North Augusta High School - Sandspurs Yearbook (North Augusta, SC)
- Class of 1960
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Thy praise I sing, to North Augusta,
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North Augusta, South Carolina
LINDA FALLAW, Editor
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XIARY LEE BLRKHALTER
A ctizities Editor
BILLIE ANN SMITH
LE GRAND NIOORER
MISS FRANCES TODD
Working together for the benefit of the stu-
dent hody, the administration has given its
time and effort without ceasing. Guiding, en-
couraging, challenging the students, the fac-
ulty is always interested in their Welfare. Here
Mr. Stiilwell is conferring with the representa-
tive department headsg out of many such con-
ferences have come better student-teacher re
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To the Seniors:
The future is yours. It is not yours to own, hut rather
it is yours to use. To serve, to learn and to do are the
uses to which you-and only you-may put the future.
No person can live alone and apart from all others.
Others will serve you, and you will End your only com-
plete satisfaction in contributing your time and talent
to helping others.
You can serve only if you understand people and the
world in which you live. You have heen given the founda-
tion on which to huild the future: knowledge which is
indispensahle for helping others.
After all, lo know what to do and to know how to do
it are without meaning unless this knowledge is used.
Day hy day, opportunities to help others will present
themselves. It is at this point that you will reveal your-
self most clearly to yourself and to others. lt is said that
output equals input-or as phrased in the Book of Books,
uAs ye sow, so shall ye reapf'
For those who love you, the future can hold no greater
opportunity or promise than that your genuine efforts
will hring genuine rewards.
MR. HAMMOND BURKHALTER . . ..... Chairman
MR. JOHN E. MCELBIURRAY . .
MR. BENNETT COCHRAN ..
IVlr. William Fallaw, IVIr. John N. IVlcLaurin, Mr.
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Hammond Burknalter, Mr. Bennett Cochran.
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OUR AREA SUPERINTENDENT
To: The North Augusta High School Students:
l helieve that the historians will record the decade from
l95O-1960 as the most eventful era in the proud history
of the North Augusta High School. Most of you students
have had the unusual privilege of participating in and
heing a hrst-hand witness to the unfolding events of this
Truly you have heen the recipients of opportunities
unlimited-in an environment and period conducive to
the development of the hest that is in you.
I sincerely hope that the future years will give you a
deeper sense of appreciation for the ideals and traditions
of your Alma Mater, and a proportionate awareness of
your debt of service to those who follow.
Yours very cordially,
You are about to Complete a school year in which you
have seen the end of one decade and the heginning of
another. Do not spend too much time bragging ahout your
accomplishments nor regretting your shortcomings. Look
to the present and future with all of the wonderful op-
portunities which they afford. You must have learned
from the past that effort is required to achieve. Having
learned this lesson. may you use the knowledge to help
make this devade the greatest ever heeause you have
done your part to make it great.
wish for you the hest of everything in the days and
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iilrs. Sandra Broun Miss Syliia Bryant Mr. Samuel Buist Miss Jean Clark Miss Lurline Commander
Versatile Faculty Supervise Classrooms, Shops, Laboratories
SANDRA BROWN. latin. l'iI1gllSl1fl:UfIll3I1 lvniversity, A.B.q
Sponsor 1,'i i 3l.H.A.: Hobbies: Cooking. Sewing. SYLVIA
BRYANT. Home Economics. History. Biology-Yvinthrop Col-
lege. HS.: Sponsor of Future Homeniakers Association, Hob-
bies: Traveling. Cooking. SAAICEL BCIST. Cheniistry-Clein
son College. BS.: University of South Carolina. Master of
Science: Basketball Coach: Line Football Coach: Hobbies:
Hunting. Fishing. JEAN CLARK. English, Social Studies-
Winthrop College. AB.: Hobbies: Playing the Organ, Reading,
Golf. LCRLIXE COMMANDER, Library-Coker College, AB.:
Columbia University, Appalachian State Teachers College, and
University of South Carolina, Graduate Work, Sponsor of
Library Club, Hobbies: People, Places, CAROLYN COX, Chorus
-Wesleyan College, A.B.g Converse College, B.Mus.g Hobbies:
Records, Sewing. VIVIAN CROXTON, Social Studies-Erskine
College, AB., University of South Carolina, Graduate Work,
Hobbies: Reading, Television. MARGARET DAWSON, Mathe-
matics-Winthrop College, AB.: Hobbies: Fishing, Reading,
Miss Clarirnonde Evans Mr. Calhoun Gault
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Mrs. Elizabeth Godfrey Mr. Webster Grayson Miss Lois J. Greene Mrs. Marguerite Hammond lVlI'S- JO Aim HU"'te"
Faculty Assist Students With Extracurricular Activities
ELIZABETH GODFREY, Foreign Languages-Winthrop Col-
lege, A.B.: Lniversity of South Carolina, Graduate Work: Spon-
sor of M.H.A.g Sponsor of Le Cercle Francais, Hobbies: Bridge.
Horseback Riding, Directing Weddings. WEBSTER GRAYSON.
Social Studies-Newberry College, B.S.: B Team and Baseball
Coach: Hobbies: Bridge, Hunting, Fishing. LUIS GREENE.
Biology-Winthrop College, A.B.g Lniversitv of South Caro-
lina, Graduate Work: Hobbies: Reading, Traveling. MAR-
GKERITE HAMMOND, Mathematics-Lander College. B.S.:
University of South Carolina, Graduate Work: Sponsor of
Student Council: Hobbies: Basketball, Tennis, Playing with
Faculty members enjoy a coffee break.
Daughter. JO ANN HUNTER, English, American History-
Nleredith College, A.B.: Sponsor of Beta Club: Hobbies: Read
ing, Cooking. REBECCA KKRTZ, Physics, Algebram-Vivomanis
College of North Carolina, A.B.g Hobbies: Bridge, Tennis
Knitting Socks. Reading. NANCY DEAN LAWRENCE, Com
mercegvfinthrop College. B.S.: Sponsor of Future Teachers
Association: Hobbies: Cooking, Bridge, Reading. FRED LIND
LER, Mathematics-Newberry College, A.B.g Alabama Poly
technic Institute, Graduate Wfork: Hobbies: Music, Reading
Mrs. Rebecca Kurtz Miss Nancy Dean Lawrence
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Mr. Fred Lindler Mr. E. L. Lowe Miss Lenna V. Morrow Mrs. Elizabeth Murphy Miss FVHHCGS Todd
E. L. LOWE. industrial Artsf--llorehead State College. B.S.:
Hobbies: Reading. Furniture-making, Fishing. HODNEY Mc-
DONALD. Band-Florida State linixersity. B.Xlus.: Hobbies:
Hunting. Fishing. NlARlLYN 3lcXEll.l.. English. American
History-Columbia College. .-LB.: Sponsor of Beta Club:
Hobby: Bridge. LENNA Y. NIORROW. English-Yvinthrop
College. .-LB.: Citadel. Appalachian State Teachers' College.
With niuch ethciency Mrs. Kenneth Jones, the school
secretary. performed her duties. Never having a spare
moment. she attended to a variety of tasks-from
handling all the nionej: paid in by students to filling out
transcripts of seniors for college. Patiently and compe-
tently she rendered service for both the students and
faculty. Her charm and friendly personality endeared
her to everyone.
Graduate Work: Hobbies: Traveling, Photography, Bridge.
ELIZABETH MURPHY. English-Newberry College, A.B.g
University of South Carolina, Graduate Workg Sponsor of
Yellow faclfetg Hobbies: Flowers, Reading, Sewing, Traveling.
FRANCES TODD, English-Winthrop College, A.B.g Univer-
sity of South Carolina, M.Ed., Duke University, Graduate Work:
Sponsor of Sanrlspursg Hobbies: Reading, Traveling.
Throughout this past year Mrs. Hope, the school dieti-
tian, has provided nutritious and attractive rneals. A well-
balanced diet contributes greatly to a personis health and
well being. In addition to eliiciently operating the lunch-
room, she is always willing to help with banquets or other
school functions. Thanks to her careful planning, the
lunch hour is a pleasant one.
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Student life at North Augusta Senior High
ranges from daily assignments and classroom
work to a wide variety of extracurricular ac-
tivities. Combined, these produce busy and
well-rounded students. This year has brought
active participation in clubs, sports, chapel
programs, and school responsibilities. Here is
a familiar scene-the three o'clock rush.
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Leading their English class in writing good paragraphs are Judy Hamilton, Steve Grifhn, Gene Williams, Faye Thompson, and Mickey Ruben.
Using a tape recorder, Terry Williams and Doug Hixon improve their
speech with Miss Todd's assistance.
llRepeat that vvord once more," said Jimmy Machemer to Martha
English Is Important Because
Because language is the medium by which a person communi-
cates his thoughts and feelings to his fellow men, it is the most
basic of studies. The English teachers strive to help the student
express his thoughts clearly. coherently. and effectively through
a study of grammar and application of these grammatical prin-
ciples in paragraph development and theme writing.
Mrs. lVlurphy illustrates the use of vivid verbs to her pupils,
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Th" dr-gmame The famous sword nghting
scene from Macbeth.
It Is the Medium oi Communication
Emphasis is placed on reading widely so that the student
may gain ideas. increase his vocabulary. and acquire a better
understanding of himself and the world in which he lives.
This reading program is guided by courses in American Lit-
erature which gives the student an awareness of the literary
development of his own nation and in English Literature
which gives him a ri-Qineeption and appreciation of his English
P, -' 3-,niagara 'Ms Hunter and Dick Ulmer choose a
llDouble, double, toil and trouble," chant the witches-Betty O'Berry,
Mimi Webb, Gayle Howell, and Sharon Caswell.
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Returning from ner trip to France, Mrs. Godtrey views with Laura Haskell
and Floyd Fowler tier slides ot Paris,
The Study ul Foreign Language
Students are offered the opportunity for
study in two language fields-Latin and
In Latin they study the language and cul-
ture of the Romans, enriched by reports and
special projects. Grammar and derivatives are
emphasized in daily translations and vocabu-
laries. The geography of the Roman world is
studied through maps. wall charts. and
French. with the goal of making a pupil
understand and of having himself understood.
is taught with stress on pronunciation through
taped French voices and records, Both basic
grammar rules and reading the language are
emphasized also. Songs. original conversa-
tions. poems. and thoughts are used to stimu-
late interest and oral practice. Club meetings
aid in teaching the background of France
and her people.
Thus students are provided with a cultural
background for personal enjoyment or fur-
With a curtsy of the skirt and a tip of hat. French students sing l'Sur le Pont D'Avignon.'l
the Home Ee Department and the
Library Are Assets to the School
The phases of home economies may vary from fashions to hair
styles. to cooking. The girls enjoy experimenting with food and
sewing problems and studying ways of saving time and money. ln
the third-year Class. they study advanced sewing and cooking. Also.
they take part in interesting discussions on home and social life.
The State Fair in Columbia ollfers a great deal in the way of helpful
information to the FHA students. who attend the joint meeting of
the Future Homemakers and the Future Farmers of South Carolina.
Se":' -:Ne E: gfs sity a ru"-Course meal, which they prepared.
Jerre G, J .,-- C ffafder, and Lloyd Fowler place pictures in the
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ln Horne Economics Miss Bryant explains a recipe to her class.
The library is the informational center around which
much of the program of the school revolves. The atmosphere
is friendly and informal. Students are encouraged to develop
the 'clibrary habitwe-to browse and explore, to solve research
problems, to read for information. recreation, and inspira-
Teachers and students participate in the selection of all
library materials because they are chosen to meet the needs
of the curriculum, reading interests, and abilities. The staff
and teachers work to train all students to become inde-
pendent in making the utmost use of the library.
Looking at newspapers in the library is enjoyed by Wayne King.
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Learning to use a slide rule is studied in Mr. l.indler's Algebra II class.
In geometry Billy Stevens learns to ind the size
of an angle by a construction.
llTne cube root of eight is two," explains lVlr. Lindler to Jack Fallaw
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Mathematics ls the "Master-Key ui the
Hath is a tool needed in everyday life. lts importance is increas-
ing at North Augusta. Realizing that niatli is necessary for everyday
living. North Augusta has always ollered four years of study. but
bputnik has Caused more students to select tlie advanced courses.
Algebra I and Algebra Il seek to train students to read a problem
with understanding. organize the given facts, tlien solve for the
Plane geometry teaches the pupil to question "wliy?" while rea-
soning for himself. and to appreciate tlie use of geometric forms in
nature and in the works of man.
Seniors who study trigonoinetry are encouraged to master nauti-
cal. aeronautical. scientific. and engineering problems involving
triangles. using logaritlims and tlie slide rule for easier computation.
They are introduced to solid geometry. tlien study advanced topics
Trigonometry students tearn interesting facts about solid geometry
xg 3"-ery Query Ou-argon Ann Sanders, Sherry from MVS' Hammon
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, Miss Dawson points to the linear equation drawn by David Hanshew.
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After the explanation of the biology lesson Miss Greene asks Dan Rushton
to set up the microscope.
In the biology lab Edna Moore and Kathie Smith dissect a crayhsh.
Students Probe the Field et Science
Understanding the fact that biology is the study of the
living world. the sophomores are busy with microscopes,
scissors. forceps. and scalpels trying to probe into the living
to learn about the anatomical structure of each laboratory
specimen. The juniors receive a basic knowledge of chem-
istry by learning such fundamentals as the Metric system.
valences of elements. writing chemical equations, and
making some of the common elements. The seniors are
undertaking to discover. describe, correlate and interpret
the facts and phenomena of the inanimate world. Some of
the problems solved include heat, light. sound. electricity.
and machines. The ability to interpret these problems and
to carry the fundamentals to any specific field is the purpose
involved in the physical sciences.
Nlrs. Kurtz reminds Steve Carter of the
requirements for his physics workbook.
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urement is necessary in physics.
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Study hall time gives Ethel Bradley, Jimmy Turner, and Frankie Doster a chance to work on their American
'The roots of the present are deep
in the past" is the theme of the his-
tory students. In order to understand
better the problems of the world to-
day, the student must know what has
come before. This is the primary aim
of the sophomore World History
Junior year students learn to appre-
ciate the American heritage in the
required American History course.
Along with the textbook, the students
study current history as it happens.
Projects in American history are
The quality of a piece of cloth is explained by Sherry Moore A B
in her Economics class,
Grayson and Kay Florie.
In Economics the "ups and downs" of the stock market are discussed by Mr.
'lilies' incltnlc book roports rclutccl to tlio unit of
work lacing stuclicil. I'CSt'3I't'll papcrs. roports on
related topics from current nowspapcrs :incl niaga-
zines. posters. historical inoyics. reports on local
points of historic intcrcst. and trawl accounts of
trips made to historical places of national intcrcst.
liiullotin lwoartl displays tiozitnrv tlic licst ot' tlivsi'
ln liciiiocixicy during the senior your. students
acquire a knowleflge of tlic operation of tlcnio-
rratic government under tln' tfonstitution. This aint
of the course is to toavli tlotiiovraicy in action so
that liettcr citizens will lw nnnlc to take tlwir
proper placcs in tlio worlcl.
Studies Makes Better Citizens
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Democracy and Communism are compared by Bonnie Wyatt
Mrs. Croxton Ends some more information to he p Beth Parks and Jerry Belt
with their American History projects.
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After nnishing his figure for mechanical drawing, Earl Blevins
to Mr. Lowe.
The Commerce Department seeks to train capable
and eflieient secretaries. uCorrect practice makes per-
fect" is the maxim that is stressed because ac-
curacy as well as speed must be attained. They work
hard to develop their skill in typing, shorthand. and
bookkeeping. By using modern equipment, such as
electric typewriters, duplicators, adding machines, and
calculators, they gain practice in accepted business
methods, To compete with the modern electronic
machines, these girls must put forth great effort to
develop work habits and personal qualifications that
will put them in first place in the business world.
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Industrial Arts and Commerce llffcr
ln the technical and industrial world a mechanical drawing
employs a visible language consisting of lines, letters, symbols,
and numbers to express ideas and convey technical informa-
tion. Skill in drawing as a phase of planning and problem
solving is important in connection with all construction of
experimental projects. Those students who plan to become
architects or engineers need this course.
Vlfoodworking helps students develop insights and under-
standing of the impact and importance of industry in Ameri-
can life. Projects become means rather than ends. A chair, for
example, has its history. art, arithmetic, botony. geography.
English. and even Latin.
As Miss Lawrence corrects a bookkeeping test, Gail Dickens and Sandra Morris wal
to turn in their paper.
Planning to be secretaries Diane Miles, Julia Boone, Elaine Pentecost, Judy Sherrill, and Brenda Story try to type their best each day.
UA good Serve may win tlie ganie. reminds Miss Evans to Janice Wells, Sandra
Stevenson Laura lVletts and Betty Robertson,
Physical Education Develops Muscular
Coordination and Sportsmanship
The program of physical education and health for North Augusta
High School students is devoted to strengthening bodies and en-
couraging good health habits. Through group and individual com-
petition. teamwork. sportsmanship. and skills are developed and
improved. Besides calisthenics. tumbling. and building pyramids.
students may participate in class games. The boys play football,
basketball, soccer. softball. and tennis. A wide variety of sports is
also oliered for girls: archery. ring tennis. shufileboard, and many
varieties of games played with balls. Discussions of teen-age health
and social problems make up the prominent part of health classes.
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The boys jump high for a rebound.
A good point in basketball is brought out by Mr. Gault
The Band and the Chorus Contribute
Muoh to the School Year
North Augusta's growing music department is a living
tribute to the many people who have worked so hard on
it. The band, composed of 40 members who have fine
instruments and uniforms, has come a long way from
the first N. A. band-of ll members. Not only has the
group developed as a well-drilled marching unit, but
also great progress is evident in its proficiency as a
The chorus has been re-established this year by Mrs.
Carolyn Cox, who has done a beautiful job with the
students. The chorus has contributed much to the school
year by participating in many chapel programs and
Although it is relatively new, the music department
is becoming well-known in the state for its excellence.
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Listening to lVlrs. Cox sing is a delight to Dean Dockins and David Rucker
Band music is given out by lVlr. lVlcDonaId to Barbara Blitchingtorr and
The Flute Section ofthe band reliearses forthe state contest.
Linda Porter' and Kay Hanlon help select music
the chorus' chapel program.
Varied Activities Make Student
Yaried activities make up student life. Hours of study-at
home and in the classroom-provide the means for each stu-
dent to attain his goal of graduation from College or a chal-
lfllging job. School clubs sponsor many worthwhile projects.
By helping to publish the Samfspzzrs and the Yellow laelret
students gain valuable training. Throughout the year inspira-
tional and entertaining assembly programs are arranged by
the student eouneil. the two publications. and the Beta Club.
Seasonal sports add interest to the passing days. During foot-
ball season pep rallies. led by the cheerleaders and the band.
keep morale high. Students eagerly antieipate Homecoming
game beeause the Closely guarded identity of the queen is
ln February the juniors begin planning for their play. which
is later presented to help tinanee the .iunior-Senior Prom. The
seniors are busy with nominations. eleetions. publishing the
yearbook. Also. invitations hay e to be selected. Caps and gowns
must be ordered. The days pass rapidly by and soon Comes
lune l with graduation.
Jack Howard and Richard Montgomery are certainly putting the Li't Black
Book to good use as they make a date for the basketball game.
Twirp Week is enjoyed by Jimmy Arnett as Charlene Hutto
carries his books.
I' the iibrary students cram for midterm exams.
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With the help of lVlr. Stillvvell, Bobby Hamilton registers for his senior
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Haywood, and Camilla Baker.
Jeri Simril helps Buddy Day with
his gown for graduation
On College Day many seniors are interegfed in learning about Furman University,
lVlr. Gault presents the North Augusta Star Player of the Week
Award to Warren Grifhn,
Cao' Hayes s-:: 'es tfe nmscal background as Ann Sanders narrates an l'Ode to the Sandspursf' This highlights the SANDSPURS circulation drive
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C N ht : Tift -fron. SECOND R-Ohh. June Barton, Jo Hill, June Kilby, Tessa Wadford, Martha Dyer, Dianne Nipper, Joyce Culbertson, Gayle Howell
l X35 ' iff News Dost-er H 'clretli Callaway, Sara Jones, Sara Williams, and Linda Neely. THIRD ROW: B. Hamilton, B. Harville, J. Fallaw, E
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The 1959 Homecoming Queen-Martha Templeton.
1959 Football Season
During sports seasons the Cheerleaders add pep to the school with
Receiving awards at the All Sports Banquet were Louis Lee, Scholastic
Achievement Award, Mike Joy, Ouzts Most Valuable Scrub, Jimmy Mumford
and Dan Edwins, A. L. Metz Blocking Trophy, Mike Zier, Goldman Sports-
manship Award, and Sammy Anderson, the North Augusta Star Trophy
awarded to the Most Outstanding Player of 1959.
BELOW-The Girls' Basketball Team were honored at the All Sports
victorious Beaufort game
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At the end of each school day the Rag is folded and put away.
Pam Linda Carleton, Rusty, and Larry rehearse their iines from the Junior play,
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Jimmy, Waiter, Betsy. Betty Buddy Bnb Frances and Martha capture the atmosphere
of France at the Mardi Gras.
:':za supper is enjoyed by the members of Student Council Mrs Hammond and Mrs Godfrey
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fun pursuing their hobby.
Morning devotional is given over the pubiic address system by Mike Srnith.
Cast for UYou Canft Kiss Caroiine": Myra iMi5s Jamesoni, Jinirny KJohnnyJ, Linda ilfaroiinei, Rusty Uoeb, Frances iSusieJ, Sharon CSalIyH, Joyce CShirIeyD,
Larry CMiitJ, Pam Ueannetteb, Carleton KVViIiiei, Johnny IStanIeyJ, Wyatt il-iowiel, I-iiidreth fBunnyD, Ann iPati, Connie CMa Randi.
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Many boys were lnterested ln hearing about Clemson College,
3' Q "" ' 'vw eb"-'cake ls served to Sue and Lynne by lVlrs.
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G 1 5 e 2 Q .nays long at the end of the break.
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Gerry Ferguson, Linda Fallaw, Sammy Anderson.
GIRLS' AND BUYS' STATE
For their outstanding qualities in leader-
ship, character, courage, honesty, scholarship,
cooperation. and physical fitness Linda Fallaw,
Sammy Anderson, and Gerry Ferguson were
selected by the North Augusta High School
faculty to attend the 1959 Palmetto Girls' and
Boys, State. The objective of this assembly
is to educate the youth in the duties, priv-
ileges, rights, and responsibilities of Ameri-
can Citizenship. During their weekls visit at
the lfniversity of South Carolina Linda.
Sammy. and Gerry learned about the consti-
tution and the statutes of the State of South
Carolina. After attendance there they returned
to their senior year in high school. steeped in
the doctrines of fair play, equal opportunity
for all, freedom of thought, speech, and re-
ligion. and the ability to live and work har-
moniously with others. Girls, and Boys, State
is one of the most outstanding and serious
obligations assumed by the American Legion
and the American Legion Auxiliary.
Preparlnq to leave for the Beta Club Convention, Frank Oakley, Carolyn Lutz, Betsy Thurmond is puzzled by Becky Rourlds inscription in the S ND
and UiCl4 3Ol3Vld Dllf W99399 lfl illellf Calf- SPURS, while Danny Ford is finding Harold lVlcEInwurray's amusing
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I- snrolfe dance around a huge bonhre peps the students and the football players for the Greenville game.
After the victorious Aiken gaine Mumford and Grifhn give each other the
good luck shake.
Students are the basis for a sound school
system. Sophoniores, juniors, and seniors are
joined together to seek knowledge. United,
they work to achieve their goals: to graduate
from high school and to go on to college, to
learn the art of getting along with other peo-
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ENIUR OFFICE S
JIMMY CALHOUN . . Presidenz
JIMMY ANDREWS . . Vice-president
GAYLE HURST . . Treasurer
ANN BRADLEY . Secretary
Jimmy A .... Gayle . . . Jimmy C .... Ann
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Johnny. . .Cheri . , . Buck. . . Betty. . .Tommy
NO DAYS ARE LIKE OUR SCHOOL DAYS
X0 days are like our school days, We
Remember good times there
ln North Augusta High School,
Our Alma Mater fair.
No friends are like our old friends, though
They left us one by one.
But we know they remember
The joys, the tears, the fun.
No times are like our school times when
Ambition fired us all.
Our teachers, daily striving,
Prepared us for our call.
No teachers like our teachers with
Their helping hands so strong!
They guided us through perilsg
Refreshed, we journeyed on.
No life is like our school life, an
Its deep impressions last.
We'll bravely face new zeniths,
Remembering our past.
No school is like our N. A. High
And when a school bell rings,
We-,ll think of parting sorrow
That graduation brings.
JAMES LESLIE ANDREWS
Sports are right down his line, pref-
erably football . . . his highest ambi-
tion-just to get through college . . .
