Northside High School - Viking Yearbook (Atlanta, GA)

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Yearbook of Northside High School 2875 Northside Drive ATLANTA GEORGIA Excitement fills the air as eighth graders get oriented into high school life. As Mr. Kelley turns the key and unlocks the front door of Northside for another year, he opens for some a new and excit- ing experience and for others the dream of at last being a senior. Entering that door for the first time can be a bewildering ex- perience, but after four years it seems as familiar and friendly as home. As each student enters the door, he brings With him his Valuable contribution, and each day as he leaves, he takes with him a part of her. Inside he builds his hopes and dreams for the future. Then walking through that door for the last time, he is grateful for the knowledge, friends, and experiences he has gained inside. Our principal opens the door for a new year. First day for new seniors! Drilling at the last minute for exams. Corner of library is favorite place for study. Inside one finds an ever-flowing spring of knowledge and truth. He is filled with an eagerness to learn and to know how and why things are true. With the guidance and understanding of Northside's excel- lent teachers, one finds that learning is fun. As a result of diligence in study and enthusiasm for scholarship, Northside's students earn many honors in academic fields. Miss Newton instructs human biology class. Mrs. Atkinson's class examines plant life. Jimmy Mason studies for a big test H jp W er Fr Wwvmnugmlflhuqiw- D 1 7 I 6 l Inside, one also finds never ceasing spirit and enthusiasm. Pep rallies always play an important part in the school year. Spirits are kept high by our vivacious cheerleaders and our enthusiastic band. As the highstepping majorettes ww .1 slum all prance out in their tiger suits, the spirits as Well as the eyes of all the boys are raised. Hank screams through the sput- tering microphone and all is calm CPD. Pep club decorctes goal post for big game. Big outdoor pep rally. .. 2 , If M 'ff M xv :ii W . 9' fa-v"f'h X 55 f:.12'i by lx 'Fix vi -1 ,V , rm. its W ix' wt gif? uw. U uf? Esggfiiwfis ,, Q. r 5 X . Wi Tigerettes and band perform at half-time. 6 Spirits are still high at the gay dances fol- lowing most of our athletic activities. This year the Student Council sponsored a get- acquainted dance for the eighth grade. Be it a dance, parade, football game, or club party-Northside offers gay Variety and entertainment throughout the year. Our exchange student gets ci lesson in rock and roll Have spirit, will win. "Aw coach, please let me play." si ,aa E Milf ri 5...-Q Ring Ring.. .... . . .... Fire Drill Inside, each student has the opportunity to use his talents Working on special ac- tivities, which add spice and variety to the school year. Career Day and College Night offer an opportunity to plan for the future. Artistic talent is used in dec- orating for Christmas, arranging the Homemaking Department tea, and mak- ing Thanksgiving baskets. Students With musical talent always add variety to as- semblies. Those With dramatic talent have a chance to be in the senior play. North- side offers an outlet for everyone to de- velop by doing extra-curricular activities. Joe Nixon tries to improve his muscles. 9th inning, 3 men on bose, 2 and 3 the count . . . E-615 basket wins 5,51 place- Mr. Vocalis gives Joan Avent a twirl at the senior party. Northside gives each student an invaluable basis for further growth and development. It offers knowledge and friendships which will be remembered long after one passes out of Northside for the last time. It offers happiness and security for the present and hopes and dreams for the future. Harry Blumenthal, .lane Jensen, and Bruce Donnelly put last minute touches on the senior prize winning Christmas mural 9 As students at Northside, We grow in appreciation of the true importance and personal satisfaction gained from sound, challenging academic classes. As eighth graders experiencing high school courses for the first time, we begin to mature in thought and understand- ing When We strive to meet the requirements of such subjects as French, English, and math. Later We grap- ple with American history, physics, art, Latin, trigo- nometry, and chemistry until, as seniors preparing for college, We realize the significance of our being able to offer so strong an educational background as Northside can give us. Now as never before the emphasis on education is great, for the hope and interest of our nation are now focused on the school. Northside continues to dedicate its efforts to maintaining scholastic excellence. HERE WE GROW . . . The halls of Northside are filled with students in the mad, chaotic rush to and from classes 10 ww, ., , W 1 " r frasfasiths r is M ' 5- at . . . 2155 :m y K p gm I Norths1de's Science Department offers classes in gen- pg w,5 5.5, 3, i ' egg eral science, general biology, human biology, chemistry, 111 , 4 ef ,K W and physics. In science laboratories, among the best .5 f ' " . .gi I ' Y 4 , VL 'Macy -.W . . . . 5 ' r qvlllqqql U H 1 -g, 4.1, equipped in Georgia public schools, able teachers en- M courage students to delve into various fields of physical A I' -11 'f-, . ""' y study. A future scientist? Northside boasts of many hon- ored graduates. The chemical structures of various elements are studied by Bill Werner, Dick Haskell, Marcia lngols, and Leah Johnson. IN SCIENCE, The ever-fascinating human structure fascinates Charlene Center, Nancy Styring, Jim Black. The structures of waves are studied in physics by use of a ripple tank. Peggy Steiner, John Hollander, An- dria Springer, George Missbach, Rufus Carswell, and Jeanne Thompson collect data from the tank. 11 Avid Trigonometry students Pete Furniss, Sharon Hicks, Dennis Strickland, John Hollander, George Missbach, and Bob Bostick are engaged in Mrs. Colley's intensive explanation. ..JN From freshmen Working through their first year of algebra, to seniors Worrying over trigo- nometry, the students who take math at Northside learn to reason as Well as calculate in order to train their minds for work they will encounter later, either in business or college. Accelerated algebra whizzes-Dotty Wills, Wally Gay, and Chris Jones-explore the possibilities of graphing. MAHi E.. Sandra Byrd collects oodles of references for the ever- popular Senior pastime-term papers. Northside English students - Writing book reviews or term papers, delivering reports and speeches, or studying grammar and literature, in regular or accelerated classes-profit from stimulating discussions, acquire knowledge, and build a strong foundation essential to the effective use of our language. It is in the English Department that We gain skills which form the basis of our learning in other departments at Northside. ...WJOURCNNN LANGUAGE la? f Linda Jenkins, Louise Coleman, Albert Baer, Bob Boardman, and Van Shroe- der enioy a panel discussion. The Foreign Language Department holds for students a wealth of knowledge of the culture and languages, oral and Written, of other coun- tries. For the first time, Northside has offered a fourth year class in French, Spanish, and Latin in addition to the Ford Foundation Class in French and the regular Hrst, second, and third year Esiiiiilii Northside's three fourth-year Spanish students Diane Lumpkin, Lynne Brauer, and Marcia Dew create an attractive bulletin board. AND IN GTHERS COUFSCS. At the Latin auction patrician Helen Cassimus prices Greek slave Ann Quillian, while auctioneer Dick Haskell calls for bids. Ford Foundation students Marc Hamburger, Mary Lamar Bowden, Karen Day, and Joanne Werner are indeed "les bons eleves de francais." Many prepare for their vocations in Northside's business education courses, typing and shorthand. While Northside boys are engaged in Woodshop ac- tivities or mechanical drawing, girls are trained as homemakers in che various home economics classes. Thus Northside offers each student the opportunity to prepare for the future in business and in the home. xfk dxf KXSJ Typing expert, Helen Cassimus, dashes off a letter Advanced mechanical drawing student inks a drawing. IN BUSINESS AND HOME ARTS Connie Tate, Anne Rankin, and Barbara Wat- kins enjoy the Homemaking Departmenfs Christmas tea. 14 A . I Q , F WFFNESDAY Art students Sandra Atkinson finds classmate Jane .Iensen's profile an interesting study. suv-Ig-nav smuassf The field of fine arts plays an integral part in giving Northside a broader educational curriculum. The music groups have maintained splendid ratings for several years. Many of Northside's art students have received high awards in city and state compe- tition. Although the competitive spirit is strong, daily creativity is most valuable to the students. Do, re, mi, fa, so, Ia, ti, do! The mixed chorus hits the high notes. . C C .:'i' 4 4 l ful et J 5 1 as N . IN FINE ARTS AND SCCIAL STUDIES HE CG' STH' In a broad range of courses, from state to World history, from local to national government, we study the past that We may more fully understand the present and the future that will be ours to mold. By studying economic and social problems in the academic atmosphere of the classroom, We are preparing ourselves to cope with them realistically when We face them outside the classroom. - History wizards explore foreign lands. E 1 C w DEDICATION To you Mr. J. Ralph Kemp, We dedicate this 195 9 Viking. Your untiring efforts to guide us, formerly as a teacher and now as a counselor, have Won you the friendship and admiration of all who come in contact with you. The small things you do which so many of us take for granted add up to make you an integral part of Northside. This year's Viking staff and the class of 1959 realize that this dedication is only a small recognition for a job Well done. Our hope is that a little of your spirit and sense of service will go with us as we leave. V . ff?-in IRA JARRELL Superinfendenf of Schools The principal foundation of learning is in the hands of these leaders, Who deem education Worth- while. JARVIS BARNES WARREN G. FINDLEY Assisianf Superintendent Assisfanf Superinfendenf Adminisfrafive Services Pupil Personnel Services RUAL W. STEPHENS Depufy Superinfendenf WARREN T. JACKSON gf Schools Superinfendenf Area Ill GERALD Y. SMITH ROY W, DAVIS Assisfonf SUPerinfendenf Assisfanf Superiniendenf Personnel 59fVfCe-9 lnsfruciional Services JUN: 1 WEDDINGTON H. KELLEY A.B., M.A. University of Georgia Principal These are the leaders who mark the path to the future through Wisdom and understanding. Attention, please, for the morning announcements. MARY BALLARD RITA BERRONG J. RALPH KEMP B.S. Georgia State College for Womeng A.B. Carson and Newman Collegeg B.S. Georgia Teachers Collegeg M.E. Emory University M.A. Peabody College M.E. Emory University Registrar Counselor Counselor 19 ARTHUR M ARMSTRONG Physical Educalum CAMILIE ARNOLD English MRS. I-I W ATKINSON SCIENCE ANN AUSTIN French Spanish MRS. W H AUSTIN Secretary MARY BINNS Englzsh MRS. MRS. B.S. MRS KEN FRANCES BRYAN Plyyvlfal Educalzon VIRGINIA I'I CANNON M0lhfm0flCS PEGGY CARSWTLL Plaxvzral Educatzon I.OIS CASONI Lzbrarmn MRS JOSEPH I. CI-IIISNA Homvmakmg CAROLYN I, CLAPP Library Clerk A.B Women s College of Umversxty of North Carolma CLEVE CLARK ...... Coach, Industrial Arts B.S.Ed. University of Georgia ETHEL COCKRELL .......... French A.B. Emory University MRS. MARY COLLEY ....... Mathematics A.B. University of Georgia WAYMAN CREEL ...... Physical Education B.S.Ed. University of Georgia M.A. George Peabody College RALPH T. DABBS .......... Military Captain, United States Armyg A.B., B.S. The Citadel JOHN DICKENS, JR. ......... English B.S. Georgia Teachers College M.A. University of Georgia JAMES V. DILLARD ....... . English A.B. University of Georgia M.A. Middlebury College WALTER L. DURDEN ..... Driver's Training B.S. Georgia Teachers College MRS. LUCILE FANT ...... MRS. ELIZABETH MOON FERSEN . A.B. Tift College . Secretary . Latin HARRIET FLOURNOY ...... . English A.B. Valdosta State College MRS. CHARLOTTE HANKWITZ ..... Nurse R.N. Milwaukee Hospital School of Nursing MRS, PAUL Y. HUGHES ...... Latin, English A.B. Emory University THOMAS HUGHEY ...,..... Military Master Sergeant, United States Army GAIL HUTCHINSON ........ Spanish A.B., M.A. University of Georgia MRS. WARREN T. JACKSON .... Social Studies B.S. Georgia State College for Women Ovefind I nomic U gene - x oven Nurse and 9 em. U Se,-I Prob, e is i Ous e CO. Why, er: 1 W QS iust " Uh 21 'QB I fm I hGVe Va X-ef S MRS. LADD JONES, JR. ...... Mafbfmaum A.B. Emory University MRS. ANN C. KIEFFER ...... Homemalzing B.S.H.E., M.E. University of Georgia MRS, LAURA F. LEARY .... Comrncrcial Studies B.S. Georgia Teachers College, B.B.A. University of Georgia MARY LOU LENTZ ..... Commercial Sludivs A.B. Lenoir Rhyne College '-,. 5 MRS. WILLIAM E. LOGAN ....... Engiixh VTE A.B. Georgia State College for Women MRS. ANDREW MACKINTOSH . . Ffcrlfly, Sfiarlkh A.B. University of Michigan Micsif o l0Y .xeSW lo rnOff ELIZABETH MALLARD ........ B.S. Georgia State College for Women MRS. A. A. MATTHEWS ........ English A.B. Agnes Scott College MRS. ROGER W. MOISTER ..... Sofial Sludifs A.B. Rutgers WALTER L. MORRIS ....... Soiriial Sluzlies A.B.Ed. Oglethorpe University, M.A. University of Georgia JANE MULKEY ........... English A.B., B.F.A. Wesleyan College . . . . . . . . . , Sricnfe' JULIA NEWTON A.B. Wesleyan College, M.A. Emory University MARTHA NIBLACK ....... Social Sludies A.B. University of Georgia, M.A. Emory University . Mafllemalits OUIDA NORTHCUTT ...... A.B. Tift College SDD O'QUINN ....... Couch, Malbrmalics B.S. University of Georgia, M.A. Peabody College R. E. PAGE ........ . . Social Sludier A.B. Emory University D' , :dn f do your h mo S Q escrib if el espa5 ol. Omework huh? 22 MRS. HUGH C. PEARSON, JR. .... Social Science A.B. Randolph Macon Women's College NANCY RANKIN .......... English A.B. Emory University MRS. RAY E. ROBINSON ...... Mathematics A.B. University of Tennessee SAMUEL R. ROMERO ...... Military, Science A.B., B.S. New Mexico State University FRANCES SMITH ......... Maihewlalifs A.B. Georgia State College for Women, M.A. Appalachian State Teachers College J. L. SMITH ............ Art B.F.A. University of Georgia, M.A. George Peabody College MRS. C. W. SMITHWICK .... Cafeteria Manager MRS. CHARLES C. SNOW ...,. Social Studies B.S.C. Georgia State W. L. SPENCER ......... . Science B.S. University of Georgia JEANE SPRINGER .......... English' A.B. Emory University MRS. HARRY B. STRICKLAND . . . Homemaking B.S. University of Tennessee GEORGE S. SULLIVAN, JR. Mathematics, Sociaf Science A,B. College of William and Mary BETTY ANN TORBERT .... . English A.B. Shorter College THEO C. VOCALIS ....... Mathematics B.S. University of Georgia ROBERT B. WAGGONER ....... Music B.S., M.M.Ed. University of Georgia MRS. W. SESSEL WATERS ..... Social Studies A.B. University of Georgia MARION D. YARBROUGH ...... Military Sergeant, United States Army Nxblvck? Miss Por I HeodInl WGSI1 pe Ulel lin Ss n fo bend never meer one of ,em Unfess You hop- NOT PICTURED JIM LUCK ...... Mathematics B.S. Georgia Tech WALTER MAYFIELD, JR. . . Science B.S. Auburn MRS. RUTH PECK SMITH . Librarian A.B. Agnes Scott B.L.S. Emory University Li'Fe's 'foundafion is laid during high school. Fun, fellowship, guidance, friendship, knowledge-+hese ingredienfs Norfhside High School has con+ribu+ed 'ro +he foundarion and +o +he building of fhe Class of l959. Wifh diligeni' labor, persever- ance, confidence in ourselves and our God, and efernal re- i+era+ion of 'rhe ideals, principles, and experiences in leader- ship and academics which we received al' Nor'I'hside, we will build +he walls of life and begin +he roof, +he ul+ima'I'e posifion of our exisfence. Cons+an+ly s+riving 'ro reach and +o perfeci' our goals, we will add +o our life and +o i+s roof. The roof shall never be comple+ed, for learning never ceases and new goals are confinually originafed. Norfhside has given us +he 'founda+iong we mus'I', io +he besf of our abilify, complefe +he consfruclion. 3'8- Bruce Donnelly, Peggy Steiner, Molly Baker, Mort Howard. OFFICERS President . . Vice President . . Secretary . . Treasurer . . . Classmates: During our years at Northside we have Worked to- gether and played together, enjoying a fine comrade- time has come Way leading to to take up our of us has a re- ship and friendship. Now, at last, the when each of us must choose his own a broader Held of life. As we go forth various positions in the struggle, each sponsibility in shaping the forthcoming condition of the world and in doing all in our power toward estab- lishing an international peace. By so doing, each may become a better citizen, not only of his own country, but of the whole world. May the spirit of splendid co- operation of the class of 1959 thus continue, and our class become a credit to our school, our country, and the one big family of nations. BRUCE DONNELLY . . . . BRUCE DONNELLY MATT HOWARD PEGGY STEINER MOLLY BAKER JOHN LEE ADAMS-Sigma5 Band 2, 35 ROTC 45 Teacher's Aide 5 . . . JOEL NICHOLAS ADDI- SON, IR--Delta5 Red Cross Representative 15 Latin Club 2, 35 Biology Club 35 Physics and Chemistry Club 4, 55 Homeroom Treasurer 3, 55 Golf Team 4, 55 Counselor's Aide 4, 55 ROTC 3, 4, S5 ROTC OHicer's Club Treasurer 55 Junior Civitan 4, 5 . . . VICTOR WAYNE ADERHoLD-Thet,, B-Te,m Football 2, 35 ROTC 3, 45 Counselor's Aide 5 . . . RICHARD EVE ALLEN-Epsilon5 Track 15 Foot- ball 23 Basketball 55 Red Cross Representative 25 Homeroom Treasurer 25 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Latin Club 25 Letter Club 4, 55 Tennis 3, 4, 55 City Sin- gles Runner-Up 45 3rd in State Tournament 4 . . . FRANCES DIANNE ANGLIN-Omega? Gil-15' Chorus 2, 3, 45 FTA 55 Commercial Club 55 Library from Edgewood High School, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- vania, September, 1958 . . . John Lee Adams Joel Nicholas Addison, Jr. Vidar Wayne Aderhold Richard Eve Allen Frances Dianne Anglin John Richard Arick Cl i '59 ' l T ' h l' h' f Sandra Carmen Atkinson Joan Michele Avent Beniamin Carlton Bailey, Jr. Melissa Louise Baird Molly Bonner Baker Roger E. Barfield SANDRA CARMEN ATKINSON1-Entered ffgm North Fulton High School, Atlanta, Georgia, Sep- tember, 19565 Sigmag Annual Representative 35 Tiger Tales Representative 45 Spanish Club 3, Secretary 45 Letter Club 45 Girls' Chorus 45 Bank Teller 35 Teach- er's Aide 35 Tennis Team 3, 4, 55 Girls' Region 3AAA Championship 3, 45 Girls' State Championship and Runner-Up 3, 4 , , , JOAN MICHELE AVENT.. Epsilon5 Viking 55 Majorette 35 French Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 55 Physics and Chemistry Club 55 Y-Teens 1, 25 FHA 3, 55 Red Cross Representative 2, 35 Li- brary Aide 3, 45 Excellent Solo Twirling Rating in Georgia State Music Festival 3 . . . BENJAMIN CARLTON BAILEY, JR--Gamma5 Mineral Club 15 Library Aide 2, 35 Cross Country 4, 55 Track 3, 4, 55 Letter Club 4, 55 Physics and Chemistry Club 55 ROTC 3, 4 , , , MELISSA LOUISE BAIRD- Omega5 Cafeteria Aide 25 Library Aide 55 FTA 55 Commercial Club 4, 5 . . . MOLLY BONNER BAKER-Entered from Christ the King, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 19555 Student Council 3, 4, 55 Interclub Council Secretary 4, Co-President 55 Letter Club Secretary 45 Junior Civitan 3, Secretary 4, Vice President 55 Vice President of junior Class 45 Treas- urer of Senior Class 55 Bank Director 4, 55 Home- room President 55 Cheerleader 4, 55 Military Sponsorg Road-e-o 3, 45 Representative Senior 55 Girl Best Citizen 5 . . . ROGER E- BARFIELD-Theta5 ROTC 3, 45 Cafeteria Aide 55 Annual Representative 2 . . . ROBERT RANDALL BARRON-Alpha: ROTC 3, 4, 5 . . . SARA JEANETTE BARRON-Thegag National Honor Society 4, Chaplain 55 Tiger Tales 4, Advertising Manager 55 Y-Teens 3, Treasurer 4, Vice President 55 Latin Club 2, 3, 4, 55 Teacher's Aide 35 Homeroom Secretary 25 FNA 55 FHA 35 Bank Teller 1, 2, 45 Jay-Cee Teenage Rodeo 35 junior-Senior Dance Committee 45 Tiger Tales Representative 5 . . .WIL- LIAM FLETCHER BARTEE, IR.-Alphgg Track 2, 3, 4, 55 Letter Clubg Interfaith Fellowship Council 55 Homeroom President 2, 45 ROTC 3, 4, 5 . . . GLADYS SMITH BELL-Sigmag National Honor Society Secretary 4, 55 Student Council 4, 55 Home- room President 55 Junior Civitan 4, 55 Tiger Tales 4, 55 Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, 5, Vice President 25 Pep Club 3, 4, S5 Spanish Club 55 Latin Club 3, Representative Senior 5 , , , GENE WESLEY BESSIERE-Theta, Teach- er's Aide 1, 2, 35 Cafeteria Aide 2, 35 ROTC 3, 45 Basketball lg Baseball 3, 4 . . . RICHARD JOSEPH BINGHAM-Entered from Chamblee High School, Doraville, Georgia, September, 19565 Gammag Band 3, 4, Drum Major 55 Swimming Team 45 Track 3, 45 Red Cross Representative 45 Tiger Tales Representative 45 Biology Club 35 Art Club 4 . . . Robert Randall Barron Sara Jeanette Barron William Fletcher Bartee, Jr. Gladys Smith Bell Gene Wesley Bessiere Richard Joseph Bingham o o o As su blreshmen, we Initiated quarterly exams Glenda Joyce Black James Robert Black Jere Leetord Blackwelder Harry Blumenthal Beverly Gaye Boardman Robert Middleton Booth, Jr. GLENDA JOYCE BLACK-Ggmmgg Commercial Club 55 Counselor's Aide 55 FHA 55 Military Sponsor Teller 15 Photography Club 15 Band 1, 25 Biology Club 35 Track 2, 35 Cross Country 3, 45 Red Cross Representative 35 Homeroom President 55 Physics and Chemistry Club Vice President 55 Junior Civitan 55 Interfaith Fellowship Vice President 55 Repre- sentative Senior 5 . . . JERE LEEFORD BLACK- WELDER-Alplia5 National Honor Society 4, Treas- urer 55 junior Civitan 4, President 55 Tiger Tales Photographer S5 Physics and Chemistry Club 4, 55 Photography Club 55 Rifle Team 45 French Club 5: Interclub Council 55 Homeroom Treasurer 45 Annual Representative 4, 55 Astronomy Club 1, 2 . . . HAR- RY BLUMENTHAL-Alphag Homeroom President 1, Vice President 55 Football Manager 2, 35 Tiger Tales 4, Business Manager 55 Red Cross Representative 35 French Club 3, 45 junior Civitan 4, 55 Treasurer Atlanta Scholastic Press Association 55 ROTC 35 Georgia Press Association 5 . . . BEVERLY GAYE BOARDMAN-Delta5 Cheerleader 1, 2, 4, 55 Gym Team 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 FHA 55 Home- room Treasurer 4, 55 Red Cross Representative 25 Sponsor of Varsity Team 35 Swimming Team 25 FTA 55 Teacher's Aide 4, 55 PASFAV 2, 35 Letter Club 4, 5 , , , ROBERT MIDDLETON BOOTH, JR---Entered from Mount Lebanon High School, Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania, September, 19585 Cafe- teria Aide 55 Track 55 Finalist in National Merit Scholarship 5 . . . PATRICIA LILLIAN BOSANKO-Entered from Daycroft School, Stanford, Connecticut, April, 19585 Mixed Chorus 55 French Club 5 . . . ROBERT AARON BOSTICK-Epsilong Basketball 15 Red Cross Representative 15 Bank Teller 25 ROTC 3, 45 French Club 3, 4, 55 Key Club 4, 55 National Honor Society 4, 55 Physics and Chemistry Club 55 Teacher's Aide 5 . . . MARY LAMAR BOWDEN-Entered from The Westminster Schools, Atlanta, Georgia, September 19555 Alpha5 Y-Teens 4, 55 French Club 4, 55 Latin Club 55 Clinic Aide 45 Viking 55 Annual Representative 3 . . . BONNIE I-EE BOWIE- Epsilon5 FHA 2, 55 Drama Club 3, President 45 French Club 3, 4, 55 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Project Com- mittee 55 Viking 55 Homeroom Secretary 1, 25 Clinic Aide 55 Bank Teller 4,55 Northside Repre- sentative for Davison,s Teen Board 55 Military Spon- sor 45 junior Achievement 35 National Honor So- ciety 5 , , 5 MERLE RUDOLPH BRADBERRY -Entered from Athens High School, Athens, Georgia, October, 19575 Kappag Y-Teens 55 Pep Club 55 Span- ish Club 5 , , , LYNNE ELLEN BRAUER.