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BLACK 



AND 



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GOLD 



North CaroSsrsa Room 
Forsyth County Public Liforarv 
660 West Fifth Street 
Winston-SaSem, NC 27101 




1958 



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KAY ANGEL ..... Editor-in-Chief 

MEREL ROBIN Co-editor 

ANNE NEWTON, ALICE GRANT Senior Editors 

G. G. SAUNDERS, MARY MORRIS Junior Editors 

MERRY GORDON PANNILL Faculty Editor 

CAROLYN JAR VIS Art Editor 

GAIL GRUPENHOF Write-up Editor 

WARREN SAMS Photographer 

LINDA HARDIE, CAROLYN BENBOW Circulation 

Editors 
MRS. ELIZABETH RITTER faculty Sponsor 




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FOREWORD 

We, the editors of the 1958 Black and Gold, are proud to 
present to you this annual. Our little black demon will take 
you through the pages and try, throughout the future, to 
bring back memories of your high school years at Reynolds. 
We hope you will enjoy the annual as much as we have en- 
joyed bringing it to you. 

The Editors 



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City School Administrative Staff 

Mr. Hoy Holshouser, Business Manager; Dr. William C. Self, Assistant Superintendent; Dr. A. Craig Phil- 
lips, Superintendent; Mr. Marvin M. Ward, Assistant Superintendent; Mr. C. T. Leinbach, Jr., Comptroller. 




Winston-Salem City Board of Education 

SEATED: The Reverend William R. Crawford, Mr. Paul Pegram, Mr. Sam Dorsett, Chairman; Mrs. Norton 
F. Tennille, Mr. M. C. Benton. STANDING: Mr. T. L. Williams, Mr. Clifford Perry. 



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Dedication 




Tall, dark, handsome . . . Mr. John Tandy . . . students understood . . . Mr. Joyner's 
able assistant . . . football coach for many years . . . now Athletic Director and 
Dean of Boys . . . ever-present sense of humor . . . respected and loved by all who 
know him ... to one who is always there to help . . . THANKS! ! ! 



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In Memoriam 




WALKER BARNETTE 
June 3, 1901 — September 4, 1957 



ROBERT L. McMILLAN, jr. 

September 29, 1941 — August 9, 1957 

GEORGE C. SPRINKLE, JR. 
July 31, 1941 — August 13, 1957 

CARROLL PHIFER WAGONER 

December 31, 1940 — August 8, 1957 



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CLAUDE R. JOYNER 

B.A., M.A. 

Principal 





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MARY JANE BAKER 

A.B., M.E. 

Algebra, Geometry 



HUGH BAREFOOT 

B.S., M.E. 
8/A Ala/*, Science 




NORMAN BARRINGER MRS. GRACE BARROW 

B.A. A.B. 

Driving 8th Social Studies, English 




MRS. SUZANNE BRITT MRS. VIRGINIA BROWN 
A.B. A.B. 

Latin English, Latin 




MRS. FRANCES BRUCE 

B.S., M.S. 

8th Home Economics 



HERMAN BRYSON 

B.S., M.A. 

Physical Education 



ANNIE G. CALDWELL 
B.A., B.S. 
Librarian 



A. R. CARR 

B.S., M.A. 

Mechanical Drawing, Shop 



MATALINE COLLETTE 
A.B. 

Chemistry 



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NANCY COONEY MRS. SARAH COPPFDGE MRS. MARY ANN CRAFT MRS. ARDFNA CRAVFR ROBFRT 

B.S. . B.A. A.B. A.B, B.S. 

Algebra, Physical Education 8th English, Social Studies 8th Math, Science Home Economics, Home Crafts 



CROOKSHANK 

M.A. 
Shot? 




L. W. CROWELL 
B.S., M.Ed. 

Algebra 



MRS. NELLE DELGADO 

B.A., M.A. 

8th English, Social Studies 

Spanish 



JUNE DINKINS 

B.S., M.S. 
Physical Education 



MRS. ANALEE EDDLFMAN 
Secretary to Principal 



LUCILE EDWARDS 

A.B. 

English 




MRS. ANNIE PRESTON MRS. JOSEPHINE FITTS 
FEARRINGTON B.A. 

A.B., M.A. 8th Math, Science 

French, Latin 





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MRS. 


HAZEL FLACK 


MRS. 


ALYCE FLETCHER 


WILLIAM FOIL 




B.A. 




Dietician 


B.S. 




Civics 






Biology 




MRS. SARAH FROST 

A.B., M.A. 

Algebra, Geometry 



MRS. MARY GAMBRELL 
B.A. 

English 



MRS. EVELYN GARRISON 

A.B., M.Ed. 

Public Speaking, English 



MRS. BETTY GRIGG 
B.A. 

8th English, Social Studies 




MRS. MARGARET 

HARRISON 

Dietician 



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ELIZABETH KAPP 

A.B. 

English 



MRS. CAROLYN LOWDFR 

B.S. 

Biology 



MRS. CATHERINE LYERLY 

B.A. 

English 



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FAYE MARTIN 

A.B. 

Spanish 



MARY MARTIN 
A.B. 
Latin 




ROBERT MAYER 

B.M., M.M. 

Band, Orchestra 



MRS. MARGARET 

McDERMOTT 

A.B., M.Ed. 

Latin 



HAZEL McKEEL 
A.B. 

Typing, General Business 




CLYDE McSWAIN 
Printsbop 



McLEAN MITCHELL 

B.S., M.A. 

U. S. History, World 

History, Sociology, Economics 






DONALD MORROW 

A.B. 

World History 



MRS. LUCINDA MOSER ANNA R. MOTTESHEARD MRS. BILLIE MUSTIAN MRS. MARY PEARCE 

A.B. B.S., M.Ed. B B A A B 

Algebra, Geometry Bookkeeping, Typing Shorthand, Business English V. S. History, World History 

and Law 






KENNETH PETERS MRS. KATHERINE REICH 

A.B. A.B. 

Algebra, Geometry, Algebra, Geometry 

Commercial Arithmetic 



LILLIAN RHODES 

M.A. 

English 



MRS. ELIZABETH RITTER JOHN ROBINSON 

A.B., M.A. A.B. 

English, Journalism General Science, Biology 



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MRS. VIRGINIA SARAH OLIVE SMITH 
SHACKFORD B.S., M.Ed. 

„ , _ B.A. Algebra, Geometry 

Sth English, Social Studies 



MRS. EULAUA SOLOMON 

A.B., M.E. 

Sth English, Social Studies, 

Spanish 



HERBERT STEPHENS 
A.B. 

Art, English 



HAZEL STEPHENSON 

M.A. 

English 




MRS. MARJORIE 

STEPHENSON 

B.A. 

English 



JOHN TANDY 

A.B., M.A. 

Assistant, Principal, 

Commercial Math 



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WILLIAM WATERS 


F. C. WATTS 


A.B. 


B.S. 


Chorus 


Physics, General Science 



JANIE WEAVER 

A.B. 

V. S. History 




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BILL WEBSTER 

M.Ed. 

Sth Science, Math, 

Physical Education 




RAY WHITLEY 
A.B. 

Sth Science, Math, 
Physical Education 





JEWELL WILLIAMS 
B.A. 

Sth English, Social Studies 



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SHIRLEY WILSON 

U. S. History, World History, 
Physical Education 



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WILSON ALEXANDER,— B.A.— General Math, Science 

JOE McKELDRY— M.A.— 8tb Math, Science 

MRS. BETTY TAYLOR— B.S.—8/A Math, Science 

NANCY JO SMITH— A3.— English, Latin 

NANCY M. WEBSTER— B.A.—8/A English, Social Studies, World History 



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"Good morning, class/ 





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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Ralph Bender, Vice-Pres.; Ran Shaffner, Treas.; Peggy Cryner, Sec; and Bill Farrell, 
Pres. 




SUSAN WOMBLE 

ABERNETHY 

"It's not raining rain for me, 

it's raining daffodils." 

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

Thespians 1; Sophoteers 2; Ser- 

viteers 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls' 

Chorus 1; French Club 3,4; Re- 

segis 4; College Club 4; Officials 

Club 1,2,3,4; Intra-mur. Sports 

1,2,3,4; N.H.S. 4. 



PEGGY JEAN AGEE 
''The best things in life are free." 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1, 
2,3,4; House of Rep. 1,2; Fresh- 
man Service Club 1; Sophoteers 
2; Serviteers 3; College Club 4; 
Resegis 4; Hall Monitor 3,4; 
Page 4; Bowling 3,4; Supply 
Room Clerk 4; Gym Leader 4. 



CHARLES SAMUEL ALLEN 

"To Figgie - - - Sam" 
General Course: French Club 3, 
4, Sec. 3; Tennis 3; Dramatics 
Club3; Art Cub 2; Ushers Club 
3; History Club 4; Hall Moni- 
tor 2; Lab Asst. 3. 



KAY LeMOINE ANGEL 
"To one who waits, a moment 
seems a year." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Serviteers 
3; Football Spons 3; N.H.S. 4; 
Quill and Scroll 3,4; Pine Whis- 
pers 2,3, Exch. Ed. 3; Black and 
Gold 4, Ed. -in-Chief 4; Scribe 
4; Resegis 4; College Club 4; 
Speedball, Intra-mur. 1,2,3,4, 
Var. 3. 




AUDREY ANTHONY 
"Fools rush in where angels 
fear to tread." 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1; 
Freshman Service Club 1; Sopho- 
teers 2; Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; 
Business Club 4; House of Rep. 
3; Red Cross Rep. 2,3; Hall 
Monitor 3; Intra-mur. Basket- 
ball 1,2. 



STEVEN HAYWOOD 
AVERITT 
"Hi Ho Stevereno!" 
Language Course: Football 1,2, 
3,4, Jr. High 1, Scrub 2, Var. 
3,4; Baseball 2, Scrub; Track 3; 
Chorus 1; Sophomore Boys' Club 
2; DeMolay 3,4; Historical Re- 
search Club 4; Monogram Club 
4; Photography Club 1. 



FRANK WALTON AVERY 

"Where there's life, there's love." 
Language Course: Football 1, Jr. 
High 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Jr. 
High 1, Jr. Var. 2,3, Var. 4; 
Baseball 1, Jr. High 1; Track 2; 
Tennis 3,4, Var. 3,4; Confed. 
Mil. Hist. Club 3; Monogram 
Club 4; Soph. Boys' Club 2; Pep 
Board Rep. 4. 



WILLIAM LEON AVERY 

"S.S.C. Forever/" 
Scientific Course: Football 1,2, 
3,4, Jr. High 1, Scrub 2,3, Var. 
4: Basketball 2, Scrub; Track 
2,3, Var. 3; S.S.C. 4; Hi-Y 1,2, 
3,4; House of Rep. 4; Jr.-Sr. 
Dance Committee 3; Science 
Club 4, Pres. 4; Ushers Club 4; 
Confed. Mil. Hist. Club 3; Radio 
Club 2; Movie Projector Club 1. 



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ANNA ELIZABETH BAIR 
"Devil or Angel?" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4, Rep. to State Conv. 2; Chief 
Sr. Marshal 3; Serviteers 3, Pres. 
3; Cheerleader 3,4, Chief 4; 
Class Treas. 2; House of Rep. 4, 
Speaker 4; N.H.S. 4; Scribe 4; 
T.A.C. 4; "Most Popular" 4; 
"Best Ail-Around" 4; Basketball 
Spons. 4; College Club 4; Rese- 
gis 4; French Club 3,4. 



JIMMY EUGENE BAKER 
"Big Jim - - ■ Let's Go!" 
Math Course: Boyden High 
School, Salisbury, N. C. 1,2; 
Baseball Va. 2,3,4; Basketball 
Var. 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; 
Sophomore Boys' Club 2. 



JOSEPH BICKETT BASS 

"Joe" 

Scientific Course: St. Stevens 

High School 1; Math Club 3,4, 

Sec. -Treas. 4. 



CAROLYN BAUGH 
"Just Kiddin' " 
Scientific Course: Choir 3,4; 
Chorus 2,3,4; Red Cross 3,4; 
Thespians 1,2,3; College Club 
4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Gym Leader 2- 
Resegis 4; Y-Teens 1,2; Intra- 
mur. Basketball 1,2,3,4; Intra- 
mur. Speedball 1,2. 




JAMES TAYLOR BEARD 

"Why take life so seriously; you 

Will never get out of it alive." 

Scientific Course: Dramatics 

Club 1; Jr.-Sr. Math Club 2,3 

4, Sec. -Treas. 2,3. 



CAROLYN JANE BENBOW 
"Benni" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4, Pres. 3; Cheerleader 3,4 
Asst. Chief 4; N.H.S. 4; Quill' 
and Scroll 3,4; Asst. Chief Sr. 
Marshal 3; Stud. Coun. 2,3,4, 
Treas. 2; House Court 1,4; Class 
Sec. 2,3; B. and G. Staff 3,4; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Demolay Sweet- 
heart 3; Football Spons. 2,3; 
College Club 4; Resegis 4. 



RALPH STARLING BENDER 

"Chick" 
Scientific Course: Varsity Foot- 
ball Mgr. 2,3,4; Varsity Base- 
ball Mgr. 1,2; Key Club 1,2,3,4 
Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Hi-Y 1,2* 
3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4, Sec. 
4; Teenage Coun. 4; Vice-Pres. 
of Class 3,4. 



COLVIN BESSONETTE 

"Cole" 
Scientific Course: Water Valley, 
Texas 1; Radio Club 3; Confed.' 
Mil. Hist. Club 4; Gen. Business 
Club 1; Basketball 1; Track 1; 
Tennis 1. 




JULIANA THROOP 
BLACKWOOD 

"Boots, 'ton, and a smiling face." 
Language Course: Majorette 1 
2,3,4, Asst. Chief 3, Chief 4; 
Hall Monitor 1,2,3,4; Teenage 
Coun. 1,2,3,4; Alt. Sr. Marshal 
3; College Club 4; Resegis 4- 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Football Spons' 
4; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3- 
Freshman Service Club 1. 




HENRY WAYLAND BLAKE 

"We always live prospectively, 
never retrospectively, and there 
is no abiding moment." 
General Course: Hi-Y 12 3 4- 
Baseball Var. 1,2,3,4; Basketball 
1,2,3,4, Jr. High 1, Jr. Var. 2,3, 
Var. 4; S.S.C. 4; Exec. Coun. 
Pep Board 4; Sophomore Boys' 
Club 2; Jr. Service Club 3- 
Monogram Club 4; Football 
Homecoming Escort 4. 



HELYN ELIZABETH BOST 
"Pretty is as pretty does." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Football Spons. 3; Basket- 
ball Spons. 3; Library Staff 4- 
Business Staff 4; Resegis 4; Col- 
lege Club 4; French Club 3,4; 
Choir 2,3,4, Coun. Member 4- 
Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Of- 
ficials Club 3,4; Serviteers 3; 
Sophoteers 2. 



CHARLES ALBERT BOWDEN 

"Little Charlie" 
Math Course: Projector Club 1- 
Radio Club 3, Pres. 3; History 
Club 4. 



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NANCY PRYOR BOWERS 
"With a song '" »>y heart for 
you." 
Language Course: Girls' Chorus 
1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4, Sec. 3,4; 
State Festival Chorus 2,3,4; 
N.H.S. 4; Y-Teens 3; College 
Club 4; Resegis 4, Co-Chmn. 4; 
Serviteers 3; Sophoteers 2; Fresh- 
man Service Club 1; Softball 
Var. 1; Basketball Intra-mur. 1, 
2,3,4. 



RONALD PERRY BREWER 

"Moderation in all things." 
Graphic Arts Course: Radio 
Club 1; Bible Club 4. 



WELDON EUGENE BRIGMAN 

"Choc" 
Scientific and Industrial Arts 
Course: C. H. Football 1,2,3,4, 
Var. 1,2,3,4; C. H. Baseball 1, 
2,3,4. 



BOBBY BROWN 
"Butch" 

Math Course: Football 1,2,3,4, 
Jr. High 1, Scrub 2; Jr. Var. 3, 
Var. 4; Monogram Club 4; Hi- 
Y 1,2,3,4; S.S.C. 3,4; House of 
Rep. 1,4; Homecoming Escort 
3; Soph. Boys' Club 2; Jr. 
Service Club 3; Jr. Var. Baseball 
2; Movie Projector Club 1. 




EDNA EARLE BROWN 

"Hitch your wagon to a star." 
Social Studies Course: Rose Hill 
High School, Wallace, N. C. 1, 
2; French Club 3,4; Y-Teens 3, 
4; Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; Col- 
lege Club 4. 



HELEN KAY BROWN 
"To err is human, to forgii'e 
divine." 
Language Course: Freshman Ser- 
vice Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Ser- 
viteers 3; Resegis 4; College 
Club 4; Y-Teens 1; N.H.S. 4; 
Intra-mur. Volleyball 1,2; Intra- 
mur. Softball 2; Intra-mur. Ten- 
nis 2. 



JAMES HOWARD BROWN 

"Justice is truth in action." 
Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Track 3,4; Ushers Club 3,4; 
Soph. Boys' Club 2; Confed. 
Mil. Hist. Club 3; History Club 
4, Pres. 4; Pep Board 4. 



CLARA JANE BUCHANAN 

"The only way to have a friend 
is to be one." 
Language Course: Photography 
Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 
3; Resegis 4; College Club 4; 
Y-Teens 2; French Club 3,4; 
Business Staff 4. 




M. WALKER BUCKALEW 
"Buck" 
Language Course: House of Rep. 
3, Sec. 3; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Pres. 1; 
Monogram Club 2,3,4; Nat. 
Forensic League 1,2,3; Key Club 
3,4; Football 2,3,4, Scrub 2; 
Var. 3,4; Basketball 1,2, Var. 
2; Tennis 1, Var. 1; Baseball 
2,4; Jr. Var. 2. 



THEODORE ROBERT 
BUDDINE 

"Nothing is at last sacred save 
the integrity of your own mind." 
Scientific Course: Debating 1,2, 
3,4, Sec. 2, Jr. Var. 3; Dra- 
matics Club 2,3; Jr. Engineers' 
Club 3, Prog. Chmn. *>; Math 
Club 4; Tennis 3,4; Hi-Y 1,2; 
IYC 4; Chess Club 3,4, Pres. 3,4; 
International Students' Society 4. 



WILLIAM MILES BUELL 
"Bill" 
Math Course: DeMolay 1,2,3,4; 
Key Club 4; Boys' Service Ciub 
3; Red Cross 1; House of Rep. 
1; Soph. Boys' Club 2; Football 
1,4, Jr. High 1, Var. 4; Golf 
Team 2; Basketball 3, Jr. Var. 
3; "Best Looking" 4; Freshman 
Service Club 1. 



MARTHA GAYLE BULLE 

"Little Bull" 
Language Course: Wallburg 
High School 1,2; A Capella 
Choir 3,4; Girls' Glee Club 3, 
4; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Serviteers 
3; Homeroom Pres. 3; Y-Teens 
4; Resegis 4; College Club 4; 
French Club 3,4; Intra-mur. Bas- 
ketball 3. 



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BEVERLY ANNE BUNN 
"He too serves a certain purpose. 

who only stands and cheers." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Sophoteers 2, Pres. 2; Col- 
lege Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Li- 
brary Staff 3,4, Sec. 4, Disc. 
Vice-Pres. 3; Football Spons. 3, 
4; Cheerleader 3,4; Business Staff 
4; Sr. Marshal 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, 
Coun. 3; Serviteers 3; Hi-Y 
Sponsor 4; Teenage Coun. 4. 



RALPH WAYNE BURTON 

"Wayne" 
Social Studies Course: Jr. High 
Football 1; Movie Projector 
Club 1; Red Cross Rep. 3; His- 
tory Club 4. 



JUDITH LEAH BUTLER 

"My future lies at 'State' " 
Language Course: Orchestra 1, 
2,3,4; Color Guard 3,4; Home- 
coming Spons. 4; Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Red Cross Rep. 4; Fresh- 
man Service Club 1; Sophoteers 
2; Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; Col- 
lege Club 4; Speedball Intra- 
mur. 1,2,3; Volleyball Intra- 
mur. 1,2,3. 



THOMAS MELVIN BUTNER 

"All is well that ends well." 
Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
DeMolay 2,3,4, Mast. Councilor 
3, Past Mast. Coun. 4; Ushers 
Club 3,4; Jr. Var. Tennis 1,2,3; 
Track Team 3; Band 1,2,3,4; 
Orchestra 4; Soph. Boys' Club 
2; Jr. Boys' Service Club 3; 
French Club 3,4; Confed. Mil. 
Hist. Club 4; Homecoming Es- 
cort 4. 




EMMA LEE CALDWELL 

"It's a big, wide, wonderful 
world." 
Commercial Course: Stoples 
High School, Westport, Conn. 3; 
Y-Teens 1,2,4; Freshman Service 
Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Resegis 
4; Business Club 4; Bowling 
Team 1; Intra-mur. Basketball 
1; Intra-mur. Softball 1. 




STEPHEN GRAY CALAWAY 

"Steve" 
Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
DeMolay 3,4; Ushers Club 4; 
Soph. Boys' Club 2; Jr. Service 
Club 3; History Club 4. 



HENRY CAPPS 

"Snookey" 
Industrial Arts Course. 



JULIA HANNAH CARR 

"I know not what the future 
hath of marvel or surprise." 
Language Course: Girls' Chorus 
1,2,3,4; Choir 3,4; Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; French Club 3,4; Freshman 
Service Club 1; Sophoteers 2; 
Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; College 
Club 4. 






CAROLYN LOIS CARRIKER 

"The sky's the limit." 
Language Course: Freshman Ser- 
vice Club 1; Mixed Chorus 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Intra-mur. Basketball 1,2,3V 
Intra-mur. Speedball 1,2,3;' In- 
tra-mur. Volleyball 1,2,3; Rain- 
bow Girls 2,3,4; Serviteers 3- 
Resegis 4; College Club 4. 




ROBERT MILLS CARTER 

"\Rapid" 
Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4 
DeMolay 3,4, Sr. Councilor 4 
Scrub Baseball 3; Track 4 
Band 1,2,3,4; ReBops 2,3,4; Or 
chestra 4; Instr. Music Club 1, 
Ushers Club 3,4; History Club 
4; French Club 3,4; Jr. Service 
Club 3. 



WILSON ROSSER CARTER 

"Will" 
Language Course: Virginia Epis- 
copal School, Lynchburg, Va. 2; 
A Capella Choir 1,3,4, Vice- 
Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Boys' Chorus 
1,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; S.S.C. 4; Pep 
Board 4, Co-Chmn. 4; Choral 
Ensemble 1,3; History Club 4. 



ROBERT H. CHAMBERS 

"My very chains and I grew 
friends," 
Language Course: Stud. Coun. 
Rep. 1; Key Club 2,3,4, Sec. 4: 
Hi-y 1,2,3,4, Theas. 1, Sec. 2,4; 
Class Pres. 2,3; Soph. Boys' Club 
2, Pres. 2; Jr. Service Club 3, 
Sec.-Treas. 3; Football 2,3,4, 
Scrub 2, Var. 3,4; Baseball 1,2, 
3,4, Jr. High 1, Scrub 2, Var 
3,4. 

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LAWRENCE P. CHAPMAN 

"harry" 
Scientific Course: Football Var. 
4; Golf 1,4; Basketball 1; Movie 
Projector Club 1; Soph. Boys' 
Club 2; Confed. Mil. Hist. Club 
3; History Club 4. 



SALLY ANN CHAPPLE 
"Once, always, and forever, 
Bill." 
Commercial Course: Freshman 
Service Club 1; Sophoteers 2; 
Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; Business 
Club 4; Sec. Business Club 4; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Intra-mur. Soft- 
ball 2. 



GRADY FRANKLIN 
CHATMAN, JR. 

"With a little bit of luck . . ." 
Scientific Course: Art Club 1; 
Movie Projector Club 2; Math 
Club 3,4; Midget Football 1; 
Chess Club 3,4; House of Rep. 
3; Hall Monitor 4. 



CLAUDE HARRISON CLARK 

"Harry" 

General Course. 




WILBA JEAN CLARY 

"She's little, she's spry, there's 
mischief in her eye." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Corr. Sec. 
3, Vice-Pres. 4; Service Clubs 1, 
2,3,4; Girls' Chorus 1; Choir 2; 
Class Sec. 1; C. H. Basketball 
1,2,3,4; C. H. Cheerleader 2,3, 
4; C. H. Monogram Club 3,4; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Scribe 4; Library 
Staff 4; College Club 4; Tennis. 



SANDRA LYNN CLOUSE 
"Santa Clause" 
General Math Course: Franklin 
High School, Franklin, N. C. 1; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; College Club 
4; Football Spons. 4; Hall Moni- 
tor 4; Resegis 4; Nurse's Page 
3; Serviteers 3; Homeroom 
Treas. 4; Basketball 3; Sopho- 
teers 2; Freshman Ser. Club 1. 



JOHNSON BURNS CLINARD 

"Half-a-Cherub" 
Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Orchestra 2,3,4; Instr. Music 
Club 1,2; Dramatics Club 3,4; 
Masque and Gavel 3,4, Pres. 4; 
Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; French Club 3,4; 
N.H.S. 4; Ushers Club 3,4; Pine 
Whispers Staff 3,4; Black and 
Gold Staff 3,4; Hall Monitor 2, 
4; Jr. Town Meeting 3,4. 



DAVID D. COBB 

"A-Ball." 
Math Course: Basketball 2,3,4, 
Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4. 




H. MICHAEL COLLINS 

"Mike" 
Scientific Course: Math Club; 
Track 4. 



