A L Brown High School - Albrokan Yearbook (Kannapolis, NC)

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' ":1" a' ' J- ,, A L L ,1 4 I., '1 1: 1155 3 -- if . . iff' cj' It , AQ. if? A ji? 5115 gg J 5-4-15 if Q45 I 1 nj L .E ' : - 5 ,. , L Q P,,, . --s 5, Lg. ' ' wr ff-ESQ i' ' ,vmg H lf'f.g2i?'1' an Y 'K'f'i.15!i'us-It 4. vm L 'Q .Af .4 . , -n. ', 4 . , A . 4. 'tl - 1 1-ai. if.. Q4fLi1qEa,5 A. L.BRONNN HIGH SCP1OOL KANNAPOLIS NORTH CAROLINA MAfAin FOREWORD XfVithin the doors ol' Brown High he the memories of the time you spent here, studying, Creating, and making friends. Realizing this, our aim has been to make this 1956 ALBROKAN a permanent treasury of your memories of BHS, something tangihle, preserving forever these busy, glowing, vihrant years. Let each of these pages represent a door which opened to you new adventures and greater learning which must ever he a part of your life. EAQZIQ 6!00l"6 x I C O N T E N T S ADMINISTRATION CLASSES DEPARTMENTS ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS ADS DEDIC To Miss MAURINE PERRYMAN for her unfailing loyalty as teacher, friend, and adviserg for her patience and encouragement when we had reached our endg and without whom this annual could not have been possible, this 1956 ALBROKAN is sincerely dedicated. ATI U itlwin thc clmm ul' llrmvn I liglu, func ol' the must important fQz1L't4ml's is 'ultyx Hcspmmsllulc lm' lwcplng CVCl'yfl1lI1g runnmg SIl1UOIl1ly, tlmcy cn Lll1LlPPl'L'Ci2lfCd1 but nut l'UI'g1lllL'l1. W. I. BULLOCK BA., Duke University: NIA., William and Marv S1110e1'intendent F. O. DRulx1moND AB., Furiiian Universitvl MA., A.S.T.C. Principal ADMINISTRATION MRS. VERON GILRIORE AB., Greensboro College Psychologyg Dean of Girlsg Banking Adviser D. N. HAMRICK AB., Lenoir Rliyneg NLA., A.S.T.C. Science, Historyg Dean of Boysg Assistant Coach MRS. HERBIAN BosT1AN Draugl1n's Business College Secretary Mas. HARVEY LEE HUEEMAN Lewis Training School Dietitian BOB L. ALEXANDER-B.M.E., Shenandoah Conservatory of Musicg Orchestra. JEVVEL BEAUFORD-B.S.II.F.., VV.C.U.N.C., Home Econoniicsg Biologyg General Scienceg F.H.A. Adviserg Adviser of Cheerleaders. ROY D. BOONE-AB., Catawba Collegeg Head of History Departnientg Co-Sponsor Honor Society. FRANCES BOUNDS-A.B., Lenoir Rhyneg Matheiizaticsg Student Governnient Adviserg Head of Math Department. CLAUDE H. BRITT, IR.-B.A., VVake Forest Collegeg MA., University of Alabamag Spanishg Uforld Historyg Spanish Clula Adviser. F A C U L T Y MRS. LUCILLE CONNER-A.B., Catawbag Biologyg Nforld History. FRANK CRAINSHAW-Shopg Sheet Metalg Vocational Courses. ED EDMISTON-AB., Catawba Collegeg Physical Educationg Athletic Directorg Head Football Coachg Girls' Basketball Coach: Track Coach. MRS. W. F. EDWARDS-A.B., VV.C.U.N.C.g English. AlARY ALICE ELLIOTT-A.B., W.C.U.N.C.g Governntent-Psychologyg P.T.A. Secretaryg C0-Sponsor Honor Society. Page Seven FRANKIE FINCHERHAH., Catawba Collegcg Ezfiglislig Uforld History. JUNE FLETCHISR-A.B., VVinth1'op Collegeg Art. - Mus. PEARLE FOSTER-ALS. in D.E.g in Adv.: Director of D.lf.g Clulv Adviser. NRS. DON CZALLIHER-B.S., Lenoir Rhyncg Cliemistryg Tri-Sci Clzrli Adviserg 'limior Class Adviser. LORAINE GRAY-AB., VV.C.U.N.C.g MA., Columbia Universityg Eriglislfzg Senior Class Adviser. F A C U L T MRS. D. N. HAMIUCK-A.B., Lenoir Rlwync Collegcg Biisirzcssg Head of Hiisirzess Defmrtmeifit. lViARION KELLY-B.A., VVintl1rop Collcgcg Laling lDD1il1flr Club Adviser. lX1lI.TON JAMES LAMB-BS., North Carolina State: D.O.g Industrial Artsg D.O. Clulv Adviser. AIERLE ETTA LANCASTER-HS., Flora Macdonald Collcgcg Biologyg Head of Science Depnrtmentg Monitor Adviser. lViAXINE MCINNIS-A.B., VV.C.U.N.C.g Frenclig Spanishg Englislfig Lmfiguage Depart- ment I leoidg Francie Club Adviser. Page Eight EL1zAnEir1-1 MOlNluRRAv-A.B., Columlwiu Biblc Collcgcg Rilvlcg Guiclawcc C014f1fISClO1',1 Bible Clulo Xlalviser. l lAROl.D lVlA'l'IIENY-B.lVl.E. Slmcnzmdnnlm Conservatory Ol' Musicg lnstrzmzezfztal Music. BILLIE OLIVER-B.S., VV.C.U.N.C.: Home Ewnomics: FHA. Aflviser. AIAURINE PERRYhIANffl.B., lV.C.U.N.C.g Euglislzg ,lozzramlismq .'X1,nnOK.-xx mul Brown Highlights Smff Aolviserg Quill mad Scroll Aol1fise1'. KJVEDA E. POAC-AB., Bob glcmncs Univcrsityg lVl..lX., A.S.T.C.g Cv1mselO1'. F A C U L T Y SUE PnEssONEl3.S., Business liducaticmg Social Stuclicsg Appzxlnchian State Teachers College. .IOHN RAWLS-qX.B., ,Xtlamtic Christian Collegcg .llatlzc'111.1tics. Mus. clEORGl3 ll. SPENCE-B.S., Wake Forestg MA., U.N.C.5 Englislzg Psyclmlogyg Histrwyg Delmre Club ArlviSc'1'. MR. flEORGE SPENCE-BOX., VVal4c Forest: MA., U.N.C.g lizglislag Dmnmticsg Dmmntics Clzzll Acvlviser. l'lARX'EY TURNER-B. Mus. Ed.g Shenandoah Conservatory of Musicg A.S.T.C.g Bmfzol. Page Nine EDWIN L. VAN POOLE--B.z'X., Catawba Collcgcg MA., George Peabody College for Tcuclmcrsg lVln1he11mticsg Plzysicsg Kay Club AOZUiSt?1'j F.T.A. Co-!hi'1fise1'5 Businvss .Hmzuger of Senior Clnssg Crucl1mtc U'0rk U.N.C. MRS. .'X. M. XVHITAIIRE-AB., XVimhrop Collcgeg English Hcml of Ifuglislz Dupnrif ment. Mus. FRANK D. VVIc:c:s-HS., lligh Point Collcgeg Commercial Courses. IVIARY A. VV1'l.BLmN-A!X.B., VVinthrop Collcgcg U.N.C.g ,l,iI71'Il1'i61'I'lj l..i1arm'y Club fldviser. F A C U L T Y 'line IXLBRUKAN is published for the following: Seniors, juniors, and Sopho- morcs. There is thc heart ot' Brown High, teeming with energy and ready for the future. gfarideri SENIORC-ASS OFFICERS MICHAEL CQORDON . . ..,,., , , .... President TED C10DFREY ..A.., ,.... V ice-President BOBBIE jo FERGUSON ,,.. ,..... S ecremry I4AROI.D SEAGRAVES , , . . Treasmer CLASS MOTTO "Today we followg 'TO1fl'L01'7'0'W we lead." CLASS FLOWER CLASS COLORS Rose Red and Ufhite PATRICIA DAXVN ALDRIDGE "l'ime tlousrft mutter, results are -wlmf count." 'I'runsl'erreLl from Clemson. South Carolina 3g llible Club -lg French flub 4, -lg C.'X..X. 4: D.E. Club 3, 4: Tri-llil -l. lz1tNEs'i' RAYMOND ALEXANDER, ilu. "To lm, ralllei' 'llrrm to seem." Suporlativcs 43 Student Council 'Treasurer 3, Congress Delegate 3, School Critic 4g Interstate l'li-Y Council Mem' ber 4, Southern Ili-Y and Tri-Ili-Y Clubs in U. S., Presi- dent 3g llonor Soeietv 2, 3, 4g Key Club 2, 3, 4, lliblc Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2g Spanish Club 3, 4g Mono- gram Club 2, 3, 4g Ili-Y 2, 3, 4g Mixed Chorus 2g College- Carecr Dav llost 4g Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2. 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Home Room President 2, 'lrcasurer 4g IXLIKROKAN, liroivn I-liglzlights Business Stall' 2, 3, 4g Student 'llC1lCl1L'l' 4g Iunior-Senior Decoration Co-chairman 3. lVlARY LLLIZABETH fXLEXANDER "low mul 1l1erc is no room for envy." Iunior Class Plav Alarslialg Football Sponsor 4: Bible Club I, 2, 3, 4g Latin Club l, Z. Vice-President l: l7.ll.fX. 2g CJK..-X. 2, 3g :Xrt Club 3: Tri-lli-Y l, 2, 3, -l: Urccn NI3SC1LlL'l'S 3. -lg Band l. 2. 3, 4, Klaiorctte l, Sponsor 3, -lg Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Monitor lg Session llouse ig College Career Dax' llostcss Z. 3, 4g Student Covemincnt Dance Committee I, 2, 3, -lg Iunior-Senior Refreshment Co-chair man 3: llolne Room Vice-President 1, 2, Secrcturx' 4: Drarnatics Class Flax' Properties Committee X: Student Teaebcr l, 2. 3. -l. IAMES THURMAN FXLLBIAN "Do unto others us You trnultl have tlzem :ln unto ion." latin Klub lg Bible Club l. XVAYNE ALLEN ANDERSON "look lo ilu' future, not the -post." Blocking lrophv 3: D.O. Club 3. -l. Treasurcr 4: Mono gram l'lub 4, -lg .lunior Yarsitv Football lg Yarsitv Football 3, -l. QIERRY LYNN ASHLEY "Ile xuri' 'Vllilift' riglfrl, 111011. go r1l1eoul." Mixed Chorus 4. luAN1T.A ELAINE ATKINSON HAH l lmvc sew: teuclzcs me to Host the Creamr for ull I lunfe 17,111 seen." Social Science Forum Delegate 3g Bible Club I, 2: Spanish Club 2, 3g F.lI.A. 2, 3g G.A.A, 43 Library Club lg Trilli-Y I, Z, Tri-Sci-Club 3, Sccretarv 3g First Aid Assistant lg Monitor l, 3, -lg Page 4g Session Ilouse lg Home llooln Scerctarv-Treasurer 2g Student Government Dance Connnittee 33 Student Teacher 2, 3g Junior Class Plav Propertv l'olnmittcc. RAY Arwoon, IR. "ll1e cull connw tn the mon who vieltls to fF1I11llLIll1llIY.H Band l. 2. 3, SHIRLEY RUBYNEL AUSTIN "Pram us il' cverrtlzing zlupemled on God, mzrl work us if' erurvtlring rlcpemletl upon iourselff' Spelling fontest YVinner 33 American llistorx' Award 3g Social Studies .-Xchieveinent Scholastic Award 3g Chief Connnencexncnt Marshal 3: Superlative -lg Crcen Xlas uuers 3, French Club 3, -lg F.H..-X. -lg Bible Club 1, 1, 3. -lg llonilor l, 2, 3, -l: First Aid Assistant 41 Sluzlcni Teacher l, 2g Junior Class Plat' Properties Counnittce :lg Social Science Forum Delegate 3: Superlative c.tillll'lllllt'l' -li Senior Poem foinlnittee 4: Cannon Spotlight Staff I. :XNDREXV BALL "Preserve, IW ull the means in your 7o'owe1', or somnl urfilul in tr sound lmd,3f." D.E. Club 4, LORENE BALL "Coll u'ill nut tin mwtliing for 11s tliut lu' llnx gi'Pt'n -tax xtrvngtlz to do for tHIl'3t'll't'X.H ILE. Club 4. GAIL LOWDER BALLARD "I can do ull tl1i1tgS lll1'0'ltLfll CllTlSl ufllicll Sfl'l'lIQll1l'1lL'fll mv." Biblt' Club lg Art Club 35 lllf. Club 4. REX ALFRED BAUCOIXI "lint scale vt' first ilu' kingllmn of C011 and all ltix 1'lglIlt'll!lS' ness :tml nll tlzust' things xlmll be nflrlall unto yon." Bible Club 3: Monitor l. 4: Student Tuuclu-1' l. DONALD GREY BEAVER "Du unlv ntlwrx ux vnu- wonltl lmw tltvnt mln unto von." LARRV VVAYNE BLACKWELDER H-lllll' lziglnwn' of life offers glorious O17170'ff1l11lllL'S to plum' the role of nuigltlmrf' Tluesnians 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Tri-Ili-Y l, 2, 3: Green blasuucrs 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Monitor lg Stage Crcw 3. 4. JAMES CONNOR BOOTH "Sinn, Gull uins for ux in the beginning, lvt ns ln- fur ltinn in our time." Lutin Club 2: D.0. Club 43 blunitnr 3. l'lILDA RAE BosT Hltmglt mul tlu' utrzrltl laughs with wtf: CW Will Wm t-rx' ulrmef' Iuninr Class Plan' lllurslmlg lfuutbflll Sponsor 59 Cheer' lender 5, 4, Student Dance Cumnuttec 35 Ltbrurv Club l, 2, 4: llmnc Room Vice-President 45 Student Tencln-r l. IOSEPH PRESTON BRASVVELL "Do :mln irllmrs ux you wmllzl lxtnfc them llu unto 1'nu.' D.0. Club 4. WlI,LARD GALE BRIGIXIAN "Do nntu nlltvrx ns von uionltl ltnvu tltvrn do tmtu yon." ERNEST CALVIN BROCK "Tn be 'rather than to seem." Spanish Club. lRENE ELIZABETH BROVVN "ln till tht nuns acknrnrlvtlge Hint. tltltl lit' Nlldll tliftfff fill 1mtl1s." Bible Club 45 .Library Club 45 ll.ll.A. 4. REBECCA I.-xcQuEL,x1NE BriowN Hlltippivtess is it pvrfimn' mu cimnot pnnr on ntlzvrs irithunl getting a fmt' rlrnps nn xnttrselff' Latin Club 2, 35 l'.H..X. Z, 3: 'liri'lli'Y 1. CURTIS BROVVNING ".l num uthn tlovs his hast tmitu' ix it llllltl man to iwut mnmrr0u'." no. mas s. 4, VV1I.soN llOLLOWAY BURTON "l'Vo1'k to olvluing give to l16l1Y." Monitor l, 45 Lab Assistant 3: 'Track 25 Motto Comm mittee 4. Cl.-KROLYN llLIZABETlI CAREX' "A laugh is 1110711171 one ltutwlreol groans in any 111-0l1'kCl.,, Football Sponsor 25 Bible Club l, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Art Club 35 D.ll. Club 45 'liriflli-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Lab Assistant 35 Monitor I, 45 Session House 45 Collvuc Carver Dav liostcss 45 Home Room Secretarv I, 2. JOEY BIIESHILE CARTEII "Set your ,goal and striu' to reach it." Honor Socit-tv 3, 45 Kcv Club 3, 45 Stuclvnt Govvrn mvnt Vice-President 45 Session House 2, 35 Monitor 2, 35 Mixed Chorus l, 25 Latin Club I5 Debate Club 45 Supvrla tive.-s 45 Lab Assistant 45 junior Rotarian 4. PATs1E KAY CfXllTER "I con tlo itll things through Chris! trhiclz strmtgtlteiwllt me." Orchestra I, 25 lVIo11ito1' 15 Biblt' Club 1, 2, 35 Spanisb Club 2, 35 llontc Room Sccrctarv I5 Stutlent 'llC2lL'll0l' l, 2. SHIRLEY Lots CEIIANDLER "lint seek M' first the Kingtlom of Coil :tml his rigltta-ons ness: und till these things shall ln' iuldezl nntn ron." lliblc Club 3, 45 Latin Club 25 l'.ll.A. 1, 1. 3, -l, Svutv tarv 45 Monitor 2, 3, 4, Cu-Chief 45 Session llousu 35 Svnior Motto Committee. CIAROLYN SUE CHAPMAN "'l'ht' mirth may clmngu, but faith anal lmpt' stuml sittin" Supcrlativus 45 Miss lli Miss 45 Cotnmenct-tncnt Marshal 35 "Citizen of the Blontlf' 2: "C'itiIv:n of the Year" 25 Football Sponsor 3, 45 Delegate to N.H.S. Convention .25 G.A.A. Plavtlnv 25 N. C. Press Institute 45 'lllirls' State" 35 llonm' Souictv 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sccretarv 45 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club I, 2, Treasurer 25 F.ll.A, 25 G.A.1X. 2, 35 Librarv Club 25 Tri Ili-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Sccretarv 15 Green Masquers 3. 45 Student Coucnil I5 Session House 3, 45 Collcge-Career Dax' llostcss 35 Stuclcnt Government Dance Committee l. 2. 3. Social clll'cil'l3lI'IUklll 3. Entertainment Chairman 1, Decorating Chairman 4: Varsitv Basketball 2, 3. 45 Home lloom Secrctarx'-Treasttrcr l. President 25 ALBnoK,xN, Brown Highlights Business Staff 3, 4, Business Manager 45 Student Teacher 1, 2, 3, 45 Librarian 1, 25 Clievrlcmler 15 junior-Senior Entertain ment Committee Chairman 35 Senior Class Social Chairman 45 Junior Class Plav Marshal Dramatics Class Plav Marshal 3. lXlARGIE AIARIE CHASE "llm1ext1' Alirms Pins." 1 I I IXUBREY KENNETH 'ISONNYH CHEEK, IR. "BlI'xs1'd are they that r141'iIu:r0uml in circles, for they slwll be cu cd wheels." Suporlatiyu 43 Bible Club 1, 44 'l'ri'Sci Club 33 Debtitv Club 43 Ili-Y 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 4, Junior-Varsity Foot bull lg Bzislwllmll 3: Spanish Club 2, 3. SYLVIA DELETTE CHEEK "I IVIQ Close lo Him and let otliers see Him' ini you . . . u 1be time." Coinmenceinvnt lVIarslmI 33 National llonor Socictv 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Bible Club 1, 2, 4: Latin Club Ig Tr-llifY 1. 2, 3, Clltllillllli 35 Session Ilousc -I: ColIcgcfCareer Daw Hostess 4, Brown Highlights, .XLIHKUKAN Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Club Editor 3, Ncus Etlitur 45 Stunlcnt Teacher lg Poem Cummittvtr -8. IQAVBRNE VOLNEY cll-IRISTIE "No'u1'1' look Imc'lz.." National 'Ilwsniun Socictv 3, -I: Bible Club 3. 4: Dcbntc Club 3, 4: Ili-Y 2: Cru-n Nlasquvrs 3, -I: Yzirsitv Cheer lcaulcr 3: Junior Class Plan' 3: Drzimxitics Club Plav 3. PHYLLIS JOAN CiLAMPET 'Lvl my 171'l4jll'l' each 111m'11,iwg lov, Less of self and mrm' of Thee." Bible Club I, 2, 3: Il.lI.A. I, 1: G..'X.,'X. 2. 3. -I: IJ.lf. -Ig 'Iiczisurer Z: Tri-Ili-Y l. BARBARA JANE CLINE HlllllllIl.lll11l'SX and si11cc'1'it7f are the lfiigltvsl iliil1.gx." 'l'ransfcrrurl from VVinccoff 2. BARBARA KAYE COBB "I can do ull lbings lllmugli Clirisl 'llllllfll xlrenzgtliuriulli me." Bible Club I, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 I7.II.A. I, 2, D.I1. Club 4, Monitor Ig Student 'llvncbcr 4. CiEORC-E ALFRED COBB "Never lrmilzle trouble 'til trouble tronlzles you." Bible Club lg French Club 3, ILO. Club 3, 4, Boys' Cbuius l. EUGENE LARRY CUBIPTON "Tn xtriw, to suvk, to final und not to 1'ielil." Latin Club I, 23 Bible Club -lg Art Club 3g Mono- gruin Club 3, -4, Home Room Vim-President 3, Treasurer 4. BAIARGARET ANN COBIPTON "'l'ln' Bible is tln' guiding light." Football Sponsor 4: Bible Club 2, 3, -lg Spanish Club Z, 35 C.A.A. 2, 3, Tournament 25 Tri-Ili-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President lg Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Maiorettc 1, Sponsor 3, 4, Student Govt. Dancv Cominittec 3g Home Room Presi- zlcnt' 1, 3, Vice-President 2, 4, Student Teacher 2, 3, 4, Senior Flower and Color Committee 4. ETTIE DEAN COOPER 'Hlliuu eyes ure ever toward the Lord." ILE. Club -lg Green Masquers 35 Monitor l, 4, junior Class Plav. CLARENCE PEYTON Coos "Ihr Lord is my Shepherd, l shall not want." D.li. Club 4. BE'r'rY LOUISE CRAVEN "lu all thy ways acknuwledgt' llim, and Ile shall direct thy paths." F.H.A. l, 2: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: D.li. Club 4: Stu- dent Teacher 3. lXlATTIE jEANE'rTE DAv1s "ll'hen you think, think ahead: there's nothing in the other ilirectimi." Football Sponsor 4: Bible Club l, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: F.ll.A. l, 2, 4: G..X..'X. 4: Triallirt' 3, 4' Xlonitor l. BARBARA JANE DEAL "Every day can ln' a happy dat if You make it su. Monitor 4. SHELBY JEAN DEAL "Do unto others as you 'trould have them do unto you." Monitor 3: D.E. Club 4. GLENDA GREY DELLINGER "I complained beecause l had no shoes, until l met u man who had no feet." Superlative 4: Curtis Foundation Award 3: French Award 3: Sub-Junior Hloman 4: All State Band in Gastonia 3: National Thespian Societv 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Vice-President 4: Green Masquers 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3: College-Career Dav Hostess 3, 4: Office Page 4: Student Government Dance Committee 1, 3, 4: Home Room Secretarv 2, Vice President 4, Poem Committee 4: junior Class Plat' Cast 3: Drainatics Club Play Commit- tee 3: Student Teacher l, 2, 3, 4: National llonor Societt' 2, 3, 4. JAIXIES EDWIN DELLINGER uit is butter to remain silent and be thought u fool than to speak up and remove all doubt." Superlative 4: All-State Band 2, 33 AllStatu Orchestra l, 2, 4: llonor Socictv 3, 4: Kev Club 2, 3, 4, Convention Delegate 3: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, President 3: Green Mas ouers 3, 4: National Thespians 3, 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Drum hlaior 3, 4: Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: College-Career Day Host 2, 3, 4: Student Government Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: llotne Room President l, Treasurer 2, President 4: Junior Class Plav 3: Student Teacher l: Junior Class President. NANCY .Io DENNY "Lore and there is no room for enif't'." Superlative 4, Football Sponsor 3, 43 Bible Club l, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club l, 2: F.ll..'X. 4: Tri-Hiel' l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2: Green Masque-rs 3, 4: Lab Assistant 3: Moni- tor l, 3, 4: Cheerleader Csubstitutej 3, 4: Session House 2: College-Career Dat Hostess 2, 3, 4: Student Govern- ment Dance Decoration Committee 3, Publicity' Committee 4: Home Room Treasurer l, Vice-President 4: Brown Highlights, ALRRUKAN Business Staff 2, 3, 4: Advertising Manager 3, 4: Senior Mascot Committee: Office Page l, 4. DONALD GENE D1LLARD "I kuou' not what the future holds, but I do knou' Him who holds the future." Spanish Club. DELLA lx'lAE DONALDSON "H"hen dutt' whispers low, 'lhou 1nust,' the youth fuplies, 'I can.' " Bible Club 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: F.ll.A. 2, 3, 4: Tri-Ili-Y 2, 3. 