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

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Fifty years have goneg fifty years are to be. Shaped by science and invention, life in this twentieth century has met many grave problems and experienced numerous social changes. As has been true in each period of our national life, some lasting principles have appeared. Like threads they tie these earlier years to the present. They reach into the future and tie the events of In tomorrow to those of toda y. As we stand - y, o mg back upon principles that have affected the development of our nation and the lives of her citizens, we are proud and ambitious. The past has been good to us. Surely the future will be as kind. at the archway of mid centur lo lc' 4 Senior:-A C'laAAeA 14 tl: le ticA 14ctia7itieA 5 U U T0 Your unfailing efforts, your untiring patience, your ready wit have been an inspiration to us. Your understanding of our problems and your personal interest in our small affairs have made us love you. So it is with appreciation and grati- tude that We dedicate this, the 1950 HI-WAYS, to you, MISS CUE MOSELEY. ,1 7 PAUL D. WEST Superintendent Fulton County Schools WARREN T. JACKSON Principal North Fulton High School at The 14 mini tration We recognize how important is the constant work of the administrative staff and faculty in making our high school years happy and profitable. In presenting these men and women we pay tribute to their work in helping us develop into more useful citizens, and express appreciation for their loyal interest in us. ISABEL S. DEW. E-1 Assistant Principal Counselor .Uatliernalics C. W. O.REAR, C-2 Assistant Principal Counselor Mathematics Wv1LLIABI BRYCE, Coach, Co- ordinator of Industrial Arts for Fulton County. PALYLINE BAKER . , . E-2 Head of English XIYRTLE CALDWELL , .C-1 Head of Social Science BELLE B. COOPER . . , E-4 Head of Science EYELYN E. EWING , . E-3 Head of Language ELIZABETH SENTER . .D-1 Head of ,Uathernatics LIZROY FARCASON . E55 D.C.T. Co-ordinator XVEDDLINCTOX H. KELLH'.D-2 English and Athletics FRANCES WYOOTTEN . .D-3 Social Science MRS. LLEWELLYN CHASE . English EMMA PLASTER . . . English ROBERT S. LOWRANCE, JR. . Music Klfocall M. VERNON Nl-IWBERRY . . Commercial Subjects MRE. JANE B. LEWIS , . . Commercial Subjects WALTPJR STEINI-IOUS . . . Music Klnstrumentalj EDNA C. WADE . . . Social Science F. L. B. WALL . . . Spanish SARA M. HARRELL . . English W. H. TIICKER . , . Social Science CUE MOEELEY . . . English NIILDRICD MIILLINS . . . Social Science MILDRI-:D HUTCHINSON . , Home Economics MRS. BEN MIZCPIFI . . . English C. E. LANc:s'I'ON , . Science Mlss JIM TURNER . . . Home Economic.: ,IENNIE ANDERSON . . , Latin MARY BALLARD ,..... English MRS. GENIEVIEVE WILLIS . , . French EMILY HARVILLE . . . . . Science EDWIN CRANE ....,. Mathematics W. T. SUTTON . . . , Science IJZTHEL MILLER . . . Mathematics B AY TAI LOR .,,,.. Mathematics . D-4 , D-5 . D-6 . D-7 . D-8 . D-9 . C-3 . C-4 . C-5 , C-6 , C-7 . C-8 C-9 B-1 B-2 B-3 B-4 B-5 B-6 B-7 B-8 B-9 B-10 A-1 RI.-XRTHA GENE RANDALL I , . A-2 English and Dramatics FRANK WVALKER ,,.. . A-3 Social Science MRS. FRANCES W. CRAWFORD , , A-4 Home Economics JDSIQRH CI-IESHIRE ..... A-5 Mechanical Drawing ana' Electricity MRS. ANN SPIRES ..... A-6 Mathematics and English NIARGARET WILLIANIS I . . A-7 English and Latin NIILDRED MCCOY ,.4.. A-8 Mathematics and Health Science MRS. CHRISTINE NIINNIX . . .A-9 Health Science MRS. CAROLYN CORR , . A-10 Art JUDITH HUBBARD ..,.. A-11 Drarnatics anil Journalism FREDERICK FUSSELL Health Science ELIZABETH NORMAN English MILDRED NICFALL Social Science CHARLES B. UPSHAW, JR. English NIARY GRUBB Math emalics FRANK .ll-IRNICAN Social Science 31ARY CLARK Librarian ELIZABETH GILLIS Librarian ROLLIN W. TIITTLE, JR. Music llnstrumentalj A N INXS AICLAIN Health Science HARRY TAYLOR Mathematics JICNNIIQ LOVELL Secretary WIIAIYMAN CREAL Industrial Arts MRS. LOUISE NEWMAN Dietitian f X ff? xf WS W x7 jf ' f fsfff , Mi' X v Q 7' , fw Uv S .+C ,Q , 1 f X f 1 Q74 Mvffw X fx , f W ' sff-if f A-f wwf ,, x ,mms , ,M fr jx 'UWM 54 W ff! SN S X s if 3 SSW 3 C - ,fy ef 5 T I bv ,X-1 1 P gl - , WM., A , I L' 1 j n , F X 1,-, fx J Q I I 1 i L A. w ." 1 B i fx: i. 1 f if 1 ' , 5 j Q5 N, Q53'2'::f 'I K if ' L Q M gf "Ni F-X--1 X Li -11 1-P- ix Senivm ALBRIGHT li. ALLEN, T. ALLEN, W. P. ALBRIGHT, EDDIE 2145 Monterey Drive Entered from E. Rivers September '45, B-Team Football '48, '49, Varsity Football '50, Hi-Y Club '49, '50, Marshall '48, '49, '50. ALLEN, TOM I"To To"j 3145 Arden Road Entered from Marist College September '46, Student Council '50, Officers' Club '49, Jr. Civitan Club '49, PASFAV '49, '50, "Scribbler" Staff '50, Varsity Football Manager '50. ALLEN, WALTER PATRICK 3528 Nancy Creek Road, N. W. Entered from Bolton School, September '46, B-Team Football '47, '48, Varsity Football '49, '50, Science Club '49, D.C.T. Club' '50, Officers' Club '49, Red Cross Representative '46, ANDERSON, EDWIN 3477 Lenox Road, N. E. Entered from R. L. Hope '45, C-Team Football '45, B-Team Football '46, '47, Track '47, '50, Letter '50. ARNETT, ANNE 1 . ANDERSON 130 B. Button Road, N. E. Entered from Orlando High, Orlando, Fla. September '49, "Scribbler" Staff '50, French Club '50. ASKREN, LAURA JEANNE 685 Timm Valley Road, N. E. Entered from Rochester Senior High School, Rochester, Minn., September '47, G.A.A. '48, Special Chorus '48, '49, '50, Rabun Gap-Nacoochee Guild '50, Y-Teens '50, Christmas Pageant '48, '49, Tampa Chorus Trip '49, P.T.A. Rep, '49, Madrigaliens '49, French Club '49, '50, "Carmen" '48, Variety Show '48, '49, District Music Festival '48, '49, State Music Festival '48, Honor ' Society '50, Vice-President '50, ARNETT ASKREN l vt f at We BAKER BARNES BAKER, WALTER MARION fTonyj 204 N. Col. Homes Circle Entered from Grady High September '48, Football "B" Team '49, Basketball "B" Team, Varsity Basketball '50, Golf Team '49, '50. BARNES, GEORGE LEVITT KSpider2 2280 Fairhaven Circle Entered from E. Rivers September '44, Hi-Y '49, '50, Officers Club '48, '49, Marshall '50. BARTH, DON 275 Collier Road, N, W., Apt. 38 Entered from Bass High School '49. BIRDSONC, JACK U Route 1, Dunwoody, Ca. Entered from Morgan Falls, September '45, Boys' Chorus '46, Omcers' Club '48 '49 '50' Special Cho '49 ' , , , rus , 50, Best Drilled Private '47, Key Cliib '49, '50, Variety Show '49, '50, Christmas Pageant '49, Christmas Programs '50, Music Festival fDistrict and State! '49, Spring Concert '49, BOWDEN, BOBBY 122 Ridgeland Way, N E Entered from E. Rivers September '45, Hi-Y' '49, '50, Sec'y, Science Club '50, Officers' Club '50, Cross Country Team '50, "Scribbler" Staff '49, Jr. Achievement '49, Red Cross Rep. '46. BRADFORD, JIM 11 Roanoke Ave., N. E. Entered from Waycross Junior High September '45 A g , ' , , , nnual Rep. '46, "B" Team Football '46, '47, Letter '46, '47, Varsity Football '48, '50, Letter '50, Track '49, '50, Letter '49, '50, All-N.C.I.C. Track '49. qi if 1 BIRDSONG BOWDEN 15 Senior BARTH BRADFORD BRADLEY BRADLEY, VIRGINIA ANN 20 Roanoke Ave. Entered from E. Rivers, September '44, Withdrew June '45 Re-entered January '47 from Christ the King, Red Cross '45 Chorus, Christmas Pageant '48, Variety Show '48, B-'Team Basket' ball '49, G.A.A. '47, '48, Emory State Science Fair Award '49 Tallulah Falls '50, Rabun-Gap-Nacoochee Guild '50. BROOKS, BARBARA ANN fliabsl 2637 E. Wesley Terrace, N. E. Entered from E. Rivers, September '45, Red Cross Rep. '46, ,Girl Reserves '46, Swimming Team '46, C.A.A. '47, '48, '49, C.A.A. Board Member '47, '48, '49, Volleyball Team '47, Library Staff '49, "Seribble.r" Rep. '49, Cheerleader '50. BRYANT, .IACK N. 2963 North Fulton Drive Entered from Garden Hills School, September '45, Officers' Club 49, Science Club '49, War Stamp Rep. '45, Red Cross Rep. '45, ,ffffw BUIE, C. MORTON Ulflortl 495 Pharr Road, N. E. Entered from O'Keefe, January '47, Key Club '49, '50, Hi-Y 49, Jr. Civitan '50, Cross Country Track '49, Variety Show '48, 49, '50, Swing Band '48, '49, '50, Annual Rep. '48, '49, PASFAV '48, '49, Orchestra '49, '50, Senior Play '50, 9 1 BULLARD, C. RALPH 3778 Vermont Road Entered from R. L. Hope, September '45, Science Club '49, Letter Club '48, '49, '50, C-Team Football '46, Varsity Basketball '47, '50, B-Team Basketball '48, '49, Varsity Football '47, '48, '49, '50, Varsity Track '48, '49, '50, Hi-Y '50, Freshman Baseball and Basketball '4'6. BUTLER, GAY 122 Rumson Road, N. E. Entered from Garden Hills, September '45, Y-Teens '46, 47, Special Chorus '48, '49 '50, Concert '48, '49, '50, Variety Show '48, '4-9, '50, Red Cross Rep. '49, Annual Rep. '50, PASFAV '49, '50, State Music Festival '48, '50, Fifth District Festival '48, '49, Spanish Chorus '50, "Carmen" '48, G.A.A. '47, '48, BIQIE BULLARD G. BUTLER CAROLYN SCHOEN Jgomfeoa fo me A fm 2830 HABERSHAM ROAD January 27, 1950 17 5 , 'Q' L 1. BUTLER CAL llll'l'LER. JUDSUN IRRY. .lR. 2010 Ml. Paran Rd., N. W. Entered from Marietta High, Seplvrnher '11-85 D.C.'l'. Club 50. CH ANDLER, ROY 3603 Piedmont Road Entered from R L Ho e S l . . p , eptem Jer '453 Model Airplane Club '46g P.T.A. Rep. '48g Track Team '48g "B" Team Football 48 "B" Team Letter '48, Vice-President Science Club '49 Varsity Football '50, Basketball Manager '50g Hi-Y Club '50. CALL, liE'l"l'Y 1938 Plaster Bridge Road, N. W. 1'1ll1f'l'l'll lrmnn Rock Springs School, September '44g Re-entered from Henry Grady September '43, Chorus '44, '45g Red Cross Rep. '50g D.C.T. '50. CLARK, JULIAN flu Jul 138 E. Wesley Road, N. E. Entered from R. 1. Reynolds, Winston-S'l T I I , . dem, N. C., 47 I earn Football 49g Science Club '49, Nominating Committee 49 Jr. Civitan Club '50, Hi-Y '50g Vice-President Sophomore Class '48g National Honor Society '50, Pres. Senior Class '50g Student Cabinet '50, Senio J d ' CANNON, BILLY 5303 Greenland Road, N. E. Entered from Marist, September '49, Hi-Y '50, French Club '50, Oliicers' Club '50g Dramatic Club 'SOQ Senior Play '50, "SCribbler" Staff '50. Entered from O'Keefe, S r u ge, Student Court 50. CLYBURN, JAMES 2113 Howell Mill Road eptember '46, Science Club '50 a sw i , i iiii CHANDLER CLARK 18 CLYBURN f ,V Wm 1 K fwwwwwyffly-, - : , fs 2 1 nav , :mv - A f vw , 4 4 Q f Pio f f f f 5 f 7 F- CORCORAN COUTURE CRAWFORD CORCORAN, ARTHUR L., JR. 3405 Piedmont Road Entered from Onondaga Valley Academy, Syracuse, N. Y., September '46, "ScrLbbler" Rep. '49, P.T.A. '48, "Scribbler" Staff '49, '50, French Club '50, H1-Y '50, Officers' Club '49, Jr. Civitan '50, Circulation Mgr. of "Scribbler" '50 COUTURE, ANITA Mimosa Blvd., Roswell, Ca. Entered from Toccoa High School, September '49. CRAWFORD, PATRICIA ANN IPM! 3058 Peachtree Drive, N. E. , Entered from O'Keefe, September '47, "Scribbler" Staff '48, "Scribbler" Rep 48, Secy Soph. Class 48, First Place Amer. Legion Oratorical Contest '48" Secy Student Body '49, Student Council '49, Student Court, Junior Judge '49' Senior Judge. 