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

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Jx ' Jc Cy - .-qjU !iiM IN M , CK -Aj3LTa_siJeCtA! ' k- Corrui (J cru. Juufe. 04 3 . J) ' . - y JLjf - - yy l ) O v ' -«»02-«_ d J-tcJ aL[ i air. r. ■Vv s s T HI- WAYS 1963 NORTH FULTON HIGH SCHOOL 2890 N. FULTON DRIVE ATLANTA. GEORGIA VOLUME XXXI A new year started, but old things remained — the same building, the same teachers, and many of the same faces mir Yet, somehow it was all different. Maybe it was the fresh paint on the walls, or the " O " period, or the madras shirts and weejuns — or maybe we were just different Our first game, our first victory — all of which has happened many times before. We listened, we learned, we did; but this is an ageless process We had moments of laughter, but there were also tears ; we experienced victory and defeat, happiness and depression, completion and chaos. These, however, are elements as old as man himself. Yet in some inexplicable way, we had done something new B 1 ' V.,. , .w H " fP«j 1 ' 1 ifmmmmmm a Hi Homecoming, hikes, hops we experienced it aU finding much as it has always been — much very different. Thus, the social calendar was repeated . . . but with uniqueness. 10 We came to school in the dreary rcdn, soggy and sneezing; we came under the spiteful sun, sweating and wilting. There were those days, too, when neither rain nor sun appeared . . but we always came 11 12 The shuffle of eighth-graders trying to get to their next classes on time — the far away look in a Senior ' s eyes — looking a little beyond the next class Surely all of this has happened many times before — but who can say 13 c FACULTY o SPORTS N MILITARY T ACTIVITIES E CLUBS N T CLASSES SENIORS ADS S 14 16 34 74 86 104 130 154 194 15 16 The highest function of the teacher consists not so much in imparting knoivledge as in stimulating the pupil in its love and pursuit. ANONYMOUS F A C U L T Y 17 North Fulton Pays Tribute to Mr. Vocalis Tradifionally North Fulton has dedicated its yearbooks to those teachers who have given fong and devoted years of service to both their work and their students. The 1963 Hi-Ways pays tribute to a person who has been with the faculty only a short time, yet he has shown the outstanding traits typical of those recipients of past dedica- tions and has combined with old traditions the new, fresh relations necessary to a busy school. Amidst questioning students, crucial col- lege board scores, ringing telephones, and scattered college applications, there is a calm and reassuring atmosphere about him. There is never a time when our everyday worrries, problems, and cares are too small for him to lend a helping hand. hHis honesty, friendship, and keen sense of humor are only a few of his qualities which endear him to us. in later life we shall remember him not only for helping us through crucial points in our high school careers, but also for being a constant source of counsel, a willing college recommender, and a friend. With deep respect and sincerity we gratefully dedicate the 1963 Hi-Ways to Mr. Theo Vocalis. 18 Mr. Vocalis enjoys a relaxing, but hurried, lunch hour with fellow teachers. Here Mr. Vocalis carefully explains the grading system of the college boards to his aides. Always ready to assist, Mr. Vocalis lends helping hand to Bill Selph with scheduling difficulty. 19 Administration Guides Keeping the many activities and functions of North Fulton running snnoothly is the enormous task of the Administration Department. Those functions directly affected by this branch are the counseling services, library maintenance, cafeteria pro- grams, and medical aid. Over the intercom, our two secretaries give daily reports of events happening throughout the week. Checking in students and reporting absentees and tardles are also two of their daily duties. Mr. Bryce advises clubs on their activities, makes sure that all programs concerning the school do not conflict, and formulates general plans for the yearly school projects. Mr. William Bryce -North Fulton High School Principal Mrs. Jenny Lee Brown Secretary Mrs. Anne Clark Secretary Mr. Theo Vocalis Univ. of Georgia, B.S., M.Ed. Counselor Mrs. Kathryn Mercer Univ. of Illinois, B.. . Emory Univ., M.Ed. Counselor Mrs. Barton checks with Mr. Bryce concerning an Mr. G. E. Raven Custodian Mrs. liealrice Smith Dietitian 20 Students ' Progress Miss Janie Norris Agnes Scott, B.A. Main Librarian Mrs. Winifred Swinford Georgia State College Annex Librarian Mrs. Loutltia H. Hinton Grady Memorial Nursing School School Nurse Juniors, as well as Seniors, find Mr. Voi tiln helpful in preparing for college or vocational work. important scheduling problem. Dr. John Letson Atlanta Public Schools Superintendent Mr. Warren T. Jackson Area 3 Superintendent V 21 Mrs. fFhite, new to North Fulton, advises Ronnie Bryson on the mistakes made on his English test. h Miss Ellen Hinton Wesleyan College, B.A. Emory L ' niv, M.A. English Miss Elizabeth Norman LaGrange College. B.A. Univ. of Georgia, M.A. English Miss Evelvn Mitchell Tift College, B.A. Univ. of Georgia, M.A. English Miss Kalhryne Connell Valdosta State College, B.A. English, Journalism Mr-. Ii.up. - laii-tl.l,| Lniv. of Georgia, B.. . English, Dramatics Mrs. Ann .Spires Stetson Univ., B.A. English English Develops Skill " Friends, Romans, countrymen — Please lend me your ears. " 22 Seniors crucify a scene from Shakespeare ' s The Tempest in Miss Plaster ' s second period accelerated English class. Mrs. Nancy Greene Emory Univ., B.A. English Mrs. Itnogene Walker Univ. of Georgia, B.S. English In Composition Developing students ' competence in read- ing, writing and speaking the English language is the goal of the English Department at North Fulton. In the eighth grade emphasis is placed particularly on composition and grammar. During the next four years, English poetry and literature are added to the curriculum. Although unknown to some students, jour- nalism and dramatics are also a great part of our English Department. Accelerated classes are offered to students who have shown special achievement and creativeness in English. These classes, which allow the student to broaden the scope of his English accomplishments, offer extra prepara- tion for college. Miss Emma I ' Li-ur Univ of Georgia, B.A., M.A. English, Chairman of English Mrs. Mildred White Piedmont Gjllege, B.. . English Jerrv Fra iri Louisiana Polytechnic Inst.. B.S. English 23 Reluctant girls probe the inner regions of a pickled pig in Miss If ' ebb ' s Human Biology class. Space Age Achievements Encourage With the dawn of tomorrow fac- ing the world today and with future scientists needing a stronger back- ground than ever before, North Fulton has enlarged and modernized its science department to meet this need. In the Chemistry Department, Chem Study, a new course involving more theory and lab work, has been introduced on an experimental basis. Physics is already on a new course called P.S.S.C. physics, also involving lab work with more theory. General Science and hiealth Sci- ence start students on the road to better scientific reasoning and pre- pare them for later advanced courses. Harry Taylor Georgia Tech, B.S. Emory Univ., M.A.T. Chemistry, Chairman of Science Thomas Rich Univ. of N. Carolina, B.A. Physics William Taft Sutton Piedmont College, B.A. General Biology " Willy " Washburn saves the day with another per- fectly completed experi- ment. Calvin Hartness Furman Univ., B.A. General Science Miss Emily Harvillc I niv. of Georgia, B.S. Furman I niv., M.. . General Biology Miss Lila Jack Webb Jacksonville .State College. B.S. Human Biology Michael Gutherie Univ. of Georgia, B.S. General Science Future Scientists Jack Sinclair explains a difficult light experiment to Mr. Rich. Formaldehyde gets the best of these industrious gi rls as they disect a worm in biology. 25 Language, Art, Music Deepen Student ' s Miss Margaret Williams University of Georgia, B.A. Latin Mrs. Lilia Springer New York University, B.S. Spanish " Culture courses " such as language, art, and music are some of the most popular at North Ful- ton. In the language department each course aims to teach the student to speak, read, and under- stand the language, while also learning of the people from whom the language comes. While Latin is first offered in the ninth grade, French and Spanish may be taken on a five year basis. A program of art and music is provided mainly on an elective basis. The Special Choir has enter- tained thousands of people, both in the United States and Europe. The Band has provided North Fulton not only with " spirit-raising " music at the pep rallies, but also many sparkling half-time shows at Grady Stadium. Our Art Department gives those students gifted with artistic talents a chance to represent their imaginations in paintings, sculpture, and other works. In the halls at certain holiday seasons works by these students may be seen on display. Plebians beg mercy from Susan Flaherty on annual Latin Slai ' e Day. Louis G. Heckle Presbyterian College, B.A. Spanish, French Miss Martha Morris Converse College, B.A. Spanish Abilities Miss Sara M. Ilarnll Wesleyan College, B.A. Columbia University, M.A. French " Thought we were going to Monroe for the Christmas parade, " question Billy Norman and Chip Dodson. Miss Barbara Martin Emory University, B.A. Spanish Cecil Cook LaGrange College, B.A. Art Frank Carter University of Georgia, B.S. Band Director Robert Lowrance, Jr. Davidson College, B.S. Emory University, M.S. Music Mr. Cook, art direc- tor, enjoys talking over the successful Christmas projects with Mary Vlass and Margaret Sommer- ville. Social Studies In Salesmanship class, Tom Wright tries to sell his product . . . Safety. Mrs. Dorothy Barton Judson Gjllege, B.S. Amer. Goverment, Economics Miss Adna Wade Univ. of Georgia, B.A., M.A. Amer. Government, Economics .Miss Mildred Mullins Birmingham Southern, B.A. Emory Univ., M.A. Citizenship Miss Johnnie Tippen Agnes Scott, B.A. Emory I ' niv., M.A. World History Charlie Maupin Univ. of Georgia, B.S. Peabody College, M.. . Citizenship Miss Margaret Acree Univ. of Georgia, B.A., M.A. . tlanta Law School, LL.B. Typing, Salesmanship In second period Economics. Mrs. Barton explains the " isms " to interested Seniors. Stresses Current Events As the world faces crisis after crisis in Cuba and Berlin, the Social Studies Department of North Fulton strives to emphasize the more important aspects of past history related to current events. By studying a country and learning its specific problems, each student can contribute to world peace. From the eighth to the twelfth grades, stu- dents are offered varied courses — ranging from Georgia HHistory to economics and gov- ernment. Today more than ever before history is in the making. The United States and Russian race for space has brought new interest for students taking social studies. Students have eagerly watched as the last seconds tick off until one of our astronauts streaks into the bright early morning sky on a history making record breaking flight. Miss Tippen supervises as Mary Ethel Collins tackles a difficult World History test. . -IK»Ji e5jS» ' Miss Frances Wootten f Weslejan College. B.S. M American History Chairman, Social Studies " No, Brison, the United States is over here! " 29 Miss Jane Finchum Florida State Univ., B.S. Basic Math, Arithmetic Miss Kay Armitage Agnes Scott College, B.A. Algebra, Geometry Mrs. Marie Loar William Jerrell College, B.A. Algebra, Geometry Mrs. Fran Sprague Univ. of Georgia, B.S. Algebra Math Promotes Logic and Sound Miss Elizabeth Senter Randolph-Macon, B.A. Emory Univ., M.A. Chairman oj Math North Fulton ' s Math Department stands firmly in the belief that science and business of today demand a stronger background in math than ever before. To meet this demand, programs in the accelerated classes have been stepped up one year. Therefore, students in these classes will be able to finish a full high school course in four years leaving one year for review or for further outside the normal high school curriculum. Also good students, not in the accelerated classes, have an opportunity to take five years of fully comprehensive math. This course has been improved to include some of the ad- vanced work consisting of arithmetic, two years of algebra, and one year each of geo- metry and trigonometry. Mrs. C.aslleberry helps interested stu- dents ivith challenging math problems. 30 Miss Libowsky does not look like she has had a very hard day, does she? Reasoning David " Peanut " Lennox is caught in the vice of another one of Miss Senter ' s trig dilemmas. Mrs. Claiic Ca tleberry Emory Univ., B.S. Algebra, Geometry Miss Elaine Libowsky Univ. of Georgia, B.S. Arithmetic, Geometry Terry Teague Oglethorpe Univ., B.A. Algebra, Basic Math 31 Vocational Courses Improve Talent Drivers ' Training not only teaches students how to drive carefully, but also explains the important parts of a car and their functions. Typing provides students with a skill that will boost grades both In high school and college, and for nnany will be a necessary factor in their lifetime careers. Wood Shop develops skill in handi- craft and provides a basis for later engineers and architects. Students J. B. . ' Vngelo Crowe Berry College. B.S. Driver Training, Mech. Drawing Joseph Chesna Univ. of Georgia, B.S. Chairman of Industrial Arts .Miss Jim Turner Univ. of Georgia, B.S. Columbia Univ. M.A. Chairman of Home Economics learn how to turn out successful pro- jects. The development of the human body in mind alone is not sufficient; the physical body must be in good condition for the mind to operate properly. North Fulton ' s Physical Edu- cation department meets this need. Home Economics teaches students useful arts such as sewing and cooking that they will need later in life. Mr. Chesna demonstrates practical uses of the Mrs. Annella Duflfes Univ. of Georgia, B.S. Home Economics, Arithmetic, Psychology Miss Vernon Newberry Western College, B.A. M.A. Typing, Shorthand Chairman of Commercial Dept. Miss Phipps ' daily gym classes are living examples that " a woman ' s work is never done. " table saw to an aspiring student, David Espy. b ' sV Miss Sara Jane Griffin Univ. of N. C, B.S. Physical Education Miss Carolyn Phipps East Tennessee State College, B.S. Physical Education Fred Fussell Univ. of N. C, B.A. Peabody College. M.A. Health, Physical Education Miss Newberry aids Sue Crowe in correcting mistakes made on one of the grueling time tests. " No, Linda, " screams Mr. Crowe, ' Youll never win the Atlanta 500 at this rate. " 33 1 . 1 Ik 34 Our greatest glory consists not in never falling, but in rising everytime we fall. GOLDSMITH s p o R T S 35 Varsity Football — Left to Right, First Row: Steve Landis, Carter Smith, John Davenport. Joe Keeney. Doug Shields, Jack Sinclair, John Renshaw, Bill Helms. Second Row: John Hayes, Johnny Mer- ritt, Hugh Schutte. Billy Attridge, George Stelling. Ed Henderson. Charles Greenfield, Doug Bell, George Dounis. Third Row: Bob Wheeler, Gary King, Reggie Jones, Warren Johnston, Mike Bush, Richard Austin, Don .Slate. Bubba Boyd. Bobby McDowell. Fourth Row: Bubba Wyche, Jack Byrd, Tim Woodall. Hill Champion, George Church. Bruce Baker, Robert Cagle, Terry Hultman, Ricky Decker. Filth Row: Coach Frasier, Coach Hartness, Coach Guthrie, Bill Washburn. Randy Jacobs. Bulldogs Take Opener From Southwest Our North Fulton Bulldogs opened the ' 62 season with a victory over Southwest, 7-0. In a bruising defensive battle, the Bulldogs held the speedy Wolves to eight yards rushing. The only touchdown was scored by Junior quarterback Bubba Wyche in the third quarter. The Bulldogs met the big Grady team, September 7, in a high-spirited contest. The first half was completely dominated by Grady as they took a 13-0 half-time lead. In the second half North Fulton could score only once before the game ended In a I 3-6 defeat. North Fulton took on Sylvan in another stubborn defensive battle. The game remained scoreless until late in the fourth period. After a beautiful catch by halfback Terry htultman on the Sylvan 15, Bubba Boyd kicked a field goal with I I seconds remaining to defeat the Bears 3-0. North Fulton clashed with Murphy, September 22, in a battle between powerful rivals. The breaks were with Murphy as they defeated Bulldogs 27-6, in a hard fought conflict which was much closer than the score reflects. rim Woodall crosses the poal mith a Biihha JFyche aerial. 36 Junior Bubba Wyche churns for crucial first down yardage during Brown game. Terry Hultman rips through Irish line for big gain. P% Quarterback Bubba Wyche rolls around end for long yardage behind the blocking of Mike Bush. 37 Rugged Defense Highlights NF Season Behind the passing of Bubba Wyche and the running of George Dounis and Steve Landis the Bulldogs easily out-classed Smith, 40-6. North Fulton ' s offense com- pletely dominated the game with over three hundred yards total offense. In their first game outside the city in several years, North Fulton tied Gaines- ville, 6-6. The Bulldogs completely domi- nated the first three quarters of play with Dounis going over for our only score early in the third period. The Red Elephants ' score came in the fourth period on a seventy-six yard drive. Back In town the Bulldogs mangled the Fighting Irish of O ' Keefe, 47-0. Both Tim Woodall and Terry Hultman tallied three times to lead the offense. Our fine defense, led by All-State tackle Doug Shields, held the Irish to only thirty-five yards rushing. Arch-rival Northside handed the Bull- dogs their third setback of the season, 6-0. Both defenses were superb causing several fumbles and interceptions on both sides. After recovering a Bulldog fumble on the seventeen, the Tigers were able to take it in from there to spoil our homecoming. Trailing 7-0 in the second quarter, Coach Calvin hiartness ' Bulldogs stormed back for a 33-13 victory over a tough West Fulton team. North Fulton closed the season on a winning note by upsetting Brown 12-0. After a scoreless first half Bill hlelms inter- cepted a stray aerial and roared down the sidelines for seventy-nine yards and a touchdown. The Bulldogs second score came on a seventy-four yard sustained drive, ending with hlultman taking in a Wyche pass for the score. Steve Landis sweeps left end during the hardfought Gainesville game. Tim Woodall and Terry Hultman com- bine to bring down a Smith back for no gain. Coaches Guthrie and Hartness talk over strategy during tense moments of the Murphy game. The Chinese Bandits — Left to Right, First Roiv: Sinclair, Davenport, Helms, Renshaw, Shields, Wheeler, McDowell, Second Row: Woodall, Wyche, Landis, Dounis. 39 North Fulton Upsets Brown in Season Final George Dounis rips through a Tiger defender on one of North Fulton ' s few long gains. 40 Doug Shields, one of the Bull- dogs ' fine interior lineman, uas named to both All-City and All- State teams. Terry Hultman and Joe Keeney lower the boom on a Sylvan back. Steve Landis beats Murphy end to side line for one of NF ' s jeiv long gains. 41 Bullpups Post 4- 1- 1 Season Record Coach Fussell ' s C-Team had another winning sea- son as they took four while losing only one and tying one. Alan Landis and Larry Alan, the captains of the team, were outstanding. Other standouts on the teann were Eddie Smith, Eddie Kalski, hloward hiayder, and Randy McCormick. The Bullpups rigid practices and good teamwork helped to maintain their usual out- standing record. Coach Fussell poses on the field with co-captains Larry Alan and Alan Landis. C-TE.4M FOOTBALL— Le lo Right, First Row: B. Moore, J. Garr, J. Crowe, B. Campbell, E. Smith. Third Row: M. Gordy, A. Black- B. Selph, A. Landis, L. Allen, E. Kalski, M. Cower, R. McCormick. shaw, H. Hayden, Coach Fussell, B. Donelson. W. Gulley, S Car- D. Gray, T. Kennedy, B. Carmiehael. Second Row: R. Lindsay, B. reker, R. McCawley, G. McGregor, R. Stowe R Tippen McFerrin, K. Muse, D. Gaskins, N. DeRosa, C. Gallin, R. Berkowitz, 42 B-TEA. I FOOTBALL— Le ( lo Righi, First Row: M. Huffmaster, E. Hunkin. R. Russell, D. Griffin. D. David, J. Kardos, L. Outz, B. Gilbert, H. Gregory-, L. Rayburn. Second Row: W. Head, J. Economy, M. McGregory, S. Groelzinger, J. Talerico, S. McKay, K. Melton. J. Lanier. B. Ervin. Third Row: P. Williams, P. Old. C. Gavant. Fourth Row: N. Blanos, P. Moore, R. Wainwright. J. tisfs Cook, C. Murdock. J. Poole, J. Mock, J. Hartwig, G. Moss, D. Stanton. Fifth Row: T. Brooks, D. McClure, T. Brown. F. Chap- man. G. Chapman. B. Webb. E. Drohan, B. Carney, R. Rhodes. Sixth Row: Coach Maupin. Rev. Scarborough, D. Bowden, R. Bryson. D. Garman. P. Garner. H. Vorus, J. Boze. L. Wagoner. Undefeated B-Team Wins Sub-Region Coach Maupin ' s B-Team Bullpups went through an undefeated season with a rugged schedule. The team, led by captains David Griffin and Richard Rus- sell, defeated all but one team, Murphy, which the Bullpups tied 7-7. Russell was considered by Coach Maupin as the outstanding player; however, many other fine players such as Sherwood McKay, Mike McGregor, Doug David, and David Griffin showed promise for the future Varsity team. Doug David evades a uould-be Therrell defender en route to Bullpup touchdown. 43 B and C Team Co-captains — Dede Goodwin, Dana Tomasulo, Irene Brown, Dana Brown. Cheerleaders jonii ring of spirit at Thcrrcll game. Cheerleaders Yell NF Teams to Victory After suffering cold hands and frozen feet throughout the football season our courageous Cheerleaders remained in tact to start chants and lead cheers at all the basketball games. Besides their regular duties, these girls decorated the team bus_ before each football game and made a paper bulldog for the football team to run through at the beginning of each game. With funds raised by selling " victory ribbons " and pom-poms, the Cheerleaders, advised this year by Miss Phipps, gave the team a steak dinner at Camellia Gardens before the Brown game. Also they were in charge of the spirit pigeons which were released at highlights of the foot- ball games. It ' s these extras contributed by the Cheerleaders that make them so valuable to North Fulton. C-TE. M CHEERLEADF.R.S— te r to Right. f r.f« Row: D. Goodwin. D. Tomasulo. Second Row: J. Northcutt, B. Hannah, B. Dean. Third Row: G. Chesney, C. Flynt, D. Aver) ' , B. Mock. 44 N. F. arsity Cheerleader Captain, Peggy Brad- ford, and Co-captain, Carolyn George. B-TEAM CHEERLEADERS— Le ? to Right, First Row: I. Brown. D. Brown. Second Roiv: M. Chesney, M. Forstall, L. A. Moore, P. Swilley. Third Row: M. J. xMaddox, M. Gillespie, N. Moore, M. S. Martin. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS— Le r to Right, First Row: P. Downs, L. White C. George. P. Bradford. L. L. Flynt, M. Vlass. Second Row: M. Love, J. Young. J. Fain. B. Orr, H. Woodward, S. Blass. 45 m. ;XI . 4 . AiuyfiA BAN ' D—LeA to Right. First Row: D. Lynch, L. Watkins, S. Wash- ington, W. Eidson. T. Sinclair, C. Jaep, S. B. Davis. Second Rotv: B. Hammond. D. Orr, G. Moss. B. Carraker, C. Dodson, B. Norman, B. Hodges, B. Veach. Third Row: T. Hackney, B. Brandt, J. Duck, S. Robison, M. Felder, D. Pettys, D, Orr, B. Andrus, B. Dean, C. Baker. Fourth Row: G. Jackson, N. Sterrertt, B. Gumming, D. Willey, G. Aewman. B. Bingham, B. Waller. M. McBrayer. G. Hibberl, D. Hammock, B. Scott, S. Bunzl. Fifth Row: S. Barfield, M. J. Fanning, C. Jones, S. Cobble, T. Hibbert, S. Barfield, A. D. Moss. D. Eisner, E. Selph, E. Weaver, B. Bowden. Sixth Row: S. Young. J. Johnson, R. Kluge, B. Hollyfield, E, Wilson, M. Montgomery, C. Hibert, M. Reeves, K. Carlson, S. Livingston. Mr. Carter directs band during re- hearsal before Saber Day Program. 46 M.-UORETTES— Le ( to Right: Diane Lynch, Toni Sinclair, Carolyn Jaep, Wendy Eidson, Sarah Beth Davis, Laura Watkins, Peggy Markert. Beat of Band Adds Spirit to School An important event in any ceremony from Hallo- ween parades to Saber Day programs is the appear- ance of the band. North Fulton ' s band this year gave many fine showings. They appeared at several football games and entertained the fans with their intriguing formations and performance of both new hits and old favorites and participated in the Halloween Parade at Lenox Square and the Monroe Christmas Parade. The band, led by Mr. Frank Carter, also paraded during our school ' s Military functions such as Saber Day, Sponsors ' Day, and Federal Inspection. A concert for the P. T. A. in February and their annua! Spring Concert in May were also given by the band. Working closely with the band were the Major- ettes. Led by head majorette, Wendy Eidson, they practiced every day during first period with the band. This year the Majorettes delighted the crowd by twirling burning batons during homecoming at the Northside game. Band members decorate their bus for the trip to Gainesville. Pepperettes Kick High for North Fulton Our Pe+tere+tes have not been slighted in the new things which have happened to North Fulton for they have acquired a new sponsor Miss Phipps, a new captain Margaret Sommer- ville, and new uniforms for warm weather. These girls, who practiced first period every day of the first semester and many days after school, were well deserving of the recognition they received throughout the year. They were asked to appear at the Southeastern Fair and performed their new " Mangoes " routine and the old favorite " Night Train. " They also appeared at the showing of the new cars at Tom Mitchell Buick. PEPPERETTES— Le ( to Right. First Row: Susan Flaherty, Leslie Tallaksen. Cheryl Dorsett, Debbie Kindred, Margaret Sonimerville, Judy Thomas, Barbara Mathis, Betty Bryce, Ki Moore. Second Row: Cathy Ellis, Sandra Kilgore. Louise Williams, Sally Alfriend, Laurie Ellis, Nancy Gamble, Geannie Schutte, Tina Poulos, Bebe .Alford, Silhouetted against the ebony sky, Pepperettes jlaivlessly perjorm their routine. Tamara Allen, Marsha Hawkins, Susan Hodges, Linda Harper, Janet Meinsen. Third Rotv: Jo -Anne King, Judy Brown, Silvia Carmichael, Sue Yeargan, Lyn Kilgo, Betty Mathis, Jane Simpso n, Suzanne Gravitt, Jane Skipper, Phyllis Gendel, Cindy Davis, Beverly Patterson. MtS. J J . ft - i_ . rVSt - CROSS COUNTRY TEAM— Le ( to Right, First Row: John Benson, Row: Alan Toney, Sandy Weilow, David Greaves, Ben Teasley, Ed Terry McDonald, Bonner Cohen, Johnny Jackson, Richie Barker, Hass, Carl Hibbert, Bill Byrd, Bobby Courier. Billy Bingham, George Meals, George Williams, Tom King. Second Sophomores Pace Cross Country Team Sophomore Sandy Wedow kicks out a turn in a dual meet over the Atlanta Water Works course. North Fulton ' s Cross Country Team under Coach Jerry Frasier placed fifth in city competition this year. Returning stars Ben Teasley, Sandy Wedow, Billy Bingham, and Carl Hlbert should Insure the team of one of the top spots in the state next year. One of our most underated sports, cross country requires the boys on the squad to run several miles a day to stay in condition for the meets. Ben Teasley and Billy Bingham match strides tvilh a Northside runner during a dual meet. Varsity Cagers Win Twenty-five Babba W ' yche and Joe Carroll break jor the basket as the liulldugs set ap a lip-off play against Therell. 50 A tense moment in the game . Helms aims for a decisive shot. Coach Fred Fussell ' s Varsity basketball team was the 1962- 63 Cinderella team in the region. With only three players returning from last year ' s varsity, the team developed into a powerful machine which surprised everyone by defeating the toughest competition in both regions. Most of the credit for the fine season must go to the " Iron Five, " starters Joe Carrol, Bill Helms, Bubba Wyche, Tim Woodall, and Bill Naylor. With good teamwork, hustle, and the city ' s number one defense, the cagers earned one of North Fulton ' s finest records and ended the season second In the region and fourth In the city. Joe Carroll shoots as Bulldogs shuffle. Starting lineup awaits tip-off time; Left to Right, Naylor, Wood- all. Wyche, Helms, and Carroll. 