Northside High School - Viking Yearbook (Atlanta, GA)
- Class of 1957
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In your many unselfish endeavors which
you have undertaken at Northside you have
endeared yourselifg to each person with
whom you have Worked. 3' 'V 'hra . e I ,
Products, second only to perfection, have
come from your energetic spirit in ap-
proaching tasks such, as molding a Senior
Play and organizing a yearbook of one
of the largest Atlanta schools. All of this
is in addition to maintaining a high status
as an ,English teacher.
i If you had known that we were dedicat-
ing this annual to you, you would, of course,
have stopped us, for your modesty is a part
We are honored to dedicate this, The
1957 VIKING, to you.
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Entering Northside can be as bewildering as
entering another country, for each school has its
own laws, traditions, system of government and
customs. The feeling of aloneness can seem very
acute at times. The long task of turning rooms full
of strangers into classes with friends begins anew
as people meet, and the bonds of friendship are
forged in varying degrees.
Each of the novel experiences common in the
course of the first few weeks make high school
seem a little fresher and a little more wonderful.
The first impression of Northside is one of im-
mensity. A new student is often struck with this
upon realizing that his next class is three floors
and the length of a teeming hall away. It is puzz-
ling to try to decipher a schedule card showing
classes changing rooms and cryptic abbreviations
such as "Sp, Hutchvg HC. C. rm 102, L", "Durden,
Mil. Bldg. M-Q", "4 a8cc, Lun.b". The next thing
which he must do is familiarize himself with the
room numbers and names of all his teachers.
After learning his way around the maze of halls
and doors, he realizes that there are four grades
above him. He looks with respect to the upper
classmen and eagerly looks forward to that far
off day when he will attain the status of senior.
After the newness wears off, the student realizes
that high school is a great deal of work. He might
gripe about his homework, but he usually ap-
proaches it with determination. He worries about
finals and then at the same time jokes about that
big failure. There is a reason for everything that
he does, but the greatest satisfaction comes from
just learning to live.
The hours of lost sleep and gallons of midnight
oil are not in vain, however, for the rewards are
rich. Many privileges and most coveted honors
require that one obtain at least a "B" average. A
more far reaching reward is the wonderful pre-
paration one receives for college or entrance into
the business world.
Here at Northside we have a wonderful chance
to learn, as it has one of the highest ratings of any
school in the city. Our faculty is very competent
and our facilities are steadily improving.
After a full davis grind, ai pep rally is a welcome i 'YL qu Sgil as
change. The stunts of the cheerleaders and the Pep
Club do much to bring about the enthusiasm of
the milling students. Our cheers and shouts reach
their crescendo as the spirit spreads among the
home wo 'ld be the
part of the day 5 however this is not always the case.
Even with the fine work of the traffic patrol, jams
are inevitable with the number of cars and the
limited parki aci ' ies. flylja
if fjify it
Many things are said repeatedly about football,
but actually the game itself is not the only element
of excitement. The cheering congregation of fami-
liar faces, the tempting aroma of hotdogs and pop-
corn, and the spirited strains of the band all go to-
gether to make up a memorable season. At the time
the confusion in the parking lot, the long ticket
lines, or the unpleasant weather may be annoying,
but football season constitutes the fondest of all
The dance-formal, informal, in the gym, or at
the Biltmore-always makes an exciting evening.
At 11:30 the curfew sends everyone home with
tired feet and happy hearts.
The feeling of tenseness and excitement gives
way to one of pleasant anticipation for the dance
which usually lies ahead. The preparations, al-
ways taken for granted except by those who are
responsible for them, start several weeks before-
hand with the arrangements for the band. A brave
corps of duty-minded individuals is recruited and
given the underated name of "Decorating Com-
mittee? The job of these brave students begins
early in the afternoon and is usually not finished
until minutes before the arrival of the first couple.
Although it lasts but a few minutes after the dance
begins, the work of these people is always of the
Our thoughts now turn toward our future edu-
cation or forthcoming career. Applications by the
barrels are patiently filled out and sent to numerous
colleges. We spend many tedious days awaiting
their reply. Our days are Hlled with preparation,
whether it is in the form of taking College Boards,
visiting colleges and having interviews, or review-
ing The College Handbook.
We go to parties and dances, order invitations,
select graduation dresses, all while we are trying
to get in the last book report, work the last hundred
algebra problems, perform the last chemistry ex-
periment and spend one last hour in detention hall.
We seniors at last realize the reluctance the
departing seniors have always felt. Even with our
bragging about leaving at last, we acknowledge
the fact that we are parting with the happiest
years of our lives.
The feeling of bewilderment has now become
one of confidence, the loneliness has been trans-
formed into fellowship and companionship. Each
nook and corner of this building has become a
familiar part of our everyday life. The well-worn
books, the gnarled desks, and the shining trophies
now become part of the past.
Superintendent of Schools
KENNETH R. WILLIAMS GERALD Y. SMITH
Deputy Superintendent Assistant Superintendent
Rov W. DAVIS
JARVIS BARNES WARREN G. FINDLEY
Assistant Superintendent Assistant Superintendent
Administrative Services Pupil Personnel Services
WARREN T. JACKSON
Superintendent Area III
WEDDINGTON H. KELLEY
The hand of experience - guidance -
understanding - authority - this signifies
RITA BERRONG J. RALPH KEMP MARY BALLARD
Counselor Counselor Registrar
FRANCES HALE BRYAN
GENE MARIE CALLAWAY
BLANTON F. CARTER
MRs. J. L. CI-IESNA
CAROLYN PHILLIPS CLAPP
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MRS. JAMES A. ANcHoRs, JR.
F. V. ANDERSON
MRS. W. HERRIN AUSTIN
MRS. D. F. BLACKWELDER
MARY PIRKLE COLLEY
RALPH T. DABBS
MARY Lou GILBERT DORSEY
JOHN DxcKENs, JR.
JAMES V. DILLARD
JOAN HALE DREGER
RosE F AULKNER
ELIZABETH MooN FERSEN
NANCY F. FRASER
MRS. ANDREW MACINTOSH
MRS. ALLEN A. MATTHEWS
MRS. ROGER MOISTER
WALTER L. MORRIS
LAURA W. HUGHES
WILLIAM E. HUGHES
THOMAS J. HUGHEY
MRS. WARREN T. JACKSON
MARY LOU JOHNSON
ANN C. KIEFFER
LAURA F. LEARY
HELEN A. LOGAN
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RICHARD E. PAGE
HELEN G. ROBERTSON
S. R. ROMERO
J. L. SMITH
GEORGE S. SULLIVAN
Mathematics and Social Studies
MRS. G. W. SMITHWICK
MRS. CHARLES SNOW
MR. W. L. SPENCER, JR.
MRs. H. ADEN TAYLOR
BETTY T. THOMAS
T. C. VOCALIS
MRS. W. SESSEL WATERS
COYLE WILSON, JR.
Coach, Industrial Arts
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There are many erperiences in life which give us maturity. Un-
fortunately, these experiences are often unrecognized, endured rather
than valued. So it is with high school: we rarely see the true worth of
high school life until it is a memory. We seldom realize this maturity
gained in high school, for it varies greatly and although gradual and
sure, its approach is almost always resisted.
As we leave, it is our greatest desire to recognize this maturity and
use it to live a more valuable life.
President . . . TOMMY BURNS
Vice President . . BILL FARR
Secretary . . . . BETH FULLER
. CHARLES HOWARD
WILLIAM MANSFIELD ARMSTRONG
ACE, Physics Club 5, ROTC 3, 4.
PAUL DENON ARRINGTON
KAT, Ad Club 1, Assistant Bank Teller 2, Golf Team 2,
3, 5, Science Club 3, Nutrition Aide 3, PTA Representative
3, Home Room Secretary 4, Teacher's Aide 5, Captain of
Trallic Patrol 3, 4, 5, Military Officer 5, Neatest Cadet
DALE JACQUELINE AVARD
REB, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, 5, Bank Teller 2, 3, 4, 5,
Director 4, 5, Junior Civitan 4, 5, Pep Club 4, 5, Library
Aide 2, Y-Teens 2, Biology Club 4, Latin Club 3, Coun-
selor's Aide 4, 5, Red Cross Representative 1, Council ol
Interfaith Fellowship 3.
FRANK WILLIAMS BAKER, JR.
ACE, Track 4, 5, Cross Country 5, PASFAV 4, ROTC 5,
Oiflicer 5, Science Club 2, Teacher's Aide 5, Biology Club 3.
JAMES GARY ADAMS
TOP, Hi-Y 4- 5, Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5, ROTC 3, 4, Basketball
2, 3, Football 1, All-State Tournament Baseball Team 4,
Biology Club 3, PASFAV 4.
LOLA MONTEZ ALBRIGHT
REB, Bank Teller 1, 3, Y-Teens 1, PASFAV 3, 4, Spanish
Club 4, President 4, Bank Worker 3, 4, 5.
WILLIAM BURNS ALLEN
TOP, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Oiiicer 5, Geology Club 2, Biology
Club 3, 4, Chemistry and Physics Club 5, Homeroom
JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH ANDERSON
Entered from Westminster Schools, 1955, TOP, French
Club 5, Library Aide 4, Teacher's Aide 5.
SHELBY JEAN BEAVERS
ACE, Y-Teens 2, 5, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1,
PASF AV 4.
JAMES GORDON BECKHAM
ACE, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Captain 5, Basketball 1, 2, 3,
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ROTC Officer 5, Student Council 4,
All-City Football 3, Honorable Mention All-State 4, Hi-Y
4, 5, Letter Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Homeroom President 1, 2,
JAMES FRANK BELL
ACE, Chapter Chairman 5, National Honor Society,
Treasurer 5, Hi-Y 5, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Viking 5, Junior
Civitan 4,5, Baseball Manager 4, Football Trainer 5,
Spanish Club 5, Homeroom Treasurer 4, Student Council
WILLIAM C. BELLINGER
TOP, Member of Best Drilled Company 3, Library 4, 5,
Varsity Rifle Team 3, 4.
JOHN RANDOLPH BAKER, JR.
ACE, Bank Teller 2, 3, Homeroom President 2, Vice
President 3, 5, Secretary 4, Varsity Basketball 4, Varsity
Baseball 4, 5, Varsity Football 4, 5, Physics and Chemistry
Club 4, 5, Mineral Club 3, Hi-Y 4, 5, All-State Baseball
Team 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Hi-Y Basketball 5, Junior Civi-
tan 4, 5.
ALICE POLLOCK BATES
REB, Cheerleader 1, 3, 4, 5, Cheerleader of the Week 4,
Gym Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Military Sponsor 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 3, Bank Teller 4, Mineral Club 4, Secretary 4,
FHA 4, PASFAV 4-5, Spanish Club 5, Bank Director 2,
Counselor's Aide 4, 5.
ANITA JOYCE BEAUCHAMP
ACE, Y-Teens 1, 2, Cheerleader 1, Homeroom Treasurer
1, 3, Vice President 5, Annual Representative 2, FHA 2,
Bank Director 4, 5, Vice President 5, Hi-Y Sponsor 5, Girl's
Chorus 2, 3, Military Sponsor 5.
KAT, Vice President 4, Co-President of Student Body 5,
Student Council 5, Student Cabinet 5, Interclub Council
4, 5, Harvard Club Award-Most Outstanding Junior Boy
4, Football 2, 3, 4, 5, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, Key Club 3, 4, 5, Hi-Y 1, 4, 5, Representative Senior
5, Spanish Club 5.
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DIANNE COLQUITT BRIDGES
KAT, Spanish Club 5, PASFAV 4, 5, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3,
FHA 1, 5, Junior Red Cross Representative 4, Girls' Chorus
2, 3, 4.
JOHN ALAN BROCKSMITH
Entered from Upper Arlington High School, Columbus,
Ohio, 1955, TOP, Basketball 4, 5, Cross Country 5, Track
5, ROTC 4, 5.
RAYMOND WESLEY BROWN
TOP, Football 1, Manager 2, 3, 4, 5, Track 1, Manager
4, 5, Basketball 3, Manager 2, 4, 5.
THOMAS AUSTIN BROWN
KAT, Band 1, Rorc 3, 4.
REB, Football 3, 4, Basketball 3, Baseball 1, 2, Varsity
Baseball 4, ROTC Oflicer 5, Hi-Y 5.
JIM FRED BOARDMAN
REB, Football l, 2, 3, 4, 5, All-City, All-Greater Atlanta,
Most-Improved Player 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, Gym Team 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, 5, Teacher's Aide 5, Art
Club 5, Homeroom Vice President 2, 3, Treasurer 5, Chem-
istry Club Treasurer 5.
NANCY ELIZABETH BOST
REB, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 5, FHA 4, 5, French Club 3, 4,
Homeroom Annual Representative 1, Secretary 3, Pep Club
2, Geology Club 4, Bank Teller 5, Schedule Aide 5,
BETTY VIRGINIA BRADY
KAT, Commercial Club 5, Library Staff 3, Cafeteria Aide
4, Military Sponsor 3, Y-Teens 1, Teacher's Aide 5, Girls'
Chorus 2, 3.
VALARIE KAY BURTON
REB, Tiger Tales 5, Y-Teens 1,2,3, French Club 5, Min-
eral Club 4, Basketball 1,2,3,4.
Entered from Bass High School, Atlanta, 1952: TOP,
General Science Club 1, Biology Club 1, Bank Worker 1,
Physics Club 1 , PASFAV, ROTC.
JAMES BAYARD CARSON, JR.
Entered from Henry Grady High School, Atlanta, 1953,
TOP, Tiger Tales Editor-in-Chief 5, Advertising Manager
4, Key Club 5, Physics and Chemistry Club, Vice-President
4, Junior Achievement 3,'Astronomy Club Vice President
3, Latin Club 3, General Science Club 2, ROTC 3,4,5,
Teacher's Aide 5, Representative Senior 5, National Honor
REB, Viking 5, Student Council 5, Bank Worker 1,2,3,5,
Director 4,5, Cashier 5 , Homeroom Secretary 1,2,3,4,5,
PASFAV 4,5, President 5, Spanish Club 5, Pep Club 3,5,
Y-Teens 1,2,3, FHA 1,2,3,4, Teacher's Aide 5, Annual
BEVERLY GAIL BRUMIT
Entered from Tennessee Jr. High, Bristol, Tennessee, 1953,
REB, Pep Club 3, 4, Biology Club 4, Clinic Aide 2, 3,
Office Aide 3, 4, 5, Red Cross Representative 4, PASFAV
4, 5, Y-Teens 2, 3, 5, Drama Club 5, PTA Representative
2, Spanish Club 5, Sergeant at Arms 5.
JUDY WORLEY BRYANT
Re-entered from Ashley Hall, Charleston, S. C., 1956,
ACE, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, PASFAV 5, FHA 1, 2, Y-Teens
1, 2, Spanish Club 5, Homeroom Secretary 2.
ROBERT CAMPBELL BUCKLEY
TOP, Treasurer 2, Paper Sale Chairman 5, Football 1, 2,
3, 4, 5, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 4, 5, PASFAV
3, 4, PTA Representative 3, Spanish Club 4, ROTC 3, 4.
THOMAS CRAWFORD BURNS
ACE, Bank Teller 1, 3, Annual Representative 2, Science
Club President 2, Homeroom President 4, 5, Junior Civitan
President 4, 5, Physics and Chemistry Club 4, Fellowship
President 5, Senior Class President 5, Viking Editor 5,
Hi-Y 4, 5, Student Council 4,5 , Representative Senior 5.
LARRY W. CHESTER
Entered from James Whitcomb Riley High School, South
Bend, Indiana, 1955 5 ACE5 ROTC 5.
MARITA ELIZABETH CHILTON
Entered from Westminister, January, 1955 5 TOP5 FHA
4,5 5 Tiger Tales 45 Art Club 55 Teacher's Aide 5.
MYRA JEAN CLARK
Entered from North Fulton High School, Atlanta, 1955 5
REB 5 French Club 45 Chemistry and Physics Club 55 Y-
Teens 55 Future Nurses Club 55 PTA Representative 45
SANDRA JANE CLOWER
KAT5 Y-Teens 15 Library Assistant 25 Junior Achieve-
ment 354, Secretary 45 Cafeteria Aide 55 Girls' Chorus 3,
45 Girls' Softball 45 Biology Club 5.
LOIS ANN CHAMBERS
Entered from Withrow High School, Cincinnati, Ohio,
19535 REB5 Student Council 4,55 Tiger Tales 4,55 Atlanta
Scholastic Press Association, Corresponding Secretary 5
French Club 4,5 5 Latin Club 35 Physics and Chemistry
Club 55 Secretary 55 Mixed Chorus 45 Biology Club 3,45
Y-Teens 2,3,45 Annual Representative 3,45 Pep Club 3,4 5
National Honor Society 5.
ELIZABETH GAINES CHAPLIN
Entered from Grady High School, 19535 REB5 Y-Teens
2,35 Bank Worker 35 Girls' Chorus 35 Mixed Chorus 45
PASFAV 4,55 Red Cross Representative 45 Viking 55 Span-
ish Club 55 Biology Club 55 Future Nurses Club 5, Secre-
JANE GRAY CHEELY
Entered from Druid Hills High School, 19555 REB5 Girls
Chorus 35 Geology Club 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Spanish Club
4,55 PASFAV 3,4555 FHA 4,5, Vice President 5 5 Inter-faith
Fellowship Council 55 Student Council 55 Home Room
Secretary 55 Clinic Aide 5, Best Citizen Girl 55 Repre-
sentative Senior 55 National Honor Society 5, Treasurer.
