Stephens High School - Hilltopper Yearbook (Calhoun, GA)
- Class of 1956
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Text from Pages 1 - 84 of the 1956 volume:
F 801110 Advisor .urs Jones
EDIIQR Il CHIEII'
BUS H185 MANAGER-
Idna L Curtis
Robert But cherson
Te ixmortelize the fond memories of Stephens High School of the
past years and to portray a record of personalities, ideals, ebilitie
and achievements 11379 been gm- pm-P995 in publishing the fourth edition
of the "H:llltopper"
Us realize that this compilation :ls not a colplete resume' of the
happy days spent on this campus Nevertheless it is hoped that :lt
will serve as a stimulant to encourage others to work harder at dear
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TBI CLASS Ol' '56
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SPCIBTS IDITGRf------- ---- - ---- ---Darnell Trippe
We the class of 1956,dedicate this ed1t1on of the "H:L11topper"
to Mr.Bichard Varner
llr Varner has worked many years in the publlc schools of
Georg1a.Most of h1s teachnng has been done in Gordon County We feel
that hls effeclent sernce and interest in the many generatlons of our
with a greater determinatlon to succeed
Mr Varner is a great community vrorker,and has insplred many to
continue His Motto is "Be Prepared"
people can never be rep1aced,and has helped us to be able to face life
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Superintendent M A A Graves Chairman hr Paul Shoffner
Secy Trea M Jack Henslee Mr J D Meadows, Jr
Emmett Walraven Mr E Neal
County Superintendent Mr Wayne Ashworth
Mr Cue Hunt, Chairman
Susie W Wheeler
uperutaor Mrs Wheeler,a native of Bartow County,came to the
Stephens School this year, as our Instructlonal Help
er She has been a great help to us and well prepared
for her work She holds a B S Degree from Fort Val
ley State College and M A from Atlanta University
Bettie M Smith
B S , Tennessee A Q I, Nash
ville, Tennessee,M A
New York University,
Mrs Smith continues to coach our girls Basketball
team She has been co advisor for the Tenth Grade and
taught health in addition to her administrative work.
We will always remember her saying,'What you do speaks
so loud ,until I can not hear what you sayn.
Mr O H . I O
Mr. Roy Chattam Mr. Andy Wilkey
R-incilaa I5 message
To the members of the Class of 1956, the
your debut as citizens in our society. You are
play your role as a participant in the affairs
on earth, America The staff and your families
pare you for the venture you are now about to
you go forth, will largely be determined by what you have
time you have spent here at Stephens and what you will do
quired with us and your several abilities after you have
As you prepare to leave us,what might appear to be
time has come for you to make
entering upon a world stage to
of one of the greatest nations
their utmost to pre
what you will do,as
been doing with the
with knowledge ac
a bright and happy
occassion, is really a step into a vast outer darkness You are leaving t
a time when world peace is threatened with many misunderstandings that are a
product from the dark pits of ignorance You are going into a situation where
it seem the light or torch of educat on,exemplified on your'HilltopperW, ha
been put out by the wind of hate and ill will among the people of all nations
One may ask,'Is there any hope for t e tension and ignorance to be d1spe1led?W
Yes, is the answer,because we are presenting you,our graduating class,as
hopefuls to help carry the light of understanding into the dark places where
ignorance abound You can help to scatter the shady clouds hovering over the
hearts and minds of men by trying to carry out the instruction of your nA1lB
Hater' You can by precept and example be a beacon for the those who dwell in
the darken pits of intolerance There is not enough darkness in the world to
do away with the light of one bright candle Therefore, there is not enough
darkness in ignorance to do away with the light of education,if those who go
forth to serve, will keep their torches snuffed and burning brightly It will
be your to throw out the light of understanding so that those that are grop
ing in the sea darken with misunderstanding might make a safe harbor of hope
and good will
The endeavors put forth by your parents and teachers doing the several
years you have been in school has supplied you with the fuel for your light
If you will put into practice the knowledge gained from your instruction that
has stressed the basic skills, civic responsibility, worthy use of your lei
sure time, worthy home membership, an appreciation for the beautiful and to
respect the best in moral and spiritual values your flame from the lamp of ed
and rely upon the guidance from the Divine Keeper of all of our lamps your good
works will be seen by all who dwell in the darkness of ignorance Thus, the de
