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North Carolina Room 
Forsyth County Public Library 
660 West .Fifth Street ' 

Winston-Sa?em s NC- 27101 




Winston -Sal em 
Norffi Carolina 



MARY ELIZABETH HUNT Co-Editor 

PHYLLIS RAY Co-Editor 

I. B. SOUTHERLAND Photographer 

DICK PORTER Photographer 

MISS BETTIE MOBLEY Adviser 




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Her portals, fall and wide, 

Call us from every side, 
Our youthful steps to guide 

3ov future days. 
Her pleasant patfis, fier trees, 

Whisper courage tfirougfi the fireeje ; 
Our greatest need she sees 

And leads always. 



May we more useful he, 
Always our duty see, 

Strive on to victory 

through the Qolden Rule. 

May we always aspire 

, So lift, fier banners higher, 
Add to her fame and power ; 
Qod oless our school. 




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Our dedication is well received by our good friend and history teacher. 



Dedication 



Tall and lanky, with expressive hands, a constant 
smile, and a personality that wins the hearts of 
everyone he meets — that's Mr. Mitchell. We've sat 
entranced in his sociology and American history 
classes, listening to history come alive as he put a 
little of himself into each lesson. We've laughed at 
his hilarious comments and repeated them again and 
again to classmates, and we've suddenly grown 
serious and thought a little deeper as he discussed 
the gravity of an important event. Now, to Mr. 
Mitchell, for his wonderful personal qualities and his 
great teaching ability, we, the seniors, dedicate this 
book. 



MR. McLEAN MITCHELL 





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Our annual for 1960 is built around 
the theme of Reynolds High School. 
We use the words of our Alma Mater 
to present the different phases of our 
daily school life. We hope that this 
annual may serve as a reminder of our 
past school days and will continue to 
bring memories in the years to come. 






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her porfals, fall and wide, 
Call us from evevu side, 

Our yout&jul steps to guide 
3or future days. 










Administration 




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CITY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF 

Seated: Dr. William Self, Assistant Superintendent; Dr. A. Craig Phillips, Superintendent; Mr. Marvin Ward, Assistant Superintendent; Stand- 
ing: Mr. C. T. Leinbach, Jr., Comptroller; Mr. Ned Smith, Administrative Assistant. 




WINSTON-SALEM CITY BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Seated: Mr. Paul Pegram, Mrs. Norton F. Tennille, Mr. Clifford Perry, Chairman; Mr. M. C. Benton, the Rev. William R. Crawford, Mr. William 
Knott, Mr. Phillip Froelich. 



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MR. C. R. JOYNER 

Mr. Joyner is always ready with a 
smile, a joke, an offer of assistance, or 
a word of advice for the students at 
Reynolds. Long after their graduation, 
the students will remember him and his 
fine work as principal. 



Department Heads 




HERMAN BRYSON 


ANNIE GRAHAM 


MATALINE 


MRS. ARDENA 


ROBERT 


Physical Education 


CALDWELL 


COLLETTE 


CRAVER 


CROOKSHANK 




Library 


Science 


Home Economics 


Industrial Arts 





JUNE DINKINS 


MRS. ANNIE 


MRS. SARAH 


ANNA RUTH 


HAZEL 


JANIE WEAVER 


Physical Education 


PRESTON 


FROST 


MOTTESHEARD 


STEPHENSON 


History 




FEARRINGTON 


Mathematics 


Commercial 


English 






Language 











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BRUCE AYSCUE 

B.A. 

English 

MARY JANE BAKER 

B.A., M.E. 
Guidance Director 

FAYE BRANCH 

B.A. 
Commercial 

MRS. SUZANNE BRITT 

B.A. 

Language 



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 

MATALINE COLLETTE 

B.A. 
Science 



MRS. MARY ANN 
CRAFT 

B.A. 
Mathematics 

MRS. ARDENA 
CRAVER 

B.A., B.S. 
Home Economics 

MRS. KATE CRAVER 

B.A. 

Mathematics 

ROBERT E. 
CROOKSHANK 

B.E., M.A. 
Industrial Arts 



L. W. CROWELL 

B.S., M.A. 
Mathematics 

LEIGHTON CULLER 

B.A. 
Mathematics 

JUNE DINKINS 

B.S., M.S. 
Physical Education 

MRS. JULIA EBERT 

B.A. 
English 




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LUCILE EDWARDS 

B.A. 
English 

MRS. ANNIE PRESTON 
FEARRINGTON 

B.A., M.A. 
Language 

MRS. JOSEPHINE 
FITTS 

B.A. 
Mathematics 

MRS. HAZEL FLACK 

B.A. 
Social Studies 



MRS. SARAH FROST 

B.A., M.A. 
Mathematics 

MRS. EVELYN 
GARRISON 

B.A., M.S. 
English 

MRS. JO ANN HELMS 

B.A. 

Spanish 

MRS. AILEEN HEPLER 

B.A. 

Language 



MRS. DOROTHY HINE 

B.A. 
Latin 

ELIZABETH B. KAPP 

B.A. 

English 

DON KELLY 

B.A., M.E. 
Social Studies 

MRS. CAROLYN 
LOWDER 

B.S. 
Science 



MRS. CATHERINE 
LYERLY 

B.A. 
English 

MRS. MARGARET 
McDERMOTT 

B.A., M.A. 
Language 

HAZEL McKEEL 

B.A., M.eT 
Commercial 

CLYDE McSWAIN 

Vocational Printing 



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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 



BETTIE ANNE MOBLEY 

B.A. 
English 

EVELYN MOORE 

B.A. 

Language 

DONALD H. MORROW 

B.A. 

Social Studies 

MRS. LUCINDA MOSER 

B.A. 

Mathematics 



ANNA RUTH 
MOTTESHEARD 

B.S., M.E. 
Commercial 

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. NANCY SCHULTZ 

•B.A. 
Social Studies 

MRS. ELIZABETH SINK 

B.A., M.A. 
English 

PAUL SNYDER 

B.M., M.M. 
Chorus 





MRS. CAROLINE 
SPENCER 

B.S. 
Science 



MRS. CAROLYN 
SPENCER 

B.S. 
Social Studies 



H. B. STEPHENS 

B.A. 
Art 



HAZEL STEPHENSON 

B.A., M.A. 
English 



MRS. MARJORIE 
STEPHENSON 

B.A. 
English 



FIN LEY C. WATTS 

B.S. 
Science 



JANIE WEAVER 

B.A. 
Guidance Director 



WILLIAM A. WEBSTER 

B.S., M.E. 
Biology 



RAY WHITLEY 

B.A. 
Biology 



SHIRLEY S. WILSON 

B.S. 
Social Studies 



MRS. JANE WOMBLE 

B.S., M.E. 
Mathematics 



LINDA HARDIE 

Secretary 



MRS. GLADYS EARP 

Asst. Secretary 



MRS. ALYCE FLETCHER 

Dietitian 



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PHIL DUNN 

President 



L. H. HUTCHINS 

Vice-President 



MARY JACKSON 

Secretary 



JIM BULLA 

Treasurer 



MISS HAZEL STEPHENSON 
CLASS SPONSOR 

Thanks, Miss Stephenson, for your help in 
making this year such a meaningful one for us. 
You've guided us in all our duties and responsibili- 
ties as seniors and shown a genuine interest in 
each of us as individuals. Through your teaching 
we've gained a great knowledge of human nature 
as well as of literature and grammar. We'll always 
remember you. THE SENIOR CLASS 





SENIOR MASCOTS 

Debbie Bryant, with her bobbing pony tail, and 
Randy Vance, with his appealing grin, were the 
pride of the senior class this year. The two mascots 
delighted everyone at Class Day and the Senior 
Picnic. 



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CARLTON NOBLE 
ADAMS, JR. 

"A chain is as strong as its weakest 
link." 

Language Course: Football 2,3,4, 
Scrub 2, Var. 3,4; Student Council 1; 
House Court, Treas. 2, Speaker Pro 
Tem. 4; Superlative 4; Freshman 
Class Vice-Pres.; Math Club 4; 
Freshman, Sophomore Boys' Club; Hi- 
Y 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Key Club 2,3,4, 
Corres. Sec. 3, Treas. 4. 



ANN McGRADY ADAMS 

"Once, always, and forever. Bill." 

Commercial Course: Freshman Ser- 
vice Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
Junior Red Cross Representative 2; 
Hall Monitor 1,2,3; Resegis; College 
Club. 



CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH 
ALLEN 

"Rocking Robin" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; College Club; Hall Moni- 
tor 2,3; Resegis. 



MARY ELIZABETH 
AMMONS 

"Leave silence to the Saints, I am 
but human." 

Language Course: C. H. Choir 1,2,3, 
4; S.N.O.M.C. 1,2,3; Thespians 3; 
College Club; Resegis; Girls' Chorus 
1,3,4; Office Page 1. 






DAVID EDWARD ANGELL 

"I have often regretted my speech, 
never my silence." 

Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Soph- 
omore Boys' Club; History Club 4. 



CONRAD CLINTON 
ASHBURN, JR. 

"I only have eyes for you." 

Scientific Course: Baseball 1; Hi- 



1 ,2; Freshman 
more Boys' Club; 



loys' Club; Sopho- 
Science Club. 



CORRETTA ANN ASHBURN 

"My true love hath my heart, and I 
have his." 

Commercial Course: Freshman Ser- 
vice Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
Chorus 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; College 
Club; Resegis; Hall Monitor 1; G.A.A. 
2. 



MICHAEL DAVID ASHBURN 

"Tho other nights and other days, 

have found us gone our separate 

ways . . . ." 

Language Course: C. H. Football 1, 
2,3,4, J. V. 1, Var. 2,3,4; Baseball 1; 
Track 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4, Vice- 
Pres. 4; Ushers Club 3,4; Head Usher 
4; Boys' Chorus 3,4; Campus News 
Reporter 4; Photography Club 4; 
C.H.S.C. Vice-Pres. 2, Sec. 3, Treas. 4. 




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DELORES ASSAF 

"This 'Blossom' is from the Home." 

Home Economics Course: C.H. Soft- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Choir 1,2, 
3,4; S.N.O.M.C, Vice-Pres. 4; Home 
Economic Club 3; Dramatics Club 4; 
Monogram Club 3,4. 



JIMMY LYNNE AYERS 

"The best things in life are free." 

Language Course: Freeman H.S., 
Richmond, Va. G.A.A. 2,3,4; Scholar- 
ship .Committee Chrm. 3, Council 4; 
Gym Leaders Club 2,3,4; Tennis Var. 
2,3,4; Speedball Var. 4, Co-Captain; 
Football Sponsor 4; Order of Rainbow 
3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; College Club 4; 
Service Clubs 2,3,4, Sec. 3; M.Y.F. 
Council 4. 



PATSY ANN BACON 

"And Eggs" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Basketball Var. Mgr. 
3; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Nurse's 
Asst. 3,4; Red Cross Rep. 3,4; Hall 
Monitor 4; Order of the Rainbow 2, 
3,4; College Club; Resegis; Senior 
Executive Committee; Service Clubs 
1,2,3,4. 



MARY ELLEN BAIR 

"Before you accuse me, take a look 
at yourself." 

Language Course: Resegis; College 
Club; Service Clubs 1,2,3; Majorettes 
1,2,3,4, Dancing Boots 4; Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4; Pep Board 2; Basketball 
Sponsor 1, Football 4, Homecoming 
Queen; Senior Marshal 3; German 
Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 3; Teen-Age 
Council Sec. 2. 



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Memories 





PATRICIA KAY BARBEE 

"She's little, she's spry, there's mis- 
chief in her eye." 

Language Course: Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; 
College Club; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; German Club 3,4; Tennis Var. 
2,3,4; Basketball Var. 3,4; Intramural 
Sports 1,2,3,4; Hall Monitor, 2,4. 



MARTHA ELLEN BARNETTE 

"The only way to have a friend is 
to be one." 

Commercial Course: Sophoteers; C.H. 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 4 
Softball Var. 3,4; Volleyball Var. 3,4 
College Club; C.H. Cheerleader 3,4 
Resegis; Serviteers. 



ZEB E. BARNHARDT, JR. 

"It matters not whether you win or 
lose but how you play the game." 

Language Course: Football 1,2,3,4, 
Scrub 1, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4; March- 
ing Band 1,2; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Debating 
Club 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; National 
Honor Society 3,4; Masque and Gavel 
3,4; Boys' State 4, Boys' Nation 4; 
Forsyth Youth Commission 4; Mono- 
gram Club 4; National Forsensic 
League 3,4, Sec. 4. 



BEVERLY ROSS BARRETT 

["Ambition and the will to work are 
the chief ingredients for success." 

Language Course; Dreher H.S., Colum- 
bia, S. C, 1,2; Y-Teens 3,4; College 
Club; Resegis. 





BRENDA RUTH 
BARRINGER 

"You'll find when all is understood 

that what seemed bad was really 

good." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, 
Sec. 1, Pres. 2; Freshman Service 
Club; Basketball 3,4, Jr. Var. 3, Var. 
4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; 
College Club; Football Sponsor 4; 
Dancing Boots 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Pep 
Board 4; Hall Monitor 4. 



ANNA RUTH BEARD 

"Friendship is love with its wings." 

General Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Pep 
Board Rep. 2; Freshman Girls Service; 
Red Cross Rep. 3; Sophoteers; Servi- 



teers; Intramural 
mural Basketball 
Resegis. 



Softball 2; 
1; College 



Intra- 
Club; 



HAROLD JOHNSON BENDER 

"Head" 

Language Course Football 1,2,3,4, 
J. V. 1,2, Var. 3,4; Key Club 1,2,3,4, 
V. Pres. 4; Baseball Mgr. 2; Student 
Council Treas. 2; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Pres. 
1; Sophomore Boys' Club; Hi-Y 
Basketball 2,3,4; Monogram Club 3, 
4, V. Pres. 4; Teen-age Council 2,3,4, 
V. Pres. 4; Library Staff 4; Freshman 
Boys' Club; Class Treas. 2,3. 



JUDITH ANN BENNETT 

"In all things acknowledge Him and 
He shall direct thy paths." 

Commercial Course: Hanes High 
School 1,2,3; Bible Club 1,2,3,4; Y- 
Teens 1,2,3; Dramatics Club 3; Band 
1,2; Chorus 1; Majorette 2; Latin 
Club 1; G.A.A. 2; Tennis 1,2,3. 




MERINDA BENNETT 

"Georgia Peach" 

General Course: Wacon H. S., Way- 
Cross, Georgia 1; F.H.A. 1; Y-Teens 
2,3,4; Pep Board 3; Sophoteers; Ser- 
viteers; College Club; Resegis; Rain- 
bow 2,3,4; Intramural Basketball 3. 



KAREN LESLIE BERNHARD 

"Works without show and without 
pomp preside." 

Scientific Course: Summit School 1 ; 
Y-Teens 2,4; Dramatics- Club 2; 
Nurse's Page 2; Basketball intra- 
mural 2,4; Speedball Intramural 2; 
College Club; Resegis. 



JAMES LEE BINKLEY 

"Speak to the earth, and it shall 
teach thee." 

Scientific Course: Model Airplane 
Club 1; Science Fair 3,4; Senior 
Science Club 3,4; Eagle Scout, Silver 
Award, God and Country Award, Ex- 
plorer Scout; Usher's Club 4. 



REUBEN G. 
BLACKBURN, III 

"Ben" 

Scientific Course: Orchestra 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Boys' Club; Photography 
Club 3,4; Instrumental Music Club 2; 
Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 
1,2,3,4. 



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SUSAN NAYLOR 
BLACKMORE 

"May all your dreams come true." 

Language Course: National Honor 
Society 3,4; Senior Executive Commit- 
tee 4; Majorettes 1,2,3,4, Alt. 1,2, 
Reg. 3,4, Dancing Boot 4; Library 
Staff 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Intramural 
Sports 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Sec. 
4; Service Clubs 1,2,3,4; College Club; 
Art Club 1; Gym Leader 2,4. 




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QUAY LYLE BLALOCK, JR. 

"Blazby" 

Language Course: Monogram Club 
3,4, Treas. 4; Service Clubs 1,2,3; 
S.S:C. 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Treas. 3, 
Sec. 4; Track 2,3; Jr. High Baseball 
1, Basketball 1; Football 1,2,3,4, Jr. 
Hi 1, Var. 2,3,4; Teenage Council 
1,2,3,4. 



RICHARD PAUL BOGGS 

"Richie" 

Language Course: S.S.C. 3,4; Hi-Y 
1,2,3,4; Freshman Boys' Club; Sopho- 
more Boys' Club; Football 1,3,4, Jr. 
High 1, Mgr. 3,4; Monogram Club 4; 
Hi-Y Basketball 3,4; Pep Board 3; 
Homeroom Treas. 4. 



IRIS OLIVIA BONDS 
"I know not what the future holds, 
but I know Who holds the future." 

Language Course: Girls' Chorus 1,2,3; 
Choir 2,3; Freshman Girls' Club; Art 
Club 1 ; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Col- 
lege Club; Resegis; Office Page 4. 





LOUIS MAURICE 

BOUVIER, JR. 

"Gamble at Frenchie's 

Scientific Course: 
Club; Football 1,2 
2; Senior Treas. 



Sophomore 
Scrub 1, Jr. 



Boys'' 
Var. 



PATSY ANNE BOWERS 

"To reach the Port of heaven we 

must sail — sail, and not drift nor 

lie anchor." 

Language Course: Service Clubs 1,2, 
3; Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4, 
Sec. 3, Council 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, 
Sec. 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Majorette 3,4; 
House of Rep. 2,4; House Court 4; 
Student Council 4; Football Sponsor 
4; Reseais: Colleae Club. 



REBECCA ELANE BOWMAN 

"It is better to be small and shine 
than to be big and cast a shadow." 

Mathematics Course: Rankin High 
School 1,2; Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica Club 2; National Beta Club 1,2; 
Order of the Rainbow 3,4; Girls' 
Chorus 3,4; Choir 4; Y-Teens 4; 
Serviteers; Resegis; College Club; 
French Club 4. 



MICHAEL BRADBURN 

Straight Pipes" 

Scientific Course: Boys' College Club 
3; History Club 2,4; Movie Projector 
Club 1,2. 




JAMES MICHAEL BRADFORD 

"But I'm going to get married." 

Language Course: Villa Marie Anna 
1,2,3; Football Var. 1,2,3,4, Co-Cap- 
tain 3; Basketball Var. 1,2; Baseball 
Var. 1; Monogram Club 1,2,3, Treas. 
1; Chorus 1,2,3; S.S.C. 4. 



JAMES FREDERICK 
BRADSHAW, III 

"Fred" 

Scientific Course: French Club, 
Photography Club 4; Track 4. 



1,2; 



JUDY CAROLE BRANDE 

"Never sacrifice the permanent on 
the alter of the immediate." 

Language Course: Freshman Service 
Club; Y-Teens 1,2,3; Y.F.C. Club 3,4, 
Sec. 3; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Rese- 
gis; Office Page 1,2; Intramurals 
1,2,3; Reynolds Quiz Team 4. 



FRANCES CORNELIA 
BRASKO 

"The most manifold sign of wisdom 
is continued cheerfulness." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3; 
G.A.A. Council 2,3,4; Freshman Ser- 
vice Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Col- 
lege Club; Resegis; Holl Monitor 3,4; 
National Honor Society 3,4. 



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PRISCILLA KEITH BRIGGS 

"Pro" 

Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Orchestra 4; Instrumental Music 
Club 1,2,3, Treas. 3; Rainbow Girls 
1,2,3,4, Officer 2,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3; 
Sophoteers; College Club; Resegis; 
Office Page 4; French Club 4. 



JOSEPH MICHAEL BRITTAIN 

"Joe" 

Industrial Arts Course: C. H. Football 
1,2,3,4; Boys' Chorus 4; Ushers' Club 
2,3,4; Track 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; 
Sophomore Boys' Club; Freshman 
Boys' Club. 



JUDITH ANN BROOKSHIRE 

"Not too serious, not too gay, but a 
real good friend in a real good way." 

Commercial Course: Girls' Chorus 
1,2,3,4; House of Representatives 1,2; 
Business Club 2; Basketball, Intra- 
murals 1; Homeroom President 3; 
College Club; Resegis; Senior Treas- 
ure; Y-Teens 2. 



WALTER LEE BROTHERS 

"Rebel Rider" 

Scientific Course: Radio Club; Science 
Club 3; History Club 4. 





CLIFFORD GORDON 
BROWN III 

"Always wear a smile and people 
will wonder what you're thinking." 

Language Course: Baseball 1,2; 
Freshman Boys' Club; Sophomore 
Boys' Club; History Club; History 
Club; Homecoming Escort 4. 



BETSY HAYWOOD BRYAN 

"Nobody ever listened himself out of 
a job." 

Language Course: Serviteers; Band 
1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4; College Club; Thespians; 
Sophoteers; Instramental Music Club 
1,2; German Club 3,4; Speedball In- 
tramural 1,2; Softball Intramural 1,2; 
Order of the Rainbow 1,2,3,4. 



WILLIAM DIXON BRYANT 

"Bill" 

Language Course: Football 1,2,3,4, 
Junior Hi 1, Junior Var. 2, Var. 3,4; 
Track 2,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Teenage Council 
2,3,4; Pep Board 4; Monogram Club 
4; Freshman Boys' Club; Sophomore 
Boys' Club; Junior Boys' Service Club. 



JAMES JAY BULLA 

"I think I'll do it tomorrow — I've 
made enough mistakes today." 

Language Course: Football 2,3,4, 
Scrub 2, Var. 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, 
Junior Hi 1, Junior Var. 2, Var. 3,4; 
Var. Track 1,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Hi- 
Y 1,2,3,4, V. Pres. 2, Chaplain 4; 
Monogram Club 4, Board of Control- 
House of Representatives 2; Senior 
Executive Committee; Senior Class 
Treasurer; EHFC 4. 




NANCY COE BURGESS 

"Angel Limited" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; College Club; Servi- 
teers; Gym Leaders' Club 4; Hall 
Monitor 3; Resegis; Rainbow Girls 
1 ,2,3,4; Sophoteers; Varsity Tennis 
2,3; Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Girls' Service Club. 



REBECCA ROSA LEE 
BURGESS 

"II n' y a pas de roses sans epines." 

Language Course: Choir 2,3,4; Of- 
fice Page 3,4; Y-Teens 1; Thespians 
1,2; French Club 3,4; College Club; 
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4; Resegis; State 
Music Festival. 



J. FRED BURTON 

"To play well the game of life." 

Mathamatics Course: Basketball 1 ; 
Football 1; Baseball 1; Tennis 1; 
R.O.T.C. 2; Demolay 2,3. 




PATRICIA EVERHART 
BURTON 

"Once, always, and forever John." 

Math Course: Griffith School 1; Voice 
1,3; Sophoteers; Serviteers; College 
Club. 



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JACQUELIN MAUREEN 
BUTLER 

"Nothing great or small is ever 
achieved without enthusiasm." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Basketball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Vol- 
leyball Intramurals 1,2,3; Freshman 
Service Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
College Club; Resegis; Hall Monitor 
2,3; Library Staff 4; Pep Board 4, 
Assistant Chairman; Football Sponsor 



HOWARD EUGENE 
BUTNER, JR. 

"Act well your part, there all the 
honor lies." 

Language Course: Football 1,2,3,4, 
Jr. High 1, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4; Key 
Club 2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, V-Pres. 4, 
Chaplain 1; National Honor Society 
3,4, V-Pres. 4; Masque and Gavel 
2,3,4, Pres. 4; National Forsensic 
League 2,3,4, Pres. 3; Debating Club 
2,3,4; Debating Team 2,3,4, Var. 3; 
Track 4; Ushers' Club 2,3; World 
Peace Speech Contest 3; Monogram 
Club 4. 



SANDRA GAIL CALAWAY 

"A dream is a wish your heart 
makes." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Rainbow 1,2,3,4; In- 
tramurals 1,2,3,4; Thespians 1; 
Sophoteers; Serviteers; French Club 
4; College Club; Resegis. 



LOUIS SUDDARTH 
CALHOUN, JR. 

"Act well your part, there all 
honor lies." 

Scientific Course: Var. 
Track 3,4; Key Ciub 3,4 
4. 



the 

Football 4; 
Math Club 




ARTHUR CAMERON 
CASHWELL, JR. 

"Fools rush in and get the best 
seats." 

Scientific Course: Hi-Y 3,4; Football 
1,2, Jr. High 1, Jr. Var. 2; Senior 
Service Club 3,4; DeMolay 3,4; Soph- 
omore Boys' Club; French Club 2; 
Math Club 3,4; Ushers' Club 3. 



MARY ELIZABETH 
CHAFIN 

"Squirrel" 

Language Course: G.A.A. 2,3,4; Y- 
Teens 1,2,3,4; Hall Monitor 3; Ser- 
vice Clubs 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3, 
4; Honor Society 4; College Club; 
French Club 3,4; Dancing Boots 4; 
Library Staff 4; Pep Board 4; Orches- 
tra 1,2. 



ELIZABETH ALEXANDRA 
CHAMBERS 

"Lord, make me an instrument of 
Thy Peace." 

Language Course: Orchestra 1,2,3,4; 
Band Color Guard 2,3,4; College 
Club; Resegis; Office Page 4; Servi- 
teers; Instrumental Music Club 1,2; 
Intramurals 1,2,3; Y-Teens 3,4. 



LAWRENCE RUFTY 
CHANDLER, JR. 

"It's the set of the soul that deter- 
mines the goal." 

Scientific Course: Stamp Club 1; 
Science Club 2,3,4. 




BRENDA LOUISE CHAPPELL 

"Live today knowing that tomorrow 
it will be yesterday." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Council 3,4; Fresh- 
man Service Club Treas.; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; Resegis; College Club; Jr. 
Red Cross Rep. 2; German Club 3,4; 
Softball Var. 1; Speedball Var. 2; 
Rainbow Girls 1,2,3,4. 



ROBERT LEE CHEW, JR. 

"Out of the frying pan into the fire." 

Scientific Course: Radio Clubl; Ger- 
man Band 2, Sec; French Club 2; 
Science Club 3,4; Marching Band 
1,2,3. 




CAROLYN LENORE CHURCH 

"They said it couldn't be done." 

Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1,2,4; 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; College Club; Resegis; 
Hall Monitor 4; Speedball Intramural 
1; Volleyball 1; Girls Chorus 1,2; 
Basketball Intramural 1. 



RICHARD McKINNIE 
CHURCH 

"Rick — Have ear will travel." 

Industrial Course: Photography 3,4, 
Pres. 4. 



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3ooibdi\\ Homecoming 




PHYLLIS ANN CLANTON 

"It's the set of the soul that deter- 
mines the goal." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, 
Sec. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 
1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 4; 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers, 
V. Pres.; Serviteers; College Club; 
Resegis; Hall Monitor 3,4; French 
Club 4; Order of Rainbow 2,3,4. 



JO ALLISON CLARY 

"C'est la vie; C'est I'amour." 

Language Course: Service Clubs 1,2, 
3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Girls' Chorus 
1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Gym 
Leaders Club 1,2; House of Repre- 
sentatives 1; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Pep 
Board 2,4; A Capella Choir 2,3,4; 
Office Page 4; College Club; French 
Club 4. 



VIRGINIA ADAIR CLIFTON 

"Just to see him smile makes my 
life worth while." 

Home Economics Course: Freshman 
Service Club; Sophoteers; Home Eco- 
nomics Club 3; College Club; Rese- 
gis; French Club 2,3; Hall Monitor 
1,2; House of Representatives 1; In- 
tramurals 1. 



JEAN FRANKIE CLY 

"Youth comes but once in a 
lifetime." 

Language Course: Service Clubs 1,2, 
3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3; 
French Club 3,4; Jr. Red Cross 4; 
Nurse's Page 4; College Club; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Colorguard 2,3; Hall Monitor 
3; Junior-Senior Committee 3; Intra- 
mural Sports 1,2,3,4. 






CARYLL ADELE COAN 

"Criekett — The best way to cheer 
yourself is to cheer someone else." 

Language Course: Summit School 1; 
Cheerleader 3,4, Chief 4; Senior 
Marshal 3; Co-Chairman of Junior- 
Senior; Football Sponsor 4; Pep 
Board 2,3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; French Club 
2; Gym Leaders' Club 2,3,4; Library 
Staff 4; Basketball Intramurals 2,3, 
4, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4; Most Popular. 



ANN LUCILE COCKERHAM 

"May God be with you." 

Language Course: Service Clubs 
1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Council 3,4; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, V. Pres. 4; Order of 
the Rainbow 1,2,3; Girls' Chorus 1; 
Tennis Varsity 2,3,4; Speedball Var- 
sity 3; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; 
Bowling Team Sec. 2; Football Spon- 
sor^; Hall Monitor 1,3,4; Bible Club 
1; College Club. 



APRIL YON COLLIER 

"Might as well, can't dance." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Pep Board 4; House of 
Representatives 2; Gym Leader 3; 
Freshman Service Club; Pine Whisp- 
ers Feature Editor 3,4; Sophoteers 
Serviteers; Resegis; Hall Monitor 3,4 
Black and Gold Caption Editor 3,4 
College Club. 



D. WAYNE COLTER 

"Train" 

Scientific Course: Football 1,2,3,4, 
Junior Var. 1, Var. 2,3,4; Monogram 
Club 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; 
Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,4; State Festival 
Chorus 2,3,4; Senior Service Club 3,4. 




BRUCE STEPHEN COOPER 

"Time will pass and we'll be on our 
way . . . . " 

Social Studies Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
DeMolay 3,4; Tennis 1 ; Orchestra 
1,2,3,4; Instrumental Music Club; 
History Club; Piedmont Orchestra 
3,4; Sophomore Boys' Club; Winston- 
Salem Junior Symphony 3,4; Senior 
Science Club. 



LINDSEY THOMAS 
COOPER, III 

"Yes, M. A. M.I" 

Scientific Course: Boys' Chorus 1,2, 
3,4; A Capella Choir 1,2,3,4, Treas. 
4; Math Club 3,4; DeMolay 1,2,3,4; 
Festival Chorus 3,4; Bible Club 1; 
Ushers' Club 4. 



LARRY WAYNE COPE 

"Curly" 

Mathematics Course: Science Club; 
Photography Club. 



DAVID E. COVINGTON 

"The wide world is all before us." 

Social Studies Course: Radio Club 1,3; 
Freshman Boys' Club; College Club; 
Junior Service Club 3; Monogram 
Club 4; Tennis Var. 4; Football 2,3, 
Junior Var. 2, Scrub 3. 



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good 



ANN COWAN 

"Grin once in a while — it's 
for .you." 

Language Course: Gray High 1,2,3; 
F.T.A. 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3; Y- 
Teens 1,2,3,4; I.C.C. Rep. 2; Latin 
Club 2; Office Page 1,2; Recreation 
Supt. 3; W.S.J.S. Jr. Town Meeting 3; 
Intramural Basketball 1; College 
Club; Resegis. 



CAROL JEANETTE COX 

"To err is human, to forgive divine." 

Language Course: Basketball Var. 
1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 
1,2,3,4, Council 2,3,4; Resegis; Col- 
lege Club; Serviteers; Y-Teens 1,2,3, 
4; Sophoteers; Freshman Service Club; 
French Club 4; Hall Monitor 3,4; 
Superlative. 



CURTIS EDWARD COX 

"Learning without thought is labor 
lost; thought without learning is per- 
ilous." 

Social Studies Course: C. H. Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4, J. V. 1, Var. 2,3,4 
Football 1,2,3,4, J. V. 1, Var. 2,3,4 
Monogram Club 2,3,4; Boys' Choir 4, 
MVF V. Pres. 3, Council 3; History 
Club 4. 



MOLLY MOIR COX 

"I was so embarrassed." 

Language Course: Service Clubs 1,2, 
3,4; German Club 3,4; College Club; 
Y-Teens 1, 2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3, All- 
State 2; Basketball Sponsor -2; Foot- 
ball Sponsor 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Gym 
Leaders' Club 2,3,4; Var. Basketball 
2,3,4; French Club 3,4; Pep Board 4. 






SANDRA KAYE CRAFT 

"A dream is a wish your heart 
makes." 

Language Course: Service Clubs 1,2, 
3,4; French Club 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Council 3,4; Girls' 
Chorus 1,2; Office Page 3,4; Order 
of Rainbow 1,2,3,4; Intramural 
Sports 1,2,3,4; Tennis Var. 3,4. 



JEWELL CRANFILL 

"I can do all things through Christ 
which strengtheneth me." Phil 4:13. 

Language Course: Softball Var. 1,2; 
Speedball Var. 1,2; Freshman Ser- 
vice Club; Serviteers; Sophoteers; 
G.A.A. 1,2; Bible Club 3,4; Resegis; 
Intramural Sports 1,2. 



WILLIAM THOMAS 
CRANFILL, JR. 

"Bill" 

Mathematics Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Jr. Var. Baseball 2; Senior Treas.; 
Junior-Senior Committee 3. 



CHARLES LESTER 
CHEECH, III 

"Problems, Problems, Problems." 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Boys' Club; Baseball 2; 
Math Club 4; Movie Projector Club 
2; Tennis 1 . 





