North Fulton High School - HiWays Yearbook (Atlanta, GA)
- Class of 1959
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Bur Eamuus-Students Gather Un Lawns, Hround Buildings
The school year 1958-59 has seen many
changes brought about in the held of educa-
tion. This year marked the beginning of the
space age, the race for supremacy not only on
the earth but also in the skies. lt also saw the
bad effects of racial strife, a great domestic
problem in our time. ln this year, as never
before, the eye of the public is turned toward
the American schools. Education is the fore-
most thought in the minds of the citizens.
With so much emphasis being put on learn-
ing, education becomes the natural theme for
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BOOKS . . . a hot afternoon . . . 'teacher checking roll
. . . students use study hall +o prepare their lessons.
STH GRADE . . . IZH1 grade . . . two extremes
beneath 'rhe same roof.
OUR SCHOOL . . . a part
of our stale and our nalion.
Pep Rallies, llur Grounds Hml
We at North Fulton realize how fortunate we arf
to be a part of a school such as ours, a school in which
We are exposed to many fields of education. Compan-
ionship, cooperation, respect, sportsmanship, and lead
ership are as much a part of the North Fulton curric-
ulum as are mathematics, science and the languages
It is this concept of North Fulton which We have triec
to bring to life in the following pages of our annual
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STUDY HALL, RECESS, . . . the campus, work,
play-fhis is North FuH'on . . . and so is 'teenage love.
SCHOOL IS OUT . . . Juniors and Seniors, books under lheir arms, begin +o s+roII ou+ lo lheir cars in the school parking
uildings, Study Halls llnd Football
Dur pictures, our copy, and our design . . . they tell of
North FuIton's part in this time of unrest, and of her
asting influence on each student as he travels down
:he Hi-Wa3's of life.
SPIRIT . . . Pep rallies . . . Momenls such as
lhese lead our team on 'ro lhe ci+y championship.
ll. F.'s llnswer To 1959
CAPTAIN BILL DUKES leads our leam in prayer
a'I' 'rhe slart of each 'loolball game.
Charles Gendel Presents The
David presenls . . . Our Goal-To Learn . . . I
Sarah and June presenr . . . Respecl . . . I2
Neal, Judy and Donnie preseni
Jackie and Jerry presenr . . . Leadership
Judy and Jane presenl' . . . Excellence .
J . . . Companionship . . . 26
North Fulton 1959 Hi-Ways
Harrief and Pepper preseni' . . . Service . . . E
Sally and Cheney preseni' . . .
Fausfine and Sarah preseni' . . . Salesmanship . . . I76
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presen+s . . . Discipline
Jim and Tom presen+ . . . Sporfsmanship
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WITH RESPECT WE TJEDIBATE THE T959 TTI-WAYS
During the formative years teenagers turn
to their high school teachers for guidance,
inspiration, and understanding. It is not in
the classroom alone that their influence is
felt. A teacher who presents his subject mat-
ter forcefully and challengingly and pos-
sesses an approachable nature holds the re-
spect and friendship of his students. In our
senior class sponsor We Hnd these necessary
Perhaps one of the nicest compliments a
teacher can receive is that of a returning
college student who says something similar
to this: f'Your instruction prepared me for
college Work. I feel as Well prepared as
anyone in my class." Miss Emma Plaster
has received this compliment many times.
Many students and faculty members are
probably not aware of the quiet, devoted
Way in which Miss Plaster carries out her
assigned duties, and they are probably
even less aware of the way in which she
looks for things to do that are not required
of her. Miss Plaster is one of the most de-
voted teachers North Fulton has on its fa-
culty. Her car is the hrst to arrive and is
often the last to leave.
Miss Plaster, with many years of ex-
perience behind her, came to North
Fulton in 1942 to assume the chairman-
ship of the English department. Few
people realize that Miss Plaster has
taught grammar school, six years of
seventh grade at E. P. Howell, or, that
she is just as equipped to teach Latin
as English, having taught Latin at both
Hapeville and Covington high schools,
or that she has sponsored both high
school newspapers and annuals. ln her
thirty years of service to Atlanta chil-
dren Miss Plaster has taught every
grade level in high school. However,
she is not one to let "grass grow under
her feet." She has taken many courses
since her teaching career started,
courses designed to bring to the class-
room the very latest in teaching meth-
Jds. She continually corresponds with
:ollege students who advise her as to
what has proved valuable to them in
Vliss Plaster might well be called the
'guardian of the senior classfl She has
spent countless hours promoting entries
:or various essay contests with scholar-
ihips as the prizes. The senior cabinet
iwes its being to her.
Vliss Plaster, you have been a friend
ind helper to us both as a class and as
ndividuals. You have instilled in us a
rue appreciation of the English lan-
guage. You have presented to us the
'hallenge that faced Ulysses of old 'Ito
trive, to seek, to Hnd, and not to yield."
Xnd so, to you, Miss Emma Plaster, we
ledicate with sincere respect and affec-
ion this l959 edition of the Hi-lVays.
With term papers almost due, Miss Plaster gives freely ot her
time and knowledge in lending the seniors a helping hand.
as Plaster is well known for her knowledge of many sub- Here we see her in one ot her 'Famous "get-ups" clowmng
ts, but she also possesses another quality, sportsmanship, with some Senior girls at a pep rally.
ch has end d h h ' . 11
eare er to t e Senior class
The teachers' arrival begins the schoolday. Sign-
ing in is a method of "calling the rolll' and must
be done by each member of the faculty every morn-
ing. From there the classes begin. Typical of these
are the examples of class participation through-
out this section. A book, a ruler, a pencil-with
these tools we learn. But without the proper guid-
ance we stand alone.
FACULTY-FOUNDATION OF SCHOOL
What part do the students play in our school's
success as a highly esteemed secondary school?
Their contribution to North Fulton is a result of
skillful faculty guidance. The faculty and admin-
istration are the foundation of the school and our
learning. Each member of this unifying body is
a teacher, counselor, and friend.
FACULTY INSPIRES RESPECT
Since a great part of the day is spent at school
discussing with and learning from our teachers, We
become Well acquainted with their character and
personality. Because of this close relationship, our
life outside the school is also benefited by their
friendship and advice. From them we learn respect
as well as academic knowledge. We realize that
respect is not a stiff formality or a necessary pre-
caution against demerits, but it is an outward, polite
devotion given to those whom we respect in our
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DR. IRA JARRELL
Our principal, Mr. William Bryce, whose home was Florence, South Carolina, received his B.S. from Clemson an
his M.A. from the University of Florida. From i940 to l953 he served as coach, counselor, and worlrshop leach:
here. ln l953 he became principal of Margaret Mitchell Elementary School, but returned 'lo North Fulton in l9E
as our principal.
WARREN T. JACKSON
Emory Univ. B.A., M.A.
Univ. of Chicago Ph.D.
District Superintendent lArea 3l
MISS ISABEL S. DEW, E-I
Agnes Scott B.A.
Emory Univ. M.A.
Students Eooperate with Faculty Hn
All of the students at North Fulton appreciate tl
help and guidance given us by the faculty and at
ministration. We, as tomorroW's citizens, realize thi
through the high standards of education maintain:
here, We are forming habits that will benefit us
our later careers.
MRS. JENNY LEE BROWN
MRS. ALICE BROOKS
Univ. of Georgia B.S., M.N.Ec.I.
MRS. JANE LEWIS
Univ. of Georgia B.A., M.A.
MRS. JANE CHANDLER
MRS. CHRISTINE BURROUGHS
Univ. of Georgia B.S.
Univ. of Georgia M.Ed.
Peabody College M.A.
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G. E. RAVEN
MRS. LOUTITIA H. HINTON
Grady Memorial Nursing ScI1ooI
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MRS. BEATRICE SMITH '
II0l'Ih FUIIUII, Pflllld III
Department, Euncentrates Un
MISS KATHRYN CONNELL, B-9 MISS DOROTHY EARNEST, A-6 MRS. ALICE GIBSON, A-8
Oglefhorpe Univ. B.A. Univ. of Georgia B.S. Columbia Univ. M.A.
Valdosia Sfaie College English English
MISS CLARE LEAR, A-5 JIM LOFTON, D-I MRS. LOUISE McGEE, B-I
Huni-ingfon College B.A. Auburn B.S. Univ. of Georgia B.A.
En Iish, Afhlefics English
MRS FRANCES O'NEAL, C-9
MISS CLARA LEE MOODIE. E-6 MISS ELIZABETH NORMAN, E-7 u - u
Emory Univ. B.A. LaGrange CoIIege B.A. UNV- of Geofgfa B-A-
English Univ. of Georgia M.A. Dfamahcsf E"9I'5I'
Eomnosition Hnd Uooahulary Hs Eolloge Preparation
IN EVERY SUBJECT cer+ain students excel
These Juniors are members of advanced Eng
Iish class sponsored by Ford Foundahon Miss
Plasfer helps Kay Pearson wiI'h her composrlion.
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MRS. ANN SPIRES. B-3
S+e+son Univ. B.A.
MISS EMMA PLASTER, E-2
Univ. of Georgia B.A., M.A.
Chairman of English
English Is Communication
Learning communicative skills is an
integral part of education. From the
beginning of our high school career
particular stress is laid upon the
ability to speak forcibly, Write cor-
rectly, and convey clearly our ideas
to others. As we develop these skills
We unconsciously Widen our perspec-
tive and increase our capacity for
math Languages Hre Practic.
MISS ELIZABETH SENTER, E-5
Emory Univ. M.A.
Chairman of Mathematics
MISS I.UCII.I..E KNIGHT, C-5
Geometry, Basic Math, Aigebra
The education we receive at Nor
Fulton is strengthened by the f
tensive mathematics departme
From eighth grade arithmetic
trigonometry, We continue to c
velop our ability for practical rm
soning and understanding of tec
nical problems. As each step
taken tovvard increasing our know
edge, We realize that as Well
having learned more about I
particular subject, we have sha
ened our mental capacities.
Subjects For Future life
The practical application of our knowl-
edge of a foreign language increases with
the launching of each satellite. Our con-
tinually shrinking globe provides oppor-
tunities of contact with the customs and
cultures of foreign lands. A foundation in
Spanish, French or Latin is invaluable
for citizenship in our present-day world.
MISS MARGARET WILLIAMS, B-5
Univ. of Georgia B.A.
FRANK B. WALL, E-4
Oglethorpe Univ. B.A.
Peabody College M.A.
Chairman of Languages
MISS SARA M. HARRELL, A-3
Wesleyan College B.A.
Univ. of Paris M.A.
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Louis HECKLE, B-4
Presbyterian College B.A.
MISS EVELYN MITCHELL, C-7
Tiff College B.A.
Univ. of Georgia M.A.
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STUDENTS LEARN aboui cusfoms as well as language of counlry. Jack Geisel poin+s
ou+ +o Miss Williams' fourfh period La+in class 'rhe apparel of a rypical Roman soldier.
Peabody College B.S.
Columbia Univ. M.A.
Emory Univ. B. A.
I Chairman ot History
MORELAND SMITH inquires about a question that has
been asked in Mrs. Barton's senior social problems class.
MISS MYRTLE CALDWELL.
W' Students Inquire Hhnut
Uur Country Hnd llur neighbors
ff' o, sw 'HE
One of the more important
departments in our school is
social studies. These courses
involve not only the study of
foreign countries through our
World history classes, but also
extensive explorations into the
field of American history.
There are many courses in so-
cial studies which a student
may select from eighth grade
citizenship to twelfth grade
problems of democracy and
Birmingham Southern B.A.
Emory Univ. M.A.
WEYMAN H. TUCKER, E-3
Oglethorpe Univ. B.A.
MISS MILDRED MULLINS, D-4
Judson College B.S.
Social Problems, History
MISS ANN O'OUINN, A-7
Univ. of Georgia B.A.
MRS. DOROTHY BARTON, E-8
CHARLIE C. MAUPIN, A-2 MISS FRANCES WOOTEN D 3 MISS EDNA WADE D2
Univ. of Georgia B.S. Wesleyan College BS Univ ot Georgia BA MA
Peabody College M.A. American History Problems of Democracy
Citizenship American History
liroot Hpplication Ut Business Education Results From High School Study
The department from which many students at North
Fulton proht after graduation is that of typing, short-
hand and general business training. As vvell as im-
proving one's coordination, typing has the oppor-
tunity for the development of self-discipline. Because
the typewriter misspells and tries one's patience, it
builds self-control, or weakens it. By going further
and taking shorthand, a student is adequately pre-
pared for either a secretarial job or for note-taking
in college. Another course in the commercial depart-
ment is general business. I-low do you Hll outa check,
plan a budget? These and many other problems are
solved in this strong preparatory course for home
MISS NEWBERRYS second period typing class frantically concentrates on
improving their knowledge ot typing during the ten minute timed writing
This skill will prepare many tor college and competent 'obs ot today
Miss MARGARET ACREE, 0.6 at
Univ. ot Georgia B.A. ,K l
Commerce College M.S. z A
Atlanta Law School L.L.B.
Typing, Business Education
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MRS. ANN CAUBLE, C-2
Syracuse Univ. B.A.
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MRS. BETTY DOYLE, C-I0 I I-X
Tulane Univ. B.A.
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DOUG CORRY, D-8
Georgia Teacl1er's College B.S.
General, Human Biology
Sputnik, Social Unrest-Uur Illttention Is
ln these days of inter-
the importance of train-
ing young minds for
science cannot be un-
derestimated. Here is a
new, challenging field
begging for leaders.
SCIENCE PRESENTS CHALLENGE
For the inquiring mind the Sci-
ence Department is a stimulus. A
student may receive an acquain-
tance With the factsg a knowledge
invaluable, Whether or not he
chooses to pursue it. Should he
decide to make science his career,
he may be sure that his is a Hrm
FRANK STOW performs an experimenr for Mr. Garner's fourrh period class.
HARRY C. TAYL R
Georgia Tech B.S.
Chairman of Science
Chemistry 'Q Vx
tentered Un HII Sciences
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MISS EVA HOXSIE, B-6
Univ. of Georgia B.S.
The homemaking courses here of-
fer many advantages to girls in
grades eight through twelve. They
become acquainted with textiles,
fabrics, and designsg good groom-
ing and healthful habitsg food-
not only cooking but planning a
Well balanced, palatable meal. At
North Fulton we are building
homemakers and career women
Who will lead tomorrow's world.
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ROBERT A. GARNER, C-4
Univ. of Georgia B.S., M.EcI.
Emory Univ. L.L.B.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS prepare a meal in Miss Hoxsie's
MISS JIM TURNER, B-7
Univ. of Georgia B.S.
Columbia Univ. M.A.
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MRS. ANNELLA DUFFES, B-8
Univ. of Georgia B.S.
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MISS EMILY HARVILLE, A-4
Univ. of Georgia B.A.
Furman Univ. M.A.
WILLIAM TAFT SUTTON, C-3
Piedmont CoIIege B.A.
Ennrdination By Training
FRANK B. JERNIGAN, D-9
Emory Univ. B.A., M.A.
World, American Hisfory
Chairman of Afhleiics
CALVIN HARTNESS, B-2
Furman Univ. B.A.
General Science, Physical Educaiion
C. FREDERICK FUSSELL
Univ. of Norlh Carolina B.A.
Peabody College M.A.
Head Baslcefball Coach, Healfh
Science, Physical Educaiion
MRS. MINNIE HASTY
Univ. of Georgia B.S.
Physical Educaiioin, Healfh Science
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HERE WE SEE in progress a boys' physical
educa+ion class supervised by Coach Hari'-
ness. George Dounis shoofs for a baslcei.
M RS. MARTHA LIVINGSTON
Univ. of Georgia B.S.
Eulture Is Taught In Elassical Hrts
We classify physical
education, art, music,
and driver education
as skills. These cour-
ROBERT S. LOWRANCE
in order that the stu-
Emory Univ. 8.5.
Davidson College M.A.
dent might partici-
pate in activities
Which would be of
MRS. KATHRYN HOPPE, A-9
Univ. ot Georgia B.S.
T3lBIIlS To Skills
CARL M. HULBERT
Stetson Univ. M.A.
futurevalue to him.
Through these classes we learn not only
the importance of using our talents to
develop our abilities but also how to Work
in fellowship and harmony with our
Univ. of Georgia B.S.
Chairman of Industrial Arts
B. CECIL COOK, A-I0
LaGrange College B.A.
J. B. ANGELO CROWE
Berry College B.S.
Georgia Tech, Emory Univ.
Univ. ot Georgia
Driver Training, Mechanical
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All learning cannot come from textbooks. In
fact, some of the most important lessons in life
are not found in any books. Among these lessons
is companionship, an integral part of a North
Fulton student's curriculum.
COMPANIONSHIP IS PART OF STUDENT LIFE
Companionship is simply a sharing in the things
another person is doing, this would be hard to
avoid at our school. We eat together in the
lunchroom, study together in class and in the
library, yell together in pep rallies and at the
games, have fun together at the dances, and pray
together in our morning devotionals. It is im-
possible to side step this feeling of companion-
ship when you share so much and have so much
in common with other people.
EACH PERSON IS AN INDIVIDUAL
At first glance the following pages may look
like a sea of faces. But, on closer inspection, you
will find that each picture is separate, and each
person is an individual. For, at North Fulton
each individual is an important part of the
Our section is divided into four classes, each
one with its own activities and characteristics.
Yet, while there is class rivalry and loyalty, there
is also an underlying feeling which is always
presentwa deep love and admiration for all our
companions and for our school.
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Officers of +he Subfresh-
man Class are from lefl' 'lo
righl: Charles Greenfield,
presidenlg Angela Mc-
Ardle, secrelaryg Roger
Shepard, lreasurerg Lynn
Suhfreshmen Hrljust To H new Ulay UI Life Hs They Eagerly Begin
Row l: Bob Adams, Sieve
Adams, Richard Aiken, Dick
Akin, Jan Allen, Jean Allen,
Sco++ Allen, Doug Anderson.
Row 2: Teri Anderson, Julia
Arnold, Liz Ash, Marilyn Avra,
Connie Bandy, Chris Banks,
Connie Barber, Richie Barker.
Row 3: Eddie Barksdale, Rich-
ard Baron, John Bass, Chuck
Bender, Barbara Benner, Corky
Bennell, Lawrence Benson, BiFl
Row 4: Ernie Benlon, Palfy
Benzie, Dennis Berry, Don Bilo-
deau, Wayman Bishop, Barbara
Blihovde, Diane Bolen, Pal
Row 5: Rulhanna Boyd, Peggy
Bradford, Paula Brinkley, Diane
Brooks, Busler Brown, Judy
Brown, Beverly Burch, Dorothy
Row 6: Jack Carnes, Kaihryn
Carrulhers, Karen Chrislensen,
Mimi Clark, Belly Cloud, Dixie
in-We, ,jf 1'
Coals, Mickey Cogburn, Mar- .1
Ricky Harris, Hugh
Schu+'I'e, and Reggie Jones
enferiain +he s+uden+ bo-
dy wi+h a humorous slcif.
"C" feam foofball squad
adds inferesiing back-
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Their Five-Vear Euurse Ht Ilonh Fulton
Row I: Deloris Comboia, Dove
Connor, Linda Conrad, Cheryl
Cowan, Ronnie Crawford, Fran
Croom, Eddie Cummings, Suzy
Row 2: Bob Daly John Daven
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porr, Karhy Davis, Sally Davis, ' X 9' we
Susan Davis, Tommy Davis,
Thomas Dechman, Roberi de
Row 3: Marcel De Loach, Vir-
ginia Direnzo, George Dounis,
PaHy Downs, Charles Drislxell,
Rosemary Drohan, Nan DurreH,
Row 4: Myles Easiwood, Chuck
Eaves, Bonnie Ebner, Doroihy
Edwards, Judy Edwards, Linda
English, Helen Epsrien, Dale
Row 5: Jaclrie Fain, Eddie Fam-
brough, Max Ferguson, Tommy
Ford, June Friedman, Bill
Gardner, Carolyn George,
Row 6: Nancy Gordy, Charles
Greenfield, Robin Guymon,
Phillip Haffen, Gloria Ham-
briclr, Judy Hamburger, John
Hancock, Billy Hanger.
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Row I: Sieve Hanges, Kafhy
Hardegree, Ricky Harris, Eliza-
beih Harrison, Doiiie Hayes,
Siephanie Hearshen, Carolyn
Hendon, Ronnie Hesier.