-Alpha, National Honor Society 4, 55 Viking 55 Girls' Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 3, 4, 55 Y-Teens 4, 55 FHA 4, 55 Red Cross Representative 4, President 55 Photography Club Secretary 35 Spanish Club 3, 4, 55 Astronomy Club 25 Spanish Award 4 . . . Patricia Lillian Bosanko Robert Aaron Bastick Mary Lamar Bowden Bonnie Lee Bowie Merle Rudolph Bradberry Lynne Ellen Brauer . 0 o o o As seniors, we were Initiated mio semester exams Edward James Brennan Frank Rufier Briggs Michael Webster Broadbear George Clyde Brooks, Jr. Madeline Bonita Brooks Walter Scott Brooks, Jr. EDWARD JAMES BRENNAN-Entered from Marist College, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 19565 Alpha President 55 Homeroom Treasurer 35 Key Club 3, 4, 55 Hi-Y 4, Vice President 55 ROTC 35 Football 4, 55 Track 4, 55 All-City Football 55 Representative Senior 5 . , , FRANK RUFFER BRIGGS-Delta: Student Council 3, 55 Treasurer of Student Body 35 Interclub Council 3, 55 Key Club 3, Secretary 4, President 55 Hi-Y 4, Treasurer 55 French Treasurer 55 Track 2, 3, 4, 55 Letter Club 4, 55 Homeroom President 4, 55 Bank Director 4, 55 Interfaith Fel- lowship Council 45 Representative Senior 5 . . . Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 All-City 5, All-State 5, All- American Honorable Mention 5, All-Greater Atlanta 55 Hi-Y 4, 55 ROTC 3, 4, 55 Track 25 Golf 3, 4, 55 Bank Teller 25 Homeroom Vice President 4, 55 Fellowship Council 2 . . . GEORGE CLYDE BROOKS, IR--Epsilong Football 1, 35 Track 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 25 Student Council 55 Junior Civitan 4, Treasurer 55 ROTC 45 Physics and Chemistry Club 55 Homeroom President 1, Vice President 55 Letter Club 4, 5 . . . MADELINE BONITA BROOKS-Kappag Latin Club 25 Biology Club 35 Y-Teens 3, 45 FHA 55 Military Sponsor 55 Teacherls Aide 4 . . . WALTER SCOTT BROOKS, IR.- Omega5 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, 55 PASFAV 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Photography Club 35 Physics and Chemis- try Club 55 ROTC 3, 45 Red Cross Representative 55 Viking 55 Biology Club 3 . . . CATHERINE CAMERON BROWN - Kappa President S4 Viking 5, Most Versatile Senior S, Stu- dent Council 4, S, National Honor Society Parlia- mentarian 4, 5, Vice President 53 Interclub Council 55 Junior Civitan 5, Biology Club Secretary-Treas- urer 3, Vice President 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Co- Captain 5, Latin Achievement Award 3, Physics and Chemistry Club Secretary-Treasurer 33 Representa- tive Senior 5 . . . EDNA DOVE BR0WN-En- tered from Langford junior High School, Augusta, Georgia, September, 1955, Gamma, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 55 PASFAV, Homeroom Bank Teller 4, S3 Teacheris Aide, General Science Club, FHA . . . ELIZABETH GRISHAM BROWN-Sigma, FNA 55 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, ig Military Sponsor 4, French Club 3, 43 Cheerleader 2, 3g Red Cross Representative . . . SARA PATRICIA BROWVN-Kappgg Homeroom Secretary lg Girls' Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 45 Annual Representative S, Teacher's Aide 5, Bank Teller 4 . . . MARGARET ANN BRUCE-Entered from Birmingham High School, Birmingham, Michigan, September, 19575 Delta, FNA 5, Art Club 55 Teacher's Aide 5, FHA S . . . DAVID T- BUTTS, IH-Gamma, Latin Club 4, Rifle Team 3,4gROTC4... Catherine Cameron Brown Edna Dove Brown Elizabeth Grisham Brown Sara Patricia Brown Margaret Ann Bruce David T. Butts lll 0 o g , Peggy Steiner IS secretary of City Student Council Joan Anita Byers Daniel Madison Byrd Ill Sandra Lee Byrd Andrew Jackson Carroll lll Rufus Hutchinson Carswell Louis Abboutt Carter, Jr. 114 JOAN ANITA BYERS-Omega, Y-Teens lg FHA 23 Officg Aidg 5 , , , DANIEL BIADISON BYRD, In-Entered from Plant High School, Tampa, Flori- da, November, l956g Kappa, Football 1, 2, 4, 55 Track I, 35 Viking S, Physics and Chemistry Club 5, Teacher's Aide 5, ROTC 3, 4, Letter Club 4, 5 , . . SANDRA LEE BYRD--Delta, National Honor So- ciety 4, S, Student Council 1, 2g FHA 4, FTA 4, S3 Physics and Chemistry Club 4, Spanish Club S3 Photography Club lg Teacher's Aide S, Majorette Co- Captain 3, 4, ig Georgia Music Festival Excellent 3, 4 , , , ANDREW JACKSON CARROLL, III- Epsilong ROTC 3, 4, 5, ROTC Officers' Club 4, S, Letter Club S9 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Repre- sentative lg Military Council S, Superior junior ROTC Cadet 4 , , , RUFUS HUTCHINSON CARSWVELL-Entered from Westminster Schools, Atlanta, Georgia, November, 1956, Gamma, Band 35 ROTC 4 Color Guard 5...LOUIS ABBOUTT CARTER, JR--Entered from Georgia Military Academy, College Park, Georgia, September, 19563 Gamma: Track 4g ROTC 3, 4 . . . WILBUR GRANT CARTER, JR..-Thetag Key Club 4, 5, Hi-Y 4, S, Tennis Team 3, 4, 5, Georgia State Doubles Champion 3, Georgia State Singles Champion 4, Homeroom Treasurer 1, President 2, Vice President 3, Treasurer 4, Football 1, 2, Basket- ball 1 , , . IVIARGARET HELEN CASSIMUS.. Entered from Avondale High School, Avondale Es- tates, Georgia, September, 1956, Sigma, National Honor Society 4, 5, Viking S, Latin Club 4, Presi- dent 5, FHA 5, Physics and Chemistry Club 5, Jun- ior Achievement Secretary 3, 4, Library Assistant 4, 55 Y-Teens 4, 5 , , , WILLIAM CRANE CASTLE- BERRY-Sigma President S, Homeroom President 2, Treasurer 1, 3, 4, Secretary S, Football 1, 2, Stu- dent Coach 3, 4, 5, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Key Club 3, 4, Chaplain 5, Hi-Y 4, 5, Interfaith Fellowship Council 4, S, Letter Club 4, S . . . CHARLENE CENTER-Epsilon, French Club 3, 4, 5, Office Aide 4, Bank Teller 4, S, Counselor's Aide S, FHA S, Annual Representative S . . . CAROL LOUISE CLEVELAND - Entered from The Westminister Schools, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 1955, Sigma, Pep Club 4, S, General Science Club 2, Biology Club 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, FHA 3, 4, 5, Y-Teens 5, Teaqhel-35 Aide 5 , . , BEVERLY FAYE COCHRAN -Omega, Girls' Basketball 1, Biology Club 3, Girls' Chorus 3, Pep Club 4, Commercial Club 4, President 5, Mixed Chorus 4, 5, Clinic Aide 4, Teacher's Aide 5, Y-Teens 5, FHA S . . . Wilbur GranfCar1er, Jr. Margaret Helen Cassimus William Crane Casileberry Charlene Center Carol Louise Cleveland Beverly Faye Cochran cl ' l i ol F' T V l t' Wahwiece Coe Charlotte Coker Wayne Forrest Collins Kathleen Cook John Nicholas Cooper Raymond Sitler Coskery, Jr. WVAHWIECE COE-Theta, Y-Teens 3, 4, Treas- urer 23 Homeroom Treasurer 1, Vice President 2, 3, President 4, Junior Civitan 2, 3, 4, 5, Spanish Club 2, Bank Teller 2, Red Cross Representative 3, PAS- FAV 2, Biology Club 3, FHA S, Teacher's Aide 1, 2, 3, 4, s . . . CHARLOTTE COKER-Entered from O'Keefe High School, Atlanta, Georgia, Sep- tember, 1955, Alpha, FHA 1, 4, S, Biology Club 3, Photography Club 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Commercial Club S, Girls' Chorus 3, Mixed Chorus 4, 5, All- State Chorus S, Teacher's Aide S . . . WAYNE FORREST COLLINS--Entered from Pershing Jun- ior High School, Houston, Texas, February, 1956, Sigma, First State Winner of Fisher Body Automobile Designing Contest S, junior Civitan 4, 5, Interfaith Fellowship Council S, Homeroom Vice President S, Physics and Chemistry Club S, Debating Club 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Top Teen 5, Teacher's Aide S, ln- terclub Council S, Sigma President 5 . . . KATH' LEEN COOK-Entered from Southwest DeKalb High School, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 1956, Theta, Commercial Club S5 Teacher's Aide S, FHA S, Girls' Chorus 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 4, S . . . IOHN NICHOLAS COOPER-Kappa, Key Club 3, 4, 5, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, S, All State Orchestra 1, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Homeroom Treasurer 1, S . . . RAY' MOND SITLER COSKERY, IR.-Entered ffgm Marple-Newtown High School, Newtown Square, Penn- sylvania, November, 1958, Basketball Captain S, Base- ball 5 . . . SPM Carol Linda Cowan Steven Lawrence Craig David L. Crane Ethel Anne Davis Robert Means Davis, Jr. Marcia Wyly Dew JOHN MILLER DEWITT-Alpha: French Club 35 Mixed Chorus 2, S5 ROTC 3, 45 Physics and Chemistry Club S . . . NANCY LEE DIDSCHU' NEIT-Omega , , , KAREN LEE DIXON-En- tered from Sylvan High School, Atlanta, Georgia, November, 19565 Gamma5 Y-Teens 3, 4, S5 FHA 4, S5 Military Sponsor 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Biology Club 35 Tiger Tales Representative 55 Art Club S5 Pep Club S5 Teacl'1er's Aide 4, 5 . . . CLARA DODD -Deltag Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 Assistant Bank Teller 25 Biology 35 PASFAV 35 Spanish Club 45 FHA 55 Art Club 55 Library Assistant 5 . . . DONNA JEANNE DONALDSON-Alphag Y-Teens 2, 35 FHA 4, Treasurer S5 FTA S5 Spanish Club S5 junior Achieve- ment Treasurer 3, Secretary 4, 55 Annual Represen- tative 45 Teacher's Aide 4, 5 . . Q ROBERT BRUCE DONNEI-LYhTheta5 Class President 4, 55 Interfaith Fellowship President S5 Homeroom President S5 Secre- tary of ROTC Ofhcers' Club S5 Physics and Chemistry Club 55 Student Council 4, S5 Interclub Council S5 Tiger Tales Art Editor 4, S5 Key Club 4, Board of Directors S5 Hi-Y 4, 55 Bank Director 4, S5 Repre- sentative Senior 5 . . . CAROL LINDA COWAN-Kappa5 PASFAV 15 Annual Representative 2, 35 Girls' Chorus 3, 45 Span- ish Club 45 FTA S5 FHA 55 Commercial Club 55 Y-Teens S5 Teacher's Aide 4, 55 Military Sponsor 5 , , , STEVEN LAWRENCE CRAIG-Omggag Library Aide 3, S5 ROTC 3, 4 . . . DAVID L' CRANE-Alphag Rifle Team 3, 4, Captain S5 ROTC 3, 4, 5 . , . ETHEL ANNE DAVIS-Sigma5 Tiger Tales 4, News Editor S5 Pep Club 3, 4, S5 FHA 3, 4, 55 French Club 3, 4, S5 Drama Club Treasurer 45 Physics and Chemistry Club 45 Biology Club 35 Gym Team 45 Counselor's Aide S5 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 , , , ROBERT MEANS DAVIS, JR.-Omega: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, S5 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, 55 All-State Chorus 3, 4, S5 Letter Club 4, S5 ROTC 3 . . . MARCIA WYLY DEW- Thetag Pep Club 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, 55 Girls' Chorus 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, Treasurer 2, 3, President 4, Worship Chairman S5 Annual Representative 45 Sched- ule Aide 4, 55 Biology Club 35 Junior Red Cross Representative S5 Junior Achievement 35 PTA Rep- resentative 1 . . . Senior Class wins party in first John Miller Dewitt Nancy Lee Didschuneif Karen Lee Dixon Clara Dodd Donna Jeanne Donaldson Robert Bruce Donnelly DANNA PATRICIA DREWRY--Alpha5 Home- room Vice President 3, Secretary 55 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, S, Treasurer 15 B-Team Cheerleader 2, Captain 35 Pep Club 4, President 55 Annual Representative 15 Bank Teller 1, 25 Spanish Club 45 Drama Club 3, 45 Girls' Chorus 2, 35 junior Civitan 55 Mixed Chorus 4, S , . . POLLY ORR DUDLEY-Entered from Dixied Heights High School, Covington, Kentucky, September, 19585 FTA 55 Y-Teens 55 Spanish Club 55 Red Cross Representative 55 Biology Club S5 Teach- er'5 Aide 5 l , , CHARLES FADIOUS EARP-En- tered from Orangeburg High School, Orangeburg, South Carolina, September, 19585 Art Club S . . . JR. 1- Kgppag PASFAV 35 Junior Achievement 33 Track 35 ROTC 3, 45 Junior Civitan S5 Hi-Y 55 Homeroom Vice President 5 , , , DOROTHY FRANCES ED- WARDS-Gammag Cafeteria Aide 4, S5 Commercial Club 4, 5, FHA 5 . , . JAMES ALLEN EHLERS -Sigma, Key Clubg Homeroom President 45 Rifle Team 3, 4 . . . Danna Pqfrieiq Drewry Polly Orr Dudley Charles Fadious Earp James Sfruihers Edgar, Jr. Dorothy Frances Edwards James Allan Ehlers ll ' ' U School Decoration for Christmas Season contest Lester Edward Eison, Jr. Allen Charles Ekmark James Harbin Ellenburg Arnold William Eves Ann B. Ewing Thomas Allen Farr LESTER EDWVARD EISON, IR.-Deltag Football 1, 25 Basketball 25 Bank Teller 1, 2, 35 ROTC 3, 4, Sg Teacher's Aide 1, 2, 3, S5 Cafeteria Aide 3, 45 Red Cross Representative 35 ROTC Oihcerls Club S . . . ALLEN CHARLES EKMARK - Entered from Christian Brothers College, Memphis, Tennessee, Oc- tober, 1957 , , , JAMES HARBIN ELLENBURG -Omega, Track 35 Teacher's Aide 2, 35 ROTC 3, 4, S5 ROTC Officeris Club S5 Cafeteria Aide 4 . . . 2, 35 Gym Team 1, 2, 4, 55 Track 45 ROTC 35 Cafe- teria Aide 5 . . . ANN B- EWING-Entered from Kingston High School, Kingston, New York, Sep'- tember 19575 Kappzig Y-Teens 4, S5 FTA President 4, S5 Pep Club 45 Teacher's Aide 5 . . . THOMAS ALLEN FARR - Alphag Football 15 Homeroom President 1, 3, Secretary 4, Treasurer 55 Junior Civi- tan 3, 4, 55 Hi-Y 4, S5 Spanish Club Vice President 35 Biology Club 35 Art Club 3 . . . ARTHUR BENJAMIN FERGUSON - Delta, Football 3, 4, 5, Co-Captain 5, Baseball 2, 3, 4, 5, Delta Club President 5, Vice President 4, Hi-Y 4, Secretary 5, jr. Civitan 4, Secretary 5, Hi-Y Basket- ball Captain 5, Representative Senior 5, All-State Baseball 2, 3, 4, All-Star Baseball 4, Class Oflicer 1, Homeroom President 1, 4, 5, Vice President 3 . . . JOHN DAVENPORT FICKLEN-Entered from Georgia Military Academy, College Park, Georgia, September, 1956, Delta, Cross Country 5, Track 5, Art Club 5, Schedule Aide 4, 5, ROTC 3, 4 . . . ROSS LEONARD FIELDS-Theta, ROTC 3, 4, 55 Physics and Chemistry Club 5, Biology Club 4, 5, Teacherts Aide 3, 4, 5, Officers Club 5 . . . MAR- GARET ANNE FOOTE-Kappa, National Honor Society 4, 5, Student Council 4, 5, Jr. Civitan 5, Viking S, French Club 3, 4, 5, Pep Club 2, 3, 5, Secretary 4, Homeroom Secretary 3, 5, Red Cross Representative 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Representative Senior 5 . . . JUDY B- FORD-Omega, National Honor Society 4, 5, Student Council S, FHA 3, 4, Secretary 5, Homeroom Secretary 3, Tiger Tales 4, Circulation and Exchange Manager 5, French Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Cheerleader 3, Red Cross Representative 2, 3, 4, Annual Representative 4, 5, Physics and Chemistry Club 5 . . . JUDITH LYNN FOX-Entered from Gridley Jr. High School, Erie, Pennsylvania, September, 1955, Alpha, Red Cross Representative 2, 3, Bank Teller 2, 3, Bank Worker 3, 4, 5, Bank Board of Directors 5, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 5, FHA 2, 3, 4, 5, Military Sponsor 3, 4, Majorette 3, 4, 5, Georgia Music Festival Superior Rating in Twirling 3, 4, 5 . . . 'Z'-'ff Arthur Benjamin Ferguson Margaret Anne Foote John Davenport Ficklen Ross Leonard Fields Judy B. Ford Judith Lynn Fox Catherine Brown is chosen lirst "Most Versatile Lawrence Joseph Freant Thomas Edward Fulghum, Jr. Donald Alan Fuller Peter Randall Furniss Lee Ann Garman John Stephen Garrett H 3 xx? 34 LAWRENCE JOSEPH FREANT-Entered from Christ the Kingf Atlanta, Georgia, September, 1955, Epsilon, Gym Team 5, Swimming Team 4, Track 3, 4, ROTC 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Physics and Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3, Letter Club 5, First Place Atlanta Science Congress 3, General Science Club 2 . . . THOMAS EDWARD FUL' GHUM, JR--Gamma, Rifle Team 3, 4, Key Club 4, 5, Track 2, 3, Debating Team 4, Physics and Chemistry Club 4, 5, Biology Club 5, French Club 2, 3, Red Cross Representative 1, 3, Teacher's Aide 5, Bank Teller, 5, National Honor Society President 5 , , , DONALD ALAN FULLER-Entered from Garden City High School, Garden City, Long Island, New York, March 1955, Alpha, ROTC 3, 4, Photog- raphy Club 5, Physics and Chemistry Club 5, Library Assiggam 5 , , , PETER RANDALL FURNISS- Entered from Henry Grady High School, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 1957, ROTC 4, OHicer's Club 5, Physics and Chemistry Club 5, Viking Representative 4 . . . LEE ANN GARMAN-Entered from New Castle High School, New Castle, Pennsylvania, Sep- tember, 1958, Gamma, Physics and Chemistry Club 5, Y-Teens 5, FHA 5, Library Aide 5, National Honor Society 5 . . . JOHN STEPHEN GAR- RET-Theta, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Basketball 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Hi-Y 5, ROTC 3 . . . ROBERT MICHAEL GARSTIN - Re-enge1-ed from Rome High School, Rome, Georgia, January, 1958, Sigma, Art Club 5 . . . ELIZABETHINE GAULTNEY - Entered from North Fulton High School, Atlanta, Georgia, January, 1957, Gamma, Mixed Chorus 3, Librarian S, Y-Teens 3, Secretary 4, 5, Latin Club 3, 4, Historian Co-Chairman 5, FTA S, FHA 5, Homeroom Treasurer 4, S, Tiger Tales Representative S . . . GERALD MONROE GIV- ENS--Gamma, ROTC 3, 4, OHicer's Club 5, Coun- selorg, Aide 5 , , , JAMES BLAKE GLADDEN- Epsilon, Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 3, Track 1, 2, ROTC 3, Red Cross Representative 3, Teacher's Aide 4, Bank Teller 3 . . . ELLEN MADDOX GLOVER-Entered from Shades Valley High School, Birmingham, Alabama, September, 1957, Gamma, Y- Teens 5, French Club S, Library Assistant 5, FTA 4, FNA 4 . . . MARY MCGOWAN GOLD- SMITH-Entered from Westminster Schools, Septem- ber, l95S, Sigma, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Assistant Bank Teller 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Biology Club 4, Library AideS,FHA 5,FNA5... Robert Michael Garslin Elizabefhine Gaulfney Gerald Monroe Givens James Blake Gladden Ellen Maddox Glover Mary McGowan Goldsmith S"" ll clb0l"lClb Arthur Perry Gordy Maureen Nalerline Graham Helen Grinsfead Grant Garvice Edwin Green Sandra LaVerne Grey Kathleen Griesemer ARTHUR PERRY GORDY-Entered from West- minster Schools, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 1956, Sigma, ROTC 3, 4, French Club 3, Football 4, Cross-Country 4, Track 3, 4, Mixed Chorus S, All- State Chorus S, Physics and Chemistry Club S, Gym Team 5, Letter Club 4 . . . MAUREEN NATER' LINE GRAHAM-Gamma, Gym Team 1, 2, 4, Co- Captain S, Softball 4, 5, Y-Teens 2, 3, FHA 3, 4, Physics and Chemistry Club 5, Bank Teller 3, Teach- S,-, Aide 5 , , , HELEN GRINSTEAD GRANT- Theta, Y-Teens 1, 2, 5, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Bank Teller Assistant 2, FHA S, Teacher's Aide S, Art Club 5, Football Homecoming Court 5 . . . GAR' VICE EDWIN GREEN-Omega, Track 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, sg Key Club 5 . . . SANDRA LAVERNE GREY-Kappa, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 5, Annual Representative 1, Bank Teller 3, 4, FHA 3, FNA 4, S, French Club 2, 4, Tiger Tales Represen- tative 4, Pep Club 3, Teacher,s Aide 5 . . . KATH- LEEN GRIESEMER-Omega, National Honor So- ciety 4, S, Tiger Tales 4, Editorial Editor 5, Y- Teens 1, 4, S, Chaplain 2, President 3, Red Cross Repre- sentative S, Girls' Basketball Manager 3, 4, Latin Club S, Biology Club 3, Letter Club 4, S . . . RONALD BERT GURIN-Entered from Roose- velt High School, Atlanta, Georgia, January, 19565 Sigma5 Band 3, 4, 55 Red Cross Representative 4 . . . ROBERTA LYNNE HADDOCK-Delta5 Tiger Tales 4, Features Editor 55 Pep Club 4, 55 FHA 3, 4, 55 French Club 2, 3, 4, 55 Drama Club 3, 4, Treas- urer 35 Physics and Chemistry Club 55 Counselor's Aide 55 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 55 Northside Representative Community Chest Student Speakers' Bureaug GAA 15 Tiger Tales Representative 45 State Finalist "I Speak for Democracy" Contest . , . RICHARD FRANK HAMPSON-Epsilong Gym Team 1, 2, 4, Captain 55 Football 3, Manager 15 Homeroom Secretary 35 Track 1, 25 Red Cross Representative 3 . . . MAR- JORIE ANN HARDY'-Thetag Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 55 Library Aide 35 FHA 3, 4, 55 Biology 35 Bank Aide 35 Mineral Club 25 Annual Representative 55 Drama Club 3, Secretary 25 PTA Representative 15 Homeroom Treasurer 2 . . .ANN STEWART HARRIS-Thetag Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 Spanish Club 55 Latin Club 2, 35 Pep Club 55 FHA 4, 55 Red Cross Representative 35 Girls' Chorus 2, 35 Annual Representative 45 Coun- selors' Aide 55 WABE Teen Board Representative 55 Homeroom Treasurer 55 National Honor Society Chaplain S . . . JOHN AUGUSTUS HART- RAMPF4Entered from Georgia Military Academy, College Park, Georgia, September, 19585 Sigma . . . Ronald Bert Gurin Roberta Lynne Haddock Richard Frank Hampson Mariorie Ann Hardy Ann Stewart Harris John Augustus Harirampf L T l cl H I G 'r ' Barbara Lee Hasell W. Scot? Haugh Patricia Ann Hawkins Kevin Tilbury Heeney James Peter Henson BY"dle Frances Hicks BARBARA LEE HASELL-Gammag Cheerleader 3, 4, Tiger 55 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 Spanish Club 35 Astronomy Club 25 General Science Club 25 Teach- er's Aide 55 FHA 55 FNA 55 Jr. Achievement 45 Homeroom Vice President 1, 4, Secretary 3 . . . W- SCOTT HAUGH-Entered from Parma Schaaf Jr. High School, Parma, Ohio, September, 19555 Al- pin, ROTC 3, 4 , , , PATRICIA ANN HAW- KTNS-Alpha5 Viking 55 Commercial Club 4, 55 Homeroom Treasurer 25 Counselors' Aide 5 Office Aide 45 Girls' Chorus 2, 35 Bank Teller 55 National Honor Society 5 , , , KEVIN TILBURY HEE- NEY-Enrered from Christ the King, Atlanta, Geor- gia, September, 19555 Thetag Key Club 55 Hi-Y 55 Theta Club President 55 Letter Club 45 Football 2, 35 Baseball 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Inter-Club Coun- cil 55 Latin Club 2, 35 Homeroom President 2, Treas- urer 3 . . . JAMES PETER HENSON-Entered from Georgia Military College, College Park, Georgia, November, 19575 ROTC 3, 4, 55 Officer's Club Presi- dent 55 Teacher's Aide 5 . . . BYRDIE FRANCES HICKS-Entered from Albany High School, Albany Georgia, September, 19555 Deltag Latin Club 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 55 Softball 2, 3, 4, 55 FHA 5 . . N 36 Hlcixs-Entered frgm Shades Valley High School, Birmingham, Alabama, Septem- ber, 19575 Theta, Viking S5 Drama Club 45 Pep Club S5 Latin Club 55 French Club 55 Physics and Chemistry Club S5 National Merit Finalist 55 Jr. Achievement Treasurer, Vice President 45 Best French Student First-Year 45 National Honor Society 5 . . . STEVEN JEFFREY HILL-Kappa5 Football 15 Art Club 2, 3, 4, S5 Biology Club 35 ROTC 35 Jr. Achievement 35 Track 4, Manager 45 Spanish Club, Sergeant-at-Arms S5 Red Cross Representative 1 . . . LINDA BROWVN HITCHINS H. Epgilong Tjggf Tales 55 Astronomy Club Secretary 25 Bank Teller 2, 55 Homeroom Secretary 1, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 55 French Club 3, 4, 55 PTA Representative 35 Jr. Achievement 3, 45 Biology Club 3 . . . ANDREW JACKSON HODCES , , , ELLEN VIRGINIA HODGSON - Gammag Viking 55 FHA 3, 4, S5 FTA S5 Y-Teens 3, 4, S5 French Club 4, S5 Home- room Secretary 45 Biology Club 35 Bank Teller 45 Annual Representative S5 Schedule Aide 4, 55 Na- tional Honor Society S . . . JOHN THORNING HOLLANDER -- Delta Club5 Viking, Circulation Manager 55 Interfaith Fellowship Council S5 Physics and Chemistry Club 4, President S5 Homeroom Treas- urer S5 Key Club 55 Debate Team 45 Biology Club 35 Mixed Chorus 35 Bank Teller S5 National Merit Finalist 5g Latin Club 25 National Honor Society Treasurer S . . . Sharon Anne Hicks Steven Jeffrey Hill Linda Brown Hifchins Andrew Jackson Hodges Ellen Virginia Hodgson John Thorning Hollander o 0 o 'lomecoming Court, Chashne Jones reigns as queen Robert Franklin Holman, Jr. Lila Katherine Holmes Clarence Richard Horne Linda Lea Hosea Matthew Thomas Howard Paulefie Diane Howe ROBERT FRANKLIN HOLMAN, JR.