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

 - Class of 1958

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This drama combines humor and sadness seen in the lives of the students pictured here. Their little joys and sorrows make up a tale so spellbinding that you will want to see it many times. Raise the curtain now on this epic-herein you will see your- selves acting a full year ofhigh school life. The lights dim . . . UUE-N Puge Four 6317 . ,. Lid' 1 C J, I 3 ,gg if K W7 If I W X7 I A KJ, I I 'I I A P R E V I E W ADMINISTRATION IT DEPARTMENTS CLASSES I 1 1,3 ,l1I,, f SI1, II1-- 2:5 f- I III, I A ,.,.,., A ESE 2 X Y I TIES ATHLETICS XIX S ADS S I .1 15 A lv 'I 4134507 W S H - ' f. :?'..S , ',5 lb I I Page Fm I L A V 1-1 I -Ir. .ly I FEATURED PLAYER For his sincere understanding and his untiring efforts to help us become young men and women, we dedicate this 1958 ALBROKAN to our beloved friend and teacher, MR. EDWIN L. VAN Poous. We shall always hold dear to our hearts a fond memory of one who instilled in us the principles of honesty and fair play. we WMM U ., ,Ty ,4 A , I , I 7 . 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BOONE A.B., Catawba College Head of History Departmentg junior Cla FRANCES BOUNDS A.B., Lenoir Rhyne . of Music ss Adviser. VIRGINIA W. CALDWELL B.S., A. S. T. C. Spanishg Spanish Club Adviser SARAH L. CAUDLE A.B., Meredith College Shorthandg Typewriting. FRANK CRAINSHAW Shopg Sheet Metalg Vocational Courses. ED EDMISTON A.B., Catawba College Mathematicsg Student Government Adviserg Physical Educationg Athletics Directorg Head Football Head of Math Department. Coachg Girls' Basketball Coachg Track Coach FRANK BROWN MRS. W. F. EDWARDS B.S., A. S. T. C. A.B., W. C. U. N. C. Chemistryg Physicsg Tri-Sci Sponsor. Englishj Speechg Speech Club Adviser lv X. F A 0 U. S. MARY ALICE ELLIOTT A.B., W. C. U. N. C. Historyg World Historyg Honor Society .IUNE FLETCHER A.B., Winthrop College Arr. DOROTHY FUNDERBURKE B.S., Queens College D. E5 D. E. Club Adviser. LORAINE GRAY A.B., W. C. U. N. C. M.A., Columbia University Englishg Senior Class Adviser. KENNETH HALL B.S., East Carolina College Sponsor. Historyg Psychologyg Governmentg Assistant Girls' Bas- ketball Coachg Assistant junior Varsity Football Coachg Page Ten Assistant Baseball Coach. U L T Y MRS. D. N. HAMRIOK A.B., Lenoir Rhyne College Businessg Head of Business Departmait. NANOETTA HUDSON B.A., Greensboro College of Music University of North Carolina Englishg Dramatibsg Brown Masquers Adviser. MILTON JAMES LAMB B.S., North Carolina State D. 0.5 Industrial Artsg D. O. Club Adviser. HAROLD MATHENY B.Mus.Ed., Shenandoah Conservatory of Music Instrumental Music ELIZABETH MOMURRAY A.B., Columbia Bible College Bible Guidance Counselorg Bible Club Adviser. F A 0 U L T Y MRS. K. W. MILLER A.B., Meredith College BARBARA PRoc'roR B.S., A. S. T. C. University of North Carolina Englishg Iournalismg ALBROKAN and Brown Highlights Englishg Covernmentg American Historyg Psychology. CHESTER E. MISENHEIMER A.B., Catawba College M.A., University of North Carolina Ortbntationg Director of Guidance. ELMER POOLE A.B., Catawba College Biologyg History. WILLIAM PosEv B.S., University of South Carolina , Clemson I gl1l'!lL6i?E6gyf History. R I I . r ' 4 is l' , ,VL . . P - U Nw ll., - 3BE'I'rY PRESSON 1 , . . 0,941-i ,,'y iw B.S., A. S.-T.C. ' ,fr Bitsiness Educationg Social Studies. ,Pd xl f . 3. I lx Staff Adviserg Quill and Scroll Adviser. JOYCE E. PUTNAM B.S., A. S. T. C. Algelfrrag Arithmetic. MRS. CHARLES QUERY A.B., Catawba College Englishg World Historyg Sophomore Class Adviser MRS. NED ROBINETTE B.S., A. S. T. C. Vocational Home Economics, Greensboro Home Economicsg F. H. A. Adviserg Cheerleader Adviser. MRS. MARGARET E. SI-IIPTON A.B., M.A., University of South Carolina Lating La-tin Cluh Adviser. r X F A 0 U L T Y BARBARA RUTH STALLINGS EDWIN L. VAN POOLE MARY A. WILBURN A.B., Limestone College B,A,, Catawba College A.B., Winthrop College Mixed Chorus. M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers University of North Carolina Graduate Work U, N, C, Librariang Library Club Adviser HARVEY TURNER Mathematicsg Key Club Adviserg Business Manager B.Mus.Ed., Shenandoah Conservatory of Music of Senim Class- A. S. T. C. Band. MRS. A. M. WHITBIIRE A.B., Winthrop College Englislig Head of English Departmefnrg F. T. A. Adviser. Daddy sum The CGS Sfvaaef. Gravel Gertie 0 M , We're Goin9 CLEAN Home! C 7-., Cellmates. T cAsT I ' neun 7' K .-M: n E E L II 1 W + , 1 X- REEL III W I ' I AJ: 0 r W, , H4..,1 ' 'Q XV 'x I . WW 'I tl I ' 71 ' M1 , - Ii, I, j quflnw 13 I -T' 5 :I fl !, jj rl VI Thirte I A . ,A S E N I 0 R S OFFICERS KERRY MAULDEN ..... ...... P resident RICHARD SELLERS ..... .... V we-Preszdent BARRY BOSTIAN ..... ...... T reasurer DONALINR JORDAN .... .... S ecretary MOTTO Ending Dreamsg Beginning Reality! CLASS FLOWER CLASS COLORS Red Rose Red and Silver Page Fourteen .. , ,,f,..,,.,,.-.....L,,-,hm.-R.,,,,,, Y 7 EUGENE AESHER lf I had my life to live over, I'd do the same things again. French Club 25 D.O. Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 45 Hi-Y 2, 35 Junior Varsity Football 15 Homeroom Vice-President l, Treasurer 2. ' NORMA GAIL ALLEN To have a friend is to be a friend. D.E. Club 4. TANA joy ARco Live each day as though it were your last, and forget how wonderful yesterday was. Tri-Hi-Y Convention Delegate 35 Football Sponsor 45 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Play Day at W.C.U.N.C. 2, Scrapbook Chairman 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Co-Ed Steering Com- mittee, Secretary 3, Vice-President 45 Brown Masquers 4, Make-Up Chairman 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, Secretary- Treasurer 35 Monitor 4, Secretary 45 Basketball 15 Senior Class Superlative Committee 45 Junior Class Play Make-Up Chairman 35 Student Teacher 2, 45 Homeroom Vice-President 3. CLARENCE RODNEY ARMSTRONG Life has value only when it has something valuable as its object. Thespians 45 Key Club 45 Bible Club 3, 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Junior Varsity Football 15 Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Treasurer 45 junior Class Play Cast5 Dramatics Class Play Cast 3. JEAN KAYE AVANT The grand essentials If happiness are something to do, someone to love, and something to hope for. Superlative 45 Christmas Queen 15 Spring Dance Queen 15 National Thespian Society 3, 4, President 45 Bible Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Brown Masquers 45 Orchestra l, 2, 35 Monitor 15 Session House 15 Homeroom Secretary 1, 25 Brown Highlights, ALBROKAN Business Staff 2, 3, 45 junior Class Play Cast 35 Dramatics Class Play Make- Up Committee, Prompter, and Property Committee. JUDITH ANNE BARNES The world is blessed most by men who do things, and not by those who merely talk about them. Latin Club l5 Monitor 15 Intramurals 15 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 25 Session House 35 Dramatics Class Play Marshal 3. BRENDA SUE BEAVER 1 strive to do the things that are right in the eyes of God. Queen of Carolinas' Key Clubs 35 Homecoming Queen 45 Football Sponsor 45 Iunior Class Courtesy Honor 35 Bible Club 1, 2, 35 D.E. Club 4, Editor Promotions Manager 45 F.H.A. 3, Treasurer 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, Vice-President 25 Moni- tor 1, 45 Cheerleader 3, 45 Office Page 35 Homeroom Secre- tary 45 Senior Dress Committee 45 junior Class Play Make-Up Committee 3. LEONARD RAY BEAVER Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall. Spanish Club 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Band 1, 25 Varsity Football 3, 45 Track l, 2, 3, 45 Homeroom President 1, 2, Treasurer 3. RANDALL E. BEAVER There is no reason for it, it's just my policy. Band 1, 25 Speech Club 3, 45 Track I, 2, 3, 45 French Club 35 D.E. Club 4. JAMES BURTON BECK Endeavor to know what is right, and do it, dreading no consequences. National Thespian Society 3, 4, VicePresident 45 French Club 2, 35 Club 3, 45 Homeroom Treasurer 45 Brown Masquers 4, Vice-President 45 Office Page 15 Student Teacher l: Homeroom President 25 lunior Class Play Cast 35 Junior Class Play Publicity, Properties Committee 35 Dramatics Class Play Properties Committee Chairman 3. JANYCE MARIE BECK The will to do, the so-ul to dare. .Superlative 45 Monitor 15 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, State Bible Club Retreat Delegate 45 Latin Club 1, 25 F.H.A. 2, 35 Junior Class Play Marshal 35 Student Teacher l, 35 Student Secretary 45 Brown Masquers 4, Scrapbook Editor 45 Office Page 45 Junior Class Play Publicity Committee 35 Junior Class Play Business Committee 35 Banking 3. MARTHA NAOMI BENNETT I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me. Spanish Club 35 Monitor 45 Homeroom President 2. LONEDA BENTON Quam Esse Vider-i. Bible Club 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Brown Mas- quers 45 Speech Club 45 Brown Masquers Play Cast 4. MARVIN O'NE1L BENTON Keep u faultless body, and a blameless mind. Spanish Club 35 Monogram Club 3, 45 Hi'Y 1, 2, 45 Var- sity Baseball 2, 35 Junior Varsity Football 1, 25 Varsity Foot- ball 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 25 Junior-Senior Decorating Com- mittee 3. IUDITH ANNE BLACKWELDER It isn't what we have but what we ure that makes life worth living. Monitor l5 Office Page 15 Bible Club l, 2, 45 Latin Club 25 Idomeroom Treasurer 1, 25 Student Teacher 3, 45 Duplicating 4. Page Sixteen e - at BARRY MAX BOSTIAN The important thing is not where you stand, but the direction in which you are facing. Boys' State Delegate 35 State Bible Club Retreat Delegate 45 Bible Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 French Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Band I, 25 Swingsters 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 45 Orchestra 35 College-Career Day Host 35 Student Government Assem- bly Committee 35 Homeroom President 2, 35 Brown High- lights, ALBROKAN Business Staff 2, 3, Circulation Manager 45 Senior Dress Committee 45 Junior Class Play Cast 35 Student Teacher 2, 35 Junior'Senior Entertainment 35 Senior- Class Treasurer 45 Cammm Spotlight Co-Editor 15 May Court At- tendant 3. KAYE HUDSON BOYD Let us lead by sewing others. Superlative 45 Tri-Hi-Y Convention Delegate 35 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Secretary 45 Bible Club l, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4, Sec- retary l5 French Club 2, 3, Secretary 35 Speech Club 4, President 45 F.T.A. 3, Program Chairman 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Reporter 1, Secretary 35 Mixed Chorus 25 Girls' Chorus 15 Monitor 1, 2, Secretary 15 Session House 15 College'-tCareer Day Hostess 25 Student Government Dance Committee 35 Stu- dent Government Scrapbook Chairman 45 Homeroom Vice- President 35 Cannon Spotlight Editorial Staff 15 Brown High- lights, ALBROKAN Business Staff 3, 4, Business Manager 45 Senior Superlative Committee 45 Junior Class Play Committee 35 Faculty Play Chairman 25 Student Teacher l, 2, 3, 45 Junior-Senior Committee 35 Office Page I, 45 Co-Editor Steering Committee l, 2, 3. GARY LEE BREWER When you fail, don't give up: but start all over again. D.O. Club 4: Spanish Club 3, 45 Bible Club l. KENNETH BREWER Blessed are those who go around in circles, for they shall be culled wheels. Latin u 3, 45 D.E. 45 Homeroom Vice-President 4. IACK BRovvN Look oi4t5 Pm graduated. D. Treasurer 1, 45 Homeroom Secretary 2. ,..4..