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ANNA CONRAD 
"The only way to have a friend 
is to be one." 
Math Course: Chestnut Jr. High 
Wilmington, N. C. 1; Y-Teens 
2,3,4; Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; 
College Club 4; House of Rep. 
3; T.A.C. 4; Hall Monitor 2,3, 
4; Basketball Spons. 2; Football 
Spons. 3,4; Homecoming Queen 
4; Majorette 3,4; "Best Look- 
ing" 4; Hi-Y Sponsor 4. 



JOAN MARY CONRAD 
"A lamp unto my feet, and a 
light unto my path." 
Math Course: Tenafly High 
School, Tenafly, N. J. 1,2; Dra- 
matics Club 3; College Club 4; 
Resegis 4; Hall Monitor 4; Y- 
Teens 4; Student Sec. 4; Office 
Page 4. 



MARILEE CONRAD 

"Say it with music." 
Language Course: A Capella 
Choir 2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 1, 
2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4; Ac- 
companist 1,2,3,4; State Festi- 
val Chorus 3,4; House of Rep. 
1; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Rainbow 
Girls 3,4; Pep Board Rep. 4; 
Serviteers 3; College Club 4; 
Resegis 4, 



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BARRY LYNN COOK 
"L. G." 
Scientific Course: Freshman 
Boys' Club 1; Soph. Boys' Club 
2; Jr. Service Club 3; Mono- 
gram Club 4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; De- 
Molay 3; Key Club 2,3,4; Foot- 
ball 1,2,3,4, Scrub 1,2, Var. 3,4; 
Baseball 1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 1 
Var. 2,3,4. 



VANCE HILTON CORDELL 

"Pylores" 
Scientific Course: Alexander 
Graham Jr. High 1; Football 2 
3,4, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4; Track 
2,3,4; Soph. Boys' Club 2; I.Y.C. 
3,4; Math Club 4. 



DOROTHY LOUISE COX 

"/ would rather heaven let me 

be born without a name, without 

honor, provided I could always 

be with yon." 

Commercial Course: C. H. Var 

Basketball 1,2,3,4, Alt. Capt. 4; 

C. H. Var. Softball 1,2,3,4; 

C. H. Cheerleader 2,4, Asst. 

Chief 2,4; C. H. Monogram 

Club 3,4, Sec. 4; C. H. Glee 

Club 1,2,3,4; Piano 1,2,3; Sr. 

Exec. Comm. 4; Business Club 



Pres. 4; Office Page 4. 



CHRIS D. CRANDELL 
"Chris" 
Scientific Course: House of Rep. 
-+; Red Cross 1; Soph. Boys' 
Club 2; Jr. Service Club 3; 
Thespians 1. 




CHARLOTTE MARIE 
CRANFILL 

"Remember now thy Creator in 
the days of thy youth." 
Commercial Course: Glee Club 
1,2; Thespians 1,2,3; Bible Club 
4; Hall Monitor 2; Gym Leader 
2; Jr. Red Cross 3. 



DONALD RICHARD CRATER 
"Don" 

Industrial Arts Course: Varsity 
Football 1,2,3,4. 



JUDITH LANE CREWS 
"Somebody up there likes me." 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1, 
2,3,4; Freshman Service Club 1 ;' 
Sophoteers 2: Serviteers 3; Re- 
segis 4; Hall Monitor 1,2,3; 
Homeroom Sec. 1; Business Club 
4; Intra-mur. Basketball 1,2,3; 
Intra-mur. Softball 1,2,3. 



PATRICIA ANNE CREWS 
"My beloved is mine, and I am 
his: he feedeth among the 
lilies.'* 
Language Course: Band 1; Mu- 
sic Appreciation 1; French 
Club 3,4; Office Page 2; Gym 
Leader 2; Sophoteers 2; Servi- 
teers 3; Jr. Red Cross 3,4; Re- 
segis 4; College Club 4; Y- 
Teens 2,3,4. 




PEGGY JEAN CRYNER 

"Halo?" 
Language Course: Student Coun- 
cil 2, Soph. Rep. 2; Class Sec. 
4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; State Music 
Festival 3; Girls' Chorus 1,3 4- 
Mixed Chorus 3,4; Sophoteers 
2; Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; Col- 
lege Club 4; French Club 3 4 
Pres. 3; Football Sponsor 4 



JOHN THEODORE CURLEE 
"Curly" 
Scientific Course: Football 3,4, 
Scrub 3, Var. 4; Track 2,3,4; 
Monogram Club 4; Key Club 4; 
Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; DeMolay 3,4; 
Soph. Boys' Club 2; Jr. Service 
Club 3; Ushers Club 2,3; Fresh- 
man Boys Club 1; History Club 
4, Pres. 4; Basketball Escort 4. 





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NICHOLAS A. DAVES 
"Nicky" 
Language Course: Freshman 
Boys' Club 1; Soph. Boys' Club 
2; Jr. Service Club 3; Ushers 
Club 3,4; History Club 4; Treas 
4; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Jr. High 1 
Scrub 2,3, Var. 4; Hall Moni- 
tor 3,4; I.Y.C. 3,4, Exec. Coun. 



WILLIAM PRESTON 
DAVIDSON 

"Dog" 
Math Course: Football 1,2,3,4, 
C. H. Var. 1,2,3,4; Basketball 
C. H. Jr. Var. 1, Var. 2,3,4; 
Baseball 1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 1, Var. 
2,3,4; C. H. Monogram Club 
2,3,4, Pres. 4; C. H. M.Y.F. 
Council Pres. 4; C. H. Ushers 
Guild 4. 



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ALLEN MEBANE DAVIS 

"Meb" 
Scientific Course: Scrub Foot- 
ball 3; Midget Football 1; His- 
tory Club 4; Soph. Boys' Club 
2; Projector Club 1. 



ALLEN RICHARDSON DAVIS 
"Beebe — Billy and Jeb's Sister." 
Language Course: Sophoteers 2 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, I.C.C. 2,4, Sec 
3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Serviteers 3 
Treas. 3; College Club 4; Sr 
Marshal 3; Library Staff 4, Sec 
4; Teenage Council 4; Cheer 
leader 4; Football Homecoming 
Spons. 2,3,4; Basketball Spons. 
4; Homecoming Queen 4; Re- 
segis 4; Homeroom Treas. 4. 



JERRY DAVIS 

"J. G. O.K. 'S'go!" 

Scientific Course: Baseball 2,3, 
4, Var. 2,3,4; Football 2,4, Jr. 
Varsity 2, Var 4; Basketball 2, 
3,4, Jr. Var. 2, 3, Var. 4. 



LINWOOD LAYFIELD DAVIS 

"Linnie" 
Language Course: Football 1,2, 
3,4, Scrub 1, Var. 2,3,4, Co- 
Capt. 4, All-Conference 4; Key 
Club 1,2,3,4, Treas. 4; House 
of Rep. 1; Monogram Club 2, 
3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 1, 
Chaplain 4; Teenage Council 3, 
4; Track 1,2; Basketball 1, Jr. 
High 1; Board of Control 3,4; 
National Honor Society 4. 




MARY MARTHA DAVIS 

"I'm from the Children's Home, 

I couldn't be prouder!" 
Language Course: C. H. Basket- 
ball 1; Jr. Var. 1; C. H. Soft- 
ball 1,2, Var. 1,2; C. H. Glee 
Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; C. H. 
M.Y.F. 1,2,3,4, Sec. 4; C. H. 
Cheerleader 4; Dramatics Club 
1: French Club 3,4; College 
Club 4; S.N.O.M. Club 1,3,4; V- 
Pres. 4; D.W.D. 1; Resegis 4. 



PAUL MICHAEL DAVIS 

"Mike" 
Scientific Course: Football 1,3, 
4, Midget 1, Scrub 3, Var. 4; 
Soph. Boys' Club 2; Jr. Service 
Club 3; Projector Club 1. 



RICHARD DAVIS 

"Rick" 
Scientific Course: Track 1,4; 
Basketball 1,2, Jr. High 1, Jr. 
Var. 2; History Club 4; Soph. 
Boys' Club 2; Homecoming Es- 
cort 4; Hi-Y 1,2; Ushers Club 
4; Confed. Mil. Hist. Club 3; 
Declamation Contest 3. 



MARTHA LOU DILLON 

"To err is human; to forgive, 
divine." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; 
College Club 4; Resegis 4; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Board Rep. 
4; Rainbow Girls 3,4; Freshman 
Service Club 1; Intra-mur. Bas- 
ketball and Softball 2,3,4; Ten- 
nis 2,3; Brush and Pallette 1. 




SHIRLEY FAYE DIXON 

"Someday 'sticks' will find a 
limb." 
Home Economics Course: C. H. 
Basketball 1,2,3,4, Var. 1,2,3,4, 
Alt. Capt. 4; C. H. Softball 1,2, 
3,4, Var. 1,2,3,4; Business Club 
4; C. H. Monogram Club 3,4; 
S.N.O.M. Club 2,3,4, Sec. 4; 
Hall Monitor 3. 



HELEN SUZAN DOUGLAS 
"Count thyself rich when thou 
hast found a friend." 
Language Course: Salem Aca- 
demy 3; Y-Teens 1,2,4, Treas 2; 
G.A.A. 2; Var. Tennis 1,2,4; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Re- 
segis 4; College Club 4; French 
Club 4; Hall Monitor 1,2,3,4. 



BONNIE RITA DOWELI. 

"The hours that make us happy, 

make us wise." 
Language Course: C. H. Var. 
Basketball 1,2; C. H. Var. Soft- 
ball 1,2; C. H. Glee Club 1,2; 
C. H. Basketball Cheer eader; 
C.H.D.W.S. Pres. 1,2; S.N.O.M. 
Club 1,2; Hall Monitor 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Re- 
segis 4. 



ELIZABETH BECK EARP 

"Wyalt - - Cronje's daughter." 
Language Course: Wake Forest 
High School 1,2; Serviteers 3; 
Resegis 4; College Club 4; 
N.H.S. 4; Hall Monitor 3,4; Y- 
Teens 3,4, Pres. 4; French Club 
3, Vice-Pres. 3; Jr. Red Cross 
3; Basketball 3, Var. 3. 



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SARAH ELIZABETH EBERT 

"Tomorrow's life is too late; live 

today." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4, Treas. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Band 1,2,3, Sec. 2; Instr. Music 
Club 1,2; Serviteers 3; Resegis 
4; College Club 4; Library Staff 
3,4; Business Staff 4; House of 
Rep. 2,3, Treas. 2, Jr. Rp. 3; 
N.H.S. 4; Speedball Var. 4; 
Hall Monitor 3. 



MARY LOUISE EFIRD 

"Oh yet we trust that somehow 

good will be the final goal 

of ill." 

Language Course: Hall Monitor 

1,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Girls' Glee 

Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; A Ca- 

pella Choir 2,3,4, Coun. 3,4, 

Treas. 4; Serviteers 3; Red Cross 

3; State Fest. Chor. 2,3; N.H.S. 

3,4, Treas. 4; Football Sponsor 

4; College Club 4; Resegis 4. 




CHARLES LOWREY ELKINS 
"// everyone would light just 
one little candle." 
Language Course: N.H.S. 3,4, 
Vice-Pres. 4; Deb. Club 2,3,4, 
Sec. 4; Deb. Team 1,2,3,4, Var. 
3,4; Red Cross 1,3,4; World 
Peace Sp. Con. Win. 2; M and 
G 2,3,"4, Pres. 3, Sec. 4; Nat. 
Forensic League 1,2,3,4, Sec. 3 
Vice-Pres. .4; Hi-Y 1, Chap. 1; 
Pres. 3,4; House of Rep. 1. 



MARTHA ELEANOR ELLER 

"I've seen the past, I love the 
present, and I'm eager for 
the future." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2 
3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Quill and Scroll 
3,4; Pine Whispers 3,4, Ed-in- 
Chief 4; Black and Gold Art 
Editor 3; Scribe 4; House of 
Rep. 4; College Club 4; Resegis 
4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Council 3,4; 
Serviteers 3; Sophoteers 2. 




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WANDA CARLENE ELLIOTT 

"Parting is such sweet sorrow." 
Language Course: Chorus 1,2; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Freshman Ser- 
vice Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Servi- 
teers 3; Resegis 4; College Club 
4; Intra-mur. Speedball 1; In- 
tra-mur. Softball 1,2; Intra-mur 
Basketball 1. 



RONALD ENDERS 

"Ron" 
Scientific Course: Football 1 
Midget 1; Track 3,4, Var. 3,4; 
Soph. Boys' Club 2; Hall Moni- 
tor 3; DeMolay 4; History Club 
4, Sec. 4. 



JERRY NORRIS ESSIC 

"Finally" 
Scientific Course: Photography 
Club 1; Soph. Boys' Club 2; Jr. 
Service Club 3; History Club 4; 
Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 3,4; Re- 
Bops 3,4; Track 2,3,4; DeMo- 
lay 2,3,4. 




JERRY COVINGTON EVANS 
"Success begins with a fellow's 

will." 
Language Course: Key Club 1,2, 
3,4; Stud. Coun. 3,4, Sec. 3,4 
Pres. 4; T.A.C. 2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2, 
3,-*; Jr. Boys' Service Club 3, 
Pres. 3; Var. Baseball 1,2,3,4; 
Basketball 1,2,3,4, Jr. High 1 
Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4, Capt. 4; 
"Most Popular" 4; "Best All 
Around" 4. 




MARTHA JEAN EVANS 
"That'll be the day, sis." 
Commercial Course: Freshman 
Service Club 1; Sophoteers 2; 
Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; Business 
Club 4; Y-Teens 1,2,4; Red 
Cross Rep. 3; Nurse's Room 
Page 2; Bowling Team 2,3; 
Intra-mur. Volleyball 1; Intra- 
mur. Basketball 1,3; Hall Moni- 
tor 1. 



WILLIAM FRANKLIN 
FARRELL 
"John" 
General Math Course: Key Club 
2,3,4, Pres. 4; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Sec. 
3; Confed. Mil. Hist. Club 3, 
Vice-Pres. 3; Class President 4; 
"Friendliest" 4; Track 2,3,4; 
Football 1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 1,2, 
Var. 3,4; Basketball 1, Scrub 1. 



OMNIA' FRED FOWLER 

"Big body, little brains." 
Math Course: Basketball 1,2,3, 
4, Jr. High 1, Var. 2,3,4; Base- 
ball 1,2; Track 2,4; Movie Pro- 
jector Club 1, Sec. 1; Mono- 
gram Club 2,3,4. 




FRANCES R. FOX 

"// was a wonderful day!" 
Commercial Course: C. H. Glee 
Club 1,2,3; Business Club 4; 
S.N.O.M. Club 1,2,3, Treas. 1, 
2,3; Resegis 4; C. H. Basketball 
Alt. Cheerleader 3; C. H. Bas- 
ketball 1,2, Mgr. 4; C. H. Soft- 
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CHRISTOPHER WESTERLING 
FRENCH 

"Liberty of thought is the life 
of the soul." 
Language Course: Dramatics 
Club 1; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Soph. 
Boys' Club 2; Track 2,3,4; 
French Club 3,4, Treas. 3, Pres. 
4; House of Rep. 3; Confed. 
Mil. Hist. Club 3; History Club 
4. 



TERA ADELAIDE FRIZZELLE 

"All is well that ends well." 
Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2, 
4; Instr. Music Club 1,2,3; Col- 
lege Club 4; Rainbow Girls 3,4; 
W.A. 4; Grand Rep. to Hawaii 
4; DeMolay Sweetheart 4. 



CHARLES FRANKLIN 
GAMBLE 

"Rowing, not drifting." 
Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4 
DeMolay 3,4, Preceptor 3 
Ushers Club 3,4; Tennis 3.4 
Track 4; Instr. Music Club 1 
Soph. Boys' Club 2; Jr. Service 
Club 3; History Club 4. 



KATHRYN WILKINS 
GARNER 

"Sonria Vd. y todo el mundo 
sonreira con Vd." 
Language Course: A Capella 
Choir 2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 1, 
2,3,4; State Fest. Chor. 2,3,4; 
Thespians 1,2; House of Rep. 3; 
Basketball Spon. 4; Hall Moni- 
tor 3,4; Serviteers 3; Rainbow 
Girls 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Re- 
segis 4; College Club 4. 





AURELIA PAULINE GIBSON 
"He's big. strong, handsome, 
and his name is Don." 
Commercial Course: Freshman 
Service Club 1; Sophoteers 2; 
Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; Y-Teens 
1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3, Intra- 
mur. 1,2, Var. 3; Volleyball 1, 
2, Intra-mur. 1,2. 



ROBERT MAYNOR GILL 
"Hob" 
Language Course: Basketball 1; 
History Club 4; Soph. Boys' 
Club 2; Jr. Service Ciub 3; 
Band 1,2; Track 4. 



DAVID JOHN GOODE 
"To strive, to seek, to find, and 
not to yield." 
Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4, 
Marching 1,2,3,4, Concert 2,3,4; 
Orchestra 3,4; ReBops 3,4; Hi-Y 
1,2,3,4; Ushers Club 3,4; De- 
Molay 3,4, Scribe 4; Debating 
Club 3; Jr. Var. Debating 3,4; 
Jr. Var. Tennis 4; Instr. Music 
Club 2,3,4; N.H.S. 4; Jr. Red 
Cross 3,4. 



JULIE ANNE GOODWIN 
"Mouse" 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Pine Whis- 
pers 2,3,4, Exchange Ed. 3, Ed. 
Staff 4; Black and Gold Staff 
,3,4; T.A.C. 1,2,3,4, Sec. 3, 
Pres. 4; Library Staff 4; Foot- 
ball Spons. 3; Var. Speedball 1, 
2; Business Staff 4; College Club 
4; Resegis 4; Gym Leaders Club 
1,2, Treas. 2. 




ALICE LOUISE GRANT 

"Robbing along." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4, Sec. 2; Majorette 3; Cheer- 
leader 4; N.H.S 3,4; Quill and 
Scroll 3,4; Sr. Marshal 3; Black 
and Gold 3,4, Asst. Ed. 3, Sr. 
Ed. 4; House Court 4, Spkr. Pro 
Tern. 4; Football Spons. 2,4; 
Library Staff 4; Hall Monitor 
1,3; Pine Whispers Staff 3,4; 
French Club 3,4. 

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VIRGINIA ELIZABETH 
GRIFFITH 

"li#" 
Language Course: N. C. All- 
State Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Hall 
Monitor 2,3,4; Marching Band 
1,2,3; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Instr. 
Music Club 1,2,3,4, Treas. 4; 
Sat. Morning Bowling League 
2,3; Serviteers 3; French Club 
3,4; ReBops 3, Vocalist 3. 



JOANN HANKS 
"My heart just won't say 
'Goodbye' " 
Math Course: Y-Teens 1,2; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Council 4; 
Sophoteers 2, Treas. 2; Major- 
ette 2,3, Twirler 2,3; Gym 
Leaders 2,3,4; Sr. Marshal 3; 
Football Sponsor 4; Cheerleader 
4; "Friendliest" 4; Resegis 4; 
College Club 4; Serviteers 3; 
Basketball Sponsor 4. 



LINDA LOUISE HARDIE 

"The best things in life come 

in small packages." 

Language Course: Hanes 1; 

Greensbor Sr. High 2; Intra-mur. 

Sports 3,4; Serviteers 3; Y-Teens 

1,2,3,4; College Club 4; Resigis 

4; House of Rep. 4; Student Sec. 

4; Black and Gild Staff 4, Cir. 

Mgr. i; Pine Whispers Staff 4; 

Exchange Editor 4; Football 

Sponsor 4. 




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MARJORIE FAYE HARP 
"My heart belongs to a 'King'." 
Commercial Course: Freshman 
Service Club 1; Sophoteers 2; 
Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; Business 
Club 4; Hall Monitor 1,2. 



JAMES CLIFTON HART 
"It's the set of the soul that 
determines the goal." 
Language Course: N.H.S. 3,4; 
Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1; In- 
strumental Music Club 1; Ten- 
nis 1,2,3,4, Var. 1,2,3,4; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 2,3,4; 
Monogram Club 2,3,4; I.Y.C. 3, 
4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4. 



JEANNE HAUSER 
"/ just don't know." 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1, 
2,3,4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Re- 
segis 4; Business Club 4, Treas. 
4; Hall Monitor 1; Football 
Sponsor 4; Intra-mur. Softball 
2,4; Intra-mur. Basketball 2,4; 
Gym Leader 4. 



BROOKS HARPER 
HAWORTH 

"Anyone for tennis?" 
Social Studies Course: Basketball 
1,2,3,4, Var. 2,3,4; Tennis Var. 
1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4- 
DeMolay 1,2,3,4; Sophomore 
Boys' Club 2. 




PHYLLIS ALINE HAYES 
"The best is yet to be." 
Language Course: Freshman Ser- 
vice Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Ser- 
viteers 3; College Club 4; Re- 
segis 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Jr. 
Nominating Committee 3; Red 
Cross Rep. 2,3; House of Rep. 
2; Hall Monitor 1,3,4; Black 
and Gold Staff 3, Jr. Ed. 3; 
Pine Whispers Staff 3,4, Ex- 
change Editor 4. 



PAUL CLIFTON HEIST 

"Each little thing done better is 
the thin end of the nedge of 
something bigger." 
Math Course: Key Club 2,3,4; 
Sophomore Boys' Club 2; Foot- 
ball 1,3,4, Jr. Var. 1, Scrub 3, 
Var. 4; Basketball Jr. Var. 1; 
Track 4. 




GLADYS JAMIESON HENRY 

"With faith in the future and 

some knowledge from the past, 

I plunge into the present." 

Language Course: Art Club 1; 

Dramatics Club 2,3; College 

Club 4; Resegis 4; Rainbow 

Officer; G.A.A. 3; Jr. Red Cross 

4; Y-Teens 2,3; Office Page 1; 

Receptionist 3. 



JANE CAROL HESTER 
"Manner, not gold, is woman's 
best adornment." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Brush and Palette 1; Hall 
Monitor 2,4; Jr. Red Cross 3; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; 
French Club 3,4; Girls' Chorus 
3,4; A Capella Choir 3,4; Col- 
lege Club 4; Resegis 4; Rain- 
bow 4. 




JAMES RONALD 
HITCHCOCK 

"The kindest man, the best- 
condition'd and unwearied 
spirit in doing courtesies." 
Scientific Course: Science Club 
2,3; Math Club 2,3,4; Sr. Exec- 
utive Comm.; Movie Projector 
Club 3; College Club. 



JULIA GRAY HOBSON 
"Where there's a will, there's 
a tv ay." 
Math Course: G.A.A. 2,3,4, 
Council 3,4; Resigis 4; College 
Club 4; Red Cross Rep. 1,2,3,4, 
Vice-Pres. 3,4; Serviteers3; Y- 
Teens 1,2, Sec. 1; Girls' Chorus 
1,2; Speedball 1,2,3,4, Var. 4; 
Softball Var. 1,2,3,4; Volleyball, 
Intra-mur. 1,2,3,4; Basketball, 
Intra-mur. 1,2,3,4. 



MARGARET FAY HOBSON 

"Above all our life we love a 
steadfast friend." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Girls' Chorus 1; Red Cross 
1,2,3,4, Treas. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, 
Coun. 4; Speedball 1,2,3,4, Var. 
2,3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4, Var. 1, 
2,3,4; French Club 3,4; Sopho- 
teers 2; Serviteers 3; College 
Club 4; Resegis 4; Pep Board 4. 



CECIL HOLCOMB 

"Embryo" 
Scientific Course: Football 1,2 
3,4, Scrub 1, Var. 2,3,4, Co- 
Capt. 4, Shrine Bowl Rep. 4; 
Baseball 1,2,3,4, Jr. High 1, 
Scrub 2, Var. 3,4; Key Club 1, 
2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3; 
House of Rep. 2; N.H.S. 3,4; 
Monogram Club 2,3,4, Vice- 
Pres. 4; "Most Athletic" 4. 



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CHARLES ROBERT HOLDER 

"Don't get panicky!" 
Scientific Course: Basketball 1, 
2; Confed. Mil. Hist. Club 3; 
Military History Club 4; Sopho- 
more Boys' Club 2. 



ESTIE HONEYCUTT 

"I'm trying to say 'thank you' 

for my 'Home,' 'Education,' and 

your 'friendship'." 
Home Economics-General Course: 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Softball 1, 
2,3,4; C. H. Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 
C. H. Monogram Club 3,4; 
S.N.O.M. Club 1,2,3,4, Pres 4, 
Sec. 3; Business Club 4; Secre- 
tary of S.S. Class; C.H.D.W. 
Society, Pres. 4. 



JOHN HASTINGS HOPKINS 

"Hop" 
Math Course: Marching Band 
4; ReBops 3,4; Concert Band 4; 
Instrumental Music Club 4. 



BETTY LOU HORTON 

"Whither thou goest, I will go." 
Language Course: Chorus 1,2,3, 
4; Choir 3,4; Freshman Service 
Club 1; Y-Teens 1,2; Sopho- 
teers 2; Serviteers 3; French 
Club 3,4; Resegis 4. 





FORREST ROLLAND 
HOUSTAN 

"To strive, to seek, to find, and 
not to yield." 
Language Course: Band 2,3,4; 
Movie Projector Club 1; Sopho- 
more Boys' Club 2; Confed. Mil. 
Hist. 3; History Club 4; Hi-Y 
1,2,3,4; Ushers Club 3,4; Or- 
chestra 4; ReBops 4; Jr. Var. 
Tennis 3. 



WILLIAM F. HUNTER 

"Bill" 
Scientific Course: Old Town 
High School 1; Northwest High 
School 2,3; Key Club 2,3,4; 
French Club 4; Hi-Y 1. 



