North Fulton High School - HiWays Yearbook (Atlanta, GA)

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EUUPER HEAD OF THE SCIENCE DEPARTMENT and TEACHER OF CHEMISTRY Modesty, gentleness, yet firmness in authority, understanding and patience, all combine to make Miss Cooper one of our highly respected and beloved teachers at North Fulton High. Her interest and helpfulness in school activities from the first registration day throughout the year is unforgettable. She has seen North Fulton grow from its founding, and has aided im- ineasfirably in that growth. Knovving her has contributed much, toward a strong development for patience in journeying the road to a successful future. Wie give to her our deep admiration and dedicate to her this issue of the HI-YNIAYS. BELLE B. COOPER XVARRI-ZN T. -IAc:KsoN Principal North Fulton High School During this his hrst year as Principal ol' North Fulton High School, Mr. NVar- ren T. Jackson has established the true value of the qualities that are his-those ol' leadership, progressiveness, and ap- proachable personality. In the cooperation of his associates and in student response, there is a feeling ol' confidence in his sincerity and zeal for building a greater school. Thus he has made himself a friend to students, pa- trons, and faculty alike. YVe hail him as Friend and Leader! HDIHIIIISTRHTIUII ln September, l930, when North Ful- ton High School opened for the first time, one of the faculty was Mr. Paul D. XVest, teacher of modern languages. After serving as principal of Russell High School, southeastern director of Red Cross, and as director of Curriculum and Teacher Training of Fulton County, he was appointed to fill the unexpired term ol' the late Mr. Alere A. VVells as Superintendent ol' Fulton County Schools. The class of l9f18 welcomes him and offers congratulations. PAUL D. Mfrasr S11pf31'1'11ter1dffnt Fulton County Schools Ilww Slzulru Nunufn Isuzu. 5. 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NI-:I,I,II41 Boo'I'II Sungc :md Lights I .IUHN NIl'l'lIHlil.L, FRIQII NIc:CI.I'RI1, BILL BEACH, WAI.I.Ac:Ia HUIISIIN, NIsIsI1'I' Tooui, BOB BALCH, BILLY XVOl,I"lf Pmpcrlics . , BI-:'I"I'Y RAY WA'I'IIIsN, IXIARTHA RAND, ZNIARCIA HIIIHIARII, AIJIA VVAIIGAMAN, RIi'I"I'v ANN POXVI-YR AlE.XN1i'l"I'l'1 LILLIAN ADAMS Always ready lo help at any job. Spalding Drive, Dunwoody, Georgia, entered from Morgan Falls, September '44, Library Staff '46-'47, Srrrilzlnler Representative '46, 60-Word Shorthand Certificate '47, Semi LKJ Club '48, D.C.'l'. Club '48. llli'l"l'Y JACKSONIA .XLVILRSON Ring mi her finger, man on her mind, talks so much XIIEJS always behind. 1022 Eulalia Road, N. entered from Bolton, September '43, withdrew '45, re-entered '46, D.C.T. '47-'48. DOROTHY CANDACE AYERS KDOU Quiet, rule, and a zurmderful friend 657 Greenview Avenue, N. li., entered from Stephen F. Austin, Houston, Texas, November '44, Nutrition Aide '46-'47, PASFAV '47, Senior Ring Committee '47. ROBERT lSURDli'l'7l'lC BALCH lliollj Wake up-il's three-fifteen! 2053 Coll' View Drive, N. W., entered from Marist, September '43, Science Club '48, Red Cross '44, '46, .Xnnual Representative '45, Properties Senior Plav '48. JIZNNIE 1,t1tz BARBER ljinkyj Sl1e's get lzim-hook, line, and siiiker 1782 Howell Mill Road, entered from College Street, Hapeville, Georgia. September '44, Semi LKJ '47-'48, 60-Mlord Shorthand Certificate '47, OCA Certificate '47, H1-llhtvs Stall' '48, .Kd Club '48, CAA '48. AIAMICS I.. lS.XR'l'ON fjimmyj l"uIure-Wine, zvonzen, and a "B" model Ford. 978 li. Paces Ferry Road, N. li., entered from Carden Hills '44, Football '45, '46, Military Band '45, '46, '47, '48, President Sophomore Class '46, Air- plane Club '45, '46, Red Cross Representative '45, '46, School Orchestra '48, Student Council Representative '45, '46, Variety Show '46, '47, Swing Band '46. BILL BEACH fliillj A greal talker . . . rollerlor of Hfllillll dolls." ' 33 Mabry Road, entered from Garden Hills, September '43, Variety Show '45, junior Achievement '46, B-Team Football '45, '46, '47, Varsity Football '48, Letter '48, Srrilllzler Representative '43, Christmas Pageant '48, Prop- erties Senior Play '48. MARY ROCKYVOOD BEACH fSandyQ Crea! worker . . . especially at Emory. 4261 Club Drive, entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, Volley Ball '46, '47, '48, Softball Team '47, Ad Club '46, '47, '48, PASFAV '46, '47, Vice- President Tallulah Falls '47, '48, Rabtln Gap '46, '47, '48, Secretary '47, Presi- dent '48, Nutrition Aide '47, Srrilzhler Representative '45, '46, P.T.A. '47, Student Council '47, American Legion Speech '46, Carmen '48, Girl Reserves '45, C.A.A. '47, '48. LILLIAN COLLIER BEALI. Always loyal . . . but In which lzreylzerl l88 Peachtree Way, N. li., entered from Carden Hills, September '44, Infirmary Assistant '45, Student Council '46, Student Cabinet '48, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, Treasurer '48, Honor Society '47, '48, Vice-President '48, Senior Ring Committee '47, Nominating Committee '46, '47, President Home Room '47, PASFAV '47, C.A.A. '47, '48, Board '48, Cheerleader '47, '48, Captain '48, Hi-WAYS '48, Honor Roll ll quarters, Home lic. Fashion '48, Basketball '48, Soccer '46, '47, Manager Volleyball Team '48, YVho's Wlho '48, R.O.'l'.C. Sponsor '48, Senior Play '48, BILL BELI. Always laughing . . . usually nfilh his lzeller half, Ann. 229 Peachtree Hills Avenue, entered from Christ the King, September '44, Hi-Y '48, Srrihlller Stall' '47, '48, Ht-WAYS Stafl '48, Captain E Company '48, Science Club '48. KATILOU BENJAMIN joking and full of smiles . . . one of the friendliest girls alive. 74 Seventeenth Street, N, li., entered from O'Keefe jr. High, September '44, Red Cross Represntative '45, PASFAV '47, '48, GAA. '48, Rabtln Gap Guild '47. l'.Yl'RIClA LEA BENTON lPallyQ Always found "Pinki11g" in the Pig. 987 Mount Paron Road, N. XV., entered from Hammond School, Septetnbex '44, Red Cross Representative '45, Monitors' Club '45, '46, PASFAV '48. CI-ZORCIC WALKER BIiIl'l'lil.l. llfroggiej Making engagements for the Bucllannan Boys. Conway Road, entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, Annual Represen- tative '47, Track '47, '48, Football '48, PASFAV '47, '48, BE'l"l'Y JANE BLACKLEDCE Cute, sweet and a gotqd friend, I74 W. Wieuea Road, entered from Hammond School '43, Annual Repre- sentative '45, '48, Semi I..K..I. '46, '47, '48, D.C.'l'. Club '47, '48, JOHN ROBESON BOARDMAN Crooked politician or high military omeer. I-Intered from R. L. Hope, September '44, P.T.A. Representative '46, Rabun Cap Guild '46, Hi-Y '47, '48, PASFAV '47, Senior Play '48, R.O.T.C, Cadet Colonel '48, NELLIE NILES BOOTH Loved by everyone . . . especially Maurice. 8565 Stratford Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, Red Cross Council '47, '48, Seribbler Representative '45, Red Cross Representative '45, PASI-'AV '47, '48, Rabun Gap '46, '47, '48, Board Member of G.A,A. '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, President '48, Volleyball Team '48, Anntlal Rep- resentative '48, Co-captain '48, P.T,A. Representative '48, Secretary and Treas- urer of Senior Class '48, Student Council Representative '47, Prompter Senior Plav '48, MARGIE HARRIE'l"I'E BOYCE Sweet, quiet and funny! li. Conway Road, Rt. 10, entered from Liberty Guinn, September '43, Nutrition Aide '45, D.C,T. '48, jOANNli MADELIENE BRADY Cute, little, Winkie's shadow, l3l5 West Peachtree Street, entered from O'Keefe Jr. High, September '44, PASFAV '47, Nutrition Aide '47. THOMAS SIMS BRATTON lTomj Proved his worth in only one year, 6070 Peachtree Road, entered from St. Mary's, Cheyenne, Wyoming, Sep- tember '47, Hi-Y '48, Christmas Pageant '48, DOROTHY LOUISE BROOKS lDotj Cute and always ep the ball, Mountain Park Road, entered from Hammond, September '44, Annual Representative, Commercial Club '47, '48, Girl Reserves '46, '47, Science Club '48, RUTH EMILY BROOKS lltullziej Blonde beauty . . . loved by everyone. Mountain Park Road, Rt. I, Roswell: entered from Hammond, September '44, C.A.A, '47, '48, ROBERT S. BROWN lliolzbyj Always blamed for his namesake's doings. 368 Brentwood Drive, N. E., entered from Carden Hills, September '44, Rille Team '46, Captain R.O.T,C. '48. ROBERT L, BROWN A sightless rulnmy . . , knows his girls and is no dummy. 22l4 Peachtree Road, entered from E. Rivers, September '43, Annual Rep- resentative '45, B-Team '46, '47, Varsity '48, Track '46, MARjORIIl PEARL BROWNE lMargiej Always in the gym, 316 Peachtree Ave., N, entered from Carden Hills, September '44, G.A,A. '48, Cirl Reserves '45, Inhrmary Assistant '45, '46, Nutrition Aide '48, Science Club '48, Le Cercle Francais '48, iSElIIORS JULIA BLANCHE BURDETT ffudyj What would we do without that sweet smile? 6736 Peachtree, Dunwoody Road,Dunwoody, Ga., entered from Hammond, September '44, PASFAV '47, Annual Representative '45, '46, Softball '47, T.B. Representative '47. ELIZABETH MOUCHETTE BURKS fBettej just never get her tickled. 272 Rumson Road, N. E., entered from Garden Hills, September '44, Honor Society '47, '48, Library Stall? '45, '46, Secretary Library Staff '46, Y-Teens '47, '48, Rabun Gap Guild '48, G.A.A. '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, Science Club '48, Honor Roll 10 quarters, Infirmary Staff '45, '4G. HUBERT BURKS Believer in the seven-year plan. 334 Pharr Road, N. E., entered from Garden Hills, September '42, Swing Band '45, '46, '47, Variety Show '45, '46, '47, Christmas Pageant '47, Home Class President '45, Carmen '48, Concert Band '43, '45. CAROLYN MARJORIE CAGLE foams, Noted for pretty hair. 1842 Cheshire Bridge Road, N. E., entered from Rock Springs, September '43, Community Chest Representative '44, Red Cross Representative '45, Commercial Club '46, '47, P.T.A. Representative '46, D.C.T. '47, '48. WILLIAM ASHFORD CALDWELL fBillyl "Bashful, Billy, Butterballf' 7048 Peachtree Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, B-Football '45, Varsity '47, '48, Track Team '47, Rifie Team '46, '47. SALLY JAMES CARTER Sweet gal, full of pep and energy. 981 Eulalia Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '45, Red Cross Representative '47, Rabun Gap '48, C.A.A. '48. ANN KINGSLEY CARPENTER She loves "CoHey"! 4778 Dudley Lane, N. W., entered from Cranford High, Cranford, N. J., October '45, PASFAV '47, Rabun Cap '47, Ad Club '47, '48, Science Club '48, C.A.A. '48. ZENA DORMINEY CATE Always seen with Frazer. 46 Camden Road, entered from O'Keefe Junior High, September '44, Moni- tor '46, Scribbler Staff '46, Bangle Day Representative '47, French Play '47, Honor Society '47, '48, G.A.A. '48, Rabun Gap Guild '48, Girl Reserves '48, Library Staff '48, Le Cercle Francais '48, Honor Roll 10 quarters, Junior Achievement '46, Christmas Pageant '48, Science Club '48. FRANK BARRY CHRISTIPHINE fem-my, A model gentleman . . .studious, courteous! 2276 Virginia Place, N. E., entered from E. Rivers, September '44, Monitors' Club '45, '46, '47, '48, President '48, Junior Civitan '48, Special Chorus '45, '46, '47, '48, Band '46, '47, Captain '48, Orchestra '48, Hi-Y '48, Christmas Pageant '45, '47, '48, Scribbler Staff '47, '48, Student Council '46, Science Club '48, Secretary Science Club '48. ROBERT BENJAMIN CHURCH fBoI1j "Lady Killer" Church . . . Oh, those legs! 6090 Roswell Road, entered from Druid Hills, September '47, Chorus '48, Basketball '48. E. V. CLARKE, JR. flfleaj His heart's as big as his feet. 64 Sheridan Drive, entered from Eastern, September '44, Football B-Team '46, Football Varsity '47-'48, Chorus '45, '46, '48, Hi-Y '48, Science Club '48. SALLY CLAY Never underestimate the power qf a woman! 3301 Habersham Road, entered from E. Rivers, September '44, Red Cross Representative '45, '48, Red Cross Council '45, Scriblzler Representative '46! C.A.A. '47, '48, Christmas Pageant '45, Rabun Cap Guild '46, '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, Baseball '47, Ad Club '48, Senior Play '48. MARY MARTI-IA COI"I"l'IY lllookiej G.A.A.'s most lolyal worker. 5l20 Long Island Drive, entered from Liberty Guinn, September '433 Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46, '47, Red Cross Representative '45, G.A.A. '47, '48, Orchestra '48, Chorus '45, '46, Home lic. Fashion Show '46, '48. BOBBIE DORIS COFII-XLD linvied by all for her lzair. 3079 Howell Mill Road, N. WV., entered from Lockey junior High, Pensa- cola, Fla., Septetnber '43, Nutrition Aide '43, '44, '45, Office Staff '47, Semi L.K.J. '46, '47, Red Cross Representative '45, Seribbler Representative '46, P.'I'.A. Representative '44, D.C.'I'. '47, 60-Word Shorthand Certificate '47. KA'l'HI.IiliN jANliT COGISURN Witty, puzzling, and mighty rule! 706 Wlilson Road, N. NV., entered from Ii. Rivers, September '44, Volleyball Team '45, Home lic. lfashion Show '46, PASFAV '47. GEORGE ELVIN COLEMAN, jk. A boy 1l'lIU'S really nice to all, l1issn1ile.ture makes 'ern fall! Mt. Vernon Highway, Dunwoody, Ga., entered from Hammond, Septem- ber '44. ROBERT ALAN COLLINS Blonde bit of llasllfulness. 4l I7 Peachtree-Dunwoody Road, entered from Bass junior High, September '44, Rille Team '47, Library Staff '46, '47, Office Staff '47. HENRY TUCKICR COLLINSVVORTH Versatile Henry . , . always found in some .school activity. 526 I-1. Wesley Road, N. I-I., entered from Garden Hills, September '44, Track '47, Varsity Manager '48, Hi-Y '47, '48, Secretary '47, PASFAV '47, '48, President Home Room '48, Red Cross Council '48, Letter Club '48, Christmas Pageant '47, joseph in Pageant '48, Basketball '48, VVho's Who '48. VIRGINIA FRANCES COOPER Always "Happy" in her eashnieres! 8748 Peachtree Road, entered from R. I.. Hope, September '44, PASFAV '47, '48, G.A.A. '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '48, Rabun Gap '48, Girls' Chorus '46, Chorus Spring Concert '46. ANITA TAYLOR COYNIE But zvlzo wants to be in love with llayne-Anita? 309I Dale Drive, N. Ii., entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, Animal Representative '45, '47, Volleyball Team '48, Rabun Gap '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '48, HI-NVAYS Staff '48, Chorus '48, GAA. '48, President Le Cercle Francais '48, Manager Basketball Team '48. MARILYN RUTH COX lQueeniej How soon will I be seeing jim? ESESI5 Roswell Road, entered from R. I.. Hope, Septetnber '44, Red Gross Representative '46, Annual Representative '47, Serilzbler Stall '47, Student Council Representative '48, Nutrition Aide '48, G.A.A. '47, '48, National Honor Society '47, '48, Le Cercle Francais '48, Treasurer '48, Science Club '48, Rabun Gap Guild '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, American Legion Oratory Award '46, Hi-Wins Staff '48, Ad Club '48. MARY ANN CRAIG Smart, sweet and studious, tory' 632 Darlington Road, N, li., entered from Garden Hills, September '44, Seriblrler Stall' '46, '47, '48, Business Manager '48: Y-Teen '47, '48, Secretary '48, Library Stall '47, '48, President '48, Quill and Scroll '47, '48, Vice-President '48, National Honor Society '47, '48, PAS!