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Barby Henline 
Photographer 

Carolyn Whitley 

Faculty and Administration Editor 

Sarah Babbett 
Organizations Editor 

Elaine Leypoldt 
Senior Class Editor 

Betty Gilroy 
Junior Class Editor 

Karen Estes 
Sophomore Class Editor 

Nancy Hoover 
Anne Marie Shipton 
Freshman Class Co-Editors 

Sue Smith 
Nursing Class Editor 

Carolyn Cline 
Commercial Class Editor 

Kay Krimminobr 
Portrait Editor 

Donna Weaver 
Feature Editor 

Peggy Taylor 
Greek Editor 

Bob Beaver 
George Bell 
Shorts Co-Editors 

Lynne Carpenter 
Paula Ritchie 
Copy Co-Editors 

Nancy Fritz 
Head Typist 

Evelyn Poole 
Directory Editor 

Jane Ahndt 

Senior Statistics Editor 



SPECFAC COLLECTION 






CARL A. KUCISILL LIBRARY 
LENOiR-R'.iYr:E COLLEGE 



Hacawa 

A Student Body Publication of 
Lenoir Rhyne College, 
Hickory, North Carolina 



BECKY CROMER 

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SUSAN G'SEGNER Business Manager 



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In OUR year we have come to learn, 
To he guided into hfe's meaning. 
So we have hecome as those hefore us, 
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The past had offered this year, 

But it was not ours until we had given, 

Until we had made this year OUR year. 



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We have wished at times that it pass quickly, 

Yet it has ended all too suddenly; 

We have looked hack, 

And seen the moments wasted, 

The opportunities passed hy, 

The ideals shattered— 



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IRECTION 

We are to seek the truth, 

but there is such confusion. 
We have inquiring minds, 

but which way shall we turn? 
We go to one another, 

yet there is turmoil still. 
Where else is there to look? 
We think the admission 

may prove our weakness— 
We find our minds 

are opened by guidance; 
We may accept, we may discard 

what we have heard; 
We voice our complaints, 

our personal gripes, 

yet when we stop and look 

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Where would Lenoir Rhyne, 

where would we be now 

without DIRECTION? 




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DEDICATION 




Dr. Hans G. I1hvaiAi\i\ 



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To one who stresses academic excellence 
as a challenae to students to think, 
to reflect, to question; 

To one who expands the classroom 
to encompass the world, its problems, 
its destiny; 

To one who brings to the campus 
a deep sense of dignity, of 
worth, of purpose; 

To one who stands for Truth; 
We, the Class of 1966, dedicate the Hacawa to 
Dr. Hans G. Heymann. 



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BOARD 

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TRUSTEES 



Lenoir Rhyne College is 
operated by the North Caro- 
lina Synod of the Lutheran 
Church in America through 
a Board of Trustees. This 
Board determines the gen- 
eral policies and program, 
and plans for the future de- 
velopment and the financial 
support of the College. It 
engages the administrative 
officers and the faculty who 
manage the affairs and con- 
duct the educational pro- 
gram of the institution. 

The membership of the 
Board is composed of nine 
ministers and fifteen laymen 
who are elected by the 
North Carolina Synod of 
the Lutheran Church in 
America. It also includes 
two ex-officio members: the 
President of the Synod and 
the President of the College. 




Dr. Harry Isenhour, Chairman of the 
Board of Trustees, breaks ground for the 
Lineberger Administration Building. 




Seated, rig)i(; iJ. Ji. Maunc). Jr.; Ktn. G. Dwight Conrad; Robert R. 
Rhyne, Sr.; Hubert V. Park; Rev. George F. Schott; Harry E. Isenhour. 
Seated, center: Harry M. Arndt; Luther G. Boliek; Rev. Samuel L. 
S<«; Ray W. Cline; Rev. Walter i\. Vount; Wallace Jorgenson; Rev. 



Albert H. Keck, Jr. Slinnling: Glenn E. Ketner; Rev. George R. Whitte- 
car; O. Leonard Moretz; Re\'. Hoyle L. Whiteside; Herman S. Minges; 
Paul E. Lutz; D. Miles Aderhnldt; Dr. \'oigt R. Cromer; Rev. Frank 
J. Davis; John V. Barger; Rev. John D. Alauney, Jr.; Glenn R. Frye. 



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THE PRESIDENT 

Each academic year has distincti\c maiks which make it a unique 
chapter in the hfe of the College. The observance of the Seventy- 
fifth Anniversary of Lenoir Rhyne will lea\e its imprint to make 
1965-66 a memorable year. 

The Anniversary Observance is \ aluable to the extent that it makes 
us who occupy the collegiate stage today more appreciative of our 
heritage, more alert to the contemporary scene, and better prepared 
to mold the future. Truly, this constitutes the mission of the College 
every year of its life, but the Diamond Jubilee should intensify our 
enthusiasm for it. 

May the students of this seventy-fifth session and the members 
of the Anni\'ersary Class of '66, by their career achievements and 
their role in the onward march of their Alma Mater, cause the 
Diamond Jubilee to be treasured as an eminence in the annals of 
Lenoir Rhyne. 

VoiGT R. Croxmer, A.AL, S.T.M., D.D.. LL.D. 



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ADMINISTRATION 





Robert L. Duncan, A.B., M.S. 
Dean of Students 



Edwin L. Setzler, A.M., Litt.D. 

Academic Dean and Registrar 
Professor of English 






Harry S. Livengood, B.S. 
Business Manager 



Gladys Barger 
Treasurer 



Anne Lentz 
Bookkeeper 




Robert A. Sigmon 
Superintendent of 
Buildings and Grounds 



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Pauline Sox 

Manager of College 

Supply Store 




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Robert G. Walker, A.B., B.D., M.S. 
Chaplain 



George R. Patterson, M.Ed. 
Director of Situuner Session 
Head of Education and 
Psychology Department 





Mabel Aderholdt, A.B. 
Assistant Librarian 
AiLEEN Aderholdt, A.B. 
Librarian 




Elsie Deaton, A.B. 
Dietitian 



Edith Binkley, A.B. 
Admissions Secretarr 




Opal AIoretz. A.B. 
Director of College Center 



eff Norris, A.B. 
Director of Public Relations and Alumni Affairs 

Jim Rice, A.B. 

Assistant to Director of Public Relations and Alumni Affairs 



ADMINISTRATION 




EsTELLE Marlowe 
Hostess in College Center 




Lyxda Kirby, Secretary to Chaplain; 
Margaret Cline, Library Staff; Cath- 
erine Gaylord, B.S., Catalogue and 
Pieference Librarian; Betty Cuelee, 
Library Staff. 




Peggy Lowdermilk, A.B., Assistant Registrar; 
Mary Millholen, Secretary to Director of 
Summer School; Rachel Sigmon, Secretary to 
Fund fcjT Progress and Business Manager; Kay 
ScHMUCKEK, Secretary to Dean of Students. 




Iris Moore, Secretary to Treastirer; 
Helen B. Collins, Clerk in Business 
Office. 




Mary Jane Penley, Secretary to Ptiblic 
Pielations Office; Gail Marlowe, Sec- 
tary to Athletic Department; Mary 
Ruth Brnwn, Printing Room. 




Marion Council 

Head Resident in Mauney Hall 




Gertrude Carrier 

Head Piesident in Schaeffer Hall 





Gladys Lohr 

Head Resident in Fritz-Conrad Hall 

Everett J. Sox, A.B. 

Head Resident in Morgan Hall 



Catherine Ballard 

Head President in Highland Hall 




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Barbara M. Allran, A.B., M.A. 
Instructor in English 




Russell E. Benton, A.B., M.A. 
Instructor in History 




Lowell E. Binkley, A.B., M.A. 
Associate Professor of Biology 
Head of Biology Department 

Katherine W. Brandon, A.B., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of History and Government 





Ethel Amacher, B.A., M.S.W. 
Instructor in Sociology 




VOLDEMARS T. BERNARDS, 

Lie, TheoL, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Greek, 

Latin, mid Modern Language: 




Thomas Henry Blackburn, A.B., ALA. 

Professor of Mathematics 

Head of Mntheniaiics Department 



FACULTY 




Samuel Baker, A.B., ALF.A. 
Assistant Professor of English and Speech 
Director of Dramatics 




Margaret Berry, B.S., ALA. 
Assistant Professor of Art 




Jerry E. Bolick, ALS. 
Instructor in Mathematics 



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William P. Brandon, B.Ph., M.A. 
Professor of History and Government 
Head of History and Government 
Department 




Laura B. Clayton, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of English and Latin 




Walter C. Cornwell, A.B., M.A. 
Instructor in Physical Education and Coach 



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Russell E. Brown, A.B., M.A. 
Associate Professor of Economics 



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Charles F. Cooke, B.S., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Physics 




Clyde Deans, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of Physical Education 



FACULTY 




Ph.D. 



David Y. P. Chou, B.S 

Professor of Chemistry 

Head of Chemistry Department 





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Phyllis F. Copeland, A.B., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of English 




Helen P. Farfour. B.S. 

Instructor in Nutrition and Diet Therapy 

Frances M. Farthing, B.S.N., M.A. 
Associate Professor of Ntirsing 
Head of Nursing Department 




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William R. Fryar, B.S., M.S. 

Instyuctor in Biology 




Mary L. Gore. B.S., M.S., Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Education 




Hans G. Heym.\nn, M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of English 

Head of English Department 




FACULTY 




Lee R. Gandee, A.B., M.A. 

Instruclor in History 




H. R. Greenholt, A.B., Ph.D. 
Professor of History 




Thom.as Holt, B.M., M..M. 
Associate Professor of Music 

Edsel E. Hoyle, A.B., iSI.Ed. 

Assistant Professor of 
Economics and Accounting 



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Robin Gatwood, B.S., M.A., Ed.D. 
Professor of Music 

Joe D. Gl.ass, B.D., M.A., Ph.D. 
Assistajit Professor of Religious Studies 




X'iRGiNiA S. Hawn, A.B., M.A. 
.Assistant Professor of Mathematics 




Wade F. Hook, B.D.. A.M.. Ph.D. 

Professor of Sociolog) 

Head of Sociology Department 



FACULTY 




Suzanne K. Jeffers, A.B., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of English 




Kenneth B. Lee, M.Mus. 

Professor of Music 

Head of Music Departnieiu 




Alvin L. Lugn, A.B., M.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Earth Sciences 




Lester D. Keasey, B.D., M.A., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Religious Sttidies 




Sue N. Lucke, B.S., ALA. 
Instructor in Physical Education 




Ralph H. Lyerly, A.B., M.A. 
Associate Professor of English 




\\ i.)',.NER O. Keller, A.B. 

Associate Professor of Modern Languages 




Edward L Lucke, B.S., M.A., Ed.D. 

Associate Professor of Physical Education 
Head of Health and Physical 
Education Department 

George W. McCreary, A.B. jNLA. 

Professor of Business Education 

Head of Economics and Business Department 




Richard C. Medcalf, B.S., O.D. 
Instructor in Biology 



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Shelby B. Morgan, Jr. B.S., M.Ed. 

Instructor hi Physics, Chemistry, 
and Earth Science 




Hanley H. Painter, A.B., M.A. 
Director of Athletics and Head Foothall Coach 




Frank W. Powell, A.B., M.S. 

North Carolina School for the Deaf 

John A. Ritchie, B.S., B.D., S.T.M., M.A. 
InstmctOT in Bihle 





Walter T. Nau, B.D., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of French 

Head of French and German Departments 




Joan L. Parkinson, A.B., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Education 




Thelma Rast, B.S. in Music, M.M. 
Associate Professor of Music 

FACULTY 




Lorene H. Painter, A.B., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Education 




Am.\lee B. Ritchie, A.B., M.A. 
Assisl<iH( Professor of Mathematics 



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DoRus p. RuDisiLL, B.D., S.T.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of Bible and Philosophy 




Donald W. Sink, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 




Reuben J. Swanson, B.D., S.T.M., Ph.D. 

Professor of Bihle 

Head of P,eligion and Philosophy Department 




Steve M. Shuford, A.B., M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Commercial Subjects 




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Helen M. Stahler, M.Mus.Ed. 
Associate Professor of Piano, 
Voice, Music Education 




Mary Catherine Taylor, A.B., M.Ed. 
Instructor in Education 



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FACULTY 




William H. Shuford, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Spanish 




Raymond M. Strunk, B.S., M.Bus.Adm. 
Associate Professor of Business Administration 




Clyde W. Taylor, Jr., A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Education 

Jose Tellechea, D.D.C. 
Instructor in Spanish 



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Norman E. Tipton, B.S., M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 




William R. Weaver, M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Spanish 

Head of Spanish Department 




Danny C. Williams, A.B. 
Instructor in Physical Education 

Richard C. Zimmerman, A.B., M.S. 
Instructor in English, Speech, and Drama 




FACULTY 




Roy R. Ullman, M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of Education and Psychology 




Harby a. Wells, A.B., M.M. 
Instructor in Organ 




]e.\nette C. Wilson. B.S.N. 
Instructor in Maternal and 
Child Care Cursing 




James A. Warren, B.S., M.Ed. 
Instructor in Biology 




Glenn E. Whitesides, A.!!.. 
Assistant Professor of English 



M.A. 




Monica E. Yost, A.B.. M.A. 
Instructor in Sociolog^ 




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COmlBUTION 

We have come to learn, 
yet how do we achieve it? 

We buy our boolcs, attend oiu: 
classes— 

But there is more to gain. 

We are confronted by a 
multitude of activities, 
and they too can teach us; 

From organizations, 

Playmakers, cheerleading, 
Student Government, 
and publications we obtain 
learning from experience. 

Sometimes it's easy to retreat, 
to call them foolish 
and superfluous; 

Sometimes it's easy to "overload," 
to find our academic study 
lacking. 

Yet there's a time— 
the sought-for balance- 
when extracurriculars 
become practical learning 
and a CONTRIBUTION. 





"/ would walk vnth all those 

who walk. 
I would not stand still to watch 
the -procession passing hy." 

Kahlil Gibran 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT 



Maek Cooper, President 



Toward higher academics has been the 
theme of emphasis for this year's Student 
Government. Established in 1960 as a 
campus government strictly of and by the 
students, Student Government has become 
an authority concerned with all aspects of 
campus functions. The student system is 
composed of four major units. Student 
Cabinet, with four representatives from the 
four major classes and one representative 
each from the commercial and nursing 
classes, is the ultimate student authority 
in legislation. Student Commission, con- 
sisting of dormitory and day student repre- 
sentatives, is the sounding board and recom- 
mender for changes in campus policy. 
Commission also serves as an appellate 
court for House Council trials and minor 
dav student offenses. Student Court is the 
highest campus court, trying cases of any 
major constitutional \'iolation. The five 
House Councils form the basis for Student 
Government by directing their respective 
dormitories. In addition to the four phases 
of Student Government, the President's 
Commission was established this year to 
bring all organizations into closer unity. 



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Larry Wilson, Vice-President 



Pam Peer, Secretary 



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Jim Riley, Treasurer 



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STUDENT 
CABINET 



Front to Back: Johnny Clapp, Dick Campbell, Randy Frye, Lynne Carpenter, Jim Bangle, 
Ann Hornbuckle, Bill Apple, Steve Ortner, Fritz Nordman, Robert Lineberger. First Row: 
Pam Peer, Tony Jackson, Linda McCall, Nancy Keller, Peggy Taylor, Larry Wilson. 
Second Row: Jim Riley, Mark Cooper, Paul Cooper, Elaine Bolick, Beverly Friday, Henry 
Froneberger. Third Row: John Sieverts, Prof. Bud Brown. 




Audrey Marshall: Hans 

Heymann; Sarah Barrett: 
Bobb>' Dunlap; Barbara 
Chandler; Larry Wilson: 
Dean Duncan: Bob Coon: 
Pat Friday; Mary Ann 
Troutman. 



STUDENT COMMISSION 



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STUDENT COURT 



PRESIDENTS' COMMISSION 





Mark Cooper, Terry Lackey, Tony Jackson, Jim Quails, Larry Wilson. Not 
Pictured: Eric Vivian, Tommy Fogle. 



First Roil'.- Henry Froneberger, Becky Cromer, 
Tony Jackson, Jeanne Smith, Tommy Williams, 
Beth Houser, Mark Cooper. Second Row: Fritz 
Nordman, B. J. Lanning, Sandy Wiles, Jeanne 
Metts, Bette Cromer, Marianne Howard, Ken- 
netha Frye, Susan Henderson. Third Row: Doug 
Everhart, Scotty Taylor, Phyllis Moffitt, Bo 
Wessell, David Shulenberger, Hans Heymann. 



HOUSE 
PRESIDENTS 



Beth Houser, Fritz-Conrad Hall; Ed Gratzick, 
Highland Hall; Anne Casper, Schaeffer Hall; 
Mickey Taylor, Morgan Hall; Bette Cromer, 
Manner Hall. 




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First Row: Linda Sockwell, Susan G'Segner, Donna Baesman, Diana Kanoy. Second 
Row: Linda Lingerfelt, Martha Smith, Jane Carter, Janice Hearne. Third Row: Jane 
Marsh, Faith Anderson, Barbara Edwards. Fourth Row: Sarah Adams, Barbara Meiers, 
Bette Cromer, Nancy RolHns. Fifth Row: Betty Sanders. Mary Jo Bangle, Anne Casper, 
Brenda HofFner. Sixth Row: Betty Gihoy, Patricia Allen, Janice Brawley, Pam Peer. 
Seventh Row: Sarah Barrett, Terry Teague. 



HOUSE COUNCILS 




Bottom to top: Brad Schiele, Johnny N^'hidey, 
Mickey Ta>-lor, Randy Frye, Sandy Baird, Charles 
Crouse, Tommy Fogle, Ed Gratzick, Larry \A ilson, 
Bill Gerrow, Bob Coon, Mark Cooper, Jim Riley, 
Jim Epting. 



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CROMER COLLEGE CENTER 



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COMMITTEES: First Rmv. Bonnie Farthing, Holly Cox, Kathy Moretz, Robert Lineberger, David Misenheimer, Jane Arndt, David 
Shulenburger, Peggv' Taylor, Sarah Barrett, Zubecca Dorton, Kenn;tha Frye, Becky Cromer, Phyllis Moffitt. Second Row. Vicki Rudi- 
sill, Sarah Kinney, Doug Estes, Steve Bumgarner, Marsha Keller, Jackie Collins, Susan G'Segner, Beverly Friday, Linda Sockwell, 
Jenni Blackwelder, Elaine Leypoldt. Third Row. Tommy Fogle, Bob Coon, Faith Anderson, Donna Willis, Kathy Fritz, Carolyn Isen- 
hower, Charles Crouse, Kay Krimminger, Joanne Schwalm, Diana Groce, Doris Hoyle, Jeanne Smith, Betsy Heavner, Reed Barnes, 
Beth Houser. 



The histor>' of the Lenoir Rhyne College Union began a 
short six years ago. More than just a building, the union was 
designed to be both an organization and a program. It was to 
be the community center of the college, for all the college family 
—students, faculty, administration, alumni, and guests. 

In order to accomplish and fulfill successfully the designed 
purpose of the union, it was felt that a multiple combination of 
student, faculty, administration, and alumni governing bodies 
were necessary. The board of governors was formed as the chief 
governing body to formulate policies, approve proposed programs 
and budgets, and have a general and broad oversight regarding 
center operation. 

As a means of carrying out the policies and approved program 



of the board of governors, the program board was created. Its 
major function is to conduct the continuing, ongoing program 
of the center. The fi\'e committees— house, publicity, social, fine 
arts, and recreation— sponsor a variety of programs ranging from 
bridge, pool, and chess to speakers, concerts, classical movies, and 
a wide variety of good entertainment. 

Although the Voigt R. Cromer College Center is young, the 
program and the governing procedure is believed to be the best 
and clearest manner with which to make clear the proper con- 
cepts of union ideals. 

The union program is one of opportunity for self-e.xpression 
and self-testing, as it is a realistic situation of persons working 
together with the onlv grade involved being the results obtained. 



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PROGRAM BOARD 






Sitting: Dick Campbell, Sandy Wiles, John Robinson, Mrs. W. J. Moretz, George Lentz. Stnud- 
ing: John Davis, Kathy Fritz, John Sieverts, Judy Kluttz, Charles Edwards. 




Charles Edwards, Chairman of the College Center. 




BOARD 

OF 

GOVERNORS 



Sitting: Nancy Chambers, Mrs. Kenneth Lee. 
Mrs. W. J. Moretz, Mrs. Charles Clayton. Stand- 
ing: Dean Robert Duncan. Mark Cooper. Mr. 
Harr\" Li\'engood. Charles Edwards, Wayne 
Yoder, Professor Raymond Strunk. 







Which one goes where? 



Phyllis A'loffitt and Becky Cromer, Co-Editors. 





Hacawa Editors: Sitting: Kay Krimminger, Portrait Editor; Karen Estes, Sophomore 
Editor; Donna Baesman, Student Life Editor; Ann Marie Shipton, Freshman Class Co- 
Editor; Peggy Taylor, Greek Editor. Standing: Carol Cline, Commercial Class Editor; 
Betty Gilroy, Junior Class Editor; Jane Arndt, Senior Statistics; Evelyn Poole, Directory; 
Paula Ritchie, Co-Copy Editor; Carolyn Whitley, Faculty; Nanci Hoover, Co-Freshman 
Class Editor; Donna Weaver, Features Editor; Bob Beaver and George Bell, Co-Sports 
Editors. 



Phil Stephens, Priscilla Clopper, Nancy 
Fritz, Head Typist. 




First Roiv: Becky Taylor, Molly Heavner, Cher)] lluuscr. Second Row: Connie Dixon, Irene 
McAtee, Sandi Helsley. 




Top to Bottom: Nancy MacKcnzie, Jean Kluttz, Elaine Yount, Chudme 
Eagle, Betsy Dry, Carol Brown, and Vicki Vasgaard. 



HACAWA 



From the first thin Hacawa in 1909 to the 
fifty-eighth volume in 1966, the annual of 
Lenoir Rhyne College has been enlarged and 
transformed from a publication of the senior 
class for the college to a publication of the 
student body for the campus community. 
Each Hacawa, however, has been edited for 
the same purpose— to capture and preserve 
something of the essence of the academic year. 
This year, working for the largest enrollment 
in the history of the college, the expanded 
staff has made appointments, taken pictures, 
written copy, and tvped pages of material in 
its attempt to meet the "deadlines." Without 
the cooperation of each one on campus who 
has posed for a picture or contributed infor- 
mation, the staff could not ha^'e achieved its 
aim. A special thank you from the staflF is ex- 
tended the Public Relations office for its serv- 
ice in helping to record Lenoir Rhyne's expe- 
rience in 75 vears. 






Sue Troutman, Janice Brawley, 
Mary Jean Beatty and 
Susan Henderson. 



Steve Bumgarner and Barry Hen- 
line, -Photographers. 



Susan G'Segner, Business Manager. 



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George Lentz, Assistant Editor, and Bobby Dunlap, Managing 
Editor. 




Kathy Rhoads, Editor. 




General Staff; First Roiv: Sherry Smith, Pam Teague, Joanne Schwalm. Second Row. Phi] Mertz, Don Simmons, Donna 
Weaver, Judi Ginader, Judy Heavner, Pat Friday, Paul Cooper. Third Ro\v: Butch Scott, Ronnie Carpenter, Reed Barnes, Judy 
Gantt. 



LENOIR 
RHYNEAN 




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Kathy Fritz, Feature Editor; Gayle 
Harkrider, Assistant News Editor; 
Sandi Helsley, News Editor. 




"I think that's the way you spell it!" 



From a meager one page sheet compiled by literary 
societies to the present four-page edition, the Lenoir 
Rhynean has increased both its scope and its impact. 
Since 1927 when it gained sponsorship of the student 
body, the Lenoir Rhynean has served as a news media 
for both campus and community. 

Not only does the staff strive to cover all phases of 
news, but also to increase the number of and improve 
the quality of feature material. Editorially, the paper 
serves as a sounding board for and against international, 
national, state, and campus issues. Dedicated to the search 
for truth and the communication of ideas, the Lenoir 
Rhynean seeks to attain and sustain its goals. 




Ron Leonard, Circulation Manager; Paula Ritchie, Pictorial Editor; Marion Dotson, Assistant Pictorial Editor; Jack W'ray, Sports 
Editor. 



"This goes on every week." 



Charles Crouse, Business Manager. 





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Choir MiMiiiiRS; Phyllis Alran, John Andrews, Jane Arndt, Paul Arnold, Bob Baesman, Ann Barker, Beth Bisanar, Jenni Blackwelder, Ellen Brown, 
Stan Bumgarner, Dick Campbell, Morris Casper, Paul Cobb, Bette Cromer, Beth Cuthbertson, Jim Daley, Gwen Da\is, P.onnie Deal, Phil Duncan, 
Paneen Edwards. Raymond Efird, Pat Friday, Kathy Fritz, Michael Frye, Betty Gilroy, Joan Glass, Diana Groce, David Hardy, Tommy Havnaer, June 
Hollar, Carolyn Isenhour, Wayne Jacklin, Jo Ann Jackson, Robert Jameson, Paul Kaeser, Barbara Keck, Bonita Ketner, Lydia Klimp, Libby Lee, Suzanne 
McCreary, Deanna Moore, Sally Osborn, Janet Peace, Terry Pitts, Conrad Quanstrom, Tess Rudisill, Ann Saddler, Ann Marie Shipton, Steve Sigmon, 
Judy Sloop, Peggy Taylor, Jim Thomas, Virginia Tompkins, Dick Waddell, Margaret Ann Ware, Donna Weaver, Bo Wessell, Martha Wick, Larry Wil- 
son, Wayne Yoder, Faith Young. 




Rehearsals are only complete with Professor Kenneth B. 
Lee, better known to choir members as **Fess." 




Section Leaders: Anne Barker, Paneen Edwards, Tommy Havnaer, Phil 
Duncan, Peggy Taylor, Sally Osborn. 



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A CAPPELLA 
CHOIR 



Religious, inspirational, moving — the Le- 
noir Rhyne A Cappella Choir ofFers revelation 
and beauty through song. Founded by Pro- 
fessor Lee in 1935, the choir is one of the 
best-loved and long-remembered of campus 
activities. This year after months of rehearsal, 
the sixty-two voice choir travels to "sunny" 
Florida, culminating its season's tour in the 
annual Palm Sunday concert at St. Andrew's 
Church. The choir's final contribution comes 
with the Baccalaureate service when the 
beauty of music and the words of Christian 
worship bring inspiration to graduation. 



"O day full of grace , 





Practice, practice, practice! 




BAND 



Paul Arnold 
Robert Baesman 
William Batterman 
Robert Bisanar 
Alice Bumgarner 
Stan Bumgarner 
Ronnie Carpenter 
Jane Dameron 
Gayle Davis 
Pam Eaker 
Ray Efird 

Tommy Funderburk 
Robin Gatwood, Jr. 
Joan Glass 
Tom Hardin 
David Hardy 
Douglas Hedrick 
Eddie Herring 
Bobby Holt 
Russell Hyden 
Tom Kadel 



Lutz Keller 
Marsha Keller 
Jack Lindwall 
Pegg>- McCarter 
Janet Peace 
Terr>- Pitts 
Susan Plonk 
Marge Robertson 
Vicki Rudisill 
Ann Sadler 
Ann Marie Shipton 
Norman Steward 
Byron Turner 
Steve VanHom 
Dick Waddell 
Donald WTiitner 
Martha Wick 
Larry- Wilson 
Craig Wood 
Jane Wright 
Sandi Yoder 



"Now try it one more time," says Dr 
Gatwood, hetter known as "Dad." 




Change and increase are the dominating 
ideas concerning the Lenoir Rhyne Band 
as it approaches its 29th year oF existence. 
Throughout the football season the band 
lent spirit and color to the crowds. In ad- 
dition to the increase of student participa- 
tion in the band, the year was marked by 
new uniforms. The band appeared for the 
first time in their new uniforms at the 
Christmas concert. Several ensemble pro- 
grams and the spring concert rounded out 
the season's performances. 



Seventy-six trombones? No 





Caxterbury Clue: Bill Davis, Jane Davis, Mrs. Jeffers, William Anne Barnes, 
Reed Barnes. 



CANTERBURY CLUB 

The Canterbury Club, composed of interested Episcopal 
students on campus, convenes monthly for the purpose of pro- 
viding lectures, discussion and fellowship for its members. 
Under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jeffers, Canter- 
bury meets at the home of Rev. Richard Turkelson, rector of 
the Church of the Ascension Episcopal with which this organi- 
zation is associated. 




LuTiiEilAN Student Association: Sitting: Sue Grape, Kathy Fritz, Gwen Davis, 
Beatrice Pickens, Brenda HofFner, Barbara Meiers, Marianne Howard, Kennetha 
Fr>'e, Susan Brooks, Camelia Jarrett, Jane Amdt, Cecelia Jarrett. Standing: Roy 
Hottle, Chaplain W^alker. Ronald Finck, Bill Gerow, Paula Ritchie, Sandi Yoder, 
Wayne Yoder, David Shulenburger, Jim Daley, Conrad Quanstrom, Mary Ann 
Troutman. 



WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 

The Westminster Fellowship was founded some fifteen 
years ago at Lenoir Rhyne for Presbyterians and those students 
who wish to affiliate themsehes with the Presbyterian church. 
It is affiliated with the First Presbyterian Church of Hickory. 

The organization seeks to unite in Christian Fellowship and 
to foster a sense of common loyalty to Christ and His church. 



LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION 

The Lutheran Student Association is the student movement 
on campus composed of Lutherans and other interested stu- 
dents. 

The organization on the Lenoir Rhyne Campus plays an 
active part in regional and national levels. From 1941-45 the 
L. S. A. was combined with the campus Luther League. Then, 
in 1946, it became an independent organization. 



Westminster Fellowship; Sitting: Terri 
Ross, Scotty Taylor, Annette Fowler. Stand- 
ing: Cheryl Houser, Suzanne McCreary, Rick 
Abercrombie, Carolyn Batch, Loonis Mc- 
Glohon, Peggy McCarter, Jerry Cross, Candy 
Smart. 



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RELIGIOUS GROUPS 





Methodist Student Movemext Fust Ron Sue Truulman. Susan Ilendersun, Janice Brawley, Frances 
Brawley, JNIozelle Williams, Adiisor. Second Row. Ro> Price, Dick \^'^addell, Tom Hardin, Donnie Wall, Vernon 
Cathey, Coleen Sigmon, Sharon Baker, Jack Fortune. 




Baptist Student Union: First Row. Quentin M, Rerreault. State B.S.U. Leader; Steve Paijje. 
Neal Pruitt, Terry Lackey, Shelia Smith. Second Row: Jane West,-Nancy Hildebran, Ron Eckard. 
Linda Ward, Frankie Mauney. 



METHODIST STUDENT 
MOVEMENT 

"Christ above all" signifies the basis For 
the establishment of the Methodist Stu- 
dent Movement in 1960. Stri\ing for this 
basis and for better interdenominational 
relations, the members of the movement 
seek to provide a spiritual atmosphere es- 
sential for Christian growth through edu- 
cation, ser^'ice projects, and participation. 

BAPTIST STUDENT 
UNION 

A practical channel through which 
Christ reaches students, the Baptist Stu- 
dent Union trains college people for effec- 
ti\e Christian discipleship. Since 1959 the 
group has reminded Baptist students on 
campus of their obligations as Christian 
citizens to the world. It provides inspira- 
tion, information, and fellowship for Chris- 
tian growth while in college. 



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Religious Councii,: Sitting; Brenda Hoffner, Sandra York, Jane Anidt, Janet Peace, Marianne Howard, Sue 
Grape. Staudhig: Scotty Taylor, Terri Ross, David Shulenburger, Janice Brawley, Kennetha Frye, Chaplain 
Walker, Annette Fowler, Ron Eckard. 




DiAKONiA: Sitting: Paul Kanupp, Jim Bangle, Larry Bollinger, Paul Cobb. Stmniiiig: Mickey 
Taylor, David Shulenburger, David Webb, Ricky Eckard, John Lindwall. 



RELIGIOUS COUNCIL 

Ecumenical in composition but facilitative in purpose, the Religious 
Council serves fellow campus citizens by supplying the impetus and 
creativity for campus religious life. First established in 1929, the Reli- 
gious Council is composed of representatives of all religious groups. 
Annually the Council sponsors the Campus Chest, bringing to the 
campus an awareness of needs beyond its narrow confines. TTius the 
Religious Council serves to unite the campus in the common bond of 
Christian leadership. 



DIAKONIA 



"Diakonia" means "service." As a consequence it is a fellowship of 
students who are interested in lifetime Christian service. The group is 
interdenominational. Coming together since 1916 for growth and spirit- 
ual and intellectual inspiration, the group also serves campus, com- 
munity, and church. 




Y.W.C.A.: i ust lloiv: Kennetha Frye, Marianne Ho\v- 
ard. Second Row: Cecilia Jarrett, Barbara Meiers, Linda 
Ward. Third Row: Camelia Jarrett, Pam Schnaufer, 
Brenda Hoffner. I-oitrth Roti': Sharon Baker, Sarah 
Leonhardt. 



Y. W. C A. 

One of the older organizations on cam- 
pus, dating back to the 1920's, the Young 
Women's Christian Association seeks to 
promote a Christian atmosphere on campus. 
Activities include a "Big Sister-Little Sis- 
ter" program and Christmas caroling to 
the homes of professors. 




FORENSICS 



Use of the library is a must for debaters. 




Debaters: Beatrice Pickens, Pnifessor Brown, Coach; Tommy Kadel, Bobby Dunlap, John 
Sieverts, Terry E\'ans. 




"Now, this i% a good point." 



Debating has been a part of campus life 
since the beginning of the college. First 
coming under the acti\ities of the now 
extinct literary societies, debates were of 
an intracampus nature. 1965-66 has wit- 
nessed the Lenoir Rhyne team traveling to 
Florida State, Western Carolina, and At- 
lanta to participate in regional and national 
debates. As a young team, it has been gain- 
ing experience in small tournaments this 
year. It has also sponsored its own annual 
South Atlantic Forensic Tournament. 



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NATIONAL 

EDUCATION 

ASSOCIATION 

The Student National Education Association, 
affiliated with both state and national organizations, 
is the professional association for college students 
preparing to teach. Designed to pro\'ide opportuni- 
ties for professional growth, leadership, and under- 
standing, NEA furthers the student's interest in 
teaching and encourages selective standards for 
teacher education programs. 



MUSIC CLUB 

Stri\'ing to de\"elop an earnest appreciation for 
and an insight into the many phases of serious mu- 
sic, The Kenneth B. Lee Music Club promotes 
varying programs. Sponsoring prominent artist- 
lecturers, attending student recitals, and traveling 
to neighboring cities to hear concerts enumerate 
some of the organizations activities. Interested 
students in the field of music are urged to hold 
membership in the club. 



RADIO STAFF 

The Radio Staff informs the students at Lenoir 
Rhyne and the people of Hickory of all news- 
worthy e\ents that take place on campus through 
news and sports programs over the facilities of radio 
stations WHKY and WIRC. Programs are taped 
in the recording room in the Mauney Music Build- 
ing. 



Music Club: First Roir: Juan Glass, Bobby Jameson, Susanne AlcCreary. Second 
Row: Gwen Davis, Carolyn Isenhower, Gail Davis, Paul Arnold, Anne Hooper, 
Stan Bumgarner, Slar.' Anne Troutman, Sue Grape, Kathy Fritz. 





N.E.A.: First Roxv: Marsha Keller, Linda Weaver, Jane Rimmer, Sarah Rink, 
Nat NoelJ, Sue Ramsey, Jane Arndt. Secoud Row: Diana Ross, Judy Hawkins, 
Donna Blankinship, Judy Rufty, Sandra Fritz, Anne Trott, June Hollar. Third 
Row: Nanci Hoover, Ann Marie Shipton, Marianne Howard, Connie Brown, 
Mar>- Ehrensperger, Margaret Huss. Jamie Beck, Judy Lentz, Jane Nichols, Bar- 
bara Bollinger. Fourth Row: Sue Grape, Janice Gaston, Rachel Teague, Pat Hall, 
Sarah Willis, Elaine BoHck, Brenda Link, Sue Ramsey. Martha Yarbrough, 
Porter Stallings, Amy Buffaloe, B. J. Lanning, Don WTiitener, Ron Eckard. 



Radio Staff: Seated: Dave Hardy. Standing: Tommy Ha\Taaer, Alice Bum- 
gamer, Lou Anne Turpin, Bn Wessell, Don Simmons, Charles Grouse. 




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ASSOCIATION OF 
CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 

Emphasizing profession, practice, ideals, 
and child welfare, the Association for Child- 
hood Education stri\'es to acquaint elementary 
education majors with the many facets of pro- 
fessional education. Organized at Lenoir 
Rhyne in April of 1946, the association con- 
tinues to participate in such activities as a 
Freshman tea, homecoming entry, State con- 
vention, seasonal projects for special education 
classes, orphanage donations, and the spring 
tea for practice teachers and their cooperating 
teachers. 



A.C.E.: First Row: Sandy Wiles, St. Andreiv's Weeliday Church School Class. Second Row: 
Elaine Le\-poldt, Barbara Roock, Judy Heavner, Peggy Taylor, Jeanne Smith, Jean Kluttz, 
Carol Brown, Nancy Fritz, W'anda Huss, Sandra Farnsworth, Sarah Barrett, Bettj- Jane 
Beatty, Camelia Jarrett, Janice Brawley. Third Row: Dianne Bumgarner. Sue Byrd. Kay 
Krimminger, Linda Sloan, Ann Byers, Coleen Sigmon, Ruth Creel, Linda Anderson, Barbara 
Meiers, Sherry Brown, Jane Lucas, Susan Cline, Sue Troutman, Jean Conrad, Barbara Rudisill, 
Alice Whitener, Larry Crouch, Charles Shook, Susan Henderson. 