51 Up in the air. big Bulldop Rill A ' nr or hits for two as team- mates Biihba W ' yrhe and Buz Stone close in for a rebound. Lay-up artist Joe Carroll drives in for a two pointer after eluding three Lovett defenders. This year ' s varsity basketball team had a colorful season highlighted by a surprisingly good 25-5 won-lost record. Coach Fusseil ' s defense-conscious Bulldogs suffered only one loss, to Northside, in pre-season play and continued their good record by winning the Cross Keys Invitational Tournament. In the first part of the regular season the Buclchead Boys lost to a strong Murphy team. The second round saw them upset In a sur- prise finish by Bass, but the angry Fussellites came back to gain their revenge by defeating Murphy and ending the season second in the region. Throughout the year, high scorers were Bubba Wyche and Joe Carroll. Rebounds were controlled by Bill Naylor, Bill Helms, and Tim Woodall. After defeating Dykes and Sylvan in the city tournament, the Bulldogs lost to Brown and Murphy to end up fourth in the city. 52 Fussells Zeal Produces " Surprise Team " A quick time out allows Coach Fussell to install a new offensive play to crack Murphy ' s tight defense. the 1963 Basketball Team is— Left to Right; First Row: Steve Fox, Joe Carroll, Johnny Merritt, Bobby McDowell, Bubba Wyche. Second Row: Harold Sheppard, Bill Naylor, Ricky Decker. Tim Woodall, Bill Helms, Buz Stone, Chris Rankine, Coach Fussell. Oblivious to the roar from the stands a Bulldog swishes his foul shot as teammates Bill Naylor and Tim Woodall look on. Carroll and Wyche Bill Helms and Tim Woodall turn for the basket as Bubba Wyche fires a twenty-footer in the Bulldogs ' easy victory over the Lovett Lions. A clenched hand, a breathless moment, a shout of approval . . . Bob Wheeler wit- nesses a perfect play. 54 Air-borne Bulldog Joe Carroll fires over the head of a determined Northside Tiger defender. Pace Scoring NF 65 Roewell 23 NF 49 Lovett 24 NF 50 Brown 48 NF 38 Northside 44 NF 58 West Fulton 38 NF 58 Therell 35 NF 39 O ' Keefe 31 NF 63 Dykes 57 NF 45 Lovett 40 NF 45 Druid Hills 44 NF 58 Briarcliff 42 NF 59 Crosskeys 54 NF 53 Roosevelt 36 NF 62 East Atlanta 23 NF 59 Bass 35 NF 49 Murphy 55 NF 64 Smith 33 NF 65 Fulton 47 NF 69 Grady 37 NF 63 Roosevelt 26 NF 73 East Atlanta 33 NF 38 Bass 40 NF 47 Murphy 46 NF 62 Smith 25 NF 52 Fulton 40 NF 78 Grady 50 NF 64 Dvkes 30 NF 61 Sylvan 30 NF 29 Brown 42 NF 44 Murphy 63 Crosskeys Invitational Tournament Bullpups Getting ready for a tough game, the Bullpups take their warm up tosses. Jerry Frasier, C-team coach, and Calvin Hartness, B-team coach, get ready for an afternoon of basketball tactics. B-team stalwarts. Dana Jackel and Weaker Chandler go up for a rebound. 56 Dominate Region Play Hoping to fill the varsity squad ' s shoes in 1964, the B-team Bullpups completed a record of 9 wins and 7 losses. Under the guidance of coach Calvin hiartness, the B-teamers greatly in- creased their prowess in ball handling and shooting in prepara- tion for becoming varsity players. The squad was led this year by fine all-round players Walter Chandler and Dana Jackel; Jackel ran the offensive plays while Chandler took care of the rebounding. Their ability teamed with the accurate outside shooting of Sherwood McKay, and the fierce defensive playing of Britt Dean made the team both respected and feared by all Its foes. Coach Jerry Frasler ' s C-team Bullpups led the region play all the way and closed out their season with a much-deserved city championship. The fired up baby Bulldogs captured 18 wins with only 2 losses, and impressed observers with their potential to form fine teams in the years to come. The first string eighth graders who outplayed all their opponents were Eddie Kalski, Larry Allen, Ashley Wills, Victor hiendrlckson, and Robert Russel. B-TE.WI B.4SKETB. LL TEAM — Left to Right, First Row: G. Chapman, Doug Orr, D. Wilbanks, Don Orr, R. James, R. Wain- wright. Second Ron D. Griffin, H. Hurt. P. Brown, W. Chandler, B. Dean, D. Jackel, 57 Rah! Rah! Rah! rin s through the North Fulton gym as the girls cheer about their crushing of arch rival North- side, 46 to 36. Hot shooting Ethel Robertson drives past an opponent for another two pointer to further up the score in the Bulldogs ' record breaking game against Lovett. Susan McDonald demonstrates her accurate outside shooting which teamed uith Ethel Robertson ' s lay- up ability to overpower region foes. Robertson and McDonald Spark Girls Girls ' basketball has grown more popular each year at North Fulton and this year was no exception. Playing before each boys ' ganne, Coach Maupin ' s girls won many new fans with their thrilling tactics. Led by seniors, Ethel Robertson and Susan McDonald, the team earned sixteen victories in twenty-six attempts. Deadly offensive maneuv- ers by Ethel Robertson, Susan McDonald, Cecile Vance and Shelley Malone combined with the tight defense of Susie Eidson, Cynthia Loomis, and Brenda Smith to lead the team to new scoring highs. Both individual and team scoring records were smashed as the girls piled up seventy points against Smith, with transfer student Ethel Robertson accounting for forty-five of the total. Dreading the suish of the net. Broun Rebels anxiously await the outcome while North Fulton ' s Susan McDon- ald lays one in. The 1963 Girls ' Basketball Team is— Left to Right, First Row: Jo Maupin, Janice Grant, Nancy Nutting, Susan McDonald, Cj-nthia Arnold, Dean Devereaux, Shelley Malone. Ethel Robertson, Brenda Loomis, Debbie Wilson, Sandra Aptaker, Sherry Robinson, and Smith, Cecile Vance, Cecilia Ford, Susie Eidson. Second Row: Coach Julia Arnold. 59 " Headless " Jim Windham struggles to pin George Stelling in practice session. George Stelling and Jim Windham struggle for an advantage during an exhibition match. City champion George Stelling applies a half- nelson to opponent dur- ing city championships. Bulldog Grapplers Overcome Opponents From December through February, savage cries such as " kill him, " " get mean, " or " pin him right there " could be heard from the auditorium in the afternoons. These sounds were not originated by an uncivilized barbaric tribe, but rather by as barbaric a bunch of wrestlers who ever formed a team. Captained by ferocious George Stelling and coached by Mickey Guthrie, the Bulldog grapplers per- formed heroically in a tough league. Although the team lost three of five dual meets, a trio of Seniors, George Stelling, George [the Greek) Dounis, and Jim Windham finished the regular season undefeated. Stelling and Jack Sinclair, a junior, went on to capture first places in the city tournament. While handicapped by key injuries, the squad prepared excellent material for next year ' s team in juniors Jack Sinclair, Chuck Bussey, Mark Eden, and Richard Austin. Jack Sinclair llips d ' orf e Dounis iliiriiii; a practice WRESTLING TEAM— Left to Right. First Row: R. Jacobs, T. Bar- Row: B. White, J. Windham. M. Huffmaster, G. Stelling. .1. Sinclair, nett, C. Bussey, M. Eden, B. Brandt, J. Vansant, G. Dounis. Second K. Melton, C. Rapp. B ' ' ' I V MiMUHl 61 Racing for the lead in the 120 yard high hurdles. North Fulton ' s one-two punch, Steve Landis and George Williams clear their first barrier. With a spin and a mighty heave, John Renshaw tosses the discus over 135 feet while Bill Whittington awaits his turn to throiv. Coach Jerry Frasler ' s cinder- men should boast a fine record this season despite many losses from graduation. The Bulldogs came in second in the city last year behind a strong talent- laden Southwest team. With only five seniors return- ing to the squad this year, many sophomores and juniors will be counted on heavily. Last year, besides the regular season meets, the Bulldogs went to the Montgomery, Piedmont and Birmingham relays. 62 Untiring Sandy Wedotv sets a fast pace for fellow milers. Bill Bingham and Ben Teasley. Hurdlers and Throwers Top Track Stars The 1963 Varsity Track Team: Left to Right, First Row: S. Landis, A. Tony, B. Bingham, R. Barker, S. Wedow, G. WiUiams, C. Rand, D. Lennox. B. Teasley. Second Row: R. Johnson, J. Hartwig. J. Renshaw, B. Tiittington. M. Rogers, G Hibbert. Third Row: P. Gowdy, L Benson. T. King, J. Ogden, G. Dounis, B. Hebns, J. Sinclair, B. B Td, G. Meals, R. Springer. 63 JFiih a final spurt Tom King hands off the baton to fast accelerating George Williams as the Senior duo sharpen their ex- changes in prac- tice. With a tendon-tearing push. North Fulton ' s David Lennox heaves the shotput over 45 jeet during an early season practice. Pushing up and over 10 feet 6 inches, pole vaulter Charles Rand continues to improve his style in an effort to equal North Fulton ' s 12 feet 5 inch record. B-Team Track Is — Left to Right, First Row: Gary Goetlieb, David Greeves. Bob Carney, Bobby Courier, Rip Rhodes, Phil Williams, Gary Mehr. Second Row: Donald Cokman, Barry Hodges, Terry McDonald, David McClure, Cantey Knight, Keller Melton. Third Row: Randy Boyd, Charles Murdock. Cindermen Expect Great Season This year the Bulldog Cindermen have the potential to upset perennial powerhouse Southwest and grab their second city title — in four years. Steve Landis and George Williams should be able to take any city league hurdlers. Underclassmen Sandy We- dow, Ben Teasley, and Billy Bingham are among the best distance men in the city. John Renshaw, David Lennox, and Bill Helms should make a clean sweep of the shot-putting honors, and Bill Whittington and Renshaw can match tosses with all comers in the discus. Many trackmen have been working since last August to prepare for Spring competition. Mainly through Coach Frasier ' s efforts the team has received sharp new uniforms and will attend several out-of-state relays. Ac- cording to a pre-season vote of city track coaches North Fulton will have the city championship as well as the best uniforms. CTeam Track is — Left to Right. First Row: Ralph Berkowitz, Allan Landis, Vic Hendrick- son, Bobbv Hearn, Bobbv Carmichael, Mark Weber, Philip Winston. Second Row: Eddie Kalski, Chip Bryant. Bill Smith. Bill Moore. Ricky Blass, Phil Hardy, Jeff Dumas, John Gaar. Third Row: Randy Stow. Russell McCauley. Britt Dean, Ashley Wills, Harry Satter- white. Fourth Row: Eddie Smith, Joe Lawson. Conner Davis, Jay Eidson, Kenny Childers, Steve Rawson. Bill Scott. Filth Row: Bryan Camming, Robert Russel, Danny Gaskins, Douglas Haydn, Tim Hackney. 65 The track squad confidently prepares to board a bus jor Montgomery, Alabama, where they gained high ranking for their performances in the Coliseum Relays. Frasier Arranges Out-of-State Relays Star sprinters John Ogden and Steve Landis explode out of the blocks at the start of a sub-sixty-second 440-yard dash. High-flying Babs Tourfee demonstrates a gainer following an agile spring from the diving-board. Bulldog Tankmen Display Good Style The 1963 swimming team had a successful turn- out, but their record was not comparable to previous years. While not winning many meets the team proved itself by showing sportsman- ship and excellent style in every encounter. Coach Mickey Gutnrie explains the finer points of a racing-dive to champion swimmer Susan Shires. SWIMMING TEAM— Z.e « to Right, First Row: C. Moran, B. Car- reker. Second Row: M. Ritter, E. Spence, M. J. Plaster, C. Skene, D. Wilson, S. Shires, B. Tourjee, M. Skene, P. Montague. Third Row: B. Gray, M. Hinsch, R. Thiebaut. 67 TENNIS [i: M-Left to right. First Row: S. Carmichael. M. E. Collins, C. Vance, J. Hunt. Second Row: E. Robertson, S. McDonald, S. Schrader, S. Malone. Third Row: S. Moreland, R. Kluge, S. Tolleson, B. Carreker, J. Bums, E. TiUis. JTith a sharp blow and shower of sand. Jack Brockway blasts out of a bunker and onto the eighteenth green at North Fulton Golf Course. Sounds of Spring- Each spring the minor sports program at North Fulton is highlighted by the Golf and Tennis teams. The groups are being coached this year by Charlie Maupin, an old pro at both sports. Under Maupin ' s guidance, the tennis squad has every year developed into a top contender for the city title and 1963 should be no exception. Returning Golf aces Duke Truby and Jack Cannes will represent North Fulton in good style on the links this spring. These veterans teamed with promising novices should pro- duce a hard-to-beat golf team. Learning neiv techniques of vollying, Edwin Tillis, Ethi ' l RoliiTtson. Susan McDonald, and Jimmy Hunt enjoy a speedy game of tennis. The 1963 team began practice for meets in March. The 1963 Golf team is — Left to Right: Jim Windham, Rick Morris, Al Clem- ents, Jack Brockway, Jimmy Vansant. Whap! Thud! Fore! Hard-hitting Jack Carnes sivings his driver in good form. ' Easy now, " thinks golfer Al Clements as he putts a straight course to the flagpole while Jim Vansant looks on. 69 1963 Varsity Baseball Returnees are: Left to Right, First Row: Tim Woodall, Coach Micliey Guthrie. Bubba Wyche. Second Row: Bobby McDowell, Bill Naylor. Joe Carroll. Third Row: Bubba Boyd, Doug Shields, Bob Wheeler. The young and inexperienced Varsity Baseball team under Coach Calvin Hartness tallied a fine 13-5 won-lost record in the 1962 season. The Bulldog team was composed mostly of promising sophomores and juniors who carried the load of the team by their fine overall performances in batting and fielding. After dropping the first game to Roosevelt, the Buckhead boys came back to defeat Fulton, Bass, and East Atlanta. The highlight of the team ' s season was the game with arch- rival Murphy. North Fulton surprised the mighty Eagles with the fine pitching of Eddie Dunn and overall explosive hitting of the team as they stunned Murphy 8-5. The growing pains of the inexperienced Bulldogs cost them two out of the last ten games. However, they came back with excellent play in the city tournament and ended the season second in their region and third in the city. 70 Rigid, tense, and ready, slugging outfielder Doug Shields awaits the oncoming ball. 19 6x Ballclub Is Third in City Play j -i - -p pp I • ' ' • North Fulton ' s air tight infield gels set for a quick defensive play if the West Fulton batter hits Bruce Baker ' s fast ball. Charles Greenfield ' s powerjul suing just misses the passing ball. Bulldog Nine Launches Season with Sideline players nervously await the oiileome of a pitch which could mean the turning point of a close game. The strong-armed pitching of Greenfield, Boyd, and Baker should hurl the Bulldogs past many sub-region foes. Veteran Club Our 1963 Varsi+y Baseball Team, under new coach Mickey Guthrie, is very promising. Returning players from last year ' s team have experience which will be very beneficial. The pitching staff will consist of veterans Charles Greenfield, Bubba Boyd, and Bruce Baker; and the infield, consisting of Bob Wheeler, Bill Naylor, Bubba Wyche, and Joe Carroll, is identical to last year ' s except for the loss of third baseman Ray Fisher. Outfield starters are Doug Shields, Bobby McDowell, and Tim Woodall. Powerful in the hitting department, the Bulldogs will depend on sluggers Wheeler, Naylor, Shields, Woodall, and McDowell. Excellent pitching, an airtight infield, and a speedy outfield should make the Buckhead Boys dangerous defensively as well as offensively. " Strike . . . three . . . You ' re out! talented backstop Bob Wheeler handles battery mate Charlie Greenfield. m calls the umpire as an accurate throw from 73 74 Man is a military animal, glories in gunpowder, and loves parades. M I L I T A R Y 75 bure-Jootcd color guardsmen lead " t Company through a pass-in-review. First in the hearts of his cadets. Battalion Commander Charlie Driskell and his sponsor Miss Jo Ann King. Expert Advisors Master Sergeant Floyd J. Young directs North Fulton ' s 196 ' i Rcst-ne Officers Training Corps program. ma Headed by skilled infantry sergeants, the North Fulton Military Department has pre- sented the school with a highly polished and efficient battalion. Cadet officers, working in close cooperation with army advisors, trained the cadets in all phases of military life. After this year of R.O.T.C. each cadet emerged with training in disci- pline, drill weapons, and leadership. Staff officers nhsrnc thr bitttalion passing in rciiru bcjorc stiulcnt body during Saber Day parade. Develop Highly Trained Battalion Company officers salute the staff during daily officers ' call as the battalion remains at ease in the background. 77 First Platoon of " ,4 " Company is commanded by Cadet First Lt. Floyd Rogers. U A 55 A " Company Ranks Best in Battalion IHk T ▼ ' ■ ' " t P Le f to Right — Cadet Lt. Ronny Hieber; Sponsor: Miss Ellen Rogers. Sponsor: Miss Suzy Sharkey; Cadet Lt. Floyd Rogers. Company Commander Cadet Captain Steve Ponre and sponsor Judy Brown. tl trndtm As student body looks on. Cadet Lt. Colonel Charles Driskell receives a saber and a kiss from his mother. Left to Right — Cadet Captain George Murray; Sponsor: Miss Ann Vorus. Sponsor: Miss Kathy Leonard; Cadet Captain Donald Morel. Sponsor: Elizabeth Stanficld; Cadet Captain Bob Adams. Second Platoon of " A " Company is led by Cadet First Lt. Ronny Hieber. 79 Cadet Officers Steve Ciirirh. Steie Poore, and Dick Akin go over next iveeks training schedule in the Military office. Left to Right — Sponsor: Miss Suzanne Barnes; Company Com- mander Captain Joe E. Keeney. Cadet Captain Tom L. Halfen; Sponsor: Miss Sandra Jansen. u-n-j B " Company Receives First Platoon of " B " Company is led by Cadet Lt. David W . Morrison. ,,?fffg 80 Cadet Lt. Hugh A. Schutle commamls Second Plaioon oj " B " Company. Highest Honors In Drill Competition Left to Right — Cadet Lt. David W. Morrison; Sponsor: Miss Janie DeGuenther. Sponsor: Miss Nancy Hammond; Cadet Lt. Hugh A. Schutte. Captain Young steadies the colors as Mr. Bryce fastens the Honor Rating streamer during the Saber Day Ceremony. t. - JlSOLiiL. Ciidcl I.t. Robert H. Sluss ruintnaiuh First I ' luludti nj " C " " C.mn jinny. J H H BM I P 9 S Left to Right: Sponsor: Miss Susan Young; )mpany Com- mander, Cadet Captain Allan S. Cucich. Company Executive Officer, Cadet Lt. Warner W. Hitchcock; Sponsor: Regina Crawford. Expert Riflemen Win Distinction Left tn Hi:. ' :- I lilri li. IJnI.ln lii -; SpoTf or: Mlss Jii ' li l-.hs:irds. Cadet Lt. Carter .Smith; Spnnsor: Miss Patty Downs. Sponsor: Miss Sherry Robinson ; Cadet Capt. Charles L. Willcox. 82 North Ful+on ' s 1962-63 Rifle Team is dependent on last year ' s veterans to bring the group to another high ranking in the city competi- tion. Firing latest model .22 caliber target rifles, the group is again look- ing forward to competition in the annual Third Army Matches. Several of our team fired extremely well in the competition last year. The team is also eligible again this year to fire in the Southeastern Area Matches held at McDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida. With last year ' s re- turning high firers and the skillful coaching of Staff Sergeant T. T. Milam, our marksmen anticipate a championship season. NORTH FULTON RIFLE TEAM— Left to Right. First Rotv: G. Harper, J. McDonald, J. Morgan, J. McClelland. Second Row: B. Grubbs, T. I Ibricht, M. Selph, J. Burns. Third Row: R. Johnson, C. Driskell, G. Murray. Taking dead aim. Major Richard C. Johnson, demonstrates the top form which made him the Rifle Team ' s top firer this year. Second Platoon of " C " Company led by Cadet Lt. Carter T. Smith. ■ ' - ' ■ -■-■■ -- ■ - Second year Cadets triumphantly yell " Hurray for Tommy T " as they carry Staff Sergeant Thomas T. Milam off the court following the faculty-varsity basketball game. Lilt to I i, lil Uallaluiii Ailjul.1111 Kiiluinl t.. J.iliiiMiii; Sponsor: Miss Wendy Eidson. Sponsor: Miss Judy Lindsay; Cadet Major Joseph E. Carroll. Drill Platoon Leader Cadet Captain Richard Akin and sponsor Claudia Sommerfield. 84 Drill Platoon is commandi I h) Cmlri ( ' uptnin Rii Imnl Akin. Crack Drill Team Raises Prestige North Fulton ' s Drill Platoon is composed of the honor cadets with the best marching ability. Com- manded this year by Cadet Captain Richard Akin, who has been a drill team regular for two years, the team will represent our school in competitions with other city schools. The team looks especially sharp this year in their new equipment and expects to march themselves Into many championships. The platoon, dressed In fatigues and paratrooper boots, directs traffic at school functions such as college night. Members of the Drill Platoon polish up their uniforms in preparation for drill competition. 85 JJ None so little enjoy themselves, and are such burdens to themselves, as those ivho have nothing to do . . . Only the active have the true relish of life. UNKNOWN A C T I V I T I E S 87 STUDENT COUNCIL— Le to Right, First Row: 1. W ooclall, J. Johnson, J. Pershing, N. Hammond. Second Row: B. Moore, C. Grubbs, P. Swilley, S. Barnes. M. Newkirk, M. Love, S. Yeargan, M. Edland, S. Turner, S. Lynch. Third Roiv: P. Skipper, B. Smith, L. Moore, S. Swain, C. Johnson, B. Wheeler, H. Barrett, C. Driskell, J. Grant, J. Schure. Fourth Row: S. Cobble, B. Lindsay, R. Russell, T. Morgan, C. Ellis, S. Alfriend, D. Hammond. H. Anderson, G. Stelling, C. Greenfield, J. Fain. Fifth Rows S. Eidson, B. Hull, E. Levine, M. Sommerville, L. Webb. S. McDonald, J. Sinclair, B. Stone, D. David. Sixth Row: R. Parker. E. Robertson, F. Chapman, W. Johnston, L. Wagner, H. Champion, S. Landis, L. Scarborough, L. Benson. Student Government Unifies School Special committee discusses possibilities for student honor code. STUDENT CABINET— Le e to Right. First Row: Jan Allen, Caryl Johnson, Marilyn Edliind, Nancy Hammond. Second Row: Lynn Scarborough, Judy Johnson, Bob Wheeler. Third Row: Warren John- ston, Tim Woodall, Steve Landis. Unification of the student body is achieved in Student Council. Comprised of one representative from each underclassman homeroom and two members from each Senior homeroom, the council gives practical experience in democracy. Projects form a large part of the council ' s agenda. Among the most important are the faculty tea, student elections, and homecoming ceremonies. Each year the council selects special projects designed to improve the school. This year the council introduced an honor code approved by a referendum of the student body. Composed of the elected officers of the school and the candidates who ran for these offices is the Student Cabinet. In addition to being an honorary organization, the cabinet suggests new programs for the consideration of the council. Judy Johnson and Bill Hutchinson enjoy a refreshing break in the midst of one of the excitement-ridden campaign parries. Judy Johnson gasps with joy as she is announced Vice-President of Student Body. 89 1963 Senior Cabinet Chooses Invitations Composed of representatives from each Senior homeroom, the Senior Cabinet directs the various activities of the Senior class. One of Its more Important jobs was the handling of Invitations for this year ' s graduating class. This group Is guided by Miss Plaster. John Renshatv and Mr. Bryce approvingly look over the new invitations, which were selected by the invitation committee. SENIOR C BINET— Le ( to Right, First Roiv: J. DeGuen- ther, J. Renshaw. J. Allen. Second Row: A. Home, A. Riley, L. Schwefel, D. Brooks, P. Bradford, B. Morden. B. Outz. Third Row: L. Hitchcock, S. A. Washington, J. Windham, J. Edwards. A. Wurreschke. R. Drohan, J. Wainwright, V. Schall. Fourth Row: S. Sharkey, D. Webster, B. Morgan, J. Hamburger, B. Burrh, B. Smith, T. Blackman, D. Hayes. Fifth Row: M. Walton, T. Day, P. Haffen, H. Sheppard, C. Rankin. L. Benson. 90 BUSINESS STAFF— Le r to Right: Mike Jones, Jo Anne King, March Newkirk, Wayman Bishop, Suzanne Gravitt, Judy Lindsay. Industrious Ad Staff Meets Quota Tired feet from trudging throughout the city and bruised noses from slammed doors are casualties the Business Staff must endure. Miss Kay Armitage is the woman behind the scene. She encourages her staff in selling the many ads and annuals that are needed to meet the quotas. The conscientious efforts of each member make possible the publication of this, the 1963 Hi-Ways. Absorbed in their work, the Business Staff strives hard towards financ- ing the ' 63 Hi-Ways. 91 Miss Armitage reviews " tactful techniques " for selling ads with her staff. ANNUAL STAFF— le f to Right. First Row: R. Bunzl, E. Rogers, B. Burch. J. Gillespie, S. Flaherty, S. Malone, D. Ferguson. Second Row: N. Thomas, N. Hammond, L. Williams, L. Moe, S. Barnes. S. Jansen, J. Kohn, L. Scarborough, B. Outz, C. George. Third Row: R. Jacobs. D. Lennox. S. Moreland. T. Woodall, D. Berry, J. Jackson, J. Windham, R. Tallini, G. Stelling. Hi-Ways Becomes Reality Through A day — the last day — the last day to finish the book. A low rumble from frustrated people is heard from the direction of the annual room, as the book goes to press. Each face wears a look of dazed consternation. Pictures suddenly disappear and words cannot be found to des- cribe the Annex library aides, as lay-outs are completed and once-future pages become reali- ties. Finally, it is finished, but there will be another year — another year filled with short tempers, un- printable captions, and corny jokes, just as this year — and another book. Editor Sandra Jansen makes suggestions for the senior section. 92 Ellen and Sandra plan pictures for opening pages. Hard Work And Long Hours Stafj members, somewhat frantic to meet the next deadline, grapple through new crop of pictures. 93 Unlike past Scribbler editors, Alex Harder, was able to walk away from the scene after the jump from Collegiate Press. Staff gathers ' round Miss Connell to discuss a problem on layout for the coming Scribbler. Wonder how this backwards type turn s out to be the finished print tve read? 94 SCRIBBLER STAFF— Le to Right, First Row: S. Eidson, S. J. McRae, G. Meals, I). Spencer, A. Hurder, 1. illatkburn, H. Schutte, E. Henderson. Second Row: S. Cucich, C. Barnett. Journalists Achieve High Performance Using the talents of North Fulton ' s future journalists, our school newspaper, The Sribbler, ranks among the top high school newspapers in Georgia. In addition to the latest school activities and sport news the Scribbler devotes a page to edi- torials on various subjects of interest to everyone. Such nriuch-debated questions as, " Should girls wear culottes to school? " are given their proper space on the editorial page. The driving force behind the Scribbler this year is Editor Alex Hurder, who is receiving first hand experience as a newspaperman. Miss Connell, the faculty advisor, guides the hard- working students who publish our superior news- paper. Scribbler staff reads miles and miles of galley proofs. 