4. S NIO CAROL JEAN DROLETTE "If Coil he for you, who can he against von?" "What America itleans To Nic" Contest Wittner 2, Com mencement hlarshal 3, Honor Society 2, 3, 4, 'Treasurer 4, Bible Club 4, Latin Club 3, 4, l:.lI.A. 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Session House 1, Student Govern- ment Dance Committee 2, 3, 4, Refreshment Chairman 4, Junior-Senior Refreshment Chairman 3, Home Room Secretary' 4, Senior Poem Committee 4, Student Teacher l, 2, 3, 4, Office Page 4. ELIZABETH DALE DRYE "I.lmgli mul the world laughs with von, cry and vnu crv alone." Bible Club l, 2, 3, F.H.A. 2, D.E. 4, Tri-Ili-Y l, 2, Monitor 1, Session House 1, Student Teacher 1, 2, 3. JERRY WAYNE DW1cG1Ns "lVe build the ladder ht' which we climb, from the lnwlv earth to the vaulteil sky." Bible Club 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Tri-Sci Club 3, Session House I. BOBBY LEE EDC-ISON "lt is more important to be hzmiavr than to be impnrtuntl' Student Teacher 1: Bible Club l, Patrol Captain 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, Home Room Vice-President 3, D.O. Club 3, Vice-President 3. EOBBIE ELAINE EDWARDS "lf God be for us, who can be against us?" Bible Club 1, Librarv Assistant l, Art Club 3, Student Teacher 4. JEAN CAROL EE1RD "But seek ye first the kingclrmi of God." Superlative 4, National Thespian Societv 3, 4, Secretarv 4, Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Tri-Hifi' l, 2, 3, 4, Green Masquers 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, Band l, 2, 3, Monitor l, Lab. Assistant 3, College-Career Dax Hostess 3, Student Government Dance Committee 3, 4, Entertainment Chairman 4, Home Room Vice President 3, Treasurer 4, Junior Plav Cast 3, Drarnatics Plav Marshal 3, Office Page 4, Banking 4. 'TERRIS LEVON ELLER "A Man ls His Own Star." lli-Y Convention 3, French Club 3, 4, Hifi' 1. 2, 3, 4, Creen Masquers 4, Student Government Dance Committee 3. DONALD RAY FALLS "Live it up with u great exuberance!" Latin Club 2, Green Masque-rs 4, Stage Crew 4, Brown Highlights Editorial Staff, Ptcporter 3. BOBBIE Jo PERCUSON "I can do ull things through Christ 'which slrungethenutli me." Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, l'.il.A. 2, 4, C..-LA. 2, 3, Tournament 3, Librarv Club 1, Tri-Hifi' l, 2, 3, Convention Delegate 2, Green Masquers 3, 4, Moni tor I, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Home Room President 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Brown Highlights, ALBROKAN Business Staff 4, Editorial Staff Reporter 4, Senior Class Secretary, Student Government Dance Cont- mittee 3, 4, Junior Class Plav, Make-Up, Properties Com- mittee, Dramatics Plav, Properties Committee 3, Student Teacher 2, 4. REBA NELL FINCHER "fi -nmn's izleul, like his horizon, is constantly receding from him as he advances toward it." United Nations World Peace Contest VVinner 3, Sub- Junior VVoman 4, State Bible Club Retreat Delegate 3, N. C. Press Institute Conference 3, 4, National Honor Society' 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, President 4, Bible Club l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Vice President 3, President 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, ltlixed Chorus 2, First Aid Assistant 3, Student Council 3, 4, Corresponding Secretarv 3, Point Board 3, College'Career Dav Hostess 3, 4, Student Government Dance Committee 1, 4, Home Room VicefPresident 1, President 2, Brown Highlights, ALBROKAN Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Feature Editor 3, Co-Editor 4, Poem Committee Chairman 4, Junior' Senior Co-Chairman, Sophomore Class Secretarv, Junior Class Plav Marshal. ALICE PATRICIA FORTSON "ul mountuin is there, climb ii. fl uliullevlgt' ix ll'lt'lt'C meel itll, Bible Club 2. 3: French Club 3: l-'.ll..X. 1: Monitor 2: Student Teacher Z: Session House 2, STEPHEN COLLINS FOSTER "Trust in God and T011 will mwcr fail." Ili-Y Convention Delegate 2: Kev Club Convention Delegate 3: Honor Societv 2, 3, -lg National Thespian Societv 3, -l: Kev Club 2, 3, -lg Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Art Club 2, 33 Debate Club 2, 3, -lg HieY 1, 2, President 23 Green Masqucrs 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Lab Assistant 4, Monitor 1, 2, 3, 4, Clieerlcatlcr 3, 49 Session llousc 35 College-Career Dav Host 2, 3, -lg Student Government Dance Committee 35 Home Room Treasurer 1, Seeretarv Z, President 45 Brown Highlights, ALHHOKAN Business Staff 3, 43 Junior Class Plavg Dramatics Club Plm' 3: Student Teacher l. 2. BARBARA JEAN FRANKLIN "lVv are shoved und ftmliionecl ln' what we low. Spanish Club 4: D,E. Club 4. Treasurer 4. DAPHNE NORMA FREEZE "Pride is the stone over which rmnu' perrple stumble." Art Club 3: Monitor 3, -l. PATRICIA ANN FREEZE "ln all thy wavs acknowledge Him, 441111 Hu xliull tlirvct thi' paths." Junior Class Plat' Marshal, Drunuities Plan' hlarshal 3: Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretarv lg Spanish Club 3, 4: F.ll.A. l, 2, 3, -lf: G..-X..'X. -lg Green Xlnsquers 3: Home Room Secretan' I. Vice-President Z. Treasurer 3, Student Teacher 3. JAMES DONALD FR1T'1's "N'm'er hurrt: w1u'll get thpre som: vuough." D,U. Club 2. 4, -8. NANCY lblAR1E CiLOVER "Earth changes but thv Smal mul Cozl stuml sure." French Club 3: D,E. Club 4: junior Class Plat' Xlarshal. TED lVlAl.ONE CJODFHEY "fl soft tlH5'U'f!V tnrneth uufuv u'rutlL." Superlutive -l: Latin Club l, 2: Nlonitor 1: Senior Class Vice-President. PEGGY JOYCE CiORDON can tln ull things through Christ whieh xtrenglliuuullz me." "l TROY lVl1CHAEL GORDON "A lumnetl num hux riches within himself." Superlative -lg junior Rotarian 4g Bovs' State Delegate 3g Honor Societv 2, 3, -l, Convention Delegate 2, 3: Kei Club 2. 3, 4, Comention Delegate -Sz Spzlnish Club 2, 31 lli-Y 29 Green Masquers 3, -lg Band l, 2g Student Council 35 College-Career Dav Host 3, 49 B1'O'lfl71'l lligl1.li,gl11s, A1.- HROKAN Business Staff 39 Junior-Senior clllcillfllI'lUilll 3, Junior Class Plav: Banking 3, Office Page 5, Monitor 2. 3: School Critic 5: Student Teacher 3, Senior Class Presi rent. N I SYLVIA GRASS "Lough und the world lunghs with you." ll.ll.A. I: Home Room Secretary lg Student 'lleacher I. EARL SEAVON GRAY "Lat the uforils of my mouth mul the medimtirms of my heart he ucceywtahlu in Thy sight, Oh Lord my Strength and my RBdflC'Vl1L'I'.U Convention Delegate l, 4: Bible Club l, 2, 4: Spanish Club 3. 4: Art Club 3: Debate Club 2, 3. 4. President 3: Tri Sei Club 4: Hi-Y l. 2. 3, 4, Chaplain 3. 4: hlonitor l, 2 3, 4: Session House 2, Home Room Treasurer 1, VieefPresident 2. .lOHN WZILLIAM GRIBBLE "And, rleymrting, leave lfreiml 'us footprints on the sands of lime." llonor Soeietv 2, 3, 4: Kev Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Convention Delegate 35 'Bible Club 4, French Club 2, 3: D.li. Club 4, President 4: Hi-Y 1, 2. 3, 4, Secretarv- Treusurer 45 Monitor 2, 3: Home Room Vice-President 3: Student Teacher 2. DEWEY GALDWELI. GRIFFIN "'l'liv only nun' um' i-nn show our lore to Coil is by serving Him faithfully." D.O. Club 4. DONA PAULINE GRIFFIN "Dnn't put off until tomorrow what you can do today." Bible Club 1: Spanish fluh 4: Monitor l: Home Room Treasurer 3: Student Teacher 4. JIAHXIY LEE GRIFFIN "If Cod he for ns, who can he ugiiinst us?" "Citizen of Blontlf' 2: llible Club I, 4: French Club 2. 3: llifY 45 Mixed Chorus 2: Student Teacher 2: Kev Club 3, 4, Secretory 45 'Tri-Sei Club 4, Vice-Prcsidetlt 4: D.E. Club 3, 4, Associate President 4: Convention Delegate 4. lVlARTHA RAE GRIFFIN "I know not whut. the fntttre holds, hot I do know Him who holds the future." Snelling Contest VVinner lg Commencement Marslml 3: Bible Club l, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1. 2: F.Il.A. 2, 3, 4, C.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: TriSci Club 4: D.E. Club 3, 4: Tri-Ili-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretarv 3: Xlonilor 1: llome Room President 2, Student Teileher l, 2. SYBIL RAE GRIFFI'l'H "I emi do ull things through Christ, which !ffl:'1lHfllt!H6fll me." 'l'ri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 44 Lab Assistant 3: Bible Club lg Girls' Chorus 2. llELEN JANICE CROSSMAN "I press toward the mark for the prize of the high culling of God in Christ Jesus." Delegate to North Carolina Press Institute 43 Bible Club I, 2, 35 Latin Club l 2,g 'I'ri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Viee-President 3: Crt-en Musquers 3, 4: lfirst Aid Assistant 4: Monitor 3: College-Career Daw Hostess 3, Student Government Dance Committee l, 3, 4, Deeoruting Chairman l, Ccychairman 3, Chairman 4: Home Room Secretary 4: Brown High' lights, ALBRUKAN Iiditoriztl Staff 3, 4, Reporter 3, Alurruxi Editor 4: Dramaties Class Plav 3: Junior Class Pluv lVlm'shal: Senior lVInscot Committee, Seniorvjunior Decorating Chair' mam 4. Doius ETTA GURLEY "And the l.o1'il make you to increase and alnotmnl in love one toitfurol H11,0fl'HZ1'.n Art Club 4: D.E. Club 4. LINDA SUE HAGLER "Today is the tomorrow that you teorrietl about iestenlaif' Football Sponsor 4: Bible Club l. 2. 3. 4: lirench Club 3, President 3: TrifHi-Y 1. 2, 3, 4, President 4, Delegate Blue Ridge Asseniblv 3: lland l, 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2: Session House 3: G.A.A. 2: College- Career Dat' Hostess 3: Student Government Dance Dec- oration Cotnmittee 2, 3, 4, Entertainment 4: Home Room Secretarv 4: Brown Highlights, AI,nRok.iN Business Staff 4: Monitor l. ZIUDITH LYNN HALL "The hills are crossed: non' to climb the mountains." Monitor l: Latin Club l, 2: Bible Club l, 2, 3: Tri-lli Y l, 2, 3, 4: Home Room Treasurer 2. Seeretart' 3: Student Government Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: F.H..-X. 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Iunior-Senior Danee Decorating cltl1Tlll1'llll'L' 3. LARRY PIUGH llAlXlBY "God first, others second, self lust." Bible Club 2, 3: Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Hi-Y l, 2, Treasurer 1, President 2: Band 1: Lab Assistant 3: Junior Varsitv Football 2, Varsitv Football 3, 4, Co-Captain 4: Varsitv Basketball 2, 3, 4: Junior Varsitv Basketball 1: Varsitv Baseball 2: llome Room Vice-President 3, 4, President 2: Student Teacher 2: Student Government Danee Committee 3. 4: Sophoinore Class Treasurer. BARBARA ANN l'lANEY "For of Hint, and through Him, nmi to llim are ull things." Delegate State F.H.A. Convention 2: Delegate North Carolina Press Institute 4: Bible Club 4: Spanish Club 2. Z, 4: l7.li.A. 2, 3. 4: Debate Club 4: Tri-lli-Y 4: Monitor I: Session Ilouse 2: College-Career Dav Hostess 2: Home Room Secretarv 3: Brown I-Iiglllights, A1,BRoKAN Iiditorial Staff 3, 4, Reporter 3, Home Room Editor 4: The Daily Independent Correspondent 4: Senior Motto Committee 4: Senior Flower and Color Committee 4. RAY EUGENE ldARKEY "There is no CUTE for birth or death save Io enioi' the interval." llifY 3, 4, President 4: Green Masquers 3, 4: Stage Crew 3: Cheerleader 3: Dramatic Class Plat' 3: Student Teacher 3. LINDA MARIE l'lARRINGTON "lu ull tht' uvzvx rtcknotviedge Him und He shall direct tht' paths." 'Transferred from Tavlorsville lligh School 2: Marshal 3: "Citizen of the Month" 2: Bible Club 2, 3, 4: lireneh Club 3, 4: First Aid Assistant 4: Monitor 4: llome Room President 4: Student Teacher 2. 4. GWYN DAVID l'lARTSOE 'Tltev who cut their own -wood warm themselves twice." Junior Varsity Basketball 1: llome lloont Viee-President' 4. BARBARA lhiARIE HELBIS "I limi rather he small und. shine than large and east o slzzulottff' F.ll.A. 3: Debate Club 4: Librarv Club 4: 'l'ri-Sei Club 3: First Aid Assistant 4: llome llootn Seeretarv 2: Student Teacher 4: Office Page 3. 4. PEGGY HELMS "Kind words cost little and are worth 11mcl1." Bible Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Spanish Club 3: G.A.A. 2: Art Club 3: Tri-Ili-Y l, 2, 3, 4: Green Masquers 3, 4: junior Class Plat' Properties Committee 3: junior Yarsitv Cheer- leader 3: Monitor l. 2, 3, Treasurer l: Brown Highlights. AI.BnoKAN Business Staff 3. VVARD DARWIN l'lEl.lXlS "Least said, soonest l71011LiL'ti.H Bible Cluh 2, 4: lli-Y 3: Band l, 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 2, 3: Proiectionist 4: Session House 2: Library Assistant 2: llotne Room Officer' I, 2, 3: Student Teacher 2. S LINDA M AE lllLTON "To thine own self be true." Bible Club 2. lo ANN HINSON "I can do all iliings through Christ which Xll'L'1'l,QflIl"Vlfl'I' me." '.l'l'2lllSi:f3l'l'l'd from Landis lligb 4, lliblc Club 4. CHARLES ANDREW llOLlXIAN, JR. I will S1lf171'1l'V the 1'lB1'S1'Iil'1lt1Zf111 but Coil must give the i1'lS17i1'll'l1:01'l. " if Kev Club 2, 3, -5: Delegate to District Convention 3: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Bible Club 2, 3. 4. Delgate to Cberaw 2: Spanish Club -l, President 43 Honor Soeietv 2. 3: Debate Club 2. 3, 4, Presirlent 4: Debate Club 2, 4: Tri-Sei Club 3, 4: lllonouram Club 3, 4: HifY 1, 2, 3: Secretary 1, Treasurer 3, 'Delegate to Blue Ridge 3, Mixed Clmrtts 2: Student Covcrnmenf Dance Committee 35 Odd Fellows Youth Pilgrimage 3: Varsitv Basketball 2. 3. 4. Co-cantai.n 4: Home R1-ent Vice-President l. Treasurer 2: ,-XLBRoIcAN, lirotvn Highlights E'li'orial Staff 2, 3, 4. Sports Editor 3. 4. llusinese Staff 2. 3, 4, Circulation Man- ager 3, 4: lunior Senior Fntertainment CoCl1airman 3: Sturlent Teaeber l, 2, 3, 4. JANE MARIE HoNEvcIITT "A slmrp turngue is the onli' edge tool thai grows keenev' with eo11stom1' use." Qpanivb Club 4. GEORLZIA VERKJNA Housts "I erm do ali fhingx th1'o1Igh Chris? which, s11'v11,gtl1,e11e1l'r me." F.ll..-X. 2: lllf. Club 4: Spanish Club 3. PATTY VVOIJDARD l'lOWELL "l,imQII mul the world liuttghs with von. Crt' and ron crt' ulrmef' Bible clllllt Z, Art Club lg Tri-Hi-Y 3. CARIXIELETA llowARD "Kvmwle1lge comes but ll'isclom lingers." Latin Club 1, 2: D.E. Club 4: Crecn Masquers 3: junior Class Plav Properties Cbairman. cvRADY WILLIANI HQWARD "You can lvorrow ll'iSbl011'I', hut 'you cI1n't liofrou' CIfItl1'tlL'il'1'.H National Tltestaians 3, 45 Bible Club l, 4: Art Club 3: Debate Club 3. 4: Green Masquers 3, 4, Stage Crew 3: Proiectionist 3: Monitor I: Home Room Treasurer I: Junior Class Plat' 3: Dramatics Plat' 3: Student Teaeber 3. BILL EDWARD llUBBARD "His strength is av the xtrength ol' ten lveccrttse his lteurt is pure." Basketball Tropltv 3, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y lg Student Government Dance Committee 4: Varsity Basket- ball 2, 3, 4: Varsity Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Ilome llooni President 4: Vice llresident lg Junior Class Vieepresitlent. MARY ANN HUNEYCIITT "'l'lw hills are crossed: now to climb the 1'I1ll1L14fflIti11." Monitor 2. REBECCA JOAN ISENHOUR "l'Vin without boasting. Lost' witlmut excuse. Varsitv Basketball 2. 3. 