Row 2: Ronny Hieber, Lynn
Highsmiih, Frances Hinion, Lee
Hilchcock, Willa Hoeser, Slar-
Iing Holcomb, Vance Hoover,
Row 3: Loren Horn, Anne
Horne, Rebecca Hughes, Billy
Hull, Alex Hurder, Bill Huich-
inson, Ricky Jarrell, Julian JeH'.
Row 4: Davide Johns, Judy
Johnson, Ricky Johnson, Doug-
las Johnson, Susan Johnsion,
Jimmy Jones, Reggie Jones,
Row 5: Jo An-n King, Linda
King, Vicki King, Deanne Koc-
sis, Judy Kohn, Sandra Lan-
ders, Sieve Landis, Pai' Larsen
Row 6: Carol Lawhorn, Ken
Lawhorn, Buddy Lawler, Mary
Anne Leamon, Candy Lee,
Davie Lerner, David Lennox
Row 7: Leda Loshak, Carolyn
Lucas, Carol Lyon, Jean Lieb,
Judy Lindsay, Angela McArdle,
Linda McCord, Susan Mac-
Row 8: Bonnie Mclver, Mike
McNieb, Sara McRae, Lolly
Magnuson, Janie Malone, Neva
Marlin, Lynn Mason, George
Row 9: Ralph Miichell, Ricky
MiHelman, Denny Mollenkamp,
Missie Monfague, Judy Moody,
Larry Moore, Helen Moore-
head, Thomas Moran.
Row IO: Bonnie Jean Morden,
Belly Morgan, Teresa Morgan,
Diane Morris, David Morrison,
Mark Moulfhrop, George Mur-
ray, Roland Neeson.
School Spirit By Planning llnrl Presenting Halloween Pep Rally
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Ghoulish ghos+s arrive
bringing much "spiri+"
wil'h ihem. The wilch,
Ma'H'hew Smi'l'h, and "her"
weird-blaclc car, Davie
Lemer, scare sludenls info
Row I: Cheryl Nelson, Linda
Os+rom, Belly Jane Oulz, Shef-
field Owen, Warren Owen,
Allen Oxford, Charles Parlrer,
Row 2: Richard Parris, Gail
Parnell, John Pershing, Dick
Peflys, Sieve Poore, Belly
Procior, Paul Purser, Kenny
Row 3: Chris Ranlrine, John
Renshaw, Danny Ricllell, Ann
Riley, Virginia Roane, Jim Rob-
erls. Lynn Robinson, Ellen
Row 4: Anne Rolader, Henry
Rosenbaum, Ronnie Rosenlhal,
David Ross, Linda Rubin, Jim-
mie Salle, Jefif Sample, Lynne
Row 5: Bob Schoenberner,
Hugh Schu'He, Linda Schwefel,
Sandra Schwefel, Bobby Seclr-
inger, Woody Seiberl, Roger
Shepard, Harold Sheppard.
Row 6: Doug Shields, Bob
Shuford, Jane Simmons, Sieve
Slciles, Bobby Sluss, Belsy
Smalley, Billy Smifh, Carler
Row 7: Dana Smilh, Francis
Smilh, Jaclr Smifh, Laurie
Smilh, Liouis Smilh, Maflhew
Smilh, Ray Smifh, Susan Snow-
Crowning of royalfy highlighfs
Dance. Leff +o right Reggie
Jones and Carolyn George 'From
'rhe eigh+h grade: Sidney Barnes
and Sandy Carler from The
Eighth Graders Panicipate In School-Sponsored Hctivities
Row l: Margarel Somerville,
Claudia Sommerfield Diane
Spencer, Doug S+anfield, Eliza- " g 4 berh Sfanfield, David Sianford,
Row 2: George Slelling, Jay
Sfephenson, Chuck S+ep'I'er,
Connie Slubblefield, Adele
Suddafh, Glynn Swindle, BeHy
Row 3: Terry Thompson, Joe
Trammell, Judy Tull, Mike
Turner, Craig VarnDamm, Jim-
my Vansanl, JeFF Van+osh.
Row 4: Mary Vlass, Anne Vorus,
Fefe Waddell, Jan Wainwright
Vicki Wallace, Jean Wallis,
Row 5: Bill Washburn, Sue Ann
Washingfon, Lyn Webb, Dell
Websier, Sandra Wells, John
Welk, David Whelchel.
Row 6: Jack Wiggins, Charles
Willcox, Bill Williams, George
Williams, Dorofhy Willis, Diane
Wilson, Gennie Windham.
Row 7: Jimmie Windham, Pele
Wrighi, Tommy Wrighf, Susan
Young, Chrisline Zimmerman.
No+ Piclured: Bonner Cohen,
Wendy Eidson, Richard Har-
rison, Joe Keeney, Do-nald
Row I: John Aaron, Helen
Adams, Kay Adams, Teresa
Adams, Paul Alcorn, Lindsey
Aldrich, Mary Alfriend.
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Row 2: Mary Ann Ames,
George Ash, Janer Askew,
Susan Aichison, Sieve Avery,
Dell Avery, Judy Awiry.
Row 3: Ben Baker, Joan Baker,
Sidney Barnes, Chan Barref,
Barbara Beadle, Ca+hy Biere-
ley, Jim Binkeri.
Row 4: Dameron Black, Varner
Jo Blackshaw, Johnny Blevins,
Bruce Blihovde, Joe Boofh,
Dale Boyd, John Boye'H.
Row 5: Bruce Brannon, Buzz
Brazelfon, Danny Broome, Paul-
eH'e Brown, Bob Buchanan,
Richard Bunzl, Ellen Builer.
4 Row 6: Nancy Cagie, Jan
-,7 -Q." , , ,, ' , Campbell, Ben Carmichael,
y 5' gb ' U " ' ,,.,, V 1 Palsy Carmichael, Cherrie Car-
H :Q-V 5' 'iii' K fer, Sandy Carfer, John Cash.
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Freshmen Get Down To Business Earning Eredits For Graduation
Freshmen officers si+ ouf-
side new gym. Leff +o
righi: Mike Sione, presi-
denrg Carhe Cenforbe, ,sg
vice - presidenh Ka+hy
Reeves, secre+ary: Mike
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Row I: Cafhe Cen+orbe, Nancy Charnley, Buz Chase, David Chess, Alberl
Church, Ellen Clodfelfer, Karen Close, Tina Collins, Sfaliford Collinsworlh,
Tommy Condrey, John Conklin. Row 2: Lynda Converse, Bobby Coolz, Calhy
Cooln, John Coursey, Grace Courier, Danny Cox, Carol Cramer, Donna
Crawford, Judy Crawford, Sieve Cucich, Mary Slewarl Curry. Row 3:
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David Johnson, Bill
Moglx, and Charlie .
Edwards perform skif K 4
as varsi foolball
squad loo s on.
Lamar Davis, Jeanne Delany, Woody Delong, Diane Dendy, Nancy DeVor
Marylynn Dielz, Rosalie Direnzo, Susan Dobbs, Jan Dodson, Gayle Denali
son, Teresa Doughlie. Row 4: Kirk Douglas, Gus Dozier, Charlie Drur
mond, Roberf Drummond, Lane Duncan, Sharon Dunlrle, Clarissa Durrei
Charlie Edwards, Gus Edwards, Carla Eidson, Wayne Elliot
Row l: Margene Engman, Richard Farber, Dale
Ferguson, Donna Fero. Row 2: MarieHa Fish,
Marry Fishbourne, Jane Fife, Roy Fleming. Row 3:
Jane Fleicher, Virginia Folk, Jeff Fournace, Susan
Fowler. Row 4: Carl Frazier, Larry Fulghum, Pam
Fulghum, Ray Gable,
Freshmen Ht Their Pep Rally
Row I: Malcolm Gavan+, Carol Garmon, Margarel
Garmon, Cher Garlin. Row 2: Jack Geisel, Linda
Gemeiner, Cornelia Gholsfon, Don Glenn. Row 3:
Sieve Goodfellow, Frank Goodson, Nancy Good-
win, Gayle Goss. Row 4: Richard Gouse, Dick
Greenberg, John Greenfield, Bobbi Gregory.
Caihe Cenforbe quesrions our "Man on +he Sheer,"
Tommy Mimms, during a porrrayal of 1'he Sieve Allen
Show. "Are You Nervous?" "Nope?!"
Row I: La Rue Griffin, David Griggs, Sco'H Groefzinger, Tom Gunby, Nancy.
Gunnis, Linda Gunfer, Sharon Guymon, Red Hamburger, John Hammond,
Michael Hancock, Frankie Harringron. Row 2: Pafricia Ann Harris, John
Haskin, Ronnie Hausman, Barry Heard, John Hendon, Mary Lynn Herrman,
Bill Hill, Ricky Hill, Tom Hobbs, George Hollyfield, R. W. Holfon. Row
3: Marsha Hopkins, Dwighf Hunfer, Nick Hurder, Johnny lsakson, Ginger
Jackson, Ted Jackson, Dee Dee Jacobs, Richard JaFFe, Pa+ James, Sranly
Jessen, Allan Johnson. Row 4: David Johnson, David Johnson, Mary John-
son, WyaH Johnson, Diane Jones, Barbara Kagey, Barbara Kardos, Joel
Kaufmann, Milron Kirkland, Jane Krause, Nira Lashley.
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Our furure varsiry 'Foo+ball
squad, composed of fresh-
men and sophomores, and
headed by capiain Alex
Szecsey, worked hard io 'fin-
ish 'ihe season wifh a 4-3 won-
af mme'ee"5s'5e2e21sPmw5iifeEfazffef'.1f5i'iL'f'ffii'L.f serw .
Freshmen Feel Superior, Ile Longer Being The Veungest Class
Row I: Dee Lawson, Barbara
Liiile, Pairicia Lillie, Vickie
Logan, Dee Dee Losier, Mike
Loudermilk, David Love, Neil
Row 2: Corinda McConnel,
Jim McCullough, Berry Mc-
Donald, Russell McGee, Fran
McKay, Rea McKinny, Char-
leen McLemore, Bruce Mc-
Row 3: Mahlon Marr, Nancy
Marshall, Carlos Marii-nez,
Susan Mendelolif, Herb Miles,
Mimi Milner, Kenny Mikel,
Row 4: Bill Mogk, BeHy Moore,
JoPage Moore, Pal' Moore,
Robin Moore, Linda Morse,
Minka Morris, Gayle Moulion.
Row 5: Mary Murphy, Eliza-
beih Ann Murh, Nick Nichols,
Bill Nicholson, Jackie Nichol-
son, Jim Paine, Jack Parker,
Row 6: Richard Pa+rick, Caro-
lyn Paiierson, Lyn Pearson,
Candy Peliier, Susan Pharr, Bill
Pierce, LeRoy Polk, Jimmy
Row 7: Charles Pope, Jackie
Porier, Srephanie Pos+, Larry
Presfon, Riia Pucke'H', Pairicia
Quillian, Barbara Rachels,
Row 8: Karhy Reeves, David
Renz, Babs Richardson, Peie
Rippy, Judy Robbel, Anne
Rogers, Srephanie Roursos,
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Row I: Mike Russ, Mike Rus-
sell, Don Rufherford,
Sal+er, Diane Sawyer, Lyn
Selph, Richard Senkbeil, Caro-
Row 2: Eudora Simmons, Judy
Simpson, Myra Skipper, Lloyd
Slack, Brenda Slaier, Mary
Small, Carolyn Smi+h,
Row 3: Marie Smifh, Mark
Smifh, Phillip Smifh, Georgia
Summerville, Sieve Sossaman,
Randy So+her, Jackie Saunders,
Row 4: David Spifzer, Rufh
Spivey, Mary Ellen Spradlin,
Barbara Sianfon, Janey Shas-
ser, Dick Sfephens, David Sier-
ling, Judy Sfernihall.
Row 5: Wayne Sfevens, Mary
Jane Sfevenson, Mike Sione,
Johnny Sfubblefield, Jane
Siucky, Jay Sfump, Nancy
Siurgeon, Harry Swanson.
Row 6: Grover Swilley, Mike
Swinford, Brian Tanf, Moniy
Terry, Shiela Thiebauf, Jean
Thomas, Shirley Thomas, Fred-
Row 7: ScoH Thompson, Brock
Timmons, Elaine Traer, Kafhryn
Turner, Donna Tyler, Margaref
Upchurch, Laura Waiis, Ricky
Row 8: Roger Walfon, Andy
Ward, Robin Warwick, Joyce
While, Larry While, Sally
Wiegner, Jamie Winfree,
Row 9: Lynne Wisdom, Leslie
Wolfe, Sieve Wood, Jimmy
Woods, Sammy Wyche, Dean-
Nof Pic+ured: Bonnie Barron, Larry Clayfon, Jack Bruce McDonald, Charlene Moore, Francine Rob-
Fausf, Johnny Fearon, Jean Gilberf, Mary Hellen. er+s, Sally Frank, Kally Samalianos.
Marianne Hulsebos, Pai Lacher, Dennis Loner,
Proudly represeniing 'rheir class are 'I'he
following sophomores, Ief+ fo righrz
Nancy Ramage, secrefaryp Bobby Plunk-
eH', presidenfg and Ann Gerih, vice-
presideni. Noi' Picfured is Bob Hard-
Sophumores Eagerly Hntieipate The nomination Ui members Ut Their
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Row I: Julie Andrew, Bill An-
drews, Larry Archbold, Thomas
Arnold, Janer Baikie, Rusry
Barber, Alain Barnes, Brenda
Row 2: Barbara BarreH, Geor-
gianna Barron, Arrhur Baxier,
Chris Beall, Richard Beard,
Bruce BenneH, Malcolm Beni-
ley, Sco'H Beresford.
Row 3: Sue Berger, Vernon
Bowdish, Charles Boyd, Kay
Boylen, Nancy Bradford, Nancy
Brannen, Roger Bridges, Gayle
Row 4: Marcia Brooks, Barbara
Brown, Beverly Brown, Bryan
Brown, Jim Brown, Jim Brown,
Susan Brown, Mary Louise
Row 5: Kib Browning, John
Buchanan, Jack Burch, Mar-
gueriie Burson, David Bufler,
Marilyn Byrd, Be'Hy Sue Came-
ron, Jimmy Carroll.
Row 6: Larry Carfer, Kay
Churchill, Fay Clark, Gayle
Clark, Sreve Clarke, Camille
Clemenrs, Dorn Cockrill, Joyce
Row 7: Carey Collinswor+h,
Donna Cooper, Dixie Coihran,
Frank Coyne, Berry Crawford,
Cam Crockeif, Terry Crowder,
Row I: Ed Cundiff, Sally Daily,
David Danfzler, Ellis Davis,
Marion Davis, Pai Dawson,
Caroline Dees, Carole Dial.
Row 2: Dianne Dilbeclr, Jean-
eHe Dilbeclr, Barbara Donahue,
Helen Drake, Philip Dreger,
Jerry Durham, Mike Earing,
Row 3: John English, Ann
Essig, Eihel Evans, Ed EvereH,
Palsy Eves, Janef Fagen, Karen
Farris, Anne Fears.
Row 4: Cleve Ferguson, Car-
men Fifzgerald, Pa+ Flanagan,
Valerie Fleming, Pele Ford,
Bob Forsfall, Ronnie Fowler,
Row 5: Beih Franz, Susie Free-
man, Tom Freeman, Nancy
Frye, Mille Fuirelle, Kaihy
Gaflin, Lesier Garmon, War-
Row 6: Ann Gerfh, Jimmy
Gillespie, Johnny Gillespie,
Brenda Gilman, Robyn Good-
man, Bebe Greene, Susan
Gwinner, Be+sy Hackney.
Row 7: Dee Hall, Bob Hamil-
ion, Russell Hamilfon, Bob
Hardcasfle, Bonnie Harper,
Bufch Harringfon, Jane? Har-
ris, Jerry Hariwig.
Elass For Secretary Hnd Treasurer Uf The Student Body
The Five Corns from Cobb
Coun+y, lef+ +o righf, David
Bu+ler, Bob Pfohl, Bobby Wha-
ley, Vernon Bowdish, and Bob
Hardcasile, inspire school spirii
wi+h +heir hill-billy songs.
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Row I: Charles Headriclc, Virginia Heilzman, Nancy Hembree, Peggy
Hendrix, Donna Henley, Marcia Hesl:eH, Jeff Highlower, Sandy Hines,
Sally Hogsed, Bobbye Hoppe. Row 2: Jeff Hoss, Carol Howard,
Selhanne Howard, Bobby Hurl, Mary Irving, Jo Ann Irwin, Susan
Jacobsen, Amy James, Arnold Johns, Anne Johnson. Row 3: Lauren
Johnson, Nancy Johnson, Dianne Jolly, Elaine Jones, Palsy Jones, Dolly
Jordan, Penny Jordan, Caroline Kelly, Barbara Kemph, Par Kennedy.
Row 4: Jimmy Kilburn, Jon Kilgore, Tommy Kilparriclc, Cindy Knapp,
Jeannine Kruger, Ralph Labrador. Harold Landers, Barbara Lashley,
Michelle Lawson, Lynn Levins. Row 5: Bobby Lindholm, Kurl Lindquisr,
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Carfy, Roddy McLeod, Marc Mabry, Huber? Marshall. Row 6: Vivian
Meacham, Carolyn MerriH, Belle Meyer, Marcia Meyer, Donna Miller,
Randy Miller, Beverly Milchell, Bonnie Milchell, Perry Mifchell, Sam
Mi+chell. Row 7: Del Mon+ague, Ray Moore, Gloria Moreno, Pai Morris,
Donald Murphy, Kafie Myers, Sharon Nelson, Diana Oallrley, Lynne
Ogellree, Mariana O'KeIIey. Row 8: Jimmy Oliver, Carole Ollelr, Kim
Os+rom, Bobby Osruni, Richard Owens, Dana Palmer, Jane+ Pease,
Beclry Pelof, Jim Pepper, Bob Pfohl.
Sophnmores Show Uriginality In Presenting Uutstanding Pep
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Row I: Janel Pierce, Emily
Plasler, Bobby Plunlcelf, Tim
Row 2: Jud Pos+, Lynn Pralf,
Cal Puclrell, Bernie Ragsdale.
Row 3: Nancy Ramage, Larry
Rapp, Jimmy Raven, John
Row 4: Jimmy Respess, David
Ricke'H', Carol Rinehart Suz-
Row 5: Waller Rodgers, Mic-
lcey Rosen, Palsy Rowe, Joh-
Row 6: Bill Russell, Suzanne
Sabo, Diclc Salese, Buddy Sam-
Row 7: Edward Schrader, Lee
Sechler, Jane Shipman, Dennis
Row 8: Theresa Singley, John-
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BenneH' sfarls sophomore pep rally off wilh a
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Row l: Vicki Smiih, Roberi
Spahn, Joanne Spear, Tom
Squires, Jo Anne Slansell, Jeff
Slewarf, Sandra Siickles, Bill
Row 2: John Slull, Deck Slump,
Jimmy Sudderih, Alex Szecsey,
Charles Tarlelon, Claudia Tay-
lor, Sally Teague, Freddie
Row 3: Carol Thompson, Judy
Thompson, Nancy Thompson,
Janel Thursfon, Riia Tilly, Don-
ny Tomlin, Bill Truby, David
Row 4: Sieve Vail, Ragan
Vandegriff, Buich VanDyke, Ed
Wallis, Frank Waliher, Jane
Warwick, Burch Walers, Paul
Row 5: Judy Wells, Bobby
Whaley, Sherry Williams, Mike
Wilson, Sally Wilson, Jim Wim-
berly, Gary Wrighl, David
Row 6: Peggy Young, Cheryl
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neih Brown, Byron Carroll,
Lewis Gibson, Bob Harri-
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Tenth Graders Finally Reach midway mark ln Their High School Eareer
Wiih a roar of wheels and a cloud of dusi, daring
sophomores head for lhe 'finish line.
Juniors Start Big iiear Bu Holding First Elass meeting
The capable leaders of ii-ie iunior
class are, from lei? io righi, Bonnie
PaHen, vice-presidenig Bill Fleicher,
freasurerg Bill Bussey, presidenig
and Nancy Nelson, secreiary.
