South Girard High School - Bulldog Yearbook (Phenix City, AL)

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May your remarkable will to achieve success in whatever you undertake continue. Again I say thank you for all your cooperation. W. F. DARNELL J. B. MERRIWEATH ER A. B. Morris Brown College M. A. New York University Advance Study, N. Y. U. PRlNClPAL'S MESSAGE TO THE PARENTS: We express our thanks and gratitude to you for your faithful endeavor in helping us to overcome all difficulties. By your work and sacrifice we have had a successful year. Your devoted efforts characterize your interest in the School. For all of this we are deeply grateful. TO THE STUDENTS: As we come to the close of another school year, I want to congratulate each of you for the part you have played in making this a successful one. I HOPE: That you have attained a wider understanding of the human, mechanical and economical world about you. That you are having the type of school experiences in which you will grow in self-direction, in facing responsibility and in carrying plans through to completion and in an ever expanding horizon of understanding the world. TO THE SENIORSZ Let this commencement mean the beginning-the beginning of new eras and new adventures. The school has tried to give you training in critical thinking and evaluation of facts . . . Now you must act. We wish you success in your endeavors. Remember you reflect credit or discredit on your Alma Mater at all times, so always be on the alert. l we I I .-- 1 . Q ' THE FACULTY " ,-- -"'2f- ' ' f if ' ..,. . I ' .:,A I 'A-1 ,..,. S A'--: . ?i2'fQf 5'?' 1f ii , .iii t . "" Wal f .. i g . aww '.k' BWI t tysi MR. LESTER MASON, JR. MRS- JEFFRY ROWELL AB, Morris Brown College "': BS' Alabama Slate COIIGQG Science Instructor I-Ibfaflan x ' MRS. HATTIE M. RICHMOND B.S. Tuskegee Institute Socia-I Science Instructor I .wt i it ig f ' :iff I 'sri i X . MR. LEO T. HARRISON B.S. Florida A.8.M. University Advance Study, Tuskegee Inst. Math Instructor Coach ,aw MRS. BERNICE MERRIWEATHER B.S. Alabama State College M.A. New York University English Instructor MRS. MADIE A. MORRIS B.S. Tennessee State College Social Science Instructor MRS. R. Y. LEWIS B. S. Alabama State College Advance Study, Tuskegee Inst. Atlanta University Math Instructor MR. L. A. ROBINSON, JR. B.S. Georgia State College Science Instructor MRS. AUDREY CROCKER POSEY B.S. Alabama State College Advance Study, Alabama State College Secretary-Health Instructor it MR. LAMAR SMITH B.S. Alabama State College Band Master 14 man MRS. ETHEL M. STEPHENS MRS. ESSIE SPENCER B.S. Alabama State College B.S. Alabama State College Dramatic-English Instructor Girls' Basketball Coach Math-Instructor MRS. VERA RAMSAY So THE FACULTY esastcs 2' f A rw W. . .M F " . 7 ig, .K V -. M 4 n MR. J. A. ABRON B.S. Alabama A. 8. M. College Assistant Coach Science Instructor A.B. Clark College cial Studies-lnstructor MISS LElLA lNGERSOLL A.B. Clark College English-lnstructor R we . f RQ' if T on . v.'. li 2 0, - . KTQK E X ' g 1 2- ' R. g MRS. AGNES H. LOWE A.B. Benedict College Senior Class Sponsor Social Science-Instructor MRS. SADIE A. PHILLIPS MR. CLARENCE BIBB MRS. CLAUDINE COLEMAN B.S. Alabama State College A.B. Miles College Albany State College Science-Instructor Advance Study, Bradley Supply Teacher University Attendance Teacher t' .T1'f'.,x'V .- -1, , H- -.1 ggjii.-qt, ' ',-u'.D,'f:jf7E-px. P' I- ,Q , ,5 " 9.1-gif ,fx D ff gf N -:,f. ,. ' 5 5" " Q g " 1 fi ff, if ss , , A di' ' If h ' 3 Y n 3 fu y f L, f U j O ' Q I 1 l . W Q9 i f ' 'Q K O X T Z, ' xf f tv xx .j 2174 . ' Ubi: 'z"'." 