50, Marshall '49, '50, Student Cabinet '49, '50, Honor Society '49', Parhamentarian 49, Editor '50 "HI-WAH'S"' Tallulah Falls '50' Rabun Ca - 9 v ' ' 'P' Nacoochee Guild '50 "C " '47 ' t , armen , Special Chorus '48, '49, Christmas Pageant '48, Variety Show '48, '49, Music Room Mural '49, Fla. Concert Tour '49, Quill and Scroll, Who's Who '50, French Club '49, Vice-President '50, R.O.T.C. Sponsor '50, Publicity Chairman Senior Play '50, CREW, WILLIAM fBilll CREWE 657 Morosgo Drive, N. E. Entered from Henry Grady High School, September '49, Hi-Y '50, Oflicers' Club '50, Leader of Crack Drilled Platoon '50, Spanish Club '50, DANIEL, ARTHUR S. 3107 Dale Drive, N. E. Entered from R. L, Hope, September '44, D.C.T. '49, '50, B Team Foot- ball '48, DANIEL, JAMES ALLEN 611 Mabry Road Entered from Hammond, September '45, Baseball Team '48 '49 DANIEL, A. DANIEL, J. 20 DORITY DREGER DORITY, GUY HIRAM 4230 Twin Brooks Road Entered from O'Keefe, September '48, Orchestra '48, '49, '50, String Trio '49, Student Council '50, Officers' Club '50, String Quartette '50, French Club '50. DREGER, GARVIN TAYLOR Kfimmyj 945 Eulalie Road, N. E. Entered from R. L. Hope '45, "C" Team Football '46, Red Cross Rep. '47, Track '48, '49, '50, B Team Basketball '49, Varsity Basketball '50' Varsit 1 Y Football 49, 50, Letter Club '49, '50, Member All NGIC Track Team Cham- pions '4-9. ECHOLS, TED 3982 North Ivy Road Entered from G.M.A., September '47, Varsity Football '49, '50, Letter '50, Track '49, '50, Letter '49, '50, Track All-State, All Region, All NGIC '49, Holder Shot Put and Discus NGIC '49, Special Chorus '48, '49, '50, Variety Show '48, '49, '50, "Carmen" '48, Letter Club '49, '50, Spring Concert '48, '49, '50, Most Valuable Trackman '49, FERGUSON, JOANNE 2590 Acorn Ave. Entered from Hyde Park High, Chicago, Ill., September '48, Special Chorus '49, Band '50, Orchestra '50, Clarinet Quaretette '50, Y-Teen '49, '50, C.A.A. '49, National Honor Society '50, French Club '50, Swimming Team '49, Corresponding Secretary of National Honor Society '50, "HI-WAYS" Staff '50. FICKLING, GAIL 391 Herrington Drive, N. E. Entered from Andrew Mellon, Jr. High School, Pittsburgh, Pa. April '4-T, Y-Teens '48, "Scribbler" Staff '48, '49, Annual Rep. '48, '49, Delegate Ga. Press Conference '49, Student Council '50, Senior Play '50, French Club. FIELDS, CHARLES Roswell, Ca. Entered from Roswell High, September '47, D.C.T. Club '50. ..g.,.....l'., FERGUSON FICKLING 21 if ECHOLS FIELDS YXLBER FILRER, LUCY 55 Delmont Drive, N. E. Entered from Carden Hills. September '45, Rabun Cap- Na coochee Guild '47, i4-8, '49, Tallulah Falls '49, '50, Vice-President 50, Dramatic Club '50, 'iScribbler" Rep. '50, jr. Manager Basket- ball '48, '4-9, Senior Manager '50g Red Cross Rep. l49g Nutrition Aide l50g PASFAV '49, Make-up Assistant for Dramatic Club Play '50, Physical Ed. Assistant '4-7. FITCH, VENICE JACQUELINE 4-4177 ,lett Road Entered from Liberty Guinn September '45 C A A '48 '- , 4.5 . . .' gD.C.'l'. Club '50, Annual Rep. '50, FORD. JOSEPH MANN 14100 West Paces Ferry Road Entered from Carden Hills, September '4-5g C-Team Football '46, B-Team Football '47, ,483 Varsity Football '49, '50, Letter '50, Red Cross Rep. '48, Officers' Club '4-85 Marshall '50, S,-YYCH YQRD FOSTER, CHARLES C. Roswell, Ga., Box 4-3 Entered from Roswell Grammar School, September '45, Officers Club '4-9. CLISSON, MARY 55 Delmont Drive, N. E. Entered from Maplewood High School, St. Louis, Mo., September '48g Varsity Girls, Basketball '4-9' PASFAV '49 '50' T ll l h 1 Q a 3 U 3 Falls '50, Nutrition Aide '50g Cheerleader '50, Rabun Cap- N h C 'ld '. ' ' acooc ee ui 50, Annual Representative 550, Who's Who '50, Student Marshall '50g May Queen '50. COE, WILLIAM EMANUEL f"Bill,'j 2976 Dale Drive, N. E. Entered from C.M.A., September ,483 Hi-Y ,50. FOSTER GLISSON GOE s PAT CRAWFORD JULIAN CLARK mmf fQ,,,,b,f,,,, 23 eww' ooOU50N GOODSON,DORISCAROL 3082 Goodwin Road, N. E. Entered from R. L. Hope, September '45, Witlidrew lVliiTl'll, '46' Re-entered September '47 from N' ' " , apsonian, Scribbler" Rep. '48, Annual Rep. '48, G.A.A. '47, Nutrition Aide '49, Sec'y, Red Cross Rep. '49, PASFAV '49, '50, Treasurer '50, National Honor Society '49, '50, Corresponding Sec. '49, Recording Sec. '50, Nominating Committee '49, "lil-WAYS" Stall '50, Tallulah Falls Circle '50, Student Council Rep. '50, Rabun-Gap-Nacoochee Guild '50, Vice-President '50, Vice-President Senior Class '50, Jr. Achievement '50, Who's Who '50, Student Court '50, Cos- tumes Senior Play '50, GORDON, BASIL DAVID f"Buddy"j 2148 Fairhaven Circle, N. E. Entered front E. Rivers, September '45, Model Airplane Club '45, Annual Rep. '45, Red Cross Rep. '46, Rer Cross Council '47, Varsity Football Mgr. '49, Letter Club '49, '50, Officers' Club '49, D.C.T. '50, Nutrition Aide '49, Hi-Y '49, '50, GRANT, CHARLES f"Chiclfen"j 1944 Ardmore Road, N. W. Entered from Henry Grady, November '48, B-Team Basketball '49, Varsity Baseball '49 '50' V ' , , arsity Football '50, Letter '50, "Scribbler" Rep. '50, Senior Play '50, Marshall '50, GRANT GORDON GUNSOLUS, LAWRENCE de WITT 45 Delmont Drive, N. E. Entered from Garden Hills, September '45, Special Chorus '49, '50, Spring Concert '49, '50, Christmas Pageant '49' Christ- mas Program '50, PASFAV '49 , , Florida Concert Tour '49, Dis- trict Music Festival '49, Hi-Y '50. GWIN, JOHN fLigl1tningJ 356 Pinetree Drive, N. E. Entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, Withdrew '47, Re- entered '48, Red Cross Rep. '45, Annual Rep. '46, "Scrib Rep. '47. bler" HANCOCK, VIRGINIA V301 3099 Peachtree Drive, N. E. Entered Se t '46 f p. rom Bearclen Jr. High School, Knoxville Tenn., Student Council Rep '48' Annual R , ep. '48, '49, G.A.A. '48, '49, "Scribbler" Staff '49, Y-Teens '48, '49, Monitor '48, 49, National Honor Society '49, '50, Pres. and Parliamentarian '50, Tallulah Falls '50, Rabun Gap-Nacoochee Guild '50, Annual Staff '50, Spanish Chorus '50, PASFAV '49, '50, Who's Who '50, Jr. Achievement '50' Hon R I . , or ol 10 quarters, D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award '50, Prompter, Senior Play '50. 7 GUNSOLUS GWIN 24 I HANCOCK O A 'A 5 N K4 , ' 5 J ' " X u vw a sir? -,M 1 lg' w X Rh X 5 'h .4 ' G w 1 k W, -3 W , . Ig gg, X. . s. , x g , vw Q 'L - M- .5 x ' K Q .Q V iw xg 1 Y It Y 1 , X X wx' N S Q I X ' .1 Q1 A5 .fi 1 YQ A .af ' ,X - X.-N-may K as ww N. 4 W irflg .Mx . Mom..-. wwmxwg - X - . -Q ...ri -wr Q, if Q 5' 'fn ,- s a, 1 ,4v"' Q, 5 K .. Q ,xQg..,, . X s A we , xx s XX wa. HARDEMAN 5 9 C 5 X I f If X f 1' J HAROLD HART HARDEMAN, WILLIAM CHARLES 5901 Roswell Road, Dunwoody, Ca. Entered from Liberty-Guinn '45, HAROLD, ROBERT GLEN f"Bob"j Colonial Terrace Hotel Entered from R L Hope September '45' Model Air lan Cl b '46 ' . . , - , p e u , 47, ii-Team '49, HART. THOMAS LAMAR 2546 Cheshire Bridge Road Entered from R. L. Hope, September '45, Model Airplane Club '46, Science Club '49, '50, HARTRAMPF, CARL R., JR. 4250 Twin Brooks Road, N. E. Entered from Marietta High, Marietta, Ga., September '47, Rifle Team '49, '50, National Honor Society '50, Hi-Y '49, '50, Pres. '50, Key Club '50, Jr. Civitan '49, '50, PASFAV '50, Science Club '49, '50, Letter Club '50' Lt Lol. R.O.I'.C. '50, Officers' Club '50, Cross Country '49, '50, Student Coimcil Rep. '49, f , 'vi ,S t .bg W, Wat, ,f 4 2. HARTRAMPF HATCHER, MICHAEL 5 Collier Road Entered from Mt. Bethel School, Marietta, Ga., in September '45, Science club '49, HAYSLIP, WARD CLYDE f"Haywire"l 1323 West Peachtree, N. E. Entered from Boys' High, September '47, Officers' Club '50, Science Club '49. HATCHER HAYSLIP 5' A If 26 HOLBERT HUDSON HOLBERT, RUTH ANN 1973 Northside Drive, N. W. Entered from Halls High, Fountain City, Tenn., September '49, "HI-WAX'S" Staff '50, Pre-employment Training '50. HUDSON, WALLACE E. 963 Fernclifl Road, N. E. Entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, Public Address System, '45, '46, '47, '48, '49, '50, Motion Picture Oper. '45, '46, '47, 48, '49, '50, Model Airplane Club '4-5, '46, '47, PASFAV '47, '48, "SCribbler" Staff '49, '50, "HI-WAX'S" Staff '50, Dramatics Club '50, ,lunior Achievement '49, '50, Radio Club '49, Flying Club '50, Under Class Play-Stage '50, Stage Manager '46, '47, '48, '49, Senior Play '50, Quill and Scroll '50. JENKS, EMORY 2160 Candler Road, Brookhaven, Ca. JENKS Entered from Bass Jr. High, September '47, Pres. Soph. Class '48, Pres. Jr. Class '49, Pres. Student Body '50, Varsity Football '48, 49, '50, Letter '48, '49, '50, Varsity Basketball '48, '49, '50, Letter '48, '49, '50, Varsity Base- ball '48, '49, Letter '48, '49, Letter Club '48, '49, '50, Student Council Rep. '48, '49, P.T.A. '49, Nat. Honor Society '49, '50, Treasurer '50, Who's Who '50, Ad Club '50. JOHNSON, PATRICIA ANN 2261 Lindmont Circle, N. E. Entered from Tubman High School, Augusta, Ga., September '49, Dramatic Club '50, Red Cross Rep. '50, Spanish Glee Club 50, PASFAV '50, "Scribbler" Staff '50, Student Council Rep. '50, Quill and Scroll '50. JOINER, SIDNEY 148 Ridgeland Way, N. E. Entered from Sylvania High, Sylvania, Ga., January '49, D.C.T. Club '49, '50. JONES, LINDSEY 4 East Wesley Road, N. E. Entered from Garden Hills, September '44, Annual Rep. '47, '48, Officers' Club '49, PASFAV 49, '50, Science Club '50. 4. Ymmxtcnm JOINER M 2' JONES, L. 1 - xv. A- . Y MHNV5' we ,USTUQR .l ONES. W. A. f"lfl'llyw2 KNIGHT, BILL K"Fussy,,l 4946 N. Silll' llfivf' 275 Collier Road, Apt. 4-0 Entered from Garden llills, Sl'lllPIIllli'I' '45g l'ASl7.'XV '48, '11-93 Entered from O'Keefe ,lr. Higll, September 'll-53 Varsity Basket SCil'llf'l' Clllll .493 Bdllflulll Ffmlltilll .4432 ll.fl,'l'. '50, ball '4-85 B-Team Football '49, Basketball '49, Varsity Football '50 KNIGHT, GRETCHEN ALLEN KELLY, JACK 472 E. Paces Ferry Road, N. E. 3984 N. Stratford Road, N, E, Entered from Garden Hills, September 745g Basketball '48, '49g Entered lll'0Ill Grady. February '49, Baseball '49, Volleyball lim' ,493 Balm Gap'NaC00Chee ,47, '48, ug' 7505 Tallulall Falls 748, 74-9, '50, Pres. '50, PASFAV 48, ,49g C.A,A '48, '49g lnbrmary Asst. 34-7g "Scribbler,' Rep. '47'g May Court '50 KISTLER. CHARLES AARON. JR. KOONTZ, JOY GRACE 2681 Brookwood Drive, N. E. 4072 N- IVY Road, N- E- Entered from O'Keefe Jr. High, September 'fl-T3 PASFAV '49, Eflfefed ffffm MOFSHU Park High, Chiwgfh Ill-, September '47s S03 Sf-ipnpg Club '49, '50, "Carmen'i '48, Military Sponsor '4-9. B. KNIGHT G, KNIGHT KOONTZ 28 G aff MN WWV, RLSSELL STANLEY CAROL GOODSON mmf y mmf 9 8 Kttoutt, .t. IVIQRSON, Jlt. LAMDIN, PATRICIA ANNE Alpharetta, Ca. 212 Bolling Road, N. E. lfntered from Milton High. S1?Illt'IIllH'!' 'fl-5: Withdrvw l7vc-vit: lintervd from ,lohn Corrie Jr. High, Jacksonville, Fla J ln-r 48g He-etttc-rml heptelnlwr 49. PASFAV '48, '49g Nutrition Aide '50. KYl"l'.X, lfll f"Kip"l 711 Gladstone lload , 7 1f:lllPl'f'll front Alice Deal .l1'. High, Wasllillgttmtt, D. C., Scpteinher lfANlJ' HENH1 '45g Science Cluh '48, '4-9g Motion Picture Operator '47, '48g 1065prU1ll5Pf111gH0Hd Jr. ,Mhievement '50. lintered lront Liberty Guinn, September '44Q Withdrew 416 is--egtelredl 486 lJ:E.T. '50, 60-Word Shorthand Certificate '58 or yping erti cate. KYSEH, HELEN 1132 Virginia Ave. Entered from O'Keefe, September '4Tg Tallulah Falls '50g l"bun Gap-Nacoochee '50g G.A.A. '48, V195 PASFAV '49, '50g , llgd Cross Rep. '48g "ScribbIer" Rep. '49g Annual Rep. '50q Senior LAUIJE' KEITH DODDS Play '50g Student Marshall '50g Nominating Committee '50g Let- 6849 P6aChlfe'f'DUnW00dY Road ter 15.15. '50g Ad Clubg May Court '50g Who's Who '50, Entered from O'Keef ,l ' ' ' e, anuary 48, Flying Club '50, Le-UIDIN LAN D 30 LA UBE ,X if WW WW ,, f E if Q MARY GLISSON KENNETH NIALSBERGEH Qdeffiedf EM Olga ing 31 LEONARD LIDDELL LLOYD LEONARD, JERRY PARKER 2675 Acorn Avenue Entered from Ducan University of Fletcher Jacksonville Fla Februar '47 Q v -Q Y 3 B-Team Football '49g Letter '49, Senior Play '50, LIDDELL, DREW CHESHIRE 3003 Roxboro Road, N. E. Entered from R. L. Hope, September '45g C-Team Football '46, Red Cross Rep. '473 B-Team Football '47g PASFAV '48g Marshal '48, Varsity Football '48, '49. '50, Letter Club '49, '50, junior Achievement '50, Hi-Y '50g Region 4AA All-star tFootballt '50, Pres. School Bank '50g Track Mgr. '50, LLOYD, CHARLES ALVIN 5188 Roswell Road Entcrctl from Liberty-Cuinn. September '45, Science Club '49, '5O. LUKE, ROSCOE EARL Bosky Dell, Roswell Entered from O'Keele Junior High, September '47, Red Cross Rep. '49, '50g Officers' Club '50. LUKE MABRY, JIMMIE 1 Lake Shore Circle, N. E. Entered from Rock Springs Grammar School, September, '45, D.C.T. '50. MALLOY, GORDON 23 Demorest Avenue, N. E, Enterel from Woodlawn High, Birmingham, Ala., Dec. '45, Varsity Foot- ball '47, '48, '49. '50g Letter '47, '48, '49, '50g Track '47, '48, '49, '50g Letter Club '47, '48, '49, '50, All City 48, '49g All N.G.I.C. '49' All R U' , ebion, 