Lanier Junior High School - Fishbowl Yearbook (Macon, GA)

 - Class of 1962

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THE 1962 FISHBOWL published by The Annual Staff Lanier Junior l-ligh School For Boys maoon, georgia Foreword Excellence in mind and excellence in body, when blended, form an indispensible ingredient in the creation of effective and successful men. The L. W. Lewis Scholarship Award and the Lem Clark Memo- rial Trophy exemplify this idea and it is toward this idea that the efforts of this school are directed. l Contents Title Page Foreword Dedication Administration Principal's Letter Faculty Formal Informal Classes Ninth Eighth Organizations Athletics Advertisements Dedication MRS. ELIZABETH S. WEAVER Language, according to Webster, is "any means, vocal or other, of ex- pressing feeling or thought." Language thus becomes the base upon which all education ls built and the means by which all knowledge is transmitted. The 1962 FISHBOWL is dedicated to one who has devoted many years to the teaching of language - a teacher who with seriousness of purpose and adhering to nigh academic standards, has played a most important part in enabling many hundreds of men to become articulate, inquisitive and useful citizens. Her pupils of today applaud her, her pupils of yesterday justify her life, and to her the future is already deeply indebted. Proudly and with gratitude, we the 1962 FISHBOWL staff dedicate our yearbook to MRS. ELIZABETH S. WEAVER Special ppreciation Edward J. Cagle Alan B. Northington EDITORIAL BUSINESS ADVISORS to our two school publications, the "JOURNAL" and the "FISHBOWL. " DEAR STUDENTS, We, the editors of Lanier's publications, would like to recognize two members of our faculty. Mr. Alan B. Northington and Mr. Ed Cagle truly deserve this spotlight. Their assistance and guidance has provided both ninth and eighth grade stu- dents with needed confidence to fulfill a hard task. Both refuse actually to do the work, but will readily advise anyone as to how to do it. It requires a great deal of patience and effort to keep both the annual and the news- paper staff on schedule. We wish to express our sincere thanks to these two teachers for their tire- less efforts and assistance. Sincerely, "Fishbowl" Editor vyama, Q. ,z:fW,Qft "Journal" Editor V: THEN Zim 1' , .K ,d,2,,L1 1:52524 Wm., f ff W 9 V ,im vw Lf wwf- W, .W wi-V 59? M 1 . ,,.,,, if! -'Z V, QIQM, 1 s 24323-fx f' 4 f .- UW PN WXLW' , 3 ,f -' M ,,1L,1,i,,,, , F if 9 . ,V Q5 2,-1, Q. 6 ,aw-.w f,15E:f.i7 ygajw, s x v am Mn ' fm ,,,, , an , A m1n1 tr au 33211 2322? 1i, fi! 1 A 2 1KV' li , 91571 Gunther Bibb County Board of Education Left to right: RALPH EUBANKS, WM. P. SIMMONS, GEORGE P, RANKIN, JR., CHARLES HERTWIG, HERBERT BIRDSEY, LLOYD NEW- BERRY, JUDGE OSCAR LONG, DR. H. G. WEAVER, JULIUS GHOLSON, JUDGE WALTER STEVENS, ROBERT MCCORD, JUDGE MALLORY ATKIN- SON, ALBERT HATCHER, and WALLACE MILLER, JR, LLOYD NEWBERRY assistant superintendent JULIUS A. GHOLSON superintendent JOHN H. JONES principal JOHN H. JONES, principal A familiar face, in a familiar place W To students, parents and faculty, a friend. ,ww , M MRS. DORIS R. HAYS Secretary FRED HINESLEY guidance Mr. Hinesley answers many questions for both parents and students. LANIER JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS JOHN H. JONES. PRINCIPAL 751 Hsnoutv S-ras:-r MACON. GEORGIA December 14, 1961 Dear Students: My wish for each of you is that you will have a good and useful life in the years to come. Christopher Morley once said that there are three ingredients in what he called "The good life, "namely, LEARNING, EARNING, and