'K ...N x a 'i ' n.. ,qovm sl SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS JOHN FORD "Jolly" Capt.Capt. Football Teamg Pres. of Sr. Classy Pres. Student Councilg School News Commentatorg Editor- in-Chief of Annual Staff. "When the goal is in sight the sacri- fices seems to shrink" OS'IE THOMAS "Buck" Vice Pres. of Sr. Class: Football "Have fun while you are young, you might not not live to grow old" l DOROTHY HENRY ,,Tut,, Recording Secy.g Member of Chorusp Chee: leader. "Success is the treasure I'm searching for" RONELLA THOMAS MARGIE MAE MERCER "Shag" "Margie" Fin. Secy.g Basketballg Mem- Secy. of Tri-Hi-Y Clubg ber of N.O.T. Clubg Annual Member of Chorusg Library Staff Club' Corr Secy of Sr Success Class If you dont succeed try again DAVID PITTS MARY ANN BROWN HJ. ,, "Be not deceived God is not marked, for what- - Class Treaggrer NO. 2 soever a man soweth, that shall he also reap" "Less than the best is failure" ZACK STEPHENS "Reb" Business Manager. "As you would have men do unto you, do yi likewise unto them" WILBON EVANS CARRIE B. EZEKIEL WILLIE FLUELLEN JR. "Neg" "Shorty" "Juicy Mick" Basketball: ,Football "A winner never quit, and a Class Sgt. at Armsg Footballg "Good, better, best. Never let quitter never wins." Basketball. it rest 'til your good is better, and your best is best." "There's only one thing keep- ing me out of Hollywood and that's distance." "Pitts" Class Treasurer, No. I l nzruno JAM:s mason ALENE HARRIS L0U'5E D- HENRY "Big GiD" "Alu "Tee" Football "It's better to slip with the foot Basketball Chorus Member "If a thing is worth doing it 'INN with 'he f0"9Ue-H HDOIIII' fake if so hmdn is worth doing well." VIRGINIA JACKSON MARY -IAKE5 "Sock" "Red" "Our greatest glory is not in ,, , never failing but rising every Be not d's"f'aYed for lQ"'o"'oYf time we fails, your way will seem brighter. V l ff! - . 'w.:Q?ll3QfL 1 , ses Z H? W. A 'P Q? S A 'H Q tr, 4 1' Hifi? Mvzfifhrfisw ' 4 of " Qf fiigf fffixhi .- :V i ' as :' 1' K A S1-,gi ' .,:.- , - 1 Q Q A 524 l 2 MYRIAE APSTIN SELETHA BLACKMON ARTHUR LEE BUTLER YV "PI k" "B d" "Faith is the step ladder to Tri-Hi-Y,uBlasketbalI Fooliall Success" H Cheerleader "Where ever you go, what ever Always have a kind word" you do, be yourself" JIMMIE MAE CHAMBERS TOMMIE JEAN CLIATT "Raze" "Chicken" Cheerleader, Basketball Chorus "Fail once, Try again" "Life is Wllal' you make lil' ' LAWRENCE HICKS DAVIS "The Scoop" Basketball, Football "Honesty is the best policy." LINCOLN COCHRAN, JR. ,,Cue,, Football, Basketball 'Not at the top but climbing VELMA DIXON ,fveln "Miss Blue Streak l956" Basketball, Annual Staff "We have crossed the stream, but the river lies ahead" A If X EUNICE JONES JIMMY JENKINS MILBURN KIMBER "Cry Baby" "Smack" "Kim" President of Tri-Hi-Y Football, Football, Member of nurses of tomorrow. "The past is gone, but the fu- "Be the Best whatever you "'Have faith" ture lies ahead." are." u ROBERT LOGAN OLIN MORRIS, JR. "The Log," "Sonny," "Make Your Dreams a Reali- Co-Captain of the football gy," team. KATIE SANKS "Debbie Chum"' "To love the fine people about you, rejoice good, endure evil, and remember to forget." BARBARA JEAN THOMAS 'Barb," Member of Annual Staff, "Only fools fall in Iove." ii ' :Z ", 2. , J of q , - E 5 A QQ 'f OTIS MORGAN Football, Basketball, "Where there's a will there's a way." 2 xv f tit, A if JOHN LAMAR SUTTON III "The Tee" Basketball, Football, President Hi-Y, School Reporter, Annual Staff, School News Commen- tator. CHARLES KIMBER Love Your Enemies" CLASS SONG Alma Mater we're leaving, Our stay with you has ended But the years we've been with you have We will miss our loving teachers And our dearest friends. We'll think of you wherever we go. Through these corridors our foot steps No longer wi-Ilthey pass. ln the classes our voices Will not ring, but the memories Of ole South Girard forever will last, Praises of you forever we'll sing. South Girard, We love you South Girard, we'll love you always. Tho' we circle the earth You'll be 'with us in our hearts South Girard we'll love you always. been enjoyed DELORES CARTER "Know Thyself" By-JOHN FORD Senior Class '57 CLASS POEM This treasure that we're looking for ls very hard to possess. Many men have striven for it, But very few have stood the test. This treasure we are looking for ls worth much more than gold, Gold can be taken from us, But this treasure we'll forever hold. There are those who are firmly against us And are trying to change our mind, They may push our desires aside But this treasure we're determined to To find this treasure we're looking for, Takes much hard work and frowns, This treasure we are looking for ls not buried in the ground. This treasure we are looking for ls not too far away. This treasure we are striving for ls ours to own someday. This treasure we are looking for ls very hard to possess. This treasure we are looking for ls the treasure of success. find. By-JOHN SUTTON and JOHN FORD Senior Class '57 MN , I , . N W . ..ji jg' ggi-L ' '- : T X id il 5 f E 2 2. 