-RL-, N, in ,, KENNETH WAYNE BURKE. lt's easy enough to be happy when life goes along like a song, but the man worthwhile is the man who can smile when everything goes dead wrong. National Thespians 45 Brown Masquers 4-5'4French Club gi 45 gruldent Teacher 25 Science Club 45 Stage Crew 3, 45 ays , . JAMES WALTER CAMPBELL Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven. Bible Club 2, 45 Latin Club 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 35 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Monitor l, 45 Homeroom Treasurer l, Secre- tary 3.- TEDDY BROOKS CANUP Think before you spealz, especially in senior ma-th. Teen-Age Roadeo 35 D.E. District Convention Delegate 45 D.E. Club 45 'Session House l, 25 Homeroom President 3. GARY ELDON CARLTON 1 take life easily and have no regrets. Latin Club 15 D.l?. Club 15 Library Club 15 Hi-Y l, 25 rmgwimin 1. n LENA CARTER A mae is 4 ugm an me window of your fm me tells that your heart is at home. Office Page 15 Bible Club 15 Spanish Club 35 Homeroom 'llreasurer 1. MARYAENNSLEE CARTER Love and there's no room for envy. F.H.A. 3, 45 Student Teacher 4. RODGER WILLIAM CARTER Of all sad Words that live within, The saddest of these . . . 'lt might have been.' Band 1, 2, 3, 45 D.E. Club 4. ANITA Louisa CAsH1oN From our wants and infirrnities almost all Hua connections of society take their rise. May Queen Attendant 15 Magazine Sales Award 15 Dra- matics Class Play Marshal 35 Citizen of the Month 35 Library Club Convention Delegate 45 Football Sponsor 45 Bible Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 45 Brown Masquers 45 Library Assistant 45 Girls' Chorus 15 Iunior Class Play Properties Committee 35 Intramurals l. LARRY HOWARD CASHION Trust in the Lord, delight thyself also in the Lord, and He shall give thee the desires of thine heart. Bible Club 45 Hi-Y 15 Projectionist 2, 45 Monitor 15 Home- room President 4. FRANKLIN ALEXANDER CATON Hatred for any human being cannot be found in the sa-me heart with the love of God. Science Fair Second Place Winner 35 Thespians 45 Bible Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Tri-Sci Club l, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Brown Masqucrs 45 Lab Assistant 45 Track l, 2, 3, 45 Junior Varsity Football 15 Brown Masquers Play Cast 4. Page Seventeen I S LARRY ALEXANDER CAURLE Whatsoever my hands find to do, I will do it with all my might. Bible Club 45 Spanish Club 45 Cheerleader 3, 4, Chief 45 Homeroom Vice-President 2, Treasurer 35 Speech Club 4. JOAN MARIE CHAPMAN In quietness and confidence shall be your strength. Bible Club 15 F.H.A. 4, President 45 Library Club 1, 3, Treasurer 35 Speech Club 45 Monitor 15 Student Govemment Dance Committee 4. DONALD DUANE CHILDERS A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver. Superlative 45 Commencement Marshal 3. WAYNE CIIILDERS Today well-lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness cmd every tomorrow a vision of hope. Spanish Club 35 Latin Club 15 D.E. Club 4, Parlimnentary Referee 45 Student Teacher 35 Session House 45 District D.E. Convention Nominating Committee 4. JANICE FAYE CLAMPET Live each day as though it were your last, and forget how wonderful yesterday was. Football Sponsor 25 Bible Club 25 G.A.A. 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 25 Monitor 3, 4, Chief Monitor 45 Student Teacher 2, 3, 4. JULIA ANN CLARKE When you reach the end of a rope, don't give upg tie a knot and hang on. Superlative 45 Football Sponsor 45 State Bible Club Re- treat Delegate 45 Bible Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Varsity Cheer- leader 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President l, President 25 Blue Ridge Assembly Delegate 15 Interstate Tri-Hi-Y Convention Delegate 25 French Club 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 35 F.H.A. 25 junior Class Play Cast 35 Speech Club 3, Secretary 35 Girls' Chorus 15 Monitor 15 Junior- Senior Decorating Committee 35 Senior Mascot Committee 45 Junior Class Play Properties Committee 35 F.T.A. 2, 4, Vice- President 45 Student Teacher 15 Student Government Dance Decorating Committee 45 Homeroom Treasurer 3. HAROLD GRAY CLINE You can't 'have too much of a good thing. Varsity Baseball 3, 45 Homeroom Vice-President 2, 3. SONDRA GRADY COMPTON 1 know not what the future holds, but I do know Him who holds the future. Session House 1, Session House Secretary 15 Latin Club l5 Bible Calub 25 D,E. Club 45 Student Teacher 45 Library As- SISLKHL . PHYLLIS ANN COMPTON Laugh and the world laughs with you5 ery and you cry alone. Bible Club 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 F.H.A. 2, 35 Library Club 45 Cheerleader 15 Mixed Chorus 25 Tri-Hi-Y 2. LINDA JANE COOK Though the rocks are rough, still 1 climb for a brighter tomorrow. Tri-Hi-Y Convention Delegate 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Reporter 35 Bible Club 2, 45 Latin Club 25 Orchestra 1, 35 Guidance Assistant 45 Iunior-Senior Decorat- ing Committee 35 Brown Highlights, ALBROKAN Business Staff 45 Superlative Committee 45 Co-Ed-Steering Committee 2. HENRY MARTIN CREss, JR. Do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with thy God. Speech Club 3. ZONA KAY CRESWELL He who reaches for things below heaven is reaching fur too low5 from God comes all things. Honor Monitor 45 Bible Club 35 French Club 2, 35 G.A.A. 2,-3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Monitor 45 Brown gzighliggits, ALEROKAN Editorial Staff, Reporter 1, Alumni ROI . DONALD RAY DANIEL Trust in Him and there shall always be a way. Superlative 45 Bible Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, 4, Drum Major 45 Orchestra 35 Swingsters 1, 2, 35 Session House 2, 45 Homeroom President 15 Brown Highlights, ALBROKAN Business Staff 45 Senior Motto Committee5 Junior Class Play Advertising Committee 35 Stu- dent Teacher 2, 35 Iunior-Senior Committee Chairman 3. IIOHNNY DANIEL Each mon is the molder of his own fortune. D.O. Club 3, 45 Junior Varsity Football 2. JERRY MORRIS DARNELL Don't laugh at the man who has fallen when there are slippery places ahead. Homeroom President 15 Latin Club l, 25 Monitor 15 Sopho- more Class Secretary 25 Session House 25 College-Career Day Host 2, 35 Student Teacher 25 All-State Band 25 Student Gov- Band 1, 2, 35 Key Club 3, 45 Honor Society 2, 3, Treasurer 25 Band 1, 2, 35 Key Club 3, 45 Honor Sociey 2, 3, Treasurer 25 Junior Class President 3. JEWELL DAWN DAVIS Love, and there is no room for envy5 trust, and there will be no doubts5 have fa-ith, and there is no need for worry. Student Teacher 25 Bible Club 2. OE FRED DAv1s Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. LARRY WAYNE DAYVAULT Today we follo1v5 tomorrow we lead. Bible Club l, 45 Spanish Club 35 D.E. C'lub 45 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Session House l. BETTY DEAN DEAL lf life is a comedy to him who thinks and a tragedy to him who feels, it is a victory to him who believes. National Thespian Society 45 Bible Club 2, 35 French Club 3, 45 F.H.A. 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Play Day at W.C.U.N.C. 2, 45 Science Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Brown Masquers 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Government Dance Committee 45 C4rEd Steering Committee 35 Intramurals 15 Homeroom Officer 1, 35 Dramarics Class Play Marshal 35 Iunior Class Play Prop- erties Committee 35 Junior Class Play Make-Up Committee 35 Brown Masquers Play Cast 45 Monitor 1. LINDA LOUISE DEESE To love and be loved is life's greatest existence. Bible Club'l, 2, 3, 45 D.E. Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 25 Monibr 3, 45 Monitor Club 3, 45 Homeroom President 25 Student Teacher 15 Girls' Chorus I5 Librarian 1. BE'rrIE REID :DELLINGER We never lmow how high we are till we are called tg rise5 then if we are true to plan, our statues touch the skies. Bible Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 4, Secretary 45 Tri-Sci Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Brown Masquers 45 Homeroom Treas- urer 15 Library Club 15 Thespians 45 Dramatics Class Properties Committee 45 Brown Masquers Play Cast 45 Student Teacher 3. MILLICENT ANN DENNIS I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me. F.H.A. 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Monitor 4. BONNIE DIGGS Life is to be fortified by many friendships. To love, and to be loved is the greatest happiness of existence. Football Sponsor 15 Bible Club l, 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 45 Office Page 15 Basketball 1, 25 Student Teacher 2. DOYLE BRANDON DONAHUE Know enough to know you don't know everything. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Swingsters 25 Junior Varsity Football 15 All-State Band 4. IOHN THOMAS DONALDSON Blessed are they that go around in circles, fm they shall be wma wheels. D.O. Club 4. Page Twenty SANDRA KAY DROLET'I'B The surest way to get rid of an enemy is to make a friend of him. Latin Club 25 G.A.A. 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 35 Monitor 3, 45 Student Teacher 35 Brown Masquers 45 Iunior Class Play Make-Up Committee 35 Dramatics Class Play Make- Up Committee 3. FLOYD DYRIIGCINS l strive to do things that are right in the eyes of God. Intramurals 15 Student Teacher 3. ROY TRUMAN EDDLEMAN The man who knows how will always have a job5 but the man who knows why, as well, will be his boss. District Science Fair Winner 35 State Science Contest 35 National Thespians 45 Bible Club 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 Debating Club 2, Vice-President 25 Library Club 25 Tri-Sci Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Blue Ridge Delegate 25 Brown Masquers 45 Band 15 Lab Assistant 3, 4, Chief Lab Assistant 45 Homeroom Vioe-President 1, Treasurer 25 Cannon Spotlight Staff 15 Iuniofr Class Play Busi- ness Chairman 35 Dramatics Class Play Business Chairman 3, 45 Student Teacher 1, 25 Iunior-Senior Decorating Committee 3. BONNIE KAY FESPERMAN Love and there is no room for erwy5 have faith and there will be no need for worry. Bible Club 25 D.E. Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 15 Monitor 1, 45 Student Government Dance Committee Co- Chairman 2, 35 Cannon Spotlight Staff, Reporter 15 Brown Highlights, Aumolun Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4. Reporter 2, Music Editor 3, Feature Editor 45 Dramatics Class Play Pub- licity Committee, Business Committee 3, Marshal 3, Program Committee 35 Junior-Senior Entertainment Committee, Deco- rations Committee 3. MARY ELLEN FESPERMAN To strive, seek, and accomplish is to cherish the life which God hlth given you. Library Assistant 15 Bible Club l, 35 Spanish Club 2, 35 Monitor 4, HERBERT L. FISHER, IR. If you always wear a smile, yaufll never be caught frowningf' Bible Club 2, 3, 49 Latin Club 29 D.O. Club 3, 49 Band 19 glomerogm President 29 Iunior Class Play Cast 39 Mixed orus . MARGARET ANNE FISHER Trust in God and you will never fail. Latin Club l, 29 Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 49 Football Sponsor 29 Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 1, 29 Orchestra 1, 2, 39 Bible Club 2, 3, 49 Librarian 19 F.H.A. 29 Dramatics Class Play Marshal 3g Junior Class Play Prompter 39 Senior Superlative Committee 49 Brown Masquers 4. BEITY DORIS FORTSON Today is the tomorrow that you worried about yesterday. IENNY DEE FOWLER May my past happiest days be my saddest in the future. Transferred from Georgia 39 F.H.A. 39 Tri-Hi-Y 49 Student Teacher 4. WAYNE FRICK If 1 had my life to live over, Pd do the same things again. D.O. Club 4, Publicity Director 4. BARBARA ANN FULLAM I have chosen the One I please, and now to spend my life pleasing the One l've chosen. F.H.A. 39 G.A.A. 49 Speech Club 49 Brown Masquers 49 Junior Class Play Marshal 39 Speech Club Chairman 4. GRACE DEFAIREST GAINEY Love is the key to happiness. D.E. Club 4g Mixed Chorus 2. DAVID ALLEN GALES Jesus first, others second, and yourself last is u wonderful way to spell JOY. Band 1, 2, 3, 49 Orchestra 3g Bible Club 19 French Club 39 Hi-Y 19 Homeroom Treasurer 3. RONALD GARRETI' Nothing endures but personal qualities. D.O. Club 4. FREDRICK THOMAS GASKINS He who does not live in some degree for others, handly lives for himself. Band l, 2, 3, 49 Homeroom Vice-President 29 D.E. Club 4, Associate President 49 Latin Club l, 2g Bible Club 29 Hi-Y l, 49 Session House 19 District Speech Contest Winner 49 Intramurals 19 Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 3. Page Twentyone 4 I Q MITCHELL PAUL GIBSON When you think, think ahead5 there's nothing in the other direction. D.E. Club 3, 4. VERNON A. GIBSON Laugh and the world laughs with y01H frown and you frown alone. JUDY MAE GOODMAN Trust in the Lord with all thine heart, and lean not unto thine own understanding. Superlative 45 Football Sponsor 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary 45 Bible Club 1, 4, State Bible Club Retreat Delegate 45 French Club 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Mixed Chonls 45 Guidance Assistant 2, 3, 45 Substitute Cheer- leader 45 Student Council l, Session House 45 Student Gov- ernment Dance Committee l5 Homeroom President I, Vice- President 2, Secretary 35 Flower and Color Committee Chair- man 45 Junior Class Play Cast 35 junior-Senior Dance Com- mittee 35 Iunior Class Secretary 35 Banking 45 Office Page 15 Play Day at W.C.U.N.C. 2. DoN GOODNIGHT Determination is the master hey to success. Key Club Convention 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Chaplain 25 Bible Club 3, 4, Bible Club Delegate 3, 4, State Officer 45 Speech Club 45 Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 Monitor 3, Treasurer 35 Hi-Y 2, 4, Hi-Y Delegate 45 Iunior Varsity Football l, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 Basketball 3, 45 Track l5 Homeroom President 35 Senior Class Motto Committee 4. GLFNNA SARA GOODSON Love and there is no room for envy. Football Sponsor 1, 3, 45 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club l, 25 Librarian 15 Tri-HifY 1, 2, 3, 45 Brown Masquers 45 Lab Assistant 35 Cheerleader 3, 45 Intramurals 15 Homeroom Vioe-President 45 Cannon Spotlight Staff 15 Junior Class Play Prompter 35 Dramatics Class Play Cast 35 Student Teacher 3. Joi-IN THOMAS GRAHAM N'oubliez. Boys' State Delegate 35 Hi-Y Delegate 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Tri-Sci Club 3, 45 Monogram Club 45 Hi-Y 1, 3, 45 Pro- jectionist 25 Football l, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Class Play Committee 35 Dramatics Class Play Committee 35 Lab Assistant 4. BIILIE ANN GREGORY To have a friend is to be a friend. Band 15 F.H.A. 3. MARY FRANCES GRIFFIN Today well-lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope. junior Class Play Marshal 35 Bible Club 1, 2, 35 Latin Club l, 25 D.E. Club 4, Secretary 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Secretary 35 Iunior-Senior Decorat- ing Committee 35 Student Teacher 45 D.E. Club Voting Dele- gate 4. SONIA OLENE. GRIFFIN l'd rather be small and shine than large and cast a shadow, as little things are often the big things in life. Office Page 15 Homeroom Secretary 1, 25 Student Teacher l, 25 Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 35 Bible Club 3, 4. VICILI ANN GRIFFIN For success tomorrow, study today. Spelling Champion 35 French Club 3, 45 Monitor 45 Stu- dent Teacher 3. KENNETH G, GRIFFITH To dream-then to have. PHYLLIS OPHELIA HALL When a man's ways please the Lord, he maketh even his enemies to he at peace with him . . . Superlative 49 Bible Club 1, 2, 4, Pianist 49 Library Club 39 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 49 Brown Masquers 49 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 49 Homeroom Secretary 29 Brovtm Masquers Play Publicity Com- mittee, Ticket Committee 49 Senior Class Song Committee 4. LARRY GLENN HAMILTON Love is the key to happiness. Bible Club 29 D.E. Club 49 Homeroom Vice-President 3, 4. GLENDA ELAINE HANEY The grand essentials of happiness are something to do, someone to love, and something to hope for. Bible Club 2, 39 Latin Club 1, 29 D.E. Club 49 Tri-Hi-Y ly gy 3, 4, Secretary 1, Social Chairma.n 49 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Ilrllilofelge 15 Monitor 3, 49 Junior-Senior Decorating Corn- ee . MELINDA CAROLE HARRINGTON Our deeds still travel with us from a-far, And what we have been makes us what we are. Superlatives 49 Sub-junior Woman 49 Commencement Mar- shal 39 Football Sponsor 39 Honor Society 3, 4, Delegate to Honor Society Convention 3, Scrapbook Chairman 49 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, President 49 Bible Club 1, 2, 32 49 Latin Club 1, 29 G.A.A. 2, 39 Play Day at W.C.U.N.C. 29 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Convention Delegate 1, Scrapbook Chairman 2, 3, Chaplain 49 Orchestra 19 Monitor 19 Session House 39 Stu- dent Govemment Dance Decorations Committee 1, 39 Student Government Social Chaimxan 49 Homeroom Treasurer 49 Cannon Spotlight Staff 19 Brown Highlights, ALBROKAN Edi- torial Staff 3, 4, Reporter 3, News Editor 49 Faculty Play Business Committee 29 Junior Class Play Makeellp Committee 39 Junior Class Play Properties Committee 39 Dramatics Class Play Properties Committee 39 Intramurals 19 Student Teacher 2, 39 Iunior Senior Co-Chairman 39 Senior-Junior Chairman 49 Office Page 49 Y.M.C.A. Co-Ed Steering Committee 2, 3. PATRICIA ANN HARDY Be careful how you live. You may be the only Bible some ever read. Bible Club 19 Monitor l. MARGARET HARRINCTON Today well-lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope. SHIRLEY YVONNE HART The only wav to have a friend is to he a friend. D.E. Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4. RONALD LEE HASKINS Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Monogram Club 3, 49 Spanish Club 3, 49 Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 49 Iunior Varsity Football 19 Varsity Football 2, 3, 49 Varsity Baseball 29 Track 1, 3, 49 Student Teacher 2, 49 Homeroom Treasurer 19 TriASci Club 3. ETTIE RUTH HASTINGS A smile is a light in the window of your face that tells that your heart is at home. Transferred from Granite Quarry High School 29 May Queen Attendant 29 Football Sponsor 2, 3g Vocalist for Swingsters 39 Bible Club 2, 3, 49 French Club 3, 49 F.H.A. 2, 3, Secretary 39 Tri-HiAY 29 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 49 Cheerleader 3, 49 Homeroom Secretary 2, 39 Senior Class Song Committee Chair- man 49 Student Teacher 29 Iunior-Senior CoChai.rman 3. 1 1 I S S JAMES RICHARD HERRIN Silence is for the saints, 1 am only human. Latin Club 2, French Club 4, Office Page 1. KENNETH HINSON Sometimes I think well, then again I don't know. Iunior Varsity Football 1, 2. BECKY jo HoDcENs Success is never final, and Failure never fatal, it's Courage that counts. National Thespian Society 3, 4, Clerk 4, Superlative 4, Football Sponsor 3, Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, VIcePresident 4, G.A.A. 2, Library Club 1, Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain I, Secretary 4, Brovm Masquers 4, Secretary 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Vice-President 4, Senior Mascot Committee Chairman 4, Student Government Dance Decora- tion Committee 4, Junior Class Play Cast 3, Y.M.C.A. Co-Ed Steering Committee 3, Dramatics Class Play Cast 3, Best Sup- porting Actress 4, Iunior Class Play Properties Committee 3, Dramatics Class Play Make-Up Committee 3, Junior Class Publicity Committee 3, Brown Masquers Play Cast 4. LINDA Lou HILL Happiness is a perfume you cannot pour on others without getting a few drops on yourself. Junior Class Play Marshal 3, Bible Club 1, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2. 3, 4, Reporter 3, Guidance Assistant 4, Librarian l. LINDA GAIL HQLLAR Trust in Him and He will show you the way. F.l-l.A. 4, Bible Club 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Speech Club 3, Orchestra 1, Brown Highlights, Aumoxarv Editorial Staff 2, 4, Reporter 2, 4, Page Twenty-four Dx-tax' A- PHYLLIS HOLLAR Today well-lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope. G.A.A. 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Monitor 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4. ELIZABETH Love Hom' To live each day for whatever life may bring. Bible Club 1, 3, 4. DONALD LEE HONEYCUTT Kind words cost little and are worth much. Citizen of the Month 3, Key Club 3, 4, Bible Club 1, 2, 3, Monogram Club l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Monitor 2, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, College-Career Day Host 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Varsity Football 1, Club Commis- sion 2, Lost and Found Chairman 3, Point Board Chairman 4, Senior Mascot Committee 4, Senior Dress Committee 4, Key Club Convention 3, Hi-Y Convention 4. CLARENCE EDGAR I-loa'roN, In. A man without God stands in the midst of a city and is alone. Junior Rotarian 4, Poetry Award 3, Commencement Mara shal 3, Delegate to Boys' State Convention 3, Iunior Classical League Convention 1, Honor Society 3, 4, Quill' and Scroll 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Bible Club 3, 4, French Club 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Secretary 2, Tri-Sci Club 3, Secretary-Reporter 3, 'Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Monitor 1, Student Government Dance Decorating Committee 4: Homeroom Vice-President 3, Brown Masquers 4, Publicity Chairman 4, Brown Highlights, ALBRDKAN Editorial Staff 3, 4, Reporter 2. Boys' Sports Editor 3, CofEditor 4, Senior Poem Committee Chairman 4, Iunior Class Play Cast 3, Iunior Class Play Properties, Publicity Com- mittee 3, Dramatics Class Play Properties Committee 3, Brown Masquers Play Cast 4, Student Teacher 1, 2, 3, 4. ' D. WAYNE HUBBARD It's not so much to win the ga-me, but how you played the game. Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Hi-Y 1, Varsity Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, All-Conference Baseball 3, Var- sity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Homeroom VicePresident 1, 2, Treasurer 4, Junior Class Play Properties Committee 3. LYNDA SUE HUFFMAN The way to have friends is to be one. Library Club 35 C.A.A, 4. BUDDY HUGGINS Quitters never wing winners never quit. Superlative 45 Monogram Club l, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 15 Stage Crevy 45 Student Govemment Dance Committee 35 Junior Varsity Football 15 Varsity Football 25 Varsity Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Track 15 Homeroom President 1, Vice-President 35 Stu- dent Teacher l, 2. JERRY HOLLAM HURST Ta have a friend is to be one. D.E. Club 3, 4. DONALD WAYNE INGLE Happy is the man that feareth always5 but he that hardeneth his heart shall fall into mischief. D.E. Club 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Homeroom President 4. JERRY LEE ISENHOUR Today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope. Spanish Club 3, 45 D.O. Club'45 Bible Club 1, 4. SAUNDRA ELAINE IVEY The great essentials of happiness are something to do, someone to love, and something to hope for. Football Sponsor 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Bible Club 1, 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, Vice-President 35 Tri-Hi- Y 3, 45 Monitor 1, 35 F.T.A. 3, 4, President 45 Brown High- lights, ALBROKAN Editorial Staff 3, 4, Reporter 3, Co-Editor 45 Office Page 15 Junior Class Play Marshal 35 Junior Class Play Publicity Committee 3, Junior Class Play Properties Com- mittee 35 Dramatics Class Play Publicity Committee, Dramatics Class Play Business Committee5 Junior-Senior Decoration Com- mittee 35 State Bible Club Retreat Delegate l5 Intramurals 1. WILLA JACKSON 1 look to one higher than 1. Transfer from Middlesex High School 45 Bible Club 45 Brown Masquers 45 Brown Masquers Play Cast 4. SALENA ANN JARRETT I have chosen the One I please, and now to spend my life pleasing the One I've chosen. Girls' Chorus l5 Student Teacher 25 Bible Club l, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Play Day at W.C.U.N.C. 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Dramatics Class Play Marshal 3. CARL JOHNS, JR. Always cool. BARBARA JEAN JOHNSON Live for QOYYLGTTOWJ today is almost gone. Candy Sales Contest Winner 25 Football Sponsor 35 Latin Club 1, 25 F.T.A. 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 15 Monitor l, 2, 3, 45 Session House 15 Horneroom Secretary 15 Student Teacher 2. Page Twenty we 5.5 P5 1 has -' I f if 329 gy! ' ,N 1 pfg L. .,.,..., f i- AQ77 69443 ff29tVzf f e GL A JOHNS To, lii'1e'leach T871 ifa-,-may, bring, J FIIiIl1igary Associ 161 bc?-Rm - 5 Club 1, 2, . 1,25 ' c EGP' , eff r4, '-H'-Y 4, Bible C1 ary r Xen ri I ' f ,J Z se- 5525 Z JOEL KEETH JOHNSON rib 'fCalm, cool, 'and collected. 3 g' 5 . Dgffllub 3. 4. Q. ' I as DENNIS LEE JOINES A TO love is to be uma. CHARLES VIRGLE JONES The unpredictable race of life will not be won by the running feet of men but by the magnificent hands of God. Bible Club 35 D.E. Club 3, 45 Homeroom Vice-President 15 ltudent Teacher 1. WILLIAM HOWARD JONES To have a friend is to be a friend. BOYD WELKER JORDAN There is no man so frkndless but what he can't find a friend sincere enough to tell him disagreeable truths. DONALINE LOIS JORDAN Life is to be fortified by ma-ny friendships. To love, and to be loved, is the greatest happiness of existence? Superlative 45 Sub-,Junior Woman 45 Citizen of the Month 35 Miss Brown High 45 Bible Club l, 3, 45 French Club 3, 4, Treasurer 45 F.H.A. 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 45 Session House 25 College-Career Day Hostess 35 Senior Dress Committee5 Junior- Senior Decorating Committee5 Student Teacher l, 2, 35 Senior Class Secretary 45 Office Page 45 May Day Attendant 2, 3. JOYCE HELEN JORDAN ' With His hand in mine 1 shall never fear. Citizen of the Month 25 Spanish Club 35 F.T.A. 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Session House 1, 25 Homeroom Vice-President l, 45 Teacher 1, 2, 35 English Secretary 4. TERRY LANE KELLER Now abideth faith, hope, love . . . But the greatest of these is love. Bible Club 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y. GEORGE BELK KING It is better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt. Bible Club 2, 35 French Club 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Tri-Sci Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Brown Masquers 45 Lab As- sistant 45 junior Varsity Football 25 Student Teacher 35 Brown Masquers Play Cast 4. JAMES DEWEY KING Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and all these things shall be added unto you. D.O. Club 2, 4, Chaplain 2, 4. NANCY GRAY Koomz Love and there will be no room for envyg have faith and there will be no need for worryg trust and there will be no doubts. National Thespian Society 3, 4, Treasurer 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Play Day at W.C.U.N.C. 2, 45 Brown Masquers 4, Make- Up Chairman 45 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Committee Chairman 45 Library Assistant 15 Monitor 15 Varsity Basketball Team 1, 25 Cannon Spotlight Staff l5 Iunior Class Play Cast 35 Dramatics Class Play Cast 3, Prompter 35 Dramatics Class Play Commit- ,tlee Brown Masquers Play Make-Up Chaimian 45 Student ear: er 1. DENNIS LACEY Give me something to do, something to hope for, and someone to love. Tri-Sci Club 2, 35 D.E. Club 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Junior Class Play Cast 3. BETTY ANN LAWS Today is the tomorrow that you worried about yesterday. Football Sponsor 25 F.H.A. 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Dramatics Class Play Marshal 35 Iunior Class Play Committee 35 Brown Masquers 45 Band 17 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 15 Cannon Spot- light Staff 15 Student Government Dance Committee 4. CARRIE l.,EDBET'I'ER To live is for Christ. French Club 3. JATANNA NATALIE LEWIS I cried because 1 had no shoes until I saw a man who had no feet. D.E. Club 45 Mixed Chorus 2. PHILLIP RAY LIPPARD To do what is right. Bible Club 25 Latin Club 1, 25 D.E. Club 4, President 4, District D.E. Office 45 Hi-Y 1, 3, 45 Secretary 1, Delegate to Hi-Y Convention 15 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 15 Stage Crew 35 Monitor 1, Treasurer 15 Session House 15 Homeroom President 1, 3, Treasurer 25 junior Class Play Cast 35 Iunior Class Play Publicity, Properties Committees 35 Student Gov- emment Dance Committee 15 Dramatics Class Play Business Committee 45 Cannon Spotlight Staff 1. MICHAEL ERVIN LOWDER Know enough to know that you don't know everything. Latin Club 1, 25 D.O. Club 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Session House 35 Homeroom President 4. BILLIE ANN LOWERY The most valuable result of education is the ability to make yourself do the things you have to do whether you like it or not. Office Page 15 Bible Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 4, Treasurer 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 D.E. Club 45 Monitor 3, 45 Student Teacher l. CAROLYN JOYCE LUNSFORD Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Junior Class Play Marshal 35 Bible Club 35 Monitor 3. MARTHA ANN MCCLAIN Friendship is love with understanding. Bible Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 15 Library Club 3, 4, Sec- retary 3, President 45 D.E. Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 15 Guidance As- sistant 25 Monitor 15 Junior Class Play Publicity Committee. JANE FRANCES MCCOMMONS A smile Ls a light in the window of your face that tells that your heort is at home. Football Sponsor 15 Honor Society 3, 4, President 45 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 35 Tri-HifY l, 2, 45 Office Page 1, 35 Banking 45 Session House 1, 35 CollegefCareer Day Hostess 35 Monitor 15 Student Government Refreshment Committee 2, 3, Chairman 35 Student Govemment Assembly Committee 25 Homeroom Secretary 45 Senior Class Poem Committee 45 junior Class Play Properties Committee 35 Dramatics Club Play Marshal 35 Iunior-Senior Refreshment Chairman 3. DORIS EVA MCDONALD Living today in search of tomorrow. Commencement Marshal 35 Bible Club 45 Homeroom Treasurer 3, Secretary 45 Student Teacher 3, 4. RICHARD S. MCKINLEY Know enough to know that you don't know everything. Bible Club 35 Spanish Club 35 Tri Sci C'lub 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Lab Assistant 45 Session House 45 Homeroom Vice President 3, Secretary-Treasurer 15 Student Teacher l. LINDA EDENS MOKNIGHT Love is wonderful, but to be loved is still more wonderful. Football Sponsor 15 Thespian 3, 4, Secretary 45 Bible Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 F.H.A. 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Brown Masquers 45 Lab Assistant 35 Homeroom Secretary- Treasurer 2, Secretary 45 Brown Highlights, ALBROKAN Busi- ness Staff 45 Junior Class Play Sturlent Director 35 Dramatics Class Play Cast 35 Office Page 45 Librarian 15 Intramurals l. Page Twenty-eight CHARLES DAVID MANN Strive to do things that are right in the eyes of God. Co-Captain Intramurals 15 Spanish Club 3, 45 Tri-Sci 45 Iumor Varsity Football l. CHARLES JEFFORY MARSHALL Do unto others us you would have them do unto you. French -Club 25 D.O. Club 4, Treasurer 45 Stage Crew 35 Projectlonist 1, 2, 3. ROBBIE MASON God grunt me the serenity to accept the things which 1 cannot change, courage to change the things 1 can and the ' wisdom to know the difference. junior Class Play Marshal 35 Citizen of Month 35 Bible Club 45 Monitor l. ROY THOMAS MASON, R. All gmat men are deadand I dzm't fee well myself. Superlatrve 45 Bible Club 25 D.O. Club 3, 4, Vice-Presi- dent 45 Hi-Y 15 Homeroom Treasurer 4. KERRY ARNOLD MAULDEN The improbable do now5 take a little longer - for the impossible. .Superlative 45 Commencement Marshal 35 Junior Rotarian 45 HI-Y Convention Delegate I5 Blue Ridge Hi-Y-Tri-Hi-Y Con- gress 3, 45 State Bible Club Retreat 35 Honor Society 3, 45 Key Club 3, 45 Bible Club l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 15 French Club 45 Latin Club 1, 2, Vice-President 25 Tri-Sci Club 2, 3, 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 1, Secretary 35 Brown Masquers 4, House Manager 45 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 45 Monitor 15 Session House 1, 25 CollegoCareer Day Host- 2, 3, 45 Student Government Dance Committee 3, 45 Varsity Traclt l, 2, 3, 45 Senior Committees 45 Iunior Class Play Properties Chairman 35 Dramatics Class Play Committee 35 Student Teacher 2, 3, 45 Junior-Senior Decoration Commit- tee 35 Sophomore Class Treasurer5 Iunior Class Vice-President5 Senior Class President. DARREL MELTON To have a friend is to be a friend. Iunior Varsity Football 25 French Club 4. V1oLET JEAN MEssER I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me. ALBERT LEE MILLER It is best to heep your mouth shut and be thought a fool than to open it and remove all doubt. Spanish Club 3, 45 D.O. Club 4. DAVID SEAMON MILLER A smile is a light in the window of your face than tells that your heart is at home. Speech Club Treasurer 4, Brown Masquers 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Monitor 3, 4, Co-Chief 4, Homeroom Vice-President 4. LAURNA DELL MITCHELL In all thy ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct thy paths. Monitor 3, 43 Senior Class Superlative Committee 4, Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Scrapbook Coflhairman 4, Library Assistant lg gui? club 2, 3, 4, spanish Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1, speech u 4. 