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G. G. SAUNDERS 



Editor-in-Chief 



MARY ELIZABETH HUNT 

PAT WARD, BARBARA WATSON 

PHYLLIS RAY # SUSAN THORPE 

JEAN LIPPELS, MARTY HUTCHERSON 

APRIL COLLIER 

JUNE PEACE, JULIE ANN JACKSON 

ANNE BARNES 

WARREN SAMS, I. B. SOUTHERLAND 

MRS. ELIZABETH RITTER 



Assistant Editor 

Senior Editors 

Junior Editors 

Art Editors 

- Caption Editor 

Circulation Editors 

Faculty Editor 

Photographers 

Advisor 








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We, the editors of the 1959 Black and Gold are proud to present to you this 
annual. We chose Sayonara as our theme, for we thought it fitting since it was 
the theme of the Junior-Senior given by the graduating class of this year. We 
hop.? that you will enjoy this annual, and that it will bring back pleasant mem- 
ories of the past years. 

The Editors 




Faculty 



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Classes 



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Organizations page 67 




Sports 



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Beauties 



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we'll never forget . . . 



In September we 

spent much of our 

time goofing off 

outdoors . . . 




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'Red and the boys" made us 
proud of our school . . . 




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While these big wheels kept up 
our spirit . . . 

The cheerleaders kept our home fire 
burning . . . 



October brought the fair and Kitty wanted a 
teddy bear . . . 




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Then came College Day — a big decision 



And choosing our homecoming queen 
was another hard choice . . . 





Carl said "cheese" for his 
junior picture . . . 



November 



The big mob with a "trick" instead of a "treat". 

And many a senior's thoughts 
changed from football to 
college boards . . . 



Our "Men of Steel" were still challenging as November 
rolled around . . . 








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And of course, the Christmas 
presents we all wanted? . . . 



December was full of 
Christmas parades . . . 



And unexpected interferences 
with our school work . . . 



This was the real awakening of 
the true Christmas spirit. 






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January started the year off right 

when everybody rocked on 

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And Ann Herring was crowned homecoming 
queen for our basketball team. 

While the basketball games drew 
quite a crowd . . . 




Ice skating was the fad in February . . 

And there was never ceasing spirit at 
the Hi-Y games. 





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The annual Black and Gold game presented many 
laughs by the teachers. 



And the talk began about our 
summer plans. 



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Working our heads off 
for the junior-senior . . . 



Relaxing after it 



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June is the month for our long awaited 
graduation . . . 




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And just hanging around the 

landing are all part of the 

merry month of May. 




The first "dips" in the pool 



And finally our annual trips to 
the beach! 







CITY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 

Mr. Roy Holshouser, Business Manager; Mr. C. T. Leinbach, Jr., Comptroller; Dr. A. Craig Phillips, 
Superintendent; Mr. Marvin Ward, Assistant Superintendent; Dr. William Self, Assistant Super- 
intendent; Mr. Ned Smith, Administrative Assistant. 




WINSTON-SALEM CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

SEATED: The Reverend William R. Crawford, M". 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 




Photo by DeCleve 



Mrs. Moser . . . friend of everyone 
outside the class, as well as inside it 
. . . understanding . . . cheerful . . . 
always willing to lend a helping hand 
. . . Thanks!! 



Mrs. Moser patiently explains an algebra problem. 



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MR. JOHN TANDY, Assistant Principal 
MR. CLAUDE R. JOYNER, Principal 




WILSON ALEXANDER 

B.A. 
Eighth Grade 



MARY JANE BAKEtt 


HUGH BAREFOOT 


NORMAN P. BARRINGER 


B.A., M.E. 


B.S., M.E. 


B.A. 


Mathematics 


Eighth Grade 


Driver Education 




RS. GRACE BARROW 


MILDRED BRADFORD 


MRS. SUZANNE BRITT 


MRS. FRANCES BRUCE 


B.A. 


B.A., M.A. 


B.A. 


B.S., M.S. 


Eighth Grade 


Eighth Grade 


Language 


Home Economics 



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HERMAN BRYSON 

B.S., M.A. 
Physical Education 



ANNIE GRAHAM CALDWELL 

B.A., B.S. 
Librarian 



ALMON R. CARR 

B.S., M.A. 
Industrial Arts 



MRS. PHYLLIS COFFEY 

B.A. 
Eighth Grade 





MATALINE COLLETTE 

B.A. 

Science 

Department Head 



MRS. SARAH COPPEDGE 

B.A. 
Eighth Grade 



MRS. MARY ANN CRAFT 

B.A. 
Eighth Grade 



MRS. ARDENA CRAVER 

B.A., B.S. 
Home Economics 
Department Head 




MRS. KATE CRAVER 

B.A. 
Mathematics 



ROBERT E. CROOKSHANK 

B.E., M.A. 

Industrial Arts 

Department Head 



L. W. CROWELL 

B.S., M.A. 
Mathematics 



MRS. NELLE DELGADO 

B.A., M.A. 
Eighth Grade 







JUNE DINKINS 

B.S., M.S. 
Physical Education 
Department Head 



MRS. ANALEE EDDLEMAN 

Secretary to Principa: 



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LUCILLE EDWARDS 

B.A. 

English 



MRS. ANNIE PRESTON 
FEARRINGTON 

B.A., M.A. 

Language 

Department Head 





MRS. JOSEPHINE FITTS 


MRS. HAZEL FLACK 


MRS. JANE FOIL 


CHRISTINE FORD 


B.A. 


B.A. 


B.S. 


B.A. 


Eighth Grade 


Social Studies 


Physical Education 


Language 






MRS. SARAH FROST 

B.A., M.A. 

Mathematics 

Department Head 



MRS. EVELYN GARRISON 

B.A., M.A. 
English 



MRS. MARGARET HARRISON 

Dietitian 



MRS. AILEEN HEPLER 

B.A. 
Language 






RS. JEAN HUMBERT 


RAY E. JOYNER 


ELIZABETH B. KAPP 


MRS. CAROLYN LOWDER 


B.A. 


B.S. 


B.A. 


B.S. 


English 


Driver Education 


English 


Science 





MRS. CATHERINE LYERLY 

B.A. 
English 



MRS. HANNAH McCALL 

B.A. 
English 



MRS. MARGARET McDERMOTT 

B.A., M.A. 
Language 



HAZEL McKEEL 

B.A., M.E. 
Commercial 






JOSEPH T. McKELDREY 

B.S., M.A. 
Eighth Grade 



CLYDE McSWAIN 

Vocational Printing 



FAYE MARTIN 

B.A. 

Language 



MARY HESTON MARTIN 

B.A. 

Language 





ROBERT A. MAYER 

B.M., M.M. 
Music 



McLEAN MITCHELL 

B.S., M.A. 
Social Studies 



DONALO H. MORROW 

B.A. 
Social Studies 



MRS. LUCINDA MOSER 

B.A. 
Mathematics 







ANNA RUTH MOTTESHEARD 

B.S., M.E. 

Commercial 

Department Head 



K. M. PETERS 

B.A. 
Mathematics 



MRS. CATHERINE REICH 

B.A. 
Mathematics 



JERRY G. REID 

B.S. 
Driver Education 






LILLIAN T. RHODES 

B.A., M.A. 
English 



MRS. ELIZABETH T. RITTER 

B.A., M.A. 
English 



MRS. EULALIA SOLOMAN 

B.A., M. E. 
Eighth Grade 



MRS. CAROLINE SPENCER 

B.S. 
Science 




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MRS. CAROLYN SPENCER 

B.S. 

Social Studies 



H. B. STEPHENS 

B.A. 
Art 



HAZEL STEPHENSON 

B.A., M.A. 

English 

Department Head 




MRS. MARJORIE STEPHENSON 

B.A. 
English 




MRS. BETTY TAYLOR 

B.S. 
Commercial 



WILLIAM WATERS 

B.A., M.E. 
Music 



FINLEY C. WATTS 

B.S. 
Science 



JANIE WEAVER 

B.A. 
Guidance Director 









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WILLIAM A. WEBSTER 

B.S., M.E. 
Eighth Grade 



MRS. ANN WHITE 

B.A. 
Science 



RAY WHITLEY 

B.A. 
Eighth Grade 



SHIRLEY S. WILSON 

B.S. 
Social Studies 



NOT PICTURED: 

MRS. RITA LANG 

CHARLES SHERIDAN 

MRS. NANCY SCHULTZ 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Neil Williams, Treasurer; Johnny Reich, Vice President; 
Alice Edwards, President; Linda Tesh, Secretary. 





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GEORGE ALLEN 
"Antelope" 

General Course: Durham High 
1,2; Key Club 3,4; Service Club 
3; Football Var. 3; Basketball 4. 



MARY JANE ALLEN 

"Happiness is the KEY word 

to success." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Black 
Demon 2,3; Hall Monitor 3,4 
Library Staff 3,4; Cheerleader 4 
Senior Marshall 3; Sophoteers 
Serviteers; College Club; Rese 
gis; Football Sponsor 3. 



TREASURE ANN ALLEN 
"Jack of all trades." 

Commercial Course: Girls' Chorus 
1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Choir 
2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Serva-Teens 1, 
Pres. 1; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
College Club; Resegis; Office 
Page 4; Gym Leaders 3; Basket- 
ball Intramural 1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 
2. 



LINDA CAROLYN ARNOLD 

"The days of our youth are the 

days of our glory." 

Commercial Course: C.H. Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3, C.H. Softball Var. 
1,2,3; Volleyball Var. 3,4; Ser- 
viteers; S.N.O.M. Club 1,2,3, 
Tres. 3; Resegis; College Club; 
Office Page 1, Hall Monitor 2. 






TALCOTT WAIT AVERA 
"To thine ownself be true . . ." 

Mathematics Course: Hi-Y 1,2, 
3,4; DeMolay 3,4, Sentinal 3, 
Senior Deacon 4; Band 2,3; 
Junior Red Cross Representative 
1; Instrumental Music Club 2; 
Juniors Boys' Club 3; Science 
Club 4; Hall Monitor 4. 



GWENDOLYN YVONNE BAILEY 

"Enjoy yourself, it's later 

than you think." 

Mathematics Course: Atkins 
High School 1,2; Band 3,4; Or- 
chestra 3,4; Advanced Sewing 4. 



LINDA FAYE BAILEY 
"Dear" as dear con be, "True" 
as true can be. Bud is to me." 

Home Economics Course: Soph- 
oteers; Sewing Club 4. 



SYLVIA LEE BAITY 
"Little bitty buddy." 

Language Course: Serviteens 1; 
Sophoteers; Serviteers; College 
Club. 



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ELPINICKIE T. BAMBALIS 
"A spirit of laughing sunshine." 

Commercial Course: House of 
Representatives 2,3,4; Hall Mon- 
itor 3,4; College Club, Tres. 4; 
Resegis; Sophoteers; Freshman 
Service Club; Gym Leaders 2. 



MARGARET ANNE BARNES 

"It is good, to lengthen to the 

last a sunny mood." 

Language Course: Lindley Junior 
High, Greensboro, N. C. I; Y- 
Teens 2,3,4; French Club 2,3; 
Intramural Sports 2,3; Hall Mon- 
itor 3,4; Serviteers; Pine Whis- 
pers Editorial Staff 4; Black and 
Gold Staff, Faculty Editor 4; Col- 
lege Club; Resegis; Quill and 
Scroll 4. 




DAVID GORDON BENNETT 
"Gordon" 

Mathematics Course: Hi-Y 1,2. 
3,4; Sophomore Boys' Club; Hall 
Monitor 2; Junior Service Club; 
Math Club 4, Program Chairman 
4. 



JOHN GLENN BLACKBURN, JR. 
"Glenn" 

Language Course: Wake Forest 
High School 1 ; Band 1,2,3; 
Track 2; Junior Service Club; 
Debating Club 4; Basketball 2, 
Scrubs 2. 




THOMAS BLACKBURN 
"Strook" 

General Course. 



CATHARINE CAMPBELL 

BLACKWELL 

"O happy age." 

Language Course: Student Coun- 
cil 2,3,4, Tres. 2, Sec. 3, Pres 4; 
Debating 1,2,3,4, Var. 2,3,4; 
World Peace Speech Contest 
Winner 3; Masque and Gavel 
2,3,4; National Honor Society 
3,4; Girls' State Governor 4; 
Girls' Nation President 4; Scribe 
4; Senior Marshal 3; Superla- 
tive 4; Football Sponsor 3, 4; 
Quill and Scroll 4. 



DAVID BENNETT BLANCO 
"Two T's" 

Scientific Course: Football 1,2, 
3,4, Jr. Var. 1, Scrub 2, Var. 3,4; 
Golf 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Pres 
2, Chaplain 1 ,3 ; Monogram Club 
2,3,4; Senior Service Club 2 3,4; 
Class Pres. 1,2,3; House of Rep- 
resentatives 1,3; Student Council 
2,4; Teenage Council 4; House 
Court 1 . 



MICKEY W. BOLES 

"Onee, olways, and forever, 

Emily." 

Mathematics Course: Mineral 
Springs High School; Basketball 
2,4; Sophomore Boys' Club; 
Junior Service Club; Boys' Col- 
lege Club. 





THOMAS REED BOOSE 

"Onee, always, and forever, 

Billie." 

Vocational Arts Course; Boys 
Chorus 1,2,4; Projector Club 1,2; 
A Cappella Choir 2; History Club 
4. 



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EDWIN EDMUNDO BOULDIN, 
JR. 

"Eddie" 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
House of Representatives 2,4; 
Basketball 1; Tennis 4; Fresh- 
man Boys' Club; Red Cross Rep- 
resentative 1; Dramatics Club 1 ; 
Sophomore Boys' Club; Hall 
Monitor 2; Homecoming Escort 
4; Junior Service Club. 



BARBARA ANNE BRADSHAW 
"Bebe — baby." 

Language Course: Maderia, 
Washinaton, D. C. 2; G.A.A. 
1,3,4, Chairman of Intramural 
Council 4; Homecoming Sponsor 
1,3,4; Hall Monitor 1,3; Y-Teens 
1,3,4; Class Secretary 1; Student 
Council 4; Library Staff 4. Pres. 
4; College Club; Resegis, Chair- 
man 4; Serviteers 3; National 
Honor Society 4. 



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MARTHA LOUISE BRIDGES 

"Smile and rne world smiles with 

you; cry and you cry alone." 

Home Economics Course: C.H. 
Softball 1,2,3,4, Var. 1,2,3,4; 
C.H. Volleyball, Var. 3,4; C H. 
Glee Club; S.N.O.M. Club; Sew- 
ing Club 4; Serviteers 3; C.H. 
Monogram Club 4. 




SHIRLEY BROWN 

"A twinkle in her eyes, a smile 

on her lips." 

Commercial Course: Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4; Speedball 1,2,3,4, Var. 
3; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 2 
Softball 1,2,3, Var. 2; G.A.A 
2,3; Freshman Service Club 
Sophoteers; Serviteers; Hall 
Monitor 3; Office Page 4; Col 
lege Club; Resegis. 



DONALD WAYNE BRYANT 
"Cocky Comet" 

Mathematics Course: Hi-Y 1,2; 
Baseball Var. 3,4; Basketball 
3,4, Jr. Var. 3; Var. Co-Captain 
4; Monogram Club 4; Junior 
Boys' Service Club; Football Jr. 
Hi. 



WILLIAM LAWRENCE BUDD 
"Larry" 

Scientific Course: Band 123 4 
Tres. 4; Track 2,3,4, Var. 2,3,4; 
Monogram Club 3,4; Hi-Y 1,2; 
Baseball 1, Scrub 1; Sophomore 
Boys' Club; Freshman Boys' Club. 



ROY RICHARD BYRD 

"If love makes the world go 

around, she'll make it spin." 

Social Studies Course: C.H. Foot- 
ball 1,2,3,4; C.H. Baseball 1 2 
3,4; C.H. Basketball 1,2,3,4 : 
C.H. Ushers Club 3,4, President 
3,4; Freshman Service Club; 
Junior Service Club, Vice-Pres.; 
Hall Monitor 3; Football Home- 
coming Escort 4. 




WILLIAM JUDSON CARSON, JR. 

"Character is what you are in 

the dark." 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Band 1,2,3,4; DeMolay 3,4; 
Boys' College Club 4; Track 4; 
Football Homecoming Escort 4; 
Football Scrub 3; Junior Boys' 
Service Club; Sophomore Boys' 
Club. 



MARTHA ELIZABETH CHEW 

"I dream of the future with 

stars in my eyes." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2 
3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Tennis 2.3,4; 
Pine Whispers Staff 3,4; Nation- 
al Honor Society 4; Black and 
Gold Staff 4; College Club; Re- 
segis; Serviteers; Quill and Scroll 
4; Sophoteers; Servi-teens 1. 




JUDITH SHARON CHILDRESS 
"Hope springs eternal." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2 
3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Intramural 
Speedball 1,2,3; Office Page 
2,3,4; Junior Red Cross 1,2; 
Freshman Service Club; Sopho- 
teers; Serviteers; College Club; 
Resegis, National Honor So- 
ciety 4. 




WILLIAM JOHNSON CHIPMAN 
"Last of the H.R.C.'s" 

Mathematics Course: Football 
1,2,3,4, Scrub 1, Var. 2,3,4; 
Baseball 1,2,3,4, Jr. Hi. 1, Scrub 
2, Var. 3,4; Basketball Scrub 
1,2; Monogram Club 3,4; Hi-Y 
1,2,3; Freshman Service Club; 
Sophomore Boys' Club; Junior 



Service Club 
Club; Track 1 



Senior Service 




JIM CHRIS 
"Creesssss" 

Mathematics Course: Football 
1,2,3,4, Jr. Hi. 1, Jr. Var. 2,3,4- 
Track 2,3; Baseball 1; Basketball 
1; Monogram Club 4. 



JOHN WHITEFORD CHURCH 

"Speech is great, but silence 

is greater." 

Scientific Course: Glenn High 
School 1 ; Sophomore Boys' Club; 
Junior Engineers of America 2; 
Junior Science Club 3; Junior 
Boys' Club; Ancient History Club 
4. 



STEPHEN CUTLAR CLARK, JR. 
"Bird Dog" 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, 
Sec. 1, V. Pres. 2,3, Chaplain 4; 
Football 1,3,4, Jr. Hi 1, Var. 3,4; 
Basketball Var. Mgr. 3,4; Key 
Club 3,4; Baseball 1,2, Jr. Hi 1, 
Jr. Var. 2; Freshman Boys' Club; 
Sophomore Boys' Club; Mono- 
gram Club 4. 



WILLIAM FRANCIS 
CLINGMAN, III 

"So little done — so much to do." 

Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; National Honor 
Society 3,4, V. Pres. 4, City Pres. 
4; Debating Club 2,4; Tennis 
3,4; Jr. Var. Debating 2; Ush- 
ers' Club 3,4; Instrumental Mu- 
sic Club 1; Junior Boys' Club 3. 



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THOMAS HARTLEY CLOWES 
"Limey" 

Mathematics Course: Leek High 
School, England 1,2; Gym Club 
3; French Club 3, Sec. 3; Senior 
Executive Committee 4; Boys' 
College Club; Hi-Y A; Junior 
Boys' Service Club. 



OLIVIA HELEN COE 

"Do justly, love mercy, and walk 

humbly with God." 

Mathematics Course: Northwest 
High School 1,2; Science Club 
3,4, Sec. 4; Order of Rainbow 
3,4, Rep. 4; Hall Monitor 4; 
Junior Red Cross 4; Resegis. 



ROMA REECE COMBS 
"I can't think of one." 

Scientific Course: Tennis 1,2,3,4; 
Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Football 1,3,4, Jr. 
Hi. 1, Jr. Var. 3, Var. 4; March- 
ing Band 1,2,3; Key Club 3,4; 
Monogram Club 3,4. 



ROBERT ANDERSON CONWAY 

"I'll get ahead because I need 

one." 

Scientific Course: Golf Team 
1,2,3,4, Var. 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2, 
3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4. 




ELEANOR ROSS COOKE 

"My dreams are very fair and 

bright — for I am young." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; I.C.C. 3, Pres. 4; G.A.A 
1,2,3,4; Basketball Intra-murals 
1,2,3,4; Speedball Intra-murals 
1,2,3,4; Hall Monitor 3,4; Soph- 
oteers; Serviteers; House of Rep- 
resentatives 2; Pep Board Rep. 
3; College Club; Resegis; Na- 
tional Honor Society 4. 




ROBERT EMMETT COX 

"Always wear a smile, people 

will wonder what you're 

thinking." 

Mathematics Course: Mumford 
High, School, Detroit, Mich. 1,2; 
Cody High School, Detroit, Mich. 
3; Math Club 4; Boys' College 
Club 4. 










BRENDA GAIL CRATER 
"The lady takes a sailor." 

Mathematics Course: Y-Teens 
1,2,3; Basketball Intramurals 
1,2,3; Softball Intra-murals 1,2 
Speedball Intra-murals 1,2,3 
Bowling 2; Hall Monitor 1,2. 
Red Cross Rep. 1,2; Freshman 
Service Club; Sophoteers; Servi- 
teers; Resegis. 




COMANN PENRY CRAVER, JR. 
"Anything, Anytime, Anyplace." 

Language Course: Football 1,2, 
3,4, Jr. High 1, Var. Mgr. 2,3,4; 
Tennis 2,3,4, Var. 2,3,4; S.S.C 
1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; DeMoley 
1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; 
Basketball Jr. High; Freshman 
Boys' Club, Sec. 1; French Club 
3, Tres. 3; Jr.-Sr. Dance Com- 
mitttee 3; Homecoming Escort 4. 




KATHERINE SPACH CREECH 
"Kat on a hot tin roof." 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2, 
3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Var. Bas- 
ketball 2,3,4; Var. Speedball 
2,3,4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Pine 
Whispers Staff 3,4; Serviteers; 
Sophoteers, V. Pres. 2; College 
Club; Resegis. 



JEANIE MARIE CRESS 
"The best is yet to be." 

Home Economics Course: B ; ble 
Club 1; Home Economics Club 
2,4; Business Club 3; Hall Mon- 
itor 3; Resegis. 



WALTER M. CRUMP, JR. 
"Rusty" 

Scientific Course: DeMoley 1,2, 
3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; 
Football 1,2; Freshman Boys' 
Club; Basketball 2. 




LARRY EUGENE CRUTCHFIELD 
"Crutch" 

Mathematics Course: Football 
1,2,3,4, Jr. High 1, Var. 2,3,4; 
Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Hi-Y 4. 



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THOMAS ERNEST CUMMINGS 
"True to himself, true to his 
friends, true to his duty always." 

Mathematics Course: Key Club 
1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, 
Pari. 3; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; 
Var. Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 
I, Jr. High 1; Freshman Boys' 
Club, Pres. 1; Co-Chairman Jr.- 
Sr. 3; Board of Control 4; Stu- 
dent Council 4, Vice Pres. 4; 
Superlative 4; National Honor 
Society 4. 



BARBARA KAY CURRIN 
"Heaven is in my heart" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Jr. Var 
3, Var. 4; Majorette 1,2,3' 
G.A.A. 3,4; Library Staff 3,4 
Chief Senior Marshal 3; Basket- 
ball Sponsor 3; Key Club Sweet- 
heart 3; Black and Gold Queen 
4; Cheerleader; College Club; 
Superlative 4. 



WILLIAM CUSHMAN 
"Bill" 

Industrial Arts Course: Football 
1; Junior Red Cross; Junior 
Service Club. 



LESTER JACKSON DANIELS, JR. 
"Jackie" 

Mathematics Course: C.H. Foot- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Jr. Var. 1, Var. 
2,3,4; C.H.S.S. 2,3,4, Pres. 2; 
•C.H. Recreation Committee 1,2; 
C.H. Baseball 2,3, Var. 2,3; C.H. 
Ushers Club 3,4; C.H. Monogram 
Club 3,4; French Club 3; C.H. 
MYF Council 3, Tres. 3. 





CHARLES REECE DAVIS 

"Act well your part, there all 

the honor lies." 

Scientific Course: Football 1,2, 
3,4, Scrub 1, Jr. Var. 2,3, Var. 
4; DeMoley 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2, 
3,4; Basketball 2, Jr. Var. 2; 
Sophomore Boys' Club; House of 
Representatives 3; Junior Boys' 
Club; Boys' College Club. 



JACK WINSLOW DAVIS 
"Little Meatball" 

Scientific Course: Photography 



Club 1; Radio 
Physics Club 3 
History Club 4. 



Club 2, Sec. 2; 
Science Fair 3; 



HARRY FREDRICK DAY, JR. 
"Sonny" 

Language Course; Orchestra 1,2, 
3,4; Rebobs 1,2,3,4; Concert 
Band 1,2,3,4; Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 
4; Instrumental Music Club 1,2, 
3,4; Tres. 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 
4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Vice- 
Pres. 3, Pres. 4; French Club 3; 
Jr. Town Meeting 3. 



MARGARET SUSANNE DAY 
"Always Ron" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2; 
Mixed Chorus I; Dramatics 2; 
Hall Monitor 3; Serviteers; Col- 
lege Club; Sr. Executive Com- 
mittee 4; Resegis; Homeroom 
Tres. 4. 




PATSY JEAN DEAL 
"White cop and doctor's orders.' 

History Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4 
Choir 1,2; Speedball Intra-mura 
1,2; Softball Intra-mural 3,4 
Band 3,4; Freshman Girls' Ser 
vice Club; Tennis Intramurals 1 
Sophoteers; Serviteers; College 
Club; Resegis; Red Cross. 



JANE ELAINE DULL 

"Too low they build who build 

beneath the stars." 

Language Course: Girls' Chorus 
1,2,4, Choir 4; Instrumental 
Music Club 1,2,4; Officials Club 
1; Basketball Intramurals 1,2; 
Softball 2; Y-Teens 1; French 
Club 3. 



WALLACE EDWARD DUNHAM 
"Wally" 

Scientific Course: Football 1,2 
3,4, Var. 1,2,3,4; All-City 3,4 
All-Conference 4; All-State 4 
Shrine Bowl Rep., Co-Captain 4 
Most Valuable Western AAA 
Player 4; All-Southern 4; East- 
West All Stars 4; Senior Service 
Club 1,2,3,4; Sec. 4; Hi-Y 1,2, 
3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; 
Track 3,4. 



ELIZABETH STEVENSON DUNN 

"If worry were the cause of 

death, I would live forever." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A 2,3,4, Council 4; 
Speedball Var. 3,4; Basketball 
Var. 3,4, Co-Captain 4; Nurses 
Page 1; Serviteers; College Club; 
Resegis; Pine Whispers Staff 4. 



Nineteen Hundred 




GEORGE W. DURHAM 
"Gee" 

Mathematics Course: Hi-Y 1,2 
3,4; Baseball 1,2,3, Jr. High 1 
Scrub 2,3; Mixed Chorus 1 
Freshman Boys' Service Club 
Sophomore Boys' Service Club 
Junior Boys' Service Club 
American History Club 4; Track 
Var. 4. 



PATSY EBERT 

"To follow knowledge like a 

sinking star." 

Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Council 3; Soft- 
ball Var. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Girls' Officials Club 1,2,3,4; 
Speedball Var. 2,3,4, Mgr. 3; 
Basketball 2,3,4, Jr. Var. 2,3, 
Var. 4; French Club 3; Servi- 
teers; Resegis; College Club; Na- 
tional Honor Society 4. 



ALICE ANN EDWARDS 
"Tap shoes . . . paint brush . . . 
bulletin board . . . and a smile." 

Language Course: Northwest 
High School 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; 
French Club 3; Serviteers, Vice- 
Pres. 3; Pep Board 3,4, Co- 
Chairman 4; Resegis; College 
Club; House of Representatives 
4; Senior Executive Committee 
4; Senior Class Pres. 



JAMES VICTOR EDWARDS 
"Last of the H.R.C." 

Scientific Course: Riverside Mil- 
itary Academy, Gainesville, Ga 
3; Basketball 1,2,4, Jr. High 
I, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 4; Band 
1,2,4; Football 1, Jr. High 1; 
Sophomore Boys' Club; Orches- 
tra 2. 






JOHN ELLIS ELKINS 
"Finally" 

Scientific Course: Fork Union 
Military Academy 3; Basketball 
1; Radio Club 1. 



KAY OLIVIA EZZELL 

"Music is the universal language 

of mankind." 

Language Course: Chorus 1,2, 
3,4; Choir 2,3,4, Sec. 4; Y-Teens 
1,2,4; Resegis; College Club; 
Hall Monitor 3; Serviteers; Soph- 
oteers; National Essay Anthology 
1; Freshman Service Club; Stu- 
dent Government 1 . 



MARY JESSICA FEARRINGTON 

"Jay- 
Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2, 
3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Sopho- 
teers; Serviteers; Nurses' Assist- 
ant 3; Library Staff 3,4; Tres. 4; 
Hall Monitor 4; National Honor 
Society 4; Pep Board 4; Senior 
Scribe 4; Resegis; College Club. 



RICHARD FEARRINGTON 
"Good grief!" 

Scientific Course: DeMolay 3,4; 
Chorus 3; Jr. Boys' Service Club 
3; College Club. 






MARVIN GRAY FEREBEE, JR. 

"I'm a dreamer, but aren't 

we all." 

Language Course: DeMolay 3,4, 
Asst. Scribe 3, Preceptor 4; Art 
Club 1; Junior Service Club 3; 
History Club 4. 



and 3iffy-Nine 



CHARLOTTE LILLIAN FINWALL 
"Strawberry Blonde" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Tres. 2, Cor- 
resp. Sec. 3, Coun. 4; Basketball 
Intramural 1,2,3,4, Var. 1,3, Jr. 
Var. 2, Co-Capt. 2; Speedball 
Intramural 1,2,3,4, Var. 1,2,3,4, 
Softball Intramural 1,2,3,4, Var. 
1,2; Freshman Service Club; 
Treas. Sophomore Class; House 
of Rep. 2; Sophoteers; Servi- 
teers; College Club; Resegis. 



CLEVE WHARTON FLETCHER 

"Second thoughts are wise; but 

impulses are preferred." 

Language Course: Y- Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Majorette 1,2; 
Sophoteers; Serviteers 3; Pine 
Whispers Staff 2,3,4, Ed -in- 
Chief 4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; 
Senior Scribe 4; College Club; 
Resegis; Homeroom Treas. 4; 
Football Sponsor 4. 



