Statesboro High School - Criterion Yearbook (Statesboro, GA)

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Womack, Mr. Everett Williams, Mr. E. I. Womack, Mr. Raymond Hodges. H. P. WOMACK Superintendent Bulloch County Schools B.A., M.A. University of Georgia. Much to the surprise of many. our past school year at Statesboro High in the county system has proved to be most successful. NY'ith very little friction we have been able to divert from the independent system to the newer county system, Under the capable leadership of Mr. Nlfomack and the county board, we have learned, through experience, that numerous schools can cooperate and work together to the greatest advantage of the entire county. I4 EHS CITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES In the picture: Principal S. H. Sherman, Mr. Robert Donaldson. Mr. Rufus Anderson, Mrs. J. G. Attaway, Dr. Hunter Robertson, Mr. R. J. Kennedy, jr. TU ISE US . S. H. SHERMAN Principal Stutesboro City Srboals A.B., M.A. Hendrix College: Peabody: University of Arkansas: Graduate Vfnrlt, JOHN C. ADAMS Assistant Prinfiphl A.B.,, M.A. University of Georgia In early December last semester, a great "howl" representatives, the student body voted to attend was heard from the students at Statesboro because school one week later this Spring in order to have of the shortened Christmas holidays. Although this an extra week of Christmas holidays. This plan was was the state law, a group of students sent a lettter, soon approved by the county board and went into approved by Mr. Sherman, to Superintendent XVom- effect county wide. This is but one example of how .mek and Mr. Everett W'illiams as a plea for more the county system can and does work to the best holidays. As result of a meeting of these two ad- advantage of each school. ministrators, Mr. Sherman, Mr. Adams, and student 15 Elrzabeth Sorrner Lefler H Aluns Mrs Reppard Deloach BS AB BS MEI! Lsbrarmn Voruhonal Home Eronomzrs 1 lark Cu Q. Q umor Agrlrulture ILUFFII 1. 1 L L ur U LLL mum.: i1u1rL,l.l nurslu T C1u1rx,1J ol L Lnlxurslu urlnrx Cullggg l rn Krunrpa Lnnuruu Mary Lou Carmxclmael A B M A Dean of Gxrls, Sona! Studies uw. Tut! gnu Lnnursxu uurnu mu llllXLl'NllS 11 lL.xg,u rwrx Lnnursu Graduate XX ork Mrs D I. Deal A MA B Bags Counselor Enghsh Iournalxsm gnu' Lnngrinu Lnnerslrx t C braduau Wurk all A FHIE DLY E Velma Kemp Guyton McLendon Mrs. Leodcl Coleman Martha Louise Tootle A B B S A. B. Band . . Matlremalirs in--wry.: Almrlmr-r'N lullr-gf. Spanish-History Sricnrc be-nrgia Sulc cullvgu fur Xlurcur L'1uwrsxu. :Xanax Sum: lfrmxxcrnzy uf humrgxx 'l'u,xfl1crF Lullegr. Xl'u111un1 l'murs L'nnurx1lyg S-vurlmcrn 41lufurm.1: Dulw: Lrradunlu Work. 4yr.1du.xlc Vurlr. lulurnlua Lhncrslly. 16 H-XEULTY U HIIUUHSE Wirs Evelyn Wendzel Donald Coleman Dorothy Brannen A B M A Business Edurutzon Industrial Arts English 1u1rx.,1.l my urs C u ns, runrru LAC urs C 0 L mrur Lu LM C ulum um Ill l N L L, lkllx C. Lllll5Y lllxLr5lIx lllll ILFH J x turn J u Lnlursllx uursxlx :rm C ,I 1 11.1 C fl Lum Xlur Nona Carolme Qumn B S M M Public School Musxr Cluzrgu tau. College for Xlwnun Nnrtlnustern HINLFSIXX L nursxrx ut C ues u Mrs Dann Kung B S M M M Muszr ummns Cu egg x sn at Nu C lrolmm Mrs Bernard Morris Mrs Darwnn Bohler james D Hall Mrs J Gnlbert Cone A B Offzre Serretarg B S B M Speech C Lorem Tex lurs Cnllu, Coafh, Pbjs Ed PIHHO and Voxre Brgnau Cnumrgu Tuelnrs C ullegg Vs LSlLX.1I'1 C 0I1SLl'X.ll0fN 17 1 ' 3.5. B.s. . ., . . C ' 'l'-. 'l- Qllgmp C ' " TA 'l' Qllqgug Sl ' X llf'-g . l' Ur. Lglnn 'x Iiusinus C4vllw.1c. Allu-'l ' -' C ull 'gig l" ll- lf ' ' ' fl S l ' C. li- x.niJ. ' ig IJ ku "" V: len ' U nl' N1 l rf- l I L 1 .Ll ' U lx. lf"' 'r"- ' fl'-3.5. XY - ' L ll -, Uni 'er 'ry L' .' rsh I. ' . JH, HI FUU DATIU1' WE BUILD Jeanette DeLonch A.B. Assistant Prinripul in Clmrgf' of junior High English Cluurgia SIJIC C .fllugu fur XX'nmc11: L'n.xcr- my -ff he-rru1.l: IR-.llmdy Cwllcgc. Mrs Hal Roanh Mrs Sam Franklm Mrs S H Sherman Mass Carolyn Kmnard Serondarg EKIHFIIIIOII Srmnn Algebra I H1 Mulhemufrrs Sona! Sfudxes mrgu Tgaghgrx in Lu. urlnr K L ,wrs.,11 Lnnrs L g an r II Lmurs LJ idx 0 L4 Lldtlfgll Stan Cu 1.5L Iur Vmnrn 'Hrs ames W Guntcr Nlrs Lhllnu-rs Prmnkhn john Godbcc P-:tue XX Crouch Engluh and Hnfmm Huforx and Hu! r Muir auf Sannn LHAIINI7 and Hnfm x K lk! V L K ul' X B.S. ' A.B. ' . A.B. X . . in . r' . . . . hm j ' ' X n ll-L'-. S111 ' ullfgv. C ' I'-. 'I - 41:11-gf: Y. .ic lil ' A 1 iu. P- bn I C. ll-gf: 3, x ' n ll-'- ' " ' . ff . - , . U11 -IL, . . J '. . . 1 K . ' . ' ". ' ' B.S. B.S. B.S. B.A. ' ', ' ' ' . I . l 1 ' ' I ', ' - lufmxn IQ-,1 In-rx 1.-ll-. kmlrgma 'lr-1.1 'w inllrguz ML-wr41.l IMMPXLIW lnllngs- Xlmil' lvl! L'l:uL'rN1:x NX N lm .111 C-rrmwruxx-vry: Hn-n,m C nllczug N1-nu L'm- '-'zx, t.r.1Jn.11r- Xnrlx. 18 Space man conaiclcra uw ...J .S',lzl nuulclbdonu. UUENT!S 4 1 gl s ILL N 5 K UI 1 Ll 10 1 ll 1 N 11.1 I L11 INK 1 L UU f' s IILK lm mu L ug :mm tllllcx wxxmg no L HIL N S s um Us lug xtu uns Nu um v Lnuousx ouq out In I M 1.118 Q XL ILL Q Il fx mt 1111 L IM gr H1ts off to the 1952 Honor Gr1du1tes n you rom I t Frgdnru Dynr nmmx Bland 'mmm D111 u Annu n u fum vnu m LTL ctghgr V1 Simmons n BL1xLr Inc Str1usS Au n n x Ad xm Lnn Lnnlngs HIFXIIIL HLH . rnx x t inn lr 'IYLK n 1 lk lk li l K I Xhrtm S ,- f F L Q VI'l1u Vgu.l cx "5 IL i-nt xlrixcx lu .llmin upun unturilmg hiylm whoul IN um LIIUIWLIICIX lc 'umc .ln II mr J nu. VIR: .1Cl1iL'XL' llmix hugh wl lm 1 Ixting .1 f'Cl -111 .x gp of 'JH IDL be lull IIN' glmut hihlm chuol. lr is also rc- qL1"'i Ilhll 1110 lm! Iwo years I71I,l'.l lv' spcnl in nm wlmol .md lllll ilu .nur- N l- 1' I' 'X-xl ' K' du-1' - in ymdc for thu 1.1! I ' yc.'.'l'l-' dl 1. '- "Redun- sui- ' IU' ilu' th I- l.1s .Amr ya ' .mi l1.1'- cxcr -i III' Q-:hd 5 aft' ' to .lv I ' R Adu, , . . 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IIILQSJ XX 1. rlnge in xuiglit rom 1 s woum s o o s 7 7 pounds en together tlf. om in bcl thit ue irc supposed to be n s rit su 1rL 1 hum proposition lun XIX n dup eons1dLr1t1on to ns ntx ,ure L Il I sues it H1970 pounds O1 hun is lirge enough to hold men nh mst imount of lsnoxxledge su him been L mmm 1to it these list 4 xurs for our hit would musurg S-HH imhes Our height IS -HJ fr S n xxhieh egrtnnls ruses us high enough in 1114 xxorld to look doxxn upon the LlIILlLI'L,I'ILIL,l1tLS Ysc 11110 xxithm our rinks musieims, ietrnsses pruelurs sutesinen doetors 1rt1sts 1nd it lust om L S Prcs1dent lug do not spu.1f1 xx h1n.h one Nou Ire xou impressed with the pmlurc JEYE FLLTQHER rcsrduxt JANE BEAX ER rr Prvszdrnt XX IN DEL MARSH Sc: rrtury HEX RY SMITH Trcasurnr MISS KEMP MISS CARMICHAEL CLASS STOINSORS The 26 members of our class who h-ue come all the 17 years together In Ibn plrture Stundmg Betty jc-1n, lvncttc, jackie, Lila Ann, J1ne, jere, M1ry jon, Florence, Robert, jimmy, Liz, Sybil, Thelma, Emma Mac, Jo, Pxtsy, M1rg1rct Ann, Kneeling Eddie, Robert, Perry, Glenn, Rondal, Inmr! Gilbert, Bobby, Fred, Will 21 ' ' 1, U Q1 1- 1- 1 cg Ii R s A ' I ' , D 1 1 , A 1' '77, 5 3 ' 'f ifziill A , 7 'S'-iff? ' ' ' S 1 1 Vi 1 V, ' 5 - ' ' if 1-. I, ,, , R E lh' Cla of liif ' 4 t f '9 . - l - -36 gi l . d 3 y . XY" V as S range in .igc from Quincy! 17 I'C.II'N 2 months .ind 3 days to "lids" ZH ,, yc. 7 mon l .ln - days. U r -'gli . I" i mm '. f - fi -l l's 4 f . ll 'n. to Rcl 'rt St 'lx l.1l-'s 6 ft. 3 in. lwith or 1" hour l1i silli trlc' K' . . K" ' f .lC.IIl 91 1 l t "IS ' " -L 'I'.1k 1 .il K1 - - .is 1 - - ' Ja y . " . ' - i pif " . -1 -. " . 1 K ".' ,ICA ' dai .' fig' , xx' - ip hc l' 1 . 1 L r x l A 'rn ' g i1 ' - f .1 , 1 ' 1. ' 3 ' -'1 ' I . i., X' .' ' A' ' ' 4 ' Y... .if 5 1' 'i' 'j. .Y 'L ' N ge BETTY JEAN ALLEN AMBITION: Secretary. Entered Sr. High '49. F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Hob- by Club 3, "S" Club 23 Original Club, Criterion Staff 4g Basketball 2. -4535 St MARGIE ANN ALLEN AMBITION: Beautician. Entered Sr. High '49. F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4: Hob- by Club 3, "S" Club 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 3: 4-H Club 1, 2: Criterion Staff 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Science Fair 3. JOHNNY CHESLEY ADAMS AMBITION: Arrbifcd Entered Sr. High '49. After Dinner Club 2: lieta Club 3, 43 Hi-Owl Staff 3, Criterion Staff 43 llaekctball 3, 4, Tracl: 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 43 Science Fair 3, W'bo's XVho 3. ROY DEAN ARNETT AMBITION: Own a motel. Entered Sr. High '49. Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, F.F.A. 2, 3, 4. EUGENE ASHLEY ALDERMAN AMBITION: Tourist. Entered Sr. High '49, Cilee Club 3, 4, After Dinner Club 2, Football l, 2, 3. JOSEPHINE ATTAWAY AMBITION: Home Economist Entered Sr. High '49. Beta Club 3, 43 Treasurer 3, 4, F.H.A. 3, Science Club Z5 Dra- matics Club 3: Hobby Club 3: Original Club, Criterion Staff 2, 4, :Cn-Editor 41: junior High Whcfs Who lg Beauty Court l, 2, 3, Carnival Queen 43 W'l1o's Nvho 4. MARVIN CARL BEASLEY AMBITION: loin Air Forte. Entered Sr. High '49. Science Club 3: Glue Club 3. JANE BEAVER AMBITION: To be happy. Entered Sr. High '49. Beta Club 3. 4: iPrt-sident -H Sqicnue Club Z: Quill and Scrnll 3. 4: 1Vicc President SJ, Club 2, 3. 4: Original Club: Criterion 2. 4. 1Co-Editor 41: Hi-Owl 3 :Business Managerig Baile:-.ball I. 2. 3. 4: Class Vice-President 4: Class Treas- urer 3: Miss S.H.S. 41 XY'hu's XYl'i0 4. CAROLYN ELIZABETH BLACKBURN AMBITION: Elementary school teacher. Entered Sr. High '49. F.H.A. l,l.3: Quill and Scrull 3. 43 Cilce Club Z: Hi-Owl 3: Criterion Staff 4, Beauty Court l. 2, 5, 43 Class Queen 11 .luniur Hi V'ho's Xvliti 1: Beta Club 4. JAMES W. BLAND, JR. AMBITION: To be the :ery best of what ever I am. Entered Sr. High '49, Hi-Y 4: lVice Presidentlz Beta Club 3, 4, lSecretary 43: Busi- ness Manager Criterion 43 Cri- editnr Hi-Owl Staff 33 First Place District Science Fair 3: Arinn Music Award 23 Band l. 2, Piano District Meet 3, 4: Youth Councilman 4, W'ho's Vfhu 4: Original Club. EMMA MAE BOYD AMBITION: Stenogrupher. Entered Sr. High I49. Beta Club 3, 4: F.H.A. Z, Orig- inal Club, Glee Club l, 2, 3. GARY EDWIN BRAGG WILBUR EDWIN JIMMY HAROLD AMBITION Keep out of BRANNEN BROWN Army. AMBITION Teacher AMBITION Electrician Entered Sr. High '48 Entered Sr High 49 Entered Sr High 'Sl Spent IWU years in Army After Dinner Club 2 FFA Y 4 4 F.F.A. 2g Scicnee Club nd Club 4 Hi-Owl Staff 4 Football 2 35 Who's W'ho 4 LILA ANN CANUETTE AMBITION: Home Economist. Entered Sr. High '49, Hobby Club 3, Original Club: Beta Club 43 Quill and Scroll 3. 