2 5 , 1,1 J V fm , W f 1 f ' ,.g, Q' ' ' ,, .i?'n, .fl A " 3 '-'f f f, ' 'v-M' , Y ' M V A X 'rf A Q5 V is Wzixg Q- A2 X! 'kijj :x ii ,L ,f if' 2,5 E KLQXJ j i gi 'T 'X - ",' N fii' 'P H 5? Q ,Q 51:25 A 'T 2- I i"51.L -A 1 Y 7 fi U X 'M ffl W f -'Q-'A N .A ex 4- F V ,vi V. " "' Z L ,A.- .,' ,Q 5 if ,Ai ,. W -:-1 1 'Q fiffi H , ' K H: A .bQ,Mr: , K -lll f v-:, A 3 Z W :,..,. H 6 4 .1 Q L..-4 fax A, ri My VA, L fiffgm I if K L V N 15. hx 1 f av ' Wg, '4 "1!f -' -'-1 1 -55 L .gm V , W :,- YE f nfl , I5 M wif ,gf gg 1 L E? , gi 5 N 'A V - A -'1 . 5 ' ' , K 44 !"VA:-,. H Q 5 I pg 5 Q9 gf? 6' Y -if U' Q15 bm.. 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At that time in the door appeared several students discussing their vacation.,These students became the class of l957. During our Freshman year our homeroom teacher was Mrs. H. M. Richmond, who was very gentle and refined. There were fifty students enrolled. The students who continued throughout our senior year are as follows: V Margie Mercer, Velma Dixon, Dorothy Henry, Tommie J. Cliatt, Milburn Kimber, Jim- mie M. Chambers, Osie Thomas, Virginia Jacskon, Carrie Ezekiel, Mary A. Brown, Alene Harris, John Ford, Mytris Austin, Katie Sanks, Mary Jakes, Otis Morgan, and Olin Morris. The following year we became Sophomores. Our homeroom teacher was Mrs. M. Gallo- way. We were more than pleased to welcome such students as: Lincoln Cochran, Ronella Thomas, Seletha Blackman, Eunice Jones, Barbara Thomas, and Louise Henry. Next year we became Juniors. We were happy to have our dynamic teacher, Mrs. Gallo- way to follow us. There were sixty students enrolled. We welcomed such students as: John Sutton, David Pitts, Wilburn Evans, and Zack Stephens, Then we organied our class club. The officers were: John Ford, President, Jimmie Jenkins, Vice President, Margie Mercer, Secretary, Tommie J. Cliatt, Asst. Secretary, Otis Morgan, Treasurer. This year was one of the most exciting years, because we were looking forward to the Junior-Senior Prom. Our class colors were "Lavender and Rose," our Motto was, "Success," our Theme was, ' lf Music Be the Feast, Play On." The prom was held in the school audi- torium, featuring Spot Rivers Band. A special song, "Stardust" was played for the Juniors and "A Tear Fell," for the Seniors. Also during our Junior year we were victorious in de- feating the other classes in winning the title, "Miss Blue Streak." Miss Eunice Jones was our contestant. Also during this year several members of the class impersonated our faculty members on chapter program. lt was a very intelligent and comical act. Now we come to the fourth and final historical part of our high school career. We were named "Sophisticated Seniors." With this epithet, we became more outstanding and serious about our tasks we had to perform. There were thirty-two studnts enrolled. A combination of eighteen girls and fourteen boys. We welcomed the following veterans to our class: Lawrence Davis, Arthur Butler, Rafferd Gibson, Willie Fluelle, and Robert Logan. The organization of the Senior Class was remarkable, the following officers were elected: John Ford, President, Osie Thomas, Vice President, Dorothy Henry, Recording Secretary, Margie Mercer, Corresponding Secretary, Ronella Thomas, Financila Secretary, David Pitt and Mary Brown, Treasurers, and Willie Fluellen, Mashal. Again we conquered the epithet, "Miss Blue Streak." Our contestant was Miss beautiful Velma Dixon. She rode in one of the most sparkling convertables, a l956 Pontiac. Students who continued throughout our Senior year are as follows: Margie Mercer, Dor- othy Henry, Carrie Ezekiel, Alene Harris, Milburn Kimber, Jimmie Chambers, Osie Thomas, Virginia Jackson, Jimmie Jenkins, Velma Dixon, 'Tommie Cliatt, Mary Brown, John Ford, Myrtis Austin, Katie Sanks, Mary Jakes, Otis Morgan, and Olin Morris. We were fortunate to have one of our beloved Senior Class members, John Ford as a news commentator to broadcast every Saturday over Station WCLS in Columbus, Georgia at ll:3O A. M. During our senior year, we were also prosperous in winning the second place in