-'AV '47, '48, Secretary '48, Tallulah Falls '47, '48. LAWTON DAIIGHIQRTY Good dancer . . . rllampion zvoman-gelter. 584 IC. Paces Perry Road, N. E.: entered from R. L. Hope, September '42, Hi-Y '48, Library Staff '46, '47, President Home Room '44, Junior Achieve- ment8 '45, '46, Chorus '48. RUSSELL O'NI-LIL DAVIDSON fltodj Future band leader . . . lots of confidence. l030 liast Club Lane, N. E., entered from Boys' High, September '46, Band '47. '48, Orchestra '48: Christmas Pageant '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, All-Southern Orchestra '47, Carmen '48, Special Chorus '47, '48, Variety Show '47, '48, Special Music Ensemble '47, '48, Spring Concert '47, '48, Leader Spring Concert '47, '48. SEllIllllS CAROLYN ROSE DAVIE Noted for pretty eyes. 669 E. Paces Ferry Road, entered from NAPS, September '46, Red Cross Representative '46, '47, D.C,T. '46, '47, '48. LEAH DIANE DAVIS fDustyj We see a goqd secretary. 5ll East Paces Ferry Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, Office Staff '46, '47, '48, PASFAV '46, '47, Scriblller Representative '46, Yffecns '45, '46, '47, '48, Monitors' Club '46, ALEXIS HAI, DAVISON lLuseiousl Now l16T6,S a self-composed gent! 2888 Habersham Road, entered from 0'Keefe, September '45, Annual Reps resentative '47, Hi-Y '47, Special Chorus '46, '47, '48, Oflicer '48, Christmas Pageant '46, '47, '48, Home Class President '48, Nutrition Aide '48, Honor Society president '48, Officer Military '48. SHIRLEY DAWVSON David's better half. ll East Drive, N. E., entered from E. Rivers, September '44, Infirmary Assistant '45, G.A.A. '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, Christmas Pageant '48. JOANNE SUE DHLANY "Oh, johnny, Oh, johnny, how I love you,"' 46 Delmont Drive, N. E., entered from Carden Hills, September '44, PASFAV '47, '48, Rabun Gap '46, '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, Cheerleader '47, '48 lCo-captainj, Softball '47, Basketball '47, '48, Volleyball '48, Gym Assistant '48, Chorus '46, Letter Club '47, Christmas Pageant '45, Soccer '47, Girl Reserves '45, '46, '47, G.A.A. '47, '48 tPresident '48, Board '48j. JACK DEMPSEY A way with women, it is said. Not bad! 2100 Howell Mill Road, N. W., entered from Louisville High, Louisville, Miss., September '45, President Home Rootu '47, Ad Club '48, BARBARA LEE DICKEY fSlimj What does she have we don'l? Ha ha! 72 Delmont Drive, N. E., entered from Christ the King, September '44, Scrilzbler Representative '46, P,T.A. Representative '47, PASFAV '47, Softball Team '47, G.A.A. '48, R,0,T.C. Sponsor '46, lA'ho's Who '48, EDGAR EUGENE DORSEY Here's hoping he gets that English! 271 Lindberg Drive, N. E., entered from Commerce High, Commerce, Ga., September '44, Red Cross Representative '45, Annual Representative '45, Student Council '46, Boxing Team '46, junior Achievement '47, Hi-Y '47, D.C.T. '48. KATHRYN LOUISE DUNAWAY Constant eater in third period Study Hall! 400 Peachtree-Battle Avenue, N. W., entered from E. Rivers, September '44, Tallulah Falls Circle '47, '48, Y-Teens '48, Junior Achievement '46, Bangle Day Representative '46, P,T.A. Representative '46, '48, G.A,A. '48, American Legion Speech '46, PASFAV '47. MARVIN NASH DUNHAM Fierce member of the "Brookwqod Iioys".' 311 Deering Road, N. YV., entered from Hamlet School, Hatulet, N. C.. September '45, Nominating Committee '46, '47. JAMES FRAZER DURRETT Excellent leader . . . Zena truly follows. 38 Muscogee Ave., entered from E. Rivers, September '44, Student Council '45, Annual Representative '46, Red Cross Council '47, Hi-Y '47, '48, President Hi-Y '48, junior Civitan '47, '48, President Student Body '48, Honor Roll every quarter, Science Club '48, HI-WAYS Staff '48, Who's 'Who '48, Christmas Pageant '47, '48, Honor Society '48, Othcers' Club '48, Senior Play '48. MATHEW HENDERSON ELDER fM. Hy President of Joanne D's "Fan Club." 35 Muscogee Ave., entered from Lovett's School, September '43, PASFAV '47, Varsity Football Manager '48. l'1ll.lil'1N M,Al'1 l'il'l'l'iLSHlillAlliR Fla.vh.' Il's liilrffn. 2841 Dellwood Drive, N. W., entered from li, Rivers, September '44, Volley- ball '48, Ht-Wins '48, junior Achievement '47, President '47, Y-Teens '46, '48, C..-A..-A. '47, '48, Science Club '48, PAS!-'AV '47, '48, Honor Society '47, '48. DONALD FI'I'HliRIDCli Strong, silenl lype. Oh, Don! ltlfl Roanoke Avemle, entered from li. Rivers, September '4fl. NlARCARl'1'l'l.0lllSl'X IQVINS ll'l1r1l a flllllll-Y lzztskellmll pIrzvf'r.' "i'llus1'lz'.x" Il Camden Road, N. li., entered from li. Rivers, September '44, Student Council '45, '46, '47, Nutrition Aide '48, .Annual Representative '45, '47, '48, Secretary and Treasurer ol' junior Class '47, Swimming 'l'eam '46, Soccer '46, '47,, Volleyball '47, '48, Varsity Basketball '47, '48, Letter '47, '48, .Ad Club '47, Cym .Assistant '46, '47, Nominating Committee '46, Rabun Cap Cuild '46, '47, '48, 'l'aIlulah Falls '48, Home l-Iconomics Fashion Show '46, CAA. '47, '48, Board '47, '48, Vice-President '47, Le Cerele Francais '48, French Play '47, Science Club '48, R.0.'l'.C. Sponsor '47, Cheerleader '48, HI4xA'AX'S '48, Honor Roll I0 quarters, Super Roll l quarter, Christmas Pageant '48, Carmen '48, National Honor Society '48, Who's Avho '48, Student Court '48, Senior Play, Graduation Speaker '48. JOHN 'l'YlC FliRGllSON We jnrerlict, Mr. l,l'FSillt'!1f 253 Argonne Drive, N. W., entered from l-I. Rivers, September '44, Rabun Cap '46, Hi-Y '48, Science Club '48, lil.lZ.ABl'1'l'H ANN FLOYD fliellyj Always pass ax long ax Iltereis Il book near. 2526 Dellwood Drive, entered from l-1. Rivers, September '44, War Stamp Representative '45, 'l'21lllll2ill Falls '47, '48, Scribbl1'r Representative '47, G..A.A. '47, '48, Rabun Cap '47, '48, Nominating Committee '48, P.-ASFAV '47, '48, AA'lNll"Rl'1D NA'l'Al.lli FORBICS fll"inkif'j A gal lh1ll'.x' fine. l'l'l1f'rf".r her hear!! liolnn1f'r.Sl1ine'.' l3I5 W. Peachtree St., N. li., entered from 0'Keel'e, September '44, Waste Paper Representative '45, Nutrition Aide '47, '48, 'l'allulah Falls '46, '47, '48, li..A..A. '48. CLYDE DIQARISO FOAYLICR "I Dream of You," lie sings lo Belly. 3589 Kingsboro Road, entered from R. L. Hope, September '42, re-entered September '44, Starke University, lAlontgomery, Alabama, Home Room Presi- dent '42. FILINOR RUTH FREElAIAN Quiet, S1t'l'f'l' mul full of ruriosily. 2788 North Hills Drive, N. li.: entered from Cleveland Heights High School, Cleveland, Ohio, September '47. ROBHRYI' P. FRICNCH Kliobj A Imskrllmll of fire, ZUUIIIIUI-kllll"I', and oh, so good looking! 3081 Shadowlawn Avenue, N. li., entered from Boys' High, September '47, Basketball '48, Who's AVho '48. .ANN DIXON GARNER "1"oo1.s" rusli in utlmre angels fear to tread. 368 Peachtree-Battle Ave., N. AV., entered from I-1. Rivers School, September '44, President of Home Room '46, Student Council Representative '47, Srrib- hler Representative '48, Military Sponsor '47, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, Le Cerele Francais '48, French Play '47, Rabun Gap '46, G..-A..-A. '48, DUELL CILSTRAP Oh to rhin with one arm! ll05 Moores Mill Road, entered from Bolton Srhool, September '42, HARRY LEE Gll.l5l-IRT 7Peelikyj Not gorgrl looking Dirk, nor rwl-lzratled Tom, just good ole Harry! 4462 li. Conway Road, N. NV., entered from li. Rivers, September '43, Model .Airplane Club '44, '45, Red Cross Representative '44, '46, War Stamp Repre- sentative '44, l'.'l'.,A. Representative '45. SEllIORS X.,..,.X, JOHN SENN GOODRICH "jelly john" . . . A rare attendant to rqll call. 2849 Lenox Road, N. E., entered from R. I.. Hope, September '44, Chorus '45, Rabun Gap Nacoochee '45, Srrilibler '46, Hi-Y '47, '48, Office Staff '47, 48, Christmas Pageant '47. JAMES DAVID GOODSON I personally challenge Frank Sinatra to a swoon contest. 3082 Goodwin Road, N. entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, War Stamp Representative '45, Serilnbler Representative '46, withdrew '46, ref entered September '47. ROBERT GORDON Favorite pastime, enjoying hours at the "Buckhead Recreation Room." 3597 Stratford Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, P.T.A. Representative '45, B-Team '46, Basketball '46, PASFAV '48, Science Club '48, BARBARA JOYCE GRACE Oh, her bangs look good. 626 Old Ivy Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, Rabun Gap Nacoochee Guild '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, G.A.A. '47, '48, Infirmary Assistant '48, Home Ec. Fashion Show '48, ANN GREEN There's no one sweeter knqwn, love and honor she's always shown. 3585 Ivy Road, N. entered from R. L. Hope, September '43, Red Cross Representative '44, Annual Representative '45, PASFAV '46, '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '46, '47, '48, Rabun Gap '46, '47, '48, President Home Room '47, Science Club '48, G.A.A. '47. CORAL DIANE GREENE Cute little blonde noted for everlasting energy. 108 Thornwell Drive, entered from Brookhaven '44, PASFAV '47, Library Staff '45, Monitors '46, Volleyball '47, '48, Gym Assistant '48, G.A.A. '47, '48, Rabun Gap '46. ELARAY PANI GRIGGERS Sweet and friendly, always sticking to her job. 29 Delmont Drive, N. E., entered from Garden Hills, September '44, Scrib- lrler Staff '46, '47, '48, Advertising Manager '47, PASFAV '47, Junior Achieve- ment '47, Co. President '47, Y-Teens '46, '47, '48, Christmas Pageant '47, G.A.A. '47, '48, Science Club '48. ROBERT VANN GROOVER Everyone likes him. 964 Eulalia Road, N. E., entered from R. I.. Hope, September '44, Science Club '48, Hi-Y '48. MONNA MAE HAGEN lTerryj Always has a smile for everybody. 416 Lofton Road, N. XV., entered from E. Rivers, September '44, Junior Red Cross '45, Red Cross Representative '46, PASFAV '48. PHILIP HAIWILTON Tall, dark, and oh-h-h.' 2295 Montview Drive, N. YV., entered from Huntington High, Long Island, N. Y., September '47, Varsity Football '48. HUGH CHAPMAN HALE fliitseyj All hail! That's Hugh. 574 Hascall Road, N. E., entered from Tech High, September '47. HARRIETT HALLMAN The giggle, giggle talker. 590 Martina Drive, N. E., entered from E. River, September '44, Junior Red Cross '45, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, French Play '47, Rabun Gap Nochoo- chee Guild '48, Science Club '48, G.A.A. '48, Le Cercle Francais '48, Office Staff '48. EDDIE RUTH HARDEMAN tlidj just call her "sweel." 4654 Roswell Road, entered from Liberty Guinn, September '44, P.'I'.A Representative '45, 60-Word Shorthand Certificate '47, OCA Certificate '47i Library Staff '48. LOUISE HARDEMAN Kind to all who know her. 47l7 Roswell Road, entered from Baker Village High, Columbus, Ga., Sep- tember '46, D.C.T. '48, Office Staff '48. WILLIAM CECIL HARDY lliillj Tall, blonde, bashful. 2885 North Hills Drive, N. E., entered from Fletcher, jacksonville, Fla. September '46, withdrew '47, re'entered '48, junior .Achievement '46. i JEANNE MARION HAROLD Cute girl . . . always has a car full of girls. 3563 Cantrell Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, Student Council Representative '45-'47, Seribbler Representative '46, PASFAV '47, 48, junior Achievement '46, Rabun Gap Nacoochee '47, '48, Senior Ring Com- mittee '47, G.A.A. '48, Basketball '47, Ad Club '48. BARBARA ANN HARRI-1I.I.tPiggyj Most unselfisll, though not so smart, slze's a darlin' true "Sweetheart" l69 Peachtree Hills Ave., N. E., entered from E. Rivers, September '44, Volleyball '48, Varsity Basketball '47, '48, Christmas Pageant '45, '46, '47, '48, Scribbler Representative '47, Mixed Chorus '45, '46, '47, '48, G.A.A. '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, Rabun Gap Nacoochee Guild '45, '46, '47, '48, French Play '47, P.'l'.A. Representative '45, Chorus Spring Concert '45, '46, '47, '48, Variety Show '45, '46, '47, Carmen '48, Secretary Le Cercle Francais '48, Who's VVh0 '48, Special Mixed Ensemble '45, '47. MARILYN DOLORES HENDLEY lliootsiej This lil' gal is mighty sweet, rute and blonde and always neat. 200 Bolling Road. N. entered from Garden Hills, September '43, Cheer- leader '46, '47, '48, PASI-'AV '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, Rabun Gap '47, '48. MARGARET LUCILLE HENNESSEE fMaggiej Anyone got a cigarette? 3195 W. Shadowlawn Ave., N. E., entered from R. I.. Hope, September '44, P.T.A. Representative '46, PASFAV '47, '48, G.A.A. '47, '48, Rabun Gap Nacoochee '48. MARTHA JEAN HENSON Ueaniej Small, cut, original. 2244 Virginia Place, N. Ii., entered from Mount de Sales Academy, Macon, Ga., September '46, Red Cross '46, '47, '48, HAROLD NELSON HILL Sllldilhlli? . . . hut sure. 725 Greenview Ave., N, E., entered from Boys' High, September '47. NANCY HOBBS Added atlrartion to N. F. Different, sweet, won many hearts! 1917 Ardmore Road, N. VV., entered from Classen Senior High School, Oklahoma City, Okla., September '47, Red Cross Representative '48, Hi-Wixvs Staff '48, Christmas Pageant '48, R.O.T.C. Sponsor '48, Ad Club '48. ALFRED S. HOLBROOK, JR. flfhoo Clzooj Spends time trying not to graduate . . , well liked by all. Sandy Springs, Ga., entered from Hammond, September '44, Defense Stamp Representative '45, Red Cross Representative '46, President Home Room '47, C-Team Football '46, B-Team Football '47, Varsity Football '48. ALICE MIRIAM HOLDER Nice. polite, pretty hair. 78 l-'ifth Street, N. W., entered from Bainbridge High, Bainbridge, Ga., September '47, Y-Teen Club '48. SEIIIORS EMMETT WVILLIAM HOLLEY lH0lleyj Gqod library worker. 309 Peachtree Avenue, N. E., entered from Garden Hills, September '42, D.C.T. '48. DAVIS CLARK HOLSENBECK Need we say more? 2852 Piedmont Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '43, Red Cross Representative '45, D.C.T. Club '48. HENRY MELVIN HOPE lHankiej Where there's life, tl1ere's Hope. 483 Montgomery Ferry Drive, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, PASFAV '47, '48, Hi-Y '48, Science Club '48, Red Cross '45, HELEN HAWVKINS HOPKINS Take beauty, add wit, and personality galore. 