1 KENNETH MONTGOMERY The lips of the wise disperse knowledge, but the heart of the foolish doeth not so. Junior Varsity Football Team 23 Varsity Football Team 3, 4, Monogram Club 4. KENNETH RAY MOON I strive to do things that are right in the eyes of God. Intramurals 1. JERRY WAYNE Moss Life Ls to be fortified by many friendships. To love and be loved is the greatest happiness of all. Superlative 45 Key Club 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Bible Club 3, 45 Latin Club lg Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 Monitor 45 Intramurals lg Track lg All-County Football 4, Varsity Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, All-Conference Football 4, Shrine Bowl 4, Honorable Mention All-State 45 Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 45 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 45 Homeroom President 4g Senior Superlative Committee 45 Banking 43 junior Class Play Properties Committee 3. PRISCILLA LANE MoTEs Love and there's no room for envy. Monitor 3, 49 French Club 3. CHARLES ANTHONY NEAL They -who cut their own wood warm themselves twice. Page Twentyfnine LARRY KENT NEAL For whosoever knows how to return a kindness he has received, must he a friend above all price. Superlative 4, Junior Rotarian 4, Commencement Marshal 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Bible Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, President 1, 3, Vice-President 4, Student Council l, 3, 4, Vice-President 1, Secretary 3, President 4, College Career Day Host 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3, Bonds Sport Shop Baseball Trophy 3, Junior Varsity Football 1, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Sophomore Class Presi- dent 2, Homeroom President 1, Junior Class Play Cast, Dra- matics Class Play Cast 3, Brown Highlights, ALBROKAN Busi- ness Staff 3, Hi-Y Convention Delegate 2, 3, Student Govern- ment Convention Delegate l, 4, Honor Society Convention 2, Monitor l, Banking 3, Intramurals 1. PHYLLIS ELAINE NELMS Everyone is in a small way the image of God. Football Sponsor 4, Bible Club Convention Delegate l, Bible Club 1, 3, 4, Secretary 1, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Monitor 1, Student Council 1, Session House 2, 3, College Career Day Hostess 3, Student Govemment Dance Committee l, 4, Homeroom President 4, Cannon Spotlight Staff 1, Junior Class Play Committee 3, Dramatics Class Play Committee 2, 3, Junior-Senior Dance Committee 3. GEORGE THOMPSON NOEL, III Nothing great was ever accomplished without enthusiasm. Superlatives 4, U.S. History Award 3, World Peace Speak- ing Key 3, Commencement Marshal 3, Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Key Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Bible Club 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, Blue Ridge Delegate 1, 2, 3, 4, Speech Club 3, Treasurer 3, Constitution Committee Chairman 3, Debate Team 3, 4, Brown Masquers 4. Business Manager, Tri-Sci Club 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Monitor l, Track I, 2, 3. 4, Superlative Committee Chairman 4, Brown Masquers Play Cast 4: Brown Masquers Play Properties Committee Chainnan 4: Co-Ed Steering Committtee 1, 2, 3, Student Teacher l, 3, 4, National Thespian Society 4. PEGGY JOYCE OLIVER Today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a visrkm of hope. Bible Club l, 2, 3, 4, Bible Club Retreat 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sponsor 4, All-State Band Delegate 3, Session House l, Student Govemment Dance Decorating Committee 1, 4, Junior-Senior Decorating Commit- tee 3: Homeroom Secretary 2, 4, President 3, Senior Class Superlative Committee 4, Student Teacher l, 2, 3, English Student Secretary 4, Football Sponsor 4, Brown Highlights, ALBHOKAN Editorial Staff 3, 4, Exchange Editor 4, Office Page 4, Junior Class Play Publicity Committee 3: Brown Masquers Play Properties Committee 3: Duplicating 4, Brown Masquers Play Publicity Committee 3, Lab Assistant 4, Home- room Best Citizen 2, Intramurals l. FRANK LENTZ OVERCASH God first, others second, myself last. Bible Club 2, 3. 4, Latin Club l, 2, Brown Masquers 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4: Junior Class Play Cast 3, Brown Masquers Play Cast 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 2, 3. IOHN HARRISON ,PARKER IR. Take it easy, have your fun, and let the Old World flicker on. French Club 3, Latin Club 1: Hi-Y 1. 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Monitor I, Junior Varsity Football 1, 2, Track l, 2, Homeroom Vice-President 1, Homernom President 4. VERA PARKS Pd rather be small and shine, than large and cast a shadow, as little things are often the biz things in life. National Thesuian Society 4, Bible Club l. 2, 3, 4: Tri-Sci Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Brovm Masquers 4, Session House 1, Homeroom Secretary 1. 2, Treasurer 2: Dramatics Class Play Cast 3: Junior Class Play Pronerties Committee 3, Make-Up Committee 3, Student Teacher 1, Librarian I, Brown Masquers Play Cast 4. KATHRVN COLLEEN PATTERSON Laugh and the world laughs with you, cry and you cry alone. Bible Club l: Office Page I, F.H.A. 4: Monitor 4. WAYNE ESTEL PENNELL Tomorrow is with God alone, and man has only today. Homeroom President 2, 3, French Club 2. 3: Bible Club I. 4- Banrl 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Orchestra 3, Monitor 1, 4, I-HY 1, 3, 4. Douc PERRY Shakespeare was famous, Washington was loyal, and I feel high myself. Session House 1: Latin Club l: Homeroom President 2, Hi-Y 2: D.O. Club 3, 4, President 4, Stage Crew 1, Pro- jectionist 1, 2. CLARENCE PETREA lf you can't say anything nice about a person, don't say anything at all. BOBBY LARRY PICKREL When that one great Scorer comes to mark against your name, He marks not whether you won or lost but how you played the game. S French Club 29 D.E. Club 39 Homeroom President 39 Tri- ci 4. JAMES HURLEY PRICE, JR. Ambition and persistence: keys to success. Bible Club 29 Spanish Club 39 Hi-Y 39 D.E. Club 49 Junior Class Play Properties Committee 3. GERALD WAYNE RICHARDSON l complained because I had no shoes until I met a man with no feet. Band 1, 2, 3, 49 Lab Assistant 49 Session House 19 Spanish Club 49 Hi-Y 1, 49 Tri-Sci Club 49 Bible Club 29 Orchestra 19 Radio Club 4. EDDIE LA VAUGHN RODGERS Never trouble trouble until trouble troubles you. Varsity Baseball 2. GLENDA GAIL Ross God shall be my hope, my stay, my guide and a lantern unto my feet. Superlative 49 Football Sponsor 2, 3, 49 Bible Club 3, 49 French Club 2, 3, Social Chairman 39 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary 3, President 49 Play Day at W.C.U.N.C. 2, 3, 49 Tri- Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 49 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sponsor 3, 49 College4Career Day Hostess 49 Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 29 Junior Class Play Marshal 39 Homeroom Treasurer 49 May Court Attend- ant 3. ' RICHARD WAYNE RUSSELL To have a friend is to be a friend. Speech Club 49 Varsity Baseball 2. RUBY JOYCE SCARBORO Instead of complaining that we don't have everything we want, we should be glad we don't have everything we deserve. Student Teacher 2, 49 Senior Superlative Committee 49 Speech Club 39 Junior Class Play Marshal9 Duplicating 4. BILL SELF Honesty is the best policy. D.O. Club 3, 49 Junior Varsity Football 2. JOHN RICHARD SELLERS Trust in Him, and there will always be a way. Superlative 49 Commencement Marshal 39 Citizenfof the Month 39 Junior Classical League Convention Delegate 19 National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, National Honor Society Convention Delegate 39 Boys' State Convention Delegate 39 National Thespian Society 49 Key Club 49 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 49 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 39 Brown Masquers 49 Tri-Sci Club 39 Monitor 19 Brown Highlights, ALBROKAN Editorial Staff 4, Boys' Sports Editor 49 Student Government Ticket Committee 3, Constitution 29 Dance Decoration Committee Chairman 49 College-Career Day Host 2, 3, 49 Session House 1, 2, 39 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All-State Band 39 Track Z9 Senior Class Poem Committee 49 Senior Class Dress Committee 49 Student Teacher 29 Junior-Senior Decoration Committee Chairman 39 District Bible Club Rally Decorating Committee Chairman 49 Junior Class Play Cast 39 Junior Class Play Properties Committee 39 Dramatics Class Play Properties Committee 39 Brown Masquers Play Cast 49 Vice- President Senior Class 4. L- 1 -A BURTON EUGENE SIIANKLR To be a friend is to have a friend. SANDRA KAYE SHARPE The pattern of tomorrow will be affected by our life today and all the yesterdays. Superlative 45 Bible Club 2, 35 Latin Club 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Chaplain 35 Orchestra 1, 35 Monitor 45 Student Govern- ment Dance Publicity Committee Chairman 45 Homeroom Treasurer 45 Senior Motto Committee Chairman 45 Student Teacher 45 Office Page 4. KAY SIIINN Giving to Him an that I hm. Bible Club 1, 3, 45 French Club 2, 35 Library Club 15 Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT KAY SIMPSON God first, others second, self last. Intramurals I5 Footbdl 25 Track 2. VIRGINIA CAROLB SmcLAIR God is my partner. Football Sponsor 35 Latin Club l, 25 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Brown Masquers 45 First Aid Assistant 25 Monitor 3, 45 Senior Class Supecrlative Commit-. tee 45 Student Teacher 2, 35 Office Page 1, 3. Page Thirty-two JIMMY Snoop Determination prepares its own way to success. Bible Club 15 Hi-Y 45 Homeroom Secretary 2. LINDA jo SLOOP Do jan-to others as you would have them do unto you. Superlative 45 Spelling Contest Winner 15 Chief Com- mencement Marshal 35 Junior Class Play Marshal 35 Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Speech Club 4, Constitution Com- mittee Chairman 45 F.T.A. 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Reporter 45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Monitor 15 Session House 35 Home- room Secretary 2, 45 Senior Motto Committee 45 Student Teacher 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Historian. NORMA JEAN SLOOP 'fWhen love and skill work together expect a masterpiece. Commencement Marshal 35 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 45 Monitor 45 Homeroom Treasurer 35 Student Teacher 4. MARGARET SYLVIA SMITH Love is the ny. Transferred from N.H.H.S., Wilmington 35 D.E. 