gree of the brilliancy of your light,finally, can only be determined by you
Now,as you take leave from us here,if you find at some future time that
we may help you with additional fuel do let us know You are our torch bearers
and our interest goes beyond your graduation It is our hope that success and
good will, will always be elements in your fuel tanks for your light
Remember WThe light of the body is the eye if therefore thine eye be
single,thy whole body shall be full of light,
But if thine eye be evil,thy whole bodU'shall be full of dark
ness If therefore the light that is in thee be darkness, ow
great is that darkness'n Matthew 6 22 23
F1na11y,Wye shall know the truth and the truth shall make ye free '
The bright ray of truth will brighten the dark pits of ignorance and Steer
the minds and hearts of all men into the harbor of understanding
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ucation will always be burning brightly. If you always use your best judgment
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let Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade
Iert Valley IB S Tort Tort Valley
State College Savannah, Valley State Savannah. State Collezo
Atlanta Univ Atlanta Univ Atlanta Univ '!'39h'1' 9f th' V9
R V Varner Agnes Henderson Pearl Mason Helen Saxon
Sth Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade English-Music
Albany State Spellnan College B S lort Valley B S llorris Brown
Grisvald Bu Col.
Janie Robertson hm. S. Jones Stephens Y. .Tonee
Home Economics Mathematics ggriculturs
B.S. Paine College B.S. Livingstone B.S. Fort Valley
Atlanta Univ. Western Reserve Tnakegee Institute
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"H:Ll1topper", Class pres
Motto-"If you can't be the
moon, be a star, but be the
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Motto-"We bulld the ladder
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Assistant secretary 3,14
Social Edltor of the
lotto-"Look up, for success
lhrgaret Ann Golden
Activltles-Basicet Ball 1,
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Chorus 1-L Class S80-
Motto- "The road called
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lotto-"The road to success
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Motto-" A fnend :Ln need
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Motto-'Do your Job sell
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Motto--"To the stars
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In the Autumn of 1951, a group of eager student were waiting at the
bottom of the hill to stat a new journey. These boys and grls came from
all parts of the county seehng that intangible thang known as educatlon.
Judging from the expression on their faces, they were anxious to begin
The journey has been to us like a long ride. We boarded the train at
the bottom of the hill to start our first pert of the journey Our first
engineer was Kiss. J T Anderson, and our first station was Freshman Ville
We were about twenty five in number. Some of our members Joined the basketball
teams and played a big part toward the success of the 'Green Hornets'
In spite of the many difficultles we encountered, we were on our way to
Sophomore Ville On this second part of the trip we noticed that the nunber
had decreased quite a bit Mr S W. Jones was our eng1neer. Through
cooperative planrnng and hard work, we participated in the Queens Contest.
Ne showed interest in basket ball and xmsic Janie Goudlock and Margaret Golden
were valuable playerss.
As proud sophomores, we completed our second journey with flying colors
and made a successful landing in Junlor Ville With the success of the past
half of our Journey we gained courage, perseverance, and the ability to work
harder Consequently, we d1d not fear what the last half of the journey
would be l1ke With the same crew we started with our engineer, who was
Mrs J D Robertson We partlcipated in the Queens Contest, dramat1cs, the
first ll F.A Fair, basket ball, the I-Clubs, and Chorus
first place w1th Iris Hi I declamation Juanita Aker won first place with
her Tri-Hi I declamation Janie Goudlock was chosen the most outstandzmg
girl in the high school. Darnell Tripp was chosen most outstanding boy :Ln
the lngh school Robert Hutcherson and Darnell Tripp proved to be vital
players on the basket ball team. 'ith these accomplishments, we were ready
to start to Senior Ville with our last contribution 1n Junior Ville being
a wonderful Junior-Senior Prom.
In loading up for our last part of the trip, me discovered we had lost
four more of our menbers The remalning fourteen of us leaned more and more
on our motto which gulded us during the journey, We are c1inb1ng to success",
ind weremore determined to complete the journey. Our engzmeer was llrs. ".S.
Jones. We started the tr1p by participating in the contest, fair, and other
Ie are about to end our journey and begm gazing over the path way of
life. he we part, we uill carry with us the thought that we musnt be ready
to face the test that the world is holdung before us With our many thoughts
in theyears to come, there will always be a spot in our hearts that our dear
Alm llater cm truly claim Ie shall mn every way prove our devotion and
goyalty to her by showing the world through our work the good that she has
CIASS COLORS: Pink and Blue
CIASS FIBER: Pink Carnation
CIASS lI0'1'1'0 'WE are clzmbing to success'
5 Janie aoudlock was the NJ. District Tri-lil-I Queen. Preston Aker won
We, the undignified seniors of btephens School, the class of 56, do
hereby lease our ball and chain. le are wti.1l'l.ng our nostnetioeable charac
teristio md achievements to the underclxssmn of this palace of Pi'l'3d18B
To our dear Alma Hater our undying loyalty and sincerity.
To the faculty we will our yateful appreciation for the guidance and
encouragement mich we hazve received from them, and the best at health and
Juamtaa ar wills to Rubye Lee James her ability to enjoy life as it
comes, and her artistic mind.
Robert Hutcherson wills to Joe Reese Iris sense of humor, and to Eugene
Curtis, his confidence in himelf when making a basket even if in the wrong
Beatrice Hayes nlls to Eleanor Steele her ap,rrec:lation of music, and
her high temper
Preston Aker wills to Bennie Curtis his scholastic ability and his
Janie Goudlock wills to Jane Broglen he' ability to get along with
the teachers and students
Margaret Golden wills to Frances Aker ner ability to sing and dance.
Darnell Tripp wills to Johnny Howell his leading role on the campus
and his ability to get by.
Frank Childers walls to Willie Barret his place in the senior class.
Samuel Hayes walls to James Curt1s his 'W' in department.
Bobby Johnson wills to Hiram Hamlcms his flnancial status Kmoney honey,
James Boone tllls to the saenlor class of 57 the need to stay in school
and be on time.
Joseph Pritchett wrllls to Gene Curtis his way with the chicks.
Mamie Aker wills to Berrrlce Boaz her habit of being on time and to
come to school reguJ.aa:1.y
With these gifts me, the class of '56, leave our blessings, fond mm-
ories of our pleasant associations together , and most precious of all, our
places here in the hearts and thoughts of our dearly beloved p1-:Lnc1pal and
In witness whereof, we, the class of '56, the testators, have set our
hands and seal to this our last Will and Testament.
We, the class of f1fty six, But we must be off and on our way,
will soon be on our way our dutles to perform
The years have been preclous here Our purpose 19 to reach success,
and we're grieved that we can't stay in spite of every storm
We '11 miss our good ole school mtes, Dear otephens lflgh we're gone,
and the teachers all so dear but your name will ever ring
We'll never, never forget you, Wherever we may Journey,
or the days that we spent nth you here. your praise wre'l1 always slng
Dear God, we ask thee for thy help,
as we journey through the land
Help us to be, so others may see,
our foot prints on the sand.
Elena. cm-me wine to clauden ucnaniel ner ability to sing and dance.
S.H.S Televislon program
January 6th, 1966 Exp m
Eye witness new stars,
new acts, 1n all entertainment!
Eye witness new experiences in
mathematics, sports, trades and
other act1vit1 s,
The Class of '56
Margaret A. Golden --Home Actress
Darnell Tr1pp--- -----Stenographer
Jame H. Goudlock --Model
Edna L Curtls -Beautician
Maine J Aker Telephon Operator
Beat:-1ce Hayes -----n1U.S1Ci8I1
R1-eston Aker Professlonal Baseball Player
Robert Hutcherson -Mechanic
James Boone- -Band Leader
Bobby Johnson nlectrical Englneer
Juanlta Aker Typist
Frank Childers --Opera Singer
Joseph Pritchett- ---Jathematiclan
By Edna Curtls
Stephens High upon a hilly Help us thy name to raise,
May we almrays lneep your honor hlgh, And allways Slng
To the green and white be true, Ever keep thy name so pure.
We will never let a foe arise to draw us from your side.
Near or far may we be, Stephens Ihgh we'IL1 honor thee.
Your prgcepts mill ever be our guide, Until we cross the
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COIDRS Yellow and Green
FLOWER- Yellow Carnation
MOTTO-- -Be T1'l18'bl'0I'thy
President---Claudell lk:Da.rni.e1 Secretary -Eleanor Steele
Vice President--James Curtis Assistant Sec.--Frances Aker
Reporter-Joe Reese Chaplain--Hiram Havrlcins
Janie D. Robertson
COLORS -Green and Yellow
F'LCJWIsR Yellow Carnation
lDTTO-- There is no royal road to success.
President---Matthew Campbell Secretary-----Viola Perry
Vice President-Elmo C. Tripp Assistant Sec .-Albert Garigan
Thelma Akaer Bobby Curtis Joann Johnson
Marie Boone Erskine Dew Barbara Lesaber
Shirley Boone Albert Garrigan Viola Perry
Matthew Campbell William Hayes Elmo C. Tripp
ADVISORS----llrs. Betty ll. Smifbh Ind. Nr. Steplnns We Jones
GRADE MOTHERS--Urs. Bertha Aker and Hrs. Ruby Baxter
GRADE FATHER--lb. David Boone
COIDRS Gold and Brown
FIUWER White Carnation
MOTTO----- Forever and ever, we 111.1 stick together
President---Ann Strickland Secretary----June Steele
Vice President-Myrtle llann Assistant Sec.--- Toussiazrt Hayes
ADVISOR------lE.ss. Helen Jean Saxon
GRADE MOTHERS--Lfr8,A.P. Perry and Hrs. Gla
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you nave seen Mrs A
Henderson witl the Urcdn
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taat ae gon u t J
What about tht dey mrs
Done t on u d to Af P tue
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The group has reallw
had a time getting adgust
ed to the routlne of the
hlgh school MISS P C
son has been dome Room
Teacher Dezember those
after houx Hsession ?
This group consists
of students graces l 7
They participated in the
school activities and also
in the district fit Iris.
AC TIVI TIE S
gueenly nonors this year went
to Joan Johnson, Wliss Stephens
HighH,a Sophomore, nliss Element
ary? Laverne bteele of the Four
th Grade, UMiss Primaryn, Yoland
Chrlstian, 'First Grade Shown at
the left are the queens and thelr
court Marie Perry, Ninth Grade,
Opal Harris, Eighth Grade, Elea
nor Steele, Lleventh Grade and
Juanita aker, Senlor
The queens were crowned by
lr Strickland during the open
ing ceremonies of the basketball
season he are proud of our cue
These fine llttle lassies are
the source of our entertainment
oetween our basketball games If
you d1d not see them 1n actlon
ou missed a treat We are look
lng to the future to see them
vlth a marching band They are
Pirected by Mrs Lester and Mrs
The second annual N F A. falr was a success The fair has its
uain objective establishing better school community re1at1onshups Each
school community of Gordon County partlclpated by placing a booth in
the fair exhubits. The community recievlng the roving trophy th1s year
was Mc Dan el
-'Fha N H. A. exmblted mmemalcmg tmough as booth under the du-
ection of Ira. J. D. Robertson
The I F.A exhibited a litter of pure bred Duroc pigs, and otha farm
P1'0JeCtS under the directlon of Hr S W Jones
The fair opened with a parade which featured as it's main attraction
the lain High School band of Rome, Georgia. Each club and department of
the school was represented by a float in the parade.
The fair w s well attended and enjoyed by all.
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The lain objective et
the student council :ls te
help solve tho problem
of tho pupils in tho school
The president is Juanita
Aker, representative of the
senior class Vice presib-
ent, llno Trippe, sophomore
class, Secretary, Ann
Strickland, freshen class,
Irsncos Akor, junior classg
Nadine Wilson and Annie
W Phillips, 8th grade
Advisor, Prim. B ll Snith
Tho chorus partici
patcd in all community
and school activities
They recieved honors in
tho district level and
vent to Savannah whore
they participated in the
Stats Pine Art!
Miss Hslen Exon is the
!hs 'I clubs are
again working hard !heir
lain objective is to in
spire young boys and girls
to practice clean living,
clean speech, and clean
lr li I, Mrs 0 I
li Y Mrs I 8 Jones
uma Bc Club
This group attended
and participated in the
Marriage Clinic held on
the loreheuse College
Campus they else
attended the confereno
in Tort 7s.lley, Georgie.
benquet was also given
by this group
banquet was held at
the closing of the
Adviser: Hrs. J lebertsen
The I I' A again this
year sponsored a county
fair On display by the
chapter members were
farm products and e
new litter of pure bred
Duroc Jersy pigs
One project of the
year has been the making
of nail box stands for
I I L. members and others
in the community,
Advisor: Hr S ar, Jones
The Dranatics club was
very active this year.
Three one act plays vers
enjoyed, which came from
They participated in
the district by present-
ing e one-act play, 'The
house ef G-reed'
Advisor Mile, P C, Mason
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The members of the school
safety department have
done a good job in help
ing with law and order
The SCHOOL PATROL was
organized this year by the
CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT We
are proud of these boys
who have been so faithful
at their posts of duty The
FIRE MARSHALLS were organiz
ed by a State Representative
They assist in fire drills
and inspect the school plant
for fire hazzarde Did you
see thelr badges?
SCH OL MOTTO A healthy school is a happy schoolu
lo be sure when we vo to our lunch room we realize
the true meanlno of our motto 've know one way to the
best heal h is food e reallv have a balanced diet in
our Cafeteria by one who is really our friexi, Mrs '
The school day would not hav the me ning for
Alu You should be around to hear how many times she
says Uthank youu to the many chlldren and staff who tell
hrr,'I enjoyed my lunchu She really tries to please ea0h
and everyone who eats in the lunch room
Ne truly belleve that we have one ,if not the best
Parents Teachers Unit 1n the state Our org nlzation
has been a valuable help to us dolng our school days
They have helped w1th every problem or progect that
has come up They are falthful dolrg the basketball
season in helplng w1th the concessions We w1ll long
remember Umr Royn trailing in with WGordon Productsu
followed close behind by M133 w1ll1eB lle Thenat Xmas
our fruit always comes with Santa Claus and good wishes
from our P T A We wish we could salute each loyal mem
ber and offlcer here,but we want to sa Nthank younfor
all you have done for the Class of'56, because we real
ize had it not been for you help many of the comfo ts
we have enJoyed,particularl y, in our LUNCH nOum,would
not have been pos ible
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Here we want to say thank to our bus drivers, Messers
L Boone, M Hogan and J Richarcs Thelr recoros are
hard to equal as to safety ard punctuali y Thev have
never turned us down on our Nnoisyn trips all of whlch
we will miss 1n the days to come.
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The Pep Squad, directed by
Mrs Jefferson, has kept up the
noise for our basketball season
Did you see their gay Ubeani sn?
The members oi the group are
Ruby Ja es, Mamie Aker, T.Aker,
Lavern Aker, Beatrice Hayes,
Marie Boone, Thelma Aker, Shirley
Boone, and Mary Hunt
Once again we find Coach
S.W. Jones trying to pilot our
boys to another successful sea-
son. we are seeking our fifth con
sective championship in the dis-
trict. Last year we lost an en-
tire first team. This year Robert
Hutcherson and Darnell Tripp, the
Captain, are playing their final
games for Dear Ole S.H.S. However
we feel we have some very good
material that will replace those
who have gone.E. Curtis,A. Gari-
gan, B. Curtis, J. Egans, J.Peese
n Tripp M Pritchett and M Camp
bell are on the squad
members of the g1rls'team are
trying to follow the boys in re
peating their championship Lid
you hear Coach B bmith urging
the team to Wwora W0lkn? The new
tnree second rule for the girls
This year lvl Golden and Capt J
uoudlock also E Curtis are say
ing farewell to the squad This
year finds E Steele and M Chat
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ers on the squad nclude A Strick
land, C McLan1el, U H rris, V
perry,N Wilson, B Perry,B King
M Perry, J Johnson andA Phillip
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