German Club: First Row: Professor Keller, Wayne Punch, Hans Heymann, John Gibbs, 
Martha Hunt. Secoud Row: Susan Brooks, Charles Dryer, Kennetha Fr>e, Jack Wray, Neil 
Pruette, Bo Wessell, Jim Riley. 




S.N.A.: First Koir: Sharon Baker, Loretta Hooker. Kay York, Elsie Mertes, Rosa Trent, 
Sherry Davis, Linda Shutt, Janet \\'atson, Judy Carter, Sue Smith, Nancy Luper, Diana 
Bishop, Linda Hege, Barbara Chandler, Faith .Anderson. Second Row: Paula Gibson, Donna 
Willis. Linda Parker, Brenda Beatty, Martha Petering. Linda York, Martha McDougal. Judy 
Tuller, Linda \A'illiams, Mar^' Jo Sloan, Ann Hombuckle. Third Row: Linda Hester, Jencie 
CVdlins, Irene McAtee, Rusty Barbee, Frankie Duncan, Lib Coins, Jo -Ann Carter, Jane West, 
Cindi lobst, Carol Clark, Pam Schnaufer, Linda Ward, Sylvia Flarmon, 



GERMAN CLUB 

The German Club stri\es to develop among 
students an interest in Germany, its language, 
and its culture. The club is a relatively new 
organization begun in the fall of 1964, at 
which time the sixteen charter members 
adopted the Constitution. The club's program 
deals mainly with the cultural aspects of Ger- 
many—Germany past and present. Through 
its program and acti\'ities, the club stri-\'es to 
promote "Peace through a better understand- 



STUDENT NURSES 
ASSOCIATION 

The Student iXurses Association is a nation- 
al organization for those enrolled in a pro- 
fessional school of nursing. The primary 
purpose is to orient the student to the role 
she will play as a graduate and registered 
nurse. Bi-monthly meetings v\Tth other dis- 
trict schools are held. A variety of programs 
are presented to further interest and knowl- 
edge of the nursing profession. 



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PLAYMAKERS 




Trying Out: Trudy Allen and Bo Wessell. Seated: Tom Havnaer, Linda Hester, Joan Glass, Doug Everhart, Carol Granchi, Richard 
Nininger, Kathy Rhoads, Irene McAtee, Jane Rimmer, Katie Harris, Susan Cline. Standing: Bill Gerow, Mike Frye, John Andrews, 
Jane Nichols, Bette Cromer, Jane Carter, Bobby Holt. 



1965 AWARDS 

Savannah Scarborough Best Actress 

Steve Duncan Best Actor 

Steve Duncan Best Supporting Actor 

Dorothy Stinnett Best Supporting Actress 
Bo Wessell . Outstanding Playmaker Award 
Bo Wessell ... E. J. Sox Playmaker Award 




Luisa (Carole Granchi) and Matt (Jim Thomas) pla>- the children 
who are in love in the musical, "The Fantasticks." 




"The rape Venetian needs a blue lagoon," sings El Gallo (Tom Havnaer) to Bellamy (Mike 
Frye) and Huckleby (Terry Pitts) during the "Rape Ballet" from "The Fantasticks." 



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Best noted for his death scenes, Dick \'\'addell pla>-s Morti- 
mer, the Indian with a cockney accent in "The Fantas- 
ticks." 



Two old ladies (Nancy Hough and Deanna DaWs) decide to relieve mankind of 
misery with poison to the consternation of Walter Freed and Ron Eckard. 



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A theme of brotherhood is presented in the Fine Arts presentation, "Look 
Homeward, Angel." through the characters of Eugene (Doug Everhart) 
and Ben (Mike Frye). 



Mr. Sam Baker, Director, and Mr. Richard Zim- 
merman, Technical Director, exemplify their 
personalities to the student body. 



The Lenoir Rhyne College Playmakers were organized in 1926 under 
the direction of Mrs. Pearl Setzer Deal. During the early years of the 
organization many classics were presented for the school and public, and 
contests and productions of new plays were held annually. After the forty 
years that ha\'e passed, the Playmakers still attempt to present challenging 
work for their actors, technicians, and audiences. Tliis year the season 
opened with the ever-delightful comedy "Arsenic and Old Lace" by Joseph 
Kesselring. The winter season welcomed the experimental musical "The 
Fantasticks," which featured such songs as 'Try to Remember," and "Soon 
It's Gonna Rain." The Fine Arts Festival in March brought the challeng- 
ing "Look Homeward, Angel," popular North Carolina no\el of Thomas 
Wolfe, adapted by Ketti Frings for the stage. As its final production of the 
year the Playmakers ga\'e a special 75th Anniversary program for the May 
meeting of the North Carolina Lutheran Synod. 




Make-up transforms Richard Xininger 
into a character of faint resemblance to 
Boris Karlotf in "Arsenic and Old 
Lace." 



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CAMPUS GUIDES 

Orientation of the Freshman Class is 
made possible through Campus Guides 
answering questions, conducting tours, 
helping with registration, sponsoring pic- 
nics, guiding skits, and above all disclos- 
ing a genuine welcome. This group of 
upperclassmen are chosen to represent all 
facets of college life and recei\'e weekly 
spring training for their fall duty of intro- 
ducing Lenoir Rhyne and the Freshman 
Class to each other. 





Pam Peer and Mickey Tayk 
Co-Directms 



First rorv: Pam Peer, Mickey Taylor, Co-Directors. Second row: Terry 
Granger, John Sieverts, Sarah Barrett. Third row. Sue G'Segner, Judy Kluttz. 
ffmrtlt row. Sandy Sharpe, Steve Beaver, Peggy Taylor, Bill Gerrovv. Fifth 
inw: Bob Coon. Tommy Fogle. Sixth row. Sandy Wiles, Bob Beaver, Dick 
Campbell, Betsy Hea\'ner. Seventh row. Paul Cooper, Kay Krimminger, 
Mary Jo Bangle, \'ickie Vasgaard. Sissie Current. Eightli row. Pat Friday. 
Steve Bowman. Ninth row: Jim Riley, Brenda HofFner, Amy BufFaloe, 
George Lentz. Tenth row: Ed Gratzick. Katie Harris. Eh'venth roir: Libby 
Lee, Larr}' Wilson, Martha Smith, Reed Barnes. Twelfth row: Terry Teague, 
Barry Johnson, Beckj' Cromer, Linda Schladensky. 

"Campus Guides remain our friends through all this!" 






Terri Ross, Co-Chief 



Judy Kluttz, Co-Chief 



CHEERLEADERS 

"Who ya gonna yell for? . . . L.R.C." 
Who leads the yells? Cheerleaders. Pep 
rallies, snake dances, blazing bonfires, and 
student cheering sections are all a part of 
the spirit program instigated by the Cheer- 
leaders and Joe Bear. Without them the 
football and basketball stands are dead, 
but with them the crowd becomes a part 
of the game, a part of the final score. 




First Row: Pam Teague, Vicki Tysor, Jill Shrum. Secumi Roiv: Beth Petrich, Kathy Lipscomt, Nancy Rollins. 



Terry Pitts and Charles Crouse, Joe Bears. 



"G-o-o-o-o-o Bears, Beat . . ." 







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DISTINCTION 

We have become involved 
in the rhythm of college life. 

We have been driven 
to give of our best- 
no matter the activity. 

We have worked for perfection. 

We have received 

the personal gratification 
of the job well done. 

But the public honor 
we have given to a few: 
to them, DISTINCTION. 





"What hath this day deserved? 
What hath it done 
That it in golden letters should 

he set 
Among the high tides in the 

calendar?" 

William Shakespeare 




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HONORARY FRATERNITIES 




Chi Beta Phi: First Row: Virginia Stamey^ Frankie Mauney, Gave Setzler, Jane Arndt. Second Roiv: Janet Peace, Allen Bouknight. Prof. 
Blackburn, Dr. Chou, Dr. Sink, Christa Janz. Third Row; Chuck Boger, Brenda Herman, Larry Saine, Tommy Williams, Keith Briggs, Wayne 
Punch, Harrison Burns, Bob Floyle, Mr. Jerry Bolick, Hans Heymann, Dr. Cooke. Not Pictured: Bob Baesman, Prof. Binkley, Dr. Deans, Alix 
Freed, Mr. William Fryar, Mrs. Virginia Hawn, Libby Lee, Harold Lutz, Prof. Tuttle. 




CHI BETA PHI 



Alfjia Pbl OMt(,A: Kcdi Hckarcl, .Mr. Rich;iT(.i Zininicrman, Bo Wessell, 
Prof. Sam Baker, Bob Baesman. 



Chi Beta Phi is a national honorary scholastic and scien- 
tific fraternity. The Alpha Beta Chapter at Lenoir Rhyne 
was founded within the past fifteen years. It gives recog- 
nition to outstanding students in the fields of math, physics, 
chemistry, biology, and earth sciences and promotes interest 
in science. HighHghts of this year's activities were talks of 
a scientific nature by well-known personalities in the area, 
induction of new members, the Homecoming entry, and the 
Science Key Award. 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 



Alpha Psi Omega, chartered at Lenoir Rhyne in 1930, 
is the national dramatic fraternity which honors those 
Playmakers who have given many hours of outstanding 
v\'ork on Playmaker productions. Alpha Psi has sponsored 
discussions of varied theatre activities and has presented 
exhibitions of technical work. 



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Mu Sigma Epsilon: I ivsi /l.ni . .\li\ 1 ivfd. Miss Barbara Allran, Christa Janz, Brenda HerniLin, Miss Miibel 
Aderholdt, Miss Aileen AderhoLdt. Second Row: Dr. Robin Gat wood. Prof. G. R. Patterson, Prof. George 
McCreary, Dr. Walter Nau. Dr. Hans Heymann, Dr. Roy Ullman, Dale Hilton, Dr. Wade Hook, Dr. 
Lester Keasey. Not Pictured: Prof. William Brandon, Dr. Voigt Cromer, Dr. Clyde Deans. Dr. H. R. 
Greenholt, Prof. Kenneth Lee, Miss Thelma Rast, Dr. Dorus Rudisill, Dr. Edwin Setzler. Dr. Bill Shuford, 
■Miss Helen Stabler, Dr. Bill Weaver. 



Iota Epsilon Omega: Sitting: Kathy Rhoads, Joanne Schwalm, Linda Burgin. Stmiding: 
George Lentz, Elaine Leypoldt, Mickey Taylor, Charles Grouse, Becky Cromer, Reed Barnes, 
Phyllis Moffitt, Hans He>mann, Nancy Chambers, Christa Janz. Not Pictured: Jeanne Coles, 
Doris Dixon. Bobby Dunlap, Alix Freed, Marianne Howard, Ron Leonard, Peggy Taylor. 




MU SIGMA EPSILON 

Founded within the last fifteen years, Mu Sigma 
Epsilon honorary scholastic fraternity draws its 
members from the faculty and from students with 
an average of ninety or ahove. Members are elected 
by a four-fifths \-ote of the fraternity. Being a 
scholastic organization, Mu Sigma Epsilon inspires 
and recognizes scholarly achievement in the liberal 
arts. 



IOTA 

EPSILON OMEGA 

The successor to a national honorary journalistic 
fraternity, lota Epsilon Omega local fraternity has 
been recognizing outstanding contributors to cam- 
pus publications since 1934. Programs concerning 
recent ad\ancements in the printing field spur 
journalistic quality in the Hacaw.\ and Lenoir 
Rhyiii'nii. Editors for the campus yearbook and 
newspaper are nominated by the members of Iota 
Epsilon Omega. The fraternity annually sponsors 
the Miss Lenoir Rhyne election and presentation. 



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Dale Barry Basinger — for athletic 
and scholastic achievement. 



WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS 

IN AMERICAN 

UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 




James Henry Bangle— Im participation in student 
oovernment. 





Keith Andrew Briggs— for scholastic 
leadership in science. 





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David iVIark Cooper— for leadership in 
student government. 



Rebecca Ruth Cromer— for leadership in journalism and 
academics. 



Charles Lee Grouse- for numerous organizational activities. 



Ann Baker Edwards— for leadership in 
student go\'ernment and Greek acti\-ities 



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Alix Ann Freed— for academic excellence and contributions 
in the field of journalism. 



Marianne Howard— for participation in journal 
ism and organizational activities. 




Judy Rae Kluttz— for program board 
leadership and campus spirit. 

Elaine Edythe Le\i»ldt— for participa- 
tion in general campus and Greek ac- 






Margaret Lee Lambie— for leadership 
in Greek activities. 



George Ray Lentz— for program board 
leadership and contributions to campus 
publications. 



Neill Roderick JNIcGeachy, Jr.— for achievements in sports. 







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WHO'S WHO AMONG 
STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 





Phyllis Bruce Moffitt— for leadership in 
journalism and Greek activities. 



Frieda Lillie Nordman— for class leadership 
and varied campus activities. 






James Roy Quails— for Greek leadership and athletic 
participation. 



James Dinges Riley. Jr.— for leadership 
in student government. 



John Tucker Robinson, Jr. — for pro- 
gram board leadership. 




Carol Lynn (Tttnj Ross— for promo- 
tion of school spirit and contributions 
to campus religious life. 




Lottie Huffman Swink— for leadership 
in promoting academic excellence. 




Michael Lloyle Ta\'lor— for leadership in the Campus Guide 
Xerogram and participation in varied campus activities. 



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Wayne Bell— Football All-Conference, All-District, Second Team Lutheran Ail- 
American; Earl Lingafelt— Football All-Conference; Ed Juyner— Football All-Con- 
ference, All-District, All-State; Jim Sigmon— Football All-Conference. » 

Eric Vivian— Football All-Conference; Herb Artega 
—Football All-Conference, All-District. Nof piclnrerf: 
Neil JMcGeachy- All-Conference, All-District, First 
Team Lutheran Ail-American. 



Hanlev Painter— Carolinas Conference Coach of the 
Year. 




Sam Holcombe— Track All-Conference. 





Ed Walke— Football All-Conference; Henry Graham- 
Football All-Conference; Larry Helms— Football All-Con- 
ference, All-District. 




ATHLETIC HONOR MEN 



R. D. Carson— Basketball All-Conference. 




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OCTOBER: Pam Peer 

Mickey Taylor 




iNOVEMBER: Fritz Nordman 
John Robinson 




DECEMBER: Kathy Rhoads 
George Lentz 



JANUARY: Terri Ross 

Charles Edwards 




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FEBRUARY: Phyllis Moffitt 
Jim Riley 



MARCH: Becky Cromer 
John Davis 




STUDENTS 

OF 

THE MONTH 



The Students of the Month are 
chosen by the Lenoir Rhynean on 
the basis of their contributions to the 
campus as a whole. 




APRIL: Judy Kluttz 
Mark Cooper 




MAY: Ellen Enders 
Larr\- Wilson 



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BEST 

ALL 

AROUND 



juDY Kluttz and Mark Cooper 

-selected hy the Senior Class ns Best All Arouni 




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GRADUATION MARSHALS 




First Row: Kathy Fritz, Jane Arndt, Becky Cromer, Brenda Herman, Paula Ritchie, and Patsy Herman. Secuini Ro\i-. Bub 
Coon, Wayne Punch, Wayne Yoder, Robert Hoyle, and Tommy Fogle. 




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Graduation Marshals are named in the 
spring for ha\ing attained the highest cumu- 
lative grade point averages in their respective 
classes. Assisting with June graduation exer- 
cises, they recei\'e recognition for academic 
excellence. 



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AIiss Lenoir Rhyne 




Miss Judy Kluttz 








Miss Terri Ross 



Homecoming Queen 



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Miss Lee Lambie 



May Q 



ueen 




70 



Maid of Honor 





Miss Jeannie Smith 




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Miss Vicki Tysor 
Sophomore Attendant 



May Court 



Miss Pam Peer 
junior Attendant 




Miss Sajndra Jetton 
Commercial Attendant 




Miss Tonda Turner 
Freshman Attendant 




Miss Barbara Rice 

Senior Attendant 




Miss Sally Alexaistder 

Sophomore Attendant 



Miss Judy R^vder 
Commercial Attendant 





Miss Rickie Furr 
Junior Attendant 



Miss Peggy Eckard 
Freshman Attendant 




Miss Amy Buffaloe 
Senior Attendant 




COMPETITION 

We are a mind; we are a body. 
The mind leads the body, 

but without the body 

there is nothing to guide. 
The connection is personified 

on hardwood courts, 

on grassy gridirons, 

on dusty diamonds, 

on trodden tracks. 
As spectators 

we sense the excitement; 
As participants 

we experience the discipHne. 
Together we strive for victory. 
Together we gain 

a sense of accomphshment, 

a sense of sportsmanship 

through COMPETITION. 





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"The significance of man is not 
in what he attains, hut rather 
in what he longs to attain." 

Kahlil Gibran 




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FOOTBALL 



Benfield, Dave Elder. Fifth row. Martin AleQueen H^lt Stasa kh FH wX ^? H If r l'"^' ,P''^'§^ ^^'''^^' J™ '^'^^k, Jim 




It was the best of seasons, and the season 
of the worst defeat, it was the season of hght 
and the season of darkness, it was the season 
of hope and the season of despair, and for 
the Mountain Bears it was the season which 
started slowly and picked up speed all the 
wav to the finish line. 





Coach Hanley Painter 




Henry Graham, Captain, and Eddie Grissom. Alternate Captain. 



Receiving the kick-off, winghack Charlie Heye seciireJv 
grasps the haU in hopes of a long run dotvnfield. 



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L. R. C. 
27 
35 

3 
23 
20 
14 
21 


20 
35 



FOOTBALL SCORES 

Opponents 

WofFoi-d 35 

Presbyterian 14 

Newberry 

Appalachian 6 

Frederick 27 

Western Carolina 13 

Carson-Newman 12 

East Carolina 44 

Elon 6 

Catawba 7 




Freshvtan Frank Moseley shares 
the tension of the game as the 
Bears move downfiehl to add an- 
other TD to the score. 



Wayne Bell, first string fidlhack, moves for 
a short gain while facing a wall of blockers. 




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Herb Artega makes a last minute attempt to stop oppusitiuii. 




Saiu Holcomhe, hall in hand and receiver in inexv, prepares 
to heave the long homh downjield. 



For everyone it was a season of "Dare you" 
action, but the Bruins made it stick. Quick kicks, 
end sweeps, long bombs, and plain, simple "sock 
em" football were the order of the day for Hanley 
Painter's strong young charges. The way they 
played kept everyone up in his seat and wishing 
for "One more game." It was a long journey and 
many battles before the last bastion was conquered, 
but the young grizzlies clawed and fought their 
way, gaining strength from giving strength until 
the wars were over and the championship garland 
was placed on the brow of its new inheritors. 





Showing the "Bear" spirit, the Bruin defenders move quickly to stop a fast approaching 
Newherry hack. 



Charlie Heye kicks the hall, put- 
ting hoth the pigskin and the 
Bears into action. 




Roy Forehand utilizes both size and strength us lie stops the uppo- 
sitiou with a crushing tackle. 



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Coach Coruwell observes Bears Eric \ ivian and David Elder as they practice their blociiiug for an approaching game. 




Eric Vivian waits for a quick snap from center. 



Catching the defense off halance, Sam Holcomhe hastily 
drops hack and quick kicks to gain yardage for the Bears. 





Mike Caviphell turns the tide of motion as he sweeps downfieJd to add six points 
to the score of the fighting Bears. 





Both the spectators and the players wait tcm-ci] ,i> the Bears drive for 
a touchdown in the Wofford game. 



Center Larry Helms moves quickly to throw the 
runner for a Joss of yardage. 



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Left to right: Steve Holleman, R. D. Carson, David Wells, Aubrey Cochran, Roger Kinsey, 
Mark LaMoreaux, Gerald Mills, Bill Davis, Dale Basinger, Rich Hardy. 




Time-out brings the team to the bench for a conference \vith Coach 
Lucke. 



BASKETBALL 




Sophomore David Wells dribbles the ball search- 
ing for a possible break thwiigli to the basket. 



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R. D. Carson jumps high to score for the 
Bears. 



This year's edition of the Bruin basketball team 
enjoyed some genuine high points in compiling a 
break-even 14-14 record. Among the Bears' accom- 
plishments were a six point win over conference 
champion High Point; an eight point victory over 
Guilford, who later took the NAIA title; an 82-74 
victory over arch-rival Appalachian; and a con\inc- 
ing 108-70 trouncing of Atlantic Christian. 




Coach Ed Lucke 




K. D. Carson is interviewed after phiyiiii^ an out- 
standing game for the Bears. 




Auhrey Cochran snakes a quick stop to confuse liis New- 
herry opponent and change his course. 



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Aubrey Cochran drives in for a lay^ip. 

Steve Holleviau keeps his eyes on the hall as he 
moves in for the shot. 



Towering over his opponents, Bill Davis adds two points 
to the score. 



BASKETBALL SCORES 



R. 


C. 


Opponents 


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Guilford 


100 


81 


PfeiflFer 


71 


57 


Newberry 


58 


74 


East Carolina 


90 


89 


Atlantic Christian 


77 


58 


Elon 


61 


70 


Presbyterian 


62 


70 


WofFord 


81 


78 


Chattanooga 


54 


68 


Georgetown 


75 


82 


Georgia Southern 


85 


87 


Chattanooga 


84 


88 


Western Carolina 


98 


82 


Appalachian 


74 


84 


Presbyterian 


72 


88 


Catawba 


84 


108 


Atlantic Christian 


70 


62 


East Carolina 


60 


81 


Western Carolina 


87 


72 


Appalachian 


78 


76 


Newberry 


58 


84 


High Point 


86 


75 


PfeifFer 


76 


75 


Catawba 


73 


79 


Guilford 


71 


62 


Elon 


77 


68 


Migh Point 


62 


64 


Appalachian 


75 




(Conference Tournament) 



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Mark LaMoreaux takes advantage of his height as he towers 
over his opponents to up the score. 



Rich Hardy tries to keep his Atlantic Christian opponent 
from gaining control of the hall. 




Mark LaMoreaux du 



le court as he goes up for two. 



With four of the Bears' fi\'e starters averaging 
in double figures, Coach Ed Locke achieved on.^ 
of his major goals— scoring balance. All-Cen 
ference guard R. D. Carson led the Bruin scor- 
ing parade, posting a 20.7 point average. Out 
standing in the Bears' attempts to control the 
boards were LaMoreaux and Cochran, boasting 
9.1 and 8.4 rebound averages. 



The Bears dipped in and out of the NAL-\ 
statistics race in the field goal percentage cate- 
gory all season, finishing with 49.2 per cent 
accuracy, \^'e]ls paced the Bears, shooting 54.2 
per cent of his attempts from the floor. The High 
Point win sent the Bears into the tournament 
favored as the upset team of the league, but 
Appalachian stopped the Bears in the first 
round, 75-64. 




First roil': Bokey Wright, Gene Icenhour, David Matheny, 
Claude Brewer, Tommy Bengston, George Truesdail, Terry 



Skinner. Second row: Coach Cornwell, Larry Helms, Kenny 
Sides, Dale Basinger, Barry Gibson, Ken Morrison, Dale Baucom. 




Bokey Wright waits for the next pitch in hopes that it will he 
a strilie. 



BASEBALL 




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The Bears wait and watch as action takes place on the 
dusty diamond. 







The 1965 Lenoir Rhyne Bears Baseball team met 
a season of defeat. The diamond men started quick- 
ly with four conference wins, but faltered to an 
8-10 mark as the diamond action came to a close. 

Senior Tom Brown led the line-up as he batted 
.343 for the Bears coached by Walter Cornwell. 
He earned a spot on the All-Conference team as 
a utility infielder. Pitchers Mike Lackey and Barry 
Gibson did the major work load for the Bears carry- 
ing marks of 4-3 and 3-3, respectively for the 
season. 

Although there were few truly eventful happen- 
ings in the season, the Bears held a high position 
in the Conference. 




Coach Walter Cornwell 



Larry ilcliiis tics the score with one crnshiiiii blow. 




Dale Basiiigcr checks the posiliuii oj the first hasciitaii before dclivcriui^ a strike. 



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Front row. Tommy Fogle, Glenn Morrison, Jim 
Taudte, Sammj' Holcombe, Neil McGeachy. Second 



row: Calvin Dull, Richard Hardy, Bill Davis, Holly 
Miller, Coach Punch. 



Coach Noeman Punch 



TRACK 



The thinclads of Lenoir Rhyne once 
again ranked among the top in the Caro- 
hna's Conference. The season was high- 
hghted by impressive showings at the 
Davidson Relays, the District NAIA and 
the track meet for the CaroHnas' Confer- 
ence. 

Although the Catawba cindermen won 
the top spot in the conference, the Bears 
managed to establish three of four new 
records in the Conference Track Meet. 
These were set by: Sam Holcombe, 100- 
yard dash in 9.7 seconds; Wayne Bell, a 
record shot put of 46 feet, lP/4 inches; and 
Glenn Morrison with a pole vault of 13 
feet. 

Richard Hardy, Winston Wine, Fred 
Crump, and Mike Campbell proved to be 
outstanding distant runners; while Glenn 
Dawson showed accomplishment with his 
technique of the javelin. Thinclad Richard 
Swink was an outstanding hurdler and Bill 
Davis brought pride to the Bears with his 
accomplished high jumping. 






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Wayne Belle makes use of each muscle for a siiccessfitl throw of 
the shot put. 





Mike Caniphell smoothly siviiigs his body 
high and far as he vaults the crossbar. 



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At the sound of the gim, Sam Holcombe sprints aivay for the 
100-yard dash. 



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INTRAMURALS 

Under the direction of Dr. and Mrs. Lucke, 
with the help of students, Lenoir Rhyne has 
an extensive Intramural program. For participa- 
tion and victory in football, baseball, Softball, 
track, pool, chess, checkers, volleyball, foul 
shooting, and ping pong points are given. A 
team trophy and individual trophy are awarded 
at the end of the year on the basis of the point 
system. The 1965 individual champions were 
Brenda Campbell and Jim Edwards. 




liitranLurals offer an opportunity for prac- 
tice as well as participation. 





huraimirals are fun, hut some- 
tivwi painful. 



Girls forget about neat hairdos as they seek control of the hall. 




Terry Evans practices his shooting for an all im- 
portant tournament. 




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The guys help the gals hy serv- 
ing as referees for the games. 



Women's Athletic Association: Linda Schladensky, Judy Hawkins, Barbara Bollinger, Judy 
Barber, Mrs. Lucke, B. J. Lanning, Frances Brawley, Beth Petrich, Pam Peer, Janice Heame, 
Peggy Kiser, Brenda Roever, Jane Lehmons. 




"Don't get hacked; it's only a game." 




Although not official L.R. Bears, 
many guys show good form on the 
court. 



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ASSOCIATION 

We cannot call this OUR year 

and think of self alone. 
We go to classes, to dances, 

to lectures, toballgames. 
We sit around TV's, 

crowd the Snack Bar, 

pass an hour in the Center, 

even visit the library. 
We have our sisters, 

our brothers, 

our bridge games, 

our phone calls. 
We do not live unto ourselves; 

the world was not 

made for one. 
Meaning is given 

through ASSCX3IATI0NS. 










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en|oying 




CARL A. RU31S!LL LIBRARY 
LEi\IO!R-R;-lYr:E COLLEGE 







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through Greeks 









Diana Groce 
Vice-President 



Jeanne Coles 
President 



PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 



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Alice Dagenhakt 
Treasurer 



Elaine Leypoldt 
Secretary 




Council iMlmdhiis: S>'bil Alorgiin, Terri Teague, Vicki Tysor, Sarah 
Barrett. 



New Greeks, old Greeks, all Greeks enjoy the Presentation Ball. 



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Songs of love, spring, Greeks— Step-Singl 



Panhellenic is derived from two Greek 
words, "Pan'' meaning "all," and "Hellenic" 
meaning "Greek." Thus, Panhellenic has 
come to mean an organization of all Greek- 
letter sororities for women. The Panhell- 
enic Council is composed of two delegates 
from each of the four national sororities on 
campus. Maintaining and strengthening 
high fraternity ideals and interfraternity 
relationships is the purpose that guides all 
the duties and activities of the Panhellenic 
Council. 





Faces, ideas, displays— Rush! 




Council MEisrBERS: First Row: Joe Cadwallader, Steve Yount, David 
Sparks, Bill Gerrow, Ed Gratzick. Second PiOW. Eddie Svvitzer, Robert 
Lineberger, George Coles, Steve Lieb, Ron Leonard. 



The Interfraternity Council is estab- 
lished for the perpetuation of understand- 
ing and good fellowship among the fra- 
ternities on the college campus. It hears 
evidence concerning infractions of regula- 
tions governing fraternity activities. Above 
all, the Council attempts to promote a 
cooperati^'e spirit among all its members. 



INTERFRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 



Jim Qualls 
President 






George Lentz 

Secretary-Treasurer 



Bob Beaver 
\'ice-Presideiit 



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"How does a cotton hall sit? 



Aiken 

Beck 

Bostian 

Brovhill 



Hoover 

Reiser 

Ketchie 

Lin°ertelt 



McKenzie 

Maunev 

Powell 

Propst 



Rainc 

Piobinson 

Rountree 

Russell 



Shell 

Shepard 

Spencer 

Turner 





Jeanne Smith President 

Peggy Taylor Vice-President 

Doris Hoyle Secretary 

Carolyn Whitley Treasurer 



Steve Lieb and Steve Beaver 
Big Brothers of Delta Zeta 



As the year begins we are as a bud, but each 
petal watered and warmed with love and under- 
standing brings new freshness and life by blos- 
soming into maturity. This year twenty new 
petals added a new fragrance. Unfolding the 
petais, one finds within . . . Step-Sing . . . 
Theta Chi Dream Girl . . . TKE Sweetheart . . . 
SPE Pledge Sweetheart . . . Freshman class his- 
torian . . . six cheerleaders . . . flowers for 
Homecoming . . . Who's Who . . . steak dinner 
for pledges . . . Mrs. Parkinson, CCD . . . 
faculty Coke party . . . majorette . . . member 
of Board of Governors . . . gifts to needy family 
. . . party for deaf children . . . Faye AUred 
Burton, National Award . . . Mrs. Friday's in- 
itiation . . . Maid of Honor . . . May Court at- 
tendants . . . Banquet at Moose Lodge . . . trip 
to O.D. . . . Here the memories are kept within 
the petals. Once in a while the wind blows, but 
the petals cling together. 



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Men 

Barger 

Bost 



DELTA ZETA 



Zeta Xi Chapter 






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Pledges spread Homecoming spirit through Hickory. 










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Carter 

Chandler 

Craig 

Crane 

Enders 

Friday, B. 

Friday, P. 



Ginader 

Groce 

Harris 

Hearne 

Hoover 

Hopkins 

Houser 



Hoyle 

Isenhower 

Lee 

Petrich 

Rochelle 

Rogers 

Rollins 



Ruth 

Shrum 

Smith. J. 

Smith, M. 

Steele 

Taylor 

Tvsor 



Jeanne Smith 
President 





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Austin 


Blackburn 


Bro\\ii 


Clarke 


Cline 


Eagle 


HaU 


Hefner 


Hooper 


Keith 


MacWilliam 


McClellan 


Oates 


Robertson 


Rodgers 


Ross 


Smith 


Tompkins 



Lee Lambie President 

Sally Osborn Vice-President 

Sandra Sharpe Secretary 

Gloria X^'agner Treasurer 





Lee Lambie 
President 



"I thought making shakers would he easy!' 




KD and LR goals go together. 



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jVIaeTIN jVIcQuEEN AND Ed GrATZICK 

Big Brothers of Kappa Delta 



KAPPA DELTA 



Gamma Chi Chapter 



A look upward ... a landmark of growth . . . 
Kappa Delta 1966 . . . pledging days . . . Co- 
director Campus Guides . . . Secretary of Student 
Go\'ernment . . . Homecoming Queen . . . float 
trophy . . . cheerleaders . . . Students of the Month 
. . . ^'isits to the Lutheran Home . . . Hacawa 
Business Manager . . . chairman of Fine Arts Com- 
mittee . . . May Day Co-director . . . Sweetheart 
of SPE . . . shakers for ball game . . . majorette 
. . . Miss Lenoir Rhyne . . . Freshman class secre- 
tary . . . four made Who's Who . . . Senior class 
secretary . . . pledge shoe shine . . . May Day 
attendants . . . May Queen . . . skiing party . . . 
White Rose Week . . . and Liitiation . . . Our 
diamond goals are enduring ones . . . the warmth 
of friendship ever present . . . the star we sought 
at last in sight . . . the star of truth. 




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Alexander 

Barber 

Blaclcwelder 

Current 

Furr 

G'Segner 

Kanov 



Keller 

Kluttz 

Lambie 

Levpoldt 

Marsh 

Osborn 

Peer 





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Ware 
Wine 
Yount 



Rice 

Ross 

Sharpe 

Starnes 

Teague 

Triplette 

Wagner 



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SIGMA KAPPA 

Epsilon Alpha Chapter 

B. J. Lanning President 

Emilia Buffaloe Vice-President 

Vicld Rudisill Secretary 

Wanda Huss Treasurer 




ii. J. LaiXM.no 
President 



AUen 

Allran 

Baesman 

Barnes 

Barrett 

BufiFaloe 

Carpenter 







Casper 

Chambers 

Clopper 

Coles 

Cromer 

Edwards 

Farris 



Freed 

Fritz 

Gilroy 

Granger 

Helsley 

Hornbuclde 

Huss 



Ketner 

Kluttz 
Lanning 
McLean 

Moffitt 
Rudisill 

Tuller 




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Dick CAMPBtLL am) John Sieverts 
Big Brothers of Sigma Kappa 





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"Aiitiie" niifj /ler troupe entertain rushees. 



Anderson Barker Barnes 

Keller Ketchings JMaynard 



Clark 

Metts 



Furr 

Muller 



From the majesty of the boundless ocean depths 
comes the purity and simplicity of the pearl. With 
a grain of sand, a fleck of pain, the jewel forms— 
slowly, carefully, layer by layer. So Sigma Kappa 
grows. There are numerous faces of growth, of 
beauty . . . three Who's Who . . . Dean of Students' 
Scholastic Award . . . Panhellenic President . . . 
Hacawa Co-Editors . . . two Students of the Month 
. . . 75th Diamond Jubilee . . . Rush . . . visit by 
our traveling secretary . . . old folks' home projects 
. . . purple octopi . . . Civitan fruit cake sale . . . 
helping with Goodyear's Grand Opening . . . 
Christmas combo party . . . pledge tea . . . May 
Day attendant . . . these add the new lustre to the 
growing, living pearl. 




Smiles for tlie Hotnecoiiiing parade. 



Gillespie Heacock Hea\Tier, B. Heavner, M. Houser 

Sporer Taylor Trott Yerton 




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Briggs 

Brown 

Carpenter 

Conrad 




Dagenhart 

Dorton 

Dunker 

Ketner 




ZETA 

TAU ALPHA 

Delta Omicron Chapter 



Mauney 

Morgan 

Peace 

Sanders 




Sockwell 

Ulsh 

Wilson 

Wright 






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Sue Ketner 
President 




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"Gettitig to know you 



The bond of enduring sisterhood grew this year 
in Delta Omicron. The chaos of rush terminating 
with nineteen pledges . . . class secretary . . . class 
chaplains . . . cheerleader . . . pledge sweetheart 
. . . girls on House Council 
Lodge . . . Halloween party 
Initiation and Zeta Week ... 
Day . . . weekend at O.D. . . . The candle grows 
short, but the warmth of sisterhood becomes 
stronger with another year. 



Parties at Zeta 
serenades 
Step-Sing . . . May 



Sue Ketner President 

Betty Sanders Vice-President 

Sherry Brown Secretary 

Jean Conrad Treasurer 





"They'll know how we stand.' 



Steve LaShay and David Misenheimer 
Big Brotliers of Zeta Tau Alpha 





Gibson 

Greene 

Herman 

Hollar 

Huss 

Johnson 



Ketner 

McAtee 

Martin 

Miller 

Rink 

Shipton 



Collins, A. 

Collins, J. 

Christie 

Dameron 

Dixon 

Eckard 

Fritz 



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A year of continued success for the Lenoir Rhyne 
Sig Eps in 1965-66 . . . Winner of the Homecom- 
ing float award . . . trophy for outstanding campus 
display . . . sweetheart . . . queen attendants . . . 
pledge class Christmas party for faculty children 
. . . pledge class victory in Keg Bowl . . . two in 
Who's Who . . . Assistant Editor and Circulation 
Manager of the Lenoir Rhynean . . . serenades . . . 
pledge class sweetheart . . . second place in football 
intramurals . . . Chairman of Homecoming . . . Stu- 
dent of the Month . . . Co-chairmen of Spring 
Festival Week-end . . . leading roles in Playmaker 
productions . . . parties at Alamo . . . Sig Ep Ball 
. . . beach excursion . . . President of Iota Epsilon 
Omega . . . forming of a Sig Ep Cabinet . . . Pro- 
gram Board members . . . The scholastic and social 
character of the Sig Eps was exemplified by the 
year's activities. 




Elaine Yount 
Siveetlieart of Sigma Phi Epsilon 



Robert Lineberger President 

George Lentz Vice-President 

Steve Bowman Secretary 

Bryan Anderson Treasurer 





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It isn't Christmas without children. 