'Club 45 Homeroom Treasurer 45 Student Teacher 45 Betty Crocker Contest Winner 4. BILLY SORAH Love to one, friendship to -many, good will to all. JOYCE KAY SwEAr'r Believe His word and trust His grace. Latin Club 29 Library Club 29 D.E. Club 49 F.T.A. Club 39 Monitor 19 Student Teacher 3. CAROL ANN TAYLOR Seek ye first the kingdom of Goal and His righteousness9 and all these things shall be added unto you. Marshal 39 Bible Club 3, 49 Latin Club 1, 29 F.H.A. 3, 4. JILDA LANE TEAGUE I have chosen the One 1 please, and now to spend my life pleasing the One I'11e chosen. -Spanish Club 3, 49 F.H.A. '49 Monitor 3, 49 Homeroom Vice-President 2. BETTY NELL THOMAS A soft answer turneth away wrath. Bible Club 49 F.H.A. '49 Dramatics Class Play Marshal 3. BOBBY JOE THOMAS lt is costly wisdom that is bought by experience. Tl1eSPiHI1S 4: Hi-Y l,.2, 3, 49 Brovum Masquers 49 Band 1, 2, 3, 49 Orchestra 3, Swmgsters 2, 39 Stage Crew 3, 4, Stage Manager 49 Session House 1, 49 College-Career Day Host 39 Student Govemment Dance Committee 49 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Plays 3, 4. BRENDA JOYCE THOMPSON Courage is the price that Life exaets for granting peace-the soul that knows it not, knows no release from little things. Monitor 19 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 49 Varsity Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Most Valuable Player Award 39 All-Conference Team 3, All-Toumey Team 3, Co-Captain 49 -Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 39 Student Teacher l, 2, 3, 49 Orchestra l, 29 Office Page 1, 49 Library Club 19 Cannon Spotlight Editor 19 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, Treasurer 49 Play Day at W.C.U.N.C. 29 Homeroom Treasurer 2, 39 F.T.A. 2, 39 Brown Highlights, AIBRORAN Editorial Staff 2, 3, 4, Typist 3, Girl's Sports Editor 49 French Club 39 Superlative 4g Intra- murals 1: Set Toumament Scoring Record 39 Set Brown High Scoring Record 4. LINDA KAY THORNBURG Trust God's silence when He does not speak9 His promises are sure for those who seek. Bible Club 2, 39 French Club 2, 3, 49 F.T.A. 3, 4, Secre- tary 49 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, President 49 Orchestra 1, 2, 39 Monitor l, 49 Brown Highlights, ALBROKAN Business Staff 49 Senior Dress Committee 49 Homeroom Secretary 2, 39 ,lunior Class Play Pronerties Committee 39 Cannon Spotlight Staff 1: Office Page 4: Student Government Dance Decoration Committee 19 Tri-Hi-Y Conference Delegate 49 Co-Ed Steering Committee 3. FARRAR CHARLES THRASHER Some are born great, but of more value are those l who achieve greatness. Latin Club l, 29 D.E. Club 3, 49 Hi-Y 1, 2, 39 Homeroom Treasurer 2. RENA MARTHA TUCKER I know not what the future holds, but I do know Him who holds the future. KENNETH EUGENE UPRIGHT The secret of hauviness is not in doing what one likes but liking what one has to da. Superlative 49 Bible Club 2, 3. 49 French Club 39 Mono- Eram. Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 49 Hi-Y I, 3, 49 Monitor l: Session House 1, 29 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, Co- Cantain 3: Homeroom President 3. 4: Sturlent Govemment Dance Decoratlng Committee 1: Iunior-Senior Invitations Com' mittee 3: Junior Class Play Prnnerties Committee 39 Student geaclhei' 3. 45 IUYTHTHUYHIS 19 Senior Superlative Committee 49 rac . Page Thirty-three HAROLD ALLEN VAUGHN Life has no pleasure nobler than that of friendship. Session House 29 D.E. Club 4. CAROLYN JEANETTE VINSON lt is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. Bible Club I9 D.E. Club 49 First Aid Assistant 39 Monitor 19 llomeroom Secretary 39 Brown Highlights, ALBROKAN Edi- torial Staff 2, Typist 3, Club Editor 49 Dramatics Class Play Publicity Committee 3. HARRY ALEXANDER VIOLA In the mountains of truth you never climb in vain. Superlative 49 Hi-Y Delegate I, 29 Thespians 3, 49 Thespians Class Representative 49 Key Club 3, 49 Bible Club I, 2, 3. President 19 French Club 2, ,3, Treasurer 39 Ili-Y l, 2, 39 Brown Masquers 4, President 49 Band 3, 49 Orchestra I, 2, 3, All-State Orchestra 39 Monitor 19 Session House 19 College- Career Day Host 39 Student Covemnient Ticket Committee 49 Homeroom President I, Vice-President 29 Student Teacher 2, 39 Swingsters 2, 39 Junior Class Treasurer 39 Junior Class Play Cast 39 Dramatics Class Play Publicity Chairman 39 Brown Masquers Play Cast 4. LINDA IO WILLIAINTS Trust in Him and there will always be a way. Bible Club 49 G.A.A. 29 Session House 49 Iiomeroom Vice- President 39 Senior Class Superlative Committee 49 Student Teacher 3. RONNIE WILLIAMS lfVhat we have is God's gift to us, but what we make of ourselves is our gift to Him. RAYMOND WOODROW WILLIAMS, JR. A :log has many friends because he wags his tail rather than his tongue. Superlatives 49 junior Rotarian 49 Commencement Mar- shal 39 Student Council Convention Delegate 49 Interstate Ili-Y Convention Delegate 1, 2, 39 National Thespian Society 3, 49 Honor Society 2, 3, 49 Key Club 2, 3, 49 Bible Club 2, 3, 49 Latin Club 1, 29 Monogram Club 3, 49 HifY 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, Vice President 39 Vice-President Southern Hi-Y and Tri-Hifi' Clubs in U. S. 39 Student Council 1, 3, 49 Student Government President I, Vice President 4, Treasurer 39 College Career Day Host 2, 3, 49 junior Varsity Football 1, 29 Varsity Football 3, 49 Brown Highlights, ALBROKAN Busi' ness Staff 2, 39 Junior Class Play Cast 39 Student Teacher 4'9 Sophomore Class Vice-President 29 May Day Court 29 Bank' ing 4. IAIXIES TIMOTHY WILLIAMS 1 have chosen the One I please and now to spend my life pleasing the One I have chosen. Transferred from VVilkes Central High School 39 Spanish Club 4, President 49 D.O. Club 49 Ili-Y 3, 49 Senior Superla- tive Committee 4. ALLEN WILSON Courage through Faith. Transferred from LaGrange High School, LaGrange, Georgia 4? Senior Class Chaplain 49 llomeroom Vice-President 49 Varsity Football 49 Key Club 49 Hi-Y 4. JANE HANCOCK WILSON For 'whosoever knows how to return a kindness he has received must he a friend alaove all prices. Superlative 49 Sub-Iunior Wloman 49 Commencement Mar' shal 39 Tri-Ili-Y Interstate Convention Delegate 1, 2, 3, Blue Ridge Tri-Ili-Y Congress l, 2, 3, 49 National Honor Society Convention 29 State Bible Club Retreat 39 W.D.N.C.S.C.C. Delegate 39 Football Sponsor 49 National Honor-Society 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 49 Bible Club 3, 49 French Club 4, Program Chair- man 49 Latin Club l, 2, Sergeant-At-Arms 29 G,A.A. 29 Tri-Sci Club 39 Tri-Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, President 1, Vice-President 3, Reporter 2, 49 Brown Masquers 49 Monitor 19 Student Coun- eil 2, 3, 4: Collegefareer Day Hostess 2, 3, 49 Student Gov- ernment Dance Committee 2, 3. 49 Intramurals I9 Home- room Secretary I, 2: Brown Highlights, ALBROKAN' Edi- torial Stnff 4: Co-Editor Cannon Spotlight l: Senior Class Color and Flower Committee 4: Iunior Class Play Marshal 39 junior Class Play Committee 39 Student Teacher 1, 2, 3, 49 Office Page 39 Junior-Senior Entertainment Chairman 39 Iunior-Senior Decorating Committee 3, Chairman Assembly Committee 49 Y.lVl.C.A.. CO-Efl Steering Committee I, 2, 3, Chairman 2, 39 Senior Dress Committee 4, Point Board 3. PAUL RICHARD WILSON I To be rather than to seem. Bible Club I9 Homeroom Treasurer 29 Speech Club 39 De- bate Team 3. IN HONOR OF JAMES LOVVRANCE STAFFORD whose courage and spirit was undaunted in the face of affliction, we, the Senior Class of 1958 dedicate this page to our friend and classmate. H e is the son of Nlr. and fwrs. Riley Stafford. Page T i'W'ff1'e THE SENIOR TAPESTRY A tapestry woven by ten-score hands- The threads of each person entwine- And through it all, the silver and red Of our Senior Class does shine. We've woven the black of a heartbreak With the gleaming threads of our joy, Mingling with golden Graduation The rosy love of a girl and boy. Homecoming, Deep Purple, Class Night, Each is woven in its place, We sprinkle crimson freely- The trials We now shall face. Each has woven his own bright threads A part of the whole they become, An imperfect thread, a color faded, Each of our lives has some. Our tapestry is finished now- Place it high, before us allg We need its light above our way Lest we stumble, lest we fall. 'F . 1'?l' . CLARENCE HonroN E E idk r. Page Thirty-six ' NANCY FALLS JOHNNY CAUBLB MASGDTS Ending dreams, beginning reality. Our dreams began when we as freshmen began the school year of 1954-1955 at Cannon junior High School that September moming as t.he leaders of the school. In our first year in high school, our class was well-represented in Student Govemment by R. W. Williams serving as President and Larry Neal as Vice-President. Council members from our class were Phyllis Nelms, Judy Goodman, and Don Honeycutt. Our Christmas Queen that year was lean Avant, who was also Queen of the Fairyland dance sponsored by the Student Government. Gaining recognition was Linda Io Sloop, as the spelling champion of the school, and Louise Cashion, lean Avant, Linda McKnight, Gail Ross, Kerry Maulden, Gary Carlton, and Jimmy Price, as the top salesmen of the magazine cam- paign held that spring. This year sped by quickly. We did not want to leave Cannon, but at the same time we were eager to go to Brown. It seemed a little strange to be on the bottom after being on top at Cannon, but we quickly adjusted to the juniors and seniors, and to the school building. We held dreams of the future and of all the fun we would have. Our sophomore class adviser was Mr. Rawls. Larry Neal was our capable Presi- dent. Assisting him were Vice-Presi- dent R. W. Williams, Secretary Ierry Darnell, and Treasurer Kerry Maulden. Representing our class on the Student Council were lane VVilson and Don Honey- cutt. To raise money for our class activities, we had a candy sale. The top sales- men were Donnie Liven- good, Roy Eddleman, Harold. Beers, Barbara johnson, and 'K A Frances McCommons. Five members of our class were greatly honored by being tapped into the National Honor Society. They were lane Wilson, Larry Neal, Richard Sellers, R. W. Williams and jerry Darnell. The Key Club received Don Goodnight, Larry Neal, R. W. Williams and Ierry Damell into their ranks that year. In the Student Govemment elections, rising juniors Larry Neal and R. W. VVilliams were chosen to fill the offices of Secretary and Treasurer, respectively. Elected as cheerleaders were Larry Cauble and Glenna Goodson. We moved another step up the ladder leading to our goal of graduation. This dream was always in our minds. As juniors we looked forward to the promises of the future. Advising us as juniors was Mr. Boone. Elected to lead our class were Ierry Darnell as President, Kerry Maulden as Vice- President, Iudy Goodman as Secretary, and Alex Viola as Treasurer. Iane Wilson and Don Honeycutt were our Council representatives. We started the year off right with a magazine saleg George Noel was the top salesman. Then we successfully undertook the junior class play, You Can't Take It With You. As the year blossomed into spring, honors came to members of our class in the fonn of being tapped into the various clubs. Tapped into the National Honor Society on the basis of character, scholarship, leadership, and service were Frances McCommons, George Noel, Judy Goodman, Linda Io Sloop, Carole Harrington, Kerry Maulden, and Clarence Horton. Taken into the Key Club, were Kerry Maulden, Alex Viola, jerry Moss, George Noel, Clarence Horton, and Don Honey- cutt. The Quill and Scroll inducted Carole Harrington, Clar- ence Horton, Kaye Boyd and Saundra Ivey for their journal- istic work, For their accomplishments in dramatics, the Na- tional Thespian Society tapped lean Avant, Nancy Koontz, R. W. Williams, Becky I-Iodgens, Alex Viola, Iimmy Beck, and Linda McKnight. This was the year that we received our long-desired class rings and that wonderful Washington trip! How we looked forward to it and how we enjoyed every splendid moment! Those joyous, exciting times will always remain in our mem- ones. Next on our agenda was the junior-Senior. The Co-Chain men, Carole Harrington and Ettie Ruth Hastings, directed the preparations for this dance with the theme of Deep Purple. It was another dream fulfilled. As another year drew to a close, officers for the following year were elected. Larry Neal was elected Student Govemment President and R. W. Williams as Vice-President. Clarence Horton and Saundra Ivey were selected the editors of the Brown Highlights and the ALBROKAN. Voted to stimulate our school spirit were our Cheerleaders, Larry