DONALD ROBERT FOLTZ 
"Foltx" 

Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, 
Vice-Pres. 1, Sec. 2, Tres. 3, Sec. 
4; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Var. 2,3,4; 
Football 1,3,4, Scrub 1, Var. 3,4; 
Monogram Club 3,4; Key Club 
3,4, Tres. 4; Teen-Age Council 
3,4, Pres. 4; Junior Class Tres.; 
House of Representatives 4; Hall 
Monitor 2; Superlative. 






LUCY LEE FORD 
" 'Tis great to be alive." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Intra-murals 
1,2,3,4; Gym Leader 2; Girls' 
Chorus 1,2; Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
Choir 2; Library Staff 4; Rese- 
gis; College Club. 




JO ANN FOSTER 
"The world is yours for a smile." 

Commercial Course: Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 1, Tres. 3; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4, Council 3, Pres. 4; 
Basketball 2,3,4, Jr. Var. 2,3, 
Var. 4, Co-Cap. 3,4; Speedball 
Var. 2,3,4; Majorette 2,3,4; 
Sophoteers, Pres. 2; Serviteers; 
Resegis; College Club; Library 
Staff 4; Football Homecoming 
Sponsor 4; Superlative 4. 



PETER ROBIN FREED 

"The rest of life is lovelier for 

these years." 

Language Course: Jefferson 
Junior High School, Fairlawn, 
N. J., 1; Debating Club 2,3,4, 
Pres. 3,4; National Forensic 
League 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; World 
Peace Speech Contest 3; Varsity 
Debating 3,4, State Champion 3; 
Junior Town Meeting 3; Masqu? 
and Gavel 3,4; Band 2; French 
Club 3; Scribe 4; Superlative. 



MARTHA MILLER FRYE. 

"Lord, make me an instrument 

of Thy peace." 

Language Course: Girls' Chorus 
1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Bas- 
ketball Intra-murals 1,2,3,4; 
Speedball Intra-murals 1,2,3; 
Sophoteers; Serviteers; Hall 
Monitor 3,4; Choir 2,3,4, Chap. 
4; National Honor Society 3,4, 
Devotional Chairman 4; Home- 
room Tres. 4; Resegis; College 
Club. 




JO ANN FULP 

"Not too serious, not too gay, 

but a real good friend in a 

real good way." 

Language Course: Band 1,2; 
Thespians 1 ; Office Paqe 1; Y- 
Teens 1; Sophoteers; Serviteers 
3; Hall Monitor 3; Homeroom 
Sec. 3; College Club; Resegis. 



CHARLES R. FULTON 
"Time to go." 

Social Studies Course: C.H. Foot- 
ball 1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 1, Var. 
2,3,4; C.H. Basketball 1,2,3, Jr. 
Var. 1, Var. 2,3; C.H. Baseball 
1,2, Jr. Var. 1, Var. 2; C.H. 
Monogram Club 2,3,4; C.H. 
Ushers Club 3,4, Pres. 4. 



DENNIS GALLAGHER 
"Menace" 

Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4, 
Drum Mjr. 4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; or- 
chestra 1,2,3; National Poetry 
Anthology 1,3; Baseball 1; Art 
Club 1; Instrumental Music Club 
2; Science Club 3,4. 



SARA STEVENS GLENN 
"Thanks for the memories." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4, Inter-Club Coun. 2; G.A.A. 
1,2,3,4; Hall Monitor 2,3,4; Li- 
brary Staff 3,4, Sec. Northwest 
District 3; Speedball Var. 2; Re- 
segis; College Club; Teen-Age 
Council 4; Pep Board 4, Co- 
Chairman 4; Executive Commit- 
tee 4; Football Sponsor 2,4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 4. 






NORMA SUSAN GOLDBERG 
"Goldie" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Council 3; 
Bowling Sec. 2,3; Pine Whispers 
Staff 3,4, Art Ed. 3, Cir. Man. 4; 
Black and Gold Staff 3; Sopho- 
teers; Serviteers; Resegis; Col- 
lege Club; Quill and Scroll 4. 



CROMER C. GRUBBS, JR. 
"Chummy" 

Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
DeMoley 2,3,4; Football 1,2,4, 
Jr. High 1, Scrub 2, Var. 4; 
Band 1,2; Sophomore Boys' Club; 
Junior Boys' Service Club; Con- 
federate Military History Club 2; 
Senior Homeroom Tres. 4. 



GAIL FRANCES GRUPENHOF 
"Having a ball" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Quill and' 
Scroll 3,4; Feature Editor, Pine 
Whispers 4; College Club; Rese- 
gis; Write-up Editor, Black and 
Gold 3; Bowling Sec. 3; Creative 
Writing Contest 2; Black and 
Gold Typist 4; Serviteers; Sopho- 
teers. 



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RONALD HAMILTON 
"Red" 

Scientific Course: Football Jr. 
Var. 1,2,3; Baseball 2,3; Hi-Y 
1,2; Band 1,2; History Club 4; 
Junior Boys' Service Club; Soph- 
omore Boys' Service Club; Fresh- 
man Boys' Service Club. 



Nineteen Hundred 






REBA LEONA HARGROVE 
"Hunky — Green Eyes" 

Language Course 1, Commercial 
Course 2,3,4: Freshman Girls' 
Service Club; Y-Teens 1 ; Hall 
Monitor 1; Serviteers; Business 
Club 3; College Club; Resegis; 
Office Page 4. 



PATSY ANN HARPE 
"White cap and doctors' orders." 

Scientific: Home Economics 
Course: Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4; 
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4; Speedball 
1,2,3; Y-Teens 1,4; Junior Red 
Cross Homeroom Representative 
3,4; Basketball 2; Softball 3; 
Serviteers; Receptionist 4; Col- 
lege Club; Resegis; Sophoteers. 



BEX SUZANNE HARRELL 
"Suzie" 

Language Course: Newton-Con- 
over High School, Newton, N. C. 
1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; Band 3,4; Or- 
der of the Rainbow 3,4; Resegis; 
College Club; Thespians 4; Ser- 
viteers; Debate Club. 



MelVEN ALLEN HARRIS 
"Huntsman II" 

Language Course: Teen-age 
Council 1,2,3,4, Tres. 4; Hi-Y 
1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3, Jr. 
Var. 2,3; Var. Football Manager 
3,4; Football 1,2, Jr. Hi 1, Jr. 
Var. 2; S.S.C. 3,4; Freshman 
Boys' Service Club. 




STEPHANIE HARRIS 
"The faults of our friends we 
write upon the sand — their vir- 
tues on the tablets of love and 

memory." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Office Page 2,3,4; G.A.A. 
3,4; Freshman Service Club; Hall 
Monitor 1; Order of the Rainbow 
2; Sophoteers; Serviteers; French 
Club 3; College Club. 




RUTH LOUISE HARTLE 
"White cap and doctors' orders." 

- Course: Y-Teens 1," 



Language Luuise: - i eens i,z 
3,4; Softball, Speedball, Volley- 
ball, Basketball Intramurals 1,2, 
Tennis Var. 2,3; G.A.A. 
Council 3,4; Freshman 



3,4; 

2.3,4, Council 3,4; Freshman 
Service Club; Sophoteers; Servi- 
teers; Hall Monitor 4; Jr. R°d 
' '■-' 4; College Club; Resegis. 



teers; 
Cross 




KEITH ANN HARTMAN 

"I know not what th= future 

holds, but I know Who holds 

the future." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4, Vice-pres. 3; Hall Monitor 
1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Freshman 
Service Club; Sophoteers, Vice- 
pres. 2; Serviteers; Bible Club 
3,4; Pep Club 3,4; College Club, 
Vice-pres. 4; Resegis; Library 
Staff 4; Football Sponsor 3. 



RODNEY S. HATCHER 
"Rod" 

Industrial Arts Course; Baseball 
1, Var. 1; Ushers' Club 2. 




ROBERT GEORGE HAWN 
"Weak" 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Key Club 1,2,3,4, Sec. 3, V. Pres. 
4; Monogram Club 2,3,4, Pres. 
4; Football 2,3,4, Var. 2,3 4- 
Baseball 2,3,4, Var. 2,3,4; 
Freshman Boys' Club; Sophomore 
Boys' Club; Basketball 2, Scrub 
2; Teen-age Council 1,2,3,4; 
Superlative 4. 



and 3ijty~Nine 



JEAN KATHRYN HECKARD 

"It's better to be small and 

shine than to be big and cast 

a shadow." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Speedball Varsity 3,4; 
Basketball Intramural 1,2,3,4; 
Volleyball Intramural 1 2,3 4- 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Service Clubs 
1,2,3; Chorus 1; Hall Monitor 
1,3; Gym Leaders Club 4; Col- 
lege Club; Resegis; Nurse's As- 
sistant 3. 



JOHN DAVID HEDRICK 

"Out of the frying pon — into 

the fire!" 

Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Hi-Y 1,2,3; Orchestra 1,2; Ten- 
nis 2,4, Var. 2,4; Instrumental 
Music Club 4; Junior Service 
Club; Sophomore Boys' Club; 
Freshman Service Club. 



PATRICIA HEDRICK 
"Teeny" 
Social Studies Course. 



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MARY BETH HEITMAN 
"Avoir un ami etre un ami." 

Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Sec. 3; Softball 
Var. 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2, 
3,4; Rainbow 1,2,3,4, Service 1 ; 
Orchestra 2.3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, 
Council 4; Bowling 4; Resegis; 
College Club; Serviteers; Sopho- 
teers; Freshman Service Club. 



MONROE WILLIAM HELLER 
"Time will tell." 

General Course: C.H. Football 
1,2,3,4, Var. 2,3,4, Jr. Var. I; 
Baseball 1,2,3, Var. 2,3, Jr. Var. 
1 : C.H. Monogram Club 2,3,4; 
C.H. Ushers' Club 3,4. 



ELIZABETH ANN HELSABECK 

"With a song in my heart for 

you." 

Language Course: Girls' Chorus 
1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; G.A.A. 
1,2,3; Rainbow Girls 2,3,4; Col- 
lege Club; Resegis; Junior Red 
Cross 4; Serviteers; Sophoteers; 
Freshmen Service Club; Basket- 
ball Intra-Mural 1,2. 



SANDRA ANNETTE 

HENDERSON 

"Once, always, and forever, 

Bill." 

Mathematics Course: Stratford 
College 3; Girls' Chorus 1,2,4; 
Choir 2,4; Junior Red Cross Rep- 
resentative 1,4; College Club; 
Dramatics Club 2; Bible Club. 




BETTY HENSLEY 
"It's been a ball." 

Commercial Course: Chorus 1, 
2,4; F.H.A. 2; Intra-Murals 2; 



Serviteers; Hall Monitor 3; 
segis; Dramatics 4. 



Re- 



ANN FARRINGTON HERRING 
"Fish" 

Language Course: Wake Forest 
High School 1; Y-Teens 2,3,4; 
Basketball Var. 2,3,4; Sopho- 
teers; Serviteers; Band 2; Hall 
Monitor 3,4; Officials Club 3; 
College Club; Resegis; Senior 
Marshal 3. 



MARGARET LOUISE HIGGINS 

"Oh yet we trust that somehow 

good will be the final goal of 

ill." 

Language Course: Girls Chorus 
1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, 
Council 3; Softball Intra-murai 
1,2,3; Speedball Intra-Mural 2, 
4; Basketball IntraMural 2,3; 
Resegis; College Club; Nurse's 
Page 4; Serviteers; Sophoteers; 
Y-Teens 1. 



FELDA HIGHTOWER 
"Huntsman" 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3, 
Treasurer 4; Teen-age Council 
2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Foot- 
ball 2,3,4, Scrub 2, Varsity 3,4; 
Freshman Basketball; Tennis 
Varsity 1,2; Senior Service Club 
3,4; Junior Hi-Y Basketball; 
Sophomore Boys' Club; Freshman 
Boys' Club. 




CHARLES GIDEON HILL, III 
"Charlie" 

Mathematics Course: Service 
Club 1,2,3; Track 2,3,4; Hi-Y 
1,2,3; Band 1; Ushers Club 4; 
Pep Board 4; House of Repre- 
sentatives 4; Homeroom Treas- 
urer 4. 



THOMAS HOBBS 
"Tommy" 



General Course. 



DARRELL WRIGHT HODGES 
"Hey Shorty!" 

Scientific Course: Band 1,2,3,4, 
Officer 4: Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Re- 
Bops 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Track 
Varsity 2,3,4; Sophomore Boys' 
Club; Confederate Military His- 
tory Club 3; Ushers Club 4; 
Monogram Club 4. 



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LARRY NEIL HOLCOMB 
"Cocky Comet" 

Language Course; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, 
Treasurer 3; Football 1,2,3,4, Jr. 
Var. 1, Varsity 2,3,4; Senior 
Service Club 2,3,4; Baseball 
1,2,4, Freshman 1, Jr. High 2, 
Varsity 4; Basketball Manager 
2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; 
Teen-age Council 3,4; Freshman 
Boys' Club; Sophomore Bovs' 
Club. 



Nineteen Hundred 







EDWARD LEE HOLDER 

"This is the end of nothing" 

Mathematics Course: Mathema- 
tics Club 4; Hi-Y 1. 



JACQUELYN HOLDER 
"All that glitters is not gold." 

Commercial Course: Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4; Basketball Intramural 
1,2,3; Speedball Intramural 1, 
2,3; Softball Intramural 1,2; 
Chorus 1 ; Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Red 
Cross Representative 3; Senior 
Executive Committee; Resegis; 
College Club. 



NANCY LOU HOLMES 

"I can resist anything but 

temptation." 

Commercial Course: Livingston 
High School, N. J., 1,2,3; Y- 
Teens 4; Speedball Intramural 
4; Basketball Intramural 4; Col- 
lege Club; Chorus 4; Resegis. 



BEVERLY ANN HOOPER 
"Bunny" 

Mathematics Course: Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4; Red Cross Representa- 
tive 2,3,4; Order of the Rainbow 
2,3,4, Chaplain 3, Drill Leader 3, 
Faith 4, Hope 4, Charity 4; 
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3; A Cappella 
Choir 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Color 
Guard 3, Alt. 2; Freshman Ser- 
vice Club; Sophoteers; Servi- 
teers; College Club; Resegis. 




REBECCA STONESTREET HORN 
"Everything's ROSY." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2 
3,4; Speedball 1,2,3,4, Var. 3, 
Intramural 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Majorette 2,3,4, Chor. 4; Sopho- 
teers; Office Page 2,3; Servi- 
teers, Sec. 3; National Honor 
Society 4; Hall Monitor 4; Col- 
lege Club; Resegis; Football 
Sponsor 4. 



DAVID LEE HOWELL 
"Johnny Cash" 

Mathematics Course: Hi-Y 1,2, 
3,4; Baseball 1,4; Science Club 
3; History Club 4 



REBECCA ELIZABETH HOWELL 
"Becky" 



Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4, Intramural Speedball, Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; Hall 
Monitor 1,2,3; Service Clubs 
1,2,3, Tres. 1; Pep Board 3.4, 
Tres. 4; Resegis; College Club; 
Senior Marshal 3; House Court 
3, Tres. 3; House of Representa- 
tives 1 . 



RICHARD BYRON HUFFMAN 

"To follow knowledqe like a 

sinking star." 

Scientific Course: Marching 
Band 1,2,3,4; National Honor 
Society 3,4; Instrumental Music 
Club 1,2; Ushers' Club 3,4; Boys' 
College Club, Vice-pres. 4; Ten- 
nis 3,4; Junior Boys' Service 
Club; French Club 3. 





ELAINE WHITE HUMPHREY 

"Give to the world the best you 

have and the best will come 

back to you." 

Social Studies Course: Glade 
Valley School 2; Y-Teens 1,3.4; 
Glee Club 1,3,4; Mixed Chorus 
1,3,4; Choir 3,4; Junior Red 
Cross Representative; College 
Club; Resegis; Serviteers; Pho- 
tography Club 1 . 



And 3ijty-Nine 



CARL VANCE HUNT 
"J" 

Language Course: C.H. Football 
Var. 1,2.3,4; C.H. Basketball 
Var. 1,2,3,4; C.H. Monogram 
Club 1,2,3,4; C.H. A. A. 1,2,3,4; 
C.H. Baseball Var. 1,3,4; Stu- 
dent Council 4; Key Club 4. 



BARRETT McKENZIE HUNTER 
"C'est la vie." 

Science Course: Northwest High 
School 1,2; French Club 3; Key 
Club 3,4; Junior Boys' Service 
Club; Boys' College Club 4; 
Homecoming Escort 4. 



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MARTHA SHELTON 

HUTCHERSON 

"Sayonara" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Basketball Intramural 1,2, 
3,4; Speedball 1,2,3,4, Var. 3,4; 
Service Clubs 1,2,3; G.A.A. 3,4, 
Council 4; Jr.-Sr. Dance Com- 
mittee 3, Co-Chair. 3; Art Edi- 
tor Black and Gold Annual 4; 
Library Staff 4; Resegis; College 
Club; Football Sponsor 4. 






JULIE ANN JACKSON 

"I can no other answer make 

but thanks, and thanks and 

ever thanks." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Pine Whis- 
pers Staff 3,4, Circulation Ed. 
3, Art Ed. 4; Quill and Scroll 
3/4; Red Cross Rep. 1,4; Black 
and Gold Staff 4, Circulation Ed. 
4; Hall Monitor 3,4; National 
Honor Society 4; Resegis; Col- 
lege Club. 



THOMAS ALLAN JACOBS 
"What a dust do I raise." 

Science. Course: Band 1,2,3; 
Science Club 4. 



WILLIAM RUSSELL JAMES 
"Tu ne cede moles." 

Scientific Course: Golf 1,2,3 4 
Jr. Var. 1,2, Var. 3,4; Hi-Y 1,2, 
3,4, Declamation Contest 1; 
Photography Club 1; Jr. Project 
Club 3; Jr. Science Symposium 3; 
Jr.-Sr. Dance Committee 3; Hall 
Monitor 4; Science Club 4. 



LINDA ROSE JESSUP 
"The best is yet to be." 

Language Course: C.H. Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 1,2, Var 
3,4; C.H. Volleyball 3,4, Var. 
3,4; C.H. Softball 1, Var. I; 
C.H. Monogram Club 3,4; C.H. 
S.N.O.M. Club 1,2, Vice-pres. 2; 
Office Page 1; Serviteers; Col- 
lege Club 4; C.H. Cheerleader 4; 
Resegis; C.H. Recreation Com- 
mittee 1. 




LINDA JOHNSON 
"Tildy" 

General Course: College Club; 
Sparta High School 1,2; Sevi- 
teers; Y-Teens 4; Resegis. 



ROBERT VERNON JOHNSON 
"Butterball" 

Industrial Arts Course: C.H. 
Football 1,2,3,4, Jr Var. 1, Var. 
2,3,4; C.H. Baseball 1,2,3, Jr. 
Var. 1, Var. 2,3; C.H. Basket- 
ball 1, Jr. Var. 1; C.H. Mono- 
gram Club 2,3,4, V. Pres. 4; 
C.H. Ushers' Club 3,4, V. Pres. 
4; Ancient History Club 4. 



WALTER READE JOHNSON III 

"A man is the difference he 

makes." 

Scientific Course: Sophomore 
Boys' Club; Junior Boys' Club; 
History Club 4. 



JUDITH LYNN JOYNER 

"Where your treasure is — there 

your heart will lie." 

Commercial Course: Y-Teens 
1,3,4; Rainbow Girls 2,3,4; In- 
tramural Speedball 2,3,4; Intra- 
mural Volleyball 2,3; Intramural 
Basketball 2,3; Freshman Ser- 
vice Club; Sophoteers; Servi- 
teers; Receptionist 3; Office 
Page 4; Resegis; College Club. 





JEAN CHANDLER KELSEY 

"Music, when soft voices die, 

vibrates the memory." 

Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4, 
Sec. 4; Instrumental Music Club 
1,2,3,4, Sec. 3,4; Speedball In- 
tramural 1,2,3; Softball 2, Var. 
2; All State Band 2,3; Orches- 
tra 3,4, All State 4; National 
Honor Society 3,4; Y-Teens 1,2; 
Hall Monitor 3; Office Page 4; 
Resegis. 



MARY LOUISE KERR 
"Nothing is good or fair alone." 

Language Course: C.H. Basket- 
ball Var. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2, 
3,4; C.H. Basketball Var. 2,3,4; 
C.H. Monogram Club 2,3,4; Vol- 
leyball 3,4; French Club 3,4; 
S.N.O.M. Club 2,3; Office Page 
4; College Club; Resegis. 



VICKIE LEIGH KESTLER 

"For always and always, I'll 

remember today." 

Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Thespians 1,2,3; 
Key Club Follies 2,3,4; Rainbow 
Girls 2,3,4; College Club; Re- 
segis. 



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EDWIN MAST KIMEL 
"Live an' learn." 

Language Course: Marching 
Band 1,2,3,4; German Band 3,4; 
Instrumental Music Club 1,2; 
Youth Temperance Counci., Pres. 
3,4; Ushers' Club 3,4; French 
Club 3,4; Jr. Boys' Service Club; 
Orchestra 4; Math Club 4, 
Pres. 4. 



Nineteen Hundred 







MARTA LEE KIMEL 
"Martie" 

Commercial Course: Girls' Cho- 
rus 1,2,3,4; Basketball Intra- 
mural 2,3; Speedball Intramural 
2,3,4; Volleyball Intramural 2,3; 
Choir 2,3,4; Serviteers; Sopho- 
teers; Supply Clerk 4; Office 
Page 4; Resegis; College Club; 
Y-Teens 4. 



MARGARET KIRBY 
"Kirb" 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2, 
3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Speedball 
Var. 3; Tennis Var. 2,3,4; 
Nurse's Room Page 2,3; Nation- 
al Honor Society 3,4; Freshman 
Service Club; Sophoteers; Servi- 
teers; College Club; Official's 
Club 1; Hall Monitor 4. 



RAYMON LEE KIRKMAN, JR. 
"Buddy" 

Science Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Football 1,2, Jr. High 1, Reserves 
2; Science Club 4; Sophomore 
Boys' Club; Photography Club 1. 



SUSAN ELLEN LEDWITH 

"To strive, to seek, to find, and 

not to yield." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4; Choir 
2,3,4; Office Page 3,4; Resegis; 
College Club; French Club 3; 
Serviteers; Freshman Service 
Club. 






MARGARET ANNETTE LEGETTE 
"Peg" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Inter-Club Council 1,2, So- 
cial Chairman 4; Teenage 
Council 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, 
Council 3; Tennis Varsity 1,2, 
3,4; Class Vice President 1,2; 
Library Staff 3,4; Senior Mar- 
shal 3; Freshman Service Club, 
President; Serviteers; Resegis; 
College Club; Cheerleader 4. 




JANE CAROLYN LEMONS 

"He's the wittiest, he's ihe 

gayest, and the sweetest." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 3,4; 
Freshman Service Club; Servi- 
teers; Thespians 2; Hall Monitor 
3; Resegis; College Club; Nurse's 
Room Asst 4. 



ROBERT W. LEONARD 
"Chrysler, Here I Come" 

Mathematics Course: Instrumen- 
tal Music Club 2,3,4; Band 
2,3,4; Orchestra 4; Rebops 4; 
French Club 3 



FRANCES JEAN LEWIS 
"Know the true value of time- 
seize and enjoy every moment 
of it." 

Language Course: Intramural 
Sports 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Y- 
Teens 1,2,4; Rainbow Girls 2,3,4, 
Worthy Advisor 4, Grand Treas- 
urer of N.C. 4; Freshman Ser- 
vice Club; Sophoteers; Hall 
Monitor 3; French Club 3; Servi- 
teers; Resegis; College Club; 
Pep Board 4. 




CAROLYN LINEBERGER 

"I'm from Reynolds, I couldn't 

be prouder!" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Hall Monitor 1,2,3; Student 
Council 3,4; Cheerleader 3,4, 
Chief 4; Teenage Council 3,4; 
House of Representatives 1 ; 
Senior Marshal 3; G.A.A. 3; 
National Honor Society 4; Li- 
brary Staff 4; College Club. 

ci 3iffy~Nin£ 



JEAN ELIZABETH LIPPELS 
"True worth is being, not 

seeming." , 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Basketball Intramural 1,2, 
3,4; Volleyball Intramural 1,2,3; 
Black and Gold Staff 3,4, Art 
Editor 4; Hall Monitor 2,3; 
Freshman Service Club; Sopho- 
teers; Serviteers; Resegis; Col- 
lege Club; Library Staff 4; Jr.- 
Sr. Dance Committee 3. 



DONNA DARLENE LOFLIN 

"Give to the world the best you 

have and the best will come 

back to you." 

Mathematics Course: C.H. Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 1,2,3, 
Mgr. 4; C.H. Softball 1,2,3,4, 
Var. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, 
Sec.-Tres. 4; S.N.O.M.C. 1,2,3,4, 
Pres. 3, Tres. 4; C.H. Volleyball 
3,4, Var. 3,4; C.H. Rec. Com- 
mittee 4; M.Y.F. Council 4, 
Pres. 4; Resegis; College Club; 
National Honor Society 4; Sew- 
ing Club 2; Office Page 1 . 



WILLIAM T. LOVELL, JR. 
"Dona Nobis Pacem." 

Scientific Course: Boys' Chorus 
1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4, 
Librarian 3, Pres. 4; State Festi- 
val Chorus 2,3,4; DeMolay 2,3,4, 
Senior Councilor 3, Master Coun- 
cilor 4; Track 1,2,4, Jr. Var. 1, 
Var. 2,4; History Club 4; Junior 
Boys' Club, Chaplain 3; Fresh- 
man Boys' Service Club. 




ANDREW G. LYON, JR. 
"Andy" 

Language Course: Key Club 
2,3,4; Junior Var. Baseball 1,2; 
Hi-Y 1,2; Math Club 4; National 
Honor Society 4; History Club 4; 
French Club 3; Tennis Reserves 
3. 



RUFUS YANCY McADEN III 
"Rufe" 

Language Course: Football 1,2, 
3,4, Scrub 1, Var. 2,3,4, Co- 
Capt. 4; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Pres. 3,4; 
Monogram Club 2,3,4; S.S.C. 
2,3,4, Pres. 4; Track 1,2; Fresh- 
man Boys' Club; All-City 3,4; 
All-Conference 4; All-State 4; 
Honorable Mention All-Southern 
4; Shrine Bowl Representative 
4; East West Game 4. 



ann joyce Mcdowell 

"Annie Mac" 

Language Course; Y-Teens 1 ,2, 
3,4; College Club; French Club 
4; Serviteers; Sophoteers; Fresh- 
man Service Club; G.A.A. 1 ; 
Basketball Intramural 1. 



YELMA RUTH McGEE 
"I'll build a tower in my mind 
of all the beauty that I know." 

Language Course; Orchestra 1,2, 
3,4, Pres. 4; All-State Orchestra 
1,2,3,4; Color Guard 1,2,3,4, 
Chief 3,4; Intramural Sports 
1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,4; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Resegis; Hall Monitor 4; 
College Club, Pres. 4; Serviteers; 
Sophoteers; National Honor So- 
ciety 4. 




JOHN McGOWAN 

"Leave silence to the saints, 

I am but human." 

Scientific Course; Asheboro, N.C. 
1,2; Junior Varsity Football 3,4; 
Boys' College Club 4; Ushers' 
Club 4; Junior Boys' Service 
Club. 



JANICE VAE McGRADY 
"It's all in the game." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Basketball In- 
tramural 1,2,3; Hall Monitor 1,2; 
Girls' Chorus 3,4; French Club 
3,4; Choir 4; College Club; Ser- 
viteers; Sophoteers; Girls' Gym 
Leaders' Club 2; House of Rep- 
resentatives 2. 



EVELYN ONEIDA McKNIGHT 

"She's little; she's spry; there's 

mischief in her eye." 

Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Instrumental Music Club 1,2,3,4; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Softball 1,2, 
3,4, Var. 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Order of Rainbow 2,3,4; Speed- 
ball 1,3,4; Tennis 1,4; Junior 
Red Cross Representative 2. 



JIM McKNIGHT 

"Mac" 

Mathematics Course: C.H. Foot- 
ball Var. 1,2,3,4; C.H. Basket- 
ball Var. 1,2,3,4; C.H. Baseball 
Var. 1,2,3,4; C.H. Ushers' Club 
3,4. 




JAMES G. McMICHAEL, JR. 

"Agite tuum optimum, nam 

est bonum satir." 

Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Baseball 1,2,3, Jr. Hi 1,2, Jr. 
Var. 3; Instrumental Music Club 
1,2; Science Club 4; Track 4; 
Football Jr. Var. 3; Junior Boys' 
Service Club. 




CAROL ANN MABE 
"True friends are like diamonds 

— precious and rare. 
False ones are like autumn 
leaves — scattered everywhere." 
Social Studies Course: Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4; Basketball Intramural 
1,3,4; G.A.A. 1, Publicity Chair- 
man I; Speedball Intramural 2; 
Freshman Service Club; Sopho- 
teers; Junior Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 2; Serviteers; Hall 
Monitor 3,4; Gym Leaders' Club 
4; Resegis; College Club. 




^FjMrw 




EDWIN ERWIN MADDREY 

"Smile and the world laughs 

at you." 

Scientific Course: Boys' Chorus 
1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; 
History Club 3,4; Confederate 
Military History Club 2. 



34 



WILLIAM F. MARCUSON 
"A little nonsense now and then 
is relished by the wisest men." 

Scientific Course: DeMolay 1,2, 
3,4; Football 1,3, Jr. Hi 1, Var. 
3; Ushers' Club 3,4; Tres. 4; 
Track 4; Boys' College Club 
4; Homecoming Escort 4; Junior 
Boys' Service Club; Sophomore 
Boys' Club; Freshman Service 
Club; Red Cross Representative 
2. 

Nineteen Hundred 





MARTHA JEANNE MARLER 

"A merry heart docth good like 

medicine." 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2, 
3,4, Council 3; Basketball 1,2, 
3,4, Intramural 1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 
2, Var 3,4; Speedball 1,2,3,4; 
Gym Leader's Club 2,3; Office 
Page 1,2; Scribe 4; Football 
Sponsor 4; Library Staff 4; Col- 
lege Club; Resegis; Serviteers. 