MARY LOUISE HURST 

"Hope springs eternal." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Re- 
segis 4; College Club 4; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Pine 
Whispers Staff 3,4; Black and 
Gold Staff 3,4; Tennis 2,3,4, 
Var. 3,4; Basketball Int.-mur. 
1,2,3,4. 



J. STANFORD HUTCHESON 

"Nothing but the best is good 
enough." 
Scientific Course: Movie Opera- 
tor 1; Projector Club 1; Hi-Y 
1,2; Math Contest 3,4; Math 
Club 3,4; Sophomore Boys' 
Club 2. 




SANDRA IVEY 

"// you can dream, and not 
make dreams your master." 
Math Course: Hanes High 
School 1; Sophoteers 2; Servi- 
teers 3; Hall Monitor 2,3; Re- 
segis 4; Business Club 4. 



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WILLIAM McKIVER 
JACKSON 

"Give to the world the best yon 
have, and the best will come 
back to you." 
Scientific Course: N.H.S. 3,4, 
Pres. 4; Football 2,3,4, Scrub 2, 
3, Var. 4; Band 2,3,4, Treas. 3, 
Pres. 4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Re- 
Bops 2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4, V.-Pres. 
4; Key Club 3,4; Stud. Coun. 4; 
"Most Likely to Succeed" 4. 



CAROLYN MARIE JARVIS 
"'The unspoken word never does 

harm." 
Language Course: Brush and 
Palette Club 1, Pres. 1; Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4, I.C.C. 3; Sophoteers 2; 
Serviteers 3, Sec. 3; Red Cross 3; 
House of Rep. 3; French Club 
3,4; Business Staff 4; Black and 
Gold 4, Art Ed. 4; Resegis 4, 
Chmn. 4; College Club 4; Intra- 
mur. Basketball 2,3,4. 



KATHARINE RIVES JONES 
"To strive, to seek, to find, and 
not to yield." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2; 
Thespians 1,2,3; Office Page 1, 
2,3,4; Jr. Red Cross 3; College 
Club 4; Resegis 4; Intra-mur. 
Speedball 4; Intra-mur. Basket- 
ball 2; Intra-mur. Volleyball 2; 
Intra-mur. Softball 2. 



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LARRY MASTEN JONES 

"Mac" 
Scientific Course: Baseball 2,3, 
4, Scrub 2,3, Var. 4; Basketball 
3, Scrub 3. 



CLYDE ALWYN 
JOHNSON, JR. 
"Chip" 
Language Course: Football 1,2, 
Jr. High 1, Scrub 2; Basketball 
Var. Mgr. 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4, 
Var. 3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Treas. 
2; Soph. Boys' Club 2; Jr. Ser- 
vice Club 3; Monogram Club 
3,4; DeMolay 2,3,4; Ushers 
Club 3,4; Hall Monitor 3; Pep 
Board 4; Executive Comm. 4. 



JAMES NORVELL 
JOHNSON, JR. 
"Johnny" 
Scientific Course: Band 
Sophomore Boys' Club 2; 
Service Club 3; Track 3,4; 



1,2; 
Jr. 

Jr. 



Science Club 4; Music Appre- 
ciation Club 1. 



JUDY LeCLAIRE JOHNSON 
"/ have seen the past, I love the 
present, and I am waiting jar 
the future." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Re- 
segis 4; College Club 4; French 
Club 3,4; Office Page 4; Rain- 
bow Girls 3,4. 




MARY NORRIS JOHNSTON 

"Blossom" 
Language Course: N.H.S. 3,4, 
Devot. Chmn. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, 
Council 4; Gym Leader 3; A 
Capella Choir 3,4, Council 3; 
Girls' Chorus 2,3,4; Office Page 
1; Hall Monitor 4; Y-Teens 1, 
2,3,4; College Club 4; Resegis 
4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3. 



HOWARD EUGENE 
KELLY, JR. 

"The biggest battle a man has 

to fight is with himself." 

Math Course: Dramatics Club 1, 

2,3,4, Pres. 4; Key Club Follies 

2,3,4; Pep Board 4; Band 4. 






MARGARET VIRGINIA KEY 

"Look Onward" 
Language Course: Freshman Ser- 
vice Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Ser- 
viteers 3; College Club 4; Rese- 
gis 4; G.A.A. 3,4; Jr. Red Cross 
3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 
1,2; Officials Club 2,3,4; Var. 
Softball 2,3; Intra-mur. Sports 
1,2,3,4. 



LINDA LOUISE KIRBY 
"Do you ever stop and ask, 'Is 
it all going to happen again'?" 
Language Course: Pine Whis- 
pers 3,4, Feature Ed. 4; Major- 
ette 3,4; Business Staff 4; Black 
and Gold 3,4; House of Rep. 2; 
French Club 3,4, Sec. 4; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; College Club 4, Sec. 4; 
Resegis 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Jr. 
Var. 3, Co-Capt. 3; Var. 4, Co- 
Capt. 4. 




MARY KATHERINE KIRBY 

"Kay" 
Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2,3 
4; Gym Leader 3; Tennis Var 
1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Vice 
Pres. 1; Basketball Spons. 3 
College Club 4; Resegis 4; Hall 
Monitor 2,3,4; Sophoteers 2: 
N.H.S. 4; Business Staff 4; Jr 
Red Cross 2; Serviteers 3 
Freshman Service Club 1. 



NORMA ELLEN KNUTTON 

"There's a rainbow 'round my 
shoulder." 
Math Course: Hanes High 1,2, 
3; Masque and Gavel 3,4; Rain- 
bow 1,2,3,4, Worthy Advisor 4; 
College Club 4. 



JUDITH ANN KOELMEL 
"Judy" 
Language Course: Freshman Ser- 
vice Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Ser- 
viteers 3; Resegis 4; College 
Club 4; Rainbow Girls 2,3,4 
Treas. 2; Officials Club 1,2,3,4; 
Gym Leader 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 
4; Speedball Intra-mur. 1,2,3,4, 
Var. 3,4; Basketball Intra-mur. 
1,2,3,4; Softball 2,3,4, Intra- 
mur. 2,3,4, Var. 3. 



GERALD FRANCIS LACKEY 
"Jerry" 
Scientific and Math Course: 
Track 3; Radio Club 2, Vice- 
Pres. 2; Scrub Basketball 1; 
Confed. Mil. Hist. Club 3; 
Sciene Club 4; NW. District 
Science Fair 1. 



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TALMADGE LANE 

"Why waste a word?" 

Math Course. 



CARLOS EDWIN LEWIS 

"Chico" 
Language Course: Movie Pro- 
jector Club 1, Vice-Pres. 1; 
Sophomore Boys' Club 2; Jr. 
Service Club 3; History Club 
4; Confed. Mil. Hist. Club 3; 
Red Cross Rep. 1,2; Track 3,4, 
Var. 3,4. 



GAITHER CHARLES LEWIS 

"Sleepy" 
Language Course: Baseball 1,3, 
Jr. High 1, Scrub 3; Football 1, 
3,4, Jr. High 1, Jr. Var. 3, 
Var. Mgr. 4; Soph. Boys' Club 
2; Jr. Service Club 3; S.S.C. 2, 
3; Ushers Club 3; Monogram 
Club 4. 



CATHY HEATH LITTLE 
"Short and sweet," 
Language Course: Teenage Coun- 
cil 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Jr. 
Red Cross 1,2,3, Sec. 2, Pres. 3; 
Business Staff 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, 
Council 3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
House of Rep. 2; College Club 
4; Resegis 4; Hall Monitor 3,4; 
Basketball Mgr. 3; Serviteers 3; 
Gym Leaders Club 3. 




GARY THOMAS LONG 

"Timet" 
Math Course: Football 2,3,4, 
Jr. Var. 2,3, Var. 4; Track 2; 
Hi-Y 2,3,4; DeMolay 2,3,4; 
Photographer 1; House of Rep. 
2; Photography Club 1; Mono- 
gram Club 4; Electragonist 3, 
4; History Club 4; Sophomore 
Boys' Club 2. 



NEAL DAVIS LOWRANCE 

"Nunc animus opus." 
Language Course: Football 1,2, 
3,4, Jr. High 1, Scrub 2, Var. 
3,4; Track 2,3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4, 
Vice-Pres. 3; Monogram Club 3, 
4; S.S.C. 3,4, Sec. 4. 



BOBBY LOYD 

"Happiness seems made to be 
shared." 
Scientific Course: Thespians 1, 
2; Math Club 3,4; Hall Moni- 
tor 2. 



BARBARA ANNE MABE 

"You might not have another 

chance." 

General Course: Aycock Jr. 

High 1 ; Greensboro Senior High 

2,3; Orchestra 4; Dramatic 4. 




MARY WOLFF MADDREY 
"Woljfie" 
Language Course: Freshman Ser- 
vice Club 1; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, 
Sec. 1, Vice-Pres. 2; French Club 
3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Sophoteers 2; 
College Club 4; Resegis 4; Busi- 
ness Staff 4. 



JIMMY MELVIN MANUEL 
"For to tne to live is Christ, and 

to die is gain." 
Scientific Course: Basketball 1, 
2,3,4, Jr. High 1, Jr. Var. 2, 
Var. 3,4; Baseball 1,2, Jr. High 
1, Jr. Var. 2; Monogram Club 
3,4; Bible Club 4, Pres. 4; Jr. 
Service Club 3; Sophomore Boys' 
Club 2. 



SARAH ANN MARSHALL 
"What can 1 do next?" 
Commercial Course: Band 1,2,3, 
4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1, 
2,3,4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Col- 
lege Club 4; Resegis 4; Bowling 
1,3,4, Captain 3,4; Intra-mur. 
Softball 2,4; Intra-mur. Basket- 
ball 1,2,4, Captain 1,2; G.A.A. 
1,2,3,4; Hall Monitor 1. 



MARION JACKSON 
MARSHBANKS 
"Blimpy" 
Mathematics Course: Football 
Scrub 1,2, Var. 3,4; Baseball 
Scrub 1; Track 2; Dramatics 
Club 1; Sophomore Boys' Club 
2; Junior Service Club 3; Junior 
Engineers Club 2. 



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JOHN M. MARTIN 
"The best is yet to be." 
Scientific Course: Instrumental 
Music Club 1; Ushers 3,4; Hi- 
Y 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 3; 
DeMolay 3,4, Asst. Srcibe 4, 
Jr. Steward 4; Tennis 3; Decla- 
mation Contest 3; Orchestra 4; 
History Club 4; Band 1,2,3,4; 
National Honor Society 4. 




NOEMI SOUZA MAYA 
"There lives more jaith in honest 
doubt, believe me, than in half 
the creeds," 
Math Course: Hall Monitor 1,2, 
3; Thespians 2,3,4; Bowling 2; 
Jr. Red Cross 3,4; Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 3. 



ROBERT ALFRED MAYER, JR. 
"How dull it is to pause to make 
an end: To rust unburnished, 
not to shine in use!" 
Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Band 1,2,3,4; Drum Major 2,3, 
4, Vice-Pres. 4; Tennis 1,2,3,4, 
Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4; Orchestra 
1,2,3,4; Basketball Scrubs 2,3; 
ReBops 2,3,4; Instrumental Mu- 
sic Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3,4; 
DeMolay 4; N.H.S. 4. 



ELIZABETH CLARKE 
McCANLESS 
"Second thoughts are even 
wiser." 
Language Course: Girls' Chorus 
1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; G.A.A 1, 
2,3,4, Council 3,4; Gym Leader 
2,3; Speedball Var. 2,3,4; Soft- 
ball Var. 2; Hall Monitor 4; 
College Club 4; Resegis 4; Servi- 
teers 3; Sophoteers 2; Freshman 
Service Club 1. 




edna McCarthy 

"Laugh and be merry!" 
Social Studies Course: Science 
Hill, S. C, Johnson City, Tenn. 
1,2,3; College Club 4; Y-Teens 
4; Resegis 4; Girls' Chorus 4. 




MARSHA JEAN McDOWELL 
"To strive, too seek, to find, and 

not to yield." 
Language Course: Girls' Chorus 
1,2,3,4; Choir 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, 
3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Freshman 
Service Club 1; Sophoteers 2; 
Serviteers 3; College Club 4; 
Treas. 4; Resegis 4; Bowling 2, 
3; Intra-mur. Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Intra-mur. Volleyball 2,3,4. 




MARY FRANKLIN McGEHEE 

"Frankie" 
Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Instrumental 
Music Club 1,2,3, Sec. 3; Col- 
lege Club 4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Re- 
Bops 3,4, Accompanist; French 
Club 3,4, Pres. 4; Hall Moni- 
tor 4. 



JULIAN KEITH McKENZIE 
"Jules" 

Scientific Course: Sophomore 
Boys' Club 2; Junior Boys' Club 
3; Ushers Club 3,4; Senior Ser- 
vice Club 4; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Treas. 
3; History Research 4. 




MARTHA LEAK McKENZIE 
"Foot loose and Fancy Free." 
Language Course: Speedball Var. 
1; G.A.A. 3,4; Serviteers 3; Col- 
lege Club 4; Sophoteers 2; Pep 
Board 4; Resegis 4; Jr. Red 
Cross Rep. 3; Hall Monitor 3, 
4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Intra-mur. 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Intra-mur. 
Softball 1,2,3; "Wittiest" 4. 



MARY ELIZABETH 
McKINNEY 
"This little DOGGIE has found 
a home!" 
Commercial Course: C. H. Bas- 
ketball Var. 1,2,3,4, Alt. Capt. 
4; C. H. Softball Var. 1,2,3,4; 
C. H. Cheerleader 2,3,4; C. H 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; C. H. M.Y.F. 
Council 3,4; C. H. Monogram 
Club 3,4; C. H. Monogram 
Club Queen 2; Business Club 4. 



NORMA JEAN McMILLAN 
"It's a military secret." 
General Course: Madison H. S. 
1; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Sophoteers 2; 
Serviteers 3; Football Sponsor 
3; College Club 4; Resegis 4. 



ROBERT PHILIP MELVIN 

"Phil" 
Language and Scientific Course: 
Band 1,2; Music Appreciation 
Club; Sophomore Boys' Club 2; 
History Club 4; Tennis 4; Bowl- 
ing Team 4; DeMolay 4. 



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PEGGY LOU MILLER 

"The best is yet to come." 
Commercial Course: Mineral 
Springs H. S. 2,3; Business Club 
4; Resegis 4; Intra-mur. Basket- 
ball 1. 



MICHAEL STEPHEN MOCK 
"To strive, to seek, to find, and 
not to yield." 
Math Course: Branford H. S., 
Branford, Conn. 1,2; Stamp 
Club 3; Jr. Engineers' Club 4; 
Physics Exposition 4. 



JAMES PRESTON MOORE 

"tittle Ape" 
Scientific Course: Football 2,3 
4, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4; Movie 
Projector Club 1; Photography 
Club 2; Band 1,2; Tiddly Winks 
1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 1, Var. 2,3,4; 
Monogram Club 4; Math Club 4. 



STEVEN F. MOORE 
"After all, I just got here." 
Scientific Course: Freshman Ser- 
vice Club 1; Sophomore Boys' 
Club 2; Junior Service Club 3; 
Engineers Club 4. 




CAROLYN SUE MORGAN 

"Nor time, nor space, nor deep, 

nor high; Can keep my own 

away from me," 

Home Ec.-Commercial Course- 

C. H. Basketball Var. 12 3- 

C. H. Softball Va. 1,2; C. H~ 

Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Resegis Club 

4; College Club 4; Nurse's Page 

4; C. H. M.Y.F. 4, Vice-Pres. 

4; Coun. 4; C. H. Monogram 

Club 3,4; S.N.O.M.C. 1,2,3. 




JOHN FRANKLIN MORROW 
"A good 'cigar' is a good 
'smoke' ." 
Language Course: Football 1,2, 
Jr. High 1, Scrub 2; DeMolay 
2,3,4, Marshal 3; Hi-Y 2,3,4; 
Golf 1,2,3,4, Capt. 4; Freshman 
Service Club 1; Monogram Club 
2,3,4; Homecoming Escort 4. 



CAROL ANNE MUNROE 
"Never mind what might have 
been." 
Science Course: Y-Teens 2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club 1; Sopho- 
teers 2; Serviteers 3; College 
Club 4; Orchestra 1,2. 



JERRY W. MURDOCK 
"J. W." 
Social Studies Course: C. H. 
Football 1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 1 
Var. 2,3,4; C. H. Basketball Jr! 
Var. 1, Scrubs 2, Var. 3,4; C H 
Baseball Var. 1,2,3,4; History 
Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Homeroo- 
Treas. 4. 




MARTHA ANN MYERS 
"Painting the roses red." 
Language Course: Villa Marie- 
Anna Academy 1; Y-Teens 2 3 
4, Vice-Pres. 3,4; Service Clubs 
2,3,4; Dean's Page 3; N.H.S. 3, 
4, Sec. 4; Sr. Exec. Comm. 4; 
College Club 4, Pres. 4; D.A.R. 
Rep. 4; Scribe 4; Office Page 
4; "Most Intellectual;" "Most 
Likely To Succeed." 



PATRICIA ANN MYERS 
"To strive, to seek, to find, and 
not to yield." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; Girls' Chorus 1,2; A Capelia 
Choir 2; Freshman Service Club 
1; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; 
Resegis 4; College Club 4; Intra- 
mur. Volleyball 1; I.Y.C 3 4- 
Red Cross Rep. 3; N.H.S. 4.' 



PHILIP NANZETTA 

"Buz" 
Math Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; De- 
Molay 3,4; Math Club 2,3,4; 
Orchestra 1,2,3; Marching Band 
1,2,3; Instr. Music Club 1; 
Sophomore Boys' Club 2; Pho- 
tography Club 3; History Club 
4; All-State Orchestra 1,2,3. 



WANDA GAIL NEAL 

"The days of our youth are the 
days of our glory." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Col- 
lege Club 4; Resegis 4; Rain- 
bow Girls 3,4; Hall Monitor 1; 
Office Page 4. 



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ANNE LOIS NEWTON 
"Little soul, let us try, try. try," 
Language Course: College Club 
■i: Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4: 
V-Teens 1,2,3,4, Sec. 4; Lib. 
Staff 3,i, Vice-Pres. 3; Football 
Spons. 3: Sr. Marshal 3; Pine 
Whispers Cir. Ed. >,; Black and 
Gold 2,3.4, Jr. Ed. 3, Sr. Ed. -4; 
"Reynolds Roundup" 4; Hall 
Mon. 1,2,3; Service Club 1,2,3,4; 
Basketball Spon. 4. 



CATHARINE CORINNE 
NORFL1ET 
"A dream is a wish your heart 
makes." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4: Band 1,2,3; Orch. 1,2,3, 
Treas. 3; Vice-Pres. Fresh. Class 
1; Sophoteers 2: Serviteers 3; 
College Club 4; Resegis 4; Busi- 
ness Staff 4, Manager 4; Office 
Page 1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Dance 
Conim. 3; Basketball Spon. 4. 



DAVID RANDALL PAGE 
"True Success is to Labor." 
Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Sophomore Boys' Club 2; Mono- 
gram Club 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; 
Key Club 3,4; Scrub Football 
2; Photography Club 1. 



MERRY GORDON PANNILL 

"M. G." 
Language Course: Quill and 
Scroll 3,4; Black and Gold 3,4; 
Pine Whispers 3,4; Speedball 
Var. 3,4; French Club 3,4; Y- 
Teens 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Officials Club 1,2,3,4; College 
Club 4; Resegis 4; Serviteers 3; 
Gym Leaders Club 3; Tennis 
Var. 2,3,4. 




E. BENNETT PARKS 
"Benny" 
Mathematics Course: Band 1,2; 
Instrumental Music Club 1,2,3; 
Historical Research Club 4; 
Tennis Jr. Var. 1; Hi-Y 2,3,4. 





GLENYCE WARREN PASS 
"Long Gong Long" 
Commercial Course: Freshman 
Service Club 1; Intra-mur. Bas- 
ketball 1,2; Intra-mur. Softball 
1,2; Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; 
Resegis 4; College Club 4; Band 
1; Household Arts Course 1; 
Hall Monitor 2. 




MARTHA PAYNE 

"Never idle a moment." 
Language Course: Student Gov. 
4, Sr. Rep. to Coun. 4; Major- 
ette 1,2; Sr. Marshal 3; T.A.C. 
2,3,4; Freshman Service Club 
1, Pres 1; Serviteers 3, Vice- 
Pres. 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Library 
Staff 3,4, State Sec. 4; Sr. Exec. 
Comm. 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, 
Treas. 4; Basketball Spon. 4; 
College Club 4; Hi-Y Sponsor 4. 



JAMES RICHARD PAYNE 
"Richard" 
Scientific Course: Football 1,4, 
Midget 1, Scrubs 4; Photogra- 
phy Club 1; Research Club 4. 




NANCY RANDOLPH 
PEYTON 
"Why take life so seriously, 
you'll never get out of it alive." 
Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1, 
2,3,4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Re- 
segis 4; College Club 4; Bowl- 
ing 2,3,4; Speedball Var. 4- 
Intra-mur. 2,3,4; Hall Monitor 
2,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Jr. Red Cross 
3,4; Officials Club 3,4. 



CLIFTON EDWARD 
PLEASANTS, JR. 
"Eddie" 
Language Course: Football 1 2 
3,4, Jr. High 1, Scrub 2, Var. 3' 
4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Pres 2, Treas. 
4; S.C.C. 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Stu- 
dent Council 3,4; Track 2; Bas- 
ketball 1; Boys' Chorus 1,2; Jr. 
Boys' Service Club 3. 



JOSEPH BENJAMIN PLITT 

"I came, I saw, and now it's 

about time I'm leaving." 

Language Course: Projector Club 

1,2; House of Rep. 1; History 

Club 4. 




ANNA KATHRYN POLEY 
"Once, always and forever, 
Frank." 
Commercial Course: Freshman 
Service Club 1; Sophoteers 2; 
Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; Business 
Club 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 
3,4; Hall Monitor 3; Bowling 3, 
4; Intra-mur. Softball 2; Home- 
coming Spon. 1. 



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MARY ANN POTEETE 
"The best is yet to be" 
General Course: C. H. Basket- 
ball 1,2, Jr. Var. 1,2; C. H. 
Glee Club 2,3,4; C. H. Recrea- 
tion Committee 3; C. H. Mono- 
gram Club Queen 3; C. H. Foot- 
ball Cheerleader 3,4, Chief 4; 
C. H. Basketball Cheerleader 3, 
Chief 3; Business Club 4; C. H. 
MYF Coun. 2,3,4; S.N.O.M. 
Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Treas. 4. 



ELIZABETH ANN PTACEK 

"Betty" 
Language Course: Freshman Ser- 
vice Club 1; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Intra-mur. Coun- 
cil 2; Gym Leader 2; Intra-mur. 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Bowling 3,4; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Of- 
fice Page 3,4; Resegis 4; Col- 
lege Club 4. 



WILLIAM N. REYNOLDS 

"I'll never get ulcers." 

Math Course: Jr. Var. Football 

1; Photography Club; B.S.H. 

Club; Lunch Club; Science Club. 



BOB RIKE 

"Ace" 
Scientific Course: Sophomore 
Boys' Club 2; Jr. Boys' Service 
Club 3; DeMolay 4; Basketball 
Scrubs 2, Jr. Var. 3; Baseball 
Jr. High 1, Jr. Var. 3; Tennis 
4; Band 1,2; Historical Re- 
search Club 4; Homecoming 
Escort 4. 




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MARY ALICE ROBERTS 

"A sigh for the past; a smile 
for the future" 
Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club 1; Bible 
Club 2; Serviteers 3; Gym 
Leader 3; Red Cross 3,4; Intra- 
mur. Basketball 3,4; Intra-mur. 
Volleyball 2,4; French Club 3,4; 
College Club 4; Resegis 4. 



CLETUS MICHAEL 
ROBERTSON 

"/ am a part of all that I have 
met." 
Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Orchestra 2,3,4; ReBops 2,3,4; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Jr. Var. Tennis 3, 
4; DeMolay 3,4, Chap. 4; Math 
Club 2; Instr. Music Club 1,2,3; 
Ushers Club 3,4; Red Cross 3,4; 
French Club 3,4; I.Y.C. 4. 



SONYA GLENN 
ROBERTSON 

"Hubbies" 
Language Course: Freshman Ser- 
vice Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Ser- 
viteers 3; College Club 4; Re- 
segis 4; French Club 3,4; Y- 
Teens 1,2,3,4; House of Rep. 
1; Football Spon. 4; Girls' 
Chorus 1,2,3,4; A. Capella 
Choir 3,4, State Festival Chorus 
3; Rainbow 3,4. 



PAUL WORKMAN ROLLINS 

"Great White Hunter" 
Language Course: Basketball 1, 
2,3,4; Fresh. 1, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 
3,4; Jr. High Football 1; Jr. 
High Baseball 1; Senior Service 
Club 3,4; Sophomore Boys' Club 
2; Jr. Boys' Club 3; Pine Whis- 
pers Staff 4; Boys' Sports Ed. 
4; Freshman Boys' Club 1; 
Monogram Club 4; Track 1,2. 




LUCY TEAGUE RLIDOLPH 
"The long, long trailer." 
Language Course: Freshman Ser- 
vice Club 1, Treas. 1: Sopho- 
teers 2; Serviteers 3; College 
Club 4; Resegis 4: G.A.A. 2; 
Var. Speedball 1,2; Hall Moni- 
tor 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,4; Football 
Sponsor 2; Intra-mur. Basket- 
ball 1,2; Intra-mur Softball 1, 
2; Gym Leader 2,3. 