95 RED CROSS REPRESENTATIVES— Lc r to Right, First Row: S. Robinson, S. Trout, T. Pasr.il. E. Elrod, C. Collins, G. Northcutt, S. Cruch, J. Wright, H. Sliiffnian, E. Heam, M. E. White, A. Moss, Second Row: W. Eidson, J. Alexander, M. Edlund, D. Rankine, M. L. Respess, B. Blackwell. C. Rodgers, J. Wainwright, S. Rickett, K. Strain, M. Meals. Tlnrd Row: T. Sinclair, C. Craven, B. Wheeler, L. Jolly, K. Tippen, D. Devereaux, S. Boley, S. Davis, B. Carney. Fourth Roiv: S. Fox, H. Moorehead, B. Wyche, M. Hinsch, L. Schu- bert, G. Chapman. L. McLaughlin. Annual and Scribbler Representatives RED CROSS REPRESENTATIVES Wonder what all the buttons are for that the students are wearing? The Red Cross representatives are on an all-out campaign to encourage Red Cross membership, and by joining, a Red Cross button is obtained. Their other main project is to collect toys for underprivileged children at Christmas time. This year the group is fortunate to have a new and enthusiastic sponsor, Miss Lila Jack Webb, who became interested In Red Cross through work In technology. SCRIBBLER REPRESENTATIVES With only two short weeks to sell the Scribbler, the indus- trious Scribbler representatives work hard to meet their quotas. This year they advertised with unusual posters In the halls, morning announcements, and giving away a transistor radio to one of the lucky Scribbler subscribers, Jackie Beasley. By supporting the sale of the Scribbler in their homerooms, these representatives gain the needed support for our school newspaper. PROJECTORS ' CLUB With so much audio-visual equipment used In education today, the need for the Projectors ' Club is evident. These boys and one girl help in the ordering and distributing of the equipment to classrooms. Showing a film used to be a nuisance when the film would break or the sound was blurred, but these able students come to the rescue so class can proceed. Credit is due to these members who help to make advanced educational equipment available. ANNUAL REPRESENTATIVES Keeping separate the yellow cards from the white, collect- ing money on a weekly basis, securing subscriptions for the Hi-Ways, and selling ads to their respective homerooms are the tedious tasks of the annual representatives. One is chosen from each homeroom by the Business Staff for their willingness to do hard work. Their job ends in May when they help with distributing the finished book. PROJECTORS- CA.VB—Left to Right: T. Wright. J. Edwards. B. Whitington, J. Haskins, J. McEarlen, D. Riokelt, T. Halfen. SCRIBBLER REPRESENTATIVES- Lc f to Right, First Row: C. Barton, C. Ellis, B. Orr, R. A. Gray, D. Connor. Third Roiv: G. Cohn, K. Gatlin, P. Commento, N. Brown, S. Winchester, S. Dounis, B. Taitz, A. Felts, J. Skipper, A. Ervin, B. Butler, C. Loomis, N. Bell, M. Gokee, J. Willey, R. Boyd, B. Morden. Second Row: B. White, J. Martin, G. Wysong. Fourth Row: J. Talesico, D. Berry, B. Smith, S. A. Washington, J. Slacht, G. Phillips, E. Baron, C. Dodson, J. Poole, J. Wallis, S. Swain, R. Wainwright. Provide Market for School Publications ANNUAL REPRESENTATIVES— le f to Right, First Row: C. Flynt, N. Durrett, N. Martin, E. Stanfield, J. Kohn, C. Driskell, J. Fain, K. Carlson, T. Eskew. Second Row: G. Driskell, W. Anthony, B. Smith, B. Rainwater, C. Mitchell, M. Ike, D. Kindred. P. Swilley. Third Row: C. Johnson, W. Head, G. Walker. C. Ellis, B. Orr. G. Mever, M. Cohn, P. Huffmaster. Fourth Row: L. Stockton, J. Anderson, M. Oliver, C. Lawhorn, P. Gendel, P. McGinty, B. Lindsay, P. Jones. M. Gillespie. Fifth Row: D. Connor, M. Edlund, M. New- Kirk, S. McDonald, L. Moe, B. Wheeler, N. Blanos, C. Hibbert. 97 MARSHALS— Le ( lo Right, First Row: S. Trout, M. Love, H. Woodward, S. Davis, C. Lawhorn, D. Brooks, L. Schwefel, B. Smallev, B. Morden, L. Harrison. Serond Row: C. Stanton, P. McGintv. B. DeLoache, J. Fain, S. McDonald, J. Grant, B. Nager, P. Downs, K. Keefe. S. Young. Third Row: B. De- Jarnette, H. Belman, M. Haden, J. Hughes, A. Schubert, M. Blanchard. Unsung Assistants Keep School Going INFIRMARY AIDES- Le i to Right, First Row: G. Wil liams. T. Day. K. Andrews, R. Stoenner. Second Row: Mrs. Hinton, M. Gokec S. Davis, K. Adams. COUNSELORS ' AIDE.S— ,? ( to Right. First Row: D. Spencer, B. Burch, J. Hamburger, N. Gordy, B. Blackwell, S. Curry, E. Levine, M. Clark. Second Row: S. A. Washington, A. Vorus, T. Morgan, L. L. Flynt, L. Tilghman. 98 The arm bands seen In the archway third period do not signify the " bandits. " They are the dedicated marshals who patrol the archway and catch the litter bugs. Coach Maupin supervises this group, seeing that the duties as marshals are fulfilled. Answering phones that never cease to ring and filing papers that are too numerous to count are among the many jobs of the counselors ' aides. Mr. Vocalis and Mrs. Mercer rely heavily on the jobs rendered by these aides. Feel sick? Go to the infirmary where Mrs. hiinton and her friendly aides will administer quick relief. The routine work of these girls includes checking out the sick students and the ones with doctor appointments, and allotting the proper medicine and treatment. " May I help you? " is the question that affronts one upon entering the office. The requests are usually for school supplies, stationery, and safety pins! Many other miscellaneous office jobs come under the duties of the office aides. Getting out of second period fifteen minutes early may appeal to many, but to be a cafeteria aide the student must be willing to do the work. These aides perform their job of serving food, being cashier, and cleaning the cafeteria. OFFICE AIDES— .e r to Right, R. Doughtie, M. Ike, J. Thomas, M. J. Plaster, C. Muir, B. Morden, S. Barnes, C. Lucas. Through Rigorous Year CAFETERIA AIDES— Ie « to Right, First Row: L. Friedman, A. Jacobson, T. Henderson, N. Campbell, J. Lashley, M. Moore, A. Cooper, H. Miller, D. Sherman, B. Wyche, V. Brookshire. Second Row: D. Johns, P. Carl, K. Melton, R. Lucas, R. Boyd, A. Henry, J. King, J. Chambers, N. Lyons, S. Fox, G. Crowder, E. Drohan. ORCHESTRA— Le t lo Right, First Rou-: E. Stanfield, C. Rapp, R. Adams, J. Ferren. Second Row: J. Anderson, K. Moore, L. Parrott, T. Galloway. C. Jones, D. Pettys, G. Meals, R. Kluge, C. Dickinson. R. Parker. K. Moore. Third Roiv: D. W illty, U. Hammack, B. Gumming. L. Wat- kins. S. Cobble, G. Moss, C. Dodson. B. Norman, M. Felder. R. Chakin. Fourth Row: B. Carreker, B. Andrus, G. Newman. B. Bingham, B. Murray. Orchestra Enhances Music Department Fortissimo, Allegro, Accelerando; these represent a snnall portion of the terms used by an orchestra. Each member must be well versed in these fundamentals of music in addition to being especially proficient w ith his own instrument. Under the direction of Miss Kern, the North Fulton Orchestra has grown into an outstanding unit. Through practice and hard work they keep North Fulton in touch with the world of fine music. ANNEX LIBRARY AIDES- Le r to Right, First Row: L. Jolly, S. Steinman, T. Morgan. L. Ellis. L. .Smith, C. Sommerfield. Second Row: S. Greenoe, N. Elliott, Beth Hull. L. Parrott, 100 MAIN LIBRARY AIDES— Le « to Right, First Row: B. Taitz, S. Schrader, A. Sugarman, D. Simpson, J. Sheppard, B. Rolfness, D. Brown, M. L. Respess, G. Merlin, L. Echols, N. Stecker, L. Moore, M. Felder, R. Lennox, K. Leonard. G. Walker, G. Pamelle, C. Weisser. Second Row: J. A. Rosen, Aides Keep Library Running Smoothly Dana Brown, while an aide herself, finds time to use the library. How much larger is a whale than an ant? What is a shrew? Who pitched the third game of the 1902 World Series? When will the sun die? All these questions plus thousands more are answered in North Fulton ' s library. Who keeps up with this myriad of knowledge? What manner of diligent, long-suffering, underpaid person is this? None other than the North Fulton library aides. Study Hall students are seen here making use of the library ' s " reference " facilities. 101 Aorlh Fulton ' s renowned choir gives atmosphere to many of our school assemblies. Work, Tradition Combine for Success Through its accomplishments and prestige, the name of The North Fulton Special Choir has gained commenda- tion both In this country and abroad. Recognized as one of the South ' s finest, the choir ' s history is both long and star-studded. Most glamorou s in the list of achievements are the choir ' s two tours of Europe where they were highly acclaimed. Besides these two peaks of performance, the choir makes an average of thirty public appearances and a week ' s excursion around the South each year. Even with this Illustrious record the choir does not rest on Its laurels. This year new plans have been layed for fresh ventures. Central and South America Is the goal set for the Choir of ' 63. The Choir earns its own way. Magazine and chocolate sales head the list of money makers. Each member sells his share. Parents of choir members may join the Fine Art Founda- tion. This organization supports the choir in Its varied activities. In the Interest of furthering musical careers, scholarships are offered to deserving members elected by the choir members. NORTH FUlJof " " CIAL CHOIR Choir officers — Left to Right: Jean . nderson. Librarian; Cathie Mehr, Secretary; Jimmy Vansant, Treasurer; Joe McDonald, President: Karen .Allen, Vice-President: Judy Ed- wards, Historian; Keggie Jones, Honorary President. ' • v •51.«xa ' 5TII»t-.fU. Smiling Judy Edwards sells the " world ' s most famous chocolate candy " to Barry White. Choir members perform in quartets in order to check individual parts. Eighth Grade Choir prepares students for later membership in the Mixed Choir. 103 fltii (|t ri-vaM •I 104 Nothing is denied to ivell- directed labor, and nothing is ever to be attained without it. c REYNOLDS L U B S 105 President Harder and Secretary Jansen type a calendar of club events for the year. Inter-Club Led forward, upward, and onward by Miss Elizabeth Norman, the Inter- Club Council, composed of the var- ious club presidents, assumes and carries out its many responsibilities. These tasks consist of co-ordinating all club functions, organizing the club calendar, and keeping the number of disputes between competing clubs at a minimum. 106 n INTER-CLUB COVNCIL— Left to Right, First Row: J. Renshaw, D. Berry, S. McKay. H. Sheppard, S. McDonald, B .Hull, W. Eiason, B. Washburn, D. Coats, S. Jansen, A. Harder, P. Bradford, J. Kohn, D. Hayes, G. Dounis. B. Hull, J. Lieb. Second Row: Jo Johnston, S. Cucich, C. Rankine, Council Directs All Club Affairs Inter-Club Council members place club announce- ments on the bulletin board. Working closely with the Student Council, the Inter-Club Council keeps spirits, traditions, and funds alive and high in the school. Most of the work is handled by two officers. This year they were Alex hHurder, president, and Sandra Jansen, secretary. Their efficient jobs helped to ease one of Mr. Bryce ' s many worries. rv Honor Society Inducts Top Seniors Dr. Art O ' Niel speaks on the ideals of the Honor Society at the January induction. Davy Crockett once said, " Be sure you ' re right and then go ahead. " This is a mark of leadership, and leadership in turn is one of the aims of the National hHonor Society along with character, scholarship, and service. Membership in this organization is the highest honor that can be bestowed on a student at North Fulton. The highlights of the Honor Society ' s activities begin with the Freshman-Subfreshman Dance. This per- mits the younger classes to mingle and meet new faces. College Night allows Seniors to meet with repre- sentatives from the colleges of their choice and thus makes their decisions easier. Miss Senter advises this organization. N.4TI0NAL HONOR SOCIETY— Left to Right. First Row: S. Holcomb, E. Lpvine. G. Stelling. N. Martin, E. Stanfield. D. Willey. Sec- ond Row: J. Kohn, J. A. King. J. Fain, L. -Scarborough, C Driskell, W. Eidson. S. Curry, D. Berry, R. Boyd. Third Row: B. Morgan, E. Rogers, C. George, B. Outz, S. McDonald. B. Washburn. J. Pershing, A. Hurder, T. Blackman, D. Lennox, Miss Senter. QUILL AND SCROLL— Le t to Right, First Row: D. Spencer, D. Bern ' , S. J. McRae. Second Row: M. Jones, C Sommerfield. A. Vorus, S. Wells. L Mass, S. Gravitt, S. Flaherty. . Thomas, E. Levine, A. Riley. Third Row: L Newkirk, S. Cucich, G. Stelling, H. Schutte, R. Tallini, L. Moe, J. Windham, J. Lindsey, S. Malone. J. Kohn. Fourth Row: S. Moreland, P. Shadburn. W. Bishop, J. Pershing, B. Smith, S. Jansen. J. Jackson. B. Burch. A. Hurder, B. Outz. Fifth Row: B. White, B. Stone, C Barrett, T. Blackman, T. Woodall, D. Pattys, N. Hammond, L. Smith, G. Pamell, B. Butler. Journalists Make Merry at Banquet In the Spring a young man ' s fancy turns to thoughts of love, or does it? Not if that young man is a member of Quill and Scroll, for spring is the season of the an- nual Quill and Scroll banquet, a wild event that often has fantastic results. Recovered from their annual fling, Quill and Scroll members work toward the club ' s goal — encouraging journalism in all its phases. Because of this purpose, membership is restricted to students in journalism classes or on the Hi-Ways or Scribbler staffs. Quill and Scroll officers, Sara June McRae, Dennis Berry, and Diane Spencer, prepare a membership roll for national headquarters. 100 Beta Club Members Direct Puzzled Parents I BKTA (XliB — Leji lu Right, First Koiv: I). Willoy, 15. Washburn, J. King. G. Harper, J. Edwards. Sccurid Koiv : S. Barnes, N. Thomas, S. Malone, J. Thomas, L. Kilgo, I). Brooks, M. Cole, K. Boyd, J. Kohn. E. Levine. H. Woodward, C. Johnson, G, Meals. Third Row: L. Flynt, I.. Smith, S. Strohbehn, J. (Jillespie, E. Stanfield, J. Fain, S. Holcomb, N. Martin, B. Morgan, J. Wainwright, B. Outz, D. Lennox, J. Windham. Fourth Row: L. White, K. Dales, L. Moe, B. Burch, L. Nix, S. Curry, C. Driskell, S. Gravitt, J. Young, J. Miensen, C. Green- field. Fifth Row: K. Moore, J. McDonald, J. Pershing, J. McWilliams, R. Tallini, E. Vohlgemuth, J. Burns, J. Anderson, R. Chaikin. Sixth Row: D. Watts, T. Voglesonger, S, Moreland, T. Blackman, D. Berry, A. Harder, J. Campbell. 110 at P.T.A. Diane, Neva, and Bill put the finishing touches on the decorations for the Honor Banquet. North Fulton ' s Beta Club is organized according to a set pattern. At the beginning of each year, new members are selected on the basis of a required 3.5 average and leadership quali- ties. The new club holds four meetings dur- ing the year — two with guests as speakers and two with outstanding students speak- ing. On Back-to-School Night, members guide bewildered parents through the halls, and at the end of the first semester they serve honor students at the famous annual banquet. Although similar to all other Beta Clubs, North Fulton ' s chapter is still unique. Its members encourage scholarship not only in this school but in surrounding areas, and their efforts have been successful. This chapter is the only one in Georgia to have earned achievement banners for forming new clubs for three consecutive years. Tiio Beta Club members enjoy a copy of the BETA CLUB JOURNAL, the club ' s national magazine. New club members receive their pins and membership cards at the first meeting. Ill Reanimated Romans Revive Slave Day Billy Hammond tells an interested Latin Club about his recent trip to Europe. Though believed to be a dead language, Latin is very much alive at North Fulton. Under the able leadership of Miss Margaret Williams, the Latin Club creates not only an interest in the language of the ancient Romans, but also in their life, history, and customs. At the start of the year, two consuls are elected to lead the club members. Not long after this, the halls are filled with a toga-clad race, dutifully carrying out their obliga- tions as first year students. Each has a master and is com- pelled to carry out his wishes for the day. These might even include carrying books or an oversized teddy bear. Latin Club members celebrate the founding of Rome each spring with a festive banquet held in the honor of a Roman god or goddess. Everybody comes dressed in a Roman costume and is seated to a fabulous Roman meal, being served everything from eggs to apples. Latin Club initiates bow to the tvishes of Consul Dennis Berry. Latin Club members study life and culture of ancient Rome and the modern uses of the not-so-dead Latin language. Spanish Club members furthe r their interests in the Spanish language and customs of Spain and Latin America. Spaniards Sponsor Special Speakers Spanish Club members make plans for their gala Christ- mas imrty. dHabIa usted Espanol? cComo esta usfed? Members of one of North Fulton ' s largest clubs, the Spanish Club, aided by faculty advisor Miss Martin, are constantly under a sportful bombardment of these and similar questions. The use of such questions and comments helps bring the language to an informal level. This year ' s club activities began with two informal speakers, Mrs. Goolsley, the former Miss Aviles, and Miss Morris. Mrs. Goolsley entertained members with a talk on the festivities and excitement that take place in South America during Christmas. Life in Spain was the subject enjoyed by the club when Miss Morris spoke. Members held a Christmas party, complete with piPiata. Die! This and a dance with the French and Latin Clubs keep everybody busy and happy during the long winter months. Pins and charms were also received with great merriment. 113 Frenchmen Bring Continental Customs The French Club brings a continental air to . orth Fulton High School through its meetings and other activities. Members make plans to bring an American Field Service exchange student to JVorth Fulton next rar. FRENCH CLUB Fun with a French accent: this is North Fulton ' s French Club. Even Christnnas was continental, with students learning French carols and customs. This year, more than ever, school service was included in the club ' s program. A January dance co-spon- sored by the school ' s language clubs pro- vided enjoyment for all who attended. The club ' s main project was promotion of the American Field Service exchange student program. Special emphasis was placed on securing a foreign student for North Fulton in 1963-64, and thereby allowing a member of the upcoming senior class to study abroad. 114 LL and Culture to North Fulton Judy Lindsay, Susan Hodges, and Nancy Stelling make plans for a future meeting. JR. FRENCH CLUB For the first time, North Fulton had a language club for eighth grade students this year. This Junior French Club was a very popular addition to the school. Out of fifty-one sub-freshnnen eligible for membership, forty-one joined the club. First president of the club was Ted Kennedy, and Dana Tomasulo was the first vice-president. Members held their own meetings most of the year, enjoying skit contests, speak- ers, or just plain fun. In addition they joined the Senior French Club for its annual Christmas party and met with it again in May to elect officers for 1963-64. Messieurs and Mesdemoiselles mer- rily chant Christmas carols which they have learned to sing in French. The Jr. French Club tells eighth graders of life in France. JUNIOR CIVITAN— Z,e ( to Right, First Row: L. Webb, S. More- land, S. Flaherty, G. Stelling, S. Sirohbehn, Bo Jett. J. King, W. Johnston. Second Row: B. Outz, C. Sommerville. J. Lindsay, S. Washington, L. Flynt, M. Edlund, C. Johnson, C. Greenfield. Third Row: P. Downs, S. Wells, J. Windham, P. McGinty, B. deLoache, C. Bussey, S. Barnes. H. Woodward. Fourth Row: L. White, J. Edwards, B. Orr. N. Hammond, J. Kohn, S. Jansen, L. Scarborough, S. Young. Fifth Row: J. Pershing, S. McDonald, J. Johnson, D. Berry, W. Bishop, J. Fain, H. .Anderson. Junior Civitan Sells Cushions and Cake Judy Kohn and Jo Ann King place posters in the school emphasizing the club ' s safety program. Fruit cake, wrapping paper, candy, cushions, sea+belts, and trophies — this is Junior Civitan. Members have worked hard through the years to make this North Ful- ton ' s most active service club, and the best Junior Civitan club in the state. Much of this year ' s success is due to the president. Bo Jett, and the advisor, Mr. John Crowe. New members are selected each spring by the faculty and the old members. Once in the club, Jr. Civitans must meet a quota of points each quarter. Failure to do so results in removal from the roster. Pete Rich and Judy Lindsay twist at Jazz Night. 116 Jr. Jrs. Cheer Up Crippled Children In spite of flattened noses and sore feet, Jr. Civitan Jr. members once again sur- passed that ever present obstacle of selling fruitcake. Composed of Freshman and Sophomore students, these junior members of the North Fulton Civitans put the money gained from this enterprise and others to good use. They collected clothes for a needy family. With money gained from a dance after the Northside basketball game, the club was able to visit a hospital for children with cerebral palsy and present them with invaluable equipment. The highlight of the year is the annual Civitan convention at Jekyll Island. North Fulton ' s Jr. Civitan Jr. won three top awards last year at the convention and are striving to be number one again this year. Jr. Civitan Jrs. make plans for the district Civitan convention at Jekyll Island. JR. CIVITAN JR.— Le ( to Right, First Row: J. Lanier, P. Gendel, S. McKay. B. Bryce. M. Gillespie. Second Row: B. Courier, M. Maddox. M. Martin, M. Chesney, I. Brown, D. Brown. P. Swilley, S. Hannah. Third Row: J. Deter, S. Alfriend, P. Oliver, S. Hodges, B. Hull, K. White, B. Alford, L. Moore. Fourth Row: B. Whitington, D. Wilbanks, B. Gilbert, B. Lindsay, L. Logan. Fifth Row: H. Champion, C. Dodson, D. Griffin, J. Kardos, R. Wainwright, P. Williams. D. David. Wheel Club Rolls Spirit Bus As WHEEL CLVB—Left to Right, First Row: C. Driskell, P. Bradford, sant. E. Rogers. B. Burch, M. Sommerville, S. Schrader. Fourth Row: A. Hurder. K. Moore. Second Row: J. Thomas. L. Hitchcock, B. Morgan, C. George, B. Smith. T. Morgan, J. McDonald, M. Jones. B. Smalley. N. Gordy, B. Morden, G. Iartin, L. Harrison, S. Blass, Fifth Row: L. Ellis, H. Sheppard. J. Haynie, B. White, L. Moore. C. Stanton. Third Row: -M. Vlass, E. Levine, B. Simonton, J. Van- WHEEL CLUB Service and fun are the essential ingredients of North Fulton ' s Wheel Club. The trip to the Gaines- ville football game on the club ' s Spirit Bus will be rennembered fondly by many North Fulton students, although the bus drivers may have nightmares about it. Homecoming festivities were made even more special by the traditional Wheel Club dance. Pep rallies, before the Grady and Sylvan games, given by the Wheel Club increased school spirit for the football games. For club members, the year was highlighted by an October hayride. Wheel Clubers get comfortable before their long hayride to Lake Lanier. Key Club Corners Candy Market KEY CLUB Upperclassmen boys at North Fulton have but one service club, the illustrious Key Club, which is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Buckhead and led by faculty advisor Coach Fussell. Activities and projects of the club this year included a hayride, the sponsoring of a dance after the Grady game, and the selling by each member of twenty boxes of pecan candy. Key Club members Tim Woodall and David Lennox interest two North Fulton visitors in pecan candy. KEY CLUB— Le f to Right. First Ron-: T. Woodall, B. McDowell, ley, R. Tallini, B. Hull, B. Helms. Third Row: S. Fox, J. Ogden, B. Wheeler. R. Cr -5tal, D. Lennox. Second Row: J. Martin. B. Teas- B. Naylor. G. Dounis. B. ' ashburn. 119 I Al;l IrAl ' — Lrli iv Right. Firsl Row: L. Hiuluock. M. .N.wkiik. . A. W j lunglun. J. KdIui. B. ItuiuHatir, L. Uslium, U. Morgan. Second Row: N. Martin, S. Yeargan, N. Thomas, L. Kilgo, C. Lawhorn, B. Smalley, J. Thomas. D. Hayes, D. Wilson, C. VandergriflF, C. Mehr. Third Row: D. Coats. B. Mathis, L. McClure, A. Ervin, E. Stanfield, C. Drody. B. Buchanan, C. Mehr, S. Gravitt, J. McWiUiams, D. Estes. Fourth Row: D. Kocsis, D. Wilson, S. Schrader, S. Davis, S. Sharkey, D. Willey, J. Young, C Ellis. Fifth Row: J. Lindsay, L. Scarborough, J. Allen, J. Johnson, S. Curry, S. Malone, M. Walton, N. Durrett, S. Swain. Rabun Gap and Tallulah Falls Clubs Aid After a meeting, Rabun Gap girls ignore ideas about diets. For Rabun Gap members, 1963 provided many projects. Sadie Hawkins Week and the Valentine Dance gave way to service projects Including Christmas caroling at Highview, collecting money for retarded children, and sponsoring the opening night benefit at the ice show. A trip to Rabun Gap School was also important, as it allowed members to see how their contributions were being put to use. Members board the bus for their visit to the Rabun Gap School. 120 -If Mrs. Barton and escort, " Sheriff " Sikes, enjoy the gaiety of the Valentine Dance. North Georgia Schools Service with a style typifies Tallulah Falls. From giving a spring fashion show to putting a new coat of paint for the bulldog on the gym floor, the club has served North Fulton. Led by president Susan McDonald, members also used their earnings to improve the conference room and to aid the Tal- lulah Falls School in North Georgia. T. LLUL.AH FALLS— ie f to Right, First Row: J. Fain. M. Sommerville, S. McDonald, S. Barnes. L. Flynt. Second Row: E. Levine, J. DeGuenther. K. Moore, B. Morden, S. Blass, H. Woodward. P. McGinty. Third Row: C. George, J. King, L. Webb, M. Vlass. P. Downs. B. deLoache. K. Leonard. Fourth Row: S. Wells. C. Somerfield, J. Edwards. R. Doughtie, S. Steinman, B. Outz, S. Young. L. Schwefel. J Senior Y-Teens girls work together to help many less fortunate people in Atlanta overcome their hardships. Y. W. C. A. Promotes Service Students pause to check their names and addresses on the directory proofs. Sr. Y-Teens " Help! " This Is the typical reaction of a subfreshman on his first day at North Fulton. Salvation comes in the form of the directory, which is published each year by the Senior Y-Teens. In it is found vital information on clubs, school cheers, diploma requirements, and, of course, telephone numbers. In addition to rescuing subfreshmen, Y-Teens perform other services. At Christmas they collect food for needy families, and throughout the year they work with the Atlanta Girls ' and Boys ' Clubs to help less fortunate Atlantans. 8th 9th Grade Y-Teens Although organized like the Senior Y-Teens, the Eighth and Ninth Grade Y-Teens Is an individual club with separate meetings. Programs this year included speakers from the Y.W.C.A. and a Patricia Stevens model. Each year the club has a local, national, and world service project. This year, under president Beth tHull, the members served locally by sending Christmas pre- sents to the Jolly Home and by working at one of At- lanta ' s girls ' clubs. They aided people In other lands by earning money for donations to CARE and similar organizations. 122 h ' V 9 «Jr V I tti V 1 raLi Eighth and Ninth Grade Y-Teens combine the initia- tive of underclassmen girls. Projects Through Y-Teen Clubs Mrs. Sprague and Beth Hull check Christmas presents for orphans at the Jolly Home in Conyers, Georgia. 123 Senior Y-Teens officers select families to give food to at Christmas. J ■■ ■ H HURRY !■ John, Bill, and David check the new training room tihich teas refinished and equipped by the Bulldog Club. BULLDOG CLUB A training room! Bulldog Club answered the plea of all North Fulton coaches when it chose as its main project this year the furnishing of such a room. Located in the old gym, a once drab cubbyhole was transformed into a modern, clean center for the treatment of all varieties of minor in- juries. With a whirlpool and a varied assortment of tapes, medicines, and other medical necessities, the coaching staff may next year have the problem of keeping all athletes out. North Fultonites celebrate a football victory over West Fulton at the Bulldog Club dance. Varsity Letter Winners Encourage BULLIX)G CLUB— ie f to Right, First Row: B. Wheeler, J. Renfhaw, B. Helms, T. Woodall. Second Row: D. Bell. R. Cagle, B. McDowell, C. Greenfield. Third Rote: G. Dounis, S. Landis, D. Lennox. H. Schutte. W. Johnston. 