4AA, 495 All State, Class AA, '49g All N.C.I.C. Track '47, '49g All State Track '49g All Region Track '49. MABRY MALLOY 32 e MALSBERGER B, MARTIN MALSBERGER, KENNETH 599 E. Wesley Road . Entered from Leon High, Tallahassee, Fla., September '45, Football '47, 48, '49, '50-3 Letter '48, '49, '50, Co-Captain '50, Most Valuable Lineman '50, Basketball '47, '48, '49, '50, Letter '47, '48, '49, '50, Baseball '4-8, '49, Letter '48, Who's Who '50. MARTIN, BARBARA ALLEE 59 Park Circle Entered from Henry Grady High, February '48, PASFAV '49, '50, Spanish Chorus '50, Y-Teens '49, '50, Rabun Gap-Nacoochee Guild '50, Secretary '50, "HI-WAYS" Staff '50, Special Chorus '50, Spring Concert '49. MARTIN, WALTER HUGH Carpenter Drive Entered from Hammond, September '44, D.C.T. Club '50. W. MARTIN MCBRIDE, DOROTHY JANET 187 Interlochen Drive Entered from Burlingame High School, Burlingame, Calif., September '48, Honor Roll All Quarters, Super Honor Roll, two quarters, Y-Teens '49, Science Club '49, "HI-WA!'S" Staff '50, Red Cross Representative '50, Spanish Chorus '50, PASFAV '50, National Honor Society '49, '50, Treasurer '50, Prop- erty Mistress Senior Play '50. MCCLURE, GENE Route 10, Atlanta Entered from Woodstock, Ga., September '46, Ollicers' Club '50, Nutrition Aide '49, '50, Baseball Mgr. '50. MCCUTCHEN, PLEASANT THEODORE f"Tezi"j 3624 Kingsboro Road, N. E. Entered from R. L. Hope, September '45, Hi-Y '48, '49, '50, Vice-President of State Y.M.C.A. '50, PASFAV '49, '50, Science Club '49, '50, Junior Civitan Club, Sec'y and Treas. '50, Oiiicers' Club '48, '49, Student Court '50, Hi4Y Minstrel '50. McBRIDE Mc CLUR E 33 McCUTCHEN SS'-1 at t lv rv ' "riff ' w ' 5 MED? B NHCHAEL MXSSUDXN MEDFORD, HARGRETT WESLEY 3853 Lake Forrest Drive Entered from Ruth N. Upson High, Jacksonville, Fla., September '44-g Rerentered from Cordon Military College, September '46g PASFAV '4-9, '50, Stamp Rep. '46, Christmas Pageant '49. MICHAEL, RUSSELL WAYNE f"Mike"j 2788 Peachtree Road, N. E. Enterel from Episcopal High, September '4-8, French Club '4-9, Student Council '50, B-Team Basketball '49. MISSILDINE, ADELE 2535 Forest Way, N. E. Entered from Russell High, November '48, Y-Teens '50. MOBLEY, JO ANN 2829 Alpine Road! Entered from E, E. Byrd High, Shreveport, La., September '48g Red Cross '49, Varsity Basketball '49, '50, French Club '4-9 Sec'y and Treas. '50, Science Club '4-9g Y-Teens '50, Rabun Gap: Nacoochee Guild '50. MOORE, JAMES 4929 Roswell Road Entered from Liberty Gwinn, September '45g Nutrition Aide '50, NELSON, CHARLIE 565 E. Wesley Road, N. E. Entered from Garden Hills, September '4-5, Movie Projector Operator '49, Hi-Y '49, '50, Varsity Football Manager '50, MOBLEY Mooize NELSON VIRGINIA HANCOCK RALPH BULLARD mmf Ifinaemdn umvsearvl 9 4 oLDHAM NEWBERRY, METTAUER KENNE PALMER, HENRY GEORGE 324 E. Paces Ferry Road 275 Collier Road, N. W., Apt. 36 Entered from Tech High. September '46g Letter Club '47, '48g Entered from O'Keefe Junior High School, September '47, Latin Othcers' Club '48, D.C.T. Club '50. Club '48, B-Team Football '48, Varsity Football '49, '50g Letter '49, '50g B-Team Basketball '49g French Club '49, '5Og Hi-Y '50, Junior Civitan '49, '50, National Honor Society '49, '50, Honor Roll Ten Quartersg Super Honor Roll Two Quarters, Junior Achievement '50, "HI-WAY577 Staff '50, Library Staff '49, Who's Who '50. QLDHAM, JACQUELYN ANN fffj,,,ke,'j PAYNE, MARIAN PATRICEA K"Pan'7 857 Woodley D1-ive, N, W, 1132 Virginia Avenue, N. E. Entered from Scott High School, Toledo, Ohio, September '4-9. Entered from O'K9CfC, September ,473 BHSk6ll9-all '43, '49, ,509 Letter '49, '50, PASFAV '49, '50, Student Council '49, Rabun Gap-Nacoochee Guild '50g Tallulah Falls '50g G.A.A. '48, '49, '5Og Honor Athlete Medal '49, '50, Rifie Team '48, Senior Play '5Og Al1N.G.I.C. '50, PETERSEN, RICHARD EDWIN K"Dick"1 CVNEILL, MILDRED 585 Martina Drive, N. E. 219 Redding Road Entered from R. L. Hope, September '45g Offi ' C Entered from McMain High School, New Orleans, La., January Sc' C ' ' ' '48. cers lub '49, ience lub 49, PASFAV 48, '50, Red Cross Rep. '46g Senior Play '50, I L+-.L X PALMER PAYNE Q12 PETERSEN HENRY PALMER BARBARA SHAW EM .gzmfenlb PHILLIPS PYRON RADEBAUGH PHILLIPS, BILL 204 Tobey Road Chamblee G 9 7 a- Entered from Chamblee, September '48, PYRON, CHARLES REX f"Zukie"j 861 Mt. Paran Road, N. W. Entered from R. L. Hope, September '44, Oflicer's Club '48, Spanish Club '48, Marshall '48, '49, '50, C-Team Football '46, Letter Club '4-8, '49, '50, Baseball Mgr. '49, Varsity Football '47, '48, '49, '50, Alt. Capt. '49, Co-Capt. '50, RADEBAUCH, DIANE 99 Peachtree Memorial Drive, N. W., Apt. B-2 Entered from Messick High, Memphis, Tenn., October '47, "Carmen" '47, Special Chorus '48, 5th District Festival '48, State Festival '48' Christmas Pageant '47' Variety Show '48 F , , rench Club '48, '49, c.A.A. '48, G.A.A. Board Member '48, Library Assistant '49, '50. RANDOLPH, ROBERT LEE 1856 Ardmore Road, N. W. Entered from E-Rivers, September '45, Varsity Football '48, '49, '50, Letter '49, '50, B-Team Basketball '49, Marshall '48, '4-9, Tennis Team '48, RARY, VIRGINIA ANN 3262 Northside Drive Entered from Bolton '45, Dramatic Club '50, Tallulah Falls '50, Basketball '4-7, '48, '49, '50, Basketball Letter '47, '48, '49, '50, Most Valuable Player '49, .Iunior Achievement '50, Cheerleader '49, '50, Capt. Cheerleader '50, Honor Athlete Medal '48, '49, '50, Ollice Staff '50, Rifle Team '48, Commercial Club '48, Red Cross Rep., Capt. Girls' Basketball '50, Senior Pla '50 B.B. Team '50. y , Capt. RAWSON, WILLIAM C. f"Butch"j 37 Palisades Road Entered from Episcopal High, September '48. RANDOLPH Z RARY RAWSON 38 RENTZ ROBERTSON RENTZ, WILLIAM O. 110 Ridgeland Way, N. E. E ,48 ntered frorn E. Rivers, September '45, C-Team Football '46, B-T 1 '47, , 49, Varsity Track 47 48 49 '50' French Club '50 Olii ' elim , , , , , cers Club '49, Marshall '49, Student Council '46. ROBERTSON, ED 672 East Paces Ferry Road Entered from R. L. Hope '43, The Pen-Pushers '50. ROBINSON, PATSY 33 Park Circle Entered from .l M Culver Evansville lnd Se t b ' ROBINSON . . , , ., p em er 46, Vice-Pres. Stu- dent Body '50, Vice-Pres. Junior Class '49, Sec. Senior Class '50, Varsity Basketball '49, '50, Cheerleader '49, '50, Co-Captain '50, Tallulah Falls, Sec'y. '50, Rabun Gap '49, '50, French Club '49, '50, G.A.A. '48, Treasurer '49, '50, "Scribbler" Staff '48, Football Queen '50, Nat'l Honor Society, Sec'y '50, Student Council '50, Student Cabinet '50, Co-Capt. Basketball Team '50, Senior Play '50, Who's Who '50, Co-Capt. Basketball '50. RUMPH, ANN 1766 W. Paces Ferry Road Entered from E. Rivers, September '45, PASFAV '48, '49, Volley Ball Team '48, Nutrition Aide '50, Infirmary Ass't. '50, G.A.A. '47, '48, '49, SAUSSY, CHARLES f"RadcliH"2 Route 1, Mt. Vernon Road, Dunwoody Entered from Georgia Military Academy, September '46, SCHOEN, CAROLYN LLOYD 2830 Habersham Road Entered from Washington Seminary January '48' PASFAV '48 '49' P.T.A. Rep. '49g Science Club '49, Tallulab Falls '50,'Infirmary Ass't '50, Dra- matic Club '50. RUMPH SAUSSY 39 SCHOEN smSE SEASE, PETER fljetel 3137 Arden Road, N. W. Entered from Chestertown High School. Chestertown, Md., September '47, Ass't Coach "B" Team '48, '49, '50, Varsity Swimming Team '49, Annual Rep. '49, Officers' Club '49, Dad's Club Rep. '50, Student Court '49. SHAW, BARBARA COOMBS 3051 Peachtree Drive, N. E. Entered September '48 from Woodrow Wilson High School, Wasllingttiti, D. C., Monitors' Club '49, '50, Y-Teens '49, G.A.A. '49, Rep. at Georgia Girls' State '49, National Honor Society '49, '50 tProgram Chairman '50l, French Club '49, '50 tPresi- dent '50t, Super Honor Roll all quarters but one, Rabun Cap Guild '50, Business Manager '50 "HI-WAX'S"Q Swimming Team '49, Who's Who '50. SMITH, ANNIDA 317 Delmont Drive, N. E. Entered from Carden Hills, September '45, P.T.A. Rep. '46, '50, Red Cross '47, Library Assistant '47, Rabun Gap-Nacoochee '47, '48, '49, Tallulah Falls '50, Nutrition Aide '50, Science Club '49, C.A.A. '47, '48, '49, PASFAV '48, '49. X-so SH AW SMYYH SPICER, ROLE LEWIS 2111 Howell Mill Road, N. W. Entered from Quantico Post High School, Quantico, Va., Sep- tember '47, Science Club '49, '50, Officers' Club '49, STANLEY, RUSSELL 232 Lindbergh Drive Entered from Henry Grady, September '48, Hi-Y '49, '50, .lr. Civitan tPres. '50t, Treasurer of Sr. Class '50, Cross Country Team '50, Student Council Rep. '50, National Honor Society Pres. '50, "Scribbler" Staff '49, Red Cross Rep. '49, PASFAV '49, '50, Science Club '49, '50, Jr. Achievment '49, Who's Who '50, Senior Play '50. STEGALL, BENJAMIN IRVING 77 Peachtree Hills Ave., N. E. Entered from Baldwin Jr. High School, Montgomery, Ala., March '47, Jr. Civitan '50, Hi-Y '50, Monitor's Club '49, '50 tTreas. '50J, Latin Club '48, "Scribbler" Staff '50. SPICER STANLEY STEGALL ,f 1 HELEN KYSER CHARLIE PYRON mmf Qlfigilfld stew WY STEWART, ROSCOE ELNER f"li'urf1ly"j 3061 Peachtree Drive, N. E. Entered from Cordon Military College, September '46. STONE, CHARLES MYRRAY "St.onecrest" R. F. D. No. 1, Norcross, Ca. Entered from Lilburn High School, September '47, Chorus '48, '49, Band '49, '50, State Music Festival '47, Fifth District Music Festival '48, '49, lnstrumental '49, '50, Band trip to Washington '50, Science Club '49, '50, Firing Squad '48. TAFFEE, VEOLA f"Vee"j 1349 Sheridan Road Entered from O'Keefe, September '47, C.A.A. '48, '49, C.A.A. Rifle Team '48, Volley Ball Team '48, srONE 1 'lb TAYYE THOMAS, WILLIAM BASCOM 1661 Cross Keyes Drive, S., Apt. 8 Entered from O'Keefe lr. High, September '47, PASFAV '49 50, Science Club '49, Student Council '50. ' TRUNDLE, ROBERT f"Bob"j , 46 Rumson Way Entered from Carden Hills, September '45, "C" Team Football '46, "B" Team '48, Letter '48, Track '48, '49, '50, Letter '49, 50, Freshman Baseball '46, PASFAV '48, Pres. Nutrition Aides '49, "Scribbler" Staff '49, Letter Club '49, '50, Red Cross Rep. '50, Dramatics '50, Senior Play '50. v TUCKER, ANNE 4088 Wieuca Road, N. W. Entered September '48 from Washington Seminary Red Cross 49, Rabfun Gap-Nacoochee Guild '49, '50' science Club '50' C.A.A. '50, Y-Teens '49, '50, Second Place Winner Science Fair '50. THOMAS TRUNDLE 42 TUCKER ? WZ? wp- M ff If X W,,,,, ,V BARBARA BROOKS CARL.HARTRAMPF mmf Clgga VAN DELDEN I x 'Yi' S2557 1' X' wks' t3?.'kt t i - w ox ', VN ., 3? 'ff W , we P- ,fa-.a fill? efi-iw, . ,,. .av 9- "" n 1 . I f - 45,1 a T", 5 "' VANN WAITES van DELDEN, ELAINE 3051 Dale Drive, N. E. Entered from Maine Township High School, DesPlaines, Ill., Sept. '47, C-Teens '48, Honor Athlete '49, PASFAV '49, '50, "ScribbIer" Stall' '49, Tennis Team '49, Office Staff '50, C.A.A. '48, '49, '50, Letter '48, '49, '50, Voted most valuable player '50, Senior Play '50, Basketball '48, '49, '50. VANN, CARL LAWRENCE 198 Colonial Homes Drive, N. W. Entered from Carden Hills, September '4-5, Football, C-Team '47, B-Team '48, Varsity '49, '50, Basketball B-Team '48, '49, Letter Club '48, '50, Scribblef' Rep. '48, Dramatic Club '50, Red Cross Rep. '48, Senior Play '50. WAITES, GEORGE WILLIAM 831 Belle Meads Ave., N. W. Entered from E. P. Howell, September '45, Cross Country , , Www ' WHITE Track Team '50, Christmas Pageant '47'. WHITE, GLADYS .IIMMIE LEE 2926 Lookout Place, N. E. Entered from Garden Hills, September '45, Red Cross Rep. '47, G.A.A. Club '48, Semi-L.K..I. Club '49, D.C.T. Club '50, "Scribbler" Rep. '50. WILKIE, LEE COLDSMITH f"Buda'y"j 3311 W. Shadowlawn Ave., N. E. Entered from R, L. Hope, September '45, B-Team Football '48, Varsity Football '50, Student Marshall '49. WILLCOXON, CLEVELAND 3391 Habersham Road Entered from E. Rivers '45, P.T.A. Rep. '48, PASFAV '49, '50, Varsity Football Manager '50, R.O.T.C. Sgt. '48, WILKIE p WILLCOXON 44 WILLIAMS WILLIAMSON WILLIAMS. .IACQLELINE f"Jackie"2 274 Alberta Drive, N. E. ,Entered from Henry Grade High, September '48, Rabun Cap- Nacoochee Guild '50, Y-Teens '50, "HI-WIAX'S" Stalf '50' Student Council Rep "0 'Adu C . 