4, iilee Club 3: Tri-lli-Y Z, Dramatics Z3 Hi-Owl Stiff H Criterion Staff 4, Basketball I: F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, lsccrctary 4. Reporter 3.1 JAMES GILBERT CONE AMBITION: Dentist. Entered Sr. High '49. After Dinner Club Z: Glee Club 3. 4: Hi-Owl staff 3: Fuotball 3. 4: Traek 3, 4, First place in music. festival 3, Basketball 4. 23 v U V 2' gn Unloading for a day's work. BILLY JOE DEAL AMBITION: Coach. Entered Sr. High '5Z. ..1. , 1. W'l1n's XY'hn 4. lili X 4' Cine Ciluls 4 CHARLES EDWARD DEAL AMBITION: Tal: c if easy the nfs! of my life. Entered Sr. High '50. l'.l9.A. 3. 41 Ili-Y 4: luduslrial Arn Club 3: Cilcv: Club 3, 4: iliflili 3. 4. FRANKLIN DELONIA LONNER AMBITION: Sing' Ollf of ibc Army. Entered Sr. High '48. Spun! lun xt-.Irs in ilu- .'Xrn1j.1 l.l .X. l: :Xftcr Dinner Cluh 1. lli-Owl Nuff 4: l5.nlxc!lw.1ll xg, - -. 3. luclrbill -. -, ANNETTE LRUMBLEY AMBITION: Physical Ezl Di- rcrfor. Entered Sr. High 'SL llublvy C lub 33 41 lhxlu-tl1.lll 3. lil-l'C.lNllfL'f 3 nmn 41. MARIE ,IANICE DEAL AMBITION: Iournulist. Entered Sr. High '50. Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Beta Club 3. 43 Quill 65 Surull 3, 43 lli-Owl Staff 3: Criterion Staff 4: Class Queen 3: 4-ll Club 2, 3. 4, qlicpuricr 2, Of- ficer 2. 3, 4b. l5.ll.A. llicporicr 2. 4. Treasu- rcr U: llisrricl limi ciUl1hJXl 3, 4. 4'l'll'x W 4 Crllcrwn Sufi' Prnlccr Khnir- .Mr MARGARET ANN DEKLE AMBITION: Artrfss. Entered Sr. High '49, Beta Club 3, 4: Dranutics Club 3: Original Ci l u b: Q rircriun Staff 2, 43 District Play 2. 4: District Reading Contest 3. 4: Best Agnus Ilisxricr Nice: 4: EH..-X. 3: Science C l u lm 2: Beauty Cnurx 4. DONNA JUNE DeLOACH AMBITION: Hostess an an Orean liner. Entered Sr. High '-69. 'liri-ll:-Y 21 llubbx Club 3: lyll..-K. I. 2. 3. 4: Club 3. 4: Cvlcc Llub 3: linnd l. 2: Vrnrcruum Staff 43 l5.1skclb.ill 1. 2, 2, 4: Cliucrlt-.ztlcr 4: .Iuninr llx XX'l1u'x Winn I: Scivllct' lulir 1: 4-ll C lub I: lltuiuty Cuuri 4. ROBERT FRANKLIN DONALDSON AMBITION: A million dollar "bum". Entered Sr. High '49. lieu Klub 3. 4: Quill X Strnll 3, 4: Uruginsl Club: lntlusirisl Arts Club I: Ciluv K lub 4: IL'- bszu ilicnm 3. 4: llieklvil Staff 3: C,rucrn-sn Smit' 4: Ynutlu C4-uncilnun 4: Ons-.uct Play 2, LARRY HENRY EVANS AMBITION: To be the best of whatever I am. Entered Sr. High '49 -withdrew- Re-cntered '52. Bet.: Club 4, junior Ili Xvlilfs wllw I. SYBIL JANET GRINER AMBITION: To be snrressful. Entered Sr. High '49, Beta Club 3, 4: Quill 81 Scroll 3, 4: F.H.A. I. 2, 3: Choir, Hi-Owl Staff Wg Criterion Staff 4, Xvliuls Vflio 3, 45 lunior lli XY'liu's Vfbo l: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, lieautv Court 4: GERALD FLOYD FLETCHER AMBITION: Be happy and a friend to all. Entered Sr. High '49. Beta Club 3, 4: "S" Club I, 2, 3, 4, Quill SL Scroll 3. 41 After Dinner Club 23 Original Club: Uc- batc Team 3, 43 Declam- ation 4, Football l, 2, 1, 4g Basketball 2, 3, 4, 'lirael-t 1, 2, 3, 4: Haw- ball 3, 43 Class President 3, 43 District Winner in American Legion Con- test 3: Co-Editor Hi- Owl 3: Production Man- ager Criterion 4: Mr. 5.1 l.S. Citivcnsliip Cup. FLORENCE ESTHER GROSS. AMBITION: Nurse. Entered Sr. High '49, Glee Club 2, 3: Hobby Club 3: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3: Original Club: Beta Club 45 F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4, 1Trcasurer 415 Criterion Staff 45 Manager Basket- ball Team 4, XVlm's XX'lm I: Beauty Court 4. THELMA LUCILLE FORDHAM AMBITION: To be happy and successful. Entered Sr. High '49. Beta Club 3, 4, Quill Sl Scroll 3, 4, Original Club, Chuir 3, 4: Hi- Owl Staff 31 Criterion Staff 43 Attendance Cer- tificatc l, 2, 3. 4. Q6 25 FREDERICK BYRON DYER AMBITION: To make the se- rreis of lhe Uniterse lznoun to mankind. Entered Sr. High '49, Science Club 1. 31 Beta Club i. 41 Quill 8 Serull 3. 4: H1- Owl Staff 3: Criterion 4: Lit- erary "S" 2: Winner nf lst Dis- triet Iissay Contest 3: Winner uf Georgia Optometry Essay Contest 4. JEAN EDENFIELD AMBITION: Serretarg. Entered Sr. High '49. I4.H,A. 1. 2. 3. 4: Dramatic Club 3: "S" Club 2: Lriteriun Staff 45 Beta Club 4g liaxket- ball 2. JUNE EDENFIELD AMBITION: To be liked by everyone. Entered Sr. High '49. l'.ll.A. l, 2, 3, 4, lpresident 3, 41, Cilec Club 2: 4-ll Club 13 Hubby Club 3: Dramatics Club N1 Club 2, 3, 4, Criterinn Staff 41 Basketball 2, 3, 4, 1Captain 43. .Qs ye fc .Qs Q? LILY LAVONNE HUNNICUTT AMBITION: Typist. Entered Sr. High '49. r.H.A, l, 2. 3: Beta tllub 4: Hubby Club 3. GLENN SCHELIER JENNINGS AMBITION: A spcrialis! in Ibe field of medirim' or dcri- fishy. Entered Sr. High '49. Quill Zi Scrull Y, 4: lieu Q lub 3. 4: Original Cilubg After llin- ner Club J: iritt-ruin Suri 4: Ili-Owl Stiff 3. JOSEPH PATE JOHNSTON AMBITION: Ge! out of high school. Entered Sr. High '49. 4-H Club 2: l'.l,:X. 1. 3. 4: After Dinner Club 1: l'ritt-rum Staff 4: "S" Klub 1. 4: lumi- ball l. 2. 3. 4: Vice-l'resideiit of flass 21 XY'lio's Xlkilin 1, X. 4. MARY ONEIDA HENDERSON AMBITION: Elemen- tary Stbool Tearhrr. Entered Sr. High 451. Choir 3. 4: lf.H.A. 3 4: Girl! Trio 33 Band 4: Hi-Owl Staff 3: Beauty Criurt 5. 4. SHIRLEY JANE GUNTER AMBITION: Typisl. Entered Sr. High '5l. Clmir 3. 4: Triflli-Y 4: Hubby Club 3: If.ll.A, 3, 4: B.1sketb.ill 3. -I. HARVILLE HENDRIX AMBITION: To do the work of the Lord, whatever it may be. Entered Sr. High '49. Hem Club 3. 41 Hi-Y 5. 4: Quill 8 Scroll I, 4: After Dinner Club 1: Criterion Staff 4: De- clamation 2. ig llifOwl Staff 3: Debuts 4: Dis- trict and State winner in Dcclamatiun 3: County .md State w i n n e r in Declaniation 3: County .ind S t .1 t e winner in "Voice uf Democracy" contest 4: President of Class lg Vice-President uf class 3: Viec-l'resi- dent of Beta Club 3. 4: W'lm's W'lio 4. FRANKLIN DONALD HAGIN AMBITION: Keep out of the Army. Entered Sr. High '48. I5.F.A. 1: Industrial Arts 3: Club 3: Hi-Owl Staff 4: Football 2. 3: Track 3: Spent two years in Army. GEORGE EDWARD HODGES AMBITION: Farmer. Entered Sr. High '4-9. F.F.A. 45 After Dinner Club Z lPrcsidentJg ln- dustrial Arts Club lg Original Club: "S" Club 2, 1. 4: Hi-Owl Staff 53 Football I. 2, 3, 4: Track Z. MARY JON JOHNSTON AMBITION: To frurel. Entered Sr. High '49. Beta Club 3. 41 Quill 8 Stroll 1. 4: Cilcc Club 3. 4: Ciirl's Trio 3: Orixqinal Club: HlfOwl Staff 3 1Buxinuss Nlanaucrr: Criterium Staff 4. Beauty Cmurt 4, PERRY KENNEDY AMBITION: Go In Emorg and pass. Entered Sr. High '49. Original Club: After Dinner Club lg Criterion Staff 43 Hi-Owl Staff 3: Youth Council 4: Baseball 3: Basketball 4. JOHN LIGHTFOOT AMBITION: Businexs manager. Entered Sr. High '49-withdrew -re-entered '52. Band I. 2, 4: lhtkt-rhall Manager 43 XX'lm's Who 4, MARY ETTA LIVELY AMBITION: Stenographer. Entered Sr. High '52. NORMAN RICHARD MARSH AMBITION: Aircraft Engineer. Entered Sr. High '49. Industrial Arts Club 1. 1: Science. Club 2. TROY WINDEL MARSH AMBITION: Be a master farmer. Entered Sr. High '49. EF.,-X. 2. 3. 4 qYice-President 4rg Original Club: After Dinner Club 23 Industrial Arts Club I: Hi- Owl Staff ig Basketball 2. 3. 43 Claw President 2. Secretary 4. 27 MW' ROSE LUDWICK AMBITION: Stenograpber. Entered Sr. High 'S2. CHARLES RILEY MALLARD AMBITION: Have an easy life. Entered Sr. High '49. Industrial Arts Club I, 2: 4-H Club 1. 2, 5, 43 F.F.A. l, 2, 5. 4. "Carnival Workshop" nggg J SQ iii 5 Vi 1. "Musical Interlude" JOHNNY JAMES PATRICIA ANN MCGLAMERY MCGOWAN AMBITION: A baker. AMBITION: Missionary Entered Sr. High '49. nurse. "S" Club 3, 4: Industrial Entered Sr. High '49, Arts Club 3. 4: Ll'rcSidcnt lf.H.A. l. 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2. 43: EEA. 3, 4: 4-H Club 3, 4: :President 33: Original 3. 4: Football l, 2, 3. 4: Club: Senior Choir 3: Cri- Baskctbnll 3. tcrinn Staff 4. MARY EUGENIA MARTIN AMBITION: Interior Decorator. Entered Sr. High '49. Science Club 2: Quill and Scroll 3. 4: Bela Club 3. 4: 7 Staff 3: Class Quccn -: Criterion Staff 2, 4. CLARENCE OLAN MCCOY AMBITION: loin Navy. Entered Sr. High '51, Hi-Y Club: l5.B.N1.A. 4: Typing Contest 3. JAMES MATTHEW MEEKS AMBITION: County agent or agrirulture teacher. Entered Sr. High 49. Hi-Y 3, 43 EEA. l. 2. 3. 4: After Dinner Club 3: 4'H Club 3. 4. l Hi-Owl HELEN JACQUELYN MIKELL AMBITION: Work with Children. Entered Sr. High 49. Science Club 2: Beta Club 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: F.H.A. 3: Original Club: Hi-Owl Staff 3: Band 1: Typing Award 3: Criterion Staff Z. 4. EARLENE MORRIS AMBITION:Nursing. Entered Sr. High 'SL l'.ll.A. 3. 4: 4-H Club 3: llobby' Club il Qluiir 3. BOBBY RONALD NEWTON AMBITION: Court Reporlvr. Entered Sr. High '49, lndustrml Arts Club 2. 1: Stn-:ict Club 2. l lilircaxur:-r img "Y Club 2. 3. 4: lritcriun Sufi' 9: ll.1xlictb.lll l. 2. 3. 4: lwiiiilxill 1. Y. 43 Ihwbill is Trick 4. s RICHARD W. ROGERS AMBITION: Mechanical Engineer. Entered Sr. High '49, F.F.A.3 4-H Club l, 23 In- dustrial Arts Club 2, 3, Science Club 33 After Din- ner Club 3. HARRY ALLEN SACK AMBITION: Engineer. or dortor. Entered Sr. High '49, Nlfithdrcw .ind re - entered 'S23 After Dinner Club Z: Science Club Z3 Band l, Criterion Staff 4. BILLY RAY RUSHING AMBITION: Master farmer, Entered Sr. High '49, 4-H Club 2, 3, 43 F.F.A. 2, 3, 43 Hi-Owl Staff 43 Football 2. NETTIE NADINE SAULS AMBITION: Stenographer. Entered Sr. High '49, i3.H.A. l, 3, 4: Tri-lli-Y l, 2, 33 Bela Club 43 Senior Choir 2, 3. 43 Criterion Staff 4. WILLIAM DON RUSSELL AMBITION: Work wifb youth, Entered Sr. High '49. Glee Club 2, 53 Industrial Arts Club 1, 23 After Din- ner Club l, 23 Band l, 2, 3, 43 Band Captain 2, 33 Youth Mayor 4, Q58 JULIA LUCILLE PHILLIPS AMBITION: Stenograpber. Entered Sr, High '49. F.l'l.A. l. 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4: Chuir 2. 3: Hobby Club S3 Criterion Staff 4. VIRGINIA LYNETTE PRICE AMBITION: Be happy. Entered Sr. High '49, I:.H.A. l, 2, 3. 4: Tri-I'Ii-Y 22 Original Club3 Band I, 2, 3, 4. LESTER O'DELL RANEW AMBITION: Marry rith woman. Entered Sr. High '49, Industrial Arts Club I, 2, 53 l5.F.A. 43 4-ll Club 43 After Dinner Club I, liuutbmll 2. ,Qs Q5 C9 ey JAMES SIMON SWEAT AMBITION: Millionaire. Entered Sr. High 'S0. After Dinner Club Z: Hi-Y 3: Industrial Arts Club Z, 3: Football 2, 3: Baseball 3. FLOY DEWITTE THACKSTON III AMBITION: Chiropractor: Entered Sr. High '49. F.F.A. 2. 