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Firsi Row: Ben Adair, Charlie Adams, Judie Alcorn, Suzy Alford, Charlie
Allen, Carla Archbold, Frank Arnold, Diana Asher, Suzanne Askew.
Second Row: Rin Ausiin, Buddy Ballenger, Claudia Barbon, Caihy
Barneii, Marshall Barre+'r, Barbara Barron, Bob Biedermann, Bob Biever,
Lyn Biever. Third Row: Barbara Bishop, Susan Bivens, Sandy Blair, Milne
Blumensaadf, Shawn Boles, Rosemary Bond, Kii+y Booih, Norman Bow-
dish, Bobby Boyd. Fourlh Row: Mark Braswell, Anne Brown, Melanie
Brown, Joyce Bulfamonie, Lee Burion, Bill Bussey, Bill Byers, Celia
Calloway, Ernie Camp. Fifih Row: Brad Campbell, Billy Carmichael,
Ann Carier, John Carier, Johnny Carfer, Laurann Casiellaw, Bill Caven,
Alan Chrisiensen, Cookie Church.
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Row I: Diana Churchill,
Gloria Clark, Bobby
Row 2: Jimmy Cloifel-
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Row 3: Slephen Collier,
John Commander, Linda
Row 4: Gary Cooper,
Pam Crady, Barbara
Row 5: Jerry Creager,
Belh Curry, Doug Cul'-
Row 6: Joan Damon,
Janef Davis, Sandy
Row 7: Winnie Davis,
Susan DeBra, Tucky De-
Row 8: Pal Dempsey,
Susan Dobbs, Mar+I1a
Row 9: Brenda Duke,
Ronnie Edwards, Don
Row IO: Lee Eu banks,
Karen Fagen, Cleve
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Row I: Sandra Farmer,
Beverly Filer, Lynn Fish-
Row 2: Grelchen Fla-
her'ry, Bill Flelcher, Fred
Row 3: Sue Floge, Alice
Ann Flynn, Pai Foley.
Row 4: Paula Forlson,
Allen Friedman, Jeri
Row 5: Franklin Gelzer,
Domnna Glenn, Alan
Row 6: Larry Gould,
Gayle Granf, Judy
Row 7: Jane'I Griffelh,
Jo-Ed Griffifh, Peggy
Row 8: Sally Groelzing-
er, Sheila Hannah, Bob-
Row 9: Rick Harwell,
Jimmy Haygood, Susan
Row IO: Celia Hays,
Harriei- Hearshen, Dick
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Firsf Row: Helen Helms, Marfha Herlsgaard, Tommy Hifchcoclr, Mary
Hoeser, Sally Hope, Harriei Hough, Raymond Hubbard, Helen Huey,
Hooky Huffman. Second Row: BurneH Hull, Roberf Hunf, Pai' Hun+er,
Bob Hyers, George Hynds, Linda Ike, Bobby Jackson, Suzy Jacoby,
Hufch Johnson. Third Row: Bobby Johnsfon, Harry Jones, Roberf Jones,
Sally Jones, Karen Kelser, Mary Lou Kemph, Carol Ann Kennon, Lynda
Lawhorn, Tommy Lee. Fourlh Row: Palsy Lieb, Ann Linder, Nancy
Eleuenth Graders Haue Respensihilrtu of Plannrng Junior Senmr Dance
Large numbers of iunicvrs
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First Row: Jenny Lynn Morse, Dicl: Moss, Nancy Murphy, Leslie Myers,
James Mynatt, John Mynatt, Nancy Nelson, Sandra New, Jim North.
Second Row: Janie Orr, Arthur Otwell, Tommy Papageorge, Susan
Parker, Bornnie Patten, Elaine Patterson, Kay Pearson, Sonny Phelps,
Jimmy Phillips. Third Row: Carl Plunlcett, Susan Pollard, Peggy Poole,
Mary Louise Potter, Ellen Powell, Martha Powell, Mary Powell, Jeannie
Pratt, Edward Preston. Fourth Row: Beverly Radlre, Barbara Rary, Priscilla
Ratermann, Jeannie Redgrave, Alec Rhodes, Betsy Ross, Charmaine
Salle, Shelly Salter, Eric Scharfi. Fitth Row: Sam Schultz, Jimmy Seaton,
Ann Seaver, Carol Seckinger, Dorothy Shermer, Kay Simmons, Beverly
Simpson, Stuart Singer, Judy Slriles. Sixth Row: Bill Smith, Carter Smith,
Frances Smith, Gayle Smith, Jim Smith, Sharon Smith, Steve Smithfield,
Pat Spencer, Pat Spivey.
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Fourlh Row: Eileen Wesl, Kalhy Wesl, Barbara Wesler-
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Waller Wiegner, Claudia Will, Donna Williams. Fillh Row:
Kappy Williams, Marcy Williams, Barbara Williamson,
Ann Willis, Bob Windham, Emily Winge, Buclry Wood,
Kalhryn Woolley, Carole Wrighl. Sixlh Row: Cynlhia
Wrighl, Mickey Wrighl, Belle Wynn, Beverly Wynne.
Nol piclured: Gary Hooper, Louise McDowell, Ann Milch-
ell, Aline Nelson, Jaclcie Pillman, Linda Pulzel, Swayne
Shepard, Kirby Smilh, Palsy S+anelle.
Underclassmen and Senior club
presidenls work logelher in lnler-
Club Council lo co-ordinale club
Firsl Row: Susan Sleele, Libba Sleinmann, Bill Slephens, Wade Sl.
John, Barbara Slone, Don Sloner, Johnny Slrange, Linwood Swain,
Randy Tanner. Second Row: Pal Taylor, Marlha Thomas, Rosemary
Thomas, Bill Thompson, Charlie Thompson, Holden Thompson, Lynne
Thurman, Karen Thurslcn, Janel Tippin. Third Row: Joan Troulman,
Marlha Tull, Missy Vorus, Bonnie Waller, Palsy Ward, Phyllis Webb,
Mall Welch, Brenda Wells, Sandy Wells.
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Leadership is that intangible quality that everyone
wants but few possess-yet, when you stop to think
about it, everyone is a leader in his own way. You
do not have to be elected president of a club or
captain of a team, everything you do or say in-
fluences someone else.
As members of the Senior Class of 1959, we
realize and accept the responsibilities of leader-
ship imposed on us as the graduating class. For
this reason we have chosen leadership as the theme
for the Senior Section, and have tried to present
to you the many ways a senior is a. leader, in his
home, his school, and his community.
PART OF A TEAM
Although we are leaders, we are still teenagersw
not exactly alike, yet not too different from all
other youths. We are individualists, certainly, but
members of a team also.
In this section we have attempted to depict the
life of a typical senior as he lives from day to
day-leading, following and working together
with his fellow classmates. Opposite is a senior's
room in which we see the components which make
up his athletic, social, and academic life.
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THESE OUTSTANDING SENIORS direc+ +I'ie business and ac+ivi+ies of Ihe class by
heading 'Ihe Senior Cabinet Leff Io riglni' 'l'I'iey are: Alice HuI'cI1inson, Secrefary Pa+
Kelley, Treasurer: .IuIie Alexander, Vice Presidenfg and Jimmy Valenfine, PreslcIen'I'
Senior Ufiicers meet Under Hrehway
To Discuss Elass Business
ROY AUTRY HARRIET AVARY
MARY BACHELOR JIMMY BAGLEY RHETT BAIRD
CAROL BAKER JUDY BAKER CAREY BARNES
LAMAR BARRETT BRENDA BATES BECKY BEAN
PAT BEATTY KAREN BENDER LARRY BENNER
Understanding Senior Takes Time Uut Tn Give Directions To
TOM BINFORD BARRY BISHOP DAVID BLIHOVDE WINSTON BLUMBERG
JOHN BOMAN WARD BOND MARTHA BORLAND
JOYCE BRASWELL NEILL BRAZELTQN Pr-rn. BROOKEA MARY BROOKS
Suhfreshman "little Brother"
CHENEY BRYAN JUDY BRYAN
JERRY MARTIN, shown here wifh George Sfeiling, 'I' pifies
'rhe way seniors help new subfreshmen. Being big broiler or
sis'I'er 'ro some incoming eigl1+h grader is a senior proiec+.
aiu. BRYCE BEVERLY BURKETT
R05 BUTLER SARAH BYERS cookie CANDLER JANE CANNON
TOM CARLOCK GLORIA CARNEY PHIL CHRISTIAN
TOM COGBURN BUDDY COHEN JIMMY COOPER
GENE CRAIG JUDY CSIKY ED CULLOM
LIBBY DABE LYNN DAVIDSON HAL DAVIS
ED DeGROSS DONNA DEMEREE RAY DENNY
THE POPULAR senior quinlel, composed of Dave Johnson, Jimmy Valenfine, Bill Plunlcef, Bill Dulces, and Craig Nelson, en+er+ains al'
'Phe Fall Tea. Their selecfions, "Tom Dooley" and "The Three Jolly Coachmen," were hearfily applauded.
Seniors Give Tea To Introduce Hnd lUeIoome Ilew members llf Elass
BARBARA DIETZ JODY DOBBS ANN DONAHUE
JAMES DONALDSON KATHY DOUNIS BILL DUKES DARRELL DYAS
JERE EARING JERRY EAVES BILL EDWARDS PAUL EIDSON
Eaieteria Provides The Senior lliith Feed Hnd H Break From Daily
RICKY ENGMAN SALLY EVANS COURTNEY FAIN JOHN FALLAW
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MARY JANE FLEMING
TOM NICKERSON, Tom Carlock, Bill Van Dyke, and friends enioy +heir favori+e period
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Our luero, Pa? "Leander" Kelley calches villainous "Fro+l1ingl1am," Monroe
MIRIAM FRYE EDDIE GARLAND molesiing "Puri+y Dean," played by Robbie Logan.
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Delights Two Hudienees with H working 6irI's Secret
"Zaman" and "Jona1'hon Logan," be++er known as Marion Whi+e and Tom Nickerson, en'I'er+ain wifh a iig ai
a par+y in "Pure as +l'1e Driven Snow."
NANCY GRAY GEORGE GREAVES MIKE GRYDER JUDY HANSON
DAVID HOGG CHARLOTTE HOLBROOK CAROLYN HOLLAND
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MR. CHESHIRE and Mrs. Lewis give guiding
advice +o Judy Hughes and Tom Pirkle on 'Ihelr
college problems and queslions.
Graduates Ui '59 Have Hppointments To Discuss
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BILL LITTLE ROBBIE LOGAN
DANNY RUBENS quickly made friends and adapfed
herself 'I'o +i1e American way of life. Here she is
shown accep+ing senior ring from Jimmy Valen+ine.
D'NENA LOWRANCE CATHY LYNCH
GAIL McCLESKEY BOB McDOWELL
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JOE MADDOX OREON MANN ELLEN MANNING JERRY MARTIN
MARTHA LOIS MAYS JOHN MEDLIN LINDA MEIER
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School Ring From Senior President Hs Giii From Graduating Elass
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ROY MITCHELL PHYLLIS MONICA BERRIEN MOORE MARCIA MOORHEAD
BERRIEN MOORE, Ray Denny, Doug Moser,
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BILL MYERS BOB NELSON CRAIG NELSON BOB NEWMAN
CAVE MAN, Bill Van Dyke, displays a vic+ory +rophy from Hue S+one Age. ADELE NEWTON
Senior inspires School Uiith Devotional
DONNIE LANDER reads 'Phe Scrip+ure affer Mr. Bryce, 'rhe principal,
and Mrs. Brown, Hoe office secre+ary, make morning announcemenrs.
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PATTY PATTILLO NANCY PEDDICORD CONNIE PEEBLES
JUDY PELFRY BILL PELOT ANN PENNEY
PATSY PERSHING TOMMY PHILLIPS TOM PIRKLE
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ANN RANDALL DIANNE RAYMO
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ELAINE SHIFLETT SHELDON SIMMS NANCY SKIPPER RICHARD SMALL
SANDRA SMALLWOOD BARBARA SMITH MORELAND SMITH HENRY SOSSAMAN
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CHARLES THOMAS DICK THOMPSON PARKS TILLY
A Enthusiasm, Spirit, Ilind Excitement Prevail
SPIRIT WAS at i+s height' during our successful football season. Here
JOHN TRUSLOW DAVID TURNER JIMMY VALENTINE
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BILL VAN DYKE ESTHER VARNER CAROLINE WADE
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CHARLES GENDEL presen+s I959 HI-WAYS +o school leaders,
Editor Ui Hnnual Breaks Suspense
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ELIZABETH WHITE MARIAN WHITE
SANDRA WHITE JU
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tUith Presentation Ut 1959 Hi-Ulays Ht Final Tea
ELINOR WILCOX BUDDY wn.KERsoN
BENNY wn.uAMs PAM WH-'-'AMS
FAUSTINE WILSON WOODY WOODALL
JACK WRIGHT DAVID JOHNSON
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That which is never crowded is the top-in ac-
tivities of school, sports, home life, business, gov-
ernment, and religion. The 'lbestll in these areas
of life is that Upearl of great pricel' for which
the few who attain it give their best. This is the
mark of excellence. To be considered excellent
is both a merited recognition and a challenge,
for no one who has ever experienced true excel-
lence is ever satisfied to slip back to the good or
the better. For this reason excellence is learned
as much as any other quality of character.
GEORGE GREAVES ELECTED SUPERLATIVE
Although these seniors have been cited for su-
periority in one Held, the wide range of their
abilities make them the most representative
members of our senior class. One who not only
earned the right but also was chosen to be among
these twenty outstanding students is George
Greaves. Because he was selected to move on
directly into advanced college work and could
not be present, he is not pictured.
THE CROWN AND THE SCEPTRE SYMBOLIZE
The crown and the sceptre symbolize excel-
lenceg they call to mind the concept of leader-
ship. Also, it is only right that these students
should be pictured against lovely surroundings.
With this colonial home and sweeping lawn, the
essence of the Southern tradition as a theme and
a backdrop, we proudly present l959's most rep-
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Bestmnrnund Seniors Ehoose Prominent Fellow Elassmates
For Enthusiastic Loyalty Find Service
Representative Ut The Spirit Ui Iierth Fulton
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To learn good sportsmanship, to get along with
others, and to develop strong minds and bodies
-these are the purposes of the North Fulton
athletic program, and these qualities must be
OPPORTUNITY TO COMPETE WITH OTHERS OF
Good records and high standings are only a
small part of the objective of the athletic de-
partment. Competition and contact with others
who share the same interests and ambitions give
the participant a chance to apply the theories
and ideas that he has learned in the classroom.
The physical education program gives the aver-
age student the opportunity to compete with
others of the same ability and to learn new skills.
The symbol of these skills, as shown in the de-
sign below, are as varied as the sports, and both
give a clear picture of the many different phases
of the athletic program. Sports are a common
point around which school spirit can be cen-
teredg they unite the student body in a common
cause. The picture to the left shows one of the
many phases of participation in the NF athletic
SIGNS OF PROGRESS EVIDENT
This learning process continues to grow, ex-
pand, and improve. The signs of progress are
evident: the city trophy for the best overall
record in all sports for the school year 1957-
585 the Milk Bowl trophy in football, advance-
ment in new sportsg second in the Metropolitan
Wrestling Tournament, baseball and track
teams with championship potential.
On the following pages is a concise picture of
athletics at North Fulton-a picture of activi-
ties during a year that we will all cherish and
remember-the Senior year of the Class of '59.
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JIM LOFTON-Va,-my Foowall, End CEALVIN HARTNESS-Varsity Football: FRED FU55El-l--C Team Fvollb-Ill: Var-
Coachg CTeam Bagkgfballi Va,-Sify Track. Line Coach: B Team Basketball: Varsity Sify Basketball: Cross Coun+ry: B 8: C
Baseball. Team Track.
FRANK JERNIGAN-Athletic Director: Head Football
Coach: Wresflingq Swimming: B Team Baseballg Golf.
Eoaches Hnd Plauers Euntrihute
A big factor in North Fulton's superior athletic
teams is its coaching staff. Under the capable
leadership of Athletic Director Frank Jernigan
the athletic program is two-fold. In all sports
the coaches continuously develop good charac-
ter and produce Winning teams. Some of the
teams rank with the top in the state, While
others do not fare quite so Well. Regardless of
their standing, the North Fulton athletes always
show the excellent principles of sportsmanship
and good conduct which coaches and fans so
highly regard. The North Fulton coaching staff
is truly the backbone of our athletic success.
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MRS. MARTHA LIVINGSTON-Cl1eeb MRS. MILDRED HASTY-Physical Edu-
leader, Peppereile, and Bouncing Bulldog cation.
Advisor: Physical Education.
CHARLES MAUPIN-B Team Fooiballg
Girl's Basketballg Tennis.
BILL VAN DYKE- Guard: Atlanta Jour-
nal and Constitution All-City First Team:
Atlanta Journal and Constitution AAA
All-State First Team: AP All-State First
Team: Trophy tor Best Interior Lineman:
Grant-in-Aid to Auburn.
To Hthletic Success
Every team has its stars. North Ful-
ton has been fortunate this year to
have had these six boys stand out
above the rest by being selected to
various all-city and all-state teams.
Their outstanding play reflected the
spirit and teamwork of the entire
Led by Captain Bill Dukes and Co-
captain Woody Woodall, the team
morale seldom failed to pull the
Bulldogs through, even when the
going was rough.
BILL PLUNKET - Fullbaclr: Atlanta
Quarterback Club Scholastic Trophy:
Honorable Mention Atlainta Journal 8:
Constitution All-City: Honorable Mention
Atlanta Journal Xt Constitution All-Star.
BILL DUKES-Guard fon Iettl: Captain ot City Championship team and
WOODY WOODALL-Quarterback lon rightl: Atlanta Journal 8: Constitution
All-City First Team: Atlanta Journal 81 Constitution All-State First Team: AP
All-Southern-Honorable Mention: Teen Magazine All-American Team-Honorable
Mention: Trophy 'For Most Valuable Player: Grant-in-Aid to Auburn.
MATT WELCH - Tackle: Atlanta Journal
In Constitution All-City First Team.
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DAVID HOGG-End: Atlanta Journal
8: Constitution All-City First Team: At-
lanta Journal 8: Constitution All-State
First Team: Trophy for Most Improved
Player: Grant-in-Aid to Auburn.
l958-I959 ATLANTA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS: Firsl Row, Lefi 'Io Righf: Larry Archbold, Bill PeIo+, Bill Van Dyke, George Hynds, Wade SI. John, Mail' Welch
David Hogg. Second Row: Kur+ Sieinmann, Bill Caven, Parks Tilly, Speedy King, Jeff Sewell, Cleve Farabee, Linwood Swain, Jimmy Bagley. Third Row: Rin Ausfin
Woody Woodall, Bill Plunkei, David Truby, Tom Binford, Bill Byers, Chip Moore, Jimmy Sudderrh. Fourrh Row: Jim Phillips, Bill Dukes, Jimmy Valeniine, Sonn'
Phel s Roberi Jones, Arlhur Moorhead John Commander, Fred Flefcher. Fif+h Row: Craig Nelson, Berrien Moore, Charles Boyd, Joe Maddox, Sandy Blair, Bil
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Fleicher. Sixfh Row: Managers Burnefr Hull, Jimmy Seaion, Kirk Douglas.
north Fulton lllins Eitu Crown Hnd Enjuus Best Season In
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FIRST STRING INTERIOR LINEMEN: Lefi fo Righr are Mail Welch, Bill Dukes, Jimmy Valen-
fine, Bill Van Dyke, and Kurr S1-einmann.
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SECOND STRING: Lefi' io
righf are Sonny Phelps,
Roberl' Jones, David John-
son, George Hynds, Jim
Phillips, Speedy King, Joe
Maddox, Sandy Blair, Wade
S+. John, Charles Boyd, and
BACKFIELD: Le'f+ io righf
are David Truby, Bill Plun-
kef, Cam Croclxe'H' and
ENDS: Lefi 'ro righ+ are
David Hogg, Bill Pelo+, and
DEFENSIVE CAPTAIN Jimmy
Valentine discusses I'he Bulldogs'
plan for slopping a Bass drive
while Bill Pelor shows his disgust
al' being ejecfed from +he game.