Miss Peach Blossom contest. Miss Eunice Jones was our distinguished contestant. ln our final decision the class of l957 is the most sparkling and remarkable class of all times. The The The The The The The WHO'S WHO IN THE SENIOR CLASS Most Intellectual Boy Most Intellectual Girl Smartest Boys Smartest Girls Neatest Boys Ne-atest Girls Most Handsome Boy Lawrence Davis Mary Jakes John Ford and John Sutton Tommie Cliatt and Eunice Jones Oline Morris and Arthur Chambers Carrie Ezekiel and Jimmie Chambers Wilbon Evans The prettiest Girls Margie Mercer and Mary Jakes The Cutest Girl Velma Dixon The Sweetest Girl Cefflei EZelS'eI The Most Popular Girl VIVQIVII3 JCISSOVI I The Most Popular Boys Otis Morgan and Lawrence Davis The Most shidious Girl Marv Arm Brown The Most Studious Boy Zark Stepherw The Most Dramatic Girls Tommie Cliatt and Ronella Thomas The Most Dramatic Boy Wilbon Evans The Most Busihess-like Girl Eunice JOHQS The Most Business-like Boy Osle TIROITIBS The Moer Beehicul Girls Dorothy Henry and Virginia Jackson The Most Timid Boy Osie Thomas i T The Meer Musical Girle Mary Brown and Carrie Ezekiel The Mosr Musical Boys John Ford and John Sutton The Moet Arhlelie Girls Velma Dixon and Ronella Thomas The Most Arhlelie Boys Otis Morgan and Wilbon Evans The Girl Most Likely to Succeed -I-Ommle Cllaft The Boys Most Likely to Succeed John Ford and Zafk ,Stephens The Class Comedians John Sutton and Virginia Jackson The Meer Courieous goys David Pitts and Zack Stephens The Mosr Courieoue Girls Ronella Thomas and Carrie Ezekiel The Most Cooperative Girls Eunice Jones and Ronella Thomas The Mos, Cooperative BOYS John Ford and Zack Stephens The Most Dependable Girls Mary Brown and Eunice Jones The Most Dependable Boys David Pitts and Zack Stephens The Most All-sfouha Girl Jimmie Chambefs The Most All-around Boy WIIPOP Evam V i The Most Ladylike Girls Mary Jakes and Carrie Ezekiel The Most Gentlemanlike Boys Otis MorQan and Robeff I-OQBB SENIOR CLASS WILL I, John Sutton, will to Larry Tarver my stroll, I, I, I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I If I, Velma Dixon, will to Mary Wilson my exclusive walk. Jimmy Lamar Jenkins, will to Ulysses Brown my ability to be a Romeo. Osie Thomas, will to Randolph Golden my ability to grow taller. Olin Morris, will my ability to run like a horse to Ray Pleze. Otis Morgan, will to Leslie Holloway my ability to get a hair cut every two weeks. Zack Stephens, will my intelligence to Rudolph Rutledge. Lawrence Davis, will to Rudolph Rutledge the best of luck with Walta Hall. Also to Joseph Jones my basketball ability. . Robert Logan, will my best of luck to Larry Tarver with Mary Wilson. Wilbon Evans, will to my cousin, Eddie Eaves my love affairs with the girls and my ability to be an all-around athlete. Alene Harris, will to Walta Hall my ability to be angry and not show it, and to Helen Hughley my beautiful jet black hair. John Ford, will to Leslie Holloway, Rudolph Rutledge, and Randolph Golden my ability to get along with all the girls. Ronella Thomas, will to Josie Freeman my seat in the Senior Class, and the ability' to make a grade higher than I did which was a "B". Arthur Butler, will to Rudolph Rutledge the quarterback position on the football team. David Pitts, will to Arthur Thompson my abiltiy to keep his hair straight. Mary Brown, will to Walta Hall my personality. Katie Sanks, will to Louise Walker all my "F's" in Geometry. Willie Fluellen, Jr., will to James Chambers my position on the football team. Seletha Blackmon, will to James Barnes my seat in the Senior Class, Virginia Jackson, will to Annie Hubbard my school girl figure. Eunice Jones, will to Walta Hall my beautiful legs. Jimmy Mae Chambers, will to Julia Chambers my seat in the Senior Class. Margie Mercer, will to Walta Hall my beautiful hair styles, , Myrtis Austin, will to Gloria Boddy my seat' in the twelfth grade. Dorothy Henry, will to Amy Phillips my million dollar hair style and to Jean Boddie all the spit balls and rubber bands under the third seat in the third row. Carrie Ezekiel, will to Sarah Cook my seat ini the Senior Class and to Larry 'Tarver my ability to be seen and not heard. Tommie J. Cliatt, will to Annie E. Hubbard my unforgettable figure and my ability' to do my homework. Barbara Thomas, will to Mary Flakes my seat in the Senior Class. Charles Kimber a special student, will my musical ability to any deserving Junior. , X, ,,..