3: After Dinner Club 3: 4-H Club 2, 3: Hi-Owl Staff 3: Criterion Staff 4. ROBERT GODBEE THACKSTON AMBITION: Merbaniral Engineer. Entered Sr. High '-49. Industrial Arts Club Z: Science Club 3. 4: After Dinner Club 2: Driver Training Club 4: 4-ll Club 1, 2: Original Club: lieta Club 3. 4. ROBERT CROUSE STOCKDALE AMBITION: To be a "Ramblin' Wreck" Entered Sr. High '49. Beta Club 4: Original Club: Hi-Owl Staff 3: Industrial Arts Club l, 2: Science Club 2: After Dinner Club l, 2: Basketball 3, 4. OSCAR WILLIAM SIMMONS AMBITION: Graduate from Ga. Terb. Entered Sr. High '49, After Dinner Club 2: Beta Club 3, 4: Quill and Scrnll 3, 4: Hi-Owl Staff 3: Cri- teriun Staff 4: Industrial Arts Club 2: Science Ifair Award: Original Club. MARY JANE STRAUSS AMBITION: Inferior Detoratar. Entered Sr. High 49. Science Club 2: Quill 8: Scroll 3, 4: Beta Club 3, 4: Hi'Owl Staff 3: Criterion Staff 2, 4. HENRY LAFAYETTE SMITH AMBITION: Be happ and have many friends. Entered Sr. High '49. Clue Club 4: After Club 2: l:.l:.A. 2, 3: Club 3, 4: Industrial Ar 7 l Club ., 3: 4- dent 3, Vice Football S, 4 H Club tl rtsi President 24 fCaptain 4 tjlass Treasurer 4. CECILA FAYE STREET AMBITION: Airline hostess. Entered Sr. I5.H.A. l, 2. 4: Basketball leader 3, 4: 4: Beauty Co High '49 3, 4: Band 2: Criterion 2, 3, 4: Cheer W'l1o's W'h0 urt 3. MARY ELIZABETH THOMAS AMBITION: To be happg al- uayx. Entered Sr. High '49. Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3: Hobby Club iz Original Club: Criterion Staff 4: Basketball 4: l'.H.A. 4: Pirst plan .iward in Science l'air S, JULIAN EMIT WATERS AMBITION: To be happy. Entered Sr. High '50, I-.F.A. 2, 3, 45 4-H Club 2: Shop Club 43 Football Z, 3. 4: Track 3, 4: Basketball 4. QUINCY OLLIFF WATERS AMBITION: Millionaire. Entered Sr. High 'S0. -I-H Club 2, 43 li.l'.A. 4: lli-Owl Staff 3: Football 3, 4: Track 5. 43 Basketball 4. RONDAL ROGERS INEZ WOODS WILSON Entered Sr. High '52. AMBITION: Get rirh. Entered Sr. High '49. Shop Club 4: Football 3, 4. MARY ELIZABETH YOUNG AMBITION: Stenographer. Entered Sr. High '-1-9. F.H.A. I, 4: Cilcc Club 2. 3: Hobby Club 31 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4 :President 3, 41 1-District Presi- dent Tri Hi Y Si Hi-Y 47: licta Club l, 2: District Sl state Music lies- 4: Criterion 4: Music Club tixal lg Piano District Heist I: Coke dates! Class Secretary Z: Treasurer 3: D..-LR. Citivcnship Award 4. BETTY JOYCE WYNN AMBITION: Nu rse. Entered Sr. High '50. 'Tri-Hi-Y 1. 3. 43 Choir 1, '4 ICH..-X. 2, 3, 4: Criterion Staff 4. "4 -rx, KM, V i,V"w,x, Q 4 ,- '4 yd a x s -MW -.... 'TP' IN XIIXIURI.-XXI CLIFF CANNON lim. lla. 194ivAl44q. 15.11452 ln ilu' mlm .xfrclwmmm .mr xl mlc.11A KLIININUI JAY. unit lI'.l.lgL'LiX Nllllglx nur uulmru unn- mumlx .md lc!! llN xxntlu lmxxud lu-.mix .mul saddcncd l1i'.lI'lN .u xw I'L'.1Illu'Ll tlut CI1t1 X'.'.1N guncf .-M .1 Trlcnd. lm.1l .md unwlilxlm, llc mll lvu on lll our llC.1IAlx .lx lung .u mcnmrx Inu. NIk'.lNllI'L'ki H1 XLZIYN. 1,1111 x lxfc xx.u p.1tl1,-'1- mlly Nl1lJI'l1 l11L'.lNLll'CLi lu thu hlpplm-w il l'.ldl.llCLi. it was lI11I1N,'.1NLll'.llWlX lung. . . . Nm lllllllgll I xnlllx xlmmuglm ilu' X.lllL'f ni lllc xl1.ufcrxx oi gig-.1ll1, I wall inn' nn uvil . . " Inj . 5 21 5 U- L1 Lf 'e ., V sth 'A . , ak. . . 2 2 'A K K hi O Y JANE MORRIS JAPPY AKINS AUDREY FAYE W' SHIRLEY AKINS I-'ILERS EBB President Vife-President Serrctnrg Treusn ref This class is about to fulfill .1 long clierislmed nm- bition-lweeoming Seniors! Altliouglw fewer in number tlun the present Senior Class tliese -lun- iors will undoubtedly nuke up in quality what they l.1cli in qu.1ntity. 'llie Lr.ulitinn.il Activities, of Llie classgtlie I1'i.lg.l- line U.1I11P.1lgI1 .xml sponsoring Llle lli-Owl were lundlecl successfully-tlieir crowning .letivityf tlie klunior-Senior banquet will mike them full- fledged eiinclidntes for the Senior Class. llere's "luck" to our future Seniors! UN UBS Jane, Shirley, Jappy, Faye jappy Akins Shirley Akins Sylvia Bacon Smith Banks Billy Bland 5 ,ii z 'W Eff? .2 .,.,',-. Q 2' 2' , , ,Q Q 3, , , wa, HF' Ja , W sl is 5' Q A Jxti if pi? 'Ui' ll' 7. ,J- 5 W ,W Z Q W fl 1 X , 'N xv 1 1 , 5 4 ,- 1- ,V w i no- " if iff! Z' - .5111 afulgf . V Ay :K YI 49 -A .- ff if Al if my YQ Q 323543 F' Marion Robinson Doris Rocker Emma Louise Rushing Lynn Smith Albert Stewart Jean Street Nancy Stubbs .JUN 1953..,UP-EUMI G SE I Paul Waters Robert Waters Audrey Faye Webb john Webb Mary Dean West jan Whelchel Carolyn Wilson 2 Oll-ICIAR DONALD WAYNE AKINS CAROL JEAN PATTON BETTY LEE ROGERS CHARLES CLEMENTS S Presidcnl Vita-Presirlenf Scrrvlary Trcasu ref Donald Akins Pac Alderman Al Allen Joyce Allen Shelvie Jean Allen Shirley Allen Preston Barber Linda Bean Mary Beasley Kenny Bennet William Bland jimmy Bowen james Albert Brannen Annette Brown Lavinia Bryant Edward Bunce Bee Carroll Ann Cason Charles Cason Romona Chester we W W is , ,fy X Q 5 A 'W -v a 7 Q '34' Tw' if 5 H ,255 Y qi? ' iw '7-if 'ff 4 Q ,A i H 1 543' 51 , .2 n 5, 1 4.1, I .W i , , . U. , ,.-,, - iw, 21 I V , iff fig? r E U I in in f ZW E. f L M. V ' 1,4 Q 'bw' 'Q it 9 1 " A2 W' . f by fiff ,W .ff ff 49 ff 5 Rf, gam ,,.,..1 f Cdfbgll. Jar!! A D nf' TUBES CLUBS ww 2 W if x Q wi 3 'ff if -if of we Y A Q mf ii' ff my, V ww Mr... Sybil Griner Advertising Staff Will Simmons Adi ertising Staff Thelma Fordham Advertising Staff Faye Street Advertising Staff Harville Hendrix Advertising Staff Betty Young Circulation Staff un. JIMMY BLAND Business Manager Mary Jon Johnston Glenn Jennings Advertising Manager Annette Crumbley Circulation Staff Carolyn Blackburn Pbota-Manager Margaret Ann Dekle Photo-Manager Joe Johnston Pbolo-Assistant Floy Thackston Pboto-Assistant Frederick Dyer Assistant Photographer Elizabeth Thomas lunior Hi Circulation Betty Jean Allen Junior Hi Make-up June Eclenfield junior Hi Circulation Lila Ann Canuette Junior Hi Circulation Betty Joyce Wynn Iunior Hi Circulation Miss Mary Lou Sponsor Photographer A FREE PRESS MEANS A FREE PEOPLE" W Edztor In Cblcf CHARLOTTE BLITCH Assxstant Edrior rn Cbm NANCY STUBBS Business Manaqfr SHIRLEY AKINS Adurhung Slnff JAIN WHELCHEL PATSY LANIER BILLIE JANE I-OSS BARBARA HODGES Mika Lp Erflfms SMITH BANKS SYLVIA BACON FLEMINC PRUITT BILLIE JAINE FOSS ALBERT STEWART EDWIN BRAGG L M Ne-SMITH I'ho!onmm1,g.n DORIS ROCKER L M NeSMITH Erfxlorml SYLXIA BACON JANE MORRIS GENE INEW TOIN SMITH BAINKS SHIRLEY LEE JUINE CARR Fvatmv CHARLOTTE BLITCH SHIRLEY AKINS NANCY STUBBS DORIS ROCKER Radio Edrtor JUNE CARR Typzsts JUNE HODGES TERESA FOY IAN WHELCHEL GERALDINE LANF SHIRLEY LEE BUDDY PREETORIUS PAT LANIER Rzfrmlus CARMEN ROACH FRANKLIN CONNER BUDDY PREETORIUS FRANKLIN HAGIIN BILLY RUSHIING SHIRLEY LEE LKIIJIUIJLA Edltorx JAIN WHELCHEL JANE MORRIS PATRICIA LANIER JUNE HODGES umor Hugh Rfporhrs DAY IE FRANKLIIN h AL DE LOACH Sth RAMOINA LEE Sth TOMMY GOOLSBY 9th SIDNEY DODD 9th PETE JOHNSTON 91h I! H I - O L S T A F F . A -. - .f I I I ,. r . - . A V Av Sporlx Eflztnn LYNN SMITH, GENE NEWTON I ' S 1 ' ' ' ' ', 7t Q - ' . . V ' , . . . 5 A' V . 5 44 r ruin mere held Fxtnsw A greeting .mi thi.. s.. Ind r . ke Statesborn Schools Open With 'fnrollment ADVERTISE I 9 S 0 l'0 - PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF STATESBORO HIGH SCHOOL ul HI OWL PUBLISHED EVERY SIX WEEKS STATESBORO, GA., MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1952 VQL Stalesboro Yearbook HaIIowe'en Gueen, Wins Top Hqnors MIendanIsSeIecIed ll S Welcomes B. ..,... .i,...... 'I' A I, , M' , , 4.fr.rs.1,nfl.u-r New Sludenis " I By hu lodges i,.,.,,LA When 5 are rushing dom. , f u,.rf,ef4 fn voir 1. 1 ' hail from one class to anomei irate ff awww now. 1 If ' ' ' I 1 awp md mm ir W mp- s.m,avM Quo., Aw-f.z, rr " W rv iw.: Ylmwmzyf w ,ru 1. . Q ,.., , .Nw D I v Hill D0 'W' 3' 4 X rf ez ai Mffzuh! mf' V 1' . is a new mm: who would-1 ' We ' ' if: fi fr '- amos sum n nature on your rf ,, I t .. , . "' ' if-' ' 1 i xi, ,, , H, ,fy 'mg K s is Q . ,. ,pn-Y,,i .' sir' -iii I . I, ...ga i fa rms I fs..f.f,fi if., 1 W' '- yL'r':uffQw:Zhf"h :mx rurruiza mms' nmxn esvinr: ir.. , ,z I rmfi-im nmiii, willing mm im in-if rmmm ri-niacin in spain: tus- .mi ummm mmm, -if vi-ui,.,f.s Qriar 1 .1 fm-. use so ,, 'we WW' 4' ' f f I"' 1 5"'4" H""""'f "N" """" """? ""b""' ff' Num' " my wmmms dh' W ,,,,d,,,i,,,, ,,,,,,nl,,,,S,,,,,,, hmm, ,HM , vm ,,,,,,,n ,Mmd.M milk MMM :MEN 5.3, ' Q , 5- . f.. 1 ,. eminem mmm, mm nl uinwi, ,ai Dclmrh 1.-my glad you are nf-rr, Yurbowk. 41'rm:ri1.n." inked l,g,m,L XL .A 4 mi W 3.-5Ym,.,,,,,,:1mAL f fi' .ri 4,1 ,sf Avi . ,, Srunduxg from len.. rn' Johnston. Jane Avemn lanau mu Ke Smtwbcm HM, -fwmf WW.-.. r '.-. I .W H -W r W v'-f - - ,,,, N, L, ...IK TMI. Fr: ff 1, I xi JL, ,Y S. bidi-my Dodd. Im, no-ip of won: -Ndeuu do the inblifii M 1 A K I tl yy. hw ,,,. A nr im ,ww Jmf r I ui, 1-, 'tim Junior High Seb-ool. They :rr luturv journal mimi :Q alum My ,,g. mmf I ': ,5 ,I ,. :Nvkf .. .-.... e. . new-rding Io IM tuully Adu-ov, :rf making an . . , 4,-.mn as 'Arie ,1 mmf. off' C WW M "'I""' Pl ' ,V ffff,'1f2ff'i""T 1 I ff.: -if e W1.ui..f www ,,. ia- SS Eels ' Ad gy W ,, 1 11, f A !vg,h,i2..Lf314:.ff.m imwivmr A S ia' M ti . MM., 1-imc. . "far :sr iza N' 'Wink 'I 3,I'fM"' 'I I' ur' ' ng ami .voum Muon Ano , kiwi: Q , , , ' My i f ff nv Lvrm Smith W'L,"':"" ""' ' f Officers For P f f ' '1 -MIIN rm me .am i.. NA, HAM. ' . .ifi.,,',.,i 4 . 41, F. H. A. ' ' 'ww-1-5 YU' ny nm, swim rf ff If ' . H0.,..,yt,,.,, I 1 I wa W ir' .. V V . 1 ,I . .c'2i..g.aff:.:s,.': ,i. '. - - IM ll sinful Nilfl' 'NU 4' - dilvjf 'Bi Int' x V 4 nz.-1 .,. , I fm., H f s V. I X ,f.1f ,VS . , , . J., i. ' V I za I t ' : w : Jar' x X ,, .if rm. -ar... It the yearbook furnishes us with a summary of these are varied. In hgh hghts of th" VMS work 'md phi' our Radio broadcasting is included in the training of record is still incomplete without the day by day exch member of the loumlligm dwg A numbnr coverage of our Own ncwslmlwr' of students of S.H.S. who have gone into radio and The Hi-Owl operates on a planned program journalism as a profession have become interested in each year with definite policies governing the type rho field and received basic training in the Hi-Owl of news stories, features and editorials. Being af- radio broadcasting room, which is well equipped filiated with N. S. P. A., G. S. P. A.. and Quill for the work. 'md Sion' every Opportumty 'S given the SUM to The entire program is Lll'1LlCI' the direction of come in contact with the best writing in each field Mrs. Deal' who is A Specialist in the field and is 'md to wt high goals Ot 'wcompllghmcm' able to fire her students with her own enthusiasm Honors have been accorded the Hi-Owl in every for making this a meaningful part of high school field of competition where it has been entered and preparation. 