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it provides a deeper insight." 




". . . the bounds- of learning have not been exhausted." 



revard, n.c. 




VV: • nter as individuals 




". . . our regret should not discourage us . 



"Our romantic view . . . is shadowed by the realism of our 
presence." 




contents 

introduction 1 

faculty 12 

students 28 

activities 76 

athletics 102 

features 124 

soph, direct. 140 

advertising 144 

student 154 
index 



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Richard Jones 


Editor 


Jane Hoke 


Business Manager 


Mrs. C. E. Roy 


Adviser 







BREVARD COLLEGE 
A NEW REALITY 



Any college — old or young, large or small, must 
have a living personality separate and distinct from all 
others. This identity is what makes it worthy of its name. 
This personality, this individuality, should be deeply 
rooted in its philosophy and objectives, and revealed 
through its actions. Brevard College, living through its 
name and ideals, has maintained this distinct identity. 

Thus we, the students, come to Brevard College, 
realizing that there is another influence in life by which 
we may become transformed. Here we know we will 
continue our developing years of discovery — discovery 
of ourselves and our talents, of knowledge and of faith. 

We are so hesitant to approach this venture, so 
awed at first by the challenge. Our romantic view of 
college is shadowed by the realism of our presence. 
Thrown suddenly into a new encounter with life and 
individuals, we find that we are alone in a crowd, and 
that our first task is to make ourselves a part of this 
enterprise. 

We seem to be veterans after so little experience; 
but can we bear a close examination? Experience does 
not provide infallible knowledge each time, but accumu- 
lated, it provides a deeper insight. 

Here at Brevard College we have been offered the 
chance to adjust to a new aspect of life. Our decision to 
accept or to reject this opportunity is one we will regard 
either with regret or with pleasure. But our pleasure 
should not delude us, and our regret should not dis- 
courage us, for we must realize that the bounds of 
learning have not been exhausted. There are many fields 
and few fences. 

We enter as individuals, we mix, we sift new ideas 
through our minds. Then we are ready to leave, still 
individuals, but possessors of a new spirit of unity which 
we have found at Brevard College. 






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. . . possessors of a new spirit of unity 



"We seem to he veterans . . ." 




. we mix, we sift new ideas . . ." 





. . deeply rooted in its philosophy . 



■ discovenj of ourselves and our talents . . . 














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. we are ready to leave . . ." 



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DEDICATION 



LOUISE PEAVY MILLER 

We dedicate the 1964 PERTELOTE to one who shares with us her love for 
fine music, steadies us with her gentle good humor, and, above all, believes in us. 



Infinite patience is one of the secrets of her fine teaching 




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THE PRESIDENT 








Dr. Emmett K. McLarty has served as President 
of Brevard College since 1957. His calm strength and 
deep concern pervade every phase of college life, to the 
end that his dedication to Brevard College and its ideals 
is a source of inspiration to all. 



EMMETT KENNEDY McLARTY, JR. 

PRESIDENT OF BREVARD COLLEGE 

A.B., B.D., DUKE UNIVERSITY 

D.D., PFEIFFEB COLLEGE 



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John Boyce Beimctt 

Dean of the College 

A. B., Wofford College, B. D., Ph.D., 

Duke University 



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ADMINISTRATION 




Social records are important, too. 



EstOn Eugene Roberts 

Dean of Men 

A. B., Berry College, M. A., University 

of North Carolina 



Alma Lineberger Dellinger 

Adviser to Women 





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Charles Arthur Butterworth, Jr. 

Business Manager 









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William Glenn Hardest)- 

Director of Public Relations 
B. S., North Carolina State College 



The balances lie here. 



Charles Edward Roy 

Chaplain 

A. B., Piedmont College, B. D., 

Emory- University; M. A., Graduate 

Study, George Peabody College 





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FACULTY 




Nelson Falls Adams 
Music 
A.B., M.R.E., Duke Uni- 
versity: M.S.M. and Grad- 
uate Study, Union Theo- 
logical Seminary 




Beverly Lake Allen 
R. N., Health 
B.S.P.H.N., University of 
North Carolina; Graduate 
Study, University of North 
Carolina and University of 
Pennsylvania 




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Ruth Wagenfeld Alexander 

Biologv 
B.S., M.S. Ed., Western 
Carolina College 





John Boyce Bennett 

Religion 

A.B., Wofford College; B. 

D., Ph.D., Duke University 



Mrs. Munro discusses correct typing procedure 



Brevard College provides a curriculum for two-year 
terminal students in Secretarial Science and Business 
Administration. Preparation is also made for transfer to 
senior colleges. Students who have completed the pro- 
gram at Brevard are well qualified to handle profes- 
sional jobs or to continue in training. 






Rosanelle Cash Bennett 
Languages 
A.B., M.A.. Duke Universi- 
ty 



A sophomore p. e. class Icarus hou. to "trip the light fantastic' 



Rubie Plant Butterworth 

Library Assistant 
A.B., Florida State Univer- 
sity, M.A., Northwestern 
University 



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A good performance depends on concentration at rehearsals. 






Rachel Cathey Daniels 
Mathematics 
A.B., Meredith College; 
Graduate Study, North 
Carolina State College and 
Furman University 



Frank Nicholas Egerton 
Physics and Mathematics 
A.B', M.A., Duke Universi- 
ty; E.E., Princeton Univer- 
sity; Graduate Study, Co- 
lumbia University 



Joseph Moore Dixon 
Librarian 
B.S., Library Science, Ap- 
palachian State Teachers 
College; Graduate Study. 
University of North Caro- 
lina 



Charles Ray Fishter 
Business Education 
B.S., Western Carolina Col- 
lege; M.B.A., University of 
Georgia 



Students frequently seek help from the members of the library 
staff 





Katherint- Wardlaw Giles 
Physical 

Education for Women 
A.B., University of North 
Carolina; M.A., Appalach- 
ian State Teachers College 



Nell Hines Harris 
Social Sciences 
A.B., M.A.. Winthrop Col- 
lege; M.A.. Columbia Uni- 
versity; Graduate Study, 
University of North Caro- 
lina 





Richard Davis Howe 

Social Sciences 
Physical Education 
B.S., M.A., Appalachian 
State Teachers College; 
Graduate Study, University 
of Florida 



Completion of registration forms is a necessary chore 



Social Science studies are designed to enlarge the 
student's understanding of his geographical, cultural and 
historical heritage. Courses in economics, government, 
and sociology are taught with six semester hours of 
history being required for the associate in arts degree. 




Jack Crawford Keeter 
Mathematics 
A.B., Berea College; M.A., 
Appalachian State Teach- 
ers College; Graduate Stu- 
dy, University of Texas; 
Rvitgers University 




Mary Gladys Lobdell 
Biology 
B.S., Mississippi State Col- 
lege for Women; M.S., Un- 
iversity of Illinois; Gradu- 
ate Study, University of 
Minnesota 



Marjorie Parrish Lockwood 

English 
A.B., Georgetown College; 
M.A., University of Wiscon- 
sin; Graduate Study, George 
Peabody College and West- 
ern Carolina College 





A biology class studies the parts of a rat 



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Henry Clyde McDonald 
Engineering Drawing 
B.S., Clemson College 



Leighton Wright Martin 

Health and Physical 

Education, Director 

of Athletics 

A B , Mercer University; M. 

Ed., University of North 

Carolina 



William Louis Miles 

Religion 

A.B., Berea College; S.T.B.. 

S.T.M., Boston University 



Students learn basic elements and principles of design 




Techniques in painting are emphasized by Mr- Murray 




An important asset in the study of languages is the Rheem-Califone laboratory. 




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Physics students demonstrate 
through practical experiments 



application of principles taught 




Harvey Horatio Miller, Jr. 

Music 
A.B., B. Mus„ M.A., Uni- 
versity of North Carolina 




Dorothea Joan Moser 
Music 
B. Mus., Woman's College 
of the University of North 
Carolina; M.A. and Grad- 
uate Study, University of 
North Carolina; Fulbright 
Scholar, Oslo University 




Louise Peavy Miller 
Diploma, Huntingdon Col- 
lege; Diploma, Fontaine- 
bleu, Conservatoire Ameri- 
caine; Pupil of Anthony 
Stankowitch, Frank La 
Forge and Isadore Philipp; 
Graduate Study, Columbia 
University and Florida 
State University 




Grace Jackson Munro 

Business Education 

B.S., Winthrop College; M. 

S., University of Tennessee 



Miss Nicholson explains the theory of a chemistry experiment 





The study of history comes alive through the capable teaching 
of Mrs. Harris. 



FACULTY 



Courses in religion are designed to encourage a 
scholarly and reverent approach to the study of the Old 
and New Testaments. It is their aim to promote a better 
knowledge and appreciation of the material studied. 
Six semester hours of religion are required for gradua- 
tion. 



Mario Pedro Perez 
Business Administration 
and Languages 
C.C., Candler College, La 
Habana, Cuba; C.P., Escu- 
ela de Ciencias Commerci- 
ales, Universidad de La 
Habana, Cuba 



Viola 



Perez 



Casanova de 
Languages 
Bachiller en Ciencias y Le- 
tras, Instituto de Santa 
Clara, Cuba; Doctor en 
Pedagogia, Universidad de 
La Habana, Cuba 




With the help of Mr, Miles, a student plans his schedule 
Bobbie Jean Nicholson 
Chemistry 
B.S., Furman University: 
M.S., Michigan State Uni- 
versity; Graduate Study, 
Vanderbilt University and 
Texas Woman's University 



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Douglas Timothy 
Murray 
Art * 
A.B., Graduate Study, Uni 
versity of North Carolina 




Roberta Myrtle Riegel 

Languages 

A.B., Central College; M.A., 

University of Chicago; Ph. 

D., University of Illinois 



Eston Eugene Roberts 
English 
A.B., Berry College; M.A., 
University of North Caro- 
lina 






FACULTY 




Engineering drawing has some of its mijsteries unravelled by Mr. McDonald. 
at Brevard endeavor to be of 



The music courses 
service both to the student who desires to make music 
his vocation and to the student interested in music as a 
source of personal enjoyment. Opportunities are given 
for participation in various musical organizations and 
ensembles, acquainting the performers and listeners with 
the major styles, periods, composers, and compositions 
through the mediums of vocal, choral and instrumental 
music. 



Charles Edward Roy 
Religion and Psychology 
A.B., Piedmont College; B. 
D., Emory University; M.A., 
Graduate Study, George 
Peabody College 



Ena Kate Sigmon 
English 
A.B., Lenoir-Rhyne College; 
Graduate Study, Duke Uni- 
versity; M.Ed., University 
of \orth Carolina 





Mary Wilson Stevenson 
Assistant Librarian 
A.B., Wesley an College; 
Graduate Study, George 
Peabody College; Appala- 
chian State Teachers Col- 
lege, University of North 
Carolina 



Celia Hooper Tauscher 
English 
A.B., Berea College; Grad- 
uate Study, Duke Universi- 
ty; University of North 
Carolina 




Mr. Egerton discusses a problem in physics during the laboratory 
period. 





Hard at work at arranging a satisfactory program of academic 
courses. 



Gerhard Volker Tauscher 
German 
Physical Education 
A.B., Berea College; Grad- 
uate Study, University of 
North Carolina 



Alan Wallace 
Drama and Speech 
A.B., Earlham College; 
Graduate Study. University 
of Chicago and Yale Uni- 
versity 




George Larry Whatley 
Music 
B.M., Graduate Study. Un- 
iversity of Alabama 



Dewey Richard Whitaker 
Chemistry 
A.B., Western Carolina Col- 
lege; M.S.. North Carolina 
State College 






A course in English Literature is an integral part of the cur- 
riculum. 

Faculty members are constantly available for discussion of a 
variety of subjects. 




ADMINISTRATIVE 
ASSISTANTS 




Mabel McNeely Alderman 

Secretary to the Director of 

Public Relations 




Bess Reap Buckner 

Assistant Director of 

Cafeteria 




Dean Bennett discusses with Mrs. Martin her work for the day 




Elsie Perry Burhans 
Faculty Secretary 

An unusual situation— Mr, 
Cantrell is almost NEVER 
seated at a desk! 




Quentin Engene Cantrell 
Director of Maintenance 




Clarence Allman Goldsmith 
Supervisor of Housekeeping 



Ceraldine Bagley Keaton 
Director of Cafeteria 




Louise McCain Kenerly 
Secretary to die President 




J. D. McCall 

Superintendent of Buildings 

and Grounds 



LaVeme Thomas McCall 
Assistant in College Store 



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Ruth ScroggS Martin 
Secretary to the Dean 



Marshall Lee Messor 
Manager of College Store 




Adelaide Hart Miller 

Secretary to the Music 

Faculty 



Doris Evelyn Montgomery 

Receptionist and Secretan 

to the Business Manager 




Obviously Mrs. Keaton enjoys her work . 