-Sig,-nag Basketball 1, 35 Red Cross Representative 25 French Club 3, S5 Viking 55 Biology Club 35 Bank Teller 15 ROTC 3 , , , LILA KATHERINE HOLMES- Entered from College Park High School, College Park, Georgia, November, 19575 Sigmag Latin Club 53 Library Aide 5 , , , CLARENCE RICHARD HORNE-Thetag Band 2, 3, 4, S5 Physics and Chemistry Club 55 Teacher's Aide 35 I-Iomeroom Treasurer 15 Red Cross Representative S . . . LINDA LEA HOSEA-Omega5 National Honor Society 4, 55 Library Aide 4, S5 Schedule Aide 4, S5 Commercial Club 4, sg FHA 5 . . . MATTHEW THOMAS HOWARD-Club Co-Ordinator 55 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 55 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 55 All-State and All-City Football5 Homeroom President 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 1, 25 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 Key Club Treasurer 4, Vice President S5 Hi-Y 4, 55 Rep- resentative Senior . . . PAULETTE DIANE HOWE -Kappa5 Y-Teens 1, 3, Secretary, Model 25 Home- room Vice President 25 Red Cross Representative 35 Military Sponsor 35 Basketball 15 Teacher's Aide 3, 5 . . . MARGARET MaCINTYRE HURST - Entered from Westminster Schools, Atlanta, Georgia, Sep- tember, 1955, Theta, Y-Teens 5, Pep Club 5, FHA S, FNA S, French Club 4, Bank Teller 2, 3, Bank Aide 3, Teacher's Aide 4, S, Homeroom Vice Presi- dent 2 , , , JAMES KINSEY JACKSON-Delta, Football 3, 4, S, Track 2, 3, 4, S, Letter Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Science Club S, French Club 5, Latin Club 2, 3 , . , GLORIA CAROLYN JAMES-Entered from Hall Senior High School, Little Rock, Arkan- sas, October, 1958, Kappa, Art Club 5, Teacher's Aide 5, Spanish Club 5 . . . DAVID KENDALL IAMISON-Entered from Nvestminster Schools, At- lanta, Georgia, February, 1956, Gamma, Swimming Team 3, 5, Mixed Chorus 3, Homeroom Vice Presi- dent 4, Best Drilled Cadet 3, Art Club 5, Teacher's Aide 5, Baseball 5, ROTC 3, 4 . . . LINDA DIANE JARRETT - Entered from North Fulton High School, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 1956, Gamma, Gym Team Z, 4, Co-Captain 5, Cafeteria Aide 3, Teacheris Aide 3, 4, S, Red Cross Representative 4, Commercial Club 5 . . . JANE MARY ELIZA- BETH JENSEN - Entered from Baldwin High School, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, November, 1957, Kappa, Art Club President 4, 5, French Club 5, FNA 5, Y-Teens S . . . Margaret Maclntyre Hurst James Kinsey Jackson Gloria Carolyn James David Kendall Jamison Linda Diane Jarrett Jane Mary Elizabeth Jensen J Th ' h t cl t t G James Bruce Jerles Adelaide Carr Jernigan Bonnie Bryant Jernigan George Knapp Johnson Mary Virginia Johnson Antoinette Jones JAMES BRUCE JERLES-Entered from Memorial Jr. High School, Orlando, Florida, September, 1956, Epsilon, Basketball 3, 4, 5, ROTC 3...-ADELAIDE CARR JERNIGAN - Epsilon, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Cheerleader 3, Swimming Team 4, S, General Science Club 2, Biology Club 3, Physics and Chemistry Club S, Homeroom Secretary S, Vik- ing 5 , , , BONNIE BRYANT IERNIGAN - Gamma, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, S, FHA 1, Pep Club 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Gym Team 5, Bank Teller 2, 3, French Club 5, Library Aide S . . . GEORGE KNAPP JOHNSON-Omega, Annual Representa- tive 2, ROTC 3, 4, Track 3, Golf Team 4, 5, Phy- sics and Chemistry Club S, Teacher's Aide 5 . . . MARY VIRGINIA JOHNSON - Entered from Dreher High School, Columbia, South Carolina, Oc- tober, 1958, Kappa, National Honor Society 5, Y- Teens 5, Red Cross Representative 5, Teacher's Aide 53 Pgp Club 5 , , , ANTOINETTE JONES-Kap- pa, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 5, FHA S, Softball 4, Drama Club 4, French Club 3, 4, 5, Biology Club 4, As- tronomy Club 2, Pep Club 4, Counselors, Aide 4, 5 . . . CHASTINE WOODVVARD JONES-Sigmag Jr, Civitan 3, 4, S, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 5, Latin Club 2, French Club 5, FNA S, Y-Teens 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 3, S, Girls' Chorus 2, Homecoming Queen S . . . KENNETH BRUCE JONES-Entered from Pine Crest High School, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Septem- ber, 1958, Sigma, Key Club 5, Swimming Team 5 . . . MARY ELIZABETH JONES..-Kappag Bank Teller 1, Y-Teens 2, Chaplain 3, 4, French Club S, Pep Club 2, Treasurer 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Red Cross Representative 4, Homeroom President 2, Girls' Cho- rus 2, 3, Teacher's Aide 4, S, jr. Civitan S . . . ANNE JONES-Entered from West- minster Schools, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 1956, Theta, Cheerleader 3, Gym Team 4, Biology Club 4, Y-Teens S, Teacher's Aide S . . . WILLIAM I'I- JONKE--Entered from W'illoughby High School, Willoughby, Ohio, january, 1957, Epsilon, Latin Club 3, 4, 5, Band 3, 4, 5, Physics and Chemistry Club 4, Red Cross Representative 4 . . . JILL FRANCES JUDKINS--Delta, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Homeroom Treasurer 2, Red Cross Representative 2, 3, Latin Club 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, 5, Drama Club 4, Gym Team 4, Physics and Chemistry Club 4, Library Aide 5, FHA S, Davison's Teen Board S . . . Chastine Woodward Jones Kenneth Bruce Jones Mary Elizabeth Jones Patricia Anne Jones William H. Jonke Jill Frances Judkins u 5 , Mike Wlnckler IS exchange student from Germany Joe Katz, Jr. Joanne Kennedy Phillip LeRoy Kile Charlotte Mae King Robert Eugene Kirkland Raymond Cochrane Knox JOE KATZ, JR- - Entered from Westminster Schools, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 1956, Theta, ROTC 3, 4 . . . IOANNE KENNEDY-Epsilon, National Honor Society Vice President 4, S, Tiger Tales 4, Associate Editor 5, Student Council 4, S, jr. Civitan 4, Chaplain 5, Blank Director 4, S, Home- room Vice President 4, ,Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, President 2, French Club 3, S, President 4, Interfaith Fellowship Council Secretary S, Second Vice President Georgia Scholastic Press Association, Bank Teller 3, Represen- tative Senior 5 , , , PHILLIP LEROY KILE .- Kappa, Track 4, S, Teacher's Aide 5, Cafeteria. Aide 2, 3, 4, ROTC 3, 4, Gym Aide 2, 3, 4 . . . CHAR- LOTTE MAE KING--Epsilon, Basketball 1, Soft- ball 2, 3, Red Cross Representative 2, Cafeteria Aide 2, 3, 4, Bank Teller 4, Commercial Club S, FHA 5 , , , ROBERT EUGENE KIRKLAND-Omega: Football 1, 2, '3, 4, S, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, S, Repre- sentative Senior S, Homeroom President 2, 3, 4, Vice President S, Hi-Y 4, 5, Omega Club President 5, Jr. Civitan 4, 5, Letter Club 4, S, Cafeteria Aide 2, 3, 4, 5 , , , RAYMOND COCHRANE KNOX -- Entered from Dreher High School, Columbia, South Carolina, September, 1957, Gamma, ROTC 4, Ten- nis Team 4 . . , MARY ANN LATZ-Entered from Christ the King, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 1955, Theta, Y-Teens 2, 3, 5, Vice President 4, Biology Club 3, Latin Club 2, 3, FHA 5, Cheerleader 3, Pep Club 4, 5, Repre- sentative Senior 5, Homeroom Vice President 4, Treasurer 5, Tiger Tales 4, Society Editor 5, Drama Club 3, Vice President 4, Student Council 5, Na- tional Honor Society 4, 5 . . . JANET KAY LAY' TON-Entered from Rich Township High School, Park Forest, Illinois, September, 1957, Alpha, Y- Teens 4, 5, Tiger Tales Representative 5, Office Aide 5, Teaclier's Aide 4, FNA 5, French Club 4 . . . HENRY ROBY LESESNE W Student Body Co- President 5, Omega Club President 4, Key Club 3, 4, 5, Hi-Y 4, 5, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Inter-Club Council 2, 4, 5, Treasurer 3, Stu- dent Council 3, 4, 5, Havard Student Award 4, Inter- faith Fellowship Council 4, 5, Homeroom President 1, 2, 3, Representative Senior 5 . . . JAMES MC' CALL LIBBY, JR--Kappa, Class Secretary 1, Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 4, 5, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Cafeteria Aide 5, Homeroom Vice President 4, President 3, 5, Representative Senior 5, Key Club 3, 4, 5, Hi-Y 4, President 5, Spanish Club 2, 3, Inter-Club Council 2, 5, Letter Club 4, 5 . . . JANE STREATOR LICHTCAP - Entered from Mount Vernon High School, Alexandria, Virginia, September, 1956, Omega, Viking 5, Latin Club 3, 4, 5, Y-Teens 3, 4, 5, FHA 3, 4, National Merit Scholarship Competition Finalist 5, Spanish Club 5, Physics and Chemistry Club 4, 5, Pep Club 3, Biology Club 3, 4, Drama Club 3 . . . STEPHEN S' LOKEY-Kappa, Football 1, Tennis 3, 4, 5, Biology Club 3, Physics and Chemistry Club 5, Homeroom Othcer 2, 3, Latin Club 2 . . . Mary Ann Lu-11 Janet Kay Layton Henry Roby Lesesne James McCall Libby, Jr. Jane Streator Lightcap Stephen S. Lokey 0 o 0 o o o Prizes in hrst school spirit contest are dates with Maxine Long Calvin Lamar Lummus Diane Arline Lumpkin Mark Hasfard Lusink Jenny Leasel Lynn William Thomas MacCary, Jr. MAXINE LONG--Entered from Bass High School, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 1955, Theta, Teachcr's Aide 5, Cafeteria Aide 3 . . .CALVIN LAMAR LUMMUS-Gamma, Homeroom Treasurer 1, Base- ball 2, 3, 4, 5, ROTC 3, 4, Officers' Club Vice Presi- dent 5, Cafeteria Aide 3, Teachcr's Aide 1, 2, 3 . . . DIANE ARLINE LUNIPKIN-Entered from CO- lumbus High School, Columbus, Georgia, September, 1956, Sigma, Viking 5, Spanish Club 3, 4, President 5, PASFAV 3, FHA 4, 5, Physics and Chemistry Club 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Treasurer 5, Teacher's Aide 5, National Honor Society Parliamentarian 5 . . . MARK HOSFORD LUSINK-Sigma, Gym Team 5, Track 5, Physics and Chemistry Club 5, Art Club 5, Teacher's Aide 5, ROTC 3, 4 . . . JENNY LEASEL LYNN-Re-entered from Westminster Schools, At- lanta, Georgia, September, 1957, Delta, Y-Teens 5, FHA 5, Spanish Club 5, Teacher's Aide 5, Biology Club 4 . . , WILLIAM THOMAS MacCARY, JR--Sigma, Football 1, Track 1, 2, Gym Team 2, Homeroom President 2, Key Club 3, 4, 5, French Club 3, 5, Secretary 4, Tiger Tales 4, Editor-in-Chief 5, Hi-Y 4, Chaplain 5, Student Council 5, National Merit Scholarship Finalist 5 . . . WILFRED LEON MCCRAVY-Ggmmag Fggrball 1, 25 Track 1, ROTC 3, 43 Cafeteria Aide 2, 35 Baseball 2, Basketball 1, Teacheris Aide 1, 2, 3 . . . ANNE ISABEL MCDONALD-Alpha, Y-Teens 1, FHA S, Cafeteria Aide 4 . . . BRADFORD MC' FADDEN, JR. -- Entered from McCallie School, Chattanooga, Tennessee, January, 19573 Theta, ROTC 4, S5 Swimming Team 45 Art Club 4, 5, Odicers' Club 45 Track 5 , , , WILLIAM CHANDLER MCGILVRAY - Entered from Bancroft Jr. High School, Los Angeles, California, January, 1955, Ome- ga, Track 2, 3, 4, S, Football 3, 4, Sg Letter Club 5 , , , PHILIP MCDUFFIE MADDOX--Epgilm-13 Homeroom President 1, 3, Vice President 2, Secretary 4, Hi-Y 4, 55 Inter-Club Council S, Epsilon Club President S, Football 3, Track 2, 3, Teacher,s Aide S , , I Girls, Chorus 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 4, S, FHA 4, Vice Presi- dent Sg Spanish Club 3, 4, S5 Commercial Club S5 All-State Chorus 4, S, Y-Teens S, FTA S, Biology Club 3, Bank Teller 4, Tiger Tales Representative 4, National Honor Society S . . . Wilfred Leon McCravy Anne Isabel McDonald Bradford McFadden, Jr. William Chandler McGilvray Philip McDuftie Maddox Barbara Jane Martin M'k B db G 'l h m ol H cl I e roa ear, al T ur cm, an Matt owar Martha Jane Martin James Harold Mason, Jr. Lindsay Ann Mason Catherine Harrington Matthews Claude R. May Martha Leila Medford MARTHA JANE MARTIN-Alpha, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Sq Astronomy Club 2g Spanish Club 3, French Club 53 FNA 4, Chaplain S, FHA S9 Red Cross Representative 55 Clinic Aide S3 Biology Club 3 . . . JAMES HAROLD MASON, IR.-Gammag Na- tional Honor Society 4, fi Key Club 4, S5 Viking 5, Football 3, French Club 2, 35 Biology Club 3, Phy- sics and Chemistry Club 4g Bank Teller lg ROTC 3, 45 Track 5 , , , LINDSAY ANN MASON-En- tered from Druid Hills High School, Atlanta, Geor- gia, January 1958, Y-Teens 4, 5 . . . CATHERINE HARRINGTON MATTIIEWS - Ggmmag Gym Team 1, 25 Bank Teller 1, S, Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 FHA ig Y-Teens 1, 53 PASFAV 25 Annual Repre- sentative 3g Teacher's Aide S, Schedule Aide 4 . . . CLAUDE R- MAY-Kappa, ROTC 3, 4 . . . MARTHA LEILA MEDFORD-Sigma: Viking fs Band 2, 3, 4, 55 Latin Club 3, Chaplain 4g Physics and Chemistry Club 4, S5 FHA S, Clinic Aide 4, Homeroom Vice Presiednt 4, Sg Secretary 3, Military Sponsor 5, Bank Teller 45 All State Band S . . . ARTHUR CURTIS MILES-Sigma, Physics and Chemistry Club 5, National Merit Scholarship Fi- nalist 5, Photography Club 4, President 3, Treasurer 5, Viking Business Manager 5, Spanish Club 3, 4, Bank Teller 1, 2, PASFAV 2, 3, Red Cross Repre- sentgtive 4 , , , BURT ROBERT MILLER - Gamma, ROTC 3, 4, Officers' Club 5, Basketball 2, Arg Club 3 , , , PATRICIA ANNE MILLER.. Entered from Ottawa Hills High School, Toledo, Ohio, September, 1958, Kappa, Y-Teens 5, FNA 5, Commercial Club 5 . . . GEORGE EI-LIOT MISS' BACH-Kappa, National Honor Society 4, 5, Key Club 4, 5, French Club 3, 4, Biology Club 3, Coun- selor's Aide 5, ROTC 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, French Certificate of Merit 4 . . . MARGARET EI-ROD MOBLEY-Delta, National Honor Society 4, 5, Student Council 5, Viking Co-Editor 5, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 5, Y-Teens 2, Teacher's Aide 3, 4, 5, Counselor's Aide 2, Homeroom Secretary 5, Bank Teller 2, Representative Senior 5, Junior Scho- lastic Press Association 5 . . . CAROLINE KIDD MORROW - Re-entered from Hampton High School, North Hampton, New Hampshire, January, 1958, Delta, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 5, Astronomy Club 2, Annual Representative 3, FHA 5, Biology Club 5, Library Aide 5, French Club 2, 3, Bank Teller 2, FNA 5 . . . Arthur Curtis Miles Burt Robert Miller Patricia Anne Miller George Elliot Missbach Margaret Elrocl Mobley Caroline Kidd Morrow ' 0 o Class of 59 presents best Junior-Senior Prom Thomas Nelson Mundori? Susannah Lucile Nabors Kathryn Louise Nesbitt Jerry Nathan Ney Susan Louise Nichols Patricia Carol Nixon THOMAS NELSON MUNDORFF - Re-enge1-ed from Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, New Hamp- shire, September, 1958, Basketball 1, 2, 3, French Club 3, 5 . . . SUSANNAH LUCILE NABORS-. Alpha, Spanish Club 1, French Club 2, 3, Biology Club 2, Bank Teller 2, Office Aide 5, FHA 5, FNA 5, Red Cross Representative I . . . KATHRYN LOUISE NESBITT-Entered from Westport High School, Kansas City, Missouri, March, 1957, Theta, Y-Teens 4, 5, FHA 5, FNA 5, Art Club 5, Cafeteria Aide 4, Junior Achievement 5 . . . JERRY NA- THAN NEY-Alpha, Annual Representative 1, Latin Club 2, Biology Club 3, Football 3, Track 4, 5, ROTC 3, 4, Officer's Club 5, Physics and Chem- istry Club 5, Letter Club 4, 5, Red Cross Repre- sentative 4, Bank Teller 2 . . . SUSAN LOUISE NICHOLS-Epsilon, Astronomy Club 2, Y-Teens 4, 5, FHA 4 . , , PATRICIA CAROL NIXON- Epsilon, FHA 4, 5, FTA 5, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Biology Club 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Red Cross Representative 1, 2, 4, Bank Teller 1, 3, 4, Astronomy Club 2, 3, Teacher's Aide 3, 4, 5 . . . KAREN SUE N01-AN-Omega, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Y-Teens S, Annual Representative 4, Red Cross Representative 3, Girls' Chorus 2, Homeroom President 2, Vice President 3, Secretarry 5, Counse- lor's Aide 5, Softball 2 . . . LINDA SUE OWENS -Alpha, Cafeteria Aide 2, Red Cross Representa- tive 3, Office Aide 4, 5, Teacher's Aide S, Tiger Tales Representative 5, Commercial Club 4, S . . . SAMMY WESLEY PARIS-Entered ffgm Sylvan High School, Atlanta, Georgia, November, 1955, Al- pha, ROTC 3, Teacher's Aide 4, S, Tennis Team 4, S, Letter Club 5, Red Cross Representative 3, Bank Teller 5 , , , PHYLLIS ELMONA PARRAMORE -Delta, Bank Teller 2, 3, 4, Junior Civitan 3, 4, 5, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Red Cross Representative 3, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Bank Director 4, 5, Counselor's Aide 5, Annual Representative 2, Latin Club 3, Spanish Club 5, Teacher's Aide 4 . . . VIRGINIA ANN PATTERSON - Entered from Lakeland Senior High, Lakeland, Florida, October, 1957, Gamma, Y- Teens 4, S, Physics and Chemistry Club S, Teacher's Aide 5, Softball Team 4, Gym Team 4, S . . . MARY ELEANOR PAULK - Deltag Home,-Dom Treasurer S, Bank Teller 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Of- fice Aide S, Red Cross Representative 3, French Club 3, Annual Representative 4 . . . Karen Sue Nolan Linda Sue Owens Sammy Wesley Paris Phyllis Elmona Parramore Virginia Ann Patterson Mary Eleanor Paulk o o Fourth year language classes are originated Madolin Jo Perling Allene Mayo Pournelle Tl'10mUS Pl'ifCl'1efT paul Eugene Purvig Janet Joann Rader Martha Anne Rankin French 3, 4, S, Teacher's Aide 4, S, Oiiice Aide 4 . . . AL- LENE MAYO POURNELLE-Gamma, PASFAV 1, 2, Annual Representative lg Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Biology Club 3, Physics and Chemistry Club 4, Span- ish Club 3, 4, FHA 5, Red Cross Representative 5, Counselor's Aide S, National Honor Society 5 . . . THOMAS PRICHETT-Entered from Birmingham High School, Birmingham, Michigan, September, 19573 Theta . , . PAUL EUGENE PURVIS- Omega, Track 1, 2, 3, Mineral Club I, Cafeteria Aide S, Teacher's Aide 3, Band 1, 2, 3, General Science Club 2, Cross Country Team 3 . . . JANET JOANN RADER - Entered from Westminster Schools, Atlanta, Georgia, September 1955, Omega, Y-Teens 4, 5, Counsel0r's Aide 5 . . . MARTHA ANNE RANKIN-Gamma, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Cheerleader 2, 3, Homeroom Vice President 1, 2, Secretary 3, Teacher's Aide 2, Schedule Aide 4, 5 . . . Mih- SUSAN REDD-Gamma, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, S, French Club 5, Biology Club 3, FNA 4, 5, Spanish Club 1, Latin Club 2, 3, Red Cross Representative 3, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, FHA 4, -Entered from Ferguson High School, Ferguson, Missouri, September, 1956, Alpha, FNA 3, Vice President 4, President 5, Y-Teens 4, Vice President S, Latin Club 3, 4, French Club S, Softball Team 4, S, Mixed Chorus 4, FHA S, Bank Teller 3, 4, S, Home- room Secretary 4, Viking S . . . BENNIE LANE RIDINCS-Alpha, Band 1, 2, ROTC 3, 4, Cafe- teria Aide 3, 4, 5 . . . CHARLES RIETZ-Alpha, Football 1, Red Cross Representative 1, 3, Bank Tel- ler 2, S, Band 2, 3, PASFAV 3, 4, ROTC 4, 5 . . . MALCOLM HUGH RINGEL - Entered from Westminster Schools, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 1957, Omega, Viking Co-Editor S, Key Club 4, 5, Track Team 5, French Club 5, Physics and Chemis- try Club 5, Red Cross Representative 4, Art Club 5, Traffic Detail 4, ROTC 4 . . . CAROL ANNE RUCKDESCHEL-Gamma, Biology Club, Teacher's Aide . . . Susan Redd Christina Stevenson Reid Bennie Lane Ridings Charles Riefz Malcolm Hugh Ringel Carol Anne Ruckdeschel I I 0 0 o h o 0 o Wayne Co ins wins Fas er Automotive Engineering Shirley Elaine Ruskin Jesse Ford Samples Robert Preston Saunders, Jr. Susan A. Schaeffer Madeleine Colby Scoh Wanda Lanell Seagruves SHIRLEY ELAINE RUSTIN -- Entered from Aurora High School, Denver, Colorado, September, 19585 Gamma , , , JESSE FORD SAMPLES - Gamma, Bank Teller 1, Homeroom Vice President 2, President 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Baseball 1, 2, Track 1, Hi-Y 4, S, Key Club 4, S, Letter Club 4, S, ROTC 3, Ofhcers' Club 4, S . . . ROBERT PRESTON SAUNDERS, JR.-Theta, Band 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, S, Football 3, 4, Red Cross Repre- sentative 1, 3, Bank Teller 2, Physics and Chemistry Club S, Inter-faith Fellowship Council 5, Letter Club 4, sg ROTC 4, 5 . . . SUSAN A. SCHAEF- FER-Entered from Kimball High School, Royal Oak, Michigan, September, 1957, Theta, FHA S, FTA 5 , , , MADELEINE COLBY SCOTT-Kap- pa, Latin Club 4, French Club 5, Bank Teller 5, Counselor's Aide 5 . . . WANDA LANELL SEA- GRAVES - Theta, Red Cross Representative 1, P.E. Aide 4, FHA 4 . . . JOHN IVIICHAEL SEIGLE-Entered from North Central High School, Indianapolis, Indiana, Septem- ber, 1958, Sigma, Jr. Achievement 5 . . . JOSEPH LEE SHAPIRO-Entered from W. Langford Jun- ior High, Augusta, Georgia, September, 1956, Alpha, Spanish Club 4, 53 ROTC 3, PASFAV 3 . . . AU' BREY MILAN SHEPHERD--Entered from Druid Hills High School, Atlanta, Georgia, November 19573 Kappa, French Club 5, Pep Club 5, Y-Teens 4, Ser- geant of Arms 55 FHA 5, Office Aide 5 . . . LILAH MARVINE SHERMAN-Alpha? Y-Teen5 4, 5g Vice President 1, Secretary 2, Chaplain 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 FNA 5, FHA 3, Chaplain 5, Latin Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 3, junior-Senior Dance Commit- tee 4, Bank Teller 3, 4, Drama Club 3, 4, Teachcris Aide 4, 5 , . , ANNIE SMITH-Epsilon . . DONALD SMITH-Kappa . . . John Michael Seigle Joseph Lee 5l10Pif0 AUb"eY Milan Shephefd Lilah Marvine Sherman Annie Smith D0f1Clld Smlflt Contest and is electecl Top Teen by WABE George Blanton Smith, Jr, Marcia Dianne Smith William Dean Synde-r Pauline Andria Springer David Spruill Elizabeth Ann Stafford GEORGE BLANTON SMITH, JR.