5 , 1 ' lub '50, Typing Award '50, Shorthand Award '50, May Court '50. WILLIAMSON, WILLIAM BENTO N 3115 W. Shadowlawn .Avenue Entered from G.M.A. '46, Rifle Team '48, '49, IVYCKOFF, HERBERT ALLEN fi'Herb"J 208 Hughes Street, Smymna, Ga. Entered from R. L. Hope School. September '43, Variety Show 47, Swing Band '47, Marshall '49, Student Council Rep. '49, "Scribbler" Rep. '50, Yarsity Football Manager '50, Letter Club 50, "HI-WAYS" Staff '50, Senior Play '50, STROH, MADELINE 976 North Cliffe Drive Entered from Sidney Lanier High, Montgomery, Ala., September '48, Semi L.K..I. Club '49, Typing Award '49, Dramatic Club '50, BRACY, JOHN CHARLES Uackl 4-17 Deering Road N. W. Entered from Bloom Townihip High School, Chicago, Ill., February 13, 1950. CULLEY, BAYNE, JR. 248 Springdale Drive, N. E. Entered from Christ the Kinf' School Se temb '45 - g , p er' ,Red Cross Rep. '46, B-Team Football '46, Varsity Football '47, '48, '49, Letter '48, '49, Annual Rep. '48, Marshall '49, Manager Basketball Team '49, Baseball Team '48, Track Team '49, N.G.I.C. Football '49, 4-AA Region Football '49, All-Star Foot- ball Team '49. SCHOEN, GABRIEL fBudl 3522 Piedmont Road s f' Tw,-S. 9. Ia l' ' ' WY GKUW 3' Entered from Riverside Military Academv '45 Withd ' . - , 1 Q rew 4-9, Re-entered '50, Model .Airplane Club '46, Student Council '47, CULLEY SCHOEN BRACX Q us 'a O 1 ws .J"'! 0 ff vwffefygff-eww-fm , wwf VV CLASS S ,diffigft O' mf fix D ig XX Q-1 9 f x ?l-mln. Svpln J if JUNIOR OFFICERS Claire Slliver, Vice-l'res.g llilly Milelic-ll, Plc Dean Tmxmfll, 'l'reus.g Suv Davis. Sm-Gy. SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Danny Almond, Pres.g Babs Derr, Vice-Pres.g Beverly Browder, SeC'y.g Charles Johnson, Treas. Ylnderclm Ufficer FRESHBIAN OFFICERS Dick Johnson. Pres.: Richard Newton. Yice-Pres.: Marguerite McDaniel. Seey: Joe Murphy. Treaa. EICHTH GRADE OFFICERS Jeanne Springer, Pres.g Clare Whitneld, Vice-Pres.g Barbara Robert Sec'yg Bill Baker, Treas. 4R D-I Left to right. ron' one: Dot Harris, Peggy Braswell. Mar- garet Vaughn. Betty Baird. Patsy Paden, Pat Lee. Mabel Batho. Ron' tzro: John Adams. Ray Lowe. Gail Benton. Belle Smith. Nancy Bentley, Ethelind Roberts, Gardiner Mason. Jack Boyet. Ron' three: Warren Sams. Jack Cole- burn. Bill Jacobsen. Carter Bullard. Harwood Holland, Lee McConnell, Coleman Yickers. John English, Dan Springer. Ron' four: Charles Davis. Billy Mitchell, Jack Letts. Ralph Force. Kenneth Thompson. Miss Senter, .Yot in picture: Adrienne Armistead. David Merritt. D-2 Left to right. row one: Anne Holcombe, Yivia Richardson. Betty Elrod, Carol Mercer, Marilyn Mills, Barbara Sams, Juliette Morgan. Row two: Christi Wilkerson, Suzanne Springer, Enid Brooks, Joyce Mason, Mary Kay Creal, Charlotte Hawkins. Patti Murray. Joe Ragan. Row three: W. C. Mitchell, Red Lyle, Paul Blair. Dick Sage, Martha Ware. Donny Blake, Paul Baker, Billy Brooks. Ralph King. Row four: Mr. Kelley, Frank Lawson, Ted Langston, .lim Owens, Eldredge Powell, Richard Russell, Ben Allen. D-3 Left to right. ron' one: Virginia Smith, Ann Inglett, Bar- bara Cates, Ramona Bryant, Betty Akerman, Carolyn Adams. Martha Morris. Row two: Bobby Roane, Betty Ehlers, Madeline Stroh, Ted Thomas, Ken Lundquist, Ellen Douglas, Sara Puckett, Warren Wood. Row three: Lester Hardeman, Tommy Kirkland, Charles Taylor, Nancy Jean Bright. Gordon Stephenson, Wendell Lavender, Buddy Dunn. Earl Halliheld. Row four: Buddy Parker, Charles Manston. Bob Donaldson, John Newman, Ronnie Goldstein, Miss Wootten. D-4 Left to right, rou' one: Dot Whitner, Ann Bloemer. Sally Frost. Carolyn Yon, Nell Ford, Harriett Springer. Row tivo: Pat Pound, Carol Murphy, Joan Hathaway, Mary Ann Watson. Kathleen King. Carroll Butts, Anita Wright. Row three: David Thomas. Arthur Fudger. Clyde Williams. Burns Cox, Banks Godfrey, Pat Riley. Allan Randolph, Robert Cording. R010 four: Cordon Ramsdale, Tommy Cadden. Wilma Hachtel. Ronald Malcolm, Miss Norman. .Yot in picture: Cus Collins, Frank Self. D-5 Left to right. row one: Jeanette Lewis. Gloria Strickland. Sue Davis, Frieda Phillips, Donna Melver, Joyce Daniel, Jean Como. Roux tzro: Jetta Rowsey, Barbara Hill, Carole Broadwell, Doris Palmer, Laura Hobbs. Pat Kelley. Joanne Cooper, Evelyn Rioux. Row three: Robert Sparks. Ike Sewell, Curtis Oslin, Ann Langston, Eugene Roberts. Mary Deane Rainey, Bill Kimbrough, Herbert Cordy. John Keith. Row four: Charles Hooper, Billy Pope. John Broada mann, Jimmy Kelly, Ralph Greene, Dean Troxell, Howard Cutler, Ralph Johnson. Not pictured: Lura McPherson. D-6 Left to right, row one: Peggy Wilson, Miriam Hudson, .Jeannine Garrard, Natalie Franklin, Beth Wilson, Kay Knight, Barbara Torrey, Carolyn Hoffman, Barbara Nettles. Row two: Sally Cranor, Joan Randle, Jean Sullivan, Mary Rector, Jane Towns, Jane Cantrell. Leann Jordan, Mabel Jane Senkbeil, Ada Morris, Beverly Rowlain. .Rozr three: Pete Jacobson, Nick Butler, Thomas Beutell. Buddy llp- shaw, Claire Shiver, John David, Juliette Boland, Spent-er Clarke, Richard Hilde1'l1rand, Noble Collins, lfarle Bortell. Row four: Frank McKinnon, Braxton Pope, Chuck Me- Clellan, Packy Jervey, Bob Moulson, lid llamilton, llerhs-rt Hodges, Jimmy Milsap, Warner Tltomason. Not in picture: Barry Conger, Johnnie Coher. D-7 Left to right, row one: Ellen Shippen, Dorothy Kauffman, Pat Shelor, Beverly Jensen, Barbara Heckman, Corinne Lohse, Sara Smith. R010 two: Guerry Barton, Terry Dorn- bfuslt, Ted McClellan, Dick Williams, Don Smith, Bud Slaker. Row three: William Fowler, Robert Holmes, Andy Yantis, Joe Duckett, Bill Horton, Henry Kelly, Charles McCullough. R010 four: Lionel Lee, Gordon Mummert, Paul Abernathy, Jimmy Suggs. D-8 Left to right, rout one: Shelia Smith, Maudie Tripp, Bar- bara Bass, Carole Hale, Ann Rich, Jean Hardeman. Row two: Bob Hoover. Ralph Heim, Pete Robinson, Freddie Watkins. Billy Marrett, Bobby Shivers, John Richardson. Row three: Fred Mueller, Alan Lichtenstein, Thomas Boden, Marvin Mason, Terry Teague, Charles Kelly. Row four: Barry Lynch, Thorne Winter, Bob Martin, Jimmy Dobson. C-3 Left to right, row one: Jane Whitner, Jodie Hughs, Beverley Quillian, Betsy Rushin, Bunny Dobbs, Lucille Brown, Jerrie Pressman. Row two: Relia Turpin, Caroline Osteen, Bar- bara Mize, Janet Knox, Shirley Thomson, Laura Sue Kelley, Faye Sentell, Jane Hardeman. Row three: John Lindgren, Robert Dinjar, Rusty Miller, Jean Carpenter, Nancy Levy, Miss Edna Wade, Jerry Sims, Dan Young, Jerry Lester. Row four: Don Shuman, Charles Turner, Gene Gentry, Roy Portwood, Charles Leamon, Robert Browne, Johnny Whiner. D-9 Left to right. ,row one: John Morris, Patsy Peacock, Billy Blair. Row two: Russell Rainey, Bill Classen, Guy Dority, David Jimmerson. C-I Left to right, row one: Betsy Broome, Martha Brown, Gayle Fulghum, Evelyn Sanderson, Marilyn Mitchell, Anne Card- well, Peggy DeLamater. Row two: Ann Oliver, Amelia Smalley, Beverly Stokes, Don Halenburg, Roy Lowe, Cornelia Force, Shan Luther, Mary Lewis Brown. Row three: Billy Clyburn, 'SMouse" Ward, Jimmy Dunlap, Earl Taber, Betty Allen, Ricky Hackett, Scott Beall, R. H. Pryor, Don Smith. Row four: Louie Cleveland, Charles Lindsay, Ralph Robertson, Phillip Glad, Arthur Newton, George Marco, Billy Pyron, Bobby Nygaard. Row five: Billy Cain, Granville Hyatt. C-2 Left to right, row one: Betty Self, Dawn Clark, Janice Clower, Bobbie Reaves, Mary Ann Sims, Mary Virginia Bryan, Beverley Browder. Row two: Carol Stone, Betty Tippett, Anita Morris, Dona Graf, Pat Morris, Thelma Webster, Jean Hodges, Myra McGee. Row three: Robert Strozier, Ralph Griswold, Thomas Diener, Missie Jones, Patricia Edwards, Edwine Lytle, Woodie Bartlett, Bobby Mullins, Ralph Barry, Willis Everett. -Row four: Bob Callahan, Peter Wilson, Darrow Kirkpatrick, Charles Fort- son, Bryant McDaniel, Ray Willingham, Judson Beall, Malcolm MacLeod. 5 af ' rw C-4 Ley! to right. ron' one: Carolyn Creel. Bina Hollander. Doro- thy Hulbert. Lela Nlonfort. Boselee Fogel. Joan Hale. Dotsie Strickland. Kon' Iwo: Paul Waehter. Carter Smith. Belitehe Bancker. Alice Stephenson. Sally Darragh, Diane Henry. Charles Cooper, Oliver Sale. Ron' three: Donald Browne, Richard Johnson, Brian Kinner, Dolores Barfield, Bill Greene. Tommy Long. Buck Ransom. Ron' four: Mr. F. L. B. Wall. Barry Smith, Brian Head, Richard Coleman. Not in picture: Bud Brown, Bobby Turner, Speer Mabry. Cornelia Adams, Kathaleen Hagan, Nancy Fraser. C-5 Lvfl to right. row one: Marcy Ann Heim, June Smart. 'lliriam Barr, Suzanne Cox. Martha Kennedy, Audrey West- brook, Dot Heed. Row Iwo: Ken Kinnett, John Smart. Lynn Taylor, Betty Jean Ridgeway. Jackie Blackburn. Gwenn Martin, Sam Burgess, Terry Taylor. Ron: ilzree: Maurice Brewster. William Tet-tn. Jesse Yow, Tommy Mc- Kelvey, Jimmy Nlilhous, Charles Bartcnfelrl, Billy Simer- ville, Wilfred Bourn. Martin Dodd. Ron' four: Pele Cott- raux. Bill Lyons. Hay Mitchell, Shanton Granger, Jerry Griliin. Penn Holman. Not in picture: Jeanne Fuller, Sara Mooney, Shirley Grant, Rudolph Hagan, Pat Riley. C-6 Left lo right, row one: .Jeanne 0'Hern, Suzanne Woodman, Lois Ann Scott, Geraldine Burdette, Julie McConnell, Carol Jlrinistead. Gloria Henry. Row two: Ann Gwin, Sylvia Crunk, Barbara Sams, Gail Thompson, Joyce Mummert, Carol Durden. Edith Gammons. W. H. Tucker, Jr. -Row three: Doug Connah, Virlyn McClung, Donald Lind, Mil- ton Sweigert, Lloyd Arnett, Danny Almand, Joe Bottoms, Charles Johnson, Lucien Hope. Row four: Phil Denton, Raymond DeLong. Jim Hickerson, P. B. Burdette, Bob Cawhern. Jere Goldsmith, Quentin Anderson. Boyd Steed. C-7 Left to right, row one: Carolyn Constangy, Bobbye Taylor, Bobbie Ruth Lamb, Sue Johnson, Dianne Williamson, Joyce Dennis, Jo Ann McDaniel. Row two: Don Krueger, Gladys Eidson, Anne Johnson, Sandra Murray, Babs Derr, Sally Thompson, LaTrelle Powell, Bill Flynt. Row three: Jim Peagler, Marvin Haley, Charles Moehrke, Hal Stolz, Charles DeVore, Glen Harold, Calvin Senter, Bob Bennett, Billy Paris. Row jour: Bob Borland, Jimmy Britton, Charles Schoen, Henry Phillips, Winston Wood, Billy Almand. Not in picture: Edgar Wells, Karen Smalley. B-2 Left to right, row one: Nancy McFadden, Jane Grant, Nancy Sewell, Barbara Bell, Clara Qualls, Lorane Lamb. Row tivo: Donald Howell, Carol Butler, Joyce Barker, Betty Girdler, Margaret Bailey, Louise Morrison, Billy Walker. Row three: Raleigh Drennon, Lee Edwards, Harry Wilkins, Sammy McGeiver, Raleigh Langley, Bill YVikle. Row four: Charlotte Clower, Jim Wylie, Bo Holi- day, Billy Simerly, Billy Chandler, David Meadow. Not in picture: Carol Roberts, Billy Wilson, Sara Power. C-8 Left to right, ron' one: Anita Wall. Jane Yost. Shirley Robertson. Patsy Cartledge, Jan House. Cecile Fisher. Margaret Bei. Ron' tzro: Dick Basselot. John Kallfelz. Jolm Farr. Helen Thompson. Barbara Palmore, Hal Marcus. Thomas Edison, A. B. Peryis. Rott' three: Layton Millican. Bob Summerour, Richard Lee, Edwin Green. Nella Kil- bride, Wally Bogers. Larry Wills, Tommy Jones. Don Hopper. Row four: George Fuller. Scott Allen. Dale Cooper, Shelby Mackey, Joe Mack, Frank Troutman, Rich- ard Edwards. Lindsay Shivers. Not in picture: Clara Lee Moodie. C-9 Left to right, row one: Anna Wooleyr, Margaret Bates, Toni Tomlin, Jeanne De Lany, Betty Gordon, Peggy Hahn, Joyce Williams. Row two: Kathleen Dilbeck, Joyce Mabry, Ellen Westbrook. Jane McCurry, Jane Gillispie, Marie Shore, Pearl McClain, Jackie Grigsby. Row three: Gloria Wright, Charlotte Gambill, Doris Downs, Pat Wlalsh, Ophelia Hudgins, Barbara Rovig, Harriett Hoard, Sara Vrooman, Mary Lee Anderson. Row four: Dot Cosland, Ann Holbrook, Margaret Ford, Danice Turner, Carol Allen, Diane Alcorn, Marilyn Werba. B-I Left to ight, row one: Joan Singletary, Sara Jett, Cynthia Hallock, Diane Eisenberg, Kay Singletary, Pat Byram, Katherine Upchurch, Maisie Brown, Sue Plunkett. Row lzro: Jan Singleton, Sylvia