Irma Rahn Montieth 
Bussar 



Dorothy Staton Pace 
Bookkeeper 



Viola Perez Talley 

Secretarial Assistant in 

Office of Admissions 



Brona Nifong Ro) 
Recorder 



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MR. AND MISS SOPHOMORE 



Margaret Harris 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS 
OFFICERS 



Bill Starnes, President 



In the beginning we could scarcely envision an end, 
yet here we are at one end, with another beginning, 
and again we are unable to see the end. As members 
of the sophomore class, we have done our best to make 
ourselves a part of the enterprise known as "college life." 



Mike Brown, SGA Representative 





Mike Starnes, Vice-President 
Sue Kearns, Secretarv-Treasurer 




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Ann Bridges Albright 

Miami, Florida 



William Frederick Alderisio 

Paramus, New Jersey 

David William Alford 
Fayetteville 



Nancy Karen Anderson 

Baldwin, New York 



Catherine Sue Atwell 

Brevard 



Sarah Anne Barber 
Allendale, South Carolina 



Jane gets the swing of things — especially when it comes 
to snowballs. 



Judy Elaine Barnes 

Easley, South Carolina 




David Kenneth Bashaw 

Black Mountain 




SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Thomas Charles Bingham 
Brevard 

Donna Jean Blankinship 

Brevard 



Melba Lee Blanton 

Concord 

Sara Frances Boatwright 
Johnston, South Carolina 





Tommie Faye Bowman 

Bartow, Florida 

Tommy Oscar Brookshire 

Hudson 



George Michael Brown 

Tampa, Florida 

Luther Lee Cannon 

Lexington 




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Margaret Ann Canble 

Duluth, Georgia 

Margaret Elaine Chafin 
Waynesville 



Stephen Nichols Chandler 

Durham 

George Stephens Clark 

Summcrville, South Carolina 



Jean Elizabeth Clark 

Asheville 



Dana Lawall Congdon 

Hendersonville 



Julia Adcox Congdon 
Hendersonville 



Ellyn Elizabeth Connors 
Newport News, Virginia 





Lowell Livingstone Curry 
W.nriesboro, Virginia 



Priscilla Gail Dalway 

Phoenixville, Pennsylvania 

Benjamin Gilbert Daniel 

Spring Hope 

Margaret Davidson 

Marion, South Carolina 



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Lawrence Moseley Davis 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Mario Dell Amico 

Havana, Cuba 



Mary Helen DeGroat 

Ridgewood, New Jersey 

Francis Vincent Dennen, Jr. 

Bergenfield, New Jersey 




Linda Gail Dotson 

Canton 

Robert Graden Duckworth 

Mount Holly 






Linda Carol Edwards 

Aberdeen 



Bertie Ann Ezzell 

Waxhaw 



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All this for an athletic scholarship! 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 




David Allen Farnsworth 
Hendersonville 

Dorothy Lynne Faulkner 

Charlotte 

Zan Keith Fisher 

Forest Citv 



John Fdwin Foil 
Raleigh 

Jean Barbara Furman 

Honesdale, Pennsylvania 

Nell Wakefield Gardner 

Richmond, Virginia 



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Benjamin Carl Gillespie 

Charleston Heights, South Carolina 



Jacqueline Godfrey 

Mineral Springs 



"Who will buy this wonderful feeling and put it in a box for 



Johnny Michael Goforth 

Kannapolis 



John Albert Graveline 

Agawam, Massachusetts 






SOPHOMORE CLASS 




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Cheryl Darlene Greene 
Bryson Cit\ r 




Judith Ann Hall 
WaynesvUle 




Barbara Ann Hamilton 

Brevard 




Thomas Russell Hamilton 
Wins ton -Salem 




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Michael Lee Hampton 
Wins ton- Salem 


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Mary Elizabeth Hardin 

Asheboro 


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James Michael Harris 

Dillon, South Carolina 




Margaret Frances Harris 

Black Mountain 

Barbara Jane Hemdon 

Alexandria, Virginia 




Jane Ann Hoke 

Davidson 



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James William Holder 

Pinnacle 



Louis Vemer Holder 

Central, South Carolina 



Brenda Lorraine Hoi ling sworth 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Donna Marie Hooker 

Mount Airy 




Nancy Anna Howard 
Franklin 



Joseph Edward Humphries 
Andrews, South Carolina 



Karen Nancy Hunter 

Charlotte 

Mertis Annette Hyatt 

Candler 



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Nelia Eve Illemszky 

Alexandria, Virginia 

George Wilson Jenkins 

Simpsonville, South Carolina 

Dean Alfred Jevons 
Agawam, Massachusetts 



Ernest Louis Jones 
Waynesville 



William Richard Jones 
Latrobe, Pennsylvania 



Jack Barry Kale 
Shelby 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Hurry, Gang, they may be running out of food! 





Claude Vaughn Leslie 

Easley, South Carolina 

Edward Aaron Levy 
Altamonte Springs, Florida 

Caroline Lee Lobban 
Homestead, Florida 




Wanda Loueen Mace 

Staunton, Virginia 

Robert Franklin Malsby 

Marietta, Georgia 



Donald Neil Marion 

Waynesboro, Virginia 



Jane Alice Martin 
Lewisville 



Lawrence Parker Martin 

Newberry, South Carolina 

Robin Lynn May 

Rockville, Maryland 



Jane Marie Mazzeo 

West Acton, Massachusetts 



Marguerite Joyce Meiner 

Orlando, Florida 



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SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 




"They are all gone now — there is nothing more the sea can do to me' 
(RIDERS TO THE SEA) 





Fred Caustion MiJIer 

Winston-Salem 

Nancy Lee Mills 

Sparta, New Jersey 

Elizabeth Gordon Montgomery 

Haw River 



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John Richard Mueller 

Brevard 

Kenneth Haskell Nash 

Norfolk, Connecticut 



Banks Ely Nicholson, Jr. 

Brevard 



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Malcolm Nathaniel Noel I 

Hickory 

Terry Austin Norman 

Winston-Salem 



Nancy Jane On- 
Scotch Plains, New Jersey 



Melba Annette Partin 
Haines City, Florida 



John Charles Poe 

Winston-Salem 



Carl Clifford Powell 

Rosman 



Charles Volkmar Powell 
Douglaston, New York 

Joyce Elaine Purser 

Andrews 



James Alfred Raper 

Orlando, Florida 




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Jaii Ingrid Rarig 

Ocean City, New Jersey 

Carolyn Patricia Pucker 
Asheville 

Susan Miller Rising 

Bronxville, New York 








SOPHOMORE CLASS 



How to succeed in Dean Roberts' Lit Class without 
REALLY Trying, 




Daniel Merritt Roberts 

New Bern 



Victoria June Roveano 

Waynesville 




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Jaime Alfonso Ruiz 

Havana, Cuba 



Randolph Jonathan Salmons 

Roanoke, Virginia 



Jeffrey Hugh Salter 
Beaufort 

Edward Mauriee Schwab 
\Va\nesboro, Virginia 



Margaret Abbott Seeley 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Peggy Sue Sheets 
Pilot Mountain 



Jerry Allen Sheperd 
Winston-Salem 

Neil Sharpe Sherrill 
Lenoir 



Wilma Jane Shouse 
Pfafftown 

Doris Ann Simpson 

Horse Shoe 





Carol Ann Sorton 
Asheville 



Randall Wayne Spencer 

Hifih Point 

Sammie Arthurine Spry 
Kannapolis 



Marian Lee Staley 
Garner 



Leahman Bradley Stanley 
Durham 

Michael Howard Stames 

Asheville 



James Ronald Smith 

Greer, South Carolina 

Barbara Ann Smoot 
Mocksville 




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SOPHOMORE CLASS 




PLEASE sign my petition! 




William Heath Stames 
Waxhaw 

Charles Wendell Stiles 
Robbinsville 

Katriiia Lynn Swigert 

Central Valley, New York 



Edgar Weaver Tanner 
Rutherford ton 

Nancy Thober 

Newton, New Jersey 

Margo Louise Towles 

Fincastle, Virginia 



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Diane Melissa Van DeWeghe 
Englewood, New Jersey 

Grace Elizabeth Varda 
Waxhaw 

Robert Clark Varden 
Mercersburg, Pennsylvania 



Dona Delores Vaughn 
Brooksville, Florida 

Linda Kay Walker 

Winston-Salem 



James Edward Warren 
Nashville 



Michael Ray Trussell 

Charles Town, West Virgini 

William Franklin Tucker 
Charlotte 



Elias Doar Tupper 

Summerville, South Carolina 

Darlene Carey Tyndall 

Seaford, Delaware 




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Thomas Leon Werling 
Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey 



Mary Alice Wilkes 

Brevard 




Zeno Cletus Wright 

Rosman 




Are YOU going, to give blood? 



Deedy Elizabeth Yokeley 

Cramerton 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 
OFFICERS 




Doug Denney, President 



Treva Mitchell, Vice-President 



Coming from many different places, liking different 
things and having a variety of perspectives, the fresh- 
man class is confronted with the pertinent problem of 
adjusting to a new way of life. Realizing that within its 
ranks are the future student leaders of the college, the 
group strives to prepare itself for the responsibilities 
which must be assumed. 



Donna Nichols, Secretarv-Treasurer 



Geary Crist, SGA Representative 








MR. AND MISS FRESHMAN 



Pete Peters 



Sandy Zibelin 





Philip Jordan Adams 
Brevard 

Linda May Ahlborg 
Brockton, Massachusetts 



Richard Andrew Aldridge 

Concord 



Lorcen Rae Anderson 

Aruba, Netherlands Antilles 

Gale Sharon Andrews 
Southampton, Massachusetts 

Alfred Agustin Armengol 
Miami, Florida 



FRESHMAN CLASS 




Ethel Janie Ashby 
Sanford, Florida 

Sarah Anne Augustine 

Haines City, Florida 



Nelle Elizabeth 
Bagwell 

Asheville 

Gail Louise Baker 

Alexandria, Virginia 



Jeffrey Jay Ball 
Clifton, New Jersey 

Gracia Ann Barker 
Charlotte 




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Max David Barron 
Sylva 

Joel Vincent Beam 

Cherryville 

Carolyn Virginia Bell 
Horse Shoe 



Joseph Thomas BlackweU 

Brevard 



Ruby Suzanne Bland 
Salisbury 



Edmund Mike Bolin 

Rowesville, South Carolina 




Russell Howard Bradley 

Try on 



Verdie Maurine Brandon 
Fallston 

Louise Kirsten Brandt 
Oak Ridge, Tennessee 



Mills Yoder Bridges 

Hildebran 

Barbara Louise Brookshire 

Hendersonville 

Penny Brosche 

Jacksonville, Florida 



Gilbert Ray Brown 
Asheboro 

Joseph Edward Brown, Jr. 
Morganton 

Katherine Cody Brown 

Asheville 



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Paula Athena Brown 

Concord 

Richard Lee Brown 

Hendersonville 



Ronald Cole Brown 
Asheville 

Paula Kay Bryson 

Hazel wood 



Richard Reed Buell 

Lansdowne, 
Pennsylvania 

Larry Gene Burch 

Dublin, Georgia 



William George 
Burnett 

Sea Cliff, New York 

Charles Albert 
Burnette 

Brevard 



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WHAT! Room Inspection ... 5 minutes!! 



FRESHMAN CLASS 




Harriet Burkett Burns 

Hopkins. South Carolina 

James Youel Cabe 

Otto 

Lee Edward Callendar 
Pisgah Forest 

Hamilton Lafayette Campbell 

Henderson ville 



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Susan Connor Cannon 

Rutherford College 

Lynda Verne Caruthers 

Arlington, Virginia 





Delores Ann Cathey 

Fletcher 

Susan Ch artier 
Middleton, Massachusetts 



Donald Frederick Cheeseman 

Malone. New York 

George Michael Clark 
Brevard 




William Bradley Combs 
Brevard 

Margaret Jo Connor 

Charlotte 

Edwin Geary Crist HI 

Harrisonburg, Virginia 



Glenda Pauline Curtis 
Dillard, Georgia 

William Welleslev Demeritt III 

Chapel Hill 

Douglas Lester Denny 

Jacksonville, Florida 



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Anne Desmond 

Alexandria, Virginia 

Deedra Rae 
Dickinson 

Winter Park, Florida 



Dianne Isabel 
Dickson 

Orlando, Florida 

Conrad Franklin 
Disher 

Winston-Salem 



Judith Gale Dixon 
Cullen, Virginia 

William Albert Dow 
Hickory 




FRESHMAN CLASS 



One part sulfuric acid to two parts nitroglycerin 
and a little hit of electricity — no more chemistry 
class! 




