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HIGH SCHOOLS 
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1955 



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First Row: J. W. Moore, Superintendent of Schools; George D. Lentz; E. 
T. Pullen, Jr.; Mrs. E. E. Bumgardner; Sam Dorsett. Second Row: Marvin 
Ward, Reverend William Crawford, T. L. Williams, C. P. Walter. 



CONTENTS 

Introduction 1 

School Board 2 

Dedication 3 

Gray High School 4 

Hanes High School 60 

Reynolds High School 104 

Beauty Section 185 

Ads 187 



In Memoriam 



Mrs. Alliene O. Burns 



June 12, 1896 




December 23, 1954 



Her unselfish consideration, her devoted service, her love of 
life, and her helpful guidance endeared her to her students 
and fellow faculty members. 



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Patsy Tyrrell . Editor-in-Chief 

Dora Everhart Co-Editor 

Peggy Atkinson Co-Editor 

Miss Moselle Stephenson . . Sponsor 







For her untiring in- 
terest in our happiness 
and growth, her under- 
standing of our many 
problems, and her faith- 
ful encouragement to us 
in our search for know- 
ledge, we, the seniors of 
1955, proudly dedicate 
our section of the BLUE 
and GOLD to Mrs. Grace 
James. 



MRS. GRACE JAMES 




Honors 



Affirmative and negative debating 
teams winning the triangular de- 
bates . . . band and mixed chorus get- 
ting superior ratings in district con- 
test . . . boys' varsity and junior var- 
sity basketball teams capturing city 
championships . . . girls' varsity win- 
ning speedball and basketball city 
championships . . . boys' varsity foot- 
ball tying for second place in the AA 
conference standings . . . winning 
nine first places, four second places, 
and three third places in city-wide 
contest. 




Nancy James was chosen 
D.A.R. representative. Also 
World P»!« Contest she re< 



1955-56 
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Members of the All-City basketball team are 
Ellington, guard; Henry Fishel. forward; and Ray Wright, 
guard, who was absent. 



HISTORY 



MATHEMATICS 



TOM 
CASH 





DAISY LEE GLASGOW 



HATTIE GOOGE 



KATHLEEN HALL 




MRS. MARY HUTCHISON 



EIGHTH GRADES 



GARNET 
CLARK 



MRS. DELIA 
WRIGHT 



PHYLLIS 
FORREST 



MRS. MARTHA 
WALKER 




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ARTEI.EE PUETT 



COMMERCIAL 



MRS. SUZANNE BRirr MRS. RACHEL SIMPSON ANDRE MUELENAER 



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MARY LOU IOHNSON 



MRS. LIBBIE STINKS 



SCIENCE 




NUNC MRS. CLARA FIELD MRS. MARY RARNIIARDT 



FACULTY 



SECRETARY DIETITION 




RUTH HOLTON 



ART 



MRS. MARGUERITE 

PERRYMAN 



MUSIC 




MRS. EDITH SIFFORD LEROY ROWLEY 

LIBRARIAN 




SALLY JOHNSTON 



LANGUAGE 



MRS. CARRIE 
MAY ALLGOOD 



MRS. t-IolSI 
CURLEE 




MRS. LAVENIA 
ROBINSON 



MISS MOSELLE 
STEPHENSON 



PRINCIPAL 







INDUSTRIAL ARTS 



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G. D. SEXTON 




E. E. TODD 



EDGAR BERRY 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




JOY WHISONANT JACK FLETCHER 



MKS. GRACE JAMES PAUL WALTER 



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ANNE AARON 

Studied courses in home econom- 
ics .. . would like to design 
clothes . . . has good looks . . . 
belonged to the Future Home- 
makers of America . . . was 
chosen as homeroom secretary 
. . . became a member of the 
Y-Teen Club. 



TONY ALEXANDER 

"Miller" . . . took an industrial 
arts course . . . won a certificate 
of recognition in the State Art 
Contest . . . has a keen sense of 
humor . . . wants to be a drafts- 
man . . . has artistic ability. 



DONNA ALSPAUGH 

Selected general commercial sub- 
ject . . . would like to work in 
an office as a secretary . . . 
thinks of others . . . assisted 
librarian two years as a page 
. . joined the Future Home- 
makers of America. 



PEGGY J. ATKINSON 

"Peg" . . . junior class secretary 
. . . chief senior marshal . . . 
F. T. A. and Spanish Club mem- 
ber . . . cheerleader . . . senior 
editor of annual . . . Gray Teens 
secretary . . . Y-Teens . . . 
football sponsor . . . varsity bas- 
ketball and softball player . . . 
commercial course . . . merri- 
ment . . . Gray Light typist. 



GWEN BARRINGTON 

Science course . . . recording 
secretary of school . . . cheer- 
leader . . . N. H. S. . . . foot- 
ball sponsor . . .superintendent 
of interior department . . . board 
member . . . president and treas- 
urer of Gray Teens . . . library 
page . . . member of personal 
relations department . . . French 
Club . . . pep and vigor . . . 
Mrs. Gibbs in Our Town. 



SHELBY JEAN BATES 

Prepared for a bookkeeper by 
taking general commercial course 
. . . helped in the library as a 
page ... is co-operative . . . 
pined speedbill . . . belonged to 
Y-Teens and G.A.A. . . . checked 
hall passes. 




PAUL BAYNES, JR. 

flayed football and basketball 
two years . . . elected P.T.A. 
representative . . . was a football 
manager . . . helped in the cafe- 
teria . . . selected an industrial 
ar's cou"se . . . wants to be- 
come a machinist. 



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JIMMY BEAN 

Took the industrial arts course 
. . . played junior high and var- 
sity football ... is quiet . . . 
•as a member of the junior high 
baseball and basketball teams. 




ELBERT BECKEL 

Wants to be an airliner pilot . . . 
took industrial arts course . . . 
is willing to help ... is a 
gentleman . . . was an enthusi- 
astic member of the Spanish 
Club, 



KAY BEEKER 

Commercial course . . . "Best 
Looking" senior girl . . . mem- 
ber of G.A.A. and mixed chorus 
. . . office page . . . secretary 
and treasurer of homeroom . . . 
chairman of motto committee 
. . . fascinating eyes . . . board 
member . . . office page superin- 
tendent. 



ROBERT BENTON 

Superintendent of visual aids . . . 
vice-president of Masque and 
Gavel . . . treasurer of Key Club 
. . . homeroom president . . . 
senior board member . . . science 
course . . . nature lover . . . 
Hi-Y member . . .superintendent 
of checking department . . . 
member of varsity football squad 
. . . Stage Manager in Our Town 
. . . N. H. S. 



MARY SUSAN BILES 

Majored in social science . . . 
wan Is to become a doctor ... is 
taking a language course . . . 
was member of mixed chorus . . . 
elected publicity chairman for 
city-wide council of Junior Red 
Cross ... is artistic . . . was 
secretary to Gray *TinioT Red 
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PHILLIP BLEDSOE 

Served as a foreman in the ma- 
chine shop and woodwork classes 
. . . chose an industrial arts 
course . . . likes all sports . . . 
supported all school activilies 
. . . is mechanically inclined. 



JO ANN BRANCH 

"Jo" . . . completed courses in 
home economics . . . enjoys sports 
. . . has an ambition to become 
a secretary ... is free-hearted 
. . . joined the Y-Teens Club. 



LESLIE BRENDLE 

Studied courses in math . . . 
played on varsity football and 
baseball teams . . . "Pro" . . . 
was member of the French and 
Monogram Clubs . . . performed 
student government work by 
helping in traffic and personal 
relations departments . . . hall 
monitor ... has a deep voice. 



GENE BROWN 



Chose 



course in mathematics 
. . . was a member of the band 
and mixed chorus . . . played 
in the All State Band Clinic . . . 
is a member of the Jive Hounds 
... is interested in entering the 
mechanical field ... has a calm 
manner. 



JOYCE BROWN 

Future English and dramatics 
teacher . . . president of Masque 
and Gavel . . . member of F.T.A. 
and Spanish Clubs . . . office 
page . . . talent in drama . . . 
actress in Sugar and Spice, Our 
Town, Sundatj Cost Five Pesos, 
and Our Miss Brooks . . . N.H.S. 
inductee. 



RITA ANNE BROWN 

Took a course in home econom- 
ics .. . became member of Fu- 
ture Homemakers of America . . . 
served on library council . . . 
was a Red Cross representative 



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DAVID WAYNE CALLOWAY 

Studied courses in mathematics 
. . . plans to go to college . . . 
"Dave" . . . inducted into the 
Key Club and Hi-Y . . . played 
on basketball and tennis teams 
. . . rendered services for per- 
sonal relations department . . . 
belonged to the Monogram Club 
... is an all-sports fan. 





iCQUELYN ANITA CANNON 



hose a course 

looking forward to becoming 
registered nurse ... is silent 

id sincere . . . "Jackie" . . . 

<es to play the piano and the 

gan. 



GARY CARTER 

"Rojo" . . . industrial arts course 
. . . Piedmont Bowl plaver . . . 
member of varsity baseball team 
. . . All City Baseball and Foot- 
ball Teams . . . varsity basketball 
player . . . member of Mono- 
gram Club . . . accent . . . Hi-Y 
and Spanish Club member . . . 
Gray Teens. 



PEGGY ANN CARTER 

Language course . . . accomp- 
anist for mixed chorus . . . sec- 
retary of the French Club . . . 
superintendent of publicity . . . 
member of the band and orches- 
tra . . . library page . . . home- 
room treasurer . . . member of 
F.T.A. and Y-Teens . . . freckles 
. . . traffic department member. 




WILLIS W. CARTER 

Selected industrial arts course 
. . . served as lathe foreman in 
machine shop . . . "Jabo" 
occupied his spare time by hunt- 
ing and fishing . . . wants to be 
a game warden or a jet pilot. 



RONNIE CAUDILL 

Played on J. V. and varsitv foot- 
ball teams ... was a member of 
J. V. and varsitv baseball teams 
. . . served as vice-president and 
treasurer of homeroom ... is 
talkative . . . was representative 
of Red Cross . . , wants to be- 
come a barber, 



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RAY CAUDLE 

"Razor" . . . industrial arts 
course . . . junior high football 
. . . study hall superintendent 
. . . presiding homeroom officer 
. . . foreman in woodwork class 
. . . homeroom vice-president 
and treasurer . . . good features 
. . . board member . . . hall 
monitor . . . Red Cross repre- 
sentative. 




ANN CHARLES 

Prepared for secretarial work 
v. i h general course . . . helped 
Miss Johnston as library page . . . 
was hall monitor . . . has radiant 
hair . . . served as homeroom 
secretary two years . . . be- 
longed to Girls' Athletic Associ- 
ation and Y-Teens. 



JOE CHOPLIN 

Attended Yadkinville High and 
South Fork High . . . plans to 
become a butcher after fi lishing 
school . . . took D. O. and 
worked at Collin's Food Market 
. . . likes to play football. 



DERYEL CLARK 

"Cotton" . . . majored in math 
. . . played on varsity football 
team . . . was member of Mono- 
gram Club . . . served school as 
hall monitor . . . elected home- 
room treasurer . . . played in 
Piedmont Bowl . . . was a band 
member . . . helped on library 
council . . . played junior basket- 
ball ... is always jolly. 



WAYNE GRAY CODY 

Presented homeroom board re- 
ports . . . prepared to become, 
a machinist with industrial arts : 
course . . . "Buffalo Bill" . . . 
elected study hall superintendent 
. . . served on the Red Cross; 
Council . . . has bashful ways 
. . . helped check grounds. 



HAROLD COLE 



Mathematics course . . 
class president . . . self-confi- 
dence . . . scholarship depart- 
ment superintendent . . . secre- 
tary of Masque and Gavel and 
Key Club . . . French Club 
varsity football player . . . junior 
homeroom president . . . Hi-Y 
and Monogram Club . . . study 
hall superintendent . . . Pied- 
mont Bowl player . . . tennis 
team . . . board member. 




BETTY CRAWFORD 

Wishes to become a secretary 
. . . served as interclub council 
member in Y-Teen Club ... is 
quiet . . . was Bed Cross rep- 
resentative . . . selected a course 
in science, 




WALTER E. COLE 

Preferred courses in social studies 
. . . chosen vice-president of 
the Model Airplane Club . . . 
managed football and Piedmont 
Bowl Teams . . . would like to 
have a dairy farm . . . "Buddy." 



SIIIHLKY DAY 



"Pee Wee" . . . attended Reyn- 
olds High during her freshman 
year . . . won 800 point G.A.A. 
State Pin . . . was co-captain of 
varsity speedball and basketball 
teams . . . recorded points and 
served on G.A.A. council . . . 
became F. T. A. member . . . 
took social studies course . . . 
is athletic. 



JOHN HIvMlAN 



N.H.S. treasurer . . . senior class 
vice-president . . . Hi-Y and 
Key Club member . . . strong 
character . . . class day officer 
. . . varsity football nlayer . . . 
superintendent of traffic depart- 
ment . . . library council mem- 
ber .. . cast member of Five 
for Bad Luck and The Valiant 
. . . mathematics course. 



DON DILLON 



Chose an industrial arts course 
. . . played junior high football 
. . . helped as foreman in ma- 
chine shop . . . elected home- 
room vice-president . . . played 
on junior high and varsity base- 
ball teams . . . was study hall 
checker . . . has blond curls and 
blue eyes. 




ROSA LEE DONEVANT 

Career in teaching planned ... 
participant in Spanish Club . . .1 
traffic department member . . .1 
reliable hall monitor . . . repre-i' 
sentative of Junior Red Cross . . .1 
checker in study hall . . . goodj| 
taste . . . language course. 



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DEE ANN DORSETT 

Language course . . . cheerleader 
. . . senior marshal . . . Spanish 
Club secretary . . . Gray Teens 
member . . . homeroom vice- 
president . . . member of G.A.A. 
and Y-Teens . . . pianist for Glee 
Club . . . Gray representative 
for Piedmont Bowl Queen . . . 
musically talented . . . superin- 
tendent of recording department 
. . . Emily in Our Town. 



MICKEY DRAUGHN 

Aspires to be a secretary . . . 
took a commercial course . . . 
belonged to the Future Teachers 
of America . . . assisted in li- 
brary and office as a page . . . 
was P.T.A. homeroom represent- 
ative . . . won 50-word pin in 
typing . . . enjovs playing the 
piano. 



BILL ELLINGTON 

"Most Athletic" and "Most Pop- 
t r ," ,' ' • c °- ca Ptain of varsity 
iootball ami baseball squads . . . 
varsity basketball player . . . 
assistant secretary, vice-president 
and president of student body 
. . . Key Club president . . . 
Hi-Y . . . Spanish Club vice- 
president . . . senior class treas- 
urer . . . study hall superintend- 
ent .. . language course. 



SHELBA JEANNE ELLIOTT 

Assisted librarian and served on 
council . . . joined Y-Teens . . . 
was member of the Future 
leachers of America and the 
French Club ... is planning a 
career in teaching . . . studied 
commercial course ... is de- 
pendable. 




SYLVIA ANN ERNST 

"Pug" . . . selected a general 
commercial course in preparing 
for future . . . hopes to be a 
secretaiv . . . assisted school sec- 
retary in the office ... is friend- 
ly to everyone . . . served as 
superintendent of study hall. 



CHARLES ESSIC- 
Served as manager of baseball 
team . . . took a course of in- 
dustrial arts . . . appointed fore- 
man in shop . . . has hair of 
many colors . . . was member 
of the checking department . . . 
has one desire, to finish high 
school . . . called "Mort." 




DORA E. EVERHART 
"Dee" . . . assistant secretary of 
.National Honor Society . . . 
senior editor of annual . . . 
senior board member . . . home- 
room president . . . member of 
Spanish Club . . . feature editor 
and reporter of Gray Light . . . 
Y-Teens . . . femininity . . . 
language course . . . "Tales Out 
of School" reporter . . . football 
sponsor . . . Quill and Scroll. 




NANCY PRIDDY FAUST 



attended Reynolds two years . . . 
ias homeroom secretary 
ssisted m libra-v and office .'. 
lected "Best All Around" and 
Fnendhest" ... was senior 
marshal . sang in mixed 

Ti S • '• i belon ged to Y-Teens 
nd Spanish Club . . . selected a 
:inguage course ... has a sweet 
isposition. 



JOHN ROSS FERGUSON, JR. 

"Un buen amigo" . . . enjoyed 
language course . . . was an en- 
thusiastic participant in the Span- 
ish Club ... is always polite 
and courteous . . . acted in Our 
Town . . . inducted into the 
Masque and Gavel. 




ROSE FISH 

Chose a home economics course 
served in study hall as superin- 
tendent . . . joined Future Home- 
makers of America . . . partici- 
pated in Y-Teens ... has a 
cheerful manner . . . belonged 
to Girls' Athletic Association. 




WANDA LAYNE FISHEL 



General science course . . . 
managing editor of Gray Light 
■ . . secretary of National Honor 
Society . . . Quill and Scroll 
treasurer . . . F. H. A. treasurer 
• . . member of F. T. A. . . . 
gentility . . . varsity softball 
player . . . Y-Teens . . . poem 
published in National Anthology 
G.A.A. member. 



JERRY FULP 

"Red" . . . preferred a social 
studies course . . . assisted in 
homeroom as checker . . . was 
a homeroom representative of the 
Junior Red Cross . . . partici- 
pated in the functions of the 
Spanish Club ... is a good 
sport. 



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HORACE GATEWOOD 

Majored in mathematics . . . was 
a member of the band and or- 
ches.ra . . . played with the 
"Jive Hounds" . . . inducted 
into Hi-Y . . . played in Pied- 
mont Bowl . . . served on library 
council . . . has a scientific mind 
. . . played on the junior varsity 
and varsity football teams. 



RAY GOFORTH 

Wants to be a machinist ... is 
speedy . . . took an industrial 
arts course . . . helped as ma- 
chine shop foreman . . . checked 
hall passes as monitor . . . won 
second place in State-Wide Art 
Contes'c . . . served as Junior 
Red Cross representative for 
homeroom. 



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home economics 
ras an active mem- 
ber of the band two years. . . 
rendered service as library and 
nurse's room page . . . repre- 
sented homeroom at Red Cross 
meetings . . . presented board 
reports to homeroom . . . joined 
F.H.A. . . . has a big smile for 
everyone . . . "Julie." 



"Lib" . . . "Most Likely to 
Succeed" . . . president of 
N. H. S. and F. T. A. . . . senior 
marshal . . . football sponsor . . . 
superintendent of personal rela- 
tions and interior departments 
. . . debater . . . library council 
superintendent . . . traffic mem- 
ber . . . band . . . superintendent 
of hall monitors . . . mathemat- 
ics course . . . loyalty. 



Completed freshman year at Higt; 
Point . . . gave homeroom boarc 
reports . . . belonged to F.H.A 
and French Club . . . has a sofl 
voice . . . served as alternau 
debater . . . studied language 
. . . helped as library page . . ' 
volunteered for Junior Red Cros 
work . . . desires to be a mis! 
sionary. 



DONALD HARRIS 

Selected industrial arts course 
. . . presided over freshman 
homeroom . . . played reserve 
basketball one year ... is plan- 
ning a thirty -year career in Navy 
... is happy-go-lucky. 





PAULETTE HARRISON 

"Polly" . . . enjoyed secretarial 
cou.se . . . played in band and 
orchestra . . . participated i.i 
basketball, Softball, volleyball, 
and speedball . . . sang with 
mixed chorus . . . elected cap- 
tain of bowling team . . . helped 
as library page . . . worked in 
scholarship departments . . . 
was an active member of G.A.A. 





RAYMOND HEGE 

Industrial arts major . . . future 
machinist . . . machine shop fore- 
man . . . Monogram Club mem- 
ber . . . president and vice- 
president of homeroom . . . 
junior high and varsity football 
player . . . homeroom board 
member . . . superintendent of 
study hall . . . joviality . . . 
manager of football team. 



CHARLES HEMRICK 

"Chuck" ... is planning a ca- 
reer in television work ... is 
cameraman at WTOB-TV . . . 
represented Gray on "Junior 
Jamboree" is musically talented 
. . . took a course in industrial 
arts. 



JOE HEMRICK 

Majored in industrial arts . . . 
was an enthusiastic member of 
the band four years . . . played 
with the "Jive Hounds" ... is 
rhythmical . . . hopes to be a 
professional drummemr. 



WANDA LOU HESTER 

Took a general commercial course 
. . . attended meetings of Junior 
Red Cross regularly . . . rend- 
ered services in the Y-Teen Club 
... is carefree and gay . . . 
desires M.R.S. Degree. 



JANET HILTON 

"Shorty" preferred a course ijj 
science . . . enjoyed playing lias 
ketball, Softball, volleyball, an] 
speedball . . . has starry eyaj 
. . . would like to become | 
secretary. 




ALTON HOLCOMB 



Completed a course in commer- 
cial subjects . . . participated 
in football three years . . . be- 
came a member of the Mono- 
gram Club . . . played in Pied- 
mont Bowl . . . chosen s.udy 
hall superintendent . . . played 
junior varsity baseball . . . wants 
lo become a mechanic. 



TOMMYE JEAN HOLCOMB 

Hopes to work as a p:i/ate sec- 
retary . . . finished a general 
commercial course . . . elected 
superintendent of study hall . . . 
presented homeroom board re- 
ports . . . enjoys traveling . . . 
checked hall passes . . . partici- 
pated in Y-Teen funcLions. 



DALE HOLLAND 

"Peanuts" . . . plans to go to 
college . . . took a general course 
in mathematics . . . was an en- 
thusiastic member of Spanish 
Glub . . . served as homeroom 
representative of the Junior Red 
Cross . . . worked in library and 
attended council meetings . . 
has artistic abilitv. 




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CAROLYN YVONNE HOLT 

Cheerleader . . . Gray Teens 
member . . . singer in North 
Carolina State Chorus two years 

• • . member of Spanish Club 

• • . varsity basketball player 

• • . superintendent of interior 
and recording departments 
treasurer of G.A.A. . . . presiding 
homeroom officer . . . member of 
Glee Club and Y-Teens 
vigorous . . . senior marshal. ' 



SHIRLEY HOOVER 

N.H.S. inductee . . . superinten- 
dent of traffic department and 
hall monitors . . . Spanish Club 
member . . . F.T.A. . . . band 
member . . . president of home- 
room . . G.A.A. . . . player on 
reserve basketball team . . 
P.l.A. representative . . . witty 
... Junior Red Cross repre- 

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Snail" . . . participated in jun- 
101- high, junior varsijy, and var- 
sity basketball . . . played on 
mnior varsi.y and varsity base- 
ball teams . . . completed a 
commercial course ... is bash- 



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SANDRA HOWARD 

Chose a course i.i foreign lan- 
guages . was a member of the 
Spanish Club . . . plans to be- 
come a secretary . . . treats all 
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DAN JOHNSON 

"Feller" . . . elected senior class 
prophet . was member of golf 

team . . . helped clear up traffic 
Problems . presided over 

homeroom three years . . was 
enthusiastic dramatic class mem- 
\f T ' ■ - b S,came a member of 
Monogram Club . . . selected 
a mathematics course . is 

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BILL JONES 



Took ,<, a ,,.?o. ur , se in industrial arts 
... Willie" . . . enjoys playing 
baseball . . . fulfilled duties in 
the Hi-Y Club ... is a loyal 
fan at all athletic games ... is 
interested in becoming an archi- 
tect. 



GRAY JONES 



Hopes to be a machinist . . . 
took industrial arts course . . 
played in Piedmont Bowl game 
«™ ' Was I ? a11 moni tor . . . won 
Player of the Week" honor 
during senior year . . . helped 
m cafeteria . . . played junior 
varsity and varsity basketball 
. . . selected for All-City Football 
Team ... is an outstanding 
athlete . . . starred in football. 



VIRGINIA ANN KING 



J en ■ • • ambition, to be a 
secretary . . . commercial course 
■ • . homeroom secretary . 
assistant chief cheerleader . 
vivaciousness . . . G.A.A. mem- 
J™\; • library page . . . bas- 
ketball and Softball player. 



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BOBBY KNOUSE 
Took an industrial arts course 
■ ■„ Y ants J° be a machinist 
at Western Electric ... has a 
winning smile ... was a Junior 
ned Cross representative . 
worked as a hall monitor . 
served on the library council 
. . . won an honor point pin . . 
assisted as machine shop fore- 



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Senior board member . . . nick 
name, "Gunsmoke" . . . indus 
trial arts course . . . Hi-Y mem 
ber . . . football co-captain . . 
baseball and basketball playe 
. . . contagious laughter . . 
Monogram Club member . . 
Piedmont Bowl participant . . 
study hall superintendent. 



Played in band for four years 
. . . took the math course . . . 
known as "Willie" to all . . . 
wants to be an X-ray technician 
. . . sang in mixed chorus . . . 
was a member of the "Jive 
Hounds" . . . played junior high 
football . . . enjoys music of all 
kinds. 



Future drafter or commercial 
artist . . . industrial arts course 
. . . Key Club and Hi-Y member 
. . . midget football player . . . 
friendliness . . . study hall super- 
intendent. 



NNY LASLEY 



Mathematics course . . . football, 
basketball, and baseball player 
. . . band, Key Club, Hi-Y, and 
Spanish Club member . . . vice- 
president of Junior Class and 
Gray Teens . . . debonair . . . 
future worker in radio or tele- 
vision . . . "Best All Around" 
and "Friendliest" . . . Student 
Organization treasurer 
Piedmont Bowl contender . . . 
Cub Commentator for WSJS . . . 
N.H.S. 



JO ANN LAWRENCE 



"Jo" . . . hearts desire, to be 
nurse . . . commercial cc 
major . . . Y-Teen member 
nurse's room and library pa** 
. . .board member . . .homeroo 
secretary . . . Red Cross repr 
sentative . . . cordial . . . i 
terior department superintends 



MONA RAE LEDFORD 

Took a social studies course . . . 
helped with homeroom attend- 
ance . . . aspires to be a mis- 
sionary nurse . . . has high stan- 
dards. 





JOAN LEE 

Ambition to be a nurse . . . 
general science course . . . speed- 
ball and basketball player . . . 
sociability . . . library council, 
F.H.A. and G.A.A. member . . . 
study hall superintendent. 






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DORIS LEMONS 

Homecoming sponsor . . . Y- 
Teen, G.A.A., N.H.S., and board 
member . . . basketball, Softball, 
and speedball player . . . office 
page . . . mixed chorus singer 
. . . personal relations depart- 
ment . . . Red Cross representa- 
tive . . . understanding. 



GRACE ALLENE LITTLE 

Sue" . . . general science course 

. . Gray Gnomes . . . worker 

i F.H.A. and G.A.A. . . . 
nighter. 



ELIZABETH LOCKLARE 

Future nurse . . . "Lib" . . . 
science course . . . band mem- 
ber . . .nurse's room and library 
page . . . Y-Teen . . . traffic 
and interior department member 
. . . courtesy. 




WILLIE LOWRY 



"Wee Willie" . . . played junior 
high football and reserve basket- 
ball . . . took an industrial arts 
course . . . had poem accepted 
by city anthology . . . sang in 
glee club . . . wants to wear 
tailor-made socks . . . has sporty 
clothes. 



AI.MKTA LUNSFORO 



General commercial course . . 
"Snookie" . . . helpfulness tol 
. . . active member of the F.H; 
. . . music lover . . . particij 
in Y-Teens. 



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ommercial course . . . music 
10m page superintendent . . . 
leerleader . . . mixed chorus 
. . Y-Teen worker . . . library 
)uncil member . . . future sec- 
tary . . . liveliness. 



SHIRLEY McCALL 

Language major . . . "Shirlyle" 
. . . edi.or-in-chief of the Gray 
Light . . . N.H.S. member . . . 
cheerleader . . . football sponsor 
. . . senior marshal . . . debater 
. . . president of Quill and Scroll 
. . . F.T.A. . . . Spanish Club 
. . . glee club singer . . . study 
hall council and interior depart- 
ment superintendent . . . intelli- 
gence. 



ALLEN MILLS 

Ambition, to be an architect . . . 
homeroom president . . . junior 
varsity football . . . industrial 
arts course . . . Gray Teens . . . 
honorable mention in state draft- 
ing contest . . . "Betty" . . . 
mischievousness. 



JOAN MILTON 



HOWARD MORGAN 



"Joanie" 
laboratory techn 
tional Honor Soc 
mixed chorus singer 
and board member 



ikt course . . . 

cian . . . Na- 

etv member . . . 

Y-Teen, 

good ex- 



Industrial art: 
"Shorty" . . 
world tour . 
shop foreman 



vants to take a 
was a machine 
. is easy going. 



ample of honorable character. 



SYLVIA LOUISE NANCE 

Favorite pastime, listening to 
popular records and swimming 
. . . business course . . . Junior 
Red Cross . . . homeroom secre- 
tary . . . Y"-Teens . . . library- 
council . . . lovely black hair. 



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blushes . . 
president . . 

ball teams . . 
department . 
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. . . "Doug" . . . 
. homeroom vice- 
. library council 
football and basket- 
. Hi-Y . . . traffic 
. . Junior Red Cross 
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. took a commercial course 
. worked in Hi-Y Club . . . 
quiet manner . . . played 
basketball. 



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"Ernie" . . . industrial arts course 
• . . model airplane club . . . 
midget foo.ball ... a willing 
helper. 





MARY ANN REECE 

"Reece" . . . high stepper for 
four years . . . sweet and attrac- 
tive . . . homeroom vice-presi- 
dent . . . Y-Teen member . . . 
scolarship worker . . . commer- 
cial course major. 



RITA REICH 

General commercial course . . . 
pleasing personality . . . "Bit" 
. . . Y-Teen . . . majorette . . . 
office page . . . ambition, to be 
a typist . . . Gray Gnomes. 



ORA LEE REYNOLDS 

A mind for sports . . . social 
studies major . . . F.H.A. vice- 
president . . . glee club . . . 
majorette . . . homeroom secre- 
tary . . . G.A.A. secretary . . . 
speedball, Softball, and basketball 
varsity player. 



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RONNIE RIERSON 

Spanish Club . . . varsity football 
. . . study hall superintendent 
. . . most outstanding football 
player in city . . . "Player of 
the Week" in football . . . All- 
City Football Team . . . indus- 
trial arts cou'se . . . Piedmont 
Bowl . . . All-Conference . . . 
goal, to work at Western Electric 
. . . basketball and baseball. 







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JANE ROBERTS 

Wants to be an earnest office 
worker . . . chose a commercial 
course . . . sang in glee club 
. . . worked as an office page 
... is thoughtful of others. 



JIM ROSE 

Excellent leader . . . math course 
. . . "Most Likely to Succeed" 
. . . winner of Declamation Cup 
. . . varsity football plaver . . . 
Junior Class President ... ac- 
tive par.icipant of N.H.S. . . . 
member of Hi-Y, Key Club, 
Masque and Gavel, and Spanish 
Club . . . president of Student 
Body . . . technician in the play 
"Our Town." 



SANDRA ROSE 

N.H.S. . . . corresponding secre- 
tary of school . . . Masque and 
Gavel, Gray Teens, F.T.A., Y- 
Teens, French and Spanish Club 
member . . . winner of "Ameri- 
canism" and "I Speak for De- 
mocracy" contests . . . homeroom 
secretary . . . efficiency . . . 
language course . . . cub com- 
mentator . . . dramatics membe- 
. . . poetry published in national 
anthology . . . QuiH and Scroll. 



LEONARD RUBIN 

"Yank" . . . ambition, to enteri 
the business field . . . rnatl^ 
course major . . . Roxburg Me- 
morial High School for three 
years . . . manager of all three 
varsity teams. 



JO ANN RULE 

Home economics course . 
hobby, playing the piano . . . 
member of F.H.A. . . . sincerity 
. . . goal, to be a good typist. 





JANET SATTENFIELD 

"Jan" . . . would like to be a 
secretary . . . played on the 
bowling team . . . was a mem- 
ber of the Red Cross and F.H.A. 
. . . has a vivid personality . . . 
sang in mixed chorus . . . elected 
study hall superintendent . . . 
was a color guard for the band 
. . . helped check attendance 
. . . took a secretarial course. 





TED SATTENFIELD 

Homeroom president . . . indus- 
trial arts course . . . machine 
shop foreman . . . ambition, to 
be a marine . . . "Tiny Ted" 
. . . reserve basketball . . . foot- 
ball, baseball and basketball 
manager . . . Piedmont Bowl 
manager . . . laughter. 



DORIS SHAMEL 

Language course major . . . 
played varsity basketball and 
spccdball . . . has qualities of a 
good leader . . . was a member 
of the Spanish Club . . . served 
as president of the Gray Teens 
and Junior Red Cross . . '. played 
in the band ... led the basket- 
ball team as co-captain . . . 
wants to be a physical education 
teacher . . . inducted into N.H.S. 



PAUL SHOAF 

Gray Teen Council member . . . 
language course major . . . 
homeroom president . . . Spanish 
and Monogram Club member . . . 
baseball player . . . band partici- 
pant . . . good nature . . . 
\arsity football and baseball. 



JANELLE FAYE SHUFORD 

Wants to travel . . . "Jan" . . . 
home economics course 
F.H.A. . . . G.A.A. . . . board 
member for homeroom . . . home- 
room treasurer ... art sludent 
. . . laughing eyes. 



JANIE SLOOP 

Majored in secretarial work . . . 
hopes to become a secretary . . . 
is fond of sports . . . served as 
an enthusiastic cheerleader for 
two years . . . shared library 
council duties . . , has pretty 
brown eyes. 



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SHELBY SMITH 

Served as a hall monitor . . . 
majored in industrial arts . . . 
is polite . . . wants to become 
a member of the Air Force . . . 
"Olen" . . . won first place in 
state industrial arts contest. 




CHARLES SPANN 

"Buck" . . . future engineer . . . 
machine shop foreman . . . 
ready with a smile . . . industrial 
arts course . . . willingness to 
help others. 



PHYLLIS SPRY 

Cheerleader . . . nurse's room 
page . . . Y-Teen and G.A.A. 
member . . . "Wittiest" superla- 
tive . . . vice-president of Junior 
Red Cross . . . board member 
. . . homeroom president . . . 
giggles . . . basketball and speed- 
ball player . . . commercial 
course . . . ambition, to be a 
private secretary. 



JO ANN STALEY 



HARVEY STANFIELD 



General commercial course . . . Attended Griffith school for two 

Jenny . . . hobby, playing the years . . . voted "Wittiest" by 

piano, soccer . . . sports fan . . . senior class . . . took a genera] 

pleasant greeting for all . . . commercial course . . served 

ambition, to be a secretary. on library staff ... is gay all 

twenty-four hours. 



DON STOVALL 

"Stogie" . . . math course . . . 
future mechanical engineer . . . 
personal relations superintendent 
. . . band president . . . Hi-Y 
• . . mixed chorus . . . Mono- 
gram Club . . .good looks . . . 
football . . . tennis star . . . 
Key Club. 




CHARLES STYRON 

"Most Intellectual" . . . vice- 
president of N.H.S., Key Club, 
and French Club . . . superin- 
tendent of traffic department and 
library council . . . senior class 
historian . . . football, basket- 
ball, and baseball teams . . . 
Red Cross representative . . . 
mathematics course . . . future 
businessman . . . ambitious. 




JO ANN SWAIM 

.H.S. . . . P.T.A. representative 
.."i -Teens . . . superintendent 
library pages . . . board mem- 
JT . . . commercial course . . . 
ture private secretary . . . 
mor Red Cross volunteer . . . 
lendliness , . . Masque and 
avel. 



JON TED TALLEY 

Industrial arts course . . . Red 
Cross member . . . future ma- 
chinest . . . varsity football 
player . . . "Tarzan" . . . Pied- 
mont Bowl participant . . . easy- 
going. 






MARY THERESA TAMER 

Ambition, to be a fashion artist 
. . . "Mert" . . . language course 
. . . Y-Teens . . . French Club 
. . . F.T.A. secretary . . , talent 
. . . F.H.A. member . . . office 
page . . . "Gab from Gray" cor- 
respondent . . . Blue and Gold 
senior editor . . . alternate de- 
bater . . . assistant associate 
editor of Gray Light . . , super- 
intendent of publicity. 



PEGGY TEAGUE 

Commercial course . . . "Peg" 
. . . future secretary . . . board 
member . . . radiance . . . 
sophomore page . . . homeroom 
secretary . . . library page . . . 
hobbies, skating and playing the 
piano . . . lovely blonde hair . . , 
N.H.S. 



JO ANN TERRELL 

G.A.A. member . . . "Jo" . . . 
wants to be a secretary . . . 
participated in speedball and 
volleyball tournaments . . . took 
a commercial course . . . has an 
attractive smile. 




BILLY GRAY TROUTMAN 

Wants to be a highway patrol- 
man . . . took a commercial 
course . . . "Swabbie" . . . has 
much wit and a wide smile. 



PATSY TYRRELL 

Language Course . . . "Pat" . . . 
desire, to travel extensively . . . 
secretary of Quill and Scroll . . . 
editor of 1955 Blue and Gold 
. . . Spanish Club president . . . 
F.T.A. and Y-Teens . . . N.H.S. 
. . . football sponsor . . . office 
and nurse's room page . . . 
board member . . . Y-Teens dele- 
gate to State Conference . . . 
originality. 



BETTY SUE HALL UTT 

Desires to be an office worker 
. . . took a secretarial course 
. . . was a loyal member of the 
Y-Teens for two years . . . aided 
in the office as a page . . . has 
good taste. 



DAVID WALKER 

"Dave" . . . voted "Best Look- 
ing" in class . . . majored in 
industrial arts . . . wants to be 
a hair designer . . . has dark 
features. 



ROBERT WALKER 

Was once smallest boy in schoc 
. . . played reserve basketba 
. . . served on the traffic depart 
ment . . . wants to serve in th 
United States Navy . . . took a 
industrial arts course . . . playei 
midget football ... is popular 



BOBBY WEATHERMAN 

Language Course . . . "Ham- 
bone" . . . Gray Teen Council 
. . . member of the board and 
Hi-Y . . .flag superintendent . . . 
carefree . . . French Club treas- 
urer . . . hall monitor . . . treas- 
urer of homeroom . . . dramatics 
student . . . checking department 
. . . Masque and Gavel. 





BETTY JEAN WIDENER 
Future secretary . . . home eco- 
nomics course . . . G.A.A. . . . 
eargerness . . . varsity player of 
the speedball, basketball, and 
Softball teams . . . Red Cross 
representative . . . poetry pub- 
lished in city and national an- 
thologies . . . perfect attendance 
for four years . . . table tennis 
winner . . . reserved. 




WESLEY WILLARD 

Filled with life . . . "Wes" . . . 
poem accepted in national an- 
thology . . . took a mathematics 
course . . . served as president of 
homeroom . . . worked on library 
council . . . wants to be an 
electrical engineer . . . booster 
of all athletics. 



CLAUDIA WILLIARD 
Understanding eyes 



. . . speedy typist . . . office 
page . . . commercial course 
major. 




MARTHA WILSON 



General science course . . . "Most 
Intellectual" superlative . . . 
Blue and Gold business manager 
. . . N.H.S. . . . Quill and Scroll 
member . . . Y-Teens . . . F.T.A. 
. . . F.H.A. . . . historian . . . 
"Mart" . . . homeroom president 
. . . mixed chorus . . . traffic 
department . . . board member 



MKHLYN WISIION 



Chose a commercial course . . . 
is quiet . . . wishes to be a 
Salvation Army officer . . . was 
a band student for three years 
. . . served as study hall checker. 



G1D WOODARD 

"George" . . . school commen- 
tator on T.V. . . . su lerintendenl 
of the visual aid and the stud\ r 
hall departments . . . ambition 
to be a radio and televisior jjL 
engineer . . . technician in thdf/ 
play "Our Town." 




RAY WRIGHT 



Selected math course ... at- 
tended Attleboro High School 
. . . "Razor" . . . chosen as 
"Player of the Week" in basket- 
ball . . . was an active partici- 
pant in football, track, and golt 
. . . belonged to the Hi-Y and 
Monogram Clubs . . . was traffic 
superintendent . . . sang wi.h 
mixed chorus . . . received 
honorable mention on All-City 



JACK CLINTON YODER 



Served homeroom as board mem- 
ber and president . . . desires 
to go around the world . . . took 
the industrial arts course . . . 
is clever. 



MARY ROSE YONTZ 

Social studies course . . . "Most 
Athletic" girl . . . G.A.A. council 
member and president . . . 
spcedball, softball, and basket- 
ball player . . . eight-hundred 
points for G.A.A. State Pin . . . 
president and secretary of home- 
rooms . . . chorus . . . pep and 
energy. 



MAX YONTZ 

Took industrial arts course . . . 
wants to be a sheet metal drafts- 
man . . . served as vice-president 
of homeroom ... is ready with 
laughter. 



MONTINE YOUNG 

Senior class secretary . . . library 
council member . . . "Most Pop- 
ular" superlative . . . basketball 
player . . . chief cheerleader for 
two years . . . assistant secretary 
and recording secretary of school 
. . . senior marshal . . . beauty 
. . . secretarial course. 



basketball team. 