45 , x , .4 Junior High Rzponn- iunlrr with ldilon Navy S W I2UNNER"UP Qfmfcy Wmdffzwff 8-ww? fowl' Cubdgdfbb BEAUTY QUEEN x " Q x M Vx W vi N Xlarlsed hy beauty and simplicity, our first Beauty Revue was held in lfebruary. Set in .i Yalent motif, the stage was transformed into an outdoor garden scene. Centering the scene was a huge red cellophane heart, through which our chosen beauties stepped. The girls, lovely in their graceful "formals" were escorted by equally handsome escorts of their own choosing. , ,.y,pfig 1 A 'O' , x .lnn01nK .X 'Q 1 . CA Iht judging yxis dont on the point system by out of town yisitors who deplortd the fact that com- petition vxas so keen IS to present .1 real problem of selection. Candidates had been carefully chosen by each class in Senior High and there was much rejoicing that there were winners in each group. Advance planning and excellent cooperation pro- duced results that were most gratifying and to all appearances call for an "encorc!" l i V Y I 3 5 . 5 4 - I r THE "l5INALISTS" In Ihe picture: Florence, Lynn, Margaret Ann, Sybil, Doris, Mary, June, Audrey, Jane, Donna, Carolyn, Mary jon. 47 V1 iii, 52 t Nu xmeb 6 B-u A' ebxvaw 51,611 Gr mer M De '-Cac new Racke' Qxdnerclson Dons Jf-me 5 06,0 Iqna x M096 MZYCWZ Fiorence Gross Marg Jon Joknsfon 'N fdckb we ur Lqnn Smdfh ' , f in A i rv ,mx X 4' Q A V 1 b MQQI15 OI' ,4 gba, Lynn Murphy and escort Robert Adams XY'hen the Seniors choose their queen in the f.ill, .ind she in turn .innounces her escort, the other cl.1sses follow this lend and plans are soon under was for the crowning event of the f.ill-the llnlloweeii Carnival. The Climax of the ex'ening's enterminment is the colorful procession .intl the crowning of the Queen. xt HENRY SMlTH and JO ATTAWAY King und Queen of Hvurts lltch class lends the .ipplause for its own queen .tml it's .1 pity we C.1l1'I hive .tn Applause meter to register the hilirious en- tliusiasm. Ann Cason .ind her escort Donald XY'.iyn-.- Akins lhlgu Bee Carroll presenting ,levi Street to escort Gus' Fret:m.m. SH 1953 Q35- v -v v EM fm, K' -1,41 ,rs 1 -Q . uf I' , Jw. f., -'-' -u , A - .ml 1 V:-' . 1-,4 1- -' V ..,. -',p-M' V' r f' gk? ,V,,,1.g"3,?. - .13 . -was M.: A. - xx-'V . '- .,,p,f wr , 9 . V ,m.,.!:,-+ ,, B- ,U--I gr- .Y 4. f-:san-s w , , , 1 . W? 25.30" ,. ' .1 'if l X44 f ., , ,. , 1 1 , -,x."hAvg, v ' z , sas' 'Qui' , ., , -2 '.f . .5'f,4,,-1 V, ,4 .-,Www nu. 1. 45 W . X , f ' 9' . fig-Qgg,,'m',fi lf-y-,yjf W M25 V .J-,x . '. 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IJum'.'v'x 6 Our ,ILNI CARR l'm'fI:.wI Joh ,IOHNSTON Bm! lnnknlxq Ea! jo ATTAWAY an HARVILLE HENDRIX Most I.lkL'l1 In 914r'u'v1l vim! lL'fu'l1fful1lv JOHN LIGHTFOOT and JIMMY BLAND Mos! TUIMIICI1' 4' n1iIlU.!4l 'JD GR I Lt' MRS D L DEAL Sponsor SMITH BANKS GENE NEWTON Treusur Serretnry UI H LYNN SMITH Vue President ME Shirley Akms Sylvia Bacon Smith Banks Charlotte Blntch une Carr Teresa Foy Billie Jane Foss june Hodges Barbara Hodges CARMEN ROACH President B R Patncia Lam r ane Mtrns Gene Newton Fleming Pruitt Carmen Roach Doris Rocker Lynn Smith Nancy Stubbs jan Welchel Quill md Stroll 15 .mn honorary soutu for high sthool yournalists and numbers oxcr thirty fue hundred thaptcrs in U S ind torclgn countries. Students may earn membership for disting- uished work on thc school paper, yearbook, or in .my creative field of writing. BET EL 'x :Ag x Nas! N! In picture: Left to right--J. Fletcher, J. Bland, H. Hendrix J. Beaver, J. Attaway, F. Dyer, M. A. Dekle and J Mikell iff" JANE BEAVER President M Johnny Adams Shirley Akins Jo Attaway Smith Banks Jane Beaver Jimmy Bland Charlotte Blitch Lila Ann Canuette June Carr Merle Dean Chapman Janice Deal Margaret Ann Dcklc Francis Denmark Bobby Donaldson Frederick Dyer Jean Edenfield Jere Fletcher Thelma Fordham Sybil Griner Florence Gross Harville Hendrix June Hodges HARVILLE HENDRIX JIMMY BLAND JO ATTAWAY Vice-Pruxidcnf Secretary 1.7605147137 LMBERS Jean Street Lavonne Hunnicutt Glenn Jennings Mary Jon Johnston Jean Martin Jackie Mikell Jane Morris Ludene Newsome Fleming Pruitt Carmen Roach Doris Rocker Emma Rushing Nadine Sauls Will Simmons L5 nn Smith jane Strauss Robert Stockdale Nancy Stubbs Robert Thackston Audrey Faye Webb Betty Young Larry Evans Emma Mae Boyd 57 MISS VELMA KEMP Sponsor LI -WIH T OFFICERS: Jappy Akins Treasurer Ch l , g ares Deal, Reportrrg Carl Mallard, Presirlentg Wyman Hendrix, Serretaryg Windel Marsh, Vice-President. Showing off the yc-ar's work The Future Farmers of America-yes that's just what the members of this club are. This group carries on many activities and has had its share of winners in district and state contests. Ed Hotchkiss won first place in the district painting contest and was award- ed .1 free trip to the National F.F.A. Con- vention in Kansas City in October. Emmitt Alford and Danny Lingo were awarded the Georgia Planter Degree in October at the Fall State Rally in Macon. Yfith such goals to work toward, this ye.1r's club must be DD tip toe to keep up its reputation. MATEHEU B XY'ith enthusiasm and lots of pep, the l5.H.A. began the New Year spark- plugged by our Reppard DeLoach, the club to tackle jects. new advisor Mrs. who has inspired several new pro- 89 members mak- This year we have ing it the second largest club in school. With this la rg e enrollment, the members are hoping to send a delegate to the National F.H.A. Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. In the meantime we are being called on to prove our ability by planning and serving dinners to distinguished groups. We have also modeled our own "creations" at home and in neighbor- ing towns. Y WIDE W HE A popular corner-F.H.A. party. 'WHOHnm.. O F FICERS Florence, Treasurerg Shirley, Vice-Presidentg june, Presidentg Lila Ann, Secretary. ' 59 Solving photo printing problems-Miss Tootlc- and "fans". lt's fun to talie pictures .xml then do your own ale- cured. 'lihen we were ready' for work! The club is yeloping and printing! Tlm has been the project of necessarily small but growing in interest. With Nliss the Science Club this year. lfirst the old clark room 'l'ootle's enthusi.1sn1 in behind it, you can winch for hid to be cleaned up .md some new equipment se- bigger things. - L H Z Ol'l'Il LRS: If-ff In rigid: jnppy Akins. Yin'-l'i.'s1ifur1lg B 0 lw lm i e jean DeLo.ngh. 'l'ri'iuuvu'rg j .1 n i L e UL-Al. Ri'fmr1i'1'g Lynn Murphy, l'rusnli'r1!g Frankie Dull. Sv:- ruhlrig Sylxim Brunson, l'i4v'I'ruxl1fvr1!. 'lihe 4-ll Lluh is .in Ul'Q.lIlIl.lUUIl for ruixil lwys .mel lle.1rt. ll.1I1slN.lI'Ikl lle.1lth. girls. lt's molto is H lla nmlse the hesl lvetlerf' St.in-slmiw -3-ll Lluh is the must recently OIAg.lIlllL'Ll 4-ll C,ll1l5NlL'l'N reeeixe x.1lu.1lWle triiining uf rhe llenl. eluh in the euunty .mel his une humlreel members. 60 I UUSTHIAL Ftxs nn numbtr but rtxtlx 1 tl abit to hx when somtthmg nettls rtpurxnt, thtse boss trt on tall mtl untltr Nir Coltmm s taplblt suptr usxon thtx lnsxxtr mms m SOS tromtxtrx mhtrt nn sthool Bulltllfll booths lor tht L1I'I'!lX1l TQPIIYII14 scenerx for tht stage thmbmg ladders to mstlll new llght futures all of thcst are just samples f h 0 t e rangt ot thexr sers xtts to tht sthool Atltl to thtse pamtmg odd pllcts htrt md thtre and sou see that thtx rt ll f oo ,1 X gnc lmnlnr sttncs ntxx t htst plrt zbout xt xs tht thttnful xx from Xlr C,0lLIT1ll'1 ou ts ntxtr 1 frown nh n tht vxork ns tlont through tht tlub thtr tht? L.lllS U1 p0Lll"ll'l2 H1 2 1 ust c1ll on s " HTS SEHVIEE CLUB Repnnrmp., desk TIlE S H Xu 1 ntxx tlub but ln old ont t 0I'QlI'IllLLl thms group hts concentrnttd on puppttrx thls xczr mtl thclr pro UFIINS hut furmshttl txtxttmtnt for tht Lltl11LI1llI'X sthool tlmssts so for nrt s mlm to tht wro ' ll S Thus ns how the show marks' 61 , V' .. ,t .4 n , it" . v 1 - B I ,I 7 1 ' 1 t x 4: Q . ,. . . . . - ' ' , ' . - '- . " y D . ., . , ', , Q , L l lt." Th- ' L Q ' ' 'ay X ' ' -...H . . -. I . - Y . . t , ,C f H ,Z ' " ' n . D wi ' w Y u , , A'l t s V V Q L 1 rx- 4 '.'- Ak -s ' l' - .V K . V 4 V, ' - i ' tul. -.1 to "get . 'l" -t - A l 3 Q3 gxm. "J . u-2 1 , W l 'Q ' f Xlort .lttnt thm usull thu war thtst 1nsp1r1tlon1lClubs hut fotustd our lttcntlon on strxous things xn Suth ln ll LUXL xx IS at cnloxtd thur propram mort than ucr bttort Tht South lltttnons had tht sthool on tmp tot for dns md thtn Club mtmbtrs xxtnt as rtprtstntltnts to Atllntl vnhert rhtx zttulllx pxrtxtn pared m stltt goxtrnmtnt B st of zll thu brought lt program dtmonstrltlm, .lttual session of tht Cytntrxl Assemblx Our hats an off to these splendld tlubs and thur spon sors In Ihr' pzrfure Bark Ron 'Mr Mabrcy F Hopkms B Sconyers B Tyson W Hendrix B Huggms E Bunce A Stewart F Dyer Mr Adams from Le 1 T 'VicCorkle C Deal H Hendrnx E Phnlhps -I Bland Brown J NicC:1rthey E Deal C Thomnxs P Barber H Rtnulng pins L Nic-lton R Lhtsltr N1 Lollms Ni D Vest B J Wsnn, N1 Franklxn, A lrulmtr E Roberts L ,I Puton Ni Btmslcx bl tm' A " '. I' th we have ' V. J , . ' ' ' ' . ' . ' . - S- l V , ' t . y -. , I W ex Q . t 4 back to us in an assembly ' ' Q ' K' .ln Q ' J : A . . ', . ' , . h , . D , . , . , . , . Qf: . . , . , . ', . , . .. Elly Jaan anl .yarvilb marvel al flid vilw of fka cxpanJing uniucru. HUUL LIFE lm liten C.. B. S. L.lH'l top this. just .uk .inynne who h.is studied R.idin-hnglisli. Such concentration can mean only one thing--' it's test time again. - No dull time here when Mrs. De.il .gises the "Inw-down" on journalism, Hertfs news--eighteentli tenturx 'II-ntli Cirmdt- students reproduce .i new sp.iper showing ext-nts from Sll .KN MARNlzR, SIN 'L' 'S ,gi We Learn Huw TU Speak ln tliis world offradio .ind television, correct lfnglisli is .1 necessity. Concise .ind clear COI11lULlI1lC.lliOI1 is essential. Our Iinglisli department is "geared" to meet tlie clmllenge. lt li.1s tlie equipment-.1 radio room, recording equipment, x'isu.1l .iids. .i specialized lilvr.iry-.ind tlle efficient .ind competent stipersision required of tliis type of progiinn. Creative writing .ind poetry .ire not neglected in tlie rusli, eitlier. Students .ire encouriged to tliink, write .ind to re.icl1 OL!! in every direction into tlie s'.ist prolwlems of living .ind even into l1tlni.1n n.1tnre itself. lfven gI'.lINI11.lIA is given its boost. klournilism is re.1lly' emplusiled. Subjects discussed include sucli tliings .is l.lf'OLlI. .idx'ei'tising. malieup. news- paper m.in.igement .ind production-not in tlie liope of producing professionils. but tliese sulviects gise tlie teenager .1 lools in upon tlie prolwlenis of every d.1i' lvnsiness. ln sticli .1 modern progizim witli siicli modern te.1cliei's it would seem tli.it .inyone would tind it inipossilile not to learn! url Huw To Live With Uthers UPC' asse S "Bridging the gap between Past and Present" through social studies has proved very popxular witn the students. "Miss Mary Louisu American History and Mrs. COlCl'1lClI1,S XVorld History classes have been the scenes of many lively discussions about past, present, and future problems. lfor the Seniors, World Geogra- phy, lnternational Relations, and Sociology are the subjects which keep them busy with current events and world affairs. Bulletin boards and visual aids put more life into social studies classes. liven though none of the "scholars" at SHS ever expect to become great historians, they do want to he "in the known on the situations of today which will affect them "ln the XX'orld of Tomorrow." 