NANCY GAIL CRESSWELL 

"The years have flown by." 

General Course: Teen Club; Y-Teens 
3; Junior Red Cross 3; Serviteers; 
Volleyball; College Club; Resegis. 



ESTHER MOZELLE CROUSE 

"The best is yet to be." 

Mathematics Course: New Jersey 
High School 1; Orchestra 2,3,4; Y- 
Teens 2,3; Gym Leader 2; Serviteers; 
Instrumental Music Club 2; Resegis. 



WILLLIAM CLENDENIN 
CRUMP 

"Orange-flavored and balloon head." 

Language Course: Freshman Boys' 
Club; Sophomore Boys' Club; Foot- 
ball 1,3, Jr. Var. 1; Scrub 3; Red 
Cross 1; House of Representatives 2; 
Pep Board 4; Scribblers Club 3; Movie 
Projector Club 1; History Club 4. 



WILSON VAUGHN CURLEE 

"Even if you're on the right track, 

you'll get run over if you just sit 

there." 

Scientific Course: Baseball 1; Fresh- 
man Boys' Club; Sophomore Boys' 
Club; Math Club 4; Monogram Club 
4; Football 1,2,3,4, Jr. High 1, Jr. 
Var. 2, Var. 3,4; DeMolay 2,3,4. 



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initiations 





WILLIAM CUSHMAN 
"Bill" 

Industrial Arts Course; Brattleboro, 
Vermont 1; Football 1; Jr. Red 
Cross; Junior Service Club; Sopho- 
more Boys' Club; Hall Monitor 2. 



THOMAS HOWARD 

DAVENPORT, JR. 

"Tom" 

Industrial Arts Course: Freshman 
Boys' Club; Sophomore Boys' Club. 



ROBERT MICHAEL 
DAVIDSON 

"Chow" 

Scientific Course: C. H. Football 1,2, 
3,4, Jr. Var. 1, Var. 2,3,4; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 1, Var. 2,3,4; 
Baseball 2,3,4, Var. 2,3,4; Boys'. 
Chorus 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; 
Ushers Club 3,4; Ancient History 
Club 2. 



SUSAN STOKES 
DAVIDSON 

"Susie" 

Lpnguage Course: Band 1,2,3,4; In- 
strumental Music Club 1,2; Jr. Red 
Cross 1,4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
College Club; Resegis; Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Order of Rainbow 1,2,3,4, Chap- 
lain 3. 






JOHN WESLEY DAVIS III 

"With faith all things are possible." 

Language Course: Key Club 2,3,4; 
House of Rep. 2; Ushers' Club 3,4; 
Dramatics 1,2,3,4, V. Pres. 3,4; 
Track 2,4; Pep Board 3; Teenage 
Council 4; Pine Whispers Staff 4; 
Executive Committee; Co-Chairman 
of Junior-Senior Com.; Vice-Pres. of 
Sophomore Class. 



LESLIE DAVIS 

"Bright star! would I were as stead- 
fast as thou art." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1 72,3,4; 
Hall Monitor 3; Jr. Red Cross Rep. 
1; G.A.A. 2,3,4; College Club; Rese- 
gis; Freshman Service Club; Sopho- 
teers; Serviteers; French Club 2; In- 
tramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Office Page 
1. 



JEAN HELEN DECKER 

"Variety is the spice of life." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; Hall Monitor 4; Football 
Sponsor 4; College Club; Resegis; 
French Club 4. 



JOAN MILLICENT DECKER 

"It's all in the game." 

Language Course: House of Rep. 4; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; French Club 4; Hall 
Monitor 4; Freshman Service Club; 
Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; Col- 
lege Club; Football Sponsor 4. 




TERRY CLINTON DECKER 
"On the move." 

Mathematics Course: Gray High 
School 1; Red Cross Rep. 1; History 
Club 4; Student Gov. 1 . 



STANFORD HUEY 
DILLON, JR. 

"The bug man; have bug, must 
chug." 

Mathematics Course: Football 1,2 
Basketball 1,2; Dramatics Club 1,2,3 
Bible Club 1,2,3,4; Radio Club 3 
Baseball 1; Choir 1,2; French Club 3. 



ANDREW FRANKLIN 
DINKINS 

"Truth, wisdom, justice, and honor; 
For all these things strive." 

Scientific Course: Mixed Chorus 4; 
Boys' Chorus 4; A Capella Choir 4; 
Dramatics Club 1,2; History Club 4. 



JOHN DIXSON 

"Jumping Johnny Melodis." 

Language Course: Football Var. 4; 
Basketball 1,2,3,4, Scrub 1,2, Var. 
3,4; Golf 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Mon- 
ogram Club 2,3,4; Teenage Council 4. 



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WILLIAM MANNING 
DOBBINS 

"Do the best with what you have." 

Mathematics Course: C.H. Football 
1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Scrub 1, 
Var. 2,3,4; Baseball Jr. Var. 1, Var. 
2; Track 3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4, 
Pres. 4; Key Club 4; Glee Club 3,4; 
Ushers' Club 1,2,3,4. 



BRENDA JEAN DOWELL 

"Where you callin' from, Charlie?" 

Language Course: C.H. Basketball 1; 
Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Sec. 2; Monogram 
Club 2,3,4, Sec. 3,4; Cheerleader 2, 
3,4, Chief 3,4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
College Club. 



MICKEY LYNN DOWELL 

"Por favor." 

Language Course: Order of Rainbow 
1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,4; Mixed Chorus 
1,2; Girls' Chorus 2; Marching Band 
4; Thespians 3; College Club; Resegis; 
Sophoteers. 



JULIAN CARLYLE DRAKE 

"C'est la Vie." 

Language Course: Northwest High 
School 1; Band 1,2; Thespians 3; 
French Club 4; Basketball 1. 





NANCY JANE DUNHAM 
"Till Then." 

Language Course: Majorette 1,2,3,4; 
Asst. Chief 4; Y-Teens, 1,2,3,4, Treas. 
4; Resegis; College Club; Chief Sr. 
Marshal; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Serviteers; 
Sophoteers; Freshman Service Club; 
Football Sponsor 3,4; Basketball 1,2, 
Jr. Var. 3, Var. 4; Pep Board 4. 



RALPH ANTHONY DUNN 

"If we do meet again, why, we shall 
smile." 

Mathematics Course: S.S.C. 1,2,3,4; 
Hi-Y 2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4, Pres. 
4; Junior Class Pres.; Student Coun- 
cil 3; Football 1,2,3,4, Scrub 1, Var. 
2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 1,2,3, 
Scrub 1, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3; Baseball 
1,2,3,4, Scrub 1, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4; 
Freshman Boys' Club; Sophomore 
Boys' Club; Superlative; Math Club "3. 




WILLIAM PHILLIP DUNN 

"You can change your wine, let me 
change my women." 

Mathematics Course: Senior Class 
Pres.; Monogram Club 3,4, Sec. 4; 
S.S.C. 1,2,3,4; Senior Executive Com- 
mittee; House of Rep. 2; Freshman 
Boys' Club President; Football 1,2,3,4, 
Jr. High 1, Var. 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2, 
3,4, Jr. High 1, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4; 
Basketball 1,2; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Math 
Club 3; Superlative. 



SANDRA LYNN 
DUNNAGAN 

"You may be whatever you resolve 
to be." 

Language Course: Summit School 1; 
Y-Teens 2,3,4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
College Club; Resegis; Basketball 2, 
3,4, Intramural 2,3,4, Var. 2,3,4; 
Tennis 2,3, Intramural 2,3, Var. 3; 
Intramural Speedball 2,3,4; Football 
Sponsor 4; Officials' Club 2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 3,4. 




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DONALD DWIGGINS 

"Act well your part, there all the 
honor lies." 

Mathematics Course: Boys' Chorus 
1,2,3,4; Mixed Choir 1,2,3,4; State 
Festival Chorus 2,3,4; Council Mem- 
ber 4; Freshman Boys' Club; Sopho- 
more Boys' Club; Ushers' Club 3,4; 
House of Rep. 3; DeMolay 4; Pho- 
tography Club 4. 



MOLLY JANE DWIGGINS 

"Faith strengthens; hope sustains; 
love endures." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, 
Sec. 2; Hall Monitor 3; Freshman 
Service Club; Sophoters; Serviteers; 
College Club; Resegis; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Office Page 4; Gym Leader 1 ,2,3; 
Girls' Chorus. 



SHARON LOUISE EDWARDS 

"Once you start laughing, they never 
let you cry." 

Language Course: Intramural Speed- 
ball 1,2,3,4; Intramural Basketball 
1,2,3,4; Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4; Choir 
2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Freshman 
Service Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
College Club; Resegis. 



SALLY MICHAEL 
EISENBERG 

"Pretty is as pretty does." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, 
Treas. 2; Freshman Service Club; 
Gym Leaders' Club 2; Serviteers; Col- 
lege Club; Resegis; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, 
Treas. 2, Sec. 3, Council 4; Pep 
Board 3; House of Rep. 4; Senior 
Scribe; Tennis 1,3; Senior Hi-Y Spon- 
sor. 



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CECELIA ANN ELKINS 

"Anywhere you ore is Shangri-la." 

Language Course: Lumberton High 
School Lumberton, N. C. I; Y-Teens 
2,3,4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; House 
of Rep. 3; National Honor Society 
3,4; Intramural Sports 2,3,4; College 
Club; Resegis; French Club; Black 
and Gold Staff 4, Art Editor; Quill 
and Scroll 4. 



MARY RUTH ELLIOTT 

"Remember now thy Creator in the 
days of thy youth." 

Language Course: G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Sophoteers; Serviteers; Office Page 1; 
College Club; Resegis; Speedball In- 
tramural 1,2,3; Volleyball Intramural 
1,2,3,4; Basketball Intramural 1,2, 
3,4; Tennis Var. 2,3. 



JOSEPH CLIFTON 
ELLISON, JR. 

"To like all, but love only one." 

Industrial Arts Course: Scrub Foot- 
ball 1. 



NORMAN BRENT EVANS 

"Bevans" 

Mathematics Course: Basketball 1,2; 
Baseball 1,2; Freshman Boys' Club; 
Sophomore Boys' Club; Key Club 1, 
2,3; Homecoming Escort 4. 





CHRISTOPHER CARROLL 

FARRAN 

"When I am dead, I hope it may be 

said, 'his sins were scarier, but his 

books were read'." 
Language Course: Pine Whispers 2, 
3,4, Managing Editor 3, Editor 4; 
Hi-Y I; Chorus 1; Thespians 2; De- 
bating 3; Scribblers 4. 



LINDA KAY FINLEYSON 

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

General Course: Southwest High 
School 1; Basketball Intramural; 
Scribblers Club 3; Chorus 2; College 
Club; Resegis. 




JOSEPHINE AGNES FITTS 

"To have joy one must share it, hap- 
piness was born a twin." 

Language Course: Student Gov't. 2, 
3,4, House of Rep. 2, Council 3,4, 
Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Majorette 1 ,2,3,4; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Service Clubs 1,2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Gym Leaders' Club 1,2, 
V. Pres. 2; Ass't. Chief Senior Mar- 
shal; National Honor Society 3,4; 
Senior Scribe; Dancing Boots 4; Col- 
lege Club; Superlative. 



WILLIAM DAVID FOBERT 

"Grape-flavored." 

Language Course: Freshman Boys' 
Club; Sophomore Boys' Club; Foot- 
ball 1,2,3, Scrub 1, Jr. Var. 2,3; Pep 
Board 3; History Club 4. 




BRENDA JOYCE FOSTER 

"Enrique" 

Language Course: C.H. Cheerleader 
2,3,4, Ass't. Chief 3; Monogram 
Club; Serviteers; Sophoteers; College 
Club; Choir 1,2,3,4. 



EVA MAE FOXWORTH 

"To play the game beyond the prize." 

Language Course: Service Clubs 1,2, 
3,4, Pres. 4; College Club; G.A.A. 
1,2,3,4, Council 3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Red Cross Rep. 2; Hall Monitor 1,2,4; 
Varsity Speedball 3,4, Co-Captain 4; 
Basketball 2,3,4; Var. Tennis 2,3,4; 
Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Girls' 
Chorus 1,2. 




VIRGINIA JANE FRITTS 

"I can do all things through Christ 
which strengtheneth me." Phil. 4:13 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2 
Chorus 1,2; Bible Club 3,4, Sec. 4 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers 
Serviteers; Intramural Sports 1. 




HA 



ALEX BAKER 
FRIZZELLE, JR 

"Dickie" 

Mathematics Course: 
3,4, Jr. Hi 1, Jr. Var 
Football 1,2,3,4, Jr. Hi 
Var. 3,4; S.S.C. 2,3,4; 
Teenage Council 4 
Demolay 1,2,3,4 



Baseball 1,2, 
2, Var. 3,4; 
1, Jr. Var. 2, 
Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 

Monogram Club; 

Freshman Boys' 



Club; Sophomore Boys' Club. 



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Honor inductions 




ELAINE FULMER 

"My future lies ot 'Stote'." 

General Course: Hand Junior H. S., 
Columbia, S. C; Basketball 1; Office 
Page 1,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Library 
Staff 1 ; Freshman Service Club; Soph- 
oteers; Serviteers; College Club; Re- 
segis; Red Cross Rep. 3; Order of 
Rainbow 2,3,4. 



TERRY ELLEN FULP 

"I'm flying high." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers 
Serviteers; Gym Leaders Club 2,3,4 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; College Club; Resegis 



NANCIE PEARLE FULTON 

"I'm from the Children's Home, 
couldn't be prouder." 

Language Course: C. H. Glee Club 
1,2,3,4; Jr. Var. Basketball 1,2; Var. 
Softball 2,3,4; Serviteers; Red Cross 
Rep. 3; House of Representatives 4; 
College Club, MYF Council 4; Resegis. 



JEANNE CORNELIA 
GALLMAN 

"The best is yet to be." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; Resegis, College Club; Vol- 



leyball 
2,4. 



Intramurals 1; Hall Monitor 





DAVID EARL GASKINS 
"Quack-Quack." 

Language Course: Baseball 1,2,3,4, 
Var. 2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, V. Pres. 1, 
Sec. 3; S. S. C. 1,2,3,4, Treas. 3, 
V. Pres. 4; Monogram Club 3,4; Bas- 
ketball 1; Football Manager 3,4; 
Freshman Boys' Club; Sophomore 
Boys' Club; Hi-Y Basketball 3,4. 



WILLIAM RONALD GASQUE 

"One on God's side is a majority." 

Language Course: Freshman Boys' 
Club; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; DeMolay 4; Base- 
ball 1; Sophomore Boys' Club; Boys' 
Chorus 4; Mixed Choir 4; Junior Boys' 
Club; Photography Club 4; Ushers' 
Club 4. 



SHIRLEY JEAN GATEWOOD 

"Earth Angel." 

Social Studies Course: Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Girls' Chorus; Hall Monitor 2,4; 
Red Cross Rep. 2,3,4; Freshman Ser- 
vice Club; Softball Intramurals 1; 
Nurse's Assistant 1; Scribblers Club 
3; Thespians 2; Resegis; College Club. 



ROBERT WILLIAM 
GEGENHEIMER 

"What I aspired to be, and was not, 
comforts me." 

Scientific Course; Mixed Chorus 1 ,2, 
3,4; Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2, 
3,4; Science Club 3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; 
Ushers' Club 4; Festival Choir 3. 





ROBERT LYNN GEORGE 

"Moose on the loose." 

Mathematics Course: Freshman Boys' 
Club; Sophomore Boys' Club; Jr. Var. 
Football 1,2; Jr. Var. Baseball 2; Art 
Club. 



ROBERT EVERETTE GIBSON 

"Why worry, you'll never get out of 
it olive." 

Mathematics Course: History Club 4; 
Homecoming Escort 4; Junior Boys' 
Club Basketball 4. 



WILLIAM OSCAR 
GILBERT, III 

"Experience keeps a dear school." 

Mathematics Course: Griffith H. S. 
1,2; Band 3,4; Orchestra 3; Rebops 3; 
Jr. Var. Baseball 3. 



JANET KATHLEEN GITTER 

"Dancing in the Dark." 

Language Course: Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; College 
Club; Resegis; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Sen- 
ior Treas.; Basketball Intramurals 
1,2; Volleyball Intramurals 1. 



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DORIS JEAN GOODWIN 

"Moments to Remember." 

Language Course: Sophoteers; Servi- 
teers; Treas.; C.H. Glee Club 1,2,3,4, 
V. Pres. 3; Monogram Club 3,4, Ex. 
Com. 4; Var. Softball 3,4; Var. Vol- 
leyball 3,4; College Club; Cheerleader 
3,4, Co-Chief 3,4; Resegis; Senior 
Hi-Y Sponsor. 



WILLIAM KEY 
GOTTENSTRATER 

"Now comes the real challenge." 

Scientific Course: Baseball 1; Var. 
Football 3,4; Stamp Club 1; German 
Club 2; Monogram Club 4; Senior 
Science Club. 



STEPHEN EDWARD 
GRAMLEY 

"Ever Onward." 

Language Course: Band 1,2,3; Track 
3,4; Var. Football 4; German Club 
3,4, Pres. 3; National Honor Society 
3,4; Ushers' Club 4; Thespians 2,3; 
Ancient History Club 4. 



JACK GRANADE, JR. 

"I'm livin,' lovin,' 'n leavin'." 

General Course: Gottschalk Jr. H. S. 
1, Manual H. S. 2, Louisville, Ken- 
*ucky; Jr. Var. Football 3; History 
Club 4; Jr. High Basketball 1; Var. 
Track 4. 





WILLIAM PERRY GRANT 

"Early to bed and early to rise and 

you'll never meet any of the regular 

guys." 

Language Course: S. S. C. 2,3,4, Sec. 
4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, J.V. 2, Var. 3,4, 
Captain 4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Monogram 
Club 4; Math Club 3; DeMolay 3,4; 
Freshman Boys' Club. 



DAVID A. GURLEY 

"All the monkeys aren't in the Zoo." 

Mathematics Course: C.H. Monogram 
Club 1,2,3,4; Var. Football 1,2,3,4; 
Track 3; Choir 3,4; Ushers' Club 3,4; 
Basketball 1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 1, Var. 
2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 1, 
Var. 2,3,4. 



MARGARET CAROL 
HAMILTON 

"December 22nd, 1961!" 

Commercial Course: C. H. Basketball, 
Jr. Var. 1; Softball Var. 3,4; Choir 4; 
Sophoteers; Serviteers; College Club. 



ROBERT CABOT HAMILTON 

"C'est la vie." 

Language Course: Football 1,2,3,4, 
Jr. Hi 1, Jr. Var. 2, Var. Manager 
3,4; Golf 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 
2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; Freshman Boys' 
Club; Sophomore Boys' Club; French 
Club 4; Monogram Club 4. 





JULIA ANN HAMMILL 

"My voice is my sword." 

Language Course: Girls Chorus 1,2,3; 
Choir 3; Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4, 
Sec. 4; Masque & Gavel 4; Freshman 
Service Club; Order of Rainbow 3,4, 
Choir Dirsctor 3; Resegis. 



DAVID BARTLETT HANNA 

"David." 

Scientific Course: Jr. Var. Baseball 3. 



NANCY LEE HARRELL 

"To strive, to seek, to find, and not 
to yield." 

Commercial Course: East Bend H. S. 
1; F.H.A. 1; 4-H Club 1; Glee Club 1 ; 
Serviteers; Y-Teens 3,4; Girls' Chorus 
2,3,4; Choir 4; College Club 4; 
Resegis. 



EDWARD GLENN HART, JR. 

"Keep smiling — it makes people won- 
der what you've been up to." 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1; Marching 
Band 1,2,3; Concert Band 1,2,3; 
Sophomore Boys' Club; French Club 4. 



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FRANCES ANN HART 

"Life is what you make it." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, 
Pres. 1; Girls' Service Clubs 1,2,4; 
House of Rep. 1; Basketball Intra- 
murals 1,2,3,4, J. V. 3; G.A.A. 3,4; 
Dramatics Club 3; National Honor So- 
ciety 3,4, Pres. 4; Office Page 4; Col- 
lege Club; Senior Scribe; D. A. R. 
Good Citizen 4; Most Intellectual. 



MARY ANN HART 

"When a man's right, it's everybody's 
fight." 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, 
Council 2,3,4; Intramural Sports 1,2, 
3,4; Tennis Var. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,3; 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; College Club; Resegis; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3,4. 



BARBARA ANN 
HARTNETT 

"Thanks for the memories." 

Language Course: Band 4; Orches- 
tra 4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; College 
Club; Resegis; Basketball, Volleyball 
Intramurals 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Hall Monitor 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Chorus 1,2; National Honor Society 
3,4, Sec. 4. 



NANCY JEAN HARVEL 
"Butch — Mole's sister." 

Language Course: Jr. Red Cross 1, 
2,4; Freshman Service Club; Y-Teens 
1 ,2,3,4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Col- 
lege Club; Resegis; Softball Intra- 
murals 2; Senior Treasurer; Office 
Page 1; Gym Leader 2; Basketball 
Intramurals 1. 




LINDA HAUSER 

"I'm not lost, just confused." 

Commercial Course: Hall Monitor 1; 
Softball Intramurals 1,2,3; Basket- 
ball Intramurals 3; Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Com- 
mercial Club 2; Y-Teens 3; House of 
Rep. 3; College Club. 



THOMAS FRANKLIN 
HAUSER, JR. 

"Tommy" 

Scientific Course: Science Club 



1,4. 



OLIVER THOMAS HAYES, III 

"It's been a great five years." 

Scientific Course: Freshman Boys' 
Club; Sophomore Boys' Club; Hi-Y 
1,2,3,4; Key Club 3,4; Math Club 
4; House of Rep. 3,4. 



SANDRA LOUISE HENRY 

"A dream is a wish your heart 
makes." 

Language Course: Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Girls' Chorus 
1,2; Intramural Basketball 1,2; Intra- 
mural Speedball 1,2; Order of Rain- 
bow 1,2,3,4; Intramural Softball 1,2; 
Resegis; College Club. 




EMILY PARKER HESTER 

"To one who waits, a moment seems 
a year." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,3,4; 
Dramatics Club 1; Sophoteers; Servi- 
teers; College Club; Order of Rain- 
bow 3,4; Jr. Red Cross 1,4; Resegis; 
Freshman Service Club. 



THOMAS T. HILL, JR. 

"That's Kool." 

Mathematics Course: Glade Valley 
H. S, 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Football 1 
Basketball 1,2; Mixed Chorus 1,2 
Sophomore Class Pres.; Band 1,2,3 
History Club 4. 



RONALD WADE HODGES 

"Phew" 

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



ELLEN STOKES HOLMES 

"I don't know ... I can't say; for 
tomorrow will be another day." 

Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Football Sponsor 2; 
Color Guard 1 ,2,3; Serviteers; Fresh- 
man Service Club; Sophoteers; College 
Club; Library Staff 3,4, Sec. 4; Re- 
segis; Pep Board Co-Chairman 4; 
Teen-age Council 4; Basketball Spon- 
sor 4, Queen 4. 



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Cfirislmas Holid 




EDWIN ROGER HOWARD, JR. 

"Lone Wolf." 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 2, 
3,4; Rebops 3; Ushers' Club 3,4; Sen- 
ior Science Club; History Club; Tennis 
1; French Club 4; German Band 3; 
Winston-Salem Jr. Symphony. 



OLIVE ANN HOWARD 

"A sparkle in her eyes, the devil in 
her laugh." 

Scientific Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Dramatics Club 1,2, Treas. 2; Servi- 
teers; College Club; Red Cross Rep. 1; 
Resegis. 



CAROL DORTHY HOWELL 

"It matters not what you're thought 
to be, but what you are." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Serviteers; College Club; Resegis; 
Twirler 2,3; Dancing Boots 4; Senior 
Marshal; Library Staff 4; G.A.A. 3,4; 
Pep Board 4; Football Sponsor 4; 
Gym Leader 1,4; Key Club Sweet- 
heart 4. 



GERALDINE FOSTER 
HOWELL 

"Gerry" 

Language Course: Freshman Service 
Club; Bible Club 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Sophoteers; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; 
Serviteers; Resegis; College Club; 
French Club 4; Office Page 4; Foot- 
ball Sponsor 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. 




DONALD LEE HUFF 

"She'll be mine forever . . . Linda." 

History Course: Art Club 1; History 
Club 4; Photography Club 2; Drama- 
tics Club 3. 



MARY ELIZABETH HUNT 

"To cultivate kindness is a valuable 
part of the business of life." 

Language Course: Black and Gold 
Asst. Editor 3, Co-Editor 4; Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4, I.C.C. Sec. 3; Service Clubs 
1 ,2,3,4, President 1 ; House of Rep- 
presentatives 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Council 
3,4; Gym Leader 1,2; Intramural 
Sports 1,2,3,4; College Club; Library 
Staff 3,4; Dancing Boots 4; Sopho- 
teers; Serviteers. 



RALEIGH ARLENDO 
HUNTER, III 

"Rod" 

Mathematics Course: Band 1,2; 
ence Club 3,4. 



LUTHER HILL 
HUTCHENS, JR. 

"L. H." 

Sci- Scientific Course: Football 1,2,3,4, 
Jr. Var. 1, Var. 2,3,4; Student Gov- 
ernment; House of Rep. 3; Baseball 
1,2,3,4, Junior High 1, Junior Var. 2, 
Var. 3,4; Basketball 1,2, Junior High 
1, Junior Var. 2; S. S. C. 2,3,4, Pres. 
4; Monogram Club 3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, 
V. Pres. 3; Teenage Council 3,4; 
Senior Class Vice-President; Fresh- 
man Boys' Club; Sophomore Boys' 
Club, President. 




MARY MOFFITT JACKSON 

"I came for friendship ..." 

Language Corse: Y-Teens 1 ,2,3,4; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4, Council 3; 
Service Clubs 1,2,3, Vice-Pres. 1, 
Pres., 3; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; 
College Club; Resegis; Senior Execu- 
tive Committee; Senior Class Secre- 
tary; Football Sponsor 4; Student 
Council 4. 



GROVER TERRANCE JARVIS 

"Seek ye first the Kingdom of God 

and His Righteousness, and all these 

things shall be added unto you." 

Mathematics Course: Marching Band 
1,2; Freshman Service Club; Book 
Room Asst. 1 ,2; Sophomore Boys' 
Club; Dramatics Club 3; Bible Club 4; 
Ushers' Club 4; Electronics 4. 



JOHN W. JASINKIEWICZ 

"To strive, to seek, to find, and not 
to yield." 

Mathematics Course: Band 3,4. 



FLOYD GAITHER 
JENKINS, JR. 

"Gai" 

Language Course: Football 1,2,3, 
Scrub 1,2, Jr. Var. 3; Baseball 1,2; 
Freshman Boys' Club; DeMolay 2,3,4; 
Junior Service Club; Senior Science 
Club; Track 4; Sophomore Boys' Club. 



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JAMES EDWARD JOHNSON 

"Fisherman" 

Scientific Course: Ushers Club 2,3,4; 
German Club 3,4; Freshman Service 
Club; Football 3,4, Jr. Var. 3; Science 
Club 4. 



JOHN SCOTT JOHNSON 

"Scooter" 

General Course: Football 1; Basket- 
ball 1,2; Dramatics Club 1,3; Art 
Club 2; French Club 2; History Club 
4; Movie Proj. Club I. 



ROBERT JONES 

"Endes gut, alles gut" 

Language Course: De Molay 3,4; Ger- 
man Club 3,4; Science Club 4; Foot- 
ball 1,2, Scrub 1, Jr. Var. 2; Ushers 
Club 4. 



JERRY WAYNE KANDZER 

"But vindicate the ways ot God to 
man" 

Math Course: Football 1,2,3,4; Base- 
ball 1,2; Ushers Club; Key Club; 
Superlative. 




KAREN CROWTHER KAPPES 

"Yankee" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 2,3; Jr. 
Red Cross 2,4; G.A.A. 3,4; College 
Club; Resegis; Serviteers; Sophoteers. 



CAROL ANN KENNEDY 

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

Commercial Course: C.H. Basketball 
1,2,3 Jr. ,Var. 1, Var. 2,3; C. H. Soft- 
ball 1,2; C. H. Glee Club 1,2,3,4; 
College Club; Serviteers; Sophoteers; 
Resegis; Freshman Service Club; C. H. 
Volleyball 3. 



LLOYD H. 

KENNINGTON, JR. 

"Kenny-O" 

Math Course: Freshman Service Club; 
Sophomore Service Club; History 
Club 4. 



CLEMENT M. KEY 

"Success comes from hanging on" 

Math Course: Baseball 1, Scrub 1; 
Fooltball 2, Jr. Var. 2; Freshman 
Service Club; Sophomore Service Club; 
Junior Service Club; Math Club 4. 








JOHN WESLEY KINNEY, JR. 

"Who knows what the future may 

hold ..." 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1; Science 
Club 3; Boys Chorus 1,2,3; Mixed 
Chorus 1,2,3; Choir 1,2,3; State Festi- 
val Chorus 3. 



ROBERT DOUGLAS 
KINNEY, JR. 

"Gordy" 

Social Studies Course: Football 1,2, 
Jr. Var. 2; Basketball Mgr. Var. 1,2,3; 
De Molay 2,3,4; Pine Whispers Staff 
3,4, Asst. Sports Ed. 4; Tennis 1; 
Baseball Mgr. 2. 



JANICE KIRKHAM 

"They said it couldn't be done; so 
I didn't even try." 

Language Course: White Plains High 
School, N. Y. 1,2; French Club 3; 
College Club; Resegis. 



MARTHA DIANE KNIGHTEN 

"God gave us youth, God gave us 

love, and even God can give no 

more." 

Language Course: Orchestra 1,2,3,4; 
Marching Band 1,2; Instrumental 
Music Club 1,2; Y-Teens 1,2,4; Jr. 
Red Cross 1,2,4; Hall Monitor 1,2,3; 
Science Club 3; Sophoteers; Servi- 
teers; Resegis; College Club. 



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Bas£d6a!l Homecoming 





WILSON C. LAMB, JR. 

"Honey Pot" 

Scientific Course: Radio Club 1 ; 
Science Club 2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3; Ger- 
man Club 3,4. 



HENRY HAMPTON LAND 
"I couldn't think of one." 

Math Course: Radio Club 1; Science 
Club 3; Math Club 4. 



JANE ELIZABETH LANE 

"What you are going to be, you are 
now becoming." 

Language Course: C. H. Softball 2,3; 
S.N.O.M.C. 1,2,3,4; Sophoteers; Ser- 
viteers; Resegis; C. H. Glee Club 4; 
College Club. 



BILLIE ANN LANIER 

"Short, sweet, and select" 

Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; College Club; Resegis. 




ROBIN STEWART LAPRELLE 

"Reden ist silber; schweigen ist gold." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1 ,2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club; French Club 
2; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; 
College Club; Pine Whispers Staff 
3,4; German Club 3,4; National Honor 
Society 4; Rainbow Girls 1,2,3,4; Hall 
Monitor 4. 



WILLIAM THOMAS LARMORE 

"Lord" 

Math Course: Wilson 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4; 
Football 3,4, Var. 3,4; S.S.C. 3,4; 
Teenage Council 4; Homeroom Rep- 
resentative 3; Track 3,4; Monogram 
Club 4. 



JUDITH ANN LAWSON 

"O Happy Day" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3; 
Softball 1,2; Var. 1,2; Jr. Red Cross 
1; College Club; Resegis; Freshman 
Service Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
Hall Monitor 3; Chorus 1,2; Intra- 
mural Speedball 1,2. 



ROBERT TIMOTHY 
LEINBACH 

"She's mine" 

Math Course: Football 1, Jr. Var. 1; 
Photography Club 1,2; Sophomore 
Service Club. 





STEPHEN COLWELL 
LEVERTON 

"Desarrollodor" 

Language Course: Biology Club 2; 
History Club 3; Math Club 4; Ushers 
Club 4. 



PATRICIA JEAN LEWIS 

"Once, always, and forever, Avery" 

Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3; 
Sophoteers; Serviteers; College Club; 
Resegis; Rainbow Girls 1,2; Freshman 
Service Club; Hall Monitor 1; 
Chorus 4. 



SANDRA JEAN 
LINEBERGER 

"Dreams really come true, if we 
only wish hard enough." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, 
Student Gov't. 3,4; House of Repre- 
sentatives 3,4, Sec. 3, Speaker 4; 
Cheerleader 4, ass't-chief; Teenage 
Council 3,4, Pres. 4; Service Clubs 
1,2,3,4; College Club; Senior Marshal; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Sr. Hi-Y Sponsor. 



GEORGE LESTER LITTLE, JR. 

"Geo" 

Language Course: Football Mgr. 1,2, 
3,4, J. H. 1, Var. 2,3,4; Head Mgr. 
4; Baseball 1; Key Club 2,3,4- Hi-Y 
1,2,3,4, Sec. 2; Hi-Y Basketball 2,3,4; 
Monogram Club 3,4; Student Council 
3; Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4, 
V.-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Freshman Boys 
Club. 