Jo Ann Doyle 

Greensboro 



Charles David Drum 

Conover 



Catherine Louise Eby 

Havertown, Pennsylvania 






Benjamin Franklin Edmundson 

Salisbury 

Patricia Ann Edwards 

Wavnesville 



Robert Hugh Eldridge 

Brevard 



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Rita Lynn Elliott Colen Hunter Emerson Martha Tane Estes Brenda Ann Eveihart Sandra Kay Eyerhart 

Catawba Pasadena, Maryland Abbeville, South Carolina Orange City. Florida Lexington 




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Robert Sherman Fearing 
Durham 



Joe Monroe Felts 
King 



Ellen Mitchell Fenton 

Albion, New York 



Robert Franklin Ferry 
Birmingham, Alabama 



Albert Herman Field 

Hickory 



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James Kirkland Floyd 

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 

Stephen Barber Foland 

Orlando, Florida 

Patricia Agnes Fox 

Toms River, New Jersey 

Louise Hutson Frampton 

Marion, South Carolina 



Hazel Janet Fuller 

Bryson City 

Linda Myra Gantt 

Conover 

Richard Anthony Gardella 

Fanwood, New Jersey 

Pamela Ann Gardner 

Jacksonville, Florida 



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Bebe Dale Garrett 

Charlotte 

Bette Jean Gawthrop 

Sparta, New Jersey 

Charles Franklin Gilbert 
•^ Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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John Michael Gillespie 

Charleston Heights, South Carolina 

Jay Leo Gleason 

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 

Dorothy Irene Goedert 

Jacksonville, Florida 



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William Carroll Goodman Sharon Raye Gough William Dennis Graves Carolyn Paulette Green Richard Arthur Greene 



Kannapolis 



Femandina Bench, Florida Orange, Virginia 



Rosman 



William Milton Gulledge Carolyn Louise Gunn 

Culberson Mount Holly 



Sandra Sue Haire Norma Jean Hairston 

Advance Greenville, South Carolina 



Candler 

Brenda Kaye Hall 

North Wilkesboro 



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James Lawrence Hall 

Bums\ ille 

Larr>' Harwood Hall 

Asheville 



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Linda Gave Hall 
North Wilkesboro 



Kathryn Scott Hanna 
Greenwood, South Carolina 



Carole Jean Hardy 
Greer, South Carolina 



Mary Ellen Hargrove 
Durham 




FRESHMAN CLASS 



Frank Paul Harmon 
Statesville 



Judith Barbara Harper 
Havertown, Pennsylvania 

Stenhen Randolph Harrison 
Hickory 



James Addison Hayes 

Rockwell 



Billie Pauline Hazleton 

Fanwood, New Jersey 

John Newton Hedrick 
Parker Ford, Pennsylvania 




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Marjorie Ellen Henderson 
Brevard 



Sharon Suzanne Henson 

Otto 



Beverly Anne Hickman 

Arlington, Virginia 

Pamela Sue Hicks 
Clemmons 






Brevard's answer to ALL the folk singers. 



David Mitchell Higginson 

Charlotte 



Nancy Lynn Hightower 
Winter Park, Florida 

Thomas Allen Hinkle 
Lansdowne, Pennsylvania 

James Douglas Hintze 

Salisbury 



Darrell Lee Hogsed 

Brevard 

Martha Jane Hoilman 

Franklin 

Helen Florence Home 

Whitestone, New York 



Patricia Lynn House 

Greenville, South Carolina 




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Wesley Alan Howe 

North Plainfield, New Jersey 

Henderson Lee Howell 
Gastonia 

Norma Gay Hyatt 

Winston -Salem 



Rachel AJice Ingle 

Granite Falls 

Gray Van Ingram 

Winston-Salem 

Man' Alyce Janda 

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 



Nona Jo Jennings 
Easley, South Carolina 

Robert Wayne Jennings 

Femandina Beach, Florida 

Louis Antonio Jimenez 

Havana, Cuba 







Gordon Paul Johnson 
Pittston, Pennsylvania 

Mary Ann Jones 

Greer, South Carolina 

Larry Grey Key 

Charleston, West Virginia 

Michael Dean Key 

Mount Airy 



Lillian Sherard Kinsey 

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 

Jonathan William Kiser 

Wilmington, Delaware 

William Gustave Klaiber 

Linden, New Jersey 

Charlie Alexander Koontz 

Moeksville 



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FRESHMAN 
CLASS 



Mark Arthur Kroah Glenda Carol Lanning Linda Carol Leatherman Patricia Ann Livingston Faith Sharlene Luck 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Lexington Franklin Tampa, Florida Kemersville 

Frances Louise Lynch Susan Margaret McCall Julien Binford McCarthy Jerry Wa>-ne McDaniel Marilyn Blanche McGee 

Lincolnton Sanford, Florida Greenwich, Connecticut Lexington Charlotte 




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James Edward McGill 

Cermanton 

Aundria McGuire 

Pisgah Forest 

Roreen Patrice McManus 
Wayne, New Jersey 



Robert Clifford Mansfield 
Lakeland, Florida 

Virginia Yvonne Markham 

Femandina Beach, Florida 

George Edgar Martin, Jr. 

Jacksonville, Florida 



Juanita Joyce Maugans 

Tucker, Georgia 

Mary Gladys Maybin 

Zirconia 

Susan Mary Megraw 

Lansdowne, Pennsylvania 




Aldred Leon Millman Hugh Vernon Milner 

Fort Lauderdale, Florida Winston-Salem 



Milton Warner Milner 

Hendersonville 



Mary Elizabeth Mitchell Treva Ann Mitchell 

Jacksonville, Florida Spring Hope 





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Ashley Presnell Moore 

Lexington 



Barbara Joan Moore 
Rochester, New York 



Elizabeth Joan Nance Ralph Sheldon Nelson 

Charleston, South Carolina Julian 



Mary Margaret Moore 
Pilot Mountain 

Donna Jean Nichols 
Lenoir 



Robert Boucher Morin 
Waynesboro, Virginia 

David Clinton Nix 

Canton 



JoAnn Mabel Myers 
Washington, D. C. 

Frank Pugh Oldham 
Lockport, New York 



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Paul Shepard Oliver, III 
Fairmont 

Richard Gardner Oliver 

Miami, Florida 

John Edwin Olsson 

Miami, Florida 



Clinton David Owen 

Lake Toxaway 

Roger Hall Owen 

Brevard 

Karen Eileen Owens 

Greensboro 



Robert Lee Owens 

Lexington 

Linda Gail Padgett 

Waynesville 

Sally Jane Passmore 

Aqnone 



Charles David Paxton 

Canton 

Sharon Grace Pechin 

Cranford, New Jersey 

Tommie Elaine Perry 

Anderson, South Carolina 



Ralph Welton Peters 

Durham 

Ronald William Pont 

Pawcatuck, Connecticut 

William Clay Prevette 

Wilkesboro 




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FRESHMAN CLASS 



Linda Kay Pritchard 
Mill Springs 

Barbara Anne Riddle 

Winter Park, Florida 



Elizabeth Peiree Randel Martha Ann Redding 

Tallahassee, Florida Trinity 



Doris Jean Reikosky Lavinia Jeanne Rembert 

Levittown, Pennsylvania Orangeburg, South Carolina 



Cornelia Ruth Ridenhour Antonio Ramon Rigual Joyce Carter Rippy 

Hendersonville Havana, Cuba Wilmington 



Doris Elaine Rurti 

Brevard 




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Margaret Louise Saunders 
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 

Vicki Lane Setzer 

Maiden 

Curtis Gilbert Shaw 

Durham 

Norma Jane Shaw 

Anderson, South Carolina 



Julia Ann Shields 

Franklin 

Tanya Kaye Shores 

Concord 

John Randolph Shreves 
Hickory 

Bruce Vincent Smith 
Washington, D. C. 



FRESHMAN CLASS 







Gary Craig Smith 

Tryon 

Sally Frances Smith 

Mobile, Alabama 

Robert Ray Stallings 

Concord 



Arvil Early Steelman 

Yadkin ville 

Norman Dale Stelter 

Winston-Salem 

Marvin Andrew Stout 

Savannah, Georgia 



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Janies Moody Sutphin 

Camden, South Carolina 

Beverly Jean Svabek 

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 

Franklin Albert Taylor 

Ridgeland, South Carolina 



James Howard Taylor 

Canton 

George .Arnold Thomason 

Lexington 

Jimmy Eugene Thomason 

Lexington 




The truth of tfie matter is that I'm so ac- 
customed to following rules that I'll be 
lost at home. 




Kathleen Jean Thompson 
Miami. Florida 

Ronald Ball Thrash 
Asheville 



Peter Stephen Tinsley 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Jorge Isidro Traveria 

Havana, Cuba 



Robert Preston Tuck 

Keysville, Virginia 

Sarah Joyce Van Hook 

Canton 




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Linda Lou Vogel 
Lin wood, New Jersey 

Edward Phillip Wagner 
Daytona Beach, Florida 



Dinah Wall 

Wins ton- Salem 

Billie Lee Waller 

Charlotte Court House, Virginia 




Really, Rory — not even the "ZIP" code will get your 
suitcase in that box! 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



Donna Margaret Waltjen 
Baltimore, Maryland 

Michael Annond Watts 

Jacksonville, Florida 



Michael William Wells 

Sparta, New Jersey 



David Bruce Wauchope 

Brevard 



Rosemary Webb Norman Donn Weiler 

Simpsonville, South Carolina Branchville, New Jersey 





Banks LaRoy Westmoreland Karen Holler White 

Liberty Norfolk, Virginia 



Thomas Welcome White 

Dobaon 



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Belinda Ann Williams 
Hickory 

Harrison Williams 
Leesburg, Virginia 

James Louis Williams 
Greenville, South Carolina 

Penelope Ann Williams 

Winter Park, Florida 



Michael Kmmett Wilson 
Brevard 

Toney Macklin Yancey 

Buffalo Junction, Virginia 

Deanna Leigh Young 
Asheville 

Sandra Irene Zibelin 
Wallace 



Cheer up, Doris, she'll only be gone four days. 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 





Sandra L>nn English 
Horse Shoe 

Mary Forbes Hickson 
Lynchburg, Virginia 



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Robert Joseph Justus 
Pisgah Forest 

William Edward Sumner 
Brevard 




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STUDENTS 




Did you see those little signs on the dryers? 



Robert Jennings Clontz 
Canton 



Calvert Chase Hunt 
Hendersonville 




The holiday exodus 



Manuel Ignacio Diaz 
Matanzas, Cuba 



Monica Driscoll 
Brevard 






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Cedar Mountain 



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David Cort, Hugh Milner, Mike Harris, Tom Werling, Tom 
Bingham, Elias Tupper, Bill Starnes, Mr. Fisher, Adviser, Cheryl 
Greene, Mr. Howe, Adviser, Margaret Harris, Priseilla Dalway. 



Dona Vaughn, Judith Harper, Dean Roberts, Adv 
Mrs. Dellinger, Adviser 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 




Through the SGA, students are given an op- 
portunity to learn the principles of good govern- 
ment in action. It regulates the social activities 
on campus and represents the student body to 
the faculty and administration. Through the of- 
ficers of the SGA each student helps in estab- 
lishing the laws by which student life is gov- 
erned, bearing in mind that life on a college 
campus also requires the full development of 
responsibility. 



Tom Werling, President 



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Jane Martin, Secretary-Treasurer 



David Cort Vice-President 



Dona Vaughn, Social Chairman 



The fall visit of the Bloodmobile 
was sponsored by SGA. 102 pints 
were contributed in memory of an 
alumnus, Ben Edwards, who was the 
victim of a rare blood disease. 




"The Echos" performed for many SGA social events 
Records seem to be a part of every pliase of college life 






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FIRST ROW: Linda Edwards, Sue Rising, Deanna Young, San- 
dra Haire, Margaret Harris, Marian Staley. SECOND ROW: 
Jane Martin, Kitty Brown, Dona Vaughn, Athena Brown, Treva 



Mitchell, Nell Gardner, Arthurine Spry, Priscilla Dalway, Norma 
Shaw, Jane Hoke, Kathy Hanna, Doris Lance, Mrs. Dellinger 



WOMEN'S HOUSE COUNCIL 



Women resident students are governed by the 
Women's House Council. It strives to promote a 
spirit of self-responsibility and to encourage 
personal discipline. Mrs. Bryan Dellinger is the 
Council's adviser. 




Doris Lance. Secretary; Margaret Harris, Vice-President; Pris Dalway, 
President 




FIRST ROW: Mr. Fisher, Adviser; Jerry Shepherd, Mike Starnes, 
Bob Malsbv, Bo Tucker, Richard Jones, Dean Roberts, Adviser. 
SECOND ROW: David Bashaw, Jack Graveline, David Alford, 



Bud Tanner, Jack Kale, Charles Stiles, Randy Shreves, Neil 
Sherrill, Elias Tupper. Lowell Curry, Bill Starnes, Tom Werling, 
Tom Hamilton, Mike Hampton, Mr. Howe, Adviser 



MEN'S HOUSE COUNCIL 




Residents of the men's dormitories are gov- 
erned by the Men's House Council. It enforces 
regulations and meets regularly to discuss prob- 
lems relating to dormitory life. Dean Roberts, 
Mr. Fisher and Mr. Howe are advisers to the 
Council. 



Jerry Shepherd, Secretary; Bo Tucker, 
President; Mike Starnes, Vice-President 



Sergeant-at-Arms; Boh Malsbv. 



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PHI THETA KAPPA 



Phi Theta Kappa fraternity is composed of students 
who are academically in the upper ten per cent of the 
student body. It is a national scholastic honor group for 
junior colleges and strives to promote high scholarship 
in the development of responsible citizens. 