YEARN- ING. Perhaps Ralph Waldo Emerson's formula is the key to LEARNING, and in the hope that it will help you, I quote, - "Shall I tell you the secret of the true scholar? It is thisg every man I meet is my master in some point, and in that I learn of hirn. " The second ingredient of a good life is EARNING. Most of us think immediately of money. Earning, money seems to be the most impor- tant thing in the world to a lot of people, but there are other things to be earned too. The Bible says, "a good name is rather to be chosen Qearnedj than great riches. " The third ingredient is YEARNING. This refers to ambition, your de- sire for success, your wanting to achieve worthwhile goals in life, and wanting to strongly enough to attain your goals. Do you want a "good'life?" Are you willing to pay the price? I BELIEVE YOU ARE! S inc er ely, John H. Jones, Principal 41 -3 as 3 I would not hesitate to say that the F- 1 United States is the finest society 6n,q a 12 grand scale that the world has thus fam? Alfred North Whitehead 't A .fp N - 4 I Q , f Q , 1 1,61 A ' Q 1 M I ' 5 fc' 5? 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HARRELL Math Lunchroom Cashier English ELLIS E, HAINES MARCEL HARRIS ON PAUL HAVERFIELD Industrial Arts Physical Education English JOHNNIE HOOVER JOAN HUDSON MRS. MALCOLM JONES Science Chorus Science JERRY L. J OYNER SARA L. LAMON RAY LATIMER Industrial Arts Librarian English W. R. LEWIS DANNIIE MCLAUGHLIN BESS B. MINCEY Industrial Arts Physical Education English ALAN B. NORTHINGTON MRS. J. K. PATTILLO REESE PERRY World History Dietitian Physical Education CAROLYN G. PHELPS GEORGE L. PHILLIPS MARGARET A. PHILLIPS Math Math English OUIDA POE MRS. TOM PORTER HERSCHEL E. SIMMONS English Math Agriculture STEVEN R, SMITH MARVIN L. TARPLEY E, D, TOLLERSON World History Physical Education Science MRS, ELEANOR TONEY MRS. KATHLEEN TWILLEY HONORINE B, VANZANT Civics Assistant Dietitian Science ELIZABETH S. WEAVER Latin R. L. GUFFIN Math LEWIS WRIGHT English D. L. WIYGUL, JR Industrial Arts Miss Beggs explains a film strip that her class is to see, Coach Bolt instructs a group of his students in set shooting. Oral questions in Miss Anderson's room. Mr. Bentley discusses a student's answer, Mr. Cagle and the mem- bers of one of his ninth grade English classes lis- ten as a student explains the diagram ofa sentence Mrs. Chapman lectures about Alexander the Great Mrs. Hudson dictates a daily test to one of her science classes. Endless practice under the direction of Mr. Gaughf is necessary before the band is ready to play. A student demonstrates as Mr. Collins explains a physical exercise that is done on the parallel bars. Mr. Eller, equipment manager, checks a new shipment of football shoes with coach McLaughlin and coach Perry. Mr. Hall listens to a stu- dent's recitation. Miss Harrell returns a set of test papers. Mrs. Hanson and Mrs. Twilley check hundreds of trays each day. Mr. Haines gives individual instruction to a student who has encountered a difficult problem in Industrial Arts. Mr. Haverfield checks a set of his student's papers. Mr. Reeves, our photo- grapher, found Miss Hudson and the Lanier Junior High Glee Club in a busy prac- tice session. Some members of Mr. Harrison's class try their hand at tumbling. An explanation of the metric system is given by Mr. Hoover. Mrs. Malcolm Jones checks a student's paper with him. The thousands of books in our library must be checked constantly by Miss Lamon. An explanation in the text book is clarified by Mr. Joyner for two of his stu- dents. Drill, drill and more drill, but Mr. Latlmer's students do master their English grammar. The reading