-Deltag Foot- ball 3, ROTC 3, 4, French Club 4 . . . MARCIA DIANNE SIVIITH-Kappa, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: FHA 3, 5, Physics and Chemistry Club 4, 53 French Club 3, 4, 5, Basketball 1, Band 2, 3, 4, 5, General Science Club 2, Biology Club . . . WILLIAM DEAN SNYDER-Entergd from Oak Ridge Military Institute, Oak Ridge, North Carolina, September, 1957, Physics and Chemistry Club 5 . . . PAULINE ANDRIA SPRINGER-Epsilon, Na- tional Honor Society 4, 5, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, 55 French Club 2, 3, Latin Club 4, 5, Physics and Chemistry Club 4, 5, Red Cross Representative 2, 33 Inter-Faith Fellowship Council 2, Bank Teller 5, Softball 4, Pep Club 3g Letter Club 4, 5 . . . DAVID SPRUILL-ROTC 3, 4, Rifle Team 4, Cafeteria Aide 5 , , , ELIZABETH ANN STAFFORD - Omega, Girls' Chorus 2, Biology Club 3, Art Club 4, 5 . . . BEN GRIFFIN STATHAM-Delta: Fgofbgll 1, 2, 3, 4, S, Letter Club 4, 5, ROTC 3, 4, Physics and Chemistry Club 5, Homeroom Secretary 4, Annual Representative 2, 3 . . . MARGARET MARIE STEINER-Alpha, Vice President 4, Student Coun- cil 3, 4, Atlanta Association of Student Councils' Secretary 5, Class Secretary 4, S, Homeroom Secre- tary 3, President 4, Vice President 5, Junior Civitan 4, S, Inter-Faith Fellowship Treasurer 5, Cheerleader 2, 3, Hi-Y Sponsor S, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, S, Viking 5, Representative Senior 5 . . . ANN NIARIE STEvENSfEntered from Westmins- ter Schools, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 1955, Gam- ma, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Y- Teens 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 5, Latin Award 3, 4, Bank Teller 3, Teacher's Aide 5, Girls' Chorus 2, 3 . , , TIIOMAS DENNIS STRICKLAND, III .. Gamma, President 5, Football 1, 2, 3, Rifle Team 4, National Honor Society President S, Homeroom Vice President 3, President 5, Inter-Club Council 5, Stu- dent Council S, Key Club 4, S, Hi-Y S, WABE Teen Board 4, S, Representative Senior S . . . WAL- TER L- SUSONG, JR'-Entered from North Ful- ton High School, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 1957, Alpha, ROTC 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Homeroom President 3, Teacher's Aide S, Track 3 . . . WILLIAM HOWARD TALBOT, JR. - Kappag Homeroom Treasurer 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, S, Gym Team 5, Swimming Team 5, ROTC 3, 4, Best Drill Platoon and Company, Letter Club . . me-V il.. ff Ben Griffin Statham Margaret Marie Steiner Ann Marie Stevens Thomas Dennis Strickland III Walter L. Susong, Jr. William Howard Talbot, Jr. M ' cl t' cl t cl b Ellen Margaret Talley Jackson Williams Tarver Lynnwood Kelley Taylor Vinita Tate Therrell Wesley Wailes Thomas Marth Jeanne Thompson ELLEN MARGARET TALLEY-Omega! Y-Teen5 Z, 3, Bank Teller 3, Teacher's Aide 4, Counselor's Aide S, Oflice Aide S . . . JACKSON WILLIAMS TARVE-R-Alpha, Key Club 3, 4, 5, Hi-Y S, Span- ish Club 2, 3, Vice President 4, Debating Team 4, Tiger Tales 4, Sports Editor S, Physics and Chemis- tary Club 4, 5, Biology Club 3, Homeroom Presi- dent 1, Secretary 3, Annual Representative S, Bank Director S, Bank Teller 1, 2, 3, PASFAV 2, 3, Jun- ior Achievement Director 3 . . . LYNNWOOD KELLEY TAYLOR-Epsilon, Hi-Y Sweetheart S, Homeroom Treasurer S, Football Sponsor S, Annual Representative 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Red Cross Repre- sentative 1, Teacher's Aide 4, 5 . . . VINITA TATE THERRELL-Delta, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, S, Drama Club 3, 4, Art Club 5, Physics and Chemistry Club 5, FHA 2, 3, 5, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, 5, Biology Club 3, Library Aide 4, Office Aide 4, 5, Bank Teller 2, 4, Astronomy Club 2, Red Cross Representative 1, 5 , , , WESLEY WAILES THOMAS-Epsilon, ROTC 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4 . . . MARTHA JEANNE THOMPSON-Entered from Gainesville High School, Gainesville, Florida, September, 1956, Alpha, Cheerleader 3, 4, 5, National Honor Society 4, S, American Field Service Exchange Student 4, Student Council 5, Viking 5, Latin Club 3, 4, S, Library Aide 4, Road-E-O 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, 5, Jun- ior Achievement Treasurer 4, junior-Senior Dance Committee 4 , . . MARGARET MONROE THROWER-Delta, Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, S, Cheerleader 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Physics and Chemistry Club 5, Teacher's Aide 5, French Club 3, 5, Latin Club 4, Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3 . . . BARBARA GAIL THURMAN - Representative Senior S, Viking S, National Honor Society 4, S, Student Council 2, Sec- retary 4, Co-President 5, Cheerleader 3, Co-Captain 4, Captain 1, 2, 5, Key Club Sweetheart 3, 4, Inter- Club Council 4, 5, Junior Civitan 3, S, Chaplin 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, French Club 5, Military Sponsor 4, Class President 1 . . . MARY CECII-IA TIM- BIONS-Sigma, National Honor Society 4, 5, Viking S, Annual Representative S, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, S, FHA 3, S, Pep Club 4, Drama Club 4, President 3, Latin Club 2, Program Chairman 3, President 4, Chaplain S, Teacher's Aide 4, S, Regenstein's Teen Board 5 , , , VIRGINIA INGLESBY TISON - Re-entered from Savannah High School, Savannah, Georgia, September, 1956, Kappa, Art Club 5, Cheer- leader Captain 1, Bank Teller 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Homeroom President 1, 2, Treasurer 4, French Club 2, Biology 4, FHA 2, P.E. Aide S, Red Cross Repre- sentative 2, Annual Representative 1, Pep Club 2, 5 . . . HARRY RANDOLPH TURMAN-Omega? ROTC 3, Best Drill Company 4, Biology Club 3, Art Club 5, Spanish Club 1, Teacher's Aide 2, 3, 5 , , , CAROLYN FRANCES VARNER-.Entered from Campbell High School, Smyrna, Georgia, Sep- tember, 1958 . . . Margaret Monroe Thrower Barbara Gail Thurman Mary Cecilia Timmons Virginia Inglegby Tigon Harry Randolph Turman Carolyn Frances Varner h It f'thFII h' clStcl TC 'l Vicki Ann Vasen Thomas Roger Wade Lee R. Walker Margaret Elizabeth Wardle Barbara Ferns Watkins John C. Watt, Jr. VICKI ANN VASEN--Kappa, Basketball 1, Y- Teens 1, 4, 5, Softball 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Representa- tive 2, 4, S, Cafeteria Aide 2, Rifle Team 3, junior Achievement Treasurer, French Club 4, 5 . . . THOMAS ROGER WADE..-Entered from Mc- Callie School, Chattanooga, Tennessee, September, 1958, Alpha . . . LEE R- WALKER-Entered from Lake Bluff junior High School, Lake Bluff, Illinois, September, 1955, Kappa, Biology Club 3, Physics and Chemistry Club 4, Audio-Visual Aide 2, Bank Work- er 5, Band 2, 3, 4, 5, Red Cross Representative 5 . . . MARGARET ELIZABETH WARDLE-Sigmag Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 5, Latin Club 3, 4, 5, FHA 3, Stamp Club 3, Biology Club 3, FTA 4, Vice Presi- dent S, Cafeteria Aide 2, Schedule Aide 5, Red Cross Representative 2, Tiger Tales Representative 4, Bank Teller S . . , BARBARA FERNS WATKINS - Gamma, Latin Club 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, 5, FNA S, Tiger Talfnv Representative S, Schedule Aide 4, S, Pep Club 3 . . , JOHN C. WATT, JR.-Omegag Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter Club 4, ROTC 3, 4, Stamp Club 2 . . . We JOHN BRYAN WHITLEY-Ggmmag Band 2, 3, 4, 5, Bank Teller 2, 3, 53 General Science Club 2, Biology Club 43 Spanish Club S, .Photography Club 25 Red Cross Representative 1 . . . WILLIAM WHITSITT WHORLEY-Epsilon, Key Club fs Hi-Y 5, Track 4, 53 Cross Country 3, 4, Homeroom Vice President 4, Annual Representative S5 Letter Club 45 Mixed Chorus 4, President S, Library Aide 25 Hi-Y Basketball S5 Spanish Club S . . . ROSE- Gym Tegm 1, 2, 3, French Club 3, 4, 5 . . . SHERRILL LYNN WILKIN-SON-Sigma, Y-Teens 1, 2, Chaplin 3, Vice President 4, President S3 FHA 3, Degree Chair- man Sq PASFAV 2, Spanish Club 33 Drama Club 3, Secretary 4, Homeroom Secretary S3 Pep Club 3, 55 Bank Teller 2, 3, 4, S3 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 4, Teacher's Aide 4, 5 .i . . BRENDA JOAN WILLIAMS-Theta, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Commercial Club 4, 5, FHA S, Softball 2, 3, Cafeteria Aide 3, 4g Teacher's Aide S . . . CAROLYN JEANETTE WILLIAMS-Epsilon, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Com- mercial Club 4, Secretary 55 FHA 5, Y-Teens ig Teacher's Aide S, Spanish Club 1, Military Sponsor 5 . . . John Bryan Whitley William Whifsiff Whorley Rosemary Tatton Wiley Sherrill Lynn Wilkinson Brenda .loan Williams Carolyn Jeanette Williams Bklblll l ih'cl' 'T olil David Kenneth Williams Elizabeth Ann Wilson Michael Winckler Martha Neilson Wolfe Frances Cecelia Wright Linda Lee Youngblood DAVID KENNETH WILLIAMS-Delta, Band 3, Audio-Visual Aide 4, 5, Teacher's Aide 2, 3, Bank Teller 1 , , , ELIZABETH ANN WILSON-Gam- mag PASFAV 2, 3g Spanish Club 35 Schedule Aide 3, 4, ig Bank Teller 2, 5, Homeroom Secretary 43 FTA 4, Secretary-Treasurer 5 . . . MICHAEL WINCK' LER--Entered from Leopoldinum, Detmold, Ger- many, September, 1958, Cross Country 53 Student Council 5, Inter-Club Council 55 National Honor Society 55 Hi-Y S, Key Club S5 Red Cross Vice Presi- dent 5 . . . MARTHA NEILSON WOLFE-Omg- gag National Honor Society 4, Secretary 55 Student Council 5, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, S, Viking Business Manager 5, Junior Civitan 4, 5, Inter-Faith Fellow- ship Council S3 Girls' Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 3, 4g Junior Scholastic Press Association 53 Schedule Aide 49 Representative Senior S . . . FRANCES CE- CELIA WRIGHT-Entered from Sprayberry High School, Marietta, Georgia, March, 1956, Sigma: Jun- ior Achievcment Treasurer 3, President 4, Latin Club 5: National Merit Scholarship Finalist 55 Schedule Aide ig Art Club .33 National Honor Society 5 . . . LINDA LEE YOUNGBLOOD-Alpha: Comme!-- cial Club 4, S, FHA 55 Teacher's Aide 4, 53 Cafe,- teria Aide 3, 43 Annual Representative 3 . . . LAYVRENCE CHARLES ZAGLIN-Sigmgg Rifle Team 3, 4, ROTC 3, 4, Swimming Team 5 . . . SUMMER SENIORS ROBERT ERNEST HERNITON--lingered from W'est Fulton High School, Atlanta, Georgia, Septem- ben 1958: Bgnd 5 , , , JAMES LOUIS PAUL- SON-Entered from North Tulton High School, At- lanta, Georgia, September, 19563 Football 3, 5, Home- room Treasurer 3, Cafeteria Aide 4, 7'igw' Tale: Rep- resentative, ROTC 35 Red Cross Representative 4, Teachcrys Aide 5 , , , JANIES WALTON SIM- MONS-Entered from Georgia Military Academy, College Park, Georgia, Septemher, 19589 Hi-Y 5 . . . BETTY ANNE STEELE - Theta, Y-Teens 1g French Club 2, Cheerleader 33 Teacher's Aide 55 Cafeteria Aide 5 . . . NOT PICTURED DOROTHY ELAINE KOPP-lime,-Cd from D,-uid Hills High School, Atlanta, Georgia, january, 1959 . . . BONNIE KAY LONG-Entered from Dreher High School, Columbia, South Carolina, January, 1959: National Honor Society 5 . . . MYLES GREENE SNHTH-Entered from Roosevelt High School, Hawaii, December, 1958 . . . in James Louis Paulson Lawrence Charles Zaglin Robert Ernest Herndon James Walton Simmons Beffy Anne Steele Zn ililzmuriam JAMES STRUTHERS EDGAR, JR. June 24, 1941 - February 14, 1959 49 AM I GW W' VW Wm., 3, f f,-Q ww 'dvimw Q m 3 E 2 Q E 3 ?? 76 bf wi 5 5 Lg 4 6 ws aa 53 Z2 :F 5E Q ws 6 Q If 5 2 5 2 S ,., 2 E 5 5 5 5 5 gt ,A zz S 3 ,. fs 35 Eff 2: 5 5 2 S M 55 ,,,,, 1,,,,,,',v,-4Yiylf3gwg5WW,? i---n' NH.. w.......,1 ,g kg,eag3gg3eygpgYmgQ5,fg1e,,c,- kfv nmfwmff-www-Q in puqnuuuf- pmnpnmmwgyg S9 2 L Q Q 5 5 5 fs ,, ii 52 Q M4 L ff lv Q V M 55 ? Q W --H ,.......--.. ...., . W-V Y Y ..,,-.--....W.,Wi.-.,.W,N.mW,.,W.M.MA.,,,.,.-,,,,,WW ...W,M..u..,,, , W , ,, . S , ,, W , , ...K M, My , ,,,,,..x, ,., ,Q V-HM, , 4 1, REPRESENTATIVE 2. SENIORS figim L :1., xA , E 2 , cr P ak Q , , ,elm ,gffgzw W ,, RTT' W, Q0 ww gk fjLf1QT'fhlffiT:g"'f-' 2' f M ,xx ,W W 5 I 5 s r L w I My 15 ' L an-1 as .............,... W .A+++ W ,1,,gVvwg A kQ.Wm,..,,A A, . ' Qflqgiifgidiffifisizi Q3 1 +1 9 A , A r if , in-ff'-vm REPRESENTATIVE SENIORS argaref .xdnnev joofe Agclvbe Menndn , dime vt if .M Ji 'j agfgjrg , 3M,M . E 5 A 2 3 3 3 A wide variefy of Norfhside clubs and special organizafions add color and inferesf fo roufine school days and sulaiecfs. Some are formed for an academic purpose. Ofhers have school and communify service as fheir oloiecfive and are local chapfers of nafional organizafions wifh high ideals and sfand- ards. The scienfific, linguisfic, and musical clubs increase fhe sfudenfs' enfhusiasm and proficiency. ln anofher area, Norfh- side has developed clubs fo prepare sfudenfs for vocafions and fo provide an ouflef for fheir 'ralenfs and abilifies in spe- cific fields. One of fhe mosf imporfanf fypes of organizafions is fhe club which promofes spirifual growfh. The parficipafion of each individual in club acfivifies promofes school spirif and fellowship. ' Nancy Ledbetter, Jack Tarver, and Eddie Brennan are posting the date for the Snow Ball. A OFFICERS President ..... Vice President . Secretary . . Treamrcfr . . S ponsor . - The Alpha Club, one of the finest social clubs at Northside, took an active part in all school competitions this year. It sponsored three dances during the year, one of which was the fabulous Snow Ball, and did a Wonder- ful job of selling football tickets and supporting paper sales. In all, this club has done a great deal to raise school spirit in athletics and other competitions. .,,5N. eh-Q., EDDIE BRENNAN . RUSTY JONES . JIMMY CARR PAM BARKLEY COACH CLARK ,.,..-...aw-1-1-"""" Chatham Murray and Linda Jenkins are notifying club members about the paper sale. Coach Clark, Rusty Jones, Jimmy Carr, Pam Barkley-center Eddie Brennan. 62 The Delta Club, as a part of the club system, helped sponsor many school dances and paper sales. The mem- bers also helped raise school spirit by participating in the ticket sales competition. As its biggest project the Delta Club sponsored the fabulous Valentine Ball, which was enjoyed by all who attended. Alton and Elaine decorate for a football victory dance. Buddy Milton, Mr. Spencer, Jim Crew, Johnny Grigsby. President . . Vice President Secretary . . Treasurer . Sponsor . 63 Cathy and Jim rest be- tween dances. OFFICERS BEN FERGUSON BUDDY MILTON JIM CREW . . JOHNNY GRIGSBY . . MR. SPENCER Ricky Hcimpson is bringing his papers to the paper sale. President . Vice President Secretary . , . Treasurer . . Sponsor . OFFICERS . . . . PHIL MADDOX . . KAYE ELLENBERG . . LINDA BETH JONES . TOMMY GLADDEN . Miss SPRINGER The purpose of the Epsilon Club is to pro- mote unity, school spirit, and a feeling of bie- longing in the students of Northside. It has endeavored to do this by selling football tickets, supporting paper sales, and entering into other club competitions. The biggest project of the year was the fabulous Snow Ball, which was co-sponsored by the Epsilon Club. Kaye Ellenburg seems to be en- joying himself. Kaye Ellenburg, Miss Springer Phil Maddox, Tommy Gladden Linda Beth Jones. Q. 64 I I The Gamma Club, as one of the eight social clubs, has taken part this year in paper sales, ticket sales, and other club competitions. It has helped to promote more interest in school functions by sponsoring many social activities. Among these was the Valentine Ball, of which the Gammas made a terrific success. Francee Davis won a date with Mike Broadbecrr in a contest to raise school spirit. Lynn Brunner, Billy Roberts Dennis Strickland, Miss Cason Pete Stanford. l 65 Vice President Billy Roberts and Penny Tison are decorating for a dance. OFFICERS President .... DENNIS STRICKLAND Vice President . . . BILLY ROBERTS Secretary . . LYNN BRUNNER Treasurer . . PETE STANFORD Sponsor . . . Miss CASON ,Ht r , ,,.,, W, N, is fu w Carolyn Seay, Mar- sha Clifton, and Flos- sie Hall pin up Val- entine dance poster. President . Vice President Secretary . Treasurer . Sponsor . OFFICERS . . CATHERINE BROWN . . . . FLOSSIE HALL . . CONNIE TATE . SANDY LUMPKIN . . Mas. LE.-mr As one of the eight social clubs, the Kappa Club actively takes part in ticket sales, paper sales, and club-sponsored activities, such as school dances and Club Day. The Kappa Club has Worked hard this year, and the results are evident. One of the social highlights of the year Was the Christmas formal, the Snow Ball, given by this club and three others. President Catherine Brown dances with Mike Winckler, our German exchange student. Connie Tate, Mrs. Leary, Cath- erine Brown, Flossie Hall, Sandy Lumpkin. 66 The purpose of che Cmega Club is to form an interesting organization in which North- side students of all grades can actively partici- pate. The club has backed all inter-club com- petitions and has made particular effort to- wards the raising of school spirit. It has spon- sored several dances, one of which was the Valentine Ball. For its special project, the Omega Club sponsored a clean-up campaign. Tina Huff, Pat Ekholm, and Shar- on Reed discuss the Omega Club clean-up campaign. Miss Flournoy, George McDan- iel, Becky Wainwright, Penny Wooten, Bobby Kirkland 67 Watch it, Penny! You might mess up the grounds. President . Vice President Secretary . . Treasurer . Sponsor . . OFFICERS . . . BOBBY KIRK,LAND . . . . PENNY XVOOTEN . BECKY wrAINWRIGHT . GEORGE MCDANIEL . . Miss FLOURNOY Harriefte James and Tal- maclge Dobbs are enioy- ing a Sigma victory dance. President . Vice President Secretary . Treasurer . . S ponsor . . The Sigma Club is mainly concerned with promoting better school spirit towards all types of school athletics and other types of activities. They have accomplished this through paper sales, ticket sales, and school dances. The main dance sponsored by the Sigma Club was the Snow Ball, which was a great success. As its special project, the club hopes to contribute a water cooler to the school. Members of the Sigma Club enjoy square dancing. Carol Sharp, Carol Erckman Mac Whitaker, Miss Torbert Nof picfured, Wayne Collins OFFICERS . . . WAYNE COLLINS . . CAROL SHARP . . CAROL ERCKMAN . MAC WHITAKER . Miss TORBERT 68 The Theta Club, one of the most outstanding social clubs at Northside, has done an excellent job of promoting school spirit and enthusiasm this year. The Thetas have backed the school in paper sales and will sponsor a cam- paign for a cleaner school. The big Valentine dance held on February 14 was another big project co-sponsored by the club. High morals and clean competition are the main stand- ards of the Theta Club. Mr. Dickens, Steve Gladden, and Vic Aderhold get papers out of a car on paper sole day. Helen Stigc, Penny Tison, Kevin Heeney, Mr. Dickens, Linda Blackwelder. President . . Vice President Secretary . . Treasurer . Sponsor . 69 ae if PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT :Tn as A. SECRETARY Jean Barron Bob Bostick Bonnie Bowie Lynne Brauer Catherine Brown Dennis Strickland Sandra Byrd Helen Cassimus Margaret Ann Foote Judy Ford Tom Fulghum JoAnne Kennedy Lee Ann Garmon Kathleen Griesemer Ann Harris Pat Hawkins Sharon Hicks Gladys Bell NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY TREASURER SPONSOR SPONSOR 5 at at ii vo To be elected a member of the National Honor Society --., I. is considered the highest honor a student may be awarded ., 74"'-"fl-1'-" e . . . . ey while at Northside. Requirements for membership are Mfg --V Q ' " ,'yr , r"' ' ' character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Members we aa-. - are selected by the faculty on the basis of these characteris- tics. The Honor Society sponsors Welcoming day for the sub-freshmen and college night for the juniors and seniors. Y 2 -A fi re Q it X .et if , Not pictured - Bonnie Long Jere Blockwelder Ellen Hodgson John Hollander Linda Hosea Mary Ann Latz Dianne Lumpkin Mary V, Johnson Miss Mary Ballard Barbara Martin Jimmie Mason George Missbach Margaret Mobley Mayo Pournelle Andria Springer Miss Ethei Cockrell Jeanne Thompson Gail Thurman Cecilia Timmons Mike Winckler Martha Wolfe Celiq Wrighf , -.., OFFICERS ' Co-president . . HANK LESESNE Co-president . . GAIL THURMAN Secretary . . . CAROL SHARP Treasurer . . . BRAD WEBB Sponsor . MR. THEO VOCALIS STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council governs cam- JCC -'-'A-1' r,.,? Directory and the Calendar of pus life at Northside. Its members "' Events. They also sponsor chapel are elected early in the fall from eli- 'VW W l "': programs and give Thanksgiving gible members of the student body. if baskets to the 11CCdY- They are responsible for the Student P1 First Row: Lynne Brunner, Nancy Gore, Jeanne Thompson, Gladys Bell, .lo Anne Kennedy, Brad Webb, Carol Sharp, Gail Thurman, Hank Lesesne, Harriette James, Peggy Ehrlich, Libba Holt, Molly Baker, Martha Wolfe, Margaret Ann Foote. Second Row: Fran Holt, Lynne Rosenkoetter, Catherine Brown, Judy Ford, Joe Martin, Frank Briggs, Billy Roberts, Bruce Donnelly, Gary Patterson, Pat Tollison, Chip Allen, Patty Bradley. Third Row: Mit Fitzsimmons, Stuart McDaniel, Bill Whitaker, Skippy Hansburger, Jim Crew, Frank Courtney, Charles Arp, Bishop Kelley, Johnny Grigsby, Tom MacCary, Matt Howard, Dennis Strickland, Mike Winckler. Not pictured: Charlie Mason, Susan Brown, Susie Little, Mary Ann Latz, Clyde Brooks, Margaret Mobley. 71 flY!?. Front: Molly Baker, Matt Howard. First Row: Gail Thurman, Carol Sharp, Penny Wooten, Flossie Hall, Penny Tison, Libba Holt Second Row Kevm Heeney Bobby Kirkland Mike Winckler, Bill Castleberry, Jere Blackwelder, Catherine Brown. Third Row: Dennis Strickland, Hank Lesesne. Fourth Row: Billy Roberts Buddy Milton Kaye Ellenburg Phil Maddox, Jim Crew, Frank Briggs. Not pictured: Brad Webb, Eddie Brennan, Rusty Jones, Ben Ferguson, Jim Libby. INTER CLUB COUNCIL OFFICERS C0-president .... . MATT HOWARD Co-president . . MOLLY BAKER Secreiary . . . LIBBA HOLT Treasurer . . . JIM CREW Advisor . . . Miss MARY B1NNs The Interclub Council members op- erate the eight social clubs and aid the Junior Civitan, Key Club, and the Hi- Y. They sponsor dances after football and basketball games and the Snow Ball, Valentine Dance, Twerp Dance, and Beaux Arts Ball. They are responsible for ticket and paper sales and produce Club Day. 72 Wa O INTERFAITH FELLOWSHIP The Interfaith Fellowship is an interdenomi- national group. Members of every church are invited to attend Weekly meetings, held in Churches nearby. Big Brother Week, prayer breakfasts, and morning devotionals are the most important activities of this group. FELLOWSHIP COUNCIL, Firsf Row: Jim Black, Jo Anne Kennedy, Peggy Steiner, Bruce Donnelly. Second Row: Nancy Gore, Wayne Collins, Connie Tate, Ann O'Hara Boswell. Third Row: Hank Lesesne, John Hollander, Martha Wolfe, Fourfh Row: Bobby Saun- ders, Joe Martin. Nof picfured: Anne Willingham, Bill Barfee, Mike Boswell, Jim Haver- sfick, Lydia Whitmire. A group at Fellowship. KEY CLUB ' 1 1,5 My I ,A . H. if I ,st Q i OFFICERS President . . . FRANK BRIGGS Virc President . . . MATT HOWARD Sfvrvidfy . - . STUART MCDANIEL FRANK BRIGGS, MATT HOWARD, STUART MCDANIEL, BILLY ROBERTS, BILL CASTLEBERRY. Treasurer. . . BILLY ROBERTS Sgt.