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SANDRA DALE LIVENGOOD 

"Live, Love, Laugh, and Be Happy" 

Lauguage Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; College Club; Resegis; In- 
tramural Basketball 1,2; Intramural 
Speedball 1,2; Intramural Bowling 
2,3; Hall Monitor 3,4. 



LINDA JOYCE LOCKARD 

"God-first; Others-second; Self-last" 

Language Course: Thespians 1; So- 
photeers; Serviteers; Resegis; College 
Club; Bible Club 2,3; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
French Club 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Coun- 
cil 2,3,4, Point Recorder 3,4; Speed- 
ball Intramural 1,2,3,4, Var. 3,4, 
Co-capt. 4. 



SHIRLEY ANN LOWREY 

"True worth is being, not seeming." 

Language Course: Office Page 1; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Hall 
Monitor 3,4; Jr. Red Cross. 1, 4; 
Bowling Sec. 3; College Club; Re- 
segis; Rainbow for Girls 3,4. 



WILLIAM V. McCANLESS 

"The ignorant man always adores 
what he cannot understand." 

Scientific Course: History Club 4; 
Civil Air Patrol 3,4; Explorer Scouts 
3,4. 




JAMES ELLIS McCOY 

"I kid you not." 

Language Course: Stamp Club 
History Club 4. 



GLENN HUGH McGUGAN 

"I'm as happy as a baby boy." 

Math Course: S.S.C. 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 
2,3,4; Math Club 3,4; Basketball 
1,2. Jr. Var. 1,2; De Molay 3,4. 



KENT DOUGLAS McKEITHAN 

"Deo Confidimus." 

Language Course: Stamp Club 1 ; 
Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,4; A Capella 
Choir 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4. 



GAIL KATHLEEN McKENZIE 

"One Life-a little gleam of time 
betwen two Eternities." 

Commercial Course: Softball Intra- 
mural 1; Basketball Intramural 1; 
Stunts and Tumbling 1; Officials 
Club 1; Bowling 2; Business Club 
2; Hall Monitor 4; College Club; 
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4; Choir 3,4; N. 
C. State Choral Festival 4. 




THOMAS WILLIAM 
McKENZIE 

"Laugh and the world laughs 
you." 

Industrial Arts Course: Track 
Var. 3,4. 



with 



3,4. 



DONALD RAY McKNIGHT 

"Ray" 

Arts Course: Movie Proj. 



Industrial 
Club 1. 



DOROTHY INZA McQUOWN 

"Start to sing as you tackle the 
thing 'that cannot be done', and 
you'll do it." 

Language Course: Majorette 1,2,3,4 
Asst. Choreographer 4; Dancing Boots 
4; Honor Society 4; Senior Marshal; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Student Council 3; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Council 3,4; Basket- 
ball 2,3, Jr. Var. 2,3, Co-Capt. 3; 
Service Clubs 1,2,3,4; College Club; 
Class Secretary 1,3; Superlative. 



RONALD MACE 
"It's the set of the soul that 
termines the goal." 

Math Course: 



de- 



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EUGENIA MACHERAS 

"Be happy, and the world is with 
you." 

Home Economics Course: Freshman 
Service Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
College Club; Resegis; Home Econo- 
mics Club 3. 



WILLIAM MARSHALL 

MACKIE, JR. 

"...and left with Love!" 

Math Course: Football 1,2,3,4 Scrub 
1, Jr. Var. 2,3, Var. 4; Basketball 
1 Scrub 1; Baseball 1,2 Scrub I, 
Jr. Var 2; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; S.S.C. 4; 
Monogram Club 4; Freshman Boys' 
Club; Sophomore Boys' Club; Math 
Club 3. 



ROSER EDWARD MARION 

"Ross" 

Math Course: Basketball 1,2; Foot- 
ball 1, Scrub 1; Baseball 1,2; State 
Contest 2; Service Clubs 1,2,3; Y.F.C. 
4 V-pres. 4; College Club 4; Boys' 
Chorus 1, 2; Photography Club 2; 
A Cappella Choir 1,2. 



CHARLENE ELLEN 
MARKUNAS 

"Hats off to the past, coats off 
to the future." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Rainbow for Girls 1,2,3,4; Sophoteers; 
Orchestra 1; Instrumental Music 
Club 1,2; National Poetry Antholo- 
gy 2; Serviteers; Science Club 2,3,4; 
Debate 3,4; National Forensic Lea- 
gue 3,4; Resegis; College Club. 





CARROLL RAY MARSHALL 

"To know 'him' is to love him." 

Commercial Course: Band 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; College Club; Resegis; Y- 
Teens 1,2,3,4; Office Page 4. 



SANDRA LEE MARSHALL 

"God is our co-pilot." 

General Course: Freshman Girls 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Home- 
room Vice-Pres. 1; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, 
ICC. 3; Rainbow for Girls 2,3,4 
officer 3,4; Intramural Sports 1,3,4; 
Scholastic Art Award 2; College 
Club; Resegis; Hall Monitor 3,4; 
Officals Club 1. 



JULIA ANN MARTIN 

"Because of you there's a song in 
my heart." 

Language Course: Freshman Serv- 
ice Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
Resegis; College Club; Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Basketball Intra- 
mural 1,2; Volleyball Intramural 1, 
2; Girls' Chorus 1,2; Rainbow for 
Girls 1,2,3,4; House of Representa- 
tives 4. 



WILLIAM ASHBURN 

MASTEN, JR. 

"Pee Wee" 

Scientific Course: Choir 1,2,3,4; 
Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,4; Football 2,3,4 
Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4; Freshman Serv- 
ice Club; Sophomore Service Club; 
German Club 3,4; Ushers Club 3,4. 




BARBARA SHARON MASTERS 

"Be Happy!" 

Scientific Course Rutherford High 
School, New Jersey 1,2; Y-Teens 3, 
4; Serviteers; Resegis; College Club. 



GROVER LEE MATLOCK 

"Growler" 

History Course; Football 1,2,3,4 
Scrub, 1, Jr. Var. 2,3, Var. 4; 
Freshman Boys Club; Sophomore 
Boys Club; Junior Boys Club; Base- 
ball 1,2, Scrub 1, Jr. Var. 2; Mono- 
gram Club. 



EVELYN CECILE MAYRAND 

"Most important is the spirit you 
show in life." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 2,3,4, 
Treas. 4; Sophoteers, Treas.; Servi- 
teers; College Club; Pine Whispers 
3,4 Mgr. Ed. 4; Library Staff 4; 
G.A.A. 3,4; Nurses Page 3; Tennis 
2 Var. 2; Intramurals 2,3,4. 



RALPH EDWIN MESSICK 



Language 
Freshman 
rus 1 ; A 
Chorus 1 
Dramatics 
Pres. 4. 



"Raoul" 

Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 

Service Club; Mixed Cho- 

Cappella Choir 1; Boys' 

Sophomore Boys Club; 

Club 3; French Club 4, 



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GARRY EUGENE MILLER 

"The paths of glory lead but 
the grave." 

Scientific Course: Jenkins High 
School, Ga. 1,2,3; Amateur Astro- 
nomers of Savannah 3, v-pres. 3; 
Senior Science Club 4; Civil Air Pa- 
trol; Explorer Scouts; Post 10; Sci- 
ence Fair 4. 





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JOHN EDWARD MILLER 
"Du Kane" 

Scientific Course: Football 2, Scrub 
2; Band; Sophomore Boys Club; 
Freshman Boys Club. 



LAWRENCE PAYSON 
MILLER, JR. 

"A little learning is a dangerous 
thing." 

Math Course: Football 2,4, Jr. Var. 2, 
Var. 4; DeMolay 2,3,4; Freshman Boys 
Club; Math Club 3, 4; Sophomore 
Boys Club; Monogram Club 4. 



AARON L. MITCHELL 

"I'll get ahead because I need one." 

Social Studies Course: Football Mgr. 
1,2,3,4; C.H. Track 3,4; C.H. Bas- 
ketball Jr. Var. 3; Var. 4; History 
Club. 




GRADY LAWRENCE 
MITCHELL 

"Why knot? I'm ahead of them all." 

Social Studies Course: CJH. Football 
1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 1, Var. 2,3,4; C.H. 
Basketball 1 Jr. Var. 1; C.H. Base- 
ball 1 Jr. Var. 1; C.H. Boys' Chorus 
3,4; C.H. Monogram Club 3,4; C.H. 
Ushers Guild 3,4; Freshman Boys 
Club; C.H. Track 3,4; Photography 
Club 4. 



MERIEL BULL MITCHELL 

"I'll take it out, and put it on-a 
great big majorette smile." 

Language Course: Majorette 1,2,3,4, 
Asst. Chief 3, Chief 4; Dancing 
Boots 4, Chief 4; Senior Marshal; 
Library Staff; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Council 
3,4; Gym Leaders Club 2,3,4 Pres. 
3,4; Basketball Intramural 1,2,3 4 
Var. Mgr. 4; Y-Teen 1,2,3,4 Sec. 
4; College Club; Service Clubs 1, 2, 
3,4; Honor Society. 



BENNY MOORE 

"Speak what you think now in 
hard words, and tomorrow speak 
what tomorrow thinks in hard words 
again, though it contradicts any- 
thing you said today." 




HARVEY MORGAN 
"That million dollar smile" 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Boys Club; De Molay 2,3,4; 
Math Club 4; French Club 4. 



JERRY ROBERT MUECKE 

"Well begun is half done!" 

Math Course: Tennis 1,2,3,4 Var. 1, 
2,3,4 Capt. 3,4; Freshman Service 
Club; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Ush- 
ers Club 3,4; Homecoming Escort 4. 



DOROTHY ANN MULLER 

"The laughter we were glad to 
share will echo through the years." 

Language Course: National Honor 
Society 4; Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4; 
Choir 2,3,4; State Festival Chorus 
3,4; Scribbler's Club 3,4 Sec. 4; Y- 
Teens 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Ger- 
man Club 3,4; Rainbow for Girls 
2,3,4; Resegis; Bowling Capt. 1,2,3,4 
Sec. 3,4; National Poetry Anthology 
2,3. 



MARY GRAHAM MOORE 

"Daddy's Little Girl" 

Commercial Course: Receptionist 4; 
Hall Monitor 2,3; Girls' Chorus 2,3, 
4; Mixed Choir 4; Local Poetry 
Anthology 3; Bible Club 3; Jr. Red 
Cross 4; Nurses Page 2; Photography 
Club 4; Business Club 2; Resegis 4. 




JUDY GAIL NEWSOM 

"A merry heart doeth good like 
medicine." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Band 1,2,3,4 Pres. 4; Orchestra 3,4; 
Sophoteers; College Club; Resegis; 
Intramural Sports 1,2,3; National 
Honor Society 4; Instrumental Mu- 
sic Club 1,2,3, V-Pres. 3; Rainbow 
for Gorls- 1,2,3,4; French Club 4; 
Hall Monitor 3. 



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<5fte Dancing Boots 




DAVID ANTHONY NEWSOME 

"Speak daggers rather than use 

them." 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; De 
Molay 1,2,3,4 M.C.4; National Honor 
Society 3,4; Basketball 2, Scrub 2; 
Ushers Club 2,3; Bible Club 1, V- 
Pres. 1 ; Chorus 1 ,2; Boys' Chorus 
1,2; Science Club 3,4, V-Pres. 4; Jr. 
Red Cross 1; Science Symposium 
3,4. 



REBECCA JANE NEWSOME 

"He who does not advance recedes." 

Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4. Sec. 
4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Instrumental 
Music Club 1,2,3, Chap. 3; All-State 
Band 2,3,4; College Club; Resegis; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Executive Comm; 
Rainbow for Girls 1,2,3,4 Officer 4; 
Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; German 
Club 3,4; National Honor Society 4. 




DOROTHY NOWELL 

"Ignorance is bliss." 

Language Course: Girls' Chorus 1,2, 
3,4; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; N. C. 
Choral Festival 3,4; Gym Leaders 
Club 2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Freshman 
Service Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
Resegis; College Club; District Cho- 
ral Contest 1,2,3,4; Basketball Intra- 
mural 2,3. 



LEALAN ANDERSON NUNN 

"Thank-you — I've had a lovely 
time." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4 
V-pres. 2; Art Awards 2,3; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Library Staff 3,4; Jr.-Sr. 
Comm; College Club; Freshman 
Service Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
Senior Treasurer; Resegis. 




JACK BERGMAN O'BRIEN 

"Ann. ...You'll never walk alone." 

Industrial Arts Course: Baseball 1 
Scrub 1; Basketball 1 Scrub 1; Art 
Club 1; Movie Proj. Club 2,3; His- 
tory Club 4. 



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JAMES DANIEL 
O'FLAHERTY 

"Speak less than thou knowest" 

Language Course: Debating Club 2, 
3,4 Pres. 4; National Forensic Lea- 
gue 2,3,4; Varsity Debating Team 
3; Masque and Gavel 2,3,4; World 
Peace Speech Contest 3; Band 1,2; 
House of Representatives 4; German 
Club 3,4; Basketball 1; Hi-Y 1,2,4; 
Homecoming Escort 4; National 
Honor Society 4. 



PHILIP CASE OGDEN, JR. 

"Friendship is Love without his 
wings." 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; 
Debating Club 2,3,4 Sec. 4; National 
Forensic League 2,3,4; Debating 2, 
3,4; Masque and Gavel 2,3,4 Pres. 3; 
National Honor Society 3,4; Band T, 
2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Drum Major 2,3, 
4; Orchestra 3,4; Ushers Club. 



BENNY RALPH ORRELL 

"Everybody's Rockin" 

Math Course: S.S.C. 3, 4; Football 1, 
2,3,4 Scrub 1, Jr. Var. 2, Var Mgr. 
3,4; Freshman Service Club; Sopho- 
more Service Club; House of Repre- 
sentatives 3,4; Monogram Club 4; 
Jr.-Sr. Dance Comm. M.C. 





CAROLE JOYCE PADGETT 

"Some sweet October" 

Commercial Course: C. H. Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4 Jr. Var. 1, Var. 2,3,4; 
C.H. Softball 1,2,3,4 Var. 1,2,3,4; 
C.H. Cheerleader basketball 1, Foot- 
ball 1,2,3,4; C.H. Monogram Club 
1,2,3,4; Executive Comm; Thespians 
1,4; Commercial Club 2; Scribbler's 
Club 3, Pres. 3; C.H. Glee Club 1,2; 
Choir 2,3,4; C.H. "Campus News" 
Sports Ed. 4. 



ELLIS LAIDLEY PANNILL 

"If you can't convince them, con- 
fuse 'em." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; Colege Club; Resegis; Jr. 
Red Cross 4; Intramural Sports 1,2, 
3,4; Hall Monitor 1. 



MELITA HUTCHINS 
PARKER 

"That's my little Marcus" 

Home Economics Course: Home- 



room V-pres. 1 ; 
Club; Sophoteers; 
4; Hall Monitor 
Intramural Sports 



Freshman Service 
Jr. Red Cross 1, 
,2, Int. Corr. 3; 
1; College Club. 



JAMES RAEFORD PARKS 

"Creamy" 

Commercial Course: Senior Treasur- 
er; Homecoming Escort 4; Photogra- 



phy Club 1 
1; R. E. Lee 



Football 
1,2,3, V- 



1; History Club 
Pres. 3. 



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MICHAEL SHELTON PARISH 

"Toad" 

General Course: Freshman Boys' 
Club; Sophomore Boys' Club; Pep 
Board 2,3; S.S.C. 3,4; House of Rep- 
resentatives 4; Baseball 1,2; Home- 
coming Escort 4. 



PEGGY FRANCES PARRISH 

"Do justly, love mercy, and walk 
numbly with God." 

Language Course: Band 1,2,3,4; G. 
A. A. 2,3,4; Bible Club 1; Intramural 
Sports 1,2,3,4; Softball 2,3,4 Var. 
2,3,4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Col- 
lege Club; Hall Monitor 3,4. 



JAMES C. PARSONS, JR. 

"Pro Deo et Patria" 

Scientific Course: Baseball 2, Jr. 
Var. 2; History Club 4; Boys' Chorus 
4; Mixed Chorus 4; Choir 4. 



PATRICIA ANN PASS 

"True friends are like diamonds- 
precious and rare. False ones are 
like leaves-scattered everywhere." 

Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1,2; 
Jr. Red Cross 1,2; Sophoteers; Chorus 
1 ,2,3; House of Representatives 3; 
Thespaians 1,2; Latin Club 2; Re- 
segis; Business Club; College Club; 
Speedball 1. 





DIANE LYNN PATTERSON 

"The world is yours for a smile." 

Language Course: House of Rep- 
resentatives 1; Majorette alt. 2; 
Y-Teens 1 ,2,3,4; Sophoteers; Servi- 
teers; Resegis; College Club; Bas- 
ketball Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Bowl- 
ing 3,4; Thespians 1; G.A.A. 4. 



DONALD ROBERT PAYNE 

"Children's Home" 

Social Studies Course: C. H. Base- 
ball 1,2,3,4; C.H. Football 1,2,3,4; 
C.H. Ushers Club 2,3,4; C.H. Bas- 
ketball 1; Track 4; Lunch Club. 



JERRY BURTON PEGRAM 

"I work without hurry; Live without 
worry; Go forward without fear." 

Art Course: Art Club 1 ,2; Sopho- 
more Boys' Club; History Club 3; 
Track 3,4; Anc. History Club 4; 
Football 1, Scrub 1. 



MARY HOLDS PFAFF 

"The best things come in Pairs." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1 ,2,3,4; 
House of Representatives; Freshman 
Service Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers 
V-pres; Resegis; College Club; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Council 3,4; Gym Leaders 
Club 2,3,4; Football Sponsor 4; Ma- 
jorette 1,2 alt. 1; Dancing Boots 4; 



jorette 1,2 alt. 
Library Staff 4. 





ROSE ANNE PFOHL 
"I live in a world of music." 

General Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3; Jr. 
Red Cross. 1 ,2; Freshman Service 
Club; Bible Club 1; French Club 1; 
College Club; Chorus 1. 



COLIN KELLY PHILLIPS 

"Kelly" 

Social Studies: C.H. Basketball 
2,3,4 Var. 1,2,3,4; C.H. Baseball 
2,4 Scrub 1, Var. 2,4; C.H. 
3; C.H. Football 1, Scrub 1; 
Club; Photography Club 4; 
Club 2. 



NANCY HAYNES PIKE 
"In all thy ways acknowledge Him 
1 , and He will direct thy paths." 

1, Language Course: Jr. Red Cross 1, 
Track 2,3,4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Y-Teens 1,3; 
Lunch Resegis; College Club; G.A.A. 2,3,4; 
Bible Sophoteers; Y.F.C. Club 2,3,4 pres. 
3, Quiz Capt. 4; French Club 3,4; 
Rainbow for Girls 1,2; Speedball In- 
tramurals 1,2,3, Var. 2; Nurses Page 
4; Pine Whispers Staff 4 Girls' 
Sports Ed. 4. 



MARILYN DIANA PIPKIN 
"And more Problems!" 

Math Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Col- 
lege Club; Resegis; Serviteers, Jr. 
Red Cross 1 ; Sophoteers; Freshman 
Service Club; Color Guard alt. 2; 
Basketball Intramurals 1,2; Hall 
Monitor 2; Volleyball Intramurals 1, 
2; Bowling 2. 



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GARY EVANS PITTS 

"Why take life seriously, you will 
never get out of it alive." 

Math Course: Freshman Service 
Club;Sophomore Boys Club; Baseball 
2, Jr. Var. 2; Pep Board 3; Execu- 
tive Comm; Homecoming Escort 4. 



MARSHA LYNN POTTER 

"All the glitter is not gold." 

General Course: Gym Leader 1,2,3,4; 
Chorus 1,2; Dancing Boots 4; G.A.A. 
Pub. Rep. 3,4; College Club; The- 
spians, 1,2,3; Y-Teens 4; Majorette 
Alt. 4. 



DANIEL AUGUSTUS 
POWELL 

"...till we meet again." 

Scientific Course: Key Club 2,3,4; 
Monogram Club 2,3,4 Board of Con- 
trol 3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3; Coun- 
cil 4; Freshman Boys Club; House of 
Representatives 1,3; Student Council 
4; Football 1,2,3,4 Jr. High 1, Jr. Var. 
2, Var. 3,4; Basketball Jr. High 1; 
Tennis Mgr. 1, Var. 2,3,4. 



JAMES NORWOOD PRATT 

"The business of life is to be, to 

learn, to do, to do without, and to 

depart." 

Language Course: Debating Club 3,4, 
v-pres. 3; National Forensic League 
2,3,4; Masque and Gavel 3,4; Scribe; 
History Club 2; German Club 3,4 
V-pres. 4; Ushers Club 3,4; Super- 
lative. 





CAROLYN ANN PRICE 

"Charlie" 

Commercial Course: David Hills High 
School, Ga. 1,2; B-Team Cheerlead- 
er 1; Homecoming Queen's Court 
1; Queen of Hearts Court 1; Drill 
Team 2; Homeroom V-Pres. 2,3; 
Theta Beta Chi 2,3; Serviteers, Col- 
lege Club; Resegis; Executive Comm. 



ETHEL KAYE PRIDDY 

"Do justly, love mercy, and walk 
humbly with God." 

General Course: Lawsonville High 
School, N. C. 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,3; 
4-H Club 1,2,3,4, Sec, Treas., Re- 
porter; Bible Club 1,2; Serviteers. 



GLADYS ANNE PULLIAM 

"All the wealth of the world could 

not buy you a friend* or pay for 

the loss of one." 

Language Course: Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Jr. Red Cross 2,3, 
4; Mixed Chorus 3,4 Sec. 4; Y- 
Teens 1,2,3,4; Girls Chorus 1,2,3,4; 
College Club; Resegis; Officials Club 
2,3; Nurses Page 4. 



ROBERT B. RASCOE 

"To strive, to seek, to find, and 
not to yield." 

Language Course: Key Club 2,3,4; 
Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 4; 
Football 1,2,3,4, Scrub 1, Jr. Var. 2, 
Var. 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. Scrub 
1, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Dance 
Comm; Basketball 1 Jr. High 1; 
Sophomore Boys Club. 




PAULA RUTH RAU 

"There is joy in living." 

Language Course: Dramatics Club 1; 
Sophoteers; Majorette Alt. 2; Jr. Red 
Cross 4; Serviteers; Resegis; College 
Club; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Nurses Page 
4; Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Hall 
Monitor 2,3,4; Homecoming Sponsor 
2,4. 



MARY PHYLLIS RAY 

"A page was torn out of time and 
space." 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; 
College Club; Library Staff 3,4; 
Black and Gold Staff 3,4; Jr. Ed- 
3; Co. Ed. 4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; 
Pine Whispers Staff 3; Intramural 
•Sports 1,2,3,4. 



CAROL LYNN REDDING 

"Live an' Learn." 

Math Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Bas- 
ketball Intramurals 1,2; Softball In- 
tramurals 1,2; G.A.A. 3; Girls Cho-- 
rus' Chorus 1,2; Jr. Red Cross 1; 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; French club 2; Bible Club 
4; Resegis. 



WAYNE REDMAN 
"Success does not require genius." 

Language Course: Basketball 1; 
Bible Club 1; Sophomore Boys Club; 
Senior Science Club. 



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JOANNE PAULA REECE 

"Jo" 

Language Course: Northwest High 
School 1; Girls' Chorus 2; Intramu- 
rals 2,3 Speedball 2, Basketball 2,3 
Voleyball 2,3 Softball 3; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; National Honor Society 
3,4 Dev. Chm. 4; Hall Monitor 4; 
College Club; Resegis. 



JOHN BURKHARDT REHDER 
"John" 

Scientific Course: Lake Forest Jr. 
High, N. C. 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Re- 
oops 3,4; Orchestra 3,4; Instrumen- 
tal Music 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Mar- 
ching Band 2,3,4; Hall Monitor 
1; Skin Diving Club I; Cross Coun- 
try Track 3,4. 



LYNDA LOUISE REYNOLDS 

"I am a part of all that I have met." 

Scientific Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; College Club; Resegis; 
Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 2,4; Rain- 
bow for Girls 3,4; Instrumental Mu- 
sic Club 1,2; Intramural Sports. 



JOSEPH RUSSELL RIDGILL, JR. 

"Be prepared, and do a good deed 
daily." 

Scientific Course: Jr. Science Club 
1; Sr. Science Club. 3,4; Math Club 
3; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 
3,4; Rebops 3,4; Instrumental Mu- 
sic Club 1; Eagle Scout Award 1956; 
Silver Explorer 1958; Mayor of W.-S; 
Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Hall Monitor 
3,4. 





MARTHA ANN ROBERSON 

"True success is to labor" 

Commercial Course: Y. Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4; A Cappella 
Choir 3,4; N. C. State Choral Festi- 
val 3,4; Freshman Service Club; Bib- 
le Club 3; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
College Club; Resegis; Hall Monitor 
1; Rainbow for Girls 1,2,3,4. 



BARNEY WILLIAM 
ROBERTS, JR. 

"Barney" 

Math Course: Football 1,2 Scrub 1, 
2; Band 1; Freshman Boys Club; Jun- 
ior Boys Club; History Club 4. 



DAVID H. ROBINSON 

"Better late than never." 

Social Studies Course: C.H. Baseball 
1,2,3,4 Var. 1,2,3,4; C.H. Football 
1,2,3,4 Var. 1,2,3,4; C.H. Basket- 
ball 1 Jr. Var. 1; M.Y.F. 3 Treas. 3; 
Ushers Club 3,4. 



SAMUEL FRANKLIN 
ROBINSON, JR. 

"Buck" 

Scientific Course: Freshman Boys 
Club; Sophomore Boys Club, Basket- 
ball 2 Jr. Var. 2; Football 2,3,4 Var. 
2,3,4; De Molay 1,2,3,4; Mono- 
gram Club 3,4; Track 3; Baseball 
4, Var. 4. 




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MARY SUSAN ROGAN 

"Remember When" 

Language Course: Girls' Chorus 1,2; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Rese- 
gis; College Club; Basketball Intra- 
murals 1,2,3,4; Volleyball Intramu- 
rals 1,2,3,4. 



VIRGINIA DIANNE 
ROLLICK 

"Learning from the past, looking 

to the future, but living in the 

present." 

Language Course: Orchestra 1,2,3,4; 
All-State Orchestra 2,3,4; Majorette 
Alt. 1; Color Guard 2,3,4, Chief 4; 
Intramural Sports 1,2,3,4; Nurses 
Page 3,4; Instrumental Music Club 
1,2,3,4; Serviteers; Resegis; College 
Club; Y-Teens 1,2,4; Rainbow for 
Girls 1,2,3,4; Musician 1. 








MARIANN KIRVEN 
SANDERS 

"Vouloir c'est pouvoir" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,3; 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers; 
Nurses Page 3; Hall Monitor 3; Re- 
segis; Scribbler's Club 3,4 pres. 4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4 Council 4; Intramural 
Sports 1,2,3,4; Bowling 1,2,3; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3,4. 



HENRY OTHO SAPP 

"No, Officer, I didn't." 

Scientific Course: Football 1; Science 
Club 1,3; Art Club 4; Pine Whispers 
3,4; Art. Ed. 3,4; History Club 2. 



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LYNWOOD HUNTER 
SATTERWHITE 

"I think I could just laugh, and 
laugh, and laugh." 

Language Course: C.H. Football 3,4, 
Var. 3,4; C.H. Monogram Club 3,4; 
C.H. Boys' Chorus 3,4; C.H. Ushers 
Club 2,3,4; C.H. Track 3,4; Hi-Y 
1,2,3,4; Freshman Boys Club; Photo- 
graphy Club 4; French Club 4; Lunch 
Club; Sophomore Boys Club. 



MARY CROMBIE SCHINDEL 

"Tootsie pop" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,3,4; Jr. 
Red Cross 2,4; Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers, College 
Club; Resegis; Hall Monitor 2; Girls' 
Chorus 1; Rainbow for Girls 1; Bowl- 
ing 3,4. 



MARY JACQUELINE 
SECHRIST 

"To err is human, to forgive divine." 

Language Course: Gym Leader 1, 2, 
3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Freshman Serv- 
ice Club; Bible Club 1,2,3,4, Sec. 
2; Resegis; College Club; Intramural 
Sports 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. Council 4; Y- 
Teens 4; Bowling 1,2,4. 



WILLIAM MICHAEL SENKUS 

"Lead Thou me on!" 

Scientific Course: Declamation Con- 
test 2; Debating Club 2,3,4 sec- 
treas. 3 v-pres. 4; Debating Team 
2,3,4 Jr. Varsity 2,3; National For- 
ensic League 2,3,4 pres. 4; Mas- 
que and Gravel 2,3,4; Jr. Science 
Symposium 3; Jr. Town Meeting 3; 
Ushers Club 3,4; National Honor 
Society 3,4 treas. 4 State Conven- 
tion 3; Football Mgr. 4 Var. 4. 






GENE TRAVIS SHAMEL 

"Silence is for the saints, I'm just 
human." 

Math Course: Football 1, Jr. High 1; 
De Molay 2,3,4; Freshman Boys 
Club; Baseball Mgr. 3; Monogram 
Club 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Executive Comm; 
Ushers Club 2. 



CAROL MARIE SHEETS 

"Mouse" 

Language Course: French Club 3, 4 
treas. 3; Freshman Service Club sec; 
Sophoteers; Serviteers; College Club; 
Resegis; Hall Monitor 1,2,3; Jr. Red 
Cross 1; Pep Board 3; Y-Teens 1,2, 
3,4; Intramural Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Intramural Volleyball 1,2,3,4. 



JUDITH LOUISE SIDES 

"Johnny is that someone" 

Commercial Course: Freshman Serv- 
ice Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Y- 



Teens 1,2,3,4; 
ball 3; Resegis, 
Monitor 2,4. 



Intramural Basket- 
College Club; Hall 



CAROLE BETTE SIMONS 

"A rolling stone gathers no moss." 

Language Course; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; Resegis; College Club, 
Girls Chorus 1. 





PHILLIP BRYANT SIMPSON 

"Why not?" 

Scientific Course: Hi 
Freshman Service Club. 
Boys Club; History Club 



Jr. High 1 
Track 3,4 



Baseball 
Var. 3,4. 



Y 1,2,3,4. 

Sophomore 

4; Football 

1, Jr. High 



HILDA KAYE SMITH 

"Froggy went a courtin' " 

Social Studies Course; Sophoteers 
C.H. Softball 1,2,3,4 Var. 1,2,3,4 
Serviteers; Resegis; College Club 
C.H.GIee Club 3,4; Basketball 1,2 
Jr. Var. 1,2. 



NED BRITT SMITH 

"Be the best of whatever you are." 

Language Course: Key Club 1,2,3,4 
Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Pres. 2; 
Student Council 2, V-Pres. 4; House 
Court 3; Teenage Council 3,4; Class 
Pres. 1,2, V-Pres. 3; Band 1,2; Foot- 
ball 1,2,3,4, Scrub 1, Var. 2,3,4, Co- 
Capt. 4, All Conference 4, All State 4, 
Rep. to Shrine Bowl 4, Rep. to East- 
West Game 4; Basketball 1,2,3 Scrub 
1, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3; Baseball 1,2, 
3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; House of 
Representatives 3. 



SARAH FRANCES SMITH 

"Always a smiling face." 

Language Course: Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; 
College Club; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Jr. Red 
Cross 1; National Honor Society 3, 
4; Rainbow for Girls 1,2,3, 4; Gym 
Leader 2; Nurses Page 3, 4; Hall 
Monitor 4. 



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Spring Holidays 








WARREN WILLIAM SMITH 

"Is you ready, 'Ski King'?" 

Math Course: Orchestra 1 ; Boys' 
Chorus 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; 
Math Club 4; Ushers Club 3, 4; 
Instrumental Music Club 1. 



ROBERT ERIC SNOW 

"Let 'er go, Daddy-o" 



Scientific Course: Hi-Y 
Senior Treasurer; Band 
Science Club 3, Treas. 
Club 4; French Club 2. 




1, 2, 3, 4; 

1, 2, 3; Jr. 

3; History 



PHYLLIS MARIE SNYDER 

"Pep to spare and a smile to share." 

Language Course: Band 1,2,3; Cheer- 
leader 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4 I.C.C. 4; 
National Honor Society 3,4; Pep 
Board 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Serv- 
ice Clubs 1,2,3, Sec. 3; Resegis; Col- 
lege Club; Football Sponsor 3,4»~ 
Rainbow for Girls 3,4. 



SANDRA LEE SNYDER 

"Sandy" 

Language Course: Concert Band 1, 
2,3,4; Orchestra 3,4; Instrumental 
Music Club 1,2,3,4 Pres. 4 Resegis; 
Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Jr. Red Cross 
1 ; Gym Leader 1 . 




ARTHUR SPAUGH 

"What goes in the entrance must 
go out the exit" 

Industrial Arts Course: C.H. Foot- 
ball 1,2,3,4 Var. 1,2,3,4; C.H. Base- 
ball 1,2, Var. 1,2; C.H. Basketball 
1,2, Var. 1,2; C.H. Track 3,4; C.H. 
Boys' Chorus 3,4; C.H. Monogram 
Club 4; C.H. Ushers Club 3,4. 