Members are: Marian Staley, Jane Martin, Dav- 
id Alford, Mike Brown, Melba Blanton, Cheryl Greene, 
Robin May, David Cort, Dona Vaughn and Edgar Tan- 
ner. Mrs. John Bennett is adviser. 



ALPHA BETA GAMMA 



Membership in Alpha Beta Gamma, a national hon- 
orary fraternity for the promotion of and interest in 
chemistry, is based on scholarship and an especial in- 
terest in the field. Miss Bobbie Jean Nicholson advises 



the group, composed of: Carl Gillespie, Margaret Harris, 
Jane Martin, Mike Brown, Fred Miller, David Cort, Bob 
Malsby, Edgar Tanner and Carl Powell. 




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BIG SISTERS 




Arthurine Spry is president of the Big Sisters, a se- 
lected group of sophomore women, who assist in wel- 
coming the freshmen and in helping them to adjust to 
college life. Pictured also are: Mrs. Dellinger, 
adviser, Catherine Atwell, Linda Edwards, Tommie Bow- 
man, Priscilla Dalway, Sarah Barber, Doris Lance, Mar- 
garet Harris, Sue Kearns, Dona Vaughn, Jane Martin, 
Sue Rising, Jane Hoke. 



MARSHALS 



Marshals are chosen on the basis of high scholarship 
and outstanding leadership ability. Their main duties 
are to assist in important college functions including 
graduation. Jane Martin is the chief marshal and Mr. 
Roy is the college marshal. Other marshals are: Melba 
Blanton, Marian Staley, Robin May, Margaret Dav- 
idson and Edgar Tanner. 



MNEMOSYNE AN 
SOCIETY 



The Nemo-Delphian brother-sister societies strive to 
promote school spirit and a better social atmosphere on 
the campus. They sponsor group activities throughout 
the year including the Sweetheart Ball during the Val- 
entine season. Their queen this year was Gayle Lance. 




MEMBERS INCLUDE: Nancy Anderson, Gale Andrews, Beth 
Bagwell, Sarah Barber, Gracia Barker, Suzanne Bland, Melba 
Blanton, Sara Boatwright, Pennye Brosche, Athena Brown, Kitty 
Brown, Linda Camthers, Ann Cauble, Elaine Chafin, Susan 
Chartier, Arlene Constantz, Priscilla Dalway, Deedra Dickinson, 
Isabel Dickson, Judy Dixon, Linda Dotson, Cathy Eby, Lynn 
Elliott, Jane Estes, Sandra Everhart, Patricia Fox, Pam Gardner, 
Bette Cawthrop, Dot Goedert, Sharon Gough, Ellen Fenton, Jeanne 
Hairlton, Brenda Hall, Linda Hall, Judy Hall, Carole Hardy, 
Mary Hargrove, Judy Harper, Margaret Harris, Jane Hoke, Brenda 
Holliiigsworth, Billie Hazelton, Norma Hyatt, Nelia Illemszky, 



Margaret Harris, president: Margo Towles, vice-president; Pris- 
cilla Dalway, treasurer; Melba Blanton, secretary 

Nona Jennings, Mary Ann Jones, Rachel Ingle, Carol Lanning, 
Patricia Livingston, Caroline Lobban, Virginia Markham, Joy 
Maugans, Roreen McManus, Robin May, Joy Meiner, Barbara 
Moore, JoAnn Myers, Nancy Orr, Sharon Peehin, Tommie Perry, 
Betsy Randal, Doris Reikosky, Jeanne Rembert, Barbara Riddle, 
Joyce Rippy, Vicki Roveano, Peggy Saunders, Peggy Sheets, Tan- 
ya Shores, Vicki Setzer, Carol Sorton, Barbara Smoot, Marian 
Staley, Kitty Swigert, Nancy Thober, Kathy Thompson, Margo 
Towles, Darlene Tyndall, Diane VanDeWeghe, Billie Waller, 
Rosemary Webb, Belinda Williams, Penny Williams, Deedy 
Yokeley and Sandra Zibelin. Mrs. Gerhard Tauscher is sponsor. 





INCLUDED IN THE MEMBERSHIP ARE: Richard Aldndge, 
Max Barron, Russell Bradley, Tommy Brookshire, Mike Brown, 
Richard Buell, William Burnett, Charles Bumette, Larry Burch, 
Jim Cabe, Mike Clark, Don Cheeseman, David Cort, Franklin 
Disher, Ben Edmundson, Bob Eldridge, Sherman Fearing, Joe 
Felts, Kirk Floyd, Stephen Foland, Joe Forte, Mike Cillespie. 
Carroll Goodman, Jack Graveline, Bill Graves, Bill Gulledge, 
James Hall, Frank Harmon, Mike Harris, Steve Harrison, James 
Hayes, Tom Hinkle, Jim Holder, Wilson Jenkins, Dean Jevons, 



Louis Jimenez, Jack Kale, Larry Key, Jon Kiser, William Klaiber, 
Charlie Knootz, Mark Kroah, Ed Levy, Julien McCarthy, Don 
Marion, Milton Milner, Ashley Moore, Bob Morin, Sheldon Nel- 
son, Richard Oliver, Freddie Parker, Pete Peters, Bill Plevette. 
Jim Ruiz, Randy Salmons, Jeffrey Salter, Randy Shreves, Bruce 
Smith, Ron Smith, Randall Spencer, Leahman Stanley, Arvil 
Steelman, Eddie Schwab, Jim Thomason, Ron Thrush, Elias 
Tupper, Mike Watts, Mike Wells, LaRoy Westmoreland, Harrison 
Williams 




DELPHIAN SOCIETY 



One of the chief purposes of the societies is to help 
students become better acquainted and promote a bet- 
ter school spirit. Mr. Ray Fisher advises the Delphians. 



President, Elias Tupper; Vice-President, Tommy Brookshire; Sec- 
retary-Treasurer, Mike Harris 




A Christmas dance is one of the events sponsored 
by the Euterpean and Clios, another brother-sister society. 
They crowned Darlene Tyndall as their queen in 1963 
and presented her along with her lovely court to pre- 
side over the holidays festivities. 



Norma Shaw, Treasurer; Jane Mazzeo, Vice-President; Sue 
Kearns, President; Sally Augustine, Secretary 



EUTERPEAN SOCIETY 



MEMBERS INCLUDE: 

Linda Ahlborg, Ann Albright, Janie Ashby, Sally Augustine, Judy 
Barnes, Carolyn Bell, Maurine Brandon, Louise Brandt, Barbara 
Brookshire, Paula Bryson, Susan Cannon, Margaret Connor, De- 
lores Cathey, Margaret Davidson, Mary DeGroat, Anne Des- 
mond, Pat Edwards, Brenda Everhart, Ann Ezzell, Louise Framp- 
ton, Jean Furman, Myra Gantt, Nell Gardner, Jackie Godfrey, 
Cheryl Greene, Jane Hoilman, Sandra Haire, Mary Hardin, Su- 



zanne Henson, Pamela Hicks, Nancy Hightower, Donna Hooker, 
Helen Home, Patsy House, Sue Kearns, Linda Leatherman, 
Wanda Mace, Gladys Maybin, Jane Mazzeo, Susan McCall, Susan 
Megraw, Margaret Moore, Elizabeth Nance, Karen Owens, Linda 
Padgett, Melba Partin, Joyce Purser, Margaret Seeley, Norma 
Shaw, Julia Shields, Jane Shouse, Joyce VanHook, Beth Varda, 
Dona Vaughn, Linda Walker, Karen White, Deanna Young 






MEMBERS INCLUDE: 

A] Armengol, Jeffrey Ball, Mills Bridges, Gilbert 
Brown, Johnny Cannon, Geary Crist, Bill Demeritt, 
Bill Dow, Dave Drum, Colen Emerson, Bob Ferry, 
Bert Field, Zan Fisher, Richard Gardella, Jay Glea- 
son, Larry Hall, Michael Hampton, John Hedrick, 
David Higginson, Louis Holder, Bob Jennings, Er- 
nest Jones, Vaughn Leslie, George Martin, Parker 
Martin, Bob Malsby, Fred Miller, Aldred Millman, 
Jerry McDaniel, Jim McGill, Terry Norman, Frank 
Oldham, John Olsson, Robert Owens, David Paxton, 
Charles Powell, Ronald Pont, Tony Rigual, Dan 
Roberts, Curtis Shaw, Neil Sherrill, Craig Smith, 
Bill Stames, Marvin Stout, Franklin Taylor, Howard 
Taylor, George Thomason, Pete Tinsley, Robert 
Tuck, Bo Tucker 



Mike Hampton, Vice-President; Bo Tucker, President; Mike 
Stames, Secretary-Treasurer 



CLIOSOPHIC SOCIETY 



Miss Giles advises the Euterps and Mr. Harvey Miller 
the Clios, as they seek to help direct the social activities 
of the students 



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KAPPA CHI 



Students interested in full-time Christian service 
comprise the membership of Kappa Chi fraternity. It 
serves to inform students of the challenge and opportun- 
ity for such service and helps guide them in preparation 
for careers in various fields. Retreats are held annually 
in the fall and spring, along with the sponsorship of 
various projects. Lowell Curry is president and Mr. Rov 
adviser of the fraternity. 




Christ Couriers, the women's division of Kappa Chi, 

stimulates Christian activities in the dormitory, including 

(~^ J-J "R mTT A TSJ r^OT T 1\J f^ T T lightly devotions. Their chief objective is to create a 

\jiiiiioiini> v^kjkj i >i ^/ _L j_j dee p er spiritual life among the women students . Inc i ud . 

ed in the membership are: Belinda Williams, Joyce Van- 
Presidents of the various religious groups on campus Hook < Paula Bl yson, Margaret Davidson, Jackie God- 
compose the membership of the Christian Council. It fre V< Judith Hall, Nancy Hightower, Sarah Barber, 
coordinates the various religious organizations and activ- Dorothy Faulkner and Pamela Hicks, 
ities and encourages students to participate in regular 
church attendance and to become an active member of 
the group affiliated with each denomination. Mr. Roy is 
adviser to and Sarah Barber is president of the Council. 





METHODIST 
STUDENT 



FELLOWSHIP 



Methodist students are encouraged to participate in 
a variety of activities through the Methodist Student 
Fellowship, including attendance at the annual state con- 
ference. Charlie Knootz is president and Mr. Miles adviser 
to the Fellowship. Included among its members are: 
Karen Owens, Patricia Edwards, Nancy Hightower, 
Marian Staley, Jane Martin, Belinda Williams, Margaret 
Conner, Helen Home, Jackie Godfrey, Dorothy Faulkner, 
Milton Milner, Jaime Ruiz, Mike Brown, and Steve 
Harrison. 



BAPTIST 

STUDENT 

UNION 



Ann Hamilton is president and Mr. and Mrs. Quen- 
tin Cantrell are advisers to the Baptist Student Union. It 
provides opportunity for students to share various as- 
pects of their faith and to participate in outings and 
numerous projects. Members include Mike Clark, Marv 
Alyce Janda, Toney Yancey, Ann Hamilton, Jack Kale, 
Sally Smith, Dona Vaughn, Cheryl Greene, Melba Partin, 
Judy Barnes and Doris Lance. 




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WESTMINSTER 
FELLOWSHIP 



Presbyterian students are provided with opportuni- 
ties for fellowship with their own denomination through 
the Westminster Fellowship. Mrs. Munro is adviser and 
John Foil is president of the club that sponsors various 
social activities and strives to emphasize Christian at- 
titudes in student life. Members pictured are: Ned 
Wagner, Sherry Kinsey, Jon Foil, Margaret David- 
son, Frank Oldham, Richard Oliver, Sharon Pechin, 
Marilyn McGee, Robin May, Donna Blankinship, Patricia 
Livingston and Betsv Randel. 



CANTERBURY 
CLUB 



The Canterbury Club is the campus religious organ- 
ization for Episcopal students. It sponsors attendance at 
the Episcopal conference and other social and religious 
functions. President of the club is James Warren, with 
Mrs. Dana Harris serving as adviser. Pictured are: 
Gail Baker, Jean Furman, James Warren, Bill Graves, 
Steve Chandler, Ed G mover. Elizabeth Nance and Lin- 
da Edwards. 



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NEWMAN CLUB 



Through the Newman Club, Roman Catholic stu- 
dents meet weekly under the able leadership of Father 
Mulholland to discuss various aspects of their religion. 
Tom Werling is president of the club. Jorge Traveria, Ann 



Albright, Patricia Fox, Diane Van DeWeghe, Jane Maz- 
zeo, Joe Forte, Richard Gardella and Louis Jiminez are 
pictured. 



BUSINESS CLUB 



Margaret Davidson is president and Mrs. Thomas 
Munro adviser to the Business Club. It serves as a means 
of bringing together students who are planning a career 



in the business world and acquainting them with its 
challenges and opportunities. 




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DAY STUDENTS CLUB 



Non-resident students are encouraged to participate 
in all phases of the college program through membership 
in the Day Students Club. Mrs. William Alexander is 
adviser and Tom Bingham is president of the club. 