of the classics has an important place in the eighth grade in Mrs. Mlncey's room. One of the first each day to arrive at school and one of the last to leave each day is our school dietitian, Mrs. Pattillo. Metal work, a new area in Industrial Arts, has keenly interested Mr. Lewis's stu- dents. Current Events in any period of time has always been of interest to students. So it is with these students in Mr'. Northington's room. Homework, boardwork, and tests are all necessary if a student is to learn his math. Here Mrs. Phelps reviews board work for one of her classes. Miss Poe and her students listen while a member of one of her classes explains a sentence from their home- work assignment. Mr. Phillips is seen here explaining some special charts that he believes will enable his students to get a firmer grasp on math. Ilmmy Jones receives an individual explanation from Mrs. Porter concern- ing an algebra problem that he had on a test. Mr. Simmons takes time out to give our photographer a friendly smile. Multiplication with deci- mals made easy. Here Mr. Tolerson explains how to point off two places. Mrs. Phillips greets her students at the start of another school day. Mr. Smith, conducts a classroom question and answer period in a class of World History. Members of Mr, Tarpley's class attempting to master the jump rope. Models are very useful in explaining problems in Science, Mrs. VanZ.ant observes and listens while an eighth grade student explains his model of a rocket. f , 'ff--......l' Mrs. Toney and the students of one of her classes check test questions. Members of one of Mrs. Weaver's Latin classes review their lesson to- gether. Clarity with levity. Mr. Wright here demonstrates that there is humor even in the study of English grammar. A student receives help with what is to him a difficult problem. With Mr. Guffin's individual explanation, however, the solution will soon be clear to the student. what student could fail to be interested in this test panel that Mr. Wiygul is explaining. The Custodial Staff The responsibility for the cleanliness of our school is in their care. 'Fr' 'E may '55 Left to right: Jesse Lyons, Wiley Lyons, Eula B. 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FIRST ROW, L. to R.: George Tudor, Tony Bare, David Tremaine, Randy Willis, Bill Peacock, Buddy Wood, Delmar Axton, Eddy Steely, Jerry Hewett, Wayne Christy, Steve Barson. SECOND ROW: Gary Smith, Euel Smith, John Tanksley, Butch Gillis, Bill Nickels, Jimmy McLendon, Sidney Elliott, Bill Marsden, Steve Patterson, Denny Martin. THIRD ROW: Bert Reese, Danny Monaghan, Jimmy Glen, Jimmy Hamlin, Johnny Hamrick, J. C. Beckley, Claude Fountain, Don Taylor, Henry Bryd, John Simmons, David Porter, Tommy Rodgers. FOURTH ROW: Dean Smith, Horace Hibberd, Bobby Magee, Trice Burger, Richard Purser, John Puryear, Lewis Bevil, James Hamilton, Ronnie Brown, Steve Clark. FIFTH ROW: John Hibberd, Harry Thompson, Danny Saylors, Jerry Reynolds, Jerry Johnson, Ricky Hampton, David Allen, Allen Taylor, Rodney Page, John Pendergrass. Books speak to our minds - S Beta Club BESS B. MINCEY Advisor FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Bert Reese, Gerry Ryle, Glen Etheridge, Willard Recker, Roland Stro- berg, Gerry Carlisle, Michael Donovan, Elmo Colburn. SECOND ROW: David Fortson, Keith Harrison, Gregory Garrison, Steve Batson, Ben Busbee, David Northington, Murray Cohen, Jimmy Tungate, Howard Miller, Mike Lillard, Boone Smith, Tom Cornelius, Buzz Johnson, Ronny Bennett. THIRD ROW: James McNeese, Steve Wilson, John Draughon, Denny Groover, Frank Kelly, George Whitener, Sonny Swaim, Nathan Gans, Dee Sams, Derrel Hazlehurst, Steve Hinson, Charles Ogburn, Chuck Frost, Click Slocumb. FOURTH ROW: Ronnie Bloor, Bruce Birdsey, Harry Zaloumes, Tom Greene, Mike Gunnells, Allen Tucker, Phil Davis, Allen McCook, Terry Rich, Leonard Wood, Jimmy Smith, Jewett Tucker, and Rudy Shirley. JOAN HUDSON Director The Lanier Junior High Glee Club FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Linton Phillips, Danny Beaver, Paul Giddens, Richard Baugh, Wayne Chapman, Wesley Elder, Joey Vinson, and Robert Webb. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: Pitt Howe, Billy Scott, David Maddox, Ralph Daniel, David Grubbs, Troy Howard, Tony Robertson, Wayne Beasly, and James Peek. NA service to othersv MRS. DORIS R. HAYS Office Assistants FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Nathan Gans, Harry Moore, Don Lamb, and Derrel Hazlehurst. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: Jimmy West, Mack Austell, Wayne Carter, Joe Bar bee, and Donnie Greene. The Paper Shop Q'Se1'vice', EDWARD I. CAGLE Advisor Jimmy Davis and Chuck McLendon serve their fellow students. Other workers in the paper shop are Ricky Parrish and Harry Moore. E4 .ww 5: y . -4-H Club Head, Heart, Hands, Health '4941 EH I I 1 - ,f,-ffff' 5' CHARLES INMAN Advisor RTO Make the Best Betterw FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Eddie Wood, Sidney Elliott, John Beck, Wayne Carter Stanley Rodgers, Ellis Wood. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: Durwood Hightower, John Newberry, Jerry Farrell, Joe Jones, Gary Obenauf, Eugene Kitchens, Eddie Atkins, and Craig Palmer. Library Assistants MISS SARA L. LAMON Librarian Fun through service to our school FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Franlie Asbell, Mel Middlebrooks, Ben Oden, Michael Birchenall, Horace Barfield, and Sammy Sapp. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: Selman Watson, Anthony Paez, Wallace Long, Bobby Murphy, Oliver Elliott, Larry Poole, Gary Flanders, Tommy Harper, and David Newby. ELLIS E. Advisor Industrial Arts HAINES Leadership, Scholarship, Service FIRST ROW, L. to R.: David Batson, Asa Howard, Troy Howard, Freddie Jackson, Ronnie Ellerbee, and Tommy Powell. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: Ferrell Lundy, Paul Giddens, Alan Hancock, Mike Chasteen, and James King. Audio-Visual LEWIS WRIGHT Advisor Service to our school by providing competent operators of all our audio-visual machines. FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Robert Corr, Charles Beacham, Lamar Tidwell, Johnny Lawhon, Mike Llllard, Steve Worley, Ricky Smith. SECOND ROW, L. to R.: Jimmy Mainor, Wayne Crutchfield, John Pendergrass, Charles Gavin, Gary Riley, Richard Fields, John Richards, Dan Hamlin. THIRD ROW, L. to R.: Ronald Payton, David Wallace, Dennis Obert, and Ben Oden. 1 J Journal - Annual l ALAN B. NORTHINGTON EDWARD I. CAGLE Business Advisor Editorial Advisor The purpose of the Junior High Journal is to present the news of the school and its activities, thereby helping the students to feel that they are a part of the school affairs. The "Fishbowl, " our school annual, gives the student a permanent record of his days spent, at Lanier. FIRST ROW, R. to L.: Elmo Colburn, Roland Stroberg, Boone Smith, Gary Ryle, Johnny Pea- cock, Howard Miller, Steve Lewis. SECOND ROW: Harry Zaloumes, Phil Davis, Mike Dono- van, Tom Greene, Jimmy Tungate, Lloyd Willingham, Ronny Bennett, Gerry Carlisle, Harry Moore, David Northington, Gene Carlisle. THIRD ROW: Wayne McCook, Frank Kelly, Derrel Hazlehurst, Nathan Gans, Steve Wilson, Sonny Swaim, Leonard Wood, David Watson, Murray Cohen, Walter Lane. FOURTH