3 "Future voters look oxer Noxember ballot "Changing scenes on the bulletin "Seniors see 'Ike' inaugurated on the 'video' screen." boards." SEIE EE ,WW "Smoke KLQCIS in your eyes." Lhcnmisu, Perry, Rohcrt. Betty. Florcnuc. Crucping c1'c.1tL11'cs, foul odors. u I c c I 1' i c Billy "m0dcl5" his sparks, minor CXl,VlUSiOI'lS-.III Haw PLIITCILIJI- Undefwlncr b"'f4"hinP4 cd our scicncc ulmscs. Thurs xx.1s the day 3PP1"4"u5 xxlwn lllc guplmur p.lI'.ldCd up and down thu Jglw in biolugy or ilk. time xyhcn ilk- flku, wcck. Lungtlms mc.1su1'cd to thc Klmus.1nJLl1 Wm-m luxing fl, hand ,giiwcdcki ,UI-ui M, of .1 L11ous.111dll1 of .1 mclcr l1.1Lll1lL'kl phywiw l15PnmilinglF luck .ll the offcndcr' thu ln' Wllkfcmx- 'l'l1f11' WCW' VWH WIN Hmm IW" lust lm nurvc. XYl1cn one Limp of xuxtux' wat x'l'W'- diving -1l'lUl71U1N -Wd X' UU wllx- snwkc1nL1xln'uon1ing LlpNN'.ll'l'l. .Ill Llw blldkilflg Thu SCICIICC llln' xpurrcd us on lil cxcn ullclnixu lmd to lw rcxcucd from prone pu- grxxllcr .1cI1icvc1nc11u. Tlmx wc l1.1x'u wox'kud xiliuns. lwun ilu' smell of "C1r'.1mi1n.1'x lu' that wc might lc.n'n In LlI1LiCI'Nl.lI1d sunk vupu ir1I'ccLL-Li the clothing :mf .Ill thou- uhm uf ilu- nmny cxcry dm lmppcningx J.r'uu1J Ind puwd lhlllllgll thc l.1lv fm' .IIIUUNI .1 uw, .1 n-ril1u-lutnlug un ll ur prcuuru. :Ulu lrulcruk, HA 4,. ,A 1 f in nf 'QQ S ' 2 JP'- . U, W 'vin l l , s. QM cg on Y 1i'?9'r' fm' 1 1 ' iv. 5" ,X W'-Q4 1 ""-2'-----T., M-fwannlv A , v5w.v ,. , ..,-,',- -nut - Interesting Program presented by Spanish class in Assembly. Lively' Spanish songs and dances put pep into the study' of 5Pa"iSh Class 'urns 'O flag-making. the language as we mix rules of syntax with the culture of the people. limphasis has been this year on the Latin Ameri- can countries, since they' are our neighbors, and textbooks play' only' a minor role in the presentation of the subject as it is taught by our popular instructor. Nlrs. Coleman. Artistic posters keep the people and their customs before us as we study' their culture and heroes along with their language. l . 5 . 4 u Q gf.. , ,tk ' I ...A D HUME MAHI G "Not only' dresses-but draperies too!" Why is Frances unusually interested in cooking? It has been said that it takes face powder to get a man but it takes baking powder to keep him. By' visiting the S.ll.S. llome lfc Department you will readily' agree that these girls will never have any trouble4 ilihe freshly' painted yyalls and new curtains made by the girls haye added much sparkle to the department. lihese girls dream of someday putting to good use all the practical things they are learning. ln the meantime they hate an amazing yarietx in their program and giye continual exitlence of their ability by serying lunches and dinners on important occasions and at interyals up arg- g'l1AlI'l11g'gl lay glit- colorful style shoyxs they entertain us with in as- sembly. Nye recommend this group to "all interested parties! H 68 .'!5 3'i1 ,. "The plot thickens 'Dark W'ind'." The debaters gather 'ammunition'." SPEEEH A D UHAMATIES Nlrs. Nlorris has really put Statesboro on the map in the literary world this year. The one-act play placed second in the district contest and Margaret Ann Ilekle was named "Best actress in the district." The Beta Club Play was a bigger success this year than ever before. The "Roaring Twentiesn came alive in the three- act comedy, "Turn Back the Clock." Haryille Hendrix took top state honors in the xlaycee's "l Speak for Democracy" contest. The debate team gave other first district schools stiff competition. Our hats are off to the speech department and its direc- tor. Though this is only the second year that a regular course in art has been taught at SHS. the young artists have really progressed under the able super- yision of "Miss Mary Lou." lfrom per- spective to pastels and portraits to pa- pier mache, the art department has put the school building into tip top shape in the way of decorations. At 2' '4- 51 Christmas especially, many professional looking scenes are found in almost every room. The only complaint from the art students is that they LlOl'l'fl'l.1YC enough time in their class. "Genius CH at work." "Adding the final touches." vi , 5 "On stage in ten minutes." "Earlene hangs her masterpiece DRIVER THAI Something new has been added: :Xnticipating .1 state requirement of adequate driver training classes in all high schools. we hate introduced these classes this year. Under the direction of Coach Hall the hoys and girls practice the principles of safe driving which they learn in various ways. including films. booklets. models. and lectures. Open on a competitive basis to the best drivers is the Spring Rodeo. We look forward to the elimination contest which will decide who is to represent Statesboro in this interesting event. Since the finalists in the contest compete for .i new car, there will be no lack of enthusiasm. S -CII:-' Parking "between flags" EUMMEHCI!-XL S BJEETS Xlfant a job? XVell, you couldn't do better than to enroll in Mrs. NY'endzel's commercial classes. Many of her students step out into the business world without further training. Right now the typists are busily engaged in trying to type enough words in .i minute to break the record in the District contests. I w Bookkeeping inspires less enthusiasm than typing and shorthand, but with sympathetic coaching even these problems donlt seem impossible-and at least you can look forward to the time you may need this training to check on your income tax returns! 'I ll 1 Q 1 Even our teacher enjoys tvpinle flass. VUEATIU AL GHICULTUHE Ag. boys busy building. These boys voluntarily join as the l5.l5.A. which means lfuture lfarniers of America. Here they can compete in local. state, and national activities and contest. VISUA Interest flares in anv depart- ment of school when word gets around that a film is on the program for the day. Wie subscribe to the idea that a "picture is worth ten thou- sand words." and it's our fa- vorite wav of learning. Our department is equipped with two movie projectors. a halop- tican and film strip proiect- ors. with .mother new pro- jector alreadv ordered. so we look forward with pleasure to more and more "visual edu- cation!" Wie don't wonder why we have such fine farms when we look into the Yocational Agriculture Department in the Statesboro High 5chool! The hovs who are studying in this field are under the excellent supervision of Nlr. l.effler .Nliins Although some of these hovs will not he' come actual farmers. they will he working with the farmers in the different fields of agricul- ture-such as teachers. forestry. workmen, and soil conserxationist. a National f7I'g.lI1ll.lllOl1 known L EUUCATIU Learning from "stills" and "movies," ,- 41 Thnnks to Concentrating ? AHY A our Library Service Club! Have you ever heard Ll libr referred to .1 s ll "pulse be1 Well the library at stil boro High is truly th ICS- ' e "pulse benti' of the school. lt is centrally located, and here junior and senior high meet. We all come together and form Ll "hot pnthl' to the library. write - we most XY'l1en we have .1n essix' I to 're library lvountl for l1ere is information on .ll- .1ny subject! Nou guessed it. they Any one making poster 'SE' j .IFC in the library where plenty of table Space. glue. scissors. pa- per, paint brushes, stencils. etc. are always ,1vi1ilable. XY'l1.1t, you my you are Xtumped??? Xlfell just take your problems to Nliss Sorrier. Shf' - A A t s our l1bri1r1.m who c.1n l1elp us clear up question.1hle points on ontls. XCVX' CXCI' tlclll Our .my subject in NQQ' Wes. the lllWI'.lI'f ik trulx .1 I LNSLI1ll.llP.lIliblIl1L 1 tlu lil .I e :ml cxerx sl 1 Ll ll SHS Prnfessio 11 ll.1g-51.1l1er, Teachers .ire Snmetimcg Stiina tool 42 p e tl .try L?" T Now Whcre's That Book? . r MRS MCNURE lunrb Room Supcrnsor Vlntlmout ll1I'OXXlI1Lf mx luouqugts L joan ln ummplnmcmtmf' our lumlm zoom pro grxm for llns sur' Ilu mcnus lrf. Plll1I1LLl xsulss nn ulx mu In xutlm Q Hsu sugn m mlm ns um sums 1 p1l1t1blL mul xt xux losx Lost-ucn mgludmf' mllk xullx Lum ordur to rcspug lux' from du xpplngmts 1 r 1 Suond xxlun she scrxcs 1 flxorxtn such IS mpplg pn lnmburgcr or tozstul swnd xuglwcs Vulun ug 1rL tumptul to grumble Con the dns xxlnn we 1rL hud to nlusuj somg uou x ll lx surf. to su Wlnrg Llsn mn sou BNLI so muglx for ilu PIILQ sou pu LU LHHUUM A D LITTLE STUHE Mr Aknns 1nd Pat serve the hun3,rv lmc Let s C1 In ., as 4 1 'A A . 1' - . l-t's .mll ld 'A :lm-ul." 'lX1'. MQN - A L.. - -. A .1 V - - 5 , .K .1 Soma: days slmc really needs .1 bodyguard ' 1 4 L ' ', ' - .' 1 X 1-- 4 K - 4 ' . - M l rf, x V1 f 1 1 1 - l ll' vi - - " U ' ' ' L' '. , - U , ,, . , ' , .' ., , .?" ' " ' .n. Q if 1' fi -1-v lmpressivc Armistice program with Congressman Preston! .--'giwxs f S it :S U is ' 1 s , Es' 3 SPEEI SSEMBLIES ...rscngnizing distinguished visitors Pep meetings: Talent progixinisg lyisli- ion slinxvs: tlistinguislietl xisitors 7 lritliy assemblies .ire tlie elinmx of tlie week .it SHS. ln .itltlition to tlie ones pictured liere tlie most popular progixinis lure been .1 preview of tlie contest pl.iy "l7.irlt XYiml." t.1lent slinws featuring our music .intl speecli Ulepnrtments, tlie intlustrial irts mlis- play. .intl tlie -lr. Ili onesift pliys. 