Senior Marshals 






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Nancy Faust 

Johnny Lasley 






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Jim Rose 





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David Walker 
Kay Beeker 



Bill Ellington 

Mary Rose Yontz 



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Johnny Lasley 



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Charles Styron 




Harvey Stanfield 
Phyllis Spry 



Montine Young 
Bill Ellington 



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Young, secretary; John Denham, vice-president, and 



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Class Day officers are Dan Johnson, prophet; Charles Styron, historian; and John Denhau 

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STUDENT 
OFFICERS 



Second Semester 



Installation services in the audit- 
torium . . . rushing to the Monday 
morning meetings by 8:15 ... intro- 
ducing guest speakers at assemblies 
. . . important conferences with the 
principal . . . added responsibilities 
as an officer of the school . . . Miss 
Kathleen Hall's guidance through 
the year . . . reading the minutes . . . 
checking the homeroom minutes . . . 
giving reports on meetings. 




First row: D. Dorsett, recording secretary; P. 
corresponding secretary. Second row: C. Bovenc 
Ellington, president. Third row J. Lasley, treasurer 




rush begins! Mrs. Carrie May Allgood. 



1954 M 



Officers of the newly formed F.H.A. Club looking over 
the new equipment in the home enonomics room are Wanda 
Fishel. treasurer; Ora Lee Reynolds, vice-president; 
Mitzi Reavis. secretary; and Nancy James, president. 




This is a typical scene in the halls at )unior Red Cross members Doris Snamel. One of the Board's projects during tne 

Gray. Talking over the day's events are June Quackenbush, Dale Holland, and year was the painting of the student office 

Bill Jones. Ann Charles, Jo Ann Lawrence, Buddy Tate work on an informative bul- by Robert Benton and Jimmy Rose, 

and John Ferguson. letin board. 



9 1955 





Doing their part to keep the grounds clean are A. Pike 
, Parker. P. Redding, S. Woodcock, and P. Sloan. 



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Sue Wood and Sandra Rose finish a Harold Cole and Mitzi Reavis 

Christmas bulletin board to be entered in courts after an afternoon of tennis 

the N.H.S. contest. 



built in 19:0. 




This is the end of a perfect day 



Driving Class members: J. Sattenfield, R. Fish, E. Far- 
ley, and S. Bates are ready to leave for a test run with 
the instructor. Mr. L. H. Lancaster. 



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CAROL ADAMS 
LUCY ALLEN 

WAYNE ALLEN 
MARTHA ATKINS 
SAMMY BILLINGS 
JOAN BLEDSOE 



JANICE BOBBITT 
JOHN BODFORD 

BARBARA BOLEJACK 
ELLA BORDERS 

NANCY BOWDEN 
BILL BOWMAN 



TERRY BOWMAN 
JANE BRANN 

BARBARA BRENDLE 
SYLVIA BRITTAIN 
JEAN BROWN 

LYNDON BROWN 



RONNIE BROWN 
DRAMA BRYANT 
JACKSIE BUNN 
PAT BURCHETTE 
BILLIE BUTCHER 
LARRY CANADA 



DORIS CASPER 

SELMA CHAPPELL 
BETTY CHITTY 
VIRGIL CHITTY 
C. A. COE 

JEAN COOK 



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PATRICIA COOK 

SANDRA COPLEY 
BILLY JO COUCH 
ANN CRATER 

F. D. CRAVER 

PEGGY CRAVER 



CAROL CREWS 

LARRY CRINER 
ALICE DAVIS 
IOAN DAVIS 

MARJORIE DAVIS 
ALLAN DIETZ 



BUDDY DORSETT 
CAROL EBERT 

ROGER ELLIOT 
JACK ERNEST 

NANCY ERNEST 
TOMMY ESSIC 



CAROLYN FERRIS 
GENE FISHEL 

HENRY FISHEL 
JO ANN FLIPPIN 
BILLY FLYNT 

DIANE FOLTZ 



RENNA FOUST 
GAY FOY 

DALE FREEMAN 
EZRA GOUPH 

SYLVIA GUINN 

MIKE HAMPTON 



JO ANN HEMRICK 
SANDRA HEPLER 
ANN HIGHSMITH 
LARRY HOPKINS 
JANE HUTCHINS 
NANCY JAMES 



CAROLE JARRARD 
PATSY JENKINS 

TOBY JOHNSON 
CLETE KETNER 

BENJY LEMMONS 

PEGGY LEMMONS 



ANITA LINVILLE 
PHYLLIS LOGAN 

JIMMY LOGGINS 
SANDRA MARTIN 

BESSIE MAYBERRY 
ANNA LU McGEE 



HAZEL MERRIMAN 
GEORGE MOCK 
BETSY MOORE 
NANCY MOORE 
BONNIE MOSER 
MONTE MULLIS 








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TIMOTHY MURRAY 
JEAN MUSTIN 
BOBBY NANCE 
MERLEY NEAL 

PATSY NEWSOME 



BETSY NoRTHRUP 

MARGARET PAIGE 

ROLAND PEACOCK 
BARBARA PINNIX 
JO ANN POSEY 

DARREL RAPER 



MITZI REAVIS 

WILLIAM REICH 
JANE RIERSON 
KENNETH ROBERTS 
BELVA RUMLEY 

MARY LOU SAGE 



PAUL SEALEY 

SARA SEALEY 

JERRY SHEPHERD 
HAL SLAUGHTER 
RITA SPARKS 

DORIS SPEAKS 



WANDA SPEASE 

SHELBY SPRINKLE 
NANCY STEWART 
FRANCES STINE 
JUANITA STORY 
COLEEN SWEET 



CAROLYN TAVIS 

JOHNNY TAYLOR 
SAMMY TESH 
WILLIAM TUTTLE 
PAT VERNON 

MARTHA WAGGONER 



NANCY WALKER 
NANCY WALL 
DON WHITE 
FAY WILLIAMS 

FRANCES WILLIAMS 
NANCY WILLIAMS 



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SOPHOMORES 




F. Watson. G. Chitti 

Gentry. H. Walker, ']. Tesh~" v""Wi! kins' 
Jarvis, G. Alspaugh, J. Adams, K. Johns. 
Iroutman, F. Parker, W. Smith. Third row 
Marshall. M. Kiger. M. Robertson. A W 
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Sattenf.eld. G. Caudle. H. Randleman. M. Atwood 



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V. Lee. 
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J. Groce. 
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Kiger. J. Ferguson. J. Shor 

Ward. K. Hall, H. Stewart 

Franklin, P. King, G. Gambill, O. HartTeV ]'. 

Royall. Fifth row: K. Pierce. M. Biles, F 

Brown. D. Conrad. J. Batten, R. Williard 

Miller. W. Shugart, W. Campbell. W. Ashv 

D. Byrd. R. Shackleford, R. Wheeler J Bro- 



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Sprinkle. R. Hartley, M 
iverhart, B. Baughman, C 
Fesperman. T. Cook, F, 
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rth, F. Scott, J. Hutchins 
. B. Johnson, W. Fansler 







A wT ! k V^T^ ° D Motsi "9"' W. Wa.ker. E. Money. P. Hauser 
cond row T' F , ' ^ \T°"' T ' Hc3th ' C Burchette. B Marsh. Se 
Eaton E' r f f a " T r U °"'^ °' Cant "' T ' S P rinkIe ' K. Hayes, D 



S. Bra 
E. Cro 
A. Lon 




■ H. Dyson, R. Lawson, 
E. Crutchfield, F. Wolfe 
L. Cook, L. Settle, J. Heqe 
Hamby, B. Biles. Fifth 

Peddycord, E. Heagy, P. Dowell 
Clark, L. He 
T. Minor, D. Boyer, B. Pain 



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FKESHMEN 



C: r r , , fo fy r n ?: ' . T< ^ 




,ns, C. Ketchic. J. Hill. E. Edwards, B. Sprinkle, S 
P. Tate. G. Peel, G. Ellis. B. Merrit, S. Collins 
P. Phipps. Second row: C. Hayes, B. Walker, A. Hildreth, F. Griffin 
R. Reynolds, D. Whitley. B. Shutt. B. Dunlap, F. Motsinger, R. Mosei 
D. Love, R. Terrell. T. Holt, P. Collins, K. Jones, P. Shell. Third row 
A. Ringley. M. Hagermon. J. Simpson, G. Bodenheimer, E. Craven, S 
Norris, H. Finley, A. Fields, C. George, C. Rose, M. Miller. R. Knouse 
S. Crotts. M. Nichols, D. Raper, S. Warren, F. Smith, D. Redding 



Honeycutt. B. Bowles. B. Hackett. 

A. Mullis. N. Ambrose. L. Sidden, M. 

Tate. P. Hutchens, D. Miller. J. Cockerham, C.P. Dunnagan, 

B. Carper, R. Brooks. C. Atkins. Fifth row: R. Garner. 

Templeton, L. Stvron, S. Dorsett, W. Martin, C. Wilson. 

oway. G. Hartis, B. Burks, D. Spaugh, J. Shore. L. McDa 

C. Pike. C. Blankenship. J. Harlow, R. Knouse, D. Deveaux, D. 

Nt 







Wood, D. Payne, K. Owens. J. Potts, D. Foust, A. Kennedy, M. Ketchie 
B. Crouch. Third row: W. Crotts, J. Cockerham. G. Minton. L. Griffin 
A. Thomas. B. Reid, L. Freeman. P. Hall, R. Harrison, E. Combs. N 
White. C. Watts, L. Jordon, S. Jordon, T. Hanes. P. Ford. J. Hurst 
A. Walker. A. Widener, J. Tavlor, S. Jarvis, M. Procter. R Willard 



EIGHTH GRADES 

, . . . ••■■,..-' 




Templeton, B. Dixon, 
S. Dickey. J. Floyd, 
ne, M. Hall. J. Swaim. 
R. Long. W. Golforth. 
S. Dickey, G. Largen, 



(p. l|-.-C 



^ m ^ ..^ , A ^ ^ 






.... 




First row: Mr. Andre Muelenaer. Miss Phyllis Forrest. S. Williams, 
M. Morgan. J. Morgan. M. Myers. K. Boiling, G. Gordon. J. Austin 
N. Hutchins. P. Sloan, P. Redding. M. Williams, E. Booe, B. Calla- 
han, G. Anderson, H. New, L. Nelson, Mrs. Suzanne Britt. Mr. Garnet 
Clark. Second row: D. Green. S. Barton. A. Collins. R. Thompson. G. 
Beckel. B. Greer. C. Ramsey. L. Swink. U. Kestler. B. Huff. D. Huds- 
peth, K. Smith, S. Sykes, D. Widner, B. Sweet, D. James B Weavil 
H.C. Flint. C.A. Sristow, K. Wilkes, D. Humphrey. T. Mcknight. Third 
row: B. Overby. F. Goforth. G. Turner. J. Johnson. D. Spry, K. Triplet! 
F. Bostic. J. Bobitt. J. Jones. J. Hege, M. Huffman. N. Hudspeth, L. Mor- 
gan. F. Conrad. D. Settle, H. Fishel, L. Cobler, W. Fishel, R.L. Crews, 



E. Houck. D. Bunn, S. Re 
Scott. K. Yontz. G. Moore, 
ley. A. Shuler, S. Mikl, 
C. Leonard. N. Bledsoe 
Doty, R. Alexander, G 



f St 



hrock. P. Lovins, G. Lackey. Fourth row: S 
e, L. Montgomery, J. Reich. F. Myers, J. Graw 
, S.' Wiles, J. Roberts, S. Woodcock. M. Sykes 
C. Stinson. A. Morris, J. Todd. N. Mickey, R 
Brinkley, R. Foster. J. Whisenhunt. T. Martin 



:<s. Fourth row: P. Holbrook. G. Hill, P. McCollum, C. Love T 
, J. Stanley, B. Fields. T. Gray. H. Williams. C. Sheets. T. San- 
. Brindle. A. King. J. Morgan, D. Mathis, J. Plunkett, W. Bledsoe 
:, K. Wagoner, D. Chamberlain, J. Basch, K. Corr, D. Baity D 
■ N. Phelps. A. Sinquefield, A. Pike, G. Wilkins, 




CLASSES 



Miss Ruth Meinung, physics teacher, shows John Denhar 
Milton, and Benjy Lemons how to use weights and other equipn 




Mr. Edgar Berry, mechan 



ts in their work. 




M 



Starting the day with morning de- 
votionals . . . talking with old friends 
and meeting new ones . . . reading 
books . . . using formulas and con- 
structing parallelograms . . . cutting 
up frogs . . . typing . . . studying oth- 
er countries . . . learning foreign lan- 
guages . . . experimenting with chem- 
icals . . . sewing . . . driving . . . learn- 
ing fundamentals of basketball, foot- 
ball, and other games . . . writing 
compositions . . . taking dictation . . . 
preparing for exams. 






S5 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




Judging Christmas bulletin boards 
. . . attending state N.H.S. convention 
at Wilmington . . . ushering at assem- 
blies . . . leading the "minute of pray- 
er" . . . arranging seating in the aud- 
itorium . . . sending school newspa- 
pers to alumni in the service . . . at- 
tending meetings on alternate Thurs- 
days . . . coming to order, with Lib 
Guinn presiding. 



Officers of the N.H.S. are Wanda Fishel. secretary; Lib Guir. 
president; Dora Everhart, assistant secretary; Charles Styron, vi< 




4 MEMBERS 



Spanish 
Club 




First row: N Faust. D. Holland. S. Hoover. J. Ferguson. M. Mull 
Second row: R. L. Donevant. L. Allen, D. Shamel. E. Beckel, L. Brow 
S. Howard, D. Dorsett. Mrs. Carrie May Allgood. Third row: B. Ellin 



H n i' f D r EV L rh \ rt ' V L ?- Sley ' L R ° Se ' S - McCa "- P ' T y rre11 ' D ' Boyd, C. 
Holt, G, Mock, G. Carter. R. Porter. B. Johnson. 



'La Fiesta Espanola' . . . breaking 
pinatas . . . playing bingo, Spanish 
style . . . visiting teacher from Puerto 
Rico teaching the class . . . singing 
Christmas carols in foreign languages 
...playing games translated into 
French . . . keeping records of foreign 
languages used around us . . . study- 
ing foreign relics and newspapers . . . 
planning language displays. 



Project 




Getting ready for "La Fiesta Espanola," the Spanish Club's 
first project of the year, are Patsy Tyrrell. Johnny Lasley. 
Carolyn Holt. 



French 
Club 




M. Waggoner. P. Carter. J. Ha 
. G. Crim. S. Elliot, Mrs. Car 



y, M. Tamer. D. Speaks, G 
May Allgood. Second row 



;« 



fc - - M 

H. Cole. L. Brendle. C. St 
B. Lackman. 



H. Slaught. 



DEBATERS 



o & # 




Mr. Paul Walter, new coach . . . 
Resolved: That the Federal Gov- 
ernment should initiate a policy of 
free trade among nations friendly to 
the United States . . . practice debate 
with Reynolds . . . opponents in the 
triangular debate, Concord and North 
Wilkesboro . . . alternates Anne Mar. 
tiner, Sarah Long, Pat Vernon, and 
Janet Lemons. 



Electing our officers . . . president, 
Joyce Brown . . . vice-president, Ro- 
bert Benton . . . secretary, Harold 
Cole . . . corresponding secretary, Lib 
Guinn . . . treasurer, Doris Speaks . . . 
Mrs. Grace James, sponsor . . . meet- 
ing on Wednesday mornings . . . ush- 
ering for "Our Town" . . . holding in- 
duction January 21 . . . ten new 
members . . . spring one-act play . . . 
Better Speech Week . . . National 
Speech Award. 




Dramatics class students giving pantomimes are J. Tesh. L. Willard. 
K. Avis, J. Ferguson, D. Clark, S. Crotts, H. Finley. B. Butcher. D. 
lohnson, M. Atkins, and M. Tamer. 



MASQUE AND GAVEL 




First row: A. Martiner, J. 
S. Rose. Second row: J. S 
Lavinia Robinson. P. Newsc 



Brown. N. James. G. Barrington, L. Guir 
vaim. W. Speas. J. McClain. S. Long, M 
me, D. Speaks, H. Cole. Third row: J. Ro: 



Mr. Paul Walter, B. Johnson, R. Benton, J. Fe 
B. Weatherman, B. Dorsett, W. Shugart, Mrs. Gr 



R. Shakleford, 



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SPEECH ARTS 



Mrs. Grace James, director . . . Mr. 
Paul Walter, assistant director, for 
fall production "Our Town" 
after-school rehearsals for plays . . . 
preparing the set . . . learning to ap- 
ply make-up . . . taking part in the 
annual festival of the Carolina Dra- 
matics Association at Chapel Hill 
building and designing model scenic 
sets . . . 





giving speeches and pantomimes . . . 
practicing one-person scenes . . . 
studying history of drama . . . mem- 
orizing lines . . . painting scenery 
. . . adjusting the lights . . producing 
effects . . . making-up costumes . . . 
painting tickets and programs . . . 
publicizing plays . . . acting in "Hello 
Out There" . . . presenting three-act 
play "You Can't Take It With You" 
. . . enjoying cast parties. 



Part of the production staff getting ready for the next play are C. Car. 
P. Spry, W. Speas, A. Morris, J. McClain. Mrs. Grace James J S* 
L. Styron, J. Batten. J. Harlow, and M. Ledford. 




STUDENT BOARD 



Board meetings with Jimmy Rose, 
president, first semester . . . discus- 
sions of school affairs . . . changing 
of the school constitution . . . plan- 
ning of the devotional assemblies . . . 
selling of Blue and Gold buttons . . . 
reports to homeroom from board 
members . . . class discussions at 
homeroom meetings every Tuesday 
morning . . . the sponsoring of a 
semi-formal Valentine dance ... se- 
cond semester elections of the stu- 
dent government officers . . . the 
election of Bill Ellington president 
for the second semester. 




40 




SUPERINTENDENTS 



Appointment of study hall super- 
intendents . . . working in the Snack 
Bar . . . regular checking of the 
grounds . . . making schedule for hall 
monitors . . keeping bulletin boards 
interesting and up-to-date . . . selling 
supplies before school . . . operating 
movie and slide projectors . . . scrub- 
bing pencil marks off walls . . . find- 
ing owners of lost and found articles 
. . . keeping traffic in the halls order- 
ly .. . placing posters in the halls of 
dances, ball games and other school 
activities . . . distributing and taking 
up text books. 



First row: C. Carlberg. D. Conrad, 
P. Carter. M. Tamer. S. Long, S. H_ 
_. D. Freeman. Fourth 
Styron, R. Benton. G. Woodard. 



41 



LIBRARY COUNCIL 




Miller. D. Pa 
D. Spaugh. C. 



W. Willa 
, J. Lee. 




Miss Sally Johnston, librarian . . . arranging displays 
. . . stamping books . . . writing reviews . . . illustrating 
books with attractive bulletin boards . . . collecting 
overdue fines . . . straightening books . . . keeping si- 
lence in the reference room . . . meeting of council 
and pages . . . preparing new books for the shelves 
. . . stamping library slips . . . enjoying magazines . . . 
keeping catalog up to date . . . publicizing new books 
. . . ringing bells . . . typing new book cards . . . taking 
yearly inventory . . . preparing bibliographies for 
teachers . . . giving tea for faculty and journalism 
department. 



LIBRARY PAGES 




SENIOR Y-TEENS 




Moser, N. Moore. N. Faujt, P 
M. Sage, B. Bolejack, M. Waggoner. Secon 
Tamer, J. Davis, H. Merriman. M. Wilson. 
S. Sealey, W, Spease, M. Reavis, M. Atkin 



Belva Rumley leading the Senior Y-Teens . . . coke 
party in the cafeteria for the first meeting . . . attend- 
ing the Recognition Service at Centenary Methodist 
Church . . . inducting new officers . . . Evelyn Crutch- 
field, presiding at the Junior Y-Teen meetings . . . 
semi-formal Valentine Dance. . . sponsoring World 
Fellowship Week . . . Lou Montgomery, president of 
the eighth grade club . . . week-end at Camp Betty 
Hastings . . . attending inter-club council meetings . . . 
Misses Nina Clayborn and Pat Sommerdahl, city- 
wide advisers. 



JUNIOR Y-TEENS 




Montgomery. A. W 
S. Caldwell, C. Bui 



PUBLICATIONS 




First row: E. H 



Editors 




Proof-residing . . . writing editorials and 
features . . . taking indentifications . . . 
drawing cartoons . . . selling subscriptions 
to publications . . . choosing subjects for 
On-the-Beam . . . reading exchanges . . . 
distributing Gray Lights . . . typing 
stories . . . trips to photographers and to 
Piedmont Engraving Company. 



Staff 



Seated: Shirley McCall 
Tyrrell, editor-in-chief of 
Martha Wilson, business n 



•in-chief of Gray Light- 
nd Gold Year Book: ste 
Wanda Fishel. managing 



Late hours after school . . . trips to Mr. 
Charles E. Talton's and to Reynolds Print 
Shop . . . exchanging papers with other 
schools . . . attending student press con- 
ventions . . . getting last minute stories in 
. . . visiting Forsyth Tuberculosis Sanitor- 
ium . . . checking beats . . . getting files up- 
to-date . . . Quill and Scroll induction . . . 
taking pictures for the annual . . . 




Kneeling: L. Brown, N. Moore. St, 
Atkinson. G. Crim. R. Peacock. S. Lone 



u 



MONOGRAM CLUB 




First row: R. Wriqht. B. Ellington, 1 
L. Criner. Second Row: B. Dorsett L 
J. Talley, R. Hege. S.F. Mullis. Third 
Walser, C.A. Coe. S. Tesh, J. Lasley. 



Brown. P. Shoaf, L. La key 
Srendle, J. Bedford. D. Clark 
ow: H. Cole. T. Murray, N 

Rose. R. Benton, D. Johnson 



Tom Cash D. Stovall. Fourth row: D. Hoots. H. Gatewood, D. Parris... 
J. Hanes J. Bean. Fifth Row: R. Caudill, B. Bowman A Dietz L Rubin 
A. Holcomb. C. Bovender, C. Styron. B. Jones. 



OFFICERS 



Honor Society for second year journa- 
lism students . . . Miss Moselle Stephenson, 
adviser . . . afternoon meetings in Room 
215 .. . working on files . . . writing letters 
to the parents of students who receive 
honors . . . keeping scrapbook of school 
activities . . . receiving Quill and Scroll 
Magazine each month . . . sponsoring P. T. 
A. Fair in the spring . . . collecting dues 
electing officers . . . 



QUILL AND SCROLL 





Sending second year journalism students' 
printed material to the National Quill and 
Scroll Association for approval . . . plan- 
ning and holding induction . . . giving 
"What's My Secret" ... six new members 
inducted . . . going-away party for mem- 
bers who are graduating. 



/ inducted membe 
Everhart. Standing: Sand 
and Nancy Moore. 



RED CROSS 




First row: R. Terrell. A. Johnson. M. Atkins. C. Adams. T. Heath. S 
Crotts. D. Payne. M. Livengood. D. Hemrick. O. Wright. M. Proctor 
J. Quackenbush. G. Cummings. Second row: Miss D. Aycock. D. Bre»- 
cr. J. Bailey, A. Jones, P. Spry, P. Lovis. L. Morgan, J Brendle, R 



J. Regan. B. Neal. M. Hampton. D. Freeman. M. Neal. B. 
Reich. Fourth row: W. Campbell, D. Shamel. E. Crutchfield, 
R. Knouse. M. Biles, J. Lemons, J. Harlow. C. W. Atkins. 



First row: B. Ellington, H. Cole. T. Murray. G. Parrish. L. Brown, C. 
Bovender. R. Wright. Second row L. Lakey, D. Parrish, R. Benton, J. 
Laslev. B. Jones, J. Denham. D. Calloway, B. Lemons. J. Cook. Third 



row: J. Shore, D. Stovall, H. Lanning. G. Carter. J. Ro 
Tate, H. Gatewood. B. Denham, C. A. Coe, C. Styron. 




Hl-Y 



■/- 1 ~~, ." . i m 



NMKSaHMBMMnBBi 



Ki 



F.H.A. 




First m* 

Bolejack. 
James. J. 
D. Hemr 
Barnhart. 



■: G. Alspaugh P. Burchette. D. Alspaugh, S. Hcpler, L. Roland. S. Little. P. Cook, W 
. Sealey. N. Redding. J Davis. Second row: B. Northrop. C. George. M. Reavis, B. 

J. Gorsuch. R. Brown. A. Aaron. D. Garner, M. Tamer, H Merriman. Third row N 
Mustin, J. Rule. O. Reynolds, S. Brittain A Davi< " 
ick. Fourth row: M. Wilson. W. Fishel, E. Heaqy 

R. Fish, J. Shuford. A. Crater, D. Foltz. S. Kiqer. 



Ha 



.". Reid. W. Atkins. 
Wright. Mrs. Mary 



Bowman. 
G. Fishel 
Larry Gr; 



B. Ellington. H. Cole. T. Murray. B. Lemons. L. Brown. Second row- R Brown B 
J. Lasley. J. Denham. B. Johnson. D. Calloway. R. Peacock. D. Freeman Third row 

J. Ferguson. D. Brown. R. Benton. H. Lanning. J. Rose. R. Porter. B. Denham. Mr 
iham. LA, Coe, C. Styron. 




KEY CLUB 



ART 




endle, M. Neal, 1 
Ledford. R. Brown, A. A 
ford, and B. Jones. 



Seated: Larry Leamon, J. Hutchins. R. 
Leone; standing: E. M. Hutchins. and 
Cary Atkins. 



First row: B. Fields, J. Bailey. J. Brink- 
ley. R. Foster, D. Humphrev Second 
row: D. Hill. R. Doty. T. Martin. Third 
row: A. Sinquefield, R. Thompson. Fourth 
row: N. Phelps, G. Turner. 



First row: R. Alexander, D. Arnold, G. 

C. Anthony. D. Widener. Second row: W. 
Waddell, J. Posey. S. Sprinkle. Third 
row: M. Sykes. J. Mustin. Fourth 

D. Walker, T. Alexander. 




GRAY TEENS 




Officers of the Gray Teen Club a 
seated: Peggy Atkinson; standing: Gv. 
Barrington, Doris Shamei, and John 
Lasley. 



Getting ready for a dance following the 
Gray-Reynolds game are Paul Shoaf. 
Janie Rierson, Shirley McCall. and Car- 
olyn Holt. 



Collecting money from Betty Utt and 
Gwen Barrington and Bob Weatherman Bill Ellington at one of the dances spon- 

take advantage of the records played by sored bv the club are Jo Ann Posey. Rom- 

Millie Holt and Gary Carter. mie Porter. Dee Dorsett. and Dickie Byrd. 




Puoiic Library of Winston -Saiere 
and Forsvth Countv 



FUTURE TEACHERS of AMERICA 

5Sl^ 




Row 1: M. Tamer, S. Sealey, H. Merriman, M. Benton, L. Guinn, 
W. Fishel. M. Wilson. K. Swaim. A. Martiner, L. Guinn. Row 
Kiger. E. Fishel, L. Willard, J. McGlain. Row 4: S. McCall, G. 
Draughn, E. Crutchfield. S. Hoover. J. Jovner. 



Monthly meetings on Monday 
nights. . . Miss Kathleen Hall, spon- 
sor. . . Lib Guinn, president; Evelyn 
Crutchfield, vice-president; Mary 
Tamer, secretary; Ann Martiner, 
treasurer . . . State Convention at 
Durham attended by Martha Wilson, 
Lib Guinn, Shirley Hoover, and Sara 
Long . . . installation of officers and 
induction of new officers in the 
spring. 



DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS 




Attending school in the mornings, 
working in the afternoons . . . two 
meatcutters . . . two draftsmen . . . 
one sheet metal worker . . . one auto- 
body repairman . . . one electrical 
appliance repairman . . . the thrill of 
that first pay envelope . . . searching 
through textbooks for technical in- 
formation pertaining to today's on 
the-job training. 



Mills, Gid Wooard, Max YonU, Mr. E. E. 



OFFICE AND NURSE'S PAGES 




Row 1: C. Martin, A. Davis. I. Wright, J. Posey. J. Groce. T. Hanes, T. Heath, N. Foust. Miss Ruth Hol- 
ton. P. Burcheete. P. Vernon. Row 2: B. Moser, S. Brittain, S. Wood, P. Spry. D. Lemons, J. Gorsuch. M. 
Tamer, J. Brown, Row 3: P. Love, B. Wright, D. Conrad. P. Martin, I. Roberts, C. Willard, B. Butcher 



Answering the telephone . . . run- 
ning errands . . . carrying messages 
. . . typing . . . carrying the absentee 
sheets to each room . . . filing im- 
portant papers . . . attending the sick 
. . . writing excuse and tardy slips 
. . . keeping the medicine cabinet 
tidy . . . filing cards for the sick . . . 
meeting with the superintendents 
. . . mimeographing . . . interrupting 
our patient sponsor, Miss Ruth Hol- 
ton. 



CHEERLEADERS 



Regular 



Bonfire for football games . . . 
practicing during the summer . . . 
Mrs. Monte Warner's delicious hot 
chocolate on cold Friday nights . . . 
sewing monograms on our new white 
sweaters . . . Piedmont Bowl Parade 
. . . cutting crepe paper for pom poms 
. . . selecting Virginia King as our 
co-chief . . . the new Grayhound can- 
vas .. . planning for the football ban- 
quet . . . 




Alternate 



being in pep meetings with the first 
string . . . cheering at football games 
. . . parade before the Reynolds game 
. . . substituting during basketball 
season . . .going hastily to call-meet- 
ings . . . weiner roasts . . . helping to 
decorate the goal posts . . . 




chartering buses for out-of-town 
games . . . teaching sub-freshman the 
cheers at special rallies . . . learning 
"Suzie Q" . . . composing new yells 
. . . sponsoring dances after ball 
games . . . meeting other cheerlead- 
ers at football games . . . giving the 
team a good send-off as they leave 
on the "Blue Goose." 




The Cheerleaders, who are always ready 



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MACHINE SHOP CLASSES 




Mr. G.D. Sexton, director 
. . . two classes each day, 
morning and afternoon . . . 
three periods for each class 
. . . first and second year 
students working together 
. . . .005 of tolerance allowed 
after first six weeks . . . coke 
break at 10:00 and 2:00 . . . 
everything made, usable . . . 
course in reading blueprints 
. . . shop, tool room, lathe, 



dressing room, safety, and 
supply foreman . . . progress 
chart for each boy turned in 
yearly to the State Voca- 
tional Department . . . chart 
turned in monthly to City 
Hall ... 75 achievements re- 
quired the first year ... in- 
dividual project for each 
boy . . . class projects: drill 
presses, emery wheels, vices 
. . . good spirit of work and 
play. 




Row 1: Mr. Sexton, J. Bodford 
Ernest. B. Couch. Row 2 



GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




Thursday morning meetings . . . 
earning points . . . Miss Joy Whis- 
onant, club sponsor and coach 
. . . choosing sports' chairman . . . 
hike to Kernersville . . . new bas- 
ketballs and nets . . . tumbling on 
the mats . . . trips on the Blue 
Goose . . . ping pong and tennis 
matches . . . weiner roast given by 
Jackie and Gerrie Caudle . . . Sat- 
urday morning bowling league . . . 
rummage sale in January . . . 



state playday at Woman's Col- 
lege . . . after-school practices . . . 
reserve coach, Mrs. Libbie Stines 
. . . council meetings . . . volleyball 
tournaments . . . "dressing up" the 
inductees . . . new yellow pennies 
. . . basketball league on Saturday 
mornings . . . electing team cap- 
tains . . . swimming party at the 
YWCA . . . City Speedball Champs 
. . . spring camping trip . . . Ken's 
Hot Shots vs. Gray Net Strippers 
. . . softball games. 




f the G.A.A. 



53 



BAND 








First row: J. Rierson, J. Bobbil 
O. Reynolds, J. Posey. Second r 
F. Scott. D. Hudspeth, D. Grec 
Fishel. V. Baldwin, J. Cocker 
Fourth row: D. Conrad. A. Mu 
Byrd. Fifth row: E. Fishel. M. 
man. C. Brendle, J. Ferguson. 
Copley. ). Potts, R. Harrison 



M. Reece, B. Rumley, chief 
: B. Hammond. W. Lancaster 
Third row: V. Hamrick, W, 
in, R. Porter, H. Gatewood 
s. A. Ringley, B. Bowles, D 
M. Benton, D. Miller, B. Weath 
son. Sixth row: J. Cockerham, S 
ison, H. Fishel. Seventh row: B 
Bledsoe. V. Kestler, N. Hudspeth. J. Milton. L. Montgomery. G 
Anderson. Eighth row: B. Charles. M. Franklin, D. Shamel. G 
Brown. N. White. Ninth row: B. Gentry, P. King, C. Rose, J 
Hemrick. B. Biles, G. Foy. Tenth row: G. Burcham, E. Locklare, 
P. Harrison. P. Miller, D. Motsinger. Eleventh row: E. Ludwick 
J. Cockerham, G. Hartis, V. Gough, E. Wary, J. Reich. Twelftr 
row: L. Nelson, B. Lackmann, W. Campbell. P. Hauser, T 
Minor. Thirteenth row: L. McKnight, J. Mustin, P. Vernon, S 
Sprinkle. R. Faust. 




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First row: J. Hill. J 
Ketchie. Second row: L. M 

S. Caldwell. Third 
Webster. R. Brown. Fou 
Minor. B. Johnson. . 



R. Sparks, P. Carter. B. Marsh. E. Edwards, C. Davis L Hane 

jack. D. Hemrick, D. Raper, G. Bodenheimer, J. Newman W Atkins R 

O. L. Reynolds. K. Hall. K. Avis. S. Sealey. B. Payne. D. Dorset, J Fansler' [ 

w: G. Helms, F. Watson. M. Holt. F. Scott, W. Campbell. B. Tate.'R. Knouse.' T. 



MAJORETTES 




Leading the band are the 



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SCORES 



Gray 13 


Reynolds 40 


Gray 27 


Children's Home 7 


Gray 7 


Hanes 6 


Gray 


Reidsville 19 


Gray 6 


Mineral Springs 


Gray 14 


Mount Airy 35 


Gray 19 


Tri-City 12 


Gray 7 


Lexington 3 


Gray 27 


Dunn 18 


Gray 7 


Myers Park 



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FOOTBALL 
SQUAD 








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Row I: S. Tesh, R. Brown. A. Diety. B. Ellington, L. Lakey, R. 
Benton. M. Burns. J. Bean, J. Hanes. C. Bovender. Managers: W. Cole. 
R. Lawson, L. Rubin. Row 2; Coach Tom Cash. C.A. Coe, H. Cole, H. 
Gatcwood, ) Rose. L. Brendle. J. Bedford. ). Lasley. D. Clark, J. 



Denham. N. Walser, S. Elam, D. Hoots. Mr. Andre Muelenaer. Row 
3: J. T. Talley, A. Holcomb, L. Criner, G. Carter, R. Caudle, C. 
Styron, B. Jones, B. Dorsett, J. Shore, B. Clark, D. Parrish, P. Shoaf, 
R. Wright, R. Rierson. 



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JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL 




ansler, L. Cook, J. Brown. P. Poe. T. Merriman, Coach J. D. Eaton, S. Vanzant T Bailev C New Row ?■ D <? TO »i™ T 

2: M. Atwood. R. WiUard. C. P. Dunnaoan. R. Garner, Ferguson. R. Hart.ey, B. Johnson, a Reece! K Pierci * B B £k's, C i Kemp.' 



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L. Lakey. D. Dillon A Dietz. N. Walser. G. Carter. J. Lasley. A. Holcomb. B. 

E. Crook. Dorsett. J. Shore. D. Howard. D. Hoots. Coach Jack Fletcher. 



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VARSITY BASKETBALL 




B. Ellington. G. 


Parrish. 


B. Jones, C. Styron, P. Shoaf, 


D. How 


ird. R. Wright. 




: G. Carter, H. 


Fishel. 


Walkertown 55 








Gray 49 






Gray 49 




Mount Airy 38 




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Gray 53 




Tri-City 49 






Gray 37 




North Davidson 50 




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Gray 43 




Mineral Springs 45 








Gray 41 




Reidsville 45 






Gray 46 




Hanes 42 




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Walkertown 45 




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Gray 54 




Tri-City 71 




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Gray 59 




North Davidson 66 








Gray 40 




Mount Airy 49 






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Gray 45 




Mineral Springs 49 








Gray 49 




Reidsville 38 








Gray 47 




Hanes 39 










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N. Essie. S. M 
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GIRLS' BASKETBALL 




First row: O. Reynolds, B. Widi 
Whitaker, and J. Posey. Second 



Walker, B. Butcher, L. McCorkle, P. Lemon 
Yontz, P. Spry. P. Atkinson, and J. Lee. 




D. Shamel, C. Holt. M 




Gray 27 


Reynolds 23 


Gray 46 


Reynolds 36 


Gray 38 


High Point 35 


Gray 34 


Mineral Springs 42 


Gray 34 


Hanes 19 


Gray 44 


High Point 19 


Gray 50 


Greensboro 16 


Gray 34 


Hanes 27 



Mary Rose Yontz goes up for a rebound 
during the Hanes game. 




Carolyn Holt attempts a shot at the 
basket for Gray. 



SOFTBALL 




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Lee Brown Editor-in-Chief 

Carolyn Blackwood Co-Editor 

Jerry Hutchins Co-Editor 

Betty Byrd Barnette .... Advisor 




We, the graduating class of 1955, dedicate 
the PURPLE AND GOLD to Miss Ruth A.- 
Ford, Commercial teacher at Hanes High 
School. For her helpful guidance, needed 
encouragement, and understanding shown as 
she made our graduation dreams a reality, 
we gratefully give our wholehearted app- 
lause. 



Miss Ruth A. Ford 






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HONOR PAGE 




BETTY CONRAD 
Most Outstanding Freshman 



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BETTY BYRD 
BARNETTE 
English and 
Publications 



HELEN BICKI.EY 




R.S. HALTIWANGER 





RUTH A. FORD 
Commercial 



BEN I. CONNELL WILLIAM DANENBURG ROBERT A. EISIMINGER 

Seventh Grade Distributive Education Eighth Grade 




MRS. PAULINE S. 

FOSTER 

Eighth Grade 





ROY C. GARRISON 
Eighth Grade 




DON J. KELLY 

History and 
Physical Ed 



EVA LOGAN 
Languages 



MRS. STELLA PERRY 
English 




VIRGINIA SPRINKLE 
Eighth Grade 



MRS. MAE P. 

THORNTON 

English and Drama 



MRS. BONNIE GREEN 
Math 



RALPH B. WALKER 



MRS. CLEO WALTRIP 
Home Economics 



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H. D. WHITEHEAD 
Machine Shop 




RAY WOODS MRS. IMOGENE CAUDLE 

Woodwork Secretary 



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GWENDOLYN JOY ANDERS 

"A thing of beauty is a joy 
forever" 
Commercial Course: National 
Honor Society 3,4, Pres. 4; Sr. 
Class Sec. 4; Cheerleader 4; 
Superlative 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
F.H.A. 3; Office Page 1; Moni- 
tor 2,3; Court Solicitor 4; Span- 
ish Club 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 
College Club 4; Jr. Red Cross 
1,2; J.R.C. Representative 1,2; 
College Club 4. 



RACHEL ANDREWS 

"Great is truth and mighty above 

all things" 
Commercial Course: National 
Honor Society 2,4, Treas. 4; 
Quill and Scroll 3,4; S.I.P.A. 
Delegate 3; Hanes Hi Rada 
Managing Editor 3, Co-Editor 4; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; 
Band 1,2; Dramatics 2; Monitor 
1,2,3; Junior Commercial Award 
3; Cub Commentator 4; College 
Club 4; Superlative 4; Office 
Page 4. 



BARBARA ANN BARLOW 

"I am not only witty in myself, 
but the cause that wit is in 

others" 
Mathematics Course: Co-Editor 
Hanes Hi Rada 3,4; Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 
1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; W.C.T.U. Award 
2; Excelsior Club Pres. 3; Y- 
Teens 1,2,3,4; Class Day Officer; 
Vice-Pres. Jr. Class; Superlative 
4; College Club 4; Spanish Club 
1,2,3,4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; 
S.I.P.A. 2,3; Monitor 3,4; Tennis 
1,2,3,4. 



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JOHN HENRY BAXLEY 

"High Erected Thoughts seated 

in the heart of courtesy" 
Mathematics Course: Latin Club 
2,4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Hanes 
Hi Rada Staff 2,3, Sports Editor 
3; Masque and Gavel 3,4; Band 
1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Dramatics Club 
1.2,3,4; Chorus 1,2.3,4; Jr. Red 
Cross 3,4; Monitor 2,3,4; Debat- 
ing 1; College Club 4; S.I.P.A. 
Delegate 2,3; Snyder Music 
Award 3. 



DONALD EDWARD BECK 

"Honors Come By Diligence" 
Mathematics Course: Mayor 4; 
Junior Class President 3; Moni- 
tor 1,2,3; Alderman 3; National 
Honor Society 3,4; Key Club 
3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Ushers Club 
3,4; Latin Club 1,2; College 
Club 4; Superlative. 