45 French Cluh 3. ALICE CAROLYN JAMES "All things are possible with God." Commencement Marshal 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Bible Club 2, 35 Debate Club 45 Monitor 4. IOHN L. JOHNSON "ll'ise men san' nothing in dangerous times. D.O. Club 3, 4. JAYNE BENTON KALE "To have 11 friend is to be u friend." Bible Club 3, 45 Art Club 3: Tri Sci Club 35 Tri lli-Y 1, 3, 45 Home Room Sccretart' 2. PATRICIA SANDRA KARRIKER "A kind heart and a smile are worth all the world." Art Club 35 Monitor 1. FRANCES LOUISE KEARNS "Expect evertfthing good, and smut' of it is bonml lo lmppen." Bible Club 35 Librarv Club 45 Librarv Assistant 4. CECIL GEORGE KELLER "It is better to look forward in faith, futher than to look down in defeat." ALICE PAYE KING "Failure is but u chance to begin ugainf Danforth Foundation Award I5 Iunior Class Plat' Marsha15 Bible Club 1, 25 Monitor I, 25 Siudent Council 25 Session House l, 45 College-Career Daw llostess 3, 45 Student Government Dance Committee 35 Home Room Officer l, 2, 3, 45 Student Teacher 35 Office Page l5 Student Government Tvpist 45 Duplicating Club 45 junior Class Plav Committee. PHYLLIS LORRINE KISER "l'odu1' is the tomorrow that von worried about 1fI'sterIla1'." Bible Club 15 Spanish Club 2. 3, 45 C.A.A. 45 Tri-Sci Club 3, 45 Treasurer 35 Tri-lli-Y 1. 2. 3, 45 Lab Assistant 35 Monitor 15 Home Room Officer 2, 35 Senior Flower and Color Committee Chairmang Student Teacher 15 ,lunior-Senior Program Committee Co-Chairman. ROSEMERRY ANN KOONTZ "Stadt to show tlzvself apprmfecl unto God, a workmmz that needgtlr not to be aSl1u111t'd." Dramatics Class Plav Marshal 35 Delegate to 'l'rifHi-Y lnter-State Conference l5 Sub-junior VVoman 45 llonor Societv 3, 4, Viceflnresident 45 Bible Club l, 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, Secretary 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 45 Monitor l5 Student Government Dance Committee 3, 45 Home Room Secretarv 3, Treasurer 45 Mascot Committee Chairman 4: Iunior Class Plav Prompter 3, Properties Committee 35 Senior Class Chaplain 45 Student Teacher 25 Office Page 45 Commencement Marshal 3. ZIOHN WALTER l..AlNlB "'l'lio1a quiet lad, but few know the treasures hid in thee." junior Varsitv Football 1, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Band I, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, Track 1, 3, Monitor 3, 4, "Monitor Citizen of the Month" 4, Junior-Senior Program Co-Chairman 3, Monogram Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Bible Club 3, Superlativc 4. PEGGY SUE LIPE "laugh and the world laughs with you, cry and 't'U1L cry ulo-ae." Transferred from Vllinecoff 3. MILDRED VERNELL LITAKER "More like the Master, I am striving to be." F.ll.A. l, 2, Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, D.E. Club 4, Home Room Vice-President 2. MARY CLAY LONG "Of ull the iovs that I recall, being in love ix best of ull." Spanish Club 2, 3, Band 1, 2. 3, 4, Monitor 1, Home lloom Officer l. JANE LONG lVlClNNIS "'l'lmre is nothing gained from fretting over the vast or being overlv concerned about the present." Bible Club I, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, F.H.A. 2, Tri-Hi-Y l. 4, Green Masquers 4, Art Club 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Student Government Dance Committee l. lAlXlES PHARR MGKN1GH1' "For success tomorrow, sticdv today. D.O. Club 3, 4. o MARGARET ANN MCMANIIS "ll'hen von reach the end of the r011e zlon't give up, tic iz knot and hang on." Bible Club l, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Tri-IIiAY 3, 4. ELIZABETH jo ANN MABREX' "VVin u friend with a smile." Bible Club 1. 2, 3, 4, State Bible Club Retreat Delegate I: Tr'Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4: F.Ii.A. 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretarv 3. President 4, Tournament 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Home Room President 4, Football Sponsor 3. KENNETH LARRY MARLOW "Alu-avs be a friend and von will never hunger for friendshijrf' Kev Club 4, Bible Club 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Proicctionist 2, Student 'Teacher 3. MARY WILLARD MARTIN "Aim high and consider yourself capable of great things." Spanish Club 2, D.E. Club 3, 4, Lab. Assistant 3, Moni- tor 2, 3, 4, Secretarv 4, Bible Club 4, Dramatics Club 4. CHARLES THOMAS lVlATTHEWS "Patience is the best remedy' for rwert' trouble." Hi-Y l. 2. GLORIA ASIILYN lVlAULDEN "Sing und the world sings with vim." Bible Club I, 3, -lg Spanish Club 4: Band 1: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Student Teaclwr 4. GERALD XVAYNE l.XlEDLlN "lt isnft what we have hut what we ure that makes life worth. living." .Danforth Foundation Award 1: National llonor Societv 2, 3, 4: Convention Delegate 3: lliAY l, 2, 3, 4, Convention Delegate 2. Secretarv 2: Bible Club 2: Debate Club 2: Spanish Club 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Office Page l: Monitor l. 4: Chief Monitor 1: Banking Club 4: Student Teacher l: Home Room President l, 3, 4, YiceAl'resident 2: Session House 1: llrown. llighli.gl1.ts, ALHROKAN Business Staff 3, 4: College Career Dav Host 3. 4: Student Government Dance Committee 3. LETHA VIOLET lVlELTON "Love and there is no room for mimfg have faith mul tlwrf' will he im need for 'wm'ry." Bible Club 3. 4: Tri-Hil' 3, 4: Monitor 4. DELORES JUNE lVllLLER "For me to live is Christ." Superlative 4: junior Class Plat' Marshal: State Bible Club Retreat Delegate 2: Homecoming Queen 4: llnnor Societv 3. 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Secretarv 4: Bible Club I, 2, 3: French Club 3: Latin Club 1, 2, Secretary' 2: G.A.A. 2: Tri-lli-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, President 19 Green Mas- uuers 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4, Nlaiorette 2, 3, 4: All-State Band 3. 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 4, All State Orchestra 2: Klonitor 1: Student Council 1: Session llouse 2. 4: College- Career Dav Hostess 2. 3. 4: Student Government Dance Committee 3. 4: Home Room Secretarv l, President 2: Brown Highlightx ALBROKAN' Business Staff 3, 4: Student Teacher 1. 2, 3: Junior Class Secretarv. IACQUELINE THELMA lXlILLER "l can do all things through. Christ which Sl7'l'1l4QfllL"1l0Yl1 me." lliblc Club l, 2: F.H..'X. l, 2: First Aid Assistant l, 3. KENNETH W. lVlILLER "Look into life with the answers 1o all things." Hi-Y 3. 4: Proieetionist 4. RAYMOND LEE lVlILLSAPS "l,lFE, He C1't'!lfL'li for all: Live il." French Club 3, 4: D.E. Club 3. BETTY JEAN MOON "lf at first you tlon'f siaccvvrl, try, try, agai11." llible Club 3. 4: Spanish Club 4: F.ll.fX. l. 2: Trifllivl' 1 HILDA ANN lVlONTGO1XIERY "Alu'tu's live for Christ, Wm- min' he the only Bible some people reml." Monitor 1, 2, 3, 4: College-Career Day Hostess 4: Bible Club l, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: Tri-HifY 2, 3, 4. tiff S S SHIRLEY MAE MORRIS "Toduv well lived makes everv vcsterdat' a dream of lmppiness um! even tomorrow ti vision of hope." Latin Club 1, 25 I:.H.A. I5 Lihrarv Club l5 Junior Class Plat' Committee 35 Bible Club l. 2, 3. JERRY WAYNE Moss "'l'lze1 win' to get rid of your enemies it ro :mike friends with them." Art Club 35 Monogram 3, 45 Junior Varsitv Football l. 25 Varsitv Football 3, 45 Track 3, 4: Student Teacher 4. C31-IARLES VVAYNE lVlULl.lS "Do unto others ax ron would lmre others .io unto von." PATRICIA EUGENIA MULl,IS "Love :mil there is not room for emfvg trust rmtl there will be no rloulrtsf' Bible Club 1: Latin Club 1, 25 D.E. Club 35 .Xlixetl flgorus 2, 3, -li Monitor l. 4: Student Teacher l. 2: 3. .A. l. SI-IIHLEY KISER MULLIS "l can iln all things through Christ which strengihenetli me. Spanish Award 35 junior Class Plav Marshal5 Commence ment lllarsltal 35 "Citizen of the Month" 25 Honor Soeietv 2, 35 Bible Club 25 Spanish Club 35 F.ll.A. 1, 25 Monitor 2, 35 Home Room Officer 2, 35 Student 'l'eaeher l, 2, 35 Junior'Scnior Committee Chainnam. JULIA ELAINE NANCE "lllv help cometh from Ihr' Lrrril, which mode lmavun timl 1-u.rtl1. " Superlative 45 C01l1lllLYI1CCl1lBlll Marshal 35 Football Sponsor 35 Honor Society 2, 3, 4, President 45 Bible Club 2. 3. 45 French Club 2, 3, Vice-President 35 Tri-lli-Y l. 2, 3, 4, President 35 Green Masquers 35 Band I. 2, 3: Mixed Chorus 25 College-Career Dav llostess 2, 35 Stu- dent Covemment Dance Committee 3, 4: Session House I5 Student Director Junior Class Plat' 35 Dramaties Plat' Marshal 35 Junior Senior Decoration Committee Co Chair- mam 35 Student Teacher 3, 4. IOHN l'l0WARD NASH. -ln. "Better lute than never." Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 45 Hi-Y I, 2, 35 Monitor 15 Varsity Baseball 25 junior Varsitv Football 25 Varsity Football 3, 4. BLENDA ROSE LEE NESBITT "llc euref1cl hon' You live. You may be the only Bible som: fveofph' ever read." DONALD LEE NESBITT "lVhile making zz living, rlm1't forget to nmke u life." National Thespians 3, 45 Kev Club 3, 45 Bible Club 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Debate Club 35 Hi-Y 3, 45 Green Mas quers 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 15 Monitor 15 Col lege-Career Dav Host 3, 45 Hi-Y Convention 3, 45 Plavs 2, 35 Student Teacher 25 Brown 7li,qlftligl1,ts Editorial Staff, Reporter 45 Business Staff 4. CLARA SUE O,BERRY "In all things, to do my best." junior Class Play Marshal 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Bible Club 45 F.lI.A. 2, 3. 4, Secretarv 35 Debate Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Guidance Assistant 3, 45 Session llouse 45 llome Room Vice-President 35 Student Teacher 4. PAUL ALEXANDER CJVVENS, AIR. "The Iwsl iQ ve! In come." Bible Club 3: lfrencli Club 4: lIi'Y I, 2, 4, 4, View President 3: Proieetionist 4. DAGNEX' ANN PARSON "l um :lo all flIl11QR through Christ wliicli ttwvigtlierietli ma." 'llible Club I. 2. 3. 4: Tri-lli-Y l, 2, 3, 4: I7.Il.A. 2. 3, 4: G.A..-N. 2. 3. 4. Tournament 2, 3, 4: Freneli Club 3. RONALD VVAYNE PA'r'rEN "lt ix lfeflvr to remuivz vilent :tml lae tliouglfit u fool llmrr to Speak up :mtl remove all lIflIll7l.H WILLIAAI IVIORRIS PERRY, AIR. "I'alt'u1 qimnlitm rulvre pnluxlf' I.atin Club l. 2: Curtis Foundation Xward 4: Xrt Club 3: 'I'riSci Club 4: Ili Y Club 4: Xlunitor 4. RAY LEE PETREA "He inn' 1nu'rv riglit. tllen go rll1t'ntl." D.I3. Club 4. BYNUNI HIKRCZIS PniLi.iPs, DIR. "Self conceit lends to xvlf dextrnetinn." Snpcrlativc 4: Bible Club 3. 4: Spanish Club 3: Ili Y I, 2, 4: Session lluusr: I: Student Government Dance Comlnittee 3. 4: Varsitv Basketball 3: llome llooni Treasurer 2, President 1. VieefPresidvnt 4. DOLORES PHILLIPS "'l'l1en' ix no knon'll-tlge tlmf iv not power." Ilible Club 1: French Club 4: Tri-Ili-Y I. 2. 4. 4: Xlonitor 1: Girls' Chorus I: Student Government Dance Publieitx' Conimittee Co Chairman l: Student Teacher I. SHELBY IEAN PHt1.L1Ps "lf you cant nmru tz mouniuiu, you um surely hvlp to ,JHSllf.H Connnenecntent Marshal 3: Bible Club 2: Latin Club 2: Librarv Club I: 1.ab Assistant 3, 4: Session Iluuse 4: Col- lege-Career Dax' Hostess 4: lloint' Room President 3: Qtudent Teacher l. 2. 4, 4. WALTER CARL PINKSTON, jn. "Fmle1u'nr In lcuou' wrlml is right. mul tln it, tlrvmliug no Comequericrsxf' D.O. Club 3. 4, Treasurer 3: Band l, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH LARRY PLESS "It'x lwtter to light iust one little ctnnllv than to curve flu' tlurkneexf' Sunerlativi- 4: Student Council Convention Delegate 3, 4: Kev Club Convention Delegate 3: Ilonor Soeietv 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Bible Club 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Ili-Y 4: Banking Club 3: Monitor 1. 2, 3, 4: Student Council l. 2, 3, 4. Secretarv 3. President 4: Collegelfareer Dax' Host 2, 3, 4: Session House Z. 3. 4: Student Government Dance Committee Z, 3, 4: Yarsilv Baseball Z, 3: Home Ruom President 1, 2, 3: Student Teacher 2, I.,-w' E I S SHELBY JEAN PLYLE11 "I fear tml tomorrow for I have seen vestcrzlav and I love today." Home Room Vice-President l5 Secretarv 35 Student Government 15 Student Teacher 15 May Queen 15 Bible Club 15 Art Club 35 F.H.A. 3, 45 Spanish Club 4, Treasurer 45 Debate Club 4, Treasurer 45 Superlative 4. lNlITZE JOYCE POOUE "A good education is alwavs worth more than it costs." Bible Club 1, 3, 45 Debate Club 3, 45 Debate Team 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Tri-Sci Club 45 Monitor l. JOYCE ANN POOLE "Now rzbideth faith, hope, love , . . but the greatest of these is love." Commencement Marshal 35 French Club 3, 45 D.E. Club 45 TrifHi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Music Festival, Greensboro 35 Monitor 35 Session House l5 College- Career Dov Hostess 35 Home Room President 45 Student' Teacher 1, 4. BARBARA JEAN PORTERHELD "lVe never know how high we arc, till we are called to riseg then if we are true to qalan, our statues touch the skies? Office Page 15 Spanish Club 2, 3. 45 Bible Club 45 Tri Sci Club 45 Debate Club 3, 4. GLENDA JO PREVETTE "l am, on 1114' own now, if I make ri. mistake it will he my own fault." Bible Club 2, 3, 45 F.ll.A. 3, 4: First-Aid Assistant 45 Librarv Club 4, Secretarv 4. GATHEA REA PRICE "A glad. h.ea1't makes a bright face, but ihrongli sadness of heart ihe spirit: is broken." Bible Club l, Z, 3, 45 F.H.A. 1, 25 Debate Club 3, 4. Secretarv 35 Tri-Ili-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Green Masquers 35 Junior Class Plav Marshal5 Home Room Treasurer 3. LINDA GAIL PRICE "Know that the simple gift of being lziml is greater than all wisdom of the urisef' Monitor 15 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Bible Club 3, 45 F.H.A. 3, 45 Student Teacher 35 Iunior Varsitv Cheerleader 35 Student Government Dance Committee Chalrman 45 Art Club 3. lVlACK WYKE PRUIT1' "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom." Latin Club l, 25 Library Club lg D.O. Club 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Monitor l. NEDRA ROCHELLE REYNOLDS "1 hm'en't begun to dig deep, 1'1'e only scratched the surface." Bible Club l, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, Secretary 35 G.A.A. 25 Art Club 35 D.E. Club, Vice-President 35 Tri' lli-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, President 25 Orchestra l, 2, 35 Monitor Vice President 15 Student Government Dance Committee l5 Home Room Secretatv l. Vice-President 45 Brown Highlights and ALBROKAN Business Staff 35 Student Teacher 2, 3. RONALD GENE RIDDLE "lf I cannot find a way, I will 'make one." Bible Club 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Debate Club 3, 45 Tri- Sci Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Green Masquers 45 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Lab Assistant 45 Monitor l. SYLVLA DELORES RIDDLE "A laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market." Superlative 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Maiorette 4: Orchestra 3: Home Room Secretarv 1, Vice-President 2: Art Club 3: Tri-Hifi' l, 2, 3, 4: Student Government Dance Coni- mittee 4: llible Club 2. 3, 4. PATSY ANN RoDDEN "The grunt! essentials of happiness ure something to ilo, someone to love, and sometliinvg to hope for." Football Sponsor 2, 3: Superlatives 4: "Miss Brown High" 4: "Miss Merrv Christmas" 4: Delegate to F.H..X. Conven- tion 2: Dramatics Club Plav Marshal 3: Bible Club l, 2, 3: French Club 3, 4, President 4: F.ll..'X. 2, 3, Treasurer 2: G.A.A. 2, 3, Toumament 2, Art Club 3: Librarv Club l, 2, Secretarv-Treasurer 2: Tri-Ili-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 3: Cheerleader 1, 3, 4, Chief 4: Green Masquers 3, 4: Session llouse 1: Student Government Dance Com mittee 2. 3, 4: Home Room Treasurer 2, Vice President 3: Brown Highlights, rXl.l-XROKAN Hlitorial Staff Reporter 3, Exchange Editor 4, Business St:-ff 3: S'udent Teacher l, 3: Librarv Assistant I, 2: Junior Senior Entertainment Com- mittee Chairman. -JOYCE ELLEN RODGERS "I know not what the future holds, but l do know Him who holds the future." Bible Club 2: Spanish Club 2, 3: F.ll..'X. l, 2: G.A.A. 4: Tri-Sci-Club 3: Monitor l. 3, 4: Student Government Dance Committee 3: Home Room Secretarv 2. 3, Treasurer 2: Office Page 3: Student Teacher l, 2: Delegate Social Science Forum. Greensboro 3: Cannon Spotlight Staff l. JEAN CAROL RUIXIPLE "Know thyself, but tlon't get frightened." Bible Club 2, 3, 4: French Club 3: Latin Club l: F.H.A. 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Monitor 4: Student Teacher 3. Mirzr CARLENE SAFRIT "Jesus, others, mul you is tl uirmzlurful wut' to spell JOY." Christmas Queen l: Inter State Trielli Y Convention Delegate 4: Junior Class Plav Marshal 3: Football Sponsor 3: Bible Club l. 2, 3: Spanish Club 4: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Art Club 3: Tri-Sci Club 3: Tri-Ili-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Secretan' 4: Green Masquers 3, 4: Student Government Dance Com' mittee 4: Student Teacher 2: Home Room Secretarv 3: 'Treasurer 4. BETTY Lou SARRATT "A friend loveth crt all times, and tr brother is horn for adversity." Band l, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2. 