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IUDITH ELAINE ALEXANDER
Versatile . . . a ready smile . . . a
helping hand . . . often seen on a ten-
nis or basketball court.
SAMUEL LEE ANDERSON, IR.
Big in heart . . . loves people and
having a good time . . . admired and
liked by everyoneg '4NIr. Football"
. . . Shrine Bowl standout.
MICHAEL ARTEMUS ARANT, JR.
Always up to some prank . . . Swim-
ming and skiing are his sports . . .
wants to be an HAir Force Manf,
MICHAEL WAHHICN BA ILICY
l7rir'nclly disposition , . . a good pal
...fun-loving . . . sense ol llllllltll' . ,.
likes F-Wllllllllllgjf and lIHlllIlg . . . 'im
bilion just lo ln- his own.
lVlAIlCAlll'1'I' lYAlNlII,I,.'X ISAKEII
Prelly liair :tml laseinaling lnlue eyes
. . . likes llu' i'W1'Hlii . . . liglilllearlefl
. sinwre . . . an amluition to lic a
JAMES DELOS ARNETT
Cooperative . . . bright mind . . . Sin-
cerity and Common sense make a
passport anywhere . . . unassumingly
courteous . . . mischievous . . . un-
-"", Lfsett Camilla, Sammy, Mtke, Jimmy Andrews, Mickey, and Judy gather wood tor the fire.
SENIURS CLASS UF 1960 .. ret
.IL'DI'l'H ELAINE ALEXANDER
E.H.A. '57, '-53: Basketball 50. '59. Manager -601 Yellow frrclrel
'50, 59: Cirls' Track learn '50, '60: Bulletin Board Committee
55. '59, '60: Beta Club A59. .6Lli Lunch Room Assistant '59. 760:
Ir.-Sr. Place Card Committee 259: Ir. Play Tir-kr-t Committee
'59s Le Cercle Erancais '59. '60.
SAMSCEL LEE ANDERSON, IR.
Football 357, 758, 759, 360: Basketball 757, 253, '59, '60g Baseball
757, '53, '59, 760g Class President '57: Most Athletic '57, GSR.
'60g Block Letter Club '57, 758, '59, '60g Class Vice President
253g Le Cercle Erancais 759, '60, Sec. 759g Student Council '59g
Boys: State '59: Chairman of Ir.-Sr. Decorating Committee 7592,
Bus Driver '603 President of Student Body '60: Shrine Bowl 560.
JAMES LESLIE AN DREWS
Basketball '57, 758, '59, '60s Eootball 757. '53, 759, ,6OQ Class
"7 "0 "9 70: Class Treas-
Secretarv l57g Block Letter Club 51, oo, '5 ., 'J
urer sal Le Cercle Erancais '59, 7605 Class Nice President '59g
rned as seniors for their final year.
Student! Council ,5Y9Q Jr.-Sr. Decorating Committee '59g Bus
Driver 60g Class Vice President '60g Mr. Senior '60,
MICHAEL ARTEMUS ARANT, IR.
North Augusta High School '57, ,58, '59, '60,
JAMES DELOS ARNETT, JR.
Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '53, 759g Band '57, 358, '59, '603 Stu.
dent Council '53g State Examination in Geometry, United States
History hog Beta Club 759, 760, Treasurer ,60g Junior Plav ,593
ilunlor-Senior Decoration Committee '59: Le Cerde Francais
09, X602 Sandspurs Salesman '60.
MICHAEL WARREN BAILEY
Junior-Senior Decorating Committee '59
MARGARET CAMILLA BAKER
Chorus 357, ,503 ,Iunior Homemakers 757, '58
GUY EDWARD BALLARD
Better known as "Easy dog" . . . de-
pendable . . . good dancer . . . cheer-
ful . . . always quiet but ready for a
laugh . . . amateur radio operator.
SARA CAROLYN BANKS
Man, can that girl cook! . . . She likes
swimming and sports too . . . Sheis
out to he a secretary . . . friendly and
BREN DA SUE BERRY
Has a heavy third Finger left hand . . .
good husiness student . . . will make
an excellent secretary . . . happy-gd
EARL WOODROW BLIQVINS
Likes girls . . . foollmll player . .
quite a Cut-up . . . new-r docs hmm'-
work , . . easy ln get along with.
l.ov4-S lift- . . . quit-k willl ll smile or
words ol llulp . . . always an optimist
. . . a future lmnfl tlirvcflor.
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SENIURS . . . CLASS UF 1960 . . were waited on hy sophomore initiates.
CCY EDWARD BALLARD
Student Council '-59: Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 559.
SARA CAROLYN BANKS
Junior Homemakers '57, 753: Library Club '57g Seryed at Jun.
ior-Senior Home Room Devotional Chairman 53: JUUIOF'
Senior Decorating Committee '59g Home Room Bulletin Board
Committee '59g Chorus '6U.
MALCOLM CARL BAXLEY
Attendance Honor Roll 757g Football 7573 Basketball '57g Bus
Driver '59, '60.
BRENDA SLE BERRY
Junior Homemakers Association '57, 553.
JOHN RICHARD BLANCHARD
Student Council 559g J
ior-Senior Decoration Committee 759g Le Cercle Francais '59
'6Og Satndspurs Advertising Drive J60.
unior Play Selection Committee '59' Jun
EARL WOODROW BLEVINS
Aquinas High School: '57g North Augusta High School: '53
'59, '60g Football '59, '60g Block Letter Club 759, 760g Junior
Senior Decoration Committee '59' Junior Play Propert Com
mittee ,595 Le Cercle Francais '59, ,60.
BARBARA BRADSHAW BLITCHINGTON
lVl.H.A. 557, 758g Band '57, 758, ,59, '60, Treasurer '60, Clinic
Band 358, All-State Band ,59, Valuable Band Member Award
,59, District and State Music Festivals 757, '53, 7592 Yellow
Jacket Staff '58, Representative to South Carolina Scholastic
Press Association ,583 Junior Play Make-up Committee 759g Le
Cercle Francai '59 '60- ' - ' ' '
s , , Junior Senior Decoration Committee
7595 Beta Club '59, '60.
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LINDA CORINNE BODIE
Much artistic ability . . . Give her a
job, and it will be done well . . . beau-
tiful brown eyes . . . a bright wit.
THOMAS MARSHALL BODIE, JR.
Plays football . . . doesnlt seem to
study, but can do well if be tries . . .
polite and pleasant . . . married.
JOHN JEFFERSON BOYD. JR.
Persuasive . . . roving eyes . . . never
a dull moment witb g'Jobn Henry'
around . . . loyal football supporter
. . . plays drum well.
ANN IQLlZAl3lC'l'H BRAIN .ICY
J4l!1f'll8UlllIgII1CI'FUIlllllly . . . well liked
. . . lropes lo be il l'0lIlllll'I'l'l' lcalvlwr'
or sc'1'rc'lnry . . . likvs lo svw and
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J'lXf'4'lS in wzllvr sporls . . , ralllwr
quivl, unlvss lu- is willl l'l'lt'lNlS . . .
stubborn but willy Ill his own way
. . . llnpredivlablv.
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George, Johnny, Julia, Ann, Don, Linda, and Tommy relax on the patio.
SENIURS . . . CLASS UF 1960 ..received their black and gold class rings.
LINDA CORINNE BODIE
Junior I-Iomemakers 57: Chorus 57: Bulletin Board Committee
'57, 59. '60: Junior-Senior Decoration and Special Arrange-
ments Committees 59: Le Cercle Francais '59. '60: Junior Play
Hake-up Committee 59: Publicity Committee '59, lellou'
faclzet Staff '59: Future Teachers '60, Home Room Co-Chairman
'60: Sanalspurs Salesman and Art Editor '60,
THOMAS MARSHALL BODIE, JR.
Football '57, '58, '59, Track '57g Block Letter Club '57, '5B. '59:
Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '59.
JIQLIA ELIZABETH BOONE
Junior Homemakers '57Z Served at Junior-Senior '53, .lllHi0f-
Senior Invitation Committee '59, Home BOOTH BUHSUU B03fd
Committee '60: Chorus '60,
JOHN JEFFERSON BOYD, JR.
Class Treasurer '57, Band '57, '58, '59, '69, President '60, Track
'57, '58, '59, '60, Student Council '53, Junior Class Play '59,
Junior-Senior Decorating Committee '59.
DONALD MICHAEL BOYKIN
Baseball '56, Boys' Chorus '56, Block Letter Club '56, '57, '58,
'59, Sartdspurs Salesman '56, '53, Football '57, Le Cercle
Francais '53, Vice-President '53, Junior-Senior Decoration Com-
mittee '5B, '59, Junior Play Advertising Committee '59.
ANN ELIZABETH BRADLEY f
Junior Homemakers '57, '58, Library Club '57, '53, Y-Teens
'57, '58, '59, Bulletin Board Committee '60, Served at Junior-
Senior '53, Devotional Chairman '53, Junior Play Prompter
'59, Yellow locket Salesman '59, Junior-Senior Entertainment
Committee '59, Junior Editor of Sandspurs '59, Photographic
Editor '60, Typist '60, Class Treasurer '60, F.T.A, '60, Miss
GEORGE HOWELL BRADLEY
Attendance Honor Roll '57, Junior-Senior Decorating Commit-
tee '59, Bus Driver '59.
MELVIN WAYNE BRINKLEY
Enjoys parties and girls . . . sport
enthusiast . . . never still a minute
. . . To be a jet pilot is his ambition.
MARY LEE BURKHALTER
A brown-eyed red head with an en-
dearing personality . . . quiet man-
ner . . . an ambitious girl who likes
to write letters.
CHARLOTTE ALWA BLSSE5 JAMES THEO CALAMAS JMIES Nom CALHOLN JR
Soft answer and 3 gentle Smlle are Congenial . . . likes to wisecrack . . . bueeess lies in his path knosm
her Ways Hel' half 15 her Pflzed much school spirit . . . good business- as Noon 1 LINOI prim
P05qeS510U llked bt' CWTYOUC man . . . not exactly studious but has pliarmael t lu ll0PL to be
a quick, alert mind.
HILDRETH LOU C,Al,lJAWAW
Known as ullilvlmiew . . . Her vivaeious
smile attracts everyone . . . popular
. . dependable and cooperative . . .
unllmlted em rgy and alnllty.
blnall, quut. and fFlLl1flly . . . lllns
gal loves to sew . . . always makes
good grades . . . exact in everything
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, mi. Za ares Tar, l.ee, Charlotte, Jimmy Calhoun, Hildreth, Wayne, and Ann refresh themselves after a long hike.
SENIURS . . . CLASS UF 1960 . . visited the University of South Carolina tor High School Day.
3lEl.VlN WEAYNE BRlNKl,EY
Football 56. 57. 58: Baseball 56. 57: Block l,f!lt8f Club 57.
'53, '593 Hat-Or gf Teen Toxvn 59: ,lunior-Senior Decoration
Committee '59, F g
MARY LEE Bl RlxHAl,'lER
Sandspurs Salesman 57: Xl.H.A. 57. '531 Y'Tf"f"fF 57' 'SR'
F.T.A. '57, '58. '59. '60: Scholastic Honor lfioll 58: .lf--5K
Decoration' Committee 59: Chairman of .lr. Play Alakc-up
Committee '59, Tellozt' jacket Horne-Room H'fl"'flf'f 7799 LC
Cercle Erancais '59, '60Q Beta Club '59. '602 Nffh' Years PVC
Dance Decoration Committee '59: Senior Editor of.SflnIl5f1LlfS 60.
CHARLOTTE ALNIA BESSEY- I
Band '57, '58, '59: Euture Teachers '57, '58.g'o9, 693 Atfelid-
ance Honor Roll '57g 3I,H.A. '57. '58: Junior-Senior Decoration
Committee 1593 Beta Club '59, '60, Typist Chairman of Sunfl-
JAMES THEO CALANIAS -
student caunai '57, sa, '59i Host Popular '-532, Football P72
Track '58, '59, '60, Candid Photographer for .5fll1flSPll-V5 609
Le Cercle'Erancais '59, '60, Most Versatile '60.
JAMES NOAH CALHOUN, JR. .F F
Student Council '57, M.H.A. '57, '58, State Treasurer '58, '59,
Home Room Chairman '57g Band '57, '58, '59, '60, Vice Pres.
'60, Vice President of Student Body '58g Most Ambitious '59,
Track Team '59, '60g Beta Club '59, '60g Jr.-Sr. Decoration
Committee '59g President of Class '60, Most Ambitious '60,
HILDRETH LOU CALLAWAY
Student Council '57: Home Room Secretary '57, Scholastic
Honor Roll '57g F.H.A. '57, '58, '60, Vice President '58, Treas-
urer '60, Voting Delegate '57, Comwolei Club '57, '58, Secretary
'58, Served at Jr.-Sr. '58, Football Banquet Committee '58g
Most Dependable '58, F.T.A. '58, '59, '60, Program Chairman
'59, Treasurer '60, Le Cercle Francais '59, '60, Treasurer '59,
Jr. Play Cast '59g Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59, Home Room
Chairman '60, Make-Up Editor of Sanflspufrs '60, Y-Teens '57,
'58, '59, Homecoming Sponsor '60.
CALLIE ANN CALLICOTT
Y-Teens '57, Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '58, '59g F.H.A. '57, '58,
Treasurer '58g Served at Football Banquet '58g Beta Club '59.
'60, F.T.A. '59, '60g Junior Play '59, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Com-
mittee '59g Exchange Editor of Yellow faclfe! '59, Student Coun-
cil '59, Jr.-Sr. Planning Committee '59g Home Room Chairman
'59, Le Cercle Francais '59, '60: Sanclspurs Staff '60g Beta Club
Refreshment Committee '60,
STEVE ALLEN CARTER
Willing to help others . . . reliable
. . . plays golf . . . polished manners
. . . enjoys excitement . . . well liked
. . . keen mind.
TOMMY WAYNE CASHWELL
Talented plus . . . plays in a ucrazyl'
hand . . . College is his destination
. . . To play in a professional hand
is his ambition . . . fun-loving.
SHARON LORENE CASWELL THOMAS COLE Ill
A true blond, huh! . . . She's capable Friendly and sincere . . . collects rec-
. . . infectious laughter . . . Watch ords as a hobby . . . A pharmacist he
out when she raises that eyebrow. wants to be . . . eagerly anticipating
his college days.
WALTON MAYS COOPER
Carefree . . . never a serious moment
. . . hardworking atlilcte . . . witty,
good lor a laugh . . . just call him
uWhcatics" . . . line matllcmaticizm
LM RA JOYCIC Clll,BER'l'SON
A bluc-cycd lwlonclc . . . dcpcndalmlc
and clhcicnt . . . llow well sllc plays
the piano! . . . dresses stylishly . . .
DONALD EDWIN COOPER
ln every deed of niischief . . . Cars
are his main interest . . . When it
comes to school, he is unconcernedl
Joyce, Donny, Walton, Tommy, Steve, and Sharon grill hamburgers at the lake.
SENIURS...l3tASS UF 1960 ..reeeived good results from their ad drive.
STEVE ALLEN CARTER
3I.H.A. 57. '58: Scholastic Honor Roll 57: Home Room Secre-
tary 57: Band '57g Student Council 58: Block Letter Club '59,
'6O: Football '59, '69: Junior-Senior Property Committee '59g
Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '59: Home Room Chairman
'69g lellozt faclcet Salesman '69g Host Attractive '69
TOMMY WAYNE CASHWELL
Basketball '57g Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '59g Junior-
Senior Entertainment Committee '59.
SHARON LOREXE CASWELL
E.H.A. '57, '58, '6O: Student Council '57, '58g Nlajorette '57,
"8 '79 '69 Yellow Jacket Salesman '57, '58, Sandspurs Sales-
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man '57, '58g Home Room Devotional Chalrman '57g Comwolei
Club '57. '58. Treasurer '58g Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '58,
Served at Eofotball Banquet '57g Sandspurs Staff, Sophomore
Editor 'M, Junior Editor '59, Served at Jr.-Sr. '58g Beta Club
'59. '60: Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59g Jr.-Sr. Theme Com-
mittee '59g Le Cercle Francais '59, '6Og Jr. Play Cast 59.
THOMAS COLE Ill
Le Cercle Francais '59, '60.
DONALD EDWIN COOPER
Le Cercle Francais '59, '60, Secretary '60g Junior-Senior Dec-
oration Commrttee '59.
WALTON MAYS COOPER
Football '57, '58, '59, '60, Basketball '57, '58, '59, '603 Block
Letter Club '57, '58, '59, '6Og lVl.H.A. '57, '58g Baseball '58, '59,
903 SMF Player Of the Week Award '60, Junior-Senior Decora-
tion and Table Committees '59.
LAURA JOYCE CULBERTSON
Class Secretary '57g lVIost Ambitious '57, lVl.H.A. '57, '58- Scho.
lastrc Honor Roll '57, '58, '59, Sandspurs Salesman '57 758.
Comwolei Club '57, '58, '59g F.T.A. '57g Student Council '58i
Le Cercle Francais '59, '6Og Beta Club '59, '60g Jr. Play Selecl
tron Committee '59, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59, Jr. Play
Cast '59g Home Room Chairman '59g Homecoming Sponsor '60,
ELLISON CLAIR DAY
Quiet mannered but enjoys capers
. , . tall . . . does his Work thorough-
ly . . . quiet studious . . . uncon-
cerned and extremely unflustered.
3 4, H
BILLIE ANN DAVIS
Has a dry Wit . . . magnetic . . . en-
joys action . . . unfiustered . . . checks
c'Deder" . . . Interests include skiing
and dancing . . . may study medicine.
HENRY EARL DAVIS
Sports are his subject, though girls
come first . . . always on the go . . .
energetic . . . not on good terms
J i,, , M
ERIC WALTER DEDERSCI-IECK SANDRA GAILE DICKENS
The life of any party . , . excellent Pleasant . . . nice smile . . . likes a
speaker . . . cowhand at heart . . . practical joke . . . reliable and easy
determined to he a success . . . en- to get along nitli . . . quite a out-up
thusiastic school spirit. . . . lilws to date.
ROBERT CARY DIXON
Sterling character . . . a ulnnn" rxnlio
hoy . . . syslvnialic . . . wants lu al-
tcncl Clemson :incl SIUIIY 1-lcvlrical cn
l"ltANtll'lS IIUW l5Hlltll,AS
acl f,lncrlc.ulcr . . . pcppy .intl vl-
var-ious . . . natural lvaclcr . . . mis-
clncvous . . . sparkling luluc cycs . .
ncal, pretty. and sopliisticalccl . . . 1
r ge rj . 1
Ear' Gaye, Buddy, Billie Ann, Walter, Frances, and Gary spend a quiet evening looking at old
SENIURS. .CLASS UF 1960. .cheered their teams at the pep rallies.
BILLIE ANN DAVIS
Ifellozt' ,laclret Salesman 557: Home Room Devotional Chairman
57. '59g All-I.A. 757. 53: Scholastic Honor Roll '5T. '53, '59, '6ll:
Attendance Honor Roll '51 '59: Tellozt' faclfcf Staff 758. '59.
News Editor '59g Jr. Play Publicity Chairman '59g Le Cercle
Francais '59, '69 Chairman '6U: Beta Club '59, '6Og F.T.A. '58,
'59: Home Room Chairman 758: Xlarlrlox American History
Medal '59: Chairman of Jr.-Sr. Invitation Committee '593 RCP-
resentative to S. C. Scholastic Press Association 759g Sanflspurs
HEXRY EARL DAVIS 4
Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '59g Junior Play L sher '59.
ELLISON CLAIR DAY
Home Room Chairman ,DTQ Scholastic Honor Roll '57. '58, '59g
Beta Club '59, '60, Initiation Committee '60s Junior Marshal
'59g Jr. Play Personal Properties Committee '59g Jr.-Sr. Orches-
tra Backdrop Committee '59g Jr.-Sr. Table Committee '59g Jr.-
Sr. Decoration Committee '59,
ERIC WALTER DEDERSCHECK
Evans High School: Public Speaking '57, '58g Vice President 4-H
Club '53g President of Royal Nine Speakers '58g Debating Team
'53g F.F.A. '57, '58, North Augusta: Jr. Play Outstanding
Ticket Salesman '59g Home Room Devotional Chairman '59g
Le Cercle Francais '59. '6O: Jr.-Sr. Building Committee '59g 11--H
Club '59, '60g District J,-I-I Dairying 759, '60g District 4--H
Speaking '59, 760g Yellow jacket Salesman '6O.
SANDRA GAILE DICKENS
Junior Homemakers of America '57g Future Homemakers of
America '55-lg Served at Football Banquet 753g Served at Junior-
Senior Banquet '58g Y-Teens '53, '59g Junior Plav Ticket Com-
mittee '59g Future Teachers Club '60g Chorus '6O.
ROBERT GARY DIXON
Junior-Senior Decoration Committee 759.
FRANCES HOW DOUGLAS
Cheerleader '57, '5B. '59, '60, Head Cheerleader '6Og Student
Council ,57, '5Bg Homecoming Sponsor '57g J.H.A. '57, '53, '59g
Reporter '5Bg Comwolei Club '57, '53g Student Council '57g
Served at Jr.-Sr. '58s Le Cercle Francais '59, '60, President '59,
Vice President '60g Athletic Club '59g F.T.A. '59. '60g Sana'-
spurs Staff '60.
DANIEL CLIFTON EDWINS
Good physique . . . blond . . . out-
standing tackle who always gave a
good account for himself . . . jolly
and friendly . . . good taste in girls.
if ' w -1,5 fi mf IV' i,251'f'3f""'l.w?'1L
WILLIS WILLIAM DUBOSE, JR.
Always one jump ahead of his teach-
ers . . . enjoys fishing, hunting and
playing pool . . . continuously breaks
SAIVIMIE BERRY DL RDEN
Creative artist . . . likes stamp col-
lecting and music . . . an interesting
person . . . wants to be an electrician
GLEN DA JOYCE FAGLIE
Unchangeable and reliable . . . a con-
genial companion . . . enjoys a good
time . . . likes pizza at Mama lVIia's
. . . versatile ability.
LINDA IOLINE FA LLAW
Her goals are high . . . has tulenl plus
. . . full of energy . . . poised . . .
gentle . . 3 very c'oinpvlcnl cmlilor.
CERRY IIICR M A N FERGUSON
Good leader . . . fl great loolliull play-
er . . . irresistible to girls as well as
popular with boys . . . ll lruc soullicrn
JACK EDWARD FALLAW
Likes to argue . . . determined on the
football held . . . never liurrie
good looking and well dres cl
:Sf ae. ,an
Eleoda and Linda serve Cokes to Jack, Dan, Gerry, and Berry as they shoot pool.
SENIURS . . . CLASS UF 1960 . . encouraged the football team hy their enthusiasm.
WILLIS WlLl-l.XBI DKBOSE. JR.
and Building Committees 59: Jr. Play Ticket Committee 759g
Junior-Senior Decoration Committee 59: Junior-Senior Building Track 559, '6Og Star Player of the Week Awarfl 'Ao
SANllllE BERRY DlfRDEN
Co-Chairman of Junior-Senior Decoration Committee 09.
DANIEL Cl-ll'7TDN EDWINS f K
Football 57, 53. 59, 50: Basketball 57. 58g All fi.S.R.A. Team
59: All County Team 59: All State Pick 7591 Hffmf H0091
Chairman 57: 'Block Letter Club 58, 59. 7603 Sllldellt CUUUCH
59: BUS Driver '59, 760g Star Player of Week Award '59, 760.
GLENDA JOYCE FAGLIE
M.H.A. 57. 58g Sanalspurs Salesman 57, 59g Scholastic Honor
Roll 57. '53, 759g Le Cercle Francais 59, ,6O, Chairman '59,
President '6lJg Jr. Play Selection Committee '59g Junior Play
Ticket Committee '59g Jr.-Sr, Decoration Committee '59g Beta
Club '59, '6Og F.T.A. '59, '6Og Yellow Jacket Home Room Re-
JACK EDWARD FALLAW U F Bl k
3 ' IA' Q". fig? P . Cfmmunity Center King 'o7g oc
dir cilii' iigog JI-'ootball 957, '53, '59, '60g Home
Room Chairmah 558g Home Room Ofhcer '59g Jr.-Sr. Decorating
LINDA JOLINE FALLAW
Band '57, '58g lVI.H.A. '57, '58, Second Consul '53, Entertain-
ment '57g Scholastic Honor Roll '57, 558, ,595 Special Delegate
to Rock Hill 753g Golden Key Award '53g Student Council '58g
Most Ambitious '58g Co-Chairman of English Class '58g Y-Teens
'58g Home Room Bulletin Board Chairman 758, '59g E.T.A. ,58
,59, ,60Q Jr. Play Cast '59g Chairman of Jr.-Sr. Seating Com-
mittee '59, Hospitality Committee 759, Entertainment Commit-
tee '59, Decoration Committee '59g Yellow Jacket Reporter '59g
New Year's Eve Dance Decoration Chairman ,DQQ Junior Mar-
shal '59g Graduation Usher 759Q Girls' State ,595 Beta Club '59,
'60g Le Cercle Francais 359, '6Og Sanalspuirs Salesman 359, Editor-
in-Chief 7605 Most Ambitious '6O.