'lilie progixinis in ost enioyetl .ire tliose wliicli feature student pgi1'tieip.i- tion .ind protluetinn-for some ulnsses even write tlieir own script. Home he girls present style show. Disziiiguislied x i-.in troni cuskl Rita Lliief Anderson and Hon. joe Neville inaugurate School Boy Patrol. FEATURING UUII EI-IUIP1 ANU WI-IITE UITTS TUB EHIIISTIVIA5 6: 8 H if 9 fri , . i an ' A 1 ,Q 0 0 0 J 1 I na A V W a , o . I I 1 ' A I ',, lYf,,fX3 Q 94 -l' iv 'A llxiwiigvkfri . ,V ,1,jf' Q, - .Fwy ' .15 ffl W ".Xlyy.iys i1.itly." miglit lie used .ls .1 motto for ' . our lxinel. Not only .ire tliey .ilw.iys reatly. lilll .1 X more willing erowtl yoL1'y'e neyer eome in eon- T, ' t.iet witli. Our entire student liotly' is I'C.lLly' to 'yi I iump .lt .1 moment's notice to "follow tlie llllttlu xl 'F -varountl tlie liloeli. up town or even to JXLIQLINIJ in 'V or S.lY.1Dl1.1l1. XY'lierey'er .intl wlienever tliey' .ire 'Q to play' we .ill lieeome "camp followers" and seliool .ilmost lms to suspend for tlie time being. Q if XY'e live .1g.iin in memory' tliose "half-time" sliows every' lfritlny' night during football SC.lSOI1f tlie Cliristnus .intl Nlitl-Xfinter eoneerts-tlie St. l'.itriek's Ll.ly' p.ir.itle in S.lY.1l1I1.ll1 .md in f.1et every' occasion on wliieli we know tlie luml will be nmking us proud .ind li.ippy' again. lfyen tliougli luml ratings .ire becoming lmrnl- er to meet e.iel1 y'e.1r .ls retluirements go up .intl , up, we still confidently' expect ours to meet every' Si.lI1Ll.lI'Ll, .ind so f.ir tliey' l1.iy'e never "let us down." JANE MORRIS S.H.S. Drum Major S.H.S. CONCERT BAND IN "BATTLE FORMATION" THEBA " W'henevcr you mention the band, in the next breath you just naturally mention "Nlr. Mac" for he is the in- spiration of it. W'henever the band gives Ll concert, bands from neighbor- ing towns come for Ll visit, and go away delighted. A Q A , fr f ,J .1 . Amelia Brown, Geraldine Lane, Linda Bean, jane Morris GUYTON MCLENDON Band Direrlor -I-'-L-A-S-H- Ratings have just been received from the State Music Festival, and "SUPERIOR" was our rating. ln .iddition to this I2 other Superior ratings were awarded to our various solos and small ensembles! H PU o111dLgd IIYL 1 1ot 5 11111-1 us o 1 gom s soul x spu 111-1 1 L our Ifldlllilllll footlull p11t1u folloxung ugh homg 211110. XX L mul tlu NISIIOIS vnu ugh othgr 1:1111 md dung to 0111 hurts Lontgm l'l1llxlI12' pk.Il0LilL Lr1ps to rln punuh L 1 1 x1dL 1lt11Lt1 Squm. dlnun-1 hu buomu om ot our sp1.L11lt1s.s I9 -XL spgnd mmx lllppx l10lIlS If thn Cymru un rhg I 111 FH l0lt.i up out 111 ront for om of tl1L11 flI1'l0L1S l11xr1dgS up 1ll xx mt to 10111 Ot young tln rulls lug mght ot thu un' IS thu umor Semor bmqugt xxlnn ug don our fo11111ls llld gut on our best lxh1x1o1 st of 1ll t1o11-'1 111. ilu xs.11 lllfllllll 11 p1u11u xx 1 tn mo11tl1 ot X111 SXKIITIINIDLQ, Lll1LlI1" boxtmg u1t1 1 1. ir1ll bu Jud 1ttr1gt1on ulllllg 1111 top numb lung us xxlnu OLII mothus PIOXL 111111-oodgook tlnx ru x L Back Agam 7 Svs mp., xour p1r!ncr Guns sour plrtner 1t I"' 'N A I N ' " . K1 .ull work .1t f.H.S. hc A ,, I ff to . A 1 t.11't " ill" '.k4 5" 11" mol- .N 4 ' .A ' ion."t K XY'lt1 ' K- i.l5.A. 1 td '. .A. " " ' f 110 .1 h1,.-1 X - j -. - 1111011 f'll 1- '. f " ' K i. " N . ' k , fl 111 th' "N-1 ' "ng ' 'I' ' ' 1,-. . ,. . ., ,t S . -S 2111- '. arf. x ff- QT' ra A 1 X V w ' 1 in Q Q 1 11, S . IT' T HERE COXIIZS TH1i QL'lfl1.Y.' One of the oldest traditions is allowing the seniors to choose the Queen for the Halloween Carnival. Another of our much loved traditions is the annual victory bonfire. As Christmas draws near Seniors are seen decorating the annual Christmas tree. in the main hall. On "Kids Day." April 1, the Seniors disregard their dig- nity and turn back the pages of the calendar to their childhood Clays. The newest of our traditions is an all- school "Play Day," when we even answer roll call on the playground. Yes, these traditions plas' an important role in the life of S.ll.S. students, H!-XD ITIU This fire is safe! XVhere's the ball? Rc--aching, hi5.,h 79 "Kids will he kids Here comes the Queen. H106 Emma Mae and Rose give typing door the "Xmas look" Eat. drink and be merry-!hat's the molto for Xmas at S.H.S. Busy blackboards give Xmas spirit at the hands of Shirley and Lynn. 3 XX CLIGQPJ . . . ,f X ffiqe 'Q go M A ,G k00NQnQe' Wrwirwo "6"':1"3as X " ' bi fm f 5 , ,- 'W ,,,..'C.t-.' .. ,.,. .,,A...,....,.4.-A... 9 all job, Fave and Donn fx XX h lcome our mothers Xma -. tnme hen students outdo teachers. 81 ,W One morning l.ist October we saw, to our .1m.wement, Youth Election . Tension Mounts as ballots are Counted. We "learn ln doing" Last efforts to impress the -- voters! Candidates vie in enmpnign promises. tl1.it tlie entire building xv.1s liter.1llv pasted vvitli vvlut .1ppe.1red to be politic.1l posters urging tli.1t we vote I tlie HRllSSClCl'.1fn ticliet or tlmt vve line Lip vvitli tlie K "Blue Devil" gang. A You nuv rest .issured our curiositv forced .in im- mediate investig.1tion .ind vve found tlut we were on 4 tlie verge of our first "voutl1 elections" to determine wlmt group would take over tlie reins of our citv government for .1 d.iv. XVilli.im Russell liended one ticket witli Bobby, Perry, Ciuv. XY'ill. and Sllirlev to serve .is liis council. 'lilie lilue Devils, lieaded by klere lletclier, offered for couneilmen Xlarv jon. jimmy. lfddie. kloe .ind Lynn. 'lilien lirederick Dyer came out .is .in independent. 1 1 :Ii I I I uutlv C ouuulmi ll Don lldson Kenncds A ins reemxn .ln Xkoodcock Parker N1tDoui,ild Burl: Youth Minor Russell with Vinvoi Lone lt I' Bl d Aaflml Collmllnnvl: l".1st and furious vmged the c.imp.iign - rallies, speeches. lmnd concerts. free cliexving gum - even tlie luneli liour was pr.1ctic.1llv taken over luv tlie c.indid.1tes .ind tlieir sup- porters. l'in.illv election div Arrived. llolling lwootlis were set up in tlie gym. .ind lweliore clisses pr.1ctic.illi .ill regis- it-mtl voters ll.ld tylsl .i lxlllol. Soon tlie ll..-X. svslclll .ine nounced tli e "liusselcr.its' tlie vvinnersl arniua .Siena "Along the Midway" Clowns tumbling .ind the band eutting e.1pers. ns their brassy notes herald the coming Mardi Gras Parade . . . Gay street nmskers high stepping .ls they enter the gym throwing confetti and serpentine to the .iudienee . . . Singing and street dancing enter- taining the nmskers until the .irrixyil of the king and queen with the eourt-Pages announcing their .ir- . 5 , , 1 A 415' ,,,..f--'- will :ii en- Boosting Balloon Sales! "Eating up our profits!" rixxil .ind with much shouting. escorting the court to the stage by the knnve of hearts. After the seating of the court, the ex'ening's enter- tninment for "their nmiestiesi' progressed from the .inties of toys in the Toyshop to the Cirand Bill. where masked eourtiers with their ladies swayed to the musie of the "Blue Danube." H A A "M I T H E e o U 1 I Q' Lynn Mui'j'in' 4 4' 5 Ann Cnson Henry Smith Jo Attaway Jean Street Sh1m1'ing: Robert Adams Bee Carroll Donald XV:iyne Akins Guy Freeman King und Qniru Qtrtilitltc lvslrdinp., 'vledalist r mp, to the l9u' C rittrion the Columbil Schohstxc rcss ASSOLIIIIOI1 Harulle Hendrix rc-tux ing certificate 'or hrsl pacevninnerm State Voice f Dc-mocr-in contest Harulle added this to his state lauzels in :me lizun Morris, band drum mayor, :ind Wil Russell eiptun receiving aw1rd for best band in Christmas p:Ar1de at Augustl Detlamation last xcn making him twine state W Inner john Webb elected to all region foothill telm in southern dnis ion of Region 2-B. . gy Akins. with one if l1's t1r-- irst ile c. e ' - Lo. . hm ure ' l.ix'L-stotk Show, Betty Young, winner of school D A R citizenship a w n r d for best gurl citizen A . " at 4, june Curr. crowned Miss All-American Girl of Stateslmro. wizh second place winner. M.1rg.1ret Ann Dekle .Ind third-place winner. Faye Street. The contest uns sponsored by Radio S t .1 t in n 244 xx .xx'.N.s. nmmx Bland vunntr of Stues oro Nlusnt Club Avs1rd 7 a d n Margaret Ann Dekle thosen as best actress un dxstrnct for h r role D1rk Wnnd SHS entrv nn nnc ut plus tontest Also wmncr of Sure Rc1dm1., contest Lvnn Nlurphx wnh her first prize vxln A IA- l 'C Frederick Dxer state vunntr rn p tometrw essax tontest on P or son l Optnmc-trx 15 1 C1reer Fred mdds ns 0 st 'Ace m t e rl sux 1x contest l1st 1r nn whnth wrote on L Vl T Th ns cssn vson thxrcl n tht su ner an the Bulloth Countv Fit Stock Show li' 11 crt Fletcher recent vxm ner of Dearlcx Polndex zcr Xvucrs Nlemornl Trophx for most out stindmx, Scnxor 'also 195' hrst plne vunner m dns lr tt Amerntxn Legxon Or1tor1t1l Contest spc-1k 1 The I'l'lNllC es md Rcsponsnbnlxtnes of an Amcr1t1n Cutnzen -anne Dc1l rctogmzed for her outsmndnng, 4 H Club vsork cs petmllw ln her role of leader shlp Glenn jcnnnnlgs with his suen jeu, ont of the mxnx Smteshoro um ners nn the Ilrst Dnstrntt Stxcntc Fur Le pro 4 r I as i ' A W P1 U 5 C l C V '3- ' f " QI95' 7 NIB. , ., V M 3' 1: , , f, i C 1. , 42 j ' - s I N , ri 4 - ' f b . 's '. , '31, L... '5-, n "3. . I , V. A . O- i' 1' ' " r 'Z-'15 1 th' I his nfl plj' 'D h al-'U ess.j ' - . ye. ' ' he i - 4!e'.A v l A' A fflvllfl ix L Ar'A ,, KR t gf, , e in " . ' ," 'I M J ' ' rg r "1 1 1- - . 1 . l. ' ,Q Iv . , iq . --L 'A - 'npr ont" lg - I A .X .. .v ',. Having "wheel-barrels" of fun. ,fs 5- ny 1 'f Yvix 'gina " ' Y sa, .wa . .'!,.i1 N if ' ' fn- NNU!-XL PL YU "Recreation Means He-Creation" If you wish to spend a day that is "loaded with laffsu and one in which you can have "barrels of fun," come along with the upper six grades of the Statcsboro Schools to their Annual Play Day. Different classes and in- dividuals compete against each other in all sort of athletic events. Everything from potato-racing on bicycles to greased-pole climbing lures many con- testants from each grade. This is a day that is looked forward to with joyful anticipation and has become an annual tradition at S.H.S. Everybody usually comes home with an aching sunburn, weary bones, and a dirty face but they will conclude that this was one of the most memor- able days in their entire school life. "Blind Man's Buff'-racing style. 3 l985'b9f'e" than 2' 5 M5 2 , 55 JH 4 Y if gt U1 - A 'K 2 F 21 2 gd ff fi' 2 l. I' t wif I PU 4 X J I wg j 0 irxi' I K: 42 ,, 6 1P'f' P' O' 'Jn ,JE lax 'iii if H!