3, 4, Librarian 4: Latin Club 1. Novis RAE SCARBOROUGH "I complained because 1 had no shoes until I sun' u mu-n who had no feet." Football Sponsor 4: Bible Club 2, 3, 4: F.ll.A. 4: Dupli- cating Club 4: C..-LA. 3, 4: Tri Sci Club 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2: Monitor 2: Home Room Treasurer 2, Secretarv 3: Student Teacher 2, 3. LEROY CARY SCERCY "To play the game for all tlmt's in it, to plum' the ,gunna and plat' to win it." Superlative 4: Lug Leazer Award 4: "Most Valuable Plaver" 3, 4: Owen C. Hill Trophv 3. 4: North Carolina Shrine Bowl Plaver 4: North Carolina Prep All-State Football Team 4: Monogram Club 2, 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4. Co-Captain 3: Football 2, 3, 4, Junior Varsitv 1: Baseball 3, 4: Track 3: Home Room President 3: AllfCountv Foot' hall Team 4: All-State Basketball Team 3: All-State Baseball Team 3: All-State Football Team 4. HAROLD OlNEIL SEACRAVES 'Wlllmt Tofu need most you con fiml on voor knees." Superlative 4: Kev Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Proiectionist 3: Lab Assistant 4: Student Government Dance Committee 4: Track 3, 4: Home Room President 2, 3: Student Teacher 2: Senior Class Treasurer. DAVTD BAXTER SETTLEAIYER "Greater love hath no man, than he lui' tloirn his life for another." Monitor 1, 2: Session llouse l, 2: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Proiectionist 4: Home Room Treasurer I, 2: Junior Varsitv Football 1. 4, Convention Delegate 15 Art Club 35 lli-Y l, I S BOBBY LEE SHELF "Half ilusl, half deity, alike unfit to risu nr Session Ilouse 15 Swimming Team I5 Cimiimi Stuff 1, Co-Editor 15 Brown Highlights, ALHROIQAN Staff 25 Cheerleader 45 French Club 3, 45 Bible State Bible Club Retreat Delegate 45 Iunior Class Junior Class Plav Properties Chairman 35 Student ment Dance Committee 35 Green Masquers 3, 4. IAINIES JACKSON SIDES "A frieml in need is a friend indeed." French Club 25 Tri'Sci Club 2. jAixiEs VVAYNE SIKES sour." Spolighl Business Club 45 Play 35 Covern "live for tomorrmm todav will soon he gone." National Thesnians 3, 4, President 45 Bible Club l, 2, 3. 2, 3, 4, Green Masquers 3, 45 Band 15 Mixed Chorus 35 Stage Crew 3, 4, Stage Manager 45 Student Government Dance Committee 45 lunior Varsitv Football 2, Varsitv 35 Plavs 3, 4. CAROL GWENDOLYN SLOAN "Live pure, speak true, right wrong, follow the Christ, the King, else whyfnre horn." Honor Socictv 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Vicerllresidcnt 45 Superlatives 45 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Delegate to Cheraw 35 Latin Club 15 Debate Club 45 F.Il.A. 1, 25 Of- fice Page I5 Monitor 2, 3, 4, Secretarv 3, Co-Chief 45 Student Government Dance Committee 1, 3, 4, Home Room Secretarv 1, President 2, Treasurer 3, Cannon Spotlight Staff 1, Co-Feature Editor 15 ALEROKAN, Brown Highlights Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Home Room Editor 3, Co-Editor 45 Senior Class llisturian. BILL SLOOP "lf l cmmo! find a wav, I will make one." junior Varsitv Football 15 Session llouse 2, 35 Bible Club 35 lli-Y 3, 45 Home Room President 4. NANCY CARCJL PETHEL SLOOP "ln till thx' wavs acknowledge Him :mil lle shall ilirucl tht' path." lJ.h. Club 4: l'.ll.A. 35 Tri-Ili-Y 35 C.A.A. 3. NANCY DLOOP "l crm ilo till things tlirlzzcglt Christ who SlI'l'H2llIL'llL'lll mv." junior Class Plav Marshal 35 Bible Club l, Z, 35 French Club 3, 45 Tri-lii-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Lab Assistant 3, 45 Student Government Dance Committee 45 Sturlenl Teacher 2. lXlARKS RONALD SLOOP "l can do all things through Christ which strengthvnth mv." French Club 2, 35 Tri-Sci Club 35 Band 1, 2, 45 Orchestra l, 25 All-State Band 35 Session llouse I. rllHOlXIAS WAYNE SLOOP "tl trite gniile is Christ." French Club 45 Spanish Club 2. 35 Bible Club l5 Drain' :ities Club 45 Orchestra l, 2, 3. CLARA BELLE Sixurn "Silence is for the Saints: l um only litmiu-ri." Football Sponsor 45 Bible Club Z, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 F.ll.A. l, Z, 3, 4, Delegate to State Convention 25 'l'ri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Monitor 2, 3, 45 Student Teacher 3, 45 Office Page 4. KAY WILSON SIXIITH "Pleasure und joy' make tlw wurs xcvnl short." Football Sponsor 4, Bible Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Spanish Club 2, 5, 45 F.H.A. 1, 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Tri-Hi-Y 43 Lab Assistant 3, 4, Monitor I. LAWRENCE RAY SPRY "Be ,qoml tn yourself, lmve ll lot of fun, uml lu' u lrupyri' mm." n.o. 4. B1L1.1E ANN STARNES "lVhut you need most vnu cun final On your knees." Bible Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club l, 2: 'liri lli-Y 4, Con vention Delegate 43 Monitor lg Home Room Treasurer 4, Student Teacher 4. GAR1' ALLEN STARNES "Put God first, cmmtrv svcrnul, ruurxulf lust." PATRICIA VON STARNES "lt would be better to keep your mouth shut ami he thought u fool than to speak up und remove all tloul0t." Mixed Chorus 2, 3, Lihrarv Club lg Bible Club I. PHY1.L1s ANNE STARNES "The hills are crossed, non' to climb the mountains." Football Sponsor 3, -lg Bible Club 2, 3, 4: French Club 3, -lg F.H.A. 2, Art Club 55 Trilli-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Con vention Delegate 3, Green Nlasqucrs 3, 4, Band lg Cheer- leader 43 Junior Varsitv Cheerleader 3: Student Govern' ment Dance Committee 4: Student Teacher I, 2, 3. lVlARY jo STORY "I cmnpluinml ulfmut lmving no slzovs until l met u num with no feet." Latin Club 4. SEWELL CLAIKISSA '4SuE" 'TAYLOR "Your lIt'tlTl'S desires be with Wm!" Transferred from Rockingham High School 25 Trans fcrred from Concord High School 3, Bible Club 3, 4, French Cluh 3, 4: Tri-HifY 4. WILLIABI NORRIS IERRY "Live mul let live." National Thespians 3, 4, Vice-President 43 llible Club 3: llifY l, 4, Green Nlasquers 3, 49 Stage Crew 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 35 Student Government Dance Committee 4: Junior Varsitv Football 2, Co-Captain 2. IIAZEL LEE TIIERRELL "Youth shows but half, trust God und sau ull." Junior Class Plav Marshal 3, Dramatics Club Plav 3: Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 4: D.E. Club -L E I JOHN WILLIAM uBILLn THOMPSON "Quitters never wing VVinners never quit." Junior Varsitv Football 25 Varsitv 3, 45 Junior Varsitv Basketball I5 Varsitv 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 43 Baseball 25 Bible Club 35 Session House 25 Ilonie Room President 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Lab Assistant 3, 45 Student Govemment Dance Committee 3, 45 Ili-Y l, 25 Band l. VERA LOUISE THOMPSON "MV desire . . . to be like Jesus." Spelling Champion 25 Bible Club 45 Librarv Club 45 Home Room Secretarv 35 Student Teacher 4. lblARY FRANCES THREADGILI. "Love mul there is no room for um'v5 have faith and tltert' will be no need for worrv. Librarv Club 15 Bible Club 1: Mixed Chorus 2: F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 45 C.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Deba'e Club 35 Tri Sci Club 3, 45 French Club 2, 3: Home Room Secretarv 25 Lab Assistant 3, 45 Student Teacher 2. 35 Junior Class Plav Marshal 35 Banking Club 45 Plav Dav at VV.C.U.N.C. 45 Varsitv Basketball 3, 4, C0-Captain 4. JAMES LEE TROUTAIAN "The right road ulwavs leads out to the right places." Bible Club 35 Latin Club l, 25 Band 1. BECKY VAUGHN "'I'orla1'. well lived makes elierv vesferrlav u dream nf hanpmess and everv trmzorrrmf a visirm nf hope." Varsitv Cheerleader 3, 45 Student Government Dance Committee 3, 45 Bible Club 2, 3, 45 State Bible Club Delegate 25 Latin Club 2, 3, President 35 G.A.A. 25 F.ll.A. 2: Art Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 25 Student Teacher 15 Home Room Treasurer 3: Vice President lg Brown Highlights, ALRROKAN Business Staff 4. ROBERT ROSS VINSON "l know not what the future lmltlx but I know who lmlzlx the future." D.O. Club 3, 45 Band l, 2, Mixed Chorus MICHAEL DAVID VIOLA "lt's better lute than never." D.O. Club 3, 45 Ilotne Room Seeretarv-Treasurer 4. LARRY SCOTT VVAGONER "Do unto others as vnu would have them do unto Wm." Bible Club 15 D.O. Club 4, Secretary 45 Band 15 Of- fice Page 15 Junior Varsitv Basketball 15 junior Varsity Football 2. SHELBY JEAN WALDEN "lf ut first You tlon't succeed, trv, trv again." Commencement Marshal 35 F.H.A. lg Guidance As- sistant 45 Monitor l5 Student 'l'e-acher 3. GI.ENNA SHARON WALKER "Be careful how von live. You mmf be the onlv Bible some people ever read." Bible Club 2.5 Monitor 4. LXUDRE ALENE WALL "IIlII!?1I Duty wlzivpers low, 'Tlmu mnxt', the voutlz replies, 'I Cun'." Transferred from China Crove 2: Ilistorv Convention Delegate 3: Bible Club 2, 3: Creen Masuuers 3: l:.II.A. 1: Irl-Hi-Y 2, 5. 4: Xlixed Chorus 2, 3: Student Government Dance Comimtiee 3: Student Teacher l. AIAVIS IEAN WALLACE "A merry' Iieurt ilnetlz good like rr metlieiizef' I7.Il.A. I: Session House 2: CoIlegefCari:er Ilav Iloslcss 1: .Xlonitor I: Home Ronnie Seeretarv I, 4. CAROL IYIAURICE WALLS "Yon like someone because: you love lliem ultlmuglif' Iiibrarx' Club 4: IIE. Club 5, 4. Doms IEANETTE XVEDD1Nc'roN "Christ ulmve ull." Latin Club I, 2: D.I:i. 3, 4: Home Room Treasurer 4: Student Teacher I, 4: Office Page I. TOMMY EARL VV1LL1A1x1s "I-'or success tm11m'rnu'. stuilm' to4lm'." Bible Club 4: Spanish Club 4, Vice-Ilresiclent 4: I10. Club 3, 4, President 4: IlifY 3, 4: Session Ilouse 3. 4: Student Teacher 2. AIOHN FRANKLIN IAIILLIARISON "II'orr1' is like Sunil in an uvster: zz little prmluces a pearl. mo mneli kills the minimal." 'l'riSei Club 4: Ili-Y I. 2, 3, 4: Iiancl I, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3. .IERRY XfV1LsoN "lu ull tlit nuts ueknnwletlee Him uml Ile will ilireel tliy paths." Stale Bible Club Retreat Delegate 3, 4: Bible Club 3, 4, Presiileni 4: .Xrt Club 3: Xlonitor I. IIREDDY IIous'roN XAIHITAKER, "Du num ntlzerx us run uvmlil have them :In unto von." Superlative 4: Kev Club 2, 3, 4, President 4: Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, President 4: Ili Y 4: Monitor I: Session Ilouse I, 3: CoIIegeCareer Dax' Ilost 4: Varsilt' Baseball 2, 3, 4: junior Yarsitx Football I, Yarsitv 3. 4, Co Captain 4: Home Room Treasurer 2: Student Teacher 2, 3, 4: junior Rotarian 4: Senior-Junior Publieilx' Committee Chair man 4. CIAROLYN STEGALL WH1TE "II"e muke ic living by wlmt we get: lm! we nzuke u life In' wlmt we give." Bible Club I. 4: I7.II..X. I, 2: D.li. Club 5, 4, Associate Presitlent 3, Secretary 4: Xlonitor I: Session Ilouse I. Lucio' 'lou VVH1'11x1AN "Dare to be true: nothing elm need ti lie." Kev Club I: French Club 1, 2: Debate Club l, 2: Iiannl I, 2. 3: Mixed Chorus I: Orchestra l, 2, 3: Monitor I. ,IACQUELINE GRACE WYKE "If I want to I can, by the grace of God, be what I want to be." Bible Club 1, 2, 34 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 49 Session House 1, 2, College-Career Day Hostess 25 Basketball 4. ROSEMERRY Koowrz Poet TODAY WE FOLLOW, TOMORROW WE LEAD Now as we don our cap and gown, As we begin our march down the aisle We know that moment at last is here And our lips widen into a smile. Today we follow, tomorrow we lead. How strange it is to say. For at least we have reached the time When we will show others the way. That smile is a symbol of all our good times, There is nothing we wouldnit give If we could just start four years back Each one of them to relive. Some were doubtful just four years ago That this time would ever be. Many were the trials and problems we faced, Their worth sometimes hard to see. So as we bid farewell to our school and friends In our hearts there's a touch of sorrow. Still we must all go our separate ways, The leaders of tomorrow. Yet we knew we must follow in order to learn The things we needed to know, And we found we had friends who were here to help On our climb to success to go. Today we followg tomorrow we lead. Yet, how can we say it thus? For it is not only we who will lead, But it is Christ who will lead us. So each year of Progress, each year of fun Was just what we seemed to need To prepare us for that important day When we'd be the ones who would lead. MASCOTS LIDA REBECCA DAVES STEVEN DALE HOWARD CLASS For three months I, a newly-polished desk, had waited ap- prehensively with my fellow desks for the moming of Septem- ber 9, 1953, to bring a new Sophomore Class into my presence. Please don't laugh, students! You humans always think of us desks as being so cold, so lifeless. You seem to think we have no feelings or memories, no friends or acquaintances, no thrills or disappointments. But that isn't true and, if you'll only listen to me I'll show you how I felt. Row I I was so excited on that first big get-acquainted day I could hardly keep still. Each Sophomore who walked through the door I quickly sized up. Of course, I considered all of you tops, but I remember being a little partial to one student, Harry Beaube, for he had chosen me to be his year-long home room companion. And that was even before he was elected to fill your Sophomore Class President's Big Chair. He seemed to know everybody! Robert Beaube, his twin, was the Big Chair's Assistantg Reba Fincher, its Notebook, and Larry Hamby, 1ts Checkwriter. Once Harry introduced me Cnot formally, of coursej to your Senators, Kenny Pless and Faye King. I gathered from their conversation that a candy sale was in progress to raise money for Student Government proiects. A few Weeks later I heard that Donald Baxter, Bill Perry, Grady Howard, and Lucky Whitman had won first prizes for selling the most candy. As the year advanced, some of us desks gleamed with polished pride when we heard that our oc- cupants, Sue Chapman, Kenny Pless, Grey Dellinger, Carol Drolette, Ger- ald Medlin, Johnny Gribble, Elaine Nance, Michael Gordon, Charles Hol- man, Steve Foster, and Shirley Kiser had. been tapped into National Honor Society on probation, and Johnny and Kenny had become members of Key Club. We desks became quite fond of Kenny Pless and Michael Gordon, the Student Govemment Clean-Up Chairmen, whom we iokingly called the Sanitary Officers. As the year was coming to a close, we desks held our annual convention. Together we eagerly discussed the status of your class. The four big Chairs of Student Government would be refilled with Kenny 'Pless as the Chief Chair's Typewriter and Raymond Alexander as its Piggy Bank. We were indeed happy that Patsy Rodden, Hilda Bost, Steve Foster, and Laveme Christy would represent you as Megaphones on the cheering squad. One of the desks overheard Mr. Van Poole, your class adviser, and the officers planning a party. I wish I could have been there, for from up here it sounded like fun down in the social room when you played your Olympic games. I was glad your class had worked hard this year, that you had begun to fit into your new surroundings, and that you had leamed the "give and take" of classroom life. Row II To begin the 1954-1955 term, I found myself in a new classroom assigned to carry Kenny Pless through his Junior year. Kenny. serving in Student Government with Reba Fincher and Michael Gordon, your Senators, always kept me informed about student activities. He worked faithfully with Miss Cook, your class adviser, and your officers, Jimmy Dellinger in the Big Chairg Bill Hubbard, the Big Chair's Assistantg Delores Miller, the Notebook: and Gwen Sloan, the Checkwriter, in Operation Magazine Sale. One day Kenny left some papers lying on me, and I simply couldn't resist reading them. The first one began: "Hold high the torch," "Tapped into National Honor Society were eight Juniors: Reba Fincher, Sylvia Cheek, Rosemerry Koontz, Delores Miller, gaymond Alexander, Joey Carter, Jimmy Dellinger, and Gwen oan. ' Another page read: "The Quill and Scroll tapped seven Juniors, Tuesday. They are: Sylvia Cheek, Sue Chapman, Reba Fincher, Delores Miller, Charles Holman, Barbara Safriet, and Gwen Sloan." Another: T "Honorees of the Junior Class taken into Key Club were Raymond Alexander, Joey Carter, Jimmy Dellinger, Steve Fos- ter, Michael Gordon, Jimmy Griffith, Charles Holman, Don Nesbitt, and Freddy VVhitaker." And: "Thes'pians grant membership to Arthur Bell, Grey Del- linger, Jimmy Dellinger, Jean Efird, Steve Foster, Michael Gor- don, Grady Howard, and Barbara Safriet." Whether Kenny had written these accounts or someone else I couldn't say, but reading them made me feel as though you Juniors were working to fill an honored place. Your class H CWEN SLOAN Historian ISTORY production "Double Door" received much praise as performers showed almost professional talent. I had no direct connections with the Junior-Senior Co-Chair- men, Reba Fincher and Michael Gordon, but one of my brother desks actually helped decorate the Social Room for the dance. He