LETTIE JANE BENBOW 

'How poor are they that have 

National 

Honor Society 3,4; Secretary Jun- 
ior Class; Cheerleader 4; Senior 
Council 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Mixed Chorus 1,2,4; Basketball 
Sponsor 3; Minstrel 1,2; State 
Music Festival 2; College Club 
4; Dramatics Club 3; F.H.A. 3,4. 










CAROLYN BLACKWOOD 

"Combining all things to 
Succeed" 
Mathematics Course: D.A.R. 
Good Citizen 4; Quill and Scroll 
3,4; Purple and Gold Sr. Editor 
3, Co-Editor 4; Rada Stall 3,4; 
S.I.P.A. Delegate 3,4; Jr. Red 
Cross 1,2,3,4; City-wide Pres. 
2,3; Band 1,2,3,4, Chief 3,4; 
Chorus 2,3,4; Juvenile Court 
Solicitor 4; Monitor 4; College 
Club 4; Office Page 4; W.C.T.U. 
Award 2; State Music Festival 
2; Spanish Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3; 
Basketball 1,2; Tennis 2,3,4; 
Sold, all 1,2. 





LEE ROY BLALOCK, Jr. 

Industrial Arts Course: College 

Club 4; Junior High Basketball 

1; Distributive Education Club 
3,4. 



EVA BODENHEIMER 

"Little Eva" 
Commercial Course: F.H.A. Club 
2; Dramatics Club 1; Y-Teens 
4; College Club 4. 



JERRY DON BRINEGAR 

"He has achieved success who 
has lived well, laughed often, 
and loved much" 
Mathematics Course: Football, 
Var. 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2. Var. 
3.4; Baseball. Var. 3,4: Senior 
Council 4: Hi-Y 2,3,4, Chap. 3, 
Sec. and Treas. 4; Key Club 3,4, 
Sec. 4; College Club 4, Vice- 
Pres, 4; Latin 1.2.3,4; Band 1,2; 
Monitor 3,4; H-Club 4; Class 
Day Officer 4. 



BOBBY BROWN 

"Muscles" 
Commercial Course: Latii 
4; College Club 4. 



WILLA LEE T. BROWN 

"A sight to delight in" 
Science Course: Purple and Gold ,. 
staff 2,3,4, Jr. Edi'or 2, Sr. Edi- II 
tor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Hanes 
Hi Rada staff 2,3,4; Class Day 
Officer 4; Quill and Scroll 4; 
Office Page 1,4; Y-Teens 1,2; 
F.H.A. 2,3,4, Reporter 2, Vice- 
Pres. 4; Spanish Club 1; College 
Club 4; Dramatics Club 1; Su- 
perlative 2. 



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JANCY LOUISE CARROLL 
quiet tongue is richer than 
a crown" 
mmercial Course: Y-Teens 1, 
,4; College Club 4; National 
nor Society 3,4; Hall Monitor 
Football Sponsor 3; Basketball 
msor 3. 



CAROL JEAN CARTER 

"Just Plain Bill" 
Commercial Course: Cheerleader 
3,4; Senior Marshal 3; Senior 
Council 4; Excelsior Club 3; 
Library Page 3; Office Page 2; 
Senior Class Treas.; Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4, Treas. 1; Dramatics Club 
2,3,4; Masque and Gavel 4; 
G.A.A. 3,4; College Club 4; Al- 
derman 1,3; Superlative 4; Bas- 
ketball Sponsor 3; Football Spon- 
sor 4; Hi-Y Sponsor. 



EDNA ARSULA CAUDLE 

"An artist in Home Be." 
Science Course: Future Home- 
makers of America 2,3,4; Cafe- 
teria Assistant 3,4. 



ELISHA F. CHILDRESS 

"Buster" 
Distributive Education Course: 
Rural Hall High School, Rural 
Hall, N. C. 1,2; Dramatics Club 
4; College Club 4. 



LARRY CHUNN 

"Knows all, all nose" 
Industrial Arts Course: Hi-Y 2, 
3,4; H-Club 2,3,4; Varsity Foot- 
ball 1,2,3, Co-Captain 3; Superl- 
ative. 



SI1I1U.KY MAUREEN CLARK 
"Black is a pearl in a woman's 



Commercial Course: Future 
Homcmakcrs of America 3,4. 




LARRY DONALD CLINARD 
"Racing with the moon— and 
anything else" 
Science Course: Key Club 1,2,3. 
4, Treas. 3; Usher 3,4; Monitor 
1,2,3,4; College Club 4; Latin 
Club 2; Varsity Basketball 4. 






DONALD GRAY COPE 

"Wandering" 
rstrial Arts Course. Football 
imior High Football 2; Col- 
Club 4, 



CAROLYN JEAN CROMER 

"One thing finished in this 
hastij world" 
Science Course: Y-Teens 1,2; Li- 
brary Page 4; Future Home- 
makers of America 3,4, Officer 



DONISE SHEPARD DAVIS 

"Wedding Bells" 
D.E. Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3; Col- 
lege Club 4; Minstrel 1; D.E. 
Club 3,4, Vice-President 3. 



JO ANN DUNLAP 

"Jus' Call me Willie" 
Science Course: F.H.A. 3,4; Jr. 
Red Cross Rep. 1,4; College 
Club 4; Y-Teens 1,2; Cheer- 
leader 4; Minstrel 1; 
Sponsor 2,3. 



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CHESTNEY D. EUBANKS, JR. 

"Our fearful trip is done!" 
Industrial Arts Course: Football 
1,2; Midgets 1; Junior High 2; 
Representative 1. 



PATRICIA ANN FULK 

"With A Song in My Heart" 
Science Course: Y-Teens 1; Fu- 
ture Homemakers of America 1, 
2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2; Col- 
lege Club 4; Library Page 1,2. 



BILL ALVTN GOFORTH 

"Becken to me" 
ndustrial Arts Course: Football 
,4; Midgets 1; Varsity 4. 



MATTIE ELIZABETH HAGAN 

"Play well the game" 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1; 
Jr. Red Cross Rep. 3,4, Sec. 3, 
Treas. 4; Alderman 1; Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Speedball 1,2; Dramat- 
ics Club 3, 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Masque and Gavel 4. 



JERRY HARDING 

"Fidge" 
Industrial Arts Course: Alderman 
3; Baseball 2,3,4, Reserves 2, 
Varsity 3,4; Midget Football 1. 



TOSO HAUSER 

"A Merry Heart goes all 
the Day" 
Mathematics Course: Football 1, 
2,3,4, Varsity 3,4; Baseball, Var- 
sitv 2,3,4; Kev Club 1,2,3,4; H- 
Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Hi-Y 2, 
3,4; Vice-Pres. 4; Senior Council 
3,4; College Club 4; Alderman 
2,3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Jr. Red 
Cross Rep. 1; Monitor 2,3; Su- 
perlative. 




BARBARA BOWLES HAYES 

"Those wedding bells are break- 
ing up that rle gang of mine" 
Commercial Course: Gray High 
School 2; Softball 1; F.H.A. Club 
3,4; Y-Teens 1,3,4; College Club 
4; Minstrel 1. 




ELSIE JANE HIATT 

• "Butch" 

Commercial Course: Walkertown 
High School, Walkertown, North 
Carolina 1; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Dra- 
matics Club 2: Library Page 3; 
College Club 4. 




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"Honor is the Subject of my 
Story" 
Science Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3.4, 
Pres. 4; I.C.C. Rep. 3. Sec. 2; 
College Club 4; F.H.A. 2,3,4; 
Monitor 4- Band 1,2; Sec. of 
Court 4; Chorus 2; Latin Club 
3,4, Treas. 4. 



SHIRLEY KIRBY HOWARD 



Distributive Education Course: 
Bevnolds High School 1,2; Y- 
Teens 3; Distributive Education 
Club 3,4, Officer 3. 



DON HUDSPETH 



"Speedy" 
Industrial Ar's Course: H-Club 
3.4; Varsitv Basketball 3,4: Var- 
sity Baseball 3.4; Band 1; Chorus 
4; College Club 4. 



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PAUL JERRY HUTCHINS 



"Shou<! Students, Shout!" 
Mathematics Course: Co - Editor 
of Purnle and Gold 4: Hancs Hi 
Pada S^aff 3.4: Cheerleader, Co- 
Chief 3, Chief 4; Bed Cross 3, 
Pres. 3; S.I.P.A. 3; Kev Club 
3,4; Dramatics Club 3.4, P-es. 
4; Band 1.2,3: Chorus 1.2.3- 
Masque and G-"'el 3.4- Ouill 
and Scroll 3.4; Snanish Club 1. 
2,3,4; Excelsior Club 3; Monitor 
4: Juvenile Judge 4: College 
Club 4; Class Day Officer 4; 
Varsity Debating 4, 



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BILL BUSTER JOHNSON 

"Sharp Shooter" 
[rfflustrial Arts Course: H-Club 
2,3,4, Treas. 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Dra- 
natics 3,4; Senior Council 2,3,4; 
baseball. Varsity 1,2,3,4; Basket- 
>all 2,3,4; Football 3,4; Superl- 
itive. 





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"Here's a Guy You Ought to 
Meet" 
Industrial Arts Course: Re\ nolds 
1,2; D.E. 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4. 



JOYCE ELAINE KISER 

"Takes Two To Tango" 
Distributive Education Course: 
Majorette 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Y- 
Teens 1,2,3; Dramatics Club 1,2, 
3,4; D.E. Club 3,4; College Club 
4; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Junior Red 
Cross Representative 2; Superla- 
tive 4. 



PEGGY JEAN KREGER 

"Friendliness is Contagious" 
Commercial Course: South Fork 
High School 1; Dramatics Club 
3,4; Flagbearer 4; College Club 
4, Sec. 4; F.H.A. 2,3,4;" Junior 
Red Cross Representative 4; Of- 
fice Page 3; Monitor 4; Y-Teens 
4; Superlative 4. 



REBECCA ANN LEAMON 

"Truth is the highest thing man 

may keep" 
Commercial Course: National 
Honor Society 3,4, Sec. 4- Var- 
sity Basketball 1,3,4; Varsity 
Softball 3,4; Football Sponsor 4- 
Office Page 4; Girls Athletic 
Association 2,3,4. 



JOSEPH FREDERIC LEITCH 

"Happy Go Lucky" 
Industrial Arts Course: Football 
1,2,3, Var. 3; Hi-Y 3,4; College 
Club 4; Junior Red Cross Repre- 




MARGARET JOAN LINDSAY 

"The world's a stage on which 

all parts arc played" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 2 3 4- 
Library Page 3,4, Sec. 4; Latin 
Club 2, Sec. 2; Spanish Club 
3,4, Pres. 4; Dramatics Club 
2,3,4; Masque and Gavel 4- 
Quill and Scroll 4; Jr. Editor 
Purple and Gold 3; Exchange 
Editor llanes Hi Rada 4- Cheer- 
leader 4; College Club 4, Treas. 










ALICE NAOMI MANUEL 

"A Rhapsody of Words" 
Distributive Education Course: 
Ke\ nolds High School 1; Chorus 
1,2; Distributive Education Club 
3.4. 



LONNIE W. MARTIN, JR. 

"The style is the man himself" 
Distributive Education Course: 
Reynolds High School 1,2; Dis- 
tributive Education Club 3,4. 



PATSY JEAN MARTIN 
"I remember Joey" 
Science Course: Y-Teans 1,2,3,4- 
Hall Monitor 3,4; Latin Club 2, 
4; Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4, Vice- 
pres. 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 
Club 1,4; Cheerleader 4; Foot- 
ball Sponsor 3,4; Minstrel 1 2- 
College Club 4. 



SANDRA GAYE MARTIN 

"One Indian scalp" 
Commercial Course: National 
Honor Society 4; Y-Teens 1,2; 
Junior Red Cross Representative 
1; Future Homemakers of Amer- 
ica 3; College Club 4. 



CHARLOTTE MINTON 

"Friendly is her smile" 
Commercial Course: Millers 
Creek High School 1,2,3; Dra- 
matics Club 4; College Club 4. 



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CHARLES A. MITCHELL 

"We know not what we are but 

know what we may be" 
Mathematics Course: Football, 
Var. 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, Var. 
3.4, Capt. 4; Senior Council 2, 
3.4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; H- 
Club 3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; 
Key Club 2; Monitor 1,2,3; Al- 
derman 2; Senior Class Vice- 
President 4; College Club 4; 
Superlative. 



ELEANOR McGEE 

"I bear a charmed life" 
Commercial Course: College Club 
4; Majorette 3,4; Latin Club 2; 
Dramatics Club 1,2; Future 
Homemakers of America 1; Hall 
Monitor 1,2; Y-Teans 1,4. 



WILLIAM FRED OWENS, Jr. 

"Service is no heritage" 
Science and Mathematics Course: 
National Honor Society 3,4; Most 
Outstanding Freshman; kcv Club 
2,3,4; V-Pres. 3; Hi-Y 2,3,4; 
Monitor 1,2,3, City Manager 4; 
College Club 4; Latin Club 1,2; 
Dramatics Club 2; Hanes Hi 
Dada Reporter 3; Excelsior Club 
3; Jr. High Basketball 1; Jr. 
High Football 1; Superlative. 



LOUIS I'SACOGX 



1,2,3,4, Var. 
1,2; Baseball 
Key Club 3,4; 



2,3,4; Basketball 
3; H-Club 3,4; 
Hi-Y 2,3,4. 



JAMES F. POS, Jr. 



"Once always, and forever— 
Vicki" 
MaJiematics Course; Senior 
Council 1,2,3; Hi-Y 3,4; Alder- 
man 2; Football 1,3,4, Varsity 4; 
Basketball 1,2,3, arsity 3; Latin 
Club 1,2,3,4. 



VERNON PR1TCHETT 

"Punchy" 
Commercial Course: Football 1,2, 
Midgets 1, lunior High 2; Col- 
lege Club 4; Latin Club 1,2. 




PAUL C. RHOADES, Jr 

"Rocky" 

Industrial Arts Course: Foot 
Midgetsl, Reserves 2, Red C 
representative 1. 




FRANCES 



"From her shall read the perfect 

ways of honor" 
Mathematics Course: Y-Teens 1, 
2,3,4; Vice -Pres. 4; National 
Honor Society 4; Chorus 1,2.3,4; 
Band 1,2,3; J.R.C. 3,4, President 
4; Speedball 3,4; Student Gov't. 
4; College Club President 4; 
Quill and Scroll 4; Hanes Hi 
Rada Stall 3,4, Feature Editor 4; 
Library Page 2,3; Dramatics 1, 
2,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3; G.A.A. 
3,4; S.I. P. A. Delegate 3,4; Foot- 
ball Sponsor 4. 





JANET GAYNELL SIMPSON 



"1 know a secret" 
Distributive Education Course: 
Rural Hall High School Rural 
Hall, N. C. 1; Distributive Edu- 
cation Club 3,4; College Club 4; 
Future Homemakers of America 



ANNA KATHRYN SMITH 



Distributive Education Course: 
Band 1; Distribution Education 
Club 3,4, Secretary 3, President 
4. 



WILLIAM 



SOUTHERN 



"Slew-foot" 
Industrial Arts Course: College 
Club 4; Chorus 2,3,4; Baseball. 
Varsity 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, 
arsity 3,4; Basketball 1,2. 



RONALD BURTON SPARROW 

I 

"1 am not of the role of common\ 

■men" 
Science Course: Griffith High 
School 1; Varsity Football 3,4j 



Club 3,4; College Club 4; Juni 
Red Cross Representative 4. 



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GEORGE GREEN STAINBACK 

"Good looks and a pleasing way" 
Mathematics Course: Superlative 
4; Football, Reserves 1, Var. 2 
3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Varsity 2, 
3,4; Jr. High Basketball 1, Jr. 
arsity 2, Varsity 3; Senior Coun- 
cil 2.3,4, Treas. 3; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
H-Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Latin 
Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-president 2; 
Key Club 2,3,4; Monitor 2: Al- 
derman 1. 



LUMMIE RAY STILLIE, J 

"Hot Rod" 
Industrial Arts Course: Coll 
Club 4, Band 1. 



"Pansy" 

Commercial Course: Senior Mar- 
shall 3; Cheerleader 4; Masque 
and Gavel 3,4, Sec. 4; Dramatics 
Award 3; Libnm Pane 2,3; Y- 
Teens 1,2,3,4; College Club 4; 
Football Sponsor 3; Hall Moni- 
tor 2,3; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; 
Future Homemakers of America 



"Diamonds are a girl's best 
Friend" 

Commercial Course: Reynolds 
High School 1; Office Page 2; 
Dramatics 2,3; Mixed Chorus 2; 
Senior Editor of Purple and 
Gold 3; Typist, Hanes Hi Rada 
4, Reporter 3,4: College Club 4; 
Cheerleader 4. 



Mathematics Course: Senior 
Class President 4; Superlative; 
Junior Class Treasurer 3; H-Club 
3,4, Pres. 4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Alder- 
man 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4, 
Vice-pres. 2; Football, Varsity 2, 
3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Varsity 
4; College Club 4; Key Club 2. 



MARGARET JOAN WARREN 

"Hud" 
Commercial Course: Cheerleader 
4; Band 1; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Dra- 
matics Club 1,2,3,4; Masque and 
Gavel 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; College 
Club 4; F.H.A. 1; Senior Mar- 
sha 3; Minstrel 1; Chorus 4; 
Library Page Vice-Pres. 3; Bas- 
ketball Sponsor 3; Football Spon- 





RICHARD L. WEATHERMAN 

"Just Call Me Daddi/" 
Distributive Education Course: 
College Club 4; Distributive Ed- 
ucation Club 3,4. 




LORETTA WHITE 



A touch of Venus" 
Commercial Course: College 
Club 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Ma- 
jorette 2,3; Junior Red Cross 2; 
Chorus 1,2,3; Office Page 2- 
F.H.A. 3; Dramatics Club 1,2, 
3,4; Softball 2; Football Sponsor 
4; Basketball Sponsor 1; Pied- 
mont Bowl Queen Representa- 
tive 4. 



CAROL MARIE WILLIAMS 



"Many Small Make a Great" 
Commercial Course: National 
Society 3, 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Court Official 4; Monitor 1.2,3; 
Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Speedball 
2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 
1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 3; College Club 
4; Football Sponsor 4; Basketbill 
Sponsor 2,3; Hi-Y Sponsor 3; 
Superlative. 



DOUGLAS WRIGHT 

"Doug" 
Industrial Arts Course: H-Club 
3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Baseball 2,3, Var- 
sity 3. 



EUGENE D. WRIGHT 

"The Man with a Horn" 

Science Course: Band 1,2,3,4- 

College Club 4; Chorus 1,2; 

Monitor 2,4. 



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Planning activities for the Senior class are Charles Mitchell. Vi. 
president; Joy Anders. Secretary; Carol Carter. Treasurer; and Kimn 
Tutterow. President. 



Class Flower 
White Orchid 

Class Colors 
Green and White 

Class Motto 

"Give to the world your 
best, and the best will 
come back to you." 





MASCOTS 
Acting their part as Senior Class Mascots are Billy 
Lawing and Glenda Mecham. 








JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 
Discussing plans for the Junior-Senior Prom are Bill Hauser, President; Pat Darnell 
Secretary; Vicki Brinegar. Treasurer; and Jimmy Heath, Vice-president. 



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CAROLYN AUSTIN 
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NANCY BLALOCK 

DANNY BOLT 

NANCY BOUKNIGHT 

GLADYS BOWDEN 

VICKI BRINEGAR 



CAROL BROWN 

CHARLOTTE BROWN 
PENNY BRYANT 
EDWARD BURCHAM 
SHIRLEY BURCHAM 

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BILL COOPER 

PAT DARNELL 

JACKIE EADS 

FRANKLIN ELLIOTT 

SHIRLEY FLYNN 

MAY FLYNT 



ANN FOLTZ 

CAROLYN GENTLE 

FRANCES HARTMAN 
BILL HAUSER 
JIM HEATH 

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SENIOR MARSHA! 



Posing for your pleasure are Senior Marshals Carol Brown, Nancy Hiatt, Chief: Cha 
Brown, and Almeta Wall. 



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First row: B. Hardie, R. Cain. H. Flynt, J. Cooper. C. Chunn. M 
Gwynn. N. Warden. V. Poe. K. Martin. O. Spainhour. Second row 
J. Martin, B. Conrad. D. Scott, J. Blizard, G. Stewart, I. Wriqht M 
Crafford. H. Johnson, S. Culler, B. Bowles, B. Sprinkle, B. Pansier 



Third row: G. Siraos, D. Caudle. B. Hicks, L. Leamon. D. Stillie I 
Early. D. Gray. R. Sparks, D. Weaver, J. Talley. D. Denny. J. Mollis. 



SOPHOMORES 



Kirk, P. 
Logan. S 
Wolfe, E 



B. Southern, L. Dimette, V. Lane. C. Martin. E. Aaron F 
iriggs. C. Posey. S. Willard, J. Chapman. Second row- F 
Bowden, T. Walters, J. Mabe. J. Hanes. M. Nelson, M. 
Potter, T. Teague. T. Gentry, A. Marshall, M. Hicks, D. 



Peddycord. R. Coone. T.D. Shermer. Third row: B. Sparrow T fester 

M. Franklin. S. Williams, C. Byrnes, S. Napier, F. Brown P Smith' 

A. Fishel. R. Ingram. S. Lamb. R. Tysinger, G. Hampton. I Carter' 

I. Caudle. B. Ward. carter. 





ungs, S. York, P. Warner, S. Grey, D. Billings. Third 
H. Reid, B. Linville, J. Southern, T. Wodford, K. 
Wheeling. P. Dowell. C. Smith. L. Bowman, B. Carpenter. K. Martin, 
A. W. Tate. M. Doub. F. Cooper. R. Gentry, C. Mahone, R. Shores, 
L. Doub, B. Atwood. R. Taylor. 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



First row: K. Wright. J. Atkins, B. Stillie. ). D. Haymore, S. Wright. 


Powell. L. Livengood, J. Cook. R. Fulp. S. Lentz. Third row: M 


D. Fulcher, J. Darnell. C. Sparks, J. Putman, C. Wood, C. Lee. D. 


Caudle. P. Stutts, G. Finger, R. Winters. C. Bowen, W. Raker. C 


Bowden, J. Lynch, B. Putman. Second row: F. Tally, F. Adams. S. 


Redding, D. Linville, L. Heath, P. Aaron, B. Speas. D. Smith, W 


Lyons, C. Wilson, J. Southern, D. Jackson, M. Willard, L. Mendezoff. 


Swaim, P. Hill, F. Poe, M. Sparrow, B. Knott, M. N. Leitch, P 


J. Holder. K. Caudle, L. Speer, M. Stelle. M. Branson. M. Foster, S. 


Stone, E. Manuel. 




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Fulson 



i, L. Roberts, J. Shields. 

D. Martin, L. Stack, H. ( 
igs, K. Darnell, G Paige, 

G. Wright, W. Robbins, 



L. Caudl, 



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J. Clark, B. Stewari 
I. Coe, C. Sealey, L. E 
ox, J. Carter, S. Snipes. 
N. Owen. R. Kanipe, fv 
D . Peacock. H. Jester, D 



K. Kirby 
/ender, G. 



M. Benbow, A. Walker 



Wall. G. Gr 
Scales, C. Go 
L. Lineback. ) 
L. Wheeling, 
B. Southern. 



Third row: G. Anders, P. Redding. J. Welborn, S 
ngs, A. Boggs, E. Barbee. G. Petrie. G. Carter. G. Anders 
. Tedder. S. Freeman. M. Jackson, L. Snyder. P. Williams 
S. Bowman. L. Bolin, S. Tilly. M. Sparks. B. Cowder. 



EIGHTH GRADE 



First re 
Weaver 



V T l T W t h T\b ^TV/'r?- SteWaft ' N ' HaIe - '■ Shouse ' G 
w r UC « A ' Y' nb ' Sh - M ' C °" ins ' *■ Kennedy, C. Luffman. H. 
W. Luffman. J. Reavis. G. Reese, D. Posey, B. Miller L Poe 

dele. Second row: R. Williams, J. Blalock. B. Amick. A. Finger! 

1. !• Mauser C. Peatross, K. Heagy. V. Disher. M. Hendrix R 
J. Heath. J. Darnell, D. Morris. M. Hemrick. B. 



A. Eads, L. M 
. Third row: E. Mills 
J. Bowden. L. Lowder 

C. Tate. J. Craddock 



itt. B. Hedrick. B. Allen, K. Abernathy, M. 
B. Boage, V. Spainhour, D. Long. G. White- 
M. Ashburn. K. Turner. D. Crockett, B. And- 
J. Dorsett, J. Lawrence, E. Mabe. E. Tise, J. 



C.H. Boggs. E. Daniels. P. Snow, S. Ziglar 




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First row: S. Richards. E. Lambeth. B. Evans. O. Eubanks B Cox 
H. Beck. E. Carter. J. Childress. J.D. Brewer. Second row: R. Collins 
B. Fields. S. Livengood. J. Overby. J D. Taylor. W. Haynes, J. Stewart 



S. Wright. B. Holmes, H. Flynt, J. Napier. Third row: J. Woolen. G. 
Keiger, M. Lyons, K. Pinnix, P. Merrill, R. Speer, L Mabe, K. Long, 
J. Dula, D. Keiger, A. Talley, J. Tilley. 



SEVENTH GRADE 



First row: E. Burns. C. Utt. B. Warden, J. Weaver, J. Manning. 
M. Boles. Second row: T. Lankford. W. Edsel. B. Bowden, S. Robertson 
E. Smith. E. Miller. S. Henderson. R. Aaron, B. Bodenheimer. Third 



'-. J. Swaim, P. Ashby, B. Keiger, T. Butcham, J. Wall, D. Stev 
Ellis. W. Chunn, C. Shouse. 




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NATIONAL 
HONOR 

SOCIETY 

Membership in the National Honor 
Society is the most coveted of all 
awards to be given in high school. 
The requirements for membership 
include: character, leadership, scho- 
larship, and service. Only fifteen 
per cent of the senior class may be 
inducted and ten per cent of the 
junior class. Two inductions are held 
during the school year. 

First row: C. Williams, N. Carroll, V. 
Brinegar. C. Brown. R. Andrews, J. Ben- 
bow, A. Wall. Second row: F. Sides, 



MASQUE 
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GAVEL 



The Masque and Gavel is the 
honor society for the students who 
excel in speech and dramatics. Each 
spring all new members are for- 
mally inducted before the student 
body. The sponsors nominate and 
the former members elect the new 
members. 

First row: J. Warren. C. Carter, D. 
Masencup, S^ Wood, I. Styers, N. Hiatt. 
M. Lindsay Second row: ]. Baxley, D. 
Cartner. J. Ashburn, J. Heath.. J. Shields. 
S. Napier, M. Hagen. J. Hutchins. 



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SCROLL 



The Quill and Scroll is the in- 
ternational honor society for high 
school journalists. The membership 
of the society consists of students 
in journalism who have met the high 
standards of qualification, have been 
approved by the faculty, and have 
made an honor average with ex- 
cellent deportment. Faculty sponsor 
is Miss Betty Byrd Barnette. 



M. Lindsay. Se 
Baxley, B. Bar 

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F. Sides, V. Brine- 
nd row: R Andrews. 
w. J. Hutchins. C. 




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STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS 
ie Sparrow. High School Judge: Don Beck. Mayor: Jerry 
: Judge: Bill Hauser. Monitor-in-chief: and Bill Ow 
r. receive advice from Principal R. S. Haltiwanger < 
government. 



ALDERMEN 
First row: W. Luffman. D. Mitchell. R. Kanipe, B. 
row: G. Anders, B. Ward. J. Carter, W. Swaim, E. Ti 
Third row: L. Heath, G. Hampton. W. Southern K Tutu 
T. Hauser. M. Doub. 



Ids. Second 
P. Darnell. 
v, J. Heath. 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT 




Carol Will 
Sue Hightshoe 



The Student Government of Hanes 
High is run on the same plan as the 
city government of Winston-Salem, 
North Carolina. It consists of a may- 
or, Don Beck; City Manager, Bill 
Owens; Monitor-in-chief, Bill Hau- 
ser; Judge, Ronnie Sparrow; Clerks 
Joy Anders; Solicitor, Carol Will- 
iams; and stenographer, Sue Hight- 
shoe. 

In order to govern the seventh and 
eighth grades a Juvenile Court is al- 
so established. The acting Judge is 
Jerry Hutchins; Clerk, Frances Sides; 
and Solicitor, Carolyn Blackwood. 

The Board of Aldermen, represent- 
atives from each homeroom, meet 
with the mayor to establish school 
laws. 




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First row: C. Utt. C. Shouse. C. Wood, P. Ashby, L, Hardie. 
Sparks, C. Williams, J. Carter. P. Martin, N. Hiatt. G. Anders, 
Martin, J. C. Martin. D. Posey. Second row: L. Cook, J. Brown, I. She 
L. Shamel. J. Hauser. V. Brinegar. J. Eads, B. Conrad, J. Anders, 
Carroll, M. Foster, L. Chat m an, A. Wall, S. Lyons. Third row: 
Cox. G. Wright. L. Lineback. L. Lowder, E. Tise. M. Doub. L. Heath 



Smith, C. Blackwood, F. Si> 
M. Still, K. Caudle. Fourt 
D. Cartner, G. Hampton, J. 
B. Owens. A. Fishel. J. 
S. Hightshoe. 



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T. Jester, C. Byrnes. J. Ho 
chell, G. Stainback. K. M< 
:gar, B. Mayberry, R. Tysii 

Hicks. J. Baxley, B. Ba. 





S. I P. A. DELEGATES 
.P.A. Delegates Dee Ann Masencup. Nancy Bouknight, Vicki ] 
1 Charlotte Brown load the car in preparation for their trip to Le 



MISS BARNETTE AND STUDENTS 
and students Willa Lee Brown. Jerry Hutchins, 
)od discuss the make-up for one of the annual pages. 



PUBLICATIONS 




HANES HI RADA CO-EDITORS 
Co-editors of the HANES HI RADA. B 
bara Barlow and Rachel Andrews prep, 



The publications of Hanes High 
School are the HANES HI RADA, 
the school newspaper, and PURPLE 
AND GOLD, the school yearbook. 

All editorial work for the school 
paper is done by the RADA staff 
with co-editors editing stories, plan- 
ning pages and proof-reading. 

The yearbook editors began their 
work in the fall by taking pictures 
and planning pages. 

Both publications are judged each 
spring at the Southern Inter-scholas- 
tic Press Association in Lexington, 
Virginia. 

Miss Betty Byrd Barnette is ad- 
visor for both publications. 




NEWSPAPER STAFF 
Preparing for a new edition of the newspaper are Bill Hauser. Franc 
Sides. Vicki Brinegar. Margaret Lindsay, John Ashburn, Ray Tysing 
and Mary Cathryn Tullock. 



ANNUAL STAFF 
Planning new ideas for the yearbook, the PURPLE AND GOLD staff 
are, left to right. Dee Ann Mesencup, T.D. Shermer, Charlotte Brown, 
Mary Wolfe and Nancy Bouknight. 





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LATIN CLUB 



The Latin Club was established to promote a 
better understanding and knowledge of the Latin 
language in Hanes High School. The club is based 
on the belief that Latin is international and is a 
bond between nations. 

The Latin Club membership is made up of students 
who are taking or have taken Latin. Officers elected 
for this year were President, Almeta Wall; Vice- 
president, Betty Jo Blackwood; Secretary, Betty 
Conrad; Treasurer, Sue Hightshoe. 

Some of the club's activities for this year included 
candy sales at the semi-annual carnivals, buying 
club pins, parties at Christmas, Valentine's Day and 
Easter, and many other activities. The faculty ad- 
visor is Miss Eva Logan. 



LATIN CLUB OFFICERS 
; planning monthly program: 
Wall, Sue Hightshoe. and B 



■e Betty Conrad. 
Jo Blackwood. 



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T. Brinegar, C. Brown. 






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The annual Christmas Pageant is the largest production of the yec 



DRAMATICS CLUB 



This year of progress was highlighted by tryouts 
and rehearsals for Oh, Auntie, The Midnight Ghost, 
It's a Small World, the annual Christmas Pageant, 
and The Jewelled Cross, which was the contest play 
presented at the Carolina Playmakers Festival in 
Chapel Hill. Prompters, make up committee, public- 
ity, siage crews, and student directors assisting Mrs. 
Thornton did outstanding work for these product- 
ions. Hours of skill and planning were combined to 
make the scrap book, which won honor for Hanes at 
Chapel Hill. The informal monthly club programs in- 
cluded pantomines, readings, and skits by active point 
earners. The successful year climaxed by the annual 
spring banquet which is sponsored by the Masque 
and Gavel. 




Helpful advice is given 
Vice-president; Charlotte B 
and Joan Warren. Secretary. 



First row: V. White. S. Flynn 
Carter. P. Martin, B. Hardie, K 
P. Joyce. N. Hiatt. J. Cooper, E 
Yountz, C. Lee. F. Kirk, C Martin 
G. Shaver, J. Sweatman, C. Min 
J. Eads, M. Steel. P. Briggs, C. Bi 



I. Styers. J. Warren, M. Lindsay, C. 
Martin, V. Poe. L Hardie, C. Wright, 
iron, O. Spainhour, J. Carter, C. 
Jackson. Second row: M. Branson. 
P. Fulk, S. Willard. I. Shouse, 
, L. White, V Brineqar, A. Wall. 



S. Wood, N. Bouknight, C. Brown. D. Masencup, M. Wolfe, B. Conrad, 
G. Stewart. M. Hicks. J Baxley, J. Hutchins. Third row: P. Smith, 
M. Hagan, J. Mullis, B. Bennett, M. Leitch, B. Boles, C. Gentle, P. 
Kreger. J. Kiser, W. Rumley, S. Napier, R. Tysinger, J Southern. J. 
Shields. S. Lamb, D. Cartner, F. Brown, D. Durham, P. Bryant, F. 
Sides, L. Leamon. G. Simos. J. Ta ly, M. Nelson. 





BAND 



The Hanes High Band is composed of the marching band and the concert 
band. Band activities included marching and putting on band shows during 
the halftime at all home games and some out of town games. The band also 
marched in the Christmas parade, the Piedmont Bowl parade, and the 
Armed Forces Day parade. 

Each spring the concert band, which includes many students who cannot 
arrange their schedules to be in the marching band but practice in after- 
school periods, play in the music contest. The band received a rating of 
"Excellent" at the 1954 district contest in High Point. 

Officers for the year were: President, John Baxley; Vice-president, Bill 
Hauser; Secretary and Treasurer. Betty Conrad; and Director, Mr Ralph 
Walker. 



FLAG BEARERS 
Jean Martin. Charlotte Brown, Carolyn Gentle. Peggy 
Kreger. and Rita Shepard practice before a football 




P. Hill. Second ro 
Blizard, W. Robbins, R. K 
B. Putman. C. Sealy, J. H 
Brown. B. Hauser. Third r 
Collins. B. He 



Wright, 



I. Shouse, P. Joyce, D. Masencui 
e. C. Peatrose. P. Ashby, B. Bra 
B. Wooten, S. Lamb. C. Byrne 
M. Foster. C. Wright, P. Stutt, 
igs. S. Livengood, C. Utt, B. F 



T.D, Shermer, O. Eubanks 
Fourth row.- B. Hardie, 
Stewart, W. Swaim. L. 
L. Jones. 



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Men. B. Ev, 

:kwood, V. 

R. Aaron 



y. M. Hicks. 
. Early. G. Hampton, 
egar, J. Shields. G. 
Knott. R. Tysinger. 



The flagbearers a 
Christmas Parad 




MAJORETTES 
the Manes high-stepping Majorettes are Linda Sn 
Nancy Bouknight, Carolyn Blackwood chief- Pat 
and Nancy Hiatt. 



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SENIOR COUNCIL 



The Senior Council, consisting of twenty students, is the governing body 
of the Teen-age Club. Its purpose is to plan and sponsor extra-curricular act- 
ivities for the members of the club, which presently consists of two hun- 
dred students. 

Membership in the Senior Council is decided by the majority vote of the 
student body at an annual dance held in the spring. The officers for the year 
were Bill Hauser, President; Tommy Ratledge, Vice-president; Charlotte 
Brown, Secretary; Vicki Brinegar, Treasurer; and Miss Mary Mitchell, 
advisor. 

This year the Senior Council bought a new record player for the Dragon's 
Den, which was a big achievement for the club. Several activities sponsored 
by the council were a Back-to-school Dance, a Chicken Stew, a Pot-luck 
Supper, a Masquerade Ball, a Charity Dance, a swimming party, the annual 
spring dance, and dances in th old gymnasium following the home football 
and basketball games. 




Completing plans for a Senior Council social i 
Hauser. President; Vicki Brinegar, Treasurer; Tommy 
Ratledge, Vice-president; Miss Mary Mitchell, advisor; 
and Charlotte Brown. Secretary. 




First row: B. Hauser, N. Hiatt. J. Shields, C. Sparks, B. Knott. P. 
B. Johnson, C. Carter. T. Ratledge. C. Brown. J. Brinegar. Secor 



V. Brinegar, J. Carter. R. Sparks, T. D. Shermer. C. Mitchell. G. 
b;ainback, J. Benbow. T. Hauser. 



Enjoying one of the dances sponsored by the Senior Council are Jane 
;nbow, Jerry Brinegar, Nancy Hiatt. John Shields, and George Stainback 





COLLEGE CLUB 

E. Bodenheimer, J. Warren, C. Cromer, B. Hayes, J. Benbow. P. 

Fulk, N. Carroll. J. Anders, E. Hiatt, I. Styers, C. Williams, P. Manin 

M. Lindsay, C. Carter. Second row: G. Simpson, D. Davis. W. Brown, C. 

ckwood, B. Barlow. R. Andrews, S. ' Martin, J. Dunlap, F. Leitch, L. 

ra, J. Baxley. P. Kreger, F. Sides. L White. Third 

row: C. Mitchell. Fourth row: C. Minton. J. Hutchins. ]'. Poe. D. Beck. 

IC. Tutterow, B. Owens. W. Southern, M. Tullock. J Kiser J 

inegar, L. Clinard. D. Cope. L. Stillie. V. Pritchett, R. Weatherman. 

S. Hightshoe. 

; of the. College Club 
Lindsay, Treasurer; Jerry 
-president; Peggy Kreger, Se 
nces Sides, President, 







SPANISH CLUB 
First row: L. Hardie. M. Lindsay. L Snyder, C. Sparks, C, William 
B. Hardie. D. Thompson. Second row: D. Masencup, J. Ancle 
Blackwood. F. Sides, C. Byrnes, P. Brvant. K. Caudle. L. Speer, O. W 
Hanner. Third row: E. Burcham, J. Hutchins. D. Cartner. J. Heath 
Mayberry. J. Ashbuin, L. Nickelson, I. Mullis, B Barlow. 



Working on a Spanish Club proj 
Jim Heath, Vice-president: Dee A 
Masencup. Secretary; Margaret Lindsi 
President; and Bobby Mayberry, Tre: 




Hl-Y 



The Hi-Y is a high school boys 
club sponsored by the local Young 
Men's Christian Association, where 
the meetings are held. 

The club members select the stu- 
dents who are to be inducted into 
the club in their annual or semi- 
annual induction. They are selected 
on their character, scholarship and 
sportsmanship in the school. 

The mottos of the club are "clean 
speach, clean mind, clean living." 

The Hi-Y participates in the Hi-Y 
basketball tournament each year. 
The officers for the past year have 
been Charles Mitchell, Toso Hauser, 
Jerry Brinegar, and Ray Tucker. 



Poe. G. Stainback, T. Hauser. F. Leitch. Mr. Eis 
Heath. B. Johnson. I. Cl.unn. T. Ratledge. Third row: B. Haus 




New Hi-Y members are L. Peacock. R. K 
R. Sparrow, and D. Hudspeth 



OFFICERS 

i; Ray Tucker, Chaplain; Toso Hauser. > 
1 Pres., discuss display in Library. 

W. Southern. B, Adde 



SPONSORS 
Awaiting the boys' approval are Hi-Y Sponsors Ca 
Williams. Kay Caudle, and Carol Carter. 





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KEY CLUB 



The Key Club is made up of boys 
who render outstanding service to 
the school. It is the most active of 
all the school service clubs. 

Some of the major projects for 
this year included scrap paper and 
metal drives, a clean-up drive, and 
a column in each issue of the school 
paper honoring the person who had 
rendered the most service to the 
school. Selling programs at basket- 
ball games and selling advertise- 
ments for the programs were other 
services. 

For the development of spirit, 
mind and body, the members partici- 
pate whole-heartedly in all projects 
and activities of the club. 

The officers for this years were 
Jimmy Heath, president; Bill Hau- 
ser, vice-president; Jerry Brinegar, 
secretary; Ray Tucker, Treasurer; 
and Jim Early, Chaplain. 