GERRY HERMAN FERGUSON
Student Council 757, '58g Football '57, '53, 759, '60g Baseball
'57, '53, '59, ,60g Best All Round 757, 359g Class President '58,
,59g Block Letter Club 753g lVlost Athletic l59g Star Player of
the Week Award 759g Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee 759g Boys'
State '59g Student Council Representative-at-Large 759.
NANCY ANNE FIRBY
A kind-hearted person with a warm
sincere smile . . . steady worker . . .
A finer person would be hard to find.
BIRDIE MAE FLEMISTER
Her favorite place-the Seashore . .
a dance fiend . . . outstanding basket
ball player . . . wishes Citadel were
coed . . . oh, those eyes!
MARGARET KAY FI ORIE DIANNE JEANETTE FOLK THERON DANIEI FON7 Jh
Petite and perky hrown eyes Really an ace on skates . . . also a Vull liked talk mu s 1 I
cute hair style newer unnoticed good dancer . . . likes to write letters 1 tu u lu opio its
has her eye on that certain boy to Kentucky . . . gay and flirtatious. N rr L L 0
FRA N K KICRR FH ICICM A N
Determined . . . lmig li-asv . . . rurv
comlnillalimi of sm'riu11sm'ss :mil lDl'LlIllx!-3
...canil fight llml pliysivsl . . . looks
lo ai vzlrccr Ill llu' lXlilI'IIll'S. N
IJUHIS Nl:-KlFi CAllllNlllll
Hoy, wlial an lypisll . . . am ullicim-nl
SC1'l'l'lllI'y in lln- lllllliillg . . . allways
kiml nml In-lplul . . . gran-ious ways
. . . Winsome smile.
, E f: Zane, Danny, Nancy, Frank, and Doris try their luck at the Exchange Club Fair.
SENIURS. . CLASS UF 1960 . . elected top students for superiatives.
NANCY AYNE FIRBY
,lunior li t',f rnernalxers 57: Future Hornemakers '5F5: Chorus 'Sin
'60: Le Cercle Franviais 59. 710: ,lunior-Senior Def-oration Coin-
rnittee 59: Home Room Bulletin Board Cornmittr-e '59,
BIRDIE MAE FLENIISTER
SGUJSPUTS Salesman '57, 52: Student Count-il '57, '58, '59, Pro-
gram Chairman '59: Girls' Athletic Club 57: KI.H.A.
. . ,-- f- 1-Q, J H A 1" 9"'O tf . . U i
Vice President or, Secretary vo. Lasketball or, oo, 39,
'57, '59, Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '53, '59: Chairman of Eng-
lish Class '57, '58, Swimming Team '58, Comwolel Club Trease
"3' Chairman of Jr -Sr Theme Committee '59, Chairman
urer 5 , - - Q V ,
of Jr.-Sr. Hostess Committee '59, Beta Club 59, 60, Le Cercle
Francais '59, '60, President '60.
KLARCARET KAY FLORIE
J,H,A, '57, '58, '59g Runner-up Community Center Queen '57,
I-',H,A, Courqtv Treasurer '5B: Homecoming Sponsor '53, '60g
Home Room Chairman '58, Student Council '5B: Jr.-Sr. Menu
Chairman '59, lr.-Sr, lnvitation Committee '59, F.T.A. '59, Jr.
Play Csher '59g Football Banquet Committee '59,
DIANNE JEANETTE FOLK
Y-'Feens '57, T581 ,l.H.A. '57g F.H.A. '57, '58g Home Room De-
votional Chairman '57g Lunchroom Assistant '57, '53, '59g
QUVIIZSIJUTS Salesman '58, '59g Home Room Bulletin Board '58,
59: Jri-Sr, Decoration Committee '59g F.T.A, '59, '60g Comwolei
Club 39, 992 Chorus '59, '60g Library Assistant '59, '60, At-
tendance Honor Roll '59g Sanclspurs Typist '60,
THERON DANIEL FGRD, JR.
Bancl '57, '53, Le Cercle Francais '59, '60, Junior-Senior Dec-
oration Committee '59.
FRANK KERR FREEMAN
Football '57, Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '59,
DORIS lVIcKIE GARDNER
Junior Homemakers '57, '58g Attendance Honor Roll '57g Sgho.
lastlcallonor Roll '57, '53, '59g Home Room Devotional Chair-
man o9g Beta Club '59, '60, Chorus '59, Yellow fuel,-ef Typist
'60, Sandspurrs Typist '60. '
CLAUDIA OVERTON GIBSON
Smart . . . sincere . . . likes dancing,
reading, collecting records . . . waits
impatiently for the mailman every
day . . . delightful Virginia brogue.
RONALD WAYNE GOLDEN
Brown hair and eyes . . . likeable and
witty . . . good natured . . . wants to
join Air Force and become a tech-
JAMES RALPH GRANT WILLIAM ROBERT GRAYBILL JEYVELL ALSTYNE GREENE
Quiet and self-contained . . . polite His tongue never ceases . . . He's Friendly, sweet. courteous. and witty
and well-mannered . . . always prompt always the jolly kind . . . Books never . . . A more sincere friend cannot be
and cooperative . . . tinkers with worry him . . . is interested in attend- found .... AX career in nursing in-
radio . . . a zeal for electronics. ing Furman University. terests her.
THOMAS WARREN CHI FEI N
c'Criff,i is mischievous . . . u power-
house of energy , . . always on the
move , . . quilt- 1-lu'erful . . . ai rn-ul
f..isanoy.1 . . . Fl lnoolvnoim. ..
BOBBY IOE HAMII,ToN
Agrceahlc . . . gcnuinc . . . wunts to
be 11 disc jockey . . . Quicl niunnvrs
hide ll lively heart . . . truly ai gen-
Warren, Jewell, Robin, Claudia, Ronnie, Bobby, and Jimmy get set for a golf game.
SENIURS . . . CLASS UF 1960 . . tlra
CLAUDIA OVERTON GIBSON
Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '58, '59, NI.H.A. '57, '58, Y-Teens
'57, '58, Home Room Bulletin Board Chairman '57, '58, Yellow
faelset '58, '59, Beta Club '59, '60, Le Cercle Francais '59, '60,
F.T.A. '59, '60, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59,
RONNIE WAYNE GOLDEN
Le Cercle Francais '59, '60, Junior-Senior Decoration Commit-
JAMES RALPH GRANT
Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '59.
WILLIAM ROBERT GRAYBILL
Le Cercle Francais '59, '60, Beta Club '59, '60, ,Iunior-Senior
Decoration Committee '59.
matized scenes from MacBeth.
JEWELL ALSTYNE GREENE
lVI.H.A. '57, '58, Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '58, '59, Yellow
Jacket Staff '58, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59, ,lunior Play
Usher '59, Home Room Secretary '59, Home Room Devotional
Chairman '60, Literary Editor of Sanclspurs '60.
THOMAS WARREN GRIFFIN
Football '57, '58, '59, '60, Basketball '57, '58, '59, '60, Block
Letter.Club '57, '58, '59, '60, Baseball '58, '59, '60, Student
Council '58, Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '59,
BOBBY JOE HAMILTON
lgootball '58, '59, Block Letter Club '58, '59, Baseball Manager
EDWARD WINSLOW HAMILTON
Neat, attractive looking . . . can do
good work when motivated well . . .
courteous and considerate of others
. . . loves his Ford.
KAY EARLYNE HANLAN
New around N. A .... soft-spoken,
but can this gal laugh! . . . bright
eyes . . . Happiness is contagious . . .
likes skating and sewing.
PALVL WHISMAX HANSHEW MYHA PEARL HAHDNIAN VVILLIAAI THOKIAQ HARPER
Tall in stature . . . one of the main A loyal friend . . . sunny disposition A natural scientist . . perfect Uac
eleven . . . modest and unassuming . . . attractive ways . , . has a gift of beth recitation . . . enjox tea in
. . . Success is assured because of laughter . . . neat in every way . . . excellent free-hand arti t PIIL1 e
honesty and enthusiasm. interesting. and accurate speech well read
BENJAMIN JOSEPH HARN ILLE
Known as B. J. . . . qulct .md .hy
. . , a powerful arm . . . ncvcr worries
about girls . . . an cnginccr in the
PAMELA ANN HAYES
Loves records . . . cant be hurried.
' gl f- ff
. . . Swimming is hcr sporl . . . prclly
cycs and lashes . . . an air of sophis-
Edward, Paul, Myra, Bill, Pam, and Ben are roasting marshmallows.
SENIURSWCLASS UF 196ll..met with representatives on College Day.
EDWARD WINSLOW HAMILTON
North Augusta High School '57, '58, '59, '60, Band '57.
KAY EARLYNE HANLAN
Chamberlain High: PHA. '53, Girls' Ulhcial Club '53, Student
Council '58, Tumbling Team '53, '59. North Augusta High:
PAUL WHISMAN HANSHEW
,I.C.L. '57, '58, Football '59, '60, N. A. Star Player of Week
Award '60, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59, Block Letter Club
'59, '60, Jr.-Sr. Builders Committee '59, Property Committee '59.
MYRA PEARL HARDMAN
Scholastic Honor Boll '57, '53, '59, .Il-U1i0f HOIT1CmHk9fS '57, '533
Attendance Honor Boll '57, Served at Ir.-Sr. '53, Beta Club '59,
760g Jr. Play Cast '59, Ir.-Sr. Hospitality Committee '59,
Sandspurs Staff '60, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59.
WILLIAM THOMAS HARPER
Junior Classical League '57, '53, Beta Club '59, '60.
BENJAMIN JOSEPH HARVILLE
Football '57, '53, '59, '60, Bus Driver '59, Ir.-Sr. Decoration
Committee '59, Beta Club '60.
PAMELA ANN HAYES
J.H.A, '57, '58, Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '58, Attendance
Honor Boll '57, Girls' Athletic Association '53, Served at Jr.-Sr.
'53, Jr.-Sr. Entertainment '58, '59, Swimming Team '58, '59,
'60, ,Ir.-Sr. Hospitality, Seating, Table Setting, and Decoration
Committees '59, Leader of Jr.-Sr. Grand March '59, Jr. Play
Cast '59, Mardi Gras Entertainment Committee '59, Beta Club
'59, '60, Voting Delegate at Convention '59, '60, Le Cercle
Francais '59, '60, Feature Editor of Sandspurs '60.
ROY LOUIS HAYES
Doesn't take school too seriously . . .
enjoys working on cars . . . never
seems to have a care.
IOCKEL E. HAYWOOD
Not exactly quiet! . . . likes football.
. . . his ambition is to return to Ger-
many . . . trustworthy . . . accepts
I ' f fin ,
IVIARGIT GISELA HAYWOOD .IOSEPHINE HILL IO ANN ELIZABETH HITEN
Her favorite job is collecting money! Good sense of humor . . . could write A smile She always pose:
. . . personality plus . . . Germany is a book entitled 4'The Many Loves of IIHS llllboullded graeion It
her destination too . . . immaculate Josephine" . . . congenial . . . care- job given to lier is in eipalle ham
. . . plans to study pharmacy. free disposition.
WILLIAM ERNEST IIOWI4,
The cheerful type . . . emnpc-lent . . .
loves to talk . . . hopes lo allend col-
lege . . . quiet . . . a meelmnie . . .
genuine in every way.
I OI A FAYI F IIOWFI I
Prelly red lI'llI' 'illrflelivf' smile
, . . hugh slipping nmjorallev . . . ex-
pert in horsemzlnsliip . . . a girl of
varied interests and talents.
Jo, Roy, lvlargit, Gayle, Bill, Jockel, and JoAnn leave for a Fishing trip.
SENIURS . . . CLASS UF 1960 . . leyally followed the basketball team.
ROY LOUIS HAYES
Substitute Bus Driver '57, '58, '59: Le Cercle Francais '58, '59,
Junior-Senior Decoration and Lighting Committee '59,
JOCKEL E. HAYWOOD
M,H,A, '57, '58, Band '57, '58, Football '58, '59, '60, .lr.-Sr.
Building Committee '59, Home Room Treasurer '60.
NIARGIT GISELA HAYWOOD A
Basketball '57, Pres. of Freshman Y-Teens '57, Student Council
'57, '58, Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '58, '59, J.H.A. '07, '53,
President '58, Home Room Vice President '57, Sariflspurs'Sales-
man '58, Manager of Basketball Team '58, Superior Rating in
State Exams in Biology and Jr. English '58, Served at Ir,-Sr.
'58: Le Cercle Prancais '59, '60, Vice Pres. '59, Treasurer 60,
Jr. Play Selection Committee '59, Jr. Marshal '59, Alternate for
Girls, State 7593 Jr,.Sr, Speaker '59, Chairman Jr. Play Ticket
Committee '59, Class Treasurer '59, Business Manager of Sand-
.spurs '60, Miss Hi-Miss '60, Beta Club '59, '60-
j,H,A, '57, F.T.A. '58, F.H.A. '58, Served at Ir.-Sr. '58, Com-
wolei Club '59, ,lr. Play Usher '59, Jr.-Sr. Entertainment Com
mittee '59, Home Room Treasurer '59, Chorus '60.
IOANN ELIZABETH HITES
Home Room Chairman '57, Yellow Jacket Salesman '57, Junior
Homemakers '57, '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, Secretary of Future
Teachers '60, Beta Club '59, '60, Sandspuirs Staff '60, Le Cercle
Francais '59, '60.
WILLIAM ERNEST HOWE
Junior Play Manager '59, Jr.-Sr. Building and Decoration Com-
mittee '59, Le Cercle Francais '59, '60, Football Team Manager
LOLA GAYLE HOWELL
J.H.A. '57, '58, Home Room Chairman '57, Majorette '57, '58.
'59, '60, Yellow Jacket Salesman '57, '58. Reporter '58, Home
Room Devotional Chairman '58: Served at Jr.-Sr. '58, Sand-
spurs Salesman '58, '59, Jr.-Sr. Hospitality and Invitation Com-
mittees '59, Sanrlspuirs Staff '60, Beta Club '60: Homecoming
CURTIS MONROE HUFF
Thinks there's no place like home . . .
always into something . . . loves phys-
ics . . . studies when there is nothing
else to do.
GUY GORDON HERLBUTT
What a talker! . . . But it doe-sn't help
him get out of trouble . . . always
courteous . . . a true friend.
DANIEL HARRINGTON HUNT
Well read . . . good brain . . . can
reason clearly . . . interested in golf
. . . great potential . . . will be an out-
ELEANOR GAYLE HIQRST
Enthusiastic about football . . . vi-
vacious, smart, and feminine . . . Her
cheerful ways are contagious . . . can
always be depended upon.
MARTHA RUN NETTE .IEEEREY
A mixture of charm and sophistica-
tion that eanlt lie licnl . . . Ill-r win-
ning ways won lier llie title "Most
CHESTER WIIICI IT JENKINS
Reserved, well rnnnnered. intellectual
. . . plans to be a chemical engineer
. . . likes to read . . . sincere and de-
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CHARLENE ANITA HUTTO
A barrel of fun . . . loves to dance . ..
a loyal football fan . . . Her favorite
number is 22.
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Chester, Danny, Gay
le, Charlene, Curt, and Martha set sail on the lake.
SENlliRS...BlASS UF l96U..attendad gay parties during the Christmas holidays.
CL'RTIS MONROE HCFF
3I.H.A. '57, '58g Sound Effects for Jr.-Sr. '59, Semi-Finalist in
National Merit Contest '59,
GL-Y GORDON HURLBUTT
4-H Club '575 Scholastic Honor Roll '57g Bus Driver '58, '59,
'6Og Track '59, '6Og Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '59.
DANIEL HARRINGTON HUNT
Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '58, '59, '60, M.H.A. '57, '58g State
Mental Contest '57, Beta Club '59, '60, Le Cercle Francais '59,
'60g Junior-Senior Parking Committee '59, Basketball '59,
ELEANOR GAYLE HURST
holastic Honor Roll
357, '59, Junior-Senior Decoration and Invitation Committee 593
VLH A. '57, '58' F.T.A. '57, '55, '59, '60g 'Sc
Beta Club '59, '60g Le Cercle Francais '59, '60, Sanalspurs Cir-
culation Editor '60, Class Secretary '60.
CHARLENE ANITA HUTTO
Junior Homemakers '57, F.H.A. '58g Served at Jr.-Sr. '58g Yel-
low faclcet 'Reporter '59, Jr. Play Usher '59, Jr.-Sr. Decoration
and Invitation Committee '59g Chorus '60g Future Teachers '60,
MARTHA RUNNETTE JEFFREY
lVI.H.A. '57 '58g Student Council '58g Le Cercle Francais '59,
'60g F.T.A.' '59, '60g Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59, Sand-
spurs Staff '60, lVIost Attractive '60.
CHESTER WRIGHT JENKINS
lVI.H.A. '57, '58, Band '57, '58, '59, '60g Scholastic Honor Roll
'57, '58, Beta Club '59, '605 Track '59, '60: Attendance Honor
JACQUELINE ANN JONES
Stylishly dressed-makes her own
clothes . . . efficient with a flair for
getting things done . . . poised and
OSCAR KOODROW JONES, JR.
ctlf words were riches, how wealthy
would he bel . . . Never idle-His
interest lies beyond the field of hooks.
CONSTANCE ANN KEANE
True and loyal friend . . . a pleasant,
jolly person to be around-will some
day make a good nurse.
WAYNE HENRY KING
Better known as c'Wong" . . . happy-
go-lucky . . . trustworthy . . . quiet
and bashful manner , . . interesting
ALBERT MOUNTAIN IA NGLEY
Somewhat timid manner until one
really knows liini . . . llolilmies include
sporls. girls, anal sleeping . . . lleill
never have ulcers.
ROBERT EDWARD LEE, JR.
Cood looking . . . likes sophomore
girls . . . snioolll operator . . . Ham
radio is in interest . . . Clemson is
MARY ANN KIRKLAND
Personiheation of patience and un-
derstanding . . . neat and trimly
dressed . . . sweet. refined manner . . .
plans to enter the busineu world.
Oscar, Jackie, Bob, Connie, Wayne, Ann, and Albert look over the scores ofthe game.
SENIURS...ClASS UF 19Bll..Studied hard fur mid-term exams.
JACQUELINE ANN JONES
J.H..-X. '57, Voting Delegate '5Tg Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '58,
'59g F.H.A. '58, '60g Yellow Jacket Salesman '58g Served at
Jr.-Sr. '58g Served at Football Banquet '58g Superior Rating on
State Examination in Biology '58g Comwolei Club '58, '59, '60,
President '60g Homecoming Sponsor '59g Jr. Play '59g Junior
Marshal '59g Le Cercle Francais '59, '60, Chairman '59, '60g
Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59, Chairman of Flower Com-
mittee '59g Sanalspurs Salesman '59g Chairman of English Class
'59g Graduation and Baccalaureate Sermon Usher '59g Home
Room Chairman '60.
OSCAR WOODROW JONES, JR.
Attendance Honor Roll '5Tg Junior Play lfsher '59g Junior-
Senior Decoration Committee '59.
CONSTANCE ANN KEA.NE
Junior Homemakers '57, '58g Served at Football Banquet '58,
'59g Junior Play Cast '59g Junior-Senior Decoration Commit-
tee '59g Sandspurs Staff '60.
WAYNE HENRY KING
Riverside Military Academy: Le Cercle Francais. North Au
gusta High: Le Cercle Francais '60.
MARY ANN KIRKLAND
Junior Homemakers '57, '58g Y-Teens '57g Future Teachers '58,
'59g Yellow Jacket Reporter '58, Typist '60g Juniopsenior Dec
oration Committee '59.
ALBERT MOUNTAIN LANGLEY, JR.
Atteggance Honor Roll '57g Junior-Senior Decoration Commit.
ROBERT EDWARD LEE, JR,
Junior Play Ticket Salesman '59g Chairman of Junior-Senior
Undecorating Committee '59g Building Committee '59, Alter-
nate Bus Driver '59, '60, ,
SHIRLEY JEAN LEOPARD
Small and dainty . . . graceful skater
. . . kind and understanding . . . good
dancer . . . high scholastic standing.
TONYA RUTH LONG
Black, sparkling eyes display her live-
ly personality . . . She has a way of
flashing a winsorne smile . . . non-
chalant but sweet.
MARTHA CAROLYN LUTZ
Clever and original . . . conscientious
about her studies . . . Cooperative . . .
laughing eyes . . . wants to he a nurse.
NIILBERT CONWAY NAS! JN
Calm and police . . . likes motor-
cycles . . , always latc . . . sleeps elur-
ing classes . . . works at Clcnrwnlcr
Plant . . . recently marricml.
RAY ALEX A NDEH McDONALD
A llirt . . . likcs outrloor sports . . .
always helpful . . , never hurricfl . ..
enjoys pulling tricks . . . docsnit pride
himself in his studies.
DERRYL LESTER MAYE
Boxing and dancing arc among hi
hohhies . . . ambition to study for
estry . . . Quictncss and mischievous
ness arc blended in his personality
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SENIURS . . . CLASS UF 1960 Hentortained the sohool with assembly programs.
SHIRLEY JEAN LEOPARD
Junior I-Iomernakers '57, '53, Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '53, '59,
Served at Football Banquet '53, Served at Jr.-Sr. '53, Jr.-Sr.
Decoration Committee '59, Beta Club '59, '60, Junior Play
Csher '59, Future Teachers '60, Chorus '60,
TONYA RUTH LONG
Junior Homemakers '57, '53, Future Teachers '53, '59, Y-Teens
'53, '59, Yellow Jacket Reporter '59, Beta Club '59. '60, Junior
Play Ifsher '59, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59, Yellow Jacket
RICHARD HERRINGTON LOWE
Football '57, Track '57, '53, Attendance Honor Roll '57, '53,
Block Letter Club '59, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59.
MARTHA CAROLYN LUTZ
Junior Homemakers '57, Y-Teens '57, '53, lVI.H.A. '57, '53,
Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '53, '59, '60, F.T.A. '53, 59, '60,
Superior Rating in State Examinations in English and Biology
'53, Attendance Honor Roll '53, '59, Yellow Jacket Staff '53,
Beta Club '59, '60, Junior Marshal '59, Jr.-Sr. Tablesetting
Committee '59, Le Cercle Francais '59, '60, Sandspurs Staff
'60, Chairman of Poster Committee for Beta Club Initiation '60.
DERRYL LESTER IVIAYE
Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '59.
IVIILBERT CONWAY IVIAYSOIN
Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '59.
RAY ALEXANDER MCDONALD
4-H- Club '57, '53, Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '59-
Junior-Senior Undecorating Committee '59, Junior Play Tickei
F RAN CIS HAROLD MCELMURRAY
Puts things off until the last moment,
especially his bus report . . . plans
to attend Clemson . . . nonchalant
. . . jolly.
SARA LEE MCEARLAND
In basketball she excels . . . twinkling
blue eyes and blond hair . . . a ma-
jorette . . . loves to spin those records.
CAROLYN ISABEL BICLALRIN
Ifnaffected charm . . . friendly smile
. . . looks at the lighter side . . . does
any task well . . . likes letters from
LAURA MAE BIETTS
A winning personality . . . a good
sense of humor . . . loves to get mail
. . . just give her a ear and gas!
CAREY BARKSIMLE NIILLER
Lowfs girls and lielu mmveiitioiis . . .
also likes lizinfl trips . . . has an inno
eeiil smile that Iiiilr-s impisliness . . .
looks forward to iilxtlfglll Tech.
JAMES PALL INIILLER, IR.
Loves to talk . . . is interested in psy-
chiatry . . . enjoys building . . . Wva-
ter sports attract this boy . . . always
ELIZABETH DIANE MILES
A most pleasant addition to N. A
High . . . sweet. gentle. and neat . .
plans to lie an airline stewardess.
Diane, Carolyn, and Carey hold the horses for Laura and Sara.
SENIURS. .CLASS UF 1960.
FRANCIS HAROLD KICELNILRRAY
Home Room Secretary 757g Bus Driver 359, '60g Jr-Sr. Decora-
tion Committee 59g Home Room Bulletin Board Committee 759g
Jr. Play Stage Manager 7595 Bus Driver for Football Team '60.
SARA LEE MCFARLAND
J.H.A. 357, '53g Girls? Chorus ,57g Basketball '57, 758, 759, ,602
Served at Football Banquet '5Bg Served at Jr.-Sr. 758g F.H.A.
,595 Jr.-Sr, Decoration Committee 759, Nlajorette 360.