SOPHOMORE HB David Truby's break-away ability is shown
in a brilliant dash-off tackle for II yards. Young stars like +his
insure winning football at NF for seasons 'lo come.
North Fultonls opening season
loss to Northside was not indicative
of things to come. They bounced
back with seven consecutive wins
before a Hvictorious' tie with Gra-
dy put a slight blemish on their
string of victories. In the follow- '
ing two weeks they won the sub-
region and city crowns and were
on their way to the state champion-
ship until a heartbreaking night
at Decatur. I
NORTHSIDE GAME IS A
North Fulton was no match for
Northside's Matt Howard, who led
his teammates to a 19-6 victory on
September Sth. During the first
half the Bulldog line matched
Northside's potent offense, but
Howardls TD romps broke North
A victory over Southwest the
following week put the Bulldogs
on their way to a successful season.
On September 27, North Fulton
proved themselves to be of championship calib
by whipping a tough Sylvan team, 19-12. Stan
out efforts by halfback Craig Nelson, halfbar
David Truby, and end Bill Pelot highlight:
this decisive win.
FIVE WEEKS OF VICTORY CARRY NF INTO
The now confident Bulldogs started their su
region play by rolling over Fulton 39-U and su
duing a stubborn crew of Smith High Smitin
27-13. The contest with the Redbirds was hig
lighted by an 86 yard punt return by Cra
Nelson, who scored twice to increase his positii
to second among 3-AAA leaders. The followii
week's victory over Smith was one of the mc
costly of the season, for it was there that t
services of Nelson were lost indefinitely due tc
knee injury. Had it not been for North Fultoi
Regular Season Plao Ulith 8-1-1 Record, Fourth In State
WITH lO:35 left in the fourth quarter, Quarterback
Woody Woodall bootlegs around his own right end for
Il yards in the Fulton game.
ruperior depth, this could have changed the final
Quarterback Wloody VVoodall was responsible for
tll l4 points in a shutout victory over Roosevelt.
jam Crockett and David Hogg were on the receiv-
ng end of VVoodall's TD passes, and VVoody con-
rerted both extra points. Bill Van Dyke's alert pass
nterception late in the second quarter stopped a
coring threat and preserved the Bulldog's shutout.
ULLDOGS WHALLOP O'KEEFE IN HOMECOMING GAME
llhe Bulldogs, after an erratic first half, came
SENIOR END DAVID H066 displays the pass-catching
ability that made him one ot the most dangerous receivers
in the city. This scoring catch was a Icey play in the victory
back in the final stanza to whallop the lrish, 34-0,
and to make this homecoming more than a Uqueen-
Now rated as one of the top teams in the city, the
Red and Black handed a tough Bass High team a
muddy l3-0 defeat. A bad punt by Bass gave North
Fulton the ball and their first break on the 47 yd.
line. The following drive, led by Cam Crockett,
and featuring lineman Bill Dukes and Matt VVelch,
ended with an 8 yd. scoring pass to Crockett.
Woodall converted and later scored the other touch-
GUARD BILL VAN DYKE ge'l's sei 'lo lower
'rhe boom on Grady's Bobby Dodd, .lr. Van
Dylce's alerl play helped fo hold Grady +o
NORTH FULTON AND C-BRADY FIGHT TO 7-7 STALEMATE
An 86 yard run by Grady's Alex Povilaties in the second
quarter appeared to have been enough to clinch a victory
for the Grey Knights, but they did not allow for a courage-
ous Bulldog defense. Late in the fourth quarter, North
Fulton started a drive that ended short of a first down on
the 8. Two plays later, a bad snap from center forced Bobby
Dodd to fall on the ball at the l4. Again they tried to kick,
but Sonny Phelps stormed in and blocked the boot, giving
the Bulldogs possession on the 5 yard line. Fullback Charles
Boyd smashed it across, and Woody Woodallls extra point
put them in first place in the sub-region.
murphu Uictoru Opens Gatewau To Suh-Region Hnd Eitu Ehampionships
All of the hard work and well-spent time
was riding on one game-ethe Bulldog's last
game of the regular season. The winner of
the encounter with Nlurphy would meet
Brown in the Nlilk Bowl game.
The first half was scoreless until, late in
the second quarter, the lfagles brought the
ball back into Bulldog territory and scored
on a fine pass play, giving them a 6-0 lead.
The Bulldogs bounced back with a quick
score by Charles Boyd and held a one point
lead until the upset-minded Eagles scored
again late in the fourth quarter. North Ful-
ton City Championship hopes were becom-
ing dimmer and dimmer as the remaining
time dwindled away. With three minutes
left Wloodall tossed a ten-yard pass to Hogg
in the end zone for a score and the sub-
region crown. VVoodall's second extra point
clinched the wing his kicking was the dif-
ference between a tie and a victory.
MANAGER JIMMY SEATON is 'lense in a
crucial momenl' as the Bulldogs stop a near
scoring 'lhreaf in the Murphy game.
FOOTBALL SWEETHEART Robbie Logan receives a bouquel'
of roses and a kiss from Caplain Bill Dukes during half lime
ceremonies of +l1e Fulton game.
CAPTAIN Bill Dukes leads his +eam
onro fhe field, prior 'I'o 'the Bulldogs'
grea+ comeback in +he Grady game.
C-TEAM FOOTBALL-Firsl' Row: Handcock, Rankin, Eaves, JeH, Bass, Brown
Jones lCo-Caplainl, SchuHe, Hulchinson. Second Row: Heber, Barker, Green-
field lCo-Capiainl, Renshaw, Lennox, Harris, Landis, Daily. Third Row: Adams,
Wiggins, Smiih, Dounis, Gordon, Kinny, Shields, Purser, Williams. Fourrh Row:
Smi+h, Quinnelly, Fambrough, Turner, Davenport
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Dyke, Whaley. Second Row: Wimberly, Smifh, Boolh, Blevins, Durham, Driggs,
Rufherford, Timmons, Dozier, Highiower, Mogk, Davis, Sferling. Third Row:
Sfone, Condrey, McCullough, McGee, EvereH, Murphey, Bufler, Respess, Mc-
Clure, Barnes, Greenfield, Goodfellow. Four+l1 Row: Coach Maupin, Bowdish,
Fowler, Russ, Nickols, Gavani, Fulghum, Puckeff, Plunke+, Benfley.
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VARSITY BOYS: Back, L +o R: James MynaH, Wade S+.
John, Johnny Strange, Bruce Benne++, Frank Loomis, Larry
Gould, Hutch Johnson, Ken McCullough, John MynaH',
Woody Woodall. Front, L +o R: Tom Carlock, Carl RiH'er.
Jisappointing Season molds Ilext Vear's Team Into Basketball Powerhouse
North Fulton's Eastern Division basketball title
defenders, plagued by bad luck and inconsistency,
experienced a disappointing season after their bril-
liant Z3-3 record last year. Having 'Jhotl' and Hcoldw
nights throughout much of the season, the Bulldogs
just could not get rolling and finished the season
with an average lZ-ll record.
Three-year regular Tommy Carlock teamed up
with Junior John Mynatt, to provide one of the best
pair of guards in the city. Nlynatt, the best shot on
the team, and Carlock, the best ball-handler, fre-
quently pulled the team out of tight-spots by their
Center, Frank Loomis, only a Junior, proved to
be the best rebounder on the Bulldog quintet, and
his height and ability should make him one of the
city's best centers next year.
Forward Hutch Johnson, a Junior with tremen-
dous potential, could develop into one of North
Fulton's greatest players and have a big season in
The other forward was manned by Senior Carl
Ritter, Who, as one of the top scorers in the city, did
much to contribute to the Bulldog scoring punch
with his team play.
The Bulldog's record this year was deceiving.
Harrassed by many close games and the victim of
5 overtimes, 2 of which were sudden death, they had
enough bad breaks for two seasons. Many times they
played a fine brand of basketball and with the loss
of only two to graduation, should have a good season
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TRACK TEAM, Left fo Right: Jimmie Rabenhorsl, Charles Boyd, Ronald Hopkins, Sandy Blair, o n omman e, y
Durham, Bernie Jaclrwalt, Mall Welch, Jody Dobbs.
Forecast For '59: City Ehampinnship H
NORTH FULTON HIGH SCHOOL TRACK RECORD H
Event l"artiri,l11n1I Yffm' Time or Distann'
,mug may wcminc, Mmpmy The loss of such stars as Chuck Johnston,
Raileniwi-sr, yoimswn 'ma 3129.7 Thom Garden and Greg Murphy from last
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liiicus I iii-ifnn '52 Et!! team that will be hard to fill. Two transfers
if Y. t 'ss 'ns 1 - - -
,S5hlkfS,,,I, Nfgfin 4, 6,M,,4 Sandy Blair, a hurdler, and Bill Little, a 440
,Iavclin lsrooiue 148 165' man, should help some, and a vast improve-
880 relay 4, ,:,,34,, ment inqquarter miler jimnyy Valenlsnle shlpuld
carryt eteama ongway. immie a en orst
in the half mile, Bill Van Dyke in the discus
LAST, YEA? Sh CWY f.l'imP'0n yn ,the 330 Yang Y'-LM and Matt Welch in the shot put and javelin
g2Q','l?mRa en om' 'C S Cul 0 l e curve al ra Y should be consistant point getters. If several
' UB" teamers progress enough to reach their
potential, North Fulton should gain its second
City title in a row.
SHOT PUTTER Ma'H Welch showed oufsfanding
ability as one of The Top men in The Ci+y League
I 110 compe+i+ion in l959.
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'RACK TEAM, Lefl lo Righl: Bill Myers, David HO99. Jimmy Valenline, David Johnson, Cam Croclcell, Jack Burch, Counlry VanDyl:e, John McClellan, Kurl'
.indquis+, Bill Lilfle.
' NORTH FULTON HIGH SCHOOL TRACK RECORD
l Event Parlicipant Year Time or Dismnre
120 yd. high hurdles Calhoun '54 15.0
440 yd. relay Carden, Johnston,
Dobbs, Valentine '58 44.8
l00 yd. clash Echo-ls, Fowles '49-'43 10.0
1 mile run Mann '58 4:44.G
440 yd. dash Renlz '43 51,5
180 yd. low hurles Calhoun 154 20.0
220 yd. dash Johnston '54 22.7
880 yd. run Rahenhorst '58 2:0116
THE KEY FIGURE in fhe Bulldogs' hopes for lhe sl'a+e
championship in lrack is lhird year ace, Jimmy Valenline.
BOTTOM, 440 relay learn, Lefl fo Righl: Jody Dobbs, Jimmy l
Valenline, Sandy Blair and Charles Boyd. TOP, mile relay feam,
Lefl 'ro Right Bill Liffle, John Commander, Johnny Slrange and
Jerry Durham. H1
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This year the North Fulton baseball
team will profit from the mistakes made
last year by a squad that was composed
mainly of juniors and Sophomores with
only one Hrst string Senior. This year the
team Will have experience and depth.
These factors will definitely make the
club a strong contender.
JERRY MARTIN, slugging
oullielder lor llie Bulldogs, is
one ol lhe besl hillers in lhe
cily and could make a big
difference in lhe linal sland-
TWO KEY figures in
Norlh Fullon's hopes lor a
cily lille are Seniors
Craig Nelson and Woody
Ilonh Fulton hine Fights Ulay
Eastern Diuision Schedule
SECOND BASEMAN Tom Carlock lLl lags runner Davis
Truby as he allempls lo sleal second. Sammy Milche
has iusl relayed lhe ball lo Carloclt.
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FIRST ROW, Leff io Righfs Rin Ausiin, Craig Nelson, Ray Denny, Tom Carloclr, Hufch Johnson. SECOND ROW: Jim PI'1iIIips, Burneffe Hull, Sam Mifcheil,
Jon Kilgore, Doug MifcheII. THIRD ROW: C h H f S h I ' ' '
oac ar ness, onny P e ps, Wade Sf. John, Jerry Marhn, Woody WoodaII, Jimmy Sudderfh, David Truby,
Manager Kirk Douglas.
ill Diamond Squad Bases Strong Title Hopes Un Depth I-Ind Experience
BULLDOG PITCHING STAFF is shown here warming up DOUG MITCHELL, fiery backsfop for I'he Red and
before a pracfice session. L. fo R. are Wade S+. John, BIacIc nine, is one of I'he chief reasons for Norih FuI'ron's
Hufch Johnson, and Jim Phillips. +i+Ie hopes.
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WRESTLING TEAM: FIRST ROW, Leif lo Right: Gavanl, Gouse, Fournace, Johnson, Binlrerf, Kiipalrick, Mitchell, Farabee, Whaley.. SECOND ROW: Truby
CuII , Gai d Po I Bisho PIunIre ' '
om ran , oe, p, I, Harrington,
Boyd, Dyas, Philips, Newman, TiIIy, Coach Jernigan.
Aushn, McCIeIIan. THIRD ROW: Manager DeJarneHe, Sfoner, Goodfellow, Greenfield, Wimberlyi
north Fulton matmen Take Second In Greater Htlanta Teurneu
Since its inauguration two years ago, North Ful-
3n's Wrestling program has developed and ex-
ianded to assume a well-earned place in the Bull-
ogls athletic campaigns. Under the able leadership
f Coach Frank Jernigan, the Bulldog grapplers
ave placed in the first three in the state for 2 years
running, and have risen to the top among the city's
wrestling powers. This year, led by captains Bill
Plunket and Ed Cullom, the Red and Black mate-
men showed no signs of faltering and enjoyed an-
other successful season.
5RADY'S John Coonsiey Iisiens as CAPTAIN Ed CuIIom maneuvers NORTH FULTON'S CharIes Boyd and Grady's
he referee reprimands him for for a pin in his march wi+h GracIy's Ben Franklin appear io be boxing in +heir mai-ch
:sing an iIIegaI hoId in his march Paul Rere.
vi+h Darrell Dyas.
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TENNIS TEAM-Defending city champions, the lNorth Fultonl tennis team has high hopes of repeating. Left to Right, First Row: Coach Charlie C.
Maupin, James Mynatt, Roger Williams, John Mynatt, Mark Braswell, Donnie Lander, Second Row: Sandra Mosey, Peggy Henclrrx, Beth Franz, Gayle
Grant, George Hynds, Ken McCullough, Bob Hardcastle.
Bulldog Tennis Squad Possesses Some Ui Finest Talent ln State
Swimmers Place First In Illetrooolitan lltlanta meet
SWIMMING TEAM-Lett to Right, Back Row: Helen Helms, Emily SWIMMING TEAM-Left to Right, Baclr Row: Carol Ann Kennon,
Plaster, Martha Church. Front Row: Beverly Radlce, Carey Collins- Karen Kaiser, Diana Churchill, Ruthie Spivey. Front Row: Judy
worth, Nancy Ramage. Csilry, Kappy Williams, Marcy Williams.
JOHN GREENFIELD and Bernie
Ragsdale pose here during a
B-Team practice session.
l'he lj and C team devel-
Jpment programs provide
naterial for our future var-
ity teams. Track, especial-
y, benefits from this plan.
Zoach Fussell starts early
n the season deciding what
:vent is best suited for each
roy. By the 10th grade, the
ndividual has begun to spe-
rialize in one particular
event, a necessary require-
nent for track. Baseball
:layers go through a train-
ng period very similar to
hat of track - learning
vhat position they play
nest, before they reach the
OHN STUBBLEFIELD and Lee
Lechler pracfice 'the s+ar+s 'rhar will
elp deliver vicfories during Hue
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FOUR MEMBERS of lrhe Bulldog golf feam wafch rcaplain Berrien Moore line up a friclcy 'Five-fooler
during a praclice round al' Norlh FuH'on. From lef+ 'ro righl' are: Moore, Cheney Bryan, Charley Allen,
Bill Malone, and Moreland Smi+h.
north Fulton Golfers Plan For Improved Season
A TENSE momenl' comes in
an 8+h grade physical educa-
+ion baskefball game. Fulure
varsify +eams have 'lheir loe-
MEMBERS of a nin+h grade
physical educafion class go
Through exercises jusl before
a volleyball game.
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Physical Education Program Ht iiorth Fulton Teaches Sportsmanship
Strength of the mind and the
body are closely related. In
order to supplement the aca-
demic courses at North Ful-
ton, a Well-rounded program
of physical education is re-
quired of every student before
he graduates. The activities in
physical education cover near-
ly twenty different sports
ranging from touch football
in the fall to softball in the
GIRLS PHYS. ED. at North
Fulton is required ot every
girl through the eleventh
grade. Stress is placed on
individuality and interest.
GIRLS' SOFTBALL-reading from lett to right, FIRST ROW: Dee Dee Jacobs, Nancy Goodwin, Eudora Simmons, Jo-ed
GriFfith, Tina Peavy, Peggy White, Barbara Williamson. SECOND ROW: Sandra Sticlrles, Jan Dodson, Barbara Rachaels,
Babs Richardson, Courtney Fein, Nancy Brannen, Dell Avery. THIRD ROW: Vivian Meacham, Becky Bean, Carol Ann
Kennon, Sharon Nelson, Kathryn Wooley, Paulette Brown, Patsy Rowe, Marian White, Jo Anne Stansell, Martha Church.
PHYLLIS MON ICA
BOUNCING BULLDOGS-reading from Iefl 'ro righi: Nancy Noblin, Kim Osfrcm, Jane Ship- I
man, Phyllis Webb, Helen Helms, Cookie Candler, Suzanne Aslrew, Kay Swanson, Sandy Spauld- I
ing, Phyllis Monica, Mary Lucchese are balancing on fhe ladder lhal has become an imporlanl
' COOKIE CANDLER
par? of fheir acl. This fall was 'rhe firsf of many for l'he new Norlh Fullon Bouncing Bulldogs.
Bouncing Bulldogs llisplau limitless llorohatio llhilities lit Performances
HERE THE members of +he Bouncing Bulldogs praclice 1-o perfecl' a
new rou+ine. During 'rhe pas+ year l-his new organizafion has been
ac+ive a+ foolball games and olher school funclions.
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A GROUP fhaf performs during di'Fferen+ evenfs +o provide enferiainmenf is +he Pepperefies under ihe leadership of Mrs. Mariha Livifngsfon. This year
some of fheir besf roufines were "Can, Can," "Birth of ihe Blues," and "Boogie in C." They are-reading from Ieff 'Io righf, 'lop row: Karen Thursfon,
Ellen Bufler, Jean Gilberl, Nancy Siurgeon, Rosemary Thomas, Joan Damon, Caroline Wade, Marian While, Julia Johnson, Libby Dabe, Sandy Davis, Connie
Peebles, Linda Soufherland, Lyn Selph, Dee Dee Losier, Nifa Lashley. Fronf Row: Jean Mackey, Gail Broclr, Penny Jordan, Judy Thompson, Beverly Brown.
Jeri Gales, Nancy Logan, Linda Ike, June Whifehead, Libba Sfeinmann, Jane Fife, Dianne Jolly, Adele Newfon, Carole Goodfellow, Belh Curry, Bonnie
Waller, Beverly Filer.
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MANY PEOPLE have seen +he PeppereH'es in dress uniforms,
buf +I1ey are picfured here in fhe gym cloihes fhey wear firsf
period every day Io praclice 'for +I1eir performances. Here
+hey are lead by +I1eir Iieufenanis.
NORTH FULTON MARJORETTES: Kneeling, Mariorette Captain Gretchen Flaherty.
Standing, reading left to right: Maxine Parker, Renee Willenbuclner, Carey Collinswortln,
Carla Eiclson, Marcia Brooks.
Band, Essential Part ot Every Peo Rally and
Football Game, Contributes to School Lite
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wields baton in practice session.
A very essential part of every
pep rally and football game is the
band. Without it, school spirit
would be far below par. The
North Fulton band, under the ex-
cellent direction of Mr. Hulbert
and the leadership of lylajorette
Captain Gretchen Flaherty, made
over forty appearances this year.
Their activities included perform-
ances in ROTC paradesg school
concertsg Christmas paradesg the
Southeastern Fair Paradeg Old
Newboys', Veterans' and St. Pa-
trick's Day Paradesg the Mobile
Mardi Gras, and the commence-
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The Word Hdiscipline' is derived from a Latin
Word that means learning. The dictionary de-
Hnes it as Htraining Which corrects, molds,
strengthens, or perfectsfl Military discipline,
therefore, means that state of order and obedi-
ence resulting from training, a learning experi-
MILITARY DEPARTMENT STRENGTHENS OBEDIENCE
As one matures, he learns to obey his parents
and teachers. He begins to develop a respect for
the rights of others and the laws of his country.