Hollar 

Holshouser 

Kaiser 

Kiser, B. 

Riser, M. 

Lentz 

Lineberger 

Morrison 

Peele 

Ferryman 

Robinson 



Adams 

Anderson 

Baesman 

Bock 

Bowman 

Brewer 

Bumgarner 

Cox 

Estes 

Good 

Herman 

Hi slop 



SIGMA PHI 
EPSILON 

Theta Chapter 



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Rollins 

Shannon 

Smith 

Sparks 

Speagle 

Stephenson 

Stowe 

Sweet 

LTHman 

Westmoreland 

Wilkie 



Chugging to the third consecutive Honieconiing Trophy. 





Robert Lineberger 

President 




Byrd 

Carpenter 
Cobb 
Dahl 
Deal, J. 



Deal. R. 
Edwards, C. 
Edwards, S. 
Efird 
Good fellow 



Lawrence 

Lippard 

Livengwod 



Noell 
Sides 



Simmons 

Spencer 

Stephens 

Strieker 

Waddell 



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Christmas "Si'iiii 




"Constructing a roller coaster on campus? 






TAU KAPPA EPSILON 



Delta Iota Chapter 



Jim Qualls 
President 

^^^^ ' 

^^^^^ Ellington Finger Forehand 

^^Hpi^ Jones Lingafclt McQueen 

^S^^^. Ortner Pannell Rhodes 

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Cline 

Helms 

Nye 

Wright 

Jim Qualls President 

Bill Martens Vice-President 

Lynn Love Secretary 

Dwain Rowe Treasurer 




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TTiomas 

Vivian 

Wilson 



Artega 

Baird 

Beaver 

Blanton 

Brewer 

Campbell 

Cathey 



Cornell 

Davis 

Edwards 

Elder 

Fox 

Froneberger 

Gerrow 



Gratzick 

Johnson 

Little 

Lockman 

Love 

Martens 

Miller 



QuaUs 

Rov\'e 

Shankle 

Sides 

Sloop 

Switzer 

Teeter 



Pat Friday 
Sweetheart of Tau Kappa Epsilon 




The 1965-66 academic year has been one of 
growth for Tau Kappa Epsilon. The fraternity has 
doubled its size this year. One of the major goals 
of this year has been to raise academic standards 
higher than ever before. Highlights of the year 
were . . . parties at the Wildlife Club and "L.B.J." 
. . . selling football programs . . . football honors 
for brothers and pledges . . . intramural football 
championship . . . president of I.F.C. . . . vice- 
president of Student Body . . . president of Sopho- 
more class . . . light bulb sale . . . sweetheart . . . 
spring banquet at the Country Club . . . serenades 
. . . annual beach trip . . . This has been a memor- 
able vear for all "fraters in the bond of brotherhood." 



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Anyth'nig can turn up at a Masquerade Party! 



Ann Edwards 
Dream Girl of Theta Chi 



Anderson 

Baehr 

Bangle 

Bauconi 

Beaver 

Bouldin 

Bre\\baker 



Butner 

Campbell 

Coles 

Coon, B. 

Coon, R. 

Cooper, M. 

Cooper, P. 



Eaker 

Ed\vards 

Evans 

Fogle 

Fxye 

Hanson 

Elardy 



Heymann 

Johnson 

Jones 

Lieb 

McKenzie 

Man love 

Misenheimer 



Orinson 

Parker 

Piechota 

Ratchford 

Schiele 

Si everts 

Smith 




















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Stevenson 

Taylor 

Whitley 







THETA CHI 



Delta Chi Chapter 



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1965-1966 has been an important year for 
Delta Chi Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity. 
The year has seen the . . . winning the Stan- 
ford Scholarship Trophy for all Theta Chi 
Chapters in the nation . . . Dean of Student's 
Scholarship Award . . . Dream Gixl . . . 
I.F.P.C. president . . . Christmas program 
at the Western Carolina Center . . . Parent's 
Day . . . indoor display winner at Homecom- 
ing . . . re-decorating the Apartment . . . 
trips to the Open Kitchen . . . president of the 
Student Body . . . class officers . . . two in 
Who's Who . . . serenades . . . "The Apart- 
ment'' . . . winner of Greek Step-Sing . . . 
Mason-Dixon Jubilee . . . Spring outing with 
alumni . . . intramurals . . . Cherry Grove 
weekend . . . initiation . . . Playmaker roles 
... A year of hard work and development 
has given Tlieta Chi many rewards to put 
in its book of grovi'ing memories. 




Bob Beavek 
President 



Bob Beaver President 

Jim Butner Vice-President. 

Dick Campbell Secretary 

Larry Eaker Treasurer 





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Bolton 

Gese]?>racht 

Hyden 

Means 

Spurlock 




Throwing a hig party for a hig year. 





Joanne Schwalm 
Sweetheait of Theta Xi 




Rush brings the ideas of the National Assistant Secretary. 




The pledge sweetheart makes her first appearance for the Theta Xi's. 



THETA XI 



Kappa Omicron Chapter 



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Arcuii 

Funderburk 

Hollar 

Riley 




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Bolick, A. 
Gibbs 
Paige 
Turner 
Wray 



Bolick. J. 
Hen line 

Pitts 
White 
Yount 





Cooperation, patience, and hrotlierhood go into the Homecoming float. 



Steve Yount 
President 



The 75th Anniversary of Lenoir Rhyne Col- 
lege also marked the fifteenth year of Kappa 
Omicron chapter of Theta Xi. The chapter's year 
was filled with a birthday party in commemora- 
tion . . . the selection of an energetic pledge 
class . . . increased activities . . . and greater 
participation in campus and ci\'ic affairs. The 
most memorable highlights of the year were 
election of Theta Xi sweetheart . . . visit to 
Kappa Epsilon chapter of Concord College in 



Athens, West Virginia . . . the visit from Na- 
tional Representative . . . homecoming float con- 
struction and spirit display . . . the Christmas 
project for girls of correctional institutions . . . 
intramural spoits as the "Sinking Saints" . . . 
and procuring the Xi "hut." The year 1965-66 
has indeed been a good one for Theta Xi with 
the ideals of brotherhood being more fullv 
realized. 





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Byrd 

Cadwallader 

Edwards 

Leonard 

Maxwell 

Vount 



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CLASSIFICATION 

We are each a name, 

a card, a picture- 
but also a unique individual. 
We have chosen a small college 

in hope of preserving identity, 
But identity is a growing thing— 
As Freshmen 

we grasp each opportunity 

for fun, for the different, 

for the collegiate. 
As Sophomores 

we setde into the comfort 

of experience, 

of the carefree life 

of superiority. 
As Juniors 

we realize a responsibility 

to others, to ourselves, 

to the future. 
As Seniors 

we look beyond 

campus confines 

to student teaching, 

to job interviews, 

to the hope of what life holds. 
CLASSIFICATION is the 

record of each new st^. 




"The life of every man is a diary 
in which he means to write 
one story, and writes another; 
and his humblest hour is when 
he comfores the volume as it 
is with what he vowed to make 
it. 



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President, Linda Williams, Mary Jo Sloan, Elsie 



Mertes, and Frankie Duncan take a break in the 
snack bar. 



NURSES 



Brenda Maynard Beatty Matthews, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Nursing 

Westminster Fellowship 1, 2; House Council 1, 2, Secretary 2; 
YWA 3, 4; SNA 1, 2, 3, 4; Nominations Committee 3; Student 
Government, Grace Hospital, Vice-President 3; Class President 4, 

Anne White Hornbuckle Franklin, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Nursing 

MSiM 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2; House Council 3, 4; Sigma Kappa 
1, 2, 3, 4, Pledge Class Secretary 1; College Center 2; YWA 
3, 4; SNA 1, 2, 3, 4; Convocation Committee 4; Student Gov- 
ernment, Grace Hospital, Representative 3, President 4; Class 
President 3; NCSNA Delegate 4; Graduation Marshal 4. 

Martha Queen McDougal, Rutherfordton, N. C. 
B.S. Degree in Nursing 

BSU 1, 2; SNA I, 2, 3, 4, President 1; Graduation Marshal 1. 

Martha Mahler Petering Asheville, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Nursing 

]^^^J' ?' T^'^i: '• -'• Intramurals 1, 2; Recreation Committee 
CCCC; 2; Zeta Tau Alpha 2; YWA 3; SNA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Mary Jo Sloan Huntsville, Ala. 

B.S. Degree in Nursing 

Playmakers I; MSM 2, Treasurer 2; Intramurals 1, 2; WAA 
1, 2; House Council 4; YWA 4; SNA 1, 2, 3, 4; Convocation 
Committee 4; Class Vice-President 3; Class Secretary 4; Grad- 
uation Marshal 1, 2, 3. 

Judith Anne Tuller Flat Rock, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Nursing 

Intramurals I, 2; WAA 1, 2; Sigma Kappa 1, 2, 3, 4; SNA 
1, 2, 3, 4; Entertainment Committee 3; Convocation Committee 
4; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Graduation Marshal 3. 

Linda Gertrude Williams Durham, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Nursing 

Intramurals 1, 2; WAA 1, 2; House Council 3, 4; Sigma Kappa 
I, 2, 3, 4; YWA 3, 4; SNA 1, 2, 3, 4; Convocation Committee 
4; Student Government, Grace Hospital, Secretary 3, 4; NCSNA 
Delegate 4. 

Linda Keenan York Burlington, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Nursing 

YWCA 1; Intramurals 1; Hacawa 1; YWA 4; SNA 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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Barbee, Anne Russellene 
Bishop, Diana Kay 
Carter, Jo Ann 
Carter, Judith Ann 
Collins, Jencie Frances 



Duncan, Frankie Marie 
Coins, Sarah Elizabeth 
Heoe, Linda Carol 
Luper, Nancy Ruth 
Merles, Elsie Josephine 



Miller, Janie Marie 
Newton, Patricia Hurst 
Pruette, Betty Lou 
Reinhardt, Peggy Elaine 
Smith, Anita Davis 



Smith, Susan Elizabeth 
Steele, Betty Ruth 
Trent, Rosa Pelham 



Anderson, Faith McKeown 

Baker, Verna Gail 

Chandler, Barbara Ann 

Clark, Carol Ann 

Harmon, Sylvia Marie 

lobst, Lucinda Louise 

Jones, Carole Lynn 

Parker, Linda Marie 

Schnaufer, Mary Pamela 

Ward, Linda Diane 

West, Cecelia Jane 

Willis, Donna Ann 




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FRESHMEN 



Baker. Sharon Ann 

Blackburn, AIar>' Frances 

Bonum, Sonda Jane 

Bostian, Carol Ann 

Calloway, Sylvia Lynn 

Christie, Brenda Gail 

Davis, Sherry Lee 



Ennis, Patricia Ann 

Furr, Brenda Inez 

Gibson, Paula Gail 

Greene, Susie Lee 

Gullet, Karetha Louise 

Haynes, Gail 

Hefner, Linda Kaye 



Hester. Linda Kay 

Hooker, Loretta Dianne 

Leonhardt, Sarah 

McAtee, Irene Elizabeth 

Mosteller, Rachel Lee 

Neese, Norma Jean 

Gates, Susan Jane 



Shutt, Linda Dianne 

Sides, Marilyn Carol 

Smith, Brookie Darnell 

Spencer, Patricia Susan 

Taylor, Carol Ann 

Watson, Jenet Elaine 

York, Theresa Kay 





Theie are all types of equipment to learn to operate. 




"Which pJUuje looks the hesi^ 



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COMMERCIAL 




Cheryl Corpening, '['ice-President; Frances Johnson, President; Sandy Jetton, Treasurer. 
ISot pictured: ]udy Rader, Secretary. 



Not everyone can read this! 





Wit]} t}peivriters ringing, it is iiard to sleep in chss. 



Berry, Barbara Bowman, Patricia Buj.h, Cynthia Ci>I>b, Susan 

Corpening, Cheryl Harbinson, Frances Hard>". Bobbi tiewitt, Melissa 

Jetton, Sandra Keller. Nancy Killian, Paula Norman, Brenda 

Wesson, Carole Seitz, Patt> \^'llisenant, Rebecca Witherspoon, PhjIIis Wolfe, Bemice 



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Tom Ford, Treasurer; Walter Freed, Vice-President; Emily Ketner, Chaplain; Ginny Tompkins, 
Secretary; Tony Jackson, President. Not pictured: Kath\' McKenzie, Historian. 

No "rat ears" for the Freshman Tea. 




"/ am lowly and 1 know it . . ." 





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Abercrombie, Richard Lewis 
Abernelhy, Kenneth Reginald 
Aiken, Elaine Susan 
Anderson, Linda Ruth 
Annas, Nancy Connell 
Apple, William Grady 



Arcuri, Thomas Bennie 
Barkley, Grover Lee 
Barnes, William Anne 
Beard, Robert Lee 
Beatty, Thomas Wesley 
Beck, Jamie Louise 



Beck, Patricia Diane 
Bernhardt, Barbara Elizabeth 
Best, Alfred Walter 
Bisanar, Helen Elizabeth 
Black, John Robert 
Blair, Linda Gale 



Boguslawski, Cheryl Rae 
Bolick, Judy Kay 
Bollinger, Bessie Elizabeth 
Bolton, Brian Lewis 
Boone, Swannetta Eileen 
Bowles, Mary Catherine 



Brittain, Janis Nell 
Brock, Jo Alice 
Brown, Connie Ray 
Buck, Elizabeth Carter 
Bumgarner, i\Iar>' Lynn 
Burgess, Inez Marie 



Byrd, James Edward 
Cansler, Joy Milinda 
Carpenter, David Edward 
Carpenter, David Ronald 
Carpenter, Robert Louis 
Carswell, Gariy Herbert 



Clark, Jimmy Michael 
Clark, Norma Kay 
Clarke. Judy Carol 
Cline. Carohn Jean 
Cline, Linda Marie 
Cline, Ronald Eugene 



Cobble, Susan Lee 
Collins, Alice Ann 
Collins, Jacqualyn 
Collins, Judy Kay 
CoA'ington, Rebecca Christine 
Crawford, Julie Helen Cline 



Dahl, Ernest Byron 
Dameron. Mar\- Jane 
Deal, Rita Kay 
Detier, Aquilla Elizabeth 
Dixon, Constance Faye 
Duncan, Paul David 



Eaker, Pamela Auten 
Eckard. Opal Irene 
Eckard, Osborne Richard, Jr. 
Eckard, Peggy Lorraine 
Edwards. Stephen Clark 
Efird. Raymond Francis 



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CLASS OF 1969 



133 



Ehrensperger, iMar>' 

Elmore. Dale Fitzhugh 

Faulkenberry, Richard Earle 

Fields, Alison Lynn 

Fields, James Daniel 

Finger, Beverly Rodney 



Fink, Ronald Worth 

Finlcy Retty Anna 

Ford, Daniel Thomas, Jr. 

Forehand, Jan Michele 

Fox, Michael Junius 

Freed, W^alter 13itner 



Frick, Roy William 

Froneberger, Eugene Alexander, Jr. 

Fiye, Gerald Douglas 

Frye, Michael Wayne 

Fulbright, Barbara Ann 

Gaston, Janice Kay 



Gerow, William Jay 

Gilbert, Brenda Louise 

Gillespie, Brenda Nancy 

Gilroy, William F. R. 

Glasco, Harry Dean 

Goble, Brenda Lucille 



Gregor>', James Flail 

Grubbs, Ralph Raymond 

Flail, Michael Wade 

Mall, Patricia GayJe 

Hardin, Joseph Thomas 

Hartley, Marlene Ouida 



Hastings, Barry Guy 

Heacock, Sandra Jean 

Heavner, Margaret Katherine 

Hcise, Robert Donald 

Ileltnn, Donald Clyde 

ilcnline, Harold Avery 





Herman, 

Jane Elizabeth 

Hoover, 
Xanci Louise 



Herring, Flinkle, Floke, Hoke, Hollar, Holman, Hooper, 

Edward Lawson Steve Franklin Frances Elaine George Alden, Jr. Robyn Elizabeth Michael Lee ^\nn Eloise 

Hottle, Hough, Flouser, Floward, Fluffstetler, Hughes, Hunt, 

Roy Baldwin Nancy Jane Cheryl Lynn John Clark, Jr. Sandra Faye Charles Patlon John Adam 



134 



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Hunt. Mary Linda 
Huss, Frank Jackson 
Huss, Margaret \^irginia 
Hyden, Jack Russell 
Ingle, Bessie Hunsucker 
Jackson, Anthony Keith 
Jackson, Jo Ann 



Jameson, Robert Lindley 
Johnson, Diane Ruth 
Johnson, Emma Lou 
Johnson, Mickie Jean 
Johnson, Xorman Ellis 
Jonas. Elizabeth Sue 
Jones, Talmage Lee 



Kadel, Thomas Ed\vard 
Kaeser. Paul Stanley 
Kale. Wallace Leonard 
Keck, Barbara Jane 
Kciser, Margaret Evans 
Keith, Margaret Anne 
Keller, Lutz Gottfried 



Keller, Marsha Elizabeth 
Keller, ;Ma>'nard James, Jr. 
Ketchie. Joan Marie 
Ketner, EmiJy Yvonne 
Kimball, Lynette Marie 
Kincaid, Gayle Elaine 
King, Hiram McDuffie. Jr. 



Kitchings, \A'anda Louise 
Klimp. L}dia Helene 
Leatherman. Joyce Gail 
Lehmons. Man.' Jane 
Lentz, Judy Katherine 
Lentz, Ralph Eugene 
Lindwall, John Roland 



Lineberger, Dorothy Susan 
Lineberr>'. Martha Carol 
Lippard, Chris \A'elker 
Livengood. Harr>' Samuel, Jr. 
Ltmdon. Glenn Lemuel, Jr. 
Luckey, Ronald Grinnell 
McCall, Linda Deanne 



McCarter. Pegg>- Jean 
McGIohon, Loonis Reeves. Jr. 
McKenzie, Katherine Frances 
Mac\\'illiam, Sandra Jean 
Martin. Jean Nicole 
Mauney, Lynda Ann 
^lelton. Eddie Russell 



CLASS OF 1969 



135 



Miller. Christv Conger 

Millholland, John Gifford 

Mills, Gerald Eugene 

Minges, Miles Austin 

Moore, Johnnie Stevens 



Moieu, Angela Kathleen 

Moretz. Helen Schlegel 

Morgan, Foster William 

Moseley, Frank Ruffner 

Mailer, Judith Ann 



Munday, Rebecca Jane 

Norris, Mickey Alan 

Nye, John Robert 

Obenschain. Mary Margaret 

Ogle, Buddy Ernest 



Ortner, Stephen Richard Edward 

Osborne. Judy 

Oxford, Bobby Glen 

Paige, Steve Monroe 

Peeples, Tommie Lea 



Pharr, Dolores Elaine 

Pickens, Beatrice Ann 

Pickett, Carol Lois 

Pitts. Terry Fulmer 

Plonk, Susan Ferguson 



Powell. Kathryn Melissa 

Preslar, Ronald Max 

Propst, Ada Jane 

Raine, Robin Kristin 

Reese, Clara Mae 



Reid, Paul David 
Reynolds, Doris B. 

Rhea, Ronald Warren 
Rhoney, Ann Hurt 

Rimmer, Martha Jane 



Rimmer, Sandra Miriam 

Rink, Sarah Louise 

Robertson, i\Iary Margaret 

Robinson, Pacita Yvonne 

Robinson, Rebecca Eloise 



Rodgers, June Evelyn 

Roever, Brenda Louise 

Rollins, Robert William 

Ross, Ira Diane 

Rountree, Mary Ann 



Rudisill, Elbert Andrew 

Rudisill, Kelly Lamar 

Rudisill, Linda Margaret 

Rudisill, Mary Celeste 

Russell, Susan 














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CLASS OF 1969 







Scott, Van Cletus, Jr. 

Secrest, Donald Wayne 
Shell, Jeanne Stanford 
Sherrill, Alice Bo5t 
Shipton, Ann Marie 
Shoffner, Jenice LaX'erne 
Shull, Sylvia Ann 



Sides, Julian Michael 
Simmons, Don Thomas 
Sipe. Terry Lee 
Slagle, Frank David 
Sloop, Judy \'ernice 
Smart, Candis Louise 
Smith, Connelly Wayne 
(In Memoriam 1947-1965) 



Smith, Harry JMoss 
Smith, Linda Ann 
Smith, Robert Larochie 
Sporer, Nancy Marie 
Spurlock, Clark Guin 
Stallings, Porter James, Jr. 
Stames, Jane Shuford 



StaufFer, Gary Bruce 
Steele, Jimmie Eugene 
Stephens, Bradford Kenneth 
Stephens, Phillip Edward 
Stewart, Norman Butler 
Strieker, Robert Lewis, Jr. 
Suber, Samuel Robert 



Summers. Mar>' Susan 
Tam, Patrick Chin-Ming 
Taylor, Becky Helen 
Teague, Rachel Hayes 
Teague, Thomas Wiley 
Tompkins, \'irgmia Irene 
Travis, Robert Yount 



Trott, Selena Anne 
liirner, Roxie Tonda 
Turpin, Lou Ann 
Underwood. Philip 
Van Horn, Stephen Earl 
Voss, Earl Gray 
Waddell, Richard Dennis 



W^ebb, Gary Edson 
\^'ebb, Sara Elizabeth 
W'hisnant, Donald Kermit 
\\'hisnant, James Edgar 
W'hisnant. Wanda Lillie 
White, Charles Ray 
White, Mildred Jane 



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Wilson, Ann Gray 
Wilson, John Harvey 
Vcrton, Connie Myrle 
York, Carohn Grouse 
Yount, Robert Geoffrey 



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SOPHOMORES 





"Don't he misers, let me hear three cents.' 



Jeanne Ulsh, Chaplain; Betsy Hcavner, Historian; Kay Krimminger, 
Treasurer; Henry Froneberger, President; Steve Lieb, Vice-President. 
Not pictured: Donna Baesman, Secretary. 




This is a good way to let off steam. 




138 



Another sophomoic class and another defeat. 




Alexander, Sara Ann 
Allen, Patricia Ann 
Allen, Trudy Lynn 
Allran, Phyllis Elizabeth 
Anderson, Kenneth Eugene, Jr. 



Austin, Sheridan Thomas 
Baehr, William Robert 
Baesman, Donna Eve 
Bailey, Emma Jane 
Ballard, Emily Margaret 



Barber, Judith Gajle 

Barger, Brenda Cecile 

Barker, Ann Hampton 

Barnes, George William 

Barnes, Reed Ryerson 



Bass, Martha Frances 
Beale, Jane Carolyn 
Beaver, Stephen Layne 
Bell, Edwin Wayne 
Blackwelder, Jennilee 



CLASS OF 1968 




Bock, Paul Franklin 
Bolick, Alan Eugene 
Bolick, James Franklin 
Bouldin, George Sidney, Jr. 
Bowman, Steven Earl 
Brewbaker, livin Edwin 
Brewer, Andre\v Jackson, Jr. 



Briggs, Martha Ann 
Brittain, Nancy Carolyn 
Bro\\n, Michael Kent 
Bush. Carol Jean 
Cadwallader, Joseph Baker 
Carpenter, Lynne Annette 
Carpenter, Alartha Gail 



Casper, Anne Elizabeth 
Cassidy, Patricia Ann 
Cline. Susan Jane 
Clodfelter. Xancy Kay 
Conrad, Calvin James 
Coon. Billy 
Coon, Robert George 



Coonse, Lester C, Jr. 
Cooper, Paul Robert 
Corpening. Ann Louise 
Crane, \icki Lynn 
Current, Ruth Davis 
Darb>", Susan Edythe 
Da\is. Helen Elizabeth 



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Davis, 
William Eugene 



Eller, 
Mavis Ann 

Fox, 
Gordon Lynn 

Funderburk, 
Thomas Carl 



Ellington, 
Charles F. 

Frick, 
Sara Harvey 

Gantt, 
Judith Cameron 



Durlun, 
Zubecca Frances 



Estes, 
Karen Diane 

Friday, 
Beverly Denise 



Dotson, 
Marian Virginia 



Fisher, 



Dry, Edwards, Edwards, 

Betsy Lou Barbara Louise Charles Nathan, III 

(In Memoriam 1946-1966) 



Edwards, 
Marye Paneen 



Fogle 



William Garland Thomas Vastine 



Gentry, 



Friday, 
Pat 

Gerrow, 



William Byron Wm. Ferguson, III 



Fritz, 
Kathlyn Ann 

Geselbracht, 
Kim Gordon 



Forbes, 
Sandra Kay 

Fritz. 
Sandra Elaine 

Glass, 
Joan Elizabeth 



Foster, 
Joanne Best 

Froneberger, 
Henry Daniel 

Good, 
Dennis Wayne Kenneth Robert, Jr. 



Fowler, 
Sarah Annette 

Frye, 

Duncan Randall 

Goodfellow, 



Granchi, Carole Joyce 

Granger, Theresa Ellen 

Griffin, Joseph Laird 

Hamilton, Mar>' Margaret 

Hanna, Verna Ruth 

Hanson, Richard Stephen 

Harkrider, Gayle Margaret 




Harris, Margaret Kay 

Heavner. Judy Carolyn 

Heavner, Sarah Elizabeth 

Helms, Richard Larry 

Helsley, Sandi Ellen 

Henline, Barry Hampton 



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CLASS OF 1968 




Hurst, 
Janice Sue 



Isenhower, 
Carolyn Kaylor 



Johnson, 
Richard Barry 



Hooper, 
Nancy Marie 

Johnson, 
Ronald Lee 



Hopkins, 
Betsy B. 



Huffman, Hunt, 

Rebecca Whitener Martha Glenn 



Jones, Joyner, Keller, 

Patricia Anne Edward Melvin, Jr. Willie June 





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Kessler, Delia Ann 
Kftner. Katherine Elizabeth 
Kirkman, Julia Ellen 
Kiser, Billy Turner 
Knight, Betty Elaine 
Krimminger, \'irginia Kay 
Lacke\', Jerrj' Paul 



Lael, Richard Lee 
Lane, Stephen LeRoy, J 
Lefler. Carol Jean 
Lieb, Stephen Strond 
Lingerfeh, Linda Jane 
Litten, Helen Kaye 
Little, Michael Richard 



Little, Nelson Emmett 
Long. Julie Frances 
McCreary, Suzanne 
McDowell, James Danny 
McLean, Pats\ Dean 
McNeely, Don Coleman 
McQueen, Martin \V. 



Mackenzie, Nancy Edith 
Maynard, Melissa Marcelle 
Meadows, Linda Carol 
Means, Gene H. 
Means, \'alerie Arlean 
Metis, Luc\ Davis 
Misenheimer, David Lentz 



Monroe, L>'nn Suzanne 
Moore. Deanna Sue 
Moose. Susan Lynn 
Morgan, S> bil Gail 
Moser, Judy Ann 
Pannell, Larry Charles 
Perr>"man, Gar>' Allen 



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CLASS OF 1968 



Piechota, Michael Fiancis 

Pursley, Franklin Eugene 
Ratchford. William Clyde 
Rebhan, Dottie Ann 
Ritchie. Paula Ruth 
Robinson, Grace Elizabeth 
Rochelle, Judith Elizabeth 



Rogers, Janice Karen 

Ruth, Jacqueline Dell 

Safara, Marcian 

Saunders, Jackson Luther 

Schladensky, Linda Rose 

Shankle, Terry E. 

Shannon, William Gary 




Sliarpe, Sandra Louise 
Sherrer, Linda Louise 
Short, Carolyn Bonita 



Shrum, Dan 

Shuford, Brenda Avonne 

Sides, Kenneth Edward 



Sigmon, Donald Eugene 

Sigmon, Faye Wagner 

Simila, Patricia Ann 



Sims, Janette Lowman 

Sipe, Larry Charles 

Sloop, Jimmy Howard 



Smith, Lloyd Dolan 

Smith, Martha Z. 

Smith, Sharon Ann 



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Smith, Theresa Margaret 
Smith, William Richard 
Smyre, Joice Smith 
Sockuell, Linda Joyce 
Sparks, David Lemuel 
Speagle, Patricia Bobbins 



Steele, Jane M. 
Stephenson, George \ATiite 
Stone, Jake Wilbur, Jr. 
Stowe, Thomas Rhyne 
Streifel, Cynthia 
Switzer, James Edward, Jr. 



Taylor, Kathr>'n Marie 
Teague. Betty Carolyn 
Teague, Pamela Ann 
Teague, Terri Kathrj'n 
Thomas, Richard Roger 
Thornburg, Charles William 



Turner, Byron Leon 
Tysor, Victoria Dianne 
Ulsh. Doris Jeanne 
Vasgaard, \'icki L\nne 
Vereen, Beverly Kay 
Wagner, Gloria 



Walke, Edwin Crane 
Walker. Da\ id Stevenson 
\\'allace, Gerald Patrick 
Ware. Margaret Ann 
Warren, Randa Louise 
Weaver, Donna E. 



Wells, David Max 
White. Ann Austin 
White, Stephen Elliott 
W'ick. Martha Ann 
Wilkie, Jerry Lane 
Wilkinson, Gary Ralph 



Wilson, Pamela Sue 
\\'ilhers, Nancy Carol 
Wright, Jane Elizabeth 
Voder, S.nndra Delia 
Yoder. Sherron Rebecca 
Young, Roddy Edward 



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JUNIORS 




A prize winning float every year. 





Jim Thomas, Vice-President; Gary Fravel, Treasurer; Kathy Lips- 
comb, Historian; John Sieverts, President; Sue Ketner, Secretary; 
Ed Orinson, Chaplain. 



A unique addition to the campus? 



Juniors form a convoy to invade Mountaineers' territory. 



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Adams, Norman James 
Adderholdt, Jean Katherine 
Allie, Don Alden 
Anderson, Andrew Bryan, Jr. 
Andrews, John Fletcher 



Arndt, Jane Aileen 
Arteaga, Herbert F. 
Ausrin, Sheha Teague 
Baker, Frank Donald 
Earnhardt, Ray Eugene 



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Barrett, Sarah Margaret 
Baucom, Robert Dale 
Beatty, Mary Jean 
Beaver, Ben Robert 
Billings, Bobby Ray 



Billings, Paul Henr\' 
Bisanar, Robert Alan 
Blevins, Mary Ann 
Bolick, Norma Elaine 
Bolliger, Barbara Ann 



Bollinger, Larry Michael 
Bost, Allen Roy 
Bowman, Robert Howard 
Boyle, Frank Edward 
Brawley, Janice Katherine 



Brawley, Sarah Frances 
Brittain, Glenda Darnell 
Brooks, Susan Lynn 
Brookshire, Tommy Oscar 
Brown, Carol Anne 



Brown, Ellen Elizabeth 
Brown, Ernest Edward, Jr. 
Brown, Patricia Ann 
Brown, Sherry Kay 
Broyhill, Jane Cowles 



CLASS OF 1967 



145 



Buff, Jerry Wayne 

Bumgarner, Eula Maxine 

Bumgarner, John Stephen 

Bunton, Larry Elgie 

Burnette, Teresa Jean 

Burns, John Harrison 



Burner, James Smith 

Byers, Ginger Ann 

Campbell, Michael Linwood 

Campbell, Paul Flint 

Campbell, Richard Ross 

Canipe, Leslie 



Carson, Robert Donald, Jr. 

Carter, Jane Lynn 

Carter, Millicent Elizabeth 

Casper, Gurley Morrison, Jr. 

Clapp, John Michael 

Clark, Jill 



Cline, Kenneth Ronald 

Clopper, Priscilla Jane 

Coburn, Thomas Sullivan 

Conrad, Jean Carolyn 

Cooke, Sue Miller 

Cornell, Michael Pagan 



Cornwell, Harriet Schrum 

Costner, Nina Dian 

Cottrell, Susan Warlick 

Cox, William HoUey 

Craig, Nancv Lambe 

Creel,' Ruth J. 



Cromer, Bette Alene 

Cromer, Rebecca Ruth 

Crump, Kenneth Patrick 

Dagenhart, Linda Alice 

Daley, James Richard 

Danbom, Robert Edward 



Deal, James Coleman 

Deal, John Wayne 

Deal, Judy Gail 

Deal, Patricia Medlin 

Deal, Ralph Michael 

Deck, Karen Elaine 




146 




Doling, Roger Leonard 
Dull, Calvin Ray 
Duncan, Phillip Ray 
Eagle, Claudine Ruth 
Eckard, Dwight Lee 



Edwards, James Richard 
Elder, Da\'id Lewis 
Enders, M)'ra Ellen 
Epting, James Robert 
Estes, Douglas Edwin 



E\'ans, Terrence Nicholson 
Everhart, Douglass Myers 
Farris, Hama Elizabeth 
Fink, Laura Frances 
Fish, Elizabeth Smith 




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Fisher, Fred Conrad 
Forehand, Roy Wilkinson, Jr. 
Forrest, Dorothy G. 
Fox, Gary Anderson 
Fravel, Margaret Gary 
Fritz, Xancy Elaine 



Frye, Kennetha 
Furr, Rickie Lynn 
Gain, Tony Ryan 
Gibson, William Barry 
Gilroy, Betty- Louise 
Goodson, Sara Bennett 



Gratzick, Edward William, Jr. 
Greeson, James Da\id 
G'Segner, Susan Jane 
Hall, Sally Kathryne 
Hardy, David Edmond 
Harrington, James Richard 



Harris. Xancy Cashatt 
Havnaer, Thomas Albert 
Hawkins, Judy Lyn 
Hedrick, Douglas Austin 
Henderson, Susan Scott 
Herman, Kenneth Xorman 



CLASS OF 1967 



147 



CLASS OF 1967 



Hewitt, Patricia Gail 

Heymann, Hans Paulsen 

Hicks, James P. 

Hoffner, Brenda Elizabeth 

Hollar, Verna June 

Holloway, Edward Olin 



Holt, James Robert 

Hoover, Barbara Ann 

Hoyle, Robert Charles 

Huffman, Gloria Aileen 

Huggins, Elizabeth Ann 

Hutto, DaWd Andrew 



Jacldin, Wayne David 

Jarrett, Camelia Kaye 

Jarrett, Cecilia Rave 

Johnson, Barry G. 

Johnson, William Amick 

Kahili, Jerry Lee 



Kaiser, Robert Bruce 

Kanipe, Lennie Grace 

Keller, Carroll Thomas 

Kepley, William Cecill 

Ketner, Sue Carol 

Killian, Luther Shelton 



Kissam, Roddy Roberts, Jr. 

Kluttz, Barbara Jean 

Lail, John Wilbern 

Lawrence, Terry Ronald 

Lee, Elizabeth \IcMillan 

Lefler, Rachel Mac 



Lewis, Donnie Edwin 

Lingafeldt, Earl Thomas 

Lipscomb, Katherine \Iae 

Lockman, Garry Sanders 

Long, Carole Janet 

Lorch, James R. 



Lucas, Barbara Jane 

McGhee, Richard Wiley 

McKenzie, William Martin 

Manlo\L-, Ronald Laird 

\larsh, Jane Ada 

Martens, William John 





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^Ik 



Martin, Larry Eugene 
Mauney, Frankie Dale 
Maxwell, Robert Melvyn 
Melvin, Sharon Easter 
Miller, Elizabeth Truesdell 




Moretz, Carolyn Elizabeth 
Morrison, Kenneth Lee 
Murphy, Edgar Lane, Jr. 
Nichols, Sarah Jane 



Noell, Malcolm Nathaniel 
Orinson, Edward Luther 
Overcash, Ruby Kay 
Parker, Ernest Reid, III 



Peace, Janet Gail 
Peer, Pamela Lutz 
Petrich, Beth Alyn 
Poteat, Mary Bost 



Pruett, Royal Neal 
Pruette, Carrell 
Punch, Wayne Eugene 
Quanstrom, Conrad Lee 



Ramsev, Sue Ellen 
Randall, Phyllis Diann 
Rhoads, Kathleen Carol 
Rhodes, Jerome Martin 



149 



Rhoney, Alice Seitz 

Riley, Kendall Shealy 

Robinson, Mary Ellen 

Rowe, Joe Carl 



Rowe, Marshall Dwain 

Rudisill, Barbara Kay 

Rudisill, Diane Theresa 

Russell, Roscoe Wayne 




Saine, James Larry 

Sanders, Betty Lynn 

Sears, Carolyn Ann 

Sechrist, Ralph McKinley 



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Seitz, Roy Eugene 

Setzer, Carolyn Mundy 

Shepard, Helen Diane 

Shulenburger, David Edwin 





Sieverts, John Wentz 

Sigman, Coleen 

Sigmon, Elizabeth Wise 

Sloan, Linda Kay 

Smith, Brenda Faye 

Spencer, Jerry Lane 



Spencer, Richard Franklin 

Stephens, Judy Gale 

Stevenson, Michiel Warren 

Teague, Carolyn Fr>'e 

Thomas, James Luther 

Thomas, Tommy Le\i 



Triplette, Michael Lester 

Triplette, Patricia Dianne 

Troutman, Carolyn Sue 

Troutman, Jenny Sue 

Troutman, Mary Ann 

UUman, Robert Eugene 




150 




Vivian, Eric John 
Voss, Lawrence Edward 
Walker, Judith Ann 
Walker, Margaret S. 
Ward, Blenda R. 



Ware, Beverly Costner 
Waters, Danny Lamar 
Weatherman, David Wayne 
Weaver, Bruce Edward 
Weaver, Linda Killian 



Westmoreland, Donnie Roger 
Whitley, Johnny Rogers 
Wilson, Larry Charles 
Wine, Joan Carley 
Wood, Craig Luther, Jr. 



