating Orangeburgs touted passing at- taek and moving the hall almost at will. NORTH AUGUSTA I5 GREENVILLE 14 Greenville's Red Raiders downed the -Iaekets to write an end to the longest undefeated record in SC. and Georgia high sehool foot- hall history. It was a Slam-bang Struggle from the opening play. Although N.A. played brilliantly, a costly fumble gave the edge to the opponent. NORTH AUGUSTA 26 AIKEN 0 Beginning their new winning streak, the Jackets stormed their euiest vietorv of the 5eason, a 26-0 drubhing of Aiken's Hornets. Any of the fans on hand for the big Aiken County rivalry battle could plainly see from beginning to end that N.A. was not to be outdone in any wav. Dcay hits pczydirt for six more c1goinsT Aiken. JOHN DOUGLAS DICK DAY CHARLES BOYD DICK BROWN Quarferback Fullbock Halfbock Tackle .. X I' COACHING STAFF WORKS TO BUIID WINNING TEAMS ff" J . ,xi 'K Z. In I X, xx mr , MW Q . ,f ' -1f,6W m, Football" review defenses before the Orangeburg game. Assistant Coach Webster Grayson, Head Coach and Athletic Director, Cally Gault, and Assistant Coach Jim Buist. NORTH AUGUSTA 19 LANCASTER 0 "They are my favorite team of all the teams I've coached and have been all ye.1r.', And that briefly sums up the way Cally Gault regards his 1958 N.A. High team, which Thanksgiving night won the school's first football championship, the Class AA crown. NORTH AUGUSTA 53 CLINTON 12 The Yellow Jackets jumped Clinton like an angered nest of their namesakes and romped to a 33-12 victory. This was a suitable warmup for the following wcck's Class AA Championship game. First Row W Brinkley S Anderson L Montgomery, W. Prescott, J. Gingrey, D. Ulmer, D. Sheridan, L, Monders. Second Row: B. Campbell, J. Sailors, N. Boynhom, R. Day, J Follow G Pentecost B Thompson B Reddic, C. Williams. Third Row: D. Montgomery, B. Self, B. Woodward, J. Andrews, R. Bolton, D, Edwins, D. Payne, W. Griflin, M Zler Fourth Row D Brown G Ferguson, W. Cooper, J, Mumford, B. Alexander, B. Ross, A. Bryon, D. Rucker, D. Doy. Not Pictured: J, Donglos, C. Boyd. rf' W 4, '7 ,W J ,nf J ny, ,W ru, 0 ff7f T 1 f if el. ' 4 B 2 Ss. H 1..a.lL.l9Yf K We s .N J rr r , I p S . r as ggjggp- iq r :QM , ' my . , I K is 4 fx gi . Q N xx-A , 4... I X X A s eg S f 'M 1 26 27 E9 52. r 6 5 . ,. I I Q -vi' Q z T' mf 1 va f, it x , X I. 5 fs? if r i fs Skim. N 5 ,SYUSJ ' " Sw f i S' A! First Row: B. Denny, L. Duvall, J, Hayward, B. Burns, J. Priestley, L. Holloway, R. Montgomery, S. Carter, R. Witlaw. Second Row: T. Bodie, R. Tlwrmond, B. Daly, P. Hyer W. Pierce, B. Harrison, B. Boland, G. Simmons, J. Howard, R. Whatley. Third Row: B. Hamilton, N, TNiggins, B. Harville, C. Winlciurn, B. Gregory, E. Blevins, l.. Lee, Hanshew. B TEAM TRAINS FUTURE VARSITY STARS. The "Baby Jackets" have always given N.A. a View of the future in football. The year 1958 was no exception. The powerful B-team, coached by Webster Grayson, earned The reserves are always ready for action. recognition with victories over several strong teams. The funda- B .f T 4 T mentals of the game are learned by these boys While playing B Q 4' 4- ,J ball. Coach Grayson carefully tutored his boys in the formations Q D Sig s and plays they will use after moving up to the varsity. f A K of f T' sf all The B-team victories included .1 14-O win over Harlem. Gran- pp R i'i' 3 I ,,,, AAA , . fl' S Q X rr iteville 35-O and Aiken 32-O. The "Baby Jackets" were dead- fx " 1 f i kgw S in 2 locked by L.B.C. 14-14 and Richmond 12-12. Their only loss T z"i' " .... svtf' . T was to Evans 19-U' filss. -?""'Z32S Prescott is hemmed in by Greer defenders after a six yard gain. Day rips oft yardage in drive against Beaufort. we Froni: A. Sanders, A. Culbreofh, K. Bullingion, B. Tliurmond, L, Morgan, P. Watkins, F. Doster, C. Walden, J. Alexander, B. A. Smith, D. Gibbs. Rear: B. Kilby, Miss Evans, S. McFarland. Noi Picfurecl: J. Herring. GIRLS MAKE GOOD SHOWING IN '59 SEASON As the girlsi basketball team began its 58-59 season, under the leadership of their new coach Miss Clarimonde Evans, the group showed promise of a successful season. Since the Jack- ettes play two games with each school on their schedule, they gain much experience in competitive play. Their impressive record includes victories over Richmond, Aquinas. and Gran- iteville, tying games with l-lephzibah and Langlev-Bath- Clearwater. Losses included L.B.C., Richmond. and Aiken. ln their win over Richmond, the second game of tl1e season. the team stopped Richmond's high scoring forwards in the last half for .1 final score of 31-30. During a thrilling overtime game witl1 Aquinas, Birdie lilemister made the final 2 points tO lead NA. for .1 record of 32-30. The Jaelaettes stacked up A 33-26 victory over Graniteville witl1 Linda Peterson continuing her high scoring abilities witl1 11 points and Linda Xvise following witl1 10. The l1.ll'kl-lCOLIgl'lI contest with l-lephzibah ended in .1 25-25 dead-loclx, Linda Peterson accounting for 9 points. As the annual goes to press the team is looking forward to p.1i'ticipating in the state toui'n.1n1ent. hoping to better the record of last ve.1i"s team, who won the state runner-up trophy. Birdie gets The tip off - 'W Donna goes up for the ball as Martha and Celia stand ready. X tw r . X R ff lk M M North North North North North North North North Augusta Augusta Augusta Augusta Augusta Augusta Augusta Augusta . 3 1 . 21 Q , gil 7 . - 5 7 77 57 '77 L.B.C. . Aquinas I-Icpzibnh Richmond L.B.C. Aiken . Granitcvillc Richmond Guards-Donna Strother, Celia Smith and Martha Templeton "Aw, shucks, it got away again!" Martha clribbles past Aiken defenders. l l Forwards-Birdie Flemister, Linda Peterson, and Linda Wise. BRUCE CAMPBELL DICK SHERIDAN B 1 E w Q., .-.ik"'l . l girl -ii . . I . Q-A BOYS MAKE BASKETBALL HISTORY This yearis basketball team. promising to be one of the greatest in North Augusta history. began the season well against strong opposition. The North Augusta cagers after compiling a 3-2 record. journeyed to Florence, South Carolina. to compete in a three-day inyitational tournament. Against powerful AAA Com- petiticn the Yellow Jackets took the runner-up trophy, losing only to hometown Florence. After returning home the Jackets defeated arch-rival Aiken before losing a hotly contested decision to Graniteyille. For the first time in the history of North Au- gusta. the Yellow Jackets defeated A.R.C. to bring the season's record to 7--I at the time the annual went to press. Ssniors Bill Alexander, John Douglas, and Charley Xyilliamsq junior Sammy Anderson. and sophomore Jerry Priestley make the first five that yyill lead the Jackets to a successful season. Others to see .1 great deal of action are seniors Bruce Campbell .md Dick Sheridan. juniors Nyarren Grifiin and Jimmy Andrews, .md sophomore Leslie Murphy. Under the expert guidance of Coach lim Buist the North Augusta team will make a strong bid for the State AA crown at the end of the season. LBC. . Aquinas . Hepzibah Richmcnd I..B.C. . Spartanbu Greenyille Florence . Aiken . Graniteyil Richmond Firsf Row: W, Cooper, B Campbell, C. Williams, L Manclers, S. Anderson, Sec ond Row: L. Hammand, Mgr. D. Sheridan, J. Priesiley, P Koon, J. Douglas, W. Griffin Third Row: Coach Buisf, J Andrews, L. Murphy, B. Alex ancler, N. Baynham, M. Zier CHARLEY WILLIAMS Guard ILL ALEXANDER ioHN ooucifss LeROY MANDERS Forward Forward Ce,-,fef Forward Guard yy ,,,Ai . , Q X :Q N E 9, x ,f S 139, R 1 -Q X . ,. ,K f X! , X t 9 , . - W 'rewwmewsaiwwf X RR . ..... . ,. I fs 4 f ,ig hafta? S, X-S f ' fi ,Si ,W f l, f, NZ ' ' V C ' rw ., ve -- C0CICl1 GClUlT Shouts 'those fCImOUS Jerry Sailors clears the high jump bar. Charley Williams practices his broad jump words, "Take a Lap!" TRACK TEAM SHOWS GREAT POTENTIAL The 1959 Yellow Jacket Track Squad will be paced by several returnees, who placed high in state competition last season. Charlie Willitinis and Richard Lowe, who placed third and fourth respectively in the mile run at the S.C. State Meet, will again lead the jacket distance runners. Dick Day, who for the past two years has placed second to graduated team and State Champion, Charles Overstreet, will be striving to gain L1 gold medal and top honors in the shot put. Charles Boyd will be out to better his fourth place in the state broad jump competition. Several aspirants will be trying to repeat Don Sloan's winning discuss heave, which earned him top honors in the state. Milers Leon Walden and Harry Douglas, sprinter Dick Ulmer, and High Jumper Jerry Sailors also will return to boost the thin-clad's record. S f ., g GFS.. s X 5 . ,gt s. A i , , , ASR A St Row: T. Traylor, R. Lowe, T. Boland, J. Sailors. Second Row: D. Ulmer, T. Bodie, C. Williams, D. Day. Third Row: R. Whitlaw, J. Boyd, M Zier, H. Douglas. Form for 'the State Meet. TRACK SCHEDULE Richmond and Aiken at Richmond Aiken at Aiken Orangeburg and Beaufort at Orangeburg Lower State Meet at Columbia State Meet at Columbia Dick Day warms up tor the State meet. H. Douglas, C. Boyd, W. Prescott, and Leon Walden await 'She starting gun. , t P 57 4 Veh- ! X .kgidv L A .J First Row: W. Cooper, B. Thompson, B. Bolton, C. Williams. Coach