The military department at North Fulton
strives to strengthen andyenlarge upon such qual-
ities as discipline, respect for authority, and
habits of orderliness, qualities Whose inception
began at home.
HABITS OF CONDUCT UNDERGO CHANGE
When a student Hrst becomes a cadet, his
former habits of conduct and orderliness may
undergo a complete revolution. His shoes must
be shined, his brass must be polished, he must
Wear a clean, neat uniform, and he must also
show proper respect to his superior officers. As
the cadet's training continues, these standards be-
come an integral part of his character. Thus, the
saber, hat, gloves, and the rifle are not only
symbols ofthe military department, but they are
also representative of the qualities of the cadetls
Pictured at the left is the North Fulton Color
Guard which has custody of the American and
state flags. These flags are but symbols of the
treasured heritage which the North Fulton
Battle Group is being trained to protect-sym-
bols of the ideals learned by North Fulton
Cadets through discipline.
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MXSGT. GILMER L. JONES SFC. PAUL J. FISHER
The Reserve Oflicers Training program gives
the student an elementary training which
Will be of beneht to him and of value to the
nation if he becomes a member of the Armed
Forces. In past years the North Fulton
R. O. T. C. has taken only the superior ratings
in Federal Inspections, the Georgia Military
Statt Superuises Hctiuities Ut
District lnspection and city-wide competi-.
The superlative guidance of Capt. Dabbs,
lVlfSgt. Jones, and Sfc. Fisher and the full
cooperation of the staff and cadets are deter-
mining factors in the future success of the
CADET MAJOR BILL EDWARDS receives a commission trom his mother at the Sabre Day Presentation.
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Froni Row: Cade? Col. John
Truslow. Second Row, Le'f+ +o
Righh Cade? L+. Col. Don
Gee, Cadef Maior Lamar Bar-
reH, Cadei Major Richard
Meyer. Third Row: Cade? Ma-
ior Hal Davis, Cade? Maior
THE STAFF of +he Nor+h Fulfon BaHle Group s+ands af aH'en'rion on rhe sfeps
Battle Group of +he School.
Cade? Col. John Truslow Cal'-lei Malo' Don Gee Cader Mai. Lamar BarreH Cadef Mai. Richard Meyer
Sponsor: Paffy Paffillo SPOMOV3 Pai5Y EWS Sponsor: Cheryl Zulxer Sponsor: Sarah Byers
Cadef Mai. David Meroney Cadef Mai. Bill Edwards Cade? Mai. Hal Davis
Sponsor: Nancy Noblin Sponsor: Danny Rubens Sponsor: Jan Dodson
H Eumpanu Leads The Battle Group In HII Formations
Coder 2nd L+.
Cade+ ls'r L+.
Cade+ 2nd L+.
Wade Sf. John
Cade? Capf. Alec Morgan
Sponsor: Peggy Rainwa+er
CADET Is+ L+. Joe Maddox uses Cader Sfc. Berrien
Moore +o +eacl'1 his pla+oon Hue proper way +0
EVERY TUESDAY morning +he
commissioned officers mee+ in
+he armory +o discuss curren+
problems concerning +he BaH'le
A NEW TRADITION was begun +his year when
+he +irs+ annual Mili+ary Ball was presen+ed by
+he Officers' Club on Oc+. 3l, l958, a+ +l'1e
Georgia Tech Naval R. O. T. C. Training Cen+er.
Presiden+, Officers' Club
Cade+ Cap+. Jaclr S+ow
Firs+ Row, lef+ +o righ+: Col. John Truslow, L+. Col. Don Gee, Mai. Lamar Barre++, ls+ L+. Joe
Maddox, Mai. Hal Davis. Second Row: Cap+. Alec Morgan, 2nd L+. Evere++ Garmon, Cap+. Harry
Jones, 2nd L+. Frank Arnold, 2nd L+. Larry Benner, 2nd L+. Bobby Morris. Third Row: 2nd L+. Wade
S+. John, Mai. David Meroney, ls+ L+. Jimmy Cooper, Capf. Jaclr S+ow, Mai. Bill Edwards, 2nd
L+. Bill Malone.
Cadel 2nd L+.
Cadet lsr L'l'.
Cadel' lst Ll.
Jimmy Cooper Donna Demeree
"READY ON the righl' . . . Ready on lhe lef+ . . . Ready on l'he firing line . . . Com-
Eadets In "B" Eompanu Practice
The Military Department is very pleased tha'
this year the Ritle Team won first place in the
First Trophy Matches and in the Third Army
interscholastic rille matches.
RIFLE TEAM-Firsl' Row, readint
lefl lo right: 2nd Ll. Bobby Moi
ris. Second Row: MfSg+, Robe!
Hyers, Sfc. Edward Presfor
MfSg'l. Alan Chrislensen, Co
John Truslow. Third Row: Pv-
Thomas Hobbs, Pvt. Bill Russel
Pv+. Bill Wilson, Sic. Glenn Jacl
son. Fourth Row: 2nd Ll. Bi
Malone, Pvf. Michael Fu+relle, Pv
Frank Walther, Pvt. Ronald Fowle
or Drill Eumpetitinn
'rom the members of the NCO
Ilub will come next'year's of-
Cers of the Battle Group.
NICO CLUB-Firsl Row, lefl lo righh Sgl.fMai.
loberf Jones, Isf Sgt Bill Bussey, lsr Sgf. John
NAynaH, Isl Sgf. Ernesl' Camp, Mfsgl. Mail Welch,
v1fSg+. James MynaH, M!Sg+. Berrien Moore,
v1fSg+. Bobby Clemmer, MfSg'r. Jim Seafon,
vI!Sg+. Alan Chrislensen. Second Row: MfSg+.
loberi Hyers, Sfc. Arlhur Ofwell, Sfc. Hufch John-
on, Sfc. Larry Gould, Sic. Tuclry Delung, MfSgl.
David Mauney, Sic. Cleve Farabee, Sic. James
lraswell, Sic. Terry Crowder, Sic. Raymond Hub-
nard. Third Row: Sic. Edward Preslon, Sgl. James
Iollier, S'Fc. Linwood Swain, Sfc. John Commander,
lic. Burneif Hull, Sic. Bill Slevens, Sic. Bobby
Nindham, Sfc. Marshal BarreH, Sfc, Shawn Boles,
ifc. Glenn Jaclrson. Fourfh Row: Sfc. Tracy Mc-
Jonald, Sgl. Sfuarl Singer, Sic. Doug Culier, Sg+.
ileve Collier, Sgf. John Geiger, Sfc. Bill Byers,
vfc. Dan Maclnlyre, Cpl. David Wyly, Sgl. James
laven, Sic. George Hynds. Fiffh Row: Sic. Alec
lhodes, Sgt Sandy Wells, Cpl. Bill Owens, Cpl.
ohn English, Cpl. Donny Tomlin, Cpl. Arnold
ohns, Sfc. Roberi' Johnslon, Sfc. John Thompson.
Cadel Capt Jack Slow
Sponsor: Ann Donahue
MXSGT. MATT WELCH sfands Alan Chris+ensen's inspec-
'lion while Charles Boyd cleans his rifle.
THE BACKBONE of +he Ba++Ie Group, +he Non Commissioned Officers' Club
s+ands a+ aH'en'rion for i+s phorograph.
DIRECTING TRAFFIC after school in
congested areas on the campus is a
service proiect ot the Drill Team.
MEMBERS of the Drill Team practice after school tour times a week.
Drill Team Is Hnother First For Ilmth Fulton
This year the Military Department added a new feature, the Drill
Team, to its activities. lt is composed of twenty-two members. Each
day they raise and lower the colors. At school functions they act as
ushers or guides to the parking areas. They have given performances
at Sabre Day, the Milk Bowl game, and the Buckhead Christmas
Lt. Col. Don Gee
Drill Platoon Leader
THIS TEAM is tamous tor its rigid crack drill performances.
DRILL TEAM-First Row, reading left to right:
CfLt. Col. Doh Gee, CfSfc. Terry Crowder,
CfPvt. Butch Waters, CfPvt. Jim Brown, CfPvt.
Charles Headriclr, CfPvt. Jim Gillespie, CfPvt.
Del Montague, Second Row: CfCpl. David
Wyly, CfPvt. Larry Rapp, CfPvt. Johannes
Rozier, CfPvt. Bobby Smith, CfPvt. John Gil-
Iespie. Third Row: CfPvt. Richard Owens,
CfStc. Bill Thompsoin, CfPvt. Edward Schrader,
CfPvt. Arthur Baxter, CfPvt. Rusty Barber,
CfSfc. Raymond Hubbard.
Cadet Capt. Harry Jones
Sponsor: Lynn Fishburne
"E" Eumpanu Eadets Show Pride In Their Unit
Cadet 2nd L+. Bill Malone Sponsor: Sandra Miller
The First thing 21 cadet learns is to develop a
sense of pride for his unit. It is this pride that
makes the North Fulton Battle Group superior.
Sponsor: Judy Hughes Cadet' 2nd L+. Bobby Morris
Cadet 2nd Li. Larry Benner Sponsor: Joan Balmer
Often new students entering North Fulton won-
der at the two activity units required for gradua-
tion, Some undoubtedly feel that these require-
ments are rather pointless, if not entirely unfair.
Why should a student be forced to participate
in various activities if he does not desire to do
so? This question can best be answered by tell-
ing what the many activities around North Ful-
ton are designed to do.
COOPERATION PART OF LEARNING PROCESS
Back in the early part of the twentieth century
a famous philosopher was a strong proponent of
the theory that schools should teach students not
only reading, 'riting, and lrithmetic, but also
should prepare the students for later life. De-
spite the technological competition of Russia,
North Fulton feels that the ability to cooperate
with others in useful activity situations is an
important factor in the learning process.
ACTIVITY SKILLS ONE FACET OF STUDENT LIFE
The size of North Fulton gives students a won-
derful opportunity to utilize not only their skills
in human relations, but also in clerical, com-
mercial, artistic, and management fields. Thus,
the typewriter, the glue pot, the pen and the ink
well become the symbols of this phase of student
A peep into the classroom where an activity
is in progress might prove somewhat startling.
It, like the typical photograph to your left, is
entirely different from the usual school-room
atmosphere. Often it is noisyg adult direction
is frequently so subtle as not to be apparent--
yet it can be one of the busiest and most COHSYFUC-
tive rooms in the school building!
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THESE STUDENTS who are members of the Student' Council, represent their homerooms al' the Student'
Council meeting 'twice a month Each member whether Sub-Freshman, Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or
Senior has an equal vote in the decisions of 'the council. By having a representative from each home-
room every student indirectly has a voice in school activities.
Student Eouncll Hnd Eahmet lmnroue Facultu-Student Relations Bu
North Fultonls Student Council is the medium through
which the student body expresses itself in school func-
tions. The backbone of the Student Council is the
twelve upperclassmen who are chosen to run in the
Spring elections for their respective parties. The four
Winners are the oflicers of the Student Council. These
four, along with the losing candidates, make up the
Student Cabinet, which is a part of student govern-
ment. The numerous duties of the Student Council
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Tom Carloclt, President Robbie Logan, Vice-President
THE STUDENT body
greets the +eam al' Grady
STUDENT CABINET SENIORS, tirst row, reading left
to right: Tom Carloclr, Robbie Logan. Second Row:
Mary Ruth Walters, Jimmy Valentine, Sarah Byers,
and Miss Norman, faculty advisor.
STUDENT CABINET UNDERCLASSMEN, tirst row, reading
left to right: Fred Fletcher, Sherry Moore. Second Row: Pam
Crady, Wade St. John, Bonnie Patton. Third Row: Hutch
Bringing Together, Un ii Commun Ground, Pupils Find Teachers
could not be carried out by the Student Cabi-
net alone, so each underclassmen homeroom
elects a Student Council representative and
Senior homerooms elect two representatives.
By having such a broad membership, the Stu-
Fred Fletcher, Treasurer Sherry Moore, Secretary
dent Council is able to better coordinate the
student body with the faculty. Besides sup-
porting all school activities, it also sponsors
the faculty tea at Christmas and the Old South
A FEW MEMBERS of the
student council meet with
their president, Tom Car-
CHAIRMAN Judy Wagner heads
Senior Cabinei commiriee in ihe
seleciion of s+yle for graduaiion an-
MISS PLASTER, sponsor, converses
wifh several members of +he cabinet
Senior Eahinet Directs lictiuities Ui Senior Elass
SENIOR CABINET MEMBERS are, Firsi Row, reading lefi' lo righi: Julie
Alexander, Jimmy Valenrine, Alice Huichinson, Pai Kelley. Second Row:
Eleanor Milner, Marian While, Jaclrie Kohn, Sara Osirom, Danny
Rubens. Third Row: Paisy Pershing, Sue Goodlroe, Caroline Wade, Neal
Hollingsworih. Four+h Row: Miriam Frye, Linda Meier, Pepper Roberis.
Fifih Row: Judy Wagner, Nancy Gray, Bobby Morris, Jody Dobbs.
Sixih Row: Bill Poole, Marrha Borland, Jakey Weichel. Sevenih Row:
Jimmie Rabenhorsi, Bill Peloi, Bob Newman, Phil Chrisiian,
THE NINTH GRADE Y-TEENS, guided by Miss
Doroihy Earnesi and led by D Ferguson Pres'
K. Reeves, V.-Pres.: M. Hopkins, Sec.: J. Fife, Treas.g L, Mufh, Chaplain, and J. Moore, PTOi.'Cl1fml:
is one of three North Fulton groups alifiliared wi+h the Y.W.C.A.
J. MOORE, D. Ferguson fix scrapbook
'For hospiralized children.
Eight Grade, Jr., Sr.
As teen-age members of the
Y.W.C.A., North Fulton's Y-
Teens participated in several
X I lines of Y. work. Each club had
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8TH GRADERS selecf gifts for needy
ce Subfreshmen to club acfivifies.
Y-TEENS view prospec+ive model.
FUTURE SPORTS Hall of Fame planned by Coach Jernigan
"TYPICAL" foo+ball dressing room as seen al' pep rally
F. S. ll. Hliiliates Ulith ll. Ill. E. H.
The big event of the Freshmen-Sophomore
Youths' calendar is its formal joining with the
Y.M.C.A. This group is also establishing a
North Fulton Sports Hall of Fame.
ASSEMBLED as one gathering, members of 'lhe 9th
and l0lh grade F.S.Y. 'Form an imposing group.
READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: C.
Puckett, V.-Pres.: B. Hardcaslle, Treas.: B.
VarnDyke, Sgt.-at-Arms, V. Bowdish, Pres.
No? Pictured: A. Barnes, Sec.: D. Johnson,
READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, Firsf Row: J. Riddiclr. Second Row: R. Denny,
T. Phillips, J. Sewell, J. Bagley, D. Moser, R. Baird, E. Garmon. Third Row: D. Dyas,
B. Dukes, M. Gryder, J. Goldsmith, C, Nelson, J. Wrighf, A. Moorhead. Fourlh Row:
J. Dobbs, B. Li'Hle, D. Johnson, K. Sfeinmann, B. Pelof, S. Simms, T. Pirlrle. Fiilh Row: B
Bryce, D. Maclniyre, C. Ri++er, H. Hughey, B. Plunlrel, B. Moore, T. Carloclr. Sixlh Row
B. Newman, J. Fife, J. Valenline, J. Mynaff, E. Garland, B. Morris, J. Truslow. Sevenlh
Row: J. Sfrange, B. Bussey, W. S+. John, P. Tilly, J. Sealon, B. Myers. Eighth Row: H.
Huffman, L. Benner, R. Butler, T. Cogburn, W. Woodall, J. Commander, A. Freeman,
Hi-V members Plan Hnnual Illinstrel
Sponsored by the YM C A the H1 Y upholds
the standards of the Y at North Fulton This
club gave the Chrlstmas formal and Old South
mmstrel for the school
- CLUB chose pe+i+e Judy Riddick swee+hear'l'.
J. Phillips, A. Orwell, E. DeGross, Mr. Taylor.
B. wafches B. Moore rehears- Hl-Y V. Pres. J. Dobbs, Chaplain E. Garland, Treas. B. Moore, Sec. R.
ing -for rninsfrel. Denny. Na+ Piciured: Pres. B. Newman, Sgf.-af-Arms K. Sieinmann.
J. Kohn, Sec.: J. Whitehead, Pres.: M.
Renz, Treas.q P. Pallillo, Chaplain: L.
READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, Firsl' Row: E. Milner, C. Lynch, S. Oslrom, S. Evans, A.
Newton, J. Whifehead, J. Moreland, C. Peebles, R. Miller, B. Bates. Second Row: D. Demeree
R. Werth, C. Barnell, S. Hannah, J. Morse, L. Sleinmann, P. Poole, P. Crady, J. Cannon, M
Renz, L, Sourherland. Third Row: C. Baker, S. Spaulding, B. Bean, S. Dobbs. J. Damon, H.
Helms, B. Filer, A. Willis, M. Hoeser, L. Compton, D. Williams, E. Wilcox. Fourth Row: N.
Noblin, P. Williams, P. Allen, N. Brazellon, R. Walker, J. Kohn, J. Macltey, C. Sheldon, P.
Pershing, P. Melcher, L. Meier, M. Morehead, P. Monica.
lallulah Falls Glues Basketball Dance 1
point of business.
Now in its second year as a I
service club, Tallulah Falls, l
composed of Junior and Sen-
ior girls, has done much to
benefit North Fulton, as Well
as to raise funds for the Tal-
lulah Falls School in North
Georgia. Their projects in-
cluded selling tickets to the
movie, LlMatchmaker," with
other Tallulah Falls Clubs,
giving a dance after a basket-
ball game, and co-sponsoring
with Rabun Gap the annual
MlRlAM FRYE, Tallulah Falls Baslce+ball Sweelhearl, receives roses from
players Ri+'ler, Loomis and Carloclt.
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FIRST ROW, READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Moore, H. Hough, F. Wilson, J. Alexander, J. Moreland, N. Hollingsworlh, M. L. Kemph. Second
Row: M. Williams, L, Thurman, L. Burlon, D. Slover, S. Floge, K. Williams, R. Walker, S. Parker, L. Ike.
TTA WALKER and Julie Moreland display modeling
OFFICERS ARE: Julie Moreland, Pres.: Julie Alexander, Vice-
Pres.: Fausline Wilson, Sec.: Neal Hollingsworth, Chaplain.
Noi piciuredz Bette Adams, Treas.
Delta Girls Peilect modeling
Modeling, vocational study, and self-improvement
are the purposes for which the Delta Club was
formed. junior and senior girls interested in these
goals meet semi-monthly to learn under the direc-
tion of Mrs. jane Burson, a professional model.
Their programs include speeches on fashion, held
trips, and 'lHelp," a program on appearance and
SUE FLOGE models one of Ihe mosl' popular s'l'yles af
'lhe "Harvesl- of Fashions," sponsored by Rabun Gap.
F. TAYLOR, Pres.' M. A. Renz, Vice-Pres g J Cannon N. Peddicord Secs' D R b n Tr s
, .. , , .,.ues, ea.gan
Mullins, advisor, direci World Affairs Club.
WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB
Through speakers, filn
and projects the World A
fairs Club helps to promc
a better understanding
people, places, and ever
among its members.
OUILL AND SCROLL SOCIEI
Students doing superi
Work in some phase of jou
nalism are eligible fr
membership in Quill ar
Scroll, a literary honor s
OUR EXCHANGE siudenl' Dann Rub ns d
, y e ,rea s WORLD AFFAIRS members view Mrs. Carg's souvenirs of
Ame ' Ii' + "
rican is ory. Hawaii.
MRS. BERNICE MCCULLAR emphasizes poini' ai
Quill and Scroll Induciion.
MISS CONNELL ins+ruc+s s+uden+s in Writers'
Mggp f ,z .s1"'-vwssm.
Uarious Facets Ui Eummunication Studiei
QUILL AND SCROLL is Ied by P. Williams, Pres.: C. Ferguson, Vice-
Pres.g L. Soulherland, Sec.-Trees.: and K. Connell and A, O'Ouinn,
OFFICERS Varner, Sec.: Riddick,
Vice-Pres' Morgan, Pres.: Smifh,
DWER of milk carrons helps us celebrale Milk Bowl viclory over Brown --
Chaplaing DeLung, ParI.g and Tay-
lor, Treas. plan mee+ing.