Woods, Ronald Neil 
Wray, Jack Clark 
Wright, Robert Wilbur 
Yarbrough, Martha Lee 
Yoder, Jimmy Durant 



Yoder, Paul McMillan 
Yoder, Wayne Miller 
Yorke, Ruth Dianne 
Young, Faith Thomas 
Yount, Barbara Jean 



CLASS OF 1967 



151 




Bonnie Farthing, Treasurer; Lee Lambie, Secretary; Sandy Wiles, Historian; Charles Grouse, Chaplain; Keith 
Briggs, \' ice-President; Fritz Nordman, President. 



152 




The final day can't he far away. 



]ob interviews mean it'orfe in the future. 



SENIORS 





"]iist hack from school and it's time for 
choir practice." 




The float is finished 





Time for a break . . . 




The senior and the library are well acquainted. 



"Top men" lend support to the Bears. 



153 




Abemathy 



Annas 



Archer 



Arnold 



CLASS OF 1966 




Austin 
Baesman 



Bagley 
Baird 



Balch 
Bangle 



BarRer, C. 
Barger, G. 



Nelson Moran Abernathy Glen Alpine, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Commercial Education 
NEA 3, 4. 

Sarah Ann Adams Taylorsville, N. C. 

A.B, Degree in Elementary Education 

ACE 4; House Council 4; Professor's Assistant 2, 3; Dining Hall CCCC) 
1; College Center 2; CThree-year student). 

Carolyn Barlow Annas Valdese, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
ACE 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3. 

Alice Gragg Archer Conover, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
Ashe\il]e Biltmore College 1, 2; Dean's List 3. 

Paul Flanders Arnold West Palm Beach, Fla. 

A.B. Degree in Music Education 

Palm Beach Jr. College 1, 2; Music Club 3; NEA 3; ME^'C 3; Play- 
makers 3; Band 3; LSA 3; Choir 3; (Three-year student). 

Nancy Carolyn Austin Greensboro, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elsni'n:ary Education 

UniAersity of North Carolina at Greensboro I; Mitchell College 2; ACE 
4; House Council 3; Homecoming Committee 4; Lenoir Rliynean 3; 
College Center 4. 

Robert Karl Baesman Norristown, Pa. 

B.S. Degree in Biology 
Playmakers 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Guide 3, 4; 
Dean's List 1; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Chairman 3; 
Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4; Lab 
.Assistant 2, 3, 4, Head .-\ssistant 3, 4; Clifford B. Scott Fratemitj- 
Scholarship 2. 

Sally Bagley Lenoir, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary and Special Education 
St. Mary's Jr. College 1; Hacawa 3; Dean's List 3. 

Sherwin Lane Baird Farmville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Sociology 
Intramurals I. 2, 3, 4; House Council 4, Secretary 4; Tau Kappa 
Epsilon 2, 3, 4. 

Carolyn Ursula Balch Charlotte, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 
Playmakers 1; Westminster 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2; Y\VCA 1; Letioir 
Rhynean 1, Pictorial Manager I; Dean's List 1; (Three-year student). 

James Henry Bangle Columbia, S. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 
Diakonia 1, 2, 3, 4; LSA 1; Religious Council 2; Track 1; Student 
Cabinet 2, 3, 4; House Council 3; Executi^'e Committee 3; Committee 
on Elections and Open Forums 2; Committee on Legislative Review 
4, Chairman 4; Leadership Training Committee 3, Chairman 3; Spring 
Festival Weekend Committee Co-Chairman 2; Campus Guide 2, 3; House 
Committee 2; Board o£ Governors 3; Theta Chi 1, 2. 3, 4, \'ice-President 
3; Class President 3; State Student Legislature 2; Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. 

Claude Edward Barger Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Football 1; Dean's List 2, 3. 

Glenn Edward Barger Newton, N. C. 

A.B. Degrees in Sociology and Social Studies 
NEA 3, 4. 



Robert Ray Barker, Jr Hinsdale, 111. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Plavmakeis 1. 2, 3, 4; Football I; Track 1, 2; Tennis 4; Intramurals 
1, 2; joe Bear I, 2. 

Dale Barry Basinger Rockwell, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Physical Educaticm 
Universitv of North Carolina 1; Diakonia I, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 2; 
LSA I; Basketball 2. 3, 4. Manager 1: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 
1. 2. 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; U'/io's Who Among Students in 
Americiin Unweraities and Colleges 4; Football Statistician 3, 4; Mu 
Sigma Epsilon 4. 

Alan Hubert Beam Newton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Physical Education 
NEA 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 

Martha Elizabeth Beaver Statesville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
Mitchell College 1, 2; ACE 3, 4. 

Nancy Jean Bingham Vale, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Education 
NEA 4. 

Lynda Sue Blackstock Granite Falls, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Sociology 

Gardner-Webb College 1, 2. 

Donna Jean Blankinship Brevard, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Mathematics 
St. .Andrews Presbyterian College 1; Brevard College 2; NEA 4; Hacawa 3. 

George Washington Blanton Concord, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Economics 

Football I. 2. 3, Letterman 2, 3; Track 1; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; House 
Council 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4. 

Charles Cook Boger Charlotte, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Biology 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 1, 2, Chaplain 2; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4. 

Geneva Pauline Bolick Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
.ACE 3. 4; Dean's List 3. 

Joseph Ramsey Bost Lenoir, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in History 

Suzanne Jo Bost Conover, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 

ACE 2. 3; House Council 2. 3, Committee on .Awards and Citations 
2; Delta Zeta 1, 2, 3; Theta Xi Fraternity Sweetheart 2: (Three-year 
student). 

Allen Thomas Bouknight Tirnberville, Va. 

A.B. Degree in Mathematics 
NEA 3, 4; LSA 3. 4; Chi Beta Phi 4; Dining Hall (CCC) 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Barker 
Basinger 



Beam 
Beaver 



Bingham 
Blackstock 



Blankinship 
Blanton 




Boger 



Bolick 



Bost, J. 



Bost, S. 



Bouknight 





Boyd, J. 
Boyd, R. 



Bradford 
Branch 



Brewer 
Briggs 



Brown 
Browning 



Janice Angley Boyd Granite Falls, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Dean's List 2; (Three-year studentj. 

Robbie Livingston Boyd Lincolnton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
East Central Jr. College 1, 2. 

Earl Edwin Bradford, ]r Lenoir, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in History 
North Carolina State College 1,2, 3. 

Linda Faye Branch Morganton, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Commercial Education 
BSU 3. 

Claude Swanson Brewer, ]r Galax, Va. 

A.B. Degree in Physical Education 

Randolph Macon College 1; NEA 3, 4; MSM 3. 4, Council Renresentative 
4; Religious Council 4; Football 3, 4; Baseball 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 4; House Council 4; Social Committee (CCC) 4; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon 3, 4. 

Keith Andrew Briggs Lexington, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Biology 
Band 1, 2; Intramurals 3; Committee on Elections and Open Forums 
2, 4; Dean's List 1, 2; Graduation Marshal 1, 2; Class Vice-President 
4;_ Lab Assistant 2, 3; Cecil Young Willard Scholarship Fund; Who's 
Who Among Strtdents in American Universities and Colleges 4; Chi 
Beta Phi 4. 

William Harold Brown, Jr Conley, Ga. 

A.B. Degree in Physical Education 

Dorcas Elizabeth Browning Nebo, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 

Bascum Wayne Buchanan Morganton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
(Thiee-year student.) 

Emilia Carol Buffaloe Raleigh, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Biology 

NEA 4, Vice-President 4; Radio Staff 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; WAA 
2, 3; Lenoir Rhynean 1, 2, 3; Campus Guide 2, 4; Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 
4, First Vice-President 4; Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4, Head Assistant 2, 3; 
May Court Attendant 4. 

Alice Dianne Bumgarner Winston-Salem, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
ACE I, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 3; WAA 1, 2, 3., 4. 

Phyllis Turner Bumgarner Conover, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Mathematics 
NEA 3; (Three-year student). 

Thomas Stanley Bumgarner Taylorsville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Music Education 
Music Club 2, 3, 4, \'ice-President 3, President 4; MENC 3, 4; Choir 
2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4, President 4; Recorder Ensemble 3, 4. 



Buchanan 



Buffaloe 



Bumgarner, A. 



Bumgarner, P. 



Bumgarner, T. 







Buike 



Burleson 



Byrd, R. 



Byid, S. 



Cathey 



CLASS OF 1966 



Gerald Clyde Burke Taylorsville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Btisiness Administrcition 
Wingate College 1. 

Stephen Allen Blirleson Albemarle, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Wingate College 1, 2. 

Robert Lynn Byrd Newton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Sociology 

Intramurals 1; Interfraternity Council 2, 3; Theta Xi 1, 2, 3, 4, President 
3, \'ice-President 4. 

Sue Elaine Byrd Albemarle, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
ACE 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; YWCA 3; WAA 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Joseph Vernon Cathey Salisbury, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Wingate Junior College 1, 2; MSM 3, 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 4. 

Judy Ann Causey Rutherford College, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Special Education 

Appalachian State Teachers College 1; BSU 2; Federal Scholarship for 
Education of the Deaf. 

Nancy Carter Chambers Charlotte, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Sociology 
Playmakers 3, 4: Religious Council 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 3; West- 
minster 1, 2; VWCA 1; WAA 1, 2, 3, 4; House Council 2, 3; Leiwir 
Hhynean 1, 2; Campus Guides 3; House Committee 4, Secretar\- 4; 
Sigma Kappa 1. 2, 3, 4. Corresponding Secretary 4; Iota Epsilon Omega 
2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3; Tutorial Program 4. 

Juanita Peugh Clark Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Spanish 
NEA 4; Professor's .Assistant 3; Dean's List. 

Carl Vernon Cune Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Playmakers 1, 2; Choir 1; Band 1, 2, 3. 

Clara Miller Cline iMorganton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
Dean's List 3; (Three-year student). 

Paul Melbourne Cobb Salisbury, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Sociology 
Playmakers I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Choir 1, 2; College Sunday School 
Class 1, 2; Band 1. 2; Diakonia 1, 2; LSA 1, 2; Intramurals 3; House 
Committee 4; Lab Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4i Auditorium 3, 4. 

Joseph Edward Coleman, Jr Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Uniyersity of North Carolina 1. 

George Horace Coles Norristown, Pa. 

A.B. Degree in English 

Forensics 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Interfraternity Council 4; Theta 
Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Causby 
Chambers 



Qalk 

Cline, C. V. 



Cline, C. JM. 
Cobb 



Coleman 
Coles 






Cooper 



Coulter 



Cox 



Cross 



Crouch 



CLASS OF 1966 




Grouse 
Cruiap 



Cunningham 
Davis, A. 



Davis, J. 
Da^as, L. 



Davis, T. 
Davis, W. 



David Mark Cooper Baton Rouge, La. 

A.B. Degree in Economics 
Forensics 3, 4; College Sunday School 1. 2; LSA 1; Vice-President 
Student Body 3; President Student Body 4; Student Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Student Court 3, 4; Student Commission 3; House Council 2, 3, 4; 
Executive Committee 2, 3, 4; Committee on Elections and Open Forums 
3; Leadership Training Committee 2; Concert Lecture Series Committee 
2; Homecoming Committee 1. 2; Spring Festival Weekend Committee 
I, 2; Con\'ocation Committee 4; Board of Governors 4; Program Board 
2; Theta Chi 1, 2. 3, 4; Student of the Month 2, 3; Class President 

1. 2; Lutheran Brotherhood Scholarship 4; College Center 2, 3; Office 
StafF 1; Snack Bar 1; Student Government Achievement Award 2, 
3; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges; 
Student of the Month 4; Outstanding Senior Boy. 

Richard Neil Coulter Maiden, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 

Linda Huss Cox Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Eletnentary Education 
(Three-year student.) 

Jerry Lee Cross Durham, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in History 
Duke University 1, 2; NEA 3; Westminster 4; Intramurals 3. 

Larry Dean Crouch Taylorsville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
.■^CE 3, 4. 

Charles Lee Crouse Le.xington, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Sociology 
Radio Staff 3. 4; Diakonia 3, 4; MSM 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3; Tennis 4; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; House Council 4; Budget Committee 1; Lenoir 
Rhynean 3, 4, Assistant Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4; 
Campus Guide 3; Dean's List ); Social Committee (CCC) 4; Iota 
Epsilon Omega 3, 4; Class Treasurer I; Class Chaplain 4; Joe Bear 4; 
\l'/io's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. 

Fred Andrew Crump, Jr Hickor)', N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Track 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3. 

James Marcus Cunningham Newton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Appalachian State Teachers College 1, 2. 

Alma Watson Davis Black Mountain, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
Berea College 1. 

John Franklin Davis Liberty, N. C. 

^ A.B. Degree in English 

NEA 4; Playmakers 2, 3; Publicity Committee 4; Homecoming Com- 
mittee 3; Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Graduation Marshal 2; Social Committee 
(CCC) 4, Chairman 4; Publicit>- Committee (CCC) 3; Program Board 
4; Student of the Month 4. 

Lou Gayle Davis ". . . ; Newberry, S. C. 

A.B. Degree in Music Editcation 
NEA 4; Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; MENC 2, 3; Choir 

2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3; Dean's List 2, 3. 

Thomas Elijah Davis, Je Wadesboro, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Biology 
Playmakers 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4; Fine Arts Committee 
(CCC) 3; Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4. 

William Southall Davis Lynchburg, Va. 

A.B. Degree in History 
NEA 4; Young Democrats Club 3; Canterbury 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; 
Track 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; House Council 4; Dean's List 3; Pro- 
fessor's Assistant 3. 



Jekry U'ayne Deal Newton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Btisiness Administration 
Dean's List 2. 

Don Allen Deaton Morganton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Social Studies 
Appalachian State Teachers College I, 2; NEA 3, 4. 

Jane Chilton Dellinger Norton, Va. 

A.B. Degree in English 
NEA 3; Playmakers 2, 3; Canteibur>' 1, 2, 3, President 2; Professor's 
Assistant 2, 3; Lab Assistant 2; (Three-year student). 

Doris Ann Dlxon Cherryville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Education 
NEA 3, 4; House Council 2; Hacawa 1, 2; Iota Epsilon Omega 3, 4; 
Professor's Assistant 3; College Center 3. 

Larry Blane Dull Lewisville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Physical Education 
Track 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Noel Jean Dunker Linthicum, Md. 

A.B. Degree in Social Studies 

NEA 3; Playmakers 2, 3; Lejioir Rhytiean 2. 3, Managing Editor; 
fiouse Commiitee 3; Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, Historian 3: Work Scholar- 
ship 1, 2; (Three-yeai student). 

Betty Jane Dute Coraopolis, Pa. 

A.B. Degree in Physical and Health Education 

Meredith College 1; NEA 4; W.A.A 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3; 
Lenoir Rliyuemi 2; Campus Guides 3; Dean's List 2; Sigma Kappa 

2, 3, 4, President 4: Professor's Assistant 3, 4. 

Larry D^\^GHT Eaker Crouse, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business 

House Council 3; Ca.-npus Guides 3; Dean's List 2; Theta Chi 1. 2, 

3, 4, Treasurer 4. 

Ronald David Eckard Connelly Springs, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 
NE.A 3, 4, President 4; Playmakers 1, 2, 3, 4; BSU 1, 2. 3, 4, President 
4; Religious Council 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, Secretary 4. 

Charles Dwight Edwards, Jr Dallas, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Chemistry 

Charlotte College 1; Track 2; Tennis 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Homecoming 
Committee 4; CampuL; Guide 3, 4; College Center Chairman 4; House 
Committee (CCC) 2, 3; Board of Governors (CCC) 4; Program Board 
4: College Center 4: Theta Chi 2, 3, 4; Student of the Month 4. 

Robert Lee Edwards Lincolnton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 
NEA 4; Theta Xi 3. 4. 

Kenneth Xorris Eller North \\'ilkesboro, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business 
Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 

Judy Hankins Ellison Charlotte, N. C. 

A.B. Degrees in English and Spanish 
NEA 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 3. 



Deal 
Deaton 



Dellinger 
Dixon 



DuU 

Dunker 



Dute 
Eaker 




Eckard 



Edwards, C. 



Edwards, R. 



Eller 



Elli! 



#ll|| I ■M'^ 

g;^^ 






Eurey 
FarnswoTth 



Farthing 
Flowers 



Fogleman 
Ford 



Fox, A. 
Fox, R. 



Paul Halmilton Eurey, Jr Lincolnton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Theta Xi 1, 2; (Three-year student). 

Sandra Lea Farnsworth Cherryville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 

ACE 3; BSU I, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, 3; Hacawa 3; Professor's Assistant 
1, 2, 3; (Three-year student). 

Bonnie Latham Farthing Lenoir, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
St. Mary's Junior College I; ACE 4; Young Democrats Club 3; Budget 
Committee 4; Committee on Elections and Open Forums 4; Social 
Committee 4; Class Treasurer 4. 

Carroll William Flowers Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Philosophy 
Diakonia 1,2, 3, 4; Professor's Assistant 3. 

Jon Rich Fogleman Burlington, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in History 
Band 1; Diakonia 1, 2. 3, 4; LSA 1. 2, 3, 4; Lab Assistant 2, 3; 
Professor's Assistant 4; Dining Hall (CCC) 3. 

Myra Heavner Ford Lincolnton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
NEA 3; Zeta Tau Alpha 1; (Three-year student). 

Anne Potts Fox Hickory, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Biology 

NEA 2, 3; Intramurals 1; Hacawa 1; Lenoir Khynean 2; Campus 
Guide 2; (Three-year student). 

Robert Franklin Fox Newton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in History 
Lenoir Rhynean 1; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1, 2, 3. 

Ronnie Gary Franklin Drexel, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Bitsiness 

Alix Ann Freed Metuchen, N. J. 

A.B. Degree in Mathematics 
NEA 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 3; LSA 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
WAA 2, 3; House Council 3; Committee on Legislative Review 3; 
Lenoir Rhynean 1, 2, 3, 4, News Editor 2, Roving Reporter 3; Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3; Graduation Marshal 1, 2; Social Committee (CCC) 3, 4; 
Sigma Kappa Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4; Iota Epsilon Omega 2, 3, 4; Calendar 
Girl 2; Student of the Month i; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges 4; Freshman Achievement Award in Math 
1; Professor's Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Paul Weyburn Gadd Hickory', N. C. 

A.B. Degree in History 

Baseball 2; Intramurals 1; Letterman 1. 

John Breckenridge Gibes Buies Creek, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in History 
University of North Carolina 1, 2: German Club 3, 4, President 3, Vice- 
President 4; Forensics 4- Young Democrats Club 1; Canterbury 3, 4; 
Theta Xi Fraternity 4; Lab Assistant 3. 

Judith Lynn Ginader Charlotte, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Biology 
NEA 4; Y'WCA 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Publicity Committee Student 
Goverrunent 3; Lenoir Rhynean 3, 4; Campus Guide 2, 3; Pubhcity 
Committee (CCC) 4; Delta Zeta Sororitj- 2, 3, 4, Historian 3; Lab 
Assistant 3, 4. 



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Groce 



CLASS OF 1966 



Linda Sharpe Goodin Statesville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 
Mitchell College 1, 2; NEA 3, 4; Dean's List 3. 

Henry Owen Graham Pensacola, Fla. 

A.B. Degree in Business 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Committee 
on Awards and Citations 4. 

Sue Jean Grape Asheville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 
State University of New York at Geneseo 1, 2; NEA 3, 4; German 
Club 3, 4; Music Club 3, 4; Band 3, 4, Junior Class Representative 
3; College Sunday School 3, 4; LSA 3, 4; Religious Council 4, Secretary 
4; YWCA 3, 4, Vice President 4; Convocation Committee 3; Dean's 
List 3; Professor's Assistant 3, 4. 

James Edward Grissom Spencer, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business and Physical Education 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Intramurals 1, 2. 

Diana Leigh Groce Mocksville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
ACE 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; WAA 2, 3, 4; Recreation Committee (CCC) 
3; Social Committee (CCC) 4; Panhellenic Council 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President 4; Delta Zeta Sorority 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart 
2; Best Dressed 3. 

Bessie Paulette Guthrie Newton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 
NEA 4; Theta Xi Fraternity Sweetheart 1; (Three year student). 

Julia Margaret Gwin Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
ACE 4; (Three-year student). 

Carrie Elizabeth Hall Drexel, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
Gardner Webb College 1, 2. 

Brenda Link Harbinson Newton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 

NEA 4. 

Kathryn Lovingood Harbison Morganton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
Dean's List 3; (Three-year student). 

Sylvia Alexander Harris Statesville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 
NEA 4; Playmakers 2, 3; Hac-^wa 3; (Three year student). 

Charles David Hartzoge Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business 

Richard Esten Harwell Newton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English and Philosophy 
Mitchell College 1; Forensics 3; Young Republicans Club 3; Lenoir 
Rhynean 3; (Three-year student). 



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Harris 



Hartzoge 
Harwell 





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CLASS OF 1966 




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Herman, L. 




Hildebran 
Hilton 



Hislop 
Hollar 



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Houser 
Howard 



Gladys Maxine Hatley Hudson, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Spanish 
NEA 3, 4; BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Dean's List 3. 

Janice Reynolds Hearne Albemarle, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Health and Physical Education 
NEA 4; Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4; WAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; 
House Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Summer Commission 3; Campus 
Guides 2, 3; Recreation Committee (CCC) 3, 4; Social Committee 
(CCC) 2; Delta Zeta Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Janice Elizabeth Helton Newton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
ACE 4; (Three-year student). 

Brenda Jean Herman Claremont, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Mathematics 
Summer Commission 3; Campus Guides 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 3; Grad- 
uation Marshal 3; Mu Sigma Epsilon 3, 4; Chi Beta Phi 3. 4, Secretarj'- 
Treasurer 4. 

Louie Arthur Herman Newton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business 

Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 
4; May Day Committee 4. 

Nancy Sue Hildebran Hildebran, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 
Gardner-'W'ebb College 1, 2; NEA 4; Young Republicans Club 4. 

Richard Dale Hilton Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in History 
Dean's List 2, 3; Graduation Marshal 3; Mu Sigma Epsilon 4. 

Harold Somers Hislop Mehoopany, Pa. 

A.B. Degree in Sociology 

Wingate College 1, 2; Intramurals 3, 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon Fratemitj- 
3, 4. 

Larry Charles Hollar Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business 

Student Commission 4; Campus Guides 4; Social Committee (CCC) 
4; Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternitj- 2, 3, 4. 

Josephine Hollingsworth Valdese, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English a)id Special Education 
Shorter College, Rome, Georgia, 1, 2; Dean's List 3. 

Leslie C. Holshouser ,Rockwell, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business 
Basketball Manager 2; Intramurals 1, 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 4; Pro- 
fessor's Assistant 4. 

Laura Elizabeth Houser Kings Mountain, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
ACE 2, 4; House Council 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; President's 
Commission 4; Hacawa 2; Campus Guides 2, 3; Social Committee 
(CCC) 3, 4; Delta Zeta Sorority 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Marianne Howard West Columbia, S. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 
NEA 3- Playmakers 3; Choir I, 2; Band I; LSA 1, 3; Religious Council 
3; "VWCA 1, 2, 3, President 3; Publicity Committee 3; Hacawa 1, 
2, Business Manager 2: Student Publications Committee 2; Campus 
Guides 2; Iota Epsilon Omega 2, 3; May Court 1; Who's Who Atnong 
Students in American Universities and Colleges -i; Outstanding Junior 
Woman Award 2; Student Go%'emment Citation 3; (Three-year student). 



Doris Louise Hoyle Belmont, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
\CE 3: Student Commission 2; House Council 2; Campus Guides 2, 
?■ Dean's List 1, 2; Publicity Committee (CCC) 2, 3, Secretary 3; 
Delta Zeta Sorority 1, 2, 3; Best Pledge 1, Secretary 3; (Three-year 
student). 

Arthur Lawson Huffman North Wilkesboro, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Physical Education and Health 
NEA 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

James Farel Hunt Conover, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business 
Golf 2. 

Wanda Faye Huss Lincolnton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
ACE 3; BSU 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2; YWCA 1; WAA 1, 2, 3; 
Hacawa 3; Dean's List 1, 2; Sigma Kappa Sorority 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 
3; Professor's Assistant 2, 3; Lab Assistant 1; Tutorial Program 3; 
(Three-year student). 

James Eugene Icenhour Taylorsville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Physical Education and Health 
Wingate College 1, 2; Basketball 4; Baseball 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; 
Letterman 3, 4. 

Nancy Jane Isenhour Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Btisitiess 
(Three-year student.) 

Fern Manthey Isenhower Tarpon Springs, Fla. 

A.B. Degree in History 
NE,-\ 4; Music Club 1, 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3; Student Cabinet 
3; House Council 3; Summer Commission 3; Committee on Elections 
and Open Forums 3; Social Committee (CCC) 3; Delta Zeta Sorority 

1. 2, 3, 4; Best Dressed 3. 

Christa Amelia Janz Jackson\'ille, Fla. 

B.S. Degree in Biology 

Florida State University 1; German Club 2, 3, 4; Canterbury 4; LSA 

2, 3, 4; Student Court 3, Recorder 3: House Council 3, 4; Summer 
Commission 3, 4; Lenoii Rhyneau 2, 3. 4, Feature Editor 4; Dean's 
List 2, 3, 4; Iota Epsijon Omega 2, 3, 4; j\lu Sigma Epsilon 3, 4; Chi 
Beta Phi 3, 4; IT'ho's Wlio Among Sttidents in American Universities 
and Colieges 4; Professor's Assistant 2. 3, 4; Lab Assistant 3; Office 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Cecilia Willard Pre Medical Scholarship 4; Hickory 
Business \\'omen's Student Scholarship. 

Dorhance William Jarrett Salisbury, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in History 

JiMMY' Vachel Jones Bethune, S. C. 

B.S. Degree in Science 
Wingate College 1, 2; Homecoming Committee 4; Social Committee 
(CCC) 4; Theta Chi Fraternity 3, 4. 

Jerry' Wayne Kandzer Winston-Salem, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Biology 
Football 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Letterman 2, 3. 

Diana Kay' K.anoy Winston-Salem, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 

NEA 4; Band I; YWCA 1; Intramurals 1. 2. 3; Student Commission 
2; House Council 2, 4; Homecoming Committee 2, 4; May Day Com- 
mittee 1; Campus Guides 3; Dean's List 1, 2; Publicit>' Committee 
(CCC) 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3; Program Board 3; Kappa Delta Sorority 
1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2; Class Historian 3; Professor's Assistant 2, 3, 
4; Fine Arts Festi\al Committee 3. 

Paul Robert Kanupp Conover, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Sociology 
Music Club 2; Diakonia 1.2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4. 



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Ketner 



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Iris Maxcine Keever Valdes'e, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Mathematics 

NEA 4; Student Commission 2; Dean's List 3; Freshman MedaJ 1; 
Professor's Assistant 2, 3. 

BoNiTA Sue Ketner Kannapolis, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education and English 

ACE 3, 4; A Cappclla Choir 2, 3, 4; Band i, 2, 3, Junior Class 
Representative 3i Hacawa 2; Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4; Professor's Assistant 
2; Majorette 1, 2, 3, Chief Majorette 3. 

Sarah Mae Kinney Burlington, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English, B.S. in Medical Technology 
Playmakers 2; LSA I, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1; Hacawa 4; Campus 
Guides 3, 4; Social Committee (CCC) 4; North Carolina Area LSA 
Vice President 3, 4. 

Paul Daniel Kirby Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Richard Mike Kiser, Jr Vale, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
N. C. State 1; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1. 

Judy Rae Kluttz Kannapolis, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
ACE 2, 4; LSA 1; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Student Govern- 
ment Committee on Elections and Open Forums 3; Hacawa 3, 4, 
Activities Editor 3; Lenoir Hhynean 1; Campus Guides 2, 3, 4; Chairman 
Fine Arts Committee (CCC) 3, 4; Arts Festival Committee 3, 4; Program 
Board (CCC) 3, 4, Secretary 4; Publicity Committee (CCC) 2; Kappa 
Delta 2, 3, 4, Outstanding Pledge Award 2, Pledge President 2; Miss 
Lenoir Rhyne 4; Student of the Month 3, 4; Class Historian 1, 2; 
Who'-i Who Anioug Students in American Universities and Colleges 
4; Student Government Recognition for Outstanding Campus Service 
3; Lutheran Brotherhood Scholarship 4; Professor's Assistant 2; Library 
Assistant 1; Elizabeth College Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4: Outstanding Senior 
Girl. 

Carol Elizabeth Kohn Columbia, S. C. 

A.B. Degree in Sociology 
ACE 1, 2; Religious Council 2, 3; YWCA 1, 2; House Council 3; 
Spring Festival Weekend Committee 4; Lenoir Rhynean 1, 2, 3; Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3; Professor's Assistant 4; Book-of-the Semester Committee 4. 

Allan Stanley Koriakin Norton ville, N. J. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Intramurals 1; House Council 2. 

Evelyn Starr Kuykendall Hickory, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Biology 
ACE 4. 

Terry Carter Lackey Lenoir, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 

BSU 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, Vice-President 4; Religious Council 1, 

2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; Football 2, 3; Track I, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 1, 2, Track 1, 2; Student Court 4; Student Government 
Budget Committee 3; Publicity Committee (CCC) 4. 

Daniel Eugene Lail Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 

Kenneth Lambert Valdese, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Histcny 

Wingate College 1, 2. 

Margaret Lee Lambie Arlington, Va. 

A.B. Degree in French 

NEA 4; WAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Cabinet 1, 2; Student Court 3, 4, 
Recorder 4; House Council 2; Student Government Committee on Elec- 
tions and Open Forums 2; Leadership Training Committee 3; Hacawa 

3, Copy Editor 3; Campus Guides 2; Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, President 
3, 4; Pledge Sweetheart of Theta Chi 1; May Court 2; Calendar Girl 
3; Class Secretary 4; Who's Wlio Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges 4; Freshman Outstanding Service to Student 
Government 1; May Queen 4. 



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CLASS OF 1966 



Homer Carl Ledbetter, Jr Salisbury, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in History and Economics 
George Ray Lentz Kannapolis, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Homecoming Committee 3. 4; Spring Festival \^^eekend Committee, 
Co Chairman 3; Hacawa 1; Lenoir RJiynean 1, 2, 3, 4, Managing 
Editor 3, Assistant Editor 4; Campus Guides 2, 3, 4; House Committee 
CCCC) 3, 4. Chairman 4; Publicity Committee (CCC) 2, 3; Program 
Board 4; Interfraternity Council 3, 4. Secretary-Treasurer 4; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 3. \'ice-President 4; Student of the 
Month 3. 4; Iota Epsilon Omega 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 3. President 4; 
Student Goxemment Recognition 3; Book Store 2; Switchboard 3, 4; 
President's Commission 4; Co-Chairman of Decoration Committee for 
Presentation Ball 3; Program and Alumni Committee for Homecoming 
4; IV/io's IV/io Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. 

Ronald V. Leonard Ft. Lauderdale, Fli. 

A.B. Degree in History 

Playmakers 4; Diakonia I, 4; LSA 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Homecoming 
Committee 4; Lenoir Hhynean 2, 3, 4, Circulation Manager 4; Dean's 
List 1; Interfraternity Council 3, 4; Theta Xi 3, 4. Secretary 4; Iota 
Epsilon Omega 3, 4; Lab Assistant 4; Interfraternity Pledge Council 
3; Delegate to Washington Lutheran Student Seminar on Governmental 
Affairs 3, 4. 

Virginia Lee Lewis Stanley, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Religious Education 
Lutheran School for Church Workers 3; College Sunday School Class 
1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3; LSA 1, 2, 3; Religious Council 3; YWCA 
1, 2, 3; Orator's Medal 3. 

Elaine Edythe Leypoldt Kendall Park, N. J. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
ACE 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Playmakers 1; Intramurals 1, 2. 3: 
Leadership Training Committee 2; Publicity Committee 3; Spring Festival 
Weekend Committee 2; Hacawa I, 2. 3. 4, Junior Class Editor 3. 
Senior Class Editor 4; Campus Cluidcs 2. 3; Dean's List 2, 3; House 
Committee (CCC) 2. 3, 4, Secretary 3; Panhellenic CouncU 3, 4, 
Secretary 4; Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Pledge Class President 1, Secretary 
3; Iota Epsilon Omega 3. 4; Who's Wlw Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges 4. 

Leola Luckadoo Linder Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Commercial Education 

Robert Reid Lineberger Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Education 
Intramurals 2; Student Cabinet 2; Committee on Awards and Citations 
1; Campus Guides 1; Social Committee (CCC) 2; Interfraternity Council 
1; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1. 2, 3, 4, President 4; Class of '66 Spirit Week 
Chairman 3, 4; Class of '66 Executive Committee 3, 4. 

Phyllis Bowman Little Taylorsville, IV. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
Appalachian State Teachers College 1; ACE 4. 

Barry Milton Long Lincolnton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Music 

Lynn L. Love Andrews, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Economics 
Intramurals 3, 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 3, 4, Secretary 4. 

Harold Wayne Lutz Mt. Pleasant, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Mathematics 

Patricia Downs McCall Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
(Three-year student.) 

Sandra Marilda McClellan Charlotte, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
Elon College 1; Gardner- Webb College 2; ACE 4; Lenoir Rhyneau 3; 
Kappa Delta 3, 4. 



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Jo HiERGESELL McCreary Valdese, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Special Education 

Wingate College I, 2; Salem College 3; Dean's List 4; Federal Scholarship 
for Education of the Deaf 4. 

Thomas C. McGalliard Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Econotnics 
Intramurals 1, 2; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2. 

Neill Roderick McGeachy, Jr Statesville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Physical Education 
NEA 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 1: Football 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 

3, 4, Co Captain 3, 4; Track 3, 4: Letterman 2, 3, 4; All-District 
Basketball 3; House Council 4; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges 4. 

Martha Elizabeth McNeil Catawba, Va. 

A.B. Degree in History 

NEA 3; Intramurals 2, 3; (Three-year student). 

Audrey Helen Marshall Granite Falls, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Editcation 
Winthrop College 1; ACE 4; Student Commission 4; Hacawa 4. 

Barbara Jean Meiers Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
ACE 3; German Club 2; College Sunday School Class 1; LSA 1, 2, 
3; Religious Council 2; YWCA 2, 3; House Council 2, 3; Office Staff 
1; (Three-year student). 

Edward Philip Mertz, Jr Havclock, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Sociology 

Band 1, 2; Diakonia 1; LSA 1; Intramurals 1; Lenoir Rhynean 3, 4; 
Dining Hall 1, 2, 3. 

Jeanne Ollie Metts Lincolnton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Education 
St. Andrews Presbyterian College 1; NEA 4; \\'estminster Fellowship 
2: Spring Festival Weekend Committee 3; Lenoir Rhynean 3, Assistant 
Business Manager 3; Panhellenic Council 3, 4, President 4; Sigma Kappa 

2, 3, 4; Iota Epsilon Omega 3, 4. 

Carolyn Lutz Miller Newton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Commercial Education and Social Studies 

Robert Allen Miller Lancaster, Pa. 

B.S. Degree in Chemistry 
House Council 3; Tau Kappa Epsilon 2, 3, 4; Professor's Assistant 3; 
Lab Assistant 3, 4. 

Phyllis Bruce Moffitt Libert)', N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
ACE 3. 4; Playmakers 1; Radio Staff 1, 2. 3; YWCA 1, 2, 3; House 
Council 2; Spring Festi\'al Weekend Committee 3; Hacawa 1, 2, 3, 

4. Freshman Class Co Editor 1, Sophomore Class Editor 2, Co-Copy 
Editor 3, CoE^itor 4; S udent Publications Committee 3, 4; Campus 
Guides 2, 3; House Committee (CCC) 4; Sigma Kappa Sorority 2, 

3, 4, Pledge Class President 2, Second Vice-President 4, President 3; 
Iota Epsilon Omega 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Who's Who Among Students 
in American Unii'ersities and Colleges 4; Student of the Month 4. 

Robert D. Montgomery Greensboro, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Economics 

Westminster Fellowship 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Intramurals 
1, 2. 3, 4; Student Commission 1; House Council 2, 3. 

Junius Eugene Moser, Jr Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in History and Economics 
East Carolina College 1; Football 2; Golf 3, 4; Track 4; Tennis 4; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Leslie Howard Murphy Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Athiiiiiistratioii 

Frances Ellen Neill Barium Springs, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Biology 
NEA 4; Playmakers 2; Westminster Fellowship 2; Lab Assistant 3, 4. 

Richard Christian Nininger Roanoke, Va. 

A.B. Degree in Economics 
Playmakers I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4; Intramurals 2. 

James Russell Noggle Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Adiuinislrcition 

Frieda Lillie Rose Nordman Charlotte, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 
NEA 4; Young Republicans Club 3. Secretary 3: Intramurals 2. 3; 
Student Cabinet 4; Student Commission 3; House Council 2. 3. 4; 
Homecomins Committee 3, 4, Cbairman Dance Committee 3, Co- 
Chairman 4; Lenoir Hhvnean 3, Feature \A'riter 3; Campus Guide 
3; Social Committee (C(3C) 2, 3; Student of the Month 4; Class 
President 4; "Rat" Queen 2; Talent Sho^v Committee of Camnus Guides 
2; Who's WJio Among Students in .Antcricnn Universities and CoUeges 4. 

Nelson Eddy Norris Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business 

Sally Spencer Osboen High Point, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Sociology 
Choir 1. 2. 3, 4. Secretary-Treasurer 4: LSA I; YWCA I, 2; Intra- 
murals 1. 2. 3, 4; Spring Festi\'al M'eekend Committee 3; Hacawa 

1, 2, 3, 4; Leiioir Rhynean 4, Greek Editor 4; Campus Guide 2, 3; 
House Committee (CCC) 4; Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3. 4, \'ice President 
4; Library Assistant 1; Professor's Assistant 2; Co-Chairman Senior 
Spirit Week 4. 

