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

 - Class of 1957

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F 1 , ft fat ,Qaida Nights: 4 V CLXIXLQW CLMQLL 4 194A he X . Zwfgf Z ifvtww ti fi ,iii L, ,,.,..r1 LUV' ,-ylfwigg ' tiff .cu 7t2,.1ef53- Lt-Q' flJl0l A . 4 , K fr - 1"-PM ' '?'3vf ' Ji L.: gr., fl I .,. v A , Wfkv- l' --W-'x, ' mr! W- K- "FUR HE'S A JOLLY 6000 FELLOW". Hiith our deepest love zintl admiration we, the staff, clo cleclicate this 1957 ALBIICJKAN to Mr. Dan Boone for his unselfishness to our school and its students, for his challenge to us to become more responsible citizens, for his guidance and Christian influence, and for his patience and untiring spirit as a true friend and beloved teacher. , x wig QL, . 'Q 66 77 we ang! we 'Q y Q LEP ,fr is f " r ' V L , C A 1 'Q ! ' - gciimffi " ,W ,-Q, A, . , 4 fl ph? fx 1 L .1 r i f J ' 'kv ' -fx - 'M w' , , Z K ' X, H L "Mg W I - X - ' ,f n,,,fu I L f 5-.nf J ' itll, ' P 'A 1 IH: Q ' L, , ' 5 'F ri f , .I J s-f gf'- ug W - vb, H Nia, ,f I , . ,M " , f ip! ,. r 1' z li -.AV , ' Ai A . .4 If , r' fi' lj ,WLQ-if . , lg, , ,Lt-,flgw A I M4 7' ' ffl- " ' , Y, , ,flh- 7 I N ADMINISTRATION Mas. VERNON clILMORE AB., Grecnsboru College Orientoztiong Dean of Girls Arlviser. D. N. IIAMRICK A.B., Lenoir Rliyneg MA., Science, Dri1'er's ECl1lCf1fl071j H0155 Assistant Coacli . 5 Banking A.S.T.C. Dean of W. BULLOCK HA., Duke Universityg M.A., William and Mary Su1aeri1f: tende-n if F. O. DRUMMOND AB., Furman University: ALA., A.S.T.C. Principal MRS. I IERMAN BOSTIAN Ilrauglwifs Business College Secretary IVIRS. IIARVEY HUFFMAN Lewis Training School Dietitian f fu- ,..- 3 . 4 1 ' v A EAOULT.Y . - " . S. 1 Bon L. ALEXANlJlill- B.M.li., Shcnumluuh Conserunury of Musicg Or. clwst ru. ROY D. Booma- .X.B., Clnmwba Culla.-gc: Head of llistury Depart- mcnt: ,luninr ffluxx .hl1'iser. FRANcz1es BOUNDS-T A.l3., Lenoir Rhynvg f1latl1L'141.u1icsg Slmlvnt cl0'l't'l'1l' 771T!'11l All1FlS61'j llvud nf Math. lbegmrtmem. Fluxx WI. Bnowx- B.S.. Appalachian Slntc Teachers Cnllcgeg Chemistry Plzyxicx: Tri-Sci Slmnxnr. Rum' IEROWNELL- B.A.S., Central VVzxshington Collcgcg Math XYIRGINIA VV. CiALDXVELI.- KS.. .X.S.'I'.C.g lvlglislzg Spanish: Spunisll Clnl Slvrnzsur. FRANK CRA1Ns11Aw-- Slmp: Sheet Hvtul: Vvzcatiovlzzl Courses. En EDAIISTON- A.B., Cntauba Cullcgvg Physical lfducutimz: All: 1 7 letir: lliractorg Hmnl Football Cmlcllg Girls' Buxleulf bull Cmachg Truck Couch. Mus. XV. F. EDWARDS- .X.B., XY.C.Ll.X.C.g Ifuglislzg Spew.-Il Club Azlfiser. NIARY ALICE ELLIOTT- AJ3., VV.C.U.N.C.g U. S. Historyg lvllfld Histnryg Honor Society Spfmxor. -IUNE FLETCHER- A.B., YYinthrop College: Art. IJOROTIIY FUNDERBURKE- BS., Queens Cnllcgvg D.E.g D.Ii. Club Adviser. MQ! fy ff I 77 JORJQINE GRAY- A.B., VV'.C.U.N.C.g IVLA., Columbia Universityg .viglishg Senior Class Adviser. f 'Z , A ,C 5 2 'ill ' ,I If ff' " KENNETH HALL- B.S., East Carolina Collegeg Historyg Psychologyg Governmentg Assistant Girls Basketball Coachg As- sistant Junior Varsity Football Conchg Assistant Baseball Couch. Mas. D. N. HAMRICK- A.l3., Lenoir Rhyme Collegeg Busimfssg Hvarl of Business Depurfmivnt. ,lo ANNE HARIIISS- B.S., East Carolina Collegeg Eriglishg Dramutifsg Tliespian Adviser. lNlARION KELLY- B.A., Vllinthmp Collegeg Lating Latin Club Adviser. IVIILTON IAMES LAM B- B.S., North Carolina Stateg D.O.g Indusnial Artsg D.O. Club Adviser. HAROLD MATHENY- B.M,E., Shenandoah Conservatory of Musicg Instru- mental Music. NIAXINE BJCINNIS- A.B., W.C.U.N.C.g lirenclig Spcmislmg linglishg Lan- guage Deparfoiiem lleadg French Club Adviser. ELIZABETH MCMUREAY- AB., Columbia Bible Collegeg Hilale Guidance C014nS8lOff Bible Clulfr Adviser. MRS. RODNEY NANTZ- A.B., Catawba Collegeg Biologyg Head of Science Departmentg Honor Society C0-Sponsor. ELMER PooLE- A.B., Catawba Collegcg Bialogytllistory. . -- A , , ' , l,4A,JJ-pf DJ-L 'J2'7'7L fir F'-v WV? "3" 'al , lJ.w BETTY PRESSON- 6 B.S., Appalachian State Teachers Collegeg Business Efiucationg Social Studies. f , . 0 . , ,J . ,, ,, JM .if ' , link L' , lull l l Ll 'lf-l Wirth-X WJ l' I. :J if if . Ll' We 'A - A M' Q,lll.l' ,Mr Q .9 l' g.,,."ffw . i- .W , , A U 0213 Q., ,.ff,f. ,ri if f-Q,-jf liflfi yiwzldv, DJ' lflljddlx i 1 Al Yi slw J,-J"'l'R' Jliiluw, gall dd f . X Luwyq N LU,qtri1Lg,. il .53 if f' 5 l .all Yi 5. I BARBARA PRoc:'roR- , P B.S., Appalachian State Teachers College, English, Innrnalixmg AI.RnoRAN and Brown Highlights Stuff ' Arlviserg Quill mul Scroll Adviser. ' C,VEDA POAG- A.B., Bulw Innes University: ALA., A.S.'l'.C.g Cmm' Selnr. HARVISY' TLIRNER- B. Mus. Efl.g Shenancluah Cnnwrvalory of Music, A.S.T.C'.1 Buml. MRS. CHARLES QUERY- .-LB., Catawba College, English: Vllorld History: Sophomore Class Adviser. LARRY M. RHYE- A A.ll., Catawba Collegeg Biologyg Monitor Adviser. EDWIN L. VAN Pooua- B.A., Catawba Collegeg M.A., George Peabody Col- lege for Teachcrsg Mathematics, Physicsg Key Club Adviser, Business Manager of Senior Class, Grad- uate VVork U.N.C'. IEROLINE YNATTS- B.S., A.S.'I'.C.g Vocational Home Economics, Greens- burog Home Economics: F.Il.A. Adviserg Cheer- lemlef Adviser. MRS. A. M. VVHITMIRE- AB., Winthrop Collcgeg Englishg Head of English Department, F.T.A. Adviser. MRS. FRANK D. VVIGGS- B.S., High Pnint Collegeg Commercial Courses. lX'lARY A. VVILBURN- A.B., Winthrop College, U.N.C.g Libmriang Library Club Adviser. my 4' . ff 4? if .f if if ff' ' f I If gre Jia ,gg 4. 7 1 ir' at af A 125' I 1 Wm 55,4 33' fi ' , ,.,, . S if --- , Qgt:f Zggfgf,g 75.31 I . iftiliz - X Iwi! ' 1. fr, 'ry w nfl? V f , Q I " 1 I I B 14 --Q Sticky fingers . . . G VVOn't you step into my pzurIor . 'I II C' Mnclt-rn xcrsiun UI' I1icIiory switL'I1 I "Dear Qlolrn . . ." I. Putting the pinch on "I Icru comes Santa Claus . . " I K I. Blessed are they that run around in circles Get tI1C point? Orders funn Imeuclqtltrrtcrsf Iloncst, I cIitIn't stcuI it. Calories . . . The mark ol' distinction X, I Q Hgaacluafion ,Qu-xiwu, to ck, imai Q5 "Eff mm .... fiw-Mu-F 4YQj,lnA V, - X cc H I young af ,Henri . . . I l 9 . J Wav" ,X W N'WrWlr W rl R OFFICERS KENNETH DLINCTAN President KEITH BAKER Vic'L'-Presiclent l N ANCY MYERS Secretary ME1-v1N IKAPE Treasurer . 0 4, 1 ,F , WF er v .' g W1 E ,X lg L . , .' 5,1 Y' . J Hfl l f X +' J, , 2 CLASS MOTTO l 3l"To strive, to seek, Lo fiml anrl 1401 10 yield." , " X , W I Q CLASS FLOWER CLASS COLORS ' Wlzite Gardenia Royal Blue and Silver P X l .P llu1zEnr ,IA1x1Es ADAIXIS "Never liurri, :null get lliere xumz enmuglif' Bible Club 4: D.l.. Club 4. DAVID MAX ALABRAN "It is better to li-glzt one cumlle than ln eurse the rlm'k11exs." Sunerlatixe 4: State Bible Club Retreat Delegate 3: Ilonor Socicu 3, -I: 'Ihespians 3, 4: Kev Club 3, 4, Sceretarv 4: Bible Club 3. 4, Vice-President 4: Debate Club 3: Debate 'learn 3: Green Masquers 3, 4: Monitor 3, 4: College-Career Dax' llost 4: Senior Motto Conunittee 4: junior Class Plav 3: Student 'leather 3: Junior Class President 3: School Critic 4: Speech Club President 4. AANCY SUE IXLDRIDGE "l'mlm' well lived 11mk1's e1f4'i':' yeslL'1'da1' 41 dream nf lirqvyviness und t'l't'V1' trmmrrzzur a vixirm of l1apf:." C itifen ul: the Month 4: Bible Club l, 2, 3: Spanish Club 1, 3: l'.ll..X. l, 1. 3: Trilli-Y l. 2: Cuidanee Assistant 3: Xlonitor l: Oflice Page 1: lloineroom Treasurer Z: Cammn Sfpolliglit Staff l: junior Class Plav Cast 3: Draniatics Club Plav Marshal 3: Siudent Teacher l, 2, 3, 4. C H.uu.Es lJAVlD ALEXANDER lll "l'lie liiglier it man is in grace, the loirur lie will be in his oufu estm'm,." Superlatixes 4: Historv Medal 3: Chief lllarshal 3: Kev Club Conxention Delt'Lg1.te 1, 3: S,utlent Council Convention Deleyate 1, 3, 41 liov's State Delegate 3: llr nfir Soeieti 1, 3, 4: Kei Club 2, 4, Yiee-President 3. Lt. Govemor Division II 4: Session lluuse l. 3, 4: IliY 4: Monitor I: Student Council l, 3, 4: Student Coveininent President l, 4, Secrc tarv 3: College Career Dav llost 3, 4: Student Government Dance Connnittee l. 4: Senior Motto Committee 4: Student Teacher 1: Sophomore Class President 1: Student Guest of Hotarx Club 4: Club Commission Chairman 4: Banking 3. 1,ovD VV. ALLEN "Climb liiglier lllflllgi Ilie rrielziswm' ln' 1'u-Qgt'tl." D.0. Club 3, 4. GRADY l.,. AIlhIS'l'llONfI, "Do unto others as 'run wuulil lnzre them do unto vnu." Stage Creu 3: 'lhespians 3, 4: Monogram Club 3, 4: Ili Y l, 2, 3, 4: Creen Masqucrs 3, 4: Varsity Baseball I, 2: junior Varsilv Football l, 2: Varsitv Football 3, 4: 'l'raelt 3, 4: Junior Class Plav 3: Faeultv Plat' BARBARA ANN ATHEY "Our actions are our own: their L-mzseqnurieex belong to I1,emf1'11." Spanish Club 3: Latin Club l, 2: l5.ll.A. Z, 3: 'l'riSei Club 3: Tri lli-Y l, 2, 3. RUTH XVALENA Aus'r1N "Youth is the 1I1'P170Yl1H'lllN 10 do SU1'I'H'll'liVl,4Q mul to lvecmne so11rutl1,ing." Football Sponsor 2. 3, 4: National Thespian Soeietv 3, 41 Bible Club l. 1. 3, Vice-President l: Spanish Club 3: F.lI..X. 1, Historian 1: Band l, 1, 3, 4, Maiorette 3. 4, Co-Chief 41 Ilomeroom President 2, Treasurer 4: .Xrtmottax lkusimss Staff 3: Senior Class Mascot Committee: Junior Class Plav Cast: Junior-Senior lnvitation Connnittee: Student 'lbaeher 1, 4: Dramaties Class Plat' lllarshal 3. KEITH CLossoN BAKER "'l'D strive, seek, :mtl llCCOHl'7liSl'l is to L'lIL?TlSll. the li-fe nfliieh Und lzullz. given win." National 'lliespians 3, 4: Kev Club 49 Bible Club I, 1, 3, 4: Latin Club l, 2, Sergeant-at-.Xrms 3: A'lUIltlQl42lll'l Club 3, 4, President 4: llifY l, 2, 3, 4, President 1: Green llasouers 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra l, 2: Stage Cren 3: Ses sion llouse l: College Career Day llost 4: junior Varsity' lfootball Z: Varsitv Football 3, 4, All County llootball Team: Track l, 2, 3: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: Junior Class Plav 3: J J Dramatits Class llav 3: Senior Class Vice-l resident 4: Lug' Leazer .Xward 4. LEONARD llALL BARLOW, ln. "Calm, eoul, uml collected." Bible Club 3: Spanish Club 4, Treasurer 4: lllonograrq, Club 1: IIifY l, 1, 4: Intramurals l. KI X . Y TON x' JAMES IEARNHAEDT Hlozrglt und the worltl luuglzs with tuzlg Uri' und toil Crt uloue. Contention Delegate 35 Bible Club I5 Spanish Club Z5 D.l3. Club 35 D.O. Club 45 ilIl'2IL'Ii I, Z5 lXIixecl Chorus 15 Home room Uffiee r I . Rtmv N.bXlJINE IBARRINGER "1 strive to Alu the things that ure right in flu' eyes of God." Bible Club I, 4, ROY IDOUGLAS BELK "Do unto otlzeu tix you would have them do imlo 'i'o14." Ilomeroom I'resident 35 'Iraek 35 D.E. Club 4. AGNES REMELI, BENNETT "KimI words cost little mul are wortli much," llonor Monitor 35 Junior Clzzss Platv Marshal 35 Bible Club I, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club I, 25 I7.II.A. 2, 3, 45 Tri-Sei Club 4: Trilli-Y Club I. 2: Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 Monitor 3. 4. Secretari' 45 Session House 45 Ilomeroont President 25 Student Teacher Z. RANIJALIJ ciAI'tNER BENTON "I7lfi1l1. bl Cl11'is1im1 lreurl mid ll lvealthy 1ni1'1.d. you eu11'I failfl Latin Club l. Z: l.ibrarv Club 4, President 45 lllf. Club 4, lreasurer 45 Xlonitor 3, 45 Session llouse l: Student Governrnent Danee Committee 35 llomeroom President 2: Student 'lieaeher 3. KENNETH W1l.LARlJ BLACKWELDER l'lI'l1t'11 that 1,11-L' great Scorer enmes Io rmtrk R,f1lIi7'lXl 'ifmll' IIUIIIL7, He marks not tvlzutlrer run iron or Ioxt but lion' vnu pluved the game." Ilible Club 2, 3. 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 D.O. Club 45 IXIOIIIIQFHIII Club 2, 3, 4, Ili-Y I, 25 Student Council I5 Var' Sitv Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 Varsitv llasltetball 2, 35 lntralnltrals I5 llomeroonl I'resident I. 2, Vieellresident 3, 4, SHIRLEY RUSSELL IBLACKVVELDER "Xu mutter lion' high ue rise, we discover infinite tlistmzctw nbm'U." Library' Assistant I, 2, 3, Librarv Club I, 2, 3, Seeretarv 2, President 35 Session House I5 Student Covernment Scrapbook Cllairman 35 llible Club 2, 35 Monitor 45 Tri-IlifY I, 2, 3, Chaplain E35 Junior Class .Play Marshal 35 Football Sponsor 45 Cannot: Spotlight Staff lg llt7l'llLi1'tl0l!l Seeretarv I5 Latin Club I. IJHYLLIS IEANET BLANTON "Indeed I l1'cml1le 101' my CUIHIl1"I' trlzen I 'reflect llml Coil is just." Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Green Masquers 3, -I: Trilli-Y l. 2, 3, 4, Sceretarx 1: Session Ilouse 4: Homeroom Vice President I, 33 Ilrnuin Iligliligltls, .XIIIROKAN Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Music lfditor 3, News Eflitor 49 junior Class Plat' Cast 3, Properties Committee 35 Faeultv Play llusiness Committee 35 Dramatics Plav Marshal 3. PEGGY IDEA llLEv1Ns "l.i1'v: eloxu tu Him and let others see Him in Wm . ull flu' time." Bible Club l, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club I, 25 blonitor 1, 45 Student Council I5 Session House 25 The Curtis Vocational Division Award 2, Trilli-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Delegate to Convention 3, Reporter 45 Green IVILISLIIICTS 35 G.A..'X. 3: Student Government Dance Committee 4: Broun: Higllliglxts, .XLBnoK.xN Business Staff 4: llomeroom Treas' urer 4, Office Page 4. BARBARA JEAN BOLICK "I know' not what the fiilure holds, lm! I do Iziww llim. who holds lha f141141'e," Commeneelnent Marshal 3: Bible Club 45 lfrcneh Club 3. Treasurer 35 F.T.tX. 4, Secretarx 45 Monitor 1, 2, 3, 4, Chief Monitor I5 Session House I, 3: College Career Dai llostess 35 Student Government Dance Committee 4, Invita' tion Chairman 45 Senior Superlative Committee 45 Student Teacher 2, 3, 45 Oflicc Page I5 Student Government lvpist 43 Duplicating Club 4. lXlERLE DEAN BONDS 'Xl g111111 f1'ie1111 1111111115 lllflft' 111 11111 1111111 11 g111111 1iD1L'." 13.0. Llub 3, 4: 11111111 l: Juniur Xnrsilv F1111thf1ll I, 2: Yarsilx' 111111111111 3. lovcis MAIIIE BOST "Lif1' is 11111 1111'11x111'1'11 111 111111111 111' p11p11111ri11. 11111 i11 1111 G1'1'1'i1.'1' fn flu' l,o1'11." Spelling Cil1a11111i1111 2, 3: P111-Irv ,Xwaml 2: Mixed Churus 3, 45 l1l1H'lt'I4UOl11 President 3, Vice-l31'csi1lu111 45 li1'11w11 11111111- 1ig11tx, A1.131101mN Relurrtci' 4: Scniur Class P00111 Q:lDl11lTl1ll.k'C i'h11i1'1111111 4: 91:11i11r Class Puel 4. LLOYD LEE HBUDDYH BOST "111'g1l1'1l16xv of its l1111111111'111'sx 111' g1111'ifi1'111i1111, low in lifu, 111111 li11' is l11111'." l:l'L'IlCl1 Club 2. 3: Spevch Club 43 Green Musquers 2, 3: cll1l'L'l'lSLlLlCl' 3. 4. Chiuf 4: Student cllllllikxil I: 1i1'11u'11 High- lights, .K1.1a1z111a,m lzdimrial Stall' 2, 3. 4, Club I-.nlitur 3. lixf ulmnge lgzlitur 4: Draliiaitics Class Play Z, 4g SUDlHlll10I'U Class 'l'r1-:1s11r1'1' 2: Trnclx I: lulrzimurals l: Student lcaclicr Z5 Yllllilliill il-l'AL'5Dli1l1 Suciutv 4. lXlADELINE BRAGG "lll111t5111'1'u1' W 1111, 1111 1111 111 1112 41111111 of C1011." Cirls' C'h111'us l. Assistuiil .xCCOlllI7Zll1lSl lg Mixed Clxorus 2. 35 Lzxtin Club 2: Tri-Ili-Y 2g 11111111-11111111 'l'1'eus111'er 25 Biblu Club 1, 3. 4, l1i1111is1. 1. SCCl'L'l1lIX' 4: State Bible Club Rctruut 11010111113 4: 1.lI..X. 3. 4: l5.'l'.X. 3. 4: Xl1111it11r 4: Guiclunu' 1-Xssistam 4: Stlulcnl 'l'L'z1cl1cr 45 Br1111fV1 Higllligllts, ,XL1111OK-xx Businuss Stuff' 45 51111111111 c1OYUl'IllHCHt Dancu llcl'1'csl11111'11t l'11m111itt1'1- 4. AUBREY LEE B1mK15F1E1.D "li1'1' 1'111'l1 11111 11s 1111111211 it 11-11111 111111' 11151. 111111 f11r5g1't 111111: 1111111l1'1'f11l 1es11'rc1111 Nui." N11Ii111111l 'I'l1es11i11n Sociciv 3, 4, V-lll'1311SllI'f'l4 45 Grcvn 1X'l:1s quvrs 3. 4: l.11ti11 Club I, Zg lli'Y 1, Z, 3. 4: Bible Club l. 2. 3. 45 Stags Cn-w 3, 4. l'rO11'clio11ist 3. 4: Munitoi' I: 505511111 llousc 11 H11111cr1111111 vlrcasllrcr 3, Yi1:el'1'1:siclC11t 4: SLll3l'I'lZll1YC Q'11111111i.lc-1' 4: Iluuior Class Plan' 35 I3Z'lL'lIlTY Play 3. EDWVARD CDDELL BROOKS Hi1l1'Lt?1'L'yS 1117111 11110 111111111 111111 111 1111 111111t1111'1.L1f 111111 11111t'x 1'igl1l." D.l,. C'lub 4: ll111'11u1'11O111 l31'1'QiQlc11t 4. G11.BE11T LLOYD BROONE "Br Q fri1'1111 111111 11111 11111 111-ver 11'111k 1111111e." Tri-Sci Club 45 Muniloi' 49 Scssiun 111111140 33 1101111-11111111 Offitvr l. LARRY LORRAINE B11o'1'11E11'1'oN M1311 1111111 11111911 115 11111 1111111111 111111' f111'111 1111 1111111 1'1111." f 1 DO. Qlllll ,. 1. SHELBY IEAN BUIXICARNER "DO 1111111 111I1111:x as 11111 111111111 111111' t111'111 1111 1111111 11111." ZETTIE LORENE ClALI.lCU'I'T "1 1-1111 1111 1111 things tl11'11115.5l1 Christ 11111.i1'111 st1'1'11gt1f11'11.e111. mvf' 'l4l'lll1Sf0I'l'CIl f1'1m1 Landis 3: lf.lI.,'X. Club I. 2. IUDITH ANN CiAlVlERON "lf You can't tlriliu it. park it." Tri-lli-Y 35 llonieroom Seeretarx' 2. Nomm ,IEAN CIARITHERS "lIappin.1'ss is ti perlimiz' Tori cuimol prim' nn others ivitliniit getting ii fvu' ilroys on 1'1mi'self." liihlc Club 4. RIIONDA ALAN CARROLITII "1 Inlet' lift' utisilx' limi have im regrets." IUNE PAYNELL CARTER "love, mul ilmfu is no room for vnvqfg Lrirxt, and. then: will lou no doubts: have faith, :md tliere is nu 116011 for 1lf'01'V"j'.H Delegate to Clit-raw 25 Football Sponsor 25 National Thes- pian Society' 3, 4, Secretarv 45 Bible Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 15 Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 35 Library Club 4, Secretarx' 45 Green Masqucrs 3, 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 Office Page I5 llomeroom Secwtarx' l, 3, 4, Treasurer 29 Senior Class Decorating Committee 45 junior Class Play 3, Prompter 5, junior Class Plav Committee 39 Faculty Play 3, Student Director 3, lDl'illll2lllCS Class Plav 3, Student Direc- tor 3, Dramatics Class Plan Cominittecg Student Teacher 15 IuniorfSenior Decorating Committee 3. lVl ETA ROSE CASTOR "You mimi I togeilzer with Cm! . . ." . . . , lhble Cluh l, 45 l'tench Cluh 2, 35 Orchestra I, 2. 