124 GIRLS ' LETTER CLUB— Le « to Right, First Row: V. King, B. Orr, D. Hayes, J. Fain, S. McDonald. Second Row: V. Shaw, C. George, M. Vlass, E. Levine, S. Malone, M. Love, S. Blass, L. Flynt, H. Woodward, L. White, J. Brown. Third Row: E. Rob- ertson, P. Bradford. J. DeGuenther, M. Sommerville, L. Ostnim, S, Gravitt, L. Kilgo, J. Thomas, J, King, D. Devereaux. Fourth Row: J. Lindsay, S. Schraeder, C. Loomis, L. Webb, J. Young, B. Mathis, C. Ellis, S. Flaherty, J. AUen. Athletics At NF GIRLS ' LETTER CLUB Listen! Someone Is opening the trophy case! Is it a thief? No, It ' s the Giris ' Letter Club polishing trophies. Each year this club also sponsors fund-raising projects, such as a car wash. With the money earned, they buy supplies to polish the trophies and use any remaining funds to buy something for the school. One of this year ' s contributions was a bulletin board for the cafe- teria. Open to all girls who have won varsity letters, the club also encourages athletics for giris. Shelly and Susan put the finishing touches on another victim of the club ' s car wash. Carolyn and Suzanne make headivay in Girls ' Letter Club ' s main project — polishing the school ' s mass of trophies. DELTA CLUB— Le t to Right, First Row: H. Moorehead, B. Black- welL S. Jansen, T. Morgan, G. Martin. Second Row: C. Johnson, S. Flaherty, L. White, L. Smith, J. Simmons, N. Gordy, L. Harrison. Third Row: M. Algers, N. Hammond, J. Gillespie, B. Orr, C. Stanton, M. Love, M. Edlund. Delta Club Assists Underprivileged Delta girls challenge popular belief that teenagers are not ph sirtiHy fit. Doctors ' panel, career night, and a field trip to Delta Airlines were among the varied activities of the Delta Club this year. This club, sponsored by Miss LIbowsky, consists of Junior and Senior girls who are interested in poise, etiquette, and self-improvement. Often outside speakers, including models and fashion designers, visit and speak at the meetings. On Saturdays the club also sent members to Pickett ' s Alley where they had an op- portunity to serve others. Future Dramatists Prepare for Stage DRAMATIC CLUB— le f lo Righi. Fini Row: E. Baron. S. Gravitt. B. White, S. J. McRae, N. Charnlev. Mrs. Mansfield. Second Rou: C. ' andegriff. C. Stubblefield. J. Brown. S. Lynch. R. Alford. S. Dounis. L Fricks. C. Henderson. L. Moncus. R. Boyd. L. Myers. J. . mold. B. Beeler. P. Skipper. Third Row: L. Echols. H. Cohen. G. Merlin. D. Sherman, M. Haden. J. Bates, B. Daniel, N. Cooper. M. McWilliaras. N. Ulbricht. B. Mathis. B. Alford, N. Nichols. Fourth Row: R. . Gray, B. Rhodes, G. Smith. J, Wainwright, C Slack, A. llur.l.r. L. Watkins. J. DeGuenther. . i;pM,k-lin . H. Anderson, R. Drohan. S. Agee. S. Holcomb, P. Montague, B. Butler, D. Greaves, yi. Williams. K. De olfe, P. Carl. J. Slaught. Fiith Row: S. Stroh- behn, D, WiUev. B. Mathis. L. Williams, B. Callaway. W. Murder, S. Wells. B. Brodholdt. S. Trippe. S. Shires, K. Crouch. J. Wills, A. Riley. Sixth Row: J. Eraser. G. Philips, H. Moorehead, R. Chaikin, T. Halfen, C. Bender, B. Rudolph, R. Morris. Barry White and Evalyn Baron study scripts in preparation for Dramatic Club ' s entry in the school Talent Contest. ' Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo? ' This familiar line and many more are the bread and butter of the North Fulton Dramatic Club. Open to any student who wishes to join, this organiza- tion, one of the largest at N. P., is under the able leader- ship of Mrs. Francis Mansfield who herself performs in many plays in the Atlanta area. The Dramatic Club has a two fold purpose. Not only does it offer students the opporunity to learn more about drama and to have fun, but it also gives the school a chance to enjoy fine entertainment. Future Prepared for by Career Clubs F.H.A. girls make dolls for underprivi- leged children. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA— te e to Right, First Row: E. Wohlgemuth. D. Willey. V. Hume, F. Hamilton, E. Stanfield, J. Horsely. Second Rotv: S. Turner, N. Stelling, B. Lawson, C. Drody, D. Wilson, K. Towns, B. Blackwell. Third Row: S. Wheeler, L. Skipper, J. Grant, S. J. McRae, S. Winn, D. Estes, D. Bolen. Burned toast? Dragging hems? Fallen cakes? Never! Future Homemakers ' of America are on the move. Their goal is to improve personal, family, and community living, and they are well on the way to success. One of the traditional activities carried on by the members is dressing dolls at Christmas for underprivileged children. North Fulton ' s Allied Medical Careers Club reveals to interested students the fascinating world of medicine. Directed by their sponsor, Mrs. Hinton, members partici- pate in health projects at North Fulton. Much of the club ' s time is spent editing and publishing the state news- paper, the Spectrum, which communicates news and ideas to the many A.M.C. Clubs in Georgia. A.M.C.C. members tvork on their state news- paper, the Spectrum. ALLIED MEDICAL CAREERS CLUB— Le f to Right, First Row: L. Benson, G. Stelling, C. Rankine, R. Stoenner. Second Row: E. Harrison. P. Bradford, N. Gordy, J. DeGuenther. B. Smith. Third Row: J. Windham, C. Brown. Fourth Row: C. Cowan, J. Allen, J. Wainwright. K. Adams, G. Cunnard. SCIENCE CLUB— ie t to Right, First Row: J. Allen, A. Ervin, D. WiUey, S. Malone, L. Nix, E. Stanfield, C. Driskell, R. Parker. Second Row: B. White, D. Berry, B. Washburn, G. Meals. Science Club spclunkcrs prcptire to Waterfall Cave in Trenton, Georgia. conquer Pupils Probe Worlds of Caves and Crayons Wary feet tread a dark grotto beneath the ground as the Science Club conducted its first field trip. Such exciting ventures as this one were embarked upon during the past year. To add variety to the menu, a career program was sponsored by this club advised by Mr. Taylor. Unusual though it may seem, membership in the Art Club is urged especially among stu- dents not taking art; thus, hidden talents may be discovered and developed. With Mr. Cook supervising, the budding artists sketch to music, work In clay, and even mount semi- precious stones. North Fulton ' s Art Club readies Christmas decorations to be placed in the school halls. ART CLUB— Left to Right, First Row: L. Skipper, M. J. Plas- ter, E. Spence. Second Row: G. Kalker, C. Otwell, K. Crouch, Third Row: J. Beasley, Mr. Cook. 129 130 Everything without tells the indiindual that he is nothing; everything within persuades him that he is everything. c L A S s E S 131 Capable Subfrcshmen officers are President, Robert Russell; Vice-President, Christine Anderson; Secretary, Pat Huffmaster; anil Treasurer, Bill Moore. Subfreshmen Begin New Facet of Life Tall Senior Bill Washburn advises Subfreshman Jay Eidson about orth Fulton student life. Jan Adams Richard Adams Tommy Akins Shelley Aldrich -Mary Alford Larry Allen Donna Allen Christine Anderson Warner Anthony Dot Avery Ann Bailey David Bailey Candy Baker Susan Barfield Andy Barnett Claudia Barnett Barbara Bautze George Beadle Becky Beeler Ralph Berkowitz Andy Blackshaw Janet Blackwell Ricky Blass Nancy Blow Sandra Bone Holly Bough Van Botsaris Bob Bowden Debbie Boylen Nanny Brown Chip Bryant Helen Byrd Susan Byrd Bobby Campbell Bobbv Carmichael Pete Games Joann Carney Marsha Carr Steve Carreker Arthur Cash Kathryn Chandler Gail Chesney Mike Clower Sue Cobble Glenda Cohn. Carol Collins Pete Comento George Conklin Wayne Cooper Carol Creager Judy Crowder Jimmy Crowe Bryan Cumming Conner Davis Betsey Dean Richard Dennard Niel DeRosa Camilla Dickinson Bobby Donaldson Johnny Duck Gene Driskell Jeff Dumas Jay Eidson Emmie Elrod Martha Eskew Alice Felts Stephen Flanagan Charlette Flynt Tony Fouts Johnny Gaar S Rl Ml ttri irk ri i iiVi W d£liK ' feIlKi4li ii§kr iM JJ, 133 I M MMi Danny Caskins Curtis Gatlin Karen Gatlin Larry Glatzer Merry Gloer Lamont Glover David Goldberg Marlene Goldstein Dede Goodwin Mike Gordy Lana Gowdy David Gray Garol Grubbs Win Gulley Tim Hackney Beverly Hannah Philip Hardy Lee Harvey Douglas Hayden Howard Hayden Bobby Hearn ' ietor Hendrickson Tom Hibbert Hay Hobby Bruce Hood Susan Hoover Betsy Hotchkiss Pat Huffmaster Edith Jenkins Scott Johnson Ben Jones Peggy Jones Eddie Kalski Juan Keller Ted Kennedy Susan Kersh Mary Ann Kirby Arlene Kronich Kathy Lacy Allen Landis Eighth-graders Wander Aimlessly PJ i,M,B. Beth Laney Dicky Larson Joe Lawson Rex Lieffers Ray Lindsay Susan Livingston Patricia Lowe Susan Lynch Russell McGawley G;iry McDaniel I ' ■illy McFerren (.ordon McGregor Connie McMillan Scott McRae Frankie Maas Hclh Mock Bill Moore Diane Morris Tommy Morris Anadora Moss Andy Mower Billy Murray Keith Muse llene Nicholson 134 Jeanie Northcult Marsha Owens Glo Oxford Linda Parsons Lora Paschal Charles Phillips Ann Powell Patsy Pruitt Craig Rand Steve Rawson Carol Rayburn Carol Rogers Tommy Ruska Diane St. Clair James St. Germain Ronnie St. Germain Ricky Sander Bill Scott Harry Satterwhite Stephanie Scheer Bobby Schnapper Bill Selph Ken Sheffield Peggy Skipper Bill Smith Donna Smith Debbie Smith Eddie Smith Barbara Smyth Ann Spain Cheri Springer Pat Stieglitz Randy Stow Christy Tait rkriVCikif 1CI %1 i Kiki Through Their First Year At NF Friendly talk, laughter, and study fill spare moments when the teacher is gone. Cathy Taylor Mark Thrapp Hicky Tippen Dana Tomasulo Sallie Trippe Bill Tucker Uuddy I ' pchurch Ken V ' ansanI Mike Veatch Kalhv Walls Sell) Ward milv Watson Llewelyn Watts Mark Weber Paula Weigand Deedy Whilington Dorothy Wilkinson Amy Willenbucher Ashley Wills Wendy Wilson Camellia Wilson Susan Winchester Philip Winston Charlotte Wohlgemuth Kenny Wolf Raymond Wood Anne WooUey June Wright Claudia Yarbrough Sharon Zalvis First Year Turns Up New Leaders Bill Moore reverently reads from the Bible for a morning devotional. Elected to serve Freshmen are Doug David, President; Bebe Alford. Secretary; Mary Sue Martin, Vice- President; and David c• Qure, Treasurer. Successful Year Enjoyed by Freshmen Mi. Cathy Adams Kathy Adams Sammy Agee Judy Alexander Bebe Alford Dee Dee Allen Elizabeth Anderson Cathy Andrews Josep hine Arnold Qaudia Atkinson Ned Barbre Hank Barrett Cindy Barton Barbara Bayne Nancy BeU David Belman Melody Berkeley Nick Blanos Sidney Blase Robbie Bolen Victor Bowers Randy Boyd Jere Boze Bobby Bradshaw Bill Brandt Liz Bratton Steve Brooks Tommy Brooks Barbara Brown. Peter Brown Ronnie Bryson Linda Burch Chris Busch Betty Bush Nancy Campbell Ralph Canup Bob Carney John Carr eronica Carroll Randy Carter 137 iihfkn Louise Gate Walter Chandler George Chapman Will Ghilds Terry Coburn [larriel Cohen Donald Coleman James Cook yleen Cooper Nancy Cooper Hobby Courier Carolyn Craven Pully Cress Becky Currie Kaye Curtis Bonnie Daniel Doug David Emelyn Dean Joanne Douglass Edward Drohan Keith I ye Larry Elliot Lillian Elrod Tim English Eleanor Ferguson Gail Flanagan Susan Fleagle Tricia Fling David Fox Marsha Fricks John Gair Tara Galloway Dub Garmon Martha Garmon Pat Garner Phyllis Gendel Edgar Gentry Miriam Gillespie -Meg Gokee Gary Gottlieb Jodee Graeme David Greaves Janace Grant Ed Haas Gretchen JJaile Ted Hall Jimmy Hamil W ayne Harris Warner Head Kathy Hendon Carl Hibbert George Hibbert Steve Highsmith Cheryl Hill Bob Hines Barry Hodges Jark Holland ISob Hollyfield Mike Home Jcihnny Huey Kosewvn Hughes Beth Hull Margaret Hume 138 Freshmen go to Lenox on one of their weekly Saturday shopping sprees, which keep girls well dressed and parents poor. Freshmen Awake to New Experiences Harry Hurt Jim In -in Bruce Jacobs Randy James John Jansen Carol Jones Terry Joyner Judy Keller Karen Ketchum John Knight Harold Landis Jane Lashley Brenda Lawson Larry Leonatis Barbara Lindsay Linda Logan Ross Lucas Hank Lungren Neel Lyons Betty Mathis Bonnie MacMillan David McClure Betty McDaniel Terry McDonald Jerr) ' McFarland Mike McLaughlin Mike McSween Melinda McWilliams Mar) ' Jo Maddox Elllen Marshall Mary Sue Martin 139 ntki Ik fek ri Pat fathis Allen Meadors Can ' Mehr Keller Melton Gavle Merlin Roi)in Millard Peter Montague Janet Moore Mary Moore Nancy Moore f liarles Moran Don Moran Charles Murilock Mike Murray l.inda Myres Liz Myres Jo Ann Northcutt Nancy Nutting Kurt Oakley Ann Oliver Donald Orr Douglas Orr Beverly Pace Beryle Paschal Freshmen Find Niche in School Life Lee Parhan Rodney Parker Barbara Parsons Linda Peebles Sandra Plunket Johnny Poole Linda Jiachels Mike Ragsdale Billie Rhodes Rip Rhodes SaUy Rickett Steve Rosenblum Nora Ruff Leslie Rumble Richard Russell Billy Samples Frank Sanderlin Jeanne Schutte Jimmy Seibert John Scney Lawrence Sherman Jane Simpson Carol Sims Christy Simson John Skene -Mike Skene Skip Slocum Brenda Smith Patricia Smith Jay Sparr Eleanor Spence Patty Steinman Noel Sterrctt Linda Stockton Rise Strain Murray Strong Charlotte Stubblcbine Barbara Swindler Zalten Szecsey Jimmy Talerico ifl ' kl l ku k. I 11 i%M ir lK « i i l£ k t 140 During pep Tally meeting Freshmen search for ideas to raise spirit as Johnny Huey aloofly considers his own thoughts. kf Ik Cxii Susan Terrell Tommy Tompson Tirry Towns Donna Tynes Nannette Ulbright Bobby Veatch Henry Vorus Vicky Wages Randy Wainwright Grace Walker Bill Walters Leigh Waters Ann Watkins Nancy Weaver Bob Webb Hulan Webb Bill Wendell Suzanne Wheeler Cathy White Jane Willey Martha Williams Phil Williams Vicky Williams Brenda Woodhouse Wilbur Wright Patty Young Susan Young 141 Sophomore officers, Bill Gilbert, Treasurer; Susan Hodges, Secretary; Stephanie Dounis, Vice-President; and Sherwood McKay, Presi- dent ; lead the class of 1965. Officers Exhibit Many Diverse Talents ' I ' c Relia Alford Sally Alfriend Freddy Allen Kathy Allen Tamara Allen Barbara Andrews Bryce Andrus Tom Baker Becky Barbaria Stan Barfield Reid Barnes Evalyn Baron Genie Bates Nancy Bayne Kary Beavers John Benson Charles Berry Billy Bingham Susan Boley Terry Bone Kathy Bratton Tony Breslin Jack Brockway Dana Brown Irene Brown Tom Brown Betty Bryce Suzy Bunzl Nell Burch Billy Byrd Baxter Calloway Pat Carl Kathy Carlson Sylvia Carmirhael Bill Carreker Carol Caslellaw Jimmy (Chambers Hill Cham|)ion Jimmy Chandler Frank Chapman Marisue Chesney Linda Coats 142 fiM mi wmmm . n r , £ i blTk i ilkr Marsha Cohn Barbara Coker Mary Ethel Collins ' lary Crowder • Gloria Cunnard ( " indy Davis Sharon Dalton Kirby Crowley Sara Beth Davis Britt Dean John deCuenther Robert dejarnette Mike Denison Jean Deter Karen De Wolf Jamie Direnzo Chip Dodson (!heryl Dorsett Stephanie Dounis Bob Doyle Robert Dozier Diana Dutton Kris Dye Bob Edwards Susan Eidson Mary Jo Fanning Dana Farnham Manny Felder Arlene Fleagle Anne Ford Cecelia Ford Margaret Forstall Judy Eraser Nancy Gamble Carv Gavant Bill ' Gilbert Lynn Gloer Ruth Goldburg Bob Gray Gail Grayburn Sharon Greenoe Harry Gregory David Griffin Brenda Griswold Karen Haas -Martha Haden Donny Hamilton Frances Hamilton Dian Hammack Susan Hannah Linda Harper Linda Harper Jim Hartwig Marcia Hawkins John Hayes Bob Heany William Henderson Neal Henry Lewis Herring Tommy Hill Shervl Hobble Bill Hodges Susan Hodges Joan Horsely Mike Huffmaster Jack Hughes Virginia Hume Eddie Hunkin Jim Hunt Wayne Hurder Sandy Huston 143 Sophomores and Juniors spend lunch period en- joying one-degree weather. Martha Ike Bruce Irving Genie Jackson Aileen Jacobson Dana Jackel Mike Johnson Linda Jolly John Kardos Carl KeUy Gail Kemph Greg Kincaid Debbie Kindred Jack .King Sherry Kirby Roger Kluge Mike Kopley Jimmy Lanier Dee Larson Regina Lennox Hugh Loomis Melanie Lucas Burt Lunsford Diane Lynch Sharon Lynch Adria Lyner Murray McAfee Miles McBrayer Mike McGregor Sherwood McKay Jeanie McLaughlin James McMahan Peggy Markert Sally Mayes Mary Anne Meals Gayle Meyer Joy Miller Billy Milling Cathy Mitchell Jimmy Mock David Montgomery Mike Montgomery Ki Moore Leslie Anne Moore Pat Moore Jay Morgan Rick Morris Ann Morrison Betty Morrison rik I r Uhk 144 (IM- , A_y | jp §fl.O k t iCI Grady Moss Sharon Moss Carmen Mullan Bob Murray Kathleen Murray (iene Newman Don Nichols Nicky Nichols Hill Norman Jim Norris Mary Oliver Cathy Oakes Carolyn Otwell Lamar Outz Rick Parker Beverly Patterson Tek Peavy Ken Pendley Steve Pennell Martha Jean Plaster Cindy Pollard Ken Poole Tina Poulos Charles Rand Dicky Rankin Lee Raybum Mary Arm Reeves Mary Louise Respess Carolyn Rhodes Tommy Roberts Linda Rogers Marsha Rogers Tenth Graders Try New " C Period Barry Rolfness Mark Romoff David Rose Vicki Sansone Fran Schell Helen Schiffman Ashley Schubert Larry Sechler Linda Selby Diana Sherman Sharon Sherwood Helen Shiffman Julie Shingler Susan Shires Linda Skipper Connie Slack Joann Slaght Don Slate Robert Sligh Carter Smith Dorothy Smith Ginny Smith Rick Smith Tommy Smith rkril irmkkCiri 145 rferw f%r» ii i4 Jacqueline Smyth Ken Squires Nanry Stelling Marsha Storey Anita Sufiarman I ' am Swilley Evelyn Tate Scott Textor Robert Thiebaut Linda Tilghman Steve Tillotson Steve Tolleson Frank Tolley Babs Tourjee Suzanne Trippe Susan Turner Hob Vail James Vlass Lee Wagoner Jay Walker Bucky Ward Laura Watkins Sandy Wcdow Bud Wendling Mary Ellen White Bryan Whiteford Bill Whitington David Wilbanks Joe Wilkinson Peggy Williams Joan Wills Susan Winn Herb Wooley Marianne Young Energetic Sophomores Keep Spirit High Spirited Sophomores support their basketball team by buy- ing tickets to the big Dykes game. Junior class chooses the following offi- c e r s : President, Warren Johnston; Secretary, March Newkirk; V i c e- President, Caryl Johnson ; and Treasurer, Bobby McDowell. Junior Leaders Spur Class Participation Karen Adams Kay Adams Karen Allen Jean Anderson Sandra Aptaker Billy Attridge Richard Austin Bruce Baker Suzanne Barnes Tommy Barnett Jackie Beasley Ed Beckham Doug Bell Helen Belraan Chuck Bender Mark Berkowitz Martin Blanchard Susie Blass Bronwyn Bodholdl Nancy Branch Ricka Brockway Cathy Brown Eleanor Brown Betty Buchanan Nancy Burkett Jim Bums Mike Bush Chuck Bussey Jack Byrd Robert Cagle Term, papers, new to most Juniors, require many dreary hours of re- search at the library. Bob Tallini, Johnny Jackson, and Nancy Thomas work at Buck- head Branch for Mrs. Greene and Miss Mit- chell. Joey Campbell Judy Caven Jeannie Cawthon Robert Chaiken George Church Suzanne Clifton Hedda Cohen Ronald Commander Tom Cooper Regeana Crawford Ricky Cristol MarihTi Crockett Sue Crowe Shirley Cummings Katherine Dales Denny Davey Randall Davis Ricky Decker Barbara de Loache Dennis Kyle Dean Devereaux Rosemary Doughty Tony Doyle Diane Dozier 148 Class of ' 64 Accepts New Tasks Mark Eden Marilyn Edlund Nancy Elliott Cathy Ellis Laurie Ellis Taylor Eskew Doug Ferguson Joel Ferren Susan Flaherty Lynda Lee Flynt Steve Fox Lynn Friedman Nancy Freeman Walt Fuller Robert Geller Jan Gillespie Pat Gowdy Suzanne Gravitt Ruth Ann Gray Suzanne Groetzinger Bill Grubbs Tim Hall Billy Hammond Nancy Hammond Archer Hannah Glenn Harper Kathy Harris John Hanie Estelle Heam Claudia Henderson Larry Henderson Sherjl Hightower Milton Hinsch Wayne Hitchcock Joyce Howard Terry Hultman Julia Hyder Johnny Jackson Carolyn Jaep Margaret Jamison Judy Johns Caryl Johnson 149 Warren Johnston Janalyce Jones Mike Jones Mike Kane Scrib Kelly Lyn Kilgo Sandra Kilgore Gary King Roberta Kubiak Dick Lacher Greg Litaker Pam Long Cynthia Loomis Margaret Love Janice Lymbumer Ken McAlister Jimmy McQelland Laura McClure John McDonald Bobby McDowell Jolly Juniors Imitate Seniors Daily, easy going Juniors going easily home after school congregate in the parking lot to talk about everything from hot cars to dates. 150 The Juniors ' Christmas Cotil- lion is their big dance. For- mals, flotvers, and fast dancing fill the evening. Lila McGahee Peg McGinty Tim McLaughlin Joe McMillan Janet McWilliams Randall Macon SheUev Malone Gary Marcus Keith Marr Jimmy Martin Barbara Mathis Cathie Mehr Janet Meinsen Johnny Merrit Pam Millard Sharon Millard Coverly MitcheU Linda Moe Steve Moreland Leslie Mower Cindy Muir Lee Muse Bonnie Nager Bill Naylor March Newkirk John Ogden Barbara Orr Val Partridge 151 Gene Phillips Ginger Phillips Jarkie Pierce Maria Poulos Betty Rainwater Carl Rapp Ronnie Richardson Mark Rogers Jo Anne Rosen Jim Ruska Susan Schrader Ronnie Seiden Mike Selph Paul Shadburn Bob Simonton Dave Simpson Jack Sinclair Toni Sinclair jP 1-5 f? ■ ' am Charlotte Skene Jane Skipper Laurie Smith Ronnie Smith Shirley Smith Rodger Springer Carol Stanton Nancy Stecker Jan Steele Beth Steiglitz Randy Stoenner Sandy Strohbehn Susan Swain Sharyn Swindler liptte Taitz Lesley Tallakscn Robert Tallini lien Teasley Indy Thomas Nancy Thomas Clcnn TlioTupson Barbara Tillis Kdwin Tillis Kay Tippen David Tipton 152 Alan Toney Helen Trotter Sally Trout Diike Truby Tom Ulbright t ' ecile Vance Carol VandegrifF Tom Voglesonger John Walsh Butch Warren David Watkins Mary Nell Watkins Dan Wcliling Bob Wheeler Linda White Van Whittington Charles Wilcox Gloria Williams Louise Williams Debbie Wilson Paul Wilson Elaine Wohlgemuth Tim Woodall Harriet Woodward Bubba Wyche Gordon Wysong Sue Yeargen Judy Young Weary Juniors Close Cluttered Year Homecoming Court of 1984? Possibly . . . but more probably a typical Junior pep rally. r - g gaa n Bu : 154 To everything there is a season and a time for every purpose under the heavens. S ECCLESIASTES E N I O R S 155 Class officers. Left to Right: Joe McDonald, Treasurer; Jan Allen, Vice-President; John Renshaw, President; Janie DeGuenther, Secretary. Senior Officers Lead Class of ' 63 Gene Able Bob Adams Dick Akin 156 » Midge Algers Richie Barker Katalin Biro Bill Blalock Jan Allen Chan Barrett Way man Bishop Diana Bolen Harry Anderson Lawrence Benson Ted Blackman Ruthanna Boyd Julia Arnold Dennis Berry Betty Blackwell Peggy Bradford 157 Enlhusiastic Seniors show typical school spirit at pep rally before Southwest game. Senior Spirit Helps Defeat South vest Diane Brooks Vicki Brookshire J. W. Broom Judy Brown Richard Bunzl Beverly Burch 158 Bonnie Butler Jack Games Joe Carroll Nancy Chamley Karen Christensen Mimi Qark Dixie Coats Bonner Cohen Marcia Cole Dove Connor Cheryl Cowan Kathleen Crouch Steve Cucich Suzy Curry Trixie Darden John Davenport 159 North Fulton ' s Sally Davis Terry Day John Dickert Patty Downs Susan Davis Janie DeOurnther George Dounis Charles Driskell Paper sale is the Senior ' s main fund rui in prujcct. IfiO mm:::: ' m. ' ■- 1 Most Versatile Senior John receives inscribed watch as Optimist award. Carol Drody Linda Echols Rosemary Drohan Judy Edwards Nan Durrett Wendy Eidsr Nannette Dyas Ann Ervin IGl Abie-Bodied Seniors Aid Cheerleaders Dale Estes Carolyn George Charles Greenfield Jackie Fain Larry Gerdes Phil Haffen Senior boys, Billy Hull and John Pershing, add variety to cheerleaders. 162 Tom Halfen Judy Hamburger Billy Hanger John Harrell Liz Harrison John Haskins Dottie Hayes Ronny Heibert BiU Helms Ed Henderson Lynn Highsmith Rickv Hill Frances Hinton Lee Hitchcock Starling Holcomb Ann Home 163 srT. r VfO. ' U ' iVJ TflJil M ' Members of the 1963 Homecoming Court are. Left to Right: Mar - Vlass, Patty Downs. Sandra Jansen, Jan Allen, Lynn Scarborough, Peggy Bradford. Jackie Fain. Janie deGuenther. Judy Johnson, Judy Lindsay, Jo Ann King, Carolyn George. Escorts: Jimmy Vansant, ?_ : ' Jimmy Windham. Danny Rickett, Bo Jett, Dennis Berry, John Die- kert, Lawrence Benson, Harold Sheppard, Joe Carroll, Barry White, Buz Stone. Homecoming Highlights Footbah Season Homecoming beauties and their distinguished chauffeur wave to croud at halftime. 164 Billy Hull Alex Hurder Sandra Jansen Judy Jennings Bo Jett Davida Johns Judy Johnson Mike Johnson Ricky Johnson Jo Johnston Reggie Jones Joe Keeney Jo Ann King Vicki King Diane Kocsis Judy Kohn 165 Steve Landis Judy Lanum Carol Lawhorn David Lennox Kathy Leonard Elaine Levine Jean Lieb Judy Lindsay Carolyn Lucas Carol Lyon Joe McDonald Susan McDonald Bonnie Mclver Mike McNeil Sara June McRae Gloria Martin 166 Neva Martin George Meals Laura Moncus Karen Moore Larry Moore Helen Moorehead Bonnie Morden Donald Moret Football Team Elects S veetheart Isn ' t it too bad there ' s only one captain? 167 Betty Morgan Lewis Nix Teresa Morgan Kathy O ' Quinn David Morrison Linda Ostrum Seniors u ' in a great gridiron victory over high-spirited Junior girls. Rivalry Runs High Between Jr.s and 168 Betty Outz Richard Parks Gail Parnelle John Pershing Judi Peters Dick Pettys Steve Poore Stephanie Post Chris Rankine John Renshaw Danny Rickett Ann Riley Sr. ' s in Traditional Powder Puff Bowl 169 Variety Show Coach Frasier sinfis out at Senior ' s Variety Show. Judilli Itolxils Ktliel Robertson Sherry Robinson Kllen Rogers Floyd Rogers l3ob Rudolph Lynn Scarborough Valerie Schall 170 Is Success With Faculty and Students Hugh Schutte Harold Sheppard Hard-working Beverly Burch washes marks of time off the cornerstone. Linda Schwefel Doug Shields Woody Seibert Louis Shubert Susie Sharkey Jane Simmons 171 People, parties, and punch . . . ingredients for Seniors ' dinner. Christmas Party Brightens Up Year Bobby SIuss Betsy Smalley Bill Smith Dana Smith Ray Smith Qaudia Sommerfield 172 Margaret Sommerville George Stelling Adele Suddath Ann Vorus Diane Spencer Chuck Stepter Karen Towns Jan Wainwright Elizabeth Slanfield Buz Stone Jimmy Vansant Jean Wallis Shelley Steinman Connie Stubblefield Mary Vlass Mary Walton 173 Bill Washburn Dell Webster Sue Ann Washington Sandra Wells David Watts Barry White Lyn Webb Diane Willey George Williams Diane Wilson ' Jim Windham Tom Wright Ann Wurresche Susan Young 174 The Junior-Senior Climaxes School Year For what are these Senior girls wishing? 175 V. " 176 Every human being is intended to have a character of his own ; to be what no other is, and do what no other can do. CHANNING R E P R E S E N T A T I V E S 177 As president and vice-president of the Senior class, John Renshaw and Jan Allen are in charge of Senior class meetings. Representatives Are As president of the Science Club, Jan Allen has inspired its mennbers with nnany new ideas, such as going spelunking and climbing through muddy caves. While at North Fulton, Jan has been a Varsity cheerleader, a member of Rabun Gap and Junior Civitan. Jan was also elected to hlomecoming Court and vice- president of her class during her Senior Year. Chosen " The Most Valuable Senior " by his classmembers, John Renshaw has proved himself worthy of this award. During his years at North Fulton, John has been engaged in athletics as a football player and also as a shot-putt thrower in track. These athletic achievements have entitled him to become a member of the Bulldog Club. As president of the Senior class, John has seen much duty tying papers to raise money for the Senior luncheon. A member of many clubs and activities, Jo Ann King has also maintained good grades during her high school years. Jo Ann was chosen a member of the hlomecoming Court and at one time she was elected vice-president of her class. A member of hHonor Society, Tallulah Falls, and the Annual Business Staff, Jo Ann has been vice-president of Junior Civitan and Letter Club and treas- urer of Fellowship. Everyone who attended the Fellowship Retreat will not soon forget the fabulous sound of Vv ayman Bishop playing the drums during evening recreation. Selling ads has been one of V ayman ' s main concerns during his last two years at North Fulton as a mem- ber of the Annual Business Staff. Wayman has served as treasurer of his class and has also been a member of Junior Civitan. Jo Ann King and Wayman Bishop can smile once again after $3,500 worth of ails have been collected for the annual. 178 Foundation of Organizations, Activities 179 Honored Seniors, Deserving of Praise 180 i . 1 ll i V PrT r ' Janie De Guertther and Charles Driskell pause for cool rejreshment at the end of a busy day. Although Janle De Guenther has only been at North Fulton for two years, she stands out as one of the most representative of the representatives. Janie ' s many new friends chose her first runner-up for the 1962-63 Home- coming Queen, and her classmates elected her secretary of the Senior class. In North Fulton ' s clubs, Janie has been a member of Tallulah Falls and a very avid partici- pant in the Dramatic Club. All the members of North Fulton ' s 1962-63 Battle Group will cherish fond memories of their able com- mander — Charles Driskell. Leadership of the Military Department, however, was only one of his high school accomplishments. Charlie has been a member of Wheel Club, of which he was elected treasurer, and Honor Society, which he served as president. Having an interest in the arts, he also played a role in the Senior Play. By taking a large part in the school ' s activities and clubs, Karen Moore has excelled in many of the different facets of North Fulton. As a member of the Special Choir, she has utilized her talents as a pianist for this organization. Karen has served as secretary of Wheel Club and has been a member of Tallulah Falls. In scholas- tic achievement, she has kept a high average and is a member of Beta Club. Bright and early on Monday mornings, she has assumed an active role in Student Council. Joe McDonald has been a distinguished member of his class during his years at North Fulton. During his Senior year, he was elected president of the Mixed Choir, of which he had been a long-standing member. On account of his scholastic average, he has been a member of Beta Club. Joe has also been a member of Wheel Club and he took part In the Senior play. Waiting for the end of lunch, Karen Moore and Joe McDonald converse at school. 