Gravitt, Katherine Bancker, Jane Gardiner, Mickey Yandergriff, Connie Roberts, Mary Ann Heard. lvylyn Duggan. Rott' three: Charles Heard, David Medford, Boy McCrorey, Walter Guthrie. Barry Torgeson, Oscar Pittman, Erwin Baumer, James Meill, Dick Pratt. Ron' four: Lowell Smith, Gordon Carrigan, Hugh Roberts, Bill Watkins, Everett Davenport, Bill Bullard, Bob Bentley, Vernon Job-son. B-3 Left to right. row one: Gail Tingle. Shirley Hildebrand. Carolyn Brandt, Jane F. Boyd, Sara Sams. Eleanor Pharr. Barbara Strickland. Row tzro: Margaret Flemister, Barbara Young, Bette Sparks. Jo Ann Mooney. Joyce Abernathy, Judy Carstaphen. Barbara Burnsed, Sandra Martin. Ron' Ihree: Jo Wofford, Marcia Crawford, Helen Sentell, Jane Hrdlicka. Annette McFarland, Nancy Thompson, Shirley Crawford. Row four: Barbara Pugh, Jeanne Sillay, Betty Pruitt. Nancy Marshall, Bonnie Jean Smith, Leona Cahoon. B-4 Left to right, row one: Pat Nunnally, Farris Cannon, Jeannie McClurkin, Paralee Harrison, Martha Hairston, Ellan Coleman, Gayle Brown, Jean Donaldson. Row two: Judy Williams, Betty Randall, Margabeth Shippey, Charles Ridings, Ann Shiver, Audrey Ferguson, Samantha Power. Rom three: Jimmy Hays, James Cabe, Walter Gilbert, Ed- win Gammage, Louis Kraar, Sammy Mayer, Paul Miles, John Thornton. Row four: Bryan Stevens, Bill Michal, John Binns, Charles Kinsey, Albert Beckham, Charles Dukes, Charles Bailey, Jack Moss, Billy Loard, Norman Kohn. B-5 Left to right, row one: Valerie Matthews, Penny Barnett, Norma Buie, Joan Hardeman, Helen Phillips, Edwyna McGee, Elaine Childs, Ann Van Huss. Row two: Jack Keen, Bill Griffin, Joanne Pylant, Robie Strickland, Her- man Mallard, Mary Boling, Diane Owen, Mike Charles, Bill Sartor. Row three: Woodrow Fincher, David Williams, Haydn Arnett, Marvin Allen, Grady Power, Jerry Archbold, Henry Bookout, Jack Wynn. Row four: Joe Elkins, Haw- thorne Wesley, Ricky Hoover, Jane Hoppe, Bill Merrell, Hulon Pruitt, Raymond Bales, Billy Eberhart, Joe McGrorey. B-6 Left to right. row one: Mary Anna Branson, Miriam Ram- sey, June Roscoe, Nancy Rankin. Shirley Brown, Catherine Fortner. Sally Walker. Row two: Gayle Wright, Burney Rowsey, Diane Brown, Francis Mullinax, Mary Lou Hill, Gwynn Lanier, Margery DeFord, Lucy Hardeman. Row three: Billy McCormack, Bobby Englehart, Barbara Mc- Crary, Rason Dobbs, Linda Williams, Ronnie Reid, Billy Britton. -Row four: Charles Burt, Raymond Coltrane, Don Eisenhart, Larry Cooper, Ray Spruill, Gillespie Smith, Charles Sewell, Lyman Johnson, Kendall North. Not pic- tured: Joanne Reisman, Nlary Lou McCarthy, Nancy Carter. B-8 Left to right. row one: Erla Gortatowsky, Roberta Hoare, Carolyn Hogan, Marlene van Delden, Ellen Ansley, Elaine Kershner, Temi Bresler. Row two: Bill Davis, John Rohr- bough, Theressa Senkheil, Diane Drake, Juanita Mitchell, Margie Haynie, Robert Smith, Sam McCutchen. Row three: Dorris Reed, Jim Nygaard. Jesse Terrell, Tommy Clark, Rom Powell, George Normandy, Cecil Wilson, Otis Stroup, Kenneth Molkner. Row four: Henry Rogers, Dick Gambill, David Akers, Sam Long, Joe Murphy, Bennett Narmore. Rudy Atkinson, Mr. Crane. Not pictured: Duval Owens. B-9 Left to right, row one: Annesley Howland, Norma Calla- way, Wynona Dawson, Mary Ann Hines. Ann French, Corliss Dodd, Ann Mills. Row turo: Ranny Thompson, John Smith, Dolores Head, Carol Fike, Connie Anderson Martha Camp, Weyman Brown, Max Spruill. Row three: John Pitts, Bill Morgan, Robert Saine, Bartow Morgan, Pat Gilham, Harmon Miller, Charles Phillips, William Green, Lamar Smith. Row four: John Broadwell, Terrell Wesley, Bill Cornish, Robert Turner, Robert Johnson, Charles Cook, Wade Mitcheii, Larry Shick, W. T. Sutton. B-IO Left to right. row one: Barbara Myers, Mary Wooten, Jacqueline Tyndale, Carolyn Power, Helen Sewell, Myrna Smith, Karine Wooten. Row two: Paul Dorn, Tommy Rhyne, Gayle Herrman, Nihla Holtzendorf, Clara Horton, Laura Teague, Billy Seaton, Cody Laird. Row three: Davis Kilgore, Garland Loudermilk, Bradford Cayce, Richard Newton, John Simpson, John Lander, Clarence Head. Row four: Dick Johnston, Billy Donaldson, Floyd Hopkins, Phillip Hood, Donald Duncan. B-7 Left to right, ron' one: Faye Fields, Mabelle Tatum, Dixie Gibson, Marguerite McDaniel, Barbara Hollingsworth, Ellen Kinsey, Patricia Wagner. Rott' two: Ray McKinney, Jimmy Calvin, Charlotte Avery, Sylvia Broxton, Marion Powell, Betty Ann Smith, Oliver Puckett. Edward Jones. Rott' three: Warren Donaldson, Warren Paigne, Ray Price, Dwight Keith, Betty Smithfield, Roy Patterson, Neal Poss, Duard Hunt, Fred Jordan. ROIL' four: Lamar Smith, Jack Marsh, Richard Langston, Charles Bailey, John Busey, Franklin Bloodworth, Stuart Kelly, Howard Dinsmore. A-I Left to right. row one: Gay Miller, Anna Jackson, Faye Brown, Ruth Whittington, Peggy Breithaupt, Bochele Tatum, Gail Hobson, Grace Self. R010 two: Norval Fort- son, Arphie Hamrick, Carole Dechman, Jane Everett, Jo Ann Boden, Linda Lou Chatfield, Marion Smith. Gladys Bobe, Julius Morgan. -Row three: Carlton Smith, Ray Johnson, Spencer Godfrey, John Otis, Buddy Bender, Begi- nald Bell, Billy Shoup, Tom Johnson, James Pervis, John Hartley, Henry Dilbeck, Paul Vickers, Harold Gunby, Bobby Coleman. Bobby Clayton, C. D. Gann, Not in pic- ture: Patsy Hughs. A-2 Left to right, row one: Joanne Thomas, Rachel Merritt, Jane Grigsby, Alison Templeman, Barbara Bose, Carolyn Cates, Juanita Buice, Edwina Monroe. Row two: Marcia Jacobs, Geraldine Hardeman, Alberta Holbert, Joyce Rary, Sally Hansford, Carol Brockey, Pat Pendly, Babs Smith, Mary Ann Fudger. Row three: Gene Felton, Billy Martin, Curtis Weatherford, Malcolm Morrison, Sandra Benton, Nina Lou Narmore, Harry Boon, Lawson Hope, Gary Johnson, Jack Patterson. Row four: Danny McKay, Bob Brown, Leonard Campbell, Bob Butler, Wendell Hardeman, Gene Bogan. A-3 Left to right, row one: Pat McMillan, Barbara Sue Norton, Drusilla Buice, Dianne Steele, Elsa Goldstein, Elizabeth Minhinnette, Kay Holloway, Glenda Barr. Row two: Janey Callahan, Barbara Bell, Avis Streetman, Alice Stratt, Har- riette Butler, Sarah Lynne Sykes, Jeanette Gilleland, Frances Long, Sue Story. Row three: Richard Courts, Thomas Mitchell, May Ruth Paine, Gloria Lay, Patsy Smith, Betty Gaertner, Bobbie Jean Jordan, Helen Louise Brooks, Norman Crane. Row four: Everette Vaughn, William White, Jerry Lane, Gene Hardeman, Richard Bailey, Peter Head, Donald McFarlan, J. Frank Walker. A-4 Left to right, row one: Martha Jean Fincher, Edna Camp, Lynn Fowler, Bambi Halcombs, Hazel McClure, Roberta Evans, Judy Shoemaker. Row two: Susan Russell, Vicky Nettles, Susanne Walker, Jean Springer, Carol Sue Cole, Joanne Dilbeck, Sylvia Floyd, Eleanor Adams. Row three: Peter Russell, Arthur Davis, Tom Webb, Virginia Griffin, Carolyn Mebane, Lucille Burdett, Ken Willoughby, Mal- colm Hibel, Jim Russ. Row four: Bobby Charnley, Charles Johnson, Preston Chatham, Ed Branch, Lloyd Chapin, Ben Holt, Miss Eldene Cook. A-8 Left to right, row one: Geneva Walters. June Rowland. Dorothy Patterson. Miriam Jones. Betty Jo Hall. Ann Crouch. Neil Kelly. June Dobbs. Ron' tzco: Kay Branch. Nancy Towns. Ruth Lohse. Nancy Oliver. Betty June Reid. Doris Kent. Mary Helen Wright. Beth Smathers. Ann Hutchinson. Ron' three: Cone Maddox. Stuart Gould. Farrell Jones. Wayne Youngblood. W. L. McClure. Tommy McCollister. Troy Biyings. Ronny Tansill. Linton West. Tommy Farr. Ron: four: Bobby Slater. Harold Barron. John Hall. Charles Alston, Carey Wood. Miss Mildred McCoy. A-5 Ron' one: Ethel Barfield. Cynthia Stone. Helen Hicks. Elizabeth Austin. Shirly Foster, Ron' tivo: Anne Armi- stead. Betty McClure. Nirginia Little. Sylvia Tindol. Carol Rary. Judy Jolmson. Marie Lawless. Ron' three: Williams Cox. Mark Cross. Neal Williams. Billy Aiken. Bill Cox. Dickie Girdler. Robert Pierce. Lloyd Coffey. Ron' four: Ralph Pitts. Bob Hill. Betty Gunn. Dwight Horton. Mr. Joe Cheshire. A-6 Left to right. ron' one: Henry Rioux. Marilyn Ginsberg. Carolyn Daniel. Deedie Levy. Barbara Sendbeil. Kitty Cousins. Bill Baker. Ron' tivo: Charles Carson. Jimmy Crist. Paul Mansfield. Charles Edwards. Butch Robinson. L. B. Clark. Doug Ellis. Jimmy Elzey. Ron: three: David Tannenbaum. Gibson Durden. Ben Thompson. Barbara Tisinger. Leslie Deyer. Cecilia Henry. Edwin Foster. Ernest Hicks. Bob Johnson. Ron' four: Jimmy DeLong, Mrs. Ann Spires. Larry Cannon. Byron MeClesky. Jimmy Rary. Perry Ste-gall. Albert Ogburn. .Yot in picture: Dickie Adams, Alfred Burks. Billy Fulton. Tom Wood. A-7 Left to right. ron' one: Rita Jett. Joan Barrett, Barbara Fournier. Nell Kennedy. Ann Grimsley. Betty Rary. Bar- bara Fitch. Ron' tivo: Jimmy Means. Marie Lumpkin. Martha Wrigley. Barbara Whitelock. Betty Brougham. Lucy Stockard. Beverly Hennessee. Herbert Ellis. Ron' three: Ronald Brown. George Blau. Ronnie Wilbanks. George Johnson. Albert Bishop. Jack Rucker. Benny Hen- derson. Ron' four: Fleming Law. Richard Beacham. Larry Ash. William Wallace. Miss Williams. James Rovig. A-9 Left In right, ron' one: .loan Torgesen. Gracie Morris. Dotsy Dick. Katinka Peacock, Dorothy Poole, Georgia Whitner. Datsy Weatherford, Barbara Ann Davis. Ron' two: Chuck Nlartin. .lean Lough, Ceorgianne McBride, Helen Hachtel. lt-an Cook, Catherine Bray, Dorothy Houze, Mollie Burns. .Iharles Mills. Row three: Melvin Dempsey, .limniy llennner. Martha Ann Campbell. ,lo lfllen Camp, Marian tlarlin, Helen Brantley, .loan Person, King Sims, Jerry Washburn. Row jour: Al Halluni, David Black. Eddie Vliles, Charles Rary, Pat Alston, Howard Sims, John Wes- ey Burdett. Joan Yost, Vlrs, Minnix. Not in picture: Edwin Odom, Billy Haynie. A-I0 Left to right, row one: Barbara Roberts, Marcia Hawkins, Leslie Heyman, Ruby Patts, Jane Gullet, Sue Hogue, .lanet Wildman, Sally Reuvers. Row two: Howard Hailey, .lannie Parrish, Betty Ann Evans, Beverley White, Sara Thompson, Shirley Dodd, Carlett Vinson, Pat McDaniel, Agnew Eller- hee. Row three: Bill Wilder, Linton Chastain, Peter Cal- houn, Nancy Shelor, Mrs. Corr, Peter Kill, Everett Cope- land, Billy Kelly. Row four: Donald Hall, Hal Blackmarr, Lewis Holland, Wendell Underwood, Frank White, Don Allen. A-Il Left to right, row one: Grace Thompson, Sarah McClain, Lorine Casey, Alice Smith, Martha Davenport, Nancy Hall, Margaret Poole. Row two: Maurice Krugman, .limmie Barker, Carl Duncan, Billy Mitchell, Don Read, Guy York, Donald Dunagan, Raymond Andrews. Row three: Page Armstrong, Sam Jones, Bill Cash, Henry Rainey, Luke Parks, English Thornwell, Wilber Ridings, Dick Lupo. Row four: .lerry Wright, Kenneth Stroh, Catherine Turner, Betty Hodges, Jimmy Dees, Miss Hubbard, Wickie Oliver. A lab day tPhysics with Mr. Langstonl SQ S x X R if n X X wf KSEQQ -af ,un .,. :ff x x, ' X 4 f Q X A .S Aj W 1 ' A 'V , i K ixk X74 , X ,Q X , X Z W2 Nyhww nw ff, 3, f, ,fw'? If ns,f YZ' Se f' X, 'QS 1. ,ii wf X 0 X X 4. 5 KQV A ,, X" f fi! x 'XR , x X W X-f,f.X nv 1 w, 1 g W X + wwf Vw S .Q X.x,xX, X 5 K XXX lk , 'VXA 1 llqx ,N y Xi Q, , , KifjRig'Ix"N 1 N 1 X "K N' 3 N' MX' X X ,X x Q 5 ij J S xx ' AXQM-wr Y f' fl, W K X f XX Q Q :qv M Q X 1+-, Xa. as i F Q XX XX we Q hx .X M X ' ' Q. A XVQQ 7 Xi RL. ,A K X W XML? 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Rom four: Slaker, liullarfl, lmainun, Powell, Martin, Mason, Cain, Palmer, Punt-, Cliumllvr, lieckliani. Funthall XlxLf1s1:1:t,1g1: Owns SMITH FORD XI gudgyy ECHUL5 DHliGblili B. IHITCHELL 62 A T 25 27 51 0 25 13 6 13 6 6 Wg fv 1 2 -ef' ' A 'f i Su- GRAST BULLARD GRIFFIN PALMER C. VANS VARSITY SCORES Rossville ..... . 6 Russell . . . 13 West Fulton , . 0 Decatur . , . 13 Grady . . . 14 Marietta A . 0 Rome . , . . 13 Gainesville . . 7 Grillin , . . 13 LaGrange . . , 13 f i Trainer Leith S, 4 ' ilfdllage C We pt 2 ...gf WyC'1g,,fR llfjjjhoxv , an 6, 1 ,7 Coash Taylor, C0-Captains Halsberger, Pyron, Coach Kelly 63 - Q-SU . -0174 enl , 'T F I ,, , . RANDOLPH TRUNDLE WATKINS LIDDELL Ma. .ff .W C-Team Managers COOK AND LONG 4 C-TEA M ,I If u l Fifi' S lx'XX I ,ff-r zu.