Webster Grayson smiles broadly as he Thinks about the team's potential. J. Priestley, S. Anderson, W. Summers, L, Manders. New Second Row: W. Griffin, F, Oakley, B, Self, G. Ferguson T Poston BASEBALL TEAM BEST IN YEARS The Yellow xlaclsefs scrappy 1958 base- ball team showed creditable improvement over past years. Coach Webster' Graysonls boys chalked up nine Wins with only six defeats. Having only three losses to gradua- tion. the team should prove even stronger in '59. These include Larry Baynham, Robert Wfalters and Steve Spence. Returning veterans behind the plate are Sammy Anderson and Charley XVilliams. The powerful Jackets will rely on the strong arms of Frank Qalsley, ,Terry Priestley, and Buck Thompson on the mound. The inrield will be manned by Bob Bolton, Wfcsley Sum- mers, Warren Griihn, and Gerry Ferguson. The outfield will consist of Bill Self, Leroy Nlanders, Tommy Poston, and George Miller. N.A .A .A .A .A .A N.A .A .A .A .A .A ,A .A .A L.B.C. . Hepzibah L.B.C. . Hepzibah Richmond Richmond Carlisle . Carlisle . XVaynesboro L.B.C. . Ailsen Aiken . Camden . Camden . Aquinas y ,Z-" 46" 1' Q it Wesley puts the tag on Bulldog. Poston calls a third strike on Self as Charley catches lll2 Miss Evcuns leods ccnlesfhenics. INTRAMURALS FOR EVERYBODY The intramural program, under the direction of Miss Clarimonde liyans and Mr. Cally Gault, was well rounded and constructive. liyeryone not participating in varsity athletics was able to enjoy the sports. Health was required for the first time and aided many students in their daily life. Fveryone enjoyed playing football, basketball, softball, and dead hall. Uther games were volleyball, ring tennis, and relay raees. Being a pleasant form of recreation, the program proyided a great deal of interest for the student body and promoted a keen rivalry hetween the different teams. This idea of self-developmnt inspired sportsmanlike conduct, leadership, and good physical enduranee. Contests not only added fun, but also helped establish one of the main objectives of the program . . . good sportsmanship and teamwork. Bullet lessons? No, iusf offer o rebound. Y l."wi'7 it S Becky, Lonuro, Bonnie, ond Judy prepcure To ploy kick bull. X The boys enjoyed running The "Hidden Route" . ' K A t.. Y!! an W rr Q , V i R . '-1, lg A . " .t . VN 9 X .Ci . X y 5? f , V ' 5' Q , f' A 3 'Q Q 'R t w W K , - .2 41 s . W Q ps, ' V 5 X . f, 3 V , x , iris BH.. 2 EWW4- 'X i Z 2 ' it B' i 'X . Q H it wi 3, . I, :sages , V, K Q x . , " , . x y X Q gs . -1 , . . 54 s- 2 V , . t . - , M 'X ' y . y I ,I 'isis 7? s f 's f f A' .V f - M X , s. ,, X a. .5514 ' , N t U ' -- " . K 3 , ,, , V 'Y , ss Q s p K Q, ' B R ts vi X- t . 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A, gif -Ml K ,, IQ! , 2? ,i ,JV , V 1 g I , W tl i 541 Q , 'A Z r if 3 Bill tires for two os the Hornet Defenders strczin to stop hirn Sammy demonstrates the art ot bunting to teom mates and cocch Doy cops ninety eight yard drive with three yards to plunge cigczinst A R C vw JI FNB. 2 I . W, ff 5 "Gimmie! Gimmie! Gimmie!" John Douglas 'Fights for possession in Rich mond game. HIGHLIGHTS OF SEASON B. Reutter, A. Sanders, B. A. Smith, P. Hayes, B. Flemister, L. Haskell, and L. Morgan represented N.A. in State Swim meets. "Oops! I missed!" Linda Wise strains tor ball in Aiken game. tzi1, so saw .xy X f cw fwfr sf wit, ' df ,Q X f x ..... Y Xq 1 HN .5 . . J Q 4 A 4.1, f J . 1 K f I L. ,.,...., E , sf tf ' s ., S a . M f A 2 Charley Williams crowns Homecoming Queen Linda Wis x eg "Have Trophy, Will Travel", Charley, Coach Gault, and Dick with the 'Spoils' of victory. 3 N'-., Q i Wt ..,. , g,,,. my V . ' s t l ll if I 1 5 I I . gp Chapter IV JA. 1 rsxwxwse .Mm xx MMM ,-f""-L Q-F Our .bl ,453- ..,R L! . FEATURES The superlatives, highlights of the year, and the out- standing seniors are shown in Chapter Four. The informal superlatives are shown here in their formal dress. Superla- tives mean highest quality, and this is one of the most in- teresting sections. in-wwf, t. ,ff 5 ff, vw f fi gm ff 77,7 N, I walt H ,.., G:,:,5,5,,1, ZR- .15 .2 f, ---- f if 3 gc ' Y ., .,::: , gm s X4 3715 NX, H Q? . Una f W X 5 Y bf 1 ff W N Z ' 1-Z S I .. 1 X, Q: 2. 2' . "'f ,sb X .,... .. X V m 5 3' , X, Z QQ if ? f x X Q1 , I ,J ff fh V, vga f f'. E ,. Z I M 1 ,if Q Q5 S fx x 1 -4 X0 ,x A -xx, ,MS Q ,Aw V Us 2 W1 f? Mr. and Miss Senior Q K IJXNNY MUN'I'CiUMl" RY AIUITY IIICRRING VIIVIIIQ klll.lIIlIL'H ui llmc vcrv lu-sL Ilmm- lVx'4hSl.ll1kI lllll iI'UIN Illl' I'L'Sl. HV, K x X X. X X XQA' Most Ambitious . 9-4 "HitCl1ing their xvagum tu K1 x1.11"' These two will rcally gn far. JOHN DOUGLAS ISRICNIJAX XX'll,l4l M4 Maxam, NN I gh lg' , , m y, .4145 . .f M an ,, X I W 'J A Q 2 5 1 H i E 7 ,xv W Z . Q, I gl 5 'ax Q Z eu Q 5 l 9 V, f y N S ,, 55 0 Ja. 7 N ,,,, ,, . G4 , f , wh-ff ,,.. . DICK SIIIQRIUIXN CllIXRl,OTTlf LAW, Most Versatile In so many ways ll1L'j' do cxccl Always Ilnislming cvcryllmilmg well. Ill! NXO ST f P ,. A 1 f 6 Q f ATTYGCTIVS In Hlooksn they are numbcr one That's Why this htting title they Won. BUD PRINTUP BOQTSIE ROBINSON w 5 5 v if f ' , ,i l 1 4 , , f ,, ,, xt pig, MIA M f jf, , I I Q f , Q, m i A sg X A. f 4. 15+ J M ' +2 , sf 7 .. ,V .zzfqff H Q L7 2:5 ,fl f 0 f if M K V, V 'Y d , ff f f Z ' 'I 4' ff, f M f . ff' ' , , W 4: 92 f , X X X S W, ,MM f J fgfffw I ,V X f I X ,X 7 y Z' ff! L ,, ff, ,ff 4,2 ,, I Most School Spirit I,INIll" WISIQ BRUCE CAMPBELL Xvlhll giwx Nwrllm Augusta that added pcp? 'I'wu 'iI3L'Ci.1I Nsclmul-xpi1'ilc1'w" with lots of Imp IN' Most Athletic In varied Sports, tlmcsc twu arc Hm- Alwnys right tlwcrc in thc starting LINDA PETERSON ,CS W G - Q-,X-.,Z,...r7,,,w-.wvf-v 4 f . A . x , ff ., X f ,yf.x.,w, , S 1 A 4 ,Q,, 'V 32 5 2 X W7 CH A R L EY lima WIl.l,IAM5 W X i , 1 , X. f 4 , S Z 5 Q fx . Q42 wi x N """'b I R'Z,-.mW,m m,m.W,,5mveMNXfZh ,xksxww . : if is X if as ' it INFQRMAL A gi ' NM, 0 ,. K is ,V WSW 'S' s ,,, Q P s f .45 F tg 361 a' FJ! Q M3 1 L. W it 1 ff' .f 25 Best Dressed Q 1 . MIA Well dressed and always neat jf' Q T Their taste in clothes can't be beat. -ffl' YN Biggest Flirt A roving eye and a friendly smile Never too busy to flirt a While. JERRY FRASER - PAT STEWART 0 Q wwy e, " ' .... f s X! 91 7 Y l f s fig? Q .es A amy J W ,f Z, ,f 1, fx!! y' 51 M! f 5 TX? ff MXXRTI IA GRAYISILI, - XVALTER PRESCOTT Cutest A 7 CHIC Wlly-Xcllle l1mks,eiiie dress HUGH COOK M- 'IUIJY YC7NC,Iz ln llie "cute" line, lliey meet llie lest. Ill SUPERLATIVES Friendliest A kind, polite smile for all they meet With a cheerful word they always greet. Most Courfeous Full of manners, always kind No nicer two you'll never Hnd. BARRY PITTS - BARBARA DAUGHERTY We I , wee V.. lt, 'zu ' 4 A A ' M, e Q, W PARKER SHAW - DORIS WELLS Most Vivocious A peppy, energetic twosome are they Not long in one place do they stay. JOYCE LOWE - BUDDY REDDIC V, VALEDICTORIAN Ann Haskell MALCOLM JUDKINS The title salutatorian, the second highest scholastic average, was earned by Malcolm Judkins. Through- out the four years that he has attended North Au- gusta, he has shown determination and capability. DICK SHERIDAN The seniors chose Dick Sheridan, as King Teen. Character, scholarship, leadership, and personal at- tractiveness were the basis of the contest sponsored by Woffcard College. ATfJHN DOUGLAS As President of the Student Council, xlolin Douglas supervised in a most eihcient way the activities sponsored by the council. OUTSTANDING GRADUATES ANN HASKELL By achieving the highest scholastic average in four years at North Augusta High, Ann Haskell was named valedictorian. Her dependability, co-opera- tion, and ability as a student have made her Worthy of this honor. SALUTATORIAN Malcolm .ludkins l 5 E ' t l L OF THE CLASS OF I959 MISS'HI-MISS AND D, A. R. AWARD Judy Herring JUDY HERRING The good citizenship award promoted hy the Daughters of the American Revolution was given to Judy Herring. Because of her patriotism, loyalty and service, the seniors and faculty have made a wise choice. Also, Judy was chosen Miss-Hi-Miss because of her character, scholarship, leadership, and attrac- tive personality. KING TEEN Dick Sheridan 47421 W ff "W PRESIDENT OF THE STUDENT COUNCIL John Douglas 1 g . 2 I i I I 2 ,an Mr. Stillwell helps Brenda Williams and Betsy Reutter during reg- istration day. Margaret Bussey and Harriet Howard admire The Bulletin Board that won 'first place. f Q , W X ,.g, E 7' A+ W f , 2 H f if l ,f ff f :H i, M M ,f , My ,i , , Q Wm, . ,.1, ,fi W. s 1 f . ,. . L 4,5 f 1 i 1 , Z 2 , 1 - " 4 . 42 , 'X W in 1 1 ' f' fr,, 1 2' f wt f. fa '- , X--ia 5 i- , ' yy , , ff ss , ,gc f -s fi ,, f iv, V, , ' , , ' Q f : , Q , , , if M, W I , 6 .gm-:,, w,,.Me ,M f ey f Q A group ot Seniors admire their 'treasured class rings. ff 'V' 4e..:"'-s. W fiwmac, ,we 50' fu" L 'W-w. 1 f ,.i,,?v5'-Z, W f .l ,., S? H? 54 we we N, .WN 4 f X 1 I. 2 , W S f X 3' G, ,V X i fm ff i K f - PM If , Q. .N , Si we " - i f EW :ii Z, "Are those creatures from outer space?" "No, only the initiated Beta members." HIGHLIGHTS In September a new school year was begun with Registration Day. Students eagerly awaited the presentation of the Star Player of the Wfeelx Award during the spirited pep rallies each Friday morning. Homecoming featured a colorful half time show, during which Linda Wfise was crowned Mitt Football. Sponsoring College Day and initiating new members highlighted the Beta Club year during Oc tober. In the same month the Seniors received The Sanclspurs' staff launched their sale with a program in as- sembly. DU Ytllfflibfv? x Miss Lawrence receives a rose during a 'teacher appreciation pro- gram in assembly. 