3, 45 Monitor' 4: first Aid Assistant 3, 45 Student Teacher 2, 3. NANCTYE JANE ClHANDl.ER "But seek 've first the kingdom of God, amd, His rilglitcoiisnvss: and ull these things slmll be added unto yon." Football Sponsor lg Bible Club 35 Freneli Club 3, 4, President 45 lVIoni1oi' 3, 4, Secretarv 3, Co-Cliief 4, Session llouse 35 College-Career Dav lloslcss 3: llolneroom Secre- tarv 45 Student 'leaeher 3, 4. SYLVIA KAY CHEEK "Return good for evil." Contest VVinni:r 2, Bible Cluh 15 D.E. Club 45 Trielli-Y 15 Student 'l'e-acher l. lVlA1ioARE'r ELAINE CHRISTY "The ,great thing in this uforld is im! so much lvliuri' iw stand, 415 in what clirvutiou we are going." Quill and Scroll 3, 4g National 'Tliespians 3, 45 Bible Club l, 25 French Club 3, 45 Vice President 45 Green Nlasouers 35 Monitor 3, 45 Honieroom Vice-President 2, President 3, Brown Highlights, Ai.ixnoKAN Editorial Staff 3, 4, Reporter 3, Feature 'Editor 45 Senior Poem Committee, Iilnior Clash Plat' Cus't5 Dramatics Club Plav Cust 3: Senior Class Historian. DANIEL D. CLAYTON "Silence is goltlerif KENNETH Alvrrlrulz CLAYTON "I um ilu all things through Christ u'hich streizgtlieiivtli me." Key Club 45 Ili-Y 4. AlARY YVONNE clLEARY "Il is ll muglr rmul llmt lemlx In ilu' llrviglzls of gr'ealfwsx." Cnnrmencemcnr Marshal 3g French Club -lg Latin Club l, 23 F.T.A. -lg Monitor 3, -lg llomcroum Secrctary 2, Treasurer 45 Student 'Tczrclrur 5. PHILLIP PAUL COBB "SilL'ncv i. 4' umtxi um bu! ll man." lliblc Club lg lircncb Club 2, 31 Librnrv Club 1, 2, Presi dent 2: Monitor 1, 3: Bow' Chorus I1 flrccrlearlcr l: Session House lg Mav D.rv IDL-Curation Committee 2g Traffic Safe-tx' Committee 3: Inlrzrrnurals lg llUl11C1'0i.I'll President l, 23 Dramatics Club Plan' 4: Siudvnt 'lbaclmur' l, 25 Sn-nior Supcrlu- tivc Cumrniltec 4. ClARRY CLX'DE COMPTON "S17l't'Cll is a fucultv girwfr to 1111111 11: r4'1'eul his 1l1OuvQhts." Bible Club 3. hus NADINE CONNEP. "I know nut 'uflmt tlzc f'1lf1H'L' holds, but I :lo krzou' Him uflzo lmlrls the future." ci0I'l1l'llCl1L'L'll1l'l1t Nlarslxal 35 Lilrrarv Club lg Munilur 5. BRENDA IJAYE CJOVINGTON "Loaf, laugh, and he hnpp1'." Bible Club 1, 3, -lg Latin Club 13 l7.H.A. Club Ig KG.A.:X. l: Girls' Clmrus I, 2: Xlonitor l. 3, -ll Office Page l, RICHARD LEON CONNELLY ".l soft unzswcr lurnurlz uuwu' nrmtlz, lm! grieruzrs uwrlls stir up ringer." VI4Illl1SfCI'l'L5Kl frum Cool Springs lligb Schoulg lliY 4. . 1 A SARA NEAL CRAL1' "low can do L11'L1'll'Ll11f1 11011 11211111 to do if 111111 wan! in Llo i1 lnlcl L'11uugl1." il4fZlIl5fCI'l'l'f.l from llurt Cuuntx lliglr Sclmul. Ccurgizr. JAMES CIKOWDER 1"l'l1,e uulv inn' In have rr frivml is to lm u fri.:'ml." lVlARTIIA DEAL "O11l1' flziv, Illut un life lu' lrritfun runl plurerl ou ilu strains nf time lu' ilu' .'ll11llIQl1lj' Zllzrsiciun, Goal." lliblc Club 45 Latin Club 35 Librnrv Club -lg Monitor 5 Brown Iligglzliglrts, ALISRUKAN Iilitorial Staff Reporter 3, 4 PEGGY ANN DEAL "nl smile is cr light in flu' u'i1ulOu' of your face' fhul I-vlls rlmt your hear! is ut l1rnm'." llihlv Club lg French Club l, 35 Student Tcaclrer 3. BECKY -Io IDEAVER "Art well vom' 'ptzrtg lhert' all the Izmzur lies." National Tbespian Societv 3, 49 Bible Club 2, 3, Delegate to Clieraw Z9 Latin Club l, 29 l'.T.1X. 3, 49 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Reporter 29 Creen Alasquers 3, 49 Junior Class Plav Cast 39 junior Class I'lav Committee 3: Faeultv l'laV Committee 3: Marshal 39 Student Teacher 4. PATRICIA ANN DEESE "No 1111111 um ever rise z1I'm1'e that ul wlzicli he aims." Bible Club I, 2, 39 Spanish Club 3, 49 Latin Club l, 2: F.ll..fX. I. 2: Librarv Club I, 2, 'l'reasurer 29 D.ll. Club 49 'l'riI'li-Y I9 Session House I, 29 llomeroom Secretarv 2, 3, Vi Presicleot 19 Student 'Teacher l, 2, 3. CAIXOI, STYERS IDELLINGER "love aml there is no room for em-wg Imw faith ami there ti ill be no :wed for u'orr1." Home lleononiics Award 3: Football Sponsor 29 French Club 2, 3, 49 F.l'l.,'X. 3, 4. Vive President 4: C.A.A. 2, 39 D.Il. Club 49 Moniior I9 Cbeerleader 19 Homeroom Seeref tart' 21 Student 'l'eat'ber l, 2. 4. IJONALD LEE lDENN1S "Profit Ian' vom' 1uistuIe.es." D.O. Club 4, Yiee President 4. EBIAIA FRANCES Drums "Du unto ulliers ax voir ufrmlil hmie them do unto vnu." Student Teacher I, 49 lloinerooin YI-FEZISIIIEI' 49 F.lI.gX. 49 Bible Club I. IouN KENNETH DUNCAN "Life is lo be ynrtifietl I11' imint' frietidxliips. Tn lure, mul ln Ive loved, is the greatest l'1lll71'7iI'lt!SS of t'xis1i'net'." Sunerlative 4: Junior Rotarian 49 Bov's State Delegate 3. Kev Club 3, 49 Band l, 2, 3. 4: Orchestra 29 Session House 29 ColleggefCareer Dav Ilost 49 S uilent Teacher 29 Latin Club l, 2. Vieefl'resident 39 Bible Club 39 Monogram Clllb 2, 3, 49 Ili-Y l, 3, 49 Junior Varsitv Football 29 Varsitv Football 3, 4, Co-Captain 49 Track l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2. 39 Home-room Vice-Presitlent I, Seeretarv 2, President 39 Mas' Court 39 Senior Class President. PIOWARD EUGENE HARLEY "S1'1e0L'lz is 11 fueultv given to mutt to reveal Iris thou-gills." D.O. Club 49 Band l, Z, 3, 49 Stage Crew 1. Proiectionist 19 lllonitor 39 lloinerooln Officer l, 3: Intramurals I. FRANCES ARLENE EDWARDS "1 lmife CILUSUI1 the 0110 1 jalease, 011111, Mow to speml im' life 11lL'!1Si11Q the Om: I'1'e chosen." Spelling Champion I. 29 Superlatives 49 Subjunior lVo- man 49 Delegate to Honor Societv Convention 39 State Bible Club Retreat Delegate 29 Commencement Nlarshal 3: Ilonor Societv 2, 3, 49 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, President 49 Bible Club l, Z, 3, 4, President I, Ilzlitor of State Paper Sharing Ir. 3, State President 4, llenorter 49 F.ll.1X. 2, 3, 4, Ref porter 2, Vice-President 3, Beporter 49 Debate Club 39 F.'I'.fX. Chaplain 49 Office Page I9 Xlonitor I: Student Council 2: School Critie 19 CollegefCareer Dav Hostess 2, 49 Student Covcl'mnent Ticket Committee 3, 49 Co .Editor of Cuzinon Spotlight 19 Brown Highlights, A1,u1iouAN Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Feature Editor 3, Co-Editor 4, Business Staff 2, 3, 49 Senior Poem Committee 49 Iunior Class Plat lVIake un Committee 39 Junior-Senior Refreshment Committee Co Clll3ll'll12ll1 39 Green Masquers 3. KENNETH LAMAR ISJDWARDS "'l'l1e 11111:rezIict11I1le rucr' of life will not lw 1111111 by the v'111111ing feet of men but I11' the maguificerit lmmls uf Curl." Hi-Y Convention 49 National Tliespians 3, 49 Bible Club I, 2, 3, 49 Latin Club l, 2, Secretarv 39 Nlonogram Club 2, 3, 49 Hit' I, Z, 3, 4, Chaplain 49 Green llasquers 3, 4: Bernd I, 2, 3, 49 Orchestra l, 29 Siage Crew 39 Session llouse Z: 'l'raL'It l, 2, 3, 49 lunior Varsitv Football 29 Varsity Football 3, 49 llomeroom Secretarv I, Vice-President 39 B1'01if11f Iliglt- lights, ,Xr,tx1toK,tN Iiiitorial Staff Reporter 39 Junior Class Flax' 39 Stuzlcnt Teacher 39 Swiiigsters 2, 3, 4. l3AhIONA Puavis EFIRD "ll cute cm11lfriz1ation ol sense ami nonsense. Cllntll.-X hlAXINE l:ftGGAR'l' 'Il smile is li light iii tht' iriinlnu' nf' :nur face that tells that ioiir Izmir! is ut lmimff' Supcrlatixc 4: libr.:ri' Club 3: i..X,gX. 4: Senior Class Supcrlativs' Commit cc 4: Stuzlcnt Cox'c1'imim'i1t Mascot Coin- mittcc' 4, Student citIVCfI1I110Ill llvcoration Committcc 4: Iunior Class Plav 3: Studi-nt Covurnincnt Scrapbook Chair! man 4: Junior Varsitx' liaslwtball 1, 2, Varsiti' Basketball 3, 4. -lunrrii ELEANOR FAU ST "ll ith Coll vzntliiug shall lm inipmsxilvlc." lhblc Club I. 1, 4. 4: Latin Club 2: C.,X.X. 3. 4, Plaidai at XK'.C.ll.X.C. 3: junior Class Plav Marshal, Publicitv Com' mittee 35 Monitor 3, 4: F.ll.A. 4: li.'l'.A. 4: 'l'riSci Club 41 First Aid Assistiznt 4: Studunt Covcrninvnt Dance Connnittcv Chairman 4: Stu cnt Covcrninunt l3ull4,'tin lloaixt Cbairinrn 4: Sililciit 'livacltvsr 4. REBECCA LXNNE Pon. "lust shirt lo sing us ion trirlcli' the thing that uziiizni ln' llumn will yuii'Il do il." Connncnccincnt Marshal 3: junior Classics Convention Dell'- gatc- 2: Football Sponsor 4: lll'L'l1Cl1 Club 2, 3, St'L'l't'i2llAV 3: Spanish Club 3, 4. Prusiclcnt 4: Latin Club I, 2, Vice Prcsi dent 2: l7.'l..X. 3. 4: llebatv Club 4: Tri-lliY 3, 4: Crcen Xlaxquurs 3: Nloniior I: Blznth ,Xssistant 4: lloxncroom Scon- tarx 3: Covditor Comma Simlliglit I: junior Class Plav 3: Stlult,-nt 'IK-.iclicr l. Z, 4, 4. 1 CJFREDA IAN l:0nn "fl smilz' is it light rm vuur face that sl1ou's 'lflllllll is in Your l1uu1'f." 'lriflli-Y Conxuntitn Deli-gate 3: State Bililc Club llctrcat Delegate 4: Xlixell Chorus Convention Iielt-gate 2: Thcspi- ans 4: Bible- Club I. 2. 4: Iaxin Club l. 2: Irivlli-X 1. 3. 4. Pri-sidcnt 3: Crccn Xla-qucrs 4, 4: Xlixvd Chorus l. 2. 3, 4. View-l'i'csidci1t 4: lirst .Kid Assistant 4: Monitor I: junior Varsitv Cliucrlcadcr 4: Siudvnt, Govcrninent Decoration Coin mittcc 4: Ilomcroom Prcsidt-nt 1, 'I'rt'asurer 3: Junior Class Plat' Cast 3: llramatics Class lllax' fXLlx'ui'tisliig Comniittcc 4, Xlarshal 3: Student luachei' 4. ALICE CAROL FOSTER "Stu'li' In slum' llzrsulf apprfu'sil num Gull, tl uvirlciiitiiz that izeulvtli not to be asliaifieii . . Sunurlnitixc 4: Yational 'lhcspian Societi 3, 4. llcporier 4: lliblc Club l, Z, 3: Latin Club 2, 3: C..-X.1X. 2: Tri-lli-Y I, Z, 3, Vice l'i'csiclvnt 23 lntcrstatc Convention 2: Green Masqucrs 3: Girls' Chorus l: Mixed Chorus 2: Monitor l, 3: llumcrooin llnssiilvlit l: Br11u'r1 Higliliglils, ,'Xl,auoKAN Staff llc' nortur 3. 4: Sfcnior Flowcr, Color Comniit'ue Chairman 4: ,lunior Class Plat' Cast. Commit vc 3: Dramatics Class Plax' Xlarshal. Ctzininitivv.-s 3. 4: Stuafont Teacher 2. 4: Junior' Scnior lltfyoration Comniittce 3: Svnior Class Chaplain 4: Camum Svotliglit Siaff I: Student Covcinina-nt Dance Dvco ration Committet- I: Facultv Play IX'I::rshaI, Cmnmiticvs 3. BARBARA lios'1'ER "Sur uilmt inu mmin and im'o11 whirl vnu suv." C.gX..X. 2. 3: Xlonitor l, 4: llotneruom Ofiiucr l, XVALTEP. liosTER "A 'wisz' man will limit' and will i11c1'eusz' his ll'll'l'1'l,i11fQ.H 110. Club 4. lovciz NALENE CiARRETT "lf ion L'ui1'l lvuut' 'i'm, ioin 'i'iu." Superlatixu 4: lrcnch Anard 3: Commencement Xlarshal 5: lrt-nch llub Z, 3, 4: F.'l,.X. 3, 4: Speerh Club 4: S.udcnt Il'L'2!Cl1CI Z, 3, 43 Monitor 4. ROY LEE Ci1BBONS "Letii't' tlzu xilwlcc for the saints: l rim lull ii uma." latin Club l: Intramurals I. LUTHER XVILSON CiIl.l.ON "Li1'1' is 1ifu1'll'i liifiiig, if you live ll good lift'." All-State Band 4: All-State Orc'lwstra 3, 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2. 3, 4: llomcrooni Pri-siilcnt 4: Senior Class Song Colninittcvg Swii15ytL'1's 3, 4. IIDVVARD ARMENIA ClOODNICIIT "SIn.'cess comms bv Ilvsirv mul irvivrgf' lJ.0. Club 45 Mixed Chorus l. , FLOYD lJAV1D CIOODNIGIIT III "l7IIci'1' rim' can ln' 17 liapyvy day if you make it, so." lVliXL'd Cll101'llS 4. PAIILINE RHINEIIARDT CIOODNIGHT "lI'lrvvi von lmvu flue rlesirv to work, Ilw inlv is half finished." l,oRI5'rTA HLIIKST CIREEN 'fhiirme um Minster rl grid' except lxivn tim! luis if." l.zmn Club I5 D.lu, Club 4. EDDIE CROWELL GLIRLEX' "A nwrra' lwurt doeth good like me wi1'rlicim'." Nzrtiomml Tlicsnizxns 45 Ilible Club 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 15 lli-Y l, 2, 3, 45 Green Masquers 3, 45 Sage Crew 3, 45 Sessiun llnuse I5 Intramurals I5 Hmmernnm President 2. 3: Plavs 4, 4. ANNA RUTII IIAIXIBY "A smile is IL light in Ilie 'wimlotif of your face that tells Llml Ifnur lierirl is ul l'lffI1T'Il'.H Bible Club I5 P.I-l..'X. 45 Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3. I IIELEN lVlARIE HARIILTDN ".YotlIing is impossible to 41 willing l1eai'!." junior Class Plat' Marshal 35 Bible Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 45 l7.H.A. 45 Girls' Chorus l5 Monitor I, 3, 4. lVlAR'I'HA PAYE VVILIIELM, IIARDIN "llappincxx is I1 perfrmie Ion cmivmr your on others Ivitlmut gurting a felt' drops on 1'0IIi'xelf." F,II.A. I, 4. LINDA JOYCE HARRINGTON "It ixn't what we have but wha! we url' that nmkvx life worth living." French Club 2, 35 F.II.A. 2, 35 D.E. Club 45 Tri-HIY 25 Monitor 15 Student Teaclier l. PATRICIA ClOLLEEN HARRISON "The g1'a.ml essentials uf linppiiwxs are S01HL'fl1iHl1 in ilu. sumenm' to lofve, mul snmetlzivzg to lmpe fur." Mm' Queen I5 Drumatics Club Play Marshal 35 State Biblc Club Retreat Delegate 25 Football Sponsor 45 Nntinnal 'flies- pian Society 45 Bible Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Li- brary' Assistant 45 Librarv Club 45 llnnieruolii Vice President 4: Green Musquers 3: F.T.A. 3. 45 Band l. 2. 3. 4: Xlninreltc 1, 2. 3, 4. C0 Chief 45 Monitor 45 Ilnmeruorn Vice President I: Cmmrm Spntliglit Stuff I5 Senior lilowcr Rml Colnr Cumrnit tee 45 Junior Class PlaV Cust 35 Publicity Committee 35 Proper' tics Committee 35 Fuuultv Plav Prompter 35 Student Tczwlici' I. Pux'i-Lts ANN llita1'soE "l.ot't' tmgl tlmru is no mon: for enrtg trust aml ilu-it' u'1ll lu' no tluulrlxg Imw faith and tlivre will lic no 110011 for worry." Football Sponsor 3. 4, llible Club I, 2, 3: Art Club 2: l.ibrarv Assistant Ig Xlixetl Chorus ,ig First Aid Assistant 4g llomeroom Seeretzzrx' I. Rox' Ilutznivu llftsiuws "l3- sure rou'r't' riglii, than go ulu-ml." El.1zA1s12'1'ii ELAINE lliiiaxis "IIT Cod shall supply' all your 1lUt'llS.I' liri llil Convention Delegate 4: Delegate tu Blue Ridge Xssemblv 25 Quill and Scroll 3. 4, 'I'zt-asurer 43 National Iliespian Soeietv 3. 4, Bible Club I, 2. 3. 4: Latin Club I, 25 I7.H.1X. 2, 'llri'lli-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain I, Secretary' 2, Il'l'C2lSIIl'Cl 5, President 4, Green Masquers 3, 4, Band I, 2, 'I. 4. Xlaiorette I, 3, 45 l.ab .Xssistant 43 Kloniton I: Treas- urer I: Student cillXL'I'I1lIIt'DI Dance Decoration Conn-nittee 2, 3: llornerooin President I. Secrelart' 4: Bmlwi lliglzliglits, .X1.Bu0tt.xN Business Staff 5, 4, Assistant Business Manager 4, Student Tcaelier I, 2: Junior Plat' Cast 3: Ilaeultv Plav Committee 5: Ilramzities Class Plat' Proinpler 5. SIARVIN l..xMoNi' llizmis "l.i1'v mtfl It-t Illia" lJ.O. Club 4: XII-nitor I: Junior Iarsitv liootball. il-ED EUGENE IIENDIIIX "'l'em'lr me mul cause me to zniclerstantl ivlzvreiu 1 lIHl'l' errt'tl." Bible Club I, 2, 3: Idreneb Club I: IJ.E. Club 49 Monitor 4, Student Cvmerniuent Dance Lotnniittee I: Intramurals I: Ilomerooin Vice President I, President 4, junior Class Play Publieitv Co-Cliairinang Student Tcaebcr I, 2, 3, 45 Vice- Presitlent Student Bodv 13 Vice-President Sophoinort- Class 2, ,Xssociate President D.Ii. Club -I: D.If. Class Seeretarv 4. IIEBECCA -loves lluvsox "Ile tlmt -2lIlI'll'llI, let lriun Ljlori in tlu' l,nrtl." Snnerlatives 45 llorneeoming Queen 4, Miss Ili Miss 4a fI0l'1'lI'I1l'l1L'Cl'l1CI1I Nlarsllal 33 Ilootball Sponsor 2, 4, llonor Socivtv 3, 4, Secretarv 4, Natirznal 'Ibespifn Sat-ietv 4, 4: Bible Club I, 2. KI: French Club 2. 3, YieefPresident -I' C,A.,X. -I: Trilli-Y I, Z. 3. 4, Vice President 4: Xlixerl Chorus 25 Orchestra I, Z, 3g Monitor I, Cheerleader 4, Sub stitute 3, Session House l, 45 Siutlenl Clovernnient Assemblv Cfominiitce 2, Student Government Social Cbr-irman 4, llome room Vice President fl: Student Teacher 45 Brouin Highlights. .XIJIIIIFKAY Editorial Staff 3, 4, Reporter R, .Xlumni Editor 43 Senior Class Iilower and Color Conirnittee 4: Junior flass Plav Cast 3, llramaties Class Play lXfIarsbaI 35 Publicity Com mittee 3, .Iunior-Senior Co-Chairman 3. liaimx' luoxms llomss "Hail grail! me the svrelrity In crccupit llre things wlzat-I1 I e14n1'mt clumge, courage Io elmnge 1l1a 1lii11.gs l com, :mtl Ihr' wisdom in lmou' the tllffk'I'L'1'lCC.H Bible C lub I, 23 Spanish Club 4: Xlonogram Club 4: Ili Y 4: Yatsitt Football 3, 4: Ttaclt 3. Domain LEE lIor,i.E1t "Tn be Il frivnrl is to Imre 11 f.I'lQlltl.U Intramurals lg IIi'Y: I.ab Assistant 15 Iootball I, 2: lloms room Treasurer Ig Student Teacher 2. 'lliioixms Cmnt lloimn ".Iui'Il1i1ig uwrllli' of doing is u'm'Il1 doing u't'll." lJ.l:. Club 4. l3n,i,a5 Cmtoi. Ilowano "Tn live for others." Dratnaties Plat Xlarshal 3: National lbespians 4, 4: Statm- liible Club Retreat Delegate 3, Bible Club 1, 2, 3, -Ig Green lVlHStIlIL'I'S 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 45 Lab Assistant 3, 4g Cheer leader 45 S.udt-nt Government Dance Coinlnittee 4, llomerooni Yieellresitlviit 43 F.'I'..fX. 4, 4, President 4. livEt,vN CAROL llUVVARD "l lcnou' not uflmt file fltlttre llolrls, but l know Hint wlm lmltls the l'I41f'l41'L'.H junior Class Plan' Mztrsltitl 3: Bible Club 2, 3, 4: Latin Club I, 2: D.l-i. Club 4. illitor-Promotion Xlzmztger 4: Moni- tor I, 2: Session House. .LARRY CRAVEN l'lOWARD "Pufit't1ct' ond ptwtetict' alttutys pm' off." Bible Club l: D.0. Club 4: Xloniror 1: Yarsitx' Bztslwtbnll 2, 4, 4: junior Yitrsitv lootbttll l: Ilomeroom President 1: Student Teaelter 2: Cmzttrut Spotlight Staff l. CvRACE ADA llUFFlXIAN "Coil slntll be ut: ltope, my stor, mt guide, tool Itmtertt to int' fuer." Sttperlzilivcs 4: United Nations VVot'ld Peziee Contest Win- ner 3: cl4ll'l11l1L'l1CClllClll lX'lztrshztl 3: Stole ,Bible Club Retreat Delegate 3: Miss llrowrt Iligglt 4: Miss Merrv Christmas 4: Honor Societt' 3, 4: Bible Clttb 2. 3. 4: D.li. Club 4: Student Council 4: Colleg1eCztreer Din' Hostess 4: Honteroont Officer 2, 3, 4: Student Tetteber 2, 3, 4: Senior Com- mittc 4. NllARILYN ClAY llUFFSTE'l'LER "U'lottsout'er te dn, do till to tlte glory' of God." Sttperltitivc 4: State Bible Clttb Retreat Delegate 4: Nu- tionztl Tltespittn Soeietv 3, 4: llible Club 4, 'l'reasttrer 4: li.'l'.A. 3, 4: Bond I: Lulu Assistant 4: Student Government D-mee Committee 4: Vnrsitv Bttsketbztll Mzittztger 2. 