-at-Arms . . BILL CASTLEBERRY Advisor . . . . . MR. KEMP Left fo Righf: Bruce Kirwan, Brad Webb, Jack Tar- ver, John Hollander, Jim Crew, Frank Briggs, Ben Barron, Bob Bosfick, George Missbach. Leff fo Righi: Dennis Strickland, Malcolm Ringel, Jim Libby, Frank Briggs, Bishop Kelley, Steve Rich, Tom Kinron, George McDaniel, Johnny Grigsby, Mutt Howard, Eddie Brennan, Bruce Kirwan, Brad Webb. The Key Club, sponsored by the Northside Kiwanis Club, is composed of sophomore, junior, and senior boys elected by the club. Its purpose is service to the school and community. The club sponsors career day and carries out other worthwhile projects during the year. J. Blackwelder, M. Baker, J. Kennedy, R. Jones, G. Thurman, P. Steiner, W. Collins, C. Sharpe, J. Black, D. Drewry, G. Bell, C. Jones, W. Coe, B. Kirkland, M. Wolfe, S. Rosebush, G. Horton, B. Jones, M. Foote, L. Blackwelder, B. Milton, C. Brown, P. Ehrlich, B. Wainwright, L. Holt, L. Hol- land, P. Parramore, S. Hansburger, B. Whitaker, B. Thurman, H. Blumenthal, M. FitzSimmans, T. Farr, S. Edgar, A. Wight, P. Tolleson, R. MacMichaels "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." This golden rule, the creed of the junior Civitan Club, is applied to each of the clubs' projects. The purpose of the club is to promote good citizenship in the home, school, and community, and to prepare young people for good leadership. we JUNIOR CIVITAN CLUB . K ,.w12'1V'wfc., ,,, E . .fa.,sh.+v- 4. .gifs 1z,f+'5w.. ,kj W. .gm 4 Y l' ,Psi l 'wan' J - -ti i is c.'e- OFFICERS President . . . JERE Vice President . . Secretary . . . Treasurer . . Advisor . . BLACKWELDER MOLLY BAKER BEN FERGUSON CLYDE BROOKS MR. DURDEN ice proiects. meetings. At regular night meetings Junior Civitans make plans for future serv- The annual Fruit Cake Sale is a big topic of conversation at Civitan SENIOR President ...... SI-IERRILL WILKINSON Vice President .... . . . JEAN BARRON Seeond Vice President . . . TINA REID Secretary ..... . LIZ GAULTNEY Treasurer .... . DIANE LUMPIQIN Devotional Cla-airman . . . MARCIA DEW Advisor .... . MISS BINNS Y-TEENS SOPHOMORE President ....... . . PATTY BRADLEY Vice President . . PATTY GRIESEMER Secretary .... . LESLIE MORRISON Treasurer . . . . . . . JUDY LESHANNA Devotional Cbairman . . ANNA DELLENBACK Advisor . . . . . . . . . MRS. PEARSON SUBFRESHMEN President ......... FRAN I-IOLT Vice President .... MARY JANE BRENNAN Second Viee President .... LAURA JONES Secretary .... . LAURA EDMONDSON Treasurer ....... NANCY BUNTING Devotional Chairman . . SUSAN AMBERRY Advisor ..... . . MIss CAsoN JUNIOR President ...... LINDA WVILLIAMS Vice President . . . ANN TUFTS Secretary ..... . VIRGINIA SMITH Treasurer ..... . JOYCE BOYKIN Devotional Chairman . . ANN KINNER Advisor ..... . MIss RANKIN 76 FRESHMEN President ....... SALLY SMITH Viee President . . . SANDY LUMPKIN Secretary . . . . JEAN LYON Treasurer ..... . JILL SHAPIRO Devotional Chairman . . ANN ROTI-I Advisor ..... . MISS ARNOLD Firsf Row Mr Sullivan Scoh Taylor Bill Whitaker, Billy Roberts, Jimmy Wahs, Peggy Steiner, Mike Winckler, Jim Libby, Ben Ferguson Kaye Ellenburg Siuari McDaniel Second Row Jack Tarver Dennis Sirlckland Joe Martin, Alion Curiis, Bruce Donnelly, Gran? Carter, Frank Briggs, Matt Howard Bobby Kirkland Third Row Phil Maddox Kevin Heeney Hank Lesesne Skippy Hansberger, Jimmy Sirickland, Tom Kinfon, Mit FifzSimons, Buddy Milton, CHE Madison, Rusty Jones HI-Y The Hi-Y is an organization which elects junior and senior boys to its membership. The motto of the Hi-Y is "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character? Annually the club presents an entertaining variety show that delights the entire student body. Throughout the year, the Hi-Y members participate in other activities, including basketball games with other Hi-Y teams. The proceeds from these projects enable the organization to contribute essential equip- ment to the school. Sefretary . Treasurer . Chaplain . Sgt.-at-Arms Advisor . . OFFICERS President ...... JIM LIBBY Vice President . . EDDIE BRENNAN BEN FERGUSON FRANK BRIGGS TOM MACCARY GRANT CARTER MR. SULLIVAN Co-Editors MARGARET MOBLEY MALCOLM RINGEL Business Managers CURTIS MILES MARTHA WOLFE Circulation Manager JOHN HOLLANDER 'dlihz Hiking 1959 This year, as in the past, the Viking staff has Worked diligently during sixth period and after school hours to present to the students of North- side an outstanding annual. Our goal is to capture the thrill and excitement of events which oc- curred during the past year. For producing this 1959 yearbook, much credit must be given to our advisors - Miss jane Mulkey, Mrs. Catherine Matthews, and Miss Mary Ballardg to the circu- lation workersg to homeroom annual representa- tivesg and to our hard-Working staff. We sin- cerely hope that this Viking will recall during the coming years many memorable moments. Industrious circulation workers f , --Mws- Av, . 5 - 5 r SMH Phofographers C. L. CHANDLER BILL WERNER MIKE BAILEY gg, ..:: X., Joan Avem Miss Mulkey Mrs. Matthews Miss Ballard Christina Reid Mary Lamar Bowden Pe99Y Sfeiflel' Bonnie Lee Bowie -lednne THOMPSON Lynne Brquer Gail Tllurmdn Scott Brooks Cecilia Timmons Catherine Brown Dan Byrd Helen Casslmus Margaret Ann Foote Vikmg IHS!! Jane Lightcap Diane Lumpkin Jimmy Mason Martha Medford QQ 'Q-'W T . . - ,, . sf :Hs 2:53 f- f' gh. ,sf'L-Q53 . z'F4si'fQwf.Ki1' , "1-TL' Pat Hawkins Bob Holman Ladye Jernigan Sharon Hicks -'UT Ellen 79 .l JO ANNE KENNEDY Associafe Edifor Gladys Bell Jere Blackwelder TOM MacCARY Edifor Anne Davis Bruce Donnelly hr 'igrr mlm The Tiger Tales, a bi-monthly publication containing news and features of interest to all students, is published by a staff of juniors and seniors. Having been outstanding in the past as well as the present the Tiger Tales holds membership in the National Scholastic Press Association and the Georgia Scholastic Press Association. It is one of the outstanding school newspapers in the South, enjoyed by students, teachers, and alumni. .Judy Ford Lynne Haddock Mary Anne Lafz Kathleen Griesemer linda HifCl'IinS Jack Tarver ,V '-ilfkzfmiii ,Ms -le .:,frg:::2ZZ'2Z A ' f - -' ' L wzzsaigl i . gag in..,f,6. P f as if 1 if f af as ? fm W like .15 ii 1 , a x , 4 . as N w 80 nrthzihr WQP1' Galen et """, l Member of Georgia Scholastic Press Assn. E " f GA-I -if ' Tom MacCary, Editor Scgpit 4 Q Jo Anne Kennedy, Associate Editor 2, wwf Harry Blumenthal, Business Mgr. Theo C. Vocalis, Advisor KATHLEEN GRIESEMER . ANNE DAVIS . . MARY ANNE LATZ . LINDA HITCHINS . JACK TARVER . LYNNE HADDOCK . JUDY FORD . GLADYS BELL. . BRUCE DONNELLY . JERE BLACKWELDER . , JEAN BARRON . . , . Editorial Manager . News Editor . Society Editor . Copy Editor . Sports Editor . Features Editor . Circulation . Circulation . . Artist . . Photographer Advertising Manager HARRY BLUMENTHAL Business Manager JEAN BARRON Advertising Manager MR. TH EO VOCALIS Advisor THE REPORTERS: Ann 0'Hara Boswell, Skippy Hansberger, Peggy Ehrlich, Dana Lenahan, Susie Little, Allen Wight, Harriette James, Ray Michaels Not Pictured Karen Baker Marc Hamburger, Margaret Anne Craven, Mit FitzSimons. ,N Hicks, Bowie, Perling, Martin, Reid, Jensen, Bowden, Brown, Redd Jones, Jernigan, Center, Thurman, Jones, Smith, Vasen. 'S is I Presidente . . . 5 Vice Presidentes. . I . Wilson, Avent, Werner, Briggs, Jernigan, Glover, Davis, Mun- Serfetmre ' ' ' dorft, Haddock, Blackwelder, Wylie, Ringel, Hodgson, Jackson, T7'6'SOTfC'7 . Ford, Bostick. . Consczller . MAGISTRATUS FOEDERIS LATINUM FOEDUS Hoc Anno Latinum Foedus festum Natali Die Christi pro liberis pauperibus atque suam venditionem serV6rum et Convivium habuit. Magistratfls Foederis sunt Praefectus . . HELEN CASSIMUS Subpmefectus . . MARGARET MOBLEY Scriptor . . . ..... LINDA BLACKWELDER Praefectus Aemri . . PAT RHODEs, JULIAN ABERNATHY Consiliarn . . . . . MRS. HUGHES, MRS. FERSEN 82 .ilu I W i 'ri i X 1,9 LE CERCLE FRANQAIS Les buts du Cercle Frangais sont d'apprendre plus au sujet de la civilisation frangaise, d'obtenir un repertoire des poemes fran- gais, et de pratiquer la langue frangaise. Les officers du Cercle sont . . . . . . JOANNE WERNER . MARTHA WILSON, LIBBA BARNETWI' . . . . . . . JOAN AVENT . FRANK BRIGGS . Miss COCKRELL lmpigri socii LatinT Foederi arborem Natal? Die Christi pr6 fest6 odorniire juvont. Sanctus Claus dona, lud6s textilesque, ad liber6s pau- peres partiuntur. .K E :EA I l m La s we A -...,. 3 gf ' f 2 L., vw M 1 U -,-.-1, X5 , M we . s -' "' 'K'-A-N-......,. N L. Los socios del Club Espciol escuchcm cz leer del ada en unc sesi6n por lc: iorde. r G '54, 2 el Q if Zi' 3 X gr 3 ff N: wig, 1 ' 'f 5 X aw 5 ,Ju f " 4 eq, 5 Q fax 4 g ,, we if ,Q '-ffl ff? ',.'ff?l. W Si jg ' 1 'A if 'H' , .1 1 -- A ,. u l, A lgwag-aff A jr m... "" 'le 'l"w9.wQw:fQk'W"" ,fm emi? Q., ,gg Q 'W A A , LOS AMIGOS ESPANOLES ,+I El propcfsito del Club Espaliol es interesarles a los estudiantes u espafioles en la Cultura y en la herencia de los P81565 hispanoamericanos. -s-...,, Los funcionarios del club son La Presidente . . . La Seiorita D. LUMPKIN La Vicepresidrnta . . La Sefiorita K. STRATTON Jeff, Margcrifcl Ano, y Kim hccen planes para un La Sfcretaria . . . La Sefiorita M. A. CRAVEN P"09"GmU 9SP9ClGl Cle LOS Amigos Espcioles. La Tesorera . . . La Seiorita H. LoYLEss La Aconxejudorra . . La Sciorita HUTCHINSON won pn- NORTHSIDE SAVINGS BANK Presidrnt . . . . BILLY ROBERTS Cashier . . CHATHAM MURRAY Vim Prcsident . . GAIL HORTON Assisfant. . . . LIBBA HOLT 83 Radio Club OFFICERS President .... DAVID SCHIFF Vice President . . TOM BRADBURY Scfcrrtargf-Tiwzsiirer . PAUL RODBELL Advisor ,.... MR. SPENCER The Radio Club, new to Northside this year, is a group of students inter- ested in radio receivers and trans- mitters. The goal of the club is to build a radio transmitter. Physics und Chemistry Club OFFICERS President . JOHN HOLLANDER Vice President . . . JIM BLACK Secretary-Treasurer PEGGY STEINER Advisor . . . MR. SPENCER The Physics and Chemistry Club is a group of chemistry and physics students. They have, under the leadership of Mr. Spencer, enjoyed many field trips and experiments offered by the Club. General Science Club OFFICERS President . . . PETE STANFORD Vice President BARBARA BOARDMAN Secretary . . HARVEY KAUFMAN Treasurer . . . TUFFY ADAMS Advisor . . . MRS. ATKINSON The General Science Club is com- posed of ninth grade students. The club has enjoyed field trips on which they visited places of interest in and around Atlanta. Biology Club OFFICERS President .... MIKE HosFoRD Vice President . . . PAT RHOADS Secretary .... CANDY MALONE Treasurer . . . GEORGE MILLER Advisor ..... MISS NEWTON The members of this club, biology students, have won several honors in the Science Congress and school activi- ties. The members have benefited greatly from the club's speakers and field trips. Photography Club OFFICERS President . . . BILL WERNER V ice President . . MIKE BAILEY Secretary-Treasurer CURTIS MILES Advisor .... MR. ROMERO The Photography Club, under the supervision of Mr. Romero, is com- posed of students interested in pho- tography and cameras. Through the club's activities the students have greatly advanced their interest and knowledge. JIM BLACK President Physics 86 Chemistry Club MARTY MEDFORD Physics and Chemistry Club MIKE BAILEY Vice President Photography Club BILL WERNER President Photography Club PAT RHOADS Vice President Biology Club MIKE HosEoRD President Biology Club FHA OFFICERS President . . . .... . . SUSAN REDD Vice President . . BARBARA MARTIN Secretary . . . . . JUDY FORD Treasurer . . TERRI WILKES Chaplain . . . . LILAH SHERMAN Sponsors ..... . . . . . HOMEMAKING TIZACHERS The Future Homemakers of America promotes enthusiasm in home economics as a career. This year the members have participated in projects for im- provement in the school and in the home economics department. As a charity project, the club had a Christmas party for poor children. Learning First Aid F T A OFFICERS President' . . .... . . . ANN EWING Vice Presirfwzi . . . MARGARET WARDLE Secrr'iary-Trraxzrrvr . . BETTY WILSON Chaplain .... . NANCY HAYGOOD Sponsor . . . . . . . MISS BALLARD The Future Teachers of America consists of jun- ior and senior girls who are interested in the teaching profession. During the year, the members visit schools in session, invite guest speakers to their meetings, help tutor students, and aid Miss Ballard with scheduling. Giving a party for poor children OFFICERS President . . ..... . . . TINA REID Vice Presirlrnf . . DANNY CAMERON Secretary . . . JEANNETTE RAPP Trraxirrer . . BARBARA BRICKER Chaplain . . . JANE MARTIN Sponsors . . MRs. BLACKWELDER MRS. HANKWITZ The Future Nurses of America is composed of girls who intend to enter the medical profession. They work for the betterment of health conditions in the school and community. The Northside chapter has been the first to serve as "Candy Stripersv, or volun- teer Workers, at St. Joseph's Hospital. If I ...Y ,.., s, . fe A-1 -Jr to fA-- We 'fl' ' .,.,, . .." 5 FTM A.,,,,.ag.., M sr.,r r V., . W i. .-., . Q i A 2 f-Avi. Y V i QA- I. AA: Q 5 M' it 15 .4 T l,. 'Xi I i"I" M "'i I ',.r I "-- Im A g ' 1 . , .. A..2 . . I - I Helping with scheduling COMMERCIAL CLUB The Commercial Club, made up of girls taking typing and shorthand, investigates various phases of the business World and takes a special field trip to Georgia State College. OFFICERS President . . . BEVERLY COCHRAN Vice President . . ALICIA SAUNDERS Secretary . . CAROLYN WILLIAMS Treasurer . . REBECCA EDWARDS Advisor . . . MRS. LEARY SENIOR TALLULAH FALLS CLUB 10th Grade 'IIth Grade President LYNNE ROSENKOETTER LIBBA HOLT Vice-President CONNIE TATE ANNE FARRELL Secretary LIBBA BARNETT SUE LENNARD Treasurer PATTY BRADLEY JOANNE WERNER Advisor Mxss TORBERT MIss FLOURNOY LAM JUNIOR TALLULAH FALLS CLUB President . Vice President Secretary . . . Treasurer . Advisor . OFFICERS SANDY LUMPKIN DORSEY COLLINS . KAY GUTHRIE SALLY WILLIAMS . MRS. JONES 87 MH se PEP CLUB OFFICERS Co-ordinators . . .... . . DANNA DREWRY MARY ANN LATZ ANN O,HARA BOSWELL Sweethearts . . . WAYNE COLLINS CURTIS MILES JIM BLACK Sponsor . . . . . . MR. WALTER DURDEN The purpose of the Pep Club is to improve the spirit of Northside students during athletic events. This is done by making posters, signs, and decorations, including tassels and gay goal posts. SS ART CLUB OFFICERS President . . ...... JANE JENSEN Vice President . . JIMMY STRICKLAND Secretary . . . ELIZABETH STAFFORD Treasurer . . ELEANOR REESE Sponsor . . MR. LARRY SMITH The aim of the Art Club is to promote the betterment of the school through art. Its mem- bers draw posters for Northside activities and decorate for Northside's social functions. JUNIOR RED CROSS OFFICERS President . . . ..... . LYNNE BRAUER Vice President . . MIKE WINCKLER Secretary . . . JERRY ROSENBURG Treasurer . . . JUDY MO'UCHET Treasurer, II . . GREG GREGORY Sponsor ............. MIss NIBLACK The American Junior Red Cross is one of the few organizations at Northside in which every stu- dent may participate. Besides the annual member- ship drive in the fall, the Red Cross sponsors the filling of a High School Chest to be sent abroad. GIRLS' CHCjRlJiS Wi As in the past, the Girls, and Mixed Choruses have done a fine job this year. In December they performed for the Northside P.T.A. and again for the student body in an impressive Christmas program. In March in the Music Festival they were given an Excellent rating. Oilicers of the Mixed Chorus are President, Bill Whorleyg Vice President, Alton Curtis, Secretary, Laurie Bunteg Treasurer, Means Davis. The director is Miss Elizabeth Mallard. MIXED CHORUS 89 F"g1Vl THE NORTHSIDE TIGER BAND This year the Northside Tiger Band was at its best. It gave us many spectacular and entertaining half-time shows which Were made possible through the capable leadership of Mr. Robert Waggoner, through many before-school re- hearsals, and through the perserverance and determination of each band member. The second half of the year Was de- voted to producing fine concert music through which the band Won a trip to Roanoke, Virginia, in April, to perform for the Southeast Conference of Music Educators. The band has Won several honors this year and deserves the respect and recognition for which it has worked. A display of fire bofons ond spurklers by the Mujorehes and Tigereftes 90 r'-'if A i W Wx i ji iq S. 1 .A 7 1 R -Q ' V 3, fr-1-. ii P'-s THE TIGERETTES AND THEIR CAPTAINS: Nancy Walker, Judy Owens, Susie Morrison, Mary Staton, Danny Cameron, and Sandra Williams. THE TIGERETTES For the first time, Northside has had a precision drill team to Work with the Band and Majorettes in half-time shows, pa- rades, and other activities. The group consist of girls under the direction of Miss Carswell, Mrs. Bryan, and Mr. Waggoner, With the aid of six captains. THE MAJORETTES The Majorettes have done a creditable job with the band and Tigerettes in performing in half-time shows, parades, and other activities connected with the school. Their color and talent have added much to school spirit. THE MAJORETTES: Lana Ball, Patty Bradley, Sandra Byrd, Judy Hayes, Margaret Whitley, Judy Fox, and Marsha Clifton. Drum Major RICHARD BINGHAM Ki 91 a re 7 'W W' . ,,., H ,fi , -fQ55.?"" If 1 3'-at-s Battle Group - Northside Regiment R. O. T. C. The battle group of the Northside Regiment this year again proved itself a Worthy unit. It Won first place as best unit in the Georgia Military District In- spection, and the group took second place in the Vet- erans' Day Parade. Other activities included Sponsor's Day and Saber Day. The instructors are Captain Dabbs, Sergeant Hughey, and Sergeant Yarbrough. Cadet Colonel Pete Henson receives his saber from his mother. 92 Color Guard: Jerry Rosser, Edward Morris, Steve Rich, Rufus Cors- well OFFICERS CADETS cmd rv STG CADET LT, COLONEL JACK CARROLL Sponsor: MARTY MEDFORD CADET COLONEL PETE HENSON Sponsor: KAREN DIXON CADET MAJOR LAMAR LUMMUS Sponsor: ALICIA SAUNDERS nu, lQ"!f CADET MAJOR GERALD GIVENS Sponsor: CAROL COWAN A-5. ' CADET MAJOR BRUCE DONNELLY Sponsor: CATHERINE BROWN CADET CAPTAIN JOEL ADDISON CADET CAPTAIN MIKE BROADBEAR CADET CAPTAIN EDWARD EISON CADET CAPTAIN PETE FURNISS - : CAROLYN WILLIAMS Sponsor: HARRIETTE JAMES Sponsor: GAY CORVETTE Sponsor. JUDY BREMER 5P0"50' ' 94 CADET FIRST LT. ROBIN MILLER Sponsor: LYDIA WHITMIRE 47. :- CADET FIRST LT. BILL BARTEE Sponsor: SALLY ANGER Qi!- SPGNSORS Northside Sponsors' Day is held in the spring of every year. Each officer in the ROTC chooses one girl to sponsor his group. On the big day the girls, dressed in white and carrying red roses, are escorted around the reviewing fields, and presented to the group which they are sponsoring. The color guard and the marching band help to make the program a success. This day is always much enjoyed by the student body. if CADET FIRST LT. JERRY NEY Sponsor: BARBARA BAIN CADET FIRST LT. DAVID CRANE Sponsor: GLENDA BLACK 'W i CADET FIRST LT. nous JOHNSTON CADET SECOND LT. RANDALL aARRoN CADET SECOND LT. ROSS FIELDS CADET FIRST LT- JIMMY ELLENBURG sponsor. KATHERINE BRANAN sponsor. JOAN BYERS Sponsor: PAT RHODES SPO"-'0": GLENDA BE'-VER5 95 Wifh fhe underclassmen resf Norfhside's fufure and fra- difions. The five years spenf wifhin fhe halls of Norfhside will leave an indelible impression upon fheir hearfs, minds, and lives. Experiences, friends, beliefs, ideals, knowledge- fhis is fhe bounfiful harvesf from which fheir lives will be builf. To Norfhside fhe underclassmen will give fheir enfhusiasm, fheir youfh, fheir energies-whafever is needed in our greaf high school. Upon you, fhe underclassman, fhe fufure senior, fhe cifizen of fomorrow, we reverenfly besfow our hopes and our school. May you fulfill all expecfafions. OFFICERS President BiLLY ROBERTS Vice- president JOE MARTIN Secretary GAIL HORTON Treasurer LIBBA Hou' Y J, . 1 L' i ' w Bl awg 5, fx .: V' Lf, ,, if , Q. , Y 3' ' v .. mmf! 'rl' 1i,l'li 'Ai 1 ill .,,:y1fl,- I 5, 5 9' 1'- :Q nf -1 .5 ' l 1 gi ,, w a 'I' 41:4 if , le i 3 if f 51 :vi Q "1 55 5' 55 3 3 ? 5 ' gag , 531 4 2: :v a gr ,gif s 3 5 5 , , : , Q ' I 1 51 fl ,e -i tg 3 JUNICDRS - CLASS or 1960 0- 6 1. '99 Q35 " i 1" R . S Black, Nancy, Eg Boardman, Bob, A, Born, Judy, 0, Boswell Ann O'Hara, Ag Boykin, Joyce Ag Braden, Larry, U, Bradley Mary, Eg Branan, Katherine, 1' Brandon, Suellen, Q3 Braswell, Tommy, Kg Brigham, Priscilla, Ag Brooks, jerry, 2, Brougham, . Kathryn, Eg Brown, Dale, Eg h In Buck, Cathy, Eg Bunce, Lau- rie. A. If Bushoven Neal A' Cameron - Danielle, 52, Carnes, Virginia Carroll, Connie, ll, Casey, Dolly 7 ! 1 7 i A Q1 , E: ' 3 1 xv? ff. A, Chandler, C. L., Kg Chapin, -I Richard, Ag Charvin, Celia, A. .. : ,Q "5 .X w , . 2 ew 1 f 555 5 1. A 0-.. A 5. L 'B' Cm Abernathy, Julian, 0, Alberson, Gary, Kg Anger, Sally, Kg Arp, Muffer, li, Arrington, Diane, Ag Ayer, Jane, Eg Baer, Albert, l'g Bailey, Mike, A. Bairstow, Rosina, SZ, Baker, Karen, Ag Ball, Lana, E, Bates Pam, 0, Beavers, Glenda, E Beckman, Bill, Kg Bell, Gene S2 Berry, Betty Lou. in--' -.f V7 1-ev QT X . '-'77 we ,. af -ff N in vw ,, -: i t ,M A f Y - J ,gg X r ff . Vs, S 4 l J ii it wa., 4. xv, I are . :L J! 7 Ives- . " ,Q ' A ,W . , Q2 S rp , avi 22' if if ' A J W J Wai H e. 'Y im 3, Dobbs, Terri, Ag Duncan, Bart, 0, Dunn, Martha, Eg Dunn, Susan, Hg Eason, Robert, Y, Edwards, Bobby S23 Edwards, John, 2, Edwards, Rebekah, E. Ehrlich, Peggy E., Eicliler, Alan Q, Ellenburg, Kaye, Eg Farmer, Muriel, Eg Farrell, Anne, Eg Filer, Nancy, Pg FitzSimons, Mit, 19, Garber, Eliot, T. Gay, Sandra, T, Glenn, Judy, Kg Godwin, Jimmy, Pg Gold, Allan, Eg Green, Bill, Ag Grubbs, Gor- don, 9, Hagood, Cynthia, Pg Hall, Flossie, K. Hamburger, Marc, Q5 Hanes, Gcorgene, 9, Hansberger, Skip- py, Kg Hardwick, John, Eg Harsh, Wendy Lee, I'g Haskell, Dick Q, Havcr, Faye, Eg Hayes, Sue, A. we af . an Q E, , i 'I' aa af , a, " . s Chatfield, Mimi, l'g Christian Wfayne, 9, Clarke, Melvine, A Clein, Linda, Q5 Clifton, Marsha Kg Coker, Carolyn, F, Coleman Gary, Ag Coleman, Louise, I' Collins, Margaret, Kg Cooper Jodie, Kg Craven, Margaret Ann: Q, Crayton, Beckie, Eg Crosby, Ken, Eg Culp, Bill, Ag Curbow, Judy, U, Curtis, Alton, A. Davis, Francee, Eg Davis, Kip, Davis Sherry, 0, Day, Karen, Ag Delman, George, F, deMayo Anne, Ag Dismukes, John, Dobbs, Talmage, 0. ,uv-, W iw 133' 'if' i 'ss- gi. C i ' 0 . . i Q' A , M " K J f fr' , , A if , f J 99 Heeney, Mary, Q, Henry, Judy, Kg Herclon, Robert, Eg Hern- don, Stanley, Ag Hill, Richard, Q, Holland, Linda, Q5 Holland Truman, Kg Holt, Libba, 0. n Hornbuckle, Clark, Pg Horton Gail, 05 Huff, Tina, Q, Hulsey, Evette, Eg Hurd, Richard, K, Hutchinson, Arthur, Ag Ingols, Marcia, Q, James, Harriette, E. s Jenkins, Linda, Ag Johnson, Leah, QgJones, Jimmy, Eg Jones, Rusty, Ag Kahn, Jan, Pg Kemp- ton, Frances, Eg King, Sam Eg Kinner, Ann, E. x ,I-FY 4, :L tr- 'EI' Kinton. Thomas, l'g Kise, Me- dora, PI, Lu Budde, Diane, A, Ledbetter, Nancy, A, Lenahan, Dana, Eg Lennard, Sue, Eg Leonard, Robert, Ag Levin Lois, SZ. x Levy, Irene, V, Liggin, Eliza- beth, l'g Little, Susie, Q, Locke, Pat, Eg Lowe, live, 0, Loyless, Helen, SZ, Luce, Carolyn, Ag Lynch, Ken, K. McClellan, Carol, Eg McCoy, Bill, Ag McDaniel, Stuart, Eg McFarlane, jan, Vg McKinley, Larry, l', Madison, Cliff, Eg Marks, Linda, 11, Mike. Marshall, i , - w A .3 A 1 f 'C' 1 , KW, ' f . IJ- X1 ,V il 1 Wulf' il :lf "V till 'ii1f"l it H., In A 3,5 : its -, . 