1958-1959 their treasured class rings. In November the Sclllifsjwzziwi staff launched their sales drive with an interesting assembly program. One of the many activities of the Future Teacher Club was a faculty appreciation program, climaxing American Education Week. On November 15 many of the Seniors enjoyed .1 trip to the University of South Carolina. The Student Council added to thc Christmas spirit by providing and decorating a Christmas tree. Every Friday before a football game a pep rally was held in assembly. GREENvi H , .- fi,-.em '5 S ff - 5 psp WW tw, ,WWW ...,. I X iszusxi -ew-WW'M-M ' ' if K a M, ,... - V, Y. , . ...AA .... . ,Mn , , , Xb. 7 Nw , 2.5:-iz-gf, f St ffi '---- - 1 -""' f , ' we if X 3? Mfs wi" 'Zi' if .mMmmMewm ZwwZmsmm-. I 55 S Seniors receive data about the University of South 'Carolina from a representative on College Day. Homecoming game was highlighted by the crowning of Miss Football. Some of the Student Council members decorated on Christmas tree for the school. i '3A f' Q-i Barbara Daugherty Barry Pitts cmd Marsha Metts study ,,...-P X Jimmy Hutchingson Eddie Epps and Gary Brown had key roles in ine Junior , ' -',zaa.53f y f x Z WM fy Ag Z f V 4 J? 7, V f V 1' W Sli., Visiting the University of South Carolina was an experience to all tor Lanny Montgomery, Judy Parker, Buddy Reddic, and Kay McMal1an are being fitted for their caps and gowns. THESE EVENTS MADE OUR YEAR MEMORABLE . . . The New Year found tlie students prepgring for exams. The juniors selected .1 pliiy .ind began 1-elic.n's.1ls in f3cbru.n'y. Hard work and long liours made it possible for tlie Siifziilxjviiixi staff to nicer tlie deadline of kl.1mi.1ry 30. l5ebru.iry 27 .ind ZS found tlic liens enjoying tlie .1nnu.1l convention lield in Columbia, Soutli Cf.irolin.i. Some Beta members prepare to leave for 'She Beta Convention. mit' The day the Sandspurs returned from press everyone enioyed looking at them. As spring appronclied, the Seniors anxiously anticipited Senior Privilege Wfcek and Bermuda Day. As the end of the year drew near, the Seniors busily planned commencement .ind the Juniors worked diligently to prepare for the long-awaited Junior-Senior. And what Ll rewarding day it was when the Snmfxpzzrs were received! The entertaining class d.1y program and the dignified graduation exercises were the culmination of the entire year. Jndra Heath, Sandra Norris, Barry Pitts, and Wanda Corley 'rive at school during Senior Bermuda Day. if K r twig -A -si fb Working hard the Sanclspurs staFt met .heir deadline. 'fi "T'v'f:,f 1 The Junior Play selection committee read many plays before they selected the right one. Dick, Linda, Bill, and John enioy the Junior-Senior. rj s eessi.ii 15,5 a ,,esee 13, X Chapter V Z SB K .f .W Q X OI' Z ADVERTISERS Our Last Chapter shows the advcrtiscrs who helped to make thiS book pcmiblc. This picture shows just somc of these fmc HFITIS whom wc truly appreciate. 2 ft X Zx , .,,,,, W " Q 'H ' 1 N S. jixsg ir 5,5 X ' E ,X V- V-JK4 Q X. , 4, .xfzel .W-f L 4 VZ h Y 5 4' 5 ' 5 W f , ,ref ...Qf ! ' 2 E 3 9 1 '- ..,. . 14, my Q K A mummy N X . X S 0 6 f ff W 4 W KW 7 V ' ' I 1 ' J P A X ' A' 2 if we QQ? 5 f VWJV w X 77 f 7 Q M1 . V,,, j..i,j1j,ap5:1 Q ,, if , ,, A, f , 14 If i f ,I M. .wah-aw 'ma 'H' ' 4 Fifi--W f , ,Q K: - x NS .1 2 5 W f Wy, av f 4144 4 1 4 we , ' , pf, K5 f 3 SWK 'Q 2 2 ROB? RTI VVILRINSON. IH, ph nl oqr41plu4's'x f' fkaffai 'WWW 497' pl- X wisp , as ' - 'N X 'Q X X fig? w NS I X w X 29 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 'ti' " t M f, Wy f aff ? 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W4 .fm X ' I W ,wjffzjr QS hw X Mya- Maw 1 ,424 kk 0 ,Y 5 f 0 gg gif' MM ' f "" - V , ' lm 'EWS mm, my wiki VN!! 2 'Wx M6 NORTH AUGUSTA BA K NG CUM ANY 518 Georgio Avenue "Large enough to serve you- smoll enough To know you" Member of F. D. I. C. Deposits Insured up To 310,000 CLEARWATER F NISH NG PLANT CLEARWATER, S. C. A Division of United Merchants and Manufacturers, Inc. PENDARVIS CHEVROLET COMPANY Your Chevrolet and Oldsmobile dealer in Edgetield, 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. PENDARVIS CHEVROLET COMPANY "We Serve to Serve Again" YOUR DEPENDABLE TRANSPORTATION MERCHANT Chevrolet Oldsmobile Sales Service Sales Service Qsshliafze Q35 PHONE Office Parts and Service 2536 6253 When You Are Ready To Trade, If You Can Be Traded, This Is The Place To Come. We Can Trade You. 1 9 1 1 Y TOOLE SUPPLY COMPANY INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES STEEL PRODUCTS Telephone PA 2-8816, Post Office Box II27 Augusto, Georgia Office ond Warehouse Located On U. S. I, 78, and 25 I Mile South of Fifth and Brood Streets. 1 1 1 Ill POSEY'S FUNERAL HOME Oxygen Equipped Ambulance DIAL TA 2-2429 403 Georgia Avenue NORTH AUGUSTA, SOUTH CAROLINA 11 COMPLIMENTS OF VALLEY CCACHES, INC Distributors of MACK TRUCKS OPERATORS OF RADIO CAB and YELLOW CAB 1439 Greene Street Augusto, Go. t NORTH AUGUSTA PHARMACY "Your Friendly Corner Drug S1ore" 601 Georgia Avenue Free Delivery 1 Home of Better Values Shopping Headquarters for North Augustans Two Stores to Serve You 845 Broad St. and Daniel Village North Augusta ' fi l l I School Ofliciols xf ll Nix ll We're Proud of 59 0 We-'re Proud of o QIKS ,fHome of Better Values Boosters for the Yellow .lackefs Two Stores to Serve You 845 Broad St. and Daniel Village X XX W ' P d f - x We're Proud of ere rou o QD! 4 We ' Our Coaches the Yellow .lockers fy J, pl ,, 4 Q 1:2125 L- ! -. 5, 4,-l"1,, ' 'f . ,ff R A . -W "fr-.ff-i',Z,kfT+" ' 1 .. 1 131 , .ni-RK r"fJfffraw wafilkii . ' V wg, Mt' -az, Ma, 3 , . gan, , Wye. fffffiqvgy, f- LQNmr.,':ifg in 7 ,fig 1 ,7 ,fn A ,iwqfvimz 4314- ,C R Lf. fi -A 'A M VA: iffy fi . V 14? gi. wifi' 1432! ,-.A I4 xv ir Liz? ,mgya , rw A .I .V - kwa, ff ""Qiw5"6- ' A, ' 1' new A ffl! , mr' f ' - i 45.3, ,Q M iff' me ' I-nb lmiwg . wi, if, 'vw-'11-an YI: Paul Knox Jr. High School Choose Brick by: MERRY BROTHERS BRICK AND TILE COMPANY Augusto, Georgia lflii Best Wishes to the N.A.H.S. Class of 1959 The AMBER HOUSE Famous Drive-In Restaurant Air Conditioned "I am the printing-press, born of the mother earth. My heart is of steel, my limbs are of iron, and my fingers are of brass. I sing the songs of the world, the oratorios of history, the symphonies of all time. I am the voice of today, the herald of tomorrow. I weave into the warp of the past the woof of the future. I tell the stories of peace and war alike. I make the human heart beat with passion or tenderness. I stir the pulse of nations, and make brave men do better deeds, and soldiers die . . . I am the laughter and tears of the world, and I shall never die until all things return to the im- mutable dust. I am the printing-press." -Robert Hobart Q"Bob"l Davis The North Augusta Star This Section was made possible by the following friends of N.A.H.S. DR. HAWK DR. C. M. TEMPLETON DR. WATSON DR. THURMOND DR. ECHOLS DR. BURGAMY Refreshing remembrance Gif AUTOGRAPHS fu W 'ZF ,'-:mag ,I 155522 x ff isiaf' T I J X f C. C1065 I rxagil 1 Il nl ' W QI-' , nklNA' . L! I AUGUSTA TELEVISION APPLIANCES COMPANY T. V. Sales and Service For Qualify on AII Leading Makes Shop Augusta Television Repairs on AII Makes and Models AUGUSTA TELEVSION APPLIANCES COMPANY 1529 Walton Way PArk 4-9261 HERRING BROTHERS AND PHILCO Bring you a totally new principle of washing clothes --PHlLco-- "High Frequency Washing Action" Only machine in industry that will completely wash 7 tull size bed sheets at once. Come ln For a Live Demonstration HERRING BRQTHERS FURNITURE COMPANY 1243 Broad Street Augusta, Georgia l 3 RCA HOWINGTON FAMILY Georgia-Carolina Appliances 609 Georgia Avenue 'VFPD fr- v i fy 'W TW Jgf' QQ 'nj ' QW North Augusta Skating Rink 210V2 Georgia Avenue TWiggS OPl'iCi8l1S North Augusto, South Corolino Augusto, Georgia HSKATE YGUR DA-I-EH "Flowers of Distinction For 35 Years" QUALITY-COURTESY-SERVICE NORTH AUGUSTA GARAGE B U S H ' S 336 GEORGIA AVENUE The North Augusta Florist I I I West Pine Grove Avenue Phone TA 2-7585 400 East Boundary Phone PA 2-2362 NIORTH AUGUSTA CLEANERS GREENE'S, INC. DRY CLEANING-PRESSING 611 Georgia Avenue WIT0Ie50Ie MSUIS Phone TA 2'I 273 Institutional Groceries NORTH AUGUSTA SOUTH CAROLINA Augusta, Georgia WALKER MOTOR COMPANY New 81 Used Sales Sales Service New 8. Used Truck Sales Service - Parts AUGUSTA, GA. Body Repairs Broad at l4th St. Telephone PA 2-5371 Reynolds at 'l4th St. GREGORY'S LAKE Swimming and Picnicking North Augusta, South Carolina Phone TA 4-5684 ROGERS LOWE Exterior and Interior Painting 308 West Pine Grove Ave. Phone TA 2-3195 North Augusta, S. C. KENNETH L. WISE Land Surveyor 530 