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rH u tXns\ D Cn h n e ard er V D H P d dd r°r- H BlOWn ' M " Hi <* s - I- Carter, Mr. Dandenberc, Second row: S. Moser, 
' H It R H CI ' nar d, V. Hedr.ck. G. Hampton. B. Mayberry, D. Cartner, R. Tysinger. B. Knott. Third row 
J_l _I Hauser ' '■ Brin «:gar- K. Martin. R. Whitt. D. Beck, J. Early. B. Owens. 

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USHER'S CLUB 

Membership in the Ushers Club is 
limited to boys who have high scho- 
lastic averages and who have render- 
ed service to the school. 

The Ushers sell tickets and pro- 
grams at all ball games and assist in 
all chapel and assembly programs. 
They also help with the fall and 
spring carnivals. 

The Ushers Club is ably sponsor- 
ed by Mr. Roy Garrison, eighth 
grade teacher. 



DEBATING 



The topic for the 1955 debate was 
"Resolved that the Federal Govern- 
ment Should Initiate a Policy of Free 
Trade Among Nations Friendly to the 
United States." The team began its 
work early in the year, studying 
many problems involved in this im- 
portant query. 




OFFICE PAGES 
First row: B. Leamon. W. Brown, R. Andrews, R. Cain. Se 
S. Burcham. J. Anders. C. Blackwood. 



LIBRARY PAGES 
First row: J Cooper. B. Hardie. J. Southern. P. Smith, Mi 
Bickley. Second row: C. Wilson, M. Lindsay. M. Leitch, B. Bowles. C 
Spainhour. Third row: C. Cromer. J. Tally. P. Brvant, J. Hanes. 






DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 



The Distributive Education Club is an organization 
of high school students, whereby students attend 
school a half day and work in a downtown busi- 
ness the remainder of the day. Credit for graduation 
is given for on-the-job training. By understanding 
their employer's problems, the students can contri- 
bute to the organization for which they work. Club 
officers are elected by the club members. 





The purpose of the club is to fit the members to 
become self-supporting efficient members of thier 
community. 

A few of the activities for the current year in- 
cluded: the District and State Conventions, and a 
quiz program in assembly. The sponsor for this 
organization is Mr. William Danenburg. 



D. E. Students looking o-, 
Willard. Alice Manuel, Pet 
Shirley Howard, Bob King, Fi 
Simpson. 



merchandise are Donise Davis. JoAnn 
Blalock, Joyce Kiser, Lonnie Martin, 
:es Hartman, Larry Jones, and Gaynelle 



R F WeaTr ^ F '"f' ■*' r^ M ' F \T ^ Wi ' lard ' *■ Kirtman - D ' Davis ' F - Childress, L. Blalock, D. Gartner, L. Jones, L. Mart, 

R. Weatherman, F. Smith. G. Simpson. Mr. Danenburg. Secc .id row: R. King, L. Sellars, V. Hedrick, J. Kiser. A. Manuel. S. Howard. 




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Y-Teens 




OFFICERS 
Discussing the year's activities are: C. Blackwood. Sec; 
Inter-club Council; S. Hightshoe, Pres.; F Sides. V-pres.; < 
Treas.; the Jr. Y-Teen officers are: J. Carter. V-pres.; I 
Sec; J. Hauser. Pres.; G. Anders, Treas.; and A. Walker. 
Council. 

The year 1954-55 was a successful 
one for the Hanes Y-teens. Partici- 
pating in the Y-teen Recognition 
Service, holding a devotional pro- 
gram in the auditorium and sponsor- 
ing a mother and daughter tea were 
a few of the many activities for the 
year. 

The club's most important pro- 
ject for the year was raising money 
to send two delegates to the State 
and National Conventions. 







row: C. Utt. C. Williams. 
Lindsay. J. Welborn. C. Carter, B. Hedrick, K. Abcrnathy. J. Cart 
J. Hartgrove. J. Walston. Second row: C. Peatross. R. Kanipe, 
Shamel. M. Benbow. S. Scales, G. Carter. B. Wooten. I. Styers, 
Benbnw, D. Stewart, K. Martin. G. Anders. V. Poe. E. Bodenheim 
Third row: M. Wolfe. R. Shepard, L. Chapman. C. Sparks, L. End 
N. Hiatt, V. White, G. Temples, E, McGee. E. Barbee. M. Memr 



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Iker. 


N. Carrr 


11, 


A. Fin 


ger. 


D. 


Mite 


hell 


E. Aa 


ron. 


Fourth 




»: S. 


Zigl 


r, N. Ov 


/en, 


J. Hau 


ser, 


D. 


Jacks 


n. L. Speer 


P. 


Briggs 


i J. 


Brow 


n, N. 


Bouknigh 


, C 


Brown 


V. 


Bri 


legar. 


D. 


Masencup, S 


. Lent* 


G 


Sim 


DS, B 


Bowles, 


E. 


Hiatt. 


c. 


Bro« 


n. Fifth 


row: K. 


Ca 


udle, J 


A 


ders, 


B.J. 


Blackwood 


, P 


Krege 


, F 


Sid 


es. B 


Ba 


rlow. C. 


Bla 




r, S. 


Hightshoe 


P. Hill. 


G. 


Shaver. 


W. 


Rur 


nley, 


J- s 


tveatman 


P. 


Bryant 


M 


Leit 


ch, R 


Andrews 


, E 


Manue 


1, N. K 




. L. 


White. 







CHORUS 




First row: Mr. Walker, L. Hardie. L. Blizzard. B. Collin., K 
Wheeling, V. Brinegar, D. Masencup, B. J. Blackwood, B. Hardie F 
Kirk. N. Hiatt. Second row: A. Wall, C. Sparks, G. Shaver. J. Sweat 
man, W. Southern, E. Burcham, S. Lamb. J. Blizzard. J. Baxley C 
Blackwood, S. Wood. L. Snyder, C. Wright. Third row: M Branson 



Shields, L. Heath, R. Coone. P. Bryant, B. 
Southern. J. Benbow, J. Holder, M. Still, R. Andrews, P. Fulp Fourth 
row: J. Brown. J. Kiser, P. Hill, J. Hampton. A. Fishell, R. Tysinger, B. 
Hauser, J. Hutchins, L. Sellars, G. Simos, B. Conrad, C. Byrnes J. 
Talley, N. Knutton. R Sheppard, P. Briggs. 



MACHINE SHOP 




First row: J. Vestal, B. Boles, J, Ha, 
. Sidden. Second row: A. W. Tate, D, 



ng. R. Woosley, P. Rhodes. Mr. Whitehe 

iolt, B. Goforth, L. Peacock, Jones. 



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- 
. Cooper, B. Adderton. C. Reeves, H. Hue 



GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



The Girls' Athletic Association with Barbara Bar- 
low as president began the 1954-55activities with a 
slumber party November 23. Other officers were 
Diane Thompson, vice-president; Charlotte Brown, 
secretary; Vickie Brinegar, treasurer; Carolyn Aust- 
in and Pat Darnell, point recorders. 

Other activities throughout the year included a 
skating party at Reynolds Park February 25, a 
swimming party May 21, the G. A. A. playday at 
High Point, and another at Woman's college in 
Greensboro, providing several activities for G.A.A. 
members. 

The main attraction for the year was the annual 
G.A.A. Banquet held at the Y.W.C.A. at which 
several persons received awards. 

To become a member of the G.A.A. a person must 
make one varsity team a year and maintain at least 
seventy points. 




The governing body for 


the G.A.A. for the past year included Charlotte 


Brown and Barbara Barl 


ow, seated; Diane Thompson, Mrs. Louise Pugh, 


Mrs. Lucretia Shermer. 


jnd Vicki Brinegar. standing. 




Shelby Culler make 



First row: D. Thompson. C. Williams. N. Blalock, V. Brinegar. J. 
Martin. L. Blizard, C. Wood. Second row: M. Wolfe, T. (ester. B. J. 
Blackwood. S. Lynch. K. Caudle. C. Brown. G. Simos. P. Briggs. S. 



Culler, N. Bouknight. Third 
Mullis, K. Wheeling. B. Bd 
Bennett. L. Livengood. 



M. Hagan, P. Darnell, D. Durham, J. 
. P. Hill. C. Byrnes, L. Leamon. B. 




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}eorge Stainback Tommy Ratledge Louis Peacock Bobby Addertion Charles Mitchell Bill Johnson 



H-Club 




First row: D. Hudspeth, G. Stainback, T. Ratledg* 
T. Hauser, C. Mitchell, L. Chunn. Second row: L 



Peacock, D. Wright, B. Johnson, K. Tutterow, J. 
Brinegar, B. Addertion. 



Jerry Brinegar William Southern Don Hudspeth Larry Chunn Kimmie Tutterow Toso Hauser 




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HANES HAPPENINGS 
Reading the latest Wanes Happenings is the reporter, Vicki 





COOKS AND DIETIAN 
Preparing for the hungry students a 
recess are Mrs. L. T. Wooten. dietian, am 
her assistants. Alice Grier. and Lilli, 
Sadler. 




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Sports 




COACHES 
Talking over strategy used in Hanes 
High' victories are the coaches: Roy Gar- 
rison baseball; Ray Woods, football: Mrs. 
Lucretia Shermer, basketball; Mrs. Loufce 
Pugh, speedball and Softball: Don Kefly. 
junior Varsity teams; and Bob Eisiminger. 
basketball. 



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ly Poe, Howard Hu 



Toso Hauser. George Stainba^k. Second Jo Jo Caudle makes an eff. 



George 8t.iinb.uk 




Football 








H 


V 


Mineral Springs 


13 


19 


Reynolds 


14 


41 


Gray 


6 


7 


Mount Airy 


19 


12 


Myers Park 


13 


14 


Reidsville 


12 


31 


Griffith 


20 


12 


Children's Home 


13 


13 


Walkertown 


27 





Tri-City 


13 


19 








, mgr.; D. Sparrow, J. Poe. R. WoQsley, A. Fishe 
k, T. Ratledge, M. Doub. F. Poe, B. Knott, J. 
ow: K. Tutterow. H. Hudspeth, |. Heath, W. 
Adderton, T. Jones, D. Weaver, B. Johnson, 



J. Caudle. Third row: W. Southern, R. Sparrow, J. Scales, K. Martin 
J. Brinegar. J. Ashburn, R. Tucker. B. Carpenter, R. Tysinger, R. Sparks 
L. Peacock. 




Jerry Brinegar, Tommy Ratledge. Charles Mi 


chell. 


ind 


mes Southern watch as a Grayhound player g 


xs up 


for 


jump shot in the Hanes-Gray game. 






Basketball 






H 


V 


King 


45 


40 


Reynolds 


40 


37 


King 


45 


56 


Mount Airy- 


50 


43 


North Davidson 


37 


59 


Reidsville 


58 


69 


Walkertown 


51 


47 


Tri-City 


58 


54 


Mineral Springs 


41 


48 


Gray 


42 


46 


Mount Airy 


47 


55 


North Davidson 


43 


64 


Reidsville 


48 


41 


Walkertofn 


53 


61 


Tri-City 


58 


48 


Mineral Springs 


48 


51 


Gray 


39 


49 


Reynolds- 


59 


82 



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Bill Johnson guards Dean Howard. Gray forward, as Tommy Rat- 
ledge. Hanes, and Ray Wright and Henry Fishel, Gray, move in for 



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First row: D. Martin. J. Dorsett. K. O. Bovender. Second row 1 
Shields. C. Mitchell. T.. Ratledge, D. Hudspeth. D. Weaver. C. Ingold! 



Third row: B. Johnson. K. Tutterow, L. Clinard. J. Brinegar. B. Haus 
R. Tucker. T. Jones. J. Southern. R. Whitt, Coach Eisiminger. 



GIRLS' SPORTS 




Mary Wolfe guards Shirlev D; 
xciting game with Gray High 




Speedball 



ims. D. Thompson. M. Wolfe. |. Huffn 
Second row: Mrs. Pugh. coach: S. Culler. F. Sides, C. 
B. Bennett. P. Darnell. B. Barlow. C. Austin, K. Whe 
B. J. Blackwood. N. Bouknight. L. Livengood. 



s, P. Hill. 
J. Mullis. 



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GIRLS' SOFTBALL 





BLACK. * 




RICHARD J. REYNOLDS HIGH SCHOOL 





COLO 




Mona Cameron Co-Editor 

Julie Shore Co-Editor 

Nina Walker Business Editor 

L- W. Crowell . Business Sponsor 

Mrs. Elizabeth Ritter . , . , Sponsor 




IN APPRECIATION OF 

his sincere understanding of all our difficulties and problems, 

his helpfulness every time he is called upon, 

and his constant friendliness; 

we, the seniors of 1955, 

dedicate our BLACK ond GOLD to 

MR. KENNETH PETERS, teacher, counselor, friend. 



FACULTY 




Mrs. Annie P. Fearrington — Langu 
Josephine Fitts — Eighth Grade 
Mrs. Hazel Flack — Language 
Mrs. Alyece Fletcher — Dieti 



Mrs. Sarah Frost — Math 

Mrs. Evelyn Garrison ■ — English 

Ruth Good — English 

Mrs. Betty Grigg — Eighth Grade 



Nash Hardy — Eighth Grade 

Mary Huggins ■ — Commercial 

Mrs. Nella Jones — Gommerci. 

Elizabeth Kapp ■ — English 



Emma Kapp ■ — English 

Mrs. Barbara Kissam — Eighth Grade 

Catherine McRae — English 

Mary Martin — Language 



Robert Mayer — Music 

Mrs. Margaret McDermott — Lauguage 

Walter Montross — Printing 

Mrs. Lucinda Moser — Math 



Bill.e Mustian — Eighth Grade 

David Pennington — Biology 

Bill Perry — Math 

Kenneth Peters — Math 



Virginia Pruitt - Commercial 

Mrs. Katherine Reich — Math 

Mrs. Elizabeth Ritter — Journalism 

Kelsey Schuyler — Eighth Grade 




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James Sifford — Social Science 

Sarah Olive Smith — Math 

Hazel Stephenson — English 

Mrs. Marjorie Stephenson — English 



Mrs. Charlotte Swanson — Eighth Grade 

John Tandy — Physical Education 

Charlene Warren — Social Science 

William Waters — Music 



Janie Weaver — Social Science 

Mrs. Nancy Welborn — Art 
Mrs. Nellie White — Language 




109 



HONOR PAGE 








Hi-Y Awards, JOE GOODMAN Triangle, and BOB BENDER, 
delegate to Centenial Celebration in Paris. 




JULIE SHORE 
Student of the year 




PAT KELLY 
Citywide Honor Society President 




MARCIA WARFORD 
D. A. R. Citizen Award 






SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Jim Legette, Sec, Mary Louise Coleman. Vice-Pres., Gail Osborn, Sec, Bob Bender, Pres 




SPONSOR 
Miss Hazel Stephenson 



MASCOT 

Mary Alice O'Conner 



CLASS DAY OFFICERS 




:, 




Carolyn Dickson, Nena Walker, Julie Shore, Betsy Fulp, Nancy Graves 




JERRY LEE ADAMS 

crazy" 

anes High Schc 



"Crazy man 
dustrial Arts Course: 
Soph. Boys' Club 2 



GEORGE SPENCER AGEE 

"Cool, calm, and collected" 
Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1.2.3.4. Chap- 
lain 1,2; DeMolay 1.2.3,4, Master Coun- 
cilor" 3; Teen-age Coun. 1.2.3; Basketball, 
Jr. Var. 1.2; House of Rep. 2; Soph. 
Boys' Club 2; Sr. Optimists 3.4; Football 
Var. 3.4; Track 3,4; Ushers 3.4: Bovs' 
College 4; Monogram 4. 



MARTHA IRENE AGEE 



Thurs. Morn. Music 
1; Y-Teens 1.2.3,4; 

teers 3; G.A.A. 3.4. 

1: Resegi 4; Recept.4. 



JAMES LLOYD ANDERSON 



"Andy' 
Course: 




Mathematics Course: Football 1.2 lr 
High 1, Scrub 2; Photography 1: X.jh 
Boys' Club 2: S.S.C. 3,4; Boys' C 



Scientific Course: 

Soph. Boys' Club 2; Rebops 2; Track 3; 

Ushers' 3,4; Boys' College 4; Red Cross 




NANCY PENELOPE BELL 



Scientific Course: Ce 
Greensboro 1; Thesf 
G.A.A. 2.3; Servitee 
Resegi 4; College 4: 
Club 4. 



r. High Schorl. 

2; H. Mon. 2; 

Y-Teens 2.3,4; 

4; Girls' Glee 



JOHN ROBERT BENDER 
"Bob" 
:ific Course: Football 1,2.3,4, Mid. 
crub 2,3, Var. 4; Hi-Y 1.2.3.4, 
. 4; Track 3; Key Club 3,4; Teen- age 
4: Class Pres. 4; Monogram 4: 
Popular 4; Forsyth Co. Hi-Y Award 



Gener 
Y-Tee 
Girls' 



Glee Club 

3: Footbal 

3.4; College 



"Five foot 
mrs. Morn Music 1: Commercial Coursi 

(ixed Chorus 1.2,3; 3; Basketball 1.2, 

,2.3,4; Bible 2; Ser- oteers 2: Servite 

Spon. 3; A capella Resegi 4; H. Mon 

Resegi 4; H. Mon. 4. 



AIL BERRIER 



■vo, eyes of blue' 
; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, 
,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4: 
rs V.P. 3; Coll 
4; St. Exec. Com 



Treas. 



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'Ma 



veil 



-OUISE BOLICK 

aid to be the speech of 



Language Course: Thurs. Morn. Music 1, 
Sec. 1; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3.4; Girls' Cho- 
rus 1.2.3.4; Sophoteers 2; Gym Leaders 
2.3; Serviteers 3; A Capella Choir 3.4; 
French 3.4; College 4; Resegi 4. 




JUNE LEE BOSTICK 




. Music 1; Hi-Y 
1,2.3.4; Band 1,2,3; DeMolay 2,3,4; Soph. 
Boys' Club 2; Ushers' 3.4; Baseball Scrub 
3; Sr. Optimist Co-Pres. 4. 



love, laugh. 

cs Course: 
1; Sophote 
Resegi 4; 



and be happy" 

Y-Teens 1.2.3.4; 

s 2; Serviteers 3; 



JOHNNY MAC BREWER 



tific Course: Radio I; Track 2.3,4; 
Football 2,3; Instr. Music 2,3; Mon- 





TOM BRIGHTWELL 




GLENDA 


RAYE BRITTAIN 


ERNEST BRUCE BROOKS. JR. 
"Variety is the spice of life" 


CHARLES UNDERWOOD BROWN 


"Chief" 






"Cootie" 


Scientific Course: School Spirit Speech 




Course: Photography 1 


Soph. 


Home Economic 


Course: C.H. Jr. Var. 


' Contest Winner 1; Hi-Y 1.2,3.4: Thes- 


"Percussionist" 
Mathematics Course: Band 1.2,3.4; Instr 


b 2; Boys' College 4. 




Basketball 1,2.4 


C.H. Jr. Var. Softball 


pians 2.3,4. Car. Drama Fes. 2,3.4; De- 






1.2,4; Home Ec. 


Club 4. 


Molay 2.3.4. State Ed. 3.4. Jr. Councilor 
3.4; Jr. Var. Debating 2,3; Masque and 
Gavel 2,3,4. Chaplain 3. Treas. 4; Nat'l. 
Hon. Soc. 3,4; French 3,4, Sec. 3; Jr. 
Town Meet. 3; Sr. Optimists 3.4. Treas. 
4: Pine Whispers Staff 4. 


Music 1,2; DeMolay 1,2,3.4; Orch. 2,3,4 
Rebops 2,3; Sr. Optimists 4. 




fun and fancy free" 
Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2.3,4, Coun. 
1.2.3,4; Lib. Staff 1,2.3.4; Basketball 1.2. 
3,4; Thurs. Morn. Music 1; Sophoteers 
2; Serviteers 3; Speedball Var. 3.4; Col- 
lege 4; Resegi 4; Y-Teens 4; Bus. Staff 
4; H. Mon. 4. 




Scientific Cou 
Boys' Club 2. 





SAMUEL LEE BROWN 


SHELBY JEAN BROWN 




"'Sad' Sam" 


"You better believe it's been a ball" 


Indus 


rial Arts Course: Gray High School 


-anguage- Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3.4; Mixe-' 


1.2,3. 




Chorus 1.2,3, Dist. Contest 1,2.3,4; Stat t 
Choral Fest. 1.2; Thurs. Morn Music 1: 
Sophoteers 2: Serviteers 3; Basketball 3; 
A capella Choir 3.4; College 4; Resegi 
4; Bus. Staff 4; Office Page 4. 



113 



<y\&i}noLdi 




WALTER NEWTON BROWN 

"Melon" 

lematics Course: Soph. Boys' Club 2 
?rs 3,4: Boys' College 4 



Scienl 
High 
High 

Mono 



ific Course: Football 1.2.3,4. 
1. Var. 2,3.4; Track 1.2,3,4: 
Basketball 1; Hi-Y 1.2,3,4. v.p 
iram 3.4, V.P. 4; Class Pres 



RICHARD C. BUELL, JR. 
Life 



Ath Coun. 3.4; Key Club 2.3.4, V.P.4. 



Language Course: H. 
2,3.4; Art 1, V. P. 
Thespians 3,4, Librar 
4; Ushers 4. 



CAROLYN BU1E 



"From deep i 
Home Economic: 
School. Milford, 
Y-Teens 4; Res< 



i the heart of Texas" 

Course: Milford High 
Texas 1.2.3: College 4; 






RA BUMGARDNER 


PATRICIA ANN BURKE 


RUBY LEE BURNETTE 


RAMONA GRAY CAMERON 


'Pete- 
Arts Course: Boys' College 4. 


"Take me oat to the ball game" 
General Cour.,e: Thomasville High School, 
Thoma^ville. N.C. 1,2; Serviteers 3; Var. 
Basketball 3,4: Var. Speedball 3,4; Var. 
Softball 3,4, Mgr. 4; G.A.A. 3,4, Coun. 
4; Volleyb,.!! 3,4; Officials Club 4; Gym 
Leaders' Club 4; College 4; Resegi 4. 


"The best is yet to come" 
Commercial Course: C.H. Glee Club 
1,2,3,4; C.H. Var. Softball 2.3,4; C.H. 
Var. Basketball 2,3,4; C.H. Alt. Cheer- 
leader 4. 


"Playing well the game of life" 
Language Course: Y-Tecns 1.2.3.4; Thes- 
pians 1; Sophoteers Sec. 2; Gym Leaders 
Club 2,3. V.P. 3; G.A.A. 2.3.4: Servi- 
teers 3: Pine Whispers Staff 3,4; College 
Pres. 4; House of Rep. 4: Bus. Staff 4 
Black and Gold Co-Ed. 4: Resegi 4: Nat'l 
Hon. Soc. 4: Quill and Scroll 4. 




JO ANN CARTER 



"In the good ' ole Summertime" 
Mathematics Course: Dramatics I; B 
ball 1; Y-Teens 1.2.3.4: Sophotee 
Serviteers 3; Resegi 4; College 4. 




"He flie 
of 



JOANNA CARTER 

through the air with the gret 



LARRY LEE CARTER 



Cc 

Chief 4: Foo 
1.2.3,4; Tenn. 
1.2,3; G.A.A. 
3; Sc 



irse: Cheerleader 1.3.4. Alt. 

Dall Spon. 1.3,4; Y-Teens 

1.2,3,4; House of Rep. 

2.3,4: Chief Sr. Marshal 

Piedmont Bowl Queen 4; 



;e: Football 1 
r. 3,4; Hi-Y 
2, Mid. 1, Sc 
Sec.-Treas. 4 



JO ANN CASS 



2.3.4, Mid. 
,2,3.4, V.P. 
ub 2; Track 



veil 



then- nil the hon 



Sr. Hi-Y Spon. 4; College 4; Re 



"Act 
lies." 

Language Course; Girls' Chorus 1.2.3.4; 
Mixed Chorus 1,2.3; Sophoteers 2; G.A.A. 
2.3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Softball 2,3.4; 
Volleyball 2.3,4: Serviteers 3: A capella 
Choir 3.4: Speedball 3; College 4; Resegi 
4; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 





S. CAROLYN CHARLES 

'Kitten on the keys" 
ge Course: Y-Teens 1,2.3.4; Orch 
Instr. Mus. 1; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Gyn 
s' Club 2,3; Sophoteers 2; Serviteer: 
Mon. 4; Bus. Staff 4; Resegi 4 
: 4; Football Spon. 4; Nat'l Hon 



JAMES OWEN CHATHAM 



Mathematics 
High 1, Jr. \ 
Hi-Y 1,2,4; 
High School, 
4; Debating 
Nat'l Hon. S 



>urse: Basketball 1,2.4, Jr. 
'. 2, Var. 4; Radio Treas.l; 
louse Court 2; Hermitage 
ichmond. Va. 3; Key Club 
Usher 4; Stud. Coun. 1,4; 



CATHERINE TUCKER CHEEK 

"My Heart Belongs to 'Bill" 
immercial Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1; 
•Teens 1.2; G.A.A. 1.2,3; Basketball 1,2; 
■wling Capt. 2; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 

Office Page 3; Nurse's Page 3; College 

Resegi 4. 



CLa±± of ig55 




GAIL CLODFELTER 



Basketball 
College 4. 



Fresh. Ser 
Red Cross 

:rviteers 3; 




Scientific 
High 1, Sc 
4; Track 2. 
College 4. 



DEWEY COGGIN 



"O, Happy Day" 
Course: Football 1,2,3,4. Jr. 
rub 2.3. Var. 4; Demolay 1,2,3, 
3,4;; Soph. Boys' Club 2; Boys' 




KAY CRABTREE 



Whe 



here's a "Will there's a way" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; H. 
Mon. 2.4; Mixed Chorus 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3.4; 
House of Rep. 2,3; Serviteers 3; Sr. Mar- 
shal 3; Resegi 4;; College 4; Teen-Age 
Coun. 4; Sr. Hi-Y Spon. 4; Cheerleader 4. 




MARY LOUISE COLEMAN 

"It's the set of the soul that determines 
the goal" 

Language Course: Hand Jr. High School 
Columbia. S. C. I; Var. Basketball 2,3.4; 
Var. Speedball 2.3,4, Co-Capt. 4; House 
of Rep. 3: House Court 3; Class Treas. 3; 
Y-Teens 2,3.4. Pres. 3, Inter-Club Coun. 
3; G.A.A. 2.3.4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4, Coun. 
3.4; Lib. Staff 3.4; Stud. Coun. 4- Class 
V.P. 4; Football Spon. 4: C 




?-'"-'■' 




GERALDINE MIZE COOK 

"Don now, Don Forever" 
Commercial Course: C.H. Softball 1; C.H. 
Basketball 1; C.H. Glee Club 1: Y-Teens 
2,3,4; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; College 
4; Resegi 4; G.A.A. 4. 




JANICE HOLLAND CORNWELL 

"Oran ff e Blossoms in June" 
nguage Course: Majorette 1,2,3.4, Twirl- 
3,4: Y-Teens 1,2.3.4; G. A. A. 1,2,3; 
sketball 1.2,3,4; Thespians 1; Sopho- 
rs 2; Serviteers 3; Pine Whispers Staff 
; Black and Gold Write-Up Ed. 4; 
ynolds Roundup 4; College 4; Resegi 4. 




JOANNA SIMMONS CRANFILL 


GAIL DI-ANN CRESS 


"Until Death Us Do Part- 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1,2; Jr. Red 
Cross 1; House of Rep. 1; Sophoteers 2; 
Freshman Service Club 1; Softball and 
Basketball 1: Gym Leader 2; Home Room 
Pres. 1,2; Sr. Sewing Club 3. 


"Di" 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 
Needlework Club 1; Sophoteers 
teers 3; Resegi 4; College 4; Offic 



THOMAS WRIGHT CRESS 



1,2,3,4; 
2; Servi- 
e Page 4. 



3, Co-Capt 



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NANCY JERRYLEAN CROUSE 

'Look \or the Silver Lining" 
Language Course: Orch. 1.2.3.4. All-St 
1.2.3.4; Instr. Mus. 1,2; G.A.A. 2.3. Co 
3; Var. Speedball 3; Volleyball Mgr. 
College 4; Resegi 4: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 




MAkY FRANCES CUNNINGHAM 



Language Cours 
Girls' Glee Ch 
Sec. 2; House c 
A.A. 2.3,4; A c 
shal 3; Sti 
lege 4; Resegi 
Soc. 4. 



.2.3.4 



ud. Coi 



Chorus 1,2,3,4; 
Y-Teens 1,2.4. 
. 1.4, Speaker 4; G. 
Choir 3,4; Sr. Mar- 
Lib. Staff 3.4; Col- 
Mon. 4; Nat'l Hon. 




"Spe 
Scientific Course: Ha 

Bowling 2,3,4; Soph. ] 
3.4; Boys' Colleae 4. 



High School 
' Club 2; Ter 



AMES DAVIDSON 



"After Graduation Day" 
tics Course: CH. Football Mgr 
Basketball Mgr. I; CH. Basebal 

CH. Monogram 1,2.3,4. 





JAMES E. B. DAVIS III 




ROBERT DAVIS 


■Jelly ]eb" 
Mathematics Course: Mountain Park Hiqh 
School. Mt. Park. N.C. 1; Basketball 2,3, 
4, Scrub 2.3, Jr. Var. 4; Football 3.4, 
Scrub 3, Var. 4; Key Club 3.4; Mono- 


Scientific 
Track 3. 


"Hogs" 
Course: Hi-Y 1; I- 



HENRY BUCKNER DENNIS 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1.2.3.4; Footbal 
Jr. High 1; Basketball 2.3,4, Scrub 2. Jr 
Var. 3. Var. 4: Golf 3.4; Monogram 4; Sr 
Opt. 4. 





SHIRLEY 


ANN DENNY 






"Vivac 


ious 


Blond" 




Comm 


ercial 


Course: 


Y-Teens 


1.2.3.4: 


Thurs 


Mo 


n. Mu 


. l 


Sophoteers 


2; Red 


Cross 


Rep. 


3; Sr. 


Ma 


shal 3; Sen 


iteers 3; 


H. M 


on. 4 


Reseg 


i 4; 


College 4; 


Football 


Spon 


4.' 












SUE DENNY 

"Her idiosynecracies are not obnoxious - - 

Her physiognomy is comely" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1.2.3.4. V.P. 3; 
House of Rep. 1.3,4: H. Mon. 1.4; Thurs. 
Morn. Mus. 1; Spotlight Club 1.2. Sec. 2; 
Majorette 2.3,4, Choreographer 4: Sopho- 
teers 2: Resegi 4; College 4; Lib. Staff 4; 
Bus. Staff 4; Wittiest 4. 



CAROLYN ANN DICKSON 

"Tenderly" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Sec. 3: 
Basketball 1,2,3.4: G.A.A. 2,3.4: Sopho- 
teers 2; Serviteers 3; Teen-Age Coun. 3.4; 
Sr. Marshal 3; College 4. V.P. 4; Resegi 
4; Lib Staff 4; Sr. Scribe 4: Cheerleader 
4; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 



BETTY BINGHAM I KICK I- 1,' Y 



"My, how the tin 
Language Course: Needl 
Rep. 2; Servile 
H. Mon. 4. 




rk 1; House of 
'.esegi 4; College 4; 



3.4; S 
4; Res 



PENNY SUE DODD 

A Penny' /or your thoughts" 
rcial Course: Sophoteers 2: G.A.A. 
erviteers 3: French 3,4; Y-Teens 3, 




THOMAS S. DOUGLAS 



CL 



aid, o 




DAVID LEE DRUMMOND 




2; Ushe 
College 



atics Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3.4; 
3.4; French 2,3; Soph. Bo> 
3,4; Track 3.4; S.S.C. ' 



Demo- 
(' Club 



knc 



LL "D 

Scientific Co_.„ - 
1; Soph. Boys' Clu 
Rebops 4; Sr. Op 
Sec.-Treas. 4. 



v. do you?" l 

id 1,2,3,4; Instr. Mus 
2; Usher 3,4; Orch. 4 
4: Boys' College 4 



DAVID OWEN 

"Can it be? 
Scientific Course: Band 1 
Instr. Mus. 1.2,3,4; Tenni 
2,3,4; Orch. 3.4; Usher 3 



/ 



1Q55 




DYER 


JOAN EARL 


!,3,4; Hi-Y 1; 
2.3.4; Rebops 


L "His eyes and his smile" L 
General Course: Y-Teens 1.2,3,4: Mixed 
Chorus 2; Sophoteers 2; Red Cross Rep. 3- 
House of Rep. 3; H. Mon. 3; Serviteers 3- 
Basketball 3: G.A.A. 3.4; Resegi 4- Col- 




BARBARA WEBSTER EDWARDS 



"Yon, You. You" 
Language Course: Majorette 1,2,3,4, Twir- 
Ier 3,4; Y-Teens 1,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Sophoteers 2: Girls' 
Chorus 2,3,4; Serviteers 3; Mixed Chorus 
3,4; A capella Choir 3.4; Resegi 4; Col- 
lege 4. 



ELIZABETH EFIRD 



Esse quam videri" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1.2.3,4; Thes- 
pians 1,2; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Pine Whis- 
pers Staff 3,4; Black and Cold Jr. Ed. 3; 
G.A.A. 2.3.4: Basketball 2.3.4; Serviteers 
3; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3,4: Sec. 4: Quill and 
Scroll 3.4; College 4; Resegi 4. 



HENRY GLASGOW ELKINS. JR. 
■Hank- 
Language Course: Debating 1.2,3,4 Var 
3.4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Sec. 1. Chaplain -1; 
Band 1; Rebops 1; Red Cross Rep. 2,3,4 
Treas. 4, City Coun. 4; Debating Club 
2.3.4, Pres. 3.4; Masque and Gavel 2,3,4. 
Sec. 3, V.P. 4; Declamation Contest Win- 
ner 2; World Peace Contest Winner 3 
Dist; I Speak for Democracy Contest Win- 
ner 4; Tennis 3.4; Nat'l Forensic League 



ROBERT BRADLEY EVANS 

Now, when I was young " 

Commercial Course: Football 1.2,3,4. Jr. 
High 1. Var. 2,3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Soph. 
Boy's Club 2; Scrub Baseball 2; Track 3; 
Monogram 3.4; S.S.C. 3,4. 




Scientif, 
School, 
Boys' College 4 



DON FAUST 


SALLY ANN FERRELL 


'Ridin high on the outside rail" l 


"Boors" 


trial Arts Course: Boys' College 4. 


Lan 9uageC ourse: Thespians 1.2: Y-Teens 




1.2.3.4; Tennis 1.3,4; Gym Leaders' Cluh 




2; Var Speedball 2,3.4; G.A.A 2 34 




Coun 3,4; Mixed Chorus 2.3: Girls' Gl« 




Club 2; Serviteers 3; Office Page * 
College 4; Resegi 4. 





117 



^/\EUrioLdc. 




MARILYN JOAN FISHEL 

"Memories" 

Language Course: Class Sec. 1: H. Men. 
1: Y-Teens 1.2.3.4: G.A.A. 2.3.4: A Cap- 
clla Choir 2.3.4; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 
3: Gym Leaders' Club 2; Cub. Com. 3: 
Lib. Staff 3.4; Resegi 4; College 4. 




LARRY E. FOLTZ 


ELIZABETH (BETSY) FULP 


GRACE ELEANOR FULP 


"It's always O.'K." 
Scientific Course: House of Rep. 1; Hi-Y 
1,2,3.4; Demolay 1.2.3,4; Astronomy 1; 
Football 1.3.4. Jr. Hiqh 1, Var. Mgr. 3.4: 
Soph. Boys' Club 2: Track 2; Monogram 
3.4; Sr. Opt. 3: S.S.C. 4: Usher 3.4. 


"Dare ro be .your own true self" 
Language Course: Thespians 1: Sophoteers 
2: G.A.A. 2.3.4; Serviteers 3; Quill and 
Scroll 3,4. Nat'l. Hon Soc. 3.4, Treas. 
4; Pine Whispers Staff 3.4, Ed. -in-Chief 
4; SIPA 3: Sr. Scribe 4; College 4: Most 
Intellectual 4: Resegi 4; Y-Teens 1.2.3.4. 


"There's blue in them that' eyes" 
Commercial Course: Mixed Chorus 1: 
Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1; Y-Teens 2.3.4; 
Sophoteers 2; Softball 2.3.4; Volleyball 
2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Serviteers 3; Col- 
lege 4: Resegi 4; Office Page 4. 




LOIS ANN GALLAGHER 

"A rolling stone gathers no moss" 
Language Course: G.A.A. 1.2.3,4. Coun. 
4; Mixed Chorus 1.2; Y-Teens 1.2,3,4; 
Speedball Var. 2.3.4, Mgr. 4; Sophoteers 
2; Serviteers 3; College 4: Resegi 4; 
Red Cross Rep. 4; Office Page 4; Bus. 
Staff 4; Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4. 



ALAN KNOX GARDNER 


WANDA LEE GIBSON 




ROBERT GLENN 


"No-Nox" 


"Dimples" 




"Ain't Misbehavin" 


Scientific Course: Track 2,3,4; Monoqram 


Commercial Course: C.H. Glee Club 


1.2.3; 


Industrial Arts Course: C.H. Football 


3.4; S.S.C. 3.4; Var. Football 4. 


C.H. Var. Softball 2: C.H. Var. 


Bas- 


1.2.3.4, Reserves 1. Var. 2.3,4; C.H. 




ketball 3: C.H. Assist. Sec. 4. 




Baseball 1.2.3.4. Jr. High 1,2, Var. 3,4; 
C.H. Basketball Jr. High 1,2; Science 1; 
Photography 2: C.H. Batchelars' Club 
1,2,3,4. V.P. 3.4. 




JOSEPH C. GOODMAN II 
"May we always aspire to lift her ban- 
ners higher- 
Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2.3,4, V.P. 1. 
Sec. 2: Basketball 1.2,3. Scrub 1.2, Jr. 
Var. 3: Stud. Coun. 2.3,4. Sec. 3. Pres. 
4: Key Club 2,3,4, Treas, 3. Dist. Treas. 
4; Class Pres. 2; Track 2.3.4; Nat'l. Hon. 
Soc. 3.4: Monogram 3.4; Football 3.4, 
Scrub 3. Var. 4: French 3.4, V.P. 3; 
Most Likely to Succeed 4; Most Intellect- 
ual 4. 






A 



DAVID WHITMORE GOODRICH 


NANCY GRAVES 


BARBARA GREEN 


"Count-D-Goody Hurk" 


"True worth is being, not seeming" 


"To have a friend is to be a friend- 


General Course: Soph. Boys' Club 2; Foot- 


Language Course: Y-Teens 1.2.3,4; G.A.A. 


Language Course: Instr. Mus. 1: Y-Tee 


ball 2,4. Scrub 2, Var. 4; Basketball 2.4. 


2,3,4. Coun. 3,4: Intra-Mural Mgr. 3.4; 


1,2,3.4; Orch. 1.2.3.4; G.A.A. 3.4; Ct 


Jr. High 2. Jr. Var. 4; Baylor Military 


Basketball 1.2,3,4; Sophoteers 2; House 


lege 4; Resegi 4; Red Cross Rep. 4. 


School, Chattanooga. Tenn. 3; Hi-Y 4: 


of Rep. 3; Serviteers 3; Lib. Staff 3.4; 




Monogram 4; Boys' College 4. 


Officials' Club 3,4; Resegi 4; College 4: 
Sr. Ex. Com. 4: Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4. 





118 








2,3; Sophotee; 
teers 3; Mi) 
College 4; Ch 



CAROLYN GREEN 

Remembering" 
rse: Office Page 1; Y-Teens 
rs 2; Glee Club 3,4; Servi- 
;ed Chorus 3,4; Resegi 4- 
oir 4. 



ANN GRIFFIN 



Language Course: Thespians 1,2; Y-Teens 


Lan 


1,2,3.4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Gym Leaders' Club 


lewc 


2; Black and Gold Staff 3,4. Jr. Ed 3- 


Chie 


Pine Whispers Staff 3.4, Ex. Ed. 4; 


Hon 


Quill and Scroll 3,4; Office Page 3.4- 


Mar 


Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3.4; Mixed Chorus 3; 


Cou 


College 4; Resegi 4. 


liest 



V1CKI ROLINA GRUBBS 

ots on my feet a 'ton in my hand" 

juage Course: Y-Teens 1,2.3.4; Need- 
>rk Pres. 1; Majorette 1.2,3,4, Asst. 
f 2.3. Chief 4; Football Spon. 1,3.4: 
lecoming Queen 4; Alt. Chief Sr. 
shal 3; Sr. Hi-Y Spon 4; Teen-Age 
i. 4: College 4; Bus. Staff 4; Friend- 
4; Most Popular 4. 




BESSIE MAE 
ing forward to 




GEORGE HEGE HAMILTON .IV 

"Grand 'OU Opry—Here I Come!" 
Mathematics Course: Football 1.4. Jr 
High 1, Var. Mgr. 4; Jr. High Basketball 
2; Hi-Y 1,2,3.4; Tennis 2.3,4: DeMolay 
2.3,4. Sr. Deacon 3. Sr. Councilor 4; Re- 
bops 3.4: Usher 3,4; Sr. Opt. 3 4 Sec 
4: S.S.C. 4; Monogram 4. 