DOUGLAS KINCAID SPEAR 

"Doug" 

Math Course: Towson High School, 
Md. 1; Track 1; Student Gov't 1; 
Basketball 2,4 Jr. Var. 2,4; Instru- 
mental Music Club 1; Band 1; Bio- 
logy Club 2; Photography Club 4; 
Ushers Club 4; Hall Monitor 1. 




FRANCES IRENE SPEAS 

"The highest graces of music flow 
from the feelings of the heart." 

Language Course: Masque and Gavel 
2,3,4, V-Pres. 4; World Peace Contest 
2; Jr. Town Meeting 3; French Club 
3,4, Pres. 3; Library Staff 4, Prog. 
Chmn. 4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Service 
Clubs 1,2,3,4; College Club; G.A.A. 
2,3,4; Hall Monitor 2,3; Band 1; 
Orchestra 1,2,3,4. 



DONALD KENNETH SPRIGGS 

"I'm living, I'm loving, and I'm 
happy." 

Math Course: Freshman Boys Club; 
Basketball 1; Dramatics Club 2; Foot- 
ball 1; Bible Club 4, rep; Marching 
Band 1,2. 




LESTER ROBERT 
STALLINGS 

"Alan Gator" 

Math Course: Football 1,2,3,4, Scrub 
1, Jr. Var. 2,3, Var. 4; Golf 2,3,4, 
Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4; Monogram Club 
3,4; Senior Treasurer; Movie Proj. 
Club 1,2. 



SANDRA JUNE STANFORD 

"Leave silence to the saints, I am 

but human" 

Language Course: Freshman Service 
Club; Thespians 2; Serviteers; Resegis; 
College Club; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Girls' 
Chorus 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Jr. Red 
Cross 4; Receptionist 3; Supply Rm. 
Ck. 4; Festival 3,4. 



JUDITH MADELYN 

STEADMAN 

"Hey Pumpkin!" 

Language Course: Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; 
College Club; Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4; 
State Festival Chorus 3,4; Hall Moni- 
tor 3,4; Jr. Red Cross 4; District Con- 
test 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. 



TERRY LEWIS STEWART 

"Bud?" 

Math Course: Kernersville High School 
1; Football 1,. Var. 1; Basketball 1, 
Jr. Var. 1; Glee Club 1; Football 2. 
Var. 2; History Club. 



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fide Key Club dollies 





ROBERT THOMAS STIMPSON 

"Gus" 

Scientific Course: Movie /Proj. Club; 
Track 4; Sophomore Boys Club; 
Ushers Club 4. 



JAMES C. STOKES 

"R. C." 

Scientific Course: Freshman Service 
Club; Sophomore Service Club; Jr. 
Red Cross 3; Science Club 3; History 
Club 4; Pep Board 3. 



BARBARA ANN STONE 

"A little learning is a dangerous 
thing" 

Language Course: C.H. Basketball 
Var. 1,2,3,4; C.H. Softball Var. 1,2, 
3,4; C.H. Monogram Club 2,3,4; Ex. 
Comm; C.H. Glee Club 1,2,3,4; C.H. 
M.Y.F. Sub-District V-pres. 4; C.H. 
Cheerleader 3,4; . Sophoteers; Servi- 
teers; College Club; C.H. Campus 
News Pub. 4. 



ZENA MARIE STRUB 

"There is no cosmetic for beauty 
like happiness" 

Language Course: McClintock Jr. High 
School, N. C. 1; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4; Rainbow for Girls 2,3,4, Of- 
ficer 2,3,4; Intramural Speedball 2,4; 
Football Sponsor 4; College Club; Hall 
Monitor; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Re- 
segis. 




^j^MK^ 



M&& 





CHARLES JACKSON STUART 

"The best laid schemes o' mice an' 
man gang aft agley" 

Language Course: Track 3,4; German 
Club 3,4. 



JAMES BOWMAN STUART 

"Some People worry, some people 
sweat, but as for me I just forget" 

Language Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Base- 
ball 1,2,3,4, Scrub 1, Var. Mgr. 2,3,4; 
Monogram Club 3,4; S.S.C. 3,4; 
Sophomore Boys Club; Freshman 
Boys Club; Homecoming Escort 4; 
French Club 4, Treas. 4. 



SHIRLEY NICHOLS 
STUCKENSCHNEIDER 

"Two can live as cheaply as one" 

Home Economics Course: C.H. Basket- 
ball Var. 1,2,3,4; C.H. Solfball Var. 
1,2,3,4; C.H. Glee Club 1,2,3,4; C.H. 
Monogram Club 2,3,4; Sewing Club 
3; Office Page; Nurses Page 1 . 




JAMES DEVENEY 
SUMMERS, JR. 

"Jim" 

Scientific Course: C.H. Basketball 
1,2,3, Jr. Var. 3; Football 1,2,3,4, 
Jr. High 1, Jr. Var. 2,3,4; Baseball 
1,2, Jr. High 1, Jr. Var. 3; Track 3. 





f Am | 

1 9 HI S Hi h 



ELIZABETH SWAIN 

"What we learn with pleasure, we 
never forget." 

Language Course: Speedball 1, Var. 1; 
Serviteers; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, V-pres. 3; 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Senior 
Marshal; Scribe; Gym Leaders Club 
2,3,4, V-pres. 3; Library Staff 3,4, 
Dist. Treas. 4; College Club; Resegis; 
Football Sponsor; Tennis 1,2,3,4, Var. 
1,2,3,4. 



ROY ARCHIBALD 

SWARINGEN, JR. 

"Buddy" 

Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; De 
Molay 3,4; Ushers Club 3,4; Science 
Club 2,3,4 pres. 4; Jr. Science Sym- 
posium 3; State Chemistry Test Win- 
ner 3;. State Math Test 3. 



LARRY REX TAYLOR 

"Smile, for the best is yet to come.' 

Math Course: Football 1,2, Scrub 1 
Jr. Var. 2; Basketball 1,2, Scrub 1,2 
Chorus 1,2,3; Boys Chorus 1,2,3 
Bible Club 4, Pres. 4; Pep Board 4 
Service Clubs 1,2; Festival Choir 2,3 
Contest Choir 1,2,3; De Molay 2,3,4. 




SHARON LYN TAYLOR 

"Music washes from the soul the dust 
of everyday life." 

Language Course: Chorus l;Thespians 
1; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, 
Council 3, V-pres. 4; Gym Leaders 
Club 2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4, Var. 1,2, 
3,4; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; 
College Club; National Honor Society 
3,4; Rainbow for Girls 1,2,3,4. 



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Sfte junior -Senior 






DALE ERMINE THOMPSON 

"I am happy in remembrance but 
happier in anticipation." 

Scientific Course: Bible Club 1,4; 
Thespians 2; Serviteers; College Club; 
Resegis; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. 



MARTHA SUSAN THORPE 

"The things we did last summer" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, 
I.C.C. 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Dancing Boots 
4; Library Staff 3,4, Sec. 3, NW Dist. 
V-pres. 4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Ser- 
vice Clubs 1,2,3; Jr.-Sr. Dance Comm.; 
College Club; Resegis; Pep Board 
Co-Chm. 4; Black and Gold Staff 3,4, 
Jr.-Sr. Ed; Basketball Sponsor 4. 



EDDIE TIERNEY 

"Ed" 

Math Course: Hi-Y 1,2; Band I; 
Freshman Service Club; Photography 
Club; House of Representatives 1 . 



JENNIE KAY TRAVIS 
"Here's to the future" 

Scientific Course: Art Club 1, Pres. 1; 
Sophoteers; Serviteers; College Club; 
Resegis; Hall Monitor 4; Jr.-Sr. Dance 
Comm. 





MARGIE ELAINE TRIPLETT 

"Let patience have her perfect work" 

Commercial Course: Bible Club 1; 
Business Club 2; Y-Teens 2; Jr. Red 
Cross 2; Serviteers; College Club; 
Resegis; Bowling 2; Chorus 1. 



CAROLYN FRANCES UPTON 

"0 what fools we mortals are!" 

Commercial Course: Freshman Service 
Club; Y-Teens 1,2; Bowling 2; Sopho- 
teers; Resegis; Office Page 1. 



CAROLYN LEE VALETOS 

"Knows all — all nose" 

Home Economics Course: Freshman 
Service Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; 
College Club; Resegis. 



JOSEPHINE REECE VANCE 

"Little Raisin" 

Language Course: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Student Council 4, Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, 
Sec. 1, Pres. 3; Library Staff 2,3,4, 
V-Pres. 3; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Col- 
lege Club; Football Sponsor 3,4; Ex- 
ecutive Comm. I.C.C. 3,4, Pres. 4; 
Resegis; Black and Gold Staff A, 
Fac. Ed. 4. 




JOHN CLIFFORD 
VAUGHN, JR. 

"Rusty" 

Math Course: S.S.C. 1,2,3,4; Football 
1,2,3,4, Jr. Var. 1,2, Var. 3,4; Basket- 
ball 1,2, Jr. Var. 2; Math Club 3 
Freshman Service Club Sec-Treas 
Sophomore Service Club; Pep Board 2 
House of Representatives 3; Band 1 
College Council 4, Pres. 4; Monogram 
Club 4. 



MAE ELIZABETH WALL 

"A smile costs nothing; but creates 
much" 

Commercial Course: C.H. Basketball 
Jr. Vqr. 1,2; C.H. Softball 1,2; S.N.O. 
M.C.; C.H. Volleyball 3,4; Serviteers; 
Resegis; C.H. Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Bas- 
ketball Mgr. 4. 



BRENDA PRISCILLA WALSH 

"Someone in the crowd is yelling 
'Hurrah for Reynolds'." 

Language Course: Freshman Service 
Club; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Intramural 
Sports 1,2,3,4; Sophoteers; Serviteers. 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; College Club; Rese- 
gis; Library Staff 3, Pres. 4; Teen- 
age Council 1,2,3,4; House of Repre- 
sentatives 4; Football Sponsor 4. 



F.LIZABETH DARDEN WARD 

"Betty" 

Math Course: National Honor Society 
3,4, City Wide Sec. 4; Band 1,2,4, 
All-State 2; Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Pied- 
mont 3,4; Majorettes 1,2,3,4, Chore. 
4; Library Staff 3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, 
Soc. Chrm. 4; Rainbow for Girls 
1,2,3,4; Worthy Adv. 4; Service Clubs 
1,2,3,4; College Club. Science Fair 
Winner 3; World Peace Speech Alt. 
1; Dancing Boots 4. 



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<5fic Senior Picnic 




ANN ELIZABETH WARREN 

"If worry were the cause of death, 
I would live forever" 

Language Course: Service Clubs 1,2, 
3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; French Club 
3,4, V-Pres. 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Intra- 
mural Sports 1,2,3,4, Badminton 
Doubles Winner 2,3; Pine Whispers 
Staff 3,4, Ex. Ed. 3, Rep. 4; Black 
and Gold Staff 4, Sr. Ed. 4; Library 
Staff 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Dance Comm.; Pep 
Board 4, Asst. Co-Chrm. 4; House of 
Representatives 4; College Club. 



NANCY MICHELLE WASELL 

"When duty whispers low. Thou must, 
the youth replies, I Can." 

Language Course: House of Represen- 
tatives 1 ,2; House Court 1 ,2; Y-Teens 
1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Student Council 4; 
Cheerleader 4; Soph. Class Sec; Sen- 
ior Marshal; Winner of Kiwanis Rec. 
Contest 3; Masque and Gavel 3,4, 
Sec-Treas. 4; Orchestra 1 ,2,3,4, 
V-pres. 3, Scribe; Football Sponsor 4; 
National Honor Society 4. 



BETSY JANE WASHBURN 

". . . but most of all remember to 
smile" 

Language Course: Summit School 1; 
Glee Club 1; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Fresh- 
man Service Club; Sophoteers; Servi- 
teers; College Club; Resegis; Hall 
Monitor 1,2,3,4. 



JOHN THOMAS WATSON 

"Whoso diggeth a pit shall fall 
therein" 

Math Course: Confederate Military 
History Club 1; Anc. History Club 4. 




LINDA LEE WATSON 

"Watch your step!" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3; 
Sophoteers; G!A.A. 1,2,3,4; Gym 
Leader 3,4; House of Representatives 
1; Cheerleader 4; Hall Monitor 4 
Girls' Chorus 1; French Club 3,4 
Rainbow for Girls 2,3; College Club 
Resegis. 



DIANE LILLIAN 
WESTMORELAND 

"The best is yet to be" 

Language Course: Softball 1,3,4, Var. 
1,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Speedball 3, 
Var. 3; Freshman Service Club; Soph- 
oteers; Serviteers; College Club; 
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Softball Intra. 1,2,4; 
Speedball Intra. 1,2; Basketball Intra. 
1,2; Jr. Red Cross 1. 



BETTY GWENDOLYN 
WHITNER 

"5 feet 2, eyes are blue" 

Commercial Course: Office Page 1 
Nurses Page 2; Sophoteers; Serviteers 
Shorthand Award 3; College Club 
C.H. Glee Club 4; C.H. Basketball 
Mgr. 4; S.N.O.M.C. 2,3,4, Rec. Sec. 4. 



WALTER FULLWOOD 
WHITENER 

"Call me — Kiki, Rat, Homer, or 
Termite" 

Industrial Arts Course: C.H. Baseball 
1,2; C.H. Football 2,3,4; C.H. Track 
3,4; C.H. Boys' Chorus 3,4; C.H. Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4. 




ARCHIE LEE WHITLEY 

"Lord, make me on instrument of 
they peace." 

Commercial Course: House of Repre- 
sentatives 3; Jr. Red Cross 4; Bible 
Club 1,4; Pep Board 1. 



LANDIS MELROSE WILCOX 

"Life is cheerful when one carries a 
treasure in his heart" 

Language Course: World Speech 
Peace Contest 1; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Service Clubs 1,2,3,4; Intramural 
Sports 1,2,3,4; House of Representa- 
tives 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Council 3; Ten- 
nis Var. 3,4; Library Staff 3,4; French 
.Club 3,4; College Club Sec; Black 
and Gold Staff, Write-up Ed. 4; Foot- 
ball Sponsor 4. 



FLORENCE BEULAH WILES 

"Bu la" 

Commercial Course: Sophoteers; Ser- 
viteers; Chorus 1,2; C.H. Softball 1, 
2,3,4, Var. 1,2,3,4; C.H. Glee Club 
1,2,3,4; College Club; Resegis; C.H. 
Rec. Comm. 2. 



NORMAN PATTERSON 
WILKERSON 

"I'd rather not to be than to be a 
failure" 

Math Course: Football 1,2,3,4, Jr. Hi. 
1, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3, 
4; Jr. Hi. 1, Jr. Var. 2, Var. 3,4; Hi-Y 
1,2,3,4, Treas. 3,4; S.S.C. 3,4; Mono- 
gram Club 3,4; Dramatics 2,3, Treas. 
3; Pine Whispers Staff 3,4; Black and 
Gold Staff 3,4; Boys Sports Ed. 4; 
Pep Board 3; Boys Clubs 1,2,3. 



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C/ass Day 










FRANK WILLIAMS 

"It's about time" 

Social Studies Course: C.H. Football 
4, Var. 4; C.H. Monogram Club I; 
C.H. Baseball 3,4, Var. 4; Basket- 
ball 3,4, Var. 3,4; History Club 4. 



JANET SUE WILLIAMS 

"To be rather than to seem" 

Commercial Course: Southwest High 
1; Intramural Basketball 1; Resegis; 
College Club. 



PATTIE SUE WILLIAMS 

"You'll always be the 'SPARKS' in 
my life" 

Commercial Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; Resegis; College Club; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Majorette 1; Office 
Page 4; Girls' Chorus 1,2; A Cappella 
Chorus 3,4; Basketball Intramurals 
1,2. 



VIRGIL WALTER WILLIAMS 

"Butch" 

Industrial Arts Course: 





JIMMY SHERMER WILLIS 

"Who knows what the future may 
bring" 

Math Course: Hi-Y 1,2; Boys' Chorus 
1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4; Choir 
1,2,3,4; State Festival Chorus 3,4; 
State Ensemble Contest 2; Movie 
Proj. Club 1,2. 



RITA KATHERINE WITT 

"Texas" 

Course: Dramatic Club 



Language 
Choir 4. 



PHYLLIS JEAN WOLBERG 

"Seize now and here the Hour that 
is, nor trust some later day" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Freshman Service Club; Sophoteers; 
Serviteers; College Club; Resegis; Jr. 
Red Cross 4, V-Pres. 4; French Club 
4; Office Page 3,4; National Honor 
Society 4. 



ROBERT LEE WOMACK 

"God First, others second, self last" 

Scientific Course: Hi-Y 1; Boys' 
Chorus 1,2,3; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3; 
Choir 1,2,3,4; State Festival Chorus 
3; State Ensembel Contest 2. 




JULIUS ARTHUR 
WOODWARD 

"Ward" 

General Course: Freshman Boys' Club; 
Sophomore Boys' Club; Science Club 
2; History Club 3; Track 4. 



KAY RUTH WOOTEN 

"To one who waits, a moment seems 
a year." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Girls' Chorus 1,2; Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Photog- 
raphy Club 1; College Club; Resegis. 



CAROLE MARIE WORRELL 

"Be a friend to all, but love only one" 

Commercial Course: Hall Monitor 1; 
Chorus 1; Freshman Service Club; 
Bible Club 2; Basketball Intramural 
2; Softball Intramurals 2; Bowling 3; 
College Club; Resegis. 



BRENDA EUGENIA WYRICK 

"Count your life by smiles not tears 

. . . And with joy count vour age by 

friends, not years." 

Language Course: Freshman Service 
Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers; Resegis; 
College Club; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Hall 
Monitor 1,4; French Club 4. 



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ion 




ROY VINCENT YOUNG, JR. 

"Vincent" 

Scientific Course: Band 1,2,3,4; Pho- 
tography Club 3, Pres. 3; Science 
Club 4; Football 1; Concert Band 
1,2,3,4. 



SARAH LYDIA YOUNG 

"My dreams are very fair and bright 
for I am Young" 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Basketball Intramural 1,2,3,4; Speed- 
ball Intramural 1,2,3,4; Freshman 
Service Club; Sophoteers; Serviteers 
Pep Board 2,3; Resegis; College Club 
Football Sponsor 4; Dancing Boots 4 
Sr. Hi-Y Sponsor 4. 



ANNA ELIZABETH 

ZIMMERMAN 
". . . Dream On . . ." 

Language Course: Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; 
Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Intramural Sports 
1,2,3,4; Freshman Service Club 1; 
Sophoteers; Serviteers; College Club; 
Resegis; Hall Monitor 3,4; Color 
Guard 3,4; Library Staff 4; Football 
Sponsor 4. 





'oil know I'm al- 
nost grown! 




Here We Are In Our Younger Days 



Good to the last 
drop! 






Which twin is the 
Tony? 



Will the meet- 
ing please come 
to order? 



Get tough! 




And Now 




Toad, Bevans, and Mickey Look Ma, no 

teeth! 




Let her go, Pedigogie! 



The line-up! 




Bryant works out! 



Foxie and Snapper! 



The Snow Queens! 



Why don't you 
come up and see 
me sometime! 




<*«• 



i % 



Peek a boo, I'm watching 
Wonder who won the game! you! 






None but the 
Lard Head! 



Eat, drink, and be 



merry! 






1 



wk ' - . 



In the good ole summertime! 



--.,.;,=■- 



So Long 



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SENIOR SCRIBES 

Kneeling: Sonny Pratt, Seated: Sally Eisenberg, Nancy Wasell, Agnes Fitts, Beth Swain, Ann Hart. 




SENIOR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

John Davis, Jim Bulla, L. H. Hutchens, Pattie Bacon, Susan Blackmore, Phil Dunn, Mary Jackson, Jody Vance, Becky 
Newsome, Carolyn Price, Travis Shamel, Gary Pitts. 




SENIOR TREASURERS 

L. H. Hutchens, George Little, Bill Masten, Richie Boggs, Louis Calhoun, Howard Butner, Bobby Stallings, Louis Bouvier, 
Jim Parks, Bfll Cranfill, Jean Decker, Jackie Butler, Judy Brookshire. 



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Betty Ward was elected City-Wide Secretary of the Na- 
tional Honor Society. 



Ann Hart represents our school as D. A. R. Good Citizen. 




Journalism Students of the Year are Mary Elizabeth Hunt and 
Chris Farran. 











BL~_j 







The Senior Hi-Y chose Britt Smith as the winner of the 
Hi-Y Triangle award. Britt is an outstanding student and 
class leader. 



Honor Page 




Jimmy Ayers, Student of the Year, was elected by the 
Journalism Staff. Jimmy was chosen because of her personal 
honor and scholarship. 



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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 



MOST POPULAR 



Agnes Firrs and Howard Burner 



Cricket Coan and Lyle Blalock 







PS. 




BEST LOOKING 

Doris Goodwin and Phil Dunn 



FRIENDLIEST 

Dorothy McQuown and Jerry Kandzer 




MOST INTELLECTUAL 



MOST ATHLETIC 



Ann Hart and Sonny Pratt 



Jeanette Cox and Britt Smith 



Class Prophecy 



Introduction 

Travel back with us to a dark room, located high in a tower above 
a pounding sea. Here six sages have gathered to talk over the 
great days of prophesying and to decide among themselves 
which one can see best and fartherest into the future. The oldest 
is Fearless Fitts, a greatly renowned seer; the next, Heartless 
Hart, the prophetess who predicted the death of Julius Caesar. 
Ageless Eisenberg, the only one to predict something years after 
it happened, is conferring with Witch Wasell, and her friend 
and accomplice, Swingin' Swain, who have materialized from 
the spirit world especially for this occasion. Last and least im- 
portant is Cloudy Pratt, a sleepy amateur prophet from Outer 
Afganistan. Having invoked the proper phantoms and having 
made several preliminary prophecies for warm-up, the seers are 
preparing for competition. The first to speak is Fearless Fitts. 

F. FITTS: Look far and breathe deeply. I can see three ships on 
a wide, rolling ocean. The crews have sighted land after weeks 
of weary watching. Apparently they have just discovered America 
you know — the New World. 

A. EISENBERG: I can see farther than that. A place called Winston- 
Salem will be founded by a band of Moravians who play 
trumpets. 

H. HART: Why is that tremendous pile of red bricks on a hill in 
the middle of the town? 

S. SWAIN: Can't you see a public building taking form? Look at 
all the rooms. Why, there are blackboards on the walls! We must 
be seeing the 1924 construction of Richard J. Reynolds High 
School. 

C. PRATT: All I am able to see is a mass of blurry years filled with 
faces and dates. But wait, I'm beginning to distinguish one year 
from the rest. It is 1 955. A stately edifice dominates the scene. 
Magnificent columns adorn the porch of the massive auditorium. 
Adjacent is the center of this institution of higher learning. 

On the third floor there are small people wandering through 
the halls searching for room numbers and looking for the 
"down" stairs. Why such confusion? 

A. EISENBERG: They must be the eighth graders experiencing their 
first week at Reynolds High School. 

H. HART: As insignificant as they are, it isn't taking them long 
to get acquainted with the Demon way of life and to enter the 
rush to participate in clubs and fall sports. As the year progresses, 
they enjoy their school life more and more. They learn the rules, 
find their way around the building, and begin to envy upper- 
classmen. They get their first taste of chapel programs through 
pep rallies, Honor Society inductions, the Christmas program, 
and Key Club Follies. June arrives; eighth-grade diplomas are 
awarded; and these students proudly assert that they are fresh- 
men and are a real part of the high school. 

F. FITTS: Their freshman year begins with a whirl of academic 
activities as well as membership in the band, Student Government, 
and other important organizations. The election of class officers 
— Britt Smith, Carl Adams, Dorothy McQuown, and Harold 
Bender — highlights the first semester. Nancy Dunham, Ellen 
Bair, and Betty Ward are three of the majorettes proudly strutting 
and twirling before the band. 

S. SWAIN: Many of the freshman girls are active participants in 
speedball, basketball, and recreational sports. As a reward for 
their interest and loyalty Brenda Chappell, Linda Lockard, Frances 
Brasco, and Mary Ann Hart are initiated into the Girl's Athletic 
Association and begin their long terms of service. John Dixson, 
a member of the golf team, and Jerry Muecke and Dan Powell, 
members of the tennis team, are other freshmen who excell in 
spring sports. 

C. PRATT: It is August, 1957, and we see boys equipped with 
helmets and shoulder pads engaged in fierce combat on Hones 
Field. Much to their delight, sophomores Sam Robinson, Wayne 
Colter, and Lyle Blalock are elected to play this game called 
football. 



W. WASELL: When the school year officially opens, Jo Clary, 
Sharon Edwards, Judy Steadman, George Little, and Bill Masten 
are proud to be chosen members of the choir. Frances Speas 
brings recognition to the sophomore class by achieving the 
status of finalist in the World Peace Speech Contest. As spring 
arrives we see David Gaskins and Jim Stuart engaged in varsity 
baseball; Bobby Stallings, in golf; and Diane Westmoreland, 
Peggy Parrish, and Phyllis Clanton, in softball. 

A. EISENBERG: We lose sight of our subjects for the next three 
months as they scatter to summer vacation land. However, after 
a short wait we see them back amid the pines on September 3, 
1958. Having survived the confusion of registration, schedule 
changes, and the first football game, students begin struggling 
to interpret Emerson, translate Cicero, and memorize the metric 
system. Howard Butner and Dan O'Flaherty, two members of the 
junior class, succeed in becoming varsity debaters and make their 
class proud of them. 

S. SWAIN: The selection of the Junior-Senior Dance committee 
arouses a feeling of excitement and anticipation among the 
juniors. Cricket Coan and John Davis become co-chairmen. 
Lealan Nunn, Rusty Vaughan, and Landis Wilcox are several 
of the hard workers who transform the gym into a tropical 
paradise with flowers, gardens, greenery, bridges, ponds, and a 
waterfall. 

H. HART: The greatest thrill of the year for some juniors is their 
induction into the National Honor Society. Barbara Hartnett, 
David Newsome, Sarah Smith, Susan Blackmore, Steve Gramley, 
and Mariann Sanders are among those whom we see standing on 
the stage holding their flickering candles and solemnly promising 
"to uphold the ideals of the society to which I have been elected." 
Three of the class members receive statewide recognition for 
their abilities: Buddy Swaringen, winner of the chemistry contest; 
and Diane Rollick and Nancy Wasell, all-state orchestra partici- 
pants. 

W. WASELL: As usual, spring sports attract the athletes of the 
class. Pat Barbee and Sandra Craft are active members of the 
tennis team. 

In April, thoughts turn toward the senior year with the elec- 
tion of Agnes Fitts, President of the Student Government, and 
Sandra Lineberger, Speaker of the House of Representatives. 

F. FITTS: During the summer, while most of the rising seniors are 
relaxing at a certain beoch in South Carolina, Ellen Holmes and 
Susan Thorpe are experiencing the delights of Europe. They are 
spreading the fame of R.J.R. from Rome to London, while Barney 
Barnhardt is spreading it from Delaware to Arizona as the 
Reynolds representative to Boys' State and as North Carolina's 
delegate to Boys' Nation. 

C. PRATT: Finally in the fall of 1959, year of quiz show queries 
and the cranberry crisis, we view the stately seniors of Reynolds 
High School. Britt Smith and Tony Dunn are leading the deter- 
mined gridders through a successful season. Bill Larmore, Louis 
Calhoun, and Dickie Frizzell are three faithful seniors who give 
devotedly to the team. Cricket Coan, chief cheerleader, leads 
Linda Watson, Phyllis Snyder, and the entire student body in 
supporting the team. Working hard to provide entertainment for 
each game are chief drum major, Sandy Ogden; chief majorette, 
Meriel Mitchell; and majorette choreographer, Betty Ward. 

F. FITTS: The highlight of the band's activities is a trip to Wash- 
ington, D.C. to perform for the Washington Redskins on national 
television. We see Sarah Young, Marsha Potter, Carol Howell, 
and.- other Dancing Boots shivering in 30-degree December 
weather at Griffith Stadium. Band members, Priscilla Briggs, 
Bill Gilbert, and Judy Newsom, are forming intricate figures on 
the field and are providing music for the Dancing Boots. 

S. SWAIN: The Children's Home football team is also celebrated 
for winning ten successive games and their conference title. 
Brenda Dowell, chief cheerleader, Brenda Foster, Doris Goodwin, 
Ann Stone, Carole Padgett, Martha Barnette, and all the Home 
supporters cheer Bill Dobbins, Lynwood Satterwhite, Jim Summers, 
Joe Brittain, and the Home team to victory. Basketball season 
also proves rewarding to the Children's Home varsity cagers, Bob 
Davidson, Grady Mitchell, David Gurley, and Mike Ashburn. 



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H. HART: The Pine Whispers staff is doing a thorough job of re- 
porting school activities. Editor, Chris Farran, and his assistant 
Cecile Mayrand, with the help of April Collier, Norman Wilker- 
son, and Nancy Pike are working energetically to prepare the 
next edition of the paper. In the midst of all this hustle and bustle 
the Black and Gold editors, Mary Elizabeth Hunt and Phyllis Ray, 
are steadily striving toward the completion of the I960 annual. 

A. EISENBERG: Numerous clubs claim the time and efforts of 
many seniors. Managing club activities important to the school 
are Beth Swain and Sharon Taylor of the G. A. A.; Eva Foxworth, 
Resegis; Pat Bowers, College C'ub president; Brenda Walsh, 
Library Staff; and Bill Senkus, president of the National Forensic 
League. 

S. SWAIN: Jody Vance charms New York journalists on her trip 
to the National Y-Teen Conventnon. Her comments on juvenile 
delinquency are quoted on the front page of a leading New York 
newspaper. 

H. HART: The year grows shorter, and for the last time the seniors 
compete in spring sports, clown in the Key Club Follies, and dance 
at the Spring Prom. They seem astounded that the day of the 
senior picnic, their final fling, has actually arrived. 

F. FITTS: Now we see seated on the stage a bevy of girls clad in 
soft pastel dresses and boys looking rather uncomfortable in Sun- 
day suits. What IS THIS? . . . 

ALL: Class Day? ... A Last Will and Testament? . . . 

LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 

As this, the Class of 1 960, departs, 

We'd like to speak from the depths 
of our hearts. 

To Mr. Joyner and our teachers of 
the past five years 

We say "thank-you" and regret 
that graduation nears. 

Since we will cherish you, dear 
Reynolds High, 

We want to be remembered by our 
friends, by and by; 

So, juniors, listen carefully because 
what we have to say 

Concerns you, next year's seniors, in 
a very special way. 

Some advice to the Collinses from Jean 
and Joan 

Is to keep the uniqueness that only twins 
own. 

Bill Grant, our head basketball man, 

Urges John Barrow to play the best 
that he can. 

Harvey Morgan leaves Bob Zeh his 
ability to dance. 

Betty Chafin gives Kay Cook her talent 
to prance. 

Linda Reynolds enjoys playing the flute 

And bestows her talent to whom it 
may suit. 

Bob Snow insists that our Reynolds 
High Band 

By going to Washington proved best 
in the land. 

Some words to the juniors are said 
by Jean Cly, 



"Enjoy high school now, for the days do 
fly!" 

Terry Jorvis in Public Speaking did 
find 

Study and work, which he leaves 
behind. 

Charlene Markunas has liked debating 

And tells Carter Philips to make a 
good rating. 

Ann Pulliam is noted for goodness and. 
joy, 

Qualities we all should like to employ. 

Geraldine Howell bestows her science 
knowledge 

To whoever will need it when he gets 
to college. 

Steve Leverton leaves his algebra book 

To some mathematician who through it 
will look. 

Bill Mackie, football player and fan, 

Cheers on Graham Forrest with "Get in there, man!' 

Cabot and Richie give advice to Bill 
Daisy, 

"Support your team and they'll 
never be lazy." 

Glenn McGuan wills his red hair 

To Virginia Simpson, a girl very fair. 

Lawrence Miller gladly gives his car 

To someone who dosen't want to drive 
very far. 

Anna Zimmerman, who is a color guard, 

Encourages Robin Reynolds to work 
really hard. 

Mary Pfaff bequeaths her Dancing Boots 
smile 

To Patricia Walker to use for a while. 

Ann Warren, an excellent baker and 
cook, 

Leaves Betsy Holton her recipe book. 

Jean Hutcherson from Kay Travis is 
receiving 

A box of paint brushes and a pretty 
oil painting. 

Ann Hammill has found in dramatics 
much fun. 

She wills her talent to Sharon Jackson. 

Ann Cowan, our senior migrant from 
Gray, 

Has said, "I like Reynolds so much 
that I'd love to stay." 

The tall, blonde beauty, our Molly Cox, 

Bequeaths to Nita her beautiful locks. 



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Becky Newsome, departing, leaves her clarinet reed 

to bandman, Bob Avery; it's something he'll need. 

To Y-Teen program planning Ann 
Cockerham says goodbye. 

Remembering Monday night meetings, 
Bill Bryant leaves the Hi-Y. 

Robert and Mickey leave their helmets 
and football 

To Howard and Steve, who will need 
them next fall. 

We've told you our many thoughts 
and wishes. 

We've willed to you juniors 

everything but the fishes, 

So now is the proper time to say 

A fond farewell on our Senior Class 
Day. 