17 VVest .Andrews Drive, N. W., entered from E. Rivers, September '43, Home Ee. Fashion Show '43, Infirmary Assistant '44, '47, '48, Swimming 'I'eam '46, Tallulah Falls '46, Red Cross Representative '46. MARY ANN HOPKINS lhlernj In and out of everything . . . partirularly school. I7 West Andrews Drive, N. W., entered from Rivers, September '44, Annual Representative '45, '46, Swimming Team '46, Rabun Gap '46, '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48: Fashion Show '48, Who's Mlho '48. MARCIA GENE HUBBARD Sweet is the word. 95 Delmont Drive, N. E., entered from No. 70, Indianapolis, Ind., September '44, Y-Teens '45, '46, '47, Defense Stamp Representative '45, Home Room President '46, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, Rabun Gap '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, Choral Concert '47, Intramural Basketball '47, G.A.A. '48, Christmas Pageant '47, Special Chorus '47, '48, National Honor Society '48, Properties Senior Play '48. RUTH ALLEN ICENOGLE Wonderful all 'round girl. 134 Terrace Drive, N. E., entered from Rivers, September '44, Library Staff '45, President Home Room '45, P.'l'.A. Representative '47, Srrilzbler Representative '48, Scril1l1lerStail '48, G.A.A. 4'8, PASFAV '48, Chorus '47. HENRY R. JACKSON "Friendly Henry" is looking for a sweetheart. 2986 Howell Mill Road, entered from Boys' High, September '47. BETTY LAURIE JINKS ljinksj "Full of fun and fancy free." 2750 Cheshire Bridge Road, entered from R. I.. Hope, September '43, Nutrition Aide '46, PASFAV '47, Tallulah Falls '47, Srrilzhler Representative '45, G.A.A. '47, '48. BARBARA ANN JON ES We predict a female Arthur Murray. 2775 Atwood Road, entered from Garden Hills, September '44, Rabun Gap Guild '46, '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, GAA. '47, '48, Tuberculosis Drive Rep- resentative '47. MARY LOIS JONES - "Slim" worked hard at chemistry. 2892 Grandview Avenue, N. entered from Garden Hills, September '44, Y-Teens '46, '47, '48, Monitors' Club '46, Junior Achievement '47, G.A.A. '47, '48, Library Staff '48, Science Club '48, Junior .Achievement '48. MARION ANDERSON JONES, JR. Tall, thin man, nice to know. 3711 Ivy Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, Science Club '48, Hi-Y '48. ROBERT Ml'I'CHliLl. IIORDON lliolzj Coorl, likalfle fellow. ltltl Highland Drive, N. E., entered from Tech High, january '47. AIOE ,xt1oUs'I' K.XHLER'l', jk. qxasfp ".'Vo.se" knows. 2595 Brookwood Drive, entered from Carden Hills, September '43, Band '46, '47, C Team Football '46, Track Manager '47, Hi-Y '46, Nutrition Aide '46, Christmas Pageant '46, Anmlal Representative '48. CLYDIQ MARION KICNNFIDY lll Little and culc, and .mrarl lo bool. 482 Pinetree Drive, N. li., entered from Carden Hills, September '44, XVar Stamp Representative '45, Monitor '46, PASl".XV '45, junior Civitan '47, '48, Secretary and Treasurer '48, Hi-Y '47, '48, V.APresident '48, Track '47, Na- tional Honor Society '47, '48, Science Club '48, President '48, President Home Room '48, Honor Roll all quarters, Super Honor Roll ll quarters, Who's Who '48, Parliamentarian Honor Society '48, Christmas Pageant '48, Officers' Club '48, Secretary '48, Annual Stall' '48, Senior Play '48, Graduation Speaker '48. BARBARA ANN KIRK To know her is lo love her. Route No. I, Dunwoody, entered from Hatmnond School, September '44, War Stamp Representative '45, President Home Room '46, Library Staff '47, 60-Word Shorthand Certilicate '47, OCA Certilicate '47, Semi LKJ '48, Student Council '48, D.C.'I'. '48. -I.-XMliS XVlLlilAlNl KOONTZ Prellv, curly hair. 4072 N. Ivy Road, entered from Morgan Park High, Chicago, Ill., Septetn- ber '47, Science Club '48, Motion Picture Operator '48. CLADYS C,X'l'HliRINE LAMB Really 1vm'k.r llarrl for Wesley. E573 Argonne Drive, N. W., entered from li. Rivers, September '44, Library Stall' '45, 'lallulah Falls '47, '48, Rabun Cap Nacoochee Guild '46, '47, '48, Christmas Pageant '46, '47, '48, Variety Show '46, P.'1'.A. Representative '47, Y-Teens '47, '48, French Play '47, Science Club '48, Carmen '48, G.A.A. '48, Ad Club '48, Le Cercle Francais '48, Honor Society '48. .IFLRRY S'l'ANl.liY l..XMBl'1R'l' lliublzerj Popular, le'ar11'r, always able . . . rloggqne rltangeable 386 I-Iascall Road, N. W., entered from Carden Hills, September '44, Presi- dent Home Room '44, '48, Student Council '47, B 'l'eam '47, PASFAV '47, '48, Varsity Football '48, President Senior Class '48, Who's Mlho '48, Senior Play '48, Ad Club '48, Christmas Pageant '48. RALPH LJXNCFORD Nolerl for slrengtlt ana' "ll1at look." 2l7l Fairhaven Circle, entered from li. Rivers, September '44, B Team Football '46, Varsity Football '47, '48, Letter Club '47, '48, Alternate Captain Football '48, Red Cross Representative '48, Annual Representative '46 DOROTHY .XNNF Ll-IAMON llmcj llf're"s a gal alzuavs szueel. Slll"1S the kind fltat's hard I0 beat. l4l W. Wieuca Road, N. W., entered lrom Whittier junior High, Flint, Mich., September '45, Annual Representative '45, Semi LKJ '47, '48, Softball Team '47, junior Achievement '47, 604Word Shorthand Certificate '47, C..X.A. '48. YVANDA LARUIE Llili llilondiej Works hard, frienrl I0 all. Morgan Falls Road, Dunwoody, Ca., entered from Morgan Falls, September '44, Library Stall' '46, Red Cross Representative '45, '46, '47, Red Cross Coun- cil '46, 60-VVord Shorthand Certilicate '47, Setni LK-I '48, D.C."l'. '48, FRANK Hl'1RBl-1R'l' LICWIS, jk. flluniorj FHIIIUILY lfrericlt Horn player of the future. Greenland Road, N. li., entered from Boys' High, September '47, Science Club '48, Orchestra '48, Band '48. NANCY JEAN LEYVIS One of the lies! girls known. 3902 Piedmont Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, Library Staff '48, Rabun Cap '48, French Play '47, C.A.A. '47, '48, Le Cercle Francais '48. --'-SEIIIURS BETTY LUCILE LINDLER Cute, likable, gullible. 90 Mt. Paran Road, entered from Hoke Smith, February '44, Red Cross '45, '48, Semi LKJ Club, D.C.T. '48, Softball Team '47, Volleyball Team '46, 60, 80 and 100-Word Shorthand Certificate '46, '47. BARBARA MADGE LLOYD A real goqd-lookin' gal and oh, that mr! 521 Peachtree-Battle Ave., N. W., entered from E. Rivers, September '44, PASFAV '46, '47, G.A.A. '46, '47. GERALDINE ELIZABETH LOVVRY lllerriej Cute, dependable gal. 1950 Howell Mill Road, N. W., entered from E. P. Howell, September '44, Semi LKJ '47, '48, 60-Word Shorthand Certificate '47, Oflicial Gregg Artists Certificate '47, G.A.A. '48, Ad Club '48. MARJORIE ANNE LAURA MABRY lMargiej Ready to help any and everybody. 1 Lakeshore Circle, N. E., entered from Rock Springs '48, G.A.A. '48, Bowl- ing Team '48, Annual Representative '45, Varsity Volleyball '47, '48, Office Staff '47, '48, Commercial Club '48, Baseball '47, '48, Rifle Team '47, '48, Soccer '47, '48. JULIUS 0'NEIL MACKEY, JR. fSnowHakej Is he really gentlemanly? We think so. 2426 YVoodward Way, N. W., entered from E. Rivers, September '44, P.T.A. Representative '46, '48, Red Cross Representative '46, Annual Representative '48, Hi-Y Club '48, HI-WVAYS Staff '48, Officers' Club '47, Nutrition Aide '46, junior Civitan '47, '48, YVh0's Who '48. JANICE MALSBERGER ljanj Could make fortune from taxi service. 559 East Wesley Road, N. E., entered from Leon High, Tallahassee, Fla., September '45, Home Room President '47, G.A.A. Board '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '48, Rabun Gap '48. ANN JOSEPHINE MALTBY fnenyp Cute, silly, lots of fun. 2229 Fairhaven Circle, entered from E. Rivers, September '44, P.T.A. Rep- resentative '48, Red Cross Representative '47, '48, Council '48, Annual Rep- resentative '45, Girl Reserves '45, '46, PASFAV '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '48, G.A.A. '48. BERNARD CARL MALTBY fliarneyj Oh-h-h, those shoulders, and that girl! 2229 Fairhaven Circle, entered from E. Rivers, September '43, Football '44, '45, '46, '47, '48, Student Council Representative '44, '45, Red Cross Repre- sentative '44, '45, Scribbler Representative '46, '48, Music Festival '43, '44. HARVEY BLOUNT MANN liashful, but what a "man".' 3163 Habersham Road, N. W., entered from E. Rivers, September '43, Scribbler Representative '46, PASFAV '47, withdrew January '48. CLAUDE EDWARD MARSH III Backbone of chorus. 2163 McKinley Road, N, W., entered from E. Rivers, September '44, Chorus '45, Special '46, '47, '48, Treasurer of Chorus '47, Vice-President '48, Christmas Pageant '45, '46, '47, Carmen '48, Variety Show '45, '46, '47, Hi-Y '48, Science Club '48, Red Cross Representative '46. ROSE WII,LENE MARSH flllilliej Envied for low, enthralling voice. I 278 Mackenzie Drive, N. E., entered from Columbus School, Columbus, Ca., September '45, Scribbler Staff '48. PATSY MATHEWNS Sweet, loyal, full of dry wit. 3261 Peachtree Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, War Stamp Representative '45, Volleyball '48, Nominating Committee '46, '47, Honor Roll 10 quarters, Y-Teens '45, HI-VVAYS '48, PASFAV '47, G.A.A. '47, '48. DALE ELIZABETH MAYBRIER Ambition . . . to be an actress. 3533 Roxboro Road, N. entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, Chorus '45, '48, Y-Teens '47, PASFAV '47, '48, Christmas Pageant '47, C.A.A. '48. JOE M. MAYO How many biscuits can you eat? 3095 Dale Drive, N. E., entered from Carden Hills, September '44, Student Council '44, Track '47, Science Club '48, Model Airplane Club '44. MARION ISABEL MCBATH "Will someone give me a ride?" 3588 N. Stratford Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '43, Student Council '44, Annual Representative '45, '46, '47, Semi L.K.j. Club '46, '47, '48, Rabun Cap Guild '45, '48, Y-Teens '48. , FREDERICK DALE MCCLURE llfrerldyj What amorous eyes! 3995 New Marietta Highway, entered from Canton High, September '46, Science Club '48, Projector Operator '48, Lab .Assistant '48, Stage Manager Senior Play '-18. PRESTON JAM ES MCCORMACK lSprqgj One of the boys. 242 Kinsey Court, N. E., entered from Tech High, September '47, Football B Team '48. SUZANNE MCCOWEN Personality plus, oh-h, what jqkesl 2184 Peachtree Road, entered from E. Rivers '44, Scribbler Representative '44, Honor Roll 4 quarters '44, Library Staff '48, Scribbler '48, Y-Teen '48, Rabun Cap '47, '48, Junior Achievement '47, PASFAV '47, '48, G.A.A. '47, '48, Honor Society '48, Senior Play '48. NANCY HARDY MCCROREY "Guess whq I got a letter from?" 920 Old Ivy Road, entered from E. Rivers, September '44, Basketball '47, '48, Rabun Cap '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '48, Red Cross Rep- resentative, Red Cross Stall' '45, Special Chorus '45, '47, '48, Christmas Pag- eant '47, Spring Concert '45, '47, Manager Volleyball '48, G.A.A. '47, '48. MARILYN VICTORIA MCNAUCHTON lVickyj Cute personality. Best friend Tyrone Power. 396 Whitmore Drive, N. W., entered from E. Rivers School, September '44, PASFAV '47, '48, Special Chorus '46, '47, '48, Library Staff '45, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, Rabun Cap '47, '48, P.T.A. Representative '45, '48, junior Achieve- ment '45. HOYT RENIER MCPHERSON "Funny-fare" is always good for a laugh. 3263 West Shadowlawn Ave., N. Ml., entered from Marist, September '47, D.C.T. '47, '48, HAZEL LEONA MEISTER ffiottonj Long, blonde hair. 3226 Mathieson Drive, N. entered from Garden Hills, September '43, Annual Representative '45, Semi L.K.J. '45, '47, '48, D.C.T. '48, President Semi I,.K.j. '48, 60-VVord Shorthand Certificate '47, ELIZABETH W'YNEI,I,E MELSON Nervous personality, cute. 2793 Peachtree Road, N. entered from Carden Hills, September '44, Y-Teens '47, Serilzbler Stall '47, Special Chorus '48, PASFAV '48, Christmas Pageant '47. ERICA ELIZABETH MEYER Everyone loves and 'lUf'lt707ll8S her. 630 Darlington Circle, N. E., entered from O'Keefe High, September '44, Defense Stamp Representative '45, Monitors' Club '46, '47, '48, Srrilzbler Stall '46, '47, Circulation Manager '48, junior Achievement '46, '47, '48, Rabun Cap '47, '48, Y-Teens '48, Library Stall '48, -SEIIIURS YVONNE MARGUERITE MICHEL "Teeny's" shadow or vice versa! 142 Mobile Ave., N. E., entered from E. Rivers, September '44, G.A.A. '47- '48, Girl Reserves '45, PASFAV '47-'48. LOYCE ELIZABETH MILES Angel Face . . . envied fair that beautiful blonde hair. 3118 Lenox Road, entered from R. L. Hope, September '45, withdrew to Crossnore, N. C., re-entered September '47, Girl Reserves '45, Y-Teens '48, Orchestra '45, Special Chorus '47-'48, G.A.A. '48, Science Club '48, PASFAV '47, Christmas Pageant '45-'47, American Legion Oratory Second Award '48, Honor Society '48. JIMMY KEY MITCHELL But of course! A chemistry professor. Osborne Road, entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, Military Band '473 Orchestra '48, Le Cercle Francais '48, Projector Operator '48. JOHN OLIVER MITCHELL 0 that Oldsmobile. 177 Rumson Road, entered from Garden Hills, September '43, Motion Pic- ture Operator '48, Stage Manager Christmas Pageant '47, Stage Manager Carmen '48, Public Address Operator '48. THOMAS MOEHRKE lMerkj Miss Yeargan really makes him work. 16 Arc Way, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '43, withdrew '45, re-entered '46, Captain Football B Team '48. FLORENCE MONROE fFlossiej Loves cottage cheese and lettuce but especially Hugh. 87 Peachtree Battle Ave., entered from E. Rivers, September '44, Rabun Cap Guild '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '48, PASFAV '47, C.A.A. '48. MARJORIE JANE MOORE How can one gal he so sweet? 3483 N. Stratford Road, entered from R. L, Hope, September '44, President Home Room '45, Annual Representative '46, Rabuu Cap Nacoochee '46, '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, CA..-X. '48. CLARA JEANNE MORRIS Bound to be a Georgia beauty queen. 508 Brentwood Drive, N. E., entered from Murphy Junior High, January '45, Red Cross Representative '45, Volley Ball '46, Scribbler '47, Assistant Cir- culation Manager '48, P.T.A. Representative '47, Senior Ring Committee '47, Basketball '47, PASFAV '47, Vice-President '48, Tallulah Falls '47, Secretary '48, G.A.A. '47, '48, Volleyball '48, Atlanta High School Press Association '48. ERNESTINE MORRIS Always dependable, pretty, and sweet! 