MOUNTAINEERS CLUB 



Students who are members of the Mountaineers 
Club enjoy exploring the scenic beauty which surrounds 
Brevard, and especially hiking to the numerous water- 



falls. Mr. Ray Fisher advises the club and Ken Nash is 
its president. 



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BRASS ENSEMBLE 



The Brass Ensemble is made up of the brass players 
of the larger organization called the Wind Ensemble. 
There are also Woodwind and Percussion Ensembles. 



The Brass players perform at such functions as the 
Christmas Tree Lighting and appear in formal recitals. 



MADRIGALS 



A small ensemble is selected each year from the 
Glee Club to compose the Madrigals. These students 
perform at social and religious events sponsored by the 
college and community groups. It is under the direction 
of Mr. Nelson Adams. 






GLEE CLUB 



Students who share an interest in both sacred and 
secular music are included in the Glee Club, under the 
direction of Mr. Harvey Miller. The Glee Club makes 
short tours to nearby communities during the fall and 
has an extended tour in the spring, this year to Florida, 
where they perform in high schools and churches. 



Glee Club Director, Mr. Miller 





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Mr. Adams directs the college choir 



CHOIR 



The college choir performs weekly for the chapel 
services and also tours churches during the year. Under 
Mr. Adams' leadership, it offers students wide experi- 
ence in performing in this medium. 




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CLARION STAFF 




Cheryl Greene, Editor 



The CLARION, the campus bi-monthly newspaper, 
contributes to the community life of the college by 
serving as a means of communication among students, 
faculty, and administration. It is dedicated to the pres- 
ervation of free expression and the encouragement of 
cooperation in campus life. 



Robin May, Business Manage 





Mrs. Sigmon, Adviser 



Members of the CLARION staff and Mrs. Sigmon plan a paper. 





Robin, Mrs. Sigmon, and Cheryl discuss the different parts of the paper. 



Treva Mitchell, Steve Clark, and Terry Norman, staff writer 



Mike Clark and Johnny Cannon, Sports Editors 





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CLARION STAFF 



Tnm White and Doug Hintze, Photographers 




Philip Adams, Cartoonist 



Typists 
Linda Vogel 
Loreen Anderson 




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PERTELOTE STAFF 



Richard Jones, Editor 



Through the remembrance of that which was, and 
through the understanding of that which is, we may gain 
an idea and a vision of that which may be. THE PERTE- 
LOTE records the academic year in words and pictures in 
an attempt to make lastingly memorable the experiences 
which have been most meaningful. 

Published annually since 1935, Chaucer's NONNE 
PREESTES TALE provided the source from which the 
name was derived. Pertelote was the wise hen most ad- 
mired by the gallant Chanticleer. 

Mrs. Rov, Adviser 





Jane, Mrs. Rot/, and Richard discuss some problems of the 

pertelote: 




Fred Miller, Assistant Business Manager. Jane Hoke, Busi- 
ness Manager. 



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PERTELOTE STAFF 



Dona Vaughn, Copy Editor 





Elaine Rutti and Donna Blankinship, Club Editors 



Ed Conover and Steve Chandler, Faculty Editors 





Sue Rising, Feature Editor 




Richard AJdridge, Sports Editor 




Tom Hamilton, Photographer 



Jimmy Warren, Sophomore Editor 



Pennye Brosche, Freshman Editor 





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WCJCC— CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 
WCJCC TOURNAMENT— RUNNER-UP 
REGION X NJCAA— CHAMPIONS 

CONFERENCE RECORD 

Won 12, Lost 2. 



REGION X — NJCAA TOURNAMENT 

BREVARD OPPONENT 



53 Chowan 

76 North Greenville 



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Coach "Chick" Martin 

1964 BASKETBALL TEAM 

FRONT ROW: Leahman Stanley, Larry Burch, Pete Peters, Bruce Smith, Jim Cabe, Sherman Fearing, Bill Prevette 

Junior Steelman, Eddie Schwab, David Cort. BACK ROW: Sheldon Nelson. 




BREVARD COLLEGE BASKETBALL 
SCHEDULE 1963-64 

Brevard (Lost") Opponents 

88 Warren Wilson 55 
66 Young-Harris 79° 

85 Furman Freshmen 49 
68 Anderson 80° 
77 Young-Harris 51 

89 Warren Wilson 45 

86 Spartanburg 72 
68 Lees-McRae 56 

70 Wingate 54 
68 Asheville-Biltmore 69° 
68 Western Carolina Javcees 69° 
62 Gardner-Webb ' 60 

71 Lees-McRae 58 

77 Spartanburg 53 

79 Kings Business College 71 
73 Asheville-Bilrmore 57 

80 North Greenville 60 
88 Davidson Freshmen 75 
73 Wingate 59 

78 Gardner-Webb .53 
100 Anderson 82 

80 National Business College 49 

77 North Greenville 93° 

76 Chowan 57 

WESTERN CAROLINA JUNIOR COLLEGE 
TOURNAMENT 
Brevard (Lost°) Opponents 

76 Gardner-Webb 55 

91 Anderson 83 

64 North Greenville 65° 




Basketball Strategists 1 . 



Pete Peters, All-Conference Team, and Leahman Stanley, All- 
Conference Team and All-Region X Squad, display the awards. 



Bilh' Graves. Basketball Manager 





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David Cort 



Eddie Schwab 



Leahman Stanley 





Dave tries for a jump shot. 



There's question the ball will go in the basketl 



Eddie shoots from the foul line. 



A well guarded Tornado tries for a score] 







Larrv Burch 



Jim Cabe 



Sherman Fearing 



Sheldon Nelson 



Sherman makes: a jump shotl 




Pete Peters 



Bruce Smith 



Bill Prevette 




Junior Steelman 




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Frank Harmon, Bo Tucker, Mike Brown, Joe Humphries, Ron 
Pont, Richard Greene, Jim Williams, Mike Gillespie. BACK 
ROW: Louis Holder, Wes Howe, Roger Owen, Charles Gilbert, 



Jeff Ball, Robert Stallings, Jaime Ruiz, Vince Dennin, Charles 
Koontz, Tom White. Norman Stelter, Robert Tuck, Vaughn 
Leslie, Bert Daniel, Coach Gerhard Tauscher. 



SOCCER 



This was the second year of Soccer for Brevard 
and the men did a good job. They continually improved 
their playing skills under the supervision of Coach 
Gerhard Tauscher. 



SCHEDULE 

Brevard Opponents 

1 Belmont Abbey 4 

1 Ben Lippen . 6 

Warren Wilson 6 

3 Furman 3 

2 Ben Lippen 7 
2 Appalachian .... 1 
Furman 4 
Pfeiffer 3 

Coach Tauscher gives advice to team members during a game. 
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Jim Williams practices making a goal. 





Brevard is scored upon. 




The ball is kicked away from Brevard's goal. 
The crowd is led in a cheer at the Homecoming game. 

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CHEERLEADERS 



Jane Hoke, Chief 



Sue Kising 



The Tornado train—to Kansas! 




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Baseball, one of the spring sports at Brevard, is 
under the supervision of Coach Martin this year. The 
team, with only a few returning players this season, will 
work hard to insure a good season. 



SCHEDULE 

April 4 Gardner-Webb There 

6 Spartanburg There 

10 North Greenville Here 

14 Wingate There 

15 Lees-McRae Here 
17 North Greenville There 
20 Wingate Here 
22 Asheville-Biltmore Here 
27 Anderson There 
30 Anderson Here 

May 1 Spartanburg Here 

5 Asheville-Biltmore Here 

8 Gardner- Webb , Here 



Coach Martin 



1964 BASEBALL TEAM 



FRONT ROW: 
Joe Humphries 



Mike 
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Wells, 
1 Curt. 



Mike Brown, Leahman Stanley, 
BACK ROW: Frank Harmon, 



Charlie Koontz, 
Robert Starlings. 



Jim Cabe, Larry Burch, Richard Aldridge, and 




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Robert Stuffings limbers up during a workout. 



Richard Aldridge gets ready for a homerun. 




joe and Tom talk over pitching signals. 



Mike Brown works the infield. 



An intense looking group] 
Mike Wells is ready and waiting at outfield. 








MEN'S TENNIS 

The Men's Tennis Team travels to various colleges 
to compete. The team is small but full of spirit. It is 
supervised by Coach Gerhard Tauscher. 

SCHEDULE 

March 23 Wingate Here 

April 7 Asheville-Biltmore There 

11 Furman Freshmen There 

14 Wingate There 

15 Lees-McRae There 
17-18 Asheville-Biltmore There 

21 Furman Freshmen Here 

24 Lees-McRae Here 

27 Anderson There 

30 Anderson Here 

May 4 WCJCC MATCH Asheville 






Tom and John work together on doubles. 



Jaime responds with a back-handed stroke. 




John Shreves, Vince Dennen, Lowell Curry, Jaime Ruiz, Dick Buell, Tom Hamilton, and Coach Gerhard Tauscher. 



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Geary practices on his form. 




Bill Prevette. Geary Crist. Frank Oldham, and Coach Tim Murray. 

^J vV -L' JT 1 jgg4 represents the first year that Brevard will 
compete in golf and on an inter-collegiate basis. 

SCHEDULE 

March 23 Wingate Here 

April 7 Asheville-Biltmore There 

14 Wingate There 

15 Lees-McRae There 
IT Asheville-Biltmore Here 
24 Lees-McRae Here 
27 Anderson There 
30 Anderson Here 

May 4 WCJCC MEET Linville 



Frank looks mean enough to smash the ball. 




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1964 TRACK TEAM 



Brevard's Track is the site of the Conference tourna- 
ment each year. The team is large, full of pep and 
energy, and should do well again. Workouts began in 
the early spring under the supervision of Coach 
Gerhard Tauscher. 



1964 TRACK SCHEDULE 

April 8 Gardner-Webb— Anderson Here 

11 News Piedmont Relays Furman 

15 Wingate Wingate 

18 Open 

21 Wofford— Anderson Wofford 

24 Lees-McRae Here 

28 Wofford-Wingate Here 

30 Open 

May 6 WCJCC Track Meet Brevard 



With men built like this how can we lose] 




FRONT ROW: Mike Brown, Bruce Smith, Robert Owens, Rob 
Tuck, Tom Blaekwell, Robert Ferry, John Gillespie, Jeff Ball, 
Clinton Owen, Dour Denney, Shep Oliver, Richard Gardella, 
Joe Brown, Milton Milner, Gilbert Brown, Wes Howe. BACK 





ROW: Mike Wells, Eddie Schwab, Darrell Hogsed, Junior Steel- 
man, Donnie Marion, Ron Pont, Sherman Fearing, Tom Bing- 
ham, Charles Gilbert, Rob Mansfield, Bob Malsby, Jim Hayes, 
Tom White. Sheldon Nelson, and Coach Gerhard Tauscher. 




Doug Vermey works on his form in throwing the discus. 



Bob Malsby sets the pace for this trial run. 




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CROSS COUNTRY 




Cross Country Team, under Dean Roberts, partici- 
pates in events at various colleges in the fall. The men 
run hard over the different courses. 



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A steady pace is an important part in running Cross Country. 



ALL dogs are tired after an event] 



With a shot of a nun the event begins! 




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ADVANCED 
SWIMMING CLASS 

Intermediate Swimming Classes and Senior Life 
Saving are offered to qualified students. The Olympic 
size swimming pool, in use for the second year, provides 
an excellent opportunity for participation in water sports. 



Coach Katherine Giles instructs on different points of Life Saving. 





Both men and icomen practice their Intermediate Swimming. 



Is tlxat Duck in the pool] 



Tom Hamilton, Bob Varden, Bob Duckworth, Bo Tucker, Doug 
Hintze, Mario Dell Amico, Wilson Jenkins. BACK ROW: Ellyn 



Connors, Kitty Swigert, Melba Blanton, Ann Hamilton, Linda 
Dotson, Jane Estes, Jane Hoke. 




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WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




Promotion of athletic interest and good sportsman- 
ship among women on campus is the goal of the W.A.A. 
This active organization is open to all women students 
and it sponsors a program of intramurals through the 
year. 



Miss Giles is the sponsor for W.A.A. 




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W. A. A. Officers: Dot Goedert, vice-president; Jane Mazzep, 
publicity chairman. Mclha Blanton, intramural manager; Tommic 
Bowman, president. 



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Basketball Champions 

Louise Brandt, Vickie Setzer, Susan Megraw, Linda Leatherman, 
and Pat Edwards. 




One of the projects of W.A.A. is to take care of the concession 
stand during basketball games. Pictured are: Vickie Setzer, Dot 
Goedert, Norma Shaw, Gail Baker, and Dottie Faulkner. 



VOLLEYBALL SPORTS DAY TEAM: Kitty Swigert, Tommie Bowman, Darlene Tyndall, Beverly Hickman. BACK ROW: Linda Leatherman, 
Jane Mazzeo, Melba Blanton, Louise Brandt, Susan Megraw. 




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MEN'S INTRAMURALS 

Men's Intramurals provides for and encourages com- 
petitive sports among the men of the various floors of 
Taylor Hall, Green Hall, and the day students. Intra- 
murals foster good sportsmanship and competitive spirit 
among the men. Mr. Richard Howe supervises 
intramurals. 