described the whole setting to us exuberantly. "Some Enchanted Evening!" he exclaimed, letting us guess that to be the theme. "The setting," he contimued, "was a southern plantation, and-oh! the trees, the lighting, every- thing was perfect. Imagine itg little ol' me helped." I laughed at him but I envied him, too. As last minute plans for your Washington trip were com- pleted, we desks prepared for a lonesome wait. We could hear the excited voices, the honking of horns, and the thud of luggage early that Wednesday morning as four huge buses Cwe could see the tops of them through the windowj took you miles and miles away. We remembered a few days before how you had so eagerly and with such insurmountable pride displayed your class rings. Junior-Senior-Class Rings-Washington trip! What a week of thrills! Returning from Washington, your time and attention were focused on closing out your Junior year. When your own classmates, Rosemerry Koontz, Rubynel Austin, Elaine Nance, Sylvia Cheek, Sue Chapman, Joyce Poole, Shelby Walden, James, Martha Griffin, Shirley Kiser, Linda Harrington, and Carol Drolette were called upon to usher the Seniors into the commencement of life, you realized more fully your own near- ness to that step. To encourage progress for your Senior year, Patsy Rodden was named Chief Megaphone with Stephen Fos- ter, Becky Vaughn, Bobby Shelf, Hilda Bost, and Phyllis Stames as Megaphone Assistants. To record the progress, Reba Fincher and Gwen Sloan were titled Co-Editors of Brown Highlights and Arnnoxm. Row III As you entered school an older and wiser class in 1955, I too portrayed the dignified Senior. I took my place in Miss Gray, your class adviser's, room to watch you make the change from follower to leader. I knew the change would take a whole year and that it could not possibly show outwardly so much as it would be felt within each of you. I knew too, that the whirl, the thrill, and the experience of being a senior Corder- ing caps and gowns, calling cards, and invitationsD and the fun of Senior Day, with a little time, would mold you into the role of leader. At our first desks' convention of the year, I reported your class elections: Michael Gordon, Big Chair, Ted Godfrey, Big Chair's Assistantg Bobby Jo Ferguson, Notebookg Harold Sea- graves, Checkwriterg Reba Fincher and Jimmy Dellinger, Sena- torsg Rosemerry Koontz, Pulpitg and Sue Chapman, Party Boss. Filling the Chief Chair of Student Government was Kenny Pless, with Joey Carter serving as the Sub Chief Chair. Helpers were Raymond Alexander, Judgeg and Janice Grossman, Stu- dent Party Boss. Realizing the urgency of the moment, you made your motto, "Today we followg tomorrow we lead." Red rose colors red and white proved to be your choice as a Rebecca Daves and Steve Dale Howard took the for mascots. Because of my limited powers as a desk, I was see your spotting events, but that did not hamper my en- thusiasm. I well remember Larry Hamby and Freddy Whitaker as Co-Captains of your football team. Leroy Scercy was granted the Lug Leazer award and the Hill Trophy in addi- tion to being placed on the Shrine Bowl team. Wayne Ander- son received the Blocking Trophy. Delores Miller who reigned at Homecoming, Patsy Rodden, Miss Brown High: and Sue Chapman, Miss Hi Miss-all these I met in Senior English. National Honor Society, Thespians, Key Club, and Quill and Scroll took into their clubs new mem- bers. l watched as you skillfully prepared for your Senior-Junior "Symphony in Blue" and then tumed enthusiastically to prep- aration of your Senior Class play. How I wanted to cry out from my polished surface to praise you, but how could you understand a desk? My only way of expressing appreciation was to sit straight and erect, courageously and proudly carry- ing you through. Those last few weeks I saw less and less of you. Graduation was the present. My every thought was of my farewell speech to you as you received your diploma. I would explain eagerly that you had made the change from follower to leader. You were beginning your maiden voyage, leaving the land of knowl- edge to travel into the land of experience. You would no longer be in my classroom within these doors, for you would have opened the door to the classroom of life. Shelby Phillips, Carolyn buds with class. 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Patsy represented Kannapolis at the Carolina Carrousel in Charlotte and also the Kannapolis, Concord, and Mooresville Parades. She was selected Miss Merry Christmas, by the Merchants Association, from a group of ten other high school queens. Page Forty ian i ian SUE CHAPMAN Each year the senior class chooses the girl who, they think, possesses the best qualities in leadership, scholarship, character, and per- sonality to represent them as Miss Hi Miss. Sue Chapman, Brown High's selection, visited Winthrop College campus in Rock Hill, South Carolina, this spring and received recognition, along with other girls receiving the same honor, in a special edition of "The Iohnson- ian," Winthrop's school newspaper. wi! JUNIOR CLASS OI5IflClf,RS I Anm' Sr uw Vim' l'rvsiz1'w1t Mfxnccfxlwl' SHEIXTON A ',,l't'llS1l1'l'I' AIILDRFD KFTNFR Svc'r'vfr1r"1' Ihvllm ,'Xl.AmzAN PVCSfdE'l'1l AHDiL+'8UC1HED AND LAUGHETU! uc-H, ous MOMENTS TO REMEMBER! TQO YCJUNQ. no KNOW., . 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LANING SAVILLA LAWING GARY LEDBETTER JOHNNY LEE THOIXIAS LENTL YVONNE LEONARD LOUISE LEWIS SARAH LEWIS ROSE MARIE LILES JO ANN LINKER NANCY LOMAX JOE LOWERY JAMES MCCOBIBS CARROLL MCDOWELL ANN MCLErXN PAT MCLEOD SAUNDRA MARLOW PRISCILLA IVIEDLIN CLAYTON IVIIDDLETON LINDA MILLS KATHLEEN MASON hun ENE IVIASSEY l'.LVELXN 1x4ATHlS DAVID 1VlATTOX -IIAIAIY 0A'1'ES TED OVEROASII ,IIIXIIXIY PARKER ELSIE PAYNE EULANE PENNELI. BILLIE PHILLIPS BILL POOLE MARION MOON COLEEN MOORE TOBIINIY IVIOORE PHYLLIS MORRIS -IACKIE POSTON .IERRY POTEAT CLINTON MORROW' ROBBIE MOSS CHARLES 1VIURPH -IOY MURPHY SARA IVIURRAY NANCY MYERS BUCK NORRIS BERTHA M AE PUCKETT RAIXIONA PURVIS MELVIN RAPE STEVEN REESE NANCY PIIOR CARL RICHARDSON RIIKE RICHARDSON KATHERINE ROGERS TOMMY ROGERS SIIELRY Ross EVELYN ROWLAND SHIRLEY RUSSELL LINDA SEARION RIIARGARET SHELTON LARRY SHEPHERD BARBARA SHERRILI. ARNOLD SHINN KAY SIMMONS LARRY SLOAN CONRAD SLOOP MARGARET SLOOP CAROL SMITH JEAN SIXIITII JINHWY SMITII PATSY SMITH DONALD SNIPES ALICIA SORROVV DON SPRINKLE EFIRD STACK LARRY STACK MINNIE STAIVIEY IRIS STATON LINDA STATON SANDRA STEPHENSON NANCY STRICKLAND CAROL STYERS JEAN TAYLOR BOBBY TUCKEIR KENNETH VVAGONER GLENN WALLER f S FLOYD ALLEN IDA CLEARY BARBARA FOSTER NJARGARET IIASIONS CIRADY IIORNE SYLVIA RATLEDGE BARBARA NVATSON JOYCE XVIIITE NANCY VVHITE JENNIE REYN VVILEY BILL W1LSON JANE E. WILSON AILEEN VVINGLER ELLA JEAN XV1NCLER GEORGE XVISELXIAN BOBBY XVRIGHT NOT PICTURED DOX'LE SULLLVAN JANET BENFIELD BOBBY IDUNCAN VVALTER FOSTER RALPH JIENRY JERRY JOHNSON VIRGINIA SIBIBIONS JACK TILLEY ELVIN BURRIS KENNETH EDWARDS PAYE HARD1N JAMES I'JONEYCU'1"l' AND THEN., . IT COULD JOAN PATE FLAVEL SRIITH REX TUCKER SANDY WOODAIRID FLETCHER VICKERS BE THAT BHD ON TH BEACH, , , TOD POOPED TO POCKERIE J SCDPHCMORECLASS OI-TIGERS KERRY IXIAIILDEN . 'lfreaslirw' li. VV. VV11,l,m1x1s A VicefP1'esiL.1eni 'Imam' IDARNELI. . Secndnry I xnm'NE.Ax1 . l'resiJem xg' 459' ' My iz. A A 0 2 A f p -A 1- f . Y 1,,., WR OLE' DMU AT CANNON- ww. wow mf N rm me VVHAT A GA L' , ' .,A:: mm uf fa MM M ., ,i -' 2' x - ' M QTUI? I 01194 ANU 1.151 livlf L Citi? MAN? Www 'f ifl' ,, Vlbv tg .21' .: . L T 5 G T A TAN J . . .ANU wr, Ar+1'rxNU'm1miU FWNDTALKEED ANUA TE MAN Auve? wHA1AGxRL." Eugene Absher, Norma Allen, Tana Argo, Rodney Armstrong, Jean Avant, Judy Barnes, James llarnette, Mary Ann Bass, Brenda Beaver. Lelia Beaver, Leonard Beaver. Randall Beaver, Janyce Beck, Jimmy Beck, llarold Beers, Naomi Bennett, Loneda Benton, Marvin Benton. Judy Blackvvelder, Barry Bostian, Kaye Boyd, Kenneth Brewer, Jack Brown John Brown, Judy Brown, Kenneth llurlce, W. Campbell. XfVayne Cannon, Ted Canup, Cary Carlton, Betty Carpenter, Barbara Carter, Lena Carter, Mary Carter, Rodger Carter, Lawrence Cartner. Larry Cashion, Louise Cashion, Frank Caton, Larry Cauble, Joan Chapman, Donald Childers, VVayne Childers, Donald Christy, Faye Clampet. Julia Clark, Harold Cline, Phvllis Cline, hlartha Combs, Linda Cook, Nancy Corley, Jane Craven, Gerald Cress, Henry Cress. Zona Creswell, Donald Daniel, Johnny Daniel, Jerry Darnell, Jewell Davis, Joe Davis, Vllayne Dayvault, Betty Deal, Betty Dellinger. jerry Dellingcr, Millicent Dennis, Linda Dcesc, Bonnie Diggs, 'l'. Donaldson, Sandra Drolctte, Michrir-1 Dudley, Violet Dull, Dovlc Donahue. Milan- Dunn. Eurlinc lialriwod. Roy Ecldlcnian. Charles llclgison, Dixie Erwin, Darrell licsmirc, Kay Ifcsperiiiaii, Mary Ellen Fespcrmzin, llcrbcrt Fisher. Margaret liishcr, Bcity Fortson, A. V. llrzmklin, Vilziync Friclc, Betty Fritz, Barhzira Fullani, Duvicl Gales, Grace Gaincy, llonulcl Garrett. 'loininy Gaskins, Elizabeth Gibson, Mitchell Gibson, Vernon Gibson, Cynthia Gilliam lucly Goorlman, Armenia Goodnight, Donald Gooclnight, Glenna Goodson. Sondra Grzitly, john Graham, Phyllis Greene, llillie Gregory, Joyce Gregory, Frances Griilin, Sonia Griilin. Vickie Griihn, Kenneth Grihitli. Phyllis Hull, Larry llznnilton, Phyllis Hampton, Sylvia Ilnncock, Glenda Haney, Carole Iliwringtfm, Margaret Harrington, Ronald Haskins, Ettie Ruth Hastings. Eupena Hclnis. XVallucc llclton. Richard Herrin, John Paul Ilill, Linda Hill, ll. C. Hodge, Becky Hodgens. Tommy lloilinian, Linda Hollar. Phyllis llollar, Elizabeth Holt, Earlene Honhartier, Don lloneyeutt, Clarence llorton, VVayne Huhharcl, Johnny Hudson, Lincla lllll'lllI13D, lluclcly Huggins. Betty Hughes, Louise Hunter, Donald lngle, jerry Isenhour. Sauntlra Ivey. Slena Jarrett, Barbara johnson, Glenda lohnson, joel Iohnson. Charles jones, Howard jones, Donaline llorclan, -loyce vlorclan, Terry Keller, George King, Nlary 'Io Knowles, Nancy Koontz, Dennis Lacey. Betty Laws, Carrie Leclbetter, Larry Lee, Iatana Lewis, Phil Lipparcl. lutly Little, Donnie Livengood, Bill Long, Esther Lovin. Nlilte Lowder, Ann Lowery, Charles Lunsford, Qloyee Lunsford, Nlarthu McClain, Frances Mefonimnns. Doris McDonald. Dickie McKinley. Lincla McKnight. Ferry Mehlanus, Tommy MeW'horter, Charles Mann, jeff Marshall, llillie Martin, Robbie Mason, Roy Mason, Kerry Maulclen, Darrell Nlelton. Albert Miller, David Miller, jimmy lVliller, Laurna Dell Mitelicll, Kenneth Nlontgomery Kenneth Kloone. Teresa Moon, .Ierry Wayne Moss, Priscilla Notes. Larry Neal, Tony Neal, Phyllis Nclms, George Noel, Peggy Oliver, Starling Osborne, Frank Uvcrcaslr, Manuel Uvercasli, jolmny Parker. Kcitlr Parks, Vera Parks, Katliryn Patterson, llarliara Paxton, U'ayne Pennell. Cassie Perry, Douglas Perry. Dale Petliel, llctty Phillips. Larry Pickerel, Virginia Pless, Kcnnetli Powell, jinnny Price, Larry Reid, Tony Rice, Gerald llicliarmlson, l,a Vauglm Rodgers, Gail Ross. Barbara Russell, Douglas Russell, XVaync Russell, Joyce Scarlnoro, llalrwli Qeclilcr Billy Sell.. Ricliarcl Sellers. lfugenc Slianlile. ganclra Sliarpc. Kay Shinn, Robert Simpson, Virginia Sinclair, Gary Sloop, jimmy Sloop, Linda Jo Sloolm, Maxine Sloop, Norma Slooli, Algic Smitli. Billy Sorali, jimmy Stalliord, .loyce Qweatt, Carol Taylor, Bcity Thomas, Bobby Thomas, llrencla Tlionipson, Lincla Thornburg, Cliarlcs il.llI'klSllCl'. Blargie Tucker, Rena Tucker, Kenneth Upriglmt, Harold Vaughn, Carolyn Vins Alex Viola, Gary Vlilagner, llarry Vvagncr, Doretlia VVatson. UD P H R E Harold VVhirley, Steve Wike, Buzzy Williams, Linda Williams, Margie Williams, Ronnie Williams, R. W. Williams, Ir., jane Wilson, Paul Wilson, Frances Wyatt Page Fifty-four Jane Yow. Gary Brewer Barbara Brigman Larry Brown Edward Childers Peggy Davidson Floyd Dwiggins Pat Hardy Shirley Hart Kenneth Hinson NOT PICTURED Edward Hunsucker jerry Hurst Sylvia James Dennis Ioines Boyd jordan Bobby Lee Lowe Edith Lynch Shelby Martin Billy Massey Gary Mills Pat Overcash Clarence Petrea Eldon Petrea Mike Beadling Melvin Scarborough jilda Teague Betty Tilley Gene Wike More things go on within Brown than can pos' sibly he mentionedg but, here, in these pages is the school, itself. A pictorial diary of the students' march toward education is before you . . . Q,06Ll" lflflelfliif ENGLISH "ONCE UPON A TIME . . . And there was Macbeth and lieowull' and the VVife ol Bath . . ." Not story hour but a survey ol' English literature. This is what English IV students do during their second semester. First semester is spent on English grammar and theme writing, with emphasis on spelling and inereusf ing voeahulurv. ABSORIZING STORY, VVHAT? Pteallv. though, all kidding aside, American literature is winning ai place in the hearts of junior English students. Through oral reports they learn to speak puhlielv and at the same time correetlv. 1 "HOW S THAT AGAIN?" One student seems quite perplexed to find that "painting the lilyu requires neither paint brush nor lilv hut iust an over-loaded, misused voeuiuulziry. These Sophomore English students diseover that proper dietionarv use anal lihrzirv knowledge ean he almost as much lun as literature. MATH HSHOCKED, MR. RAWLS? We're aiming for A's this month. You don't think we'd let a little algebra test get us down do you?" Thus algebra I and II students tackle their study of the number system. Algebra is a requirement for college. THE TWO MASTER MINDS above are work- ing diligently to eam their seat in Senior Math. Senior Math, a course for stuclents who are definitely going to college, is made up of three courses-solid geometry, plane trigonometry, and advanced algebra. NO! IT lSN'T ART CLASSQ itis geometry. The "theory of space and of figures in space" constitutes the stutly of geometry. It's better known to students in terms of angles, triangles, circles, quadrilaterals, and polygons. This subject is a must for Brown IIigh's college preparatory course. Page Fifty-seven STRICTLY AMERICAN is this junior history class. Here, students are exhibiting projects that were made during a unit on the American Way of Life. We like ity we like it. HISTCDRY USER? They have a reason to be lazy." This sociology student points out that peo- ple who live in warm climates tend to be less energetic. Social groups are the topic of study in this class and the class is very social. RELATIVE OF YOURS? No, these pictures aren't sections from the family album. They're clippings to prove that emotions can be recognized by facial ex- pressions, situations and behavior. We all know, of course, that psychology is the study of why we are what we are and it's usually determined by where we are. SCIENCE FUTURE EINSTEINS of physics class a Ia Brown High are measuring the ex' pansion of a metal rod due to heat. Man. dig that Cra7y coke hottie. CORN, RYE AND INIOLASSESF No, it's only the chemistry class stuck in the middle of a water distillation process. They have heen studying composition of ele- ments and demonstrating diI'I'erent proc! csses. UNION SKINS, BAKED? FRIED? No, soggy. These sophomores are looking at sections of onion skins. Later they do a neat joh of dissecting their little friends, the frogs. This is all under the classificaf tion of plants and animals. INDUSTRIAL ARTS NOT BUTCHER, NOT BAKER, BUT RULE STICK MAKER. Perhaps not literally but the Sophomores of ln- dustrial Arts certainly find the rule their constant companion. This course includes mechanical draw- ings, electrical work, shop math, and technical films. D. E. - D. O. WHAT'S UP, DOC? The little rabbit these D.E. students think funny is really doing an important job advertising for the retail stores that some of the students may work in. Phases of commercial selling are studied in D.E. BOOK LARNINQ in addition to experi- ence on the job, helps to make these boys ready for a man-sive job after school. Boys taking D.O. must be 16 years old. CA little touch of ambition helps, t0o.j COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT BUSSBIAN. llhllli VV11 CONHQ iliyll ing, honkkccping. :ind slmrtliuml arc thrcu of thc ccnnincrcizil suhjccts utfcivcl to stu- dents at Brown High. Many stuclmfnts ac- quire a lwsitiuii aftur gflllllliltiibll with only the husincss ctlticntinii tht-y luiw had in 5fl1lN1l, 100 COPIES, PI.lizXSIf, 'lhcw ink, lilnntlt-tl students ure incrnhcrs ui' thc duf plicuting clam. ln their capacity as un- ntliuiril printing cmiipuin hir llrmvn High. thuy riiirnwgrupli cvcrytliing firniii cxuim tu thl' II1Ul'lIiI1Lf XllllllILIIICCIIICIIIN. NO STICKY FIXCERS lllilkll. A whirl UiiCllL'CiKXKI'ifil1g. iirnirwyfuwunting, and IJUKlk'iJkl12lllCillgf'KlLlHL' ri thrill hir any rud- blimrlecl tccnuqcr. The SCIIIIUVS zlccmllwts urc imlicilul in tht ililllkillg rmuiin hx' stu- dcnts who are learning all uhuut IliHllCy. deposits, withch'z1wa1ls, anal chcuking alc- cmiiits. LANGUAGES SI, SI answer estudiantes de Espanol. Don't be alarmed, we haven't switched to Spanish dia- logue, we're just visiting a class of the same name. After this two-unit course, a student is well-equipped to spend a holiday "south 'of the border." VVHO SAID THAT LATIN is a dead lan- guage? These students are discovering interesting things about Home through their chosen foreign language, and they find that much of the present day languages come from Latin. Page Sixty two HGAY PAREEHThe world's center of fash- ions," declares a well up-to-date French student. For the French course includes the study of the history, geography, customs, and current events in addition to the language of France. ART ARTISTS AND MODEL. This is one place where you can be the center of attention, pro- vided you're a good model. Potential Michel- angelos do most of the art work for the school while leaming art technique. HOME ECONOMICS "A STITCH IN TIME . . . SAVES MY GRADE!" says one home economics student. The primary accomplishments of this class are cook- ing and sewing, but the girls also learn how to look attractive along with essentials of home- making. SHOP THIS LOOKS LIKE FUN, at least for the boys who are taking shop. Actually, they're really working like mad, well, working anyway. Their theme song is Sheetmetal Serenade with a little note or two from the wood section. Page Sixtv three wa 'A w A ' st 2 i N X gf 9 , ' , . Z Q . I 1 , 'e K ' - 'f A 1 , ' fi . "', A I in " N I ,. I .,,,:' . my , . Q ,f a A V, A.,,.... ..., f nnnbln., Q Q, X :QQS xg. , A 3, i 2 "" A . ":' ' -'-- , -'-, ' Pit - -V'-- V - K , 1' .A,. t , 3 Q ,A,,. 