MARTHA YVONNE HAMPTON 



■'There was a 

I was born 
language Course: Hanes High School 1,2: 
Sr. Marshal 3; Serviteers 3: Basketball 3; 
French 3.4, Sec. 4; Pine Whispers Staff 
3,4; Majorette 3,4; College 4 
4; Football Spon. 4: Best Lookin 



meed, and under that 



Resegi 




BARBARA JEAN HARP 

■'Success comes to those who work [or it" 
Language Course: Mixed Chorus 1,2,3- 
Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Thurs. Morn 
Mus. 1; Bible 2; Serviteers 3: A capella 
Choir 3,4; College 4; Resegi 4. 




ELIZABETH SHANNON HARPER 

Binding all things with beauty" 
nguage Course: Y-Teens 1.2,4; Thes- 
«ns 1; Sophoteers 2; G.A.A. 2.3.4; Of- 
e Page 2; Serviteers 3; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 
: Lib. Staff 3.4, Pres. 4; Resegi 4: 
liege 4; H. Mon. 4. 




MARY LOUISE HARREL 

'If I give my heart to you" 
ercial Course: Home Makers 
exander H.gh School. Union Mills 
2.3; Y-Teens 4. 




JAMES ALBERT HARRILL. JR. 

"Thafs Har—rell" 
Social Studies Course: Demolay 1,2: F 
tography 1; Football 1.2,4, Jr. High 
Scrub 2, Var. 4; Soph. Boys' Club 
Monogram 4: Boys' College 4. 



ALFRED HARTMAN 



Band 1.2,3.4; Instr. Mus. 
2; Rebops 2,3.4: Orch. 
Usher 3.4; Boys' Col- 



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BARBARA VIRGINIA HARWOOD 

"A sight to dream of. not to tell" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1.2.3,4: Bas- 
ketball 1.2.3.4: G.A.A. 2,3.4: Sophoteers 
2; Football Spon. 2.4: Lib. Staff 3.4. 
Sec. 4: Serviteers 3: Officials' Club 3.4: 
Teen-Age Coun. 4: College 4: Resegi 4; 
Speedball Var. 4: Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4. 



CLIFF HARVEL 

"Mole and Nancy" 
Commercial Course: Football 1,2.3.4. Jr. 
High 1. Var. 2,3.4; Photography V.P. 2: 
Soph. Ser. Club 2: S.S.C. 3.4; Boys' 
College 4; Monogram 4. 



2 ** "* if 



SHERRA ANTONIA HATCHER 

"7W 
Home Economics Course: C.H. Jr. Var. 
Softball 1,2,3.4; C.H. Glee Club 1.2,3,4; 
C.H. Jr. Var. Basketball 2.3.4; C.H. 
Cheerleader 4. 




ALBERT MAYO HATTAWAY 



Scientific Course: Sci 
Club 2: H. Mon. 2 
Usher 4. 



y late' 
Soph. 





RODERICK r 


,EARU 


BETTY JEAN HEDRICK 


HHNRY NADING HEITMAN. JR. 
"Music. Maestro, Please" 


BARBARA MAE HERMAN 
"Smile and the world smiles with you; 


"Texas' 




"Little Girl" 


Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4, V.P. 4; 


cry and you cry alone" 


Scientific Course: Wes 


t High School. 


Lanquaqe Course: Y-Teens 1.2.3,4; Band 


Rebops 1.2.3,4; Demolay 1,2,3.4. P.M.C.; 


Mathematics Course: Y-Teens 1.2,4. In- 


Mushogee, ' Oklahoma 


; Austin High 


1,2; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1: Mixed Chorus 


Hi-Y 1,2.3,4: Mixed Chorus 2,3; Boys' 


ter-Club Coun. 2, Treas. 4; Fresh. Girls' 


School. El Paso, Texas 


2; H. Mon. 3; 


1; Sophoteers 2: G.A.A. 2,3.4; Gym 


Chorus 2; Orch. 3.4; Usher 3,4, Chief 4; 


Sec. 1; Class Sec. 1: House of Rep. 1; 


Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4. 




Leaders' Club 2.3; Serviteers 3; Resegi 


Sr. Opt. 3,4, Co-Pres. 4: Bus. Staff 4; 


Sophoteers 2: Basketball 1.2.4; H. Mon. 






4; College 4; Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4. 


Instr. Mus. 3.4: French 3,4. Treas. 4. 


2,4; G.A.A. 2.4; Pine Whispers Staff 
Supply Room Staff 3. Nat'l. Honor 
Society 4; Quill and Scroll 4. 




MARY LOUISE HILL 

"Weezie" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1.2,3,4; G.A.A. 
1.2.3.4: Teen-Age Coun. 2.3,4. Treas. 3; 
Sr. Hi-Y Spon. 3; Basketball Spon. 3. 4: 
Pine Whispers Staff 3.4; Football Spon. 
3.4; Cheerleader 4; Lib. Staff 4; College 
4; Resegi 4; Black and Gold Sr. Ed. 4. 



PEGGY JEAN HOLDER 

"Brown eyes" 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1: Tl 
1; Sophoteers 2: Office Page 2: S( 
3; French 3,4. Pres. 4: Resegi 4; 
4; Football Spon. 4; Nat'l Hon. So 




Language Course: Gray High School 1: 
Radford High School. Radford. Va. 2; 
Thespians 3.4, Sec. 4; A Capella Choir 
3; Girls' Glee Club 3; Mixed Chorus 3; 
Var. Speedball 3; Gym Leaders' Club Sec. 
3; Rebops Vocalist 3. 



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CLa4& of 1955 




JOHN LOUIS HONDROS 

"Hondo" 
ific Course: Hi-Y 1,2.3,4; Fo 
. Jr. High 1. Var. 2,3.4; Asi 
Track 2,3.4; S.S.C. 4; Monogr 



FRANCES HOPKINS 



"Its a Wc 
ehold Arts Co 
Basketball I. 



C.H. Softball 



DAPHNE YVONNE HOWELL 


SALLIE MILLIS HUNTER 


"Now and forever. Clyde" 
Commercial Course; South Fork High 
School 1,2; Serviteers 3; Gym Leaders' 
Club 3. 


"To Each His Own" 
LanguageCourse; Y-Teens 1,2,3.4; G.A.A. 
1.2.3.4; Thespians 1: Basketball 1.2.3.4; 
Sophoteers 2; Gym Leaders' Club 2.3; Of- 
ficials Club 2.3.4; Serviteers 3; College 
4; Resegi 4. 




."'.._:.:'.:*/ 



NANCY HURST . 

"Give the world the best you hi 
and the best will come back to yc 
General Course; Hillsboro High Scho 
Nashville, Tenn. 3; College 4; Resegi 
French 4. 



ALLIE HUTCHINSON 

"There are strange things done" 
Scientific Course: Scrub Football 2. 
Soph. Boys' Club 2; Boys' College 4. 




CHARLES HUTCHISON 


JOHN J. INGLE. Jr. 


"No help wanted" 
ntific Course: 


"Hurk" 
Scientific Course: Demolay 1. 2; Red C 
Rep. 1: Football 1, 2; Jr. High 1, Var. 
Track 2; Teen-Age Coun. 2; Hi-Y 2, 3, 
Soph. Boys' Club 2. 





JANE HARRELL IRBY 


ANN ALLEN JOHNSON 


"A Spirit of Laughing Sunshine" 


"Give me the moon and 111 ask /or a 


Language Course: G. A. A. 1. 2, 3. 4, 




Coun. 4: Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Y-Teens 1, 


Language Course: Y-Teens 1. 2. 4; Thes- 


2. 3. 4. Inter-Club Coun. 4; Sr. Hi-Y Spon. 


pians 1; World Peace Speech Contest Win- 


2: Gym Leaders' Club Pres. 3; Serviteers 


ner 1: G. A. A. 2, 3. 4; Sophoteers 2; 


Sec. 3; Teen-Age Coun. 3, 4; Lib. Staff 


House of Rep. 3; Gym Leaders' Club 2; 


Treas. 4; College 4; Resegi 4; Football 


Serviteers 3; French 3.4; H. Mon. 4; Col- 


Spon. 4; Var. Speedball 4. 


lege 4; Resegi Chm. 4; Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4. 



JOHNNY JONES 

"Funny fellow- 
General Course: Anderson High School. 
Anderson. S.C. 1,2.3; Hi-Y 4; Boys' Col- 
lege 4 Monogram 4; Var. Football 4; Bas- 
ketball 4; S.S.C. 4. 



JUDITH LOUISE JONES 

"White caps and Doctor's orders" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2.3.4; Mixed 
Chorus 1,2.3; Basketball 1,2.3; G.A.A. 2.3. 
4: Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; College 4; 









JANE JULIAN 

■Memories Will Linger" 
Language Course: Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1; 
Mixed Chorus 1.2.3; Y-Teens 1.2.3.4; 
G.A.A. 1.2.3;, Basketball 1.2,3,4; Sopho- 
teers 2; Volleyball 2.3; Speedball 2; Ser- 
viteers 3; Resegi 1: College 4; Color quard 



ALFRED JULIAN KATZIN 

"Adieu" 
Scientific Course: Band 1,2.4; Orch. 1.2.4; 
Kebops 1,2,4; Instr. Mus. 1.2; Hi-Y Treas. 
1; Tennis Res. 1,2; Usher 4; Demolay 4; 
Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 



LOIS KATZIN 



'The 



vocld is yours fo 
Language Course: Thespians 
Rep. 1; Basketball 1,2,3; 
Sophoteers 2; G.A.A. 2,3; 

Softball 2,3; Serv 



Table Tenn 



1; Red Cross 
Y-Teens 1,2; 
Jr. Var. De- 
teers 3; State 



3; College 4: Re 



PATRICIA ANN KELLY 

'7/ we deal [airly, we will find we hare 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Treas. 
2; G.A.A. 2.3.4; Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3.4. 
City Pres. 4; House of Rep. 3,4. Sec. 3; 
Speaker Pro-tem 4; Sr. Marshal 3; Foot- 
ball Spon. 3; Lib. Staff 3.4; French 3.4; 
H. Mon. 4; Resegi 4; College 4; Cheer- 
leader 4. 





":-.. 



BOBBY KILLIAN 

Commercial Course: Hi-Y 1,2.3,4; Football 
2.3.4. Jr. High 2, Scrub 3,4; Soph. Boys' 
Club 2; Scrub Baseball 2; Boys' College 4. 



JACOB DANIEL 




IMI 



"Musically inclined" 
Scientific Course: Band 1,2,3,4. Ti 
Rebops 1,2,3,4; Orch. 2,3,4; Instr 
3.4; Pres. 4Demolay 4; Golf 4. 



ALBERT SIDNEY KING 

"Prince Albert" 
al Arts Course: Football 1 
. Var. 4: Soph. Boys' Club 



BARBARA LOUISE KLINE 

"I'm like 'brown sugar, 'sweet and un- 
refined" 

Language Course: Dramatics 1; Class 
Treas. 1; Mixed Chorus 1.2; Red Cross 
Rep. 1.2,4; Y-Teens 1,2.3.4; Basketball 
1.2.3,4; Sophoteers 2; H. Mon. 2.4; Ser- 
viteers 3; Resegi 4; College 4; Business 
Staff 4. 




Language Course: Thurs. Morn. Mu 



Y-Teens 1.2.3,4 
Football Spon. 2: Si 
Resegi 4: H. Mon. 



2: Sopho 
:rviteers 3: College 4 
4; Office Page 4. 



"Love 'em and Leave 'em" 
Mathematics Course: Football 1,3,4. Jr. 
High 1. Var. 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Jr. 
High 1, Jr. Var. 2.3, Var. 4; Baseball 1,2. 
Jr. High I, Jr. Var. 2: Track 3.4; Hi-Y 
1.2.3.4, Sec. 3,4; S.S.C. 3.4; Monogram 4. 



■•Hurt- 
Scientific Course: Football 1,2,3.4, Scrub 
1,3. Var. 2,4; Scrub Basketball 1,2; Hi-Y 
2,3,4, Treas. 3; Key Club 2,3,4; Monogram 
2,3,4; Soph. Boys' Club 2; Mid. Baseball 
1; Track 2/3,4. 



NORMA ANN LEE 

"Little Orphan Annie" 
Language Course: Orch. 1.2,3,4; Mixed 
Chorus 1,2,3; Y-Teens 1; H. Mon. 1: 
Instr. Mus. 1,2,3; Var. Speedball 3,4; Var. 
Softball 3,4; Officials' Club 3,4; G.A.A. 
3.4, Coun. 4; College 4. 





Sh^tk 




[AMES FOXWORTH LEGETTE 



'Leg it" 
Scientific Course: football 1,2.3.4, Jr. 
High 1. Var. 2.3,4; Basketball 3,4, Jr. 
Var. 3, Var. 4; Baseball 1.2.3.4. Scrub 1, 
2. Var. 3,4; Hi-Y 1.2,3,4, Chaplain 3; 
Teen- Age Coun. 2,3,4, V.P. 4: S. S. C. 
3,4, Pres. 4; Monogram 3,4; Class Sec. 4; 
Best All 'Round 4. 



Scientifi 
Whisper 
pher 4. 



TOMMY LEHMAN 

■Shot gun" 
Course: Photography 1; Pi 
and Black and Gold Photogr 



LOU ANN LINTON 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3.4; Natl. 
Hon. Soc. 3.4. Chaplain 4; Quill and 
Scroll 3.4; Pine Whispers Staff 3.4, Man. 
Ed. 4; Black and Gold Fac. Ed. 3: S.I. P. 
A. 3: H. Mon. 2.4; U.D.C. Award 3; 
French 3,4; Bus. Staff 4; College 4; 
Resegi 4. 



BLANCHE NICHOLS MABE 

■Runaway to Happiness" 
Commercial Course: OH. Glee Club 
C.H. Var. Softball 1,2,3; C.H. Var. 
ketball 2.3; C.H. Cheerleader 3. 




SUSANNAH 



Langr, 



Til 
t Cou 

Chorus 3; G 
Staff 3,4. Cir, 
College 4; H. 
Quill and Scro 



GREENWOOD 
Remember April" 
rse: Y-Teens 1,3 
■leers 2; Serviteers 
■ A. A. 3.4; Pine 
:ulation Mgr. 4; 
Mon. 4; Nat'l Ho 



RICHARD W. MATTHEWS 

" Curly" 
Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1.2,3,4; Band 1,2, 
3; Scrub Baseball 2; Soph. Boys' Club 2; 
Demolay 3.4: Track 4; Sr. Opt. 4: Usher 4. 



CHARLES DONOVAN MAYNARD 

"The Name is Don' " 
Mathematics Course: Gray High School 1; 
Band 3; Instr. Mus. 3,4; Demolay 3,4. 
Chaplain 4; A Capella Choir 4; Boys' 
Chorus 4: Var. Football 4. 



LARRY McCARN 

"Fly low. Chicken" 
Course: C. H. Var. Football 1. 
C. H. Jr. High Basketball 1. 2; 
. High Baseball 1 . 2: C. H. Mono- 
3. 4; Pres. 4; C. H. Batchelors' 
2. 3. 4, Pres. 3. 4. 




Language Course: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3, 4 
Teen-Age Coun. 2. 3. 4: Class Sec. 2 
G. A. A. 2. 3, 4; Lib. Staff 3, 4; Pint 
Whispers Staff 3. 4: Bus Staff 4; College 
4: Resegi 4; House of Rep. 4; Stud. Coun 
4; Football Spon. 4. 



"Mac- 
Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1. 2. 3. 4; Pres 
3. 4: Football 1 . 2. 3, 4, Jr. High 1, Var 
2. 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 
Scrub 1, 2. Var. 3, 4; Basketball 2. 3 
Scrub 2. Jr. Var. 3; Monogram 3. 4: S. S 
C. 3. 4. V. P. 4: Teen-Age Coun. 3, 4. 



ANNE RUSSELL MILLER 



Norfolk Academy, No 



Wilt 
pians 
Quee 



lgton, N. C. 2; 



Hanover High School 
Y-Teens 3, 4; Thes- 
ack and Gold Beauty 





CHARLES 


JACKSON MILLER 


MARCIA GENE MOODY 


REBECCA JANE MOORE 


GRADY L. MORRIS 




"Chas" 


"Make Mine Music" 


"Just a great big mixture of wonderful 


"The moon still shines on my moonshi 
still" 


Scientific Course 


: Band 1.2.3; Soph. Boys' 


Language Course: Waukesha High School, 




Club 2; Demola 


f 4; Usher 4. 


Waukesha. Winsconsin 1; Band 2.3.4. Sec. 


Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Thes- 


Commercial Course: Gray High School 






4; Instr. Mus. 2,3,4. Treas. 3; Mixed 


pians 1: Gym Leaders 2; Sophoteers 2; 


Football 2,3,4, Scrub 2, Var. 3.4; Re 






Chorus 2,3.; Orch. 3,4: Resegi 4: College 


Serviteers 3; Softball 2.3.4; G.A.A. 3,4; 


Cross Rep. 2.3; Scrub Baseball 3; Sen 






4; Office Page 4: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 


Basketball 3.4; Volleyball 3.4; Resegi 4: 
College 4: H. Moo. 4. 


Basketball 4; Monogram 4; Boys' Colle 
4: Usher 4. 





HELEN OWENS NICHOLSON 




GORDAN NIFONG 






JANE NOEL 


MARGARET NOLAN 


"Playing well the game of life" 




Democrat fo the end" 






"Janie" 


"Somebody Goofed" 


Language Course: G.A.A. 2.3,4, Coun. 3.4; 


Scientif 


c Course: Band 1; Model 


Airplane 


Gen 


ral Course: Fergus High School, 


Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2.3.4. V. F 


Var. Speedball 2.3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; 


Club 1 






Lew 


stown. Montana 1.2,3; College 4; Re- 


4, Coun. 2,3,4; Var. Speedball 1,2.3.4. Co 


Sophoteers 2,3; Serviteers 2.4; Y-Teens 2,4; 








segi 


4. 


Capt. 4; Var. Basketball 2,3.4; Var. Sof 


Lib. Staff 2,4; Black and Gold Faculty 












ball 1,2.3.4: Band 1.2,3; Sophoteers 2 


Ed. 4; Pine Whispers Staff 4; Bus. Staff 












Serviteers 3; Y-Teens 2,4: Lib. Staff 4 


4;; Resegi 4; College 4; Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. 












Resegi 4; College Treas. 4; Red Cros 
Rep. 4. 







JULIA DEAN O'CONNOR 



EDWARD FRANKLIN O'KEEFE 
"Ed" 



JANYCE GAIL OSBoRN 



Language C 
dlework 1: 
Mixed Chor 
Resegi 4. 



Scientific Cou 
3,4; Hi-Y 1,2, 
bops 3.4; Deir 



: Band 1,2,3,4; Orch. 1 
Initr. Mus. Sec. 3,4; Re 
ay 3,4; Sr. Opt. 4; Ushe 



"Frog" 
Language Course: Y-Te 
4; G.A.A. 2,3.4. Coun. 
Serviteers 3; Class Sec. 
College Sec. 4; Resegi 4; 



ns 1,2.3.4. V.P. 
4; Sophoteers 2; 
; Class Treas. 4: 
Football Spon. 4. 



CAROLINE OVERCASH 

"Love every moment you live" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3; Thes- 
pians 1; Sophoteers 2; G.A.A. 2; Gym 
Leaders 2: Serviteers 3; Resegi 4; College 
4: Pine Whispers Staff 4. 



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CYNTHIA ANN PALMER 

"Do / worry" 

, ,. c , Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1 

2 3 4: Sophoteers House of Rep. 1,2.3.4: Sopho 
College 4. vitee „ 3yiteers H P - 

College 4. 



2,3.4: 



2: Se 




ROBERT ANCIL PARDUE 



'Cueball" 
Elkin H.gh Scho 



Scientif.c Cou 
kin, N. C. 1. 



CHARLES RAY PASCHAL 

"Satch-- 
Scientific Course: Football 1,2.4, Jr. Hiqh 
1. Scrub 2. Var. 4: Class V.P. 1; Soph 

Hi-Y' 4 C1Ub ^ B ° yS ' C0 " e9e PreS ' 4: 




DOUGLAS SPEAS PAYNE 

"Sprint" 

Commercial Course: Gray High School 1,2: 
Boys Chorus 3: Basketball 3,4. Jr. Var. 3 
Var. 4: Scrub Football 4: Track 4; Boys' 
College 4. 




RITA LEE PERRYMAN 

"Marshall" 

Scientific Course: Y-Teens 1,2.3.4: Band 
I: Thespians 1; Majorette 1: Sophoteers 2: 
Serviteers 2: H. Mon. 2,4; Recept. 3; 
Resegi 4; College 4. 




**4 




WILLIAM G. PFEFFERKORN 



LYNN EDWARD PIERCE 



"Ruthie" ..£,.. 

Scientific Course: Football 1,2.3.4. Mid. 1 Industrial *,., r r „ r \r 
Scrub 2. Var. 3.4, Co-Capt. 4: Track 2.3.' 3 Track 123 
4; Basketball 3.4. Jr. Var. 3, Var. 4: Soph! " 

Boys Club 2; Demolay 2.3.4; Monoqram 
3.4; Hi-Y 3.4; Key Club 3,4. Pres. 4- 
Pine Whispers Staff 3,4, Sports' Ed. 4. 




•rcial Course. .... 
molay 1.2,3,4; Instr. Mus 
ball 1; Baseball 1,2, Mi. 
Rebops 2.3,4; Usher 3,4; 



1,2,3,4; De- 
2; Mid. Foot- 
. Jr. High 2: 

Service Club 




SALLY PULLEN 

/ // be seeing you" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1.2.3.4; Nee- 
dlework 1; Basketball 1,2.3.4; G.A.A 2 3 
4: Tennis 2.3; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers ' 3- 
Officials' Club 3.4; Var. Speedball 4; 
Resegi 4; College 4; Football Spon. 4. 




MARILYNN ELIZABETH PULLIAM 



Act, act in the living present! 
Heart within, and God o'er head" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2.3.4; Mixed 
Chorus 1,2,3; Thurs. Morn. Mus. 1; Thes- 
pians 2.3,4, Scribe 4; Girls' Glee Club 
2,3,4; Basketball 2.3,4; Volleyball 3 4- 
G.A.A. 2.3; A capella Choir 3,4; Reseai 
4; Football Spon. 4. 



DOUGLAS GRAY QUATE 



1.2; Boys' Ch, 



■Chief- 
Course: South Fc 



■k High School 
College 4. 



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LARRY PAUL RAKER 



ROBHRT NISSEN RANDOLPH 



W'AI I'hR ALLEN RAY 



REED 



"Faye" "Root" ■"Walt" "Other Big En" 

Industrial Arts Course: Photography 1.2; Scientific Course: Photography 1: Hi-Y 3,4. Scientific Course: Tottenville High School, Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1.2.3.4; Track 

Brush and Palette 3. Tottenville. N.Y. 1,2; Boys' Chorus 3; 2,3.4: Soph. Boys' Club 2; Key Club 3,4: 

Mixed Chorus 3; Glee Club 3.4; Boys' Var. Basketball 3.4; Usher 3.4; Monogram 

College 4. Treas. 4. 





SUSAN HOOPER RE1D 



RUTHANN RHODES 




BOB ROLLINS 



AYNE ORRELL RUI'L'IN 



"I'm Yours" "just plain Bill" "Stick" "Unto Death Us do Part" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1.2,3,4; Needle- Social Studies Course: Salem Academy 3; /-.mguage Coure: Hi-Y 1.2.3.4: Var. Track Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3; Fresh, 

work 1; Receptionist 1; Basketball 1.2: Y-Teens 4; College 4; Resegi 4; Football -, 2,3,4; Soph. Boys' Club 2; Key Club 3.4: Ser. Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; 

Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Mixed Chorus Spon. 4. ^Sonogram 3.4; Usher 3,4; Scrub Basket- Red Cross Rep. 1: House of Rep, 1; 

3; Red Cross 3; Office Page 4; Resegi 4; „,ill 4: Teen-Age Coun. -1. Basketball 2; Gym Leaders 2; Softball 1. 







ROBERT D. RUMLEY 

"Dale" 
/mmercial Course: Jr. High Basl 
H. Mon. 1; Brush and Palette 3. 



CLARENCE HARRISON RUSSELL 

"Kissell" 
iidustrial Arts Course: C.H. Var. Basket- 
,all 2,3.4; C.H. Var. Football 3.4; C.H. 
V^ar. Baseball 3,4. 



RALPH BRYANT SAPP 

"Rat" 

Industrial Arts Course: Band 1.2. 



WILLIE EDWIN SAYLOR, JR. 

"Little Willie" 
Art Course: Brush and Palette 1.2 
V. P. 2. Pres. 3. 




BARBARA LOUISE SCHAEFER 



"Wh, 

■guage Cour 
ib I; Mixed 

ard 3,4; Coll 



f memories I own!" 
e: Y- Teens 1,2,3,4; Mu 
Chorus 1; Spotlight Cot 
2; Serviteers 3; Co; 
4; Resegi 4. 



DONALD ROY SENNETT 



"Yanjl" 

Mathematics Course; Austin High Scho 
Chicago, Illinois 2; Scrub Baseball 3- Fo 
ball Mgr. 3, Var. 4; Mixed Chorus 3 
Boys' Chorus 3,4; Monogram 3.4 Hot 
of Rep. 4; House Court 4. 



CLa±± of ig$5 



FRANK SHAW 

"Finally" 

Language Course; C.H. Var. Football 2,3. 
4. Capt. 4; C.H. Var. Baseball 3.4; C.H. 
Var. Basketball 3.4; C.H. Monogram 2 3 
4, V. P. 4; French Club 3, 4. 




JACQUELYN JOAN SHEETS 

'My Heart Won't Say Goodbye" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1.2,3.4; G. A 
A. 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Volleyball 2 3- 
Mixed Chorus 1; H. Mon. 2,3; Sophoteers 
2;Serviteers 3; College 4; Resegi 4; Major- 
ette 3,4. 





MARY ANN SHOOK 



• larkn 
Home 
Glee 
Thurs 
A car 



Club 1,2,3,4; 

Morn. Mu 

ella Choir 2, 



rse: Y-Teen 
ixed Chorus 
1; Thespian 

Office Pan, 



BARBARA ETHEL SHORE 

■'Honor lies in honest toil" 
Language Course; Band 1,2.3; Y-Teens I; 
Jr. Var. Debating 1,2: Basketball 1,2; 
W.C.T.U. Award 2; Sophoteers 2- Ser- 
viteers 3; French Club 3.4, V.P. 4- Nat'l 
Hon. Soc. 3,4; Resegi 4; College 4; H. 
Mon. •!. 




Tis good to be merry and wise" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 123 4 Pres 
1. Sec. 4. State Pres 3; House of Rep. 1.2 
Treas. 2;; Sophoteers Pres. 2: Red Cros. 
Coun. 2,3,4, Sec. 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3.4, Coun 
4; Teen-Age Coun. 2,3.4. V.P. 3, Pres. 4 
Lib. Staff 3.4. V.P. 3; Stud. Coun. 3 4 
Sr. Marshal 3; Black and Gold Co-Ed 4 
College 4: Sr. Scribe 4; Most Likely tc 
Succeed 4:Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4 




House of Rep. 2.3; 



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FREDRICK WILLIAM SMITH 

"Rugged but Right" 
Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1.2.3.4; Track 2.3, 
4: Soph. Boys' Club 2: Monogram 4; Sr. 
Opt. 4. 





JANET LOUISE SMITH 



"All the monkeys ain t in the zoo. 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1.2.3 4: The 
pians I: H. Mon. 1 2; Sophoteers 2; Se 
viteers 3; Basketball 2.3: Softball 3: Re.- 
ji 4; College 4. 



|-*-l 



SIMON SOSN1K 



"Democrat- 
Social Studies Course: Hi-Y 1.2: H. Mon. 
I; Mid. Baseball 1; Model Airplane Club 
1; Debating 2,3.4: Jr. Var. Debating 2. 
Var. 3.4; Nat'l. Forensic League 3,'*: 
French 3.4. 



AMES WEBSTER SPACH 



" Tall, light, and handsome 
Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1.2,3,4; Var. Foot- 
ball 1.2.3,4; Basketball 1.2,3,4, Jr. Var. 
1,2, Var. 3.4; Var. Baseball 2,3.4; Mono- 
gram 2,3.4, Pres. 4; Teen-Age Coun. 2,3,4: 
Key Club 2,3.4; Best Looking 4; Most 
Athletic 4. 



^'xAi^t^m 




CLEGG DUBOISE SPEIGHT 



C.H. Var. Football 3.4. 



ROBERT DALE SPEIGHT 

"Maybe it's just that I don't have any- 
thing to say" 

Scientific Course: C.H. Football 1.2.3.4. 
Jr. Var. 1.2, Var. 3,4: C.H. Baseball 2.3. 
4, Jr. Var. 2,3, Var. 4; C.H. Monogram 



FRANK GRAVES SPENCER, JR. 

"Sinner, or Saint?" 
Mathematics Course: Football 1,4, Mid. 1. 
Var. 4; Soph. Boys' Club 2; Science Club 
1; Track 4; Boys' College 4; Monogram 4. 



DAVID L. STEWART 

"Paper Boy" 
Mathematics Course: Gray High Schoo 
1.2; Var. Football 3; Instr. Music 3; Ban. 
3.4. 




NANCY JEAN 

"Little Things Mean a 
Language Course: Mixed Choi 
Girls' Glee Club 1.2.3.4; Th 



Mus. 1; Y-Teens 
Choir 3.4; Servile. 
Delegate 3; Resegi 



Industrial Arts Course: High Point Higi 
School. High Point, tf.C. 1; C.H. Footbal 



.3.4; Bible 2; A capeTTa 2.3.4 
rs 3; U. N. Pilgrimage Basel 
4; College 4. 



2. Var. 3.4; C.H. Jr. Vi 



"My 

Scienl 

School. Cleveland, Te 

2,3.4; Basketball 2.3,4; 



d of the Rainbow" 
dley Central High 
messee 1: Y-Teens 
Sophoteers 2: Ser- 
; Resegi 4; College 



LYNN BOLLING THOMAS 

"Eddie" 
1 Course: Salem Acadei 
3; College 4; Resegi 4. 



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BARBARA JO THRIFT 


GARY F. TISE 


/ // take you any way you are, a sinner 

Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1.2.3,4: Thes- 
pians 1: Sophoteers 2: Serviteers 3; Jr. 
Nom. Com. 3: Resegi 4; College 4: H. 
Mon. -1: House of Rep. 4. 


'Thanks for the memor 
Language Course: House of Rej 
3,4: Sr. Ex. Com. 4. 



EDWARD EUGENE TODD 

"Ned" 
Scientific Course: Nurnberg American High 
School. Nurnberg, Germany 1,2: Band 3: 
Key Club 3.4: Demolay 3.4: Var. Track 
3,4: Var. Football 4. 



HAL TRANSOU 



General Cours 
1. Var. 2,3.4; 
Hi-Y 3.4: Tr. 



"Mole" 
:: Football 1.2.3.4, Jr. High 
Monogram 3.4: S.S.C. 3,4: 
ck 3,4; Scrub Basketball 4. 






MEBANE TURNER 


NANCY MAE TURNER 
"Smile and the world smiles with you" 


ROBERT LOUIS TUTTLE 




RONALD EDWARD TUTTLE 


"Meb" 


Language Course: Y-Teens 1.2.3.4. Treas. 


"Eyes'' 




"Ronnie- 
Scientific Course: C.H. Football 1,2.3.4 
Jr. Var. 1,2. Var. 3.4; C.H. Baseball 1.2 
3,4, Jr. Var. 1.2, Var. 3 4. 


Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Radio 1; 
Football 1,3,4, Jr. High 1, Var. 3,4; Soph. 
Boys' Club 2; Track 4; S.S.C. Monogram 


4; Basketball 1,2,3.4; G.A.A. 2.3,4. Inter- 
mural Mgr. 3,4: Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3: 
Var. Speedball 3,4: Pine Whispers Staff 


Scienitfic Course: C.H. Baseball 
Jr. Var. 1,2. Var. 3.4; French 3,4. 


,2,3.4, 


4. 


3.4, Girls' Sports Ed. 4; Resegi 4; College 
4; Teen-Age Coun. 4; Lib. Staff 4; Bus. 
Staff 4: Na'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Quill and 










C. E. VAUGHN 



Language Cou 
Baseball 2.3. 




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BONNIE PATRICIA VEITCH 

"Friendliness creates happiness" 
Language Course: Y-Teeens 1,2,4; Mixed 
Chorus 1; Sophoteers 2; H. Mon 2; Speed- 
ball 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Serviteers 3; Office 
Page 3,4; Lib. Staff 4; Resegi 4; College 4. 


TED R. WAINER 

"/ shoulda' stood in bed" 
General Course: Band 1,2,3,4; Instr. 
Music 1,2; Boys' Chorus 1.2,3; Mixed 
Chorus 1,2,3; House of Rep. 1; Orch. 2,3,4; 
Demolay 3,4; Usher 3,4; Boys' College 4; 
Drum Major 4. 



NINA KING WALKER 

"It was better the first time" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Sec. 
Pres. 4. Inter-Club Coun. 2.3.4, V. P. 
Pres. 4; G.A.A. 1,2.3.4, Coun. 3.4: Or< 
1,2,3.4. All-State 3.4; Red Cross Coi 
1.2,3.4. Pres. 4, City Pres. 4; Var. Ten. 
3; Var. Speedball 3; Bus. Staff Mgr. 
H. Mon. 4; College 4; Resegi 4; Che. 
leader 4; Football Spon. 4: Sr. Scribe 



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MARCIA ANN WARFORD 

'True to herself, true to her friends, true 
to her duty always" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1.2.3.4. Inter- 
Club Coun. 2, Pres. 3; Class V.P. 1.3: 
Sophoteers V. P. 2: Stud. Coum. 2.3,4. 
V.P. 4: Serviteers Pres. 3; Cheerleader 3.4, 
Chief 4: Sr. Hi-Y Spon. 3.4: Sr. Marshall 
3: D.A.R. Rep. 4: Lib. Staff 4: College 4: 
Resegi 4: Teen-Age Coun. Sec. 4. 



JOAN WATSON 



I 

LEON WILLIAM WEATHERMAN 



TERRISSA WEBBER 



Cours 
Sopho 



Bobby" 

Y-Teens 1,2,3.4: The 
rs 2: Basketball 2,3; Se 
4; College 4. 



"Gail" "O.K. Cool — - Let's jitterbug!" 

Industrial Arts Course: Track 1.2.3.4: Language Course: Y-Teens 1.2; Thespia 

Football 2.4. Jr. High 2. Var. 4; Jr. High 1; Basketball 1,2.3; Softball 1,2; Voile 

Basketball 2; Monogram 2,3,4; S.S.C. 3.4; ball 2: Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3: Colle 

Hi " Y 4 - 4; Resegi 4; Red Cross Rep. 4. 




GRACE EVELYN WESSELLS 

"Yankee Doodle Dandee" 
Mathematics Course: Cranford High School 
Cranford. New Jersey 1; Var. Sp-:edball 
2.3.4; Var. Basketball 2.3; G.A.A. Coun. 
3.4: Var. Tennis 2.3. Mgr. 4: Sophoteers 
Treas. 2: Y-Teens 2.3.4; Serviteers ?>: 
Natl Hon. Soc. 3. 4, V. P. 4; College 4: 



SUSIE WHITE 



Language Coi 

1.2.3,4; Instr. M 

Basketball 1,2.3.4; Volleyball 3,4: Mixed 

Chorus 1.3; Sophoteers 2: Serviteers 3; 

G.AA. 3.4; College 4; Resegi. 



"Mike 
itific Course: Fo 
1,2, Var. 3,4; Jr. High 
Boys' Club 2; Hi-Y 
S.S.C. 4: Monogram 4; 



.2.3.4, Mid. 
sketball 1; Soph. 
; Demolay 3.4; 



"My lift 
Languag. 
Sophotee 
Treas. 3 
3: Pine 
Quill an. 



4; Off 




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Si 

Whispers ! 
I Scroll 3.4; 
H. Mon. 4; 



hallenge, not a 

Var. Debatinc 
je and Gavel 
ice Page 3: Serviteers 
taff 3.4; French 3,4; 

Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3.4. 

College 4; Resegi 4. 







DWIGHT E. WHITLOCK, JR. 




RICHARD WHITMAN 




PHYLLIS KELLY WILLIAMS 


SHELBA JEAN WILLIAMS 


"Attempt the end. and never start Is 




"Time to go" 




"We know what we are. but know not 


"You'll always 'B' mine" 


Mathematics Course: Band 1.2.3.4; Boys' 
Chorus 3. 


Scientif 


c Course: Demolay 3.4; Boys 


Col- 


what we may be" 


Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Of 


lege 4. 






Language Course: Y-Teens 1.2,3,4; Bas- 


fice Page 2,3,4, Assist. Principal's Sec. 4 








ketball 1,2,3.4, Var. 4; Gym Leaders' 


G.A.A. 2,3: Gym Leaders' Club 2,3; SopK 










Club 1,2; G.A.A. 2.3,4; Sophoteers 2: Ser- 


oteers 2; Serviteers 3; Thurs. Morn. Mus 










viteers 3; Office Page 3; Var. Softball 3,4; 


3. 










Resegi 4; College 4; Pine Whispers Bus. 





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NELL "BENNIE" WILMOTH 



within a dre 
language C 
Cross Rep. 1 
Whispers St 
Cub Commenl 
Ed. 4; Offi 
Resegi 4: Hi 



3 urse: Y-Teen 1,2,3.4; Red 
.2; Sophoteers 2: Serviteers 3; 
ill 3,4; Black and Gold, Sr. 
ator 2,3; Basketball 2,3,4; Pine 
:e Page 4; College Club 4; 
11 Monitor 1.2. 



RUTH ERNESTINE WOLFE 
nd Laughing" 



ng. U 



CLan of ig55 



Durham. N.C. 2.3: Y-Tee 
ind Palette 1.4, Sec. 4; Fn 
4; Office Page 4. 




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"4, 


B. Y. WOMACK 

"Strictly Pasadena" 
al Course: Band 1; Soph. Boys' Club 
Ser. 3; Boys' College 4. 


JEWELLE WRIGHT 

"Leave silenee to the saints; I am In 

human!" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Thur: 

Morn. Music 1; Mixed Chorus 2; Soph. 

teers 2; Serviteers 3; Basketball Spon. : 

Football Spon. 3.4; Sr. Exec. Com ' 

Resegi 4; College 4. 




2,3,4; Orch. 1,2,3, 



Model Airplane Club 1; Soph, Boys' Club 4, All-State 3,4; Rebops ' 1 ,2.3,4:Instr 



2; Football 3,4, Scrub 3, Var. 4; Sr. Op> 
Chaplain 4: Demolay 3,4, Chap 
Master Councilor 4. 



1,3,4: Scrub Baseball 1; Ba 5 
2; Mixed Chorus 2; Usher 2,3,4. 



Language Course: 
Morn. Mus. 1; M 
Sophoteers 2; H. 
Gym Leaders' CIu 
lege 4; Resegi 4. 



'Satch" 
Y-Teens 
xed Choru 
Mon 2: 
3 3; Baske 



.2.3.4; Thurs. 
; 1.3; Band 2: 
Serviteers 3: 
ball 3,4; Col- 



SENIOR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
IPS 




Kay Crabtree, Johnny Hondros, Jewel Wright, Julie Shore, Pat Berrier. Gary Tise, Nancy Gr 




scoioa 



HOST tlfc£&.V 
TO SUCCIg,® 




®^ST lOOIMCTC 




Julie Shore and Joe Goodman 



Jim Spach and Yvonne Hampton 



oost eoeu^Ad 




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Bob Bender and Vieki Grubbs 



Johnny Hondros and Vicki Gmbbs 




W£Q<LA1W£ 




O05T lOTfcLlfeCTUAC. ©I.ST m.L 





Joe Goodman and Betsy Fulp 



Mary Louise Coleman and Jim Spach 



n©si 



MCCTIC 




Mary Louise Coleman and Jim Legette 




Sue Denny and Jerry White 



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NANCY ADAMS 

JOHN ALDRIDGE 

J. D. ALEXANDER 
ARCHIE GRAY ALLEN 
JACKIE ALLEN 

JEANIE ALLEN 



ALICE BEAM BLAKE 
DEANNA BLANCO 
HELEN BOOE 
BARBARA BOERNER 

ROCKWELL BOYLE. JR. 
PEGGY JO BRADBURN 



TERRY CARRIKER 
LYNN CARROLL 

FRANCIS C. CARTER 
JACK CARTER 

LIBBY C. CHEROS 
BOBBIE CHEEK 




JERRY ALLEY 

EDDIE ARMFIELD 
RALPH ASBURY 
ANN BARKLEY 

ARTHUR BLACKWOOD 
R. B. BLAKE 



ERNEST V. BREWER 
RICHARD BUDDINE 
ALEESA C. BURKE 
JOE BUTZBACK 
MAXINE BYRD 

ANNE CAMPBELL 




fp (^ *tJ J 3 



KAY DALTON 
BILL DARSEY 
BHX DAVIS 
BILLY DAVIS 

LAWRENCE DAVIS 
MERRILIE DAVIS 



JUDY ELLIS 

BECKY FISHER 
NED FISHER 
JIM FORDHAM 
JACK FRAZIER 
EDDIE FRY 




BEVERLY CLOANINGER 
ELIZABETH CLY 

ELIZABETH CORNWELL 
PAT CRIM 

CAROLYN CRIST 
KENT CROUCH 



JAMES S. DAY 

RICHARD DOWNS 

MARY M. DURHAM 
BAILEY L. DWIGGINS 
RAYMOND EBERT 

PATSY EDWARDS 






CHARLES FUSSELL 
JANICE FUTRELL 
MARTHA GALE 
ROBERT GITTER 
ELBERT GOFF 

MAROLYN GOFF 



THORNIE HARTLE 
PHYLLIS HEDRICK 

RICHARD HENNING 
SONNY HILL 

PEGGY HITCHCOCK 

DAPHNE HOFFMAN 



GWYNNE HUPFER 

BARBARA HYLTON 

KATHRINE ISENHOUR 
TIM ISLEY 

BOBBY JOHNSON 

HENRY JOHNSON 



MARJORIE KEITH 
PETER KELLOGG 
FRANCES KEY 
SARA KINSINGER 

ALBERT KISER. JR. 
PAUL F. KITTINGER, JR. 