As the years fly by, and we all grow 
old. 

Our love for you to our children will 
be told. 

We'll tell them to gain knowledge 
and love their fellowman 

And to cherish our beautiful school 
which on a hill does stand. 

F. FITTS: Oh, let's look beyond Class Day. After all, they have 
three-fourths of their lives yet to live. Let's watch them use all 
the knowledge they have absorbed. Concentrate, prophets; move 
your minds on and on into the future. What do you see? 

S. SWAIN: Wait! What's this? Many of the students are being 
graduated again. 

H. HART: It's the end of their college careers. Equipped with this 
additionial training, they will soon be rising to prominence in 
business, scholarship, and other activities. 

C. PRATT: Let's look at the scholars . . . Karen Bernhard has 
become a geneticist at Columbia University. Experimenting in 
extra-sensory perception at Duke University is the famous para- 
psychologist, Doctor R. William Gegenheimer. 

A. EISENBERG: Isn't he at present trying to decide how David 
Gaskins can carry on mental telepathy with ducks? 

W. WASELL: Yes, and he is analyzing Zena Strub and Sandra 
Dunnagan to see whether they really have women's intuition. 

H. HART: Phyllis Wolberg is a psychiatrist in Detroit, Michigan. 
She has found that automobile manufacturers such as Clint Ash- 
burn, the founder and president of Ashburn Motors, have far 
more problems than any one else on earth. 

S. SWAIN: That's right. In his mammoth corporation Clint has 
five private secretaries: Carole Worrell, who is in charge of the 
files; Judy Sides, in charge of the customers; Judy Bennett, in 
charge of accounting; Barbara Masters, in charge of personnel; 
and Libby Wall, who doesn't do anything but stand around 
decorating the office. 

C. PRATT: After a brilliant career as one of America's top com- 
mercial artists, Jeanne Gallman is the head of the advertising 
department. Melita Parker and Jerry Pegram are her assistants. 
Lloyd Kennington is the designing executive, but Tommy Hauser 
does the work while Lloyd merely signs the specifications. 

F. FITTS: But what about Clint's problems? 



H.- HART: Oh! Janet Gitter and Sandy Snyder have gone into 
business with Jane Fritts to raise horses. They are now heckling 
Ashburn Motors with such advertising slogans as "Horses use 
less gasoline." They are offering a year's supply of oats with every 
purchase. 

A. EISENBERG: Sh! I see a piece of paper, a deed! Archie Whitley 
has bought out Perry Como's national bowling alley chain. It 
was Doug Kinney who put up the money. His book, Symptoms of 
Simplicity, was an international best seller. He had to hire 
mathematician David Robinson just to figure up his income per 
day. 

W. WASSELL: I see David Covington and Scott Johnson. They have 
become gold prospectors in the Sierra Nevadas. Because of the 
high cost of burros, they hired Terry Stewart and Virgil Williams 
to carry their gear. So far they've found nothing. 

S. SWAIN: But they have come up with several suggestions on how 
to improve pork and beans and 101 ways to cook them as a 
steady diet. 

F. FITTS: Why, some members of the class are leaving Tibet. 

C. PRATT: Yes, they are being deported for trying to curb the 
market on Abominable Snowmen. The guilty ones are mountain 
climbers, Adela Kent Nash, Carol Kennedy, and Donald Mc- 
Knight. 

F. FITTS: It was only with considerable difficulty that Arthur 
Woodward, American ambassador to Lhasa, with his assistants, 
Kelly Phillips and Don Springs, persuaded the Dalai Lama not 
to launch a nuclear attack on the United States, by pointing out 
that the Tibetan army is armed chiefly with slingshots. 

W. WASELL: Mike Bradburn is another diplomat in the foreign 
service. He is in charge of Outer Mongolian affairs. 

A. EISENBERG: Gordon Brown is now Dean of Yale Law School. 
His most distinguished graduates have been Jack Granade and 
Carol Hamilton, who with Carroll Marshall, their legal secretary, 
have established a joint law firm specializing in automobile 
accident damage suits. 

C. PRATT: Have they been successful? 

S. SWAIN: Definitely! So far their most important clients are Gai 
Jenkins, a dashing stock-car driver, and Nancy Burgess, owner of 
a rental fleet of antique '59 Impalas. 

H. HART: Oh! 

W. WASELL: What's wrong? Why did you cry out? 

H. HART: Because I just received an inspiration. I can see beyond 
the earth, far, far out into the heavens and among the hurtling 
bodies of space. Benny Orrell is in charge of the first manned 
rocket to Mars. 

A. EISENBERG: .Larry Chandler devoted years of research to the 
construction of the giant missile. 

S. SWAIN: Orrell's party includes Frank Williams and Julian Drake, 
who will study the plant and animal life on Mars. 

W. WASELL: Thus far Mars has been seen only by these people, 
who also included the renowned exporers; Grover Matlock, Aaron 
Mitchell, and Nancy Harrell, who were lost for six weeks while 
exploring the land areas of the planet. 

C. PRATT: Let's come back to earth. 

H. HART: You're just jealous because you can't see beyond the 
clouds. 

C. PRATT: Many people are employed in foreign .countries 
Cameron Cashwell and Tom Cooper, for example, have been 
hired by the Pasha of Uttermost Slobovia to train for the Olym- 
pics that country's tiddlywink team, consisting of Mickey Dowell, 
J. C. Ellison, Tom McKenzie, Clement Key, and Cecelia Elkins. 



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F. FITTS: Jockie Butler and Mary Ruth Elliott are now in Indonesia 
under the auspices of a UN medical program to treat epidemics 
of the creeping jungle skin crawl. 

A. EISENBERG: Their able nurses are Nancie Fulton and Nancy 
Harvel, who will soon have the disease under control. 

S. SWAIN: I see that Judy Brande, Terry Fulp, and Henry Land 
are in Southern Rhodesia teaching the Zulus to read English. 

W. WASELL: Anna Beard and Sandy Stanford are at Harvard 
studying Ubangi under Diane Knighten so that they may become 
missionaries to Africa. 

F. FITTS: Yes, many people are studying abroad or representing 
the United States there. Barney Roberts is living among the 
cannibals of Borneo where he hopes to pick up some native 
rhythms for a jazz combo in Las Vegas and maybe some recipes 
on the side. 

H. HART: He was amazed to find Kent McKeithan, the great 
bongo player, living as the natives' great white chief. 

C. PRATT: Diane Patterson's all-stars who are touring Europe 
include Beth Ammons at the piano, Betsy Bryan on bass, and 
Linda Hauser, who tears up the music with a wild trombone. 
Singers for the group are Florence Wiles, Delores Assaf, and 
Ann Howard. 

W. WASELL: Phillip Simpson, the European correspondent for the 
Winston-Salem Journal, reports the great success of Judy Lawson 
and Mary Schindel's show of the ballet in Paris. 

A. EISENBERG: Becky Burgess has been studying at the Sorbonne 
in Paris, where Robin LaPrelle just submitted her Doctor's thesis 
on the "Influence of Buhddism on Contemporary Franco-British 
Thought Relations." 

H. HART: Mary Moore and Hilda Smith are also in Paris, where they 
are staying with Jane Lane in her apartment. They are writing 
poetry in the new musical language invented by Sandra Henry and 
Carol Redding. It took them years to establish the 300 vowel 
sounds in the new language. 

S. SWAIN: The Jan Kirkham group is now touring Siberia and 
giving evening benefit performances in behalf of destitute salt- 
miners. Dorothy Nowell, Rose Anne Pfohl, and Jackie Sechrist 
are the lead vocalists; Esther Crouse and Sue Rogan are first 
and second violinists. 

C. PRATT: Modern Jazz dancers, Rita Witt and Merinda Bennett, 
give variety to the show. 

W. WASELL: The noted critics Boris Pasternak and Charlotte Allen 
have reviewed the most recent play to be introduced in Russia. 
They describe this drama, Madhouse, by Tommy Hill, as the 
play-of-the-year. Madhouse stars Travis Shamel as Alfred E. 
Newman, the hero, and Janet Williams as the devoted child. 

F. FITTS: Enough of music, drama, and scholarship. I can see 
many of the 1 960 graduates who have become professional 
athletes. Carolyn Upton and Nancy Cresswell are the world's 
fastest swimmers. Tennis starts, Karen Kappes and Jimmy Ayers, 
are the victors over all the present Australian champions. 

A. EISENBERG: Charles Cheech is on Shirley Lowery's bowling 
team. 

H. HART: That's the team which recently won that excruciating 
match with the Korean Bowling team, isn't it? 

A. EISENBERG: Ves, and Carolyn Price, Arthur Spaugh, and Benny 
Moore are planning to start a new bowling team with a new type 
of game; they try to hit a ball with all ten pins. 

S. SWAIN: But Benny isn't in complete agreement with them. He 
wants to use his golf club to knock the pins down the alley. 



C. PRATT: Speaking of golf, Bob Gibson has outshown Sammy 
Snead. He is now teaching Donald Dwiggins, Elaine Fulmer, and 
Walter Whitener how to play. 

F. FITTS: But the scene is changing. I see a wild, wide, white land. 
Cold and glistening beneath a frozen sun, it rises above the 
ice-bound sea. 

W. WASELL: Why, that's only Antartica. 

S. SWAIN: Yes, but look — people! 

C. PRATT: People? All I can see are penguins. 

F. FITTS: You're some prophet! Look farther inland. Gail McKenzie, 
Shirley Gatewood, and Jack O'Brien are leaders of the American 
Antartic Colony. 

H. HART: Naturally, John Miller is there to look after Rosser 
Marion's Jet planes. 

W. WASELL: Wilson Lamb is there to keep the radios working. 

A. EISENBERG: Emily Hester, Betsy Washburn, and Eugenia Mac- 
keras have just left Antartica with several dozen recipes for 
preparing penguin steaks, walrus roasts, and whalebone soup. 

S. SWAIN: Sandra Livengood, Pat Pass, and Richard Church took 
up residence in the colony to escape the worry and frustration of 
civilized life. Billie Lanier and Henry Sapp want new views and 
inspirations to boost their artistic careers. 

F. FITTS: Margie Triplett is staying in Antarctica to perfect her 
ice-skating, which has won her world fame. 

C. PRATT: Several tourists have been attracted also. Among them 
is Ronald Mace whose book, How to Keep Warm in the Cold, 

brought him enough money to furnish Antartica with an out- 
of-doors radiant heating system. 

H. HART: But the ice remains, for Iris Bonds, the soprano, reach- 
ing the highest note ever heard, destroyed Ronald's contribution 
to the colony. 

W. WASELL: Ronnie Gasque gave water skiing lessons to another 
tourist, Kay Wooten, during the season; while fishermen, Eddie 
Johnson and Larry Taylor, caught a small blue whale and are 
now mailing a five-year supply of blubber to friends back home. 

S. SWAIN: John Watson, the S. P. C. A. president, visited with 
Donald Huff long enough to investigate claims that certain 
colonists were being cruel to seals. 

F. FITTS: Poula Rau, the social worker, shortly afterwards issued 
a report on the suitability of Little America as a home for dis- 
placed Eskimos. Her survey is now under consideration by Bob 
Payne and Sandra Marshall in Washington. 

A. EISENBERG: I see a vision of success — Betty Whitener is run- 
ning a secretarial school in New York; she has hired Carolyn 
Church, Judy Brookshire, and Patti Lewis to help her teach. 

C. PRATT: Oh, yes, on the same floor of the building, Diane 
Pipkin has her interior decorating studio, where Carole Simons 
designs furnishings in the modern Arabesque style she invented. 

H. HART: A short three blocks away, Mike Parish and his junior 
partners, Frank Lloyd Wright, Jr. and Bobby Jones, have estab- 
lished their offices. They are recognized as some of the best 
architects in the land. 

W. WASELL: Kay Priddy, Shirley Nichols, and Linda Finlayson run 
Fifth Avenue's most exclusive beauty salon and cosmetic sales- 
room. Their famous plaster of Paris and portland cement facial 
pack has enhanced the beauty of such models as Pat Williams 
and Molly Dwiggins. 



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S. SWAIN: Adair Clifton, heiress to a colossal fortune in biscuit 
company stocks, has a standing account with Priddy-Nichols, 
Incorporated, to ship her a weekly supply of cosmetics. 

A. EISENBERG: In Denver, Colorado, Walter Brothers and Laidley 
Pannill have built a Western sports car center — the largest 
service center for foreign automobiles in the country. 

A. FITTS: Brenda Barringer joined the Navy and rose through the 
ranks to become the first woman ever to hold the position of 
chief of staff. 

C. PRATT: Jim Parsons is also prominent in Naval circles, as the 
first officer ever to sink a submarine by breaking the periscope 
glass. 

H. HART: In Russia, Carolyn Valetos is employed in Hotel Moscow 
as a telephone operator; actually she's an American espionage 
agent. 

W. WASELL: Do you see that Robert Chew and Bobby Leinbach, 
once electronics engineers, have turned into disc jockeys? Their 
programs consist of anything from Yugoslavian love songs to 
Brazilian work ballads. Sometimes they even include one of 
madcap composer Bill Smith's "Garbage-Can Serenades." 

C. PRATT: Jim Parks, a guide in the Yukon, set out to take pho- 
tographer, Jack Stuart, in search of photogenic countryside. 
All they found, however, was revenuer Jim McCoy, combing the 
hills for bootleggers. 

F. FITTS: Guess what I see! 

S. SWAIN: I don't have to guess. I can see it too. It's David Angell, 
who is the head of the Intelligence Agency. He administers and 
directs the national Intelligence Tests. 
# 

W. WASELL: He, in person, tested Eva Ann Adams, Ann Ashburn, 
and Pattie Bacon. In a confidential report to a scientific agency, 
he said that the results were "astounding!" By using a new 
machine they could remember dates they learned all the way 
back in senior history at Reynolds High School. 

H. HART: Jimmy Binkley, Susan Davidson, and Louis Bouvier, as 
a result of the same test, are being held for further study and 
observation at a nationally known institution for the ones with 
unusually high mentality. 

A. EISENBERG: Another leader in his field is Bill Crump, the war- 
den of San Quentin Detention home, and Glenn Hart, who holds 
a similar post in Sing-Sing. So far none of their classmates have 
been imprisoned. 

F. FITTS: Doug Spear almost broke their record, but he called 
his senator, John Kinney, who ran on the Independent Pogo Tic- 
ket against Bill Gottenstrater. The misunderstanding was rap- 
idly corrected. 

H. HART: Jimmy Stokes has become the "Liberator of the Carib- 
bean," with his fearless band of adventurers, including David 
Hanna, Brent Evans, and Eddie Tierney. 

C. PRATT: The famed Stokes brigade is wreaking havoc among the 
principalities of the Antilles. John Jasinkiewecz, strong man of 
the Dominican Republic, fled with his follower Ronald Hodges 
upon the approach of the brigade. 

S. SWAIN: While in Cuba, Stokes and his associates were enter- 
tained by the new calypso group, Ben Blackburn and His Friends. 

A. EISENBERG: Bill McCanless and Johnny Rehder, who did run 
a banana plantation, joined the Stokes brigade in Haiti. 

W. WASELL: Bobby Stimpson became camp surgeon after he as 
accidentally captured. He and the nurse, Beverly Barrett, have 
been working on the removal of Bill Fobert's left hand from the 
springs in his bunk. Bill's fellow-sol "Her, Stan Dillon, had a broken 
rib set the same day. He accidentally shut himself up in his 
foot-locker. 



S. SWAIN: Oh, come now! Enough of the Revolution! Look how 
peaceful ond prosperous everything is in America. Larry Cooe 
is president of U.S. Steel, and Tom Davenport is the leader of 
the United Steel-Workers. At last harmony dominates the labor- 
management scene. 

F. FITTS: Fred Bradshaw is a supermarket executive who plays the 
stock market on the side. His broker, of course, is Joanne Reece, 
the mathematical genius who amassed a fortune on the market 
before she finished trigonometry in college. 

H. HART: Garry Pitts has opened a gymnasium with the slogan, 
"Grow Tall While You Can." 

W. WASELL: Andy Dinkins, with the assistance of Ralph Messick, 
runs a chain of restaurants called Andy's Handles. 

A. EISENBERG: Yes, I can see one now. It's in East Chicago. Do 
you see whom I see? 

C. PRATT: Who? 

A. EISENBERG: Oh, of course you couldn't see it. 

C. PRATT: Wait a minute, now I can. There are Rebecca Bowman, 
Leslie Davis, and Dale Thompson, lingering over well-done 
buffalo-burgers, the specialty of the house. 

H. HART: Martha Ann Roberson, Terry Decker, and Roddy Hunter 
raise buffaloes for commercial purposes. Their chief competitor 
is Wyoming cattle rancher, Roger Howard, whose booming busi- 
ness has made him and his share-croppers Bruce Cooper, Fred 
Burton, and Jimmy Willis millioniares. 

F. FITTS: Gene Miller ond Curtis Cox are in the rare foods busi- 
ness. At present their business representative, Joe Ridgell, is in 
the Andes Mountains, trying to conclude a contract with Wilson 
Curlee, who is raising vicunas in Bolivia. 

A. EISENBERG: Patricia Ann Burton, translator for the UN, spe- 
cializes in Hindustani. 

C. PRATT: Tommy Hayes has replaced Henry Cabot Lodge as 
permanent delegate to the UN from the United States. 

S. SWAIN: Look! Beth Chambers and Judy Martin are porpoise 
wrestlers at the Maritime Gardens in Florida. 

W. WASELL: Bill Cushman and Wayne Redman have become an- 
thropologists. Right now they aren't studying anything because 
they are content to live on the money they made by investing 
their small savings in Carol Sheets's Instant Pizza Company. The 
endeavor was so successful that now her firm has produced 
instant ravioli, spagetti, and lasagne. 

W. WASELL: Now then; we've seen the entire Class of 1960. I'm 
the best prophet on earth because I was able to see even the last 
of them. 

C. PRATT: Yes, but I was able to find the ones in foreign lands; 
I deserve first place. 

H. HART: No, neither of you is best — I am. Can't you remember 
how I predicted the conquest of outer space and saw those people 
on Mars? 

F. FITTS: You predicted it, but not all of us saw that at all. I 
don't believe it will ever happen; but I . . . . 

CLOSING 

And so the contest ended. Each seer was convinced of his 
own superiority and refused to recognize the merits of any 
other. In fact we are in doubt whether any of them predicted the 
future truthfully. 

Historians: Agnes Fitts, Ann Hart 

Prophets: Sally Eisenberg, Norwood Pratt, Beth Swain 

Testator: Nancy Wasell 



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JIMMY BUNN 

President 



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Vice-President 



PATSY PEARCE 

Secretary 




KED KEPLER 

Treasurer 




Miss Mary Martin serves as sponsor of the 
junior class. 




Members of the Junior-Senior Committee are First row: G. Forrest, J. Davis, 
B. Daisy, S. Heckard, L Rice, B. Flintom, C. Little. Second row: B. Davis 
J. Stafford, A. Badgett, B. Lineberger, S. Bain, M. Singletary, B. Holton, 
N. Cox, J. Collins, J. Hutcherson, B. Heefner. 



LOIS ABERNETHY 
NANCY ADAMS 
SUSAN ADAMS 
SUE AIREY 

DAVID ALEXANDER 
WOODY ALEXANDER 
JUDY ALLRED 



BUCK ANDERSON 
JOE APPERSON 

JAMES ASHCROFT 
SUSAN ASPDEN 
LESLIE ATKINSON 
BOB AVERY 

ANN BADGETT 




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MARIAN BAGNAL 
PEGGY BAGNAL 
BEVERLY BAILEY 
SHARON BAIN 
JANE BARBER 

SARAH BETTE BARNHARDT 
JOHN BARROW 



PAYTON BATES 
LINDA BEACH 
JOYCE BEARD 
JON BEDNERIK 
TERRY BEITCHMAN 
RONNEY BELTON 
PAM BENBOW 



LARRY BENNETT 
SHARRON BENSON 
WINFIELD BEROTH 
DIANNE BINKLEY 
RUTH BINKLEY 
WANDA BINKLEY 
TOMMY BLALOCK 



LOIS BLOMQUIST 

SANDRA BODENHEIMER 
SUSAN BODNAR 
GEORGE BONEY 
JUDY BOWMAN 
WILLIAM BOYLE 
ROY BREDDER 





SUSIE BRENNER 

BETTY LOU BRICKER 
LAWRENCE BRIGGS 
BRENDA BRIGMAN 

MARIAN BROCKWELL 
JACK BROOKS 
VICKI BROWN 



FAM BROWNLEE 
BETTY LEE BULLA 
JIMMY BUNN 
SARAH BURGESS 
BILL BURKE 
KATHI BURKE 

LINDA BURROWS 



BONNIE BLUE BURTON 
DON BURTON 
ANN BUTNER 
BARBARA BYERLY 
LARRY BYRD 
MARTIN CAGLE 

VICKIE CAMPBELL 



CYNTHIA CANN 
JAMES CANULL 
ELOISE CARLTON 
ROGER CARLTON 
JUDY CARPENTER 
KEN CARTER 
LYNN CARTER 



MARY BETH CHAFIN 
BILLY CHAMBERS 
ROBERT CHAMBERS 
MEREDITH CHANDLER 
DON CHIPMAN 
JOHN CHITTY 

BARBARA CLARK 



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MADELINE CLARY 
JAMES CLAY 
JUDY COLLINS 
PATSY COLLINS 
CAROLYN COLTER 
PAULA COMBS 
TOM CONRAD 



DIANNA COOK 
KAY COOK 

TRUDY COOKE 
BEVERLY COX 
NITA COX 

BILLY CRATER 
LARRY CRUSE 



CHARLES CUNNINGHAM 
BILL DAISY 

ROGER DAVID 
ANNE DAVIS 

BARBARA DAVIS 
BEVERLY DAVIS 
BILL DAVIS 



CHESTER DAVIS 
JOHNNY DAVIS 
LINDA DAVIS 
SUSAN DAWSON 
RONNIE DECKER 
STEVE DISHER 
DAVID DIZE 



MARY RUTH DOBBINS 
BOB DOWNING 
LINDA DOWNS 
CARL VON DOYMI 
DOUG DRUMMOND 
STEVE DULA 
DIANNE DULL 



DONNA DULL 
JAMES DUNCAN 

JOHNNY EARNHARDT 
FRED EBERT 

MARY FRANCES EDENS 
FREDDY EINSTEIN 
CHARLES ELKINS 



RALPH ELLEN 
KENNETH ESSEX 
CHARLES EVANS 
MICHAEL EVANS 
ELSA EYSENBACH 
JOAN EYSENBACH 
ABBY FARTHING 



GENNY FEREBEE 
JANIE FLEENOR 
BILL FLINTOM 
FRANK FOLB 

GRAHAM FORREST 
KENT FOX 

PICK FREEMAN 



SUE FRENCH 

CECELIA FULMER 
LINDA FULTON 
CAROLE GAINES 

BARBARA GARDNER 

NANCY GARDNER 

LARRY GEORGE 




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RANDY GIBSON 

RICHARD GILMORE 
DAVID GREEN 
BETTY GREER 
GWEN GRICE 

BARBARA GUENTHER 
KATHRYN HAMPTON 



BOB HANCOCK 

KATHLEEN HANCOCK 
LIBBY HARDING 
SHERRY HARDY 
DIANE HARPER 
LIBBY HARPER 
DALE HARRIMAN 



JAMES HARRINGTON 

JOHNNIE LYNN HARROLD 
SANDRA HARVEL 
CHARLES HAUSER 
DIANE HAWORTH 
STEVE HECKARD 

BETTY GRAY HEEFNER 



JOE HELSABECK 
BONNIE HEMRICK 
KED HEPLER 
SUE HEPLER 

LINDA HERITAGE 
GLENDA HERMAN 
RICHARD HERRING 




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JOEL HICKS 

STUART HIGHSMITH 
MICHAL HILL 
LAN A HINES 
RUBY HOLDER 
SUSAN HOLMES 
BETSY HOLTON 



PAM HOOPER 
SUSAN HOWELL 
BRENDA HUCKS 
RODDY HUDSON 
KEITH HUNTER 
BILLY HURST 

JEANIE HUTCHERSON 



WAYNE INGALLS 
CHUCK JACKSON 
LIBBY JACKSON 
SHARON JACKSON 
ARTHUR JACOBSEN 
BETTY JAHNKE 
STEPHEN JAMES 



ALEX JARVIS 
SARAH JOBE 
WALTER JOEST 
PRECILLA JOHNSON 
NORMAN KATZ 

KATHLEEN KELLEHER 
POLLY KELLOG 



BARBARA KENT 
R. B. KING 

DONNA KIRBY 
JANE KNOUSE 
NANCY KOELMEL 
JIMMY LAMN 
CAM LANE 



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BONNIE LANIER 
THERESA LANIER 
BILLY LEAKE 
CHUCK LEE 

NORWOOD DDE 
JEAN LIGON 

EDDIE LINCOLN 



BARBARA LINEGERBER 
CONNIE LITTLE 
PAUL LITTLE 
DEE ANNE LOFLAND 
THOMAS LOFLIN 
BARRY LONG 

MARTIN LORBER 



DOUGLAS LUDLUM 
JOE LUDWIG 
SHEILA LUND 
DAVID LYON 

MARGARET MABE 
WILBURN MANUEL 
CHARLSEY MARION 



CAROLINE MARR 
JANE MARSHALL 
MARJORIE MARTIN 
RAMONA MARTIN 
KATHRYN MASTEN 
SUSAN MATUSZAK 
BILL McCALL 



SUE ELLEN McCUISTON 
JAMES McGRAW 
ROBERTA MENZ 
DAVID MICKEY 
CAROL MILLER 
KENT MILLER 
TED MILLER 



DORIS MILLS 

SHARON MOONEY 
DORIS MOORE 
WAYNE MOORE 
DON MORRIS 

HOWARD MORRIS 
JAMES MOTSINGER 



RONNIE MURRAY 
LYNN MYERS 
DON NEEDHAM 
MIKE NESBIT 
LARRY NIX 
JILL O'BRIEN 
HELEN ODOM 



MARSHALL ORR 
ANN ORRELL 

MARGARET ORRELL 
AVERETTE OVERBY 
JAMES PAGETT 
CHRIS PAPPAS 

JEAN CAROL PARKER 



ROBIN PARNELL 
DAVID PARRISH 
JACKEE PEACE 
PATSY PEARCE 
RAY PENRY 

RICHARD PERRYMAN 
JAN PETERSON 





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CARTER PHILIPS 
FRANK PHILLIPS 
MARTHA PHILLIPS 
TED PHILLIPS 
STEVE PHILO 

ROBERT PICKETT 



LINDA POTEETE 
LINDA PRATT 

WILLARD PREUSSEL 
ROBERT PULLIAM 
BONNIE REAVIS 

DANNA REINHARDT 
ROBIN REYNOLDS 



LEON RICE 

CAROLE RIDGEWAY 

LONNA RIEMENSCHNEIDER 
BARBARA RIX 

JERRY ROBERTSON 
LINDA RODGERS 
DENISE ROGERS 



SUSAN ROYSTER 
TOM RUCKER 
PATSY RUDOLPH 
HENRY RUSS 
JANE RUSSELL 
MIKE RUSSELL 
KATINA RUSSOS 





CAROLE SAINTSING 
MARILYN SAKS 
LEN SALE 
ALEX SARRATT 
DAVID SAUNDERS 
GAIL SAVAGE 
HERB SCHILLER 



JOAN SCHNEIDER 

HAROLD SCHUITMAKER 
MARGARET SCHULTZ 
EDDIE SCOTT 
IRA SHAPIRO 

ROBERT SHAVER 
JANET SHEETS 



SANDRA SHELOR 
KAROLYN SH ELTON 
SANDRA SHEPHERD 
GILBERT SHERMER 
DAVID SIMMONS 
VIRGINIA SIMPSON 
MICKEY SINGLETARY 



JO ANN SKEEN 
JAMES SMITH 
SANDY SMITH 
SHIRLEY SMITH 

SANDRA SMOTHERS 
JIMMY SNOW 
NANCY SNOW 



WALTER SOLOMAN 
I. B. SOUTHERLAND 
RONNIE SPAINHOUR 
JUANITA SPEIGHT 
JO ANN STAFFORD 
DIANE STANFORD 
MICHAEL STANFORD 



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PAULA STANFORD 
SKIP STANLEY 

NANCY STANSFIELD 
HENRY STARBUCK 
BETSY STEELE 
SUSAN STEERE 
DONNA STEIFEL 



JIMMIE STINE 
KAY STONE 

ANN STRICKLAND 
LES STRUMFELS 
DAVID STUART 
DORIS SYKES 
MARY TALLEY 



WALLY TATE 
KAY TEAGUE 

WILSON TENNILLE 
ROSA TESH 

CAROL THACKER 
RUSSEL THOMAS 
GLENN THRUSH 



CAROLYN TILLOTSON 
ROSALYN TILLOTSON 
CALVIN TROGDON 
BETTY TUCKER 
RICHARD TURNER 
MAJOR TUTTLE 
FRAN UBELE 



MARY VANDERVER 
MARTHA WAGGONER 
GAYLE WALKER 
PATRICIA WALKER 
DOROTHY WALL 
LINDA WALL 
STEVE WALL 



PAT WALTON 

MADISON WALTON 

JACK WASKEY 

LINDA WATSON 

MARSHA WATSON 

MIKE WATTS 

JAKE WEAVER 



LINDA WEAVIL 
JUDY WERTZ 
ELAINE WESTMORELAND 
BRUCE WHICKER 
PATTY WHISNANT 
BOB WHITE 
JOE WHITE 



ANN WHITNEY 
RONNIE WILLARD 
ANN WILSON 
CONNIE WISE 
DAVID WOLFE 
VERNON WOLFE 
LARRY WOODALL 



BARBARA WRIGHT 

JIMMY YOUNG 

BOB ZEH 

BUDDY ZIMMERMAN 
SANDY ZIMMERMAN 



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ROBERT LAKE 

President 



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ROSIE ASHBURN 

Secretary 




Mrs. Fearrington serves as sponsor of the sopho- 
more class. 



PAM BAIN 

Vice-President 




BOB BLAIR 

Treasurer 




10 A and B 

First Row: M. Silverman, T. Brewer, D. Pfefferkorn, G. Collette, K. Welfare, C. Harris, K. Amen, D. Kanoy, J. Roberts, E. Goodman, R. Groce, N 
Piper, H. Nanzetta, L. Holmes. Second Row: N. Mayer, S. Sulkin, S. Beckerdite, J. Durana, V. Ekvall, A. Hauser, E. Latimer, E. Dize, V. 
Boyle, K. Sapp, B. Gegenheimer, M. Wallace, M. Miller, A. Parker, S. Hine, S. Young, C. Donovan. Third Row: M. Foltz, P. Metcalf, V. Price, A. 
Drake, K. Grubbs, L. Young, D. Carlberg, B. Fitts, F. Bahnson, K. Traylor, B. Keller, S. Brown, M. Edison, M. Byers, V. Poindexter, P. Licker, D. 
Lineback, S. Stroupe. Fourth Row: B. Schiller, B. Rhudy, B. Groat, G. Harmon, D. Porter, D. Meschan, B. Blair, T. McKenzie, W. Starbuck, M. 
Harrington. 



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10 C and D 

First Row: J. Woodward, C. Johansen, K. Jones, P. Kimel, L. Simpson, P. Jones, V. Blalock, S. Packard, P. Murray, T. Mack, J. Holton, J. Foster, 
J. Butler, L. Coleman. Second Row: P. Bain, B. Cox, D. Smirhdeal, C. Todd, P. Stallings, A. Steele, M. Gold, B. Wilson, S. Collins, C. Vaughn, C. 
Chandler, L. Crawford, J. Blackburn, D." Kline, M. R. Frye, J. Fleenor, C. Peters, C. Shields, C. Bagnal. Third Row: M. Davis, S. Wall, S. Bern- 
hardt, J. Petree, E. Seiwers, J. Parker, E. Wenger, M. Zauber, B. White, K. Adams, R. Harper, B. Reich, A. Smith, M. Stafford, A. Rogan, 
M. Rogan, P. Petree, M. R. Roberts, M. L. Bates. Fourth Row: B. Snyder, P. Miller, T. Kimball, T. Eddleman, B. Grienway, B. Lowrey, J. Apple- 
yard, T. Cordell, M. Moore, R. J. Lake. 




10 E and F 

First Row: P. McCormick, C. Inabinet, C. Robertson, J. Ferris, B. Gordon, B. Bayless, M. Blackmore, M. McKeirhen, C. Mowery, J. Duncan, M. 
Wolfe, S. Bagnal, E. Horwitz, J. Hill, P. Henry, T. Dysart, M. McCoy, D. Forsyth. Second Row: D. Church, P. Smithdeal, M. Lee, H. Peoples, 
V. Lovell, L. Stokes, E. McGuire, A. Moddrey, C. Vaughn, L. Sims, V. Wood, B. Poe, M. White, E. Chipman, D. Sprinkle, S. Cooper, C. McEvan, 
R. Robinson, H. Carduck. Third Row: D. Owen, P. Hart, P. Hahn, J. Hamrick. B. Collins, J. Dillon, B. Waldman, J. Fitzgerald, M. Artman, J. 
Stewart, G. Stockton, B. Seibels, T. Thornton, C. Lincoln, N. Crews, E. Crumpler, P. Amos, P. Huband. Fourth Row: C. Gentry, B. Sherrill, W. Kirk- 
patrick, J. Kausch, J. Russell, P. Hightower, C. Veitch, R. Maynard, J. Middleton, L. Gordon. 