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KLEC MORGAN receives official char+er from fhe preslclenl' of I'he MII-K BOWL foofball game SUCCSSS aided
by Wheel Club banner.
SPEARHEADING AD campaign for I'he an
nual was Wheel CIub's major proiec'I'.
FIRST ROW, READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT:
E. Varner, F. Taylor, J. Riddick, A. Morgan, T.
DeLung, L. Swain. Second Row: J. Moreland, S.
Davis J. Kohn, M. While, J. Alexander, N. Hol-
Iingswor+h, M. L. Kemph, L. Burion, M. Vorus, L
Ike. Third Row: P. Roberfs, R. Edwards, B. Morris
D. Cuffer, B. Clemmer, J. McClellan, P. Brooke
E. Cullom, J. Rabenhorsi.
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READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Plunlrel, B. VanDylre, T. Carlocl:
B. Pelof, C. Nelson, B. Dulxes, J. Truslow, B. Newman, D. Hogg, C. Gendel,
J. Mynaft, J. Mynail, W, SI. John, H. Johnson, J. Strange, J. Maddox,
M. Welch, J. Valenline, R. Denny, G. Hynds, E. Garland, B. Moore, W.
Woodall, T. Pirlcle, J. Mar+in, B. Fletcher, H. Huffman, F. Fletcher, T. Mc-
Donald, R. Jones, J, Seaton.
Hou Eluh Striuos To Imorouo llur Sohool
Serving the community and school is the aim of the
Key Club. This national service organization par-
ticipated in Atlantzfs Nlusculzir Dystrophy Drive,
sponsored our first football dance, cleaned North
Fulton's trophies, and continued to work toward
an outside snack shelter.
B. PLUNKET leads a discussion a+ a Key Club mee'I'ing.
READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Plunkel,
Pres.: W. Woodall, Sec.: B. Moore, Treas.: C.
Nelson, Sgl.-af-Arms. Noi pic+ured: T. Carloclr,
Vice-Pres., E. Garland, Chaplain.
SARAH BYERS, cheerleader, is Key
DUKES and ValenI'ine devour sl'acIc of
griddle calces al pancake supper.
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ONE OF THE younger service clubs a+ Norih Fulfon, Ihe
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A ""' Junior Civilan Junior, is fhe underclassman's branch of ihe
M H Junior Civiian. Officers include B. Brown, Vice-Pres.: B.
FIRST ROW, READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Flelcher, J. Thomas.
R. Moore, J. Harris. Second Row: C, Cramer, E. Evans, S. Fowler, L.
Mulh. Third Row' B. Brown, B. Brown, B, S. Cameron, A. Gedh. Fourlh
Row: C. Thompsoh, S. Barnes, K. Oslrom, S. Brown. Fif+h Row: N. Ramage,
N Frye Sixih Row: R. McLeod, J. Sudderfh, L, Archbold, M. Fulrelle.
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Seven+h.Row: M, Sfone, J. Respess, P. Dreger, D. Johnson. ig o
J. Kilgore, S. Miichell, B. BenneH.
BenneH', Pres., J. Thomas, Sec., J. Kilgore, Sgr.-al-Arms, M.
S'l'one, Trees.: J. Chesna, advisor.
RED AND BLACK pompoms always increase school
spiril ai fooiball games. S. Brown, D. Johnson, J. Harris,
and L. Muih malce some as a Civiian proieci. This
club also filled fruii baslcels for 'ihe Cancer Home.
JUBILANT STUDENTS celebraie foofball viciory over Ful-
+on ai +his roclc and roll dance given,by J. C. Jr. In Ihis
club of underclassmen Ihe members begin early +o serve
Norfh Ful+on and iheir communily.
M. R. WALTERS, Vice-Pres.: P. Chrisfian, Pres. and Sl'a'l'e Gov.,
L. S+einmann, Sec., J. Dobbs, Sgl.-al-Arms, A. Hulchinson, Chap-
lain, E. Camp, Treas. head Junior Civilan, a maior service club.
Sludenls make applicalion for membership and are selecfed by +he
club wi+h lhe principal's approval.
SPONSORING lhe Milk Bowl pep rally was only
one of lhe Junior Civil'an's acfiviries. Olhers in-
cluded giving a foofball dance, decora+ing 'l'he
goal posfs, and sponsoring a Georgia Teenage
Traffic Safely Week.
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B. PATTEN and B. Jacobs inleresl' a housewife in buying several
pounds of fruifcake, a por+ion of 'rhe for+y-five hundred pounds
lhe club sold lhis year. The profil' alifords funds 'For lhe beH'er-
menf of fhe school.
Eiuitan Groups Lead In Uarious
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FIRST ROW, READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Moore, P. Chrisfian,
P. Rainwater. H. Avary, Mr. J. Crowe. Second Row: P. Crady, S. Mosey.
Third Row: G. Flaherfy, M. R, Walfers, D. Rubens. Fourlh Row: S. Smilh,
D. Lowrance, M. Frye, C. Lynch. Fif+h Row: N. Nelson, B. Pa'Hen. Sixfh
Row: K. Sleinmann, J. Whilehead, B. Johnsfon. Sevenfh Row: S. Phelps,
R. Logan, D. Langley, F, Holland, B. Bussey. Eighfh Row: R. Williams, J.
Dobbs, E. Camp. Ninlh Row: B. Malone, J. Bryan, R. Walker, J. Weichel.
Tenfh Row: C. Fain, L. Sfeinmann, J. Fowler. Elevenfh Row: G. Granf, A.
Hufchinson, P. Pallillo, M, Borland, C. Wade, S. Byers. Twelflh Row: R.
Hopkins, B. Byers, B. Jacobs.
enior Leaders, Sponsors Hnnual Uglo man Contest
TEENAGE COMBO, 'lhe Ba-Dops, provides beal' during Ugly DRAPED MEMBERS-Mecllin, Hollingsworlh, and Penney
Man Dance. decorafe for Ugly Man Dance.
STUDENTS SHOW excifemenf as +hey are lapped for membership in one of Nor+h Ful+on's honor clubs.
Beta Eluh, Composed Uf Ilmth Fult
The National Beta Club is an honorary
organization established to give due rec-
ognition to worthy seniors. In order to
become a member, a student must have
outstanding character, high scholastic
achievement, and must participate in
school activities. This year new members
Were tapped and presented with a Beta
Club emblem-a different way of bestow-
ing the honor of membership.
CHARLES GENDEL SARAH BYERS
'T President Vice-President
FIRST ROW, READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Walker, P. Roberts,
C. Gendel, F. Taylor, S. Byers, J. Riddick. Second Row: L. Schumacher,
G. King, R. Meyer, F. Holland, N. Hollingsworth. Third Row: J. Kohn, D
Lander, R. Williams, R. Sturgeon, G. AIIen, Fourth Row: J. Medlin, P an
Pershing, R. Small, E. Sanditer, K. Kreuter. Fifth Row: B. PIunI:et, J. Bryan
S. Evans, E. White, E. Wilcox. Sixth Row: C. Bryan, A. Morgan, P. Kelley. . ,
G, Carney, P. Rainwater. Seventh Row: P. Pattillo, N. Gray, A. Hutchin- im'
son, A. Penney, D. Raymo. Eighth Row: E. Varner, C. Wade, M. R. Walters Q3
B. Bates, D'N. Lowrance. Ninth Row: S. Mosey, J. Cannon, B. Hudson 'sff ' ' '
M. A. Renz. Tenth Row: N. Peddicord. R. Logan, C. Fein, H. Avery, P.
Melcher. ' ' J '
JUDY RIDDICK FRANK TAYLOR
IN ADDITION to sponsoring Beta Club, RITA WALKER PEPPER ROBERTS
Mrs. Chandler aids students as Annex Chaplain Sgt.-at-Arms
STUDENTS change rooms in order to PAT KELLEY ligh+s Hn
visil' ano'rher college representative.
The National Honor Society, composed of thirty Seniors, rendered
great service to the upperclassmen by sponsoring College Night and
Career Day. For the Subfreshman and Freshmen the organization
gave a semi-formal dance with the theme of HI-leaven on Earthfl
Scholarship, Leadership, Hnd Service
PAT KELLEY, President'
ALICE HUTCHINSON, Vice-President
K r .I i PATTY PATTILLO, Recording Secreiary
1 'cn r A V -' I JACKIE KOHN, Corresponding Secretary
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X X ALEC MORGAN, Treasurer
f r,: , if W JANE CANNON, Chaplain
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FIRST ROW READING LEFT TO RIGHT' S Evans J Riddick J Hu In L S h h
, . . , . . . g es, . c umac er, N. Gray, J. Kohn, M. R. Walfers, R. Loga
Second Row: H. Avary, N. Hollingsworlh, P. Paffillo, D'N. Lowrance, C. Wade, E. Varner, D. Raymo, M. L. Mays, C. Fain, M. A. Renz, I
Persl-ning, R. Walker, M. Frye. Third Row: S. Mosey, J. Truslow, D. Lander, F. Holland, B. Slurgeon, J. Medlin, T. Carloclx, B. Plunlre+, C
Gendel, A, Morgan, P. Kelley, A. Hufclwinson.
national Honor Sooietu Recognizes Students DI Outstanding Eharaoter,
2nd SEMESTER OFFICERS: L. Schumacher, Rec. Sec.: M. A. Renz, Chap- MARY ANN RENZ, Palsy Pershing, and Jane Can-
laing D. Lander, Pres.: N. Hollingsworih, Vice-Pres., S. Evans, Cor. Sec.: B. non decora-'ve -for 1-he annual Freshmamsub-fresl-,man
Morris, Treas. af meeling. Semi-formal.
It is three o'clock. The dismissal bell has rung.
The students pile out into the archway as they
leave for home . . . and all these people belong
Clubs are a vital part of life at North Fulton,
and clubs, too, provide a Hlearningn experience.
In these organizations students acquire leader-
ship, develop cooperation, learn to serve and
help the school through projects. A member of
a club receives the advantage of group activity,
yet still possesses the privilege of individual de-
velopment and expression.
N. F.'S CLUBS FORMED TO SERVE
All North Fultonls clubs have been formed with
one idea in mind4service-the performance of
Work for the benefit of others. Some clubs, like
the National Honor Society and Beta Club,
recognize the past accomplishments of outstand-
ing studentsg others, such as the Latin and Sci-
ence Clubs, strive to increase cultural growth
with interesting speakers and trips, still others,
as the Wheel and Tallulah Falls Clubs, are
strictly service organizations. All serve the stu-
dent and school with their varied activities. In
addition to helping North Fulton and the in-
dividual, these groups also direct their projects
toward the community. The Georgia Teenage
Traffic Safety Week and the Muscular Dys-
trophy Drive were club activities this year.
CLUBS NOT ALL WORK ORGANIZATIONS
Clubs, nevertheless, are not exclusively work or-
ganizations. They afford the member the oppor-
tunity of friendly association and fun With his
classmates outside the schoolroom. Working and
playing together, North Fulton's students learn
together skill and qualities they will carry With
them long after school days are behind them. In
or out of the classroom the learning process at
North Fulton never ceases.
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For Second European Tour
Under the direction of Mr. Robert Low-
rance, the North Fulton Special Choir
adds a touch of culture to our school.
Their annual concerts are events looked
forward to with a great deal of enthusi-
asm. In recognition of their excellent
performances they have been asked to
sing in Europe again. In l956 on their
first European tour they covered over
three thousand miles and visited eight
countries. In the thirty-four days they
were gone they had an exhausting time
sightseeing and singing.
It is considered quite an honor to be a
member of the group of young singers.
In order to be chosen, a solo try-out is
necessary. After successfully passing this
test, long hours of practice and rehearsal
are required to learn new songs and re-
view the old ones, as the choir is constant-
ly adding to its repertoire. North Fulton
is truly proud of its Special Choir.
llnrth FuItun's Special Ehoir Bound
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THE Cl-lOlR'S officers are
Bobby Whaley, Alice Hulchin-
son, Bill Dulces, Judy Wagner
Marina Borland, Nancy Gray
and Mr. Lowrance, direcior.
EACH HOMEROOM selecis a Scribbler represen- ANNUAL REPRESENTATIVES promofe +he sale of
' h ll Subscri HOUS and S995 1416+ each ads and in coopera'rion wirh The bank fellers, see
+ahve w o se s p I I
S+'-Ideflf FGCGTVGS MS SCIHTOY1 of +he PGPGY- +ha+ each s+uden+ deposi+s money for an annual.
Du Their Part In Schonl's Hctiuities
P.T.A. REPRESENTATIVES: The job of +he P.T.A. is +o promo+e be'Her relaiions befween +he
paren+s and 'I'he Teachers. Since +he organizarion is so impor+an+ and +he membership so large,
each homeroom elec+s a represen+a+ive +o encourage 'rhe homeroom parenfs To join and 1'ake
an ac'l'ive part
JUNIIOR RED CROSS REPRESENTATIVES: North Fulton has alwa s lalten an a +' rl' '
y c ive pa in
charity proiects. The group, which takes charge of collecting food to fill the annual Thanlts
giving baskets and 'toys and other small articles for the boxes 'lo send to children in foreign
countries, is the Junior Red Cross.
Uarious Reoresentatiuies Hnd Sponsors Cooperate To
ANNUAL SPONSORS: First Row, left +o right: Nancy Peddicord, Sara Osfrom,
Julie Moreland. Second Row: Martha Lois Mays, Gretchen Flaherty, Patty Pai-
tillo, Linda Schumacher. Third Row: Gloria Clarlt, Gayle Grant, Eugenia Sandifer,
Without the help of these
people Working in different
activities, important larger
groups, of Which they are a
part, could not accomplish
their purpose. Junior Red
Cross Representatives col-
lect money, food, and toys
for needy people. The
P.T.A. has a representative
in each homeroom to en-
courage membership. The
annual sponsors, annual
representatives, and Scrib-
bler representatives aid our
MAIN LIBRARY STAFF: First Row reading from left lo right: Courlney Fain, Sandra White,
C I Holland. Second Row: Ed Wallace, Bruce Jacobs, Moreland Smith, Bob Slurgeon, Ken
McCullough. Third Row: Kitty Booth, Mary Heller, Charlene McEImore, Peggy Allen, Patsy
Hunter Regina Miller, Marie Wideman, Carol Goodfellow. Fourth Row: Mary Brooks, Sara
P C I Sandbur
WhiteIiurs+, Judy Wagner, Nancy Peddicord, Susan Steele, Dorada ope, aro g,
Sandra Rosborg. These are lhe students who run the main library.
ihraries Hid Students In Sauings Rnd Studies
Roy Flemming assists Tommy Phil
lips in checking our a bool: from
+he annex library.
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MRS. BURROUGHS, our head Ii-
brarian, is always willing lo help
s+udenl's in every way.
NINETEEN PEOPLE, under the di-
rec+ion of Mrs. Chandler, run the
annex library which is maintained
JOHANNES ROZIER, Helen Huey,
Carl Weibel, and Ann Willis help
wirh Monday morning banking.
EVERY HOMEROOM has a feller
who keeps 'ihe record of deposiis
and wifhdrawals 'For each sfudenl.
BANK DIRECTORS: Firsf Row: Sara Osfrom, Marfha Borland, Sarah Byers, Dianne Langley,
Robbie Logan. Second Row: Nancy Nelson, Phyllis Webb, Mary Ru+h Walfers, June While-
head, Tom Pirkle. Third Row: Fred FIe+cher, Grefchen Flaherfy, Libba Sieinmann, Bonnie Pai-
fen, John Commander. Fourfh Row: Wade Sf, John, Pam Crady, Sherry Moore. The bank
direciors no+ only keep fhe bank in order, buf also learn sound business principles, H is also
fheir iob fo sell shares of s+ock in 'rhis Junior Achievemenf-sponsored company.
Ilecessarv Services Performed Bu Bank Hm
BANK WORKERS are +he s+uden'is
who work for rhe bank fiffh period
delivering checks and keeping in-
dividual banking records.
One of the chief ways of keeping a stu-
dent body interested in school activities
and happenings is through the publica-
tion of a school newspaper. North Ful-
tonls school newspaper and its companion
the Confidential do just this by the excel-
lent feature articles, coverage of sports
events, and editorials printed in each edi-
tion. The publishing of our top-rate news-
paper is attained through the cooperation
of many students, not only those who are
responsible for its written contents, but
also those who sell and distribute it.
lUork Together To Produce Georgia s Leading High School newspaper
Judy Alcorn Dana Palmer Buddy Ballenger, Barbara Smith, Tommy Phillips, and Richard Small
are +he people who edri +he Confidenhal, a paper +ha+ is published with our school paper
rubber The Confidenhal coniains class gossip, amusing sfories, and original cartoons.
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"Geo1'gia'.r Fineft High Scfwol Newxpapn-"
North Fulton Hixh School
JOHN MEDLIN ' ' e..,,,k wlggfqu
Editor 1 .--... - ll-UHIIRG
'Tiki Business Manager
SOUTHERLAND -. l- 1 PEGGY MELCHER
Ass't. Editor ' ' ! All't. Bus. Mgr
NANNE mavmo .ll i cuezv :Annes
News Editor 5 ,g,,. 5.7. Shbftslditor
STAFF: Feature Editor, Donna Demeree: Coniidenlial
Editor, Barbara Smith: Picture Editor, Winston Blumbergz
Photographers, Winston Blumberg, Bobby Hurt, Bobby
Lindholm: cartoonist, Dana Palmer: Reporters, Bob New-
man, Elizabeth White, Tommy Phillips. Richard Small.
Beverly Burkett, Brenda Bates.
Advisor, Miss Kathryne Connell.
SCRIBBLER STAFF, from left to right: Barbara
Smith, Danny Reubens, Buddy Ballenger, Dianne
Raymo, Peggy Melcher, Winston Blumberg, John
Medlin, Carey Barnes, Linda Southerland,
Carter Smith, Dana Palmer, Miss Connell, and
Scrihhler Rnd Ennfidential Staffs
JOHN MEDLIN, editor ot the Scrabble
and Dana Palmer, cartoonist discuss pla
tor the next edition ot the paper
DEADLINE-the entire staff pitches in to help.
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THE i959 Hl-WAYS STAFF works +o produce +he annual. Piciured from leff fo righf The members are: Fausfine Wilson, Adverfising Mgr.: Judy Hughes, Under-
classmen Ediiory Judy Riddiclr, Superlafive Ediforg Bobby Huri, Apprenlice Phofographerg Charles Gendel, Ediforg Barbara Crawford, Head Copyreader: Neal
Hollingsworfh, Underclassmen Edi+org Linda Schumacher, Circulafion Mgr. Second Row: Regina Miller, Typisfg Paf Beaffy, Ariisfg Harrie? Avary, Club Edilorg
Donnie Lander, Underclassmen Edilorg Jaclcie Kohn, Senior Edi+org Sally Evans, Ac+ivi+y Edi+orp D'Nena Lowrance, Circulafion Sponsor: Jane Cannon, Superlafive
Edi+org Gloria Carney, Head Typisit June Whi+ehead, Facul+y Ediforg Befh Hudson, Copyreaderg Sarah B F l ' ' ' ' '
yers, acu fy Edifor, Third Row. Jerry Marhn, Senior
GLORIA CARNEY, Barbara Crawford, Regina
Miller and Be+h Hudson are +he members of 'rhe
sfaff whose dufy H' is +o do all fyping and copy-
CHARLES GENDEL, edi+or, and Miss
Moodie, facully supervisor, look over
picfure schedule for Fiffy-Nine Hi-
Able counselors' assistants facili-
'fare the work of the' Counselors
by running errands, delivering mes-
sages and helping ro keep the
records in +ha'r office.
EACH DAY these students give up a fourth period study hall to OFFICE ASSISTANTS. reading fr0n+ +0
work in the cafeteria. Some assist in serving plates while orhers E33iM'i'ElEsk?le'?unsii'-DOLJCS PTl::"'Ff':
act as cashiers or supervisors in the snack bar. ,mol pred Fmkherl Ronalcg aHglpki':1s
Sandy Wells and Johnny Gillespie.
lNFlRMARY ASSISTANTS: Barbara Rachaels, Dixie Cochran, Beverly
LUURK UF SEHUUL
The school cannot function Without the
help of students. The infirmary assistants
have raised the spirits of many students
suffering from minor distresses. The work
involved in North Fulton's oflice could
not be handled by the full time staff alone.