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ROBERT WINSLOW SALE 
"Sale" 
Scientific Course: Hargrave Mili- 
tary Academy 2,3; Historical Re- 
search 4; Movie Projector 1; 
Basketball 4. 



FRANK SAUNDERS 
"Don't tread on me." 
Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1,2; 
Confed. Mil. Hist. Club 3; 
Photography Club 2; Movie 
Projector Club 1; American War 
History Club 4; Sr. Exec. 
Comm. 4. 



SALLY JOANN SCHELL 

"/ am a part of all that I have 
met." 
Scientific Course: Nokomis Jr. 
High, Mpls. Minn. 1; Resegis 4; 
College Club 4; Chorus 2,3,4; 
Choir 3,4; Thespians 3; Speed- 
ball Var. 3; Intra-murals 2,3; 
Bowling 3; Officials Club 2; 
Y-Teens 4; N.H.S. 4. 



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SUSAN L. SCHELL 
"Time is the true measure of 
success." 
Scientific Course: Nokomis Jr. 
High, Mpls. Minn. 1; Choir 3, 
4; Speedball Var. 3; Girls' 
Chorus 2,3,4; Thespians Club 
3, Treas. 3; College Club 4; 
G.A.A. 3,4; N.H.S. 4. 



DON FRANK SHAFFNER 

"She has hair of gold and eyes 
of blue." 
General Course: Football 1,2,3 
4, Jr. Var. 1, Var. 2,3,4; Mono- 
gram Club 3,4; S.S.C. 4. 



RANDOLPH PRESTON 
SHAFFNER 
"Ran" 
Language Course: Declamation 
Contest 1; Sophomore Boys' 
Club 2; Track 2,3,4; Ushers 
Club 3,4; Confed. Mil. Hist. 
Club 3; French Club 3,4, Vice- 
Pres. 4; Hi-Y 3,4, Pres. 4; Key 
Club 3,4; Monogram Club 4; 
Sr. Exec. Comm. 4; Sr. Class 
Treas. 4; DeMolay 3,4. 



ROBIN LEE SHAHAN 
"Rob" 
Language Course: Cloverpark 
H. S., Tacoma, Wash. 1; Y- 
Teens 2,3,4; French Club 2,3, 
Vice-Pres. 3; Sophoteers 2; Ser- 
viteers 3; N.H.S. 4; Rainbow 
3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Business Staff 
4; Jr. Red Cross Rep. 3; Office 
Page 4; College Club 4. 




JEROME MELVYN SHAPIRO 

"// worry were the only cause 
of death, I would live forever." 
Math Course: Baseball Var. 1 2 
3,4; Basketball Jr. Var. 1; House 
of Rep. 2,4; Jr. Red Cross 2; 
Photography Club 2; Lunch 
Club 2,3,4; Key Club 1,2,3,4; 
Monogram Club 4; "Wittiest" 4. 



ANN BURTON SHEETS 

"A little sweet doth kill much 
bitterness." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; French Club 3,4; College 
Cub 4; Resegis 4; Serviteers 3; 
Sophoteers 2; Freshman Girls' 
Service Club 1; I.Y.C. 4. 



SANDRA LOU SHEETS 

"Time will tell." 
Language Course: Freshman Ser- 
vice Club 1; Office Page 1,2; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Coun. 2,3; Sophoteers 2; Basket- 
ball Sponsor 2; Homecoming 
Queen 2; Serviteers 3; Hall 
Monitor 2,3,4; Intra-mur. Bas- 
ketball 2,3,4; Library Staff 3,4; 
Resegis 4; College Club 4. 



GARNETTE ANN SHELTON 
"Wouldn't have it if it wasn't 
red!" 
Commercial Course: Choir 2,3, 
4; Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4; Soft- 
ball 1,3, Intra-mur. 1,2,3; G.A.A. 
1,2; State Festival Chorus 2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club 1; Sopho- 
teers 2; Serviteers 3; College 
Club 4; Resegis 4; Speedball 1; 
Red Cross Rep. 1,2. 




HELEN CORDELIA SHORE 

"Heaven is in my heart." 
Language Course: Photography 
Club 1; Y-Teens 1,2,3, Prog. 
Sh. 3; Sophoteers 2; Reception- 
ist 3; Serviteers 3; College Club 
4; Resegis 4; French Club 3,4 
Treas. 4; I.Y.C. 3,4, Publicity 
Ch. 3,4; Gym Leader 1,3. 



LANNY SKIDMORE 

"A little humor now and then 

is relished among the best of 

men." 

Math Course. 



DORIS ANNE SMITH 
"Good nature and good sense 
must ever join." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; College Club 4; 
Resegis 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Hall 
Monitor 4; Gym Leader 3; 
Speedball Var. 3,4; Intra-mur. 
1,2,3,4; Softball Intra-mur. 1,2, 
3,4; Home Ec. Club 3; Basket- 
ball Intra-mur. 1,2,3,4. 



GERALD MOORE SMITH, JR. 

"What? Me Worry!!" 
Math Course: Mixed Chorus 1, 
2,3,4; Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,4; A 
Capella Choir 1,2,3,4; Math 
Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Sopho- 
more Boys' Club 2; Jr. Boys' 
Service Club 3; Movie Projec- 
tor Club 1. 



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DELSIE JEAN SMITH 
"The days of our youth are the 
days of our glory." 
Scientific Course: Y-Teens 1,2. 
3,-i; Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4; A 
Capella Choir 3,4; Thespians 3; 
Scribe 3; Resegis -t; College Club 
4; G.A.A. 3,4; Officials Club 
2,3,4; Intra-mur. Basketball 3, 
4; Speedball 3,4; Intra-mur. 3, 
Var. 4; Intra-mur. Softball 3, 
Var. 4; Red Cross 3,4, Sec. 4. 



TOMMY SMITH 

"Smitty" 
Language Course: Basketball 1 
2,3,4, Jr. High I, Jr. Var. 2 
Var. 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Jr 
High 1, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4; Hi 
Y 2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4. 
Key Club 3,4; Freshman Service 
Club 1; Sophomore Boys' Club 
2; Jr. Service Club 3; Home- 
coming Escort 4; Band 1,2. 



VIRGINIA LYNN SMITHER 
"White caps and doctor's 
orders." 
Scientific Course: Resegis 4; Col- 
lege Club 4; Y-Teens 4; Intra- 
mur. Speedball 1,2,3; Intra- 
mur. Basketball 1,2,3; Intra- 
mur. Softball 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1, 
2,3, Council 3; Office Page 1,2, 
3,4. 



HOMER IRVING SNOW, JR. 
"H. R." 

Scientific Course: Football 1,3, 
4, Jr. High 1, Scrubs 3, Var. 4; 
Track 2,3,4; DeMolay 3,4; 
Monogram Club 4; Confed. Mil. 
Hist. Club 3; Historical Re- 
search Club 4. 




RICHARD ERROL 
SPAINHOUR 
"Success comes to those who 
work for it." 
Scientific Course: Scrub Foot- 
ball 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Fresh- 
man Boys' Club 1; Art Club 1, 
2; Sophomore Boys' Club 2; Jr. 
Red Cross 2,3; Math Club 3,4; 
Ushers Club 3,4. 



JOHN FRANKLIN SPEIGHT 

"Number Three" 
Scientific Course: C. H. Foot- 
ball 1,3,4, Jr. Var. 1, Var. 3,4; 
C. H. Baseball 1,3,4, Jr. Var. 1, 
Var. 3,4; Math Club 3; Junior 
Engineers Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4; 
C. H. Monogram Club 4; C. H. 
Ushers Guild 4; C. H. MYF 
Council 3,4, Com. Ch. 3,4. 



MICHAEL DOSS SPRINKLE 
"The days of our youth are the 
days of our glory." 
Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Ushers Club 3,4; French Club 
3,4; Jr. Red Cross 1; Military 
History Club 4; Jr. Service Club 
3; DeMolay 3,4, Jr. Steward 4, 
Sr. Steward 4; Sophomore Boys' 
Club 2; Band 1,3; Dramatics 1. 



BOB STAFFORD 

"Bob" 
Industrial Arts Course. 




NANCY REGINA 
STARTSMAN 
"Faith conquers fear." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Business Staff 4; College 
Club 4; French Club 3,4; Hall 
Monitor 4; Office Page 2; Rain- 
bow 3,4; Band 1; Freshman Ser- 
vice Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Ser- 
viteers 3; Resegis 4. 



SARA JACQUELYN STEELE 

"Jackie" 
Language Course: Business Staff 
4; College Club 4; Resegis 4; 
Intra-mur. Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Intra-mur. Volleyball 3; French 
Club 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Dance Comm. 
3; Serviteers 3; Jr. Red Cross 
3; Sophoteers 2; Freshman Ser- 
vice Club 1; Y-Teens 2,3,4. 



LINDA GRAY STOCKTON 

"Have a smile for everyone and 
they will have a smile for you." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Col- 
lege Club 4; Resegis 4; Hall 
Monitor 3; Receptionist 4; Soft- 
ball Intra-mur. 2. 



NINA ANNE STOKES 
"To thine own self be true." 
Language Course: Charleston, 
West Va. 1,2; Intra-mur. Basket- 
ball 1,3; Serviteers 3; Y-Teens 
3,4; College Club 4; Resegis 4; 
Business Staff 4. 



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MARTHA TURNER TALLY 

"Mart" 
Language Course: Hall Monitor 
1,4; Y-Teens 3,4; French Club 
3,4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Re- 
segis 4; College Club 4; Girls' 
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; 
N.H.S. 4. 



NORTON FORTUNE 
TENNILLE, JR. 

"Falling Leaves" 
Language Course: Student Coun- 
cil 2,4, Vice-Pres. 4; N.H.S. 3, 
4, State Vice-Pres. 4; Masque 
and Gavel 2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; 
Hi-y 1,2,3,-4; Debating Club 1, 
2,3,4; Debating Team 1, Var. 
2,3,4; Triangle Award 4; Ten- 
nis 1,2; Boys' State Governor 
;3 "Most Intellectual" 4. 



DEANNA SUE THOMAS 
"The true success is to labor." 
Language Course: Freshman Ser 
vice Club I; Sophoteers 2; Ser 
viteers 3; College Club 4; Re 
segis 4; Girls' Chorus 1,2,3 4 
Choir 3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Intra 
mur. Basketball 2,3; Intra-mur 
Volleyball 2,3; N.H.S. 4. 



ROBERT THOMAS 

"Bob" 
Language Course: Jr. Var. Base- 
ball 2; Track 3; Sophomore 
Boys' Club 2; House of Rep. 3; 
Art Club 3; Historical Research 
Club 4. 




RUTH THOMAS 

"All things are possible to him 
who believes." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 2,3; Re- 
segis 4; College Club 4;" Gym 
Leader 2,3; Majorette 2,3 4- 
Hall Monitor 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2, 
3,4; Office Page 4; Football' 
Sponsor 4. 




BURKE EDWARD 
THOMPSON, JR. 

"Birds and brushes." 
Art Course: Scrub Football 1- 
Confed. Mil. Hist. Club 4; State 
and National Art Contest Win- 
ner 1; Brush and Palette 1,2,3. 



BEVERLY GAY TODD 
"To thy name be true." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2 
3,4, State Pres. 4; Jr. Red Cross 
1,2,3,4, City Coun. 3, Pres. 4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4, Coun. 4; Fresh- 
man Service Club 1; Sophoteers 
2; Serviteers 3; Resegis 4; Col- 
lege Club 4; Office Page 2,3,4- 
Var. Speedball 2,3,4; Bowling 
2,3,4; Gym Assistant 4. 



DORIS ANN TRAVIS 
"/ hear music . . ." 
Language Course: Bible Club 1; 
Instr. Music Club 2; Serviteers 
3; College Club 4; Y-Teens 2; 
Pine Whispers Staff 3,4; Intra- 
mur. 2,3,4; Hall Monitor 4- 
Orchestra 4; Resegis 4; N.H.s' 




JANE ELIZABETH TRAVIS 
"Better late than never." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 
3; Speedball 1; Resegis 4- 
lege Club 4; French Club 
Serviteers 3; Sophoteers 2. 



1,2, 
Col- 

3,4; 



NANCY MARYLYNN 
TRIVETTE 

"Wiser but sadder." 
Language Course: Freshman Ser- 
vice Club 1; Sophoteers 2; Ser- 
viteers 3; Resegis 4; College 
Club 4; G.A.A. 3,4; Y-Teens 2, 
3,4; Softball Var. 2,3,4; Hall 
Monitor 4; Office Page 4- 
French Club 3,4; Girls' Chorus 



WILFRED TURNER 

"Spikes ■ - Cleats - - Books" 
Math Course: Hi-Y 2,3,4; Key 
Club 4; S.S.C. 3; Sophomore 
Boys' Club 2; Monogram Club 
3,4, Pres. 4; House Court 2: 
Student Coun. 3,4; Vice-Pres. of 
Class 2; Treas. of Class 3; Bas- 
ketball 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Foot- 
ball 1,2,3,4, Var. 2,3,4. 



DIANE TUTTLE 

"Tweedle" 
Social Studies Course: Alexan- 
der Graham Jr. High, Charlotte, 
N. C. 1; Charlotte Central High 
2; Serviteers 3; Y-Teens 3,4; 
College Club 4; Resegis 4; 
French Club 3. 



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JOHN KERMIT TUTTLE 
"Kokomo" 
Language Course: C. H. 
Baseball 1,2; C. H. Jr. 
Football 1; C. H. Jr. Var. 



ketball 1; History Club 4. 



MERI ANN 
LANGFORD VANCE 
Var. "Not too serious, not too gay, 

Var. but a real good friend in a 

Bas- real good way." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Majorette 1,2,3, Alt. 1, 
Choreographer 3; Library Staff 
3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Coun. 4; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3; Col- 
lege Club 4; Resegis 4; Football 
Sponsor 3; Hall Monitor 1,2,3,4. 



JUDITH ANN VERMILYA 
"The unspoken word never does 

harm." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1; 
Gym Leader 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4, 
Coun. 3,4; Officials Club 2,3,4; 
Speedball Mgr. 3; Basketball 
Var. 2; Softball Var. 2; Servi- 
teers 3; Resegis 4; College Club 



ROBERT FAIT VOORHEES 
"A-llanb" 
Jr. High 1, Scrub 2, Var. 3,4, 
Math Course: Football 1,2,3,4, 
All Conference 4; DeMolay 2, 
3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Sophomore 
Boys' Club 2; Jr. Service Club 
3; Photography 1; Basketball 1; 
Baseball 1,2; Track 1,2,3; 
Monogram Club 4. 




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PATRICIA LEE VOSS 
"I'll never forget . . . I hope 
you won't!" 
Language Course: Cheerleader 4; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Treas. 2, Sec. 3, 
Pres. 4; Sr. Marshal 3; Library 
Staff 3,4, Dist. Treas. 4; Busi- 
ness Staff 4; "Most Athletic" 4; 
College Club 4; Resegis 4; Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4, Intra-mur. 1,2,3, 
4, Var. 2,3,4; Speedball 1,2,3,4, 
Intra-mur. 1,2,3,4, Var. 1,2,3; 
Sophoteers 2; Serviteers 3. 



DOUGLAS D. WALKER 
"Doug" 
Language Course Football 1,2, 
Jr. High 1, Scrubs 2; Basketball 
2,3, Scrubs 2,3; Baseball 1; 
Sophomore Boys' Club 2; His- 
torical Research 4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4. 



CHARLES WATSON 
"Work to benefit others." 
Language Course: French Club 
3,4; Movie Projector Club 1; 
Choral Ensemble 2,3,4; Choir 
1,2,3,4. 



WILLIAM NORRIS WEAVER 

"Bill" 
Scientific Course: Football 1,2, 
3,4, Jr. High 1, Jr. Var. 2,3, 
Var. 4; Math Club 2,3,4; Hi-Y 
1,2,3,4. 




RANDOLPH MILLER WILSON 

"Randy" 
Scientific Course: Football 1,2, 
Jr. High 1, Scrubs 2; Baseball 
1; Track 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3, 
Fresh. 1, Jr. Var. 2,3; Fresh- 
man Boys' Club 1; Sophomore 
Boys' Club 2; DeMolay 2,3,4; 
Teenage Council 1,2,3,4; S.S.C. 
2,3,4, Pres. 4. 



RONALD OWEN WISE 
"Spike" 
Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Boys' Chorus 1; A Capella Choir 
1; Sophomore Boys' Club 2; 
Thespians 3; French Club 3; 
Ushers Club 3,4; Track 3,4; 
I.Y.C. 3,4; History Club 4. 



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EMMA JEAN ZIMMERMAN 
"// is for you to ascertain what 
you wish; it is for me to do 
what you order." 
Language Course: N.H.S. 3,4: 
G.A.A. 2,3,4, Coun. 4; Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4; French Club 3,4, Treas. 
3, Sec. 4; Service Club 1,3,4; 
College Club 4; Orchestra 1; 
Band 1,2; Instrumental Music 
Club 2; Jr. Red Cross 3; Intra- 
mur. Basketball 1,2,3,4. 



JAMES LARRY 
ZIMMERMAN 



"Vim" 
Math Course: Hi-Y 
History Club 4. 



1,2; Military 



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Senior Executive Committee 

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Senior Treasurers 

JeTnLm^an a :t„ L ^f C^:. G °° dWin - SEC ° ND R ° W: Beebe DaviS " ioh ^ Mo "™- Kiki V °«- ^anna Thomas, & 



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Senior Scribes 



Jean Clary, Martha Ann Myers, Anna Bair, Kay Angel, Martha Eller, and Charles Elkins. 



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Miss Hazel Stephenson, Senior class sponsor. 



Beverly Lewis, Senior class mascot. 



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Martha Ann Myers is this year's D.A.R. Representative. 



Martha Eller was voted "Student of the Year 





French National Honor Society 

M.chael Robertson, and Edna Earle Brown. NOT PRESENT: Anna Bair. MadUrey ' )0h "" y Ulnard > 




Receiving the Hi-Y Triangle Award is Norton Tennille. 





Bobby Leonard was individual winner and Mrs. Fitts' homeroom 
took top honors in the Black and Gold Drive. 



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Most Intellectual 

MARTHA ANN MYERS 
NORTON TENNILLE 



Best Looking 

ANNA CONRAD 
BILL BUELL 




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ANNA BAIR 
JERRY EVANS 













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Wittiest 

JEROME SHAPIRO 
MARTHA LEAK McKENZIE 



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Most Athletic 

CECIL HOLCOMB 
KIKI VOSS 



Friendliest 

BILL FARRELL 
JOANN HANKS 



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Most Popular 



JERRY EVANS 
ANNA BAIR 



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Most Likely To Succeed 



MARTHA ANN MYERS 
BILL JACKSON 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

President, David Blanco; Secretary, Kathryn Motsinger; Vice-President, Johnny Reich; 
Treasurer, Don Foltz. 








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MARY JANE ALLEN 
TREASURE ALLEN 
TALCOTT AVERA 
GWENDOLYN BAILY 
SYLVIA BAITY 

NICKIE BAMBALIS 



ANNE BARNES 

GORDEN BENNETT 
GLENN BLACKBURN 
TOMMY BLACKBURN 
KATE BLACKWELL 
DAVID BLANCO 



CAROL BLEIMEYER 
MICKEY BOLES 
EDDIE BOULDIN 
BEBE BRADSHAW 
SHIRLEY BROWN 
DON BRYANT 



LARRY BUDD 
ROY BYRD 

JOAN CARPENTER 
BILL CARSON 
DON CASON 

MARTHA CHEW 



JUDY CHILDRESS 
BILL CHIPMAN 
JIMMY CHRIS 
JOHN CHURCH 
STEVE CLARK 
BILL CI.INGMAN 



HARTLEY CLOWES 
OLIVIA COE 
ROMA COMBS 
ANDY CONWAY 
BR IN DA COOK 
ELEANOR COOKE 



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PENN CRAVER 
KAT CREECH 
JEANIE CRESS 
RUSTY CRUMP 

LARRY CRUTCHFIELD 
TOMMY CUMMINGS 



KAY CURRIN 
BILL CUSHMAN 
JACK DANIELS 
CHARLES DAVIS 
JACK DAVIS 
HARRY DAY 



MARGARET DAY 
PATSY DEAL 

WALLY DUNHAM 
BETSY DUNN 

GEORGE DURHAM 
PATSY EBERT 



ALICE EDWARDS 
KAY EZZELL 

JAY FEARRINGTON 
RICHARD FEARRINGTON 
MARVIN FEREBEE 

CHARLOTTE FINWALL 



CLEVE FLETCHER 
DON FOLTZ 
LUCY FORD 

JO ANN FOSTER 
PETER FREED 
MARTHA FRYE 



JO ANN FULP 

DENNIS GALLAGHER 
SALLY GLENN 
NORMA GOLDBERG 
CHUMMY GRUBBS 
GAIL GRUPENHOF 



RONALD HAMILTON 

REBA HARGROVE 

PATSY HARPE 

SUZANNE HARRELL 

NANCY HARRILL 

ALLEN HARRIS 



STEPHANIE HARRIS 
RUTH HARTLE 
JILL HARTMAN 
BOBBY HAWN 
JEAN HECKARD 
DAVID HEDRICK 



BETH HEITMAN 

ELIZABETH HELSABECK 
BETTY HENSLEY 

ANN HERRING 

MARGARET HIGGINS 
FELDA HIGHTOWER 












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CHARLIE HILL 

DARRELL HODGES 
LARRY HOLCOMB 
EDDIE HOLDER 
JACKIE HOLDER 
JO ANN HOLDER 



BUNNY HOOPER 
BECKY HORN 
BECKY HOWELL 

DAVID HOWELL 

RICHARD HUFFMAN 
. ELAINE HUMPHREY 



CARL HUNT 

BARRETT HUNTER 

MARTY HUTCHERSON 
JULIE ANN JACKSON 
TOMMY JACOBS 
BILL JAMES 



LINDA JESSUP 
JUANITA JOBE 
BOB JOHNSON 
BUDDY JOHNSON 
DAVID JOHNSON 
CAROLYN JOYCE 



JUDY JOYNER 
JEAN KELSEY 
MARY KERR 
VICKIE KESTLER 
EDWIN KIMEL 
MARTIE KIMEL 



MARGARET KIRBY 
RAYMON KIRKMAN 
SUSAN LEDWITH 
PEGGY LEGETTE 
JANE LEMONS 

ROBERT LEONARD 



JEAN LEWIS 

CAROLYN LINEBERGER 
JEAN LIPPELS 
DONNA LOFTIN 
BILL LOVELL 

RUFUS McADEN 



ann Mcdowell 

VELMA McGEE 
JOHN McGOWAN 
JANICE McGRADY 

evelyn Mcknight 

JIM McMICHAEL 



CAROL MABE 

ERWIN MADDREY 
BILL MARCUSON 
MARTHA MARLER 
BOB MARSHALL 
JACK MARSHALL 



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MARTHA ANN MARTIN 
MARTHA MASTEN 
JON MAUZY 
ROY MEACHAM 

BETTY ANN MEADOR 
JOHN MEDITZ 



JOHN MIDDLETON 
BOBBY MILLER 
PHILLIS MILLER 
ERIC MOCK 

MARY GRAHAM MOORE 
MARY MORRIS 



KATHRYN MOTSINGER 
JOE MYERS 

MARGARET NEWELL 
CAROL NICHOLAS 
KEMP NORMAN 

KAYLYNN OGBURN 



MONTA OWINGS 

ELIZABETH PARKER 
JUNE PEACE 
JEAN PEARCE 

STAFFORD PEEBLES 
PAT PETERSON 



MALCOLM PETTIT 
DON PICKARD 

RUSTY PLEMMONS 
JULIA POINDEXTER 
SUSAN POWERS 
DEANNE PRATT 



NANCY RAUM 
EDITH RAY 
SUSAN RAY 
BILL REED 

JOHNNY REICH 
JUDY RENN 



LAWRENCE RETTINGER 
LINDA REYNOLDS 
JUDY RICE 
SALLY RICE 
MEREL ROBIN 
GLENN SALMONS 



WARREN SAMS 
ANN SARRATT 
G. G. SAUNDERS 
ARCHIE SCALES 

STANTON SCARLETT 
JUDY SCHINDEL 



JUDY SCRUGGS 
NEAL SENKUS 
FRIES SHAFFNER 
BRENDA SHAMEL 
EMILY SHAVER 
VICKIE SHERMER 







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GINGER SIMMONS 
DAVID SIMPSON 
CLIF SMITH 

FRANCES SMITH 
LARRY SMITH 



MARYELLEN SMITH 
PEGGY ANN SMITH 
BRENDA SNOW 
MIKE SOVINE 

EVA MAY STAFFORD 
MACK STAFFORD 
DAVID STALEY 



ELMORE STARLING 
GENEVIEVE STEELE 
PEGGY STEPHENSON 
ROY STOGNER 
ANNA STRADER 

MADONNA SULLIVAN 
PEGGY SUTTON 



RONNIE SWAIN 
FRED TANNER 
JEANETTE TATE 
MARTHA TATE 
SUE TATE 
LYNN TAXIS 
LINDA TESH 



RAMONA THOMAS 
ALEC THOMPSON 

TOMMY THOMPSON 
SYBIL TODD 

JERRY TRIVETTE 
BEN TROTTER 
KAY TUCKER 



CAROL TURNER 
SARAH TURNER 
DON UPTON 
JOE VAUGHN 
BOB VERMILYA 
FRANK VESTAL 
LARRY VICKERS 



DICK VOORHEES 
FRANCES WADDELL 
CHERIE WAGONER 
KAY WALL 
KENT WALL 
LINDA WALL 
BILL WALLACE 



BETTY WALLIN 
PETE WALTHER 
PAT WARD 
BARBARA WATSON 
PAUL WATSON 
TOMMY WATTS 
LARRY WHEELING 



BETTY WESTMORELAND 
NEIL WILLIAMS 

FORREST WILLIAMSON 
DOROTHY WILSON 
JERRY WILSON 
TOM WILSON 



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10LS1, 10G3, 10A2 



FIRST ROW: P. Snyder, S. Smith, J. Cox, M. A. Hart, J. Brown, E. 
Fuller, D. McQuown, C. Sheets, A. Collier, F. Speas, M. Mitchell, P. 
Williams, C. Coan, B. Ward. SECOND ROW: F. Brasko, B. Burgess, 
J. Dull, A. Hart, P. Wolberg, M. A. Saunders, S. Taylor, B. Swain, A. 
Fitts, T. Fulp, E. Holmes, S. Blackmore. THIRD ROW: J. Watson 
D. Frizzelle, D. Muller, M. Dowell, C. Truesdell, B. Dowell, P. Bacon, 
P. Parrish, N. Pike, P. Clanton, J. Cly, M. Cox. FOURTH ROW: H. 