JACK DELANO MARSHALL 
"Hound" 

Scientific Course: Football 1,2, 
3,4; Service Clubs 1,2,3,4; Key 
Club 2,3,4; Track 3,4; Mono- 
gram Club 3,4, Treas. 4; Red 
Cross Rep. 2,3; Ushers Club 3,4; 
Baseball 4; Pep Board 3. 



ROBER 4ELSON 

MARSHALL, JR. 

"Bob" 

Language Course: Track Var. 
2,3,4; Band 1,2; Monogram 
Club 4; Key Club 4; Homecom- 
ing Escort 4, Junior Boys Club; 
Sophomore Boys Club; Home- 
room Treas 1; Instrumental Mu- 
sic Club 1 ; House of Represen- 
tatives. 



JANICE MARTIN 
"Peaches" 

Language Course: Sophia High 
School, Sophia, W. Va.; Y- 
Teens; Resegis; College Club. 




MARTHA ANN MARTIN 

"With a song in my heart for 

you." 

Language Course: Girls' Chorus 
1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; 
Choir Council 3,4; Hall Monitor 
3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; 
North Carolina Festival Chorus 
3; Davidson Ensemble 3; Y- 
Teens 1; Servi-Teens; Sopho- 
teers; Serviteers; Resegis; Col- 
lege Club. 



MARTHA CARLTON MASTEN 

"A smile today, a song 

tomorrow." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Volleyball Intramural 1,2, 
3,4; Chorus 1,2; Tennis Var. 1; 
House of Representatives 1 ; 
Freshman Service Club; Sopho- 
teers; Serviteers; Hall Monitor 4; 
Resegis; College Club; National 
Essay Contest 3. 



JOHN THAXTON MAUZY 
"Jon Jose" 

Mathematics Course: Football 
1,2,3,4, Jr. Hi 1, Var. 2,3,4, Hon. 
Co-Capt. 4; Basketball, Jr. Hi 1; 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Var. Mgr. 1,2; 
Track 4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Pari. 1 ; 
Monogram Club 2,3,4; S.S.C. 1,2, 
3,4, Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; De- 
Molay 1,2,3,4; Freshman Bovs' 
Club, Treas 1; Homecoming Es- 
cort 1; Jr.-Sr. Dance Committee 
3. 



GAYTAN FRANCES MAYRAND 

"I'm all alone, the trees are 

bare, I wonder still why you're 

not there." 

General Course: Greensboro High 
1,2,3; Y-Teens 4; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 4; Resegis 4. 




RUFUS LEROY MEACHAM 

"Fools rush in and get the 

best seats." 

Social Science Course: Baseball 
3,4, Jr. Var 3, Var. 4; History 
Club 4; Junior Service Club. 



and 3tfty-Nine 



BETTY ANN MEADOR 

"A dream is a wish your heart 

makes." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4; A 
Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Speed- 
ball Var. 2,3; Gym Leaders' Club 
3; Football Sponsor 3; Basketball 
Sponsor 3; Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Re- 
segis; College Club. 



JOHN MATTHEW MEDITZ 

"The moving finger writes, and 

having written, moves on." 

Mathematics Course: Chestnut 
Junior High 1, New Hanover 
High School, Wilmington, N. C. 
2; Band 3,4; Instrumental Music 
Club 4; German Band 3,4, Pres. 
3,4. 



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JOHN WAYNE MIODLETON 
"Hey, Shorty!" 

Scientific Course: Track 3,4, 
Var. 3,4; Baseball 1, Jr. Hi 1; 
Football 3, Jr. Var. 3; Freshman 
Boys' Club; Sophomore Boys' 
Club; Math Club 4. 






BOBBY REGINALD MILLER 
"Aw, I don't believe it." 

Scientific Course: Football 1,2, 
3,4; Jr. Hi I; Jr. Var. 2; Var. 
3,4; Band 1 ; Freshman Boys' 
Club; Sophomore Boys' Club; 
Junior Boys' Club; Monogram 
Club 4. 



PHYLLIS IMAJEAN MILLER 
"To Each His Own." 

Commercial Course: Serviteens; 
Sophoteers; Business Club, Vice- 
pres. 2; Basketball 4; Resegis; 
College Club. 



ERIC VAUGHN MOCK 

"Forsan et haec olim meminisse 

iunabit." 

Language Course: Basketball 1 ; 
Stamp Club 2; Debating 3,4; 
History Club 4; Chess Club 2,3. 



KATHRYN MELVIN MOTSINGER 
"Kitty" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4, Pres. 1,2; House Court 2,3,4, 
Sec. 3, Speaker 4; Sr. Marshal 3; 
Football Sponsor 3,4; National 
Honor Society 3,4; Sec. of Jr. 
Class; D.A.R. Good Citizen 4; 
Cheerleade- 4, Asst. Chief 4; 
Library Staff 4; College Club; 
Superlative 4. 




JOSEPH NORMAN MYERS 
"Martha's Little Brother" 

Language Course: Football 1.2,3, 
Scrub 2,3, Jr. Var. 1; Glee Club 
2,3; Mixed Chorus 2,3; Photog- 
raphy Club 1; Confederate Mili- 
tary History Club 2; Sophomore 
Boys' Service Club; Junior Boys' 
Service Club; History Club 4; 
Hall Monitor 4; Hi-Y 4. 



MARGARET ELLEN NEWELL 

"It's nice to be natural if you're 

naturally nice." 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2, 
3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Rainbow 
1,2,3,4, Sec. 3, Worthy Advisor 
4; Thespians 3,4; College Cli b; 
Resegis; Junior Red Cross Rep- 
resentative 4; Serviteers; Foot- 
ball Sponsor 3; Sophoteers; 
Freshman Service Club. 



CAROL ANNE NICHOLAS 
"Take with you Friendrhip, th? 
slender vibrant cord, untouched, 
unhurt by envy's knite . . ." 

Language Course: Orchestra 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 1,2, Council 2; Gym 
Leaders' Club 2; College Club; 
Resegis; Office Page 4; Servi- 
teers; Sophoteers; Speedball Var. 
2; Dramatic Club 1 . 



CLOTILDA KEMP NORMAN 
"Every Door is barred with gold, 
and opens but to golden keys." 

Language Course; Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4, Tres. 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Volleyball Intramural 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club; Sopho- 
teers, Sec. 2; Red Cross Repre- 
sentative 2; Serviteers; Resegis; 
College Club, Tres. 4; House of 
Representatives 4; Receptionist 
4. 





PEGGY ODOM 



Language Course: Y-Teens 2,3, 
4; Secretary 4; Library Staff 
Asst. 3,4; Girls' Officials Club 
3,4; Speedball Varsity 3,4; Soph- 
oteers; Hall Monitor 2; Servi- 
teers; Football Sponsor 3; Junior 
Red Cross Representative 3; Col- 
lege Club; Resegis; G.A.A. 4 



KATHARINE ALMIRA OGBURN 
"Youth comes but once a life- 
time." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Basketball Intra-mural 1,2, 
3,4; Speedball Intra-mural 1,2,4; 
Hall Monitor 1,2; Freshman Ser- 
vice Club; Mixed Chorus 2; Gym 
Leader 2; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
Resegis; Office Page 4; College 
Club. 



MONTA ETHEL OWINGS 

"I've seen the past, I love .he 

present, and I'm eager for the 

future." 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2, 
3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 
4; Tennis 1,2,3,4, Var. 2,4; 
Rainbow 2,3,4, Chaplain 3, Drill 
Leader 4; Jr. Red Cross 2,3,4; 
Office Page 3,4; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; Hall Monitor 3; Re- 
segis; College Club; National 
Honor Society 4. 



ELIZABETH IRENE PARKER 
"Liz" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Basketball Intra-murals 1,2, 
3,4; Speedball Intra-mural 1,2, 
3,4, Varsity 3; G.A.A. 3,4; 
Freshman Service Club; Sopho- 
teers; Serviteers; College Club; 
Resegis; National Honor Society 
4. 



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Nineteen Hundred 







JUNE GRAY PEACE 

"To one who waits, a moment 

seems a year." 

Language Course: Rainbow for 
Girls 1,2,3,4; Pine Whispers 
Staff 2,3,4, Reporter 2,3, Edi- 
torial Staff 4; Black and GolrJ 
Staff 2,3,4, Reporter 2,3, Circu- 
lation Manager 4; Y-Teens 1,2; 
G.A.A. 1, 2; Speedball 1,2, Bowl- 
ing 1,2, Tennis 1,2; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; College Club; Re- 
segis. 



MYRA JEAN PEARCE 
"Better late than never." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Hall Monitor 1,2,3,4; Ser- 
vice Clubs 1,2,3; Resegis; G.A.A. 
1,2,3,4, Varsity Basketball 2,3,4; 
Student Council 1,2,3; Basket- 
ball Sponsor 1,2; Football Spon- 
sor 2,4; Library Staff 3,4; North- 
western District President 4; 
Senior Marshal; Cheerleader; 
College Club; Teenage Council 4. 



STAFFORD RANDOLPH 

PEEBLES, JR. 

"May me always aspire to lift 

her banners higher." 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3.4; 
Football Jr. High 1, Jr. Varsity 
2,3; Chorus 1,2,3; Council Mem- 
ber 2,3; Baseball Jr. Varsity 2, 
Varsity 4; DeMolay 2,3,4, Alom- 
oner 3,4; French Club 3,4; Pho- 
tography Club 2; Sophomore 
Boys' Club: Junior Boys' Club; 
Boys' College Club, Chaplain 4. 



PATRICIA DELORES PETERSON 

"And above all these things put 

on charity, which is the bond of 

perfectness." 

Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Concert Band 
1,2,3,4; Rainbow 1,2,3,4, Officer 
1,2; Basketball Intramural 1,2 
3,4; Softball Intramural 1,2,3,4 
Volleyball Intramural 1.2,3,4 
Speedball Intramural 1,2,3; In- 
strumental Music Club 1,2,3; 
College Club; Resegis. 







DONALD SHARPE PICKARD 
"Don" 

Language Course: DeMolay 1,2, 
3,4; Science Club 2,3,4; Service 
Clubs 1,2,3; Band 1,2; Photog- 
raphy Club 1,2; Ushers Club 3; 
French Club 3. 




ELOISE GUERIN PLEMMONS 
"Rusty" 

Home Economic-Science Course: 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Council 1, Sec. 3, 
Vice-pres. 4; Basketball Intra- 
mural 1,2,3,4, Var. 2,3,4; Speed- 
ball Intramural 1,2,3,4, Var. 
2,3,4, Co-capt. 4; Softball In- 
tramural 1,2,3,4, Var. 1,2,3,4; 
Officials' Club 1,2,3; Gym Lead- 
ers' Club 2,3, Tres. 3; Y-Teens 
1,2; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Col- 
lege Club; Resegis; Black Demon 
4. 




JULIA LEE POINDEXTER 
"I have seen the past, I love 
the present, and I am looking 

forward to the future." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Bcsketball Intramurals 1,2 
3,4; Volleyball Intramurals 1,2 
3,4; Speedball Intramurals 4 
Nurse's Page 3, Alternate 4 
Freshman Girls' Service Club 
Sophoteers; Serviteers, Chaplain 
Executive Committee 4; College 
Club; Resegis, 




GEORGE STEVE POULOS 
"George" 

Language Course: Junior Red 
Cross Representative 1,2,3,4; 
History Club 3,4; Debating 3; 
"I Speak for Democracy Con- 
test" 3. 




SUSAN ISABEL POWERS 

"Nothing dries sooner than a 

tear." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; 
National Honor Society 3,4; 
Freshman Service Club; Girls' 
Chorus 1; Mixed Chorus 1; Soph- 
oteers; Serviteers; Hall Monitor 
3; Resegis; College Club; Office 
Page 4; Red Cross Representa- 
tive 4. 



and 3tfty-Nine 



SARAH DEANNE PRATT 
"Dee" 

Language Course: Girls' Chorus 
1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; A Cap- 
pella Choir 2,3,4; Order of the 
Rainbow 3,4; Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers 
Hall Monitor 3; College Club 
Resegis; Youth Bible Club 4 
Red Cross Representative 4. 



NANCY LOUISE RAUM 
"He's the "Center" of my life." 

Language Course: Girls' Chorus 
1,2; Mixed Chorus 1,2; Y-Teens 
1,3; French Club 3,4; Freshman 
Service Club Sophoteers; Servi- 
teers; Resegis; College Club. 



37 



EDITH LOIS RAY 

"Silence is the most perfect 

herald of joy." 

Language Course: Girls' Chorus 
1,2,3,4; Rainbow Girls 1,2,3,4; 
Mixed Choir 2,3,4; Y-Teens 
1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2; Dramatics 1; 
Sophoteers; Serviteers; College 
Club. 






CHARLES WILLIAM REED 
"Reeeeeeeeeeed" 

Scientific Course: Track 2,3, 
Var. 2,3; Hall Monitor 3,4; 
Science Fair 3,4; Football 1, Jr. 
Hi 1; Movie Projector Club 1; 
Sophomore Boys' Club; Junior 
Boys' Service Club; History Club 
4. 



JOHN RICHARD REICH 

"Hoc verba aliqui non dicunt 

sed certi optime speetant." 

Scientific Course: Football 1,2, 
3,4, Var. 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4, 
Var. 3,4; DeMolay 1,2,3,4, Chap- 
lain 2, Jr. Counselor; Key Club 
2,3,4; House of Representatives 
3,4; House Court Representative 
4; Student Council 4; Mono- 
gram Club 3,4, Vice-pres. 4; 
Student of the Year 4; Class 
Vice-pres. 3,4; Superlative. 



JUDY ELIZABETH RENN 
"Wherever He leads I'll go." 

Mathematics Course: Myers Park 
High School, Charlotte, N. C. 1; 
Rainbow Girls 2,3; Nurse's 
Room Page 3,4; Intramural Soft- 
ball 2; Freshman Service Club; 
Sophoteers; Bible Club 4; Hall 
Monitor 4; Resegis. 




LINDA LOUISE REYNOLDS 
"Just bobbing along" 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2. 
3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Speedball 
Intra-mural 1,2,3,4; Basketball 
Intra-mural 1,2,3,4; Mixed Cho- 
rus I ; Dramatics Club 1 ; Sopho- 
teers; French Club 3 Resegis; 
Serviteers; College Club; Library 
Staff 4. 



JUDITH ALENE RICE 
"To thine own self be true." 

General Course: Whiteville High 
School, Whiteville, N. C. 1,2; 
Band 4; French Club 3,4; Sopho- 
teers; Assistant Twirler 3; Thes- 
pians 3; College Club; Resegis. 



SARA ANNE RICE 
"Sally" 

Language Course Y-Teens 1 ,2, 
3,4; Intra-murals 1,2,3; Girls' 
Chorus 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; G.A.A. 
2,3; Hall Monitor 3,4; National 
Honor Society 3,4, Treasurer; 
French Club 3,4; Freshman Ser- 
vice Club; Sophoteers; Servi- 
teers; College Club. 



LAWRENCE JOHN 

RETTINGER, JR. 

"Yank" 

Scientific Course: Band 2,3,4; 
Baseball 1,2, Scrub 1, Jr. Var. 2; 
Photography Club 1,2; German 
Band Club 3; Junior Engineers 
Club 2; Instrumental Music Club 
3; Math Club 4. 




MEREL ROBERTA ROBIN 

"I'm a part of all that I have 

met." 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2 
3,4, Council 4, State Pin 4; Ser- 
vice Clubs 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Softball 2,3,4, Var. 2,3,4; 
Basketball 2,3,4; Jr. Var. 2,3,4- 
Speedball 2,3,4, Var. 2,3,4; Pine 
Whispers Staff 3,4, Reporter 3, 
Editorial Staff 4; Girls' Chorus 
1; Black and Gold Staff 3, Co- 
Editor; College Club; Resegis. 




LILLIAN LOUISE ROLAND 

"Education is the torch that 

destroys loneliness." 

General Course: Southwest 2,3. 



NORMAN E. RUSSELL, 
"Buster" 



JR. 



History Course: New Bern High 
School, New Bern, N. C. 1,2,3; 
Football 4, Var. 4; Monogram 
Club 4. 



GLENN SALMONS 

"J'ai beau chcrchcr, jc ne la 

trouve pas." 

Scientific Course: Track Var. 
2,3,4; Football 2,3,4; Scrub 2, 
Var. 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Hi-Y Basket- 
ball 3,4; Basketball Scrub 2; 
Sophomore Boys' Club; Junior 
Service Club; S.S.C. 4; Mono- 
gram Club 4. 



LEROY WARREN SAMS, JR. 

"A picture's worth a thousand 

words." 

Language Course: Key Club 2,3, 
4; Black and Gold Photograph- 
er 2,3,4; Pine Whispers Photog- 
rapher 2,3,4; Pep Board 3,4; 
Freshman Boys' Club; Freshman 
Basketball; House of Represen- 
tatives 2; Hall Monitor 3. 



38 



Nineteen Hundred 





ANN RANSON SARRATT 

"Give to the world the best that 

you have and the best will come 

back to you." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 
1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 
3,4, Pres. 4; Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers, Tres. 2; Servi- 
teers; Red Cross 3; College Club; 
Resegis; Receptionist 4; Super- 
lative 4. 




ALLAN BENTLY SATTERWHITE 
"Bent" 

Industrial Arts: — Mathematics 
Course: B.S.H. Club 1,2,3,4; 
Ushers Club 3,4; C.H. Football 
War. 1. 




GEORGIA GOODSON SAUNDERS 

"A dream is a wish your heart 

makes." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4, Tres. 1, Sec. 2, Pres. 3; In- 
ter-club Council 3, 4, Pres. 4; 
Hall Monitor 2,3,4; Black and 
Gold Staff 3,4, Junior Editor 3, 
Editor 4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; 
Class Treasurer 1; Serviteers; 
Resegis; College Club; Pine 
Whispers Staff 3; Notional Hon- 
or Society 4. 




ARCHIBALD HENDERSON 

SCALES III 

"O wad some Pow'r the giftie 

gie us To see oursels as ithers 

see us!" 
Language Course: Junior Town 
Meeting of the Air 3,4; Ushers' 
Club 3,4; Tennis 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4; 
Inter - denominational Youth 
Council 2,3; French Club 3,4, 
Sec. 3; Confederate Military 
History Club 2; Math Club 3; 
Science Club 4; National Honor 
Society 4. 



^i± 




GEORGE STANTON 
SCARLETT IV 
"Mava-Duck" 

Scientific Course: Boys' Chorus 
1,2,3; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3; 
Varsity Track 3,4; Junior Red 
Cross 1; Sophomore Boys' Club; 
Junior Boys' Service Club; De- 
Molay 4; Science Club 4. 



NEAL JOHN SENKUS 
"Chicago Cubs" 

Mathematics and Science Course : 
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3; Boys' Cho- 
rus 1,2,3; A Cappella Choir 2,3; 
State Festival Chorus 2; Baseball 
Jr. Var. 3; Historical Research 
Club 3; History Club 4. 



FRIES SHAFFNER, JR. 

"Cum maxima capite et ingenti 

corpore relinquo." 

Scientific Course; Football 1 .2, 
3,4, Jr. High 1, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 
3,4; Track Var. 3,4, Honorary 
Co-Captain 4; Pine Whispers 
3,4. Sports Editor 4; Black and 
Gold Staff 3,4; Hi-Y 3.4; S.S.C. 
3,4; Freshman Boys' Club; Soph- 
omore Boys' Club; Junior Boys' 
Club 3; Monogram Club 4. 



EMILY JEAN SHAVER 

"Just to see Him smile, makes 

my life worth while." 

Language Course: Volleyball In- 
tramurals 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Basketball Intramurals 1,2, 
3,4; Speedball Intramurals 2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 2,3; C.H. Basketball 1,2, 
Jr. Var. 1,2; C.H. Volleyball 3,4, 
Var. 3,4; Servi-teens; Sopho- 
teers; Softball Intramurals 2; 
College Club; Resegis. 





LOIS VICTORIA SHERMER 
"I can be happy without a for- 
tune, but can never be happy 
without a friend." 

General Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3; Home 
Economics Club 2,4; Order of 
Rainbow For Girls 2,3; Office 
Page 3,4; Servi-teens, Vice-pres. 
1; Serviteers; Junior Red Cross 
Representative 2; Resegis. 



ERIC JEFFERY SHIELDS 
"Jeff" 

Mathematics Course: Hanes High 
School 1,2; DeMolay 3,4; Foot- 
ball Junior Varsity 3; Junior 
Boys' Service Club 



GERALDINE LABEUR SIMMONS 
"Ginger" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Basketball Intramural 1,2, 
3,4; Softball 1,2,3,4; Speedball 
2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Freshman 
Service Club; Sophoteers; Pep 
Board 3; Serviteers; Hall Moni- 
tor 3; Home room Treasurer 4; 
Resegis. 



and 3iffy-Nine 



DAVID MURRAY SIMPSON 
"Feet" 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, 
Pari. 4 C.H.A.A. 1,2,3,4; C.H, 
Football 2,3,4, Var. 2,3,4; C.H. 
Basketball 2,3,4, Var, 2,3,4; 
C,H. Monogram Club 2,3,4; 
Vice-pres. 3, Pres. 4; C.H. Base- 
ball 2,3, Var. 2,3; Sophomore 
Boys' Club; Junior Boys' Club; 
Hall Monitor 3; Homecoming 
Escort 4; Ushers' Club 4. 



39 




CLIFTON KELTNER SMITH, JR. 
"Clif" 

Mathematics Course: Berron 
High School, Omaha, Nebraska 
1,2; Choir 3,4; Junior Boys' Ser- 
vice Club; Math Club 4; Red 
Cross Representative 4. 




FRANCES ANN SMITH 
"Zeb" 

Language Course: Basketball 
1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 1,2, Var. 3,4; 
S.N.O.M.C. 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3,4; 
C.H. Glee Club 1,2,3; Monogram 
Club 3,4; Freshman Service Club; 
Sophoteers; French Club 3; Col- 
lege Club; Resegis; Volleyball 4. 





LARRY NEAL SMITH 
"May I have a ride?" 

Language Course: Sophomore 
Boys' Service Club; Junior Boy-' 
Service Club; Boys' College Club 
4. 



MARYELLEN SMITH 

"True life is worthy purpose 

being fulfilled." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 3,4; 
Basketball Intramural 3,4; Jun- 
ior Red Cross Representative 2; 
Serviteers; Speedball Intramurals 
3; College Club. 




PEGGY ANN SMITH 
"I can not rest from travel." 

Language Course: Orchestra 
1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Instru- 
mental Music Club 1,2,3; All 
State Orchestra 3,4; Winston- 
Salem Symphony 2,3; Jr. Sym- 
phony 2,3; French Club 3,4; 
Resegis; Basketball Intramural 
2; Basketball Officials' Club 
1,2. 



BRENDA GAYLE SNOW 

"Forever warm and winning in 

hor ways." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Teen-age Council 1,2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3; Majorette 1,2; 
Cheerleader 3,4; Library Staff 
3,4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Col- 
lege Club; Senior Marshal 3, 
Asst. Chief 3; Football Sponsor 
2,3; Sr. Executive Committee. 



MICHAEL LAYDEN SOVINE 
"Mike" 

Mathematics Course: Hi-Y 1,2 
3,4; Football 1,2,3, Jr. Var. 2,3 
Service Clubs 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3 
Senior Executive Committee 
Homeroom Treas. 4; Chorus 3,4 



EARLE DAVID STALEY III 

"Four-time-winner at Reedy 

Crik" 

Scientific Course: Golf 1,2; Bas- 
ketball 1,2. 




THURMOND ELMORE 

STARLING, JR. 
"Gonna have a party?" 

Commercial Course: Band 1,2,3; 
Orchestra 1,2 3; Service Clubs 
l,2;3; Football 1,2, Jr. Var. 1,2. 




GENEVIEVE ROLLINGS STEELE 
"Nothing great or small is ever 
achieved without enthusiasm." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Basketball 
Var. 3,4; Teen-Age Council 1,2. 
3,4, Vice-pres. 4; Library Staff 
3,4, College Club; Resegis, Sen- 
ior Marshal 3, Cheerleader 4: 
Football Homecoming Queen 4; 
Superlative, Key Club Sweet- 
heart 4. 




MARGARET TARASA 

STEPHENSON 
"Learning from the past, look- 
ing to the future, but living in 

the present." 
Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4, G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Intramural 
Sports 1,2,34. Orchestra 1,2,3,4. 
All-State Orchestra 1,2,3,4. In- 
strumental Music Club 1,3,4; 
National Honor Society 3,4, 
Sophoteers, Serviteers, Glee Club 
1; Resegis; College Club. 




SAMUEL EDWARD STIMSON 
"Sam" 

Mathematics Course: Oak Ridge 
Military School 3. 



40 



Nineteen Hundred 







ANNA STRADER 
"With a song in my heart." 

Language Course: Girls Chorus 
1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; A Cap- 
pella Choir 2,3,4; Intramural 
Sports 1,2,3; National Honor 
Society 4; Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers: 
College Club; Resegis; Hall 
Monitor 4. 



PATRICIA DEE SUGG 
"It is so easy to fall in love." 

General Course: N e e d h a m 
Broughton Hioh School 1,2,3; 
College Club; Resegis. 



EULIAN MADONNA SULLIVAN 

"It's nice to be natural when 

you're naturally nice." 

Commercial Course: Asheville, 
N. C. 1,2; Sophoteers; Volleyball 
Intramural 3; Basketball Intra- 
mural 4; Softball Intramural 3; 
Speedball Intramural 4; Resegis; 
College Club. 



MARGARET JOHNSON SUTTON 

"She's little, she's spry, there's 

a twinkle in her eye." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Service Clubs 1,2,3,4; Red 
Cross Rep. 1,2,3,4; Rainbow Girls 
2,3,4; Bowling Intramurals 2,3, 
4; Journalism Staff 2; College 
Club; Office Page 4; Hall Moni- 
tor 3; Football Sponsor 4. 






RONALD GRAY SWAIN 
"Ronnie" 

Social Studies Course: Basketball 
3, Jr. Var. 3; Red Cross Rep. 



FRED TANNER 
"Freddy" 

Industrial Arts Course: C.H. 
Football 1,2,3,4; Jr. Var. 1, Var. 
2,3,4; C.H. Basketball 1,3, Var. 
3; C.H. Monogram Club 2,3,4; 



C.H. Baseball 1.2, Jr. 
Junior Service Ciub. 



Var. 



MARTHA JANE TATE 

"A merry heart maketh a 

cheerful countenance." 

Scientific Course: American 
School, Manila, P. E. 1,2; Red 
Cross 3,4; Bookmobile 3,4; Co- 
ordinate 4; Rainbow Girls 3,4; 
Bowling Intramurals 3,4; Servi- 
teers; College Club; Resegis; Y- 
Teens 4, Treas. 4; Office Page. 



MARY JEANETTE TATE 

"A sigh for the past, a smile 

for the future." 

Commercial Course: Glee Club 
1,2,3,4; C.H. Basketball 1,2,3, 
Jr. Var. 1,2; C.H. Softball 1,2,3; 
Office Page 1,2; Nurse's Page 
3,4; Serviteers; College Club- 
Resegis; S.N.O.M. Club 3,4, 
Vice-pres. 4, Sec. 3; Pep Board 
4; C.H. Volleyball 3,4; C.H. Rec. 
Com. 3. 




SUE TATE 
"Lulu" 

Commercial Course: C.H. Bas- 
ketball Jr. Var. 1,2; C.H. Soft- 
ball Var. 1,2; C.H. Glee Club 
2,3; Serviteers; College Club; 
Resegis. 



and 3tfty-N\ne 



LYNN CAROL TAXIS 

"A lamp unto my feet, and a 

light unto my path." 

Language Course: Intramural 
Basketball 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1.2, 
3,4; Pine Whispers Staff 3,4; 
Nurse's Page 3,4; Serviteers; 
Resegis; College Club; Fresh- 
man Service Club: Black and 
Gold Staff 4; Sophoteers; Na- 
tional Honor Society 4; Quill 
and Scroll 4. 



LINDA LEE TESH 

"0, to think o' something 

different." 

Language Course: Basketball In- 
tramurals 1,2,3,4; Speedball In- 
tramurals 1,2,3,4; Girls' Chorus 
1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; 
National Honor Society 3,4, Sec. 
4; Sr. Class Sec. 4; House of 
Representatives 4; Nurse's Page 
3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Colleqe Club; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Sr. Scribe. 



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RAMONA JEAN THOMAS 
"Once in a while." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A 1,2,3,4; Basketball 
Var. 2,3,4; Speedball 1,2,3,4, 
Var. 2,3,4; Office Page 2,3,4; 
Jr. Red Cross Representative 2,3; 
Freshman Service Club; Servi- 
teers; Sophoteers; Football Spon- 
sor 3; College Club; Resegis. 






ALEXANDER MARTIN 

THOMPSON 

"Alex" 

Mathematics Course: Football 
1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 1, Var. 2,3,4; 
Baseball 1,2,3,4, Jr. Hi 1, Jr. 
Var. 2, Var. 3,4; S.S.C. 2,3,4; 
Hi-Y 2,3,4. 



THOMAS CLAY THOMPSON 
"Tommy" 

Scientific Course: Baseball 2; Jr. 
Science Club 3; Junior Service 
Club; College Club. 



SYBIL IRENE TODD 
"Sibby Sue" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Hall Monitor 1,3; Girls' 
Chorus 1,2; Mixed Chorus 1,2; 
Rainbow Girls 3,4; Serviteers; 
Resegis; College Club; A Cap- 
pella Choir 2; Sophoteers; Bowl- 
ing Intramural 3; Freshman 
Service Club. 



JERRY ANDREW TRIVETTE 
"To be rather than to seem." 

Scientific Course: Glenn High 
School 1; Football Scrubs 2,3; 
Ushers' Club 3,4; Science Club 
2,3; Junior Boys' Club; Track 4; 
Sophomore Boys' Club; Boys' 
College Club; Math Club 4. 




BEN W. TROTTER, JR. 

"All I know is just what I read 

in th» papers." 