ROW: Charles McCarren, Jimmy Jones, Steve Hinson, Darryl Mull, Jimmy Smith, Torn Armstrong, Ronny Bloor, and Tom Cornelius. Junior Red Cross MISS MARY HARRELL Advisor "We believe in service for others, for our country, our community, our sohoolw FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Hurbet Wollner, Eue1Smith, Jimmy Douglas, Herman Hinson, Wayne Avery, Jerry Ricks. James Asbell. SECOND ROW: Troy Yaughn, Jimmy McBrayer, Steve Weatherford. Billy Helms, David Shipp, Leslie Stallings. Buddy Hanner, Craig Palmer, Pat Fox. THIRD ROW: Bill Ferris. Mitchell Moore. Murray Cohen, Bill Bently, Anthony Paez, Carl Hamilton, Charles Coyner, Ed Gaultney. Stanley Fisher. FOURTH ROW: Tommy Dixon, Bobby Sessoms, Dennis Obert, Durwood Fincher, Jerry Robinson Tim Jones. Student Council MRS. TOM PORTER STEVE R. SMITH Advisor AdViS0f Service to School, Home, and Community. FIRST ROW, L. to R.: David Vance, David Northington, Benjamin Busbee, Tom Cornelius, Tom Greene, Steve Lewis, Gerry Carlisle, Roland Stroberg, Tommy Powell. SECOND ROW: Elmo Colburn, Ernest Evans, Wayne Wise, David Fortson, Raymond Massey, Ricky Williams, Doug Fincher, Jimmy Smith, Al Tucker, Lewis Hale, Bert Reese, Jimmy Tungate. THIRD ROW: James Thomas, Jerry Brown, Chuck Ogburn, Tommy Harper, Sonny Swaim, Bobby Hooks Larry Croy, Monty Cheshire, Dee Sams, Jack Forester, Don Cioban, Tommy Martin, John Jones Bobby Jones, Steve Hatcher, James Cowart. FOURTH ROW: Eugene Bradley, Jewett Tucker, Dennis Daniels, Steve Hinson, Frank Kelly, Rudy Shirley, Phil Kilgore, Denny Groover, John Draughon, Steve Wilson, Charles Field, Nathan Gans, Danny Forrester, Chuck Frost. FIFTH ROW: David Green, John Harrison, Phil Davis, Joe Wall, Ban Burns, Trav Paine, Jerry Fincher, Derrel Hazlehurst, Morris Purcel, Bill Tribble, Jimmy Jones, and Bobby Hopkins. Future Farmers of America The aims and purposes of the club are: Learning to do, doing to learn, ZESEFEL E' SIMMONS Learning to live and living to serve. - .... ,Q 4 FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Eddie Adkins, Dean Smith, Earl Lineberger, John Jones, Gary Wisecup, Wesley Barfield. SECOND ROW: Wesley Arnold, Ben Haygood, Paul Meier, Ben Joyner, Leon Yearwood, Johnny Hamrick, Wayne Carter, Eugene Kitchens, Jimmy Hatcher, Troy Qrews. THIRD ROW: John Touchton, Roy McAfee, Charles McAfee, Gary Strong, Edward Holloway, Jimmy Luttrell, Arthur Miller, Mike Carreker. FOURTH ROW: Robert Barfield, Riley Bennett, Richard Towner, Stewart Newberry, Bobby Jernigan, Larry Bates, and Dudley Cole. Junior Hi-Y PURPOSE HILDA BEGGS ll ' Advisor To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian character." MOTTO Clean speech, clean sportsmanship, clean scholarship, clean living. - .. A .- FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Steve Lewis, David Northington, Johnny Peacock, Bucky Wright, Van Smith, Don Hutcheson, Allen Miles, Phil Blanks, David Vance, Tommy Powell. SECOND ROW: Howard Miller, Mike Lillard, Carl Hamilton, Steve Wooley, Bill Bently, John Tanksley. Frank Hilley, Jimmy Tungate, Steve Patterson, Tommy Gambell, Kenneth Roberts, Ed Gaultney, Boone Smith, Ronny Bennett. THIRD ROW: Harry Moore, Tommy Rogers, Leonard Wood, Terry Howell, Chuck Frost, Jimmy Twilley, Len Burns, Mickey McClung, Ricky Fields, Calvin Adams Trice Burger, Bobby Brown, Thomas Calhoun, Steve Hinson. FOURTH ROW: Claude Fountain, Tommy Lovett, Sonny Carter, Larry Teel, Wayne Keene, Ted Chaffin, Roy Wade, Kenneth Walker, Bobby Jones, Click Slocumb, Allen McCook, and Asa Howard. Lost and Found MILDRED B. CHAPMAN Advisor ii 3 I I Albert Bostick Qseatedj assists a fellow student in locating a