Butner, S. Ogden, D. Covington, C. Farren, J. Strawcutter, R. Swarin- 
gen, D. Newsome, B. Bluke, R. Hunter, B. Senkus. FIFTH ROW: L. 
Taylor, C. Cashwell, S. Leverton, B. McCanless, G. Matlock, B. Masten, 
G. Little, Z. Barnhardt, D. Spear. SIXTH OW: C. Key, A. Jarvis, 
J. Muecke, L. Woodall, C. Ashburn, B. McCall, K. McKeithen, J. Rid- 
gill. SEVENTH ROW: D. Fulp, W. Colter, B. Leinback, B. Madden, 
F. Bradshaw, J. Kandzer, R. Andrew. 




10LS2, 10LS3 



FIRST ROW: E. Bair, M. Pfaff, B. Walsh, S. Thorpe, B. Newsome, 
S. Calaway, B. Hartnett, P. Rau, S. Dunnagan, A. Zimmerman, K 
Kappes, R. LaPrelle. SECOND ROW: B. Chafin, L. Wilcox, B. Wyrick, 
S. Lineberger, S. Edwards, E. Crouse, M. R. Elliot, C. Simons, S. Rogan' 
D. Knighten, S. Lowrey, P. Bowers. THIRD ROW: A. Warren, C. El- 
kins, S. Eisenberg, A. Hammill, D. Rollick, J. Newsom, P. Briggs S 
Davidson, D. Thompson, Z. Strub, P. Ray. FOURTH ROW: S. O'Neal 



B. Morefield, H. Bender, B. Womble, N. Harrell, J. McDonald, G. 
Howell, A. Cockram, L. Lockard. FIFTH ROW: R. Womack, H. Mor- 
gan, L. Miller, N. Pratt, L. Satterwhite. SIXTH ROW: L. H. Hutchins, 
T. Hayes, D. Gaskins, J. Stuart, J. Davis, J. Drake, B. Cranfill, R. Mes- 
sick. SEVENTH ROW: L. Blalock, C. Adams, N. Wilkerson, D. O'Fla- 
herty, H. Land, L. Chandler, J. Shackford. EIGHTH ROW: G. McGu- 
gan, B. Grant, R. Hodges, J. Kinney, D. Angell, S. Gramley, W. Lamb. 



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10LS4, 10G, 



FIRST ROW: J. Fritts, C. Mayrand, J. Clary, M. E. Hunt, M. Dwiggins, 
M. Jackson, L. Watson, P. Barbee, D. Bass, K. Wooten, E. Atkinson, 
M. Potter, S. Craft, E. Foxworth. SECOND ROW: J. Cranfill, J. 
Scruggs, L. Davis, J. Vance, N. Wasell, J. Butler, I. Bonds, C. Marku- 
nas, C. Redding, A. Marshall, B. Chambers. THIRD ROW: S. Snyder, 
J. Ayers, N. Burgess, S. Baker, J. Reece, S. Henry, J. Martin, A. Stone, 
D. Westmoreland, K. Travis, J. Lawson, B. Chappell, L. Heard, L. 



Pannill. FOURTH ROW: R. Chew, J. Bulla, P. Simpson, J. Donovan, 
G. Hart, J. McCoy, E. Tierney, J. Bauguess, T. Hauser, T. Decker, B. 
Mackie, R. Howard, W. Brothers, R. Jones, B. Snow, B. Cooper. SIXTH 
ROW- J. Willis, R. Boggs, C. Hamilton, D. Powell, C. Creech. 
SEVENTH ROW: R. Rascoe, S. Staples, B. Smith, R. Gasque, J. Brink- 
ley, B. Gegenheimer. 




10G2, 10C1 



FIRST ROW: L. Nunn, C. Marshall, M. Barnett, J. Brande, R. A 
Phohl A. Clifton, C. Valetos, M. A. Whitlow, P. Lewis, J. Brookshire 
H. Smith, C. Hamilton, B. A. Charles, C. Shook, M. A. Robertson 
SECOND ROW: C. Gentry, M. Triplet, S. Young, J. Steadman, S. Gate 
wood, L. Hauser, P. Everheart, J. Brookshire, M. Schindel, B. Lanier 
C Cissna, L. Barbee. THIRD ROW: B. Ammons, J. Decker, L. Finlay 
son, J. Bowman, C. Upton, P. Pass, G. McKenzie, A. Staton, C. Wor 



rell M. Bennett. FOURTH ROW. L. Reynolds, N. Fulton, I. Nichols, 
C Howell J. Decker, J. Williams, W. Lowe, D. Assaf, B. Roberts, R. 
Boggs, A. Hanna. FIFTH ROW: S. Cope, B. Gottenstrater, B. Evans, 
J Williams, B. Gibson, J. Stuart, T. Cooper. SIXTH ROW: B Stallings, 
W Curlee, A. Dinkins, P. Dunn, R. Vaughn. SEVENTH ROW: T. Ste- 
wart, S. Robinson, D. Nolan, L. George, B. Bryant, B. Stimpson. 



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10A1, 10C2, 10G4 



FIRST ROW: F. Evans, G. Murdock, B. Crump, A. Woodward, E Ma 
cheras, J. Sides, B. Crater, B. Foster, C. Padget, D. Goodwin, B. Whit 
ner, L. Wall, J. Lane, P. Stone, C Church. SECOND ROW- Mrs 
towder, S. Johnson, T. Shamel, D. Harper, J. Sechrist, A. Howard N 
Harvell, D Howell, C. Allen, J. Holt, A. Beard, E. Hester, L. Patterson 
J. Outer, W. Duhaham, S. Livengood. THIRD ROW: B. Perry A Whel 
ley, J. Reehder, T. Baity, J. Gallman, D. Pipkin, S. Marshall,' B. Bryan 
J. Potts, J. Skipper, B. Washburn, G. Mayran, B. Barringer, A. Pulliam 



FOURTH ROW: G. Brown, B. Davidson, B. Hoots, V. Young J 
Summers, B. Dobbins, J. Pegram, A. Carros, B. Tucker, A. E. Newman 
M. Bradburn. FIFTH ROW: R. Church, J. Parks, D. Huff, T. Jarvis' 
H. Sapp. SIXTH ROW: W. Turner, T. Davenport, B. Blackburn m' 
Parish, D. Dwiggins, J. Stokes. SEVENTH ROW: L. Kennington, g' 
Jenkins, D. Gurley, R. Marian, T. Dunn, D. Sprinkle, G. Pitts L 
George. 




9LS1, 9A1 



FIRST ROW: S. Jackson, J. Beard, P. Kellogg, E. Carlton, D. Dull, S. 
ROW- R Z ' mm . erma ". £. Miller^ J. C. Parker, E. Pleasants. SECOND 
S/t f? S ' I k pl S. I .', C - Sa '""ing, F. Ubele, C. Thacker, P. 
r™ <%*-• c A . Vinson GR.dgeway, K. Bahnson. THIRD ROW J. 
Brewer, W. Solomon, M. Waggoner, M. Peyton, P. Walter, P. Benbow 



J. A. Spicer, C Carter, B. Upton, P. Bradshaw. FOURTH ROW- M 
Stanford, A. Overby, R. Hollifield. FIFTH ROW: J. Young, J. Vaughn 
J. Robertson, J. Bush, G.Pardue. SIXTH ROW: R. Haynes, S. Disher, 
N. Katz, W. Tennille, C. Philips, R. Davis. 



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9LS2, 9LS4, 9C 



FIRST ROW: L. Weaver, F. Lund, B. Davis, M. Martin, R. Parnell, 
B. Rix, L. Heritage, D. Binkley, B. Bennett, M. Clary, D. Moore, L. 
Fulton, M. Watson, P. Whisnant, P. Rudolph, S. Smith, A. Butner. 
SECOND ROW: A. Davis, P. Bagnal, L. Hines, M. E. Chafin, J. A. 
Skeen, M. Mabe, N. Gardner, B. Holton, E. Westmoreland, P. Collins, 
N. Cox, K. Cook, B. Lineberger, A. Brown, A. Orrell, A. Liipfert, C. 
Tillotson, P. Vestal, R. Binkley. THIRD ROW: J. Thompson, S. French, 
B. Bulla, R. Hudson, C. Sanford, B. Steele, M. Singletary, V. Simpson, 
H. Odom, L. Pratt, K. Masten, J. Collins, D. Steifel, E. Eysenbach, J. 



Ligon, M. Brockwell. FOURTH ROW: B. Wright, J. Peck, S. E. Mc- 
Cuiston, V. Campbell, J. Hutcherson, M. Martin, A. Badgett, G. Fere- 
bee, S. Bain, P. Ryan, R. Reynolds, J. Peace, S. Howell, C. Colter, S. 
Royster, C. Cann. FIFTH ROW: K. Shelton, R. Menz. SIXTH ROW: 
D. Needham, C. Davis, W. Manuel, L. Rice, C. vonDoymi, B. Flintom, 
J. Padgett, J. Bunn, G. Forrest, J. Brooks, D. Parrish. SEVENTH ROW: 
R. Herring, A. Jacobsen, D. Morris, D. Alexander, W. Bost, R. Thomas, 
B. Hurst, R. Pickett. EIGHTH ROW: B. Leake, S. Dula, D. Foster, B. 
Daisy, T. Rucker, T. Conrad, J. Newton. 




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9LS3, 9G4 



FIRST ROW: H. Russ, J. James, S. Mooney, B. Lanier, L. Myers, T. 
Beitchman, A. Whilney, S. Shelor, M. Phillips, D. Kirby, D. Wall, D. 
McGee, L. Carter, L. Harding, C. Wise. SECOND ROW: J. Foster, 
D. Smothers, P. Pearce, S. Burgess, K. Burke, L. Jackson, A. Airey, M. 
Talley, S. Dawson, L. Riemenschneider, S. Brenner, B. Jahnke. THIRD 
ROW: M. Tuttle, K. Essex, J. Flecnor, P. Walker, B. Hemrick, K. John- 



son, J. L. Harrold, F. Turnage. FOURTH ROW: B. Zeh, D. Wolfe, R. 
Murray, A. Sarratt, K. Helper, A. Matuszak, B. Byerly, A. Steeleman, P. 
Amos, S. Benson, B. Heefner, B. Bailey, F. Edens. FIFTH ROW: D. 
Lion, N. Wolfe, S. Heckard, J. Ashcrogt, H. Morris, R. Turner, B. Mit- 
chell, W. Preussel. SIXTH ROW: R. Gilmore, J. Harrington, L. Cruse, 
J. Barrow, C. Lane, C. Trogdon. 



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9G1, 9G2, 9G3 



FIRST ROW: G. Bullin, B. Daly, S. Aspden, C. Fulmer, M. Saks, M. R. 
Dobbins, T. Cooke, J. O'Brien, J. A. Slafford, C. Gaines, R. Tillotson, 
L. Abernethy, J. Schnuder, V. Brown, P. Combs, A. Kessler, D. Lofland. 
SECOND ROW: B. Reavis, L. Beach, L. Davis, A. Farening, N. Koel- 
mel, G. Walker, L. Harper, G. Savage, J. Barber, J. Allred, D. Stuart, 
J. White, J. Hicks, R. Shapiro, H. Schiller, J. Apperson, N. Snow, B. 
Slate. THIRD ROW: S. Hardy, N. Stansfield, C. Marr, D. Haworth, L. 
Wall, T. Pitts, T. Blalock, F. Einstine, W. Tate, R. Penry, R. Perry, 



T. Sheek, J. Stine, J. Lock, N. Lide. FOURTH ROW: J. Peterson, W. 
Burns, P. Clark, S. Harvel, M. Hill, R. Myers, M. Lonvor, B. White, 
E. Scott, F. Brownlee, T. Phitey, M. Waeton, D. Chipman, G. Shermer, 
J. Helsaback, P. Bates, C. R. Stuart, M. L. Zimmerman, T C. Miller, 
W. M. Moore, B. Crater, J. Smith. FIFTH ROW: L. Briggs, D. Davis, 
J. McGraw, P. Freeman, H. Clay, F. Ebert. SIXTH ROW: T. Smithdeal, 
D. Harriman, L. M. Slae, R. Pulliam, D. Green, D. Ludlum. 



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9A2, 9C2, 9C3 



FIRST ROW: R. Martin, D. Mills, M. Orrell, S. Bryant, W. Hedrick, 
J. Nifong, P. Lawson, M. Bagnal, M. Conrad, B. Byrd, A. Strickland, 
J. Tuttle, S. Peoples, L. Jarvis, S. Smothers, L. Wilson. SECOND ROW: 
R. McCall, J. Russell, D. Cook, C. Bricker, S. Smith, J. Carpenter, L. 
Nickols, K. Hampton, D. Dull, D. Sykes, P. Johnson, C. Caudill, M. 
Wheeling, G. Garrell, M. Schorr, D. McKee. THIRD ROW: K. Carter, 
B. Bnker, J. Boyle, C. Cranfill, L. Burrows, S. Jobe, D. Simmons, P. 



Little, E. Hill, K. Fox, L. Stumfels, M. McNuItz, B. Slovenz, E. James, 
C. Anglin. FOURTH ROW: H. Cheek, J. Wright, G. Morgan, F. Fold, 
B. Shaver, R. Gibson, D. Drummond, J. Davis, C. Hauser, S. Wall, M. 
Cagle. FIFTH ROW: D. Foltz, F. Whicker, L. George. SIXTH ROW: 
I. B. Southerland, A. Oakes, G. Parrish, R. Trivette, J. Roberts, S. 
Ebert, R. Willard, R. Spainhour, R. Eller, L. Bowman, D. Knighten, 
S. James. 



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FIRST ROW: M. Lee, H. Nanzetta, S. Peters, D. Kanoy, B. Gibson, B. 
Snyder, S. Cooper, D. Ferguson, M. McKeithan, B. Trotter, L. Carroll, 
L. Slawter, R. Stogner. SECOND ROW: D. Sprinkle, J. Bailey, S. 
Packard, F. Disher, S. Blount, L. Stone, L. Pegram, J. Fleenor, E. Chip- 
man, A. Steele, A. Smith, C. Feinman. THIRD ROW: D. Byerly, B. 
Waldman, B. Griffin, J. Crawley, E. Horwitz, J. Morris, W. Edwards, 
A. Miller, N. Crews, P. Huband, L. Martin, P. Kimel, S. Fletcher. 



FOURTH ROW: D. Yountz, S. Stroupe, D. Venable, D. Hahn, C. Har- 
his, M. B. Perkins, J. Duggins, S. Young, B. Disher, J. Davis, A. Drake, 
B. Vaughn, T. Brown, A. Parker, L. Masten, J. Terrell. FIFTH ROW: 
Mrs. Taylor, M. Harrington, W. Nail, B. Sherrill, A. Spach, J. Middle- 
ton, G. Millaway, Mr. Barefoot. SIXTH ROW: R. Tillotson, M. Bryant, 
R. Harris, G. Stockton, K. Davis, D. Redman. SEVENTH ROW: F. 
Freudig, B. Rhudy, F. Richardson, R. Warren, G. Petty, B. Archie. 




8C, 8D, 8Bw 



FIRST ROW: C. Baldwin, B. Moffie, S. Sulkin, G. Yarbrough, F. Dish- 
er, V. Mahaffey, B. Bondurant, L. Brewer, L. Gillam, G. Bryant, G. 
Hutchins, M. Rollins. SECOND ROW: M. McCoy, B. Parker, R. Ashbur, 
M. Hart, J. Petree, J. O'Keefe, B. Gegenheimer, K. Throckmorton, J. 
Blackburn, T. Hailey, D. McCennan, E. Katzin. THIRD ROW: B. 
Lowery, H. Wade, B. Gibson, B. Fitts, C. McEwan, A. Wood, W. Clark, 
B. Maynard, D. Melvin, P. Licker, R. Peters, J. Adams. FOURTH ROW: 
Mrs. Delgado, R. Andrew, J. Dillon, R. Robinson, J. Vestal, W. Star- 



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buck, R. Carter, G. Ballas, C. Capps, J. Staton, R. Goin, D. Davenport, 
B. Cooper, R. Cox, P. Williams. FIFTH ROW: R. Crook, W. Hill, R. 
Foster, R. Carmichael. SIXTH ROW: Mrs. Craft, D. DeRamus, T. 
Brown, B. Hendrix, W. Smith, P. Tesh, J. Hutcheson, B. Smith, C. Doub, 
Mrs. Barrow. SEVENTH ROW: C. Gentry, M. Shore, M. Jenkins, N. 
Dalton, T. Ogburn, B. Shaffner, S. Moore, R. Williams, C. Maunder, 
J. Moffitt, B. Hartman, G. Cofer, C. Lincoln, J. Satation, G. Schimmeck, 
D. Craver. 




8Co, 8F 



FIRST ROW: B. Benbow, S. Little, C. Beardsley, S. Bagnal, L. Fuller 
H. Coan L Edwards, N. Foster, C. Bagnal, B. Crews, P. McCormick 
flT"?! 1, M - Fobert - c - Nanny, C. Baker. SECOND ROW: G. Roth 
rock.F. Bahnson, A. Cabes K. Miller, C. Keiger, L. Dyer, D. Smithdeal 
P. Bain, B. Forrest, K. Welfare, D. Turner, L. Dahlen, N. Pmman J 
Durana, M. Miller, M. Wolfe. THIRD ROW: J. McDowell, T. Cordell 



I w,"fv G Coll £ tte .V B Reich ' B ' Cox - C Dize > v - Cozart, V. Lovell, 
J^X,„ Il l , ? lns< JP• B Wh,te - ]■ Shaffner, G. Shore, J. Parker. FOURTH 
ROW: Mrs. Fitts J H. Hart, B. Pike, R. Greene, P. Baker, J. Hamrick, 
U. Wilson, A. Maddry, C. Sprinkle, Mrs. Coppedge. FIFTH ROW- J 
Fitzgerald G. Harman, D. Davis, N. Willis, K. Adams, J. Baker. SIXTH 
ROW: J. Kausch, P. Hightower, S. Blake, B. Davis, J. Keith, J. Samuel 




8S, 8G 



FIRST ROW: S. Johnson, D. Pfefferkorn, E. Wenger, P. Richardson, 
H. Overcash, B Fox, S. Dobb, H. Kingman, J. Woodward, B. Brewer 
C. Hammett, L. Simson. SECOND ROW: B. Boyd, C. Todd, B. Willing- 
ham, B. Greenway G. Niblock, M. Foltz, P. Cunham, M. Blackmor?, 
J. Appleyard D. Kline, A Brown, P. Wooten. THIRD ROW: V. Wood 

C. Glenn D. Lewis, R. Campbell, R. Lake, A. Nelson, J. Nance, J. Gay, 

D. Meschan, B. Jones, S. Petree, R. Fisher, R. Harper. FOURTH ROW 



K. Traylor, D. Church, V. Ekvall, P. Stallings, J. Rudolph, K. Kirk- 
land, K. Coplon, S. Kaplan, M. Silverman, J. Brown, M. Clayton T 
Fowler, T. Thornton, P. Bryant. FIFTH ROW: M. Stafford, M. Hel'ton' 
S Brown, J. Coe, P. Little, M. Roberts. SIXTH ROW: L. Miller T 
McKenzie, M. Moore, B. Collins, B. King, J. Gardner. SEVENTH ROW- 
J. Caudill, T. Lockard, B. Brockwell, C. Veitch, N. Crane, H. Smith 



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FIRST ROW: M. Holzbaur, M. Zimmerman, B. Devlin, M. Zauber, A. 
Davis, L. Thomas, M. Cook, N. Harris, E. Latimer, M. J. Yandell, J. 
Chipman, C. Robertson. SECOND ROW: G. Livington, A. Willis, T. 
Eddleman, C. Brown, B. Wall, C. Chandler, W. Cornelius, N. Yarbrough, 
L. Holmes, P. Henry, S. Wall. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Solomon, P. Murray, 
J. Rike, K. Jones, R. Mallory, B. Schiller, B. Seibles, B. Poe, M. L. Bates, 
K. Howell, S. Collins, J. Slate. FOURTH ROW: H. Peeples, J. Tate, 



C. Peters, V. Boyle, S. Beckerdite, P. Hondros, F. Carson, G. Startsman, 
M. R. Frye, A. MacLeod, P. Petree, L. Sims, C. Kandzer. FIFTH ROW: 
F. Isgett, L. Young, D. Owens, J. Orrell, D. Owens, W. Voglar, C. 
Mowery. SIXTH ROW: L. Price, S. Barnharte, B. Bayless, S. Kemp, 
K. Amen, M. Wiese, A. Wilsey. SEVENTH ROW: P. Baragona, W. 
Bost, W. Barbee, N. Bowen, E. Siewers, P. Byrd. EIGHTH ROW: B. 
Sugg, L. Creech, W. Bostic, L. Wright, Mr. Webster, D. Forrest. 




8W, 8Wi 



FIRST ROW: L. Brown, C. Inabinet, P. Davis, J. Holton, L. Forest, 
L. V. Blalock, D. Way, J. Hill, B. Cranfill, D. Forsyth, B. Groat, P. 
Hart, M. Cody. SECOND ROW: M. S. Rettinger, D. Drummond, B. 
Craver, M. Boyer, C. Shields, M. A. Thomas, J. Tudor, B. Hall, S. Deck- 
er, M. Gold, L. Stokes, J. Ferris. THIRD ROW: J. Williams, B. Scott, 
D. Porter, B. Sutton, D. Norman, K. Grubbs, C. Conrad, E. Eidson, C. 
McKnight, S. Southgate, E. McGuire, C. Craige. FOURTH ROW: Mr. 



Whitley, J. Champion, N. Hemmings, J. Cranfill, K. Sapp, B. Swaim, T. 
Kimball, R. Hensley, J. Long, J. Cissna, N. Norwood, J. Ivester, J. 
Brookbank. FIFTH ROW: J. Turner, J. Zigler, J. Pitts, M. Davis, Miss 
Williams. SIXTH ROW: B. Blair, L. Honeycutt, G. Gentry, T. Brewer, 
C. Johansen, L. Pate, P. Metcalf. SEVENTH ROW: B. Todd, M. Art- 
man, D. Harvey, C. Whisenhunt, D. Pearce, B. Witherington. 



Page fifty-Six 




Miss Mary Martin, junior class sponsor, meets with 
the Jr.-Sr. Committee, Penn Craver, Marty Hutcher- 
son, and Tommy Cummings. 



Sophomore class officer: George Little, secretary; John 
Davis, vice-president; Britt Smith, president; and 
Nancy Wassell, treasurer. 




Page Fifty-Seren 




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We're rockin' tonight! 




Page Fifty-Eight 



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STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS 

H. Bender, treasurer; N. Tennille, vice-president; J. Evans, presi- 
dent; K. Blackwell, secretary. 



Student Council 



The Student Council of Reynolds High School . trying any 
student who has violated the standard of the honor and moral 
responsibility of the Honor Code . . providing a medium be- 
tween students and faculty . promoting the general welfare of 
the school explaining honor rules to the eighth graders ... 

assisting new teachers at the beginning of the school year . re- 
minding each student by letters of his obligations to uphold the 



Honor System attending the Student Government Conven- 

tion in Hickory . . officers of the Student Council: president, 
Jerry Evans; vice-president, Norton Tennille; secretary, Kate 
Blackwell; Harold Bender, treasurer; representative to Council 
from House, Carolyn Benbow . . . . representatives from each class 
.... sponsors, Mrs. Margaret McDermott and Miss Elizabeth 
Kapp. 




STANDING: E. Pleasants, senior rep.; W. Turner, senior rep.; B. Jackson, 
senior rep.. SEATED: C. Lineberger, junior rep.; L. H. Hutchins, sopho- 
more rep.; B. Smith, sophomore rep.; M. Payne, senior rep.; J. Pearce, 



junior rep.; K. Wall, junior rep.; N. Tennille, vice-president; J. Evans, 
president; K. Blackwell, secretary; H. Bender, treasurer; C. Benbow, rep. 
from House; E. Pleasants, freshman rep. 



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HOUSE OFFICERS 

S. Philo, 9th grade rep.; N. Bambalis, 11th grade rep.; C. Adams, 
secretary; A. Grant, speaker pro-tem; A. Bair, speaker; K. Mot- 
singer, secretary; C. Benbow, senior rep.; N. Wasell, 10th grade 
rep.; R. Mallory, 8th grade rep. 