Grant Avenue Phone TA 2-5876 PARKS AND MATHIS FURNITURE CO. Complete Household Furnishings 302 Main Street Edgefield COMPLIMENTS OF FAY'S USED CARS Buena Vista Avenue North Augusta, South Carolina H. I.. GREEN COMPANY "Augusta's Busiest Store!" Broad Slfeel Phone Ronny Bolton 'Hugh Cook 'Charlotte Law 'Betsy Reutter -lfifln Bradley 'John Douglas 'li 'Joyce Ann Lowe 'Jerry Sailors Linda Burnside 'Martha Graybill 'BG'-ry pins foick Sheridan Bruce Campbell 'Emacs Gmvbill 'Buddy Reddic 'Brenda Williams AN EXCLUSIVE ORGANIZATION COMPOSED OF Wi RS fe - Ford and Tyler Auto Painting Body Repair Shop . . . Welding T 5 Reynolds St. Dial PA 2-2749 Q A v X .., Swann Transfer and East Boundary Barber Shop st C orage ompany "Try your next haircut at the 705 Nth Street East Boundary Barber Shop" Augusta Georgia ROSENTHAL'S Greene Street Service Station "Shoes and Boots for the entire family" J. P. M Il , P ' Broad Street Augusta, Georgia Q en ropnelor Specialist ln- Phone PA 2-7657 1201 Greene St. . . Dance Wear . . Riding Wear AU9U51C'f Ge0"9lC' . . Western Wear Augusta Bowling Center Bush CO. "Bowling at its best!" Brunswick Automatic Pinsetters 106 West Spring Grove Ave. fno pin logsj No'-'rh Augusto, 3. C. Phone PA 2-9380 PA 2-0843 609 Broad Street Phone TA 2-3770 Augusta, Georgia Qvvwwwwfwsswv 09099630990 TRAILWAYS BUS STATION Corner of 7th and Greene U4- "Trailways Now Tops Them All" numx nm rs n 0 0 9 O : : : : z Manufdcwred By g NORTH, SOUTH, EAST AND WEST 9 . 9 0 9 Southern Milling Co. Augusta, Georgia f Phone PA 4-5537 DMRYFEED a ' Duplex 16'M: all QYCIIH Ll Augusta, Gegrgiq AUGUSTAL A. Mono -'bm l I I 1 Full ot Milk QOWS S 9 9 0 0 O V LLL SCHNEIDER'S MUSIC CENTER 312 8th Street Band 81 Orchestra Instruments Accordion 81 Guitar Lessons Instrument Rental Plan Dial PA 4-8947 BOWEN'S CAR 81 HOME 990 Broad Street 905 Broad Street Augusta, Georgia Repair Dept. - Sheet Music B. F. Goodrich Tires Agent for Venuti Accordions, Ludwig, Singerland and Premir Drums, Gibson and Martin Guitars, Conn, Holton, Selmer, 8s Olds Band Instruments General Electric Appliances Arthur Fulmer Seat Covers Kelvinator Appliances Motorola Television STORE Nursing and College AT THE MEDICAL COLLEGE of GEORGIA I446 Harper Street Augusta, Georgia Compliments of - AUGUSTA MILL SUPPLY COMPANY Industrial Supplies Belting 0 Pipe 0 Steel 0 Tools 0 Valves o Etc. 636 'llth Street Augusta, Georgia Phone PA 2-4657 AUGUSTA SCHOOL OF AVIATION Daniel Field Compliments of Frank R. Miles Agent AMERICAN OIL COMPANY 602 Calhoun Street AUQUSIGI G0- MOORE'S CLEANERS East Buena Vista Ave. 8K Barton Rd. Phone TA 2-8645 N. AUQUSTU, 5- C- S. W. Moore, Proprietor OCTANE OIL CO. Super Gas - Super Service - Fire Works U. S. Highway :ff 1 8. 78, North Augusta, S. C. Do you have enough Fire Insurance Coverage? If not call us, and for a few dollars you can have peace of mind plus protection. We sell Hartford Fire Insurance P. T. WHATLEY REALTY CO. 51816 Georgia Avenue Phone TA 2-3193 North Augusta, S. C. Diamonds Watches J. LESTER FURMAN .IEWELER "The Finest in Watch Repairs" phone PA 2-2932 226 8th Street, Augusta, Ga. Compliments of a Friend Templeton's ESSO SERVICENTER 326 Georgia Avenue North Augusta, S. C. ARTHUR MURRAY STUDIOS 739 Greene Street phone PA 4,1875 Augusta, Georgia WAYSIDE FOOD STORES 431 E. Martintown Road phone -I-A 2-7610 North Augusta, S. C. ROBERTS MOTOR COMPANY 211-15th Street Phone PA 4-1424 Augusta, Georgia For 84 Years I AUGUSTA'S LEADING Department Store You can prepare and serve . . WONDERFUL MEALS IN MINUTES! 1 D. ,, l'g6h,J2f,, lx L WF- Qvflmll-CK symgi lr lig , -F Y qhll fl .vxdrrbr -f-4 13-..,.v,,,Z.',-Efl E' sQDr,l-for, Q I Ig ,...ng5ggh QMAQZ ST '1 A Zmzcxg I . I X '- - . -4' "'., 4 .ibn-f H , 1-j--EIXHASH I " . "t j "I':'Z1 ' g ia nt Next time ou "' fi -5 .7241 h I ki lgnlm ' S Q A' 'P fi1-.,.EM! op' oo 0' sl Cogle ss .E se- "iw - I r-'waive ' E 'Q your fomnly s . 'gil-nl .air M ' favorne' Vaflgfiy lelqlchfnyf. ' mr f ig 5001150 , 340050, A is IRBECUEU ,M f ,fffxq f PORK 33. ?::f'7llf,,,f AT YOUR GROCER'S NOLAND CCMPANY, INC Wholesale Plumbing 81 Heating Supplies 556 Reynolds St. Augusta, Ga. FAYE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE DiaI TA 2-2397 Mrs. H. E. Barber, Owner 1143 Ridgecrest Avenue NORTH AUGUSTA SOUTH CAROLINA P and S QUIK-WAY STORE Quality Meats NORTH AUGUSTA TIRE AND RECAPPING COMPANY 124 Georgia Ave. North Augusta, S. C. ONE DAY SERVICE Free Pick Up and Delivery SATISFACTION GUARANTEED W. J. MUMFORD Plumbing 81 Heating Contractor 529 Grant Ave. Phone TA 2-I879 North Augusta, S. C. Compliments of GARDELLE'S REXALL DRUGS INCORPORATED I43I Gwinnett Street Phone REgent2-6611-12, Augusta, Ga. PRESCRIPTIONS "AT THE UNlVERSITY" CONGRATULATIONS to this term's grad- uates and all good wishes for success in the field they have chosen in which to carve out their careers. In searching for a higher educa- tion we hope they will remember the fine col- leges in our Stateg if entering business or in- dustry immediately we hope they will find their careers here in South Carolina. SOUTH CAROLINA ELECTRIC AND GAS COMPANY I-19 HOLLOWAY TIRE AND RECAPPING CO. 1260 Reynolds St. AUQUSTC1, G0 -DISTRIBUTOR- Pennsylvania - Seiberling Goodrich Tires Complete Factory Method Recapping Service MURPHY STATIONERY COMPANY Social and Commercial Stationery 718 Broad Street Dial PA 2-2122 Augusta, Georgia I ii BURNSIDE FURNITURE COMPANY New and Used Furniture 521 Broad Street PA 2-3032 Compliments of ATLAS REALTY COMPANY Better Homes at Reasonable Cost 533 Georgia Ave. Phone TA 2-4078 "THAT'S MY BOY" cm 6014 Q ig Compliments SOLXQ BILL ZEALY o k? Supplier Sinclair Gasoline, Fuel Oils 81 Motor Oils North Augusta, S. C. 8K Augusta Call us PA 2-2462 Complimenis of SOUTHEASTERN PINE CORPORATION Pine v Hardwood - Cypress Sunset Avenue P. 0. Box 3371 Phone REgenT 6-1464-5 Augusto, Georgia xieland Pie 81 Doughnut Company West Buena Vista Ave. Phone TA 4-7821 North Augusta, South Carolina ETU ET 1 915 Broad Street PHONE PArk 4-3512 Augustmzzaorgia Dr. Richard R. Clifford Optometrist thgate Plaza Regent 3-0089 Dr. James F. Clifford Optometrist niel Village Regent 6-0860 Hutcheson-Bentley Furniture 914 Telfair sf. PA 2-9995 Augusta, Georgia MVN. Clyde Dunaway Bicycle Shop Schwinn and Huffy Bicycles Guaranteed Repair on all makes "We service what we sell." 215-12th St. PA 2-4208 Meads Sign Service Neon and Commercial 38-13th Street Augusta, Georgia Phone PA 4-9811 Neon-Electric, Inc. Edgar E. Murrah 0 Outdoor Advertising 0 Commercial Signs 0 Bulletins 0 Truck Lettering 0 Show Cards 909 Telfair Sf. Phone PA 2-1347 Augusta, Georgia Gary Satcher Realty and Insurance Company 844 Greene Street Phone PA 4-8881 BAYHAM'S ESSO SERVICE CENTER Gas - Oil and Accessories 333 Georgia Avenue North Augusta, S. C. Phone TA 2-9168 BELVEDERE BEAUTY SHOPPE Mrs. Lucy Feagin, Owner Phone TA 2-4796 416 Edgetield Rd. Belvedere, S. C. WEE WASH IT North Augusta Across from High School Washed, Dried, and Folded also Dry Cleaning and Finished Laundry OSBON AUTO SUPPLY, INC. Fisk Tires and Batteries Home and Auto Accessories - T.V. Specializing in MASTER TREADING "Satisfaction In Every Transaction" 1253 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. DIAL PA 2-0238 MARY CARTER PAINT STORE 476 Broad Street PA 2-3839 MURPHY MOTOR COMPANY 1565 Walton Way Phone PA 2-7018 Augusta, Georgia Congratulations to the Senior Class from EGGER'S SU PER MARKET and U. S. POST OFFICE Belvedere Branch, Belvedere, S. C. Open 7 days a week PHILLIP'S 66 Old Edgefield and Atomic Roads TA 4-4784 SOUTHERN SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 200 Georgia Avenue North Augusto, S. C. "Be Secure . . . Insure with Southern Security" JORDAN HARDWARE AND PAINT 516 Georgia Avenue Phone TA 4-1331 HARDWARE - PAINTS - SPORTING GOODS MARKS SURGICAL SUPPLIES, INC. Complete Prescription Department WHEEL CHAIRS Rentols On: HOSPITAL BEDS WALKERS CRUTCHES, ETC. VAN WOOD CLEANERS Georgia Avenue Phone TA 4-6606 LAUNDRY Pick Up ond Delivery 'fill BROAD STREET CAR WASH 5 MINUTE SERVICE 353 Brood Street Phone PA 4-7907 C. B. Wood, Proprietor Augusto, Georgia LEWIS 81 CLIVE REXALL DRUG STORE Phone PA 2-6426 IOO2 Brood Street Hfs Everywhere F0bUI0US TOP Forty WGUS Adding Excitement to Augusto Radio 157 JENNINGS AUTO SUPPLY Auto puffs Cronkshoft Grinding Motor Overhouling Telephone PA 2-6828 1223 Reynolds Street Augusto, Georgia Compliments of: BILL JONES MOTORS INC. 1424 Brood Street Augusto, Go. Phone PA 2-7761 Authorized Dodge, Plymouth, Dodge Truck And Dorsey Troilors President Vice-President Bill JONES Kenneth Jones l .-A ,,,,,-.V-M ew A - A fff,,, ifwm - -F..-W-..-........w.,,Y ,. .""'.-vw"'.?3fI'.':.'51-"",.."'.-f."'.-'2"..1"v-23'-?a2-"'.-1'-."'--'b"" .a.':.::'.r.:.-f.:.". - Amo Su it f 1 -....... ,.. ............................,:. 9' f M. gs.-nun A n-u an--nan ,. . 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W, , ,e 1-'M , - - - punnnp--uunnu nxuunuhuunuusn 1 1 nr I an 1 I-1 1 ..',-"""'-gwldnn -uwhnnnhsn-man-x-w,mv-ummamwmmsww. .QCIQ-5 'ei T, V, 1: " '7 '23LfL?L iumu'1'n:m':q52'uTv-"2'-'L'!:l'i2'-'L1'.Q'2,T'2 Q I 4' K1 " 5 "' 535511 .IE iz ilu yarn 'lv -nz L4 2 Z u Z m I 'V ,,,""'W'M Li' f-101,-ff? fu, 0'.w'.,A .2 ,ij 1 ,' , ,'j"',,,Q, , 2 , , in in U ' nun.. G w W M ,L A -.wr M-.alfa-an-Q. fame.. fe,,.