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10 G and H 

First Row: D. Barnard, C. Nanny, M. Cody, L. Edwards, A. McLeod, N. Foster, A. Petty, B. Trotter, K. Kirkland, R. Ashburn, B. Granade, P. Lewis, 
A. Cabe, A. Disher. Second Row: S. Aspden, J. Henson, S. Kaplan, P. Hamilton, P. Dunham, P. Richard, M. Swaney, L. Dqhlen, B. Gibson, B. Gib- 
son, C. Baldwin, R. Greene, B. Vaughn, B. Boyd, M. Clayton, M. Yandell, J. Turner, C. Simons. Third Row: L. Brewer, B. King, A. Smither, J. Coe, 
L. Stewart, B. Parker, D. McLennon, D. Byerly, B. Sutton, K. Davis, B. Pike, F. Richardson, J. Hutcherson, J. Morris, J. Stevenson, C. Hail'ey, J. 
Vauznheimer, G. Gentry, J. Moore, L. Greech, G. Yarbrough. Fourth Row: A. Brown, B. Cooper, T. Ogburn, D. Craver, D. Davis, W. Middleman, 
D. Willis, D. King, D. Shaffner. 




10 J and K 

First Row: M. Fobert, W. Cornelius, M. Yarbrough, B. Cranfill, D. Ferguson, D. Way, C Rogers, G- Goo^dwin.Second Row: L Thomas L Martin, 
J Pitts B Moffie, B. Benbow, J. Harrington, K. Hill, B. Brewer, M. Helton, F. Lanier, S. Decker, P. Baker J Sefus. Third Row L Pate, C. 
Sprinkle, B. Benbow, J. Davis F. Staton,L. Honeycutt, B. Scott, J. Staton, F. Freudig, W Nail D. Fowter, D. Wpoten, D- Craver, PL tte, K. 
Coplin, C. Carter. Fourth Row: N. Drane, H. Wade, R. Crook, G. Schimmeck, W. Bostic, S. Blake, A. Mallaweigh, B. Hartman, A. Ballard, L. 
Wright. 



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10 L and M 

First Row: M. Thomas, M. Zimmerman, B. Forrest, N. Putman, R. Devlin, F. Parnell, K. Howell, N. Hemmings, L. Brown, E. Poteete. Second Row: 
J. Gay, D. Livengston, D. Long, J. Snyder, P. Lightner, M. Johnson, J. Duggins, B. Brown, G. Conrad, I. Olsen, E. Isgett, M. Perkins, L. Sanders, 
C. Feinman, P. Bird, S. Kemp. Third Row: B. Frye, W. Edwards, M. Mirchew, H. Smith, T. Foster, B. Spencer, E. Todd, J. Baker, D. Harris, J. 
Beard, R. Andrew, D. Drummond, G. Shore, D. Norwood, B. Foster. Fourth Row: W. Walker, J. Wooten, M. Cofer, B. Whitherington, J. Samuel, C. 
Brown, B. Brockwell, D. Coin, F. Williams. 




10 N, P # R 

First Row: G. Bryant, A. Bumgarner, A. Fragakis, K. Lanier, D. Norman, A. Nelson, B. Georgoulias, L. Carroll, J. Ziglar, D. Dohrman, B. Ben- 
nett. Second Row: A. Davis, D. Yountz, P. Davis, H. Overcash, F. Disher, J. Gardoner, B. Disher, G. Whitfield, E. Katzin, C. McKnight, B. Swaim, 
J. Orrell, J. Cranfill, J. Brown, S. Angel. Third Row: J. Brookbank, P. Hondros, R. Cox, M. Owens, F. Cason, E. Hunt, J. Roberts, A. Hill, G. Rob- 
ertson, M. S. Rettinger, B. Bondurant, R. M. Smith, B. Long, J. C. McDowell, G. Petty. Fourth Row: D. Byrd, T. Brown, A. Wood,D. Davenport, T. 
Bradshaw, R. Trivette, H. Smith, R. Warren, T. Lockard. 



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9 A and B 

First Row: A. Clowes, L. Kimel, S. Kinney, L. Kimball, M. Thornton, A. Warren, S. Nash, J. Slawter, M. Swanson, C. Carlton, M. B. Hinkle, S. Clif- 
ton, B. Kornegay, J. Miller. Second Row: A. Speas, M. A. Saunders, D. Bell, S. Yount, D. Rogers, C. A. Tate, B. K. Harris, B. B. Harris, P. Alexan- 
der, A. Balafas, R. Beach, K. Joyce, J. Sherrill, R. Blackwell, B. Dixson, K. Harrison, B. Brock, J. Bruebaker. Third Row: C. Hanna, S. Thompson, 
C. Matthews, P. Van Dorsten, W. Weaver, J. Ford, M. Mitchell, J. Frost, K. Wilcox, N. Davenport, D. Dunford, S. Thomas, G. Schaum, J. A. Pick- 
ett,L. Hauser, G. Ruff, M. Sams, E. Tucker, K. Cockerham, P. Fearrington. Fourth Row: M. Swaringen, B. Whitaker, E. Marion, D. King, J. Mal- 
colm, J. Gaddy, G. Tuttle, C. Wilson, R. Crowder. 




9 C and D 

First Row: K. Brewer, H. Tomlinson, M. Ellison, A. Shields, R. Mathes, L. Ballard, C. Oehman, B. Adams, C. Green, L. Foley, S. Brooks, D. Grassi, 
D. Brown. Second Row: M. A. Fulton, B. Glenn, J. Haynes, C. Bennett, C. Pratt, M. Chambers, C. White, J. Holton, R. Trent, S. Workman, L. Cop- 
pie, J. Waller, J. Fulp, H. Wells, R. A. Marion, J. Agee, S. Whicker, G. White, J. Vickers, M. Strader, G. Kelly. Third Row: M. Marcuson, A. 
Powers, B. P. Thomas, J. Weeks, S. Mehlen, B. Pope, P. Bambalis, J. Thomas, L Averette, S. Spurr, B. Staley, D. Johnson, B. Vance, B. Petree, C. 
Deleot, B. Clary, M. Thrift, S. Sparks, B. Fulp, R. Hoots, B. Justice, S. M. Newell, B. Norman. Fourth Row: B. Wilson, R. Philips, T. Vernon, J. 
Tucker, T. Holton, F. Martin, B. Farwell, S. Davis, D. Hobbs. 



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9 E and F 

First Row: M. Mitchell, K. Porth, S. McCling, B. Harris, N. Hester, D. Gobble, V. Young, S. Hoffman, A. Conrad, B. Stanley, J. Samaras, S. Ed- 
wards. Second Row: B. Richardson, A. Laughter, J. Gilmore, D. Hill, C. Parrish, J. Harding, M. Cass, E. Kirby, W. Dize, K. Smith, B. Davis, C. 
Winder, J. Minton, N. Reece, V. Yokeley, K. Clauset. Third Row: P. Poindexter, B. Johnson, S. James, E. Enders, S. Johnson, A. Brownlee, L. Mc- 
Leod, G. Reid, P. Hauser, J. Pfefferkorn, C. Hicks, B. Rose, C. Gaines, C. Buste, R. Miller, K. Smith, A. Thacker, B. Joyner, A. Herndon. Fourth 
Row: W. Eysenbach, T. Canull, B. Benton, J. Covington, S. Bradford, S. Blackwell, T. Streetman, G. Greene, M. Crater. 




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ter, T. Bush, F. Hough, S. Butner, R. Angell. 



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9 J and K 

First Row: H. Murray, D. Pulliam, M. Stuart, J. Brsdder, J. Divine, G. Specs, W. Whitfield, H. Pardue, C. Westmoreland, J. Lowder, B. Boyles, 
B. Bouldin, J. Beck. Second Row: R. Herb, B. Earl, J. Kittinger, J. Frahm, J. Harrold, C. Tobin, T. Dahlen, B. Atkinson, B. Smith, J. Allred, C. 
Webste, S. Johnson, J. Coan, S. Cuningham, B. Stewart. Third Row: B. Washburn, D. Walker, K. Dawson, M. Henry, C. Peters, B. Wallin, S. Kul- 
anko, R. Bennett, E. Johnson, K. Throckmorton. 




9 L, M, N 

First Row: M. Mills, L. Ketchie, T. Bates, M. Levy. Second Row: T. Fultz. D. Haase, D. Holder, P. Tucker, J. Vaught, G. Stallings, N. Cranpr, S. 
Cranfill, L. Shore, D. Keaton, M. Budd, B. Myers. Third Row: K. Conrad, V. Lawrence, L. Parrish, C. Doub, B. Jones, C. Rourk, B. Gilbert; H. 
Thomas, J. Wooten, L. Shutt, G. Shore, J. McRae, W .Everhart, B. Buckner, D. McClenny, D. Russell. Fourth Row: P. Tesh, V. Howell, J. Cham- 
bers, L. Ellison, J. Trivette. 



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"You are my sunshine!" 

Capers 
of the Underclassmen 




The Seniors Rock at the Beach! 




All night long! 



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Keep your eye on the ball! 






That "wind blown" look! 









Ready "N" Set! 




Take a ride one time! 



Seeing is believing! 



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Cool, clear water! 




Take it 

easy, 

Nita! 




Now let's don't be a pig! 




The two "Blondies!' 





The call of the wild! 




Love at first sight! 



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Sunburned Jeanie! 




"Flex" 



The night owls! 





Don't get rough, girls! 




Curiosity kills the cat! 



Hold that line, hey! 



Height of inno- 
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STEVE PHILO 

Secretary 



BRITT SMITH 

Vice-President 




Student Coumm 




Th« purpose ^^^^dejfk^inci^lio 
uphojd'^hji.-ftromote the Hpn^2yste«7o 
order td;d6yelor>- a'WrV^s£ot omspnai 
honesty '%n'>'e6$h'.tyudehk.> Jfl\ '^m^ 
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discussed student gove'iptiM^ttS^wojS- 
tions of the Honor Pofrj&?^23rf ifafe 
activities included helping n^vs^achfef* 
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vention in Durham, cfn^.^orrfldctift'g^'t^e 
prayers during exams. 





*.!?. n W D B ' ,^ D He D efner '-r P ' Bowers < M. Jackson, R. Lake, J. Barrow, R. L. Ashburn, N. Wasell, A. Speas. Second 
row. D. Powell, P. Bam, Treasurer; B. Smith, Vice-President; A. Fitts, President; S. Philo, Secretary; K. Hepler. 



House 0\ Representatives 




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Firrif row: B. Holton, Secretary; M. Gold Treasurer; S. Lineberger, Speaker; C. Adams, Speaker Pro-Tempore, absent. 
Second row: M. Cody, L. Holmes, M. BrockweU, A. Conrad, P. Orrell, J. MtHton, N, Fulton, C. Pratt, V. Currin, J. Ed- 
monds, J. Slawter, i. Decker, P. Bowers, C. Westmoreland, C. Inabinet, S. Bain. Third row: S. Eisenberg, S. Little 
L. Fuller, N. Cranor, IC Harofjton, C. Padgett, C. Conrad, A. Steele, C. Todd, E. McGuire, B. Forrest, S. Brenner, 
S. Howell, N. Gardner, B. Walsh, P. Dunham, J. Fulp. Fourth row: IC Wilcox, B, Steele, B. Bulla, J. Martin, L. Ellison, 
C. Little, B. Shaver, B. Blair, B. Leake, D. O'Flaherty, B. Zeh, D. Drummond, P. Hondros, B. Benbow, T. Brown, B. Or- 
rell, M. Parrish, A. Warren. 

SANDRA LINEBERGER 

Speaker 




House Court members: Sharon Bain, Mrs. 
Reich, sponsor; Phyllis Dunham, Kent Wil- 
cox, and Pat Bowers. 






CARL ADAMS 

Speaker Pro Tempore 



BETSY HOLTON 

Secretary 



Running in the halls, trash on the 
school grounds, trays left on the cafeteria 
tables — these were familiar problems 
discussed by the House of Representa- 
tives this year. The members, who met 
on the second Tuesday of every month, v 
worked constantly to uphold the stand- 
ards of the honor policy and to promote 
the general welfare of the school. 





MILLIE GOLD 

Treasurer 





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Ann Warren and Susan 
Thorpe, Senior Editors, 
work with seemingly end- 
less numbers of pictures. 




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I. B. Southerland and 
Dick Porter, our photog- 
raphers, rest for a minute 
during their busy sche- 
dule. 



PHYLLIS RAY 

Co-Editor 



MARY ELIZABETH 

Co-Editor 



HUNT 



Room 124 seemed to be in a state of 
perpetual confusion as the Black and Gold 
staff members rushed frantically to meet 
the annual deadline. There never seemed 
to be a day when flash bulbs weren't pop- 
ing, typewriters clicking, or students calling 
out instructions. It was worth all the effort, 
however, when the annual finally arrived 
from the printers and the staff viewed their 
excellent creation. 



Black And Qold 





Jane Marshall and Sue 
French, Junior Editors, at 
last identify the junior 
pictures. 




Cecelia Elkins works as 
Art Editor and April Col- 
lier thinks of ideas as 
Caption Editor. 




Jody Vance, Faculty Editor, and Landis Wilcox, Write-Up 
Editor, study plans for the annual. 



Members of the staff watch as Mr. Bill Hunter, our pub- 
lisher, helps us to draw the dummy. 



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Henry Sapp, Art Editor, adds 
delightful drawings to our 
newspaper. 




Terry Beitchman, Exchange 
Editor, sends our paper to 
other schools and friends. 





CHRIS FARREN 

Co-Editor 



CECILE MAYRAND 

Managing Editor 



The Pine Whispers staff spent one week 
each month in a frenzy of make-ups, as- 
signment sheets, headlines, cuts, captions, 
and red pencils. The other three weeks 
were spent in publishing the Bohemian, 
parties for Ray Welch, sports car com- 
parisons, and annoying the Annual staff. 
This work - and - play combination, added 
vitality to the paper and made the year one 
which the journalists will never forget. 



Vine Whispers 



Nancy Pike, Norman Wil- 
kerson, and Doug Kinney, 
Sports Editors, report all ex- 
citing games to us. 



iMteiMTm'i 

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Jane Marshall and Sue 
French head the Editorial 
staff. 




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April 
press 



Collier and Jon Bednerik, Feature Editors, work to ex- 
their ideas. 



Miss Bettie Mobley, our Adviser, always gives us help and 
encouragement. 



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<3fie National Honor Society 

The hard-working members of the National Honor Society had a busy year during which they acted 
as guides on College Day, introduced speakers for Vocational Guidance Week, and helped with many 
other school activities. Twice during the year they donned the traditional long black robes and inducted 
new members into their ranks. 




ANN HART 

President 



HOWARD »UTNSR 

Vice-President 



BARBARA HARTNETT 

Secretary 



BtU SENKUS 








Miss Collette and Miss Kapp guide the de 
cisions of the members of the Nationa 
Honor Society. 



Clockwise: J. Ayers, B. Ward, S. Smith, P. Clanton, 
P. Snyder, B. Swain, S. Taylor, D. Muller, F. Brasko, 
M. A. Hart, N. Wasell, M. A. Saunders, L Wilcox, 
L. H. Hutchens, S. Ogden, D. Newsome, B. Swaringen, 
B. Earnhardt/ D. O'Flaherty, F. Speas, M. Mitchell, 
D. Rollick, J. Newsome, D. McQuown, A. Fitts, S. 
Blackmore, B. Newsome, B. Chafin, J. Reece, P. Wol- 
berg, S. Calaway, C. Elkins. 



Ouill And Scroll 



First row: Cecile Mayrand, Terry Beitchman, Jane 
Marshall, Sue French, Nancy Pike. Second row: Landis 
Wilcox, Susan Thorpe, Phyllis Ray, Cecelia Elkins. 





Masque And Q&vel 

Firsr row: Sonny Pratt, Frances Speas, Nancy Wasell, 
Sharon Jackson, Sandy Ogden. Second row: Dan 
O'Flaherty, Barney Barnhardt, Howard Butner, Bill 
Senkus. 




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Harold Bender watches as Robert Rascoe at- 
tempts to perform feats of magic at a Key Club 
social. 



Key Club members help collect money for the March of 
Dimes. 




BRITT SMSTH 

President 







HAROLD BENDER 

Vice-President 



Key Club 



The beautiful star shining from the top of the school during 
Christmastime is just one example of the many projects of the 
Key Club members. Other evidences of their services are the 
bright black and gold trash cans outside the cafeteria, the Kingston 
Trio records that were sold for the March of Dimes, and the pins 
that are proudly worn by the cheerleaders and majorettes. The 
high point of the year for the members was the annual Key Club 
Follies, which were presented in April. 



Carol Howell was elected Key Club Sweetheart for 1960. 





Members take down the traditional 
Christmas Star on top of the audi- 
torium. 



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CARL ADAMS 

Corresponding 
Secretary 






STEVE PHILO 

Recording Secretary 




JIMMY BUNN 

Treasurer 



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Senior Service Club 




Members Are: B. Grant, L. H. Hutchens, R. Warren, 
B. Shaffner, B. Larmore, S. Little, D. Frizzelle, I. B. 
Southerland, M. Parrish, J. Stuart, K. Fox, N. Wilkerson, 
P. Davis, R. Boggs, T. Brown, C. Little W. Colter, B. 
Mackie, P. Dunn, J. Davis, R. Vaughn, T. Dunn, D. 
Gaskins, B. Stallings, J. Helsabeck, C. Cashwell, J. 
White, M. Bradford, L. Blalock, G. McGugan, C. Hauser, 
H. Morris, J. Ashcroft, B. Orrell, W. Tennille. 





Mr. Mitchell serves as sponsor of the Senior Service 
Club. 





And what would you like for Christmas, Mr. Joyner? 



Members of the S. S. C. help construct a stand for 
the cheerleaders. 



Senior Service Clut? 

Clean fish ponds and peppy "beat 'em' tags — these have almost 
become symbols of the many activities of the S.S.C. Throughout the year, 
the enterprising members seemed always to be ready to do a service for 
the school, the students, or the faculty. Their projects included building the 
cheerleaders' stand, giving the traditional Christmas Tea for the faculty, 
sponsoring basketball homecoming, displaying the Demon at football games, 
and keeping the records in the gym juke box up-to-date. 



L. H. HUTCHENS 

President 



Ready, aim, fire! — Benny Orrell lights the S. S. C. bonfire. 





Not the fishponds again! 












DAVID GASKINS 

Vice-President 




BILL GRANT 

Secretary 






WILSON TENNILLE 

Treasurer 




College Club 



The senior girls who joined the College Club this yeqr learned 
that being a member was a rewarding and an enjoyable experience. 
The girls gained many helpful hints about college from their 
sponsors and from guest speakers, and they carried on traditional 
projects such as the open house after graduation. 




The officers of the club are, 
Seated: Patsy Bowers, presi- 
dent. Standing: Landis Wil- 
cox, secretary; Frances 
Speas, vice-president; Ann 
Stone, treasurer. 



Miss Weaver and Mrs. 
Spencer are the sponsors for 
the College Club. 




College Club members are busy at work making the graduation caps for the senior girls. 



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College Club 



First Row: A. Stone, treasurer; P. Bowers, president; F. Speas, vice-presi 
Fulmer, I. Bonds, B. Swain, E. Melodis. Third Row: B. Chappell, K. Kapp 
ler. Fourth Row: B. Bowman, R. LaPrelle, C. Markunas, F. Brasko, M. A. 
Coan. Fifth Row: K. Travis, M. R. Elliott, C. Upton, B. Hartnett, D. Rol 
Row: S. Calaway, J. Cox, B. Lanier, J. Brookshire, B. Wise, B. Good, B. H 
Smith, N. Fulton, B. Dowell, S. Craft, D. Goodwin, A. Ashburn, J. Gitte 
lor, L. Hauser, L. Pannill, E. M. Foxworth, A. Cowan, M. Schindel, S. Sta 
Nowell, P. Rau, K. Wooten, L. Finlayson, A. Adams, K. Bernhard, B. W 
nett, N. Cresswell, C. Valetos, M. Parker, J. Reece, B. Ammons, C. Kene 
Eleventh Row: E. Crouse, M. Triplett, R. A. Pfohl, P. Parrish, J. Lane, 
Martin, J. Gallman, P. Williams. Twelfth Row: J. Sechrist, C. Worrell, 
A. Howard, N. Harvel, A. Pulliam, B. Walsh. Thirteenth Row: E. Mac 
good, B. Washburn, B. Barrett, J. Williams, B. Wyrick, G. Howell, B. Ch 
Harrell, N. Pike, L. Reynolds, N. Dunham, J. Decker, A. Zimmerman, 
Edwards, A. Cockerham, S. Young. 



dent; L. Wilcox, secretary. Second Row: S. Smith, L. Nunn, A. Clifton, E. 
es, S. Dunnagan, P. Briggs, C. Mayrand, B. Newsome, S. Thorpe, J. But- 

Hart, P. Snyder, S. Blackmore, D. McQuown, A. Fitts, M. Mitchell, C. 
lick, A. Beard, D. Patterson, L. Watson, J. Newsom, M. Dwiggins. Sixth 
one, B. Ward, A. Hart, M. Pfaff. Seventh Row: P. Barbee, B. Foster, H. 
r, M. Bennett, P. Wolberg. Eighth Row: M. Roberson, N. Burgess, S. Tay- 
nford, J. Decker, P. Bacon, M. E. Hunt. Ninth Row: L. Davis, Z. Strub, D. 
ard, L. Lockard, C. Elkins, J. Steadman, C. Howell. Tenth Row: M. Ben- 
nedy, C. Brown, M. Dowell, B. Bryan, S. Davidson, B. Burgess, T. Fulp, 

F. Wiles, C. Hamilton, E. Hester, K. Pipkin, B. Masters, S. Henry, J. 
P. Lewis, G. McKenzie, S. Rogan, D. Kinghten, J. Kirkman, J. Wawson, 
heras, P. Burton, D. Thompson, M. Potter, D. Westmoreland, S. Liven- 
ambers, E. Holmes, J. Clary, B. Chafin, M. Mackie. Fourteenth Row: N. 
C. Sheets, B. Barringer, P. Ray, M. Cox, A. Collier, J. Cly, A. Warren, S. 



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First Row: C. Allen, D. Westmoreland, B. Barrett, B. Washburn, S. Livengood, E. Hester, N. Harvel. Second Row: P. Wolberg, A. Cockerham, S. 
Craft, L. Lockard, N. Burgess, L. Wilcox, S. Taylor, B. Swain, S. Young, Third Row: B. Newsome, P. Barbee, S. Thorpe, K. Kappes, S. Dunnagan, 
D. Nowell, P. Rau, Z. Strub, A. Warren, T. Smith. Fourth Row: L. Watson, A. Clifton, E. Fulmer, A. Cowan, G. Howell, B. Wyrick, P. Bowers, 
C. Sheets, M. Mitchell, C. Coan. Fifth Row: J. Lawson, L. Finlayson, B. Chambers, L. Reynolds, S. Lowrey, J. Williams, B. Chafin, M. Dwiggins, 
M. Cox, E. Holmes, N. Harrell. Sixth Row: J. Lane, F. Wiles, E. Wall, C. Kennedy, J. Sechrist, E. M. Foxworth, C. Upton, M. Triplett, A. Adams, 
A. Zimmerman. Seventh Row: B. Hartnett, J. Newsom, P. Briggs, D. Rollick, A. Howard, B. Masters, D. Pipkin, A. Beard, D. Patterson, J. 
Cly, P. Ray. Eighth Row: C. Worrell, B. Lanier, B. Bowman, B. Ammons, B. Ward, A. Fitts, S. Blackmore, M. Barnette, J. Gitter, P. Clanton, B. 
Chappell. Ninth Row: P. Parrish, M. Schindel, S. Stanford, A. Pulliam, B. Burgees, S. Davidson,, A. Hart, J. Decker, J. Steadman, J. Decker, P. 
Bacon, C. Elkins, J. Middleton. Tenth Row: M. A. Hart, D. Muller, C. Markunas, N. Wasell, M. E. Hunt, K. Travis, P. Burton, P. Lewis, E. 
Macheras, M. Roberson, A. Collier. Eleventh Row: F. Brasko, P. Williams, J. Gallman J. Reece, J. Cox, S. Calway, K. Wooten, A. Ashburn, 
J. Martin, N. Dunham, S. Smith, M. Bennett, B. Barringer. Twelfth Row: E. Crouse, I. Bonds, B. Bryan, D. Goodwin, H. Smith, M. R. Elliott, 
M. Potter, A. Hammill, C. Howell, F. Speas, M. Jackson, J. Kirkman, L. Davis, J. Butler. Thirteenth Row: N. Cresswell, C. Valetos, P. Snyder, D. 
Kinghten, S. Snyder, K. Bernhard, R. LaPrelle, M. Sanders, J. Brookshire, T. Fulp, J. Clary, B. Walsh, M. Pfaff, S. Edwards, D. McQuown. 
Fourteenth Row: L. Hauser, J. Wertz, C. Redding, K. Priddy, J. Brande, J. Cranfill, S. Rogan, D. Thompson, N. Pike, M. Dowell, C. Price, S. 
Marshall, L. Pannill. 



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Servicers 



First Row: J. Fleenor, President; N. Gardner, treasurer; J. Collins, vice-president; P. Collins, secretary. Second Row: T. Cooke, J. O'Brien, L. 
Harding, M. Brockwell, F. Edens, T. Beitchman, S. Brenner, D. Steifel. Third Row: B. Clard, B. Hucks, S. Davis, C. Wise, C. Fulmer, M. Talley, 

B. Davis, M. Hill. Fourth Row: B. Steele, W. Binkley, J. Peterson, S. Holmes, L. Carlton, N. Stansfield, S. Jackson, S. Bernhardt, S. Steere, 

C. Thacker. Fifth Row: D. Standsford, R. Tillotson, S. Adams, C. Colter, M. Phillips, L. Atkinson, B. Guenther, A. Davis, K. Shelton. Sixth Row: 
K. Cook, B. Fobert, A. Butner, C. Gaines, G. Herman, L. Poteete, R. Parnell, S. Smother, B. Bailey, S. Jobe, N. Wilson. Seventh Row: N. Snow, 
S. Shelor, D. Binkley, S. Zimmerman, R. Binkley, E. Burgess, G. Campbell, S. Hepler, B. Crotts. Eighth Row: A. Orrell C. Fulton, J. C. Parker, 
C. Marr, B. Davis, J. Schneider, M. Saks, S. Bain, J. Hutcherson, J. Beard, M. Chandler, D. Frank. Ninth Row: B. Blalock, V. Simpson, S. Moo- 
ney, L. Weavil, A. Wilson, B. Rix, L. Beach, J. A. Stafford, E. Westmoreland, A. Whitney, M. Martin, A. Snuffy, K. Boyles. Tenth Row: M. 
Singletary, C. Tillotson, S. Smith, N. Koemel, S. Bodenheimer, G. Savage, L. Hines, K. Masten, K. Burke, B. Kent, J. F. Harold, S. French, S. 
Matuszah, C. Miller. Eleventh Row: K. Kelleher, L. Pratt, S. Royster, D. Kirby, B. Wall, L. Davis, A. Farthing, P. Rudolph, S. Airey, R. Rey- 
nolds, B. Tucker, M. Waggoner, J. Eysenbach. Twelfth Row: P. Walton, S. Bodman, B. G. Heefner, B. Lineberger, N. Davis, H. 
Odom, P. Hooper, P. Walker, M. Vanderver, P. Bagnal, S. Russell, R. Martin, S. Einstein. Thirteenth Row: D. Reinhardt, N. Adams, M. Mabe, 
R. Hudson, J. Ligon, L. Wall, P. Benbow, L. Abernathy, S. E. McCuiston, F. Ubele, P. Stanford, L. Harper, G. Walker, D. Hayworth, L. Pet- 
tyjohn. Fourteenth Row: S. Dawson, B. Bulla, G. Grice, R. Tesh, B. Wright, J. Allred, J. Barber, L. Myers, M. R. Dobbins, L. Jackson, T. Rus- 
sos, K. Bintliff, L. Riemenschneider, B. Bricker, C. Marion. 



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First Row: J. Holton, president, A. Hauser, vice-president, R. Ashburn, secretary, T. Mack, treasurer. Second Row: M. Miller, S. Beckerdite, E. 
Latimer, J. Brown, C. Rogers, J. Woodward, L. Edwards, D. Way, P. Midcaff, J. Coe. Third Row: J. Henson, J. Durana, L. Holmes, J. Bailey, V. 
Walker, L. Aspden, N. Bowen, D. Lewis, M. Silverman, B. Gordon, D. Norman. Fourth Row: G. Whitfield, M. P. Gold, A. F. Steele, B. Bain, M. 
Black, P. Dunham, P. Stallings, C. Todd, M. Tom, J. S. Collins, B. Cox, M. B. Perkins. Fifth Row: M. Helton, D. Owen, C. Feinman, B. Granade, 
M. Clayton, C. Peters, B. Collins, J. Yandell, L. Fuller, C. Johansen, B. Gegenheimer. Sixth Row: B. Poe, M. A. Swaney, B. D. Wilson, 
C. Dize, P. Petree, M. Boyer, C. Simmons, P. Huband, E. Isgett, S. Barnhardt, C. Chandler, B. Boyd. Seventh Row: J. Hill, T. Parnell, K. Cody 
M. Byers, V. Wood, J. Hamrick, N. Putnam, A. Smith, M. Stafford, C. Shields, L. Foster, P. McCormick, S. Kemp. Eighth Row: B. Brewer, L. 
Pate, C. Inabinet, A. Rogan, G. Bryant, D. Church, J. Tate, V. Boyle, T. Brown, K. Traylor, K. Welfare, V. Ekvall, E. McQuire, M. R. Frye, 
L. Brown. Ninth Row: K. Kirkland, E. Horwitz, S. Packard, P. Little, M. Rogan, J. Duggins, M. McCoy, P. Amos, N. Crews, A. Parker, M. Edison, 
V. Price, E. Chipman, N. Memmings, J. Baker. Tenth Row: A. Fragakin, B. Bondurant, J. Byrd, M. Rettinger, I. Olsen, M. White, M. Wolfe, S. 
Bagnal, C. Bagnal, J. Parker, F. Lanier, K. Lanier, A. Nelson, B. Georgoulias, G. Robertson. Eleventh Row: M. L. Bates, M. R. Roberts, H. Peeples, 
B. Reich, K. Adams, G. Collette, D. Barnard, C. Conrad, B. Bumgardner, J. Harrington, M. A. Maddrey, E. Siewers, C. Mowrey, K. Williamson, 
A. Payne. Twelfth Row: K. Coplan, P. Henry, R. J. Deamon, E. Wenger, J. Fleenor, P. Richardson, M. McKeithen, J. Rolli, K. C. Chipman, 
V. Lovell, L. Stokes, A. Fobert, C. Nanny, B. Forrest, C. Vaughn, L. Dahlen. Thirteenth Row: B. Trotter, P. Murray, P. Hahn, J. Ziglar, K. Sapp, 
V. Poindexter, S. Young, S. Brown, C. Baker, A. MacLeod, H. Dempsey, K. Amen, E. Crumpler, P. Smithdeal, J. Butler, M. Davis. Fourteenth 
Row: N. Foster, M. Wallace, S. Hine, K. Grubbs, J. Duncan, J. Pitts, K. Howell, P. Hamilton, J. Chipman, L. Young, B. Baybess, C. Donovan, 
J. Ferris, S. Spearman, S. Wall, C. Vaughn. 



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Vep Board 




Posters, shakers, and "beat 'em" tags — all these show the 
part played by the Pep Board in boosting school spirit at Reyn- 
olds. During the year the energetic members could be found 
in their homerooms, taking up pennies, nickles, and dimes for 
telegrams; in the stadium roping off the student cheering 
section; or on the stage taking part in the Homecoming chapel 
programs. 



Susan Thorpe and Ellen Holmes work together as 
co-chairmen of the Pep Board. 



Members of the Pep Board Council are, Standing: Frances Speas, 
Carol Howell, Diane Smithdeal, Ann Speas. Seated: Betty Chafin, 
Jimmy Bunn, Vickie Eckvall. 