House Court and House of Representatives 



Mrs. Reich, sponsoring Mrs. Lyerly and Mrs. Mustian, ad- 
vising speaker, Anna Bair . speaker pro-tem, Alice Grant 
secretary, Kathryn Motsinger treasurer, Carlton Adams 
House members elected from each class . . . . representatives 
choosen from each homeroom encouraging students to take 
pride in their school's appearance ... discouraging inconsiderate 



actions stopping harmful deeds House Court trying vio- 

laters weekly representatives meeting weekly sponsoring 

the first devotional chapel of the new year at which Dr. Julian 
Lake spoke planning and carrying out new projects to help 

beautify our school. 




FIRST ROW: C. Adams, Treas.; K. Motsinger, Sec; A. Grant, Speaker 
pro-tem; A. Bair, Speaker, C. Benbow, Rep. of Council. SECOND ROW- 
L. Hardie, D. Pfefferkorn, L. Slawter, V. Ekvall, B. Holton, M. Conrad, 
J. Stafford, M. Hill, A. Collier, P. Bowers, L. Wilcox. THIRD ROW J 
Schindel M. Gold, K. Amen, C. Morgan, J. Brookshire, N. Wasell S 
Howell, B. Bulla, S. Philo, B. Tucker. FOURTH ROW: M. Eller M 



Morns, P. Metcalf, J. Hamrick, J. Skipper, A. Fitts, P. Pearce, J. Wright 
J. Davrs. FIFTH ROW: B. Vermilya, B. Archie, P. Licker, C. Davis B 
Crump, C. Perry, J. Bulla, R. Mallory, P. Dunn, M. Miller. SIXTH ROW- 
B. Lowery, C. Doub, J. Reich, F. Hightower, B. Brown, B. Avery I. 
Shapiro. 



Page Sixty-One 




Alice Grant and Anne 
Newton, senior editors, and 
Carolyn Jarvis, art editor. 




Carolyn Benbow, circula- 
tion manager, and G. G. 
Saunders and Mary Morris, 
junior editors. 




Editors Kay Angel and Merel Robin struggle over the dummy. 



Kay twisting her pony-tail Merel fretting over pictures 

endless identification of group pictures translating 

the identification books Mary Louise and Patricia al- 

ways typing checking and rechecking . Alice and 

Newton struggling with the uncompleted senior write-ups 
. photographing juniors and seniors for two weeks . . 
Carolyn drawing little "Demons" various and sundry 

notes on the blackboard Warren and his scraps and 

snaps Gail writing and assigning write-ups Mary 

and G. G. alphabetizing the juniors everyone helping 

to make the deadline. 



Merry Gordon Pannill, 
faculty editor, Peggy Sutton, 
and Gail Grupenhof, write- 
up editor. 



Black and Gold 





Staff members and typists for the Black and Gold. 



Page Sixty-Two 




The editorial staff, Julie 
Goodwin, Johnny Clinard, 
and Mary Louise Hurst. 




Warren Sams, photogra- 
pher; Linda Kirby, feature 
editor; Paul Rollins, boys' 
sports editor; and Kat 
Creech, girls' sports editor. 




Phyllis Hayes and Linda 
Hardie, exchange editors; 
Norma Golberg, cartoonist; 
and Julie Ann Jackson, cir- 
culation manager. 



Cleve Fletcher, business manager, and Martha Eller, editor-in- 
chief, work hard to meet a deadline. 

Martha urging us to meet the new deadline . . . . journalists 
frantically writing their stories at the last minute. . . check- 
ing the ever present assignment sheet . . watching Linda 
and Phyllis lick hundreds of stamps for the exchanges 
befriending a stray cat Kat and Merry Gordon taking 

those exciting ( ? ) trips to Piedmont . . counting out a 
thousand papers to be delivered before school . . . . peeking 
at scoops joining in our bull sessions with the gang 

Norma working on cartoons. . daily sweltering in room 
124 second year students sweating the exams the 

mad struggle converting the Thanksgiving paper to the 
Christmas issue everyone working hard, but having fun 



Pine Whispers 




Staff members and reporters gather in 124 for a staff meeting. 



Page Sixty-Three 





Honor Society officers: seated, Martha Ann Myers, secre- 
tary; Norris Johnston, devotional chairman; Bill Jackson, presi- 
dent; standing, Charles Elkins, vice-president; Louise Efird, 
treasurer; Norton Tennille, vice-president of the State Honor 
Society. 



Jim Hart, Jean Clary, and Kmma Jean Zimmerman prepare 
for the fall induction. 



National Honor Society 

Organized 36 years ago . membership based on character, scholarship, leadership, and service inductions 

held twice a year sponsors first devotional chapel Mr. Joyner speaks pages help at College Day and 

P.T.A. Open House gives panels on high school training to underclassmen promotes Faculty Apprecia- 

tion day members attend state-wide convention holds meetings at 8:00 on Wednesday morning of- 

ficers this year are: Bill Jackson, president; Charles Elkins, vice-president; Martha Ann Myers, secretary; Louise 
Efird, treasurer; Norris Johnston, devotional chairman Miss Mataline Collette, faculty advisor. 




FIRST ROW: D. Thomas, A. Travis, N. Bowers, P. A. Myers, R. Shahan, 
A. Bair, S. Abernethy, C. Benbow. SECOND ROW: S. Ebert, K. Brown, 
S. Schell, M. Talley, K. Kirby, S. Schell, K. Angel. THIRD ROW: L. Davis, 
D. Goode, J. Clinard, L. Efird, Treas.; B. Jackson, Pres.; M. A. Myers, Sec; 



C. Elkins, Vice-Pres.: N. Johnston, Dev. Chairman; B. Earp, J. Martin, B. 
Mayer. FOURTH ROW: M. Filer, J. Clary, A. Grant, E. J. Zimmerman. 
FIFTH ROW: J. Hart, M. Robertson, N. Tennille, C. Holcomb. 



Page Sixty-lour 




Masque and Gavel 

Kate Blackwell, Norton Tennille, Charles Elkins, Johnny Clinard. 




Quill and Scroll 



^Oee^ Ben£^ K ' A "** •>• C ""^. G. Grupenhof, M. HMer, L. Kirby, 



Pd&'f Sixty-lire 





P. Heist, B. Buckalew, B. Buell. 



KEY CLUB SWEETHEART 

KAY CURRIN 



Key Club 



Bill Farrell, president Mr. Morrow and Mr. Mitchell, sponsors meetings on Wed- 

nesday nights polishing trophies selling buttons washing windows dances 

after the game hayrides the pause that refreshes at half-time Linwood's crave 

for money Hawn and Chambers, secretaries vice-president, Ralph Bender . 

money for the March of Dimes homecoming highlights jazzing up the juke-box 

Kay Currin, club sweetheart follies, frollics and fun Christmas star and tree 

service a good time had by all, compliments of the Key Club. 





FIRST ROW: B. Farrell, Pres.; R. Bender, Vice-Pres.; B. Chambers, Corr. 
Sec; B. Hawn, Rec. Sec; L. Davis, Treas. SF.COND ROW: B. Buckalew, 
R. Roscoe, G. Little, B. Evans, J. Shapiro, A. Lyon. THIRD ROW: B. Cook, 
J. Reich, W. Sams, B. Smith, T. Smith, B. Hunter, B. Hunter, N. Tennille. 



FOURTH ROW: G. Allen, R. Shaffner, B. Jackson, D. Page, J. Curlee, C. 
Holcomb, B. Buell. FIFTH ROW: H. Bender, C. Adams, S. Clark. SIXTH 
ROW: D. Voorhees, W. Turner, P. Heist. SF.VF.NTH ROW: T. Cummings, 
J. Marshall, J. F.vans. 



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President Randy Wilson and Paul Rollins put up the 
Demon before a football game. 




The tea for new teachers ... an annual S.S.C. project. 




Senior Service Club 

Randy Wilson, president Mr. Whitley, sponsor Thursday night meetings wear- 

ing new club jackets giving out beat 'urn tags putting up the Demon before each 

football game selling Reynolds license plates sponsoring football dances and bon- 

fires Mauzy, wanting more money Holcomb, wanting for members sponsoring 

Homecoming parades .annual tea for teachers Avery's ever-present energy 

Shaffner, never present painting fishponds collecting money for the March of 

Dimes selling basketball programs sponsoring Homecoming dance and festivities 

hanging the Demon and welcome banners in the gym . Lewis, just hanging around 
carrying books for the teachers electing new members the year to remember. 




FIRST ROW: R. Wilson, Pres.; F. Pleasants, Vice-Pres • N Lowrance Sec • 
n M h aU2y y, T n e , aS - SE £°N D ROW: P. Dunn, G. Cask «£/ P Wa G „ W 
THIRD ROW I C °RM R °»»>\?- Brown L. Vickers - D Shaffnc^T Dunn! 
1H1KD ROW: L. Blalock, G. McGugan, B. Avery, P. Craver, B. Voorhees. 



J. McKenzie, R. Vaughn, A. Thompson, F. Hightower. FOURTH ROW 

I w, ,, U \w' n ^ L Holcomb . R - McAden, W. Blake, Mr. Whitley, G. Lewis', 
K. Wall, w. Carter. 



Page Sixty-Seven 





OFFICERS . . . Wilfred Turner, president; Don Shaffner, treas- 
urer; Ralph Bender, secretary; and Cecil Holcomb, vice-president. 



Monogram Club members Alec Thompson, Ran Shaffner, and 
Wally Dunham during a basketball half-time. 



Monogram Club 



One of the school's largest organizations with 60 members sponsored by Coach Wilson 

club selected the following to lead their activities: President, Wilfred Turner; Vice- 
President, Cecil Holcomb; Secretary, Ralph Bender; and Treasurer, Don Shaffner . 
Sponsored annual Black and Gold campaign . They help keep order at basketball games 
and other sporting events. 





FIRST ROW: D. Shaffner, treasurer; C. Holcomb, vice-president; W. Tur- 
ner, president; R. Bender, secretary. SFCOND ROW; W. Blake, I.. Budd, 
R. Combs, A. Conway, B. Hawn, T. Smith, W. Dunham, T. Cummings. 
THIRD ROW: J. Mauzy, J. Evans, C. Johnson, D. Blanco, K. Wall, D. 



Kinney, N. Lowrance. FOURTH ROW: R. McAden, J. Shapiro, D. Page, 
L. Davis, R. Shaffner, D. Powell. FIFTH ROW: Mr. Wilson, F. Fowler, J. 
Hart, J. Muickey, J. Morrow. SIXTH ROW: W. Avery, B. Haworth, B. 
Buckalew. 



Page Sixty-Eight 




Kate Blackwell and Norton Tennille, negative debaters pre- 
pare for a debate. ' 




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Charles Elkins, Norton Tennille, Kate Blackwell, and Peter 
treed, varsity debaters. 



Debating Club 



Holds discussions on local, national, international problems . prepares for state-wide 
and triangular debates Peter Freed, president; Norton Tennille, vice-president; Charles 

fclkins, secretary-treasurer sponsor, Mrs. Garrison; assistant sponsor, Mr Morrow 

National Forensic League attended High Point congress in November Peter Freed 

named the most outstanding speaker in the House of Representatives plans to attend 

Regional conference in Columbia, South Carolina officers are: Kate Blackwell, presi- 

dent; Charles Elkins, vice-president; Norton Tennille, secretary-treasurer 




FIRST ROW: N. Tennille, vice-president; P. Freed, president- C Elkins 
secretary. SECOND ROW: J. Brooks, T. Beitchman, S Harreli, C. Dal"s.' 



he"/ 11 ^ 0°d^n H ' Butner ' B - Barnhardt > B Senkus, E. Mock, D. OFla- 



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MISS JANIE WEAVER 
College Club Sponsor 



COLLEGE CLUB OFFICERS . . . Martha Ann Myers, president- 
Beverly Bunn, vrce-president; Linda Kirby, secretary; and Jean 
McDowell, treasurer. 



College Club 



President, Martha Ann Myers vice-president, Beverly Bunn secre- 

tary, Linda Kirby treasurer, Jean McDowell . sponsor, Miss Weaver 

meetings, third period every other Thursday 106 senior girls try 

to decide where to go to college. listen to advice about college life 
sell Christmas cards get scared to death about the difficulty of college 
.give $100 scholarship to a worthy club member receive papers 
telling what to take to college . collect dues . take roll make grad- 
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college. 






Anne Newton and Martha Lou Dillon sell Christmas cards 
to raise money for the scholarship fund. 



Martha Ann presides over a Thursday morning meeting in 
the library. 



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OFFICERS . . . Joan Carpenter, secretary; John Davis, vice-presi- 
dent; Howard Kelly, president; and Ann Howard, treasurer. 



The Christmas pageant, in which the Thespians play a main role. 



Thespians 



Speakers discuss make-up club listens to tape recordings of its plays . every member 

participates in a play during club period Christmas chapel program given with the 

chorus' assistance members choose costumes design scenery go to district con- 

ference produces a one-act play for state-wide contest at Chapel Hill officers for year 

1957-58 are as follows: Howard Kelly, president; John Davis, vice-president; Joan Carpen- 
ter, secretary; Ann Howard, treasurer. Mrs. Catherine Lyerly, faculty advisor. 





FIRST ROW: H. Kelly, Pres.; J. Davis, Vice-Pres.; J. Carpenter, Sec; A. 
Howard, Treas. SECOND ROW: M. Potter, N. Harvel, D. Parrish, J. 
Bowman, N. Maya, V. Kestler, A. Hammill, J. Rice, B. Davis, M. Clary, 



S. Stanford. THIRD ROW: S. Gramby, B. Burgess, S. Lund, P. Rhyme, M. 
Morris, C. Gatewood, C. Upton, J. Schindel, M. Newell, J. Clinard. 



Page Seventy-Four 



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Carolyn Jarvis, Anne Newton, and Beebe Davis wait and 
rest while a fellow club member sells Judge Sams some dough- 
nuts. 



A typical meeting on a typical Monday night. 




Senior Y-Teens 



The Senior Y-Teens Betty Earp, president; Martha Ann Myers, vice-president; Anne 

Newton, secretary; Martha Payne, treasurer; Mary Louise Hurst, devotional chairman; 
Beebe Davis, inter-club council representative collecting toys for Chirstmas Toy Shop 

planning formal dance with Senior Hi-Y in February raising money to support or- 

phan wearing bermudas and slacks to the meetings selling doughnuts meeting the 
Hi-Y at the F D B after the meetings club attends Recognition service at first of the 

year. officers attend executive training clinic contributes to World Fellowship Fund 

. . . organizing basketball teams. . having great fun. 




FIRST ROW: M. Payne, treasurer; A. Newton, secretary; M. A. Myers 
vice-president; B. Earp, president; B. Davis, I.C.C.; M. L. Hurst devo- 
tional chairman. SECOND ROW: P. A. Crews, A. Bair, J. Clary J Good- 
win, A. Grant, J. Blackwood, G. Todd, N. Peyton, R. Thomas, M. L. Dil- 
lon, A. Vance, L. Hardie, J. C. Hester, A. Maya, I. Butler, C. Little L 
Rudolph. THIRD ROW: K. Kirby, E. J. Zimmerman, R. Shahan, J. 
Steele S. Douglas, S. Sheets, M. McKenzie, M. Conrad, D. Thomas, S. 
Schell, L. Stockton, S. Robertson, B. Ptacek. FOURTH ROW- M Mad- 
drey, M. G. Pannill, S. A. Chappie, J. Hauser, K. Norfleet, M. Hobson, 



F. McGehee. J. McDowell, J. Carr, J. Smith, P. J. Cryner. FIFTH ROW- 
A. Marshall, P. Agee, J. Conrad, A. Poley, S. Clouse, L. Kirby, B. Bunn A 
Co.nrad, P. Myers, K. Garner, C. Carriker. SIXTH ROW: A. Sheets C 
Benbow, K. Voss, N. Johnston, N. McMillan, N. Knutton. SEVENTH 
ROW: E. McCanless, D. Smith, J. Hanks, L. Efird, M. Filer, G Bull K 
Angel, P. Hayes. EIGHTH ROW: E. Brown, D. Tuttle, C. Elliott C Mun- 
roe, N. Startsman, T. Frizzelle, C. Jarvis. NINTH ROW: E. McCarthy L 
Smither, W. Neal, J. Johnson, N. A. Stokes, M. Talley, A. Shelton 



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Sophomore Y-Teens 



FIRST ROW: B. Barringer, president; L. Nunn, vice-president; M. Dwig- 
gins, secretary; S. Eisenburg, treasurer; D. McQuown, I.C.C.; M. E. Hunt 
I.C.C. SECOND ROW: E. Bair, M. Pfaff, B. Walsh, F. Speas, J. Vance, 
S. Lineberger, E. Fulmer, J. Brown, K. Wooten, C. Redding, J. Lawson, 
R. A. Pfohl, D. Bass, B. Charles, P. Lewis, E. Crouse. THIRD ROW: C. 
Coan, F. Brasko, C. Mazrand, C. Markunas, R. LaPrell, M. Jackson, A. 
Warren, L. Dacis, B. Newsome, B. Hartnett, C. Marshall, K. Kappes, 

A. Beard, J. Brande, C. Cisens, M. A. Roberson, J. Clary, P. Barbee. 
FOURTH ROW: S. Lowrey, S. Young, N. Wasell, T. Fulp, S. Edwards, 

B. Chafin, A. Collier, J. Butler, M. Mitchell, N. Dunham, E. Holmes, P. 
Snyder, S. Blackmore, C. Sheets, P. Clanton, J. Ayers, S. Thorpe, C. 
Howell. FIFTH ROW: A. Fitts, G. Howell, P. Ray, S. Smith, P. Rau, 



D. Pipkin, M. Schindel, C. Simons, S. Calaway, M. Cox, S. Davidson J 
Newsom, D. Rollick, D. Knighten, J. Sides, C. Church, P. Briggs ' B 
Ward. SIXTH ROW: D. Westmoreland, M. Triplet, J. Brookshire D Mul- 
ler, J. Fritts, S. Craft, Z. Strub, P. Wolberg, L. Lockard, N. Burgess, S 
Taylor, B. Swaim, J. Decker, L. Heard, B. Washburn, B. Bryan, J Bow- 
man. SEVENTH ROW: P. Williams, J. Martin, S. Henry, S. Dunnagan 
M. Dowell, C. Truesdale, L. Pannill, J. Cox, J. Steadman, A. Pulman, 
B. Chappell, B. Wyrick, A. Howard, N. Harvell, C. Upton, S. Marshall 
L. Reynolds. EIGHTH ROW: M. Bennett, P. Bacon, A. Hart, P. Bowers' 
NINTH ROW: J. Gallman, S. Gatewood, E. Foxworth. TENTH ROW: A. 
Staton, S. Livengood, D. Thompson, A. Cockerham, J. Decker, J. Gitter 
J. Cly. 




Ushers Club 



FIRST ROW: F. Gamble, T. Butner, R. Houston, D. Goode, J. Clinard, 
R. Wise. SECOND ROW: Mr. Peters, R. Huffman, E. Kimel, M. Sprinkle 
J. Martin, J Cancer. THIRD ROW: J. Brown, J. Curlee, B. Wallace 
A. Scales. FOURTH ROW: N. Tennille, R. Davis, N. Daves, R. Carter 



B. Vermilya, B. Clingman, M. Robertson. FIFTH ROW: B. Jackson, 
B. Voorhees, B. Chambers. SIXTH ROW: T. Watts, C. Johnson, J. 
McKenzie, B. Farrell, B. Avery. 







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Eddie Pleasants, treasurer; Bobby Chambers, secretary; Ran 
Shaffner, president; Linwood Davis, chaplain; Cecil Holcomb, 
sergeant-at-arms; and Bill Jackson, vice-president. 



SENIOR HI-Y SPONSORS . . . Anna Conrad, Martha 
Beverly Bunn. (Slightly wind-blown, don't you think?) 



Payne, 



Senior Hi-Y 



Sponsor dances after games . . . . enjoys hayrides and sock-hops . meetings held Monday 

nights at Y.M.C.A 42 participants . . . . members approved by club, Mr. Joyner, and the 

faculty. must have a "B" subject average and maintain 90 on deportment officers 

are the following: Ran Shaffner, president; vice-president, Bill Jackson; secretary, Bob 
Chambers; and treasurer, Eddie Pleasants. 





FIRST ROW: R. Shaffner, president; B. Jackson, vice-president; C. Hoi 
comb, sergeant-at-arms; L. Davis, chaplain; B. Chambers, secretary; E 
Pleasants, treasurer. SECOND ROW: T. Butner, R. Houston, D. Goode 
B. Weaver, J. Clinard, R. Wise, J. Brown. THIRD ROW: N. Tennille 
M. Sprinkle, B. Farrell, B. Avery, B. Voorhees. FOURTH ROW: J. Mc 



Kenzie, B. Buckalew, T. Smith, B. Brown, J. Martin, B. Parks. FIFTH 
ROW: C. Johnson, D. Page, N. Lowrance, P. Nanzetta, C. French, D. 
Walker. SIXTH ROW: W. Blake, J. Hart, W. Turner. SEVENTH ROW: 
J. Morrow, W. Carter, R. Carter. EIGHTH ROW: J. Evans, R. Bender, 
B. Cook, B. Mayer, J. Curlee, G. Long. 



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Junior Hi-Y 



FIRST ROW: R. McAden, president; S. Clark, vice-president; J Reich 
5?£fw, ary A T Cummings, parliamentarian; D. Blanco, chaplain. SECOND 
ROW: D. Gallagher, P. Watson, W. Dunham, P. Craver I Mauzv B 
Hawn. THIRD ROW: D. Johnson, C. Davis, T. Avera, D. Simpson G 
Bennett, M. Sov.ne, B. Clingman. FOURTH ROW: E. Bouldin, J. Vaughn, 



nc™ ?™W G V Sa 'ri S ' K - Wa "- A - Conway, B. Vermilya, B. Wallace. 
L^w/ r ^'vP- P u ' ham ' D ' Howell, D. Hedrick, F. Vestal. SIXTH 
KOW: C. Grubbs, R. Crump, S. Peebles, B. James. SEVENTH ROW- B 
Carson, L. Holcomb, A. Harris, F. Hightower, A. Thompson, R. Combs 




FIRST ROW: B. Smith, president; J. Bulla, vice-president; G. Little, sec- 
I 52L1?; ^'r^Tn t ^ aS ;\ rer - SKCOND R OW: H. Bender, D. Gaskins, 
THIRD ROW Rr' i N ? ws ° me X B - Swaringen. P. Simpson, Mr. Foil. 
PowhP r r ?• w? r ", har t t ' X P Unn ' G McGugan, R. Messick, D. 
Powell, C. Creech, W. Lamb, D. Frizzelle, T. Dunn; FOURTH ROW: 



Sophomore Hi-Y 



L H. Hutchins, S. Ogden, R. Gasque, D. O'Flahertv, J. Shackford T 
Hayes, R^ Boggs, S. Staples, B. Womble. FIFTH ROW: C. Adams, B. 

OTTHBnwTo/!'"^ £" Howard ' C. Hamilton, L. Satterwhite. 
SIXTH ROW: L. Blalock, D. Fulp, R. Roscoe, H. Morgan, B. Morefield, 
d. Gegenheimer, B. Snow. 



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Penn Craver, treasurer; Linda Wall, president; Harty Clowes, 
secretary; and Kathryn Motsinger, vice-president. 



Neil Williams, rreasurer; Archie Scales, secretary; 
vice-president; and Paul Watson, president. 



Carl Hunt, 



French Club I 



Presidents: Linda Wall and Paul Watson Kitty Motsinger and Carl Hunt, 

vice-presidents Harty Clowes and Archie Scales, secretaries Penn 

Craver and Neil Williams, treasurers learn French customs see French 

movies . . . . design bulletin boards study French history . . government 

of the French country . . . . meet during regular class period reading of 

French paper, La Jeunesse. . Mrs. Annie Preston Fearrington, director. 




FIRST ROW: K. Motsinger, P. Watson, A. Scales, H. Clowes, N. Wil- 
liams, P. Craver, C. Hunt, L. Wall. SECOND ROW: M. E. Smith, J. Mc- 
Reynolds, B. Watson, C. Fletcher, M. Martin, S. Baity, P. Ebert, B. Heit- 
man, E. Stafford, J. Rice. THIRD ROW: M. Kerr, S. Harrell, S. Harris, 
Grady, A. McDowell, C. Wagoner, S. Lund, C. Redding, A. Clifton, L. 
L. Davis, N. Raum, M. Morris, J. Lewis, C. Bleimeyer, S. Ledwith, S. Rice, 



C. Turner, B. Wallin, F. Smith, S. Turner, P. A. Smith, Mrs. Fearrington. 
FOURTH ROW: B. Leonard, H. Day, B. Wallace. FIFTH ROW: R. Huff- 
man, E. Kimel, R. Chew, D. Pickard, B. Vermilya, J. Donovan. SIXTH 
ROW: S. Peebles, A. Lyon, S. Dillon, B. Hunter, B. Snow, F. Bradshaw. 
SEVENTH ROW: L. Vickers, F. Hightower, W. Curlee, C. Cashwell, J. 
Daniels, B. Gibson. 



Page Eighty-Six 







Mike Sprinkle, treasurer; Emma Jean Zimmerman, secretary; 
Frankie McGehee, president; Ran Shaffner, vice-president. 



Helen Shore, treasurer; Chris French, president; Linda Kirby 
secretary; Mary Maddrey, vice-president. 




French Club II 



Annual dinner held at Mrs. Fearrington's house. . . presidents, Frankie Mc- 
Gehee and Christ French . Ran Shaffner and Mary Maddrey, vice-presi- 
dents Emma Jean Zimmerman and Linda Kirby, secretaries . . . . Mike 
Sprinkle and Helen Shore, treasurers . . working crossword puzzles. . dis- 
cussions on French food French National Honor Society, local chapter 
organized in 1953 Christmas carols sung . plays given meetings 
twice a month guest speakers French games. enjoying French paper, 
La Vie. French correspondents . Mrs. Annie Preston Fearrington, advisor. 