The ofliee assistants etliciently manage the
minor jobs. North Fulton is lucky to have
two trained counselors. They are helped
by the eounselor's assistants who aid with
the voluminous paper work.
Wynne, Ann Williams, Barbara Stone, Mary Small, and Ann Mitchell all
work one period a day in the infirmary. They help the nurse, Mrs Hin
ton, to fake care of the aches and pains of students.
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READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, First Row: J. Krueger, B. Hoppe, P.
Flanagan, E. Manning, P. Pattillo, R. Werth. Second Row: S. Davis, P. Hendrix,
K. Kaiser, C. Ollelr, B. Meyer, J. Irwin, A. Willis. Third Row: M. Browne, J.
Wells, A. James, V. Meacham, D. Hall, A. Essig. Fourth Row: V. Fleming, C.
Collingsworth, M. O'Kelley, J. Griffeth, J. Griffith, S. Smith, B. Donahue.
Fifth Row: C. Barhon, G. Morris, A. Flynn, J. Tinsley, C. Kelley, L. Myers
P. Allen, C. Holland. Sixth Row: A. Carter, S, Nelson, V. Smith, S. Sticlcles.
V-Teens Participate In V. lU. E. H. Project
Teens helped a needy family at Christmasg Ninth-graders took
clothes to Atlanta Girls' Club and favors to Sheltering Arms Chil-
drens' Homeg the Senior Club took favors to children at Grady and
Georgia Baptist Hospitals, sponsored the UBlaeksmith Bluesf' -and
enjoyed a day at Ida Cason's.
READING FROM LEFT to right: P. Pat-
tillo, Pres.: A. Willis, V.-Pres.: P. Flana-
gan, Hist.: P. Hendrix, Treas.g B. Hoppe,
Wor. Chrm.q J. Krueger, Sec.: E. Man-
ning, Dir, Chrm.
J. TINSLEY represents North Fulton
at World Fellowship Conference in
New York and Washington.
SENIOR Y-TEEN members enioy publishing North Fulton directory tor the
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cheer cancer patient.
North Fulton girls who have earned a school
letter comprise the Girls' Letter Club sponsored
by Mrs. M. Livingston. By giving an informal
dance in the fall, these girls raised money to buy
new sweaters for the cheerleaders and to redecorate
the New Gym snack bar. Once each month club
representatives visit the patients at the Cancer
Home, and all are planning for a girl's field day
in the spring.
etter Girls Sponsor Eumpetitiue Field Dau
READING LEFT TO RIGHT, First Row: N. Bradford, B. Brown, D. Churchill,
M. R. Walters, J. Whitehead, E. Milner, M. Borland, S. Alford, N. Nelson.
Second Row: H. Dralre, B. Bean, M. Frye, S. Mosey, F. Smith, M. Williams,
K. Williams, C, Lynch, C. Archbold, B. Brown, B. Ballenger, B. Lindsay, R.
Logan. Third Row: P. Crady, C. Goodfellow, M. A. Renz, J. Pratt, S. Floge,
K. Woolley, B. Bishop, P. Taylor, C. A. Kennon, S. Spaulding, C. Baker, G.
Carney, C. Fain, H. Helms, C. Callaway, C. Collinsworth, J. Harris, B. Patten,
P. Melcher, B. Stone, S. Davis.
land: Sec. M. Frye.
M. R. WALTERS receives sweaters for cheer
leaders 'From M. Borland.
R. McLeod and B. Harper, consulsg N, Frye, Scribag P. Milchell, NEW Selph welcomed ai'
Quaeslorg and Miss Margare+ Williams, Sponsor lead proiecfs of aciive inducfioni
amjqm 5 y
B. Van Dyke and Latin slaves French Club members correspond
with French leenagers in Lyon.
Language Rnd Science
Latlll lillll FI'BllCll l:lllllS
The meetings of the French and
Latin Clubs are designed to stimu-
late interest in these languages by
the presentation of more informal
material than is offered in the
classroom. Programs include skits
and lectures on France and Rome,
as Well as on the customs of the
ACTIVE FRENCH CLUB guided by Mr. Heclrle, Sponsor: M. While, Pres.g increase Slud
B. Lindsay, V.-Pres., S. Wilson, Sec., R. Werlh, Trees.: and M. A. Renz,
Chaplain, display iravel folders. 172
H. HUEY, P. Webb, J. Orr prepare for induc+ion
into French Club, an organizalion which works lo
en+s' inleresl in foreign languages.
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SCIENCE CLUB observes experiments in lab. Group is led by Sutton
wins award for School. sponsor: Truslow, Pres.: M. Smith, V.-Pres.g M. Mays, Sec.: R. Meyer, Treas
Emphasized Through Eluhs
Science Eluh Hnd F. H. H.
Since science plays a vital role in
our age, North Fulton's science
:lubs were formed. In the Science
Club students take held trips and
aave speakers who discuss scientif-
ic problems. In the Future Home-
nakers of America potential house-
wives learn the science of home-
naking and the important part
Nomen play in American life.
YOU NG scientists study
FUTU RE homemaker recites
F.H.A. GIRLS carried out charitable proiects this
year. Here several members make dolls for the
Cluldren 'n h05Pl+5l5- F.H.A. PICTURED in its living room at a semi-monthly meeting
Otficers are G. Fish, Pres.: D. Hall, V.-Pres.: J. Fletcher, Sec
Trees.: Mrs. Dutfes, sponsor.
DECORATING THE SCHOOL at Christmas and filling the display
cases are proiects ot the Art Club, which is headed by S. Salter,
Pres.: S. Routsos, Sec.-Treas.g and Mrs. Hoppe, sponsor.
MEMBERS S. Salter and K. Booth drawing posters
TWO ART students make a tile mosaic.
The Hrts Hre Featured Ht Herth Fulton
THE LATE Christopher Bean is presented by the
reas. F. Taylor, a
P. BROOKE and C. Sheldon rehearse parts for Senior Pres. J. Wagner, V.'Pi-es. J. Whitehead, Sec. R. Walker, T nd
M O'N l direct varied activities of Dramatic Club,
play, rs. ea
The b Councml, an orga11izzitifoWn
of ail. North Fultonwclub presidenis,
has fqnctmns.f First, iris an honorag
mgzmbefs :md second, it is
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What is salesmanship but the ability to put across
a product to the public? This ability comes from
the actual experience of selling. The accompany-
ing picture illustrates the sales technique used by
some of our more successful saleswomen. By soli-
citing advertising for the Hz'-Wayfs all students at
North Fulton are given the opportunity to acquire
this ability. Students are able to learn salesmanship
and business procedure by actually going into their
community and selling ads.
ADVERTISING ENABLES MORE STUDENTS TO
BUY THE HI-WAYS
The Hi-Wayis is run on a unique financial basis
which enables it to be sold for a price much lower
than that of most high school annuals. Since the
greater part of the money which pays for our an-
nual comes from advertising, more students are
able to buy the Hi-llfays at its low price.
STAFF THANKS THOSE WHO BOUGHT
AND SOLD ADS
The Hz'-Wa5's owes its existence to the students
who sold the ads and to the community Which
graciously bought them. There are not enough
words to express the gratitude felt by everyone
connected with the Hz'-lVays for the tremendous
effort and response which made this l959 edition
The following pages represent the work of stu-
dents who sold themselves and something they
believed in, North Fulton, to community business-
men. This advertising section stands as a bridge
which young people have crossed to meet adults
and the adult World of business.
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SEE US AND SAVE ON
o Gifts and Housewares
o Luggage and Leather Goods
o Photo Supplies and Cameras
o jewelry - Diamonds. - Watches
3090 Peachtree Rd. CE. 3-5396
"Knowledge is the pofwer of everyday lifving'
EDGE INSURANCE AGENCY
650 Hurt Bldg.
All forms of insurance
Fain Realty and Insurance Co.
153 Nassau Street, N. W.
Ps. 101 :7
"Selling ana' I marina Greater Atlanta"
Day-JA. 5-0694 Night-CE. 3-0887
E. O. Sams Service Station
855 West Peachtree Street
Cars Called for and Delivered
E. O. SAMS Phone TRinity 4-9145
R. E. Holcombe Sales Agency
603 Stewart Ave., S. W.
HOTSTREAM WATER HEATERS
THE PLAY SHOP
Roswell at Powers Ferry
Briarcliff at LaVista
Clairmont at N. Decatur
SCHNEIDER 8a SON
109 Peachtree St., N. E. JA 2-7167
Atlanta 3, Georgia
PEST AND TERMITE CONTROL
Biltmore Exterminators, Inc.
1045 Spring St., N. W.
Garden Hills Pharmacy, Inc. PEACHTREE HARDWARE 81
2815 Peachtree Rd., N. E.
CEdar 3-1146 Atlanta, Georgia Q
3473 Peachtree Road, N. E.
We Appreciate the Opportunity
WE DELIVER Call CE 7-4627
to Serfve You
Compliments of Compliments of
CHARLES GENDEI' L. A. Baird Insurance Agency
SARA WHITKEHURS1 3230 Peachtree Road
G' 0' HALLS GULF SERVICE Lindbergh Automatic Laundry
Brake Service o Wheels Balanced
Tunoup Complete Laundry Service With Finer Finishin
2520 Piedmont Rd. Atlanta, Ge. Quahty Dyemg
POWELL CLEANERS LA vls'rA HARDWARE co.
6th St. at Peachtree 2301 Cheshire Bridge Road
We Specialize in Hand Cleaning at Ladrvistg
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TRIO SHOE SHOP
A-Step-A-Head Beacon Launderers 8d Cleaners
ALL KINDS OF SHOE REPAIRING PERSGNAL SERVICE
Buckhead 3082 R0SWe11R0ad,N-W- Atlanta 5, Ge. 2839 Peachtree Rd. CE 3-1615
MRS. HARRY DELUNG - PIQESIDENI'
MRS. EDGAR JOHNSON - VICE PQESIDENT
MR. IBA. CQONJE -SECoND VICE PDESIDENT
MRS. ROBERT JOHNSTON 'PECORDKNG seem-arf-my
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MPS. LS. WAITS - TREASURER
GEDRGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Offers Undergraduate Work in
ROTC: Army, Air Force, Navy
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2837 Peachtree Rd., N. E.
Fancy Western Meats and Groceries GEQRGU-VS LARGEST AUTOMOBILE
"Don't Daily See Nall "
L 81 N SUPPLY CO., INC.
DUNCAN PEEK INSURANCE AGENCY
PEACHTREE AVE. APARTMENTS
"The Peek of Service
285 Peachtree Ave.
Mortgage Loans 0 Auto Financing
Owner: Henry King CE 7-4254
gomp Amenfd 6017179 617118 lflffd
WE H0 E GRILL CAPITAL AUTOMOBIL
3094 PEACHTREE RD. C0 .
Authorized Agent for Cadillac
Phone: CE 3-9103
This chapel is open always for prayer. Day or night you may come.
The Peachtree door is never closed. We understand and gladly serve
the Christian needs of youth.
Peachtree Christian Church
Peachtree At Spring
DD RORFRTW RTlRNSt Pastor
F. GRAHAM WILLIAMS CO., INC.
BOWSTRING CRAFT SHOP
CHEROKEE, N. c.
Good Home Cooking
'4Southern Fried Chicken"
Country Ham and Hot Biscuits
Dining Room and Curb Service
Open Z4 hours
5033 Buford Hwy. GI 7 9145
Sheldon Simms Co. Inc.
REALTORS . LAND DEVELOPERS
3401 Howell Mill Rd., N. W. - CE 7-0351 Dqlon !c0nf"UCfin9 C9
To The Class of 1959
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Read your Bible daily.
Pray every day.
THE COUNCIL - WE PLAN.
At Sunday School everyone learns the
teachings of Christ through the
examples set by us.
THE PROJECTS - WE SERVE.
The Fellowship serves Christ through our
three projects-Sunday School for the under-
privileged at Uncle Johnny's farm, Pickets
Alley on Savannah Street, and Union Mission
where elderly men come to meet their Savior.
Support the church of your choice.
Witness for Christ.
The underprivileged are shown true friendship
from Fellowship members.
TING - WE WORSHIP.
Union Mission provides inspiration for all
MEMORIES OF E-5
As the years go by, the memories of friends we have made in E-5 will not fade. We have
shared many experiences together that will not easily be forgotten because this is the year We
When we arrived on the first day of school in September '58, we found ourselves near the
close of our high school careers, and bestowed with many privileges and responsibilities. Now
as we near the end of our time together, we would remember those who have received honor
during the year.
President of Homeroom: Frank Taylor.
Senior Cabinet: Jimmy Rabenhorst, Jackie Kohn, Bob Newman.
Student Council: Craig Nelson, Julie Alexander.
Vice President of Senior Class: Julie Alexander.
Members of Beta Club: Cheney Bryan, Gloria Carney,
Sally Evans, Carol Ferguson, Jackie Kohn, Donnie Lander,
Sandra Mosey, Patty Pattillo, Judy Riddick, Frank Taylor.
President of Honor Society: Donnie Lander.
Members of Honor Society: Sally Evans, Jackie Kohn, Donnie
Lander, Sandra Mosey, Patty Pattillo, Judy Riddick.
Miss Senter--the only one left behind.
May 19th is the day we have always looked forward to with great expectation-our grad-
uation. We will each walk down the aisle to receive diplomas and walk out to a future of
unlimited promise. However, with this list of names, we may better preserve the memories
QRobert Norton-Graduated January, 19595
255 East Paces Ferry Road, N. E.
OWEN SERVICE STATION
2264 Cheshire Bridge Rd., N. E.
MATTHEWS SUPER MARKET
34-55 Peachtree Road, N. E.
ATLANTA 5, GA.
FOR GOOD FOOD
2225 Peachtree Rd., N. E.
E-Z CURB SERVICE STORES
CHEROKEE FEED STORE
FEEDSO SEEDS . FERTILIZERS
Phone CE 3-6431 231 Buckhead Ave.
ATLANTA 5, GA.
BUCKHEAD REALTY CO.
252 E. Paces Ferry Rd., N. E.
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Our Officers ,Q
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650 PONCE DE LEON AvENuE,N.E.
WISH THE SENIOR CLASS THE BEST OF LUCK!
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1959 FROM
Betty Jane Outz
Robert de -Iarnette
Greg Van Damm
THE FINER CHARTER BUSES
To Serve You
SOUTHEASTERN STAGES, INC.
457 PIEDMONT AVE., N. E.
J. H. Garvin Auto Service
Auto Electrical and General Repairs
Front End Alignment - Body and Fender Work
Painting - Lubrication - Wrecker Service
3163 Roswell Road, N. W. CE 7-7455
ATLANTA 5, GA.
3205 MAPLE DR.
C. L. EAIN PRODUCE CO.
Agreeable Prices for
juniors SL Misses Dress-es - Sportswear
BUFORD HIGHWAY GOLF RANGE
l985 Cheshire Bridge Road
Professional Instruction by Appointment
1680 NORTHSIDE DR.
HERALD PUBLISHING CO. ENGINEERING
262 EAST PACES FERRY ROAD
lBuCkheadl Consultants and Design Engineers
Complete Line of School Supplies Industry
CE 3-5301 90 Fairlie St., N. W
Atlanta 3, Georgia
Compliments Compliments of
CLOUDT'S FOOD SHOP
Redwood Corset and Lingerie Shop
DAN ALLEN COMPANY
Radio and TV Sales and Service
Diamonds o Watches 0 Silver
REPAIRING . .
: TV SETS Watch CQ" Jewelry Repairing
DANRALLi1id . RADIOS Bldackburn 5,0611 Sandy Springs Shopping Center
6196 We ' Sandy Springs, Georgia sam Fowler BL 5-2480
Maison Robert Beoufy Solon
3761 Roswell Rd., N. E.
FULTON SUPPLY COMPANY
342 Nelson Sf., S. W.
Supplies and Equipment
K I L B U R N ' S
467 PEACHTREE, N. E.
In Buckhead It's .
Crys1'aI's Jr. Miss Shop
3184 Peachtree Rd., N. E.
CrysfoI's ChiIdren's Shop
3104 Peachtree Rd., N. E.
HILL BARBER SHOP
Hair Cuts 351.00
We Specialize in Flat Tops 51.50
ROAD SERVICE Phone CE 3-1173
Lon Bridges Tire ond Buttery Co.
3227 Peachtree Road
We Don't Want .dll the Business-
BROWN'S PURE OIL SERVICE STATION
GARDEN HILLS CE 3-9275
RIDDICK TIRE COMPANY
The North Fulton High School Science Club
An organization open to all students interested
Doc SUTTON . . . Advisor
JOHN TRUSLOW . . . . President
MORELAND SMITH . . Vice-President
MARTHA LOIS MAYS . . . . Treasurer
Your Many Sewing Needs
UITTS so RIGHT
7 X TO sEW"
TOM SMITH MOTORS
FRANCO'S FINE FOODS
OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAYS
CE 3-9437 or CE 3-9266
BUCKHEAD DRUG COMPANY
CE 3-6733 3160 PEACHTREE RD. V
SWIFT 81 COMPANY
SOUTHEAST FEED DISTRICT
Phone TUlip 7-5116 Cumming, Ga.
WENDER 81 ROBERTS, INC.
"Buckhead's Leading Drug Store"
Peachtree Road, Phone CE 3-1122-1123, Buckhead
NORTHSIDE 5 AND I0
3467 Peachtree Rd., N. E.
ATLANTA 5, GA.
FRANKLIN TIRE 81 BATTERY
YOUR TEXACO DEALER
3163 Peachtree Road, N. E.
CE 3-4181 Atlanta, Ga. CE 3-4181
Road Service, Firestone Tires, Batteries, Aeoessorie
L. P. Bondurani' 81 Sons
Hardy 81 Bladek Inc
A. August Lanna
1351 Northside Dr- Atlanta Industrial Relations Consultants
BOBIS ANDERSON'S BARBER SHOP
Individuql 3090 Roswell Road
Laundry and Dry Cleaning Company
2257 Peachtree Road Phone TR 6-8881
Manicuring Tel. CE 7-0711
SEE YOU AT
BROADVIEW RECORD CENTER
WADE MOTOR CO.
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
440 Spring St., N. E. JA. 2-6720
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CE 3-0413 CE
118 Roswell Road - 35 Years Experience
AND AIR CONDITIONING CO.
' Work Given Special Attention
W. T. CBilll Owens, Owner CE 7-0191
CEdar 3-1161 We Deliver
HUNT'S FRESH FOODS
Meats, Groceries and Produce
C. IRA HUNT 3174 Peachtree Rd.
Owner Atlanta S, Ga.
3230 Peachtree Road
Atlanta 5, Georgia
Phone CE 7-4018
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Keith 81 Carolyn Converse
124 Hr. Skin Carel
EDITH REITHBORG COSMETICS
fProduct of Nutrilite Products, Inc.,
Telephone CE 7-6241
MCDONOUGH CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
1958 MONROE DRIVE, N. E.
CONTRACTING AND ENGINEERING
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 1738, Atlanta 1, Georgia
Telephone TRinity 2-6611
SPECIALIZING IN INDUSTRIAL CONSTRUCTION
WILLIAM C. LEA, President
TOM MITCHELL BUICK
GAVRON'S DEPARTMENT STORE
3662 Clairmont Road
CLOTHING 0 GIFTS o TOYS
LUCY'S FAMILY SHOE STORE INC.
Miss Lucy Nicholls - B,rookhaven Area
JARMAN SHOES FOR MEN
FOOT FLAIRS 0 QUEEN QUALITY
Home of "Little Yankee" Shoes for
Children-- Tap 59? Tennis
4067 Peachtree Rd., N. E. CE 7-7820
PIEDMONT at LINDBERG
FOSTER'S STEAK HOUSE
3207 MAPLE DRIVE, N. E.
GOOD LUCK, SENIORS!