-,,g,g---nk I 'f .fn u""- X. f'fZ67u'fl'Q'gnlI:lrXA T , fJjaq':Y1iEEE5'1a1-i:1- xx N nji' --- Siiiisilligilmss. 1 . -' ' :IK-N x r .::!!!' ylgazf- N r- . - - -1 .' 7:11 xv E 3, --.-,,.--7:51 7 Qsxitg- -- IT lg' 15 f X! r'Rq.L !i:?T:?'l' '24 f xx V- -- --.nu ,I X Q - 4: I KNIGHT COLEBUIKN CHARLES PYRON-Co-Captain and .a Nmeanief' EMORY .IENKS-Could play either halfback or quarter- back and plenty good at both. KEN MALSBERCER--Co-Captain and member of All- region team. GORDON MALLOY--Mr. HAII State" two years in a row. JIM OWENS-He will play a Iot of ball next year. TED ECI'IOLSi"Speed Mercltantllg Fastest back in state. DON SMITH-A boy who came into his own after being shifted to guard. JIM DRECER-Defensive standout and no "sIoueh" on offense. JOE FORD-Exceptional punter and a fine end. BILLY MITCHELL-Pass snagging expert. "CHICKEN'7 CRANTiCouId really run those kiekoffs back. RALPH BULLARD-Big and fastg smashed many an op- ponent's back. IERRY GRIFFIN-Just a freshman, future AII-State. HENRY PALMERvA guard who was hard to knock down. CARL VANN-One of the best defensive ends we had. BOB RANDOLPH-Bob and Charlie gave us best guards N.F.Is had in a Iong time. BOB TRUNDLE-Big Bob was f'scrappiest" man on team. FREDDIE WATKINS-A center who could plug those holes. DREW LIDDELL-All-Region and rounded OIT a big corps of tackles. BILL KNIGHT-Came into spotlight Iate in season as a sensational defense end. JACK COLEBURN-Another defensive ace and hard as arock. ARTHUR NEWTON-Hurt by injuries but still a first Class end. ED HAMILTON-'sBones,, was our '4Field General" and a real hustler. JIM BRADFORD-hlflercury Heeledn and hard to stop. BOB TURNER-Best punter in the state. THORNE WIN'I'ERiPIunging fullback with speed to spare. .-ry-. R , ., l .frfwr Nswrox Hnnrrox BRADFORD TKRXER WLINTER L., Er Ron' one: Dale Cooger. Larry Schick. Richard Langston. Briar Kinner. lack Boyet. Cuery Barton. Bill Horton. Sonny Johnson. Billy Pyron. Edwin Green. Ron' tzro: Ray Willingham. Jerry Lester, Danny Almand. Charles Sehoen. Ted Thomas. Ralph Robertson. joe Elkins. Jimmy Dobson. John Xewman, David Merritt. Rott' three: Ray Spruill. Boyd Steed. Judson Beall. Herbert Hodges. Ralph Green, Bill Lyons, Billy Alntand. Rudy Atkinson. Bud Brown. Wilfred Bowen. lke Sewell. XF. l-1 Grady SCORES XF. 36 West Fulton . XF. 13 Marietta Nlurphx Rus ell Malcolm MacLeod. "B" .llanagers ALACLEOD. S1xtx1ERx'tLLia, SMART M ll? ug Ron' mmf, lv!! lo right: van Delden, Quillian, Roberts, Delsaney, Robinson, Payne, Rary. Row two: llomlges. llriglil, Kyser, King, Smalley, Cwin, Grant. Row three: Durden, Morris, Palmore, Tripp, Girls' Basketball xx nm X V i till X Wsx 'Vx . - x J ,gh X K x..s -- no X f V pdf X ww X' 4 llanagers: Lulu FILE!-QR un Fug Dixxls 66 ,? .ll JEANNE DELANEY-As guard or for- ward she's always a star: just ask our Opponents-she gave them a jar. ANN RARY-Our four-letter girl is On the ballg at controlling the backboard she tops them all, PATSY ROBlNSONffWhen she guards you, you get no rest. for at intercept- ing passes she's the best. ELAINE van DELDEN-She shoots from the front and from the sideg she makes so many points her guards want to hide. BEYO QUILLIAN-Sheis spirited, fast and really a whiz. As a guard she's one of the best there is. ETHELIND ROBERTS-Shes always in there fighting hardg that's why she's such a real good guard. PAT PAYNE-Shes the star of Our team, and we love her, that we mean. When sheis gone we'l1 be sad, be- cause she's the best we've ever had. SCORES YF. 34 Fulton YF. 44 Naps . XF. 40 Grillin . YF. 39 Campbell X.F. 27 Griffin . KF. 50 Hapet-alle YF. 26 Druid Hills YF. 32 College Park . YF. 37 Russell . . . PAYNE van DELDEN RAHY ROBINSON Bmci-tr DELANLY ATOBLEY DTORRIS Honenrs Howsm' QUILLIAN TRIPP 46 Fulton . 30 W. Seniinarx . 23 Campbell . 43 Naps . . 38 W. Seininarx . 50 Hapeville . 39 Russell . 35 Marietta . . N. G. I. C. TOURNAMENT NF. -13 Gainesville . 29 XF. 34 Canton . 36 XF. 25 Marietta . . 28 STATE AA TOURNAMENT N.F. 22 Glynn Academy . , . 24 Q24 ,j.5,2f'5l7t5 V' f MIIIxIII1I:II'I' ' B. MITCHELL W. AIITCHELL V Jicrvxs BIALSBERCER HAMILTON , OsLIN SCHOEN BODEN PowIaLI. BULLARD THE TEAM. I'llYl'.Sf Row: Left to Right: Emory Jenks. Wade Mitchell. Cordon Murnmert, Ken Malsberger, Ed Hamilton. Eldridge Powell. SCCOIIIII Razr: Coach Bryce, Curtis Uslin, Tornniy lioden, Billy Mitchell, Ralph Bullard. Sonny SclIoeII. COL'1Cll Taylor. Bn s' SCORES . 38 Fulton . , 51 W. Fulton . 42 Griflin . . 68 Campbell . . 41 Griffin . . 62 Hapeville . . 58 Druid Hills . . 58 College Park , 45 Russell . I . 37 C. M. A. . . 45 Fulton . . 38 W. Fulton . . 64 G. M. A. . . 77 Campbell . . 48 Marist . . 62 Hapeville . . 60 Russell . . 34 Marist . . 60 Marietta . N.G.I.C. . S0 Marietta . . 35 Canton . fRIInner-upl REGION 4-AA WINNERS . . 48 Decatur , . . 57 Rossville . , .52 Home . . STATE AA THIRD PLACE , . . 42 Smith . . . 55 Albany , , . 33 Savannah . . . 47 Jordan . Basketball ENIORY JENKS-N.F.'s ' Fireball." TOM BODEN--lp from the B-Team and a real corner. CLRTIS OSLIN-Hell be a big help next year. CHARLES SCHOEN-Most improved ball player on the squad. WADE IHTCHELL-He's just beginning! ED HAMILTON-"Old pour tem in'7 will be playing plenty of ball next year. TONY BAKER-Every team has its "slick", and Tony is ours. ELDRIGE POYVELL-You couldrft keep him from scoring. RALPH BLLLARD-"Tiny'i wa a good man to have around. BILLY 3IlTCHELLwWade's "little brother." KEN IIALSBERGER-Backbone of the team. GORDON IIUMMERT-Best center in the state. L F 2 I W. bw-- Roy CHANDLER. ,llanager .x,..2 Track 100-yard ......,, . . 10 Echols 350 220-yard ...,..,,.., 23 Fowlkes 715, Echols '50 4-40-yard ...,.... . 51.5 Tommy Rentz '46 Mile . ...... . 4.51 Ed May 880 Relay ,.A..... . 1.33 Fraser, Williams, Gray, Rabun Javelin ......,... 165 ft. Stockton Broome '48 Shot Put ..,..... . 4-7' 7" Ted Echols '49 MALLOY ECHOLS Discus . ,..... . 137' 11" Ted Echols '50 WINTER Broad Jump ...... . . 21'6" Gordon Malloy ,49 High Jump .......,. 6'lM," Dudley Martin '4-2 220-yard Low Hurdles ,..., . 24-.4 Page Griffin '46 Pole Vault ..,.....,. 1l'6" Keith Chapman '40 380-yard ....... . 2.07.5 Bob Jordan '48 1N1ALLOY ECHOLS RENTZ if VROSS FOVYTRY Uther Sports CROSS COUNTRY TEAM. Row one: Stanley, Bowden, Dornbush, Archibald, Rentz. Row two: Coach Jernigan, Force, Wesley, Hartrampf. BASEBALL: R. Coleman, Hardeman, David, Daniel. COLEMAN K BY Bm. 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Program Chairman . IIIVITH RUSSELL STANLEY HENRY PALMER TED NICCUTCHEN BANKS GODFREY President . . THORNE WINTER Vice-President . . TERRY DORNBUSH Secretary , BIORTON BUIE Treavurer , . JIIIIII' KIILSAI' A 80 FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS President , ..... BARBARA SHAW Vice-President , . . PAT CRAWFORD Secretary-Treasurer . . JOANN RIOBLEY E RED EHU55 JR. RED CROSS North Fulton Chapter D.E.T.ELUH OFFICERS President ....... ROBERT TURNER Vice-President . . . SIDNEY JOINER BANK TELLER5 President . Vice-President , Secretary . , Cashier . , . .-Issistant Cashier OFFICERS DREW LXDIBI-2I.I. NANCY BRIGHT PAT SHELOR ETAN ARHETROAC. , PAT Polgxn 'WV' WVU' RK,lII'f'S!'IZfUll'L'I Infirmary Assistants P. T. fi. Parent-Tz'c1c'fzw'x Ji.S.SUCIllfl0 's Annex Library Staff The Pan Pushars Dramatic liluh THE CHXRTER XIENIBERS Haqular MEMBERS Nutritinn Aides Uffica Staff "Scrihhler" Representatives Spanish lihnrns Science Eluh Mnnihgtglis muh . , . . . . hd ARY R I . , . , BEN STEGA Secnnd Semester French Eluh The Mnniturs ECTO . . , , . 0 N NIP, 0LUbTk, DANISH GYMNASTICS PHYSIE L EDUIIATIU Mlss ANN E. KICLAIN. Dirvctor Miss AIILDRI-ID Mriflox' Mas. CHRISTINE AIINNIX Asfjsmnts Pictured: M155 KICLAIN, M155 MCCOY SOCCER DANISH GYHNASTICS VOLLEY BALL S3 LIEUT. COL. D. J. RICHARDSON, Inf. P.Il'I.S. 1171111 T. Fulton Co. SGT. HUBBARU Sgt. Instructor ,1.. X3 11 ?f'h5 SGT. GULLEY Sgt. Instructor I CAPT. JOHN R.McRA1-: Asst. I'.M.S. and T.IV.F.H. IUKQ l:'f0 vt !Qa x JD'-V-I l00Af SQT. SPIDELL SGT. Instructor 86 UH H F LTU H.I1.'I'.II. THE COLORS 4':f:1,,q",,.,gf 1 THE OFFICERS' CLUB CAD!-LT Comxm. ED H,n111.'rox Bliss JOAX HALE Sponsor RFGDIENTAL STAFF X w CADET LIEUT.-COL. TERRY DORNBUSH CADET MAJOR Col.:-:BURN Miss CAROLYN HOGAN Sponsor ML- Cum NIARTIN Sponsor J, Y 'V ,,,.-vsyvmm I ,J-""f o ..,-f-"' ff-"' 5.5: Q01-C " Xq RIFLE TEAM Q1 -L , v as: A A Y , H 1 F... F' ' " - - , p 442 .ui ig!1A"J' f- ' si' :GW - N.. if F CRACK DRiLL PLATOON al 1 1' FIRST BATT LIU ST FF A Co. Cadet Capt. Thorne Winter, Commanding Oficer Miss BIAIJDIE TRIP? Sponsor CADET CAPT. THORNE WINTER Comm. A Co. CADET CAPT. JACK Bmnsowc First Bat. Comm. Miss AUDREY WESTBROOK Sponsor B Company Cadet Capt. Bill Crewe Commanding Oficer CADET CAPT. BILL CREWE Commander B Company MISS PATSY ROBINSON Sponsor U C Company Cadet Capt. Pete Comer, Commanding Otticer CADIQT Cam. PETE Comix Comnmndvr C Company Maw , Miss JEANNE Dumxm Sponsor SEIIIJ ll B TT LIU ST FF was-li-'-f 7 3 4 ? i E Company Cudvt Capt, Fred Mueller, Commanding Ofiicver N11ssANxlx1,LrgTT Sponsur C.-XDICT CAM. Fmau 31171-ILI.l-iii CIIIVIIIIIIIIIIPI' E Conlpuny Miss PAT CRAWFORD Sponsor CADET LIEUT.-COL. CARL HARTRAMPF Commander Second Battalion F Company Cadet Capt. Ken Lunflquist. Commanding Officer CADET CART. KEN LUNDQUIST Commander F Company R an Miss JACKIE CHAMBERS Sponsor .. xxx. -C KL , -. - R . - C C C R , 1 ., - ., ax' x R 3 5 M Q E v Q , . ' 45 X Aj. E: I X CQ, , K' .5 ,. , . 5 . -' X' p ' 'jew i - V Q I I . .. Q Z Q X ,5 J Q jun' f .5 My -Q gina, R -1 'Y-IN ' -R. -II x...l5r"" :X-", 5 fl H. lg!-R" " ' ' N ' ' I 1 6 MQW ' B Q , f 1 X , jminy ggfgx ' ' C ui C " C, C XbC5.C w I - " ' Y C 4 NN... ' , un,. .EA-C . X , 5 3,Q2,.f5LX .YA X W QM THE BAND CADET CART. C1-1ARLEs RICCLELLAN, Band Commander Canm CART. CHARLES XICCLELLAX '44-,M Miss GLORIA HENRX' Sponsor 91 E I! 4 Q In-f K L The Senior Class PI'eSeIIlS 'AJUNIOR MISS" NORTH FULTON HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM HARRY GRAVES I JOE .... GRACE GRAVES I HILDA - A - LOIS GRAVES I JUDY GRAVES FUFFY ADAMS I J. B. CURTIS I I ICLLEN CURTIS I I WILLIS REYNOLDS I BARLOW ADAMS I I WESTERN UNION BOY NIERRILL FEURBACH I STERLING BROWN I ALBERT KUNODY I TOMMY ARBUCKLE I HASKELL CUMMINGS Dfreclor I I Technicfzl Director Scfelliz' TECllI1iCiUI1 Ll.gl1fl'Ilg T6Clllll'Cl'lUI Properfy Malzager Property Ifl'l1'stress Prompler Costume I'Jlisll'f'sS Curmifz Boy SOIllIlf Te'f'l111I'a'I'1111 B11s1'11c'sS lI1'rf'z'lOr Ap,-II 20-21 I I I R130 P, M. CAST Hn Order Of appearance!! STAFF U2 I WALLACE HUDSON I CHARLES GRANT I PATSY ROBINSON ELAINE VAN DELDEN I I GAIL FICKLINC I PAT PAYNE I HELEN KYSER I BILL CANNON I I ANN RARY I JERRY LEONARD I MORTON BUIE I MIKE MICHAELS I HERBIE WYCKOFF I RUSSELL STANLEY I I CARL VANN I BOB TRUNDLE DICK PETERSEN MARTHA RANDALL I I I JUDY HUBBARD DARROW KIRKPATRICK I I LINDSAY SHIVERS I PETE SEASE I JANET MCBRIDE VIRGINIA HANCOCK I CAROL COODSON JOHNNY DAVID I CHARLES DUKES FRANKLIN LI B. WALL c ' ,,. yyyy g Fix EA H ,y .,, I--p Om-H FULTON Ziggy J X fp ygyy Q A Y xg P5 ,J in is I aeteril N.F. Special Choir, directed by Robert S. Lowrance, Jr.: one of six in America selected for the 'Green Cross Song Festzvalv series on N.B.C. originating from WSB. Broadcast was made on THINKING Wlien I am tired at night Of working, And playing, And talking, And things in general And can't sleep, I go into my mind and shut the door Behind me. There I find everything I want or need: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, and tomorrow And I find all kinds of treasures That I never knew I had before: Warm, soft things, Like: Half-remembered kisses, Old Teddy-bears, Funny little grins, rather crooked, And a first bouquet of roses, Dreams that puzzle me, Odd remarks and side-ways glances, Expressions, I canit understand, And emotions that creep in and Donit tell their names, Hard, ugly, bitter things, Like: Broken promises, Sharp, mean words, like jagged glass, Disappointment, And death, who wears two faces, Funny things and funny people, Like: Little pups with big, big feet, My grandadis fish stories, And the redheaded boy who brings our paper, And wonderful, awesome things, Like: Sitting in church, with God beside you, Finding out y0u've learned to swim, Music like an earthquake, And death-who wears two faces. May 6. 