165 W. Wieuca Road, entered from Liberty Cuinn, September '43, Semi- LKJ '47, '48, D.C.T. '47, '48, Secretary '48, P.T.A. Representative '47, Christ- mas Pageant '48. JAMES WILLIAM NATION flllllillyj Envied for his eyes. 2874 Elliott Circle, N. E., entered from Acworth High, September '45, D.C.T. '48. DOROTHY NEWTON fDotj ' Envied for her curly hair. 369 Pinetree Drive, N. E., entered from Garden Hills, September '44, Tal- lulah Falls '47, '48, Rabun Cap '48, G.A.A. '48. ROBERT EDGAR NICHOLS lliobj if Gleefulgleam is known to all. I 1070 East Club Lane, lN. E., entered from Central High, Nashville, Tenn., September '47. BERYL CHEDSEY NII.I.lCl1e1ld.vj Understanding friend. fl5l Deering Road, AV., entered from Biloxi High, Biloxi, Miss, Septem- er '45, Monitor '46, French Play '47, Student Council '48, Serilzbler Staff '48, G.A.A. 48. ROSLYN KERNDRICK NIX llfosyj Wild Irish "Rosie." I46 leachtree AA'ay, N. E., entered from Garden Hills, September '44, re- entered from Orlando High, Orlando, Fla., September '46, Varsity Basketball '47, '48, Volleyball '48, Letter '47, Softball '47, Soccer '47, G.A.A. '47, '48, Ralmn Gap '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '48. r MARJORIE ROBERTA ODOM Smart as a whip and friendly as fan be. 207 Springdale Drive, N, W., entered from Evan P. Howell, September '44, Volleyball '46, '48, Student Council '46, '47, Serilzlzler Staff '46, '47, '48, Nomi- nating Committee '46, '47, Commercial Club '47, '48, R.0.T.C. Sponsor '47, tL.A.A. '47, '48, Ad Club '48, 60-AVord Shorthand Certificate '47, Field Day '47. HARRY LAVERNE ORR Keeps you in slilrllesl 2894 North Hills Drive, N. E., entered from Garden Hills, September '43, junior Achievement '46, '47, '48, President junior Achievement '47, '48. EVELYN XVOOD OYVEN Future Concert rellisl. 2776 Alpine Road, N. E., entered from Woodlawn High, Birmingham, Ala., September '45, Swimming Team '46, G.A.A. '48, Y-Teens '47, '48, Rabnn Gap '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, l.ibrary Staff '47, Monitor '46, '47, '48, Srrilllzler '46, '47, '48, Quill and Scroll '47, '48, President '48, -junior Achievement '46, Nutrition Aide '48, Orchestra '46, '47. '48, Vice President '47, '48, Christmas Pageant '46, '47, Variety Show '46, '47, Music Festival '47, one plus rating, William Ritter Music Medal '47, String Trio '47, Honor Roll every quarter, Honor Society '47, '48, Carmen '48, Secretary Y-Teens '48, Home Ee. Fashion Show '46. JAMES CULLEY PEARSON fhllllllllyl Swell presidenl of lunior Arllierfenleni. 4l6 E. Paces lferry Road, entered from R. I.. Hope, September '44, Srrilzlrler Representative '45, Annual Representative '45, '46, Monitor '46, '47, Hi-Y '47, '48, Treasurer Hi-Y '48, Junior Civitan '48, Varsity Football Manager '48, Science Club '48, Vice-President Science Club '48, Letter Club '48, SAMIIEI. ROBERT PEDDICORD Alias "Sam Slip." 3143 Peachtree Drive, N. E.: entered from G.M.A., September '47, Mixed Chorus '48, RICHARD IV. PENN llliekl The pen is nlighlier than lhe suvord. I24 Peachtree-Memorial Drive, N. AV., entered from G.M.A., September '46, lli-Y '48, VONCILE CHRISTINE PINYAN Blessings innumerallle . . . rurly hair! 3940 Peachtree-Dunwoody Road, entered from R. L. Hope, September '43, Nutrition Aide '44, '45, Srriblller Representative '45, P.'I'.A. '46, D.C.'l'. '47, '48, GEORGE MERCER POOLE fPongaj "Pongo" gels around. 899 NVest lVesley Road, Entered from E. Rivers, September '44, Red Cross Representative '46, '47, P.'I'.A. Representative '48, Senior Class Nominating Committee '48, B Team Football '47, Ii Team Letter Club '47, PASFAV '47, '48, Nutrition Aide '46, '47, '48, Hi-Y '48, Cheerleader '48, Christmas Pag- eant '48, BETTY ANNE POXVER Where would the annual ads he 1l'illlU1ll her? 4950 Jett Road, N. E., entered from Bass junior High, September '44, Ad Club '45, '46,' '47, '48, Softball Team '47, Volleyball Team '48, G.A.A. '47, '48, S4-rilrlmlm' Staff '46, '47, '48, Advertising Manager HI-YVArs '48, Quill and Stroll '47, '48, Advertising Manager Srrilzlaler '48, National Honor Society '47, '48, PAS!-'KV '17 '48' Y Teens '47 '18' Su xr Honor Roll one 1 uarler' Honor Roll ll quarters, Properties Senior Play"-18. MARY PAYE PRITI-l'I"I' Cute, sweet. Fazforite pastime flirting. 2265 Fairhaven Circle, entered from E. Rivers, September '44, Girl Reserves '45, GAA. '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, SElII0llS MARTHA ANN PRUITT To have hair like hers! 714 Moores Mill Road, entered from Evan P. Howell, September '44, Semi- LKJ Club '47, '48, 60-YVord Shorthand Certificate '47, G.A.A. '48. ROBERT GRADY PRUITT, JR. fliedj Famous future photographer. 7 Pine Circle, Apt. E., N. E., entered from Boys' High, September '47. SAMUEL CLIFFORD RAINEY A hankerer fqr Macon. 609 Vloodward M'ay, entered from Fortier High, New Orleans, La., Septem- ber '46, Science Club '48, Officers' Club '48, Track '47, Senior Nominating Committee '48. MARTHA CORNELL RAND Good gal to have around. 135 Lakeview Ave., N. E., entered from E. Rivers, September '44, Volleyball '48, Rabun Gap '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, G.A.A. '47, '48, Home Ec. Fashion Show '48, Ad Club '48, Basketball '48, Properties Senior Play '48. MARY KAY RANDALL Tommyfs ladylike gal. 137 Bolling Road, N. E., entered from R. I.. Hope, September '43, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, Rabun Cap '47, '48, Red Cross Representative '45, PASFAV '47. '48, Nutrition Aide '46, G.A.A. '48, Who's Who '48. LOIS JUANITA RARY A willing worker. 1504 Howell Mill Road, N. VV., entered from Evan P. Howell, September '44, Volleyball Team '47, '48, Semi-LKJ '47, '48, 60-Mlord Shorthand Cer- tificate '47. JAMES D. VVITT REAGAN rSlickj O them "golden gloves".' 381 Peachtree Ave., N. E., entered from Garden Hills, September '43, B-Team Football '45, '46, D.C.T. '47, '48, President D.C.T. '47, '48, Senior Ring Committee '48, Seribbler Representative '45, Ollicers' Club '46. ESTELLE REECE Admirallle attitude. 3116 Howell Mill Road, entered from Bolton School, September '44, Com- mercial Club '47, '48, Senior Ring Committee '48. MAY EVA REID Most treasured possession Ix'enny.' 2411 Dellwood Drive, entered from E. Rivers, September '44, Home Room President '45, '46, '47, Special Chorus '45, Variety Show '45, Christmas Pag- eant '45, Student Council '45, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, Serilzbler Representative '48, Ad Club '47, G.A.A. '48, H1-WAYS Staff '48. THOMAS HENRY RENTZ, Ju. lTeddyj A really good guy. 119 Ridgeland Way, N. E., entered from O'Keefc, September '43, Varsity Football '44, '45, '47, '48, Football Letter '45, '47, '48, C-Team Coach '45, All-City Football '46, Captain Football '48, Track '44, '45, '47, Track Letter '44, '45, '47, Captain Track '47, Swimming Team '44, Constitution Honor Athlete '46, '47, Basketball Manager '47, Letter Club '44, '45, '46, '47, Annual Representative '44, Scribbler Representative '45, Nutrition Aide '47, '48, All Greater Atlanta '47, All N.G.1.C. Fall '47, All-City Fall '47, Most Valuable Grid Player '47, Basketball Manager '48, Who's WVho '48. ROBERT GEORGE RILEY, JR. fliollj Oh, so Iadylike. 379 Lofton Road, N, W., entered from Alfred I. DuPort, jacksonville, Fla., March '44, B-Team Football '44, '45, Special Chorus '47, '48, Oflicers' Club '47, Labatory Assistant '48. BEVERLY ANN ROBBINS llievj Slze's got the ring! 571 Roxhoro Road, N. E., entered from Durham High, Durham, N. C., January '46, Orchestra '46, '48, String Ensemble '47, Treasurer String En- semble '47, Ad Club '47. PULL ASBURY ROBERTSON Iinzfied for alert mindl?j. 936 VV. lVesley Road, entered from E. Rivers, Septelnber '44, PASFAV '47, Nutrition Aide '47. JOHN ROBERTSON Uolmnyj Noted for his eashmeres. 3594 Kingsboro Road, entered from R. I.. Hope, September '44, Special Chorus '45, '47, '48, Variety Show '45, Christmas Pageant '45, FORREST EDWARD ROSEBERRY nlflfyllllf to say!" ' 31110 W'ieuca Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '43, B Team '46, '47, Varsity '48, Christmas Pageant '47, junior Civitan '46, VANCE EVELYN ROSS Whereas others smile, Vance giggles. 1200 Mt. Vernon Road, entered from R. I.. Hope, September '45, Orchestra '45, '46, String Ensemble '47, Secretary '47. J.-xc:Q1na1.vN SACHS fllackiej What depth of voice! 721 E. Paces Ferry Road, N. E., entered from Commercial High, Septem- ber '47, DON RICHARD SCARBROUGH Courtesy, thy name is Dqn! 2648 Forrest VVay, N. 1-I., entered from VVilliam .-X. Bass, September '44, 1'ASFAV '47, Hi-Y '48, Science Club '48. HUCH EDWARD SELF lBuzzyj True to him "Self." 415 E. Paces Ferry, entered from Hammond, September '43, D.C.T. '47, '48, Srrilzbler Representative '44. WILLIAM P. SEWELL fliillj Will he ever get a girl? Sandy Springs, entered from Hammond '43, B-Team Football '46, '47, Red Cross Representative '46, Christmas Pageant '47. BE'l"1'Y A. SH.-XXV linrfied for her frienrlliness. 611 C. Shore Drive, Marietta, Ga., entered from Marietta High, October '47, D.C.'l'. '48. BOBBY SERRENE SIKES Those wicked looks! 954 Stovall Blvd., N. E., entered from Western High School, Washington, D. C., October '47, C..-XA. '48, Volleyball '48, Scrilllller '48, Basketball '48. J.-lCQllEl.YN REESE SIMMONS fjarkiej Friemlly, but 'IDU'-Illtf Cow! 819 NVildwood Road, entered from Garden Hills, September '44, Red Cross Representative '47, Srrilzlller Representative '45, '46, Rabun Cap Nacoochee Guild '47, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, Cirl Reserves '45, PASFAV '47, '48, C.A.A. '47, '48. M.-XRJORIE ANN SIMPSON Our popular Ann has peruliar liking for "Ham." 3062 Peachtree Drive, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, Soccer '47, Volleyball '48, Basketball '47, '48, Basketball Letter '47, '48, G.A.A. '47, '48, Student Council Cabinet '47, '48, Secretary '47, Scribbler Representa- tive '47, junior Nominating Committee '47, Home Ee. Fashion Show '46, Science Club '48, PASFAV '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, Rabun Gap '47, '48, Vice-President '48, Honor Roll 10 quarters, Honor Society '47, '48, Recording Secretary '48, Editor HI-WAvs '48, Carmen '48, Christmas Pageant '48, Cheer- leader '48, lVho's Who '48. -ll--SEIIIUHS BETTY JEAN SIMS Her friends are legion, 359 E. Paces Ferry Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, 60-VVord Shorthand Certificate '47, Commercial Club '47, '48, Red Cross Rep- resentative '46, '47, P.T.A. Representative '46. BETTY MARGARET SMITH Could men lie an fllllllififvl? 575 Cresthill Ave., N. E., entered from Anderson College, Anderson, S. C.. lanuary '46, Special Chorus '46, '47, Variety Show '47, Christmas Pageant '47, Le Ccrcle Francais '48, French Play '47, CAA. '47, '48, Rabun Cap '46, '48. HELEN ROSS SMITH Though an ordinary name, an unusual girl. l45 Brighton Road, N. E., entered from E. Rivers. September '44, Annual Representative '46, Rabun Gap '46, '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, Cafeteria Assistant '48, Tallulah Falls '48, G.A.A. '47, '48, MYRNA jEAN SMITH jeanie with the lleauliful red hair. 3651 Kingsboro Road, N. E., entered from R. I.. Hope, September '44, Girls' Circle, Tallulah Falls '48, Student Council Representative '48, R.O.T.C. Sponsor '47, G.A.A. '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, Senior Play '48. RICHARD AURELIUS SMITH fDiekj Surh tact and loyalty will go places. 2956 Lenox Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, American Legion Medal, Best Drilled Freshman '45, President A-I '45, President C-5 '47, Nutrition Aide '46, '47, '48, Senior Ring Committee '48, President Junior Civitan Club '48, Honor Roll l2 quarters. Super Honor Roll seven quarters, Annual Stall '48, National Honor Society '47. '48, Le Cerele Francais '48, Stud:-nt Cabinet '48, Who's l'Vho '48, Senior Play '48. CAROLYN SPRAGUE If all could be so sweet! 248 Pharr Road, N. E., entered from R. I.. Hope, September '44, Y-Teens '45, '46, '47, '48, Treasurer Y-Teens '48, Monitors' Club '44, '45, Christmas Pageant '46, '48, Oflice Staff '45, '48, Special Chorus '45, '48, Variety Show '47. '48, State Music Festival '47, Library Staff '48, Carmen '48, G.A.A. '48, Ad Club '47. BARBARA ANCIER STEPHENSON Another intelligent senior. 529 Collier Road, N. IV.: entered from E. Rivers, September '44, Y-Teen '46-'48, Science Club '48, G.A.A. '48, P.T.A. Representative '44, Red Cross Representative '48, Super Honor Roll two quarters, Honor Roll I3 quarters: .Xnnual Staff '48. HAMILTON STOCKTON, JR. fHdHIl Favorite breakfast combination . . . Hain and Ann. 580 Pharr Road, N. E., entered from R. I.. Hope, September '43, B-Team Football '46, '47, Cheerleader '48, Campaign Manager '47, P.T.A. Representa- tive '47, lVho's Wlho '48, Christmas Pageant '48, Annual Staff '48, Student Court '48. BARBARA JEAN STURAI flfoblliej Bad at beating bell to biology. 3330 Wlest Shadowlawn Ave., entered from Lexington, Ky., September '44, Red Cross Representative '45, P.T.A. Representative '46, French Play '47, Infirmary Assistant '47, Le Cercle Francais '48, C.A.A, '48. EVERETT THOMAS SUTERS l"Vhat a jump he makes for joy! 2855 Peachtree Road, N. entered from Carden Hills, September '44, I.ibrary Staff '46, Football C Team '46, B Team '47, Varsity '48, PASFAV '47, Christmas Pageant '47, Varsity Basketball '47, '48, Serilzlzler Representative '48, WVho's lVho '48, Letter Club '48, Marshall '48, BARBARA VINCENT SWEENEY Always there! 3571 Habersham Road, entered from Fassifern, Hendersonville, N. C., Sep- tember '44, G.A.A. '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, Cafeteria Assistant '48, Rabun Cap '46, Red Cross Representative '45, CHRISTINA ELIZABETH THOMAS fllettyj Another whose crqwning glory shines. 2855 Piedmont Road, N. entered from R. I.. Hope, September '44, Stu- dent Council '47, PASFAV '47, '48, Science Club '48, Rabun Gap Cuild '48, C.A.A. '47, '48, Y-Teens '47, '48. CHARLES LOUIS THOMAS fliirkj Smart, friendly, clever. 3784 N. Stratford Roadg entered from Marist College, September '45: B Team '47, Officer's Club '48g Srrilzbler Representative '48g junior Achieve- ment '46. PATRICIA ANNE THOMASON fPatj N.F,'s little southern Miss. l37 West Wesley Road, N. WV.: entered from 0'Keefe junior High, Sep- tember '45, Srrihbler '46, '47, '48, Managing Editor '47, Editor '48g National Honor Society '47, '48, Corresponding Secretary '48: PASFAV '47, '48: Rabun Cap Cuild '48g Y-Teens '47g President Atlanta High School Press '48g Christ- mas Pageant '47, Quill and Scroll '47, '48, Secretary '48g Nominating Commit- tee '47: Monitors '46, Ad Club '48, BILLY JACK THOMPSON An honest, open countenance. ll I.ake Shore Circle, N. E.g entered from Rock Springs, September '44: Monitors' Club '46: Red Cross Representative '46: Hi-Y '47, '48g Science Club '48, Christmas Pageant '47, '48g Ad Club '48. KATHERINE BURDETTE THOMPSON Nickname "Cat", she effects a "puff" 6057 Heards Drive: entered from Hammond, September '44: Defense Stamp Representative '463 Commercial Club '47, '48: 60 WVord Shorthand Cer- tilicatc '47. HELEN LOUISE THRASH A Hguref and a personality. 