-ls I ' 1 ,,- ..fiE' s 8 P65811 I... llic 1952 lrdition ot the lilue lleyils, although not very successful as far .is the record is concerned. exemplified all that could he expected ol an inex- perienced. injury-ridden high school team that gave all they had vvhen "the chips were down," llerhaps the main reason for our te.1m's inspired spirit that was slioyvn from vveeli to yveeli was Captain llenry' Smitlfs fine leadership of the squad and his patience. devotion. and loyalty' to our coaches and his leaininates, .Xl- though llenry' was handicapped hy' an injured linee and could never be in good physical shape, he vvill alyvavs he reniemlvered as an excellent leader and a line. Popular Blue Devil Captain' all-round boy: Henry gnmhl lfacli vear, following the close of the season, the coaches of Region 2-B liigli school football teams select an all-region team, picking the best players from the different schools for each position. Statesboro had one player to receive this award for the 1952 season-,Iohn XVehb, who was given a guard position on this All-Star Team. We sav. "Give liifteen Rahs for ulolinf' From the left, top ron: john Webb, Henry Smith, Cnpluing Johnn y McGlammc-ry, jere Fletcher, Quincy Vfaters, Ronald Wilsnn, William Bland, Donald Nvayne Akins, joe johnston, Coach james Hall. Middle ron: Bobby Deal, Sidney Dodd, Charlie Joe Hol- lingsworth, Preston Barber, Al Allen, Earl Edenfield, Danny jones, Joe Waters, jimmy jones, Manager Bennie Cassedy. Bolton: ron: Eddie Hodges, julian Nwaters, Bobby Newton. Albert Stewart, jimmy Bowen, james Cassedy, W'ayne Parrish, Buddy Prcetorious, Carl Mallard. 1. w-PL-E1-s 9 V A - '? P- 5 'J , , if I v I' I LC-H f '77 "" .. 4- f il .5 i s i x.. N -N -f- f hr f B - p-IN , Q - :Ni -N. ,.- f Fx, A xii ,' wma? 4 out '-ml D lg V, N.-C M l , B- '-1 ,. , + 'K 6 INN 'fiizf iv, .and THE 51151501 GAME BY GAME .-Xfter four weeks of practice under hot .Xugust skies. tl1e SHS. lilue llevils raised the curtain on tl1e 1952 football season .1s they iourneved to Nlillen for their first encounter. ilialiing .1LlY.1Dl.lgC of .1 Nlillen fumble. lhe llevils had little trouhle in getting over the first score early in the first quarter. Coach Hall cleared the bench in the second half .1s States- horo registered .1 ZS-13 victory. l'l.1ying before tl1e home folks in the next game. Stateshoro ran over .1 light 'lioonihs Central lC.1I'l1 hy tl1e 111-erwlielming score of BS-IJ. Highlighting this game were .lere's three touchdown passes to Gilbert, one of their -.petv I.1CLll.ll' plays covering 65 yards. XY'..yne .1nd Alohnny were outstanding on defense. Next on the program w.1s .1 l1e.1rtl'1ic.1ki11g loss to l,yons 7-6. .-X series of fumlules. .1 hloeked punt .ind .1 c.1ll of pass interference sn.1tched victory from SI.1fCSl3Ol'0lS l1.1.1ds in tl1e last three minutes. The boys came back the next week to win .1 hard e.1rned 7-H victory over Reidsville. lfletcher shot .1 29-yard touchdown pass to Cone for the g.ll11C'S only score. Rondal XYil- son was outstanding 1111 defense. l,l.ll'll'lg hefore .1 capacity crowd on Octo- hei' I7 Stateshoro hlasted the SylY.lI'll.l flame- coclss Z6-U on the local field. This w.1s prola- .ihly the biggest upset of tl1e year in Region 2-li, considering tl1e fact that Sylvania won tl1e cl1.1mpionship. Pre-ston's 27-yd. touchdown sprint against Commercial. jere scores a first-down-Toombs Central 859 Alba'- US 95 llighlight of tl1is g.1111e w.1s when Albert Stewart intercepted .1 pass on l1is own five-yard line and streaked 95 yards for .1 touchdown. However. in this hard-fought game St.1tesboro's players re- ceived numerous injuries which weakened the te.1n1 for the reniainder of the season. The following l'I'lLl.'lf'. powerful Y i tl .1 l i .1 clipped the Devils 34-I2 on N'id.1li.1's field. St.1tesboro's scores came on long passes from lletcher to Cone to Stewart. Next followed .1 19-lb loss to Glennville and .1 -H-U druhhing .1t the hands of the Claxton Tigers. "f!'f451 Touchdown on pass to Cone SCURVS Sept. 19 S.H.S. 25 Sept 26 S.H.S Oct. 3 ,, S.H.S Oct. 10 S.H.S Oct. 17 . S.H.S Oct. 24 S.H.S Oct. 31 S.H.S Nov 7 S.H.S Nov I4 S.H.S Nov. 21 S.H.S Millcn 13 Toombs Ln. Lyons 7 Rcidsvillc 0 Sylvania 0 Vidalia 34 Glcnnvillc I9 Claxton 44 Commercial 18 Mcltcr I4 Tension :Among the Coaches. Cioing into :lic ciOlTlI'I1L'I'CI.ll g.1n1c. l1c.1x'5 iintlcr- dogs. Shltcslmro l11.lI'l.lgCkl to liolll tl1c S.1Y.ll1l1.llll.lI1x to .in IH-7 win. l'rcston ll.1rlucr. .1 sopl1oi11o1'c scorctl tlic Blue llcvils rn.1rkc1' on .1 3X-1'.11'al off- Llclilc sprint .intl tlicn took .1 piss from l'lClCilCl' for tl1c Qxtr.1 point. Again. xlolin Wclnlw. our l1.lI'kl- cl1.ii'ging 3,:Ll.llill. played excellant on rlic dcfumlinv sitlc. Side-line Scenes Nltlltl' c.1n1c froni lvcliintl in tl1c l.1st ll1i1'1y seconds to win .1 I-4-IZ 1'it'1n1'y' over' St.1tcslm1'o, Nm'ci11lvc1' 22. in Xlcttcr. I1 xx.1s Illc' i-ll1.ll g.ll11C of lllt sc.1son for lwml1 lC.llllN .intl xiCllL'l"N first win mer tl1c llcvils sincc N111 cnilwi' ll, Ili-. St.1tt-slmixi ciiultl 11111 stop tl1c l.lNl-Il1lI1LlIC Nl.ll3 of :lic Bulldogs in .1 roaiglili Pl.lf'Cki .mtl penalty l1T.lI'l'CLl contest. HUUSTI UUH TEAM l.yery lvody loyes a parade-or so it seems on lriday afternoon before .1 football game! The Band marches to adxertise the home game and the result is "stai1:lin-g room only" and you haye to go an hour ahead of time to get that. lloyyexer thereis never a dull moment, for the hand and the Cheerleaders put on such a show tl1.1t excitement is almost at fever lrezt when the Cheerleaders leaye the staiuis to escort the team onto the field. Honors are about evenly di y i d e d among the cheerleaders, the band, and the cheering section. All boost the team whether winning or losing. Unique pep meetings before tl1e games must not he forgotten as "lioosters." Xlany a hard playing member of the team is almost speechless when forced to the platform to make his predictions as to the outcome of the next struggle. 4, Chevrleiidmw. Donna, Faye, jane, Lynn, Nancy, Sybil. Pep Mvvfing, john symboliling ncvi spirit of S.H.S. Marching Band I TRAMUHAL SPORTS 1nd lxfc w1s never dull' Considering the fact that our gyrn is not xt thus tlmc ldcqultclx cquippud for 1 Lomplctc progrlm of nntr1mur1l sports ssc feel Ilill uc irc progrcsslng ln thus fmcld Rs soon 1s the green ll2.,l'1f xs Quan for mucsslrx purulnscs vc null bc rcldx to muah our program xxlth the best This scar tournlmcnts 1n bxskctball xollcs ball .md soft ball have demanded rhr attuntnon of both boss and gxrls xx hxle tumbllng ns bcnomlng ln art wutb the more nlmblc of our numbgr Conh H ull dcmonstrutcs XX xrm sprang dns lttrnt mum out u and our doors for l1orsL show md otlnr sports but on tlu gloomx dns dmum,-ol 1 mds flls nn our tn L Xlong untlm :lu cntnrg progrlm un ox our lUkll0 XlSLlll n s 'lllk pro 1 lx IIL KLINOITSIFIIIOITS gnun nn 1 Lum sports mmm nr progrlm ll Us 1 Hut x 1 groxwln imturg of our LU!'I'lLl.1lllITl jere sinks another. SCU OPPONENT Brooklet Alamo Swainsboro Hinesville Hinesville Register Stilson Nevils Swainsboro Stilson Sylvania Whynesboro Portal Claxton Alamo Nei-ils Register Lab High Portal Brooklet lil' S NVE THEY 41 49 70 64 45 29 46 49 43 78 47 S3 l9 63 48 69 47 53 46 S8 61 30 46 44 40 63 69 35 41 S5 44 69 44 68 60 36 52 S8 50 36 BUYS' SHETB LL After gettmg off to .1 r.1tl1er sloxs start. St.1teslworo's 1nexperieneetl l5.1sliCll5.lll te.1n1 e.1111e lu hte H1 the I1n.1l 111untl1 of the se.1son ,mtl played .1 l1r.1ntl oi l1.1ll tl1.1t w.1s super1or to that pl.11ed by 'most other te.1n1s. The "Devils" threw .1 real sc.1re into some te.1n1s th.1t were l1e.1v5' f.1vor1tesoxerot1r NLlLl.lLl. ln tUUl'll.llllCfll Vllfly. St.ltL'Nl5lJl'il LlCfC.1lULl XX'.1ynesboro MVN. lost .1 close one to liroolslet SN-SZ. .mtl finally luoxsetl out .lfltff suffering defext .1t the l1.1ntls of .1 strong Xlt. Ycrnon tc.1n1 63--W. Prospeels loolx lvettex' for next ' ye.1r .llltl lllt lilue llevuls .lI'k' ex- ! pected to post .1 more impressixe record. kloe XY.1tcrs. our 6'5" fresh- m.1n center should develop into one of the luest .1ll-.1ro11ntl players our school l1.1s proelucetl. llowever. the te.1n1 loses fixe first string pl.1yers through gr.1tlu.1tion: Alere l"letcl1er. XY'intlel Nlsrsh, Bolwlw y Newton. Robert Stoclitlnle. .1mlCiillvt-rt Cone. xxgyne Sgorcg Jggingt xxqyncsboro 1 -,Q cz I L N T H E T E A M Kneeling-S. Dodd, j. Hines, XV. Parrish. W. Marsh, j. Bowen, G. Newton, Mgr. J. Lightfoot. Standing-L. j. Hollingsworth, j. Akins, R. Stockdale, j. Waters, j. Fletcher, G. Cone, Coach james Hall, 3 6 Another goal for Joyce. Good shot Shnrle Y Url. 1 lrmxn 1.11 FUI!! 3 LX UIHIS IIIUL urn nn ln. Q on ru. 1,4 Ln Gunter T H IQ T E A M 'J lvl! fu rgfvli-P. Ald- . . M, Allen N1. Cullum. S. All' . A. C. ll' . ll, Th . , I. l. -lu-. Bunn-r, .-X. lulnu-r. S. P lr. Ld- f"ld. U. IJ-L . h. P. Sl --I. AIIA . S. f . GIRLS BA SHETB LL 41" Bly? Nia DEP, X35 Dgy Y. UBI? Jane Scores on Register. The Squad with Manager Florence Gross and Coa:h Goclkec. SCORLS OPPONENTS Brooklet , Alamo , Swainsboro Hinesville , Hinesville Register Stilson ,, Nevils ,, Swainsboro Stilson Screven Coun Waynesboro Portal Claxton Alamo . Nevils Register Lab High , , Portal .A Brooklet , YY THEY 40 43 37 46 55 43 36 55 31 40 29 31 39 27 37 S4 43 32 39 49 THE SEASON Due to the fact that the Statesboro High girls Basketball team was an .altogether separate organization under the direction of their new coach, john Godbee, they were able to get off to a much earlier start than last year. Although Statesboro's season wasn't started with Ll "bang" it improved rapidly. Some nights they were good, other nights they were great but always when the going was tough, they came through with "Flying Colors," and the hearts of the fans swelled with pride. Orchids to Shirley Gunter, for her outstanding playing! She scored 415 points for the season with -lane Beaver following up with 286. To Coach Godbee for the excellent job he has done this year we say Ll hearty "THANK YOU!" 95 ere runs to victory in 220-"neck and neck to the finish line." As the Criterion goes to press another month remains before the first district track meet. Statesboro rated third place last year and sent several contestants to the State Meet in Macon. jere Fletcher, who placed third in the 100-yard dash and was barely nosed out for the first honors in the 220-yard dash, returns this spring and should cop several wins in the dashes and sprints. More enthusiasm is being shown by the boys this year than usual and all indica- tions point to a triumphant day for them, "come April l7." S.H.S. grabs new honoi in track. One would think fall had returned to S.H.S. by the way juniors, sophomores, and freshmen are talking about football prospects. Every afternoon, the thud of the pigskin and the "Hup-2-5-4" of calisthenics can be heard from the practice field. NY'ith eight returning lettermen and an undefeated "B Team." Coach Hall has high hopes of building a champion- ship team during the annual spring practice. The coming of hot summer days turns one's thoughts to our swimming pool and all the picnics and jolly-good times that go hand in hand with this enjoyable past time. Our physical education pro- gram seems to be more active in the spring when everyone can be seen playing volleyball. pitching horseshoes, or 'Rocking the ole softball" around the playground. Johnny 's high jump form tigfanal Ly or lancliny IUNIUH HI ,.,3f . A 5,2 5 Mitg ' if ,W V M451 ,jf sa Sy-6 mfg wi -,W 11, Lv: 5' 1 2 Q .1 4, WJ wx is W , 2 .L , , X22 Q M Q it 13 Q :N 4 lA' "' is U ww Tw N ' is! SE ' .5 Y W is 1 i .ur ' Q hi gf Q i -v L- 'at' 1" E4 19 3 x A X 4 'Q IQ , , K 1" . Mahi f,,., 72. N gf ' W in Y' ' pl X . . 