MARY EUGENIA CHEELY
Entered from Druid Hills High School, 1955 5 REB5 FHA
354,55 PASF AV 3,4 5 Spanish Club 3,45 Y-Teens 3,5-5 Swim-
ming 45 Tiger Tales Copy Editor. 55 Girls' Chorus 3 5 Mixed
Chorus 45 Annual Representative 4,55 Commercial Club
5 5 Representative Senior 5.
VIRGINIA DORMANDY CREE
TOP5 Red Cross Representative 2535 Biology Club 253,45
Girls' Chorus 2,3545 PASFAV 35 Library Aide 25 Physical
Education Aide 4.
DIANE ELIZABETH CUNNINGHAM
RE-erltered from North Hollywood High School, Califor-
nia, 19565 REB 5 General Science Club 25 Astronomy Club
25 Chaplin 35 Military Sponsor 35 Majorette and Flag-
twirler 2,35 Chemistry and Physics Club 55 Future Nurses'
Club 55 Homeroom Annual Representative 35 PTA Repre-
sentative 35 Viking 55 Y-Teens 2535 Junior Achievement
35 Treasurer5 Vice President 3.
NANCY LEE DAGUE
REB5 Viking Editor 55 National Honor Society, Vice
President 55 Spanish Club 55 Physics and Chemistry Club
55 FHA 4,5 5 President 45 Homeroom Vice President 45
Y-Teens 1,25 President 25 Girls' Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus
455, Treasurer 45 Representative Senior 55 Tiger Tales
Girl of the Month 55 Student Council, 55 Junior Civitan, 5.
ELIZABETH IONE DENNIS
KAT5 Y-Teens 1,2555 Girls' Chorus 3545 Office Aid 4555
Basketball 15 Softball 35 FHA 2555 Bank Worker 3.
JANET SUE COHEN
TOP 5 Art Club 354555 Vice President 55 Red Cross Repre-
sentative 253,45 PTA Representative 25 Liberty Aide 455 5
Y-Teens 1525 FHA 15 Bank Worker 3545 PASFAV 4.
CLARENCE EVERETT CONKIN
TOP 5 Physics and Chemistry Club 55 Football 1525 Hi-Y
15 ROTC 3,4555 Officers' Club 5. Q
CHARLES HEATH COWART
REB5 Key Club 55 Hi-Y 55 Home Room Treasurer 35
Tennis Team 25354555 5 State Doubles Champion 35 Viking
55 REB Ticket Chairman 4,55 Best Dressed Cadet NCO
45 Latin Club 3 5 Chemistry Club 55 Science Club 3 5 Mixed
NANCI GAIL COWART ii
TOP5 Y-Teens 15 Band 152, Oificer 4,55 Homeroom
Treasurer 35 Red Cross Representative, Secretary 45 Art
Club Secretary-Treasurer 55 Junior Achievement 354,55
SANDRA DIANNE ELLENBURG
ACE 5 Red Cross Representative 15 Majorette 15 Y-Teens
2,35 Science Club 25 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4,5 5 All-State
Chorus 35 Bank Teller 45 French Club 55 Junior Achieve-
Entered from New Trier High School, Winnetka, Illinois,
SHIRLEY ANN ETHRIDGE
ACE5 Bank Teller 1 5 Cafeteria Aide 55 Commercial Club 5.
- MORRIS EWING
KAT5 Student Body Treasurer 3 5 KAT Treasurer 2, Paper
Sale Chairman 55 Key Club 4,55 Hi-Y 4,55 Football 1,25
Basketball 152,354 5 Baseball 1,25 Golf 45 City Golf Tourna-
Engznt Medal 45 Student Council 3,45 Inter-club Council
SUSAN IRENE DIMOCK
TOP5 Y-Teens 15 Girls' Chorus 253,45 Library Aide 3
Girls' Rifle Team 354,55 Chemistry and Physics Club 4
Junior Achievement 35455.
JOHN KENNEDY DUNLAP
ACE 5 Library Aide 25 Assistant Bank Teller 35 PASFAV 4,
55 Bank Director 4,55 Spanish Club 55 Physics and Chem-
istry Club 55 ROTC 354.
LOUIS E. DUPIN, JR.
Entered from North Fulton, Atlanta, 1933. TOP 5 Cafeteria
Aide 25 Traffic Patrol 3,45 ROTC 3,4.
DIXIE DIANA EDWARDS
KAT5 Y-Teens 2,35 FHA 25 Band 15 Girls' Chorus 25
Mixed Chorus 3,4555 Swimming Team 35 Tennis Team 35
Science Club 25 Latin Club 2,35 Teacher's Aide 55 Dra-
matic Club 35 Junior Achievement 4, Secretary 4.
WILLIAM B. FOLSOM
Entered from McRae-Helena High, McRae, Georgia, 1953 5
TOP5 Band 2,3545 General Science Club 25 Astronomy
Club 35 Latin Club 35 Physics and Chemistry Club 4,5 5
Lab Assistant 45 Junior Achievement President 45 Viking
55 Annual Representative 55 National Honor Society 5.
JULIAN OWEN FORRESTER
REB5 Chapter Chairman 55 National Honor Society 5,
Parlimentarian 55 Key Club 4,55 Hi-Y 55 Tiger Tales 4,5,
Managing Editor 55 Band 2,3,4, President 45 Junior
Achievement 3,4555 Homeroom Treasurer 1,2,3, Vice Pres-
ident 45 Science Club 2, Vice President 25 Physics and
Chemistry Club, President 55 Science Council 35 Repre-
sentative Senior 5.
CLAUDIA SMAW FOSTER
Entered from Westminster Schools, Atlanta, 19555 REB5
Senior Y-Teens 55 Schedule Aide 4,55 Teacher's Aide 55
French Club 4,5.
EVE COOPER FOY
Entered from Woodrow Wilson Junior High, Tampa,
Florida, 19535 Inter-club Council 4,5 5 Student Govern-
ment Secretary 45 Junior Civitan 4,5, Vice President 55
Football Sponsor 55 Hi-Y Sweetheart 45 Key Club Spon-
sor 45 ROTC Battalion Sponsor 45 Tiger Tales 4,55 Mixed
Chorus 4,55 PASFAV 4,5, Vice President 5 5 Interfaith Fel-
lowship Vice President 45 Representative Senior 5.
WILLIAM FARR, III
ACE 5 Football 1,3,4,5 5 Homeroom Vice President 2,4,
President 55 Student Council 55 Senior Class Vice Presi-
dent 55 Key Club 55 Hi-Y Club 4,5, Treasurer 55 Repre-
sentative Senior 5.
BRENT FLOYD FILSON
Entered from Mellon Jr. High School, Pittsburgh, Penn-
sylvania, 19545 REB 5 Junior Civitan 4,55 Football 3,4,5 5
Hi-Y 4,55 French Club 55 Biology Club 35 Chemistry Club
5 5 Art Club 5 5 Tennis 55 Baseball 3,4.
WALTER CAMPBELL FINK
TOP5 Band 2,3,4,5, First Lieutenant 55 Junior Achieve-
ment 5, Vice President 55 Physics and Chemistry Club 5.
HOWARD WILLIAM FISCH, JR.
Entered from Westminster, Atlanta, 19555 REB5 Vice
President Geology Club 45 Gym Team 45 Hi-Y 55 Chem-
istry Club 5.
BRUCE M. GILLETT
Reentered from Orange High School, Orange, New Jersey,
1956, TOP, Cross Country 4,5, Track 1,2,4,5, Spanish
Club 5, Chemistry and Physics Club 5, Band 2,4, PASFAV
MARGARET CHAPPELL GODWIN
KAT, Homeroom Vice President 1, Y-Teens 2,3, Cheer-
leader 4,5 , Gym Team 3,4 , Bank Teller 4,5 , Annual Repre-
RONALD BENNO GOETTINGER
TOP, Track 4,5, Basketball 2, Rifle Team 3,4,5, ROTC
3,4,5, Officers' Club 5, Viking 5, Science Club 2, Chernis-
try and Physics Club 4,5 , Cross Country Team 4, Latin
WILLIAM CLAYTON GRAVES
ACE, Audio Visual Aide 4,5, ROTC 3,4.
DAVID LEE FULLER
Entered from Garden City High School, Garden City,
New York, 1955, TOP, Art Club 5, Physics and Chem-
istry Club 4, 5, Band 3,4,5, French Club 3.
ELIZABETH ANN FULLER
REB, Y-Teens 1,2,3, Secretary 2, Vice President 3, Bank
Teller 1,2 , Homeroom Secretary 3, Vice President 5,
French Club 4,5, Executive Board 5, Interfaith Fellowship
Secretary 5, National Honor Society Secretary 5, Viking
5, Mixed Chorus 3,4,5, Secretary 4, Student Council 5,
Secretary of Senior Class 5, Junior Civitan 5, Geology
Club 4, Representative Senior 5.
WILLIAM HARRY GARRETT
Entered from Parkville High School, Baltimore, Maryland,
1953, REB, Mixed Chorus 2,3, B-Team Football 3, Nutri-
tion Aide 3, ROTC 3,4, Physics and Chemistry Club 5,
French Club 5.
KAT, Cheerleader 1, Y-Teens 1,2,3, FHA 1,2,5, Swim-
ming Team 2,3, Biology Club 4, PASF AV 3, Tiger Tales
Reporter 4,5, Bank Director 5, Homeroom Vice President
1, Bank Teller 2,4, Red Cross Representative 1,2, PTA
Representative, Office Aide 3, Teacher's Aide 4,5.
BEVERLY ANN HAMPSON
KAT3 Gym Team l32,3,4, Georgia State Championship
3,4 3 Varsity Cheerleader 2,334,253 Homeroom Secretary 3,4,
Treasurer 43 Y-Teens l,2,33 PASFAV 4,53 Bank Worker
33 Spanish Club 53 Pep Club 33 PTA Representative 33
Counselor's Aide 33 ROTC Battalion Sponsor 53 Viking 5.
HARRY NORRIS HANDLEY
REB3 President 53 Football l,2,3 3 Track 2,3 3 Bank Director
4,5, President 53 Key Club 4,5, President 53 Viking Photo-
grapher, Business Manager 53 Hi-Y 4,53 Homeroom Presi-
dent 233343 Honor Society 4,5, President 53 Interclub
Council 53 Representative Senior 5.
JOHN ALTON HARRIS
TOP, Ticket Sale Chairman 5, Chapter Chairman 53 Key
Club 2,3, Chaplain 4,53 Hi-Y 3,4,53 Biology Club Presi-
dent 53 French Club Treasurer 53 Track 4,55 Gymnastics
1,23 Captain 33 Homeroom President 3, Vice President 53
Interclub Council 5 3 Band 1.
PEGGY RUTH HAWKINS
Entered from O'Keefe High School, 19533 Kat3 Girls'
Chorus 2,33 Bank Assistant 33 Biology Club 3g Teacher's
Aide 53 Commercial Club 53 Counselor's Aide 5.
ELIZABETH LAVERNE GREEVER
REB 3 Co-President of Student Body 53 National Honor
Society 4,5 3 Student Council 4,53 Interclub Council 53
Fellowship Treasurer 53 Junior Civitan 4,53 Vice President
43 Mixed Chorus 3,4,5 3 Varsity Cheerleader 43 Pep Club
4,53 Y-Teens 132,33 Treasurer 33 Girl of the Month 53
Representative Senior 5.
PATRICIA SUE GRITZKE
ACE 3 Y-Teens 1,23 PTA Representative 23 Science Club
23 Swimming Team 1,23 Girls' Rifle Team 314,55 Schedule
Aide 43 Art Club 3,4, President 53 Chemistry and Physics
Club 4,53 GAA Basketball Co-Captain 43 Junior Achieve-
ment 3 Junior Red Cross Representative 43 Office Aide 5.
MARY ELIZABETH GROOVER
ACE3 Latin Club 2,33 Gym Team 1,25 PASFAV 43 Girls'
Rifle Team 53 Geology Club 43 FHA 53 Y-Teens 1,2,3,5g
Clinic Aide 3,43 Swimming Team 23 Mixed Chorus 4,5,
Vice President 53 Junior Civitan 4353 Girls' Chorus 2,3.
LAWRENCE EVERETT HAMILTON
Entered from Blue Ridge School for Boys, Hendersonville,
North Carolina, 1955 3 REB3 Hi-Y 53 Junior Red Cross,
JOHN SQOUTHERLAND HURT
TOP5 Track 2,35 Rifie Team 35 ROTC 3,4,5, Officer's
Club 55 Military Aide 4,5.
JOE MONROE JACKSON
Entered from Highland Park High School, Dallas, Texas,
19555 T,OP5 Football 35 Track 4,55 Cross Country 55
French Club 5.
DALE ANN JACOBS
REB5 Spanish Club 45 PASFAV 3,45 FHA 25 Y-Teens
1,2,3 5 Biology Club 3 5 Gym Team 3,45 Varsity Cheerleader
2,35 Pep Club 2,3545 Bank Director 55 Red Cross Repre-
sentative 1 5 Bank Worker 4,5.
LINDA LEE JANSS
REB5 Honor Society 4,55 Tiger Tales 4, Feature Editor 55
Bank Teller 1,45 Red Cross Representative 25 Annual
Representative 15 Girls' Chorus 25 Schedule Aide 55 Y-
Teens 1,55 Northside Representative to City-Wide Spelling
Contest 4,5 5 Future Nurses Club 5.
BETTY ANN HIGHTOWER
REB5 Homeroom Vice President 1, Secretary 35 Annual
Representative 2,35 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 3,45 Cheer-
leader 35 Girls' Chorus 25 Biology Club 35 Commercial
Club 55 FHA 2,3,4,55 Teacher's Aide 55 Bank Worker 4,5.
ANNE MILLIKEN HOLDEN
REB5 Y-Teens 1,2,35 FHA 1,25 Junior Civitan 55 Honor
Society 4,55 Tiger Tales 4, Associate Editor 55 Bank Teller
4,55 Frence Club 4,55 Counselor's Aide 55 Physics and
Chemistry Club 5 5 Biology Club 3 5 Representative Senior 5.
CHARLES KING HOWARD, JR.
ACE, Vice President 4, President 55 Hi-Y 4,5, President 55
Key Club 3, Treasurer 4, Vice President 55 Football
1,2,3,4,55 Track 1,2,3,4,55 Student Council 2,3,4,55 Inter-
club Council 4,55 Homeroom President 2,354-,55 Senior
Class Treasurer 5, Representative Senior 5.
TOP5 General Science Club, Secretary 25 PASFAV 4,55
Counselor's Aide 55 Rifle Team 45 Biology Club 35 Physics
and Chemistry Club 3,55 Junior Achievement 55 Spanish
JANET MIDDLETON JONES
Entered from Brown High School, 19535 TOP 5 Band 2,3,4,
5 5 Art Club 3,4,55 Mineral Club 3.
PATSY JEAN JONES
TOP5 Red Cross Representative 4,55 Commercial Club 55
MICHAEL KEITH KIRWAN
Entered from North Fulton, 19555 ACE 5 Chemistry and
Physics Club 45 ROTC 5.
BEVERLY ANN KITCHENS
KAT5 Band 1,2,3,4,5, Officer 55 Y-Teens 1,2,55 Annual
Representative 2,35 General Science Club 25 Astronomy
Club 35 Chemistry and Physics Club 55 Future Nurses
Club, President 55 Junior Civitan Club 4,5.
BOBBIE JEAN JETT
KAT5 Girls' Chorus 2,35 Biology Club 35 Y-Teens 2,35
Commercial Club 55 Cafeteria Aide 55 Teacher's Aide 5.
DONALD DUANE JOHNSON
Entered from Ocala High School, Ocala, Florida, 19555
Kat5 Band, Officer 4,55 Varsity Baseball 4,55 All-State
Orchestra 4,55 All-State Band 55 Atlanta Symphony 4,5.
N ELL LINTON JOHNSON
REB5 Y-Teens 1,25 PASFAV 4,55 Spanish Club 55 Pep
Club 3,4,55 Homeroom Officer 15 Dramatics Club 25 FHA
35 Teacher's Aide 4,55 Girls' Chorus 2.
WILLIAM WEISIGER JOHNSON
ACE5 Mineral Club, Vice President 35 Latin Club 35
Bank Teller 2,55 Junior Civitan 4,55 Spanish Club, Presi-
dent 55 French Club 55 PASFAV 55 National Honor
Society 4,55 Second in the State, French and Latin 45
Latin Department Trophy 35 School Spelling Champion
35 ROA Medal, ROTC 4.
KENNETH MALCOLM LAUBE
REB, Football 1, Gym team 1,2,3,4,5, Mixed Chorus, All-
State Chorus 5, Nutrition Aide 2 5 ROTC 3,45 Biology
Club 35 PASFAV 4, Homeroom President 1, Annual
Representative 35 Red Cross Representative 1,3.