Language Course: Freshman 
Boys' Club; Sophomore Boys' 
Club; Track Var. 2; Jr. Project 
Club 3; Sr. Math Club 4; 
Science Club 4. 



FRANCES KAY TUCKER 

"To one who waits a moment 

seems a year." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Intramural Basketball 1,2, 
3,4; Speedball Intramurals 2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 2,3; Rainbow Girls 2,3,4; 
Red Cross Representative 3; 
Nurse's Page 4; College Club; 
Serviteers; Sophoteers; Freshman 
Service Club; Resegis. 



JOAN CARPENTER TUCKER 

"Two can live as cheaply as 

one." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,3; 
Jr. Var. Debater 1; I Speak for 
Democracy Contest 3; World 
Peace Contest 1,4; Recitation 
Contest 1,3; Dramatics Club 
1,3,4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Masque 
and Gavel 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4. 



CAROL LINGO TURNER 

"Live, love, laugh, and be 

happy." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Library Staff 
3,4, Pres 3, Social Chairman 4; 
Freshman Service Club; Servi- 
teers; Sophoteers; Resegis; Hall 
Monitor 1,2,3; Nurse's Page 3; 
French Club 3; College Club. 




SARAH MERRITT TURNER 
"Make mine music." 

Language Course: Girls Chorus 
1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; College 
Cub; Servi-Teens; Serviteers; 
Sophoteers; French Club 3; 
Resegis. 



DON UPTON 

"Heard melodies are sweet, but 

those unheard are sweeter." 

Scientific Course: Football 4, 
Var. 4; History Club 4; Jr. Boys 
Club; Hi-Y 1; Photography Club 
I. 



JOSEPH BONAPARTE 

VAUGHN, III 

"Joe" 

Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Football 1,2, Jr. High 1, Scrubs 
2; Radio Club 1,2; Jr. Boys Club; 
Sr. Science Club 4. 



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ROBERT ALLEN VERMILYA 

"The reason firm, the temperate 

will, endurance, foresight, 

and skill." 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, 
Vice-pres. 4; Interdenomination- 
al Youth Council 2,3; Ushers 
Club 3,4; Tennis 1,2; Jr. Town 
Meeting 2,3; Sr. Executive Com- 
mittee; Confederate History Club 
2; French Club 3; Science Club 
4; Freshman Boys' Club. 

Nineteen Hundred 




FRANK LEROY VESTAL 

"California, here I come . . . 

someday." 

Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3 4; 
Football Scrubs 3; Photography 
Club 1; Sophomore Boys' Club; 
Junior Boys' Club; College Club; 
Tennis Var. 4. 



LAWRENCE PAGE VICKERS, JR. 
"It's just begun." 

Language Course: Choir 1,2,3,4, 
Vice-pres. 3; Boys' Choir 1,2,3,4; 
S.S.C. 3,4; Baseball Jr. Var. 3; 
History Research Club; House of 
Representatives 4; Radio Club 1; 
French Club 3. 



RICHARD LESLEY VOORHEES 
"Senior" 

Language Course: Football 1,2 
3,4, Jr. Hi 1, Scrubs 2, Var. 3,4; 
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4; Boys' 
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Track Var. 1,2; 
Basketball Jr. Hi 1; Monogram 
Club 3,4; Key Club 3,4; Junior 
Boys' Club; Science Club 1. 




FRANCES JANE WADDELL 
"To have whot you wont is 
riches; to do without is power." 

Commercial Course: Girls' Cho- 
rus 1,2,3,4; S.N.O.M. 1,2,3,4, 
Sec. 4; C.H. Choir 1,2,3,4, Pres. 
4;_G.M.M.W.C. 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; 
Dramatics Club 1 3,4; Resegis; 
C.H. Volleyball 4; L.M.F.C. 4; 
M.Y.F. Council 4; C.H. Basket- 
ball Manager 4. 




CATHERINE THERESA WAGNER 
"Cherie" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Basketball Intramural 2 3,4; 
Speedball Intramural 4; Orches- 
tra 1,2,3; French Club 3,4; Hall 
Monitor 1,4; Sophoteers; Servi- 
teers; College Club; Resegis; 
Pine Whispers Staff 4, Circula- 
tion Ed. 4. 



LYNDA WALDROP 

"She's little, she's spry, there's 

mischief in her eye." 

Language Course: Osburn High 
School 1,2,3,4; Resegis; Y-Teens 
4; College Club; Basketball 4; 
Thespians 4. 



LINDA KAY WALL 
"Me neither" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Hall Monitor 1,2.3,4- G A. A 
2,3,4; Library Staff 3,4, Tres. 3; 
National Honor Society 4; Soph- 
oteers; Serviteers 3; French Club 
3, Pres. 3; College Club; Cheer- 
leader 4; Football Sponsor 4; 
Resegis. 




SANDRA KAY WALL 

". . . but most of all remember 

to smile." 

Language Course: Majorette 1 2, 
3.4, Asst. Chief 3, Chief 4; Y- 
Teens 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, 
Council 4; Basketball Intramural 
1,2,3,4, Var. 3,4; Speedball In- 
tramural 1,2,3,4, Var. 2,3; Ser- 
vice Clubs 1,2,3; Football Spon- 
sor 2,4; Library Staff 3,4; Alt. 
Senior Marshal 3; Basketball 
Sponsor 1; Resegis; College Club. 




SANDY KENT WALL 

"Actions speak louder than 

words." 

Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Football 1,2.4, Jr. Var. 1, Scrubs 
2 Var. 4; Track 2 3; Monogram 
Club 3,4; S.S.C. 2,3,4; Student 
Council 3; Speaker Pro Tern. 4- 
Boys' State Rep. 3; F.C.Y C. 3,4; 
House Court 4; History Club 3; 
Superlative 4. 



ELEANOR SUE WALLACE 

"The only way to have a friend 

is to be one." 

Mathematics Course, Washing- 
ton, N. C. 1,2; Band 3,4; Re- 
segis; College Club; Pep Board 
4; Y-Teens 4; Instrumental 
Music Club 3. 



WILLIAM OWEN WALLACE 
"Wild Bill" 

Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1.2,3,4; 
Band 1,2,3; Junior Boys' Service 
Club; French Club 3,4.; Ushers' 
Club 3,4; National Honor So- 
ciety 4; Science Club 4, Pres. 4. 



ELIZABETH MARIE WALLIN 
"Be true to thine own self." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Gym Leaders' Club 1 ; 
Freshman Service Club; Sopho- 
teers; Serviteers; Resegis; Col- 
lege Club; Hall Monitor 3; 
French Club 3,4; Chorus 1. 



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WILLIAM PETER WALTHER III 
"Pete" 

Mathematics Course: Math Club 
4, Sec.-Treas. 4. 



PATRICIA QUEEN WARD 

"The days of our youth ore the 

days of our glory." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4, G.A.A. 2,3.4; Intramural 
Sports 1 ,2,3,4; Freshman Ser- 
vice Club; Sophoteers; S»rvi- 
teers; Resegis; College Club; 
Hall Monitor 3,4; Receptionist 
3; Black and Gold Sr. Ed. 4; 
Pine Whispers Staff 3. 



BARBARA EUGENIA WATSON 
"To Each His Own" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Intramural Sports 1.2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3; Freshman Service 
Club; Speedball Var. 2; Servi- 
teers; French Club 3,4; Resegis; 
College Club; Black and Gold 
Staff 4, Sr. Ed. 4; Quill and 
Scroll 4. 



PAUL RAY WATSON 
"Variety is the spiee of life." 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Football 1,2,3,4, Scrub 1, Jr. 
Var. 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Scrub 1. Jr. Var. 2, Var. 
3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; 
Baseball 1,4, Jr. Hi 1; Track 2, 
Var. 2; DeMoley 2,3,4; House 
of Representatives 2; S.S.C. 
2,3,4; Band 1,2; French Club 3. 






THOMAS POWELL WATTS, JR 
"Hey! Shorty!" 

Scientific Course: Jmck 7 3.4 
Var. 2,3,4; Freshman Boys' Club 
Band 1; Sophomore Bovs' C'uh 
Jun ; or Boys' Club; Hi-Y 3,4 
Math Club 4; Ushers' Club 4 
Pep Board 4; Confederate Mili- 
tary History Club 3. 



BETTY JO WESTMORELAND 
"Let's live a little." 

Commercial Course: Freshman 
Service Club; Hall Monitor 1; 
Sophoteers; Serviteers; College 
Club; Resegis; Nurse's Page 4. 



BURA FRANKLIN WILES 
"Mort" 

Industrial Arts Course: Bisehill 
1,2,3,4, Scrubs 1,2; Basketball 1; 
Football 3,4; Jr. Var. 3, Var. 4. 



NEIL CARSON WILLIAMS 

"Anything worth doing is worth 

doing well." 

Languaae Course: China Grove 
High School, China Grove, N. C. 
1,2; French Club 3,4, Treas. 3; 
Monogram Club 3,4; Basketball 
3,4, Var. 3,4, Caot. 4; Key Club 
4; Class Treas. 4. 




FORREST HALE WILLIAMSON 

"You may be whitcer you 

resolve to be." 

Languaoe Course: Western Jun- 
ior High School, Washington, 
D.C.; Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; 
Speedball 2,3,4, Intra-mural 2, 
3,4, Capt. 3,4, Var. 3; Basket- 
ball 3, Var. 3; Hall Monitor 2,3; 
Serviteers, Pres. 3; Sophoteers; 
College Club; Jr.-Sr. Dance 
Committee 3; Resegis; Home- 
room Tres. 4. 



DOROTHY LAMOUR WILSON 

"I'm a part of oil that I have 

met." 

Commercial Course: Intra-mural 
Softball 1,4; Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
College Club; Resegis. 



THOMAS MARSHALL WILSON 
"Tuck" 

Mathematics Course: A Cappella 
Choir 3,4; Mixed Chorus 3,4; 
Boys' Chorus 3,4; Football 1,2, 
Jr. High 1, Jr. Var. 2; Track 
1.2, Var. 1,2; Sophomore Boys 
Club; Jr. Boys Club; History 
Club 4; Ushers Club 4; House of 
Representatives 2; Freshman 
Boys Club; Choir Festival 4. 



Nineteen Hundred 



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Class Sponsor 



Macbeth and Sam Johnson you taught so 
well, 

Grammar, poetry, and how to spell. 

And other things we learned from you 

Throughout our lives will help us do 

Tasks to aid man, to do our parts 

Thanks, Miss Stephenson, from the bottom 
of our hearts! 




Class Mascof 



Flake Steel, our mascot 
Reelin', rockin', man he's hot! 
Genevieve's brother, Class's joy, 
Little Flake — that's our boy. 




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SENIOR SCRIBES 

Martha Marler, Linda Tesh, Kate Blackwell, Peter Freed, Cleve Fletcher, Jay Fearrington. 




SENIOR TREASURERS 

First Row: Mike Sovine, Chummy Grubbs, Larry Holcomb, Don Bryant, Bill Clingman, Charlie Hill. Second Row: Peggy 
Sutton, Cleve Fletcher, Forrest Williamson, Kaylynn Ogburn, Martha Frye, Judy Joyner, Ginger Simmons, Margaret 
Day, Rusty Plemmons. 




EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

First Row: Neil Williams, Linda Tesh, Alice Edwards, Johnny Reich. Second Row: Hartley Clowes, Margaret Day, 
Brenda Snow, Julia Poindexter, Sally Glenn, Jackie Holder. Third Row: Bob Vermilya, Mike Sovine. 

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Honor Page 




Kate Blackwell, Madame President of R. J. Reynolds, Girls' 
N. C. State, and Girls' Nation has led us well. 




Johnny Reich, Student of the Year, was selected by the 
Journalism Staff. 




Tommy Cummings received the Hi-Y Triangle award for 
being the most outstanding boy in the Senior Hi-Y. 




Pert Kitty Motsinger was our D.A.R. Good Citizen. 




Billy Clingman was elected City-Wide President of the 
National Honor Society. 



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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Kent Wall and Kate Blackwell 



BEST ALL AROUND 
Tommy Cummings and Kitty Motsinger 






MOST POPULAR 
Johnny Reich and Genevieve Steele 



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BEST LOOKING 
Felda Hightower and Kay Currin 





FRIENDLIEST 
Don Foltz and Kitty Motsinger 




MOST INTELLECTUAL 
Peter Freed and Ann Sarratt 



MOST ATHLETIC 
Bobby Hawn and Jo Ann Foster 




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JUNIOR 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 

Tony Dunn, President; Britt 
Smith, Vice President; Dor- 
othy McQuown, Secretary; 
Harold Bender, Treasurer. 




CARL ADAMS 

CHARLOTTE ALLEN 
BETH AMMONS 
ROBERT ANDREW 
DAVID ANGEL 
ANN ASHBURN 
CLINT ASHBURN 



DAVID ASHBURN 
DELORES ASSAF 
JIMMY AYERS 
PATTIE BACON 
ELLEN BAIR 

SANDRA BAKER 
PAT BARBEE 



MARTHA BARNETTE 
BARNEY BARNHARDT 
BEVERLY BARRETT 
BRENDA BARRINGER 
JAMES BAUGESS 
ANNA BEARD 

HAROLD BENDER 



MERINDA BENNETT 
JIM BINKLEY 

BEN BLACKBURN 
SUSAN BLACKMORE 
LYLE BLALOCK 
RICHIE BOGGS 
IRIS BONDS 



LOUIS BOUVIER 
BILL BOWERS 
PATSY BOWERS 
JUDY BOWMAN 

REBECCA BOWMAN 
MICHAEL BOYD 
MIKE BRADBURN 



FRED BRADSHAW 
JUDY BRANDE 

FRANCES BRASKO 
PRISCILLA BRIGGS 
JOE BRITTAIN 

JEAN BROOKSHIRE 
JUDY BROOKSHIRE 



WALTER BROTHERS 
CARL BROWN 

GORDON BROWN 
JUDY BROWN 
BETSY BRYAN 
BILL BRYANT 
JIM BULLA 



BECKY BURGESS 
NANCY BURGESS 
FRED BURTON 
JACKIE BUTLER 
HOWARD BUTNER 
SANDRA CALAWAY 
TAYLOR CARROLL 



CAMERON CASHWELL 
BETTY CHAFIN 
BETH CHAMBERS 
LARRY CHANDLER 
BRENDA CHAPPELL 
ROBERT CHEW 

CAROLYN CHURCH 



RICHARD CHURCH 
PHYLLIS CLANTON 
JO CLARY 
ADAIR CLIFTON 
JEAN CLY 

CRICKET COAN 

ANN COCKERHAM 



APRIL COLLIER 
WAYNE COLTER 
BRUCE COOPER 
TOMMY COOPER 
LARRY COPE 

DAVID COVINGTON 
CURTIS COX 



JEANETTE COX 
MOLLY COX 

SANDRA CRAFT 
BILL CRANFILL 

JEWELL CRANFILL 
CHARLES CREECH 
NANCY CRESSWELL 



ESTHER CROUSE 
BILL CRUMP 

WILSON CURLEE 
TOM DAVENPORT 
BOB DAVIDSON 

SUSAN DAVIDSON 
JOHN DAVIS 



LESLIE DAVIS 

JEANNE DECKER 
JOAN DECKER 
TERRY DECKER 

ANDREW DINKINS 
JOHN DIXON 
BILL DOBBINS 



BRENDA DOWELL 
MICKEY DOWELL 
JULIAN DRAKE 
NANCY DUNHAM 
PHIL DUNN 
TONY DUNN 

SANDRA DUNNAGAN 




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DONALD DWIGGINS 
MOLLY DWIGGINS 
SHARON EDWARDS 
SALLY EISENBERG 
CECELIA ELKINS 

MARY RUTH ELLOTT 
BRENT EVANS 



PAT EVERHART 
CHRIS FARRAN 

LINDA FINLAYSON 
AGNES FITTS 
BILL FOBERT 

BRENDA FOSTER 

EVA MAE FOXWORTH 



JANE FRITTS 

DICKIE FRIZZELLE 
ELAINE FULMER 
TERRY FULP 

NANCIE FULTON 
JEANNE GALLMAN 
DAVID GASKINS 



RONNIE GASQUE 

SHIRLEY GATEWOOD 
BILL GEGENHEIMER 
LYNN GEORGE 
ROBERT GIBSON 
BILL GILBERT 
JANET GITTER 



DORIS GOODWIN 

BILL GOTTENSTRATER 
STEVE GRAMLEY 
JACK GRANADE 
BILL GRANT 
CRAIG GREEN 

CABOT HAMILTON 



CAROL HAMILTON 
ANN HAMMILL 
DAVID HANNA 
BARBARA HARNETT 
NANCY HARRELL 
ANN HART 
GLENN HART 



MARY ANN HART 
NANCY HARVELL 
LINDA HAUSER 
TOMMY HAUSER 
TOMMY HAYES 
LOUISE HEARD 
SANDRA HENRY 



EMILY HESTER 
JOYCE HILL 
TOMMY HILL 
RONALD HODGES 
ELLEN HOLMES 
BOB HOOTS 

ANN HOWARD 



ROGER HOWARD 
CAROL HOWELL 

GERALDINE HOWELL 
DONALD HUFF 

MARY ELIZABETH HUNT 
RODDY HUNTER 
L. H. HUTCHENS 



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MARY JACKSON 
TERRY JARVIS 

JOHN JASINKIEWICZ 
GAI JENKINS 

EDDIE JOHNSON 
SCOTT JOHNSON 
BOBBY JONES 



JERRY KANDZER 
KAREN KAPPES 
GEORGE KEMP 
CAROL KENNEDY 

LLOYD KENNINGTON 
CLEMENT KEY 
DOUG KINNEY 



JOHN KINNEY 

DIANE KNIGHTEN 
HENRY LAND 
JANE LANE 

BILLIE LANIER 
ROBIN LaPRELLE 
BILL LARMORE 



JUDY LAWSON 
PEARCE LEE 

STEVE LEVERTON 
PATTIE LEWIS 

SANDRA LINEBERGER 
GEORGE LITTLE 

SANDRA LIVINGOOD 



LINDA LOCKARD 
SHIRLEY LOWERY 
RONALD MACE 
EUGENIA MACHERAS 
BILL MACKIE 

CHARLENE MARKUNUS 
ROSSER MARION 



ANN MARSHALL 

CARROLL MARSHALL 
JUDY MARTIN 
BARBARA MASTERS 
BILL MASTEN 

GROVER MATLOCK 
CECILE MAYRAND 



BILL McCANLESS 
JIMMY MeCOY 
ANN McGRADY 
GLENN McGUGAN 
KENT McKEITHAN 
GAIL McKENZIE 

DOROTHY McQUOWN 



RALPH MESSICK 
JOHN MILLER 
KENT MILLER 
LAWRENCE MILLER 
AARON MITCHELL 
GRADY MITCHELL 
MERIEL MITCHELL 



MARY GRAHAM MOORE 
BOBBY MOREFIELD 
HARVEY MORGAN 
JERRY MUECKE 

DOROTHY MULLER 
GRAHAM MURDOCK 
BOBBY MYERS 




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JUDY NEWSOM 

BECKY NEWSOME 
DAVID NEWSOME 
SHIRLEY NICHOLS 
JIM NOLAN 

DOTTIE NOWELL 
LEALAN NUNN 



DAN O'FLAHERTY 
SANDY OGDEN 
BENNY ORRELL 
GARY PACK 

CAROLE PADGETT 
LAIDLEY PANNILL 
JIM PARKS 



TONY PARR 

MIKE PARRISH 
PEGGY PARRISH 
JIM PARSONS 

DIANE PATTERSON 
JERRY PEGRAM 
BUDDY PERRY 



MARY PFAFF 

ROSE ANN PFOHL 
KELLY PHILLIPS 
NANCY PIKE 
DIANE PIPKIN 
GARY PITTS 

MARSHA POTTER 



DAN POWELL 
SONNY PRATT 
KAY PRIDDY 
ANNE PULLIAM 
ROBERT RASCOE 
PAULA RAU 
PHYLLIS RAY 



CAROL REDDING 
JOHNNY REHDER 
WAYNE REDMAN 
JOANNE REECE 
TOM REECE 

LINDA REYNOLDS 
JOE RIDGILL 



MARTHA ANN ROBERSON 
BARNEY ROBERTS 
BETTY ROBERTSON 
SAM ROBINSON 
SUE ROGAN 

DIANE ROLLICK 
BUTCH RUMPLE 



MARIAN SANDERS 
HENRY SAPP 

LINWOOD SATTERWHITE 
MARY SCHINDEL 
JACKIE SECHRIST 
BILL SENKUS 

TRAVIS SHAMEL 



CAROL SHEETS 
PAM SHELTON 
JUDY SIDES 
CAROLE SIMONS 
PHILIP SIMPSON 
JOY SKIPPER 
BILL SMITH 



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BRITT SMITH 
HILDA SMITH 
SARAH SMITH 
BOB SNOW 

PHYLLIS SNYDER 
SANDY SNYDER 
ARTHUR SPAUGH 



DOUG SPEAR 

FRANCES SPEAS 
DONALD SPRIGGS 
BOBBY STALLINGS 
SANDRA STANFORD 
SCOTT STAPLES 
ANNE STATON 



JUDY STEADMAN 
TERRY STEWART 
BOBBY STIMPSON 
JIMMY STOKES 
ANN STONE 
PAT STONE 
ZENA STRUB 



JACK STUART 
JIM STUART 
JIM SUMMERS 
BETH SWAIN 

BUDDY SWARINGEN 
LARRY TAYLOR 
SHARON TAYLOR 



DALE THOMPSON 
SUSAN THORPE 
EDDIE TIERNEY 
KAY TRAVIS 

MARGIE TRIPLETT 
WALTER TURNER 
CAROLYN UPTON 



CAROLYN VALETOS 
JODY VANCE 
RUSTY VAUGHN 
ELIZABETH WALL 
BRENDA WALSH 
BETTY WARD 
ANN WARREN 



BETSY WASHBURN 
NANCY WASELL 
JOHN WATSON 
LINDA WATSON 
BILL WESTBROOK 

DIANE WESTMORELAND 
BETTY WHITENER 



WALTER WHITENER 
ARCHIE WHITLEY 
LANDIS WILCOX 
FLORENCE WILES 

NORMAN WILKERSON 
JANET WILLIAMS 
PAT WILLIAMS 



JIMMY WILLIS 
ROBERT WILSON 
PHYLLIS WOLBERG 
ROBERT WOMACK 

ARTHUR WOODWARD 
KAY WOOTEN 

CAROLE WORRELL 









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BRENDA WYRICK 
SARAH YOUNG 
VINCENT YOUNG 
ANNA ZIMMERMAN 




JUNIOR-SENIOR COMMITTEE 

Members of the Junior-Senior dance com- 
mittee spent many long hours making plans 
with their chairmen, Cricket Coan and 
John Davis. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS » 

Patsy Pearce, vice president; Steve Phi lo, 
president; Betsy Holton, secretary; Donna 
Dull, treasurer. 




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10LS1 



10LS2 



First Row: A. Badgett, J. George, J. Sheets, B. Holton, E. Carlton, P. Kellogg, P.Stanford, J. Parker, S. Bernhardt, C. Ridge- 
way, M. Waggnor, S. Shelor, K. Bernhard, L Heritage, D. Binkley, J. A. Skeen, A. Butner, S. Zimmerman, S. Jackson, 
P. Collins. Second Row: N. Gardner, A. Davis, J. Fleenor, L Atkinson, M. Peyton, R. Walker, B. G. Heefner, S. French^ 
D. Dull, L Jackson, B. Gardner, B. Avery, C. Lee, R. David, T. Miller, R. Mehlen, S. Philo, S. Disher. Third Row: /. 
Speight, J. Marshall, B. Hayden, M. R. Dobbins, L. Downs, S. Howell, B. Kent, J. Peace, F. Ubele, J. A. Spicer, L. Fulton, 
C. Thacker, P. Benbow, S. Hepler, A. Jacobson, W. Joest, A. Sarratt, R. Pulliam. Fourth Row: J. Bednerik, R. Thomas^ 
W. Preussel, B. Downing, B. Hurst, S. Dula, J. Earnhardt. Fifth Row: B. Daisy, C. Philips, W. Tennille, D. Needham. 




10LS3 10LS4 

First Row: J. Brooks, C. Marr, M. Martin, J. Stafford, S. Bain, J. Beard, T. Beitchman, B. Reavis. L. Weavil, S. Matus- 
zak, S. Steere, D. Loflin, M. Philips, B. Lanier, R. Binkley, S. Bullard, E. Eysenbach, L. Myers, M. Vanderver, P. Ran- 
dolph. Second Row: J. Ligon, M. Talley, C. Saintsing, C. Colter, J. R. Apperson, T. D. Loflin, R. Perryman, C. Fulmer, 
C. Lane, A. Farthing, P. Bagnal, D. Wall, C. Elkins, J. Peek, B. Byerly, B. Bailey, G. Ferebee, S. Airey, I. Shapiro, G. 
Forrest. Third Row: A. S. Lipfert, B. Greer, B. Lineberger, P. Pearce, S. Dawson, V. Campbell, B. Mitchell, G. Grice, 
C. Davis, J. Newton, T. Blalock, H. Schiller, K. Hepler, B. Davis, K. Essex, B. Zeh, J. Barrow, R. Gibson. Fourth Row: 
L. Briggs, R. Murray, D. Harriman, L. Rice, W. Manuel, T. Conrad, D. Wolfe. Fifth Row: D. Foster, G. Shermer, H. Schuit- 
maker, H. Morris. 







10LS5 



10LS6 



First Row: F. Ebert, D. Helton, J. Peterson, D. Rogers, S. Mooney, S. Bodenheimer, L. Hines, B. Cox, L. Wall, K. Burke T. 
Lanier, E. Westmoreland, A. Whitney, S. Abernethy, S. Adams, C. Gaines, L. Pettyjohn, J. Allred, P. Hooper, P. Freeman, 
D. Parrish. Second Row: B. Steele, M. Singletary, P. Bates, D. Clay, S. E. McCuiston, R. Hudson, B. Wright, S. Burgess, 
S. Benson, R. Reynolds, R. Tillotson, S. Hardy, N. Koelmel, J. Barber, P. Walton, J. L. Harrold, G. Walker, D. Hayworth, 
H. Odom, N. Cox, N. Snow. Third Row: V. Wolfe, W. Turner, J. Bunn, J. Canull, R. Eller, L. Byrd, C. Trogdon, J. Ash- 
croft, J. Helsabeck, E. Scott, B. White, F. Phillips, D. Foltz, S. Heckard, T. Phillips, F. Folb, D. Swanson. Fourth Row: 
M. Walton, S. Hamm. Fifth Row: B. Leake, R. Gilmore, L. Cruse, D. Green, B. Long, D. Stuart. 




10LS7 10LS8 

First Row: M. Watson, M. Brockwell, S. Holmes, B. Hucks, L. Carter, B. Jahnke, C. Cann, S. Smith, L. Beach, K. Masten, 
S. Aspen, C. Wise, L. Harding, J. Schnoter, M. Saks, A. Kessler, A. Orrell, B. Hemrick, V. Simpson, D. Alexander, L. 
George. Second Row: B. Clark, J. Eysenbach, F. Edens, D. Kirby, P. Rhyne, J. Hutcherson, L. Harper, N. Harris, K. Stone, 
D. Byrd, N. Lide, K. Fox, J. Davis, J. Pagett, F. Einstein. Third Row: B. Foushee, D. Reinhardt, C. Tillotson, L. Rodgers, 
R. Pinry, D. Chipman, M. Lorber, D. Morris, J. Wright, C. Little, W. Wipoff, J. Hicks, C. von Doymi, R. Pickett, H. Russ. 
Fourth Row: B. Leinbach, R. Turner, M. Cagle, B. Shaver, B. Anderson, M. Nesbit. Fifth Row: J. McGraw, F. Brownlee, 
I. B. Southerland, J. White, D. Lyon. 

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10LS9 



10LS10 



First Row: S. Shepherd, L Davis, M. Schorr, B. Nance, M. Cleary, M. Mabe, A. Wilson, C. Jackson, E. Lincoln, D. Moore, 
S. Lund, B. Davis. Second Row: B. Rix, S. Royster, V. Brown, L. Pratt, M. B. Chafin, R. B. King, R. Willard, J. Roberts' 
S. James, M. Watson, C. Anglin, W. Beroth, P. Little, B. Slovenz, B. Flintom, R. Herring, P. Oakes, D. Dize, G. Parrish! 




10LS11 IOC 

First Row: S. Jobe, D. Mills, M. Hill, A. Strickland, S. Smith, L. Blomquist, J. Carpenter, W. Hedrick, D. Stanford, G. 
Savage, W. Binkley, R. Martin, J. Russell, J. Knouse, G. Herman, L. Riemenschneider. Second Row: M. Orrell, S. Harvel, 
D. Dull, K. Hampton, P. Russell, J. Stine, J. Motsinger, B. Whicker, W. Tate, K. Carter, B. Zimmerman, M. Russell, B. 
Bricker, D. Cook, C. Caudill. Third Row: C. Hauser, D. Simmons, H. Cheek, C. Evans. Fourth Row: S. Suggs, L. Sale, R. 
Spainhour, W. Moore, A. Jarvis. 



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10A1 10A2 

First Row: R. Wood, P. Vestal, P. Whisnat, P. Parnell, E. Wood, B. Bennett, B. Byrd, S. Smothers, J. Wertz, M. Bagnal. 
Second Row: B. McCall, L. Woodall, L. Burrows, E. Hunt, R. E. Davis, H. Starbuck, J. W. Robertson, P. Johnson, C. 
Wadford, R. Trivette, R. Decker. Third Row: A. Overby, M. Stanford, B. Clodfelter, J. Young, J. Weaver. 