Members of the Men's Intramural Council together with Mr. 
Howe plan the Basketball Tournament. Pictured are: Gray 
Ingram, Tom Werling, Shep Oliver, Vaughn Leslie, Jim Holder, 
and Mr. Howe. 




Football Intramural 
Champions 

Third Floor Green 




THE TORNADOES 

AND KANSAS 

N.J.C.A.A. National 
BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 



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Wahpeton, N. 1). 


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Baconi , Okla 


82 


75 


Lon Morris, Texas 


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Final Record: Won 24. Lost 8. 



The three sophomore players display the trophy for ninth place 
in the nation. 



Leahman Stanley cuts 
down the net from Brev- 
ard's victory basket after 
the North Creenville 
game of March 7. 




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QUEEN 

Miss Sue Rising 



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SOPHOMORE 
ATTENDANT 

Miss Vicky Roveano 





FRESHMAN 
ATTENDANT 

Miss Rosemary Webb 




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CHRISTMAS 
QUEEN 

Miss Darlene Tyndall 




SOPHOMORE 
ATTENDANTS 



Miss Melba Blanton 



Miss Carol Sort on 





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Miss Jo Ann Doyle 



Miss Donna Nichols 




FRESHMAN 
ATTENDANTS 








DELPHIAN SWEETHEART 



Miss Gaijle Lance 




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SOPHOMORE 
ATTENDANTS 



Miss Sarah Ann Barber 




Miss Carol Sorton 




FRESHMAN 
ATTENDANTS 




Miss Lynda Caruthers 



Miss Louise Frampton 





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MAY QUEEN 



Miss Margaret Harris 



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Miss Mar go TowJes 




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SOPHOMORE 
ATTENDANTS 



Miss Sue Reams 



Miss Caroline Lobban 





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SOPHOMORE 
ATTENDANTS 



Miss Donna Blankinship 



Miss Dona D. Vaughn 




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Miss Deedra Dickinson 



Miss Jane Hoihnan 






FRESHMAN 
ATTENDANTS 



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ATTENDANTS 





Miss Sharlene Luck 



Miss Sandra Zibelin 







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STUDENT DIRECTORY 



ANN BRIDGES ALBRIGHT 

Mountaineers; Euterpean; Asheville Symphony; Wind Ensemble 

WILLIAM FREDERICK ALDERISIO 

Kappa Chi; Mountaineers; Soccer, Co-Captain; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 

DAVID WILLIAM ALFORD 

Vice-President Phi Theta Kappa; Men's House Council; Moun- 
taineers; Glee Club; Wind Ensemble; Asheville Symphony 

NANCY KAREN ANDERSON 

Kappa Chi; Business Club; Mnemosynean 

CATHERINE SUE ATWELL 

Big Sister; Mountaineers 

SARAH ANNE BARBER 

Big Sister; Kappa Chi; Christian Council, President; May Court, 
Mnemosynean; Valentine Court 

JUDY ELAINE BARNES 

Student Government Association, Freshman Representative; Wom- 
en's House Council; Baptist Student Union; Choir; Glee Club; 
Madrigals; W.A.A.; Euterpean 

DAVID KENNETH BASHAW 

Men's House Council 

THOMAS CHARLES BINGHAM 

Day Students' Club. President; Track; Men's Intramural Council; 
Student Government Association; Cliosophic 

DONNA JEAN BLANKINSHIP 

Day Students' Club, Secretary-Treasurer; PERTELOTE Staff, 
Activities Editor; Westminster Fellowship; May Court 

MELBA LEE BLANTON 

Phi Theta Kappa, Historian; Marshal; W.A.A., Intramurals Man- 
ager; Christmas Court; Mnemosynean 

SARA FRANCES BOATWRIGHT 

W.A.A., Mnemosynean 

TOMMIE FAYE BOWMAN 

Big Sister; Mountaineers; W.A.A., President 

TOMMY OSCAR BROOKSHIRE 

Men's Intramural Council; Golf Delphian Vice-President 

GEORGE MICHAEL BROWN 

Phi Theta Kappa; Alpha Beta Gamma, President; Methodist Stu- 
dent Fellowship; Mountaineers; Baseball; Men's Intramural Coun- 
cil; Soccer, Captain 

LUTHER LEE CANNON 

CLARION Staff, Sports Editor; Intramurals; Cliosophic 

MARGARET ANN CAUBLE 

Mountaineers; Mnemosynean 

MARGARET ELAINE CHAFIN 

Business Club: Mnemosynean 

STEPHEN NICHOLS CHANDLER 

Co-Faculty Editor PERTELOTE Staff; Canterbury Club; Choir; 
Glee Club; Madrigals 



GEORGE STEPHENS CLARK 

CLARION Staff; Mountaineers 

JEAN ELIZABETH CLARK 

Kappa Chi; Methodist Student Fellowship; Mnemosynean Society 



DANA LA WALL CONGDON 
JULIA ADCOX CONGDON 

ELLYN ELIZABETH CONNORS 

Methodist Student Fellowship; Masquers; Mnemosynean 

EDWARD JOHN CONOVER 

Men's House Council; PERTELOTE Staff, Faculty Editor; West- 
minister Fellowship, Vice-President; Delphian 



Choir 



JUDY ELAINE CONRAD 



MAXINE ARLENE CONSTANTZ 

Westminster Fellowship; Masquers; Glee Club; W.A.A., Bas- 
ketball; Mnemosynean 

DAVID ARTHUR CORT 

Student Government Association, Vice-President; Men's House 
Council; Phi Theta Kappa; Alpha Beta Gamma, Program Chair- 
man; Kappa Chi, Men's Vice-President; Basketball; Baseball; 
Cross Country; Delphian 

LOWELL LIVINGSTON CURRY, JR. 

Men's House Council; Kappa Chi, President; Christian Council; 
Mountaineers; Alpha Beta Gamma 

PRISCILLA GAIL DAL WAY 

Student Government Association; Women's House Council, Pres- 
ident; Big Sister; Christmas Court; Choir; Glee Club; Madrigals; 
Mnemosynean 

BENJAMIN GILBERT DANIEL 

Men's Intramural Council; Soccer 

MARGARET DAVIDSON 

Women's House Council; Marshal; Kappa Chi; Christ Couriers; 
Westminster Fellowship, Secretary; Business Club, President; 
Euterpean 

LAWRENCE MOSELEY DAVIS 

Choir; Glee Club; Madrigals 

MARIO MAX DELL AMICO 

Kappa Chi; Methodist Student Fellowship 

MARY HELEN DEGROAT 

W.A.A., Publicity Chairman; Basketball; Euterpean 

FRANCIS VINCENT DENNEN 

Mountaineers; Men's Tennis Team; Men's Intramural Council; 
Soccer; Golf; Masquers; Cliosophic 

LINDA GAIL DOTSON 

Baptist Student Union; W.A.A., Speedball Manager; Mountain- 
eers; Mnemosynean 

ROBERT GRADEN DUCKWORTH 

Kappa Chi; Methodist Student Fellowship; Mountaineers; Men's 
Intramural Council; Soccer 

LINDA CAROL EDWARDS 

Women's House Council; Big Sister; Choir; Glee Club; Madri- 
gals; Mnemosynean 

BERTIE ANN EZZELL 

Kappa Chi; Choir; Glee Club; Euterpean 

DAVID ALLEN FARNSWORTH 

Intramurals, Basketball; Men's House Council 

DOROTHY LYNNE FAULKNER 

Kappa Chi, Women's Vice-President; Christ Couriers; Methodist 
Student Fellowship, Social Chairman; Business Club; W.A.A. 



ZAN KEITH FISHER 

Mountaineers; Cliosophic 



DONNA MARIE HOOKER 

Canterbury Club; Choir; Glee Club; Madrigals; Euterpean 



JOHN EDWIN FOIL 

Westminster Fellowship, President; Christian Council, Choir; 
Wind Ensemble 

JEAN BARBARA FURMAN 
Canterbury Club, Secretary; Choir; Glee Club; Euterpean 

NELL WAKEFIELD GARDNER 

Mountaineers; W.A.A., Euterpean 

BENJAMIN CARL GILLESPIE 

Day Students Club; Mountaineers; Track; Alpha Beta Gamma 

JACQUELINE GODFREY 

Kappa Chi, Secretary; Methodist Student Fellowship; Euterpean, 
Secretary 

JOHNNY MICHAEL GOFORTH 

Kappa Chi; Choir; Glee Club; Madrigals; Soccer; Cliosophic 

JACK ALBERT GRAVELINE 

Men's House Council; Baseball; Men's Intramural Council; Del- 
phian 

CHERYL DARLENE GREENE 

CLARION STAFF, Editor; Big Sister; Phi Theta Kappa; Stu- 
dent Government Association; Baptist Student Union; W.A.A., 
Euterpean 

JUDITH ANN HALL 

Kappa Chi; Mnemosynean 

BARBARA ANN HAMILTON 

Baptist Student Union, President; Christian Council; Day Stu- 
dents Club; Business Club 

THOMAS RUSSELL HAMILTON 

Men's House Council; Mountaineers; PERTELOTE Staff 

MICHAEL LEE HAMPTON 

Men's House Council; Mountaineers; CLARION Staff; Cliosophic, 
Vice-President 



NANCY ANNA HOWARD 

Methodist Student Fellowship 

JOSEPH EDWARD HUMPHRIES 

Methodist Strident Fellowship Baseball; Soccer 

KAREN NANCY HUNTER 

Westminster Fellowship; Mountaineers; Mnemosynean 

MERTIS ANNETTE HYATT 

Business Club; Methodist Student Fellowship; Mnemosynean 



Mnemosynean 



Track; Delphian 



NELIA EVE ILLEMSZKY 



GEORGE WILSON JENKINS 



DEAN ALFRED JEVONS 

Choir; Glee Club; Madrigals; Delphian 

ERNEST LOUIS JONES, JR. 

Mountaineers; Men's Intramural Council; Soccer; Cliosophic 

WILLIAM RICHARD JONES 

Men's House Council; Mountaineers; PERTELOTE Staff, Editor- 
in-Chief; Faculty and Layout Editor 

JACK BARRY KALE 

Men's House Council; Baptist Student Union; Mountaineers; Del- 
phian 

EMILY SUE KEARNS 

Big Sister, Euterpean, President; May Court 

MARTHA FRENCHE KEVIZEY 

Day Students Club; Business Club, Secretary; Westminster Fel- 
lowship, Treasurer 

HENRY MITCHELL KING 

Kappa Chi; Business Club 



MARY ELIZABETH HARDIN 

Kappa Chi; Glee Club; Choir, Euterpean 

JAMES MICHAEL HARRIS 

Student Government Association, Sophomore Class Representative; 
Glee Club; Secretary-Treasurer Delphian 



MARGARET FRANCES HARRIS 

Student Government Association; Women's House Council, Sec- 
retary-Treasurer; Alpha Beta Gamma, Vice-President; May Court; 
W.A.A.; Honorary Basketball, Volleyball Teams; Big Sister; 
Mnemosynean, President, May Queen; Miss Sophomore 

BARBARA JANE HERNDON 

Baptist Student Union; Choir; Glee Club; W.A.A., Mnemosynean 

JANE ANN HOKE 

Women's House Council; Big Sister; Mountaineers; Cheerleader, 
Head; W.A.A., Business Club, Vice-President; PERTELOTE 
Staff, Business Manager; Mnemosynean 



Track; Delphian 



JAMES WILLIAM HOLDER 



LOUIS VERNER HOLDER 

Kappa Chi; Business Club; Soccer; Cliosophic 



DORIS MARIE LANCE 

Women's House Council, Vice-President; Big Sister; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union, Secretary-Treasurer; Euterpean 

GAYLE HAMPTON LANCE 

Westminster Fellowship; Day Students Club; Mountaineers; 
Valentine Queen 

CLAUDE VAUGHN LESLIE, JR. 

Soccer; Cliosophic 



EDWARD AARON LEVY 



Delphi; 



CAROLINE LEE LOBBAN 

Mnemosynean; May Court 



WANDA LOUEEN MACE 



Euterpean 



ROBERT FRANKLIN MALSBY, JR. 

Student Government Association; Men's House Council, Presi- 
dent; Alpha Beta Gamma; Track; Cross Country; Mountaineers; 
Cliosophic 



BRENDA LORRAINE HOLLINGSWORTH 

Mnemosynean 



DONALD NEIL MARION 



Track; Delphian 



JANE ALICE MARTIN 
Student Government Association, Secretary-Treasurer; Women's 
House Council; Phi Theta Kappa; Alpha Beta Gamma, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Marshal, Chief; Big Sister; Methodist Student Fellow- 
ship. W.A.A. 