KATHRYN WILSON LAVENDER
REB, Tiger Tales 55 Gym Team 2,3,45 Red Cross Repre-
sentative 4 5 Homeroom Bank Teller 4, Assistant 5, French
Club 55 Teacher's Aide 5 , Clinic Aide 4, Y-Teens 2,35
Miliary Sponsor 5 5 Junior Achievement 3.
LINDA ALINE LAYFIELD
ACE, Secretary 3, Chapter Chairman 55 Cheerleader 1,2,
3,45 Gym Team 1,2,3, Y-Teens 1,2,5 5 Sophomore Class
Secretary 3, Interclub Council 3,55 Annual Representative
45 Bank Teller 2,55 Pep Club 45 Schedule Aide 5 5 PASFAV
3,45 Spanish Club 4.
' JUDITH ANN LEIBOLD
Entered from Ramsay High School, Birmingham, Ala-
bama, 19555 REB, Tiger Tales 4,55 French Club 4,55 Y-
Teens 5 5 FHA 5 5 Military Sponsor 5.
ALON HEARY KOF F
ACE, Bank Teller 3 5 Homeroom President 15 Band 1,2,3,4,
5 5 Science Club 2 5 PASFAV 4, Spanish Club 5 5 All-City
Band 3,5 5 All-State Band 5 5 Latin Club 2,3.
KENNETH JAMES KREBS
Entered from Marist, Atlanta, 19555 REB, Mixed Chorus,
ROBERT STANLEY LAMB
TOP 5 Track team 1, Library Assistant 2 5 ROTC, Best
Drilled Squad 3,4,55 Best Drilled Platoon 3,4,55 Best Drilled
SANDRA LAN IER
REB, Y-Teens 1,2,3,55 Homeroom Officer 2, Girls' Chorus
3 5 Clinic Aide 35 .Office Aide 4, Schedule Aide 45 PAS-
FAV 4, FHA 5, Biology Club 5.
MARTHA FRANCES LOWRY
KAT, Girls' Chapter Chairman5 Red Cross Representative
55 Y-Teens 1,2,3, President5 FHA 1,4, Vice President 45
Interclub Council 55 Girls' Chorus 3,45 Bank Teller 35
Annual Representative 45 Pep Club 55 Schedule Aide 55
PASFAV 4,55 Spanish Club 55 Homeroom Vice President
NANCY LOU LYMAN
REB5 Y-Teens 1,2,35 FHA 4,55 Biology Club 3,45 Chemis-
try Club 55 Interfaith Fellowship Council 55 Military
Sponsor 45 French Club 45 Homeroom Secretary 5, Vice
President 45 Future Nurses Club 5, Vice President5 Viking
55 Clinic Aide 5.
LINDA LEE McCLURE
TOP5 Girls' Chapter Chairman 55 Basketball 15 Y-Teens
1,2,3,45 FHA 1,2,3,4,55 Bank Teller 2,3,45 Bank Worker
253, Director 4,5, Assistant Cashier 55 Homeroom Treas-
urer 2,5 5 Girls' Chorus 1,25 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Library
REB 5 Chapter Chairman 55 Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,4,55
Interclub Council 555 Y-Teens Secretary 2,35 Pep Club
3,4,5, Vice President 55 Spanish Club 55 Homeroom Presi-
dent 5, Vice Presid-ent 2,45 Red Cross Representative 25
PTA Representative 35 PASFAV 4,55 Gym Team l,2,3,45
Office Worker 45 Representative Senior 5.
SANDRA LYNNE LE SHANNA
Entered from Wilbur Junior High, Palo Alto, California,
19545 REB5 Student Council 55 Northside Interfaith Fel-
lowship Council 4,55 FHA 4,5, Secretary 55 Spanish Club,
Secretary 55 Pep Club 55 PASFAV 55 Junior Red Cross
Representative 4,55 Annual Representative 55 Y-Teens 35
Latin Club 3 5 Geology Club 4.
KENNETH H. LEVIN
TOP 5 Band 1,2,3,4,55 Science Club 2,35 PASFAV 4.
ROSALYN PATRICIA LEVIN
KAT5 Home Etc. Club 15 Y-Teens 1,25 Girls' Chorus 25
B Team Cheerleader 3, Captain 35 Pep Club 35 Geology
Club 45 PASFAV 55 Spanish Club 55 Office Aide 55 Bank
Worker 3,4, Director 55 Junior Achievement 4,5.
BARBARA JOYCE LOTT
ACE5 Y-Teens l,2,35 Mixed Chorus 25 PASFAV 3,45
Spanish Club 3,45 Biology Club 55 Teacher's Aide 55
Counselor's Aide 3,45 Art Club 55 Red Cross Representa-
tive 5 5 Military Sponsor 1.
WILLIAM HENRY MADDOX, III
ACE5 Football 1,2,3,4,55 Track 3,4,55 Key Club 3,4,55
Hi-Y 4, Vice President 55 Physics and Chemistry Club
4,55 Science Club Vice President 35 Bank Teller 3 5 Student
Council 1,25 Homeroom President 2,4, Vice President 1,5,
Secretary 35 Representative Senior 5.
RICHARD JAMES MADISON '
KAT5 Secretary 35 Baseball 2,3,45 Basketball 3,45 ROTC
3,45 Hi-Y 45 Key Club 4.
RONALD DEAN MAJOR
REB5 Football 15Track 1.
KATHERINE MEETZE MAN N
REB5 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4,55 Bank Teller 3,45 PASFAV 4,55
FHA 4,55 Spanish Club 55 Office Staff 4,55 Pep Club5
Varsity Cheerleader 55 Girls' Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus
ANNE HARVEY MCMICHAEL
Re-entered from Westminster Schools, 19545 REB5 Gym
Team 1,25 Red Cross Representative 25 Girls' Chorus 2,35
Y-Teens 1,2,45 Science Club 35 Letter Club 35 FHA 3'
Swimming Team 35 PTA Representative 3.
TOP5 Cross Country 1 5 Gym Team 2.
JAY SIMS MADDOX
Re-entered from Darlington School, Rome, Georgia, 19565
ACE5 Football 1,25 Basketball 2.
LUCY ELLEN MADDOX
TOP5 Band 2,3,4,5, Officer 55 Y-Teens 15 Red Cross Rep-
resentative 15 Teacher's Aide 5.
TOPQ Y-Teens 1,2,3,43 Bank Teller 1,2,3,43 Red Cross
Representative 1,55 PTA Representative ls Clinic Aide
2,3 3 Library Aide 23 Teacher's Aide 3,43 Biology Club
43 Spanish Club 2.
Entered from Christ the King, Atlanta, 19533 REB3 Swim-
ming Team 23 Girls' Chorus 23 Mixed Chorus 3,4,53 Y-
Teens 2,33 Red Cross Representative 43 FHA 4,53 French
Club 53 Fellowship Council 53 Viking 53 Ballet Club 23
Biology Club 3.
ROBERT WILLIAM MILES, JR.
TOP3 Basketball 1,23 Library Aide 2,43 Junior Civitan
4,5 3 PASFAV 53 Spanish Club 5.
BETTY BROWN MILTON
REB3 Tiger Tales Feature Editor 5 3 Annual Representative
2 3'School Representative to the Atlanta Constitution and
Metropolitan Herald 4,55 Spanish Club 53 PASFAV 43
Latin Club 43 Y-Teens 1,23 Girls' Chorus 2,3,43 Science
Club 23 Dramatic Club 23 Southeastern Fair Spelling Con-
test 23 Office Aide 5.
ANGELINE DOLORES MANOUS
REB3 Junior Achievement 43 Future Nurses of America
PATRICIA JEAN MARTINI
ACE3 PASFAV 2,33 Spanish Club 2,33 FHA 33 Girls'
Chorus 2,3,43 Red Cross Representative 1,43 Pep Club 33
Bank Worker 33 Senior Y-Teens 53 ROTC Sponsor 4.
BARBARA ANNE MAY
TOP3 Homeroom President 13 Cheerleader 1 3 Y-Teens
1,2,33 PTA Representative 23 Bank Worker 4, Director 53
Girls' Chorus 3,43 Library Aide 53 Gym Team 1,25 Junior
NANCY ELIZABETH MAY
Entered from Washington Jr. High School, Chicago
Heights, Illinois, 19523 ACE3 Commercial Club 53 Military
Sponsor 3 3 Teacher's Aide 5.
TOP5 PTA Representative 15 Y-Teens 2,35 Spanish Club
45 PASF AV 3,4 5 Art Club 55 Biology Club 55 Girls' Chorus
2,35 Mixed Chorus 4,55 Junior Achievement 3,55 Bank
Worker 35 FHA 25 Girls' Rifle Team 3,4,5.
Entered from Washington Seminary, 19535 KAT5 General
Science Club 25 French Club 2,35 Y-Teens 2,55 FHA 35
Office Aide 3,4,5.
MARY ELIZABETH NORRIS
REB 5 Y-Teens 1,2,35 Latin Club 2,35 Bank Director 4,55
National Honor Society 55 French Club 55 Chemistry Club
55 Girls' Rifle Team 4,5 5 Mixed Chorus 4,55 Viking 55
Annual Representative 45 General Science Club 2.
MARY CATHERINE NORTHCUTT
TOP5 Swimming Team 1,25 Y-Teens 1,253 5 Annual Repre-
sentative 15 Latin Club 35 Teacher's Aide 55 Girls' Chorus
2,35 Mixed Chorus 4,55 Chemistry Club 55 Astronomy
BRENDA LORRAINE 'MOHR
Entered from Westminster Schools, 19545 REB5 French
Club 3,45 Biology Club 35 Girls' Chorus 35 All-City Girls'
Chorus 35 Mixed Chorus 4,5 5 All-City Mixed Chorus 55
Senior Y-Teens 55 Chemistry and Physics Club 55 Future
Nurses of America Club 5.
KATHARINE VICTORIA MULLINIKS
Entered from Nashville, Tennessee, September, 1953 5 REB 5
Girls' Chorus 25 Y-Teens 2,3,55 Teen Topics Representa-
tive 25 Swimming Team 25 Red Cross Representative 25
Annual Representative 35 Biology Club 35 PASFAV 45
Music Festival 45 FHA 5, Degrees Chairman 55 Office
ROSE ANN MULLINS
Entered from Druid Hills, 19555 REB5 Spanish Club 45
PASFAV 45 Library Aide 4,5.
JAMES WILLIAM MURRAY, JR.
ACE 5 Football 15 Band 1,25 B Rifle Team 35 Homeroom
President 3,45 Varsity Track Team 4,55 Cross Country 4,5,
Co-Captain 55 Hi-Y 55 Viking 55 Physics and Chemistry
Club 4,5 5 Military 3,45 Latin Club 2,35 National Honor
Society 5, President.
iuii ., .. . V . '1-
.- I ff i"'
' as 5 I
JOYCE ELAINE OWENS
KAT5 Girls' Softball Team 1,25 Teacher's Aide 55 Assis-
tant Bank Teller 55 Girls' Chorus 3,4-.
LINDA ANN PAINE
KAT 5 Y-Teens 15 Softball 45 Teacher's Aide 55 Cafeteria
GERALD RAY PATTERSON
KAT 5 Track 1,25 Physics Club 45 Chemistry Club 55 Band
1,2,3,45 Annual Representative 1,3,4.
MARY SCOTT PATTERSON
Entered from Avonworth High School, Pittsburgh, Penn-
sylvania, 19565 KAT5 French Club 55 Chemistry Club 55
Bank Teller 55 Y-Teens, Secretary 55 Mixed Chorus 5.
MIRIAM VICTORIA NORWOOD
Entered from,Henry Grady, September, 19545 ACE5 Mixed
Chorus 354,55 Red Cross 3 5 PASFAV 3,45 Spanish Club
45 School Store 3,455 5 Cafeteria Aide 5.
JOHN ED NUTTING, JR.
ACE 5 Homeroom Treasurer 2, President 3, Secretary 45
Track 152,3,4,55 Football 2,354,55 Basketball 2,35 Hi-Y Club
4,55 Officers' Club 455, Battalion Commander 5 5 Chemistry
.Club 55 All-City and All-State Tackle 55 City and State
Shot Put Record 4,55 All-State Track Team 3,4.
WILLIAM FREDERICK NYGAARD
TOP5 Football 15 PASFAV 45 Spanish Club 5.
TOP5 Homeroom President 15 Basketball 15 Football 152,
Manager 354,55 Spanish Club 35 PASFAV.
TOP3 Homeroom Treasurer 13 Commercial Club 53
Teacher's Aide 3,43 Cafeteria Aide 53 Girls' Chorus 3.
WILLIAM EDWARD PREWITT, III
Entered from Westminster Schools, Atlanta, 19543 ACE3
Track 4,53 Gym Team 43 Cross Country 53 B-Team Base-
ball 3 3 Nutrition Aide 53 ROTC 3,43 Latin Club 3,43
Physics and Chemistry Club 53 Annual Representative 33
Homeroom Officer 3,45 Biology Club 3.
MARGARET LESTER PRICE
KAT3 Y-Teens 1,233 3 FHA 1,2,43 Spanish Club 43 PAS-
FAV 3,43 PTA Representative 33 Football Sponsor 43
Military Sponsor 53 Biology Club 33 Office Staff 43 Physics
BARBARA LOU RADO
Entered from Henry Grady High School, Atlanta, 19543
TOP3 Y-Teens l,2,33 Art Club 33 Red Cross Represen-
tative 33 Military Sponsor 33 Library Aide 33 Office Aide
43 Tiger Tales 4.
JANICE KATHERINE PERRY
REB3 Girls' Gym Team 132,3,43 Y-Teens 1,2333 FHA 3,43
Biology Club 33 French Club 4,55 Bank Teller 2,4,53
Student Council 33 Chemistry-Physics Club 53 Viking Busi-
ness Manager 53 Red Cross Representative 23 Future
Nurses Club 53 Atlanta Scholastic Press Association 53
National Honor Society 5, Secretary.
MARIAN LYNNE PHILLIPS
REB3 Y-Teens 1,2333 FHA 23 Mixed Chorus 233343 PAS-
FAV 4,53 Bank Teller 33 Red Cross Representative 2,4,5 3
Art Club 53 Biology Club 33 Teacher's Aide 5.
BETTY MARIE PIRKLE
KAT 3 Y-Teens 23 Commercial Club 53 Teacher's Aide 53
National Honor Society 5.
JOHN FRANK PITTS
TOP3 Rifle Team 3,4353 Captain 53 ROTC 5.
ANNE McPHERSON ROBERTSON
Entered from Quantico Post High School, Quantico,
Virginia, 19565 REB5 Red Cross Assistant 55 French Club
55 Tiger Tales, Exchange Editor 55 Chemistry and Physics
Club 55 Library Assistant 5.
JUDY M. ROBERTSON
Entered from Mt. Vernon High School, Alexandria, Vir-
ginia, 19565 REB.
REB5 Y-Teens 1,2,3,55 PASFAV 2,35 Homeroom Secre-
tary 2, Treasurer 3 5 Annual Representative 55 Library Aide
2,3,55 Spanish Club 35 Biology Club 35 Bank Teller 1.
MARGERY SUSAN ROSENSTEIN
TOP5 Gym Team 15 Annual Representative 25 Y-Teens
l,2,3,55 French Club 4,55 Biology Club 35 Chemistry Club
55 Latin Club 35 Ballet Club 25 Library Assistant 55
Teacher's Aide 4.
CARTER LEE REDD, JR.
KAT5 Track 1,2,3,45 Red Cross Representative 3,55 Hi-Y
4,55 Biology Club 45 Physics and Chemistry Club 55 Cross
Country 4,55 Basketball 25 Football 25 Tennis 5.
ELIZABETH ANN REDD'
REB5 Y-Teens 1,2,3,5, Secretary 3, Vice President 55
FHA 2,55 Girls' Chorus 2,3,45 PTA Representative 25 Red
Cross Representative 35 PASFAV 3,45 Spanish Club 4,55
Library Aide 3,4,5.
LAWRENCE CECIL REINHARDT, JR.
TOP5 Football 1, Manager 35 Basketball 15 Track 1,2535
ROTC 3,4,5, Officers' Club 5, Honor Color Guard 45
Movie Operator 3.
CHARLES NEAL RICH
REB 5 Gym Team 253,45 Spanish Club 55 ROTC.
SALLY SPALDING SHEFFIELD
REB5 Viking 55 National Honor Society 4,55 Astronomy
Club 35 Girls' Chorus 2,35 Mixed Chorus 4,5 5' Physics and
Chemistry Club 4,55 Y-Teens 25 Latin Club 3,4, Officer
35 French 4,55 Schedule Aide 55 Office Aide.
DWIGHT MOODY SHEFTALL, JR.
Entered from Grady High School, 19535 ACE 5 Band 2,3,
4-,5, Officer 55 Physics and Chemistry Club 4,55 Junior
CECILIA EVELYN SIBLEY
TOP 5 Y-Teens 1,3,55 FHA 55 B-Team Cheerleader 35
Biology Club 4,55 'I'eacher's Aide 4,55 Assistant Bank Tel-
ler 45 Bank Worker 3,4,55 Schedule Aide 4,5.