9LS1 



9LS2 



First Row: D. Forsyth, D. Kanoy, M. Wallace, J. Petree, C. Beardsley, M. Silverman, J. Woodward, M. Miller, B. Gigen- 
heimer, V. Wood, J. Durana, V. Ekvall, N. Mayer, D. Pfefferkorn, E. Latimer, C. Johansen, A. Hauser, S. Beckerdite, E. 
Wenger, J. Fleenor, M. McKeithen, P. Stallings, L. Holmes, S. Elkin. Second Row: M. Davis, P. Metcalf, C. Glenn, L. 
Young, S. Young, S. Hein, K. Grubbs, K. Sapp, K. Amen, C. Dize, P. Bain, B. Cox, G. Collette, V. Boyle, K. Welfare, P. 
Kimel, B. Groat, B. Fitts, A. Drake, T. Eddelman, M. Eidson, L. Price, V. Poindexter, C. Todd. Third Row: K. Traylor, 
A. Parker, S. Stroupe, D. Meschan, P. Hightower, C. Perry, T. McKenzie, M. Harrington, W. Starbuck, G. Harmon, P. 
Licker, B. Willingham, D. Porter, B. Keller, J. Morris, D. Lineback, G. Niblock, B. Rhudy. Fourth Row: I. Harrah, B. Blair, 
J. Russell, J. Kausch, M. Moore. 

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9LS3 



9LS4 



First Row: F. Bahnson, T. Hailey, J. Blackburn, L. Simpson, C. Harris, J. Butler, P. McCormick, S. Caplan, P. Murray, 
B. Trotter, H. Nanzetta, K. Lanier, F. Lanier, C. Bagnal, E. McGuire, M. G. Yandill, L. Sims, K. Jones, C. Inabinet, C. Mow- 
ery, C. Peters, P. Richardson. Second Row: B. Snyder, R. McCroan, B. Gordon, B. Boyd, C. Chandler, S. Wall, M. Lee, 
P. Smithfield, S. Barnhardt, M. Stafford, P. Huband, D. Kline, S. Blount, J. Appleyard, M. A. Swaney, D. Smithdeal, M. 
Gold, P. Dunham, S. Collins, R. Harper. Third Row: N. Crews, D. Bumgarner, M. Byers, M. R. Roberts, J. Hamrick, N. 
Willis, R. Maynard, T. Cordell, C. Gentry, A. Willis, A. Smith, B. Reich, K. Adams, B. Greenway, D. Sprinkle, B. Schiller, 
B. Lowery, B. White, C. McEwan. Fourth Row: T. Ogburn, D. DeRamus, W. Middleton, C. Veitch, M. Artman. 




9LS5 



9LS6 



First Row: B. Bayless, C. Keiger, T. Brewer, S. Bagnal, A. Disher, S. Packard, B. Groce, B. Granade, E. Horwitz, M. Fobert, 
J. Ferris, C. Nanny, L. Foster, J. Hill, C. Shields, N. Foster, T. Mack. Second Row: B. Brewer, C. Conrad, E. Chipman, 
J. Bailey, M. L. Bates, D. Turner, M. R. Frye, A. MacCleod, S. Cox, F. Amend, S. Cooper, R. Carlberg, P. Hart, L. Dahlen, 
M. Wolfe, J. Tate, B. Church, C. Robertson, M. Blackmore, J. Holton. Third Row: A. Rogan, M. Rogan, L. Stokes, P. 
Hahn, T. St. Amand, B. Pike, B. Seibels, J. Dillon, J. Fitzgerald, B. Sutton, B. Shaffner, B. Sherrill, F. Richardson, T. 
Thornton, J. Middleton, B. Wilson, T. Brown, E. Siewers, S. Brown, P. Petree, C. Donovan, J. Parker. Fourth Row: A. Lin- 
coln, K. Davis, G. Stockton, T. Fowler, A. Brown. 



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9LS7 



9LS8 



First Row: C. Baldwin, D. Way, M. Thomas, L. Edwards, L Dyer, M. Hart, M. Boyer, J. Rudolph, S. Spearman, D. Craig, 
M. McCoy, S. Cobb, P. Henry, S. Decker, R. Ashburn, B. Gibson. Second Row: B. Gibson, M. White, C. Baker, B. Forest', 
J. Duggins, L. Fuller, R. Hurst, R. Wright, M. Foltz, T. Brown, M. Zauber, D. McLennan, B. Poe, H. Peeples, J. Baker' 
J. Keith, B. Collins, D. Owen, B. Parker, K. Coplon, B. King. Third Row: V. Lovell, C. Vaughn, G. Gentry, J. Gay, g! 
Yarbrough, B. Cooper, G. Rothrock, L. Ballard, D. Goin, G. Cofer, F. Freudig, H. Wade, B. Hartman, J. Hutcherson, J. 
Groce, R. Lake, D. Byerly, J. Staton, B. Craver, P. Wooten, K. Williamson. Fourth Row: S. Blake, N. Daughton, L. Creech 
W. Maill, H. Smith. 




9LS9 9LS10 

First Row: A. Petty, K. Kirkland, D. Pate, C. Kandzer, J. Pitts, W. Cornelius, F. Parnell, S. Aspden, P. Davis, R. Moffie, 
B. Cranfill. Second Row: R. Harris, N. Harris, D. Drummond, S. Kemp, L. Honeycutt, R. Greene, R. Rice, B Waldman, 
P. Byrd, J. McDowell, J. Davis, J. James, R. Andrew, R. E. ~ 



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Foster, V. G. Benbow, D. Ferguson, L. Brewer, L. Pate, B. 

pniun, j. uue, in. nemmings, A. c '' " " * ' ' " " ' ' ' ' ' ""' 

, R. Warren, L. Gordon, M. Sh_ 
Fourth Row: D. Davis, W. Bostic, N. Drane, G. Millaway, D. Craver. 



w j • u , „ . itinfwtin.ii, j . i^njtij, j . s *U t I t \. -3 f IX. MIIWIVTI, l\. 1-. I UJltl, ». NJ, WCI IUVY», U^. I C|yU3WII, t_. U'lCWCI, L_. I UIC, U. 

Vaughn. Third Row: J. Chipman, J. Coe, N. Hemmings, A. Smither, A. Maddrey, B. Burton, J. Staton, B. Scott, J. Wooten, 
C. Maunder, S. Johnson, R. Warren, L. Gordon, M. Shore, M. Mitchell, J. Beard, B. Smith, J. Adams, E. Isgett. 



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9LS11 



9LS12 



First Row: S. Little, H. Overcash, G. Livingston, M. Zimmerman, L. Stone, L. Brown, A. Cabe, L. Thomas, L. S. Stewart, 
C. Feinman, J. Tuiner, G. Goodwin, D. Venable, P. Little, L. Walker, N. Bowen, N. Putnam, M. Clayton, M. B. Perkins' 
K. Howell, P. Baker, C. Rogers, V. Blalock. Second Row: Miss Ford, F Disher, A. Davis, D. Norwood, R. Davenport, R. 
Fishel, B. Benbow, W. Bost, R. Crook, B. Long, A. Wood, D.Redman, H. Smith, W. Edwards, J. Ivester, W. Barbee,' D. 
Yountz, T Lockard, D. Forrest, B. Sugg, M. Bryant, B. E. Devlin. Third Row: F. Williams, G. Petty, J. Samuel, B. Wit'hcr- 



ington, C. Whisenhunt. 




9C 9A 

First Row: J. Brown, D. Norman, G. Bryant, B. Griffin, G. Whitfield, J. Lardner, A. Fragakis, J. Cranfill, K. Miller, A. 
Nelson, L. Carroll, B. Georgoulias, J. Zigler, V. Mahaffey. Second Row: J. Orrell, B. Disher, C. McKnight, J. Bush. H. 
Triplett, D. Carmichael, J. Brookbank, B. Todd, M. Owens, F. Cason, R. Cox, E. Katzin, N. Williams, B. Bondurant. Third 
Row: M. Rettinger, B. Hall, R. Tillotson, R. Hondros, C. Doub. 



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8A 



8B 



First Row: V. Young, G Barber, R. Averitt, J. Burt, C. Parrish, M. Spencer, J. Gilmore, J. Harding, L. Sample, A. Laugh- 
ter, P. Hauser, K. Clauset, J. Bennett, K. Ramm, P. Markunas, S. Johnson, K. Porth, D. Saunders, B. Benton, C. Sprinkle, 
S. Edwards, D. Kimmer, D. Grassi, M. Mitchell, B. Adams. Second Row: Mrs. Fitts, J. Pfefferkorn, W. Eysenbach, K Hoy- 
den, J. Frost, S. Blackwell, L. McCleod, J. Averette, T. Allen, D. Johnson, R. Miller, L. Nading, A. Thacker, B.' Thomas, 
B. Earl, E. Johnson, F. Hough, D. King, J. Foley, C. Hicks, A. Herndon, A. Brownlee, G. Greene, M. Bradford. Third 
Row: K. Dawson, E. Marion, S. Bradford, D. Walker, R. Angell. , 




8C 



8D 



First Row: J. Miller, J. Samaras, D. Brown, R. Maercks, S. Bennett, F. Cresswell, H. Pardue, J. Hedrick, B. Bryant J 
Hayes, W. Whitfield, R. Herb, M. A. Fulton, L. Copple, D. Holder, J. Styles, M. B. Hinkle, R. Greenwood, C. Hoffman, 
M. Cass, M. Mills, C. Pratt, P. Pulliam. Second Row: M. L. Mitchell, C. Bennett, E. Newell, K. Brewer, C. Rourk, R. Block,' 
B. Burke, T. Dahlem, E. Turner, J. Mock, B. Hayes, H. Mamuel, G. McCann, P. Poindexter, J. Haynes, K. Conrad, L. Par- 
rish, R. Beach, B. Norman, B. Staley, K. Greene, J. Frahm, C. Strickland, V. Currin, J. Fulp, J. Bailey. Third Row: P. 
Tesh, R. Roberts, B. Malcolm, T. Vernon, J. Caudill, Mr. Webster. 



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8E 8F 

First Row: P. Tucker, E. Mabe, D. McClemmy, E. Pagett, R. Sigmon, J 

T. Bates, B. Harrill. Second Row: R. Martin, R. Clarr, T. Startsman, 

Mitchell, B. Fulp, J. Gaddy, D. Hill, J. Edmonds, J. Ball, D. Bremer, K. 

Boughman, L. Ketchie, J. Wall. Third Row: J. Graham, L. Shore, K. 

Myers, P. Williams, W. Atkinson, B. Houck, B. Brock, G. Stallings, S. 

rington, R. Hill, V. Howell, S. Thomas, R. Smith, B. Lambeth, F. Bean. Fourth Row: Mrs. Coppedge, B. Hendrix, T. Bush, 

B. Erwin, J. Elliot, B. Wallin, R. Whitley. 



Cann, D. Morgan, S. Middleton, L. Reanis, L. Foley, 
R. Schneider, G. Shore, B. Whitaker, P. Hobbs, N. 

L. Smith, A. McKevlin, C. Carlton, B. Masters, J. 
V. Smith, R. Hoots, J. Covington, J. Meditz, G. 

Prusak, R. Blackwell, S. James, B. Dixon, P. Fear- 




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8G 8H 

First Row: T. Ebert, J. Creech, D. Gobble, B. Harris, C. Neal, J. Ellen, M. Strader, B. Bouldin, H. Wells, J. Coan, J. 
Slawter, G. Richardson, L. Kimball, M. Ellison, G. Cashion, C. White, V. Yokeley, M. Culler, B. Pulliam, S. Brooks, M. 
Leby. Second Row: B. Rose, S. Yount, C. Deleot, C. Matthews, H. Yost, L. Grant, L. Smith, S. Payne, S. Sparks, B. Gil- 
bert, J. Finlayson, T. Canull, C. Webster, W. Dize, P. Barringer, S. Nash, M. A. Saunders, J. Waller, J. Vaught, P. 
Haase. Third Row: D. Thomas, B. Pope, N. Reece, M. Marcuson, B. Davis, A. Carr, S. Johnson, E. Southern, J. Ford, 
B. Barbee. Fourth Row: T. Wood, S. Spurr, C. Wilson, P. Yeager, C. Tobin, N. Philbrick, B. Washburn. 



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8J 8K 

First Row: P. Orr, J. Doub, D. Russell, L. Kimel, L White, M. Oliver, N. Hawkins, J. Vickers, D. Clitherow, R. Thomas, 
L Armfield, A. Speas, M. Loenton, S. Clifton, K. Harriston, M. Budd, R. Trent, B. Justice, S. Cunningham, B Snook, r'. 
Parker. Second Row: M. Swanson, B. Harris, B. Harris, M. Thrift, K. Joyce, M. Chambers, K. LaRoque, B. Clary, R. Wain- 
er, C. Bailey, B. Vance, L. Shutt, J. Allred, G. Kelley, C. Burchett, G. Park. Third Row: C. Ward, R. Crowder, P. Van- 
Dorsten, W. Weaver, H. Thomas, M. Henry, B. Smith, G. R'eid, B. Petree. Fourth Row: R. Bennett, R. Philips, M. Clancy, 
H. Chipman, G. Tuttle, K. Wilcox, J. Smith. 




8L 8M 8N 

First Row: S. Kinney, W. Coggins, P. Darnell, P. Scott, D. Mc Knight, G. Speas, A. Roberson, M. Anderson, L. Maddocks, 
S. Cranfill, T. Foltz, J. Holton, C. Willoughby, B. Myers, L. McGowan, N. Hester, M. B. Peterson, G. White, W. Austin, B. 
Boyles. Second Row: G. McClung, L. Williams, R. Stevens, B. Stanley, C. Winder, A. Conrad, P. Orrell, M. Monday, L. 
Moser, P. James, H. E. Keicher, S. Thompson, E. Enders, T. Dawson, D. Wheeling, L. McCelfresh, G. Cope, J. McRae, K. 
Throckmorton, S. Whicker, R. Issacs. Third Row: M. Swaringer, D. Robertson, C. Hanna, A. Balafas, G. Reid, G. Srhaum, 
J. Harrold, N. Cranor, K. Cockerham, J. Kittinger, J. T. Trivette, S. Workman, B. Glenn, S. Brann, M. Sams. Fourth Row: 
B. Young, T. Smith, L. Willoughby. Fifth Row: M. McFarland, L Wilson, L. Shoemake, D. Dunford, V. Lawrence, E. 
Tucker, M. Cly, A. Holcomb, G. Vaughn, S. Davis. 






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STUDENT COUNCIL 
OFFICERS 

Kate Blackwell, President; Tommy Cum- 
mings, Vice-President; Agnes Fitts, Sec- 
retary; Steve Heckard, Treasurer. 



Student Council 

Began school year with Student Week . . . House and Council members 
explained structure of Student Government, Honor System, and violations 
in two student body meetings . . . special program and tour of school for 
eighth graders . . . tour and party for new students given with House and 
Honor Society . . . state and district conventions in Chapel Hill and Raleigh 
. . . Thursday afternoon meetings, often lasting into Thursday night . . . 
sponsors, Mrs. McDermott and Mr. Mitchell. 




First Row: Betty G. Heefner, Tony Dunn, Dorothy McQuown, George Little, Johnny Reich, Bebe Bradshaw, David Blanco, 
Carolyn Lineberger. Second Row: Steve Philo, Steve Heckard, Agnes Fitts, Kate Blackwell, Tommy Cummings, Norton 
Willis. Absent: Carl Hunt. 



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HOUSE COURT AND OFFICERS 

First Row: M. A. Saunders, S. Little, K. 
Hepler, B. Smith, J. Reich. Second Row: 
K. Wall, speaker pro tempore; K. Mot- 
singer, Speaker; S. Lineberger, Secretary; 
W. Tennille, Treasurer. 




House of Representatives 



Sponsors, Mrs. Reich, Mrs. Lyerly, Mrs. Flack .... Kitty Motsinger, speaker .... Kent Wall, speaker pro-tern .... 
Sandra Lineberger, secretary .... Wilson Tennille, treasurer .... Encourages pride in school campus, consideration, 
courtesy, co-operation .... Discourages breaking in lunch line, using wrong steps, running in halls .... Meetings every 
Wednesday afternoon .... sessions long, but members patient and willing .... Collected membership dues for P.T.A. 
.... Gifts and food for needy families at Christmas .... Sponsored "Student Government Week" with Student Council 
.... Gave party for new students with N.H.S. 




First- Row: K. Motsinger, speaker, absent; K. Wall, speaker pro-Tempore; S. Lineberger, secretary; W. Tennille, treasurer. 
Second Row: R. Maercks, S. Edwards, C. Matthews, M. A. Saunders, A. Nelson, P. Hooper, S. Smothers, R. Beach, M. R. 
Frye, A. MacLeod, C. Mowery, C. Elkins, R. Ashburn, B. Benbow, B. Greenway, P. Wooten, S. Little, V. Benbow, K. 
Wilcox, D. Foltz, R. Crowder, W. Austin. Third Row: K. Hepler, D. Pfefferkorn, A. Edwards, K. Hampton, J. O'Brien, 
D. Dull, S. Howell, D. Reinhardt, N. Bambalis, K. Norman, M. E. Hunt, M. Singletary, B. Lineberger, P. Metcalf, L. Tesh, 
R. Reynolds, B. Steele, C. Doub, T. Hayes. Fourth Row: C. Hill, L. Vickers, B. Orrell, L. H. Hutchens, B. Larmore, A. Whit- 
ley, J. Reich, B. Smith. Fifth Row: D. Powell, D. Dwiggins, J. Marshall, E. Bouldin, R. Vaughn, F. Hightower. 



Blac£ and Qold 




Art Editors, Marty Hutcherson and Jean 
Lippels, make sketches in the annual 
dummy. 





Junior Editors, Phyllis Ray and Susan 
Thorpe, smile as the last part of jun- 
ior picture copy is typed. 




Editor-in-Chief, G. G. Saunders, and 
Assistant Editor Mary Elizabeth Hunt, 
look forward to the day the yearbook 
comes out — without flaw. 







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Our photographers I. B. Southerland 
and Warren Sams, pose true to form 
with camera in hand as usual. 



"And now to get these pictures in al- 
phabetical order," say Pat Ward and 
Barbara Watson, our hard-working 
Senior Editors. 



Fun, enthusiasm, and worry . . . Warren's statement, "Let's get more pages — all 
we have to do is talk to the school board!" . . . staff's trip to Charlotte . . . keeping 
the theme a secret . . . G.G. and Mary Elizabeth forever changing the dummy and 
wondering if it will all be finished by February 10 . . . our steadies: Marty and 
Warren, always conversing over something important (?)... get that art work done, 
Jean and Marty! . . . Photos (?) by Sams. 





Lynn Taxis and Martha Chew, our Write-Up Editors look on as 
Anne Barnes, Faculty Editor and April Collier, Caption Editor 
check some faculty pictures. 



G. G. Saunders, Mary Elizabeth Hunt, Barbara Watson, and 
Marty Hutcherson inspect some of the equipment at Delmar in. 
Charlotte, our publishers. 



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Art Editors, Henry Sapp and Julie Ann 
Jackson, are kept busy illustrating th; 
Pine Whispers. 



Vine Wdispevs 



PINE WHISPERS 




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Our accomplished Editorial Staff is 
made up of Merel Robin, Anne Barnes, 
and June Peace. 




The master-minds back of our school 
paper, Editor-in-Chief, Cleve Fletcher 
and Chris Farren, Assistant Editor, 
dream up ideas for the next issue. 




The journalism room never ceases to 
laugh with our Feature Editors, April 
Collier, Gail Grupenhof, and Betsy Dunn. 



Late hours are no object when Chris 
has a deadline. 



All's calm in 124 — until the "deadly deadline" strikes! . . . Cleve in a tizzy because 
all the stories aren't in . . . Chris, calm, cool, and collected (?)... Cleve, Chris, 
Fries, and Kat assigning stories and dreaming up editorials . . . counting out 2,000 
papers before school — fun? . . . laughing at second year journalists frantically 
studying for exams (especially when you're a third year student!) . . . lots of work, 
but lots of fun. 





Our Exchange and Circulation Editors are: Cherie Wagoner, 
Cecile Mayrand, Robin LaPrelle, Ann Warren, and Norma Gold- 
berg. 



Norman Wilkerson, Fries Shaffner, Kat Creech, and Wally Dun- 
ham keep us well informed on sports in our school. 



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*&ke National Honor Society 





Officers of the National Honor Society: Sally Rice, Treas- 
urer; Ann Sarratt, President; Bill Clingman, Vice Presi- 
dent; and Linda Tesh, Secretary, stop to have their 
picture made. 



Advisor, Miss Collette ... 8 o'clock Wednesday — 
rushing to meetings in 316 ... sponsoring first 
devotional chapel .... organizing College Day . . . 
planning inductions . . . keeping them a secret . . . 
collecting Christmas presents for needy families . . . 
sponsoring Vocational Guidance Week and Faculty 
Appreciation Day . . . State Convention . . . City 
Convention — Bill Clingman, president . . . annual 
picnic with Hanes and Gray. 




Old members give National Honor Society pins to new 
members in the fall induction. 




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 

First Row: J. Kelsy, D. Loflin, K. Motsinger, S. Rice, treasurer, A. Strader, M. Higgins, J. A. Jackson. Second Row: J. 
Fearrington, M. Owings, K. Blackwell, L. Wall, L. Tesh, secretary, P. Stephenson, C. Lineberger, E. Cooke, P. Ebert. 
Third Row: M. Chew, E. Parker, B. Horn, O. Coe, A. Sarratt, president, B. Bradshaw, M. Kirby, V. McGee, S. Powers, 
G. Saunders. Fourth Row: S. Glenn, L. Taxis, A. Scales, N. Williams, R. Huffman, B. Clingman, vice president, T. Cum- 
mings, A. Lyon, B. Wallace, M. Frye, M. Martin. 




Ouill And Scroll 



First Row: Julie Ann Jackson, Kat Creech, Gail Grupenhof, G. G. Saunders, Cleve Fletcher. Second Row: Kate Blackwell, 
Martha Chew, Norma Goldberg, Barbara Watson, Phyllis Ray, Susan Thorpe, Lynn Taxis, Anne Barnes. 




Masque md Q&vel 



First Row: Dan O'Flaherty, Joan Tucker, Sandy Ogden. Second Row: Billy Senkus, Frances Speas, Howard Butner, Kate 
Blackwell, Peter Freed. 



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Key CluS 



First Row: B. Smith, Corresponding Secretary; C. Adams, Recording Secre- 
tary; B. Hawn, Vice President; T. Cummings, President. Second Row: B. 
Evans, G. Forrest, S. Disher, S. Philo, B. Avery, W. Sams, D. Morrow. 
Third Row: G. Little, D. Powell, B. Bernhardt, B. Marshall. Fourth Row: 
B. Daisy, T. Hayes, K. Hepler, C. Hamilton. Fifth Row: H. Bender, H. 
Butner, J. Bunn, B. Hunter. Sixth Row: N. Williams, B. Roscoe, S. Staples. 
Seventh Row: J. Davis, J. Bulla, Steve Heckard, J. Reich, C. Hunt. 



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We started many Saturdays cleaning fish ponds 



Genevieve Steele is our Key Club Sweetheart for 
1958 and 1959. 



Key Club 



Sponsored by Mr. Donald Morrow, the Key Club renders many outstanding services for 
RJ.R. . . . mowing grass and cleaning fish ponds during the summer . . . helping Miss 
Caldwell . . . washing blinds . . . putting taps on chairs . . . polishing tables in the library 
. . . building a stand for the cheerleaders . . . giving them pins . . . carrying books for Mrs. 
Moser . . . moving desks . . . cleaning plaques in the gym . . . fixing the cases outside the 
library . . . raking leaves . . . publishing Forsyth County Key Club newspaper . . . sponsor- 
ing dances after the games . . . sponsoring homecoming exhibits . . . giving flowers to 
sponsors. . . selling stickers and buttons . . . washing windows . . . ushering at teachers 
convention last fall . . . getting Christmas tree for cafeteria . . . placing the Christmas 
star on the school . . . collecting food and clothing for needy families at Christmas . . . 
sponsoring basketball homecoming . . . collecting money for the March of Dimes . . . 
keeping the baseball scoreboard . . . aiding in track events . . . selling refreshments to 
fans . . . FOLLIES . . . Individual recognition: National Honor Society, Tommy Cummings, 
Neil Williams, Andrew Lyon . . . Co-captain of football team, Tommy Cummings . . . Shrine 
bowl electee, Carl Hunt . . . All-conference football team, Jack Marshall . . . Honorable 
mention, Dick Voorhees, Bobby Hawn . . . Captain of basketball team, Neil Williams . . . 
secretaries, Adams and Smith . . . vice-president, Hawn . . . vice-president of Senior Class, 
Johnny Reich . . . treasurer of Senior class, Neil Williams . . . Teen-Age Council president, 
Don Foltz . . Senior Superlatives, Tommy Cummings, Johnny Reich. Don Foltz, Bobby 
Hawn . . . Officers of Monogram Club: Bobby Hawn, Johnny Reich, Dick Voorhees, Jack 
Marshall. 




Steve Disher and Steve Philo take up money at 
the Basketball Homecoming Dance, sponsored by 
the Key Club. 




. We finished them in the same place. 



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Board of directors for the S.S.C. are taking a break from 
one of their projects. The casual crew consists of David 
Gaskins, Jon Mauzy, Rufus McAden, and Wally Dunham. 



The hard working (?) S.S.C.ers spend a morning faithfully 
cleaning out the fish ponds as one of their projects. 



Senior Service Club 



Rufus McAden, president .... Jon Mauzy, vice-president 
.... Wally Dunham, secretary .... David Gaskins, treas- 
urer .... Mr. Alexander, former president, now sponsor . . . : 
Tennille, Holcomb always wanting a meeting .... Hightower, 
Blanco never wanting one .... Blalock, Hutchens, Vaughn, 
Frizzelle distributing "beat-um" cards .... Boggs, Orrell, 



McGugan, Grant hanging the demon .... Davis, Morris, Little 
cleaning fish ponds .... Craver, Salmons, Wall, planning 
Christmas tea for faculty .... Larmore trying to tell which 
twin is Tony .... Vickers, Watson, dances after games .... 
Harris, Thompson, bonfires .... Tony and Phil Dunn, Shaff- 
ner, Chipman, always rendering services .... truly a great year. 




First Row: R. McAden, president; J. Mauzy, vice-president; W. Dunham, secretary; D. Gaskins, treasurer. Second Row. 
K. Wall, L. Vickers, P. Dunn, W. Tennille, L. H. Hutchens, B. Orrell, D. Frizzelle, T. Dunn, B. Larmore, C. Little, J. 
Davis. Third Row: L. Blalock, H. Morris, R. Vaughan, D. Blanco, P. Watson, P. Craver, A. Harris, R. Boggs, A. Thomp- 
son, Mr. Alexander. Fourth Row: B. Grant, G. McGugan, G. Salmons, B. Chipman, F. Shaffner, L. Holcomb, F. Hightower. 



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Higfi School BiSle Club 



First Row: M. Byers, Treasurer; M. Boyer, Vice President; S. 
Zimmerman, President; B. Lanier. Second Row: L. Stewart, 
L. Thomas, C. Chandler, R. Binkley. Third Row: J. Blackburn, 
Mrs. Humbert, J. Gay. 




Sfamp Club 



First Row: M. Mitchell, T. McKnight, J. Samaras, D. Grassi. 
Second Row: J. Mock, B. Burke, J. Frost, E. Johnson, G. Greene, 
J. Meditz, K. Ramm, L. Nading. 




Cafderia Staff 



First Row: Mildred Wallace, Geraldine Belton, Lillian Hart, 
Burne Harris. Second Row: Willie Lee Bradshaw, Alene Daven- 
port. Third Row: Kenneth Gilbreath, Broadus Evans. 




Maids and janitors 

First Row: L. Peoples, M. Jones, L. Sames. Second Row: S. 

Cooke, D. M. Sheppard, L. Smith. 



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Rufus McAden, president .... Bob Vermilya, vice president 
.... Felda Hightower, treasurer .... David Simpson, par- 
liamentarian .... Don Foltz, secretary/ .... Steve Clark, 
chaplain .... Monday night meetings at the Y.M.C.A. . 
always a championship basketball team .... never a dull 
social .... fund-raising projects like donut sales .... Junior- 
Senior Hi-Y game .... fashion shows .... delegates at- 
tending state Hi-Y conventions and Hi-Y camp .... electing 
new members . . . revising the charter .... annual Hi-Y hop 
.... a group of well-rounded students working together 
making an outstanding organization. 



Hi-Y sponsors for this year are Bebe Bradshaw, Genevieve 
Steele, Jean Pearce, and Alice Edwards. 




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First Row: R. McAden, president; B. Vermilya, vice-president; D. Foltz, secretary; F. Hightower, treasurer; D. Simpson, 
parliamentarian. Second Row: H. Clowes, R. Kirkman, R. Combs, D. Hodges, J. Reich, S. Peebles, W. Dunham, D. Howell, 
B. James, B. Wallace, T. Watts, A. Scales. Third Row: D. Gallagher, R. Crump, T. Avera, J. Vaughn, C. Grubbs, G. Dur- 
ham, B. Carson, K. Wall, G. Bennett, A. Thompson, F. Shaffner, A. Conway, B. Marshall, B. Hawn. Fourth Row: C. Davis, 
E. Bouldin, D. Voorhees, P. Watson, P. Craver, A. Harris, D. Blanco, B. Clingman. Fifth Row: G. Salmons, L. Crutch- 
field, J. Mauzy, B. Chipman, L. Holcomb, F. Vestal. 



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President, Eleanor Cooke .... vice-president, Monta Owings 
.... secretary, Peggy Odom .... treasurer, Martha Tate 
.... social chairmen, Peggy Legette, Susan Powers .... 
inter-club council representative, Linda Wall .... worship 
chairman, Jill Hartman .... mascot, June Goslen .... 
sponsors, Mrs. Gollen and Mrs. Ekvall .... Thanksgiving 
project — collecting food for a needy family .... making pic- 
ture books for Children's Center .... collecting clothes for 
Welfare Department .... fall Recognition Service .... 
executive training clinic .... Thanksgiving dance .... wear- 
ing bermudas and Capris to meetings . . . candy! candy! candy! 
.... Y-Teen meeting — loads of fun. 




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At a Monday night meeting President Eleanor Cooke 
discusses plans with the group for a Spring social. 