Cliosophic 



LAWRENCE PARKER MARTIN 



ROBIN LYNN MAY 

Phi Theta Kappa; Marshal; Westminster Fellowship; Mountain- 
eers; CLARION Staff, Business Manager; W.A.A. , Mnemosynean 

JANE MARIE MAZZEO 

Mountaineers; W.A.A., Euterpean, Vice-President 



Mnemosynean 



MARGUERITE JOYCE MEINER 



Mnemosynean 



CAROLYN PATRICIA RICKER 



SUSAN MILLER RISING 

Women's House Council; Big Sister; W.A.A., Cheerleader; Busi- 
ness Club; Glee Club; Delphian Sweetheart Court; Homecoming 
Queen; Mnemosynean 

DANIEL MEERITT ROBERTS 

Men's Intramural Council; Cliosophic 

VICTORIA JUNE ROVEANO 

Methodist Student Fellowship; Choir; Homecoming Court; May 
Court; Menemosynean 

JAIME ALFONSO RUIZ 

Kappa Chi; Methodist Student Fellowship; Mountaineers; Soccer- 
Tennis; Delphian 



FRED CAUSTION MILLER, JR. 
Alpha Beta Gamma; Program Chairman; PERTELOTE Staff, 
Assistant Business Manager; Cliosophic 

NANCY LEE MILLS 

Mountaineers; Business Club; Mnemosynean 

ELIZABETH GORDON MONTGOMERY 

Methodist Student Fellowship; Mountaineers; Basketball; Euter- 
pean 



RANDOLPH JONATHAN SALMONS 

Glee Club; Baptist Student Union; Delphian 

JEFFREY HUGH SALTER 

Soccer; Track; Basketball, manager; Baseball; Men's Intramural 
Council, Delphian 

EDWARD MAURICE SCHWAB 

Basketball; Track; Delphian 



JOHN RICHARD MUELLER 

KENNETH HASKELL NASH, JR. 

Kappa Chi; Mountaineers, President; Track; Soccer; Cliosophi 

BANKS ELY NICHOLSON, JR. 



MARGARET ABBOTT SEELEY 

Westminster Fellowship; Mountaineers Club, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Glee Club; Euterpean 



PEGGY SUE SHEETS 

Kappa Chi; Mountaineers; Glee Club; W.A.A., Mnemosyneai 



MALCOLM NATHANIEL NOELL 

Men's Intramural Council; Golf; Delphian 



JERRY ALLEN SHEPHERD 

Men's House Council, Secretary 



TERRY AUSTIN NORMAN 

CLARION Staff; Men's Intramural Council; Cliosophic 



NEIL SHARPE SIIEERILL 

Men's House Council; Cliosophic; Mr. Sophomore 



NANCY JANE ORR 

Mountaineers; Business Club; Mnemosynean 



WILMA JANE SHOUSE 

Mountaineers; Glee Club; W.A.A. 



FREDDIE WELLS PARKER 
Mountaineers; Delphain 

MELBA ANNETTE PARTIN 

Baptist Student Union, Social Chairman; Masquers; Mountain- 
eers; Business Club; Euterpean 



DORIS ANN SIMPSON 
Phi Theta Kappa. Secretary-Treasurer; Big Sister; Day Students 
Club; W.A.A., Secretary 



JAMES RONALD SMITH 



Delphian 



JOHN CHARLES POE 

Mountaineers; Baseball; Cliosophic 

CARL CLIFFORD POWELL 

Alpha Beta Gamma; Day Students Club 

CHARLES VOLKMAR POWELL 

Mountaineers; Swimming; Cliosophic 

JOYCE ELAINE PURSER 
Mountaineers; Glee Club; Business Club; Euterpean 

JAMES ALFRED RAPER 

'Track; [ntramurals; Cliosophic 



BARBARA ANN SMOOT 
Women's House Council; Business Club; Delphian Sweetheart 
Court; Miss Freshman; Mnemosynean 

CAROL ANN SORTON 
Canterbury Club; Cheerleader; Christmas Court; Mountaineers; 
Choir; Glee Club; Mnemosynean; Valentine Court 

RANDALL WAYNE SPENCER 

Baptist Student Union; Mountaineers; Business Club; Men's In- 
tramural Council; Track; Delphian Masquers 

SAMMIE ARTHURINE SPRY 

Big Sister, President; Women's House Council; Methodist Student 
Fellowship; Glee Club; Euterpean 



JAN INGRID RARIG 

VVomens' House Council; Methodist Student Fellowship; W.A.A.; 
Volleyball, Basketball and Tennis Teams; Mnemosynean 



MARIAN LEE STALEY 

Marshal; Christian Council; Methodist Student Fellowship, Pres- 
ident; Phi Theta Kappa; Women's House Council; Mnemosynean 



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MICHAEL HOWARD STARNES 

Men's House Council, Vice-President; Sophomore Class, Vice- 
President; Mountaineers; Cliosophic, Secretary-Treasurer 

WILLIAM HEATH STARNES 

Student Government Association; Sophomore Class, President; 
Men's House Council; Cliosophic 

LEAHMAN BRADLEY STANLEY 

Basketball, Co-Captain; Baseball; Delphian 

CHARLES WENDELL STILES 

Kappa Chi; Men's House Council 

KATRINA LYNN SWIGERT 

Canterbury Club; W.A.A.; Business Club; Mnemosynean 

EDGAR WEAVER TANNER, JR. 

Phi Theta Kappa, President; Alpha Beta Gamma; Marshal; Men's 
House Council, Mr. Freshman 

NANCY THOBER 

Women's House Council; Canterbury Club; Mountaineers; W. 
A. A., Mnemosynean 

MARCO LOUISE TOWLES 

Homecoming Court; May Court; Mountaineers; Mnemosynean 

MICHAEL RAY TRUSSEEL 

Men's Intramural Council; Delphian 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN TUCKER, m 

Men's House Council; Mountaineers, Vice-President; Soccer; Clio- 
sophic, President 



DARLENE CAREY TYNDALL 

Methodist Student Fellowship; Mountaineers; W.A.A., Basketball. 
Volleyball; Mnemosynean; Valentine Sweetheart Qui en 

DL\NE MELISSA VANDEWEGHE 

Sophomore Class, Secretary-Treasurer; Mnemosynean 

GRACE ELIZABETH VARDA 

Business Club; Euterpean, Treasurer 

ROBERT CLARK VARDEN 

Westminster Fellowship; Cross Country 



DONA DELORES VAUGHN 

Student Government Association, Social Chairman; Freshman 
Class, Secretary-Treasurer; Women's House Council; Phi Theta 
Kappa; Big Sister; Baptist Student Union; Mountaineers; Choir; 
Glee Club; Madrigals; PERTELOTE Staff, Assistant Feature 
Editor and Copy Editor; W.A.A.; Euterpean; May Court 

LINDA KAY WALKER 

Choir; Glee Club; Euterpean 

JAMES EDWARD WARREN 

Canterburv Club, President; Mountaineers; Masquers; Glee Club; 
PERTELOTE Staff, Sophomore Editor; Christian Council 



THOMAS LEON WERLING 

Student Government Association, President; Men's House Coun- 
cil; Men's Intramural Council; Track 

MARY ALICE WILKES 

Day Students Club; Business Club 

ZENO CLETUS WRIGHT 



ELL4S DOAR TUPPER 

Canterburv- Club; Men's House Council; Delphian, President 



DEEDY ELIZABETH YOKELEY 

Masquers; Glee Club; Mnemosynean 





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Corner of Main and Broad Streets 
Students Are Invited to Make This Their 
"Family Drug Store" Away from Home 







Austin Studio 






ALL 


BRANCHES OF PHOTOGRAPHY 




(Annua 


Negatives kept on file for five 


years) 


Al 


so Reco 


ds, Sheet Music, and Musical 

1 1 East Main Street 

Phone 883-2125 


Supplies 



Winter Wonderland. 




VARNER'S 

Your Friendly WALGREEN Agency 

Brevard, North Carolina 

PAUL OWENBY, JR., Owner 



PISGAH CANDY COMPANY 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS 
Brevard, North Carolina 



"Your Store" 




BOWER'S 




Men's — Women's — Children's Apparel 




Shoes — Boots — Paint — Materials and Notions 




Brevard, North Carolina 





IMPERIAL MOTOR LODGE 

Highway 64-274 
Brevard, North Carolina 



The 


MOLAND-DRYSDALE 


CORPORATION 




FACE BRICK AND 


COMMON 


BRICK 




1635-1641 Ash 


eville 


Highway 




Phone 693-6561 - 


- P. O 


. Box 


1291 




Hei.dersonville, 


North 


Caro 


ina 



Compliments of 

BREVARD LANES 






Compliments oJ 






GOODWILL MOTOR 


CO. 


INC. 


PONTIAC 


BUICK, G.M.C 


and 


JEEP 




OLIN MATHIESON 
CHEMICAL CORPORATION 

Pisgah Forest, North Carolina 

Makers of 

ECUSTA LIGHTWEIGHT PAPERS 

and 

OLIN CELLOPHANE 



PATTERSON'S OF BREVARD 



S. M. MACIFE DRUG COMPANY 

The REXALL Store 

Prescription Pharmacists 

Brevard, N. C. Phone 883-5330 



Comp/imenfs of 

SLEDGE RADIO AND TV 

Corner of Jordan and Gaston 
Brevard, North Carolina 




FIRST UNION 

NATIONAL BANK 



Of NOITH CAHOUHA 




B ELK'S 



04 



DIAMOND JUBILEE 



Compliments of 

BREVARD MOTOR LODGE 

Opposite the Campus 
Brevard, North Carolina 




"MEET YOUR FRIENDS" 

COLLEGE STORE 

SODA SHOP 

POST OFFICE 

Sims Campus Center Building 







Parting is such sweet sorrow! 




BREVARD JEWELERS 
GIFT SHOP 

Corner of Main and Broad 
Opposite Court House 



BREVARD FEDERAL SAVINGS 
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

Brevard, North Carolina 



THE TRANSYLVANIA TIMES 

BREVARD'S PRIZE-WINNING NEWSPAPER 



Compliments of 

CREST STORE 

South Broad Street 
Brevard, North Carolina 



MILLER'S LAUNDRY AND 
CLEANERS, INC. 

King Street 
Hendersonville, N. C. Brevard, N. C. 



Compliments of 

CO-ED THEATER 
DRIVE-IN 

101 West Main Phone 883-2200 



OWENBY BROS. AMERICAN SERVICE 

Open 7 A.M. - 12 P.M. 
ATLAS TIRES AND ICE 



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"Guarded well -fay mountains 



For Your Dining Pleasure 

GAITHERS RESTAURANT 

Free Parking Downtown, Brevard 

TOXAWAY HOUSE 

U. S. Highway 64 West Lake Toxaway, N. C. 



CAMPBELLS SUPER ESSO 

153 E. Main Street 
Brevard, North Carolina 



I 



KRISPY GLAZE BAKERY 

1 16 South Broad Street 
Phone 882-4791 



HAYES RAMBLER, INC. 

South Broad Street Phone 883-2705 

Brevard, North Carolina 




Sheer Happiness! 



TRANTHAMS 


DEPARTMENT 


STORE 


East Main Street Brevard 




SHOES - 


- READY-TO-WEAR 





Compliments of 

WALDENSIAN BAKERIES, INC. 

Bafcers of 
Batter Whipped SUNBEAM BREAD 



WESTERN AUTO 

105 E. Main Street 
Brevard, North Carolina 



■"'S" 33 ^" ■ 


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Royal Crown 


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Do you think the Coca-Cola Company will demand 
equal time? 



Remember, my agent gets 70%/ 




Compliments of 

KEARN'S GROCERY 

MEATS - GROCERIES - PRODUCE 
Corner of Caldwell and N. Broad 



Congratulations from 

BREVARD LUMBER COMPANY 

346 King Street - 883-3260 



THE BEAUTY SALON 

26 E. Jordan Street 

Brevard, North Carolina 

For Appointments Call 883-4390 



MORGAN BROTHERS, INC. 

WHOLESALERS - DISTRIBUTORS 

Candy — Cigars — Drugs — Sundries 

Paper Products and School Supplies 

Asheville, North Carolina 



Comp/imenfs 

COLEMAN TIRE AND RECAPPING 

Brevard, North Carolina 




Good lighting leads 
to better grades 



f y/k. i<" ■' 



Switch to 
electricity 




DIKE POWER 



PLUMMERS 



Compliments of 



KEYS PRINTING COMPANY 



Compliments of 

BUNNY BREAD 




There's that Judy Conrad— never wasting a moment! 