JANET LOUISE SLAY
KAT5 Y-Teens 15 Art Club 3,4,5 5 Junior Achievement
3,4,5 5 Girls' Chorus 2,35 Mixed Chorus 4,55 All-City
PATRICIA ANN SANDERS
ACE5 Y-Teens 25 Commercial Club 55 Teacher's Aide 55
Girls' Chorus 2,3.
JUDITH ELAINE SEAY
Entered from Hillsboro High School, Nashville, Tennessee,
19555 REB5 Girls' Varsity Basketball 4,5, Co-Captain 55
Annual Representative 4.
LEAH JOYCE SHAPIRO
Entered from Richmond Academy, Augusta, Georgia, 19565
TOP5 PASFAV 55 Spanish Club 55 Hi-Y Sweetheart 55
Library Assistant 5.
CHARLES ROBERT SHARP
Entered from Bass High School, Atlanta Georgia, 19535
ACE5 Football 2,3,4-,55 All-City, All-State5 Basketball 2,35
Track 253,455 5 Hi-Y 5.
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JAMES MITCHELL STAPLES, JR.
ACE5 Key Club 3,4,55 Hi-Y 4,55 Red Cross Representative
35 Counselor's Aide 45 Office Aide 35 Cafeteria Aide 25
Golf Team 35 Member Best Drilled Platoon 35 Band 15
Homeroom President 5, Treasurer 1.
MAX HOWELL STAPLES, JR.
KAT, Boys' Chapter President 55 Football 3,4,5 5 Basket-
ball 4,55 Baseball 2,3,4,55 Key Club 55 Hi-Y Club 4,55
ROTC 3,45 General Science Club 25 Bank Teller 2,35
Homeroom President 2,3.
JAMES PATRICK STEELE
Entered from Murphy High School, 19545 Swimming
Team 3,45 Hi-Y 55 Homeroom Secretary 25 Physics and
Chemistry Club 55 ROTC 3,4555 Officers' Club 5.
SUSAN AMANDA STEINBRUEGGE
KAT5 Y-Teens l,2,3,55 Chorus 1,25 Latin Club 2,35
FHA 2,35 Homeroom Secretary 2, Vice President 45 Red
Cross Representative 2,3,45 Annual Representative 35 Pep
Club 5 5 Bank Worker 3.
BARBARA KAYE SMITH
Entered from Spring Branch Senior High School, Houston
Texas, 19565 TOP.
ELIZABETH BONNELL SMITH
TOP 5 National Honor Society 55 Y-Teens 15 Girls'
Astronomy Club 3 5 Physics and Chemistry Club 4,55 Viking
55 Bank Teller 35 Latin Club 35 Schedule Aide 5.
SANDRA GAIL SMITH
KAT5 Band 1,2,3,4,55 Commercial Club 55 FHA 55 Future
Nurses Club 5 5 Teacher's Aide 5.
GLORIA MEADOWS STANLEY
TOP 5 PASFAV 4,55 Y-Teens 2,3,4,55 FHA 3,4,55 Spanish
Club 55 Biology Club 55 Girls' Chorus 2,3,45 Red Cross
Representative 45 Bank Teller 55 Pep Club 5.
Chorus 2,35 Mixed Chorus 4,55 General Science Club 25
CHARLES WESLEY TAYLOR
Entered from Charles F. Brush High School, Cleveland,
Ohio, 19555 KAT5 Hi-Y 55 Varsity Basketball 4,55 Varsity
Baseball 45 Varsity Track 55 Cross Country 55 Red Cross
MICHAEL ALAN THOMAS
REB 5 Vice President 45 Co-President Interclub Council 55
Physics and Chemistry Club 4,55 Football 1,2,3,4,55 Base-
ball 1,2,3,4,5, All-State 45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Homeroom
President 4, Vice President 1,2,35 Key Club 4,5, Director
55 Hi-Y 4,55 Art Club 3,4,55 Bank Director 4,55 Student
Council 4,55 Representative Senior 5.
MARY EVELYN THOMPSON
Entered from Newton County High School, Covington,
Georgia, 1955 5 REB 5 FHA 5.
ROBERT AARON THOMPSON
REB 5 Football 15 Annual Representative 15 Homeroom
Vice President 35 Color Guard 45 ROTC 3,4.
MARY JULIA STEPHENS
Entered from North Fulton High School, 19565 TOP 5
French Club 55 Chemistry Club 55 Library Aide 5.
REBECCA ANN STRICKLAND
REB5 Y-Teens 1,2,35 Red Cross Representative 1,55 Girls'
Chorus 25 Homeroom Secretary 3,4, Vice President 25
Schedule Aide 55 Geology Club 45 Latin Club 35 Basket-
ball 15 FHA 25 Pep Club 2.
EUNICE STEPHENS SWIFT
REB 5 Basketball 15 Gym Team l,2,3,45 Homeroom Vice
President 253,55 Y-Teens 25 PASFAV 45 Girl of the Month
55 Teacher's Aide 55 Cheerleader 2,3,4,55 Co-Captain 2,
Captain 55 Representative Senior 5.
RICHARD LUTHER TATUM
TOP5 Golf Team 4,5 5 Basketball Team 1,25 Baseball Team
3 5 Hi-Y 5 ROTC 354.
GEORGE MILLS TODD, JR.
Entered from Alfred I. duPont High School, Jacksonville,
Florida, 1953, KAT, Baseball 2, Basketball 2, Football
2,3,4,5, Key Club 4,5 , Hi-Y 4,5 Physics and Chemistry
Club 4,5, ROTC 3,43 Annual Representative 3, Home-
room Officer 3,4,5.
ELIZABETH L'ENGLE TUF TS
TOP, Y-Teens 1,2 , Girls' Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3,4,
French Club 4,5 , Counselor's Aide 4,5.
HARRIETT MALINDA UNDERWOOD
KAT, Band 1,2, Secretary 3,4,5, Sergeant 5, Y-Teens 1,
Junior Achievement, Officer 3, Homeroom Secretary 3,
Bank Teller 2, Red Cross Representative 3, Annual Repre-
sentative 5, Drama Club 2, Art Club 5.
ALICE JANE WAGNON
Entered from North Fulton High School, 1954 , REB, Tiger
Tales 4, Business Manager 5, Junior Civitan 4,5, French
Club 5, Latin Club 3, Biology Club 3, Chemistry Club 5,
Y-Teens 5, FHA 5, Future Nurses Club 5, Softball Team
3 , Annual Representative 3.
HOWARD E. THRANHARDT
REB, Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2, Track 1,2, Tennis
3,4,5, Bank Director 4,5, Homeroom Treasurer 1, Vice
President 2,3, French Club Officer 5, ROTC Officer 4.
KATHRYN ANNETTE THROWER
TOP, Tiger Tales 5, National Honor Society 4,5 , Girls'
Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3,4,5, French Club 4,5, Latin
Club 2,3, General Science Club 2, Astronomy Club, Secre-
tary 3, Physics and Chemistry Club 4,5, Pep Club 3.
MARVIN RICHARD TIDWELL
REB, Track 1,2,4,5, Football 2, Library Aide 2,3, ROTC
3,4,5, Annual Representative.
JACQUELINE ANNE TINDOL
Entered from North Fulton High School, 1954, REB,
Tiger Tales 4, Bank Worker 3,4,5, Teller 5, Director 5.
SYDNEY RADCLIF F E WHITE
Entered from Bronxville High School, Bronxville, New
York, 19565 REB5 Chemistry and Physics Club 55 Y-Teens
55 Teacher's Aide 5.
ARTHUR CONRAD WICK
ACE5 Rifle Team 35 PASFAV 55 Spanish Club 55 Physics
and Chemistry Club 55 Counselor's Aide 5.
CLARENCE LINDEN WILLIAMSON
Entered from North Fulton High School, Atlanta, 19535
KAT, President 55 Basketball 3,4,55 Tennis 45 Homeroom
Treasurer 4, President 55 Hi-Y 4, Secretary 55 PASFAV 45
Representative Senior 5.
LAURI DEANE WILLIS
KAT 5 Softball Team 4,55 Girls' Chorus 55 Future Nurses
Club 55 Junior Achievement 4,5, Treasurer 55 PASFAV
45 FHA 5.
RUTH MARIE WEBB
Entered from Avondale High School Avondale Estates,
Georgia, 19535 REB5 Girls' Chorus 3,45 Biology Club 35
French Club 5 5 Annual Representative 5.
JULIA ANNE WEIDINGER
REB5 FHA 1,2,55 Y-Teens 1,2,35 French Club 4,55 Art
Club 55 Pep Club 55 Junior Civitan Club 4,5, Secretary 55
National Honor Society 55 Home Room Red Cross Repre-
sentative 3, Representative 4, Secretary 55 Student Council
55 Viking 55 Library Assistant 4,55 Geology Club 4.
RICHARD HOKAN SON WERN ER
ACE5 Band 2,35 Tiger Tales Photography 4,55 Viking 4,5 5
Photography Club 3,4,5, President 4,55 Physics and Chem-
istry Club 3,4,5 5 Science Council 3,45 Key Club 55 Bank
Teller 1 5 Astronomy Club 3.
STEPHEN C. WEST
Entered from Darlington School, Rome, Georgia, 19565
ACE5 Hi-Y 55 Key Club 55 Homeroom Co-President 5.
MEREDITH ADELLE WOODS
Entered from Washington Seminary, 1953 5 TOP5 Secretary
3, Vice President 4, President 55 Homeroom Secretary 35
Girls' Gym Team 2,3,45 Teacher's Aide 2,3,4,5 5 FHA 45
Homecoming Queen 55 Military Sponsor 45 Representa-
tive Senior 5.
LANE FANT YOUNG
ACE5 Tattle Tales Editor 15 Y-Teens 1,2,3 5 PASFAV 4'
Homeroom Secretary 25 Annual Representative 1,25 Swim-
ming Team 35 Counselor's Aide 2,3,4,55 Latin Club 3.
ARTHUR TAYLOR WILSON
Entered from Westminster School, 19545 ACE 5 Physics
Club 45 Counselor's Aide 55 ROTC 3,45 Tennis 2,3.
KAT5 Cafeteria Aide 55 Commercial Club 5.
WALTER HARRISON WINGFIELD
TOP, Parliamentarian 55 Student Council 4, Parliamen-
tarian 55 National Honor Society 4-55, Vice President 55
Junior Civitan 4,55 Tiger Tales, Financial and Circulation
Manager 55 French Club 55 Science Club 25 Latin Club 35
ROTC 3,45 Junior Achievement 35 Homeroom Bank Tel-
,IOHN DAWSON WOLFE
TOP 5 Varsity Baseball Manager 4-5 Varsity Football Man-
ager 55 PASFAV 45 Mineral Club 35 Spanish Club 55
Physics and Chemistry Club 4,55 Viking 55 Homeroom
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First row-Early Crew, Virginia Wil-
hoit, Beverly Brown, Joyce Power,
Carolyn Born, Sandra Hutto. Second
row-Charles Picknell, Alex Sifford,
Denny Webb, Paul Williams, Fred
Staller, Third row-Ruth Knight,
Rena Johnson, Penny Winpenny,
Mary Anne Connerat, Jolanna Gar-
rard, Kitty Bartoo, Mrs. Hughes.
Fourth row- Carl Moor, Philip Nip-
pert, Howard Brunner, Bill Rushin,
Jimmy Palmer, Clark Hornbuckle,
Ralph Eberhart. Fifth row-Maxine
Pettit, Judy Hanson, Bill Grigsby,
Ernest Wooten, Bucky Candler, Hilda
Cook, Mary Lee Gold. Not pictured-
Sandy Bremer, Judy Furry, Clara Lee
First row-Delene Johnson, Modl
Major, Ellen Sorensen, Pat Tigni
Carole O'Hern, Betty Anne Finli
Second row-Harry Lange, Ral
Bradley, Mickey Eves, Jim Gray, B
de Mayo, John Irvin. Third row
Elaine Hunter, Kay Horton, Maxi
Arnold, Nonnie Davis, Julie Wheel
Sandra Teem, Nannette Rapp, Ja
Wilkes, Sue Wills, Miss McFz
Fourth row-Dick Hicks, John I
man, John Wirtz, Harold We
Ralph Slay, Steve Thomas, Bob
Mcredith, Tommy Adams. Fifth ri
-Marilyn Young, Lucky Dunc:
Ruby King, Marie Kimbrough, Bec
Gridley, Sandra Taylor, Janice Fl
cher, Patty Geoghegan. Not Pictur
-Susan Clayton, Sims Stern.
First row-Coker Appleton, Nanc
Sill, Lalia Wesson, Betty Branch, A1
Coulon. Second row - Jim Fostc
Tommy Edwards, Skippy Jones, Mi
Hudgins, Billy Fitch, Cal Parker, I
White. 'Third row- Harold Wel
Glen Ulrici, Lois Crook, Mary Sil
'mons, Virginia Lee, Betsy Gearc
Mary Conkin, 'Catherine Ficklen, Pc
Bohn. Fourth row-Dick Hicks, B
Flammer, Scott Rutan, Beverly D
Bose, Rich Henley, Steve Styron, B
Smith, Miss Hutchinson. Fifth row.
Venetia Johnston, Lynn Bearde
Charlotte Reeves, Bobby Rice, A
drea Lau, Cecilia Caton, Jeanie Cat
Not pictured-Virginia Stockard.
irsl rowfCharles Raudonis, Eliza-
-th Rhodes, Sheila Mattison, Vera
letzel, Hayes McMillen. Second
rw- Porter Morgan, John Shand,
ommy Williams, Albert Anderson,
ynn LaBudde, Chester Graham,
ichard Janss.Third row-Ann Free-
an, Kathcy Barnett. Ann Evans,
ancy Petersen, Susan Smithfield,
met Wyman, Linda Stevens, Linda
unt, Mrs. Thomas. Fourth row-
lck Sharp, Bill Tidmore, Penn Cro-
ett, Roy Roberts, Ronny Crosby, Bill
ixon, Sam Kendrick. Fifth row-
renda Alberson, Carol Tracey, Jean
rsenault, Elaine Burnett, Suzy
inchelo, Jean Weems. Not pictured-
inda Hobson, Christy Sheffield.
First row - Hermione Davis, Sara
Peters, Jean Bennett, Judy Burge,
Nancy Stovall. Second row Q Dick
Hicks, Bucky Ferebee, Wendell Jack-
son, Murdock Clyburn, Tommy Jones,
John Irwin, John Childress, Glen
Ulrici. Third row - Tommy Pierce,
Harry Brown, Linda Venable, Corky
De Saussure, Dotty Haggerty, Linda
Edwards, Mary Anne Dickey, john
Wolff, Fourth row - Roy Roberts,
Ken jones, Rodney Bearden, Harold
Wells, Ned Stiemke, Jimmy Fleming,
Wyche Fowler, Leon Williamson.
Fifth row -- Pat Whitson, Pat Hogan,
Bea Foote, David Weisiger, Betsy
Goodwin, Nancy Whitaker, Patty
Buck. Not Pictured - Peggy Ledbet-
ter, Winky Dimock, Helen McKinney,
Frances Massengale, Miss Niblack.
College Night brought coffee and counsel. A new style in neckpieces.
First row 4 Debbie Billings, Jayne
Martin. Marion Trest. Susan Redd.
Annie Smith, Peggy Steiner. Second
row 4 jim Paulson, Frank Briggs,
Wayne Collins, Gerald Givens, Randy
Turman, Ben Ferguson. Third row -
Linda Owens, Dorothy Edwards, Bar-
bara Martin, Peggy McGuire, Toine
Jones, Lee Murray, Linda Young-
blood, Miss Newton. Fourth row -
Bob Bostick, Jerry Ney, Richard Al-
len, jack Carroll, Scott Brooks, Vic
Aderhold, Bruce Jerles, Jim Herner.
Fifth row - Betty Anne Steele, Rich-
ard Bingham, Hank Lesesne, Ellen
Hodgson, Edna Brown, Sara Brown.
Pat Smith, Marcus Beavers, Lee Wal-
CLASS UF 1959
Seated - Hank Lesesne, Phil N
dox, Tom Farr, Jim Libby. Stam
- jesse Samples, Larry Hansen, l
by Kirkland. Not Pictured - ll
First row -- Celia Wright. D:
Drewry, Judy Fox, Martha Med
Kathleen Greisemer. Second rou
Margaret Mobley, Bill Minnich,
liam Dunson, Bobby Saunders,
Williams, Joan Eason, Julie E'
hardt. Third row - Miss Be
Sandra Collins, Bonnie Farrell, 5
rill Wilkinson, Karen Nolan, Car
Morrow, Helen Grant. Fourth ro.
Steve Lokey, Ward O'Shea, Bill
tee, John Hollander, Lamar Lum
Phil Maddox, Dwane Steward.
row - Winkie White, Page John
Ellen Talley, Betty Jean Poole, D
Donaldson, Gladys Bell. Not Pict
-- Vinita Therrell, Pat Hawkins,
vin Heeney, Nancy Didschuneit.