1 , , During this year the band has proven to be a very active organization in the high school. Its school spirit was shown in the Kannapolis, Concord, Mooresville, and Char' lotte Carrousel parades. It was also active in assemblies, concerts, and musical programs in the elementary schools. To top all honors, the BHS band was chosen as one of three, in North Carolina, to attend the Lions' convention in Miami, Florida, in june. Mr. Harvey Turner is the director of the band. MAJORETTES The picture at the left is that of the high stepping, ever- strutting majorettes who lead the band. They are left to right: Ruth Austin, "Tootsie" Riddle, Linda Hagler, Delores Miller, Pat Harrison and Elaine Helms. During the football season they were featured in the half time show. doing amazing feats with fire-batons, stunts, and unusual formations. Center: Patty Kluttz. First row: Ruth Austin, Sylvia Rirldlu, Linda llagler, Nancy Mycrs. Nancy Lomax, Margarct Colnpton, Carol McDowell, Mary Alexanrlur, Delores Millur, Pat llarrison, Elaine Helms. Secoml row: .Klan McKnight, llric Mclinight, Aaron Brooks, XVayne Lowery, Dottie lfishcr, Milliccnt Shep- herd, Shelia Leonard, Ronnie Mcfurdy, Rodger Carter. liliarlvs Brown, Barbara Wlright, Rita Nocl, listhur Lovin, Glenda Haney, Betty Deal, ,lane Mclnnis., Peggy Oliver, Berry Laws, jimmy Dellinger. Thinl row: Larry Blaclnvcldcr, Rill Phillips, jimmy Powell, Charles Bumgarnur, Tommy Allen, Larry Reid, Tommy Barringer, Michael Lowdcr, Nancy Rich, 'l'ommy Moore, Betty Sarrart, Zona Creswell, Peggy Murph, Barbara Chapman, Sandra Drolelt, Sylvia llocc. lfuzrrlli rum: jimmy Smith, Jimmy Parker, l.arry llampton, Rohhy liudy, Doyl Donaliuc, l.arrx' l.cu, j. C'. llodgu. Raymond Rroolis, Ru lloclgcns, Gail Ross. Mary llay Long, Phyllis llampton, Gui Richardson, Roscnwrly lioontl, Clrcy llcllingur, illomrnv K is lxins, Philip Lipparrl, ,luhnny Gibson. Iifrli mir: Carl Pinks 'l'L'rl Uvwcasli, Don Ncshilt, l'ranlX Ou-n'asl1, George Nocl, Xl clilllllildll, Richard SL'llt'l5, licrry Malllilcn, .lorry llarncll, F1 Xl'illian1sol1, David Carlos, johnny Ridmllc, Rarry Rostian, llo N ,loc 'l'homa5, XVaync llayvalt, Melvin Rape, luonard Boa Sixili row: Vl'illic Uillon, l-.ugcnc liarly, Ronald Riddlc, XVax Pcnncll, johnny Parlo.-r, liclwarrl lVillcr. Don Cagcl, Alex LX more, Ronald Sloolv, john OL-hlvr, .Xlgiu Smith, Kennvlh Dun can, Kenneth lfdwards, Keith Bald-r, Rodnuy .Xrmslronu, Don 2- alcl Daniels, Larry Shire, Pal Mcl,4-od. :lim-nt: Sandra Log.. Brenda Page. , it 'WWVJJE ,V , fz 5 N f fffwilr f 4 V ?1'37f,7Q M K A ii A , My H512 if, ,Q M X ' ai-ir, 'WW K rg f. , f WW, 1-,wifi if fm R wi are rr rr 4 if is P H izi!HV',2r E M1 f wa, First row: I. C. Blaincr, Direeforg Betty Sarratt. Anna llamhy, Ettie Ruth ll 3 astings, Ashlyn Nlaulden, Phyllis Aim llartsoc, Katherine Rmlgcrs, Marilyn Drake, lhyllis Cuinpton, Grace Gainey, Evelyn Mathis, Jackie yVyk0, Freda Ford. Seenml role: Frances ci-'ll'i'CI'l, Betty Phillips, Phyllis Green, Julia Clarke, Phyllis llall, Carol Drolette, Phyllis Nelms, Tana Argo, Sara Mllrray, llladclinc Bragg, Pat hlullis, Norma Sloop, Linda Io Sloop. Third. row: Donaline Jordon, hlary Emma llrittain, jatanna Lewis, David Settlemyer, Sonny Cheek, Adrian llulbruok, Sonny llisher, Mack Pruette, Larry Brown, Larry Sides. llmlrtli row: Darwin Ilelms, Luckv VVhitman, Joe Lowery, jimmy Miller, David Miller, Charles Lackey, Kenneth Ilinson, 'Larry Fowler, Jolinrlre, Ralph Overeasli. l ORCHESTRA First row: jimmy Dcllinger, Rita Noel, XN'illie Cillon, Lucky VVhitman, Rosemerry Koontz, Nancy lXIyers. Robin Poplin, Agnes Bennett, Nleta Rose Castor, lack llill. Scwnxrl rrnir: Linda Kay 'llhu1'nlulrg, Sandra Logan, Bill Phillips, Delores Miller, jimmy Parker, Ted Overcasli, Mieliael Viola, Margaret Fisher, jc-an Avant, Sara Ovcrcash, Nelda Overcash. 'llzinl row: Barry Bostian, Sandra Drolette, Margie Vvilliams, Mr. Alexander, Director. MIXED ss. ,.,. k 7agg,y,y Nl, " 'A 3 CHORUS llndcr thc direction of Mr. C. Mariner, thc Mixed Chorus has cndcavorcd to uphold the Fine musical qualities that have hccn achieved in thc past ycars. Performances rcndcrcd by thc chorus in- clude the Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christ- mas programs, concerts in cach of thc clc- mcntary schools, the spring conccrt, and oc- casions whcn thcy would cntcrtain local civic cluhs. 'lihcrc is always ll placc opcn for anyonc that is intcrcstcd in music and cnjoys singing. COMMENCEMENT MARSHALS Swltuil: faroljn jamcs, Martha Gril'l'in, Ruhyncl Xuslin Suv. C hrpmrn Llnnc Ninn: Stnmling, Joyce Poole, Shclhy XX'aldcn, Shirlcy Kiscr Mullis, Linda lllfflllk ton Silxli Check Rnscmcrry Koontz C irol Drolcttc Shelby Phillips. ORIENTATION STRICTLY SUPHOMORE is the orientation class. Attempting to say hciio to sophmnores from Brown High, this suhjeet informs them of the ur- ganizutinns, extracurricular activities, :ind suhjeets Found in this seI1uuI. BIBLE THERE'S NO BETTER PLACE to Ieurn eolnpieteiy the meaning UI Tlianksgiving than in Bible Class. These students earn brag uf having the must VVilICIy'l'C2lLi und hest-selling Imuk ever us their textbook. Bihie students tieeiure they have as much homework and ciass work as uther ciussesz the uniy difference is-their rewards are einuhle. First row' Miss Ovedi P0210 Guidfmee Counselor Second row: Suirilla hinvirigi, Sue Aldricge, Suck O'Berry, Sheihy WQILICI1. I QCA :Eiga ,Zi K: V xv 5 ,, in 5 A , , Z 114 A ' ' E 5? 5 if "I wonder VVi12lt,S Cooking in thc cafeteria today?" A'Thcrc's always il vvcll-balanced meal! It sure is ll lot hettcr than u hot dog and soft drink which some of thc students cat at townfi hirs. Hufiman, school dicticizm, and hor staft, always serve five balanced mcals a week to thc students. In addition to thc meals, ice cream may bc bought. During cxumftimc, thc C2li:CICl'i2l serves snacks hctwccn Cach cxaun period. X'X'itl1i11 tlmcsc cluurw, stumlcnts pmlicipzllc IH XIIIUIIN Llulms and HIQIIIIIIIIOIIS IL INK' X, . ' 3 1 ja "1 ' XVitlwut thcm scnlccl, this lmulx wmllcl not bc cmnpIL'Ic1 fm plux' gm II11I7Ol'lLll1l role m thc sluclcnts Iill filfifiezi QUILL AND SCROLL The Quill and Scroll is an in- ternational honor society for high school journalists. The Josephus Daniels chapter exists as an hone orary organization and inclucts mcmhers on the basis of character, scholarship, and outstanding achievement in the field of jour- nalistic encleavor, both editorial and business. Ri-iam ljlNK'llljR ciNVl-iN Sumw Suri Crmvixmw SYLv1A Ciuargx Presitlcut l"icc-Prcsidclzt Secretary Treasurer Page Seventy-two CIIiXRLES PIULMAN IJELORES lX'IILLER Miss PERRYMAN Adviser NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY .UM ' 'X ' i in ,fm U2 Q53 Lill2ll'2lCIL'I', iCilLiCl'5ilil7, scholar'- ship, and scrvicc urc points than arc consicicrcci greatly in choosing mcmbcrs for thc Nuticmul Honor Society. Each spring scniors :incl juniors arc tapped into thc scrvicc club as mcmbcrs and ll fcw sophof X morcs us prolwutinnury mcinbcrs. Firm! row: lfiuinc NRIIICC, l'1'csiz1c11Ig limc'l1in1'v Kcnmntf, i'iL'C"PVL'SiL1L'llfJ iXlilcircci Kctncr. Sccreturyg Carol Urulcttc, ,I1l'Cl1X1H't'l'. Sccmnl mir: Clmrlcs Alcxzlnclcr, llzivlimml Alcxandcr, ,Iucv Curtcr, Suc Ciinpiiialn, Sylvia Cfliculi, Clrcv Ucllingcr. Tfzirmi row: Ylinnnv Dcliingcr, Aricnc Edwards, Hcbn Fincher, Stcvc Fustcr, Miclmcl Crmrclrm, ,lohnnv Gribhlc. Iiourrlz row: Gerald Mccilin, Dclurcm Miller. Kcnncth Plcss, Gwcn Sluzln, Miss Elliuttn C?UfALll'i5UVj Mr. Bnonc, Adviser. First row: Freddy VVhitalcer, Presidentg Charles Alexander, Vice-Presidenfg Iimmy Grifhn, Secrcmryg Don Nesbitt, Treasurerg David Alzibran. Second row: lluymontl Alexander, Joey Carter, Jimmy Dellinger, Steve Foster, Don Goodnight. Third row: Nlichzlel Gordon, lohnny Grihble, Charles Holman, Kenneth lXlz1rlcrwe. 'lled Uvercash. Fofurllz row: jimmy Parker, Kenneth Pless, Melvin Rape, Harold Seagravcs, Lucky YVhitmz1n. KEY CLUB The Key Club is il junior Service Club for the key boys in the high school from the sophomore, junior und senior classes who unite together, under the sponsorship and assistance of the Ki- wanis Cluh. -I f"3f?.'T'x link-Q 00 X J Q Q 1 X X 1- J RNA Sf r 6' N O Nl xifwgxtlf ' MR. VAN Pooug Adviser Iiirst row: Kenneth Plcss, Prcsialenfg Ioey Carter, Vice-Prcsizleififg fharles Alexander. Scci'eiar1'g Kenneth VVa0nner, Trcaszircrg Reha f C7 Fincher. Sccmicl row: limmv Dellmvcr, Nancv Mvers Glenn - 1 5 f J , Waller. lane Vllilsun, Dun lloncycutt. STUDENT GOVERNMENT First row: Larry Stack, Gilbert Brinmic, Aliniiny Parkcr, lerry Darnell, Charles Alexander, Kenny Plcss, joey Carter. Secoml row: Donald Daniel, Harold Vaughn, Tommy VVilliams Kerry hlaulticn, Richard Sellers, Melvin Rape, Teddy Canupp. Tliirvl row: Faye King, Sue Chapman, Delores Millcr. Smmling: Miss Bounds, fldifiserg Carolyn Carey, Sylvia Nhgg BOUNDS Check, Joyce lorclan, Phyllia Xclms, Dnnaline jordan, Shelhy Phillips, Shelby Martin, Allviggy- lean Smith, Patsy Smith, Sue U'Bcrry, Barhara Bnliclc, Nancyc Chandler. NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY First row: Mr. Spence, Adviser, Wayne Sikes, President, Norris Terry, Vice-President, Jean Efird, Secretary, Grey Dellinger, Treasurer, David Alabran. Second row: Larry Blackvvelder, Laverne Christie, Becky jo Deaver, jimmy Dellinger, Grady Howard, Nancy Myers, George Wisernali. GREEN MASQUERS First 1-ow: Michael Gordon, Larry Hearne, Grady Howard. Jimmy Dellinger, Bill Poole, Bobby Shelf, Dave Alabran, Grady Armstrong, Ted Overcash, Keith Baker. Kenneth Edwards, Ronald Riddle, Ken Wagrwner, Buddy Bost, Larry Blaekwcldcr. Second row: Phyllis Blanton, Brenda Kerley, Janice Grossman, Ray Harkey, Gray Dellinger, Treasurer, Wayne Sikes, President, George Spence, Adviser, Norris Terry, Vice-President, jean Efird, Secretary, Laverne Christie, Stephen Foster, Donald Nesbitt, Delores Nliller, Joy Murphy.Tl1ird row: Kay Simmons, Freda Ford, Patsy Rodden, Nancy Denny, Phyllis Starnes, Mitzi Safrit, Pat Harrison, Beclcie Jo Deaver, Dixie Craver, Elaine Nance, Beekie Hinson, Elaine Helms, Nancy llyers, Patty Kluttz, Mildred Ketner, Carol Foster, Margaret Christy, Beelcie Foil, Sue Chapman, Bobbie jo Ferguson, Ruth Austin. GXKVEN SLOAN, C0-Eclitor Rum Ftxvinan, Cfoflftiitor AIlLENli llnxvmtins Feature Editor SYLVIA Cuiariic News lfclitor DIANICH Gntmsstxmw fllimtiii lfziitor PA'rsx' Ronmgw Fxt-lztutge Fclitor BROWN HIGHLIGHTS zrxt row: Carol luster, Nl1l!'gjill'CI Chrislv, Brentltl lhomp- son nclsie llinsun. Secuntl rrnr: Xlnrthn Deal, l'l'AlHL'4.'s 114. rlgill. Xlilelrenl Ketner. Yltirl r 'z C1 l' V' llohhll c l dn 1- str 'Wq'h3d4 t nu uro xn mson, Ferguson, Don Nesbitt, Clarrenee Horton, Kenneth s. Stumling: Xliss Pt-rrxtntm, ,hl1'isvr: Leliu Beaver, une, Judv Lhawforcl. Kin fesperxntin, Linda Ilollnr. Lt., BARBARA IIANI-IY Home Room lfzlitm' Bunm' Bowl' Club Iftlitor PIIYLLIS BLANTUN tllusie livlitor CTHARLES IIULMAN Boys' Sports Ijtlitoi PATSY CiAHTEl'r Girls' Sports Ftlitor NANCY lJENNY Advertising tllttnuger Suri clllAPlVlAN Business tllumtger liirst row: Lincltl llugler, Cllmrles llolnurn, jimmy' Parker, Gerald Metl lin. Suumul row: Stephen Foster. R. VV. VVil1iums, Delores Miller. 'l'liinl row: Becky' Vaughn, Nzrtlrv Mvers, Arlene Edwards. Standing: Bohhie jo Ferguson, Dun Nesbitt, Ruth Austin. Margaret Shelton, Lindt: King, Lurrv Shepherd, Fluim- Helms. REBA FINCIIEP. ClWEN SLOAN Mlss NIAURINE PERBYMAN Co-Editor CoAEolito1' Adviser lfirsl row: Sylvia Check, News Eoliforg Arlene Edwards, lfeulure Editor, Clmarlcs llollnan, Boys' Sports Editor, Patsy Carter, Girls' Sports Ediiorg Barbara Haney, Home Room Evlitorg Buddy Bust, Club lfnlitor. Second row: Patsy Rociden, Exclumge ELlil0fI'j Phyllis Blanton, ,llusic Editorg Janice Grossman, Alumni Ediior. Re- porters: Carol Fostor, Nlargaret Christy, Brenda Tlminp- son, Beckie llinson. Secoml row: Martha Deal, Frances Tlmreaclgill, Mildred Ketner, Kenneth Edwards. Third row: Carolyn Vinson, Bobbie -lo Ferguson, Don Nesbitt, Clarence Horton. Fourth row: Miss Perrylnan, Lelia Beaver, Elsie Payne, Judy Crawford, Kay Fesperman, laincla Hollar. ALBR KAN SUE CHAPMAN NANCY DENNY CHARLES HOLMAN Business Aflanuger Advertising Mcmager Circulation Alanaget First row: Raymond Alexander, Ruth Austin, jean Avant, Barry Bostian. Second row: Arlene Edwards, Bobbie jo Ferguson, Stephen Foster, Linda Hagler, Elaine Helms. Third row: Linda King, Gerald Medlin, Delores Miller, Nancy Myers, Don Nesbitt. Fcmrtlz row: Jimmy Parker, Margaret Shelton, Larry Shepliertl, Becky Vuuglm, R. W. Willianms. 'SQ'- BIBLE CLUB The Bible Club is open to any high school student who is interested in high Christian ideals. The club strives to aid the spiritual lile of the school in every possible way. It is through worship, fellowship, service, and study that each student is encouraged to grow I Hin wisdom and statue and in favor with God and hlanf' l'irst VUIVZ Raymond Alexander, Doris Alexander, Voncille Allen, Dave Alahran, jerry Austin, Tana Argo, Ruth Austin, llubynell Austin, jean Avant, Keith Baker. Second row: ,lanvce Beek, ,ludv Blaekwelder, Peggy Blevins, Kaye Boyd, Bladeline Bragg, Irene Brown, Barry Bostian, Kenneth Blackwelder, june Carter, Arlene lidxvards. 'llliird row: Sylvia Jarrett, Naneve Chandler, Shirley Chandler, Sue Chapman, Sonny Cheek, Laverne Christie, julia Clarke, Fave Clampet, Martha Comhs, Linda Deese, Bonnie Diggs, Nancy Lomax. Flmrtli row: Mildred Ketner, llerbert liisher, Margaret liisher, Glenna Coodson, ,lane Craven, Gary Compton, Larry Compton, Bobbie Jo Ferguson, jean lifird, Kenneth Edwards, jovee Gregory, Nancy Koontz. Fifth mtv: Kerry Maulden, Ashlyn Maulden, Linda King, Barbara llanev, Patsv lfreeve, Reba Fin- cher, Grey Dellinger, Phyllis llartsoe, Pat llarrison, Charles Ilolman, Larry llamilton, Kathleen Mason. Sixth Ytlllfl Mildred Litaker, Frances Griffin, Carole llarrington, Ettie Ruth llast- ings, Eddie Curley, Earl Gray, Elaine llclms, Beekie llinson, linda llollar, Billie llmvard, Io Ann Mabrev, Lelia Beaver, Grady Howard, Marilyn lluffstetler, Dixie Erwin, Saundra Ivey, Peggy Helms, Shorty Parks, Jayne Benton, Bill Kale, Jim johnson, ,Xnn jarrett, Phil Lippard. lfirsl row: llilda Montgomery, Nancy Myers, Patty Kluttz, lilaine Nanee, Larry Neal, Frances MeCommons, Sue O'Berry, Peggy Oliver, l'at Overcash, Ronald Riddle. Secoml row: Ceorge Noel, Donald Nesbitt, jimmy Parker, Jimmy Price, Tommy Hoffman, ,lane itlelnnis, Rosemerry Koontz, hlitzi Pogue, Barbara Porterfield, Katherine Rogers. Tliird row: Bob- by Shelf, Gwen Sloan, Richard Sellers, Phyllis Starnes, "Tout- sie" Riddle, Glenda Io Prevette, Sandra Sharpe, Bettie Del- linger, Vera Parks, Laurna Mitchell, Phyllis Compton, Margie VVilliams. Fourth row: Grace Huffman, Larry Sloan, Clara Smith, Kay Smith, ,lean Smith, Evelyn Rowland, Nedra Reynolds, Kenneth Pless, Kenneth Marlow, Margaret Shelton, Elsie Payne, Steven Reese. Fifth row: Shirley Russell, Becky jo Deaver, Carol Foster, Glenda Ilaney, Linda Cooke, Iuclv Brown, Kay lfesperman, Billie Ann Starnes, Gaye Price, Marilyn Drake, Linda Hagler, Becky Vaughn. Sixth row: Jean Taylor, Sue Aldridge, Joy lklurphy, Brenda Kerley, hlary Alex- ander, Kenneth Duncan, Margaret Compton, Hilda Bost, Jean Rumple, Barbara VVatson, Della Donaldson, Peggy Carlton. Seventh row: Leonard Barlow, Larry Shepherd, Aubrey Brakef field, Bobby Duncan, Bobby Tucker, Stephen Foster, 'Ted Oyercash, Sue Taylor, Sylvia Cheek, Judy Faust, Agnes Bennett, Vera Thompson. Eighth row: Io Ann Hinson, Linda Price, Patty Howell, Ailene Wingler, Ella Jean Wingler, Roy Mason, R. VV. Vlilliams, Don Iloneyeutt, Tommy XVilliams, Brenda 'l'hompson,, Letha hlelton. LIBRARY CLUB liirst row: Vera rliliuiiipsori, Linda Huffman, Glenda Prevette, Shirley Russell, hlartha NICClain, Hilda llust. Frances Kearns, Frances Baxter, Irene Brown, Barlwara Helms, lcla Cleary. Second row: Joyce Sweatt, Laurna Mitchell, Clara Faggart, Rex Tucker, Miss VVilhurn, Adviser. The llmwn lligh Lihrary Club strives to help the students use the lihrary more sily, niore conveniently, and more accurately: and to keep the library attractive all tin ICS ,"n, 'fi FRENCH CLUB Le Cercle Francais, the French Club of Brown High, has suught this year to better acquaint the students with the French lan- gLlZlgC, CLISUDIHS. illlll IllLll1llCl'lS1l1S tlirnugh skits, stings, talks, discus- sions. and inrwies. DEBATE CLUB The Debate Club aims to de! velop ability in public speaking and to train students to think quickly, deeply, and accurately. liirst row: Rubynel Austin, Beekv Foil, Sveretaryg Patsv Rodden, Prvsideill: Beckin- llinsun, Vice-Presideutg Barbara Buliek, 'l'reoLf11rUr: Phvllis Starnes, S6'L'fllIAl mir: llillx Phillips. Buddy Bust, Nancy Slunp, Carol Stvers, Nanev Alxers, Ynneille Allen, 'lereszi Munn, Meta Hose Castor, Margie Johnsen, Peggv Deal, juice XVhite, judy Clnudiiiaii. Sandra Marlow. 