'CW' , , , P18 'V' . -' 5.1. ' X X g sf s7Z'E2:f:Z 'Z ' - ' Paulson, jim, l'g Peacock, Jim- my, ll, Perry, Lynne, Ag Phelps, Ernie, Ag Pinkerton, Jerry Lee, 0, Pirnie, Scott, Eg Posner, Em- ilie, Poss, Betty, K. Raley, Nancy, S25 Rary, Linton, A, Redfern, Lee, l'q Reed, Den- ny, K, Reese, Skipper, 0, Reeves, Dixon, Eg Reinhard, Elise, Eg Reynolds, Wrxody, 0. Rhodes, jane, Eg Rich, Steve Ag Robbins, Patty, Pg Robbel Dixie, Roberts, Barbara, Q, Roberts, Billy, l'g Robertson, Anne, l', Rosebush, Mary, E. y v qv-.. Aw, fi. ari- Emir! A fn 2371 w 4. 1ff"'Pi Ph ff 6. ,J Li? . M 5 i M, - fi lv, 5 S an Y. 'fax , Q V M. F7 dl 7 i' , 1 5- . so T' ' 'GI , 'ref Q X s. 35, 4. , W , is N i 'gi' 2, I sz S V ' 'X i .Ai f M W. ' 'fe' 2 3 L if , ,bk , , -'ii i 5 :3 .,,,ffiii i A. i it s V to is ' K ' ' N, B if '1 Eiiiiv iiilii R , 1 I , 1 . f sf' .tsiiaw izzsszi . '-W 7, "J: Q! 'fd' K , if X 4 , I A f 'I . 4 i f ,.,,. e' X-A I f arg' , if Q fe tai, .L sl t s e aa 5 iv ME A . fl- a A F 2. ' it i s 100 barag Michaels, Ray, 95 Millkey Herb, 0, Milton, Buddy, A. Mitcham, Harry, Eg Mitchell Charlann, Eg Mohr, Janice, .lg Monerief, Mercer, P, Moore i Beverly, Ag Morris, Diane, SZ, Morris, Edward, E. Morrison, Genie, Ag Morrison Susan, E, Mullen, Kathe, Kg Murray, Chatham, Ag Myers Lula, Ag Myers, Top, A, Nix Helen, K. O'Callaghan, Marky, 1'g Ogle- trce, Elaine, K, Ottesen, Bob, S25 Owens, Judy, Eg Paine, Suzie, 0, Parks, Phyllis, Ag Par- mele, John, Zi. 1 . 1,1'?" ,Mtn , i .t '., :Q pw -i 11935, M N K 2, 'ia 6' CLASS Martin, Joe, Ag Martin, John, Eg Martini, Claire, 05 Merlin, Bar- , 19 my Z' if , .., , . ,Wim , s if Z, 'Nw "1 K' pgs S' if - . ,,,,a9 ' 6 I I,g.S i R, as 3: 1 'f' f t a Y V-KW xA Rexx Xi. lt I ' pta, U ' fi A N VZZH' fx Q ' , 7 s Q af A' 3 in qw. WV A V . gg . Q-ivaw ,. .fe .ii l""l'l f ' ff E Q lady, num. Styring, Nancy, A, Sulzer, Bob 0, Sykes, Linda, Kg Tabb, Bill A, Tarantino, Mike, K, Taylor Scott, 6, Thompson, Ellen, A. Thompson, Turea, Ag Thorn burg, Sally, Ag Tison, Penny, 0 Tolleson, Pat, K, Tomlin, Anne, Ag Tufts, Anne, Ag Voit, Di- ane, K. Wfalker, Nancy, Ag Walters, Charles, SZ, Ward, Leland, Ag Watts, jimmy, Eg Webb, Vicki, Eg Wells, Margretta, Q, Werner, Bill, Q. Werner, Joanne, Eg Weston Barbara, Il, Whitaker, Bill, 2, W'hitaker, Elaine, 0, Whitmire, Cynthia, Ag Whitmire, Lydia 0, Wight, Allen, A. Rubin, Leslie, F, Sanders, Sandy, Kg Saul, Alan, Kg Saunders Alicia, Q, Schroder, Van, Schroeder, Maralyn, Q, Schwartz, Ann, 0, Seigle, Eliza- beth Ann, K. Senart, Stephen H., Ag Shapiro Ben, Q, Sharp, Carol, Eg Shrop- shire, Roselyn, Ag Simmons Jim, U, Simpson, Charlie, K, Smith, Rachel, Ag Smith, Vir- ginia, Il. Snipes, David, 0, Spurlin, Dan- iel, Ag Stanford, Janet, Eg Sta- ton, Mary, Eg Steele, Betty Ann, Stiemke, Gwcnda, Kg Stratton, Kim, Eg Strickland, Jimmy, Q. , S' ' 1 X 8,-H, , i l Q il Y' Ge it 2, 's ,T Wight, Libba, F, Wilkes, Teresa, K, Wilkie, Brenda, Ag Williams, Carol, Eg Williams, Linda, 93 Williams, Red, Eg Williams, Roy, Ag Williams, Sandra, Q. Willingham, Ronnie, Kg Wills, Claude, K, Wilson, Gay, Q, Wilson, Martha, Eg Wilson, Tom, Ag Winston, Cotton, F, Wise, David, Eg Witherspoon, Nan, I'. Wolff, Bernard, Ag Wooten, Penny, Q, Young, Jim, Q, Young, Robert, E. Not Picwred: Chandler, Sandra, 0, McCor- mack, Sally, 0, Schiff, David. SOPHOMORE HOME ROOM , E PRESIDENTS K 3 E W A 2 EI? 5 as GARY PATTERSON GEORGE MILLER NANCY GORE JIMMY CARR D1c1uE JONES BARBARA BAIN HANK STELLGES FRANK COURTNEY BRAD WEBB Adams, Lin,da, Eg Alford, Gary, Hg Allen, Sheri, Ag Allison, Bob, Ag Alverson, Pat, Kg Ambery, Bobby, Kg Anderson, Tommy, Eg Angel, Susan, 0. Angelich, George, 0g Askue, Richard, 2, Bailey, Jeanne, A, Bain, Barbara, 0, Bairstow, Betsy, Kg Baker, Richard, Bal- comb, Jack, Qg Balcomb, Jill, E. Barksdale, Nona, Eg Barnett, Jody, Eg Barnett, Libba, Ag Barr, Belinda, Ag Barron, Ben, Qg Batho, Barbara, Kg Baugh- man, Susang Berry, Jimmy, E. Welder, Lucia, Ag Blaine, Helen Eg Bomar, Mary Kent, K Bounds, Johnny, Hg Bradbury, Tom, A. Bradbury, Sherron, 03 Bradley, Don, Ag Bradley, Patty, Eg Bradley, Peggy, Ag Branch, Bar- bara, Ag Bremer, Judy, Kg Bridges, Dick, Kg Brooks, Jim, Eg Brooks, Mac, l'. Brown, Cathy, Ag Brown, Rob- ert, Ag Brown, Sally, Eg Brown, Susan, Hg Brunner, Lyn, I'g Buck, Judy, Q3 Buice, John- ny, A. Betts, Ibby, Kg Bigelow, Judy, Hg Blackwelder, Linda, 0g Black- y CLASS OF 1961 f if N M l - A new 3, . ,A fy, 1 , 12.7, sc -dw V- In .- an Ze'-1 'Er if. fi- "Wi Sf- R . A N ' f' i ' ,-, ,- W f to 3 ' '2"' S , ' I A, alma. A A A A 43" I J if F ' A ., Y 'Eff' , 'se' , ' .H I Y :fe ' . M 2' Y' ' .,,. A ' f lj if ' A 1 V ' rg' I gg . 1- J.. , A , .. -ff . J' ' N fi- a . L, ' W, , ai- J' 'kt L- ee fe! 'W' - f -A '." ' T' A K ---" I 6 H 'Lively L ,X -"" : fr: if 6' " Q.. A Z V, gf- Ezra ir' jf, B.-av - -- , I A Nw-1 i ' , 31 ':. A 9 A ix E 'I - ik B, S fx N -I .. "' Q fn , A-. 4- Q' Q Y ir , V A - ,Q .21 -iw 'A F-T' " ,gift " 5 -'E g R.:-'Q M I 3, TV J jg K, V ,L Q .nl ga ,. Q 5 il fr- it ,JL ' iv '-+i"'f- Q? gf , , - ' , . -.M if 5, J QA - iff 'l Y EA 7, 1 gtk ri- Y- A fix A 102 , ez ff s . Q fl' -. QQ Burch, Davy, F, Burnette, Rob- : ' H , .V - ,Q f ert, Q, Cale, Bennett, Kg Cal- f", 1 "fi g ,Q '-- . - Q- V, 3 ' 'V' ' houn, Stewart, 0, Campbell, k I f"' kk " if 2 ' fig Q , 1, Mike, ll, Cancller, Asa, F, QQ ' - K 'J J ,. 7 fi " " ' Candler, Gail, Eg Carnes, Gin- '12 --, Y.. I ':"' in Us 'V C14 ' . f i ' HY, K- aakiia. .. , 35 ""' 5 x MMG , Q .' Q , ,. Carr, Jimmy, Ag Carroll, Bea, ' M Q. Q .,v,,, Q Q"' V 'Qi ' r , QV., V Chapman, Penny, Ag Childs, ' 3 Q ,sum Q ' il'-S,Q if I i , i R Richard, A, Claffey, Halla, F, . 5' ' ' 'QF' s-,gf A mi' ,eg A 553 Clark, David, Ag Clement, Jim- Q , W, , . .,.'., Q , ,alr Q ,QD my, F, Cohen, Barbara, Q. Q , ' , .,,,,,.,., , .Q , IQ. ,,.. . 'Nj ui 'W fi' il X-. ,Q Cohen, Judy, Q, Coile, Herlene, ,, - Q f l'g Coley, cokey, Ag Conway, M - , 'V A .M . , gl' .V A. C. K' Courtne Frank A' Q K Q, ,gg . . k , 'Q ,, . t ,Q . 4? , i Yi , s Q ,iam ' Q ig, -. V U La ' 7 S, W , Cowan, Chip, Q, Crawford, Har- 'Wi i--. . Q i' N ' "' ' den, Eg Crew, Jim, Ag Cutler, ' ' A ,QT Q Q . , , Q! Q -- Q Charles, 22. ' .,..,. if ' do ' "" st. tx Q Q Q ' k,'1"' V 'Q Daniel, Marlece, Kg Davis, Rob- ' QQ, ' Q ,Q ,Q Q WWQ, ertg Davis, Teddy, Eg Dellen- fi " " Q GQ . XQ Vf QV in W back, Anna, ll, Denny, Jim, Ag 2 A ,gi .V i W I ' i J ' Dew, Jimmy, Ag Dietrich, Don- Q I Q ,"L'Lf Q 3 t 6113, Q, I , ,, 1 f Q , 315935 J Q' M Q JK if 6 ii J Ti a We , Dinkins, India, 0, Dixon, Neva, ' r - ' if l Q , Kg Dobbins, Jayne, Ag Dobes, 5 ' M ' 'FV' W I , sf- Q W. Bill, K, Doetsch, Tracy, E, ii - -Z Q was QQQ 5 Q QS: ' Dolson, Bonnie, Ag Dominy, . -JIVI f ,Z: , 125- ll ' 'str' 'Ig:Q QV Q Molly, Ag Drexler, Joe, Q. ffl 7 ' " 1-' LEW! ' J ff F D '-' X - J , A "" - Duncan, Joni, Ag Eastland, Jack, Q K ii Q E, Ellenburg, Homer, F, El- 'QQ Q A 4 QQ AQQQ i,Q VQ if-Sgr lington, Sandra, Ag Erckman, ' Q '-, . ' - . 5 we I Q32 f Z iv' Carol, 2, Erckman, Richard, Kg - ' QQ .'... i if W. EVAHSQ BHIQ EQ EVKHSQ John, AQ , .,-v-A QQQ QQ , Y Q , QQQL Q ,- V 1 - tl 1 l '----. , i , , 1 1 Findley, Harriet, Eg Fitzpatrick, ,Q A H H, Q H Q Bruce, Ts Fletcher, Jimmy, 0, A ,. ,, Q Q f m ' mf -rf ,.i f Ford, Frank, Franklin, Sam, F, .f.,,, M Q ki Q E? Q fi' J: f Gaffney, Raiford, Q, Garrison, my '-2 ' W. 5 J f ,F sggx F ' J Tucker, Hg Ghertner, Andy, 0. 7 ii 2 ,f i -I -'if-.-5'-Ve-'. ',, W -'-.-- - A J' MQ-.Qi V 'isa "'- - . gif? 1 2 V e-v- Q 1 . Gibson, Malcolm, Q, Gilstrap, ' Q . . . .iii Carol, 0, Gladden, Steve, 0, ii .fm " - IQ M I if Q W ,i'- , 7 W 'f' Glaser, Brenda, 0, Glover, Abe, QQ AMQ: x ,M Q Q Q3 : N ' xg Eg Goodwin, Franklin, Kg Gore, f ' - ,, 3,-4 ,Q Q -: 1: C'-. ll' Nancy, Q, Graham, Kathleen, E. , J i , Q llunl Q, Qxhz i f Q 7 Q ' Q ,,-' Lk, ' - J - ' X V V Graham, Patsy, 9, Grant, Alicia, ' i? J , , - ' . ..-2. Q . ,QQ i .. AQ Q., Ag Greever, Lee, Kg Griesemer Q , ' -H " 1 V -1 "N f 'Gi' - H' , , ' Patty, Ag Gwyn, Billy, Eg Had- ' '-" Z Asif Y 'iZ.,QQQ. AQ? , - "-- 5' lg kb? 3 away, David, F, Haines, Martha " .4-::V J w if f- J "' ' 7 1-19. I ' A 2, Hamilton, Bobby, A. ., r,- -:' QQ .Q "' viii: Handmacher, Maxine, Pg Har- , V - -1 ' Q , 'Q 3,-Q Q grett, Haines, Ag Hargrove, Su- ", 45. -Q A 'gl-L ' Q Q :M QA san, Eg Harrell, Jane, 25 Har- ? AQ.:Q'V mot. Ki "" ', 'V QQ rison, Beverly, Q, Harrison, ,gf f A-QQ W? QQ, Q' ,1 22.1, if Carol, Eg Hasell, Jackie, Ag Q p , , QQQ5 QQQ, Q, MQ , gf ,.., , . W, Q Hgversfick, Jim, K, Sl Q, if x 5 Q A Q , . ,, , ' ,. A it ' iii Hayes, Judi, Eg Heeney, Billy, , ,Q Qi ' I -Q Q -rj V. 6 Q, Heiskell, Andy, 0, Hemphill, Q ' , t 1 3 ' IQIQ i if Q- 4 - i- ,rl . A Q Marlene, Kg Hill, Bob, Ag Hin- . 3 ' 1 for " ' 1 ".Q if-H W V -. tj- son, James, Hodges, Barry, Q, ' i i ' Q Q Q, W' FQ, Q. Q ' Qi., Holloway, Charles, A. iy U '.. : ': 1 ""- , , +V fix " ' 5 55 5' ? ff ,, - f f i ia fin, ,inf C ' Q J Q-,.. , Holman, Johnny, K, Hosford, Q ' ' Q 1- Z, - Q ,Q f Mike, A, Hudgins, Ann, 05 . if in H mi .Q " me is ' ,M ' ai Hudson, Patricia Ann, Eg fi i Q ' "V.Q V- ta, ' 1, ij! K :'Q Hughes, Joel H., 0, lson, Bar- .,:Q. QQQQQ 7M'f " Q " 1 'V " If ,i "" i bara, 0, Jernigan, Lamar, l'. 9 Q lV -- - ' Q "-V ..-. . 1 My 103 i Johnson, Bill, A, Johnson, Nan, , W 53 Ag Johnson, Paul, Eg Johnston, 1' . "A, Q Doug, Jones, Allen, Eg Jones, - w 'eff' C' - Celia, K, Jones, Dickie, 05 Jones, YP , 7 i Linda Beth, 111, fl A ,, J 4 . ..,,, , ik ' i' 1 .ia 1 Jones, Woody, E, Katz, Margot, IC, Kennedy, Carole, A, Kincaid, M yi, :rss 1 an - 87,2 jim, sz, Kirby, Doug, A, Kirby, L , s 'W 'fl' K J ' , g, H Milton, SZ, Kirwan, Bruce, Q, 'YE' tQ1'g ,Levy 5'iI'H is Lau, Doris, P. V v M 'J i i ' 4' if Q Le Shanna, Judy, Kg Lind, Kris- ' ten, Ag Lindstrom, Fred, Q, 6 , Q. 3 , , A Lines, Louise, Q, Little, Pat A, 4 ' LN ,J L-, an Logan, Sue, 95 Love, Susi, Kg ' "" " if it 'Q' McClelland Ralph A. J .- Q. . I 5 ,f i v , J it , -.PX McClure, Edward, 05 McCon- A' r key, Peggy, 25 McDonough, , , P My L, A 3 I gg Sheila, A, McKay, Patricia, K3 Q., , "Z", R X , gg , McKenney, Bob, Ag McMichael, iq .. f 1 ,M ,al , 17" . Ben, 9, McRee, Fran, Pg Mal- fy I ""' :" 5 lett, Jimmy, ll. s N 55 X lx PA L we , Q Malone, Candy, Eg Mansfield, , ,,, K J Robert, Q, MGPP, Mary, Q, Rif' 'Q' 'A i 5 Q 'fl L Marshall, Steve, 12, Martin, Car- L T' . ' ' 'fs-"K olyn, P, Martin, Steve, Q, Maltz, 9 'F . ,fm Q Sharon, E, Meroncy, Pat, Q. ,,. , ,. an vi s Methvin, Kay, Ag Meyer, Laura 'E 4' M ,ml Frances, 0, Miller, Carole, Eg A X 2, ' 'Q L, K 'K 14" Miller, George, Q, Miller, Joe, nc' gf 457- K , Q- 6, Moore, Janice, Ag Moore, Y Q 1 f i ' j , - Judy, Ag Moore, Pat. ' , -if . A - ' , L 1 if , x X l A . 5 Y Morgan, Becki, E, Morgan, Bill, dy Q gg ,, , K, Morris, Tom, l', Morrison, F L- A sk. "" 'X W' , Leslie, Q, Murray, Herndon, Ag ,-Tl! 5 ' V. N --' Myers, Fred, 49, Myers, Marilyn, 1 Qi' i ' f X W E, Nabors, Allen, K. Nesbitt, Elaine, E, Ney, Jimmy if W S. . y 45. A C in - 23 Ag Nichols, Carol, Kg Nix, i "' - - LA ' Judy, E, Norton, Herbert, 'ij' A ,r 'ir TC7! 1? Nunn, Gary, Ag Ott, Dee, Ow- ' l A A 3 , N ens, Victor, E. 4 it. f Pair, Jenny, ll, Parrish, Patsy, V l', Parrott, Eddie, Eg Patterson, Jw, hp W F . V 4' " -Y ' ,gg Gary, 9: Payne, Johnny, Eg L.. ,L Q .. 3 Vg 'D V' 'L Pember, Nancy, Eg Perry, 'W " i 1 Q f , ' 5'7" Charles, S23 Pittard, Jack, P. Q li K I ' I K ,,, ' g H 'Q F s fi r of WL ' if Powell, Jim, Ag Purdy, Gerry, ll, Pugh, Kay, Eg Rapp, Jean- ,, I -a gr, nctte, l', Rary, Jean, E, " Q B J 6' M v Rary, Larry, Q, Rauch, Barbara, 'N' 'tl' stuff " ff A, Redd, John, Q. I i l Reed, Ralph, l'g Reese, Elinor, 0, .5-2 A Reeves, Paden, A, Rhoads, Pa- 641 s ' , AM EQ 'Q it .E trieia, 0, Ricciardi, Julie-Anne, e , fi' 72" 'ew ...-33, . , Z, Riggs, Victor, Roberts, ,g PM zhi WS! li I George, l', Robinson, Laura, 0. ,V,Ak ii " I V l L ,O I f. Q 5 . '--' Rodbell, Paul, P, Rood, Ralph, M - Ag Rookker, Peggy, 0, Roolter, l .,, 51 '-6-Tis 5, Q 4. Q. , Ai' W Penn Winston, A, Rosenberg, j -,L wx . J -gt.-5' fr L Jerry, li, Rosenblum, Jerry, A, - V QWY, 5 i it ff' Rosenkoetter, Lynne, Q, Rosen- 1 I ' stein, Lynda, A. ,- 7 , - . f ' of We 104 . A QQ gg: are fi. , Q 7 Q - A i QQ f YW Q Q W W Q Rosser, Jerry, Ixg Roy, Linda, Kg Q' A mfs? ,QQE Saks, Susan, Q, Sanford, Jackie, . - ,Q A """v ' lf 1 - f i Ag Schiller, Bill, Kg Schwartz- ' i f :J . lt if! man, Sivia, Q, Scott, Buz, l'g K ar' QQ Schultz, Fritz, K. A Q ' - - Q - ' Seay, Carolyn, Kg Serviss, Diana, QQ, W -Q QMQ .. 4 Q MM I M 'fiti ii in Eg Settle, jimmy, 2, Seydel, Q' , f' ' LT' We " wad ' 'ff - A, f Susan, Ag Shafer, jack, T5 , l "-' i 5 -W' -, fl .- 5 Sharpe, Carol, Q, Shefheld, John, A J ".,a,,. lg, A: Shepherd, Billy, K. 'A V WM W .W Shirley, Robert, Eg Simon, Tl' ' M ' ' N Twinkie, E, Skorman, Steve, fl, ' it Smith, Add G., Smith, Llewel- Q Q . .X I - 8 , lyn, Kg Smith, Walter, K, f 4 , - 7 'HQ Sli fm , ' ' L. l ' fi Stelljes, Hank, Q, Stevens, Hazen Q f gg . Q Q. ' , hy 'Sill' Hadley, 0. tr' QE W' gi 'I ",' 4 Q " if A ' ' Stevens, Mike, Eg Syme, Linda, ji. . V , i ' '.,. , fa till K9 Talley, Mary, As Tate, Con- l ,,.' 'v"," " 'ii' .L ' ":' l . ill 'i A nie, Kg Therrell, Marie, 0, , f "k'k-k ' , Thornton, Herbert, 0, Thran- ' Q ' Qg hardt, Freddy, Eg Thurman, M . ,A Sli' 'G 6 f . ' Buddy, 21. -, ,, V 2-A ia, "' . .. M- ig , ,- , . ' 4- Q 5. -- ms j ,, , -Q ilu, - ,, .Q Q, Eg? 4 1", ' ':':' ' 4 T 7 Thwaite, Charlie, E, Tinney, Q Z QM 'ii' . ii A Judy, Kg Tipton, Lina, 23 N me 1 . - "'Q YQ i x Q , "' - M Q Q,- , 1 ' Q' Trammell, Greg, Eg Troy, Dot- Q . - 1 , is s gr - 1 if , sr 5 . . , " ' lw ' , f 'IP'-si ix' '. av tie, Ag Tuttle, Nancy, Hg Ulrlcl, .Qqf-' 1' '- , '. , Sig Q , '- 1 5- Q Q Janice, Eg Velkoff, Mike, K. P' 5 S 4 ,gf V 95, Wade, Roy, 0, Wvainwright, .Q V - ' I.. Beckie, Q3 Waite, Bobby, Q9 . QM ,.,,Q Q, i X 7 QQ ..'. ,T , Walters, Jakki, 0, Warlick, Ellis, .Q LJ "2 " i - . ' Q , Q , Q' .i Ag Warner, Tommy, Warren, A Z. gum, M 'YET' .QQKQQQ 'if Q, kj,- Jim, Us Wiililiiiiii, Dick, A. I '1 A fi I , f iiifkiia ,Ji .Q W '--' - l - be ii- f it fasa if ,Q . 1.Q,Q5, Q Q Waters, Diane, Kg Webb, Brad, 5' i F - 2 Q ' Q5 Weinstein, Mack, Pg Weir, Q35 Q i JQ Q' HX ' "i., fa 5' S28 io Paula, Q5 Weitz, Carla, Ag i n Q ' 'Ex "' in , , .,,. Z 4 - Q Q . Welborni Jim, Us Werner, Nan- - . .:.-. f "" ' , 5 -'.' W il . '57 i CYQ AQ Werner, WayneQ QQ Q .,., A ,Q 'EII 5 ag I. , . ,ij ' ,. ,..-W, Ne, W . West, Dorrene, Eg White, Rod- , ' TQ 1 , Q iiii I dy, Ag Whitley, Margaret, Pg 3. - My 1' - . , fa ?" - QQ - QQ Is.fQ! Whitney, Abbott, 1'g Wilhoit, 5 ,. 16 W i it ffl " '-" N' fy W si- , Jack, Eg Wilkinson, Sandra, Eg - I l km 5, x l ,Iliff Z: 'lvl - 'ML W Wilkinson, Woody, Ag Williams, -I Q, - Q- e ' -"" ,',,',.' l ' Beverly, K. -,I- Q' f K " ""' I . ' ' L AY ' - : nr Q Q QR QQ QQ Q Q .,.., a,...QQ Williams, Elizabeth, Ag Wil- "'l" 1 5 my Q . ia-Qi? Q i i gf liams, Roger, F, Williams, Ron- C , 54 if ---e - 'JK' di, I f '..-.. I fm Q5 Q 4 5" -- f nie, Ag Williams Vernon T' 4- ' il Y '. ' Q --,, " if-f " i m- ' i 1 1- we-M, , 1- ,f - W f 1, il t 4.-f Willingham, Anna, El Willis, - W, fi' l f ----iii 1'- a ff, A '- - Johnny, 2, Wilson, Tiiili, E. , e l .-e - i gl' is i ,l., .,,., Q 'il Wood,Mi11ie, Eg Wylly, Bobby, -, ' ., ii - ,l Ag Young, Sandra, A. ' WQQQQ Q Not Pictured: Haverty, Jody, Kg Hgyneg, Tay- lor, Ag Kessler, Nancy, 05 Mar- tin, Jimmy, Pg Pitts, Wayne, F3 Stevens, Walter, Hg Wyatt, Buffy, E. 105 HOME ROOM PRESIDENTSA Standing: GERRY GERAKITIS ALEX GAINES BISHOP KELLEY Seated: FRANK MATTHEWS FRANK PURVIS SANDY LUMPKIN DORSEY COLLINS CLASS OF 1962 Adams, Butch, 9, Adams, Tuffy, 03 Addison, Paul, Kg Alford, Bob, Eg Alston, Todd, Kg An- derson, Johnny, Kg Appling, Tommy, Arp, Charles, 9. Arsenault, Larry, Eg Ascher Kenny, 0, Atkinson, Jim, Eg Avery, Gail, 05 Aycock, Garvin Ag Baldwin, Bill, Q5 Banks Pam, Kg Barclay, Pam, A. Barnes, Carol, Ag Barnes, Julie, Kg Bates, judy, Ag Beckett, Bill, Kg Beckman, Kathy, Ag Bell, Gordon, 0, Bingham, Allen, 03 Boardman, Barbara, Q. Boling, Cheryl, Ag Bomar Na-ncy, Ag Bondurant, Ann, Q, Borochoff, Lynn, Eg Bowie Stephanie Ann, Eg Bramblet, Charlotte, 0, Brauer, Larry, 05 Brewer, Boots, K. Bricker, Barbara Ag Briggs Spurgeon, 25 Brooks, Barbara Ag Bruce, Bob, T5 Brunner Benig Bryan, Bob, 0, Bunte, Louis, Kg Burnett, Charles, Q Burns, Robert, K, Bussey, Frank Kg Caldwell, Pete, Cameron Cindy, 05 Camp, Carole, Ag - Card, Nancy, Kg Carlyle, Sam E, Carroll, Butch, A. T 6 'F M fi' ,pf fi Nw ai , J -I5 2' fs gg, 1 e 'A we fx , 4' ,FEMA A iiafv-11 , HAM? 106 . ' G on y' qv. " 4: 'Nl if 2'1" E- -ui fi? o 7 , , ,. ' , I l xigiwwity, e Q... Chandler, Carol, l', Charles, M . Richard, E, Charter, Donna, 2 y - - ' M, Cherry, Randy, Ag Chester, Roy ,. , I I ' W tg' li, Clark, Earl, Ag Clarke, Rev, . Q. Kg Coco, Carl, A. . W :I 6 , A , gk 1 Cody, Charles, l'g Colby, Wil- ' . ,V Q ,V , if- 1 a lis, Ag Collins, Dorsey, 03 . ,E ' ' ,kt Compton, Carol, 0, Conard -i Q ' ' A' ' i ' 4 , Dee, Kg Coogler, Gala, 03 Corn ,yr V . Johnny, Ag Corvette, Gay. H li Q V E A in v , WSU- ' W 4 , -9- S: 5. l gh , I :W Crawley, Bill, 0, Crosby, David me ma y "SA D ' V 'QC , M' Ag Dannemon, Rita, Eg Davis, A .,,, 5 'rv 1.4 , .1 , "fw.g,"i wi 7 11 Ii.. Slang. K:1g3d3fliS, Tkwdgre, ' . - ' I Q t 'A bnl' 1 -, -N 1,5 ' e ive, u ey, Q, ennis, 6 l 663 ' N i : "' I U Mickey, Dupin, Lee, l'. f ay Q e 5 . as A51 iq K in , W' we Dwoskin, Michele, Hg Dye, Da- A Ki, '38 Q , in K vm vid, Eason, Shirley, Ylg Eddy, IL- . 5b faq 'Xi i ""' Kim' R ' Sam, Eg Eison, Donald, 95 Ek- Yii ' , 1 E N, i holm, Pat, S25 Ellenburg, Becky, ' dj f,' ,Qi l'g Ellison, Sandra, E. , VB' iii. 'A Ellman, Susie, Eg Emery, Pat, 6 g 'gf A' l', Engel, Bill, Eg Evans, Beth, - 'Of X, HS- A- L 95 Farnsworth, Susan, Q, Farr, ,wig S f-- x QSC' virgo , i f Mary Ellen, Eg Ficklen, Mary lik jx, 3,2 ' fa S ."i,4.i it Lyon, Qg Finney, Linda, 11 B is 1' l x 4 L gil ' Fisher, Venice, Ag Firten, Fran- t ' Q - , ces, Eg Fitzpatrick, Dicky, I'g mi in ' ' I - Q Flemister, Bill, Eg Frankel, Jer- W . Y "C ' old, Kg Freedman, Steve, Ag 1 'S ' 4 Ford, Bob, Es Foster, Kath- W 5 , in A ,Ax gn. ryn, A. 2 ..,, '55 5 7, 5 N," E as Gaines, Alex, EZ, Geffken, julie, ,., , 5 Ag Geigerman, Henry, Ag Geis- ler, Bill, Pg Gerakitis, Gerry, Eg ki Gillham, Martha, Hg Gladden, ' X, Tommy, Eg Gordon, jerry, E. K.,-,ie XR is , R , Ex X Gowdy, Phillipg Green, Mike, Ag - - Greenbaum, Harni, Ag Gregory, L- -A we Greg, Eg Gregory, Tommy, l'g 1' , 255. . Hx Grigsby, Johnny, Ag Groves, joe, y . -f . A ' Eg Grubb, Ann, A. ":"' A-I ii' ,Y W has Guthrie, Kay, Hg Hall, Bill, Ag 'W 4 64' 'AQ V 5- , 9- f . 1, " ,Lk i Hankwitz, Mary, 0, Hathcock, p ,gg ,W g ,fy 1 Billy, sz, Hayes, Marilyn, Eg X ,f is mn Y , Q Hagood, Tommy, Eg Heath, Pat, gi, I 'bg' ' 1 , K Kg Helton, Mary Ann, 0. ' Af V 5-4011 i 23: fl' : Sv E 4 N Hemphill, Charlene, Eg Hild- 6 f STN 'E 2 "" ' - ,, reth, Phil, A, Hill, Haywood, SZ, , ,, -23 .K .. Hitchins, john, 52, Hoard, Hel- A I 'B 1 is en, 12g Hobbs, Bess, Kg Holbert, i 5, . f Elyese, Kg Holden, Frances, 0. ' X Q1 3 j, I ,agei- 3 X , Holmes, Sidney, Ag Holz, Shad- , Q w we - '33 f 3 '35 S , avr burn, Ag Horn, Kathy, llg Ho- L' il", QQ. 4, Q24 L 'C' sea, Janice, Kg Howard. Jackie, XV. Wi I J , 1 K Eg Huff, Lynda, Eg Hunnicutt, ,X l' Brooksie, Kg Irwin, Jim, E. fe. 9. il jackson, Steve, l'g jenkins, Jen- in F 5, w, 3' an nye, l'g johnson, Scarlcttg jones, W ' Arg R KA ,W by Carroll, l'g jones, Dianne, Eg 9- sq" e . 2 'iff ff ,,, k , jones, Donna, Ag Jones, Doug, I l I 1 P yfll l'g Jones, Suzy, E. 107 in . W' '-if . hw., .Q-v , ,,,W,,,,,g if x Kaufman, Harvey, Q5 KCUCY. -f Bishop, SZ, Kelley, Sherrie, Kg 2 q , ,gg ,, Kelling, Harold, A, Kessler, I i ig ,S 1, MW , ,tg Dana, Kg Kidd, Terry, li, Kil- Q j wr' 'CM 'ff gore, Nancy, Ks KilPf1U'iCki 5 , M, Carol, A' A 7' ,, Kimbrough, Pat, Ag King, Kap- as V i py, Ag King, Robert, Ag Klein, 1' if fy 'Q' 5 AI A Bobby, l', Klorille, Leslie, Eg 'iff , cf? 'F' ,254 "SEQ Kohler, Sandy, 05 Lee, Linda, 1 1 , , 7 ' Kg Levin, Natalie, E. L, W , was M Levow, Amy, Eg Lineberger, -9 W .1 Q, - 5',:?i Beverly, Eg Laden, Patty, 52, A kv, V ,rv Q A' Long, Barbara, Eg Love, Gordon, "Mi A x K' 0, Lovell, Carolyn, Eg Lump- K if , -. if Q r Y . A ,JL kin, Sandy, Kg Lynch, Bob, U. A, I i , v f ' Lyon, -lean, Ag McCain, Susan, Ni V t e xi ' Z, McCarty, Ann, 0, McDaniel in H gn a- - ,L , 1 j' 1-it ' George, S23 McDonald, Richard ,K - 4, si - I A I , ie' - GL ' 0, MacDougald, Jessie, Kg v S tx, A "" , Z: Mccsimy, Melinda, Eg Mmm y A , - B'-Izzy, ll- ei X? ii iiiii, X i iv ' in H I if ,.g::,':Q.S':" ', 5. if if Yr f --:-:' f Maddox, Lester, Ag Matthews, any Frank, Ag Marshall, Henry, Kg Q - 7 9. 'G A Ea A ' 'ii 1 -. Martin, Nancy, Eg Melkild, 51 , , Sandra, 12, Meyer, Sam, Ag it A ,-, ' e .. ' M'll , Ad ' , I', N1'll , D:- ., ..... , , Xsji. s VQCSUE 'mme X A ' C' ' , ., . Zigi i N 'r i ii", y ' i . .. t. 1 ,R . H Miller, Karen, Lg Montgomery, - R ' , Ag Nl , T' , -Ai 3 'Q i I it 4 5 Q3 Eh-SJ lylilwiiis, Wayhefragg lyicrxrison, lr, " 2""ii Mike, 52, Morrison, Susie, Kg ' , , M -5, Q iv Morrow, Cathleen, 0, Morse, 1 . 1, . . 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'eff' 'xi . , A Q H I, 25,132 , g 5 5 5 . Six am-,KR C? Q5 ""' ' n , .. Ll l if I S ,mas a EPSAPB f five -:-: was ., "" : :mi .- 'K ' i eggi - '2, ' .. .1 , ,L T mfg? " ,Z ..., ' Qgwm W 109 SUB-FRESHMEN HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS BOB PARRISH LEON DRIER CHIP ALLEN GEORGE MCKINNEY JIM HEISKELL WALLY GAY WENDY LIBBY DRURY GHEGAN CLASS CDF 1963 Abernathy, Amy, Abernathy, my lan, Barbara, Allen, Chip, Am- ' -..