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OUR 1949 LOG 

Published by the 

Winston-Salem High Schools 

Volume XXXVIII 

Gray High 

Bill Easter, Editor-in-Chief; Art Editor 
Frank White, Business Manager 
Betty Carpenter, Senior Editor 
Junior Temple, Senior Editor 
Miss Moselle Stephensiom, Sponsor 

Hanes High 

Barbara Dull, Editor-inChief, 
Ann Ratterree, Managing Editor 
Bobby Morgan, Senior Editor 
Pat Perkins, Senior Editor 
Miss Martha Mickey, Sponsor 



Reynolds High 



Mildred White. Editor-in-Chief 
Sarah Jane McLean, Managing Editor 
Tommy Minnis, Business Manager 
Dee Turner, Senior Ediitor 
Drane Vaughn, Senior Editor 
Betty Byrd Barnette. Junior Editor 
Mary Elizabeth Alspaugh, Junior Editor 
Miss Elizabeth Brookes, Sponsor 







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North Carolina Room 

Forsyth County Public Library 
660 West Fifth Street 
Winston-Salem, NC 27101 




CONTENTS 

Introduction 1 

School Board 5 

Memoriam 6 

Gray High 7 

Hanes High 43 

Reynolds High 77 

Features 147 




-Jnz cy~fiqk Command 




Mr J. W. Moore, Superintendent 
Rev. K. R. Williams 

Mr. Wm. F. Shaffner Jr. 
Mrs. H. B. Clodfelter 



Mr. W. E Gaines, Chairman 

Mr. W. A. Julian, Vice-chairman 
Mr. G. W Miller 

Dr. George Mauze (absent) 





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We Salute! 




For Her Unwavering Efforts 

To Make Smooth Our Voyage 

Through High School 

We, the Seniors of the 1949 Graduating Class, 

Proudly Dedicate Our Section of the Blue and Gold 

to 
MISS ALMA WOODMORE 



OUR FACULTY 



Steering Us Past the Many Obstacles 
Keeps Us Straight on Our Course 




Carrie Mae Align 
Betty Lou Ball 
Saxon Bray 
Tom Cash 



Garnet Clark 
Mary Jane Dunlap 

Ruth Evans 
Mrs. Clara Field 



John M. Fletcher 

Daisy Lee Glasgow 

Hattie Googe 

Kathleen Hal! 

Ruth Holton 

Dorothy Isley 



Eugene Johnston 

Sally Johnston 

Edna Jordan 

Mary Miller Knox 

Ruth Meinung 
Andre Muelenaer 



Mrs. Magdallene Owens 

Brown Phillips 

Artelee Puett 

Barrett Racster 

E. L. Rowley 

Mrs. Rachel Simpson 



Moselle Stephenson 

Myrtle Timmons 

Gera'ld L. Waltfip 

Mrs. Monte Warner 

Sara Jane White 

Alma Woodmore 







Passengers of the Ship Are 



the CLASSES 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



m*mmy : 





Betty Reeves, secretary; Dick Sale, vice-president; Bobby Scott, treasurer; Ed Poindexter, president. 



SPONSORS 



MRS. CARRIE MAE ALLGOOD 




MI.SS MANY MII.LKR KNOX 



Gray 



SENIOR CLASS 



1949 




Martha Alspaugh 

Charmingly Modest 
Commercial Gourse: Hal'l Mon. 1; Y- 
Teen 1: Hrm. Asst. Sec. 1; Schol. 
Dept. 3; Pub. Dept. Supt. 3; Quill and 
Scroll 3, 4; Sec. and Treas. 4: Bible 
Club V-Pies. 3; Gray Light. Typist 4: 
P. T. A. Rep. 4; Office Asst. 4. 



Flora Stella Ball 

Quiet 
Commercial Course: Old Town High 
School I, 2, 3. 



Joy Bassett 

Co-operative 
Commercial Course: Nat. Hon. Soc. 
3. 4; V-Pres. 4: Intl. Dept. 3; Hall 
Men. 3; Hrm, Sec. 3; Att. Dept. 2; 
Bible Club 2: Board 1. 



Mollie Sue Baucom 

Angelic 
Language Course: Dramateer 1, 2: De- 
bater 1, 2; Bible Club 3; Nat'l Hon. 
Soc. 3, 4; Masque and Gavel 2, 3, 4; 
Hrm. Pres. 1: Board 2, 3: Int. Dept. 
1, 2; Traffic Dept. 3. 4; Schol. Dept. 
2; Lib. Page 3, 4. 



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Lucille Ambres Baynes 

Sociable 
Commercial Course: Y-Teen 1, 2; 
Re;c. Dept. 2; Hrm. Treas. 1; Int. 
Dept. 3; S. H. Supt. 4. 





Nancy Beck 

Friend/;/ 
Language Course: Board 1„ 2; Hrm. 
V-Pres. 1; Sec. 1, 2; Hall Mon. 1, 
4; Supt. 2: Schol. Dept. 1, 2: Rec. 
Dept. 3; Office Asst. 3, 4; Traffic 
Dept. 3. 4; Gray-Teen Club 4. 



Carolyn Lewis Beeson 

Domestic 
Science Course: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Co-Capt. 4; Amos'n Andy 3, 4; Y- 
Teen 1, 2. 3. 4: V-Pres. 3; Pres. 4; 
Inter-Club Coun. V-Pres. 4: Color 
Guard 2: Flag Bearer 4; Bible Club 
3; Har. Hangout 3, 4; Ath. Ass'n 3, 4. 




Barbara Bledsoe 

Science Course: Soccer 1, 4; Basket- 
ball 1, 4: Softball 1, 4; Girl Scout 
Rep. 2; Amos'n Andy 2; Flag Bearer 
2: Lib. Coun. 3, 4; State Lib. Ass'n 
Sec. and Treas. 3; Ath. Ass'n 3, 4; 
Bilcycle Club Capt. 3; Int. Dept. 2. 




Margaret Bodsford 

Unaffected 
<"V>mmercial Course: Dramateer 1, ?.; 
Masque and Gavel 2. 3. 4; Int. Dept. 
2. 3: Nurse's Room Asst. 4; Amios'n 
Andy 4. 



Davie Bolin 

Industrious 
Science Course: Check. Dept. 2, 
Int. Dept. 2, 3; Aud. Dept. 3. 



Joe Bowman 

F/eef-foofec? 
Music Course: Football 3, 4, 5; Base- 
ball 3, 4. 5; Tennite I, 2; Basketball 
2, 3. 4, 5; Traffic Dept. \i 3, 4; 
Gym Dept. Supt. 3; Band 1. 2, 3, 4, 
5; Onchestra 1. 2, 4, 5: Hrm. Pres. 
I, 4; Gray-Teen Club 2; Board 2, 4. 





Wanda Bowman 

Sweet 
Commercial Course: Hrm. Pres. 2; 
Sec. 3; Y-Teen 2; V-Pres. 2: Schol. 
Dept. 3: Jr. Class Sec. 3; Chrefj Sr. 
Marshal 3; Soh,oc4 Cor. Sec. 4; Best 
All Around 4; Office Asst. 3, 4; Glee 
Club 2. 



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Wynona Bowman 

Lovely 
Commerical Course: Y-Teen 1, 2; 
Bible Club 2, 3; Sec. 3: Hrm. Treas. 
2; Board 2; Int. Supt. 3; Sr. Marshal 
3; Rec. Dept. 4; Office Asst. 4. 



Rebecca Browning 

Congenial 
Language Course: Glee Club 2', 3; 
Bible Club 3; Hall Mon. 1, 3; School 
Store Asst. 3. 4. 



Charles Bullings 

Elus ive 
Industrial Arts Course: Gray Gomes 
Pres. 1; Football 1 , 2,, 3, 4; Aud. Dept. 
2; S. H. Supt. 1, 2, 3. 4; S. H. Coun. 
Supt. 4. 



Phyllis Ann Calloway 

Agreeable 
Science Course: Hrm. Sec- 2; V-Pres. 
2; Hall Mon. 2; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 5; 
Pres. 2; Sec. 3; Defense Dept. Chrm. 
2; Poster Dept. 3; Rec. Dept. 4. 









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Barbara Castevens 

Admired 
Science Course: Hall Mon. 1. 2; S. 
H. Check. 2, 3, 4; Nurse's Room 
Asst. 2: Y-Teen 1. 2; Int. Dept. 1, 
3; Schol. Dept. 2; Office Asst. 3; 
Color Guard 4. 



Bill 



Chatman 

Helpfril 



Industrial Arts Course: Gym. 
2, 3; Hrm. V-Pres. 2; Treas. 3; 
Drawing Supt. 4. 



Barbara Clark 

Gag 
Dept. Commercial Course: Cheerleader 3, 

Mech. Lib Coun. 3. 4; Hrm. Sec. 2; S. 

Check. 3, 4; Schol. Dept. 3. 



Joe Cole 

Sporty 
4; Mathematics Course: Board 1; Foot- 

H. ball 2, 3. 4; Hall Mon. Supt. 2; Key 

Club 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Gym. Dept. 
3; Best Sport 4. 










Marcus Crotts 

Ac/venrurous 
Mathematics Course: Key Club 3, 4; 
Hi-Y 4; Football 3; Check. Dept. 1, 
2. 3,- Supt. 4; Board 4; Honor Point 
Pin 3. 



Donald Cude 

Courteous 
Industrial Arts Course: Int. Dept. I; 
Baseball I; Band 1, 2. 3. 



Pauline Cude 

Gentle 
Commercial Course: Quill and Scroll 
3, 4; Lib. Coun. 3, 4: S. H. Supt. 4; 
Cheerleader 4: Hrm. Sec. 2; Biggest 
Flirt 4; Best Sport 4; Girls' Sports 
Ed. Gray Light 3: Gray Gnomes Club 1. 



n Jack Daniels 

Peppy 
Mathematics Course: Tennis 3: Band 
1, 2; Hrm. V-Pres. 3. 



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Bill Davis 

Retiring 
Industrial Arts Course: Aud. Dept. i; 
Check. Dept. 2; Mech. Drawing Class 
Equipment Clerk 3; Supply Clerk 4. 



Margie Ruth DeViney 

Tranquil 



Social Studies Course: 


Softball 1 


Bible Club 2. 3; Glee 


Club 4: Lib 


Coun. 3. 





Mildred Dietz 

Pretty 

Science Course: Soccer 1; Y-Teen 1 

2, 3, 4; Hrm. Sec. 1; Sr. Marshal 3 

Flag Bearer 3, 4; Best Looking 4 

Nurse's Room Page 2; Lib. Page 3 

Schol. Dept. 2: Ath. Ass'n. 3, 4 
Hall Mom. 1; Rec. Dept. 1. 



Carolyn Edwards 

Reliable 
Commercial Course: Int. Dept. 1, 2. 
3: Drum Majorette 1; Y-Teen I. 2, 3. 
4; Social Chrm. 3; Treas. 4: Quill and 
Scroll 3, 4; V-Pres. 4; S. H. Supt. 3; 
Hall- Mon. 2; Nat. Hon. Soc. 4; Ex- 
change Ed. iof Gray Light 3. 




Peggy Lee Ernest 

Graceful 
Science Course: Schol. Dept. 2; Y- 
Teen 1. 2; Hrm. V-Pres. 2; Band I: 
P. T. A. Rep. 3; Int. Dept. 1; Gray 
Gnomes Club 1; Bible Club 3. 



Betty Ann Everhart 

Calm and Collected 
Commercial Course: Y-Teera 3, 4; 
Inter-Club Council Mem. 3; Sr. Mar- 
shall 3: Bible Club 2, 3; Board I. 3, 
4: Hrm. Pres. 1: V-Pres. 3; Rec. 
Dept. 2; Int. Dept. 2: Montreat Dele- 
gate 2; Harmony Hangout Com. 4. 



Betty Jean Felker 

Irresistible 
Commercial Course: Y-Teen 1; In- 
ter- Club. Mem. 2; Board 3, 4: Bul- 
eltin Supt. 4; Att. Dept. 1, 2; Schol. 
Dept. 3; Hrm. Sec. 2; Office Asst. 3, 
4; Jr. Class Treas. 3; Sr. Marshall 3. 



Bob Fesperman 

Smooth and Speedy 
Industrial Arts Course: Football 1. 2, 3. 
4. 5; Co-Capt. 4, 5: Baseball I, 2. 3. 
4, 5; Gym. Dept. Supt. 4; Best Sport 4; 
Most Athletic 5; All State Quarterback 
5: All Conference 5. 




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Johnny Fletcher 

Happy-Go~Lucky 
Industrial Arts Course: Wdwk. Rec. 
Clerk 4. 5; Hrm. Pres. 4; Check. Dept. 
I, 2, 3; Red Cross Rep. 4: Gray Gno- 
mes Club I; Football 2; Basketball I, 2, 
3, 4. 5; Tenris 4, 5; Baseball 2. 3. 






Jimmy Gorsuch 

Independent 
Industrial Arts Course: Check. 
Supt. 1. 









Willa Jean Gregory 

Charming 
Dept. Home Economics Course: Y-Teen 1, 2, 

3: Bible Club 3; S. H. Check. 2, 3; 
Nurse's Room Asst. 3; Lib. Coun. 2, 3, 
4; Home Ec. Classes Co-Chrm. 4. 



Bill Eugene Griffin 

On the Beat 
Mathematics Course*. New Hanover High 
School 1; Band 2, 3. 4; Band Coun. 
Chrm. 4; Hall Moa. 2; Check. Dept. 3. 



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1949 





Irvin Grigg 

Honorable 
Science Course: Hi-Y 3; Pres. 4; Mas- 
que and Gavel 2, 3; Pres. 4; Per. Rel. 
Dept. Supt. 4; Key Club 3, 4; Hm. 
Pres. 1, 2, 3; Gray L; ff ft c Photog. 3, 
4; School Store Supt. 3, 4; Schol. 
Dept. Supt. 2; Dram. 1, 2; Testator 4. 



Grover Hailey 

Dependable 



Social Studies Course: Check. Dept. 1; 
Hall Mon. 2; Rec. Dept. 3; Schol. Dept. 














Jean Hanes 

Proficient 
Mathematics Course: Nat. Hon. Soc. 3; 
Pub. Chrm. 4; Quill and Scroll 3; Pres. 
4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Harmony Hangout 
Com. 3; Lib. Coun. 4; B/ae and Gold 
Sir. Ed. 3; Glee Club 1; Soccer 1; 
Hall Mon. 1, 3, 4; Gray Lighn Staff 2, 3. 



. 4. mm. 
J. T. Hauser, Jr. 

Spirited 
Social Studies Course: Dramateer 1, 2; 
"Smiling Through" 1; "Return of Rip 
Van Winkle" 1; "Arsenic and Old 
Lace" 2; "Dead of Night" 2; Check. 
Dept,. Supt. 1; Res. Football 2. 3; Traffic 
Dept. 4; Harmony Hang,out Com. 3, 4. 



Bobbie Heath 

Eneiriffetic 
Home Economics Course: Y-Teen I; 
Glee Club 1, 2; Hall Mon. 1, 4; Rec. 
Dept. 1; Hrm. Pres. 3: Int. Dept. 2; 
Cheerleader 4; Home-Coming Sponsor 
4. 



Nowassa Hege 

Witty 
Commercial Course: Soccer 2; Softball 
2; Basketball 3; Girls' Ath. Assn. 3. 4; 
Nurse's Ropm Supt. 4: Office Page i; 
Hall Mon. 1; Wittiest 4; Board 2; Y- 
Teen 1; Red Cross Rep. 3. 



Barbara Ann Hemrick 

Cordial 
Commercial Course: Reynolds High 
School 1, 2; Glee Club 3; Bible Club 3; 
Girls' Chorus 3; Schol. Dept 3; Hrm. 
Asst. Sec. 3; Y-Teen 3: Hal 1 ] Mon. 4. 



Mary Helen Hester 

Sincere 
Home Economics Course: Hall Mon. 4; 
Traffic Dept. 1. 














Bobby Holleman 

folly 
Industrial Arts Course: Gray Gnomes 
Club I; Football 1, 2. 3, 4: Board 4. 



Carol Hutchins 

Athletic 
Science Course: Soccer I, 2; Capt. 3, 
4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Capt. 4; Tennis 
1; Softball 2, 3, 4; Capt. 3; Ath. Assn. 
Sec. 3; Pres. 4; Hrm. Pres. I; Sec. 3: 
Board 3; Nat. Hon. Soc. 4; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Most Athletic 4. 



Carolyn Jarvis 

Pleasant 
Commercial Course: Hrm. V-Pres. 2; 
Board 2; Int. Dept. I; Schol. Dept. 1; 
School Store Asst. 3. 



Clara Johnson 

Esteemed 
Language Course: Y-Teen 1, 2, 3; Int. 
Dept. 1, 2, 3: Hrm. Sec. I, 3: Pres. 2; 
Treas. 3; Rec. Dept. 2; Schol. Dept. 2, 
3; Lib. Coun. 3; P. T. A. Rep. 4; Att. 
Dept. 1, 2. 



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Peggy Mullis Johnson 

Good-Na tared 

Commercial Course: Att. Dept. I, 2, 3; 

Int. Dept. 1, 2, 3; Red Cross Rep. 1, 

2; Hall Mon. 1: Lib. Conn. 4. 



Ralph Johnson 



Humorous 

Industrial Arts Course: Gray Gnomes 
Club 1; Hall Mon. 2, 4; Check. Dept. 
1; Board 3; Bible Club 3; Red Gross 
Rep. 4; Wittiest 4. 



Gilbert Kitchen 

Reserved 
Industrial Arts Course 



Flossie Krites 

Ambitious 
Commercial Course: Quill and Scroll 3, 
4; Gray Light Reporter 2. 3; Typist 4; 
Office Asst. 4; S. H. Check. 3; Red 
Cross Rep. 3; Schol. Dept. 3; Hrrn. Sec. 
2; Asst. Sec. 3; Bible Club 2, 3; P. T. A. 
Rep. 1. 










Marquita Linvillc 

Musical 
Science Course: Atfi. Dept. 1, 2, 3: 
Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Girls' Trio 1, 
2, 3. 4: Y-Teen 1, 2; Board 4; Office 
Asst. 2. 3, 4; Sec. Dept. Supt. 4. 



Jb Ann Loflin 

Thoughtful 
Language Course: Gray Teen Club 3, 
4: Gray Gnomes Glufo 1 : Y-Teen 1 , 

2, 3; Pres. 2; Gray Light Assoc. Ed. 

3, 4; Hrrn. Pres. 2; Lost and Found 
SupC 1; Int. Dept. Supt. 3; Att. Dept. 
Supt. 3; Nurse's Room Supt. 4. 



Bobby Curtis Markland 

Mischievous 
Industrial Arts Course: Football 2,3; 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 
4: Board 3, 4; Jr. Jive Com. 1, 2; 
Pres. 2; Gray Teen Cdub 2; V-Pres. 
4; Key Club 3) Sec. 4; S. H. Supt. 
3; Per. Rel. Dept. 3: Biggest Flirt 4. 



Peggy McClain 

Lively 
Language Course: Board I; Hrrn., Sec. 
1, 2; Soccer 1, 2. 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 
3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4; Cheer- 
leader 3, 4: Y-Teen 1, 2: Gray Teen 
Club 3; Office Page 3; Lib. Page 3, 
4; Home-Goming Sponsor 1, 3, 4. 






Helen McCoin 

Gracious 
Social Studies Course: Y-Teen 1, 4; 
Lib. Coun. 3; P. T. A. Rep. 1, 3; 
Rec. Dept. 3; Hrrn. V-Pres. 1; Treas. 
1; Schol. Dept. 2; Int. Dept. 2, 3; 
Board 3; Red Cross Rep. 3. 



Leslie James McDamel 

Constant 
Industrial Arts Course: Gray Gnomes 
Club I;i Bible Club 2, 3; Hrrn. Pres. 
2; Board 3; Football 2. 3: Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; Check. 
Dept. I. 



Emma Mills 

Captivating 
Language Course: Nat. Hon. Soc. 3. 
4: Pres. 4: Schol. Dept. 1; Supt. 4; 
Cheerleader 2, 4; Office Page 1; Supt. 
2. 3; Per. Rel. Dept. 3, 4; Gray Teen 
Club 3, 4; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3; Gym Dept. 
1 ; Honor Point Pin 3. 



Anna Frances Morgan 

Exuberant 
Language Course: Nat. Hon. Soc. 3: 
Treas. 4: Masque and Gavel 2, 3, 4; 
V-Pres. 3; Rec. Dept. Supt. 4; Cheer- 
leader 4; Home-Coming Sponsor 3; 
"Arsenic and Old Lace" 2: Office Page 
1, 2, 3; Debater 2; Board 1. 2, 3, 4. 



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Bettve Myers 

Alert 
Commercial Course: 
Club 1; Hall Mon. 1; 
Cross Rep. 2; Rec. 
Pres. 3; Office Page 
Rep. 2. 



Gray Gnomes 

Y-Teen 1; Red 

Dept. 3; Hrm. 

2; P. T. A. 



Eva Mac Myers 

Jovial 
Science Course: Red Cross Rep. 
Hall Mon. 1; S. H. Check. 1, 
Hrm. Asst. Sec. 3; Band 3, 4. 




Charles Newsome 

Artistic 

1: Industrial Arte Course: Check. Dept. 

3; 1: Supt. 2; Schol. Dept. Supt. 3; Per. 

Rel. Dept. 4; Att. Dept. Supt. 4; Hi- 
Y 4; Gray Teen Club 4; Football 2, 
3, 4. 



Neil Oerter 

First Rate 
Science Course: Lost and Found Supt. 
1; Schol. Dept. Supt. 2; Gen. Util. 
Dept. Supt. 3, 4; Hi-Y 3; V-Pres. 
4; Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Per. ReJ. Dept. 
4; Hrm. Pres. 1; Honor fioint Pin 3. 









Rosajane Parks 

V ivachous 
Science Course: Nat. Hon. Soc. Asst. 
Sec. 3, 4: Masque and Gavel 2, 3; 
V-Pres. 4; Hrm. Pres. 2; Pub. Rel. 
Dept. Supt. 3; Rec. Supt. 2; Lib. Page 
2; Debater 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teen 1. 



Rudolph Perryman 

Speedy 



Commercial Course: 
2; Basketball 1. 



Check. Dept. 1, 



J. V. Pettyjohn 

Vigorous 

Commercial Course: Hrm. Pres. 1: 

Key Club Pres. 4: School Pres. 4; 
Jr. Class Pres. 3; Lib. Coun. Supt. 

3; Dramateer 2; "Smiling Through" 

2; "Arsenic and Old Lace" 2; Footi- 
ba'll 2. 



Ed Poindexter 

Jocular 
Commercial Course: Sr. Class Pres. 
4; Per 1 . Rel. Dept. Supt. 4; Football 
2, 3, 4; Key Club 3. 4; Hi-Y 3. 4; 
Baseball 2; iB'ue and GoW Bus. Mgr. 3. 








Ralph Poore 

Responsible 
Industrial Arts Course: Check. Dept. 
1, 3, 4; Desk Clerk 1; Football 3, 4. 



Betty Evans Reeves 

Attractive 
Commercial Course: Nat. Hon. Soc. 
3, 4; Hrm. Sec. 1, 2, 3, 4; Att. Dept. 
1; Office Asst. 4. 




Bobby Robinson 



Shirley Mae Saige 

Merry Fascinating 

Industrial Arts Course; Check. Dept. Commercial Course: Y-Teen 1, 2, 3. 

1, 4; Int. Dept. 5. 4; Service Chim. 3; P. T. A. Rep. 1; 

Lib. Page 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teen Carnival 
Queen 2; Board 3, 4; Amos 'rr Andy 
2; Supt. 3, 4; Hrm. Asst. Sec. 2. 



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Dewilla Sale 

Neat and Efficient 
Language Course: Office Page 1. 2; 
Supt. 4; Pub. Rel. Dept. Supt. 3; 
School Cor. Sec. 3; Nat. Hon. Soc. 
3, 4; Most Intellectual 4; Per. Rel. 
Dept. 3. 



Dick Sale, Jr. 

Rugged but Right 
Mathematics Course: FoptballJ 3, 4; 
Co-Capt. 5; All Conference 5; Sr f 
Class V-Pres. 5; Best Looking 4; Most 
Popular 5; Hi-Y 2, 3; Key Club 4. 
5; Pub. Rel. Supt. 1; Vis. Ed. Supt. 
3, 4. 5; S. H. Sup£. 2, 3. 4. 5. 



Jimmy Sanders 

Skillful 

Industrial Arts Course: Schol. Dept. 
3: Check. Dept. 4; Football 1; Base- 
ball 3. 



Peggy Henrietta Scales 

Ami<able 
Commercial Course: Hall Mon. 1, 4; 
Him. Bull. Board Chrm. 3; Bible Club 
3. 





Bobby Scott 

Joyful 
Mathematics Course). Hi-Y 4; Band 1, 
2, 3; Sr. Class Treas. 4; Gen. Util. 
Dept. Supt. 2; S. H. Supt. 4. 



Johnnie Sexton 

Harnesc 
Commercial Course: Band 3, 4; Dance 
Band 3, 4; Hrm. Pres. 3; Gray Lt'pftc 
Reporter 2. 3; Hi-Y 4. 



Wilbur Sharp 

Shy 

Industrial Arts Course: Check. Dept. 
1, 2; Int. Dept. 2. 3. 



Richard Sheetz 

Polite 
Industrial Arts Course: Hrm. Pres. 
1: Check. Dept. 2; 3; Aud. Dept. 3. 




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Jimmy Sink 

Cheerful 
Science Course: Hrm. Pres. 1; Sec. 
3; Hall Mon. 1; Supt. 2; Gym. Dept. 
2: Supt. 3: Aud. Dept. 2, 3; Tennis 
3, 4; Jr. Jive Joint Com. 1; Int. Dept, 
3; Cheerleader 4. 



Mary Lou Sink 

Dignified 
Language Course: Y-Teen 1, 4; Glee 
Club 3; Bible Clubl 2, 3; Hrm. Pres. 
3; Nurse's Room Asst. 3; Int. Dept. 
1; Gray Gnomes Club I; Rec. Dept. 2. 




Mary Ellen Smith 

Genial 
Mathematics Course: Y-Teen Social 
Chrm. 3: 4: Hrm. V-Pres. 1; Sec. 2 
Pub. Rel. Dept. 3, 4; Att. Dept. 2 
Hall Mon. 1. 2, 3, 4; Lib. Coun. 3 
Harmony Hangout Com. 3: Rec. Dept. 
2. 



Curt Sprinkle 



Easy-going 
Industrial Arts Course: Res. Baseball 
1; Check. Dept. 1, 2, 4; Hrm. Pres. 
1, 2, 3; V-Pres. 2; Sec. 1; S. H. Supt. 

3 - i 



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Edna Stanley 

Capable} 
Commercial Course: School Store 
Asst. 3, 4; Rec. Dept. 2; Hall Mon. 
1: Red Cfoss 4; Y-Teen 1. 



Ella Mae Stout 

Competent 
Oommercial Course: Office Page 1, 
3; Hall Mon. 1; Lib. Page 3; Rec. 
Dept. 3; Amos'n Andy Supt. 3, 4; Int. 
Dept. 1. 3; Board 4; S. H. Check. 2, 
3; Gray Gnomes Club 1. 



Lorene Mae Tesh 

Happy 
Science Course: Band 2. 3, 4; Soft- 
ball) 1. 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3; Lib. 
Page 1. 2. 3; Hall Mon. 1; Skating 
Group Capt. 4: Y-Teen 1; Lost and 
Round I; Orchestra 3. 



Jeanne Threatt 

Pleasing 
Commercilail Course: Hall Mon. 
Dept. 3; Nurse's Room Asst. 
Cross Rep. 1. 



Int. 
Red 





Betty Troutman 

Light-hearted 
Commercial Course: Y-Teen 1, 2; 
School Store Supt. 3; Asst. 4; Office 
Page 1. 2. 3; Board 1; Hall Mon. 1. 



Marian Vaden 

Winsome 
Commercial Course: Bible Club 2; 
Int. Dept. 1; Rec. Dept. 2; Att. Dept. 
2; Schol. Dept. 3, 4,- Hrtn. Asst. Sec. 
3; Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. 






Kenneth Walker 

Bashful 
Industrial Arts Course 



Raymond Weir 

Rhythmical 
Science Course/: Gen Util. Dept Supt. 
2, 3; Asst. 4; Hall Mon. 3; Sup*. 4: 
Band 3. 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Dance 
Band 3, 4; Gray Gnomes Club 2; Gray 
Teen Club 3, 4; Tennis 3. 4; Traffic 
Dept. 4; Board 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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Frank White 

Clever 
Mathematics Course: Madison High 
Schco'l 1; Band 2, 3. 4; Orchestra 2 
3, 4; Jr. Glass V-Pres. 3; Hi-Y 4; 
Most InteBlectuajl 4; Most Likely to 
Succeed 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 4; Class 
Prophet 4. Pub. Bus, Mgr. 4, 



Bill Willard 



C*e6onair 
Industrial Arts Course: Football 2, 3, 
4; Baseball Mgr. 1; Rec. Dept. 3, 4; 
Aud. Dept. 2; Per. Rel. 4; Lib. Coun. 
4. 



Sara Willard 

Delightful 
Language Course: Gray Light Ed. -in- 
chief 4: Managing Ed. 3; School V- 
Pres. 3; Sec. 1, 2; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3. 
4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; Girls' State 
Rep. 3; D. A. R. Rep. 4; Cheer- 
leader 3; Chief 4; Most Popular 4;. 



James Wimbish 

Determined 
Industrial Arts Course: Ha'll Moo. 1, 
2: Lib. Coun. 2, 3, 4; Woodwork 
Class Supt. 4; Poster Dept. Supt. 3, 4, 



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MASCOTS 






Rita Clark and Danny Gray Nicks 



CLASS DAY OFFICERS 




▲ 



Frank White 
Prophet 




Molly Baucom 
Historian 




Irvin Grigg 
Testator 




Miss Mary Miller Knox and Mrs. Carrie Mae Allgood 
try a senior cap and gown on Jo Ann Loflin. 