-v ,. fda-J x YMNL-N , 8 X f K X j an 1 "Q UN 1 V - U N X51 n 1 mf? 07 ZS. Y Q7 W , , O ff f xi I YU Y I X ,V K, fx KJ f -XX , x. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Q25 4 .2-f f ,1-' 11 so M , Ei .,,.. A,kk...,E,.. ,,V,..,. ., ,.,, , ,I ,A:,, Ev- -V..V-1,-V, -I 'AVA ' '1 ..,A "'A'f f "AA I JAMES A. BARNES if ,,,. ":2 fi IZ' 'AA" 5 "l2f""::1"' I Vice-President Q " ' V 'S"'- .bV'." nlq' q ., A:.,,,.. , uLYssEs BROWN President LOUISE WALKER " Business Manager ETHEL FLEMINGS Financial Secretary MOTTO-"Out of School Life into Life's School CLASS COLORS-Red and White CLASS FLOWER--Red Carnation MARGARINE HENRY Recording Secretary WALTA MAE HALL Treasurer ll Miley Lawrence ,Sarah Feggan James Upshaw Rosie Lee Jackson Betty Jo Sellers Robert James Williams Jessie Mae Ford Lillian Jones James Lyles Alberta Davis Katherine Phillips Rudolph Rutledge Joan Sneed Laura Jean Coar Mary Jo Wilson Larry Tarver John Henry Thomas Dorothy Wilson Arthur Thompson Fannie Tolbert Willie Sanders Amy Phillips ?uu.,, in--P-A H? -nv my it 1555? 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MADIE MORRIS Horneroom Instructor E Section II MRS. ESSIE SPENCER Homeroom Instructor vvvf-.--W -, .,. ,,,w -1 - -- - -W "-- V-Y-1.7 ...V Cypiug Glass , Instructor, MR. J. I. GOSHA MESSAGE: We are endeavoring to build successful business men and women for tomorrow. " V X X N I f AW' ,ef . -Q , - My ,fe . LAk , .r . N, I A! ,ny 5 ,A Q. iw if L41 3 t W a V' ,T I SE Q 5 ' i fi Halftime Show Announcer EDNA CANION The High Stepping Queens aunt, SEVENTH GRADE K. t.ff'Q' M S' di' was ff' W Section I MISS LEILA INGERSOLL I-Iomeroom Instructor E y i E! 'W' an Section II MRS. ETHEL STEPHENS Homeroom Instructor I C z C ,, ffidmw , U ein ' c ll f' 1 qi I x Pl-IENIX CITY TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION I-IONORED MRS. ELSIE MAE JAMES OF SOUTH GIRARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AS TEACHER OF THE YEAR 356'-57 MRS. ELSIE MAE JAMES Mrs. Elsie James is the wife of Mr. Hillery James, the principal of South Girard Elementary School. She received a bachelor of science degree from Alabama State Teachers College and a masters' degree from Alabama State Teachers College, She has done further study at Wayne University in Detroit, Michigan. She is a veteran of 22 years of teaching and former president of the Alabama State Alumni Association of Phenix City among many other things, K SOUTH GIRARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL I . M... .1 , V, Mgmwggr , 5 E.. ' . - I I I A , - - ff I H --VQ N in V, , 3. 'Mis wg gifiwiwb , .. . ,., t A' - .,.. q - ,,.. '- .,.. .-5 g-giiieggzggx zzigifzggi g 3,2 253 V sp 1 :avg Ex ,,,, I Egggi zi 3 W. fs ., , .. ., f. 5 I 1 I ' I ' I 1. fav' Y S R Yi? Wi 2 um f qttu up HQ s 4- 1 5 I sl 5 59 15, . I Q ! I , I I Ci E . FIRST ROW: L. fo R.--MISS D. ABRON, MR. W. ALEXANDER, MISS M. ALLEN, MR. E. BAILES, MRS. U. V. BIBB, MISS D. M. CLARK, MRS E. B. DAVISON, MISS E. GATEWOOD. SECOND ROW: MISS 0. L. GRAVES, MRS. J. B. HALL, MRS. V. K. HARRIS, MRS. J. L. INGERSOLL, MRS. K. G. LeDOUX, MRS. R. LOMAN, MRS. A. B. MCCOLLUGH, MISS L. B, PERRY. THIRD ROW: MR. J. A. POSEY, MISS M. PRINCE, MRS. J L. QUINN, MR. C. A. THOMPSON, MRS. E. S. THOMPSON, MRS. J. M. THOMPSON. .-ff' gif? V 2 PHENIX CITY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL MQTTQ5 .3 GREETINGS, GRADUATES A Sccjlgmool of High Ideals Irffij. A 1957 .X It I IWW ga 'VWxE'5f" , W.. Q2 5 MISS S. E. ALLEN-Principal CENTRAL GIRARD SCHOOL School's Motto: "The mind like the body lives by what it feasts upon." MR. L. M. RANDOLPH, PRINCIPAL BS., M. Ed. Mr. Randolph received his BS, degree from Alabama A, 8. M. College. He attended the following colleges, Service School, Hampton Institute, U.C.L.A., and Montisula State College, Montisula, Montana. During summer months of I956, he attended "an Educational Workshop for Principals." He is currently employed as a part time instructor at the Columbus Center of Albany State College, having been employed since l953, and has been employed by the Phenix City Board of Education since I94O. GREETINGS, GRADUATES. 