ANN P. LOYD 

SUSAN LUCKENBACH 
PAT LYONS 
RALITSA B. MAKROS 
BOB MALLINS 

MARGARET MARTIN 



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MARGARET GOODRICH 
E. R. GREENE 

PATSIE GREEN 
MARY KATHRYN HALE 
FAYE HARRIS 

HENRY HARRIS 



DAVID HOLCOMB. JR 

CAROLYN LEE HOLDER 

r-„v, c , MARY ANN HOOVER 
GENE HOPKINS 

JERRY HOWELL 

NORRIS HORWITZ 



SYLVIA JOHNSON 
CAROL J. JONES 
SANDRA JONES 
SHIRLEY JONES 
PHIL KEATON 

BILLYE MYERS KEITH 



ART KURTZ 

FREDDIE LANE 
MOLLIE LEWIS 
COWLES LIIPFERT 
NANCY LONG 
KAY LOWDER 



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MURIEL MARTIN 
JERRY MASTEN 

MARTHA MASTEN 
SUE MASTEN 

OLGA MATHES 

DAVID MATTHEWS 



GERALDINE McILROY 
WARD McKEITHEN 

CHARLES McKENZIE 
DAVID METCALF 

CAROLYN MILLER 
JACKIE MILLER 




Alk ..;'■:' ... 



MARTIN NASH 

HELEN NICKOLS 

ANN MARIE NUCKOLS 
BETTY O'CONNER 
PAT O'NEIL 

JEFF OVERBY 



DONALD PARKER 
PHIL PARKS 

SONNY PATTERSON 
ELEANOR PAYNE 
CAROLYN PEGG 

JUDY PETERSON 



NEVYN W. RANKIN 

RICHARD RATCLIFF 
MARVA REID 
DAVE RICE 

HELEN RICHARDSON 
RONALD ROBARGE 





~ 




STEVE MAULDIN 
CHARLIE MAUZY 

OLIVIA MAYNARD 
MARY ALICE McBRAYER 
BLAIR McLEOD 

ELEANORE E. McGEE 



BARBARA MOREFIELD 
T. D. MOORE 

DAN MORRILL 
ELIZABETH MOUTOS 
K. G. NADING 

GLENDA NANCE 



NANCY OWENS 

RANDY PACKARD 
RICHARD PAGE 
BETH PARDUE 
PAT PARDUE 

BILLY JOE PARRISH 



\„m KEN PETERSON 

LINDA PETREE 

TINKY PEYTON 
MARY JANE PFAFF 
BETTY PHILLIPS 

CAROLINE PLEMMONS 



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richmond rucker 
Billy rudolph 
faye rumple 
gloria rupprecht 
mary russ 

julia rutland 



LOUIS SCHWOEBEL 
LARRY SCHWARTZ 
PAT SECHRIST 
WINONA SECHRIST 
JEAN SHIELDS 

TOMMY SHOOK 



JIM SPILLERS 

JUDY STALEY 

CAROL STEELE 
GRAY STEIFEL 

MARLENE STEWART 
SYBIL STEWART 



etc 



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DON SALE 

BONNER SAMS 

ADAM SAUNDERS 
KATE SANDRIDGE 

GARY SATTERFIELD 
CLINT SCHAUM 



DOT SHUTT 

SYLVIA SIMS 

WADE SMITHERMAN 
BILL SMITHER 

JANET SNYDER 

GORDON SPAUGH 



SARAH T~SCH 

DANNY THOMPSON 
JIMMY THRIFT 
SONIA TISE 

DOLLY TOLLEY 

KENNETH TREADWAY 



MARY LEE WALKER 
EMERSON WALL 
VIRGINIA WALL 
SANDRA WALSH 
PAT WALTERS 

TOMMY WARD 



NANCY ST1MPSON 
EMILY STRADER 
SYBIL STRUPE 
BILL TAYLOR 

JANET TAYLOR 
SALLY TAYLOR 



KYLEEN TURNER 
MICKEY TURNER 
HANK WADE 
JANE WAGONER 

JENNINGS WAGONER 
LYNN WALKER 



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WALTER WARFFORD 
KAY WATTS 

JEANNE WEBB 
AVIS WESTMORELAND 
LARNETTE WHITE 

ELIZABETH WILDMAN 



BILL WILLIANMS 

BENNY WILLIAMSON 
HUGH WILSON 
NANCY E. WILSON 
BETTY WOOD 
JIMMY WOOD 




Making plans for the Junior-Senior Dance are Committee Member 
to right: Frances Carter, Ward McKeithen, Elizabeth Wildman, Ralph 
Asbury. Deanna Blanco. Carolyn Pegg, and Miss Mary Martin, sponsor. 

138 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 




10G2, 10G3, 10A1, 10A2 




10LS1, 10LS2, 10LS3, 10G1 



139 




9LS1, 9LS2, 9LS3, 9G1, 



140 




8H, 8G, 8S, 8M, 8B 




8F, 8C, 8K, 8Cr, 8Sc 



COUNCIL OFFICERS 
ililii 




Taylor, sec; Marcia Warford, Vice-Pres.; Joe Goodman, Pres.; Mary Jac V 



The Student Council is the oldest 
and highest body of our Student 
Co-operative Government. It is the 
purpose of the members of the Coun- 
cil to establish and maintain by pre- 
cept and example high standards of 
honor and moral responsibility. To 
put these duties into practice, the 
Council has the right to try any 
student who has violated our Honor 
Code. The Honor Code is a standard 
by which Reynolds High School stu- 
dents, as intelligent and responsible, 
must abide. 

During the year 1954-55 the Coun- 
cil spent much of its time on the 
improvement of the school organizat- 
ion. The revision of our constitution 
and student handbook were the 
most outstanding improvements. Af- 
ter three years of hard work, the 
Council presented the revised consti- 
tution to the student body for ap- 
proval. The consequent overwhelm- 
ing number of votes cast for the new 
constitution was indeed gratifying 
to those of the Council who spent 
many hours on its preparation. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 




HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 




Davis. Sec; Pa. Kelly. Speaker Protem; Mary Frances Cunningham s, , ,1 , , 



Nancy West, Treas 



The House of Representatives for 
1954-55, sponsored by Mrs. Frost, 
Miss MacRae, and Mrs. Moser, was 
headed by Mary Frances Cunning- 
ham, speaker; Pat Kelly, speaker 
pro-tem; Lawrence Davis, secretary; 
Nancy West, treasurer. These offi- 
cers and one elected member from 
each homeroom composed this or- 
ganization. 

The first duty of the House of 
Representatives is to encourage the 
students to take pride in the appear- 
ance of the buildings and grounds. 
The second is to discourage harm- 
ful, inconsiderate actions, such as 
using the wrong steps, breaking in 
the lunch line, and scuffling or run- 
ning in the hall. Those violating the 
rules of the House are brought be- 
fore the House Court, which is 
made up of the House officers from 
each grade. 

This year's activities included a 
chapel program explaining the rules 
and make-up of the House to the 
eighth grades, and a new students' 
party, jointly sponsored by the 
House, the Student Council, and the 
Honor Society. 



HOUSE COURT 




Second Row: 
Forester. A. 



McKeithan, D. Wra- 
. Marshall. B. Vermi] 



). Senett. 
B. Hylto 



143 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




1st row: S. Tesch, H. Richardson, J. Staley. S. Walsh. J. A. Cass. 
S. Luckenback. K. Sandridge. S. Strupe, J. Ellis. 2rd row: E. O'Keefe. 
P. Kellog, N. Horwitz. R. Heard. B. Taylor. B. Dennis. M. Nash, M. 
Fishel. J. Peterson. B. Herman. 3rd row: M.F. Cunningham, G. Wessels. 
N. Graves. B.J. Hedrick. P. Holder, M. Moody. A. Johnson, S. Masten. 



L. Gallagher. N. Turner. 
C. Charles. M. Cameron, 1 
J. Goodman. J. Chatham, 
Crouse. B. Shore, S. Whi 



Harwood, S. 
ifird. A. Griffir 
Brooks. J. Shor 





The Brevard Hoover Chapter of 
the National Honor Society was or- 
ganized in Reynolds High School in 
1922 for the purpose of recognizing 
those students who have been out- 
standing in scholarship, leadership, 
character, and service. It is one of 
the major projects of this organi- 
zation to promote these four ideals 
among the members of the entire 
student body. 

Among its other projects, the Hon- 
or Society each year sponsors the 
first devotional chapel with Mr. 
Joyner as speaker. Two elaborate 
and impressive inductions are held 
each year to which parents of all the 
inductees are guests. The Chapter 
participates actively in the state con- 
vention, submitting a scrapbook of 
its activities. The Brevard Hoover 
Chapter has, for several years won 
first place in this state-wide compet- 
ition. 

The chapter held its regular meet- 
ings each Wednesday morning at 
eight o'clock. This year's officers 
were Susie White, president; Grace 
Wessells, vice-president; Elizabeth 
Efird, secretary; Betsy Fulp, treas- 
urer; Lou Linton, devotional chair- 
man. The faculty sponsor was Mrs. 
Marjorie Stephenson. 



144 




Lois Gallagher. Lou Linton, Susie Whi 
and Barbara Harwood form a panel d 
cussion. 



Masque and Gavel 




First row: Ann Griffin, Elizabeth Efird, Betsy Fulp, Susie White. Lou 
Linton. Second row: Emerson Wall, Mona Cameron, Susan Masten, Judy 



Staley, Nancy Turner, Janice Cornwell. Barbara Herman, Julie Shore. 




BLACK AND GOLD 



This year the Black and Gold staff was headed by 
Julie Shore and Mona Cameron, editors-in-chief. 
Other officers contributing to the success of the year 
book were the senior editors, Bennie Wilmoth and 
Weezie Hill; the junior editors, Judy Staley and 
Merrilie Davis; the faculty editors, Emerson Wall 
and Helen Nicholson; and write-up editor, Janice 
Cornwell. These people met frequently with the 
editors from Gray and Hanes High Schools to discuss 
their plans. Under the leadership of Nina Walker the 
business staff collected the advertisements from the 
different business concerns. Thus, with the work of 
many students, the '54-'55 annual was printed. 



Emerson Wall, Susan Masten. and Renna McNair, Circulation Manag 





First row: R. Rucker. treas.: L 
R. Asbury. C. Sec: W. McKe 
L. McKeithan, N. Todd. D. Dalti 
row: L. Davis. B. Davis. F 



Robins. H. 
Spach. J. Goodman. 



KEY CLUB 



The Key Club this year again has 
proven to be the outstanding honor 
and service club at Reynolds. The 
officers were Bill Pfefferkorn, pres- 
ident; Lee Bryant, vice-presideent; 
Ward McKeithan, recording secre- 
tary; and Richmond Rucker, treas- 



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... - - 




From the big homecoming week- 
end last fall to the Follies this spring 
the year has been filled with Key 
Club projects. None of us will ever 
forget the Saturday mornings over 
at school. Mr. Nash Hardy, our spon- 
sor this year, did a great job. "We 
shall never forget the fun and fel- 
lowship of the Key Club of '55. 



Wielding mops and brooms the Key Clubbers clean th. 



SENIOR SERVICE CLUB 




Under the capable leadership of 
Jim Legette, president; Dick McNeil, 
vice-president; Larry Carter, secre- 
tary-treasurer; and Mr. Sifford, spon- 
sor, the Senior Service Club had an 
active year. 

Members of the S.S.C. spent many 
Saturdays cleaning the courts and 
the blinds in the library. Each month 
they sponsored a Student and Teach- 
er of the Month. 

Fall activities included sponsoring 
dances, bonfires, and the Homecom- 
ing parade. Every Friday at school 
and before the football game the 
boys took charge of displaying the 
"Demon." 



During Christmas S.S.C. members 
entertained the teachers at the an- 
nual tea. Soon after the holidays 
were over new members were in- 
ducted. The fortunate juniors this 
year were Steve Mauldin, Henry 
Johnson, Billy Joe Parrish, and Hugh 
Wilson. These boys will carry on 
next year. 

When R.J.R. played Asheville in 
February the Senior Service Club 
again sponsored Homecoming cere- 
monies in honor of the senior bas- 
ketball players. A dance followed the 
game. 





>w: (Officers) L. Cartf 
McNeill, vice-president. S 
Jones. J. White. B. Evan 



J. Legette. 
las, B. Weat 
Row: G. H 



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LEADERS 


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Nolan, 
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trcas.; Mona Cameron. 
Prog, chr.; Gail Osbor 



COLLEGE CLUB 



The College Club, which consisted of 101 senior 
girls, met each Thursday morning during regular 
club period. Being one of the most outstanding clubs 
in our school, it helped the members in choosing 
which college to attend and in preparing for college 
life. 

In order for each girl to get a great benefit out of 
the club, every program was carefully planned by 
the program chairman. Some of the speakers for '.he 
programs included Dr. Ivy Hickson of Salem College 
speaking on "The College Program," Rev. Rupprecht 
of Saint John's Lutheran Church speaking on "The 
Spiritual Background of College Life," and Miss 
Weaver, our own adviser, speaking on various help- 
ful phases of college life. 

One of the most delightful traditions of our club 
was the distribution of Christmas cards to the tea- 
chers and students of our school. 

A deserving girl in the club was presented a one 
hundred dollar scholarship on the night of gradua- 
tion. The money for this award was raised by the 
members of the club. After the presentation of dip- 
lomas the club held open house for the graduates 
their families, their dates, and Reynolds High faculty" 

Thanks should be given to Miss Weaver, our spon- 
sor, who has been so helpful this year, and to the 
officers, for their untiring efforts. 




Miss Janie W 




ASSISTANTS 
Sue Denny, Frankie Cuningham. Shirlev D. 



PROJECT 
rbara Green. Carol White. Jean B 



iwn. Ruth Ann Rhode 



SENIOR Hl-Y 




First Row: S. Lacy. sec. H. Elkins, chaplain, D. McNeill, pres., L. 
Carter, vice-pres.. B. Bender, treas. Second Row: E. O'Keefe, H. Heitman, 
J. Yarborough. P. Randolph. J. White, B. Bonin. G. Agee, E. Smith, 
B. Pfefferkorn. R. Matthews. Third Row: T. Douglas, M. Turner. J. 

The Senior Hi-Y, one of the many organizations 
sponsored by the Young Men's Christian Association, 
had a busy and fun-filled year. Under the leadership 
of president, Dick McNeil; vice-president, Larry 
Carter; secretary, Sonny Lacy; treasurer, Bob Ben- 
der; and chaplain, Hank Elkins the members spent 
many hours at work and play. Included in the acti- 
vities for '54-'55 were devotional chapel programs, 
hayrides, and dances. 



Legette. J. Hondros, E 
L. Foltz. Fourth Row: 
S. Sizemore. B. Rollins 
I. Chatham. 



D. Buell. G. Ha 
cs, J. Goodman, J 
it, H. Transou", P. 



Early in the year the club chose its sponsors. 
Joanna Carter, Marcia Warford, Vicki Grubbs, and 
Kay Crabtree were the girls selected to serve in this 
capacity. 

Each member feels that this organization has play- 
ed an important part in his development and that 
the fellowship experienced by participation in it has 
been enriching. This fellowship will long be cherish- 
ed, and the fun had together will never be forgotten. 



Hi-Y Sponsors 



Officers 





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SENIOR Y-TEENS 




first Row: K. Rhodes, P. 
S.M. Hunter, P. Villian 
Taylor. S. Ried, B. Edw, 
V. Grubbs. J. Carter. Set 
C. Charles. M. Wafford. 
Faircloth. J. Williams. L. 
J. Ashburn. M. Pulliam, J 



S. De 



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Dodd. S. Ferrell. A. Griffin. M. L. Ha 



;. N. Walker, M.J. Brown. M. 
rds. B. Wilmoth. B. Schaeffer, K. 
>nd Row: M. Cameron, J. Brown, 
I. Irby, S. Pullen. N. Graves. J. ) 
Benton. J. O'Connor. N. Strupe. I 
Smith. Third Row: J. Cornwell, C 



E. Wolfe. M. Ca 



Whight, 6. Denny, o. Osborn, B. Thrift, J. Watson, C. White, B. Zeh, 
C. Palmer, J. Earl, J. Bostic. Fourth Row: M. Painter, G. Fulp, B. 
Moore, B. Agee, J. Julian. J. Jones, J. Sheets. C. Dickson. N. Turner. 
M.L. Coleman. H. Nicholson, D. Cress. J. Cooke. R. Perryman. Fifth 
Row: B. Veitch. L. Linton, R. McNair. A. Johnson. S. Harper, M. 
Nolan. S. Masten, L. Gallagher, B. Fulp, B.J. Hedrick, J. Shore, E. 
Efird, P. Kelly, E. Cunningham, J. A. Carter. P. Bell. 



JUNIOR Y-TEENS 




First Row: B. Herman. M.A. Hoover. K. Turner. J. Peterson. T. Hartle. 
M.M. Durham. Second row: D. Blanco, B. Morefield, M.A. McBrayer, 
P. Edwards. E. Wildman.L. Walker. S. Johnjon, M. Ried. P. Hitchcock. 
S. Jones. C. Crist. F. Key. P. Hedrick. L. Petree. Third row: C. Holder, 
N. Wilson, M. Stewart, K. Sandridge, C. Pe-g, M. K. Hale. M. L. 
Walker. K. Dalton. P. O'Neil. L. Carroll, P. Lyons. J. Webb, M. 
Lewis. L. Turner. B. Hvlton. E. Cornwell. T. Peyton. Fourth row: F. 
Harris. B. Fisher, P. Walters. S. Luckenback. G. Zizlar, A. Loyd. J. 



Wood. P. Crim. N. Stimson. E. Cly. Fifth row: S. Jones. K. Watts. A. 
Campbell, B. Pardue, A. Nuchols. M. Davis. E. Straeler. P. Pardue. 
D. Tolley, A. Blake, A. Allen. H. Richardson. C. Miller. P. Bradburn. 
N. Owens. M. Russ, H. Booe. B. Boerner. Sixth Row: M.J. Pfaff. B. 
Keith. S. Walsh. P. Sechrist, J. Futrell. S. Kinsinger, B. Phillips. M. 
Goodrich, J. Ellis. J. Orrell, J. Staley, E. McGee. A. Barkley, P. 
Green. D. Wylie. S. Strupe, J. Wagoner. 



LIBRARY STAFF 




First Row: R. McNair, 
M. Nolan, M. Fishel, 
Second Row: W. Hill, 
Fisher. P. Sechrist, P. 



M. Warfor 
E. Fenwicl 
:elly, B. Ha 



trupe, G. Wessells, C. Dickson, 
J. Brown, T, Peyton, F. Key. 
]. Staley, M.F. Cunningham, B. 
L. Ezzell, S. Hoffman, R. John- 



son, C. Andrew. Third Row: B. Ha 
son, S. Denny, S. Harper, M.L. 
O'Neil. C. Peqg, M.A. McBraver. 



SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS 




Gentry. Second Row: P. Ramseur. A. Frazier 
G. Tyack, S. Cochrane, . Williams, J. Shaffn. 
wick, R. Johnson, G. Woodward, A. Goodson. 
N. West. B. Hampton. F. Lordley, J. Gardner 
S. Norman. J. Church, B. Brookbank, J. Barton 
S. Griffin, S. McMillan, C. Andrew A Fc 
Creech. B. Lake. E. Walker, K. Paul, B. Flentoi 



[. Allen, M. Duncan. 3. 
. Crabtree, E. Vick'ers. 

', S.L. Sutton. E. Fen- 

C. Sprinkle, N. Stewart, 
P. Brutko. Third Row: 
M. Caroll, G. Talbert, 

ester. B. Warford. C. 
J. Gold, M.J. Vauqhn. 



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Petree. J. Wolfe, J, Petree, L. Crawford, P. Huff. N. Killian B. Wil- 
son. J. Overby. N. Warren. M. Pierce. J. Yokeley. V. Staples. J. 
Blackwell, L. Cash, A. Phelps, M.S. Nuckols, G. Robin, A. Thomas 
Fifth Row: J. Clark. J. Ghirardini. J. Reid. J. Agee, C. Smith, B. 
Pulliam. L.L. Tise, M. Avery, L. Dickson, S.G. Pfaff, E. Turnage P 
James, P. Barkley. N. Apperson. A. Howell. B. Combs. S. Isgett, F 
Dalton, L. Ezzele, S. Foster. 



MOVIE PROJECTOR CLUB 




First Row: G. Duncan, F. Fowler, B. Pate. Second Row: M. Davis, J. 
Moore, B. Murray. B. Brown, R. Swanson, S. Hutcheson, J. Brown. GTA. 
Parks. W. Pitt, B. Cook. Third row: C. Lewis C. Bowden, M. 
Simpson, D. Lindlev. D. Reed. N. Morgan, G. Chatman, M. Davis, B. 



Stafford. W. Burton. J. Russell. G. Eskridge. W. Livengood. 1 
Row: R. Houston. T. Boose. R. Shutt. J. Smith, W. Cline, L. Cha 
B. Avery, T. Cummings. B. Bradford, F. Rhodes, F. Saunders. C. Te 



SOPHOMORE Hl-Y 




HALL MONITORS 




First Row: A. Vance. L. Teague, L. Efird, M. Eller, M.A. Hoove. 
C Pegg, P. Sechrist, S. Taylor. R. Perryman, J. Blackwood. K. Vos> 
N. Creed. A. Marshall. P. Edwards. L. Crawford. P. Huff. Second Row 
B. Loyd. P. Hayes. A. Grant, S. Luckenback. C. Bolick, B. Lake C 
Creech, B. Warford. S. Denny, S. Harper, M.J. Brown J. Bostic' C 
Jeffers. B. Harwood. B. Hampton, N. West, P. Bradburn D Shutt '8 
Cheek. Third Row: L. Linton. S. White, B. Shore, S. Pinkston J Hill 



. ;..<•••• • ' :„:;„ : ;.• ■■■■ ^ , 

C. Charles. B. Kline. 
Moore. J. Knouse, B. \ 
Fourth Row: S. Masts 
P. Kelly. M. Cameron 
M.J. Pfaff, G Allen. 
W. Neal. 



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n. M. Russ. N. Wilson. N. Stii 
K. Norfleet, A. Johnson. S. De 
A. Barkley. J. Honeycutt, J. F 



K. Sandridge, 
a. M. Talley, 



OFFICE PAGES 




First Row: J. Williams, J. Brown. J. Allen. M. Masten, I. Mien S 
Sheets, E. Walker, G, Woodward, M. L. Walker. P. Bradburn M 
''■ Pa nnill, A. Bair, S. Rannells. Second Row: M. Moody. C. Andrew 
). Cress, J. Faircloth. G. Fulp, A. Blake, M. McKennv E 



Dillor 



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Kennedy, P. Hedrick, C. Holder, B. Agee M L 
Third Row: N. Starbuck, J. Taylor, A. Griffin, S. 
Reid B Wilmoth, L. Gallagher, J. Knouse. H. Nicholso, 
E. Wolfe, H. Richardson. M. A. Shook N Long 



K. Garner. 
Ferrell. S. 
B. Veitch, 



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Thespians 




First Row: M. Pulliam. A. Miller. B. Darsey. F. Harris. J. He 
Second Row: D. Barlett. N. Wilson. M. Shook. B. Pulliam. S. P. 
J. Shaffner. S. William. L.W. Biebigheiser. N. Mabe. H. Bost, L 
K. Garner. Third Row: E. Carper. N. Cline, B. Fisher. P. G 
Ivester, L. Efird. M. Eller, S. Hoffman. J. Pass, P. Lyons. K. Is< 



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Under the co-sponsorship of Miss Catherine Mac- 
Rae and Miss Ruth Good the Dramatics Club, better 
known as the Thespians, provided the highlights in 
drama and comedy for 1954-55. 

At their first meetinng the Thespians elected the 
officers who have served them so capably through- 
out this year. They are Bill Darsey, president; Anne 
Miller, vice-president; Joan Honeycutt, secretary: 
Faye Harris, treasurer; and Marilyn Pulliam, scribe. 
Bill was well qualified to head the group because he 
spent his summer learning make-up and staging and 
acting in "Unto These Hills." Joan played roles in two 
of last year's plays; while Ann, Faye, and Marilyn 
did costumes, make-up, and directing, respectively. 

The season's first production was "The Sisters 
Macintosh", a rollicking comedy starring Merrilie 
Davis, Patsy Keicher, and Tommy Colvin. Joan 
Honeycutt stepped from in front of the footlights to 
a new role as student director. Serving under stage 
manager Dick Buell as heads of the various commit- 
tees were Bruce Brooks, Katherine Isenhower, Bill 
Darsey, Mike Sprinkle, and Binnie Pulliam. If the 
applause was any indication, the play was a big hit. 

The Thespians combined with Mr. Water's voice 
groups to present a Christmas pageant before the 
student body. The tableaus, done in pantomine, and 
the inspirational singing of the chorus left everyone 
with the Christmas spirit. 

Climaxing the busy year was the annual trip to 
the Carolina Drama Festival. The trip home left the 
seniors regretfully thinking that it was their last 
year, while the underclassmen were hopefully look- 
ing forword to more exciting times as Thespians. 



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MONOGRAM CLUB 




teed, I. Lcqette. W. Warfford, J. Goodman. T. Cre 
iucker. R. Asbury, B. Rollins, K. Gardner, T. ]■ 
McNeill. J. Masten, B. Dennis. F. Smith, L. Foltz. 



The Monogram Club, made up of all the boys who 
have won their letter in a varsity sport, had a most 
successful year. The officers this year are Jim Spach, 
president; Lee Bryant, vice-president; Larry Carter, 
secretary; and Bob Reed, treasurer. 

During the fall the club sold ribbons for the foot- 
ball games and this winter they were in charge of 
all the home basketball games. 

The chapel program put on by the Monogram was 
one of the best all year. 

The Black and Gold game was the big project for 
the year. With the club in charge the goal was topped 
by a thousand dollars. 

Our sponsor for the year has been Mr. John Tandy, 
who was an inspiration and shining example to all 
of us. 




Petey Laurence, Sonny Lacy, Jim Legette, and Larry Carter make pla 
for the Black and Gold campaign. 




ill Pfefferkorn 
Hondros map out the 



Rollins, Bob Reed. Lee Bryant, and Johnny 
ubs' plans. 



Senior Marshals 




First Row: D.L. Drummond. M. Young, 
Frye. R. Matthews. D. Dyer, A. Harti 
Rankin, D. Buell. Second Row: H. Hei 
Rudolph, G. Morris, H. Johnson. F. Wa 
R. Page, Mr. Peters. Third Row: B. Broo 



distant chief. F. Katzin, E. 
I, G. Agee. B. Rollins, N. 
in, chief. J. Yarborough. B 
r. H. Poindexter, H. Wade 
E. O'Keefe, J.D. Alexander, 



S. Wagoner. R. Ratcriff, L. Schwoebel. C. Liipfert, A. Blackwood, D. 
Parker, A. Hattaway. Fourth Row: C. Miller, J. Masten, B. Reed. 
W. Warfford, J. Chatham, G. Spaugh. G. Hamilton, B. Bonin, C, 
Barkley, W. Brown, C. Schaum, G. Hopkins. C. Mauzy. L. Foltz. 



GYM LEADERS 





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First Row: A. Lee. F. Harris, J. Snyder. J. Staley. Second row: L. Tise, 
L. Crook, B. Pulliam, E. Patterson, P. Brutko. J. Crabtree, A. Frazier. P. 
Hitchcock, J. Jhirardini, J. Ellis, C. Plemmons, M. Masten. Third Row. 
B. Shutt, P. Hulr. A. Thomas. C. Andrew, G. Woodward. 



C. Pegg, D, Blanco, M.A. Hoover, M.M. Durham, B. Pardue, M. Goff 
B. Flinton, O. Mathes, Fourth Row: J. Chaplin, C. Cranfield. E. Mautos 
F. Hayes. G. Robin. B. Lake, B. Boerner. K. Turner. P. Burke. F. 
Plemmons, W. Schrist. B. Warford. 



BRUSH AND PALETTE 

1 




First Row: N. Starbuck. E. Woofe, C. Jarvis. C. Hembel. G. Henry. Second Row: Mrs. N. Welborn. D. Gallagher, F. Lawrence G. Pa 

M. L. Dillon, J. C. Hester. M. W. Maddrey. J. Lippels, B. Gentry. M.E. Hicks, E. Thompson, D. Rumley, W. Saylor, T. McKenzie. 



BIBLE CLUB 




First Row: F. Wallenfelsz. J. Peterson, S. Taylor, C. Elkins. S. Tesch. 
J. Taylor. Second Row: B.J. McGrady, J. Hobson. S.L. Sutton. M. 



Brookbank, K. Tur 
Adams. J. Smith. 



K. Lowder, M. Keith, S. Masten, V. Wall. A. 




9th GRADE Y-TEENS 




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K. Ki 
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•y. Second row: B. Gatewood. B. Brightwell, C. Carrickei 
J. Frazier, A. Vance, M. Payne. J. Truelove, P. Haye; 
C. Benbow. L. Teague. J. Blackwood, K. Voss, B. B> 
n, M.L. Dillon, B. Patrick, J Butler. Third row: A. Bair 
3. Davis, A. Helton, A. Sheets. C. Little, G. Todd, S. Ram 
it, A. Marshall, N. Creed. J. Hecht. E. McCanless. K. Ga 



Fourth row: M.G. Pannill, N.S. May. 
Cryner. H. Shore. J. Cam, C. Hembel. 
Hill, K. Jones. C. Baugh. H. Bostt M 
S.A. Chappie. D. Agee. Fifth row: N. J 
K. Angel. S. Ebert. W. Maddrey, K. 
J. Koelmel. J. Hanks, M. Evans. J. C 
Hobson, A. Polev. 



, J. Johnson, S. Robertson. F 
P. Thornton. E.L. Caldwell. ] 
Eller, L. Efird. J. McDowell 
nhnston, J. Clary, S. Abernethy 
Brown, S. Shaffner. M. Miller 
ews. G. Henrv. A. Travis. M 



EIGHTH GRADE Y-TEENS 




First row: P. Sutton. T. Island. L. Sharp. L. Reynolds, M. Mayne. P. 
Harpe. C. Mabe. P. Peterson, B. Heitm.jn, M.J. Allen. C. Finwall, 
C. Wagoner. K. Creech. N. Mason. M. Kirby. A. Nash. M.L. Thomas. 
A. Bell. R. Plemmons. Second row: A. Newell. J. Hartman. B. Meador. 
J. Holder. M. Marler, R. Hartle, M. Chew, A. Strador. B, Cooke. S. 
Brown. L. Ford. J. Lewis, M. Hutcherson. K. Ogburn. N. Goldberg. 
K. Wall, K. Blackwell. Third row: B. Simmons, W. Burchette M 
Owings. H. Lambert. P. Miller. S. Harris, M. Frye. L. Tesh, M. 
Morris, G. Her. M. Newell. N. Jones, N. Raun. E. Parker, K. Tucker. 



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First Row: R.B. Blake. A. Blackwood. J. Master.. N. Rankin. A. Allen 
W. McKeithen, J. Thrift. R. Rucker. E. Armfield, L. Davis, R. Gitter 
Second Row: L. Schwoeble. D. Holcomb, R. Chert. C. Liipfert. B 
Sanders. J. Frazier. K. Peterson. R. Asbury. F. Carter. F. Lane. B. Davis 
T. Isley. Third Row: J. Carter. C. Fussell. E U. Greene. S. Mauldin. J 



Day, D. Rice. E. Wall. B. Yokley, H. Wade. M. Nash, S. Hill. J. 
Wood. Fourth Row: W. Warfford, K. Crouch, P. Kittinger. C. Schaum. 
D. Matthews. H. Wilson, J. Alley. D. Morrill, J. Fordham. H. Harris, 
C. Mauzy, B. Taylor. G. Spaugh. 



RED CROSS 




First row: C. Davis. T. Webber, J. Allen, G. Alford, J. Webb. K. 
Blackwell. J. Schindle. N. Walker, B. Hylton. J. Bostic, B. Green. Second 
row: K. Coleman, L. Tesh, G. Steele, L. Gallagher, M. Nolan. P. 
Cryner. H. Warfford, T. Hartle. M.J. Pfaff, S. Jones, A. Loyd. C. 



Edwards, K. Sprinkle. B. Kline. Third row: H. Harris. A. Marshall. B. 
McMillan. M. Agee. S. Scarlette, G. Douglas. H. Elkins, C. Barkley. 
J. Wolfe, A. Bair. I. Goodwin, C. Little. B. Hampton. 






TEEN-AGE COUNCIL 




B^fl^i^PRil^lb'^ 




First Row: J. Legette. V. Grubbs, N. Turner, B. Harwood. L. S. Dickson 
C. Dickson. J. Goodwin. J. Blackwood, C. Little. Second Row: B. Taylor 
J. Irby. W. Hill. M. Wariord. K. Crabtree. R. McNair. J. Shore, S 



Walsh. D. Blanco. B. Warford, B. Lake. Third Row: B. Pfefferkorn. 
B. Bender, D. McNeil, R. Asbury. R. Rucker. J. Spach, L. McKeithen, 
R. Wilson. W. McKeithen, T. Jones, B. Davis. 



FRENCH CLUB 




first Row: C. Jones, J. Futrell. J. Snnyder, J. Peterson. K. Lowder. L. 


H. Richard 


White. K. Turner. B. Gerard. I. Allen. Second Row N Wilson V 


R. Buddine 


Wall. M. Byrd. S. Tise. N. Hurst, S. White, B. Shore. A. Johnson 


B. Rand, 


P. Kelly, E. Wolfe, L. Linton, Y. Hampton, J. Shore. Third Row: N. 


Goodwin, E 


Walker, P. Lyons, H. Booe. M. Davis. P. Holder. C. Bolick. E. McGee 


Hopkins, G 


J. Wagoner. G. Mcllroy, J. Miller. N. Adams. B. Phillips. S. Tesch 


D. Evans. 



on. Fourth Row: L. Schwartz, D. Matthews, M. Young, 
R. Ebert, C. Fussell, N. Horwitz, C. Li.pfert. B. Rudolph. 
. D. Alexander, H. Wade. Fifth Row: H. Heitman J 
, Brooks. J. Aldridge. S. Sosnik. E. Wall, F, Shaw G 
Tise, A. Hartman. H. Miller. L. O'Melia. Not pictured- 



The French Clubs at Reynolds are 
composed of students who take first 
and second year French. They meet 
during the regular class period twice 
a month. The sponsors of the group 
are Mrs. Fearrington and Mrs. White. 

The programs for the club meet- 
ings are varied and interesting. 
Guest speakers, games, French art, 
French food and customs, and cult- 
ural material have been some of 
the ones this year. 



The purpose of the club is to help 
the students have a better under- 
standing of the French people and 
their customs through knowledge 
of what the people are like. 

The officers for the second year 
club are Peggy Holder, president; 
Barbara Shore, vice-president; Bruce 
Brooks, secretary; and Henry Heit- 
man, treasurer. The first year pres- 
idents are Norris Horwitz and Ray- 
mond Ebert. 





167 




DEBATING CLUB 




Matthews. Second Row 



The Debating Club elected the following officers 
for 1954-1955: Hank Elkins, president; Emerson Wall 
vice-president; Linda Cash, secretary; and Brenda 
Combs, treasurer. Each Thursday morning the club 
met and heard orations, speeches, and debates given 
by various members. In addition many of the speech 
enthusiasts participated in the school's forensic con- 
tests. The club aided in the sponsorship of the Caro- 
line District Nationall Forensic League S^ent Con- 
gress, in which Emerson, Hank, Brenda, Simon Sos- 



nick, and Bill Morrow were senators and represen- 
tatives. The varsity debaters were chosen from a 
large field in January and these four represented 
Reynolds in interscholastic debats. The rest com- 
prised the junior varsity squad. Mrs. Garrison was 
the sponsor of the group and debating coach. She 
aided and supported us enthusiastically. During the 
year Emerson won the Reynolds World Peace Con- 
test and Hank was victorious in the "I Speak for 
Democracy" contest. 




rs. Emerson Wall. Simon Sosnik, Bill Mo 



.nd Hank lilkins. 




nd Simon Sosnik 



1«8 



PRINT SHOP 




Sometimes when you find yourself wandering a- 
round on the first floor arid suddenly there comes to 
your ears sounds terrifying enough to be coming from 
an "atom smasher" you know the print shop boys are 
at it again. They produce hundreds of Reynolds tags, 
report cards, football programs, tickets for various 
functions, and many other useful articles. Their big 
project the printing of the annuals for Reynolds, 
Gray, and Hanes High Schools, is a seemingly un- 
ending task; but despite all of this they produce 
them. They assemble the annuals, print them, and 
even do the binding. Nearly 2500 annuals are pro- 
duced in this manner every year. 

Helping and advising the boys in this work is 
Mr. Walter Montross. He replaced Mr. Dale Vaughn 
and has done a fine job while serving in the capacity 
of head of the printing department. He admitted trr#.t 



he was somewhat bewildered and overcome by the 
amount of work that R. J. R. print shop turns out 
in one year. He said, however, he soon accustomed 
himself to this and has on repeated occasions praised 
the boys for the zeal and ability in overcoming this 
handicap. 

The twenty-two boys taking printing this year do 
so for three periods a day; they spend the rest of the 
day taking subjects such as English and math. Boys 
wishing to graduate with full printing credits must 
take it for four years. This year there are nine first 
year students, five second year, eight third year, and 
two fourth year students participating in the print- 
ing program. These boys will receive valuable ex- 
perience while serving in the print shop and upon 
graduation will be able to work in one of the many 
printing companies throughout the surrounding area. 




First row: O. Pennell, 


I. Graham 


B. Pate. 


G. A. Parks, B. Ross 


W. 


Crate 


Smitherman. C. Russel 


. Second 


row: Mr. 


Montross, D. Parker. 


W. 


Will 


Goodwin, W. Scott. J 


Overby. 


. Webste 


. B. Allen. Third row 


D. 





H. Williams, K. G. Nading. D. Vaughn. W. Fansler, B. R. 
ison, I. Bumgardner. B. Martin, J. Gilmore. 




BOYS' CHORUS 




First Row: G. Davis, B. Brockwell, A. 
J. Hartman, R. Hartle, E. Ray, K. Wa 
Kirby, M. Masten. S. Rice, G. Saund 
Owings, M.L. Thomas, P. Harpe, M. 
M. Marler, L. Ford, J. Lewis, M. Mc 
Sutton, R. Thomas. S. Harris, N. Senkus, 
M.J. Allen. L. Sharpe. C. Fin 



N. 



S. Br 



K. Bl. 



:rs, C. Wagoner, A 
Kimel, A. Nash. Second ] 
rris. K. Ezzell, K. Creecr 
T. Wilson. E. Epps, N. M 
Schinel. V. Fitz S. 




Fletcher. E. Cooke, B. Watson. Third Row: G. Simmons, L. Reyn 



McGrady. B. 
Weld™, J. A. 
Dowell,. K. Currin, B. Snc 
Te;h, K. Tucker, E. Shove: 
K. Ogborn. M. Hutcherson. 
Stephenson, D. Coleman. K. 



B. Mead. 



v, I. A. Weldo 

Fourth Row: 

V. Shermer. , 

Norman, L. Vi 



P. Tegette, S. Glenn, J 
D. Fort, W. Burchette, 



Pearce. G. Ste 

S. Roberts. 



d, J. A. Holder. A. Mc- 
E. Parker, M. Frye, L. 
S. Simmons. B. Gowens, 
Sarratt. M. Mayne, P. 
I. P. Ward. C. Turner. 
Bradshaw, ). Fearrington. 



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A Cappella Choir 



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First Row: H. Bost. M.A. Shook, C. E 
J. Clary, P. Myers, B. Gatewood. Seconc 
H. Bost, M.L. Conrad, S. Robertson, 
Abernathy, D. Thomas. Third Row: J. 