NORTH FULTON BAND
BILL SEWELL TEXACO SERVICE
4089 Peachtree Rd., N.E. Atlanta 19, Ga.
Friendly, Dependable Service
Firestone Tires, Batteries 81. Accessories
BUCKHEAD GULF SERVICE
3145 PEACHTREE RD. CE 7-9788
3224 Peachtree Road, N. E.
HEATING o AIR CONDITIONING
Washington St. Viaduct
BERRY'S DRIVE-INN GROCERY
1027 W. MARIETTA ST., N. W.
5 L C A f
6105: fn- Wlrmf I1
1923 PEACHTREE ROAD, N. W.
AT COLLIER ROAD
1035 W. MARIETTA ST., N. W.
GREEN 84 PRESLEY SERVICE
SHELL SL FIRESTONE PRODUCTS
Service Is Our Business
E. B. Green 3637 Peachtree Road
J. c. Presley CE 3-9111
HAZAN'S ON PEACHTREE
Tailors o Cleaners o Launderers
1008 Peachtree St., N. E. TR 6-0616
Serving Atlanta Ofver .50 Years
GERAI.DINE'S GIFT SHOP I
1038 PEACHTREE ST., N. E.
BUCKHEAD BARBER SHOP
253 E. Paces Ferry Rd., N. E. CE 3-9144
Most Beautiful and Modern in Town
Quick.and Expert Service at All Times
C. A. ADAIR 8: CO.
JOHN Hooraw For
THE BEST LOOK ON
84 Broad St. JA 1-0924
Hichory H K l 1, A-Awbsvafiwj
4551 .RMWII .R..,s, ml IM
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DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO.
Mattresses and Box Springs
Upholstering and Carports
1916 Cheshire Bridge Road, N. E.
D. E. PINKARD
CLEANERS, LAUNDERERS, WASHETERIA
Pressing, Repairing, Dyeing
"Where the Charm of Nefwness is Restored"
Plant and Oflice CBuckheadj
3112 Peachtree Rd. Phone CE 3-2187
Qqmlv gn:-ina-Q Qhnnnino' Center BL 5-0130
TILMON FRANCIS AND SONS
HEATING - PLUMBING
3193 Roswell Road, N. E.
Serving the Northside ofver 37 Years
THE NORTH FULTON HIGH SCHOOL OFFICERS CLUB
An Organization Composed of R.O.T.C. Oflicers
from the 1st Regiment, North Fulton Battle Group
SERGEANT JONES . . . . Advisor
JACK STOW . . . . President
ALEC MORGAN . . . Vice President
RICHARD MEYER . . . . Treasurer
LARRY BENNER . . . . Secretary
CRAWFORD 84 PORTER
Members of the American Association
of Advertising Agencies
101 Marietta St. Bldg. Suite 616
Telephones JAckson 4-4367-8-9
COSZX -1- SINZX COS2Y : COSZY -1- SINZY COS2
2391 Peachtree Rd., N. E.
"Beautiful fi'ofwers" for any occaszon
First Period Trigonometry
J. 81 J. SHOES
3078 Roswell Rd., N. E.
117 Clairmont Ave.
2863 Lakewood Ave., S. W. '
2779 N. Main st. 4 STOYGS
Broadview Plaza Shopping Center
2581 Piedmont Rd., N. E.
CEdar 7-9170 CEdar 3-2544
Lubrication - Washing - Polishing - Wheel Balancing
Tires - Batteries - Accessories - Road Service
Operated by 3639 Peachtree
BEN L. SEALS at Roxboro Rd.
G. W. BENNETT Atlanta 5, Ga.
Hand Cleaning and Storage
Pick-up and Delivery Service
ME. 6-1681 2231 Cheshire Bridge Rd.
BEST W ISH ES
BUCKHEAD HARDWARE COMPANY
3059 Peachtree Rd., N. E. Atlanta, Ga.
R E XA L L
2405 Piedmont Rd. CE 7-4646
Nidhols Texaco Service Station
1958 Piedmont Circle, N. E.
fPiedmont at Expresswayj
HILL R. HUFFMAN, INC.
Manufacturers' Agents, Dealers
696 Antone Street, Northwest
ATLANTA 18, GEORGIA
But have you tried Compliment! Of
NORMAN'S T0m0'f0w'f CHICAGO SPECIALTY
BINS 81 EQUIPMENT CO.
1918 Buford Highway, N. E.
Burroughs Interior TR 2-3576
Steel Shelving Gymnasium Lockers
Records and Greeting Cards
1959 Howell Mill Rd., N. W.
2393 Peachtree Road
KINNEY'S SHOE STORE
3659 Roswell Rd., N. E. CE 3-2112
SUBURBAN LIVING INC.
3201 Maple Drive, N. E.
3051 Peachtree Road, N. E.
Sales, Instruction, Service
SELF-ADJUSTING PROJECTOR TABLES
MILLER MANUFACTURING CO.
3310 Roxboro Rd., N. E.
ATLANTA 5, GEORGIA
Congratulations to the
GARDEN HILLS RECORD SHOP
2831 Peachtree Rd., N. E.
"Open every night 'till 9 o'clock"
CE 3-9107 - CE 7-4352
PEACHTREE CREEK .SHELL SERVICE
2331 Peachtree Road, N. E.
HOLIDAY HOUSE INC.
3055 Peachtree Rd., N. E.
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Peachtree Road Presbyterian
.Bohn .l. Harte Company
POST OFFICE BOX 2192! ATLANTA 1,GEORGlA
We Wish you good fortune . . .
In the years to come.
FULTON COUNTY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
Georgiafv Oldest Federal
WHERE THOUSANDS SAVE MILLIONS
Buckhead Atlanta East Point
Paces Ferry SL Peachtree 11 Edgewood Ave., S. W. 106 Thompson Avenue
CE. 7-0346 JA. 4-2686 PO. 7-2618
STATEWIDE MORTGAGE COMPANY
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WM. T. MCCOLLISTER
GREER Z. ROBERTS M. A. CROSBY
Vice President-Treasurer Vice President-Secretary
E" . A X
133 Sycamore St., Decatur
FREEZ - ETTE DRIVE - IN RESTAURANT
4362 Roswell Road, N. E.
Near Wieuca Road
We specialize in
190 Char-burgers and
l9c Milk Shakes
Dining Room Service
"From a Snack to a Meal"
Compliments of Go 0.
3674 Roswell Rd., N. W.
Power Mower and Garden Shop
SEED - FERTILIZER - and
1867 Piedmont Rd., N. E.
ALL GARDEN SUPPLIES
4047 Peachtree Road
2129 N. Decatur Rd.
FRYE'S CAMERA STORES
1067 Peachtree Street, N. E. 171 Peachtree St" N' E'
TR 4-7620 Phone JA 5-4993
DALE'S CELLAR RESTAURANT
355 Peachtree, N. E.
Ke my fue t
test-drive the newest addition to
our family of fine cars . . .
Cpfcwa of 1953
Selected by Chrysler Corporation after exhaustive tests, this dis-
tinctively different import gives up to 40 miles per gallon . . .
with front-engine safety, easy parking, four-door convenience! Test-
drive it at your Chrysler appointed Simca dealer . . . where you're
sure of service, sure of satisfaction!
North Ave., between the Peachtrees
Dodge - Plymouth - Simca
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In - Baptist Church
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2715 Peachtree Road, N. E.
THE GRAPHIC ARTS INDUSTRY
OFFERS TREMENDOUS OPPORTUNITIES,
PARTICULARLY IF YOU USE
fully automatic platen and cylinder presses
KURT W. STEINMANN, Regional Manager
Heidelberg Southern Sales Co.
Houston, Texas - - Atlanta, Ga..
Liepmon Contracting Co.
For all types of grading and earth moving
5000 Wieuca Road
WIEUCA BARBER SHOP
4630 Wieuca Rd.
Open until 6:30 P.M.
Your business will be appreciated
C. R. CLARK CLEANERS
COI.I.EGIA'I'E PRESS, INC.
Printers and Publishers
1166 Euclid Ave., N. E. Atlanta, Ga.
Hendley s Drug Store JA I-1924
2280 Cheshire Bridge Road
Atlanta 5, Georgia Compliments
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '59
TAPPAN'S RECORD SHOP
Mion Construction Co.
ROY PRICE GULF SERVICE
Broadview Shopping Center
2599 Piedmont Rd., N. E.
CE 3-9203 Road Service
amp 'mem CLAIRMONT PHARMACY
3668 Clairmont Rd., Chamblee
Drugs Prescriptions Soda
Sandy Springs Shopping Center
PEACHTREE ROAD PHARMACY
4062 Peachtree Rd., Brookhaven
Norfh Fulton Appliance Service
. TV-Radio and Small Appliances E -
Ce 8 Repairs TV SERVICE CALLS s3.5o C 7 5751
H. A. CDanj Daniel 310 E. Paces Ferry Drive
Wm. E. QBillD Russell Atlanta, Georgia
BEST WISHES, CLASS OF '59
KISE 8. HOLLINGSWORTH
Man ufaeturers' Representatives
GARDEN l'lll.lS FOOD STORE
2823 Peachtree Rd.
F. W. WQOLWORTH AND CO.
370 Peachtree, N. E.
3319 Peachtree Rd., N. E.
Interiors - Fine Furniture
MABEL'S BEAUTY SALON
2419 Piedmont Rd., N. E.
TR 2-0066 TR 2-2769
R 0 X Y ' S
Atlanta? Leading Delicatessen
1011 Peachtree St., N. W.
Established since 1921
Jack D. Franco Atlanta, Ga.
Better Prescription Service
for the Family of
2791 Piedmont Road
Atlanta 5, Ga. Phone CE 7-2919
PACES FERRY TOWER
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SIGN O14' GOOD TASTE
HE ATLANTA COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
B. Burkett-diamonds are her best friends
E. De Gross-the English accent
E. Garland-ten o,clock scholar
A. Hutchinson-brains, boys, and birthdays
J. Johnson-Money girl-on Monday
T. Stubblefield-"mystery man"
J. Thruman-a sweet, new addition
P. Williams-a prize for the Hneatest purse
B. Bryce--our own Hshutterbug'
R. Autry-E-2's Silas Marner
L. Barrett-"little colonel"
B. Bean-our first string bean
M. Borland-a loyal WSB fan
L. Davidson-Michigan import
R. Denny-NF's "Mr. Esquire"
K. Dounis-a junior at heart!
M. Gryder--"pretty boyn
C. Holland-another "Dear Abbyi'
J. Hughes-Roger's best friend
P. Irwin-"magnificent obsessions
D. Langley-"hearts and flowers"
J. Maddox-Joe, Jr.-What's your gripe?
iM. Mayes-more than her share of brains
Melcher-Citadel-one int eres t in her life
Sheldon-our own Helen Hayes
Skipper-going South of the Border?
. Van Dyke-"I was a teenage cavemann
Wade-E-2,5 future Hprima donna"
Williams-Judy's best friend
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f homeroom cnngratulatz
tht other members uf tht
raduating Glass ut' 1959.
Phil Christian III
A T0 OBILE GLASS
656 Spring St.
Have Your Glass Replaced by
AUTO GLASS SPECIALISTS
A. W. EVES
Mary Anne Ames
Mary Jane Stevenson
Dee Dee Jacobs
DIXIE INDUSTRIES INC.
JERVIS B. WEBB COMPANY
Peachtree Road Methodist Church
DR. FRANK MOORHEAD
ALLAN - GRAYSON REALTY
40 S. Pryor st., S. W.
Lloyd Shell Service Center
Dependable Brake Service
Free Pick-Up and Delivery
4535 Roswell Rd. Atlanta 5, Ga.
CE 3-8628 of
Deffelback Chemical Co.
4099 Peachtree Rd.
.l 81 J SHOES
NORTHSIDE PHARMACY, INC.
"Marvin Roberts - Your Northside Druggistn
3465 Peachtree Rd., N. E. CE 3-4476 Atlanta, Ga.
Poll Parrott Shoes for Boys and Girls
3078 Roswell Rd., N. W .... Buckhead
DIXIE WHOLESALE CO.
The Wholesale Fancy Grocers of Atlanta
Compliments of Miss Moodie's
AN 8l'l'l GRADE MOTHER
FIRESTONE SOUTHERN STORES
TIRES - TUBES - AUTO SUPPLIES Compliments
3013 Peachtree Rd., N. E. of
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Our dedlcatlon to thls RSHSTHUOU
Of crazy, m1xed up beatniks
141-5 Barton, our teacher, a real 1nsp1rat1on,
Has put the class ln nervous frustratlnn
Bob McDowell How's the weather up there"
Ev rett Gannon T 11, Dark, handsone vlow
Dt Scholl Massage your bif toe and live
C rl Veibel The moat wildest drummer!"
Esther Varner 'Ilan 111fe I drive cars"
Carol Baker Baby doll with a bounce
Tom Cogburn Our candidate for A A
Pat Beatty 'Lives for the week end'
Gaxl McC1eskey 'Br1de in August
Rosey vlerth "A must in all banks
Dorothy Barton 'Tables made cheap
Courtney lain "That Gardol am11e'
Chrls Cuevas 'Go West, young ma
Mary Ruth Walters Our Queenieu
B111 Poole The non confoz-mst'
ba.:-ey Barnes Bllhards :rgv frame"
Alfred E Neuman What Ma Worry
Robert Suddath 'Miss Dew" easy
Richard Small "L1tt1e Hlchar "
Cathy Lynch Red he d Beware
Jakey Weichel 'Passed Trxg'
Frank f-Iackl btow "Romeo
John Truslow 'A Ten Shun
Buddy Wilkerson Ba Dop
Ed Cullum "King of Hearts"
Linda bchumscher "Yeah, man
Jayne Mansfield 47 20 40'
B 1-nie Jaokwak Crazy
Donna Jacobsen 'Mrs Hagpet
rah Pass "June bride"
Alec Morgan A W O L '
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Sue Goodloe "Bea.t'
HOT BAR-B-Q CHICKENS - RIBS
"The Home of Pizza Pie and Halauah"
Mary Lynn Herman
R. W. Holton
Clark Laundry-Dry Cleaning
Two Complete Plants
1107 Peachtree St., N. E.
3189 Maple Drive, N. E., Buckhead
5 CONVENIENT PICK-UP BRANCHES TO
896 Peachtree St., N.E.-TR. 5-2876
914 Piedmont Ave., N. E.-fTR. 4-7819
1572 Piedmont Ave., N. E.-TR. 5-1710
1987 Howell Mill Rd., N. W.-TR. 6-1771
Northwood Shopping Center--GL. 7-9037
good n fresh
Gordon's Magic-Pak Potato Chips are crisper, fYeSllf
with Magic-Pak plus double cellophone bog.
Lo k'ng to the future with our friends at
North Fulton High
One of Georgia's fastest growing young
3057 Peachtree Rd Atlanta Ga El ctronic manufacturers
Phone CE 3 ll3Z
BEALY SMITH AGENCY
Su1te 522 Fulton Federal
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Got ir hero-you'lI su the
difference In your homo for
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NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
Atlanta Ga. - TR. 6-7361
BRINGS YOU A STARTLING
NEW CONCEPT IN EATING
PLEASURE - WITH
2 Separate Grills . .
1. For Delightful Kosher Delicaczes
2. For Tasty Short Orders . . .
OUR MOTTO UCHIVALROUS
SERVICE 24 HOURS A DAY"
We Never Close!
So . . . IF YOU SUDDENLY
GET A CRAVING AT 3 A.M.,
OR ANY TIME DAY OR
ERNEST G. BEAUDRY
150 Carnegie Way, N. W.
360 Williams St., N. W.
On the Expressway
"Atlanta's Oldest Fora' Dealer"
143 Cone St., N.W. Atlanta
RICHARD P. FRASER
THE LINCOLN NATIONAL
919 W. Peachtree St., N. E.
Atlanta 9, Ga. TR. 5-7431
"Its Name Indicates Its Character"
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. PHILIP
extends sincere good wishes to the
NORTH FULTON GRADUATING CLASS OF 1959
and especially congratulates those of her communicants who are
Members of the Class of 1959
Brooks Burke Surgical Supply Co.
1135 Spring sr., N. W.
E. N. Q'BEIRNE CQ.
Loans and General Insurance
Phone BL. S-0476
Aetna Casualty Co.
Biuso's Italian Restaurant
"The Gem of Italian Food in the South"
Open 7 days a week-from ll 230 'til 5 A.M
Phone CE. 3-9280
2975 Peachtree Rd., Buckhead
Louie Vargas, Prop. Atlanta, Ga.
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Your Friendly Amoco Dealer
Peachtree 85 Piedmont Rd. CE 7-3602
Killingsworth Service Station
2830 Peachtree Road, N. E.
Atlanta, Ga. Tel. CE 3-9257
TIP TOP CLEANERS
Hand Cleaning Our Specialty
2797 Piedmont Rd., N. E.
Pick-Up and Delivery
713 W. Peachtree St .... TR 5-4541
. . . . . and good wishes for a successful
future. Hope some day youlll be the one
who decides to use our packaging
LABELS - CARTONS - SYSTEMS
MILLER 8. MILLER, INC.
Stone Mountain, Ga.
3178 Peachtree Rd., N. E.
Phone: CE 7-3653
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o ARCHITECTURAL BUILDING
o ACCOUNTING SL AUDIT REPORTS
OFFSET FROM PAPER MATS
o LETTERHEADS 65 ENVELOPES
o OFFSET PRINTING
o COMPLETE MAILING SERVICE
Pick-up and Delivery Serfvice
MRS. DAISY PEPPERS H. CAREY BARNES
LETTER SERVICE, INC.
77 WALTON ST., N. W. QNear Om Post Omcep
STREET FLOOR LOCATION
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HABERSHAM METAL PRODUCTS Co
ENGINEERED STEEL DOORS AND FRA E
3l66 MAPLE DRIVE, N. E.
ATLANTA 5, GEORGIA
eat Name in Clofhing
Suits the Soufh
Peachtree Street, N. E.
BR DFORD TIRE COMPA Y
269 Luckie sf., N. W.
Seiberling Tires C L BRADFORD
Mohawk Tires C E WILSON
Hawkinson Treads T D FLETCHER
When you shop . . . look for
Colonial Sfore's CS Rooster . .
It's a sure sign of savings.
col.oNlAl. STORES JACK D. MEZRAH
o Commercial Photography
, o Oil Portraits
. 0 Restorations
0 Custom Framing
RICARDO'S BEAUTY SALON
BRGADVIEW PLAZA 1843 Peachtree Rd., N. E. TR 4-7556
Ace Wafer Treating Chemicals
ATLANTIC CHEMICAL 81 EQUIPMENT CO.
874- ASHBY ST., N. W.
ATLANTA 18, GEORGIA
AND IN THE MOST DELIGHTFUL WAYS . . .
Just a glance at the beautiful formal old world gardens and the spec-
tacular architecture and you know right away that your stay at the
Atlanta Cabana will be like no other. Come see for yourself, and you
will agree there IS no other!
0 Ideal location-In the center of things and yet away from noise.
0 Luxurious accommodations-Foam mattresses . . . 2Vz inch thick
carpets . . . full wall mirrors . . . free TV
0 Free steam baths for men
0 Bride and Groom Suite-Perfect honeymoon quarters
0 Leb's Restaurant-Pleases the most discriminating gourmet
0 Lounge-Designed for sheer relaxation
FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE TRinity 5-5511
AT Downtown Peachtree at 7th
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S. S. KRESGE CO. esfirL'f-f'
At the Sign of
BROADVIEW PLAZA THE GLOBE
2835 Peachtree Rd.
Monogram Masters Inc.
Suburban Home of All the
D0'w"f0'w" Hfff 3230 Roswell Rd., N. W.
North Fu1ton's Rendezvous for Motion
Residential ana' Commercial Real Estate
Efhericlge and Vanneman Realtors
CE. 7-7527 JA. 3-8211
E. O. SAMS SERVICE STATION
855 West Peachtree Street
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E. O. SAMS Ph TR y 4 9145
FooTE an DAVIES, INC. f lf afmal.,Qfaw,,w7aM.ra70a,7fMm,ema
POST OFFICE BOX 13084 -ATLANTA 24, GEORGIA 764 MIAMI CIRCLE, N. E. 0 PHONE CEDAR 7-1611
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express their appreciation to the advertisers and especially to the
Wheel Club and all the other clubs and organizations for their
help in making our 1959 annual a success Hnancially.
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