Caroly'n Page Palmer Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Educntion 
Queens College 1, 2; ACE 4. 

David Wayne Parker Wadesboro, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business ,Administration 

Wingate College 1; Recreation Committee (CCC) 2, 3; Theta Chi 

2, 3, 4. 

Bobby Allen Patterson Statesville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Health and Physical Education 
Mitchell College 1, 2. 

Belton John Peele, III Fayetteville, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Biology 
^^'ingate College 1; Intramurals 2, 3; Sigma Phi Epsilon 2, 3; (Three- 
year student). 

John Charles Pentecost Charlotte, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 

Linda Juanene Phelps Kannapolis, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English and Spanish 
NEA 3, 4; Hacawa 2; Dean's List 1, 3; Lutheran Brotherhood Scholar- 
ship 1; Professor's Assistant 2. 



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Charles Luther Phillips Conover, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Sociology 

Diakonia 1, 2; LSA 1, 2; Office Staff 1, 2, 3. 

Evelyn Maxine Poole Denver, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 

ACE 3; Choir 1, 2; Young Republicans Club 2; Hacawa 2, 3, Editor 
of Facuhy ani Student Directory 3; (Three-year student). 

Gail Bla?k Pope Statesville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Physical Education 

Mitchell College 1; NEA 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; WAA 2, 3, 4. 

James Roy Qualls Oak Ridge, Tenn. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 

Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Court 
3. 4: House Council 2, 3, 4; House Committee 3t Interfraternitv Council 
3, 4, President 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Mnio's Who 
Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4, 

Barbara Jane Rice Key Bisciyne, Fla. 

A.B. Degree in Health and Physical Education 
NEA 4; WAA 1, 2, 3, President 4; Lenoir Pihynean 3; Social Committee 
fCCC) 3; Campus Guide 2; Kappa Delta I. 2. 3, 4; Freshman Daisy 
Mae; Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4; Lab Assistant 2; Tutor 3; May 
Court Attendant 4. 

James Dinges Riley, Jr Berryville, Va. 

A.B. Degree in German and English 
Music Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Diakonia 4, Treasurer 4; Student 
Body Treasurer 4; Student Cabinet 4; Student Commission 3; House 
Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Chairman Budget Committee 4; Concert Lecture 
Series Committee 3; Campus Guide 4; House Committee (CCC) 
4; Freshman Chemistry Medal; Professor's Assistant 3. 4; Mimeograph 
Printing Dept. 1; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges 4; Student of the Month 4. 

John Tucker Robinson, Jr Concord, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Biology 
Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4, Assistant Chairman 
3, Chairman 4; Spring Festival Weekend Committee 3; Campus Guides 

2, 3; Recreation Committee (CCC) 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3, 4; Program 
Board 3, 4, Assistant Chairman 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4, Correspond- 
i">i> Secetary 4; Student of the Month 3. 4; College Center 3, 4; Student 
Government Certificate of Merit 3; Social Committee Chairman 1; 
Representative to BNE 3; Representative to Program Board Convention 
3; Representati\'e for College Day 3; Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities and Colleges 4. 

Fred Marshall Rollins Gastonia, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in History 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4. 

Nancy Rebecca Rollins Shelby, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
ACE 3; Cheerleader 2. 3; House Council 3; Delta Zeta 1. 2, 3; Calendar 
Girl 2; (Three year student). 

Barbara Bowman Roock Conover, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
ACE 3, 4. 

Carol Lynn Ross Lake Wales, Fla. 

A.B. Degree in Sociology 
Playmakers I; Religious Council 2, 3, 4; Westminster 1, 2, 3, 4, 
President 2, Secretary 4; YWCA 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheer- 
leader I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Chief 3, Chief 4; Student Commission 2; House 
Council 2; Campus Council 2, 4; Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 

3, Chaplain 4; Homecoming Queen 4; May Court 3; Lab Assistant 2; 
IV/io's Who Among Students in American Unii'ersities and Colleges 4; 
Student of the Monlh 4. 

AuNDRiA Carol Rudisill Newton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
Appalachian State Teachers College 1; ACE 3, 4. 

Sheila M. Rudisill Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
Playmakers 3. 



Rollins, N. 



Roock 



Rudisill, S. 







Rudisill, \'. 



Rufty 



Sadler 



Schiele 



Schwalm 



CLASS OF 1966 



VicKi Lee Rudisili Lincolnton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elevisntary Education 

ACE 4; Band 3, 4; Radio Staff I, 2, 3. 4; Vouns Democrals Club 
3; WAA 2, 3, 4; Lenoir Rhyueau 2; Campus Guides 2, 3; House 
Committee (CCC) 4; Sigma Kappa 2, 3, 4, Pledge Class Treasurer 

2, Recording Secretary' 4; Professor's Assistant 1, 3, 4. 

Judy Carol Rufty Salisbury, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Heal'.h and Physical Education 
NEA 4; YWCA 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4; WAA 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's 
List 3. 

Ann Elizabeth Sadler Leesville, S. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 

ACE 4; Playmakers 1; Choir 4; Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Westminster 1, 2, 3. 4, 
Treasurer 4; YWCA 3, 4; Hacawa 1. 2; Library Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Frederick Bradford Schietf. Tr Norristown, Pa. 

A.B. DePree ;"" Ric;/"''^'; 

PlpvmakpTS 1. 2, 4: TTitramui-als 4: Stu'l'^nt Cabinet 3: Student Com- 
micRion 4; Hou«<=' Council 4: Lpidprsbi'i Trainine Committee 3: Campus 
Guides 2, 3; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Kappa Big Brother 3. 

Joanne Louise Schwalm Lyndhurst, Ohio 

A.B. Desree in Mnih"ni'yt'rs 

Music Club 1: Tntramurals 1: Mouse Counril 3: Lenoir Rhvnean 1. 2, 

3. 4: Social Committee CCCC") 3. 4- lofn Eisilon Omega 2, 3, 4; Theta 
Xi Sweetheart 4; Professor's Assistant 2, 3. 

Kenneth Charles Secrest Valdese, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Btt'C'-i-'is Adnrni'itr-tion 
-Anderson College, An-^erson, Ind. 1, 2. 

Dennis Lee Setzer Lincolnton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Socio^ogr 

Playmakers 1, 2; Diakonia 1. 4; Baseball I; Campus Guides 2; Class 
\'ice-President 1. 

Gaye Nelle Setzer Claremont, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Mathematics 

Dean's List 1; Chi Beta Phi 2, 3, Historian 2, Reporter 3; (Three- 
year student). 

Katherine Louise Setzer Claremont, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Sociology 
(Three-year student.) 

Jane Fox Sharpe Taylorsville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 

Jim Lawrence Sherrill Statesville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Charles Edgar Shook Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 

Mitchell College 1; .-XCE 2, 3, First \'ice-President 3; Professor's Assistant 
2, 3; Lab Assistant 2, 3; (Three year student). 

Brenda Louise Sigmon Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3; (Threc->'ear student). 



S.crc;.t 
Setzer, D. 



Setzer, G. 
Setzer, K. 



Sharpe 
Sherrill 



Shook 
Sigmon 





Sigmon 



Simmons, 



Simmons, J. 



Simpson 



Sipe 



CLASS OF 1966 





mmim 



Sloop 
Smith, E. 




Smith, G. 
Smith, J. 



Smith, P. S. 
Smith, P. L. 



Southard 
Speagle 



Stephen Douglas Sigmon Newton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 
Music Club 2; Forensics 1, 2; Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 3, 
President 4; Diakonia 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, Vice-President 4. 

Bhenda Newton Simmons Morganton, N. C. 

A.B, Degree in Primary Educaticm 
Appalachian State Teachers College 1, 2; ACE 4. 

Jerky Lee Simbions Hickory, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Biology 
Choir 1. 

Mary Thompson Simpson Hickon', N. C. 

A.B, Degree in Primary Education 

Glenn Wayne Sipe Conover, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 
Diakonia 1, 4, Secretary 4; Declaimer's Medal 2. 

Michael B. Sloop Kannapolis, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Intramurals 1, 2. 

Earl Melvin Smith Jacksonville, Fla. 

A.B. Degree in Philosophy 
Jacksonville University 1; Choir 2; Diakonia 2, 3, 4; LSA 2; Rehgious 
Council 3, Treasurer 3; Student Court 3; Budget Committee 3; Concert- 
Lecture Series Committee 3; Dean's List 3, 4; Lab Assistant 3, 4. 

Gary Dean Smith Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
Diakonia 1. 

Jeanne Elizabeth Smith Salisbury, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
ACE 2, 4; WAA 2, 3, 4; President's Commission 4; Budget Conmiittee 
3; Conmiittee on Historical Documentation 3; Publicity Committee 3, 
4, Secretary 3; Hacawa I, 2, 3; Campus Guide 2, 3; Delta Zeta 
1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3, President 4; May Court 1; Class 
Secretary 2; Class Treasurer 3; Miss Hacawa Candidate 2; Lab Assistant 
3; Co-Chairman Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3; Maid of Honor 4. 

Patricia Sue Smjth Hickor>', N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary and Special Education 
Western Carolina 1; MSM 2; Professor's Assistant 3. 

Patsy Lail Smith Connelly Springs, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
^'EA 4. 

Charles Robert Southard High Point, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Chemistry 
Band 1, 2. 

Paul Sedrick Speagle, Jr Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Economics 
Intramurals 1; Sigma Phi Epsilon 1, 2, 3, President of Pledge Class 1; 
(Three-year student). 



Patsy Ann Stamey Lincolnton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree iu Sociology 
NEA 3. 

\'iRGiNiA Elizabeth Stamey Valdese, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Mathematics 
Dean's Lisl 1; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4. 

Greta Lynn Starnes Granite Falls, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
ACE 2. 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 4: Hacawa 

2, 3, 4; Campus Guide 3, 4; Kappa Delta 3, 4, President of Pledge 
Class 3. 

Linda Ruth Steelman Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in History 
NEA 3; Dean's List 1, 2; (Three -year student). 

EvvELL Alexander Stevenson, Jr Statesville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

James Jeneil Stewart Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
CThree-year student.) 

Nancy June Stoudt Charlotte, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
.\CE 1, 2, 3, 4; House Council 2; Library Assistant 2, 3, 4. 

Judy Deal Stroupe Valdese, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in French and English 
NEA 3; (Three-year student). 

Bill Pickering Sweet Albemarle, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Physical Education 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 3, 4; Recreation Committee (CCC) 4. 

Lottie Huffman Swink Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 
NE.A 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2. 3, 4; Who's Wlw Among Students in 
A»iericiin Universities and Colleges 4. 

Russell Gene Swink Connelly Springs, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Physical Education 

Gardner-Webb College 1, 2; NEA 4; Track 3, 4; Intramurals 3; Letter- 
man 3, 4. 

Margaret Jeanne Taylor Virginia Beach, Va. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
ACE I. 2, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3. 4; LSA I; WAA I, 2, 3, 4; Student Cabinet 
4; Homecoming Committee 3; Hacawa 1, 2. 3, 4, Greek Editor 2, 4, 
Features Editor 3; Lenoir Riivnenn 2; Campus Guide 2. 3, 4; Social 
Committee (CCC) 4; Delta Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 

3, First A'ice-President 4; Iota Epsilon Omega 3, 4, Chaplain 3; May 
Court 2; Class Secretary 3; Cabinet Representative 4; Co-Chairman of 
Jr. Sr. Banquet 3. 

Michael Hoyle Taylor Lincolnton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 
Choir 3; Diakonia 1. 2, 3. 4; LS.A I: Religious Council 4; Student 
Cabinet 4; House Council 2, 3. 4, Secretar>'-Treasurer 3, President 
4; Lenoir Hliyjtenn 3; Campus Guide 2. 4, Co-Director 4; Sigma Kappa 
Big Brother 3: Iota Epsilon Omega 4, Chaplain 4; Student of the Month 
4; Class \'ice-President 3; President's Commission 4; Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. 



Stamey, P. 
Stamey, V. 



Starnes 
Steelman 



Stevenson 
Stewart 



Stoudt 
Stroupe 




Sweet 



Swink, L. 



nk, R. 



Taylor, M. J. 



Taylor, M. H. 





Taylor 
Teague 



Teed 
Teeter 



Thompson 
Truesdail 



Walker 
Wall 



ScoTTY Gene Taylor Barium Springs, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Biology 
Religious Council 4; Westminster Fellowship I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 

2, 3, President 4; Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4; Lenoir Pihynean 1, 2; Dean's 
List 1; Theta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4; Dining Hall 1. 

William Bedford Teague, Jr Granite Falls, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 

Ronald Edwin Teed Little Mountain, S. C. 

A.B. Degree in Philosophy 

Diakonia 1, 2, 3; LSA 1, 2; Class Chaplain 2, 3; Professor's Assistant 

3, 4; Lab Assistant 2. 

Earl Bangle Teeter, Jr Gastonia, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Biology 

N. C. State 1; German Club 3; PJaymakers 2, 3; Tau Kappa Epsilon 
3, 4; Lab Assistant 2, 3. 

Mary Melissa Thompson Statesville, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
Mitchell College 1, 2; ACE 3, 4; Intramurals 3; Publicity Committee 4. 

George Franklin Truesdail Brevard, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Physical Education 
Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Student Director 4; Lenoir 
Pihynean 4; Campus Guides 3; Letterman 1. 2, 3; Professor's Assistant 4. 

Raymond Ervin Walker Morganton, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Young Republicans Club 2; BSU 1. 

Donald Clifton Wall Spray, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Physical Education 

Lees McRae College I, 2; NEA 4; MSM 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Intramurals 
3, 4; Letterman 3. 

Lloyd James Watson Lenoir, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Health and Physical Education 
Gardner- Webb College 1, 2, 3; NEA 4; Baseball 4; Intramurals 4. 

Thomas Hiott Watson, Jr Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Physical Education 
Gardner- Webb College 1. 

Ann Wolfe Watts Scotts, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
Mitchell College 1, 2; ACE 3. 

David Hanford Webb Charlotte, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Eiiglish 
College Sunday School I; Diakonia 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 
4; LSA I; Religious Council 4; House Council 2, 3, President 3; 
Social Committee 3; Honor System Committee 1. 

Conrad Bowman Wessell, HI Goldsboro, N. C. 

B.S. Degree in Biology 
German Club 3, 4; Playmakers 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Radio Staff 
1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4; Spring Festival Weekend 
Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; House Committee (CCC) 4; Alpha Psi Omega 
3, 4, President 4; E. J. Sox Playmaker Award 3; Auditorium Crew 
1, 2, 3, 4, Student Center Technician 3, 4. 



Watson, L. 



Watson, T. 



Watts 



Webb 



Wessell 





West 



Whisnant 



White 



Whitener, A. 



Whitener, D. 



CLASS OF 1966 



Michael Cloer West Lenoir, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 

Barry Wade Whisnant Claremont, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
N. C. State 1, 2. 

Darryl Lawrence White Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 

Alice Carolyn Whitener Vale, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 
ACE 3; (Three-year student). 

Donald Ray Whitener Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Mathematics 
NEA 3, 4; Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4. 

Sandra Kay Wiles Hiddenite, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Elementary Education 

ACE 3, 4, President 4; Radio Staff 3; BSU 3, 4; YWCA 3; Intramurals 
3; Campus Guide 4; Dean's List 3; Publicity Committee (CCC) 3, 4, 
Chairman 4; Program Board 4; Class Historian 4; Professor's Assistant 
3, 4; Arts Festival Committee 4; President's Commission 4. 

Thomas Richard Williams, III Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Mathematics 

BSU 1; Chi Beta Phi 3, 4, Chaplain 3, President 4; Professor's As- 
sistant 3, 4. 

Sarah Elizareth Willis Maiden, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in English 
NEA 1; Professor's Assistant 1; Lab Assistant 1; (Three-year student.). 

Judy Kaye Wilson Vale, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Primary Education 
ACE 3; (Three-year student). 

Winston Earth Wine, Jr Staunton, Va. 

A.B. Degree in History 

Diakonia 1; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; 
Letterman 1, 2, 3: Intramurals Sports Assistant 3. 

Boyd Lafayette Yount Hickory, N. C. 

A.B, Degree in Business Administration 

Parian Stephen Yount Hickory, N. C. 

A.B. Degree in Business Administration 
Intramurals 4; Theta Xi 3, 4. 



Wiles 
Williams 



Willi! 



Yount, B. 




^^m 



Yount, F. 




EPILOGUE 



We have called this year OUR year 
hi the sequence of the Lenoir Rhyne 
experience. 




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The past has formed her; 
The future may change her; 
Yet this is our part, OUR year. 



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This is Lenoir Rhyne 



in her 75th Year 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 

Each is a part of Lenoir Rhyne; 
the school is a part of Hickory. 

Just as there is an exchange 
between individual 
and institution, 
there is mutual support 
of college and community. 

We give to the community- 
facilities, education, 
entertainment. 

We receive 
benefactors, 
interested supporters, 
a home for four years. 

As the town has made 
our college welcome, 
it has made the record 
of OUR year possible 
through 
ADVERTISEMENTS. 




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"They deem me mad hecause 
I will not sell my days for gold; 
And I deem them mad hecause 
they think my days have a 
■price" 

Kahlil Gibran 




Compliments of 

THE MEN'S SHOP 

HICKORY, N. C. 



Congratulations to the 
CLASS of 1966 

LUCY LOU FASHIONS 

N. College Ave. Phone 464-3061 

NEWTON, N. C. 

"The Home of Fabulous Fashions, Coats, Suits, Dresses, 
Sportswear — 'Villager Classics' " 



OASIS 


DINER 








Dining Room 


. . . Cafeteria . 

OPEN 9:00 A.M. 12:00 


. . Curb 

P.M. 


Service 




Phone 324-6733 




Hwy. 70 & 90th St., S. 


W. 



* 



FIDELITY FEDERAL 

SAVINGS i. LOAN ASSOCIATION 




J FIDELITY FEDERAL 

SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 



IINSUREDU SERVING HICKORY SINCE 1912 




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SHERRILL ICE & FUEL 
COMPANY 

HICKORY, N. C. 

Fuel Oil, Kerosene and 
High Quality Coal 



Compliments 
of 

MELVILLES 

HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA 



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Hickory Sporting Goods Company 

WE SUPPLY THE BEARS 



THE PIZZA DEN 

Phone 323-3781 1129 2nd St., N.E. 

Eat In or Carry Out 



Congratulations to the 

CLASS OF 1966 

VOIGT R. CROMER 
College Center 



EVERY CITY HAS AN OUTSTANDING STORE 
... IN HICKORY IT'S CORNER CASUALS 



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R 

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R 




CASUALS 



Ford Sales and Service Since 1915 



SALES 



219 1st Ave., S. W. 




SERVICE 



HICKORY, N. C. 




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"QUALITY READY-MIXED CONCRETE WHEN YOU 


WANT IT" 


CONCRETE 






MATERIAL AND 


SUPPLY, 


INC. 


DIVISION OF ELLIOTT 


BUILDING COMPANY 


PLANT LOCATION: NORTH HICKORY, N. C. 




P. 0. BOX 400 




327-5471—327-4962 


HICKORY, N. C. 





CLARK TIRE & AUTO SUPPLY CO. 

Goodyear Tires, Tubes, Batteries 
Accessories — G. E. Appliances 

103 Main Ave. PI., S. W. 

HICKORY, N. C. 



r.OOD.-'YEAK 
^ TIRES. -"■ 




Phone 345-3126 



Compliments 
of 

THE JAMES CO. 



Compliments of 



SASLOW'S CREDIT JEWELERS 



LENOIR, N. C. 



Congratulations to the 


CLASS OF 1966 


CENTRAL TELEPHONE CO. 


115 3rd Street, N. W. 


HICKORY, N. C. 



EASY FABRIC 



331 Highland Avenue, S. E. 
HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA 



"Smart Styling Begins With the Fahric" 



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Comliments 
of 

A FRIEND 



^ 



GLASS 

Quality Products of 

LEADING GLASS & 

ALUMINUM MANUFACTURERS 

KAWNEER ALUMINUM PRODUCTS 

STORE FRONTS & ENTRANCES 

insulated glass — canopies — mirrors 

framed & unframed — storm panels — storm doors 

patio siding — aluminum doors — plexiglass 

glasweld & other allied items 

STANDARD GLASS CO., INC. 

161 8th St. Dr., S. E.— HICKORY 
Call 327-9197 or 327-2008 




DISCOUNT 
CENTER 



HIGHWAY 64-70 AT FOURTH STREET, SW 



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COLLEGE BOOK STORE 

BOOKS— SCHOOL SUPPLIES— TOILET ARTICLES— STATIONERY 
CARDS— JEWELRY— SOUVENIRS— COSMETICS 

LENOIR RHYNE COLLEGE 

HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA 

MRS. E. ). SOX, Manager 



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Congratulations to the Administration and 
Faculty of LENOIR RHYNE COLLEGE upon the 
completion of seventy-five years of continous 
service in Christian Education. We extend greet- 
ings and best wishes to the GRADUATING 
CLASS OF 1966. 



HOWELL MANUFACTURING COMPANY 



CHERRYVILLE, N. C. 



OUR COMPLIMENTS TO 

LENOIR RHYNE COLLEGE 

ITS FACULTY AND STUDENTS 

AND TO THE 

SENIOR CLASS OF 1966 



HENRY RIVER MILLS 

HENRY RIVER, N. C. 



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Carolina Natural Gas Corporation 

Serving the Catawba Valley with Natural Gas 
— The Economy Fuel For Modern Living 



C. G. FOX LUMBER COMPANY, INC. 

DEALERS IN 

Rough and Finished Lumber and 
Appalachian Hardwood Flooring 

Phone 345-2239 

HICKORY, N. C. 



Congratulations from the 

CAROLINA THEATRE 

AND 

HICKORY DRIVE-IN THEATRE 

Movies are your best entertainment 



COLE'S JEWELRY STORE 



Incorporated 



Quality Gifts That Always Please 



Compliments of 

ZERDEN'S 

& 

YOUNG MEN'S SHOP 

Two Fine Stores 
To Serve You 



Compliments of 

JOHN F. HUNSUCKER 

Representing 
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. 

NEWTON, N. C. 



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BLACKWELDER OIL COMPANY 

HICKORY, N. C. 



Compliments of 

Abernethy Transfer & Storage 
Company 

Moving A Specialty 

All Kinds Light and Heavy Hauling 

HICKORY, N. C. 



BILTMORE DAIRY FARMS 

HICKORY, N. C. 



Quality Dairy Products 



Phone 345-3197 



F. 


W. 


Woo worth 


Co. 




A 


Sign of Progress 

J. M. Hay, Manager 





Coast to Coast 

ONE HOUR 
"MARTINIZING" 

the most in DRY CLEANING 



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Compliments of 




®Ij^ Olraiitttnual : 


g^lj0p 


Village Plaza 




HICKORY, N. C. 






Compliments of 



l/Uiifona florist 

Flowers For Every Occasion 

531 Second Avenue, S. W. 
Phone 327-5166 



CATAWBA CONCRETE 
PRODUCTS COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 

"SOLITE" 
MASONRY UNITS 

HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA 

Phone 322-6231 





Compliments of 


BELK-BROOME COMPANY 


"The 


Home of Better Values" 




HICKORY, N. C. 



Compliments of 



Hickory Chair Company 



Makers of 



CHAIRS AND UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE 



HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA 



1S9 



mmm caroliih furniture cu., 


INC. 


MANUFACTURERS 




Post Office Box 1148 




HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA 





HICKORY PRINTING COMPANY 

COMMERCIAL PRINTING 
OFFICE SUPPLIES— RUBBER STAMPS 



542 Main Ave, S. E. 

HICKORY, N. C. 



345-4151 




All 

Your 

Cost-of-Living 

Items are 

Up... 



BUT ONE! 

In the past 20 years alone, most cost-of- 
living items have just about doubled in 
price . . . 

Except for electricity, which has actu- 
ajly come down! 

Fact! — Since 1943, the average cost 
of a kilowatt hour to Duke Power resi- 
dential customers has drop ped more 
than one-third. In that same period, the 
use of electricity has increased over 4 
times, while the standard of living has 
gone up correspondingly. 

It's truer today than aver before . . . 
you live better, for less, electrically. 




NINTH AVENUE PHARMACY 

"Opposite The Post Office" 
Your Prescription Specialist 



345-2229— FREE DELIVERY 



North Hickory Furniture Company 

Manufacturers 

UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE 

HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA 



FRIDAY REALH CO. 

Fidelity Federal Building 

P. 0. Box 636 

HICKORY, N. C. 



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The Student) Choice 
Smce 1891 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK 
Of CATAWBA COUNTY 

Member Federal Reserve System • Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 

YOUR FULL SERVICE FAMILY BANK SINCE 1891 

CLAREMONT • CONOVER • HICKORY • HIGHLAND • LONGVIEW 
MIDLAND • NEWTON • VIEWMONT 










Compliments of 




CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF 1966 


WEST-DEAL COMPANY 




CATAWBA DUNBRICK CO. 


266 Union Square 




BLOCK BRICK TILE 


THE QUALITY SHOP FOR MEN 




905 12th Street Dr., N. W. 
345-7119 


HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA 




HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA 


Good Luck 




Compliments of 


Class of 1966 




HICKORY 


CENTER THEATRE 




FUNERAL HOME, INC. 


Catering to Students 




Ambulance Service 
Funeral Directors 


THE SHOWPLACE OF HICKORY 




Dial 345-2117 HICKORY, N. C. 



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TEXTILES... 

on the way UP! 




Today's textile industry plays a modern, dynamic role in our 

lives through its continuing scientific research and development. 

Cone Mills is an important part of this great industry. 

If you are interested in joining a progressive team of people 
engaged in production, administration, research and sales, 
come to see us or write our Industrial Relations Department. 



CONE MILLS CORPORATION 

"Where fabrics of tomorrowr are vroven today." 



EXECUTIVE OFFICES MANUFACTURING PLANTS— Avondale, Cliffside, Greensboro, Forest City, 

Greensboro, N. C. Salisbury, Pinevillc, Reidsville, Gibsonville, Haw River and Hillsboro in 

North Carolina. Greenville in South Carolina. 



FINISHING PUNTS 

Carlisle & Greenville, S. C. 
Greensboro & Haw River, N. C. 



SALES HEADQUARTERS - Cone Mills Inc., New York 




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HICKORY INTERNATIONAL 
TRUCK SALES, INC. 

INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 
PARTS— SERVICE 

Hwy. 70 S. W. Phone 345-4153 



WEAVER INSURANCE AGENCY, 
INC. 

COMPLETE 

INSURANCE 

SERVICE 
Fid. Fed. S & L BIdg. Phone 324-6239 

HICKORY, N. C. 



JOHNSON'S ^SSO) SERVICE 

ATLAS TIRES, TUBES & BATTERIES 
WASHING— LUBRICATING— POLISHING 

1519 Highland Ave., N. E. 
Dial 322-9947 



Compliments of 

MEDICAL CENTER 
PHARMACY 



Compliments of 

CATAWBA PAPER BOX 
COMPANY 

HICKORY, N. C. 
GIFT BOXES 



Compliments of 

OLE HICKORY 

RESTAURANT 



across from . . 
Fidelity Federal 



& LOUNGE 



4 1st Ave., N. W. 







Compliments of 


J. 


c. 


. PENNEY CO. 

HICKORY, N. C. 



J. L. GOODMAN & SON 

Welding — General Repairs 
Boiler Works 



Phone 345-2181 



HICKORY, N. C. 



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Congratulations 


To The 
and 


Class of 1966 


BEST OF LUCK TO OUR GRADUATING SISTERS: 


AMY BUFFALOE 




BONITA KETNER 


NANCY CHAMBERS 




B. J. LANNING 


JEANNE COLES 




PHYLLIS MOFFITT 


ALIX FREED 




VICKI RUDISILL 


ANN HORNBUCKLE 




)UDY TULLER 


WANDA HUSS 




LINDA WILLIAMS 


SIGMA KAPPA SORORITY 



DELTA ZETA SORORITY 



Congratulations to the 

CLASS OF 1966 

and 

Best of Luck to Our 

GRADUATING SISTERS: 



SUZANNE BOST 
ANN EDWARDS 
jUDI GINADER 
DIANA GROCE 
lANICE HEARNE 
DORIS HOYLE 



BETH HOUSER 
FERN ISENHOWER 
NANCY ROLLINS 
lEANNIE SMITH 
PEGGY TAYLOR 
CAROLYN WHITLEY 



ZETA TAU ALPHA FRATERNITY 



Congratulations to the 

CLASS OF 1966 

and 

Best of Luck to Our 

GRADUATING SISTER: 

lEAN DUNKER 



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KAPPA DELTA SORORITY 



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Congratulations to the 

CLASS OF 1966 

and 

Best of Luck to Our 

GRADUATING SISTERS: 



DIANA KANOY 
)UDY KLUTTZ 
SANDRA McCLELLAN 
LEE LAMBIE 



ELAINE LEYPOLDT 
SALLY OSBORN 
BARBARA RICE 
TERRI ROSS 



"Alma Mater first and Theta 
Chi for Alma Mater." 



THETA CHI FRATERNITY 

Congratulations to Our 
GRADUATING BROTHERS: 



|IM BANGLE 
GEORGE COLES 
MARK COOPER 
LARRY EAKER 
CHARLIE EDWARDS 



)IMMY JONES 
WAYNE PARKER 
BILL SELBY 
BRAD SCHIELE 
SCOTTY TAYLOR 



KING 
SIZE 



things go 

better,! 

.With 



Coke 




Bottled Under Authority of the Coca-Cola Company by 
COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., HICKORY, N. C. 



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BETTER HOMES 
FURNISHINGS COMPANY 

Complete Home Furnishings 

248 First Avenue, N. W. 

Highland Avenue 

HICKORY, N. C. 

and 

Connelly Street, VALDESE, N. C. 



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SUPERIOR CABLE CORPORATION 

GENERAL OFFICES AND PLANT . . . HICKORY, N. C. 
Serving the Modern World of Communications 



SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT DIV. 
Hickory, N. C. 



ROCKY MOUNT DIVISION 
Rocky Mount, N. C. 



BROWNWOOD DIVISION 
Brown wood, Texas 



Compliments of 

HIGHLAND 
BARBECUE 

Located One Block from Campus 



Compliments of 



Super HAYES Market 

1st Ave. and 11th St., S. W. 



Free Parking 



ABERNETHY 



CHEVROLET, INC. 



'FRIENDLY PEOPLE" 



Phone 327-9171 



S. Center St. & Hwy. 70 



HICKORY, N. C. 



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Compliments of . . . 

VOLKSWAGEN 



Your Authorized VOLKSWAGEN Dealer 

YOUNCE MOTORS, ENC. 



HICKORY, N. C. 



327-9178 




Buy Your Diamond 
With Confidence At 

ROY'S 

The Only Authorized Member In Hickory Of 
THE DIAMOND COUNCIL OF AMERICA 

25 Second Street, N. W. 



TOWN HOUSE MOTEL 
AND RESTAURANT 

2nd Ave. & S. Center St. 

In Downtown 

HICKORY, N. C. 



(K) "Copyrighr, Quolity Gakers of America Cooperotive, Inc., 1962' 



Reach for 

BATTER WHIPPED 

Sunbeam 

Homogenized 
Quality! 




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SIMMONS PHARMACY, INC. 



Your 



exoK 



Store 



"PILLS and THINGS" 

Phone 345-2175 
IN VI EWMONT— HICKORY, N. C. 



SHUFORD INSURANCE AGENCY 

219 2nd Avenue, N. W. 
HICKORY, N. C. 



Fire and Casualty Insurance 
Mutual Savings 



GRACE'S BEAUTY SALON 



219 Second Avenue, N. W. 



HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA 



H. L. Flowers J. R. Flowers D. S. Flowers 

THE FLOWERS COMPANY 

"Home of More Than A 
Million Parts" 

HICKORY, N. C 

BRANCH STORES 

Lenoir — Morgonton — Statesville — Voldese 

Taylorsville, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

HICKORY FUEL COMPANY 

KEROSENE AND FUEL OIL 

Prompt Delivery 

345-2296—345-2297 

HICKORY, N. C. 

We Give S & H Green Stamps 



Quality Food & Service 
IS OUR BUSINESS 

Try One Sandwich Company 

Sandwiches — Wholesale — Catering — Pastries 

Candies — Industriol Catering & Vending Service 

Hwy. 70 West, Hickory, N. C. 

ALBERT T. WENTZ, Operator 
Business 324-6334 Residence 322-5207 




COME ALIVE! 

You're In The Pepsi Generation 

Bottled Under Appointment of Pepsi-Cola of New York, N. Y. 

Bottled By 
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Hickory, N. C. 



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ALWAYS FRESH 

"It's PET.. 

you bet!" 



PET 



DUKV DIVISION 




AMERICA'S FINEST PORCELAIN 

HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA 

Visit The Factory 

Sales Room 

Hours 
Sunday 1-6 — Weekdays 9-5:30 

On The Old 

Lenoir Highway 

3rd Avenue Extension, N. W. 



Lenoir Rhyne Students — You Are Welcome! 


THE HICKORY mmm\ CENTER 


IS YOURS 


Athletic and Recreational Headquarters! 


It Is A Club House Belonging To All Of The 


People Of The Hickory Area 


IT IS YOURS -USE IT! 


This space contributed by Shuford Mills, Inc. 



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KING BROTHERS, 
DISTRffiUTORS, Inc. 

of 
Sealtest Dairy Products 

Highway 70 S. E. P. 0. Box 2252 

Dial 323-5553 

"Largest huyer of Grade A milk 
in Catawha County" 




ync. 

9 third st. n.w. 



China 

Silver 

Crystal 

Bridal Registry 

Gifts 

Sportswear 



HICKORY, N. C. 



C. J. Keeter's 

CENTER SHELL SERVICE 

8 First Ave., N. E. 

HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA 

call 327-3180 

"free pick-up and delivery" 



FRESH AIR SUPER 
MARKETS 

THREE STORES 

3339 1st Ave., S. W. 

22 Main Ave. Place, S. W. 

1026 2nd Ave., N. E. 

HICKORY, N. C. 



Compliments of 

KNIT-SOX KNITTING MILL, INC. 

division of 

Adams-Millis Corp. 

HIGH POINT, N. C. 



Mobile Homes • Automobiles • Furniture 


HAYAER 




Motors & Mobile Homes, 


Inc. 


Hwy. 64-70 at Startown Road 




Route 3— Box 113C 




HICKORY, N. C. 




phone 


327-0705 




327-3192 


L. E. HAVAER, JR., Vice Pres. 





Cori^pliments 
of 



HICKORY SHEET METAL CO. 



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BUMBARGER'S 

"A Good Book Store In A Good Town" 

Phone 345-2308 

HICKORY, N. C. 



THE BISANAR COMPANY 

"Fine Jewelers Since 1896" 



ORANGE BLOSSOM 
DIAMOND RINGS 



HICKORY, N. C. 



Phone 327-5156 




OBSERVER PRINTING HOUSE 
CHARLOHE, N. 0. 



Printers off 
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THE PORTRAITS APPEARING 
IN THIS YEARBOOK WERE MADE BY 




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Official Portrait Photographer 



FOR THE 1966 HACAWA 



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ADDITIONAL PICTURES MAY BE 

ORDERED FROM OUR STUDIO AS 

THESE NEGATIVES ARE KEPT 

IN OUR FILES 



14 East Hargett Street 



RALEIGH, N. C. 



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;NGRAVING COMPANY 

E, NORTH CAROLINA 



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Lenoir Rhyne 
College 



Distinctive in appearance, func- 
tional in use, the Voigt R. Cromer 
College Center is a tribute to 



the Lenoir Rhyne student and his 
role in building a greater college. 
By his vigorous search for truth, 
dedicated to self-improvement, 
and service to the college com- 
munity, he develops qualities that 
are a blessing to himself and a 
credit to his institution. His stu- 
dent attainments are a prelude 
to alumnus successes reflecting 
loyalty to his Alma Mater and 
inspiration to those students who 
follow. 