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The Super Fleet 




Ed Poindextar and Wanda Bowman 



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wmmm 



Dick Sale and Sara Willard 




Frank White and DewiMa Sale 




Bobby Fesperman and Carol Hutchins 



Bill Willard and Mildred Dietz 



Joe Cbde and Pally Cuide 




Bobby Markland and Polly Cude 



Molly Baucom and Frank White 



Ralph Jiohnson and Nowasfi Hege 



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Gray 



1950 



OFFICERS 



JUNIOR CLASS 




Juanita Bruce, secretary: Glenn Pettyjohn, president 
Junior Temple, vice-president; Fred Welborn, treasurer 





BUCK ADAMS 

BARBARA AUSTIN 
I. H. BAITY 
BARBARA BAYNES 

MARIANNE BINKLEY 
WILLIAM BOLIN 




IRENE BOVENDER 
PEGGY BOWLES 
CHARLES BOYD 
WILMA BRENDLE 
JOAN BROOKS 

PATTY BROOKS 



MILDRED BROWN 
TOMMY BROWN 
JUANITA BRUCE 
STEVE BRUNT 

BARBARA BURTON 
RUTH BURTON 



GENE BUTNER 

ALLEN CALLOWAY 

ARLINE CARDWELL 
BETTY CARPENTER 
ELLEN CARPER 
EMILY CARTER 



BILLY CARTNER 

J. C. CHATMAN 

DONALD CLARK 
TOMMY CLODFELTER 
LUCY COGGINS 
ANN COOK 



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Gray 



- JUNIORS - 



1950 



PEGGY COOK 

JOAN CORNATZER 
DOROTHY COX 
JACKIE CRAVEN 
EDIE CRINER 
PAUL CUDE 



JACiv DAVIS 
SAM DEASE 

MARY ALICE DECKER 
DOROTHY DEMPSEY 
JO ANN DOOLEY 

BOBBIE EAGLESON 



SARAH FARGLE 
BJU, EASTER 
ANN FOY 
CHARDIi; GORDON 
KENNETH GRIGG 
KENNETH HALL 



EDITH HARRIS 
JACK HARRIS 

GLORIA HARTLE 
CALVIN HARTMAN 
FRANCES HAYES 
LINDSAY HAYES 



ALBERT HEGE 

EWELL HINSDALE 
JOYCE HODGE 
JACK HOLT 

BOBBY HOOTS 
SUE HUNTER 



MARTHA HUTCHINSON 
BETTY LOU JONES 
JANET JONES 
RUSSELL JONES 
DORIS KETNER 

VOIGT KIMBALL 



BURTON LEAMON 

THERE3A LEMMONS 
SHIRLEY LOGAN 
MARIE LONG 

BETTY MARTIN 

NANCY McCLAIN 



BETSY McDANIEL 
SUE McDANIEL 
NANCY McGEE 
SANDRA MOSELEY 
NANCY MYERS 

BARBARA PAPPAS 



MILTON PAPPAS 

MARTHA PARDUE 

VERNEATH PENDERGRASS 
PAT PETREE 

FRED PETTYJOHN 

GLENN PETTYJOHN 




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Gray 



S 



1950 





lOAN PFAFF 

PATSY PFAFF 

WILLIE MAE POIND'EXTER 
CAROLYN POPE 

BETTY JO REEVES 
DONALD REID 



JACK RICKARD 

ELEANOR RIGHTS 
REBEKAH ROBERTSON 
JOAN ROBINSON 

BETTY LOU ROSE 
BARBARA RUFF 



JACK SALMONS 
PAT SEAWELL 
ED SHAMEL 

BILL SHOAF 

JOSEPHINE SINK 



NANCY SLATER 



BILL SMITH 

JENNY BOYD SNYDER 
RICHARD SNYDER 
JEAN SOUTHERLAND 
CARLEEN SPARKS 

PEGGY SPRINKLE 




JOHN STEWART 

MELVIN STEWART 
JAMES STORY 
ARCHIE STOUT 

BOBBY TAYLOR 
CLARK TAYLOR 




GRETA WILSON 

LAURA WOODARD 
JEAN YATES 



JUNIOR TEMPLE 

SHIRLEY TEMPLETON 

MARY LEE THORNTON 
HUGH TICKLE 

JIMMY TRANSOU 
BRUCE TUCKER 



ERNESTINE UTT 
O. H. WALKER 

RAMONA WALKER 
ALBERT WALSER 

JO ANN WATKINS 
JOHNNY WEAVER 



WALLACE WEISNER 
FRED WELBORN 
DORIS WILKINS 
MARY WILLARD 

ROGER WILLARD 

EMMA JEAN WILLIARD 



NOT PICTURED: 
TONY NORTON 
RICHARD BYRD 
TED GOFORTH 
WALLACE GRIFFIN 
HUGH BROWN 
ELTON WORRELL 



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Hands on Deck for 



ACTIVITIES 



STUDENT ORGANIZATION 





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J. V. PETTYJOHN 
President 



DICK SALE 
President 






ALBERT WALSER 
Vice-president 



WANDA BOWMAN 
Corresponding Secretary 



JACK HOLT 
Treasurer 





- '. 




J. T. MARSH 
Recording Secretary 



MISS KATHLEEN HALL 
Sponsor 



RAY WHITLEY 

Assistant Secretary 



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HOME ROOM BOARD MEMBERS 



E^MHHH^^^^Hi HHl BH 














First 



Speas„ Myers, Ketner, Ruff. Hutchins. Second row: Harrison, Sykcs, Wilmpth. Robinson, Jones. Third row: Sneed, Threatt, 
Austin, Pettyjohn, Lanier, Everhart. Fourth row: Holleman, Cash, Markland, Sealey, Fesperman, Johnson. 



SUPERINTENDENTS 




First row: Saige, Crockett, Harrison, Baucom, Sale, Jones. Secpnd row: 
Linyflle. Mills, Morgan, Willard, Peters, Grigg, Austin. Third row: 
Weir, Hauser, Parrish, Rose, Robertson, Carpenter, Hege, Hine. Fourth 



row: Petiree, Binkley, Hailey, Crofcts, Felker, Bruce, Loflin, Hartle. 
Gatewood. Fifth row: White, Oerter, Butner, Sale, Miss Kathleen Ha'll 
Pioindexter, Jones, Pettyjohn, Newsome. 



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The Journalists Are Makers of the Log* ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 




Seated: Janice Harrison, Betty Ann Hoover, Doris Hauser, Betty Car- 
penter. Standing: Sam Johnson, Frank White. Marianne Binkley. 
Irvin Grigg, Junior Temple. 




BILL EASTER 

Editor of 
Blue and Gold 




SARA WILLARD 
Editor of 
Gray Light 




Seated: Jo Ann Loflin, Flossie Krites, Juanita Bruce,, Martha Alspaugh, Pat Petree, Barbara Austin. 
Standing: Albert Walser, Emily Carter, Kenneth Grigg, Eleanor Rights. 



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l^lnHHHEHnHl^nn 



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Crest of the Waves* 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



[WV 




Pewilla Sale 
president 

Frank White 

vice-president 
Rosajane Parks 
secretary 

Mollie Baucom 

assistant secretary 
Anna Frances Morgan 
treasurer 



Joy Bassett 

Marianne Binkley 
Juanita Bruce 
Betty Carpenter 
BW1 Easter 

Carolyn Edwards 
Kenneth Grigg 



Jean Hanes 

Carol Hutching 
Sue McDaniel 
Emma Mills 
Pat Peteee 
Betty Reeves 
Eleanjor Rights 



Rebekah Robertson 
Betty Lou Rose 
Junior Temple 
Marian Vaden 
Albert Walser 
Sara Willlard 
Miss Daisy Lee Glasgow 
sponsor 



QUILL and SCROLL 



Martha Alspaugh 
Juanita Bruce 




Betty Carpenter 

Polly Cude 
Bill Easter 

Carolyn Edwards 
Jean Hanes 



Flossie Krites 
Jo Ann Loflin 

Albert Wa'lser 
Frank White 
Sara Willard 





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DEBATERS 




First row: Austin, Johnson, Pctree. Second row: Miss Brown Phillips, 
Grigg, Seawell, Mr. J. A. W,oodward. 



Rosajane Parks practices her speech while other members 
of the team listen in. 




MASQUE and GAVEL 




First iow: Miss Brown Phillips, Baynes, Co-jigins, Bodsforc!, 
aucom, Rights. Second row: Johnson, Seawell, Petree, K. Grigg, 
Williams, I. Grigg, Morgan, Marsh, Austin. 



Irvin Grigg, Anna Frances Morgan, Kenneth Grigg, and 
Rosajane Parks try out lor roles in a play. 



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Through the Portholes 




Sara Eargle checks out books for Bobby James and Pat Sewell. 




Rebekah Robertson, Miss Ruth Meinung, 
and Albert Walser in the chemistry lab. 



Mr. Gerald Walrrip shows Ted Gofortl 
and Bill Cartner how to use the table 



LIBRARY STAFF 




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J. V. Pettyjohn 

Rebekah Robertson 

Emma Mills 



Sara Willlard 



On, Ye Grayhounds 




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Charles Boyd 
Peggy McClain. 



Joan Robinson 
Anna Frances Morgan 






GIRLS' CHORUS 




^ 'm' V ^ OCt * n : S ° utherla nd, Pappas, Cox, LinvilJe. Lane Second 
row. Mrs. V.rg.ma Ha.rHs, Walker, Browning, Williams, HutXns, 



Barron. Third row; Hartley, Wilson, Threatt, Cash, Hemrick, S 
Frarr. 



ink. 



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GRAY GNOMES COUNCIL 

Coleman, Pierce, Reavis, Willard, Higgenbotham, Yontz, Clodfelter. P. McClain, C, B. McClain, Tuttle, Welch. Brown. Roya'll, Huff. 




Y-TEENS 

First row: Edwards, Beeson, Saige, Williard, Yates, Ri,ghts, Crockett, McCoin, Cox, Mock, Robinson, Eargle, Evariharfc. Fourth row: Sweet, 

Derijyberry, Myers. Pappas. Second row: Ring, Dletz, Coleman, Ruff, Hauser, Clodfelter, Higginbotham, Newspme, Hartle, Smith. Hanes, 

Southerland, Walker, Ti'llman, Pardue, Taylor. Wells, Pettyjohn. Eagleson. Cook, Myers. Fifth row: Smith, Weatherman, Binkley, Sealey, 

Third row: Harrison, Bobbitt. Stonestreet. Tuttle, McQuown, Sink, Willard. Calloway, Seawelll, Rose. Austin, Petree, Wooten, Martin. 



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GRAY TEEN COUNCIL 




^ 



Seated: Beck, Lofliir. Second 
row: Taylor, Newsome, Bruce; 
Hartman, Robertson, Harrison, 
Bradley, Miss Myrtle Timmons, 
Mills, Walser. Third row: 
Rierson, Markland. Heg-e, F. 
Pettyjohn, G. Pettyjohn. 



Gray Teens enjoy dancing in the gym. 



Miss Ruth Holton and Dewilla Sale 
look for a student's record in the file. 



OFFICE and NURSE'S ROOM PAGES 





wl/"^ POi ? d ^ ter \, MiS , S , R ^ Uth Ho,lton ' Sale ' Lemmons, Linville. 
Second row: Ladd, Newell, Coggins, Alspaugh, Krites, Woodard, 



Ro^Bo^man r ° W: B ° Wman ' ReeveS ' ^^ Threatt, Felker, Hege, 



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KEY CLUB 




First now: J. Si. Burns, J. Code, M. CroCts, B. Easter, B. Fesperrnan, 
J. Flowers, I. Grigg. Second row: J. Holt, B. Markland, J. T. 
Marsh, C. Newsome, F. PettyjcJin. G. Pettyjohn, J. V. Pettyjohn, 



Third row: E. Poindexter, B. Tucker, D. Salle, A. Walser, F. Wei- 
born, Sponsor Jack Fletcher. 



HI-Y 




First row: J. S. Burns, M. Crotts, B. Easter, J. Flowers, I. Grigg, 
K.Griigig, E. Hinsda'le, J. Holt, Second tow: ]. T. Marsh, C.'. Newsorme, 
N. Oerter, H. Parrish, F. Pettyjohn, D. Sale, B. Scott, J. Sexton. 



Third row: R. Snyder, J. Temple, 
horn, F. White. 



Tucker, A. Walser, F. Wel- 



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Buoyancy to the Trip Is Added by 

the SPORTS 



BASEBALL 










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Taylor IO ;ie rs r iS H 1 . W , FeS r ima% r' fT™*"' ^ ] °™' S ^' M ^^ d - W ^°- H-W Weisne, 

iaylor, Kierson, Holt. Second row: Coach Cash, Hege, Lemnnoms. 

SOFTBALL 




First irowj Shields, Sheetz, Hutchins, Tesh, Ring, Reyno'ids, Hoover, 
Hayes. Second tow: Manager Wilson, Cardwell„ Cayton, BoWles, 



Coach Timmons, Cooper, Hunter, Eontaine, Manager Martin. 



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FOOTBALL 



r<* 




Dick Sale carries the ball during afternoon scrimmage. 




• .:.<.: 



First row: Manager Reavis, A. Jones, Bullings,, Fesperman, Newsome. 
Griffin, Manager Rights. Second row. Manager Taylor, G. Pettyjohn, 
iierson. Cole, Hester, Bowman, F. Pettyjohn. Manager McDaniel. Third 
row: R. Jones, Holleman, Nigh, Hall, Holt, Transou, Walker, Hart- 



man. Fourth row: Coach Cash. Weisner, Cude, Walser, Tucker, Clark, 
Pioore, Coach Muelenaer. Fifth row: Sale, Welborn, Brumt, Hege, 
Craven, Willard, Poindexter, Shamel. 



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BASKETBALL 




First Row: Mgr. Loflin, Robertson, Shields. Hutchins. Carter, Mqr 
Vogler. Second row: Coach Timmons, McClain, Reynolds, Alley! 



Hayes, Hoover, Alexander, Jarvis, Fontaine, Mgr. Beck, 



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JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM 



First row: Managers Bolie, S. Beck. Second row: Sturdivant, Huff, 
Whitley, Teague, McNh'ght, Wooten, Foster, Willard. Third row: 
Coach Clark, Oldham, T. Beck, Jones, Wilson, Dooley, McClain, Cud'e, 



Harmon, Fesperman, Coach Ftetcher. Fourth row: Sharpe, 
Gibson, Jarrard, Ferris, Clark, Haley, Wolfe. 



Yontz. 



GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



First row: Hutchins, Ring, Poindexter. Miss Timinons, Pappas. Ruff- 
Second row: McClain, Carter, Woodard, Robertson, Teague, Gulledge, 
Beeson. Third row: Long, Bobbitt, Bledsoe, Jarvis, Slater, Dietz, 



Reynolds, Dyson. Fourth row: Brooks, Jarvis, Bowies, CardweJI, Hayes, 
Hoover, Hege, Fontaine, Manos, Fulp. 



SOCCER 



First eow: Manager Slater, Reynolds, Martin,, Hutchins, Poindexter, 
Coach Timmons, Edwards, Vogler, Ruff, Mtem'ageir Carter. Seqotid row: 



Hayes, Cardwefll, Robertson, Shields, Beeson, McClain, King, 
Bates, Bledsoe, Hemrick, Sheetz, Eargle, Hoover. 



Hunter, 



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Si i; sii iiSS ii <S . < :: V i SiS s SSi isi 




We, the Seniors, 

dedicate our 

section 



; Sis™ W f i < «:'!»:>:.>> sis is s i 

* , - • 







of this 

Purple and Gold 

to our friend, teacher, 

and adviser, Mrs. Alliene Burns* 









For guidance and knowledge on the sea of learning, 
We have our principal as captain and faculty as crew. 



MR. ROBERT S. HALTIWANGER 
Principal 









!H 







Mrs. Alliene O. Burns 

Mathematics 

Mr. John A. Frederick 

History 

Miss Martha Grey Mickey 

English and Journal i>sm 

Miss Bettie Sides 
English and Dramatics 



Miss Nettie B. ChappeH 

Eighth grade 
Mr. Roy C. Garrison 

Eighth grade 
Mrs. Beryl G. Moser 

Eighth grade 

Mrs. Clarence Tuttle 

Dietician 



Miss Carrie M. Dungan 

English 

Miss Anne Inman 

Mathematics 

Mr. John Rackley 

Eighth grade 

Mr. Ralph B. Walker 

Music 



Miss Dorothy M. Bennett 

Commercial 

Miss Ruth A. Ford 

Commercial 

Mrs. Loueasa J. Jordan 

Mathematics 

Miss Clarke Se'lf 

Office Secretary 

Mr. H. D. Whitehead 

Machine Shop 



Miss Helen E. Bickley 

Librarian 

Mrs. PauJkie S. Foster 

Eighth Grade 

Miss Eva B. Logan 

Languages 

Mrs. Lucretia E. Sheirmer 

Biology and Physical Ed. 

Mr. Ray E. Woods 

Mech. Drawing - Woodwork 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




HUGH HOLDER 
President 



JIM STEVENSON 
Vice-President 



PAT REECE 
Secretary 



CLASS DAY OFFICERS 




NANCY KIRBY 
Treasurer 




MARGARET HOLCOMB 
Historian 



PEGGY NEWELL 
Testator 



SUPERLATIVES 



JOHNNY ROLAND 
Prophet 




BEST ALL AROUND 
Jolleen Whitaker and Butch Williams 




BIGGEST FLIRTS 
Bobbie Chapman and Jim Stevenson 






MASCOTS 
Bonnie Lundsford and Harold Vick 





BEST LOOKING 
Pat Perkins and Homer Quate 





WITTIEST 
Peggy Newell and Dick Wright 




MOST INTELLECTUAL 
Margaret Holcomb and Herman Prestc 




MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Marlene Mullet and Tommy Styers 



MOST POPULAR 
Sue Hall and Jack Cooke 



MOST ATHLETIC 
Sue Hall and Hugh Holder 



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Hanes 



After traveling the last knot our SENIORS have reached their destinations. 



1949 










i 



Fred Adams 

Georgia makes me navigate 
Industrial Arts Course: "H" Club 4, 
5: Baseball 3. 4, 5; Football 3. 4, 5; 
Monogram Club 3; Basketball 4 5. 



Margy M. Ashe 

Brown eyes make me navigate 
Commercial Course: Soccer 1, 2; Soft- 
ball 1; D. E. Club 4; Girls' AtMetic 
Association 1. 



Kenneth A. Blakley 

A female makes me navigate 
Industrial Arts Course: Midget Football 
\, 2. 



Peggy Ann Blalock 

" Fatback" makes me navigate 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 
4: Office Page 3: Flag Bearer 1. 2, 3; 
Majorette 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Football Spon. 3; Soccer 1; Tennis 3, 
4; State Mus. Contest 1, 2; Hanes Janes 
2; Minstrel 1, 2, 3. 





Raymond Gene Boggs 



My favorite 
Industrial Arts Course 
get football 1. 



irl makes me navigate 
Hi-Y 4; Mid- 



Betty Sue Bowman 

King-siied Papa" makes me navigate 
Commercial Course: Sr. Council 1, 2, 
3. 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Sec. 3: Majorette 
3. 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 4; Exchange Edi- 
tor Hanes High Rada 3; Soccer 3, 4; 
2; Debating Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Chrous 1. 
Tennis 2, 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4: 
Winner Americanism Contest 3. 



Robert Brewer 



The "old took" 
Commercial Course: 
Florida 1. 2. 



makes me navigate 
Gesu High, Miami, 



Winfield Carroll 

Geometry makes me navigate 
Mathematics Course: Class Pres. 
D. E. Club 3. 




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Gwendolyn Chapman 

Toys, joys, and boys make rrte nnvigatb 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 
4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4: State Music 1. 4; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2. 3, 4; Soft- 
ball 2. 4; Football Spon. 3, 4; Lib. Page 
4; Basketball 2. 4; Superlative 4. 



Melvin Clarke 

" Woods" makes me navigate 
Industrial Arts Course: Outside Lunch 
2. 3, 4; Baseball Mgr. 1. 2; Monitor 
4. 



Vida Joan Combs 

Hamburgers make me navigate 
Commercial Course: Sr. Council 
Y-Teens I, 2, 4; Office Page 4. 



Jack Cooke 

Number 77 makes m'e navigate 
Industrial Arts Course: Hi-Y 3: "H'' 
Club 3. 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 
3, 4; Tennis I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 4; 
Sr. Council 2, 3; Monogram Club 1. 
2, 3; Superlative 4. 



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Hanes 



— Seniors — 



1949 






tMfMtf 




Bill Covington 

Lovieflg ladies make me navigate 
Commerical Course-. Oak Ridge, Tern- 



Betty Lou Crafford 

Internal [ire makes me navigate 



1; Ushers Club 2, 


3. 4; D. E. 


Club 3; 


Colllege Club 3; 


Alderman 1; 


Midget 


Football 1. 







Mathematics Course: Glee 
Mixed Chorus 1; Minstael 
Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 4. 



Glut* 1; 
1 ; Bible 



William B. Davis Jr. 

Dimples make me navigate 
Mathematics Course: Nat. Hon. 
3. 4; Treas. 4; Hi-Y 3. 4; Pres. 
Alderman 2, 3; Monitor 3; Usher 3, 
Debating Club 3; Stage Mgr. 3, 
Excelsior Club 4; Jr. Town Meeting 
4; Sr. Council 2; Caf. Helper 4. 



William }. Davis 

Competition make me navig\ate 

Mathematics Course.- Mineral Springs 

1; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4; Usher 3. 4; 

Chief 4; Monitor 3, Chief 4; Debating 



4; 


3, 4. Team 3; 


Excelsior Club 4; Stg. 


3, 


Mgr. 3. 4; Jr. 


Town Meeting 3, 4; 




College Club 3. 


4; Dramatics 3. 




Barbara Dull 

My future makes me navigate 
Language Course: Gray High 1, 2; 
Rada Staff 3, 4: Annual Staff 3, 4; 
Editor 4; Rep. S.I. P. A. 3; Quill and 
Scroll 3, 4; Latin Club 4; Spanish Club 
4; Sec. 4: Excelsior Club 4. 







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P. Arvin Dunnagan 

Mathematics makes nve navigate 
Mathematics Gourse: Debating Team 
3, 4; Vice Pres. 3: Hi-Y 4; Dramatics 
3, 4: Monitor 4: Jr. Town Meeting 3, 
4; Stage Mgr. 3, 4. 




Carl W. Freeman 

Bnown eyes make me navigate 
Industrial Arts Goiukse: Band I, 2, 
Glass Pires. 1, 2; Chorus 2, 3; Debating 
Club I, 2. 3. 4: Jr. Jive I, 2; Dramatics 
Club 3; Cheerleader I, 2, 3. 



Harold Gibson 

^omcn make me navigate 
Industrial Arts Course. Alderman 3; 
Basketball 3, 4. 5: Baseball 3. 4, 5; 
"H" Club 4, 5; Monogram Club 2. 3. 




Nancy Lee Goforth 

<4ny tiW of music makes me navigate 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4- 
Bible Club 3. 



Robert Lee Hale 

Nook'' makes me navigate 
Industrial Arts Course: Dramatics 1. 



Carolyn Sue Hall 

Blue eyes make me navigate 
Commercial Course: Alderman 2; Bas- 
ketball 1, 2, 3. 4: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Court Solicitor 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; 
Sr. Marshall 3; Monogram Club 2; 
Superlative 4; Soccer I, 2, 3, 4. 



Dolores A. Hartlage 

Green eyes make me navigate 

Commercial dourse: Mineral Springs 
High 1. 



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Hanes 



1949 



— Seniors 











*sp*> 



I 



J 



Ruth Luanne Hightshoe 

Food makes me navigate 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1; Office 
4: Sec. 4; Office Page 4: Clerk 5; 
Monitor 3, 4: Hanes Janes 3; Rada 
Staff 3. 



Carl Hinshaw 

Brown eyes make me navigate 
Industrial Arts Course. 



Margaret Holcomb 

"Stars" makes me navigate 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Al'derman 2; Excel. Club 2, 3, 4; Cho- 
rus 2, 3. 4; Bible Club 2, 3; Sec. Nat. 
Hon. 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Spanish 
Club 3, Pres. 3; Basketball 3; Softball 
3; Home-coming Spon. 4; Superlative 4. 



Hugh Holder 

"Bur" makes me navigate 
Industrial Arts Course: Band 1; Mono- 
gram Club 2; "H" Club 3, 4: Pres. 3. 
4; Football 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Mgr. I; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Class Pres. 
2, 4; Excelsior Club 3, 4;, Superlative 4. 







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Ramon Carroll Hoots 

Girls and loving makes me navigate 
Mathematics Course: Alderman 4; Hi-Y 
4; Latin Club 3; College Club 3; Sr. 

Council 1; Reserve Baseball 3; Stg. 

Mgr. 3; Monitor 4. 



Bobbie J. Irvin 

Skating makes me navigate 
Commercial Course: Woodward High 
School, Toledo, Ohio 1. 



Clyde Kermit Issacs 

A certain girl makes me navigate 
Mathematics Course: Midget Football 1: 
Spanish Club 2, 3; Monitor 2; Hanes Hi 
Rada Staff 4. 



Imogene Johnson 

Last summer makes me navigate 
Commercial Course. Y-Teens 1; Office 
Page 4. 




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Nickolas John Kandara 

Lips of cherry wine make me navigate 
Industrial Arts Course: Football 1, 2, 3, 
4: Latin Glub 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1. 2, 
3. 4; Boy's Chorus 2, 3. 4; State Music 
Contest 1. 2; Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Sallie Kates 

Dimples make me navigate 
Home Economics Course: Bible Club 
3; Monitor 1, 2; D. E. Club 4. 



Nan Alice Kirby 

Old Town makes me navigate 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 2, 3; Cho- 
rus 2; Latin Club 3; Debating Club 2, 3; 
Bible Club 2, 3; Hanes Janes 2. 



Nancy Rebecca Kirby 

Sports make me navigate 
Commercial Course: Var. Basketball 3; 
Class Treas. 4; Hanes Janes 2. 



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1949 






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William E. Lawrence 

Music makes mc navtgaxc 
Industrial Arts Course: Red Pen. Sur. 
Midget Football 1. 2: Hi-Y 4. 



Betty Jean Lewis 

Siveet memories make me navigate 
Mathematics Course: Y-Teens 1, 2; Dra- 
matics Club 3, 4; Basketball Mgr. 3; Bib- 
le Club 2, 3; Vice Pres. 3: Monitor 4, 
Lib. Page 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4: Span. Club 
2. 3, 4; Minstrel 1, 2: College Club 3: 
Rada Staff 4. 



Nancy Lee McAbee 

My "Real-Gone Guy" makes me navigate 
Language Course: Latin Club 4; Y-Teens 
2. 4: Chorus 4: Minstrel 1: Rada staff 4; 
Lib. Page 2, 4; Hanes Janes 2. 



John R. McBride 

Good eatin makes Trie navigate 
Industrial Arts Course: Alderman 3. 4; 
Class Pres. 1. 3; Boys' Chorus 2; Foot- 
ball 3, 4; Baseball Mgr. 2. 







James L. Mecum 

Nothing makes me navigate 

Mathematics Course: Alderman 3: Red 
Pen. Sur. 2. 



Donald Michael 

Geometry makes me navigate 
Commercial Course: Mineral Springs I. 



Gloria Elizabeth Miller 

Who can it be that makes me navigate? 
Mathematics Course: Monitor 3. 4; 
Sec. 4; Office Page 4: Rada Staff 3. 4: 
Managing Editor 4: Ouill and Scroll 
3, 4; Annua'l Staff 3, Y-Teens 3. 4; 
Excelsior Club 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. 



Don Mitchell 

Nemow*' makes me navigate 
Science Course: Massanutten Military 
Academy I, 2; Bryant High School 3; 
Dramatics Club 4. 






Barbara Morgan 

"Goonhead' f makes me navigte 
Commer'.cal Course: Court Stenograph- 
er 4; Y-Teens 1. 2. 3. 4; Monitor 1: 
Football Spon. 1; Soccer 2, 3, 4: 
Basketball 2,4; Softball 1, 3. 4; Ald- 
erman 3; Office Page 3; Dramatics Club 
4; Rada Staff 3. 4; Exc. Ed. 4. 



Gene Moser 

Music makes me navigate 
Science Course: Band 1, 2. 3. 4; Mus- 
ic Festival 1, 2, 3. 4; Rada Staff 4. 



Marlene Louise Muller 

Great! expectations make me navigate 
Mathematics Course: Debating Club 3; 
Dramatics Club 3; College Club 3; 
S. I. P. A. 3; Democracy Contest 3; 
Latin Club 3, 4; Pres. 3: Excelsiop 
Club 3, 4: Rada Staff 3, 4; Ed. 4; 
Qui'll and Scroll 3, 4; Nat. Hon. Soc, 



Peggy A. Newell 

The eight one makes me navigate 
Mathematics Course: Alderman 2; Mon- 
itor 1: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 4: I. C. C. 
Rep. 2; Superlative 4; Class Day Offi- 



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1949 




Juanita Parrish 

Day dreams make me navigate 
Commercial Course: Minstrel 1; Soft- 
ball 2. 3, 4; Rada Staff 4; D. E. Club 
3: Mixed Course 1. 2; Bible Club 3; 
Girls' Glee Club 1, 2. 



Barbara Peatross 

Saturday Hfrghts make me navigate 
Commercial Course: Catheu'dral Latin 
High, Raleigh, N. C. 1; Y-Teens 2, 
3. 4; Hi-Y Spon. 4: Span. Club 2; 
Dramatics 2, 3, 4; Treas. 4; Recitat- 
ion! Contest 3; Football Spon. 4; De- 
bating Club 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4. 





Pat Perkins 

Rainy nights make me navigate 
Science Couirse: Arcadia High School 
1; Hii-Y Spon. 2; Sr. Marshall 3; Bas- 
ketball 2, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Cheerleader 
3, 4: Homecoming Spon. 2, 3, 4; An- 
nual Staff 4; Sr. Ed. 4; Quill and 
Scroll 4j Superlative 4. 



Phyllis Jean Plemmons 

Cadillacs make me navigate 
Commercial Course: Flagbearer 3, 4: 
Y-Teens 1, 2; Soccer 1. 2; Hanes 
Janes 2; Tennils 1, 2; Minstrel 1; Cho- 
rus 2; Drama'tics 1; Sub. Flagbearer 2. 









William H. Poindexter 

Raindale 9400 makes me navigate 
Commercial Course: Mount Vernon 
High School 1; Reynolds High School 2. 



Herman F. Preston, Jr. 

"Hot Lips" makes me navigate 

Science Course. Reynolds 1; Judge 4 

Alderman 3; Hi-Y 4; Band 2, 3, 4 

Pres. 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Tieas. 3 

Mrnjstrel 2, 3, 4; All CJity Band 2 

Superlative 4; Debating Club 3, 4 

Excel. Club 4; Red Pen. Sur. 3. 



Charles H. Quate 

Her brown eyes make me navigate 
Industrial Arts Course: Reynolds High 
1, 2: Chorus 3. 4; Football 3, 4; Alder- 
man 3, 4; Homeroom Pres. 3, 4; Super- 
lative 4. 



Anne Ratterree 

Last minute decisions make me navigate 
Commercial Course: Nat. Hon. Stoc. 3, 
4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Rada Staff 3, 4; 
Mgr. Ed. Purple and Gold 4; Y-Tcens 
1, 3; Chorus Accomp. 1, 2, 3, 4; Office 
Page 4; State Music Contest 1, 2; 
Band 4, OuiJl and Scroll 4. 




Patricia Ellen Reece 

Day dreams make me navigate 
Commercial Course: Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 
4; Vice Pres. 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 4: 
Worship Chm. 3; Pres. 4: Office Page 
4* Class Sec. 3, 4; Red Pen. Sur. 1; 
Jr. Jive 2; Harmony Hangout 4; Bible 
Club 2, 3; Treas. 3; Football Spon. 4. 



Robert Rikard 

Sports make me navigate 
Industrial Arts Course: Football 
1; Mid. Football 1, 2, 3; Baseba 



Barbara Lee Rogers 

Passing fancies make me navigate 

Mgr. Commercial Course: Rada Staff 3, 4; 
2, 3. Girils' Sports Editor 4; QuCll and 

Scroll 3, 4; Bilble Club 2; Y-Teens 1. 

2, 4: Office Page 4: Monogram Club 2; 

Excelsior Club 4; Monitor I; Soccer 2; 



John G. Roland 

Li'l Lou-Lou makes me nav'vgate 
Commerc/a;l Course: Alderman) 2, 3f. 
Rada Staff 5; Hi-Y 4, 5; Excel. Club 
5; Dfam. Pres. 5; Cheerleader 4, 5; 
Debating Club 5; Treas. 5; Declamation 
Contest 3, 4; Democracy Contest 5; 



3, 4; Basketba-ll 2, 3. 4; Softball 2, 4. Glass Day Officer. 



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Frances G. Rucker 

My quarterback makes me navigate 
Home Economics Gourse: Y.Teens 2. 