FIRST ROW: M. Sprinkle, M. W. Maddrey, H. Shore, C. French, F. Mc- 
Gehee, E. J. Zimmerman, R. Shaffner. SECOND ROW: M. G. Pannill, A. 
Grant, S. Douglas, J. Steele, P. J. Cryner, C. Jarvis, A. Bair, K. Angel, 
A. Barnes, B. Horton. THIRD ROW: P. Crews, M. Hobson, S. Robert- 
son, C. Coan, A. Sheets, J. C. Hester, V. Griffith, N. Startsman, Mrs. 
Fearrington. FOURTH ROW: C. Benbow, J. Travis, K. Kappes, S. Aber- 



nethy, R. LaPrelle, M. A. Roberts, J. Johnson, C J. Buchanan. FIFTH 
ROW: S. Dunnagan, L. Heard, M. Talley. SIXTH ROW- P. Freed E 
Brown, B. Washburn. SEVENTH ROW: T. Buddine, J. Dull, B Hunter 
L. Skidmore, S. Allen, J. Carr. EIGHTH ROW: R. Carter, M. Robertson,' 
N. Tennille, J. Clinard, C. Watson, T. Butner. 



Page Eighty-Seven 




History Club 



FIRST ROW: N. Daves, treasurer; J. Brown, president; R. Enders, secre- 
tary; J. Murdock, vice-president. SECOND ROW: S. Calaway, R. Wise, 
F. Gamble, T. Burner, P. Melvin, W. Burton, B. Plitt, J. Tuttle. THIRD 



ROW: J. Martin, R. Carter, R. Davis, H. Schiller, A. Lyon, R. Houston, 
M. Sprinkle. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Mitchell, W. Turner, C. French, C. 
Bowden, H. Clark, E. Maddrey, R. Payne, S. Allen. 









Janitors and Maids 

FIRST ROW: Louis Peoples, Minnie Jones, Leon James. SECOND 
ROW: Louis Smith, Demarshall Sheppard, Sonny Cook. 




Cafeteria Staff 

FIRST ROW: Bernie Harris, Thelton Guess, Mildred Wallace, Geral- 
dine Belton, Willie Lee Bradshaw. SECOND ROW: Alene Davenport, 
Lillian Hart, Broadus Evans, Kenneth Gilreath. 



Page Eighty-Eight 




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Eighth Grade Bible Club 



FIRST ROW: J. Ziglar, J. Hill, D. Kanoy, L. Thomas, L. Stewart, P. 
Henry SECOND ROW: B Griffin, j. Pitts, j. Champion, P. Hahn C. 
Chandler, C. Kandzer. THIRD ROW: K. Traylor, B. Swaim, C. Johan- 



sen, C. Sprinkle, J. Parks, J. Adams. FOURTH ROW: J. Turner M 
Roberts. FIFTH ROW: M. S. Rettinger, K. Sapp. SIXTH ROW: N. Hem- 
mings, D. Venable. 




Junior Red Cross 



FIRST ROW: G. Todd, president; J. Hobson, vice-president; J. Smith 
secretary; M. Hobson, treasurer. SECOND ROW: A. Maya, R. Phofl M 
Schindel, C. Inabinet, J. O'Keefe, V. Key, C. Sheets, N. Dunham,' N 
Putnam, P. Stallings, P. Sutton, M. Brockwell. THIRD ROW- M Tate 
M. Eidson, M. Owings, B. Parker, C. Little, B. Davis, J. Butler, L. George' 
B. Clark. FOURTH ROW: B. Chappell, J. Martin, K. Kappes, A. Steele, 



J. Holder, S. Dunnagan, N. Peyton, R. Thomas, B. Tucker. FIFTH ROW- 
C Baugh, G. Henry, E. Foxworth, G. W. Flintom, D. Alexander, B 
Hooper P. Ward, N. Pike. SIXTH ROW: K. Hampton, B. Cushman, A. 
Brown, B. Reich, P. Odom, B. Bradshaw. SEVENTH ROW: M Robert- 
son, J. Barrow, J. Marshall, B. Rumple. 



Page Eighty-Nine 




Bible Club 



FIRST ROW: J. Schriest, secretary; J. Manuel, president; P. Pearce, vice- Howell, L. Lockard, A. Cockerham, N. Pike, C. Worrell, P. Ray. THIRD 

president; Mr. Peters. SECOND ROW: S. Zimmerman, C. Ridgeway, G. ROW: P. Russel, D. Smithers, R. Brewer, M. Russell. 




Eighth Grade Reading Club 

FIRST ROW: A. Nelson, D. Church, M. Miller, president; F. Parnell, L. ler, J. Hamrick, vice-president; P. Licker, C. Harris, J. Samuel, J. Baker, 

Dahlen, D. Owens, secretary-treasurer. SECOND ROW: L. Young, B. Kel- M. Harrington. 



Page Ninety 




Business Staff 



FIRST ROW: A. Newton, C. Buchanan, K. Kirby, C. Jarvis, J. Goodwin 
J. Steele, N. Startsman. SECOND ROW: S. Ebert, N. A. Stokes, M. W.' 



Maddrey, K. Norfleet, K. Voss, B. Bunn, R. Shahan, C. Little. 




FIRST ROW: J. Goodwin, president: C. Little, vice-president; E. Bair 
secretary; K. Cook, treasurer. SECOND ROW: R. Bender, T. Cummings, 
H. Bender, A. Harris, F. Hightower, B. Bryant, J. Bunn, J. Evans, R. Wil- 



Teen-Age Council 



son, L. Davis, L. Blalock. THIRD ROW: G. Forrest, M. Payne, B. Snow, 
C. Benbow, B. Davis, B. Bunn, B. Walsh, G. Steele, J. Blackwood, C. 
Lineberger, B. Steele, A. Bair, A. Conrad. 



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FIRST ROW: R McGehee vocalist; B. Mayer, M. Robertson, D. Goode 
B. Jackson, R. Houston. SECOND ROW: J. Clinard, pianist- R. Carter, J. 



Essie, H. Day, D. Hodges, R. Perryman, S. Robertson. 



Page Ninety-One 




Junior High Science Club 



FIRST ROW: H. Peeples, V. Boyle, S. Wall, M. J. Yandell, C. Peters, S. 
Beckerdite, J. Rike, S. Kemp, B. Bamless, P. Murray, M. White, K. Amen. 
SECOND ROW: V. Ekvall, P. Stallings, D. Pate, D. Pfefferkorn, M. 
Wolfe, C. Keiger, K. Jones, L. Simms, L. Price, J. Orrell, B. Crews, J. 
Durana, P. Baker, A. Cabe, D. Forsyth. THIRD ROW: M. Holzbaur, R. 
Fishel, T. Thornton, B. Jones, A. Brown, S. Johnson, P. Wooten, B. 



Groat, F. Bahnson, T. Fddleman, B. Seibels, B. Greenway, B. Fox, P. 
Baragona. FOURTH ROW: P. Williams, C. Veitch, M. Foltz, T. Mc- 
Kenzie, T. Lockard, R. Harper, B. Willingham, D. Porter, B. White, B. 
Schiller, J. Shaffner, S. Petree. FIFTH ROW: M. Cook, B. Sugg, B. 
Brockwell, T. Cordell, L. Ballard, L. Gordon, J. Kausch, D. Forest, L. 
Wright, R. Mallory, W. Bost. 




Business Club 



FIRST ROW: J. Hauser, treasurer; S. A. Chappie, secretary; D. Cox, presi- 
dent; P. Miller, vice-president. SECOND ROW: J. Sides, J. Brookshire, 
W. Hendrick, J. Boyle, M. Orrell, D. Moore, D. Mills, C. Padgett, L. Cald- 
well, L. Hauser, M. Whitlow, J. Nichols, B. Fox. THIRD ROW: L. Bar- 



bee L. Pannill, G. McKenzie, W. Lowe, L. Finlayson, M. McKinney, S. 
Dixon, S. Ray, D. Wilson, J. Cress, M. Moore, A. Poley. FOURTH ROW: 
P. Pass, S. Ivy, M. A. Poteete, J. Crews, J. A. Stockton, R. Hargrove, M. 
Sullivan, G. Pass, M. Harp, A. Anthony, P. Miller. 




Math Club 



FIRST ROW: S. Hutcheson, president; J. Smith, vice-president; J. Bass, 
secretary-treasurer. SECOND ROW: Miss Smith, M. Collins, B. Weaver, R. 



Spainhour, J. Beard, G. Chatman, B. Loyd, J. Moore, J. Hitchcock, A. 
Scales, B. Vermilya, T. Buddine, V. Cordell. 



Page Ninety-Two 




Office Pages and Receptionists 



FIRST ROW: L. Tesh, S. I.edwith, V. McGee, C. Fletcher, K. Wall M A 
Myers, K. Norfleet, R. Shahan, J. Conrad, assistant secretary; I. Hardie 
assistant secretary; G. Todd, C. Miller. SECOND ROW: A. Vance p' 
Parker, J. Poindexter, S. Harris, P. Ward, M. Kirby, J. Joyner, M. Owi'ngs 
M. Martin, C. Morgan, L. Stockton. THIRD ROW: A. Newton K Jones 



N. Trivette, K. Motsinger, B. Horn, B. Bradshaw, J. Childress, C. Turner 
G. Bullin, J. Brande, M. Brockwell. FOURTH ROW: J. Heckard R* 
Thomas, J. Fearrington, K. Masten. FIFTH ROW: M. J. Allen L Taxis 
B. Ptacek, V. Shermer. SIXTH ROW: S. Harvel, P. Amos, K. Hampton' 
L. Smither, W. Neal, J. Johnson. 




High School Junior Science Club 



FIRST ROW: J. Speight, vice-president; B. Avery, president. SECOND 
ROW: P. Bates, B. Downing, G. Morgan, W. Preussel, D. Gallagher, J. 
Trivette, O. Coe, J. Church. THIRD ROW: L. Bowman, L. Byrd, J. Tay- 



lor, B. Hurst, J. Davis, B. Newsome, B. Swaringen, S. James. FOURTH 
ROW: D. Needham, D. Pickard, J. Johnson. FIFTH ROW: R. Belton, T. 
Thompson. 



Page Ninety-Three 




Library Staff 



FIRST ROW: B. Davis, secretary; A. Vance, president; L. Wall, treasurer; 
C. Turner, vice-president. SECOND ROW: P. Odom, K. Currin, K. Wall, 
M. J. Allen, J. Pearce, J. Fearrington. THIRD ROW: Miss Caldwell, S. 



F.bert, J. Clary, A. Bair, K. Voss, J. Goodwin, M. Payne, B. Bunn, B. 
Snow, P. Legette, G. Steele, S. Glenn, K. Creech, S. Sheets, A. Grant, A. 
Newton. 




Pep Board 



OFFICERS STANDING (right): M. Payne, Student Council Representa- 
tive; A. Vance, Co-Chairman; K. Motsinger, Representative from the 
House; C. Johnson, Monogram Club; W. Blake, S.S.C. (left): A. Bair, 
Representative of the Cheerleaders; J. A. Foster, G.A.A.; D. Page, Key 
Club; W. Avery, Representative; W. Carter, Co-Chairman. FIRST ROW: 
C. Baker, M. R. Frye, P. Bradshaw, B. Lineberger, C. Coan, M. L. Dillon, 
C. Beardsley, B. A. Charles, A. Edwards, J. Clary, L. Hardie, M. McK.cn- 



zie, J. Scheider, S. Packard. SECOND ROW: S. Dawson, J. Beard, M. 
Hobson, K. Cook, A. Beard, E. Holmes, M. Jackson, C. Peters, B. Howell, 
J. Hartman, A. Badgett. THIRD ROW: S. Harvel, K. Hampton, E. Cooke, 
K. Creech, J. A. Holder, N. Peyton, M. Conrad, G. Simmons, P. Huband, 
B. Tucker, B. Smith. FOURTH ROW: J. Brown, B. Keller, L. Bowmans, 
R. Vaughn, W. Sams, J. Ashcroft. FIFTH ROW: N. Wilkerson, M. 
Parish, S. F.bert, K. Curtmaunder, J. Lock, P. Lee, H. Kelley. 



Page Ninety-Four 




Gym Leaders 



FIRST ROW: P. Dunham, treasurer; A. Fitts, vice-president; J. Hanks 
president; N. Dunham, secretary; R. Plemmons, treasurer. SECOND ROW 
P. Bradshaw, N. Cox, E. Pleasants, K. Jones, M. McCoy, M. Morris L 
Slawter, L. Holmes, M. Hanes, A. Wilsey, S. Harvel, E. Crouse, C. Baker 
B. Brewer, J. Hauser, P. Agee. THIRD ROW: J. Collins, A. Orrell, M 
Gold J. Sechnst, B. A. Meador, N. Peyton, T. Allen, A. Smither, S. Col 
ii n ?' V- Sim , s ' S - Ta V |or . S. Eisenberg, L. Nunn, S. Smith, J. Vance, A 
Poley, G. Todd. FOURTH ROW: J. Gardner, P. Collins, J. Holton S 
Young, E. Chipman, A. Parker, L. Heritage, P. Amos, P. Bowers, J. Ayers 



? v/ Ljneberger, M. E Hunt, T. Fulp, J. Clary, J. Tuttle. FIFTH ROW: S 
Wall, J.. Crawley. SIXTH ROW: D. Nowell, C. Finwall, J. Steadman C 
Inabinet P. Barbee, S. Benson, S. Airey, J. Fleenor, J. Stafford, M. Mar 

qfvi^itu | e Aw/ J - A?' Br i? n ' P - P „ earce ' N ' Putnam . P- Stallings, B. Daly 
, d N J H RO r W Mlss Coone y- J- Cox. M. Waggoner, M. Potter, N. Har 
I r •, Gl ^ er A I - P S te ; R Metcalf . B. Ward, A. Hart, A. Pullian, B. Swain 
d hi,,?,' C ?,'*''• £■ Hcmrick . B. Steele, G. Collette, M. Mitchell, C. Coan 
P. Walker Miss Dinkins. 




Historical Research Club 



FIRST ROW: J Curlee, president; H. Snow, vice-president; W. Sams 
second vice-president SECOND ROW: B. Gill, B. Holder, S. Averitt, N 
Senkus, D. Hodges, L. Vickers. THIRD ROW: Mr. Crowell, B. Sale B 



Thomas, B. Rike, M. Davis, C. Lewis, H. Schuitmaker. FOURTH ROW- 
C. Besonette, B. Parks, D. Walker, L. Chapman. 



Page Ninety-Five 




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P^ge Ninety-Six 





G.A.A. OFFICERS, First Row: Kiki Voss, president; Jean Clary, 
vice-president. Second Row: Rusty Plemmons, Charlotte Finwall, 
Sally Eisenberg, Gay Todd. 



Sponsor of G.A.A., Miss June Dinkins. 



Girls' Athletic Association 

Presiding at the meetings is Kiki Voss with the help of Jean Clary, vice-presi- 
dent; Charlotte Finwall and Rusty Plemmons, secretaries; Sally Eisenberg, 
treasurer; and the ever faithful council playing hard in varsity and intra- 

mural sports getting extra points at swimming and skating parties . . 

making strikes in bowling and Softball, winning ping pong tournaments 
. . . traveling out-of-town for play-days. going to eight o'clock meetings 
. making a scrapbook . losing extra pounds on Saturday hikes and gain- 
ing them back at the^ annual banquet teasing and being teased by our 
sponsor, Miss June Dinkins . having fun, fun, fun, down at the gym. 





Speedball intramurals, one of the many activities of G A A 
members. 



Linda Kirby dribbles away from Salisbury player in a varsity 
basketball game. 



Page Ninety-Seven 




Senior Marshals 



FIRST ROW: K. Blackwell, C. Lineberger. SECOND ROW: K. Currin, J. Pearce, A. Herring, P. Legette, K. Motsinger. 

chief; G. Steele, B. Snow, M. J. Allen, K. Wall, B. Howell. THIRD ROW: 




Cheerleaders 

A. Grant, C. Lineberger, B. Snow, B. Bunn, C. Benbow, assistant chief; K. Voss, M. Payne, B. Davis, J. A. Hanks, A. Bair, chief. 



Page Ninety-Eight 





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Eighth Grade Band 




FIRST ROW: K. Cooke, chief. SECOND ROW: B. Fitts, G Yarbrough 
M. Bryant, P. Bain, P. Dunham, J. Holton, M. Blackmore, N Mayer M 
Gold, D. Smithdeal, F. Parnell, D. Pfefferkorn, M. Thomas, L. Edwards 
B. Gegenheimer, S. Packard, D. Kanoy. THIRD ROW: Mr Mayer R 
Tillotson, B. Sherrill, C. Baldwin, B. Cooper, D. Davenport, D. DeRamus 
P. Hahn, D. Sprinkle, M. Lee, D. Venable, C. Harris, S. Peters, D. Craver 
M. Hart, S. Blount, R. Robinson, B. Moffie. FOURTH ROW- J Hutche 
son, W. Edwards, B. Waldman, B. Archie, H. Lincoln, S. Sulkin, B Sny 



fL"; R ; Andrew, B. Gibson, W. Nail, F. Disher, C. McEwan, G. Cofer, J 
Okeefe, F Freudig. FIFTH ROW: J. Keith, J. Chipman, F. Williams, N. 
Dalton D. Vestal, S, Stroupe, A. Drake, S. Cooper, S. Stone, T. Ogvurn 
B. Shaffner, J. Petree, H. Triplett, F. Richardson, A. Wood, B. Maynard 
C Maunder, J. Crawley, H. Nanzetta, J. Davis, E. Horwitz, B. Reich B 
Wi.son B Hartman, D. Yountz, B. Rhudz, D. Byerly, M. Harrington, K 
Davis, B. Lowery, R. Warren. 




Majorettes 



FIRST ROW: M. J. Allen, J. Blackwood, chief; C. Howell. SECOND 
ROW: K. Currin, L. Kirby, K. Wall, N. Dunham. THIRD ROW: A. 



Conrad, M. Pfaff, A. Fitts, J. A. Foster, B. Horn, M. Mitchell, D. Mc- 
Quown, R. Thomas. FOURTH ROW: B. Ward, E. Bair. 



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Boys' Chorus 



FIRST ROW: D. Parrish, R. Penry, R. Pickett, G. Little, K. McKeithan, 
T. Cooper, S. Scarlett, D. Clay, B. Masten. SECOND ROW: P. Little, 
M. Lorber, D. Chipman, B. Gegenheimer, C. Watson, R. Womack, B. Zeh, 
C. Smith. THIRD ROW: D. Newsome, L. Vickers, S. Peebles, D. Dwig- 



gins, R. Ellen, R. Turner, J. Kinney. FOURTH ROW: N. Senkus, B. Lov- 
e'.l, J. Hicks, E. Maddrey, T. Wilson, R. Marion. FIFTH ROW: J. Myers, 
J. Strawcutter, L. Taylor, M. Pettit, W. Colter, B. White. SIXTH ROW: 
C. Hamilton, W. Carter, J. Smith, J. Willis, G. Parrish, D. Voorhees. 




Instrumental Music Club 



FIRST ROW: D. Stuart, B. Leonard, D. Goode, H. Day, president; V. 
Griffith, treasurer; B. Mayer, vice-president; M. Robertson, P. Smith, J. 
Kelsey, E. McKnight. SECOND ROW: E. Crouse, B. Chambers, L. George, 
C. Markunus, B. Newsome, D. Yountz, B. Snyder, C. Anglin, R. Pulliam 
B. Slovenz, M. Cagle, C. Lane. THIRD ROW: S. Packard, P. Briggs, J. 
Newsom, S. Davidson, D. Rollick, D. Sprinkle, B. Blackburn, J. Helsabeck, 
L. Briggs, L. Rettinger, J. Smith, J. Rehder. FOURTH ROW: M. Lee, B. 



Pike, M. Bryant, B. Archie, A. Drake, D. Knighten, Mr. Mayer, B. Bryan. 
FIFTH ROW: J. O'Keefe, J. Crawley, H. Nanzetta, B. Davis, B. Reich, 
D. Ludlum, D. Mickey, C. Philips, R. David. SIXTH ROW: S. Peters, E. 
Horwirz, C. Beardsley, D. Turner, C. Joyce, J. Peterson, C. Steere, S. E. 
McCuisron. SEVENTH ROW: M. Hart, S. Bagnal, L. Edwards, L. Fuller. 
EIGHTH ROW: J. Petree, H. Coan, N. Mayer, B. Gegenheimer. NINTH 
ROW: C. Thacker, S. Matuszak, S. Snyder. 



Page One Hundred Five 



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inks it. 



J. Brewer and R. Davis set type for the Pine Whispers. 



Vocational Printing Class 

Boys guided by Mr. McSwain . . . classes held in print shop under the cafe- 
teria . . . . one of the most modern print shops in the South . . . . prints most 
material for city schools two classes daily . three hours each ... four 

year course ... mathematics and English also required . boys learn to use 
the presses and linotype machines. . . book binding taught . students placed 
in printing jobs after graduation. 







FIRST ROW: R. Brewer, S. Goodwin, E. Hunt, D. McKnight, W. Ham- 
mett, J. Brittain. SECOND ROW: J. Brewer, G. Pardue, W. Solomon, E. 
Stewart, C. Cunningham, A. Overby, G. Mitchell, A. Carros, A. Spaugh. 



THIRD ROW: B. Johnson, R. Bailey, R. Davis, W. Williams, T. Boose, 
S. Fulp, D. Crater, H. Starbuck, F. Payne, Mr. McSwain. 



Page One Hundred Six 




Devil or Angel? 




, . . And everybody was there . 




Big Chiefs 



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Beware! 




'Seaweed" 




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Censored ! 



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lad, stop to smile for the birdie. 




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"Ga, you just don't know!" exclaims Anna Conrad as she 
is crowned Homecoming Queen. Mr. Joyner and escort, Wayland 
Blake look on with pleasure. 



Football 



Placed second in Western Triple A Con- 
ference. co-captains: Cecil Holcomb, 
guard; Linwood Davis, end Holcomb 

made All-City team and was Shrine Bowl 
representative ... Don Shaffner, Bob 
Voorhees, Linwood Davis, Cecil Holcomb 
and Wilfred Turner given Honorable 
Mention on All-State team . ... squad 
elected Anna Conrad Homecoming 
queen coached by Herman Bryson, 

William Webster, and Shirley "Red" 
Wilson, former coach at Henderson, 
North Carolina . Backfield spots filled 
by Jerry Davis, Don Shaffner, Bill Far- 
rell, Bob Chambers, and Barry Cook 
looking great on the line were Neal 
Lowrance, Jimmy Moore, Don Crater, 
Eddie Pleasants, Bob Voorhees, Wilfred' 
Turner, Linwood Davis, and Cecil Hol- 
comb. 




FOOTBALL SCORES 

Reynolds — Gray — 20 

Reynolds — 34 Hanes — 

Reynolds — 19 . . ." Burlington — 6 

Reynolds — 6 Asheville — 6 

Reynolds — Salisbury — 21 

Reynolds — 22 . . ! Greensboro — 

Reynolds — 26 Gastonia — 20 

Reynolds — 7 Raleigh — 20 

Reynolds — 28 Charlotte Central — 12 

Reynolds — 26 High Point — 12 





Tailback Wally Dunham (26) streaks around the end to 
score Reynolds' first touchdown of the season. Leading inter- 
ference are Bob Voorhees (19), Don Shaffner (33), and Neal 
Lowrance (55). 



Wally Dunham (26) picks up yardage as Larry Wheeling 
(32) throws a block. 

Page One Hundred Thirteen 





Bccbc Davis, homecoming queen, is congratulated by Kiki Voss. 



Jerry Fvans, captain, talks over plans with our new coach, 
Mr. Ray Whitley. 



Ray Whitley's first year as head coach Jerry Evans, captain 

and leading scorer. won 1957-58 city championship . seven 
straight victories on home court three overtime games .... 

Smith's last second set-shots Haworth's last second lay-ups 

Jim Baker voted most valuable player Rollins long 

jump-shots Fowler's consistent rebounding Davis and 

Avery were top reserves. Homecoming game, another victory 
over Charlotte Central ... Beebe Davis crowned Homecoming 



Queen . . five senior starters lead Demons to ten victories .... 
nine games decided by one or two points . terrific support at 
every game team battled hard in an effort to make state 

AAA tournament . . face Salisbury to decide which team would 
go to the tournament . near capacity crowd of 2,300 saw 
team lose to Salisbury in an overtime, 38-37 finished season 

with annual Black and Gold game . the most exciting year 
ever!! 




FIRST ROW: N. Williams, P. Watson, T. Smith, P. Rollins, B. Haworth. 
SHCOND ROW: J. Baker, W. Avery, F. Fowler, D. Bryant, J. Evans. 



Page One Hundred Fourteen 






Manuel goes up for two points against Charlotte 
Central. 



Let's jump, Baker! 




BASKETBALL SCORES 

Hanes 35 Reynolds 41 

Gra y 48 Reynolds 66 

Gra y 47 Reynolds 61 

High Point 57 Reynolds 52 

Charlotte 45 Reynolds 48 

Salisbury 49 Reynolds 60 

Greensboro 41 Reynolds 43 

Gastonia 47 Reynolds 45 

Burlington 57 Reynolds 44 

Asheville 45 Reynolds 47 

High Point 54 Reynolds 58 

Charlotte 52 Reynolds 54 

♦Salisbury 46 Reynolds 44 

Greensboro 58 Reynolds 57 

Gastonia 45 Reynolds 46 

♦Burlington 47 Reynolds 45 

Asheville 56 Reynolds 41 

♦Salisbury 38 (playoff) Reynolds 37 

♦overtime 



Rollins flies as Smith puts on brakes. 