3l4l Lenox Road, N. entered from R. L. Hope, September '43g Red Cross Representative '44g Nutrition Aide '44g Tallulah Falls '47, '48g Special Chorus '44, '45, '46, '47, '48, Christmas Pageant '44, '45, '46g Variety Show '45, '46: Annual Representative '483 Rabun Cap-Nacoochee Guild '48: Senior Play '48. CARI-IYLIY THRASHER fSissyj lin' long. Carey is turned loose on makes. 3920 Club Drive: entered from Duncan U. Fletcher High, Neptune Beach. Florida, October 'fl4: Red Cross Representative '453 Scribbler Representative 46: Annual Representative '47: G.A.A. '47, '48. FRANK CUSI-IMAN TINDALI, l.u.w'i0u.r locks: likely lad. 2544 Peachtree Roadg entered from E. Rivers, September '44: PASFAV '47, '48: President Homeroom '463 Nutrition Aide '45, '46, '47, '48g Srrilzbler Representative '-46: Student Council '48: Nominating Committee '48g Student Council Chapel Program Committee '48g Varsity Basketball '48. YVILLIAM NISBHI' 'l'OOI,l'f Burns the road to Marietta 7 Park Circle, N. Ii.: entered from R. L, Hope, September '44: Varsity lfootball '47, '48g Rabun Cap '46: PASFAV '47, '48g Hi-Y '47, '48g junior Civitan '47, '48: Science Club '48: President Homeroom '48g Hi-Ways Stall '48: Oflicer's Club '48: Christmas Pageant '48g National Honor Society '483 Marshall '48: Letter Club '48: Stage Senior Play '48. BARBARA RUTH TREGELLAS Spa11i.vh ability amazes us. 2188 lVillow Avenue, N. E.g entered from E. Rivers, September '44g PASFAV '47, '483 G.A.A. '48g Special Chorus '45. LEO l"lilN'IiI.l. TRIPP fsllllllyj Seen jusf everyzvlzere. 3182 Nlathieson Drive, N. Ii.: entered from East Side Junior High, Chatta- nooga, Tenn., September '43: Rifle Team '45, '46, '47, Captain '47g Officers' Club '46, '47: Letter Club '45, '46, '-47. TYRA JEAN TROY fT. j.j Keeps everyone in hand. 57 Putnam Drive, N. W.: entered from Garden Hills, September '44g Student Council '-45: Scriblzler Representative '47g Nominating Committee '48: Rabun Cap Cuild '47, '48: Tallulah Falls Circle '48g PASFAV '47, '48g C.A.A. '48g Honor Roll 10 quarters. .Xl.BliR'I' 'IISDALE VANNERSON Kllandalj Quiet lad, good boy. 3086 Dale Drive, N. E.: entered from Garden Hills, September '44, 'SElll0RS KATHRYN ANN WADDELL fCaseyJ A busy bee Y-Teen. 3118 Shadowlawn Avenue, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, Se tember '44, Girl Reserves '45, '46, Y-Teens '47, '48, Secretary Y-Teens '47, President Y-Teens '48, Delegate to National Y.M.C.A.-Y.W.C.A. conference '47, Christ- mas Pageant '46, '47, Girls' Chorus '48, Red Cross Representative '47, Presi- dent Y-Teen International Club Council '48, G.A.A. '48, Infirmary Assistant '47, Library StaH '48. ELIZABETH RAY WATHEN flietty Rayj How we love Louisville! 241 Rumson Road, N. E., entered from Garden Hills, September '44, l'.T.A. Representative '47, Rabun Gap Guild '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, Honor Roll 12 quarters, G.A.A. '47, '48, Science Club '48, Yfl'eens '48, Home Ec. Fashion Show '48, Ad Club '48, Christmas Pageant '48' Properties Senior Play '48. 1 ALTA FRANCES WAUGAMAN liver ready to lend a hand-especially to Cliff. 8843 Lake Forrest Drive, N. E., entered from Lincoln School VanWest, Ohio, September '44, Y-Teens '45, Publicity Chairman '46, Treasurer '47, Monitors '46, President Homeroom '47, Senior Ring Committee '47, Rabun Gap '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, National Honor Society '47, '48, Science Club '48, Annual Representative '48, G.A.A. '48, Nutrition Aide '48, Vice-President Student Body '48, Student Cabinet '48, Honor Roll every quarter, Nominating Committee '47, Home Ec. Fashion Show '48, Who's Who '48, Properties Senior Play '48. LILLIAN LORAINE WEEKLEY Alabama bound! 27 Twenty-eighth Street, N. W., entered from G.H.S., September '46, Cir- culation Manager Scribbler '47, Exchange '48, Volleyball '48, G.A.A. '48, PASFAV '48. HAROLD WELDEN A "Roy Hall" now! 55 Park Circle, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '43, Oflicer's Club '47, B-Team '47, Track '47, Varsity Football '48. ROBERT EDWARD WERDER A bmwny, well liked fellow. 3979 N. Ivey Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, C-Team Football '46, Varsity '47, '48, Track Team '47. DORIS JEAN WESTBROOK "Sunny"-tlzat's Doris. Sandy Springs Drive, entered from Hammond School, September '44, Stu- dent Council Representative '46, '47, 60 word Shorthand Certificate '47, Semi L.K.J. Club '48, D.C.T. '48. BETTY JANE WHIDDON e Ever looking after someone, but who? 2517 Piedmont Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, Y-Teens '45, '46, PASFAV '47, '48, Library Staff '48, Monitor '45, '46. LALEAH ALICE WIGHT Also voted "Mists Tee-Hee" of '48. 1750 Peachtree Road, N. W., entered from Garden Hills, September '44, Student Council '45, '46, '47, '48,'President Homeroom '45, '47, Red Cross Representative '45, Student Cabinet '46, '47, Infirmary Assistant '45, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, Rabun Gap '46, '47, '48, PASFAV '47, '48, Vice-President Junior Class '47, Basketball '47, '48, Vice-President Senior Class '48, Hi-Ways Staff '48, Cheerleader '47, '48, Volleyball '48, G.A.A. '47, '48, Home Ec. Fashion Show '48, Honor Society '48, Christmas Pageant '48, Who's Wvho, Senior Play '48. REBECCA ANN WILLIAMS For whom the bell tolls. 2262 Virginia Place, N. E., entered from Girls' High, September '46, Special Chorus '47, '48, Christmas Pageant '47, Variety Show '47, G.A.A. '48, Science Club '48, Scribbler Staff '48, French Play '47, Student Council '48, Le Cercle Francais '48. BREVARD S. WILLIAMS The sparkling, witty clown. 5 Habersham Way, entered from E. Rivers, September '44, Red Cross Representative '46, Hi-Y '47, '48, French Club '48, Officers' Club '48, Library Staff '47. JAMIE KING WILLIAMS, JR. Four down, four to go! Mt. Vernon Highway, Route 1, Dunwoody, Georgia, entered from Tech High February '45, Football B-Team '46, Varsity '48, D.C.T. Club '47. WILLIAM JOHN WOI.FF, JR. fBillyj We need more "Wolff" like this one. 402 East Wesley Road, N. E., entered from Garden Hills, September '43, Airplane Club '44, '45, Radio Club '45, Hi-Y '47, '48, OlIicer's Club '47, Rifle Team '47, Christmas Pageant '47, Science Club '48, Mixed Chorus '48, Stage Senior Play '48. DOROTHY MARIE WOTI-I lDotj "Mickey, pretty Mickey." 3125 Shadowlawn Avenue, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, Rabun Gap '47, '48, G.A.A. '47, '48. HOWELL FRANKLIN WRIGHT fliuzzardj N.F.'s Old Faithful. 3657 Ridgewood Road, entered from E. Rivers, September '43, Secretary and Treasurer Homeroom '48, P.T.A. Representative '47, B-Team Football '47, Letter Club '47, Otlicer's Club '47, Football Manager '47, Campaign Manager '46, GLENNA SHIRLEY ZENT A last word in cuteness. ' 3311 W. Roxboro Road, N. E., entered from Clairmont, September '44, PASFAV '47, '48, Rabun Gap '47, '48, Tallulah Falls '47, '48, G.A.A. '48. ANN CLAY BOWERS A regular Danny Kaye. 4l9 Collier Road, entered from Washington Seminary, September '45, P.T.A. Representative '48, Ollice Staff '48, Rabun Gap '46. CALVIN GERALD CAUSEY Wish we had his car? 3400 New Buford Highway, entered from Bass High, February '48, Band '48. JOHN ROOT HOPKINS Dead eye on rifle range. 3574 Cantrell Road, N. E., entered from R. L. Hope, September '43, B-Team '43, Homeroom Basketball '43, Homeroom Softball '44. JOHN HILL VICKERS, III Promises to be a typical "Buckhead Boy." 5737 Long Island Drive, Sandy Springs, entered from Hammond '42, Rifle Team '47, R.O.T.C. Oflicer '46, '47. WILLIAM HAYNE MILLS, JR. fliillj Proud of our Marietta gal. 67 LaFayette Drive, N. E., entered from Darlington School, Rome, Georgia, January '48. JANET LOUISE SUSOTT 679 Timm Valley Road, entered from Spartanburg, S. C., March '45, Girls Reserve '45, Carmen '47, PASFAV '47, G.A.A. '47. WILLIAM BEN RALSTON fliuddyj A jolly "Buddy" to have. 2911 N. Hills Drive, N. E., entered from Garden Hills, September '43, Chorus '46, Spanish Club '46, Christmas Pageant '46, Junior Achievement '46. VIRGINIA PRICE Uennyj 421 Brook Circle, entered from Marietta High, Marietta, Ga., December '47, D.C.T. '48, Not pictured: Mlilliam Ralston and Virginia Price. SEIlIORS HHTIUIIHL HUIIUR SUEIETV IB.-umm Ill-,xl.l, Slxlvmx 'Idmxlxsux SNIIIII R1-xxx-pm 2nd SEMESTER Nlfll, NI,xc:k1-ix' .XI 11x XVx1'c:.xxl.xN Zlfxx C1.x'1'r. 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T7'f?Il.SIl1'1?l' CILYIH-1 Kr-'Nmim' , PIITIEIIIIIIfllfllflhllll JUNIOR Olfl"lK1liRS llmsm' Gll.lslaR'l' , Pl'l'XlA1lI'lll lllfI.liN lil.ACIKXIl-KRR I'1'r'ef-l'Jmirlwll lmmc Anklxs S1'rw'lury5l'n'a.s11n'1' if l Ron' mir: Pansy llznis, Nanny jam' HZIVIUII, jenn Daniels, -lny Koontz. Yin'- ginizx Sllgil, Mice Susull, .Xuclrcy Rowe. Run' lzvn: B2ll'll2lI'Rl fykllflllkl, Sllzimn XYllccl0c'k, Cllmrlus Rogers, Nellie Gril- lilll, liflclic .llhriglln Sarzlh .Xnnc Pick- ering, jczmnc l'ruill, Barbara: Yan Nilllll. Ron' ll1rf'f': .lack -I0llllS0ll. liarl Russell, Bill l,rm'znm'c, Put Allen, Daw- son Durclcn. Bill fi0C,'l'c1l Nlcilulclxcn. Ylllftlll Sllicl, Dirk Nl:u'l.cml. Ram' four: fllmrlcs Dowiw, lfrcll Sflmcck. Klcril l'cppi:lll, fllllllllll lions. Curl llczml, Sum N'csl. C2 Row one: Caroline Hunt, Mary Ann Littlejohn, Teeny Allen, Shirley Samuels, June Lyttle, Shirley Brooks. Row two: Shirley Brown, Lucile Agree, Ida YVieder, Peggy Miller, Judy Alexander, Ruth Nelson, Betty Watkins. Row three: Edward May, Richard Earle, Bob Randolph, Zene Sykes, Ted Roberts, Chandler Mathews. Row four: Jimmy Davenport, Malon Mimms, Hebert Wyckoff, Wesley Medford, Bob Trundle. C3 Row one: Elizabeth Smith, Betty Nash, Peggie Klingler, Florence Milling, Patty Verdery, Annida Smith, Miriam Elyea. Row two: Robert McClellan, Helen Blackmarr, Mary Virginia Pervis, Norman Batho, Buddy Wilkie, Kathy Rogers, Joyce Cobb, Charles Gaar. Row three: Herbert Saxton, Billy Dreger, Edna Kent, Fred Campbell, Alex Keith, Ed Askren, Jan O'Neil, Ed Banister, Edmund Waller. Row four: Ken Malsberger, Frank Lasseter, Bob Pennington, Dick Perry, Harry Randle, Peter Sease. C4 Row one: Charles Drew, Gloria Martin, Barbara Mitchell, Pat Bender, Ann Bowers, Joyce Adkins, Bud Schoen. Row two: Ann Smith, Frank Bell, Billy Minor, Bonnie Macken- zie, Rena Reames, Ann Minton, Joe McLure, Diane Luly. Row three: Cleveland Willcoxon, Ellie Addams, Judy Perkerson, Carol Cherry, Elizabeth Bredfeld, Juanita Campbell, Faye Dempsey, Jimmy Sanders, Bill Knight. Row four: Eddie Bellinger, James Unsworth, Bob Innes, John Vickers, John Shelly, Harvey Lewis, Bobby Gilbert, Stockton Broome, Miss Elizabeth Norman. C5 Row one: Roger Marx, Virginia Polk, Patricia Mcllvaine, Corrie Blansit, Peggy Hildebrand, Otho Thomas. Row two: Charlie Foster, Mary Jo Spruill, Bill Wright, Bayne Culley, Vestle Bates, Julia Stephens, Bob Burson. Row three: Betty Brumbelow, Gretchen Knight, James Stuart, John Cross, Carolyn Butler, Louise Hightower. Row four: Neil Sattertield, Harold Glover, Ralph Paris, Bill Morrison, Howard Hubbard, Arlene VValker. C 6 Row mir: Marjorie Hoyt, Beckie Fiveash, joan Yow, Lo- raine Moore, Myrtle jones, Gail Green, Trudy Smith. Row Iwo: Rueben Garland, Marie Stowers, Mary Ann Mc.-Xrthur, Louise Hunter, Dorian Din-lar, Marion Ander- son, joan Fayssoux, john Mlells. Row three: Billy Harwell, Richard Berry, Lamar Hurst, jimmy Daniel, jimmy llreger, jack Rayheld, VVilliam Rawson, Betty Stone. Row four: Billy jones, Clark johnstone, George Barnes, jimmy Vowell, Bob Becknell, Mike DeFord, David Senay. Absent: Frank Therrel, Anthony Marco. - C7 Row une: Edith Ann Irwin, Bebe Wright, Carol Edwards, julie Ann Upshaw, Barbara Brooks, Sheila Graf. Ron' two: Gay Butler, Annie Laura Williams, Buddy Gordon, Susan Stiles, james jacques, Diane Radebaugh, Olive Long. Row three: Dickie Petersen, Stanley Kershner, Charlie Pyron, jim Parkerson, Charles Farnsworth, Owen Kellum. Row four: Hugh Wilkerson, joe Watson, Bob French, Frank Cordy, Benny Kilbride, Drew Liddell, Harry Tin- dell, Mr. WV. H. Kelley. C8 Row mir: Barbara Shreder, Evelyn Spruill, joan Brooks, Lucy Filber, Betty Anne Chesnut. Row two: Olin Dobbs, Hill Powell, Cene Mfilliams, Louise Acree, Billy Rentz, Howard Longdin. Row three: Fred Thompson, Bill Sanders, Arthur Daniel, Mabel Dixon, Lawrence Apper- son, Howard Haworth, Edward Kypta. Row four: Donald Cordon, jimmy Robinson, Robert Cheek, VVhit Benson. Absent: johnnie Copeland, Charles Fields, Norma Pruitt, june Pryor, joy Wilkes. C9 Row one: Emily Sims, Edith Childers, Annabelle Reed, Eleanor Crawford. Row two: Marjorie King, Bernice Burnsed, Helen Smith, Eloise Farr, johnetta Bowden. Row three: Nancy Hutson, justine Dinsmore, Betty Sue Thomas, Betty Gresham, Barbara Wilbanks, Frances Brown. Row four: Patsy Rivers, Betty Bailey, Billy Harde- man. Charles Power, jewell Dobson, Pat Etheridge. Absent: jane Brooks. SUPER-SUPHOMORIC Ol-'FICIQRS lfNl0RY LINKS I"'I'ft'SIAl1lflIf .It'r,1AN CLARK:-1 , , V1'z'e-President PAT CRAXVFURI-J A Srfrrdary-Trezzszzrel' ER PHUIHURES Bl Ran' one: Pat Crawford. Helen Kyser, Patsy Lzundin, Pill Robinson, Pal Clark, Pat Payne, .xllll lfile. Ron' Iwo: lien Stegall, Charles Saussy, Charles Taylor, Don Smith, Charles Stone, lien Willizunson. l-lnrory Alenks, Lamar Hart. Run' lhrzfe: Arthur Corcoran, William iiill0lllllS. Wyndall Ryles, Elaine Yanlleldou, Eldridge Powell, Robert Laila, Charles Pearson. Run' four: Mr. lf. L. li. NVall, 'liouuuy Yann, Frank Wilkinson, Bobby 'l'uruer, Roll' Spicer. B2 Ron' one: john ,-Xnderson. Susan Sweeney, .Xrthur Carmon, Louise Drummond, Harwood Holland, lileanor Adison, Charles Kistler. Ron' lzvn: Szuu Chambers, Elizabeth Cain. Charles McCullough, john Keith, Carol Coodson, Edward lflanagan. Row three: Bill Brooks, julian Clarke, jack Colburn, jack Birdsong, Keith Laube, jesse Ramsey. Bill Scott. Row four: james Clyhurn, WN'arcl Hayslip, George Cosby, Torn Lunnnus, Henry l'almer, Chet Sanson, Roscoe Luke, Mrs. Marie Brandon. Row five: jerry Leonard, Wavne Walters, Ottlev Wood, 1-ldward Robertson, joe 1 Ford, jack Hifks, Charles Lloyd, Donald Mc-dlex. 