1957 PI-IENIX CITY TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION I-IONORED MRS. ELSIE MAE JAMES OF SOUTH GIRARD ELEMENTARY scHOOi. AS TEACHER OF THE YEAR 156-157 MRS, ELSIE MAE JAMES Mrs, Elsie James is the wife of Mr. Hillery James, the principal of South Girard Elementary School. She received a bachelor of science degree from Alabama State Teachers College and a masters' degree from Alabama State Teachers College. She has done further study at Wayne University in Detroit, Michigan. She is a veteran of 22 years of teaching and former president of the Alabama State Alumni Association of Phenix City among many other things. QQ SOUTH GIRARD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Q '. v, ,. P' . .MMR . vw . ,-11' Z' .- - - 1.51 A pa- ' K t t 4-'qw , . - , H . , ,B I GSW I ' A A. .:..-:I:-':I.' fq 1 mf? EQ 'ZW ""' ' . ' 'I' . -' Ii -- X1 Jil .' ..,. . 1 ' " f wi wgz izzigg A123592 " , -f -' , ..,:g,.2.. swf .2 fm. ' ,: . ,.15W' ig ., .. A z fzj- .za- sazggfwgzz . :Eh ' G? A ' . - 5525?-555-:.:'..:.. Lfwzzggif wi .iv . K3 '. , ' 3 L wgzgg.g1..rmL .f22:,:1wM:- 2 -- I f .F RIT 5 W f .1 is 2' '. 4 , . . if T s x Rf -4. R I J.. . J Q '51 Q KA ai .Ji If I I 'Zi' FIRST ROW: L. fo R.--MISS D. ABRON, MR. W. ALEXANDER, MISS M. ALLEN, MR. E. BAILES, MRS. U. V. BIBB, MISS D. M. CLARK, MRS E, B. DAVISON, MISS E, GATEWOOD. SECOND ROW: MISS O. L. GRAVES, MRS. J. B. HALL, MRS. V. K. HARRIS, MRS. J. L. INGERSOLL, MRS. K. G. LeDOUX, MRS. R. LOMAN, MRS. A. B. MECOLLUGH, MISS L. B T W R J PRINCE, MRS. J L. QUINN, MR. C. A. THOMPSON, . PERRY. HIRD R0 : M . . A. POSEY, MISS M. MRS. E. S. THOMPSON, MRS. J. M. THOMPSON. YJAWM 1 .....- 4 11- ' . 5 , . f--- 1. a ' 9 X: g .1 xl S 4 . r . . -V d , ,,,.. J, . . ff ' f A I I I 7 PHENIX CITY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL MOTTO: E GREETINGS, GRADUATES A Scrmool at-fha of O N, v ,, High Ideals 1957 " ' MMG: IW.. ,.w"v1 I 'R W M- u SH if 'Q ,pw ....,.-'qv'-f 1' MISS S. E. ALLEN-Principal if CENTRAL GIRARD SCHOOL School's Motto: "The mind like the body lives by what it feasts upon." MR. L. M. RANDOLPH, PRINCIPAL BS., M. Ed. Mr. Randolph received his B.S, degree from Alabama A. 8. M. College. He attended the following colleges, Service School, Hampton Institute, U.C.L.A., and Montisula State College, Montisula, Montana, During summer months of 1956, he attended "an Educational Workshop for Principals." He is currently employed as a part time instructor at the Columbus Center of Albany State College, having been employed since I953, and has been employed by the Phenix City Board of Education since I9-40. GREETINGS, GRADUATES. 1957 i nf Lis p V -', -Q fm ,E JE W' - Af X -r M fam . 'izwf ., gd ,,,,f if 31' ? . ?g'f?" 7. ,, X 1 X ' -, I it V 'M 11 N K I , V PQ, A ,Q I H Tk fi L ,Agn 0 ww, 1, jf' X , 0 1 2 ' iw , L if :vi 5 A :i 6 X35 ,X M 2 . 5 V w 2 fm, ? t si . ' 32 gp ' 1 'C iv W if 'ig' R "" f g A ,-,-- 1 -. 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Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mr. Mrs Mrs Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mr. Mr, Mr Mrs Mrs. Mr. 81 Mrs. W. Williams Charles Kimber Martha Jones Emma Hicks Lorine Long 34 Mrs. G. H. Henry Laura Coar Addie Mae Walker Katie Davis Louise Chambers Katie Thomas Annie L. Ingram Willie B. Logan Cornelia Harris 81 Mrs. Jesse Jackson PATRON LIST Mr. 81 Mrs. Albert Kimber Mrs. Jessie Jakes Lawson Mr, ZS Mrs. E. P. Moffett Mrs. Willie Bell Littleton Mrs. lda Vaughn Mr. 8. Mrs. Willie Fred McClendon Mr. 8. Mrs. Ervie Parker Mrs. Eugene Williams Rutledge Mrs. Katie Mr. 81 Mrs. Arthur Sanks Mr. and Mrs. Wardell Bass Mr. 84 Mrs. Mrs. Mary Roosevelt Redd Ann Franklin Mr. 81 Mrs. Napoleon Gaines Peter Horace lsiah Gibson Mr. 8. Mrs. Mr. 8. Mrs. Mr. Si Mrs. Tom Harris Mrs. Selma Mr. 81 Mrs. Henry Ulysses Brown Mrs. E. B. McCann Mr. J. D. Stephens Mr. J. W. Ford Mr. Si Mrs. Seynore Jones Coulter's Flowers Fletcher's Electric Co. Mr. Lester M. Morten Mr. H. D. Price Mr. A. J. Wilson Mr. 8. Mrs. J. L. Sconiers 81 Mrs. F. D. Franklin 81 Son nnie M. Blareton Mrs. Mary Mercer 8. Mrs. C. Blackmon Mr. Joh Mr, Mrs. Eunice Cook Clarence Dunn 81 Mrs. John Coar Georgia M. Oliver Mr. Mr. Mrs. . Laura