-f bery, Susan, Anderson, Charles, an-of Benjamin, Aderhold, Shari, Al- " - Q mga at Y G Anger, Penny. A Arnau, Al, Avent, Ken, Baily, W Tommy, Banks, Carol, Barclay, R R Rl Au Celeste, Barnes, Larry, Barnes, 2 Frannie, Bartee, Clare. X Bates, Barbara, Beckham, Ed, Beem, Mary, Black, Ronald, 5 ,ggi we Meredith, Bodem, Van, Boswell, Mike. ,, ti fe:-1 w- gf' Blaine, Christy, Blumenstein, ' an MW Boyd, Jimmy, Bradbury, John, Bradley, Merrily, Brennan, Mary J intl, Jane, Brewer, Carolyn, Brown, Marion, Brown, Toby, Bryant, Sally. Bullard, Albert, Bunting, Nan- cy, Burgess, Jan, Bynum, Joyce, Byrd, Jeanne, Caplan, Danny, V Carrol, Richard, Casey, Mar- ' , PW 5, 'fl' f :af , -f. Baret. ' ld? 1 l ll f ,M Cauble, Caroline, Chafln, Becky, Charter, Tommy, Chenault, Price, Chisen, Sheldon, Clark, Steve, Clarke, Barbara, Clarke, Sue. if A L." . I , ,,, X ' uv 'F W F, , f--' tg 1 'B W ,425 E l qxf Av .42-, J , gn A7334 - ' i :LK .KM x 2 x 4 , ,E 2 L . P x A ik ,nn .,,..a.- w -. E. ::. ' W. .La 'WY ' A lx f ' gil? 3. 'S-' :sv ,W- -- fx. f X' Us in 4' A 4 QF? V, ,. fs gf' 1 ff Y? li V K -Q W ,VA 5' 4 S' ht, J , .L . 'Q '4' V4-" , - ig- 'sf 3 T- , 5' 'el ,ff mf I .44 4 Win i l I A, 4 2 2. A nw " 'ff 4-'C ,Q fg,1,fi' - .1 , '3 . vs- f 4 M , -. ,X . ,L - , xiryf, K X sl I 1.5 1, X 51- K Y., , ll., 'H M521 1 F g li Efiwgg y . . ,ww - .5-1 as 5, Q.. ,jg-R ,,,, D ir, ' ' Lf ' 1 YE- .fill ' W , i Q ae F Q s Feagin, Lynne, Fitch, Mary ,L I ,Q 4 . is Frances, FitzSimons, Lee, Ford, 6. 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Horton, Scott, Hosford, Steve, Houston, N a nc y , Hudson, Mary, Humphries, Jimmy, Hurst, Charlie, Hurst, John, Ingols, Cynthia. Ison, Bobby, Jackson, Patricia, Jarrett, Pammy, Johnson, Phyl- lis, Johnson, T. L., Johnston, Gerry, Johnston, Marty, Jones, Caroline. Jones, Chris, Jones, Clifford, Jones, Del, Jones, Gene, Jones, Laura, Jones, Pam, Jones, Tom- my, Jordan, Joe. -wr Kahn, Lucy, Kahn, Roger, Ken- Y A Q Q nedy, Carole, Kennedy, Terry 225 if 4 'ai rs' ta 'P' i ,X ""' 1- 5 Jo, Kidd, Bill, Klausman, Na- - "WA 3 ,rs :fr E' talie, Kremer, Bob, Kurtz, Bill. X FW, W if , A. " -E V I Qi , 3 s' ' f A L ,K N., lp, r I " U' QS gl r , ef., in Q - .xi .. ta at i.i...,f LaBudde, Bruce, LeBrun, Nory, i V H Lcmer, Andy, Lerner, Leigh, ' X is Q ,T . W GT ,i ,, rm, Lewis, Claudia, Libby, Wendy, L J, N L. 3 Maj? L4 ii., sul Lightcap, Susie, Lind, J. Robert. by I "'2.."'. 'A f -' 'T 1'-I' Littlejohn, Mary Jane, Loury, C. ,K H f M W ,, V 5 5 7 fi," ' '13, .f ' ' " ' f - 3,3liV1 .5 9,5 LA A n. A . 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J- ,j I .R ,. g ,I g ' 5 A :1'2fHes'5, .I .N is V i I Mouchet, Judy, Murray, Tim, M gs ,, - ' Qi , J qv , '31 'N if ' Myers, Georgia, Nicholson, Joe, ai.. " 5, 1 Y fr, , Norwod, Norma, Obenshain, 53' 5 ""' . ' V i T ' Old Neal' Owens ff 5 ' rey, , , s s A , - ' X X W, ,i . , ' .. " F k' . ,I i b J .. my ,xigQ3Qf.,x1 ,giyi ,3 ran ie 4 1, -,z,s:.sa,a we K fi 5 " 1 Owens, John, Owens, Mary 1 m a ' My s Anne, Park, Sherry, Parker, gl Q A Q ' an I W 4 1 M 47 49 Louis, Parrish, Bob, Parsons, l 'gif' rw- .. ,,.':.f V7 "' 'X .QQ Huber, Pearson, Tommy, Perels- f "" , M, - ,S W R .,,- , V Q f , tine, Carole. w Le V , . .. , W .5 A 7' ,..' f , N 'f 1 Q A gr? , 1 Perling, Eileen, Perry, Anne, In ' I - 15, A ii: ' Perry, JoAnn: Perry, Pete: Per- ' 3 ' ., .,..., it 1 ' 5'-' il sonS, Henryi PhillipS, Flora V '..' rl, " , I I Jean: Pitts, Jeanette, Plapenger, ...,, ,k V za' ,Y fig J ' 55, s ,h q H 1 ii 'Q 1 ' M ,.,, .... 1 J Poole, Gayle, Poole, Jimmy, .. 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Paul, Stubbs, Frank, Sweatman, ' ,. .E u 3 'ffjrirl ,I I X M HQ: Jennie, Swift, Frank, Tnbb, s ez ,. 1 f iii' S T' Cmlyn' in ,Q W4 'f f- lil: xllmm ,lla fm-ww , .. I E. " 3 , A Taber, Ralph, Tatum, Gary, 4'-2 : V QQ. gg, ',, as , ' ,, V Tatum, Ruth Ann, Thomas, 1 gf 1 A .' an ' K at Q " 'I i Judy, Thompson, Jimmy, 1 ' W Xi e f xflgi Thom son, Karen, Thornton, .. X9 . -? ' ' .V p " -A -. K ,. ,J Carol, Thurman, Glenn. . X- .t , , ,,.,, ,Nga ,ti X. , 1 ' W M ' " e i. X "X tea... A e E W " Timmis, Courtney, Timmons, ,L gg, K, r W sts A ,,,,w M A --.,- Johnny, Tindol, Mike, Tolber, 5 1- tx. , L , ' , ii ' Steve, Torrance, Mary Cobb, , ff,i N .- - " , Traver, Warren, Tufts, Susan, , ., . ., W Q, 5 Turner, Nelson. S xii: S il :" :if ' .,ww,- IAI, -,, ,.,, ,Q 1 U A A, , i 1 q .5 1 Tuttle, Barbara, Tyler, Bobby, ' as, S 'I' 'Wg Q- 8? '- 3 ' , my I 1 , ' -,M Vale, Peter, Valby, Carole, V' ' ' , ,Z ' f b , .,', , ' -' Q 5 Vaughn Barrys Veal, Comics , E .. J. 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N t "1 . , "' gs 2 '95, 'M V - A Wright, Lyn, Wyatt, Linda, - 2- 4 5 W3 121' I t ' n , Young, Ned, Younger, Phillip. ,WF - :Z:YE:'25:,5 'W '-'.' W -. ,W -"- ' f I W li f 'S A " Q "" ,11-,. Q ' 'W , t of 4 M We l as it ' 1.21. s 4 .- me 'S Yunker, Arthur: Zoss, Susan. 11"-1 n i 6 A .:' VP di ,,., " ' . , H , , , f x : ,325 113 The I958-59 Norfhside varsify a+hle1'ic feams enhanced fhe school's previous srandings by es+ablishing lhemselves as s+a'l'e powers in foofball, baske+ball, cross coun+ry, and +rack. They also fielded sfrong region conlenders in fennis, baseball, and golf. Meanwhile, fhe Norfhside B-Teams were also gleaning laurels. The B-foofball and baslcefball feams finished Their seasons wi+h fhe besr records ever recorded a+ Norfhside, while The Eighfh grade reams fared quile well in fheir leagues. The overall record of +he I958-59 +eams rank wi+h +he finesf ever produced a+ Norihside. Prospeds 'For fu+ure years are such +ha+ Norlhsicle will undoubledly confinue as a s'l'rong confender 'For s+a+e honors. 114 I VA-U 1958 SCHEDULE North Fulton . - 19- 5 Lanier . . . - 14- 0 Decatur . . - 22- 0 Grady . . - 7- 7 Southwest . - 6- 0 Brown . . - 13-19 Sylvan . - 18- 0 Smith . . - 33-12 O'Keefe . . - 37- 0 West Fulton . - 46- 7 I 1' 1 L Hank Lesesne, Most Improved, Matt Howard, Most Valuable, Mike Broa bear, Best Blocker, Bill Castleberry, Most Devoted. Co-Captains Ben Ferguson and Matt Howard. i QW' WE First row: M. Davis, J. Carr, B. Hinson, J. Watts, Steve Garrett, W, Wilkinson, Second row: E. Brennan, K. Ellenburg, B. Milton, A. Curtis, R. Brown, B. Fergu Third row: S. Taylor, J. Libby, B, Roberts, C. McGilvroy, T. Myers, R. Jones, C. i958 d. Hank Lesesne gains against a North Fulton defender. ' tw , . - u H ,. A. f. , . NORTHSIDE 19 NORTH FULTON 6 Two touchdowns by Matt Howard and one by Jim Libby downed the Bull- dogs of Buckhead, 19-6. The destined City Champions, North Fulton, were completely out-played by the Tigers, and after the first half there was little doubt that Northside had won its first victory of the season. Hank Lesesne and Ben Ferguson also sparkled on offense. Defensive standouts were Jones, Broad- bear, Libby and McGilvray. 116 B. Boardman, C, Holloway, J. Marlin, J. Paulson, R. Williams, B. Statham. son, M. Howard, H. Lesesne, B. Kirkland, B. Green, E. Green, M. Broadbear. Thwaife, Don Byrd, B. Beckman, J. Jackson, J. Martin, S. McDaniel. TIGERS ff NORTHSIDE14 LANIERO " Northside's depth, power, and speed earned the Tigers a decisive 14-0 win. A beautifully executed touchdown pass from Lesesne to McGilvray plus a touchdown by Brennan provided the winning margin. A rock-ribbed defense headed by Broadbear, Ellenburg, Jones, Paulson, and Jackson limited the Poets of Lanier to negligible yardage. TIGERS FINISH WITH BEST RECORD IN THE CITY The 1958 Varsity squad ended its season with a sparkling 8 wins, 1 loss, 1 tie record. This was the best record compiled by a city league team during the year. Included in the Tigers win column were victories over the City Champions, North Fulton, and the North Georgia Champions, Decatur. The Tigers pounded for an average of 22 points 21 game while limiting their opposition to a meager 5.1 average. At the end of the year the Tigers were ranked third in the state. The players who contributed the most during the year were All-American nominees Matt Howard and Mike Broadbearg backfield men Hank Lesesne, Ben Ferguson, Eddie Brennan, and Buddy Miltong and linemen Billy Roberts, Roy Williams, Rusty Jones, Dan Byrd, James Jackson, and Chandler McGilvray. ,AW ,, . 5l.:.??"fE?3 f COACHES: Arihur Armstrong, Cleve Clarke, Wayman Creel, Athletic Director, Joseph Brooker. Nof picfured: Edd O'Quinn. 11. N s ' X Lynn Taylor, Sponsorg Chastine Jones, Homecoming Queenf Helen Grant, Sponsor HANK LESESNE .IIM LIBBY BOBBY KIRKLAND NORTHSIDE 22 DECATUR 0 Powerful running by Brennan and Howard coupled with excellent line play pounded the De- catur Bulldogs into submission. Touchdowns by Howard and Brennan added to a safety by Byrd and Broadbear left little doubt among the fans as to the final outcome. Stiff line play by Byrd, Jackson, Broadbear, Williams, Roberts, and Mc- Gilvray limited Decatur, the destined North Geor- gia Champions, to a scant 87 yards. The PAT's were made by Milton. NORTHSIDE 7 GRADY 7 When Eddie Brennan broke off left tackle for 65 yards and a touchdown on the first play of the game, everyone except Grady was ready for a rout. However, 120 yards in penalties, 7 fumbles, and a called back touchdown kept the game close all the way. Howard and Brennan powered the offense while Broadbear, Byrd, McGilvray, and Jackson anchored the defense. The PAT was supplied by Milton. NORTHSIDE 6 SOUTHWEST 0 Although the Tigers gained 354 yards, they were unable to find the key that would produce 2 touchdown. The lone score of the night came on Matt Howard's 52 yard, broken-field romp. The Tiger defenses were led by Jackson, McGilvray, Jones, and Broadbear. It was a rugged duel from start to finish. Jackson, Brocdbecur, and McGiIvrcuy rack Decatur as Jones looks on. 118 MATT HOWARD CHANDLER McGlLVRAY ROY WILLIAMS STEVE GARRETT f..,s9 N, Mi f .W , 'f W. . NORTHSIDE I3 BROWN I9 Trailing at the half by 13 points, the Tigers appeared to be out of the game, but they came roaring back to tie the Rebels by the start of the fourth quarter. However, Brown came to life again with a long touchdown drive to go ahead 19-13. With 1:30 showing on the clock the never-say-die Tigers made a last ditch effort, but when the clock ran out, the Tigers found them- selves 6 scant yards short of paydirt and the sub-region crown. Howard tallied one touchdown and Ferguson scored the second. The PAT was made by Ferguson. NORTHSIDE 'I8 SYLVAN 0 Northside jumped back into the win column with a fine victory over a highly touted Sylvan team. A sharp offensive attack, spearheaded by Matt Howard with two touchdowns, gave the Tigers their fifth win of the season. Defensive standouts for the Tigers were Byrd, Broadbear, Hinson, Board- man, and Jones. The final touchdown of the game was scored by Hank Lesesne on a two-yard plunge. W f' 4:69-x gf tif, J-f 'Ky-, - ,. fix s I, Howard charges past Sylvan with ease. NORTHSIDE 38 SMITH 'I2 Against the cross town Smith High, the Tigers staged one of their biggest offensive shows of the year. Touchdowns came thick and fast. Eddie Brennan scored twice, once on a 73-yard romp and the second time on a 20-yard Lesesne pass. Ellenburg tallied on a 15-yard pass from Lesesne. Taylor scored on a 42-yard heave by Ferguson. The final tally came on Jimmy Watts' interception and subsequent 66-yard run. Buddy Milton converted both PAT's. Line play by Jackson, Roberts, Broadbear, Williams, and line-backers Boardman and Hinson limited the Smithies to 94 yards. ik MIKE BROADBEAR EDDIE BRENNAN BEN FERGUSON JAMES JACKSON DAN BYRD BILLY ROBERTS BEN STATHAM 119 Rusrv JoNEs BUDDY MILTON TOP MYERS KAYE ELLENBURG NORTHSIDE 37 O'KEEFE O The Tigers took up with O'Keefe where they left off with Smith as they breezed by the Irish, 37-O. Matt Howard scored two touchdowns on 7- and 1-yard plunges. Jim Libby took a pass from Ferguson and sprinted over the goal for the third TD. Steve Garrett scored on a 35-yard pass play from Fergu- son. Tackle james Jackson scooped up an Irish bobble and raced 38 yards for the fifth tally. The final touchdown was made by Woody Wilkinson on a 6-yard plunge. Milton made the lone PAT of the night. Defensive play was no less spec- tacular as the Tigers snared 7 O,Keefe passes and limited the game Greenies to 72-yards on the ground. Williams, Broad- bear, Byrd, and Jackson were just a few of the Tigers who shone on defense. NORTHSIDE 46 WEST FULTON 7 The Tigers ran up their biggest score of the season as they routed the Owls of West Fulton, 46-7. A11 of Northside,s touchdowns came on the ground. Matt Howard scored twice on runs of 11- and 4-yards. Bobby Kirkland scored on a . .-we , 1958 MANAGERS: Tom Kinton, Bill McCoy, Charles Arp, and George McDaniel. Eddie Brennan pile-drives against Smith. plunge of 6-yards. Ben Ferguson broke into the scor- ing column with TD's of 6- and 17-yards. Touch- down number six was supplied by Hank Lesesne on a 20-yard burst around endg and the final 6 points were made by Jimmy Carr on an 8-yard burst off tackle. Fine defensive play by McGilvray, Jones, Broadbear, Williams, and Byrd to name a few held the Owls to a meager 125 yards totally. Milton with one PAT and Ferguson with two rounded out the rest of the scoring. First Row: Gaye Boardman, Carol Sharp, Co-Captain Catherine Brown, Captain Gail Thurman, Suzie Paine, Mary Heeney. Second Row: Jeanne Thompson, Janet Stanford Barbara Hasell, Gail Horton, Molly Baker, Peggy Ehrlich, Penny Tison. 1958 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Catherine, Jeanne, and Penny before the big Northside T ku b ' n n I Jubilee Pep Rally. a mg a break at the half while Gail is not looking are the tive goof-oFfs: Suzie, Mary, Penny, Janet, and Peggy. NK 1 M it T E 121 First Row: M. Kirby, C. Wardle, F. Matthews, W. Pirkle, J. Powell, J. Miller, A. Roach, F. Bussey, J. Bounds, F. Purvis, J, Pope, P. Hildreth, A. Conway. Second Row: H. Stell- ies, S. Myers, J. Grigsby, B. Hodges, D. Clark, T. Haygood, R. Burns, G. Patterson, Co-Capt. Jimmy Brooks, B. Kelley, B. Shepherd, D. Fitzpatrick, R. White, S. Gladdin. Third Row: Coach Brooker, L. Jones, B. Wylly, A. Whitney, T. Williams, H. Ellenburg, B, Kirwin, Co-Capt. Jack Eastland, G. Nunn, M. Whitaker, J. Crew, Co-Capt. Jimmy Ney, B. McKinney, Manager J. Simpson, not pictured: Manager A. Ghertner. B-TEAM FOGTBALL The B-Team must once again be congratulated for an excellent season. For the second year in a row the B-Teamers have gone through a rugged season unde- feated, and what is even more amazing, they were not scored upon. While holding their victims to zero points, the B's were romping on the average of 25.5 points per game. The B-Teamis undefeated, unscored string now stands at 13 straight. 1958 SCHEDULE Northside Southwest . . 0 Northside Brown . - 0 Northside Sylvan . - 0 Northside Smith - - 0 Northside O'Keefe . . 0 Northside West Fulton . . 0 ' 'n,.a.-HL V 1.01.-as-' 'M First Row: Julie Ricciardi, Judy Thompson, Dianne Jones, Captain Libba Barnett, Pat Heath, Barbara Bain, Louise Lines. Second Row: Beverly Myers, Ann Swindell, Connie Tate, Sheri Allen, Carolyn Seay, Barbara Ison, Susan Farnsworth, Sandy Lumpkin. B-TEAM REGULARS 122 8th GRADE The Baby Tigers finished their season with a re- spectable 3 wins, 2 loss, 1 tie record. The team was handicapped all year by lack of size, but drive and determination made up for this drawback. Much credit for a fine season must go to Bill Castleberry, the Baby Tiger's student coach. The Baby Tigers in action against Southwest. First row: Manager Timmons, Saunders, Turner, Student-coach Bill Castleberry, Boyd, Hurst, Perry, Manager Morrison. Second row: Horton, Hansberger, Kurtz, Tindal, Ehr- lich, Smith, Allen, LeBrun, Wilkinson. Third row: Johnston, Rolleston, Holland, Cook, Lind, Obershain, Mason, Chisen, lson. Fourth row: Moister, Smith, FitzSimons, Waller, Jones, Bean, Foster, Handmacher, McKinney, Bradbury. EIGHTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS First row: N. Grever, W. Libby, P. Craw- forcl, W. Gay, Co- capt. Ginger Rankin, L. Watt, M. Torrence, G. Sweatman. Second row: C. Gray, S. Park, C. Lorris, co-ca pt. Mary Jane Littleiohn, S. Zoss, M. Gray, B. Clarke. 123 Coach Edd O'Quinn spurs the Tigers on NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE NORTHSIDE .....47 1958-T959 SCHEDULE .....68 SOUTHWEST. .....77 BASS..... .....83 BROWN.. .....61 SYLVAN.... -...64 O'KEEFE.... .....67 WEST FULTON .....72 SOUTHWEST. .....76 BASS...... .....48 BROWN.. .....77 SYLVAN.... .....77 .....73 WESTFULTON 3-AAA CITY TOURNAMENT . . . . . 76 XVEST FULTON .....53 MURPHY... . . . . . 63 ROOSEVELT . AAA STATE TOURNAMENT DRUID HILLS . fdouble overtimej .....55 BAKER.... .....44 BROXVNN.. . . . . . 52 BENEDICTINE VARSITY BASKETBALL Fronf row: Gary Alberson, Bill Whitaker, Rusfy Jones, Richard Allen, Chip Stevens, Bill Johnson, Billy Gynn. Back row: Brit Madison, Jerry Brooks, Ray Coskery, Mi Simons, Johnny Holman, Bruce Jerles, Buddy Milton. 71 . 45 . 79 . 60 . 68 . 64 . 50 . 44 . 73 . 53 . 38 . 59 .53 .64 .56 .46 .30 .69 .50 H Fill- Ray Coskery drives again. Jerry Brooks is up for two. Brit Madison is fouled. Led by Captain Ray Coskery, the '58-'59 Tigers got off to a good start with a 9-1 pre-season record. Northside ended the pre-season in fine fashion by taking first place in the North Fulton County Invitational Tournamentg regular season play found the Tigers with a 9-3 record. The Tigers placed third in the city losing only to Murphy in the City Tournament. Scoring was led by jerry Brooks, Brit Madison, and new star Ray Coskery while the boards were swept by Johnny Holman and Mit FitzSimons. Top scoring honors were held by Jerry Brooks. The fabulous Brooks maintained a regular season aver- age of 32.6 for a new Georgia record and was high scorer in the City Tournament. In the State Tournament the Tigers duplicated last year's team by capturing third place in the state. All-Tournament choices were Brooks and FitzSimons. Johnny Holman grabs one Rusty Jones goes for the ball. Bruce Jerles taps one in. Mif Fifzsimmons hooks 125 - Y- -- First Row: Dana Lenahan, Rita Traver, Martha Haines, Carol Sharpe, Nancy Filer, Mary Rosebush, Barbara Smith. Second Row: Jenny Tiffany, Roxie ljlaley, Shirley Eason Pam Robinson, Kathryn Brougham, Sally Anger. Third Row: Carmen Springer, Lamar Jernigan, Carol Rutan, Judy Owens, Helen Blaine, Andria Springer, Susan Ellman Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside Northside PRESEASON GAMES Decatur . Griffin . Newnan . Chamblee Newnan . Sprayberry Cummings Grady . REGULAR SEASON GAMES Southwest Bass . . Brown . Sylvan . O'Keefe . Wes.t Fulton Southwest Bass . . Brown . Sylvan . O'Keefe . West Fulton CITY TOURNAMENT GAME Grady . VARSITY BASKETBALL 36 43 42 33 29 28 58 51 45 38 37 35 49 26 41 34 29 22 31 45 5 1 126 MARY ROSEBUSH Forward DANA LENAHAN Forward PAM ROBINSON Forward The girls' basketball team played a winning season-17 wins and 4 losses. They ranked sec- ond in the subregion but were upset in the city meet. Well-led by co-captains Andria Springer and Mary Rosebush, this team was a formidable opponent for any team in the city. The scoring was evenly divided between Mary Rosebush, Dana Lenahan, and Pam Robinson, While the defense was excellently played by Kathryn Brougham and Andria Springer. Sally Anger ably played the other first string guard position. Since only one player is graduating in 1959 and there are several younger girls with promise, the prospects for the future are bright. The 1958-1959 girls, team has had a highly successful season, and Northside can feel justly proud of this squad. Dana outiumps Southwest as Mary awaits the ball. Checking the records are The managers: Pat Lit- tle, Molly Dominie, and Patty Griesemer. 127 KATHRYN BROUGHAM Guard ANDRIA SPRINGER Guard SALLY ANGER Guard B-TEAM BASKETBALL The 1958-1959 B-Team enjoyed the finest season that has ever been posted by a Northside B-basketball team. Led by the starting five, composed of Jimmy Ney, Milton Kirby, Herndon Murray, Bishop Kelley, and Mike Stevens, the B's compiled the remarkable record of 17 wins and only one loss. Congratulations to the B-teamers. EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL 128 Firsf Row: Milion Kirby, Bishop Kel- ley, Sam Franklin, Paul Johnson, Jimmy Ney, Freddy Thrandhardi, Brad Webb, Mike Stevens, Jerry Rosenblum. Second Row: Mac Whit- aker, Dick Bridges, Jack Valby, Herndon Murray, Lee Greever, C. A. Lowery, Warren Snipes, Haines Har- gretf, Coach Brooker. Firsf Row: Roger Moisier, John Brad- bury, Lee FiQzSimons, Bill Dear, Paul Handmacher, Max Foster, Char- lie Mason, Richard Wilkinson. Sec- ond Row: Jack Kramer, Neil Mof- gan, Glenn Thurman, John Williams, Jimmy Boyd, Chip Allen, Van Wil- liamson, Tim Murray. 94 fl , MATT HOWARD-Sprinter CHANDLER MCGH-VRAY-Javelin JAMES JACKSON-High .lump TRACK Under the guidance of Coach Arthur Armstrong, the 1959 Northside Track Team will be one of the top contenders in the State. Already having made a trip to the Mont- gomery Indoor Meet, they plan to qualify for the Birmingham Relays, Athens State Meet, and the Columbus Decathalon. Much is resting on the shoulders of star sprinter Matt Howard and star pole vaulter Bill Talbot. It is anticipated that both will break school records. James Jackson, holder of the school high jump recordg Bill Bartee, star hurdlerg and 'Chandler McGilvray, javelin and shot-put champ, will also help bring Worthy vic- tories to Northside. All in all the season looks promising with a Well-rounded squad to place a bid for the State Crown. 129 VARSITY First Row: Matthews, Booth, Camp- bell, Martin, McGilvray, Reeves Hurd, Davis, Winckler, McFadden Shapiro. Second Row: Waite, Carr: Briggs, Bartee, Roberts, Bailey, Pat- terson, Fitzpatrick, Turner, Duncan Manager Chandler. Third Row: Crew Hinsotn, Willingham, Hill, Mason: Walker, Abernathy, Ney, Lesesne Howard, King. RON WILLINGHAM-Distance BEN SHAPIRO-Broad Jump B-TEAM and 8th GRADE r 1 VARSITY BASEBALL Last year's 1958 Tiger team enjoyed a fine season. They captured their sub-region crown and followed up with a come-from-behind win over Roosevelt to take the City Championship. They ended their campaign by placing third in the State Championship games. This year's 1959 squad appears to be strong in the hitting departmentg however, they seem to lack the pitching necessary to make them a strong contender for this year's city crown. I Firsl Row: Wilfred McCravy, Jerry Rosenblum, Hank Stellies, Brit Madison, Buddy Milton, Milton Kirby, Charles Holloway, Brad Webb. Second Row: Lamar Lummus, Dick Bridges, Ray Coskery, Charlie Thwaife, Bruce Kirwin, Kaye Ellenburg, Jimmy Ney, Coach Brooker. A V.h., :IV A .. s v 'X 1 fi- H '. , --.' . .., -...a -. .....,. : ' . , Y ,., i'.x. I ' ir V , .4 ,,', - L -. A 'fi ' 'L V' 97' Q R wasffesim ' I 21 - - Q- :f f -+ 1 - V -3'f:-2' :-'a.-'si-5' ' 'mi-2'.gg "' " 5:1-i".-i .' 1 1 - .al--11' my 1. f 'ii' ' . ,fi Q' ,A - ..fE. c ..1- X fy ' V Q r '-2- Q: ' . q??4Wf. k igsw f, A W 3, W ,,., ,A .,., ffl? 'L 4 f , 52 l., J. L ... . ' wt., ,. -V Q. ' -- .. - . 4.