1. M3259 V . '42 WLQ22 9 W' Q .,,g ,J . 3 M 9 , . , ,e S.- VQZQ ,tg "Z w .aff - . ,Q Q Q32 if ,M Y A lf 4 4 as X2 ' 1, 3, A . 1' 'fm , , x ' ? . ' x in 6 fu ST 'W' I .. rv f "' ,I , I W J 1,, 1 af Q" J 1 ff", Vi 1' 'A' if E I A ,M ' X ,, :A , ,E ' 1? I L. M 'V w- f"i 'Wuxi 32 'Tig A n Q ..-lil we fin Ol7l5lClfRS BARBARA ANDERSON Vire-President BILL STUBBS Secretary ROMONA LEE Presiden! JUNE ILER , Treasurer Skip Aldred James Allmond Jeanette Allmond Barbara Anderson Jane Averitt Glenda Banks Johnny Blackburn Smets Blitch Henry Bowen Ann Bowen Linda Britton Amelia Brown Billy Byrd Herschel Cannon Coley Cassedy Virginia Chapman Larry Chester Carolyn Deal Dorothy Carolyn Deal Johnny Deal John Dekle Al DeLoach Bobbie Jean DeLoach Mary Ann DeLoach Winton DeLoach Edna Mae Denmark Ruth Dickerson Donald Donaldson John Ervin John Forest Flake Rose Franklin Eugenia Futch George Hagins Peggy Jo Gerrald Kimball Harville Carolyn Heath Mary Ann Hodges Garris Hotchkiss Dottie Howard Joyce Huett Phillip Howard Louis Humphrey June Iler Mary Esther Jones Beverly Joiner Pat Lamb Barbara Lanier Romana Lee Martha Lewis Ronnie Lewis Carol Jean Lowe Thelma Mallard Betty Jo Mills Eugene Mills Lorayne Nabors Jimmy Newsome Robert Newsome Joe Olliff David Parrish Joe Parrish Myra Alice Prosser Donald Ranew Patricia Redding Johnny Ridgdill Penny Rimes Lindell Roberts Kenneth Shaw Martha Sheffield Evelyn Skinner Travis Smith Ruby Lee Steptoe Donald Stewart Vernon Street Bill Stubbs Margie Thomas Van Tillman Howard Turner Marlie Turner Frances Webster Mrs. Sherman Miss DeLoach Mrs. Franklin Willa Jean White Not in Pirture:-Imogene Allen, Bobby Bailey, Allen David Beasley, Billy Edward Byrd, Bobby Jack Colson, Olan Conley, Enoch Cowart, Dolores Johnson, Floyd Stewart, Delmas Williams. UH E2 O If If l C F R S DAVIE FRANKLIN Scwrctavji' JOHN MARSHALL JACKSON Trcasurnr SAMMY PARRISH Vire-Preiirlent KENNETH CHANDLER P7'l'Si!lt'Il: Talmadge Aldrich Vivian Alford Bill Attaway Joe Beasley Harvey Berry Margie Boyd Faye Branen Betty jo Brannen Beverly Brannen jane Brannen Diane Brannen Barbara Brunson Maxine Brunson Billy Brunson Tommy Cassedy Kenneth Chandler Henrietta Clanton Ralph Colson Dottie Daniels Carolyn Deal Charles Deal Willis Deal Elgenine Dixon Ruth Dixon Nancy Ellis Davie Franklin Lehman Franklin Linda Franklin Betty Fowler 1 jo Ann Fuller Carol Groovcr Marcin Hayes Wendell Hodges Harry Hollingsworth Elisha Ray Hunnicutt Lindsay Hunnicutt John Marshall jackson Harry johnson, jr. F. M. Jones, Jr. Phoebe Kelly Mike Kennedy Frank Kirksey Doy Lanier Annette Lee Carolyn Jo Lord james Lowe Gennell Lowery Betty Jean McCall Ted McCorl-cle Mary Ben Mikell Jack Mikell Pat Murphy Martin Newsome Rita Parker Sammy Parrish Marilyn Perkins George Ann Prather Evelyn Phillips Shirley Ridgill June Rushing Mary Sack Alice Fay Sconyers Bobby Shellnut Patricia Thacl-lston Ann Tucker jack Waters Madelyn Waters John Whelchel Carol jean Williams Jay Wilson, Jr. Bonnie Woodcock S l' O N S O R S Miss Kinnard, Mrs. Roach, Mrs. Gunter W., f Not In Picture: Mack Allmond Billy Barber Conrad Bussey Peggy Ann Conley Donald Hand Ralph Keel B. M. Mikell Bobby Floyd R. C. Mclendon Judy Mock Linda Pound Herbert Roberts Gar nett Sparks James Thompson Joyce NeSmith Homer Coleman LO cened in 5 U 'N it 1 "Georgia on my mind, Georgia Land" rw a li Where can I find it? Long "james" Silver J R . HI L H OIR Hold that Note. Ted. 41. ,uv'f1"f IQQ 'O' 0 Q Q unior 5 Eighth Grade Hobby ll AMERICAN HISTORY un Y nn 4: Qi. Out of Many, One. Bonfire Boosters of Junior Hi 'qi of WHU'S WHU UNIUH HI MOST INTELLELTUAL Snlvh nuff Virfnriu MR. AND MISS JUNIOR HI Sirincy nuff Ann MOST ATHLETIC Edna Mm' ann' Iunmx MOST TALENTED .-Xnrclm -lllll Iilll lhRIIiNDI,lhST CCTEST BAll'l'A1l'xl .unl I .wif 106 Skip und Bolffflu .Janna am! uhldam aclucrfin flair V idea of Apacc 0 ADS AND JUHE5 OFFICE PHONE I45 HOME PHONE I44 C. R. 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STATE THEATRE INC Statesboro Georgia Compliments of THE GEORGIA THEATRE Prck of the Prctr res Statesboro Georgna Contnnued Success THE FAMILY DRIVE IN THEATRE Highway 301 g Y U B 1 AT BELKS Belk s Department Store W C Aklns and Son HARRY W SMITH JEWELER Serving This Vlcrnrty for 30 Years Statesboro Georgla 1 LANIER IEWELERY s S I The Bulloch Herald Ol I N BRADY Furmture Company uc I R IIUIII ll RXISI , . I Il ' ' ll ! I A E I' Immun driv' g I1 gh ' ' f I1 fi ime read I1 'g D " Sl Iy - h' O . y ' h -"cI h 'd'd h- I I . I1 -. Renwmller You Alun-ys Suu' ' '. I 5 . , Q C.mll'lIml1 c- .illllllf he ome of Better Values IIISI S' OIIIIIIIII ' ' 5 ltlgumgl. cz ,-,tux . ,. ...........,..............,.....,................................,.............. .. .. ,, .. ., .. ,. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ............,.,................. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ' ' ' ' ' IS I-lm Hain I'Im11c- -'I Sli wlmlu, Cin-urgixl ' Q 2 ml' . Q ,211-51: .VJ Grlmes Jewerly Co STATESBORO GEORGIA Bradley and Cone Seed and Feed Co It xh no DX! II F HRX ll BILLS CON1 Bo e eone Phone 538 Prompt Servuce SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Stctesboro Georguo Altman Ponhctc Co S cc OR Wllllams Pure O11 Servlce Statlon IIRIS I 11318 I I BRI! 1l'l0X SI XIISISORO C IORCIX Continuous Quallty 4 Wx! THE STATESBORO COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY ,....,,.,.,.....W,,.w,..,e.n.....,..,,.,....,,, ,,....M.....g .. .. .. .. .. .. .. H. 9 Q 2 IST Xurlll Hain .'Il"'I I'Imm' -HIT ' , s'l.x'1Q11s1su1w. 1412 cu Q ? . .. .. .. .. ..... ..,.. .. .. .. . .. ..... .. .. ..g..g. .. .. .. .. .. ..g..g..g. .. .. -3 in --on -- -- -- -- --u--0--on -- -- -- -- -- --ou -- -- -- -- -- --0--0-'oh -- -- 4- --o--o- e : : 4 6 : Y O 2 Q 3 ' e 4 TH IVcsl XIZIIII Sl. Stn - 1 E . Clan. Nfl' 5 I PHC A -1 377 Q 'I II' czl. - ,I .lax ' 1 Q4 S T ww D u s D r y 2 -X 1 H C I r s .OVID Lhlbll AUVNOIIYV OP IN! OCA-COCA COMPANY 'Y 1 10 ,.4.....q.. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ........,..,........,..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. ,, .. .. ,, Best Wishes to the Class of I953 HUWIIIID LUMBER CUMPIINY A COMPLETE LINE OF LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS Over 50 Years of Satisfactory Servrce T Y L d r dy PfY The Llnoleum Shop OUR KUIII IX! I XIII H P IONES I IIONL ll SMITHS SHOE SHOP STATESBORO GEORGIA STATESBORO GEORGIA J B MITCHELL WATCH IIEW EIR! REP IIRS ENGRAVIINC1 tSTO'XL SFTTING STATE BORO GEORGIA THE BARGAIN CORNER Statesboro Georgia he lad visitor gave Timmy an orange. "Wha o you say 0 the nice Ia , Timmy?" his mother asked. "Peel it,', said Timmy prom I . ISI! A, , I A . I 'IA , , 4: fTS .. .. .. ., .. .,.,.............,.,.......................................,.. .. ,. .. .. . me xlrxm-1 X'IiXli'liI.XN ISLIXIJS R and R PAWN SHOP ' T um " - . ' r . I'1 'Tum i"' L 11' E S ' U l, I4 I.. D I 81. R I B l, , .cj R ..,..,..,..,.....,..,...........,..,......,....,..,..,..,..,..........,.........,..,.... 111 JOHNSTON and DOINALDSON IIIQIII ance S01 vu 0 lb I If X CIIY Dalry Company X Farmers Hardware XI SIU Georglcl Motor Fmonce and Stotesboro Insurance Company Agency STATESBORO GEORGIA ll' IIUII ff,IIY f,'UI'.X"f' UK' I I' ' x N o U U I so M 1 1 IiI'I,I,OCIII lIOI'X'IY IIXXK III'II. INC I' JNI1 IIIII S'I'.X'I'IfSIIUI'U, CLIfUIUQI.X ' ' IIIIIIIIIVIII' llffwwfxwzfw 'lox l7ff'flfn flrxrl lim pljffflfflffrfw 1.11. 1:14 IIXIRY I'l2.UIDl'lI'l'S l,IlXIf'llIl.l!'ll mul llfmmAg1'11l1f'rl .Ilillx fu' l.vII'IIl!l Q s WI-SI XIX IIIUIIL' LIIJ 5'II.X'III',. I RO 5I.IIl'NINlIO. fvt'lll2I. B B MORRIS and COMPANY Su XIISIU IDRC FLETCHER COWART DRUG COMPANY PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Where You Save Money Phone I9 I7 West Mum SI' STATESBORO SMITH TILLMAN Mortuary PIR Cl II XIISIO CHR! Statesboro Dry Cleaners STATESBORO GEORGIA BULLUCH COUNTY BIINK SAFE CONSERVATIVE SERVICE WITH A SMILE 113 o 0 ' l'll!l!3' mul Xlrlflfw fEIINf'Il4l' I-.l,xl4'R4XlA I li L, .OR flllllllfy' .III'll,.i71:IlIllI'I nf' f Q fil IYL-xl XIQQI11 ,' 'gg-I JIIIIII Irllllf' .NIf'I'7'l.!'f' SI. ' I RO C. 'Q II.X SI, ' I RO LQD IIA HENRY S Store of Quality Fashions Sorrner Insurance Agency STATESBORO GEORGIA YPY CENTRAL GEORGIA GAS COMPANY IDEAL SHOE SHOP THE STUDENTS SHOP H MINKOVITZ 81 SONS Department Stores XIISISC S XXXIX .. .. .. . . .. .. . .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. . ..,..,. . ..,..,..,..,..,..,..,.....,.. . .. .. .. ,. . ..,......-...............,..,.. .. .. . .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. I . .. .. .. .. .. . .. . . .., . ..,........,.....,. . . .., ..,..,..,..,.,, .. .. .. .. ........,.,,,............,,..,.....,..,..,..,.....,..,..,............... 5 5 4 ' 9 5 5 . 4 3 5 I ' Q. .. .. ..............,..,.....,....,......................,.....,.................. 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AMERICAN OIL COMPANY A M O C O A B MCDOUGALD Contractor O Box 5 STATESBORO GEORGIA Thayer Monument Company The Bulloch Tlmes f II Ill L P Gas Company, Inc PHONE 269 Statesboro Georguo Compliments of H RANSEY COTTON PEANUTS FERTILIZER T E RUSHING We Appreciate Your Business JONES THE FLORIST PHONE 272 Franklm Chevrolet Company, Inc CHEVROLET PASSENGER CARS COMMERCIAL CARS and TRUCKS The Finest Chevrolet of All Times "."."."Q'Q"0"".".'.U."f",".".""'."."."."."." " 4 N ' "l"f' "fig g".""' '.'4"'.",""'."."."."f"C".N"'Q"Q".".".''f"."O"C""'."O0'."."." B. . , S R. 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