lost article. Student workers by period: Leon Burns, second periodg Joe Sheffield, fourth periodg Dennis Daniels, fifth periodg John Lyndon, sixth period. -I' 'I' Q + Here and There 5 ,ff , f ywf 'V' msiw -flzirrlf' ' 1 e ' ,.gwgw,ggJ i ' ' ' ' " ' W, ,iUV4?7S1f7f72, V 5 wr 415 3. ' ,, K, :,.v,j2f"TJ1L57I1 9741 :lj f Qnffrl: ' ' ' ' 2' , f fr: ..,, H-:sexiffbwfbf'zzi",i7?g',,1i4-'V We i. ' Q ivfrqgfa'-ufwsix , thletic more ,. f A L4 Nlf we win men's hearts throughout the world, it MWA ' will not be because we are a big country but be- rypvv 'PPP cause we are a great country. Bigness is imposing. But greatness is enduring." Adlai E. Stevenson gui , 5? -,Q JAMES COLEMAN Left End STEVE WILSON Left Tackle BOBBY HOOKS Center TERRY CLIFTON Left Halfback DENMARK GROOVER Fullback STEVE HINSON Right Guard JIMMY JONES Quarterback Starting Lineup Ninth Grade .N if ' ff . 5 S ONNY SWAIM Left Guard LEON BURNS Right Tackle gf ,V 5 LARRY CROY Right End I EUGENE BRADLEY Right Halfback MARCEL HARRISON MARVIN L. TARPLEY THOMAS W. BENTLEY Head Coach Assistant Coach Athletic Director inth Grade Football Team FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Selman Watson, Mgr. Grif Clements, Larry Croy, Denny Groover, John Draughon, Kim Abare, Jim Coleman, Calvin Ellington, Howard Elkins, Harry Zaloumes, Frank Cowart, Tommy Powell. Mgr. SECOND ROW: Bob Baird, Len Burns, Dennis Taylor, Jim Mc- Kinney, Jim Jones, Albert Thacker, Jim Wrzesinski, Steve Hinson, Dennis Daniels, Gerry Wind- ham. THIRD ROW: Pat Higgison, Ben Busbee, Tom Greene, Johnny Martin, Terry Clifton, John Harrison, Tommy Lee, Bobby Hooks, Gary Obenauf, Eddie Braxton. FOURTH ROW: Allen Ward Albert Bostick, Bob Miller, Wayne Snow. Bobby Burrows, Walter Schacter, Bud McNeese, Doug Fincher, Garry Flanders, Mike Lillard. FIFTHROW: Bob Jackson, Dick Knight, Eugene Brad- ley, Frank Ward, Steve Wilson, Jewett Tucker, Steve Hatcher, Sonny Swaim. -'- . V . V 5, V . s f f - 'yhrlf--Q25' 1' ' f ' f Lf' - . " , , 2 I ' V .,, ..,, .. , ,, , , , , .:.s -121. 'L '. :' fffQf':- ":' . 'Q'1 . ,..,. ':.' l l ..AA 5 DANIEL L. BOLT REESE PERRY LOSSIE R. COLLINS. IR. DANNIE MCLAUGHLIN Head Coach Asst. Coach Asst. Coach Asst. Coach Eighth Grade Football Team FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Jerry Fincher, Larry Barfield, Bill Tribble, Jim McCullough, Robert Chanin, Joe Wall, Terry Fincher, Arthur Dominy, Bob Gerhardt, Travis Paine, Bob Hopkins. SECOND ROW: Frank Emanuel, Charles Fields, Randy Alford, Joe Paskoski, Robert Train, Jerry Johnson, Bruce Diers, Arnie Willis, Jack Forrester, Ricky Hall, Morris Purcell. THIRD ROW: Nathan Page, David Neirstein, Ricky Fields, Bobby Brown, Ronnie McNeese, Mike Burke, Lester Dean, Bert Maxwell, Ted Elks, John Thornton, Robert Webb. FOURTH ROW: Mike Kelly, Mike Adams, Dock Bond, Durwood Hightower, Marshall Darley, Charles Simmons, Ruben Yaughn, John McCord, Bruce Shelton, David Rainwater, Bob Reynolds. Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier Lanier The Scoreboard 1961-1962 Football NINTH EIGHTH Mt. DeSales 6 Lanier Warner Robins 8th Forsyth "B" 0 Lanier Hawkinsville 9th Washington Co. "B" 14 Lanier Griffin 8th Willingham 9th 6 Lanier Willingham 8th Hawkinsville 9th 14 Warner Robins 9th 6 Willingham 9th 13 Basketball NINTH EIGHTI-I Mt. DeSales 40 Lanier Mt. DeSales Baldwin Co. 39 Lanier Baldwin Twiggs Co. 23 Lanier Twiggs Co. Perry 16 Lanier Byron Perry 29 Lanier Warner Robins ' Byron 43 Lanier Mt. DeSales Warner Robins 27 Lanier Willingham Warner Robins ' 37 Lanier Warner Robins ' Mt. DeSales 48 Lanier Twiggs Co. Warner Robins 35 Lanier Mt. DeSales Twiggs Co. 39 Lanier Griffin Warner Robins 