CAROLYN ISABEL NICLAURIN
Cornwolei Club '57g Y-Teens 757, F.H.A. '57, 759, 760g Yellow
faclcet Salesman '57, '60g F.T.A. 757, 753, 959, '60g Attendance
Honor R011 557, '59, Served at Jr.-Sr. 753g Le Cercle Francais
'59, '60g Jr. Play Stage Manager 759g Sanclspurs Salesman '59,
Ir.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59g Activities Editor of Sand-
LAURA MAE METTS
J,H,A, '57, 753, Comwolei Club '57, 758, Y-Teens '57, Girls,
juyed seeing the Junior Play.
Athletic Club '57g F.T.A. 357, ,5B, 759, '6Og Attendance Honor
Roll ,575 Served at Jr.-Sr. '53, Yellow Jacket Reporter '58, Edi-
tor-in-Chief '59g Jr. Play Usher '59, Jr.-Sr. Table Setting Com-
mittee '59g Rep. of S. C. Scholastic Press Association 7595
Sandspurs Staff 560, Typist '6O.
ELIZABETH DIANE MILES
Rock Hill High: Future Nurses Club '58g Home Room Secre-
tary and Treasurer 758, 759. North Augusta High School: Fu-
ture Homernakers '60.
CAREY BARKSDALE MILLER
M.H.A. 757, 558g Band '57, '53, 759, ,60g Scholastic Honor Roll
357, '53, ,59g Track 757, 958, ,59, '60g State Mental Contest ,58Q
Beta Club '59, 760, Semi-Finalist Merit Scholarship Test ,59.
JAMES PAUL MILLER, JR.
M.H.A. ,57, '58, Le Cercle Francais '59, 760.
SEARCY ANN MOORE
As carefree as the breeze . . . a strrk-
ing brunette . . . expert baton twirler
. . . has a special interest in Newberry.
SHARON ANNE MOORE
Vrvrd rmagmatron . . . excellent stu-
dent . . . class poet . . . voluminous
vocabulary . . . strives for perfection
. . . Look for her in Chemical Week
JAMES PEARCE MLMFORD
Always full of quips . . . on the go
from morning till night . . . great in
football . . . North Augusta's original
WILLIAM FRANK OAKLEY
Tall in stature and not lacking brains
. . . Baseball is his url . . . Iikcs ln
talk . . . takes responsibility seriously.
MIRIAM ELIZARETII OTIERRY
A elrecrlcarler full of pop and wit . . .
ean't endure life without Chewing
gum . . . ellicient and Capable in all
l'TO, . at A
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,my yy- Betty Ann, Frank, Jimmy N., Cheri, and Sandra leave for the Aiken football game,
SENIURS . . . CLASS UF 1960 . .wore Bormudas to school during Senior Privilege Week.
SEARCY ANN NIOORE
Nlajorette '57, '58, '59, '60, Band '57, 'M, '59, '60s I-H-A. 7533
Home Room President '-58: Sandspurs Salesman '58, F.H.A. '59,
'W, County Secretary '59, Homecoming Sponsor '599 Served at
SHARON ANNE NIOORE
3I.H.A. '57, '58, Chairman '57Q F-T-A '57, '53, '59, P09 State
Examination in Algebra '57g Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '58, '59,
Attendance Honor R011 '57, '58, '59, Yellow Jacket Staff '58,
'59, Feature Editor '59, Home Room Devotional Chairman '58,
'591: Junior Marshal '59, Junior Play Usher '59, Ir.-Sr. Invita-
tion Committee '59, Decoration Committee '59, Betao-Club '59,
'60g Baccalaureate Sermon and Graduation Lsher 59g Sand-
spurs Staff '60, Class Poet '60.
SANDRA KAY MORRIS 1 F8 V9 760
G' 1 ' Ch '77, 778, M.H.A. 757, '58s F-T-A '07, 'O , D , 9
Yiggeng Chairman of English Class '57g Home Room
Devotional Chairman '58g Iunior-Senior Decoration Committee
JAMES PEARCE MUMFORD
Football 557, 753, '59, '60, Block Letter Club '57, '58, '59, '60,
Student Council '57g Star Player of the Week Award '59, '6Og
Most Popular '59, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59g B-Varsity
JAMES EVERETT NICHOLSON, JR.
Band '57, '58, '59, '60, M.H.A. '57, '58, Attendance Honor Roll
'58, '59g State Mental Contest '58g Beta Club '59, '60g State
Solo Contest '58g Scholastic Honor Roll '59, Substitute Bus
Driver '59, '6Og Track '59, '6Og Junior-Senior Undecorating
WILLIAM FRANK OAKLEY
Baseball '57, '58, '59, '60, Block Letter Club '58, '59, '60g Beta
Club '59, '60g Le Cercle Francais '59, '60g Junior-Senior Table
MIRIAM ELIZABETH O'BERRY
Y-Teens '57, '58, Secretary '58g F.T.A. '57g Szmdspurs Salesman
'57g Home Room Chairman '57g Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '58,
'59, Home Room Devotional Chairman '58, Community Center
Queen Candidate '58, Comwolei Club '58, '59, President '59g
Beta Club '59, '60, Secretary '60, Cheerleader '59, '6Og Chair-
man of Ir. Play Posters Committee '59g Chairman Jr.-Sr. Pho-
tography '59g Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59, Le Cercle
Francais '59, '60, Secretary '59g Sanalspurs Staff '6O.
CHARLOTTE EILEEN ORR
'4Cleo', . . . good-natured . . . loves
swimming . . . talented . . . Will earn
a B.A. in music . . . genuinely sin-
cere . . . grand drum majorette.
HARRY BAKER OVERTON, JR.
Donlt give him a radio that works!
. . . fun to be with . . . loves elec-
tronics and girls . . . Blue he'll never
PEYTON ERNEST PAXTON ELAINE LOIS PENTECOST LINDA MARIE PORTER
A great tease . . . friendly grin and Soft voice and manners . . . sweet. . . A frlend to ewry one xlssfne f- 'ad
cheerful words , . . likes hunting . . . good typist . . . will make some man to help Ill any nas he L in New
aspires to be a mechanical engineer. a good secretary . . . pretty and well- lnfr and srnfnn 'are her hobbies
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ALOHA MOORE PRATIIER
Pretty brown eyes wears gold
hand on llnrml llngu la ft hand . . . Ili:
favorite pastimes inclnrlv cooking.
dancing, and watching lootlulll
JAM, LLIAARE TH QUINN
Beautiful soprano voice . . . rather
qnnt rnnl rcsuvcd . . . llns gurl will
surtly sing Wllll thc llletropolllan Op
f ,J cra Company.
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Jane, Pat, Charlotte, Elaine, Rusty, and Aloha enjoy a game of croquet.
SENIURS . . . CLASS UF 1960 . . were honored guests at the Junior-Senior.
CHARLOTTE EILEEN ORR
Sandspurs Salesman '57, '59, F.H.A. '57, '53, F.T.A. '57, '53, '59,
'60, Band '57, '53, '59, '60, District Contest '57, '53, '59, State
Contest '57, '53, '59, Drum Major '60, Clinic Band '59, Le Cer-
cle Francais '59, '60, Student Council '59, Home Room Vice
President '59, Jr.-Sr, Table Setting Committee '59, Yellow
jacket Salesman '60,
HARRY BAKER OVERTON, JR.
3I.H.A. '57, '53, Student Council '57, '53, Beta Club '59, '60,
Jr.-Sr. Invitation Committee '59, Junior Play '59, Junior-Senior
Table Committee '59, Yellow locket Salesman '60,
PEYTON ERNEST PAXTON
North Augusta High School '57, '53, '59, '603 JUHi0r-SCI'1i0r
Decoration Committee '59.
ELAINE LOIS PENTECOST
Junior Homemakers '57, '53, Yellow Jacket Staff '57, '53, Club
Editor '57, Salesman '57, Y-Teens '57, '53, Homecoming Spon-
sor '59, Served at Jr.-Sr. '53, Junior Play Usher '59, Future
Teachers '59, '60, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59.
LINDA MARIE PORTER
Rock Hill High: Girls' Glee Club '57, '53, '59, Mixed Glee
Club '57, '53, '59, Future Nurses Club '57, Junior Home-
makers '53, Future Teachers '53, North Augusta High '6O.
ALOHA MOORE PRATHER
Student Council '57, lVI.H.A. '57, '53, First Consul '53, Band
'57, '53, '59, Y-Teens '57, Sanclspurs Salesman '53, Junior-
Senior Entertainment Committee '59.
JANE ELIZABETH QUINN
Junior Homemakers '57, '53, Y-Teens '57, '53, Chorus '57, '60,
Junior Play Ticket Committee '59, Junior-Senior Decoration
Committee '59, Entertainment Committee '59.
JACKSON BURLEY RAMSEY, JR.
Scientific minded . . . good mathe-
matician . . . likes school . . . plans to
attend Clemson and study rockets . . .
Success will be his.
JAMES ARNOLD RAPE
Blue, twinkling eyes reveal a devilish,
but grand personality . . . willing to
help . . . Studying is not his hohhy.
JOHN LLOYD RINEHART, JR.
Likes nothing hetter than to loaf . .
talks incessantly on many subjects . .
casual . . . enjoys reading and eatin
. . . ahhors Work.
BETTY LOTQISE ROBERTSON DAVID NIILLER RL LRER
This gal skates like a pro . . . engag- Loves tho 0 lo Hfltlllll temps-ra
ing smile . . . a good singer . . . col- mental S un and wlf are h1
lects records . . . writes poetry in her hobbies like a littlr white C011
spare time. N Crtlble
JOHN DOL CLAS SAMPLES
An independent thinker . . . SLTIOUS
itls true, hut with Il flair for fun . .
casygoing and friendly . . . rcliulnlc
LINDA ANN SANDERS
Xcrsnlllf' :llullly . . . chur and our,
inal . . .enjoys lilo . . . lnaltllcnmtival
emu. . . . 1 x mg nays L
hard to resist.
Betty, Ann, David, James, Jack, John R., and John S. line up for the big race.
SENIURS . . . CLASS UF 1960 . . eagerly awaited the arrival of the 1960 Sandspurs.
JACKSON BIIRLEY RAMSEY, JR.
Band '57, '58, lI.H.A. '57, '58, Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '58,
'59, Beta Club '59, '60, Yellow Jacket Sports Editor '59, Jr.-Sr.
Decoration Committee '59, .Junior Marshal '59, Honorable
Mention Winthrop Story of the Month '59, Horne Room Devo-
tional Chairman '60, Track '60.
JAMES ARNOLD RAPE
Attendance Honor Roll '57, Junior Play Ticket Salesman '59,
Junior-Senior Undecorating Committee '59, Sandspurs Ad Drive
JOHN LOYD RINEHART, IR.
North Augusta High School '57, '58, '59, '60.
BETTY LOUISE ROBERTSON
Memphis, Tenn: Y-Teens '57, Glee Club '57, Basketball Team
'57, Girls' Softball Team '57, Hall Monitor '57, North Augusta
High: Junior Homemakers '57, Jr. Play Ticket Committee '59,
Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59, Chorus '60, F.T.A. '60.
DAVID MILLER RUCKER
lVI.H.A. '57, '58, Football '57, '58, '59, '60, Student Council '57,
Block Letter Club '58, '59, '60, Junior-Senior Decoration and
Table Committees '59, Chorus '60.
JOHN DOUGLAS SAMPLES
Band '57, Football '57, '58, lVI.H.A. '57, Block Letter Club '58,
Beta Club '59, '60, Sports Editor of Sandspurs '60.
LINDA ANN SANDERS
lVI.H.A. '57, '58, First Consul '58, Girls' Chorus '57, Swimming
Team '57, '58, '59, Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '58, '59, State
Mental Contests '57, '58, Superior Rating in Algebra '57, Eng-
lish '58, Biology '58, Band '58, '59, '60, Secretary '60, Student
Council '58, Beta Club '59, '60, President '60, Jr.-Sr. Seating,
Decoration and Entertainment Committees '59, Basketball '59
'60, Jr. Marshal '59, D.A.R. Award '60, '
ALBERT LARRY SCHWARTZ
Good dancer . . . attractive in his
nays . . . bright mind . . . will excel
as an engineer . . . expert chess player
. . . self-assured manners.
JLDH RAT SHERRILL
Petite and sweet . . . a smile which
mirrors her character . , . never in
a rush . . . well trained in commerce.
Pert, petite . . . little but loud . . .
devilment concealed by a look of in-
nocence . . . loves to laugh and be
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HOWARD CHESTER SMITH BENLLNHN ALFRED STAMPS
Lively . . . wants to be an electronic Quite cosmopolitan . . . has lived
engineer . . . enjoys tennis and swim- among other places. in ltaly . . . good
ming . . . lil-:es to talk on the phone. dancer . . , dates lilondcs . . . plays
BRENDA JEWEL STORY
Quiet . . . likes to dancc . . . short in
stature . . . cooperative . . . willing
to help others . . , good scnsc of
JOYCE ELM NE STRONI
Calm and aloof nnlil shc is with hor
fricnwls . . . likes to go . . . faithful,
Brenda, Ben, Elaine, Howard, Judy, Larry, and Geri attended Sunday morning services
SENIURS . . . CLASS UF 1960 . . presented a memorable Blass Day program.
ALBERT LARRY SCHWARTZ
Attendance Honor Roll '57g 3I.H.A. '57, '5Bg Beta Club '59, '60,
Junior Play '59, Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '59,
Junior-Senior Speaker '59,
IUDY KAY SHERRILL
3I.H.A, '57, '53, Scholastic Honor Roll '57g Junior-Senior Re
ception Committee '59, Home Room Bulletin Board Commit
Junior Homemakers '57, '58g Y-Teens '57, '58, Served at Foot
ball Banquet '53, Served at Junior-Senior Banquet '58, Junior
Senior Decoration Committee '59, Le Cercle Francais '59, '60
Future Teachers '59, '60, Girls' Chorus '59, Future Home-
rnakers '59, '60.
HOWARD CHESTER SMITH
Football '57, Junior-Senior Decoration and Sound Effects Com-
BENJAMIN ALFRED STAMPS
Band '57, '53, '59g lVI.I'I.A. '57, '58, Treasurer '57, Junior-Senior
Decoration Committee '58.
BRENDA JEWEL STORY
Girls' Chorus '57g Junior Homemakers '57, '58,
JOYCE ELAINE STROM
'57,, '53, Y-Teens '57, '58, Junior-Senior Decoration
WYATT EVEREST THEUS
A captivating personality . . . Easy
going manner is his . . . good natured
. . . Books definitely donlt bother him
. . . loves skiing.
MARY BETTY TALBERT
Good student . . . works wholeheart-
edly in everything she undertakes . . .
pretty and amiable . . . dates older
MARTHA FAYE TEMPLETON
Quick and lively . . . will never be
without friends . . . always wears a
smile . . . considerate . . . Basketball
is her sport.
ERIC PHILLIP THOMPSON
Football is his sport . . . always has
a smile . . . thoughtful of others . . .
calm in his ways . . . romantic inter-
RODNEY HERBERT TIIURMON D
Not too quiet to he unknown . . . lle
is destined ncvcr to he alone . . .
friend lo all . . . loves hnnling.
NORMA N OLLIE TICIIN ELI.
Hllcd" . . . ha i 1 -U0-lllCliV . . . what?
l l Y e- .
prepare his homework . . . never! His
goal is lo linish high school . . . cre
ELIZABETH THKRMON D
Smart girl who worked her way to
graduating a year early . . . truly a
Southern belle . . . stylish . . . grace
Buck catches a hsh, as Norman, Betsy, Rodney, Martha, Wyatt, and Betty wait patiently.
SENIURS . .. CLASS UF 1960. .listened attentively at the Baccalaureate service.
MARY BETTY TALBERT
Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '53, '59, M.H.A. '57, '53: Girls' Ath-
letic Club '57, Y-Teens '53, Attendance Honor Roll '59, Beta
Club '59, 'W, Junior Play Make-Lp Committee '593 Jr.-Sr. DSC-
oration Committee '59, Sandspurs Staff '60, Future Teachers
MARTHA FAYE TEBIPLETON
Class Vice President '57, '53, Most Dependable '57, Freshman
Editor of Sandspurs '57, Sec.-Treas. of Girls' Athletic Club '57,
,I.H.A. '57, '53, Basketball '57, '53, '59, '60, Co-Captain '59,
Home Room Chairman '57, '53, '59, Swimming Team '533 Siu-
dent Council '53, '59, Sec.-Treas. '53, Sec.-Treas. of F.T.A. '53,
Cornwolei Club '53, '59, Vice President '59, Served at Jr--Sr.
'53, Basketball All-Star Team '59, Le Cercle Francais '59, '60,
Pres. '59, Sec. '60, Cheerleader '59, '60, Jr.-Sr. DCCOIHUOH
Committee '59, Princess of Mardi Gras '59, Homecoming
VVYATT EVEREST THEUS
Student Council '57, Junior Play Cast '59, Junior-Senior Dec-
oration Committee '59, Le Cercle Francais '59, '60, Sandspurs
ERIC PHILLIP THOMPSON
Football '57, '53, '59, '60, Block Letter Club '57, '53, '59, '60,
Basketball '57, Baseball '57, '53, '59, '60, Home Room Chair-
man '59, Jr.-Sr. Theme Selection Committee '59, Jr.-Sr. Deco-
ration Committee '59, Student Council '60, Star Player of Week
Award '60, Bus Driver '60.
Band '53, lVI.H.A, '53, '59, Basketball '53, '59, '60, Homecoming
Sponsor '53, Student Council '53, '60, Chairman of Program
Committee '60, Home Room Devotional Chairman '53, Best All
Round '59, F.T.A. '60, F.H.A. '60, Historian '60, Homecoming
RODNEY HERBERT THURMOND
M.H.A. '57, '53, Football '53, '59, '60, Junior-Senior Decora-
tion and Table Committees '59, Block Letter Club '60.
NORMAN OLLIE TICHNELL
Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '59.
HENRY MALCOLM TYLER
A person of varied interests . . . loves
to race ears . . . determined to grad-
uate from N. A. H. S .... already in
the field of television.
HELEN REBECCA TURNER
Full of enthusiasm and determination
. . . cooperative in all endeavors . . .
a prospective secretary . . . prankish,
gay, and lighthearted.
REBECCA SUE TWELKEME IER
Loves to argue . . . ready to go . . .
She can sew like a professional . . .
has an interest at U. S. C.
HOWARD DIXON ULMER, JR.
Football is his sport . . . Brains and
good looks are his endowments . . .
gentle in speech . . . a charmer indeed.
MIRIAM CAROLYN WEBB
Her hair is her crowning glory . . .
sparkling personality . . . loves to gig-
gle . . . fun loving . . . accepts re-
sponsibility . . . much ability.
IVIILDRED AN N WEEKS
Gorgeous eyes . . . very persuasive
manner . . . sweet but mischievous . . .
loves new colors, especially in her
Sue, Ann, Dick, Mimi, Becky, Carleton, and Buck End the airport interesting.
SENIURS . . . GLASS UF 1960 . . received their long-awaited diplomas at graduation.
HELEN REBECCA TURNER
M.H.A. '57, -i-H Club '57, '58, Chorus '58, Comwolei Club '60,
Future Teachers 'W, Sandspurs Typist '60,
REBECCA SLE TVVELKEMEIER
Attendance Honor Roll '57, Comwolei Club '57, '58, F.T.A. '57,
'58, '59, '60, Co-Chairman Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59,
Jr.-Sr. Seating and Table Setting Committee '59, Associate Pho-
tographic Editor of Sandspurs '60.
HENRY MALCOLM TYLER
Baseball '55, '59, Block Letter Club '56, '59, Most Dependable
'59, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59, Theme Selection Com-
mittee '59, Junior Play Publicity Committee '59, Senior Prophet
HOWARD DIXON ULMER, JR.
Football '57, '58, '59, '60, Block Letter Club '57, '58, '59, Track
'57, '58, '59, '60, M.H.A. '57, '58, First Consul '57, Chairman
of English Class '57, '58, Band '57, '58, Most Popular '573
Delegate to Winthrop '57, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59,
Student Council '59, Chorus '60.
JAMES CARLETON VAUGHN, JR.
M.H.A. '57, '58, Student Council '57, '60, Latin Delegate '58,
Junior-Senior Building Committee '59, Junior Play Cast '59,
Beta Club '59, '60, Track '59, '60, Home Room Chairman '59,
Advertising Manager Saridspurs '60,
MIRIAM CAROLYN WEBB
J.H.A. '57, '58, Student Council '57, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58,
Comwolei Club '58, '59, Jr.-Sr. Serving Committee '58, Yellow
Jacket Salesman '59, Sandspurs Salesman '59, Secretary of Jr.
Play Selection Committee '59, Chairman Jr. Play Program Com-
mittee '59, Chairman Jr.-Sr. Program Committee '59, Home-
coming Sponsor '59, Le Cercle Francais '59, '60, Secretary '59,
Jr.-Sr. Place Card Committee '59, Mardi Gras Place Card Corn-
mittee '59, Homecoming Committee '59, Beta Club '59, '60,
Home Room Secretary '60.
MILDRED ANN WEEKS
Band '57, '58, '59, Junior Homemakers '57, '58, Homecoming
Sponsor '58, Served at Junior-Senior '58, F.T.A. '58, '59, '60,
F.H.A. '59, Junior-Senior Decoration Committee '59, Jr, Plav
Ticket Committee '59, Sanclsputrs Staff '60. '
GEORGE REESE WHELCHEL
Mischievous . . . appears shy, but?
Well-groomed . . . likes cars . . . good
sense of humor . . . an interesting
BENJAMIN RONALD WHITLAW
A ham radio fan . . . good student . . .
ambitious . . . sturdy character . . .
high principles . . . never too busy to
MARSHA ANN WILSON
Big, brown eyes reflect her engaging
personality . . . likes band and junior
boys . . . a future lawyer.
SARAH BARNETT WYATT
Hcacl in the clouds with her feet on
the ground . . . intellectual . . . am-
bitious . . . irlens of her own .
loves to read.
EDWARD MICHAEL ZIER III
'cllflickeyl' . . . handsome physique . . .
studious . . , flepth of character . . .
nice to know . . . lla' has every attri-
bute for a successful life.
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SENIURS. . CLASS UF 1960 . . looked to
GEORGE REESE WHELCHEL
NI.H.A. '57, '53: Scholastic Honor Roll '57, Junior-Senior Dec-
oration Cornrnittee '59, Beta Club '59, '60.
BENIAQNIIN RONALD WI-IITLAW
1I.H.A. '57, '53, Football '57, '53, '59, 'Wg Track '53, '59, '60,
Block Letter Club '53, '59, '60, Iunior Play Stage Manager '59,
Attendance Honor Roll '59.
SARA HELEN VVILLIANIS
Newland High School: Basketball '53, Served at Jr.-Sr. '53,
North Augusta High: Junior Homemakers '57, '53, Secretary
'53, Scholastic Honor Roll '57, Girls' Athletic Club '57, F.T.A.
'57, '53, '59, '60, Y-Teens '57, '53, Yellow Jacket Salesman '53,
'59, Home Room Reporter '53, '59, Sanclspurs Salesman '53,
Home Room Bulletin Board Chairman '59, Jr.-Sr. Decoration
Committee '59, Le Cercle Francais '59, '60, Beta Club '59, '60,
Sandspurs Staff '60.
MARSHA ANN WILSON
Band '57, '53, '59, '60, District and State Music Festival '57, '53,
'59, '60, Business and Publicity Manager '60, F.T.A. '57, '53,
'59, '60, President '60, Scholastic Honor Roll '57, '53, Yellow
faclcet Staff '57, '53, '59, lVI.H.A. '57, '53, Beta Club '59, '60,
the future as they left N. A. in June.
Vice President '60, Jr.-Sr. Table Setting Committee '59, Student
Council '60, Sandspzzrs Salesman '60.
CHARLES HARRIS WINBURN
Football '57, '53, '59, '60, Junior-Senior Decorating and Un-
decorating Committees '59.
SARAH BARNETT WYATT
Statesboro High School: Tri-Hi-Y '57, '53, Project Chairman
'53, Future Nurses Club '57, '53, President '53, F.H.A. '57,
Chorus '57, '53, Girls' Ensemble '53, lVl.H.A. '53, President '53,
F.T.A. '53, N.A.H.S.: Beta Club '59, '60, Jr.-Sr. Decoration,
Place Card and Flower Committees '59, Scholastic Honor Roll
'59, Jr. Play Usher '59, Home Room Chairman '60, Sandspurs
EDWARD MICHAEL ZIER III
Football '57, '53, '59, '60, Basketball '57, '53, '59, '60, Attend-
ance Honor Roll '57, lVI.H.A. '57, '53, Track '53, '59, '60, Block
Letter Club '53, '59, '60, Student Council '59, Jr. Play Usher
'59, Jr.-Sr. Decoration Committee '59, Beta Club '59, '60, Star
Player of the Week Award '60, Home Room Chairman '60,
King Teen '60.