STUDENT INDEX 



Adams, Philip .54,21,98 

Ahlborg, Linda 54 

Albright, Ann 32 

Alderisio, Bill 32 

Aldridge, Richard 54,101,112,113 

Alford. David 32 

Anderson, Loreen 54,98 

Anderson, Nancy 32 

Andrews, Gale 54 

Armengol, Alfred 54 

Ashhv, Janie 54 

Atwe'll, Catherine 32,61 

Augustine, Sarah 

B 

Bagwell, Beth 54 

Baker. Gail 54,121 

Ball, Jeffrey 54,108,116 

Barker. Gracia 54 

Barber, Sarah Anne 32,19,132 

Barnes, Judy 32 

Barron, Max 55 

Bashaw, David 32 

Beam, Joel 55 

Bell, Carolyn 55 

Bingham, Thomas 33.6,116 

Black-well, Joseph 55,116 

Bland, Suzanne 55 

Blankinship, Donna 33,22,100,137 

Blanton, Melba 33,83,119,120 121 129 

Bnatwright, Sara 33,51 

Bolin, Ed 55 

Bowman, Tommie 32,61,24 120 121 

Bradley, Russell 55 

Brandon, Maurine 55 

Brandt. Louise 55,121 

Bridges, Mills 55,24 

Brookshire, Barbara 55 

Brookshire, Tommy 32 

Brosche, Pennye 55,101 

Brown, Mike 22,31,32,82,108,116,112,113 

Brown, Gilbert 55,116 

Brown, Joseph 55,116 

Brown, Katherine 55 

Brown, Paula 56 

Brown, Richard 56 

Brown, Ronald 56 

Brvson, Paula 56 

Buell, Dick 56.114 

Burch, Larrv 25,56,104.107,112 

Burnett, William 56 

Bumette, Charles 56 

Burriss, Harriet 56 



D 

Dalway, Pris 35,80 
Daniel, Bert 35,37,108 
Davidson, Margaret 9,35,83 
Davis, Larry 36 
Dell Amico, Mario 36,119 
DeGroat, Mary 36 
Demeritt, William 57 
Dennen, Vince 36,37,108,114 
Denney, Doug 52,57,116.117 
Desmond, Anne 58 
Diaz, Manuel 74 
Dickinson, Deedra 58,138 
Dickson, Isabel 58 
Disher, Conrad 58 
Dixon, Judv 58 
Dotson, Linda 6,36,119 
Dow, William 58 
Dovle, Jo Ann 58,130 
Drum, David 58 
Driscoll, Monica 74 
Duckworth, Robert 36 



Eby, Cathy 58 
Edmundson, Frank 22,58 
Edwards, Linda 19,36 
Edwards, Patricia 58,121 
Eldridge, Robert 58 
Elliott. Rita Lynn 59 
Emerson, Colen 59 
English, Sandra 73 
Estes, lane 59,119 
Everhart, Brenda 59 
Everhart, Sandra 59 
Ezzell, Ann 6,36 



Farnsworth, David 37 

Faulkner, Dotty 37,121 

Fearing, Sherman 59,104,107,116 

Felts. Joe 54,59 

Fenton, Ellen 59 

Ferrv, Robert 59,116 

Field, Bert 22,59 

Fisher, Zan 37 

Floyd, Kirk 60,63 

Foil, John 37 

Foland. Steve 60 

Fox, Pat 60 

Frampton, Louise 60,133 

Fry, Courtney 75 

Fuller, Janet 60 

Furman, lean 37 



Hall, Brenda 61 

Hall, lames 62 

Hall, Judv 39 

Hall, Larrv 62 

Hall, Linda 62 

Hamilton, Ann 39,119 

Hamilton, Thomas 39,101,119,114 

Hampton, Mike 39 

Hanna, Kathryn 24,62 

Hardin, Mary 39 

Hardy, Carole 62 

Hargrove, Mary 62 

Harmon, Frank 62,108,112 

Harper, Judv 62 

Harris, Mike 7.39 

Harris, Margaret 30,38,39.80,82,83,134 

Harrison, Steve 62 

Hayes, Jim 62,116 

Hazelton, Billie 62 

Hedrick, John 62 

Henderson, Marjorie 63 

Henson, Suzanne 63 

Herndon, Jane 39 

Hickman, Beverly 63,121 

Hickson, Mary 73 

Hicks, Pamela 63 

Higginson, David 63 

Hightower, Nancv 63 

Hinkle, Thomas 63 

Hintze, Doug 63.98,119 

Hogsed, Darrell 63,116 

Hoilman, Jane 63,138 

Hoke, Jane 18,32,39,99,119,110,111 

Holder, James 40,122 

Holder, Louis 40,108 

Hnllingsworth, Brenda 28,40 

Holman, Cheryl 75 

Hooker, Donna 8,19,35,40 

Home, Helen 62 

House, Pat 62 

Howard, Nancv 6,40 

Howe, Wesley'64,108,116 

Howell, Henderson 64 

Humphries, Joe 24,40,108,112.113 

Huneycutt, Patricia 64 

Hunt, Calvert 74 

Hunter, Karen 40 

Hyatt, Annette 40 

Hyatt, Norma 64 



Illemszkv, Nelia 41 
Ingle, Rachel 64 
Ingram, Gray 64,122 
Ives, Tobv 75 



Cabe, James 56,104,107,112 
Callender, Lee 56 
Cannon, Johnny 33,97 
Cannon, Susan 57 
Campbell, Hamilton 56 
Caruthcrs, Lynda 57,133 
Cathey, Delores 57 
Cauble, Ann 34 
Chafin, Elaine 34 
Chandler, Steve 34,35,100 
Chartier, Susan 57 
Cheeseman, Don 57 
Clark, Mike 57,97 
Clark. Steve 34,97 
Clark. Jean 34 
Clontz, Bob 74 
Combs, William 21,57 
Congdon, Dana 34 
Congdon, Julia 34 
Connor. Margaret 57 
Connors, Ellyn 34,119 
Conover, Ed 9,35,100 
, Conrad, Judy 9,6,35 
Constants, Arlene 35 
Cort, David 35,46,79,82,104,106 112 
Crist, Geary 52.57,115 
Currv, Lowell 35,114 
Curtis, Glenda 57 



Gantt, Myra 60 
Gardella, Richard 60,116 
Gardner, Nell 37 
Gardner, Pamela 60 
Garrett, Bebe 60 
Gawthrop, Bette 60 
Gilbert, Charles 60,108,116 
Gillespie, Carl 38,82 
Gillespie, John 60,108,116 
Gleason, Jay 60 
Godfrey, Jackie 38 
Goedert, Dot 60,120,121 
Goforth, Johnny 35,38 
Cough, Sharon 61 
Goodman, Carroll 2,61 
Graveline, Jack 19,38 
Graves, Billy 61,105 
Greene, Carolyn 61 
Greene, Chery] 6,39,96,97 
Greene, Richard 61,108 
Gulledge, Bill 61 
Gunn, Carolyn 61 



II 



Haire, Sandra 61 
Hairston, Jeanne 61 



anda, Mary Alvce 64 
enkins, Wilson 41,119 
ennings, Jo 3,21,64 
ennings. Bob 64 
evons. Dean 41,63 
imenez, Louis 64 
ohnson, Paul 64 
ones, Ernest 41 
ones, Marv Ann 64 
ones, Richard 3,21,41,99 
ustus, Robert 73 



Kale, Jack 6,41 

Keams. Sue 31,32,42,136 

Kev, Larry 64 

Key, Mike 64 

Kimzey, Martha 42 

King, Henry 42 

Kinsey. Lillian 64 

Kiser, Jonathan 54 

Klaibcr, William 64 

Koontz, Charlie 64,108,112 

Kroah, Mark 65 



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STUDENT INDEX 



Lance, Doris 42,80 
Lance, Gayle 18.42,51,131 
Lanning. Glenda 65 
Leatherman. Linda 65,121 
Leslie. Vaughn 42,108,122 
Levy, Ed 37,42 
Livingston. Pat 65 
Lobban, Caroline 42,136 
Lnck, Sharlene 65.139 
Lynch, Frances 65 



M 

McCall. Susan 65 

McCarthv, Julien 65 

McDaniel, Jerry 65 

McGee, Marilyn 65 

McCill, Jim 66 

McGuire, Aundria 66 

McManus, Ron' 66 

McOneen. Loretta 75 

Mace, Andie 43 

Malsby, Bob 43,81,82,116 

Mansfield, Bob 66,116 

Markham. Virginia 66 

Marion, Donald 43,83,116 

Martin, George 66 

Martin. Jane 43.61,79,82,83 

Martin, Parker 43 

Maugans, Jov 66 

May, Robin Lynn 7.43,83,96,97 

Maybin. Gladys 6,66 

Mazzeo, Jane 43,120,121 

Megraw, Susan 66,121 

Meiner, Jov 43 

Miller, Fred 44,82.99 

Millman, Aldred 66 

Mills. Nancy 18.44 

Milner. Hugh 66 

Milner, Milton 66,116 

Mitchell. Elizabeth 66 

Mitchell. Treva 52,66,96.97 

Montgomery, Elizabeth 44 

Moore, Ashley 7,67 

Moore, Barbara 67 

Moore. Marv 67 

Morin, Bob 67 

Mueller, Richard 44 

Myers, JoAnn 67 

N 

Xance, Elizabeth 67 

Nash, Corkv 44 

Nelson. Sheldon 67,104,107.116 

Nichols, Donna 52,67,130,110,111 

Nicholson, Banks 44 

Nix, David 67 

Noell, Nat 45 

Norman, Terry 45,96.97 

O 

Oldham, Frank 67,115 
Oliver, Shep 68,116,122 
Oliver, Richard 68 
Olsson, John 68 
Orr, Nancy 45 
Owen, Clinton 68.116 
Owen, Roger 68,108 
Owens, Karen 68 
Owens, Robert 68,116 



Padgett, Linda 68 

Parker, Freddie 42,45 

Partin, Melba 44.45 

Passmore, Sally 68 

Paxton. Charles 68 

Pechin. Sharon 68 

Penland. Johnny 

Pern", Tommie 68 

Peters, Pete 68,53,104,105,107 

Poe, John 45 

Pont, Ron6S,20,108,116 

Powell, Carl 45,82 

Powell, Charles 45 

Prevette, Bill 68,104,107.115 

Pritchard, Linda 69 

Purser, Joyce 45 



Randel, Elizabeth 69 
Raper, Jim 45 
Rarig, Jan 46 
Redding, Martha 69 
Reikosky, Doris 69.110,111 
Rembert, Jeanne 69 
Ricker. Carol 46 
Riddle, Barbara 69 
Ridenhour, Ruth 69 
Rigual, Antonio 69 
Rippv, Tovce 69 
Rising, Sue 46,100.126,110,111 
Roberts, Dan 21.46 
Roveano, Vicky 46,127 
Ruiz, Jaime 47.108,114 
Rutti, Elaine 69,100 



Salmons, Randv 7,47 

Salter. Jeffrey 28,47 

Saunders, Margaret 70 

Schwab, Eddie 47,104,106,116 

Secord, Val 47 

Seelev, Meg 61 

Setzer, Vicki 70,121 

Shaw, Curtis 70 

Shaw. Norma 70,121 

Sheets, Peggy 47 

Shepherd, Jerrv 47,81 

Sherrill, Neil 47,30 

Shields, Julia 70 

Shores, Tanya 70 

Shouse, Jane 48 

Shreves, John 70,114 

Simpson, Doris 48 

Skerrett, Butch 75 

Smith, Brace 70,104,107,116 

Smith, Craig 70 

Smith, Ron 48,63 

Smith, Sally 70 

Smoot, Barbara 48 

Sorton. Carol 48,129,132,110,111 

Spencer, Randy 48 

Spry, Arthurine 48,61 

Staley, Marian 48 

Stallings, Robert 20,70,108,112,113 

Stanley, Leahman 21,48,104,106.105,112 

Starnes, Michael 31,48,81 

Stames. William 31,49 

Steelman, Junior 70.104,107,116 

Stelter, Norman 70,108 



Stiles, Charles 49 
Stout, Marvin 70 
Sumner, William 73 
Sutphin, limmv 7 1 
Svabek, Beverly 71 
Swigert, Kittv 49.119,121 



Tanner. Bud 22,49,83 
Taylor, Frank 71 
Taylor, James 71 
Thomason, George 71 
Thomason, Jimmy 71 
Thober, Nancy 49 
Thompson, Kathleen 71 
Thrash, Ron 71 
Tinslev, Peter 71 
Towles, Margo 49,135 
Traveria.*lorge 71 
Trussell, Mike 7,50 
Tuck, Robert 71.108,116 
Tucker. Bo 50.81.119,108 
Tupper. Elias 6.50 
Tvndall Darlene 50.121,128 



Van DeWeghe, Diane 50 

Van Hook. Sarah 71 

Varda. Beth 50 

Varden. Bob 50.119 

Vaughn, Dona D. 3,6,49,50,79,100,137 

Vogel, Linda 72,98 



W 

Wagner, Edward 72 

Wall, Dinah 72 

Walker, Linda 50 

Waller, Billie 72 

Waltjen, Donna 72 

Warren, Jimmv 23,50,101 

Watts, Mike 72 

Wauchope, Bruce 72 

Webb. Rosemary 72,127 

Weiler, Norman 72 

Wells. Mike 72.116,112,113 

Werling, Tom 7,25.51,78,113,122 

Westmoreland. LaRoy 72 

White, Karen 72 

White. Thomas 72,98,108,116 

Whitmire, Everette 72 

Wilkes, Marv Alice 51 

Williams, Belinda 73 

Williams, Harrison 73 

Williams, Jim 73,10S,109 

Williams. Pennv 73.21 

Wilson. Mike 73 

Wright. Zeno 51 



Yancey. Toney 7-3 
Yokeley, Dee 44,51 
Young. Deanna 73 



Zibelin, Sandra 53,73,139 



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