Bell Blackmon . Floree Brown 84 Mrs. R, B. William 84 Mrs. Olin Morris 81 Mrs. Lincoln Cochran Daisy M. Dawkins Rhoddie Lewis Essie Heard Blonnie Morris Adell Allen Eula Morgan Virginia Carter Julie Ezekiel . Susie Littleton Lorine Long ldell Morgan Ruby Colbert Sadie Jenkins Barbara Lewis 8. Mrs. Otis Morgan 8. Mrs. Austin 81 Mrs. David Cliatt Bennie Dixon Bertha Jenkins 8 Mrs. Willie Fluellen Mr. Mrs, 81 Mrs. James Robinson Julia Chambers Mrs. Aline Chambers Mrs. Lola Allen Mr, 81 Mrs. J. W. Morten Mrs. Essie Atkins Mrs. Jessie B, Thomas Mrs. Mary Hill Mrs. Nancy Hollis Mr. Leamon Jackson Mrs. Rosa Pearson Mrs. Lucile Phillips Mrs. Minnie Lou Richardson Mrs. lda Reese Mrs. Annie Mae Sumbry Mrs. Addie G. Thomas Ouida Tyson Mrs. Maude Cochran Mrs. Johnnie P. Coar Mrs. Rosa Carter Mrs, Mrs. Mrs. Mamie Lee Berry Marguerite Watson Roberta Arrington Mr. 8. Mrs. Brady Wilson wg 4 SW 4 W WU Q5 f, Qi J C. W. O. Rannie J. Lewis Mrs. Bernice Meriweather Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lowe Mrs. Bertha Spivey Mrs. Madie Morris Mr, Mr. Mrs Mr. Mrs. Rev. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mr, Si Mrs. Clifford Colbert 8. Mrs. Andrew Stephen . Hattie Richmond Lamar Smith Eva Cook Frank Parham Sarah Simmons lzola Lamb Johnnie Mae Stringer 84 Mrs. Eddie Thomas John Ford, Sr. Mr. :Si Mrs. John Sutton Mr. 81 Mrs. Arthur Sanks Mrs. Lei la Vaughn Mr. Mr. 81 Mrs. Eugene Williams and Mrs. David Hall Mrs. Lillie Mae Thomas Jimmie Long, A. N. Mr. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Rev. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mr. Mrs Mrs Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mr. Mr, Mr Mrs . Bennie Dixon Mrs. Mr, 8. Mrs, W. Williams Charles Kimber Martha Jones Emma Hicks Lorine Long 81 Mrs. G. H. Henry Laura Coar . Addie Mae Walker Katie Davis Louise Chambers Katie Thomas Annie L. Ingram Willie B. Logan Cornelia Harris 81 Mrs. Jesse Jackson . Laura Bell Blackmon , Floree Brown 8. Mrs. R. B. William 81 Mrs, Olin Morris 8. Mrs. Lincoln Cochran Daisy M. Dawkins Rhoddie Lewis Essie Heard Blonnie Morris Adell Allen Eula Morgan Virginia Carter Julie Ezekiel . Susie Littleton Lorine Long ldell Morgan Ruby Colbert Sadie Jenkins Barbara Lewis 84 Mrs. Otis Morgan 84 Mrs. Austin 81 Mrs. David Cliatt Bertha Jenkins 81 Mrs. Willie Fluellen PATRON LIST Mr. 8. Mrs. Albert Kimber Mrs. Jessie Jakes Lawson Mr. 81 Mrs. E. P, Moffett Mrs. Willie Bell Littleton Mrs. lda Vaughn Mr. 81 Mrs. Willie Fred McClendon Mr. 84 Mrs. Ervie Parker Mrs. Eugene Williams J Mrs. Katie Rutledge Mr. 81 Mrs. Arthur Sanks Mr. and Mrs. Wardell Bass Mr. 84 Mrs. Roosevelt Redd Mrs. Mary Ann Franklin Mr. 8. Mrs. Napoleon Gaines Mr. 8. Mrs. Peter Horace Mr. Si Mrs. lsiah Gibson Mr. Sf Mrs, Tom Harris Mrs. Selma Henry Mr. 81 Mrs. Ulysses Brown Mrs. E. B. McCann Mr. J. D. Stephens Mr. J. W, Ford Mr. 8 Mrs. Seynore Jones Coulter's Flowers Fletcher's Electric Co. Mr. Lester M. Morten Mr. H. D. Price Mr. A. J, Wilson Mr. Si Mrs. J. L. Sconiers . 84 Mrs. F. D. Franklin 81 S Mr Johnnie M. Blareton Mrs. Mary Mercer Mr. 81 Mrs. C. Blackmon Mrs. Eunice Cook Mr. Clarence Dunn Mr. Si Mrs, John Coar Mrs. Georgia M. Oliver Mr, 81 Mrs. James Robinson Mrs. Julia Chambers Mrs. Aline Chambers Mrs. Lola Allen Mr. 84 Mrs. J. W. Morten Mrs. Essie Atkins Mrs. Jessie B. Thomas Mrs. Mary Hill Mrs. Nancy Hollis Mr. Leamon Jackson Mrs. Rosa Pearson Mrs. Lucile Phillips Mrs. Minnie Lou Richardson Mrs. lda Reese Mrs. Annie Mae Sumbry Mrs. Addie G. Thomas Ouida Tyson Mrs. Maude Cochran Mrs. Johnnie P. Coar Mrs. Rosa Carter Mrs. Mamie Lee Berry Mrs. Marguerite Watson Mrs. Roberta Arrington Mr. 84 Mrs. Brady Wilson Ol'l Best Wishes To The Class of '57 LIBERTY THEATRE "Finest In Motion Pictures" 82l - 8th Ave. Dial FA 2-2608 Richardson Service Station 81 Snack Bar Seale Road Phenix City, Alabama Don's Gulf Service Station Greasing - Washing l338 - l4th St. Phenix City, Ala Road Service - Information Manager, DON ARRINGTON Dial CY 8-9260 Compliments of MCCANN CAFE Specialize in Bar-B-Cue And Beverages i726 Seale Rd, Phenix City, Ala. Compliments of SUE'S FOOD CENTER 1509 - 3rd Avenue Phenix City, Alabama CRISP and DELICIOUS MODERN BARBER SHOP Complimenfs "We Need Your Head Ol ln our