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HISTURY UF THE CLASS UF 1960
ln September, 1956, we found ourselves freshmen-proud and
happy. The feeling of self-importance was forgotten as we bowed
and crawled, all two hundred and seven of us, before the
demanding seniors, but the pride that came from being a part
of our new Alma Mater lingered on and increased. Frances
Douglas and Patti Peterson cheered our undefeated Yellow
Jackets through a season climaxed by a brilliant victory over
Richmond Academy, and they were re-elected to lead cheers
during the following year. Arrayed in the splendor of their
newly acquired uniforms, our band displayed their talent. Di-
recting us through this exciting first year were Sammy Ander-
son, presidentg Martha Templeton, vice president, Joyce Cul-
bertson, secretary, and Johnny Boyd, treasurer.
As sophomores we were active members of the student body-
learning to work together and continually acquiring more school
spirit. Elected to serve as ollicers were Sammy Anderson, presi-
dent, Martha Templeton, vice president, Gerry Ferguson, sec-
retary, and Jimmy Andrews, treasurer. Another undefeated
football team raised the first Yellow Jacket flag and were given,
along with the cheerleaders, awards at the first Yellow Jacket
Appreciation night. Our competent coaching staff also received
tokens of appreciation from the people of North Augusta. Rep-
resenting our class as secretary-treasurer of Student Council
was Martha Templeton.
Faced with responsibility and hard work, we became juniors.
With enthusiasm, the challenge was met, and the work, light-
ened by laughter, became easier as we raised money for the
creation of a 'Treasure lslandn as the setting of our unforget-
table Junior-Senior Banquet. Our Junior Play, '6You Canit Kiss
Caroline,'7 with a cast of Linda Fallaw, Rusty Overton, Jimmy
Arnett, Johnny Boyd, Hildreth Callaway, Ann Callicott, Sharon
Caswell, Joyce Culbertson, Frances Douglas, Myra Hardman,
Pam Hayes, Jackie Jones, Connie Keane, Larry Schwartz, Wyatt
Theus, and Carlton Vaughn, was a tremendous success and sup-
plied us with most of the needed funds. The selling of programs
and pom poms at football games netted the rest. Frances
Douglas, Martha Templeton, and Betty O'Berry were elected lo
cheer the team that for the first time in football history captured
the coveted title of South Carolina AA Champions. Chosen to
guide as class officers were Gerry Ferguson, president, Jimmy
Andrews, vice president, Sammy Anderson, secretary, and
Margit Haywood, treasurer, Jimmy Calhoun was elected vice
president of Student Council. In recognition of their scholastic
achievements, our junior marshals were Buddy Day, Linda
Fallaw, Margit Haywood, Jackie Jones, Carolyn Lutz, Sherry
Moore, Jack Ramsey, and Ann Sanders. Laura Metts edited our
school newspaper, the Yellow Jacket. Business manager was
Elaine Pentecost. Linda Fallaw, Gerry Ferguson, and Sammy
Anderson were selected by the faculty to represent North Au-
gusta at Girls' and Boys, State.
We, the senior class . . . Could it be true? Along with the
initiation of the lowly sophomores, the arrival on September 25
of our class rings transformed the title into reality. Yes, we had
reached our goal, and the symbol of persevering effort and fun
was proudly worn by each senior. Jimmy Calhoun was presi-
dent, Jimmy Andrews, vice president, Ann Bradley, secretary,
and Gayle Hurst, treasurer. Sammy Andersonis capability won
him the position of president of Student Council. Again, serving
as cheerleaders were Frances Douglas, Martha Templeton, and
Betty O7Berry. Revenge was sweet when our mighty Yellow
Jackets, fired up by a giant bonfire and pep rally, defeated
Greenville High l3-O. Then to our dismay we were voted out
of the Lower State Championship. The excitement of Home-
coming, l959, was climaxed with the croxming on October 30
of Martha Templeton, Homecoming Queen. We were well rep-
resented in the annual Shrine Bowl by Sammy Anderson.
Following in the steps of so many other senior classes. we set
to work under the leadership of Linda Fallaw. editor-in-chief:
Margit Haywood. business manager: and Miss Todd. our able
advisor, to make the i960 Sundspurs the best yet. Putting our
whole heart into the advertising drive. we exceeded our goal.
We elected lllargit llaywood. Miss Hi-Nliss: Nlike Zier was King
Teen, and thc DAR award went to Ann Sanders. High scholastic
averages earned Sherry hloore and Linda Fallaw titles of vale-
dictorian and salutatoriau. The arrival of class day and com-
mencement hrought the realization of the true value of our high
sehool years and of the dcht we owed our teachers. For without
their aid and inspiration, the success we enjoyed could never
have heen attained. So with a feeling of humility and gratitude
we accepted our diplomas on June 1, and we became the grad-
uating class of 1960.
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tlames, and Raymond prepare a chem-
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SUPHUMURES Elected competent class ottieers
First Role: Miss Bryant, D. Brown. L. Harris. Il. Battle, H. Harper, I. Anderson. D. Xipper. R. Bently. Second
Row: B. Cettel, AI. Browne. I. Scott. I". Pole-ct. ff. Rullner. IS. Lee. H. lICCorkle. I. I'Ienslee. Third Row: L.
Smith, A. Walker, S. Iiggerslnan, IT. Blakely. A, Uowing. P. Ward. KI. Adams.
first ROI! .' A. Seyniour. G. Howie. Xl. Shanks. D. Green. S. Atkins. C. Calamas. N. Hanes, E. Moore. Second
Roux' Miss Cc-ininander. S. Phillips. J. Hunt. C, Brewer. B. Thompson, M. Martin. Nl. Shaw. R. Reid. Third
Roy .' K. Carey. A. Stephens. L. Jones. J. Wiatkins. J. Healing. ll. Ellis, A. Perry. D, NlCCanna. VV. Mitehum.
Started the new school year with enthusiasm
Talking over their hrst year at high school are Gene, Roxey, Patsy, Julie, and Cy.
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Latin projects are presented to the class by Joanne Lawson, Marybeth Richardson, and Le Grand iVioorer.
Worked diligently on their latin nmiects
First Row: Miss Dawson. N. Sample. P. Brooks. J. Lawson. S. Bunch, J. Smith. L. Vaughn. S. Stevenson. Second
Rozy: M. Ruben, B. Hoehn, B. Powell. P. Thomas. C. Deaner. D. Colden, Y. Holley, J. Le Blanc, S. Clinski. Third
Row: B. Moore. D. Hixon. D. Symonds, B. Harmon. C. Browning. R. Arant, J. Lane. G. Simmons, D. McCoy.
First Rolf: P. Blandenlourg. J. Everett. A. Holloway. P. Sullivan, L. Douglas, S. Maddox, E. Collman. Second
R014 .' Klr. Buist. W. Durden, B. Payne, B. Beaufort, J. Bolen, lVl. Smith, C. Baynham. Third Row: S. Shipwash,
K. Harris. G. llize. Nl. Law. P. Glover, T. Kearse, J. Blandenburg.
Enjoyed varied experiences in senior high
The Sophomore boys Find shop a new experience in their school Iifeg they enjoy making many useful products for the home.
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Learned interesting Facts in Biology
First Roux' Hr. Lowe, B. Gray, S. Griflln. T. llclforkle. B. Thompson. R. Arroyo, C. Rutland. M. Ql0hHSQI1-
Second Roux' G. Hitt, D. McAfee. W. Dennis. H. Ecldins, S. Anderson, J. Austin, B. Weeks, S. Bryant. Thzrd
Row: T. Vifilliams, C. Barber. l.. Drummoncl, W. Harville. C. Robinson, D. Beverly, B. Bolton, T. Bledsoe.
first Rolf: llr. Grayson. K. Smith. M. Richardson, C. Gaines, M. Hair, C. Wilson. C. Powers, R. Dillon. Second
Roux' L. Smith. L. Kloorer. Y. Sherrill, N. Mitchell. V. McDonald. B. Gaines. V. Cook. J. Van Tassel. Third
Rf7Zl .' C. Lanier. Bl. Cunningham. R. Elwell. B. Stephens, G. Willianis, M. Joy. M. Kennedy. G. Smith.
Rendered service wherever needed
These dirty clothes are an unpleasant sight for Home Ec. students-Lynn Douglas, Judy Anderson, and Janelle Scott.
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September ll was an unforgettable day for sophomores.
These fledglings started classes a week before, but the reality
of high school attendance descended upon them during initia-
tion day. North Augusta seniors Haunted authorityg the soph-
omores attempted to devise schemes of escape, but their plans
were usually hopelessly shattered by power-hungry superiors.
Average teenagers? ,lust recall the apparel of these luckless
initiates. The girls were candidates for Barnum and Bailey in
their baggy pants and pigtails, shirts with ties and HBeat
Richmondn signs. And they were found walking hazardously
with one heel and one 1nan's shoe on their feet. Sophomore
boys were difficult to discern since their complete women's
wear made recognition almost impossible. Some hardy boys
made the best of the unavoidable situation, nevertheless, and
were seen eating their vegetable corsages through lipstick-laden
The day was hectic and the pace was exhausting, but the
North Augusta sophomores held up beautifully. They finished
their ordeal with a feeling of fulfillment. Now they were actu-
ally a vibrant part of .North Augusta High.
W Were beyond recognition during initiation
Fir l Ron Nlr Fault R onilth ll Nullixan E Hfntx Q Parker. N. Fowke. C. Bralceheld. C. Lang. Second
Rott N Nlorri on lx Nlurphx R u c J l-laniiltfn H Youngblood, J. Day, J. Wlalker, J. Bridges. Third
R071 F Prather B Hate G lxnl ht N Ycrlnalx t Fergu in. W. Holley. J. Freeman. B. Moore.
firsl Rout Nliss Clark. J. Harley. J. Hall. D. Ferguson. N. Walden. R. Priestly. C. Dawson, J. Spires. Second
Ron: L. Kloorer. D. Rushton. D. Hanshew. C. Johnson. S. Lowery. D. Strom. J. Baxley. Third Row: D.
lxeller. R. Del ore. YY. Twiggs. S. Bodie. L. Bell. C. Wrern, C. Cordon.
Illustrated Bunk Week through clever hulletin hoard arrangements
Explormg ln Books the slogan for Book Week, irlsplred Jean l-lenslee and Loulse Vaughn to arrange a
balletn board focusmg attentlon on books which would appeal to Sophomores
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of the Student Council. This group leads other
school organizations. N.A.'s variety of clubs
cultivates a better understanding ofthe world
and instills in members a realization of duty.
Together they promote activities which pro-
vide fun and fellowship for students.
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SAMMY ANDERSON . . . . .
JACK Ouzrs . .
WARREN Twiccs .
MRs. HAMMOND .
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Student Council Encourages School
Spirit with Assembly Programs
Led by capable oliicers. the twenty-one home room
representatives and the three members-at-large from
junior and senior classes discussed ideas that would
make a well-rounded school. The council tried to co-
ordinate activities and to encourage cooperation
among students. teachers. parents, and administration.
The topics for special attention for 1959-1960 were
Honesty and School Spirit.
Some of the activities were assembly programs.
homecoming, attendance at games, devotional over the
public address system. safety on driveways, and im-
proving the lunch program. The newest project was
the compiling and sale of a student directory. Dele-
gates were sent to district and state meetings.
FIRST SEMESTER-Fir.s! Row: J. Andrews. il. Day. C. Baynham. iQ, Vaughn. .l. Xlloonian. W. Twiggs, T. Williams, Nl. Zier.
.Second Row: A, Seymour. P. Ward, R. Dillon. L. Morgan. F. Doster. li. Thurmonrl. C. Deaner, and D. Gibbs. Third Row: J.
llalamas, B. Harrison, .l. Turner. D. Ferguson. NI. Will-on. J, Boyd. B. Thompson. and P. Bunch.
SECOND SEIXIESTERfFz'rst Row: .l. Outz. D. Ulmer. D. Rucker. Carter. G. Taylor. R. Oxerton, W. Twiggs, and S. Anderson.
Second Row: .l. Baxley, A. Bradley, G. Howie, C. Wilson. B. Wyatt. fl. Culbreath. F. Douglas. and J. Johnson. Third Row: B.
Payne. T. lilcflsoe, D. NlcCoy. D. Nipper. S. lones, Nl. Dyer, 5. Hooker. H. Youngblood. and R. Brewer.
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Beta lJlul1Strives to Promote
Hbervitig Others" is the goal of the members of the
Beta Club. Their aim is to promote the principles of
honesty. service. justice, and charity.
This year the Beta Club strived to uphold those
aims and fultill that goal by promoting spirit during
basketball season. sponsoring College Day. and work.
ing on outside service projects. Collecting and selling
old newspapers for the North Augusta Hospital fund
was a community activity. ln order to pay part of the
expenses to the Beta Convention in Columbia. South
Carolina. the members washed cars and held several
bake sales. These contributions to the school. com-
munity. and state helped to make the 1000 Beta Club
Marsha, Ann, lVIrs. Hunter, Jimmy, and Betty make plans for the Beta Club convention.
ANN SANDERS . . . . President
MARSHA WILLSON . . Vice President
BETTY O7BERRY . . . Secretary
JIMMY ARNETT . . Treasurer
MRS. HUNTER . . . ......... . Advisor
SENIOR NIEXIBEBSiFz'rsf Rota: J. Calhoun. L. Schwartz. J. Samples. C. Vaughn, D. Hunt, J. Ramsey. B. Craybill, and B.
Harville. Seforzd Ron : NI. We-bb. B. Flemister. Nl. Burkhalter, M. Haywood. C. Gibson. M. Hardman, B. Blitchington, B. Talbert.
C. Lutz. S. Williams. J. Jones. and L. Fallaw, Third Row: S. Caswell, lVl. Wilson. B. Wyatt, Leopard, S. Moore, A. Callicott,
C. Bussey. G. Faglie. B. Davis. and C. Hurst. Fourth Roux' T. Long. J. Greene. J. Hites. J. Culbertson. B. O'Berry. P. Hayes, A.
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banners. D. tvardner. LV, Howell. and J. Alexander.
JLNIOB XIENIBEBS-First Roto: D. Bell. J. Frost. JI. Moseley. B. Barden, J. Hamilton. B. Johnson, F. Doster. P. Floyd, N.
Wynn. B. Bourk. and B. Brewer. Second Roux' L. Haskell. V. Widener. P. Andrews, J. Johnson. J. Barton, B. Wycoff. L. lylorgan,
J. Peeples. li. Watkins. and F. Moore. Third Row: S. Hooker, D, Boland, L. Lee, T. Bedd, B. Walton. B. Harrison. J. lxoon, B.
Napier. B. Xyer. and J. Altoonian.
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First Row: B. Blitchington. A. Perry. B. Gettel. B. Wwoff. C, Orr. anrl .X. Sanrlf-rs. Sernnrl Row: Nl. Willson, KI. Rogers. T.
YVaclforfl, J, johnson. E, Hamilton. K. Harris. anfl fl. Cowing.
Five high-stepping majorettes and a thirty-seven-piece march-
ing unit contributed much to school spirit during football season
by playing at pep rallies and presenting entertaining half-time
shows at the games. One of the most exciting exhibitions was
given' at the Greenville game when hillbilly songs were played
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and a mountain formation was made. After football season, the
band attended a statewide Band Day at the ls-niversity of South
Carolina on November 21 and marched in the Xorth Augusta
and Aiken Christmas parades.
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L.. Nlillvr. T, Rerltl. Ll. jenkins. ,l. Koon. and J. Nicholson.
Presented Varied Programs
Second semester the pep songs went back into the files and then they went to Rock Hill to the State Festival. A successful
classical rnusie niade its appearance. Everyone began to look year was clirnaxed by the Spring Concert, where popular and
forward to the spring concert and the annual Spring Music classical music was performed.
Festival. First they attended the District Music Festival, and
The band adds pep to football games.
New Yells Were introduced
By the Cheerleaders
FRANCES DOUGLAS, Captain
Y-E-L-L-O-WT, Yellow Jackets of N. A.
Give three big cheers for good ole N. A.
Give three big cheers for the black and gold.
They're the best in all the land.
Give 'em the ball and just look at 'em go.
Hip-hip hooray for the Yellow Jackets!
They'll win the game:
There is no doubt.
Give 'em one more Cheer for the best
team ofthe year.
Good ole N. A.-that's their name.
CAROLYN DEANER DIANE NIPPER
JUNE KILBY BETTY CYBERRY
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Je parle francais
Get that good old French spiritl If itis good enough
for the French. itis good enough for nie. Yes. that was
what all the French students were saying as they
planned and prepared for the exciting annual Mardi
Gras, where they ate delicious food. and chose a king
On state Modern Language Fun Day the French
Club oliicers presented a skit. Spirit. Spirit. Spiritl
When Christmas came the French students celebrated
by taking gifts to shut-ins and going caroling. There
was also a Christmas party at a students honie. When
spirit exists there is much learned. and it's fun to
Walter, Judy, Nancy, and Danny pack gifts for the needy
Fir I Run 5 C. Gibson. Nl. l-laywood. L.
Fallaw, P. Hayes. S. Caswell. Nl. Webb.
F. Williams. C. Xlclaurin. Serurzrf Roux
B. Blitchingtori. H. Callaway. .l. Alex-
ander, Ll. Culbertson. E, Flemister. .l.
Sirnril. and Xl. Templeton. Third Roux'
Nlrs. Godfrey. F. Oakley. l. Arnett. R.
Graybill. D. l'-oral. D. Hunt. arid T. Cole.
First Ron: Xl. Burkhalter. G. Fagller -l-
Hites. A. Callicott. Lutz. and B.
Dat-ig, Second Row: X. Flrby, ll. Jef-
frev. G. Hurst. C. Orr. B. OBer1'y.
F. 'Douglas and L. Bodie. Third R0w.
R. Golden. J. Miller. G. l-iurlbutt, D.
Blanchard, J. Calamas. W. Theus, D.
Cooper, and J. Andrews.
Mrs. Murphy dictates a news article to Alice Twiggs. Martha and Kay enjoy interviewing Mr. James Hagerty.
the YELLUW JACKET Is Enjoyed hy Students and Teachers
The Yellow Jacket is in orbitl It soared aloft with firstsw-the
staii had an edition ready for the opening day of school, and it
published the paper semi-monthly. Reporters attended President
Eisenhoweris Press Conference in Augusta. They won national
recognition for a TB editorial and started plans for a printed
Typing the dummy and cutting the stencils enabled the staff
to include the last-minute news.
Getting this news and having it ready by the deadline was no
easy task. The challenge of the writers was to record the NAHS
activities and accomplishments of both individuals and groups.
Yoicing praise or urging improvements, the editorial depart-
ment has vied with the news, features, and sports in creating
student interest. Also the artists have added reader appeal.
First Row: P, Floyd, S. McDaniel, A. Culbreath. M. Dyer, J. Kilby. C. Walden, N. Wynn. D. Golden, J.
Peeples, B. Barden, and J. Hamilton. Second Row: J. Johnson. K. Watkins, J. Baynham, B, Brinkley, M.
Murphy, L. Haskell. ll, Hair, L. Vaughn, B. Johnson, and L. Morgan. Third Row: Mrs. Murphy, S.
Jones, M. McLaurin, F. Moore, A. Twiggs, S. Hankinson, J. Koon, B. Burns, B. Ayer, P. Hyer, and R.
K.-xx' SHERIDAN . . . Ed1'tor-in-Chief
JANET PEEPLES . Business .llanoger
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BEvEi1Lx' BARDEN . . . News Editor
JACK Ouzrs . .
CELESTE WALD1-:N .
LINDA MORGAN .
J oHN KOON . .
Mas. ELIZABETH MURPHY . Advisor
Miss NANCY LAWRENCE
ALICE Twiccs .
. . .Boys Sports
. Art Editor
. . GirI's Sports
. Exchange Editor
. Hot Rod Editor
The Future Teachers entertain the faculty at a tea. Making plans for the Future Teachers convention are JoAnne Hites, Hildreth
Callaway, and Carolyn lVlcLaurin.
Future Teachers Promote Interest in Teaching
The great need of society today is to acknowledge the neces-
sity of teaching. The real power source in the world today is
intellectual power. This is something that the United States has
not had to confront directly before. With an abundance of nat-
ural resources. Americans could live what is called the good life.
But the good life today demands that we reach the frontiers
of men's minds.
The training of well-prepared teachers is a continuing and
vital national need. It is necessary that outstanding young
people become teachers, and at the same time provide thoughtful
laymen with insights into the importance of the teaching pro-
The local F.T.A. Club emphasized teaching as a career which
offered to young men and women great opportunity for service.
First Ron : S. Caswell. C. Drr. C. Gibson. S. Williams, K. Christy, A. Callicott, F. Doster, B. Johnson, M. Williams, B. Talbert, C. Lutz, S. McDaniel, and
C. fNlcLaurin. Second Razr: C. Bussey, S. Leopard, C. Hutto, K. Florie, J. Simril, S. Moore, M. Willson, S. Morris, L, Metts, and J. Hites. Third Row
B. Wyatt. H. Callaway. F. Douglas. L. Fallaw. P. Newman, S. Jones, M. Jeffrey, J. Peeples, M. Rogers. M. lVIcLaurin, and Miss Lawrence. Fourth Row
A. Braflley. 5. Twf-lkemeier. B. Robertson. C, Dickens, D. Folk, G. Hurst, P. Montgomery, G, Faglie, L. Haskell, L. Bodie, J. Johnson. and B. Blitchington
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Porter. L. Douglas. C. l.ong.i,l.'brmr1l. B. Thurmonrl. F. Douglas. X. Xlrlqlre, L, Brfldie. C. Hrlwf-lllulgl lfallaxfg-,anThr'rd R6oFiu': Xliss llflriwllant. plli?nBentlJell'. D
Ferguson. E. Coffman. P. bullrxan. P. Hlanflenhurg. Y. Morrison. C. Hmvilg, D. Brown- ' ' '
Future Humemakers Learn and Apply
Pics and cakes and mulflins too:
Home Ec. girls will cook for you.
Donit you want to sew like them '?
With those clothes thefll slay the
Future Homemakers are being prepared for making better homes
of tomorrow. The girls gain practical experience in the arts of
sewing and cooking. One project of the year was a fashion show
given during American Education Week honoring the teachers. The
girls also served at the Sports Banquet and Junior-Senior.
The Htrre Enron' CS gfls model the dresses they made
Frm! Roni N. Hanes. l. Scott. Y. Nlaq-Donulll. N. Xkallllen. F. Nlallflox. H, Prrestly. 9. l-owerx. Xf llonk. anll A. Walker. Sworn? Roni X. Holloway.
Xnrlerson. H, Harper. C. Maine-. 5, llunfrh. J. 5pir+'-. ll, Maint'-. I. lluxlry. anll Nl. Shank. Tlzfrll Ron: Ll, Powers. li. lolinsnn. Y. Fhcrril. sl. Harley. Q
Brewer. P. Poteet. .l. .lonea Nl. Xllams. an-'l lf. Lee.
Iiirst Row: C. Baynham. C. Long. X. Klitchell. J. Lawson. H. Cettel, J. Hunt, E Hence, S. Phillips, L. Harris, and -B. Beaufort. Second Row: C. Calamas
JS- -JlU1'Pl1Y- F-Q Blakely. P. Ward. H. Sullivan. J. ldwrett. D. Greene, J. Rouse, N. Seymour, and K. Smith. Third Row: D. Keller, R. Eddins, J. Bolen, W
lwiggs. D. Ellis. J. Nan Tassel. D. McCoy. S. Bodie. H. Youngblood. and Mrs. Brown.
M. H. A. Increases Knowledge et Aneient Times
E pluribus UIIUIIIYHOWS' thrilling to have a national motto
xdth such deep meaning. a meaning only a Latin student can
really feelf Latin is the basis of most modern speech. The pur-
pose of the club is to stimulate interest in the minds of young
people. The study of human triumphs and failures of two thou-
sand years ago excite the imagination of all true Latin students.
As is the yearly custom the club joined Latin clubs from all
parts of the state in a forum of concentrated study and fellow-
ship at Winthrop College. During the Christmas holidays stu-
dents sang carols in Latin to shut-ins and friends. The high point
of the local activities was the annual banquet which took the
form of a Roman feast in all its romantic and elaborate atmos-
phere. Latin can be fun!
First Ron : E. Xloore. C. Battle. Bl. Browne. L. Kloorer. S. Stevenson, M. Hair, J. Hall, D. Colden, and A. Cowing. Second Row: M. Martin, R. Smith, B
Thompson. J, Henslee. J, Hamilton, C. Gaines, Nl. Richardson, M. Shaw. P. Brooks, and N. Folke. Third Row: M. Smith, D. Symonds, J. Mealing, R
Devore. R. Arroyo. B. Weeks. S. Eggerston, R. Dillon, G. Brakefield, and Mrs. Godfrey.