First Row: J. Butler, asst. co-chairman, E. Holmes, co-chairman, S. Thorpe, c.o, A. Warren, asst. c.c. Second Row: P. Snyder, J. Collins, S. Line- 
berger, asst. chief, B. G. Heefner, C. Coan, chief, N. Wasell, B. Steele, L. Watson, P. Collins, B. Holton. Third Row: S. Ziglar, J. Butler, T. Fultz, 
A. Davis, K. Cooke, L. Copple, A. Speas," S. Cobb, S. Clifton. Fourth Row: E. Pagett, C. Strickland, C. Howell, J. Clary, B. Chafin, B. Brewer, F. 
Speas, A. Collier, R. Pamell, B. Poe, R. Ashburn, C. Baker, B. Barbee, M. A. Fulton, E. Macheras. Fifth Row: S. Edwards, P. Richardson, D. 
Smithdeal, W. Whitfield, I. Shapiro, R. Smith, J. Ashcroft, J. Bunn, M. Cox, D. Dull, V. EkvaJI, K. Williamson, N. Hemmings, Miss Caldwell. 



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Officers of the Senior 
Hi-Y are: Carl Adams, 
president; Howard But- 
ner, vice-president; Nor- 
ma Wilkerson, treasurer; 
Jim Bulla, chaplain; and 
Lyle Blalock, secretary. 



The Hi-Y Sponsors are, left to right: Sandra Lineberger, 
Sally Eisenberg, Sara Young, Doris Goodwin. 



The Senior Hi-Y has been very active this year with 
socials, service projects, and participation in basketball. Led 
by their sponsor, Mr. Dale Gramley, the hard-working mem- 
bers purchased new jackets, held a dance at Camp Hanes, 
and made $100 which they gave to World Service and 
Buildings for Brotherhood. The Hi-Y also had the distinction 
of being the only club in the Winston-Salem district to send 
delegates to the Hi-Y Convention for two consecutive years. 



Senior tii-lj 




First Row: J. Bulla, chaplain; N. Wilkerson, treasurer; L. Blalock, secretary; C. Adams, president; H. Butner, vice-president; D. Powell, I.C.C. 
Second Row: D. Gaskins, D. Frizzelle, L. H. Hutchens^ P. Dunn, B. Smith, H. Bender, T. Hayes. Third Row: B. Bryant, B. Mackie, B. Grant, C. 
Cashwell, C. Hamilton, J. Stuart. Fourth Row: C. Creech, L. Satterwhite, H. Morgan, B. Snow, R. Gasque, P. Simpson, B. Gegenheimer. Fifth 
Row: B. Cooper, W. Colter, T. Shamel, R. Messick, D. Angell, R. Howard, D. O'Flaherty. Sixth Row: G. Little, T. Dunn, B. Swaringer, D. New- 
some, B. Cranfill, B. Larmore, R. Boggs, R. Rascoe, B. Barnhardt, S. Ogden, G. McGugan. 



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HHHHHMH 




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Sounds like a great idea! 




Every Monday night the Senior Y-Teens could be found in 
the living room of the YMCA, planning projects and socials or 
listening to speakers on such topics as flower arranging, 
Russia, and religion. This year was- highlighted by a very 
profitable bake sale held at the Food Fair, and a dance featur- 
ing the Gore Combo. 



The officers of the Sen- 
ior Y-Teens are Nancy 
Wasell, president; Ann 
Cockerham, vice - presi- 
dent; Phyllis Snyder, 
I. C. C; Nancy Dunham, 
treasurer; Meriel Mitch- 
ell, rec. sec; and Susan 
Blackmore, corr. sec. 



Senior Ij-^eens 




First Row: N. Wasell, 
surer,- D. McQuown, P 
pell, K. Wooten, S. Sm 
Stanford, A. Cowan, J 
S. Eisenberg, B. Swain 
N. Burgess, S. Taylor, 
J. Cly, A. Zimmerman 
Chafin, M. Bennett, L 
Nunn, S. Marshall, M. 
Gallman, C. Marshall, 
Beard, J. K. Gitter, M 



president; A. Cockerham, vice-president; S. Blac 
roject Charm., P. Snyder, I. C. C. Second Row: 
ith, F. Speas, J. Martin. Third Row: K. Kappes, S. 
. Steadmon, M. Roberson. Fourth Row: B. Newso 
, L. Wilcox, J. Sides, L. Pannill, L Hauser. Fifth 
P. Wolberg, C. Markunas, D. Muller, P. Barbee 
, D. Thompson, D. Knighten, B. Chambers, R. W 
Davis, B. Masters, D. Pipkin, N. Harvel, A. Ho 
E. Hunt, A. Fitts, C. Coan, E. Holmes, B. Barrin 
C. Simons, M. Jackson, T. Fulp, C. Howell, A. 
Dowell, M. Pfaff, S. Lowery, S. Henry, A. Ashb 



kmore, corr. secretary; M. Mitchell, record secretary; N. Dunham, trea- 
C. Elkins, J. Cox, S. Calaway, N. Harrell, B. Lanier, G. Howell, B. Chap- 

Dunnagan, D. Nowell, P. Rau, C. Worrell, B. Wyrick, C. Redding, S. 
me, D. Patterson, J. Newsom, J. Decker, P. Bacon, J. Decker, E. Fulmer, 

Row: S. Thorpe, B. Hartnett, S. Davidson, J. Clary, A. Collier, P. Ray, 
Sixth Row: J. Sechrist, M. Dwiggins, R. LaPrelle, B. Bryan, B. Bowman, 
itt, M. Schindel, C. Mayrand, A. Hart. Seventh Row: S. Lineberger, B. 
ward, E. M. Foxworth, L. Lockard, S. Craft, P. Bowers, P. Clanton, L 
ger. Eighth Row: E. Bair, E. Hester, C. Allen, J. Skipper, P. Williams, J. 
Pulliam. Ninth Row: S. Young, S. Sheets, J. Butler, S. Edwards, A. C. 



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junior Hi-l) 



First Row: G. Forrest, secretary and treasurer; H. Morris, vice-president; J. Barrow, president; C. Philips, chaplain; S. Dula, sergeant at arms. 
Second Row: J. Apperson, R. David, R. Bates, S. Disher, R. Pickett, S. Philo, C. Davis, W. Manuel, C. Trogdon, R. Murray, B. Downing, B. Ave- 
ry, D. Porrish. Third Row: N. Lide, R. Thomas, K. Hepler, W. Joest, J. Ashcroft, L. Rice, B. Zeh, C. Little, J. Canull, B. Bshaver, J. Bunn, L. 
Cruse, W. Tennille, D. Wolfe, P. Freeman. Fourth Row:.R. Sarratt, B. Daisy, R. Hurst, S. Johnson, K. Essex, L. Briggs, D. Green, B. Flintom, S. 
Heckard, M. Beake, S. Needham, B. Davis, H. Schuitmaker. 




Sophomore Hi-l) 



First Row: J. Blackburn, chaplain; T. Kimball, secretary; B. Blair, president; B. White, sergeant at arms; C. McEwan, treasurer. Second Row: 
T. Cordell, C. Veitch, B. Snyder, B. Greenway, J. Ravsch, D. Porter, B. Lowery, T. Eddleman. Third Row: Z. Schiller, P. Licker, B. Groat, A. Drake, 
D. Lineback, F. Bahnson, R. Harper, D .Kline, D. Carlberg. Fourth Row: R. J. Lake, Jr., C. W. Perry, Jr., T. McKenzie, G. Stockton, J. Fritz- 
gerald, C. Gentry, M. Zauber, J. Appleyard, M. Foltz, W. Starbuck. 



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junior JJ-^eens 



First Row: M. R. Dobbins, treasurer; C. Thacker, vice-president; S. Howell, vice-president; S. Matuszak, J. Hutcherson, president; F. Ubele, presi- 
dent, S. Bain, president. Second Row: G. Ferebee, secretary; M. Phillips, treasurer, E. Westmoreland, secretary; B. Gardner, secretary; M. Brock- 
well, I. C. C, M. Martin, treasurer, L. Jackson, I. C. C. Third Row: N. Stansfield, C. Fulmer, B. Davis, K. Bernhard, S. Jackson, S. Adams, M. 
Vanderver. Fourth Row: A. Davis, F. Edens, T. Beitchman, S. Brenner, G. Grice, S. Shelor, J. O'Brien. Fifth Row: B. Bailey, L. Atkinson, A. 
Butner, S. Bodnar, J. Borber, L. Myers, M. Chandler, T. Cooke. Sixth Row: B. Steele, K. Cook, B. G. Heefner, B. Lineberger, H. Odom, N. 
Cox, N. Adams, L. Beach, C. Gaines, C. Marion. Seventh Row: P. Hooper, B. Gunther, V. Simpson, L. Weavil, D. Binkley, S. French, S. Steere, 
S. Barnhardt, P. Bagnal. Eighth Row: M. Singletary, D. Steifel, P. Walker, J. C. Parker, L. Fulton, K. Masten, L. Harper, L. Carter, J. Beard, P. 
Stanford. Ninth Row: S. Holms, K. Kelleher, B. Hucks, S. Moony, S. Bodenheimer, S. Royster, S. Benson, S. Zimmerman, P. Kellogg, L. Aber- 
nethy, .L Wayne. Tenth Row: J. Sheets, E. Carlton, L Davis, S. Smothers, A. Wilson, S. E. McCuiston, B. Clark, B. Aix, D. Reinhardt, J. Mar- 
shall, D. Moore. Eleventh Row: J. L. Harrold, A. Farthing, B. Byerly, P. Pearce, J. Pearce, L. Pratt, G. Walker, M. Pace, B. Bulla, L Downs, J. 
Allred, C; Marr.Twelfth Row: S. King, S. Aspden, L. Pettiejohn, C. Smith, A. Badgett, A. Whitney, J. Stafford, D. Dull, S. Dawson, J. Peterson, 
L Hines, G. Savage, J. A. Skeen, J. Eysenback. Thirteenth Row: L. Sanders, B. Kent, C. Wise, C. Colter, P. Rudolph, S. Airey, B. Holton, M. 
Waggoner, B. Tucker, R. Reynolds, J. Fleenor, J. Ligon, L. Wall, B. Hoy. 




Sophomore Ij-^eens 



First Row: M. Thomas, I. C. C; C. Mowery, vice-president; E. McGuire, president; C. Todd, president; A. Hauser, president; C. Inabinet, vice- 
president; P. Huband, vice-president; Second Row: K. Williamson, treasurer; P. Stallings, I. C. C; E. Siewers, secretary; P. Metcalf, secretary; 
R. Ashburn, treasurer; B. Grenade, I. C. C; L Stokes, treasurer; K. Welfare, secretary; Third Row: S. Bagnal, L. Edwards K. Kirkland, C. Rog- 
ers, J. Durana, C. Bagnal, J. Parker, L. Holmes, J. Woodward, B. Trotter. Fourth Row: C. Shields, J. Hill, E. Isgett, C. Johansen, S. Barnhardt, 
B. Parker, D. Norman, I. Olsen, M. A. Cody, P. McCormick. Fifth Row: J. Brown, M. Arf, M. B. Perkins, L .Brown, C. Simmons, C. McKnight, 
J. Bailey, C. Conrad, N. Foster, K. Grubbs. Sixth Row: M. White, N. Boyer, B. Bayless, K. Jones, J. Ziglar, M. Rettinger, M. Silverman, K. Cop- 
Ian, M. Helton, B. Brewer, N. Hemmings. Seventh Row: J. Baker, T. Mack, P. Murray, P. Henry, B. Gegenheimer, W. Cornelius, M. Miller, 
E. Chipman, M. Clyton, P. Dungam, A. Nelson, E. Fudd. Eighth Row: S. Hine, L. Young, M. Wallace, A. Petty, M. A. Swaney, B. Wilson, 
S. Collins, P. Bain, B. Steele, B. Cox, J. Pitts, J. Walker. Ninth Row: P. Smithdeal, C. Vaughn, N. Crews, J. Ferris, S. Spenman, S. Wall, M. Black, 
M. A. Gold, J. Holton, C. Dize, K. Chipman, P. Petree. Tenth Row: P. Jones, B. Roe, V. Wood, K. Sapp, N. Bowen, P. Amos, C. Feinman, J. Dug- 
gins, M. McCoy, H. Dempsey, K. Amen, P. Little. Eleventh Row: L. Foster, S. Brown, C. Donovan, V. Boyle, K. Traylor, A. Parker, C. Harris, 
M. Eidson, V. Price, E. Latimer, A. Smith, L. Pate, S. Kemp. Twelfth Row: B. Forrest, N. Mayer, G. Collete, B. Reich, K. Adams, S. Beckerdite, 
E. Wenger, C, Peters, D. Lewis, L. Dahlen, M. Davis, P. Ontes, V. Walker. Thirteenth Row: V. Ekvall, M. Byers, C. Chandler, H. Peeples, 
S. Runge, S. Clause, D. Duck, J. Yandell, T. Brown, N. Putman, J. Hamrick, A. Rogan, J. Butler, M. Rogan. Fourteenth Row: R. Rose, 
Z. Baker, J. Rolli, M. McKeithan, C. Sale, V. Lovell, M. McCloud, A. Maddrey, J. Keith, P. Rechardson, M. Fobert, J. Fleenor, B. Gordon, 
D. Way. 



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3resfiman Ij-^eens 



First Row: S. Brooks, worship chrm., B. Pope, I.C.C., L. Kimball, treas 
M. A. Saunders, vice-president. Second Row: L. McGowan, M. Cha 
Third Row: D. Gobble, K. Harrison, M. Mitchell, K. Brewer, B. Stan 
man, G. Niblock, P. Poindexter, S. Thompson, S. Mary, K. V. Smith, A. 

D. Thomas, C. Bennett, G. Wright, K. Conrad, V. Scales, V. Currin. Six 
A. E. Newman, M. Monroe, K. Douthat, G. Schaum, J. Haynes. Seventh 
dent, J. Edmonds, president. Eighth Row: B. Francis, B. Myers, B. Pull 
Clung. Ninth Row: J. Vaught, P. Fearrington, R. Greenwood, W. Di 
Tenth Row: J. Graham, M. Spencer, M. Cly, M. Chambers, R. Miller, N. 
T. Fultz, vice-president, P. Orrell, president, J. Poley, secretary, L. Sho 
M. A. Ellison. Thirteenth Row: B. K. Harris, J. Kittinger, S. Cranfill, B. 
cuson, M. B. Hinkle, R. Waller, J. Slawter, L. Copple, C. Pratt, M. Swa 

E. Tucker, K. Cockerham, J. Sherrill, B. Norman. 



urer, J. Fulp, president, S. Nash, social chrm., B. Brock, secretary 
fin, M. Thornton, A. Speas, L. Ketchie, T. Bates, D. Pulliam, A. Warren, 
ley, R. Beach, D. Holder, A. Laugter. Fourth Row: C. Parrish, L. Harri- 

Conrad, S. Hoffman. Fifth Row: M. Sams, C. Winder, B. Glenn, 
th Row: J. Gilmore, J. Harrold, B. Dixson, S. James, J. Divine, J. Bredder, 

Row: E. Shelton, secretary, M. Decker, treasurer, S. Clifton, vice-presi- 
iam, B. Blues, C. Carlton, R. Blackwell, B. Harrill, R. Parker, G. Mc- 
ze, L. Moser, J. Houser, M. B. Peterson, .P. Barringer, M. Cass, V. Young. 

Granor, E. Kirby, E. Enders, A. Brownlee, C. Strickland. Eleventh Row: 
re, treasurer. Twelfth Row: D. Saunders, J. Wall, B. Adams, P. Tucker, 

B. Harris, J. Weeks, B. Barbee. Fourteenth Row: G. Richardson, M. Mar- 
nson. Fifteenth Row: S. Averette, G. Reid, A. Herndon, B. P. Thomas, 




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First Row: L. Heritage, sec; T. Eysenbach, treas.; N. Pike, pres.; V. Lovell, cord of B. M.; P. Wolberg, vice-pres. Second Row: P. Poindexter, 
M. Brockvvell, P. Bambalis, M. Schindel, K. Harrison, M. Fobert. Third Row: M. Sams, S. Steere, L. Downs, S. Stanford, C. Feinman, V. Boyale. 
Fourth Row: M. Yarbrough, S. Spurr, T. Hutcherson, B. Tucker. Fifth Row: A. Whitley, S. Lund, S. Davidson, C. Ridgeway, B. Disher, M. Par- 
ker. Sixth Row: L. Pratt, P. Huband, T. Hill, P. Bagnal, C. Chandler, P. Bacon. Seventh Row: A. Davis, B. Lowery, D. Alexander, T. Giggs, T. 
Newell. Eighth Row: P. Rau, N. Harvel, E. Hester, L. Pannill, D. Knighten, M. Edison, A. Bowen, T. Decker. 





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This year the Youth for Christ Club sponsored 
a quiz team which participated in the Y. F. C. 
rallies every Saturday night in the New Com- 
munity Center. In December the members, 
along with throngs of other teenagers, attended 
the Capitol Teen Convention in Washington, 
D. C. 




Officers of the Bible Club are Firs* Row: Jane Fritts, 
Nancy Pike, Patsy Pierce, Dianne Bennett; Second Row: 
Bill Hartman, Donald Spriggs, Ross Marion and Larry 
Taylor. 



The Members of the Bible Quiz Team are First Row: Judy Brande, Jewell 
Cranfill, Patsy Peirce, Nancy Piper, Diane Kanoy. Second Row: Clyde Lincoln, 
and Bill Hartman. 



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First Row: J. Fritts, secretary; L. Taylor, president; D. Spriggs, reporter; R. Marion, vice-president; D. Russell. Second Row: M. Watson, M. R. 
Elliott, J. Bennett, C. Hall, V. Mahaffey, C. Redding, L. Myers, G. Ferebee. Third Row: J. Brande, D. Kanoy, D. Hill, S. Workman, J. Poley. 
Fourth Row: K. Dohrman, L. Ballard, D. Bennett, A. Whitley, N. Piper, C. Saintsing, S. Howell, B. Byerly, J. Peace, F. Ubele, C. Sprinkle, 
A. Smither, J. Orrell, B. Swaim. Fifth Row: J. Sechrist, J. Dillon, P. Russell, K. Priddy, D. Thompson, T. Jarvis, P. Pearce, A. Wood, N. Pike, 
J. Cranfil, C. Lincoln, B. Hartman, S. Dillon, T. Davenport. 



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At the beginning of the year, the Dramatics Club 
studied the basic background of dramatics. They 
were taught stage craft, voice, and diction, which they 
practiced in pantomimes and short scenes at their 
Monday night meetings. Later the members worked 
on larger productions, such as the entertaining skit 
which they presented in the Key Club Follies. 




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The officers of the Dramatics Club are Jon Bednerik, president; 
Ann Hammill, secretary; Terry Beitchman, treasurer; and John 
Davis, vice-president. 




J. Bednerik, president; A. Hammill, secretary; J. Davis, vice-president. First Row: M. Culler, G. McClung, S. Hoffman, D. Gobble, P. Jones, 
A. Warren, V. Yokeley, B. Harris, C. Green, B. Adams, M. Schultz, D. Parrish, W. Dize. Second Row: B. Parker, R. Greenwood, C. McKnight, 
E. Enders, G. Wright, J. Bredder, J. Gay, S. Thompson, B. Bennett, S. Lund, D. Saunders, L. Maddocks, M. B. Petterson, E. Carlton. Third Row: 
J. E. Newell, M. Clary, E. W. Walker, D. Chipman, J. W. Kausch, R. Menz, B. P. Thomas, D. Johnson, R. Gegenhimer, A. Powers, S. Thomas, 
K. Greene, J. Marshal, J. Divine. 



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Debating Club 



This year has been one of much work and many 
honors for the members of the Debating Club. They 
spent long hours writing speeches and sharpening up 
rebuttals for the Wake Forest workshop, the triangu- 
lar debates, the district eliminations, and, finally, the 
state finals. The members also participated in the 
National Forensic League and the District Congress 
at Raleigh. 





Mrs. Evelyn Garrison works to bring success to the Debating 
Club. 



Officers of the Debating Club are Sandy Ogden, secretary-treas- 
urer; Dan O'Flaherty, president; and Bill Senkus, vice-president. 




First Row: D. Pfefferkorn, B. Harris, C. Harris, R. Blackwell, C. Carlton. Second Row: B. Harris, D. Sprinkle, C. Philips, R. David, J. Blackburn, 
Third Row: N. Pratt, S. Ogden, B. Senkus, D. O'Flaherty, G. Harmon, B. Barnhardt, H. Butner. 



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Science CluS 




Officers of the Senior Science Club are David Newsome, president; 
Buddy Swaringen, vice-president; Bob Downing, secretary; and 
Harold Shuitmaker, treasurer. 




Mr. Watts, sponsor of the Senior Science Club, gives a 
demonstration to the members. 



The Senior Science Club played an im- 
portant part in building interest in science 
among the students at Reynolds. The mem- 
bers built equipment for the school labs, spon- 
sored the Reynolds Science Fair and two city- 
wide meetings, and sent delegates to the 
N. C. Science Symposium. 




First Row: B. Downing, secretary; B. Swaringer, president; D. Newsome, vice-president; H. Schuitmaker, treasurer. Second Row: J. Brooks, 

J. Burke, W. Preussell, E. Scott, B. Anderson, R. Chew, T. Hauser, T. Miller, J. R. Ridgill, J. Waskey, P. Bates. Third Row: D. Stuart, W. Joest, 

B. Hurst, K. Miller, L. Davis, E. Gegenheimer, D. Needham, F. Phillips, V. Young, B. Jones, L. Chandler, D. Morris, B. Gegenheimer, 
J. Binkley. 

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&een-Age Council 



The couples talking and dancing at Brunson 
Gym on Saturday night, January 9, were enjoy- 
ing the Payola Dance, one of the many socials 
sponsored by the Teenage Council. The Council 
members, who worked with the City Recreation 
Department to sponsor wholesome recreation for 
the students, also entertained themselves at an 
initiation picnic, held in Miller Park at the be- ( 
ginning of the year. 




Teenage Council officers are Betsy Steele, secretary; Head 
Bender, treasurer; and Sandra Lineberger, president. 



Members of the council plan a social for the school. 




First Row: S. Lineberger, president; H. Bender; vice-president; B. Steele, secretary and treasurer. Second Row: B. Bouldin, E. Bair, B. Cox, 
P. Dunham, B. Heefner, B. Walsh., E. Holmes, K. Cook, B. Lineberger R. Crowder, S. Little, M. Cook, C. Westmoreland, L. Kimble, G. Good- 
win. Third Row: J. Davis, L. Blalock, D. Frizzelle, B. Laramore, B. Smith, L. H. Hutchins, B. Bryant, S. Heckard, J. White, B. Flintom, P. High- 
tower, C. Little, J. Bunn, R. Lake, J. Davis, G. Forrest, J. Dixson. 



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German 1 Club 



Herr Hepler, pres.; Herr Leake, vice-pres.; Herr Canull, sec. and treas. First Row: S. Shelor, B. Lanier, A. Lockard, F. Long, B. White. Second 
Row: G. Burke, T. Conrad, A. Jones, W. Beroth, S. Morris. Third Row: T. Jackson, J. Beard, L. Garber, S. Jackson, C. Miller, R. Binkley. 
Fourth Row: T. Kimball, B. Benbow, L. Honeycutt, C. Jackson, R. Thomas, S. Cooper. Fifth Row: P. Freeman, M. Lorber, W. Manuel, S. Stuart, 
A. Jacobsen, C. Davis, B. Waldman. Sixth Row: D. Ludlum, W. Preussel, B. Crater, G. Schimmeck, J. Middleton, S. Mickey, S. Bennett^ 
P. Moore. Seventh Row: B. Davis, R. Murray, H. Schuitmaker, T. Cordele, R. Willard, D. Harriman, S. Dula, L. Briggs, F. Freudig. 





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First Row: H. von Schiller, president; P. Barbee, treasurer; L. Nunn, secretary, S. Pratt, vice-president. Second Row: B. Newsome, B. Chapped, 
R. LaPrelle, S. Zimmerman, E. Eysenbach, E. Bair, J. Brooks. Third Row: B. Masten, D. Muller, L. Downs, B. Bryan, T. Coi'dell, B. Anderson, 
B. Gottenstrater, W. Lamb, B. Sherrill, B. Downing, M. Cox, B. Byerly, P. Davis, M. Watts, W. Joest, B. Jones, S. Gramley, F. Phillips, 
E. Johnson, D. Needham, J. Stuart, D. O'Flaherty. 




Physical 3itness 



First Row: T. Ogbjrn, president; T. Brown, vice-president. Second Row: B. Earl, S. Little, J. Coan, C. Westmoreland, F. Cason, M. Cook, 
M. Owens, R. Fis>iel, P. Davis, G. Niblock, J. Long, D. Yountz. Third Row: W. Whitfield, R. Greene, H. Smith, B. Benbow, B. Sutton, K. Davis, 
J. Morris, P. Hondros, N. Harris, T. Thornton, B. Brockwell, N. Willis, B. Sherril, L. Gordon, H. Shaffner, C. Russ, B Wilson. Fourth Row: 
J. McDowell, J. Staton, D. Davis, A. Ballard, S. Shaffner, H. Chambers, D. Goin, D. Blake, B. Blair, D. Forrest, G. Petty, R. Warren, 
C. Veitch, T. Fowler, J. Lockard, B. Wisenheimer. 



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First Row: F. Ubele, secretary, S. French, 
secretary, J. C. Parker, treasurer, R. 
David, vice-president, L. Holmes, secre- 
tary, K. Amen, secretary, B. G. Heefner, 
president. Second Row: J .Hutcherson, 
vice-president, J. Fleenor, vice-president, 
R. Reynolds, vice-president S. Hepler, 
president, V. Blalock, treasurer, J. Ash- 
croft, treasurer, J. Bunn, president, B. 
Daisy, treasurer, C. Philips, president. 
Third Row: S. Adams, M. Phillips, G. 
Ferebee, L. Downs, C. Colter, J. A. 
Skeen, A. Butner, D. Binkley, B. Snook, 
Mrs. Fearrington. Fourth Row: R. Tesh, 
R. Hudson, D. Kirby, B. Clark, J. Peace, 
C. Fulmer, M. Singletary, B. Lineberger, 
V. Simpson, A. Davis, B. Blalock. Fifth 
Row: L. Martin, J. Sheets, E. Carlton, 
P. Kellogg, P. Benbow, S. Bens.on, I. 
Olsen, L. Beach, C. Thacker, K. Stone. 
Sixth Row: S. Decker, M. Watson, N. 
Stansfield, L. Davis, P. Petree, C. Gaines, 
S. Matuszak, P. Bagnal, J. Schneider, L. 
Wall, L Abernethy, L. Atkinson, J. 
Eysenbach, J. Newton. Seventh Row: M. 
Yarbrough, D. Rogers, V. Campbell, S. 
Burgess, V. Ekvall, H. Dempsey, S. 
Bodenheimer, T. Lanier, S. Mooney, L. 
Rice, V. Currin, P. Licker, B. Hendrix. 
Eighth Row: M. Clary, S. Mary, M. Tal- 
ley, J. Snow, S. Aspden, L. Pettyjohn, P. 
Walton, S. Bodnar, K. Burke, L. Myers, 
M. R. Dobbins, J. Beard, D. Green, B. 
Snyder, R. Maynard. Ninth Row: C. 
Saintsing, S. Robinson, M. Waggoner, J. 
Stafford, B. Holton. Tenth Row: S. 
Howell, C. Pappas, D. Wolfe, S. Dawson, 
J. L. Harrold, A. Whitney, D. Dull, B. 
Bulla, P. Little, L. Nicks, L. Cruse, E. 
Scott, G. Boney, H. Key, J. McGraw, R. 
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First Row: Les Tresories — H. Butnier, 
D. Gualle, J. Charpentier; Les Secre- 
taires — M. Dejarnac, F. Francoise, J. 
DeVine. Second Row: Mile. Moore, Les 
Presidents — R. Messick, B. Barnhardt, 

B. Bardot; Les Vice-Presidents — M. 
Dietrich, J. Bonaparte, M. Schultz. Third 
Row: L. Satterwhite, S. Thorpe, P. Clan- 
ton, M. Martin, L. Lockard, R. B. Cly, 
N. Burgess. Fourth Row: N. Pikey, D. 
Patterson, M. A. Swanney, B. Wyrick, 
G. Howell, S. Craft, A. Cockerham, N. 
Wasell. Fifth Row: B. Dowell, A. Fitts, 
M. E. Hunt, B. Chafin, P. Wolberg, B. 
Swain, L. Watson, I. Bonds, L. Wilcox, 

C. Elkins. Sixth Row: P. Bowers, P. Sny- 
der, J. Newsom, B. Walsh, C. Howell, P. 
Briggs, S. Lowery, P. Bacon, J. Decker, 
G. Hart, S. Calaway. Seventh Row: B. 
Burgess, B. Rix, A. Collier, M. Cox, C. 
Sheets, J. Drake, R. Dejarnac, B. Barrett, 
J. Decker, J. Reece, J. Cox. Eighth Row: 

B. Hucks, A. Hart, J. Clary, C. Hamilton, 

C. Mayrand, S. Shelor, J. Barber, G. 
Grice, H. L. Morgan, F. Bradshaw, R. 
Howard, W. Redman, L. Sims, C. Robert- 
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First Row: J. Collins, treasurer; M. S4ngletary, vce-president; B. Walsh, president; E. Holmes, secretary. Second Row: B. Davis, B. Ward, 
L Nunn, J. Butler, B. Swain, S. Thorpe, L. Wilcox, S. Lineberger. Third Row: C. Coan, P. Hooper, M. Pfaff, B. G. Heefner, P: Walker, B. Cha- 
fin, A. Orrell, P. Ray, B. Hemrick, C. Mayrand, S. Blackmore, C. Howell, Miss Caldwell. Fourth Row: M. E. Hunt, N. Cox, B. Greer, B. Steele, 
M. Mitchell, A. Warren, H. Odom, F. Speas, A. Zimmerman, N. Dunham, T. Dunn. 




Ojfice Pages And Receptionists 

First Row: C. Robertson, B. Trotter, E. Latimer, S. Smith, J. Cox, P. Parrish, A. Speas, P. Rau, K. Masten. Second Row: J. Hamrick, A. Smith, 
P. Wolberg, B. Newsome, M. Mitchell, A. Pulliam, M. Dwiggins, E. Fulmer, B. Burgess. Third Row: D. Rogers, K. Bernhard, B. Bulla, M. Martin, 

B. Tucker, J. Baker, B. Gardner, L. Beoch, C. Ridgeway, F. Brasko. Fourth Row: J. Clary, E. Chipman, B. Chambers, K. Grubbs, S. Dawson, 
L. Wall, P. Amos, N. Bowen, A. Haus^r, P. Briggs. Fifth Row: J. Gil more, B. Norman, B. Glenn, V. Price, G. Howell, N. Pike, J. Eysenbach, 

C. Chandler, K. Welfare, K. L. Smith, S. Zimmerman, J. Cly. Sixth Row: S. Brenner, M. Gold, J. Holton, B. Holton, A. Cave, S. B. Barnhardt, 

D. Binkley, A. Butner, J. Marshal, J. C. Parker, S. Rollick. Seventh Row: A. Collier, P. Williams, B. Gordon, S. Nash, S. Steere, F. Ubele, 
J. Allred, J. Waller, P. Bacon, M. A. Saunde . B. Dixson, I. Bonds, A. Hart, J. Newsome, M. Cox. 

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ReSops 



First Row: Roger Howard, Don Needham, Bill Waldman, Ricky Woiner, Johnny Rehder, Buck Anderson, Stuart Cooper, 
Mike Byrant, Joe Ridgill. Second Row: Barry Snyder, Marshall Orr, Mike Boyd, Dave Stuart, Buck Malcolm. Third Row: 
Billy Hurst, Lawrence Briggs, Frank Freudig, Den Craver, Steve Bradford — piano. 




Onstvumentdil Music Club 



First Row: N. L. Mayer, M. Hart, L. Crawtord, K. Stone, K. Joyce, J. Sherrill, B. Rhudy, B. Gibson, B. Gibson, B. Petree, 
C. Thacker, S. Snyder, M. Lee, J. Petree, J. Vickers, L. Coleman. Second Row: K. Wilcox, G. Kelley, R. Wainer, B. Wald- 
man, T. Vernon, S. Bradford, J. Malcolm, D. Boyd, F. Freudig, M. Orr, M. Bryant, J. Rehder. S. Cooper. B. Snyder. 




Pfiofograpfiy Club 



First Row: S. Samaras, D. Ruskinburk, B. Boyles, C. F. Disher, E. Tierney, R. R. Devlin, A. Cabe, J. Beck. Second Row: 
B. Blackburn, L. Cope, D. Dwiggins, F. Bradshaw. 



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Scribblers Club 



First Row: D. Muller, D. Clay, D. Lineback, S. Sulkin, K. McKeithan, C. Farran, M. Sanders. Second Row: D. Dull, P. 
Kimbel, S. Hardy, C. Ridgeway, E. Eysenbach, S. Bullard, D. Lofland. 




History Club 



First Row: M. Watts, treasurer, C. Cox, president, A. Woodward, vice-president, D. Kinney, president, G. Pitts, secretary, 
B. Snook. Second Row: W. Brothers, B. McCall, J. Grandee, P. Simpson, T. Decker, M. Bradburn, R. Howard, M. Lorber, 
S. Johnson. Third Row: T. Hill, B. Snow, T. L. Stewart, L. H. Kennington, R. Hodges, Mr. Mitchell, B. Gibson, B. Cooper, 
J. Pegram, D. Angell, J. Parsons. 