30 Lanier Willingham Baldwin Co. 37 Lanier Baldwin Lanier High "B" 38 Lanier Griffin Lanier High "B" 35 Lanier High "B" 36 " Rumble Ninth Grade Basketball ., ,M i , IEWETT TUCKER Forward JIMMY I ONES Guard Starting Lineu I AMES COLEMAN Forward FRA NK KELLY Guard P DEN NY GROOVER Center 5 I 14 X x iffy, at , -'1..,,,5 JOHN DRAUGHON Center LOSSIE R. COLLINS, JR. MARCEL HARRISON Head Coach Asst. Coach Ninth fade Basketball FIRST ROW, L. to R.: John Harrison, Johnny Walker, David Fortson, Denmark Groover, Jewett Tucker, James Coleman, and Larry Giles. SECOND ROW: Harry Zaloumes, Terry Rich, Sonny Swaim, Charles Lassiter, John Draughon, Russell Melvin, Frank Kelly, Bobby Cullens, Harry Moore, General Manager, Bobby Hooks, Manager. if ' I asia 1 MARVIN L. TARPLEY DANNIE MCLAUGHLIN Head Coach Asst. Coach Eighth Grade Basketball FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Harry Moore, General Manager, Tommy Haroer, Bert Maxwell, Jim Larson, John McCord, Trav Paine. Van Hale, Billy Smith, Man ager. SECOND ROW: Bill Tribble, Bobby Gerhardt, Charles Field, Ricky Fields. Mike Kelly, Ricky Hall, Jim McCullough. Leaders e C I' ANN CANNAFAX HELEN THORNTON ALMA MATER Southern Sun greets many banners On its westward flight. Fair to us. above all others Waves the Green and White. Green and White, Flag we love Float on high. Lanier Junior hail to Thee! May Thy sons fore'er be loyal to Thy memory. by Berner Heard SANDY SMITH For Your Friends, Autograph 4 M' I, 1,1 ,, A iff , 5 fx A : f' 7 A 1 4" - 1 ' "ply f f- X Xa rv AJ 'J my ' s NN- f I 3 i .J.g, R x, -vu.. F. X. 14, X 4 E 4 X gag, 1? A 4' 1 5 P' ' ,uv i . ..- ,..1f5 ' Lf 1 ai' +'aii5'ffzi3' , 5f ,A -- f' 3, X js 6 -fj.5' L2sM,,g,:,ifzQ,W,wamw,,1,5. X. . . .,..,,, . '12 I , I x,Q1':. 3 -fzgmff lbiiliw 1 '- is! .-Q-...v-1... Advertisers '4Where liberfy dwells, there is my country." Benjamin Franklin compliments CARROLL A. ARMSTRONG 717 Persons Bldg. Representing The Connecticut Mutual Life Ins. Co. 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Phone,3-3387 Compliments of MAXWELL BROTHERS FURNITURE 471 Second Street Phone Sl-I 2-6411 0660 CREATORS OF PORTRAITS FOR THOSE WHO KNOW AND WANT THE BBT... 'wfylfwkfl 1385 Georgia Ave. Ph. 745-4943 SOUTHERN BAIT 8: TACKLE, INC. hunting - fishing - boating and picnic supplies 1071 Gray Highway macon, georgia compliments of BOB STEVENS GARAGE 601 walnut st. SH 2-8743 JACKSON oLDsMoB1LE, INC. 717 third st. macon, georgia E. R. ANDREWS 8. SONS sheet metal - heating - air conditioning Phone SH 5-0456 811 Forsyth St. Macon, Ga. AMERICAN everything for the office OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. 552 Mulberry St. Macon, Ga. Phone SH Z - 7 548 Compliments SUNSHINE DAIRIES 1436 Forsyth St. O sw 50" I A 1 I .I 2 I Seggxst' MACON ' E. H. SMITH BOBBY LEE SMITH SH 3- 5945 DANNENBERG'S since 1867 we give S 8: H Green Stamps compliments of Pig'n Whistle SANDWICH SHOP 1425 Georgia Ave. , macon, ga DIXIE TOBACCO 8. CANDY COMPANY Wholesale candy - cigars - cigarettes - tobacco - notions Schrafft's Candy - Phillies - Websters - El Toro - Red Dot Phone SH 6-9461 834 High St. MUNFORDS Do - It - Yourself Store Job Printing Publications 433 Walnut Street Catalogs SOUTHERN PRESS, INC . Dial SHerwood 6-5111 553 Mulberry St. Lane Pleasure and Dependability is yours with a Phone SH 6-1385 Johnson Outboard Motor Ol' M , . acon Ga Chris Craft Boat A. S. HATCHER CO. Marine Division SAM S. CHANDLER INSURANCE AGENCY Chandler Bldg. l54 Broadway Phone SH 2-3641 Macon, Ga, TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY "nw worm, um v.-umm Af, mlm ma.

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