181 Two tough obstacles on any court or athletic field, Susan McDonald and Bill Helms stand prepared jor their games. Hearty laughter and a half-grin are characteristics of Susan McDonald. Although she participates in two varsity sports each year, girls ' basketball and tennis, she still manages to involve herself with other activities. President of Tallulah Falls and a member of Junior Civitan, Susan also finds time to qualify for member- ship in hlonor Society with a high scholastic average and to cast her vote in Student Council. Bill tHelms is also relatively new at North Fulton, since he has only been a student here for two years. However, Bill, too, has become a valuable asset to the Senior class. A " three-letter " man, he has played football and basketball and thrown the " shot " in track. Along with his athletic accomplishments. Bill has managed to maintain a high scholastic average at North Fulton and to participate In the Bulldog and Key Clubs. Athletes Among Outstanding Seniors Clad in ISorth Fulton ' s symbols of athletic achieve- ment, Steve Landis and Peggy Bradford pause as they enter the gym. As a varsity cheerleader, Peggy Bradford has been seen dashing madly around in a frantic last-minute attempt to find an eighth grader who has not yet bought a football " victory ribbon. " Peggy has been a member of Rabun Gap and Inter-Club Council. This year she was chosen captain of the cheerleaders and second runner-up for Homecoming Queen, as well as being elected vice-president of Wheel Club. From singing in the Special Choir to flying over hurdles during track season, Steve Landis has partici- pated in many phases of school life. In addition to running track, Steve has also taken part in sports as a football player for the last five years. A member of Student Council, he was nominated for both treasurer and president of the school and has ranked in the top part of his class scholastically. 182 183 Service-Common Characteristic of 184 North Fulton ' s ' 63 Representatives Taking a break from studies, Jackie Fain and Charles Greenfield enjoy a lighter side of the library ' s literature. John Pershing and Judy Johnson, pres- ident of North Fulton, make announce- ments over the public address system during homeroom. Jackie Fain has achieved many outstanding accomplishments during the last five years. A varsity cheerleader, she has been a member of Junior Civitan and hlonor Society, as well as being chosen the 1962 Homecoming Queen and being Program Chairman of Fellowship. Jackie has also displayed her musical abilities by winning the Junior Civitan Talent Contest in 1 960 for the entire state. In both athletics and activities, Charles Greenfield has had an active role. Throughout high school Charles has been a football and a baseball player, and for two years he has served as president of his class. Always the person with ideas for new projects, Charles has also been a member of Student Council, Bulldog Club, and Junior Civitan. The friendly smile of Judy Johnson has warmed the hearts of many lonesome eighth graders. While at North Fulton, Judy has been active in both clubs and activities. She has been both the secretary and the vice-president of her class, and last spring she was elected vice-presi- dent of the student body. Participating in clubs, Judy is a member of Rabun Gap and Junior Civitan. John (the man with many jobs) Pershing has been a member of almost every activity North Fulton offers. Combining a great twisting ability with his duties as president of North Fulton and City-Wide Student Council, as governor of Junior Civltans, and as an editor on Annual Staff, he has had a busy Senior year. Also a member of hlonor Society and Beta Club, John has maintained a high scholastic average throughout high school. Discussing peace terms between their two staffs, editors Sandra Jansen and Alex Harder seize a rare moment and eat lunch together. Representatives Exemplify Excellence During one of the infrequent times when chaos has subsided in the Annual room, Dennis Berry and Lynn Scarborough work on their sections. Each month when The Scribbler finally rolls off the press, Alex hlurder breathes a sigh of relief, for his main job this year has been publishing our school newspaper. Listed among Alex ' s other accomplishments in high school are his presidency of Wheel Club and Inter-Club Council, and his excellent ability to translate Latin by sight. Sandra Jansen has participated in such school activi- ties as Inter-Club Council, of which she is secretary, and Delta Club, of which she is president. Employing her artistic abilities, Sandra has held the position of editor of the Hi-Ways during her Senior year. As president of Quill and Scroll, a member of Junior Civitan and Honor Society, and chairman of one of the Fellowship projects, Dennis Berry has been active in many different school activities. On account of his love for rocketry, Dennis has been an avid chemistry and physi cs student, performing many interesting, and explosive, experiments at home and at school. After suffering from writer ' s cramp as secretary of the student body, Lynn Scarborough has nevertheless worked energetically in many clubs and activities. A member of Raburn Gap and Junior Civitan, Lynn was elected to the Homecoming Court. Her scholastic record has enabled her to join National Honor Society, which she serves as vice-president, and Beta Club. Lynn has also been a member of the Annual Staff. 186 187 New Rings, Invitations, and Party ABLE, GENE— 2355 Palmour Dr. Apt, 8-A. Entered from Carlisle Military 1. Activities: Baseliall 2. 3; Library Staff 2; Libran ' Qub 3; Science Club 4. ADAMS, BOB 2207 Willow Ave. Entered from E. Rivers 1. .Activi- ties: Choir 1; Officers ' Club 5: Spanish Club 2; Dramatic Club 3; Milita ry Aide 3-5. AKIN, DICK— 2420 Peaohlree Rd. ALGERS, MIDGE— 925 Crane Rd. Entered from Grady 2. .Activities: French Club 3, 4; Delta Qub 5. ALLEN, JAN— 132 Laurel Dr. En- tered from Jim Cherry 1. .Activi- ties: Jr. Civitan 4, S: Science Qub .S; Girls " Letter Club 35; Rabun Gap 4, 5; Cheerleading 1, 2, 4; Senior Class Vice-Presi- dent 5; Spanish Qub 2; Jr. Civi- tan Jr. 3; Student Council 4; Senior Cabinet 5. ANDERSON HI, HARRY— 2955 Piedmont Rd. Entered from Fes- tus Elementary 1. Activities: Jr. Civitan 5; Dramatic Club 3-5; Science Qub 4, 5; Varsity Tennis 4, 5; Varsity Golf 5; Band 2-4; B-Team Track 3; Jr.Sr. Dance Committee 4; Fellowship Council. ARNOLD, JULIA— 660 Burke Rd. Entered from Garden Hills L .Ac- tivities: G.A.A. 1-3; Basketball manager 3-5; Y-Teens2-4; Drama- tic Club 3-5; Dramatic Club Play 3. BARKER, RICHIE— 2633 East Wes- ley Ter.. Apt. 6. Entered from Garden Hills 1. Activities: C-Team Football; Varsity Cross Country 3-5; B-Team Track 2; Varsity Track 3, 5. BARRETT, CHAN — 4765 Cherry- wood Lane. Entered from Garden Hills 1. -Activities: Science Club; Track; Teacher ' s .Aide; Quill and Scroll; Spanish Qub; Scribbler Staflf. BENSON, LAWRENCE— 189 Rum- son Rd. Entered from Garden Hills ]. B-Team Track 2, 3; Var- sity Track 5; Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, 5; Library Aide 2; Student Council 5; .Allied Medical Careers Club 5. BERRY, DENNIS -2199 Stephen Long Dr. Entered from E. Rivers 1. .Activities: Annual Staff 4, 5; National Honor Society 5; Beta Club 4, 5; Quill and .Scroll 4, 5, President 5; Jr. Civitan 5; Latin Club 2-5. President 5; Science Qub 1-5; Band 1-3; Track; Cross Country. BIRO, KATALIN— 767 East Wes- ley Rd., Apt. 6. BISHOP, WAYMAN— 800 Lindbergh Dr. Entered from Medlock School 1. .Activities: Quill and Scroll 4, 5; Annual Business Staff 4, 5; Jr. Civitan 4, 5; Junior Qass Treas- urer 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Band 1-4; B-Team Track 3; Art Club 3, President 3; Jr.-Sr, Dance Com- mittee 4; French Club 2. BLACKMAN, TED— 27 Maddox Dr. Entered from Carrollton High 2. .Activities: Latin Club 2-5; French Club 4, 5; Quill and Scroll 4, 5; Beta Club 4, 5; National Honor Society 5; Assistant Editor of Scribbler 5. BLACKWELL, BETTY — Entered from Columbus High 3. .Activi- ties: Y-Teens 4, 5; Delta Club 4, 5; FH.A 5; Red Cross Represen- tative 5; Girls ' Basketball 4. BLALOCK, BILL — 2387 Palmour Dr.. .Apt. .A-2. Entered from Tiflon High School 3. .Activities: Jr. High Football 1, 2; Hi-Y 1-3; Varsity Football 3; Varsity Track 3; Homeroom President 3. BOLEN. DIANA — 420 Brentwood Dr. Entered from Lena H. Cox. Activities: G. A. A. 1, 2; Y-Teens 3-5; Spanish Club 2, 3; French Qub 4; FHA 4, 5; B-Team Bas- ketball 2-4. BOYD. RITHANNA— 679 Darling- ton Rd. Entered from Garden Hills 1. Activities: National Hon- or Society 4, 5; Beta Club 4, 5; Special Choir 1-5; Latin Club 3-5; Dramatic Qub 4, 5; Y-Teens 1-4; FHA 1, 2; Teacher ' s .Aide 4; Scribbler Representative 5; Fel- lowship Council 3, 4. BRADFORD, PEGGY — 3724 Ver- mont Rd. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. .Activities: Cheerleading 1, 4, 5, Captain 5; Wheel Club 4, 5, Chaplain 4, Vice-President 5; Rabun Gap 4, 5; Girls ' Letter Qub 5; Military Sponsor 4; In- terclub Council 5; Fellowship Council 4, 5; Homecoming Court 5; Football Sweetheart 5. BROOKS. DIANE — 279 Lakeview .Ave. Entered from Garden Hills 1. Activities: Beta Club 4, 5; Sen- ior Cabinet 5; Y-Teens 1-5; Scrib- bler Representative 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; French Club 2; Red Cross Representative 2, 3; FHA 2, 3. BROOKSHIRE, VICKY — 2288-A Lindmont Cir. Entered from Southwest DeKalb 2. .Activities: G. ,A. .A. 3; Y-Teens 3; Dramatic Club 5; Teacher ' s Aide 3-5. BROOM, J. W.— 3140 Merrick Dr. Entered from West Orange High. -Activities: Chess Club 2; Bowling 2, 3; Library Aide 3; Photogra- phy Qub 4. BROWN, JUDY — 3230 Peachtree Rd. Entered from D. F. .McClatch- ey 1. .Activities: Y-Teens 1-3; -An- nual Representative 2; Home Room President 1 ; Pepperettes 5 ; Spanish Qub 2; Dramatic Qub 1-5; Girls ' Letter Club 5. BINZL. RICHARD — 3755 Wieuca Rd. Entered from Sarah Smith 1. Activities: World Affairs Club 2; Tennis 3; Spanish Club 3; .An- nual Staff 4, 5; NCO Qub 3. BURCH, BEVERLY— 522 E. Wes- ley Rd. Entered from Garden Hills 1. .Activities: National Honor Society 5; Quill and Scroll 4, 5; Beta Club 4, 5; Annual Staff 4, 5; Senior Cabinet 5; Cheerleading 1; Rabun Gap 4, 5; Wheel Club 5; French Qub 2-4; Counselor ' s Aide .5. BUTLER. BONNIE — 2890 North Hills Dr. CARNES. JACK — 3472 Piedmont Rd. Activities: Football 1, 2; Bas- ketball 1; Baseball 1. 2; Golf 3-5; Wrestling 3 ; Student Council 1 ; Spanish Qub 2; .Annual Repre- sentative 2. CARROLL, JOE — 272 Springdale iDr. Entered from Briarcliff 2. .Ac- tivities: Basketball 1, 3-5; Base- ball 1, 3-5; Latin Club 4; Spanish Club 4; Jr. Civitan 4; Officers ' Qub 5; Dramatic Club 3. CHARNLEY, NANCY — 585 Mar- tina Dr. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Activities: Y-Teens 1-4; G. A. A. 1, 2; Mixed Choir 2-5; Dra- matic Club 2-5; Dramatic Club Play 3; French Qub 4, 5; Home Room Secretary 4. CHRISTENSEN, KAREN - 2580 Winslow Dr. Entered from Garden Hills 1. Activities: .Annual Repre- sentative 1, 3, 4; French Qub 2, 3; Spanish Qub 4. 5; Dramatic Club 4; Mixed Choir 3-5; Art Club 1. CLARKE. MARIANNE— 3508 Rock- haven Circle. COATS, DI-XIE— 2436-B Adina Dr. Entered from Rock Springs 1. Ac- tivities: Spanish Qub 3-5. Presi- dent 5; Inter-Club Council 4, 5; Rabun Gap 5; G. A. A. 1; Red Cross Representative 4; Y-Teens 3, 4. COHEN, BONNER — 1315 Victor Rd. Entered from Rock Springs 1. .Activities: Track 2-5; Wres- tling 5; Cross Country 5; Span- ish Club 5. COLE, MARCIA— 2220-B Lindmont Circle. Entered from Rock Springs 1. .Activities: Y-Teens 1, 2; Cheer- leading 2; Spanish Club 2; Beta Qub 5. CONNOR, DOVE — ,3511 Roxboro Rd. .Activities: Student Council 1; Red Cross Representative 1 ; V- Teens 1, 2; Dramatic Club 2-4; French Club 2; Home Room Vice- President 2, 4; Home Room Secre- tary 3; Annual Representative 5. COWAN, CHERYL— 2.S09 Melante Dr. Entered from Franklin County Grammar School, 1. .Activities: Latin Club 2-5; Allied Medical Careers Qub 4, 5; Future Nurses ' Club 3. CROUCH, KATHLEEN— 3760 Nar- more Dr. Entered from Jefferson 1. . ctivities: Dramatic Club 2, 4, 5; Art Club 3-5; French Qub 2, 3. CUCTCH, ALLAN— 4530 Peachtree- Dunwoody Rd. Entered from San- dy Springs. .Activities: NCO Qub; Quill and Scroll; Military Aide 4, 5; Scribbler Staff 5; Inter-Qub Council 5; Officers ' Qub 5; Mar- shal 4. CURRY, SUZY— 1097 Lee Circle. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. -Ac- tivities: National Honor Society 4, 5, Correspondence Secretary 5; Beta Club 4, 5; Rabun Gap 5; Y- Teens 2-4; G. A. A. 1, 2; FHA 4; Dramatic Club 4, 5 ; Homeroom Secretary 5; French Club 3. DARDEN, TRIXIE— 2984-B Moros- go PI. Elntered from Myers Park High 3. -Activities: Choir 5. DAVENPORT, JOHN— 1085 StovaU Blvd. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. -Activities: Football 1-5; Track 1-3: Basketball 1; Wrestling 4; Spanish Club 3, 4. DAVIS. SALLY— 1770 Flagler Ave. Entered from Garden Hills 1. .Ac- tivities: Red Cross Representative 5; Library Staff 3; Choir 1; .Mar- shal 4. DAVIS. SUSAN — 922 Canterbury Rd. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. .Activities: .Art Qub 1; Y-Teens 1-4: French Club 2-4; Rabun Gap 5; GAA 1; Dramatic Qub 1. 2. DAY, TERRY— 35 Sheridan Dr., .Apt. 7. Entered from Ft. Lauder- dale High 4. .Activities: Tri-Hi-Y 3. 4; French Club 3. 4; Latin Club 3. 4; Senior Cabinet 5. DEGUENTHER. JANIE— 3741 Ver- mont Rd. Entered from Fremont High. Activities: Senior Qass Sec- retary 5; Military Sponsor 5; Homecoming Court 5; Tallulah Falls 5 ; Senior Cabinet 5 ; Dra- matic Club 4, 5; Girls ' Letter Qub 5; Latin Qub 4, 5; Swim- ming Team 4. DOWNS, PATTY — 4137 Ro.swell Rd. Entered from D. F. -McClatch- ey 1. -Activities: Dramatic Club 3; Student Council 2; Cheerleading 2, 4, 5; Tallulah Falls 4, 5; Girls ' Letter Qub 4; Jr. Civitan 3-5; Miss Jr. Gvitan Jr. 3; Miss Jr. Civitan 4; French Qub; Y-Teens. DOUNIS, GEORGE— 3805 Ivy Une. Entered from Pershing Jr. High 1. .Activities: Track 1-5; Football 1-5; Wrestling 4, 5; Special Choir 2-5; Key Club 4. 5. President 5; Bulldog Club 4, 5; Freshman ( " lass Treasurer 2. Jr. Civitan Jr. 2. 188 Mark Class Of ' 63 Steve Poore, Janie DeGuenther, John Ren- shaw, and Joe MacDonald officiate at Senior meeting. DRTSKELL. CHARLES 2893 Look- out PI. Entered from Rock Springs 1. Activities: Beta Qub 4, 5; Wheel Qub 5. Treasurer 5; Na- tional Honor Society 4, 5. Presi- dent 5; Student Council 5: Inter- Club Council 5; Officers ' Oub 4, 5; Spanish Qub 4; Rifle Team 4. 5, Captain 4; Science Club 5, Treasurer 5; Track 2, 3. DRODY, CAROL— 1990 E. Roxboro Rd. Entered from Cross Keys High 2. Activities: Latin Club 3, 4; Rabun Gap 5: Y-Teens 3: Dra- matic Club 3. 4; FHA 5; Mixed Choir 2-5. DROHAN, ROSEMARY— 255 Rum- son Rd. Entered from Garden Hills 1. Activities: Y-Teens 2, 4; Powder Puff Football 4. 5: Dra- matic Club 5; Senior Cabinet 5; Spanish Qub 4; Manager Girls ' Soft Ball 4. DUFFY, JAMES— 2427-B Morosgo Way. Entered from Marist College 2. Activities: Football 1, 2; Base- ball 1, 2; Track 1; Marshal. DURRETT, NAN — 3770 North Stratford Rd. Entered from Sarah Smith 1. Activities: Basketball 1, 2; Girls ' Choir 2; Mixed Choir 3-5; GAA 2; Latin Club 2, 3; French Club 4, 5; FHA 3; Y- Teens 4; Rabun Gap 4, 5. DYAS. NANNETTE--194 Cochise Dr. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. .Activities: Basketball 1-3; GA.-V 1-3; Y-Teens 1-3; Latin Club 2. ECHOLS, LINDA- 99 Burke Rd. Entered from Briarcliff 3. Activi- ties: Softball 3, 4; Library Aide 3. 5; Y-Teens 4; Dramatic Qub 5. EDWARDS, JUDY— 411 Springdale Dr. Entered from Garden Hills 1. Activities: Red Cross 2, Secretary and Treasurer 2; Latin Club 2; Y-Teens 2; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Student Council 3; Mixed Choir 2-5; Spanish Qub 4. 5, Chaplain 5; Tallulah Falls 4, 5; Jr. Civitan 4, 5, Safety Chairman 5; Beta Qub 4, 5, Chaplain 4, 5. EIDSON. WENDY — 229 Rumson Rd. Entered from Garden Hills 1. Activities: Red Cross 1, 3, 5, Sec- retary 5; GAA 1-3; Annual Rep- resentative 2; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Latin Club 2, 3; French Club 4, 5; National Honor Society 5, Secretary 5; Band 1-5; Majorette 3-5, Head Majorette 5. ERVIN, ANN— 315 Springdale Dr. Entered from Dublin High School 4. .Activities: Y-Teens 4; Student Council 4; Mixed Choir 4, 5; Rabun Gap 5 ; Science Club 5. ESTES, DALE— 2922 Lookout Place. Entered from Garden Hills 1. Ac- tivities; Y-Teens 2. 5; FHA 4, 5; Spanish Club 2; Special Choir 4, 5; Rabun Gap 5. FAIN, JACQUELINE — 4508 Qub Drive. Entered from D. F. Mc- Qatchey 1. Activities: Jr. Civitan Jr. 2, 3, Chaplain 3; Jr. Qvitan 4, 5, Chaplain 4; Fellowship 1-5, Officer 2-5; Student Council 3, 5; Girls ' Letter Qub 3-5, Secretary 5; Cheerleading 1. 2, 3, 5, Co-cap- tain 3; Homecoming Queen 5; Tallulah Falls 4, 5, Secretary 5; National Honor Society 4, 5, Chap- lain; Beta Qub 4, 5. GAIR, FRANK— 774 East Wesley. GERDES, LAWRENCE— 2988 Len- nox Rd. GEORGE, CAROLYN— 2617 Sha- rondale Dr. Entered from Garden Hills 1. Activities: National Hon- or Society 5; Delta Club 4; Tal- lulah Falls 5; Jr. Qvitan Jr. 2, 3; Wheel Qub 4, 5; Annual Staff 4, 5; French Qub 2-5; Girls ' Let- ter Qub 3-5; Cheerleading 1-5, Co-captain 5; Homecoming Court 5. GREENnELD, CHARLES— 15 Arc Way. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Activities: Qass President 1, 4; Class Treasurer 3; Student Coun- cil 1, 3, 4. 5; Basketball 1, 3; Jr. Qvitan 3-5; Beta Qub 5; Wres- tling 4; Bulldog Club 4, 5; Base- ball 1, 3-5; Football 1, 3-5. HAFFEN. PHIL— 351 Delmont Dr. Entered from E. L. Connally 1. .Activities; C-Team Track 1; B- Team Track 2; Varsity Track 3 ; Spanish Qub 3; Senior Cabinet 5. HALFEN, TOM— 3109 W. Roxboro Rd. Entered from Marist College 4. Activities: Color Guard 4; Of- ficers ' Qub 5; Projector Qub 5; Dramatic Club 5; Scribbler Staff 5. HAMBURGER, JUDY— 3060 Pharr Ct. 413. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Activities: Y-Teens 1, 2; GAA 1, 2; French Club 2, 3; Ad Club 2, 3; Student Council 3; Senior Cabinet 5 ; Teen Board 4, 5. HANGER, BILL— 36 W. Brookhav- en Dr. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Activities: French Club 2; Spe- cial Choir 3-5; Wrestling 5. HARRILL, JOHN — 333 Peachtree Hills Ave., Apt. A-2. 189 Pretty queens, Sandra and Sue, share spot- light at their debut as Judy Kohn presides over coronation. HARRISON, ELIZABETH — 115 Rumson Rtl. Entered from Gar- den Hills 1. Activities: French Club 1-3; Y-Teens 1; Cheerlead- ing 1; Dramatic Club 3; Marshal 4, 5: X Tieel Club 4. 5; Delta Club 4, 5: Allied Medical Careers Club 5; Student Council 2. HASKINS, JOHN— 1865 Wellbourne Ave. Entered from Morningside 1. Activities: Radio Club 1. Lan- guage Lab Aide 5; Band 1, 2; Pro- jector Qub 1, 2, 4; Special Choir 4. 5: Audio-Visual Aide 1, 2, 4; Dramatic Club 4. HAYES, DOTTIE— 3936 Club Dr. Entered from D. F. McClatchey 1. Activities: Girls ' Letter Club 2-5, Chaplain 4. President 5; Rabun Gap 3-5; GAA 1, 2; Swimming 2-5; Tennis 2-5; Basketball 2; Y- Teens 2, 3; Latin Club 2-4. HELMS, BILL — 3797 Peachlree- Dunwoody Rd. Entered from Westminster 4. . ' Activities: Varsity Football 4, 5, Co-captain 5; Var- sity Basketball 4, 5; Varsity Track 4, 5; Key Club 4, 5, Chap- lain 5; Bulldog Club 4, 5, Vice- President 5; Spanish Qub 4. HENDERSON, EDWARD — 250 Brighton Rd. Entered from West- minster 4. Activities: Football 1-3, 5; Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2; Student Council 5; Scribbler Staff 4, 5; Spanish Qub 4; Bull- dog Club 5; W CJub 3. HIEBER, RONNY — 2495 Sharon- dale Dr. Entered from E. Rivers 1. Activities: Football 1; Track 2, 3; Officer ' s Club 5; Latin Club 3. HIGHSMITH, LYNN — 2661 Ell- wood Dr. Entered from Garden Hills 1. Activities: Red Cross 1, 2; Choir 1-5; French Qub 3-5. HILL. RICKY— 3438 Roxboro Rd. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Ac- tivities: B-Team Track 2; Science Club 2. HINTON, FRANCES— 17 Roanoke Ave. Entered from Garden Hills 1. -Activities: GAA 1; Spanish Club 2; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Counsel- or ' s Aide 4; Library Aide 4; Mar- shal 3, 4; Cafeteria Aide 2; In- firmary Aide 2. HITCHCOCK, LEE— 4295 Lake- haven Dr. Entered from D. F. Mc- Clatchey 1. Activities: Y-Teens 2- 5. Directory Chairman 5; Special Choir 2-5; Rabun Gap 4, 5, Proj- ect Chairman 5; Wheel Club 5, Social Chairman 5; Senior Cabi- net 5; French Club 2-5; Home Room Sec.-Treas. 5, Vice-Presi- dent 4; .Annual Representative 3; Jr.-.Sr. Dance Committee 4. HOLCOMB, STARLING — 3529 Rockhaven Cir. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3, 5; Dramatic Qub 3-5; Y-Teens 2-4; Beta Club 5. HORNE, ANN— 3440 Roxboro Rd. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Ac- tivities: Y-Teens 1-3, Treasurer 1; French Club 2-5; Eh-amatic Qub 3; Girls ' Letter Club 3-5, Chap- lain 5, HULL, BILLY — 3071 Lenox Rd. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Activ- ities: B-Team Baseball 1-3; Bas- ketball Manager 2; Home Room President 2, 3, 5; Fellowship Of- ficer 5; Inter Club Council 5; Key Club 5; Wrestling 5. HURDER, .ALEX- 1075 Ferncliff Rd. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Activities: Track 1, 3; Quill and Scroll 4, 5; Beta Club 4, 5; Dra- matic Club 3-5, Secretary 4; Wheel Club 4, 5, President 5; Latin Club 2-5; Scribbler Staff 4, 5, Editor 5; Inter-Qub Council 5, President 5; National Honor Society 4, 5; Spanish Qub 2, 3. IRVING, HILL— 775 E. Wesley Rd. JANSEN, SANDRA— 554 Wimble- don Rd. Entered from Henry Grady 2. Activities: Editor-in- Chief of Annual 5; Delta Club 4, 5, Chaplain 4, President 5; Chair- man Pickett ' s Alley 5; Inter-Qub Council 5, Secretary 5; Jr. Civi- tain 3-5; Quill and Scroll 4. 5; Student Council 4; Teen Board Representative 5; Homecoming Court 5 ; Orientation Panel 5. JENNINGS, JUDY — 370 Alberta, Terrace, Apt. 6-C. Entered from Colezio Americano, Caracas, Ven- ezuela 3. Activities: Spanish Qub 4. JETT, JULIAN (BO)— 3325 Peach- tree Rd. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Activities: Jr. Civitan Jr. 2, 3; Jr. Gvitan 4, 5, President 5; In- ter-Club Council 5; C-Team Foot- ball 1, C-Team Basketball 1; C- Team Track 1 ; B-Team Football 2, 3; B-Team Basketball 2; B- Team Track 2, 3. JOHNS, DAVIDA— 705 Martina Dr. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Ac- tivities: Y-Teens 3; Basketball 1, 2; Mixed Choir 2; GAA 1-3; Art Qub 1, 4; Teacher ' s Aide 5. JOHNSON, JUDY — 3699 Ivy Rd. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Ac- tivities: Y-Teens 1, 2, President 1, 2; Latin Club 2, 3; French Club 4. 5; Rabun Gap 4, 5; Jr. Civitan 2-5; Class Officer 2-4; Stu- dent Cxjuncil 4, 5; Student Cabi- net 4, 5; Homecoming Court 5; Student Body Vice-President 5. Royalty Reigns at the Tallulah Falls, 190 JOHNSON, MIKE— 594 Wimbledon Rd., Apt. A-1. Entered from Hart- ford High, Hartford, Connecticut. Activities: Swimming Team 4, Co- Captain 4; Tennis Team 4; Stu- dent Council 2; French Club 5. JOHNSON, RICKY— 2669 Sharon- dale Qrcle. Entered from Garden Hills 1. Activities: C-Team Track 1 ; B-Team Track 2, 3 ; Varsity Track 4, 5; Rifle Team 3-5; Offi- cers ' Club 4, 5. JOHNSTON, JO— 2507-B Morosgo Place. Entered from West Fulton 2. Activities: Band 3-5; Student Council 1, 2; Varsity Softball 4; FH. 2; Red Cross Representative 3-5; French Qub; Red Cross Council President 5. Honor Roll 2. JONES, REGGIE — 2275 Shenan- doah . ve. Entered from E. Rivers 1. Activities: C-Team Football 1, Captain 1 ; C-Team Basketball 1 ; B-Team Football 2, 3; B-Team Basketball; Varsity Football 4, 5; Special Choir 2-5, Honorary Pres- ident 5. Jr. Civitan Jr. 3. KEENEY, JOE— 767 E. Wesley Rd. Entered from Rock Springs 1. Ac- tivities: .Annual Representative 1; C-Team Football 1 ; C-Team Track 1; B-Team Football 2, 3; B-Team Track 2. 3; Jr. Civitan Jr. 3; Spanish Qub 2: Varsity Football 3. 4; Officers " Qub 4. KING. JO ANN— 2835 Springdale Dr. Entered from E. Rivers 1. .Activities: National Honor Soci- ety 5; Jr. Qvitan 4, 5; Vice-Pres- ident 5, Secretary 4; Beta Club 4, 5, Vice-President 5; Fellowship Treasurer 5; Homecoming Court 5; Pepperettes 2-5, Co-Captain 3, 4J Junior Qass Secretary 4; An- nual Business Staff 4, 5; Tallulah Falls 4, 5, Sergeant-at-. rms 5; Quill and Scroll 4, 5. KING, VICKI— 3781 Parian Ridge Rd. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Activities: C-Team Basketball 1; Varsity Basketball 2-5; Tennis 1- 4; Softball 4; Girls " Letter Club 4, 5, Treasurer 5; Y-Teens 1-4; FHA 3; GAA 1-3. KOCSIS, DIANNE— 4277 McQatch- ey Cir. Entered from D. F. Mc- Qatchey 1. Activities: Rabun Gap 4, 5; Dramatic Club 2-5, Historian 3; Y-Teens 1, 2; FHA 3; Latin Club 2; GAA L KOHN, JUDY— 2655 Pine Tree Rd. Entered from Garden Hills 1. Ac- tivities: National Honor Society 4, 5; Rabun Gap 4, 5, President 5; Jr. Civitan 2-5; .Annual Staff 4, 5; Beta Qub 4, 5; Quill and Scroll 4, 5; French Club 1, 3-5; Military Sponsor 4; GA. 1, 2; Cheerleading . L-ANDIS, STEVE— 3257 Mathieson Dr. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Activities: Football 1-5; Track 1-5; Student Council 3-5; Jr. Civi- tan Jr. 2, 3; Jr. Civitan 4: Bull- dog Qub 4, 5; Special Choir 2-5; Student Cabinet 4, 5. LANUM. JUDY— 2734 North Hills Dr. LAWHORN, CAROL— 3440 Rock- haven Circle. LENNOX, DAVID— 2 Prichard Way. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Ac- tivities: Beta Qub 4, 5; Quill and Scroll 4, 5; C-Team Football 1 ; C-Team Tra ck 1 ; B-Team Foot- ball 2, 3; B-Team Track 2; Var- sity Track 3-5; .Annual Staff 4, 5; Bulldog Qub 4, 5, Chaplain 5; Key Club 4, 5, Vice-President 5. LEONARD, KATHY— 2196-B Lind- mont Cir. Entered from Marston Jr. High. .San Diego. California. Activities: Libran Aide 4, 5; Spanish Club 4, 5; Tallulah Falls 5. LEVINE, ELAINE— 109 Peachtree Hills .Ave. Entered from E. Rivers 1. .Activities: Student Council 5; Tallulah Falls 4, 5; National Hon- or Society 5; Scribbler Repre- sentative 3; Beta Club 4, 5; Wheel Club 5; Quill And Scroll 5; Girls ' Letter Club 4, 5; Bouncing Bull- dogs 2; FHA 2, 3; Spanish Club 2-5. LIEB, JEAN— 3934 Forrest High- land Dr. Entered from Garden Hills 1. .Activities: Y-Teens 2, 3, 5, Vice- President 2; French Club 2, 3; Home Room President 2; Dramatic Qub 4; Spanish Qub 5; Inter-Club Council 5. LINDSAY, JUDY— 278 Rumson Rd. Entered from Garden Hills 1. .Activities: French Qub 2-5; Sec- retary 4; Vice-President 5; An- nual Business Staff 4. 5; Quill and Scroll 4. 5; Jr. Civitan 5; Y-Teens 1-5; Girls ' Letter Club 4. 5; Rabun Gap 4, 5; Dramatic Club 2-4; Military Sponsor 5; Home- coming Court 5. LUCAS, CAROLYN-43 Huntington Rd. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Activities: French Club 2-5; GA.A 2-4; Office Aide 5. LYON. CAROL ANNE— 752 Mar- tina Dr. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Activities: G.AA 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 5; French Qub 2-5; Field Day 4. .McDonald, joe— 23.58 Armand Rd. Entered from Newman Jr. High. Activities: Valentine King 4; Wheel Club 5, Service Chair- man 5; Beta Qub 5; Orientation Panel 5; Campaign Manager 4; Special Choir 2-5, President 5; Senior Qass Treasurer 5. McDonald. SUSAN— 241 Rum- son Rd. Entered from Garden Hills 1. Activities: Dramatic Qub 4; Y-Teens 2, 4; Girls ' Letter Club 3-5; Sgt.-at-Arms 5; Tallu- lah Falls 4, 5, Vice-President 4, President 5; Jr. Civitan 5; An- nual Representative 4; Varsity Basketball 2-5, Co-Captain 4; Var- sity Tennis 2-5; Student Council 5; Interclub Council 5. McIVER, BONNI— 3098 Peachtree Dr. Entered from Lovett 4. Ac- tivities: Choir 1. 2; Y-Teens 1-5; Art Staff of Newspaper 2, 3; Tallulah Falls 3, 5; Art -Staff of .Annual 2, 3. McNIEL, MIKE -2511 Buford High- way. McRAE, SARA JUNE— 2255 Mel- ante Dr. Entered from Rock Springs 1. .Activities: Latin Club 2, 3; Spanish Qub 4, 5; Mixed Choir 2-5; Dramatic Club 3-5, Historian 5; Scribbler Staff 4, 5; Feature Editor 5; Quill and Scroll 4, 5; Vice-President 5; Annual Representative 3; FHA 5; Y-Teens 4. MARTIN, GEN EV.A— 3734 Peach- tree Rd. .Apt. -A-4 Entered from E. Rivers 1. Activities: Beta Qub 4, 5; National Merit Semifinalist 5; .Annual Representative 4, 5; French Qub 2-5; Rabun Gap 5; Y-Teens 2; Dramatic Club 2; Girls " Choir 4; Glee Qub 3; Li- brary Aide 3, 4. MARTIN, GLORIA— 967 EulaUa Rd. Entered from Banks High. Activities: Y-Teens 3; Delta Qub 4, 5, Vice-President; Spanish Qub 4; Wheel Club 4, 5; FHA 1, 2. MEALS, GEORGE— 21% Virginia Place. Entered from E. Rivers 1. -Activities: C-Team Track 1; B- Team Track 2, 3; Spanish Club 2: Cross Country 4, 5; Varsity Track 4, 5; Science Club 2, 5; Dramatic Club 5; Quill and Scroll 4, 5; Scribbler Staff 4, 5; Beta Qub 5. MONCUS, LAURA— 2966 Grand- view Ave. Entered from Murphy. Dramatic Qub 5; Y-Teens 5. -MOORE, KAREN— 3805 Ivy Rd. Entered from Borel Jr. High. -Ac- tivities: Student Council 4; Red Cross Representative 3; Tallulah Falls 4, 5, Treasurer 4; Wheel Club 5, Secretary 5; Senior Ring Committee 4; Y-Teens 3, 4; FH.A; Orchestra 3, 4; Special Choir 2-5; Beta Club 5. -MOORE, LARRY— 3097 Peachtree Dr. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. -Activities: Red Cross Representa- tive 1; B-Team Football, Mgr. 2; B-Team Track 2, 3; Library -Aide 4, 5; Wheel Club 4, 5; Sgt. at Arms 4. MOOREHEAD, HELEN— 257 Rum- son Rd. Entered from Hill Street Jr. High. Activities: Y-Teens 2, 3, 5; Delta Qub 4, 5; FHA 3; Dramatic Club 5; Mixed Choir 3-5 ; Scribbler Rep. 3 ; Red Cross Rep. 5; Spanish Qub 4, 5; Latin Club 2, 3; GAA 1. MORDEN, BONNIE — 90 Carlton Dr. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Activities: Cheerleader 1 ; Y-Teens 1; Jr. Qvitan Jr. 2, 3; Annual Representative 2; Red Cross Re- presentative 3; Tallulah Falls 4, 5; Wheel Club 5; Senior Repre- sentative 5; Scribbler Representa- tive 5. MORET, DONALD— 380 Pinetree Dr. Entered from Garden Hills 1. .Activities: Military .Aide 5; Of- ficers ' Club 5. MORGAN, BETTY— 344.5 Stratford Rd. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. .Activities: .Annual Representative 1; Y-Teens 1-3; Pepperettes 2; Mixed Choir 2-5; Latin Club 2-4; Rabun Gap-Treasurer 4, Chaplain 5; Wheel Qub 4, 5; Beta Club 4, 5; National Honor Society 5; Senior Cabinet 5. MORGAN, TERESA— 2045 Lenox Rd. Entered from Rock Springs 1. Activities: Student Council 1, 3, 5; Delta Club 4, 5, Secretary 5; Wheel Qub 5; Spanish Qub; FHA 3-5, President 4: Y-Teens 2, 3; Science Qub 5. MORRISON, DAVID— 2876 Elliott Cir. Entered from Garden Hills. Activities: Officers Club 5; Rifle Team 5; Golf Team. MURRAY, GEORGE— 65 Highland Dr. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Activities: C-Team Track 1; Rifle Team 3-5. NIX, LEWIS— 12 Peachtree Ave. -Apt. 3 Entered from Telfair Coun- ty McRae, Ga. 4. .Activities: De- bating Team 3; Hi-Y 2, 3; Latin Club 3; French Club 4, 5; Drama- tic Club 4; Beta Club 4, 5; Science Qub 5; Invitations Com- mittee 5. 0 " QUINN. KATHY — 2883 North Fulton Dr. Entered from Glynn -Academy 4. Activities; Girls ' Choir 4; Spanish Qub 4. OSTROM, LINDA— 3787 Narmore Dr. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. -Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3; Y-Teens 1, 2; Dramatic Qub 2, 3; Girls ' Letter Qub 4, 5; Rabun Gap 4, 5; Bouncing Bulldogs 3. OTWELL, TERRY— 2299 Stephen Long Dr. Entered from Southwest. -Activities: Band 1-3; Tennis 4; Directing traffic 5. OUTZ, BETTY— 976 Ferncliff Rd. Entered from Qark Howell 1. Activities: .Annual Staff 4, 5; Quill and Scroll 4, 5; Tallulah Falls 4, 5; Beta Qub 4, 5; Junior Civitan 5; Senior Cabinet 5; Stu- dent Council 4; Chairman Jr.-Sr. Dance Committee 4; National Honor Society 5; Spanish Qub 2, 3. PARKS, RICHARD — 2303 Pern- brook PI. Entered from Marist 5. Activities: Wrestling 1; Basket- ball 2. PARNELLE, GAIL— 36 Peachtree Ave. Entered from Garden Hills 1. Activities: Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Art Qub 3, 4; Spanish Qub 4; Latin Qub 2; Quill and Scroll 5. Rabun Gap Valentine Formal 191 Shares Of Happiness Bring Christmas PERSHING. JOHN— 4177 Wieuca Rd. Entered from Sarah Smith 1. Activities: Student Council 4-5; Student Cabinet 4, 5; Honor So- ciety 5: Beta Qub 4. 5; Quill and Scroll 4, 5; Jr. Civitan 4, 5; Jr. Civitan Jr. 2. 3: Latin Qub 2-5; Band 1-3; .Annual Staff 4, 5; President Student Body 5. PETERS. JUDY— 1175 LaVista Rd. .Apt. 305. Entered from Gordon High School 4. .Activities: Choir 4. 5. PETTYS. DICK— 675 E. Pelham Rd. Entered from Morningside. .Ac- tivities: Band 1-5; Dance Band 2; Spanish Qub 4; Quill and Scroll 4. 5. POORE. STEVE -833 Martina Dr. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Activi- ties: Football 1; Basketball 1; Officers ' Club 5. POST, STEPHANIE— 2718 Atwood Rd. RANKINE, CHRIS— 375 Brentwood Dr. Entered from Garden Hills 1. .Activities: Football 1; Track 1; Basketball 1. 2. 5; Varsity Golf 3-5; Mixed Choir 2-5; Allied Medical Careers Club 4. 5. Presi- dent 5; Inter-Qub Council 5; Spanish Club 2. 3. RENSHAW. JOHN— 981 Lindbergh Dr. .Activities: President Senior Qass 5; Bulldog Qub 4. 5, Presi- dent 5; Student Council 5: Senior Cabinet 5; C-Team Football 1; C-Team Track 1 ; B-Team Foot- ball 2; B-Team Track 2; Varsity Football 3-5; Varsity " Track 3-5. RICKETT, DANNT— 2435 Pinetree Rd. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. .Activities: C-Team Tr ack 1 ; -Audio Visual .Aid 4; 5. RILEY, ANNE— 700 Greenview Ave. Entered from Sacred Heart 1. .Activities: Quill and Scroll 5: Senior Cabinet 5; Spanish Club 4, 5; Senior Y-Teens 4, 5; Dra- matic Qub 5; G.A.A 1; Red Cross Representative 4; Choir 1; Scrib- bler Representative 4. ROBERTS, Jl.DITH— 943 Linbergh Dr. Entered from DeLand Senior High. DeLand, Florida; Choir 5; Senior Play 5. ROBERTSON, ETHEL— 2.596 Park- side Dr. Entered from .Academy of Richmond County 5. .Activities: Basketball 1-5; Tennis 4. 5; Stu- dent Council 4, 5; Tallulah Falls 5; Girls ' Letter Club 5; Jr. GAA 1-3, Vice President 2, President 3, Sr. GA.A 4; Vice-President 4. ROBISON. SHERRY— 3727 Peach- tree Rd. .Apt. 7. Entered from Decatur. .Activities: Band 3-5; Red Cross Representative 4. 5; Basketball 3-5; Latin Club 4; Dramatics 3. ROGERS, ELLEN — 2724 Atwood Rd. Entered from Garden Hills. .Activities: .Annual .Staff 4, 5; Na- tional Honor .Society 5; Science Club 5; French Club 2-4. ROGERS, FLOYD — 2234 Edison Ave. RLJCKER, FRED— 703 Lakeshore Circle. RriX)LPH. BOB— 2,365 Armand Rd. SCARBOROUGH. LYNN 1610 Qub Ter. .Activities: Student Council 3, 4, 5; Student Cabinet 4, 5; Secretary of Student Coun- cil 4; Vice-President of Qass 2; Vice-President Honor Society 5; Beta Club 5; Rabun Gap 4, 5; Quill and Scroll 4, 5; Jr. Civitan 4, 5. SCHALL. VALERIE— tlO Hilder- brand Dr. Entered from Sandy .Springs 2. .Activities: Y-Teens 2; Swimming team 2-5; Letter Qub 5; Senior Cabinet 5; -Spanish Club 2; French Club 4. SCHUBERT. L0U1.S— 4710 Kitty Hawk PI. Entered from Darlington Rome. Ga. Basketball 3; Choir 3. 4; Red Cross Representative 4; Track 1. 2; Spanish Club 4; -Math Qub 1. 2; Science Club 1. 2. SCHUTTE. HUGH— 3326 Wooddale Dr. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Activities: C-Team Football 1: C-Team Track 1 ; B-Team Foot- ball 2, 3; Jr. Civitan Jr. 3; Var- sitv Football 4. 5; Bulldog Qub 5; Scribbler Staff 5; Quill and Scroll 4, 5; Officers ' Qub 5. SCHWEFEL, LINDA — 4136 N. Stratford Rd. .Activities: Senior Cabinet 5: Bouncing Bulldogs 3; Tallulah Falls 4, 5; Student Coun- cil 2; Bank Representative 1; French Club 2-5; Y-Teens 1, 2, 5; G.AA 3; Red Cross Representative 3. SECKINGER. BOBBY— 3100 Lenox Rd. Entered from R. L. Hope. .Activities: B-Team Track 2; Mar- shall 4. 5. SEIBERT, WOODY— 645 Burke Rd. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. -Activi- ties: Track 1, 2; Basketball 1; Football 2; Spanish Qub 1, 2; Marshall 3, 4; Red Cross Repre- sentative 1 ; -Annual Representa- tive 2. SHARKEY. SUZ ' — 1117 Roxboro Dr. Entered from Wheat Ridge High School. UTieat Ridge. Colo- rado 4. Activities: Rabun Gap 5; French Club 4, 5; Senior Cabinet 5; Military -Sponsor 5. SHEPPARD, HAROLD. JR.— 2653 Rirchwooil Dr. Entered from Gar- den Hills 1. .Activities: Track 1; Basketball 2; Jr. Civitan Jr. 3; Golf team 4; French Club 4, 5; Wheel Club 5; Varsity Basketball 5. SHIELDS, DOUG— 2375-B E. Lind- mont Ct. SIMMONS, JANE 397 Meadow- brook Dr. Entered from Rock Springs 1. .Activities: Y-Teens 2, 3; Delta Club 5; P.T.A. Repre- sentative 1; Spanish Qub 2; F.H.A. 1, 2; Dramatic Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2; Art Club 1. SLUSS, ROBERT— 2035 Fairhaven Circle. Entered from E. Rivers. Activities: Science Club 2; Tennis 3, 4; Baseball 3; Student Council 1. SMALLEY, BETSY — 455 Brent- wood Drive. Entered from Dorsey- ville School. Pittsburgh, Penn. .Activities; Y-Teens 1-5; French Qub 1-5; Dramatic Club 2-4; G..A..A. 1-3; Red Cross Representa- tive 2-3; President 3; Rabun Gap 4-5; Wheel Club 4-5. S.MITH, BILL— 2961 Hardman Ct. Entered from Skyland Elementary .School. .Activities: Choir 1-5; Track 1-3; Dramatic Qub 3; Al- lied -Medical Career Qub 4-5; Wheel Qub 5; Interclub Council 4; Quill and Scroll 5; Scribbler Reporter 5. SMITH. DAN.A— 2411 Shenandoah .Ave. Entered from E. Rivers 1. .Activities: C-Team Basketball 1; B-Team Track 3: Cafeteria .Aide 2; Cross Country 4, 5; Library Aide 5. SMITH. RAY— 2892 Roxboro Rd. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. -Ac- tivities: C-Team Track 1; B-Team Football 3; Varsity Football 4: Wrestling 5. SOMMERFIELD, CLAUDIA— 2921 Lenox Rd. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. -Activities: G.A.A 1; Dra- matic Qub 2. 3; Latin Club 2. 3; Library Aide 4. 5; Jr. Civitan 5; French Club 4, 5; Quill and Scroll 5; Tallulah Falls 5. SOMERVILLE, MARGARET— 3625 N. Stratford Rd. Entered from Sarah Smith 1. .Activities: Cheer- leading 1 ; Pepperettes 2-5, Cap- tain 5; Tallulah Falls 4, 5, Pro- ject Chairman 4. 5 ; Jr. Qvitan Jr. 3; Wheel Club 5; Girls ' Letter Qub 4, 5; Interclub Council 5; Y-Teens 2, 3; Student Council 5; GAA 1. SPENCER, DIANE— 987 Northrope Dr. Entered from Rock Springs 1. -Activities: Scribbler Staff 5, Busi- ness Manager 5: Rabun Gap 5; Quill and Scroll 4, 5; Y-Teens 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3; GAA 1; FH.A 4; Scribbler Reporter 4. STANFIELD, ELIZABETH— 1087 Lindridge Dr. Entered from Rock .Springs 1. .Activities: Rabun Gap 4. 5; National Honor Society 5; Mixed Choir 3-5; FHA 3-5. Chap- lain 4. Treasurers; .Annual Repre- sentative 4. 5; Red Cross Repre- sentative 3; Y-Teens 2. 3; Beta Club 4. 5; Science Club 5; Latin Club 2-5. STEINMAN. SHELLEY— 2970 W. Roxboro Rd. Entered from South Side Jr. High, Rockville Center, New York 2. Activities: French Qub 2, 3; TalluK-ih Falls 4. 5; Library Aide 4, 5; Teacher ' s .Aide 2. STEELING, GEORGE— 3879 Wie- uca Terrace. Entered from Sarah Smith 1. -Activities: Wrestling 5, Captain 5; Varsity Football 5; Student Council 5; Jr. Civitan 5; Special Choir 2-5; Science Club 5; .Annual Staff 4. 5; Quill and Scroll 4, 5; .Allied Medical Careers Club 5; Latin Qub 2-5. STEPTER, CHUCK— 3445 Ivy Rd. Entered from Garden Hills 1. .Ac- tivities: Science Qub 1, 5: Latin Club 2; B-Team Baseball 2; B- Team Track 3; .Allied Medical Careers Qub 4. 5; Golf 5. STONE, BUZ— 2786 Atwood Rd. Entered from G. M. A. 4. .Activi- ties: Literary Society 1; Glee Qub 1; Football 2. 3; Basketball 3; Baseball 3: Student Council 5; Varsity Basketball 5. STUBBLEFIELD. CONNIE — 2467 Sharondale Dr. SUDDATH, ADELE— 656 E. Paces Ferry Rd. Activities: Y-T eens 2-5; Officer 2; FHA 4; Basketball 1, 2; French Club 2-5; Scribbler Representative 2: Red Cross Rep- resentative 2; Library .Aide 2-4; G-A-A; Teacher ' s -Aide 3-5. TOWNS. K.AREN — 2364-B Adina Dr. Entered from Benjamen Rus- sel High School -Alexander City, -Alabama 4. .Activities: Y-Teens 5; FHA 5; GAA 4. VANSANT, JIM— 2613 Sharondale Dr. Entered from Garden Hills. -Activities: Student Council 1; Track 1; Spanish Qub 2; Mixed Choir 2-5, Treasurer 5 ; Football 3; Varsity Golf 3-5; Wrestling 3, 5; Wheel Qub 4, 5. VLASS, MARY— 2523 Sharondale Dr. Entered from Clark Howell 1. .Activities : B-Team Cheerleading 2. 3; arsity Cheerleading 4. 5; Wheel Club 5; Tallulah Falls 4, 5; Girls ' Letter Qub 3-5; Jr. Qvitan Jr. 3; Latin Qub 2. 3; Homecoming Court 5; .Annual Representative 3; French Club 4. 5. VORUS, ANN— 1101 Stovall Blvd. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. .Ac- tivities: Y-Teens 1. 2; GAA 2; Quill and Scroll 5; Latin Qub 2. 3; Military Sponsor 4, 5. WAINWRIGHT, JAN— 246 E. Wes- ley Rd. Entered from Rock Springs. .Activities: G.A.A 1; Latin Qub 2-5; Dramatic Qub 4, 5; .Allied Medical Careers Qub 4, 5; Future Nurses Qub 3; Beta Club 4, 5; Senior Cabinet 5; Red Qoss Representative 5; Powder Puff Team 5. WALTON, MARY— .3082 E. Shadow- lawn -Ave. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Activities: G.A.A 1; Y- Teens 1-4; FHA 3,4; Girls ' Choir 2; Mixed Choir .3-5; .Accompanist 2-5; Rabun Gap 4, 5; Latin Qub 2-5; Senior Cabinet 5. 192 To An Atlanta Family Mis. Barton helps separate bundles oj clothing for needy families at Christmas. WASHBURN, BILL— 3633 Haber- sham Rd. Entered from Sarah Smith. Activities: Varsity Foot- ball Manager 2-5 : arsity Base- ball 2-5; National Honor Society 5; Beta Qub, President 4, 5; Key Club. Secretary and Treasurer 4, 5: Basketball Manager 2, 3; Wrestling Manager 4; Science Qub 1. 5. Co-President ; Latin Qub 4. 5; . llied Medical Career Club 4. WASHINGTON, SUE ANN— 3591 Cloudland Dr. Entered from E. Rivers 1. Activities: Latin Qub 2, 3; Spanish Qub 2-5: Band 1-5; Majorette 4, Co-Captain 5; Rabun Gap 4, Vice-President 5; Jr. Civitan 5 : Scribbler Repre- sentative 5: Counselor . ide 5; Student Council 2; Senior Cabinet 5. WATTS. DAVID — 1761-B Lavista Rd. Entered from Briarclifl 3. Activities: Wrestling 4, 5: Spanish Qub 4: Beta Club 5; Homeroom ice-President 5; Military 3, 4. WEBB, LYNN— 1044 Lindbridge Dr. Entered from Rock Springs. Ac- tivities: Tallulah Falls 4. 5, Chap- Iain 4; Girls " Letter Qub 5; Jr. Civitan Jr. 2, 3; Jr. Civitan Ex- council 4. 5; Latin Qub 2. 3, Secretary 3; Spanish Club 4; Stu- dent Christian Fellowship Coun- cil 4. 5. Secretary 5; Pepperette 4; FHA 2-4; Student Council 5. WEBSTER, DELL— 3029 Dale Dr. Entered from R. L. Hope 1. Ac- tivities: Y-Teens 1: GAA 1; Latin Club 3-5; Senior Cabinet 5. WELLS, SANDRA— 1123 Lindridge Dr. Entered from E. Rivers. Ac- tivities: Jr. Civitan 5; Tallulah Falls 5; Quill and Scroll 5: Dra- matic Qub 2-5; Spanish Qub 2-5; Mixed Choir 5; FHA 3, 4; Y- Teens 2-4; Red Cross Representa- tive 2. WHITE. BARRY Rd. Entered from 553 E. Wesley Langford Jr. High Augusta. Georgia 2. Activi- ties: Quill and .Scroll 4: Track 3; Spanish Qub 4: Science Club 4; Dramatic Club 4; Wrestling 5; Scribbler 5; Inter-Qub Council 5; Wheel Club 5. WILLEY. DIANE— 2815 W. Rox- boro Rd. Entered from Terry Par- ker High. Jacksonville, Florida 1. Activities: Band 2-5, President 5; Beta Club 4, 5; Secretary 5; Latin Qub 2-5; Rabun Gap 5; FHA 3-5; Projects Chairman 4. Vice-President 5; Science Club 5, Secretary 5; Atlanta Science Con- gress 4, Bronze Key; Dramatic Qub 2, 5; Orchestra 4, 5; Y- Teens 2. WILLIAMS. GEORGE— 2037 Lenox Rd. Entered from Rock Springs. Activities: Varsity Track 3-5; Football 1-3; C and B Team Track 1, 2; Bulldog Club 5; Cross Coun- try 4, 5. WILSON, DIANE— 524 Dan Lane. Entered from Rock Springs. Ac- tivities: GAA 1; Y-Teens 3. 4; FHA 3-5; Treasurer 4: Audio Visual Aid 4; Rabun Gap 5; Spanish Qub 4. WINDHAM, JIMMY— 2805 North Hills Dr. Entered from Garden Hills. Activities: Jr. Civitan 5; Wrestling team 3-5: Beta Qub 4, 5; Project Chairman. Student Christian Fellowship 5; French Club 2-4; Annual Staff 4, 5; Quill and Scroll 4. 5: Cross Country 3. 4; Senior Cabinet 5; National Merit Scholarship letter of Com- mendation. WRIGHT, TOM— 3709 Ivy- Rd. En- tered from Sarah Smith 1. . ' Activi- ties: B-Team Football 2; Student Council 1 ; Varsity Baseball 5. WURRESCHKE, ANN— 32 Maddox Dr. Entered from Shades Valley High. Birmingham, Alabama 5. Activities: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Girls " Ath- letic Qub 4: Red Cross Repre- sentative 3; Dramatics Qub 5; Senior Cabinet 5. YOUNG, SUSAN— 711 Longleaf Dr. Entered from Garden Hills. .Vctivi- ties: Cheerleading 1; Scribbler Representative 1; Y-Teens 2, 4; ROTC Sponsor 2, 4, 5; Dramatic Club 3-5; Jr. Civitan Jr. 3; Jr. Civitan 4, 5, Corresponding Sec- retary State; Tallulah Falls 4, 5; Latin Qub 2, 3; Spanish Qub 4, 5. 193 194 The ' 63 Hi-ways ' staff would like to extend its thanks to those who bought and sold ads, making this book possible. We would also like to thank Mr. Henry Caspar for taking the many pictures throughout this book. A D S 195 NF Student Christian Fellowship The goals of the Fellowship can best be expressed through their projects and weekly meetings. Support Church of your choice . . . speakers of different faiths . . . many doctrines, one Christ . . . Daily prayer . . . friendship circle on Retreat . . . personal meditation . . . Daily Bible reading . . . John 3:16 .. . Monday night call to worship . . . Witnessing . . . Picket ' s Alley . . . hloward Butt Revival . . . you need the Fellowship . . . the Fellowship needs you. Classmates listen to student speaker. Sue Yeargan, give a sincere talk. Students on Fellotvship Council plan activities for the Christian Fellowship. OFnCERS BILLY HULI General Chairman JACKIE FAIN Program Chairman LYNN SCARBOROUGH Project Chairman LYN WEBB Recording Secretary JAN GILLESPIE Corresponding Secretary JOANN KING Treasurer North Fulton students quietly walk into chapel for a Monday Meeting. 196 y t - . ■ - -IICA VICTOR 4 1 Wl 1 P7 H. V f HA V i A John, the R.C.A. dog, March, and Judy stop in to look at the T.V. ' s — during school hours!? L M Electronics 3693 Roswell Road, N. E. 231-3606 Serving Buckhead Since 1921 ESTES Buckhead Hardware SURGICAL SUPPLIES Company 3059 Peachtree Road, N. E. ATLANTA 5, GEORGIA THE VARSITY The World ' s Largest and Most Unusual Drive-in ATLANTA ATHENS NORTH fUTON ■ 1 E 1 Gene Able H| I bFI Bill Blalock I RB 4 B jfl John Broom KV Ik ' W Beverly Burch Cf- ' ifiJ Gpr - v Bonnie Butler H JV ' " " r H James Duffy B[ V V ttf V |V H Nan Durrett V H ' ' 1 iJH I Charles Greenfield I H Dottie Hayes m H M 1 Lee Hitchcock Billy Hull Davida Johns Michael Johnson Richard Johnson II 1 jH P i H i H aaa " Follow me girls! " " That ' s what you get for swalloudng the marble. " All tied up in class work. Vicki King Jean Lieb Bonnie Mclver Betty Morgan Richard Parks Ethel Robertson Ix)uis Schubert Ray Smith Claudia Sommerfield Diane Spencer Adele Suddath Diane Wilson Jim Windham Lenox Record Center LENOX SQUARE CE 3-7417 Thanks for your patronage in 1962-63 Jack ' s Pharmacy 2405 Piedmont Road CE 7-4646 emu COMR f Simply Wonderful Sportswe€w BUCKHEAD DOWNTOWN DECATUR SUBURBAN PLAZA ALSO DEPARTMENTS AT y DOWNTOWN LENOX SQUARE William N. Thurman, General Agent if Associates THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEWARK, NEW JERSEY Cain Texaco Service 441 Lindbergh Drive 231-9831 Office Equipment • Printing • Office Supplies • Forms - Leases Herald Publishing Co 3203 MAPLE DRIVE, N. E. (Just Off Peachtree) CE 3-5301 JELP Nice group of rising freshmen- A-1 Claudia Barnett Barbara Bautz Becky Beeler Debbie Boylen Steve Carreker Sue Cobble Pete Comento George Conklin Sandra Dillon Johnny Duck Danny Caskins Merry Gloer Lamont Glover Eddie Kalski Kathy Lacy Allan I ndis Susan Livingston Gordon McGregor Beth Mack Diane Morris Jeanie Northcutt Linda Parsons Diane St. Clair Ronald St. Germain Bill Scott Dennis Tavlor Bill Tucker Michael Veatch Dorothy Wilkinson BOB ' S CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS, INC. 2257 Peachtree Road Phone TRinity 6-8881 You Always Save At I CENTRAL 2930 Peachtree Rd. Georgia ' s largest New and Used Car Dealer CE 7-4661 D-7 U hat silence there is in D-7 — Could Miss Newberry be the answer? BE SAFE WITH SEIBERLING TIRES BRADFORD TIRE CO. 269 Luckie St., N.W. rss. - DEES PHARMACY Phone CE 7-2919 Better Prescription Service 2791 Piedmont Rd., N. E. Atlanta, Ga. THE EXPRESSOES Watch the birdie! C-6 Relia Alford Tamaxa Allen Barbara Andrews Thomas Baker Genie Bates Nell Burch ( rol Castellaw Cindy Davis Reggie Dawson Bob Doyle Diana Dutton Bob Edwards Dana Farnham Manny Felder Nancy Freeman Harry Gregory John Hayes Robert Heany Mike Huffmaster Eugenia Jackson Linda Jolly John Kardos Adria Lywer Gayle Meyer David Montgomery Leslie Anne Moore Bill Morris Lee Pennell Ken Poole Tommy Roberts Ashley Schubert Diana Sherman Robert Sligh Robert Ward Marianne Young FOREMOST DAIRIES, INC. MILK ICE CREAM 2711 Piedmont Road CE 3-9431 Don ' t be so shy! What are y all smiling about? Judy Alexander Carol Jones Nick Blanos Brenda I awson Elizabeth Bratton Betty Mathis Walter Chandler David McClure Donal Coleman Terry McFarland James Cook Melinda McWilliams Robert Courier Gary Mehr Joy Currie Nancy Moore Emelyn Dean Nancy Nutting Timothy English Barbara Parsons Tricia Fling Larry Stanford Martha Ann Carmen Charlotte Stubblebine Elizabeth Hull Susan Terrell Jim Inin Martha Williams Bruce Jacobs Phil Williams and remember to let go! Broadview Bowl-O-Matic 2581 Piedmont Road CE 7-4661 Midge Algers Richie Barker Diane Brooks Karen Christensen Bonner Cohen Marcia Cole Sally Davis Charles Driskell Nannette Dyas Ann Elrvin Bill Hanger Frances Hinton Donald Moret Teresa Morgan " Miss Senter ' s Sinners ■ " Everyone is so happy in Miss Senter ' s homeroom Kathy O ' Quinn Terry Otwell i Betty Outz Judith Peters Chris Rankine Danny Rickett Lynn Scarborough Hugh Schutte Bobby Seckinger Woody Seibert Betsy Smalley Karen Towns Ann Vorus David Watts What ' s so funny. Midge?? " J-vi Uede ' s out oj the little row. Anita Allen Margaret Hume Ned Barbre Randv James Robbie Bolen Jane Lashlev Daniel Bowden Linda Logan J ere Boze James McDonald Nancy Campbell Peter Montague Elaine G)le Johnny Poole Carolvn Craven Leslie Rumble Susan Fleagle Jimmy Seibert David Fox John Seney PhyUis Gendel John Skene Mark Glattstein Earl Slocum Gary Gottlieb Tommy Thompson Jodee Graeme Terry Towns Brenda Gronson Nannette Ulbricht Kathy Hendon Susan Young Bob Mines you ' ll hold them one more second . ' Red " Dorough A Friend CE 3-8100 DAVIS BROTHERS ' RESTAURANTS CAFETERIAS " Fine Food and Congenial Atmosphere " MANY LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU Always Fresh Vegetables MONTAG ' S Lufk ...in school ...in life ...in the Big Blue Horse Contest BLUE HORSE MONTAG ' S Atlanta, Georgia SHOES For The Family ATLANTA . LENOX SQUARE . DECATUR WEST END . MARIETTA Charge Accounts Invited FLOWERLAND FLORIST, INC. 2775 Peachtree Road, N.E. 1938 Peachtree Road, N.W. CE 3-1168 TR 5-9174 ATLANTA, GEORGIA FIRESTONE TIRES Home Auto Supplies Philco Appliances Toys • Bicycles Sherwin Williams Paint TV • Sporting Goods Brake Front End Work WE DELIVER Firestone Southern Stores 3002 P ' tree Rd., N. E. CE 3-4401 CAMELLIA GARDENS Featuring the finest in ORIENTAL FOOD 1851 Peachtree Rd. TR 2-5808 PAPA JOHN ' S RESTAURANT (Next Door) BREAKFAST and SNACKS 1859 Peachtree Rd. OPEN 24 HOURS TR 2-9387 CORDIAL GREETINGS from Second-Ponce de Leon Baptist Church Dr. Monroe Swilley, Jr. Pastor 2715 Peachtree Road, N.E. £i PRODUCTS John E. Livaditit President SNACK SHOPS CHUBtY OKKIK Office Commisary 2439 Piedmont Rd.. N.E. Atlanta 5, Georgia Telephone 237-8689 gg 1S e ' B i l fi(d Jeb0 6Bm Jackie Beasley Doug Bell Ricka Brockway Elenor Brown Jack Byrd Dean Devereaux Dorothy Edwards Ronnie Hester Milton Hinsch Janalyce Jones Mike Jones Karen Keefe Dick Lacher Cynthia Loomis Peg McGinty All but two hiding their faces. Juniors gather to look at the camera. Jolly group in Miss Webb ' s homeroom. Janet McWilliams March Newkirk Charles Parker Dave Simpson Nancy Stecker Jan Steele Robert Tallin! Nancy Thomas Glenn Thomson Helen Trotter Duke Truby John Walsh Elaine Wohlgemuth Judy Young Your One-Stop Store for Pet Feeds and Supplies All your pet feed and supplies can be found here at one store. We offer you a complete supply of quality feeds for all your needs— including rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, pigeons, dogs, and cats. Come in and let us serve you with quality Purina Chows for your pets and a complete line of pet supplies. CHEROKEE FEED AND GARDEN CENTER 231 BUCKHEAD AVE. Phone: 231-1877 Arcade Stamp Coin Shop We buy, sell R: trade Old Coins, Documents, War Relics, Gold Coins. Discounts availa})le on all Coin Supplies. Whitman ' s Blue Coin Folders — 25c ea. Latest Edition Red Book — $1.50 BROADVIEW PLAZA ARCADE Hours: 10:30 AM - 8:00 PM Monday through Saturday Phone: 231-1975 Impeaching President Judy into the locker Hill slrannUng works better. RABUN GAP IP ' here s our teacher? Mary Beavers Cecelia Ford Charles Berry Judy Fraser Irene Brown Carol Graybum Thomas Brown Sharon Greenoe Bill Carreker Neal Henry Britt Dean Lewis Herring Cheryl Dorsett Mike Johnson Susan Eidson Carl Kelly Mary Fanning Sherry Kirby Cheese! Alfred McAfee Mike McGregor Peggy Market Jay Morgan Sharon Moss Mary Oliver Dicky Rankin Marie Louise Respess Mark Romoff Susan Shires Connie Slack Thomas Smith Steve Tolleson Mary Veltre Jay Walker Buddy Wendling James Whiteford JIM LETTS OLDSMOBILE 3232 Peachtree Road, N. E. SALES SERVICE STUDIO PHONE 237-4644 3243 Peachtree Rd., N.E. Atlanta 5, Georgia PHONE 237-4645 Smile girls; you ' re on Candid Camera! FORRESTER ' S FLOWERS, INC. 2070 Cheshire Bridge Road, N. E. ME 4-7378 ATLANTA 9, GEORGIA THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. PHILIP Kathy Allen Rebecca Barbaria Dana Brown Betty Bryce Sylvia Carmichael Hill Champion Sara Beth Davis Robert Dejarnette Jean Deter Nancy Gamble Karen Haas Dian Hammack No, Vicki, that ' s not Van. Marcia Hawkins Susan Hodges Martha Ike Bruce Irving Gene Kelley Diana Lynch Helene Miller Carmen MuUan Bill Norman John Norris Carolyn Otwell Rick Parker i Cindy Pollard Mary Ann Reeves Leonard Rosenthal Vicki Sansone Linda Shelby Steve Shannon Joann Slaght Scott Texter Frank Tolley Bob Vail David Wilbanks Miss Armitage ' s; nobody else ivill have them. extends sincere good wishes to the NORTH FULTON GRADUATING CLASS OF 1963 Chan Barrett Rosemarv Drohan Lerov Polk Ted Blackman Dorothy Edwards Jean Post Peggy Bradford Dottif Haves Ann Riley Diane Brooks Lee Hitchcock Ethel Robertson Bonner Cohen Jo Johnson Margaret Sommerville Suzy Curry Judy Lindsay Dell Webster Kathleen Crouch George Meals Ann Wurreschke Patty Downs Bonnie Morden Susan Young D-4 Karen Adams Suzanne Barnes Martin Blanchard Bill Carasik Denny Davey Nancy Jean Elliott Laura Ellis Susan Flaherty Linda Lee Flynt Jan Gillespie Kathleen Harris Arthur Henry Sherryl Hightower Wayne Hitchcock Randy Jacobs Carolyn Jaep Gary King John McDonald Keith Marr Johnny Merritt Linda Moe Valarie Partridge Ronald Smith Ben Teasley Kay Tippin Tim Woodall Harriet Woodward Gordon Wysong ATTENTION!! The Gun Room, Inc. I W. Paces Ferry Road CE 7-8391 1594 Cleveland Avenue EAST POINT PO 1-1739 Buckhead Standard Service Station Standard Products 3122 Peachtree Road, N. E. ATLANTA 5, GEORGIA E. O. SAMS Owner CEdar 3-9169 CEdar 3-6129 4551 » .« vell Jl o h, c V. W. Sam Gray Jule Davis BL 5-2543 i m w " IT ' S so RIGHT TO SEW " LOVELY FABRICS " Make the Dress That Makes the Difference " PATTERNS - IMPORTED TRIM Visit Our Drapery Department 3096 Roswell Road IN BUCKHEAD Phone: CEdar 3-4061 AUSTELL BOX BOARD I CORPORATION 212 ' Oh, say can you see . . . " How many demerits? ! Dick Akin Carol Lawhom Julia Arnold Elaine Levine Katalin Biro Judy Lindsay Wayman Bishop John Pershing Ruthanna Boyd Dick Pettys Joe Carroll LeRoy Polk Cheryl Cowan Stephanie Post Kathy Crouch Bob Rudolph John Dickert Doug Shields Rosemary Drohan Buz Stone Judy Edwards Jim Vansant Lynn Highsmith Jan Wainwright Ann Home Bill Washburn Judy Johnson Sandra Wells Reggie Jones Average day in E-7 213 Cleaners— VAN ' S —Laundry 247 Buckhead Ave. . . CE 3-2133 1954 Howell Mill Rd. . . TR 4-7224 2315 Marietta Blvd., N.W. 799-6239 3625 Peachtree Rd. Briarcliff-Lavista . 1208 Peachtree Rd. . CE 7- . ME 4-7515 . CE 7-6636 Pick-up Delivery Service TOPS FOR SERVICE Gentry ' s American Service Station 1400 W. Paces Ferry Road CE 3-9270 Tom Mitchell Buick Your friendly Northside Buick Dealer PEACHTREE AT PIEDMONT Best Wishes to GRADUATING SENIORS from NORTHSIDE FAMILY Y.M.C.A. Phone: CE 7-8617-8 rank S BEAUTY SALON 2341-B Peachtree Rd. N.E. (Peachtree Battle Shopping Center) Atlanta 5, Georgia Tom Mitchell Rambler Your friendly Northside Rambler Dealer 3130 Roswell Road. N.W. IN BUCKHEAD — V. ' jl •■• vVK j ' a-- ' - ■■.■•.•■••• ' ' ••• ; f ' r: ■• •.iJi».:;»:v;v;v-,-.-;. Wayman still needs a bib. PIZZA BY GIGI 2421 Piedmont Road CE 3-5046 RHYTHM CITY 265 E. Paces Ferry Road, N. E. CE 7-9552 For All the Band Members ' Needs Band Instruments and Instruction You ' ll be safe until August Without them! Class of 1963 ' NORTHSIDE AUTQ SERVICE R.T.