Cauble, Chief, Glenna Goodsong Ettie Ruth Hastings, and Brenda Beaver. Helping the seniors to graduate were the Commencement Marshals: Chief, Linda Io Sloopg George Noel, jane Wilsong Kerry Maulden, Larry Nealg Clarence Hortonp Norma Sloop: Doris McDonald, Richard Sellers, Carole Harrington, R. W. VVilliamsg Duane Childersg and Carol Taylor. Ours was the first class to have so many male Marshals. VVe realized that this coming year was to be our last in high school: that we were doing many things for the last timeg that soon the time was coming when we would no longer be A. L. Brown High School students, but alumni. We re solved to work harder this year to make up for those times when we might have been a little lax. This year was to be our greatest yet, as we took our places as dignified, sophisticated seniors. Guiding us through our last year was Miss Gray. Our officers worked hard to make ours the best class ever. Kerry Maulden served as President, Richard S e l l e r s as Vice-President, Donaline Jordan as Secre- tary, Barry Bostian as Treas- urer, Allen Wilson as Chap- lain, Carole Harrington as Social Chairman, Jane Wilson and Don Honeycutt as our Council members for the third year, and Linda Io Sloop as His- torian. We chose as our class motto Ending dreams: beginning reality. Our colors were red and silver, with a red rose as our flower. We picked two redheads for our mas- cots, Nancy Falls and Johnny Cauble. The Key Club took in Rodney Armstrong, Richard Sellers, and Allen Wilson, who transferred from LaGrange, Georgia, where he was Vice-President. Donaline Iordan represented our school in the Carrousel Parade in Charlotte. She won in the local parade and was crowned Miss Merry Christmas. Brenda Beaver reigned over the Homecoming festivities. The senior class unanimously elected jane Wilson Miss High Miss, an honor based on character, scholarship, leadership, and personality. Sports played an important role in our school life. The Co- Captains of the football team were Larry Neal, jerry Moss, and Don Goodnight. The Lug Leazer award was presented to Don Goodnight. Louise Cashion and La Vaughn Rodgers won first and second places, respectively, in the Student Government chocolate sale. VVe all helped with this fund to raise money for a new juke box and scholarships. As the year progressed, the National Honor Society, the Key Club, the National Thespian Society, and the Quill and Scroll accepted new members. The last half of our senior year was filled with the Senior- Iunior, the senior class play, the junior-Senior, Senior Day, choosing the class' gift, the many class meetings, rehearsals, the baccalaureate sermon, class night, and of course, to top it all, graduation. We had many dreams as we entered high school. Amid laughter and tears, they were either fulfilled or shattered. Perhaps a dream of accomplishment was satisfied, or perhaps not. Now at graduation, we know that to achieve anything worthwhile, dreams must be coupled with work. We leave behind our high school days to go forth into new ways of lifeg we are ending dreams: beginning reality. Lrrma Jo Stoor, Historian iriri rown i DONALINE JORDAN For her beauty, poise, and personality, Miss Donaline Jordan was chosen Miss Brown Hi by the Senior Class. Donaline represented Kannapolis in the Charlotte Carrousel and in the Kannapolis and Con- cord parades. She was selected as Miss Merry Christ- mas by the Merchant's Association. Page Thirty-eight ifsa i ian JANE wrtsow The Senior Class chose Miss .lane Wil- son as Miss Hi Miss on the basis of leader- ship, scholarship, character, and person- ality. She was accepted by acclimation, set- ting a precedent at A. L. Brown Hi h g School. Being a gqest of Winthrop Col- lege in Bock Hill, South Carolina, Jane received recognition in a special edition of The Johnsonianf' Winthrop's school newspaper. BEST PERFORMANCES 0F THE YEAR . U,A. ,..L.. 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X 35 K N JUNIUR GLASS NOT PICTURED LESLIE ARCO JOHNNY BARRINGER DON PINK JERRY FREELAND DOROTHY GOSNELL EUPENA I-IELMS BILLY JENKINS BILL KELLER CARL KELLY FAYNELLE KINCAID HAROLD LEAR BRENDA MCCALL BILLY MASSEY BECKIE MEACHAM PAT MILLER JERRY PLESS KENNETH POWELL MARVIN QUERY RALPH SECHLER EVIE SIMMONS TIM VANNOY KENNETH WALLACE WAYNE WACNER OFFICERS NANCY NELMS Secretary TOMMY ALLEN Treasurer RONNIE GLOSSON President ERIC MCKNIGHT Vice-President JU FRANKIE ADAIVIS LYNN ADCOCK WAYNE ADCOCK KENNETH ALEXANDER PHIL ALLEN TOBIBIY ALLEN JERRY ALLMAN 'TOINIIUY ANDERSON JOYCE ARGO SI-IELIA ARGO RICHARD ARMSTRONG PAUL ATHANAELOS YLLIS AUSTI BRADFORD ALLARD JANICE BALLARD REGINALD BALLARD TOBIE BARBER JOHNNY BARLOW PIITA BARNARD GEORGE BARRIER TOMMY BARRINGER A. C. BASSiNGER EVELYN BASS JERRY BEAINI KAYE BEAVER HAROLD BEETS MIKE BENFIELD GAIL BENTLEY SHARON BENTON SANDRA BILES NED BIVENS RAY BLACKWELDER MARION Boccs PAT BOGGS LYNN BONDS NIORS 'S..f me ff? . O. ,nah Phu Q af., Xf,7,,, X if 'fxebmx 1' -.f -4-.-f- Ka ar' - 'CP Tier.: Ni., S Ig, C , 'HY 'Ni -...ad me ,4---. JUNIORS BAIAXINE BONDS PAT BOSTIAN LINDA BOYD BOBBY BRICAIAN PIIYLLIS BROCK AARON BROOKS CHARLES BROOIXIE CHARLES BROWN KAY BROWN SHIRLEY BLILLOCK CHARLES BUAICARNER IOE BYRD DON CACLE JOYCE CALLICLIT MARY SUE CAIxII1RELI. BILL CANNON RACHEL CASI'lION SALLIE CIXUDLE BARBARA CJHAPIXIAN WILLIARD CIiRISTY PAT CLARK BILL CLAYTON VERNON CLEARY BARBARA CLEAIENT BILL CLEMENT PHIL CLEIXIENT DONALD COCGINS GAIL CORIPTON GLENN COBIPTON PHIL CORN HAROLD CROWDER PREBBLE CROWELL LARRY CRUIXIBLEY LARRY DANCY JERRY DANIELS WAYNE DANIEL BARBARA .DAVIS JOIINNY DAVIS SUZANNE DEAL LINDA DIGGS CHARLES DRAPER TED DRY ELIZABETH DUNCAN LARRY DUVALL SYBIL EDWARDS JANN ERWIN JAMES EVVING GATHY FARABEE OLIVIA PINK DC5'I'TIE FISHER LINDA FISIIER CX'NTIiIA FLETCHER EDDIE FOIL LARRY FOVVLER A. V. FRANKLIN LARRY FREEMAN JERRY FUNDERBURKE PEGGY GADDY DORIS GAIILTNEY HUGH CZIBBONS BENNY GIBSON JOIINNY GIBSON ROGER GILLON RONNIE GLOSSON FRANCES GOODMAN GAR1' GOODMAN JIMMY GOODNICHT KYLE GOODNICHT RUTH GRAIiABl NANCY GREENE JUNIORS JUNIORS RICHARD GRIBBLE ENOLA GRIFFIN JERRY GRIFFIN HELEN HACER BRENDA HALL CJLENDA HALL IVIARCELENE IIAINTILTON TJOIXUXIY IJAIXIMETT KAY HAAIPTON LARRY HAMPTON RONNIE HAMPTON JAMES PIARGETT MARCIE HARRINGTON SHIRLEY PIARVVOOD LYNNE HELBIS MELVIN HELBTS JANIOE HERRIN JERRY HESS JACK HILL SYLVIA HOCE GENE HODGE DIAN HOLBROOK SARANETT HOLLAND MARLENE HOWARD STEVE HUBBARD KATHLEEN INIVIAN PHYLLIS JENKINS JUDY JOHNSON PAUL JONES BENNY JULIAN GAYLE KARRIKER RONNIE KEEVER JEAN KERLEY GARY KIDD MYRA KING LINDA KNIGHT JOHNNY KRIMMINGER CHARLES LACKEY JOAN LAFEVERS JOYCE LAFEVERS PEGGY LAFEVERS BECKIE LEE SHEILA LEONARD BECKY LILES JUDY LINEBARRIER DANNY LITTLE GAIL LITTLE JOHNNY LI'I'I'LE CHIPPY LOGAN SAUNDRA LOGAN LINDA LOMAX JO LONG WAYNE LOVE WAYNE LOWERY LINDA LYNCH JOE MCCOMMONS RONALD MCCURDY JAMES MCINNIS ALAN MCKNIGHT ERIC MCKNIGHT HAROLD MCMANUS PAYE MCWHORTER JERRY MCWHORTER KAYE MCWHORTER BRUCE MANN PATRICIA MANN LARRY MARLOW BEVERLY MAULDEN MARTHA MESIMER SUE MILBURN JUNIURS Vu YQ-'Lf 5? few QP' 'Gr 0'0 'Hn- 'nr-:- Qu. 494 Nr X' Q, 1 V: I Aqrw-r .3454 ...fa-A ad' VL -an , 'lf ,ww ww ,110 -,pw kv -om.. ..,,, 'ad SHIRLEY MILES SANDRA MILLER JULIA MILLIS BOBBY MILLS JANE MOORE ZACKIE MOORE SHIRLEY MORGAN BETTY MORRIS DIANNE MORRIS ELIZABETH Moss GENE MULLINAX WANDA MUNDAY PEGGI MURPH NANCY NELMS RITA NOEL DALE NORWOOD JOHN OEHLER CAROLYN OVERGASH NELDIA OVERCASH PAT OVERGASH SARA OVERCASH TOMMY GVERCASH PAT OWENS NN WINGS BRENDA PAIGE BECKY PARKER KAY PERRY MAE PERRY ANITA PETREA JOHN PETREA VIRGINIA PETREA LINDA PHILLIPS BARBARA PLESS JERRY PLESS ROBIN POPLIN JIMMY POWELL CHANDLER PRICE MIKE PURVIS BRENDA QUEEN LARRY REID JOHNNY RIDDLE JACKIE ROBERSON ALICE ROBERTS PHYLLIS ROGERS BOBBY ROSS CAROLYN RUSSELL KIRBY RUSSELL MARTHA RUTLEDGE WOODIE SAFRIT CAROL SCARBORO RAY SCOTT JAMES SEAGRAVES GLORIA SECHLER ALEX SEYMOUR BRENDA SHAVER MILLICENT SHEPHERD JERRY SHERRILL GEORGE SHINN LINDA KAY SHINN LARRY SHIVE LARRY SIDES DON SLAUCHTER GERALD SMALL EUGENE SMITH BILLY SNIPES BARBARA SOWDER KAY STARNES BRENDA STEELE BILLY STEGALL LINDA STILLER JUNIURS ,.4-4 Nil' 'aff' fu-f Y R50 JUNIURS BILLY SPRY BUDDY STOKES CAROLYN STRIBLING HELEN STRIBLINC BUDDY TEMPLETON PATRICIA TEMPLETON LINDA THOMPSON PAT TUCKER EDDIE TYSON LARRY WALKER DORIS WALLER WILMA WALLER RUDY WARE LOUISE WARREN ALICE WATSON CLOTILDA WEDDINGTON MARGIE WELLMAN SHEILA WEST ANN WHITARER DAVID WHITE BOBBY WHITLEY GARY WILLIAMS MYRA WILLIAMS NORMAN WILSON ALBERT WINGLER JIMMY WOODARD VICKIE WOODARD ROY WYATT SHIRLEY YOST NOLA ZEPP I 14 v 'E l'se Poppin' Out All Over ' N 0 w Pronounce You Wanna BUY some Candy? fue B Onne Short Shorts f Sue I We',-e G0nna T ell Mom Q! Y SGY Cheese' R k- OC A-Bye Babies The Three Bears OOHH, George! Jane! lIl3eD afnell! pn A N44 GY SUPIIUMURE CLASS NOTPICTURED JUDY BAKER RAYMOND CHRISTY ROBERT HONEYCUIT KAY BASSINGER SIHRIQEY COOPER BILLY JENKINS LARRY BEAM ROGER CORRELL MICHAEL LITAKER MICHAEL BEAVER MARY F. DHYE WILLARD LONG WALTER BOWLES JOHN DWIGGINS MICHAEL LowDER BRENDA BRANDON JACK ERERHARDT DONALD MEDLIN EDGAR BROWN SI-ELIA GOODMAN TONY MILLsAPs MAXINE CAMPBELL JAMES HICKS JERRY SMITH A ROBERT CAMPBELL PAUL HILTON WAYNE SPRY Page Fifty-four OFFICERS PHYLLIS WILLIAMS Treasurer JUDY HUDSON Secretary DANNY BOST President HENRY ELLER Vice-President SUPHUMORES CAROL ADAMS CLAUDINE ADAMS LINDA ADAMS RAY ADCOCK MILDRED ALEXANDER DONALD ANDERSON BARBARA ARMSTRONG WAYNE ARMSTRONG MYRA ATKINSON FRANCES BAER BEA BALLARD LINDA BALLARD JERRY BARLOW ARTIHJR BARRIER CLAY BASINGER DONALD BAss KAY BAssINGER MYRA BAXTER LINDA BEAM JUDY BEAVER JOE BECK LAVON BENTON EDDIE BLACK TERRY BLACK GEORGE BLOW RONALD BLUE BETTY JEAN BOND BILLY BOND DANNY BOST GENE BOWERS BARBARA BOYETTE SUzANNE BRADLEY CLARIOE BRAGG ALLEN BRANTLEY GUY BROOKS JENNY BROTHERS BUTOH BROWN CAROL BROWN MARTHA BROWN JANE BULLOCK SARA BURNETTE ELAINE BURRIS WINDEL BURTON MARILYN CARROUTH LINDA CARTER LOUISE CAUDLE MAXINE CAUDLE MAKIE CHEEK PI-IY'.LLIS CHEEK BARRY CHILDERS BELINDA CIH1LDE.Rs NANOY Crmxsmw AUDREY CHRISTY PEGGY CLAYTON TYNA COGGINS PAUL COOK GAYLE COOKE SANDRA COUNCIL MICHAEL CRADDOCK JOEL CRAFT viii' qu ,.... . -an , i A 7' A Q 'H if I 42995. M-:Aa K 'wx Q 7 A um J ig I If g ,- Q' , -uf fm --1 , ..., U. fn, , -: Drkh .'R Q, I 1 Qi 5 av' 'sa' 'F' hh 'E-bi' K : eff' ' ' f rug J I ew? S I 'Q hh -Z . - U ai .I .L I' A wr W I W J' I f gf IIIMHQR 1, vis. SOPHDMORES CHARLOTTE CRENSLHAW MARLENE CREss MICHAEL CRITZ BETYY DANIEL LARRY DANIEL CAROLYN DANIELS JOHNNY DARNELL LINDA DARNELL BETTY DAVID GLORIA DAVIDSON JOYCE DAVIS JUDY DAvIs JANE DAYVAULT JIMMY DAYVAULT REBERAH DAYVAULT BONNIE DEAL CAROLYN DEAL BOBBY DEEsE JERRY DELLINCER ANN DENNY ELDON DONAIIIJE GARY DONAHUE BILLY DOVE JOANNE DROLETTE FELIX DRY MARY ANN DUDLEY BILLY DUNCAN SANDRA DWIGGINS DON EAGLE LARRY EDDLEMAN HENRY ELLER HAROLD FELTS ROBERT FLEEMAN SHIRLEY FOSTER FRANCES LEE FOWLER BRENDA FREEMAN LINDA FREEMAN TOMMY GANTI' MICHAEL GARVER RICHARD GAI'rON MAxINE GOFORTH SANDRA GOODMAN WAYNE GOODMAN BRENDA GRADY DEXTER GREENE P. O. GREENE, JR. LARRY GRIFFIN RAYMOND GRIFFIN THOMAS GRIFFIN THOMAS GRIFFITH LINDA GRICCS SHIRLEY ANN GRIGGS LO'I'I'IE GROFF DAvIE HALL CAROL HAMPTON BARBARA HARDIN SHIRLEY HARDIN GYRIL HARRINCTON JERRY HARRINOTON ROBERT HARTSELL, JR. MARY LOU HAWKINS WINSTON HAWKINS CONNIE HELMS LINDA HENDERSON CYNTIHIIA HENDRIX MARY HEss JERRY Hicks BOBBY HILL PAT HILL ROBBIB HOBBS MARY SUE HODGE CORA HOLBROOK FAYE HOLLAB ALTA HOLSHOUSER JO HoL'r MILDRED HOLT LA DEAN HONBARRIER GUY HONEYOUTI' LINDA HONEYCUTT JEAN HOOPER LINDA CAROL HORNE SYLBIA HORNE CHARLES HORTON GLENNA HOUSE DEWEY HOWELL CHARLES HUDGENS JUDY HUIBON ROBERT HUDSON SYBII. HUDSON DIANNE HUGGINS LINDA HUIE LARRY IMAN MIKE IRBY BETTY IsENIIoUR LARRY JAMES BOBBY JONES TED JONES MENDALL JORDAN NANCY JORDAN CLENDA JULIAN GARY KEARNEY PAT KERLEZ DELORES KETGIIIE BARBARA KEY JANICE KING BARRY KIRBY GEORGE KIsER BRENDA LAMBERT KAY LAMBERT SARAH LARII JANE ANNALEE KENNETH LEONARD JERRY LEWIS MICKEY LINEBARRIER KATILRYN LISENBY BETTY LOWDER DWAIN LUIvIsDEN WAYNE MCCLANNON ELAINE MCCOMBS LIBBY MCCOMMONS SUPIIUMURES on 'uv ld Av-av -rw, W SUPHUMURES JERRY MCINNIS ELAINE MCKINNEY KENNETH MCIRAE JOYCE MANN BUDDY MARLIN JERRY MARLOW LINDA MARTIN MARY VIRGINIA MARTIN SUZANNE MATTOX MONTY MAYES BEITY MELTON BILL MELTON SHIRLEY MEssER CHARLES MILLER LINDA MILLER TED MILLER BILLY MILLIGAN JOHN MITCHELL, JR. ALICE MONTGOMERY ALVIN MOORE CHARLES MOOSE LESTER MORGAN PHYLLIS MORGAN TERRY MORGAN VERNON MORRIS NANCY Moss WAYNE NICHOLS JAN NIXON JERE NOEL MICHAEL OSBORNE PEGGY OVERCASII LARRY PALMER WALTER PAR!