Sammy Anderson. ,limmy Andrews. Andrew Ballard, Johnny Beam. Jerry Bell. Bill Denny. Dan Edwins, Guy Hurlbutt, John Koon. Russell McClain, Harold
Ylclflmurray. Leslie Murphy. Bill Smart. Buck Thompson. and Robert Whatley.
The Bus Drivers Are Dependable and Efficient
Every morning the bus drivers safely transported students in always did their best to obey the rules of the road. Safety
the North Augusta area to their various schools. They kept a meetings were held regularly to help the drivers become better
record of the miles they traveled each day and an account of informed and more able to carry out their responsibilities.
the students they carried. The bus drivers were courteous and They are to be commended for their dependability and efiicieney.
BILL SIVIART, BILL DENNY, BUCK THOMPSON
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Lights! Action! Camera! The library is the stage. the
material is the script. and the assistants arc the charac-
ters of the plav. The general meaning of thc play is to
promote and extend the librarv services through work
activities such as circulating and processing library ma-
terials. preparing bulletin boards. keeping a school his-
tory. and helping students Find necessarv material in
magazines and books.
:X highlight of the year was the district meeting in
Aiken. where the delegates found that being a librarian
helps develop leadership, knowledge of libraries. and a
deeper appreciation of literature. .-Xlso they were shown
librarianship as a vocation.
Becky, Dianne, and Joan tile new books forthe library.
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LLOYD FOWLER . . Vice President
DIANNE AUSTIN . . . Secretary
JOAN HERRING . - Tfeawfef
Miss COMMANDER . AJWSOV
The Lihraw Club Assists the Librarian and the Students
Firgr Ron 5 D. Folk. D. Strom. J. Herring. J. Jones. L. Fowler. D. Austin. J. Garvin. and L. Neeley. Second Row: Miss Commander, D. Green, C. Goodwin
D. Ferguson. ll. Klartin. R. Priestlev. S. Lowery. J. Rouse. N. Walden. J. Hamilton, K. Smith. and L. Smith. Third Row: J. Devine. B. Turner, D. Wyland
Xl, Franklin. L. Bell. N. Haines. A. Sevmour. G. Howie. J. Smith. F. Hobbie, and S. Phillips.
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The chorus, directed by Mrs. Carolyn Cox, is composed
of 53 boys and girls who are especially interested in music
and singing. Their objectives are to raise the standards of
performance and of public taste and to develop character.
On the Friday before Thanksgiving they sang a group of
beautiful hymns suitable for the season. Most inspiring was
their Christmas program presented the day school holidays
Second semester the chorus began practicing for the
Spring Music Festival to be held jointly with the band in
April. This group won the approval of the faculty and the
students and added a bright note to the school year.
The CHURUS Added a Bright Note t the Seh el Year
First Row: Mrs. Cox. J. Hill, B. Parks, D. Folk, B. Dillon, C. Dicl-cv-ns. B. Robertson. P. Newman. S. Dorris. J. Doyle, and C. Battle. Second Rout B. Storey,
L. Porter, A. Seymour, S. Leopard, S. Hankinson. H. NlcCorkle. Nl. Franklin. Nlr-Daniel. B. Berry. C. Banks. and B. Wyatt. Third Roux' K. Hanlan. M,
Williams. D. Saunders, Bl, Shaw, C. Dawson. K. liullington. D. 'Xu-lin. P, Nlontgomery. L. Walker. D. Dockins. and N. Banes. Fourth Rolf: N. Firby. B.
Smith, J. Garvin, C. Goodwin, J. Wells. L. Harris. Nl. Nlosele-y. Nl. Nlarshall. K. Chri-ty. and E. Kloore, Fifth Row: l.. Fowler. D. Rucker. D. lilmer. R.
Moore, B. Jones, B. Gray, B. Overton, A. Nlclilmurray, D. johnson. C. Thompson. and F. Fowler.
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After checking the ledger, Carlton Vaughn, Linda Fallaw, and Nlargit
Haywood were overjoyed to see that the class had passed the adver-
Sandspurs Records the Memories of the Year
From the beginning of school until the final
dummy was received. the staff worked steadily
toward publishing a superior edition of Sana'-
The challenge left by the seniors of l959.
whose yearbook had won first place in the Na-
tional Scholastic Competition, inspired the l960
staif to higher goals. Early in the fall the adver-
tising drive started and in three weeks' time the
original budget of S3500 had been surpassed.
ln order to meet the first deadline. individual
pictures, activity shots, club reports, and scale
drawings had to be completed before Christmas.
This required concentrated effort.
The staff, as well as the rest of the student
body, eagerly anticipated the arrival of the 1960
Sandspurs. At a special assembly the dedication
was announced. The satisfaction of seeing the
finished annual compensated for the long hours
of hard work.
SANDSPURS SALESMEN-First Ro : 1.1 .A. S ' G B '
Wadford, M. Dyer, D. Ferguson. M, liijair. Seildizil Rouiiiiiiioiliibrgan rilkeifbfliiisog
M. Willson, F. Doster, D. Dockins, B. Wyatt. G. Faglie, G, HufSt.,Tii'ird Rowf
L. Haskell, B. 0,Berry, L. Vaughn, P. Ward. C. Baynham, J. Arnett. i
Charlotte Bussey, Laura Metts, and Connie Keane are writing copy.
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Selecting pictures to be used in Sandspurs are Sherry Moore, Ann
Bradley, Sue Twelkemeier, Jimmy Calamas, and Gayle Howell,
Discussing sophomore, junior and senior sections are Billie Ann
Dianne Gibb, Mary Lee Burkhalter, and Le Grand Moorer.
Myra Hardman, Pam Hayes, Betty O'Berry, and Ann Weeks work out the
Putting posters up for the Sahdspurs drive are Jo Ann Hites Gayle Hurst,
and Martha Jeffrey.
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LXXDSPKRS TYPISTS-First Rau.: C. Hullo, B. Berry 5 'Worms F
Pentecost. O. Gardner. B. Robffrtlon. SPCUHKI Raw: C Dxfkens f
Buseey, C. Banka D. Folk.
Good sportsmanship is a fundamental part
of athletics at North Augusta. ln front of the
school the football squad and cheerleaders are
raising the Yellow Jacket Flag, which has be-
come to each student an important symbol, a
symbol worth putting all of his heart into de-
fending, a symbol of clean, healthy athletics.
Webster Grayson Assistant Coach' Carly Gantt H
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THE 1959 FOOTBALL CAPTAINS
The Yellow Jackets Enjoyed A
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X. A. ' 1 31 Axquinas h I The l9o9 North Augusta Hellow Jackets opened their football
N. A. . . l3 Orangeburg . campaign and the defense of their State Championship crown on
A- - - 13 Clmloll - ' September el with a 20-O dribbling of Beauforts Tidal Wayne. Dis-
A' ' ' 6 L' B' C' ' playing an alert defense bulwalked by tacl-ale Dan Edwins and end
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Y -X '70 Cpaftanburg Jimmy Andrews. the Black and bold recovered three opponent
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N. A. I 13 Greenville I fumbles and coasted the rest of the way.
N' A' ' 40 Alken ' ' Powerful Richmond Academy measured the Jackets for the
first time in four years and pounded out a 20-lf? decision in the
second game nf the season. Down fourteen points at the half.
X. A. led by tackle Hike Zier came back playing inspired ball:
but plagued by costly fumbles. twice had marches stopped deep
in llusketeer territory.
First fiom: I, Priestley. Anflerson. D. Nlontguniery. H. Ftillwell. H, llurn-. L, Lee. T. Yi arnn. ll. l lmer. B. Gregory. C. Baynham. and C. Winburn. Serum.
Roux' 5. Carter. X. Baynham. .l. Ouzts. .l. ballaw. fi. Wliatl'-3, lj. Thomp-on. H. Whitlaw. lL. William-. E. Ble-tins. D. Rucker. and R Daly. Third Rim:
J. Xnflre'-ws. D. Boland. D. Eflwins. H. Denny. W. Griffin. ll. Ziff. T. Ho-lie. C. Fergu-nn. li. Vooptr. .l. Xlurnfortl. and P. Hanshvw.
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Halfback Halfback Halfback Fullback
Sensational Fnnthall Season
Bouncing back the following Friday, the Yellow Jackets vented
their wrath on the outplayed .-Xqninas lrish. handing them a 31-6
defeat. Quarterback Don Nlontgomery' and tackle Paul Hanshew
were Outstanding in x ictory.
Seemingly gaining momentum. the N. A. lads traveled to Orange-
burg. Sparked by halfback Sammy .-Xnderson and the return of
previously injured guard Warren Griffin. the heavier lndians were
pushed all over the held: and the Jackets brought back a well-earned
13-lf score. A fourth-down Jerry Priestly to Sammy Andersonas
pass in the last two minutes cinched the game. On Friday. October
9. the Xorth Augusta team suffered their second and final loss of
the season ionls' their third in five yearst when spirited Langley-
Bath-Clearwater handed them a stunning 12-6 upset defeat. The de-
termined lackets came back with a T-6 win over Greer. Then they
made it win number six by whipping Spartanburg 20-6 in a rain-
soaked homecoming clash. Halfback Buck Thompson and center
Jimmy Mumford were outstanding in Victory. Cheerleader Martha
Templeton reigned as l-lomecoming Queen.
'frg :fe 1 a nelpeo to win the Greer game, Priestley hands
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First Rrvzc: Tommy Boland and Bill Blakely. Second Row: Billy
Howe- and Nolan Wiggins.
Cornered by a group of Aiken defenders, Sammy tries for yardage.
WALTON COOPER, End MIKE ZIER, Guard
GERRY FERGUSON, Guard DAN EDWINS, Tackle
Out for revenge. Xorth Augusta tumbled favored Greenville
13-0. Last year the Pied Raiders heat N. A. hy one point. hreak-
ing the Jackets' 42 game unheaten streak. Led hy guard Gerry
Ferguson. the Hghting Jackets of '59 allowed these opponents
into their territory only once during the game. ln the last game
of the season Dick Pliner and Jack Fallaw lerl 20 other seniors
During a muddy Homecoming contiict, Anderson is brought down by a group
of Spartanburg players.
Jiwimv MuTf1EoRp,oemer WARREN GRIFFIN, GUM
wut HENSHEW, Tackle STEVE CARTER, Center
as N. A. walloped arch-rival Aiken 40-6.
Although the Yellow Jackets ended a sensational season with
eight wins and two losses. they missed by a close vote a Chance
to play for the state Championship. Sammy Anderson. who
sparked the Jackets all season. represented them in the annual
Shrine Bowl Caine.
Looking for help Montgomery is surrounded in the Greer game.
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BEN HARVILLE, Guard RODNEY THURIVIOND, Halfback CHARLES WINBURN, Guard
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XA. . T AICC-,frinick . l9 North Augustas "BM Team defeated Hephzihalfs MB" Team. 31-O in their season
XA, , l 14 l., B. ff. . . 6 opener. With the help of Doug Hixon. Wallace Pierce, and Dan Rushton, the Bally
XV A ,W L B l- 7 Jackets scored in every period. ln the next outing North Augusta and Evans' "A"
' ' 'D ', ' J' T, Varsity battled to a 6-6 tie. On October 29. the Baby Jackets were defeated by
NA' ' 'fl Tallmmml ' ' NlcCormickis "Aw Varsity 19-7. They went on to win the next two games against
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V. L.B.C. 14-6 and 22-7. This gave the Jackets 3 wins. l loss. and 1 tie. During the
XA. I U Hephzil-ah . foil remainder of the season the N.A. boys lost to Bichmondis "B" Team 13-O and to
Hephzilmalfs MA" Varsity 3-1-H. North Augusta ended the season with a 7-0 romp over
Aiken. The Bahy Jackets hnished with a record of -L wins, 3 losses. and 1 tie.
First Ron: Ki. Smith. ,l. llay. D, Hixon. ll. lfllis. H. Youngblood, B. Gray, YV. Durflen, l,. Smith and C. Lainar. Second Row: P. Hyer, B. Thompson, D
Rushton. W, Tv,-igg, YY, fm-rf-Q, KI, DP Cf-nnaro, S, Criliin. S. :Xndf-rson, and H. Payne. Tlzim' Row: C. Browning. J. Bridges. B. Harrison, J. Watkins, D
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Improved as Season Prugressed
The Xorth Augusta Iaekettes opened their 1960 season with
a 25-37 loss to L.B.C.. hut under the Capable Coaching of Clari-
nionde Evans Caine hael-1 to win the next three games. Yictories
over Graniterille. Aiken. and Aquinas and losses to Richmond.
Orangeburg. and Saluda followed. Scoring honors for the season
went to junior Ann Culhreath. seniors Birdie Fleinister and Sara
E-L3IS L Sewers Nl. Templeton, and B.Smitl1.
McFarland, and sophomore Sandra Maddoxg while guards
Martha Templeton, Ann Sanders, Billie Ann Smith, and Joan
Herring played the other end of the court. At press time, the
lassies had Won 7 and lost 3 with two games and the State
Tournament at Orangeburg remaining in the season.
Loyal fans attended a North Augusta basketball game.
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North Augusta 63 L. B. C. .
North Augusta TT Hephzihah
North Augusta 69 Graniteviile
North Augusta T2 Aquinas .
North Augusta 61 Richmond
North Augusta .UU L. B. C. .
North Augusta TU Carlisle .
North Augusta T6 Craniteviiie
North Augusta 6-L Saluda .
North Augusta T2 Carlisle .
North Augusta 55 Richmond
North Augusta 46 Orangeburg
North Augusta 65 Aquinas .
North Augusta 52 Aiken .
North Augusta 63 Saluda .
North Augusta T3 Orangeburg
FORWARDS-FIRST RON: Jerry Driestley JSM'-'5 Andrews QELOVXD
QOVV' Ned Baynnarn Mike Zier.
First Role: Managers: Richard l.o'we
and John .-Xltoonian. Secmzd Ron:-
Bohhy Burns. Sammy Anderson.
Lewis Jones. Warren Griffin. and
Walton Cooper. Third Rout Lloacli
.liin Bnist. .lerry Priestley. Ned
Baynhain. Leslie llnrphy. liinmy
.-Xndrews. and Hike Zier.
ln Boys' Basketball Determination Was the Key Word
Determination. drive. and tireless effort gave the boys' basket-
hail team the ingredients to make an outstanding record. Guided
by Coach lim Buist and spurred on by captains Leslie Murphy
and farnmy Anderson. this team it as one of the best that North
Augusta has ever produced.
Forwards Jerry Priestley and Ned Baynham, combined their
accurate close shooting with the long-range shooting of guards
Warren Grillin and Sammy Anderson to help the team rank
among the best. Center Leslie Murphy was a vital man in taking
the rebounds. but the work of the entire team produced the
victories. Other important Jackets were Wheaties Cooper, Mike
Zier. Raymond Swann. Bobby Burns, Lewis Jones, and Jimmy
At press time North Augustais record was 10-3, losing only
to Richmond TO-61. 72-55 and Orangeburg 46-49.
GUARDS-FIRST ROW: Sammy Anderson and Lewis Jones. SECOND ROW:
yu A , N , , Carlisle garne, Warren Griffin and Bobby Burns.
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Baynham. P. Hyer. W. Grilhn. D. Klontgomery. and B. Tyler.
Baseball Season Was Sparked With Many Victnries
Since the 1960 version of the North Augusta Yellow Jacket baseball team is still
wrapped up. it is dilhcult to judge their potentiality at present. Several positions need
to he filled: positions which were left vacant hy the graduate-n of Wesley Summers.
Bill Self. Charley Williams. and Leroy llanders. The Jackets will rely on returning
veterans Frank Oakley, Jerry Priestley. Buck Thompson. Sammy Anderson. Bob
Bolton. and Gerry Ferguson.
This team has a line record to uphold because North Augusta captured the Lower
State AA Championship in l959. Coach Grayson hopes for state championship this
Besides such powerhouses as Richmond. Camden. and Carlisle. the team also meets
L.B.C.. liken. Aquinas. and Hephzihah.
N, Grayson coached the Lower State
Surrounded hy wig teammates, Fraolf Oakley demonstrates the art of hunting gmt r,1.g, Omni wpfgpel- ttgy pf Gelding 3 ground ball.
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First Roux' l.ee Jones, Tommy Boland.
Dick llmer. Guy Hurlhutt. and ,lack
Fallaw. Sevmzu' Roux' Bobby Burns,
.llHllTU' Nivholson. :Xndv Nlelflmurrav.
Nlike Zier. Earl Blevins. and l.arrv
The Track Team Was Eager for Vietew
The l959 track team rated well in individual events. although it was
not the top scorer in the big meets. For a number of juniors and soph-
omores. it was the first feel of the einders. With the experience gained.
the '60 trael-Q team should be able to meet all eomers. Meets with Aiken.
Richmond. Orangeburg. l..B.C.. and Beaufort will highlight the 1960
schedule. Top individual performers will participate in the State Meet
Returning traeknien are Jimmy Arnett. Earl Blevins. Tommy Boland.
Johnny Boyd. Bobby Burns. Jimmy Calamas. Jimmy Calhoun, Jack
Fallaw. Edward Hamilton. Bill Harper. Ben Harville, Guy Hurlbutt.
Chester Jenkins, Lee Jones, Andy Nlelllmurray, Carey Miller. Jimmy
Nicholson. Larry Schwartz, Dick lflmer. Carleton Vaughn, Ronald
Yihitlaw. and Hike Zier.
J. Calamas and J. Boyd hand off baton in a simulated relay race
C. lftfier, C. 'Jang' ard E Hamilton practice stance for a fast start. R, Whitlaw, B. Harville, C. Jenkins, and J. Calhoun wait for the starting gun.
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PE. girls alert.
Intramurals Are Participated In By Everyone
Taking advantage of the pleasant fall weather. students play
and take exercise outside. They enjoy such ganies as footliall.
archerv. and soccer. Winter finds them in the gymnasium lfeing
challenged hy basketball. volleyliiall. tumliling. shultlelioard.
ping pong. etc. ln the spring. again. they inoie outside to finish
Practicing the Figure eight For hastfetlnatt are Diane Folk Patsy Ward and N
the year with tennis. softball. and track. ln the intramural games
good sportsmanship is stressed as well as physical welfare.
These activities. supervised by the coaches. are managed to a
certain extent hy students and are, therefore. beneficial from the
standpoint of organization and participation.
Sli INIXIING THXNI Firsl Ron 5 Warrer Tuiggs. .lanies Connell. an-i Harry
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Appleby Library provides a lovelv stage for
the informal superlatives. pictured in color.
Also. outstanding achievement has been at-
tained bv additional seniors. These awards
and honors are bestowed upon persons having
the necessary qualifications to receive them.
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JIMMY CALHOUN LINDA FALLAW
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llltllxl li IKIAMIIIA-Xlilt CHARLOTTE BKSSEY
Alxsays neat and tidy, too
'l'lu'y've earned their lille -e"lwslnl1'essmluINNO.
Wliiiiiiiig smiles and peppy ways
W ill lurigliteii up a dreary day.
A friendly smile lights up their lace
At home. at school. or any place.
DON BOYKIN HILDRETH CALLAWAY
A twist of head and Wink of eye .
Will let you know these two are nigh.
MIMI WEBB BUCK THOMPSON
BETTY O7BERRY DONNY COOPER
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Having maintained the highest scholastic average for four
vears at North Augusta High. Sheri Nloore was given the
title valedictorian. Her endeavors and ambitions will surelv
be rewarded bv success. I
By achieving the second highest scholastic average. Linda
Fallavv was named salutatorian. During her four vears at
North Augusta. she has shown determination and much
ability in the academic subjects as well as extra-curricular
PRESIDENT OF THE STUDENT COUNCIL
Chosen President of the Student Council. Sarnrnv
Anderson fulfilled his duties with great etliciencv. This
organization functions for the benefit of the entire student
body. sponsoring manv projects in which all students
have a part.
Qu LL5 fan ing
President of toe Student Council
On the basis of character. leadership, scholarship. and
personal attractiveness. the Seniors elected Margit Hay-
wood Nliss Hi-Miss. a Competition sponsored by Win-
The Seniors Chose Hike Zier as King Teen. a Wofford
College honor. Mikes Character. leadership. and scholar-
ship won him the title ishieh puts him in the state eoln-
petition for a four-year scholarship to Wolford.
Ann Sanders received the good Citizenship award
sponsored by the Daughters of the .Mneriean Revolution.
The liasis for this award is loyalty, serviee. patriotism.
Character. and leadership.
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ANN SANDERS MIKE ZIER
From the air one sees a View of the beauti-
ful city of North Augusta. Since Sandspurs is
made possible by the whole-hearted coopera-
tion of the entire community-the business
men being an important part, of course-this
aerial picture represents the feeling of appre-
ciation that the staff has for its true supporters.
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THE BOYS OF THE SENIOR CLASS 0F 1960
Home of Better Values
Boosters for the
TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU
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on U. S. Highway ff?-F1
AIKEN BEVERAGE COMPANY
Grapette - Dr. Pepper
Buffalo Rock Ginger Ale
254 XYfIl.l,lAMSl1URG STREET
SOUTHEAST AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
HOLLOWAY TIRE AND RECAPPING CO.
1260 Reynolds St. Augusta, Ga.
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Complete Factory Method Reeapping Service
RICHMOND SUPPLY CO.
Largest stock of mill supplies
and transmission specialties
652 SEVENTH ST. PA 4-7792-6
SOUTHERN ROADBUILDERS, INC.
RED IMIX CONCRETE
INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES-STEEL PRODUCTS
Telephone PA 2-8 816 Post Oihce Box 1127
Oihce and Wfarehousc Located On
U. S. 1, 78, and 25
1 mile South of Fifth and Broad Streets
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Outstanding Player Trophy
Awarded Annually By
The North gusta Star
336 GEORGIA AVE.
R E P A I R
215 SEVENTH STREET
MURPHY STATIONERY COMPANY
SOCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
718 Broad Street Dial PA 2-2122
BEAR WHEEL ALIGNING
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
1215 REYNOLDS STREET PHONE PA 2 -O0 S S
.IENNINGS AUTO SUPPLY
AUTO PARTS CRANKSHAFT GRINDING
PA Z-6828 1223 REYNOLDS ST.
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BORDEN'S SANCKEN DAIRY
927 WALKER STREET
MILK ICE CREAM
BEST XVISHES .
AUGUSTA CONCRETE BLOCK COMPANY
Phone TA 2-S524 Augusta. Georgia
HI-TEST CONCRETE BLOCKS
FIRE SAFE PPRMAALN 1
Hamburg at Sth St. Bridge
HARRISON TRANSFER AND STORAGE COMPANY
825 QZALIIUUN S'l'RliLlT
Sc-wing thc Augusta Arcn for SO Years
Agents for North American Van Lines
GENUINE FORD PARTS
NEW AND USED CARS
"B6f0rv You Buy,
Gin' Holley a Try"
PHONE MI 9-4148
coo 108 Laurens N. W., Aiken, S. C
EAST BUENA VISTA
APPLIANCES AUGUSTA Tnuclasns stop
609 GEORGIA AVENUE - Gordon Highway -
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get A MINOR
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GOOD FOOD o BEDS 0 SHOXVERS
We Newr' C1056
"Flou'crs 0fDisfi1zffiozz for 35 Years"
THE NORTH AUGUSTA FLORIST
111 XVEST PINE GROVE IXYENUE
LITHO ART PRINTERS, INC.
PHONE PA 4-6084 1298 BROAD STREET
A Good Place to Live 0 Homes 513,000 to S3 5,000
Paving, NVater, Sewage 0 Lake Front and Wooded Lots
Wfe will build, or use your own Contractor
TAylor 2-6559 or TAylor 4-2863
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN DISHES
Private Dining Dial PA 2-3648
Room 598 BROAD ST.
MARKS SURGICAL SUPPLIES, INC.
Complete Prescription Department
XVHEEI. CHAIRS HOSPITAL BEDS
WALKERS CRUTCHES, ETC.
FAYE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE
1134 Ridgecrest Avenue
DIAL TA 2-2397 MRS. H. E. BARBER, Owner
North Augusta, S. C.
BELVEDERE HANDYMAN SHOP
354 EDGEFIELD ROAD, S. E. PHONE TA 4-1346
BELVEDERE, S. C.
"Sales and Serrire' for fha' Home"
B I I. I. Z E A I. Y Q
OIL9 SUPPLIER Q-901350
S1Ncfm1R GASOLINE, FUEL OILS AND MOTOR OILS
North Augusta, S. C. and Augusta, Ga.
Call us - PA 2-2462
S Conzplinzvufs of 3 Q
DUPLEX DAIR FEED
' 3 , SOUTHERN
O O Q
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403 Sth Street
Everyboclyls Bowling At The
MASTERS BOWLING LANES
FORT GORDON HIGHWAY
Complete Restaurant - Free Instructions
Special Rates For High School Students
Open 24 hours RE 3-3624
JOIN A HIGH SCHOOL LEAGUE NOW
MCELMURRAY AND CO.