•( ac .4Aot♦A ORRIS AUTOMATIC I TRANSMISSIOI ' SERVICE Not 1491 Northside Drive but 1491 Howell Mill Road FRESHER! Gordon ' s " MagicPak " Potato Chips. Chips are fresher, crisper, and tastier. Get Gordon ' s . . . the " chipsiest " chips that you can get! , TILMON FRANCIS SONS Plumbing - Heating - Air Conditioning Hubert C. Francis Charles W. Francis CEdar 7-0355 WE DELIVER HUNT ' S FRESH FOODS, INC. Meats, Groceries and Produce Prime-Beef C. IRA HUNT Owner 3771 Roswell Rd., N. E. ATLANTA 5, GA. BROADVIEW PLAZA BARBER SHOP In the Arcade on Level " B " Open Week Days 8 A.M. - 9 P.M. Saturdays 8 A.M. - 6 P.M. PHONE CEdar 3-9202 J 216 Steve and Judy shop at Haverty ' s. What ' s so funny, J. L.? Haverty ' s of Buckhead 3135 Peachtree Road CE 3-4419 j5 t wi U I or a wonderluL luture! T ' S YOURS W iTH tScutlxern j5eii 217 RUSTY ' S DRIVE-IN 2225 Peach tree Road, N. E. Turner Tree Service 2333 Kings Circle 233-2404 ; J 3Furnitur» of SiBtinttianv ' 3300 Piedmont Road 231-4413 Zillah ' s Flower Shop 421 Moreland Avenue, N. E. JA 4-5154 - DR 7-4423 - TR 2-1490 Open Friday Night til 8:00 F. W. Woolworth Co. BUCKHEAD CE 3-5081 (Satisfaction Guaranteed. Replacement or Money Refunded) TIP TOP CLEANERS 2797 Piedmont Road, N. E. CE 3-0440 Steve ' s so price conscious. GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Offers Undergraduates Work In ENGINEERING SCIENCE ARCHITECTURE INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT ROTC: Army, Air Force, Navy 219 ' ' Gather around kiddies and you shall hear . . . . " Karen Allen Lila Kathryn McGahee Ed Beckham Joe McMillan Chuck Bussey Mike McNiel Robert Cagle Sharon Millard Ricky Cristol George Moore Marilyn Crockett Candy Muir Ricky Decker John Ogden Marilyn Mlund Betty Rainwater Ruth Anne Gray Susan Schrader Bill Grubbs Jack Sinclair Anne Guice Barbara Taitz Margaret Jamison Butch Warren Mike Kane Dan Wehling Lynn Kilgo Louise Williams Janice L mbumer Jimmy McQelland The midnight ride of whom? A Great Name in Clothing SCHwoRnj Suits the South I PEOPLES BANKING FOR THE INDIVIDUAL Atlanta 3, Georgia Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Jan Allen Harry Anderson Diana Bolen Judy Brown Richard Bunzl John Davenport Terry Day Jackie Fain Nancy Gordy Judy Hamburger Bill Helms Ronnie Hieber Judy Jennings Joe McDonald i H H H H L i d Hu 1 This is your last year . . . . smiLe ! ! ! There is spirit in the Class of ' 63. fWV. ' Sara June McRae George Meals Karen Moore Larry Moore Helen Moorhead Lewis Nix Charles Parker Ellen Rogers Linda Schwefel Mary Walton Barry White Diane Willey George Williams Ann Wurreschke ilWf Burch ' s Gulf Service Kathy Bratton Jim Hartwig Jack Brockway Carol Hughes Gordon Brooker Sandy Huston Patricia Carl Dana Jackel Jimmy Chandler Robert Kaufman Frank Chapman DebKe Kindred Mary Collins Jimmy Lanier Stephanie Dounis Dee Larson Margaret Garmon Hugh Loomis Bill Gilbert Don Nichols Ruth Goldenburg Nicky Nichols Linda Harper Beverly Patterson Miles of smiles! Tina Poulas Barry Rolfness David Rose Larry Sechler Julie Shingler Anita Sugarman Robert Tillotson Babs Tourjee Suzanne Trippe Laura Watkins Carol Weisser Mary EUen White 2193 Peachtree Road 876-1437 Cunnard Exterminating Co. Specializing in Home Service BUCKHEAD - ATLANTA, GEORGIA Business Phone CE 3-2433 " There ' s no substitute for experience. " Phone: 378-1726 BEAUT-RAMA 2621 N. Decatur Road Decatur, Georgia " Where Beauty Begins " TWELVE OAKS • Dining Room • Curb Service • Catering Service Atlanta 1895 Piedmont Road, N. E. TRinity 5-5755 SERVING THE BEST FOOD FOR TWENTY YEARS CARTER CINEMAS Fine Art Cinema 2835 Peachtree Rd. CE 3-7622 Capri Theatre 3110RoswellRd. John H. Carter Presiden t CE 3-3361 Ruth G. Carter Sec.-Treas 3110 Roswell Road, Atlanta 5, Georgia CEdar 7-9682 GENE STANTON ' S P. 0. BOX 11616 • tTLANTA S. GEOIieit }33- t1]9 Mary Alford Holley Bough Nancy Brown Carol Collins Bryan Cumming Jay Eidson Charlotte Flynt Dede Goodwin Time Hackney Ray Hobby Scott Johnson Beth Laney Dicky Larson Billy McFerrin BiU Moore Andy Mower Patsy Pruitt Craig Rand Ricky Sander Bob Schnapper Debbie Smith Cathy Taylor Ricky Tippen Billy Watson Kenny Wolf Raymond Wood Anne WooUey Joe Lawson A-8 Subfreshman are segregated. B-3 BEN O ' CALLAGHAN COMPANY HEATING • IR CON DITION I NG 3226 CAIN ' S HILL PLACE, N.W. ATLANTA 5, GA. 237-1656 CHATTAHOOCHEE BRICK COMPANY B-3 Dennis Berry Jo Ann King Vickey Brookshire Geneva Martin Marianne Qarke Gloria Martin Patricia Downs Laura Moncus Wendy Bdson David Morrison Linda Estes Linda Ostrom Frank Gair Suzanne Sharkey Larrv Gerdes Jane Simmons John Harrill Bill Smith Edward Henderson Shelley Steinman Starling Holcomb Chuck Slepter Alex Hurder Connie Stubblefield Julian Jett Jacquelyn Webb Joe Keeney Susan Young Study? Let ' s pester them. r 1 ■fl BttEjH m l v IT Bi J Peachtree Avenue Apartments 9 Hr 1 41 Peachtree Avenue, N. E. HH_ 1 Hki m WENDER ROBERTS INC. Sweethearts? 3073 Peachtree Road, N. E. 1262 W. Paces Ferry Rd., N.W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA ATLANTA, GEORGIA CE. 3-1122 CE. 7-7551 WRIGHT ' S FLORIST The South ' s Finest Owner-Operated Drug Stores 2391 Peachtree Road CE 3-4446 " ffow rfoes it work? " Buckhead Chrysler Plymouth Inc. 3126 Piedmont Road 231-1851 WINCHESTER COMPANY INSURANCE MANAGING GENERAL AGENTS Scott Caligan Private and Class Lessons 233-1212 — 22 E. Andrews Dr., N. W. Phone CE 3-9196 Phone CE 7-0522 CASEY ' S STANDARD SERVICE Minor Tune-Up - - Wheel Balancing Brake Service - — Road Service . P. Casey 3465 Northside Parkway Dealer Atlanta 5, Ga. MULL TELEVISION CO. 638 Lindbergh Drive, N. E. BEACON LAUNDRY CLEANERS Personal Service 2839 Peachtree Rd. CE. 3-1615 OPEN ON SUNDAYS n BEST WISHES TO THE SENIOR CLASS BLACKSTOCK ' S, INC. Distributors of LYON METAL PRODUCTS LYON AUTOMOTIVE BIN UNITS STEEL BINS CABINETS STEEL SHELVING LOCKERS BENCHES RACKS SHOP EQUIPMENT NATIONS LARGEST WAREHOUSE STOCK BLACKSTOCK ' S, INC. 904 DeKalb Ave., N. E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA " It ' s In Stock at Blackstock ' s " JA. 4-4541 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the CLASS OF 1963 JOEL H. KING Lewis ' Pharmacy PHONE CE 3-5353-4 Piedmont at E. Wesley Rd., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. " There Is No Substitute for Experience " Drive through the what? 3264 Peachtree Road Taber Pontiac, Inc. CE 7-1591 A-2 All of Coach Maupin ' s clan except Little Andy! Donna Allen Andy Blackshaw Nancy Blow Sandra Bone Gail Chesney Richard Dennard Neil DeRosa Camilla Dickinson Martha Eskew Lana Gowdy Beverly Hannah George Harvey Doug Hayden Juan Keller Charles Edward Kennedy Mary Ann Kirby Rex Lieffers Patricia Lowe Connie McMillan Marsha Owens Lora Paschal Ken Shefi5eld Eddie Smith Bill Smith Randy Stow Mark Trapp Buddy Upchurch Seth Ward Mark Weber CADILLAC " We don ' t sell all the cars . . . But we sell the best! " CAPITAL AUTOMOBILE CO. Elwyn W. Tomlinson, Pres. Factory Authorized Cadillac Dealers Opposite Biltmore Hotel 796 W. Peachtree St. Atlanta, Ga. Sales Loans Rentals Insurance Remodeling Property Management Bonds FAIN REALTY AND INSURANCE CO. 153 Nassau Street, N. W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA PS. 101:7 " Selling and Insuring Greater Atlanta " Office: 525-6723 Home: CE 3-0887 PIEDMONT RD., N. E. - CE. 7-2518 261 1 PIEDMONT RD., N. E. - CE 3-8752 Metro Music Centre GUITARS DRUMS BAND INSTRUMENTS 3100 Roswell Road. N.W. 233-2420 228 We won ' t hurt you boys. What ' s in that corner? Bob Adams Chan Barrett Ted Blackman Betty Blackwell Nancy Charnley Suzy Curry Trixie Darden George Dounis Linda Echols Elizabeth Harrison Ricky Hill Jo Johnston Diane Kocsis Kalhy Leonard What ' s wrong, George? Carolyn Lucas Carol Lyon George Murray Floyd Rogers Anne Riley Gary Rucker Dana Smith Margaret Somerville Elizabeth Stanfield George Stelling Sue Ann Washington Adele Webster Tom Wright 229 Wine, women, and sing along with Mitch. Lawrence Benson Judy Kohn Peggy Bradford Steve Landis Jack Carnes Harriet Joyce Lane Dixie Coats David Lennox Dove Connor Susan McDonald Allan Cucich Bonnie Morden Susan Davis Gail Parnelle Janie DeGuenther John Renshaw Carol Drody Judith Roberts Carolvn George Sherry Robinson Phil Haffen Valerie Schall Tom Halfen Harold Sheppard John Haskins Robert Sluss Hill Irving Mary Vlass Sandra Jansen stilt don ' t understand. Mrs. Barton lost her contacts. m(o m. ' " V, I Road Service Lubrication Texaco Products CEdar 3-6544 CEdar 3-9114 DAVIS SERVICE STATION TIRE AND BATTERY SERVICE Washing - Polishing - Waxing 3658 Roswell Road, N. W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA SPRING LAKE CLEANERS We Specialize In Formats and Draperies TR 6-9388 W. J. COLTER 1989 Howell Mill Rd., N. W. n hcri ' re your Yankee albums? RECORD CENTER 2581 Piedmont Road CE 3-1957 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1963 LAWS ' DRUG STORE Jfho saw the mice? C-4 Reid Barnes Susan Boley Suzy Bunzl Kathy Carlson Al Clements Barbara Coker Mike Crook Kirby Crowley Gloria Cunnard Karen DeWolf Chip Dodson Margaret Forstall David Griffin Bill Henderson Bill Hodges Wayne Hurder Aileen Jacobson Mike Kepley Bill McEachem Sherwood McKay Bill Milling Mike Montgomery Tom Moore Kathleen Murray John Robey Marsha Rogers Fran ScheU Don Slate Ken Squires Susan Turner James Vlass Elizabeth Weaver Sandy Wedow Joe Wilkinson Susan Winn " like it! I like it! " PUGMIRE LINCOLN MERCURY INC. 475 W. Peachtree " Many Varieties of Pancakes " Pancake House LENOX SQUARE 237-8724 Golden State Nurseries of Go., Inc. " Roses Are Our Business ' 10 Blackland Rd., N. W. ATLANTA 5, GA. CE 7-5238 Live a little... MAKE LIKE A MAESTRO! You can, you know. You can play the HAMMOND CHORD ORGAN the first time you try! See for yourself at HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIOS of ATLANTA 3051 Peachtree Road, N. E. Phone CEdar 7-0395 SALES - INSTRUCTION - SERVICE - RENTALS COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES AND PRODUCE " " CHOICE WESTERN BEEF ' Telephone Orders and Delivery SHUMAN ' S MARKET 2837 Peachtree Road, N. E. DONALD P. SHU MAN, SR. CEdar 3-9695 Enjoy that REFRESHING NEW NG! GOOD LUCK GRADUATING CLASS BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA COIA COMPANY BY THE ATLANTA COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 233 Copeland Haynie ' s Peachtree Tire Company • 1770 Peachtree Road at 26th TR 4-4016 2383 Peachtree Road at Peachtree Battle CE 3-9013 PEACHTREE TIRE CO. of BUCKHEAD 3259 Roswell Road GEORGE O ' DELL, Manager CE 1-9800 U. S. Royal Tires and Batteries • Delco Batteries • Motor Tune-up • Complete Brake Service • Mufflers and Tailpipes • Shock Absorbers • Generator and Starter Service • Complete Alignment and Balancing Open 24 Hours Tarleton ' s Colonnade Restaurant 1879 Cheshire Bridge Road Phone: 874-5642 Suzanne, Lynda Lee, and March take leave from school with Dr. Flynt. 2815 Peachtree Road GARDEN HILLS PHARMACY CE. 3-1146 CLARK LAUNDRY- DBY CLEANING] TWO COMPLETE PLANTS 1107 PEACHTREC ST.. N. E. TRINITY 6-7391 O t 3189 MAPLE DRIVE. N. E.. BUCKHEAO — CEDAR 3-531 I Compliments of TUXEDO SUPER MARKETS, INC. " Santa Clause? No, Richard. " Complete Auto Repairs A-4 Christine Anderson George Sames Kathr n Chandler Kenny Childers Judy Crowder Betsy Dean Gene Driskell Bobby Grubbs Bill Hauserman Howard Hayden Bobby Heam Tommy Heaton Susan Hoover Bo Hopkins Ben Jones Randy McConnick Charlotte Meadows Bill Murray Diane Plaster Carol Sue Rogers Bob Russell Frances Elaine Selph Mike Sheffield Celeste Tait Glenn Vansant Anita Ward Edwin Wills Susan Winchester Charlotte Wohlgemuth Top Value Stamps Melton Shell Service Two Locations: 132 Ponce de Leon TR 4-9247 2331 Peachtree Road CE 3-9107 Do those seniors scare you that much? L. L. GUFFIN A. D. Haygooo CEOAR 38122 Est. 1018 Trio Shoe Shop A - STEP - A ■ HEAD All Kinds of Shoc Rcpairinq 3082 RoswELL Road. N. W. BUCKHKAD ATLANTA 5. GA. See no school, talk no learnin, hear no teacher. Ann Arnold Claudia Atkinson Cindy Barton Barbara Ann Bayne Cheryl Bentley Melody Berkeley Victor Bowers Bill Brandt Barbara Brown Peter Brown Ronnie Bryson Ralph Canup Bob Carney Will Childs Nancy Cooper Douglas David Michael Dellacker David Greaves Cherly Hill John Huey Rosewyn Hughes Cantey Knight The Most Dominant Sex? Hank Lundren Mary Sue Martin Allen Meadors Fobin John Millard Ann Oliver Lee Parrott BiUie Clark Rhodes Steve Rosenblum Christy Simson Barbara Swindler Grace Walker BUCKHEAD BARBER SHOP 253 East Paces Ferry Road CE 3-9144 CAPITOL FISH CO. 446 SPRING ST. NW TELEPHONE JA-3-461 I ATLANTA 8. GEORGIA HARRY SOMMERS. PRESIDENT CHESTER L GUNNIN Vice Pres.ano Gen Mgr ( Where the girls are. Where the boys are. John Andrews Warren Johnston Robert Simonton Bruce Baker Judy Lanun Charlotte Skene Helen Belman Coverly Mitchell Jane Skipper Charles Bender Duncan Muse Claude Speck Jim Bums Nancy McCauley Beth Steiglitz Heda Cohen Bobby McDowell Sandy Strobehn Kyle Dennis Bonnie Nager David Tipton Rosemary Doughtie Barbara Orr Tom Ulbricht Steve Fox Steve Poore Mary Nell Watkins Suzanne Gravitt Mike Selph Van Whittington Caryl Johnson JOHN OSTER SERVICE CO. 237 SCHNEIDER SONS Jewelers Ruby L. Schneider 522-7167 The water fountain doesn ' t work! 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MA 2-0015 Serving Atlanta -10 Years Made Fresh Daily Congratulations Class of 1963 Mark Berkowitz Nancy Burkett Joey Campbell Robert Chaiken Sue Crowe Shirley Cummings Katharine Dales Doug Ferguson Joel Ferren Glenn Harper John Haynie Estelle Hearn Claudia Henderson Joyce Howard Judy Johns Pam Long Ken McAlister Shelley Malone Gary Marcus Jimmv Martin Pam Slillard Leslie Mower Ronnie Seiden Shirley Smith Rodger Springer Randy Stoenner Susan Swain Leslie Tallekson Barbara Tillis Edwin Tillis Alan Toney Carol andegritf BEST WISHES from THE LINDSAY FAMILY iMaii l ' J58 Heth KKil Judy 1963 Barbara 1966 phon« ' " 3820 ROSWRL RO., N.W. CC 7-922S ATLANTA, GA. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1963 Able, Gene — 155 Adams, Bob— 77, 78, 156 Adorns, Catharine — 137 Adams, Jane— 115, 132-133 Adams, Karen— 98, 102. 147 Adams, Kathy— I 14, 129, 137 Adams, Kay — 147 Adams, Richard— 100, 132-133 Agee, Sammy— I 12, 127, 137 Akin, Dick— 77, 80, 84. 85. 86, 156 Akins. Tommy — 132-133 Aldrich, Shelley— 132-133 Alexander. Judy — 96, 137 Alford. Bebe— 48. 113, 117, 127, 136, 137 Alford Mary Brock— 103, 132-133 Alford, Relia— 113, 122, 127, 142-143 Alfriend, Sally— 48. 102. 113. 117, 124, 142-143 Algers, Midge— 90, 126, 157 Allamon, Linda — 137 Allen, Dee Dee— I 14, 123, 137 Allen. Donna— 132-133 Allen. Freddy— 102. 142-143 Allen. Jan— 9, 89. 91. 120. 125. 126. 128. 129. 157. 164, 176. 178. 179 Allen, Karen— 102. I 14. 147 Allen, Kathy— 142-143 Allen. Larry— 42, 57. 103, 132-133 Allen. Tamara — 48. 112. 142-143 Anderson. Christine— 102, 132-133 Anderson, Elizabeth — 137 Anderson, Hank— 78, 112, 142-143 Anderson, Harry— 3, 116, 127. 151. 157 Anderson. Jean — 97, 100, 102. 103. I 10-111. 147 Andrews. Barbara— 102. 142-143 Andrews. Catherine — 98. 137 Andrus. Brice — 46. 100, 112, 142-143 Anthony, Warner— 97, 115, 132-133 Aptaker, Sandra— 59, 112, 147 Arnold, Josephine— 58, 59, 114, 123. 127. 137 Arnold. Julia— 59. 157. 160 Atkinson. Claudia — 137 Attridge, Billy— 36, 79, 147 Austin, Richard— 36. 78. 102, 130, 147. 153 Avery. Dot- M, 103. 132-133 B Bailey. Ann— 103. 132-133 Bailey. David- 132-133 Baker. Bruce— 79. 80. 122. 130, 147 Baker, Candy 6, 132-133 Baker. Tom— 78, 142-143 Barbaria. Rebecca— 142- 143 Barbre. Ned— 137 Barfield. Stan — 46. 142-143 Barfield, Susan— 46. 132-133 Barker. Richie— 49. 63. 66. 157 Barnes. Reid— 142-143 Barnes. Suzanne — 80. 92. 99. I lO-l I I. 114. 116, 121. 147 Barnett. Andy— 132-133 Barnett. Claudia— 103. 132-133 Barnett. Tom— 61, 81, 113, 147 Baron, Evalyn— 97, 102, 127. 142-143 Barrett. Chan— 94. 95. 109. 113. 157 Barrett, Hank— 137 Barton, Cindy— 97, 102. 113, 114, 137 Baskin, George— 85, 142-143 Bates, Genie— 113, 122, 127, 142-143 Baugh. Holley— 132-133 Bautz, Barbara— 123, 132-133 Bayne, Barbara — I 13, 1 37 Bayne, Nancy— 113, 142-143 Beadle, Dewey— I 32-133 Beasley, Jacqueline — 128-129 Beavers, Kary— 112. 142-143 Beckham, Ed— 85, 147 Beeler, Becky— 115, 127, 132-133 Bell, Betsy— 122, 142-143 Bell, Doug— 36, 80, 114, 124. 150 Bell. Nancy— 97. 102. 123. 137 Belman. David— I 13, 137 Belman. Helen— 98. 122. 147 Bender. Charles— 85, 127. 147 Benson. John — 49. 81, 82. 112, 142-143 Benson, Lawrence — 7, 63, 91, I 14. 127. 128. 157. 164 Berkeley. Melody — 137 Berkoyitz. Mark— 81. 147 Berkowltz. Ralph— 42. 65. 132-133 Berry. Charles— 112, 142-143 Berry. Dennis— 92. 97. 106-107. 108. 109. 110-11 1. 112. 116. 128, 154. 157, 164. 176. 186. 187 Bingham, Bill— 46, 49, 62, 63, 66, 100, 112, 142-143 Biro Katalln— 157 Bishop, Wayman— 90, 109, 116, 157, 176, 178, 179 Blackman, Ted— 23, 91. 94. 95. 108-109 IIO-III. 112. 114, 157 Blackshaw, Andy— 42, 96, 132-133 Blackwell, Betty— 96, 98, 122, 126, 129, 157 Blackwell, Janet— 103, 123, 132-133 Blanchard, Martin— 98, 130, 147, 150 Blalock, Bill— 157 Blanos, Nicky— 43, 97, 137 Blase, Sidney — 137 Blass, Ricky— 65, 132-133 Blass, Susie— 25, 44, 45, 54-55, 113, I 18, 121, 122, 125, 147 Blow, Nancy— 103, 132-133 Bodholdt, Bronwyn— 127, 147 Bolen, Diana— 103, 122, 129, 137 Bolen, Robbie— 102, 123, 137, 144 Boley, Susan— 96, 102, 112, 142-143 Bone, Sandra— 123, 132-133 Bone, Terry— 78, 142-143 Botsarls, Van— 115, 132-133 Bowden, Bob— 46, 132-133 Bowden, Danny — 43. 137 Bowers, Victor — 137 Boyd, Bubba— 36, 71, 72, 82, 142-143 Boyd, Randy— 65, 99, 112, 137 Boyd, Rufhanna— 102, 108, I 10, II I, 127. 157 Boylen. Debbie— 132- 1 33 Boze. Jere — 43. 137 Bradford. Peggy— 9. 44. 45. 54-55. 58 91. 106-107, MB, 125, 157, 164, 176, 182, 183 Bradshaw, Bobby — 137 Branch, Nancy — 147 Brandt, BIII- 6, 61, 112, 137 Bratton, Elizabeth— I 37 Bratton, Kathy— 142- 1 43 Breslln, Tony— 78, 142-143 Brockway, Jack— 68, 69, 78, 113, 142-143 Brockway, RIcka— 102, I 13, 147 Brooks, Diane— 91, 98, IIO-I II, 122, 158 Brooks, Steve— I 12, 137 Brooks, Tommy — 43. 137 Brookshire, Vicky— 99, 127, 158 Broom, J. W.— 158 Brown, Barbara — 137 Brown, Cathy— 128, 129, 147 Brown, Dana — 44, 45, 101, 113, 117, 124, 142-143, 144 Brown Eleanor — 102, 147 Brown, Irene — 44,45, 113, 117, 142- 143 Brown, Judy— 48, 78, 125, 127, 158 Brown. Nancy— 97. 132-133. 135 Brown. Peter— 57. 102. 112, 137 Brown Tom— 43, 78, 142-143 Bryant, Chip— 65, 132, 133 Bryce, Betty B. 99, 113, 117, 122, 142-143 Bryson, Ronnie— 22, 43, 137 Buchanan, Betty— 102, 112, 120, 147 Bunzl, Richard— 98, 158 Bunzl, Suzy— 46, 142-143 Burch, Beverly— 90, 91, 92, 93, 98, 109, 110-111, I 18, 158, 171 Burch, Linda— 113. 123, 137 Burch, Nell— 102, 113, 122, 142-143 Burkett, Nancy— 102. 147 Burns, Jim— 9. 78, 83, IIO-I II. 114. 147 Busch, Christine— 102, 137 Bush. Betty— 114, 137 Bush, Mike— 3, 36, 37, 114, 123, 147 Bussey, Chuck— 61, 78, 104-105. 112. 116, 124, 147, 153 Butler, Bonnie— 97, 102, 109, 127, 159 Byrd, Billy— 49, 63, 78, 142-143 Byrd, Helen— 103, 132-133 Byrd, Jack— 36, 71, 72, 79, 130, 147, ISO Byrd Susan— 123, 132-133 Cagle, Robert— 36, 85, 113, 124, 147 Calloway, Baxter— 102, 113, 127, 142-143, 178 Campbell, Bobby— 42, 103, 132-133 Campbell, Nancy— 99, 137 Campbell, Joey— 82, 110-111, 148 Canup, Ralph— I 14, 137 Caraslk, Bill— 78, 148 Carl, Patricia— 99, 127. 142-143 Carlson, Kathy— 46, 97, 102, 113, 122, 142-143 Carmichael, Bobby— 42, 65, 132-133 Carmlchael, Sylvia — 48, 69. 113, 122. 135. 142-143 Games. Jack— 69. 101. 148, 159 Carnes, Pete— 132-133 Carney, Bob 3, 65, 96. 137, 141 Carney, Joann — 115, 132-133 Carr, Marsha— 103, 132-133 Carreker, Bill 6, 47. 67, 69, 100, I 12, 142-143 Carreker, Steve — 42, 132-133 Carroll, Joe— 7, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 74, 77, 84. 159. 164 Carroll. Veronica — 137 Carter. Randy— I 14. 137 Cash. Arthur— 132-133 Castellaw. Carol— 142-143 Gate, Louise— 102, 123, 138-139 Caven, Judy— 102, 148 Cawthon, Jeannie — 102, 148 Chaiken. Robert— 21, 100, IIO-III, I 12, I 14, 127, 148 Chambers, Jim— 99, 142-143 Champion, Hill— 36, 66. 85. I 17. 142-143 Chandler, Jimmy— 78, 142-143 Chandler, Kathy— I 32-1 33 Chandler, Walter— 56. 57, 138-139 Chapman, Frank — 43, 78, 142-143 Chapman, George — 43, 57, 96, 138-139 Charnley, Nancy— 102, 114, 127, 159, 160 Chesney, Gall — 44, 1 15, 132-133 Chesney, Marlsue — 45, 114. 117. 142-143 Chllders, Kenny— 65, 103, 132-133 Chllds, Will- 78, 138-139 Chrlstensen, Karen — 102, 113, 159 Church, George— 36, 77, 85, 148 Clarke, Mimi— 98, 159 Clements, Al— 81, 82, 68, 69. 142-143 Clifton, Suzanne— 102, 148 Glower, Mike— 42, 57, 115, 132-133 Coats, Dixie- 106-107, 113, 120, 159 Coats, Linda— 102, 142-143 Cobble, Sue— 46, 100, 132-133 Coburn, Terry— 1 38-1 39 Cohen, Bonner — 49, 113, 159 Cohen, Harriet— 102, 114, 127, 138-139 Cohen, Hedda— 148 Cohn, Glenda— 97, 102, 132-133 Cohn, Marsha— 97, 102, 112, 142-143 Coker, Barbara— 102, 113, 142-143 Cole, Marcia— I lO-l II, 159 Coleman, Donald— 65, 138-139 Collins, Carol— 96, 103, 115, 132-133 Collins, Mary Ethel— 69, 122, 142-143 Comento, Peter— 97, 132-133, 135 Commander, Ronny — 83, 148 Conklin, George — 132-133 Connor, Dove— 97, 158, 159 Cook, Jamie— 26, 43, 112, 138-139 Cooper, Ayleen— 99, 138-139 Cooper, Nancy— 123. 127. 138-139 Cooper. Sam — 132-133 Cooper, Tommy— 85, 102, 148 Courter, Bobby— 49, 65. 102. 112. 117. 138-139. 141 Cowan, Cheryl— 112, 128, 129, 159 Craven, Carolyn — 96. 114, 123, 138-139 Crawford, Regeana — 82, 122, 148 Creager. Carol — 132-133 Creel. Sheila— 142-143 Cress. Polley— 112. I 13, 123. 138-139 Hopes . . . dreams . . . inspira- tion . . . intermingling thoughts. Cristol. Ricky— 81. 112. I 19. 130. 148 Crockett. Marilyn— 102. 148 Crook, Mike— 78, 102, 142-143 Crouch, Kathleen— 98, 127, 128, 159 Crowder, Gary— 78, 99, 142-143 Crowder, Judy— 115, 132-133 Crowe, Jimmy — 42. 132-133 Crowe. Sue— 33. 102. 148 Crowley. Kirby— 142-143 Cucich. Steve— 77. 80. 81. 82. 94. 95. 106-107. 109. 159 Culpepper. Cheryl— 138-1 39 Gumming. Bryan — 46. 65. 100. 132-133 Cummins, Shirley — 148 Cunard, Gloria— 102, 113, 122, 128, 129. 142-143 Currie. Becky— 102, 138-139 Curry, Suzy— 19, 98, 108, IIO-I II, 120, 129, 159 Curtis, Kaye— 138-139 D Dales, Katherine— 102, I lO-l I I, 122, 148 Dalton, Sharon— 142-143 Dangler, Bruce- 103, 132-133 114, 242 Daniel, Bonnie— 102, 114. 123. 127. 138-139 Darden, Trixie — 159 Davenport. John— 36. 39, 159 David, Doug — 43. 112. 117. 136. 138-139 Davis, Cindy — 48, 142-143 Davis. Conner— 57, 65, 132-133 Davis, Randall — 148 Davis, Sally— 98. 113. 160 Davis, Sara Beth — 46. 47. 142-143 Davis, Susan— 96, 198, 120, 160. 168 Dawson. Reggie— 82, 142-143 Day, Terry— 91, 98, 160, 192-193 Dean, Brltt— 56. 57, 77. 8 1 . 102. 142-143 Dean. Betsy— 44, 46, 124, 132-133 Dean. Emelyn— 102. I 13, 138-139 Decker. Ricky— 36. 53, 78, 86. 148 DeGuenther. Janle— 7. 81. 91, 112. 121. 125. 126. 127. 160, 164, 176. 180, 181, 189 DeGuenther, John— 78, 114, 142-143 deJarnette. Robert— 98. 142-143 deLoache. Barbara— 98. 104-105, 114, 116, 121. 122, 148 Denison. Michael— 78. 142-143 Dennard. James — 132-133 Dennis, Kyle — 42. 85. 148 DeRosa, Neil— 132-133 DeWolfe. Karen— 127, 142-143 Deter, Jean— 102, 117. 142-143 Devereaux. Dean — 96, 113. 122. 125, 148, 168 Dlckert. John— 160. 164 Dickinson. Camilla— 100. 132-133 Dillon, Gall— 103, 132-133 Dlrenzo, Jamie — 142-143 Dodson, Chip— 27. 46. 97. 100. 102, I 17, 142-143 Donaldson. Bob— 42. 103, 132-133 Dorsett. Cheryl 8, 142-143 Doughtie, Rosemary— 99. 113. 121. 122. 148 Douglass. Joann — 102. 1 14 Dounis. George— 9. 36. 39. 40. 61, 63. 102, 106. 107. 119. 124. 160 Dounis, Stephanie— 97. 127. 142-143 Downs. Patty — 44. 45, 54-55. 82, 98. 121. 160. 164 Doyle. Bob— 78. 142-143 Doyle. Tony— 78. 148 Dozler. Diane— 101. 148, 168 Dozier, Robert- 78, 142-143 Drlskell. Charles— 24. 76. 77, 79, 83. 97, 108, 1 10-1 I 1. 1 18, 128. 160, 176. 180. 181 Drlskell. Gene— 97. 132-133 Drody. Carol— 102. 120. 161 Drohan. Edward — 43, 99, 138-139 Drohait, Rosemary— 91, 127, 161 Drunrmond, Robert — 148 Duck. Johnny — 46, 132-133 Dumas. Jeff — 65. 132-133 Durrett. Nan— 97. 102. 114. 120. 161 Dut+on, Diana— 102. 112. 142-143 Dyas. Nannette — 161 Dye. Kris- 142-143 Echols. Linda— 101. 127, 160, 161 Economy, Johnny — 43, 79, 102. 1 13, 142-143 Eden, Mark— 61. 81, 113, 130. 148 Ediund, Marilyn— 89. 96, 114, 116, 126, 148 Edwards, Bob— 79. 114. 142-143 Edwards, Dorothy — 148 Edwards. Judy— 82. 91. 96, 102. 103. 110-111. 113, 114, 116. 121. 154, 158, 161 Eidson. Jay— 65. 103, 132-133 Eldson, Susan— 59. 95. 142-143 Eidson. Wendy — 46. 47, 84. 96, 106-107. 108. 1 14. 161 Ellcington. Ken— 79. 142-143 Elliott, Larry— 138-139 Elliott, Nancy— 100. 102. 112, 148 Ellis, Cathe— 48. 97. 120. 125, 148 Ellis. Laurie— 48. 100, 118. 148 EIrod. Emmie— 96, 103, 132-133 EIrod, Lillian— 138-139 Eisner. Don — 46, 142-143 English. Tim— 102. 113, 138-139, 145 Ervin, Ann— 97, 102, 118. 120. 128, 129, 161, 168 Eslcew. Martha— 115, 132-133 Eskew, Taylor— 97, 122, 148, 151 Estes, Dale— 102, 120, 122, 129, 162 Fain, Jackie— 44, 45, 54-55, 58, 97, 98, 108, 110-111, 114, 116, 121, 125, 162, 164, 176, 184, 185 Fanning, Mary Jo — 46, 113, 128, 142-143 Farnham, Dana— 114, 142-143 Felder, Manny— 46. 100, 101, 142-143 Felts, Alice— 97, 132-133 Ferguson, Doug— 83, 84, 92, 148 Ferguson. Eleanor — 137 Ferguson, Freddy — 102 Ferren, Joel— 100. 102, 114, 148 Flaherty, Susan— 26, 48, 92, 109, 1 12, 1 16, 125, 126. 148. 151 Flanagan. Gail— 1 13. 138-139 Flanagan, Mike- 132-133 Fleagle. Arlene— 142-143 Fleagle. Susan— 114, 138-139 Fling. Trlcla— 113. 123. 138-139 Flynt, Charlette-— U. 97, 115. 132-133, 135 Flynt, Lynda Lee— 19, 45. 54-55. 58, 98, 110-111, 114, 116, 121, 125, 148 Folsom, Anne — 142-143 Ford, Anne— 113, 142-143 Ford, Cecilia— 59, 112, 142-143 Forstall. Margaret — 45. 142-143 Fouts, Tony— 132-133 Fox, David— 26. 1 12. 138-139 Fox. Steve— 24. 53. 54-55. 81, 96, 99, I 12, 113, 119, 148. 151 Eraser. Judy— 102, 142-143 Freeman, Nancy — 142-143 Fricks, Marsha— 127. 138-139 Friedman. Lynn — 99 Fuller, Walt— 148 Gaar, John— 42, 65, 103, 132-133 Gair, John— 138-139 Galloway, Tara— 100, 114, 138-139 Gamble, Nancy— 48, 112, 142-143 Garmon, Dub — 43, 138-139 Garmon. Margaret — 142-143 Garmon, Martha — 138-139 Garner, Pat- 3, 138-139 Gasklns, Danny- 2, 65, 115, 134-135 Gatlin, Curt— 42, 103, 134-135 Gatlin, Karen— 97, 134-135 Gavant, Cary— 43, 83, 142-143 Geller, Robert— 113, 148 Gendel, Phyllis— 48, 97, 114, 117, 138-139 Gentry, Edgar— I 38-1 39 Gerdes, Larry — 162 George, Carolyn — 44, 45, 54-55, 58, 92, 93, 108, 1 14, 1 18, 121, 125, 162, 164, 174 Gilbert, Bill— 43, 79, 117, 142-143 Gillespie, Jan— 24, 92, 1 1 0-1 I I, 126, 148 Gillespie, Miriam S, 97, 113, 117, 138-139 Glattstein, Mark— 1 38-1 39, 160 Glatzer, Larry— 1 34-1 35 Gloer, Lynne— 102, 142-143 Gloer, Merry— 103, 134-135 Glover, Lament — 134-135 Gokee, Meg— 97, 98, 102, 123, 138-139 Goldberg, David— 1 34-1 35 Goldenberg, Ruth— 114, 142-143 Goldstein, Marlene— 1 15, 123, 134-135 Goodwin. Dede — 44. 103, 115, 134-135 Gordy, Mike— 42, 103, 134.135 Gordy. Nancy— 98. 118. 122. 125 Gottlieb, Gary— 65, 102, 138-139 Gowdy. Lana — 134-135 Gowdy, Pat— 63, 81, 148 Graeme. Jodee— 123. 138-139 Grant, Janace— 58, 59, 98. 114. 123. 129. 138-139 Gravitt, Suzanne — 48, 90, 91, 109, 1 10-111, 112, 120, 122, 123, 125, 127, 148 Gray, Bob— 67, 79, 142-143 Gray, David — 42, 134-135 Gray, Ruth Anne— 97, 102, 114, 122, 127, 148 Grayburn, Gayle — 142-143 Greaves, David — 49, 65, 102, 113, 127, 138-139, 141 Greenfield, Charles— 36, 72, 104-105, 110-111, 116, 124, 162, 176, 184, 185 Greenoe, Sharon — 100, 142-143 Gregory, Harry — 43, 82, 142-143 Griffin, David— 43, 55, 57, 79. 102, 1 17. 142-143 Griswold. Brenda — 142-143 Groetzinger. Sandy — 43. 138-139. 141 Groetzinger. Suzanne — 148 Grubbs. Bill— 80, 83, 112, 148 Grubbs, Carol— 134-135 Guice, Anne — 148 Gulley. Win — 42, 134-135 H Haas, Edwin — 49, 102, 113, 138-139 Haas. Karen— 1 13. 122. 142-143 Hackney. Tim — 46. 65. 134-135 Haden. Martha— 98. 112. 122. 127, 142-143 Haffen, Phil— 91. 162 Haile. Gretchen— 1 13. 123. 138-139 Halfen. Tom— 77. 80. 95. 127. 163 Hall. Ted— 113 Hall, Tim— 148 Hamburger. Judy— 91. 98. 163 Hamll. James — 138-139 Hamilton. Donny — 142-143 Hamilton. Diane— 114. 138-139 Hamilton. Frances — 102. 114. 129. 142-143 Hammack. Diane — 42, 100. 142-143 Hammond. Billy — 45. I 12. 148 Hammond. Nancy — 81. 88. 89. 92, 104-105, 109, 112, 116, 126, 148 Hanger. Bill— 102. 