3: llome- roont Treitsttret' 3, Vice-Presiclent 4: lirotrtt Highlights. gXI' uRok.tv Business Stuff 4: junior Class Plot' Publieitx' Com- mittee 4: Green Mztsquets 4. lVlARY ELLEN l'lucHEs "ll'lntf tot! tteetl turist tml um fini wt tour knees Bible Club I. U' f' SY1.vtA JEAN 'IARRETT "'l'otiuv well lived makes everv yesterday tr til'L'tI111- of lmp1vi11t'ss mol every to111o1'1'ott' a vision of l1,npe." Bible Club 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: C.A.A. 4: llirst Aid Xssiet: nt 4: Monitor 4. JAMES EDWARD jo11NsoN H'-,ll'lI'1'l' is 170 1771411 so friemiless lout wlmt: hu crm'1, find ot frienrl xineere mmugl: tn tell him diszzgwertlole tl'11tl1s." Xntionzil Thespian Societv 3. 4: Bible Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2: Debate Club 3: Ili-Y I, 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 1, Con' vention Delegate 3: Green Masquers 3, 4: Stage Crew 3: Proiectionist 2, 3, 4: junior Varsity Football 2: llorneroom 'Treasurer I, 2: junior Class Play Cast 3: Publicity Commit- tee 3: Fztcultv Plztx' 3: Publicitv Committee 3. JUDY CIRAWFORD jottNsoN "Love and their' is no 1'fIO'I'l1i for e11t'1'." Junior Class Plztv lVlttrshal 3: Latin Clttb 1, 2: D.ll. Club 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2: Monitor 3, 4: Brown Highlights. .'xl.BROK,tN Editorial Stuff 3, 4, Reporter 3, Homeroom Editor 4. MARCIE LORETTA jo11NsoN "TO tltiuc mwzself be 1ft'14:e." French Club 2. 3: Bible Club 2: Nlonitor 4. PATRICIA ANN ClARTER JONES "'l'lw grmul essentials of l1ftl1717'i1'l4'SS tin' SO'l17l'tI1'1t3 lo low, SUllll'll'li11ASf to do, and so111c'tl1i11g to hope fur." Intramurals l: Footbrll Sponsor Z: Quill and Scroll 3, 41 Bible Club l, Z: Librurt' Club l: G.,fX.,fX, 2, 3, Plat' Dux' at 'vV.C.ll.N.C. 2, 3, Renorter 3: Monitor l: Student Covcrnntent Couneil llenrcsetttztive 1: Student Government Dttnee Ref Frcsbtnent Chairmam Ig Homt-rotmt Presiclent 3. Secretttrv 2, 4: Brotvn I-1iglt.IigI1rs, ALHROKAN Eflitorizvl Siafl' 2, 3, 4, Rc- porter 2, Cirl's Sports Editor 3, Co-lizlitor 4: Senior Class Motto Committee 4: Student Teacher l. 2, 4. Main' K.xTuE1zx Kigrutxs "Xu realli' great person ever lliuugllt liimself so." SHIRLEY JXNN IQELLY "Coil is my refuge mul strengllif' Commencement Marshal 3: Delegate to Tri-Ili-Y Conven- ' 'ble Club -I Litin Club I 7 lrillil I 2 1 -I nun I: Ih : 1 . -: ' I'i'esirIen! I, Chanlain 3. 4: Delegate tu Illue llinlge Xssemblt' 3: Xli nitur I: Senior Sunerlutive Committee SIlILIl'l1l Teacher 2: Office Page -I: Student Government 'lxpist -lg Duplication Club -I. BRENDA SUE KERLEY "I.ii'L' mill lu! live." Ilible Cflub 25 Spanish Club 3, Cl.,'X..X. l. 5, junior Class f Nlrrnnun ALLENE IXETNER "lI'l1eu the Our' Cireul Scorer armies to mark against vmr IIIJYIIUI III' asks nut if vm it-on or lost but lion' ton pluierl the Aguirre. ' National llunor Soeieti' 2, 3. -I, Secretary 3, Chaplain -I: Delegate to National Ilunnr Societt' Convention lg Quill anal Scroll 3, -I. Seererarx 4: Superlative -Ig Sub junior XYoinan 4: Spelling Contest XYinner lg Nlagavine Sale XVinner 3, Coin meneement Nlarslial fl: Bible Club l, 2, 3, -I: Delegate to State Convention -I: Latin Club I: C..-LA. 2. 3, -I, Point Reeorrler 5, President -I: Play Dax' at lV.C.U.N.C. 2. 3. -I1 Green Masquers 3: Girls' Varsity Basketball Team 2, 3, -I. Co-Captain -I, .XIIConI'erence Team 3, All-Tournev Team 3: Monitor I, 2, 3, Yiee-President 1, College-Career Dai' lluste ess -Ig Sturlent Kioverninent Dance Decorating Committee -Ig llonieroom Presirlent -I: Vice-President Z: Brown lliglzliglits, Ar,rmoKAN Ilrlitorial Staff 3, -I, Reporter 3, Girls' Sports lirlitor 4: junior Class Secretary, Junior Class Play IXIake-up Committee 35 Olliee Page 43 Banking -Ig Seniur Class Mas- cot Committee Cibairmau 4, Student Teacher I, 2, 3, Stu- dent Secretary -Ig Seniorflunior Refreshment Committee 4. iliav, l'RANCES LOUISE KIDD "'I'l1r' ,Qnlml exxmltiuls of l1a'ppi14,ess are SU1'I1L'll'Ii1l,Q 111 do, someone to love, and sometlzing to hom: fur." Snelling Contest Ig Bible Club lg Library Club I, Session Y Ilouse I, Dupliealiun Club 49 Student Teacher I, 3, 4. SARAH Loursn Kninagv "1 had 'l'0I1fl1U7' be small :mil shim' lllzm lurge ,IIIVI IVIY WAYNE KIDD 111111 CIM H SlHH1fI'll'-H "Seek ye firsl Ihr' lzi'r1g1olo111 of God, ami all Ilrese iliings Ilible Club 2, 4, G.A.A. 3, 49 Library Club I5 Play Day at NIMH IW added IWHO 7'0"4'-U VIl.C7.lI.I?.C. 33 Monitor 43 junior Class I'lay Publicity Com' llilylr- Club 45 Ili-Y 4, mittee ., Nomus VVEYIVIAN Knnn "I Iulzw lifu easily and have 17,0 1'lig7't'TS.U l3AmsA1zA ANN KING DEXXVEXV AIA-K IXETNER ' "lure each dm' 'iritlz a smile." II 11110 WU luv, l1'f U5 INV- Iloim-room Yiee-Presirlent 1, Secretarv 24 Bible llulx I: Spanish Club -I, D.li. Club 4. l,ibrarv Club I: I.II.X. 2: Monitor -I. LiNnA IRENE Kim: "Fur ii-itli Gutcl nothing shall be im1mstilwle." Junior Class Plat' hlarshal 3, Delegate to Tri-lli-Y Conf vention I, Football Sponsor 2, Bible Club 1, 2, 3, CJLA. 3: Librarv Club 1, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 3, 4, VieefPresident l, Treas- urer 4, First Aid Assistant 3, Student Council 1, Session llouse 2, 4, College-Career Dat' llostess 2, Student Govern- ment Danee Committee l, 3, Junior Varsitv Basketball 2, lirnwn lliglzlights, ALls11oitAN Business Staff 3, 4, Advertising Manager 4, Student Teaeher 2, 3, Cuimou Spotlight Staff. FLAY STEVEN KISER "l,m'e lo one, friemlsliip to nmmf, good will tn ull." Bible Club l, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, lliY l, 4, Stage Crew l: Proieetionist l, 2, Junior Varsity Football 2, Track Manager 2, llomeroom Officer l, 2. lJA'I'R1C1A ANNETTE KLUTTZ "l'tl rutliur lu: small unzl sliimf, than large tzml east u slmtlow, tix little things are often the big things in life." Football Sponsor 4: Miteil Chorus Marshal 3, National Thespian Soeietv 4, Bible Club l, 2., 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, 3, lS.l"l.fX. 1, 2, 5, TriSei Club 2, 3: 'l'riAIli-Y 5, 4, Green Masquers 3, Band l, 2, 5, 4: Tumbler l, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, Orchestra 5, 4, College-Career Day Hostess 4, llomeroom Seeretarv I, Cmmrm Spotliglif Staff l, junior Class Plat' Cast 3, Properties Commitiee 3, Malxealp Commit' tee 3: Costumes Committee 5: Dramaties Class Plav Proper- ties Committee 3, Stu ent 'l tzeher l, 1, 4. -lANE Euumtss KN1c:11'i' "I ermipliiinetl that l lmrl no shoes, until I mel ti :moi BARBARA JEAN LAMEEa'i' I mn cz 'ymrt of all tlrut I have met," lull.,-X. 2, Tri-Ili-Y l, 4, Session House I, llomeroom President Z, 'lreasurer 4, Student Teaeher l, 2. SAVILLA lX'lADELlNE LAWING "fl smile will gn ll long way." Latin Club I, Librarv Club 1, 2, 4, Guidance Assistant 5, llomcroom Officer 1. CiARY PHILLIP LEDBETTER "ll'l1o can sm' he is in need?" Football lg Student Covernment Decoration Ciolnlnittee 4, Art Club 2. 'louis IXLLEN LEE "lt is better, if the will of God be so, thu! Te suffer for well doing, than for evil lining." Bible Club 2, Spanish Club 3, Latin Club 2, Speech Club 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Band I, lls,meroc,m Treasurer Z. THOMAS W. LENTZ Helter to realize tlmn to cu111prrmiise." llli. Club 2, 3, l7.0. Club 4, President 4, llomerooln Seeretarv 4. Lots YVONNE LEONARD who had rm feel." "lexus, others, limi you is ti twintleifzil tem' In spell ima' l7.ll..X. 2. Bible Club l, 4, Spanish Club- 5. Lou1sE LEVVIS "Ima mul llicre is no mum fur envy: Ilan' fuith uml theft' will Ive lm nuvtl for unrrtf' Iloinvroom Officer 3: junior Claus Platt Alarslml. NANCY ELIZABETH Lotxmx "IVE tm' slmpetl uml ftaslzionerl In' wlzut we Iona" Q National ilbespianb Societt 3. 4. Nice Prcsiglgnt l-ILA Bibli- Llub 1. 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3: I-.lI..-X. 2: In-Hi-X I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2: Crcun Nlztsqucrs 3, 4: Bzinil 1, 2, 3, 4: Sponsor 3, 4: Session House 2: junior Class Play Stutlent Dircctor: Make-up Clominittccg Faculty Plav Propcrtics Chair man 3: Drzimntics I'Iav Properties C'Imirmun 3: Student Tcucltur 4. VVu.t,1AM RAY LONG UIVIW L'an'L life's pmlvlums ltil 145 when 'lUBl'I'l' xovwzlcuri and know CI'l'l'1'llli1'ljl?U Spanish Club 3. 4: Tri-Sci Club 4: IIiY l, 2: Hoinvroom Preaiclv.-nt 2. .IoE LEE Lowmw "It is lwtter to light u cmnllc than to cursz' the LltIYkllPS5.l Sttpcrlatiu' 4: Hi Y Yice I'11-sizlcnt 4: Mixed fhorus: Home room Yice I'n.-sident. PtosE lVIAR1E Lv1.Es HPflI1'L'1' is thu lwst wnimlv fur every lI'0I4l7lL'.H D.E. Club 4. I VIERESA ANN IYICLEAN Hlllllill Ivtmzimf rloth make tliev mmf." Illl. Club 4: Monitor 3, 4: Office Page l. PATRICK VVAYNE lXICLEoD Hliluswll urv tlzev tlmt go urouml in ein-les, for lliut' slmll lm cullctl wI1cvIs." Superlzuiw 4: .XII-State llnnd 4: Latin Club 1: Art Club I, 2: D.lp. Club 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3: Truck lg llomcroom Officer 3. JAMES DIXVID MCCOAIBS "I um ilu ull things tlirougli Clzriwt who SfI'L'llgfIll'lIl'lll mv." llilwlu Club I: Fruncb Club Z, 3: Monitor I. 1 REBECCA IXATHLEEN lX"lAStJN "Let Conn' ivlmt HIll1"llll tlo mx' best." junior Llziss Plan Xlarslml 3: IDL-In-gate to Trillil' Con xcntion 2: Bible Club I, 3, 4: I'.ll.A. 2, 3, 4, Librurx Club I, 2, 'llriIIiY l, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain I, Tri-:tsurcr 25 Scssion llousc 2: ColIcgr'C1u'cer Dany llostvss 2: Ilomcrooin 'I'rt-ustircr I: junior Class Plan' Publiciiv Committee 3. Baoums EUGENE AIASSEY "Do unto otlmers as you would Imve Ifl'MZ'I'I'lt do 'lwlto your." CLE. Football Contest 4: Countv Football Team, Southern Piedmont Conference Team 4: Key Club 4: Monogrmn Club 2, 3, 4: Ili-Y 4: Session Iluuse 4: Junior VnrsitV Ifootball I: Valrsitv Football 2, 3. 4. EVELYNE 1XI.vERE'I"I'A lXlATHIS "Life, lie cruziiwl for ull. Live it." lliblc Club 1, 25 Tri-Ili-Y 19 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Governmcnl 'Dance' Committee 49 IIO1nL'1'Oom Vice' Pri-sirlem' 2, junior Class Play Publicity Coinmittcc 3. PRISCILLA JUANITA MEDLIN "I ,Qr1uul'1leol lorwilusc I limi no shoes imlil I saw ll 111.0111 with no fem." Libra ry Clu b 2. llERlX'lAN CLAYTON lVl1DDLETON "The lips of the wise lllSj7L'1'SC lmrnvledgu, 11141 the lzcurt of the foolish doeth. not so." ll1f1'H1D1lI'4llS lg Laurin Club 33 D.O. Club 3, 45 lVl01'10L11'Hlll Club 4: Ili-Y 4: Varsitv liootbull 3, 4: llusebull 2: Home rouni Treasurer 4. LINDA M1.I.LS "I know 1101. wlmff tlw fIf!1-1M'l? holds, hui I lmow 'lfl7lfI,0 lmlcls 1l1e f'lll1l1'e?.H Bible Club 1. 2: Xlonitor 4: Offiu- Page I. MAIXION LORRAINE MOON "l can dn all tliiaigx 1.l11'o14.gh Clwis1 which s11'engthi'11cth mv." Football Sponsor 31 Biblr- Club l. 2. 33 G.A..'X. 34 D.li. Club 4: Tri-HiAY l, 2, 3g Mixed Chorus 2, Girls' Chorus I: Iunior Vursitx' Cheerleader 45 Biisketball 2. 35 llomeroom Scurcturv l. llELEN COLEEN lX"l00RE "l47c uiulee a living by zvlzut wi' get, but we make a life by what wr' give." 'Bible Club l, 25 Lulin Club 25 D.E. Club 43 Tri-llifY 23 Olficc Page lg Moniloi' 35 Supcrlutivc Uomrnilicv 43 Sturlcnt lisaclwi' 3. PllHO1VlAS lVlITCIflELL lVlO0RE HF1'UL'l'jf ye l'm1'i: ruurfiifeol, fruuly givin" Suncrlntive 4, lI0ll01' Society 3, 4, President 4g Key Club 45 Bible Club 4: 'liri Sci Club 4: Bcta Hi-Y 2. 3. 4. Secretarv 2, Vice President 3, President 49 Hi-Y Convention Delegate 4: Band l, 2. 3, 45 Orchcstra -lg Session Hnusc 45 College- Carccr Dnv Ilost -lg Student Teacher 35 Student Government Finance Conunitiue 4. -lum' ClHRISTINE lXlURGAN "Tu have ll frieml is lo be u friend." PHYLLIS ANN MOIKIIIS "A ilirmkful lmart is not only the greulust 1'i1'lUl' 11:41 thi' parent uf all utlicr I'irt1wx." Tri-Hi-Y I, 2g Sluclvnt Tcuclxer l. CLINTON ARTHUR MORROW "lin up your treasures in llum'e1I." Spanish Club 3: Proiuctionist 2: Truck 1. 2: lIlI1'lllhlIl1llS, CO-Captain l. ROBBIE ELLEN Moss "IL is better to be silent mul tlzonglil a fool tlmiz to 11111111 1'o1i1' 111011111 and reinore all zio14l1t." Bible Club 1, 4: 1i.Il..X. 4: Librarx Club 4: Yarsitx Bas' lietball Z, 3, 4. ,lov ELIZABETH lV1uR1'HY "Divine lore aluurs hos inet and alufars will mee! eiterv 11111111111 need." Drzunaties Class Plas' Marshal 3: Bible Club 2: Tri-11i-Y 1, 3. 4, Seeretarv 3. Delegate to Convention 4: Green Klasquers 3: Hoineroom VicefPresident Z. Seeretarvflreas- urer 3: Iunior Class Plav 3: Student Teacher 3, 4. SARA LEE lViUR11AY "1l'lien lore mul skill work together expect o masterpiece." Superlative 4: Odd Fellows' Youth Pilgrimage 3: Bible Club l, Z, 4, Pianist 4, Delegate to Cheraw 4: '1'ri'Sei Club 3: fllixezl Chorus 2. 3, Pianist 2, 3: Lab Assistant 41 Senior Class Song Committee 4: Student Teaclier 4. NANCY JANE lV1YERS "'I'rusting Cori l tlmnk lliwz, uml tlzunkirig Him, l take courage," Superlatives 4: Naiional lhespian Societv 3, 4: Bible Club 1, Z, 3, 4, Yieef1'resitlent 3, President 4: State Bible Club Retreat Delegate 2, 3, State Seeretarv 4: Tri-Ili-Y I: lireneli Club 2, 3, 4: Green Xlasquers 3, 4: Band l. 2. 3. 4: Alaiorettc 1, Sponsor 2, 3, 4, Secretaw 4: Student Council 3: Point Board Committee 4: Session llouse 3, 4: College-Career Dax' llostess 3, 4: Student Government Dance Committee 3: Iuniorvsenior Entertainment Co-Chairman 3: llomerooni President Z: Brown Highlights. 1XI.llR0KAN Business Staff 2, 3. 4, Assistant Advertising Manager 3, 4: Senior Superlative Committee 4: junior Class Plav 3: Dralnaties Class Plat' 3: llav Court Attendant 3: Teachers Plav Marshal 3. ARTHUR B. Nonnrs 'H-1 little leariziitg is u tlangeroux thing." lli-Y 1: llolnerooin Officer 3: Session House 2. JAMES EDYVARD OATES "A fonl's nioiitlii is his tlfL'Sl1'14l'lll17'l.H lli-Y 4: 11.0. Club 4. PATRICIA IXNN OVERCASH "Of all the iovx that 1 recall, being in love is lvest of all." Bible Club 3. 4: F.1l.,X. 2, 3: llomerooni Seeretarx' 2. 'TED SEAFORD CJVERCASH Hlfwrrtliing ix as Ton take it." Kev Club 3, 4, Yiee-Presiclent 4: Bible Club 3, 4: Green Masquers 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4: Orchestra 1, 3: Swingsters 3, 4: Varsitv Basketball 2. 3: Track 2: lloineroom President 3. 4: Junior Class Plat Cast 3: Senior Class Song Committee 4. lrixlaw LAURENCE PARKER "l knnu' in irlxouz l have l1eliei'ed." Superlative 4: Citizen of the Month 4: Key Club Convention Delegate 3: State Bible Club Retreat Delegate 3: Key Club Z, 3, 4, President 4: Bible Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Chori- ster 4: Spanish Club 3. 4: Xlonogram Club 3, 4: lli-Y 4: 17.T,.'X. 3, 4, Vice President 3: Junior Band 1, Drum Major 1: Senior Bantl 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Drum Maior 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Swingsiers 4: Co1lege'Career Dav llost 2. 3, 4: Intra- murals l: junior Varsitx' Basketball 2. Yarsitv Basketball 3: 'fraek Team 3, 4: llomerooin President 1, Yiee'1'resident 2: Session House 3: Brown lligl1,l1,g111x, A1,nRol4AN Business Staff 2, 3, 4, Circulation Manager 4: Senior Song Chairman 4: Office Page 4: junior-Senior Co'Chairman 3: Student Cov- erninent .lsseniblv ciUll'1I1lillCL' 3, Ticket Committee 4: Iunior llotarian 4, IOAN lXiARlE PATE "ln, ull tlw tmivx-ueknoutlerlge l1i111, uml llc sliall direct your 11a1l1s." r1ll'1l1'lSi-0l'I6Ci from New llanover Iligli Sellool, VVilinington 3: Bible Club 4. ELSIE LOUISE PAYNE "'l'm1m' well lived makes every 'yesteroiay az dream of liuppiiiess and even' tomorrow a vision. of hope." Superlativc 45 Vullev liorge Convention Delegate 35 Bible Club 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Monitor 45. Session llouse 25 Homeroom Officer 45 Brown Highlights, AL131tolcAN Editorial Staff 3, 4, Reporter 3, Club Editor 4, The Duilv Independent Correspondent 45 Speech Club 4. Vice-President 45 Senior Motto Connnittee 45 Student Teacher 4. EDNA RUTH PENNELI. "ln ull HW wzufs acknowledge Him, mmol, Ile shall direct thv paths." Speech Club 4. EULANE ELIZABETH PENNELL "fl service to mum is u service to God." I7.E. Club 4. ELDON Munro' PETREA 'Rl good reputation is more ifaluuhle than money." Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 Monogrnin Club 2, 3, 45 llifl' 2. JACKIE POSTON "Tire guilty riog harks first." Session House 4. IERRY .Esrus POTEAT "Profit and' i!7iC11,t!f'i-17 yourself by others' mistakes." Monograrn Club 2. 45 Hi-Y I5 Varsitv Basketball 2, 3. 4, Co-Captain 45 junior Varsity' Football 25 Student Teacher 4. VONCILLE ALLEN RANDOLPH "Now olbialeth faith, hope, imfe . . . But the greatest of these is low." Orchestra 1, 25 Bible Club 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 3: F.'I'.A. 35 Football Sponsor 35 Horneroom Secretzlrv 2: Junior Cluss Plav Properties Committee Chairman 35 Facultv Plas' Properties Committee 35 Mixed Chorus 4.- iwlELVlN RAPE "Success is not meaxmfed in ievmx of material wealth alone." Junior Rutarizln 45 Honor Socielv 3. 4: Kev Club 3. 4. 'Treasurer 45 Bible Club 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Monogram Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Monitor 15 Session House 35 College-Career Day Host 45 Student Government Finance Committee 45 Vursilv Football 3, 45 Junior Vnrsilv Football 25 Track 2, 3, 45 Senior Class Treasurer 4. RICHARD STEVEN REESE "lz's more worthy to deserve hrmm' than to possess it." Hifi' 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Convention Delegate 45 National These oiun Soeietv 45 Bible Club Z, 35 Latin Club 25 'TrifSci Club 35 Green Masquers 3, Stage Crew 3. 4: Plavs 3. 4. NANCX' CAROL 111011 "lf von emft fimi a u'm'. make one." Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Teacher 2. CARL SINIITH RICHARDSON, IR. "I flare tio all that may became ti num." Convention Delegate I: Thespians 3. 