--I-4 aa- 1- ' '- RAY COSKERY LAMAR LUMMUS HANK STELLJES KAYE ELLENBURG 130 GRANT CARTER RICHARD ALLEN STEVE LOKEY TENNIS TEAMS The girls' and boys, tennis teams are looking forward to an even better season than last year, when both won state championship. The girls, team is well into its seventh con- secutive undefeated season. Sandra Atkinson and Dana Lenahan were runners-up in the state last year. The boys' are enjoying success for the sixth consecutive undefeated season. Grant Carter won state championship last year with Richard Allen as runner-up. Susan Morrison, Sandra Atkinson, Dana Lerahan, and Libba Barnett are making an- other championship Team. SKIPPY HANSBERGER SAMMY PARIS DAVID WISE JIM O'CALLAGHAN 131 l l elf Q' i ,, Q l Wlsx 5 . - 392311 . .1 1 Wifi? '29 - qw ,,,, W 9 t A N Q Y j , . ,, . ',". f ..,, at Y- 'e Q: I ' , W . . f ,W x Q . -I .,, - ,. Q T, A i 3. f ' . '1 4 ugatnm. 1 .ff . ,fn . I 5 Eff f i. .mmf 'df' .: , A 5 ' f ' 1 Q: ' 3, U A 7 ' 3 s' it jg -1. 7, V lklf ' , f , s : :z t I if 'I' , , , , x . ,. -:" ' I ' f ax' ui L . . tl . i f ef 'if f , - if E fy 1 - if - t r is iy i-Mx. ff, A we . . ' a ' f -' 4 ' f 4 . ffffgw 4 A mi. i 1 X s H 1:9i.'??if: ,1 'E .235 , -if, xygg,,rr5 1. .1 mf- A y '- umm x. J 1-' t , Rx ' ,Ziff-1. 21 V-vii: ' 2. : - fi' Y :.' " If . .- -1 if -.- 3 ' "2 5 5 2555 5. ' M t i E, A . ...,,A. 'zvz f 'li l 'W 'Q A 2 X " f 2 W ' 'ff Elini' fir - Q -.151 i -Q flf : IEF'-.':':1-if-. sggz' Vest. , . - W L 1: - -- " N Xilligw ,I ' ' J L U - ' .. 'i-- " W First row: Evans, Scott, Turner, Bailey, Walker, Heiskell, Waite, Duncan, Burnett. Second row: Evans, Camp- bell, Burch, Ficklen, Geisler, Shiller, Winckler, Briggs, Purdy, Alford. Third row: l.aBudde, Hancock, Brown, Powers, Herndon, Vault, Presswoocl, Young, Heiskell. Fourth row: Ghegan, Bailey, Anderson, Abernathy, Parker, Goodwin, Ducoft, Ghegan. Fifth row: Jordan, Bullard, Kid. Andy wins for Northside CROSS COUNTRY This year as always the Cross Country team proved itself a valuable asset to the athletic system at North- side. Under the leadership of Coach Arthur Armstrong the team concluded an undefeated season by taking a first place in the final city meet and a third in the state meet. ,fda , -f' . l fight, Joel Addison, Mike Broadbear, George Johnson 132 Steve Gladden, Frank Courtney, Charles Cutler. BOWLING TEAM First Row: Gary Coleman, Eddie Green, Floyd Statham, Top Myers, Pete Furniss, Tommy Buckley. Second Row: Myles Smith, Mike Velkott, George Johnson, Bruce Donnelly, Bill Green, John Hollander, Arthur Hutchin- son, Ben Statham, Steve Rich, Sandy Sanders. BOYS' GYM TEAM Front Row: Ben Hinson, Billy Heeney, Bill Talbot. Second Row: Roddy White, Ricky Hampson, Jim Welborn, Billy Shepherd, Mark Lusink. SWIMMING TEAM Libba Barnett, Margaret Ann Craven, Dianne Jones, Leah John son, Libba Wight. Not pictured: Catherine Brown, Jody Barnett David Jamison, George McDaniel, Stuart McDaniel, Wendy Harsh GIRLS' GYM TEAM Front Raw: Kathleen Graham, Maureen Graham, Ginny Patter- son, Libba Barnett, Elizabeth Liggin, Second Row: Kristen Lind, Linda Jarrett, Lucy Reinhardt, Nancy Woodruff. 1 Want to see anymore today, Judge? Always in Italy I iron Ii I 3 First Dress Rehearsal The Class of 'I959 of Northside High School presents THE UNGUIDED MISS by WILLIAM DAVIDSON April Ia, 20 CAST Susan Bryce . Clint Bryce . Madge Bryce . Buzzie Bryce . George Mathews Betty Warren . Jim Warren . Molly Warren . Carlos Delgado Lucia Ferrari The Judge . Mrs. Riley . . DIANE LUMPKIN BRUCE DONNELLY MARGARET MOBLEY . LYNN HADDOCK . WAYNE COLLINS CATHERINE BROWN . JACK CARROLL JOANNE KENNEDY . . CURTIS MILES CECILIA TIMMONS JOHN HOLLANDER MARY ANN LATZ if Practice, Practice, Practice!! 134 Bobby don't knock down Thefwall?D Director .... ....,.. . . Jane Mulkey Farulty Assistants: Setting .... . . . Larry Smith Tickets and Publicity . Student Assistant Property Commit Stage Crew, . Sound Effects . Publicity Commit Publicity PRODUCTION STAFF . . . . . .Theo Vocalis Director ........ Sherrill Wilkinson . . . . . Lynne Brauer, Helen Cassimus, Sharon Hicks, Mary Lamar Bowden, Judy Ford, Linda Hitchins, Ladye Jernigan. . . . . Jeanne Thompson, Ellen Hodgson Vinita Therrell, Karen Dixon, Frances Hicks, Jerry Ney, Bobby Saunders, Tom Fulghum, Jeff Hill. . . . . . . . . . Harry Blumenthal . . . . . . Jack Tarver, Jane Lightcap, Carolyn Varner, Northside Student Council. tee . 9 3 QB tee . Watch it Jeff! Helen and Lynne bring props to rehearsal Carpenters? "Q.t'.'r"..aw-v-w J 135 The Viking Siaff expresses i+s sincere +l1anks 1'o i+s adver- 'iisers whose supporl' macle possible +l1e i959 VIKING. 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CQIFFEURS 690 Ashby St., N. W. TR 4-7586 3211 MHP1C D1'iVC, N- E- l CE 7-2814 Barbara and Cary HIC SUTC 0 the best DUNCAN PEEK INSURANCE AGENCY MERLIN WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. J. ED DICKEYTIM Peek of SemlJe6NcAN PEEK 125 DECATUR ST' 5 QV X100 ..1, A, N -1: . M T5 Q L .f ,pg vw.. ' , mm jj. I ' 4 an :'iiXf'h' s Q "Q Q 2 , X I -6261 Q in 9 ff Q5 W' 2? Q -'-" "Y , fi, M hm W 2 if L A if X, Em , wg' r 4, , if A G. 1 5 ' az..-1 ...zs.aa.e..5,W.MM...-' -F I Q f M3 If I Ml ,:,. .. X,,,, .. I .tisizz -hWw......5.g 1 Fashions - Suburbia WMM af - WWW 1 1 Anne pauses to refresh at GARDEN HILLS PHARMACY, INC. 2815 Peachtree Road, N. E. CE 3-1146 Jeannie changes from a pony-tail to a page-boy. Hairstyles by HOWELL CE 3-3298 323 Buckhead Ave., N. E. BEST WISHES from Buckhead Hardware Co. 3059 Peachtree Road, N. E. Compliments of Covenant Presbyterian Church 2461 Peachtree Road, N. E. HERMAN L. TURNER WILLARD P. MOORE Mz'n1'sters Sharon gets the best fabrics at it-1 E IXNL 'ET 3096 Roswell Rd. CE 3-4061 ff X ,Fix 3 3, wi, 3135 7731.2 face-1 ' ff 4159 1 fx , ,. 24, ,. 55 , , Y off PM ggki " A " N g '24 'YW wx SWi'N9iNI A 5 ,NE I wr is 148 dir' A. N g N in ,EQ 8160000453 pages' cfmmay J17'90l'a0f Diane Voit, Diane Arrington and Frances Nleyer admire the latest designs in Wallpaper at Buckhead Decorating Co. 31 Irby Avenue, N. W. BEST WISHES fmm MacDOUGALD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY MORNINGSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH by SAFWAY STEEL SCAFFOLDS MODERN ATLANTA Scaffolding Rolling Towers Ladders Steel Shores Swing Stages Bleachers SAFE - ECONOMICAL 1 'Q Qqifgiiv IR 5 1 - ' f - 'L ' ' -' I' RQ' Y wx Nga- P W 'N WX A T 1 A l xiii ' iff xy EQ ff? gg , g ,X ,lffylk '.,- .Q "l' H, ir Q 1" Q ,M Q . N l 32 f H T X M . K, -if D f Q 1 s A i ' f1,. t. ,.,q X ' i ' , 2 f Q b W A , Q m Q. ' , J - i - L WM X 1 ff 1. Cow Suv ' .AQ4 U x IE' Q X ' '-'Q' Affwrf-1-P5 523 ' K 4, , . 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X j il --p 1 - 'iQ g?t' , ' 2 A li u-1: , 150 u . 'QI 1 W DEL'S HAIRSTYLIST CONGRATULATIONS MACMAHAN SHOES . . 'v ii J fe .:: 35' a vi", I Y 3155? , 1 H 5 ' ' ,Q NORTHEAST PLAZA Buford Highway SOMETHING FOR EVERY NEED Grants Woolworth's Penny's Colonial Stores Piedmont Savings Bowl-o-Rama Lane's Rexall Drugs Bell Bros. Shoes Kinney's Shoes Pilgrim Cleaners Kroger Stores Friedman's Jewelers Barrow 81 Young Barber Warren Hair Stylists .litty Grill King Hardware Western Auto Co. Lerner Shops Holiday Shoes Fabric Center Woodrow Store for Men CARTWRIGHT' BEAUTY AND BARBER sl-lop All good yardmen head for G. O. SMITH at the first sign of Spring G. U. SMITH POWER MOWER and GARDEN SHOP 3674 Roswell Rd. M all 1 ll 4 ai' i ., A W 4 'fai l , l 1 3 .ff .f ff- Wifi' Q K 2 by 1 'Kilt 1 ' w if 5 E2 :w,3ry.L5V A 3 imlw 2 fl ix if f- -Q , he ' 1 Pa f fi' 1 1 1 H4 lv QQ f, 1 +A 4, , 4 ,wb W' ww , yew 1 gf ,if fry 3 Z4 W 3 2 3 lg ilmiimza or i Q My i Q V r , I f?'5"5E in 15 di' V,,. . .,.,,A, , 1 , Ccgey Pogey and Co. No-I distinctly remember- Fog Island is Come on out - He oin't looking!! OVBI' There!! Why Mr. Page, you know we'd never think of . . . And we Share DU' lockefs- O.K. Which one of yo'lI put the gum in my chair? 152 PARAGON BOX COMPANY DESIGNERS and MANUFACTURERS of PAPER BOXES 745 Trabert Ave., N. W. Danna gets a treat instead of a treatment at Peachtree at 17th Street Taylor's Pershing Pharmacy DRUITT STUDIO OF SPEECH Adult and Student Training Poise ---- Self Confidence Public Speaking - - - Radio and Television Voice Modulation Diction ---- Posture FAY DRUITT HARRISON, Director 2204 Peachtree Rd. TR 6-3440 W A ir. jigs .143 If V P' P... it-fat A We iw love Q l Bob Dell houses! A 9 2555331 - ffl BOB DEI-l 5. 3 REALTY co. -. ' ww", g 14 i l W. Paces Ferry Rd ' CE 3-6751 Libba has initials on all her clothes, Theyyll never get lost wherever she goes. MONOGRAM MASTERS 3230 Roswell Rd. CE 7-9978 AUTOMOBILE GLASS CO. Felts - Channels Desk Tops - Regulators Windows - Mirrors Safety Glass - Plate Glass A. W. EVES, rllanager 656 Spring St., N. W. TR 4-5712 Atlanta, Georgia 153 4 - fn iff PRESKN WCB! Q f .z.ff'f, fx! ,, 4' is . I ' !w, Q J jfl x A f" XX flfag X C, ff the Varsity No Fooa' Over Tfwelfoe Hours Old" A'l'lCll11'd Afhens BOB'S LAUNDRY Jack and Jill take Marty tO... 2257 Peachtree Road Where the food is always great! 1895 Piedmont Rd., N. E. TR 5-5755 MALER LAUNDRY 1640 Northside Drive FLOWERLAND FLORIST 2775 Peachtree Rd., N. E. CEdar 3-1168 1938 Peachtree Rd., N.W. CShefHeld Bldg. next to Piedmont Hospitalj TRinity 5-9174 155 , CELL A 8 V bw G fn W' 1, fp ' K tn' X I 'fi 5 fy X! 5 Nuff f I i "X 3-,km 227,21 i W ,,A 5 C125 q 1, Tj ,cb f i' XX i i ,, A YW gh, 3 1 . , V W 7 X tl! .T A 6 bf ix i fw 3 ,Q P ,..,... Q XX 0 1 A' BROOKWOOD HARDWARE CO. 1929 Peachtree Road, N. W. ATLANTA, GA. Mrs. Jack L. Arrington Telephone TR 2-5526 BURDETT REALTY COMPANY Realtors Est. 1910 Complete Real Estate and Insurance Service 175 Peachtree St., N. E. Telephone: JAckson 1-1011 BEAVERS FURNITURE COMPANY 300 MARIETTA ST. Atlanta 13, Ga. Carlton, Jim, Wayne, and Bruce go where the service is best. Brookwood Service Station 1820 Peachtree Road, N. W. TR 6-2171 0'NEll.S BOWLERAMA Z4 Automatic Alleys 'fBoWl Where The Bowling is Best" George Johnson bowls his best at O'Neils Northeast Plaza Shopping Center 3825 Buford Highway M f 5 'hm LEP S skffilv UP PITLHNTR Q5 Q-QHSIDQ I Y MR- WU-BRD 4958 -19519 -l wg., us 3' 'sm sein 6. ZH 158 178197- Xi? Spf? HSHQ Ji "Oopsl" Bill and Martha should rely on George and Molly fill up at J. KENT ROBERTS SERVICE STATION KILLINGSWQRTH SERVICE STATION 1921 Howell Mill Rd., N. W. 2830 Peachtree Rd., N. E. Klan, itls a fight when John, Jimmy, Joe, and Allan see a zssro Buckhead on Roswell Road "Sold from coast to coast" 4. z You can tell by John's smile that the gang is buying for a houseparty at HUDGIN'S TUXEDO SUPERMARKET 3663 Roswell Rd., N. W. HARRY SOMMERS, INC. 4-46 Spring, N. W. Serving Atlanta Flossie wonat drive Chuck and Doug anywhere unless it's in a Plymouth For from 33 Years HARRY SOMMERS 159 160 Dr. Eugene Drinkard, Pastor of NORTHSIDE METHODIST CHURCH, congratulates several members of his church who are seniors at Northside. Left to right: Wayne Collins, Mary Lamar Bowden, Mike Winckler, Dr. Drinkard, jim Black, Diane Lumpkin, Bob Bostick, and Jere Blackwelder. BEST wlsl-Iss ""',':,,1f,"'s IMPORTS AND OTHER from IIQUIDATIONS smn ron mf: nmmouo COCHRAN 8- CO- Ann clrr cmloc A REGISTERED MONEY BACK GUARANTEE CERTIFICATE WITH EACH PURCHASE 1251 Techwood Drive, N. W. 195 Mncum sr s w E N f AT FORSYTH T ITIZ JAM., 4-i505 161 ai 2 V ,W ,Q WHAT TH' DICKENSP! ! President . . Vice President Secretary . Treasurer . E-2 OFFICERS DENNIS STRICKLAND STRUTHERS EDGAR . LADYE JERNIGAN . LYNN TAYLOR Kathy and Margretta enhance their charms with exotic perfume from WENDER 84 ROBERTS 3073 Peachtree CE 3-1122 You'll find shoes of all colors, types, descriptions, and genders 2111 81 J. SHOES 3078 Roswell Road, N. W. CE 3-3764 Mayfo stocks up on building supplies at BUILDING MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE COMPANY 1410 Peachtree St., N. E. TR 5-6921 IS YOUR HAIR STRINGY? DRY? DULL? CURL-LESS? Do as Susie and Mary Jane do! Buy a home permanent at HITCHCOCK 8: SIMMONS 3057 Peachtree Road, N. E. CE 3-1131 NORTHSIDE DRIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Congratulates its members of THE 1959 GRADUATING CLASS SHARON HICKS DICK HORNE JIMMY MASON KATHY HOLME.S BILL TALBOT PAUL PURVIS LINDSAY MASON -.L f , ' , 41 W ,. QM. Mary Lamar is protected by PIEDMONT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY B. C. WARD SHELL SERVICE 2331 Peachtree St., N. E. Complete Automotive Service VAN JERNIGAN FLORIST 660 West Peachtree Street, Northwest TRINITY 5-6411 CORSAGES BOUQUETS POTTED PLANTS ARRANGEMENTS STEWART PET 81 GARDEN SUPPLY CO. "Your pets' department store" EVERYTHING TO KEEP YOUR PET HEALTHY, HAPPY, and WELLPGROOMED 3400 New Marietta Hwy., N. W. CE 3-9419 EMM' LADIES APPAREL 3205 Maple Drive, N. E. ATLANTA 5, GA. FRAN W. ALEXANDER CE 7-0852 0 I SILVER HUUSANDS 7' 0F PRIZES' FILLER Fastest Moving Line of PAPER SCI-IOGL SUPPLIES CBuckhead-Just Off Peachtreeb Manufactured by SILVER BEAR, INC. 'PREL 32" MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT John and Malcolm "Fill it up" at BILL FI'I'ZGERALD'S SERVICE STATION 3465 New Marietta Highway ISENGOR CAMERA EXCHANGE 529 Peachtree Rd., N. E. TR 4-44-ZZ 4'Bone Up" for exams at Everyone engjoys a night at a SPRINGLAKE PHARMACY DIXIE DRIVE-IN 2002 Howell Piedmont -- Stewart Mill Rd 167 X 665 C""""3 Tj? LIT nr? 3 . Q -r'5 . X12 f W NVQ GNRLLSG W7 un .- ...,, , .,.., Helen Stiga bowls best at the Bowl-0-Matic as Carol Har- rison, Linda Hitchins, Virginia Smith, and Ann Harris agree. BROADVIEW PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 2581 Piedmont Road, N. E. The Broadview BOWL-O-MATIC 32 automatic ultra-modern lanes Bruce Donnelly,Helen Stiga, andy Wayfne Collins enjoy bowling at the Bowl-O-Matic Bruce Donnelly finds the best selections at the . . . BUCKHEAD MEN'S SHQP 3047 Peachtree Rd. in Buckhead ii l Peggy Rooker, Barbara lson, and Marlice Daniel enjoy the Colonnade's fine cooking. The COLONNADE RESTAURANT and DRIVE-IN 2420 Piedmont Road, N. E. 1139 MRS WATERS 9 C-3 SNAPS D 9 DRIPS "School Days" "Teache1"s Pets" 'Teach Me Today Capital Automobile Company o o 8 We don't sell all the cars ...................... ....... . .But we sell the best ELYWYN W. TQMLI NSON President ATLANTA ATHENS EAT D O U G H N U T S "King of Amerifzfs Doughnutsj' KRISPY KREME DOUGHNUT SHOP 449 Ponce de Leon Ave., N.E. 808 Gordon St., S.W. TR. 6-7307 PL. 8-6868 .,.,..,w-WW ,,,,..--' a'cLnR S LAMB SUPER SERVICE STATION 1668 Howell Mill Road, N. W. 5 J QL CRSQRL 6, CURYQR n TR. 6-6102 Sfwffff Wonderful Sportaweafr Northsiders get their clothes cleaned at 281 E. Paces Ferry Rd., N. E. BEACON CLEAN ERS CE 1.9249 5000 Roswell Rd. 72 53 fs Y'ALL CALL MORSE REALTY 225 Buckhead Avenue, N. W. 2111 Campbellton Road CE 3-1133 PL 8-7575 4 RQ 3 f -1 ' - .. .V - f - 1, M . 3 3'F1pLg., X fwfr R, :fe iigpfai, , W Q 'f -V .-5... ' fillhfi -f 515521, ' if ,. :mg fag p ' - igfg , ' if .1 555 139 ., fy, . 2 I-air, - ...Ir , Hz ax - wswrff 1, 6 M, g 5 . f , -Q-.-....-A-f-H ff Q., , STEVENS PICTURES INC. 101 Walto-n St., N. W. Kathleen gets all wound up about pictures from Stevens Jere's not really Worriedg he's insured by Reliance. RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF GEORGIA 165 Luckie St., N. W. "We Serve the Northside" Free Delivery Service 1970 Howell Mill Rd. TR 5-5659 TR 5-5650 Kathy finds all her favorite magazines at Hopper's HOPPER 8g NEELY PHARMACY SPRINGLAKE Quality Drugs and VARIETY STORE Prescriptions 1968 Howell Mill Road, N.W. TR 6-0657 Mayo and Jane can find everything but a desk at Variety. Vi' 'OO' BRAINS-Standing, left to right: Wally Gay, Nancy Bunting, Natalie Klausman, Sherry Millard, Joanne Martin. Kneeling, left to right: Becky Chafin, Billy Daniel, Randy Smith, Steve Tolber. nb an we fbi? 1 ' We sz is Q 43 1? mas: ' 1 if sy Q3 S3422 H f Y, .fs Left to right: Carole Kennedy, Wally Humphries, Miss Rankin. of so xg: ey Gay, Del Jones. Standing: Jimmy use VL? BRATS-Standing, left to right: Louis Parker, Roy Hancock, Nory LeBrun, John Morrison, Gene Jones. Kneeling, left to right: Tommy Pearson, JoAnn Perry, Penny Anger, Carole Valby. BEAUTIES-Standing, left to right: Del Jones, Joan Hancock, Laura Edmondson, Julia Dodd, Norma Norwood, Mary Reynolds. Kneeling, left to right: Carole Kennedy, Marsha Hanes, Gale White- hurst, Nancy Williams, Charlotte Williams. 174 OFFICERS President . . ...... WALLY GAY Vice President . . CAROLE KENNEDY Secretary . . . . DEL JONES Treasurer . . JIMMY HUMPHRIES l BEAUX-Standing, left to right: John my Humphries, Robert St. Lawrence. Bradbury, Robert Freeman, Jim- Kneeling, Bill Kidd, Bob Dobes. Vx- ffsfiaf R C 4 l", Y 5 2 5 Qi Q fi , Q is 5 FM we K f? REQ if 4 1 C' " i . .,,,-asv-lNi""W"Nw'. ,,,-,3-r-aU"""' , A , paul W r I ii i was vi. .s,:,,::e,5,2::v:Ei X fly i"'1535m32w5 Grant, Eddie, and Glenda always eat at the Old Hickory House OLD HICKORY HOUSE BARBECUE 1527 Northside Drive BRUNSWICK STEW CURB SERVICE uqfvssf Glenda takes Pat's bill. 175 176 MAC'S BEAUTY SHOP ON PEACHTREE Ulf you want to be beautiful, see Mac" 2931 Peachtree Road, N. E. ATLANTA 5, GA. CE. 3-6716 Congratulations to the class of '59 GARDEN HILLS RECORD SHOP 2831 Peachtree Road, N. E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA Open Every Night 'Til 9 P. M. WEYMAN 8a COMPANY "Since 1895,' Insurance - Realtors JA 4-0281 C 81 S National Bank Building ATLANTA 3, GA. PACES FERRY SERVICE STATION 1313 W. Paces Ferry Rd. ATLANTA, GA. Winship Nunnally, Jr. Howard Hamby, Jr. CE 7-5154 CE 7-0961 HOUSE OF SHUTTERS Custom Shutters Special Millwork Cabinet 3263 Roswell Road, N. W. 0 if 7' 'N 'X 15 RQ X F X33 5? 4ZfY sf-XTUPXN ,Zig M1557 g J lv, I 44 -4 WWE!! I ' . in U ,. 3: 9 fly 4 "" if ' I! ,, 5. A W 1 . A Yr ff 1 1 I 1 ., 'f a ff Q3 4 KX 9 1 'QQ4' 4 Vu ...: 2 :sE' 4' ' QU' Q 5 XR, I N l ,I V ' I Sq , cw I 1 ' 1' ""'1 f' 1 .,,i f 131 OUTHERN aeLv.,'rELEPHoNE AND TELEGRAPH coMPAN 179 ff: 1 P' " A 4 51' I ' X523 f f V ,.,:,,f - f wg Q . BIGG E ST TROUBLE assess? FEET Nossnssr 4' a i " sw V -4 Q Ya? . Q E 1 uosv UNUKELY T0 SUGGEED BIGGEST HEARTBREAKER yt Aa. J X W LEAST Au. Anouno KIIIEUY SQUARE JUST PLAIN WORST WORST DRESSED Q x k N' 29 ' MOST UN-INTELLIGENT B IGGEST PEADS V? MOST UN-ATHLETIC 8 S N-SUPERLATIVE gilt Wo IST DANGER ins! .Aw ,Q W 5 W A i 73' v 1 'il ' H '- f: K M is M1 W K '41 , ? fgiflgmgj Vgyzyfl, 1 I A H Q V V Qi MOST UN-PoPu1.AR UGLIEST MOST un-euswessuxe 9 ' . ' 5 ' 4 X Q , 9 . " 9' , . 'MJ A fw,' , Y, H f O l w--V' -'F-11 , if V .wk 'Fx fQ f 4 'A I BIGGEST mums Mos? uNFmENoLY Mom' UN-81895110 180 WILDWOOD SCHOOL of the DANCE Beginner and Advanced Ballroom Classes 1959 Howell Mill Road call and CORINNE BRUNNER TR 6-3990 or TR 6-8669 RECORDS MELODY MANOR GREETING CARDS 1959 Howell Mill Road ACCESSORIES SPORTSWEAR Carol, Jackie, and Geor ene g ll 40, Nl S enjoy the furniture from DRESSES LINGERIE HOWARD'S FURNITURE COMPANY 717 Marietta Street I CONGRATULATIONS 1 gf to the ill GRADUATING CLASS OF 1959 V. , '- Second Ponce de leon 1 f V in Bc-pfisf Church ,Q !. I' l l 1 l Qu , X i,. S .ftf ' Peachtree Road at Wesley KIEFFERS KAulbRoN e E6 Fx A lla i. QV Double Double Toll ANDTROl.lDlE FIRE l'3l.lRNs AND CAuldPloN Bubbles d Carol and Diane have the wrong idea but the right place. MCBROOMS GULF SERVICE Judy and llartha are on the c'Beacony' mm beam. ATLANTA 59 GA In rl he Peachtree Battle Shopping Center ohn ind Herndon can be confident that their work will he done well by MQCDOUGALD WARREN, INC 1675 Northside Dr. M or1L"Y ost C o Most T ruskw Smopolifah O L L Y ' S cz d A N I A C S Most unlikely fo succeed Least to soy the Mosf I heiic Most humorous M051 cest 184 Helen, Sharon Lynne, and Jane take a break at Tuxedo Road Pharmacy 3659 Roswell Rd., N. W. CE 3-2112 fx The , Sherwin-Williams 1 Co. Larry and Alary ' 3025 Peachtree Rd., N. E. always bowl at ts SUPER KEM-TONE . s , 6,2 KEM-GLO Buckhead Bowling Center A CE 7-7561 314-12 Peachtree Rd., N. W. Lee Greever saws .1 1 EEK!! . . and now Pete is ready to settle down .and enjoy a good movie at the is Georgials oldest and world's largest 3110 Roswell Rd. TERMITE CQNTROI. SERVICE CE 3-3361 Telephone TR 2-7746 185 Lb EER NUT BF-WK Ag-A W J J Eli V ' V A R+ED cnosswofa KEQ QR Z W A RE D+CR0.SSEl, HQ U , ,f,-. VI f ., . WORKEQM K i ei ,, A X A ' -' .. ff , A X Kok! ue cr-a.1.7+' 5' 'W FKONVSC YDQM..--" X Jon'-P hu.V2x+' kA A Lx X X .bv'f' 2+ MJP3' ' 186 THE BOWIE STUDIO 1720 Peachtree St., N. W. TR 2-4377 TR 4-1223 Bruce and Molly select proofs at Bowie Studio I TR 6-6363 BEST WISHES ,fi Drexler rom SHOWER Doon co. E. I.. SPRINGER 5 547 Peachtree St., N.E. . s p H ATLANTA 8, GA- 1690 Howell Mill Rd. Splish, splash! I was taking a bath. Judy sells Joan choice meat Y at . . ,,s, 3 EnwARD's BAKERY FOR THE "BEST, SEE 7 le 'el owe i . , 43..wQ..:. gp . .in 1987 H H M H Rd rex W B A T E 5 Sgsrfqf 1? K A 'y ii? A loy. -ff , 'Vj TR 6-6400 .3 p , X Bates Hardware Co. 1 Whoil-esale and Retail . Vmqn 1708 Howell Mill Rd. 'll' Across from Colonial Store TR 5-7104 kA.,' V. .... ., Stephanie and Marilyn sample Edwards baking. Liz and Bonnie admiring china at Bates BRANTLEY and FITE APPLIANCE SERVICE 3098 Peachtree Rd., N. E. Only Frigidaire Sales 85 Service in Buckhead CE 3-8330 CE 7-8462 - "M x W af I w O QNX if sb H' 1 xi 1 E 1, ,i,V. E A .V A 'yoftnp '64 x 1,235 M x 9 A v hw, , 5 R x . I N ev, -13. A , X X'- f' M, - A .., ,sw I if f . w'2'1'E"5ffgfWz ' M 'A f , .,,g,A!:-, f ,.5Z ' 5 4 f . ,qv 'Tfz .W if 'w 111 W, H ian.:-sn, N . 'f. YAQA , A i dfgzfgw F .mg 7 we , U . ' X. X9 ...V fb, ,Q , 'fi2ggfxSxgWf3i,Qtnf5iZiM,ii 1' I ,. gr 'I W ' ' 'L , ,,, mx L. Q. .,,..-. cr., I , lx J if. . .421 ' n My , Nw , ' ,ff Q lf F of . 9 m 1 12:8 Congraduations . . . fgutfe C?-i,eySTCX For That Refreshing Ht the V21ffi0l1S 5 Feeling, Always use 56 Sunday . . . . We'l1 be Senior around. WADE MOTOR CO. fecf A CRYSTAL BATH Rubbing Alcohol CARS - TRUCKS SALES - SERVICE IA 2-6720 i ll ungrutulutiuus Zz. to the graduating class , L i I i ..-- iff: ,Q EE- J 5 ..:r- "'.' THE iiriiiriciilifoZN3RcAXf?'BiTEEogiiiifffgvgommm 189 BRAINS FUR,-S ,QM The Teachers are giving apples to the class officers 'these days! 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HURT BUILDING REALTORS D. E. PINKARD Garment Cleaners "IVlzfrf the Charm 0fBNTF'LUl16.S'5 is Restored" Helen and Lynne always buy their convertibles from 3112 Peachtree Road Phone CE 3-2l87 SANDY SPRINGS SHOPPING CENTER Phone BL 5-0130 "the friendly Buick dealer" What's wrong with Jeannes car? L. C. Smith knows! L. C. SMITH SERVICE STATION Corner Northside Drive and Bishop Street ATLANTA, GEORGIA TR 6-2147 - TR 6-9235 24-Hour Service 15 Ldv G and Cafeteria HGH Means Good Food UNI" Means Mcnney Saved Two Lines for Fast Service 500 Seating Capacity Oven Fresh Pastries Open Seven Days a Week 11:00 A.M. to 8:30 P.M. 195 C M Yours will be a better, brighter World because trucks, like those of Terminal Transport Co Inc. roll night and day to bring you better living at lowest cost. 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