-.uw-.v ,. X ,, , l 4 , , f ,, ww -.. -fn, -ef .-.s.,M,w.mf-.Hx AM, ., W. ,. . 1 ,X -2 ,M , , M my . s rr - f - Wwzmsa SKINNER AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY All Your Auto Needs 1337 Reynolds St. Augusta, Georgia SATCH ER GARAGE . H1 o r ' , in ,WL .I n , gg . . : Bear Wheel Aligning .1 3-f V- M, W '. fs 451- frfwgi 124.3255 A . . jfs-,px , 'gg f 1 Frame Straightening P25534 33 ff? -xxfevwnfgg ff : Wheel Balancing General Repair Work Tire Skimming Phone PA 2-0088 , APAQAQES E' ' gl OF? ' imiiocinrfn CA RS YK Q, PAGE MOTOR SALES 1215 Reynolds Sffeef Augusta's Largest Foreign and Sports Car Center Phone PA 2-4611 7 ls l Y f f 'f W 2 ? IZ if Z6 ' 4 Q f 1 Qs GERTRUDE HERBERT INSTITUTE OF ART 506 Telfair Street AUGUSTA, GEORGIA W2Q9fT.'L'31sfti'!ff' ' ?Qi"'.'1Q MILK Best Wishes . . , Qi ,A f ,AL f,Q A Aid, .,: ' " rf fs- e, 5 'fs an 4 ,-1 , Q, - ,f -Egfr I, 1-,. ' ,' ,fi , " ' , ,L I ' fn- A . ' W' f'LjZ'1 ' . f f ,,,,f.':4 ' - , ,M .. ' 1,1 fmzffg?-V, . . 'egg qiQ'y2,1,7'f,'f7,s' . .',if.-, W - ' Vps,--,, ,,7,,,.. ,.., ..,.. tm " .fin Z- WZ' 'f . ,QM -- "W yn ,, as , AI' ,- ,ag-, .fy zz 52 Q , 'A 4' L .,, , 1, . ,W -,:. 1 'SSW xi' X' Q: Ast.. f-msg . , 'L tn 0 T U rn Z cn um P 927 Walker Street Augusto, Georgia Z X n Ps l'l'l Z U 3: W -4 ICE CREAM MURRAY Distributors for Mrs. FiIbert's 307 Hole Street PA 2-8305 August III? BROTHERS, INC. Morgorine ond Salad Pro ducts o, Georgia Best Wishes to me Class of '59 CHEMICAL SERVICES INCORPORATED Carroll A. Reddic, Jr.-Pres. Horry L. Howard-Director John L. Stewcx rt-Director ,A J. C. H. CLAUSSEN G. H. WEBSTER CLAUSSEN 8. WEBSTER BUILDING CONTRACTORS Phones PA 2-0266-7 P. O. Box 840 AUGUSTA, GEORGIA ADIO QT V COLOR TV SPECIALISTS HUGHES RADIO AND TV "' A Soles ond Service A A 529 East Buena Vista North Augusto, S. C. DAN HUGHES TELEPHONE TA 4-4286 GRADUATE TO GREATER FOOD SAVINGS AT YOUR FRIENDLY COLONIAL STORES GOOD LUCK COMPLIMENTS OF P-E-T-E-R-S-O-N R-E-A-L-T-Y C-O-M-P-A-N-Y 524 Georgia Avenue 0 SALES o LOANS 0 RENTALS 0 INSURANCE Developers of -Fairview Gardens- Phone TA 2-7337 Compliments of GIBBS AUTO WRECKING Schultz Hill Sand Bar Ferry Road SIMKINS SEED COMPANY I 129 Broad Street Phone PA 2-5327 SEED AND FEED FOR EVERY NEED EMPIRE FURNITURE COMPANY 1201 Broad Street Augusta, Georgia Phone PA 2-4837 Q . 3ifE5E523E555235355EEE?E5255E5E5E5E552555535555555I553:5:5131515525:513:5E555E55555555552551523551552535555335ri:Erizigigagzgfgqr-2:1:2:35:gs-12:12ss:1:5:5:3s::s:5:5:r:rs:::5:r:5:2rg:5:2:1:r:::r:x:s:q5s4i:r:1:rags:gsm-:zar:r:1:1:r:r:r:1:::::1:rss:z 2:25:5:5:2:3:5-115:515:5-2:5:5:5:1-1:Q:f'2:5:f-5:51515-I'1:2:5:5-2:5:1'5:1:IW-1:1:i:E1:f1:1:3" -+P?'41:155-l'2:2:5:I25:1'1C5:1:25" I:15:5:Z:2:I:1:1:1:I95-Si:5:f:1:I:5:5:2:f:PI:1'1:19:5:1'f'1:1:i:2:2:f?5Y:1:1i"c21'55:2:2:15:55:1:i:2:5:l:7:f:I:1:I E5E553E5E151:1:55222::E551E1:-.:.5E22:-:I322-:13521i2-:E-:,EIE22I.1555515:-:-:-:2E1EfE2E2:f565E3ai2iBi1E" PSF ' ' - . ai?" ':2- ' '. '95--i'i2E2E2E1:-.SEIEIEIEIZEIEIEISQE EQEEEEEQEQEIEEEQEQEEEZE1E2E22zEs2s?2E5Es?sE9E9EE535552555222EEEEEEEEEEFEEEEEEEEE5EEQEEE5255322?9iiEEEEE??s:f:ZifEiEf55f', . . .:f.. .-.51:l:1?l5.-:-:fl ...1:2:a::::Z:f NADDEY OFFICE SUPPLY, INC. "Complete Office Outfitters" Agents Smith-Corona Typewriters 0- 8th Street AU9UStQ, GG. Phone PA 4-7727 SCHULTZ HILL AUTO GLASS Complete Auto Glass Service While You Wait Just Across 5th Street Bridge Phone TA 2-8881 - TA 2-7947 Barry Boswell, Owner ATTAWAYS GULF SERVICE CENTER Friendly Dependable Service FOR THE LIFE OF YOUR CAR-GO GULF RICHMOND MOTOR SALES, INC. Telephone PA 4-5551 915-55 Greene St Augusta, Georgia LYNNHURST SERVICE STATION "Serving North Augusta" With Sinclair Products 471 W. Martintown Rd. North Augusta, S.C. etts ade LENA PIG 1OOW:a Home Owned Pure Pork Sausage Belvedere, S. C. An Error of Sight is not a Disease We examine Eyes and - Prescribe Glasses when Needed GODIN'S Optometrists and Opticians 956 Broad Street Visit the CAROLINA THEATRE Always a good show and always the best! BAYNHAM'S MOTEL North Augusta South Carolina BARNEY'S DRIVE IN South's Finest Hamburgers Old Fashioned Pit Barbecue S. C. Side 5th Street Bridge "Go Yellow Jackets" PHILLIP'S 66 336 Edgefield Rd. Leymon Key Belvedere, South Carolina RALPH HATCHER'S GARAGE General Auto Repairing on All Make Cars "Specialists on Chevrolets" 1433 Harper St. Shop: Dial PA 2-5086 Res: Dial TA 4-1688 McCLAIN FURNITURE C0, RUBEN'S DEPARTMENT STORE Philco Appliances Beech Island TA 4-5801 Outfits for the Entire Family Store of Better Values 100fXa Home Owned 914-916 Broad Street COMPLIMENTS FRED YARBROUGH, FOOD BROKER KEY WHOLESALERS, INC. "Lowest Wholesale Prices in the South" 1251 Reynolds St. phone PA 2-1306 Augusta, Georgia W. E. SIKES Jeweler Jewelry Watch Repairing 412 Campbell ST. Augusta, GQ, BELVEDERE HANDYMAN SHOP "Sales and Service for the Home" 354 Edgetield Road Belvedere, S. C. Phone TA 4-1346 METROPOLITAN AUTO LOANS 106 W. Spring Grove Avenue North Augusta, South Carolina TA 4-8946 J. H. ROWELL'S TEXACO STATION 346 Edgetield Road Belvedere, S. C. Phone TA 2-9239 "Your Texaco dealer, the best friend your car ever had." Pick up and Delivery Service HIXON INSURANCE AGENCY 106 West Spring Grove Avenue North Augusta, S. C. RHODES OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 321 8th Street Augusta, Georgia AARON'S SU PER MARKET 41 - 1302 Wrightsboro Road 332 - 1121 Gwinnett Street JOHN F. MARSCHALK Meats - Groceries - Produce 1 16 - 13th Street C. E. PETTY Fancy Groceries cmd Meats 519 Georgia Ave. North Augusta, S. C. RHODES AUTO SERVICE Bear Wheel Balancing and Alignment General Auto Repair, Welding Frame and Axle Service 1325 Reynolds St. Augusta WALTERS' MAINTENANCE SERVICE Phone PA 4-1253 Belvedere, South Carolina ivan allen company 1 13 8th Street Augusta, Georgia Telephone PA 4-7548, 4-7549 Office Supplies and Equipment J. E. FALLAW Building Contractor Phone TA 2-1035 111 Clearwater Rd. Belvedere, S. C. ELLIOTT SONS W. H. PRESLEY CONSTRUCTION CO. EASTERN MOTOR COMPANY Grading I "For 24 Years Your Oldsmobile Dealer" Clearing Hauling 1333-Broad Street PA 4-4337 Equipment Rental Augusfal Ga' :ne TA 2-0082 Belvedere, S. C. , LYNCH INSURANCE AGENCY THE ASHLEY MOTOR HOTEL North Augusta's Pioneer Insurance Agency Highways 1 81 78 fEstablished June 1, 19341 Dial TA 2-4177 613 Georgia Ave. 3 Miles North North Augusta, S. C. S., PERKINS LUMBER coMPANY "Quality Building Materials Since 1858" 619 Thirteenth Street Telephone PA 4-3551 , ,, we J BEAUFORT AND KING Compllmemsof 120 7th Street Realtors B. B. Congratulations to Class of '59 COMPANY EDEN Fl ELD'S 630 Ellis Street Phone PA 2-5363 A gugfql G gm Quality Foods Since 1907 Dlslrlbulors of We Deliver Phone TA 2-7 A t otive Replacement P t 534 Georgia Av EAST BUENA VISTA NORTH AUGUSTA THE JACKET HIVE A teenage organization of North Augusta Mayor-Larry Murphree Members: Dick Brown Bruce Campbell Sharon Caswell Barbara Daugherty Martha Graybill David Kearse Skip McQuiston Aloha Moore Ann Moore Barry Pitts Pat Stewart Buddy Reddic Dick Ulmer Brenda Williams Charley Williams Linda Wise "Putt your troubles away at the Putt-Putt" Fun for the entire family! PUTT-PUTT GOLF COU RSE North Augusta Airport Hill 4 minutes from Broad St. on U. S. Hwy. if 1 N. "We Expertly Feed N.- f-f. "'u"ofcY6 - Fseonlcl-I 4 v 6 O O O 1 Q.A.AQA'Q 1 EEl1RlEH1MIlllllE I, " v ' .. .IL , . 4.42- ' fi- 469. Q , IAIUYAIFURLD 5' ,I 8 AULU5TA.Gk I" 'fm-gvxsiw , bolus JEWELERS the Barnyard RE 2-2972 "Your Friend Forever" Augusta, Georgia FEEDRIGHT MILLING CO. Augusta, Georgia 913 Broad St Dial PA 4-1745 PA4-2670 PA 3-1916 WEEKS OIL AND APPLIANCE CO. HECK BOSWELL Esso Heating Oils and Propane Gas Co' INC. Phone TA 2-5024 North Augusta, S. C. 103 E. Buena Vista Starters and Generators Exchanged Owned and Operated by Heck Boswell and Leon Williams 125 Sand Bar Ferry Rd. Augusta, Ga. coMMuNlTY BARBER si-lor MURPHY-WEATHERFORP Plumbing . . . Heating... 106 Wilde Drive Belvedere, S. C. Plumbing and Heating Supplies J. E. Murphy Augusta, Ga. THOMAS H. BRITTINGHAM 81 916 Twelfth St. Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning Contracto Augusta, Georgia Carrier I' Phone PA 2-6825 PA 1616 Walton Way C0- GAS Docron Heating 81 Air Conditioning 2-4519 Augusta, GCI FRANCES STEVENSON SCHOOL OF DANCE Member Dance Educators of America 304 West Spring Grove Avenue North Augusta, S. C. Phone TA 2-4008 HERMAN JOHNSON FIRESTONE 1046 Broad Street Augusta, Georgia AUTO PARTS CO. 2339 Milledgeville Road Phone PA 20424 Phone RE 6-8426 Augusta Ga SCROGGS AND EWING ELCY'S BEAUTY SHOP Serving North Augusta With Professional Services 507V2 Georgia Avenue Phone TA 4-6001 AUGUSTA CONCRETE BLOCK COMPANY Phone TA 2-5524 Manufacturers of Hi-test Concrete Blocks Strength Fire Safe Plant Location Hamburg at 5th St. Bridge Augusta, Ga. Beauty Permanence I am glad to have been a part . . . of your school lunch. COMPANY Broad at l2th Street Phones PA 2-6641 PA 2-6642 Automobile Tires, Tubes, and Batteries Wheel Alignment and Balancing Brake Service Make me a part of your life. HUDSON MATTRESS AND LAKE view PHARMACY U PHOLSTERY WCRKS Furniture - Mattresses - Automobiles "Open 24 Hours a Day" Free Esfimates T800 Broad Street Phone PA 3-4495 Call Day or Night TA 2-2556 Augusto, Georgia Belvedere, S. C. MAN LY'S LETTY'S FLOWER SHOP 1609 Georgia Ave. Phone TA 2-0455 SCOH-ANNGTGF M0l0l'5 1716 Marion Avenue Marine Supplies - Trailers North Augusta, South Carolina Phone TA 2-2961 FIRESTONE sToREs s 7th Q1 Broad sf. Phone PA 2-4851 51' Augusta, Georgia S . Pi , 0 REDMOND'S U PHOLSTERY SHOP Valspar Paint- Auto Glass - Mirrors CAP ERS 1456 Jones Street Augusta, Ga. Point 8K Gloss CO, Phone PA 2-4592 H. H. Redmond, Proprietor 1436 Reynolds Street Formerly Riverside Paint Company W. B. QDUIJJ Capers Phone PA 2-0419 FIFTH AVENUE SHOPPE "The Shoppe All Women Know" Where the most original clothes originate SAM BODIE 81 SONS OIL COMPANY Friendly Dependable Service U. S. Royal Tires and Delco Batteries 1849 Georgia Avenue Ext. HARBIN'S Flowers and Gifts Metcalf at Walton Way Augusta, Georgia MILES AUTO SERVICE 123 Sand Bar Ferry Rd. PA 4-1224 General repairs on all types of cars and trucks All work guaranteed HARRISON-GULLEY CHEVROLET, INC. 533 Broad Street Phone PA 4-8224 Augusta, Georgia Compliments of GENERAL ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY A Division of General Electric Distributing Corporation FEAGLE MOTOR COMPANY Your Authorized Buick and Chevrolet Dealer Johnston, S. C. MEYER'S PRESCRIPTION SHOP Prescription Specialist We Cordially Invite Your Patronage REEVES ELECTRIC WORKS 84 SUPPLY CO., INC. 1202-8 Reynolds St. Augusta, Georgia Phone PA 2-1209 FAMOUS BRANDS SHOES Save 30 to 70CK: 877 Broad St. Augusta, Ga. MARKS OXYGEN COMPANY New Savannah Road Augugfql GQ, Compliments of Your CADILLAC DEALER F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. 800 Broad Street AUQUSTU Georgia Phone TA 4-8559 Ed Beverly BEVERLY'S FUEL OIL Phone PA 4-7738 Leading Home Furnishings to the South 719 Broad Congratulations and Best Wishes to the 1959 Graduates from NORTH AUGUSTA LIONS CLUB 1 1706 Fifteenth Street Phone RE 6-6502 UNITED SU PPLY COMPANY Upholsterers Supplies CHECK-R-BOARD TERRY'S PAINT AND BODY WORKS 1346 Reynolds Street MOONEY'S SHOES 310 Eighth Street Augusto, GQ. Phone PA 2-8773 Correct ond Corrective Shoes for men, Women, ond Children PRESCRIPTION OPTICIANS Two Loccitions 1451 Horper Street Lobby Southern Finance M izvnvfskos wsow .. ,wee A A-A ef -. ,, A ,,-- W, , ,,oof A. --A-. e.,.,..o .. ,f yA.fW'Msn2s. W. ..xiffQw..ssses A 4 ,. 1. .- ?S4 fit, .. . .N .Q t ,.,, . .....,..vfif:xq .E A Q. fgysxx W .. .. .X ., 5 1 ..... ,. . M. 1 .. A A FooTE at DAVIES, INC. i..siiivini,,.. ..i..-i .ii i-.H i.i. Ania FACULTY DIRECTCDRY S. E. STILLWELL-PFiHCiP3lQ University of South Carolina, A.B., M.Ed. H. A. BOUKNIGHT-Band, Furman University, A.B. SANDRA BROWN-Latin, English, Furman University, A.B.g Sponsor of M.H.A. SYLVIA ANN BRYANT-Home Economics, Biologyg XVinthrop College, B.S.g Sponsor of Future Homemakers Association. S. BUIST-Sciences, Assistant Coach, Clemson College, B.S.g University of South Carolina, M. of Science. JEAN CLARK-English, Social Studiesg Winthrop College, A.B. VIVIAN B. CROXTON-History, Democracy, Erskine College, A.B., University of South Carolina, Graduate Work. MARGARET B. DAWSON-Mathematics, Winthrop College, A.B. CLARIMONDE EvANs-Coach, Physical Educationg Winthrop College, B.S. CALHOUN F. GAULT-Coach, Physical Education, Presbyterian College, A.B., University of South Carolina, Graduate Work, Sponsor of Block Letter Club. 177 ELIZABETH A. GODEREY-French, Latin, Winthrop College, A.B., University of South Carolina, Graduate Work, Sponsor of Le Cercle Francais, M.H.A. XVEBSTER D. GRAYSON-Economics, Algebra, Chemistry, As- sistant Coachg Newberry College, B.S. LOIS GREENE-Biology, Wfinthrop College, A.B.g University of South Carolina, Graduate Xvork. NLARGUERITE HAMMOND-Mathematicsg Lander College, B.S.g University of South Carolina, Graduate NVorkg Sponsor of Stu- dent Council. SUSAN JONES-Libraryg Columbia College, A.B.: Sponsor of Cornwolei Club. NANCY DEAN LANY'RENCE1L:OI'I'i1'l1C1'CCQ XVinthrop College, B.S.g Sponsor of Future Teachers Association. FRED B. LINDLER-Mathematics, Newberry College, A.B.g Ala- bama Polytechnic Institute, Graduate NVork. E. L. LOWE-Industrial Arts: Morehead State College, B.S. LENNA V. MORROW-Englishg NVinthrop College, A.B.g Citadel, Appalachian State Teachers College, Graduate NVork. ELIZABETH MURPHY-English, Newberry College, A.B.g Uni- versity of South Carolina, Graduate Work, Sponsor of Yellow Iarltri. FRANCES Toon-Englishg Winthrop College, A.B., University of South Carolina, M.Ed.g Duke University, Graduate Work, Sponsor of Sandspurs. HAP,RlET TURNER-Historyg Winthrop College, A.B.g Sponsor of Beta Club. L. T. WELLS-History, Spartanburg Junior College, Wofford College, A.B.g Sponsor of Beta Club. ACKNONVLEDGMENTS In our small way, we, the staff of this 1959 Sandspurs, would like to show our gratitude for the guidance, co-operation, and effort of these 'lbehind the scene" supporters. They made the publication of our year book possible. Miss Frances Todd, our beloved advisor, whose unselfish de- votion made this annual the success it is. The typists, who worked many long hours typing the annual. Mr. S. E. Stillwell, our principal, for his co-operation and understanding. The faculty for their patience and tolerance throughout the year. Mr. Robert Wilkinson, our photographer, for his co-operation in enabling us to have such excellent pictures. Mrs. T. L. Clary, Jr., Mrs. H. C. Cullum, and Mrs. J. L. Spigner for graciously allowing us to use their beautiful homes for taking pictures. Max Sims and the N.A. Siar for the football action shots. The generous businessmen for their advertisements. The student body for their interest and support. THE To these loyal people we express our sincere appreciation: STAFF A Berry, Judy ....... .... 7 0, 87 Bunch, Paul .......... .......... 7 6 Alexander, Bill Yggggggggggg 19, 28, 29, 95, 96, 100 4 Beverly, Stan ..... .......... 2 8, 29 Burdette, Jimmy ............ ...... 3 0, 31 Alexander, Judy ggggg Agg----,--- -.Y'w-vv-gg7ggggg 6 5 , 83 93 Bivens, Carolyn ..... ....... 2 8, 29, 82 Burkhalter, Mary Lee ..... .... ........ 7 , 66 Allen, Delol-is ,,,,,, ,--,---,,-,,,, 7 2 Black, Louis ............ ...... ..... 7 S Burns, Bobby .............. ........................ 7 0, 77, 97 Altonnian, John ....i 72 Blackstone, Barbara ...... .. 76 Burnside, Linda ...... ...... 3 2, 33 80, 85, 89, 90 AnderSOn, Linda ..... -.-... ......... .............................. 7 4 B lakely, Bill ............ .. 19 Bussey, Charlottee ....... ...- .......... C ........... 66, 86 Anderson, Samml' 67, 3 96, 100 Bl3nCl1arCl, Dickie .... .,.., 6 6 Bussey, Margaret ,..... ,,,,, 3 2, 33, 82, 118 102' 104 Blandenburg, Pat .... ........ 7 2 Byrd, Barbara ...... ............ 3 2, 33 Andrews, Jimmy ...... 66, 96, 100 Blevins, Ann ------g- gggg 7 2, 75 Andrews, Michael ...... ..... 2 8, 29, 88 Blevins, Earl rlgrrrrrgrrrrr 66 97 Andrews, Peggy iiiii ----------'--- 7 4 Blitchington Barbara 66, 86 A Aram, Mike Ygzrgwwv A ggg- ham 66 f ---- l Calamus, Jimmy ...... ...... ..,., , ..,............ 6 6 , 84 Arnette, Jimmy ,,,,, M 66 Blume' Mafgafet eeeeeee eeee 2 3' 29 Calhoun, Jimmy ...., se, 67, 84, ss, 90 Austin, Diane ...... ..s.,,.., 7 2 Bodle' Linde ---- ----- 6 5 Callaway, Hildrerh ,,,,, M, ................. 66, 89 Ayer, Birkie -,,... .... . . ..... 75 90 Bodlei Pmifia -e--'e- "e-ee"-eee"fee 7 4 Callicorr, Ann ,.,,,,, ,,.,,.,,,..,,...,.,,,,.s.ss.... 6 6, ss 30311611 Tom? eeeee e---'- 6 6' 97' 101 Campbell, Bruce ..,,., ...... 3 2, as s4, 94, 96, oan , Die ,.,,. ,,-,----,, 7 5, 97 100, 112, 169 Bailey, Mickey -A,---- YVYVYY A U 66 BOl3l'lCl, Ken .......... ,.,, 7 3, 86 Capers, Carolyn .... ............... a 70 Bailey, Richard ,,,,,,, W 77 Boland, Tommy ....... .,.. 7 S, 101 Carmon, Angela ...... ...... 3 2, 33 Bailey, Camilla ,HKKVVW -,,-,,,,, 6 6 Bolton, Bob ....... .,..,,,.,,,,,,,, 7 5, 102 Carter, Steve .,.,, ...... 6 6, 97 Ballard, Andrew -,,- 77 86 Bolton, Ronny ...... ..... 3 0, 31, 94, 96 Cashwell, Jerry .. .. 32, 33 Ballard, Edward ,,,,, YYYYV 6 6 Bonne, Julia ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 66 Cashwcll, Tommy ,,,,,, ,.,.,.,,.,,,...........,,........ . 66 Banks, Carolyn .. . 66 B0Yd, Charles .. .. 30, 31, 95, 101 Caswell, Sharon ...... . 66, 81 84, 87, 89, 169 Barber, Charles ....,., ,.,..,. . ,,.,, 7 5 Boyd. Johnny . . ee, se, lol Clmsrian, Bill L ...... ,,,..e......... . 32, 33 Barden, Beverly ..... 22, 72 83 B0Ylfl'1s D011 .. 66 Christy, Kathy ....... 70 Barksdale, Bobby ...... ,,.i..,.. ....,,,,,.,,,., 7 3 Bffldllfy- Ann 66, 81 Clark, Gerald . 71 Barton, Brenda ...... 28, 29 85 BNLHCY4 Elhfl - - 70. 90 Coates, I.. C. 77 Barton, June ....... 74, 84 90 Bradley. GCUFBC' f - . . . .. .. .. 66 Cole, Tom . -- 66 Bates, Charles H W Y 73 Bradley Jean 30, 31, 65, 80, RI, 85, 88, 119 Connell, James 75 Baxley, M. C. .. .... ......., 6 6 88 Bragg' Gwen H 30, 31 Cook, Bobby , ....... 34, 35 Baynham, Jeanette 20, 76 82 Brewer' Raymond 24' 72 Cook, Elizabeth ,. .,..., ................... 