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Row two: Robert Cording, Myra McGee, Anne Cardwell, Ann Sa11born, Gail Fickling, Courtney lsenhour, Jean Como, Gilbert Random. Row three: Claire Shiver, W. C. Mitchell, Richard Coleman, Ralph johnson, Jack Bryant, Freddie Watkins, John English, jerry Turner, Jimmie Lee XVhite. Row four: Terry Dornbush, Michael Hatcher, David Reuvers, Ralph Force, Bobby Donaldson, Arthur Newton, Carl Hartrampf. B6 Row one: Bob Hoover, Patricia Peacock, Patti Murray, Gardiner Mason, Dot Strickland, Betty Akerman, Guerry Barton. R ow Iwo: WValter Martin, Bill Jacobsen, Corinne Lobse, Carroll Butts, Barbara Carter, jane McCurry, Kath- leen King, Ted Thomas. Row three: Ray Nugent, Ken- neth Lundquist, John Newman, Barry Hubbard, Bill Creech, Richard Haynie, Stella Pearce, Ruth Orr, Henry Kelley. Row four: Charles Lynch, YVilma Hachtel, Jack Letts, Mickey Milner, Jimmy Herndon, Charles Kelley. B7 Row one: Lucile Gearhart, Russell Rainey, Ann Holcombe, Sarah Mooney, Betty Ann Hall, Terry Teague, Mabel Batho. Rozu two: Donny Blake, Sarah Puckett, Sara Rogers, Nancy Jean Bright, Joyce Strong, Beverly Anne Jensen, -lane Cantrell, George Marco. Row three: Lester Harde- man, Bob Cawhern, Lionel Lee, Barbara Bass, Louie Cleveland, Tommy Samson, Joe Duckett. Row four: Billy Hill, Carl Vann, Roy Chandler, Robert Turner, Jimmy Mabry, Kenny Lynch, Packey jervey, Billy Dunlap. Rozv hue: Larry Gonzales, Charles Manston. B8 Row one: Miriam Hudson, Dorothy Harris, Dawn Clark, Betty Baird, Barbara Hill, Ellen Shippen, Frances Poss. Row two: Sam Burgess, Ellen Douglass, Richard Hilder- brand, Suzanne Springer, Leann jordan, Frieda Phillips, Barbara Cates, YVarren Sams. Row three: Fred Mueller, Ray Lowe, Yates Hollerian, Charles Davis, Ethelind Rob- erts, Billy Hunter, Bill Dalton, Charles Nelson, Betty Sue Ginsberg. Row four: David Vann, jimmy Kelly, Rudolph Hagen, Lindsey Jones, Bill Alexander, Marvin Mason, Ed Hamilton, Robert Martin, Miss Ethel Miller. B9 Row one.' Jetta Rowsey, Dot Whitner, Virginia Smith, Jackie Hall, Charlotte Hawkins, Harriett Springer, Sue Smith. Row two: Bobby Fister, Pat Shelor, Richard John- son, Jeanne DeLany, Toni Tomlin, Richard Russell, Bev- erly Rowlain, Dickey Sage. Row three: Adrienne Armi- stead, Roy Lowe, Jacquelyn Chambers, Robert Holmes, Nancy Bentley, Bill Horton, Mary Kay Creal, Joan Reagan, Calvin Crowder. Row four: George Wvaites, Arthur Powell, Harry Dunn, George Bettis, Jim Owens, Alan Lichten- stein, David Thomas. Absent: Charles Francis, Laura Hobbs. B-10 Row one: Hazel Smith, Jack 'l'oland, Gloria Strickland, Pete Robinson, Sheila Smith, John Morris. Row two: Doris Cash, Carolyn Yon, Bette Elrod, Beverly Phillips, Maudie Tripp, Nell Ford, Patty Paden. Row three: David Jimmerson, Belle Brunner Smith, Hill Preston, Clifford Johnson, Joe Eberhart, Jimmy Evans, Elizabeth Anne Mathieu, Charles Hooper. R ow four: Billy Mitchell, Ed- win Anderson, Jack Bailey, Hilbert Cofield, Billy Cain, William Fowler, Miss Cue Moseley. Absent: Richard Averill, Tomi Hannan, Guy Dority, Iverson Krogh, Joyce Mason, Robert Murphy, James Reece. Bll Row one: Bobby Roane, Barbara Sams, Dorothy Wallace, Herbert Gordy, Joyce Daniel, Raymond Page, Annie Mae Reece. Row two: Enid Brooks, Diane Miller, Anne Rich, Geraldine Burdett, Ellen Westbrooks, Mary Price, Rachel Wilson, Margaret Bates. Row three: Billy Marett, Azile Pender, John Richardson, Doris Palmer, Bowden Dobbins, Mary Frances Reid, John Purdue, Jacqueline Fitch, War- ren Wood. Row four: Ralph King, Billy Pope, Charles DeVore, John Guy Gilleland, Jimmy Dobson, Tommy Cadden, Charles Lindsay, Ronald Brooks. Absent: Elton Barlield, Frances Rary. B12 Row one: Pearl McClain, Artie Hamrick, Barbara Torrey, Reather Dinsmore, Billie Wood, Edith Gammons, Kathleen Dilbeck. Row two: Jim Burson, Betty Jean Reed, Ursula Wood, Beth Wilson, Martha Morris, Jean Hardeman, Edna Durden, Robert Sparks. Row three: Dan Springer, Dick Williams, Harry Torrant, Miriam McGarity, Larry Wills, Joy Byrd, Donald Anderson, Franklin Self, Bobby Chat- ham. Row four: Ben Allen, Jimmy Childs, Ann Rary, Carol Hale, James Moore, Pete Comer, Ronald Malcolm, John Strite. I FRESHIHEII OFFICERS Rom:R'r DINIIAR , . President Hr:1,r:N 'THOMPSON . , , l"ice-President BILLY PYRoN , . Sefretary-Treasurer A 1 Row one: Billy Clybnrn, Gloria Henry, Marlene Van Delden, jane Gillespie, Helen Phillips, Doug Connah, Row Iwo: johnny Farr, Belitje Bancker, Gay Herrman, XV. S. Gerrel, Delores Barfield, Karen Smalley, Donald Brown. Hou' llzree: Anne Peppiatt, Alice Stephenson, Quentin Anderson, Shirley Grant, Mary Tappan, Jerry Lester, Miriam Christopher, Patsy Cartledge. Row four: johnny Whitner, Glen Harold, Charles Morris, Ray Mitchell, Robert Brown, Bob Moulson, Bob Stoddard, Betty Pruitt, Gillespie Smith, Robert Haynes. A 2 Row one: Doris Lee Reed, Marilyn Werba, Lamar Smith, Miriam Ramsey, Nick Butler, Mary Lee Anderson, Bobby Snmmerour. Row Iwo: Billy WVright, John Marbul, Thelma Webster, Jeannine Garrard, Charles Moehrke, Peggy Hahn, Lynn Taylor, Terry Haddock. Row three: Helen Sanders, Robert Dinjar, Henry Phillips, WVoodrow Fincher, George WVord, Hlinston NVood, Tommy Long. Tom Diener, Bessie Freeman. Ron' four: Sue johnson, Sandra Murray, Shirley Thomson, Jan Peacock, Helen Thompson, Penn Holeman, Mrs. Fersen. A3 Ron' one: john Smart, Mary Lee Padgett, Ralph Barry, Nancy Fraser, Robert Strozier, Audrey Nvesthrook, Charles Cooper. Row two: june Smart, Charles Sewell, Tucker Upshaw, Sandra Bailey, Ann Gwin, James Morgan, jean Carpenter, Bill Griffin. Row three: Harold Marcus, Char- lotte Gambill, Nancy Levy, Sandra Thomas, Pat McGahey, Patricia Morris, Albert Beckham, Mabel jane Senkbeil, john David. Row jour: Bob Callahain, Tom Tennent, Granville Howlett, Sue Herd, Joanne Smith, Shelby Mackey, Clarence XVright, Grady McCullough, Charles Leamon. A4 . . , p. , Sanson, Carter Smith, Natalie Franklin, john Simpson Row two: Carol Ann Stone, Billy Almand, Rickey Hackett Margaret Bailey, Mary Virginia Bryan, Scott Beall, Donald Shuman, Lee Patterson. Row three: Darrow Kirkpatrick Margie Kirby, Frank McKinnon, Jacqueline Blackburn Carolyn Durden, Harriett Hoard, Bud Brown. Row four: Brian Kinner, Margaret Ford, Billy Eberhardt, Garland Loudermilk, Charles Marion, Charles Fortson, Boyd Steed, Mrs. Shufelt. Absent: Gwen Martin, Russell Fields, Helen Douglas, Raymond DeLong, Martha Foster. A5 Row one: Alvin Siegel, Terry Taylor, Patricia Riley, Anne Stone, Mary Lewis Brown, Robert Stinson, john Kallfelz. Row Iwo: jerry McNabb, Peter Pirret, Malcolm McLeod, Frances Jenkins, Bobbie I.alnb, Charles Kinsey, Ted Gris- wold, Richard I.angston. Row three: Billy Colield, Sally Ann Cranor, Jeanne Fuller, Cornelia Force, Charles Srhoen, Beverly Stokes, Ophelia Hudgins, Woody Bartlett, Martha Ann Neel. Row four: lvilfred Bourn, Betsy Rushin, Gene Gentry, Robert Armstrong, Otis Acree, Bobby Cash, Sandy Downs, janet Knox, jere Bennett. A6 lfow one: judy Curran, Earle Bartell, Beverly Browder, Oliver Sale, Suzanne Cox, Charles Stewart. Row two: Gayle Fulghutn, Edwin Green, Shirley Robertson, Marvin Haley, Mary Anna Pranson, jimmy Dunlap, joan Randle. Ron' llll'Pl'.' Bryant McDaniel, Diane Alcorn, Charlie But- terworth, liveline Murrell, Sylvia Crunk, Mary Anne Simms, Norma Buie. Grimble XVaite. Row four: Lena Kent. l.owell Smith, Nella Kilbride, I.arry Schick, Bobbie Reaves, Mrs. Ann W. Spires. Absent: Ruth Sosebec. A7 Row one: Beverl Drummond, Howard Sims Bill' Blair i Y 1 l ' Billy Simerville, Donald Howell, Gladys Eidson. Row Iwo: Calvin Senter, Cecile Fisher, Billy Pyron, Joanne Reisman Sam Long, Carolyn Constangy. Charles johnson. Ron' lhree: Edward Leonard, Laura Sue Kell B0 Hollida , f Y' Y Martha Shaw. Carol Allen, Henry Rogers. Row four: Shirley Hughes, Louise Morrison, P. B. Burdett, jr. l'homas Gravitt, Mildred Long, Yvynelle Clark, Mrs. Ruby jordan. Row one' Bill Flynt Betty Self Ranny Thom son Chris 1 A 8 Row one: Annette Torrance, John Lindgren, Bob Bennett, Lela Monfort, Maurice Brewster, John Hartley, Lois Ann Scott. Row two: Bobby Nygard, Joyce Dennis, Robert Sams, Ann Oliver, Annie Holcombe, Robert Turner, Joanne Hobson, Jimmy Clevenger. Row three: Roy Port- wood, Ann Johnson, Barbara Mize, Earl Hatt, Danice Turner, Rebecca Brimer, Ronnie Fussell. Row four: Gwendolyn Evans, Ed Sciple, Jerry Gritlin, Jere Gold- smith, Edwine Lytle. Absent: Juanita Mitchell, W. H. Meadows, Ann Richards, Bill Teem, Sylvia Broxton, Gaynelle Gunter, Jack Dickerson. A9 Row one: Oscar Pittman, Jeanne O'Hern, David Ellis, Bobby Mullins, Betty Roberts, Willis Everett. Row two: Miriam Barr, Ivllyn Duggan, Catherine Fortner, Dora Jean Wilkinson, Mary Ann Vismor, Jan House, Joyce Williams. Row three: Spencer Clarke, Raymond Bales, Charles Turner, Virginia Lee Green, Arline Berry, Wally Rogers, Lewis Bales, Preston Mangum. Row four: Clara Lee Moodie, Juliette Boland, Dickie Lee, James Bradley, Carmel Stephens, Jack Freeland, George Fuller, Clarence Eidson, Evelyn Holley. A 10 Row one: Ken Kinnett, Paul Wachter, Billy Paris, Jimmy Peagler, Donald Krueger, Rason Dobbs. Row two: Raleigh Drennon, Janet Ware, Charles Bailey, Roberta Cosby, Ashton T herrel, Barbara Van Epps, Charles Bartenfeld. Row three: Samantha Power, Doris Downs, Jane Yost, Gail Thompson, Barbara Palmore, Joan Hale, Ann Mer- riman, Janice Clower. Row four: Donald Duncan, Fred Pierce, Vaughn Nixon, Mary Boling, Dan Young, Hubert Hamrick, Hansel McClain. A ll Row one: Martin Dodd, Suzanne Woodman, Ward Morris, Howard Thomason, Gloria Dowis, Lucien Hope. Row two: Barbara Ann Nettles, A. B. Pervis, Robert Harde- man, Bunny Dobbs, Collin Taylor, Milton Sweigert, Martha Kennedy. Row three: R. H. Pryor, Anne Atkin- son, Robbye Taylor, Sara Power, Aurelia Turpin, Mildred Sams, Barbara McCrary, Jimmy Milhous. Row four: Dale Cooper, Frank Troutman, Gene Hardeman, Ellen Faye Sentell, Layton Millican, William Sparks, Mrs. J. M. Hemphill. .4 1 E 1 ! , E HIHHHES X-K .NclfoRD W. H. KELLEY I.-Capt. Coach P 'S RI-:NTZ Captain THE TEHITI STOURTON BROOME fGeechie,l . . , TCJlNllN1Y RENTZ , BOBBY XVERDER . PAT BROGAN , , GORDON BIALLOY NISDET TOOLE . RALPH LANGFORD KEN BIALSBI-ZRGFR ITAVID VANN . . BAYNIC CULLY . BILL BEACH . . GEORGE BEUTELL V. CLARK . . AITFRIQIJ HOLBROOR RALPH BULLARD . BTLLY CALDWELL . ARTHUR N l-IYVTON CHARLES PYRON STANLEY LAMBERT BOBBY BROXVN , FORREST RC7SEBP1RRY EMORY JI-LNKS , . HUGH WTLKERSON AI1MMY PARKI-IRSON . Left Halfback . Left Guard . , Right End , Quarterback Right Halfback . Left Tackle , Right Tackle . . . Center Left Halfback . . Left End . . Center . . Fullback , Left Tackle Right Halfback , A . Tackle . Right Tackle . , Fullback , Right End , Left Guard . Quarterback . . T Guard A . Halfback . . Left End , Right Guard lllll Row one: Broome, Malloy, Newton, Werder, Harwell, Langford, Rentz fCaptainj, Malsburger, Toole, Culley, Brogan, Vann QDJ, Coach Kelly. Row two: Hamilton QEQ, Bullard, Pyron, Caldwell, Lambert, Beach, Parkerson, Roseberry, Davenport, Clarke, Jenks, Holbrook. Row three: Hamilton Qllj, Winter, lvilkerson, Liddell, NValler, Randolph, Suters, Powell, Xveldon, Alwood, Satterfield, Bates. A V 'ai F A st W R My Q ez in 4 North North North North North North North North North HHH Fulton Fulton Fulton Fulton It F I. It 'ulton ulton ulton ulton Stockton, Simpson, livins, Wilkes, Blacktnarr, Wight, DeI,any, Beall. Adkins, Henclley, SCU R FS NVest Fulton A LaGrange . Russell . Decatur Rome , Fulton , A O'Keefe Gainesville . G.lXI.A. 21 26 Chestnut, Poole 2 illfllllllglflli Ciou .INSVVORTII IEI,mck l'i2AksoN I.l41'l"l'S- Trai n vi 'lv-I., Rrixll B-TEIllll Lefl to riglzl, mu' one: Seasc CAsst. Coachj, XVatson, Alexander, Palmer, Turner, Sanson, Moehrkc filaptainy, Vann, Trundle, Coiield, Cleveland, Ford. Ron' Izvo: Apperson, Rentz, Powell, Keith, Carl Vann, Preston, Allen, Wilkie, Albrigln, Chandler, McCormick, Wells, Clark, Sanson, Moul- son, Owen, lvatkins, jacques, Powell. Ron' tlzreff: Coach Newton, Reagan QManagerj, Anderson, Bradford, Turner, Cain, Smith, Boyct flllanagerj, Coach Durban. Yxxx BROONI 1-1 W1-:Rm-1k lluoow MALLOY 'I 'oorr LANGFORD 9 1 Wima.. . NI,xl.sm:km-.R C 1l'I.1.1- N f.Xl.IDWI-I I, the stale. .Xh lsr,u:u Bl'U'l'Ifl.l. CLARK!" Hormtook Nl wlox Prkox l.A'Nll5l'R'l' IOMMY RICNIY, l.eI't Guard-lfaslest Liueurau in vays fought lI'll'Il. 'sIOKIK'l'ON BROONIIC, Lett HaIl'hac'kA.X hard runner: rough on ollense. IEUIHRY XYICRIHCR, Right lind-Our pass snatrher: stopped everything' in his playing territory. . . , , I XI LRUCLXN. Qu.ultrh.uk X great passer: al ways good lor a gain ou quarterback sneak. KORDON fNIXl.l.OY, Right l'lallihat'k--Om' Ilashy break-away runner: went Mild on Itll cud V ' runs. NISISIYI' 'l'O0l.li, It-tt larkle-Ollensire left tackle "trip," RXl,l'll l,.XXiiI'ORll, Rtghl litkl rugged ou the right side. N M,Xl.Sl5lilUiliR, C'enler--'Slade the renter the line slro ng. It xkkrksox L'-Rough and ol' Hl'GH WILKIQRSON, Left lind-.X hard fighter. Always willing to dish it Olll. DAVID V.-XNN, Left Hall'hac'kf.Xlways gained on oil'-tackle runsg pass defense man. IRXYNIC C1lll,l.l'lY, Left lind-Made the left side tough to get around. BILL lSlz.XClH, Center-Line hacker: made our de- fense strong. CLICORGIC ISlQll'l'l'1l.I,. lfllllllklfli-fflll' hard-running line-cracker. li. Y. KIIARK, Left Tackle-l"Iea's defensive work was lop-notch. .Xl.lfRliD HOLBROOK, Right Halfhaek - Allred helped us wiggle through tight spots. R.Xl.l'H lRlII.I.ARD, 'l'ackle-Rugged Ralph. One oi' next year's tackles. lill.l.Y CI.Xl,DWlil.I., Right 'Tackle-Big Bill fought hard on defensive. Always reliable. ARTHUR NICWTON, lfullback-Hard running will make next year's haekfield strong. C1H.XRl.l'lS PYRON, Right lind-"I.ard's" work as an end man was a great help to the team. S'I'.'XNl.l-1Y l.AMBER'l', Left Guard-Stanley was a tough man to get hy. BOBBY BROXVN, Quarterback-.X good hack: ex' eellent ball handler. l"0RRl-IST ROSEBERRY, Guard-Iruproved a lot during the season. A good guard. ICMURY -IENKS, Halfhackfk swift runner. XVill he in there lugging the hall next year. -IIMMY PARKERSON, Right Guard-Did a swell joh of running as Right Guard. sees: llt:i.mun llkowx Rosrisl tum jmxs xvll.lxIfRSON ni' mw, Ivy! lo riglzlx Fvins, Yan Delclen, Nix, llcluny llozinne, Rziry, Cobb. Ron' Iwo: Beall, ll.u'i'ell, Higlil, Nll'cll'0l'L'y, Simpson, Knight, Briglil. Ron' Illrrff: Coyne, Sykes, Hill. lxlllffllf, Rzuul, .Xmlilzinis, Delziny .lC'2lllllC, Rogers. Payne. Fillyer. Hou' four: iloarli lSl'yc'e. Ni Nl' Nl' Nl' N F N F N F N F F N F N F N F N F N F N F N F N F N F F16 27 I8 21 ll 3-l EH 25 353 I7 26 28 42 22 F12 30 23 lil 176 BHLL Russell Nzips , , Nl2lI'lCIUl Fulton Nzips Russell . Rome , Druid Hills I-lzipeville IDCCZIIIII' A xviwlllllglflll Gainesville Hapeville Gainesville Fulton x'VllSlllllgl0Il Druid Hills DCCHUI1' . Seniinury Sem i nary TOTALS 1 ROSLYN N1XfVz11'si1y V 'I'11c long shot. 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IiIDI'I'0R , . . , I,ilIiattt Wccklcy I'IIO'I'0CiR.XI'III-IRS Ilztrry K1ltt'istipItim', Otltu 'I'ltontzts IIUSINKSS DlCI'tXRTKIlQN'1' .XSSIS'I'XN'I' f1IRCIl'I,.X'I ION NIXNXCQIQRS Rtwlnwt IIoltm'w,l1l:tt':t Xlorris xssts't'xNt' .xlwltikl tstxca M XN.XCLIiRSi 7-IH, L,',,,,-,,,-5. 