9 ' 3
'irst row - Joy Lee Neeson, Gail
Ionn, Madolin Perling, Libba Brown,
'rances Johnson. Second row - Don
'uller, Buck Mundorff, Dick Horne,
lufus Carswell, John Whitley, Bev-
rly Cochran. Third row - Miss
ohnson, Betty Wilson, Barbara Ha-
ell, Barbara Rary, Ann Hardy, San-
ra Byrd, Charlotte Coker, Diane
Iowe. Fourth row - Robin Miller,
Dale Brown, Roger Barfield, Joel Ad-
ison, Scott Wilkinson, Matt Howard,
'om'my Wells, Carlton Bailey. Fifth
ow - Rosemary Wiley, Joan Byers,
mn Stevens, Bebbie Thrower, Mar-
aret Wardle, Patsy Williams. Not
ictured-Joe Cotter, Dianne Smith,
forma Jean Wilson.
'rst row - Susan Nichols, Bonnie
rooks, Weesa Coe, Helen Cassimus,
onnie Rendler, Joan Avent. Second
iw - Johnny Stevens, David Jami-
n, Roy Kile, Donald Callaway,
:ott Haugh, Tom Kelley, Ben Stat-
tm. Third row - Lilah Sherman,
fary Eleanor Paulk, Catherine
'own, Mary Lamar Bowden, Lynne
lberts, Ann Randall, Martha Lewis,
nan Williams. Fourth row - Jim
bby, Paul Hollowell, Bill Whorley,
:nnie Ridings, Means Davis, Mike
'oadbear, Charles Rietz, Miss Binns.
fth row-Barbara Watkins, Susanne
ibbs, Mark Lusink, Larry Freant,
arol Nixon, Gowie Goldsmith, Mayo
xurnelle, Linda Jarrett. Not pic-
red - Randall Barron, Jimmy
First row - Sally Johnston, Andria
Springer, Anne Davis, Bonnie Lee
Bowie, Maxine Long, Elizabeth Staf-
ford. Second row -- Carol Cowan,
Paul Purvis, Jim Black, David Brid-
ges, Tom Farr, Margie Adams. Third
row - Charlene Center, Jane Light-
foot, Ann Turner, Vicki Vasen,
Frances Hicks, Carol Ruckdeschel,
Patricia. Power, Sally Kimbrough,
Margaret Hurst. Fourth row-Dennis
Strickland, John DeWitt, Larry Zag-
lin, Jeff Trammell, Garth Green, Wal-
ter Susong, Jere Blackwelder, Mrs.
Fersen. Fifth row - Paul Jones,
George Johnson, Jeffery Hill, Steve
Craig, Bob Biedermann, Roy Wil-
liams. Not pictured - Bill Jonke,
Leonora Wise, Bill Talbot.
First row -- Linda Redmond, Anne
Rankin. Jo Ann Rader, Colby Scott,
Ruth Unger. Carolyn Williams, Sec-
ond row -f- Bruce Donnelly, Wilfred
McCravy, Clyde Brooks, Johnny Fick-
len. Jim Ehlers, Struthers Edgar.
Third row -- Sandra Grey, Sandra
Atkinson, Jill Judkins, Phyllis Parra-
morc, Ladye Jernigan, Helen Galla-
her, Linda Hosea, Maureen Graham.
Fourth row -V- Curtis Miles, Steven
Wheeler, Bob Gaylord, Bob Holman,
Harry Blumenthal, Jim Ellenburg, Ed-
die Brennan, Mrs. Bryan. Fifth row-
Wanda Sea raves Edward Eison
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Ronald Gurin, David Butts, Larry
Hansen, John Adams, Sammy Paris.
Not pictured 4 Nan Rose Brown,
Melissa Baird, Johnny Pruitt.
First row - Diane Lumpkin, Ly
Taylor, Jackie Kincheloe, Susan
Nabors, Martha Wolfe, Gail Tl
man, Catherine Matthews. Sec
row - Steve Ball, Joe Wesley, Dz
Crane, Jimmy Mason, Tom Mac C
Blant Smith. Third row -- Boi
Jernigan, Gaye Boardman, DarlaJ
Ellison, Karen Dixon, Kate Mar
thal, Sally McCormack, Kathl
Cook, Jean Barron. Fourth row--Q
Tarver, Larry McCleskey, Jesse S
ples, Ross Fields, James Jack
Bruce Chambers, John Caldwell. F
row - Lynne Haddock, Ricky Ha
son, Joe Shapiro, Jim Gladden, Cer
Missbach, Gene Bessiere, Miss C
well. Not pictured - Tina Reid, Q
Salmon, Judy Ford.
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First row - Ann Harris, Linda
chins, Cecelia Timmons, Lynn Br:
Dianne Anglin, Mary Tom Crab
Second row - Nicky Cooper,
Sheppard, Bill Castleberry, Tom l
hum, Steve Garrett, Steve Shoemz
Third row - Mrs. Moister, It
Baker, Valerie Arthur, Marie l
Hunken, Charlotte King, Marcia l
Clara Dodd, Betty Jones. Fourth
- John Watt, Chandler McGil
Donny Smith, Steve Boston, E
Green, Grant Carter, Bobby 1
land. Fifth row - R. L. Tindo
Anne Kennedy, Margaret Anne F
Mary Ann Latz, Jeanne Thoml
Chastine Jones. Not pictured -pl-l
Everett, Buster Kile, Mike P
CLASS UF 1960i
'eated - Kaye Ellenburg, Cleve Fer-
uson, Bill Whitaker, Marc Hambur-
er, Skippy Hansburger. Standing -
inne Tomlin, Bill Werner, Stewart
'IcDaniel, Billy Roberts, Bonneau
'irst row - Linda Sykes, Wendy
lygh, Marilyn Williamson, Millicent
agley, Sarah Keene, Laura Marie
unte, Glenda Beavers. Second row -
Icrcer Moncrief, Bobby Edwards, Al-
ert Baer, Tom Hill, Cleve Ferguson,
obby Blackwell. Third row-Reba
ah Edwards, Elaine Ogletree, Genie
Iorrison, Susan Aufrane, Janet Stan-
ard, Joanne Werner, Turea Thomp-
mn, Mrs. Blackwelder. Fourth row -
ill Robertson, John Martin, Jerry
osser, Chip Lanier, Nicky Carter,
llison Adams, Mike Dallas. Fifth
ww - Carl Jones, Louise Hill, Don
radley, Nancy Thompson, Buzzy
harles. Not pictured - Thelma Kil-
nder, Talmage Dobbs, Jimmy Pea-
nck, Linda Pollock,
First row - Gail Hutto, Anne Rob-
ertson, Barbara Kilander, Kim Strat-
ton, Nancy Styring, Cynthia Whit-
mire, Mary Tidwell, Sandra Chand-
ler. Second row 4 Mimi Chatfield,
Fran Milton, Sandra Barfield, Anne
McDonald, Mary Rosebush, Linda
Holland, Diane Morris, Nancy Raley,
Gail Cancller. Third row -- Mr.
Durden, Jay Conover, Marvin Day,
Hugh Guthrie, Mit FitzSimons, Neal
Bushoven, Bill Beckman, Chip Tur-
ner, Kaye Ellenburg, Kenny Crosby,
Mike Bailey. Fourth row - Flossie
Hall, Judy Howard, Larry Bearden,
Eliot Garber, Bob Sulzer, Charles
Walters, Wayne Pitts, C. L. Chand-
ler, Betty Jo Northcutt, Cynthia
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First row - Beverly Moore, Bonn
McClay, Gina Light, Phyllis Parl-
Ann O'Hara Boswell, Leah Johnso
Ann Lee Kenner, Virginia Griffi
Ann Schwartz. Second row - Franc
Davis, Jeanne Heard, Roberta Harr:
Virginia Smith, Susan MeCrea, Lesl
Kemper, Ellen Thompson, Leslye Pew
Patty Robbins, Mrs. Logan. This
row - Dick Morgan, Ronald Nelso
Fred Minnich, Bill Whitaker, Jer
Brooks, Buddy Milton, Gary Alberso
Morris Harnrick, Doug Carden, We:
dall Harsh. Fourth row - Diane I
Budde, Lala Myers, Bill Tabb, Lar
McKinley, Ed Lane, Sandy Sandel
Ben Shapiro, Larry Chaplin. Marsl
Clifton, Jan Kahn. Not pictured -
Joe Katz, Mary Lou Brown, Nz
Witherspoon, Robert A. Young.
First row 1 Evelyn Power, Denny
Reed, Claire Martini, Carolyn White-
sell, Lois Levin. Second row - Gary
Samples, Richard Baker, Allan Gold,
Marc Hamburger, Dennis Pulver,
Jimmy Jones. Third row-Beth Curry,
Judy Glenn, Shirley Ann Adams.
Brenda VVells, Dana Lenahan, Eliza-
beth Holt. Elizabeth Liggin. Fourth
row 1 Mrs. Anchors, Tommy Girdler,
Danny Boland, Wayne Christian,
Johnny Baskett, Claude Wills, Ernest
Phelps. Fifth row -A Faye Haver,
Medora Kise, Carol Sharp, Sue Len-
nard, Margaret Ann Craven, Emilie
Posner. Larry Samples. Not pictured-
Perry Gordy, Tom Kinton, Rachel
Smith, Sharon Thatcher, David
First row - Martha Dunn, Caroly
Coker, Sue Anglin, Mary Hurt, Kath
Snow. Second row -- Harrison Jone
Linton Rary, Richard Hill, Curti
Severson, Buzz Lewis, Skippy Han:
berger, John Parmele, Chuck Park:
Third row-Francis Kempton, Brool
sie Jacobs, Sandra Kalmbach, Ter:
Wilkes, Barbara Weston, Chathax
Murray, Sandra Williams, Sandr
Wise. Fourth row -- George Delmar
Billy Moore, Buffy Wyatt, Mitche
Howlett, Dixon Reeves, Steve Riel
Ty Kelly, Kenneth Wages, Ed Sutte:
Mrs. Waters. Fifth row-Linda Mark:
Judy Born, Anne Farrell, Suzie Paine
Jo Ann Weems, Janet Hobbs, Susa
Dunn. Not pictured "' Mimi O,Cor
ner, Bobby Fine, Glenda Black, Ala
rst row -Jan McFarlane, Anne
Jmlin, Irene Levy, Judy Schoen,
mcy Black, Bett Wiley. Second row
Arthur Hutchinson, Bobby Rinzlcr,
e Martin, Gary Coleman, David
ise, Jerry Pinkerton, Robert Leon-
:l, Phil Capper. Third row - Sally
iger, Pam Bates, Sue Hayes, Anne
ifts, Vicki Webb, Sandra Gibson,
iart Weldon, Tina Wark, Elaine
hitaker. Fourth row - Eddie Fallin,
land Conn, Allen Wight, Scott Tay-
', Chris Nygaard, Skipper Reese,
:rb Millkey, Lyle Miller. Fifth row
Madeline Smith, Babs Roberts,
rnnie Carroll, Beverly Lewis, Mrs.
iesna, Georgene Hanes, Karen Bak-
,Io Anne Pruitt, Roselyn Shrop-
re. Not pictured - Nikki Fain,
nice Mohr, Karen Day.
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rt row - Harriette James, Eliza-
h Wight, Celia Charvin, Tina
ff, Suzanne Askew, Betty Poss.
ond row -- Scott Pirnie, Taylor
ynes, Bart Duncan, Bill Watkins,
n King. Third row - Mrs. Mack-
Jsh, Mary Heeney, Jane Shipman,
zine Wood, Catherine Buck, Gwenn
ce. Dorothy Casey, Kathy Wages.
ce Boykin. Fourth row - jimmy
tts. Wayne Moore, Richard Hurd,
nmy Anderson, Alton Curtis, Mac
vzer, Stuart McDaniel. Fifth row -
rgretta Wells, Jimmy Young, Pris-
1 Brigham, Ann Smith, George
liams, Elise Reinhard. Not pic-
rd - Nancy Stewart. Mary Sta-
, Gordon Grubbs, Tom Wilson,
ghes Jackson, Douglas Broom.
First row - Lana Ball, Carol Wil-
liams, Barbara Merlin, Katherine
Branan, Diane Voit, Diane Stark.
Second row - Marky O'Callaghan,
Janice de Ford, Gwenda Stiemke, Vir-
ginia Carnes, Penny Wooten, Carol
Buckley, Lydia Whitmirc, Virginia
Waitt, Sherry Davis, Kathryn Broug-
ham. Third rozu g Nancy Walker,
Eve Lowe, Tommy Braswell, Top
Myers, Bill Werner, Tommy Samples,
Ronald Green, Peter Sommers, Miss
Smith. Fourth row 1 Anne de Mayo,
Nancy Ledbetter, Jim Strickland,
David Crockett, Mike Tarantino, Pat
Tolleson, Gail Smith, Becki Crayton,
Penny Tison. Not pictured - Robert
Brown, Brenda Holcomb, Patsy Jones,
Steve Dixon, Truman Holland,
Firxt row - Dale Baldwin, Harriett
Gilmore, Mary Mapp, Susie Paine,
Jane Ayer. Second row - Steve Mar-
shall. Leeland Ward, Bob Gross, John
Geoghegan, Chuck Holman, Cotton
Winston. Bonneau Ansley, Tootie
May. Third row - Glenn Gunmere,
Jodie Cooper. Suellen Brandon, Joan
Coulborn, Gail Horton, Brenda
Barnes, Carole McClellan, Carolyn
Luce. Fourth row -- Bill McCoy,
Aubrey Gentry, John Hardwick, Jim-
my Morton. Doug Kirby, Larry Brad-
in. Brother Wolff, John Roberts.
Fifth row - Gene Bell, Sylvia Wat-
kins, Brenda Wilkie, Jeanette Rolader,
Ann Farrell, Linda Jenkins, Terri
Dobbs. Not ictured - Sandra Gay,
Linda Williams, Ronnie Jonke.
First row --- Richard Chapin, L:
Redfern, Gay Wilson, Peggy Griffi
Carol Cleveland, Bob Boardma
Steve Bender. Second row 7 Ronn
Willingham, Pat Locke, Woody Re
nolds. Roy Price, John Wilbanlc
Gene Folrner. Cliff Madison. Dial
Serviss. Third row -A Judy Curbow
Muffet Arp, Muriel Farmer, Pegg
Ehrlich. Judy Hunter, Lynne Perr
Charlann Mitchell, Beverly Pos
Fourth row 7 John Edwards. Rus
Jones, Bob Adams, Elliott Hudso
Bill Culp. Edward Morris. Bil
Roberts. Hagood Clarke, Miss Brur
below. Fifth row - -'--- Helen Nix. Mc
vine Clarke, Alicia Saunders, Lim
Clein. Diane Arrington. Alice M:
Hay, Jane Rhodes. Not pictured V
Margaret Collins, Gail Gray, Bob O
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We brought clothes for the needy at Christmas.
A camera's eye-view of a camera's eye-view
CLASS UF 1961
ated - Billy Woodruff, Bobby Am-
ry, Demcie Delman, Jimmy Ney,
en Borns. Standing - Jim Crew,
ttty McLatchey, Jeanne Bailey, Jim
oaddus, Janis Ulrici, Becky Wain-
rst row - Ann Washburn, Louise
ines, Shirley Ann Garrett, Beth
reenblatt, Marty King. Katy Lou
oehran, Kristen Lind. Second row -
herrie Ann Hollowell, Larkin Fow-
r, Buz Scott, Tracy Doetsch, Ken
aldwell, Gordon Eason, Alan Shaw,
ana Dellenback. Third row - Bill
'arnock, Sally Brown, Elizabeth Jes-
p, Georgia Bacon, Betty Hughes,
idith Van Winkle, Judy Moore,
arden Crawford, Tom FitzSimons.
Jurth row - Miss Robertson, Jack
ttard, Bobby Ambery, Pete Habley,
ihn Redd, Bob Hill, Garvin Aycock.
fth row - Bill Commins, Robert
irnette, Bill Johnson, Freddy Lind-
'om, Cokey Coley, Forrest Patten,
arshall Mauldin, Tommy Neighbors.
at pictured - Phillip Webb.
First row - Linda Cassimus, Jane
Harrell, Jeanette Livingston. Ann
Hudgins, Alice Grant. Second row -
Bobby Starnes, Billy Woodruff, Arnold
Williams, Alton Conway, Jerry Rosen-
berg, Jimmy Clements, Douglas Grey.
Third row 1 Kay Pugh, Pat Little,
Carol Sharp, Frances Meyer, Gail
Harris, Lynne Kaye. Fourth row -
Ben Hinson, Charles Tiller, Jimmy
Smith, Paden Reeves, Joe Snow, Lane
Crocker, John Dennisson. Fifth row-
Cheryl Zuker, Jack Cook, Bennett
Cale, Susan Hunter. Not pictured -
Danny Spurlin, Billy Heeney, Jimmy
Settle, Jimmy Dew, Roger Williams,
James Hall, Susan Jacobsen, Richard
Krueger, Mr. Morris.
First row ff- Paula Hutchins, Nancy
Gore. Barbara Cohen, Anne Johnson.
Penny Chapman. Beverly Harrison,
Janice Moore. Second row -W Barbara
Ison. Coleman Owen. Jimmie Warren.