4: Bible Club I. 2: Spanish Club 4: Latin Club l: D.O. Club 4: Ili-Y 1, 2: Green Xlasquers 3, 4: Stage Crew 3: Proiectionist 4: Cheer- leader 4: Session House 1: Track I: IlOl'lll'i'0OI'I1 Officer I: Plays 3: Student Teacher 1: Intramurals l. lX'l1CHAEL LEE RICHARDSON "If I cannot do ,great things, 1 can do small. things in a ,grunt wav." Superlative 4: Bible Club 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Hi-Y 4: Stage Crew 4: Track Team 1, 2: Homeroom Officer. VIRGINIA ROBINSON wllll!114f.fl1f the rocks are rough, still I climb fm' u b'I'iQhll'1' tomorrow." Transferred from Landis High School 4: French Club 4. TOMMY VVARREN ROGERS "Curl first, others xvcmul, self lust." junior Varsity football I, 2: Yarsitv Football 3: Baseball 2. 3: llnmeroom Officer 1, 2, 3: Band 1, 2. SHELBY JEAN Ross "1 winplainetl when I had no shoes until l met a mam who hail no feet." Office Page I: Junior Varsity Basketball l: Varsity Basket- ball 2. 3, 4. CoCapmin 4. AlARY EVELYN ROWLAND "l enmpltiivzeil lrecuuse I hail no shoes, until I met u man with no feet." Dramaties Class Plat' Marshal 3: National 'lihespian So- ciett' 3, 4: Bible Club l, 2, 3: Nlixed Chorus l, 2: Blonif tor I, 2: Green Masquers 3, 4: Student Government Dance Committee 2, 3, 4: llomeroom Secretary 2: Faculty Play Makeup Committee 3: Junior Class Play Properties 3: junior- Senior Decorating Committee 3, 4: junior Class Play Publicity Committee 3: Tri-lli-Y l, 2, 4. LINDA KATHLEEN SEAMON "Lore, then tlierek im mom for euvt'-" Bible Club 4: Latin Club 3: TriAHi-Y 2: Band 2. 3. BOBBY RUSSELL "A serrici' to man ix ti service to Coil." CiLENNA HALI, SHAVER "Of all the joys that I recall, lacing in love is the best of all." Student Teacher 2, 3. IVIAROARET VIRGINIA SHELTON "A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver." Superlative 4: Senior Class Courtesy Honor 4: Sub-junior XYonian 4: Football Sponsor 3: Thespians 3, 4: Bible Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Secretarv 3: Spanish Club 3: Library Club l: Tri-lli'Y 1, 2, President 2: Girls' Chorus lg Monitor I: Session Ilouse l, Chairman of Constitution Committee I: Student Government Dance Decoration Chairman 1: Hotne- room Vice President l, Secretary 4: Cannon Symtlight Staff l: AI.1xRoIcAN, Brown Ilighlights Business Staff 2, 3, 4, Busi- ness Manager 4: Senior Class Song Committee 4, Social Chairman 4: Junior Class Play Publicity Chairman 3: junior Class Play Marshal 3, Business Chairman 3: Junior-Senior Invitation Committee Chairman 3: Secretary Sophomore Class 2: Treasurer junior Class 3: Delegate State Bible Club Retreat 3: May Uav Attendant 3: Office Page 4: Banking 4. LARRY WILLIAM SHEPHERD "ll'lwn' llwrifs :I will ll1arI"s it wm'-" lliblrs Club l, 3, -lg latin Club I, 2, 3g Tri Sci Club 3g lli-Y l, 1, 3, -l, YlL'L"l,TCSlllL'I1l 3: llomeruom Treasurer 3, President -lg Brown lligliliglztx, ALIIROKAN Business Staff 2, 3, 4. BARBARA IXNN SHERRILL "ll1t'7'L"S it time mill a place fm' u1'er1'tl1i1zt1." Bible Club lg lircncli Club 2. 3: Monitor -lg Student lcaulwr 4. ARNOLD DAVID SIIINN "Lun51lt antl the 'world ltmgilzs 'with yang cry uml Wm cry !lU11L'.U Monitor 3, -l. lUD1TH ERWIN SHINN "l will fiml ll wut' or mailer' Ona." l7.ll.A. -l. KAY FRANCES SHNTIXIONS Hlfxpcrierzce is the lwxt teI1chI'r." Bible Club l, 2, Student Covernment Dance Committee lg junior Class Plat' Makeup Committee, Publicity Committee 35 Senior Class Plat' Publicitt' Committee 3. VIRGINIA ANNETTE SHXUXIONS "fl smile is a light in ilu' wimlow of Your fact' llmt tells that vrmr heart is uf lItHllL'.', Librarv Club l, -lg Monitor 3. LARRY EUGENE SLOAN "To err is hu1mII1g to forgive is Ilit'im'." Sunerlative -lg State Bible Club Retreat Delegate lg llonoi Socielv 3, -lg Kev Club -lg Bible Club 1. 2, 3, -lg Debate Club 3, Vice President 3g Green Masqucrs 3g Monitor 2, 3, 4g Student Council -lg College-Career Dav Host -lg Junior Senior Refreshment Committee CO-Chairman 3g Ilumeroom Treas- urer 4g Junior Class Plat' Cast, Properties Committee 3g Stu- tlent Teacher 3g junior Class Vice President 3g Point Board -l. MARGARET CATHERINE SLOOP "Be careful lion' Wm live. You nmt' he the only liilfrlc some people ever retail." junior Class Plav Marshal 3g Ilomemom Treasurer 3: Spanish Club -l. Chaplain 3. MAX CONRAD SLOOP "Not uihether 1 wrm or lost but how I pltwetl the ,QLH11L'." Superlative -lg illonotgrrin Club Z, 3, -lg Varsitv Foutball 2, 3, 4g Honorable Mention "All State", All South Piedmont Conference, All Cabarrus Cuuntv, Football "All Stars" 3, 49 Track 2. 3. -l. CAROL SMITH "For sIu'L'I'Ss tn11Im't'ow, Study toLlt11'." Commencement Marshal 3g Bible Club lg Freneh Club 2, 3g F.T..fX. 3, -lg Hotneruom Seeretarv -lg Stuilent 'leaclter l. GLENDON CARLYLE SAIITII "Yhf're is nn rose uiitlmut llmrnsf' Transferred from New Ilanover High Schunl 4: D.O. Club 4. JEAN ELLEN SAIITII "The Inu tn get rill uf Imir enemies is to :make friemlx with tlIe11I." Fontball Sponsor 3, 4, .Vlcpnitur l, 4, Office Page 39 Sus sion llnuse 35 Cnllegeifareer Dav Hostess 35 Librarv Club lg Student Teacher 4: llumernum Treasurer l, Vice-President 2, Spanish Club 2. 3, 4, Renurter 3: Bible Club 1. 2, 3. 4: CL.A..X. 2, 3, 4, Plat' Dax' al XY.l'.Ll.N.C. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 5, Yiee-President -lg Senior Class Iluwer and Color Committee 49 junior Class Plan' Make up cllbllilllll ee 3. lIlXllXIY LEE SAIITII "QuiIters nvrer win Inn! winners never quit." Bible Club l, 2, lreneb Club 1, 3: lliY l, 2, 3, 43 Speech Club 4: Band l, 2, 3. 4g Proieulionist 33 Varsity Basketball Manager 2: lntrI:muruls lg llomerumn Officer l, 4: Office Page l. PATSY ROCHELLE SBIITH "llnl.fl up un' guinqs in Thi' puths that nn' footxteps xlip nut." Bible Club 1, 2, 3, D.Ii. Club 4, Vice-President 43 Latin Club 2, F.ll.A. 2, 3: Tri lliY 2, 35 Nlcznilnr l, 2, fl, Seere lar? Munilnr Cnuneil l: Session House 2. 3g Cnllege-Career Dax' llustess 3: llnineruum Vice Presiilent I. DONALD LEE SNIPES "TUl,lft11' is the tomm'mw that you 'nlorrirfd about qfesLe1'41.a7f." D.O. Club 43 Stage Crew 2: Student 'leather 33 Shop l, 2. 3. 4. ALICIA MARIE Sonaovv "I erm do all things through Christ which SfTl'HvQflll'Ht'fll me." Bible Club l: French Club 2. 35 Lihrarv Club lg Tri-Hifl' 2g F.T.A. 3, 4, Vice-President 49 Guidance Assistance 45 Monitor 1, 3, Session llnuse 15 llomeroom Officer 25 Banking 4. DON CLEVELAND SPRINKLE 'fTl1in,qs are 100141111 to I'I,G171'lC'1'L, wha' 1I1orr'1f? lfl'?T1'll1i1'l,Q CDYVIUS to him who waits, wlw hurry?" Stage Crew la D.O. Club 4, .Xssistnnt Treasurer 4. EFIRD lVl1LLS STACK "fl frieml is valuuhleg lmmlle him carefully." Transferred fruni Landis 3. LARRY JENNINGS STACK "T04lm' we follmeg mmorrmv we lead," Suncrlative 45 Session llnuse 35 lrlmneronm Vine President 4. MINNIE OLA STAMEY "I press fnnfanl the mark for ihc 'prize of the high culling of Coil in Christ jesus." Bible Club lg F.ll..X. -l. Inns JEAN STATON "Silence is for the sui11ls5 I pmt only lmu'm11.." Curtis lioundation .Xward 25 CHX..-X. 2, 3. 45 Bible Club 45 D.l". Club 4: l.ibrari Assistant I. L1NDA ciBEY STATON "Do unto others us You would have them tln unto imc." l'.l-I..X. 4. CAROLYN SANDRA STEPHENSON "jesus first, utlzem seeoritl uml xrmrself lust, is iz uvnztlerfnl wut' to spell ,lOY." Duplicating Club 35 Art Club 2, 35 Junior-Senior Deeora tion Committee Co-Cliaiimali 35 ,lunior Class Play Marshal NANCY CAROL STRICKLAND "None needs it smile so much us lie who bus no 1'llIll'L' to give." Girls' Chorus I5 Ilible Club I. lDAVID PA'i'R1c:K SVVEENEY NlVC'lft't' ui1pn'1m1'etl." Varsity Football l, 2, 35 Monogram Club l, 2, 35 Mixed Chorus l. 2. 3: Sp:nisb Club 4: D.If. Club 4. l'rcsi:lt-nt 4: Basketball Manager l: Baseball M1-imager' 3: Student Yeaeber 4, lDOROTHY JEAN VTAYLUR "He can trim tliiltks lie emi." llible Club l. 2. 3. 45 F.ll.A. 45 Monitor 4: Spanish Club 45 junior Class l'laS l'ubliei.x' Committee 3. CARROLL lVlClDOWEI,L VFEINIPLETON "Little things ure often. the hig things of life." Football Sponsor 35 Bible Club 25 Band l, 2, 35 Nlaiorette lg Band Sponsor 3: Ilomeroum Vice President l. ROBERT BRIGHT UBOBBYH lUCKER "Time waits for no 01182 it's tlie clomls tlmt pass ln. Let's not waste il precious 7Nl711l011f.,' Bible Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 lXlOnograni Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 Track l, 2, 3, 45 llomeroom Vice- Presitlent 2. 35 State Bible Ulub Retreat Delegate KENNETH MICHAEIJ WAQONEP. "Vl'lmtsm'1'er my lmmlx fiml to do, 1 will do it with ull my might." Superlative 45 junior Rotarian 45 North Carolina Student Council Convention Delegate 45 Interstate Ili-Y Convention Delegate 2, 35 National Thespian Society 35 45 Key Club 3, 45 Bible Club 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 'l'ri-Sei Club 35 HiAY 1. 2. 3. 4: Green Masquers 3. 45 Band I5 Stage Crew 3, 4, Stage Manager 45 Student Council 3, 4, Treas- urer 5, Vice-President 45 Session House 2, 5, 45 College- Career Day Hostg Student ciUVCIt1l1l6Tll Dance Committee 45 Track 1, 25 Home-room President 15 Mascot Committeeg junior Class Play Cast5 Faculty Play Cast 35 Monitor 15 Intraf murals 15 Mai' llav Court 3. GLENN WALLER "I ive mul learn." D.ll. Club 45 Council 1, 2. 55 College-Career Day llost 2, 35 junior Varsity Football 25 Ilometoom Officer 2, 4. AIARILYN DR.iKKE XVALLER "Knowledge is ivlmt you l-viirng uiisilum is what you teucli, yOm'sel1'." Football Sponsor 25 Biblc Club 2, 3, 45 Mixed Cborus 35 Cheerleader lg Junior Class Plav Publicilx Cmninittcv BARBARA ANNE VVATSON Hlluppinesx seems nnule to be Sl1C1fL'Ll.H Juniur Class Plax' Marshal 35 Biblu Club 3, 43 F.ll.A. 3, 45 D.E. Club 4g 'llri-Hi-Y 4. JOYCE lX'lARlE VVHITE "Of ull flu' iuis that I rucull, lvcing in low is lyesl of ull." Bible: Club lg French Club 1, 35 D.l,. Club 4: Cent-ral Klusic 1. NANCY lXlAE W111'rE "l'orluif well liiwil makes evvi'-9' 1'vstc1'iliw a ilroam of li111111i11i'sx will eww lumorrou' ii vision nf' lmiiuf' l'.ll.A. 2. UJENNIE REYN XVILEY "Face eavli dui' will: fuitlz imil ii smile mul Your newly will lar iukvvi. Cari' of." Biblc Club l. 2, 4: Latin Club lg Librarv Club lg 'liri-lli-Y l. 2. 3, 4, Secrvtarv 4. X'VILl,IAlI THOMAS UBILLU XNIILSON "You will izerur lu' iilwic lwuiiisu of friemls. Kvup 1liu11i.' Bible Club 25 Laiin Club 2, Monitor 3, 4, Cofllaptain 4 'llreasurer 3: Spcecli Club 4, Librnrv Club, Clit-crleailcr 45 llmncroom Vice'-Presitlent 3: Suniur Color, Flower Cunimittcc 4. AILENE VVINOLER "lt is beltvi' tu rvmuiii silent :mil lvl' iliniiglzl al fnnl rliuii fu speak. up uml 1'viim1'v ull ilrmlrtf' 'Bible Club 35 Librarv Assistant 1. ELLA JEAN W1NGI.ER "'l'uilii1' iwll livvil makes 1'i'erv 1'extL'rzlav ii ilrvum of liunpiizvxs mul vi'vi'v trniiurmu' u rixifm uf lmpef' Bible Club 1. CJEORGE XV.xsu1Nc'rON XVISEMAN, JR. "lf I L'lllH1Lll' fiml ii. 1i1iW, .l will iimkv ww." lliY Cunvention Delvgatc lg 'Tliespians 3, Prcsidcnt 45 Latin Club l. 2: 'l'ri'Sci Club 3: lJ.E. Club 4, lli-Y' l. 2. 5. 4' Crm-n Klasqucrs 3, 4: Banrl I, 2: Scssiun Huuse l. 2: Juniiir Yarsirv l'imtb.ill 2: Track I: Ilonxcmom President 1: Stwdcnl flcaclicr 49 rluniur Class Plav Cast 3, Faculty Plav Cast 35 Junior Class Plav Properties Cmninittct' 3. SANDY FULTON VVOODARD Hlissu Quant Viilcra." lim' Club 4: Hi Y 4: Junior Yarsirx Football l, 2. NOT PICTURED XVAYNE Fmrz, IR. I KATHERINE LEFLER Roissnr LEE Wnrcirr "ll1e lriglmvzx' of life offers mum upportzmitiyx to pluy' the role of 11ei,r1l1l10r.' Bible Club 1, 25 Tri-Sei Club 39 D.O Club 45 Monitor lg Session llousc l Truck l. Mi-xRc:,xBE'r SIIUAIAKE V FLAVEI, Sixrrrn l P1-1YLL1s Lll'RIGHT In Memory of WAYNE PHILLIPS, son of lVlr. and Mrs. Frank F. Phillips a beloved friend and former classmate. Born March 26, l939 . . . Killed in accident, January 30, 1953 CUMMENCEMENT MARSHALS Seated: Yvonne Cleary, Barbara Bulick, Rebecca Foil, Grace Huffman. Smmiing: juvce Cara rctt. Gail Langston, Carol Smith, Charles Alexander, Mildred Ketner, Arlene Edwards, lris Conner, Shirlev Kellv, CLASS PDEM SO LONG, BROVVN HIGH Now the problems and the trials Of our high school Clays are through, Anal ai new, exciting future Marches full within our view. The memories of joys we've known Throughout these sheltered years Rise quickly to occasion And clim each eye with tears. A clear friencl's face across the stage A teachers friendly smile The homework and the Junior trip- We cherish every mile . . . Now, the singing of the class song Adds new and somber notes A small, unnoticed sob escapes From our L1I'1gLl21I'ClCd throats. NIASCOTS DEBORAH HUBBARD GWVIN HILTON love? ECST Poet VVe say, 'ISO long, dear B. H. S." And know itis not "Good-bycf' "VVe'll visit in a little whilcg We love you so, Brown High? Page 'l'hi1't1f-nirw S I As I sit here in this old rocking chair, my hair a silver grey and mv face well furrowed with wrinkles. I live in a world of the past. Look- ing out of the window I see high school students coming home after a fruitful day at school. This truly brings memories to mv mind. How Well I remember those days as the class of 1957 took the position as leaders in Cannon Iunior High School. Our first real year as high school students, full-fledged fresh- men, we with much pride held the key to the executive branch of the student body. Yes, Charles Alexander was President with Ted Hendrix serving as Vice-President. Council Representatives from our class were Patsy Carter, Linda King, Glenn YValler, and Kenneth Blackwelder. Nancy Pinkston reigned over the school as Christmas Queen. An- other exciting event that year was "Kalico Kapers" with Pat Harrison as Queen. Abilities and ambition were greatly displayed even though we were quite young. Arlene Edwards and Becky Foil were co-editors of the school paper, Crm-non S1voi.light. Arlene also served as school critic. Time passed quickly but our first year in high school seemed to break the speed limit. It seems like yes- terday that we as new sophomores were invited to a social welcoming us to Brown High. We were not so sure that we wanted to be underclassmen after having been leaders for a whole year. The building was so tempting and the upperclassmen were not reallly monsters, so we quickly adiusted ourselves to the new surroundings. The year had hardly begun when we found ourselves electing class officers under the directions of Miss Merle Etta Lancaster, our adviser. Again Charles Alexander was elected President with Ted Hendrix assisting him. Margaret Shelton was our new Secretary with Lloyd Bost Treasurer. To serve as Council Representatives were Arlene Edwards and Glenn Yvaller. I VVith these leaders that year got off to a good start. The first proiect we undertook was the annual candy sale. Many prizes were awarded with hlildred Ketner taking top honors for high sale. We also sold rat poison, household deodorizers and insect killer. t "Hold High the Torch," the theme of an. inspiring assem- bly program, focused a ray of recognition on the sophomore class that year. Arlene Edwards, Mildred Ketner and Charles Alexander were tapped into the National llonor Society. The Key Club also received Charles Alexander into their organiza- tion. We seemed to be finally making a place for ourselves with these people we chose as leaders paving the way. With another year coming to a close new Student Govem- ment officers were elected. Charles Alexander was elecetd secretary and Larry Benson. treasurer. The fall of '55 found us as "old-timers" around Brown High. We had so much for which to look forward, With Mr. Boone and Miss Cook as our advisers we were once more on the road called "Progress," Class officers were elected in order to get another year rolling. Taking the President's chair was David Alabran. Larry Sloan took the next chair as Vice- President with Secretary and Treasurer, Mildred Ketner and Margaret Shelton, respectively. As Council Representatives we elected Nancy Myers and Glenn Waller. Soon Larry Benson announced that he was moving and would bc forced to resign as Student Government Treasurer. Succeeding him was Kenneth Wagoner. A magazine sale and, of course, the iunior class play "Stage Door" with Nancy Myers, George VViseman, and David Alabran taking the leading roles were two proiects we successfully completed. Honors came in showers to many deserving students that vear. Tapped into the National Honor Socie'v were Beckie Hinson. Tommy Moore, Grace Huffman. David Alabran, Larry Sloan, and Melvin Rape. Accepted into the Key Club were Melvin Rape, Iimmy Parker, Kenneth Duncan, Ted Overcash, and David Alabran. For their outstanding work in the field of iournalism, the Quill and' Scroll honored Arlene Edwards, Patsy Carter, Phyllis Blanton. Elaine Helms, Mil- dred Ketner, and Margaret Christy. Welcomed into the Na- tional Thespian Society for their work in dramatics were David Alabran. Grady Armstrong, Ruth Ausfin. Keith Baker, Aubrey Brakefield. June Carter, Margaret Christy, Becky Io Deaver. Kenneth Edwards. Carol Foster, Elaine Helms. Billie Howard, Marilyn Huffstetler, jimmy Johnson, Nancy Lomax, Nancy Myers. Evelyn Rowland, Margaret Shelton, Kenneth Wagoner, and George Wiseman. This was the year. Yes, we placed on the third finger of our right hand a class ring, symbolizing much hard work and hanniness. The next important event that will always dwell in our hearts was the magnificent Washington trip. The glorious scenes with the towering buildings fascinated us as we gazed upon the tiny part of America that seemed to have out- stretched arms. VVe felt very fortunate to be the first class from MARGARET Cr-rmsry Historian Kannapolis to actually witness the Supreme Court in action. From the packing of our clothes until the re- rum trip home we