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COLLEGE DIRECTORY 



ADMrNISTRATION 



Aderholdt, Miss Aileen, 526 1st St., N.W., Hickory 
Aderholdt, Miss Mabel, 526 1st St., N.W., Hickory 

Ballard, Mrs. G. H., Highland Hall, L. R. C, Hickory 
Barger, Miss Gladys M., 504 3rd St., S.E.. Hickory 
Binkley, Mrs. Lowell E., 431 8th St., N.W., Hickory 
Brown, Mrs. Dennis, Rt. 1, Hudson 

Carrier, Mrs. E. L., L. R. C, Hickory 

Cline, Mrs. Margaret, 606 2nd Ave., N.W., Hickory 

Collins, Mrs. Clyde T., 762 8th St.. N.E., Hickory 

Council], Mrs. Stedman C, L. R. C, Hickory 

Cromer, The Reverend Voigt R., D.D., LL.D., 740 4lh Street, N.E., Hickory 

Curlee, Mrs. Reginald, 2309 23rd Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Deaton, Mrs. P. W., 657 5th St., N.W.. Hickory 
Duncan, Robert L., 709 6th St., N.E., Hickory 

Gaylord, Mrs. Catherine, 334 3rd Ave., N.W., Hickory 

Johnson, Mrs. Kenneth B., 2342 2nd Ave., N.W., Hickory 

Kirby, Mrs. Tommy, Rt. 1, Bo,\ 364, Taylorsville 

Lentz, Miss Annie Lea, 510 7th Ave.. N.E., Hickory 
Livengood, Harry S., 706 8th St., N.E., Hickory 
Lohr, Mrs. G. Edmund, L. R. C, Hickorv 
Lowdermilk, Mrs. A. H., 1573 11th St., N.W., Hickory 
Lowman, Mrs. J. B., Rt. 5, Hickory 

Marlowe, Mrs. Estelle 1128 33rd St., S.VV., Hickory 
Millholen, Mrs. Gale, Rt. 2, Hickory 
Moore, Miss Iris, 25 Lakeside Ave., Granite Falls 
Moretz, Mrs. W. J., Sr., Drawer 484, L. R. Sta., Hickory 

Norris, Jeff L., 356 7th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Patterson, George R., 1419 6th St. Circle, N.W., Hickory 
Penley, Miss Mary Jane, Hickory 

Rice, Jim, 1432 9th Ave., N.W., Conover 

Schmucker, Mrs. James, 504 3rd Ave., N.E., Hickory 
Setzler, Edwin L., Litt.D., 763 6th St., N.E., Hickory 
Sigmon, Mrs. Eliot, Rt. 3, Box 373, Hickory 
Sigmon, Robert A., 535 8th Ave., N.E., Hickory 
Sox, Everett J„ Morgan Hall, L. R. C, Hickory 
Sox, Mrs. Everett J., Morgan Hall, L. R. C, Hickory 

Walker, The Reverend Robert G., 818 8th St., N.E., Hickory 
FACULTY 

Allran, Miss Barbara 657 5th St., N.W., Hickorv' 

Amacher, Mrs. G. Martin, 1577 10th St. Place, N.W., Hickory 

Baker, Samuel M., 207 4th St., N.W., Hickory 
Benton, Russell E., 526 7th Ave., N.E., Hickory 
Bernards, Voldemars T., Ph.D., 643 8th Ave., N.E., Hickory 
Berry, Mrs. Lawrence R., 511 7th Ave., N.E., Hickory 
Binklev, Lowell E., 431 8th St., N.W., Hickory- 
Blackburn, Thomas H., 106 7th Ave., N.E., Hickory 
Bolick, Jerrv E., 130 31st Ave., N.W., Hickory 
Brandon, Mrs. William P., 867 5th St., N.E., Hickory 
Brandon, William P., 867 5th St., Hickory 
Brown, Russell E., 68 17th Ave. Circle, Hickory 

Chou, David Y. P., Ph.D., 507 8th St., N.E., Hickorj' 
Clayton, Mrs. Charles L., Ph.D., 327 2nd St., N.E., Hickory 
Cooke, Charles F., Ph.D., Box 528, Hildebran 
Copeland, Mrs. Carson N., 1813 5th St., N.W., Hickory 
Cornwell, Walter C, Rt. 2, Hickory 



Deal, Miss Thelma, Grace Hospital, Morganton 
Deans, Miss Clyde, Ph.D., 616 8th St., N.E., Hickory 

Farfour, Mrs. Leslie, 424 Alexander Ave., Morganton 
Farthing, Miss Frances, Grace Hospital, Morganton 
Fowler, Miss Hattie R., 510 7th Ave., N.E., Hickory 
Fryar, William R., 743 2nd St., N.E., Hickory 

Gandee, Lee R., 605 8th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Gatwood, Robin F., Ed.D., 517 7th Ave.. N.E., Hickory 

Glass, The Reverend Joseph D., Ph.D., 2007 11th St. Court, N.W., Hickorj- 

Gore, Miss Mary Louise, Ph.D.. 354 2nd Ave., N.W., Hickory 

Greenholt, H. R., Ph.D., 917 4th St. Drive, N.E.. Hickory 

Hawn, Mrs. Harold, 607 12th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Flcvmann. Hans G., Ph.D., 603 12th Ave., N.E., Hickorj- 

Holt, Thomas M.. 114 5th Ave., N.E., Hickorv 

Hook, The Reverend Wade F., Ph.D., 560 llt'h Ave. Circle, N.W., Hickory 

Hoyle, Edsel E., 1075 16th Ave., N.W., Hickory 

Jeffers, Mrs. Charles, 556 N. Center St., Hickory 
Jennings, James M., 639 23rd Ave., N.E., Hickory 



Keasey, The Reverend Lester D., Ph.D., 
Keller, Werner O., 333 3rd Ave., N.W., 



122 32nd Ave., 
Hickory 



N.W., Hickory 



Lee, Kenneth B., 1437 6th St. Circle. N.W., Hickory 
Lucke. Edward J., Ed.D.. 3015 N. Center St.. Hickory 
Lucke, Mrs. Edward J., 3015 N. Center St.. Hickorj- 
Lugn, A. L., Ph.D., 510 7th Ave., N.E., Hickory 
Lyerly, Ralph H., 236 4th St., N.W., Hickory 

McCrearj-. George W.. 921 4th St. Drive, N.E.. Hickorj- 
Medcalf, Richard C. O.D., 153 15th Ave.. N.\A'.. Hickory 
Morgan, Shelby V„ Jr., 313 10th St, Drive, N.W., Hickory 

Nau, The Reverend Walter T.. Ph.D., 217 5th Ave., N.E., Hickorj- 

Painter, Hanlev H.. 1137 11th St. Circle. N.W.. Hickorj- 
Painter. Mrs. Hanley H.. 1137 lllh St. Circle, N.W., Hickorj- 
Parkinson, Mrs. R. Thomas, 521 10th St., N.W.. Hickory 
Patterson. Mrs. G. R.. 1419 6th St. Circle. N.W., Hickorj- 
Powell, Frank W., North Carolina School for the Deaf, ISiorganton 

Rast. Miss Thelma. 1048 5th St.. N.E.. Hickon- 

Ritchie. Mrs. John A., Rt. 1. Taylorsj-ille 

Ritchie, The Reverend John A., Rt. 1, Taylors\-iUe 

Rudisill, The Reverend D. P., Ph.D., 431 4th St., N.E., Hickory 

Shuford, Steve M., 509 3rd Ave., N.E., Hickon- 

Shuford, William H., Ph.D.. 718 4th Ave.. N.W.. Hickory 

Sink, Donald W., Ph.D., 458 22nd Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Stabler. Miss Helen. 810 8th St., N.E.. Hickorj- 

Strunk, Ravmond M., 608 Bradv Ave., Newton 

Sw-anson, the Reverend Reuben J., Ph.D., 716 8th St., N.E., Hickorj- 

Tavlor, Mrs. W. Clyde, 41 33rd Ave., N.W.. Hickorj- 

Taj-lor, W. Clvde, Ph.D., 41 33rd Ave., N.W., Hickorj- 

Tellechea, Jose S., LL.D., 327 16th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Temple, Mrs. Joe. Box 193, \'aldese 

Tipton, Colonel Norman E., 2038 11th St. Court, N.W., Hickory 

Torro, Mrs. Louis. 208 3rd St.. N.E., Hickory 

Tuttle, William D., Rt. 1, Maiden 

Ullman, Roy R., Ph.D., 1636 3rd St., N.E., Hickory 

16 8th St., N.E., Hickon- 
Ph.D., P. O. Box 746, Hickorv 
2nd St., N.E., Hickorv 
19 6th Ave., N.E., Hickorv 
Williams, C. Dannj-, 607 4th St., N.E., Hickorj- 
\A'ilson. I\lrs. James. 204 Woodlawn Drive. Morganton 

Yost, Miss Monica E., 428 5th Ave. Place, N.E., Hickorj- 

Zimmermann, Richard C, Rt. 5, Hickory 



Warren. James A.. 61 
Weaver. \A'iniam R., 
Wells, Harrj- A., 731 
Whitesides, Glenn E., 



STUDENT DIRECTORY 



Abercrombie, Richard Lewis (1) 1122 Harding PI., Charlotte 
Abemathy, Nelson Moran (4) P. O. Box 236, Glen Alpine 
Abemathy, Kenneth Reginald (1) 1038 4th St., N.E., Hickorv 
Abernethy, Stephen Wendell (1) 324 2nd St. PI., N.W., Hickory 
Adams, Norman James (3) 494 14th Ave., N.E., Hickory 
Adams, Sarah Ann (4) Rt. 2, Box 3, Taylorsville 
Adderholdt. Jean Katherine (4) Rt. 4. Box 76, Lenoir 
Aiken. Elaine Susan ( 1 ) Hyattstown Sta.. Clarksburg. Md. 
Alexander. Sara Ann C2) 110 Eastwood Ave.. Swannanoa 
Allen. Patricia Ann (2) 505 S. Center. Lincolnton 
Allen, Trudy Lynn (2) 237 8th St., Laurel, Del. 
AUie, Don Alden (3) 103 Buena Vista Ave., Statesville 
Allran, Phyllis Elizabeth (2) 28 Offutt Rd., Bedford, Mass. 
Anderson, Andrew Bryan, Jr. (3) 1149 13th Ave.. N.E.. Hickorj- 
Anderson. Faith jMcKeown (2) Box 6. Rural Hall 
Anderson, Kenneth Eugene (2) 2214 Fordham Blvd., Greensboro 
Anderson, Linda Ruth (1) 1149 13th .Vve., N.E., Hickorj- 
Andrews, John F. (45 Rt, 1, Box 448. Lexington 
Angley, William Andrew (1) P. O. Box 262, Morganton 
Annas, Carolyn Elaine (4) 18 W. Highland Ave.. Granite Falls 
Annas, Nancy Cornell (1) Rt. 2, Box 775-C, Hickory 
Apple, William Grady (1) 1816 Edgewood A\-e., Burlington 



Archer, Alice Gragg (4) Rt. 1, Box 156, Conover 

Arcuri, Thomas Bennie (1) 114 27th Ave. Dr., N.W.. Hickorj- 

Arndt, Jane Aileen (3) Newton Conover Hwv., Ne^^-ton 

.\rnold. Paul Flanders (4) 321 Croton Way. W. Palm Beach. Fla 

Arteaga. Herbert F. (3) 1545 Peachtree Cir.. Jacksonville. Fla. 

Atkinson. Patricia Anne (1) Rt. 1. Box 444A. lacksonvilie 

Aultman. Richard David (1) 425 5th St.. N.W.. Hickorj- 

Austin, Nancy Carolyn (4) 809 Montpelier Dr., Greensboro 

Austin, Sheila Teague (3) Rt. 2, Taylors\ille 

Austin, Sheridan Tlionias (2) 3111 Cronwall Rd.. Durham 



Baehr. William Robert (2) 115 Kimmswick Rd.. Charlotte 

Baesman, Donna Eve (2) 1969 Keswick Waj-. Norristow-n, Pa. 

Baesman, Robert Karl (45 1969 Keswick \\'av, Norristown. Pa. 

Bagley. Sally (4) 518 Tremont Park. Lenoir 

Bailey. Emma Jane (2^ 40/ 4th. Marion 

Baird, Sherwin Laine (4) 205 E. Church St.. Fannj'ille 

Baker. Frank Donald (35 Rt. 2. Box 343, Valdese 

Baker, Racheal Evelyn (4^ 36/ Woodlawn, Cramerlon 

Baker, Sharon Ann (15 1701 Elm St., Greenville 

Baker, \erna Gail (25 1310 8th St.. N.W.. Hickorj- 



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Balch, Carolyn Ursula (4) 5301 Robinhood, Charlotte 

Ballard. Emily Margaret (2) Box 176. Valdcse 

Bangle. James Hen^^" (4~) 4728 Shalimar, Columbia. S. C. 

Bangle, iMaiy Jo (2) 4728 Shalimar, Columbia, S. C. 

Barbee. Anne Russellene (4) 1910 S. Miami Blvd., Durham 

Barber, Judith Gayle (3) 202 Idlewild Dr., Lexington 

Barger, Brenda Cccile (2) 519 Margaret Dr., Statesville 

Barger, Claude Edward (4) 322 2nd St. PI, S,E„ Hickory 

Barger, Glenn Edward (4) Rt, 3. Box 559, Newton 

Barker, .Ann Hampton (2) 414 Henderson Ave., Staunton, Va. 

Barker, Robert Ray, Jr. (4) 441 E. 8th St., Hinsdale, 111. 

Barkley. Grover Lee (1) Rt. 1. Taylorsvilie 

Barlow. David W'avne (3) 130 Ridge St.. Lenoir 

Barnes, George William (2) 1005 12th St., N.E.. Hickory 

Barnes, Reed Ryerson (3) 4515 Oakwood, Columbia, S. C. 

Barnes, William -Anne (1) 4515 Oakwood Rd., Columbia, S. C. 

Earnhardt, Ray Eugene (3) 307 Locus St.. Kannapolis 

Barrett, Sarah Margaret (3) Box 115, Holly Springs 

Barringer, Linda Brookshire (3) Box 461, Tavlorsville 

Basinger, Dale Barry (4) Rt. 2. Box 5 3, Rockwell 

Bass, Martha Frances (3) Rt. 2, Box 112, Valdese 

Baucom, Robert Dale (3) 6729 Lancer Dr., Charlotte 

Beale. Jane Carolyn (2) 406 Gilmore Dr.. Silver Spring, Md. 

Beam. .Alan Hubert (4) Box 133, Newton 

Beard, Hovle Scott (O Rt. 2, Box 113, Conover 

Beard, Robert Lee (1) 543 3rd Ave. Dr., S.E., Hickory 

Beattj-, Brenda Maynard C4) 210A Tate St., iMorganton 

Beatty, Mary Jean (4) Rt. 6, Statesville 

Beattv. Thomas Weslev (1) 520 Carolina Ave., Statesville 

Beaver, Ben Roberts C3) 5317 Allen Rd. E.. Charlotte 

Beaver, Martha Elizabeth (4) 203 S. Elm St., Statesville 

Bearer. Stephen Layne (2) Rt. 2. Box 34, China Grove 

Beck. Jamie Louise (1) 1813 Raleigh Rd.. Lexington 

Beck. Patricia Diane (1) 609 Hoover Dr., Lexington 

Bell, Edwin Wayne (2) 2604 Garner Rd., Raleigh 

Bell. George Christopher (2) 4709 Trent River. New Bern 

Bell. Josephine .Anderson (6) 508 6th St., N.W., Hickory 

Benfield, Jim Douglas (1) Rt. 3, Granite Falls 

Benfield. Sylvia Gale (2) 500 W. Union St., Morganton 

Bengston, Thomas Melvin (2) 4336 Lakeside Dr., Fayetteville 

Bernhardt, Barbara Elizabeth (1) 400 W. Church St., Cherryville 

Bernhardt, John Seagle, Jr. (3) 5 Bernhardt Circle, Lenoir 

Berrv, Barbara Laura (5) Box 313, A'aldese 

Bertalot, Fannie N. C3) Box 511, A'aldese 

Best, .Alfred Walter (1) 208 W. Texas Ave., Bessemer City 

Biggerstaff, James Allen (2) Rt. 3, Vale 

Billings. Bobbv Rav (4) 918 S. Meeting St.. Statesville 

Billings. Paul Henr>' (4) 2151 Amity Hill Rd., Statesville 

Bingham, Nancv Jean (4) Rt. 3, Lawndale 

Bisanar, Helen Elizabeth (1) 560 6th St., N.W.. Hickory 

Bisanar. Robert Alan (3) 560 6th St., N,W., Hickory 

Bishop, Diana Kanov (3) Rt. 4, Box 17, Candler 

Bi.xbv. Janet M. (4) 740 E. 11th St.. Newton 

Black. John Robert (1) 631 4th St., N.E.. Hickory 

Blackburn, Marv Frances (1) Rt. 1, Tobaccoville 

Blackstock, Lynda Sue (4) 85 Falls Ave,, Granite Falls 

Blackwelder. Jennilee C2) 121 Eastover Ave., Concord 

Blair, Linda Gale (1) Rt. 2, Box 328, Taylorsvilie 

Blankinship, Donna Jean (4) 39 Franklin Ave., Brevard 

Blanton, Cecil Tyrone (3) Box 837, Hickory 

Blanton, George W. (4) 353 Vance St., Concord 

Blevins. Marv Ann (3) Rt. 1, Atkins, Va, 

Bock, Paul Franklin (2) 324 26th Ave., N,E., Hickory 

Boger, Charles Cook, Jr, (4) 1534 Scotland Ave., Charlotte 

Boguslawski, Cher5l Rae (1) Rt. 4, Box 754-A, Lenoir 

Bolick, Alan Eugene (2) 2240 12th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Bohck. Geneva Pauline (4) 2028 4th St., S.W., Hickory 

Bolick, James Franklin (2) 2240 12th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Bolick, Judv Kav (1) 211 E. "A" St„ Newton 

Bolick, Norma Elaine (3) 38 31st Ave.. N.W., Hickory 

Bolliger, Barbara Ann (3) Rt. 3, Box 33, Conover 

Bollinger. Bessie Elizabeth (1) 2211 6th St.. N.E., Hickory 

Bollinger, Lany Michael (3) Rt. 3, Box 176, Hickory 

Bolton, Brian Lewis (1) Rt. 4, Box 522b, Greensboro 

Bonum, Sonda Jane (1) 612 Hoyle St., Valdese 

Boone, Swannetta Eileen (1) Rt, 1, Burlington 

Bost, .Allen Rov C3) 628 E. Front St., Statesville 

Bost, Joe Edward (2) 1340 12th St. Dr., N,W., Hickory 

Bost, John Kenneth (1) 414 8th Ave. Dr., N.W.. Hickory 

Bost, Joseph Ramsey (4) Rt, 3, Lenoir 

Bost, Suzanne Jo (4) Box 321, Conover 

Bostian, Carol Ann (1) 2704 Point Pleasant Rd., Jacksonville, Fla. 

Bouknight, Allen Thomas (4) Box 214, Timberville, V^a, 

Bouldin, George Sidney, Jr, (2) 534 Gatewood Ave., High Point 

Bowden, Lois Wandel (1) 1849 Preston Rd., Hagerstown, Md. 

Bowles. Mary Catherine (2) Rt. 2, Box 805. Hickory 

Bowman, Patricia Ann (5) Rt. 2. Box 98, Conover 

Bowman, Robert Howard C4) 124 12th Ave.. N.W.. Hickory 

Bowman, Ste^'en Earl (2) 19 S. Oak Forest L)r., Asheville 

Boyd, Janice Angley (4) Box 304, Granite Falls 

Boyd, Robbie Dail (4) Rt. 5, Box 52, Lincolnton 

Boyle, Frank Edward (3) 481 W. Harper Ave., Lenoir 

Bradford, Earl Edwin, Jr. (4) Rt. 2, Box 113, Lenoir 

Branch, Linda Faye (4) Rt. 7, Box 245, Morganton 

Braswell, Roby Edward (1) 107 Woodlawn Dr., Morganton 

Brawley, Janice Katherine C3) Rt. 4, Box 51, Mooresville 

Brawley, Sarah Frances C3) Rt, 4, Box 440, Mooresville 

Brewbaker, Irvin Edwin (3) 1813 Westminster Rd., Waynesville, Va. 

Brewer, Claude Swanson, Jr. (4) Rt. 2, Galax, Va. 

Briggs, Keith Andrew (4) 38 Sunrise Ave.. Lexington 

Brjggs, Martha Ann (2'j 38 Sunrise Ave., Lexington 

Brittain, Glcnda Darnell C3) Rt. 4, Box 396, Hickory 

Brittain, Helen Juanita (2j Rt. 4, Box 489, Hickory 

Brittain, Janis Nell (1) Rt. 1, Box 93D, Hickory 

Brittain, Judy Elaine O j Rt. 3, Box 159, Newton 

Brittain, Nancy Robertson (2) Box 383, Drexel 

Brock, Jo Alice Clj 304 N. Waverly, Farmville 

Brooks, Susan Lynn (3) 1511 Greenwood Terrace, Burlington 

Brrjokshire. Tommy Oscar (4j Box 86, Hudson 

Brown, Carol Anne Ci'j Box 295, Granite Quarry 

Brown, Connie Ray (1) Rt. 2, Box 223, Cleveland 

Brown, Ellen Elizabeth Ci'j Rural Retreat, Va. 

Brown, Ernest Edward, Jr. (3j 425 W. 8th St., Newton 



Brown, Michael Kent (2) 612 Morrison Ave., Salisbury 

Brown, Patricia Ann (3) 801 Hawthorne, Cherryville 

Brown, Sherr>- Kay (3) Box 273, Cumberland Rd., Millville, N. J. 

Brown, William Harold (4) 105 Rockcut PI., Conley, Ga. 

Bro\\'ning, Dorcas Elizabeth (4) Rt. 2, Box 144, Nebo 

Broyhill, Jane Cowles (3) Rt. 1, Box 473, Lenoir 

Buchanan, Bascum Wayne (4) 614 E. Concord, Morganton 

Buck, Elizabeth Carter (1) 19020 S.W., 89 Ct., Miami, Fla. 

Buff. Jerrv Wayne (3) Box 516, Valdese 

Buffaloe, Emilia Carol (4) 3110 Fayetteville Bd., Raleigh 

Bumgarner, Alice Ann (1) Corban Court, Concord 

Bumgarner, Alice Dianne (4) 1619 Hyde Ave., Winston Salem 

Bumgarner, Eula Maxine (3) Rt. 1, Box 290, Granite Falls 

Bumgarner, John Stephen (3) Box 255, Stanley 

Bumgarner, Mary Lynn (1) Rt. 3, Box 87, Granite Falls 

Bumgarner, Phyllis T. (4) Rt. 2, Box 329, Conover 

Bumgarner, Thomas Stanley (4) Rt. 4, Box 270, Taylorsvilie 

Bunton, Kathryn Marie (2) 3201 Archdale Rd., High Point 

Bunton, Larry Elgie (3) 45 20th St., N.W., Hickory 

Burgess, Inez Marie (1) Rt. 3, Box 86, Taylorsvilie 

Burgin, Linda Greenlee (3) 1021 Sugar Hill Bd., Marion 

Burke, Gerald Clyde C4) Rt, 4, Box 58, Taylorsvilie 

Burleson, Steve Allen (4) 38 18th Ave., N.W., Hickory 

Burnette, Teresa Jean (3) Rt. 3, Canton 

Burns, John Harrison (4) 1909 2nd Ave,, S.W., Hickory 

Burroughs, James Randy (3) 502 7th Ave., S.W., Hickory 

Burton, Malcolm L. CO 1383 18th Ave., Hickory 

Bush, Carol Jean (2) 525 1st St., N.W.. Hickory 

Bush, Cynthia Kay (5) Rt. 4, Box 470, Lenoir 

Butner, James Smith (3) 809 5th St„ Spencer 

Byers, Ginger Ann (3) 1484 17th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Bynum, George Steven (2) Box 507, Hudson / 

Byrd, James Edward (1) Bt. 1, Spruce Pine 

Byrd, Robert Lynn (4) 825 N. Main Ave., Newton 

Byrd, Sue Elaine (4) 1473 White Oak Ave., Albemarle 

Cadwallader, Joseph Baker C2) 140 E. Fligh St., Woodstock, Va. 

Calloway, Sylvia Lynn (O Cycle 

Campbell, Michael Linwood (3) 817 Park St., Altavista, Va. 

Campbell, Paul Flint, Jr. (3) Rt. 2, Box 424, Newton 

Campbell, Richard Ross (3) 404 Rockspring Rd., High Point 

Canipe, Leslie (3) 416 Leander, Shelby 

Cannon, Jimmy Delano (4) Rt. 4, Box 115A, Lenoir 

Cansler, Joy Milinda (2) 237 201/2 St., Newton 

Carpenter, David Edward (1) Bt. 1, Casar 

Carpenter, David Ronald ( 1 ) 99 Summit St., Concord 

Carpenter, Lynne Annette (2) 81 21st Ave., N.W., Hickory 

Carpenter, Martha Gail (3) West Main St., Claremont 

Carpenter, Nancy Ann (5) 217 33rd Ave., N.W., Hickory 

Carpenter, Robert Louis (1) 231 8th Ave.. S.E., Hickory 

Carson, Robert Donald, Jr, (3) 212 Hawkins, Sanford 

Carswell, Garry Herbert (1) Eldred St.. A'aldese 

Carter, Jane Lynn (2) 3155 Konnock Dr., Winston-Salem 

Carter, Jo Ann (3) Rt. 1, Box 240, Yanceyville 

Carter, Judith Ann (3) Rt. 1, Vickie Dr., Winston-Salem 

Carter, Millicent Elizabeth (3) 515 W. Council St., SaUsbury 

Casper, Anne Elizabeth (2) Rt. 3, Box 269A, Concord 

Casper, Gurley Morrison. Jr. (3) P. O. Box 577, ThomasWlle 

Cassidv, Patricia Ann (2) Rt. 2, Mocksville 

Cathey, Joseph Vernon, (4) 415 S. Ellis St., Salisbury 

Catlct't, Carter Nelson, Jr. (3) 35 Curie Rd., Hampton, Va. 

Causby, Judy Ann (4) P. O. Box 341, Rutherford College 

Chambers, Nancy Carter (4) 2233 Cumberland Ave., Charlotte 

Chandler, Barbara Ann (2) 2300 Catalina Ave., Charlotte 

Chester, Gladys Louise (4) 169 29th St., S.W., Hickory 

Childers, Paul Jonas C3) 551 2nd St., N.E., Hickory 

Christie, Brenda Gail (1) Rt. 1, Troutman 

Church, Donald Clark (1) 108 Underdown Ave., Lenoir 

Clapp, John Michael (3) Rt. 3, Box 95, Liberty 

Clark, Annette Murphy (2) 210 N. Flint, Lincolnton 

Clark, Carol Ann (2) Rt. 5, Box 809, Asheville 

Clark, Jimmy Michael (1) 1213 White St., Lexington 

Clark, Juanita Louise (4) Rt. 3, Box 489, Hickory 

Clark, Norma Kav (1) 933 8th St.. N.E.. Hickory 

Clark, Robert Page (2) 106 Locust St., Hamlet 

Clarke, Judy Carol (1) 213 Olive Ave,, Lenoir 

Cline, Carl A'ernon, III (4) 606 2nd .Ave., N.W., Hickory 

Cline, Carolyn Jean (1) 710 Propston Ter., Concord 

Cline. Clara Miller (4) Box 805. Morganton 

Cline, Kenneth Ronald C3) Rt. 3. Box 236. Conover 

Cline, Linda Marie (1) Rt. 3, Box 204, Newton 

Cline, Ronald Eugene (1) Rt. 3, Box 210, Concord 

Cline, Susan Jane (3) Rt. 2, Lincolnton 

Clodfelter, Nancy Kay (2) Rt. 1. Lewisville 

Clocr, Dennis Stewart (1) 1025 S. Center St., Hickory 

Clontz, Glenn Leroy (2) 1371 14th Ave., N.E.. Hickory 

Clopper. Priscilla Jane (3) Rt. 1, Smithsburg, Md. 

Cobb, Paul Melbourne (3) Rt. 6, Box 484, Salisburj- 

Cobb, Susan Dunn C5) Rt. 3, Rocky Mount 

Cobble, Susan Lee CO Rt. 2, Box 6-A, Parrottsville, Tenn. 

Cobum, Tliomas Sullivan C3) Rt. 1, Lake Hills, Pfafftown 

Cochran, Aubrey Warren C3) 100 Redbud Rd.. Concord 

Coffey, Steven Hamilton C4) Rt. 1, Box 834, Lenoir 

Coleman, Joseph Edward, Jr, C4) Viewmont Apt. 5A. Hickory 

Coles. George Horace C4) 314 Johnson Hwy., Norristown, Pa. 

Coles, Jeanne OIlie C4) 117 Linwood Dr., Lincolnton 

Collins, Jacqualyn C O 59 Beaver Dam, Seaford, Del. 

Collins, Jcncie Frances C3) College St., Walhalla, S. C. 

Collins, Judy Kay CO Bt. 2, Box 472, Newton 

Conrad, Calvin James C2) Rt, 1, Thomasville 

Conrad, Jean Carolyn C3) Rt. 9, Box 332, Lexington 

Cook, Phvllis B. C4) P. O. Box 284. Hildebran 

Cooke, Marischa B. C3) 1003 10th St., S.W., Hickory 

Cooke, Sue Miller C3) 416 4th Ave., S.W., Hickory 

Coon, Junius William C2) 325 Circle Dr., Fayetteville 

Coon, Robert George C2) Rt. 2, Lincolnton 

Coonse, Lester Coyd, Jr. C2) 201 3rd Ave., S.E., Lenoir 

Cooper, David Mark C4) 11426 Manorwood Dr,, Baton Rouge, La. 

Cooper. Paul Robert C2) 11426 Manorwood Dr., Baton Rouge, La. 

Cornell, Michael Fagan C3) 2010 N. Potomac St., Arlington, Va. 

Comwell, Harriet Schrum C4) Rt. 2, Box 134, Hickory 

Corpening, Ann Louise C3) 626 W. C. St., Newton 

Corpening, Cheryl Ann C5) 122V2 Evans St., Morganton 



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Costner, Nina Dian (3) Rt. 2, Box 15, V'ale 

Cottrell, Susan (4) 18 8th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Coulter, Richard Neil (4) Rt. 1, Newton 

Covineton, Rebecca Christin (1) 308 Hawthorne Rd., Winston-Salem 

Cox, Linda Fay (4) 430 3rd Ave. Dr.. S.E.. Hickory 

Cox, William Holley C3) 705 Main Ave., Hickory 

Craig, Nancv Lambe C'3) 218 Brower St.. Decatur, Ga. 

Crane. Vicki Lvnn f2) 2127 5th St., N.E., Hickorv 

Crawford. Julie Helen CD 704-B 2nd Ave., S.E., Hickory 

Creel. Ruth J. (4^ Rt. 3. Box 219, Newton 

Cromer, Bette Alene (i^ 1716 York Dr., Columbia, S. C. 

Cromer, Rebecca Ruth f 3) 740 4th St., N.E.. Hickory 

Cross. Jerry Lee (4) 2303 Hackney St., Durham 

Crouch, Larry Dean (4') Rt. 2. Box 284, Tavlorsville 

Crouse, Charles Lee C4^ 507 W. 2nd Ave.. Lexington 

Crowe, Jeanne Fritz C3) 442 10th Ave.. N.E., Hickorj' 

Crump. Frederick Andrew (■t') 2127 5th Ave.. N.W.. Hickory 

Crump. Kenneth Patrick C31 P. O. Box 2162. Rt. 2. Hickory 

Cummincs. Ann Connor (2) 367 6th St., N.W., Hickory 

Cunningham, Tames Marcus r3~) 1304 Main Ave.. Newton 

Curlce. RcRinalH Ramsev (i^ 2309 15th St.. N.E., Hickory 

Current. Ruth Davis (2) 507 W. End Ave., State>;ville 

Cuthbertson, Jean Elizabeth (2) 2298 Headland Dr., East Point, Ga. 

Dacenhart. Linda Alice f3) Rt. 1, Box 220B. Tavlorsville 

Dahl, Ernest Bvron CI) 1340 Granville St., Burlington 

Daley, James Richard C3) 19 Ashwood PL, North Brunswick, N. J. 

Dameron. Marv Jane CD 502 E. Ohio Ave.. Bessemer Citv 

Danbom. Robert Edward C3') 4506 Aspen Hill Rd.. Rockville. Md. 

Darbv, Susan Edythe C2~) 505 9th Ave.. W., Hendersonville 

Daugherty. Daniel Martin C2) 153 Elmdale Ave., Clyde, Ohio 

Davis, Alma C4) Rt. 2. Box 224. Marion 

Davis, Deanna C2) Edgewood Rd.. Candler 

Davis, GAvendnlvn (2^ 2229 Acacia Dr.. Wilmington 

Davis, Helen Elizabeth C2) Rt. 1, Box 615. Hickory 

Davis. Helen Marie CO Rt. 2. Box 508 C, Hickory 

Davis. Jane Chilton C3~) 312 Chestnut St.. Norton, Va. 

Davis. John Franklin C4) Rt. 1, Liberty 

Davis. Lou Gavle C4) 2300 Johnston St., Newberry, S. C. 

Davis, Ruth Childers CI") Rt. 1. Lincolnton 

Davis, Sherry Lee CI) 200 Davie Ave.. Winston-Salem 

Davis. Thomas Elijah C4) 225 Moores Lake Rd., \A'adesboro 

Davis. William Eugene C2) Rt. 1. Box 161. Grover 

Dains. William Southall C4) 2000 Grace St.. Lvnchburg, Va. 

Deal. James Coleman C3) P. O. Box 206. Tavlorsville 

Deal. Terrv Wavne C4) 511 Hamilton St.. Newton 

Deal. John Wavne C3) P. O. Box 134. Conover 

Deal. Tudv Gail C3) Rt. 2. Box 107. Newton 

Deal. Patricia Kathleen C3) Rt. 2. Box 254A. Hickory 

Deal. Ralph Michael C3) 601 Hickorv Ave., Valdese 

Deal. Rita Kav CI) Rt. 2. Box 94, Hickorv 

Deal. Ronald Max C2) 2111 Emerjvvood Dr.. Charlotte 

Deaton, Don Allen C4) 103 S. Amitv St.. Morganton 

Denton. Jack Lynn C4) Rt. 1. Box 108. Lake Wales. Fla. 

Denton, Margaret West C 1 ) N. C. School for Deaf. Morganton 

Dettcr. Aquilla Elizabeth CI) Rt. 3. Box 103, Hickory 

Dilling, Roger Leonard C3) Rt. 5. Box 688, Charlotte 

Dixon, Constance Fave CI) 600 Hillside Dr., Kings Mountain 

Dixon, Doris Ann C4) Rt. 2. Box 79A. Cherrvville 

Dolwick. Nancy Carolyn C2) 2589 Buttermilk. Ludlow. Ky. 

Dorton, Zubecca Frances C2) 356 S. Union St.. Concord 

Dotson. Marion A'irginia C2) 5618 Wintercrest Ln.. Charlotte 

Dow. William Albert. Ill C2) 128 27th Ave. Dr., N.W., Hickory 

Downs, Charles B. C2) Box 174, Hudson 

Drum, Steven Lewis C2) Rt. 2. Newton 

Drur\'. James Bichard C3) Rt. 3. Lincolnton 

Dn', Betsv Lou C2) 1201 Lane St.. Kannapolis 

Drye. Charles Edwin C2) 5 1 3 W. View St., Lenoir 

Duggins. John Williams CO Rt. 10. Greeneville. Tenn. 

Dull, Calvin Rav C3) Rt. 1, Lewisville 

Dull, Earn- Blane r4) Rt. 1. Lewisville 

Duncan, Frankie Marie C3) Rt. 3. Box 244. Hickory 

Duncan. Jennie Deal C4) P. O. Box 102. Drexel 

Duncan. Paul David CI) Rt. 2. Box 44, Cnnover 

Duncan. Phillip Rav C3') 112 2nd Ave.. S.E.. Hickorv 

Dunker, Noel Jean 'C4) 409 Shinlcv PH., Linthicum. Md. 

Dunlap, Roberta S. C3) 2501 W. 4th St., Chester, Pa. 

Eagle, Claudjne Ruth C2) 205 Prince St., Kannapolis 

Eaker, Larry Dwight C4) Rt. 1, Crouse 

Eaker. Pamela Auten CD 3813 Selwvn Ave., Charlotte 

Eckard, Bovce Wavne CD Rt. 3. Box 587. Hickory 

Eckard. Dwight Lee C3) Rt. 3, Box 416-B. Flickory 

Eckard, Mar^' White C3) 55 21st Ave,. N.W,. Hickory 

Eckard, Opal Irene CD Rt. 2, Box 493, Hickorv 

Eckard. Osborne Richard, Jr. CD Rt. 2, Box 233, Conover 

Eckard, Peggv' Lorraine CD 23 19th Ave., N.E., Hickorv 

Eckard. Ronald David C4) Rt. 2, Box 752, Connelly Springs 

Edwards, Barbara Louise C2) Rt. 1, Dallas 

Edwards. Bettv Ann C4) Box 65. Fallston 

Edwards. Charles D. C4) Rt. 2, Dallas 

Edwards, Charles Nathan C2) 1436 12th St. Dr., N.W,. Hickon- 

Edwards, James Richard C3) 902 Washington Ave,. Louisville. Ohio 

Edwards, Mar>' Paneen C2) 28 Stewart St.. Ft. Walton Beach. Fla. 

Edwards, Robert Lee C4) 1114 S. Aspen St.. Lincolnton 

Edwards, Stephen Clark CD 1436 12th St. Dr., N.W.. Hickorj- 

Efird. Raymond Francis CD 3800 Carmel Acres, Charlotte 

Ehrensperger, Mary CD 3935 Oakhill Dr.. College Park, Ga. 

Eisele. Jerome P. C6) 425 N. Center St., Statesville 

Elder, David Lewis C3) Rt. 3. Tavlorsville 

Eller, Kenneth Norris C4) Rt. 1. Box 97, Purlear 

Filer, Mavis Ann C3) 105 Maple Ln., Morganton 

Ellington. Charles Frazier CD 549 N. Center St.. Hickory 

Ellison. Judith Hankins C4) 1550 16th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Elmore, Dale Fitzhugh CD Rt. 2. Lincolnton 

Enders, Myra Ellen C3) 952 Watson Ave., Winston-Salem 

Ennis, Patricia Ann CD 504 3rd Ave,, N,E,, Hickorv' 

Epperson, Margaret Josephine CD 805 9th Ave., N.E.. Hickorv' 

Epting, James Robert C3) 324 Aver>' A^'c High Point 

Estes. Douglas Edwin C3) Rt. 7, Box 252. Lenoir 

Estes. Karen Diane C2) 3329 Robin Hood Dr., Spartanburg, S. C. 