Business" MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH 521 Eighfh Sf- COIUmbUS, Georgia J. C. Cook, Pastor -- Willie Williams, Clerk BRYAN DRUGS H. T. BRYAN - PROP. 60l - 4th Avenue Columbus, Georgia EIGHTH STREET SERVICE STATION WASHING LUBRICATION Willie and lcla Harris - Prop. Columbus, Georgia i UfDlCATED TO COMMUNITY ssizvics fi """"7 ' k I ,lf xr-X l , .xnxx X HARDAWAY MOTOR COMPANY FORD SALES AND SERVICE l54l - lst Ave. Phone FA 2-7781 Columbus, Georgia Compliments of Edgar H. Battle Funeral Home l30l - l lth Ave. Phenix City, Ala. 24 Hours Ambulance Service E, H, Battle Jr., Mortician Phone CY 8-8800 E. H. Battle, Prop. Compliments WCLS RADIO STATION TO SOUTH GIRARD HIGH SCHOOL CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Comphmems of Phenix City, Alabama REGAL GRILL l Porter Newton KPrin.J Elizabeth Palmer l Warren Richards Mrs. Joseph Avery Katherine Mahan Marie Cleveland James Gunter Ann Register VV . . Vems Day MVS, Mary Tm e Can Serve Your Parties At Anytime NEHG COU"ef Vrginia Kemedv 1029 7th Avenue Phone FA 2-9671 Rhoda Burdeshaw Catharine Cary MAYFAIR GRILL FINE FOOD AIR CONDITIONED H. F, Jackson, Prop. Phones FA 2-2707, FA 2-9l3O BATTLE 81 BATTLE FUNERAL DIRECTORS "Serving the Twin Cities since l933" 24 Hour AMBLJLANCE Service Serving - All Burial Policy Holders W, C. Battle, Sr. Prop. l222 S, lOth Ave. Phenix City, Ala. Phone CY 8-895i COLUMBUS IRON WORKS COMPANY Distributors ot: Industrial Supplies, l-leating, Electrical ancl Plumbing Supplies Building Specialties, Roofing, Glass Blocks, Etc. 9Ol Front Avenue Columbus, Ga. Phone FA 4-246l ID VNDII AUYNOIIYV OY 'Nl COC!-COLA CO g CAME'30N'5 g sol. 8. HARRY col-iN blglgfilgggf EleCmCaIlJI'gqiixl?:jlniiZ lOll - IOI3 Broad Street phone CY 3-9624 COLUMBUS, GEORGIA C m limen ADAMS' CAFE O P 'S MCCOY HOT DOGS lO SUPER MARKET HAMBURGERS l5-25 Formerly Vergie Mae Cate l4OO Davison Avenue Manager: Mrs, Rosa Davis 936 FRONT AVENUE COLUMBUS, GEORGIA FREE PARKING Eat at the beautiful DOMINO 827 - 8th Avenue, Columbus WE SPECIALIZE IN STEAKS, Cl-IOPS Si SEAFOODS Friendly Courteous Service At All Times COLUMBUS' FINEST RESTAURANT 81 BAR JAMES A. BARNES 8. FRANK D. CHESTER PROPRIETORS Mrs. Nettie Marshall, Manager NOVELTY SHOP CLOTHES and Sl-IOES for the Entire Family IOZ7 Broadway - Columbus, Ga. Phone FA 3-l6Sl A Visit from you will be appreciated MOORE 81 GILES GARAGE Phone CY 8-6988 COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE PAINT, FENDER AND BODY WORK ACETYLENE WELDING I7I2 Seale Rd. So. Phenix City, Ala. At the head of the fashion class its The Chattahoochee VaIIey's Greatest Department Store Since I876 CLASS OF 1947 Our Motto "We finish - to begin" Lester Mason, President Ten Years Ago REEVES AUTO SUPPLY AUTO PARTS Wholesale Distributors 2l5 - I4th St. Phenix City, Ala. Compliments of The Memlzer Banks 0 COLUMBUS CLEARING HOUSE ASSN. "COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS" Home of Satisfied Customers Southern Furniture Store I624 Seale Rd. Phenix City, Alabama SEALE ROAD CURB MARKET D. A. CDenI Andrews, Prop. Dial CY 8-9I I3 MEET ME AT THE SILVER FRONT CAFE Mr, Meridith Cook, Prop. Mr. Willie E, Cook, Prop. WI-IERE GOOD FOOD IS SERVED Regular Meals at All Times-Beer Wine Cold Drinks All Kinds of Fine Food and Satisfied Customers 603 4th Ave, FA 2-9282 Columbus, Ga. PHENIX CITY HERALD PRINTERS 8 PUBLISHERS SOO Fourteenth St. Phenix City, Ala. Dial CY 8-696i I-Iarold E. Poor, Sr., Publisher Compliments of Pl-IENIX CITY ALABAMA I MONSKY'S Classy Clothes Shop 1035 BROADWAY Phone FA 2-7092 Columbus, Ga. Established i868 SOL LOEB COMPANY, Inc. WHoLEsAi.E GROCERIES AND CCIGARS Columbus, Georgia 900 Front Avenue Dial FA 2-7376 506 - l4th St., Phenix City, Ala. Telephone CY 8-780i GUARD YOUR SAVINGS VVl-l'l'l First Federal Savings and Loan Association Of Russell County Savings lnsured to Sl0,000 by F,D.l,C, 3V2Ii Interest on Savings :,1,:,1,:g,: , . .41 .-!-.?:5t92'1:5.- -:-r-:-:-::-.-,- H Q RC m0keS YOU f "QA 5" "?i53fl7L- ,- A ,. ., iiv ,. ' 5 Qliffizill fffffflllffflvi' f3f3f3ffffff3f'.friff? "' H feel 'Ike NEW! f1:,5, 5,i 2 '2g2555fjQ3 ..v. . .1-...ig ' ' 2 '- Why do so many folks I,j'i'51515EElQ,. 3 ,5553 l :gQ3" .f Qjgif vhoosv RC? 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