Dona Jean Shaver 

Oniy one makes me navigate 
Commercial Course: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Sec. 3; Ti'eas. 4; Basketball 4; Girls' 
Glee Club 2. 3. 4; Mixed Chorus 1. 2, 
3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 4; Red Pen. Sur. 
2; Soccer I, 2, 3, 4; Football Spon. 3, 
4; Softball 1, 2, 4. 



Paul Simos 

/Yo£ roc/ racing" makes me navigate 
Commercial Course: Band 1; D. E. 
Club 3. 



Virginia Ruth Sprinkle 

Green eyes make me navigate 
Commercial Course: Reynolds High 1. 
2; Dramatics Club 3: Y-Teens 3, 4; 
FootbaJl Sponsor 4. 




Jimmy Stevenson 

Basketball makes me navigate 
Mathematics Course: "H" Club 3; 
Monogram Club 2; Spanish Club 
BasketbaU 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 
Superlative 4; Vice Pres. 4. 



Bob Stone 

Cotton wads make me navigate 
4; Industrial Arts Cour'se: Football 2, 

3: 4; Midget Football 1; Baseball 
4; "IT' Club 3. 4; Monogram Club 1, 





Thomas Eugene Styers 

A certain bell makes me navigate 
3; Industrial Arts Course: Vat. Baseball 

* 3 < 4 ;Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4; Mayor 4; 

2. Outside Lunch 1, 2, 3, 4; Bible Club 

3: Hi-Y 3. 4; Excel. Club 4; News- 
Paper Staff 4; Key Club 4; Service 
Monogram, Superlative 4; Debating 4. 



Virginia Faye Swain 

One love" make me navigate 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens I, 3; 
Dramatics 3; Class Basketball 1, 2; 
Mixed Chorus 2. 4; Girls' Chorus 2. 
3. 4: Moi, 3. 4: Treas. 4; Sr. Scouts 2. 




Frank Daniel Tatum 

looe and laughter make me navigate 
Sociology Course: Drum Major 4; Cho- 
rus 1, 2, 3, 4; Festival Soloist 2, 3,4; 
Dramatics 2, 3, 4 1 ,; BilMe 2, 3; State 
Music Contest 1, 2; Monitor I. 



Patricia Ann Tesh 

My birds make me navigate 
Science Coursel. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum 
Majorette 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Dramatics 3, 4; Red Pen, Sur. I; 
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Latin 
Club 3; College Club 3, 4; Sr. Marshall. 




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James Alton Tilley 

77z£ compass makes me navigate 
Industrial Arts Course: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 




Edith Azalee Tillotson 

Ambition makes m'e navigate 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 
4: I. C. C. Rep. 4; Sec. ,of City I. C. 
C. 4; Latin Club 3; Harmony Hangout 
Com. 3, 4; Best All-round Jr. Commerc- 
ial Stud. 3; Chor. 4; Naitj Hon. Soc. 4. 



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Seniors 




Norman Tillotson 

Brown eyes make me navigate 
Industrial Arts Course: Band 1. 2 



Betty Wagoner 

My Romeo makes me navigate 
Commeiroial Course- Y-Teeius 2, 3c 
Dramatics Club 3, 4; Tennis 1; Mins- 
trel 1, 2? Hanes Janes 2; Chorus 1. 



Gene Paul Walker 

Long skirts make me navigate 
industirilal Arts Course: Outside Lunch 
1. 2, 3; Baseball Mgu. 1; Alderman 2; 
Monitor 4. 5; HC-Y 4. 



Sidney Welch 

Baseball makes me navigate 
Industrial Arts Course: Midget Root- 
ball 1; Baseball Mgr. 1. 






Paul L. Werst 

Food makes me navigate 
Industrial Arts Course: Amelia 
School, Amelia, Va. 1, 2, 3. 



High 



Jolleen Gray Whitaker 

Chocolate pie makes mie navigate 
Commercial Course: Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 
4. Sec. 4; City Sec. 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 
3, 4; V-Pres. 4; Sr. Council 3, 4: Pres. 
4; Cheerleader 3, 4: D. A. R. Rep. 4: 
Debating Club 2, 3, 4; Sec. 3. 4: Sr. 
Chief Marshal 1 ! 3; Hi-Y Spon. 4. 





Dolores White 

Be~bops make me navigate 
Science Course: Cheerleader 2. 3, 4; 
Co-chief 3, 4; Sr. Council 2: Dramatics 
3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3; Minstrel 1, College 
Club 3: Chorus 1. 2; Tennis 3; Hanes 
James 2. 



Thurman Williams, Jr. 

/ wonder what makes me navigate 
Mathematics Course: Clerk of Court 4." 
Nat. Hon. Soc. 3. 4; Pres. 4; Class 
Pres. 1, 2: Monitor 2, 3: Chief 3; 
Football 3, 4: Debating Team 3. 4; 
Pres 3; Band 1, 2. 3. 4: Hi-Y 2. 3, 
4: Excel. Club 3, 4; Sr. Coun. 1 ri 2. 



CLASS MOTTO 

'The will to do; the soul to dare" 




CLASS FLOWERS 
Red Roses 

CLASS COLORS 
Red and White 



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Richard G. Wright 

Red tops make me navigate 

Industrial Arts Course). Football 2, 3, 

4; Class Vice Pres. 2; Jr. Council 2; 
Superlative 4. 



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- JUNIORS - 



1950 



PEGGY ADAMS 

JUNE ASHBURN 
SUE BARNES 
CHARLIE BEAN 
MELBA BECK 

MARY BELTON 



JOAN BENNETT 

MICKEY BISHOP 
BETTY BOND 
ALLAN BROWN 

MILDRED BROWN 

KENNETH BYERLY 



MARY ANN CAIN 
PATSY CARROLL 
PAT CARTER 
HAZEL CHAMBERS 
PATRICIA COLLIER 
JACK COLLINS 



EUGENE O. COLVERT 
MARVIN COONE JR. 
CAROLYN COTTEE 
NANCY DARNELL 
ARLIS DENNY 
J. C. DISHER 



JIMMY DUGGINS 

BETTY JANE ELLEDGE 
HELEN FANSLER 
JOAN FIELDS 

MARY ANN FLEENOR 
BETSY FLYNN 



WALTER HARDING 
DICK HART 

NANCY HAYMORE 
LOTTIE MOON HOLCOMB 
RICHARD HOOVER 
DOUGLAS HUNT 



JOHN H. ISIMINGER 
MILLIE E. JARVIS 
BOBBY JOHNSON 
MARTHA A. KENNEDY 
JOAN M. KNOTT 
SALLY LAKEY 



BOBBY V. LEE 

HARVEY LUNSFORD 

TOMMIE ELAINE MABE 
BOB MANUEL 

JIMMY MARION 

HASSELL MAYBERRY 



CRAWFORD MEEKS 

JOE EDWARD MORGAN 
AUTUMN MURPHY 
TOM NICHOLSON 
BETTY PORTER 

TOMMY PRESTON 




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1950 




COLLEEN QUATE 

MILDRED RAWL1NSON 
BILL REAVIS 
FRANK REID 

NORMA LEE RIDEOUT 

ROBERT A. ROBERTSON 



ED ROSS 

JACK SHAVER 

DORIS JUNE SMOOT 
NANCY KERR SYNDER 

EMMA JEAN SOUTHERN 
MARY ANN SPRINKLE 



JUDY TUCKER 

BUDDY TUTTLE 
MARK TUTTLE 

THOMAS WEATHERMAN 
JOE WIDD1FIELD 



JUNIORS NOT PICTURED 
Donald Newaome 
Barbara Willliams 



JUNIOR OFFICERS 

June Ashburn President 

Jim Duggins Vice President 

Millie Jarvis Secretary 

Mark Tutt'Ie Treasurer 




The joy of comparing class rings has 
become a junior tradition. 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Dugfli-ns. Ashburn, Tuttle, Jarvis 



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Our STUDENT GOVERNMENT officials keep us on our course. 





Tommy Styers 
Mayor 





Butch Williams 
Clerk 



Bobbie Morgan 
Stenographer 




Herman Preston 
Judge 




Bill Joe Davis 
Chief Monitor 



MONITORS and ALDERMEN 




First row: J. Ashburn J. Binkley, R. Burton, P. Carroll. Second 
row: M. Clark. B. Davis, J. Du^gins. A. Dunnagan, E. Freeman, 
B. Hale, L. Hightshoe. Third row: R. Hoots, R. Hoover, J. Lewis, 



N. Link, H. Mayberry, J. McBride, G. Miller. Fourth row: T. Nail 
B. Reavis, T. Rierson, P. Rideout, R. Sale, F. Swain. G. Walker. 



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Some sail on to smoother seas and glide on to honored goals in ♦ , . ♦ . 



our NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 






B. Williams P. Reece 

President V. President 

J. Ashbum R. Burton 

G. Miller M. Mui'ler A. Ratterree 



J. Whitaker B. Davis 

Secretary Treasurer 

B. J. Davis 
B. Reavis 



M. Holcomb 
E. Til'lotson 



and our QUILL and SCROLL 



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Bobbie Morgan 



Betty Bowman 
Marflene Muller 



Barbara Dull 
Pat Petrkins 



Gloria Miller 
Ann Ratterree 



Barbara Rogers 



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Entertainment and gayer hours are added by* ♦ ♦ . ♦ 



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The climax of the Christmas play, "Why the Chimes Rang." 



our DRAMATICS CLUB 

First row: C. West, Miss Sides, B. Peatross, P. Perkins. M. Doub, A. Cheek. 
W. Craven, B. Ratledge. J. Roland. Second row: F. Roberson, P. Martin, M. 
Johnson, K. Hankin, H. Fansler, I. Aaron, M. A. Buchannan, E. Appie, S. 
Cope, N. Wooten. H. Messick. Third row: D. Haselett, S. Holton,, C. Edwards, 
P. Tesh, T. Welch, J. Lewis, M. Holcombl, M. Beck, S. Masten, P. Tysinger, 
B. Sneed, M, Lar.gen. Fourth r,ow: D. Hart, D. White, D. Mitchell., C. Free- 
man, P. Cdllier, D. Tatitml, A. Dunnagan, E. Frye,, B. Morgan, L. Calder. 




and CHORUS 



First row: D. Tatum, Mrs. Harris, A. RatteHree, F. Swain. L. Shouse, 
F. Robarson, I. Hester, J. Harvey, J. Quate, C. Edwards, B. Bowman, 
S. Holton. H. Preston. Second now: J. Reavis, M. Johnson. F. Tuttle 
P. Tysinger, P. Tesh, S. Masten, M. A. Jpnes, N. Snyder, J. Shaver, 
M. Langen, B. Peatross, B. Chapman, M. Kennedy. Third row: T. 



Phillips, G. Miller, C. Cottee. B. Rogers, H. Fansler, P. Rideout, 
J. Whitaker, P. Collier, P. Carrol'l, E. Tillotson P. Queen. J. Ben- 
nett. Fourth row: A. Douglas, B. Scott, N. Duncan, K. Byerly, P. Bla- 
lock, M. Holcomb, J. Morgan!, H. Quate, C. West, N. John, L. J. 
Calder, B. Morgan, D. Hart, B. Williams. 




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LL DAVIS 


CONRAD WEST 


Bill J. Davis 


RONNIE BURTON 


TOMMY STYERS 


THURMAN 


WILLIAMS 


President 


Vice-president 


Secretary 


Treasurer 


Sgt.-at-Arms 


Corres. 


Secretary 



SPONSORS 




MARGARET HOLCOMB BARBARA PEATROSS JOLLEEN WHITAKER 



OTHER MEMBERS 




First now: R. Boggs. J. C. Disher. A. Dunnagan. Second orowi: R: Hoots, 
J. Isimimger, H. Mayber-ry, J. McBride, C. Meeks. T. Nail. Third row: 



H. Preston. T. Preston. B. Reavis, J. Ro'land, D. Tatum, J. Widdilfield. 



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KEY CLUB 



■~W»' -!»,, 






RONNIE BURTON 
President 




'BUTCH" WILLIAMS 
Vice President 



HERMAN PRESTON 
Secretary 




Wk 



JOE WIDDIFIELD 
Treasurer 







i 



Bill Covi'ngt/>n 
Ramon Hoots 
Joe Morgan 
Jack Shaver 




Bill Davis 
John Isiminger 
Thurman Nai'l 
Tommy Styers 




Bill Joe Davis 
Hassell Maybeiry 

Tommy Phillips 
Kenneth Venable 




J. C. Disher 

Crawford Meeks 

Bill Reavis 

Conrad West 



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In foreign lands our mediators— LANGUAGE CLUBS— 




Hassel Mayberry 

president 

Patsy Carroll 

Herman Preston 



LATIN CLUB 



Norris Link 

vice-president 

Nickolas John Kandara 

Norma Lee Rideout 



Pat Perkins 
secretary- 
Nancy McAbee 
Ernestine Shore 



Betty Bond 

treasurer 

Marlene Mullcr 

Tish Welch 




SPANISH CLUB 



First tow: M. A. Fleenor. Pres.; B. Robertson, vice-pres.; B. Dull, sec; 
J. Morgan, treas.; M. Beck. Second row: C. Cbttee. B. L. CrafTord, 



C. Edwards, H. Fansler, D. Hart. S. Holton,, M. Kennedy. Third row: 
J. Lewis, A. Murphy, T. Nail, F. Roberson, N. Snyder. G. Talbert, 
K. Venable. 



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To keep our log we have our PUBLICATION STAFF* 







HANES HI RADA 
Marlene Muller Gloria Miller 

Editor Managing Editor 

"" •'- - - - -,„.— — ! ^™, ra ^___ TO , 






PURPLE and GOLD 
Barbara Dull Anne Ratterree 

Editor 



Managing Editor 




A. Ratterree, M. Muller, and J. Roland 



are working Dn the paper. B. Dull and J. Ashburn cut and paste pi 



paste pictures for the annual. 



STAFF 




SaHv LX J T AS i ,bUm ' ?? tSy CarroW ' HeI ™ Fan ^«. Jean Lewi, 
Sally Lakey. Second row: Hassell Mayberry. Nancy McAbee, Bobbl 



Morgan. Gene Moser. Juanita Parrish. Third row: Pat Perkins. Bob 
Robertson. Barbara Rogers. Johnny Roland, Tommy Styers 



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As another lift along the way, our Y-TEENS add happy, helpful hours. 






Pat Reece 
President 



Edith Ti'Ilotson 
I. C. C. Rep. 



Betty Scott 
President 



Senior Club 



Junior 



Joann Quate 
I. C. C. Rep. 
Club 




SENIOR CLUB 



First row: B. Bond, B. Chapman, S. Masten, P. Reece, L. Cailder, 

B. Bowman, J. Whitaker, L. Hightshoe, M. Pleenor, S. Holton, 
Mrs. Jordan. Second row: N. McAbee, N. Goforth, A. Miller, 

C. Quate, P. Rideou.t, C. Edwards, M. Kennedy. Third row: P. 



Carter, P. Tesh, P. Blalock, E. Tillotson. V. Sprinkle. T. Welch, 

M. Beck, M. Aldriidge, D. Shaver. FcKurth row: E. Shore P. Lawson. 

J. Tucker, P. Caraoili, P. Colllier, A. Muirphy, C. Cottee, S. Barnes, 
B. Flynn. 




First row: Miss Bennett, T. Gant, P. Shields, J. Austin, G). Heck, 
F Freeman, A. Cheek, W. Craver, L. Shouse, J. Wommack, N. Mor- 
rison, P. Martin. F. Roberson. Second row: B. Pritcharld, N. Turtle, 
P Reavis, M. Johnson, J. Harvey, P. Marsh, M. Messiick, J. Alspaugh, 
B' Sprinkle, M. Doub. B. Ledwell, P. Carter. Third row: N. 



JUNIOR CLUB 



Tatersa'M, M. Fulp, M. Muller. S. Reavis, J. Quate>. B. Scott, D. 

Weaver, I. Jackson, A. Carpenter, S. Conrad,, M. Tuttle, L. Rawl- 

inson. Fourth row: D. Ri/daout, J. Wilson, C. Philips, J. Tutterow. 

E. Fagg, P. Tystager, N. Duncan, E. Apple, S. Cape,, J. Byt'd, P. 
Martin, A. Talbot. 



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Our SENIOR COUNCIL plans our dances, and ♦ ♦ > 




Jolleen Whitaker 
President 



Tommy Rierson Lucy Jane Calder 

Vice President Secretary 



Charles Hine 
Treasurer 



Betty Bowman 
Publicity 




First row: S. Chunn, B. Bond, P. Csfrter, B. Bennett, J. Whitaker. C, Edwards, C, Hine. Third Xiow: T. Nail, R. Sale, R. Burton-, 

Second row: G. Burton, L. Caldeir, B. Bowman, B. Flynn, S. Barnes, J. Widdifield, A. Denny, T. Haymore. T. Rierson. 

♦ . ♦ our EXCELSIOR CLUB serves as a cog for all clubs. 




First row: M. Fleenoi P. Reece. M. Kennedy, H. Preston. Siecond row: B. Covington, R. Burtpn T. Styers, 

row. B. Dull. B. Rogers. G. Miller. M. Beek, B. Scott. Third row: H. Mayberry. 

I, Whitaker, B, J, Davis, T Williams, R, Sale, M, Muller, Fourth 



Davis, H. Holder, 



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Debating club 




First row: H. Preston. President; J. WhStaker, Secretary; J. Roland, 
Treasurer. Second row: M. Beck, B. Bowman, D. Burcham,, B. Davis, 
B. J. Davis, A. Dunnagan. Third row: E. Frye, B. Hale, F. Hargrove, 



D. Hart, N. Haymore, G. Miller. Fourth row: D. Mitchell B. Peat- 
ross, F. Rioberson, T. Styers, P. Tesh. B. Williams. 



USHERS' CLUB 







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First row: Bill Joe Davis. Chief Usher; Bill Covington, Bill Davis, 
John Isiminger, Joe Morgan, Thurman Nail. Second row: Tom Nichol- 



son, Tommy Phillips, Bill Reavis, Jack Shaver, Kenneth Venable. 
Joe Widdifleld. 



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As stewards of our books and records, we have our Library and Office Pages 




First row: A. Ratteraee. B. Rogers, B. Chapman, L. Hightshpe, B. 
Bond, P. Carter, I. Johnson, S. Chuntn. Second row: M. Kenndy, 
M. Fleenor, H. Chambers, P. Perkins G. Midler, N. McAbee. 



J. Combs, C. Phillips. Third row: D.Burcham, G. Hasting, M. Bel ton. 
L.Calder. R. Hoots, A. Murphy. S. Barnes B. Flynn. Miss Self. 
N. L. Rideout. 



MACHINE SHOP 




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First row: B. Ivester, W. Harding, B. Manuel, A. Brown, R. Maxwell. 
R. Edsel. P. Worst B. Archer, H. Lunsford, J. Giber*. L. Hoffman. 
Second row: J. Cooke, K. Brown, L. Hudspeth, H. Wagoner, B. Kiser 



A. Douglas. J. Messick. C. Southern, D. Clark, R. Boggs, J. Collins. 
Mr. Whitehead, advisor. 



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Along our merry way ATHLETICS keep us strong and provide wholesome recreational hours. 




FOOTBALL LOG 

H V 

Hanes vs. Reynolds 7 25 

Hanes vs. Asheboro 6 

Hanes vs. Hamlet 

Hanes vs. Mineral Springs 13 

Hanes vs. Gray 12 

Hanes vs. Reidsville 21 7 

Hanes vs. Boone 24 6 

Hanes vs. Kannapolis 13 

Hanes vs. Leaksville 18 

Hanes vs. Mount Airy 20 

Piedmont Bowl Game 

Hanes vs. Harding 20 7 



Hanes stops Harding in the Piedmont Bowl game. 




OUR FOOTBALL SQUAD 



First row: F. Reid, D Wright, N. John, J. Dugg.ins, D. Caudl'e, B. 
Williams, R. Burton. Second row: W. "Vootcn, Mgr., T. Hayinere, 
R. Hoover, J. Cooke, F. Adams, T. Weatherman, B. Youmg, A Cox, 



Mgr. Third row: H. Mayberry, R. Stone, W. Harding, H. Holder, A. 
Denny, B. Tuttle. Fourth row: M. Coone, J. C. Disher, J. WMdifield, 
B. Adams, J McBriide, H. Quate. 



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To keep our spirits high and boost us in our play, we 

depend upon our CHEERLEADERS. 




Left to light: Pat Perk 



ins, Sue Ha'll. Dolores White, Pat Collier, Jolleen Whitaker. 



The "H" Club proudly wears the insignia of our ship. 



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Ronnie Burton 
Vice-president 
Tom Haymore 

Buddy Tuttle 






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Don Caudle 

Hugh Holder 

President 
Joe Widdifield 



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Jack Cooke 
Homer Quate 
Butch Wiflliams 



Arlis Denny 

Secretary and Treasurer 

Jim Stevenson 

Dick Wright 



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BOYS' and GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAMS 




First row: R. Burton, F. Adams, J. Whisenant, D. Caudle. B. Ivestier. H. Luns- 
ford, A. Denny. Second row: Mr. Rackley, coach, H. Holder, H. Gibson, J. 
Stevenson, T. Preston, C. West, M. Gepnge. 




Left to right: S. Sawyer, S. Hajl, N. Clinard, L. Calder, J. West. P. 
Lawson., B. Morgan, B. Rogers, A. Miller. 



BASEBALL and SOFTBALL TEAMS 




First row: H Hicks, H. Holder. A. Denny, J. Stevenson. B. Stone 

J. Morgan, J- Stone. H. Gibson, B. Rikard, J. Tatnm C Hauser 

N e aT d c I0 nak Mr R Y TOds ' r^ : T - c St r rs ' B " Y °^- M - Bishop! 3 ?: 

coach ' Adams ' L - 'vester, Mr. Garris 



B. Stone steals home during an afterlnoon practic 




First row: G. Clodfelter., M. Hokomb, N. Kirby, S. Hall, T. Davis, 
B. Sneed, N. Snyder. E. Shore, C. Rogers,, F. Cox. Seqond row: J. 
West, B. Holland, S. Ghunn, B. Morgan, P. Lawson, A. Miller, J. 
Parrlsh, M. Aldridge. G. Heck, N. Adams, F. Culler, Third row: 
P. Carroll, I., Aaron, K. Weaver, I. Cline, L. CaLder. B. Chapman. 
J. Shaver, C. Stutts, B. Michael. 



P. Lawson hits a batl into center field for a two base hit. 



SOCCER TEAM 




First row: A. Ratterree, P. Perkins. D. Shaver, B. Bowman, B. 
Chapman. N. Snyder. Second row. Mi's. Foster, I. Aar:m, P. Marsh. 
S. Sawyer, S. Cope, B. Bennett, B. Rogers, S. Hayrraore. Third row: 



C. Phillips, mgr.: S. Hall. B. Morgan, C. Cottee, J. West, C. 
Rogers. N. Rideotft. 




just a moment of soccer scrimmage and a swing of a tennis racket - 



OUR COACHES 





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Mr. Frederick 



Mrs. Foster 



Mr. Garrison 



Mr. Rackley 



Mrs. Shermer 




Mr. Woods 



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The good ship 



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To the First Mate of our band' 



Mr* Robert A. Mayer 




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For his unselfish service to the school 

As head of the Music Department, 

For his friendliness to students 

And loyalty to Reynolds, 

We, the members of the 

Graduating Class of '49, 

Proudly dedicate our Black and Gold. 




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Cap'n Claude 




C. R. Joyncr 
Principal 

Sarah Anderson- Eighth Grade 
Sarah Austin- Mathematics 

Walker Barnette- Social Science 
4 . Tom Beach- Eighth Grade 



Elizabeth Brookes- Journalism 

Annie G. Caldwell, Librlarian 
Mataline Collette- Science 
Mary Coxe- Commercial 



Mrs. Axdena Craver- Home Economics 
L- W. Crowell- Mathematics 

Mrs. Katherine Detmold- Music 

Anna Lula Dobston- Commercial 



Lucille Edwards- English 

Mrs. Annie Preston Fearrington- Language 
Margaret Ferguson- Science 

Mrs. Aylece Fletcher- Dietitian 



Mrs. Evelyn Garrison- English 
Caroline Gray- Science 
'' Louise- Highsmith- Music 

Mary Huggins- Commercial 



The HELMSMEN 









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Millard Jackson- Industrial Arts 

Dorothy Jones- Physical Education *-" 
Elizabeth Kapp- English 
Emma Kapp- English 






John Kirk- Social Science 






Grade l 






Rebecca Lee- Eighth 

Ann Lom,g- Eighth Grade 
Faye Marti 



Language 










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Mary Martin- English 



Robert Mayer- Music 

Margaret McDermott- Language 
Gladys Moore- Social! Scienc 



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Kenneth Peters- Mathematics 
Leonard Philo- Science 

Mary Snipes Pearce- Eighth Grade 
Marjorie Reavis- Library 



Sarah Olive Smith- Mathematics 
Hazel Stephenson- English 

Marjorie Stephenson- English 

Hatcher Story- Social Science 

John Tandy- Physical^ Education 

Eacley Tilisy- Mathematics 

Dale Vau,ghn- Pri£Un» 

Hazel Watt?- Eighth Grade - ; 



Janie Weaver- Social Science 

Pauline Whitley- Eighth Grade 
Donnye Worley- Eighth Grade 
Dottie Hendrix- Office 



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On the TOP MAST 





MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Bill Trotman and Tommye Ring 




BEST ALL AROUND 
Bobby Henning and Jean Ann Livengood 





BEST LOOKING 
John Motsinger and Malry Louise Wilson 




MASCOT 




Virginia Simpson 

sister of 
Bill Simpson. '49 




MOST POPULAR 
Sid Whiteheart and Rose Ellen Bowen 





WITTIEST 

Lawrence Roberts and Virginia White 



MOST INTELLECTUAL 
Ed Goodman and Ann Darlington 




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BIGGEST FLIRT 
John Wood and Peggyan Alderman 




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MOST ATHLETIC 
Sid Whiteheait and Sue Henderson 



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Hoisting the sails for their day 



CLASS DAY OFFICERS 






BUI Trotman, Testator; Ham Horton and Mimi Lynch, Historians; Bobby Daye and Jimmy Daye, Prophets. 







SID WHITEHEART 
president 




SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



Sidney Clay Whiteheart 

An " Autd Acquaintance" net forgotten 
Scientific Course: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 
Sh'riine Bowl 5; Monogram 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 
V.Pres. 3; HI-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Pres. 1 
Baseball 1, 2, 3; House Rep. 2; Class 
Pres. 2, 3, 5; Counci'l Rep. 3.; Boys' 
State 3; Student Coun. 4, Pres. 4; Key 
Club 4, 5, Pres. 4. 



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ED GOODMAN 
vice-president 




HAM HORTON 
secretary 



Ed Goodman 

Good better, best man 
Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Mo- 
nogram 3, 4; Var. Football 3, 4; Nat'l 
Hon. Soc. 3,4; Key Club 3,4; Class 
V.-Pres. 4; Student Council V.-Pres. 4. 

Hamilton C. Horton Jr. 

Sweet meat 
Language Course: Orch. 1; Lib: Staff 1, 
2,1 Mid 3 et Football 1,2; Tennis 1,2; 
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Dram. 2, 3; S. S. C. 
4; "B" Band 2,3,4;/ B.oy's Glee Club 
2. 3, 4; Glass Sec. 4; College 4. 

Charles M. Davis Jr. 

Bachjetor boy, the best of the bunch 
Scientific Course: Scrub Football; 1 
Scrub Basketball 1. 2, 3; Var. Football 
2- 3. 4, 5; Var. Basketball 4, 5; Avia- 
tion 2; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, 5; Track 4; Sen. 
Class Treas. 5; S. S. C. 5; Monogram 5. 




CHARLES DAVIS 
treasurer 



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SENIORS 





William R. Acker 

Quite, shy, but the best 
Language Course: Bloomfield, N. 
French 3, 4; Bay's College 4. 



J. 1: 



John Quincy Adams 11 

Next president 
Math. Course: Lib. Staff 1; Tennis 1, 2; 
Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 
2, 3, 4; Orch. 3; French 3; Debating 3. 
4; Dram. 2. 3, 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. 



Peggyan Alderman 

Our lirf/e nightingale 
Language Course: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Librarian 4: Dram. 1,2,3,4; Football 
Spwi. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Sr. 
Hi-Y Spon. 2; Sr. Marshall 3; Orch. 3, 
4; State Mus. Contest 1, 2, 3; College 
4; Resigi 4. 



Wendell P. Alfors 

Our own W. P. A. 
General Course: Amundsen High School. 
Chicago, 111. 1; Barrington H. S. , Barr- 
ington, 111. !;• Ventura Jr. College, Ven- 
tura, Calif. 3; Reynolds 4. 











Ruth Alspaugh 

The jitterbug 
Language Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 
1.2; Y-Teens 1,2; Sec. 2; Boosters 3; 
Sec. 3; CoWege 4; Resigi 4. 



Betty Reinhardt Andrews 

Our All- Anierican softbal 11 Contender 
Commercial Course: Soccer 1, 4; Thurs. 
Morn. Mus. 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Var. 2, 3, 4; Softball Var. 1 , 2, 3, 
4; G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Voice 2, 3. 



Charless Allen Avera 

Nature boy 
Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4: Foot- 
ball 2, 3. 4; Scrubs 2, 3? Var. 4; Thurs. 
Morn. Mus. 3; Basketball 3, 4; 



David Sandera Avera Jr. 

Vlery intellectual 
Scientific Course: Football, Scrubs lj 
Var. 2,3.4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Track 1^ 
2, 4; Golf 3; Monogram 4. 




Blake Deaver Avery 

Stvleet, soft music 
Scientific Course: Art 1, 2, 3; Aviat- 
ion 2; Baseball, Scrubs 2, 3; Thurs. 
Morn. Mus. 3, 4; Spanish 5. 



Jane Dean Bagnal 

"Bugs" 
Latin Course: Orch. 1, 2/ 3, 4; Y- 
Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, V-Pres. 2, 3; House 
of Rep. 2; Sr. Marshall 3; Football 
sponspr 3; G. A. A. 3, 4; Lib. Staff 
3, 4. Cheerleader 4; College 4; Student 
Council 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. 



Donald Bailey 

"West Salem's pride" 
Math. Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2, 3. 



Joe Bailey 

"Quiet" nice 
Scientific Course: House of Rep. 2. 



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David Wesley Bailey 

Horn blower 
Scientific Course: Band 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4; Instr. Mus. 1. 2, 
3 4, P,res. 3; AJI-City Band 2; All- 
City Orch. 2; Mixed Chorus 3. 4; Boys' 
Glee Club 3, 4; S. S. C. Co-,or. 4. 






John Duke. Baldridge Jr. 

Piano playing jokester 
Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Aviation 1, 2: Teen-Age Coun. 2; Foot- 
ball. Scrubs 2. Var. 3, 4; Thujrs. Morn. 
Mus. 3; Ushers 3, 4; S. S. C. 4. 



Billy E. Barnes 

Peck's a bad boy 
Industrial Arts Course: Photo 1: Foot- 
ball, Midgets 1. 2. Var. 4; Dramatics 
2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3. 4; House of Rep. 
3; French 3, 4, Sec. 4; Thu'r<s. Morn. 
Mus. 3, 4: Track 4; Band 4. 



Barbara Brice Benbow 

A honey of a honity-bhnd 
Modern Language Course: Spanish 1, 
2: Thutrs. Morn. Mus. 2; Boosters' 3; 
French 3, 4; College 4. 









Mary Gay Bloodworth 

Our littRe "Red" 
General Mathematics Course 1 . Aycock 
Jr. Hi,gh 1; Mrs. Rypins' Private School 
2: Boosters' 3; Y-Teens 3, 4; College 4} 
Resigi 4. 