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First Row: A. Edwards, K. Currin, K. Blackwell, B. Bradsha 
Workshop Chairman; L. Wall, I.C.C.; P. Legette, Social Chai 
Owings, Vice President; E. Cooke, President; M. Marler, L. R 
berger, R. Hartel, S. Newell, K. Ezzell, B. Sutton, E. McKnig 
J. Fearrington, L. Tesh, P. Ebert, B. Heitman, B. Wallen, L. W 
Todd, S. Wallace, A. Barnes, M. Masten, G. G. Saunders, 
Jackson, S. Rice, R. Plemmons, C. Finwall, J. Lewis, M. Ch 
P. Stephenson, B. Dunn, J. Lippels, L. Ford, F. Williamso 
Dowell, J. Holder, V. Kestler, J. Poindexter, S. Harris, E. S 
Deal, B. Hooper, I. McGee, K. Ogburn, P. Ward, M. Hutch 
Helsabeck, A. Sarratt, M. Frye, M. Kirby, V. Shermer, L. J 



w, K. Wall, B. Horn, R. Thomas, M. J. Allen, J. Hartman, 
rman; P. Odom, Secretary; M. Tate, Treasurer; S. Powers, M. 
eynolds, K. Creech, J. A. Foster, B. Snow, G. Steele, E. Line- 
ht. Second Row: C. Turner, C. Fletcher, S. Glenn, T. Allen, 
aldrop, J. Martin, G. Mayrand, D. Pratt, B. A. Meador, S. 
M. E. Smith, L. Taxis, A. Strader, C. Mabe, N. Holmes, J. A. 
ew, P. Harpt, N. Goldberg, Third Row: P. Pearce, B. Watson, 
n, G. Simmons, J. Joyner, C. Wagoner, J. McGrady, A. Mc- 
haver, M. Kimel, E. Parker, E. Humphrey. Fourth Row: P. 
erson, K. Norman, M. Kabin, G. Grupenhof, K. Tucker, E. 
ohnson, S. Brown, P. Peterson. 




junior Hi-L/ 



First Row: D. Powell, president; L. H. Hutchens, vice-president; D. Gaskins, secretary; L. Blalock, treasurer. Second Row: 
P. Simpson, H. Morgan, H. Bender, D. Frizzelle, P. Dunn, G. Little, B. Cranfill, J. Stuart, T. Hayes, J. Dixon. Third Row: 
B. Snow, R. Messick, B. Cooper, S. Ogden, B. Larmore, C. Cashwell, T. Beitchman, B. Gigenheimer, S. Staples, B. Grant, 
B. Bryant, H. Butner, C. Creech, G. McGugan, R. Howard, N. Wilkerson. Fourth Row: B. Morefield, B. Barnhardt, J. I. 
Boggs, R. Rascoe, B. Smith, A. Dunn, W Mackie, D. Colter, R. E. Joyner, sponsor. Fifth Row: W. Gasque, D. E. Angell, 
J. Bulla, T. Shamel, C. Hamilton, C. Adams. 




Sophomore Hi-L/ 



First Row: President, S. Heckard; Secretary and Treasurer, W. Tennille; Vice President, S. Philo; Chaplain, B Avery; 
Sergeant at Arms, K. Hepler. Second Row: F. Ebert, A. Sarratt, B. Downing, R. Pickett, C. Davis, H. Morris, B. Hurst, 
C. Philips, B. Mitchell, R. David, J. R. Apperson, D. Parrish. Third Row: B. Daisy, A. Jacobsen, P. Bates, C. Lane, C. 
Trogdon, W. Manuel, J. Ashcroft, I. Shapiro, J. Bunn, S. Disher, G. Forrest, B. Davis, H. Schuitmoker, D. Green. Fourth 
Row: L. Briggs, K. Essex, W. Joest, D. Stuart, B. Zeh, J. Helsabeck, H. Schiller, R. Murray. Fifth Row: D. Wolfe, D. 
Needham, B. Long, S. Dula, R. Pulliam, J. Barrow. 

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The Junior Y-Teens' officers for this year are: Cecile 
Mayrand, Treasurer; Sandra Marshall, I.C.C. Represen- 
tative; Phyllis Clanton, Secretary; Jody Vance, President; 
Pat Bowers, Secretary and Beth Swain, Vice President. 



Junior Y-Teens listen to a speaker during a regular 
meeting. 



junior Ij^eens 



President, Jody Vance .... Monday night rock .... buzzing 

the F.D.B meeting the Hi-Y afterwards .... many 

service projects .... organized? .... big tea for mothers 
.... beanies and scarfs at the Recognition Service .... 
Christmas dance .... long, hard discussions for the petitions 
.... decoration committee meeting at Winston Theater .... 



fashion show with Hi-Y . . 
families .... panel advice 
.... dues, dues, and more 
. . . . Mary Elizabeth and 
. . . . laughing, working(P), 



. . collecting clothes for needy 
. . . . Pat's little slips of paper 
dues .... losing the car keys 
Sandra always late from I.C.C. 
being us — the Junior Y-Teens! 




First Row: N. Wassell, Dev. Chairman; J. Vance, President; B. Swain, Vice President; P. Bowers and P. Clanton, Secre- 
tary; C. Mayrand, Treasurer; S. Marshall and S. Thorpe, I.C.C. Second Row: P. Lewis, C. Simons, P. Wolberg, M. Ben- 
nett, S. Lowery, S. Stanford, Z. Strub, A. Ashburn, S. Young, C. Elkins, S. Blackmore, P. Rau, M. Jackson, D. McQuown, 
B. Walsh, C. Coan, B. Barringer, S. Lineberger. S. Edwards, K. Kappes, S. Dunnagan, T. Fulp, B. Newsome, J. Cox, S. 
Calaway, B. Ward, A. Howard, C. Sheets, M. E. Hunt, F. Speas, S. Taylor, N. Harvel, B. Lanier, M. Roberson R Pfohl 
Third Row: R. LaPrelle, L. Nunn, J. Wertz, P. Barbee, B. Chappell, P. Williams, C. Marshall, M. A. Hart, D. Muller, M. 
Sanders, C. Markunas, J. Ayers, J. Brown, B. Masters, F. Brasko, L. Pannill, J. Steadman, E. Crouse, J. Decker, S. Craft, 
P. Ray, A. Zimmerman, A. Collier, B. Chafin, L. Davis, D. Patterson, J. Gitter, J. Sides, S. Davidson, P. Briggs, B. Hart- 
nett, P. Snyder, S. Smith, D. Nowell, E. Bair, M. Pfaff, L. Wilcox. Fourth Row: C. Redding, L. Reynolds, J. Skipper, L. 
Heard, C. Allen, S. Livengood, S. Gatewood, S. Rogan, P. Bacon, B. Brian, J. Newsome, D. Rollick, N. Burgess, A. Cocker- 
am, E. Foxworth, N. Dunham, M. Dwiggins, A. Fitts, C. Howell, L. Watson, S. Eisenberg, E. Fulmer, L. Lockard. Fifth Row: 
B. Chambers, N. Pike, A. Staton, D. Pipkin, J. Gallman, A. Pulliam, J. Decker, D. Westmoreland, L. Hauser, A. Hart, S. 
Henry, G. Howell, M. Cox, J. Cly, J. Butler, E. Holmes, A. Warren, B. Wyrick. 



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Sophomore Ij-'&eeris 



First Row: B. Holton, pres.; S. Bain, v. p.; J. Hutcherson, social ch.; S. Howell, worship; L Jackson, inter-club con.; P. 
Pearce, treas.; D. Dull, rec. sec; P. Collins, Corr. sec. Second Row: J. Allred, J. A. Skeen, S. Jackson, S. Smith, J. Peace, 
L. Myers, M. Phillips, C. Miller. Third Row: A. Butner, S. Zimmerman, C. Ridgeway, G. Ferebee, A. Davis, J. Collins, S. 
Royster. Fourth Row: P. Bagnal, S. Shelor, S. Steere, J. Beard, K. Masten, L. Carter, L. Pratt, M. Hill, B. Hucks, K. Burke. 
Fifth Row: M. Bagnal, E. Westmoreland, J. Stafford, D. Rinkley, N. Gardner, A. Whitney, S. Barnhardt, J. Sheets, N. 
Stansfield, B. Kent, S. Bennson. Sixth Row: B. Reavis, L. Weavil, L. Wall, J. Rigor, P. Stanford, L. Atkinson, J. Schneider, 
B. Rix, L Beach. Seventh Row: J. Fleenor, B. Davis, P. Benbow, C. Thacker, B. Clark, A. Whilson, L. Abernethy, J. Mar- 
shall, J. Peterson, B. Tucker, M. Waggoner. Eighth Row: J. C. Parker, B. Tillotson, C. Tillotson, D. Bietschan, M. Saks, 
H. D. Odom, M. C. Snow, M. E. Steel, J. Cox, T. A. Orrell: Ninth Row: C. Wise, S. Aspden, B. Hayden, H. Hines, M. B. 
Chafin, L. Burrows, L. Fulton, P. O. Walker, P. W. Hooper, K. M. Cook, B. G. Heefner, F. Ubele. Tenth Row: C. Marr, 
V. Brown, S. Matuszak, L. Pettyjohn, D. Rogers, A. Badget, G. Gardner B. E. Hemrick, J. M. Singletary, V. C. Simpson, 
B. S. Lineberger. Eleventh Row: L. Harding, D. Hayworth, A. Kessler, B. Greer, H. Harper, G. Walker, S. Airey, J. George, 
G. Savage, D. Reinhardt, C. Saintsing. Twelfth Row: P. Rudolph, B. Bulla, S. French, L. Downs, C. Colter, S. Dawson, 
B. Bailey, K. Hampton, D. Dull, P. Rhyne, N. Addams. Thirteenth Row: P. Walton, T. Cook, J. O'Brien, M. Martin, J. L. 
Harrold, C. Fulmer, G. Grice, J. Barbee, J. Peek, A. Lipfert, J. A. Spicer, R. Reynolds. 

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€M 



3resfiman Ij^eens 



First Row: A Hauser, B. Trotter, L. Foster, D. Kanoy, P. Bain, President; P. Dunham, Vice President; K. Traylor Secre- 
tary, C. Todd, LC.C ; R^ Ashburn, Treasurer; D. Way, J. Ziglar, J. Woodward, P. McCormick, G. Goodwin. Second Row: 
B Brewer, K Howell, E Wenger, M. McKeithen, J. Fleenor, P. Richardson, C. Nanny, D. Lewis, P. Murray P Henry 
5. Spearman J. Bailey M. Miller. Third Row: M. Hilton, D. Craig, D. Pfefferkorn, S. Decker, D. Norman L Brown K 
Jones M McCoy, D. Turner, J. Butler, A. MacLeod. Fourth Row: K. Kirkland, C. Keiger, L Dyer J Hill C Shields c' 
BagnalC. Baker C Beardsley, N. Foster, B. Gegenheimer, L. Holmes, T. Mack. Fifth Row: S. Beckerdite J Petree'M' 
mw n" Bak c er ' D C - ln , ab !? et A L r Edw ° rds - E. Latimer, M. Fobert, L. Fuller, N. Mayer, C. Mowery. Sixth Row: R. McCr'ocn 
M. Wallace, S. Bagnal, M. R. Frye, C. Robertson, C. Peters, V. Boyle, J. Durana, J. Ferris, C. McKnight J Duggins C 
Fe.nman. Seventh Row: S. Cox C Conrad, B. Granade, M. L. Bates, B. Poe, J. Pitts. C. Vaughn, J. Rudolph, N. Putnam' 
j ii n c ,? S ' ■ , Ke ^ P ; , E ' 9h,h Row: M - Silverman ^ J- Holton, K. Welfare, K. Grubbs, C. Donovan, V Ekval'l M J Yan- 
dell, P. Stallings >-■ Dahler , E McGuire, B. Forrest, V. Wood. Ninth Row: S. Kaplan, K. Amen, M. A. Swan'ey, C ' Dize 
5. Colhns M Gold, B Cox, M. Blackmore, M. Thomas, D. Smithdeal, J. Chipman, K. Sapp. Tenth Row: E. Isgett P Smith- 
deal, B. Collins, K. Adams, B. Reich, G. Colletre, A. Smith, H. Peeples, B. Wilson, P. Huban. Eleventh Row: P ' Petree 
A Rogan S. Brown N. BowenL. Walker, A. Maddrey, E. Siewers, K. Williamson, V. Lovell, J. Keith, M. Rogan ' Twelfth 
Row: D. Bumgarner N. Crews, M. R. Roberts, M. Davis, P. Metcalf, L. Pate, S. Barnhardt, L. Stokes S Wall L Price 
Thirteenth Row: L Young, K. Coplon, B. King, T. St. Amand, M. Rettinger, C. Harris, M. Byers, D. Venable, J. Hamrick' 
r. tsyrd, T. Brown, M. Eidson. 





Sigdtd Qr&de IJ^eeris 



First Row: President, M. Sams; Vice President, B. Harris; Vi 
J. Gilmore; President, J. Harding. Second Row: G. McClun 
kunas, C. White, V. Yokeley, C. Hoffman, B. Adams, V. Yo 
ton, A. Speas, D. Hill, G. Richardson, J. Slawter, C. CarltO 1 
M. B. Peterson, T. Fultz, J. Waller, J. Vaught, M. A. Sound 
T. Bates, B. Harris, M. Swanson, M. A. Fulton, D. Holder, 
Row: L. Shore, J. Graham, P. Tucker, K. V. Smith, A. Laugh 
Moser. Seventh Row: M. Ellison, K. L. Smith, D. Bremer, K. C 
Strickland, R. Blackwell, G. Schaum, S. James. Eighth Ro 
D. Thomas, M. Chambers, C. Tate, P. Poindexter, G. Stalli 
R. Miller, M. Cly, B. Thomas, T. Allen, G. Reid, A. Thack 



ce President, J. Averette; Vice President, E. Kirby; President, 
g, M. Chafin, S. Brooks, D. Saunders, M. B. Hinkle, P. Mar- 
ung. Third Row: B. Stanley, L. Armfield, B. Harrill, M. Thorn- 
n, C. Parrish. Fourth Row: L. Sample, R. Greenwood, J. Wall, 
ers, B. Brock, S. Nash, M. Spencer. Fifth Row: L. Ketchie, 
W. Dize, J. Edmonds, E. Enders, S. Cranfill, L. Kimball. Sixth 
ter, C. Pratt, L. Copple, B. Glenn, R. Beach, B. Masters, L. 
ockerham, J. Fulp, S. Clifton, V. Currin, P. Barringer, C. 
w: B. Barbee, A. Herndon, J. Sherrill, K. Conrad, B. Pope, 
ngs, K. Ramm. Ninth Row: K. Brewer, J. E. Newell, J. Haynes, 
er, P. Fearrington, B. Norman, B. Dixson 



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Resegis 



First Row: F. Smith, B. Dunn, G. Simmons, A. McDowell, C. Wagoner, B. A. Meador, E. O. McKnight, M. J. Tate, B. Sutton, 
T. Allen. Second Row: R. Thomas, C. Creech, B. Hensley, R. Hartle, R. Plemmons, S. Brown, J. Tate, J. A. Jackson. Third 
Row: M. Marler, M. J. Allen, A. Strader, L. Taxis, S. K. Wall, K. Currfn, J. A. Foster, B. Heitman, E. Humphrey. Fourth 
Row: K. Motsinger, J. Heckard, J. Holder, S. Tate, B. Watson, E. Cooke, J. Rice, L. Reynolds, A. Barnes, J. McGrady, 
K. Ezzell. Fifth Row: C. Lineberger, C. Turner, J. Fearrington, P. Smith, E. Helsabeck, B. Wallin, G. Mayrand, S. Todd, 
G. Steele, D. Pratt. Sixth Row: S. Henderson, M. Day, N. Goldberg, M. E. Smith, G. Saunders, P. Stephenson, M. Frye, J. 
Hartman, S. Glenn, A. Edwards. Seventh Row: M. Kerr, P. Odom, P. Ebert, D. Loflin, M. Owings, M. Robin, B. Horn, K. 
Blackwell, B. Bradshaw, J. Pearce, C. Arnold. Eighth Row: M. Higgins, J. Renn, F. Waddell, P. Harpe, V. Kestler, J. 
Lemons, G. Grupenhof, J. Lippels, L Ford, F. Williamson. Ninth Row: L. Tesh, M. Hutcherson, B. Howell, B. Snow,' L. 
Wall, C. Fletcher, E. Ray, S. Newell, M. Chew, P. Sugg, E. Shaver, L. Jessup. Tenth Row: D. Wilson, P. Miller, B. West- 
moreland, L. Johnson, C. Mabe, C. Finwall, J. Lewis, J. Joyner, E. Parker, M. Kimel, M. Sullivan. Eleventh Row: N. Raum, 
J. Criss, M. Martin, S. Ledwith, C. Nicholas, M. Kirby, S. Powers, J. Childress, J. Kelsey, B. Hooper, P. Peterson, G. Bailey! 
Twelfth Row: V. Shermar, K. Norman, K. Ogburn, A. Sarrott, P. Ward, V. McGee, O. Coe, S. Harris, N. Bambalis, J. 
Poindexter, S. Turner, P. Deal. 




College 
Club 



First Row: T. Allen, M. Marler, R. 
Plemmons, S. Brown, G. Simmons, 
R. Hartle, S. Baity. Second Row: 

A. Strader, N. Holmes, L. Reynolds, 
E. Cooke, M. Tate, J. A. Jackson, 
E. Ray, J. Holder. Third Row: C. 
Finwall, M. Chew, J. Lewis, K. Cur- 
rin, J. Heckard, K. Motsinger, C. 
Lineberger, S. Glenn, J. Fearring- 
ton. Fourth Row: D. Loflin, P. 
Harpe, L. Taxis, P. Ebert, J. Peace, 
M. Day, B. Heitman, E. Helsabeck, 
M. Sullivan. Fifth Row: M. Kerr, 
C. Wagoner, J. Tate, S. Ledwith, 
G. G. Saunders, M. Masten, A. 
Barnes, S. Rice, A. McDowell. Sixth 
Row: J. Martin, S. Todd, D. Pratt, 

B. A. Meador, S. Wallace, L. Wal- 
drop, B. Wallin, S. Tate, J. Mc- 
Grady. Seventh Row: M. Martin, 
M. Higgins, M. J. Allen, P. Le- 
gette, P. Stephenson, L. Wall, C. 
Fletcher, K. Blackwell, C. Arnold. 
Eighth Row: C. Mabe, M. Kirby, J. 
Lippels, A. Edwards, P. Odom, B. 
Snow, J. A. Foster, C. Turner, R. 
Thomas. Ninth Row: M. Smith, J. 
Joyner, M. Kimel, E. Parker, K. 
Creech, L. Ford, L. Tesh, B. How- 
ell, B. Dunn, F. Smith. Tenth Row: 
S. Powers, J. Fulp, L. Johnson, N. 
Goldberg, F. Williamson, M. Frye, 
B. Watson. Eleventh Row: C. Nich- 
olas, B. Westmoreland, L. Jessup, 
P. Sugg, E. Humphrey, S. Hender- 
son, P. Hedrick, J. Lemons, M. 
Owings. Twelfth Row: G. Grupen- 
hof, A. Sarratt, P. Sutton, K. Ez- 
zell, M. Newell, J. Poindexter, K. 
Tucker, S. Harris, N. Bambalis. 
Thirteenth Row: M. Robin, B. 
Hooper, B. Bradshaw, K. Wall, V. 
McGee, J. Pearce, G. Steele, J. 
Hartman, N. Raum. Fourteenth 
Row: K. Norman, P. Ward, M. 
Hutcherson, K. Ogburn, B. Horn, 
A. Herring, S. Turner, E. Shaver, 
J. Childress. 




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Kemp Norman, treasurer; Nickie Bambalis, secretary; 
Jill Hartman, vice president; and Velma McGee, presi- 
dent; ably lead the College Club. 



Mrs. Carolyn Spencer and Miss Janie Weaver make 
plans for one of our interesting and informative 
meetings. 




College Club 



Organization for senior girls planning to enter col- 
lege . . . Sponsor Miss Weaver, assisted by Mrs. 
Spencer, gives helpful advice to the prospective col- 
lege students . . . Dues, a "must" . . . collected to 
cover expenses . . . Open house after graduation 
. . . $100 scholarship for one of the club's own 
members . . . Selling greeting cards at Christmas 
. . . Not all work . . . fashion show . . . graduation 
caps . . . two of the highlights for the year. 



Jill Hartman gladly takes those dollars so long-owed 
for Christmas cards that we sold. 



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Office Pages and Receptionists 

First Row: C. Fletcher, B. Walsh, E. Bair, P. Wolberg, M. Brockwell, B. Holton, J. Stafford, S. Steere, T. Allen, M. Tate, 
P. Sutton, S. Nash, W. Dize, J. Hill. Second Row: G. E. Thomas, B. Bradshaw, L. Tesh, M. Kerr, P. Harpe, R.' Hargrove' 
J. Lemons, L. Taxis, J. Tate, S. Craft, M. Sanders, A. Sarratt, J. Renn, C. Nicholas, S. Ledwith, M. Kimel, C. Mayrand' 
J. Kelsy, S. Powers, S. Smith, M. Higgins, M. A. Saunders. Third Row: S. Harris, K. Tucker, J. L. Harrold, B. Westmore- 
land, M. Chew, E. Parker, S. Brown, J. Joyner, J. Childress, P. Bacon, V. Shermer, M. Cox, J. Poindexter, K. Norman, 
K. Ogburn, M. Owings. 




£i6raru Staff 



First Row: C. Turner, social chairman; S. Thorpe, secretary; B. Bradshaw, president; J. Vance, vice-president; J. Fear- 
rington, treasurer. Second Row: B. Ward, L. Nunn, S. Blackmore, L Wall, B. Swain, S. Glenn, P. Ray, B. Walsh, M. 
Singletary, J. Lippels, A. Warren, L. Ford, E. Holmes, K. Creech, L. Reynolds, L. Wilcox. Third Row: M. E. Hunt, C. 
Lineberger, M. J. Allen, B. Snow, K. Currin, J. A. Foster, P. Odom, K. Wall, P. Legette, A. G. Caldwell. Fourth Row: J. 
Reich, G. Steele, J. Hartman, J. Pearce, M. Hutcherson, T. Cummings. Absent: M. Marler. 




Hal/ Monitors 



First Row: L Brown, L. Foster, S. Brenner, N. Mayer, J. Brown, G. G. Saunders, J. Waller, S. Bagnal. Second Row: J. 
Renn. S. Rice, J. A. Jackson, A. Strader, R. Hartle, C. Shields, M. Bagnal, E. Cooke, M. Masten, D. Norman. Third Row: 

C. Mabe, C. Wagoner, J. Fearrington, L. Wall, S. Glenn, A. Orell, A. Davis, J. Terris, C. Nanny, J. Fleenor, E. Horwitz 
Fourth Row: A. Collier, L. Wilcox, B. Chafin, E. Bair, C. Elkins, J. Cox, C. Markunas, J. Chipman, A. McGrady, M. Jack- 
son. Fifth Row: M. Sanders, J. Steadman, F. Brasko, S. Lowery, A. Hart, P. Briggs, P. Snyder, S. Blackmore, P. Rau 
Sixth Row: L. Stokes, C. McKnight, A. Cabe, B. Clark, J. Petree, B. Forrest, E. Siewers, J. O'Keefe, S. Lineberger, C. 
Howell, J. Hartman. Seventh Row: C. Conrad, C. Chandler, J. Cranfill, A. Fragakis, J. Newsome, P. Parrish, K. Blackburn 

D. Knighten, K. Wall, M. Martin. Eighth Row: K. Masten, P. Comor, N. Hemmings, L Pate, M. Rettinger, E Isgett c' 
Wise, L. Davis, M. B. Chafin, B. Rix. Ninth Row: M. Kirby, M. J. Allen, D. Dull, N. Gardner, B. Davis, M. Frye^ C. 
Allen, S. Livengood, A. Cockerham, N. Burgess, T. Avera. Tenth Row: A. Badgett, J. O'Brien, B. Tucker, J. Hutcher'son 
N. Dunham, S. Eisenburg, J. Butler, F. Speas, M. Dwiggins, J. Cly, P. Clanton. Eleventh Row: B. Hall, B. Horn, A Her- 
ring, O. Coe, N. Wasell, M. Cox, S. Marshall, A. Zimmerman, K. Norman, P. Ward. 



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Sevvit 



eevs 



First Row: C. Coan, D. Goodwin, Treasurer; P. Snyder, Secretary; M. Jackson, President; J. Ayers, Secretary; M. Pfaff, 
Vice President; P. Barbae, T. Fulp. Second Row: C. Elkins, P. Wolberg, R. Bowman, M. Schindel, N. Cresswell, M. Trip- 
lett, P. Lewis, M. Roberson, Miss McKeel, Sponsor. Third Row: K. Travis, C. Marshall, B. Foster, B. Whitman, A. Ashburn, 
H. Smith, M. Bennett, C. Simons, S. Stanford. Fourth Row: D. Nowell, J. Wertz, R. LaPrell, B. Bryan, S. Davidson, D. 
Hodges. J. Middleton, J. Reece, S. Smith, C. Markunas, S. Baker. Fifth Row: B. Chafin, J. Decker, A. McGrady, J. Gitter, 
P. Parrish, M. R. Elliott, B. Robertson, J. Brown, N. Harrell, P. Everhart, N. Fulton. Sixth Row: S. Thorpe, B. Hartnett, 
A. Marshall, S. Calaway, N. Harvel, J. Cox, E. Crouse, B. Crater, B. Lanier, C. Sheets, E. Bair. Seventh Row: L. Nunn, 
S. Taylor, B. Chappell, L. Hauser, L. Davis, F. Brasko, M. A. Hart, C. Mayrand, K. Lane, S. Lowery, L. Wilcox, K..Kappes. 
Eighth Row: B. Walsh, A. Collier, J. Skipper, S. Young, J. Steadman, D. Patterson, P. Rau, Z. Strub, S. Craft, L. Lockard, 
J. Brand, J. Fritts. Ninth Row: P. Bowers, P. Ray, J. Decker, B. Barringer, S. Rogan, A. Howard, B. Masters, D. Knight- 
en, I. Bonds, D. Westmoreland, E. Foxworth, N. Burgess. Tenth Row: L. Reynolds, B. Chambers, J. Lawson, S. Dunna- 
gan, S. Edwards, D. McQuown, M. Dwiggins, F. Speas, S. Lineberger, S. Blackmore, E. Fulmer, P. Williams. Eleventh Row: 
J. Martin, M. Barnette, S. Henry, G. Howell, B. Wyrick, S. E isenberg, A. Cockerham, B. Swain, C. Kennedy, B. Dowell, 
A. Stone, N. Wasell. Twelfth Row: P. Clanton, L. Heard, A. Zimmerman, A. Beard, S. Livengood, B. Barrett, P. Bacon, J. 
Cly, M E. Hunt, A. Fitts, C. Howell. Thirteenth Row: J. Gallman, D. Pipkin, C. Allen, E. Holmes, J. Butler, M. Cox, M. 
Mitchell, N. Dunham, A. Warren, S. Marshall, J. Vance, A. Staton. 



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eevs 



First Row: B. Hucks, C. Miller, M. Hill, S. Howell, President; P. Pearce, Vice President; S. Smith, S. Sheppard, D. Moore, 
D. Mills. Second Row: D. Lofland, S. Mooney, M. Phillips, P. Vestal, L. Myers, G. Ferebee, S. Benson, M. Orrell, M. 
Watson. Third Row: B. Wright, L. Burrows, L. Fulton, S. Smothers, B. Jahnke, P. Bagnal, M. Bagnal, M. Mabe, B. Kent. 
Fourth Row: L. Beach, B. Rix, S. Matuszak, F. Edens, J. Sheets, V. Campbell, S. Royster, F. Ubele, B. Byerly, J. Peace. Fifth 
Row: D. Binkley, S. Shelor, P. Kellogg, E. Carlton, L. Carter, L. Weavil, B. Reavis, J. C. Parker, M. Talley, S. Hepler, 
D. Cook, L Pratt. Sixth Row: P. Rudolph, B. Holton, E. Westmoreland, S. Bain, J. Collins, A. Badget, J. Stafford, A. Whit- 
ney, S. Barnhart, P. Sanford, R. Tillotson, C. Tillotson. Seventh Row: J. Speight, M. Saks, P. Walker, P. Hooper, K. Cook, 
B. G. Heefner, B. Steele, N. Snow, N. Cox, B. Lineberger, V. Simpson, R. Martin. Eighth Row: J. Allred, T. Beitchman, M. 
Waggoner, B. Tucker, B. Davis, B. Hemrick, H. Odom, M. Singletary, A. Orrell, B. Byrd, D. Rogers, C. Fulmer. Ninth Row: 
J. A. Skeen, S. French, M. Vanderver, K. Shelton, D. Kirby, L. Abernathy, N. Adams, D. Reinhardt, D. Stanford, W. Bink- 
ley, N. Stansfield, J. Peterson, K. Burke. Tenth Row: L. Riemenschneider, P. Benbow, C. Thacker, S. Steere, D. Dull, N. 
Koelmel, S. Smith, P. Combs, L. Hines, L. Harding, J. Ligon, L. Wall. Eleventh Row: D. Dull, K. Hampton, S. Harvel, 
B. Clark, B. Bailey, K. Mcsten, C. Wise, C. Marr, C. Colter, A. Wilson, S Aspden, R. Parnell, A. Farthing. Twelfth Row: 
S. Holmes, B. Hayden, G. Herman, K. Stone, A. Kessler, B. Greer, B. Davis, L. Jackson, J. Ashcroft, J. O'Brien, J. Hutcher- 
son, T. Cooke, B. Gardner. Thirteenth Row: A. Butner, M. B. Chafin, S. Airey, V. Brown, D. Haworth, G. Savage, L. Har- 
per, D. Wall, L. Downs, S. Dawson, C. Shore, B. Clodfelter, L. Pettyjohn. Fourteenth Row: R. Reynolds, R. Hudson, B. 
Bulla, J. L. Harold, G. Walker, G. Grice, S. Burgess, J. George, R. Menz, L Davis, A. Liipfert, J. A. Spicer. 