bubbled with ex- citement. What ioy our hearts knew! VVith the Washington trip tucked safely away in our minds we faced the loaded, remaining weeks of school for that term. Under the di- rection of Co-Chainnen Beckie Hin- son and Jimmy Parker we began pre- paring for the Iunior-Senior Prom. "Carrousel,' was the theme, with decorations overflowing with splen- dor, carrying it out to the heights of all our expectations. Opportunities were unlimited dur- ing that year of high school. Elsie Payne received a trip to Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, for the "Free- dom's Foundation Principal's Award" presentation. Grace Huffman, who won the United Nation's Essay Con- test, was given a trip to New York and Washington. Awaiting Sara Murray during the coming summer was a trip to the United Nations Building as the result of a contest sponsored by the Odd-Fellows. With the year coming to an end there was the important election of the Student Govemment officers. Taking the top position was Charles Alexander as President. Elected as as Vice-President was Kenneth Wag- oner. Co-editors of the Brown High- lights and ALBROKAN staff for the approaching year were Patsy Carter and Arlene Edwards. A very important part of school life is the school spirit, and our high school days were no exception. We felt very proud as Buddy Bost, who had been in the cheerleading line all year, was made chief for the coming year. Assisting him from the rising senior class were Bill Wilson, Beckie Hinson, Billie Howard, and Carl Richardson. After all those years my heart' still beats a little faster as I remember the graduating class iust ahead of us with our own classmates serving as marshals. Selected on the basis of scholarship for this honor were Charles Alexander. Joyce Garrett, Yvonne Cleary. Gail Langston, Becky Foil, Loretta Hurst. Arlene Edwards, Mildred Ketner, Barbara Bolick. Beckie Iiinson, Shirley Kelly, Grace Huffman and Carol Smith. In the fall of 1956 we. as dignified seniors and leaders. entered A. I., Brown High School, for the last year. Our class advisers were Miss Gray and Mr. Van Poole. In .the President's chair to guide us during this period of time was Kenneth Duncan. Keith Baker was our Vice-President. Our Secretary was Nancy Myers with Melvin Rape as Treas- urer. Carol Foster served as Class Chaplain and Social Chair- man was Margaret' Shelton. The positions of Council Penro- sentatives were filled by Grace Huffman and Larry Sloan. Two new places were added to the council. Filling them were Iovce Bost as Class Poet and Margaret Christy, Historian. "To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield" was the motto that we selected to take us, not only through that senior year of high school, but through life. Royal blue and silver were chosen as class colors with the delicate gardenia as class flower. The petite mascots on which we prided ourselves were Deborah Hubbard and Gwin Hilton. Grace Huffman provided the school with a glow of nride as she rep1'esented our school in the Carrousel in Charlotte. She also made a very good showing in the local parade, rc- rteiving top honor with the title "Miss Merry Christmas." Reigning over the annual Homecoming was Beckie Hinson. Another honor. "Miss High Miss," which is based on char- acter. scholarship and beauty was presented to Beckie Hin- son. She was elected by the senior class. Accepted into the Kev Club were Larry Sloan. Tommy lvioore. Eugene Nlassev, Kenneth Clayton. Sandy Woodard and Keith Baker. As time passed new members were accented into other honor clubs with our classmates receivinfv much glorv. Sports were a maior part of those high school days. The most outstanding trophy, the "Lug Leazer Award" was re- ceived bv Keith Baker and Conrad Sloop was given the Bond's Trophy. How well I remember at that time the excitement of the future stadium. VVe worked so hard having cake sales, talent shows, and personal contributions with the wonderful dream of the stadium in the back of our minds. The senior class gift of approximately five hundred dollars was also presented to that all important cause. How packed that year was with Senior Day, Senior-lunior prom, the class play, class night, and of COUISE, all the rehearsing in preparation for the big dav, graduation. En- thusiasm and a pang of sentiment gave us a mixed-up feeling as we approached the threshold to a future of our oyvn. How happy those days were. How wonderful it is to think hack over them and know that they will never die, but will live on and on in the hearts of the class of '57. Well. here it is long past my bed time, vet after thinking over all those days so long ago I doubt that I will go to sleep for hours. I wonder if any of my classmates ever go through evenings like this. What wealth we possess in memories that never a thief could steal. IM I-own GRACE HUFFM AN Because of her beauty, poise and personf ality, the senior class selected Miss Crace Huffman as Miss Brown High. Crace repre- sented Kannapolis at the Carrousel in Char- lotte, and the Kannapolis and Concord parades. Special honor came to Grace when she was selected from other high school heauties hy the Merchants' Association as Miss Merry Christmas. ian WM BECKIE l'lINSON Easing their selection on leadership, sehola r- ship, character, and personality, the senior class chose as Miss Hi Miss, Miss Beclxie lflinson. Beclcie was the guest of VVinthrop College in Rock Hill, South Carolina, this spring and received recognition in a special edition of "The Llohnsonianf' VVinthrop,s school newspaper. Most Likely To Succeed Most Popular Arlene Edwards Charles Alexander Kenneth Duncan Beckie Hinson Most Co-operative Best Looking Grace Huffman Larry Sloan Beckie Hinson Kenneth Wagoner Most Studious Charles Alexander joyce Garrett Most Athletic Conrad Sloop as ' N. Mildred Ketner GTI? l E l l Q X l 'hi E Most Talented Sara Lee Murray jimmy Parker Best Dressed Mike Richardson Margaret Shelton 90123 X52 lCO I 2: 3 Q 25 ff rr Best Personality Most Dignified i Nancy Myers Dave Alabran y joe Lowery Carol Foster Wittiesf Mos? Original Pat McLeod Marilyn Huffsfefler Larry Sloan Clara Faggart 523 QW? f 55533: 5 .. .LW may am: 1 xg, E 71.11151 .QTFSV1 .,, ,.:.H V -was K 5? wg. my-.. , 77?i?F1ffil ,LA If ff, X If pk ff 4763, - 3 vm' mf x ,Xu ,,., 'Sz KZ . ,iq '3' xg? OSHA!!- 4:1 M IK .uf Q, 0 0 S S ALEX VICJLA . . . KERRY IVIAULDEN JUDY GOCJDINIAN . JERRY DARNELL . NOIZMA ALLEN JAMES BARNETTE MARY IXNN BASS IJAROLD BEETS GARY BREWER KENNETH BREWER JACK BROWN JOIIN BROWN JUDY BROVVN LAWRENCE CARPENTER DONALD CHRISTY PHYLLIS CLINE OFFICERS NOT PICTUBED MARTHA COMBS GERALD CRESS HENRY CHESS MIKE DUNN BOY EDDLEIXIIAN BOBBY EUDY IDARRELL PESMIRE A. V. FRANKLIN SYLVIA HANCOCK PAT HARDY WALLACE PIELTON KEN HINSON JOHNNY HUDSON , . . . . .Treasurer . . , Vice-Presicle-nt , , , .Secretary , . .President SYLVIA JAMES BOBBY LOWE 'IBOINHXIY IVICVVHORTER IDARRELL MELTON ALBERT MILLEIX DALE PETHEL MELVIN SCARBORO RALPH SECHLER BILLY SELF EUGENE SHANKLE JHVINIY STAFFORD GARY VVAGONER JUNIURS EUGENE ARSIIER TANA ARCO RODNEY ARMSTRONG -IEAN IXVANT IUDY BARNES BRENDA BEAVER LELIA BEAVER RANDALL BEAVER -IAN YCE BECK JIIXIMY BECK NAOAII BENNETT LONEDA BENTON IVIARVIN BENTON JUDY BLACKWELDER BARRY BOSTIAN KAYE BOYD KENNETH BURKE UI. VV. CAIXIPBELL TED CANLIP CIARY CBAIZLTON BARBARA CARTER LENA CYXIITER B'1ARY CARTER RODGER CARTER LARRY CASHION LOUISE CASHION FRANK CATON LARRY CAUBLE ,IOAN CIHAPIXIAN IJUANE CIIILDERS WAYNE CIIILIJERS PAYE CLAAIPE1' -IULIA CLARK IIAROLD CLINE JUNIDRS SANDRA COMPTON LINDA COOK NANCY CORLEY ZONA CDRESVVELL DONALD DANIEL IOIINNY DANIEL JERRY IJARNELL JEWELL DAVIS JOE DAVIS WAYNE DAYVAULT BETTY DEAL BETTY IDELLINGER AIILLICENT DENNIS LINDA IDEESE BONNIE DIGGS DOYLE DONAIIIIE I. T. IDONALDSON SANDRA DROLETTE VICJLET' DULL FLOYD DVVICCINS EARLINE EARXVOOD CIIARLES EDGISON KAY FESPERMAN MARY ELLEN FESPERNAN I IERBERT FISHER NLXRGARE1' FISHER BETTY FORTSON VVAYNE FRICK BARBARA FULLAAI DAVID GALES CJRACE GAINEY RONALD CIARRETT TOMMY CVASKINS MITCHELL GIBSON VERNON GIBSON JUNIORS CYNTHIA GILLIARI AIUDY CYOODIXIAN IDONALD CIOODNIGHT CTLENNA CTOODSON 'IOIIN GRAHAM BILLIE GREGORY FRANCES GRIFFIN SONIA CSRIFFIN VICIKIE GRIFFIN KENNETH CZRIFFITII PHYLLIS LIALL LARRY HAhIlI.TiJN CTLENDA IL-XNEY CJAROLE IIARRINGTON IVIARCARET LIARRINGTON SHIRLEY IIART RONALD IIASRINS ETTA RUTH LIASTINGS EUPENA IIELMS IIUDY IIELMS RICHARD LIERRIN LINDA IIILL BECKY Iq0DGENS rl-'OIVIIXIY IIOIIFAIAN LINDA HOLLAR PHYLLIS IIOLLAR ELIZABETH HOLT EIARLENE LIONBARRIER DON I'IONEYCU'I"1' CLARENCE HORTON VVAYNE LIUBBARD LINDA IJUFFAIAN BUDDY HIIGCINS BETTY IIUGHES LOUISE LIUNTER JUNIURS JERRY IIURST DONALD INGLE JERRY ISENHOUR SANDRA IVEY ANN JARRETT BARBARA JOHNSON JOE JOHNSON DENNIS JOINES CHARLES JONES HOWARD JONES BOYD JORDAN DONALINE JORDAN JOYCE JORDAN TERRY KELLER GEORGE KING NANCY KCDONTZ DENNIS LACEY BETTY LAWS CARRIE LEDBETTER LARRY LEE JATANA LEWIS MIKE LOWDER PHIL LIPPARD ANN LOWERY JOYCE LLINSEORD WAYNE LUNSEORD EDITH LYNCH SHELBY MARTIN MARTPIA MCCLAIN FRANCES MCCOMMONS DORIS MCDONALD DICKIE JVICKINLEY LINDA MCKNIGI'IT CHARLES JVIANN JEFF MARSHALL JUNIURS ROBBIE MASON ROY MASON KERRX' IVIAULDEN DAVID MILLER LAURNA DELL MITCHELL KENNETH RIIONTCOIXIERY KENNETH MOON TERESA MOON IERRY XA7AYNE MOSS PRISCILLA RRDTES LARRY NEAL TONY NEAL PHYLLIS NELMS GEORGE NOEL PEGGY OLIVER FRANK CVERCASH MANUEL OVERGASH JOHNNY PARKER VERA PARKS KATHRYN PATTERSON BARBARA PAXTON WAYNE PENNELL CASSIE PERRY DOUGLAS PERRY CLARENCE PETREA LARRY PICKEREL JININIY PRICE PHYLLIS RARY GERALD RICHARDSON LA VAUGHN RODGERS GAIL ROSS BARBARA RUSSELL DOUGLAS RUSSELL WAYNE RUSSELL JOYCE SCARBOR0 JUNIORS RICHARD SELLERS SANDRA SHARP KAY SHINN ROBERT SIIXIPSON VIRGINIA SINCLAIR ,IIAIAIY SLOOP LINDA IO SLOOP MAXINE SLOOP NORMA SLOOP jANE SIXIALL AIARGARET SMITH BILLY SORAH JOYCE SWEATT CAROL TAYLOR 'IILDA TEAGIIE BETTY THOMAS BOBBY THOMAS BRENDA THOMPSON LINDA 'THORNBURG CHARLES THRASHER KENNETH UPRICHT HAROLD VAUCHN CTAROLYN VINSON ALEX VIOLA ITARRY WACONER JOYCE WAGONER DORTHEA WATSON LINDA WILLIAMS RONNIE WILLIADIS R. W. WILLIABTS TIIXI WILLIABIS 'IANE WILSON PAUL WILSON FRANCES WX'ATT SOPHOMORE GLASS OFFICERS RONNIE HAMPTON . . . Treasurer RONNIE GLossoN ..,. .,,. V ice-President DON CAGLE . . . . .,A., President BEVERLY MAULDEN . . , Secretary S oruomonss FRANKLIN ADAMS Lfzmirn AIJCOCK WAYNE ADCOCK KENNE1'Il ALEXANDER PHIL ALLEN TOh'IlX'lY ALLEN AIERRY ALLMAN DONNIE ANDERSKPN TOMMY ANDERSON -IOYOE ARGO LESLIE ARGO SHLILA ARGO RICHARD ARMSTRONG PAUL ATHANELOS PHYLLIS AUST'lN BRADFORD BALLARD HIANIOE BALLARD TOBIE BARBEE TOHNNY BARLOVV GEORGE BARRIER RITA'BARNARI2 Tai-TNNY BXBRING TOMMY BARRINGER A. C. BASINGER ER EVELYN BASS CLARA MAE BASSETI' VIERRY BEAM KAY BEAVER HAROLD BEETS MIKE BENEIELD GAIL BENTLEY SHARON BENTON NED BEVINS SANDRA BILES BRENDA BT..-ATCIKMON RAY BLACKWELDER LINDA BOYD PAT BOGGS BIARION BOGGS LYNN BONDS MAXINE BONDS PAT BOSTIAN BOBBY BRIGMAN PHYLLIS BROCK AARON BROOKS ARLES BROOME AY BROWN CHARLES BROWN SHIRLEY BULLOOR CHARLES BUMGAIIDNER DON CAGLE BIARY SUE CAMPBELL BILLY CANNON RACHEL CASHIKIN SARAH CIAUDLE BARBARA CIIAPMAN SHUFORD CHILDERS VVILLARD CHRISTY .CAROLYN CLARK' PAT CLARK SOPHOMORES BILL CLAYTON VERNON CLEARY BARBARA CLEMENT BILL CLEINII-INT PHIL CLEATIENT NANCY JO CLINE JEAN COOK DON GOGGINS GLENN COBIPTON GALE COMPTON PHIL CORN HAROLD CROWDER PREIIRLE CROWELL LARRY CRUMIILEY LARRY IJANCY JERRY DANIELS WAYNE IJANIEL BARBARA IJAVIS JOHNNY IJAVIS CAROLYN DEAL SUZANNE DEAL LINDA DIGGS CHARLES DRAPEIK TED IJRYE ELIZABETH IJUNCAN ' LARRY DUVALL SYBIL EDWARDS JAIXIES ERVVING JANN ERWIN KATHY FARAIIEE OLIVIA FINK EDDIE FOIL LARRY FREEINIAN BERTI-IA FURR JERRY FUNDERBURK LINDA FISHER JOAN LA FEVERS LARRY FOWLER A. V. FRANKLIN JERRY FREEINIAN IJOTTIE FISHER CYNTHIA FLETCHER PEGGY GADDY IJUGH GIBBONS JOHNNY GIRRON BENNY GIBSON ' RODGER GILLON RONNIE CILOSSON FRANCES GOODMAN CQARY GOODMAN JIMMY GOODNIGHT KYLE CSOODNIGHT JO ANN GORDON RUTH CQRAHAIX1 NANCY GREEN ENOLA GIIIFFIN JERRY GRIFFIN ELLEN GULLEDGE RICHARD GRIBBLli HELEN LIAGER SOPHUMORES JAMES HAGETT BRENDA HALL GLENDA HALL MARCELEN12 HAMILTON PI-QOMNIY HAMMETT KAY HAMPTON LARRY HAMPTON RONNIE I-IAMPTON LXIARGARET HARRINCJTON SHIRLEY HARWOOD LYNN HELMS MELVIN HIaLIvIs -IANICE HEIXRIN ,IIIRRY HEss IACK IIILL SYLVIA HOCE GENE HODGE IDIANNE HOLBIIOOIQS SARANETT HOLLAND ROBERT HONEYCUTT IVIARLISNE LIOWABD MEIIVENE ITIUIXST KATHLEEN ININIAN BETTY IANIES PIIYLLIS JENKINS JUDY JOHNSON PAUL ,IoNEs CLAIL KARIHIKEIX RONNIE KEEVEII BILL KELLER CARL KELI.Y LIEAN KERI.EY CQARY KIDD FAYNELLE KINGAID jAMEs KING IVlYRA KING LINDA KNIGHT IOHNNY KREMNIINGER CHARLES LAGKEY IOYCE LA FEVERS PEGGY LA FEVERS IJORIS LAIL HAROLD LEAR REBEIQAH LEE SHELIA LEONARD PAUL LEWIS AIOYCE LINEEAIIRIER IUDY LINEBARRIER BECKY LILES IJONNIE LITTLE CQAIL LITTLE OH NY LITTL ' ,ANDRA OGAN LINDA LOMAX jo LONG XVAYNE LovE WAYNE LOWERY LINDA LYNCH BRUCE MANN PATRICIA IYIANN SDPHOMORES LARRY BIARLOW BEVERLY BIAULDEN BRENDA IVICCALL JOE MUCOMMONS RONALD AlCCLIRDY IAIVIES BICINNIS ALAN MCKNIOIIT ERIC BICKNIGIIT CALVIN BIICNIANNUS HAROLD BICIVIANNUS IERRY AICXVHORTEH FAYE IXICXAVHOBTER KAYE MOVVIIOIITER BECKY BIEACHALNI IVIARTHA B"1EISlVIEl! SUE MILRIIRN SHIRLEY BIIILES PAT MILLER SANDRA B1lLL12R IIULIA BIILLIS JANE MOORE ZAOKIE BIOORE BETTY GAIL NIORRIS IDIANNE BIORRIS ,AMES BAIORGAN ELIZABETH Moss AIO IXNN MLINDAY XVANDA MUNDAY GENE BIULLINAX PEOOY AIURPH NANCY NELNIS PIELEN NICHOLSON BITA NOEL NANCY NORTIIAM IJALE IYORVVOOD IOHN OEHLER STARLING OSEORNE CIAROLYN CJVERCASII QELDIA OVERCASII PAT Ov 'ASH LABA vERcAsII TOMMY OVERCASII PAT OWENS ANN OWING BRENDA PAIGE BECKY PARKER IJAVID PENNELL KAY PERRY AIAE PERRY ANITA PETREA XYIRGINIA PETPIEA LINDA PHILLIPS BARBARA PLESS IERRY PLESS ROBIN POPLIN IIIBIBIY POWELL CHANDLER PRICE IVIIKE PURVIS BRENDA QUEEN LARRY RIED S UPHUMDRES JOHNNY RIDDLE WAYNE ROBINSON PHYLLIS ROGERS BOBBY ROSS CAROLYN RUSSELL PAYE RIISSELL IQIRBY RUSSELL AIARTHA RUTLEDGE WOODROW SAERIET CAROL SCAREORO SONNY SCOTT IAMIZS SEAGRAVES CZLORIA SECIILER ALEX SEYMOIIE MILICENT SIIEPIIEIHII 1EORcE IIINN LINDA SIIINN LARRY SIIINN LARRY SIDES EVIE SIINIINIONS lJONNIE SLAUGHTEII GERALD SMALL BRENDA SNIITII BILLY SNIPES BARBARA SOWDER KAYE STARNES BRENDA STEEL BILL STEGALL BUDDY STOKES LINDA STILLER CZAROLYN STRIEBLING IJENNY SWING PAT TEMPLETON LINDA THOMPSON PAT TucIcER EDDIE TYSON FFIIXI VANNO1' WAYNE WAGONER LARRY VVALRER KENNETH VVALLACE DORIS WALLER GAII. WALLER M'II.MA WALLEII .DY WARE ,O IISE VVARREN ALICE WATSON CI OTILDA WEDDINGTON NIARGIE XAVELLIVIAN ALBERT WINLLLER SHIELA VVEST ANN WHITARER IIAMES VVIIITAKEII IJAVID WIHITE CQARY WILLIAMS NIYRA jo WILLIAMS NOIKMAN WILSON IIMIXIY VVOODARD XIICKIE WOODARIJ PHYLLIS WYATT ,RAY XVYATT SDPHUMURES I MQQLAWW . fl? s Y I dx s:::EzH,3ST , , 'p,"J'X 072 , ff" I- Lynixft a I I . V , ' BA my 'ali lp' N Xl W 'V lux s HQMVAI 'LPI wiv ,IIN Q r. - up J ' nf V' L43 U C Ls 31' I L' ' LV' Id" Ai "L,,Ii V ll ,.' A pH' f"f I-CW 1' ' ,I ' A Vi. W fy' .X ,J-'M nil 4 ,J U! f 'H+' A "sv Sdn 'V' XML' f Lt' M' A 'fe F Y X Ml' 'F Nf,+5'7,I " 26 5-'H Ah NUT PICTLIREIJ dm W U vi '., fx 4' ,I a JERRY BAKER XVADE BAKER KENNETH BREWER CAROLYN CANUPP BARBARA CLEMENT DUN PINK JUNE GRAHABI BOBBY IOIINS BENNY ,IULIAN VVILLARD LIING BILLY MAssEv KEITH PARKS VIQHNNY PETIIEA AIINNIE PHILLIPS NIARVIN QUERY ALICE ROBERTS IACKIE RORERSON JERRY SHERIIILL BRENDA SMITH EUGENE SMITII IIELIEN STRIBLINI A Soo-0-0 tired! C The "Line-Ilpn Czmd "S c D B The clothes make thc man IJ f'lIotmddeI's" li "The Tlminkc-I"' l'm so tired . . . If VVCH-bzllzmced diet? X'Vho said, UIIIFCCVS Ll cruwd"? CQ lnuxpcricnccd Shavers! Could it be ruining . . 7 II Back to luck they faced Cach other Dino ,I Mr. Bad and gang . . And tlwn tlzunfs suph0111o1'c'S . 'X'gf.,7'nf 'M Q-' f" 0' r' v 4' fu ' I. Qeaclin , ana! 