93 SLEEP Night is a giant flower That springs from the great, warm Heart of God, Beckoning you, with its fragrance, Into its velvet depths, Where it is dark, Then its silken petals close 'round you To conceal you in your dreaming, Only to open again in sunlight And to fade- And droop- And die. Death is a giant Hower That springs from the great, warm Heart of God, Beckoning you, with its silence, Into its velvet depths, Wfhere it is dark, Then its silken petals close ,round you To conceal you in your dreaming Never to open again in sunlight Never to fade- Or droop- Or die- JANE Towns Jane Towns, North Fulton Eleventh Grader, top winner in the Constitution-Sponsored Georgia Regional Scholas- tic Writing Awards. tReturns on the National Contest not in as 6'Hi-Waysi' goes to press.l W... i '19 Q no 'CQ' rl' 152' X ,nw an 1'1" W' 'CA . -, MW' MIR fo? W S, I " no 1 XIX ,f .1 Why vw ANNE 'if' SEM NTS THE STAFF OF THE HI-WAYS OF 1950 wishes to express appreciation to the Advertisers for their help in making this annual a success. We hope that our student body will give them their patronage. Reading from left to right. beginning with the top. first roux' Jackie Williams. Marsha Jacobs. Marie Lumpkin. Betty Hodges. Emory Jenks. Jeanne Askren. Ted McCuteheon. Janet McBride. Second rout: Bobby Bowden. Betty Rary. Barbara Sue Norton. Cecilia Henry. Charles Grant. Lewis Holland. Deedie Levy. Nancy Shelor. Janey Callaham .... Third rozr: Charles Lloyd. Yirginia Hancock. Carol Coodson. Sam Jones. Jerry Archbold. Barbara Roberts. Alison Templeman. Suzanne Walker. Bill Davis. . . . Fourth rozc: Lela Monfort. Bob Bennett. Jan Hoppe. Beverly Hennessee. Shirley Brown. Ben Ste-gall, Patsy Smith .... Fifth rout John Gwin. Nella Kilbride. Charles Kistler. Raymond An- drews. Guy Dority. Charles Stone. Jeanne Sillay. Annette McFar- land .... Sixth rozr: George Waites. Bill White. Kay Holloway. Jo Ann Mobley. Corinne Lohse. Carl Hartrampf .... Serenth rozr: Margaret Bates. Ann Holcombe. Ann Johnson. Morton Buie. Henry Palmer ..., Eighth ron: center: "Priss" Boyd and Ada Morris ...., Yinth rozr: Julian Clark. Barbara Shaw. Yiekey Xets tles. Pat Crawford. Tommy Mitchell. Charles Sehoen .... Tenth rout: Hal Marcus. Bill Phillips. Cornelia Adams. Bom Powell, Dot Wliitner. Pat Shelor. Helen Keyser, Laura Hobbs. 93 0 V2 W m , W DAO Eff-50 ff Z, 4? OUT fart QOOI 5 sick Xt! -SG: DEDIEATIU Because of your interest in our school and its activities, your friendly spirit that prompts contributions to the advertising section of this publication, thereby assisting in this yearas treasury of memories, we the Senior Class of North Fulton High School dedi- cate the nineteen hundred and fifty 4'Hi-Ways" to: OUR LOYAL PATROIYS FIRMS THAT HAVE CONTRIBUTED THROUGHOUT THE YEARS OUR N EW ADVERTISERS ORGANIZATIONS CLASSES and CLUBS -,GZ A GRE T CAR Fine Service DSTQ The Car Designed With You in Mind Lets You Drive Without Shifting A Square Deal P'-XM? i EH 5 . +-1+ , I .- - ' . f V .,f:.a, 4 j ' - F 1 j - . ,jf M , " " ,, wma Heritage. 5 v.., , if -gg .55 w' Sf-,i7v?"q a f S- ' , t h t " f ' I L t,eJ ' Y V Sk ,. ff ,r f F-. - ' f 4 ',,,,.PffT' ' fin, 1 V, 1. at --1, we-H' . 1 7, F H , V 42 T7 ' " i- ..., .. " ,, , "N 1 .f Mm - PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE 80 Years of Leadership in Planned Personal Security EMORY L. JENKS, C. L. U. Geizeral Agent 800 PEACHTREE BUILDING ATLANTA, GEORGIA COMPUMENT5 COMPLIMENTS OF OF I I W W E BRO NE c. R. CLARKE DECORATING co. Umm PC3.CI1tI'C'C SEFCCII, N. E. ATLANTA Phone CHerokee 9079 TUCKER'CARMICI'IAEL1 DUTCH MARKET 81 BAKERY Incorporated 1925 PEACHTREE Mnnnfaczmfeffr of AfCO11ifff Road UPHOLSTERED C ,, ll HE 279 5 Fine Furniture F0,DeZiUe,y 1500 Jonesboro Road CY. 5141 Locker Service Food Lockers for Rent Cofnpliments of E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS 81 CO. UNC., Finishes Diruision 619 PEAcHTREE STREET, N. E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA SM CGMPUMENTS HOME LOANS if 1?3i2?fifS2?51EE OF To Bus a HOME TWELVE OAKS ruLroN couN1Y FEDERAL R6SfdZlYd11f and Drive-In Savings and Loan Assln' 1879 Piedmont Road, N- E. HE. 9336 WiIliam M. Sicurrys, Presiarent Hollls F. Moms, Vice-Preszdent at Buford Highway James P. Brown, Asst, Vice-President DUCKETT'S ARMY STORE, INC. "Things for Play" GUNS CAMP SUPPLIES "Things for Work" HARDWARE SHOES DUCKETT'S ARMY STORE, INC. HVWAY5 BRING COMPLIMENTS Happy Days OF Best Wishes From CRISWELL BAKING CO. A F R I E N D Atlanta, Georgia "Better Photographs" E L I. I O T T S ' PEACHTREE STUDIO Photographers to the 1950 Hi-Ways 169 Peachtree, N. E. WA. 8167 99 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. NDRTH SIDE DADS' CLUB 100 Complimentr of STATEWIDE MORTGAGE D R I V E IN COMPANY A T Real Esiafe Loans 807 Volunteer Bldg. Tel. MAin 0373 7 W. T, McCollister, President H 5 T Y S M, A. Crosby, Vire-Prerident-Sefretary Greer Z, Roberts, Vice-Prerident-Treasurer 2225 PEACHTREE ROAD be Atlanta's Fcworiie Drive-In Delicious Barbecue Hot Dogs FILET STEAKS f V Chocolate Malted Ice CICHIH SOFT DRINKS SOUTHERN DAIRIES, INC. Vernon 0711 TY STOKES ii? HIGH SCHOOL RINGS ENGRAVED INVITATIONS AND CARDS CAPS AND GOWNS. ik' Tel. VE. 9447 Oflice, 24 10th Street, N. W. 101 Let Ut Perronnlize A Sz. Charlet Curtorn Built Steel Kitchen for you. ATLANTA KITCHENS, INC. 2297 Peachtree Road, N. E. ATwood 8691 Teacher: "Now, Ralph, tell me where elephants are found." Bullard: "Elephants are such very large animals they hardly ever get lost." MINIT CAR WASH 2280 Peachtree Road C ornplimentt Of PEACHTREE DRIVE-IN COVENANT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CA Community Churchj BASS DRUG STORE MOTOR DELIVERY Telephone HEmlock 4526-7 2287 Peachtree Road Atlanta, Ga. FRANK GRAHAM CO. C ornplimenzr of BARRETT 81 LEACH Lincoln 3041 Peachtree Road and Mercury I LON BRIDGES SERVICE STATION Autornobzles L, 5, NO, 1,28 3062 Peachtree Rd., Buckhead, Atlanta, Ga. VE. 0701 600 West Peachtree Standard Oil Product: Road Service -- CH. 1173 Q, Cars - Trucks - Paris - Service WADE MOTOR CO. 399 SPRING STREET, NW. Atlanta TUXEDO FLORIST "For tlaofe who prefer the Berf' 3003 PEACHTREE ROAD EX. 1571-72 LAUNDERLUXE AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY 290 E. PACES FERRY ROAD HIGHLAND BAKERY INC. Bakers For flee Home BREADS - ROLLS - PASTRIES - CAKES Delivered To Your Door Daily Direct from the Bakery 655 Highland Avenue, N. E. MAin 5868 CHEROKEE PLUMBING 8. HEATING CO. Mr. Taylor: "Now, Bob, if you put your hand in one pocket and pulled out 75 cents, then put your other hand in the other pocket and pulled out CH- 8893 l 75 cents, what would you have?" 1 Trundle: "Somebody else's pants." WENDER 84 ROBERTS "Now class," said the teacher, "can you tell me -fBH6kbeddiJ Leading Drug Storey, one of the chief uses for cowhide? Peachtree Road - Buckhead - Atlanta, Georgia roofluref,Itpggiisugljtggjlntogjtzleflze back of the Phone CHerol-:ee 1122-1123 11 A, M. to 10:30 P. M. Phone CHerokee 9107 TlDWELL'S BARBECUE Old Fashioned Pit Cooked Barbecue Brunswick Stew, Orders To Take Out COMPLIMENTS Curb Service-Cold Drinks 3161 PEACHTREE ROAD, N. E. OF 1 of F. W. WOOLWORTH C 01zgrataZati01zJ to the Seai0fClaff BREWER-HEAD ffm C O M P A N Y A FRIEND Real Estate Sales Rents - Loans All Liner of Insurance NORTH FULTON LUMBER CO. 2nd Floor Georgia Savings Bank Building Lumbera12dBaiZdingMate1'ial.r 84 PEACHTREE at Broad 3025 PEACHTREE ROAD, N. E. CYPICSS 2514 QA: Buckheadj Atlanta, Ga- . 103 lHEY'RE BETTER BECAUSE , MARK OF QUALITY rifeyfd 1355055 TQXI U I E f ..f'1 f V EQSFRESHSS Pick up the bag with the little Red Truck on the U 'Q fi label. Always crisp and f-favwfflrg fm!! l tasty! They arc guaran- ' N5 ffl! BEN" c 0 L U tccd to be fresh! ' 5 R GQRDQNS S "TA" """S' coLoNlAL sToREs Lawyer: "Do you realize that you're facing the electric chair?" T R I O S H O E S H 0 P Gangster: "I'm not afraid to face itg it's sitting down in it that gets me." Joe: "Engaged to five girls at once! How do 3032 Roswell Road you explain such shameless conduct?" Schmoe: "I don't know. Cupid must have shot me with a machine gun." "KEEP A STEP AHEAD" "What was the hardest thing you learned at college?" asked the proud father. L L GUFFIN, "How to open beer bottles with a quarter," Prgpfiezgr said the son. E558 76a 763t64lCLEANING AND SHIRT LAUNDRY 104 N ,,,-5 dim COMPLIMENTS OF FULTON PLUMBING CO. 80 WEST PEACHTREE PLACE, N. W. MA. 1456 Kenny: "That dog knows as much as I do." Gordon: "Don't tell anybody, and you may be able to sell him anyway." Moe: "This is an ideal spot for a picnic." Floe: "It must be. Fifty million insects cant be wrong." Doctor Carranging patient on operating tableb : "l'll be perfectly frank and tell you that four out of five patients die under this operation. Is there anything I can do for you before I begin?" Patient: "Yes, help me on with my shoes and pants." VICTORY MOTORS, INC. DODGE . . . PLYMOUTH . . . DODGE TRUCKS "The Soufffs Finestu . NORTH AVENUE BETWEEN THE PEACHTREES . Municipal Bonds Water Revenue Certificates Corporate Securities BYRON BROOKE 81 COMPANY 1140-45 Citizens 81 Southern Bank Building Phone Walnut 5040 Atlanta 3, Ga. MITCHELL MOTORS, INC. OLDSMOBILE 350 Wfest Peachtree Street WA. 5255 ALLAN-GRAYSON REALTY CO. Sales - Properfy Mazmgement - Leases 30 North Pryor Street WA. 1696 THARPE 81 COMPANY GENERAL INSURANCE MORTGAGE LOANS Trust Company of Georgia Building ATLANTA, GEORGIA J. W. TINDALL 81 COMPANY Municipal and Corporatioiz Bonds and Sioclas 1146 Citizens 8c Southern Building Telephone WA. 0720 CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE CAPITAL AUTOMOBILE CO. ELWYN ToML1NsoN, Prey. Opposite Biltmore Hotel 107 FINE FURNITURE Custom Cabinet-Making Carpets Upholsterin Refinishing BEVERLY HALL, INC 1180 W. Peachtree Street, N. W. Phone ATwood 1920 Home CH. 6423 Office CH. 1196 WILSON APPLIANCE C0. Electrical anal Gas Appliances 5051 PEACHTREE RD., N. E. Charles F. Teniplenzan Atlanta, Ga. COMPLIMENTS OF BELL 81 MCFARLAND PARKING LoTs AND GARAGES 23 Alexander Street, N. E. 398 Peachtree Street, N. E. 506 Peachtree Street, N. E. 40 Pine Street, N. E. High Museum School of Art Professional Courses in Advertising Art, Interior Decorating, Design and Fine Arts BFA and MFA Degrees Summer Session: june 19-July 28, 1950 Winter Session begins September 11, 1950 Annual Scholarship Contest for High School Seniors junior Classes for Students in Grade and High Schools Call or write for information 1262 Peachtree Street, N. E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA HEmlock 5134 CALL US FOR YOUR HEATING NEEDS A Complete Line of Quality Gas Appliances anal Vent Pipe PAYNEHEAT PAYNE FLOOR FURNACES, CIRCULATORS, AND BASEMENT FURNACES PAYNE PANELAIR CNew Forced Air Wall Heateri SONNER BURNERS For The Smallest Or Largest Gas C onoefsion lol: METALBESTOS The New Quick Coupling Gas Vent and Flue Pipe Peerless Radiant Gas Heaters and Circulators Hotstream Water Heaters BLUE FLAME SUPPLY COMPANY CWl9olesale Onlyi 905 Bernina Avenue, N. E. LAmar 1911 108 TRI-STATE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Building Repairs -Pl Decorators General Contractors STORE FRONTS OUR SPECIALTY Phone WAlnut 03 3 0-1 114 Ellis Street, N. E. COLLINS SERVICE STATION WASH LUBRICATION BATTERY and ROAD SERVICE VE. 9354 2161 PEACHTREE ROAD Be Sure with PURE Compliments of THE MARCHANT CALCULATING MACHINE CO. Best Wishes from A PARENT Compliments of HARRISON-DRAUGHON SCHOOL OF COMMERCE T9 Peachtree Street, N. E. AT. 3888 .lACK'S DRUGS SODA We Deliver Peachtree