850 ELLIS STREET
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ATLAS REALTY CO.
J. H. ROWELL TEXACO SERVICE STATION
Serviee Is Our Moffo
WASH JOB 0 TIRE REPAIR
See us for all your car needs
Your Texaco Dealer is fbe best friend your car ever lyafl.
346 EDGEFIELD RD., BELVEDERE TA 2-9239
KEY WHOLESALERS, INC.
"Lowest Wlyolesnl e Prices in fbe Soufbv
1251 Reynolds St. Phone PA 2-131
MILES AUTO SERVICE
123 Sand Bar Ferry Rd.
General Repairs On All Types Of
Cars and Trucks
ALL XVOREK GUARANTEED
C on rfesy of
SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.
928 Broad St.
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
New Location -Walton Way Branch
Broad at 10th St. - Walton Way at 15th Street
Bus. Phone PA 4-9681 140 Laurens St. Aiken, S. C
SCI'INEIDER'S MUSIC CENTER
DIAL PA 4-8947
Band 86 Orchestra Instruments
Accordion. 86 Guitar Lessons
Instrument Rental Plan
Repair Dept.-Sheet Music
1051 Broad Street
Ludwig, Singerland and Premir Drums AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
Gibson and Martin Guitars
Conn, Holton, Selmer and Olds Band Instruments
LYNCH INSURANCE AGENCY
N Orth Auguszfcfs Pioneer I 7151117117106 Agency
fEStablished June 1, 19341
Dial TA 2-4177 613 Georgia Ave.
NORTH AUGUSTA, S. C.
RHODES AUTO SERVICE
Bear Wheel B6lICl11Ci7Zg and Alignmevzt
General Auto Repair, Welding
Frame and Axle Service
F. W. WOOLWORTH CO.
800 Broad St.
BUSH PLUMBING CO.
106 West Spring Grove Ave.
North Augusta, S. C.
PHONE TA 2-8770
,C if 2
OSBON AUTO SUPPLY, INC.
FISK TIRES AND BATTIERIES
Home and Auto Accessories W TV
Speriaffzizllq in Vzfluziliziflg mm' RL'Ll1i7f711llQ
1255 Broad Street
PAGE MOTOR SA
Augusta's Largest Foreign and Sports Car Center
PHONE PA 2-4611
VAN WOOD CLEANERS
334 GEORGIA AVENUE TA 4-6606
Pick up and delivery
W. J. MUMFORD
PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTOR
W2 Grant Avenue TA 2-1879
NORTH AUGUSTA, S. C.
Leading Home Furnishings
in the South
Clean Cars With A AG G '
We buy - We sell - We trade G
Carl Ficken C- Be-use
1290 Ellis Sr. PA 4-8894 PA 4-7738 719 BROAD ST
HIGHTOWER'S NORTH AUGUSTA CLEANERS
Dry Cleaning - Pressing
611 GEORGIA AVENUE
Phone TA 2-1273
Lobby Southern Finance
S 81 S TRUCK STOP AND CAFE
7 Miles North of
North Augusta, Highway 25
GAS, OIL, DIESEL FUEL
Tires, Tubes and Accessories
NEXT TO HOME
BEST PLACE TO EAT
873 BROAD STREET
Fine Pipes and Tobgqgo
Carrier Heating and Air Conditioning
1616 W'alton XVay Augusta, Ga.
COLMAN MOTORS, INC.
WCKFN5 BQDY SHOP BUILDERS HARDWARE
1718 MARION AVE. and co'
1536 Walton Way
WALDEN WELL DRILLING
Since 1920 In The Augusta Trade Area"
1220 WEST AVENUE
North Augusta, South Carolina
TAy1or 2-43 29
TAy1or 2- S906
soy beans Cotton Sec
velvet beans VCECIH, PC3111
rye, oats C2116 S6
WALTON SEED CO.
Cow Peas and Field Seeds
Phone PArk 2-6987 Robinson's Co
FAIRWAY FINANCE C0.
LOANS 510.00 and Up
Signature - Auto - Furniture
LOAN AND REALTY
636 Broad St.
Phone PA 2-2546
S C R O G G S
A N D
E W I N G
Hairdressers for the truly feminine woman
COIFFURES BY CHARLES and EDNA
312 Southern Finance Bldg.
Free Customer Parking - 7 36 Reynolds' Sit.
PHONE PA 2-4568
Edna B. Bader
Charles M. Nelms
COME IN COLONIAL . . .
YOU COME OUT BETTER
COLONIAL STORES, INC.
Color TV Specialists
HUGHES RADIO AND TV
Sales and Service
29 East Buena Vista North Augusta
man Hughes TA 4-4286
HARGROVE PRINTING CO.
Lefferjnress and Ojffsef Pri11fi11g
Letterheads - Envelopes
Business and Personal Cards
Stationery - Crder and Sales Books
'We P1fi1z1f To Order'
Producers of Quality Printing
36 13th Street PA 4-7034
VANCE'S PEAN UTS
Selected from Virginia Finest
Roasted, Broiled 86 French Fried
416 9th St. Augusta, Ga
BELVEDERE BEAUTY SHOP qde Leng Pig
Mrs. Lucy Feagin, Owner
10023 Home Owned
Pure Pork Sausage
Made From Inspected Meat
Phone TA 2-4796 O 416 Edgeneld Rd.
BELVEDERE, S- C- BELVEDERE, S. C.
FRED YARBROUGH, Food Broker
RUBEN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Outfits for the Entire Family
Store of Better Values
1002? Home Owned 914-916 Broad St.
RlCl'lARD'S BUICK, INC.
1350 Broad Street
Factory Authorized Dealer for-
BUICK, MICRCFDICZ-BIZNZ, OPEL
and STUDFBAKER LARK
Heating and Air Conditioning
2305 Milledgeville Rd.
BELVEDERE BARBER SHOP
W. D. Pullum, Owner
348 EDGEFIELD ROAD
Service to the Sick
Prescriptions called for
NIEDICAL ARTS BLDG. BELVEDERE, S- C-
7hone PA 4-7784 Augusta, Ga.
A. B. EcImuncl's Groceries
B31-.B.Q and Hash 511 Edgelielcl ROELCI
BELVEDERE, S. C.
ivan allen company
115 8th St.
OFFICE SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT
R. C. A.
MCCOY APPLIANCE COMPANY
"Tbe Real McCoy"
RE 6-S957 AUGUSTA, GA. 1941 15th Street
1600 On Your Dial
6112 Georgia Ave- Phone TA 2-3576
GREGORY'S LAKE Compliments of
Swimming and Picnickin g
Water Bicycles Thriller Slides
North Augusta, S. C.
PHONE TA 4-5684
Clerk of Court
A T T A W A Y ' S
GULF SERVICE CENTER
Friendly D0iJ6lI61ld!7lC Smfvifr
For the Life of Your Car Go Gulf
S24 GEORGIA AVE.
BLANCHARD AND CALHOUN
BROAD STREET CAR WASH
S MINUTE SERVICE
ISU Broad Street PA 4-7907
C. B. Wood, Proprietor
4 "R ,fffigiff 1" fn' ,.-
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CASTLEBERRY'S FOOD COMPANY .er 9 o, : A g
-.- 5' 2 ,.:.,,oo " W S Q 5
I W ' "-', 1 :"'
You can prepare and serve
Z I., A A PIT
o I u v X fig. .IVA EOCJKEQ-
XVQNDERI3 UL MEALS IN MINUTES
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F O R T H E B E S T
,f"Rfr I ' I f R R if AVAQ
TTL... ie p,e, . .- I H
l . ., . X' YOUR ndzpendenl
Q' I W I' A IS" lfuumnre AGENT
'SIIVIS YOU lllll'
118 Eighth St.
CAR AND HOME INSURANCE
W. R. DAWSON 8. CO.
Serving Augusta. and North Augusta For' Over 50 Years
Phone PA 2-4878
R. J. GAINES
0 Excavating and Grading
' Heavy Machinery Hauling and Erection
' Structural Steel Erection
0 Crane Rental Service
' Concrete Construction and Asphalt Paving
TA 4-8346 BEECH ISLAND, S. C.
OLD HEIDELBERG INN
133 Ga. Avenue ami
T 84 T
SPORTING GOODS INC.
1207-09 Henderson St.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS
EGGERS' SUPER MARKET
J, J. EGGERS, Ozwier
Henry C. Quarles - Manager of Meat Market
U.S. Post Oflice
Open 7 Days
Belvedere Branch, Belvedere, S.. C.
Stuart G. Anderson, Owner
336 Edgeneld Rd.
PHONE TA 2-84
Belvedere, S. C.
Hammond Hills Service Station
410 MARTINTOWUW ROAD
0 Fresh Produce
' Homemade Sausage
S 13 Edgefield Road
PA 2-5555 Pick-up and
Hutcheson-Bentley Furniture PA 25536 DCHVUY Same
914 Telfair St. AUTO GLASS
PA 2-9995 Compleze Amo Glam Service
Barry BOSWGU 14th and Ellis
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA Owner Augusta, Ga.
I2 YEARS EXPERIENCE
F R D
SALES o SERVICE
YONCE MOTOR COMPANY
306 Main 0 Telephone 2351 or 2361
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
SAM BODIE 81 SONS
MURPHY s Moron COMPANY on- COMPANY
PARTS and SERVICE Friendly Dependable Service
Cushrnan Motor Scooters
Zundopp Motorcycles Goodl ear Hes
1565 Walton Way Augusta, Ga. DQICO Batteries
PHONE PA 2-7018 1849 Georgia Ave. Ext. TA 4-52
VAUGHAN'S MEN'S WEAR
RI? 6-9 8 29
Compliments of SANDY'5 BARBER SHUP
"For fbe Best H air C nfs in fownf,
M. see 'Sfmflyf
Attorney-Af-Law 8th and Broad
H. SHMERLING, .IEWELER
HOME OF FAMOUS EASHIONS
910 BROAD STREET
. Y Ch A t I W lc me At
"The Store for Brides" our arge Ccoun S e O
Augusta, Ga. PA 2-S551 C A R R S
Congratulations to the Class of ,60
Quality Foods Since 1904
XVE DELIVER TA 2-7701
S34 GEORGIA AVENUE
DEPENDABLE OIL COMPANY
Kerosene .... Gasoline .... Fuel Oil
TA 4-7966 605 Edgefleld Rd.
BELVEDERE, S. C.
MARTHA W. CHAPMAN
AUDITOR of AIKEN COUNTY
PINNELL HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING, INC.
855 Walker St.
,nw - A
S N O W ' S
"All Your Clothes Should Go To Snowisn
HARDY'S PAINTS and BODY SHOP
24 Hour XVrecker Service
Main Office . . . . Greene St. C- V- YDOSSY5 HARDY
110 Buem Vista Ave.
NORTH AUGUSTA, S. C.
lliy TA 2-0001 Night TA 2-5079
15th St. Phone PA 4-1424
ERIC C. PRESLEY
ONE OF THE SOUTI-I'S MAJOR
I , , C 1' zts 0
Servmg over IM M1ll1on People Om? mlm f
in South Carolina and Georgia
GIBBS AUTO WRECKING
H3 SGHULTZ HILL
SAND BAR FERRY ROAD
NBC and ABC Networks
TOMMIE MATHIS WHOLESALE CANDY
1113 GEORGIA AVENUE TA 2-0834
MCELMURRAY FURNITURE COMPANY, INC.
"F11r11ifure Tha! Ena'urm',
923 BROAD STREET AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
PHONE PA 2-8773
310 EIGHTH STREET AUGUSTA, GA.
Correct and Corrective Shoes
For Men, Women, and Children
RICHMOND HOTEL BARBER SHOP
GILLILAND WELDING SHOP
1130 FI'211'1C1S St. TA 4-9955
North Augusta, S. C.
"Have Rod-Will IVeld"
Owner: "Doc" GTLLILAND
Easiest Travel On Earth
Charter Trips A Specialty
QUEEN CITY TRAILWAYS
7TH AND GREENE ST. PA 4-5537
G L E A S O N ' S
PLUMBING - HEATING
1910 WALTON WAY RE 3-4548
GREEN ACRES BEAUTY SALON
Hair Styling X Permanent Xvaves
Open Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
9 - 5
Evenings by Appointment
100 5 LAURENS
OWENS HOME SERVICES
js 4 Complete
RUG X CARPET
I' "U, SERVICE
Homes ' Churches
Commercial XY'all to XVall Carpet Cleaning
Repairing 0 Moth Proofing
Cleaning S Storage
513 E, AIARTINTOXTN RD. TAYLOR 2-1468
NOLAND COMPANY, INC.
PLUMBING 86 HEATING SUPPLIES
S5 6 REYNOLDS ST.
WYMAN H. BUSCH
Sheriff of Aiken County
BEARINGS, PARTS 81 SUPPLY
AUTOMOTIVE REPLACEMENT PARTS
630 ELLIS STREET PHONE PA 2-S363
PALMER COLLEGE SMITH BROTHERS, AGENTS
HURST BUSINESS COLLEGE DIVISION HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
CO-EDUCATIONAL 0 APPROVED
1027 BROAD STREET PHONE PA 2-4243
430 EIGHTH STREET AUGUSTA, GA. AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
ROGERS LOWE FARMER'S MARKET
EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR 1: ARM PRQDUCE
Direct From Producer
308 WEST PINE GROVE AVE. NORTH AUGUSTA
PHONE TA 2-3195 1116 ELLIS STREET
RUTH V. McCANN
DWELLING AND AUTOMOBILE
FARMER'S EGG 84 POULTRY CO
PHONE PA 2-8883
C0mf'li'W'ffS Of EMPIRE FURNITURE COMPANY
ELECTRIC APPLIANCE 84 1201 BROAD STREET
FURNITURE CO., INC.
A DIVISION OF
GENIiRAI,EI,I'1C1'TfiIC. IBISTRIIZUTINC CORPORATION PHONE PA 2-4837
RE 3-3824 RGS.: RE 3-5721
W. F. "Dub" Timmerman
AUTO PAINT AND BODY SHOP
2207 Milledgeville Road
All IVOrk G1mrr111ffcd- Wp Aim fo P19450
2972 913 Broad St
U0 IT THE RIGHT WAY I
, , A--'
JXIKEX, ITXUGUSTA, MAGON
Auron's Super Market
No. 1 1302 Wrightsboro Rd.
NO. 2 1121 Geurette St.
NO. 3 839 East Boundary
TIRE SERVICE COMPANY
'1.!!g!:ffJ'f LJYQEJI ,md MOI! Modern Rempping Plant"
-ONE DAY SERVICE
-COMPLETE XWHEEL BALANCING
-NEW' AND USED TIRES AND TUBES
Highway PA 2-6818 Augusta, Ga.
WAYSIDE FOOD STORE
431 E. Martintown Rd.
NORTH AUGUSTA, S. C.
"OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK"
116 sth St.
Complete Line of
MATERNITX' AND SPORTSXVEAR
Phone 1006 Broad St.
PA 4 8514 Augusta, Ga.
619 Thirteenth Street
L. VERNON MADDOX Telephone
Owner PArk 4-3551
Many Varieties of Yeast 81 Cake Doughnuts
Special orders given pronzpt t1ff6'lZfiO7'1
RALPH HATCHER'S GARAGE
GENERAL AUTO REPATRING ON ALI. MAKE CARS
"Sperizz1isfs on C!JF1'I'O1FfS,,
1433 Harper St. Shop: PA 2-5086
RES: TA 4-1688
School of Dance
MEMBER DANCE EDUCATORS OIR AMERICA
304 VV. Spring Grove Ave.
North Augusta, S. C.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
2309 Walton Wfay
Phone TA 2-4008
1609 Georgia Ave. Phone TA Z-0455
SCOTT OUTBOARD MOTORS
MARINE SUPPLIITS - TRAII,If,IiS
DJUIQIII Al'f,l'H1X w IIIfiAIiUllNA
ak.Sh.....1 time n - I ' SISNM
THE WHITE MIDGET
527 GEORGIA AVE.
Phone TA 2-2351
LOAN AND FINANCE
R. P. "Ranch" LEXVIS
S21 Georgia Ave.
NoRTH AL'GL'sTA, S. C.
212 Eighth Street
McKIE'S SERVICE STATION
825 East Buena Vista
1401 Gwinnett St. and
Compliments of Compliuzents of
BEECH ISLAND RED and WHITE
P 81 I'I AUTO SUPPLY, INC
1290 Broad St.
Next Door to Pos Offi
Phone: PA 2-1869
BURNSIDE FURNITURE COMPANY
New and Used
S21 Broad St. PA 2-8082
S ro her?
GIFTS ' FLOWERS
125 2 Greene Street
Alma Strother Dorothy Strother
Dr. and Mrs. Curl J. Shealy, M.D.
326 Georgia Ave.
NORTH AUGUSTA, S. C.
AUGUSTA ARMATURE WORKS
1521 Wfalton Wfay
Phone: PA 4-3837 or PA 2-2316
NIGHT CALLS RIOTOR REWTNDING
Repairing Trouble Shooting Controls
SUNSET MEMORY GARDENS, INC
LANGLEY, S. C.
Hlllllllllflllllfl' PC'Vl7l'flllIl Clll'l',,
AUGUSTA FURNITURE MARKET
"Your Crrdiz' Is Good Wifln Us"
1019 BROAD PA 3-6446
STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS
HOME PARTIES - PHONE ORDERS DELIVERED
iouthern Business Machine Service
F R I D E N h h S h 1
1- I 6 3 ' 1 Sa
Automatic Calculating and Adding Machines Mona mglggiis,pgsrdgslcilbijitif C OO
The Thinking Machine of American Business Sarah Bodie
436 sth Street PA 4-9086 1706 Georgia Ave. TA 2-4115
PRINTING S I G C O X
THAT GETS ATTENTION
Booklets Art Wfork REFRIGERATION
Programs Lithographing AIR CONDITIONING
Business Forms Letterpress - Offset AUTOMATIC HEATING
co. 1431 Greene St. PA 2-3556
PM ELLIS STREET AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
PArls1 2-5262 or PArk 4-6478
THE ASHLEY MOTOR HOTEL
TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.
HIGHWAYS 1 AND 78
705 11th Street
- 3 MILES NORTH
AUDIO-VISUAL CENTER MITCHELL GROCERY
Hammond Hill North Augusta
216 Twelfth Street
Open 7 A.M. to 10 P.M. - 7 Days a Week
PHONE PA 2-0591 FROZEN - PACKAGE MEATS
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 450 W. Martintown Rd. TA 2-9332
EAST BOUNDARY CLEANERS, INC.
402 E. Boundary
CLYDE DUNAWAY BICYCLE SHOP
Guaranteed Repair On All Makes
"We Service What We Sell"
212 12th St. PA 2-4208
DICK'S SHELL SERVICE STATION
3105 Deansbridge Rd.
MECHANIC ON DUTY
RE 3-2998 AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
COMMUNITY BARBER SHOP
L. M. Harris, Owner 0 106 Wilde Dr.
BELVEDERE, S. C.
C O O P E R ' S
Phillips 66 Service
TA 2-9834 502 Georgia Ave.
NORTH AUGUSTA, S. C.
AUGUSTA SCHOOL OF AVIATION
MEATS AND GROCERIES
PA 2-2108 For Quality and Scrvicc
I85I Gu. Ave., N.
HITT'S CURB MARKET
l'RESI'I FRUITS and VEGETABLES
FIRST OF GEORGIA
FIRE AND CASUALTY COMPANY
NEWS BUILDING ' TELEPHONE PA 4-7512
Your Local Fire and Automobile Insurance Company
P 8A S QUICK-WAY STORES
N. AUGUSTA, S. C.
KEY'S PHILLIPS 66
336 EDGEFIELD RD.
Look for the "66" Emblem
ELCY'S BEAUTY SHOP
SERVING NORTH AUGUSTA WITH PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
S33 Georgia Avenue
PHONE TA 4-6001
AIR GONDITIONED EOR YOUR COMFORT
HOUSE OF BEAUTY
Master 122 Seventh Street Dial
Beaufieiam AUGUSTA, GEORGIA PA 4-5526
Opposite First Federal Savings and Loan Associatio
HOLLINGSWORTH CHEVROLET COMPANY
AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
WADDEY OFFICE SUPPLY, INC.
"COMPLETE OFFICE OUTPITTERSU
230 Sth Street Augusta, Ga.
PHONE PA 4-7727
CARBURATION 86 IGNITION
Duel Exhausts and Mufflers
HIXON INSURANCE AGENCY
108 West Spring Grove Avenue
NORTH AUGUSTA, S. C.
HERRING BROTHERS FURNITURE
1243 BROAD STREET
BODY REPAIR SHOP . . . WELDING
1205 Reynolds St.
PHONE PA 2-2749
MCKNIGHT 8. SON
1490 'Xvriglmtsboro Rd.
Phone PA 4-S208
REEVES ELECTRIC WORKS
81 SUPPLY CO., INC.
1202-8 Reynolds St.
REYNOLDS GROC. 8. SERV. STORES
Greeted Wfirh Ll Smile
NORTH AUGUSTA, S. C,
GREETINGS" DIXISICIHCI Pie 8K Doughnut Co
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT CO.
West Buena Vista Ave.
Phone TA 4-7821
NORTH AUGUSTA, SI. C.
J. H. FORD
DANIELS LINCOLN-MERCURY Co. Visiffhe
Always a good show
USTA, GEORGIA and always the best!
Gifts 'n Things
HEALTH FOOD STORE
Open 7-12 - 7 days a Week
617 Ga. Ave. TA 2-5532
CONGRATULATIGNSI May life bring happiness
and plenty of
"RED 81 JACK" OIL CO.
1804 Gordon Highway RE 64465
FOX CANDY CO.
Manufacturers 86 Jobbers
Wise Potato Chips
1442 Gwinnett PA 2-8104
CADILLAC SALES 81 SERVICE
"STANDARD or THE WORLD"
qxvflm-Q to Buy IU
JOHNSON MOTOR CO. OF GEORGIA
990 Telfair PA 3-6616
Mrs. Rose Harkins 970 Broad Street Valspar Paint 1- Auto Glass ,- Mirrors
"E.x'fl11siz'U bz11'110f0xpc'1zsivc"' C A P E R S
PAINT 86 GLASS CO.
Glrnsh 'Ia cg? J I
Q ea 9: O: ear 1436 Reynolds Street
Formerly Riverside Paint Company
THE STYLE CENTER OF AUGUSTA
W. B. CDubJ Capers Pl10n6 PA 2-0419
PHONE PA 2-4397 AUGUSTA, GA.
Conzplizzzmfs of J.
BILL JONES MOTORS RADIO and TELEVISION
1424 Broad Street Augusta, Ga.
Phone PA 2-7761 Servicing and Repairing
AUTHORIZED 1150 Ridgecrest Ave.
CHRY LER, D D E,
S O G and DART NORTH AUGUSTA, S. C.
Bill Jones Mack Stevenson PHONE TA 2-0813
'For Bakery Proflucfs at Their Fi11A6"Sf,,
DR. J. M. HAWK i
OPEN SUNDAY - CLOSED MONDAY
1209 Broad Street PA 4-2302
Phone RE 6-8308 Mrs. Nell Yearty
NELL'S BEAUTY SALON PURE all STATION
628 E. Buena V' t A .
COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE IS a Ve North Augusta
P TA 4-3987
2114 Central Ave. HONE
PICK-UP and DELIVERY
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA SERVICE
Cmplfmmfsof PEARCE YOUNG ANGEL C0-
Sehool Lunch Room
co., U Restaurants
533 Edgeheld Highway
BELVEDERE, S. C.
The Hnest in fresh, frozen, canned,
and dried foods
1002 FENWICK PA- 2-7515
TRI-STATE TRACTOR CO. TERRY'S PAINT 8m BODY WORKS
INTERNATIONAL DIESEL TRACTORS 1346 RFYNLULDS AUGUSTA
OLIVE RD. RE. 3-9441 PA, 4-4306
SIMKINS SEED COMPANY
1129 BROAD STREET PHONE PA 2-S327
SEED AND FEED
EOR EVERY NEED
WEEKS FUEL OIL COMPANY
ESSO Heating Oils and Propane Gas
Phone TA 2-5024 103 E. Buena Vista
NORTH AUGUSTA, S. C.
W E L L S G A R A G E
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRS
1456 Jones Street
Phone PA 4-1377
DR. K. W. YOST, D.D.S.
PLUMBING . . . HEATING . . .
Plumbing and Heating Supplies
PA 4-1745 PA 4-2670 RE 3-1916
AUTO ELECTRIC CO., INC.