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Higfi Sc&ool junior Science Club 

First Row: B. Gegenheimer, J. Durana, E. Goodman, B. Avery, B. Fitts, T. Miller, D. Morris, B. White, W. Preussel, G. 
Niblock, D. Klime, V. Beyle, J. Appleyard, J. Brooks. Second Row: Mrs. White, R. Murray, A. Brown, D. Licker, P. Bates, 
B. Downing. Third Row: G. Stockton, F. Philips, R. Belton, B. Davis. 




Gigdtd Qr&de Science Club 

Firsr Row: J. Miller, K. Clauset, M. A. Fulton, S. Blackwell, C. Hicks, W. Austin. 



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ScviSlevs Club 



First Row: B. Hensley, A. Laughter, C. Winder, C. Padgett, president; V. Wood, C. Johansen, 
L Finlayson, K. Hayden, G. Pitts, D. Alexander, S. Sulkin. Second Row: J. Harding, J. Sherrill^ 
S. Brann, P. Collins, J. Beard, M. Peyton, K. Grubbs, L. Young, D. Muller, M. Sanders. Third 
Row: S. Hardy, J. Bowman, S. Gatewood, D. Dunford, M. Harrington, secretary B CrurriD 
P. Petree. 




Boys' College 
Club 



First Row: C. Davis, president; R. Huffman, vice-president; S. Peebles, second vice-president; 
J. Nolan, program chairman; H. Clowes, secretary-treasurer. Second Row: M. Boles, R. Fear- 
rington, C. Grubbs, R. Hamilton, J. McGowan, J. Trivette, B. Carson, D. Hodges, social chair- 
man; T. Watts, B. Marcuson. Third Row: Mr. Peters, F. Vestal, J. Middleton, L. Smith, B. Cox, 
B. Hunter, T. Avera. 




S First Row: W. Brothers, B. Wallace, president; B. Snow, treasurer; W. Lamb, vice-president; 

eXXXOX °- Coe ' secret a r y; J- McMichael, social chairman; C. Markunas. Second Row: H. Sapp, b! 

James, J. Ridgill, D. Knighten, R. Howard, A. Scales. Third Row: B. Gegenheimer, R. Chew, 

S^j i f R - Kirkman, H. Land, B. Swaringen, J. Trivette, T. Avera, S. Scarlett. Fourth Row: D. Pickard, 
r>"\ 0YI P I 111 n J - Vau 9 nn , ->• Ludwig, T. Thompson, K. Miller, D. Newsome, B. Vermilya, D. Gallagher, B. 
LlCllLC K^IUV Cooper, L. Chandler, J. Kinney. 




First Row: K. Jones, J. Ziglar, B. Trotter, M. Miller, A. Hart, Secretary; N. Wilkerson, Treasurer; J. Tucker, President; 
A. Hauser, K. Kirkland, A. Nelson, S. Jackson, D. Parrish. Second Row: T. Eddleman, J. Drake, C. McKnight, N. Putnam, 
F. Waddell, A. Hammill, C. Feinman, N. Crews, J. Orrell, B. Ammons, M. Dowell, S. Lund, C. Saintsing, M. Vandever, S. 
Bullard, K. Bernhard. Third Row: B. Gordon, D. Venable, J. Hamrick, K. Coplon, P. Rhyne, J. Barber, J. Marshall, J. Cran- 
fill, R. E. Joyner. Fourth Row: J. Bednerik, R Messick, M. R. Dobbins, L. Walker, J. Peek, H. Schuitmaker, S. Gramley. 



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espians 



President, Joan Tucker .... vice-president, John Davis .... secretary, Ann Hart .... treasurer, Norman 
Wilkerson .... sponsor, Mr. Ray Joyner .... planning programs and productions .... participating in chorus 
Christmas program .... highlight of the year — one act comedy presented after Christmas .... all 66 members 
enthusiastically participating in presentation .... working long hours on scenery and costumes .... learning 
lines .... attending district conference .... enjoying many Thespians activities .... a successful and fun- 
filled year for all. 




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Members of Thespians work hard for their first play 
of the year. 



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First Row: President, P. Freed; Vice President, N. Pratt; Secretary-Treasurer, B. Senkus; J. Spicer, S. Ogden, H. Butner 
C. Markunas KBIackwell Second Row: R. David, D. Sprinkle, D. Meschan, B. Bernhardt, A. Willis, B. Groat B Vaughn' 
Third Row: C. Philips, D. Flaherty, G. Blackburn, E. Mock, B. Clingman, B. Keller, C. Davis C Farran 



Debating Club 



Discussion, debate, and research . . . January try-outs .... triangular debates .... state semi-finals and 
finals .... Wake Forest workshop .... president, Peter Freed vice-president, Sonny Pratt secre- 

tary-treasurer, Bill Senkus . . sponsor, Mrs. Garrison .... co-operates with National Forensic League 

R.o : n' I 9 T ° H,9h D P r\ Sandy ° 9den ' BeSt Presid i n 9 Officer .... practice congress here in January ' ' ' 

Regional conference m Raleigh president, Howard Butner .... vice-president Peter Freed . secre 

tary-treasurer, Kate Blackwell .... sponsor, Mr. Morrow. 





Dan O'Flaherty and Howard Butner admire the medal 
won by Sonny Pratt in the World Peace Speech 
Contest. 



Members of the varsity debating team, Kate Black- 
well, Peter Freed, Howard Butner, and Dan O'Flaherty, 
look over their material. 



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Usfievs Club 



First Row: B. Senkus, E. Kimel, L. Byrd, B. Hurst, R. David, B. Avery, A. Scales, B. Clingman, J. Ridgill. Second Row: R. 

Howard, P. W. Masten, B. Smith, J. Mickey, J. Davis, B. Barnhardt, B. Slovenz, D. Hodges, T. Watts, C. Lane, J. Trivette, 
J. McGowan, L. George. Third Row: Mr. Webster, C. Cashwell, S. Staples, S. Ogden, H. Butner, D. Dwiggins, R. Huffman, 

B. Grant, B. Leake, R. Byrd, J. Middleton, E. Johnson, D. Simpson, J. Kandzer, H. Schuitmaker, T. Conrad, T. Wilson, 

C. Philips, D. Chipman. 




3vencd CluS 



First Row: L. Watson, L. Simms, C. Robertson, P. Smith, M. J. Yandell, M. A. Swaney, F. Speas, president; N. Wassell, 
secretary; C. Sheets, treasurer; D. Lineback, vice-president; L. Reynolds, B. Watson, A. Collier, B. Chafin, L. Wilcox, R. 
Pfohl. Second Row: F. Smith, L. Wall, B. Burgess, J. McGra dy, J. Cly, C. Wagoner, S. Rice, Miss Ford. Third Row: I. 
Harrah, E. M. Kimel, L. P. Vickers, R. B. Huffman, M. Cox, P. Bacon, A. Warren. 



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QevmdiXi Club 



Firs* Row: Treasurer, B. Byerly; Secretary, B. Anderson; Vice President, K. Carter; President, B. Sherrill, President S. 
Gramley; Vice President, E. Bair; Secretary, M. Cox; Treasurer, L. Nunn; Publicity Chairman, H. VonSchiller. Second Row: 
S. Zimmerman, R. LaPrelle, B. Chappell, P. W. Masten, L. Downs, B. Bryan, B. Gottenstrater, J. Davis, M. Watts, D 
Muller, E. Eysenback, P. Barbee, B. Newsome, P. Davis. Third Row: F. Ebert, N. Pratt, B. VonKatz, D.' O'Flaherty,' W.' 
Joest, W. Lamb, T. Cordell, B. Downing, Mrs. Hepler, Sponsor. Fourth Row: F. Phillips, D Needham,' E. Johnson, J.'Stu- 
art, C. Von Doymi, B. Jones. 




History Club 



First Row: R. Carlberg, H. Drake, R. Kirkman, T. Wilson, M. Ferebee, G. Durham, M. Lorber, E. Maddrey, N Senkus, 
J. Myers, Mr. Mitchell. Second Row: B. Reed, W. Turner, R. Meachan, B. Johnson, D. Upton. 



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Pep Board 



Fir»r Row: I) 'mow, G, Steele, !' I . <i< M. , A Edwards, Co-Chalrman; S. Glenn, Co-Chalrmon; C. Coan, M I Allen, C. 
Uriel" i'l< i, I I'.'-ii..', Second Row; l< I hi<» I moi Inn, I Blown, I I dwuid\ P Snyder, J. I ear f ington, S. Aspden, P. Baker, 

i Pfefferkorn, M Culler, I Slawter, P Orrell, I Holmes, I Holton, I, laie, p, c.oiimv Third Row: h n,ivr,, I \ P .,r/ 

I PlttS, W SomS, < Hill, M Porrlsh, M. ( oggln, S OKher, I . Rice, P. Freemon, ( Dobb, J, Getty, ) Lewis, V. Currin,' 
'<■ lomes, M Gold, I M.i, cum, M I!, mm. II, ', I . i. I- <y, Ml-,-, Caldwell Fourth Row; I) Howell, I WottS, S. Elsenberg, 

i w.-ii/, A Brown, < Evens, B Collins, M Cloncy, A, Fragakls, P, Pearce, A, Moddrey, J. iiaiimon' n \<Mi p' 
Leake, I, Russell, P Wlllard, I, Davis, S, Staples, R Boggs, D Kenny, 




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FlMl Row; I 1 I, mi, 

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P On, ii, i Boughman, s Wmkmun, M M lay, I m, iM i, I, Poley, D, Wheeling, W Weaver, 

Iter, l» Scott, Srtond Row: A H.ilodr., < M.imm.i, H. Living, P. Coffey, I liukn, K Cockerham, 




*5een-Aqe 
Council 



Firsf Row: S. Little, S. Heckard, P. Hightower, secretary; G. Steele; vice-president; D Foltz 
president; A. Harris, treasurer; G. Forrest, B. Hawn. Second Row: II Bender L Holcomb T 
Cummings, L. H. Hutchens, D. Blanco, L. Blalock, J. Bunn. Third Row: F Hightower P 'Lc- 
gette, B. Snow, S. Glenn, J. Poarce, C. Lineberger, B. Steele, K. Cook, S. Llneberger, 'e. Bair 
B. Walsh, B. Cox, G. Goodwin, B. Smith, B. Bryant 




ReSo 



ps 



First Row: S. Robinson, D. Hodges, C. Anglin, R. Howard, D. Neodhom, B. Wallmnn P Hat,-, 
M. Bryant, S. Cooper, J. Ridgill, S. Sulkin. Second Row: S. Bradford, B. Leonard F Phillips' 
H. Day, L. Briggs, B. Gilbert, M. Boyd, D. Stuart. Third Row: B Multnlm l' Render b' 
Snyder, M. Orr, G. Hart, I . Freudig, R. Perryman. 




Ma<fi Club 



Firsr Row: J. Middlcton, C. Smith, A. Lyon, E. Kimcl, president; P. Walthcr secretary G 
Bennett, program chairman; J. Ridgill, B. Trotter, T. Watts. Second Row: F. Vestal L Ml'ller 
M. Boles, B. Mackie, R. Fearrington, R. Vaughn, G. McGugan, P. Dunn, C. Cashwell,'s. Staples! 
a. Grant, L. Rcttinger, T. Cooper. 



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Qym Leaders 



First Row: P. Collins, P. Dunham, B. Swain, M. Mitchell. Second Row: J. Heckard, J. A. Foster, T. Fulp, L. Watson, M. 
Cox, M. Dwiggins, A. Collier, M. Pfaff, M. Mitchell, L. Heritage, M. McKeithen, S. Decker, D. Pfefferkorn, K. Jone's, J. 
Ziglar, J. Hill, S. Shelor, B. Harrill, L Holmes, M. Blackmore, J. Holton, P. Bain, C. Mabe, J. Sechrist, J. Ayers, E. Fox- 
worth, S. Taylor, D. Pratt. Third Row: M. Daois, A. Badgett, S. Bain, C. Baker, S. Workman, D. Hill, A. Speas, B. 
Gegenheimer, V. Lawrence, J. Bennett, H. Peeples, E. McGuire, J. Collins, P. Walker, B. Hemrick, L. Sims, V. Currin, 
L Armfield, L. Sample, E. Kirby, D. Thomas, R. Blackwell, M. Sams, T. Fultz, K. Harrison. Fourth Row: D. McQuown, 
B. Bennett, J. Pitts, K. Traylor, M. Waggoner, J. Fleenor, G. Collette, S. Airey, V. Campbell, A. Maddrey, C. Colter, 
B. G. Heefner, B. Davis, S. Kemp, D. Dull, N. Putnam, C. McKnight, K. Sapp. Fifth Row: A. Parker, T. St. Amand, A. 
Smither, S. Benson, P. Huband, R. Reynolds, J. A. Spicer, N. Snow, N. Cox, B. Steele, B. Greer, M. Singletary, G. Walker, P. 
Pearce, B. Collins, P. Smithdeal, C. Wise, S. Collins. 




Physical 3\tness Club 

First Row: R. Hoots, E. Pagett, B. Fulp, S. Sparks, J. Gaddy, B. Lambeth, M. Carter, B. Jones, T. Phillips, K. Hepler, 
J. Russell, D. Forrest, M. Cagel, D. Bird, R. Hill, J. Gross, N. Harris, C. Westmoreland, C. Peters, R. Schneider. Second 
Row: B. Benbow, R. Fishel, L. Bollard. R. Smith, P. Williams, J. McDowell, L. Bouvier, D. De Ramus, D. Drummond, R. 
Davenport, W. Edwards, B. Brockwell, C. Perry, L. Gordon, M. Shore, D. Yountz, R. Foster, F. Bean. Third Row: T. Fow- 
ler, K .Davis, J. Dillon, W. Turner, T. Ogburn, D. Goin, T. Bradshaw, S. Johnson, R. Warren, rourth Row: G. Shermer, 
T. Blalock, S. Dula, D. Wolfe, D. Staley, B. Rumple, I. B. Southerland, C. Veitch. 



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junior Red Cross 



First Row: M. Budd, A. Davis, F. Parnell, M. Mitchell, L. George, M. Tate, M. Owings, D. Rogers, N. Foster, C. Keiger, 
M. Anderson, D. Craig. Second Row: N. Fulton, J. Beard, J. A. Jackson, D. Hill, J. Poley, D. Pfefferkorn, S. Thompson, 
E. Helsabeck, T. Richardson, J. Waller, P. Vestal, B. Norman. Third Row: C. Colter, S. Newell, G. Grupenhof, M. Clary, 
S. Powers, C. Tate, B. Squires, S. Gatewood, P. Harpe, P. Deal. Fourth Row: P. Bacon, S. Dunnagon, C. Howell, B. Disher, 
D. Pratt, B. Gardner, E. Fulmer, S. Motusak, R. Hill, C. Feinman. Fifth Row: B. Burton, E. Humphrey, V. Lovell, N. Pike, 
K. Williamson, J. Eysenback, C. Ridgeway, L. Pettyjohn, N. Cranor. Sixth Row: O. Coe, T. St. Amand, C. Smith, G. Poulos, 
J. McGraw, B. Rumple, T. Blalock, S. Ebert, D. Bumgarner, K. Harrington. 



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First Row: Dorothy Mc- 
Quown, Beth Swaim, Agnes 
Fitts, assistant chief, Nancy 
Dunham, chief, Meriel Mit- 
chell, Ellean Bair. Second 
Row: Cricket Coan, Sandra 
Lineberger, Nancy Wasell, 
Carol Howell. 




Senior Marsfia/s 




First Row Kneeling: Brenda 
Snow, Linda Wall, Cricket 
Coan, Kathryn Motsinger, 
assistant chief; Mary Jane 
Allen, Kay Currin, Peggy 
Legette. Standing: Jean 
Pearce, Carolyn Lineberger, 
Chief; Genevieve Steele. 



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First Row: Ellen Bair, Ann 
Davis, Kay Cook, Barbara 
Lineberger, Susan Black- 
more, Patsy Bowers, Betty 
Ward, Patricia Walker. Sec- 
ond Row: Agnes Fitts, Nancy 
Dunham, Becky Horn, Kay 
Wall, chief; Meriel Mitchell, 
assistant chief; Jo Ann Fos- 
ter, Dorothy McQuown. 



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First Row: J. Hicks, J. Kinney, R. Turner, B. Smith, P. Baragona, L. Vickers, P. Little, K. McKeithan, M. Watts, M. Lor- 
ber. Second Row: C. Smith, J. Gay, P. Wooten, B. Cranfill, A. Davis, B. Jones, D. Dwiggins, J. Willis. Third Row: G. Par- 
rish, R. Penry, B. White, D. Voorhees, W. Colter, B. Gegenheimer. Fourth Row: G. Little, P. W. Masten, L. Taylor, D. 
Clay, E. Maddrey, C. Hamilton. Fifth Row: B. Sugg, T. Cooper, B. Zeh. Sixth Row: J. Hausch, R. Womack, T. Wilson, 
R. Picket, B. Lovell, D. Ludlum. 




$nstrument&l Music Club 

First Row: L. Edwards, J. Petree, B. Reich, L. Fuller, N. Mayer, E. McKnight, J. Kelsy, P. Stephenson, J. Meditz, D. Hed- 
rick, R. Mayer, H. Day, President; B. Leonard, P. Hahn, S. Snyder, D. Rollick, J. Newsom, P. Briggs, K. Greene, J. E. 
Newell, K. Brewer, B. Newsome, M. Hart. Second Row: S. Bagnal, M. Lee, B. Rhudy, J. Smith, G. Harmon, G. Cofer, B. 
Waldman, M. Orr, E. Scott, D. Lyon, S. Bradford, C. Lane, B. Slovenz, B. Wallin, L. Briggs, J. Rehder, S. Cooper, J. Davis, 
R. Thomas, J. Vickers, D. Kanoy. Third Row: G. Park, J. Pfefferkorn, T. Vernon, R. Gibson, M. Bryant, C. Ward, H. 
Thomas. Fourth Row: D. Russell, B. Snyder, B. Gibson, F. Freudig, R. Wainer, G. Kelly, B. Gibson, C. Burchett, B. Lowery. 

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First Row: R. Hatcher, W. Hammettee, M. 
Georgoulia, W. Soloman, C. Doub. Second 
Row: R. Johnson, R. Cox, P. Bowers, J. Harn, 
S. Moore. Third Row: D. McKnight, D. Good- 
win, C. Cunningham, E. Hunt, R. Davis. 
Fourth Row: H. Starbuck, V. Williams, J. 
Moffitr, R. Bailey, T. Boose, D. Carmichael, 
Mr. McSwaim. 



Vocational Printing 






Under guidance of Mr. Clyde F. Mc- 
Swain . . . our print shop one of the 
most modern in the South . . . classes 
held in shop under the cafeteria 
training done in connection with act- 
ual jobs produced for the Winston- 
Salem City Schools . . . two classes 
daily . . . three hours each . . . course 
offered for four years . . . upon grad- 
uation all competent students are 
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First Row: N. Wilkerson, G. Forrest, B. Larmore, D. Frizelle, H. Bender, T. Dunn, B. Smith, P. Dunn, P W Mosten D 
Foltz, J. Davis Second Row: J. Bulla, B. Miller, B. Rascoe, D. Burton, R. Hodges, H. Morris, S. Robinson, L. H Hutchins' 
J. Kandzer C. Grubbs. Third Row: J. Marshall, J. Mauzy, S. Heckard, H. Burner, C. Hauser, L. Cruse, B. Bernhardt b' 
Gotrenstrader, L. Blalock, G. Salmons, J. Chris, N. Russell. Fourth Row: B. Hawn. R. Vaughn, K. Wall, L. Holcomb W 
Dunham, T. Cummings, D. Powell, W. Turner, W. Curlee, L Crutchfield. Fifth Row: B. Bryant, B. Chipman S. Clark j' 
Keicn, C. Davis. Sixth Row: R. McAden, A. Thompson, J. Harrington, P. Watson, D. Voorhees D. Blanco F Shaffner' B 
Flmtcm, R. Combs, F. Highrower, W. Colter, D. Upton. ' ' 





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FIRST TEAM 



First Row. Felda Hightower, right end; Larry Crutchfield, outside tackle; Fries Shaffner, inside tackle; Jack Marshall, 
right guard; Rufus McAden, center; Dick Voorhees, left guard; Bill Chipman, left end; Second Row: Bobby Hawn 
wingback; Johnny Reich, blocking back; Wally Dunham, fullback; Tommy Cummings, tailback 






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Coaches Wilson Alexander, "Red" Wilson, and 
Herman Bryson work hard explaining plays. 




Our managers, Allen Harris, Penn Craver, David 
Gaskins, Benny Orrell, George Little, and' Richie 
Boggs always give a helping hand. 



Reynolds-Gray 27-6 

Reynolds-Hanes 33-12 

Reynolds-Wilmington 28-12 

Reynolds-East Mecklenburg 41-13 

Reynolds-Salisbury 1 4.7 

Reynolds-Burlington 27-6 

Reynolds-Gaston ia 1 4_0 



SCORES 



Reynolds-High Point 13-0 

Reynolds-Charlotte 7-6 

Reynolds-Greensboro 26-14 

Reynolds-Asheville 34-6 

Western Title 

Reynolds-Wilson 6-6 

Tie for State Championship 



The 1958 edition of R.J.R's Black Demons proved to be the "winningest" team in the 
glorious football history of Reynolds High School . . . Rolling over eleven consecutive 
opponents with powerful victories . . . Demons were barely stopped short of a perfect 

S A e A S A 0n c: y u U n b ^ ten WHs P n • ■ • the teams fouaht to ° 6-6 tie thus sharing the State 
AAA hootball Championship crown . . . Great coaching evident in the work of "Red" 
Wilson, his second year as head coach . . . Back coach Herman Bryson who has helped 
send previous Reynolds teams to Championship games . . . Line coach Will Alexander 
former Co-Captain of the Demons ... Some of the seasons highlights: vicious charging 
r Li°u enSIVe line led by Dick V °°rhees, Jack Marshall, Fries Shaffner and Larry 
Lrutchtield . . great pass catching by Felda Hightower and Bill Chipman,who caught 
tive tor five for 175 yards . . . rough defensive play by Center Rufus McAden who 
didnt make a poor snap all season . . . quarterbacking duties by Johnny Reich who 
turned in some fine blocking performances ... the tricky elusiveness of Wingback 
bobby Hawn who scored fourteen times on his well-run reverse play Tommy 

Cummings s long touchdown runs which proved to be the most exciting and the 

smashing line bucks and beautiful openfield running of Fullback Wally Dunham 
comeback victory over strong Charlotte Central ... the thorough stomping of old 
r A V n G ^ ensb ° ro / Asheville, and Salisbury ... and the bruising defensive play of Bob 
Miller, Glenn Salmons, Larry Holcomb, John Mauzy, Britt Smith, and Jimmy Chris 



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3oof6a/l Honors 




RUFUS McADEN 

All City-County, All Conference, 
AAA All State first team, Shrine 
Bowl Representative, Co-captain 
of Reynolds High School foolbail 
team, East-West All Stars, Hon- 
orable mention All Southern. 



MR. WILSON 

Coach of the Year, Co-coach of 
Shrine Bowl. 



TOMMY CUMMINGS 

Honorable Mention All-Confer- 
ence, Co-Captain of Reynolds 
High School football team. 



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WALLY DUNHAM 

AM City-County, AAA All State 
First Team, All Conference, 
Shrine Bowl Representative (Co- 
Captain), All Southern, Most 
Valuable Player Western AAA, 
East-West All State, Honorable 
Mention All American. 



LARRY CRUTCHFIELD 

All City-County, AAA All State 
First Team, All Conference, 
Captain All City Team. 



JACK MARSHALL 

All City-County, All Conference, 
All State Second Team. 



BILL CH1PMAN 

All Conference, Honorable Men- 
tion All State. 




FELDA HIGHTOWER 

Honorable Mention All Confer- 



DICK VOORHEES 

Honorable Mention All Confer- 
ence. 



BOBBY HAWN 

All City-County Second Team, 
Honorable Mention All State, 
Honorable Mention All Confer- 
ence. 



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CARL HUNT 

All City, All Conference, Mo'-t 
Valuable Player City-County, All 
State, Shrine Bowl Representa- 
tive. 



ROY BYRD 

All City, All Conference, Honor- 
cble Mention All State. 



BOB HANCOCK 



All City. 



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State championship we're on the way; It all got started with 
Hanes and Gray . . . 




East Mecklenburg was number four; They got beat by a great 
big score . . . 




FOOTBALL 




Our next big game was a victory; Wilmington Wildcats were 
number three . . . 




Homecoming game was really a drive; Salisbury was number 
five . . . 




Our next home game was good for kicks; We 
beat Burlington 27-6 . . . 



Our next big victory was all set; Gastonia's Green Waves were 
all wet . . . 






High Point Bison didn't rate; 13-0 made it number eight 



Charlotte made it number nine; Ole' school spirit was 
really fine . . . 




We caught ol' Greensboro unaware; The Whirlies were just a lot 
of hot air . . . 
















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Asheville, Asheville, who are they? Tiny little hillbillies stuffed 
with hay . . . 




Last of all was Wilson; We went all the way in triple A!!! 



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JIMMY BULLA 



Steve Heckard trys to get out of the way of a 
High Point player. 



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Neil Williams, captain; Ray Whitley, coach . . . 
Consisting mostly of sophomores and juniors, 
team faced year of rebuilding . . . Despite lack of 
experience Demons opened with two strong victo- 
ries over Lexington . . . Inexperience took its toll 
as season progressed . . . However, later defeats 
failed to daunt spirit . . . boys gave their "all" 
. . . Black Demons led by seniors Neil Williams, 
captain and guard; Don Bryant, forward; Paul 
"Twink" Watson, guard . . . Ann Herring crown- 
ed Homecoming Queen at game with High Point 
. . . Had its ups and downs but showed promise 
for a winning future and truly great spirit! 



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after a hectic game. 



Reynolds action in the exciting game with 
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First Row: T_ Conrad, W Manuel, E. Scott, R. Murray, S. Dula, L. Rice. Second Row: Mr. Wilson, B. Stallings D Blanco 
A. Conway, B. James, J. Dixson, B. Morefield. ' Dlancu , 




Boys' Varsity Baseball 

Fo'r-Jr ^ H SfUQ A Th ReiCh ' J - , W u^' S - H " ka ; d ' D - Bryant, J. Harrington, D. Gaskins. Second Row: Coach Bryson, G. 
Barefoot Thompson, L. Holcomb, T. Cummings, L. H. Hutchens, B. Smith, P. Dunn, T. Dunn, D. Foltz, Coach 

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R. Gilmore, J. Nolan, J. Muecke, R. Combs, D. Powell, T. Blalock, Mr. Whirl 



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5£k £«»J PS ' m ^ S ?' m ^^J- Rehdef F. Shaffner, J. Middleton, L. Budd, W. Dunhom, B.Marshall, T. 
Slin'n W H tu ^ d ■ Ud p e ' 7 H u Cl n° W f' J ' McGmw ' R ' Warren ' B - Chipman, D. Chipman, H. Morris, T. Pitts, 

R'Sln 'R r 9e T? ,rd K R l ? W ; B . Ze J h ;, R T Mari0n ' D - Stuart ' J - Smith ' D - Green < B - Ho0 ^ L. Wright, B. Sugg 

K C iT P ' a wT' T J r"^ '[' T - S ^ 6 "' T ' Fowler ' Fourth Row: B - Reed < C Brown < J- Pegram, J Stuart, R Howard 
K. Carter, A. Woodward, G. Durham, Coach Webster. ' ' 

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Qivls Varsity Basketball 

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Mks d DSn, A B Hn!Ion B - R Gr R er ' N - Pu ^T' u" Ke "°£' & C S rlton ' J ' Hil1 ' S - Shelor ' P - Dunham, P. Barbee. Fourth Row: 
Miss D.nk.ns, B. Holton B. Barr.nger S L.neberger, B. Hayden, N. Cox, J. Allred, C. Marr, B. Gardner, M™ FoT 

B Lineberger, P Bacon ^ ' ^ N ' Gardner ' J ' L Harr °' d ' L A ' Spicer ' A " Har '' D " Haywort'h N Snow," 



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BOYS' COACHES 
First Row: Mr. Hugh Barefoot, Mr. Herman Bry- 
son, Mr. Bill Webster, Mr. Ray Joyner. Second 
Row: Mr. "Red" Wilson, Mr. Norman Barringer, 
Mr. Wilson Alexander, Mr. Ray Whitley. 



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GIRLS' COACHES 

Miss June Dinkins and Mrs. Jane Foil 








The officers of the Monogram Club are Dick Voor- 
hees, secretary; Jack Marshall, treasurer; Johnny 
Reich, vice-president; and Bobby Hawn, president. 



Members of the Monogram Club decide on a com- 
mittee for a project. 



Monogram Club 



Having more than sixty members, the Monogram Club is one of school's largest organizations 
Sponsored by Coach Red Wilson . . . Winning letters in football, basketball, baseball, track, tennis, 
and golf entitles boys to membership . . . Officers elected by club: Bobby Hawn, president 
Johnny Reich, vice-president . . . Dick Voorhees, secretary . . . Jack Marshall, treasurer . . . Big- 
gest job . . . annual responsibility of a successful Black and Gold campaign . . . Other duties . 
keeping order at games . . . meeting referees at basketball games. 




First Row: Mr. Wilson, C. Davis, D. Hodges, B. Hawn, J. Reich, D. Voorhees, J. Marshall, L. Budd, N. Williams. Second 
Row: B. Chipman, B. Miller, C. Grubbs, R. Combs, A. Thompson, D. Blanco, S. Clark, D. Foltz, W. Dunham, B. Marshall. 
Third Row: J. Stuart, T. Shamel, F. Shaffner, A. Conway, J. White, T. Cummings, P. Craver, H. Morris, A. Harris, G. Sal- 
mons, L. Holcomb, F. Hightower, D. Bryant, P. Watson, J. Mauzy. Fourth Row: S. Robinson, L. Blalock, H. Bender, W. 
Colter, J. Chris, D. Powell, N. Russell, L. Crutchfield, B. Smith, J. Muecke, G. Little, J. Dixon, L. H. Hutchens, P. Dunn, 
T. Dunn. 