'Mil' JJ!!! f- na .,f,-- .fin rifin, ana! Y J f ,,,?LJ.Lf .CfjAA,l rifAmefic . . . fbi may -'-4+c4f-2.4.6 5Vl4aMnAiQ l X 4,441 . ENGLISH ME TIIOUCIHT me heard a voice ery, "Sleep no more." This is taken from Mace loetll but should definitely apply to these senior students. Theyll he hard at work for a While studying sueh things as Mne- lvetlr and the Cmfzterlmry Tales. UNOVV MY OPINION IS . . . Give me liherty or give me death." If they keep it up maybe they'll soon he as good as Pat- rick Ilenry himself. This suhjeet, added to the curriculum for the first time this year, proved to he a popular elassg and hoy, do they love to make speeches! Page Sixty-two EXPLORING THEIR ENGLISH IN ACTION hooks these sophomores, hard at work, are learning valuable things. The steond semester studies may turn them to literature, there to have them read well- known stories, poems, and possibly essays. ROUND AND ROUND AND ROUND IIE GOES. Battling it out in this plane geometry class are a few brave souls with much determination. The bulletin board i'Let no one ignorant of geometry enter here" is a good thought, but it talces a lot of hard worli for the students to live up to this statement. MATH UDO NOT DISTURB . . . genius at world" lt takes master minds to compete with this monstrous subject. Trigonometry, solid geometry and advanced algebra all bundled up in one fat subjcet is ollered to during seniors. TllA'l"S THE VVAY IT GOES in the :ilgebra classes. This two unit eourse is LI required one for most students or those who plan to go to eollege. These second year mathematicians must have stumbled ueross something that needed ti little ex- planation. rllhatis the way to learn any' how. Page Sixty-three 'QP ., HERE IS AMERICA! But more than the position on the globe do the American History students learn about their country. They relive the early days, two World Wzlrs, depressions, and with Mr. Boone, their teacher, finally reach the present day in their country, America. MAN HAS COME A LONG WAY since the costumes changed from leopard skins to mink. Mans Aelzievemems 'Tl'L7'UUgl'1f the Ages is the title of the textbook in which the World History students trace the prosperity of these strange creatures called humans. HISTORY "THERE OUGHT TO BE A LAW!" Perhaps these students will be making them in the fu- ture. The government can be fas- cinating and complicated, as is being discovered by these students. Theylve even been to court . . . to observe of course. if SCIENCE FUTURE PllYSlClSTS? .lt sounds good anyway. Problems, experiments, and a lot of brain work are needed to complete this high school physics course. These students are watching to see if it will really work Qthe motor that isl. THERE MUST BE A WAY to start. These general science students will surely find it. This course is offered as a full unit and covers everything from working prob lems to building small heaters. The latter should come in handy on cold days. THERE IT LAY. VVas the operation suc- cessful? These biology students have dis- sected a worm and are trying desperately to locate the different parts. Biology is a required subject for sophomores. INDUSTRIAL ARTS NC, these boys aren't practicing the draw- ing of straight lines, but they are study- ing about drawing and designing in this industrial arts class. A few things this course includes are mechanical drawing, electrical work, and shop math. You can bet these boys will be plenty good at these things. JUST FOLLOVV TIIIS CHART and everything should come out right. The DO. students practice what they learn as well as study. The requirement for this course is the desire to work and do the job right. Page Sixty-six Tl IE VVORKING FOLKS. A little study plus ambition paves the way to a bigger and brighter future for these students. D.E. is offered to any student 16 years old or older. The experience gives the students a big boost as they go out on their own to seek greater things. 'AKEEP THEM RULLINCV' Somebody is going to have a test. These seniors serve as the A. L. Brown printing company. This of course is the duplicating depart' ment. Morning announcements, tests and other material are inimeographecl. CDMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT NOT UNLY do these students serve as an aicl to the school hut they are also acf quiring valuable experience. ln banking, stuclents hanclle money deposits, with- drawals, and checking accounts. ll' MUST Bli HERE SONEXVHERET Thats the frantic statement that rushes through the poor Typing I stuclents' mincls as they face the little monster that laeeps making mistakes. Two years of typing is offered to students plus other commercial courses such as hooklceeping and short- hand. Page Sixty-seven LATIN IS SAID TO BE A DEAD LANGUAGE, and the students are ready to he huried with it after completing two years. "I eameg I sawg I eonqueredf, These three Words are the dream of the students as they enter the class of Latin I and leave the elass the final day of Latin II. LANGUAGES THIS MUST BE A GAME! Most Span' ish students will agree that the course isn't exactly a game, hut they enjoy it just the same. just think, some day they may meet a Spaniard and be able to talk to him or even visit Mexico. 'AVVOULDINVT WE LOVE TO BE THERE," think these students of the French language. Learning about the country, its people, and its language is all just a part of their elasses. They also enjoy listening to French records and reading letters from their French pen pals. x lk 5 -J Q N. HOME EOONOMIOS THE MAGIC TOUCH? This department is certainly the place to acquire it. Sewing is only a small part of the course. Cooking, homemaking, and personal grooming are also included in training the future home' makers. ART "ARE TIEIESE STRAIGHTFN The art displays depict the talent of the art classes. Besides giving of their services to the school, they also learn and at the same time have t sixth doing id In this course you're good if V' ur ictures look like what thev're su 1- .11 P V , 1 posed to hen lx- Y XL X X W,.f ' X SHOP IT ALMOST MAKES YOU ASK WllfXTiS BEHIND THE GREEN DOOR. Projects and more projects keep these boys well occupied in shop. Sheet metal is the main material used, with a little work on wood also. BIBLE NUT HAVING A ROOBI T0 CALL TI IIZIR OVVN, the Bihle classes study in borrowed quarters. As Miss MelVIurray reads the story ol' the Nativity, the students listen intently. Later the course of study lilily shift from the New Testament to the Old. IIRIENTATIUN Olili THEIR IIQCKERSP Well, no, not exactly. These students are studying table manners. Orientation uequaints the sopho- mores with subjects other than the 3 Pfs. Topics that will face the students through- out life are studied and mastered Ivy this class. GUIDANCE ASSISTANTS Left to right: Alicia Sorrow, lVIadelinc Bragg, -Iudy Goodman, Miss Poag, Adviser. "UM, BOY! This is really the hest part of the day." Students look forwairci to Fifth period with empty stomachs. Brown High has am authentic Hline-upv at this time. Orchids to the Cafeteria staiili who com-V hint' their ttlleiih each school clay to pre' pare nutritious meals, Mn. l'lAliVliY VTIIIKNER j1M1viYPAm4ER Di1'ec1.01' Drum Major Rand members are not identified as pictured. -limmv Parker, Ruth Austin, Pat llarrison, Elaine Helms, Alice Montgoinery, lo Long, Saundra Logan, Nancy lVlyers, Alma lean Price, Nancy Lomax, Gail Ross, Sylvia Hoee. Patty Kluttf, Gerald Richardson, Phil Lippard, Mike Louder, Alex Viola, Betty lleal. Robbie Ilobbs, Betty Ann Laws. Bobby ,loc Thomas, ,lerrv Darnell, Tommy Allen, limmv Smith, Sandra llrolette, Pat "Leaders of the bandln Director llaryey Ture ner and Drum Major jimmy Parker are truly that. Mr. Turner has led the band to achieve wide-spread recognition. jimmy was elected drum major by his fellow band members. The organization enjoyed a trip to the Lion's Club Convention in Florida during the summer, where it led the North Carolina division of the parade. Besides being an in- NlcLeoCl, Bobby Eudv, Eugene Earlev, Jerry Barlow, Billy joe Clayton, John Oehler, George Noel, Nancy Rich, Elaine lVleCombs, Robert Sawyer, Don Cagle. P. O. Greene, jr., jerry Dellinger, Larry Lee, Guy Brooks, Aaron Brooks, Doyle Donahue, Qlohnnv Riddle. Rita Noel, limmv Powell, Sandra Dwiggins, Larry Hampton, Larrv Shive, Alan McKnight, VVavne Pen' nell, Buddy Marlin, Rick Richard, and Dottie Fisher. valuable part of the football games, it has also had several projects and given concerts. Playing Very important parts in the band are people other than those who make music. The majorettes and drum major march in front and add much to the pomp the band always presents. Besides these, there are also the sponsors who spell BROWN. lane Bullock, johnny Gibson, Frank Overcash, Wlayne Davvault, Tommy Gaskins, Don Daniels, Ted Overcash, Tommy Barringer, Charles Brown, Kerry Maulden, Rodger Carter, Johnny Parker, David Gales, Ronald Mcfurdv. Terry Morgan, Billv Dove, Montie Mayes, David VVhite, Dennis Lacey, Ted Vllilliarns, Robert Hendrickson, Wayne Lowery, Melvin Rape, Kenneth Edwards, Keith Baker, Kenneth Duncan, Rodney Armstrong, jerry Noel, lenny Brothers, George ag Q 4 5, a V t. if Left to right: Elaine Helms, Ruth Austin, Pat llarrison jimmy Parker, Alice Montgomery, Saundra Logan, and lo Lone Kiser, Scott Trott, Peggy Murph, Shelia Leonard, VV. Campbell, Tommy Moore, Phyllis Hampton, Zona Gresswell, Becky Hodgens, Charles Iiumgarner, Rich- ard Sellers, Barbara Chapman, Eric McKnight, VVillie Gillon, Peggy Oliver, Glenda Haney, Mildred Alex' ander, Myra Atkinson, ludy Turner, Judy Hudson, Denny Swing, Linda Hagan, Norman Vllilson, Ted Dry, and Millicent Shepherd. Mrs. Mayclwell, Dircciorg llcvcrly nlaulclcn, piunisi. First rmv: Nlinnic Ruth Phillips, Suvannc llcal, lfita lluth Hastings, Barliara Davis, llavicl hlillcr. Gcorgc llarricr, Carl Kcllv, llvelvn Mathis, Pat Boggs, ,lanc Nloorc, llrelihlc Growcll, Lvnn llonmls. Second 1'U'Mi2 llillic Howarcl. lovcc Bust. Sarannct llollancl. -Iulia Glarlxc, Cvnthia Vlctchcr, Phvllis Hall, llavirl Good- night. Charles Drapcr, Norma Sloop, Voncillc Allen llanclolph, Lincla lo Sloop. loan lalicvcrs. Frccla liorcl, MIX ED CH Nanci' Lcc Northam, llachcl Cushion. Third row: Phyllis Nclms, Glotilcla Wcclclingtcan, Franccs Griffin, Gail llentlev. Bur-kv Lcc. Vlloodv Safrict. Chamllci' Price, Kavc MclVhortcr, Nancv Nclnis, Gloria Scch- lcr, Kathlccn Inman. Fourth row: Barbara Carter, Ja- tanna Lewis, Lib Duncan. Carol Scarlboro, loc Lowcrv. llillv Stcgall, Manuel Oxcrcash, Charles Laclxcv, Rav Scott, Larry Fowler, Ralph Ovcrcash, Shclia Argo. Tana Argo. Favc lX'lcVVhortcr. Growing in nunibcr and in spirit thc Mixed Chorus has hccn a clclightful attraction at Brown lligh School. Unclcr thc dircction of Mrs. Charlcs Nay- clwcll. special ilhanksgiving. liaslcr ancl Christmas programs wcrc presented. llcvcrly hlaulclcn has hel vcd to lcacl the vocal frou i bv servin 1 as iianist. l in l , is l . 1 ,H ,- ,1' fvi .1,,, , 1-nv, ' n: f,ff,,g, ffizjl- -xsf URCHESTRA First row: Rita Noel, Agnes Bennett, Linda Kay Thornburg, Saundra Logan, Linda Cook, Nlargaret Fisher, Jean Avant, Neldia Overcash, Sara Ovcrcash, Sandra Sharpe, Robin Poplin, Meta Rose Castor, Jack Hill. Second row: Patty Kluttz, jerc Noel, Tommy Moore, Willie Gillon, Mr. Alexander, Director, johnnv Riddle, Sandra Drolctte, Barrv Bostian, jo Long, Iimmv Parker, Don Daniel, George Noel, Alex Viola, Bobby .loc Thomas, Mrs. Maydwell, John Ochler, and Robbie Hobbs. Page Seventy-five DRAMATICS Xlztyhu they are Qllll.lIL'LIl'S, hut scent-s such :ls this imc tit-ivict the skill :intl ahiiity nvccieci tu lwurtnty rcaiiy cuinicatl ur cha- niatic roics. Nighr after night of rciivarsuis, . t IIlCI1lHl'iZil1g iincs, anti suirching cliligcntlv for the ncctied propor- tics sccm worthwhile to burh thc cxlst :incl tht- atutliumw' whcn nn npcliing night rht: play is, nut just an success, hut za Hsnmsli hit." Bruwn Iiighis "Unsung llc- rucsf' tht- Stage Crow, play the ull important huhinti-tht'scones mic in all ul' tht' chxniizitic pro- tiuctiuns, which iI'lCilldL' Cu'i'y- thing funn ussenihiy p1'ngr4aliis rn rcaih' big plays. left lo right: Auhrcy Bruke- ficici, Mike Riclizmlsmi, Stvvc Roast: Kcnncth Xvaurviitr. Etitiit' ciLlI'iL'y. Although lirctl anal cxhuustccl iiI'UlTI tht' etnntitmzii und pliysiunl strain uf thc pci'fni'l11a1it'tzs, tht- luuk of sutishxctimi trim ti jnh wcii alum' is nbviuus nn tht- Licus ui the cast IT1L'llll'JCl'S ui' 'AYUU Li2lI'lit 'liakc It VVith You." tht- juniur Class Phiy. Xie-""" lv, '--- ...,.,.M 0 x Q. 6 fa memoried are XX mavfe of fAi:5 . x 2 -bfi llff if ,S UUILL AND SCROLL The Quill and Scroll, honoring high school journalists, exists as an honorary international organization. 'lhc Josephus Daniels chapter inducts lnembcrs on thc hasis of scholarship, cliaractcr, and outstanding achievement in the field of journalism. Page Seventy-eight Clockwise From Top: ARLENE EDWARDS, Presidentg PHYLLIS BLANTON, Vice-Preshlenrg ELAINE HELMS, Treasurerg PATSY JONESQ lVIARcA1u5T Cnmsrvg Miss BARBARA PROCTOR, Adviserg Ml1,1lRED KILTNER, Secretary. ,!,:,-c,,A,2 .vi-,-5 - ..,,,,A ., . .,. . -,M f ' . lj - ' ,,'-L gjl . :..g iff ffm- , ,,.' .,,, awiQkMZI.1::n:::,. V , ,"-,' 'M' -f"'- 5 L LA: , L ., ,... , . , A if 'Y Q. R 'u ' pi ' 1 - -- A .-.Y v. 43 U. : ' r- . x . V , .,,. ,, Z , , . ,... , 1 EM A 3, as W W A I W 1 M .x e W .E x S J , ,L , ll ll E I if " " ' Q .15 Q -,.V ' V: ' "'. 4,5 ,,, Www? - -A NATIONAL HUNDR SUGIETY The object of the Alplm Chi Siginn Chapter oi the National Honor Society is to crczite an enthusiasm For scholarship, lcziclership, service, and to encourage the cle- vclopmcnt of good clizlractcr in pupils ol' A. l,. Brown lligli School. SUPl1Ol11Ul'CS, juniors, and seniors arc incluctecl into tlw Club airmllzilly. rll01VlMY Moor-ni, President RICHARD SELLERS, Vice-President 1311 R1E IIINSUN, Secretary 1liRRX IJARNELL, Tremurer DAVID Al,ABRAN CHARLES ALEXANDER IXRLENE EDVVAIXDS QQRACE IIUFFMAN lVllLDRED KETNER LARRY NEAL lVl12LVIN RAPE LARRY SLOAN R. VV. XNYILLIAMS JANE VVILSON Miss ELL1o"r'r, Adviser MRS. QNANTZ, Adviser KEY CLUB The Key Club, under the sponsorship of the Kiwanis Club, is an organization for thc top boys in the school. These mcm- bers, inducted semi-annually, are chosen from thc sophomore, junior, and senior classes. First row: jimmy Parker, Presidenig Ted Over- cash, Vice-President, David Alabran, Secreimyg Mel' vin Rape. Treasurer, Charles Alexander, Keith Baker. Sccoml row: Kenneth Clayton, Jerry Damell, Kcnneth Duncan, Don Honcycutt, Gene Massey, Torniny lWoorc. 'lllfzird row: Larry Neal, Larry Sloan, Erldie Tyson, Kenneth Wagcmiicr, R. W. Willianis, Sandy U'ooclarrl. Page Eighty MR. EDVVIN VAN PooLE Adviser STUDENT GOVERNMENT Charles Alexander Kenneth Wagmmiin-r Larry Neal R. VV. VVilliams PTGSTLNCTIY Vice- President Secretary 'lll'CLlS'LH'91' First rout Rvnncth YYnguner, Larry Nl-ul, R. XV. XVilliuins, Bcclaic llinsnn, Linda King, Agnes Bennett, Turnrny Moore, Miss Bounds, Adviser. Second row: Franca-s lVlcConnnons. Phyllis Blanton, Ann Wliitukcr, VIROIIUTIV Allen, Plivllis Nclms, Lincln jo Slimp. Tlfrinl row: Richard Sellers, Aludv Bzlrncs, Glenna Hall, ,lulmnnv Davis, Mila: Lowclur, Eugcnc Masscv. Bliss Bounds Adviser Graco lluffinzm Lzurrv Sloan lam- XVils-in Dun llnnevcutt Sliclia Args: Eclclic Tvsun Miss Io ANN11 IIARRISS fhlviser GEoRc:E VVlsEMAN X ANCY l.oMAx .luN12 LIARTIEII ALIBREY BRAKIZFIELIJ CARo1. IIOSTIIII IJAVID A1.AlsRArx Clnfxm' Anxlsraoxcs RLITII Ausrm KEITH BAK!-II IVIARGARET QIIIRISTY IEELLRY Io IJEAVICR KENNETH EINVARDN ELAINE II12LAls BIZCKIE II1Nsox I3ll.l,IE IIowARn IVIARILYN IIUF1iS'I'E'1'LIiII -IIIWIVIY IOHNSON NANCY NIYEIIS EVELYN ROXVLANIJ IXIARGAIIET SIIELTON KENN1f,'rH VVAGONER Page Ei,QI7ty'I1l7l1 NATIONAL THESIPIAN SOCIETY 'I'hC purpose ol' tho National 'fhcspian Society is to PFOIHOIC thc interest and participation in dramatic urts in the secondary schools and high schools. OFFICERS QIEURGE VVISEMAN . . ...,,. President NANCY IJOIVIAX , . . 4 . .Vice-President lIllNE CTARTER ...,.. T.,.. S ecretary .'Xu1sREY BRAKEFIELD . ,Treasurer CARo1, IIOSTER I .Reporter Pfvrsv CARTIQR -IUNHS, Coflfdiim' ,Nm :exif Emvumw. C'o-I-ililm' BRHUWN HIGHLIGHTS Iirxl ron-: funn C'rusuL'Il, Czlrulo Hurrington, IH-ggv Olin-r, Suundru xo. Svcrmd 1'u1V: Xlilw Purxix, lzlrrx Sides, Plnllis llnlnpmn Run. Don mvvcutt, llrnmlinc jurclan, Pzxltv Klulu. 'I'l1ir11 rmv: Radiol Cushion. Vir unlxlurm IMT :Cl I ' 'a 7' -a, arzxm crm-n , liuldic' Txson. .Xlim lx'm'Im', Al'um'l'1urg Hillia- lowurd, Iowa Bust, u . fi S 'E if ,-wi. 3,-., 7irsI row: Xlvrn King, Sandra Millcr, Limlu King, Iimmx Parker. Mnwgncx ' L lton. Scumnl rmr: Larxx Slmcplwrd, Pcgggy HIL-Vins, Xlaldviine Bmgg, Nano' en. Elninu Hvlmx. lhinl rmr: -Xrlunu L'ilwzmIs, Jenn .-Xxnnt, Gloria Se-uh' lar Raw- Boyd. Lurrx Nvnl. AIAIIGAIUSI' CIIRISTX' Feature Editor Pm'L1.1s BLANTON Nmvs lfdirm NIILDHED RILTNEIR Girls' Sports Editor CRLARENCII HomoN Boys' Sports Ildiior LINDA Kms l'h1'l'L'l'fi5iIZ.Q Hlunagw' MAm:Am1'1' Slllclfrow Business AILHIKIQC' HEC'K!li Hrxsvx A!1417'll1i lidilm' llunm' Bowl' Ifxclvzmgc Hdiior -ILIIJY -'UI-INSUN Honzeroom Ifditor P.x,sna PAYN12 Club Imlztov' KAY FESPENMAN .Umic 1"1lito:' BRENDA 'I-HOIVIPSON Tvpixl CHAHOL Foshan RC1707'1w' QHAROLYN XHINSON Typist LELIA BEAVL I: Reporter MAn'r1m DEAL Reporlur ul"-'7U-'J-Wva-1 1-Lvl o-'vu A i -. BAil'i2f?lL.iP lkil M- J miie 71 W 'WL i ' ' i L Xr'f.um,1.. My H..1,mwT i-M9 .Lx-QA-4 Jw! ff 'bu-J Iiirxt mw: Phyllis lllzmtciii, News Ezliforg Margaret Cliristv, lieururc Ifditorg Mildred Ketner, A Girls' Spnrfs Eilitoiig c,l2lI'Cl1L'C lqlurtcm, Boys' Sporlg lfdilorg Budnlv Bust, EXCl7H311gG lfoliiofrg Buclciei Q, ,fl llimim, fllzinmi 131111115 lxziv Pespciinan. Mmm lgililoi. Sammi lulimrg Izlsiv Pzwlic, Club Editorg llrcnclzi Tllzmlpsun, -I-ypisig row: -luclv -lolmsun, Homeioonz M Cumlvn Vinson, Typist.: Carul - Foster, llcpni'tc'i'5 Marllizi Dual, Hcporferg l,elizi Beaver, Rcporieiz '-A-'n.,.w r..,w.uJ:lL..Q fr- MQ M AIARGARET SIIELTON LINDA KING jimmy PARKER Business Mimnger Arlrerlisiiig Mnzznygcv Circulation Bliumger First row: Shclia Argo, .Ivan Avant, Barry Bastian, Peggy Blcvins, Kay Boyd. Second row: lladclinc Bragg, Arla-nc Edwards, Elainc Helms, Marilyn Huffstctler, Myra King. Third row: Sandra Miller, Nancy Myers, Larry Neal, Gloria Scclllcr, Larry Sliephcrcl. K! '- ,. First row: Patsv Jones, Miss Proctor, Adviser, Arlcnc Edwards. Second row: Buddy Bust, Clarence Horton. Third row: Mildred Kctncr, Phvllis Blanton, Cxarul Foster. Bcckie Hinsim. Fgmffh. ,-mp: 1131-tha Deal, Brenda Thompson. Carolvn Vinson, Margaret Cwliristv. Fiftlz row: Lelia Beaver. Kas' Fesperman, Elsie Pavnc, -ludv Crawford. Page Eighty-five BIBLE CLUB 'Iilw Iliblc Cluh scclxs to uid thc spiritual Iiliu ol' the students ol' the school iI1 cvery 11111 possible. It is opcn to any high school stuclcnt who is intcrcstccl in high ClI1l'ISII31'I iclcus. 