Eurey, Paul Hamilton, Jr. C4) 515 Madison St., Lincolnton 

Evans. Terrence Nicholson C3) Murfreesboro 

Everhart, Douglas Myers C3) 1228 Greensboro Rd.. Lexington 



Fagerstrom, Charlotte R. C5) 25 Hillside .'^ve.. Granite Falls 

Farris, Hama Elizabeth C3) 318 S. State St., Lexington 

Farthing, Bonnie Latham C4) 309 E. College Ave., Lenoir 

Faulkenberrj', Richard Earle CD 421 7th Ave. PI.. N.W.. Hickory 

Fields. Alison Lynn CD 3643 Hilliard Rd.. Jacksonville. Fla. 

Fields, James Daniel CD 1 14 E. Pressley St., Mooresville 

Finger. Beverly Rodney CD 522 N. Gro^'e St., Lincolnton 

Fink, Laura Frances C4) Crossnore 

Fink, Ronald Worth C I ) P. O. Box 146. Faith 

Finley. Betty Anna CD Box 114. Alamance 

Fish, Elizabeth Smith C3) lOA Viewmont Ants., Hickory 

Fisher. Fred Conrad C3) 810 S. Cline Ave.. Newton 

Fisher. William Garland C2) 700 Battleground Rd.. Lincolnton 

Fitzpatrick, Frank A.. Jr C3) 210 Stowe St.. Belmont 

Fleetwood. Paul Maddrey, III CI) Rt. 5, Hickor\' 

Flowers. Carroll William C4) Rt. 3. Box 196. Hickorv 

Fogle, Thomas X'astine C2) 107 E. Edgewater Rd.. Charleston, S. C. 

Fogleman, Jon Rich C4) 1215 Ridgecrcst A\-e,, Burlington 

Forbes. Sandra Kay C2) 337 20th Ave., N.E.. Hickorv 

Ford, Daniel Thomas, Jr. CD Rt. 2, Box 491, China Grove 

Ford. Myra Heavner C4) Rt. 4. Lincolnton 

Forehand. Roy Wilkinson C3) Box 509 D St., North Wilkesboro 

Forrest, Dorothy Glotzer C4) 131 Pearson Dr., Morganton 

Foster, Joanne Bost C2) Rt. 3, Newton 

Fowler, Helen Lawson C4) 423 8th Ave. Dr., N.W., Hickory 

Fowler, Sarah Annette C2) 3520 Commonwealth Ave., Charlotte 

Fox, Anna Potts C4) 35 31st Ave., N.W.. Hickory 

Fox, Gary Anderson C3) Rt. 1. Taylorsville 

Fox. Gordon Lvnn CD Rt. 3. Box 284. Hickori- 

Fox. Michael Junius CD 106 Mallette St., Chapel Hill 

Fox. Robert FrankUn C4) 35 31st St. Ave., N.W., Hickory 

Franklin. Ronnie Gary C4) Rox 183, Drexel 

Fravel, Margaret Cary C3) 221 Homc\\'ood Rd., Linthicum. Md. 

Freed. Alix Ann C4) 24 School St.. Metuchen. N. J. 

Freed, Walter Bitner, Jr. CD 28 Farm Brook Dr.. Rochester, N. Y. 

Frick. Roy William CI) 1677 Mason Mill Rd.. N,E,. Atlanta, Ga. 

Frick, Sara Harvey C2) 40 Sunset Dr.. Grecn\!lle. S. C. 

Friday. Be\erly Denisc C2) 2220 Stoncwood Dr.. Charlotte 

Fridav. Patricia Lee C2) 617 20th Ave. Dr.. N.W., Hickory 

Fritz, Kathlyn Ann C2) 4209 Main. Columbia. S. C. 

Fritz. Nancv Elaine C3) 11 9th Ave., N.E., Hickorv 

Fritz, Sandra Elaine C2) 636 3rd St.. N.E.. Hickor>' 

Froneberger, Eugene A., Jr. CD Gold St.. Bessemer City 

Froneberger, Henry Daniel C3) 1408 Jackson Rd., Gastonia 

Frve. Duncan Randall C2) Box 947. Morganton 

Frve. Gerald Douglas CD 25 5 16th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Frve, Kennetha C3) Wardens\'ille, W. Va. 

Frje. Mellissa Ann C5) 517 6th St.. S.W.. Conover 

Frve. Michael Wavne CD 407 Ford St., Kannapolis 

Fulbright, Barbara Ann CD Rt- 1- R"" 329. Hickorv- 

Funderburk. Thomas Carl C2) Rt. 1. Box 398. Kannapolis 

Furr. Brenda Inez CD Salisbury Bd.. .Albemarle 

Furr, Rickie Lynn C3) 621 E. Oakwood. Albemarle 

Gadd, Paul Weybum C3) 3004 13th Ave., S.W., Hickory 

Gain. Tony Ryan C3) 1127 S. Quincy. Arlington, Va. 

Galvin, Norma Lynn C4) Box 335, Connelly Springs 

Gantt, Judith Cameron C2) 720 Wilshire Rd.. Winston-Salem 

Garges. Thomas Edvv'ard C3) 410 Jefferson Dr.. Charlotte 

Gaston. Janice Kay CD 731 10th St. Dr., N.W,. Hickon- 

Gatwood. Robin Frederick. Jr. CD 517 7th Ave, N.E.. Hickory 

Gentry. William Byron C3) 204 Fox St.. Morganton 

Gerow, William .lay, Jr. CD 2434 Brittanv Dr.. Nashville. Tenn. 

Gerrow, William Ferguson C2) 1042 North Bridge Dr.. Charleston, S. C. 

Geselbracht, Kim Gordon C2) 180 Woodlyn Dr., Charlotte 

Gibbs, John Breckenridge C4) 331 N. Center St., Hickory 

Gibson. Paula Gail CD 21 Dewey Ave.. Canton 

Gibson, William Barry C3) 910 N. Piedmont Ave., Kings Mountain 

Gilbert, Brenda Louise CD Box 27, Catawba 

Gillespie. Brenda Nancv CD 2501 Roswell .Ave Charlotte 

Gilrov. Bettv Louise C3) 4407 Adelle Ter., Baltimore. Md. 

C.ilroy. William F. R. CD 4407 Adelle Ter,, Baltimore, Md. 

Ginader, Judith Lvnn C4) 836 Woodlawn Rd,. Charlotte 

Glasco. Harrv- Dean CD 301 Laurel St., N.E.. Valdese 

Glass. Joan Elizabeth C3) Rt. 7. Box 202. Lenoir 

Goble, Brenda Lucille CD Rt. 2, Box 399, TavlorsWlle 

Goble, Sharon Kay C2) 1091 S. College Ave.. Newton 

Goble. Terrv Lee C2) 125 S. Sharon Rd.. Lenoir 

Coins, Sarah Elizabeth C3) Rt. 2, Vale 

Golden, Thomas D. C3) 345 3rd St.. N.W., Hickon- 

Good, Dennis Wayne C2) 2222 4th St. PI.. N.E.. Hickory 

Goodfellow, Kenneth Robert C2) 44 29th Ave., N.E.. Hickory 

Goodin, Linda Jane C4) Rt. 8. Statesville 

Goodson, Sara B. C4) 206 Evans St., Morganton 

Graham. Henrv' Owen C4) 817 N. 15th .Ave.. Pensacola. Fla. 

Granchi, Carole Joyce C2) 705 Montlieu .Ave.. High Point 

Granger, Theresa Ellen C2) Highland Forest Dr.. Matthews 

Grape, Sue Jean C4) 4 Fawn Dr., .Ashexille 

Gratzick, Edward William, Jr. C3) Rt. 4. Box 450A, Charleston, S. C. 

Greene, Susie Lee CD Chestnut Dr., Blowing Bock 

Greenson, James David C3) Rt. 1, Burlington 

Gregon', James Hall CD Box 703. Legion Dr.. North Wilkesboro 

Griffin, Joseph Laird C2) 809 S. York St., Gastonia 

Griffin, Marshall H. CD Rt. 2, Box 829, Hickorv- 

Grissom. James Edward C4) 515 5th St., Spencer 

Groce. Diana Leigh C4) Rt. 5. Mocks\-ille 

Grubbs, Ralph Raymond CD 2815 .Ashwood Dr.. Winston-Salem 

G'Scgner, Susan Jane C3) 630 Meadowbrook Dr., Marietta. Ga. 

Gullet, Karetha Louise CD Rt. 4 Box 208. Mocksville 

Gutekunst, Mar>' Jane CD MOQ 3078, Camp Leieune 

Guthrie, Bessie Paulette C4) 520 W. 13th St., Newton 

Guthrie, Judv Kate C5) 721 12th .Ave.. N.E., Hickon- 

Guthrie. Nel'da Dellinger CD 2112 15th .Ave., N.E.. Hickory 

Gwin. Julia Margaret C4) 357 7th St.. N.W.. Hickory 

Hager, Sibvle Irene C3) Bt. 2, Box 51.\. Conover 

Hall. Carrie Elizabeth C4) P. O. Box 67. Drexel 

Hall. Michael Wade CD Rt. 1. Tavlorsville 

Hall, Patricia Gayle CD 6235 Deliah Ln.. Charlotte 

Hall, Sallv Kathnne C3) Rt. 1. Claremont 

Hall, William Ramsey, Jr. C2) 1098 4th .Ave. Dr.. N.W.. Hickory 

Hamilton. Man" Margaret C2) Rt. 1. Troutman 

Hanna. Vema Ruth C2) 6233 Balboa Dr.. Oriando. Fla. 

Hanson, Richard Stephen C2) 425 Lakeside Dr.. Stateville 



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Harbinson, Brenda Kay (4) 388 W. 13th St., Newton 

Harbinson. Louise (5) 806 W. 13th St., Newton 

Harbinson, Kathnn L. (4) 248 N. .Anderson, Morganton 

Harbinson, Phillip C, (3) Gen. Deliver;', Taylorsville 

Hardin, Joseph Thomas (1) 804 Scott Ave.. Greensboro 

Hardv, David Edmond (2) 405 Gene St., High Point 

Hardv, Inez Roberta (5:) 247 5th St.. S.E., Hickory 

Hardv, Joseph Hubert (1) 247 5th St., S.E., Hickory 

Hardy, Richard Leon (3) Box 743, Pinchurst 

Hargett, Juliette CO 6112 Elmwood Cir., Charlotte 

Harkrider. Gayle Margaret (2) 5351 Greenland Rd., N.E., Atlanta, Ga 

Harmon, Sylvia Marie (2) Berkshire Dr., Statesville 

Harrington, James Richard (3) Rt. 1, Liles\-ille 

Harris, Margaret Kav (2) 5026 Elder Ave., Charlotte 

Harris, Nancv Cashatt (3) 424 McGill Dr., Albemarle 

Harris, Sylvia J. Alexander (■») Rt. 6, Box 442, Statesville 

Hars, Eisaku (1) Kobe, Japan 

Hartley, Marlene Ouida (1) Rt. 1, Box 48, Hudson 

Hartman, Susan Roger (1) 515 N, Center St., Hickory 

Hartzoge, Charles David (4) 1619 3rd St., N.E., Hickory 

HarweU, Richard Esten (4) 553 2nd St„ N.E., Hickory 

Hastings, Barrv- Guv (1) 123 West St., Laurel, Del. 

Hasrv-. James Bonner (4) 873B 8th St., N.E.. Hickory 

Hatlev, Gladvs Maxine (4) Rt. 1, Box 276, Hudson 

Hatlev. Phvliis Diann (3) Rt. 2, Box 150, Valdese 

Havnaer, Thomas Albert (3) 212 4th St., S.W., Hickory 

Hawkins, Judv Lvn (3) 960 41st St., S.W., Hickory 

Haynes, Nora Gail (1) Rt. 1, Nebo 

Heacock, Sandra Jean (1) Marviand, Charlotte 

Hearne, Janice R. (4) 317 N. 5th St., Albemarle 

Heavner, Judy Carolyn (2) Rt. 1, Newton 

Heavner, Margaret Katherine CI) 806 E, Park Dr., Lincolnton 

Hedrick, Douglas Austin C3) 404 Morton St,, Thomasville 

Hefner, Frances Ann CI) 307 19th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Hefner, Linda Kave CD 74 Rockv River Rd., Concord 

Hefner, \Villiam Bruce CI) 1017 1st Ave., S.W., Hickory 

Hege, Linda Carole C3) Rt. 4, Winston-Salem 

Heise, Robert Donald CD 2309 Cape Place, Greensboro 

Helms, Richard Larry C2) 200 Rav St., CherryviUe 

Helslev, Sandra Ellen C2) Rt. 3, Box 134, Edinburg. Va, 

Heltoii, Donald Clvde CD 1st Ave. Dr., N.W.. Hickory 

Helton, Janice Elizabeth C4) Rt, 3, Box 337, Newton 

Henderson, Susan Scott C3) 2321 Arnold Dr., Charlotte 

Henline, Barn' Hampton C3) 8320 Syracuse Cir., Vienna, Va. 

Henline, Harold Avery CD Rt. 2, Box 382, Valdese 

Henr\-, Stanley Roger C6) Rt. 3, Conover 

Herman, Brenda Jean C4) Rt. 1, Box 774, Claremont 

Herman, Donald Lvn CD Rt- 3, Box 139, Hickory 

Herman, Jane Elizabeth CD 1-1-15 8th St„ N.W.. Hickory 

Herman. Kenneth Norman C3) 878 3rd Ave., S.E., Hickory 

Herman, Louis Arthur C4) 870 8th St., N.E., Hickory 

Herman, Patsy Anna C2) Rt. 1. Box 774, Claremont 

Herring, Edward Lawson CD Box 1675, Hickory 

Hester, Linda Kav CD Rt. 1. Ellenboro 

Hen-itt, Melissa Ann C5) 1609 N, Center St.. Newton 

Hemtt, Patricia Gail C3) 2318 Springs Rd., Hickory 

Heve, Charles Edward, II C2) 308 N. Oak St., Chadbourn 

Hevmann, Hans Paulsen C3) 603 12th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Hice, Howard Golden, Jr, CD 20 Central Ave., Granite Falls 

Hicks, James Pinknev C3) 143 W. 13th St,, Newton 

Hicks, Jerry .'\lan C2) P. O. Box 2464, Newton 

Hildebran, Nancv Sue C4) Gen. Deliver;', Hildebran 

Hilton, Richard Dale C4) Rt. 2. Box 306, Claremont 

Hinds, Dorothy Ann C2) 401 "D" Ave.. Salisbury 

Hinkle, Steve Franklin CD Box 133, Welcome 

Hinshaw, Carolyn Sue C4) Carolene Farm, Taylorsville 

Hislop. Harold Somers C4) Rt. 2. Mehoopany, Pa. 

Hodges, Phvliis Dianne C3) P. O. Box 547, Mt. Airy 

Hoffman. Fave Anne C2) 709 N. Lewis St., Gastonia 

Hoffner, Brenda Elizabeth C3) Rt. 4, Box 362A, Salisbury 

Hoke, Frances Elaine CI) Rt. 1, Claremont 

Hoke, George Alden. Jr. CD 709 8th Ave. PI.. N.E.. Flickory 

Holcombe. Samuel Franklin C2) 119 N. Tradd St., Statesville 

Holden, Bobby Neil C4~) Rt. 2. Hudson 

Hollar, Janie Keisler C2) Box 345, Claremont 

Hollar, Lam- Charles C4) 1239 8th St., N.E., Hickory 

Hollar, Manin Rav, Jr. C2) 410 4th St., N.E.. Hickory 

Hollar, Robyn Elizabeth CD Rt. 3. Box 128, Conover 

Hollar, Steven Eugene C2) Rt. 3, Conover 

Hollar, Vema June C3) Rt. 3, Box 128. Conover 

Hollemann, Stephen Douglas C2) 400 E. Chatham St., Gary 

HollingswoTth, Josephine C4) 812 Berry Ave., Valdese 

Holloway. Edward Olin C3) 2908 Broadwav, W. Palm Beach, Fla. 

Holman, Michael Lee CD 302 3rd Ave., S.E., Lenoir 

Holshouser, Leslie Columbus C^) Rockwell 

Holt, James Robert C3) Julian 

Hooker, Loretta Dianne CD Tobaccoville 

Hooper, Ann Eloise CD 1401 Cortland Rd., E., Charlotte 

Hooper, Charles C2) 309 Beverly Dr., Gastonia 

Hooper, Nancy Marie C2) 508 C, North Wilkesboro 

Hoover, Barbara Ann C3) 1917 Sea Isle, Memphis, Tenn. 

Hoover, Nancv Louise CD 1917 Sea Isle, Memphis, Tenn, 

Hopkins, Bessie Briehtwell C2~) 1080 14th Ave. Dr., N.W., Hickory 

Hornbuckle, Ann White C4) P. O. Box 502, Franklin 

Hottle, Roy Baldwin CI) 226 Holiday St., Strasburg, Va. 

Hough, Nancy Jane CD 2011 Winter St., Charlotte 

Houser, Cheryl Lvnn CI) 3422 Draper Ave.. Charlotte 

Houser. Laura Elizabeth C4) 104 Ridge St.. Kings Mountain 

Howard, John Oark, Jr. CI) 73 E. Winecoff St., Concord 

Howard, Marianne r4) 740 B Ave., W. Columbia, S. C. 

Howington. Julia Price C3) Rt. 2, Granite Falls 

Hoyle, Doris Louise C4) 202 Cilenway Ave., Belmont 

Hoyle, Robert Charles C3) 605 Wellington Ave., CherryviUe 

Huffman, Alice Reichard C6) 213 3rd St„ N.E., Hickory 

Huffman, Arthur Lawson C4) Rt. 1. Box 330. Ferguson 

Huffman, Gloria Aileen C3) 902 8th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Huffman, Rebecca W. r2) Rt. 1. Box 401. Hickory 

Huffsletler. Sandra Faye CI) P. O. Brix 365. Kings Mountain 

Huggins, Elizabeth Ann C3) 326 2nd Ave., N.W., Hickory 

Hughes, Charles Patton CD 9 Laurel Ave., Asheville 

Hunt, James Farel f'4) 805 6th St., S.W., Conover 

Hunt, John Adam CD Rt. 3, Box 126, Newton 

Hunt, Martha Glenn (2) 827 9th Ave. PI., N.E,, Hickory 



Hoint, Mary Linda CD Lattimore 

Hurst, Janice Sue C2) 6248 Joyce Le, Cincinnati 37, Ohio 

Muss, Frank Jackson CD 104 Reveley St., Spindale 

Huss, Margaret Virginia CD Rt. I, Box 195, Rutherfordton 

FIuss, Wanda Faye C4) Rt. 1, Box 313, Lincolnton 

Hutchens, Henkel Hayes C2) 742 8th St., N.E., Hickory 

Hutto, David Andrew III C3) 334 3rd Ave. Dr., S.E., Hickory 

Hyden, Jack Russell CD Rt. 7, Box 56, Greensboro 

Hyder, Thomas Wayne C2) 214 McGinnis Ave., Lincolnton 

Icenhour, James Eugene C4) P. O. Box 463, Taylorsville 
Ingle, Bessie Hunsucker C2) Rt. 3, Box 81, Conover 
Inman, Susan Dee C2) 242 N. Anderson St., Morganton 
lobst, Lucinda Louise C2) 4428 Country Club, Winston-Salem 
Isenhour, Nancy Jane C4) Rt. 2, Box 331, Hickory 
Isenhower, Carolyn Kaylor C2) 710 2nd St., N.W., Conover 
Isenhower, Fernmarie M. C4) 28th Ave. PI., N.E., Hickory 

Jacklin, Wayne David C3) 3816 Manton Lane, Lynchburg, Va. 

.lackson, Anthony Keith CI) Rt. 1, Box 297-B Moose Rd., Kannapolis 

Jackson, Jo Ann CI) P. O. Box 566, Kannapolis 

Jameson, Robert Lindley CD 854 1st St., N.E.. Hickory 

Janz, Christina Amelia C4) 6420 Pearl St,, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Jarrett, Camelia Kaye C3) Rt. 2, Box 176. Lincolnton 

Jarrett, Cecelia Raye C3) Rt. 2, Box 176, Lincolnton 

Jarrett, Dorrance William C4) P. O. Box 103. Salisbury 

Jennings, Carol Moretz C3) 1413 6th St., N.W., Hickory 

Jetton, Sandra Ann C5) Rt. 1, Box 192, Conover 

Johnson, Barry Gail C3) Rt. 2, Taylorsville 

Johnson, Diane Ruth CD 832 6th Ave., S.W., Hickory 

Johnson, Emma Lou CD 935 N. Center St.. Hickory 

Johnson, Frances Louise C5) 806 13th St., Newton 

Johnson, Mickie Jean C2) Rt. 3, Vale 

Johnson, Norman Ellis CD 9508 Beverly Ave., Clinton, Md. 

Johnson, Richard Barry C2) 705 Carlton Dr., Gastonia 

Johnson, Ronald Lee C2) 214 S. Oakwood Dr., Statesville 

Johnson, Sarah Powell CI) W. C. Center, Morganton 

John.son, Shirley Ann C6) 2342 2nd Ave.. N.W., Hickory 

Tohnsoii. W^illiam Amick C3) Barium Springs 

Tolil/. Margaret C. C3) 23 Hamilton Dr., Clinton 

Jonas, lli/abeth Sue CD Box 216 Jonas Rd.. Vale 

Tones, Carole Lynn C3) 237 3rd Ave., S.E., Hickory 

Tones, Timmv V, C4"l 310 King St., Bethune, S. C. 

Jones, John Royal III C3) 351 3rd St.. N.W., Hickory 

Jones, Patricia Ann r2) 8271 Ciespi Bh'd.. Miami Beach, Fla. 

Jones, Rita Ellen C2) Viewmnnt Ants., #20B. Hickory 

Jones, Talmage Lee- Jr. CD Box O, Brvson City 

Toyner, Edward Melvin, Jr, ''2) Skye Dr., Favetteville 

Justice, Patricia Young C2) 2224 3rd St., N.E., Hickory 

Kadel, Thomas Edward CD 324 E. Court St., Urbana, Ohio 
Kaeser, Paul Stanley CD 354 Perrv Dr,. Canton, Ohio 
Kahili, Jerr>- Lee C3) Rt. 3. Box 152. Hickory 
Kaiser, Robert Bruce C3) 1226 Beaulieu Ct., Dayton 5, Ohio 
Kale, John Wesley (4) Troutman 
Kale. Wallace Leonard CD Rt. 1, Box 75. Hud.son 
KaiKl/er. Tcrrv Wayne C4) Rt. 2, Box 64B, Hickory 
Kaneer, Hobcrt Abemathy C2) 1101 Bovd St., Maiden 
Kanipe, Lennie Grace C3) 340 15th St., S.E., Hickory 
Kanoy, Diana Kay C4) 114 Idlewild Dr., Winston-Salem 
Kanupp, Paul Robert C4) Rt. 1, Box 48, Conover 
Kaplan, Faith Robinson C6) Roderet St., Valdese 
Keck, Barbara Jane CD 446 5th Ave, PL, N.E., Hickory 
Kees, Raymond Henr;', Jr. C4) 873 8th St., N.E., Hickory 
Keever, Iris Maxcine C4) 833 Powell Ave.. Valdese 
Keiser, Margaret Evans CD Rt. 1, Fisherville, Va. 
Keith, Margaret Anne CD 87 Martin Lane, Concord 
Keller, Carroll Thomas C3) Rt. 2, Box 392, Connelly Springs 
Keller, Clyde Ray CD Rt. 3. Box 129, Granite Falls 
Keller, Lutz Gottfried CD 333 3rd Ave.. N.W.. Hickory- 
Keller, Marsha Elizabeth CD 315 21st St., S.W., Hickory 
Keller, Mavnard James CD 4505 Hamilton Ave., Baltimore, Md. 
Keller, Nancy Lvnne C5) Rt. 5. Box 470-B, Hickorv 
Keller, Willie June C2) Rt. 3, Box 288, Granite Falls 
Kepley, William Cecil C3) Rt. 6, Box 520, Salisbury 
Kessler, Delia Ann C2) Rt. 1, York, Pa. 
Ketchie, loan Marie CD 212 Sardis Lane, Charlotte 
Ketner, Bonita Sue C4) 413 Janie St., Kannanolis 
Ketner, Emily Yvonne d') 3312 Hampton Rd., Raleigh 
Ketner, Katherine Elizabeth C2) 154 13th Ave., N.W., Hickory 
Ketner, Sue Carol C3) 3312 Hampton Rd., Raleigh 
Killian, Luther Shelton C3) Rt. 1, Maiden 
Killian. Paula Virginia C5) Rt. 3, Box 598, Newton 
Kimball, Lynette Marie CD 1409 Price Ave., Kannapolis 
Kincaid, Gayle Elaine CD Rt. 3, Box 624, Lenoir 
King. Hiram McDuffie CD 1211 Woodland Ave., Monroe 
Kinney, Sarah Mae C4) Rt. 1, Box 123-B, Burlington 
Kinsev, William Roger C4) 3143 Melrose Ave., Roanoke, Va, 
Kirbv', Paul Daniel C4) Rt. 2, Box 34, Hickory 
Kirkman, Julia Ellen C2) 1030 iNIartin St., Winston-Salem 
Kiser, Billy Turner C2) Rt. 1. Bessemer City 
Kiser, Richard Mike, Jr. C4) Rt. 1, Box 244, Vale 
Kissam, Roddy Roberts, Jr. C3) 456 Virginia Ave.. Statesville 
Kifchings, Wanda Louise CD 8K0 N. Center St., Statesville 
Klimp, Lydia Helene CD 2101 Gate St., Brunswick, Ga. 
Kluttz, Barbara Jean C3) Rt. 5, Box 577, Salisbury 
Kluttz, Judy Rae C4) 804 Buick Ave., Kannapolis 
Knight, Betty Elaine C3) 324 7th St., N.W., Hickory 
Kohn, Carol Elizabeth C4) 2700 Canterbury, Columbia, S C. 
Koriakin, Allan Stanley C4) Rt. 2, Box 178, Swedesboro, N. J. 
Krimminger, Virginia Kay C2) 207 Heilig Ave., Salisburv 
Kuykendall, Evelyn C, Starr (4) 59 34th St., N.W., Hickory 

Lackey, Jerry Paul C2) Rt. 1, Lincolnton 

Lackey, Terrv Carter C4) Rt. 1, Box 568, Lenoir 

Lael, Richard Lee C2) Rt. 3, Box 413, Newton 

Lail, Daniel Eugene C4) 831 2nd Ave. PL, S.E., Hickory 

Lail, John Wilbem C3) Rt. 1, Box 231, Granite Falls 

Lail, Linda Paulette CD 75 Archer St., Granite Falls 

Lambert, Kenneth C4) 405 Garrou Ave., \'aldese 

Lambie, Margaret Lee C4) 2407 Rockingham St., Arlington, Va. 

LaMoreaux, Mark Franklin C3) 11644 Chillicothe Rd., Chesterland, Ohio 

Lane, Stephen LeRoy, Jr. C2) Rt. 3, Box 519, Morganton 



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Land, Alice Reese (2) Rt. 2, TaylorsvUle 

Lanning, Betty Jane Dute (4) 146 Dover Dr., Corapolis, Pa. 

Lawrence, Terry Ronald (3) 62 18th St., N.W., Hickory 

Leatherman, Joyce Gail (1) Rt. 3, \'ale 

Ledbetter, Homer Carl, Jr. (4) 425 W. Henderson, Salisbury 

Lee, Dorothy Jane (3) 1363 Brookside Dr., Naples, Fla. 

Lee, Elizabeth McMillan (3) 1437 6th St. Circle, Hickory 

Lcfler, Carol Jean (2) 1640 E. Main St., Albemarle 

Lefler, Rachel Mac (3) 637 N. 6th St., .Albemarle 

Lehmons, Mary Jane (1) 514 W. 6th St., Newton 

LeNoir, John Edward (2) 423 8th Ave. Dr., N.W., Hickory 

Lentz, George Ray (4) 802 Isiabelle St., Kannapolis 

Lentz, Judy Katherine (1) Rt. 1, Troutman 

Lentz, Ralph Eugene, Jr. O) 105 S. Spring, Concord 

Leonard, Ronald Victor (4) 36 20th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Leonhardt. Sarah (1) Rt. 3, Box 817, iMorganton 

LeShay, Steven V. (3) 269 Mountain St., Hartford, Conn. 

Lewis, Donnie Edwin (3) 102 Buena Vista Ave., Statesville 

Lewis, Virginia Lee (4) Rt. 1, Stanley 

Leypoldt, Elaine Edythe (4) 6 Roberts St., Kendall Pk., N. J. 

Lieb, Stephen Stroud (2) 2512 Chestnut Ave., Buena X'isla, \'a. 

Linder, Leola Luckadoo (4) 450 7th Ave. PI., N.W., Hickory 

Lindwall, John Roland (1) 10 8th Ave., Freehold, N. J. 

Lineberger, Dorothy Susan (1) 920 4th Ave., N.W., Hickory 

Lineberger, Robert Reid (4) 920 4th .■\ve., N.W., Hickory 

Lineberry, Lawrence L. Jr. (4) 457 9th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Lineberry, M. Carol (3) Rt. 2, Bessemer City 

Lingafelt, Earl Thomas (3) Rt. 3, Box 832, Morganton 

Lingerfelt, Linda Jane (2) 1407 Delk Dr., High Point 

Lingle, WiUiam Rudolph (3) 1435 Cheshire Rd., Jacksonville, Fla. 

Lippard, Christopher Welker (1) 704 S. Spring, Concord 

Lipscomb, Katherine Mae (2) 7413 Hamilton St., Annandale, Va. 

Litten, Helen Kaye (3) 421 W. 12th, Newton 

Little, Donald George (1) Rt. 3, Box 419, Hickor>- 

Little, George Daniel C4) Rt. 1, Box 61, Lenoir 

Little, Michael Richard (2) Box 816, Taylorsville 

Little, Nelson Emmett (2) 2607 N. Center St., Hickory 

Little. Phyllis Bowman (4) Rt. 1, Box 176, Conover 

Livengood, Harry Samuel, Jr. ( 1 ) 706 8th St., N.E., Hickory 

Lockman, Gary Sanders (3) 304 Elizabeth Ave., Albany, Ga. 

Lohr, Linda Sue (1) Rt. 6, Lexington 

London, Gleen Lemuel, Jr. (1) 221 Wilmington St., Hamlet 

Long, Barr)' Milton (4) Rt. 5, Lincolnton 

Long, Julia Frances (2) 380 S. LTnion St., Concord 

Lorch, James Ray (3) P. O. Box 27, Albemarle 

Lo\e, Lvnn Lee (4) Box 181, Andrews 

Lucas, Barbara Jane (3) 1221 10th St. Lane, N.W., Hickory 

Luckcy, Ronald Grinnell (1) 329 Kirk Rd., Decatur, Ga. 

Luper, Nancy Ruth (3) Spicewood Dr., Winston-Salem 

Lutz, David Stuart (3) 347 Norwood St., Lenoir 

Lutz, Harold Wayne (4) Rt. 1, Box 264, Mt. Pleasant 

Lutz, William Russell (1) Rt. 3, Box 563. Newton 

Lv, Chuong Dinh (1)9 FHguventri Phuong Ave., Saigon, Viet Nam 

Lyerly, Walker III (4) 369 9th St., N.W., Hickorj- 

MacDonald, Alexander M., Jr. (2) Rt. 1, Little Rock, S. C. 

MacKenzie. Nancy Edith (2) 5410 Northland Dr., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 

Mackie, Franklin Stroud (2) 14 Forest Ave., Granite Falls 

MacWilliam, Sandra Jean (1) 945 Hibiscus Lane, \^ero Beach, Fla. 

Mahler, Martha Joan (4) 9 Red Oak Rd., Asheville 

Manlove, Ronald Laird (3) 2645 Edgewood St., Roanoke, \'a. 

Marsh. Jane Ada (3) 260 Buttonwood, Key Biscayne, Fla. 

iVlarshall, Audrev Helen (4) 7 \'ale St., Granite Falls 

Marshall, Judith Annette (1) 2505 1st Ave. PL, N.W., Hickory 

Martens, William John (4) 3700 Kennedy PI., Hyattsville, Md. 

Martin. Hugh Herbert (3) Rt. 1, Connelly Springs 

Martin, Jean Nicole (1) 525 1st Ave., N.W., Hickor)' 

Martin, Larry Eugene (3) 3763 1st Ave., S.W., Hickory 

Mathenv, Da\'ld Wade (2) 737 S. Broadway, Forest Citv 

Matthews, Priscilla T, (3) 1859 1st Ave., N.W., Hickory 

Mauney, Frankie Dale (3) 3433 Mulberry Rd.. Charlotte 

Mauney, Lynda Ann (1) 614 Piedmont, Kings Mountain 

Maxwell, Robert M. (3) 202 E. Main St., Dallas 

Maynard, Mellissa Marcella (2) 803 Elizabeth Lane, Matthews 

McAtee. Irene Elizabeth ( 1 ) 600 N. South, Mt. Airy 

McCall. Linda CO 1858 16th St., N.E., Hickor^' 

McCall, Patricia Anne D. (4) Rt. 2, Box 778, Hickory 

McCarter, Peggy Jean (1) 1084 19th Ave. PI., N.W., Hickory 

McCellan, Sandra Marilda (4) 901 Hillside Ave., Charlotte 

McCreary, Jo H. (4) Rt. 2, Box 427, Valdese 

McCreary, Suzanne (2) 921 4th St. Dr., N.E., Hickory 

McDonald, Phyllis C. (4) Rt. 4, Box 92, Lenoir 

McDougal, Martha Queen (4) 72 Northview, Ruth 

McDowell, James Dannv (3) 313 Highland Ave., S.E., Hickory 

McEntire. Jackie Edward (4) 425 4th St. PI., S.W., Hickory 

McGalliard, Thomas Calvin (4) 27 28th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

McGeachv, Neill Roderick, Jr. (4) 221 W. End Ave., Statesville 

McGhee, Richard Wiley (3) 219 Powell Dr., Raleigh 

McGinnis, Hubert Krauth (1) Rt. 3, Kings Mountain 

McGlohon, Loonis Reevis, Jr. (1) 222 \\'onder\\'ood Dr., Charlotte 

McKee, George (3) 317 8th St., N.W.. Hickory 

McKenzie, Katherine Frances (1) Rt. 2, Box 152, Wilmington 

McKenzie, William Martin (3) 435 N. 10th, Albemarle 

McKericher, Carolyn Ann (2) 2436 Tanglewood Lane, Charlotte 

McLean, Patricia Dean (2) 1206 6th Ave., S.W., Hickory 

McNeely, Don Coleman (3) 744 8th St., N.E., Hickon- 

McNeil, Martha Elizabeth (4) Rt. 1, Catawba, Va. 

McQueen, Martin Waddell (2) Box 216, Clio, S. C. 

McRary, Richard Brain (2) Rt. 2, Box 101, Lenoir 

Meadows, Linda Carol (2) Rt. 2, Taylorsville 

Means, Eugene H. (2) 444 Craig Dell Rd., New Kensington, Pa. 

Means, X'alerie Arlean (2) Box 1881, Cristobal, Canal Zone 

Meiers. Barbara Jean (4) 2845 S.W. 13 Court, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Melton, Eddie Russell (1) 30 Crestview St., Granite Falls 

Melvin, Sharon Lou E. (3) 1824 3rd .Ave., S.W.. Hickory 

Mertes, Elsie Josephine (3) 175 Idlewild Dr.. Winston-Salem 

Mertz, Edward Philip (4) 410 Chadwick Ave., Havelock 

Metts, Lucy Davis (2) 117 Linwood Drive, Lincolnton 

Miles, Marvin George, Jr. (2) 703 Nantz Dr., Thomasville 

Miller, Celia Joan (4) Box 155, Hudson 

MiUer, Christy Conger (1) 2800 N.E. 26th St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Miller, Elizabeth Truesdell (3) 1278 Holt .Ave., Macon, Ga. 