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C. Ell 



A. Shell 



mbow, B. Pulliar 
Row: J. MacDom 
F. Wallenfelsz, 
Hanks, N. Bow, 



K. Gardner. 
1, J. Hobson, 
. Heinz, S. 



B. Brightwell. Piano-M.L. Cuningha 
A. Barkley, J. Brown. M. Pullian 
J. Orrell. S. Luckenbach, M. Tea 
M.L. Davenport, E. Patterson. 



Fourth Row: J. Carr. B. Edwards, 
B. Cloaninger. J. Cass. J. Green. 
:y, P. Lyons. P. Bell, K. Watts, 



Girls Chorus 





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First row: M.A. Shook, B. Pulliam, B. Whisnant, B. Cloaninaer, F. 

Cuningham, J. Green, M. Pulliam, P. Bell, J. Futrell, M. Teachy P- 

Lyons, E. Patterson, J. Orrell. Second row: J. Brown, J. Cass, K. 

Watts. E. McGee, B. Edwards, M. Brookbank, P. Walters, B. 

Underwood. C. Bolick, S. Luckenbach, B. Harp, M. Davenport K. 



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Voss, P. Hardy. Third row: C. Watson, R. Wise. W. Carter, I 
L. Benton, M. Fishel. N. Strupe, F. Rumple, P. Brakley. R. Keiger, E. 
Pleasants, W. Ray. B. Mace. Fourth row: M. Charles, D. Holcomb. 
J. Smith, B. Voorhees, N. Rankin. D. Sennett. G. Holmes M Pettit 
H. Miller, D. Maynard. 



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INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC CLUB 









First Row: J. Weldon. O. Coe, K. Wall, J. Hanks, B. Gowens. F. 
Hanks. B. Howell, V. Horn, K. Carrin, J.S. Weldon. Second Row: E. 
McKnight, T. Jacobs, D. Pickard, J. McMichial, R. Swanson, R. Hanut- 
ton. D. Hodges, B. Edwards, D. Stimpson, E. Starling, B. Clingman, H. 
Dav. B. Marshall, K. Orlean. Third Row: R. Huffman, C. Grubbs. A. 



Conway, T. Watts, J. Sharrill, J. Miller, D. Hedrick 


D. Staley. C. Hill 


F. Talloch, B. McMillan, B. Miller, R. Combes, P. 


Ebert. Fourth Row 


E. Kimel, L. Budd, P. Peterson. B. Heitman, D. 


Fort. V. Sherman 


J. Carroll, M. Sovine, B. Wagoner, D. Gallagher, C. 


Mabe. T. Shaffner 



REBOPS 




Piano, R. Ebert; vocalist, J. Orrell, Fi: 
Katzen, E. O'Keefe. D. Klmmel. H. Po 



PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 




First Row: Mr. Schuyler. E. McKnight, K. Orlean, E. Humphrey M 
Robin, M. Chew. C. Mabe. P. Peterson. C. Buchanon. Second Row- G 
Long, B. Heitman, M. Newell, M. Day, B. Hooper. S. Ledwith, N. 



Raum P Ebert. A. Scales. Third Row: L. Chitty, D. Upton. T. Morgan 

I: ruS"b iS hn ' l Cook - L - Rettin9er ' R - Kirkman ' L - Budd: 




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First Row: M. Higgins, J. Kelsey, S. Turner. S. Todd, B. Cooke, P. Crews. Second Row- Mrs. Kissar 

BOYS COLLEGE CLUB 




(First Row: (Officers) D.L, Drummond, secretary-treasurer; S. Simmons, 
vice-president: C. Paschal, president. Second Row: G. Morris, A. Hart- 
man, T. Wainer, B.Y. Wommack, D. Payne, D. Quate Third Row 
T. Brightwell, B. Killian, S. Faulkner, J. Daniels, D. Coggins, W. Ray! 



P. Spencer, G. Agee, S. Harper. Fourth Row: D. Faust A Hutchi 
. Andrew T. Douglas, A. Hattaway, J. Harrill, C. Barkley, W. Brown. 
1. Bumgardner. 




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FOOTBALL 



Short in man-power but long in 
determination and will to win were 
the Black Demons of 1954. With a 
line averaging under one hundred- 
sixty pounds per man the boys from 
Demon Hill came up with a city 
championship and a tie for second 
place in the A. A. A. Western Con- 
ference. 

The State shampionship fever 
seemed to be spreading over the city 
as the team gained momentum with 
Asheville, and Salisbury. 

The trip to Greensboro seemed to 
be the deciding game in the con- 
ference. Thousands of Demon fans 
traveled to see the game. However, 
the Whirlies' weight and experience 
Droved to be the difference as the 
Demons went down in defeat. A- 
n-ther trio, another loss, this time 
at the hands of Gastonia. Back home 
and back to their winning ways, the 
Demons beat Mineral Spring's, fol- 
lowed by a loss at Charlotte Central 
and a finish with a strong victory 
over Hi?h Point. 





Coach John Tandy 




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BASKETBALL 





The Black Demon basketball team, 
having a year of rebuilding, had a 
rough season. The Demons opened 
the season by troncing Hanes, but 
inexperience took its toll as the sea- 
son rolled on. 

Despite many defeats the games 
were close and exciting down to the 
last minute. The team was dominat- 
ed almost completely by Juniors 
and next year should be an altogeth- 
er different story. Players Richmond 
Rucker, Jerry Alley, Speedy Satter- 
field, and Freddie Lane should pro- 
vide a strong nucleus to the team 
next year. 



Jim Spach scores with a hook shot 




Spach and Bob Reed 
vork the ball in against Gr 



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Girls' Basketball 




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st row: S. Pullen, L. Gallagher. J. Staley, W. Sechrist, P. Burke, 
. Ellis, C. Plemmons. G. Wessells, M. Nolan, B. Fisher, Miss Dnlcins. 




H. Nicholson, M. L. Coleman. P. Williams, J. Bro 
Shore, D. Barber, F, Harris, N. Turner, Mrs. Craft. 



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1st row: MX. Coleman, M. Nolan, Co-Captains 2nd row: L. Gallagher, 
S. Pullen, P. Williams. H. Nicholson, J. Irby, J. Brown, P. Burke. 
A. Lee, G. Wessells, B. Harwood. N. Turner. 3rd row: Mrs. Craft. 
L. Crook. N. West. J. Clark. B. Hampton, B. Warford, P. Sechrist, 
F. Plemmons, S. Shaefner, P. Hitchcock. C. Plemmons, W. Sechrist 
Miss Dinkins. 4th row: M. Jones, K. Paul, N. Killian, A. Forester, 



L. Teaque. J. Goodwin, J. Ellis, J. Ghirardini, J. Heniz, S. Rennalls, 

C. Crist, A. Marshall. 5th row: B. Boerner, A. Woodward, K. Voss, 

D. Blanco. M. Masten, M. Goodrich. 6th row: G. Robin. A. Shelton, 
C. Andrews, A. Goodson, A. Campbell. F. Harris. B. Fisher. J. Staley, 
H. Voss. 



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BASEBALL 




J. Tapp. H. Johnson.. Second Row: R. Duggins. B. Rudolph. R. Kimble. 
D. McNeill. G. Satterfield, R. Rucker, D. Dalton. C. Harper, R. B. 



Lane, Coach Br 



TRACK 




First Row: R. Ruland. E. Armfield. D. Coggin. B. McLavine, G. Agee. B. ]. D. Alc.< 

Pfefferkorn, J. Hondros, B. Rollins. L. Bryant, S. Ruland, D. Smith. Wood. J. 

W. Warfford. Second Row: P. Kittinger, R. Matthews, C. Miller, Carter, R. 

J. Yarbrough. R. Keiger, E. Pierce. N. Todd. B. Weatherman. J. Good- Morris, H. 

man, S. Hill. K. Gardner, N. Turner, B. Evans, B. Reed. Third Row: Davis. T. 

180 



, S. Mauldin. A. Kurt:. B. McLcod. L. McKeithan. J. 
n. R. Bonin, L. Davis. D. Bell. R. Davis, B. Windsor, 
ird. Fourth Row: J. Fordham, R. Ratrliff, J. Bryant. G. 
sou, F. Carter, H, Davis, L. Davis. W. McKeithan, B. 
R. Asbury. H. Harris. P. Parks. 



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First Row: M. Goodrich. B. Moorefield. E. Fenwick. G. Clary S 
Douglaj. J. Ellis. N. Walker. Second Row: M. J. Pfaff. B. Wa-ford \ 
Thomas. A. Forester. P. Hitchcock, S. Sheets, K. Paul. Third Row: Mrs. 



Craft, J. Church, H. 
Wessells, N. Johnston 



A. Marshall. J. A. Carter. K 



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GOLF 




First Row: D. Kimble, A. Allen, L. livan 
Staley. Second Row: E. O'Keefe. B. Mor 



R. Nash, D 
Dennis, B. Dixon 



B. Sams. L. Chappie. Absent, D. Ri. 



GIRLS SOFTBALL 




First Row: P. Burke. D. Smith. M. Hobson, J. Clark, M.L. Daven 
C. Crist, M. Reid. B. Davis, H. Bost. J. Hobson. Miss Dinkins. Se 
Row: P. Lyons, B. Flintom. T. Hartle, J. Agee, A. Bait. M. Ellei 



Moore, P. Hitchcock, B. Agee, J. Hanks. Third Row: M.G. Panill, 
C. Andrew. L. Smither, F. Harris, D. Barber, A. Lee. B. Boerner, N. 
Apperson. P. O'Neil, B. Fisher, J. Staley. 



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1. Now, Senior. 

2. Then, Seventh Graders. 
3. Onion 

4. Big Jim, a three letter man. 

5. The one with the biggest grin is 
Sue. 



6. Just some of the gang. 
7. And M.G.M. wanted. 

8. The only thing that's been added 
are horn-rims. 
9. Little Frank was a saint then. 

10. Miss Walton's third gfrade, a 
motley crew. 



SPRING PROM 




Julie Shore; Escort, Joe Goodman 



Weezie Hill, Sonny Lacy, Renna McNair, 
Bob Bender, Joanna Carter, Dick McNeill. 




SENIOR OPTOMIST CLUB 
Club members industriously working on projects on the left 
and club officers at right. 






1955 




CaroL Ca%£s% 



Judged by . . . 

Interfraternity Council 
Wake Forest College 



In Memoriam 

Selma Jean Chappell 



May 3, 1933 




April 4, 1955 



Always willing and dependable, Selma will be lovingly 
remembered by her teachers and fellow classmates for her 
worthwhile service at Gray High School. Her high ideals, quiet 
manner, and enthusiastic spirit are an inspiration to others. 







Beautiful in every respect 
FORD 



HULL-DOBBSCO. 
633 N. Liberty 
Phone 4-7441 



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STANLEY'S, INC. 

Congratulates the Senior Class 
| Of 1955 

i Featuring 

| A. SANDLER LOAFERS 

i "Styles for Teenagers'* 




COMPLIMENTS FROM 



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WINSTON-SALEM. N. C 



Congratulations, Class of '55 



AUTO SALES and REPAIR CO. 

638 West Fourth Street 
Phone 2-0371 



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TAXICABS 



Dial 7121 



BAGGAGE TRANSFER 

j Blue Bird Cab Co., Inc. 



Best Wishes 
to 

The Class of 1955 

WALL MFG. CO. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 



GRAY PROPHECY 

OF THE CLASS OF '55 

Having borrowed Dr. Wonmug's 
time machine, we are able to look 
into the future and see what lies 
ahead for the Gray High Class of 
'55. Dr. Wonmug has the dial set for 
1980. His assistant, Oscar Boom, has 
the destination pointer set for Win- 
ston-Salem. Having checked all dials 
and calculations, Doc throws the 
switch, and Alley Oop and I dis- 
integrate into the future! 

Arriving in the fifth dimension, 
we land on the only green spot in 
Winston-Salem, the Gray High Cir- 
cle, which is kept in top shape by 
the chief groundskeeper, Robert Ben- 
ton. His crew of paper reclaimers, 
Bobby Weatherman, John Denham, 
Joe Choplin, and Gid Woodard are 
busy around the office of Jon Ted 
Tally, Principal of Gray High 
School. Gray now consists of ten a- 
tomic-powerd, suspended, space 
buildings, designed by that noted 
architect, Harold Lanning, and built 
by the Parrish Boys Construction 
Company, owned and operated by 
Doug and George. 

While standing on the circle gaz- 
ing at this majestic sight of sus- 
pended glass and glue, Alley and I 
are sucked into a spin by what 
seemed to be the younger sister 
of Hurricane Hazel. As we come out 
of the spin, we find that it's not a 
hurricane but only Charles Essie 
trying out a new Rocket 999 on his 
old proving grounds. He is the head 
rod knocker for the Patsy Tyrrell 
Rocket 999 Cool Rod Company. 

Having asked Charlie to take us 
over to the plant, we see several 
other old "Gray Grads." In the gear 
department we find the chief gear 
jerker, Doris Shamel, helping San- 
dra Rose scrape gears. The Rocket 
999 is the only car that has pre- 
scraped gears for women drivers. 
It also comes with an automatic 
scratcher for drivers who are econo- 
mical but love to hear the sound of 
scratching tires. In the scratching 
department the big wheel is Ray- 
mond Hege and some of the little 
ones are David Calloway, Deryll 
Clark, and John Ferguson. 

While touring the executive office 
we run into the "Liberace'' of the 
automatic typewriter, Dean Howard. 
Busily lighting his candelabras are 
Peggy Atkinson and Peggy Martin. 

As we are about to leave the Tyr- 
rell factory, a Board of Directors 
meeting breaks up, and emerging 
from the Directors' room are Patsy, 
Dora Everhart, Paul Shoaf, Allen 



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Mills, and playboy Willis Carter, 
who invite us out to one of Salem's 
better night clubs, the King Utt, lo- 
cated on the beautiful banks of Sa- 
lem Creek. 

Having made plans to meet Willis, 
we got into a Brown Cab, owned 
by Gene, Joyce, and Rita. It is 
parked in a zone for the Blue Buz- 
zard Cab Company, operated by 
Johnny Lasley, mayor of Winston- 
Salem. The cabbie, Elizabeth Lock- 
lare, tells us that the Board of Al- 
dermen are meeting tonight with 
the Mayor; while Alderman Leslie 
Brendle, Robert Walker, Shelby 
Smith, and the Joneses, Bill and 
Bobby, will side with the Browns. 
As we round the Parkview Cir- 
cle, we catch a glimpse of our des- 
tination-the beautiful Hotel Staley, 
formerly Staley's Grill. This lux- 
urious resort hotel is owned by Jo 
Ann and her partners, Joan Lee, 
and Peggy Teague, who have a chain 
of Staley Hotels all over Winston-cja- 
lem. The one on Stratford Road is 
operated by David Walker and Max 
Yontz, while the one on Reynolda 
Road is operated by Bill Lancaster 
and Ernest Peacock. 

As the cab stops in front of the 
hotel, the door is opened by Leon- 
ard Rubin, chief door slammer, who 
summons a couple of his "Southern 
belle" hops, Ann Aaron and Ann 
Charles, to carry our bags in. At the 
desk we are greeted by the manager 
Jimmy Bean, who sends us to a 
suite overlooking the enormous hun- 
dred-lane All Girl Bowling Alley, 
operated by Doris Lemons and Shir- 
ley Day. Setting up pins are pin-up 
girls, Julia Gorsuch, Wanda Hester, 
Rita Reich, Janelle Shuford, and 
Merlyn Wishon. 

Before dressing for dinner, we 
decide to take one of Staley Hotels' 
famous "dry showers," based on 
Wesley Willard's Law of Dehydrated 
Water, though some think this in- 
vention is "all wet." 

For dinner we dine at the Cafe a 
la Bledsoe, owned by Phillip. The 
head waiter, Howard Morgan, lights 
a torch and leads us to our table, 
where we order spiced chicken, 
chef Tony Alexander's speciality. 

While gazing around the room, 
I notice the famous detective "South 
Boston Blackie,' Harvey Stanfield, 
looking for his undercover man Ted 
Sattenfield, who is working under 
the tables. 

The State Deer's Club is having its 
annual convention in Winston-Salem. 
Among the members present are 
Jane Roberts, Claudia Williard, Jo 
Ann Rule, Sandra Howard, Sylvia 
Ernst, Tommye Jean Holcomb, and 
Jo Ann Branch. By a strange co- 



1889 1955 

WINSTON-SALEM BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION 

115 West Third Street 
A GOOD PLACE TO BORROW, A GOOD TLACE TO SAVE! 




R. C. Vaughn, President 

George W. Crone, Vice-President & Treasurer 

Duke C. Willard, Secretary 

M. E. Huff, Ass't Secretary 

Dan A. Smith Jr., Cashier 

1889 1955 



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VOGLER SERVICE 

'Dependable Service Since 1858' 

AMBULANCE 
FUNERAL DIRECTORS 

Phone 6101 



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KESTER MACHINERY COMPANY 

Mill and Factory Supplies 
Metal and Woodworking Machinery 

300 East Third St. 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 




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PHOTOGRAPHERS 



Quality Portraits of Distinction 



Telephone 3-7876 



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Walker's — Florist 

"Flowers 
for all occasions" 

Corsages a Specialty 



115 NorthPoplar Street 
Phone 3-3621 

Young Men's Clothing 
and Sportswear 

"IT'S SMART 

IF IT 

COMES FROM 

ROBERT'S" 

ROBERT'S MEN'S SHOP 



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SIMMON'S 
Shoe Store, Inc. 



418 N. Trade Street 
Dial 4-5523 



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Watches 

Watchrepairing, 

Watch Attachments 

315-A Reynolds Building 

Telephone 3-7478 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 



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incidence the Moose's Club meeting 
is being held at the next table. Pres- 
ident Jerry Fulp is demonstrating 
his cow call to fellow members, Gary 
Carter, Paul Baynes, Alton Holcomb, 
Charles Spann, Bobby Knouse, Ray 
Wright, Gary Newsome, and Ray 
Goforth. 

Dinner music is being presented by 
that talented artist-composer Dee 
Ann Dorset". As some say that she 
will set the world on fire, Fire 
Chief Jimmy Rose is around, just in 
case. She is playing a Holland Or- 
gan built by Dale. The music in- 
stead of going through pipes goes 
through cigarettes, and Dee Ann 
really has them smoking! 

After having an enjoyable din- 
ner, we are presented with the check 
by the waiter, Billy Troutman. As I 
am about to pay the cashier, I dis- 
cover that I have lost my billfold. 
But banker Jack Yoder informs me 
that the world had run out of gold 
years ago, and the Gatewood Law, 
written by Senator Horace Gate- 
wood, was passed stating that the 
world is now on the hair standard, 
human hair being a dollar an inch. 
Alley and I realize that we are 
millionaires along with Gwen Bar- 
rington, Mickey Draughn, Ora Lee 
Reynolds, and Mary Tamer. Cash- 
ier Shirley Hoover, with her hair rule 
and scissors, "clips" me for ten 
dollars. As she grasps it, I tell her to 
smooth my hair and keep the change. 

As we are leaving we see Doctor 
Don Stovall waiting for his chauf- 
fer Ray Caudill to take him back 
to the Nancy Faust Memorial Hos- 
pital. Since the King Utt Club is 
clcse to the hospital, we hitch a ride 
with Don. 

Stepping out of Don's car, we find 
ourselves on a conveyer, which ush- 
ers us from the street into the lob- 
by of the King Utt Club. This in- 
vention by Joan Milton and Martha 
Wilson really attracts the average 
passers-by__in fact it brings them 
in! Welcoming us are the propriet- 
ors, Virginia King and Betty Sue 
Utt, who introduce us to the mem- 
bers of the string quartet-Harold 
Cole, Donald Harris, Don Dillon, 
and Charles Hemrick. 

Virginia informs us that Willis 
has already arrived and is wait- 
ing for us at the table, I see that 
Willis hasn't been wasting much 
time. He is surrounded by beautiful 
Wanda Fishel, Jo Ann Lawrence, 
women! I recognize Kay Beeker, 
Sue Little, and Shirley McCall. Pit- 
ting down, I ask Shirley, the editor 
of the "Daily Gossip," owned by Jo 
Ann Swaim, what some of my old 
friends are doing. She tells me that 



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-BALFOUR- 

"Known wherever there are Schools and Colleges" 

Distinctive Class Rings 

Created by the Skilled 

Hands of Balfour 

Craftsmen 

Commencement Announcements - Diplomas 

Personal Cards 
Club Insignia Medals and Trophies 

REPRESENTED BY- 

W. Albert Bealle 
219 Magnolia 
Statesville, N. C. 




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FURNITURE 
MAKERS 



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Dining and Bedroom Furniture 



WALL 



Dial 61 17 

Funeral Directors-Ambulance Service 

71 2 W. 4th St 



^fiaiiL you, Ocfirors 

For the privilege of serving you in the capacity of 

Engravers. 

Your future patronage is earnestly solicited 



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229 N. Liberty just off the Square Phone 2-1303 



Charles Styron and his assistants, Jo 
Ann Terrell, Wayne Cody, and Dona 
Alspaugh, are on a scientific ex- 
pedition counting the number of 
steps it takes to cross the United 
States. Mary Rose Yontz and Betty 
Widener, two famous track stars are 
doing the walking for Charles 
hoping to break the old record set 
by Mary Biles, who walked it in 
thirty days. 

Shirley also informs me that pro- 
football players, Bill Ellington, Ron- 
nie Caudill, and Larry Lakey are in 
the Canadian League. These boys 
have their own personal water boy, 
Walter Cole, who has kept his nose 
to the bucket all these years. 

Joe Hemrick has just started on 
a rocket trip to the moon. His crew 
consists of Betty Crawford, Shelby 
Bates, Peggy Carter, Rosa Lee Done- 
vant, Jacquelyn Cannon, and Almeta 
Lunsford. 

Speaking of rockets, Montine 
Young and her "Rockettes" are be- 
ginning their fifth year at the King 
Utt. These Rockettes, consisting of 
Phyllis Spry, Carolyn Holt, Rose 
Fish, Mary Ann Reece, Janet Sat- 
tenfield, Janie Sloop, and Sylvia 
Nance are dancing to the superson- 
ic music of Paulette Harrison's 
Sound Waves. The orchestra is now 
playing the Number One tune in the 
nation. The lyrics for this song were 
written by Joan Harley: and the 
music, by Janet Hilton. 

While listening to this lovely 
music, we are interrupted by Shelba 
Elliot, who has just received a mes- 
sage from Dr. Wonmug on her Cen- 
tury-matic Brain Machine. As Doc 
wants Alley back to make the dead- 
line for the evening edition, we take 
one last look at the whistling eight- 
ies and decide that 1955 isn't so fast 
after all! 

Dan Johnson, Prophet 



GRAY HISTORY 

OF THE CLASS OF '55 

Excitement, curiosity, and pride 
reigned that day in September of 
1951 when the two hundred eighty 
graduates of the eighth grade fully 
became a part of the high school 
organization. Becoming known for 
their work in their homerooms were 
board members Gwen Barrington, 
Ann Charles, Peggy Teague, and 
Bill Ellington. 

Helping to run the school depart- 
ments were superintendents Don 
Stovall, Horace Gatewood, Joan 
Milton, and Jo Ann Lawrence. Mon- 



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tine Young held the office of assis- 
tant secretary of the student organi- 
zation. 

A certificate of merit was award- 
ed to Joe Hemrick for his project in 
the first North Carolina Project 
Fair. Making themselves known in 
spor^ were Bill Ellington, Harold 
Cole, Jim Bean, Ronnie Rierson, Jim 
Rose, and Dean Howard. Johnny 
Lasley was the only freshman tap- 
ped into the Hi-Y Club. 

Coming through that first year 
with flying colors, the class became 
even more active during the sopho- 
more year. Helping to keep their 
homerooms informed on board hap- 
penings were Patsy Tyrrell, Doris 
Lemons, Gwen Barrington, Eliza- 
beth Guinn, Joan Milton, Janelle 
Shuford, and Harold Cole. Doing 
their share of the work of the board 
were Montine Young, recording se- 
cretary; and Bill Ellington, assistant 
secretary. 

Members of the G.A.A. included 
Shirley Day, Ora Lee Reynolds, 
Janelle Shuford, Doris Shamel, 
Carolyn Holt, Dee Ann Dorsett, 
Sandra Rose, Doris Lemons, Mary 
Rose Yontz, Paulette Harrison, 
Wanda Fishel, and Martha Wilson. 
Carrying the load of the junior var- 
sity football team were Bill Elling- 
ton, Don Stovall, Bobby Jones, 
Jimmy Rose, Harold Cole, Gary 
Newsome, Larry Lakey, Alton Hol- 
comb, Ronnie Rierson, and Leslie 
Brendle. 

Some of the honors which various 
members won were the following: 
majorette, Ora Lee Reynolds; win- 
ner of the World Peace Contest, 
Gwen Barrington; first place in the 
safety slogan contest, Rose Fish; 
"On the Beam," Elizabeth Guinn, 
and winner in the Americanism and 
Alcoholism Contests, Sandra Rose. 

Inducted into the Masque and 
Gavel were Jimmy Rose and Joyce 
Brown; into the Key Club were Bill 
Ellington, Harold Cole, Charles Sty- 
ron, Harold Lanning, and Don Sto- 
vall; and into the Hi-Y were Jimmy 
Rose, Harold Cole, John Denham, 
Bill Ellington, and Don Stovall. 

As juniors, the members of The 
class accepted larger and more im- 
portant responsibilities. Jimmy Rose 
was elected president of the junior 
class. Serving with him were Jimmy 
Lasley, vice-president; Peggy Atkin- 
son, secretary; and Richard Rey- 
nolds, treasurer. 

Because of their outstanding 
character, leadership, scholarship 
and service Shirley McCall, Martha 
Wilson, Wanda Fishel, Sandra Rose, 
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Ann Swaim, Joan Milton, Jimmy 
Rose, John Denham, and Charles 
Styron were inducted into the 
National Honor Society. 

Chosen to lead the seniors of 
1954 down the aisle on that all-im- 
portant occasion of graduation were 
Peggy Atkinson, chief, Shirley Mc- 
Call, Montine Young, Carolyn Holt, 
Dee Ann Dorsett, and Elizabeth 
Guinn. Holding offices in the stu- 
dent organization were Sandra Rose, 
corresponding secretary, and Bill 
Ellington, vice-president. 

Charter members of the newly- 
organized Monogram Club were Ron. 
nie Rierson, Deryll Clark, Johnny 
Lasley, Harold Cole, Gary Carter, 
David Calloway, Don Stovall, and 
Larry Lakey. Robert Benton, Bill 
Jones, Doug Parrish, and Gary Car- 
ter were inducted into the Hi-Y, 
while David Calloway, Robert Ben- 
ton, Johnny Lasley, and Jimmy 
Rose were taken into the Key Club. 

Winning honors for their words 
in rhythm were David Calloway, 
Martha Wilson, Sandra Rose, John 
Denham, and Julia Gorsuch, whose 
poems were published in the city 
and national anthologies. 

Carolyn Holt and Mary Rose Yontz 
were officers of the G.A.A.. Lead- 
ing the support for the athletic 
teams were Montine Young, chief, 
Carolyn Holt; Dee Ann Dorsetlt; 
Shirley McCall; Janie Sloop; and 
Virginia King. 

Numbered among the members 
of the Masque and Gavel were 
Elizabeth Guinn, Robert Benton, 
Harold Cole, and Sandra Rose. Quill 
and Scroll members were Mary 
Tamer, Patsy Tyrrell, Martha Wil- 
son, Wanda Fishel, Dora Everhart, 
Sandra Rose, and Shirley McCall. 

Elizabeth Guinn and Shirley Mc- 
Call were our representatives on 
the debating team; Elizabeth Guinn 
was selected as the D. A. R. Good 
Citizen Representative; and Joan 
Milton along with Charles Styron 
received the "On the Beam'' honor. 

Coming into the home stretch, we 
finally received the chance to assume 
the duties and responsibilities of 
seniors. The officers elected to lead 
our class were Harold Cole, presi- 
dent; John Denham, vice-president; 
Montine Young, secretary; and Bill 
Ellington, treasurer. 

Blue and White were chosen to 
be our class colors; carnations, our 
flower; and "Whatsoever a man 
soweth that shall he also reap," our 
motto. For her help and guidance 
during our high school days, Mrs. 
Grace James was chosen for our 
Blue and Gold dedication. Playing 
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Joanna Carter and Weezie Hill, Reynolds, class of 1955 
wearing party dresses from the Rendezvous Room. 



ies were Mrs. Carrie Mae Allgood, 
Mrs. Mary Miller Hutchison, and 
Miss Ruth Meinung, our class spon- 
sors. 

The important job of selecting 
superlatives resulted with: Most 
Likely to Succeeed, Elizabeth Guinn 
and Jim Rose; Most Intellectual, 
Martha Wilson and Charles Sty r on; 
Wittiest, Phyllis Spry and Harvey 
Stanfield; Best All Around, Nan- 
cy Faust and Johnny Lasley; Most 
Popular, Montine Young and Bill 
Ellington; Best Looking, Kay Beek- 
er and David Walker; Friendliest, 
Nancy Faust and Johnny Lasley; 
Most Athletic, Mary Rose Yontz 
and Bill Ellington. 

Susan Shepherd, sponsored by 
Martha Wilson, and Lance Robert 
Young, sponsored by Montine Young 
were selected as class mascots. Dee 
Ann Dorsett was chosen to represent 
our school in the Piedmont Bowl 
Queen Contest. 

Elected to lead our school organ- 
ization were Jim Rose, president; 
Gwen Barrington, recording secre- 
tary; Sandra Rose, corresponding 
secretary; and Johnny Lasley, trea- 
surer. 

Shirley McCall was selected by 
the journalism class to be editor- 
in-chief of the Gray Light, and Pat- 
sy Tyrrell was chosen editor-in- 
chief of the Blue and Gold. Help- 
ing them were Wanda Fishel, man- 
aging editor; Martha Wilson, busi- 
ness manager; Sandra Rose, assoc- 
iate editor; Dora Everhart and Peg- 
gy Atkinson, senior editors. 

Selected for membership in the 
Hi-Y were Ray -Wright, George Par- 
rish, Bobby Weatherman, Harold 
Lanning, Charles Styron, and Dav- 
id Calloway. Leaders in the G.A.A. 
were Mary Rose Yontz, Doris Sha- 
mel, Shirley Day, and Peggy At- 
kinson. 

Ronnie Rierson and Bobby Jones 
were "Players of the Week" dur- 
ing football season. Ronnie was al- 
so the high scorer of the city and 
winner of the Most Valuable Player 
Award presented to the most out- 
standing player in the city. Gary 
Cfrter, Ronnie Rierson, and Bobby 
Jones were selected for the All-City 
Football Team. 

Among the many superintend- 
ents selected from our class were 
Don Stovall, Gid Woodard, and Car- 
olyn Holt. Mary Tamer was select- 
ed by the journalism class for be- 
ing "On the Beam." 

Our Class Day Officers are Dan 
Johnson, prophet; John Denham, 
testator; and Charles Styron, his- 
torian. 

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GRAY LAST WILL 

AND TESTAMENT 

OF THE CLASS OF '55 

We, the seniors of 1955, realizing 
the inevitable death of our class is 
drawing nigh, wish to surrender a 
few cherished belongings in order 
that fragments of our illustrious 
past might be preserved. We do 
therefore will to the fortunate re- 
cipients a few priceless intangibles 
which rendered our class unique in 
its personality. 

ARTICLE 
Section I 
To Mr. Woodward, our beloved 
principal, whose unselfish interest 
in our class inspired so many of us 
to keep up the fight when the go- 
ing got rough, we leave the mark 
of excellency and also our worn 
and tattered record book with the 
hope that he can find therein at 
least a few of his expectations ful- 
filled. 

Section II 
For their untiring and invalua- 
ble guidance, which now enables 
each of us to face with confidence 
the world to come, we offer our 
teachers all the gratitude we pos- 
sess and implore them to forget 
our former delinquences. 
Section III 
We leave our experience to the 
deserving Junior Class that they 
may make better use of their op- 
portunities than we. 

ARTICLE II 
Section I 
Charles Styron for the sake of 
humanity wills his brain to Einstein 
to solve the final steps in that high- 
est of all concepts, S. A. S. equals 
S. A. S. 

Section II 
Joyce Brown and Dee Ann Dor- 
sett present their Oscar Awards 
for theatrical skill to Doris Speas. 
Section III 
Robert Benton leaves his rich, 
deep voice to next year's Demos- 
thenes. 

Section IV 
Lelsie Brendle wills fifty pounds 
to Tim Murray, who needs a little 
more external fortitude to play 
football. 




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Section V 
Willis Carter would like to will 
something, but he needs every 
pound he has. 

Section VI 

Wesley Willard leaves to Buddy 

Dorsett his ability to formulate 

brilliant theories on the workings 

of a teacher's mind. 

Section VII 
Martha Wilson does hereby be- 
queath her masterful command of 
the English language to Shake- 
speare. 

Section VIII 
Bill Jones ruefully surrenders his 
formula for peacefully engaging in 
slumber during class to Tommy 
Essie. 

Section IX 
Shirley Hoover wills her grave 
and reserved demeanor in class to 
Hazel Merriman. 

Section X 
Shirley Day and Mary Rose Yontz 
bestow unto next year's speedball 
team part of the vitality and spark 
they had while playing. 
Section XI 
Leonard Rubin and Ray Wright, 
who now become full fledged Re- 
bels, leave their brogues to the 
Yankees. 

Section XII 
Lib Guinn commits her serenity 
and sincerity to Patsy Burchette. 
Section XIII 
Horace Gatewood offers Clyde 
Bovender his elegant shock of hair. 
Section XIV 
Shirley McCall leaves her quick 
wit and graceful charm to Belva 
Rumley. 

Section XV 
Patsy Tyrrell leaves her swanky 
limousine to Miss Kathleen Hall for 
the use of the school. 

Section XVI 
Montine Young leaves her place 
at the end of all lists to someone 
named Zzzyxania. 

ARTICLE III 
Section I 
This document we proclaim to be 
our Last Will and Testament. Since 
we shall be gone, we entrust the en- 
forcement of this covenant to Mrs. 
Grace James. 

In witness thereof, we affix our 
seal this fourth day of June, in the 
year of our Lord, nineteen hundred 
and fifty five. 

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OF THE CLASS OF '55 

"Well, Jerry, here we are in the 
Atomic Age with all its rocket 
ships, push-button gadgets, and su- 
personic egg-beaters. We have come 
a long way since that day in June 
when we were graduated from dear 
ole Hanes Hi. Didn't we have fun as 
editors of our high school publi- 
cations? And, now, Jerry, it's grand 
to learn that you are editor-in-chief 
of Life Magazine." 

"Thanks, but Barbara you seem 
to be rather successful yourself as 
the editor of the New York Times. 
I'm glad we thought of the idea of 
saving our class reunion at this 
.iuiet out-of-the-way park, on the 
outskirts of the planet Earth." 

"Yes, that's right. Mars is a very 
nice place for a class picnic, and 
since it is Interplantary Space Week, 
we couldn't have chosen a better 
time to have it. It has been such a 
long time since graduation. Juot 
think 1955, and here it is 1975." 

"It seems like a century, doesn't 
it? I'm glad we thought of having 
our classmates wear their original 
class day clothes of 1955. I hope we 
don't look too funny. We certainly 
had a hard time, as sponsors ox this 
reunion, getting everyone notified.'' 

"I should say so: I called Clinard's 
Hot Rod Rocket Ship Garage, owned 
and operated by Larry Clinard, 
about six times. Answering the 
latest and most modern invention 
since the telephone, the telotalk, in- 
vented by William Southern, was 
Lummie Stillie, an expert on rock- 
ets." 

"Let's take a walk around the 
park and see who's here. Look over 
there, seated on the sof-o-comfort is 
Frances "Pixie" Sides, designer of 
those adorable Pixie Space Hats. 
And isn't that Sue Hightshoe and 
Nancy Carroll, well-known origin- 
ators of that famous perfume Sue- 
Nan? Let's walk on and see who 
else has arrived. Say, here comes a 
rocket now; let's see who gets off. 
Oh,. here comes Mary Katherine Tul- 
lock, famous interior decorator, with 
her staff! Sandra Martin, personal 
secretary; Jo Ann Dunlap, stamp 
licker; Alice Manuel, color chart ex- 
pert; and Shirley Howard, color 
chart expert number two." 

"What's this? A red, yellow, and 
green rocket ship is just stopping. 
Who do you suppose could be in- 
side? It must be a ship of dignitaries. 
Well, I was right. Walking down the 
long red carpet is Jerry Brinegar, 
ping-pong champion of Pluto; Toso 
Hauser, Millionaire Texas Oil-man; 



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John Henry Baxley, Chief of the 
Solar System Space Patrol; and 
Bobby Brown, Public Accountant of 
the Owens First National Bank, es- 
tablished by and under the capable 
direction of Bill Owens." 

"Say, let's see what's going on 
over there. A large crowd seems to 
be congregating. Oh, it's Joy Anders, 
secretary of our graduating class, 
now coaching cheerleaders at the 
Outer-Space Planet University, who 
seems to be the one attracting all 
the attention. She is calling the roll: 
isn't it grand that the class was able 
to get here? Since all the prelimi- 
naries are over, let's begin our class 
picnic of 1975." 

"Hum-m-m this food is really de- 
licious. I see on the menu that it was 
prepared under the supervision of 
Mattie Hagan, who is owner of the 
famous Hayes-Cromer Restaurant, 
named after those famous world 
travelers, Barbara Hayes and Caro- 
lyn Cromer." 

"Say, everyone seems to be hav- 
ing a swell time, especially Eva Bo- 
denheimer, who is now an opera 
singer on Jupiter. Her agent, Elea- 
nor McGee, seems to be enjoying the 
occasion also, sipping Blalock's 
apricot float made by Lee Roy Bla- 
lock. She's using a Chunn Straw, 
manufactured by Larry Chunn, 
famous straw designer." 

"Let's take a look at the program 
and see who is listed as talent. I see 
that the program is directed by 
Margaret Lindsay, famous director 
of that hit play "Four Girls Face 
Space", starring Pat Martin, Carol 
Carter, Joan Warren, and Iris 
Styers." 

"I see appearing on the program 
also are Pat Fulk, Arsula Caudle, 
Maureen Clark, Donise Davis, and 
Frankie Smith, singing that popular 
ballad, "The Man Winked and the 
Elevator-Girl Took Him Up" and al- 
so on the program I see that Jimmy 
"Cat" Poe and George "Cool'' Stain- 
back are going to tap dance to 
"Shake, Honey Love Baby." As 
vocal talent we are to hear Joyce 
Kiser, singing "It Takes Two To 
Shag", accompanied by Eugene 
Wright and his one-piece orchestra. 

"After Joyce's song comes some 
informal talks by Bill Johnson, Don 
Hudspeth, Lewis Peacock, and Kim- 
mie Tutterow, who recently were 
voted All-Universe while playing in 
the Soup Bowl." 

"Across the table, isn't that Don 
"Pine-Cone'' Beck, famous forest 
rnager; Loretta White, the newly- 
crowned Miss Universe; Rachel 
"Speedy" Andrews, shorthand ex- 
pert and professor at Gregg Uni- 
versity; and Vernon "Punchy" Prit- 
chett, outstanding boxer enjoying 




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each other's company. 

"Is there a doctor here? I think 
it's coming from the other end of 
the table. Look who's getting up 
from his seat! It's Doctor Ronald B. 
Sparrow and his capable assistant, 
Charles Mitchell, male nurse help- 
ing to revive Peggy Kreger who had 
finally passed out from exhaustion 
from being too friendly." 

"This has been an exhausting day. 
I'm tired, let's go to our rocket ships 
to rest a while before the dance to- 
night.'' 

(Four hours later.) 

"Barbara, I see you made it back 
to the dance. I was just looking at 
Robert King, Lonnie Martin, and 
Richard Weatherman, those famous 
businessmen dancing. They are man- 
agers for Wright's Space Service 
Stations, owned by Doug Wright, 
who specializes in Go-Forth Rock- 
et Fuel, refined by Bill Goforth, 
wealthy oil heir." 

"I notice that we have featured 
on the dance program Jack Fearring- 
ton, Vocalist, and Don Cope, Delano 
Eads, Chestney Eubanks, and Jerry 
Harding, top ballet performers. Do- 
ing the popular dance, Will-Ben, 
originated by those two celebrated 
dance artists, Carol Williams and 
Jane Benbow, are Becky Leamon 
and Charlotte Minton, who are now 
on the faculty of E. F. Childress 
High School, named after Elisha 
Childress, prominent executive. 

"Look, there's a large commotion 
on the other side of the room. The 
crowd is parting! There's Carolyn 
Blackwood, Red Cross Planet Di- 
rector, who's telling of her thrilling 
exploits on the Planet Mercury." 

"Listening attentively are Willa 
Tucker Brown and her four sons. 
Now that her boys are in college, 
Willa Lee has taken the place of 
Betty Furness, on the show "Be- 
neath the Crust of an Old Apple 
Pie," directed by Fred Leitch." 