Torniny Buckley, Bill Schiller, Jimmy
Ney. Louis Brock, John Hove. Third
row H- Herlenc Coile. Roxie Gail
Haley. Cathy White, Patty Bradley,
Nancy Kessler. Susan Seydel, Carolyn
Martin. Linda Cooglc, Donna Maria
Hayes. Fourth row - P Miss Norton,
Woody Jones. Gary Alford, Wesley
YVise. Cy Hornsby, Billy Gwyn. Greg
'l'ra1nn1cll, Jim Carr, Susan Saks, Ken
Diekerinan, Billy VVzitson. Morris
Bryan, Jim Brooks, Jim Haverstick.
Johnny Payne, George Mongolcl. Car-
First row -- Anne Burton, Indi
Dinkins, Judy Bigelow, Kay Methvir
Second row -Johnny Buice, Davin
Clark, Paul Rodbell, Brewer Black
burn, Jerry Rosenblum, Rodgers Luns
ford, Gary Nunn. Third row-Kare'
Hutchins, Lenora Hartford, Demci
Selman, Marie Friend, Pat Alverson
Beth Evans, Ann Mullinax, Kathleei
Graham. Fourth row - Mr. Romerc
Charles Holloway, Richard Childs
Bob McKenney, Grant T. Brighi
Steve Gladden, Bobby Waite. Fifti
row - Larry Barfleld, Dennis Hill
James Thurman, Roy Wade, Bei
Branch, Richard Westbrook. Not pic
tured - Judy Cohen, Sandra Elling
ton, Linda Beth Jones, Ben Gratz
Steve Huston, Sally Pollock, Mari
Therrell, Emily Butterworth.
First row -- Juanita Potts, Patti
Griesemer, Lucia Blackwelder, Patsf
Graham, Saudra Pryor, Marcia Bag
ley. Second row - Melvin Sullins
Jim Kincaid, Roddy White, Dicl
Washburn, Jerry Stockdale, Glenr
Berns, Dennis Shuman. Third row -
Martha Poss, Barbara Rauch, Diane
Waters, Ginger Smith, Maxine Hand'
macher, Leslie Morrison, Kathy Liv-
sey, Nancy Riggsbee. Fourth row -
Jim Borden, Kenneth Adams, Abbott
Whitney, Lee Greever, Wayne Wer-
ner, Jack Wilhoit, Mila Stevens, Mrs
Boardman. Fifth row - Joe Drexler,
Charlotte Glisson, Margaret Whitley,
Margo Katz, Jerry Morris, Sandra
Young, John Evans. Not pictured -
Ted Farr, Ches Elkins, Zella Tipton,
'rst row - Lamar Jernigan, Judy
ick, Barbara Bain, Martha Jean
aines, Pat Rhodes, Pam Banks, Carol
ichols. Second row - Jim Crew,
itch Cutler, Stewart Calhoun, Ellis
'arlick, Gary Smith, John Bentley,
rencer Lawton. Third row - Bill
riffeth, Donella Dietrich, Cathy
'own, Mary Ann DuVall, Linda
'me, Lyn Brunner, Nancy Werner,
,nis Hansen, Miss Callaway. Fourth
w - Woody Wilkinson, Roger Carl-
n, Don Carver, Haines Hargrett,
harles Perry, Van Pearson, Dickie
Ines, Gene Ferris. Fifth row-Kath-
1e Minnich, Lynda Rosenstein, Peg-
' Rooker, Sheri Allen, Carol Smith,
ichard Erckman, Steve Weinstein,
ot pictured - Marcia Pittman, But-
St row - Margaret Lane, Sheila
'Donough, Jody Barnett, Evelyn
hop, Jeannette Rapp, Nan Johnson,
rothy Dobbs. Second row Q Bob
an, Frank Darby, Ben Barron. Kelly
nt, Dennis DeGive, Llewellyn
ith, Buck Jenkins, Third row -
nor Reese, Nancy Pember, Carol
rrison, Marilyn Myers, Jeanne
ley, Barbara Richards, Judy Le
anna, Marlice Daniel. Fourth rowf
bert Shirley, Fred Myers, Barry
dges, Jean Hendon, Jack Shafer,
my McMichael, Jerry Kendall,
k Eastland, Mr. Smith, Fifth row-
rley Roberts, Johnny Willis, Chip
wan, Mary Lisenby, Steve Skor-
n, Raymond Wilkins, Not pic-
ed 3 Richard Askew.
First row - Carol Erckman, Candy
Malone, Sharon Meltz, Carolyn Seay,
Sheila Brock, Nancy Lee West. Second
row - Frank Duncan, Bill Evans,
Edward McClure, Jim Denny, Buzzy
Goodwin, Joel Hughes. Third row -
Clara Hamrick, Ilga Brempelis, Bren-
da Glaser, Linda Quinn, Patty Mc-
Latchey, Mary Ann Lynch, Ellen
Yancey, Harriet Findley. Fourth row
- Terry Bridges, Jacky Patrick, Mike
Holt, Hank Stelljes, Johnny Holman,
Frank Courtney, William Dobes, Andy
Heiskell. Fifth row A Doris Lau,
Paula Weir, Rolland Tomlinson,
Brian Keller, Gary Patterson, Larry
Rary, Linda Blackwelder, Carol Gil-
strap. Not pictured - Phil Smith,
Robert Townsend, Roy Robertson,
First row - Sallie Dent, Janice
Ulrici, Raiford Gaffney, Kay Cham-
bers, Carla Weitz, Claudette Pendley.
Second row - John Sheffield, Allen
Jones, Robert Runyon, Bob Allison,
Fritz Schultz, Billy Chumley. Third
row - Lynne Rosenkoetter, Lorita
Blackstone, Mary Talley, Carole Ken-
nady. Dottie Troy, Jackie Hasell,
Linda Adams, Jackie Walters. Fourth
row - Dick Rossiter, Sam Franklin,
Ed Parker, Homer Ellenburg, Tommy
Gamble, George Miller, Reynolds Mc-
Clatchey, Miss Flournoy. Fifth row -
Mary Kent Bomar, Clara Barfield,
Patsy Parrish, Judy Nix, Shirley
Friend, Ibby Betts, Susan Angel. Not
pictured - Gerry Purdy, Connie
Krystafik, Janice Ramsey.
First row - Shirley Bush, Gini
Carnes, Camille Day, Becky Morga
Susan Hargrove. Second row - Ro
nie McMillan, Lance Bragg, Ji
Broaddus, Victor Owens, Bobl
Wylly, Bruce Winpenny. Third row-
Beth Robinson, Anne Ezzard, Jill B2
comb, Linda Stanley, Deana Varnc
Ann Sorensen, Linda Roy, Franc
McRee. Fourth row - Asa Candle
Skip Willingham, Richard Brad
Tommy Appling, Johnny McCor
Roger Crouch, Roy Poole, Paul Joh
son, Mr. Groves. Fifth row - Walt
Stevens, George White, Bobby Har
son, Dick Blackwell, Allen Nabo
Bruce Fitzpatrick, Stephen Mart.
Not pictured -A Libba Barnett, Ax
Thomas, Joe Miller, Bob Burkholdt
First row e Molly Dominy, Glcni
Boggs, Sandra Ellington, Linda Be
Jones, Helen Blaine, Susan Baughma
Neva Dixon, Millie Wood. Seem
row -- Billy Steiner, Mike Hosfoi
George Roberts, Tucker Garrisc
Randy Edgar, Bill Morgan. Third rf
-Halla Claffy, Janet Fuller, Lint
Linder, Becky Wainwright, Jay
Dobbins, Susan York, Judy Hay'
Barbara Branch, Karen Chests
Fourth row A Sandra Wilkinsc
Mike Campbell, Gordon Bell, Tcl
Bradshaw, Lamar Cochran, Rom
Williams, Freddy Thranhardt, Ji
Cagle, Mrs. Dreger. Fifth row-Ju
Anne Ricciardi, Nona Barksdale, Bo
by Hamilton, Jimmy Mallett, Tedi
Davis, Andy Ghertner, Ralph M
Clelland, Pat Hudson.
Myra, Walter, and Gloria attend Fellowship.
eanne serves at the annual Homemaking Department
Beverly and Bill enjoy a school dance. Julie and Paul add interest to the Thanksgiving basket.
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rut NATIONAL HDNUR socltrv
To be elected a member of the National Honor Society is considered
the highest honor a student can attain during his years at Northside.
The requirements are character, scholarship, leadership, and service.
Inductions are held twice yearly. A student must be in the second semes-
ter of his junior year or in his senior year to be eligible. The faculty
chooses the new members.
The two major services that this society performs each year are the
presentation of College Night and Welcoming Day for the sub-freshmen.
Sponsors: Miss ETHEL COCKRELL and Miss MARY BALLARD Kathy Thrower
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STUDENT BODY OFFICERS
FRANK BRIGGS, Treasurerg CURTIS BEAVERS and B1-:TTI GREEVER, Co-Presidentsg
JULIE STOKES, Secretary
The Student Council is a representative body which helps to organize
and govern the campus life at Northside. The faculty often calls upon
the Student Council to give advice in student-teacher relations. The
Student Council publishes the student directory and sponsors assembly
programs. They also fill Thanksgiving baskets and deliver them to the
The Student Council at work.
Near the end of May the long
awaited Viking is at last put into the
hands of those who wish a record of
the people and events which have
made the past year at Northside one
This year's staff has used its un-
tiring efforts in putting together an
outstanding yearbook with many
new features. The staff is made up
of seniors who have had a recom-
mendation from their English
TOMMY BURNS, Co-Editor NANCY DAGUE, Co-Editor
HARRY HANDLEY, Business M gr. JAN PERRY, Business M gr.
First row: Jim Bell, Elizabeth Bost, Carol Chambers, Libby Chaplin, Myra Clark, Buzzy Cowart,
Second row: Diane Cunningham, Billy Folsom, Beth Fuller, Ronnie Goettinger, Beverly Harnpson,
Always at work.
Before the Viking goes to press, Room 117 dur-
ng sixth period seems a mass of confusion. Each
nember of the staff, with his assigned pages cov-
:red with picture proportions, none of which is
:orrect, is racing madly to beat the deadline. Dick
Werner, a photographer from last year's staff,
vith his trusty camera, cannot be found idling his
ime. He is always at work either posing people or
leveloping pictures. Nancy and Tommy, between
Jractical jokes, are seen trying to put fifty pictures
in one page, while Jan frantically searches for the
ost contracts for expensive and precious ads. Amid
.ll the confusion, rushing around, and practical
oking, Miss Mulkey breathes a loud sigh of relief
s the copy and pictures are finally put into the
lands of the printer. Now the staff anxiously
.waits the return of the work and the circulation
if the book, in hopes that the latest edition of the
'iking meets the approval of all its readers.
Producing the book.
Racing the deadline.
Miss Ballard Mrs. Matthews
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First row: Susan Michaels, Jimmy Murray, Mary Norris, Sally Circulation dvemsmg
Sheffield. Second row: Betsy Smith, Anne Weidinger, Dick Werner, Miss Mulkey
John Wolfe. Advisor
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JIMMY CARSON ANNE HOLDEN JANE WAGNON
Editor Associate Editor Business Manager
Tales for the Tiger Tales.
The students of Northside eagerly look for-
ward to the monthly publication of the Tiger
Tales, which presents school news and features.
The Tiger Tales won many outstanding awards
last year, including the Atlanta Journal Sunday
Magazine Cup for the best use of features and
the Athens Banner-Herald Cup for general ex-
cellence. This year's stall has put forth their en-
tire effort to make the Tiger Tales interesting to
everyone and compare favorably with other
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Editor-in-Chief .......................... ,. Jimmy Carson
Associate Editor ........................ .,- Anne Holden
Business Manager .......... .. ........... ,-. Jane Walnon
Managing Editor .....,............... .-- Owen Forrester
Promotion and Circulation, ........... Walter Wingfield
News Editors .......... -- Lois-Chambers, Kathy Throwel'
Feature Editors ................ Linda. Janss, Betty Milton
Sports Editors -- ...... ....... B illy Rushln. Ann Evans
Copy Editor ...... .- ..... -...--- ........ Jeanne Cheely
Society Editor ----.. ................. .. ..-........ Eve Foy
Advertising Manager -- ..... , ............. Kit Lavender
Exchange Editors .......... Anne Robertson, Judy Leibold
Art Editor .... - ...... - ..................... Julie sC0keS
Photographer .............. .......- .......... Dick Werner
Reporters: Albert Anderson, Coker Appleton, Kathey Bar-
nett, Betty Branch, Nancy Bynum, Jo'anna Gerrard,
Charlene Ho11owsy,,Ha.1-riot Hopkins. Sandra Hutto.
Ann Perkins, Scott Rutan, Kay Burton, Lindo. Stevens
Faculty Advisor --..---..-....-- was wry Lou Johnson
Kay Burton Lois Chambers Jeanne Cheely Owen Forrester
Eve Foy Linda Janss Kit Lavender Judy Leibold
Betty Milton Anne Robertson Kathy Thrower Walter Wingfield
DICK WERN1-:R Charlene Holloway, Jo'anna Garrard, Kathy Bamett, Ann Evans, Linda Venable, Julie Stokes, Albert
Photographer Anderson, Scott Rutan, Coker Appleton, Sandra Hutto, Nancy Bynum, Ann Perkins, Linda Stevens,
Betty Branch, Harriet Hopkins.
The Key Club, which is one of our main service organizations, is
made up of sophmore, junior, and senior boys who have a "Bn average.
The members of the Key Club help us all to decide our vocations by
sponsoring the annual Career Day. Many of the conveniences at North-
side have been donated by the Key Club.
Boys and girls who are upper classmen and have a high scholastic
average are eligible for membership in the Junior Civitan Club. The
trophy case by the gym and the cheerleader's portable amplifier were
donated by the Junior Civitans. Every month the Civitans honor a
student by electing him "Student of the Month" and featuring him in
an article in the school paper.
Mike Thomas, Eve Foy, Hank Lesesne
The Interclub Council is the body which decides various poli- Delene Johnson'
cies concerning the four social clubs. It is composed of all the
ofiicers in each club and the student body ofiicers.
Thanksgiving is truly a time for giving.
The motto of the Hi-Y is "to create, maintain, and extend
throughout the school and community high standards of Chris-
tian characterf' One of the projects is the presentation of the
Hi-Y variety show.
CHARLIE HOWARD. . . . . . .
HENRY MADDOX . .
TINY WILLIAMSON , .
BILL FARR , , .
. . President
. Vice President
. . Secretary
. . Treasurer
TOMMY BURNS ...... President
NANCY STOVALL .... Vice President
LINDA MCCLURE . Recording Secretary
BETH FULLER . Corresponding Secretary
72BETTI GREEVER ...... Treasurer
INTERFAITH FELLUWSHIP CUUNCII
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First Vice President
Second Vice President
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JUDY LE SHANNA
Matt Howard, Secretaryg Carol Sharp, Treasurerg Charlie Howard, President g Delene Johnson, Vice President 3 Mrs
The Ace Club is one of the top four social clubs at Northside. Alpha
Chi Epsilon Club held its first night meeting on September 24, 1956,
when they elected the chapter chairman and sponsor and organized the
needed committees for the year.
Along with the Kats they spon-
sored the Twerp Dance which has
become as much a tradition at
Northside as Sadie Hawkins Day in
Dogpatch! The Aces and Kats also
co-sponsored the victory dance after
the Grady game. An informal dance
after the Murphy game was spon-
sored completely by the Aces.
As one member put it, "We may
not have the most points, but we do
have the most fun. I wouldn't be
in any other club."
At Christmas time the Aces faith-
fully supported the drive for clothes
and toys for the needy.
The Aces were here. Our chapter chairmen
LINDA LAYFIELD, JIM B
One of our more bashful members
Where's the fire?
Roy Roberts, Tiny Williamson, Stuart McDaniel
The Kats, one of our four outstanding social
clubs, have greatly added to the spirit of North-
side this year. The purpose of the Kappa Alpha
Tau Club is to learn to work together and to
know better the members of the student body.
Their biggest project this year is to beat the
Aces, Rebs, and Tops in club competition. The
night meetings, something new this year at
Northside, promoted enthusiasm and support
among the Kat Club members. At the Hrst meet-
ing, Sept. 26, the Kats elected their faculty ad-
visor and chapter chairmen and organized the
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Who's that? ?
TINY WILLIAMSON . . . . President
Rov ROBERTS . . . . Vice President
BEN FERGUSON . . . . . . Secretary
STUART MCDANIEL . . .... Treasurer
MARTHA LOWERY. . . . Chapter Chairmen
COACH WAYMAN CREEL . .... Advisor
The Kats sponsored the informal dance after the
O'Keefe game and were co-sponsors with the Ace
Club for the victory dance following the Grady
game. The Twerp Dance, given in the early spring,
was also co-sponsored by the Kat Club.
At Christmas time the Kats faithfully supported
the club boxes and filled them with clothes and
toys for the needy.
Another paper sale! Ki!
ATwo Kats and a Tiger! Our Sponsor!!!
THE REB CLUB
The Rebs, the outstanding social club this the faithful supporters of the Rho Epsilon Beta
year, led the clubs in competition. The Rebs Club elected their advisor and chapter cha1r
were tops in ticket sales, paper sales, and attend- men.
ance at the night meetings. At the first meeting
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Jan, whols your charming friend? ? ? JI-ISY WC three? ? ?
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Boxed in! ! ! Cornered! ! !