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Q'xxls Atdletic Association 

First Row: J. A. Foster, President; P. Dunham, Treasurer; R. Plemmons, Vice President; S. Eisenberg, Secretary; B. Swain, 
Secretary. Second Row: Council — A. Badgett, M. Pfaff, E. Carlton, B. Dunn, L. Lockard, E. Foxworth, J. Childress m' 
Robin, K. Wall, B. Bradshaw, L. Thomas, B. Chappell, D. Dull, M. A. Hart. Third Row: Mrs. Foil, S. Taylor, A. Cockerham 
M. Mitchell, M. E. Hunt, L Wilcox, D. McQuown, B. Heitman, S. Craft, L. Tesh, R. Hartle, C. Finwall, F. Brasko, J. Cox! 
Fourth Row: C. Keiger, J. Heckard, L. Wall, J. Fearrington, M. Chew, S. Newell, J. Lewis, E. Cooke, L. Reynolds, 'k. Mas- 
ten, L. Holmes, J. Holton, P. Kellogg, T. Beitchman, M. Fobert. Fifth Row: E. Latimer, M. J. Allen, M. Hutch'erson, K. 
Currin, P. Stephenson, S. Glenn, J. Collins, B. G. Heefner, N. Snow, N. Cox, S. Dawson, P. Collins, P. Parrish, M. R. Elliott. 
Sixth Row: D. Pfefferkcrn, C. Inabinet, M. Kirby, S. Bernhardt, M. Sanders, D. Muller, N. Koelmel, L. Abernathy, H. Odom, 
B. Hemrick, M. Singletary, A. Orrell, B. Steele, J. Beard. Seventh Row: L. Heritage, S. Bain, J. Allred, P. Bowers, M. Jack- 
son, A. Collier, B. Barringer, S. Lineberger, T Fulp, Z. Strub, L. Watson, S. Lowery, P. Ebert, S. Collins. Eighth Row: P. 
Bain, M. Blackmore, N. Wasell, A. Fittts, M. Dwiggins, F. Specs, N. Dunham, S. Blackmore, B. Chafin, S. Edwards, P. Wil- 
liams, N. Burgess, B. Walsh. Ninth Row: S. Jackson, J. A. Jackson, S. Shelor, C. Mayrand, P. Haband, S. Decker, 'l. Pate, 

B. Brewer, N. Goldberg, S. Kaplan, P. Clanton, P. Barbee, G. Fsrebee, C. Coan. Tenth Row: K. Creech, A. Liipfert, S. French' 
J. Fleenor, B. Hartnett, S. Calaway, K Burke, M. Phillips, J. Schneder, M. Saks, L. Hines, S. Thorpe, J. Stafford. Eleventh 
Row: M. McKeithen, S. Matuszak, M. B. Chafin, E. Parker, G. Grupenhof, L. Davis, K. Kappes, J. Vance, A. Warren, 

C. Howell, L. Nunn, S. Airey, J. C. Parker. Twelfth Row: J. Martin, S. Hevery, A. Pulliam, P. Bacon, P. Pea'rce, J. Ayers' 
B. Bailey, L. Jackson, C. Fletcher, G. Steele, J. Pearce. Thirteenth Row: M. Gold, C. Dize, A. Hart, G. Savage, B. Wallin,' 
F. Williamson, L. Ford, P. Byrd, B. Collins, J. Hamrick, P. Ray, G. Howell, D. Westmoreland. Fourteenth Row:' A. L Har- 
rold, A. Sarratt, V. McGee, N. Pike, B. Horn, P. Ward, K. Norman, J. Cly, M. Cox, J. Wall, M. R. Robbins J. A. Spicer 



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Qirls' 

Atdletie 

Association 



Sponsored by Miss June Dinkins . . . "Watch 
your attitude," loved by all . . . eight o'clock 
meetings on Monday mornings . . . "A sport 
for every girl, a girl for every sport" . . . Sat- 
urday swimming and skating parties . . . ever 
rockin' council meetings . . . building pyramids 
. . . winning tournaments . . . "Coach" clicking 
pictures of intra-mural teams . . . scrapbook 
. . . annual banquet . . . making strikes in 
bowling and softball . . . varsity practice 
initiation for "lucky" members . . . whole- 
some fun for everyone. 





Members of the Intra-Mural council are, left to right: 
Kay Wall, Bebe Bradshaw, Jeanette Cox, Donna Dull, 
Judy Childress, Merel Robin, Ramona Thomas, and 
Meriel Mitchell. 



The officers of the G.A.A. are: JoAnn Foster, presi- 
dent; Rusty Plemmons, vice president; Sally Eisen- 
berg, recording secretary; Beth Swain, corresponding 
secretary; Phyllis Dunham, treasurer; Linda Lockard, 
Eva Mae Foxworth, Point recorders. 




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Miss Dinkins, always with a smile and a helping hand, 
is our G.A.A. Sponsor. 



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Qivls 1 
Varsify 



First Row: D. Dull, S. Airey, A. 
Davis, R. Thomas, M. Robin, K. 
Creech, G. Ferebee, P. Pearce, P. 
Byrd, A. Badgett. Second Row: Mrs. 
Foil, L Myers, K. Burke, T. Beitch- 
man, L. Harding, B, Heitman, S. 
Bain, N. Gardner, M. A. Swaney, 
S. Aspden, J. Allred, S. Shelor, J. 
Hill, D. Westmoreland, B. Line- 
berger. Third Row: P. Parrish, B. 
Chappell, L. Reynolds, L. Beach, 
B. Hayden, D. Hayworth, R. Menz, 
J. Hutcherson, M. Martin, P. Ba- 
con, A. Kessler, C. Marr, N. Snow, 
B. Greer. 



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Kneeling: Co-Captains Betsy Dunn 
and Rusty Plemmons. Second Row: 
Miss Dinkins, L. Lockard, S. Craft, 
C. Marr, P. Ebert, J. Foster, S. She- 
lor, J. Heckard. Third Row: E. Carl- 
ton, S. Dawson, B. Greer, A. Bad- 
gett, C. Finwall, J. 6'Brien. Fourth 
Row: A. Cockerham, E. Foxworth, 
P. Hayworth, B. Bulla, B. Gardner, 
M. Robin. 



Qxvls 

Varsify 
tennis 



First Row: D. McQuown, N. Dun- 
ham, P. Barbee, S. Craft, R. Plem- 
mons, S. Dunagan. Second Row: B. 

Swain, P. Bacon, N. Cox, M. Cox, 
E. Foxworth, J. Ayers, A. Cocker- 
ham, M. A. Hart, Miss Dinkins. 
Third Row: C. Coon, S. Taylor, B. 
Barringer, L. Lockard, N. Putnam, 
M. R. Elliott, C. Mayrand, E. Carl- 
ton, J. Cox. 




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Blac£ and Qold Be&uty Queen 





Miss Kay Currin 



Judged by Lambda Chi Alpha 
Fraternity of Wake Forest Col- 
lege. Photo by DeCleve. 




Miss Bebe Bradshaw 
First Runner-up 




Miss Genevieve Steele 
Second Runner-up 



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Cleve: Good morning, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to 
another edition of World News Wrap Up, brought to you 
daily over WRJR radio by the Bobby Miller Co., makers 
of corn plasters for the wounded athlete. My name is Cleve 
"Nose-for-News" Fletcher, and I shall introduce today's 
guests. But first, a word about the wonderful product that 
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The members of this famous bureau who tested our prod- 
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Don Upton, field-goal kicker for the Clemmons Tigers; 
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you buy Bobby Miller's Corn Plasters for the wounded 
athlete. 

Now on with the program. Today's guests are Kate Ink- 
well, Senator from East Hong Kong and President of the 
Lunchbreaker's Club; Linda Bosh, famous fashion design- 
er from Paris, S. C; Martha Mauler the Magic Miler, who 
recently ran from the gym to the cafeteria in twelve min- 
utes flat; Jay "Never-Say-Dye" Fearrington, society play 
girl from Peter's Creek; and Pierre Freek, motion picture 
director from Siberia. Now I want you guests just to talk 
naturally and, in the course of the conversation, to give 
us "news from around the world and around the nation." 

Kate: I have just come back from my seventh world tour by the 
new Mickey Boles Intercontinental Ballistic helicopter. 
When I returned, I was met at the airport by Ape Craver 
and his Grunting Five. This is the group that recorded the 
smash hit "The Ballad of Jack Marshall" or "The Valley- 
dale National Anthem." Their players are very famous: 
Harry "Valve-Pusher" Day, the trumpeter; Beth "Bongos" 
Heitman, the drummer; and Pat Harpe, the celebrated 
violin tuner. 

Jay: Why, they played at last week's opening of Dennis Gal- 
lagher's ranch, the Bar J R.Texan Maryellen Smith is chief 
cowgirl there; Peggy Stephenson and Susan Ledwith are 
broncobusters; and David "Dogie" Hedrick is the foreman 
Cliff Smith is designer of saddles specializing in those 
for dudes. 

Linda: I saw Cliff's ex-partner, John Sigmon, the other day. He 
has gone from saddle to sack designing. His creations are 
being modeled at Rodney Hatcher's Wee Women's Shop by 
Ann McDowell, Linda Reynolds, and Nancy Holmes. 

Peter: You western fans will be interested to know that I am 
directing the new Carol Mabe production, The Saga of 
Edwin Kimel, written by psychology professor Margaret 
Kirby, produced by Emily Shaver, and starring Monroe 
Heller. One guest star is to be Bill "Muscles" Reed. I'm 
looking for another one. 

Martha: What about prize-fighters Carol Nicholas, Frances 
Waddell, or Pat Peterson? But I believe they are busy 
right now trying to maintain harmony between the con- 
flicting forces of Susan Powers and June Peace. By the 
way, Pierre, I know of a good prospect for a film. Alex 
Thompson, chief executioner at Sing Sing, is writing his 
memoirs in behalf of the Arch Scales Fund for rheumatic 
croquet players. 

Cleve: Senator, how did you find the state of world affairs dur- 
ing your world tour? 

Kate: Oh, there is startling news! White House cook Jane Lem- 
mons is visiting Mary Kerr, famous Parisian chef for Buddy 
Johnson Enterprises, in order to perfect some new culinary 
feats. I met Admiral Donald Pickard's expedition in Monte 
Carlo. He, Gen. Bill James, and Commander Jim Mr- 
Michael were ordered to establish a new U. S. mint there. 
On my way home I passed Pat Hedrick, Margaret Higgins, 



and Sue Tate, who have been sent on a goodwill tour to 
the South Pole, wheie they will judge the annual harpoon- 
ing contest, won last year by Linda Waldrop. 

Linda: Did you go by Paris? The Martha Ann Martin Museum is 
featuring a special collection of modern art paintings by 
Marvin "Picasso" Ferrebee, that you really should see. 
Two of the best are "View of Reynolds Auditorium as 
Seen from the Moon," purchased by Tommy Blackburn 
and "Ecstatic Boredom" (modeled by Rusty Crump). An- 
other South Carolina attraction last week was the Patsy 
Ebert and Evelyn McKnight rendition of Sonata Number 
One (the Hound Dog) by Roy Meacham. Gwendolyn Baily 
played in the orchestral background. Carolyn Arnold, 
Elizabeth Helsabeck and Edith Ray all agreed that the 
entire concert was well presented. 

Jay: The social world has really been sparkling lately: The 
Chummy Grubbs Philosophers' Club was entertained re- 
cently by Martha Tate, the operatic contralto. One of the 
members, Felda, "The Hermit" Hightower, even came in 
from his lake dwelling establishment on the Yadkin River 
founded by Glenn Salmons. I was unable to attend be- 
cause I was at the grand opening of Jack Davis and Jill 
Hartman's Jack and Jill Ski-lift up Demon Hill. Betty 
Hensley did her Indian rope trick for entertainment. 

Cleve: /And now we must take time out for a brief word from 
our sponsor. "Do you have that let down feeling known in 
medical circles as mental deficiency, anemia, or, as we 
call it, "Monday Morning Miseries?" Take our product 
Yllar-Pep for relief. In less than seven days you will feel 
those intellectual pangs again. Remember to listen to the 
David Howell Song Fest tonight sponsored by our glorious 
product. As his guests David will have Charles Fulton and 
Robert Johnson, famous Swiss yodelers from Pilot Moun- 
tain. And remember, Yllar-Pep spelled backwards is Pep 
Rally. 

Now back to World News Wrapup! Pierre, will you take 
us behind the scenes in Hollywood? 
Peter: My own newest venture is directing a new Talcott Avera 
production, the Secret Life of Silas Marner, starring Barrett 
"Rock" Hunter and Merel "Rockin" Robin. 

Martha: Isn't that an adaptation of Dr. Larry Vickers' prize- 
winning novel, "The Superior Man, a Study in Psy- 
chology?" 

Peter: Yes, it is. It was published by the Brenda Snow Printing 
Company. They sponsor "Father Knows Best" starring Paul 
Watson, and also Ronnie Swaim's quiz show with perma- 
nent contestants Kay Tucker, Sarah Turner, and Jeff 
Shields. 

Martha: Did you hear that Robert Shutt, Bill Marcuson, and 
Fred Tanner, the tug of war ex-champions, were defeated 
in a gruelling three-hour contest by Kay Ezzell, Barbara 
Watson, and Jean Lewis? But those three girls want to for- 
feit their title to Stephanie Harris, Ginger Simmons, and 
Patsy Deal, who just signed contracts with Jack Daniels's 
Talent Agency. I suppose they want to turn to television 
too. 

Jay: Many people are doing that. Suzanne Harrell is mistress of 
ceremonies for the $63,000 Answer, sponsored by the 
Martha Chew Railways. Frank Vestal and Jerry Trivett, 
ballet performers, starred in the T. V. production of James 
Edwards's Ballet, Tapsy Part two, directed by Vickie 
Shermer. 

Linda: I think T. V. takes away much interest today from read- 
ing. Several good books have been published lately! Wally 
Dunham, the Aristotle of America, has written a new book 
entitled, "Elegy on a Fullback," and Glenn Blackburn re- 
cently announced the completion of his translation of 
Julius Caesar into Pig Latin. 



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Kate: Washington has been busy recently. Peggy Legette set a 
new filibuster record when she unsuccessfully tried to de- 
feat Norma Goldberg's amendment to the Constitution 
granting full citizenship to Australian Bushmen. 

Martha: My goodness! Charles Davis, forest ranger in the 
Smokies, just discovered a new Indian tribe living in the 
trees. Nicky Bambalis, U. N. interpreter, is trying to learn 
their language. 

Peter: I hope they are not as fierce as those in the British Hon- 
duras jungle, where Dick Voorhees and David Simpson 
were stranded until rescued by George Allen and his faith- 
ful troop of Saint Bernards. These dogs were seen last 
week on the Steve Clark Bird Dog Show. That is the show 
which first introduced Vickie Kestler, the brilliant pan- 
tominist, who has brought silent movies back into popu- 
larity. 

Linda: Jay, what was that scandal I read about in Deanne 
Pratt's column in the Judy Joyner Journal? 

Jay: That is the latest in the society whirl. Daring playboy David 
Staley and his valet, Darrell Hodges, were seen chasing 
Andy Conway, the famous auto scion, down Thunder Road. 
This stretch of highway was paved by Larry Smith, George 
Durham, Lucy Ford, and Becky Howell. 

Kate: A top news story also occurred when the House Bull- 
shooting Committee, headed by Supreme Court Justice Ed- 
die Bouldin, the ex-liontamer, and famous marriage coun- 
sellor, Peggy Ann Smith, subpoened mobster and gang 
leader Wild Bill Wallace. Secretary of State Mike Sovine 
and his bodyguards, Bill Chipman, Robert Bailey, and 
Jimmy Chris, helped crack the case with information from 
John Elkins and George Poulos, historians for the Martie 
Kimel Detective Agency. 

Cleve: Martha, I believe that you are preparing to attend the 
Olympics. 

Martha: Oh yes! I am especially anxious for our pinacle king, 
Pete Walther, to become world champion. We will be rep- 
resented by others also. Donna Loflin is training channel 
swimmer Gay Mayrand, who just beat Louise Roland in ihe 
Muddy Creek Marathon. Sandra Henderson will enter the 
marble contest and Betty Ann Meador will demonstrate 
dual exhaust magic carpets designed by Nancy Raum on 
behalf of the Peggy Sutton Magic Carpet Makers' Cor- 
poration. Ann Herring and Bebe Bradshaw, coached by 
John McGowan, will enter the "bugging" race. 

Cleve: And now, time out for a word from our sponsor. Today 
we are going to have a rather unusual commercial. We are 
introducing to you the MARVELOUS new miracle Memory 
Drug discovered by the famous research scientist, Profes- 
sor Lawrence Rettinger. Just one dose and you can remem- 
ber things as far in the past as your high school years. To 
demonstrate the power of this drug, I shall ask each mem- 
ber of the panel to take some. Let's all stand right over 
here. Now to prove that this demonstration is really 
authentic, I myself shall take some. 

Martha: I feel dizzy. Everything is blurry. Where am I? Oh! 
now it's getting clearer. I see the old halls of Reynolds. 
High School. There we ore as ninth graders. After a year 
of being unobserved, we were proud to be noticed by the 
upperclassmeh. Some of us were even allowed to partici- 
pate in the student government. Jean Pearce was elected 
Student Council representative from our class. David Blan- 
co not only represented us on the House Court, but also* 
was president of our class, an office which he held through 
the next two years. He was president of the freshman 
Hi-Y. The clubs to which most of us belonged were led by 
Katherine Motsinger, president of the Y-Teens; and Tom- 
my Cummings, president of the Freshman Boy's Club. 
Peggy Legette was president of the Freshman Service Club 
and was also voted into the Teenage Council with Gene- 



vieve Steele and Allen Harris. Jeanette Tate and Linda 
Jessup busied themselves as office pages filing excuses, 
running errands, and helping students and visitors in the 
office. Down at the gym Betty Wallin, and Janice Mc- 
Grady called the roll and generally hindered Miss Dinkins 
as gym leaders. And there we are as tenth graders. 

Cleve: We became sophomores and felt only a little less im- 
portant than the glorious seniors and certainly equal to the 
juniors when we finally got our drivers licenses. Kate 
Blackwell was elected treasurer of the Student Council, 
and Jean Pearce and David Blanco were sophomore repre- 
sentatives. In the House of Representatives Becky Howell 
was treasurer. Jo Ann Foster and Bobby Hawn as president 
of the Sophoteers and of the Sophomore Boys' Club re- 
spectively, led us in service projects and social adventures. 
Charlotte Finwall was elected treasurer of the G.A.A. 
Marching- before the band as first string majorettes were 
Kay Wall and Kay Currin. 

Linda: I see us after a summer filled with Myrtle Beach ex- 
plorations and WTOB tower excursions, treading the cor- 
ridors of R. J. R. once again. This was no ordinary Sep- 
tember: we were upperclassmen. David Blanco, Johnny 
Reich, Katherine Motsinger, and Don Foltz were our class 
officers. They did a fine job of planning the Junior-Senior 
with the artistic help of Marty Hutcherson, using the 
theme "Sayonara." Kate Blackwell was elected secretary 
of the Student Council, and Katherine Motsinger, secretary 
of the House. Nicky Bambalis was our representative to 
the House. We had many talented journalists among us. 
Merel Robin was assistant editor of the Black and Gold, 
while Cleve Fletcher was managing editor of Pine Whis- 
pers. Among (hose inducted into the Quill and Scroll were 
Kat Creech, Gail Grupenhof, and Julie Ann Jackson. Joan 
Carpenter Tucker and Peter Freed were two of those 
elected for membership into the Masque and Gavel. Later, 
Peter and his debating partner won the State Debating 
Championship. 

Peter: Yes, and working to combine the Hi-Y and Y Teen Clubs 
for a joint fashion show were Rufus McAden and G. G. 
Saunders. John Mauzy handled the money in the S.S.C. 
and Bobby Hawn laboriously scribbled Key Club notes. 
Moving into the realm of business ventures we find that 
Forrest Williamson led the Serviteers in selling Reynolds 
stationery. Carol Turner ably presided at meetings of the 
Library Staff. Traveling down through the tunnel we find 
many sporting Demons on the field and in the gym. 
Throughout our exciting football season Mary Jane Allen 
provided half-time entertainment. During the summer 
Kate Blackwell brought honor to our school and to herself 
by being elected President of Girls' Nation. 

Jay: Another vacation of sand and foam whizzed by and we 
finally obtained the right to assume senior sophistication. 
Kate Blackwell was elected to the position of president, 
while Tommy Cummings assisted Kate os our vice-presi- 
dent. Kitty Motsinger and Kent Wall were Speaker and 
Speaker Protempore of the House, respectively. Leading 
us through the year's responsibilities were officers Alice 
Edwards, Johnny Reich, Linda Tesh, and Neil Williams, 
with the help of Bob Vermilya, Jackie Holder, Julia Poin- 
dexter and Margaret Day and other members of the 
Executive Committee. Again our clubs were hard at work. 
Ann Sarratt as president of the N. H. S. led old members 
Bill Clingman, Richard Huffman, Jean Kelsey and Linda 
Tesh in initiating Andrew Lyon, Anna Strader, and Lynn 
Taxis. 

Eleanor Cooke and Rufus McAden headed the Y- 
Teens and Hi-Y, while the Key Club, led by Tommy Cum- 
mings, and the S.S.C, led by Rufus McAden, carried on a 
kind of friendly rivalry. In the art department Martha 
Marler received very high praise in the form of the Scho- 
lastic Art Award. Cleve Fletcher was Editor-in-Chief of 
Pine Whispers and G. G. Saunders, of the Black and GoM 



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Jo Ann Foster held the presidency of the G.A.A. and 
helped to organize a very successful year of varsity and 
intramural sports. The reign of football in our senior year 
played an even more important part in school life than in 
previous years. We were Co-Champions of the state. That's 
when our victorious team was led by co-captains Tommy 
Cummings and Rufus McAden. Cheering and marching 
our team on to victory were Carolyn Lineberger, chief 
cheerleader, and Key Wall, chief majorette. In the Demon 
outfit that year was Rusty Plemmons. Later in the year 
football relinquished popularity to basketball, with Neil 
Williams as captain of the team. Don Bryant and Don 
Foltz helped spark the baseball team when the joyous 
season of spring came. Participating in the Children's 
Home sports the year-round were Carl Hunt, Fred Tanner, 
Roy Byrd, David Simpson, and Allan Satterwhite. 

Finally achieving our goal we, upon graduation night, 
looked back over all the unforgettable memories of Reyn- 
olds with mixed feelings. We were sad thinking of leaving, 
but even more so we were happy thinking of the lasting 
friendships made and of the wonderful years spent there. 

Cleve: The drug is wearing off now. We're back at the radio, 
station! Ladies and gentlemen, wasn't that miraculous? A 
real trip into the past through this marvelous miracle drug! 

Peter: Commercials are always with us aren't they? Jeanie Cress 
and Kaylynn Ogburn are now doing commercials for Jean 
Heckard's reptile farm. 

Jay: Oh, yes, Jean Heckard's farm manager is Margaret Newell, 
the rattlesnake tamer. 

Kate: I remember when she had an act with Judy Childress, the 
elephant girl, who has signed a new contract with Martha 
Masten Studios. 

Peter: Hartley Clowes, known as the happy whistler, is with 
these studios, too. He has a new record out entitled "The. 
Sam Stimson Stomp." 

Linda: The Raymond Kirkman Educational Society sent me 
some good news. Ramona Thomas has opened a new re- 
form school with Warden Don Cason, principal. Also, the 
Eric Mock University has opened a new course — lizardry. 
The teacher is Treasure Allen, who wrestles alligators. 
She learned the art from Olivia Coe who also has an Elo- 
cution School which Tommy Watts and Bob Leonard now 
attend. 

Jay: Speaking of schools, the Anne Barnes Dcg School for the 
underprivileged pooch, chose Bob Marshall and Jo© 
Vaughn among the ten best dressed men of the year. They 
marched in the Monta Owings' Best Dressed Men's Parade 
led by professional majorettes Judy Rice, Madonna Sulli- 
van, and Shirley Brown, and photographed by Ray Shutt. 

Kate: John Middleton, Senator from North Carolina, introduced 
a bill in Congress to congratulate Frank Wiles, 3rd string 
pitcher for the Tiny Demons baseball team, for having 
been traded to Boston in exchange for Thomas Hobbs ana: 
Eddie Holder. Also, a clause was included to congratulate 
Joanne Fulp, Reba Hargrove, Janice Martin, and Marlha 
Bridges for being named N. C. Piedmont Bowling Club 
women of the week. It was passed unanimously. 

Martha: I think we should congratulate Bill "Casanova" Car- 
son and Tommy Jacobs for setting a new Olympic knitting 
record. 

Linda: Senator Inkwell, haven't some appointments from Wash- 
ington been announced by Capital Propaganda Chairman 
Erwin Maddrey? 

Kate: Yes, John Church is the new presidential advisor on flat 
feet for tired golfers. Pat Ward has been promoted to 
chief welfare officer in N. C. Cherie Wagoner was hardly 
appointed presidential aid when she authorized construc- 



tion of an underground open air swimming pool by Roma 
Combs and Tom Wilson. The former aid, Ben Trotter, left 
to complete his design of a new strain of potato to fit 
any exhaust pipe. 

Linda: You may be interested to know that three finalists have 
at last been chosen by the Elaine Humphry Fund in the 
best model of the year contest: Jim McKnight and Bob 
Cox, both toga modelers, and Jean Lippels, who models 
for "Vogue." 

Martha: Her hair is red now. She bought some dye from Ronald 
Hamilton. He, Janie Dull, and Gordon Bennett are selling 
it for the Jay Fearrington Fan Club. 

Jay: I saw Larry Holcomb trying to organize an Elvis Presley 
Fan Club. Sylvia Baity, John Meditz, and Norman Russell 
had just turned him down. 

Peter: That's too bad. Maybe he can get some help from Martha 
Frye, honorary boardwasher, and Bunny "Hula" Hooper 
who manages Richard Fearrington and Elmore Starling's 
101 Different Fan Clubs Company. They just set one up 
for Ruth Hartle, new cartoonist for Judy Renn's famous 
comic strip, "Joe Myers, Space Cadet." 

Linda: Have you heard that Sally Rice is now advertising on 
behalf of Sue Wallace's throat spray for the active talker? 
South Carolina was thrilled to hear that this product will 
sponsor the onnual cornhusking squaredance in co-opera- 
tion with Betty Westmoreland and Linda Anderson's band 
which has played at this festive occasion for the last 
eight years. 

Martha: Why, that's just thrilling. Did you know thot Becky. 
Horn and Larry Budd have invented a new strain of bud- 
less rose? They are naming it the Craig Greene variety 
in honor of that famous horticulturist. Jerry Wilson, presi- 
dent of the Rose-growers' Union, called it the greatest- 
flower advance since Patsy Sugg and Frances Smith in- 
vented the roseless bud. 

Jay: Pottery manufacturers Stafford Peebles and Bill Lovell are 
displaying the new rose on all their merchandise. Incident- 
ally, only forty percent of Californian Eskimos speak Latin; 
so Dorothy Wilson and Sybil Todd are rushing to California 
to instruct them. 

Peter: Linda Johnson's New York-San Francisco ferry boat is 
conveying the two intrepid teachers to California free of 
charge. Also - - - 

Cleve: Pierre, I'm sorry to interrupt you but we have just re- 
ceived a vital news bulletin. Sen. Inkwell, as this is a 
communique of tremendous political significance, will you 
read it to the people of America who have been awaiting 
its arrival with breathless expectation for several months? 

Kate: WILL AND TESTAMENT 

Juniors, let us be congratulated! 
It took us five years, but we've graduated. 
Cheer up! We're not leaving you high and dry, 
We think our will makes a pleasant good-bye. 

We tjequeath our school and pride in her fame 

To Mr. Joyner, who made Reynolds more than a name. 

We'd like to keep Miss Hazel, our sponsor true, 

But we leave her, knowing you'll need her too. 

We bestow now the treasures of class memories, 

The ones that only the senior sees. 

We think we're a little special, though, 

So we take our "high spirits" now as we go. 



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Something we're really proud to leave 

Is the conference crown our team did receive. 

This year our boys were first to play, 

But next year you juniors will lead the way. 

Always striving to make our team better, 
WaHy leaves to L. H. his letter. 
Rufus and Carl leave ability fine 
To the team where "Crutch" leaves a hole in the line. 

Charlotte's route down to the gym door 
Is left for Beth Swaim to travel some more. 
Odom wills her inquiring mind 
To someone with answers for her to find. 

For juniors Warren has just the thing: 

A do-it-yourself camera from our photo king. 

Velma McGee plays the violin well 

And bestows her talent to Nancy Wassell. 

Eleanor always has pep to spare, 

So Phyllis Snyder gets half her share. 

Mike with much sorrow does give Frances Speas, 

A gallon of gas and his shiny car keys. 

Kemp bequeaths her efficient ways 
To someone who knows that hard work pays. 
From Peggy Legette to Meriel goes 
Friendliness toward all whom she knows. 

Jean Pearce leaves to Cricket her "rockin" style; 
Dorothy gets Sally's friendly smile. 



And now its April who has been named 

To receive Betsy Dunn's "fruit basket" famed. 

The Checkers bequeath, although with some doubts, 
Their shining success to the dimming Black-Outs. 
To Lyle, Fries leaves his muscles of lead; 
Allen relinquishes his curls to "Head." 

Carolyn, with her own pleasant mern'ries in mind, 
Leaves Reynolds and two little "burgers" behind. 
Our cheerleader Linda gives wise words of knowledge: 
"Have fun in high school, for soon there comes college." 

One essential thing we leave cheerfully; 
The right to senior superiority. 
But may we give you one word of advice, 
What you gain at Reynolds has no price. 

We pass with a smile and some regret, 
For we are a part of all we have met. 
Yesterday was bright, but we have tomorrow, 
So now to you Reynolds, Sayonara. 

Cleve: Thank you, Senator, for that inspiring message. We are 
sod to see that our time is almost up and that we will soon 
have to return you to our studio. This program has come 
as the result of four years of preparation and it is with a 
mixed feeling of sadness and joy that we, the senior class 
of 1958-1959 wish you a fond farewell. May your years 
at Reynolds be as rewarding as ours have been. This is 
World News Wrapup signing off the air and saying: 

All: Sayonara. 



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