"Jerry, it's getting late. I suppose 
the pilots are about ready to blast 
off to Earth. Oh, I hate to leave 
since this is the first time we have 
all been together in twenty years.'' 

"Let's take one last look around the 
dance floor. Barbara, there's Elsie 
Hiatt and Gaynell Simpson, outstand- 
ing Toothpick Designers, who seem 
to be getting some souvenirs of the 
class reunion." 

"They're motioning for us to 
hurry. All good things come to an 
end, and I suppose we had better 
get back to New York and resume 
our responsibilities as editors of our 
publications. Those editorials don't 



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"Don't I know it!'' 

Prophets: 

Barbara Barlow 
Jerry Hutchins 

HANES HISTORY 

OF THE CLASS OF '55 

The year 1951 stands out in the 
minds of members of the class of 
'55 as it meant that we are now a 
part of Hanes High. We did not 
know, of course, what the years 
would hold, but we all had hopes 
and big dreams. It took us quite 
some time to get use to 1 the big 
halls, changing classes, and swing- 
ing doors, but soon we were hold- 
ing our own with the best of them. 

During the freshman year, clubs 
held an interest for many of us. 
Jimmy Poe represented us in the 
Senior Council, Vernon Pritchett, 
George Stainback, and Don Beck 
joined the Latin Club. Eugene 
Wright and John Baxley were mem- 
bers of the band, and Joyce Kiser 
was Majorette. Alice Manuel and 
Jane Benbow participated in chorus 
work. Toso Hauser was chosen a 
member of the Key Club, and Joan 
Warren, among others, participated 
in dramatic club programs. Carol 
Carter was elected Treasurer of the 
Y-Teens. 

Sports claimed a few of the boys 
a.nd girls. Larry Chunn and Bill 
Johnson made varsity football; Will- 
iam Southern and Douglas Wright 
made varsity baseball; Mattie Ha- 
gan, Barbara B. Hayes and Loretta 
White played softball. 

At the end of the year, in voting 
for the most outstanding freshman 
the faculty bestowed the honor up- 
on Bill Owens. 

We were glad when June came a- 
round, for we were sure that we de- . 
served a rest. But soon September 
was here again, and this meant the 
beginning of another school year. 

As sophomores we were more ad- 
justed to high school life. Carolyn 
Blackwood won first prize for her 
essay on Alcoholism, with Barbara 
Barlow winning second and Joy An- 
ders third place. Barbara Barlow, 
Frances Sides and Carolyn Black- 
wood played varsity basketball, and 
along with Carol Williams and Mat- 
tie Hagan were made members of 
the G.A.A. 

Three of our students joined the 
Journalism Department, Barbara 
Barlow and John Baxley, as sports 
editor of the paper, and Willa Lee 
Brown as Jr. Editor of the annual. 

Summer again brought fun and 
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When we returned as Juniors, we 
realized that school life must be 
taken more seriously because of the 
added responsibilities which we musl 
assume. 

We elected as Jr. Class Officers: 
Don Beck, President; Barbara Bar- 
low, Vice-president; Jane Benbow, 
Secretary; and Kimmie Tutterow, 
Treasurer. 

Carol Williams, Joy Anders, Bill 
Owens, Rachel Andrews, Don Beck, 
Jane Benbow, Nancy Carroll and 
Becky Leamon, having met the re- 
quirements, were inducted into the 
National Honor Society. 

Some of the boys who became 
members of the Hi-Y were Kimmie 
Tutterow, George Stainback, Larry 
Chunn, Jimmy Poe, Fred Leitch, 
Charles Mitchell, Toso Hauser, Bill 
Johnson, and Lewis Peacotk. Jerry 
Brinegar was chaplain. 

Joan Warren, Jerry Hutchins and 
John Baxley were inducted into the 
Masque and Gavel. 

Carolyn Blackwood, John Baxley, 
Rachel Andrews, Barbara Barlow, 
and Jerry Hutchins became members 
of the Quill and Scroll. Carolyn 
Blackwood was also chosen to be 
our D. A. R. Representative. 

Some of the girls joining the Fu- 
ture Homemakers of America were: 
Pat Fulk, Peggy Kreger, Sandra 
Martin, Maureen Clark, Arsula Cau- 
dle, Carolyn Cromer and Sue Hight- 
shoe. 

The Junior Red Cross representa- 
tives included Jerry Hutchins, Fran- 
ces Sides, Joyce Kiser and Matt'ie 
Hagan. Carolyn Blackwood was e- 
lected city-wide school president of 
the Junior Red Cross, and was select- 
ed to serve on the Southeastern A- 
rea Council. She was one of only 
two representing the United States 
at the Canadian Junior Red Cross 
Training Center in Canada. 

As a result of the election of 
school officials in the spring, Don 
Beck was elected Mayor; Bill Owens, 
City Manager; Ronnie Sparrow, 
Court Judge; and John Baxley, Mon- 
itor-in-chief for the year 1954-55. 

A very thrilling experience for us 
as Juniors was the Junior-Senior 
Prom, when it was our pleasure to 
entertain the Seniors on the Bali- 
nese Roof of the Robert E. Lee 
Hotel. 

When summer came this time we 
wanted to make the most of it for 
it could be the last in which we 
could look forward to high school. 
We knew when we returned we 
would be Seniors. 

We were very sorry when we re- 
turned in September, to find that 
we had lost several members of our 
class. But we were glad to welcome 
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High School to our group. 

As our Senior Class Officers we 
elected Kimmie Tutterow, President; 
Charles Mitchell, Vice-president; Joy 
Anders, Secretary; and Carol Car- 
ter, Treasurer. 

Class Day Officers elected were 
Barbara Barlow and Jerry Hutchins, 
Prophets; Willa Lee Brown, Histor- 
ian; and Jerry Brinegar, Testator. 

As Superlatives we chose: Don 
Beck and Joy Anders, Most Intel- 
lectual; Barbara Barlow and Bill 
Johnson, Most Athletic; Willa Lee 
Brown and George Stainback, Best 
Looking; Peggy Kreger and Toso 
Hauser, Friendliest; Carol Williams 
and Charles Mitchell, Best-All- 
Round; Carol Carter and Kimmie 
Tutterow, Most Popular; Joyce Ri- 
ser and Larry Chunn, Wittiest; Rach- 
el Andrews and Bill Owens, Most 
Likely to Succeed. 

When we resumed our activities, 
the College Club attracted about 
half the members of our class. These 
students were interested in learn- 
ing more about college life. Officers 
were: Frances Sides, President; Jer- 
ry Brinegar, Vice-president; Peggy 
Kreger, Secretary; and Margaret 
Lindsay, Treasurer. 

Because of their chosen field Lee 
Roy Blalock, Donise S. Davis, Shir- 
ley K. Howard, Robert King, Lon- 
nie Martin, Gaynell Simpson, Frank - 
ie Smith and Richard Weatherman 
were eligible for membership in the 
D. E. Club. 

Barbara Barlow and Rachel An- 
drews were Co-Editors, and Frances 
Sides was Feature Editor for the 
HANES HIGH RADA. Willa Lee 
Brown was Editor-in-chief of the 
PURPLE AND GOLD, along with 
Carolyn Blackwood and Jerry Hut- 
chins as Co-editors. 

These honors paved the way for 
Frances Sides and Willa Lee Brown 
to membership in the Quill and 
Scroll. 

Cheerleaders were Jo Ann Dunlap, 
Mary Cathryn Tullock, Joan War- 
ren, Carol Carter, Jane Benbow, Iris 
Styres, Margaret Lindsay, Pat Mar- 
tin, Joy Anders and Jerry Hutchins 
was Chief. 

Loretta White was our Piedmont 
Bowl entry. Frances Sides and San- 
dra Martin were inducted into the 
National Honor Society, Joy Anders 
was elected President. Barbara Bar- 
low was President of the G.A.A. 

Now that we write the closing pag- 
es of the history of the class of 
'55, we look back and treasure each 
experience that has made our years 
so happy and so worthwhile. We 
feel a keen sense of sadness at leav- 
ing Hanes High and a deep apprec- 
iation of all that has been done for 



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us. We wish to thank all members 
of the faculty who have played the 
lead in our education. Later as we 
are confronted with the problems of 
life we shall remember their help 
and their guidance. We hope that 
the things we do in the future will 
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HANES LAST WILL 

AND TESTAMENT 

OF THE CLASS OF '55 

We, the senior class of John W. 
Hanes High School, in this year of 
nineteen hundred and fifty-five, re- 
alizing that our day of departure is 
near, after twelve years of gallant 
struggle, being of able body but 
questionable mind, do hereby be- 
queath our meager but cherished 
possessions in this our Last Will 
and Tesament. 

To our beloved principal, Mr. R. 
S. Haltiwanger, we leave our deep- 
est appreciation for his outstanding 
guidance and interest in our class, 
both as individual members and as 
a group, during our years at 
Hanes. 

To Mrs. Stella Perry and Miss 
Ruth Ford, our senior sponsors, we 
wish to give our heartfelt thanks for 
their devoted attention and helpful- 
ness which they gladly gave at all 
times. To them we also bequeath the 
rising seniors with the fond hope 
that they can reach the high stan- 
dards set by our class. 

To the entire faculty, we express 
our utmost gratitude for their un- 
ceasing efforts to make us wiser and 
better students. To our beloved 
coaches we leave some fine material 
in hopes that they can produce out- 
standing teams at Hanes in the near 
future. 

To the rising seniors we leave our 
abundant homework with the hope 
that they will endeavor to uphold 
the tradition set by us, the Class of 
'55. It won't be easy! We leave them 
also our choice seats in the audi- 
torium, urging them to fill them 
with the dignity befitting seniors. 

Our unassuming mayor, Don 
Beck, leaves his intellectual and 
leadership abilities to the junior 
with the best qualifications. 

Barbara Barlow leaves her gift of 
being both athletic and witty to 
Peggy Hill, who seems to be follow- 
ing in her footsteps. 



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Willa Lee Brown leaves her 
ability to ask far-fetched questions 
in Mr. Kelly's history class to Char- 
lotte Brown and hopes that Char- 
lotte will be able to understand the 
answers. 

Bill Owens and John Baxley leave 
their participation in school activi- 
ties to Jim Heath and Bill Hauser, 
who seem capable of following 
them. 

Fred Leitch, Don Cope, and Lum- 
mie Stillie, three renowned mem- 
bers of the AAA, leave their incom- 
parable driving ability to the safe- 
driving class. 

Robert King leaves his uke play- 
ability to Larry Jones, who is pro- 
gressing rapidly. 

George Stainback leaves his good 
looks to Tommy Ratledge to aid 
Tommy in snowing the girls. 

Toso Hauser and Jimmy Poe leave 
their famous football uniforms to 
Tommy Jones in the belief that he 
can fill both of them. Toso will 
throw in his cowboy hat for good 
measure. 

Ronnie Sparrow and Jerry Hut- 
chins leave their acting ability to 
the stars of tomorrow, Jerry Atkins 
and Dwight Cartner. 

Pat Martin, Margaret Lindsay, Jo 
Ann Dunlap, and Mary Cathryn 
Tullock leave their enthusiatic 
school spirit and leather lungs to 
the future Hanes High cheerleaders. 
Carolyn Blackwood leaves her maj- 
orette uniform to Nancy Hiatt, whose 
graceful high stepping is fast match, 
ing her own. 

Eugene Wright bequeaths his 
fancy driving cushion (a pop crate) 
to Diane Thompson in hopes that 
she may set her sight higher, as he 
did. 

Loretta White leaves her nume- 
rous beauty titles to Linda Chatman, 
who is doing pretty well on her 
own. 

Barbara Bowles Hayes, Donise 
Shepard Davis, and Shirley Kirby 
Howard leave their dual roles of 
housewives and students to any un- 
suspecting lass who thinks she can 
fill both successfully. 

Becky Leamon and Mattie Hagan 
leave their starting positions on the 
basketball team to Mary Wolfe and 
Kathryn Wheeling. Good luck, girls! 

Pat Fulk and Sue Hightshoe leave 
their quiet ways and sincere interest 
in others to Dee Masencup and Mary 
Nell Leitch. 

Delano Eads and Maureen Clark 
leave their gift of gab to Gerald 
Hampton and Virginia White. 

Paul Rhodes, realizing that he is 
a big boy now, leaves his paper 
route to anyone ambitious enough 
to take over. 

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heimer leave their devoted com- 
panionship to Kay Caudle and 
Lynne Speer. 

Carol Williams and Charles Mit- 
chell leave their title of "Best All 
Around" to anyone who can fulfill 
the requirements, all views con- 
sidered. 

Frances Sides leaves her -asthma 
to someone who has no allergies to 
call his own and vows that this will 
be breath-taking 

Chestney Eubanks, Lonnie Mar- 
tin, and Vernon Pritchett leave 
their bewilderment in history to 
Ronnie Whitt, Howard Hudspeth, 
and Bob Adderton, with firm be- 
lief that they can't do any worse. 

Sandra Martin leaves her high 
grades to brother Kent, so that he 
won't have to waste his time study- 
ing when he could be playing ball. 

William Southern and Leroy Bla- 
lock leave their sacred parking 
places to Eddie Burcham and Ray 
Woosley. 

Jerry Harding and Bill Goforth 
leave their swell times in machine 
shop to Bill Bowles and Jerome 
Vestal. 

Bill Johnson leaves his renowned 
athletic ability to Ray Tucker, who 
is off to a flying start. 

Richard Weatherman and Frank 
Childress leave their super sales- 
manship to Gayle Miller and Ann 
Foltz, who could use their tech- 
nique as D. E. students. 

Lewis Peacock and Larry Chunn 
reluctantly leave their girl friends 
with subtle warning--keep awayi 

Joan Warren and Don Hudspeth 
leave their fun quarreling and mak- 
ing up to Jean Brown and Johnny 
Shields. 

Jane Benbow and Nancy Carroll 
leave their sweet personality and 
neat appearance to Almeta Wall and 
Shelby Wood, who do not really 
need it. 

Rachel Andrews leaves her ability 
to do a good job in all her under- 
takings to next year's newspaper 
staff so that Hanes will be kept in 
the public eye. 

Joy Anders bequeaths her office 
as president of the N. H. S. to the 
person judged most suitable by 
other members of the Society. 

Carol Carter leaves her amazing 
popularity to sister Judy, in order 
that it will be kept in the family. 

Those adoring looks cast in his 
direction by the girls are hereby be- 
queathed to Bobby Knott by none 
other than Kimmie Tutterow. 

Joyce Kiser leaves her adoration 
for male history teachers to Betty 
Jo Blackwood, who just adores male 
faculty members. 

Bobby Brown bequeaths his fine 
physique to T. D. Shermer, who is 



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about the same height but lacks the 
muscles. 

Charlotte Minton leaves her 
ability to get acquainted quickly in 
a n?w school to Norma Knutton, 
who is making friends rapidly her- 
self. 

Peggy Kreger bequeaths her 
friendliness to Vicki Brinegar, in 
order that she may acquire more 
friends. 

Carolyn Cromer leaves her wise- 
cracks in Home Ec to Penny Bryant. 

Larry Clinard leaves his patented 
look of intelligence to Jimmy "Un- 
conscious'' Dorsett. 

Elsie "Butch" Hiatt and Kathryn 
"Frankie" Smith leave their nick- 
names to Barbara "Stella" Bennett 
and Carolyn "Poncho" Austin. They 
think theirs are better. 

Gaynell Simpson leaves her gigg- 
les in the auditorium to Jane Sweat- 
man. 

Alice Manuel bequeaths her 
height to Linda Hardie. 

Arsula Caudle leaves her job in 
th£ cafeteria to Cljarlene Sparks in 
order that Charlene might gain 
some weight. 

Iris Styers leaves her ability to 
wait for matrimony until after gra- 
duation to Carol Brown, who may 
need it. 

Miss Helen Bickley, our wonder- 
ful friend and librarian, we do here- 
by appoint as executrix of this our 
Last Will and Testament. 

In witness whereof we affix our 
seal, this sixth day of June, in the 
year of our Lord, nineteen hundred 
and fifty-five. 

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Witnesses: 
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Time: 1999 

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Characters: Five mad scientists 
Julie: It is finished! 
(Narration): The scene is focused 
on the Hickerupperpickerupper- 
graph, just completed, which is 
now ready for its first test. The 
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been constructed to pick up vocal 
vibrations as far back as Septem- 
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uated from Reynolds High, studying 
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Mars you only are qualified to turn 
a knob. 

Nena: But Fill give that honor to 
any of you learned gentlemen. To 
be truthful, I'm afraid! 
Julie: Enough of this lally-gagging. 
History has waited long enough for 
this moment. Let's be on with it. 
Carolyn: Wait. Quiet, everyone! I 
hear a voice speaking, but I can't 
make out the names. It's coming in 
stronger now. Marcia Warford, Mar- 
ilyn Fishel, Frankie Cunningham. 
It stopped; that's all. 
Julie: Our machine is a success! It 
works! 

Nancy: But what could those names 
mean? 

Nena: They sound familiar to me. 
The sound waves came from the 
vicinity of Winston-Salem, North 
Carolina. 

Nancy: That's it! Reynolds High 
freshman class officers. Tune in 
that area again. 

Betsy: I'd like to hear more about 
our high school days. Here, let me 
turn up the volume for you. 
Julie: I think I'm getting another 
election; It sounds like a group of 
boys this time. There is the name, 
our freshman Hi-Y. Remember 
those meetings? Joe Goodman, Lee 
Bryant, Ed O'Keefe, and George 
Agee are leading the group. 
Nancy: We are getting large gath- 
erings clearer than anything else. 
Let's see whether we can pick 
up anything about our freshman 
Y-Teens. I think I hear someone 
announcing faintly the officers. I 
caught the names of Julie Shore 
and Nena Walker. 
Nena: Wasn't it our freshman year 
that Jim Chatham was elected to 
be our representative to the Coun- 
cil? 

Carolyn: Yes, and Joanna Carter 
was a cheerleader, and Jim Spach 
made varsity football. 
Betsy: Listen! I believe I have got- 
ten a chapel program this time; I 
hear the band and the sound of 
many shuffling feet. Oh, this was 
the day Bruce Brooks won first 
prize in the School Spirit Speech 
Contest. 

Carolyn: Ann Johnson was anoth- 
er one of whom we are proud. Do 
you remember when she tied for 
first place in the World Peace 
Speech Contest? We thought she 
and Bruce were so brave to get 
up in front of all the big seniors and 
give such fine speeches. 
Julie: Yes, we didn't waste much 
time getting right into the busy 
hum of high school life. 
Nancy: Let's set the machine at 
the year 1952 and see what we can 
find about our sophomore year. 



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Nena: Everything is set. Do you 
hear anything? 

Betsy: I seem to be getting noth- 
ing but confusion, shrieks, falling 
chairs, and much scrambling. Now 
I hear a teacher. Oh, it's a biology 
class. Someone let his grasshop- 
per loose, and nobody seemed to 
want to pick it up. 
Carolyn: That means we have the 
sophomore year all right. 
Julie: I hear a homeroom teacher 
making the announcements. Here 
are our class officers: Joe Good- 
man, president; Jim Chatham, vice- 
president; Renna McNair, secretary; 
and Jim Spach, treasurer. 
Nancy: Listen to this: Enthusiasts 
in the field of speech are Susie 
White, Bruce Brooks, Hank Elkins, 
and Simon Sosnik." 
Nena: I wonder where that could 
have come from. I remember that 
the first three were on our Jr 1 . 
Varsity Debating Team. 
Betsy: Simon won the I speak for 
Democracy Contest. 
Carolyn: What are you so quiet a- 
bout, Dr. Graves? 
Nancy: I'm listening in on a meet- 
ing of the Sophoteers. Julie Shore 
is appointing some committees to 
work on a new project of cleaning 
up the Huddle. 

Julie: Yes, that club worked so 
hard, and two years later the Hud- 
dle was torn down to make room 
for the new lunchroom. 
Nena: Jane Irby was chosen as a 
Hi-Y sponsor. 

Julie: Have you found anything, 
Dr. Dickson? 

Carolyn: Yes, I was trying to get in 
on a Hi-Y meeting, but this Y- 
Teen meeting seemed to drown it 
out. Marcia Warford is presiding 
and Frankie Cunningham is taking 
minutes, but I can't make out what 
they're doing. 

Nancy: Another organization that 
drew a large number of girls that 
year was the G.A.A. That club was 
the largest of its kind in the state. 
Nena: I used to watch the intra- 
mural basketball games after school. 
Coleman's Cuties won the champion- 
ship for three years straight. 
Buzz! Clang! Much noise! 
Nancy: Ho there, what's this? We 
came in right in the middle of a 
meeting. It seems to be the junior 
class. Marcia Warford is presiding 
and Gail Osborn is writing notes as 
fast as Mary Louise Coleman can 
dictate. The reason for the excite- 
ment is the announcement of the 
Senior Marshals. 

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ter was chief, Vicki Grubbs, alter- 
nate, and Yvonne Hampton, Carolyn 
Dickson, Shirley Denny, and Kay 
Crabtree are some of the others. 
Julie: Heavens! My amplify ner has 
moved some more. Could this be a 
student government meeting? It 
must be— I hear Joe Goodman, Knox 
Gardner, Jim Chatham, Renna Mc- 
Nair, and Pat Kelly loudly voicing 
their varying opinions. 
Betsy: We are put on the landing 
now. Dick McNeill, the president of 
the Hi-Y looks panicky. He learned 
that he has to be in the Jr.-Sr. 
figure. 

Nena: Remember what a dance that 
turned out to be? Art Mitchell was 
master of ceremonies. Bill Bonin 
and Jimmy Yarborough made an 
Eiffel Tower that a Frenchman 
couldn't tell from the real one. 
Carolyn: No sound! Do you sup- 
pose that the osmosis tube of the 
Huccuperpickeepergraph has split 
its atom? It's still quiet. But wait. I 
hear a candle burning. This must be 
the Honor Society induction. Bruce 
Brooks, Grs/ce Wessells, Shannon 
Harper, and Susie White, who later 
became president, are among those 
clad in the usual white robes. 
Nancys This sounds like another in- 
duction. Betsy Fulp, future editor of 
Pine Whispers, Elizabeth Efird, Lou 
Linton, and Ann Griffin are being 
taken into Quill and Scroll. 

Julie: We've jumped up another 
year. It's the fall of '54 and I be- 
lieve we're at a football game. You 
remember, that's what students 
played before they had inter-plane 
tary ray gun competition. 
Betsy: From the sound of the 
crowd, Jim Spach and Lee Bryant 
seem to be the gridiron greats. Hey, 
listen to that band. Do you recognize 
the mellow music of David Drum- 
mond, Danny Kimel, Ed O'Keefe, 
and David Dyer? Down on the field 
the twirlers, Bobbie Edwards and 
Janice Cornwall are entertaining 
the crowds. Henry Heitman and Ted 
Wainer are the drum majors. 
Carolyn: "By the way the stands are 
yelling. Cheerleaders Nina Walker, 
Weezie Hill, and Marcia Warford 
are doing a good job. 
Nena: What could this be? We 
weren't that noisy in school. I hear 
Bob Bender and he is presiding at 
the annual Thanksgiving program. 
The noise was the stacking of the 
cans on the stage. Taking part in 
the presentation of the turkeys are 
Jim Legette, with the S. S. C. 
turkey, Mickey Young with the band 
bird, and Margaret Nolan with the 
GAA. fowl. 
Julie: My oscillating scope is pick- 



ing up strange sounds. There's a 
shuffling of paper, and the mad 
scramble of newspeople. This must 
be the old journalism room. 
Nancy: Let's turn the dial to the 
year 1956 and get more recent vi- 
brations. 

Betsy: Wait! I hear something. It 
sounds like a hammer! 
Nina: No, it's a gavel. The static 
is cleared, and I hear a voice. It's 
a courtroom where a major argu- 
ment is going on. The Filter-Tip 
Straw Company, owned by Robert 
Tuttle and headed by President 
Sandy Faulkner, with his associ- 
ates, Dale Speight and Gordon Ni- 
fong, is being sued by Dick Buell, 
the recent broadways smash from 
the hit play, "North Atlantic," for 
ingluberation of the supposedly 
permeable membrane while drink- 
ing milkshakes. The counselor for 
defense is Eldridge Shumaker; 
Fred Smith is District Attorney. 
Carolyn: It's fading out! A new 
noise is coming through. It's a ga- 
thering where people are cheering. 
Nancy: Why, it's football! The 
Pumpkin Punters coached by Bob 
Evans and Wyndrell Sifford are 
playing Coach Ned Todd's team, 
the Blue-backed Bees. Two of the 
referees, Jim Harrill and Sandy 
Harper, are arguing over the legal- 
ity of the last play. The play-by- 
play man for the game, Petey 
Spencer, is now telling the specta- 
tors about the opening of the new 
Winston-Salem Coliseum. One of 
the unusual acts is to be an ice- 
skating exhibition featuring Clif- 
ton Harvel, Barbara Harwood, Jeb- 
by Davis, and Betty Jean Hedrick. 
Julie: The machine has gone dead. 
Professor, see if you can contact 
anything with that little knob. 
Nina: Sorry, gentlemen, I'm afraid 
we'll have to contact our rival lab- 
oratory and get Doctor Roderick 
Heard to fix it, because it just 
doesn't seem to be coming through. 
Professor Graves, add a little more 
vibration contractor, or super fuel, 
to see if that will help. 
Betsy: Oh! It's really rocking now. 
Do any familiar voices reach your 
audionetwork? 

Julie: Yes, and I hear someone that 
sounds like Marilyn Fishel. She's 
singing with the famed female trio, 
The Three Tones, consisting of 
Marilyn, Carol Bolick, and Jean 
Brown. 

Carolyn: Where is this perform- 
ance taking place? 
Nancy: It is in the newly-finished 
"Samuel Johnson Recreation Hall", 
which is being operated by Helen 
Nicholson and Phyllis Williams. 
Here is another performance. 



Betsy: This is the world-renowned 
ballet dancer, Anne Miller, who is 
giving a charity performance here 
in the Recreation Hall for the new- 
ly established home for the Played- 
out Musicians Society. Some of 
the inmates of this institution are 
Nancy Crouse, Alfred Hartman, 
and the famous team of Richard 
Matthews and Charles Miller. The 
first idea for the new home •was 
Charles Brown's, who felt ex- 
tremely sorrowful over the hard 
times of his dear friends. 
Nina: Listen, gentlemen; I'm being 
switched to an entirely different 
locality. What in the universe could 
it be? Oh! I know now. We have 
been taken to Richard Whitman's 
Catchall Museum. Whose pictures 
do you suppose are the main ex- 
hibits? None others but our old 
school chum's Ernestine Wolfe's. 
You gentlemen remember Tommy 
Lehman, don't you? His award- 
winning photograph is on display 
now. Another ultra-modern artist 
whose entry also received first 
place is Carolyn Charles. 
Nancy: I have just made a contact 
with a bank in a large town. Why, 
it's the Space Cadets' Security 
Bank, located in the great metropo- 
lis, Winston-Salem. Johnny Hond- 
ross, the president is adequately 
cdvised by his four vice-presidents, 
Charles Hutchison, Barbara Harp, 
Jean Knouse, and Albert Hatta- 
way. Johnny's very efficient sec- 
retary, Sallie Hunter, is happily 
typing away at her usual speed of 
250 words per minute. 
Julie: There seems to be a great 
deal of static. Professor, see if you 
can remedy that. Oh! Now, that's 
just fine. I hear soft music. 
Carolyn: It's a fashion show b/eing 
held at the exclusive store, J. A. 
Andrew's Best and Co., Sonny 
Lacy, the manager, has certainly 
done a marvelous job in redecorat- 
ing this store and now is giving a 
fashion show to exhibit his latest 
styles. Joan Honeycutt, Marilyn 
Pulliam, Martha Jean Brown, Pen- 
ny Bell, and June Bostick are just 
a few of the many beautiful mod- 
els. Monsieur Lacy has a staff of 
top stylists who help him design all 
of his beautiful clothes. David 
Goodrich, Tommy Douglas, and 
Johnny Mac Brewer are three of 
his most talented employees. 
Nancy: I have just been switched 
to a great metropoliton newspaper 
office. This newspaper, the "Rocket 
Reporter," is edited by the renow- 
ned newspaper woman, Susan Mas- 
ten. Susan is in a panic because her 
reporters haven't sent their stories 
in yet. Oh! here comes Lois Gallag- 
her, the social reporter, with her 



story that William Saylor, the fa- 
mous instructor at the Academy 
Julien in Paris, is in town now and 
is being entertained with a party 
given by Sue Denny, the popular 
choreographer. Lois also reports 
that Dr. Sally Pullen, president of 
Converse College is in town. 
Nina: Johnny Jones, world news- 
reporter, brought in the story 
that Allie Hutchison has just won 
the Larry Carter Prize for Litera- 
ture with his great book, Snook. 
Don Faust, Petey Laurence, and 
Jerry Adams are also in the news 
because of their extensive explora- 
tions into the Ancient Colony of 
Lizardmen. Johnny reports that 
Meb Turner, George Agee, and 
James Davidson haVe recently in- 
corporated a company that will 
sponsor a safari to darkest Africa. 
Some of the birave women already 
loading their guns are Suzanne 
Taylor, Bunny Agee, Penny Sue 
Dodd, and Gracie Fulp. Three of 
the head hunters employed by this 
company are Robert Glenn, Scotty 
Simmons, and Ronnie Tuttle. 
Here's another report from Johnny 
that Bonnie Veitch, famous phar- 
macist, has just discovered a cure 
for broken hearts. Doctors Sally 
Ferrell and Barbara Shore assisted 
Dr. Vietch in her experiments. 
Special mention was made of Brad 
Brown, Larry Raker, Betty Zeh, 
and Jo Ann Cass, who sacrificed 
their hearts for the experiments. 
Julie: I just heard over the tele- 
type that Patsy Burke, Susan Reid, 
and Lou Carol Benton have recent- 
ly returned to the United States 
after their colossal climb to the 
high plateaus of Egypt. I also 
heard that Don Maynard has been 
elected the new mayor of the 
thriving city of Reynolda. Don's ci- 
ty manager will be Carl Barkley, 
and the chief of the police Depart- 
ment will be Johnny Ingle. Assist- 
ing these men will be Jane Green, 
Charles Paschal, Walter Brown, 
who help to make up the Board of 
Aldermen and Women. Herbert 
Jewelle Wright, and Tommy Cress, 
Johnson, another man interested in 
civil affairs, has just been elected 
to the judgeship of Reynolda. 
Nancy: What's that strange noise I 
hear? It sounds like a factory of 
some sort. 

Betsy: It's the Chlorophyll Pipe 
factory, owned by Robert Davis, and 
Lois Katzin. Caroline Overcash, 
DuBois Speight, and Judy Jones are 
just a few of the many important 
people on the board of directors. 
Helping out with the salesmanship 
department are Gail Clodfelter, 
Sonny Sizemore, Barbara Green, 



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and Carolyn Buie, all top salesmen 
of their day. 

Carolyn: The voices are getting a 
little dim, Professor. 
Nina: Maybe you'd better put more 
fuel in our Hickerupperpickerup- 
pergraph. 

Nancy: The Strawinsphere must be 
clearing now. I hear sounds. 
Julie: No, Doctor, you just acci- 
dentally gave the control gear a 
nudge. I guess that is what it need- 
ed. What can you hear? 
Betsy: It's a low, mellow sound, 
the strains from a cello. SH-h-h, 
the announcer is saying something. 
Oh, this is Cornige Hall. 
Nina: Yes, Clarence Russell is play- 
ing first chair tuning fork, and 
Dwight Whitlock and Jack Daniel 
are both playing trombone. Their 
capable conductor is maestro Hal 
Transou. Next week Mary Ann 
Shook, Jo Ann Carter, Wanda Gib- 
son and Jerry Cook will make 
their debut in the Hall as the first 
quartet to sing in 3-D, high fidelity 
tones. The performance is already 
a complete sell-out. 
Nancy: The music is too loud; turn 
down the amplifier. The machine 
must be picking up vibrations clo- 
ser home. It sounds to me like the 
Nissen Building. 

Carolyn: There is certainly a 
strange combination of sounds the- 
re. The foremost noise sounds like 
a dentist's drill. 

Julie: Yes, most probably it is. I've 
heard that Doug Quate and Gary 
Tise have opened an office togeth- 
er. On the initial day B.Y. Womack, 
Frank Shaw, and Catherine Cheek 
volunteered to be their first pa- 
tients. 

Nina: Do you remember Martin's 
Beauty Salon where everyone used 
to go for those exciting Italian Boy 
Cuts? 

Betsy: Vaguely! Hasn't Dewey 
Cogin opened in its place? It seems 
as if Doris Honeycutt is sporting 
one of the latest experiments — the 
Mexican Bowl Cut, and it has be- 
come so popular that Dewey has 
hired Dale Rumley, Bobby Killian, 
and C. E. Vaughn to help him. 
Cynthia Palmer is learning to keep 
the appointments straight, while 
Jane Julian is acting as a guinea 
pig for the new test curls. 
Carolyn: The thirteenth floor has 
been made into a showroom for 
flower exhibitions. An assortmen 
of gloomy-looking plants from Flor- 
ida Glades has been chosen as the 
best arrangement. Daphne Howell, 
Nancy Hurst, and Ruby Burnette 
are staying down in the swamps to 
keep up a supply of fresh plants. 
Nancy: Incidentally, did you all 



hear about Ruthie Rhodes, Joan 
Earl, Pat Berrier, and Barbara 
Thrift testing the products of Ken- 
neth Sykes and Jerry White's bi- 
cycle factory? The girls decided to 
take a tour of the New England 
states by bicycle. They wandered 
from the beaten track and were 
stopped by a Vermont State Patrol- 
man, who proved to be none other 
than Robert Pardue. He directed 
them to the nearest restaurant 
where they were quickly fed by 
the owners and chief chefs, Frances 
Hopkins, Bessie Hall, and Don Arn- 
old. 

Julie: H'm-m-m, here's something 
new! This place sounds like some 
kind of studio. 

Betsy: I hear it, too. It must be a 
radio station because I think I hear 
Barbara Kline giving her weather 
report. 

Carolyn: The universally famous 
debators, Becky Moore, Jane Noel, 
Barbara Schaefer, and Lynn Thom- 
as have just been introduced. They 
will debate on the topic, "Should 
the U. S. Sponsor Space Ships to 
Mars?" 

Nina: Let's listen some more. I 
hear a different program now. 

We bring you now station WSAD 
and your favorite serial, "The 
Walking Stick Rebillion," straight 
from Ralph Sapp's thrilling episode 
of Fad Comics. Today Sam Brown, 
in the role of Captain Perry, will 
unravel the mystery of the meet- 
ing on Thomas Hege's ship, the 
Larry Foltz. You will find that 
what really happened was that Rita 
Perryman had mixed-up the pages 
of the log book, and time had 
been set back two weeks. Others 
in the story are Glenda Brittain, 
Kathryn Palarid, and David Stew- 
art. 

Nancy: While you're tuned to a 
radio station see if you can pick 
up the golf exhibition where the 
renowned Bucky Dennis won the 
Ed Pierce Open Golf Tournament. 
It was a close fight though, because 
Bucky was using a new technique. 
Tissie Webber and Mary Louise Har- 
ell were caddies for the event. 
Julie: I know what it is! Do you 
remember when Albert King and 
Ira Bumgfcrdner dredged Peter's 
Creek and built a boat basin there? 
With the help of Joan Watson and 
Blanche Mabe they founded the 
Judy O'Connor Boat Club. Last 
year the sailboat races were held 
there. Some of the local entrants 
were Jane Ashburn, Toni Hatcher, 
and Mildred Painter. In the middle 
of the race Janet Smith's Sailfish 
overturned. The blame was put on 
one of the crew, Joan Faircloth, who 



lifted out the keel in the middle of 
the bay. We could find out what 
happened by contacting Peggy Hold- 
er or Jean Williams. They handle 
publicity for the club. Oh, incident- 
ally, Di-Ann Cress runs the Pet- 
er's Creek Ferry. 

Carolyn: This sounds like the roll 
of presses in a big newspaper office. 
I believe it is because the office boy, 
Bill Pfefferkorn, just ran by with a 
passel of copy for the printer, Doug 
Payne. Mona Cameron is the editor- 
in-chief and Nancy Turner, Bennie 
Wilmoth and Barbara Herman are 
reporters assigned to cover the re- 
mains of Bobby Randolph, Don 
Sennett, and Tommy Tiner's Do-It- 
Yourself Hydrogen Bomb Factory. 
Nancy: I remember that all those 
people were pretty active in journa- 
lism at Reynolds. But wait, from 
the look on the face of Marcia 
Moody, the sports editor, she just 
got a hot scoop. Fred Smith just 
passed out as he crossed the finish 
line in the annual Inter-Special 
Twelve Mile Dash. He barely out- 
distanced Bob Rollins and Billy 
Weatherman, the only two to run 
the 12 second mile. 
Nena: Senators Larry McCarn, Fred 
Katzin, and Nancy Strupe, the only 
one from North Afganistan, made 
the headlines. They are the only 
people who supported the bill of 
Ann Lee and Jackie Sheets to abo- 
lish Hubert Poindexter's Pizza Pie 
Monopoly. Carol White, Tommy 
Brightwell, and James Anderson, 
chief cheeze and mushroom dribb- 
lers, testified in behalf of their boss. 
But wait the machine has jumped 
back and is picking up the '55 gra- 
duation. This must be the Last Will 
and Testament. 

Last Will and Testafment 

Each husky lad and lovely lass 

Of this our graduating class 

Now looks back with smiles and 

tears 
On the trials and triumphs of 

high school years. 

Though to memories we'll always 

cleave, 
To another class our gifts we must 

leave, 
So this document we now present 
As our Last Will and Testament. 

ARTICLE I 

Section I 

We should have brought more ap- 
ples, it's true, 

To our teachers and Mr. Joyner, 
too, 

For their help and guidance along 



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life's way, 

We'll be more grateful, day by day. 

Our education must have been quite 
a task, 

So from the faculty two favors we'll 
ask. . 

''Will you accept our appreciation, 

And not be too happy at our grad- 
uation?" 

Section II 

Directing both our studies and fun 

Were Mr. Barnette and Miss Steph- 
enson. 

To these sponsors, who have been 
the best, 

We will our thanks and a well-earn, 
ed rest. 

Section III 

To the juniors we leave our senior 
affairs 

Plus our dark-circled eyes and mul- 
tiple cares. 

With duties and studies their heads 
will be reeling, 

But, nevertheless, it's a wonder- 
ful feeling. 

They'll have privileges, honors, and 
fun galore; 

They'll write compositions, read 
books by the score. 

As through homework and studies 
they wearily go, 

The main thing they'll learn is how 
little they know. 



ARTICLE II 

Section i 

Upholding the honor of our school, 

Enforcing every Council rule, 

Joe Goodman works with never a 

slip. 
And Bill Taylor inherits his lead- 
ership. 

Section II 

Marcia Warford, our chief cheer- 
leader, 

Is friendly and capable, none can 
beat her. 

Also one of cheerleading fame, 

Sandra Walsh her winning ways 
will claim. 

Section III 

The finest athletes of our flock 
Are Mary Louise Coieman and Jim 

Spach. 
The great ability which they leave 
Faye Harris and Ward McKeithan 

receive. 

Section IV 

Yvonne Hampton and Shirley Den- 
ny 

Would like to leave their looks to 
many, 

But since one's charms should not 
be divided, 

On pretty Lynn Walker they've both 
decided. 

Section V 

George Hamilton and his guitar 



Are known by people near and far. 
Since no one can holler the way 

George can, 
He'll just leave "Old Calijah" to a 

hillbilly fan. 

Section VI 

Our Hank Elkins and Susie White, 
Debaters of oratorical might, 
Leave their speaking gifts to the 

brightest of all, 
Judy Peterson and Emerson Will. 

Section VII 
The Key Club and the S.S.C. 
Leave the follies, goalposts, and 

club rivalry 
To Ralph Asbury and Sam Mauzy 
Who'll continue the club's tradit- 
ional way. 

Section VIII 

As chief majorette, we've had Vic- 
ki, 

Who has lead our band in steps 
quite tricky. 

On Pegg and Payne she now be- 
stows 

Her tall fur hat and twinkling 
toes 

Section IX 

Bob Reed's height is a great asset, 
Which he would like Sybil Stewart 

to get, 
And that would make everything 

just fine 
Cause guess who'd be tallest in the 



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which the forceful meaning of Simeon's prophecy breaks 
upon her. The cruel point of the sword seems already to 
press against her heart. The bleak tree, the ominous cloud 
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majorettes line? 

Section X 

In so many fields did Julie Shore 
lead, 

We voted her "Most Likely to Suc- 
ceed." 

Her poise, personality, leadership, 
too, 

Are left not to one, but to all of 
you. 

ARTICLE III 

Section I 

To see that these wishes are ful- 
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To administer the things we have 



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The Class of '55 now picks 
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Section II 

With advice imparted and wishes 
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Our document now is formally seal- 
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On June the sixth, '55, A.D. 

Testator: Betsy Fulp 

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