Dances - dances - dances! I I
The biggest one was the Snowball
put on by the Rebs and Tops. Paul
Cooperls band provided the enter-
tainment, and the holiday dance was
one of the most successful Northside
has ever held. The Rebs sponsored
the dances after the West Fulton
and Murphy games and co-sponsor-
ed the victory dance following the
North Fulton game.
The Rebs supported the drive for
clothes and toys at Christmas
The fine spirit and enthusiasm of
the Reb volley ball and basketball
teams added to the success of our
annual Club Day, which was held
in the early spring.
THE TOP CLUB
Meredith Woods, Buddy Milton, Jesse Samples, Ann Evans.
At a night meeting.
LINDA L1-:E MCCLURE
What Mr. Kelley Please d0n't tear dgwn He alI1,t talking tl'1C
say? the door, flavor lasts.
The Tau Omega Pi held its first night meeting
on October 3, 1956, with very good attendance.
With Meredith Woods at the helm, they became
the only social club to show a profit in their foot-
The Annual Snow Ball, which the Tops and
Rebs co-sponsored, was the best attended dance
of 1956 and a big success. Music for this dance
was provided by Paul Cooper. The Tops also share
credit with the Rebs for the dance following the
North Fulton game. For the post-Sylvan game
dance, the Top Club was sole sponsor.
Sponsor: MR. DURDEN
A winning paper sale.
Musical "Tops" from the country.
The French Club, organ-
ized to promote greater in-
terest in French language
and culture, holds monthly
meetings which highlights
its program. These meetings
include excellent speakers
and recreation and are
greatly enjoyed by all club
BILLY JOHNSON . . . . President
TOM FARR .... . Vice President
SANDY LESHANNA . . . . . Secretary
MAYO POURNELLE . . . . Treasurer
MISS HUTCHINSON . . . . . Advisor
The Spanish Club-Los Amigos Espanoles-
provides an opportunity for students to hear and
use Spanish in real-life situations, to learn more
about our Spanish-speaking neighbors, and to
enjoy such occasions as the Spanish dinner at
the end of the year.
NANCY WHITAKER ,.... Presiden
MARILYN YOUNG . . , . Vice Presiden
ANN STEVENS . . Secretary-Treasure
CECILIA TIMMONS . Program Chairmar
MRS. HUGHES and MRS. FERSEN Advisor.
The Latin Club promotes interes
in the Latin language by presenting
programs and projects built arounc
the history and culture of the Ro
man people who spoke it. Its pur
pose is to show that Latin, far fron
A being a dead language, is an essen
.,, tial part of our cultural heritage to
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PAT GRITZKE ......... Presidxent
JANET COHEN . . . . . Vice President
NANCY COWART . . . Seertary-Treasurer
MR. SMITH ........... Advisor
The purpose of the Art Club is to pro-
mote the betterment of the school through
art. Its members draw posters for North-
side's activities and decorate for Northside,s
JOLYN CHASTAIN . . . . President
JANE CHEELY . . . Vice President
SANDY LESHANNA . . . Secretary
COKER APPLETON . . , Treasurer
Miss NORTON .... . . Advisor
The Future Homemakers of
America is a national organization
of home economic students. A mem-
ber must be taking or have com-
pleted a year of home economics.
The purpose of the FHA is to pre-
pare girls to be better homemakers.
The motto is "Toward New Hori-
The Junior Red Cross
gives students an oppor-
tunity to serve Others in their
Own city, their nation, and
the world. Although each
student may enroll as a
member, the work of the
Junior Red Cross is accom-
plished through a school
council of members consist-
ing of one boy or girl from
THIRD ANNUAL ATLANTA SCIENCE
Overall in Congress
William Dunson-4th place
David Fuller-2nd place and a trip to Los
Angeles for him and his teacher.
Ben Branch and Bill Griffeth-Gold key
Steve Skorman, Llewellyn Smith, Jimmy
Lucia and Linda Blackwelder-Silver key
Ed Lane-Bronze key
Anne O'I-Iara Boswell-Bronze key
Jimmy Morton-Honorable mention
Larry Freant-Gold key
William Dunsonf -Gold key
David Fuller-Gold key
THE SCIENCE CLUBS
The purpose of these clubs is to promote
an interest in science outside of school.
These clubs go on field trips, have speakers,
and perform experiments in the Fields of
EIGHTH GRADE BIOLOGY CLUB
NINTH GRADE BIOLOGY CLUB
PHYSICS ANU CHEMISTRY CLUB
The purpose of this club is to give the
student the chance to explore the different
phases of science in industry outside of
The purpose of this club is to promote
interest in advanced biological study. The
club meets once a month to take Held trips,
hear speakers, and to perform interesting
The purpose of this club is to pro-
mote an interest in supervised photo-
graphy. This year the club entered
the 1957 National High School
One bank teller is elec-
ted from each home-
room to aid with de-
posits and withdrawals.
It is' through the excel-
lent work of these tel-
lers that Northside has
maintained its fine
The Bank Directors sell stock,
make accounts, and direct the acti-
vities of the bank. It is their job to
promote deposits. For the last three
years the directors have been fortu-
nate in winning, with the support
of the school, the trophy for the
highest number of depositors.
FUTURE NURSES CLUB
The Northside High School Chapter of
the Future Nurses Club is the first such
group in the Atlanta public schools. Mem-
bership is open to all students interested in
nursing or allied professional fields and
has the dual purpose of guiding students
toward medical careers and of giving ser-
vice to school and community in all health
Co-sponsors of the club are Mrs. D. F.
Blackwelder and Mrs. Dorris Taylor.
Each homeroom elects one representative
to promote the sale of the Viking. With the
help of Miss Ballard they conduct the busi-
ness between their homerooms and the an-
THE CUMMERCIAL CLUB
The Commercial Club is composed of
girls who are interested in becoming secre-
taries and clerical workers. The purpose is
to promote interest in business and profes-
sional occupations. The faculty advisor is
Mrs. Laura F. Leary.
TALLULAH FALLS CLUB
BETTY Jo NoR'rHcU'r'r
The two choral groups at Northside, the Mixed IM ,Q
Chorus and the Girls, Chorus, did an excellent job R ,,,
this year. They sang at several school functions.
The Mixed Chorus earned a Superior rating at
the Regional Music Festival in March, and the
Girls' Chorus earned an Excellent rating. North-
side is especially proud of the music department.
MIXED CHORUS OFFICERS
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Standing, left to right: Jimmy Ehlers, Tommy Edwards, Bill Durrett, Tom Fulghum, Chuck Lines, and Bcn
DeMayo. Bottom: Chester Graham, Tommy Williams, and John Pitts QCaptain.j
Any regularly enrolled ROTC student Northside's girls, rifle team defeated
is eligible for membership on Northside,s West Fulton, the only other girls' team in
boys, rifle team. This year our team has the city. Sophomore, junior, and senior
won eight meets and lost four. girls are eligible for the team.
Standing, left to right: Nancy Whitaker, Bolling Puller, Corky DeSaussure, Janet Wyman, Betty Groovcr, and
Ann Lee. Bottom: Mary Norris, Pat Gritzke, Vicki Vasen, Susan Dimock, and Margaret Nettles.
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Sponsor: MIss BEVERLY HAMPSON
CADET MAJOR MARVIN TIDWELL
Sponsor: MISS MARIAN NIVER
CADET CAPTAIN DENNY ARRINGTON
Sponsor: MISS JANET HOBBS
CADET FIRST LT. JOHN HURT
Sponsor: MISS LINDA STEVENS
CADET FIRST LT. BILLY JOHNSON
Sponsor: MISS FRANCES KEMPTON
CADET FIRST LT. JIMMY CARSON
Sponsor: MISS KIT LAVENDER
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CADET FIRST LT. LARRY REINHARDT
Sponsor: Mrss BETTY Poss
CADET FIRST LT. JIM STEELE
Sponsor: MISS JUDY Fox
CADET SECOND LT. JOHN FERGUSON
Sponsor: MISS DELENE JOHNSON
CADET CAPTAIN BILL BAKER
Sponsor: MISS JOYcE BEAUOI-IAMP
CADET FIRST LT. RONNIE GOETTINGER
Sponsor: MISS JUDY LEIBOLD
CADET FIRST LT. RONALD MAJOR
Sponsor: MISS MARTHA LEWIS
CADET CAPTAIN GORDON BECKHAM
Sponsor: MISS MARGARET PRICE
CADET FIRST LT. JOHN PITTS
Sponsor: Mxss DIANE HowE
CADET FIRST LT. BUSTER KILE
Sponsor: MIss JOAN WILLIAMS
Following the example of last year's cadets, the Northside
ROTC Battalion received a superior rating on its Georgia Mili-
tary District Inspection. Another superior rating was gained in
the Annual Technical Inspection which showed the unit tops in
the supply and equipment section.
Federal Inspection went smoothly with good cooperation
from the cadets, and a superior rating is expected. Another suc-
cessful event was Sponsor Day, which brought a picnic for the
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Co-Captains: Mike Thomas and Gordon Beckham with
1956 Tiger football trophies.
The 1956 Tigers had their work cut out for them and
came through in fine style. As well as winning the City
Title for the third straight year, they won the North Georgia
Championship and won acclaim as possibly the greatest
prep team in Georgia.
The Tigers set their pace for the year by beating GriHin
37-0 in the season opener. Griffin fumbled the kickoff and
on the first play from scrimmage Robert Sharp scampered
twenty yards for the first score. Mike Thomas, Ben Fergu-
son, Charlie Howard, Stanley Gann, and John Wirtz scored
to complete the rout.
NORTH GEURGIA CHAMPS
Coaches: O'Quinn, Brooker, Creel, Anderson, Wilson
Brent Filson, Most Improved Player, Jim Boardman, Best Block:
fTeam and Cityj, Coach Creel, Stanley Gann, Most Valuab.
Player, not pictured: Billy Grigsby, Best Hustler.
First row: Harry Brown, Billy Grigsby, Sandy Bremer, Mike Thomas, Gordon Beckham, Stanley Gann, Max Staples,
Bill Farr. Second row: Ed Tuck, Roy Williams, Curtis Beavers, Sonny Todd, Bill Tidmore, Denny Webb, Bill Smith,
Alex Sifford. Third row: Jim Libby, Brent Filson, Jack Sharp, Scott Wilkinson, Ben Ferguson, Bobby Rice, Matt
Howard, Rich Henley. Fourth row: John Ferguson, Steve Styron, John Baker, Henry Maddox, Ed Nutting, Bob
Buckley, Jesse Samples, Roy Roberts, Jimmy Fleming. Not pictured: Robert Sharp, Charles Howard.
West Fulton 36-0
North Fulton 27-7
NORTH GEORGIA SECTION CHAMPIONSHIP
AAA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Richmond Academy 7-13
A Perfect Season
Another Six Points
Northside beat Murphy 26-6 after being held to a 6-6
tie until less than four minutes remained. Jim Boardman
recovered a fumble on the Murphy 13 yard line. Stan
Gann passed to John Ferguson and sneaked across for the
score as he had done in the first period. The last two scores
came on the run back of a pass intercepted by Gann and a
pass from Gann to Thomas after a fumble recovered by
When Northside beat Smith 37-0 the Tigers proved that
they were the team to beat. Matt Howard and Stan Gann
led the scoring in this team victory.
The Tigers prepared for their first region game by rolling
over Sylvan 21-6. In this victory the Tigers made 21 first
downs and limited Sylvan to 6. Robert Sharp and Charles
Howard scored on runs and John Ferguson tallied on a
16 yard Gann pass.
Gaye Boardman, Sponsorg Meredith Woods, Queeng Eve
State Championship Game
Northside scored freely to swamp O'Keefe
48-7. Gordon Backham started the rout with
the first two touchdowns. Steve Styron re-
turned an intercepted O'Keefe pass for the
third score. Sandy Bremer and Bill Grigsby
scored on well executed runs while John
Baker caught a Ben Ferguson pass, and Matt
Howard ran a punt back 50 yards to score.
Thomas scores against North Fulton
Northside left the vaunted Bass defense in
tatters after a 28-O victory in which the
Tigers gained 266 yards, more than the Bass'
previous five foes' combined. Robert Sharp,
Bill Grigsby, and John Ferguson scored on
runs while Jim Boardman scored on a Stan
Gann pass. Meanwhile the tough Tiger de-
fense limited the Bass offense to four first
ROBERT SHARP MIKE THOMAS BILLY GRIGSBY STANLEY GANN JIM L1BBY
Fullback Halfback Halfbaok Quarterback End
An alert and hard hitting Northside defense
turned the pre-billed "classic" and "game of
the year" into a 36-O farce. The Tigers fell on
five fumbles and intercepted three passes.
Sonny Todd kicked three PAT's and one field
goal. Gann scored three times, Sharp once,
and John Ferguson once.
Northside completely outplayed Southwest
to win 35-6. Gordon Beckham, Ben Ferguson,
and Harry Brown scored the touchdowns.
Sonny Todd kicked all five PAT's.
Northside finally beat North Fulton by
more than one point. When they did, they
went all the way, 27-7. Stann Gann gained
154 yards, 77 yards more than the whole Bull-
dog team. He passed to Gordon Beckham
and John Ferguson for two of the touch-
downs. Mike Thomas and Bill Grigsby each
scored one to insure the victory.
Northside completed its first undefeated,
untied regular season with a. 14-6 victory over
Grady. John Ferguson, playing fullback since
Robert Sharp's injury in the North Fulton
game, scored both touchdowns. Ed Nutting,
Max Staples, and John Baker sparkled on
The Tigers won their third consecutive
City Championship on the power of three
touchdowns by Gordon Beckham and one by
Jim Libby. Two of Beckham's scores and
Libby's one were on Stan Gann's accurate
passes. On defense the sparklers were John
Baker, Sonny Todd, Ed Nutting, and Mike
The Tigers reached their peak in their
brilliant 20-0 victory over Cedartown for the
North Georgia Championship. Gordon Beck-
ham and Stan Gann, who scored respectively,
one and two touchdowns, were the shining
lights on offense. The whole defensive line
played so well that the swift Cedartown
offense never got started.
Gordon Beckham scores against Cedartown
in sectional playoff.
HARLES HowA1m MAT HOWARD JIM BQARDMAN GORDON BECKHAM SANDY BREMMER
Halfback Halfback End Halfback Fullback
Gann runs agalns Sylvan.
Sharp tackles Murphy foe.
City Championship: Ferguson runs.
Managers: JIM GREY, JIM BELL, RAYMOND BROWN
MAOKY O,CONNOR, JOHN WOLFE.
The Tigers put up a ter-
rific fight in their 13-7 loss
to Richmond Academy at
Augusta, Until the fourth
quarter Northside was un-
able to move the ball. In the
fourth quarter Stan Gann
passed to Gordon Beckham,
Jim Boardman, Jim Libby,
John Ferguson, and then to
Bill Grigsby for the Tigers'
only touchdown. As the Final
seconds ticked away they
had marched to the Rich-
mond Academy 35. It was
this "never say die spirit"
and the team's fine character
that made the 1956 Tigers
a truly great team.
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First row - Dennis Strickland, Bill Talbot, Dennis Pulver, Paul Hollo-
well, Scott Taylor, Ben Statham, Hank Lesesne, Rusty Jones, Doug Kirby,
Kaye Ellenburg, Alton Curtis, Joe Cotter, Haygood Clarke, Steve Ball,
Claude Wills. Second row - Eddie Green, Jimmy Gladden, Jimmy
Watts, Bobby Kirkland, Billy Roberts, Bobby Saunders, Means Davis,
Chandler McGilvrary, Cliff Madison, Steve Garrett, Bill Beckman, Joe
rlank Lesesne leads interference for Paul Hollowell in B-Team game.
When the Baby Tiger schedule was complete, the score-
book showed six wins and one defeat. They scored 175
points to their opponents 34. The Baby Tigers had an ex-
ceptionally well balanced backfield. With their desire, will
to win, and character, they will continue to be a credit to l
Northside as they advance to varsity athletics.
First row - Asa Candler, Sam Franklin, Rogers Lunsford, Ralph Mc-
Clelland, Dick Blackwell, Louis Brock, Jim Broaddus, jim Haverstick,
Bill Johnson, Cokey Coley, Robert Burnette. Second row - Gary Pat-
terson, Charles Holloway, Tommy Buckley, Roddy White, Freddy
Tranhardt, Gary Nunn, Woody Wilkinson, Co-Capt. Ben Henson, Jim
Wesley, Jim Paulson, Clyde Brooks, Sam King, Steve Dixon, Stewart
McDaniel, Bonneau Ansley, Coach Brooker. Third rBw'- Miles Myers,
Pat Locke, Buddy Milton, Joe Martin, john Edwards, Bob Boardman,
Mike Broadbear, Bill Werner, john Hopkins, Blanton Smith, John
Watts, Vic Aderhold, John Martin, Dixon Reeves, Bobby Fine, R. L.
Tindale, Jim Mason, Robert Brown, Jerry Ney.
The B-Team is the training period for varsity football. Under
Coach Brooker, the B-Team won three games, lost three, and tied
one. Only one team was able to score more than once on their alert
defense. The following were the most outstanding players: End-Bill
Werner, Tackles-Rusty Jones, Ben Statham, and Butch Susong
Guards-Mike Broadbear, and Billy Roberts, Backs-Buddy Milton
and Bobby Kirkland.