Miller, Jane Marie (3) Rt. 1, Catawba 



Miller, Linda Carolyn (4) Rt. 3, Box 565, Newton 
Miller, Robert Allen (4) 655 Juliette Ave., Lancaster, Pa. 
Millholcn, Gerald Stanley (1) Rt. 2, Box 607. Hickon- 
MilUiolland, John Gifford O) 540 6th St., N.W., Hickory 
Mills, Gerald Eugene (1) Rt. 3, Box 247-A, Concord 
Minges, Miles Austin (1) 4001 Trent Pines Dr., New Bern 
Misenheimer, David Lentz (2) 321 Mitchell Ave., Salisbury 
Mitchell, James Ruff in (1) Viewmont Apts. 11 -.A, Hickory 
Mitchell, Karen Hayes (2) 835 7th Ave., S.W., Hickory 
Mitchell, Mar>- Alice (1) \'iewmont .Apts. ll-.A, Hickory 
Moffitt, Phyllis Bruce C4j Box 415, Liberty 
Monroe, Lynn Suzanne (3) 715 Quaker Lane, High Point 
Montgomery, Bob Donald (6) 2900 Shamrock Dr., Greensboro 
Moore, Deanna Sue (2) Rt. 2, Southwood Dr., Gastonia 
Moore, Johnnie Stevens (1) Box 23, Spencer 
Moore, Lloyd H. (6) 113 Silver Creek Rd., Morganton 
Moose, Susan Lynn (2) 810 Mills Dr., Landis 
Moretz, Angela Kathleen (1) Rt. 5, Box 583, Hickory 
Moretz, Helen Schlegel CI) 1413 6th St., N.W., Hickory 
Moretz, Kay Elaine C2) Rt. 1, Box 311, Belmont 
Morgan, Foster William CO Box 728, Valdese 
Morgan, Sybil Gail C2) 9 Parkwood Dr., Concord 
Morrison, Glenn Alten (4) 204 13th St.. S.E., Hickory 
iVlorrison, Kenneth Lee C3) 1350 20th Ave., N.E., Hickory 
Moseley, Frank Ruffner C 1 ) 904 Draper Rd., Blacksburg, Va. 
Moser, Judy Ann C6) 3103 N. Center St., Hickory 
Moser, Junius Eugene C4) N. Center St., Hickorv 
MosteUer, Rachel Lee CO Rt. 3, Box 398. .Morganton 
Mull, Danny Edward C2) 820 Eldred St., S.E., \'aldese 
iMuller, Judith .Ann CO 1513 Berkeley Rd., Columbia, S. C. 
Munday, Rebecca Jane CO Rt. 1, Box 209, Conover 
Murphy, Edgar Lane C4) 1702 \Vedgedale .Ave., Statesville 
Murph>', Leslie Howard C4) Box 626, Hickory 

Neese, Norma Jean CO Rt. 6, Box 226, Greensboro 

Neill, Frances Ellen C4) Barium Springs 

Newton, Patricia Hurst C3) 120 Powell Circle, Lenoir 

Nichols, Sarah Jane C3) Box 32, Catawba 

Nininger, Richard Christian C4) 3565 Wright Rd., Roanoke, Va 

Nixon, Jon Claiborne C4) 11 9th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Nixon, Mao- Fritz C3) 11 9th .Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Noell, Malcolm Nathaniel C4) 212 8th .Ave., N.W., Hickory- 

Noggle, James Russell C4) Lake%-iew Park, Hickory 

Nordman, Frieda L. C4) 1300 Queens Rd. West, Charlotte 

Norman, Barbara Jeanne (4) Box 105, Grouse 

Norman, Brenda Gale C5) Rt. 2, Box 91, Valdese 

Norris, Mickey Alan CO 1006 DeSoto Ave., Kannapolis 

Norris, Nelson Eddy C4) 4D \'iewmont .Apts, Hickory 

Nye, John Robert CO 205 Sunnybrook Rd., Flourtown, Pa. 

Dates, Susan Jane CO Rt. 2, Box 99, Candler 

Obenschain, Mary Margaret CO 2012 Edgewater Pkwy., 

Ogle, Ernest En-in CO Laurel Rd., \'aldese 

Oleen, George Gerhard C3) Rt. 1, Pageland Rd., Monroe 

Oliver, Patricia .Anne (5) 447 4th St. PI., S.W., Hickory 

Orinson, Edward Luther C3) Rt. 1, Hickory 

Ortner, Stephen Richard CO Box 5, Hampden-Sydney, Va. 

Osborne, Judv CO Box 492, Lexington 

Osborn, Sally Spencer C4) 508 Can- St., High Point 

Overcash, Rudy Herman C3) Rt. 2, Box 43, Conover 

Oxford, Bobby Glen CO Rt. 3, Box 496, Granite Falls 

Paige, Steve Monroe CO 526 West 8, Kannapolis 
Palmer, Carolyn Page C4) 131 33rd Ave., N.W., Hickory 
Pannell, Larrv Charles C2) Claremont 
Parker, David Wayne C4) 110 S. Park Dr., Wadesboro 
Parker, Ernest Reid, III C3) Rt. 1, Cherr;-ville 
Parker, Linda Marie C2) 214 Redwood Rd., King of Prussia, Pa. 
Patterson, Bobby Allen C4) Rt. 4. Statesville 
Patterson, Jane Hunt C4) 4821 Fairheath Rd.. Charlotte 
Peace, Janet Gail C3) 1025 W. College Dr., High Point 
Peele, Belton John, III C4) 524 Beaumont Rd., Favetteville 
Peeler, Cynthia Ellen CO 194 24th St., N.W., Hickory 
Peeples, Tommie Lea CO Box 888, Thomas\ille, Ga. 
Peer, Pamela Lutz C3) Box 76, Toms Brook, \'a. 
Pentecost, John Charles C4) 3261 Sunset Dr., Charlotte 
Perryman, Gary Allen C2) 2611 Hill-n^lale, Greensboro 
Petrich, Beth Alyn C3) 950 Llhler Rd., Marion, Ohio 
Petrie, Robert William, III C4) 411 Riverside Dr., iMorganton 
Pharr, Dolores Elaine CO Rt. 1, Box 729, Claremont 
Phelps, Linda Juanene C4) 1427 Oakshade .Ave., Kannapolis 
Philbeck, Ronald Colen C3) Box 412, Hickorv 
PhiUips, Charles Luther C43 439 7th St. PI.. Conover 
Pickens, Beatrice .Ann CO Box 376, Claremont 
Pickett, Carol Lois CO Rt- 4, Box 15, Lexington 
Piechota, Michael Francis C2) Canterbury Dr., Halifax. \a. 
Pittman. Wavne Ray CO 353 19th St., N.W., Hickorv 
Pitts, Terry F. CO 32 Heller's Ch. Rd., Leacock, Pa. 
Pless, Nancy Evalyn CO 1037 3rd St., S.E., Hickory 
Plonk, Susan Ferguson CO 906 Crescent Circle, Kings Mountain 
Plunkett, David William C4) 35 31st .Ave.. N.W., Hickory 
Phmkctt, Svlvia .Anne C4) 35 31st .Ave.. N.W.. Hickory 
Poarch. Kav S. C3) Box 152, Drexel 

Pollock, Mary Stanley C2) 624 W. Park Dr.. Lincolnton 
Pons, Julius C. C4) 204 Morgan St.. \aldese 
Poole, Evelyn Maxine C4) Rt. 1. Box 149. Denver 
Poovey, Patsy Gregg C5) 2371 18th -Ave., N.E., Hickorv- 
Pope, Martha Gail B. C4) 566 Hartness Rd., Statesville 
Pope, Mary- Elizabeth C3) 501 Bouchard St., X'aldese 
Poteat, Mary Bost C3) Rt. 3, Lenoir 

Powell, Kathrvn Melissa CO 2717 Providence Rd., Charlotte 
Preslar, Ronald Max CO Rt. 5, Box 645, Hickorv 
Price, Judv Gantt C2~l 509 S. Grier St.. Lincolnton 
Propst. .-Vda Jane CO 730 Wil-Mar Dr.. Concord 
Pruett, Royal Neal (3) Rt. 1. Casar 

Pruette. Betty Lou C3) 225C N. -Anderson St.. Morganton 
Pruette. Carrell C3) Rt. 3. Box 89. Vale 
Psioda, Terrence Gregory- CO 2524 4th St.. X.E., Hickory- 
Punch. U'avne Eugene (3^ Rt. 3. Box 132, Hickorv 
Pursley, Franklin E. C2) 310 Church, Abbeville. S.' C. 

Quails, James Roy C4) W. Central .Ave., Jamestown, Term. 
Quanstrom, Conrad Lee (3) 2409 Sceptor Lane, Birmingham, .Ala. 



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Rader. Judith Anne (5) 313 Willow St., Lenoir 

Raine, Robin Kristin (1) 606 Lakeside Dr., FuUerton, Calif. 

Ramsev, Sue Ellen (3) Rt. 2, Bessemer City 

Randall, Phvllis Diann (3) Rt. 3, Bo.\ 215, Morganton 

Ratchfoid. WUliam Clyde (2) Rt. 1, Dallas 

Reavis, Barbara Martin (2) Rt. 7, Box 171, Statesville 

Rebhan. Dorothy Ann (2) 209 Hillcrest PI., Salisbury 

Reep. David Lewis (1) 2539 2nd Ave., N.W., Hickory 

Reese, Clara Mae (1) Rt. 3, Box 116A, Hickory 

Reese, Marcus Lee (1) 604 Pate St., Monroe 

Reid, Paul David (1) Rt. 2, Box 133, Lenoir 

Reinhardt, Peggv Elaine (3) Rt. 2, Box 80, Maiden 

Revnolds. Doris B. (1) Rt. 3, Box 535, Newton 

Reynolds, Robert Jerald (3) Rt. 1, Box 130, Connelly Springs 

Rliea. Ronald Warren (1) 410 Fulton Rd., Kings Mountain 

Rhoads, Kathleen Carol (3) Box 315, Rt. 1, Gilbertsville, Pa. 

Rhodes, Jerome Martin (3) Rt. 2, Pendleton, S. C. 

Rhonev. Alice Kay Seitz (3) Rt. 3, Vale 

Rhoney, Ann Hurt ( 1 ) Rt. 3, Vale 

Rice, Barbara Jane (4) 255 Woodcrest, Key Biscayne, Fla. 

Richards, Frank (3) 854 I4th Ave., N.W., Hickory 

Rilev, James Dinges, Jr. (4) 409 Treadwell St., Berryville, Va, 

Riley, Kendall Shealy (3) 409 Treadwell St., BerryvUie, Va. 

Rimmer, John Thomas (2) Rt. 1, Box 71, Rockwell 

Rimmer, Martha Jane (1) Rt. 1, Rock^vell 

Rimmer, Sandra iVliriam (1) Rt. 1, Troutman 

Rink, Sarah Louise (1) 728 7th Ave., S.W., Hickory 

Ritchie, Paula Ruth (2) Rt. 7, Box 146, Salisbury 

Robbins, Richard Lee (2) 2233 9th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Roberts, Theresa Imogene (3) Rt. 1, Box 192, Hudson 

Robertson. Mary Margaret (1) 107 Broady Lane, Maryville, Tenn. 

Robinson, Grace Elizabeth (2) Box 448, Concord 

Robinson, John Tucker, Jr. (4) 754 S. Union, Concord 

Robinson, Mary Ellen (3) Rt. 3, Box 282, Newton 

Robinson, Pacita Yvonne (1) 2505 W. Club Blvd., Durham 

Robinson, Rebecca Eloise (1) Rt. 3, Box 282, Newton 

Rochelle. Judith Elizabeth (2) 620 N. Caldwell, Salisbury 

Rockett, Donnie Cecil (3) Rt. 1, Claremont 

Rodgers, June Evelyn (1) 303 A\'ondale Circle, Sevema Park, Md. 

Roever, Brenda Louise (1) Box 214, Conover 

Roger. Janice Karen (2) 802 Middleford Rd., Seaford, Del. 

Rollins, Fred .Marshall, Jr. (4) 902 S. Linwood, Gastonia 

Rollins. Nancv Rebecca (4) 1203 Hardin Dr., Shelby 

Rollins, Robert William (1) Rt. 6, Box 32, Shelby 

Roock, Barbara Ann (4) Rt. 1, Conover 

Roper, Donald Lee (2) 120 Lee St., Lenoir 

Roper, Rita Ellen (2) 426 4th St., N.W., Hickory 

Ross, Carol Lynn Terri (4) Box 351, Indian Lake Estates, Fla. 

Ross, Ira Diana (1) 1308 Salem Rd., Morganton 

Rountree, Marv Ann (1) 1361 Amanda Cr., Decatur, Ga. 

Rowe, Joe Carl' (3) Rt. 3, Box 412M, Hickory 

Rowe, Marshall Dwain C3) 1502 Virginia St., Columbus, Ga. 

Rudisill, Aundria Carol (4) Rt. 3, Box 303B, Newton 

Rudisill, Barbara Kay (3) 1425 5th St., N.E., Hickory 

Rudisill, Diane Theresa (3) Box 515, Hickory 

Rudisill, Elbert Andrew, Jr. (1) 290 1st Ave., S.E., Hickory 

Rudisill, Kelly Lamar (1) 41 29th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Rudisill, Linda Margaret (1) Box 533, Lincolnton 

Rudisill. Mary Celeste (1) 1011 Temple Ct., Gastonia 

Rudisill, Sheila lone (4) 871 8th St., N.E., Hickory 

Rudisill, Vickie Lee (4) 925 E. Park Dr., Lincolnton 

Rufty, Judv Carol (4) 411 W. 14th St., Salisbury 

Rushing, Beverly Kay (3) Rt. 2, Box 360, Monroe 

Russell, Roscoe Wayne (3) 116 S. Patterson St., Statesville 

Russell, Susan (1) 1800 Wilkinson Pk., Maryville, Tenn. 

Ruth, Jacqueline Dell (2) 308 Summit Ave., Salisbury 

Sadler, Ann Elizabeth (4) 127 Church St., Leesville, S. C. 

Safara, Marcian (2) 3721 Galicia Rd., Jacksonville, Fla. 

Sain, Betty Scronce (3) Rt. 2, Vale 

Sain, Katherine Ernestine (1) Rt, 1, Vale 

Saine, James Larry (3) 521 N. Aspen, Lincolnton 

Sanders, Betty Lynn (3) 3735 Rubin Rd., Jacksonville, Fla. 

Saunders, Jackson Luther (2) 505 E. 2nd St., Newton 

Savell, Willie Rulh (2) 1826 N. College Ave., Newton 

Scheld, Alice Thomas (2) 711 W. Pine Circle, Statesville 

Schiele, Frederick Bradford (4) 2204 Coles Blvd., Norristown, Pa. 

Schladensky, Linda Rose (2) Crestview, Mocksville 

Schnaufer, Mary Pamela (2) 117 HoUie Ct., Maitland, Fla. 

Schwalm, Joanne Louise (4) 4983 S. Sedgwick Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 

Sconyers, Norvelle Briggs (3) Box 403, Summerton, S. C. 

Scott, Van Cletus, Jr. CO 901 Arlxjr Lane, Concord 

Seagle, Barbara Carpenter (2) Rt. 1, Lincolnton 

Sears, Carolyn Ann (3) 213 25th St., S.W., Hickory 

Sechrist, Ralph McKinley (3) 3756 Wabash Dr., Winston-Salem 

Secrest, Donald Wayne (1) Box 112, Drexel 

Secrest, Kenneth Charles, Sr. (4) Rt. 2, Box 29-A, Valdese 

Seitz, Patty Lynn (5) Rt. 3, Box 107, Newton 

Seitz, Roy Eugene (3) 3737 Freedom Dr., Charlotte 

Selby, William Elledge, Jr. (4) 1126 Belgrave PI., Charlotte 

Sentelle, Sandra Lee (2) 605 4th Ave., S.W., Hickory 

Setzer, Carolyn Jean Mundy (3) Rt. 2, Box 56, Newton 

Setzer, Dennis Lee (4) 20 26th Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Setzer, Gaye Nelle (4) Box 215, Claremont 

Setzer, Katherine Louise (4) Rt. 1, Box 516, Claremont 

Shankle, Terry Eugene (2) 304 W. Lexington, High Point 

Shannon, William Gary (2) 1236 Maxwell St., Salisbury 

Sharpe, Sandra Louise (2) 662 Carpenter Ave., Mooresville 

Sharpe, Susan Jane Fox (3) P. O. Box 686, Taylorsville 

Shell, Jeanne Stanford (1) 527 6th Ave., S.W., Hickory 

Shephard, Helen Diane (3) 7838 Manata, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Sherrer, Linda Louise (2) 314 Maner Rd., Kings Mountain 

Sherrill, Alice Host (1) 927 21st Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Sherrill, Carole Janet (2) 709 B Dogwood Dr., Lincolnton 

Sherrill, Jimmy Lawrence (4) Rt. 8, Box 130, Statesville 

Shipman, Margaret Patricia (1> 419 8th St., N.W., Hickory 

Shipton, Ann Marie (1) Rt. 1, Box 453, Taylorsville 

Shirey, John Luther (2) Rt. 2, Box 3, Hickory 

Shoffner, Janice La Verne ( 1 j Rt. 1 , Burlington 

Shook, Charles Edgar, Jr. (4) 3007 13th Ave,, S.W., Hickory 

Short, Carolyn Bonita (2) Rt. 5, Box 504-E, Hickory 

Shrum, Daniel Christopher (1) 105 5 4lh St., N.E., Hickory 

Shrum, Jill Qark (3;; 1055 4th St., N.E., Hickory 



Shuford, Brenda Avonne (1) 1401 Crystal Rd., Charlotte 
Shulenburger, David Edwin (3) Rt. 5, Box 514, Salisbury 
Shull, Sylvia Ann (1) Rt. 3, Vale 

Shutt, Linda Diarme (1) Rt. 7, Box 186, Winston-Salem 
Sides, Julian Michael (1) Rt. 2, Rockwell 
Sides, Kenneth Edward (2) 630 Carolina Ave., N. Statesville 
Sides, Marilyn Carol (1) 205 3rd St., S.E., Hickory 
Sieverts, John Wentz (3) 1 1 5 N. Main St., Hampstead, Md. 
Sigmon, Alice Faye (1) 2315 N. Stewart Ave., Newton 
Sigmon, Coleen (4) Rt. 1, Box 331, Hickory 
Sigmon, Brenda Louise (4) Rt. 3, Box 35 5, Hickory 
Sigmon, Donald Eugene (2) Rt. 3, Box 601, Newton 
Sigmon, Donnie Hugh (3) Rt. 1, Box 256, Connelly Springs 
Sigmon, Elizabeth Wise (3) 1440 19th Ave., N.E., Hickory 
Sigmon, Faye Wagner (2) Rt. 2, Box 315, Hickory 
Sigmon, James Monroe (2) Rt. 1, Newton 
Sigmon, Stephen Douglas (4) Rt. 2, Box 410, Newton 
Simila, Patricia Ann (2) 101 Brantford Ave., Silver Spring, Md. 
Simmons, Brenda Newton (4) 204 Rocky Ford St., Morganton 
Simmons, Don Thomas (1) Rt. 1, Stoneville 
Simmons, Jerry Lee (4) 16-B Viewmont Apts., Hickory 
Simpson, Mary T. (4) 1563 11th St., N.W., Hickory 
Sims, Janette Lowman (2) 6 N. Main Ave., Maiden 
Sims, Ronald Lee (3) 210 W. "J", Newton 
Sipe, Glenn Wayne (4) Rt. 2, Box 205, Conover 
Sipe, Larry Charles (2) 504 W. Church, Cherryville 
Sipe, Terry Lee (1) Box 1 15, Rt. 3, Newton 
Sisk, Stephen B. (1) 53 26th Ave., N.E., Hickory 
Skinner, James Leigh (2) 12-A Viewmont Apts., Hickory 
Slagle, Frank David ( 1 ) Box 482, Andrews 
Sloan, Linda Kay (3) Rt. 2, Box 28, Statesville 
Sloan, Mary Jo (4) 1305 Lowell Dr., S.E., Huntsville, Ala. 
Sloop, Jimmy Howard (2) 600 Sunset Dr., High Point 
Sloop, Judy Vernice (1) 413 Ruth Ave., Kannapolis 
Sloop, Michael Barbee (4) Rt. 1, Box 408, Kannapolis 
Smart, Candis Louise C 1 ) 648 7th Ave., S.E., Hickory 
Smith, Anita Davis (3) Rt. 6, Lenoir 
Smith, Brenda Faye (2) Box 763, Newton 
Smith, Brookie Darnell (1) 420 Springs St., Albemarle 
Smith, Connelly Wayne CO 17 Grandview St., Granite Falls 
Smith, Earl Melvin C4) Rt. 6, Box 400, Jacksonville, Fla. 
Smith, Gary Dean C4) 348 23rd Ave., N.E., Hickory 
Smith, Harry Moss (1) 102 West View St., Forest City 
Smith, Jeanne Elizabeth C4) 300 Wiley Ave., Salisbury 
Smith, Larry Brandon C35 P. O. Box 177, Hudson 
Smith, Linda Ann CO Rt. 3, Box 360, Morganton 
Smith, Lloyd Dolan C2) Rt. 2, Box 458, Lexington 
Smith, Matth Zoe C2) 101 Senate St., Clover, S. C. 
Smith, Patricia Sue C4) Rt. 3, Box 568, Hickory 
Smith, Patsy Lail C4) Rt. 1, Box 288, Connelly Springs 
Smith, Peggy Flowers CO 109 Brookside Dr., Lenoir 
Smith, Robert Larochie ( 1 ) 302 W. 8th St., Newton 
Smith, Scott Henderson C4) 503 1st St., N.E., Hickory- 
Smith, Sharon Ann C2) P. O. Box 1394, Hickory 
Smith, Susan Elizabeth C3) 1335 Ruffner Rd., Schenectady, N. Y. 
Smith, Theresa Margaret C2) 101 Cedar St., Concord 
Smith, William Richard III C2) Rt. 2, Box 121-A, Sutheriin, Va. 
Smyre, Joice Ann C2) Rt. 5, Box 136, Hickory 
Smyre, Tanya Kaye C3) 355 6th St., N.W., Hickory 
Sockwell, Linda Joyce C2) 107 Holt Ave., Greensboro 
Southard, Charles R. C4) 707 Lindsay St., High Point 
Southard, James Aubrey C2) 707 Lindsay St., High Point 
Sparks, David Lemuel C2) 1731 Emoriland Blvd., Knoxville, Tenn. 
Speagle, Patricia Robbins C2) 4C Viewmont Apts., Hickory 
Speagle, Paul Sedrick C4) P. O. Box 951, Hickory 
Spencer, Jerry Lane C3) 2734 12th Ave. Dr., N.E., Hickory 
Spencer, Patricia Susan CO Box 58, Rt. 3, Boone 
Spencer, Richard Franklin C4) P. O. Box 334, Conover 
Sporer, Nancy Marie CO 2010 11th St. Ct., N.W., Hickory 
Spurlock, Clark Guin CO 569 1st St., N.W., Hickory 
Stallings, Porter James, Jr. CO Rt. 4, Lenoir 

Stamey, Evelynn Sue Hefner CO 1550 15th Ave., N.E., Hickory 
Stamey, Patsy Ann C4) Rt. 5, Lincolnton 
Stamey, Virginia Elizabeth C4) Hoyle St., Valdese 
Starnes, Greta Lynn C4) Rt. 3, Box 101, Granite Falls 
Starnes, Jane Shuford C2) 449 5th Ave. PI., N.E., Hickory 
Stasavich, Walter Lewis CO 205 Lewis St., Greenville 
Stauffer, Gary Bruce CO HI N. Park Ave., Norristown, Pa. 
Steele, Betty C3) Rt. 1, Box 55, Cleveland 
Steele, Jane Margaret C2) 703 Grier St., Statesville 
Steele, Jimmie Eugene CO 333 McAlway Rd., Charlotte 
Steelman, Linda Ruth C4) Rt. 2, Box 169, Conover 
Stephens, Bobby CO Rt. 3, 353 3rd St., N.W., Hickory 
Stephens, Bradford Kenneth CO 468 5th Ave. PI., Hickory 
Stephens, Harold Dean C3) 48 19th St., N.W., Hickory 
Stephens, Judy Gale C3) Rt. 2, Box 1060, Connelly Springs 
Stephens, Phillip Edward CO 502 N. Ennis St., Fuquay-Varina 
Stephenson, George White C2) 424 E. 3rd A\'e., Red Springs 
Stevenson, Ewell Alexander C4) Rt. 3, Statesville 
Stevenson, Michael Warren C3) 1240 Paddock Cir., Charlotte 
Stewart, James Jeneil C4) 3588 1st Ave Cir., N.W., Hickory 
Stewart, Norman Butler CO 925 4th Ave. Dr., N.W., Hickory 
Stone, Jake Wilbur, Jr. C2) Rt. 7, Winnsboro, S. C. 
Stroud, Nancy June C4) 3317 Ajjson St., Charlotte 
Stowe, Thomas Rhyne C2) 307 Dodge St., Mt. Holly 
Strieker, Robert Lewis CO Country Club Rd., Brevard 
Striefel, Cynthia CO 7913 Miruelo Cir., Jacksonville 
Stronach, Katherine V. C3) 132 High St., Lenoir 
Stroupe, Judy Deal C4) 409 Garrou Ave., S.E., Valdese 
Suber, Samuel Robert, III CO 307 W. Gold St., Kings Mountain 
Sudderlh, Gloria Ann C2) 649 1st Ave., S.E., Hickory 
Summerlin, Muriel Wooten C5) P. O. Box 21 1, Granite Falls 
Summers, John Dent II C4) 524 6th St., N.W., Hickory 
Summers, Mary Susan CI) 314 S. Oakwood Dr., Statesville 
Sweet, Bill Pickering C4) 1206 Melchor Rd., Albemarle 
Swicegood, David Efird C2) 2122 12th Ave., N.E., Hickory 
Swink, Lottie Huffman C4) 1360 4th St., N.W., Hickory 
Swink, Russell Gene C4) Rt. 1, Box 181, Connelly Springs 
Switzer, James Edward, Jr. C2) Box 179, Wilkesboro 
Switzer, Jan Michele CO 509 D St., North Wilkesboro 

Tarn, Patrick Chiung Ming CO 61 Queen's Rd., E., 3/F Hong Kong 
Taylor, Carol Ann CO Rt. 4, Box 85, Franklin 



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Taylor, Katherine Marie (2) 3291 Archdale Rd., High Point 

Taylor, Margaret Jeanne (4) 1729 Cooper Rd., Virginia Beach, Va. 

Taylor, Michael Hoyle (4) 729 N. Laurel St., Lincolnton 

Taylor, Rebecca Helen (1) 25 Broughton Rd., Charleston, S. C. 

Taylor, Rebekah L. (6) 205 Warren St., Wilson 

Taylor, Scott>' Gene (4) Barium Springs 

Teague, Bett>' Carolyn (2) Rt. 1, Box 115, Granite Falls 

Teague, Carolyn Faye (3) Rt. 2, Harmony 

Teague, John Wesley (3) P. O. Box 11, Lenoir 

Teague, Pamela Ann (2) 281 Crepe Myrtle, Winston-Salem 

Teague, Rachel Hayes (1) Rt. I, Box 5 3 A, Hickory 

Teague, Terry Kalhrj-n (2) 2817 S. Ridge, Concord 

Teague, Thomas Wiley (1) 14th St., S.E., Hickory 

Teague, WiUiam Bedford, Jr. (4) Rt. 1, Granite Falls 

Teed, Ronald Edwin (4) P. O. Box 1 15, Little Mountain, S. C. 

Teeter, Earl Bangle, Jr. (4) Apt. 4A Viewmont Apts., Hickory 

Terry, Evelyn Margaret (4) 1512 12th St. Dr., N.W., Hickory 

Thomas, James Luther (3) 3243 Brandywine Ave., Roanoke, Va. 

Thomas, Patsy Snyder (2) Rt. 5, Box 1 14, Lenoir 

Thomas, Richard Roger (25 2046 Eaton Rd., Charlotte 

Thomas, Tommy Levi (3) Rt. 3, N. Wilkesboro 

Thompson, Mary Melissa (4) 220 iMaple St., Statesville 

Thompson, Stuart Raymond (4) Box 612, Dogwood Lane, Davidson 

Thornburg, Charles William (2) Rt. 4, Box 72, Hickory 

Tompkins, Virginia Irene CO "^69 Lyttleton Dr., Charlotte 

Travis, Robert Yount ( 1 ) Box 34, Claremont 

Trent, Rosa Pelham (3) 1329 Drumcliffe Rd., Winston-Salem 

Triplette, Michael Lester (3) Rt. 1, Box 50, Granite Falls 

Triplette, Patricia Dianne (3) Rt. 1, Box 50, Granite Falls 

Trott, Selena Anne (1) 208 E. Kings St., Kings Mountain 

Troutman, Carolyn Sue (3) Jackson Training School, Concord 

Troutman, Jenny Sue (3) 436 S. Tradd St., Statesville 

Troutman, Mary Ann (3) Box 435, Troutman 

Truesdail, George Franklin (4) E. Main St., Brevard 

Tucker, Edward Glenn (1) 448 22nd Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Tuller, Judith Anne (4) Box 543, E. Flat Rock 

Turkelson, Richard Wesley C4) 1006 4th .\ve. Dr., N.W., Hickor>- 

Turnbull, Charles Edward (1) 325 2nd St. PL, N.W., Hickory 

Turner. Byron Leon (2) 4529 Crestmont Dr., Charlotte 

Turner, Roxie Tonda ( 1 ) E. End Ave., Box 746, States\-ille 

Turpin, Lou Ann CO 615 4th St., N.E., Flickory 

Tysor, Victoria Dianne C2) 414 Dublin Rd., Asheboro 

Ullman, Robert Eugene (3) 239 9th St., S.W., Hickory 
Ulsh, Doris Jeanne (2) 1014 Gloria Ave., Durham 
Underwood, Philip CO 809 E. St., Waynesville 

Van Horn, Stephen Earl CO 410 W. Garden Rd., Oreland, Pa. 

X'asgaard, \'ickie Lynn C2) 740 Wilshire, Winston-Salem 

Vaughn, Miles Gregorv' CO Rt. 1, Box 335, Valdese 

\'ereen, Beverly Kay C2) 1001 Tatum. New Bern 

\'ivian, Eric John (3) 12 Beilevue Crescent, Aylmer E. Ave., Quebec, Canada 

Voss, Earl Gray C 1 ) Box 296, Rural Hall 

Voss, Lawrence Edward C3) Box 296, Rural Hall 

Waddell, Richard Dennie (1) Rt. 7, Box 518, Lenoir 
Wade, Mary G. C6) lU'/z Evans St., Morganton 
Wagner, Dixie Paulette CO Rt. 2, Conover 
Wagner, Gloria C2) 2035 Sharon Rd., Charlotte 
Walke, Edwin Crane C2) 2608 Camden Rd., Greensboro 
Walker, Berta Jo CO 430 1st Ave., N.W.. Hickory 
Walker, David Stevenson C2) Rt. 1, Box 354, Morganton 
Walker, Judith .Ann C3) Rt. 8, Box 61-E. Charlotte 
VA'alker, Margaret S. (3) Pegwood, Rt. 4, Statesville 
Walker, Ravmond Ervin C4) Rt. 1, Box 186, Morganton 
Wall, Donald Clifton C4) 103 Fisher, Sprav 
Wallace, Gerald Patrick (2) 150 Duval St., Concord 
Wallace, Nancy Ashford C3) 5 Circle Dr., Granite Falls 
Wallace, Sandra Lee F. C4) Rt. 2, Cherrv\ille 
Ward, Blenda Mae C4) Box 823, Connelly Springs 
Ward, Linda Diane C2) Rt. 2, Box 163, Fletcher 
Ware, Beverly Costner C3) 501 S. Main St., Mt. Hollv 
Ware, Margaret Ann C2) 501 S. Main St., Mt. Holly 
Warren, Randa Louise (2) Rt. 7, Box 174, Statesville 
Waters, Danny Lamar (3) 2220 2nd St., N.E., Hickorj- 
Watson, Janet Elaine ( 1 ) Box 22, Syh'a 
AA'atson, Lloyd James (4) 40314 Hospital Ave., Lenoir 
Watson, Stephen Allen C3) Rt. 4, Box 458, Lenoir 
Watson, Thomas Hiott, Jr. (4) 5 5th Ave., N.E., Hickory 
Watts, Douglas Ann C4) Scotts 
Weatherman, David Wayne (3) Rt. 1, Box 121, Union Grove 



Weaver, Brace Edward C3) 2027 34th St., S.E., Washington, D. C. 
Weaver, Donna Elizabeth C2) 2027 34th St., S.E., Washington, D. C. 
Weaver, Linda Killian (3) Rt. 2 Box 448, Hickory- 
Webb, David Hanford C4) 3964 WhitehaU, Charlotte 
Webb, Gary Edson CO 1200 Brookview .Ave., Kettering, Ohio 
Webb, Sara Elizabeth CO Rt. 5, Pitts Park 
Wells, David Max C2) Rt. 2, Canton 

Wessell, Conrad Bowman, II (4) 405 S. Jefferson, Goldsboro 
Wesson, Carole Suzanne C5) 429 Main St., E., \'aldese 
West, Cecelia Jane C2) Rt. 2, Box 167, Grassy Creek 
West, Michael Cloer C4) Rt. 2, Box A-108, Lenoir 
\A'estmoreIand, Donnie Roger C3) 489 14th .Ave., N.E., Hickory 
Whisenant, Rebecca Lynn C5) Rt. 3, Box 575-C, Lenoir 
Whisenant, William Franklin C3) 413 6th Ave., S.W., Hickory 
Whisnant, Barry Wade C4) Claremont 
Whisnant, Donald Kermit CO Rt. 3, Box 295, Vale 
Whisnant, James Edgar CO Rt. 1, Newton 
Whisnant, Wanda Lillie CO Rt. 3, Box 758, Lenoir 
Whisnant, William Franklin C3) 413 6th Ave., S.W., Conover 
White, Ann Austin C2) 938 N. Center St., Hickory 
White, Charles Rav CO Rt. 1, Box 363C, Taylorsville 
White, Darryl Lawrence (4) Rt. 2, Box 408, Hickory 
White, Mildred Jane C5) Rt. 1, Box 235, Tavlorsville 
White, Stephen Elliott C2) Rt. 1, Box 349, Granite Falls 
M'hitener, Alice Carolyn C4) Rt. 3, \^ale 
Whitener, Donald Ray C4) Rt. 3, Box 229, Hickory 
Whitley, Carolyn Mauney C4) 101 Gould -Ave., Bessemer City 
Whitley, Johnny Rogers C3) 503 E. St., Albemarle 
Whittington, Howard James C2) Rt. 4, Box 584, Lenoir 
Wick, Martha Ann C2) 406 Crest Rd., Oreland, Pa. 
Wiles. Sandra Kay C4) Rt. 2, Hiddenite 
Wilkie, Jerry Lane C2) 919 S. Lafayette St., Shelby 
Winkinson, Gary Ralph C2) Box 766, Rt. 2, Connelly Springs 
Williams, Er\'in .Alonzo, Jr. C4) 411 7th A\e.. N.E., Hickors- 
Williams, Linda G. C4) 4431 S. Alston .Ave., Durham 
Williams, Thomas Richard III C4) 25 9th .Ave., N.E., Hickor}- 
Willis, Donna Ann C2) Box 44, Concord 
Willis, Sarah Elizabeth C4) 210 E. Boyd St., Maiden 
Wilson, Ann Gray CO Box 216, Catawba 
Wilson, John Harvey CO 609 Pineburr Ave., \'aldese 
Wilson, Judy Kaye C"*) Rt. 1, Vale 
Wilson, June Abernathy C3) Box 275, Hickor\' 
Wilson, Larry Charles (3) Rt. 1, Beloit, Ohio 
Wilson, Leona Gail CO 521 21st St. S.W., Hickory 
Wilson, Pamela Sue C2) Rt. 7, Mallard Creek Rd., Charlotte 
Wilson, Steven Neal CO 1160 30th St., S.W., Hickor>- 
Wine, Joan Carley C3) 211 Rose Hill Cr., Staunton, \'a. 
Wine, \\'inston Barth C4) 1403 N. Augusta St., Staunton, Va. 
Withers, Nancy Carol C2) 328 Corriher .Ave., Salisbury- 
Witherspoon Phyllis Diane C5) Rt. 1, Dallas 
Wolfe, Bernice Elaine C5) 927 Crestmere St., Charlotte 
Wood, Craig Luther C3) Rt. 1, Lincolnton 
Wood, Ellen Cauthen C3) 1617 Poston Circle, Gastonia 
Woods, Ronald Neil C3) 1237 2nd St., N.E., Hickorj 
Wray, Jack Clark C3) 505 Engleman -A\e., Burlington 
Wright, Jane Elizabeth C2) 419 Greenlee St., Marion 
Wright, Robert Wilbur C3) 7121 Meadowbrook, Lynchburg, Va. 
W'yatt, James Allen C3) Box 131, Stoneville 

Yarbrough, Martha Lee C^) R'- !■ Lincolnton 

Yerton, Connie Myrle CO 154 Cedar St., Concord 

Yoder, Jimmv Durant C3) 534 3rd Ave.. N.W., Hickorv 

Yoder, Paul 'McMillan (3) Box 496, Hildebran 

Yoder, Sandra Delia C2) 1295 Washington Blvd., Cleveland, Ohio 

Yoder, Sherron Rebecca C3) Rt. 1, Box 518, N'aldese 

Yoder, Wayne Miller C3) Rt. 2, Box 1 19, Lincolnton 

York, Carolyn Crouse CO 527 Carolina .-\ve., .Maiden 

York, Linda Keenan (4) 224 N. Anderson, Morganton 

York, Reuben Edward C6) 1222 7th St., N.E., Hickor^- 

York, Theresa Kay CO Rt. 2, Box 242, Rutherfordton 

Yorke, Ruth Dianne C3) Rt. 3, Concord 

Younce, Janice Marie (2) 2120 6th St., N.W., Hickory 

Young, Faith Thomas C4) 1205 Main .Ave. Dr., N.W., Hickory 

Young, Roddv Edward C2) Box S3, Hildebran 

Yount, Albert Marshall C4) 213 W. "C" St., Newton 

Yount, Barbara Jean C3) Rt. 1, Box 343, Concord 

Yount, Boyd L. (4) 142 26th St., S.W.. Hickory 

Yount, Fabian Stephen C3) 20 19th .Ave., N.E., Hickory 

Yount, Karen Elaine Deck C2) 721 13th -Ave., N.W.. Hickorj- 

Yount, Robert Garv C3') Rt. 2, Box 343, Concord 

Yount, Robert Geoffrey C O 20 19th .Ave., N.E., Hickorj- 



Quotations from Sand mid Foam by Kahlil Gibran copyright 1954 

The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran, Copyright 1951 by administrators C.T..A. of 
Kahlil Gibran Estate and Mary G. Gibran. Published by Alfred A. Knopf. 



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