Hills- Piedmont at Lindbergh CHerokee 7086 CI-Ierokee 0518 The Northsidek only CURTAINSHOP distirzctiee merchandise at thrifty prices I'IUTSON'S CURTAIN SHOP 3183 Peachtree Road, N. E. A GOOD TIP- For that hungry feeling- Reach for one of Dorrch's Fine Products "They're rich in Dextrosev Made Fresh daily in Atlanta by D O R T C H BAKING COMPANY When your sweet tooth says Cake - Yonr Wisdom tooth says,-DORTCHS WEINSTOCK'S Flower Shops 4090 Roswell Road fwqx "gf QQ ,SYM . The value of the telephone isn't just the calls you make. Sometimes the calls you receive are even more important. You'd miss a lot if the telephone Wasn't there. just on calls you make, the telephone's a big bargain in convenience, security, success and good times. When you add the calls you receive, it's an even bigger value. SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY X xwwyafam DA TE BOOK MRS. MRS. MISS MRS. MRS. MRS. NORTH FULTON PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION Wloirish seeles to secure for every f-hila' ihe highest advantages irz physical, nzeriial, soeial, and spiritual education. THORNE WINTER, JR. . . . . EMORY JENKS . . . ISABEL DEW . KIRK DORNEUSH . . . . . OLIVER SALE , R. H. BENNETT TO THE CLASS OF 1950 We extend our appreciation for your cooperation during your high school years and our sincerest Wishes for your success and happiness in the future. President . First Vice-President . . Second Vice-President Secretary . . Corresponding Secretary Treasurer 112 hirst, Too, Seeks ualit Months of study-Months ofpleasant companionship All of them summarized in this yearbook, a memento to the effort you have put forth to make a success of your school work. It is our hope that Coca Cola has in some small way made your task easier- t to your work or play. 4-is contributed a friendly pause for refreshmen X , XX Ask for it eifher way . . . both trade-mark: mean the mme thing. 113 THE ATLANTA DIVISION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA Colzgrafzilatm flat' 1950 Gzfacluatcs Of NORTH FULTON HIGH SCHOOL Plan now to continue your education at this S2,S00,000. center, 24 Ivy Street, S. E., Where last year 8975 students were enrolled in Liberal Arts or Business Administration programs. Expanded programs are offered you in Retailing, Transportation, Accounting, Education, Secretarial Science, Music, and Art. Write Regisimr for ilzformazfiofz. DR. GEORGE M. SPARKS, Director. 11,1 C01npli1nen1fs of th 6 J. A. LLOYD FACTORY SALES AGENT Supplier to the SOUTHERN ELECTRICAL WHOLESALERS 37 S WHITEHALL STREET ATLANTA, GA. Ken M.: "What's the name of that book you're reading?,' Charlie: Want." Ken M. "Let me see if they spelled my name right." "What Twenty Million Women You can't kiss a girl unexpectedly-only sooner than she thought you would. Aunt: "Gordon, I'm ashamed of you, walking down the street half drunk." Gordon M.: 'Tm sorry, Aunt Susan, I ran out of money." For over 60 years It has cost less to Furnish your home at . . If " 116 Whitehall St., S. W. The Sonzlff Lnrgeft Home Fnrnifberr lff eaiy to get the bert COMPLIMENTS KELPIN CLEANERS OF Odvrless EBERENZ SERVICE Dry Cleaning S T A T I 0 N 3170 PEACHTREE ROAD, N. E. CH. 6816 1895 Peachtree Rd., N. W. 5 HALEY-STEWART ELECTRICAL CO., INC. 116 LUCKIE STEEET, N. W. ATLANTA 3, GEORGIA WA. 8861 Liglatizzg Fixtures for Every Type Home And Gifts For All Occasions l-CRYSTAL CHANDELIERS CRYSTAL CANDELABRAS -1- FLUORESCENT FIXTURES AND DESK LAMPS Oil Lamp Reproductions - Hurricane Mantel Lamps - Table Lamps - Wrought Iron Fixtures Fireplace Equipment - Electric Fire Logs - Figurines - Mirrors - Glass Ware - Pottery Gazing Globes - Book Ends - Hand Painted Serving Trays BUCKHEAD DEPARTMENT STORE Quality Merchandise PRICE AT THE RIGHT PRICE Compliments of C 9 PEACHTREE AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY 1863 Peachtree Rd., N. E. AT. 8055 Cornplirnents of B 0 B ' S INDIVIDUAL LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING COMPANY 2257 Peachtree Road Phone HEmlock 4200 Mo: "You got a pug nose, ain't you?" Joe: "Yeah! And my old man's got a pug nose and so has my kid sister." Mo: "Gee! Pug noses run in you family, don't they?" joe: "Only in the wintertimef' A pat on the back develops character-if ad- ministered young enough and low enough. Physics Prof.: "What happens when a body is immersed in water?" Bright Student: "The telephone rings." FLOWERLAND FLORIST'S Inc. 2775 Peachtree Rd., N. E. ATLANTA, GA. CHerokee 1168 PEACHTREE ROAD SHOP Ready to Wear anal Lingerie Accessories Brassieres and Girdles Experienced Corsetiere R. H. CRANE 8m SON GAS, OIL, TIRES AND BATTERIES 1689 Howell Mill Road AT. 6161 Congratulations to tloe Class of 195 0 A-6 and A-7 x X Fi? COVER THE EARTH sgifaqc x 9:39, . A,-u Q Complimenfs Of SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. BUCKHEAD BRANCH 3025 Peachtree Road EX. 2814 Com plimenl: 01' A FRIEND JONES SEWING SERVICE Your North Side New Home Dealer 3178 Peachtree Road Ex. 5250 Covered Butzonr, Bell: and Buckler Made to Order MATTHEWS SUPER MARKET Quality - Price - Service 5455-7 Peachtree Road, N. E. Atlanta, Ga. J. D. MATTHEWS CHerokee 8460 Art Supplier MILTON BRADLEY CO. OF GA. 384 Forrest Avenue, N. E. 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U B "To grow as persons in body, mind and spirit To grow in practicing the democracy we talk about To grow as world citizens by sharing with and caring about All races, religions, and nationalities." Stupe: "Fishing?" Droop: "Nope, drowning worms." Spectator: "Hey! Sit down in front!" Drunk: "Don't be ridiclish. I don't bend that Way." A man in Chicago was grumbling about the heat. Said another, who had just returned from a trip through the south: "Hot! Boy, you don't know what hot is. One day this week in Mississippi I saw a dog chasing a cat and they were both walking." Compliments Of A FRIEND BEASI.EY'S "HOUSE OF FINE FOODS" 1701 Peachtree St., N. E. Atlanta, Ga. Open Seven Dizyr Weekly Compliment: Of RAY ROBERTSON From A F R I E N D of North Fnlton RABON'S SERVICE STATION 2953 Peachtree Road, N. E. Phone EX. 3188 Atlanta, Ga. TILLYE SILLAY Home of Arlisfic Creating H an Infliiidiznlly Styleil and Remodeled 401 Whitehead Building Tel. MAin 8229 223 Peachtree Street Atlanta, Georgia FRED'S FRUIT EMPORIUM Specializing in INDIAN RIVER ORANGES and tree and nine iipenecl fini!! only 2371 Peachtree Road 120 BEST WISHES from MR. WALKER'S FIRST PERIOD CITIZENSHIP - HISTORY CLASS LLOYD REDD -- JOE BALDWIN REDD 8a BALDWIN REALTY COMPANY Leases . . . Sales . . . Rentals Healey Building Atlanta, Georgia G. L. Scboen C, C. Scboen C. C. Scboen, jr. INSULATION 81 WIRES, INC. 450 Bishop Street, N. XV. ATLANTA,GA. fMHgl16f Wir'e mm' Izzsulrzfirzg Mrzferialj 1 I BEST YVISHES from MR. WALKER'S SECOND PERIOD CITIZENSHIP - HISTORY CLASS CARTER, W. N., DRUG STORE 2815 Peachtree Road, N. E. Cl-lerokee 1146 MOTORCYCLE DELIVERY WOODROW WILSON COLLEGE BEST WISHES OF LAW EVENING COURSE IN LAW f C0-educational T 0 In 203 Healey Building Atlanta, Ga. A - 3 Richard Bailey jerry Land GARDEN HILLS A ., . G1endaBarr Gloria Lay R DIO 81 APPLIANCE CO Inc Barbara Bell Helene Brooks Drusina Buice Harriette Butler Janie Callaham Dewayne Carnes Richard Courts Norman Crane Betty Gaertner Jeanette Gilleland Elsa Goldstein Gene Hardeman Ellen Harrison Peter Head Kay Holloway Bobbie Jean Jordan Frances Long Donald McFarlan Pat McMillan Elizabeth Minhinnett Tommy Mitchell Barbara Sue Norton Ruth Paine Patsy Smith Dianne Steele Sue Story Avis Streetman Alice Stroh Lynne Sykes Everette Vaughan Bill White "Two doors from the Garden Hills Theater" Records - Radio - Television Expert Radio and TV Service 2831 Peachtree Road Open nights till 9 P. M. KILLINGSWORTH SERVICE STATION 2850 Peachtree Road, N. E. Atlanta, Ga. Tel. CHerokee 9257 A tobacco farmer was showing a little old lady around the plantation. "These tobacco plants are in full bloomf' "lsn't that wonderful! When will the cigars be ripe?" BEST WISHES F0172 MR. WALKER'S THIRD PERIOD CITIZENSHIP - HISTORY CLASS 123 BEST WISHES from MR. WALKER'S FOURTH PERIOD CITIZENSHIP - HISTORY CLASS HITCHCOCK 81 SIMMONS CUMPUMENTS OF Druggists QUALITY FARM SUPPLY CO. 3057 PEACHTREE ROAD 101912 Deere Sales and Service Atlanta' Ga' 515 NELSON STREET,S.W. Telephone Cherokee 1131 CY. 5005 Ilur Small Variety Insures Freshness IIUIIB SERVICE l -1 22:7 BEST WISHES from MR. WAI.KER'S FIFTH PERIOD CITIZENSHIP - HISTORY CLASS B 0 u V 0 31 a g e e t MEILLEURS VOEUX a la classe de 1950 du Cercle Frangais Compliments Of THE TODDLE HOUSE 734 PONCE DE LEON AVE., N 808 PEACHTREE, N. E. isiow PEACHTREE, N. W. Roy C.: How's your insomnia? S Ralph B.: Worse! Can't even sleep when it's time to get up. Taken from newspaper: just broke up with my girl friend. Want someone to finish argyle socks. "W0yld'5 Barber: "And how would you like your hair Best cut, sir. H Wesley: "O Barber: "Yes, I know, but what style?l' I-Ialnbuygersv Wesley: "First, tell me your prices." Barber: "Haircut 75c, shave, 35c." Wesley: "Well, shave my hair oil." See Beautiful OGLETHCRPE ESTATES on the path of Atlanta's Future ETHERIDGE 84 VANNEMAN REALTY DEVELOPERS Peachtree Road at Oglethorpe University CHerokee 0261 26 "SON" RICHARDSON COMPLIMENTS OF I ,. ' 3070 Peachtree Road, N. W. A- V .g u, l . gn. TIRES - T-V-'S - ACCS- .. - .T , 13- '21 , .3""' Q. ,c,f.y,,,, -,-1 -. ..f-.:- -:V 931-1+ v: 7-'-:iw . CWPf1mf12ff Of We ' 1 ' LIBRARY STAFF eff ' " 53.1511 ,f , 1 1 of North Fulton High School ANDREWS PHARMACY Qualify - Service - Coufrleiy 1899 Howell Mill Road ATwood 6346-6547 Compliments of A-5 1949-50 WALTER J. PENNY CH. 4061 3096 Roswell Rd. "In Bzlclaberzff' FINE DRESS FABRICS IMPORTED TRIMMINGS MCCALL PATTERNS owtllzemysferm ..LlL1.1vAToQ COMPANY Deyiguerf and Mamzzfzzctzzrerr Of Specialized Ele mtoffr and Material H mzcilin g Equipment Sbepart H0meLIFT Cheney SMZVLIFT INTEGRITY RELIABILITY Mother Centering room unexpectedlyb : "Carol! Get right down from Franks knee!" Carol G.: "Nothing doing, Ma. I got here first." The bottle of perfume that Willie sent was highly offensive to Millicent. Her thanks were so cold that they quarreled, I'm told, through that silly scent Willie sent Millicent. Miss Baker: "Jeanne, give me a sentence with the word diploma in itf, Jeanne A.: "When the sink gets stopped, Mama says to go getdiplomaf' Best Wishes SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY 127 PEACHTREE ROAD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 0 PEACHTREE ROAD METHODIST SALES -- SERVICE CHURCH "The F1fie1zdly Church" Better Buy from Burke in Buckhead Compliments of EVAN P. HOWELL KE MOTOR Parent-Teachers Association 3167 PEACHTREE ROAD EXchange 1551 Mr. Langston: "Do you mean to tell me you don't know what a comet is?" Carl H.: "No, I don't." Mr. Langston: "A comet is a star with a tail." Carl H.: "Oh, Mickey Mouse." 128 . 'NK N -. , WW' f, xv 3 , .a x S fa F.: XM 1 Qt WW ,W Q I - 0 sql fy COM PLI MEN TS OF PASFAV Wi Y' Covizpliments Of A 11 v...-Y in-up Jfllrrvlei.- .axqlnodixzlwt LADIES' HOME JOURNAL OMAHOUSE BEAUTIFUL Awiluble at RlCH'S and DAVISON-PAXON it l During a tennis tournament a fellow sat down beside a girl. l'Whose game?" UI am," she said. Russell S. "Why did the cross-eyed teacher have trouble?,' Drew L.: "She had trouble keeping her pupils straightf' Ditsey Baummortal once remarked that having a corn on the bottom of your foot is a good place to have it, because then nobody can step on it but you. 131 Buckhead Appliance 81 Furniture Co. COMPLIMENTS Frigidaire Appliances OF Radio and Television - Furniture and Rugs 3185 PEACHTREE ROAD, N. E. B - 5 Atlanta, Georgia CH. 9408 COMPLIMENTS Congratulations OF lg to t e EDMUNDS MOTOR CO. Senior Class Your Uptown Lincoln-Mercury frgm Dealer 241 Spring Street, N. W. CY. 3601 C ' 7 COMPLIMENTS A S la f 0 , OF TOM MITCHELL BUICK 3163 ROSWELL RD., N. 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