Betty Lou Bodenhamer 

Love thai girt 
Commercial Course: Dramatics 1; Thurs;. 
Morn. Mus. 2,- Boosters' 3; Fut. Bus. 
Leaders 4, Sec. 4; Basketball 4. 



Tribly Ann Boerner 

Originality's own prodigy 
Language Course: Y-Teens 3; Boosters' 
3: Band 3; Var. Basketball 3, 4; Var. 
Softball 3, 4; G. A. A. 3, 4; Council 
4; Var. Soccer 4; House of Rep. 4; 
Debating Bus. Staff 4; College 4; 
Nat. Hon. Soc .4; Resigi, Sec. 4. 



Charles T. Bolick Jr. 

Lady-killer 
Scientific Course: Chapel Hill H. S. 
1; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2, 3; Boys Col- 
lege 4, Pres. 4. 





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Ann Bondurant 

"Bonnie" lass 
Latin Course: House pf Rep. 1; Soccer 
1. 2; Y-Teens 1. 2, 3. 4; Student Coun. 
teeas. 2, Sec. 3; Lib. Staff 3; Tennis 3, 4; 
Cheerleader 3, 4; Pres. Central District 
of N. C. Student Councils 4; D. A. R. 
Rep. 4; Na{„ Hon. Soc. 4, 



Brantley Booe 

Three cheers for "Boo" 
Scientific Course: Radio 1; Tennis 2, 3; 
Track 4. 



Samuel Lewis Booke Jr. 

A "Booke" to know 
Scientific Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1; 
Tennils 1; Golf 3, 4; Boys' College 4. 




Rose Ellen Bowen 

"Rosie, you are our posie." 
Language Course: Football Spon'. 2; Y- 
Teens 1, 2, 3. 4; Sec. 1; Inter-Club 
Coun. 3; Orch. 1. 2. 3, 4; Concert Mis- 
tress, All-State. All-Southern, Chief 
Sen. Marshall 3; Cheerleader 3 ,4; Red 
Cross Coun. 3, Sec. 3; College Club 4. 



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Robert Bradliey 
■■hh" 

Scientific Course: Football Midget 1; 
Scrubs 2.3 j House of Rep. 2; Variity 
Track 3. 4. 



David Lee Brewer 

He's tops 

General Course: Footba'll 1, 2, Var. 3. 

4, 5; Basketball 2, 3. 4, 5; Track 2, 3, 4, 

5; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, 5, Sec. 3 .V.Pres 4; 
Mono. 3, 4. 5, V.Pres. 5: House of Rep. 

4. 5, Speaker 5; Key Club 4, 5; Teen' 4, 
5. Pres. 5: Ushers 4. 5; Inter-Club Coun. 5. 



Tommy Bricker 

Nice to know 
Vocational Course. Gray H. S. 1, 
Printers' 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4. 




Jean Brimley 

Little girl with a tittle voice 
General Course: Paul Jr. H. S. 1; Re- 
ligious Drama 2; Y-Teens 2, 4, Sec. 2, 
Prog. Chm. 4; Cpllege 4; Haill Mon. 
4; Resegi, Sec. 4. 




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Barbara Alice Brown 

Big brown \eyes 
Language Courste: Thurs. Morn. M,us. 
1; Glee Club 1, 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 1. 
3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2. 3, 4; Instr. Music 
2; Band 2, 3; All City Orch. 2. 3; Boos- 
ters 3; Color Guard 4; College 4; Lib. 
Staff 4; Resegi 4. 



Mary Lou Brown 

SAe always says "Good Morning." 
Language Coursie: Thurs. Morn. Muis. 
1, 2; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Hall Mon. 2; 
Boosters' 3; College 4; Resegi 4. 



Ruth Brownlow 

Voice of the turtle dove 
Social Science Course: Tennis 1; De- 
bating 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3; Dramatics 2; Thuirs. Morn. 
Mus. 3; College 4; Home Coming Spon- 
sor 4; Resegi 4. 



Willfie Brownlow 

Key board 
Language Course: Dramatics 1; Tennis 
1; Jr. Jive 1, 2; Y-Teens 1, 2. 3. 4; 
Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2; Glee Olub 2, 3, 
4; Orch. 2. 3, 4; Boosters' 3; Sir. Mar- 
shall 3; Mixed Ononis 3. 4; College 4; 
Resegi 4. 








Minnie Lou Bryson 

Always good 
Commercial Course: C. 
1. 2; C. H. Basketball 
H. Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 
leader 4. 



H. Glee Club 


La-nguage 


1, 2, 3. 4; C. 


Morn. Mu 


C. H. Cheer- 


reporter 4; 




kebball 3,; 




College 4. 



Betty Bahnson Burgess 

7"o 'B' or not to ' B' with a ' B' left over 
Course: Ha'U Mon. I; Thurs. 
s. 1, 2; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Boosters' 3; Soccer 3; Bas- 
Pinc Whtspers Staff 3. 4; 



Nancy Lee Burgess 

Of the "House of Burgesses" 
Commercial Course: Hal'i Mon. 1; Thurs. 
Morn. Mus.. 1. 2; Religious Drama 3; 
Future Bus. Leaders 4. 



Betsy Bynum 

Itsy bitsy Betsy 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 

Treas. 2; Teen-Age Council 1, 2, 3, 

Soccer 1, 3; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2; 

A. A. 2, 3; Homecoming Spon. 2, 



Boosters' 3; 
French 3 ; 4; 



Hall Mon. 3, 4; Cdllege 
Clerk of Court 4; Resegi 



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Ray Calaway 

3 'rays for our musician 
Scientific Course: Instr. Mus. 2, 3; Band 
2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Drum Major 3, 
4; Boys' Glee Club 4; Mixed Chorus 
4; S. S. C. 4. 



Edwards Townes Carter 

Ready with a Smile 
Scientific Course: Aviation 1, 2: Thurs. 
Morn. Mus. 3. 



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Ralph H. Chambers Jr. 

A musician's delight 
Gen. Industrial Arts Course: Printing 
1, 2, 3; Thurs. Mom. Mus. 1. 2, 3. 



1 1 

Elinor Church 

Sweet as sugar 
Commercial Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 
1, 2, 4; Boosters' 3; Y-Teens 3, 4. 





Audra Jean Clinard 

Our red-headed lass- with a smi'/e for a// 
Language Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1: 
Y-Teens 1, 2. 3. 4. Vice-Pres. 4; Band 
1, 2. 3, 41 Dist. Mus. Contest 1. 2, 3, 
4; State Mus. Contest 1, 2, 4; Tennis 
2; Instr. Mus. 2, 3; Mus. Apprec. 3; 
College 4, Sec. 4; Resegi 4. 



Helen Barbara Cline 

Oh, so demurel 
Language Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 
1, 2) Y-Teens 1, 2. 3, 4; Boosters' 3; 
French 3, 4; College 4. 



Geraldine (Jerry) Cline 

Good things come in little packages 
Commercial Course: Home Ec. 1; Re- 
Oigious Drama 1, 3; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 
2. 4; Hall Mon. 1. 2, 4: Glee Club 4. 



Curtiss C. Coleman Jr. 

Can't help but love "Bucky" 
Scientific Course: Aviation 1; House of 
Rep. 1; Scrub EootbafI 1, 2; Band 2. 3; 
Orch. 2. 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3. 4; Boosters' 
3; Track 3, 4, Var. 4; Monogram 4; 
S. S. C. 4. 






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Thomas D. Coppedge Jr. 

Tall, dark, and handsome 
Latin Course: Instrumental Music 1. 2: 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orch. 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance 
Oroh. 2, 3. 4p All State Band 3; All 
State Orch. 3; Boosters' 3; Glee Club 3, 
4; Key Club 3. 4; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 
Olub i, 



Broughton Correll 

Nighthawk 

Scientiific Course: Readers Digest 1; 
Treas. 1; Scrub Football 1; Scrub Base- 
ball 1; Scrub Basketball 1, 2; Var. Foot- 
ball 2, 3, 4. 5; Boosters 2; Track 2; 
Var. Basketball 3; Golf 3, 4, 5; Mono- 
gram 3, 4, 5; Hi-Y 3. 4, 5; Ushera 4, 5. 



Sallye Beatrice Correll 

Sweet and giddy 
Language Course: Thurs. Morn. Music 
1; Y-Teens 1, 2; Spanish 2; Religious 
Drama 3: Hai]l Mon. 3. 4; French 3, 4: 
College 4. 



Lindsay Cox Jr. 

Slowly bu<t surely 
Scientific Course: Airplane 1; Scrub 
Baseball 1; Football, Scrub 1, Var. 2, 
3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2. 
3, 4; Readers Digest 2; V. Pres. 2; Red 
Cross Rep 3; Boosters 3; House of Rep. 
4; Monogram 4; Senior Bus. Rep. 4. 



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Dorris Elizabeth Cranflll 

Say that I'm a [riend of yours 
Commerical Course: Dramatics 1: Y- 
Teens 2; Vpice 2. 3; Relig. Drama 2, 
3; House of Rep. 3; Fut. Bus. Leaders 
of Amer. 4, V. Pres. 4; Sr. Bus. Rep. 4; 
Glee Club 4; Hon Soc. 4; Resegi 4. 



Charles Crater 

" Crate' r" fun 
Vocational Course: Printing 2, 3, 4, 5: 
Var. Baseball 2. 3. 4, 5; Var. Football 
5; Monogram 4, 5. 



pane Elizabeth Crews 

Always lends a helping hand 
Language Course: Relig. Drama 1; Y- 
Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Thurs. Morn. Music 
2; Boosters' 3; Frer-h 3, 4; College 4; 
Resigi 4. 



Joan Helen Crossley 

Best sport anywhere 
General Course: St. Genevieve's of the 
Pines, Ashevi'lle 1, 2; Booster's 3: Band 
3: Y-Teens 3. 4; Var. Basketball 3, 4; 
Var. Softball 3. 4; Var. Soccer 4; G. 
A. A. 4, Council 4: Softball Mgr. 4; 
College 4: Resegi 4. 



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Clara Lucille Crouse 

Little girl with the big violin 
Latin Course: Y-Teens 1, 2; Orchestra 
1. 2, 3, 4: Instr. Mus. 2, 3; All State 
Orch. 2, 3, 4; Softball 3; College 4. 




Sally Bet Cuninghara 

Girl who will stage a future 
Language Course: Tennis 1; Drama 1. 2. 
3, 4, Treas. 3, Sec. 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 
4; Basketball 2; Hal'l Mon. 2; Majorette 
2, 3, 4; Chief 4; Resegi 4. Best support- 
ing actress 3; Masque and Gave 1 ! 3, 4. 



John Earl Cunningham 

"De love" of his life is "De Hkrt" 
Scientific Course: Aviation, 1; Midget 
football 1; Miget basketball 1; Scrub 
football 2; Scrub basketball 2; Thurs. 
Morn. Mus. 2; Scrub baseball 2, 3: Var. 
Football 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4;' Monogram 4. 



Mary Eloise Cunningham 

"A real gone gal" 
Language Course: Spanish 1, V. Pres. 
1; Tennis 1; Y-Teens 1, 2; Thurs. Morn. 
Mus. 2; Booster's 3: French 3, 4; Col- 
lege 4. 




Edith Ann Darlington 

This "Darling" is a "Ton" of fun 
Latin Course: Office Page 1; Tennis 1, 
2; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1, 2; Soccer 1, 2, 
3: Y-Teens 1. 2, 3, 4. Pres. 3; G. A. 
A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Hall Mon. 2; Boosters' 3; 
Lib. Staff 3, 4. Pres. 4; Nat. Hon. 
Spc. 3, 4. Vice Pres. 4; College 4. 



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Betty Davis 

"Fun and fancy free" 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1. 2, 3, 
4: Fut. Bus. Leaders of Am. 4; Softball 
2. 3, 4} Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1, 2; Boost- 
ers 3. 




Martha Elizabeth Davis 

A pearl of success 
Home Economics Course: Thurs. Morn. 
Mus. 1. 2; C. H. Glee Club 2; C. H. 
Basketball 2, 3. 



Robert H. Davis 

Bestest one 
General Course: Phonography 1; Thurs. 
Morn. Mus. 2; House of Rep. 2; Boost- 
ers 3" Ushers 4. 



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James Daye 

He's a good Daye from morning 'til night 
Latin Couirse: Dram. 1, 2. 3, 4; Harmony 
Hangout 3. Treas. 3; Masque and Gavel 3. 
4: Nat. Hon. Soc. 3, 4. Pres. 4; Pine 
Wfepers 3. 4: Lib. Staff 3, 4; Boys' 
State 4; B/a c 4 and Go'rf 4, Asst. Ed. 4; 
Key Club 4; Qui'll and Scroll 4; Prophet 4. 



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Robert Daye 

There's gonna be a great Daye, mamana 
Latin Course: Dram. 1, 2, 3, 4; Har. 
Hangout 3; House of Rep. 3; Pine Whis- 
pers 3, 4; Lib. Staff 3, 4; Nat. Hon. 
Soc. 3, 4, Treas. 4; Masque and Gavel 
3, 4; Boys' State 4; B/ac/c and Gold 4. 
Key Club 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Prophet 4. 



Billy DeHart 

Good, better, best 
Scientific] Course: Aviation 1; Midget 
football 1; Scrub football 2; Hi-Y I, 2, 
3 4: Sec. 4; Harmony Hangout 3; Red 
Cross Rep. 3, 4; Track 3, 4; College 4: 




Martha DeHart 

She loves (cunning) Ham 
Language Course: Thurs. Morn. 
1. 2; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 4; Soccer 
Tennis 1, 3: Nurses Page 4: Bus. Staff 
4: Qol'lege 4; Football Sponsor 4; Resegi 4. 



Mus. 
1. 3; 




Thomas Marion Dixon Jr. 

A life 

Scientific Course: House of Rlep, 1; 
Football 1, 2; Instr. Mus. 1. 2, 3, V.- 
Pres. 2i Orch. 1. 2, 3; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3, 4; 
All City Band 2; AM City Orch. 2; 
Swing Band 3; State Band 3, 4. 



Jack T. Driver 

Driver, going my way\? 
Industrial Arts Course: Woodward High 
Toledo, Ohio 1; Macomber Vocational 
High, Toledo, Ohio 2; Industrial Arts 
3, 4. 



Joe Dudley 

He ain't no "Dad'' 
Scientific Course: Football 1; Golf I 
Photography 1; Tnurs. Morn. Mus. 2 
Var. Tennis 2, 3, 4: Bus. Staff 3, 4. 
Basketball 3, 4; Monogram 3, 4, Treas. 
4; S. S. C. 4. 



David Early 

" F rankle" 
Latin Course: Instr. Mus. 1 
1. 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3 ; 
Morn. Mus. 3, 4; French 3 
Hon. Soc. 3, 4: Sir. Bus. 
S. C. 4. 



2; Band 

4; Thurs. 

4: Nat'l 

Rep. 4;S. 





Nan Elizabeth) Eaton 

We live for "Eaton" 
Commierical Course: House of Rep. 1; 
Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1,2; Jr. Red Cross 
1, 2; State Mus. Contest 3; Boosters 
3; Girls' Glee Club 3. 4; Mus. Festival 
4; Mixed Chonus 4. 



William Bynum Elliott Jr. 

"Wild Bill" 
Scientific Course: Basketball Midget 1; 
Scrub Baseball 1; Aviation 1., Sec. 1; 
Red Cross Rep. 1, 2; Travel 2; Astron. 
3, V. Pres. 3; Boys' College 4. 



Jimmy Ferree 

Fervee "fer" all 
Scientific Course: Football, Midget 1, 
Scrub 2; Aviation 1; Golf 2, 3. 4; Mono- 
gram S. S. C. 4. 





E. Vernon Ferrell 

He's a real gone guy" 
General Course: Photo 1; House of Rep. 
1: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1,2; Football, 
Midget, 1,2; Jr. Var. 3; Glee Club 2; 
Boosters 3; Ushers 3; Red Cross Rep. 3; 
College 4, 



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Charles Eugene Fetter 

iBest all around 
Scientific Course: Riverside M. A. I, 
2: Football Scrub 3; Thurs. Mprn, Mus. 
3, 4. 



Phyllis Ann Flynt 

The gal with the perpetual smile 
Modern Language Course: Spanish 1; 
Y_Teens 1, 2; Thurs. Morn. Muis. 2; Jr. 
Red Cross Rep. 2; Softball 3: House of 
Rep. 3, 4; Basketballl 4; College 4. 



Opal Cleo Foltz 

Really swell 
Commercial Course: Music 1, 2; Home 
Ec. 2, 3; Re'lig. Drama 3; Fut. Bus. 
Leaders of America. 4. 



Charles Ray Foster Jr. 

As good as they come 
Scientific Course: College 4: V.-Pres. 4. 







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Annie Ruth Fry 

Fry is spry 
Language Course: Y-Teens 2; Religious 
Drama 2, 3; Resegi 4. 



Faye Fuller 



Latin 



Fay's Fuller fine stuff 
Coulrse: Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Dram. 1, 2; Y-Teens 2; Astronomy 3; 
Hall Mon. 3; G. A. A. 3, 4: French 3, 
4; Drama 2, 3; Resegi 4. 



Victor Bell Goldberg 

Good as gold 
Scientific Course: Hargrave M. A. 
Scrub Baseball 2. 3, 4; College 4. 



Betty Gough 



Su>eef and lovely 
General Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1, 
2; Boosters 3: College 4; Y-Teens 4. 






Mary Ann Guthrie 

' 'Goldilocks'' 
Language Course: Jr. Dramatic 1, Treas. 
1; Tennis 1,2; Y-Teens 1.2,3,4; Thurs. 
Morn. Mus. 2; Hall Mon. 2; Red Cross 
Rep. 2; Boosters 3; Cplor Guard 3; Col- 
lege 4; Majorette 4; Resegi 4. 



Garner Hailey 

Tons of fun 
General Course: Debating 1; House of 
Rep. 1, 2; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2; Teen- 
age Council 1,2; Red Cross Rep. 3; 
Dram. 3. 



Barbara Louise Hall 

'Wall's" on the ball 
Language Course: Basketball 1; Thurs. 
Mprn. Mus. 1; Y-Teens 1, 2; Dram. 
2; Bible 3] College 4; Glee Club 4; 
Resegi 4. 



Neil Haitz 

Neil will reach great "Haitz" 
Mathmetics Course: Boys' Glee Club 
Thurs Morn. Mus. 4. 



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Ronald Hammett 

"Rondo" was here 
Commercial Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 
1, 3; Fut. Bus. Leaders of America, 
P'res. 4; Debaters 4. 



Jlames Hardie 

-For he's a "Hardie" good fellow 
Scientific Course: AvSation 1; Art !; 
Band 1.2,3; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2; Scrub 
Football 2: Inst. Mus. 3; Pine Whispers' 
Stag 3, 4; Sports Ed. 4; S. S. C. 4. 



Mary Lou Harris 

" M^rry" Lou 
Latin Course: Y-Teens 1 , 2, 3. 4; Tennis 
1,2,3.4; Basketball 2,3.4; Soccer 3. 
4; Var. 4; Receptionist 3, 4; Color Guard 
3, 4; G. A. A. 3, 4; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3, 
4: Pub. Bus. Staff 4; Debating Bus. 
Staff 4; Orch. 4; College 4; V-Pres. 4. 



Joe Hauser 

"Hauser" hot shot 
Scientific Couirse: Mtdgef FootbalM 1; 
Var. Basketball 1.2,3,4: Baseball 1,2, 
3. 4; Scrub 1; Var 2, 3. 4; Monogram 2, 
3, 4; Ushers 3. 4. 



Sarah Pardington Hedrick 

Wedded bliss 
Home Economics and Scientific Course: 
Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1,2: Softball 1,2: 
Boosters 3; Hall Mon. 3; Dram. 4. 




Fredrick Pfohl Hege 

Little manager 
Scientific Course: Photography 1; Pho- 
tographer 2; Pine Whispers 2, 3, 4; 
Boy's Sports Editor 3; Managing Editor 
4: French 4j Quill and Scroll 4. 



Patsy Louel Heggie 

Smiling through 
General Course: Dram. 1; Thurs. Morn. 
Mus. 2: Religious Drama 3 ;College 4; 
Nurse's Page 4; Resegi 4. 



Clara Poe Hemrick 

Successful 
Home Economics Course: Softball 1,2; 
Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1.2; Soccer 1.2.3; 
Basketball 1.2.3; G. A. A. 2,3: Boos- 
ters 3; College 4; Y-Teens 4; Resegi 4. 



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Sue Henderson 

Olympic queen 
Language Course. Dram. 1; G. A. A. 1, 

2, 3, 4; Sec. 3; Counci'l 4; Y-Teens 1. 2, 

3. 4;) Basketball 1 , 3,\ 4; Thurs Morn. 
Mus. 2. 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; V-Pres. 
4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Cap't 4; Softball 2, 3. 
4; College 4: Resegi 4, 




Robert Henning Jr. 

Man about town 

Scientific Course: Baseball Var. 1, 2, 3 

4; Footbaill Var. 3. 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 

Pres. 3; House of Rep. 1, 3; Sec. 3 

Monogram 3. 4; V-Pres. 3; Nat'l Hon 

3. 4; Pres. City-Wide Hon. Sec. 3, 4 
Key Club 3, 4 = 




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Jack Rea Herring 

Herring-fishing for success 
Latin Course: Aero. 1; Football. Mid- 
get 1; Scrub 2, 3; College 4. 



Richard D. Hobson 

Greatl 
Scientific Course: Stamp 1,3; Thurs. 
Morn. Mus. 2; Photography 4. 



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Mary C. Hondros 

Nice, sweet, ambitious 
Commercial Course: Dramatics 1; Soft- 
ball 1; Basketball 1; Hall Monitor 1,2; 
Glee Glut 1,2; Y-teens 1.4; Thurs. 
Morn. Mus. 3; Boosters 3; College 4. 



Patricia Ann Hopkins 

She leads outr band 
Latim Course: Basketball 1; Dram. 1. 2: 
Y-Teens 1.2.3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; G. 
A. A. 2, 3; Golor Guard 3; Ouch. 3, 4; 
Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3. 4; Pine Whispers 
Staff 3, 4; Business Staff 4; Majorette 4; 
College 4; Lib. Staff 4. 



Marjorie Ann Horn 

"Horn" that blows success 
Scientific Course. Dram. 1; Journalism 
2; Glee Club 1 , 2; Voice 3; Boosters 3; 
College 4. 



Hinton Hudson 

Patient fisherman 
Latin Course; Stamp Club 1; Hi-Y 1, 
2, 3, 4; Boy's College 4; Track 4. 








Ann Lucy Huff 

Annie's never "huffy" 
Commercial Course: Dram. 1; Thurs. 
Morn Mus. 2; Boosters 3; Put. Bus. 
Leaders of Am. 4. 



Francis Hummer 

Welcome, strangter 
Scientific Course: Charles Town 
School 1,2,3. 



High 



John Robert Hunter 

Successful in his hunts 
Mathematics Course: Ha'll Mon. 1; 
ench 3; College 4. 



Wayne Hurst 

Nice to hav<e around 
Fr- Scientific Course: Aviation 1, V-Pres; 
Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2; College 4; Mono- 
gram 4; Football Midget 1; Scrub 2, 3, 
Var. 4. 





Emory Wayne Irvin 

H'c's the "basses" of music 
Scientific Course: Stamp 1; AA-C'ity 
Orch. 2; Instru. Mu.s. 2; Glee Club 

2, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 2, 3 .4; Band 2, 

3, 4, Sec. 4; Mixed Quartet 3;'S. S. C. 
4. 



Beverly Ivester 

Easy to love 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1, 2; Glee 
Club 1,2.3,4; Pres. 4; Thurs Morn. 
Mus. 4; College 4. 



Charles Jaczko 

Always smiles 
Mathematical Course: Westfiield High 
School. Westfiield N. J. 1, 2. 



John Clay James 

That James' boy returns 
Scien/tjfic Course: Farmingtom Hiigh 
School 1, 2; Orch. 3, 4; Dram. 4. 



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Jean Johnson 

"Sparkle Plenty" 
Language Course: Lib. Staff 1; Dram. 1; 
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Thunrs. Morn. Mus. 
2; Orch. 2, 3. 4;, Glee Club 2, 3. 4, Sec- 
Treas._ 4; Instr. Mus. 3; Mixed Chorus 
3, 4; Jr. Red Cross 4; College 4; Resegi 4. 



Mary Lou Johnson 

Will go far 
Latin Course: Basketball 1 ; Thurs. Morn 
Mus. 1. 2: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3, 4; Tennis 
2: Debating 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3; Boosters 
3; Nat. Hon. Soc. 3. 4; College 4. 



Margaret Johnson 

Cure 'nuf 
Commercial Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 
1, 2: Jr. Red Cross 2; Boosters 3; State 
Mus. Contest 3: Glee Club 3, 4: Mus. 
Festival 4; Mixed Chorus 4. 



Ted S. Kallam 

Always agreeable 

Scientific Coirrse: Thurs. Morn. 

1. 2; Hi-Y I, 2. 3, 4: Stamp 3; 
lege 4. 



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Charles Edward Kammerer 

Plays a "mean" horn 

Modern Language Course!. Basketball 1, 

2. 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4:( Orch. 1, 2, 

3. 4; Football 1, 2, 4; All-State Band 
3; All-State Orch. 3; Hi-Y 3, 4, Treas. 
4; House of Rep. 3, 4; House Court 3; 
Monogram 4; Key Club 4. 







Bobbie Jean Kimball 

Rite fine! 
Household Arts Course: Thurs. Morn. 
Mus. 1, 2; Y-Teens 1.4; Religious Dra- 
ma 3; College 4: Resegi 4. 



Betty Ann Kirby 

Nothing better than "Kirb"(y) service 
Latin Course: Dram. 1. Hall Mon. 
1: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Readers' Digest 
2; Thurs. Moirn. Mus. 3: College 4; 
Resegi 4. 



Henry Madison Kirkman 

"Steady as she goes" 
Scientific Course: Radio 1; Musk 2, 3; 
French 4; College 4. 



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Nancy Carolyn Koontz 

Curie 
Commercial Course: Lib. Page 1; Thurs. 
Morn. Mus. 1; Instr. Mus. 2; Boosters 
3; Fut. Bus. Leaders of Amer. 4, Treas. 
4. 







Norma Lanier 

She's swell 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Orch 2, 3; Inst. Mus. 
2, 3; Tennis 2, 4; College 4; Resegi 4. 





Jeanettie Lou Lee 

Becky's our blond 
General Course: Hall Mon. 1; Tennis 1 
Jr. Dram. 1; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2 
Thurs. Morn. Choral 3; Y-Teen 3, 4 
College 4. 



Walter Penn Lewis Jr. 

Penn's a friend 
Scientific Course: Scrub Football 1: 
Aviation 1; College 4. 



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Dan J. Linville 

Fine and "Dan-dy" 

Scientific Course: Art 1: Coi: 
Astronomy 3. 



Alice Bryan Livengood 

Afice is " 'Liven' 'good" 
Commercial Course: House of Rep J: 
Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1, 2, 3. 4; Voice 2. 
3; Glee Club 3, 4; State Mus. Contest 
3: State Mus. Festiva'l 4; District Mus. 
Contest 4. 



Jean Ann Livengood 

Best all round 

General Course: Hall Mon. 1; Dram. 1; 
Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4. Manager 4; Thurs. 

Morrr. Mus. 2; Tennis 2; G. A. A. 2, 3, 

4; Sr. Marsha'll 3; Council 3; Soccer 3, 

4; Office Page 3, 4; College 4, Pres. 4; 
Resegi 4. 



Linda Ann Lumley 

Sweet and cheerful 
Commerical Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 
2, 3; Red Cross Rep. 3; Commerical 4. 






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Ben Lynch 



He's "Ben" all 'round 
General Course: Student Council 1; Jr. 
Jive 1; Debating 1, 3, Pres 3; Scrub 
Football 1, 3; Boy's Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 
4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2. 3. 4; Baseba'll 1, 
2. 3, 4. Scrub 1, 2, Var. 3, 4; Thurs. 
Morn. Mus. 2, 4. 




Mimi Lynch 

Mimi is my-my girl 
Latin Course: Basketball 1, 2; Y-Teen 
1. 2, 3, 4; Hall Mon. 2; Pine Whispers 
Staff 2, 3. 4; Ed.-in-chief 4; Softball 3. 
4; Quill and Scroll! 3. 4: Nat'l Hon. 
Soc. 3, 4; Lib. Staff 4; Girls Glee Club 
4: College 4; Historian 4; G. A. A. 4. 





Elsie Mahaffey 

Sweetest-- -what "Elsie? 
Commercial Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 
1. 3; Religious Drama 2; Future Bus. 
Leaders of Am. 4; Sec. Home-Room 4. 



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John Makas 

Good boyl 
Inchisltrial Arts Coursle: Thurs. Morn. 
Mus. 2. 3, 4; Boys' Glee Club 3, 4. 




Eugene Marshall 

Quiet but swell! 
Scientific Course: Scienle 1; Travel 2. 



Nancy Carolyn Martin 

Oh, that soft voice 
Qomjmen'cial Course: Travel 2; Thulrs. 
Morn. Mus. 3; Bus. 4. 



Richard Mastin 

Bachelor 
Commercial Course: Thurs. Mprn. Mus. 
1, 2, 3; Football 3; Fut. Bus. Leaders of 
Am. 4. 



Hampton Mauze 

"The bestest bad boy 
Latin Gourse: Basketball 1, Mgr. 4: Hi-Y 

1, 2, 3, 4, State Delegate 1; Football 1„ 

2. 3, 4. Var. 4: Lib. Staff 1. 3, 4; 
Boosters' 3; Usher 3, 4; French 3. 4; 
Sr. Bus. Rep. 4. 



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William 

Some girl's g( 
Math Course: Photo 
2; Thurs. Morn. Mus 



H. May 

>nna be . lucky 

1; Scrub Eootball 

2, 3. 



Nancy Sue McConnell 

Sweet "Size" 
Home Economics Course: Thurs. Morn. 
Mus. 1; C. H. Glee Club 1, 2. 3; C. 
H. Baskeball 1, 2, 3,4; Var. 3, 4; C. H. 
Softball 1, 2, 3. 4; Var. 2, 3, 4. 



Betty Brooks McGee 

Betsy is the best 
Lat ( in Course: ThurS:. Morn. Mus. 1; 
Basketball 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2; Debating 
2} Office Page 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 4; 
College 4. 





Lawrence McGee 

"Geiel McGeel" 
Scientific Course: Hfl-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 
2, Pres. 3; Football 1. 2, 3, 4, Scrub 1, 
Var. 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Scrub 
1. Var. 2, 3, 4; Basketball Jr. Var. 3; 
Key Club 3, 4; Ushetrs 3, 4; House of 
Rep. 4; Monogram 4. Pres. 4. 




Charlotte McGlaughon 

That's my gal 
Language Course: Dram. 1; Softball 
1: Y-Teens 1. 2, 3, 4; Readers Digest 
2; Soccer 2; Boosters 3; College 4; Hall 
Mon. 4; Resegi 4. 



Jane Fulton McKinney 

No orie could be finer 
Latin Course: Jr. Drama. 1; Ha'll Mon. 
1, 2; Tennis 1, 2, 3;, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 
4: Thurs. Morm. Mus. 2, 3; Pine Whis- 
pers staff 3; Mixed Ckwus 3: French 
3, 4; Bus. Staff 4; College 4; Nat'l Hon. 
Soc. 4; Resegi. 4. 




Sarah Jane McLean 

Truckin, down Itqck avenue 
Language Course: Art 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 
3. 4; Tennis 2, R. C. Award 2; Drama. 
3: S. I. P. A. 3; French 3, 4; Bus. 
Staff 3, 4; Pine Whispers Staff 3, 4; 
B/.acA- and Gold Staff 3, 4: Man. Ed. 4; 
Quill and Scroll 3, 4; College 4; Resegi 4. 