129. 163 Hannah. Beverly — 44. 134-135 Hannah. Helen — 148, 151 Hannah. Susan— 1 13. 117, 142-143 Hardy, Philip— 65, 134-135 Harper, Glenn— 83, 110-111, 114, 148 Harper, Llnda 8, 102, 113, 122, 142-143 Harper, Linda Lee— 102, 112, 122, 142-143 Harrill, John — 153 Harris, Kathy— 122, 148 Harris, Wayne — 138-139 Harrison, Elizabeth— 98, 118, 125, 158, 163 Hartwig, Jim — 43, 53. 82. 1 13. 142-143 Harvey. Lee— 134-135 Haskins, John— 96. 102, 163 Hauseman, Bill— 134-135 Hawkins. Marcia— 48, 112, 142-143 Hayden. Doug— 65. 134-135 Hayden. Howard— 42, 134-135 Hayes, Dottie— 91, 106-107. 120. 125, 163 Hayes. John— 36. 142-143 Haynle, John— 4. 83. 102. 1 18. 130, 148 Head. Warner— 43. 97. 138-139 Heath. Robert— 138-139 Heany, Robert— 142-143 Hearn. Bobby— 65. 134-135 Hearn, Estelle— 96. 113, 122, 148 Heaton. Tommy — 134-135 112. 138-139 I 15, 134-135 148, 151, 160 102, 114, Helms, Bill— 25, 36, 39, 51, 53, 54, 53. 64. 1 19, 124, 163, 175, 182, 183 Henderson, Claudia— 102, 114, 122 Henderson, Edward— 36. 94, 95, 163 Henderson, Larry — 148. 45-47 Henderson. Tom — 99, 142-143 Hendon. Kathy— 113, 122, 123, 138-139 Hendrlckson, Victor— 57, 55, 134-135 Henry, Arthur— 99. 148 Henry. Neal— 83. 142-143 Herring. Lewis— 79, 142-143 Hester, Ronnie — 148 Hibbert, Carl— 45, 49. 63, 97, 1 12, 1 17, 138-139 Hibbert, George — 46. Hibbert, Thomas — 46, Hieber, Ronnie— 77, 78. 79, 163 Highsmith, Lynn— 29. 102. 114, 163 Highsmith. Steve— 102. 138-139 Hightower. Sherryl— 102. 148 Hill. Cheryl— 102, I 13. 123. 138-139 Hill. Ricky— 163 Hill. Tommy— 79, 85, 142-143 Hlnes, Bob— 138-139 Hinsch, Robert— 67, 96, Hlnton, Frances — 153 Hitchcock, Lee— 24, 91, 1 18. 120. 122, 153 Hitchcock. Wayne— 77, 82. 114. 148 Hobble, Sheryl— 114, 142-143 Hobby. Ray— 134-135 Hodges. Barry— 55. 114. 138-139 Hodges. Bill— 45. 142-143 Hodges. Susan B, 102. 114. 117, 122, 142-143 Holcomb. Starling— 98. 108. 110-111, 113, 127. 163 Holland. Jack— 138-139 Hollyfleld. Bob- 6, 138-139 Hood, Jimmle — 134-135 Hoover. Susan — 134-135 Hopkins, Douglas — 134-135 Home, Ann— 91, 1 13, 1 14, 163 Home, Mike- 138-139 Horsley, Joan— 102, 109, 113, 122, 129, 142-143 Horton, Susan — Hotchklss, Betsy— 115, 134-135 Howard, Joyce — 148 Huey, Johnny— 1 12. 141, 138-139 Huffmaster, Mike— 43, 51, 78, 142-143 Huffmaster. Pat— 97. 1 15. 132, 134-135 Hughes. Carol— 114. 142-143 Hughes. Jack— 98. 142-143 Hughes. Rosewyn— 102, 113, 123, 138-139 Hull. Beth— 100. 106-107. 112. 117, 123, 138-139 Hull, Billy— 9, 106-107, 119, 162. 165 Hultman, Terry— 37, 39, 41, 122, 148. 150, 153 Hume, Margaret— 113, 123, 138-139 Hume, Virginia— 109, 112, 114, 122, 129, 142-143 Hunkin. Ed— 43, 79, 142-143 Hunt, James— 68, 83, 114, 142-143 Hurder. Alex— 23. 94, 95, 106-107, 108, 109, 110-11 1, 1 12, 118. 127, 165, 176, 186, 187 Hurder, Wayne— 78, 112, 127, 142-143 Hurt, Harry— 57, 102, 138-139 Huston, Sandy— 142-143 Hyder, Julia- 102, 148 Ike, Martha— 97, 99, 112, 144-145 Irvln, Jim- 138-139 Irving, Bruce— 43, 85, 144-145 J Jackel, Dana— 55, 57, 79, 130, 144-145 Jackson. Genie — 46, 144-145 Jackson. Johnny— 49, 92, 109, III, 112, 148 243 Jacobs, Randy— 36, 61, 92, 148 Jacobs, Ronald— 138-139 Jacobson, Aileen — 99. 112, 113, 144-145 Jaep, Carolyn — 46, 47, 114, 148 James, Randy— 57, 112, 138, 139 Jamison. Margaret — 148 Jansen, John — 138-139 Jansen, Sandra — 3, 80. 92, 93, 106-107 109, 116, 126, 164, 165, 176, 186, 187 Jenkins, Edith— 103. 134-135 Jennings. Judy — 165 Jett. Bo— I 16. 164, 165 Johns. Davids — 99. 165 Johns, Judy — 102 Johnson. Caryl — 89. 104-105. IIO-III. I 16. 126. 147. 148 Johnson, Judy— 7, 89, 114, 116, 120, 164, 165, 176, 184, 185 Johnson, Michael G.— I 14. 165 Johnson. Michael H.— 85. 144-145 Johnson. Scott— 115. 134-135 Johnson. Ricky— 63, 74, 77, 83, 84, 165 Johnston. Jo — 46. 106-107, 165 Johnston. Warren — 36, 66. 80. 89, 104-105, I 16, 124, 147, 150-151 Jolly, Linda— 96, 100, 144-145 Jones, Ben— 134-135 Jones, Carol — 46, 100, 138-139 Jones, Janalyce — 122, 150-151 Jones, Mike— 90, 91, 109, 113, 118 1 50- 1 5 1 Jones, Peggy— 97, 134-135 Jones, Reggie— 36, 102, 103, 165 K Kalski, Eddie— 42, 65, 134-135 Kane, Michael— 79, 150-151 Kardos. John — 43, 117, 144-145 Keefe, Karen — 98 Keeney, Joe— 36, 41, 77, 80, I 16, 165 Keller, Judy— 138-139 Kelley, Carl— 85, 144-145 Kemph, Gail— 102, 113, 144-145 Kellar, Juan — 134-135 Kelly, Stephens— 150-151 Kennedy, Ted — 42, 115, 134-135 Kersh, Susan— 1 15, 134-135 Ketchum, Karen— 112, 138-139 Kilgo, Lyn — 48, 102, 110-11 1, 114, 120, 122, 125, 150-151 Kilgore, Sandra— 24, 48, 102, 122 123, 150-151 Kincaid, Greg— 83, 144-145 Kindred, Debbie — 48,97, 102, 113 122, 144-145 King, Gary— 36, 80, 150-151 King, Jack — 63, 66, 69, 144-145 King, Jo Ann — 9, 48, 76, 90, 91, 104-105, 108, 110-111, 116, ' 121, 125, 154, 164, 165. 176, 178. 179 King, Tommy — 49, 64, 150-151 King, Vickl— 125, 165 Kirby, Mary Ann— 103, 134-135 Kirby, Sherry — 102, 144-145 Kluge. Roger — 46, 68, 100, 144-145 Knight, Jon Cantey — 65, 138-139 Kocsis, Dianne — 120, 165 Kohn. Judy— 92, 93, 97, 104-105, 106-107, 108, 109, 110-111, 114 116, 120, 165, 191 Kopley. Michael— 85, 144-145 Kronich, Arlene— 115, 134-135 Kubiak, Roberta— 114, 150-151 Lacher, Dick— 27, 150-151 Lacy, Kathy- 103, 115, 134-135 Landis, Allan — 42, 65, 134-135 Landis, Harold— 80, 138-139 Landis, Steve— 3, 36, 38, 39, 62, 63, 66, 89, 102, 124, 166, 176, 182 183, 190 Laney, Beth— 1 15, 134-135 Lanier, Jimmy — 43, 66, 80, 102, 1 12, I 17, 124, 144-145 Lanum, Judy — 166 Larson, Dickey— 1 34- 135 Larson, Dee— 144-145 Lashley ane— 99, 138-139 Lawhorn, Carol— 3, 97, 98, 120, 166 Lawson, Brenda— 122, 129, 138-139 Lawson, Joe — 65, 134-135 Lennox, David — 4, 9, 63, 64, 66, 92, 93, 108, 110-111, 119, 124, 166 Lennox, Reglna — 101, 144-145 Leonard, Kathy— 79, 101, 113, 121, 166 Leonaitis, Larry— 112, 138-139 Levine, Elaine— 16, 22, 98, 108, 109, 110-111, 113, 118, 121, 125, 166 Lieb, Jean— 106-107, 113, 122, 123, 166 Lieffers, Rex— 134-135 Lindsay, Barbara— 97, 117, 138-139 Lindsay, Judy— 7, 84, 90, 91, 109, 1 14, 116, 120, 122, 125, 158, 164, 166 Lindsay, Ray— 42, 134-135 Litaker, Greg— 79, 102 Livingston, Susan — 46, 134-135 Logan, Linda— 114, 117, 138-139 Long, Pam— 122, 150-151 Loomis, Cynthia — 58, 59, 97, I 13, 125, 150-151 Loomis, Hugh— 83, 85, 144-145 Love, Margaret — 44, 45, 54-55, 98 125, 126, 150-151 Lowe, Patricia— 134-135 Lucas, Carolyn — 99, 144, 166 Lucas, Melanie — 144-145 Lucas, Ross— 99, 1 14, 138-139 Lundgren, Hank — 138-139 Lunsford, Bert — 85, 122, 144-145 Lymburner, Janice — 102, 150-151 Lynch, Diane — 46, 47, 144-145 Lynch, Sharon — 115, 144-145 Lynch, Susan — 127, 134-135 Lyner, Adria — 102 Lyon, Carol— 114, 166 Lyons , Neel— 99, 138-139 M MacMillan, Bonnie— 102, 138, 139 McAfee, Murray— 83, 144-145 McAlister, Ken— 150-151 McBrayer, Miles — 46, 144-145 McCauley, James — 42, 65, 103 134-135 McCauley.Nancee — 150-151 McClelland, Jimmy — 83, 86, 102 150-151 McCIure, David — 43, 65, 112 136 138-139 McCIure, Laura — 102, 120, 112 122 150-151 McCormick, Randall — 42, 103, 134-135 McDaniel, Betty— 114, 138-139 McDanlel, Gary— 134-135 McDonald, Joe — 9, 102, 103, 110-111 118, 154, 166, 176, 180, 181, 189 ' McDonald, John— 83, 150-151 McDonald, Susan — 16, 58, 59, 68 98 106-107, 108, 116, 121, 125, 156 ' 1.58, 166, 168, 176, 182, 183 McDonald Terry — 49, 65, 138-139 McDowell, Bobby— 36, 39, 53, 70, 71, 82, 119, 124, 144, 147, 150, S 153 McEachern, Bill — 83, 144-145 McFarland, Jerry — 96 McFerrIn, Billy — 42, 134-135 McGahee, Lila— 102, 112, 150-151 McGinty, Peg— 97, 98, 114, 116, 121, 122, 150-151 McGregor, Gordon — 42, 134-135 McGregor, Mike — 43, 80, 144-145 Mclver, Bonnie — 166 McKay, Sherwood — 43, 82, 102 106- 107, 117, 142, 144-145 McLaughlin, Mike— 138-139 McLaughlin, Tim — 83,96, 150-151 McLaughlin, Jeannie — 144-145 McMahon, James — 80, 144-145 McMillan, Connie— 123, 134-135 McMillan, Joe— 1 12, 150-151 McRae, Sara June— 94, 95, 102, 109, 113, 127, 129, 166 McRae, Scott— 134-135 McSween, Mike— 138-139 McWilllams, Janet— IIO-l 1 1, 102, 120, 150-151 McWIIIiams, Melinda— 123, 127, 138-139 Maas, Frankie— 134-135 Macon, Randall, 79, 86, 150-151 Maddox, Mary Jo — 45, 113, 117, 124, 138-139 Malone, Shelley — 92, 93, 58, 59, 68, 109, 110-111, 120, 125, 128, 150- 151, 192-193 Marcus, Gary — 81, 150-151 Markert, Peggy — 47, 113, 122, 144-145 Marr, Keith— 81, 102, 150-151 Marshall, Ellen— 1 38-1 39 Marshall, Nancy — 144-145 Martin, Neva— 97, 108, 114, 110-111 120, 167 Martin, Gloria— 1 18, 126, 166 Martin, Jimmy— 79, 97, 102, 119, 150-151 Martin, Mary Sue — 45, I 13, 1 17, 136 138-139 Mathls, Barbara — 48, 112, 120, 122, 125, 127, 150-151 Mathls. Betty— 48. 102, 114, 123, 127 Mathls, Pat— 140 Mayes, Sallie— 1 12, 144-145 Meadors, Irby — 140 Meadows, Lisa — 134-135 Meals, George — 32, 49. 63, 95, 100, no-Ill, 128, 167 Meals, Mary Anne — 22, 96, 102, 122, 1 44- 1 45 Mehr, Cathie— 102, 120, 122, 150-151 Mehr, Gary— 65, 102, 1 12, 140 Melnsen, Janet — 48, 98, 110-11 I, 112, 150-151 Melton, Keller — 43, 61, 65, 99, 140 Merlin, Gayle— 101, 113, 127, 140 Merritt, Johnny— 36, 53, 82, 150-151 153 Meyer, Gayle- 22, 97, 102, 114, 144-145 Millard, Pam— 150-151 Millard, Robin- 140 Millard, Sharon— 1 50-1 51 Miller, Helene— 99, 113, 144-145 Miller, John— 140 Milling, William— 80, 144-145 Mitchell, Cathy— 97, 102, 114, 144-145 Mitchell, Coverly— 86, 150-151 Mock, Beth — 44, 1 15, 134-135 Mock, Jimmy — 43, 80, 144-145 Moe, Linda— 92, 97, 109, 110-111 114, 150-151 Moncus, Laura — 122, 127, 167 Montague, Peter — 67, 102, 127, 140 Montgomery, David — 112, 144-145 Montgomery, Mike — 46, 144-145 Moore, Bill— 42, 56, 65, 132, 134-135 136 Moore, George — 150-151 Moore, Janet — 112, 139, 140 Moore, Karen — 9, 100, 102, 110-111 118, 121, 167, 176, 180, 181 Moore, Ki— 100, 102, 144-145 Moore, Larry— 101, 1 1 7, 1 18, 167 Moore, Leslie — 45, 144-145 Moore, Mary — 99, 140 Moore, Nancy — 45, 113, 122, 140 Moore, Pat — 43, 85, 112, 144-145 Moorehead, Helen — 22, 96, 102 122 126, 127, 167 Moran, Charles — 67, 102, 114, 140 Moran, Donald — 140 Morden, Bonnie— 91, 97, 98, 99, 1 18, 121, 167 Moret, Donald— 74, 77, 79, 167 Moreland, Steve — 68, 81, 82, 84, 92, 93, 104-105, 109, no-Ill, 114, 116, 130, 150-151 Morgan, Betty— 32, 91, 102, 108, 1 10-1 1 I, 1 18, 120, 154, 168 Morgan, Jay— 81, 83, 144-145 Morgan, Teresa — 4, 98, 100, 118, 126, 168 Morris, Diane — 134-135 Morris, Rick— 68, 69, 127, 134-135 Morris, Tommy — 80, 103, 144-145 Morrison, Ami— 102, 114, 144-145 Morrison, Betty— 114, 144-145 Morrison, David — 77, 80, 8 1 , 168 Morrison, Ann— 46, 96, 1 15, 134-135 Moss, Anadora — 43, 46, 100, 1 14, 144-145 Moss, Grady — 43, 46, 100, 114, 144-145 Moss, Sharon— 102, 112, 144-145 Mower, Andy — 134-135 Mower, Leslie — 150-151 Muir, Cindy— 9 , 150-151 Mullan, Carmen — 144-145 Murdock, Charles— 43, 65, 113, 140 Murray, Billy— 1 15, 134-135 Murray, Bob— 83, 100, 144-145 Murray, George — 77, 83, 79, 158, 168 Murray, Kathy— 144-145 Murray, Michael — 1 12, 140 Muse. Keith— 42, 56, 134-135 Muse, Lee— 77, 81, 150-151 Myers, Linda— 113, 140 Myers, Liz— 123, 127, 140 N Nager, Bonnie— 98, 150-151 Naylor, Bill— 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 70, 83, 114, 119, 130, 150-151 Newkirk, March— 90, 102, 103, 106- 107, 109, 114, 120, 122, 147, 150-151 Newman, Gene — 46, 47, 100, 144-r45 Nichols, Don— 80, 114, 144-145 Nichols, Nicky— 102, 122, 127, 144-145 Nicholson, llene— 134-135 Nix, Lewis— 29, 81, 82, 1 10-1 II, 114, 128, 168 Norman, Bill— 27, 46, 100, 144-145 Norrls, Jim— 80, 144-145 Northcutt, Jeanle — 44, 96, 134-135 Northcutt, Jo Ann— 22, 140 Nutting, Nancy— 59, 123, 140 Oakes, Cathy— 102, 144-145 Oakley, Kurt— 140 Ogden, John— 9, 63, 66, 1 19, 130, 150-151 Old, Paul — 43, 80, 144-145 Oliver, Anne— 1 14, 123, 140 Oliver, Mary— 29, 97, 102, 114, 117 144-145 O ' Quinn, Kathy — 158, 168 Orr, Barbara — 45, 54-55, 97, 114, 116, 125, 126, 150-151 Orr, Donald— 46, 57, I 12, 1 14, 140 Orr, Douglas — 46, 57, 1 12, 1 14, 140 Ostrom, Linda— 120, 125, 154, 168 Otwell, Carolyn— 122, 128, 129 l 144-145 Otwell, Terry — 168 Outz, Betty— 91, 12, 108, 109, 110-111, 116, 121, 169 Outz, Lamar — 43, 80, 144-145 Oxford, Glo— 134-135 Owens, Marsha — 102, 134-135 Pace, Beverly — 140 Parham, Leroy — 140 Parker, Charles— 150-151 Parker, James— 144-145 Parker, Rick— 78, 144-145, 169 Parker, Rodney— 100, 128, 140 Parks, Richard Parnell, Gail— 101, 109, 129, 169 244 Parrott, Lee— 26, 100. 112, 140 Parsons, Barbara— 123, 140 Parsons, Linda— 103, 134-135 Partridge, Valarie — 102, 150-151 Paschal, Beryle— 113, 123, 140 Paschal, Lora— 96, 123, 134-135 Patterson, Beverly— 48, 122, 144-145 Peavy, Tek— I 14, 144-145 Peebles, Lynda— 140 Pendley, Ken— 80, 144-145 Pennell, Lee— 80, 144-145 Pershing, John— 89, 108, 109, I lO-l II, 112, 116, 154, 162, 169, 176, 184, 185 Peters, Judith— 102, 169 Pettys, Richard— 4, 46, 100, 109, 169 Philips, Ginger— 97, 114, 127, 150-151 Phillips, Charles— 134-135 Phillips, Eugene — 152-153 Pierce, Jackie— 102, 152-153 Plaster, Diane— 134-135 Plaster, Martha Jeanne — 67, 99, 133, 122, 128, 129, 144-145 Plunkett, Sandra— 102, 114, 123, 140 Polk, LeRoy ' Pollard, Cindy— 102, 144-145 Poole, Johnny 3, 97, 102, 140 Poole, Ken— 83, 144-145 Poore, Steve— 77, 78, 80, 169, 189 Post, Stephanie — 169 Poulos, Maria— 152-153 Poulos, Tina — 48, 144-145 Powell, Ann— 115, 134-135 Prince, Robin— 152-153 Pruitt, Patsy— 134-135 Purser, Paul— 152-153 Rachels, Linda— 102, 114 Ragland, John — 79 Ragsdale, Mike— 81, 140 Rainwater, Betty- 97, 102, 120, 152-153 Rainwater, Sandra — 140 Rand, Craig— 57, 63, 66, 134-135 Rand, Charles— 64, 83, 144-145, 146 Rankine, Chris— 53, 54-55, 91, 96, 102, 106-107, 114, 128, 129, 169 Rankine, Dicky— 81, 144-145 Rapp, Carl— 61, 100, I 14, 152-153 Rawson, Steve— 65, 115, 134-135 Rayburn, Carol— 1 15, 134-135 Rayburn, Lee— 43, 71, 72, 81, 144-145 Reeves, Mary Ann — 46, 144-145 Reisman, Susan — -144-145 Renshaw, John— 36, 39, 62, 63, 66, 90, 91, 106-107, 124, 156, 161, 169, 176, 178, 179, 189 Respess, Mary Louise — 96, 101, 122. 144-145 Rhodes, Billie— 102, 114, 127, 140 Rhodes, Carolyn— 144-145 Rhodes, Rip — 43, 65, 140, 141 Richardson, Ronald— 83, 102, 114, 152-153 Rickett, Danny— 96, 164, 169 Rickett, Sally— 96, 140 Riley, Ann— 90, 91, 109, 1 13, 122, 127, 169 Ritter, Mandy — 67 Roberts, Judy— 102,170 Roberts, Tommy— 85, 113, 144-145 Robertson, Ethel— 58, 59, 69, 125, 170 Robey, John— 144-145 Robison, Sherry— 46, 59, 82, 96, 170 Rogers, Carol— 96, 103, 134-135 Rogers, Ellen— 78, 92, 93, 108, 1 18, 170 Rogers, Floyd— 77, 78, 86, 170 Rogers, Linda- 144-145 Rogers, Mark- 63, 82, 152-153 Rogers, Marsha— 122, 144-145 Rolfness, Barry— 81, 101, 144-145 Romoff, Mark— 81, 101, 144-145 Rose, David— 81, 144-145 Rosen, Jo Anne— 101, 152-153 Rosenblum, Steve — 140 Rudolph, Bob— 77, 81, 127, 170 Ruff, Nora Ellen— 113. 123, 140 Rumble, Leslie— 114, 123, 140 Ruska, Jim— 85, 152-153 Ruska, Tom— 134-135 Russell. Richard— 43. 57, 140 Russell, Robert— 65, 103, 132, 134-135 St. Clair, Diane— 134-135 St. Germain, James — 103, 134-135 St. Germain, Ronald— 1 34-1 35 Samples, Bill- 81, 140 Sander, Ricki— 103, 134-135 Sanderlin, Frank — 140 Sansone, Vicki — 144-145 Satterwhite, Harry- 65, 134-135 Scarborough, Lynn — 9, 88, 89,92, 108, 1 16, 120, 158, 164, 170, 176, 186, 187 Schall, Valerie— 91, 125, 170 Scheer, Stefanie— 1 34- 1 35 Schell, Fran— 102, 1 12, 144-145 Schiffman, Helen— 96, 114, 144-145 Schnapper, Bobby— 103, 115, 134-135 Schrader, Susan— 69, 101, 114, 118, 120 Schwefel, Linda— 91,98, 114, 121, 122, 171 Schubert. Ashley— 98, 144-145 Schubert, Louis— 96, 102, 171 Schutte, Hugh— 25, 36, 77, 81, 95, 109, 124, 171 Schutte, Jeannie — 48, 123, 140 Scott, Bill- 6, 65, 134-135 Sechler, Larry— 81, 144-145 Seibert, Jimmy — 140 Seibert, Woody— 171 Seiden, Ronnie — 152-153 Selby, Linda— 144-145 Selph, Bill— 19, 42, 134-135 Selph, Elaine— 46, 134-135 Selph, Mike— 83, 1 14, 151, 152-153 Seney, John — 140 Shadburn, Paul— 84, 109, 1 12, 130, 152-153, 170 Shannon, Steve— 22, 82, 144-145 Sharkey, Suzy— 78, 91, 114, 120, 171 Sheffield, Kenneth— 134-1 35 Sheffield, Mike— 1 15. 134-135 Sheppard, Harold— 7, 29, 53, 54-55, 91, 101, 106-107, 114, 118, 164, 171 Sherman, Diana— 99, 1 12, 127, 144-145 Sherman, Laurence — 112, 140 Sherwood, Sharon— 102, 113, 122, 144-145 Shields, Doug— 36, 39, 41, 71, 171 Shingler, Julie— 144-1 45 Shires, Susan— 67, 113, 127, 144-145 Simmons, Jane — 3, 171 Simms, Carol— 1 13, 123, 140 Simonton. Bob— 82, 84, 118, 152-153 Simpson, Dave— 80, 83, 101, 152-153 Simpson, Jane— 48, 102, 113, 123, 126, 140 Simson, Christy— 102, 140 Sinclair, Jack— 25, 36, 39, 61, 63, 81, 130, 152-153 Sinclair, TonI — 46, 47, 96, 152-153 Skene, Charlotte— 67, 113, 118, 152-153 Skene. John — 140 Skene, Mike — 67, 140 Skipper. Jane— 48, 97, 102, 122, 152-153 Skipper, Linda— 128, 129, 144-145 Skipper, Peggy— 115, 127, 134-135 Slack, Connie— 113, 122, 127, 144-145 Slaght, Joann— 22, 97, 102, 127, 1 44- 1 45 Slate. Don— 36, 81, 144-145 Sligh, Robert— 114, 144-145, 146 Slocum, Skip — 140 Sluss, Bobby— 74. 77, 81, 82, 172 Smalley, Betsy— 3, 98, 114, 118, 120, 122, 172 Smith, Bill— 4, 91, 102, 109, 118, 128. 129, 172 Smith, Brenda— 58, 59, 140 Smith, Carter— 36, 77, 82, 83, 144-145 Smith, Dana— 172 Smith, Debbie— 103, 123, 134-135 Smith, Dorothy— 102 Smith, Edwin — 42, 57, 65, 134-135 Smith, Laurie— too, 102, 109, 110-111, 1 14, 126, 152-153 Smith. Lynn— 134-135 Smith. Pat— 102, 140 Smith, Ray— 172 Smith, Rick— 83, 113, 144-145 Smith, Ronald— 152-153 Smith, Shirley— 152-153 Smith, Tommy— 81, 144-145 Smith, Virginia— 114, 122, 127, 146 Smith, Willard- 65, 97, 115, 134-135 Smyth, Barbara— 102, 134-135 Smyth, Jacquelyn — 146 Somerville, Margaret — 27, 48, 118, 121, 125, 173 Sommerfield, Claudia — 84, 100, 109, 114, 116, 121, 158, 172 Spain, Ann — 134-1 35 Sparr, Jay— 1 12, 140, 141 Speck, Claude— 80, 82, 113, 152-153 Spence, Eleanor — 67, 114, 123, 128, 140 Spencer, Diane— 94, 95, 98, 109, 173 Springer, Cheri— I 15, 134-135 Springer, Rodger — 63-85,152-153 Squires, Ken— 101, 146 Stanfield, Elizabeth— 79, 97, 100, 102, 108, 110-111, 112, 120, 128, 129, 173 Stanford, Larry — 43, 140 Stanton, Carol— 98, 118, 126, 152-153 Stecker, Nancy— 101, 102, 152-153 Steele, Jan— 25, 102, 122, 152-153 Steinman, Patty— 1 14, 140 Steinman, Shelley— 100, 121, 173 Stelling, George— 36, 60, 61, 88, 92, 108, 109, 1 16, 129, 154, 173 Stelling, Nancy— 28, 102, 114, 129, 146 Stepter, Chuck— 128, 173 Sterrett, Noel — 46, 140 Stieglitz, Beth— 152-153 Stieglitz, Patricia— 103, 134-135 Stockton, Linda— 97, I 12, 123, 140 Stoenner, Randy— 98, 129, 152-153 Stone, Buz— 23, 52, 53, 109, 169, 173 Storey. Marsha— 102, 112. 122, 146 Stow. Randy— 42, 65, 134-135 Strain, Rise— 96, 102, 113, 123, 140 Strohbehn, Sandy— 102, 104-105, 110- 1 II, 112, 116, 127, 151, 152-153 Strong, Murray — 140 Stubblebine, Charlotte— 102, 114, 123 140 Stubblefield, Connie— 122, 127, 152- 153, 173 Suddath, Adele— 114, 122, 173 Sugarman, Anita— 101, 144-145, 146 Sulcer, Linda — 146 Swain, Susan— 97, 120, 152-153 Swilley, Pam — 45, 97, I 14, I 17, 146 Swindler, Barbara — 140 Swindler, Sharyn—1 13, 152-153 Szecsey, AIek — 140 Tait, Christie— 115, 134-135 Taitz, Barbara— 152-153 Taitz, Bette— 97, 101, 102, 152-153 Talerico, Jimmy— -43, 97, 140 Tallaksen, Lesley— 48, 152-153 Tallini, Robert— 92, 109, 110-111, 112, 1 19, 148, 152-153 Tate, Evelyn — 146 Taylor, Cathy — 136 Teasley, Ben— 49, 62, 63, 66, 81, 83, 119, 152-153 Terrell, Susan — 141 Terte, Jeff— 146 Textor, Scott— 81, 146 Thiebaut, Robert— 67, 83, 114, 146 Thomas, Judy— 48, 99. 110-111, 1 14, 118, 120, 122, 125, 152-153 Thomas, Nancy— 24, 92, 102, 109, 110-111, 114, 120, 122, 123, 148, 152-153 Thompson, Glenn — 122, 152-153 Thompson, Tommy — 141 Thrapp, Mark — 136 Tilghman, Linda — 146 Tillis, Barbara— 114, 122, 152-153 Tillis, Edwin— 78, 130, 152-153 Tillman, Linda — 98 Tippin, Ricky— 42, 136 Tippin, Kay— 96, 102, 144, 151, 152-153 Tipton, David— 152-153 Tolleson, Steve— 68, 81, 113, 146 Tolley, Frank— 146 Tomasulo, Dana — 44, 103, 115, 136 Toney, Alan— 49, 63, 66, 83, 152-153 Tourjee, Barbara — 66, 67, 113, 122, 146 Towns, Karen — 173 Towns, Terry — 141 Trippe, Sallie— 103, 136 Trippe, Suzanne— 102, 114, 127, 146 Trotter, Helen— 152-153 Trout, Sally— 96, 98. 122, 152-153 Excitement . . . anticipation . . . friendship. 245 Truby. DuVe— 80, 152-153 Tucker,- Bill— 136 Turner, Susan— 114, 122, 129, 146 Tynes, Donna— 102, 114, 141 u Ulbricht, NanneHe— 113, 127, 141 Ulbrlcht, Tom— 79, 83, 152-153 Upchurch, Buddy— 57, 136 V Vail, Robert— 83, 146 Vance, Cecile— 58, 59, 68, 114, 152-153 Vandergriff, Carol— 102, 120, 122, 123, 127, 152-153 VanSant, Kendall— 136 Vansant, Jim— 61, 68, 69, 102, 164, 173 Veatch, Bobby — 46 Veatch, Michael— 103, 135, 136,141 Veltre, Mary— 146 Vlass. James— 29, 81, 82, I 14, 146 Vlass. Mary— 23, 27, 44, 45, 54-55, 109, 114, 118, 121, 125, 164, 173, 174 Voglesonger, Tom— 77, 81, I 10-11 I, 112, 113, 130, 152-153 Vorus, Ann— 79, 98, 109, 173 Vorus, Henry— 43, 141 w Wages, VIcU— 141 Walnwright, Jan— 91, 96, 102, 110- 111,1 12, 127, 129, 173 Wainwright, Randy— 43, 57, 97, I 12, 117, 141 Wagoner, Lee— 29, 43, 85, 102, 114, 146 1 12, 152-153 36, 106-107, I 19, 128, 192, . 97, Walker, Grace— 97, 101, 102, 123, 128, 129, 14! Walker, Jay— 82, 112, 146 Waller, Bob— 26, 46, 112, 141 Wallis, Jean- 97, 152-153, 173 Walls, Kothy— 103, 136 Walsh, Bill— 152-153 Walters, Bill— 1 13, 141 Walton, Mary— 91, 102, 112, 120, 173 Ward, Buck— 82, 146 Ward, Randy— 136 Ward, Seth— 136 Warren, Butch— 77, 81, Washburn, Bill— 9, 24, 108, 110-11 1, 112, 132, 174 Washington, Sue Ann — 46, 47, 9 1 , 98, 113, 116, 120, 174 Waters, Leigh— 123, 141 Watklns, Ann— 141 Watkins, David— 78, Watkins, Laura — 46, 127, 146 Watkins, Mary Nell- Watson, Billy— 136 Watts, Llewelyn— 136 Watts, David— 23, 86, 110-11 I, 174 Weaver, Elizabeth — 46, 112, 122, 146 Weaver, Nancy— 102, 1 14, 141 Webb, Bob— 43, 112, 141 Webb, Hulan— 102, 141 Webb Lyn— 102, 104-105, 116, 121, 125, 174 Weber, Mark— 55, 135, 136 Webster, Dell— 91, 112, 122, 158, 174 Wedow, Sandy 9, 62, 56, 82, 146 Wehling, Daniel— 1 52- 1 53 Weigand, Paula— 136 Weisser, Carol— 101, 146 Wells, Sandra— 102, 109, 113, 116, 121, 174, 191 Wendell, Bill— 26, 112, 141 152-153 47, 100, 114, -25, 102, 152-153 Wendling, Bud— 82, 146 Wheeler, Bob— 36, 37, 39, 54, 70, 71, 73, 89, 119, 152-153 Wheeler, Suzanne — 113, 141 White, Barry— 3, 4, 9, 61, 97, 103, 1 13, 118, 128, 127, 167, 174 White, Kathy— I 14, 1 17, 141 White, Linda — 44, 45, 54-55, 104-105, 109, 1 10-1 1 1, 1 12, I 16, 122, 125 White, Mary Ellen— 96, 122, 146 Whitford, James— 82, 146 Whitington, Bill— 62, 63, 85, 96, 113, 117, 146 Whitington, Deedy— 36, 85, 103 Whlttington, Van— 77, 152-153 Wllbanks, David— 57, 102, 117, 146 Wilkinson, Dorothy— 123, 136 Wilkinson, Joe— 146 Willcox, Charles— 77, 82, 152-153 Wlllenbucher, Amy— 103, 136 Wllley, Diane— 46, 100, 110-111, 108, 112, 120, 127, 128, 129, 174 Wllley, Jane— 26, 97, 112, 123, 141 Williams, George — 49, 62-63, 64, 56, 174 Williams, 152- Wllllams 127, Williams Williams Williams, Williams, 114, 12, 122, 141 Gloria— 98, 102, 53 Louise— 92, 48, 152-153 Martha— 127, Peggy — 146 Phil— 117, 43, 65, 102, 141 Vicky— 141 Wills, Ashley— 65, 115, 103, 136 Wills, Joan— 102, I 13, 127, 145 Wilson, Camellia — 136 Wilson, Debbie— 45, 59, 67 Wilson, Diane- 120, 129, 174 Wilson, Tim— 80, 152-153 Wilson, Wendy— 115, 136 Winchester, Susan— 97, 103, 136 Windham, Jim— 60, 51, 69, 91, 92, 1 16, 110-111, 109, 129, 164, 174 Winn, Susan— 102, 129, 145 Winston, Philip— 65, 136 Wohlgemuth, Charlotte— 103, 136 Wohlgemuth, Elaine— 98, 102, 110 Hi, 113, 122, 129, 152-153 Wolf, Kenny— 136 Wolfe, Emmett— 141 Wood, Alan— 141 Wood, Raymond — 136 Woodall, Tim— 36, 37, 39, 54, 70, 71, 72, 88, 89, 119, 124, 152-153 Woodhouse, Brenda — 141 Woodward, tHarriet — 44, 45 110-1 1 I, 1 16, 121, 125, Woolley, Anne— 136, 146 Woolley, Herb— 82 Wright, June— 96, 135 Wright, Tom— 85, 96, 174 Wright, Wilbur— 141 Wurreschke, Ann— 91, 160, 174 Wyche, Joe— 36, 37, 39, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 70, 96, 99, 151, 152-153 Wysong, Gordon— 82, 97, 152-153 Y 50, 51, 53, 92, 109, 54-55, 98 52-153 120, 1 13 191 110-111 Yarbrough, Claudia — 136 Yeargan, Sue — 48, 102, 103 122, 123, 151, 152-153, Young, Judy 4, 45, 54-55 113, 122, 125, 152-153 Young, Marianne — 146 Young, Patty— 141 Young, Susan — 46, 113, 141 Young, Susan— 82, 98, 116, 120, 121 174 Zaivis, Sharon — 136 = 1 INE PRINTING SINCE 1887— That ' s the story of Foote Davies, Inc. 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(rmnle • l£i(A »fi af) if • ,5Wo« amtfa fui ' eM ATLANTA 24, GEORGIA 1963 HI-WAYS STAFF SENIORS Sandra Jansen Editor Dennis Berry Faculty Wayman Bishop Business Beverly Burch Underclassmen Richard Bunzl Photographer Carolyn George Seniors Jo Ann King Business Judy Kohn Index David Lennox Sports Judy Lindsay Business Betty Outz Typist John Pershing Clubs Ellen Rogers Artist Lynn Scarborough Representatives George Stelling Activities Jim Windham Sports, Military JUNIORS Suzanne Barnes Activities Susan Flaherty Index Doug Ferguson Photographer Jan Gillespie Typist Suzanne Gravitt Business Nancy Hammond Faculty Johnny Jackson Artist Randy Jacobs Underclassmen Mike Jones Business Shelley Malone Sports Linda Moe Clubs Steve Moreland Seniors March Newkirk Business Robert Tallini Clubs Nancy Thomas Artist Tim Woodall Sports Mrs. Nancy Green Advisor Miss Kay Armitage .... Business Advisor Backward This has been a year of changes at North Fulton — from the " O " period to the small senior rings. The Annual Staff also wanted to make some changes in the book — something new and vital. So our trail was set. Take a non-conformist staff, endless arguments, 1800 pictures, a couple of miles of body copy, and a female editor and produce a new, modern yearbook. If our finished product has shocked or impressed you, you can imagine how we feel. We started in September wi th twenty- five totally different plans for a book. It is now May and I think we have officially eliminated five, maybe. Ellen had the View section and Divider pages. Her frantic cries for " italics " and " more white space " will ring long in all of our memories. Dennis had Faculty, where he came through miraculously with a com- pleted section and a drawer full of unprintable captions. Lynn was the Jack-of-all-trades. When she wasn ' t working on her section. Represen- tatives, she was helping everyone else. I can ' t imagine how I would have done without her. After half a dozen delays and a couple at- tempts at suicide, George finally came through with his section — Activities. Judy flawlessly Indexed the hundreds of pictures and people. Her accuracy and efficiency amazed us all. John, Ignored everybody and turned out a pretty darn good Club section. Spring sports and Military were Jim ' s dilemma. His even temper and calm judgment made him a pleasure to work with. The Senior section which Is perhaps the most Interesting and Important section, if not to anyone else but the seniors, was Carolyn ' s headache. Betty was our typist. Her two years under Miss Newberry made typing this book a minor job. Heavily bundled, David spent many a late hour in our cold annual room which accounts for his good sports section and frost bitten nose. Beverly had Underclassmen. For weeks after her pages went to press, she had night- mares filled with little faces. Doug and Richard took the Innumerable pictures. Well, here is the ' 63 staff, but I can ' t think of them without also remembering the corney jokes, tickling episodes, 50 mile hike discus- sions, and back-scratching sessions. To leave these out would leave out the elements which broke the tension, monotony, arguments, and kept us all going. This Is the end I guess. It seems like all year I ' ve been wondering what I was going to say and now I can ' t seem to stop. I would like to thank Jo Ann, Wayman, and Judy (the business staff), who worked miracles to get enough money for the color pictures. Without them not only the color, but the whole book could not have been possible. As a staff, we thank you for your ads, subscriptions, and good faith and offer you this annual, not as a book but as a tangible memory of this year, your year — 1963. Sandra Jansen Editor, 1963 Hi-Ways 247 ,.cvHV- " " ' ' •- !■


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