2 0, 71 Baynham, Ned .. ..... rs, 96 loo B'f"k'Cy' B"""fe 70' '03 cmlt, llllgll , as 34, ss, ss, 114, 107 Brinkley, Bonnie 70 103 X Beam, Johnny ....... ............. . . H 77 , ' Looper, Donny ....,. ,..,,. ....... , .... 6 6 89 Belding, Tammy .. 75, 82 86 Brmklcy' .Wayne H 66' 94' 96 Cooper, Walton , ,,,.. 66, 96, 100, 102 Bell, David ...... 2 t ...... 72 Blflii, . 20' 30' 65' ,?i',,9"f Corbin, Burch .......,.... 34 35 Bell, Jerry ,.-.f '--f- 7 5 76 llfylm. Affllur 30, 31, 88, 96 Corley, Wanda 7, 34, 35, 82, 121 Bell, Ross .... C a 23, 29 llfvllll- David 6 .. 77, as Crouch, Patricia s ,,.,.. ., .. 76 Berry, Betty Jean .. 76 Bullard, Tommy 75 Culbertson, Joyce ...... . 67 89 Berry, Brenda .. 66 l5Ulll'114f0nl Kay 7 71, 98 Culbrcath, Ann .. ........ 76 93 STUDENT INDEX Daly, Bill VVAV .,,, 7 0, 75, 97 Daniel, Ann 7,A-,-- 77...,.,,,,.Y. 3 4, 35 Daniels, Leroy ,,,., L ,,,, L ,v,,,,,,,A, 72 Dansby, Jimmy ----------- YY.........,, 1 8, 34, 35 Daugherty, Barbara .,..... .,,,,.,,-,,, 3 4, 35, 81, 115, 120, 169, 107 Davis, Billie ....-- ..44YY..V...... 7 , 67, 83 Davis, Earl .f,,. ,,,..........,, 6 7 Davis, Lela .... .... 3 6, 37, 83 Day, Buddy ,.,,,,, .,....., 6 7, 68 Day, Dickie ,.,,.. .................... L ......,......... L ,,... 6 7, 96 Day, Richard ....,,,,,, 36 84, 91, 95, 96, 97, 101, 104, 105 Dederscheck, Walter ...,,. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 7 DeGennaro, Mike ,,,,, L ,,...,,, L ...,,,,, .,,,...,,. 7 5 Denny, Bill ........e.,e ...... 7 4, 97 DeVine, Jerry ...,.. ..,.,. ,,,....... 7 4 Dickens, Gaile ...Y L .,..... ...... . 67 Dill, Paul ..... L ......,. L .,.... LL. 75 Dixon, Gary ,.... L ,,,,..,,,. 67 Dockins, Dean .... L ..,..... ,,,, 7 6 Dorris, Shirley .,... ,,,,.,,,,,,, ..,,,,.,,,.., 7 4 Doster, Frankie ,.,1,, L .,..,... 1111,1,,,, L 70, 98 Douglas, Frances ,,,.,.. ,,,. 6 7, 84, 87, 89 Douglas, Harry ..... L ,,.,,1...........,...11,, L D,,,, 36, 37, 101 Douglas, John ,,,..,.. 36, 37, 65, 82, 84, 85, 88, 89, 95, 100, 105, 109, 117,121 Doyle, Jane ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,l L ,,,,1,,,, ,,,,,,, 6 7 Duffcll, Olivia ...,.,.,,,,1, 1,,l, L LLL ,,,,, Lu, 67 Drummond, Leonard ,,,,,,, L l,,,,,,,,,, 21, 73 Duke, Walter ,,,,,,.,,, L ,,1,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 6 , 37 Dunagan, Ray ,,,, ,,,, L ,,,,..,,.,.,,,, L LL ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 75 Durden, Berry ,,,, ,L ,,,,,, L ,-,,,,,, L ,,,,,,,,,, H ,,,- 67 DuVall, Larry ,,,,,,,, L ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 , 97 Dye, Lillian ,,...1. L ,,,,,.,., L ,1,,1 LLL ,,,,, L ,,,,,,,,,,, 67 Dyer, Martha ,,,, ,,,,,, 7 6 84 E Edwins, Dan ,,,,, L ,,,,,, L ,,,,, 67, 34, 96 Epps, Eddy ddd., L .......d .,d, L ddd.dd . L ,dedd 36, 37, 120 Evans, Barbara ,,,,, L ,,,,,,, L ,,,,,,,,,,, 36, 37 F Faglie, Glenda ....22 2,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.., 6 7 , 82, 89 Faircloth, Claire ,,,. L ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,.. 3 3, 39 Fallaw, Jack ..d,2 ,,,,2,,, 2 2, 67, 96 Fallaw, Linda ,...,,, ...1... L .....,. 6 7, 68, 82, 89 Ferguson, Gerry ..,, 66, 67, 84, 96, 102, 114, 107 Flrby, Nancy ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 7 Flemister, Birdie .,,. ..... 6 7, 98, 99, 105 Florie, Kay ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 3, 67 Flowers, Stan .,1,,, .,,,.........,.. 7 7 Floyd, Penny ,,.... ...,. 4 0, 70, 90 Folk, Darlgene ..... ,.,... 3 3, 39 F0lli, Dianne .,,,, ,,.,,,,,. 6 7 Folsom, Danna ..,. 72 Ford, Danny ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 7 Foster, Betty Lou ...... .... 3 8, 39, 85 Fountain, Bob ..... ..... 38, 39 F0Wler, Floyd ,,..,, ,LL ,,,,,,, ,,,,, . 73 F0Wler, Lloyd ,,,,,, L ,,.,,,, ,,,,, 1 9, 74 FOWle1', Jameg --------,- - ---- K ,,,,,,-, ,,,.. 6 7 Franklin, Martha ,,..... ,,,..........,a 7 0 Fraser, Jerry ......... ,...,..,.. 3 3, 39, 114 Frost, Jackie .,.... L ...........,,,,,. 71 Gantt, Barbara ,,,, Gardner, Carlos ..,.. Gardner, Doris ..,, Garvin, Jerrie ,,,,r Gay, Wilbur .,,,, Gibbs, Diane ......, Gibson, Claudia ,,,,.. Gingrey, James ,.... Godwin, William ..,,r. Golden, Ronnie .a,,.,. Goodwin, Carolyn .... Gould, Ralph ...... Grant, Jimmy ...... Graves, Anne ...,....,. Graves, Linda ,,,,. L ..,,,,, Graybill, Eustace ....... Graybill, Martha ............ 40 Graybill, Robin ,,,., Greene, Jewell ,,,,,,,,,, Gregory, Betty Ann ..... Gregory, Billy ..,,... Griffin, Warren ,... Hair, Marcia ,,,, Hall, Patsy .,,....... Hamilton, Aaron ,,,,,,, Hamilton, Bobby ,,,,., Hamilton, Edward ,,,., . Hamilton, Jean ...,,, Hammack, Terri Hammond, Larry ,.,,,, Hammond, Margaret ,,,,,,, Hankinson, Sandra Hanna, Mi Hanshew, ke ......,. Paul ,,,,,, Harbuck, Jerry ,,,,... Hardman, Myra .,,,, Harley, John ,,,,,, Harper, Bill ,,,,, Harris, Johnny ,,,,,., Harrison, Bill ....., Hart, Roy .,,,,,, Harris, Ro bert ,,,,, Harter, Charlene ,,... Hatter, Charles ...,, Harville, Ben ,....., Harvillc, Dennis .,,, Haskell, Ann ,,,,, Haskell, Laura .,,,, Hatcher, Sandra ,,,,. Hayes, Pam ,.....,,, Hayes, Roy ,,.,......,a, Haywood, Jockyel .,,,. 20, 38, 77, 70, 32, 90, 67, 33, 39, 94, 36, 72, 41, 82, 114, 169, 40, 41, 74, 75, 67, 84, 96, 100, 40, 40, zz, 67, 77, 40, 41, 40, 72, 67, 75, 84, 42, 67, 42, 7, 43, 72, 85, 73, 74, 32, 42, 43, 35, LL ,,.,,,,,,r,,..... 67, 68, Holland, Gary ,,,, Holland, Ronny ,,,,.,. Holloway, Leon ,..,.., Holmes, Julie ,,,,,,,. Hooker, Scotty ...,, Howard, Harriet ,,,, Howard, Jack ...... Howe, Bill ,,,,,,, Howell, Gayle ,,,,, Howie, Jimmy ,,,,,, Hudson, Donnie ,..,,, Hunt, Danny ..,. Hurlbutt, Guy .,... Hurst Gayle -. ..... Hutchingson, Jimmy Hutto, Charlene .....,...., Hyer, Paul .... L ....r, Irby, Catherine ...,. Janke, Eugenia ,.,... Jeffrey, Martha ,,,,.r Jenkins, Chester ...., Jennings, Walter ,.,,. Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Andrew ,,,,.. Brenda ,,,,, Edward ..., Janice .,,,,, Joyce ...... Haywood, Margit ..,,,, .-f,,aa,-,--,-----a---- 6 65 63, Heath, Sandra .,,,,,,,... 42, 43, 30, 35, 39, Herndon, ROSilanCi ,,,,.- . ----------a--6----------e-------f - Herring, Joan .,,,......ffff,,-a-----------a---f---------- 72, 32, Herring, Judith ,.,,,,,,.. 3, 7, 8, 12 42, 43, 65, S0 81 82, 84, 85, 90, 108, Hicks, Dianne ..,, ,..f, ,,,,.f-,-,,,--- ----------f---------- ------- Higgins, Scotty ,,..... Hightower, Iris ,,...,. Hill, Jo .,,,.......,. Hires, Jo Ann ....,, Hobbie, Faye ..,,aa. Hobert, Carol ,,,.. 179 71, 42, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Judkin Jackie ...,.. Kenny .,,, Oscar ,.,.,..., Sara Ellen .,,, Thomas .,..,,.. Kea ne, Connie ,,,, Keane, Ellen .......,.. Kilby, Betty ,,,,. L ,,,..., L ........ Kilby, June .,,,... Kirkland, Ann ....,. Koon Lynda ....., Koen, John ,,,, Koon, Paul ,.... Langley, Albert .,..,. s, Malcolm .....,. .,...,..,....... 44, 45, 82, L ..,.... 68, 44, 19, 76 44, 45 77, 96 44, 45 75 90, 118 72, 97 68 83, 87 44, 45 73 L 68 L 68 68 45, 120 68, 83 74, 97 LLLL....L..LL.... 70 71, 72, L ...... LLL ...... 46, 44, 45 68 68, 86 44, 45 21, 75 76, 90 L... 75 70 7, 7, 46, 47, 34, 86 32, 89 47, 87 73, 90 76 35, 116 L...L .,,. L .,.. -...L.L ,......,.,... LLL 68 3, zz, 46, 47 46, 47, 87, 98 74, 84 - ......,., L ,..,.,,,. LL.LL--.L 68, 83 .L ...... LL .......... L ........, L 68 LLL.LL..-L .,,,,.,. 75, 86 LLL sssss 46, 47, 100 L ,,,........,.,......,,,,,.,.,...., L .....,.,. 68 Law, Charlotte ..... 46, 47, 80, 85, 110 Lawson, Lynn ....,,,,,, L ..,..... L .......... L ........... 73 Lee, Bob ....,...., L .,,...a,. L ..... - .... --..-... 68, 91 Lee, Louis ...,... L ....,,,..,,,,.. ... L .......,.... L... 77, 97 Leopard, Peggy ..... Leopard, Shirley ,,,.,, ...L.L-L.L...L.-.-.. 70 ,L ..,,. -..LL ...,..,, ...., . LL... 68 Lever, Stanley ,.,,.,, L ..., L ,.,,. L .,.. -LLL ..,, L ,,.. LLLLL. 73 Lilly, Iris ...... L ........ L ..............., L....L ,.....,... L...LL 68 Little, Judy .......aa,...a.,... .L .... L... 23, 46, 47, 103 Long, Cynthia .... L ,.,., L .....,,,,.. L.L....L .... L ....... L 70, 86 Long, Tonya ..... L ....... L ...,. L ..,. L .L.. .Q ..,,.,,,.,. 68, 83 Lott, Patty L.... LL ,..L.,. L...L ......................,.... 48, 49 LOWC, Joyce ...... ...L 6, 48, 49, 80, 84, 38, 89, 115, 107, 119, 121 Lowe, Richard .... LLL.. ............. - ..... 68, 91, 101 Lutz, Carolyn ...... L..-L ........ L ............. L.. 68 McAfee, Don ..... LL.- ........ - ........ - ....... L...-.-.L 73 McCall, Betty ,,,,,,,. McClain, Rusty ,,,,, McCorkle, Helen ,,,, McCullough, Jim ..,,,.. McDaniel, Joyce ,,,,A McDaniel, Sabra ...... 73 21, 74 - -- .,..,,... 48, 49 48, 49, 82, 85 - ..... - ......... - .,.. - 71 McDonald, Ray ...,..,..,... ,..... . -- .V,.,,, .. 68 Mclilmurray, Andy .,,, --- McElmurray, Harold McFarland, Bob .AA,.. McFarland, Sarah ...... McKie, Virgil ..,.,,..,, McKinnon, Barbara ...... McLaurin, Carolyn ..... .- ....,r...., - ..,.... - 76 21, 68, 8 8 - ...... - ..... 68, 98 ...... - 71 - ....... ..... 7 2 ---- 68 McLaurin, Martha ..,... ...,,,,....,r..............vYa4YY A . 70, 84 McMahan, Kay .............. 8, 48, 49, 82, 84, 85, 120 McQuistion, Howard ..........,.,aar...a............ 48, 49, 169 Main, Renee ....,. Manders, Leroy ......,,.,.. 