'Hiinl row: Ken VVagnner, Linda Kav Thornburg, Kan' Bowl, Sue lavlor. Linda llagler. Delores Miller, Kas' Shinn, julia Clarke, Zona Creswell, Phil Cobb. I-'mirth row: Paul Owens, Margaret Christv. Nanure Chandler, jmce Garrett, Carnl Smith, .Xlieiu Sorrow, Linda Harrington, Alex Viola. Fifth mir: Ferrx' bleklanus. james Mefknnbs, Eugene Absher, Rndnev Arinstrnng, Gail Ross, Barbara Sherrill, Tuinnix Slnup, Jinnnv Beck, Miss Melnnis, Adviser. Sixth row: Larrv Piekrel, XYax'iiL' Pennell, Shelbv Martin, Kenneth Burke, Ravmcind Millsaps. if himitf fs ' 59 Center: Charles llulman, President. lfirxl row: Larry Sloan, Luckv XVhitina'n, 'leresa Moon, lleekv Foil, Shelbv Plvler, Gave Price, Mitzi Pngue, Barbara Pnrterlie-ld, Sue U'l3errV, Arlene Edwards, Barbara llanev, Barbara Helms. Sucoml rmii: Mrs. Spenee. Adviser: Mr. Van Puzzle, Ailviserg Laverne Christie, Ronald Riddle, Steve Poster, Earl Grav, Sonnv Cheek, Adrian Ilulbrnuk, Rav Iiddleman, jimmi' Iulmstun, Jerri' Austin. Dave Alabran, Iuev Carter. First row: Yxonne l.eonartl, Charles llolman, l'rusitlt'11tg june Carter, SL'L'l't'ltl7'Yj Shelbv Plvler, Treusurerg Sue .Xlrlritlggm l'at llarrison. jean Smith, llrentla Kerlev, Margaret Comp- ton, jimmv Parker. Seeuml row: llettx jean Moon, llarbara llanev, lluth Austin, Mar- garet Shelton, .Xshlvnn Maultlen, Patsv lrueze, Sybil Griffitlt, Mitzi Pogue, Ann McLean, Larry Blaekweltlcr, llarolrl Seagraves. Tliirtl row: Sue O'llert't', Xlitvi Safrit, jane llonev- Y eutt, Pauline Griffin, Carolvn Iamrs, liarhara lortctlielrl, Steten Riser. I.UllP'flL rotr: Phvllis Kiser, Clara Smith, Kat' Smith. Str-vc Foster, Kcnnetlt lllaekweltler, Iiarl Grax. Fifth row: John Lamb, john Nash, llill lltoinpson, Clinton Morrow, jimmv Dellinger, Tommv Sloop, Nlr, llritt, ,lzlt'iwr. First mn' Ckrieelitigjs Xlxra King. ltr-trsitrurg Iliehartl Sellers, l'i'r-sitlentg Kenneth Eil- wards, Secretary, Kenneth Duncan, liiL't"PV'L'SillL'lIf. l'irst row: Cstumlimgj: Rave Beaver, Phvllis Compton, Linda Cooke, Glenda llanet, Miss Kellv, Adviser, l'eggy Oliver, Cltippt' Logan, Sue Milburn, Virginia Sinclair. Margie XVilliams, R. VV. YVillia1ns. Sucoml ron: Martha Deal, Sandra Drolcttc. Glenna Gootlson, Nancy Koontv, Judy Little, lTl'L1I1L'l'S Xleifomlnons, Neltlia Ou-ieaslt. Xlillieent Slit-plit-nl, Larrv Sloan, .Xlary Jo Story, Carol Tavlor, Doris XYaller, Iavm: Beck, ,lutlt Blaekweltler, Lvnn Bonds, Carol Drolcttv, Mar- garet Fisher, Phvllis Jenkins, Beclw Meacham, lircntla Paige, Barbara VVright. Yliirtl row: Jerrv Austin, Johnny' Barlow, Martha Combs. Ronnv Closson, Iovce Gregory, Carole Harrington, Linda Ilollar, Stew: llubhartl, George king, Phil Lippartl, Elsie Pavne, Michael Richardson, Larrv Slu-phcrtl, jovee Sweatt. lfunrtli row: Keith Baltcr, Vernon Clearv, Ierrv Darnell, Tomntv Haskins, 'lionnnv llolltnan, Clarence Ilorton, Michael Lowdcr, Kern' Nlaulden, Claxton Middleton, Kenneth Montgolnerx, lirank Overcash, David Stephenson, Charles 'l'hrasher. lfiftlt TIIIVI Charles Brown, Cart' Carlton, Etlclie Foil, Iohn Graham, llill Grossman, lliehartl llerrin, Iaeli llill, Gene lloclge, VS'avne Love, Zaekie Moore. Sixth mtv: Paul .-Xtlianavlos, Jean Avant, Tonnnv Barringer, Bill Can' non, Suzanne Deal, Sarannet llollantl, Louise lluntvr, llarbara Johnson, Pattv Kluttz, Nancv Lomax, Linda ,xlL'Kl1lQl1l, l,lIl'IY Neal, Xnita Petrea, Carol Searboro, Santlra Sharpe, jane VVilson. SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club aims to stimulate the Practice of Spanish and the farniliarization of the members with the customs, the literature, anal the Spanish arts, anal, thus, increase the friend- ships between those countries antl ours. LATIN CLUB The Purpose of the Latin Club is to ereate an understanding of and an interest in the Roman Era and its contributions. J MONITORS First row: Arnold Sliinn, Naneye Chandler, Seeremrnyg Shirley Clianrller, Co-elziefg Gwen Sloan. Cn-elziefg Bill Vllilson, Second row: 'loyee Rogers, Elaine Atkinson, Lincla Harrington, Rulbynel Austin, Barbara Bolieli. Meta Rose Carter, llilLla Montgomery, Nancy Denny, Pat Blullis. Tlzirci rmv: Helen llamilton, Yvonne Cleary, Ann MeLean,, Carolyn James, ,lean Rurnple, Daphne Freeze, Letlia Melton, Barbara Deal, Patsy Smith, Agnes Bennett. Frmrilz row: Nlartlia Deal, Alicia Sorrow, Iurly Crawford, Phil Cobb, Milclrecl Ketner, Carol Foster, Don lloneyeutt, Glenna Vllalker, Coleen Moore, lucly Faust, Klerle Etta Lancaster, Adviser. Fifflz row: Hill Perry, llanrlall Benton, Bill Poole, Eugene Harley, Earl Gray, VVilson Benton, Rex Baueom, Davicl Alalmran, Stephen Foster, john Larnlm, Clara Sinitli. F.li A TRLSCI CLUB First row: Clara Smith, Frances lVleC,u1n1nrms, Sliirley Cliancller, llelxa lfinclier, Arlene Edwards, Sue O'Berry, Barlnara llaney, Ettie Ruth Hastings, Betty Ann Laws, Betty Ucal, 'Indy llall, Nancy Denny, Agnes Bennett. Madeline Bragg, ,lanvee Br-ek. Betty Dudley. Second row: Sue .'Xlclriclge. Patty Klutty, Patsy Smitli, Pliyllisi Clmiiiplmi, Bulmynel ixL15IlIl, llilcla NlllllIgIJIllL'I'y, .lu Ann nlalxrey, Patsy lireeze, l.incla Price, Sliellmy Plyler, Julia Clarke. 'lnllfirril row: l5recla liurcl, Carul Stycrs, Lincla lWcKnigl1l, Glenda Prevette, Vlcamelle Uavis, Della Dnnaldsun, Jean Bnlnple, Katlileen Masnii. I70urll1 row: Bliss Oliver, Arlvixcrg Pat Overcasli, Frances Tlireamlgill, Nrmvis Scarlmnrntigli. Linmla Harrington, Barluara Atliey. llarlmara Xllitsnn, Miss Beaulkmrrl, xlrlriscr. Firsi row: liarl Gray, Teresa Moon, Sccreluryg Becky Iinil, Prexitlenr. Secovlrl row: Blartlm Grii'Fm, Sara Xlurray. Bettie Dellinger, Patty Kluttf. -lucly Little, Vera Parks. Third rmr: Frank Catlin. George King. Dennis laccy, Barbara Purterficlcl. Mitzi Pugne, Margie Uillianis. Barbara Atliey, Mrs. Gallilicr, Adviser. l9'0u1'i,l1 row: Cliarles llnlman, Bill Perry, Frances rlllireaclgill, Frank VVilliainscm, Bonalcl Biclcllc, Steven Beese, Larry Shepliercl, Edward Childers, Bobby Vllriglit. LAB ASSISTANTS Sealed: Billie llowartl, Shelby Phillips, Nancy Sloop. S1'a11ding: joey Carter, Frances Thrcadgill. Ronald Riddle, Kay Smith, Harold Scagravcs, Bill Tliunipson, Bill Will son, Steplmtwn Foster. OFFICE PAGES First row: Nancy Donny, 'lean Efircl, Suc Clizxplnan, Barbara Helms, jo Ann Linker, Grcy Dol- Iingcr, Rust-nierry Knnntz. Carol Drulctte. Second rmv: Elaine Atkin- son, lean Smith, hlrs. Bostian, Michael Gurdon, Clara Smith. FIRST AID ASSISTANTS First row: Linda King, Ptuhynel Austin, Linda Harrington, Barbara Helms. Janice Grossman. Standing: hlrs. Gilmore, Adviser, Virginia Sin- clair, Glenda Prevette. Y 'KY First mu': Nancv Sluop, Doris Gurlvv, l3ai'l1arn fohlx, llcllx Craxcn, Dali: Drx, Bill Kale, jolinnv Grilmlnlc, Xlrs. liusmi. 1hll'isz'i'. Svcnml row: Ncclra Rcvimllls, Klilclrccl l.ilalu.'r, Gail Bal larcl. Patricia Alclriclgv, Plwllis Clampct, Shclhv Dual, GL-orgia llmlsc, Lillie Dean Llmpcr, Marv Xlarlin, Lrwcnc Ball, Nanci Glover, Carrnclita llrrwzirml, farrnl XValls, Uurix Xvunlcliligiun, 'Hiirll rmv: Carolvn Carcv, Ilan-I Tlicrrill, Carulvn Slugall, lllarllxa Griffin, Jovcu Pfmlu. liarlwara lfranklin. Ifmirtli rum: Carl Pinllsmn. linimv Griffin, Clarcncc Cook, ,Xmlruw Ball, Gradx' llornv, 'llwnx Barnhanlt, Rav Pctrva, Thomas Lvntv. Shlmlillgz VFOIIIIHV Yvillianxs, Pt'cSi1lUl1t: V'aV11c' 4xl'IClCl'SUD, 'liruux nrer. First rmr: Larrv VVaQncr, Svcl'cluV1': llulmlw Yinson. Suumnl row: james lloutlx, Vice-Prvsillvrifg Rav Sprv, Curtis lirmvning. Tlziml ww: John Johnson, joe llraswull, Dcucv Griffin, Nicliacl Viola, Larry Howard. Fourth row: All-rlc Bonds, Clay ton Miclcllcf ton, jimmv McKnight. :P i Q 5? SQ .XA in ZETA TRI-HI-Y Sewell: lfrecla liord, lllaine llelnis, Peggy Blevins. Stzrmlingz Nancy Lomax, Beckie llinson. Phyllis Blan- ton, Kathleen hlason, Beelxie Jo Deaver, Jutly Cameron, Patty Kluttz, hlarion Moon, Shirley llussell, Shirley Kelly, Linrla King. BETA TRI-HI-Y liirxl row: Sue Chapman, ,Xutlre Vllall, Judy Ilall, Linrla llagler, Becky Vaughn, Janiee Grossman, Grey Dellinger. Seuuml fUll'Z Delores Miller, Mitzi Safrit, Sylvia Riddle, Naney Denny, Patsy Bodtlen, Peggy llelms, Phyllis Starnes. Tliiril mir: Della Mae Donalrl- son, Jean Rumple, Letha Melton, Jeanette Davis, Mar- garet iNleManus, Clara Smith, Sue Taylor. lfrmrth rmr: Boseinerry Koontz, Gay Priee, Jane Melnnis, Delores Phillips, Sybil Griffith, Linda Priee. Billie Ann Starnes. Ififtli row: Margaret Compton, Elaine Nance, llilcla Montgomery, Sue U'Berry. Barbara llaney, Jo Ann Mahrey, Phyllis Kiser. ' ',1ew KAPPA TRI-HI-Y First row: Linda Cook, Svervfary: Glenda llaney, Zona Creswell, Chaplain, Julia Clarke, Prcsizlentg Kay Shinn, Phyllis llall, Margaret Fisher. Seermrl row: Kay Fesperman, Ettie Ruth Hastings, Betty Ann Laws, Peggy Oliver, Jane XN'ilson. Judy Barnes, 'lireusurerg Linda McKnight, Margie Vvilllllllli iiillifll row: Frances hlCciOl1ll'l1UDS, Linda llill. Ann Jarrett, Frances Griffin. Sandra Sharpe, Laurna Mitchell, Fourth row: Glenna Goonlson, Jean Avant, Louise Cashion, Bonni Diggs, Gail Boss, Kay Boyml, Brenda Tlioinpson, Carole Ilar llngton. SENIOR HI-Y lim! Vrnr: Huflmu Slkcs, IL'l'l'Its Izllur, Puul Own-ns, Ray Ilurlwy, Norris 'ly-rry. Sucuml ww: Dun Nuslmilt, he I url C.rzn'. SOPHOMORE HI -Y Iirit l'uu': C'I.I1'cncu Ilurlrln, Iiurry Ifustiun, Dun Ccmnlnigln. R, XY. XYiIIinn1s, Larry Neal, Ifmnk Clutmm. cnml mug: Hiulmrd ScIIo.-rs, jinnnj' Slmn, Ilohln llwlnaxs. .Xliclmcl l.4m'cIcr, Rcmzukl Iluskins, CIz1ry Curl lun. Kerry NI41uIcIun. Tlzird raw: lfrzmk 0vc1'cusI1, .Xlvx Xmlu, 1. KY. K'zumpIx-II, Cuurgc Nucl. 'Ilnmny IIuI'I'mnn. cnrgc King. Roy Ilchllcmzm. on Miller, Bill Perry, Ilonnlcl Rirlcllc. 'llzirnl rmv: 'nncth :xIlll'IOXI', Vlcclcliu xYIlIIilIxL'I', Ilynum Phillips, J U NIO R HI - Y lfirxi Vmr: 'I'un1my .XIum'u, hurry Slwplxuul, Iklclin Curley, II41IwI:y Iuclxur, K1-mwth XVagu11xu'r, ,XLIIH1-5 I3mIIcIIicIcI. Sz'L'umI row: jimmx' Jullnson, KL'I1l1L'lIl Dun cam. Iicnnctlm lfzluzmls, Keith Hulxcr. 'ldlzirml rrnv: Slvw Rccsc, Gcurgc XVisc1nun. Grady .'Xrmstrm1g, Im' I,UXVL'l'y. MONOGRAM CLUB Iii:-sl wiv: .lcrry Potuat, Keith lialicr, Don Goodnight, Ilnhhv Iluggins, Ilav Yates, Flavcl Smith, Elnlun Pctrca, Clranlv Arnistrnng. Svc-will row: Iinlwhy 'I'uckcr, Kcnncth Iialwarcls, Kenneth Duncan, Kenneth Blaclcwclclcr, XfVavnc Iluhharnl, .Icrrv Mnss, Dun Iloncycutt, Larry 1 4 -- f"'A Ncal, Cuiiracl Slnnp, Eugene hlasscy, hlclvin llapc. 'l'I1inI row: Charlcs Iflnlman, Coach Ed Eclmiston, I.t-mv Sccrcv, -Inhn Lamh. jerry Moss, Vllavne Antler- sun, Bill Thoinpsnn, Larrv Cninptnn, Frcclclic Vllliitalicr, Ilavinoncl Alexander, -Iuhnny Nash, anal Larrv llamhv. Q 1 ' JA fa. .A Y... J . ..,. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION I-'irsi row: jackie XVVIQL-, Sarah Kc-rlcv, Iris Staton, Carol Stycrs, "Moc" King. ,Io Ann Klahrcv, Presidcxzfg Kay Smith, lIICC'I,I'CSIlIl'llIQ Ioan Smith, 'lreciszirera Martha Griflin, Sc'ureIur1'g Mildictl Kctncr, Brenda Tlmiirpsnn, Tana Argo. Sammi, row: Carole Harring- ton, liirhara Foster, llrcncla Kcrlcy, Bcckic Hinson, Marion Blown, Pat Alclriclgc, Frances Thrcadgill, Iuclv Iiarncs, jane VViIsnn, Virginia Sinclair, Betty Deal, Phvllis Ilamptun, Gail Ross, Zona Crcswcll, Nanci' Iiuuritx, Phvllis Nelms. Third row: Faye Clampct, .Invcu Ilogcrs, Mitzi Safrit, Elaine Atkinson, Nuvis Scarhur- uugh, Frances lXIcConnnons, Patsv Frcczc, Phyllis Kiscr, hliss Turner, Adviserg Patsy Carter, Pcgqv Ulivcr, Sandra Drolcttc, Linda Vllilliams, Iuclv Gfmclinan, Iatanna Lewis, Ann Iarrctt. af' W ' TXII work amd no play . . .H WM arc proud of Brown I Iiglfs athletic record. tlillflillgll sports cmncs Ll sense ol' IC1llTlXK'Ol'k und fair play that, lJfllCUViSL', remains clormamt. .fdfkfeficzi nm. 6, rpywm . n. Ccmctll En EDYXIISTUN Cmmczr DAN IIAIXIHICK Umczxl AIOHN llomlow llcrc' llI'L' mln- umclwx ul A. l llruwn lliglm Sclmul's Xl2lI'SllV tczllns. llc lilics to crmclm lwrc amml lwpcs tu Im .ltlmlvtic tczuns lor tlu- past vczlr, N55-56. m-lcmm-cl lwzlck next YCZIT. 'llllL'X' lll'C UILICIICS lil Enl1nisr4m, Dam llaamrick, mul cll72lCll Ecllnistnn tczlclws ulwsicul L'clL1cutinn ut uninr l . lulm llurtam. llClllllSIUI1 is lmcml luutlnalll. In-ml girls' llig1l1. Cuuclm ll2llI1l'lCli tcaclws QfC11L'l'2ll sricncc amcl lauslactlmll klllil Assistant l72l5L'l5ZIll uuzlclm. Dun ll2lll1l'lCli llrivcrs' l1clLlcz1ti4m at Brown lliglx. ln zlclclitirm to is assistant lzmtlnull, In-ml lmvs' lmuslictluall, zmcl lwncl tcuclxing illlll L'UllClllllg, Cuuclm Il2lI1llAlCli is alsu Dunn lmzlsclxlll cualclm. frmclm 'Iolm llurtun is new on ilu' ul Buvs alt l3mwn lliQl1.Ccmcl1 llortrrn tcuclws zllgclmm KllI1l1Rll7UllN sports scunc :mil Im Quimlccl ilu' lunirmr l zmll plwsiunl vclllcaltimm an cl2ll1I'lOI1 ,Iuniun lliglm. lmmclmcs mul ICZIIH-Nfl'll'1'l4Ql!l, sn 'wc lzavcnft :lone foo mclm Ellll'llSUll14Hl'l7U rv go! 111 will llzv gauze llllllgllllu welll" Ccmclm ll411111'ick-Tqvv, I mlll vnu wall win ilzu grrrnzvf' Ccmcllcs un victurv lJcll!'lf fakes L1 good ride!" Wasil 2 3 ,gk 41' bl l v- vs N -.J 'J "4 , , X 4...,w.1..g,M . ,, , IlIl,DA lluwl' l'.x'l'sx' RODIJHN, Clzicf STIQPIIICN l7OS'I'1iR Ilumn' Bus lllrm' XAXLILLIIN Ilmmm' SIIIILI' l2llYl.I.lS S'1'.'xnNlfs Tllc cllccrlczlclcrs ul' lS1'uwn lliglm Sclmul were lccl 'lvu lvc Q-lem-Ll cllcurlczlclw, tlmc cumliclutc must praluticc by PANB' llmlnlcn this yn-ur. Otlmurs rm rlu- squual arc: Ihr ulmuut hw wccles. llc is taught scvcml yells. lgltcr Stclvlwu Fustcr, llilclu Bust. lgnlulny Slu-ll, Becky ilu' stuclcnts vutu 1ll'Ill tlw ULIISf2ll1Llll1g uncs win. Vuuglmn, Plwllis Sturncs, uncl llmlnlv llust. "ls lu' goivzg to luke nm' lll4'flU'U? How ulmut ilmtfl' luxt You COl11lLl S oop I nrx llimln kenneth Duncan strong, Larry Neal, Donald llonevcutt, Rodney Armstrong, :eddie VVhitiLcr WIVIIL Anderson llaul Smith Keith Clayton Haskins, Ierrv llobbs, Kenneth Edwards, Bill Thomp- hkpr l-uutne Mxssex Rnmond Xlevmder jury Moss Icroy son. Third row: jerrv Moss, Ray Yates, Johnny Nash, lhlddv Liu from mu Mt un Rim XIITXIII Que rt ffllly Arm Huggins, Donald Goodnight, Ronald Haskins, John Lamb. SEASON HIGHLIGHTS The old Albemarle jinx once again proved to be fatal to the gridiron huslcies of Brown High. The Little Vvon- ders finished the season in second place in the southern division S. P. C., losing only to the powerful Bulldogs bv the narrow margin of 25-24. The spine-tingling contest was a thriller from start to finish but the locals found themselves on the short end of the tally when the gun sounded. Leading the near-championship squad to its admirable record was all-starer Leroy Sccrcv. Others called on to carry the brunt of the Wonder attack were Larry Hamby, Wayrie Anderson, Raymond Alexander, Conrad Sloop, Freddie Whitaker, Eugene Massey, and jerry Moss. Although a number of Wonders placed on all-conference and all-county teams Leroy Scercy out-did his teammates to the extent that an outsider would have thought that he was the only player Kannapolis had. This was certainly far from being true but Leroy did play in the Shrine Bowl and was chosen by several newspapers as all-state material. Nine lettermen will be lost by graduation but the re- maining reserves are confident that they will make up the deficit and next year conquer the "jinx." FOOTBALL Y 1, sf "" K 1 fi. F1 Ei-f 2. if 3 LARRY HAMBY QUARTERBAC K. RAYMOND ALEXANDER LEROY SCESZCV HALFBACK. FREDOSE WHKTAKER END YEL. SNNTH CENTER JERRY M055 'TACK L E' UGKNE MASSEY TAD if LE F WAYNE ANDERSON G UA? D V . ,.,. i "2 SCOREBOARD H in 1 Kannupolis 24 A11Jemar1e , . . . . . ,25 It ,'A 'Eff Q L31 K2llll'lLll7011S 13 Smtesville ......, 12 c f .f,. 