Jacqueline Means 

/usC if/iaf does Jackie "Mean"? 

Latin Course: Lib. Staff 1; Tennis 1, 2. 
3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Mon. 

2; Debating 2;, Cub Coram. Reporter 3; 

Boosters' 3; Office Page 3; Soccer 3. 4; 

G.A.A. 3, 4: Color guard 4; College 4: 
Bus. Staff 4. 




James Michael 

Good-better-best 
Commercial Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 
1. 2; Sfcrub Football 2; Track 3; Put. 
Bus. Leaders of Am. 4. 





John Norwood Mickle Jr. 

Little man with thfc horn 
Scientific Course: State Band Contest 1, 
2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4j District Band 
Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Instru. Mus. 1, 3; 
Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2. 





Betty Miller 

Te amamus 
Language Course. Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1. 
2; Y-Teens 1, 2. 3, 4; Football Sponsor 
2, 3; Sr. Marshall 3: Cheerleader 4; 
Student Coun. 4; Teenage Coun. 4,1 Lib. 
Staff 4; College 4; Resegi 4. 



Dorothy Miller 

Yea, Miller 
General Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. I, 
2; Y-Teens 1, 2. 3, 4; House of Rep. 
2: Tennis 2; Basketball 2, 3; Boosters 
3: College 4. 



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Tommy Minnis 

Tom "Minnis" 
Language Course: Aviation 1; Hi-Y 1, 
2, 3, 4. Treas. 3; Reader's Digest 2: 
Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4] Glee Club 3. 4; 
-Usher's 3, 4; Nat'l Hon Soc. 4. 



Jane Misenheimer 

Little "Mousey" 



Language Gourse: Soccer 1, 
Morn. Mus. 1, 2 ; Y-Teens 1 , 2, 3 
HaN Mon. 3: Boosters 3: French 3 
Co'Iege 4; Resegi 4. 



Thurs. 
4; 



Frank Montgomery 

Oh you hidl 

Scientific Course: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. 4; Footbal'l 1 , 2, 3, 4; Var. 

3, 4; Inst. Mus .2; Swing Band 2, 3, 

4: Track 2, 3. 4; House Member to 

Council 3; Class treas. 3; Key Club 3, 4; 
Monogram 3, 4; Student Coun 4. 



Anita Joyce Moore 

Sporty 
Commercial Course: C. H. Softball 1, 2: 
C. H. Basketball 1, 3. 4; Thurs. Morn. 
Mus. 2; Travel 3. V-Pres. 3 . 




Mary Ruth Moore 

Outstanding 
Home Economics Course: C. H. Softbal 
1. 2; C. H. Basketball 1, 2, 3. 



Jordan Edward Morris Tr. 

More popularly known as ' Ed" 
Scientific Course. Baseba'll ,1 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram 3, 4. 



Johnny Motsinger 

"My Hero" 

Scientific Course: Band 1, 2; Football 

1, 2, 3, 4, 5; Midget 1; Scrub 2; Var. 

3, 4, 5; Baseballl 1. 2, 3, 4, 5; Scrub 1; 

Var. 2, 3, 4. 5; Aviation 2, Sec. 2; Mon- 
ogram 3, 4, 5, Pres. 4: Usher's 3, 4, 5; 
Glee Club 3, 4. 5; S. S. C. 5. 



Betty Jean Myers 

Always on the run 
General Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1, 
2; Lunch Room Staff 1, 2, 3: Soccer 1, 
2,3,4; Var. 3,' 4; Basketball 1,2.4; 
SoftbalH I, 2, 4; Boostars 3; G. A. A. 
3. 4; Y-Teens 4; College 4; Resegi 4. 





Tom Neilson 

Tfie best 
Scientific Course: Footbajll, Scrubs 1, 
Var. 3, 4; Readers Digest 2; Basketball 
3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Monogram 
4. 



Albert Sidney Newton 

Fine, Friendly — in short— the best 
Scientific Course: Cheerleader 1; Mid- 
get Basketball 2; Scrub Football 3; 
Photo. 3, Pres. 3; Pine Whisper's Pho- 
tographer 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 
4. 



James George Nichols 

Tall, dark bandboy 
Language Course: Inst. Mus. 1. 2, 
"A" Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Shirley Nolan 

S&ir m world of sports 
Language Course: Band 1, 2, 3; Inst. 
Mus. 1, 2, 3; Sotcer 4; Var. Basketball 
1. 2, 3. 4; Var. Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
G. A. A. 2, 3, 4; College 4. 



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Louise Norwood 

Sweiet and lovely 
General Course: Relig. Drama 1; Travel 
2; Wheaton Academy 3; College 4; Soc- 
cer 4; Basketball 4; Tennis 4; Nurse's 
Page 4; Resegi 4. 



Vivian Ogle 

A penny for your thoughts 
Home Economics Gourse: Religious 
Drama. 1, 3; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2; 
House of Rep. 2; College 4: Y-Teens 4; 
Receptionist 4; Resegi 4. 



Arline Elizabeth Palmer 

The Yankee that made good in the 
South 
Language Course: El Paso H. S. Texas 
1; Bergenfield H. S., New Jersey 2; 
Boosters 3; Y-Teens 3, 4; Basketball 3, 
4; Softball 3, 4: Soccer 4, Var. 4; Or- 
chestra 4; College 4; Resegi 4. 



Jo Ann Parker 

Oh. those dimples! 
Commercial Course: Red Cross Rep. 1 
Jr. Dram .1; Hall Mon. 2; Y-Teens 2 
ReUgious Drama 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4 
Thurs. Morn. Mus. 3. 







Lawerence William Paschal 

"Doc.'or /. Q." 
Scientific Course: Aviatipn 1, 2; 
2, 3; Football. Scrub 3, Var. 4. 



Track 



Dorothy Paynter 

" Blondie" 
Commerical Course: Thurs. Morn. 
1; Religious Drama 2; Boosters 3; 
matics 4; Red Cross Rep. 4. 



Mus. 
Dra- 



Gay Peel 

"Gay!" 
Home Economics Course: Basketball 



Constance Billie Penland 

Fine and Friendly 
Home Economics Course: Softball 1; 
Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1, 2; Soccer 2. 3, 4; 
Travel 3, Pres. 3; Hall Mon. 3; G. A. 
A. 3, 4: College 4; Resegi 4. 




Joan Perry 

She knows a tilth bit 'bout, a lot 
Language Course: Tennis 1; Thurs 
Morn. Mus. 1, 2; Y-Teens 1. 2 3 4 
Treas. 4; Hall Mon. 1, 2, 3, 4- Boos- 
ters^ 3: Dram. 3: College 4: Office Page 
4; Debating Bus. Staff 4; Resegi 4. 



Lawrence Gordon Pfefferkorn 

A hit with the "Chicks" 
Scientific Course: Photo. 1; Hi-Y 1, 2 
3, 4/; Aviation 2; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 3,' 
College 4; Football Mg<r. 4; Monogram 
4. 



Richard Phelps 

Quite fine 
Scientific Course: Midget, Football 
Airplane 1; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2, 




Nancy Carolyn Potter 

Nan's the best gal in the land 
Latin Course: Y-Teens 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2- Boosters 3: Lib. 
Staff 3. 4; College 4; Resegi 4. 



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Jack Pryor 

"iSmilin' Jack" 
Scientific Course: Track 1, 3, 4: Thuis. 
Mom. Mus. 2, 3; Dramatics 4. 



Barbara Lee Quails 

Sweetie 
Social Studies Course;: Home Eco- 
nomics lj Glee Club 1, 2; Radio Work- 
shop 2, 3; Basketbal'1 2, 3; Dram 3; 
College 4; Resegi 4. 



Edith Rawley 

Easy on </ie eyes 
Latin Course: Jr. Dram 1; Reader's 
Digest 2; Y-teens I, 2, 3, 4; Pres. If 
Delegate to Y-teen Conf. St. Marshall 
3; Softball 2. 3fe Football Sponsor 3, 4; 
Bus. Staff 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 4; Resegi 4. 



Mary Faye Reavis 

"Double" lirouble 
General Scientific Course: Gray High 1. 
2. 3i College 4; Y-teens 4; Mus. Clinic 
4; Resegi 4. 




Sara May Reavis 

The other hall 
General Commercial Qotrrse: Gray High 
1. 2. 3; College 4i; Y-teens 4;' Glee Club 
4: Mus. Clinic 4; "Resegi 4. 



Helen Lucille Reece 

"Quite" dependable 
Language Course: Relig. Dram 1; Y- 
teens 1, 2, 3; Travel 2; Var. Soccer 2, 
4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity 3; Boosters 3; G. A. A. 3, 4; 
College 4; Resegi 4. 



Betty Lou Reich 

FuH of tAe good things 

General Course: Relig. Drama 1, 2; Y- 

Teens 1, 2. 3. 4; Boosters 3; College 
4: Resegi 4. 



Joe Reins 

He " Reins" supreme 
Scientific Course: Inst. Mus. 1; Baseball 
1. 2. 3, 4, Var. 3, 4; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 
2; Orch. 2; Band 2, 3; Boosters 3; Hi-Y 
3 4; Football 4; Monogram 4. 



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W. Calvin Reynolds 

He's got a name to be proud o/. 
Scientific Course: Football Mgr. 1; Inst. 
Mus. 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Hall Mon. 2; 
Glee Club 3; Dramatics 3; Visual Edu- 
cation Committee 3. 




William Maurice Richardson 

Swell to be around 
Language Coufrse; Booster's 3;. Treas. 
Homeroom 4. 



Tommye Ring 

Tommye "Rings" tour bell 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Debating 1, 3; Dramatics 2; Office Page 
3, 4; Cub Commentator Staff 3. 4; Pine 
Wfili'spers 3, 4; Exchange Ed. 4; Col'lege 
4; Nurses Page 4; Nat'l Hon'. Soc. 4; 
Quill and Scroll 4, Pres. 4. 




Nancy Ripple 

A "Ripple" that causes a wave of joy 
Latin Course: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-teens 1, 2. 
3. 4: Inter Club Councill 4, Pres. 4; 
Dramatics 1, 2, 3; Reader's Digest 2; 
Var. Tennis 3; French 3, 4; Col'lege 
4; Harmony Hangout 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. 



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Lawrence Roberts. Jr. 

Frog's knee-deep in wit 
General Course: Photo. 1; Booster 1, 2; 
J. V. Football 2; J. V. Basketball 2; 
Var. Football 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Us- 
hers 3, 4; Teen-Age Council 3, 4; Mon- 
ogram 3, 4; S. S. C. 4. 






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Barbara Anne Robin 

The first breath o/ spring 
Language Cpurse: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dramatics 1, 2; Y-teens 2, 3; Nurses 
Page 3; Soccer 3, 4. Var. 4; G. A. A. 
3, 4; Softball 3, 4; Lib. Staff 4; College 
4; Resegi 4. 



Lorece Russell 

Can'i! be beail 
Commercial Qoiutflse: C. H. Basketbajll 
2. 3; Travel 3; Nurse's Page 3; House 
of Rep. 4. 



Bill Russell 

/une Comes Around Every Day 
Scientific Course: Aviation 1; Midget 
Football 1 ;Scrub Football 2,; Var. Foot- 
ball 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Track 3,. 4: 
Monogram 3, 4) Hi-Y 3, 4; Ushers 3, 
4; Key Club 4. 







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Thomas Alfred Sanders 

Proved to be besl 
Scientific Course: Music 1, 2; Football 
I. 2. 3, 4, Var. 3. 4; Basketball 1, 3, 
3, 4; Baseball 2, 4; Monogram 3, 4- 
Hi-Y 3, 4. 






Wanda Gretchen Saylor 

Just plain sweet 
General Course: Stony Point H. S. 1. 
2: College; Pub. Speaking 4; Resegi 4. 




Jbann Boyd Schaefer 

Lovely to loiok at 
General Course: Dram. 1; Relig. Dram. 
2: Hall Mon. 2'; Y-teens 2, 3, 4; Voice 
2, 3 ,4; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 3: College 
4; Resegi 4. 



George R. Schipper 

"Schipfper hoy" 
Industrial Arts Goajrse: Thurs. Mlorn. 
Mus. 1. 2. 3; Woodwork 1, 2, 3. 4. 





Emily Carolyn Shaffner 

SlmeeJ and lovely 
Language Course: Dram. 1; Y-Teens 1, 
2, 3; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2; Hall Mom. 
2; Booster's 3; French 3; College 4; 
Homecoming Spon. 4; Resegi 4. 




Bill Sherrill 

Best 
Industrial Arts Course: C. H. Basket- 
ball I. 2. 3. 4, Var. 3. 4j C. H. Base- 
ball 1. 2, 3. 4, Var. 3. 4; C. H. Midget 
Football 1. 2, 3: Printing 3, 4; Pine 
Whispers Staff, C. H. Sports Ed. 4. 





Peggy Lou Shields 

Sweet and lovely 
Commercial Course: C. H. Glee 
1 2. 3, 4: Thurs. Moirn. Mus. 3. 



Club 



Gurnie B. Shirley Jr. 

"Best /oo«1 foward 
Math Course: Mech 1, 2, 3; Spanish 
3. 4. 



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Luther Alfred Shuping 

The boy with (fie ted ctitls 
Science Course: C. H. Basketball 1, 2, 
4, Mgt. 3; French 2, 3; C. H. Football 
2. 3, 4: C. H. Baseball 3, 4; Sketch 4. 



Wiiliam Booth Simpson, Jr. 

Handsome Sampson 
Scientific Course: Foptball Sarub 1, 3 
Var. 4, 5; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1, 3, 4 
Track 1, 5; McCallie, Chattanooga 2 
Monogram 5; Hi-Y 5. 



Walter Smith 

Th\e village "Smith" stands 
General Course': Fenrum 
(High school dept.) 1, 2 



James Smitherman 

Couldn't be bet\et 
Jr. College Scientific Course: Photp. 1; Hi-Y 1, 2. 

3; Dram. 4. 3, Pres. 2; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2; Treas. 

House of Rep. 3; Golf 3. 





Arthur Spaugh 

"King Arthur" courts 

Latin Course: Claiss off iters, Sec. 1. 

V-Pres. 3: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4' Treas. 1. 

V-Pres. 3; Football 1, 2. 3, 4. Var. 4; 
Boosters 3; House of Rep. 3; Lib. Staff 

3. Sec. 3; Ushers 3, 4: Key Club 3, 4, 
V-Pres. 4; Council 4): Monogram 4. 








James Yancy Spencer 

He made a comeback 
General Mathematics Course: Mid 
Football 1;' Aviation 1; Golf 1. 4. 



Laura (Larkey) Ann Staley 

Gre&t 
Home Economics Course: C. H. Glee 
Club 2; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2; C. H. 
Basketball 3, 4; C. H. Softball 3, 4. 



Darcus Marie Stepp 

"Stepping" right *along 
Home Economics Course: Thurs. Morn. 
Mus. 2; Travel 3, Sec. 3; House of Rep. 
4: 




Nancy May Stone 

Good little pebbles make fine "stones" 

Language Coursel Dram. 1; Tennis 1: 

Y-teens 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Thurs Morn. Mus. 2; Softball 2, 3, 4: 

Boosters' 3; G. A. A. 3. 4; Soccer 3. 4, 

Var. 4; French 3, 4; College 4; Resegi 4. 



Mary Sue Strupe 

Ready for Freddie 



Peggy Jane Tatum 

Always faithful 



Language Course: Relig. Drama 1; Y- Commercial Course: Religious Drama 2; 
teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2; Commercial 3, 4); HaU Mon. 3, 4. 

Boosters 3; College 4; Resegi 4. 



Kent Taylor 

£% littte guy 
Scientific Course: Scrub Football 1, Var. 
Football 3, Sargeant-at-Arms 2; Band 1, 
2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, V-Pres. 2; 
Ushers 3, 4, 5; Spanish 5; Key Club 5. 



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John Taylor 

John "Taylor's" girls 
Language Course: Photo. 1> Scrub Foot- 
ball 1, 2; Tennis 1, 2; Band 1, 2; House 
of Rep. I, 2; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 3, 4; 
Track 4. 



Mary M. Taylor 

Brains 
Language Course: Receptionist 1; Dram. 
1. 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Hon. 
Soc. 3. 4; Office Page 4; Resegi 4. 



Mary Elizabeth Tesch 

"Teschl Tesch!" 
Latin Course: Red Cross Rep. 1; Thurs. 
Morn. Mus. 1. 2. 3; Grails Glee Club 1, 
2. 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, (Ho- 
nors in District and State Music Con- 
tests 1, 2, 3); French 3. 4,V-Pres. 3; 
College 4: Office Page 4; Resegi 4. 



Osmyn Tesh 

//c&z/" 
Scientific Course: Aviation 1,; 
1: Glee Club 2: French 2 
sters 3; Thuors. Morn. Mus. 
4, Treas. 4; Cheerleader 4. 






Jr. Dram. 

3; Boo- 

3; College 





Peggy Jean Tesh 

Better than best 
Language Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1, 
2: Hall Mon. 2, 3; Y-teens 2, 3; Boos- 
ters 3; French 3. 4; Soccer 4; College 
4: Resegi 4. 



Hilton Thomas 

Bright ties~ Bright shirts 
Scientific Course: Hi-Y 4; French 4; 
Boys' Chorus 4. 




Robert Thomasson 

Tall, silent type 

General Course: Scrub Football 1; Av 

iation 1; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2. 




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Laurence Houston Todd Jr. 

Picture o[ health 
Scientific Course: East Bend H. S. 1, 
2; Band 3, 4. 





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Francis King Trogdon 

Sharp shooter 
Mathematics Course: Aviation lj Foot- 
ball 1, 2; Scrub 1, Var. 2; Band 1, 2, 
3, 4; Inst. Mus. 2; Monogram 4. 



Bill Trotman 

Dramatic Fanatic 
Language Course: Hall Mpn. 1; Dram. 
I. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2, 4; Bus. Staff 1, 2, 
3, 4; Lib. Staff 2, 3; Class Pres. 2, 3; 
Waiters' 3; Rel. Dram. 3, Pres. 3. Coun- 
cil 3; Key Club 3, 4; French 3, 4, Pres. 
3; House of Rep. 4; Speaker Pro-tem 4. 




Harry H. Tucker 

Our little "Tommy" Tucker 
Scientific Course: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Avi- 
ation 1; Instr. Mus. 2. 4; Thurs. Morn. 
Mus. 3; Orch. 3; Swing . Band 3. 




Florence Delia Turner 

"Dele" sweetest one we know 
Language Course: Dram. 1, 2, 3; Y- 
Teens 1, 2, 3, 4. Interclub Coun. 2; 
Jr. Jive 2: Softball 1, 2, 3; Pine "/fiis- 
pers Staff 3, 4; B'ati and Gold Staff 
3, 4, Sen. Ed. 4: College 4, Prog. Chm. 
4; Quili] and Scroll,. Treas. 4; Resegi 4. 



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James Turner 

A Turn "let" the best 
Mathematics Course. 





Lois Lynnette Valetos 

That shining smile 
Language Course: Dram. 1; Basketball 
1; Y-Teens 1, 2. 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2; Boosters' 3; 
College 4. 



Minnie Drane Vaughn 

"Minnie" possibilities 
Latin Course: Dram. 1, 2; Y-Teens 1, 
2, 3, 4; Softball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Thurs. Morn. 
Mus. 3: Football Spon. 3, 4; Pine Whis- 
pers Staff 3, 4: Black and Gold Staff 3, 
4: Sen. Ed. 4; Bus. Staff 4; College 4: 
Quill and Scnoll 4; Resegi 4; Hon Soc. 4. 




Robert C. Vaughn Jr. 

The " C" is for carro-.vfop 
Language Course: Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. 4. 
Pres. 1, Treas. 2; Debating 1; Vai. 
Football 2, 3, 4: Track 3. 4: Key Club 
3. 4, Treas. 4; Ushers' 3, 4; Mono- 
gram 4. 






Jim Vogel 

Ride 'em, cowboy 
Scientific Course: Thurs. Morn. Musi 
1; Teen-Age Qoun. 1. 2; Track 1, 2, 
3. 4; Football Mid. 1, Var. 2, 3, 4; 
Monogram 3, 4. 



Sarann Voss 

Always contented 
Language Course: Nat. Hon. Soc. 4; 
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Hall Mon. 2; Thurs. 
Morn. Mus. 2. 3; G. A. A. 2, 3. 4. 
Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Var. Sports Mgr. 2, 
3. 4; Office Page 3; Bus. Staff, Pints 
Whispers Staff 3, 4, Girls' Sports Ed. 4. 




Mary Ellen Wade 

" Wades" ankle deep in success* 
Commercial -General Course: Jr. Dram. 
1; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 2; Boosters' 3; 
College 4; Resegi 4. 




C. H. Wagner 



Goorf, Better., best 
Scientific Coursel. C. H. Basketall 1, 2. 
3: Football 2, 3, 4; 3asebal'l 2, 3, 4. 




Billy Jlones Waller 

A friend indeed 
Scientific Course: 1, 2, 3; General 
Course 4. 



Bill Ware 

Our masculine canary 
Scientific Course. Band 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4i Boy's Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Inst. Mus. 2, 3: Orch. 
3, 4; Thurs. Mom. Mus. 4; Sr. Bus. 
Rep. 4; S. S. C. 4. 



Lucylee Warren 

7"/(e 0i'r/ with the carl 

Language Cburse: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4 

Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1 

Basketball 2a Dram. 2, 3, Pro Chm. 3 

Lib. Staff 3. 4, Treas. 3; Colorguard 3 
Harmpny Hangout 3; College 4; Major 
ette 4; Resegi 4. 



Charles W. Waser 

Oell of wisdom 
Scientific Course 1 : Union, N. J. H. S. 1; 
Boy's College 4. 



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Sara Thompson Watson 

Shines with personalty 
Language Course: Jr. Dram. 1; Sec. 1; 
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Readers Digest 2;. 
Tennis 2; Boosters 3; Demonette 3; 
Co'Hege 4; Resegi 4. 



Bobby Joyce Weaver 

A "Weaver" of happiness 
Language Course: Nat. Hon. Soc. 4; 
C. H. Glee Club 1, 2; C. H. Basket- 
ball 1. 2, 3. 4, Var. 3, 4; C. H. Soft- 
bal'l 1. 2, 3, 4. Var. 3, 4: C. H. Cheer- 
leader 4; Pine W/nspters Staff 4. 







Phyllis Jean West 

Go 'Wtest' young man" 
Language Course: Tennis 1, Thurs. 
Mom. Mus. 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Y- 
Teens 1, 2. 3, 4; Boosters 3: French 3, 
4, Traes. 3; College 4; Resegi 4. 








Eugene Whaling 

A "Whale" of fun 
Scientific Course: Photo. 1; Baseball 1, 
2; Football 1. 2, 3: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 
2; Teen-A,gie Coun. 2, 3; Boosers 3; 
Basketball! Mgr. 3; Hi-Y 3. 4; College 
4; Chief Cheerleader 4; Piedmont Bowl 
Com. 4; S. S. C. 4. 




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Margaret Sterne Wheeler 

Busy girl 

Social Studies Course: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 

4: Glee Club 2, 3; Thurs. Mor. Mus. 3; 

Mixel Chorus 3; College 4; Resegi 4. 



Mildred Boyles White 

Best in the hearts of her schoolmates 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4 
Travel 2, V-Pres. 2; Lib. Staff 3, 4 
French 3, 4; Bus. Staff 3, 4, Mgr. 4 
Pin'e W/iispers 3, 4; S. I. P. A. 3; B/acfc 
and Gold 3, 4, Ed-ir/-chief 4; Quill and 
Scroll 3, 4; Co'lor Guard 4; Resegi 4. 



Virginia (Teeny) White 

"Teeny" bundle of fun 
Language Qburse: Thulrs. Morn. Mus. 
1. 2 : Var. Basketball 1, 2; Var. Soft- 
ball 1, 2; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; G. A. A. 
1. 2, 3. 4; V.-Pres. 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 
4; Var. Sports Mgr. 3, 4; Var. Soccer 
4; College 4, Treas. 4; Wittiest 4. 



Peggy Ann Whiteheart 

"Peg" o' our !ijear$s 
Language Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1. 
2; Y-Tee,ns 1, 2, 3. 4; Hall Mon. 2; 
House of Rep. 2; Tennis 2. 3, 4; Glee 
Club 3. 4: Boosters 3; Gollege 4; Re- 
segi 4. 




Robert M. Williams Jr. 

Good on figures 
Language Course). Thurs. Mom. Mus. 1 , 
2; Football 2. 3. 4, Var. 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 
4; Track 3, 4; Ushers 3, 4; Monogram 
3, 4; Pine Whispers 4j S. S. C. 4. 




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Phil (Chubby) Williamson 

Good boy 
Commercial Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 
1, 2; Scrub Football 2; Mid. Baseball 2; 
Fut. Bus. Leaders of Am. 4. 




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Anne Elizabeth Wilmoth 

A real buddy-bu)ddy 
Latin Course: Jr. Dram. 1; Hall Mon. 
1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Dram. 2; Thurs. 
M,orn Mus. 3; Lib. Staff 3; College 4; 
Resegi 4; Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. 



Mary L. Wilson 

With a "will", there's a way, "son" 
Latin Course: Art 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 
4; Tennis 2; Travel 2; Dram. 3: Col- 
lege 4; French 3, 4,; Office Page 4; 
Resegi 4. 



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Mary Louise Wilson 

Lovely to look at 
Langttage Qour$e: J'r: Drama. 1, V. 
Pres. I; Tennis 1. 2; Y-Teens 1, 2, 4 
Hall Mon. 2; Thurls. Morn. Mus. 2 
Boosters' 3; Cdl'lege 4; Office Page 4 
Resegi 4. 



Charles Phillip Wollschager 

The good-looking sillent type 
Scientific Course: Aviation 1; French 3; 
Boys' College 4; House of Rep. 4; S. 
S. C. Sec.-Treas. 4. 



John B. Woods 

A good catch for some lucky girl 
Scientific Course: Class Treas. 1; House 
of Rep. 1; Scrub Football 1; Photo 1; 
Class Sec. 2; Council 2; Cheerleader 3; 
Boosters 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Hil-Y 3. 
4: Ushers 3, 4; College 4. 



Laura Elizabeth Woods 

Th\e stars and we will rerrtembec 
Commercial Course: Jr. Dram. 1; Re'lig. 
Drama 2, Outside Com. 2; Thurs Morn. 
Mus. 3; Boosters 3i Lib. Staff 3, 4; 
Y-Teens 3; Office Sec. 4. 




Ann Wright 

Finest gal this side of perfection 
Language Course: . Y-Teens 1, 2, 3. 4: 
Sec. 3. 4; Var. Soccer 1, 2, 3; G. A. A. 
I, 2, 3. 4; Class Sec. 2; Sr. Marshall 3; 
Foptba'N Spon. 3; Girl's State 3; Council 
3, 4; Office Page 4; College 4; Jr. Rep. 
3: House of Rep. 4; Cheerleader 4. 








William Richard Wyatt 

He's tops with us! 
Scientific Course: Debating 1; Booster's 
3. 



Charlie Yarbrough 

A real gone guy 
Scientific Course: Track 1, 2, 4: Mid,get 
football lj Midget Basketball I; Avia- 
tion 1 . 



Ralph Yokely 

Quite-but oh, .so deep 
Scientific Course: Aviation 1; House 
Rep. 1; Stamp 2; French 2, 3. 



Seniors Not Pictured 



Robert Cavedo 
Jimmy Moore 



Robert Turbeville 
Doris Yoder 



Juniors Not Pictured 



Ruth Beck 
Buster Bennet 
Bill Boyette 
Evelyn Bridges 
John William Caudle 
Jake Clodfelter 
Jack Conrad 
Helen Covington 
Fred Danner 
Dianne Davis 
Ralph Deitrick 
Joy Mae Dixon 
Barbara Edwards 
Virginia Entrekin 
Odell Gordon 



Robert Gordon 
Golleen Green 
Joe Grubbs 
Gene Hammett 
Arthur Haystrom 
Dick Hayworth 
George Hayworth 
Betty Jane Hoots 
Donald James 
Rader James 
Robert Kimel 
Carolyn Kinley 
Aubrey Ki.rby 
Alfred Lawson 
Bill Malcom 



Jane McClanahaai 
Bert Merriam 
Robert Michael 
Richard Moser 
George Oakley 
Barbara Painter 
John Penry 
Don Phyler 
Ralph Pillinger 
Peggy Puryealr 
Jack RaUm 
Richard Reece 
Jack Renigar 
Charles Ridenhour 
QanoHne Ri'Iey 



Ruth 


Rogers 


Arlene 


Russell 


Dick Sapp 


Billie 


Mae Sharp 


Charles 


Schrader 


Sylvia 


Sechrist 


DeLois 


Shepherd 


James 


Smith 


Frank 


Tampliin 


Jerry Thomas 


Bobby 


Tucker 


George 


Vlassis 


Mary 


Neil Wagner 


Harold 


Watkins 


Joe Wheeling 



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In the crow's nest 




ROBERT _ PATTEN 
President 




WILL ALEXANDER 
Vice-president 



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EMILY BUTNER 
Secretary 




HENRY CONNELLY 
Treasurer 



NANCY LEE ALEXANDER 
JOHNNIE ALLGOOD 
FRANCES ALLRED 
MARY ELIZABETH ALSPAUGH 
ELIZABETH ANGLIN 
NANCY APPERSON 



TOMMY APPERSON 
NANCY ATKINS 
BILL AVERA 
ANN BAILEY 
GUS BALLUS 

ELIZABETH BARBER 



BETTY BYRD BARNETTE 
SONNY BEALL 
RAY BEHNKE 
VIRGINIA BELL 

RICHARD BENNET 
JEAN BLACKBURN 




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PAULINE BLACKBURN 
PAT BOESSER 

JANE BOULDIN 
CHARLENE BOSWORTH 
MOLLY BOWERS 

BETTY BREWER 



PEGGY JO BREWER 
ANN BRIMLEY 

CHANCEL BROWN 
KATHERINE BROWN 
SETH BROWN 

JOANNE BUTLER 



C. W. CARTER 

HAROLD CARTER 
JOHN CARTER 
JOHN CHAPMAN 
FRED CHARLES 
LOIS CLARK 



JACKIE CLAY 

DAVID CLINARD 

STELLA MAE CLODFELTER 
NANCY COGGINS 
JERRY COOK 
CLARA COX 



BARBARA CRANFILL 
NANCY CRATER 

GEORGE W. CRONE JR. 
DAN DAUGHERTY 
G. C. DAVIS JR. 