48, 49, 94, 95, 96, 100, 102 Manley, Donald ,.,.. - .............., - ..,r............. .. ....Y..... 76 Marshall, Melvis ..... Martin, Carole ..... Martin, Mary ,,,,.,, Maye, Derryl ..,.... Mayson, Milbert .,.. 77, 87 --- ,.t... .... 3 70 --- ,,,,,, .... . 68 68 Meets, Laura .,,, - ..,.,,,,, - .,,,,,,..,,,.,,,,.,.,,.,.......... 68, 83 Metts, Marsha ...., ,,,, 8 , 21, 26, 50, 51, 85, 91, 103, 120 Miller, Carey ....... ...... .,,,,.. 1 8 , 68, 86 Miller, Carol ..,. -3 .......,, ...... . ..- ..., --. 73 Miller, Cecelia ..... 3.- .V,...,1..,. ..... 7 0 Miller, George ..... - ...... - ..... -... 76 Miller, James ....,...., ..,..,,,................ ...,.... 6 8 Mitchum, Kressey ..,., - .-- Mitchum, William - ......... ..- ,,..... - ..... - .......... -.- 77 .... -.. 75 Montgomery, Don .... - ..............,.. - ....,.,,,.,....,. 69, 96 Montgomery, Lanny Montgomery, Patty Montgomery, Richard ,,,,,, 3 Moore Aloha ...,..... Moore Ann ,,.,, Moore, Fay .,,,.1 Moore, Robert ,,,,, Moore, Sherry ..... Morgan, Linda .,..,. Morris, Sandra Morrison, Rush ...1. Moseley, Marya ..,.., Mullinax, Shara ...., Mumford, Jimmy ,,,,,, Murphy, Leslie ,,,,,,,, Murphy, Mary ,1,,,, Napier, Janice ,,,,,,. Nappier, Ronald .... Neely, Linda .,.,.., Newman, Pat ,f,,,,. Nickolson, Jimmy .... Norris, Sandra 1105 ...., Norris, Sandra 4121 Oakley, Frank O'Berry, Betty 21, 50, 51, 65, 88, 94, 96, 108, 120 ------------. 70 -1 .,1,.,..1,., 73, 97 - ...... -3..- ......,... 69, 169 73, 86, 87, 169 - - .,.,,,,,, - ,,o,,.,1,,..oo1,., 74 63, 69, 83 77, 82, 90, 98, 105 69 7, 50, 51, 85 18, 73, 84 - oeoeeeeeeielee 72, 86 20, 67, 69, 96 73, 33, 100 74, 76, 83 70 - - 3 71, 73, 86 72 3 -, 76 69, 86 77, 121 50, 51 3 3. 69, 102 69, 87, 89 STUDENT INDEX Oliver, Cecil ........... - .....3 ........... - .... 6 9 Orr, Charlotte 3.3. - 3.3....33 33....... 69, 82, 86 Ouzts, Jack ......... - ....3 70, 71, 84, 90 Overton, Rusty ..,,., .3......3....3. 7 , 69 Page, Levona .3.3. .3.. 2 6, 50, 51, 82, 85 Palmer, Sallie ,..,2 ,- 33,33, - 33,, 50, 51, 87 Parker, Judith - 3333. .... 5 0, 51, 82, 85, 120 Parkes, Beth ,... - .....,. .... - - .... - .......,,3.. 72 Paxton, Pat ,,,3 3,,3.,.,.,,333,.,,33,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 9 Payne, Richard .3.33. 33333. 2 6, 52, 53, 82, 85, 94, 96 Peeples, Janet .....,.1 ,3,,, - ,..,.,,,, - ,,,,3, 7 3, 82, 83 Pentecost, Elaine ,,,,,...,.,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,3,,3 83 Pentecost, Glenn .... 19, 52, 53, 94, 96 Perry, Arthur .3333,. 3,,,,,,,,,,3,,3,,,33 - 73, 86 Peterson, Linda .... 33.. 5 2, 53, 98, 99, 13 Peterson, Lynda ,,,,,,, ,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,3,,-,,-,, 6 9 Peterson, Patti 3..... - ,,,,,, 69 Peterson, Richard ,,,,,,,,,,, 71 Phail, Sonny .,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 3, 71 Phillips, Bill ,,,.,, -Y ,-,,-v 76, 86 Phillips, Jack .3,, - -,,,,, 3,,.,, 7 7, 36 Pierce, Wallace ...3. 33,,,,33,,,,.,,..,,,,333333,,33,,,,,,,,,, 7 4, 97 Pitts, Barry ..333. 25, 52, 53, 30, 84, 33, 35, 90, 115, 120, 121 Poston, Tommy ..3.3.. ,3,3.. 5 2, 53, 02 Powell, James ..3..... ,,..,,,,, ,.,,,,, - ,,,,. 7 3 Powell, Tommy .33.. - ...,3, ,,,,,,,,,,3. 5 2, 53 Preetorius, Jerome - ........... -..- .......... 69 Prescott, Cap ,,,,.,,3 3,,.,3,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,3,- - 3,,,, 7 4, 86, 90 Prescott, Walter 3..3....3.3. 21, 52, 53, 95, 96, 97 101, 114, 107 Priesrley, Jerry 3,1,33 ,,,., 6 5, 71, 97, 100, 102 Printup, Bub ..... .3.. 2 2, 54, 55, 89, 111 Ramsey, Jack ..333 ,,,,, 6 8, 69, 83 Rape, James ....... ,-,.,,,,,, - ,,,. - ,..,, 6 9 Rape, Kathleen .33. - ..... 54, 55, 85 Redd, Tony 33333333 ....333,3333333333,33,33,,,,,,,,,, 2 3, 76, 86 Reddic, Buddy 55, 81, 33, 39, 95, 96, 115, 120, 169 Reutter, Betsy .3....3.13,, 26, 54, 55, 31, 35, 105, 118 Rhoden, LeRoy .........1.13.3333333,3.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 54, 55 Rich, Mary Frances .3,333 33,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 3, 54, 55, 85 Richards, Jerry ,,,3,,,, - ,,,, - ,,,, - ,,,,..,,-,, 54, 51' Rinehart, John 3333,, -,,,,,-- 6 9 Robertson, Betty 333,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 6 9 Robinson, Bootsie 3,,333 ...3... 7 , 56, 57, 96 Robinson, Joe 3333333333 .3333,.3.3,3. 5 6, 57 Rogers, Mary Ann - 3 33 33333333, 77, 86 Ross, Bennie 3 , ,, .. 24, 56, 57, 96 Rourk, Beckic 3 3 ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,-,, 7 0 Rowell, Lynne 333333 ,,,,,,,,,, 7 3 Rucker, David ,- ,,,,, ,Y 69, 95 Ruben, Paul H 69 Sailors, Jerry Salter, Mickey Samples, John ....3 Samples, Phyllis - 33 Sanders, Ann 3.3... Sarrat, Billy Saunders, Dot 3333 ....333 , 3 56, 57, 80, 94, 101 33 .333333333333, 56, 57 69 70 7, 68, 69, 36, 93, 105 22, 56, 23, 74, 57 90 Scales, Tim ......,..... -,.--- - ..-.. - .... 71 Schwartz, Larry ................ - ............ - ...... ...- ...,....... 69 Self, Bill ....33........ 25, 56, 57, 83, 95, 96, 102, 121 Senerote, Geraldine ...........,...............3. -.. ...3.3... 58, 59 Shaw, Parker ......,..,3,.......... 20, 58, 59, 85, 115, 107 Shen, Bob .........3. - ............... - ....... - .... .--.--- 74 Sheridan, Dick .3........ 9, 21, 25, 58, 59, 65, 81, 94, 96, 100, 110, 121, 117 Sheridan, Kay 3333 ..33...3.. .........33333.3,. 7 1 , 75, 81 Sherrill, Judy ..... -.--..- ........... 69 Simmons, Grover .33333 33.3...3......3 7 6, 97 Simmons, Henry ...... .... 5 8, 59, 85, 88 Simril, Jeri ,33,33... 3333333333..33. 333..3.3.3333....33 Sims, Joyce ..... Sizemore, Pat .33... is, 53, Smart Bill .....3.333.3.. 33............3..3.3. - .33.. - Smith, Billie Ann .3,3 .- .333... - ....3 - ....3.... - 73, Smith Celia ..3.. - 3...,.. - .3..... .... - 7, 58, 59, Smith Smith Smith 1 , Howard ..3..3. Rachel .... Regenia 3333.33 Stahl, Lloyd ....3...... Stephens, Adrian ..33.... Stephens, Ann ...33.3. .. ........ -..-.-- 19, - ...... -- 3........... - 77, -3- ..... 58, Stevens, Billy .333..3..33..3..333........333......3333333....3..33.3.3.3 Stewart, Pat .3........ 60, 61, si, 85, 39, 91, 107, 114, 124, Story, Brenda .33.3 - ........3. --3-3---3 Strom, Betty Jo 333333 33.... - .3.. - 33... 1 8, Strom, Elaine ..... - .333 - ...3 - ..3....... - ........ - ..... Strother, Donna ...... 8, 18, 60, 61, 82, Sullivan, Elizabeth ..... 3......... 2 0, 60, 61, Sumerau, Jane 3333333333..,3...,....,3,33.3, -.- ...1.......... Summers, Wesley ..... - .,.... - .... - ...... -.- 60, 61, Sumner, Kay .,,-.....,. 3.........3. - ....... .... Swann, Raymond .,.... - .... - .... --.3--..- ....... ..- Talbert, Betty ..., ....,3 . - .,...-.... .-.33 Taylor, George .,,3... ..,-.3-3..-. - ..-. - ,.... 7 4, Templeton, Martha ,-,- 69, 84, 87, 89, 98, Tennant, Jeff ,--,,,,,. - .,.3. 18, 60, 61, 85, Tennant, Jon ..-..,, ...... ......3.... - . ..- Theus, Wyatt 3.,-..,., ..........3.... Thompson, Buck ,,.., ....,,.3,..3 ..... 6 9 , 96, Thurmond, Betsy .333, .- .....,...--, ....,.... 7 1, Thurmond, Rodney ,.3.... - .....-.- - ........ ...3 .. 69, 97 Ticlinell, Norman ,,,,,, ......... 6 9 Traylor, Tommy ...... ...... ...... 6 9, 101 Trimmicr, Sara .,,,, - .-,,,,. - ,....,..... 23, 77 Tudor, Marian 3--... 60, 61 Turner, Becky .,.,.. 69, 103 Turner, Jimmy .,,.. 3..... 1 9, 71 Twelkemeier, Gary ,,,,,, ....... 7 2 Twelltemeier, Sue - ..... 69 Twiggs, Alice .... .-.... 7 3, 83 Tyler, Buck - - ...... 67, 69 U Ulmer, Dick 3 3 ,,,,-, ,,,,. 6 9, 96, 101, 169 V Vandergrift, Donny 3 3... 69 Vandergrift, Ronny a---- 69 Vaughn, Carleton ,3 - ....3.3. .- 69 Vaughn, Harriett 3 ...--- 505 61 Wadford, Tessa ....... ...... .neu 77, Leon ..... - ,.,..5,,,, ,.,,, Walden, Celeste Walden, Walker, Leila ...,,. Walker, Mary e.,.. Walton, Bobby . Warren, Toby .. 62 72 Waters, Eunice NVatkins, Kathy Watkins, Patsy Webb, Mimi ..,.,. Weeks, Ann ...... Wells, Doris ....... ,,-, - 21, 62, 63 69, 82, 84 62 63, 88,115 Wells, Janice .,,,.., ,.,,,, s,,,,,,,,,,YY,,,,,--,,,, -'-,,,,-, 1 9 Whatley, Loveli Whatley, Robert I' 2 ---- - --------, - --.......w - ............. 71 use 76, sa 1 F 1 ?T,7 ' , sr' 77, 86, 90 83, 62, 63, 72, STUDENT INDEX Whelchel, George ....... - ..., - ,.,.,...,, Whitaker, Billy ..r,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,, 6 9 Whiclaw, Ronald ,,,,,,, ,,,7,7 5 9, 97, 101 Widener, Virginia A,,. ,,,,,.,,,,-YY 7 7 Wiggins, Nolan ,,,,.., ,,-,,,-,,-,,,,,,,,,,YYw,,,,,,,.. 6 9, 97 Williams, Brenda ......s ,ss, 3 , 9, 12, 62, 63, 30, ss, 37, 89, 109, 118, 169 Williams, Charley .,.,..,. 62, 63, 65, 35, 94, 96, 100, 101, 102, 104, 105, 113, 169 Williams Mary Jo ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,-,-,-,,,,-,,-------,--- A--,,,Y 7 4 Williams, Sara ,,,1,,,,,, YYYY 5 9 Williams, Thomas ....,,, ..- 69 Willingham, Allen ,,.,, ,,,,,,Y,,,, 3 8 Willson, Marsha ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 5 9, 36 Wilson, Jane .....,.1 64 Winburn, Charles ,,.... ...........,,,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,, 6 9, 97 Wise, Linda ...,...... ..s,, 6 2, 63, 84, 87, 99, 105, 112, 121, 169 181 69 Woodruff, Edward Woodward, Bill . ,,., , Wfrenn, Charles .... 64, 95 Wright, Charles ..., ,,,,,,. 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