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First Row: B. White, president, G. Stockton, vice-president, D. Kline, secretary and treasurer. Second Row: J. Miller, S. 
Whicker, R. Isaacs, P. Ferguson, H. Overcash, H. Cradduck. Third Row: A Davis, G. Greene, J. Appleyard, D. Porter, R. 
Angell, P. Licker, B. Groat, T. Wood, R. Marion, S. Staley. 



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Hall Monitors 



first Row: M. Brockwell, A. Conrad, B. Flintom, M. Swanson, S. Jackson. Second Row: S. Shelor, D. Binkley, J. Ridgill, S. Smith, J. Steadman. 
Third Row: C. Marr, D. Goodwin, J. Reece, J. Cox, P. Barbee. Fourth Row: D. Nowell, P. Rau, L. Lockhard, S. Lowery, R. LaPrelle. Fifth Row: 
P. Clanton, L. Hauser, S. Marshall, L. Hines, C. Thacker, A. Davis, K. Travis. Sixth Row: M. Silverman, B. Forrest, G. Collete, B. Reich, K. Ad- 
ams, S. Smith. Seventh Row: Z. Strub, G. Ferebee, N. Stansfield, L. Beach, P. Metcalf, L. Pate, A. Smith, J. Sides. Eighth Row: S. Brenner, 
L. Atkinson, P. Collins, B. Guenther, J. Collins, D. Dull, P. Hubbard, B. Chapped. Ninth Row: S. Bair, M. Jackson, J. Ligon, L. Downs, 
B. Wyrick, J. Gallman, L. Watson, C. Bagnal. Tenth Row: A. Steele, E. McGuire, L. Stokes, S. Brown, D. Kirby, D. Wall, B. Byerly, S. Howell, 
J. Parker. Eleventh Row: P. Bowers, A. Cockerham, D. Hayworth, E. M. Foxworth, S. Peebles, P. Bacon, J. Decker, V. Simpson, A. Banna, 
J. Decker, B. Barringer. 



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sffiU^Hs 



junior -Senior Maffi Club 

First Row: G. McGugan, pres.; W. Curlee, vice-pres.; C. Cashwell, sec; 0. Culler, sponsor. Second Row: H. Morgan, C. Creech B. Smith 
L Miller, T. Cooper, R. Murray, H. Land. Third Row: J. Chitty, L Calhoun, B. Gottenstrater, F. Folb, G. Jenkins, S. ' Leverton B. Stimpson', 
C. Key, D. Green, R. Gasque, B. Gilbert, T. Conrad, T. Hayes, L. Byrd. 



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Dancing Boots 



First Row: P. Walker, P. Bowers, S. Blackmore, D. McQuown, K. Cook, A. Fitts, M. Gold, M. Mitchell, chief; B. Wilson, B. Lineberger, N. Dun- 
ham, asst. chief; B. Ward, A. Davis, P., Dunham, E. Bair. Second Row: M. Markuson, L. Copple, M. Petter, C. Howell, M. Thomas, M. Black- 
.nore, P. Bain, M. Sacks, B. Chafin, S. Young, J. Slaughter, J. Waller, B. Harrill, L. Kimbal, S. Bagnal. Third Row: F. Ubele, C. Strickland, 
B. Brock, M. E. Hunt, M. Pfaff, E. Sample, M. Sams, G. Richardson, S. Thorpe, A. Speas, M. A. Saunders, B. Barringer, M. Swanson, M. B. 
Hinkle, J. Woodward. Fourth Row: L. Fuller, G. Collette, B. Brock, A. Speas, M. Saunders, B. Byerly, E. McGuire, C. Mowery, M. McKeithan, 
J. Fleenor, C. Peters. C. Pratt, N. Mayer, R. Ashburn, L. Edwards. 



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Nancy Dunham, assistant chief; and Meriel 
Mitchell, chief; work hard to bring us enter- 
taining performances throughout the year. 




Our majorettes(P) practice for their Washington 
show. 




Majorettes 



Around the boot: Meriel Mitchell, Nancy Dun- 
ham, Dorothy McQuown, Agnes Fitts, Susan 
Blackmore, Ellen Bair, 'Betty Ward, Patsy 
Bowers, Anne Davis, Barbara Lineberger, Pa- 
tricia Walker, Betty Wilson, Phyllis Dunham, 
Millie Gold, Kay Cook. 




First Row: Betty Ward, Dorothy McQuown, Agnes Fitts, Meriel Mitchell, Chief; Barbara Lineberger, Nancy Dunham, Ellen Bair. Second Row: 
Patricia Walker, Patsy Bowers, Susan Blackmore; Betty Wilson, Millie Gold, Kay Cook, Ann Davis, Phyllis Dunham. 



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The new chief and assistant chief shed a few 
tears of joy after being elected. 



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"White, White, he's our man!" yell the cheer- 
leaders at a basketball game.' 



Around the R. Betsy Holton, Nancy Wasell, Betsy Steele, 
Sandra Lineberger, Cricket Coan, Linda Watson, Phyllis 
Snyder, Betty Gray Heefner, Patsy Collins, Judy Collins. 



Cheerleaders 




fijst Row: Phyllis Snyder, Sandra Lineberger, assistant chief; Cricket Coan, chief; Betsy Steele, Patsy Collins. Second Row: Judy Collins, Betty 
Gray Heefner, Nancy Wasell, Linda Watson, Betsy Holton. 



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Oreftesfra 



First Row: N. Wasell, D. Rollick, C. Thacker, S. Matuzak, P. Walker, A. 
Zimmerman, E. Crouse, B. Chambers. Second Row: B. Cooper, R. Reynolds, 
L. Edwards, S. Bagnal, H. Nanzetta, L. Reynolds, B. Hartnett, B. Ward, D. 
Knighten, C. Rogers, K. Greene. Third Row: M. Bvers. P. Benbow, C. Phil- 
lips, R. Howard, B. Newsome, P. Briggs, J. Newsome, M. Lee, M. Hart, M. 
Orr, B. Snyder, L. Briggs, B. Hurst, N. Mayer, B. Reich. Fourth Row: C. 
Burke, A. Thacker, J. Ridgill, R .Wainer, S. Cooper, B. Waldman, D. Need- 
ham, M. Boyd, F. Freudig, D. Craver, R. Perryman, B. Gilbert, J. McDowell, 
L. Fuller. Fifth Row: T. Vernon, R. Mayer, conductor; B. Malcolm, S. Brad- 
ford, S. Ogden, B. Blackburn, S. Vickers, B. Lowery, B. Petree, J. Peterson, 
P. Hahn, S. Snyder, J. Rehder. 




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Black And Qold Band 

Firs* Row P. Walker, P. Bowers, S. Blackmore, B. Wilson, B. Ward, D. Mc- 
Quown, A. Fitts, M. Mitchell, B. Lineberger, N. Dunham, E. Bair, K. Cook, 

A. Davis, P. Dunham. Second Row: D. Rogers, J. Roberts, H. Nanzetta, B. 
Hartnett, N. Mayer, S. Shepherd, K. Harrison, J. Sherrill, C. Joyce, B. 
Bryan, L. Reynolds, D. Green, S. Kates, J. Peterson, B. Blackburn, D. Rus- 
sell, H. Thomas, S. Snyder, D. Green, J. Rehder, J. Smith, D. Hahn, R. 
Trent, P. Bates, B. Wallman, K. Davis, D. Needham, M. Clancy, R. Howard, 
W. Edwards, J. Vickers, S. Ogden. Third Row: S. Bradford, B. Brewer, C. 
Baldwin, M. Harrington, S. Stroupe, R. Disher, B. Brewer, D. Clitherow, B. 
Newsom, P. Briggs, J. Newsome, R. Gibson, J. Hutcherson J. Petree, M. 
Hart, S. Davidson, D. Haworth, C. Marr, L. Hines, C. Marshall, P. Parrish, 
E. Horwitz, S. Packard, A. Drake, M. Hart, M. Lee, M. Chambers, A. 
Thacker, R. Thomas, S. Cunningham, S. Cooper, M. Bryant, R. Wainer, M. 
Powell, J. Rigall. Fourth Row: M. Ore, B. Snyder, R. Pulliam, L. Crawford, 
G. Kelly, B. Lowery, M. Boyd, F. Freudig, D. Kanoy, H. Trippet, B. Vance, 

B. Gilbert, D. Craver, R. Perryman, B. Hartman, D. Byerly, C. Lincoln, S. 
James, V. Young, S. Sulkin, J. Davis, S. Smith, S. Clifton, R. Robinson, D. 
Bell, B. Gibson, R. Robinson, W. Weaver, K. Stone, K. Wilcox, B. Hurst, L. 
Briggs. Fifth Row: D. Rollick, B. Reich, B. Chambers, K. Hepler, J. Broome, 

C. Lane, B. Petree, B. Rhudy, F. Williams, B. Boyle, D. Chipman, H. Chip- 
man, A. Zimmerman, R. Reynolds, C. Thacker, Mr. Mayer. 





On Floor: J. Allred, S. Cobb, D. Muller, M. White, J. Butler, M. Miller, B. 
Lanier, G. McKenzie. Seated: M. Jackson, S. Steere, P. Bowers, D. Nowell, 
R. A. Pfohl, D. Lewis, J. Turner, J. Clary, M. R. Roberts, M. Clary, M. 
Vandever, C. Colter, A. Whitney, M. Phillips, L. Simpson, M. Roberson. 
First Row: M. Yarborough, J. Ligon, A. Maddrey, E. Isgett, C. Johansen, 
B. Poe, S. Edwards, C. Cann, C. Ridgeway, M. Watson, J. Durana, L. 
Thomas, D. Church, S. Hardy, C. Peters, R. Binkley, R. Bowman, M. Wal- 
lace, P. Williams. Second Row: J. Steadman, S. Dawson, S. Smith, C. 
Inabinet, N. Harrell, M. L. Bates, N. Hemmings, L. Stewart, P. Jones, L. 
Dahlen, C. Baker, S. Beckerdite, R. Witt, S. Kemp, R. Ashburn, L. Davis, 
V. Wood, S. Young. Third Row: S. Bernhardt, S. Airey, J. Fleenor, L. Young, 
K. Traylor, N. Piper, F. Edens, H. Peeples, A. Wilson, L. Abernethy, B. 
Burgess, R. Hudson, B. Ammons, S. Stanford. 



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Mixed Choir 



First Row: D. Muller, N. Harrell, F. Edens, L. Abernethy, J. Ligon, N. 
Adams, S. Smith, C. Cann, R. Bowman, B. Lanier, R. Binkley, S. Edwards, 
M. Watson, C. Ridgeway, A. Whitney, S. Steere, M. Jackson, J. Clary, M. 
Roberson. Second Row: B. Bailey, S. Hardy, S. Dawson, M. Vandever, S. 
Burgess, A. Pulliam, P. Bowers, C. Colter, J. Fleenor, S. Airey, A. Wilson, 
M. Clary, D. Nowell, M. Phillips, J. Steadman, M. Moore, R. Hudson, S. 
Stanford. Third Row: J. Gay, E. Johnson, B. Greenway, D. Chipman, D. 
Newsome, B. Gegenheimer, B. Zeh, T. Cooper, T. Vernon, B. Burgess, C. 
Marion, P. Williams, B. Sugg, B. Cranfill, A. Dinkins, R. Womack, K. Mc- 
Keithen, M. Watts, B. Moore, C. Veitch. Fourth Row: B. Masten, G. Little, 
P. Little, R. Penry, J. Hicks, B. Smith, D. Dwiggins, W. Colter, G. Mc- 
Kenzie, J. Willis, R. Witt, R. Pickett, J .Kausch, B. White, J. Kinney, D. 
Ludlum, J. Parsons, R. Gasque. 




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First Row: B. Snook, B. Cranfill, R. Pickett, D. Chipman, B. White, D. Ludlum, B. Gegenheimer, i. Kinney, D. Newsome, M. Watts, M. Russell. 
Second Row: S. Whecker, T. Cooper, E. Johnson, P. Little, K. McKeithan, J. Gay, A. Dinkins, R. Wommack. Third Row: B. Masten, G. Little, 
R. Gasque, J. Hicks, B. Smith, C. Veitch, R. Perry, B. Greenway, J. Willis, B. Sugg, B. Moore, J. Parsons, W. Colter, D. Dwiggins, B. Zeh. 




Beginning Chorus 



First Row: D. Johnson, R. Miller, B. Harris, C. Green, S. Kinney, B. Adams. Second Row: C. Vaughn, C. Hanna, J. Bredder, S. Mary, C. White, 
C. Oehman, J. Holton, H. Mohr. Third Row: P. Orrell, J. Fulp, J. Frahm, B. Staley, M. A. Fulton, C. Strickland, P. Thompson, V. Scales, 
M. B. Peterson, H. Hester. 



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Usdevs Club 



First Row: M. Watts, C. Lane, R. David, T. Cooper, D. Chipman, D. Carl berg, B. Vaughn, D. Norwood, T. Jarvis. Second Row: R. Murray, 
C. Trogdon, B. Gegenheimer, B. Hurst, D. Stuart, H. Schuitmaker, S. Leverton, J. Mickey, C. Philips, W. Hoest, B. Swaringen, R. Howard, 
L. Byrd. Third Row: B. Smith, S. Gramley, L. Briggs, C. Elkins, B. Wall in, T. Conrad, R. Gasque, B. Leake, E. Johnson, J. Kandzer, D. Dwiggins, 
J. Binkley, B. Jones, B. Stimpson, D. Newsome, M. Nesbit. 




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Vocational Printing 



First Row: Virgil Williams, Mike Georgoulias, Earl Hunt, Don McKnight. Second Row: Charlie Doub, Henry Starbuck, 
Moore, Elbert Stewert, Mr. Clyde McSwain, Instructor. 



Dickie Carmichael, Skipp 



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Strive on to victory 

Sftrdugfi ffie Qolden Rule. 
May we a/ways aspire 

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BILL MASTEN 



1»HN DIXSON 



HAROLD BENDER 



BILL BRYANT 



BILL MACKIE 



Senior Varsify 







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Football coaches left to right: Mr. Webster, Mr. Gramley, Mr. Wilson and Mr. 
Bryson. 



BILL LARMORE 



MICKEY BRA 




The students at Reynolds are not likely to forget the many 
thrills they received from the 1959-1960 football season. It was 
a season that saw the Black Demon team rise to fame as -a well 
recognized state power, and one which ended with the impressive 
record of six wins, one loss, and four ties. Many individual honors 
were won by the players, including Britt Smith and Lyle Blalock, 
who were elected to the All-Conference and All-State teams. All 
of the boys, however, contributed to make a team and a season 
which they will always look back on with pride. 




5TALLINGS 




WAYNE COLTER I LYLE BLALOCK 






HUTCHENS 



NORMAN 
WILKERSON 







JERRY KANDZER 



RUSTY VAUGHN 



JIMMY BULLA 



SAM ROBINSON 



RONALD HODGES WILSON CURLEE 



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BRITT SMITH 

Co-Captain 



Reynolds - Lexington 7-7 

Reynolds - Gray 1 8-0 

Reynolds - Roanoke 27-7 

Reynolds - East Mecklenburg 26-7 

Reynolds - Salisbury 0-0 

Reynolds - Burlington 7-6 

Reynolds - Gastonia ■ 21-7 

Reynolds - High Point 1 8-20 

Reynolds - Garinger 7-7 

Reynolds - Greensboro 7-0 

Reynolds - Greensboro 0-0 

Conference Championship Game 
Record 
6 wins - 1 loss - 4 ties 




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TONY DUNN 

Co-Captain 



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ROBERT RASCOE 





Managers for the 1959 football season are D. Alexander, C. Hamilton, R. 
Orrell, D. Gaskins, B. Daisy. 



s, G. Little, B. 



LAWRENCE MILLER 




DICKIE FRIZZELLE 







STEVE GRAMLEY 






HOWARD BUTNER BARNEY BARNHARDT GROVER^MATLOCK LOUIS CALHOUN 



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Varsify 3oowdl\ Seam 

First Row: J. Kandzer, J. Bulla, B. Stallings, J. Russell, R. Sarratt, R. Voughn, S. Robinson, B. Flintom, H. Morris, J. White, S. Heckard. Second 
Row: B. Masten, N. Wilkerson, C. Perry, J .Dixon, P. Dunn, J. King, L. Miller, T. Dunn, R. Rascoe, K. Fox, D. Frizzelle. Third Row: B. Mackie, 
T. Ogburn, L. Miller, G. Shermer, W. Kurtpatrick, L. Calhoun, S. Gram ley, B. Blair, D. Wolfe, W. Colter. Fourth Row: H. Bender, B. Leake, 

B. Sugg, J. Newton, B. Barnhardt, B. Gottenstrater, M. Bradford, K. Essex, R. Warren, S. Disher, G. Forrest. Fifth Row: Mr. Bryson, W. Curlee 

C. Adams, L. Blalock, B. Larmore, S. Stanley, G. Matlock, L. H. Hutchens, H. Butner, R. Hodges. Sixth Row: Mr. Gramley, S. Blake, G. Petty, 
J. Harrington, D. Burton, B. Smith, C. Hauser, L. Cruse, L. Sale, J. Davis, Mr. Wilson. 



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CROSS COUNTRY RECORD — 1959 SEASON 

Reynolds vs. Andrew Lewis 36-23 

Reynolds vs. WF Frosh vs. VPI Frosh 42-54-36 

Reynolds - West Mecklenburg vs. High Point 27-37-58 

State Meet Third Place 

1959 TRACK SEASON RECORD 

Reynolds vs. Myers Park 61 - 52 

Reynolds vs. High Point 72.5 - 40.5 

Reynolds vs. Burlington 69.2 - 43.8 

Reynolds vs. Greensboro 52-61 

Queen City Relays Third Place 

Central 4-A Conference Meet Third Place 

State Sectional - First Place 

State Finals Fifth Place 

W-S City Meet Six - 1st Places 




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Cross Country fteam 

Members of Cross Country Team Are: Tommy McKenzie, Arthur 
Jacobson, Russell Thomas, Wilbur Manuel, Buck Anderson. 




5rac£ 5eam 



First Row: T. Cordell, T. Fowler, A. Jacobson, K. Essex, J. McGraw, T. McKenzie, J. Rehder, T. Kimbel, Mr. Webster. Second Row: S. Gramley, 
P. Freeman, R. Thomas, J. Anderson, W. Manuel, R. Willard, R. Gibson, L. Briggs. Third Row: B. Benbow, B. Wallin, D. Sprinkle, D. Need- 
ham, D. Morris, K. Wilcox, R. Robinson,,D Norwood. Fourth Row: B. Malcolm, R. Pickett, D. Chipman, W. Smith, G. Yarborough, L. Wright, 
R. Green, J. Jones, C. Wilson, T. Bush. 



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JIM BULLA 





GRAHAM FOREST 



BasSdbal! 




Basketball managers are Jimmy Kaush, Bill Daisy, Chuck Westmoreland, Jim 
Stuart. 



BILL FLINTOM 




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HOWARD MORRIS 



"A dribble, a pass, a shot, and in!" — these words rang out 
time and time again as Reynolds students cheered enthusiastically 
for their fine basketball team. With Bill Grant as captain and 
Mr. Ray Whitley as coach, the boys played basketball that every- 
one enjoyed watching. Although they got off to a fairly slow 
start, the players improved greatly as the season progressed and 
they later developed into a very strong team. 




JOE MIKE WHITE 






STEVE HECKARD 



TOM RUCKER 



JOHN BARROW 



RICHARD HERRING 



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BILL GRANT 

Captain 




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Head Coach 







BILL WEBSTER 

Assistant Coach 




JERRY REID 

Assistant Coach 



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First Row: G. Forest, J. Dixson, J. M. White, H. Morris, T. Rucker. Second Row: L. Miller, B. Flintom, 
B. Grant, R. Gilmore, D. Greene. Third Row: Jim Bulla, S. Highsmith, R. Herring, S. Heckard, J. Barrow. 



STUART HIGHSMITH LARRY MILLER 



DAVID GREENE 



RICHARD GILMORE 



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L. H. HUTCHENS 





BRITT SMITH 



BUBBA BROCKWELL 



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This season was another exciting one for the members of 
the Black Demon baseball team. Led by their coach, Mr. Her- 
man Bryson, the team played two conference games each with 
Greensboro, Lexington, High Point, Salisbury, and Burlington. 
Among the outstanding players this season were Britt Smith, 
the only returning starter from the '59 team, and Joe White, 
a junior hurler who had two years previous experience. Alto- 
gether, the boys made up a good team which won many fans at 
Reynolds. 



# TONY DUNN 








CHUCK WESTMORELAND 






JEROME SHAPIRO 



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DAVID GASKINS 






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First Row: C. Perry, B. Stallings, J. Dixson, G. McGugan, F. Einstein. Second Row: B. Chambers, C. 
Hamilton, T. Ogburn, T. Conrad, C. F. Disher, L. Rice, E. Scott, G. Niblock. 



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ennis 





First Row: D. Meschan, D. Powell, R. Gilmore, B. Leake, T. Blalock, A. Sarratt. Second Row: A. Drake, 
J. Morris, T. Thorton, G. Hartman, P. Freeman, S. Cooper. 



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Qirls' Varsity 
Speedball 




First Row: L. Lockard, J. Ayers, E .M. Foxworth, S. Craft. Second Row: M. Blackmore, P. Bain, 
P. Dunham, B. Gegenheimer, J. Stafford, D. Pfefferkorn, C. Shields, J. Hill, S. Shelor, Miss 
Dinkins. Third Row: S. Bain, J. Hutcherson, B. Poe, N. Koelmel, K. Sapp, A. Steele, N. Snow, D. 
Dunford, D. Hayworth, M. Eidson, B. Bulla, P. Byrd, C. Marr. 




Qu\s J Varsity 
SojtUl 




First Row: J. Woodward, P. Dunham, J. Butler, C. Shields, L. Foster, L. Heritage, J. Allred, C. 
Simmons, M. Blackmore, M. Boyer, E. Latimer, C. Inabinet. Second Row: P. Bain, B. Poe, J. 
Sides, S. Decker, B. Brewer, B. Granade, N. Putnam, M. Clayton, P. Rudolph, G. Ferebee, M. 
Davis, Miss Dinkins. Third Row: L. Pate, L. Beach, C. Marr, P. Byrd, J. Hamrick, D. Hayworth, 
M. Martin, K. Teague, A. Steele, B. Bulla, D. Dull, P. Petree, S. French. 



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Q\x\s Varsity 
Bas£ef6a/Z 




Qixls' Varsify 
tennis 





First Row: J. Woodward, C. Shields, J. Hill, L. Foster, D. Pfefferkorn, L. Heritage, M. Boyer, P. 
Dunham, B. Gegenheimer, G. Ferebee, J. Holton, A. Nelson, C. Coan, B. Barringer, J. Cox, S. 
Shelor. Second Row: N. Mayer, J. Allred, C. Mowery, E. McGuire, A. Hart, L. Beach, N. Koel- 
mel, P. Petree, P. Rudolph, B. Cox, M. Blackmore, P. Bain, S. Dunnagan, S. Decker, A. 
Orrell, Miss Dinkins. Third Row: P. Huband, C. Conrad, C. Marr, P. Byrd, A. Steele, K. Teague, 
D. Haworth, E. M. Foxworth, G. Howell, B. Bulla, M. Martin, S. Brown, B. Reich, J. Hutcher- 
son, N. Snow, D. McQuown. 




First Row: N. Foster, B. Gegenheimer, D. Pfefferkorn, P. Barbee, S. Dunnagan, S. Craft, L. 
Lockard, M. A. Swaney. Second Row: B. Swain, C. Conrad, K. Sapp, E. M. Foxworth, A. Cock- 
erham, M. Eidson, J. Ayers, Miss Dinkins. 



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Monogram Club 



The white letter sweaters worn 
proudly by many of the boys at Reyn- 
olds designate them as members of 
the Monogram Club. Throughout the 
year, the active members could be 
found guarding the doors at basket- 
ball games or organizing the Black 
and Gold campaign. 





MR. SHIRLEY WILSON 

Sponsor 



Tony Dunn, President; Harold Bender, Vice-President; Phil 
Dunn, Secretary; Lyle Blalock, Treasurer. 



First Row: T. Dunn, president; H. Bender, 
vice-president; P. Dunn, secretary; L. Bla- 
lock, treasurer. Second Row: B. Masten, J. 
Dixson, D. Gaskins, B. Mackie, B. Orrell, G. 
Little, L. H. Hutchens, G. Matlock, B. 
Smith, J. Stuart, D. Kinney, N. Wilkerson. 
Third Row: H. Butner, J. Muecke, R. Ras- 
coe, B. Barnhardt, C. Hamilton, B. Bryant, 
B. Stallings, M. Colter, S. Robinson, J. Bulla, 
T. Shamel, D. Powell, B. Grant. Fourth Row: 
D. Alexander, J. Davis, C. Hauser, A. Philo, 
D. Burton, C. Adams, J. Harrington, G. 
Forest, L. Miller, C. Davis, L. Calhoun, R. 
Hodges. Fifth Row: W. Curlee, L. Briggs, 
H. Gilmore, A. Jacobsen, J. Herring, K. 
Flanagan, L. Heckard, M. Morris, N. Cef- 
fus, R. Vaughan, 0. Rose, B. Lard. 




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Coaches 



These are some of the coaches who lead the athletics program. They are Mr. Jerry Reid, Mr. Shirley Wilson, Miss June Dinkins, Mr. Ray Whit- 
ley, and Mr. Herman Bryson. Other coaches are Mr. Don Kelly, Mr. William Webster and Mr. Dale Gramley. 




Qym Leaders 



First Row: M. Mitchell, president; N. Dunham, vice-president; S. Bain, s 
C. Howell, C. Coan, G. Ferebee, N. Snow, N. Cox, B. Bulla, A. Badgett. 
Watson, B. Swain, M. Burgess, K. Teague, A. Orrell. Fourth Row: J. H 
Srallings, Miss Dinkins. Fifth Row: S. Nash, M. Swanson, M. Thornten, V. 
Row: B. Norman, M. B. Hinkel, M. Budd, M. Mitchell, H. Deepees, B. 
P. Huband, M. Blackmore, J. Holton, M. Thomas, P. Bain, A. Steele, C. 
K. Sapp, B. Gegenheimer, E. Latimer, C. Inabinet, M. Davis, N. Putnam, 
J. Fleenor, C. Baker, E. McGuire, C. Mowery, A. Parker, K. Traylor, K. A 
S. Smith, D. Dunford, K. L. Smith, P. Metcalf, J. Cranfield, D. Bumgar 



ecretary; J. Ayers, treasurer. Second Row: S. Collins, G. Savage, T. Fulp, 
Third Row: J. Sechrist, D. Dull, S. Harvel, G. Walker, L. Harper, L. 

arding,, J. Richarcjson, D. Hill, J. Carter, K. V. Smith, B. Harrell, P. 
Young, C. Carlton, A. Speas, D. Pfefferkorn, J. Fulp, A. Conrad. Sixth 

Poe, J. Hill, L. Holmes, B. Bennett. Seventh Row: E. Kirby, K. Harrison, 
Todd, P. B. Dunham. Eighth Row: G. Collette, N. Mayer, K. Greenn, 
J. Hamrick, J. Doley. Ninth Row: B .Reich, K. Williamson, A. Maddrey, 

men, R. Trent, B. Collins. Tenth Row: M. Boyer, J. Zigler, W. Corneliu, 

ner, M. Sams, M. Chambers, V. Mahaffey. 



(/iris' Athletic Association 

First Row: E. M. Foxworth, Intra-mural Council; G. Savage, Point Recorder; L. Lockard, Point Recorder; B. Swain, President; S. Taylor, Vice 
President; P. Dunham, Treasurer; D. Dull, Secretary; A. Badgett, Secretary. Second Row: Council — J. Cox, M. Sanders, M. A. Hart, B. Reich, 
J. Dinkins, C. Dize, S. Craft, N. Putnam, J. Hamrick, N. Gardner, J. Collins. Third Row: B. Gardner, E. Carlton, B. Lineberger, N. Snow, N. Cox, 

A. Cockerham, B. Chappell, M. E. Hunt, D. McQuown, M. Pfaff, M. Mitchell Fourth Row: E. Latimer, J. Durana, P. Bain, M. Gold, 
J. Holton, L. Stokes, V. Lovell, J. Schneider, K. Kappes, S. Dunnagan, N. Burgess, B. Brewer, L. Holmes, G. Ferebee, D. Pfefferkorn. Fifth Row: 

B. Gegenheimer, P. Murray, P. Henry, B. Davis, P. Barbee, M. Saks, B. Walsh, N. Foster, D. Bumgardner, B. Chafin, M. Dwiggins. Sixth Row: 
F. Ubele, L. Abernathy, B. Bailey, S. French, A. Davis, L. Pate, C. Inabinet, D. Patterson, A. Fitts, S. Blackmore, P. Bacon, L. Wilcox, L. Wat- 
son, S. Collins. Seventh Row: S. Shelor, B. Bulla, S. Barnhardt, K. Burke, K. Masten, L. Hines, C. Peters, L. Atkinson, N. Koelmel, C. Thacker, 
K. Amen, N. Mayer, G. Collette, P. Huband, B. Collins. Eighth Row: S. Nash, B. Harrill, C. Carlton, M. Thornton, C. Robertson, V. Ekvall, J. 
Woodward, B. Forrest, P. Stallings, M. Blackmore, B. D. Cox, P. Hahn, S. Packard, M. Davis, L. Dahlen, J. Yandell. Ninth Row: P. Rudolph, P. 
Walker, S. James, P. Fearrington, R. Blackwell, P. Richardson, F. Fleenor, M. McKeithen, M. Fobert, M. R. Trife, S. Calaway, T. Walker, M. 
Stafford. Tenth Row: N. Pike, S. Besson, S. Jackson, S. Matuszak, L. Pratt, P. Pearce, S. Howell, E. McQuire, W. Siraney, G. S. Todd, J. K. 
Chipman, C. Baker, C. Cashual, S. Siewers, D. Owen, K. Sapp, Eleventh Row: F. Brasko, B. Byerly, C. Bagnal, K. Kirkland, J. Ziglar, S. Cruser, 

C. Hartman, C. Mowery, C. Nanny, M. Wolfe, S. Decker, R. Ashburn, J. Slawter, K. Cockerham, G. Richardson, E. Wenger, S. Kaplan. Twelfth 
Row: P. Collins, M. Waggoner, S. Airey, J. Fleenor, J. C. Parker, C. Marr, D. Muller, M. Mitchell, C. Parrish, C. Winder, P. Bowers, C. May- 
rand, E. Enders, E. Kirby, D. Thomas, B. Norman, B. Davis. Thirteenth Row: M. R. Dobbins, P. Clanton, L. Davis, B. Steele, S. Edwards, B. 
Blazby, L. Pettyjohn, T. Beitchman, J. Allred, L. Jackson, D. Wall, P. Williams, S. Dawson, A. Pulliam, A. Hart, A. Smith, M. Rogan. Fourteenth 
Row: J. Sechrist, Z. Strub, M. Phillips, J. Beard, J. L. Harrold, T. Cooke, J. O'Brien, B. Greer, H. Odom, B. Heefner, P. Hooper, A. Orrell, M. 
Singletary, E. Westmoreland, B. Holton, L. Heritage, P. Kellogg, P. Petree. Fifteenth Row: D. Westmoreland, J. Cly, M. Martin, J. A. Stafford, 
S. Bain, M. Eidson, K. Traylor, G. Howell, B. Barringer, T. Fulp, M. Jackson, C. Howell, F. Speas, N. Dunham, S. Thorpe, P. Ray, A. Collier, A. 
Warren, M. Cox. 



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g. a. a. 



The swish of ice-skates, the roar of a bowling ball, 
the whack of a tennis racquet — these are just a few 
of the sounds that identify the many sports sponsored 
by the G.A.A. The members enjoyed participation in 
sports as well as socials such as the Council outing and 
the annual Mother-Daughter Banquet. 







Intra-Mural Council members are Judy Collins, Nancy 
Gardner, Eva Mae Foxworth, Ann Cockerham, Jeanette 
Cox. 





Officers of the G. A. A. are Gail Savage, point 
recorder; Ann Badgett, secretary; Donna Dull, 
secretary; Beth Swain, president; Sharon Taylor, 
vice-president; Phyllis Dunham, treasurer; Linda 
Lockard, point recorder. 





Miss Dinkins is our G. A. A. sponsor with a helping word 
and smile for every girl on the campus. 



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3oof6afl Homecoming Queen Basketball Homecoming Quee 



Ellen Bair was chosen by the football team as Homecoming Queen 
for the 1959 season. 



Ellen Holmes was crowned Homecoming Queen for the basketball 
team this winter. 




Senior Marsfials 



First Row: Betsy Holton, Betty Gray Heefner, Patricia Walker, Patsy Collins. Second Row: Judy Collins, Sharon Bain, Betsy Steele, Barbara 
Gardner, Barbara Lineberger. Absent: Nancy Gardner. 



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