MARGARET DAYE 



LARRAINE DECKER 
PAT DIZE 

BETTY LOU DOBBINS 
JOANNA DOGGETT 
CELIA ELLIOT 
BETTY ESTEP 



NORMAN FALBAUM 

LINDSAY FEARRINGTON 
ELYNOR FISHEL 
SYLIVA FISHEL 

TOMMY FRAZIER 

GLENN GARRISON 



RICHARD GILLIAM 
ARCHIE GLENN 

CLAY GOODSON 
DOUG GRIMES 

JOAN GRUPENHOF 
JAMES HALL 



DOROTHY HAMPTON 
ARLEN HARRIS 

BARBARA HARRIS 
W. II. HAUSER 

D. A. HEGGIE JR. 
BERNARD HERMAN 



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BETTY JO HESTER 
JACK HOLDER 

PHIN HORTON 
JANICE HOWERTON 
ELISSA HUTSON 
MOLLY INGLE 



PAUL INGLE 

ROGER JACKSON 

JACQUELINE JAMES 
JIM JOCHUM 

SHIRLEY JOHNSON 
RUBY JOHNSON 



CHRISTINE JONES 

JACQUELINE JONES 
MARTHA JOYCE 
JERRY KATZIN 

BETTY JO KELLY 

ANNE MERCER KESLER 



ANNE KESTER 
WADE KEY 

JAMES KING 
NANCY LACKEY 

SHIRELY ANN LACY 

CAROLYN LAMBETH 



LUCILLE LANCASTER 
FRANCIS LaPORTK 

JEWELL LAWRENCE 
JEAN LINEBACK 

CAROLYN LINDLEY 

MARY RUTH LINVILLE 



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HENRY LOWET 
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NANCY MARSHALL 
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BOBBY MIDDLETON 
BARBARA MOORE 

BARBARA MO)SER 
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NANCY O'NEIL 
PAT PAGETT 
BILL PAIGE 

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Reynolds 



JUNIORS 



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AUDREY PEPPER 
BOB PERKINS 

DAVID PFAFF 
ROBERT PFAFF 

DAPHNE PLASTER 
SARA PLINT 



ANGELINE PRATT 
NANC'V PURVIS 

CONNIE REYNOLDS 
MARTHA RICHARDSON 
MARY JO RIERSON 
BETTY ROBINSON 






CHARLES RODENBOUGH 
BILL ROLLINS 

D. G. SAMUELS 
GUY L. SCOTT 

MARY SHELTON 

BLANCHE SHERMER 



ERNIE SHORE 

JOSEPH BENJAMIN SICELOFF 
BOBBY SIZEMORE 
BETTY RUTH SMITH 
BILL SMITH 

CAROLYN SMITH 




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BILLIE JUNE SOWERS 
R. LEE SPRINKLE 
CHARLES STEVENS 
ANN STRANGE 

SAMMY STUART 



LARRY TALBERT 

RICHARD TEAGUE 
EDITH TESCH 
LINDA THOMPSON 

WESLEY THOMPSON 
PHYLLIS TIERNEY 



BARBARA TRANSOU 

ANNIE LEE TUTTEROW 
TOMMY WALL 
BARBARA WALTERS 
CHARLOTTE WEST 

MARY LOU WHITEHEART 



VALERA WILKERSON 
JUNE WILLIAMS 

O. T. WILLIAMS 

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Vice President 



MARY LOU WHITEHEART 
Secretary 





BOBBY HENNING 
President 




SAM FERREE 
Treasurer 



BETSY BYNUM 
Clerk 




Frank Montgomery 
Bobby Middleton 



Arthur Spaug! 
Emily Butner 



Jane Bagnal 
Margaret Jones 



Betty Miller 
Elizabeth Cariyle 



G. C. Davis 
Glen Yoder 



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Secretary 



ANN WRIGHT 
Council Representive 





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Speaker 




STUART MILLER 
Treasurer 




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PUBLICATIONS 



Black and Gold 



Pine Whispers 





MILDRED WHITE 

Editor-in-Chief 

SARAH JANE McLEAN 

Managing Editor 



MIMI LYNCH 

Editor-in-Chief 

FRED HEGE 

Managing Editor 





DRANE VAUGHN 
Senior Editor 
DEE TURNER 
Senior Editor 



JIM HARDIE 
Boyis' Sports Editor 

ANN VOSS 
Giirls' Sports Editor 




MARY LIB ALSPAUGH 

Juniior Editor 

BETTY BYRD BARNETTE 

Junior Editor 





BARBARA HARRIS 
Exchange Editor 
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Exchange Editor 




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BLACK and GOLD 




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REYNOLDS HIGH SCHOOL PRINT SHOP 




Row 1: F. Mathis, B. Malcom, J. White, T- Lyons, J. Reavis, R. Bell, 
Mr. Dale Vaughn. Row 2: E. King', R. Sheltom, C. Chappie, W. Ad- 
kins, R. Caudle, R. Hart, R. Smith. Row 3: J. Contad, J. Griffin, 




This volume of the Black and Go;d, Purple and 
Gold, and Blue and Gold, was produced by the 
combined efforts and abilities of the two trade print- 
ing classes at the R. J. Reynolds High School. The 
classes include students from the ninth through the 
twelfth grades. 

Four years of printing are offered to the students. 
Instruction in the first year is in hand composition 
with related teaching in the study of printing and 
its history. Jobs consist of printing exercises. Prac- 
tical jobs are used as they apply to this group. 

In the second year this group takes up more in 
detail those topics studied the first year. Platen 
press work and job make-up are done. They study 
type faces, type design, the fundamental princiyles 
of display typography, and the composition of all 
jobs that might come into the printshop. 

The third year group takes up newspaper com- 
position, book composition, year book composition, 
printing plates, casting, offset printing, cylinder press 
work, and linotype operation. 

In the fourth year time is spent in practical ap- 
plication in the shop doing the necessary work and 



C. Crater, D. James, R. Holder, H. Wall. S. Harbin. Row 4. D. Cra- 
ter, J. Renigar, M, Smith, J. Sprinkle, T. Bricker. 



helping the underclassmen in any way possible. New 
learning units are presented to them as occasions 
arise. 

The linotype material was produced by Charles 
Crater, Don James, Charles Chappie, and Roger 
Holder. Presswork for the Pine Whispers, Hanes 
Hi Rada, and Gray Light was done by Jack Renigar, 
Raymond Caudle, Jack Conrad, and Hassel Wall. 

Make-up of the pages is contributed to Jack Con- 
rad, Joe Griffin, Jack Lyons, Jack White, Jack Reni- 
gar, Tommy Bricker, Raymond Caudle, Randal 
Shelton, John Sprinkle, and Hassell Wall. 

First year students in the printshop are Ronald 
Bell, Doug Crater, Ed King, Monroe Smith, Ray 
Smith, Wayne Adkins, Paul Booze, Sherrill Harbin, 
Richard Hart, Billie Hill, and John Reavis. 

In addition to the annual, ten issues of the Pine 
Whispers, Hanes Hi Rada, and Gray Light were set 
up and printed. Various school forms, tickets, and 
programs were printed during the year. Programs 
were printed for the eighth grade and senior grad- 
uations, music, and football games. Posters and other 
jobs were also printed. 




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HONOR SOCIETY 











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Jane Bagnal 
Trilby Boerner 
Ann Bondurant 
Dorris Cranfill 
Ann Darlington 



Bobby Daye 
Jimmy Daye 
David Early 
Ed Goodman 
Mary Lou Harris 
Bobby Henning 



Patsy Hopkins 

Mary Lou Johnson 

Jean Ann Livengood 

Mimi 'Lynch 

Betsy Brooks McGee 

Tommy Minnis 



Jane McKinney 
Edith Rawley 
Tommye Ring 
Nancy Ripple 
Mary Taylor 
Ann Voss 



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Varsity Debating Team 




The negative team won over Greensboro's affirmative at High Point April 1 , 
and the District Debate Tournament at Greensboro. Thev represented 'he 
District at Chapel Hilll, April 28 and 29. 



Glen Garrison John Peddycord Charles Rodenbough Wilfred Winstead 

Affirmative Team Negative Team 




Row I: P. Liinebaoh, W. Winstead G. Thompson. Row 2: T. Boerner, 
M. L. Johnson. J. Parsons, A. Spach. D. Weltner. S. Messick J. 
Means. Row 3: R. Hammett. M. L. Harris J. Hogins. B. McNair. 



J. Peddycord, C. Rodenbough. Row 4: Mr. Story, H. Lowet, G. Garri- 
son, P. Minor J. Perry, P. Williamson, H- McKeithan. 



DEBATING CLUB and BUSINESS STAFF 



In debating, as in football, basketball, and many 
other sports, everyone should have a clear mind and 
be ready to act at any moment. Again, as in sports, 
the goal is not to win, but to further our abilities. It 
is true that we like to win, but winning is not so 
important to us that we forget to uphold the ideals 
and principles on which our school was founded — 
honesty and fair play. If a person acquires the traits 
of alertness and fair play while participating in de- 
bates our goal will have been reached. 

Under the able leadership of Hatcher P. Story, 
who coached Reynolds to a state championship at 
Wake Forest, the club met last fall to discuss pro- ' 
jects for the year and elect officers. Those chosen 
were: John Peddycord, president; Wilfred Winstead, 
vice-president; and Harold McKeithen, secretary- 
treasurer. 

During the year the debating club sponsored many 
worthwhile projects. The first was an exhibit for the 
homecoming game, which received third place award. 
Our second undertaking was to acquire the services 
of Oscar K. Merritt, chairman of the North Carolina 
High School World Peace Speaking program. Mr. 
Merritt spoke to the combined members of debating 
clubs from Reynolds, Gray and Hanes, on the ad- 



vantages and disadvantages of World Government. 
We were able to secure Mr. Merritt only after two 
months of study on the query, Resolved: That the 
U N. Be Revised Into A Federal World Govern- 
ment. 

Our third project was co-sponsorship with the 
public speaking class in presenting their chapel pro- 
gram, "Happy Landing." The program was enjoyed 
by everyone. 

Our biggest project of the year, of course, was 
preparation of debate speeches and rebuttals by the 
members of the varsity and city triangle teams. The 
city team was composed to offer experience for be- 
ginning debaters who wish to make the varsity team 
later. If the varsity teams win their district triangle 
with Greensboro and High Point, they will be al- 
lowed to debate for the affirmative side in the state 
contest at Chapel Hill. We have good, experienced 
debaters this year to lead our school to its first State 
debating championship in years. 

The debating club has promoted sound thinking 
and public speaking and has worked for the general 
welfare of the school. 

John Peddycord, president 



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PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 



Row 1: D. Vaughn, E. Blaickwell, J. Howertion, P. Brewer. B. Sowers, 
S. M. C'odfelter. Row 2: C. Smith, N. Teague. B. J. Jefferies,, C. 
Bosworth, M. Wellls., C. Olson, N. Julian. Row 3: C. Swain, F. Gli- 



nard, R, Hobson, R. Den.'son. B, Sink, J, P-ior. Row 4. C. Winecoff, 
J. 1 nomas, D. Clinard. I. Young, R. Belinke, D. A. Heggie, E. Stockton, 




LIBRARY STAFF 



5 0w ' : J- Bagnal, Sec; P. Boesser, V. Pres.; A. Darlington. Pres.; 
b. Mauze, Treas.; Row 2: Misis Caldwell, A. L. Thompson., N. L. 
Alexander, C. Jones, L. Warren, C. Smitherman, B. Brown, N Potter 
Miss Reavis. Row 3: B. B. Barnette, B. Miller.R. E. B,owen M 



Lynch, B. Daye, C. Carpenter. J. Daye. B. McCprkle. Row 4 
Jackson. H. Mauze W. H. Hauser, J. Jones. D. Brewer 
A. Pepper, M. White, C. Lambeth. 



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KEY CLUB ACTIVITIES 



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SENIOR SERVICE CLUB 




Row I : W. Bailey, R. Calllaway. C. Coleman., C. Davis, B. DeHart, 
J. Dudley. Row 2: D. Early, J. Ferree, J. Hardie, H. Hoiton, W. Irving, 



w^, Ud !.7' R °T,- 2: ?■ Ear 'v. J- Ferree, J. Hardie, W. Irving. J. Mot- 
WoFIsohlager, Miss Weaver. 



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GIRLS' COLLEGE CLUB 




Row 1: J. A. Livengood, pres • M. L. Harris, vice-pres.; A. J. Glinard, 
celc.; V. White, treas.; D. Turner, program chm.j Row 2: P Alder- 
man, R. AJspaugh,, J. Bagnal. B Benbow, G. Bloodworth, T. Boerner. 
Row 3: A. Borvdurant, R. E. Bowen,, J. Brimley, B. Brown, M. L. 
Brown, R. Brownlow. Row 4: W. Br.ownllow, B. BurgesS), B. Bynum, 
B. Cline, S. Corretll'. J. Gtews. Riow 5: J. Crossley, L. Crouse. M. 



Cunningham, A. Darlington,, M. DeHart. P. Flynt. Row 6: F. Fuller, 
B. Gough, M. A. Guthrie, B. HaM L. Heggie, C. Hemrick. Row 7: 
S. Henderson, M. Hondros, P. Hopkins, M. Horn, B. Iv.ester, J. John- 
son. Row 8: M. L. Johnson, B. J. Kimball, B. A. Kirby, N. Lanier, 
B. Lee, M. Lynch. 


















Row 1: B. McGee, C. McGlaughon, J MeKtaney, S. J. McLean, J 
Means, B. MiMer. Row 2: D. Miller, J. Misenheimer, B. Myers S 
Nolan, L. Norwood, V. Ogle. Row 3: A. Palmer, B. Penland J Perry 
N. Potter, B. QuaWs, E. Rawley. Row 4: S. M. Reavis, M. F. Reavis 
H. Reece, B. L. Reioh, T. Ring, N. Ripple. Row 5: B. Robin. W. 



Saylor, J. Schaefer, E. Shaffner, N. Stone, M. S. Strupe Row 6: B. 
Tesch, P;. Tesh,, L. Valetos, D. Vaughn, A. Voss, M. E. Wade. Row 7: 
L. Warren, S. Watson, P. West, M. Wheeler, M. White P. White- 
heart. Row 8: A. Wilmoth, M, Wiilsoa, M. L. Wilson, A. Wright. 



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BOYS' COLLEGE CLUB 



Row 1: Mr. Peters, sponsor; B. ElMott, W. Hurst, G. Pfefferkorn, C. 
Waser, B. Hunter. Row t. P. Lewis. R. Phelps, V. Ferrell, H. Horton. 
H. Mauze, O. Tesh, J.'VHerring. Row 3: H. Hudson), S. Booke,, H. Kilrk- 



man, P. Wollschlager, P. Foster, C. Bolich, V. Goldberg. B. Acker. T. 
Kallam. 




USHERS' CLUB 



Row 1, Mr. Peters. R. Patton, G. Garrison, W. H. Hauser, R. Jackson. 
J. Jones, D. Brewer, B. Vaughn, J. Hauser, A. Spaugh, K. Taylor. 
Row 2: J. Balldridge. L. McGee. T. Miinnils, B. Henining., D. Qgburn, 
H- Mauze, G. Ballus, B. Trotman, S. Whiteheart, F. Montgomery, J. 



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Motsinger. Row 3: W. McElveen, C. Winecoff, H. Comnel|Iy, S. Brown, 
G. C. Davis, J. Thomas, E. Shore, J. Wood, R. Williams, B. Russej'l, 
G- Crone, V. Ferrell, 





OFFICE and NURSE'S ROOM PAGES, RECEPTIONISTS 



w° W «r ! , '■ L L v „ 6n 9?° d ' M - L - Wilson, T. Ring, A Strange, J. Doqgett, 
M Wilson M Taylor, M E. A'lspaugh, L. Heggie, Betty Tesh.'Row 
I: N. Hanks, L. Norwood, E. Tesh, A Bailey, G. J,oyner, S. Sosnick 



J. A. Fagg, M Jones, B. Tesch, T/. Boerner. Row 3: M. L. Johnson 
C. Linjey, B. Robinson, E. Butner, M:. L Harris, J,. Perry D Ha 
ton, A. Wright, B. Miller, C. Jones, P Bennett. 



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HALL MONITORS 



Row 1. J. Brimley. P. Shutt, F. Dallton, A. Bcimley, G. CUne M 
Revelle, B. Fulp. Row 2*. R. Teague, I. Parks, R. Ward, B. Lin- 
gle, R, Pegram, J. Hamrick, B. Moore, L. Lancaster, E. AngUin'. Row 3- 
M. Atwood, E. Carly'ie, P. Shepherd, J. Graves, B. Land, S. Correll 



J. Grupenhof. S. Wright, R. McIIroy, L. Warren. Row 4: S. Wilder, 
M. McCracken, B. Bynum, S Sosnik, C. Wester, N. Frazier, E. Fos- 
ter, J. Perry, B. Gosselin, L. Glarfc, C. McGlaug-hon. 



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FRENCH CLUB I 



Row 1: Mrs. Fearrington, Sponsor; P. Horton, R. Alspaugh, C. 
Rodenbough, C. Winecoff. Row 2: J. Bouldin, B. Walters, J. Williams, 
P. Pagett, J. Butler, R. Mcllroy, A. Piatt, R. A. Rogers, S. Fishel, 
Row 3: B. West, F. Hege, S. Teichman F. Charles, B. L. Minor, 



C. Cox, M. J. Rierson. E. Barber, C. Reynolds. Row 4: D. Sapp, 
R. Pfaff, A. Glenm, R. Gordon, W. W instead, K. Pruitt, B. Mat- 
thews, D. Qlinaxd. 




FRENCH CLUB II 



Row 1: B. Barnes, Sec; C. Kammerer, Pres.; B. Bynum, Treas.; E. 

Shore, Vfce.Pres.; Mrs. Ferrington, Sponsor. Row 2: S. Correll. A. 

Palmer, J. Crews, P. West, N. Stone, P. Tesh, M. Cunningham, B. 

Cline. Row 3: M. L. Johnson, P. Flynt, F. Fuller, M. WiJspn, J. 



McKinney, S. J. McLean, B. Tesh, N. Ripple. Row 4. B. Acker, B. 
Perkins, J. Mi;senh,eimer, P. Alderman. B. -Trotman, D. Early, E. Shaf- 
fner, B. Benbow, M. White. 



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SPANISH CLUB 



Row 1: L Decker, N. Atkins. C. West, C. Smitherman, N. Alexander, 
M. Jpyce, K. Brown, S. Johnson. Row 2: M. Daye, M, R. Linville, I 
Lmeback, C. Lin'ley. B. McCorkle, C. Jones, B. Nickerson, M. Bowers, 



P. Boesser. Row 3: M Stutts, T. Apperson, K. Taylor. B. Avery. J. 
Blackburn, S. Brown., R. Patten, H. Carter, G. Scott. 




SKETCH CLUB 



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n° W ,, : J - P ?" 13 ' J- Mc Clanahan, B. Land, C. Huff, R. Horton, J, 
D.owelll, J. Krrkman, A. Gibson. Row 2: C. Shields, R. Peebles C 
Brown, E. Carter, J. Wooten, T. Long, R. Bradley, R. Taylor Row 3- 



S. Sherman, I. Parks, J. Holland, L. Wainer, B. Reich, A. Shupinu, 
C. Kindley, S. Sosnik, P. Griffin. 



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SENIOR Y-TEENS 



Row I: A. Wright, sec, N. Ripple, int. coun., J. Perry, treas., 
A. J. Olinard, v-pres., L. Warren,, pres. Row 2. V. Ogle, B. Gough, 
S. Henderson, V. White, J.. A. Livemgood, P. Hopkins, B. Miller. 
R. E. Bpwen. A. Bondurant, T. Ring. Row 3: M. Wilson. A. Palmer. 
M. Tayllor, M. S. 'Strupe, S. Watson. D. Miller. P. A. Alderman, 
P. Whiteheart. C. McGlaughon, D. Vaughn, E. RawJey, S. B. Cun- 
ingham, A. Wilmouith, M. A. GutWrie, J. Means. M. L. Harris. 



Row 4: B. Brown, N. Lanier,. 1 J. McKinney, M. Lynch. L. Vatfetos, 
M. L. Brown, J. Crews, S. J. McLean, N. Potter, W. Bpownlow, 
J. Johnson, B. Burgess, B.- Bynum, J. Misenheimer, G. BJoodworth. 
M. L. Wilson. Rlow 5: B. A. Kirhy, J". Bagna?, J. Crossley, S. M. 
Reavis, C. Hemrick, B. Kimball, D. Turner, A. Darlington, E. Church. 
B. Reich, M. White, P. West, B. J. Myers. B. Lee, J. Schaefer, 
M. S. Wheeler. 




JUNIOR Y— TEENS 



Row 1: L. McKennie., P. Pagett, N. Coggims, V. Willkerson. P. J 
Brewer. B. Sowers, S. M. Clodfelter, A. M. Kesiler M. L. Whiteheart 
M. Ingle, S. Plint, L. Oiafh, Miss Austin. Row 2: B. Wvatti, M. I 
Rierson, B. Robinson, C. Smitherman. P. Boesser, J. Williams. J 
Alexander, M. R. Linville, B. Estep, N. LacJcy, L. Lancaster, J 
Doggett. C. Jones. Row % C. Reynolds, C. Bosworth, P. Dize. A 



Brimley, J. Grupenhof, L. Decker. J. 
S. Johnson, A. L. Tutterow, B. R. 
Walters. C. West, M. L. Alspaugh, 
Corkle, M. Bpwers. A. Kester, R. Mi 
Row 5: J. Clay, A. Strange, J. 
Allred. M. Joyce, C. Brown, J. Blac 



/Lineback, C. L 

Smith. Row 4 

N. Purvis, A. 

Ilroy, B. B. Ba 

t-ner, S. Wright 

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ndlley, E. Fishel, 

N. O'Nei'l, B. 

Bailey, B. Mc- 

rnette, B. Harris, 

D. Plaster. F. 



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SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS 



Row 1: E 
B. J. Lingle 
W. Darnell. 
K. Kiinnaird 
Hill, M. N. 
M. Boyd, R 



Mauze, pres.; A. Bowtles, v-pres.; B. Gosselin. kit. coun.; 
sec.; J. Graves, treas.; Miss Ferguson, Spotnsoor. Row 2: 

A L. Thompson, B. Tesh, S. Plint, A. Gibson, C. Cass, 
, U Joyner, J. Holyfield, F. Dajton, N. Julian, B. 
Hank, Row 3: G. Carper, G. Shaffner, I. Reins, P. Moore 

Ward. B. Webber. S. Pickett, B. Warna, R. Reid. C 



Olson N. Kooker, B. Logue, B Lo^ue. Row 4: B. Harvey, A. Crews. 
B Adams M. Atwood. M. McCracken. J. Wilder. M. Thomas. D 
Chatham B Cox. E. Adkms, D EHife, G. Crews, P. DeuscMe. D. Allen 
P. Shepherd, Row 5: J Davis N. J. Boha-.non, M. Klein. A. Fin- 
lator. P Clark, M. Jones, B.C. Warren. "P. Bennett. S. A. Hudson. 

nik n R, ' D C ^fv"' B - ReicH ' B - Corb «^ J- King, S. Sos- 
nik, LI. Blair, P. Williams. 




FRESHMAN HI-Y 



Row 1: D. 



Stanley, J. Smith,., G. Thompson, D. Fowler. B. Hoover, 
V. Julian, B. Allen. Row 2: D. Swain, P. Boojce, J. Turner. 



u J 'M H v g -1 S ' I ^ H ?, r r t ' B - Alked - Row 3: E - Gaines, G. Yode 
H. McKelthen, D. Watson. L. Shepard, D. Ray, T. Schult'z. 



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JUNIOR HI-Y 



Row 1: R. Patten, C. Winecoff, B. Smith, F. Charles, R. Moser. 
H. Connelly. Row 2: G. Crone, D. Ogburn, R. Jackson, O. Gordon, 



G. Garrison, J. Wooten. Row 3. B. Middlleton, H. Watkins, E. Shore, 
D. Clilnard, H. Lpwet. 




SOPHOMORE HI-Y 



Row 1: W. Winstead, J. Olgesby, H. Smitherman, P. Smiitherman, 
B. Hoover, S. Miller, J. Harris. L. Clark. Row 2: J. Crews, B. 
Mattisipn, I. E. Martin, B. Martin, B. Dalton. J. Wildman, R. 
Luckenback. Row 3: H. Lowrance, C. Carpenter H. ShiiDl, T. Long, 



P. Bobo, J. Bradley, E. Warren, R. Wh'itson. Row 4: R. Mick'le. 
B. Byerly, R. Guthrie, G. Hudson, E. McCutcheon, D, Roberts, G. 
Buzzard, S. Jones, 



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SENIOR HI-Y 








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E. Goodman, v-pres. 

B. DeHatt, sec. 

C. Kammerer, treas. 
T. Mininis, chaplain 




T. Ka'llam 

H. Mauze 

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K. Taylor 
R. Vaughn 
E. Whaling 
R. Williams 
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Row 1: Miss Gox, N. Koontz, treas.; B. Bodenheimer sec; R. Hammett, 
pres.;. C. Elfltott. repeater; D. Cranfill. v-pres. (absent;) Miss Dobson, 
Row 2: J. Little. V. BeM, B. Fulp, O. FuUtz, J. Maner. Row 3: N. 



Biwgess, D. Shepherd. E. Mahaffey, L. Lumlley, P Tatura, A. HufF, 
E. Foster. Row 4: M Richardson, C. Martta, D. DaVi-s, R. Masten, 
J. Michael W. Key, R. Reece, P. WiMiams. 



COMMERCIAL CLUB 



The Future Business Leaders of America is a na- 
tional organization and is sponsored in North 
Carolina by the School of Business Administration 
and Secretarial Science of North Carolina Woman's 
College. The club at Reynolds, which was the third 
club to be organized in the state, was started in 1947 
under the sponorship of Miss Dobson and Miss Cla- 
rice Snelson. 

The officers of the Future Business Leaders of A- 
merica for the 1948-1949 school term were Ronald 
Hammett, president; Dorris Cranfill, vice-president; 
Ann Huff, secretary; and Nancy Koontz, treasurer. 

The programs for the year have to be approved by 
national headquarters. Business men have been in- 
vited both years to club meetings to talk on what 
business requires of a high school Commercial grad- 
uate. Some of the topics of their talks were "Apply- 
ing For a Job," "Personal Adjustments That Must 
Be Made Upon Entering the Business World" and 
"The Use of Leisure Time." 

The highlight of this year was a trip to the Win- 



ston-Salem Chamber of Commerce. The set-up and 
function of the organization was explained to the 
members of the club by Mr. P. B. Raiford. 

A charter for the Future Business Leaders of A- 
merica will be given to the Reynolds club by N. C. 
Woman's College when it has conformed to certain 
regulations. The club's plan for the year, a list of the 
members and the club's constitution must be submit- 
ted and passed on by national headquarters before a 
charter is granted. 

The Future Business Leaders of America hold their 
weekly meetings every Thursday morning under the 
sponsorship of Miss Anna Lula Dobson, who is head 
of the Commercial department, and Miss Mary Cox, 
a commercial teacher at Reynolds High School. The 
club's membership of thirty-five is taken from the 
students selecting commercial courses. 

This club, which is one of the most active organi- 
zations at Reynolds, will be effective in helping our 
Commercial students to be Future Business Leaders 
of America. 



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The Luxury Liner — all in perfect harmony 



DANCE ORCHESTRA 




Row 1: S. Lacy pianisit; A. Harris. 3rd renpr; T. Coppedge. 1st tenor; 
r\ Irogden, 2nd tenor; S. Miller. 2nd trombone; C. Kammerer. 1st 



trombone. Row 2: F. Montgomery, 1st trumpet; D. Pfaff, 3rd trum- 
pet: D. Grimes, 2nd trumpet; C. Coleman, string bass. J. Krusz,' drums. 




B" BAND 



Row 1: D. Harris, S. L. Reynolds, majtorette, M. Halll. Row 2- M 
Cairmichael W. Davis. B. Boyer, J. K. Martin, M. Allred, J. A. Hawn' 
S. Hinkle, S, Messilck, P. Blum. D. Boyd, Row 3: J. A. Caqle' 
R. Covington. D. Hampton, B. Gibson, D. Hill, M. N. Meronev 



G Bondurant, J. Sheets. J. West, J. D. Dixon. Row 4: P. Hearn 

J. R._ Bartholomew. B. J. Ward. W. Webb. D. Blackburn, A. Griffin' 

L. Kinney. B. Black, E. Meriman. E. Wolff. Row 5: M McCalll 

J. Hall. 



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GIRLS GLEE CLUB 





GIRLS' BEGINNING VOICE 

Row 1: Miss Highsmiith, N. Normis,,, L. Westbrook, P. Hodge, Row 3: S. L. Poindexter, S. L. Reynolds). C. Wester, J. Youiag, J A 

2: B. Adams, S. Plint, P. Willilams, M. Wooten, W. Foster. Row Hamrkk, K. McGee, N. Peteisor,. 




INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC 



Row 1 :D. Chappell, A. L. Thompson S. Lacy, R. Bean, N. Lackey, 
N. Apperson. S. Fishel. G. Pappas, J. Cruse. Row 2-. A. Harris 
L. Gibson, D. Jones, W. Bailey, H. Wainer, J. Cook, S. Midler, 



P. O'Brien, D. Grimes. Row 3: Mr. Mayer', W. Thompson, D. Angell, 
H. TilUey, F. Griffith, H. Watkins, J. Krusz, F. Charles, K. Pruitt. 
D. Pfaff. 



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SPORTS ABOARD 





CHEERLEADERS 

Left to right. A. Wright. B. Miller, C. Jones, O. Tesh D. Mitchell, E. Whaling, chief;. J. Bagnal, R. E. Bowen, A. Bonduiant. 



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FOOTBALL SQUAD 



Row 1: Coach Kirk. G. Scott, B. Coleman, W. Hurst. B. Russetll 
D. Avera, L. Cox, H. Lowet, C. Davis, B. Barnes, J. Motstoger,' 
Coach Tandy. Row 2: J. King, B. Sampson, L. Paschall, L. McGee. 
A. Spaugh, J. Reins, C. Avera, R. Patten, B. Correill, F. Montgomery. 
Row 3: G. Ballus, T. Neilson, S. Ridenhour. J. Baldiidge, B. Henning 



B. Vaughn, R. Williams. J. Grubbs. W. Dentiste, J. Vogel. Row 4: 
G. Pfeffierkorn, mgr.j H. Mauze. C. Kammerer, E. Goodman, D Brewer 
T. Sanders, L. Roberts, J. Jones, J Cunningham, F. Sale, mgr.; Row 5: 
D Sapp, K Avera, S. Stuart, C. Goodara, C. Crater, J. Moore, J. 
Wheeling, D. Ogbunn, P. Ingle. 



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BOYS' BASKETBALL 

Row 1 Coach Beach; R. Moser: P. Ingle: J. Hauser, Caicaini; W. H. son, C. Davis. Row 3: C. Kammerer. D. Brewer T. Fraz'-ir, T. 

Hauser; L. Roberts; J. Moore; R. Chappel, manager. Ro / 2 C. Good- ker. Row 4: E. Morris, Captain; J. Dudley; E. Shore. 




GIRLS' BASKETBALL 

Row 1: Mis. Jones, coach; V. White, manager; J. Crossley. co-captain; Row 3: P. Boesser N. Cofer, J. A. Lwengood, A. Chambers. Row 

T. Boerner. captain; A. Votes, manager. Row: 2. M. Dayei, S. Noland. E, Biitner. 




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Row 1 : Coach Beach, B. Lynch, E 
Goodson, J. Moore, R. Henning, J 



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J. Fritts, 
C. Crater 



BASEBALL 

Chapptle C. T. Chappie. J. Smiti . 



J. Mlotsinger, 



B.. Smith, Coach Kirk. Row 2: R. Pfaff, W. H. Hauser. J. WbieeW 
b. btuairt, T. Saunders, J. Cunningham, V. Goldberg/, R. Chappell C. 
Kammerer, L. McGee. E. Shore. Row 3: Mgr. B. Linebach, S. Rol'lins 



Gams,, J. Perry,, B. Shelton, L. 



<■>• Gibson, J. 

Smith, J. Hall, D. Reece. Row 4: Mgr. G. Yoeder. D. Fowler* D 
Goodson, K. Prudtt, L. Carter. J. White,. S. Saunders. R. Lawrence, S. 
Bondurant, B. Gibson,, S. Johnson. Row 5: O. HiW, H. McKeithan D 
Daugherty, E. Lehman, R. Morris, B. Sprinkle. 