1111111112 Sltvilat Smith, Rottztlcl Mztltulttt, l1nttt'tttc'v ISl'IlIItllll'. Cltctlwx Nill. Gztil ' Ifirklittg, Rulwcrt Iloltttcs. Ruth ICCIIOQIL2' I The Quill 111111 8111211 The Iittsirzcss Grotlp RED ERUSS EUUHCIL N M AI,'l'l3Y Presidenl 3 RED ERUSS REPRESEHTHTIUES P.'L H. REPRESEHTHTIUES SERIBBLER REPRESEHTHTIUE mUHITORS'ClUB IMRRY clllRl5'Ill'HlNl' Presiclent liklnx Nl I-,Y lik I'ffl'-1JVIfSl.lff?IIf linfmf XVRIGIH' Owl-,N KliI.l.l'Nl HPV l"R,xzrfk IJURRI-1'l'l' Klum' K1-1NNr:m' Ill-Nlu' f10l.I.lNSWOR'I'II lmxn' P1',,xRsoN , L., S!'!'l'I'fIlI'3' 'lil'E'1lSl1l'f'l P7'l'SlAI1z"Il t 1'n'sidenl S1'r'nf!a ry 'I'n'f1.s'11rf'r 35 JUHIUR UUITHH CLUB Rlczllmum SMITH 1'n'.w'1I1'rlI I llfmu' f10I.l,lNSXVUR'l'll I'mf-l'1'1'.viflrnI Klum KLQNNIQM' Sf'1'n'ln 1 Y V-TEENS CLUB KA'1'nRYN XVAIJDELI. S1-uknm' Blmww .NNN CRAIG CIAROLYN SPRAGIIE Dm' XVHITMAN I"H'.YlAI1l'Ilf I lI'!'-l,l'f'.S'l,!fI'IIf Sf'I'i'f'f1I ry 'I'r1'r1,s'l1rz'r Ilisturlun if' Il. E. 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Note: FORMERLY NORTH FULTON GRILL AD CLUB IDENTIFICATIONS FIRST ROVV fBOTTOMj: Betty Power, Louise Dunaway, Pat Thomason, Neil Mackey, Carolyn Sprague, Alexis Davison. SECOND ROW: Hamilton Stockton, Bob Riley, Nancy jean Bright, Barbara jones, Gladys Lamb, Nella Kilbride. THIRD ROW: Mary Lois jones, Loyce Miles, Eva Reid, Barbara Lloyd, Barbara Tregallis, Barbara Okarma. FOURTH ROVV: Mary Beach, Barbara VanNatta, Vance Ross, Ruth Brooks, FIFTH ROVV: Gerrie Lowry, Ann Carpenter, Margaret Hennessee, Eileen Eppelsheimer, Marilyn McNaughton, Betty VVhiddon. SIXTH ROVV: Marion McBath, jennie Lee Barber, Barbara Stephenson, Marjorie Odom. SEVENTH ROIN: Stanley Lambert, Sally Clay, john Boardman, Nisbet Toole, john Good- rich, Bill Bell. EIGHTH ROVV: Richard Smith, Lillian Beall, Frazer Durrett, Everett Suters, Frank Tindall. NINTH ROVV: Harriett Hallman, Clara Morris, Ann Williams, Marilyn Cox, jeanne Harold, Betty Ray Wathen, TENTH ROVV: Nancy Hobbs, Alice VVight, Martha Rand, Nellie Booth. Colliplilrirlrty of Peachtree Road Presbyterian Church O 3156 PEACHTR EE ROA D COMPLIJIIENTS or D-l FIRST ROVV: Evelyn Owen, Marilyn Cox, Dot VVoth, Miss Dew. SECOND ROVV: Ellaray Griggers, Lillian Beall, Pat Thomason, Margaret Hennessee. THIRD ROVV: john Ferguson, john Boardman, Rosalyn Nix, lbehind Nixj Jeanne Harold, Barbara Grace, jane Moore, fbehind Moorej Barbara Sweeney, Mary Ann Hopkins, Barbara Dickey, Louise Dunaway, Cbehind Dunawayj Mary Martha Coffey, Alta Waugaman, Dale Maybrier, fbehind Maybrierj Katheryn Waddell, Nisbet Toole. FOURTH ROVV: Claude Marsh, Dick Thomas, William Sewell, Cupj joe Mayo, Bill Beach, Bob French, Forrest Roseberry. FIFTH ROVV: Hamilton Stockton, Franklin Wright. NOT IN PICTURE: M. H. Elder, Bernard Maltby, Yvonne Michel, Betty Smith. The University System of Georgia Center now TIIE ATLANTA DIVISION 0F THE UNIVERSITY 0F GEORGIA congratulates the 1948 graduating class of North Fulton High School. Your education may be continued in college classes at this unit of the University System. Morning, afternoon, or evening classes are arranged for your convenience. Many students attend classes in morning or afternoon and find employment in the Atlanta metropolitan area in their off hours. The college building, located at 24 lvy Street, S. E., is two hlocks east of Five Points. Write to the Registrar for a bulletin. Enjoy .... M I S S G E 0 R G I A Quality Dairy Products if Georgia Milk Producers Confederation, Inc. Cadillac Uldsmobile CAPITAL AUTOMOBILE CDMPANY ELWYN TOMLINSON, President Q . 796 W. Peachtree Street f0pposite Biltmore Hotelj TIRES Quality Recapping Brake and Wheel Services Body and Fender Work Lubrication Sinclair Products Gordy Tire Co. Ponce de Leon at Juniper n At. 7531 I. L. COLLINS, President L. A. uMONK', JOHNSON, Vice-Pres. Southeastern Meat and Poultry Co., Inc. Purveyors of Fancy Meat and Poultry to Clubs, Hotels, Restaurants and Institutions If il were not 0 For this short verse, Slde 'l'hcre'd he a joke here Ten times worse. He is pretty and cute Cl'lNEllAl., AUTO REPAIRING lVitl1 his curly black hair, But heed my zulvice, 1491 Howell Mill Road Maidens, take a mm, ATLANTA GEORGIA You may have il good time 7 But get sturk with the hill, At. 5631 44BLECKSHOT" MORRIS For a ScotI'lIman's 21 spendthrift Colnparetl to Senior Bill. Springlake Pharmacy c0m,,IfmmA of A 2002 Howell Mill Road, N. W. A HE. 7153 Compliments of Compliments of A Friend Tallulah Falls Circle Q-I COMPLIMENTS EA kk 9 Q 1 .... 0 F . . . R A Y B E S T 0 S AMERICAS BIGGEST SELLING BRAKE LINING Q BRIDGEPORT CONNECTICUT The Draughon School of Commerce "IN QUEST OF QUALITY" High school graduation and character references are entrance requirements. All graduates placed in 194-7 and we had more than 2,000 positions which could not he filled. 579 PEACHTREE ST., N. E., ERLANGER THEATRE BUILDING, ATLANTA, GEORGIA ATwood 3888 North Fulton Lumber Co. ' LUMBER and BUILDING MATERIALS Fr A' lend 3025 Peachtree Road, N. E. lAt Buckhead! Ch. 2282 ATLANTA. GEORGIA Compliments of Timms Jewelry Co. Conlplimcnls of THE OLD RELIABLE SINCE 1897 A Friend 3 Broad Street, N. W. ATLANTA GEORGIA BEST WISHES TO THE 1948 GRADUATING CLASS OF NORTH FULTON HIGH SCHOOL We sincerely trust each of you will make every effort to continue your education to the extent of graduation from the college of your choice. To those of you who find it impossible to continue your education, we extend a cordial invitation to visit our ollice and let us assist you in securing a position commensurate with your ability. Reasonable Placement Fee ATLANTA PLACEMENT SERVICE Room 210 Gazette Building e1fL1f2 MARIETTA STREET, N. W. Tel. CY. 6686 C Brewer-Head Co. R e a I t 0 r s 5th Floor Title Building REAL ESTATE SALES Rents ALL LINES OF INSURANCE 0 . B. BREWER F. W. HEAD CY. 2514-15-16 BEACIIN LAUNDRY, INC. Personal Servzfe MODERN SANITARY THRIFTY 0 2835 Peachtree Road Ch. 1615 Dlitehell Motors, Inc. OLDSMOBILE 0 350 West Peachtree Street WA. 5255 O NEW CARS Parts and Service Compliments Of RAMSEY LAMBERT Miller Service, Inc G 3070 Peachtree Rd., N. W. Ch. 21 13 The Buckhead Appliance 8: Service Cllerokee 9408 281 E. Paces Ferry Rd. wi? COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY HOME APPLIANCES rt? Call Us For Prompt Deliveries And Quick Service Visit Our Record Department Economy Auto Stores, Inc. 3093 Peachtree Rd., N. E. CH. 5944, Over 2000 Items for the Car If You Have a 'iReal" Estate Problem Call Us First Fain Realty Co. 3108 Roswell Rd., N. W. CH. 44-91-2-3 uln the Finger-Bowl Sectionn Compliments of American Discount Co. Automobile Financing - Automobile Loans Serving Atlanta Since 1919 Compliments of Rabun Gap-Nacoochee Guild Compliments of Equitable Life HENRY C. JOHNSON ATLANTA GEORGIA W. D. Boggs Service AMOCO PRODUCTS HE. 93644 1994 Howell Mill Road ATLANTA Y 0 ll R H O M E ls Your Most Valuable Possession ls lt Completely Insured? Irwin Wootton "Tha Man Behind Your Policy' Phones: Olllce --f- WA. 3111 Home-CH. 3557 Haas-Howell Bldg. AATLANTA, GEORGIA Frank Graham Co. LINCOLN and MERCURY A UTOMOBILES 600 West Peachtree Street, N. W. Telephone: VErnon 0701 VIUCKS SUV IG Ut! M51 GOYdOh S F2544 PQTATO CHIPS Look for the Lxttle Red Truck Label When You Buy It is Your Guarantee of Freshneqs and Fmest Quality 'F POTATO CHIPS 4' SALTED PEANUTS Y PARTY PACK NUTS ASSORTED NUT MEATS swnwzcuzas Assonrsn cfuvmss f' x caress a cooxzss go? N Porno srrcxs "0mf.,,',ggpsm 'Q-in GORDON FOODS me . .' . I .Q 9 - A 41 .i ,,., A O if , Q 'Quint' No Y -r PEANUT BUTTER 1,m7',2"-lT'1',g--.,,, -I CT:-.sq . N N 1: . Q I 'I .5 OM ATLANTA 3 GEORGIA , Atlanta Loulsvnlle Bnrmmgham Memphis Nashville SOUVD 7lZlVWTlVll Jo Quq Qnaldluog B e s I W i s IL cf s 4 NOIITH FULTON HIGH Builifluld 010114 yuazudgnbg pun szuawvg ,Cqd TJJ30101fd yvgoiawwoj 4 pr2oH A1191 Qaoed 12493 5535 doqg eaaumg smug 0 o o o ll! p91S9.l9llII 9SOlLIJ .105 wif Bealy Smith Agency The Connecticut Mutual Lill- Insumnce Company Radio - Sales - Service - Records Henry L. Reid Co. Frigidaire Appliances 1103 Peachtree St., N. E. HEmlock 0038 "Atlanta,s Pioneer Radio Dealeri' Colonial Terrace Hotel Pershing Hotel The Point Dining Lounge United National Insurance Company LIFE,ACCIDENT AND HEALTH AND HOSPITALIZATION 75 Ponce de Leon Avenue, N. E. W. A. LLOYD, President Compliments of Compliments of Alielle,S Harry H. Hallman REAL ESTATE 2300 Peachtree Road "Congratulations Seniorsn SALES EEASES Jolly Tot Shoppe 2999 Peachtree Road, N. E. CH. 7413 Infants and Childrens Specialty Shop Dr. Bender's Family Shoe Store 3074 Roswell Road ATLANTA, CA. Hitchcock 8: Simmons DRUGCISTS 3057 Pe-uclmtrt-e Rd. Phone CH. 1131 .ATLANTA Cr101n:lA Pl'f'l'lCRS SHOES--FOR THE FAMILY llur Small Variety Insures Freshness CURB SERVICE f:0lIl1Jll:III,67lfS Of Bridges 8: Redman Service Station X062 Peachtree Rd., Buckhead ATLANTA, GA. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS CH. 1173 Dortch Baking Co. ATLANTA - BIRMINGHAM - JACKSON, Mlss. Compliments of Saul's Reweavers 2933 Peachtree Rd., N. E. CH. 8611 CLASS RINGS For 1 9 4- 8 by llerff-Jones Co. 'cworlds Largest" Class Ring Manufacturer 'k Also Complete Selections CLUB PINS MEDALS - TROPHIES GRADUATION INVITATIONS - CARDS IJIPLOMAS - CAPS and COWNS H. S. CANFIELD 1560 North Decatur Road ATLANTA GEORGIA Rialto Theater 6 Corner Luckie and Forsyth Streets 6 Wllere You See the Better Pictures First-Always the RIALTO THEATRE Best Wishes of Atlanta 0ak Flooring Co. Manufacturers and Distributors FLOORING, MILLWORK, LUMBER, PLYWOOD Dealers in EXOTIC WOOD PRODUCTS Both Foreign and Domestic ATLANTA, GEORGIA JACKSONVILLE, FLA. BLUE RIDGE, GA. CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA Congratulations to the SENIOR CLASS OF 1948 tk' The Buckhead and Garden Hills 'gfltlantaas Most Beautiful Suburban Theatresv COMPLIMENTS IIIX GREEN BUICK COMPANY BUICK CENTER 31-47 North Avenue, N. E. 6'Between the Peachtr CCS Concord Radio Corp. Trio Shoe Shop R A D I 0 5 3082 Roswell Road C A M E R A S 265 Peachlree Street, N. E. HKEEP A STEP AHEAD ATLANTA GEORGIA L. L. CUFFIN, Proprietor Kitty Dale Compliments of 2997 Peachtree Road A Friend SMART FEMININE APPAREL COMPLIMENTS OF BUCKIIEAII FIFTY CLUB ea er peec To you, who each day Take on anew your tasks Along the lines that speech will go Through city streets or far out Upon some mountainside Where you have blazed a trail And kept it clearg To you there comes from all Who use the wires A tribute for a job well done. For these are not just still And idle strands That stretch across a country Vast and wide But bearers Of lifeis friendly words And messages of high import To people everywhere. Not spectacular, your usual day Nor in the headlines Except they be of fire, or storm 01 flood Then a grateful nation Knows the full measure Of your skill and worth And the fine spirit of service Which puts truth and purpose In this honored creed- '6The message must go through SOUTHERN BELL TEL D TELEGRAPH COMPA For FINE FOOD. and EXCELLENT DANCE MUSIC DRIVE IN AT I fam ty A 2225 Peachtree Road T H E Atlantais Newest Drive-In B A I N B 0 W ln 0 0 F if' AllSl0y Hlltel Delicious Barbecue Hot Dogs Filet Steaks A' S' CROCY' Manager Chocolate Malted Ice Cream Drinks Tom Slate Athletic Equipment Co. Make Your 592 Peachtree sf., N. E. ATLANTA, ci. SALES and CONTACTS With SMARTLY DESIGNED FORMS Booklets - Folders - Brochures Commercial and Social Printing Specialists LA mar 6294 fvkfffffy aww may llll lUI llll llll llll IH! Illl I :':f:f"g'-12:1!:':f:-Li':'2':2 lfitMnAii'ii'Q.2'iHi'i in Complete Line of Rawlings, Spalding, Reach Wright 81 Ditson, Il. S. Rubber Co. i'Keds," Riddell Shoes, Pennsylvania Rubber Co., Southern Mfg. Co., Dunlop Rubber Co., Grandvillew-100011, Wool School Sweaters And Many Other Lines of Athletic Equipment TED ZUBER, Representative A. P. JETTE, Expert Tennis Restringing Anth0ny's Print Shop 56M Poplar St., N. W. Phone LAmar 0166 PRINTING ENCRAVINC EMBOSSINC Wedding Invitations - Announcements Calling Cards - Letterheads Envelopes - Office Forms ART SUPPLIES MILTON BRADLEY CO. OF GA. Jean Hopkins Shop GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 384- Forrest Avenue, N. E. VE. 9867 SCHOOL SUPPLIES GAMES 1901 Peachtree ATLANTA, GEORGIA Compliments of Abraham9S Compliments of Delicatessen . HDELICIOUS FOOD, Macrls Ice Cream 2824 Peachtree Road 9 Mac s Beauty Shop, Inc. I B 0 B 9 S "IF YOU WAN T T 0 BE BEAUTIFUU' LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANING COMPANY CH. 6716 - 6717 2931 Peachtree Rd. 2257 Peachtree Rd. Phone HE. 4200-4-201 Killingsworth Complfmfm of I O Servlce Station Mrs. Emma Mcliaughey CH. 9259 JUNIOR sr CHILDRENS SPECIALTY SHOP TEXACO PRODUCTS - FIRESTONE TIRES 1073 Peachrree Sr. ATLANTA. GA. GOOD THINGS T0 EAT HALF FRIED CHICKEN Country Style T-BONE STEAKS Tender - Juicy ALSO LUNCHES - SHORT ORDERS Neese's Restaurant Howell Mill at Collier Criswell Baking Co. Bakers of HONEY FRUIT and OVEN QUEEN PIES and WORTH WHILE CAKES ATLANTA GEORGIA Cox Music Shop Latest With The Hits On RCA, VICTOR, DECCA, COLUMBIA and CAPITAL RECORDS Sheet Music Radios and Repairs 161 Peachtree St. MA. 2378 31X SUPERSMA KETS I Ice-cold Coca-Cola offers you de- real thing licious taste that always pleases . . . life and sparkle that always refreshes. And you find it around the corner from anywhere. When you want to be refreshed, drink ice- cold Coca-Cola. lt's the real thing We believe in the integrity, ability, and character of the students and faculty of North Fulton High School. We, as dads, stand ready and willing to support you in your efforts to attain a more lofty goal for the school and to lend a helping hand in any way possible for individual accomplishment, scholas- tically, socially, and athletically. NORTH SIDE DADSX CLUB ow can you tcllf W "Better Photographs" ELLIUTTS' PEACHTREE STUDIOS PHOTOGRAPHERS TO THE 1948 H1-WAYS hrifhg Young Homemakers know theg can relq on HAVERTY'5 for qualitg homefurnishinqs at moderate cost. I A I b t 5 - Southern Homefurnishers Since 1885 3 CONVENIENT STORES MAIN STORE: 22 Edgewood Avenue at Pryor BUCKHEAQ BRANCH: 3031 Poachixeo Road DECATUR BRANCH: 142 Clairmont Bvenua GENUINE PARTS CO. THE LARGEST PARTS WAREHOUSE IN THE SOUTH C O M P L I M E N T S . . . O F . . . COMPLIMENTS OF R. S. LAMB AMERICAN OIL DISTRIBUTOR PQTTER AND R AYFIELD Inc. B um' BROWVNZ "Gosh, I'm thirsty!" B t, B.: "just an minute: I'll get you I B sm' B.: "I said thirsty, not dirty!" Q Ilcrc arc two things that you t'an't disguise, a ATLANTA GEORGIA 1 a Ford. thc clutch." DRUGS ' SUD!