Rough play in 8th grade game.
Brooks, Lane Crocker, Gregg Trammel, Ben Barron, Arnold Williams.
Third row - Jimmy Ney, Gene Ferris, Jack Eason, George Miller,
Frank Courtney, john McCord, Jack Shafer, Homer'Ellenburg, Johnny
Holman, Abbot Whitney, Steve Gladden, Roger Crouch, Skip Willing-
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Cheerleaders whooping it up for North Fulton pep rally.
The Northside cheerleaders have worked long
and hard this year. As well as making posters
and selling pennants, they practice every day
after school to prepare for the next game. With-
out them the traditional Northside spirit would
not be what it is.
ON TO VICTORY
Center: Co-Captains, Delene Johnson and Eunice Swift, L. to R.: Margaret Godwin,
Gail Thurman, Sara Peters, Gaye Boardman, Nancy Peterson, Katherine Mann,
Alice Bates, Harriet McDaniel, Beverly Hampson, Catherine Brown.
Libba Brown, Ann Rankin, Ladye
Jernigan, Peggy Steiner, Danna
Drewery, Mary Ann Latz, Barbara
Hasell, Judy Ford.
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Pep Clubbers before pep rally.
First row: Patty Bradley, Carolyn
Seay. Second row: Ginny Carnes,
Ann Washburn, Anne Johnson,
Barbara Ison, Ann Hudgins. Third
row: Lynne Rosenkoetter, Cathy
Brown, Libba Barnett, Becky
Wainwright, Jackie Hasell, Linda
Syme, Beth Jones.
Left to right: Robert Madison, Wyehe Fowler, Tiny Williamson, Rick Madison, Roy
Roberts, Mike Petrie, Harold Wells, Bill Smith, Chuck Taylor, Max Staples, Bucky
Tiny Williamson and Rick Madison
5 7 Murphy
7 2 Sylvan
67 West Fulton
56 North Fulton
5 1 Northside
5 2 Northside
Northside 60 Fulton
Northside 38 Brown
Northside 63 Murphy
Northside 59 Baker
Northside 3 9 Benedictine
This year the boys' varsity basketball team com-
pleted one of its most successful seasons, losing but
two of its regular season games and Hnishing third
in the City League play OHS. The team was led by
Roy Roberts, the leading scorer in Atlanta. Other
standouts were Tiny Williamson, Rick Madison,
Max Staples, Chuck Taylor, and Wyche Fowler.
CHUCK TAYLOR TINY WILLIAMSON MAX STAPLES RICK MADISON HARRY LANG
WYCHE FOWLER HAROLD BNELLS ROY llOBERTS MIKE PETRIE BUCKY FEREBEE
Delcne Johnson, Joan Williams, Carolyn Williams, Andria Springer, Winky Dimock,
Judy Sc-ay, -Ioan Eason, Ann Evans, Susan Smithfield, Dale Avard, Caryl Lenahan,
The girls' varsity basketball team, under the supervision
of Coach Anderson, lost only two regular season games
and won the city league playoffs, beating Murphy in an
over-time game. They also repeated last year's perform-
ance by winning the state championship. The team was
led by Caryl Lenahan, Judy Seay, Dale Avard, Nita
Wages, and Ann Evans. All were placed on the All-State
Dana Lenahan, Andria Springer, Joan Williams Ann Evans and Winky Dimmock
Managers Janet Wyman, Dottie Clairborne,
and Kathy Griesemer
Judy Seay, Caryl Lenahan, Ann Evans
Northside 50 ..........
Caryl Lenahan and Ann Evans
Northside 48 .......,.,., . .,...............,.. Sylvan
Northside 81 ................... West Fulton
Northside 48 .,..........,.., North Fulton
Northside 60 .,...................,..,.,........ Grady
Northside 53 ......................... Southwest
Northside 44 .............,......,.....,... Murphy
Northside 58 ..... .Richmond Acad.
Northside 45 .................,..,,,,, R. E, Lee
Norths1de 59 ............. ............ M urphy
First row: Bucky Mundorff, Jerry Brooks, Larry Hanson, Buddy Milton, Ben Fergu-
son, Second row: George Delrnan, Manager, Tommy Wells, Bill Werner, Mit Fitz-
simons, Rusty Jones, Bob Holman, Tom Kinton, Manager, Third row: Kevin Heeney,
Brit Madison, Haygood Clarke, Jay Conover, Steve Garrett, Harrison Jones, Coach
EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL
First row: Bill Johnson, jimmy Ney, Hank Stelljes, Ben Barron, Gene Ferris, Second
row: Roland Thomas, Manager, Hanes Hargrit, johnny Holman, Bill Smith, Cy
Hornsby, Billy Gwyn.
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JQHN WIRTZ HERMAN DIXON
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Distance runners-Qin order of Hnishj-DICK HICKS, JIMMY MURRAY,
BILL PREWITT, WARREN OVERSTREET
The 1957 edition of the track team is expected to equal or surpass
the state championship team of last year. Returning lettermen such as
Charlie Howard, Dick Hicks, Jimmy Murray, and Warren Overstreet
will make it strong in running events, while Ed Nutting, state champion
shot putter, and Jim Boardman will strengthen our Held events. Coach
Anderson is also expecting great things from former B-teamers. All in
all, the future looks very bright for the Northside tracksters.
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Q Hurd IES-MARVIN TIDWELL
The Cross Country team, probably the least recognized organization
at Northside, has just completed the most successful season in recent
years. The fifteen members of the team, all that remained from the
original thirty, faithfully ran, once a week, the 2Vz mile course around
the Water Works reservoir. They finished the season with a 5-l record
and placed second in the Northern Division Championship. Outstanding
runners were Wyche Fowler, Warren Overstreet, Jimmy Murray, Dick
Hicks, and Bill Prewitt. We congratulate this team and Carter Redd,
student coach, for its exceptionally fine season.
Wyche Fowler wins again
Northside Druid Hills?
Northside West Fulton
Northside North Fulton
Low score wins.
o-captains Jimmy Murray and Dick Hicks and student coach, Carter Redd.
Left to right Tiny Williamson,
Shuck Taylor, Jack Brocksmith,
Warren Overstreet, Bruce Gillette,
Bill Baker, Allan Lisenbe, Wyche
Fowler, Harold Wells, Carter p
Redd, Harry Lange, Jim Black, y
Bill Prewitt, Jimmy Murray, Dick
Hicks, Bill Whorley, Coach An-
derson. Not pictured: Bill Boozer.
Our baseball team, which placed second in the
State tournament last year, is hoping to have another
successful season. This recent success is probably at-
tributed to the unity and companionship the players
have held during the past few years. All the boys
have been playing either with or against each other
ever since the formation of the Little League in
Buckhead. We wish the team and Coach Creel the
best of luck during this 1957 season.
Front row: Mike Thomas
Stan Gann, Ben Fergu
son, Buddy Milton, johr
Ferguson. Middle row
Glen Ulrici, Rick Madi-
son, Don Johnson, Ma:
Staples, Gordon Beck-
ham. Top row: Jimmy
Adams, Harold Wells
John Baker, Tiny Wil-
liamson, Curtis Beavers
RICK MADISON JOHN FERGUSON
MIKE THOMAS CURTIS BEAVERS
The girls tennis team was undefeated in city league competition last
year. In the city tournament they won first and second places in singles
and first place in doubles. In the state tournament the girls took first
place in doubles and were runners-up in singles. Kathy Barnett, Mary
Anne Connerat, and Sandra Atkinson, members of the team, make 1957
look like another championship year.
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Last year the boys tennis team, also undefeated in city league com-
petition, won the city championship for the second straight year. In this
championship the team won first and second places in doubles and
second place in the singles. They went to the state finals where they were
runners-up in doubles, and where Buzzy Cowart took first place in
singles. Buzzy Cowart and Grant Carter, two members of the team,
make prospects for 1957 excellent.
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VIKING possible. We wish you the heartiest
success in the future.
Thank you sincerely.
THE VIKING STAFF
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John, Susan, and Betsy help their father in the
PACES FERRY SERVICE STATION realestate business'
REDD and BALDWIN
Cars Greased, Washed. and Simonized co-
Tires, Tubes and BaH'eries
Road Service 2I6 Healey Building
I3 I 3 VV. Paces Ferry Rd., N. W. JA' IJ258
RAYCO AUTO' SEAT COVERS
INSTALLED FREE IN 30 MINUTES
I697 Peachfree Road, N. W.
W. J. HAYNES TRini'I'y 2-4289
NECCHI-EI.NA SEWING CIRCLE
Fred and Tommy know that electric motors
are thoroughly tested at
Unifed Elecfric Moiors. Inc
690 Ashby S+ree1', N. W.
Beicvre Vitamin A-Q
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To "Shoe" away +I-me blues
Buy Poll Parroi' Shoes
J. 81 J. Poll Parroi' Shoes
For Boys and Girls
3078 Roswell Road, N. W.
' l920 Howell Mill Road, N. W.
3l3I Peachfree Road, N. E.
FREE PARKING CEdar 3-4293
Terry and Dianne play it smart and insure with
PIEDMON T LIFE INSURANCE CO.
SOUTH B l T 0 AN 'I' GRAPH C0
BEACON LAUNDRY, INC.
MODERN 0 SANITARY 0 THRIFTY
2839 PEACHTREE ROAD
Harry and Jimmy get their drugs at
Hiichcock and Simmons
3057 Peachiree Road
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CEdar 7-4656 Buckhead
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Sweets SP' ng'
"Toys for All Ages"
449 Ponce cle Leon Ave., N. E.
Barber 8 Beauty
l 70 I
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SUPERIOR TRUCKING COMPANY
Safely - Speed - Service
520 Bedford Place, N. E.
DECATUR LINCOLN MERCURY
2l8 E. Ponce de Leon Avenue
"QUALITY DRUGS and
Free Delivery Service COMPANY
l970 Howell Mill Road
Aflanfa, Georgia soo MARIETTA STREET
"We Serve The Norflm Side" ATLANTA I3, GA.
Harry doesn't have to work--He is insured by
and Loan Associafion c. Fred Brown
3045 Peach'I'ree Rd., N. E. Buckhead 0
S'l'a'l'e Farm Insurance
3I0 E. Paces Ferry Rd., N. E.
Beverly and Beth
2799 Norfhside Drive
John Ends all
kinds of electrical
OEdar 3-44I I
3 I 75 Roswell Road
Sew You Won'+ Meei'
Yourself Going or Coming
PATTERNS . . . Fancy Trimming
Drapery Fabrics . . . Kirsh
For Home Decorafing
WALTER J. PENNY
BUCKHEAD . . . cedar 3-4061
28l E. Paces Ferry
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Give Christ and His Chwrch
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BREEDING BETTER BOXERS
Myrtle 8z Heath Cowart
2010 Dellwood Dr., N. W.
BUILDER AND DESIGNER
4647 Northside Drive, N. W.
Brookwood Variety Store
Household Goods, Hardware,
Cosmetics, Toys, School Supplies
GLIDDEN PAINT DEALER
1931 Peachtree Rd., N .E.
Howard's Furniture Company
Interest on Savings
NORTHSIDE HIGH SCHOOL
STEAKS - CHOPS - SEAFOODS - SHORT ORDERS
OPEN 24 HOURS TR. 2-9387
Located Next Door to Camellia Gardens-1859 Peachtree Rd. N .E.
JAMISON and CCMPANY, INC.
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W. Paces Ferry Rd. CE. 3-6751
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N e ere Res. ME. 4-7583
Peachtree Road at Wesley
3277 Roswell Rd., N.E. N . Buckhead Plaza
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BUCKHEAD MEN'S SHOP
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520 Marret Street
Phone: Mlilrose 4-9401
ATLANTA 1. GA.
Birmingham, Alabama Indianapolis. Indiana
3501 5th Avenue North 3340 Shelby
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1715 Albany Avenue 2175 Commonwealth Street 114 Meridian Avenue
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Anne and her friend enjoy
eating at the
2420 Piedmont Rd., N. E.
Golden Glaze Do-Nut Shop
395 aut st. at Hemphiu Ave., N.w.
Serve Our Doughnuts at Parties.
Sell Our Doughnuts
for Fund Raising Projects
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Mr. William M. Suttles, Dean of Students at
GEORGIA STATE COLLEGE of BUSINESS
helps Jim Boardman and Alice Bates plan their college careers. Oiferings include
R.O.T.C., Accounting, Secretarial Science, and other Helds of Business
Administration or Arts and Sciences
Lee Greever knows that it's
BRUCE TERMINIX CO.
for the best in termite control
1101 Spring St., N. W.
We don't . . . . but
sell all the Q we sell the
cars . . . best.
CAPITAL AUTOMOBILE COMPANY
Elwyn W. Tomlinson, Pres. Opposite Biltmore Hotel
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Shower Door Company
1301 Chattahoochee Ave., N.W.
BIRELEY'S BOTTLING CO
544 N. Angier Ave., N.E.
Your 3V 07
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Follow the lead of Judy and Ronnie to
Fulton County Federal Saving and Loan Association
Where Thousands Save Millions
3079 Peachtree Road, N . E.
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2002 Howell Mill Rd., N. W.
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1892 Howell Mill Rd.
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2115 Peachtree Rd., ll. E.
WENDER 8 ROBERTS
3013 Peachtree Rd.
cf. 3-1122 or ma of the
Babs always goes to
Wender E? Roberts
for all her needs
1830 Peachtree Rd., N. E.
Aren't you boys a little mixed up?
You'd better get straightened out
Peachtree at 4th St.
Rev. Robert E. Lee, Pastor
as everything but money trees
ERIK J 0HNSON'S
Charlie and Phil should go to
Phone CEdar 7-4113
3789iTSWf1 N' W' 1820 Peachtree Rd.
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Take Pam's advice and shop where your dollar buys more
and you receive S. E? H. Green Stamps
BIG APPLE SUPER MARKET
Jo Anne's clothes get
Peachtree Road th. finest .t
Presbyterian Church nz. 2-0502
M 0 D E R N Peachtree at 12th
3156 Peachtree Rd., N. E. eaners Maple at Peachtree
Atlanta, Georgia CE. 5-1025
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H A I R S T Y L E S
For the friendliest serwce
BILL FITZGERALD Di,
325 Buckhead Ave., N. E.
1954 Howell Mill Rd.
Phone TR. 4-7224
HENRY MOOG RLTY. CO.
R E A L T O R S
1909 PEACHTREE RD.
Kit and Jimmy buy gas from
Service Station and Grocery
142 West Paces Ferry Rd.
Jimmy always lills
Dottie up at ....
Do as Lane does and
buy your hardware from
YOUNG HARDWARE CO.
Elizabeth and Ann get
their Venetian blinds from
VENETIAN BLINDS, INC
1814 Peachtree Rd., N. W.
L. C. SMITH SERVICE STATION
Corner Northside Drive and Bishop St. Atlanta, Ga.
GIRLS OFFICERS BOYS
Sandy Springs Shopping Center
Bates Camera Shop
Dream Home Furnishings
D. E. Pinkard Cleaning and Washeteria
The Little Folks Shop
Leamon Hobbies and Toys
Forrest Five and Ten
Big Apple Super Market
Roswell Road Pharmacy
First Federal Savings and Loan
Conkin Real Estate
House of Charles
Sewell Service Station
Bagwell-Wilson Real Estate
Sm and 1 mo snot senvlcf
have their laundry
done at A step ahead
BOB'S UUNDRY sosz Roswell Rd.
2257 Peachtree Rd., N. W.
TR. 6-8881 CE. 3-8122
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Harriett and Nancy enjoy
Peachtree at 17th Street TR. 2-9672
We call for and deliver
Henry congratulates the class of '57!
NORRIS BROTHERS RIVER FARMS
Baby, it's cold outside-Let's CO'
get inside the
HUNTER PLUMBING and
666 Metal Rd., N. E.
ON SALE at your
favorite Super Market,
Variety Store, or
Chain Drug Store
at a very low price.
John and Jimmy take their business
1625 NORTHSIDE DRIVE
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Roswood Pharmacy, Inc AVISCO Fllm Corporatlon
3767 Roswell ROEIC1 N W 190 Ottley Dflvg
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Compliments of CE 7-2814
Da. HERMAN L. TURNER, Pastor
REV. VICTOR j. JANEK, Asst. Pastor
RUPPERT XL LORETZ
3211 Maple Drive, N. E.
At Peachtree Road
J. B. DENNY
311 Paces Ferry Rd., N. E.
Iris Jeanne knows
J. B. Denny
Real Estate Insurance
is the very best
frequent W I . E 'iris'
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Pharmacy Senior Fluorescent, Inc.
70 Fourth Street, N. W.
3695 Roswell TR. 5-2542
OF ST. PHILIP
Congratulates its members
1957 Graduating Class
THE UNIFORM SHOP
Judy Leibold Arthur Wick Uniforms for Every Need
Sandra I.eShanna John Wolfe
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SHOWER BUCKHEAD GLASS oo.
co' 3228 Roswell Rd., N. W.
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1210 N. Main St. East Point, Ga.
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748 Rice st., N. W.
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