Row I; Heilen Reece. Margaret Daye. Row 2: Nola Teag,u 
Webber, Peggy Thomas, Elsie BlackweM. Row 3: Pat Boesser:, mqr 



SOFTBALL 

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Emily Butner, Betty Lou Andrews, Shirley Nolan, Trilby Bcerner 
Lucille Crouse, Norma Cofer, Sue Henderson, mgr. 




Row 1: E. Goodman, Sec; L. McGee, Pres.; Mr. Tandy, Sponsor; 
Mr. Phi'o, Sponsor; D. Brewer, Vice-Pres.; J. Dudley Ttfeas.; Row 2: 
J. Ferree, B. Henning, L. Roberts, J. Fritts, S. Ridenhour, B. Coleman. 
Row 3: C. Goodsort, J. Vogiel. F. Montgomery, S. Whifceheart, D. Hill, 



J. Motsinger. Row 4: J. Jones, J. Moore, C. Karnmerenr, R. Jackson 
T. Saunders, J, White. Rpw 5: W. Dentiste, J. Hauser, J. Reins, G. 
Ballus, B. Russell, G. McCraaken. Row 6. D. Sapp. E. Morris L. 
Cox., F. Trogdon, R. Williams, B. Goirrell. 



BOYS' MONOGRAM CLUB 



The Monogram Club is composed of boys who 
have participated in varsity activities and have re- 
ceived their letter in one or more high school sports. 
These boys have upheld the high standards of clean 
living and good sportsmanship and have thus proven 
themselves to be worthy of being a member. Re- 
cently a new amendment to the club constitution 
has been made which says that membership may be 
awarded to varsity managers by two-thirds vote 
of the club. Also honorable membership may be a- 
v/arded by a similar vote. 

This year the club was under the new leadership 
of John Tandy and Leonard Philo. Tandy, a former 
North Carolina star, is head football coach and Philo, 
head track coach. 

The group elected as its president, Lawrence 
McGee; as vice-president, David Brewer; as secre- 
tary, Ed Goodman; and as treasurer, Joe Dudley. 

The club took an active part in the student activi- 
ties and teamed with other clubs to put across im- 
portant projects. During Christmas, they put up 



Christmas trees in both courts, and painted a large 
Merry Christmas sign to hang over the landing. Also 
during Christmas they went from house to house 
collecting food for the needy people. At the home- 
coming football game with High Point, they entered 
a float showing a Demon roasting a Bison over a 
hot fire. 

New members were inducted in January. Each 
boy had to wear at least one article of the uniform 
he first won his letter in. Football helmets, baseball 
shirts and caps dominated the halls. They were al- 
lowed to speak to no one. except teachers during the 
day and at lunch they were lined up and viewed by 
the school. 

Following this, the club had a social at Roaring 
Gap where the new members had to cut wood and 
wait on the rest of the club. 

The club meets every Thursday at the designated 
period and a program is usually planned before each 
meeting. 



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D. Master, 
N. Stone, 
P. DeuscM 
D. Miller, 
B. Logue, I 
S. Sbsnik, 
Revelle, B 



Voss, Pres. (absent); T. Whfte. V-Pres.; E. Butoer Sec • 

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V ' I K > ^ ' J ' W ' 1I: 'ams. A. Palmer. A. Chambers 

e J K.PB. G. Crews, D. Allen, M. Daye, E. BlackweH 

S r Henderson Row 3: N. Teague. B. Robm. B. Logue 

' S Sett E Re r yn '° t' M M L T' y - S - MeSSick ' N - Coffer 
McCorkl? T h rl S' e ' ?. Coggin. P. Boesser. M. 
McCorkle,. J. Clay. Row 4: J. Means, M. L. Harris, 



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Row 1 : S. Henderson 



SOCCER TEAM 



A ru' T He S d " SOn ' ca P f -' E - Butner, co-capt.; Row 2: 

H Ru^el^A pT eSh L W D illlams ' E " Blackwdll. Row 3: 
n. Kussell, A. Palmer, M. Bowers S M.oc^i, m c.._. 



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3. Robinson. 

D. Plaster. 

N. Stone M. Daye. 



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A pallet of paint and imagination 

Chow line 

Three Mugs and a Brush 

Cream of the crop 

Men of distinction— to beard or not to beard 

Blackbeard — Trotman's brainchild 

Woodwork Shop— A woody- woodpecker's dream 



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CO-MATE MARY LOUISE WILSON 
REYNOLDS 



Judged by: 

Lieutenant Commander Robert M. Laird Ir 
Lieutenant Commander Alec Nadina ' ' 

Lieutenant J. B. Goslen 

(Naval Reserve Training Center) 



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GRAY PROPHECY 
OF THE CLASS OF 49 

WHO-O-OO! WHO-OO! the 
whistles of the big luxury liner, U. S. 
S. Futuro, blew as we elbowed our 
way through the milling crowds on 
the pier. We ascended the gangplank 
just as the call, "ALL ABOARD!" 
rang from the lips of Boatswain Bill 
Davis. 

The ship, headed around the world 
via the Panama Canal, Honolulu, 
Singapore, Suez, and Gibraltar, left 
New York right on schedule at 7:00 
o'clock P. M„ June 14, 1969. 

As our vessel put out into the open 
sea, we waved goodbye to the statue 
of Anna Frances Morgan, winner of 
the Nobel Peace Prize. The Statue of 
Liberty had been ordered moved to 
Washington by the United States 
President, J. V. Pettyjohn. 

Feeling a bit drowsy, we interrupt- 
ed Chief Steward James Gorsuch to 
ask him the way to our stateroom, 
cabin 216, a number which seemed 
vaguely familiar. 

The first night out we ate in the 
ship's tremendous dining hall, where 
we had the honor of sitting at Cap- 
tain Charles Newsome's table. After- 
dinner music was furnished by Jack 
Daniels and his octet, consisting of 
J. T. Hauser at the piano; Eva Mae 
Myers at the drums; Raymond Weir 
and Johnny Sexton, playing trumpets; 
Bobby Scott, the trombone; Lorene 
Tesh, playing clarinet; and James Wim- 
bish and Marquita Linville, exercising 
the vocal cords. 

As morning dawned again, we were 
stricken with acute seasickness, which 
was promptly treated by the ship's 
doctor, Jim McDaniel, and the nurse, 
Emma Mills. 

The passage through the Panama 
Canal was uneventful, with the excep- 
tion of our ship's picking up a cargo 
of bananas from the Bobby Robinson 
Plantation. These were marked for 
shipment to the Hawaiian branches of 
the Richard Sheetz Super Markets, 
Inc. 

On deck one day, striking up a con- 
versation with world traveler Lucille 
Baynes, we learned who some of our 
fellow passengers were. On board 
were Dick Sale, professional football 
star; Wynona Bowman, headed for 
China to continue her missionary 
work; Johnny Fletcher, salesman for 
the Jeanne Threatt Television Set 
Company; and Betty Felker, who is 
gathering material for her new book, 
"Seasick." 

Well across the Pacific Ocean we 
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'!o Ann Lofiin Faces Life," whiclr 
was interrupted by news commenta- 
tor Irvin Grigg. He informed us that 
Barbara Bledsoe and Clara Johnson 
had become the first two people to 
reach the moon. The great chemists 
were experimenting with a new ex- 
plosive invented by Professor Davie 
Bolin, of Baucom College, a new in- 
stitute of learning endowed by mill- 
ionaires Ralph Polore and Marcus 
Crotts, and named for its first presi- 
dent, Mollie Baucom. 

At Honolulu, Hawaii, we went 
ashore while our ship had some me- 
chanical defects repaired by Curt 
Sprinkle and Bill Chatman of the 
Sprinkle and Chatman We-Fix-It 
Company. 

The first place we visited was Wai- 
kiki Beach. Here we attended the an- 
nual Missi Bathing Beauty Contest, in 
which were entered Wanda Bowman, 
Willa J|ean Gregory, and Peggy Mc- 
Clain. The judge of the contest, Ru- 
dolph Perryman, was so dazed by the 
feminine pulchritude that he was un- 
able to give his opinion. After the con- 
test we were; introduced to the presi- 
dent of the Sink Surf-Board Company, 
Mary Lou Sink, and to her chief dem- 
onstrator,. Bobby Heath. 

Following re-embarkation, we at- 
tended a variety show in the auditor- 
ium of the Futuro. First on the pro- 
gram was magician Bill Griffin, who 
demonstrated some of his original 
card tricks. Next we saw Mademoi- 
selle Peggy Scales and her ballet 
troupe dance to the music of compos- 
er Donald Cude. Concluding the ent- 
ertainment was impersonator Jimmy 
Sink. 

On our voyage we kept up with 
world happenings, not only with ra- 
dio and television, but with the daily 
issues of Willard's Winston - Salem 
Wisdom, whose editor, Sara Willard, 
was most renowned for her outspok- 
en opinions on international affairs. 
The papers were flown to the ship 
each day by Pilot Carolyn Jarvis of 
the Jimmy Sanders Air Freight Com- 
pany. 

In this paper we read from Colum- 
nist Carolyn Edwards' movie revues 
that Mildred Dietz and Bill Willard 
were co-starred in Producer Gilbert 
Kitchen's latest release, "Gone with 
the Breeze." The screen story was 
written by Edna Stanley. We also 
read that Pauline Cude and Barbara 
Clark had tied for first place in the 
"Year's Most Happily Married Wom- 
an" contest. 

At Singapore we were on hand at 
the opening of a branch agency of the 
Dewilla Sale Super Sales, Inc., Olds- 
mobile distributors. This business was 
housed in a mile-high skyscraper, de- 
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for 

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and 

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and built by the Kenneth Walker En- 
gineering Company. The inside of the 
building reflected the master touch of 
Mary Ellen Smith, interior decorator. 
While in this city, we visited the Joe 
Bowman Health Club, where on the 
golf course Nowassa Hege and Mar- 
gie DeViney were vying for the wom- 
en's championship. Here we saw 
Charles Bullings, executive of the Bul- 
lings Bubble Bath Company. Before 
leaving Singapore we enjoyed a de- 
lightful meal at Browning's Beavery, 
an exclusive night club run by Re- 
becca Browning. 

When we arrived at Suez, our next 
port of call, we were greeted by a 
new passenger, Coach Bobby Fesper- 
man, who had spent a year in the 
Near East teaching Egyptians how to 
play football. 

Having entered the Mediterranean 
Sea, we began to pick up European 
broadcasts on our television receiv- 
ers. One of these, Nancy Beck's "Pro- 
gramme de Francais" illustrated the 
proficiency of the Mistress of Cere- 
mony. In her show she introduced two 
leading Parisian dress designers, Hel- 
en Hester and Phyllis Calloway. Their 
newest creations were modeled by 
Barbara Castevens, Peggy Ernest, and 
Helen McCoin. We also viewed Mar- 
garet Bodsford's famous play, "Elev- 
enth Night," starring Barbara Hem- 
rick and Ralph Johnson. The program 
was picked up by Bobby Markland's 
video network. 

After cruising a short while, we 
sighted Gibraltar. Here, after disem- 
barkation, we visited Carol Hutchins 
and Carolyn Lewis Beeson, who were 
vacationing after winning the women's 
swimming, broad jump, and pole vault 
titles in the 1968 Olympic Games. 

Having run out of spending money, 
we cashed our remaining travelers' 
checks at Ed Poindexter's bank, 
where tellers Betty Everhart and Peg- 
gy Johnson told us that the city was 
the residence of Jean Hanes, whose 
latest book, "Paradise Found," was 
the current best seller. 

While spending several nights at 
Gibraltar, we found accommodations 
at the Hailey Hostelry, where Propriet- 
or Grover Hailey explained to us that 
the only reason he had room for us 
was that United States Secretary of 
State Joy Bassett and Senator Marian 
Vaden had canceled their reservations. 

After buying souvenirs at Bettye 
Myers' Curio Shoppe, we called at 
the business offices of Oerter Oranges, 
Inc., only to be told by the secretary, 
Martha Alspaugh, that the owner, 
Neil Oerter, was detained at one of 
his Spanish citrus plantations. 

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home. About a thousand miles out into 
the Atlantic Ocean we sighted the 
huge S. T. S. Floating Department 
Store. We later learned that the ini- 
tials stood for the last names of the 
owners, Shirley Saige, Betty Trout- 
man, and Ella Mae Stout. Their chief 
cashier, Flora Stella Ball, explained 
to us that the owners decided on a 
floating store in mid-ocean because of 
the lack of competition there. 

We had a gala reception upon our 
return to New York. First we had a 
conference with Rosajane Parks, the 
journalist, by whom it is a great honor 
to be interviewed. After this, we at- 
tended a banquet given us by Bobby 
Holleman, steamship company presi- 
dent. On this occasion the mayor, 
Flossie Krites, gave us the key td the 
city. After being honor guests at a 
fete in the palatial home of Betty 
Reeves, socialite, we fairly dropped 
from exhaustion into our suites at the 
Joe Cole Country Club. 

At home again we settled back 
down to a quiet life, which was en- 
riched by the memories of our voyage 
on the Future Never to be forgotten 
were the days we had spent on ship- 
board. In the future when we think of 
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Our Class Ship set sail in Septem- 
ber, 1945, with its bow point toward 
the Port of Graduation, situated at 
the; end of Senior Land. Our purpose 
was to find service at each new place 
we reached. 

Having begun our venture on the 
Sea of Learning, our first stop was at 
Freshman Land, where several mem- 
bers served as superintendents. Sara 
Willard was superintendent of the 
Interior Department; Neil Oerter and 
Mollie Baucom, Lost and Found; and 
Buck Adams and Irvin Grigg, Check- 
ing Department. Dramateers that year 
were Rosajane Parks, Anna Morgan, 
Margaret Bodsford, Mollie Baucom, 
Irvin Grigg, and J. T. Hauser. Mollie 
Baucom won the Americanism Con- 
test. 

With happy memories we left the 
Freshman Dock and all too soon 
reached Sophomore Island where the 
crew became busily engaged in ser- 
vice. Sara Willard was elected sec- 
retary of the student body. Members 
of our class inducted into the Masque 
and Gavel were Anna Morgan, Rosa- 
jane Parks, Mollie Baucom, and Irvin 
Grigg. Emma Mills was a second 
string cheerleader. Peggy McClain 
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the Queen's Court for the Piedmont 
Bowl game. Sara was also associate 
editor of the Gray Light. Debaters 
from our class were Rosajane Parks, 
Anna Morgan, and Mollie Baucom.- 

Eagerly the passengers on our 
Class Ship watched for the horizon of 
Junior Peninsula. Docking at the har- 
bor there shortly afterwards, officers 
of the combined junior classes were 
president, J. V. Pettyjohn; vice-presi- 
dent, Franklin White; secretary, Wan- 
da Bowman; treasurer, Betty Felker. 
Sara Willard was elected vice-presi- 
dent of the school. Margaret Bods- 
ford was inducted into the Masque and 
Gavel. Charles Bullings and Bobby Fes- 
perman were named football players 
of the week. Jean Hanes won the spot 
contest for Forsyth County in the 
Community Chest Campaign. Barbara 
Bledsoe was named secretary and 
treasurer of the N. C. Library Pupil 
Assistant Association. Sara WiHard 
was chosen as managing editor of the 
Gray Light; Ed Poindexter, business 
manager; Jo Ann Loflin, associate ed- 
itor; Polly Cude, girls' sports editor; 
Carolyn Edwards, exchange editor. 
During our second semester on Junior 
Peninsula the class was represented 
by two members as officers of the 
school. They were Ed Poindexter, 
vice-president; and Dewilla Sale, cor- 
responding secretary. Senior marsh- 
als for the year were Wanda Bow- 
man, chief; Wynona Bowman, Mil- 
dred Dietz, Sara Willard, Betty Ever- 
hart, and Betty Felker. There were 
nine members of our class who were 
inducted into the National Honor So- 
ciety. They were Joy Bassett, Mollie 
Baucom, Jean Hanes, Emma Mills, 
Anna Morgan, Rosajane Parks, Betty 
Reeves, Dewilla Sale, and Sara Wil- 
lard. Irvin Grigg, Bobby Scott, and 
Charles Newsome were chosen to go 
to Boys' State and Sara Willard to 
Girls' State. 

After four years of travel on the 
Sea of Learning with stops at various 
lands, we finally reached our last port 
on September 29, 1948, when we set 
foot on Senior Land. How proud we 
felt marching to assembly last to oc- 
cupy the front seats! We realized that 
we would have never reached this 
destination without the help and guid- 
ance of all our pilots. Many times the 
crew wanted to turn back to the Land 
of Ignorance, but our teacher co- 
pilots were always there to show us 
the straight course of bigger and bet- 
ter opportunities at our destination. 

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john president of the student organ- 
ization. Sara Willard was editor/-in- 
chief of the Gray Light, and Jo Ann 
Loflin, associate editor. Franklin 
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vice-president, Carolyn Edwards; sec- 
retary and treasurer, Martha Al- 
spaugh. Two members were officers of 
the Masque and Gavel: Irvin Grigg, 
president; and Rosajane Parks, vice- 
president. Cheerleaders from the sen- 
ior class were Sara Willard, chief; 
J. V. Pettyjohn, Emma Mills, Anna 
Morgan, and Peggy McClain. 

An officer of the Key Club from the 
class was J. V. Pettyjohn, president. 
Other members of the club were Irvin 
Grigg, Dick Sale, Bobby Markland, 
Joe Cole, and Bobby Fesperman. J(oe 
Cole and Bobby Fesperman were also 
selected to play on the N. C. team in 
the Shrine Bowl game. Sara Willard 
was chosen D. A. R. Representative. 
Dick Sale and Bobby Fesperman were 
co-captains of the football team. Joe 
Cole, Dick Sale, and Bobby Fesper- 
man were selected for the All Con- 
ference Team. 

Our senior class officers were Ed 
Poindexter, president; Dick Sale, vice- 
president; Betty Reeves, secretary; 
and Bobby Scott, treasurer. Super- 
latives chosen were best looking, Mil- 
dred Dietz and Bill Willard; biggest 
flirts, Polly Cude and Bobby Mark- 
land; wittiest, Nowassa Hegie and 
Ralph Johnson; most popular, Sara 
Willard and Dick Sale; best sports, 
Polly Cude and Joe Cole; most ath- 
letic, Carol Hutchins and Bobby Fes- 
perman; most intellectual, Dewilla 
Sale and Franklin White; most likely 
to succeed, Mollie Baucom and Frank 
White; best all around, Wanda Bow- 
man and Ed Poindexter. 

Class day officers elected were tes- 
tator, Irvin Grigg; prophet, Franklin 
White; historian, Mollie Baucom. 
Mascots for the senior class were Rita 
Clark and Danny Gray Nicks'. The. 
Blue and Gold was dedicated to Miss 
Alma Woodmore. Those inducted into 
the National Honor Society 1 during 
their senior year were Carolyn Ed- 
wards, Carol Hutchins, Marian Vad- 
en and Frank White. Wanda Bow- 
man was voted the prettiest girl from 
the senior class. 

Now that our Class Ship has com- 
pleted its last voyage, we look back 
on the rough and the smooth seas and 
know that we are now better equipped 
to settle on the Land of Accomplish- 
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GRAY LAST WILL 
AND TESTAMENT 
OF THE CLASS OF 49 

We, the 1949 senior class of James 
A. Gray High School, having healthy 
bodies, being of keenest intellect, and 
realizing the time of our departure 
from this place of learning is drawing 
nigh, do declare this to be our last 
will and testament. 

ARTICLE I 

Section I. To our beloved principal, 
Mr. J), A. Woodward, we give our ut- 
most appreciation for the many hours 
of service which he has so willingly 
given. 

Section II. To Miss Mary Miller 
Knox and Mrs. Carrie Mae Allgood 
we leave our never-ceasing gratitude 
for helping us over the rough places 
in our senior year. 

Section III. Wei express our sincere 
thanks to all members of the faculty 
for the interest they have taken in us. 

Section IV. Our places in Miss Mo- 
selle Stephenson's senior English 
class, we relinquish to the junior class, 
who we hope will strive to uphold the. 
excellent marks which we have made 
in this subject. 

ARTICLE II 

Section I. Bill Willard leaves his 
good looks and that "way with the 
women" to Jackie Craven. 

Section II. Joe Bowman wills his 
fine record of having a six years' stay 
at Gray to Larry Childress. 

Section III. To Jimmy Messick, 
Marcus Crotts leaves his distinction 
of having the best-looking car at Gray. 

Section IV. Rosajane Parks has de- 
cided to leave) her sweet smile to Pat 
Petree. 

Section V. To John Stewart goes 
Franklin White's dry sense of humor, 
with all corny jokes included. 

Section VI. Dewilla Sale, Bobby 
Scott, Nancy Beck, and Johnny Sex- 
ton give their red hair to Bobby Beck. 

Section VII. Dick Sale, fullback, 
turns over a job well done to Steve 
Brunt and Don Clark. 

Section VIII. Mildred Dietz, Wan- 
da) Bowman, and Betty Ann Ever- 
hart, leave their good looks to Ann 
Crockett, Joan Robinson, and Jane 
Newsome (Not that they need any 
help). 

Section IX. Sara Willard wills her 
lovely personality to Juanita Bruce 
with this advice, "Watch the co-cap- 
tain of the football team; it may be 
worth while." 

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Section XI. To Eleanor Rights, 
Martha Alspaugh bequeaths her char- 
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Section XII. Carol Hutchins wills 
her athletic abilities to Emily Carter 
in hope that she will lead the teams 
to victory. 

Section XIII. Jo Ann Loflin leaves 
her "come hither" eyes to Nancy 
Slater. 

Section XIV. Bill Griffin wills to 
Pat Wilson that strong right arm 
which he uses to beat the bass drum. 

Section XV. To Kenneth Grigg, 
Mollie Baucom bequeaths her supe- 
rior intellect. 

Section XVI. Barbara Hemrick and 
Marquita Linville leave their nightin- 
gale voices to Gloria Hartle and Jean 
Miller. 

Section XVII. Charlie Bullings, our 
little halfback, bequeaths his speed to 
Cotton Weisner. 

We hereby appoint our friends, 
Miss Mary Miller Knox and Mrs. 
Carrie Mae Allgood, executrixes of 
this our last will and testament. 

In witness whereof, we affix our 
seal this fourteenth day of June, in the 
year, one thousand nine hundred and 
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a seat and began talking over old times. 
I asked Bob if he had run across any 
of the old gang. Bob said that there 
were a few of them staying at the 
hotel. I was tickled to hear this and 
decided to call on a few of them to 
see what they were doing for them- 
selves. 

My first visit was with Jiimmy Me- 
cum, who said he was now with Ring- 
ling Brothers Circus doing a! dare- 
devil act on the high wire. I asked 
him if he wasn't scared that he might 
fall. He told me there was nothing to 
be scared of while Nick John was 
waiting to catch him. He also said 
that Nick had a job wrestling with 
Gargantua during the main perform- 
ance. 

Jim invited me to visit the circus 
while they were staying in Florida for 
the winter. I accepted his invitation, 
shook his hand, and left for my room. 
In my room I decided to order some 
coffee. I rang for the bellhop and to 
my surprise in walked Carl Freeman. 
Carl said that he was working off a 
debt he had owed Bob in school. 

The next morning I got up bright 
and early, for Jim said that he and 
Alton Tilley had to be down at the 
circus lot first, so they could give the 
animals their breakfast. 

Arriving there I told Jim I would 
look around to see if I could find 
anything of interest. Walking through 
the main tent, I saw my good pal 
Homer Quate, lifting weights over his 
head. While talking to Homer, I gath- 
ered some interesting information. I 
learned that Paul Simos was now the 
owner of a stock car race track and 
that "Nookie" Carroll was doing the 
driving. I also learned that Anne Rat- 
terree was tuning pianos, and Jolleen 
Whitaker was teaching girls on "How 
to get your man." 

Leaving Homer I strolled on farth- 
er to the end of the tent when some- 
thing flew by my head. I learned later 
that it was onlv Arvin Dunnagan the 
new "Human Cannon Ball." 

Checking out of the hotel the next 
day. I decided that the next stoo would 
be New York City. I arrived 1 there 
the next morning and Found a lovely 
room and decided to take a nap, when 
I heard a loud voice calling out, "Ex- 
tra! Extra!" I opened my window and 
saw that it was Bill Poindexter. 

After purchasing a paper, I 
came back to my room to read the 
news. Turninq to the obituary column, 
I saw that Bob Hale was now the 
proprietor of a respectful funeral home 
and Barbara Peatross was his recep- 
tionist. I also found another interest- 
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Phyllis Plemmons, and Betty Bowman 
had just signed a ten-year contract 
with the Mitchell Models, owned by 
Don Mitchell. 

On the front page I saw that Bill 
Joe Davis was running for state sena- 
tor in South Carolina. Coming to the 
sports page, I saw that Jack Cooke 
was testing footballs for the Chapman 
Football Manufacturing Company, 
owned by "Bobbie" Chapman. I also 
found that Jim Stevenson was repair- 
ing torn basketball nets. On the edi- 
torial page I dicovered that Carl Hin- 
shaw was writing an article on "Love 
or No Love." 

Finishing the paper, I left for a visit 
up Broadway. On a big neon sign 1 
saw where Hugh Holder was now the 
world's greatest juggling artist. I met 
Hugh behind stage and had a brief 
talk with him. I learned that Edith 
Tillotson and Betty Lou Crawford 
had just taken up woman wrestling, 
and that Nan Kirby, Margaret Hol- 
comb, Nancy Kirby, Jean Lewis, Faye 
Swain, and Luanne Hightshoe were 
building a human pyramid nightly at 
Radio City Music Hall. 

The next morning I decided to 
make a brief visit to the zoo. Here I 
found Dick Wright and Kenneth Bla- 
kely washing animal cages. I had a 
talk with the boys and found that 
Conrad West was now Americas' 
number one bring-them back alive 
hero. I also learned that Bill Davis 
was working as a taxidermist. 

As I was leaving the 200, 1 met Bob 
Rikard, who said that he was now 
working for the New York Times 
newspaper. He also said that Norman 
Tillotson was the editor-in-chief and 
that Norman had just assigned him 
to a job to cover a story on "Butch ' 
Williams, who was going to go over 
the Niagara Falls in a barrel. 

After having such pn interesting 
time in New York, I decided to leave 
for another part of my vacation.) I 
arrived in Dallas, Texas, the next aft- 
ernoon, feeling hungry and tired. While 
walking toward a restaurant, I noticed 
a big sign which read, Preston Pool 
Parlor — Herman Preston, Proprietor. 
Feeling that I should have a talk with 
Herman while in town, I went in and 
found Frances Rucker working as a 
rack girl. 

The Texas Longhorns were playing 
a football game that day, so I bought 
myself a ticket and found a seat. 
While watching the game, I heard 
someone yelling, "Peanuts! Popcorn' 
Hotdogs!" I looked around and found 
that it was Barbara Dull, who said 
she was working to send herself 
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my room. When arriving at my hotel, 
I met one of my old pals, Bill Cov- 
ington. He said that he was the new 
mayor of the city and that he was 
soon quitting so he could team up with 
Jo Ann Combs, who was in the used 
car business. I also learned that Vir- 
ginia Sprinkle had just won the beauty 
contest of America and was planning 

to marry Raymond Boggs, the coach 

of the Texas Longhorns. 

As Bill and I were crossing a street, 
I noticed a familiar face. It was that 
of Marlene Muller who said that she 
was walking across the United States 
for her health. 

That evening I had just settled 
down and was listening to the radio, 
when a special announcement came 
over the wires. It stated that Peggy 
Newell had just been given the Acad- 
emy Award for the best actress of the 
year. After the announcement I turn- 
ed to some music which was being 
sung by Robert Stone, who was now 
the Americas' number one crooner. 

After leaving Texas that night, I 
arrived in California the next morn- 
ing. While in California, I learned 
that Pat Perkins was playing with 
"Straight Shot" Gibson in cowboy 
pictures. I also learned that Gene 
Walker was doing the directing. 

Having nothing to do, I bought my- 
self a paper and saw where Augburn 
Douglas, the driver of a fire truck 
there, had just saved the life of Sue 
Hall, who was climbing the flag pole 
of California's highest building. I also 
read where Pat Reece, Barbara Rog- 
ers, and Dona Jean Shaver were now 
doing a scene with "Ace" Adams, who 
had just succeeded Clark Gable. The 
name of the picture was, All These 
Women 

Deciding to hire myself a taxi, I 
was surprised to see Sidney Welch, 
who said that he was working for Bill 
Young, the owner of the cab company 
Sidney told me there was going to be 
a big concert that night. Don Michael 
was playing a piano solo, and Nancy 
McAbee was doing a bass solo. He 
said they were touring the country to- 
gether. While Bill and I were riding 
around, I saw Bobbie Irvin selling hot- 
dogs on a corner. 

That night I left for a night club, 
owned by Melvin Clarke. While at 
Melvin's club, I saw Imogene John- 
son, SaUie Kates. Juanita Parrish, and 
Betty Wagoner doing a stunt on rol- 
ler skates. After their number Barbara 
Morgan came out to sing a solo, ac- 
companied by Nancy Goforth. 

The next morning, while walking 
down the street, a man walked up and 
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to be Gene Moser, who had given up 
professional photography because of 
Dan Tatum. He said that Dan would 
not pose on the flag pole of the Em- 
pire State Building, so he gave up 
high class photography. Gene also 
told me that Bill Lawrence had just 
beaten Tommy Styers in a natiqnal 
marble contest which had been held 
at Madison Square Garden. He said 
Tommy had to forfeit the game be- 
cause of fudging. He also said that 
John McBride was coaching Tommy. 
After a trying day, I decided to lie 
down for a rest. I turned on the radio 
to get some music when I heard Mar- 
gy Ashe and Dolores Hartledge doing 
a duet on French harps. Ramon Hoots 
was doing the directing. 

Well, the time had come for me to 
end my vaction. My money was get- 
ting low, and I had to journey home. 
I thought that I would try to win a- 
nother contest, that I might visit my 
friends again. At home I am in com- 
fort, while Paul Werst is my new but- 
ler. 

Now that I have been beat up, 
strung up, knocked down, talked a- 
bout, and shot at, I will never prop- 
hesy the future of another person. 

Prophet 
John Roland 

HANES HISTORY 

OF THE CLASS OF '49 

The ship sailed away from the 
dock, and we were off on the luxury 
liner, JOHN W. HANES, to find new 
adventures on the Sea of Knowledge. 
In 1944, the sea was wide and deep 
to us, and we wondered if we would 
ever reach our destination— Gradu- 
ation. Well, it took us five long years 
to cross that sea, but here we are 
with the skyline of Graduation loom- 
ing in front of us. When we entered 
the ship, we were a gay, happy-go- 
lucky gang, and for the most part, we 
still are. As we think back over' our 
sea voyage, we recall the happiness, 
sorrow, laughter, and tears that the 
years brought us. 

As sub-freshmen, we were caught 
in the swinging doors and laughed at 
by the more privileged group of trav- 
elers, the seniors. But the only thing 
the seniors could lay claim to that we 
could not was the front seats in the 
auditorium. And now, since we have 
a promotion, we can claim them. 

We were a group which was very 
determined to make a name for itself 
in the history of John W. Hanes. And 
we got off to a good start. While still 
sub-freshmen, we had representatives 
in the Red Pencil Survivors Club, the 
Student Government, and the band. 
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things which were different from 
elementary school. 

After a summer vacation, we were 
glad to be back in school and renew 
friendships made the year before. 

As September of '45 rolled around, 
many extra-curricular activities claim- 
ed the members of our class. Many 
of the girls joined the Y-Teens and 
became active members. We had mem- 
bers on the Junior Council and in the 
band. Pat Tesh and Betty Powman 
represented us in the Debating Club. 
Sue Hall and Barbara Rogers were 
the first girls in our class to become 
interested in sports, and they have 
turned out to be fine athletes. Several 
boys were attracted to the field of 
sports, and we felt sure they would 
make outstanding players in the later 
years. 