'I hrough service, tcllowsliip, study, and worsliip, each student is urgctl to grow in thcir rcligious lilo ut l1on1c, school. zlncl at L'IlLIl'L'I1. Iss llI7LI1 Q llll I1 II11 mir: S.1IIiu CEILILIIQ, C'Im'icu Iimgg, Svlxin Ilocv, C1111 Ill Ing n I I Ing I tis nxlilun, 'XI1r1xn nth xnn, Iionils, Surah Kerlev, ,Icun C'IIrrilIIcI's. I.iIInI:I King, rzuszmr 111 I lrunlz 11, lXIIdL Mm-III Ilosn' Castor, ,Iunu Carter, I':Ill1' KIIIII1, SZIIIINIFLI 111171111 on tom ILI III snluzf Secmn 1 Sonii ilI'iI'I'in, Zona Crcswcll, l'reI1hIu l'ron'vII, Ilotliv Ifishcr, H111 nnon Ixint oo1 4 I IIol11I1 Pon III I I 11, iXIJII'Q2lI'l'l Fisher, Glenna Gooclson, Iflninc Ilchns, I' " I UK 1 5:11 I Int, I'iIi II:1rI'isn11, ,Ivan Kcrlvv. Svuoml runfr IJIIILIZI Griggs, "K 1 ' 1 I It I YL1'1P1r s C noI1 I1 IM-III, lhILlI'IL'IIC 1'1OVI'kI1'CI, Phyllis IIIIII, IBUIHIIIIIL' ,IUI'iIiIU, N "1 I Ieon 111 III1 Iliaslings, SHHCII21 Biles, Carolyn CI:1I'I1, SI1iI'IL'y Iivllcy, 1 U I r1III Sovicl 1111 Moi my Illtvins, hliunv Craven, Marv Iillcn ITL'SI7l'TIIIiII1, PIII Iloslinn, I 11 11111 i I.xn1v11 I11 IXIIIIHILI Sha ton, ncli oxington, Agnes Bennett, Jndv Iuinst, juclv Ihwivcr, I son In ILKI1n1I1 IIIIII row Phyllis VVIIIIIIUS Iv 4 ingI'I'. 'l'IIii'1I row: Peggy Cudmlv, lXI:1xinc Bonds, VIVIIIIEI 1 I II , 11 I' III lint lVIulIn1Ix,P wo Lv Argo, Ilubv I3arri11gcr, IIQILII1 IIz1n1iI1oI1, Svlviau ,link 1 Ins 1111 or L f II ll Iinhhv 'lun LI Il fu' Ilwln, KI'I1ne1l1 Edwards, Keith Ilzxlu-I', johnnv Barlow, 11 IHr111Lu Mdo1nI11nI1s 1n VVIIIIIIQLI Iumy Oiur, 111111 Nllvn, .lin1n1y Kidd. Fozwth Tow: Chairlic Ilronlnv, Don I 1 limi Iovcc Iunson IXIINIIQII VV1I1d1 hun IIIIKI xzivv Ilowl, Carole Ilzirrington, julia Ulzxrlu-, Unvlc "V 1 3111111 IKM SI1InI1 1 In IXIIIQ I'IIgl111cson IIII11I, CvI11I1i:I Iilctchcr, Milclrutl Kclncr, Ilvlty Ilvnl, Iivcky I I yloi Ii I II QIII11 11111 VV1 son mU1I1's, Ann LI1ll'l'l'II, Ann Donny, Qludv Iluzlson, I.iI1cII1 Ilvusc, ' Ill HN Lllli 4 Us ss A XI IIILI1 Il 11 ll'lI7l'l', Sluvc Kiscr, Roclncv AI'l11SIftJl1Q, Raw Illnulcwvlclcr. ' Uri! 4 1 ll Y , I I I I mf C7lIII'0I1cL- Ilorton, Kay IIvaI1111lo11, ,l:II1icc IIL'I'I'iI1, IIIII'oId f son Jhv I 10111 IS 54111111 I II' IL I I Sh npt, Bram 1 III1s, I Ill IIWIII IIIII1, Kaye Beaver, Lindzx Knigln, Don Clonilixigglxt, I 4 II 1oro I Ink O11 It IS 1 'tc iis, IIIIIwI'1 ACIFIUTS. LIBRARY CLUB Fin! 1'UlI'I Klanucl Ovcrcnsli, liarlmrzi Paxton, Social Clzairmmzg Barlmrzu Plcss, Robbie Moss, Sa- villa Lzrwing, Iunc Carter, SCL'1'L'ltU',Vj Put Harrison, l'yiL'C-l,l'8SiLlCl1lj Limla llulfmun, Miss VVillmurn, Adf visvr. Second row: Phyllis Kluttz, Virginia Simmons, Murtlm Deal, 'Ioan Cliapmain, Trcasurerg Phyllis Hull. Kenneth Xloon, Ioyce Linebzrrricr. No! pic- tured: Randall Benton. Prcxiziezri. The Library Club ol' Brown lliglm strives to give thu students rr lucttcr unclwstarmliiig ol' lion' to use tlic library more conveniently and sriridacmi-ily. Ezlcli mcmlucr works in the library one period out ol' ovary clay. 2 vf was .Q :woman FRENCH CLUB The lireneh Club ol' Brown High sets forth to better acquaint the members with the lireneh custom., skits, and language. Eye ' student taking French l r ll is welcome to join. SPEECH CLUB The object of the Speeel Club is to improve speaking ability ol' its members, to enable them to work as a group in building up their school and their community: and last, to allord opportu- nities for presenting. seleet- ing work, and finished speeches. liirst row: L5 nn Bonds, Prebble Crowell, ,lane Moore, Sumrnne lleal, Judy Uoodman. Shelby lean Martin, Nancy Myers, Kaye Boyd, Ser.'re1m'y5 Margare. Christy, Vice-Prexi' dent, .Xlex Viola, Treasurer: Nancye Chandler. President, Yvonne Cleary, Kay Brown, Carolyn Clark, Barbara llless. Seeoml row: Pat Boggs, Nlaxine Sloop, Sarannet Holland, Xlltyne Pennell, Richard Sellers, Clarence Horton, Teresa Moon, Dennis Joincs, Kay Shinn, Jimmy Beck. Gail Ross, Rodney Armstrong, Linda Kay Thornburg, Kenneth Upright, litta Ruth llastings, Sheila Leonard. Third row: Cynthia Gilliam, Betty Gail Morris, Maxine Bonds, Brenda Shaver, Edith Lynch, Doris Lail, Margie Harrington, Betty Deal. Becky Lee. Clotilda lVcddington, YVanda fllunday. Nola Ze-pp. Becky Parker, Brenda Paige, Enola Griffin, Betty Io Hughes. Fourth row: Miss Mclnnis, Adviser, Kirby Russell, George Barrier, Larry Cntmbley, Chandler Price, Alan lVleKnight, jerry liunderburk, Clary Goodman, Brenda Thompson, Kenneth Burke, Erie McKnight, Dona- line Jordan, George King, Priscilla Mates, Margie johnson, Linda Lomax, Sylvia lloee. Not picture-il: Joyce Sarrett, Carol Styers. First row: loyce Garrett, Elsie Payne, llice-President, Blarilyn Huflstetler. Iulia Clarke, Secretary, Linda I-Iollar, Joyce Scarboro, Mrs. Edwards, Adviser, jimmy Smith, Charles Alexander, Bill Vllilson, Buddy Bost, George Noel. Treasurer, David Alabran, President, Qlohnny Lee, Randall Beaver, Henry Cress. Paul VVilson. First, row: Don Daniels, Becky lioil, l'resiole1fii.g Saundra lvey, Vice-P1'esiole11tg Leonard Barlow, Treasurer, Sonia Griffin, Secretaryg ,Indy Barnes, l'rog1'111ri Clfrizirmimg Jimmy Parker, Wayne' Childers. Second row: Alhert Miller, VV:1yne Dayvault, Joyce Jordan, Naomi Bennett, Loneda Benton, Boyd jordan, Iliminy Price, L r eaver Bill Long. Tlziril row: Frank Caton, Charles Mann, Helen Hamilton, Laurna Nlitchell, Roy Eddleman. Fonrlli row: Steve Kiser, Norma Sloop, Margaret Sloop, Jean Taylor, Jerry llohhs, Marvin Benton. First rout Nlarvin Williams, -liaska Sikes, Brenda Freeman, Clmpluin: Judy Turner, Secretary: Tommy liarringer, lviC6'PY'L'SiLlClllj Blillicent Shep- herd, Presidenig Linda Huie. Secoml row: Jerry Dellinger, 'l'rausu1'e1'5 Bradley Stroud, Lottie Grofli, Helen Hager, Peggy Clayton, Sandra Goodman, Eddie Foil, Wiridcl Burton. Third row: Mickey Lineharrier, Charles Brown, Shirley Yost, VVancla Stack, Bonnie Deal, Phyllis Cheek, Mary Lou Hawkins, Helen Nicholson, Becky Perry, Begky Meacham, Vernon Cleary, jaelt Hill, Program Clmiriimn. Four-rlr row: Jimmy Dayvault, Marian Kelly, Adviser, Lynda Rohinette. lo Holt. SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club strives to establish hetter relation' ships between Spanish coun- tries and ours. The eluh teaches students the eus- toms, literature, and arts ol' these foreign eountries. LATIN CLUB The purpose of the Latin fluh is to give the students an insight of the Roman period and the contributions the Romans have made to eivilization. The purpose of the Monitors is to direct thc students in the hallways, to eliminate confusion, to make sure M 0 N I T 0 S students have permission to be dismissed from class, and to see that they speedily advance from one class to another. ,i-Q.. ,1 ,,,-f., ,MFI ag .5 1.2 1.4 ,Ti Hair? Q n QW, r' WL?" liirst 1'ou': Nancy Chandler, Co-cliiefg Bill XVilson, C0-chief. Second row: Dave Alabran, Pat llarrison, Madeline Bragg, -lean Smith, Ann Lowery, Linda Deese, Doris Lail, Glenda Hall, Sallie Candle, Sylvia Jarrett, Arnold Shinn. Third row: Faye Clampet, Larry Sloan, Barbara Foster, Glenda Haney, Saundra Ivey, Phyllis Hollar, Linda Mills, Yvonne Cleary, Margaret Christy, Elsie Payne, hleta Bose Castor, Barbara King, Helen Hamilton. Fourth. row: Ted Hen- drix, Ann McLean, Agnes Bennett, Brenda Covington, ,lean Taylor, Barbara johnson, Virginia Sinclair, Gilda Teague, Sara Kerley, loyce Lunsford, Laurna hlitchell, Peggy Blevins, Barbara Qherrill, -loyee Garrett, hir. Bhye, Adviser. Fifth row: Sandra llrolette, Nlargie Johnson, Brenda Paige, -ludy Crawford johnson, .ludy Faust, David Miller, Bandall Benton, Don Goodnight. First row: Faye Hardin, Betty Ann l,axvs, lfrances hlcfominons. Presidevztg Carol Styers, Etta Ruth Hastings, Secretary, Brenda Beaver, 'lwreasurerg Linda Shinn, Scrapbook Clzniwiiaiiz and Hisforizzizg Arlene Edwards, Reporterg Miss Waatts, Adviser. Second rout: Anna Hamhy, Janyee Beck, Maxine Bonds, Peggy Caddy, Pat Bostian, Alice VVatson, Cynthia Fletcher, Agnes Bennett, Louise Cushion, Judy L. Helms, Judy Ilrwin. Third row: Linda Staton. Mary Carter, Blinnie Stamey. Frances Diggs, Kathleen Mason, Barham VVatson, Carol Taylor, Bobbie Moss, Linda Thompson, Judy Faust, llonaline Jordan, Judy Johnson. Helen Hamilton, Ann VVl1itukcr. Ifourtli, row: Doretha Vvatson, Barbara Carter. Cassie Perry, Barbara Fullam, Shirley Bullock. Linda Diggs, Billie Gregory. Sandra Biles, Jean Taylor, Myra VVillitims, Judy Lineharrier, Joyce Argo, Brenda Queen. . .A. The object of the Future Ilome- l11LlliCI'S of America Club is to pro- mote an interest in the students to become better citizens and het- ter homemalters ol' tomorrow, both in homes and in communities. TRLSCI CLUB The purpose of the 'l'rifSei Cluh is to promote and develop interest in science, and to provide an out- let or means of expression for those who have interests concerned with either of the three major hreals- downs of science: biology, chem' istry, and physics. Boy Eddleinan. John Graham, Agnes Bennett, Judy Faust, Edward Little, Tommy Moore, Mr. Brown. Aoi'1iiserg Dennis Lacey. UFFIGE PAGES lilnlny llarlicr, Margaret Slrelton, Mila clrcd Korner, llrcncla lluavcr, Sliirlcy Kullcy, lxlrs. Bostialn, f!lL1l'lSL'l'Q Pcggy Blevins, Virginia Sinclair, liranccs Mc' Commons, Jane Wilscmn. LAB ASSISTANTS Bill Wilsoli, Billie llowarcl, Roy Eddle- mzm, Marilyn lluffstctlcr, Sara Lee Murray. FIRST AID ASSISTANTS Seated: Sylvia Jarrett, Meta Rose Castor. Standing: Phyllis llartsoc, Carolyn Vin- son, Mrs. Gilmore, Aziviserg Ann VVl'iit- aker, Judy Faust. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION First VOIP! Glenn lYallcl'. lhxrlimnenturirmg l'ntsv Smith, l'iee-Prusirlent: Ted llendrix. flxwuium' Presiduntg David Sue-cnet, President: lzwlvn llumnrd, Edilnr-Pmnmtirm lluu- uggerg Randall llentun, 'l'TL'llS1lYl'1'Q Miss Funclerlmurk, Cu-ordiuulor. Second TONY! lris Stanton, Nose Marie llvles, Juyee VVl1ite, Shirlev Ilurt, Janne Craven, Carol Sivers Dellinger, Grace llufff man. Ran' Cheek, Judi' Jolmmn, Marian Kloon, Pat DL-ese. I-irxt mir: Pnl llurriwn, June Cutler, Beeln liuil, lleekv Ju Denxer. lxonne flcarx. Billie llmvnrd. Prexitlvntg .Xlieiu Sur- ron, Vice-Presidvutg Linda Jo Slnop, l'reamnrvrg Rane Bind, Pmgrum, Cl1ui11111111g Brenda Thompson, Joyce Jordan, Szmmlrzx lvev. Second row: Carul Smith, Mrs. xVl1lU11ll'L', Arllfiserg Mr. Drummnml, Advisws Juwe Current. Tlzird mul: Arlene hd' wards. Xlurilvn lluffstetler, Xlzideline Bragg, Jimmx Purlwr, Judi Faust. I.ind.r Km' ilYl1UlTllJlll'g. Jmee Swentt. ,lmee Vl':1gnnel'. illlrinl row: linda llzirrinvllxlt, Loretta Green. llan'l1uru lllitsoli, lulune Pennell, .Xnn Xlel.eun. Clenrge Niac- znnn. Charles llirasher. Larix Picltrel. Fourth run: Rh-xndn fllII'l'UllIl!, ,Douglas llellt, Mitchell Gibson, Dewev Kelner, llunuld lnglc. lfifth ruw: Charles Jones, Odell limulas, llnlrerl Adxnns, Vl'aw11e Fritz. DIVERSIFIED UCGUPATIUNS lirwl ruir: Tllolnais Lentf, l'r4'xid.er11: Jgnnem king, Clrnipldfigg Q l.ZlI'IX ll-murd. Suerefuriz Eugene llirlev, 'I rumurerg Din '- -' Sprinltle, .lmixtzmr lret1xm'u1'g lugene Xhaher, rlxsifstmrt lrwfs- 5 fx 'M1'L'l'j Mr. Lannlx, !l111fise1'. Sr'c'n11ol Vow: Merle Bondi' My BlilL'liVl'Clilk'l'. Carl llielizmlsuli, Lnrrv llmtlterlmi, Clzlvto Ni ' ' dlvtun, Armenia Cluoclniglit, Rm' Alzisun, Donald Snipes, Tmgl Earnhardt. Tlzinl row: Joel Jnlinmn, lllulter Foster, Jimmv Outs-x, Bolmlu Eudx, Douglas Russell, Julmnx Daniel. Kennetli Mu1itgon1e1'v,,L7 nyd Not fpieluwzl: Donald Dennis, Vice- I'1'1'si1l.:'nIg lX'lzu'vin llClIllS, llerlmert lfisher, llill Self, Glenn Smith, llolmluv vVI'l5-jlll, Jinnnv lleek, lluug Perrv. KAPPA TRI-HI-Y lfirsi row: Phvllis llall, Laurna Mitchell, Bcttv Laws, Sandra Sharpe, Cllmplaiiig lircmla Thompson 'lql'L'llS14i'UVj Rav Bovd, Sccreturv, Qlane Vllilson, Viva l'Vusiilenlg -luclx' Barnes, Presiilmztg linda Km' Shinn. Virginia Sinclair. Secrnnl rou': Plwllis NL'lI11S, Kan Tliornlpurg, lulia Clark, juclv Gooclnian, Ann Low- crv, Glvnda llancv, Pvggv Olivcr, Carole llarring- ton. Lonccla licnton. rlilliftyi row: linda Hill. Lincla fooli, Ann larrctt. Gail Ross, llcclxic Hocigcns, Saunclra Ivcv, Cvnthia Gilliam, -lana Argo, Louisa' Cushion. Fourth rmiv: Franccs Grillin, Kay licspcr- man, Linda lVlCKnight, lVlarg1aret liiishcr, .Ican Avant, Vera Parks. Glcnna Cooclson. licttv Dc-llingcr. NANCY IXOUIHI. ZETA TRI-HI-Y Hrs! row: Shirlcv KL-llev, Cflzuplairzq lieckic' Hin- son, Viva'-President, Elaine Hclms, Presidenig Linda King, Treusiifrarg Patty Kluttz. Second row: ,lennic Rcvn VVilcV. Secv'L'1rI1'1': Peggv Blcvins. Bcclcv Foil. Plwllig Blanton. lin-ckx lo Deaver. Nancv l.omax. Third Vow: liathlccn Mason, Barbara VVatson, Bar hara Lainbert, lov Murpliv, livelvn Rowland. SIGMA TRI-HI-Y Fin! rout Sandra Miller, Gail lientlv, Ann W'l1it- alwr, Carolvn llcal, Flo Long, Gloria Seclilvr, Sliclia Argo, Firsi Pwxidenlg Lili Duncan, Secmfzri l'ice-Prcsifiuutg Saiinclra Logan, Second Secretary, Bu-kic Parlwr. Sucoml rout Miliccnt Slicphcwl, VVancla Munclav, llelcn Hager, Linda Phillips, -Ivan Kcrlcy, Olivia Finlc, Anita Pctrca, Cvntliia lflctclicr, Barlnara Soucler. Martlia lhitlecigc, Linda Lomax. Tlzini row: lievcrlx' Klaulclcn, First Secretary, Klyra King, Pcggv Murph, Ncldia Ovcrcash, Pat llostian, lanc Moon-, Prclblmle Crowell, Sallie Candle, Nancv Nclms, Secoinal Vice-Prvsiolenlg Janice Herrin, Sylvia llocc. First Vicv P1'c'siii'e11i: Sue lVlilliurn. Fouflh rrnv: Gail Karrilicr, Kan' Hampton. Plivllim Brosk. Kav HL-aver, First Tl'C'LIX1l7'L'l'Q Catlw Farahcc, Caro- lvn Clark, llianu Holbrook, Linda Kniglit. Not 1oivt1wed: Suvanni- Uval, Sarannct Holland, Secmfml 'l1r'ens1n'L'1'. SENIOR HLY First row: Steve Reese, George XAIISCIHQIII, Keith Baker, Kenneth Duncan. Gene Mussev. Aubrev Iirulcelield. JIIIIIHY Smith. Second rrnr: 'liurnmx Nlwore. President: Ierrv HOIJIB, Steve Riser. ,Iinnnx Parker, Dun Ilwllar, Eddie Curley, Kenneth Clay' mn, Joe Lowerv, Vice-I'1'esidw'11g Kenneth WZIQIJHCIA. Third row: ,linnnv Kidd, .Iinnny Oates, Leonard Iizirlnw, Mike Ilichaulsoii. blinnnv -IHIIIISUH. I7011rtI1 l'U1I'Z Sdndv Vlluudarql, SCL'7'Ell11'I"Tft'1IXIIVCVQ Kenneth Ifdwards. Clmphziizg Xlelvin Ilnpe. SUPHOMURE HLY First ww: Johnny ISLIFIUVV, lludy Vllure, Ilollnie Glosson, Alan McKnight, Erie lVIcKnight. Second row: Dun Slaughter, 'I'nn1n1V Allen, Steve Huhhurd, luck Hill. Tlzird row: -Inhnnv Riddle, Don Cugle, Aaron Iiruulis. Nlarion Buggx. Ifourllz row: Ifddie Ivson. Paul .-Xthanuelus, IVAUIC line, Alnhnm' Ihvis. Igirrv Ilrinev. uv' V JUNIOR HLY Firsl row: Rnnuld llziskins, Larry Neal, PI'l'SIOI81'1,1Q HI. VV. fznnpbell, Riclmrcl Sellers, fIIIL1I7ltII11C Kerrv hlziuldin, Seerelzzryg Frnnlc IJYCICZISII. Tleusilrer, Clarence Hnruzn, R. XY. VI'iIIi4nns, I'iee'Pre5iilent, Second rrnr: Alex Vinld, Bohlmx' Irie 'I lmlnax, IYTI'21Dli Quinn. Xlarvin llenrnn, Iilnnlx' llriee, Kenneth AlIUl1'El,ZOIllCl'V, 'Ilnnmv IIcmfl'n1:in. Tliiwl row: Ilulalw Russ, Vlfzivne Pennell, ,Inhn Clrxihain, Phil Iippurd, George King. MUNOGRAM CLUB I-'irsl row: Kenneth Upright. Larry Neal. Billy Can- non, .Iinunv Parker. Keith Baker, President, Nlarvin Query, Conrad Sloop, Kenneth Duncan, Grady Arm- strong, Eugene Massey, Vice-President, Bob Tucker, jerry Poteat, Clayton lVIidclleton, R. VV. Williziliis. Seeomi rote: Don Honeyeutt, SL'C1'G1!11'jfj Larry Wall4ci', Xtavne lluhbarcl. Kenneth Xlontgornerv. Kerry Maul- clin. Jerry Holmhs, Ronny Glosson, Gene Smith, George Noel, Eldon Petrea, Ronald Haskins. Kenneth Fd- wards. Third rout Glenn Compton, jerry Hess, Marvin Benton, LJ ' ' 'rv Ronny Hampton, Flavel Smith, jerry Moss, Don Goodnight, Rodney Armstrong, 'lied Overcash. Buddy Huggins. Melvin Rape. .x .f GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSUCIATIUN First row: Kay Hampton, llita Noel, Shelia Argo, I,ib Duncan, Myra King, Miltlrecl lietner, President, ,lean Smith, l'!iL'C'P1'USltlC7'lij Gail Ross, Seerr:1m'y5 Vir' ginia Sinclair, 'l'reasu1'erg Brenda Thompson, Cll'lflI1,'lll1i1'lj liettv Deal, Zona Cresxvell, Gail Vlaller. Second role: .Indy Goodman, Carolyn Deal, Tana Argo, Kaye MeVVhorter, Pat Owens, Ann Lowery, Sarah Kerley, Carole Harrington, Nancy Greene, Nancy Koontz, Iudy Barnes. 'I'hi1'd row: Ann Jarrett, Faye lVlcVVhorter, Rachel Cfashion. Linda Phillips, lris Staton, Carol Searhoro. .lutly Faust. Phyllis Hollar, Sylvia Jarrett. EJ www J4JK,1.5i mf Aer 4 , ' fam, hae .... 9 limwn lligli lmal liuur nut' standing crmclics for ilu' l956' S7 suzuwli. in thc pcrsrma ul' lil Eclriiisrrm. Dam Hrrmriulx. Yir Cnlclxwll, llllll Kennctli llull. l'iilllllSlllI1 leads tlic llmlmll nrml girl! lmiulictlmll tr-mm .xml is alan assistant liasulmll cmncln. Nlr. llilIl1I'lL'li is tlic assistant lmrlurrll cuzlcli and :ulsu liwrcls tlic lmys' lmslactlvall and lxlsclinll teams. Cuuclies Caldwell :Incl llaill zxrv rvcciviug their crmclics' training, COACHES C en.-xr rr l'D EDXIINIUX Cofxcu llfxx llmrnrch C,cmr'lrr.s C.AI.DVVl:l.l Ami llALl. Mr. Culclwcll Ir-mls tlic jun- ior Varsity lcums :mal is doing .ui Uxccllent jfrb in training tlw luturr' Varsity plarycrs. Xlr. kclnilxtrrn, lmcslclcs lllS umcliirig clutics, is lllc physical cclucatirm tcalcliur :rt Qiklllllllll junior High. Chrrfli llamrick is tlw Drix'cr's lfclucntirm rlirccrur :mel gciicrul scicricu teacher all llrwwn. llc is irlsu :lie dorm ul' buys at Brown lligli. Couclies Clulmlwcll and llnll urn' also tcucli- crs here. l 4,4 - 1 Li ug ' - yy Lg: 95421: - A ., , , ! Lu u A RONNNEGLOSSON at q A .3 " GUARD N ma E J Q? wb?- ,J ffl? ' 'mf X R . K fi 3 ARMSTRQNG TAcKL.s: "' ' AS? W . lid Q ilb wax , V, .. , V A AA , I gl iz i s A V Yi K I Kg I, ,-. A Yi fi ' I I m' ' ,.,.: m 3 MELW N RAPE . E' QUARTERBACK MW Lf 'n'A" ' "' . , , , ..,.. Q ,,,, ,,,,, ff -Qflj .,h. , ,, " f 5'-'Gm 5 MASH Y J' M 14 ff' TAC K L 5 ,, I , ,, Q if x Y 1+ ' . 3 3 if Q K5mNm'H EDWARDS mf ,ggpm M053 HALFBACK 'W ,. 'W . ' , END N 1 f,-k, ., . I I V- Av K I , . , I CEN-fgq Q Q N f I I - K . 