-IAM AGATHA PARSONS DAVID PENNELL BILL PERRY DWAIN PERRY REBECCA PERRY BILL PHILLIPS FAYE PHILLIPS JERRY PHILLIPS JOYCE PICRREL DAvID POGUB GLENDA PREsI..AR ALMA JEAN PRICE EUGENE PRICE KAREN PRICE DIANE READLING LINDA KAY RAGAN JOYCE REID SHIRLEY ANN REYNOLDS LEON RICHARDSON RICK RICRARD EVELYN ROARII LINDA JERRY LINDA OLLIE GRADY KAY R ROBINE'I'1 E ROGERS ROGERS ROLLINS Ross, JR. USSELL ROBERT SAWYER CAROL SCARROROUCH JOYCE SCARBOROUGH LIBBY SEEASTIAN STEVE SELE JIMMY SELLERS BAXTER SI-IELTON JACKIE SHERRILL PATSY ANN SI-IERRILL TASKA SIKES LAVON SIMPSON JERRY SLOOP AGNES SMITH BARBARA SMITH JACKIE SMITH CECIL SNIPES JIMMY SORRELL WANDA STACK JOYCE STARNES PATRICIA STATON BRADLEY STROUP JERRY TAYLOR DOROT1-IY TENNENT DAVID THERRELL LOUISE THERRELL LARRY THOMPSON BARRY THOBNBURG LARRY TORRENCE FRED TRAMMELL SCOTT TROTT MARTHA TROUTMAN MARY TUCKER DON TURNER JUDY TURNER FAYE VINSON CAROL WALDROUP GARREN WATKINS RICHARD WATSON TERRY WATTS EARLINE WEBSTER JACKIE WEST ELLIS WHITE WOODY WHITE, JR. LORRAINE WILLIAMS MARVIN WILLIAMS PATRICIA WILLIAMS PHYLLIS WILLIAMS STEVE WILLIAMS TED WILLIAMS GUY WILSON PAT WINCIESTER BETTY SUE WINGLER GLADYS WINGLER MIKE YORKE SUPIIUMURES -'I fp.-ew? f W .:. I I pm ,, AW-umyk 355- fAfvgme51gA: V - . .. , ,WJ , ..S, ymflygg 3 ' E,JET, ITLE .W QE Q , TI' , fi fy V' A af 'KW 1 gay -, My IA :I f A -f I ' T37 H , 'Rfk W V , V , V If. fgwfffkg IIS gzgyzv mr' ,M PLAYING vossuM SMRBLS X I WON'T YOU STEP THE PARLORP ' THIN LOST! ,N i 1 S s GW5' NWT P Ywx P ,.'A :,, q V f i uz u A Q q Q fl f . VVKL Tix -i w K . Q is 1 E j A 4 tl Q LORD FLEA f-E Q 4 Q JH! ' A' NAUE,HfffADnEs OF HAPPY, HM' SHADY LANE PY BIRTHUA' k T01-EN RlNKlN'N, ' BEEN D YEARS rP5p5,Gg'0?2lS, NEXT! 'gn CHEESE! ZZ 'X XXX mm L X SETS.. AK WHY STUDY ENGLISH is a fact these industrious sophomores will be discovering as they explore their English In Action books. Literature heads their agenda for the second semester. .Xl ENGLISH ALL THE WORLD is a stage . . . English IV students will be becoming acquainted with this philosophy as they study the works of Shakespeare and many others. Their studies will also in- clude the AnglcrSaxon Era and the works of Chaucer whose Can- terbury Tales are quite familiar to all seniors. THEY'RE REALLY NOT that quiet, because when they begin their oratoricals thatis when the action begins. Two years old now, this additional course to Brown High School's curriculum has won its place in many speech lovers' hearts. MATH NOW LET ME show you ap- pears to be the general idea in this typical Senior Math class. At the moment, these students are preoccupied with Solid Geometry. Other courses which they will take later in the year are Plane Trigonometry and Advanced Al- gebra. 'llllluuuug,,- N Simi Geusgfeh GEE WHIZ, is this right? These Algebra II students soon learn the answer to this question. A college requirement, Algebra I and II can prove to be very fascinating topics of study. ui DON'T BE A SQUARE . . . use all the right angles. This is precisely what these Geometry students are doing. Studying this course helps them to think and reason logically. In this mixed-up world you have got to be on the ball, so they've found. LIFE IN the Middle Ages as compared to now is somewhat a revolution. The history students find that their own country's his- tory is very interesting as they study about their heritage. AROUND THE WORLD is where these History I students go as they study world history. Their study includes the Seven Won- ders of the Ancient World from. the Hanging Gardens of Babylon to the Colossus of Rhodes. Page Sixty-four 'nw HISTORY OUR WORLD IS CHANGING is certain as Mrs. Miller is point- ing out to her government stu- dents. To keep ahead in the news of our country and other countries requires a bit of work for these students. They seem to be quite interested in their subject, though. SCIENCE FUTURE EINSTEINSP That must be a pretty good idea if it works. Physics is a must for senior students who plan to enter any scientific or engineering field. Hard work is the prime require- ment for this course. Students build radios as this above as part of their study. W a if,1i, i : ' , sii t1iiistt Q w as - H , I H -,I I-l ei, t 5 WHAT DO WE HAVE HERE? The answer, of course, as these general science'ers well know are weights. They can be rather amaz- ing. Since ther students make small heaters of their own, per- haps they can start a business. NOT QUITE A foreign language class . . . but as interesting so' these sophomores will tell you. Their studies include the many different phylums and classes of animals in biology. Also in their class comes the dissecting of such little creatures as the frogs, etc. . . . very entertaining! Page S iocty-five INDUSTRIAL ARTS And around we go seems to be the general idea. Industrial Arts is a course that does require much mechanical drawing, electrical work, and shop math, along with technical films. Therefore, these students plan to be really pre- pared for anything along this line of work. There they are . . . boys who have applied themselves and put their study into good practice. Boys in this course must be at least six- teen years old. When they set out to do a job, they believe in doing it well. Page Sixty-six DO YGU HAVE this Black Magic? If you do you're well on your way to success in the busi- ness world. Experiencing the re- sponsibilities that go along with a job is a unique way, as these students will tell you, to prepare themselves for future accomplish- ments. Here we haue some mlghty need ed and helpful workers in no other form than the duplicating department. This is the place those fatal catastrophes known as tests originate. The duplicating department mimeographs morning announcement sheets, tests and other material. -A COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT BUSY BANKERS . . . They may own a bank of their own someday, who knows? At the present, though, they have acquired some very valuable experience in this type work, and their help has been quite a contribution to Brown High. PROFESSIONALS? . . . almost. These students are quite informed in this type of work after one year of study. Typing I and II prepares a student for any kind of office work. Bookkeeping and shorthand are also other commercial courses offered. Page Sixty-seven 'ALL ROME is divided into three parts is a phrase from the much famous, as the Latin scholars will tell you, Caesar's Gallic Wars. They appear quite intent on their study, and who wouldn't be? After all, it is said that Latin isn't really a dead language! Page Sixty-eight LANGUAGES SI, SI senora, could be the an- swer a Spanish student is giving Mrs. Caldwell as they study the language of the South of the Border people. They can't help but wish they were there. UPARLEZ VOUS FRANCAIS? If you do then we're off to the enchanting country of France to none other than gay Pareel Not only do French students study the language, but they also have French pen-pals with whom they correspond. y rx 4 lr 3 . l r RT! X, if . M595 ll if N- i X if' MW yu V Sify Mi Nl HOME ECONOMICS BUSY LITTLE HOME- MA-KERS are these young ladies, and it better be good or OOPS goes the grade. Besides learning to be excellent cooks they also be- come expert seamstresses and house cleaners. ART SH-SH . . . Artists at work, and the Art Department does give quite a few of these talented crea- tures. Not only do they give of their time and talent to the school, but they learn many different tricks-of-the-trade and some mighty helpful hints. SHOP These boys appear to be running their own show, and it looks as though they're not doing such a bad job of it. Sheet metal is thc main material used along with a little know-how, and we've got something. Page Sixty-nine' BIBLE Certainly the Bible class is one in which you can learn to be thankful along with the sincere meaning of the Thanksgiving Season. The students enjoy their subject very much, not failing to mention its many rewards. ORIENTATION AS SOPHOMORES these new classmcn learn the value of the saying, Slow down, and Live. This does make them STOP and think of courtesy as they begin to take the wheel. Many other interesting and helpful topics are brought up in these classes throughout the year. GUIDANCE ASSISTANTS Seated left to right: Faye Hollar, Sandra Goodman, Judy Good- man, Linda Cook, Linda Hill. Standing left to right: Libby Mc- Commons, Rita Barnard, Joyce Ann Davis, Betty Isenhour, and Bonnie Deal. Chester Meisen- heimer, standing at center in back, is the guidance counselor. GAFETERIA FIFTH PERIOD and the mad rush begins at the sound of a bell. Wherels everybody going in such a hurry? Cf course, it's to eat, so a bee-line is made for the school cafeteria. Boy, they certain- ly seem to be enjoying their feasts, and with those empty stomachs to feed, down it goes. Mildred Alexander, Tommy Allen, Rodney Armstrong, Myra Atkinson, jane Bullock, Charles Brown, jenny Brothers, Allan Brantley, Aaron Brooks, Guy Brooks, Tommy Barringer, Charles Bumgamer, Mike Critz, Mike Carithers, Don Cagle, Roger Correll, Rodger Carter, W. Campbell, Marvin Carter, Barbara Chap- man, Bob Crutchfield, Zona Cresswell, Peggy Clayton, Billy Clayton, Becky Corn, Doyle Donahue, Ierry Del- linger, Neddie Dickerson, Sandra Dwiggins, Ted Dry, Betty Deal, Ioyce Davis, Billy Dove, Don Daniel, Wayne Dayvault, Sandra Drolette, P. O. Greene, Shirley Griggs, Larry Griffin, David Gales, Iohnny Gibson, Tommy Gaskins, Wayne Goodman, Larry Hampton, jack Hill, Glenna Haney, Robbie Hobbs, Becky Hodgens, Indy Hudson, Linda Henderson, Rob ert Hartsell, Sylvia Hoce, Delores Katchie, George BAND DoN DANIEL, Drum Major Left to right: JUDY HUDSON, SYLVIA Hocia, G.-ui. Ross, PEGGY OLIVER, and junv Tunman. Kiser, Saundra Logan, Io Long, Phil Lippard, Wayne Lowery, Mike Lowcler, Shelia Leonard, Dennis Lacey, Betty Laws, Alan McKnight, Eric McKnight, Terry Morgan, Monty Mayes, Buddy Marlin, Ronald Mg Cu-rd , Alice Montgomery, Ted Miller, Kenneth Mur- ray, ilaine McCombs, Kerry Maulden, Ianet Maul- den, George Noel, Rita Noel, 'lere Noel, john Oehler, George Oehler, Peggy Oliver, Frank Overcash, Wayne Pennell, