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THE ANNUAL STAFF
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Editor: BRUMBLEY HUMPHRIES Business Manager: MACKY WATERS
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your attention as the ti.me for your graduation draws near. A great . Q
era of your life is ending and a new one is about to begin. The H
course you will follow in this new era, which will begin after your '
graduation, has largely been determined by the course you have fol-
lowed during your twelve years in public school. I hope one of the
greatest lessons you have learned is the value of time.
You have experienced some rough spots in the past twelve years,
and you face even more of the same type of experiences in the fu- -
ture. You have conquered one of the greatest obstacles to happy '
living if you have learned to use these rough experiences to bounce f
you upward toward your goal. They can be used for such a purpose.
I have enjoyed our association for these two years. I hope you
have profited as much from this association as I have. My sincere
wish is a happy life for each of you.
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happier life -- we, the Senior Class and the Annual
Staff, affectionately dedicate the 1953 HOURGLASS.
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Mrs. R.L. Dolvin, who taught our class in the
fourth and fifth grades of grammar school,
because she always tried to understand us.
and because she won our respect and admira-
tion, and has never yet lost it.
Editor-in-chief - - - - BRUMBLEY HUMPHRTES
Assistant Editor - - ----- JERRY REYNOLDS
Business Manager - - - - -MACKY WATHIS
Feature Editor ----- - - - BARBARA SWANN
.3335 Assistant Feature Editor - - - - - PEGGY KILPATRICK
51,395 Art Editor -------- - - BETTY JEAN PARK
Picture Editor - - - - -DAVID STANFORD
Sports Editor - - - -CHARLES LANFORD
,F Lay-out Editor - - - - -JULIA ANN oRR
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Science Club 51: Basketball 50, 51, 52, Cap-
tain 52, 53: Senior Personality 53.
KATHRYN L. DEMPSEY
Transferred from Lilburn in Junior year: FHA
51, 52: Science Club 51, 52: Science Club
51, 52: 4-H Club 51, 52: Commercial Club
53: Chorus 53: Cheerleader 53.
4-H Club 50, 51, 52: School Patrol 50, 52:
Track 50, 51: FFA 51, 52, 53: Book Club 52.
Class Play 50: School Patrol 50, 51, 52: Track
51: FFA Reporter 53: Shop Manager 53.
4-H 52: Football 52: Baseball 52, 53: FFA
Class Officer 50: Class Play 50: School Pa-
trol 52: FFA President 53: Shop Manager 53
Beta Club 53.
JULIA ANN EDWARDS
Transferred from Clarkston in Junior year:
Basketball 52: Chorus 53: Science Club 53:
Senior Personality 53.
Transferred from Lithonia: Basketball 50, 51,
52: 4-H Club 51, 52: FHA 51, 52: Glee Club
52: Band 52.
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FFA 50, 51: Red Cross Council 50: Class Play
50: School Patrol 50, 51: 4-H Club Vice Pres
ident 50, President 51: Football 52, 53.
Transferred from Avondale 51: Football 52:
Chorus 52. 33: President Science Club 52. 53.
VERNON CLEO DUVALL
FFA 50, 51, 53: School Patrol 50, 51. 52: Book
Club 52: 4-H Club 52.
FFA 50, 51: 4-H 50,515 School Patrol 50. 52:
Track 51, 52, 53: Basketball 50, 51, 52. 53:
Football 51. 52, 53: Junior Play 52: Commer-
cial Club 53.
Class Officer 51, 52, 53: Beta Club 51, 52.
Secretary 53: Science Club 51. 52: School
Patrol 51, 52: FFA 52. 53: Junior Play 52: An-
nual staff 52, 53.
BEN WARREN KELLEY
4-H Club 50, 52: Football Cheerleader 51.
CHARLES HAROLD LANFORD
FFA 50, 53: Class Officer 50, 52: School Pa-
trol 5O, 51: 4-H 50, 51, 52: Basketball 50, 51,
52, 53: Baseball 51, 52, 53: Track 51, 52, 53:
Football 51, 52, 53: Science Club 51, 52:
Student Council 51: Beta Club 51, Treasurer
52, President 53: Key Club President 52, 53:
Annual Staff 52.53: Senior Personality 53.
4-H Club 50, 51: Football 51, 52: Baseball 51,
52: Science Club 51: Patrol 51, 52: Track 52:
Junior Play 52.
FHA 50, 51: Class Play 50: Red Cross Council
51: Commercial Club 52, 53: Cheerleader 52.
53: Annual, Staff 52: Beta Club 52, 53: Book
Club 53: Student Council 52.
BEVERLY GAIL HANSON A
Cheerleader 50, 51: Class Play 50: FHA 50.
51, 52: 4-H Club 50, 51, 52: Commercial Club
52: Basketball 52: Science Club 53: Chorus
PEGGY ANNETTE KILPATRICK
Class Officer 51: FHA 50, 51: 4-H Club
50, 51: Class Play 50: Basketball 50, 51:
Science Club 51, 52: Commercial Club
52: Football Cheerleader 51, 52, Cap-
tain 53: Junior Play 52: Annual Staff 53.
FHA 50, 51: Class Officer 50, 51: Class
Play 50: 4-H 50, 51, 52: Science Club
51: Basketball 50, 51, Co-Captain 52,
53: Junior Play 52: Beta Club 52, 53:
Commercial Club 53.
H Hank H
School Patrol 50, 51: FFA 50, 51: Foot-
ball 50, 51, 52, Co-Captain 53: Track
51, 52, 53: 4-H Club 50, 51, 52: Red
Cross Secretary 52: Key Club 52, 53:
Class Officer 53: Annual Staff 53:
ROBERT W. SHANNON
FFA 50: 4-H 50, 51, 52: Beta Club 51,
52, 53: Science Club 51, 52, 53: Book
Club 51, 52, 53: Class Officer 51:
Track 51, 52: Annual Staff 53.
LAWRENCE H. SINGLETON
FFA 50, 51: Track 51: Basketball 51,
52, 53: Science Club 51, 52: 4-l-l Club
52, 53: Key Club Treasurer 52: Beta
Club 52, 53: Tennis 52.
Transferred from Decatur. Football 51,
52, 53: Track 51, 52, 53: Baseball 51,
52, 53: Key Club 52, 53: Vice President
Student Council 52: Junior Play 52:
Basketball 52, 53: Senior Personality 53:
Annual Staff 53.
Football 50, 51, 52, 53: Baseball 50: 4-H
Club: Science Club: Track 50: Senior Super-
JOHN EVERETT SUMMERLIN
Football'53: Baseball 51, 53: 4-H Club: FFA
51, 52: Science Club: School Patrol.
Class Officer 51: FFA 51, 52, Vice President
53: 4-H President 52: Beta Club 52. 53: Key
Football 50, 52: Basketball 52: FFA 50, 51, 52,
53: Science Club 51, 52: 4-H Club 50, 51. 52.
MARY VIRGINIA MORGAN
4-H Club 50, 51, 52: FHA 50, 51: Class Play
JULIA ANN ORR
FHA 50, 51, 53, Treasurer 50: 4-I-I Club 50,
51, Vice President 52: Class Play 50: Science
Club 51: Red Cross Council Treasurer 52, 53:
Commercial Club 52. 53: Junior Play 52: Be-
ta Club 52, Treasurer 53: Annual Staff 53:
Senior Personality 53.
Football 50, 51, 52, 53: All region back 52,
Captain 53, All County Back 53: Basketball
50, 51, 52, 53: 4-H 50, 51, 52: School Patrol
50, 51: Class Officer 50, 51, 52. 53: Track 51,
52, 53: Baseball 51, 52, 53: Junior Play 52:
Key Club 52: Annual Staff 52, 53: Senior
Personality 53: Chorus 53: FFA 51, 52.
FFA 50. 53: School Patrol 50, 51: Class Play
50: 4-H Club 51: Shop Manager 53.
BETTY JEAN PARK
Transferred from Druid Hills 52: Football
Cheerleader 52, 53: Basketball Cheerleader
53: Class Officer 52, 53: Beta Club 52, Vice
President 53: FHA 52, 53: Junior Play 52: An
nual Staff 53: Senior Personality 53.
Class Play 50: Student Council 50, 51: Secre-
tary 4-H Club 50, 53: FHA 50. 53: Science
Club 53: Senior Personality 53: Chorus 53.
BARBARA JO SWANN
Basketball 50, 51: Class Officer 50: FHA 50,
51, 53: 4-H Club 50, 51, 52: Il1l1i0r Play 52:
Class Play 50: Commercial Club 52, 53: An-
nual Staff 53: Senior Personality 53: Beta
Club 52, 53.
Transferred from Bethesda High School: FHA
50, 51: 4-H Club 50, 51: Beta Club 52, 53:
Commercial Club 52, 53: Basketball 52, 53:
Senior Personality 53.
KENNETH JERRY WOODALL
FFA 50, 51. 52, 53: 4-H Club 50, 51. 52:
School Patrol 50, 51, 53: B Team Football 51:
Junior Play 52.
MARTHA H. CONLEE
We, the Senior Class, would like to express
our appreciation for all the work and time
you have given. to us. Your patience and
understanding have guided us through our se-
nior year, and helped to make it the happiest
of all our high school years.
CAROL HENDERSON 'bv'
CLASS COLORS - Blue and White
CLASS FLOWER - Red Rose
CLASS MOTTO - "To thine own self be true"
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DORA ANN BOOZER
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School starts--Seniors at last!
Seniors get acquainted with Mr. Jim Henderson--Government teacher.
Seniors decide the lunch period isn't long enough.
Chapel--Mr. Goolsby decides it is long enough.
Two Seniors paid their class dues in full--"35 Bucks. "
Football team elected Captain fMac J, Co-Captain C Hanky!
Seniors Rings arrive! John caught by Mrs. Jordan trying to lock her out of
Avondale game seemed unlucky. Could it have been because it was the 13th?
Jim chooses between all A's and Football--Football wins.
Seniors decide on caps and gowns--All Blue!
Senior Home Ec. class disturbs F, H, A. meeting by dancing in next room.
Donut sale. First Government test.
Game with Druid Hills. Druid Hills won 20-0.
Louie sporting a black-eye! Students called to and from classes with a
"Cow bell. "
School day at the Dekalb County Fair. Seniors too noisy in English--result,
two page theme on "Superstition. "
Joan's name changed to "Thomas. "
Elected Senior superlatives. Gov't class turns into an "Old woman's bridge
party. " Annual Staff meeting.
Seniors have "an ice cream party and a movie" in Gov't class. lst Sr.
privilege! --leave campus for lunch. lst off game--Buford--We won 13-2.
Seniors "sang a little song, " Happy Birthday, Richard.
Some Annual pictures taken. Jr. boys have pictures made with bow ties--
without the consent of the Seniors. Seniors take advantage of their lst
privilege--had a picnic down at the park.
Home Coming game with Lithonia--We won 33-7.
Srs. present Mrs. Conlee with her class ring. Happy Birthday, Louie!
Happy Birthdayl, Wild Billy.
Foot's Lost his shoe- -Found by Mrs. Conlee.
Seniors measure for caps and gowns.
Happy Birthday, Jackie!
Senior boys enjoy F, F. A, iniation--that is, except Richard.
Afternoon game with Lawrenceville--there. We won 25-7.
Happy Birthday, David!
Ben returns to school.
Seniors discuss taking a trip to Rutledge.
Charles and Betty Jean skipped school. Excused tho.
Peggy and Ben have an ice cream battle, Mr. Henderson makes Ben clean it up.
Game with Clarkston there, they won 27 -7. f
Thomas threatens to tell Miss Jones on Julia Ann and Peggy.
Seniors get Mrs. Conlee confused--where are the seniors supposed to be? Chapel
Game with Stone Mountain--here--we won 53-14.
Seniors decide definitely to go to Washington.
Charles makes prep honor roll for his 3 touchdowns in the Stone Mt. game.
Seniors enjoyed staying in at recess for Mr. Henderson. Happy Birthday, Johnny.
Exams Start. Oh!
Exams continued. Game with Milton here--We ALMOST gOt them. Score 13-12
School dismissed at 11:O'clock for G. E, A, meeting.
Seniors and Juniors make final plans to go to Rutledge. Srs. present Mrs.
Shaefer with 'a class pin.
Presidential elections over. Happy Birthday, Lawrence.
Game with Jefferson--there- -tied 12- 12.
Football players come in at 11 A, M, Report cards go out.
Rutledge, here we come!
Mrs. Conlee sporting a new Buick. Srs. and Jrs. seem awfully sleepy--wonder
Seniors select their invitations.
Sr. Home Ec. Girls and Miss Jones went on a field trip and had to buy gas
on their looks.
Mr. Henderson: Julia Ann E. where do you live? Julia A. , "Around. " Last
football game--Conyers. We won 12-6.
Basketball practice starts. Mss. Conlee gives the annual staff a pep talk.
Julia Ann E. recieves a letter from school--result of the 14th.
First shipment goes off to press. Seniors enjoyed staying in at recess for
Mr. Henderson. Happy Birthday, Paul!
Chapel. Senior girls kept after chapel--wonder what they've done now!
First basketball game--Lawrenceville--here. Girls won--boys lost.
Football cheerleaders sponsored a dance for the football players and dates.
Mr. Goolsby looking for Mac, Hank and Brumbley 5th period. Wonder where
these BUSINESS minded Seniors were?
Never a dull moment in the Sr. typing class--John' accused of playing a Harp,
Game with Avondale- -there- -boys and girls lost.
Mrs. Jordan glad she won't have 4th period typing again until Monday.
Peggy late to school. Was it because of an accident? Game with Druid Hills
there. Boys and girls lost.
Girls basketball team gets lecture on "sportsmanship. " Wonder why?
Friday at last! Game with Southwest. Girls won, boys lost.
Beta Club has Christmas party. I
Seniors told too many were skipping school. "You naughty seniors. " Game with
West Fulton--here. Girls won. Boys lost.
Seniors start on Shakespeare--Oh! What naughty senior locked Mrs. Jordan
out of typing class. Again? -
Seniors start reading Macbeth--Oh! Oh!
Game with Jasper--Girls and boys lost. Happy Birthday, John.
Seniors off to see Santa for Mrs. Conlee. 1
Game with Chamblee--here. Girls won, boys lost. Happy Birthday, Virginia.
Seniors have Christmas party in the Library--Everything was real pretty.
Woody offered ride to school at 3 P, M, by Mr. Goolsby.
Christmas party in the gym for all high school. Absent--a few seniors.
20-January 5 Christmas Holidays. December 27--Happy Birthday, Betty Jean.
Holidays end, school begins anew--we hope! Happy Birthday, Opal.
Game with Stone Mountain--here. Girls and boys won.
Ben finally makes Mrs. Jordan laugh at him in Bookkeeping.
Srs. have test on Macbeth. Game with Clarkston--here. Girls won, boys lost.
Game with Druid Hills--here. Girls won, boys lost.
What senior in government class threw a book at Mrs. Jordan's typing door.
Exams start! Inauguration--students go home at 11 to watch it on T, V, Game
with Lithonia--here. Girls and boys won. Happy Birthday, Macky.
No exams today! Seniors can rest.
Last exams--until next quarter. Game with Clarkston--there. Girls and boys
Game with Decatur--there. Girls won-boys lost.
Gov't class takes notes of movie in the dark! Happy Birthday, Edwin.
Seniors go to Capitol--show afterwards.
Charles decides to come back to school. Srs. take notes in fthej dark again!
Game with Southwest. Girls won, boys lost. Report cards go out.
Mr. Goolsby follows green chevy to Decatur. What about it, Foots?
12:01 Tuesday morning, Mac, Brumbley, Hank, Woody, Louie, after rough
night of Annual work, thoroughly cleaned Sr. office. Fire alarm sounds at
Mad rush to complete the last pages of the annual.
HOURGLASS GOES TO PRESS!
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Life is a mountain that confronts us all.
Some reach the peak of success,
But others struggle forever at the foothills of obscurity.
Opal Cain wins fame and esteem
By coaching Tucker's Basketball Team.
Kathy Dempsey, now the wife of an M. D.
Has given up the idea of a nurse's degree.
Julia Ann Edwards has hit the top: f
She's sponsored on TV by soda pop.
Harriette Green is now keeping house
For her handsome and devoted spouse.
Gail Hanson, after all these years,
Is now head manager down at Sears.
Peggy Kilpatrick can now be seen
Keeping books for her husband, Gene.
Elizabeth Miller has made us all proud:
As a Hill-billy singer she draws the crowd.
Julia Ann Orr is no longer shy:
She's now secretary to a good-looking guy.
Virginia Morgan, so small and sweet,
ls still as nice a girl as you'll ever meet.
Betty Jean Park, with her charming smile,
Designs dresses that are really in style.
Joan Ray's beauty has won her fame,
And Jimmy Aldrich has changed her name.
Jackie Wellborn is a grand little nurseg
They carry her patients away in a hearse.
Edward Ashworth, or Leo the Bold,
Has perfected a cure for the common cold,
Carlton Blankenship can now be seen
Starring in the picture "With Hair of Green. "
Richard Cofer has millions in gold
And resides in Cuba away from the cold.
If you're wanting a Ford, be sure and stop
At Larry Corn's Ford Specialties' Shop.
Louie Davis plays Santa in a Dept. storeg
The children all love his merry roar.
Johnny Stanford has finally settled down:
He decided that Tucker's the nicest town.
John Dunn Has advanced so rapidly
That he's now manager of A 84 P.
Vernon Duvall leads a mechanic's life.
With Barbara Swann his bookkeeping wife.
Edwin Hopkins said accounting would boreg
He now reads lines to Dorothy L'amour,
Brumbley Humphries, our president,
To the White House has been sent.
Charles Lanford's a dean of knowledge,
His classes run late, even in college.
James Lougher's harmonica really singsg
He's even played for princes and kings.
Jerry Reynolds is now a football star:
His looks and skill have taken him far.
Paul Thomas cares not how money is spent
He counts it all day at the U, S, Mint.
Who keeps books for Thomas 8a Son,
Why its our very own Lawrence Singleton.
With a panel Program on the TV screen:
David Stanford can now be seen.
Jerry Stonecypher's business has grown:
He's money galore that he'd like to loan.
Everett Summerlin's now a top salesman,
Who travels 'round all over the land.
Norris Turner makes records for RCA.
We predict he'll be in pictures someday.
Macky Waters with his versatility
Has won the position of a television M, C.
Billy Webb's an electrician that's great,
Why he's even the best in the 48.
Jerry Woodall has toured the world:
But still hasn't found the right girl.
Who designed the Cadillac of 1963?
It was none other than Ben Kelley
Barbara Swann is a bookkeeper nowg
She's glad Mrs. Jordan taught her how.
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Georgia, DeKalb County.
We, the Senior Class of said State and County, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, being
fully aware of the uncertainties of being together as a Senior Class, do hereby publish and declare this
our last will and testament.
Article I. To MR, GOOLSBY, a bunch of Seniors who have time to attend classes.
To MR. STROZIER, a biology class that doesn't squirm at the thought of carving up a frog.
To MRS. HUTCHENS, a Senior class that knows when they can or can't visit the library.
To MR. BROOKS, the inevitable thrill of a, clean, hard fight, whether the game is lost or
To MR. JIM HENDERSON, a Senior government class who keep their discussions within the
realm of government.
To MRS, SHAEFER, the fond memory of a Junior class who caused a lot of turmoil, but
loved her dearly.
To MR. WALTER HENDERSON, an agriculture class that will produce at least two or three
To MISS JONES, a class of Senior girls who can sew a fine seam and enjoy doing it.
To MRS. JORDAN, a fourth period typing class who had rather type than talk.
To MISS BUSBEE, fond memories of her Senior basketball players and her Beta Club mem-
To MRS. CONLEE, our fond appreciation for all your eager help and anxious thoughtsg We'll
love you always.
Article II. To THE JUNIORS, our delightful knack for escaping classes, and the fun that we had when
we did attend, the enlightenment and enjoyment that came from a discussion in governmentg
and all the good things that go with being a Senior.
Article III. To THE SOPHOMORES, the grand realization that school can be fung just grin and bear it.
Article IV. To THE FRESHMEN, all the good times that high school can give you, and little knowledge
on the side.
I, Opal Cain, do hereby will by basketball abilities I0 Myrtle BIOWHIGS.
I, Kathy Dempsey, do hereby will my capable nature to Joyce Goza. It'll take you a long way toward
I, Julia Ann Edwards, do hereby will my jovial nature to Elizabeth Graves, life is a lot of fun, you know.
I Harriette Green, do hereby will my ability to argue about anything to Shirley Britt: may you enjoy it
as much as I have.
I, Gail Hanson, do hereby will my college boy friends to Mary E. Brooksg keep them guessing.
I, Peggy Kilpatrick, do hereby will my ability to get a man and a ring to Peggy Martin.
I Liz Miller, do hereby will my tactics of catching a boy friend to Jane Cowng I hope you do better than
I have done.
I Betty Jean Park, do regretfully will all the fun of being a Senior to Barbara Talton: a Senior year is a
very short time.
I, Joan Ray, do will the fun of a Homec' class to Peggy Dunnagang hen parties are fun.
I Jackie Wellborn, do hereby will my casual acceptance of boys and dates to Janice Young: keep a string
of them, Janice.
I Edward Ashworth, do hereby will my nickname, Leo the Bold to Lawrence Crawfordg courage is a good
I, Carlton Blankenship, do hereby will my carrot-top curls to Alan Campbellg the girls like it.
I, Richard Cofer, do hereby will my ability to be late to any class to Danny Britt: it's a lot of fun, if you
can get by with it.
I. Larry Corn, do hereby will my honorable position of Shop Manager to Jimmy Craft: it's good experience
for an ambitious young fellow like you.
Louie Davis, do hereby will my pleasure in a good joke to Tommy Sullivang it's a lot more fun if you
just laugh out loud.
John Dunn, do hereby will the privilege of being blamed for all the bad things Seniors do to Gene
Bailey: Well, Gene, they've got to blame somebody.
Vernon Duvall, do hereby will all my ability to do bookkeeping to Junior Cash: may you use it better
than I did.
Edwin Hopkins, do hereby will all my 9th grade sweethearts to Ralph Wells: you'll have a lot of fun
and a lot of trouble.
Brumbley Humphries, do hereby will my enjoyment of government discussions to Charles Stowers:
Discussions take up time, Charles.
Charles Lanford, do hereby will my horned rim glasses to Willard Barrettg they lend an air of dignity.
James Lougher, do hereby will my ability to handle girls to Lawrence Crawfordg it's a useful art.
Jerry Reynolds, do hereby will my ability to play football to Ralph Magnes: keep the trophies coming
Paul Thomas, do hereby will my stately height to Alan Melton, reasons being evident.
Ben Kelley, do hereby will my grand physique to Glenn Fortner, as it was willed to me.
David Stanford, do hereby will my expert ability to fail Physical Ed. to Jimmy Nash.
Lawrence Singleton, do hereby will my private hall register to Jimmy Sexton.
Jerry Stonecypher, do hereby will my innocent look to Ray Padeng You're innocent till you're proven
Everett Summerlin, do hereby will my nickname "Foots" to Jimmy Morris.
Norris Turner, do hereby will the fun of being "Always Late" to Eddie Redd.
Macky Waters, do hereby will my position as Senior Class Treasurer to Larry Honea: rake in the dough
Billy Webb, do choose from all my possessions to will to Jimmy Craft, my knowledge of electricity.
Jerry Woodall, do regretfully will my hobby of teasing the girls to Jimmy Britt.
Barbara Swann, do discreetly will my diplomatic technique of getting along with teachers to Billie
Jane Dillard: teachers are humans too.
Johnny Stanford, do regretfully will all the pleasures of being a Senior to Howard McClung.
Virginia Morgan, do hereby will my diplomatic silence to Mary Lee Paden: "Si1ence is Golden. "
Julia Ann Orr, do hereby will my shorthand abilities to Flora Donald, Flora make all A's, as I have.
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To each is given a bag of tools,
An HOURGLASS and a book of rules
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HARRIETTE GREEN LINDA MORGAN BETTY JEAN PARK
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Mr. and Mrs. T, S, Brooks
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R. Cadle
P.F.C. Bill Wilson
Olive and Jerry Brown
I. A. Melton
Mr. and Mrs.
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Fred M. Garrett
W. A. Plummer
Ivey A. Douglas
Mac and Barbara
Mr. and Mrs. W.G. Henderson
Barbara and Vernon
Eula Jean Keith
Mrs. Hattie Pryor
Mr. and Mrs. T.D. Kilpatrick
Nan and Jack Brownlee
Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Wellborn
Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Ray
C. M. Carroll
Mr. and Mrs. O.L. Green
Lt. John R. Frazier
P.F.C. William O. Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. A.A. Edwards
Cash W, Shaw
Mrs. J.G. Stanford
Mr. and Mrs. H.T. Moon
Mr. and Mrs. Howard England
Mr. and Mrs. H.V. Fowler
Mr. and Mrs. V.R. Davis
Mrs. D.D. Aiken
Harold and Frances Lanford
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Gresham
Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Philips
Cecil and Curtis Johnson
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W. E. Lougher
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C. A. Randolph
Nancey, Jeffery and
Mr. and Mrs. O.L. Coffman
Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Fountain
Mike, Jerry and Carol Adams
Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Palmer
Frank and June Couch
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Webb
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Gene and Peggy
Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Waters
Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Reynolds
Annie and Vera Goza
Lilly M. Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Honea
Ben and Robin
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Dempsey
Charles and Betty Jean
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Thomas
Doris and Dave
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3533 Main St.
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Tire and Battery
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3145 Peachtree Road N.E.
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Sportswear for Hunting - Fishing - Golf - Tennis - Archery
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4008 Lavista Road - Tucker, Georgia
Phone Clarkston 3-7212
Custom Furniture - Sale of Plywood
Kitchen Cabinets - Furniture-Frames
Mantels and Screen Doors
Moldings and Planing'
Furniture Repaired and Refinished
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"Television and Appliance
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TUCKER FRUIT STAND
"Best Produce in Town."
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Compliments of Wishes
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C0mP1iIT1eHtS Of "To one and All"
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2993 Sunnybrook Drive
Decatur, Ga. - EV. 3032
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MRS. A.O. GRANT
MR. AND MRS. O.L. BASKETTE
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MR. 8: MRS. A.W. STEVENS
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