STARTERS AND GENERATORS EXCHANGED
Owned and Operated by
Heck Boswell and Leon Williams
J. E. MUAPHEY AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 125 Sand Bar Ferry Rd. Augusta, Ga.
EDWARD B. TURNER
PRINTING COMPANY MUSIC HOUSE
John Cornelison Grady Cornelison
913-917 ELLIS ST. AUGUSTA, GA- Fine
647 Broad Street
WALKER MOTOR COMPANY
NEW Sc USED SALES SALES SERVICE NEW 8: USED TRUCK SALES
Service - Parts AUGUSTA, GEORGIA Body Repairs
Broad at 14th St. PA 2-S371 Reynolds at 14th St.
I'I. L. GREEN COMPANY
"AUGUSTA'S BUSIEST STORE"
870 Broad Street o Phone PA 4-3932
LOOK AWAY GARDENS
CRCHIDS FOR ALL CDCCASIONS
103 XV. Forest Ave.
HARISON-GULLEY CHEVROLET, INC.
S33 BROAD STREET AUGUSTA, GA.
Phone PA 4-8224
MARBUT MILLING CO., INC.
EAIRNWAY DEPENDABLE FEEDS
Box 610 Augusm, Gcorgu
PHONE PA fi-4211352
BEAUFORT AND KING
120 7111 S'mIf1f'1'
695 E. BUENA VISTA AVE.
MULHERIN LUMBER CO.
AUGUSTA BOWLING CENTER
"Bowling at ifs bc'st!"
BRUNSWICK AUTOMATIC PINSETTERS
f no pin logsj
Phone PA 2-9580 PA 2-0843
609 BROAD STREET
Frank E. Ferris
John KI. Brcdcnburg
CLOTHIE RS S HABERDASI-IERS
, 752 BROAD ST.
F. E. FERRIS 8. CO.
PAPER 81 SUPPLY COMPANY
643 BROAD ST.
GENERAL TIRE and SUPPLY
Broad at 12th Street
PHONE PA 2-6641 0 PA 2-6642
AUTOMOBILE TIRES, TUBES and BATTERIES
YY'hecI Alignment and Balancing
Fifth Ave. Shoppe
"The Shoppe All VC70nze1z Knouf'
829 BROAD STREET
VALLEY COACHES, INC.
DISTRIBUTORS OF MACK TRUCKS
RADIO CAB and YELLOW CAB
1439 GREENE STREET
Phone RE 6-8114
"HUNGRY PEOPLE LOVE US"
3008 Deans Bridge Rd. -- U.S. Highway No. 1
J- 5- SIPLE AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
ARNETT DISTRIBUTING CO. INC.
S 1413 MonteSanOAve.
1716 MARION AVE' AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
TA 2-2916 CANDY DISTRIBUTORS
Res. Phone Res. Phone
Keaslerfs RE. 6-9484 RE. 4-6081
E REST SERVICE STATION
FRIENDLY DEPENDABLE SERVICE
CLEAN, MODERN, UP-TO-DATE MOTELS
880 Edgefield Rd.
BELVEDERE, S. C.
DORRIS BROTHERS BUILDERS
Cabinets - New I-Iornes 85 Home Improvements
Shop Phone 128 Ga. Ave.
TA. 4-S969 N. Augusta, S. C.
"Try your next haircut at the
East Boundary Barber Shop"
FAMOUS BRANDS SHOES
CThe One S1 OnIyI
Ladies - Cfaildrczz - Mau
SAVE BOVQ- to 70111
877 BROAD ST. AUGUSTA, GA.
INGLET 81 CO., INC.
P.O. BOX 3425
Manufacturers of the I 85 C
completely automatic packaging
and hatch-weigh machinery
RANDALL TOMATO HOUSE
1150 Sth St. PA. 4-7751
SKINNER AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY
ALL YOUR AUTO NEEDS
1337 REYNOLDS STREET AUGUSTA, GEORGIA
CONGRATULATIONS to the 1960 graduates and all good Wishes for
success in the field they have chosen in which to carve out their careers.
In searching for a higher education We hope they will remember the fme
colleges in our Stateg if entering business or industry immediately We
hope they will find their careers here in South Carolina.
SOUTH CAROLINA ELECTRIC
AND GAS COMPANY
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The theme of this annual, 44Walk With Us Through the events which made up the year 1960 As t- .
Sarzdspursf' is but an indication of the journey taken at North Sanclspurs will be a cherished memento of th' une' goes OI? thls
Augusta High this year. We hope that every reader has enjoyed our high school life. IS excltmg perlod of
the itinerary of activities, including organizations, studies, and
athletics. This is a record of the memories, the hopes, the happy J' R? E
The Sandspurs Staff would like to show its appreciation to every-
one who has had a part in making the 760 yearbook possible.
We Acknowledge the following:
Miss Frances Todd, our loyal advisor, for all her time and eiiortg
Mr. Stillwell, our principal, for his willingness to cooperateg
The faculty for their patienceg
The businessmen, for their advertisingg
Mr. Robert Wilkinson, our photographer, who tolerantly worked for
the best possible pictures,
FOOTE 81 DAVIES, our publisherg
WRDW TV and The Star for lending us athletic pictures,
Mrs. J. Carlton Vaughn, Mrs. James Ferguson, Mrs. Penland May-
son, Mrs. Joseph Sheeham, and Mrs. Samuel Swint, who graciously
allowed us to use their homes for taking pictures,
Mr. Hammond Burkhalter for his helpfulnessg
The typists, who spent much time typing the dummyg
The student body for their faithful support.
Stiliweli, S. E.-10, 30
Brown, Mrs. Sandra M.-11, 18, 115
Bryant, Miss Sylvia-11, 19, 96, 114
Buist, Samuel J.-11, 23, 99, 124,
Clark, Miss Jean-.11, 25, 103
Commander, Miss Lurline-11, 19,
Cox, Mrs. Carolyn-11, 28, 118
Croxton, Mrs. Vivian-11, 25
Dawson, Miss Margaret-11, 21, 98
Evans, Miss Clarimonde-11, 27, 127,
Gault, Calhoun F.-11, 27, 31, 35,
Godfrey, Mrs. Elizabeth-12, 18, 37,
Grayson, Webster D.-12, 24, 101,
Greene, Miss Lois J.-12, 22
Hammond, Mrs. Marguerite--12, 21,
Hunter, Mrs. Jo Ann-12, 17, 107
Kurtz, Mrs. Rebecca-12, 22
Lawrence, Miss Nancy-12, 26, 113
Lindler, Fred B.-13, 20
Lowe, Eldon--13, 26, 100
McDonald, J. R.-28
Morrow, Miss Lenna-13, 17
Murphy, Mrs. Elizabeth-13, 16, 112
Todd, Miss Frances M.-13, 16, 119
Jones, Mrs. Sarah D.-13
Hope, Mrs. Sallie-13
Calamas, Carol-97, 115
Adams, Margaret Ann-96, 114
Adkins, Sue-97, 114
Alexander, Judy-46, 47, 107, 111,
Altoonian, John-91, 92, 106, 107,
Anderson, Judy-96, 101, 114, 129
Anderson, Sammy-33, 34, 40, 46,
47,106, 116,124, 125,127 130,
Andrews, Jimmy-32, 33, 46, 47,
Andrews, Peggy-92, 107
Arant, Nlike-46, 47
Arnett, Jimmy-29, 38, 46, 47, 107,
109, 111, 119
Arroyo, Raoul-100, 111
Austin, Dianne-92, 117 118
Ayer, Birkie-92 107, 112
Bailey, Mickey-46, 47
Baker Camilla-30, 46, 47
Ballard, Andrew-92, 116
Ballard Edward-48, 49
Bafes Nancy-114117, 118
Ba'ks, Carolyn-48 49, 118, 121
Barden, Beverly-92, 107, 112
Barton June-33. 92, 107
Battle Carol Ann-96, 115, 118
Bax'ey Judy-100, 103, 106, 114
Baxley l-.'l, C.-48 49
Baynham, Craig-96. 99, 106, 115,
Baynham Jeanette-92, 112
Baynha' Ned-92,124 130,13L
Beam, Johnny-92, 116
Beaufort, Boa-.man-99, 115
Bel David-107, 127
Bell, Jerry-25, 92, 116
Be't'ey, Rosemond-96, 114
Berry, Betty Jean-92,118, 121
Berry Brenda-48, 49
Blakely, Bill-92, 115, 125
Blanchard, Dickie-48, 49, 111, 144
Blandenburg, Fat-92, 114
Bledsoe, Teddy-100, 106
Blevins, Earl-26, 33, 48, 49, 124,
Blitchington, Barbara-28, 48, 49,
Bodie, Sammy-103, 115
Bodie, Tommy-50, 51, 124
Boland, Dick-40, 92, 107, 124
Boland, Tommy-92, 125, 133
Bolen, James-99, 115
Boone, Julia-26, 50, 51
Boyd, Johnny-36, 38, 50, 51, 106,
Boykin, Don-50, 51, 145
Bradley, Ann-50, 51, 106, 113,
Bradley, Ethel-24, 92
Bradley, George-30, 50, 51
Brakeneld, Gayle-102, 115, 119
Brewer, Catherine-97, 114
Brewer, Raymond-92, 106, 107
Bridges, Joel-102, 127
Brinkley, Bonnie-92, 112
Brinkley, Wayne-52, 53
Brooks, Pam-98, 115
Brown, Deardra-96, 114
Browne, lVlabel-96, 115
Browning, Cyrus-97, 98, 127
Bullington, Kay-92, 118
Bunch, Paul-92, 106
Bunch, Sara-98, 114
Burkhalter, Mary Lee-52, 53, 107,
Burns, Bobby-92, 112, 119, 124,
Bussey, Charlotte-52, 53, 107, 113,
120, 121, 144
Calamas, Jimmy-52, 53, 106, 111,
120, 133, 141
Calhoun, Jimmy-52, 53, 107, 109,
Callaway, Hildreth-33, 38, 52, 53,
111, 113, 114, 121, 145
Callicott, Ann-38, 52, 53, 107, 111,
Carey, Kelley-92, 97
Carter, Steve-33, 54, 55, 106, 124
Cashwell, Tommy-35, 36, 54, 55,
Caswell, Sharon-17, 38, 54, 55,
107, 108, 111, 113, 114
Christy, Kathy-113, 118
Coates, L. C.-92
Coftman, Elayne-99, 114
Cole, Tom-54, 55, 111
Connell, James-92, 134
Cook, Virginia-101, 114
Cooper, Donny-54, 55, 111, 145
Cooper, Walton-33, 54, 55, 124,
126, 130, 131, 132
Culbertson, Joyce-33, 38, 54, 55,
Culbreath, Ann-92, 106, 112, 128,
Davis, Billie Ann-56, 57, 107, 111,
Davis, Earl-56, 57
Dawson, Carol Jo-103, 118
Day, Buddy-30, 56, 57
Day, Jimmy-106, 127
Deaner, Carolyn-98, 106, 110, 114,
Dederscheck, Walter-56, 57, 111,
De Gennaro, lVlike-93, 127
Denny, Bill-93, 124
De Vine, Jerry-93, 117
De Vore, Roger-103, 115
Dickens, Galle-26, 56, 57, 113,
Dillon, Roxey-97, 101, 106, 115,
Dixon, Gary-23, 38, 56, 57
Dockins, Dean-28, 93, 118, 119
Dorris, Shirley-93, 118
Doster, Frankie-24, 33, 93, 106,
107,113, 119, 129
Douglas, Frances-38, 56, 57, 106,
Douglas, Lynn-99, 101, 114
Durden, Berry-58, 59
Durden, Walter-99, 127
Dyer, lVlartl'1a-23, 33, 91, 93, 106,
Eddins, Randy-100, 114
Edwins, Dan-33, 34, 40, 58, 59,
Golden, Donna-98, 112, 115
Golden Ronnie-62, 63, 111
Gowing, Anne-28, 96, 108, 115
Grant, Jimmy-62, 63
Gray, Buddy-100, 118
Graybill, Robin-62, 63, 107, 111
Greene, Diane-62, 63, 97, 100,
Greene, Jewell-62, 63, 107, 121
Gregory, Billy-93, 124
Griffin, Steve-16, 100, 127
Griflin, Warren-31, 41, 62, 63, 124,
126, 131, 132
Hair, lVlarCia-101, 112, 115, 119
Hall, Judy-103, 115
Hamilton, Bobby-30, 33, 62, 63,
Hamilton, Edward-64, 65, 108, 133
Hamilton, Jean-93, 112
Hamilton, Judy-16, 33, 102, 107,
Hammock, Terri Anne-93
116, 124, 126
Ellis, Donnie-97, 115, 127
Everett, Jane-99, 115
Faglie, Glenda-58, 59, 107, 111,
113, 119, 121
Fallaw, Jack-20, 33, 58, 59, 124,
125, 133, 144
Fallaw, Linda-36, 38 40, 58, 59,
107, 111, 113, 119, 139, 146
Ferguson, Donna-103, 106, 114,
Ferguson, Gerry-33, 40, 58, 59,
Firby, Nancy-60, 61, 111, 118
Flemister, Birdie-60, 61, 111, 127,
Florie, Kay-24, 33, 60, 61, 113,
Floyd, Penny-91, 93, 107 112
Folk, Dianne-60, 61, 113, 117,
118, 121, 134
Folsom Dana-93, 132
Ford, Danny-40, 60, 61, 111
Fowler, Floyd-93, 118
Fowler, Lloyd-19, 23, 93, 117, 118
Franklin, lVlartha-93, 117, 118
Freeman, Frank-60, 61
Frost, Jackie-93, 107
Gaines, Bobbye-101, 114
Gaines, Carolyn-18, 101, 114, 115
Gardner, Doris-60, 61, 107, 121
Garvin, Jerrie-19, 93, 117, 118
Barbara-96, 108, 115
Hankinson, Sandra-93, 112, 118
Hanlan, Kay--28, 64, 65, 114, 118
Hanshew, David-21, 103, 127
Hanshew, Paul-64, 65, 124, 126
Harbuck, Lynn R.-39, 93
Hardman, lVlyra--38, 64, 65, 107,
Harley, Janice-103, 114
Harper, Bill-17, 64, 65
Harper, Hilda--96, 114
Harris, Kenneth-99, 108
Harris, Lynn-96, 115, 118
Harrison, William-93, 106, 107,
Harville, Ben-33, 64, 65, 107, 127,
Haskell, Laura-18, 91, 93, 107,
112, 113, 119
Hayes, Roy-66, 67
Haywood, Jockel-30, 66, 67, 127
Haywood, Nlargit-36, 66, 67, 107,
111, 119, 147
Henslee, Jean-96, 103, 115
Hentz, Edwyn-102, 115
Herring, Joan-93, 129
Hill, J0-30, 33, 66, 67, 118
l-lites, Jo Ann-66, 67, 107, 111,
Hixon, Doug-16, 96, 98, 127
Hobbie, Faye-93, 117
Holloway, Ann-99, 114
Hooker, Scottie-93, 107
Howard, Jack-29, 93
Howe, Bill--66, 67, 125
Howell, Gayle-17, 33, 66, 67, 107,
108, 114, 120
Howie, Gayle-97, 106, 114, 117,
Huff, Curt-68, 69
Hunt, Dan-68, 69, 107, 111
Hunt, Julie-97, 115, 135
Hurlbutt, Guy-68, 69, 111, 116,
Hurst, Gayle-69, 69, 107, 111,
113, 119, 120
Hutto, Charlene-29, 68, 69, 113,
Hyer, Paul-93, 127, 132
Jeffrey, Martha-68, 69, 111, 113,
Jenkins, Chester-68, 69, 109, 133
Johnson Brenda-93, 107, 112, 113
Johnson Catherine-103, 114
Johnson, David-93, 118
Johnson Joyce-91 93, 106, 107,
108, 112, 113,119
Jones, Jackie-70, 71, 107, 114,
Jones, Lee-93, 133
Jones, Lewis-97, 131
Jones, Oscar-70, 71
Jones, Sara-33, 93, 106, 113
Jones, William-93, 118
Joy, Mike-34, 101, 127
Keane, Connie-38, 70, 71, 120
Keller, David-103, 115
Kilby, June-33, 93, 110, 112
King, Wayne-19, 70, 71
Kirkland, Ann-70, 71, 134
Koen, John-93, 107, 109, 112,
Lamar, Craig-7, 12
Lang, Cherry-102, 134
Langley, Albert-70, 71
Lawson, Joanne-98, 115
Le Blanc, James-98
Lee, Bob-38, 70, 71
Lee, Edith-96, 114
Lee, Louis-34, 91, 93, 107, 124
Leopard, Shirley-72, 73, 107, 113,
Long, Cynthia-93, 114, 115
Long, Tonya-72, 73, 107
Lowe, Richard-72, 73, 131
Lowry, Sandra-103, 114, 117
Lutz, Carolyn-40, 72, 73, 107,
111, 113, 121
Machemer, James-16, 93
Maddox, Sandra-99, 114, 129
Marshal, Melvis-93, 118
Martin, Mary-97, 115, 117
Mayson, Milbert-72, 73
Mealing, Johnny-97, 115
Metts, Laura-27, 74, 75, 113, 120
Diane-26, 74, 75
Miller, Carey-17, 21, 74, 75, 109,
Miller, James-74, 75, 111
Mitchell, Nancy-101, 115
Montgomery, Don-33, 124, 132
Montgomery, Patricia-94, 113, 118
Montgomery, Richard-29, 94
Moore, Ann-76, 77, 108, 114
Moore, Sharon-21, 24, 76, 77, 107,
113, 120, 146
Moore, Edna-22, 97, 115, 118
Moore, Faye-91, 94, 107, 112
Moorer, La Grande-98, 101, 103,
Morgan, Linda-91, 94, 106, 107,
112, 119, 129
Morris, Sandra-26, 76, 77, 113,
Morrison, Nicky-102, 114
Moseley, Marya-91, 94, 107, 118
Mullinax, Shara-94, 109
Mumford, Jimmy-33, 34, 40, 41,
76, 77, 124, 126
Murphy, Kay-102, 115
Murphy, Leslie-94, 116, 130, 131
Murphy, Mary-94, 112
McCanna, Dick-25, 97
McClain, Rusty-93, 116
McCoy, Don-98, 106, 115
McDaniel, Sabra-23, 93, 112, 113
McDonald, Ray-72, 73
McDonald, Vivian-101, 114
McElmurray, Andy-93, 133
McElmurray, Harold-40, 74, 75
McFarland, Sara-74, 75, 108, 128,
McLaurin, Carolyn-74, 75, 111,
McLaurin, Martha-16, 23, 94, 112,
Nappier, Ronaldf-94, 107, 109
Neely, Linda-33,94,114, 117
Newman, Pat-94, 113, 118
Nicholson, Jimmyf-38, 76, 77, 109,
Nipper, Dianne-433, 96, 106, 110,
Oakley, Frank-40, 76, 77, 111, 132
O'Berry, Betty-17, 33, 76, 77, 107,
110, 111, 119, 120, 145
Orr, Charlotte-73, 79, 108, 111, 113
Ouzts, Jack-91, 94, 106, 124
Overton, Rusty--21, 36, 38, 78, 79,
Parker, Carole-102, 114
Parkes, Beth-25, 94, 118
Paxton, Pat-78, 79
Payne, Buddy-99, 106, 127
Peeples, Janet-26, 94, 107, 112,
Pentecost, Elaine-78, 79, 121
Perry, Arthur-97, 108
Phillips, Bill--94, 109
Phillips, Sheila-97, 115, 117
Pierce, Wallace-94, 127, 132
Porter, Linda-28, 78, 79, 114, 118
Poteet, Phyllis-96, 114
Prather, Aloha-78, 79
Priestley, Jerry-91, 94, 124, 125,
130, 131, 132
Priestley, Rita-103, 114, 117
Quinn, Jane-78, 79, 118
Ramsey, Jack-80, 81, 107
Rape, James-80, 81
Redd, Tony-91, 94, 107, 109
Richardson, Marybeth-98, 101, 115
Rinehart, John-80, 81
Robertson, Betty-27, 80, 81, 113,
Rogers, Mary Ann-94, 108, 113
Rouck, Becky-33, 40, 94, 107
Rouse, Joyce-102, 115, 117
Ruben, Mickey--16, 98
Rucker, David-28, 33, 80, 81, 106,
118, 124, 127
Rushton, Dan-22, 103, 127
Rutland, Charles-100, 109
Samples, John-80, 81, 107, 121
Sanders, Ann-21, 31, 80, 81, 107,
108, 128, 129, 134, 141, 147
Saunders, Dot-94, 118
Schwartz, Larry-36, 38, 82, 83,
Scott, Janelle-96, 101, 114
Seymour, Ann-97, 106, 115, 117,
118, 119, 129
Shank, Marsha-97, 114
Shaw, Mary-97, 114, 115, 118
Sheridan, Kay-91, 95, 112
Sherrill, Judy-26, 82, 83
Sherrill, Virgil-101, 114
Jel'i'130, 821 831
Smart, Bill-95, 116
Smith, Billie Ann-95, 120, 129,
Smith, Howard-82, 83
Smith, Jane-98, 117
Smith, Kathie-22, 101, 115, 117
smith, Linda-96, 117
Smith, Mike-38, 99, 115, 127
Smith, Rachel-95, 118
Smith, Ruby-102, 115
Spires, Jean-103, 115
Stahl, Lloyd, Jr.-95
Stamps, Ben-82, 83
Stephens, Billy-20, 95
Stevenson, Sandra-27, 98, 115
Story, Brenda-26, 82, 83, 118
Strom, Delle-103, 117
Strom, Elaine-82, 83
Sullivan, Helen-100, 102, 115
Sullivan, Pat-99, 114
Swann, Raymond-95, 132
Symonds, Dean-98, 115
Talbert, Betty-84, 85, 107, 113,
Taylor, George-95, 106, 112, 127
Templeton, Martha-32, 33, 84, 85,
110, 111, 128, 129, 134, 142
Theus, Wyatt-38, 84, 85, 111, 121
Thompson, Brenda-16, 97, 100
Thompson, Buck-33, 84, 85, 106,
115, 116, 124, 125, 127, 132, 145
Thurmond, Betsy-40, 84, 85, 106,
114, 128, 129 C
Thurmond, Rodney-33, 84, 85, 127
Tichnell, Norman-84, 85
Turner, Becky-86, 87, 117
Turner, Jimmy-24, 95, 106
Twelkemeier, Sue-39, 86, 87, 113,
Twiggs, Alice-95, 112
Twiggs, Warren-103, 106, 115,
Tyler, Buck-23, 86, 87, 132
Ulmer, Dick--17, 33, 86, 87, 106,
Van Tassel, Jon-101, 115
Vaughn, Carleton-17, 36, 38, 86,
87, 106, 107, 119, 133, 144
Vaughn, Louise-98, 103, 112, 119
Wadford, Tessa-33, 95, 108, 119
Walden, Celeste-95, 112, 128, 129
Walden, Nita-103, 114, 129
Walker, Ann-96, 114
Walker, Jimmy-102, 127
Walker, Leila-95, 118
Walton, Bobby-95, 107
Ward, Patsy-96, 97, 106, 115,
Warren, Toby-95, 124
Watkins, John-97, 127
Watkins, Kathy-95, 107, 112
Webb, Mimi-17, 33, se, 87, 107,
111, 114, 145
Weeks, Ann-86, 87, 114, 120
Weeks, Belton-100, 115
Wells, Janice-27, 95, 118
Whatley, Robert-95, 116, 124
Whelchel, George-88, 89
vvhitiaw, Ronald-33, aa, 89, 124,
Widener, Virginia-95, 107
Wiggins, Nolan-95, 125
Williams, Gene-16, 97,101, 124
Williams, Mary Jo-95, 113, 118
Williams, Sara-33, 88, 89, 107,
Williams, Terry-16, 96, 100, 106
Willson, Marsha-88, 89, 106, 107,
108, 113, 119
Wilson, cindy-101, 106, 114
Winburn, Charles--33, 88, 89, 124,
Wyatt, Bonnie-25, 88, 89, 106,
107, 113, 118, 119
WycoH, Bette-95, 107, 108
Wyland, Deanna-95, 117
Wynn, Nell-95, 107, 112
Youngblood, Harry-102, 106, 115
Zier, llllike-33, 34, 88, 89, 106,
124, 126, 130, 131, 133, 147
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In the Hills of Carolina stands My Alma Mater fairog 1 'U ,
My. beloved North, Augusta with whom no other-can compare. M n
'Twas there that teachers lent their aid to guide my climbing steps
And taught me how to drink the cup of knowledge toits depths. g
Thy praise I sing, to North Augusta, my love abides with thee,fi 1
You have my heart's devotion, and forever amy loyalty,' U
Thy praise I sing,i North Augusta, My love abides theep
Soon the parting time will come. We must each go fa dijferentuway,
While in your walls you gave to me al gift shall keep for tyco M
My heart is bound by memory's chain within each room andyhall,
Of my noble Alma Materf- the fairest school of ,allg si A I I
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