1 Kzmnnpolis 25 N. 1V1eek1cnburg . . 6 ..,: Kamnupolis 14 China Grove A . . . .12 'V'. 'Q Kznmzxpolis 34 Mooresville . . , , . . 0 ".V DON Gvogggcwf Kzmnupolis 34 Landis . . . . . . . 14 K1lI1l'l2lPU11S 34 Monroe . . . . A . . 7 M ,P KilI1l12lP011S 55 Wi11ecof1: , . . . . . 6 E 151343 Knnnupolis 41 Concord , . . , , . , 0 CON RAB 51.0042 HALFBACIG. KENNETH DUN RAY YATE5 EMI? YAGKLE A CAN KTUTH BAKER. 'W' 2 GUARD G RADV ARMSTRONG GUAR D ,-..- 'W I-LK 1 , ug is , 1 5 K' Hr ,o,,1- 1,,2 I Elf PULLBACK ow' GF own WAY WE'RE Ccmmc Tmkcfwau. YHEHOIX -' EJACK ,' OPPC7fpiTiON'5 Ufsufxi., 'NEW OF SCERCY.. .SGGC suis. . 195 45 an wmv x HAVE. 'Hua mxwwel? 'fm' 1 WHEREJS THE 23735571 sg! sl '7 q 71:,i..? ,H "'SfRFvE ' - V THE EZOSDYZ EWLLZQW fIr?NQ EQTTDM, SEASCDN'S HIGHLIGHTS Basketball-another sport and another champion- ship club at Brown. The Little Wcmnclers have made shambles of nearly all foes in the southern division South Piedmont Conference, losing only to an upset-minded Monroe five at this writing. The VVonders have a Combination of set shooters and jump-shot artists and all are capable of hitting double figures. Leading the eagers in nearly all de- partments are center Leroy Scerey and forward Bill Hubbard. The VVonders lacked height but made up their disadvantage with hte, spirit and hustle-all com- bining to win the respect of opponents and fans alike. Co-captains Charles Holman and Larry Hamby. First row: Charles Holman, Bill Hubbard, Leroy Scerey, Bill Thompson, Larry Hamby. Second raw: Eldon Petrea, Buddy Huggins, jerry Moss, jerry Poteat, Kenneth Duncan. Third row: Kenneth Blackwelder, jimmy Parker, Larry Howard, Ted Overeash, and Wayne Hubbard. Page Ninety-seven ,wh .mx 45 ASA Sai K NS Hi 'XS an Sgifzgl gt Q. X I 5 V + pwwfwusiw, W. .,,, XW.w,., 'aww' Aiklg. M :mm sw K W O xv W W 15 if - T my f my " sypsf uv.. ,L ' 63 ,. fgw WWE f Em ,new GIRLS' BASKETBALL limjwlm Tuomvsux lhicrxu' ISENIIOLIR SUE LLIYAPMAN Frn'u'm'zl 170114 'ard F0l"Wtl1'L1 SIll1l,I!Y Ross I7lmNc'1is 'l'Illunx1x:1l.1. Mmmuin KliTNI2H CQIHIVKI Czmwl fllllllll ldlrsl row: Siu-lin Argn, Slmcllmv Russ, Suu Cilmpxmllm, Uucliic LSCIIINJLIII Milclrccl Kctncr, Frances Tl1I'CklLlQilL, Brendan , NJl1ll7S4lll. Sccrlml row: Vickie vvilnllllllli, Plwllis Ilullur, Xuncv Kucmtf, Hulubic -In L',L'I'fTll5Y7lL Bublnic Blass, Clam - - . . . . 4 . . i ggurt, Czuml Scurlvmu. lfzml mu': ISUHIIIU Diggs, Plwllls llnmptun, C-ull Russ, Lllfulmctlm Duncan. SE ASGN HIGHLIGHTS 'I I11' XK'1111cI1'1'1'11cQ L'IIklllL'L'5 II111' 1I11' 1111111I11-1-11111- I 1'11111'1's I I11'L'11LIgIII, 511 1I11' 1'I111111qcs II111' il cI111111f 511111 111 II111 S. II. 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SLIIZS I I I LII ILS I'111'11'111'cI II11I1I1i1' I11 IL'l'4QlIS1JI1 .1111I g11z11'1I . , ,, . , I'1'z111ccs II11'c111IgiII s1'111'1I 1I1c 11111111 115 Q11 L'1lI1lLlII'15 , SIISIIIII 'IIHII' 5'11'II'P' I,"M' II'2I1" ,III "1'f'1l"fI- rm. thc gf, Swwn' I'I11II1s II11IIz11', Nancy Ix11111111, I111I1I11c .Io I'c1" g11s1111, fII:11'11 ILILIQLIVI, cwlll'UI Scz11'I1111'11, II11I1I1ic XV1.'II-q11z1IiI'iuIgi1Is111'cI1'I't111I1II1I11'1z11'41111'i1's Higgs, IDI11 Ilix I I111111111111, CIQIII Hoss, z111LI IfIil11f I1-I1 I11 Sue CII111111111111, I1ccI1ic I1wL'I1IN1lII', z1111I I1u1I1 IDIIIILILIII. Co-C111111i11, I3nI1l1ic I. Ir1I'c'1'1g11.w11111z1I F1'a11cas fI1re111IqiII. Up Io IIIL' 111111401 il UCS: ll'I1CI'L' if 111111111-11 11r1Im1I1' Ic11m1'1.' IVI111I's this? I311II1't.' IV1: u'u1'C f1'11111v1If First row: Dean Lewis, Don Honeycutt, Banks Up- right, Kenneth Blackwelder, Grady Horne, VVavne Hubbard, Larry Neal, Tommy Rogers, and Gradv Armstrong. Second rofw: Assistant Coach Robert Bell, ASEBALL Brown High reigns as Western North Carolina High School Activities Association baseball champions for the third straight year. The Little VVonders completed the 1955 season with a record of 16 straight wins and a team batting average ol' 312. Pacing the team in individual batting honors was catcher George Suggs who hit at a .412 clip. Out- fielder Freddie Whitaker finished second with a .365 mark and Following him in order are Bruce Flippen Look ou t, lmtter. in-v...r Buddy Huuuins, Bill Hubbard, Raymond Alexander, , N. X - , N Buddy VVagner, Flavel Smith, Lerov Scercv, Bruce Flippen, George Suggs, and Coach Dan Hamrick. with .327, Leroy Scercy with .31-1, and Billy Hubbard with 303. Buddy VVagncr was the mainstay of the pitching staff and the entire team finished with high defensive averages. Scercy was high man in the runs-scored de- partment and Wagiier and Suggs were chosen to lead the team as eo-captains. Prospects for a fourth straight crown are excellent because of the skill of the remaining lettermen. One ll011'16'1'lH1 coniiiig up. jf '-..., First row: Ted Overcash, Rodnev Armstrong, George Noel, Kenneth Upright, Keith Halter, Harold Seagraves, Ronald Haskins, Kenneth Duncan, Kenneth Edwards, Hohhv Tucker. Second row: Kerrv Maulden, john Track, a comparatively new sport at Brown, has been catching on fast in Popularity and the local thinclads are fast becoming recognized as major threats in this area. Heading this year's squad are a host of returning lettermen and several newcomers have shown definite Promise. Kenneth Duncan is one of the finest milers Graham, Ierrv Moss, Leonard Beaver, Eugene Nlassev, Adrian Ilolhrooks, Ierrv VVavne Bloss, Melvin Rape, Bill Thompson, Conrad Sloop, and Larrv Compton. TRAC in the conference and distance men Bobby Tucker and Kenneth Edwards have placed high in many events. Heading the short distance runners are Conrad Sloop and Larry Compton while Adrian Holbrooks has distinguished himself as a fine "heavy" man. Coach Ed Edmiston has praised the entire squad for their work and fans in this section have also voiced their justifiable pride in the Little Wonders. Page One Hundred Three QIHJUJI Delores Miller smiles SIFUHSUVS, l'm'c'11tx, mul fricmls watclz as as lmml screrlmlcs llvr. tlw lirrlc lmmlcrs lgfljfflfll UllNllCUl"l". Our little womlcrs are lmnl to lwat . . Plmfvrs and S wnsors Llama dremnilv to . lf . yell tlzc clzeerlenders mul Stmlwzts. climax wever-to-lac-forgotten l"l01ll6'C01lIlVlti: '55 Page Om: Hundred Four Nu annual is cmnplctc witlwut thc scction that follows-Lids. Our gI'ilfitLldC to tlwsc spmmsnrs cs not go unsuid. d Congratulations and Best Wishes CANNON CANNON MILLS COMPANY KANNAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA, U. S. A. dS BAR6ER'S STORE cooo THINGS TO EAT Cannon Boulevard 6 10th St. HELMS' BARBER SHOP We please the hard to please 142 Oak Street HARRY'S GRILL "Sandwiches at their Best" Grade "A" Phone 2-7246 N. Cannon Blvd A. A. WAGNER C0. WHOLESALE GROCERY "Candy is Dandy-Keep it Handy" 801 South Main St. Phone 4161 A Complete One Stop Service SECHLER Service Station Gulf Products-Road Service Centerview-Dial 2-9136 KANNAPOLIS, N. C. MYERS BOOTERY "ln Step with Style" 112 S. Main St. Phone 6196 Square Circle Super Market Fresh Meats-Groceries Fruits 6' Vegetables Yates Moore, Owner Phone: 7006 Centerview Thompson 8. Nance Garage Wrecker Service-Bocly Shop General Auto Repair Lowe's Trading Center Cannon Boulevard THE BAKE SHOP Hot Do-Nuts, Special Cakes, Wedding Cakes, Birthday Cakes, Special Orders Saturday 7 A.M.-7 P.M.-OPEN-Weekdays 7 A.M.-6 P.M. Cannon Blvd. Phone 2-0136 Page One Hundred Seven Misenheimer's Store 215 Gay Street Kannapolis, N. C. MATERIALS, HOSE AND LINGERIE QUERY BROS., Inc. "The Man Store" Dial 9171 KANNAPOLIS, N. C. S U N S H I N E KANNAP0llS DRUG C0. LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS Original Cut-Rate Drug Store China Grove Phone 35 Kannapolis Phone 6141 NEVER UNDERSOLD 'Nothing Can Beat Sunshine" Phone 2297 4' JEUJELERS 113 S. Main St. Convenient Terms Phone 2-5161 THE DINETTE 205 Oak Street "Always A Friendly Welcome" The Table Supply Store A Complete Food Market Pay Cash and Save Near The Ball Park Real Estate-Building Contractor Building Supplies "Everything To Build With" Residence: 1202 Central Dr., Phone 2-6681 Shop: Ruth Avenue, Phone 2-6131 .l. V. DWIGGINS, Jewelers We Specialize in FINE WATCH REPAIRING We Appreciote Your Potronoge Dial 6766 800 Brantley Rd Page One Hundred Eight Jackson Park Grocery GROCERIES-MEATS-PRODUCE GREEN STAR CAFE Louise Ave. Jackson Park West "A" Street Phone 8641 Serve Yourself or Be Served I I HA C004 Place To Eat!! HANEY 8. HOlBROOK Things To Wear for Men Who Care S. Main St. Kannapolis, N. C. EARLENE SHOPPE Zffslgg. Hemstitching--Gifts CLEANERS Buttons and Buttonholes "The DOYHQN pmt" west ,,A,, Street 311 "A" Street Phone 5671 "Drive-ln" Laundry and Cleaning KANNAPOLIS BAKERY GOLDEN CRUST BREAD TASTY CAKES KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Phone 8136 or 7146 O. K. SHOE SHOP POLISH-LAC ES SHOE REPAIRING West 'A" St. Kannapolis, N. C. BOND'S SPORT SHOP Inc. Everything for the Sportsmon Hunting-Fishing-Archery Athletic Equipment 2l9 West "A" St. Phone 2-9691 KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Arrington's Service Station Washing-Greasing Spark Plug Cleaning Phone 2-5586 Cannon Blvd. A Sign of "I-loppy Motoring" Page One Hundred Nine Ev A A'...: 2 "1 "-'. gui: H. , HUMPTY DUWGPTY. .. . Q1 A, X3 A -2.53.25 li.: . ,,A, 'L Qi 7 .. J, fl, m f ,x:,qV,,,' 2, ,,, , su Q -Z V . , ww , W f' ,1 4' F , DAN BQONE, 1-MMSELPE SEFORQ: AFTER STRUT YOUR STUFF! LEZGKY YG!-SDERS ONE., TWD, THREE, KICK . , HND THEN THERE ARE C.HAPERONESf XX ,,,.m.vW,w., MAN was 11' HOT OU3 Wliffifw WMU ' THAT ww! Maas we A me CHE HAVE YGU EVER NUMBERED' Yami Mo, w 5-iEN..f YH' ss REEA7' Him E was THQEE GF A KQNDE , 9 x -31 SifQ12Q?l?f?ZQ W ANYONE FOR A cpm? '? 1 'run' 'Vmrzgrf Qmnf' Ci-IICI EN BOXETTE Phone 2-6255 "We try it, you eat it." Chicken in the Rough T-Bone Steak Sea Foods Salisburies and Sandwiches KANNAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA South Main Street Congratulations to the Seniors of the 1908 1956 Class of '56 F. l. Smith Drug Company 9 sims nm slum o AND WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE BHIYS BHHGHIII Phone 2118 KAN NAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA Phone 5171-5181 One of North CaroIina's Best Drug Stores Page One Hundred Eleven EUNEHATULATIUN5 To The Graduates of '56 , 91 JQWQL SHQPPQZL , 100 SOUTH MAIN STREET KANNAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA KAN NAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA Your Headquarters for Finer Gifts KANNAPOLIS TRANSIT COMPANY Ride the buses to school Safe, Economical and Dependable We charter buses to all points in N. C. Phone 2-9641 South Main Street BEAVER LUMBER 8. SUPPLY COMPANY "Everything For The Builder" If We Don't Have lt, We'll Get lt. If We Con't Get lt, We'll Have' It Made Phone 7116 South Main Street KANNAPOLIS, N. C. ge One Hundred Twelve Ouery-Goodman Company SHOES AND HOSIERY For The Entire Family South Main Street Phone 6661 KANNAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA CABARRUS MOTOR SUPPLY 202-204 Oak St. Telephone: 2179 KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Distributors of the AMAZING PURPLE MOTOR OIL J A C K S O N ' S WESTERN BEEF-QUALITY GROCERIES 514 N. Cannon Blvd. Phone 2-3636 D E l ' S "Famous for Fashions" Gem Theater Building Phone 2-9201 Johnston's Barber Shop It Pays to Look Well 217 West A Phone 2-8640 GRANT MOTOR COMPANY Telephone 2261 P. O. Box 8 KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Widenhouse Tire 8. Recap Store U. S. Royal Tire Distributor CENTERVIEW SUNDRIES "Where Your Dollar Has More Cents" Complete Fountain Service Your Patronage Is Appreciated STTBCT P11006 T KANNAPOLIS, N. C. 718 East St. Kannapolis, N. C. QUALITY EASY SERVICE TERMS West First St.. yy Phone 2-3651 Page One Hmndred Thirteen Boulevard Shell Service Dial 2-0266 South Cannon Boulevard KANNAPOLIS, N. C. BIG DOLLAR MARKET Where Your Dollars Have More Cents GROCERIES-MEATS-PRODUCE IFROZEN FOODSl Cannon Blvd. Kannapolis, N. C. MIDWAY MOTORS YOUR NASH DEALER Phone 5216 1701 South Main MILLS FLORIST 109 N. Main Street Phone 2229 Kannapolis Cash Grocery West "A" Street Phone 8681 Best Wishes and Compliments of F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. SUNSHINE CLEANERS TELEVISION FOY HINSON RADIO SERVICE Phone 4418 , SALES AND sznvice Cenferview Phone 2-8647 203 onk sneer KANNAPOLIS, N. c. Jewelry and Loan Company jewelry, Clothing, Luggage, Radios and all kinds of merchandise Phone: 285 Midway KANNAPOLIS, N. C. MAIN THEATRE "The l-louse of Comfort" Plenty of Parking space C annon Blvd. Dial 2-5726 Page One Hundred Fourteen w i 5 Q ff LQHAT rs ST Hfheeozaf MR. PRE5iDE?42T w' ff? A 2 ,gl ,, , 3, TW? 2522212 TMS 2 1 WHICH WAY 25 1 Q .uf wY"',aw-4.f.:f4..., - 'Tiziiiff' VHSETE?-U23 E'1Qlf?..PZ'1i2Q?fiTii'i "e'F'E5E5Z 132 Effifiiitif QFAQT F TT' VM, ,-, M -1- . 'f,-f'i .,b"ufm wink 'wg ffffiljg 'F fain, f 4'-.yr x,:,x,x,.,-, f.:M..z 'kisw f'xfwa,,la2,,Q? , 1 TRUE Laws ?? N! HOUSE ? . may ,x 7 9-fi EU? 6.213 z.. T ' 5 'x NZ , ,Q,.J. .wmvr A Naam' 1: Sharma? CRAZY S1-asR'rs',! REAL HUMAN? KINNEY'S SHOE STORE Our 61st Yeor Shoes and hosiery for the entire family DIXIE CLEANERS Quality Work and Courteous Service Phone 6616 Jackson Park We Give S G H Green Stamps Galmriel's Service Station Texaco Oil 6' Gas Phone 8121 South Main Street Compliments of the ATOMIC Oll CO. Call Atomic Oil Co. for your car and fuel needs 920 South Main Phone 8666 GRANT MOTOR COMPANY HOlBROOK'S Ruclio 84 Television, Inc. Telephone 2261 P. O. Box 8 KANNAPOLIS, N. C. 1115 North Ridge Ave. Phone 2-9246 BUICK KANNAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA TAYlOR'S HATCHERY Feeds for Livestock and Pets Baby Chicks-Field Fertilizers Flower Bulbs-Poultry Supplies 834 South Main St. Telephone 8241 KANNAPOLIS, N. C. DENNY'S TIRE SERVICE Complete Retreading Service INDUSTRIAL SOLIDS OUR SPECIALTY KANNAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA G. C. Denny Phone 2-0186 1539 S. Main Street B 8. W SUPPLY COMPANY Feeds - Seeds - Fertilizers - Baby Chicks - Poultry - Paints L. Cr H. Appliances - Lawn Mowers - Stock Remedies WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUILDING SUPPLIES Midway Kannapolis, N. C. Phone 2137 Page One Hundred Sixteen UNEEDA CLEANERS Midway KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Dial 7131 AUTO FINANCE COMPANY , of N. C., Inc. lee Kluttz Plano Company AUTOMOBILE FINANCING NEW AND REBUILT PIANOS AUTOMOBH-E LOANS Fine Pianos at Lower Prices 222 Oak Sffeel' Phone Centerview Phone KANNAPOLIS, N. C. THF UNOLEUM SHOP Kannapolis Store Co. "Look at our floors-others do" The Hardware on the Corner Phone 7231 Jackson Park h KANNAPOLIS, N. c. P one 81" Childress Bros. Home Sw--"'ffffw4 Furnishin Co. 5 2 . 9 wi rows Furniture-Quaker Heaters , , Rugs-Westinghouse Appliances K 702 Cannon Blvd. Phone 8676 Jawa em KANNAPOLIS, N. C. 123 South Main Street LEWIS DRUG CO. "Nothing is Permanent in Fashion but Good Taste" Phone 2187 V I R G I N I A ' Only The Best S U Fashions ot Distinction 149 West Ave. Kannapolis, N. C. South Main Street Page Orne Hundred Seventee 9 Thick Milk Shakes 9 Sodas 9 Sundaes 9 Banana Splits For A Refreshing Treat Visit rg TTT XX lczfn ' this fl' ROWAN DAIRY BAR Open Daily 11:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Sundays-12 Noon to 9:00 P.M. Cannon Blvd. Jackson Park Phone 8751 Mlll FABRICS, INC. Home of Fine Fabrics 147 West Avenue Congratulates the Class of '56 SANI'S FOOD CENTER Staple ancl Fancy Groceries Meat and Feecl Brantley Road Phone 6955 Som Shaver, Owner TOWEI CITY THEATRES, INC. -Operators of- GEM-SWANEE DIXIE-PALACE C The Show Places of Kannapolis Page One Hundred Eighteen agen ,sim .SQUAD of 30,1168 "We teach all types at dancing" 506 Venus Drive Phone 2-3961 Patterson Superette 837 South Main Street KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Congratulations to the class of '56 SECURITY BANK AND TRUST CO. North Ridge at Security St. FIRESTONE HOME 8. AUTO SUPPLIES Henry Price, Jr., Dealer I38 West Avenue 4191-Phone-6641 KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Colonial Frozen Foods of Kannupolis FREEZER LOCKERS MEAT CARVING STORAGE Phone 5264 North Ridge Avenue PLANNED TO FIT YOUR NEEDS Checking Accounts Regular and Special Loans-All Types Savings Accounts For Any Purpose CABARRUS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 201 West Avenue Yagi! 3"'- Lg .. 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