-1 ' CANDY Lnw Prices fzleryday STANDARD FEEDS LIPSCOMB-ELLIS Super Qualify Brmzd CO. POULTRY MASHES The finest quality in . . . S F E E D S S E E D S Celebrating Our 50th Yea F E R T I L I Z E R S Poultry Remedies, Equipment 9 STANDARD FEED STORE 2979 Peachtree Road, N. E. 88 WALTON ST N W BUCKHEAD OF THE NUHTH FULTUN HIGH PARENT - TEAIIHEH5 ASSIIIIII-XTIIIN C O M P L I M E N T S THOMAS R. MITCHELL A U TOAIOBILES COMMERCIAL VEHICLES 367 Spring St., N. VV. 3130 Roswell Rd., N. W. J . R . D U N N Distributor of TEXACQ PRODUCTS through SPEEDWAY SERVICE STATIONS Q ATLANTA BOLTON J. L. HAWKS DRUG STORE 2929 Peachtree Road PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST ATLANTA GEORGIA But motnma, I'1n not hungry. I ate all the raisins off the fly paper. - oNY H.: "I'1n going to change the alphabet." S nc: "What's the idea?" I'oNY H.: "I'm going to put U and I together." - 1 vlQRli'rT S.: "Are there any brain foods besides hshy' BARBARA H.: "Well, theres noodle soup." JUNIOR CIVITAN CLUB Richard Smith Bob Church Henry C ollins worth Clyde Kennedy Frazer Durrett Stanley Lambert Neil Mackey Nixbet Toole jim Pearxon Barry Chrixtiphine Edward May Bobby Pennington Owen Kellum Marion Hodge: lame: Stuart Charlet Rogerx Dawxon Durden Harry Tindall Robert McClellan Ralph Parix Roger Marx lohn Shelley Skippy Thomax Bill Wright N n B th orma a 0 Bobby Gilbert Chandler MdflhJ8u'I Serving the North Side Over 24 Years I iz Account With TILMON FRANCIS 8z SONS PLUMBING and HEATING Repairs - Supplies - Fixtures Q 7 W. Paces Ferry, N. E., at Buckhead CHerokee 8868 -1351 A JEFFERSON STANDARD POLICY IS A DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE FOR THE FAMILY O ELIMINATE UNCERTAINTIES OF THE FUTURE THROUGH STANLEY S. SIMPSON, Special Representative JEFFERSON STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE CO. 625 C. 86 S. National Bank Building, or 430 Hurt Building Phone MA. 2962 WA. 4944 BEST WISHES OF Delivery by Motorcycle A FRIEND PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY CARTER,S DRUG BEST WISHES FROM The Little Hardware Store S T 0 R E 3176 Peachtree Road, N. E. 2815 Peachtree Rd. Phone: CH. 1146 ATLANTA GEORGIA COMPLIMENTS OF SCHOOl COMPLIMENTS BARRETT and LEACH GROCERIES and MEATS 3041 Peachtree Road CH. 6781 AUTO DRIVER'S TRAINING 231 Peachtree Arcade WA. 5831 COMPLIMENTS OF SHUMAN'S MARKET 2823 Peachtree Road CH. 9695 HORSEBACK RIDING AT GEORGIA'S FINEST! RANCH CLUB 11 miles out new Marietta Highway . . . Turn left at Sign AT. 4273 FOR RESERVATIONS Said Billie Rose to Sally Rand, "How about dancing without your fan?" So Sally danced without her fan And Billie Rose and Sally Rand. "joe," said Mrs. Tidbet, "every time you are naughty I get another grey hair." "Then," said Joe, "you must have been Il terror when you were voungg look nl Grandma! A Mark of Quality Foods COLONIAL STORES Compliments 0 f ROBINSON'S TROPICAL l GARDENS ' o , Dine and Dance on the Terrace GoodiFood Our Specialty "A nice place for nice people" Reservations-BE. 5 618 Paces Ferry Rd. at River I . Wilson, Spalding, McGregor, Goldsmith Congmtu ations and Spot-bilt, and Converse Footwear to and others THE STUDENTS OF King Sport Wear Reeder and McGaughey, NORTH FULTON HIGH Inc, SCHOOL 52 BROAD STREET, N. W. WA. 8757 EPS! A' LAWRENCE COBB F I1 R N 1 T U R E from 271-273 Marietta Street, N. W. H. H. WRIGHT, President Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. COMPLIMENTS OF A of Atlanta A SPRINGLAKE GARDENS FLORIST VE. 9706 1992 Howell Mill Road, N. W. Atlanta, Georgia Corsages Floral Iewelry Weddings Decorations Funeral Designs Flowers by Wire Gifts Greeting Cards Hospital Orders Open Evenings, Sundays and Holidays Unusual Arrangements By Appointment JACK COHEN, B.S. in Pharmacy JACK'S PHARMACY "Loyal to the Ethier of Pharmacy" We Deliver - Peachtree Hills Telephone CI-Ierokee 0518 8 King Circle COMPLIMENTS OF Mr. J. R. Belsinger COMPLIMENTS Walter Kidde 8z Co. INCORPORATED 101 MARIETTA STREET BUILDING ATLANTA, GEORGIA N. V. CARPENTER, Distric: Manager COMPLIMENTS TWELVE OAKS REHAURANT and DRIVE-IN 1879 Piedmont Road, N. E. HE. 9536 at Buford Highway COMPLIMENTS OF A F R I E N D COMPLIMENTS OF A-6 and A-7 KAMPER'S 608 Peachtree St., N. E., HE. 5000 2939 Peachtree Road, N. E., CH. 1141 0 THE BEST IN FOODS COMPLIMENTS Peachtree Hills Radio- Record Shop First Presbyterian Church Peachtree and Sixteenth Streets REV. WILLIAM V. GARDNER, D.D., Pamor REV. J. DAVISON PI-IILIPs, Am. Pmor Morning Worship . . 11:00 A.M. Vesper Service . . . 5:30 P.M. COctober through Mayl Youth Fellowship Groups 6: 30 P.M. A Coniial Welcome Awaits You COMPLIMENTS OF A F R I E N D Peachtree Road Shop BUCKHEAD'S FINEST SHOP FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN CH. 0481 3104 Peachtree Road, Atlanta, Ga 8LC0 COMPLIMENTS ,, , . . . o E . . . INSURANCE ON ANYTHING INSURABLEU FORSYTH BLDG. WAlnut 5368 x 2 N YVANT ADS l.os'l'-A 5510 bill by a working girl, tied in knot. I . . . . Y o u r Lost-.X seal skin jacket by a girl, with red flannel insides. l.os'l'-A watch by a man, with a cracked face. T E X A C O lfok Rl'1N'l'-.'h 5-rooni house, with private bath, on tar line. D I Fok SAL!-I-A bulldog. Will eat anything. Very fond e a er S of children. The young lady look replaces Yesterday's tomboy casuals. Even in junior Sportswear, there's A soft, Southern belle charm! COMPLIMENTS Harbor Plywood Corp. 9 I . CONGRATULATIONS TO THE g a ' CLASS OF 1948 Y - T E E N S GEORGIA MUNICIPAL BONDS LOCAL SECURITIES J. H. HILSMAN 8z CO., Inc. Citizens and Southern Building Telephone WAlnur 0453 ATLANTA l, GA. ,Xml how about the eflicient expert who put nOn-lxreak- able glass in :Ill the lire :Ilzmn boxes. - 'I'OO many people ilrh for what they want without scrzllI'l1ing fm' il. iivt MR. 0'RlcAk: "joe, what is geometry?" jon KAllI.liR'l'Z "The lillle acorn grew and grew, and one clay woke up and said, 'Geometryl' " J. P. STEVENS ENGRAVING COMPANY o Weddifztg . . Recepfion . . Visiting Cards Monogrammed Stationery Ariisfic Crealfions with fine materials Samples and Prices upon Request o 110 Peachtree St. Established 1874 THE NORTH FULTON CHAPTER NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Mary Beach Lillian Beall Nellie Booth Bette Burks Zena Cate Henry Collinsworth Marilyn Cox Anne Craig Alexis Davison T'1"1"iW Frazer Durrett Eileen Eppelsheimer Margaret Evins Marcia Hubbard Clyde Kennedy Gladys Lamb Neil Mackey Suzanne McCowen Clara Morris Evelyn Owen Betty Power Ann Simpson Richard Smith Barbara Stephenson Pat Thomason Nisbet Toole Alta Waugaman Alice Wight COMPLIMENTS OF SOUTHERN STORES 5003 PEACHTREE ROAD PEACHTREE HILLS SUPER MARKET 10 King Circle, N. E. ATLANTA GEORGIA COMPLIMENTS To those who talk and talk and talk This proverb should appeal: The steam that blows the whistle IVill never turn the wheel. 1-1- NICCRO Al'1'LY1No Fok Jos: "Say, mister, you don't know anybody what wants to hire nobody to do nothin' foah 'em this 1llOI'lllI1', does yuh?" - RALPH L.: "What is home without a mother?" "Well," replied Ann G., "I am tonight." R. S. EVANS AUTOMOBILES WORLD'S LARGEST DEALER C. G. MILLING, Presidcfzt Atlanta -- Miami -- Birmingham -- Columbia -- Greenville "'IHC,.. U46 jfmfli jlnwi 25 North Avenue "Between the Peachtreesn VE. 6661 llll.l,'w li: "Wl1ul cxcr Imculnlc Ol' lllc ll'il'L'u lilllc ll Ill-S: S ml' vlrls Gill' lllw Nlllll. I-cl lllL'Ill Sllllcll up 111141 Nflll lull I-. I llll gcl lllK'lll Oll your ll: S. - lil' W.: "l,illCIll llollcmf' - IIN ll haw bmw is cullccallcll lDl'llL'2llll ll high Ilzll. Y V + NIISS K.-kl.lNXIl.l,I lhcl you llllllxl' llllll lure all mer s lf.: "NO mam, you jllSl IIZIPPCIICKI In wlllk ill fl'0llI . A Potato Chlps and Fritos COMPLIMENTS . . . O F . . . 1 X f LYON'S PHARMACY x X 745 MARIETTA STREET X HERE,S OSCAR TY STOKES O HIGH SCHOOL RINGS ENGRAVED INVITATIONS AND CARDS CAPS AND GOWNS O Tel. VE. 9447 Office, 24 10th Sr., N. W COMPLIMENTS OF ZION FURNITURE APPLIANCE CO. Southern Business Brokers Buy or Sell a Burinerr Anywhere 509 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. ' Cut Flowers ' Pot Plants ' Floral Arralzgemerzls ATLANTA GEORGIA o Comlges HOME OF GLAMOUR PHOTOGRAPHY Special Rates for Students LENAK STUDIOS Inc. 62 Broad Street Atlanta, Georgia 277 S PEACHTREE ROAD, N. E. COMPLIMENTS OF CH. 1168 CH. os 17 Brown Wright Hotel Supply COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS OF OI: SAM'S CLEANERS George D- RODGI' 2591 Peachtree Road Phone CH. 5212 Corporation 0 Peachtree Hills Pharmacy AMERICA'S FINEST GAS RANGES 2505 PEACHTREE ROAD, N. E. VE, 2283 - VE. 2284 We call for and deliver Preicriplionr Motor Delivery Service COMPLIMENTS OF Georgia Dining Room 1026 Peachtree Street AT. 4409 Private Dining Room Available Plantation Dairy Bar lnviter you to try its Quality Fountain Prozlaetr In front of Foremost Dairies 2711 PIEDMONT ROAD It was intermission at thc school dance and CIARm'1.u: "lVc wcrcn't playing marbles. SVC CHIIIP III to l'CSl. L ARB.-SRA D.: ntlztrcylu, I notitctl you and Bill were playing marbles." -t light and I was helping him pick up his teeth. Here's to the young girl from St. Paul, She wore a newspaper dress to the ball. Her dress caught on fire, burned her Entire front page, sport section and all. everybody just had rl Mus. 'l'lfkxlck: "Wl1z1t's the snrest way to keep milk from S0lll'llIg?-l .. ., COMPLIMENTS Wlxkll-1: "Leave ll 1n the cow. qi" . . . O F . . . lfkfxxk 'l'.: "Do you like bathing beauties?" HlI.l, R.: "lJon't know, ain't never bathed any." W R C O X I I 1-11- Slll-1: A'.Xll men are fools." R E A L E S T A T E jfuzx ll.: "Not nie. baby. l'm at buc'belor." C O M P L I M E N T S COMPLIMENTS OF MARVIN ROBERTS . . . O F . . . North Side Pharmacy, Inc. B 0 Y K I N T 0 0 L 8: S U P P L Y C 0 3465 Peachtree Rtl., N. E. CI-Ierokec 4476 U "A Modern Drug Sloren 67 Courtland St., N. E. Phone LA. 84434 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND lligh Museum School of Art PROFESSIONAL COURSES IN ADVERTISING AND FINE ARTS BFA and MFA Degrees Offered SUMMER SESSION: JUNE 14, 1948 WINTER SESSION: SEPT. 7, 1948 Annual Scholarship Contest for High School Graduates Junior Art Classes for Students in Grade School and High School Call or Write for Information HIGH MUSEUMSCHOOL of ART Hemlock 3134- 1262 Peachtree Street, N. E. ATLANTA GEORGIA Webster Co. Garage 7 Ivy Street, N. E. Complete Automotive Service. Body and Fender Repairs, Storage, Gas, Oil LAmar 3431 STANDARD PRODUCTS 0liver Service ATwood 9220 2118 Peachtree Road ATLANTA, Gr:oru:1A Tire 81 Bat. Service - Washing, Polishing, Greasrng llagy's Service Station TIRES, BATTERIES ACCESSORIES Spring 81 Luckie Sts. LAmar 9991 Atlanta, Ga. Established 1916 Fulton Hardware Co. Quality 3087 Peachtree Rd., N. E. Service flunction of Rosfwell Rd.J Phone CHerokee 4293 ATLANTA, GA. Haley-Stewart Electrical Co., Inc. Corner Luckie and Cone Streets ATLANTA, GEortorA PHONE WA 8861 LIGHTING FIXTURES FOR EVERY TYPE HOME GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Crystal Chandeliers Crystal Candelabras Fluorescent Fixtures and Desk Lamps Oil Lamp Reproductions Wrought Iron Fixtures Hurricane Mantel Lamps Fireplace Equipment Table Lamps Electric Fire Logs Figurines Glass Ware Gazing Globes Mirrors Pottery Book Ends Hand Painted Serving Trays We Strive to Please for Those Who Demand Quality Springlake Cleaners 1989 Howell Mill Road HE. 9244 Lady Godiva was some gambler: she put everything she had on a horse. -li- CLIFF R.: "I'vc been thinking it over and 1'vc decided to argue with you." Miss l,l,AS'l'IiRI "It won't do you any goodg I'vc clranged my mind." Compliments of Georgia Bridge and Iron Co. WA. 9727 ATLANTA, GA. -Lili Didja ever hear a mother mountain cull to its young, "Oh Cliff." Lil- "That will be enough out of you," said the milktnaid, as she moved on to the next cow. I .mv .+. mam-I u-v-v-V WAGSTAFF Moron comrnnv, mc. 881 lo 901 SPRING ST. - Corner 8th ' ATwood 2751 AND ONE OF THE SOUTH'S NEWEST AND MOST MODERN AUTOMOBILE ESTABLISHMENTS Complete Service for Your Automobile- BUMPER T0 BUMPER Wholesalers for Chrysler Corporation engineered M0-PAR Parts and Accessories ' Our Station Wagon will take you to your office and bring you back Before You Buy See Your HOTPOINT Dealer for the Good I Points of a All-Electric Kitchen 11ffff'f1fuffL1ffy General Electric Supply Corporation A1'LANTA, UA A Million 0wners A Million Friends PDNTIAC B o o M E R s ll I N E M o T o R s Compliments of D-3 COMPLIMENTS GARDEN HILLS RADIO - RECORD SHOP LE0N9S FASHIONS Click With The Cutest Cuties LEON FROSHIN 225-27 Peachtree COMPVLIMENTS ...OF.... BARKER'S APPAREL FOR MEN AND BOYS 3090 Roswell Road Van Hemen Shim .... Mallory Hats Wade Motor Co. 399 Spring Street, N. W. WAlti11t 6720 SALES AUTHORIZED DEALICH SEliVlCE "Reading maketh a full man" LIBRARY NORTH FULTON HIGH SCHOOL Rhodes Restaurant Air Conditioned Open 11:30 A. M. - 9 P. M. Peachtree Street at Rhodes Center "ARCHITECTS OF Al'l'ETlTES" E. A. BROADWELL, Owmfr Serving Fine Food in Atlanta For 35 Years PHONOGRAPH RECORDS BAlVIE'S, INC. When yon think Of CORSAGES or FLOWERS Think only Of the BEST 60 BROAD ST., N. W. WA. 5776 AT Radios, Radio Services and CO. E'eCffifa1APPlimS 3184 Peachtree Road CH. 2727 YOU NEED .A . . . COMPLIMENTS OF Bowen Service Station 2161 Piedmont Road, N. E. HE. 9264 ,X littlc girl's essay on her hero, Abrztham Lincoln' "llc was hom lfelntiziry I2. 1809 in at cabin he built liitmt-lt." Fred C. Blair, Florist l580 Piedmont Avenue, N. E. 5 fi' ' rq Hs-if t , Lf mi tairliig n A .fllaale-to-.fueaaure Our tailors know their fittings like they know their A B Cs. C U S 62 Peachtree Street-Through to Broad Complimrntr DON GAVAN LUMBER CIIMPANY HE. 2626 MARSH BUSINESS COLLEGE 755 Peachtree St,, N. E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA A private business college of high standing offering eight courses in business training. I-1rrrr'ditr'd by Ihr Alnfrirzzn i4550l'Illli07I of Cornnifrrial Collrgrs. MRS. F. MARSH, President COMPLIMENTS OF THE FOLLOWING FROM Edwin Anderson Richard Averill Billy Cain Hubert Colieltl Guy Dority joe Eberhart Bette Elrod Jane Emanuel Nell Ford William Fowler Charles Hooper Carolyn B-10 David jimmerson Iverson Krogh Elizabeth Ann Mathieu Billy Mitchell Patty Paden Pete Robinson Belle Brunner Smith Sheila Smith Gloria Strickland Maudie Tripp jack Toland Yon COMPLIMENTS OF ?aqeA "The expemizfe look! 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