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Ciuorgc Kisvr, and ,Iohn CQr't1hurn. L 1956 'l"lf1ird row: Danny i,ittlc, George Shinn, Clicnn Compton, Richard Arlnstrong, Ronald Haskins, Kenneth Montgomery, Clayton iX'iicicilcton, and Larry VVzxliQcr'. Fonrlfz rout Uon Clooclnight. Rodney ,Krin- strong, Conciws ECillli5Itll1, Hurnricix, ci2liCiXYCii, Hall, liohhi Ross and ,lcrry iiohhs. sv-41, b ' fu' 4 -,ni-4-v-o..sbwZ.lr ..u,a,.. Qkdfi-. .BMA I LM IL. 71.2 1. ,, ,i Q Y, . '. . . hronns Lofnarptz .. 1 and Kenneth Dune' , pcriorx one of their more plcusu tic: c c suison as they prcscnt et vown to thu I coming Quccn, Miss BCC son. 4174! Z'4eQ'2ieefzmd!UkiZI SCOREBOARD WONDERS WONDERS WONDERS 'vVGNi3ERS WONUERS WONYGERS WONUER5 ALBEMARLE . . I5 mmm GROVE I5 MODRE5ViLi.E,. 6 LANDES ..... 0 MGNRQE .. 7 WINEiOFF....7 CSNfL'.QRU...5 I I 1 I .. czffcfd we n ALMA MATER WALL own ALMA MATER enum mon la me swoon rsommo spmmcouanoz asm: ww mm Luvmw. Lowa THE PRAEBES aw mm HEARTS EVER Wm RKNLS TRUE. 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A 4 ':,,Q:4:2: --:bam ,TE Q LL" gg A 1 M W , M., f, ,W , I 1 V! 3 D first rout Yliornmg harringer, George Riser, Leon Richardson, Larry james, Ronnie iiamp' ton, Wfayne iiuhhard, Billy Cannon, and Ron- nie Qilosson. Secmzzi row: Coach llamrick, buddy Huggins, 'Iohnny Riddle, Benny Julian, Don Goodnight Larry Howard, jerry Moss, lorry Potdat, Eldon Petrea, and Coach Caldwell. be5,4?A,,2p,..,c Via B A s K E T B Agn:-fy , fr Luigi- PM Sm ivy07'9 JL' e rj P-,IZA 021901, if ,f Gu-"'fW,tf"fbilJ Us ffjryt P HJ UM ,Q wif- i my 9Lii.-MM! ILI1 Wm in iiifi a Su,-if .,r'Gi.,timf1m.n- pionship haskethaii team for the 1957 season. They have won their first five haskethali games to put them on top in the South Piedmont Conference race. Two of their toughest rivals, Coneord and Albemarle, have already been heaten. 'lihe XVonders have a top scoring eomhination in the persons of Eldon Petrea and .Ierry Poteat, who are the Co-Captains. The team also has a hustling defense capable of hottling up their op' ponents at erueiai moments in a game. r n, 6 X XX lm! goes up . . ll Hulnlmrcl gets Ll jump I C mmm hits A Free Ihrfm' l XYl1L'l'u's mln- bull? 10,5 got il? I' l'm'dun my hand i ,..,r' ,QQ W. v. an pq :HQ Nun., "H-v-..., QQQW' ..,.-M ll "-"' fj iz , l ' r X ' , ,l' f . ' L I , ,ff m' I fj-...ak ff.-'ijff 6 'Hgi.,fA, ' .1.f,Lf4 ' 2404141 f'f'X'Q!"" . " J I f' . 'Qi i ' fc-if li'7' .L i GIRLS' BASKETBALL' 5 jftfndauf SEASONS H lGI ILIGI ITS The Xllonderettes, rated as a "DarleHorse" in the I956-'57 Southern Piedmont Conference has- liethall raee, have proved that a determined team cannot he put down or loolted over. As the Al.BRoK,xN went to press. Coach Ed lidmiston and Assistant Cloaeh Kenneth llall had ,led their team to a 5 win-O loss reeord. :Xt the rate the XVonderettes are going now, their hopes for a ehampionship team are exeellenl. Being hit hard by last year's graduation, the team has jumped haek to he the surprise squad of the season. Guards Shelby Ross and Mildred Ketner served as CofCaptains lor the I957 season. Graduation will again take four of the Vlfonder- ette players. Shelby Ross, Clara CSisD liaggart, Roh' hie Moss, and Mildred Ketner. But wellfqualiliied girls are lellt to fill the vaeaneies and to he molded into players ol' the future and into a championship team. Kl'IE'L'lllIQZ Shelby Ross, C:U'Cl!1l7l!ll71f Rolvlmie Moss, Mildred Ketner. ffo-Ccrpmin: Clara QSisD Faggart, Brenda Thompson, Phyllis llollar. Standing: Doris XValler, Lih Duncan, Shelia Argo, lleelxie ixlllilbllllll KE'l'Nl:ll AND SIIELISY Ross, Co Czzptaim Perry, 'Ian Nixon, Carol Searhoro, Coaeh Ed lidmiston, Vielti VVoodarcl, Elaine Burris, lane llulloelt. Linda Griggs, Brenda Brandon, and Mildred CCoolxieD Alexander. I K l 1... gl 'N-mv., I .,,, , 'gsgrrw -R 41, D A 5 l 4 2 llwlfl xpgmlx mul li Cmnt un, fULllXC llunl il lung vnuuglm 5l'V"'flVfl l" 5lmU'l Il MY. clucs slw cvcr missf? ,1 ' , . ., ' ll luolx. Cfmmnlm, l um lly.. I IWHUW mc Imdcll 7111, Img up Iluh? lim' lurms all lcll Sw near, yvl su lm' l Out ul' mx' wav, llul. .Xl1, mum' lm gimmiv li ll lmcrck really Ilfillllllg lu il I 1,151 if' X 'I -4' Ly ' mi' E ' ' "', 4 lf- , '.,. ' fi, . Q, Q-Q"xf ,! M f B Abs E B A L Ls. 3,-f X- . ' -' A 1 X' . ',,' -af inf? ff!! 'Y ' j QM!" U, A N xg 1,1 . ,ilu .dE?"Q. j lfirst ggiw: VVz1ync Bisgcll Gene Smith, Paul Kcnncllm l3lzxckvvclder, VVzly11G'Hu15l1al'g, und: -- v EV. Vwlljgms, rlwciglmfy Rogers, Com' Lavaughn RUHCVS- iff l ,'WfL1lliAna5,' rfmld Haskins, :mal -Iolmny Littlc. Thin! ,-UW: Jolmmv Riddjcy Bill Llulmmldx , ,' Leroy Sccrcy, jcrry Moss, l:lz11'cQ'E11itq1,' Ray- 'KQUCUHJ "UW ,ICVYY HC55- DUN H'mQYCUff, KW' moncl .Xlcxamclcxy Huclclx' lILlggiI5g5, C1iL' y ILCF, and Couch llzlmrick, ' l meth Upright, xIlll'YiD Benton, hilly Cannon Xwlitla lim TRACK Firsl row: Grady Arinstrong, 'linnny Parker, Kenneth Duncan, Rodney Armstrong, Kenneth Edwards, Rohby Tucker, and George Noel. Second row: Richard Sellers, Richard Ann- strong, Leonard Beaver, Ronnie Il21lTll7t0l1,vlVlCl' vin Rape, Ronnie Glosson, and Eugene Massey. ...E-M ., ...,. ngggwmwi . sw we r 1 J izigswfsg R Third row: Coach Edlniston, Kerry hlaulden, .Iohn Grahain, ,Karon Brooks, Charles Brown, .lohnny Grihhle, Vvaync Adcoclc, Frank Uvcr- cash, and Frank Caton. Track has now advanced to the status of a major sport at Brown High largely through the enthusiasm shown by its par- ticipants. The locals have come to he rc- garded as an outstanding team in this area, A large number of lettermen have re' turned and this promises to be the hest year since track was first introduced at Brown. Ainong those seniors returning are: Ken- neth Duncan, Robby Tucker, Kenneth Ed- wards, Keith Baker, Eugene hlassey, Con- rad Sloop and hlelvin Rape. y V609 HV Ply P' Ui: JV I A Jn ,y UU. 'f ' wjyfl, ?J f " . , " " X J Nj' if 66 '. X' " ' ' X v nl N L 2cwuda-a' Aon "'..f fu Q-1 'Q -,,,,..a- C ONGRA TULA TIONS' X , 75-W AND X ' 1 . Nm- , ' BELSNT WISHELSW VM' Mbyjf MSW ' j,zMfJ 'i ' fiffr -QW , WW A CANNON MILLS COMPANY I O Hlll ff! rea . I I 1 . I ff' , " 7 r' rj? ' ,ff 1 ff . . ff W- , im' C 1 .HJ 1. lADY'S FQNERM HOME E E! CCH. Brown V' DL " I , W , C0l'IYQliE!if!X,,,LPCCf?d in I CONCORD C1 KANNAPOLIS , Dial 2275 - Dial 2131 - E 24 Hour Ambulance Service F,- .'.',,,, Y .,, 4. f -1 4 -' E112 Bailxhgj Zltiilvpgriilriif 'V "A'Cabarrus C51111fy's Leading'Newsphper KANNAPOLIS, N. C. T. aw' lv!! ' UNEEDA CLEANERS ' Midway KAN NAPOLIS N. C. , M, A?Lp1JV'713l V 0 9, MA ' ,fn f 1 J 'XX . f , I ,ji Lf? ,W yt Di i - ' " U F0 ' , ft I' L15 MWA , Riff f- lg , JZ 'WM' 4 5 11 1' f W s. in 1. I 1 c n enaenr 1' rms Phone 2-5161 ,J H ' M " Af' if JM W LMEY a. ols afipjyzw ' ings To Wear for Men Who Care wg! J! 1 K 1' N c . 1n unnapols, . if Page One Hundred ,,,f 2 'JL'MKfQl2,.f5J 0, J. I SQ WQJJ0 W wffffujwdifgbfm LIATIJUNS Q54 ,QWWM MM, fy MW Ww,.,1f'7A M94 JEWEL SHXQPPEZ1. , ily A Qwyw Vw ow under fqlf E liilk shakes gongrurulariogalj' :Qi5Tni0rSA of f X Fozf Riiihang Treat Vasa I ' xX . P 222 in ' Nui. I ROWAN DAIRY BAR ' Q68 Open Daily 11:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. ' Sundays-12 Noon fo 9100 PM pcANNAPoLls, NORTH cARouN n Blvd. Jackso 5 Page One Hundred Sixteen A ,bnl9m9':M!Ni.XB5+Q1Z'2r off-.jgi hL XMB 0 ERN conn SHOP HUDSON'S culr 30, M. W. l-ludson, Operoto - lg. 7 OK ect' Cya, P 1 M Recxhrds-Albums-Record Players W C S A est" " t. t ' . 201 Oak Avenue t Dial 2-9251 ' 4 , ' ! Phone 2-8647 IV 'jj 3' KANNAPOLIS, N. C. xi f fin? 1 660616 5?'L vi A A A. A. WAGNER CO. Piiangqliiiroeltil ' .4 VJ A ,' 7,11 ,V A 1 --51 .woor "c'fs1.. " Phone 7681 1 . fy If " AN 1 . fl g . 1 WHOL ALE GROCERY Qg y-Keep it Handy" 157' our ous, N. c ia' .lffgckh ' Dehviy FEMS 601 South Moan sr. Phone 4161 my K1 jf is y 5 mfxsou PARK enoc RY R- M- mkft t GROCERIES-MEATS-PRODUCE A Real Estate-Building ' Building Supplies "Everything To Build With" Serve yourself or be served Louise Ave' ' Jafks Pa' N esid Ie: 1202 Central Dr., Phone 2-6681 Phone 864' ' ' J ij Shop: Ruth Ave., Phone 2-6131 MM A 5 fig X X -3? . 3 , it ' Ep AThsj , SENIORSI .fThe l-lip ogkffomfnffm EJ - . Plenty o 3 ng SP ce Xi- V Cannon Blvd. E. 1 'AC K5 0 5 H111's CLOTHING sronr WESTERN BEEF-QUALITY GROCERIES 514 N. Cannon Boulevard Phone 2-3636 YOUNG MEN'S FASHION CENTER Phone 5191 Page One Hundred Seventee 5 :ll .I 1 +L Jul' J fix Ill L' ' J l L f ' V . 'V' . V.,-'ffl V pf 1' lo ly . 'Sl' ' Oil , .lyk ,J A , ,uf 3 . W .,,7AU' BANHNG - i would Lik' ' WLAWED To QFIT 3,lV"y' To Thank The ulty and bu! .4y,Ld' A NW! YOUR NEEDS lj Studente y For The 3211- LF" l It I J. in Wonderful Cooperation Qu. fl! v Ch,it.idngHAee5fInts I ,gsf jg I . ywhale Making The ' ' ! r Regular, SI 'speciglf j 4 fi ty. 'Pictures For This Annual flu l 1 lvv, 1 5. - , 5 . 'W l 'll - oehs-Allfflu es 1 l. 'F ff 'f ,l , l ' For WorthifihilepPurpose lj fl W 1.11.7 1 l Would Like To Wish The Senior ' ydaings Accounts Class Every Success In Their I L I 3, I ll1f6l'0Sf Paid Further Education Away From M' A. L. Brown High School M y, " cAnAnnus BANK 'l " AND TRUST COMPANY PORTRAIT SHOP 201 West Avenue Bm Cohen K NM J ,a,u.,cL, 0, 71-iffffd KANNAPOUS NSIT 1908 1951 co KAN QQ' 3 Ride the busgs t Safe, L 1,644.1 6. J l.- Smith Drug Company "The Rexall Store" 0-are gm.. Economical and Dependable WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE We charter buses Phone ZH8 to all points in N. C. AVI! A ne orth Carolina's Phone 2-9541 ll ,Drug Stores South Main Street MJ M LM Page One Hundred Eighteen K . j , i K X ' i Q n , FINEST LOWEST GIFT CREDIT , VALUES TERMS Independent Cootpiergtive SIHFEG W' ,,- , H- fe ' . in - f f ,. if A " Main Streetfwarehouses J I 1112107 "FII-4 1 7 Q' ' fl, , ll W kid. Z ', iid 5 Phone,7llI! f ,fd Ji' , ' I. ll' f Nl " ' . , X, ef, ff momrson ANni NANcE GARAGE .,f""i - ey WRECKER SERVICELBQDY SHOP'- l Qeneral Auto Repair ' ' 1 , 4r , 'S J buf!! , ffl' .31 df! ' Lowe's Trading Center 1, , 7' l lift!! fn. Cannon Boulevard C ,v . fu. Congrotulotloris To The Clow ol '57 lane St. Remnant Shop See Us For Your Sewing Needs 2009 Lane St. Phone 2-0319 1. V.ilJWlG6ItlS, Jewelers We Specializeiin e FINE WATCH HREPAIRING . 9: A ,fu . We Alu'-ircecimte Your Poitroricigc Dial 6766 800 Brantley Compliments ot Tar Heel Oil Co. 8. Middleton's Fuel Service A Good Number To Remember Phone 2-9263 For The Best Of Service l807 S. Cannon Boulevard C0mlJlirnc'?r'1l'S of Page Om' ll14m1rc'rl Niuctce 'r pv- XVCK e got one insicle mm "Dutltly Longlt-gi' Little Orphan Millie So wliere's the spider? Loolxie here, Dnvcl Anti out of the pig lot comes C I I I ,I K L "Back before I heard of R. D. X "Queen Bceltieu Pied Pipers lX'ly first store bought clressl 'lAloha" ,l ate my VVI1eatics ,EZf,,4,f,ZZZ,A14,4. 2-zJ,,74m,,2zz,,,, ' M. jug. . JI . 'I f Z Q 6 'J 5 CL AAA'-vsf'lAJ 0714, I7 - N The Table Supply Store lUDWIG'S STUDIO 14, A Complete Food Market ar The Ball Par P' , ' 7 If V F .'av,Cash and save if M k Kifauu Phone 6726 ' X . l03 N. Main S On The Square ll - X "You'll like our portraits" ,QP ' s l I J Z N' il QXxXgxuualul1l1l1,,0, ' 7' 557 W :hm Flf6RIST S Q Sf Wl RD'S Xi 109 N.AMoin sneer ' f x Phone 2229 Jewegm l23 South Main Street 7 .XJ , CO?-Q toloruoms Mae S My 0' l 657' T 'EV ' ' ,J iii f.5f'r,iw WM nw 'ffi' Childress Bros. Home A Furnishing Co. gs Furniture-Quaker Heaters N Rugs-Westinghouse Appliances we 'x . W 7 LJ, .W , 1 702 Ca non Blvd. Phone 8676 M?9Z2D'd 5 I, p MJT KANNAPOLIS, N. c. . sm nov: moron co. SU if 3555555 Xl N M f Ph l8 ' 7. Chestnut Avenue p " ' if Q NX A I 7bNwjdyeCe tervuew W 7, EQ 3 peek 6' ed 07 Colonial Frozen Foo1ls'l4 yd ff of Kannapolis ML Kannapolis Cash Grocery vt, "We Freeze To Please" West "A" Street S phone 5264 Phone 8681 Ng . North Ridge Avenue X N Xxx PgO HddT -one Q pr ADL I 1 'f O - . f J- Lf!" li ' ' M ' U, r 4 4 L 2. Beaver lumber and Supply Co. . rHYoulr Friendly Home S U M A ' S ,-' Improvement Headquarters" r"' A' 2 . - phone 567 Phorgg'7ll6 'l8l2 S. Main St. ' l A KANNAPOLIS, N. c. X X .x ,X In S C - fl-4, M, V . fi f-1 f D f 0GAN'S INC. GRANT moron comrmv all ' S I BEAUTIFUL SHOES ' Teleph 226l P. O. Box 8 , U 4 , WN POLIS N. C' vxlolf West Flrsl' Street l V, if wwh 5 S KANNAP LIS, N 3 yW il Y 2 l ' S ft fr' r mr svlhlln A i Q ,JJ ' ' N912 . cm' Blvd. illif 9' Jl'l'GOOD 191-TIN' TO EAT e'eP"0 PM fl , Sjn 7 U xC:.:nnon Boulevard 6' lOth Street 9 US h, ,,V . St My i , -J 'R -all -fro K X3' A 1 .X . .xifwq l KT 5 Dexter Was rs- e Supplies ll fl J I - TelePl"0ne 225 Berkeley Je Pump Fittings -5 if l5-ll7 Northbgih et Sampson Pain s iegl il Heaters .5 by Yg'erebgose 7 ni AwA WI? Jaelgsegrl ,liark Dial 8631 QQ., ".' x vw X V- SFS ,. 5 XX' Y, A rf- X XE? re glxlers Anywhg IX L ix we f ,Kao Jackson Parkland V For The Kannapolis Area XX W' p l Fi. DUYZ Dial 757l Chestnut Avenue ' ight: Dial 2-9357 or 2-8520 Page One Hundred Twenty-tu f X O O ,A t . X as .N X W if if , r pm , K-by qiww 0 ,vii P AX wi V Y 5'-' YN ,,x A Nnl' i W iii is M li A' . ' 4 is T, r-r -xl lx' JJ xy ,J 'rrnr' nu: suor S L, . Do'Nuty?'Spe, I Caves, Wedding Cakes, Birthday Cakes, Special Orders 1 'f LP 1 l A many 7kMNl.-7 P.M.-OPEN-Weekdays 7 AM.-6 PM. l S, S Cannon Blvd. Phone 2-0136 - 1 J . V' Square Circle Super Market sl 'Mai' mnw M nt I AY 95,95 Wife f Fresh Meats-Groceries Y wyxfi-l ,b,uV Ju . "'i Fruits 6' Vegetables by . J ,JQIJQP CK' ykyy JJ Yates Moore, Owner ? 370' ggi jf' '31 X rf: Phone: 7006 Centerview ,I F . L X 5 .L .' u Q4 1 VM 2 , Q' .val gt , yr E yi r, f 'dy , tr' ' 7, xy' r, :'t ,Fl :X W M w 4 ,-4, f v 9 . ll Sal .-"V 5' A ' ' in "fl I ,y:. S 1 pgppiggfm A rovgu- city lrumnis, mc. V OJ M4 V 3-ff! CBzAiLfli,5',0Q74'-fC'si'Z,5TeQf . A 541 -Operators of-O, , ' cj CJ-.os KT, Q llal'!Z4i? 'fy fig. K V? -2- GEM- 69, ' Staple a cfilncy Gr eeries , A DIXIEZPCAQL CEKT ju ia M?af 75m MWNC. v. e few fwf, ' 6 .. ,Q Ni Jlf' ,ff +2 'QD-"VO'L'q-' . Nga wif , tx- A . S, Jlo.+"e7i4i. b 2 ffffff f-'J K A f "' X in Cf,,,l,.L,V, ' The Shovviuocagdf llannapo Brantlec, R adlL,,f. - Phone 6955 NI, 5' I NW,.fp , Owner V A, , It . M ca! u . Nl V . lj, XJ -SAX fldx L J, Lj?l,fd,-" 5 x ' U V! QI' 1, Page One I-liner wen -three M fl" jf' ,f'!i1fWr"" 1 ,A ff if TM 31 ' 1' M W' mf' . y A yy '. 4 .fl fy 19 A M L,,f"' be ' . - lee Kluttz Piano Company V It M11 J, bb o11Anv's, INC. - ff' of ' NEW AND REBUILT P1ANos 'Llfyy W pi' Ladies' Ready-to-Wear My MTA' yy! , Fine Pianos at lgovver Pric s---XV A-, Phone 8146 S. Main Street ' ,. Centerview 0 1,Pho -7 .4 M1 ' Q' y ex .bl , X ' , JM oAs1E's, INC. Q Kanhapo tore cbt here You Always Get The Best Th m-155 011 the Corner If ' Y' X' f V X QQ XY 1. Phone 6166 nejluj . I Jay yy. N 11111 ,T ' A 5 M lip Complet ne Stop Service 1 A ,wx bei - c111:11 W '51 K rvice Stati n N STAR DRY c1EANE11s U4 ,A A! ,Y "Good As Any-Better Than Many" A A Ulf Pf0dUCfS- Hd SST, KANNAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA CM Cirxgniw 'gil' 2192. We Give SGH Green Stamps . w1l1BIl1l0US9 T614 ne 2261 P. ofa ife 35 RCW 070 ly' K T AP I N-C qi' , . oy 'e'sDistributor , , . 'CK :I 5 81 s. in . yffFh6ne 2- 36 ' N3 y KA 1.1s, N. A 111111511-Jones AV , , Your Family Shoe Store S FF' ocesriesxyb dx Meats d Feed shoes F6r,A11 The Family Jackso a Phone 23575 5- Main 51- Phone 2-3611 Laura Avenue W Page One Hundred Twenty-four of Q . l 1554: Zigi! "The Dcyliglwt lent" 3ll "A" Street! P e 5 7'I "Drive i ' ' :3f5mj,i,Q if hoes and sieiy r My E lf? 3 if SA e s or we k an Baby Chicks eld Fer 'zers Flower Bulbs- oultr , up ies T ephone 8 I J APOLI W,A . is all i D is L QI' , AW Wggdwafh the dlglsyigyi wp T ,ff Phonewlf N.c qnnon Blvd. 834 S th Mai . X Query-6olquri45mpany LEWIS DRUG CO. SHOES AND HOSIERY ' Pl10I16 2l87 For The Entire Family 'l . O I The Best South Main St eefv 'lfi 0 Hi! n y KANNAPOLIS 1 - P l 9 est Ave. Kannapolis, N. C. il A ' M 4, A D T L lllflfl' ffll at PS Ax T. I' R I A o ,gp e :af4lFllTibf!gP lpGig1yps'QA I fy 48 in sf. 'W cmrrnvliw sunnmis "Where Your Dollar Has More Cents" U Complete Fountain Service Your Potronoge Is Apprecioted Dial 5156 Jimmy T. Smith, Mgr. f 7l8 East St. Konnapolis, N. C. if lxtfif A Lgrsfi M? MG. . Divx X P b,o' ef,-I 1 lyk suor F "l-ooljll'gt h b of your nec , X ewifb els Hoes" 7, Q ik NED ' , I , f one 7754 Fashions of Distinction Owner: l. Dom Free-ze, Sr. L! Page One Hu-nrlrecl Twenty-five 3E wal 9+ Q , i ,, I -,:Vi. ,rf . -QF" r Lonely llcnrtm Club "l4I1at'5 L1 guod unc," said the bear. "Don't roll thosc lvluodslmot . . .H Hliulu LlllITlI1ll1'lgS , . ." "Now, talxc it from me . "'l'lu'ec Stooges" "Gravel Corrie" ".Xpc" rl-he lD0rscy's Our own Mem about 'lbwnl VValll'l0wcr? llootin' llollur Gang . . . Whiclm unc's tllc clxapcronc? Pale-lfuccs of MW L A A l n 3 J A nh in NENDOLA 4 Jewelry and loan Company I y, Clothing, Luggage, Radios all kinds of merchandise Phone: 285 Midway KANNAPOLIS, N. C. x l 2. .gs ES P I -LAC ES X KANNAPOLIS BAKERY GOLDEN CRUST BREAD sHoE 'REPAIRING get ffl WEL .WCAKES West "A" St. KannaPolis,l J' Kg? POLIZ WW THE uNoLEum suor 9272 of "Look at our floors-others do" Phone 7231 Aigckson Park B!ljb,,gA:!lLl!fl'OLlS7f N. c. K Y A ,ff . Jhhns1on's Barber Shop It Pays to Look Well 217 West "A" Phone 2-8640 is .'-' ' 'j e 'nlsfguxss snort snnelnne laundry s. Cleaners l ful!! V f'A f I If ,. 1 7 nylmRES-l.AMPSiPRl'N4I5if"E , 5 , ,,c,,,,,,, f" Py:TUwRE FRAMES MADE if O Q Dial 2-3236. Qref J,e5,1ieen'Pnfk E- ' M -.':'fE' ' KANNAPOLlS,,.N'f' c. ' Phone 6141 Arrington's S ic Million' fig R Washing- reasiglgy fy, P7 Spark Plug Pleanirlg .- , . Phone 2-55g6y A ' ,X .Calnnorl Blvd. A Slgirfof "ljlopp'y Mojoringl' noses onocm GROCERY 8. MARKET j,.,r, i an ' Y9Lffk'Trade ls Appreciated . D Jackson Park '?Corner of Moose Road 6 Grace Avenue I . 1 1 Page One Hundred Twenty-seven I . 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