At the end of the year, the honor of 
being the "Most Outstanding Fresh- 
man," was bestowed upon Joleen 
Whitaker, who has really proved to 
be outstanding all through her years 
at Hanes. 

With another year's experience on 
the J. W. Hanes, we felt that we were 
really getting into the thick of things 
and could hardly wait for another 
school year to start. 

As sophomores, we felt that we were 
more important to the schoor than 
ever. This year Dolores White and 
Carl Freeman were among our cheer- 
leaders. The Hi-Y claimed "Butch" 
Williams, and we had representatives 
on the newspaper staff. What we con- 
sidered one of the most Important 
things in our sophomore year was the 
chorus. Several students, both boys 
and girls, were interested in making 
music a big part of our high school. 
In this field, Dan Tatum was out- 
standing. By the end of this year, we 
were represented in practically all of 
the activities of the school— religion 
and dramatics included. 

As we left for the summer, we 
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There was a rising interest in the pub- 
lications, and several of our members 
became reporters. Bill Davis, Billy Jbe 
Davis, Tommy Styers, and Conrad 
West were the boys claimed by the 
Hi-Y during our junior year. We also 
had members in the College, Excels- 
ior, and Bible Clubs. In the office and 
library could be found several of our 
girls who worked there during their 
study hall. Pat Perkins, Sue Hall, and 
Joleen Whitaker were added to our 
share in the cheerleaders. There was 
an increasing number of our classmates 
on the football, basketball, baseball, 
and tennis teams. 

Edith Tillotson was outstanding in 
scholastic averages during the year. 
Gloria Miller represented us at Girls' 
State. Barbara Peatross and Conrad 
West received the awards in the rec- 
itation contests. A big event at the end 
of the year was the election of a may- 
or who was to take office during his 
senior year. In this election, Tommy 
Styers came out the victor. 

To climax the year, the annual Jun- 
ior-Senior dance was held in the 
school gymnasium. 

While we signed our John Henrys 
in our classmates' annuals, many of 
us thought of the following year when 
we would be writing our farewells 
and leaving Hanes for the last time 
as a student. 

And then^ seniors! At last we 
could walk down the deck and take 
those honored seats near the cap- 
tain's table. Of course, we picked up 
a few extras to help us occupy them. 

Our officers for the senior class 
were Hugh Holder, president; Jim 
Stevenson, vice oresident; Pat Reece, 
secretary; and Nancy Kirby, treasur- 
er. We also elected class day 
officers and superlatives. Toleen Whit- 
aker was chosen as our D. A. R. rep- 
resentative. The hard work that the 
football boys had put in during the 
past years reallv paid off as the team 
came out with four wins and one loss 
in the conference games. The yells 
of happiness, though, came when the 
team learned that they were to plav 
in the Piedmont Bowl game. Jack 
Cooke, a stay-over senior, and Bob 
Stone walked off with the honors in 
football. 

These five years at Hanes have been 
very happy ones, and as we draw 
near Graduation, there is a sadness 
in our hearts. We filled this year with 
all the study and activities possible, 
for we knew it was our last. Our 
hope, as we leave, is that we have 
upheld the school's standards and 
have given our teachers a right to be 
as proud of the class of '49 as it is 
of them. In all our hearts there will 
alwavs be a big place for our dear 
old Hanes. 

Margaret Holcomb 
Historian 



HANES LAST WILL 
AND TESTAMENT 
OF THE CLASS OF '49 

We, the graduating class of Jfohn 
W. Hanes High School, being almost 
certain we have minds and possessing 
supersonic instincts, do hereby ordain 
and declare this, our Last Will and 
Testament. 

ARTICLE I 

Section I. To Mr. Haltiwanger we 
leave our sincere appreciation and 
deepest gratitude for the patience and 
guidance he has shown us in our 
years at Hanes High. 

Section II. To Miss Dungan we 
leave our heartiest "Thanks" and as- 
sure her that her efforts weren't in 
vain. (We hope!) 

Section III. To the faculty we leave 
our brilliant underclassmen who we 
think will find it hard to live up to 
our low standards of study. 

Section IV. To the up and coming 
seniors (the dear little angels) we 
leave our shining halos. We know 
we'v set a perfect example. 

ARTICLE II 

Section I. Pat Tesh, Peggy Blalock, 
and Betty Sue Bowman, leave their 
"Little white boots and Betty Grable 
legs", to Mildred Rawlinson and Mary 
Ann Sprinkle. 

Section II. Margaret Holcomb, 
Marlene Muller, and Edith Tillotson 
leave their three great minds to Nan- 
■ cy Haymore. She needs all three. 

Section III. Jimmy Mecum leaves 
his "Charles Atlas" physique to Tom- 
my Phillips. Maybe Tommy can do 
more with it than Mecum did. 

Section IV. "Nookie" Carroll, Paul 
Simos, and Gene Moser, leave their 
"old cars, and daredevil tricks," to 
"Red" Stewart and Kenneth Byerly, 
who are promising pupils. 

Section V. Bobbie Chapman and 
Donna Jean Shaver leave their sour 
notes and beat up clarinets to Camilla 
Edwards and Nina Duncan. 

Section VI. Dolores White leaves 
her great mathematical brain to Ronnie 
Burton. He'll probably be the star of 
the class from now on. 

Section VII. Herman Preston leaves 
his smiling face and wonderful pers- 
onality to any person fortunate 
enough to appreciate these qualities. 

Section VIII. Luanne Hightshoe 
and Bob Rikard leave their weight to 
Patsy Carroll and Buddy Tuttle. 

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to Harvey Lunsford and James Whis- 
enant. 

Section X. Barbara Rogers and 
Ann Ratterree leave their inseparable 
companionship to Autumn Murphy 
and Judy Tucker. 

Section XI. Ramon Hoots and 
Dick Wright leave their "Bachelor's 
Club" memberships to J. C. Disher 
and Jack Shaver. 

Section XII. Pat Perkins leaves her 
Beauty Contests ana horn-rimmed 
specks to Carolyn Cottee. 

Section XIII. Gloria Miller leaves 
her "enticing" smile and "flirtatious" 
eyes to Nancy Tattersall. Look out 
for Nancy, if she puts them to use! 

Section XIV. Dan Tatum leaves his 
vocal cords to Jimmy Reavis. 

Section XV. Conrad West and 
Johnny Roland leave their good looks 
to "Buddy" Easter and "Dickie" Zig- 
lar, who can put them to good use. 

ARTICLE III 

Section I. We hereby appoint two 
brilliant and beloved students, Phyl- 
lis Plemmons and Betty Lou Wagon- 
er, executrixes of this, our Last Will 
and Testament. 

ARTICLE IV 

Section I. In witness hereof, we affix 
our seal on this fourteenth day of 
June, in the year of our Lord, nine- 
teen and forty-nine. 

Peggy Newtd 
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worm's paradise, with books and 
books as far as the eye could see. They 
had landed in the luxurious Richard 
J. Reynolds library. As we look into 
the scene, Cater and Pillar are blinking 
their eyes in amazement. 

Cater: Well, well. Pillar, I say, where 
are we? 

Pillar: Really, Cater, this is nice, a 
jolly old place. I say, shall we in- 
vestigate? Uh? Shall we? 

Cater: Let's, ole boy. 

(Now they approach the biggest, 
largest, hugest book they had ever 

seen.) 

Pillar: I say, don't you think it's a little 
drafty? There is a distinct breeze 
about, feel it, boy? 

Cater: Good reason, son, we just pass- 
ed "Gone With the Wind." But 
wait, stop here. I feel a little heat. 

Pillar: Yes, its coming from that book. 
Let's see — — Uh, hand me my John 
Adams delux book-worm glasses — ■ 
Ah, yes, it says "Forever Ambrosia" 
by the noted author and correspon- 
dent, John Motsinger. Let's move, 
ole boy, let's move. 

Cater: I say, aren't you a little hungry? 
——and with this said our two 
worms approached a big blue book 
covered with spider webs, The book 
was the Black and Gold of 1949. As 
they moved closer, they saw a tiny 
black demon keeping guard. He 
paced nervously back and fourth 
over the words, Black and Gold, 
saying "We're going to win a con- 
ference." They sneaked past the 
sentry and began gnawing at the 
slicky pages of the annual, Cater 
taking the top, Pillar taking the bot- 
tom of the page. They didn't know 
it, but they were eating the class 
prophecy of 1949 which has proven 
99.99 per cent correct. 

Cater: Oh, this is good, really it is. 
Listen to this ... it says here that 
Tomboy Saunders has won the bi- 
annual Olympic pea lifting contest. 
He lifted 1003 peas last summer and 
is threatening the record that Anne 
Wilmoth has already established. He 
is now in training at Bettv Miller's 
"You Lift, We'll Weigh It" Club. 

Pillar: My, but this is something, (gna- 
wing) cough — cough. My gracious, 
I could hardly swallow that. 

Cater: What was it? 

Pillar: Bill Simpson. He's the only man 
who can tear an unabridged Dic- 
tionary with two fingers. 

Cater: Oh, this is good, really it is. Lis- 
ten to this, The New York City play 
boy, Vernon Ferrell has made an al- 
liance with the scrupulous Fred 
Hege, stating their united opinions 
that if the selective service will get 
them they will go to the Kupa Ruma 
in the darkest corners of Africa. 



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They were scheduled to appear be- 
fore the draft board this July. At 
the draft board receiving all the se- 
lectees are Mary Lou Harris and 
Brantley Booe; the strong man, is 
giving all the physical examinations. 
Pillar: Aren't you through with this 
page yet? I tell you, I'll meet you at 
the next corner. 
Cater: Okay. 
Suddenly a loud scream is heard from 

Pillar) 
Cater: Good night, man, what happen- 
ed? 
Pillar: I just ate Billy Ware and 
Wayne Irvin, singing their arrange- 
ment of "Walkertown Midnight." 
(pause) And it says here that Jack 
Herring is on his summer vacation 
trip to Mars, in his new, all new, 
Teeny White push-pull rocket with 
witty exhaust pipes. 
Cater: Miss Arline Palmer is now the 
greatest palmist in America, but 
some authorities say that this isn't 
true, because of the fact that when 
Tommye Ring went to her, she pre- 
dicted that Miss Ring would be 
poor, unhappy and untrustworthy in 
years to come. "In years to come" 
came and she is the richest, happiest, 
and voted the most trustworthy 
wife in America. She is living in 
Pennsylvania, where the famous 
auto designer, Gordon Pfeffercorn, 
has invented a roadster that is 
guaranteed to go two hundred miles 
an hour, and no less than one 
hundred and ninety. 
Pillar: I knew he would come to this 

end. 
Cater: Who? 

Pillar: Sid Whiteheart, former presi- 
dent of the Short Hair Society. He's 
resigned this post to become the 
coach and advisor of the Army 
Navy, Notre Dame, and Michigan 
teams. Some say he's a bit rushed, 
but we say he's Sid Whiteheart. 
Cater: Listen to this, Joe Reins, head 
of the Weather Department is pre- 
dicting snow in July. If that evers 
happens, I'm going back to England. 
Pillar: Here it says that Lindsay Cox 
and the Reavis twins made the 
"Roxyetters" doing their famous 
dance routine, "One Minute After 
Graduation." 
Cater: Will you look at this, Ham 
Horton became so interested in Miss 
Martin's Spanish class that he went 
to Mexico and got married in a 
chile factory. 
Pillar: David Early, a bright, up- 
coming new star, will play in the 
radio show, Fat Man. 
Cater: Who writes the program now? 
Pillar: Bill Trotman. 
Cater: That's nothing compared to 
this — Drane Vaughn has received 
much money from her newest book, 
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Pillar: Ha, ha, ha, — listen — it says 
here that Peggyan is an Alderman. 

Cater: Jim Vcxjel is the only man 
alive to swim the width of Crystal 
Lake. 

Pillar: What do you mean, lots of 
people have done that. 

Cater: Yeah, but did anyone do it 
underwater, upside-down, and with 
his little toes crossed? 

Pillar: Really ole man, this is very in- 
teresting, let's move on. It says here 
on the next page that Hampton 
Mauze, Lawrence McGee, Kent 
Taylor, and the notorious Charlie 
Davis have combined their talents 
and have formed a Garbage Can 
Store. 

Cater: What's all these "booms and 
bangs" written here for? 

Pillar: I don't know, it savs "contin- 
ued on page fourteen", shall we go? 

Cater: Let's. 

Pillar: Let's. 

Cater: Will you look at that! Another 
world war has broken out between 
Buena Vista and Ardmore. Huh, 
read this— General Robert Vaughn 
and his Mimi Lynching boys have 
just captured a strategic foothold. - 

Pillar: Foothold? Whose? 

Cater: Victor Goldberg's. Yeah, and 
here is Charlie Bolick and his Pet- 
er's Creek Boys rapidly repulsing 
them. They say that Anita Moore 
and her U-Know- World-Peace or 
ganization can't do a thing with them. 

Pillar: Joyce Weaver is in the jewelry 
business and is constantly being 
called upon by Barbara Robin, the 
city gossip, and Betsy Bynum, who 
is a saleswoman for Billy Richard- 
son's exclusive "Five and Ten Cents 
Jewelry for Only a Quarter Store." 

Cater: I say, ole boy, after years of 
tedious work. Arthur Spaugh's ja- 
lopy has finally reached 21 m.p.h. 

Pillar: I say, that is startling. 

Cater: Why, I think I remember these 
boys. It says that Billy Barnes, the 
Averies, and Tommy Coppedge 
have become extremely rich and are 
living on top of the Empire State 
Building, singing that song about the 
"Cellars of Old Reynolds High." 

Pillar: Here at the bottom of the page 
it says that Hollywood has found a 
new Tarzan, Osymn Tesh. His lead- 
ing lady is Nancy Ripple, while his 
new monkey is Lucylee Warren. 
Jimmy Ferree is directing the pro- 
duction called "Tarzan versus 
Broughton Correll." The rest of the 
cast includes Sally Bet Cunningham 
as a luring mermaid, Lawrence 
Roberts as the big wind that comes 
up, John James, the ape, and Tommy 
Minnis, who unexpectedly falls into 
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Cater: Ruth Alspaugh, having won all 
the jitterbug contests in existence, is 
now living in Spain raising Mexican 
Jumping Beans. 
Pillar: That isn't everything, Cater, 
over here on the next page — — hur- 
ry on over here, and don't make a 
glutton out of yourself. John Wood 
is the star artist of Esquire Maga- 
zine, and they say that his new 
model will be the biggest hit in re- 
cent years, it's none other than Jean 
Ann Livengood. He's having a little 
trouble, though. 
Cater: Out with it, boy, what is it? 
Pillar: Jean Ann is causing confusion 
because she is tired of being the 
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uater: Can you imagine — — I can't 
understand it. The Brownlow twins 
are teaching the first grade at Wiley. 
Pillar: You don't say! 
Cater: I'm getting sorta tired, and full 

too. Aren't you, Pillar? 
Pillar: Maybe this will make you 
hungry again. Listen, Calvin Reyn- 
olds has crashed into society. He, 
after making his debut by means of 
his graceful ballet talent, was 
thronged with such celebrities as 
Sue Henderson, whose husband is in 
the tooth pick business, Betty Ann 
Kirby, who is a jockey for the Ken- 
tucky Derby, Betsy Brooks McGee, 
who still has an interest in Hava- 
Tampa-Cigar firm, Ann Voss, the 
Girls' Athletic Director of the Salem 
Cupid Foundation for old maids', 
Vivian Ogle, the famous half of the 
Oqle Sisters Incorporated, Charlotte 
McGlaughon, the torch sinqer at 
Bert Newton's den for bachelors, 
Pe ggy Tohnson, the inventor of the 
Revnolds High lie detector, Martha 
DeHart, who received her fame by 
stumblinq into the famous plavboy, 
Tohn Cunninqham, and last, but not 
least, the one and only Miss Joan 
Crosslev, who has retained her 
vouth and remains the too star of 
the Revnolds Hiqh "We May Lose. 
but Wait, Next Year" basketball 
club. 
Cater: Timmv Moore has won the con- 
test for the World's Greatest Drink- 
er. 
Pillar: Drinker of what? 
Cater: Prune iuice. 

Pillar: Hey, Cater, I hit a picture — 
the first of the evening. Look who's 
in it— it says here that it's the heads 
of the city government— Mary 
Sue Strupe, who is in charge of the 
morning trials at court; Mildred 
White, the clean-up committee; Sa- 
rah Jane McLean, seeing that all 
men who come to court have their 
hair combed; and Mary Cunning- 
ham, the Boy Scouts. 
Cater: Here's a picture of Jim Hardie. 
It's caption says that he's the editor 
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Pillar: Ha, ha, look at this. Faye Ful- 
ler, the famous cough drop special- 
ist is offering thirty corn flakes for 
her contest entitled "Who can catch 
a cold the quickest in the summer?" 
Cater: Also, it's rumored that Chief 
Justice Sammy Booke has ordered 
that President Ted Kallam's procla- 
mation of neutrality to all women be 
passed by the House's Ways and 
Jackie Means Committee. 
Pillar: Well, of all things! 
Cater: What now? 

Pillar: Trilby Boerner has a pamplet 
out entitled, "How to keep your 
hair curly." She is planning a se- 
quel too, entitled, "If it's too curly, 
how to get it straight." 
Cater: (reading) Frank Montgomery 
is making a sensation of himself with 
his article, "How to grow a beard 
in twelve hours." 
Pillar: I'd never believe that Garner 
Hailey would become the president of 
the vice-president society of Puerto 
Rico. 
Cater: Jane Bagnal and Rose Ellen Bo- 
wen are suing Joe Dudley for caus- 
ing unnecessary noise while at their 
formal recital at Carnegie Hall. 
Right in the middle of their perfor- 
mance he screamed, "Fireman, Save 
My Child!" 
Pillar: Bobby Hunter, it says, left his 
cigar where Dudley's baby was sit- 
ing. Hunter is now serving a term of 
the charge "Baby Sitting Misdemea- 
nors." 
Cater: Edith Rawley, Dee Turner, and 
Mary Tavlor are issuing complaints 
about their cottaqe at the beach. 
They say that Eugene Whaling's 
ghost is acting up again. 
Pillar: This must be the picture section. 
Here is David Brewer on a pole 
whistling away, washing the flags 
for U. N. O. at Lake Success. 
Cater: Here is Mr. America of 1970. 
He is the man of distinction. None 
other than Charles Yarbough. 
Pillar: Bobby Henning and Ed Good- 
man have joined their talents and 
are now playing football for Army. 
Goodman is left end and Henning is 
left out. 
Cater: Curtis Coleman has opened the 
newest and most promising business 
in the Twin City. 
Pillar: What is it? What kind of busi- 
ness? 
Cater: He has a sour-kraught factory. 
(Pause) 

Cater: I say, don't you feel a bit full? 
I'm about to split wide open from 
eating so much. 
Pillar: Yes, ole boy, I am full too. In 
fact, I think we should go. Shall we, 
Cater? Uh? Shall we? 
Cater: Let's. 
Pillar: Let's. 

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page seventeen. What will become of 
our two worms? Can they worm them- 
selves out? Possibly, but not probably. 

Let's look into the year 1970. We 
see two Reynolds High School stu- 
dents rushing nervously into the lib- 
rary.) 
Studentl: I don't know what we are 

going to prophesy. It's a harder job 

than I thought. 
Student 2: Let's look at some of these 

old annuals. Let me see — what page 

is the prophesy on — here it is. 
Student 1: What are those two small 

holes in the annual for? 
Student 2: Why, look, there are two 

smears here. 
Student 1: Those aren't smears— 

they're moving! Why, they are 

worms. 
Cater i, Thanks, kids. We've beein 

cooped up in that book for 21 years 

now and because we haven't eaten 

since then, we can go home. 
Pillar: Shall we go now, Cater? 
Cater: Let's. 
Pillar: Let's. 

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REYNOLDS HISTORY 
OF THE CLASS OF '49 

One would never think, upon look- 
ing at the ultra-sophisticates of the 
Senior class of 1949, that only five 
years ago they were green eighth 
graders, taking their first view of the 
institution atop Hawthorne hill. Many 
things have happened in the ensuing 
years from 1944 to the present time. 

When Ben Lynch, John Wood, 
Bobby Henning, Frank Montgomery, 
Ann Wright, Bill Trotman, Betty Mil- 
ler, Jean Ann Livengood, and Arthur 
Spaugh were first seen gazing with 
awe at the stuffed heads which stared 
down at them from their perch on the 
first-floor walls, no one realized that 
they would be our representatives to 
the Council in the four coming years. 
Ann Bondurant was quick to follow in 
her brother's footsteps, serving three 
years on the Council, and acting as 
our representative to the D. A. R. 
Convention. Also came the end of the 
Second World War and the return 
of candy bars and trouser cuffs. Frank 
Sinatra stiW ruled supreme over the 
ether, Mr. Joyner over the R. J. R. 
auditorium, and Mrs. McDermott's 1 
"qui quae quo" over the third floor. 

Our leaders during the rather quiet 
first year were James Smitherman, 
Arthur Spaugh, Bobby Henning, and 
John Wood. They were in due time 
succeeded by Bill Trotman, Edith 
Rawley, Ann Wright, and Ann Dar- 
lington, who led our sophomore class. 
Hi-Y and Y-Teen life drew many 
members of our class into the range 
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The beginning of our junior year 
saw the return of Mr. Story from the 
Navy, the endless repetition of 
Buenas Tardes, Senorita, and the en- 
trance of our feljlow-members into the 
various honorary organizations of the 
school. The Honor Society, under 
the guidance of its new sponsor, Miss 
Faye Martin, took in twelve juniors 
in 1948, and the Masque and Gavel, 
Quill and Scroll drew many of our 
classmates into their ranks. Sally 
Bet Cuningham, Ann Voss, Mary 
Taylor, Drane Vaughn, Ed Good- 
man, Jimmy and Bobby Daye, Mil- 
dred White, Bert Newton, Sara Jane 
McLean, Tommy Minnas, and Doris 
Cranflll are only a handful of the stu- 
dents so honored. 

Just as the individual personality of 
each pupil in our class was different, 
so, too, were their interests varied. 
Betty Burgess, Fred Hege, Dee 
Turner, Robert Williams, and Mimi 
Lynch chose Journalism as the main 
outlet for their energies. The lovely 
melodies that floated over the campus 
were largely due to the cultured vocal 
chords of Peggyan Alderman, Betty 
Tesch, Beverly Ivester, Tommy Min- 
nis, "Sinatra" Early, Wayne Irving, 
and John Adams. Such dramatic 
wizards as Bill Trotman, Sally Bet 
Cuningham, Bobby and Jimmy Daye, 
and Jack Pryor gave our productions 
an added touch of genius. Willie 
Brownlow, Jane Bagnal, Ann Bondu- 
rant, Rose Ellen Bowen, Betty Miller, 
Ann Wright, Jean Ann Livingood, and 
Peggyan Alderman were chosen to be 
the Senior Marshalls for the class of 
'48. Some members of our A band who 
stayed overnight in the Hotel Landron 
on their trip to Asheville were Johnny 
Mickle, Audra Jean Clinard, Shirley 
Nolan, Charlie Kammerer, Joe Reins, 
Bill Ware, Ray Calaway, Barbara 
Brown, Tommy Coppedge, and Francis 
Trogden. During our last two years 
our grade-A tooters were led by Sally 
Bet Cuningham, Patsy Hopkins, Lucy- 
lee Warren, Mary Ann Guthrie, and 
Peggyan Alderman. Some immortals of 
our athletic fields were Sid Whiteheart, 
Bill Russell, Ed Goodman, Bill Simpson 
Joe Hauser, Ed Morris, Jim Moore, 
Bobby Henning, Lawrence McGee, John 
Motsinger, Bobby Vaughn, and Joe 
Dudley; all were spurred on by undy- 
ing enthusiasm of our cheerleaders Eu- 
gene Whaling, Rose Ellen Bowen, 
Bonnie Bondurant, Ann Wright, Betty 
Miller, "Bugs" Bagnal, and Osmyn 
Tesh. The limelight in Girls' Sports 
was held by Sue Henderson, Jackie 
Means, Trilby Boerner, Joan Cros- 
sley, Betty Lou Rhinehart, and Betty 
Ann Booker. Daniel Websters also a- 
rose from the Public Speaking group 
and lent a very forceful element to the 
life of the school. Mary Lou Johnson, 
Tommye Ring, and Betsy Brooks Mc- 
Gee were a few stalwarts in the fine 
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insuing male chorus of moans, another 
change came over R. J. R. Under the 
guidance of the newly-formed Key 
Club, more interest in school activities 
became evident. A Senior member, Sid 
Whiteheart, was given the honor of 
serving on their National board. With 
the memory of this junior year come, 
also, memories of sleds on number 9, 
Mary Taylor's runaway car, and the 
popularity of peroxide as shampoo a- 
mong the boys and Sally Bet Cuning- 
ham. 

The climax of this year was the 
night of the Junior-Senior, which our 
class officers, Bill Trotman, Arthur 
Spaugh, Ed Goodman, and Frank 
Montgomery had planned for the out- 
going seniors. 

The greatest polio epidemic in N. 
C. history delayed the opening of 
school until September 27, which 
necessitated a short Christmas vaca- 
tion. We got out on the day before 
Christmas Eve, and, like the 81st 
Congress, reconvened on the 3rd of 
January. 

Our Senior year began with Mr. 
Joyner's speech of welcome, delivered 
through the maze of scaffolding which 
heralded our newly redecorated audito- 
rium and saw us assume with frozen 
dignity the heights of granduer, speak- 
ing with unconcealed scorn of "little 
people everywhere." Soon, our dignity 
was shattered by the fact that our 
teachers did not hold the same high 
regard for us that we ourselves did. 
After so rude an awakening, we be- 
came a bit more Democratic, and set- 
tled down to a dull routine of football, 
dances, and general socializing. In 
order that our curriculum might be 
better rounded, we also included a few 
ounces of study per week. After elect- 
ing Sid Whiteheart, Ed Goodman, 
Ham Horton, an Charles Davis as oui 
class officers to try the everlasting 
patience of our Senior Sponsor, Miss 
Weaver, our attention was centered 
on a more exciting election. Brass 
bands, bunting-draped podiums, glar- 
ing posters, and a fiery oratory set up 
an overwhelming victory for Govern- 
or Thurmond States' Rights Democ- 
crats over the minions Dewey, Tru- 
man, and Wallace in the mock elect- 
ion held in the city high schools. 

Our Christmas holiday was accent- 
ed by the Key Club's impressive deco- 
rations, multiple dances, and shmoos 
aplenty for all, and though no snow 
fell, many pairs of snowbirds were 
seen in the more remote places. 

Back to school with too much to be 
done— History term papers, Mac- 
Beth, Kid's Day, sports, Blackbeard, 
and debating were all to be contended 
with, besides the momentous problems 
of the ever-changing heart. Rising a- 
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election of Wesley Bailey, moderator, 
and Phil Wollschlager, Sec.-Treas., 
it started with a bang. Its first pro- 
ject was the return of the Chatterbox 
to its home in one of the library's 
showcases. 

At last, amid the final whirl of Jun- 
ior-Senior, class picnic, and Class 
Day, we donned the tasseled morter- 
boards of graduation night. Now the 
closing chapters are written, our paths 
part, and this volume is laid on the 
shelf beside the dust covered records 
of past Senior classes. 



President 



J. W. Cunningham 

Sec. and Treas. 



REYNOLDS LAST WILL 
AND TESTAMENT 
OF THE CLASS OF 49 

We the class of '49 

Through with classes and feeling 

fine. 
Want to give our old thoughts vent 
In this our Last Will and Testment. 

ARTICLE I 
Section I 

First our teachers and Mr. Joyner, too, 
We're giving all our thanks to you; 
And as each new year rolls around 
We'll see the ideals good and sound 
Which you planted there four years 

ago, 
And since that time have caused to 

grow. 
We've kept each other on the run 
But all in all we've sure had fun. 

Section II 
To Miss Weaver, our sponsor, we 

leave our thanks, 
Our corny jokes and silly pranks. 
To leave you this year will make us all 

sad, 
'Cause we think you're the best a class 
ever had! 

ARTICLE II 
Section I 

To the Junior Class we leave our name 
Our seats in chapel, and all our fame; 
Our lunch-time privilege of using UP 

stairs, 
Our hard exam worries, and all our 

gray hairs. 
Be dignified seniors and all the rest, 
For we leave you our place and of 

luck all the best! 

Section II 
We've had many leaders since we've 

been in high school. 
Fairness and dependability was al- 
ways their rule; 
But among the outstanding who gave 

us our start, 
The first on the list is Sid Whiteheart. 
As Sid leaves our school behind, 
His leadership to Clay Goodson is 

assigned. 

Section III 
This gal with her beauty and Pepso- 

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Has kept the boys whistling for quite 

a while. 
Her last name is Wilson; Her first 

name is Wee. 
Her looks and her ways would be some 

legacy! , 

So Wee leaves these assets (I'm sure 

she won't mind) 
To captivatin' Pat Boesser who's as 

cute as you'll find. 

Section IV 
Of funny, bright sayings we've had 

quite a crop. 
But the wit of Frog Roberts just won't 

seem to stop! 
To fill his place is just one alone: 
Some know him by Leprosy; we call 

him George Crone. 

Section V 
We've had in the orchestra taljents 

galore 
With Rosie and Bugs at the head of 

the score. 
They leave two places of talent and 

skill 
For June Williams and Shirley Lacy 

to fill. 

Section VI 

Charlie Kammerer, the man with the 

horn, 
Says musicians aren't made; they just 

have to be born, 
So we looked and we looked for a 

competent filler 
And found him at last in the genius, 

Butch Miller. 

Section VII 

From Fred Hege and Tommye Ring 

we find 
There are typewriters and talent to 

leave behind. 
We couldn't bequeathe all their skill 

to a single, 
So we've chosen the team of Barnette 

and Ingle. 

Section VIII 

Our orator, Ham Horton, just can't be 

neglected; 
For we know he'll be someday to 

Congress elected, 
He can't leave his brain or his speech 

and so 
He leaves his vocabulary to Charles 

Rodenbough. 

Section IX 
Peggy Alderman's is a voice we've en- 
joyed. 
Whether to the classics or to boogie 

employed. 
Connie Reynolds takes her place as 

she 
Will soon join the Metropolitan Opera 

Company. 

Section X 

There are a few gifts from a student 
we give; 

We know that his memory in Reyn- 
olds will live. 

These gifts to the seniors have been 
all the rave; 

They're Motsinger's shirts and long 



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Section XI 

Sally Bet Cuningham, the blond 

haired lass 
Was a very fine actress of our senior 

class 
Her footlight fever goes down the line 
To Elissa Hutson, who'll fill the place 
fine. 

Section XII 
This next gift we leave with a great 

deal of pride 
To a deserving person, it can't be 

denied. 
For Simpson's goods looks and 

Charles Atlas build 
To our friend Coach Kirk have just 

now been willed. 

Section XIII 
On the field, in the gym, we've had 

many to score. 
Among the outstanding; Sue Hender- 
son, Jim Moore. 
As they hand in their uniforms, they 

pass on their skill 
To two very fine athletes: Emily But- 

ner and Will. 

ARTICLE III 
Section I 

Mr. Crowell, a teacher and friend, 

All our best to you we send; 

And to show you of our good intent 

We appoint you executor of our Will 
and Testament. 

Section II 

In witness, we this do sign 

On June fourteenth, nineteen hun- 
dred and forty-nine. 

Bill Trotman, Testator 

Witnesses 

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