Evans tries to get out of a jam as Fowler does the guarding 
and Baker comes in to help. 



6'8" Fowler can get in jams too. 



Page One Hundred Fifteen 




Barry Cook, Jerry Evans, and Jerry Davis talk with coach Mr. 
Bryson. 









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Baseball 



Boys start the season looking great . team practices catching and batting at 

Hanes Field players goof-off in locker room might have a good chance 

for championship play bench-warmers shout advice to players team 

coached by Herman Bryson . some of last year's players still on the squad are 
Jerry Evans, Jerome Shapiro, Tommy Smith, and Cecil Holcomb team has 

many memories of baseball season. 




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FIRST ROW: D. Foltz, W. Blake, B. Chipman, T. Cummings, D. Gaskins, 
J. Stuart. SECOND ROW: T. Smith, T. Crutchfield, J. White, J. Reich 



B. Chambers, T Shamel. THIRD ROW: Mr. Bryson, B. Hawn, C. Hol- 
comb, D. Bryant, S. Heckard, A. Thompson, Mr. Barefoot. 



Page One Hundred Sixteen 




Boys' Tennis 



FIRST ROW: D. Muecke, B. Haworth, R. Combs, P. Craver, B. Mayer. SECOND ROW: Coach Whitley 
W. Avery, J. Hart, D. Powell. 




Boys' Track 



FIRST ROW: R. Enders, L. Wheeling, W. Dunham, L. Budd, B. Marshall, 
S. Philo, C. Davis, C. Johnson, L. Blalock. SECOND ROW: S. Scarlett, G. 
Salmons, T. Watts, D. Hodges, B. Thomas, D. Page, R. Shaffner, V. Cor- 
dell. THIRD ROW: H. Morris, J. Apperson, K. Carter, L. Strumfels, N. 
Lide, J. Davis, J. Mosby, D. Alexander, J. Rehder. FOURTH ROW: 



T. Cordell, W. Turner, D. Stuart, M. Collins, D. Hanna, B. Stewart, R. 
Wise, K. Essex. FIFTH ROW: W. B. Webster, T. Buddine, R. Crump, B. 
Daisy, J. Middleton, R. Carter, C. French, D. Fulp, F. Shaffner. ABSENT: 
N. Lowrance, W. Turner. 



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FIRST ROW: J. Dixson, B. James, S. O'Neal, B. Morfield, L. Rice. SECOND ROW: T. Conrad, P. Heist, J. Morrow, A. Conway, B. Stallings, 
Mr. Wilson. 





Boys' Coaches 

FIRST ROW: Mr. Barefoot, Mr. Foil, Mr. Bryson, Mr. Webster. SECOND ROW: 
Mr. Wilson, Mr. Barringer, Mr. Robinson, Mr. Whitley. 



Girls' Coaches 

Miss Nancy Cooney, and Miss June Dinkins. 



Page One Hundred Eighteen 




Girls' Basketball 



FIRST ROW: Co-Captains Kiki Voss and Linda Kirby. SECOND ROW- 
P. Bradshaw, K. Wall, G. Steele, M. Morris, B. Daly, M. Marler J Cox 
J. A. Foster, C. Coan, Miss Dinkins. THIRD ROW: A. Steelman, E. m' 
Foxworth, S. Dunnagan, P. Ebert, P. Dunham. FOURTH ROW- M Cox 



A. Herrings, B. Dunn, D. McQuown, F. Williamson, S. Ebert, M I 
Allen. FIFTH ROW: P. Clanton, M. Robin, K. Creech, R. Thomas C 
Finwall, R. Plemmons, K. Currin, N. Dunham. 




Page One Hundred Nineteen 




Speedball Varsity 



Co-Captains: J. Hobson, S. Eberc. FIRST ROW: R. Plemmons, G. Todd, 

B. Chappel, M. Morris, J. Foster, L. Barbe, M. Hobson, M. J. Allen, B. 
Dunn, M. A. Hart, Miss Dinkins. SECOND ROW: Miss Cooney, C. Little, 

C. Finwall, E. Parker, K. Wall, J. Heckard, J. Koelmel, M. Hutcherson, 



R. Thomas, M. Marler, B. Hietman. THIRD ROW: M. Robin, J. OBrian, 
B. Swain, J. Cranfil, J. Smith, B. Horn, J. Beard, P. Odom, K. Creech, 
M. Kirby, N. Pike, A. Badget. 




Girls' Softball 



FIRST ROW: T. Beitchman, C. Redding, E. Westmoreland, J. Hauser, D. 
Kirby, M. Wheeling, J. Schneider, B. Davis, D. Mills. SECOND ROW: 
J. O'Brien, D. Dull, J. Parker, M. Marshall, D. Westmoreland, B. Chap- 
pell, B. Heitman, M. Saks, P. Parrish. THIRD ROW: L. Hauser, A. Poley, 



Z. Strub, B. A. Meador, L. Nichols, E. McKnight, L. Barbee, Miss Cooney. 
FOURTH ROW: A. Badgett, J. Crutchfield, N. Pike, J. Lawson, A. Steel- 
man, P. Clanton, J. Butler, S. Young. 




Girls' Tennis 



FIRST ROW: C. Mayrand, M. Elliott, S. Douglas, J. Clary, R. Plemmons, 
R. Hartle, C. Coan, D. McQuown. SECOND ROW: Miss Dinkins, A. 



Cockerham, M. Kirby, L. Lockard, B. Swaim, G. Grupenhof, K. Kirby, 
M. A. Hart, M. Chew, P. Legette. 



Page One Hundred Twenty 





Stre - - • tch 




Go you Black Demons 



"Big 'un "&" Lit' un' 




Jump! Man, Jump! 





Wild Bill 



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Another Williams? 



We're from Reynolds! 




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OOPS! 



Get that ball back! 



Page One Hundred Twenty-One 




The "Height of Innocence' 





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Black and Gold Beauty Queen 



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MISS PEGGY CRYNER 

Judged by the Interfraternity Council of the University of North Carolina 



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MISS DOT COX 
First Runner-Up 



MISS CAROLYN BENBOW 

Second Runner-Up 




Page One Hundred Twenty-Vive 



Prophecy, History, and Testament 
Class of 1958 



AROUND THE WORLD IN 1970 

Scene I 

In the shadows of a deserted New York corner lighted 
only by the faint glow of a lone street lamp huddles a small 
group. Two hurrying figures ( Martha Ann, Jean ) approach. 

Martha Ann: What's going on? Why were we called? 

Martha: The will has been stolen! I received an anonymous 
tip. There was a message at the foot of this lamp. "Ship 
leaving at midnight for London. Be on it! signed Jacques 
the First." 

Anna: Well, I guess we have no choice but to go. Mum's the 
word! 

Scene II 

As the sun slowly sets on the wide, wide ocean, the mys- 
terious group stands aboard the U.S.S. Daddy Cool, Daddy 
Cool with its captain, Chris French. 

Kay: What a dinner! Those cooks — Peggy Agee, Charles Wat- 
son, and Joan Conrad — certainly did a good job. 

Martha: Look at this fortune cookie. "Help! I'm being held 
prisoner in Bob Gill's cookie factory! signed Jim Baker." 

Jean: Who are those waitresses standing over there in the cor- 
ner? They look like Gladys Henry, Patricia Crews, Nina 
Ann Stokes, Norma Knutton, and Martha Evans. 

Anna: You're right! And don't those porters look familiar; 
Jerry Russell, Franklin Gamble, Bobby Thomas, Steve 
Averitt, and Larry Zimmerman. 

Martha Ann: Ssh! What's that noise? (splash, splash, splash) 
Hey, look out the porthole. That's Lynn Smither swim- 
ming the Atlantic again in hopes of winning the Lanny 
Skidmore cup! 

Kay: I got a copy of the passenger list from the social direc- 
tor, Susan Abernethy, Let's see whether there are any 
suspicious characters. Here are Jimmy Brown, who just 
bought the Brooklyn Bridge; David Cobb, the famous 
piccolo player, traveling to Spain to give a concert; Shir- 
ley Dixon's band with Rolland Houston, Jerry Essie, 
Johnny Martin, Frankie McGehee, David Goode, and Vir- 
ginia Griffith; Kay Kirby and John Hopkins, who re- 
cently invented a cigaretteless filter; Chris Chandell, 
Vance Cordell, Grady Chapman, and Wayne Burton, 
going to the convention of Jack Marshbank's Toothbrush 
Company; Harry Clark and Ann Marshall, master tree 
surgeons, on their way to see a patient; Swiss cuckoo 



clock investors — Judy Johnson, Paul Rollins, Edna Earle 
Brown, and Richard Davis; here are Gay Todd, Martha 
Leak McKenzie, Linda Stockton, and Robin Shahan, who 
head the Anti-Noise Crusade; and Larry Chapman, Char- 
lotte Cranfill, and Audrey Anthony — leaders of the cam- 
paign for the abolition of rhetorical principles. 

Martha: On the next page are listed Merry Gordon Pannill, 
Will Reynolds, Jean Hauser, and Mike Sprinkle, the 
foreign representatives from Jaguar, Incorporated; Wal- 
ton Avery, chaperoning the Sam Allen Glee Club mem- 
bers: Sandra Clouse, Nancy Trivette, Helyn Bost, Julia 
Carr, and Marilee Conrad. 

Anna: Back here is Don Shaffner, the world-renowned butter- 
fly collector, traveling to Africa to join Judy Koelmel and 
Sandra Ivey's safari. 

Jean: I don't think any of those people would have stolen the 
will. Let's see whether we can get a clue from this copy 
of the Class History I've brought along: 

Having floundered our way through the eighth grade, 
we embarked upon our freshman year with star-filled 
eyes and high hopes of untold glories. Let by Judy Heinz, 
our class president, we were first introduced to student 
government through our representative "Butch" Brown. 
Other up-and-coming leaders among us were Cathy Little 
and Randy Wilson, Teen-age Council members; Bucky 
Buckalew, president of the HiY; and Anne Marshall, 
president of the YTeens. 

Abandoning "The Ancient Mariner" for our new- 
found friends, Silas and Julius, we, as sophomores, were 
torn between 202 and 218. During this year we began to 
take a more active part in school organizations. Our class 
officers were Bobby Chambers, president; Wilfred Turner, 
vice-president; Carolyn Benbow, secretary; and Anna Bair, 
treasurer; while our representatives in the House and 
Council were Wilfred Turner and Peggy Cryner, respec- 
tively. 

Also claiming a large part of our time were extra- 
curricular activities. Among the aspiring journalists who 
labored faithfully over their editions were Phyllis Hayes, 
Julie Goodwin, and Ann Travis. Nearby, lilting strains of 
music floated from the chorus room, where Nancy 
Bowers, Deanna Thomas, Sue and Sally Schell, and Mar- 
tha Talley were exercising their vocal chords. From Hanes 
Field came the shouts of varisty football players Bob 
Voorhees and Eddie Pleasants, majorettes Ann Vance and 
Ruth Thomas, and drum major Bobby Mayer. From the 
gym came waves of applause as Sandy Sheets was crowned 
basketball homecoming queen. 

June, July August . . . and at last were were upper- 



Page One Hundred Twenty-Six 



classmen! For us it was the year of inductions: among 
those tapped by the National Honor Society were Norris 
Johnston, Emma Jean Zimmerman, Louise Efird, Mike 
Robertson, Charles Elkins and Jim Hart; by the Quill and 
Scroll, Mary Louise Hurst, Merry Gordon Pannill, and 
Judy Heinz; and by the Masque and Gavel, Johnny 
Clinard. New members of the Senior Service Club in- 
cluded Gaither Lewis and Neal Lowrance; Barry Cook, 
Jerome Shapiro, and other juniors were selected to be- 
come members of the Key Club; while David Page, John- 
ny Morrow, and Fred Fowler were some of the athletes 
in the Monogram Club. 

We juniors were also very prominent in the adminis- 
tration of our honor system. Leaders in the House and 
Council were Sarah Ebert, Kathryn Garner, Chris French, 
and Eddie Pleasants. 

In the spring the Senior Class selected several of our 
girls to be Senior Marshals. Anne Newton, Beebe Davis, 
and Joann Hanks were among those chosen. Also in the 
spring came the unforgettable Junior-Senior, successfully 
managed by our class officers, Bobby Chambers, Ralph 
Bender, Carolyn Benbow, and Wilfred Turner, who were 
ably assisted by committee members Kathy Norfleet and 
Sandy Sheets. Another junior attaining success and dis- 
tinction was Norton Tennille, who was elected Governor 
of Boys' State. 

Time passed swiftly and finally we were seniors! 
Leading us through 1957-1958, the era of Sputnik, Mut- 
tnik, and In-school Television, were our class officers, Bill 
Farrell, president; Ralph Bender, vice-president; Peggy 
Cryner, secretary; and Ran Shaffner, treasurer. Working 
along with them were Jerry Evans and Norton Tennille, 
president and vice-president of the school; Anna Bair and 
Alice Grant, Speaker and Speaker Pro-tempore of the 
House of Representatives; Martha Eller, editor of Pine 
Whispers, and Kay Angel, editor of the Black and Gold. 
Other leaders were Jimmy Manuel, Jim Hitchcock, and 
Frank Saunders, three of the Senior Executive Committee 
members; Wilson Carter, head of the chorus; Betty Earp, 
president of the Y-Teens; Carolyn Jarvis, chairman of 
the Resegis; Randy Wilson, head of the Senior Service 
Club; Martha Ann Myers, president of the College Club; 
Bill Jackson, president of the National Honor Society; 
and Kiki Voss and Jean Clary, president and vice-presi- 
dent of the Girls' Athletic Association. 

We eagerly counted the days as they raced by and 
just as eagerly followed our football team on to a win- 
ning season. Led by co-captains Cecil Holcomb and Lin- 
wood Davis and inspired by Anna Conrad, football home- 
coming queen, the team captured second place in the con- 
ference. During this time the majorettes, headed by their 
chief, Julie Blackwood, and the band kept up school 
spirit and won admirers throughout the state. Anna Bair, 
chief, Carolyn Benbow, assistant chief, Joann Hanks, 



Beverly Bunn, Martha Payne, Kiki Voss, Beebe Davis, 
and Alice Grant directed the cheers. 

Children's Home, led by Bill Davidson, Jerry Mur- 
dock, Weldon Brigman, and John Speight, had one of its 
best football season. Urging them on to victory were 
cheerleaders Mary Ann Poteete, Mary McKinney, and 
Mary Davis. 

After mid-term exams we suddenly realized that 
our high school life was almost over. Basketball, spring 
sports, the Junior-Senior, final exams, the senior picnic, 
and Class Day raced by; graduation was upon us. 

Martha Ann: No help there either. What shall we do now? 

Kay: Quiet! The lights are being dimmed; it's time for the 
entertainment: Sonya "Bubbles" Robertson with her 
sparkling music makers, and the Smiths— Doris, Tommy, 
Jean, and Jerry— singing Ted Buddine's "Rhapsody in 
Dreamland." 

(Jean leaves and returns with a note.) 

Jean: Hmmm — Here's a note the steward just gave me. "Glad 

you made the boat on time; now don't be late to Big 
Ben! signed Jacques the Second." 
Martha: Well, it won't be long now; the boat is ready to dock. 

Scene III 

A cool, misty fog envelops a busy London street. (Anna, 
Martha Ann, Martha, and Kay enter.) 

Anna: I never thought I'd see Buckingham Palace and Carlos 
Lewis, Bill Buell, and Bobby Sale, as some of the guards. 

Martha Ann: There go a group of foreign dignitaries to meet 
the Queen. I can see Becky Fox, Michael Mock, Phillip 
Nanzetta, Tera Frizzelle, and Cole Bessonette. 

(Jean enters.) 

Jean: Oh, those tourists! I ran into Richard Spainhour, J.dy 
Crews, Benny Plitt, and Carol Hester in a party led by 
Emma Lee Caldwell. They were crowding into Norma 
Jean McMillan's book store to get an autograph from Tal- 
madge Lane, the famous author of Adventures of Bill 
Hunter. In the crowd I also saw Margaret Hobson, Ann 
Shelton, Henry Capps, Amy Maya, and Helen Shore — all 
congratulating him. 

Kay: That's a strange-looking contraption. Anna, go see what 

those men are doing with it. 
(Anna leaves and returns.) 

Anna: You'll never guess! Jerry Lackey, Chip Johnson, and 
Meb Davis are testign fog with a new machine invented 
by K. T. Thomas, Katherine Jones, and Sally Ann Chap- 
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Page One Hundred Twenty-Seven 



Martha: There goes Elizabeth McCanless and Estie Honeycutt. 
I remember now. They're appearing at the Palladium 
this week with Phillip Melvin's Wild West Show. Isn't 
Mary Wolfe Maddrey's acrobatic troupe, with Glenyce 
Pass, Judy Vermilya, Betty Horton, Bob Rike, and Rich- 
ard Payne, appearing there next week? 

Martha Ann: If we have time later on, let's go to Suzan Doug- 
las' Tea Room and have tea and crumpets. Edna McCar- 
thy, Jeannie Church, Carlene Elliot, and Ann Sheets are 
going in now. 

Jean: I wonder whether they serve that new brand of instant 
crumpet mix manufactured by Doug Walker and Tommy 
Butner? 

Kay: Wait a minute! What are Bobby Stafford and Ronald 
Brewer doing: 

Anna: That sign says, "Pardon the inconvenience. We are 
flipping the highways over so the British will be driving 
on the right side of the road." 

Martha: Oh, my aching feet! Here we are at Big Ben at last! 
Let's go up in the tower and see what makes this clock 
tick. Kay, ask the watchman where the will might be 
hidden. 

Kay: Hey, you! Why it's Cecil Holcomb, keeping up with the 
time at last! Cec, have you seen any suspicious characters 
lurking about? Prying at the number six, you say? Let's 
take a look. 

Martha Ann: You're right, but it's only another note. "I know 
what you want — you want the will. You'll find it at 
the base of the Eiffel Tower, signed Jacques the Tihrd." 

All: Oh, no!!! 



Scene IV 
(Our group is walking towards the Eiffel Tower) 

Anna: How about that activity up there? Surely was a rough 
flight! It really wasn't the pilot's fault, though; Wayland 
Blake tried to do his best, and John Speight did keep us 
on the right course. 

Martha: Let's stop at that sidewalk cafe and relax for a minute. 
We've been rushing so much; shall we take a couple of 
hours and just see the sights here in Paris? 

Kay: I've always wanted to go to the Follies. I understand 
there's a matinee today at two o'clock. How about going? 

All: O.K. 

Jean: Wish we had time to see a fashion show. Say, here come 
some models wearing clothes from the collection of 
famous fashion designer, Eddie Thompson — Nancy Starts- 



man, Peggy Miller, Jean McDowell, Aurelia Gibson, and 
Linda Hardie. 

Martha Ann: I'd love to have a sketch made; let's go next door 
to that artist who's showing some of her pictures. I think 
it is Jackie Steele; you all just look around out here. 

(Martha Ann leaves.) 

Anna: She must specialize in portraits. Those are of Bill Avery, 
Betty Ptacek, Virginia Key, Jim Beard, and Steve Calaway; 
and isn't that a remarkable likeness of Mary Alice Roberts. 

Martha; Look what I found! This one is called "Landing 
Forces at Reynolds High School," picturing, I think, Bob 
Voorhees, Brooks Haworth, Jerry Davis, and Mac Jones. 

(Martha Ann re-enters.) 

Martha Ann: The sketch is finished. Don't you think it is 
good? 

Jean: What do I hear? Great balls of fire, it's the French 
Foreign Legion, returning for a parade in honor of their 
hero, Ronnie Wise. Look at all those Legionnaires out of 
step — John Curlee, Howard Kelly, Bobby Loyd, Charles 
Bowden, and Gary Long. 

Kay: It's almost two o'clock. We'd better hurry down the 
street to the Follies. I'm afraid we have time for only the 
first act; we'll have to miss the others. 

Anna: Ssssh, look who's on the stage — Betty Earp is delivering 
one of her famous lectures, "The Importance of the 
French language in Outer Space Research." 

Martha: I can't understand a word she's saying; and, anyway, 
our time is running out. Let's go on to the Tower and 
find that will. 

(Group continues on its way toward the tower.) 

Martha Ann: My program from the Follies says that the next 

act was a chorus line featuring Judy Butler, Patricia Ann 

Myers, Gayle Bull, Linda Kirby, and Carolyn Morgan. 

And following them we would have seen Paul Heist and 

Fred Fowler's flea circus. - 

(The group arrives at the Eiffel Tower.) 

Jean: Now that we're here at this old tower, does anyone 

have a suggestion as to where the will may be hidden? 

No? Well, start looking! 

Kay: Here it is! No, it's just another message. "Your wish may 
come true if you use your three coins in Rome, signed 
Jacques the Fourth." 

Scene V 
Having decided that the clue referred to the well-known 



Page One Hundred Twenty-Eight 



wishing fountain, the group has proceeded to Rome and now 
stands near the fountain pondering the location of the docu- 
ment. 

Anna: Now what? 

Martha: Where could the will be hidden in this fountain? 

Jean: How can you read a newspaper at a time like this, 
Martha Ann? 

Martha Ann: I was reading about the Olympics being held in 
Athens now. I notice some Reynolds graduates are over 
with our U. S. team. The article mentions Billy Weaver, 
Jimmy Moore, Dot Cox, Bonnie Dowell, Carolyn Carri- 
ker, and Ann Poley. 

Kay: Hey, look over there. I believe it's Charles Elkins and 
Nicky Daves. It looks as if they're going to Monte Carlo 
to visit the royal family. 

Anna: Yes, and, as we passed Homer Snow's Jam Factory, did 
you see Don Crater, Kay Brown, Diane Tuttle, Charles 
Holder, and Wanda Neal, trampling grapes? 

Martha: How could I miss those purple feet! I also noticed 
Clara Jane Buchanan, Jane Travis, Robert Carter, and 
Julia Hobson, drying noodles in the sun for Lucy Ru- 
dolph's Spaghetti Company. 

Martha Ann: Look! That vender is selling pizza pies. I'm 

going to get one. 
(Martha Ann leaves.) 

Kay: Wish I had brought my rod and reel as those people 
did. Looks as if Julian McKenzie, Benny Parks, and Joe 
Bass are enjoying the sport, even if they aren't catching 
fish. 

Jean: Egads! What are those! Deep sea divers! (Jean points 
to the orchestra pit.) 

Anna: It's John Tuttle, Mike Davis, Stan Hutcheson, and 
Johnny Johnson; and there's Ronald Enders, gathering 
information for his fish directory. 

(Martha Ann returns.) 

Martha Ann: You'd never guess who is vending those pizzas — 
Steve Moore! And Carolyn Baugh, Hubert Collins, Mar- 
jorie Harp, Barbara Mabe, and Carol Munroe were help- 
ing him make them. But that was the worst pizza I've 
ever eaten! Look what I bit into! (Martha Ann starts to 
throw away the pie.) 

Martha: Wait! What's that note attached to it? 

Jean: It reads, "Forget it! This has gone fare enough. Here's 

your will, signed Jacques the Fifth. P. S. Jokette!" 
All: We've found it! 
Martha: 



LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 

"Time marches on," and too soon, we have found, 
Old "Pomp and Circumstance" sadly will sound, 
But ere we depart from our dear Demon hill, 
We wish to leave you our Senior Class will: 

To you, Mr. Joyner, our leader and friend, 
Abundant good wishes we heartily send; 
To faculty, faithful and patient, we give 
Our gratitude, lasting as long as we live. 

Miss Stephenson, Senior class sponsor, for you: 
Our thanks for the aid and encouragement, too. 
And to all who have helped us to travel our way 
A gracious, big "Thank you," we warmly would say. 

Juniors, we leave as the year fast is finishing 
Senior class privileges, slowly diminishing; 
To all of you girls who persistently grapple 
With calorie counters, now Bunn leaves an apple. 

Neil Williams, great skill with the basketball 
Tommy Smith leave you, the crowds to enthrall; 
Benni her "Big Three Notes" leaves to Kay; 
Peyton and Leech simply leave it to Jay. 

Louie and Kiki, who'll rock 'till the end, 

Sadly leave bugging to Kenneth and Bren; 

To Broadus and Shorty we leave brooms and soap; 

"Blossom" will leave her slow drawl — we hope! 

Fred Fowler and Earp their height, they believe, 
To Don Foltz and Martha Marler will leave; 
Bill Davidson leaves to the boys his "snow" 
With hopes that as much of success they may know. 

Miss Stephenson's homeroom your sorrow entreats, 
And leaves to Dave Blanco those good chapel seats; 
And to all the juniors we now leave with pities 
A ragged "Aeneid" and "A Tale of Two Cities." 

And also to you, TV history, (good grief!), 
We leave with tired hands and a sigh of relief; 
We give you with grace to "that long tall man" 
And trust you will end up an Edinger fan. 

May you have commercials and note-taking rests, 
And freedom from Coach Wilson's fatal "snap tests." 
And for good Mr. Mitchell a set that won't fade, 
And a summer of ease with no papers to grade. 

Bill Farrell leaves boots and a trusty old gun, 
We all leave a year packed with hard work and fun, 
With mingled emotions our class now departs 
And leaves you a school, very dear to our hearts. 

— The End 



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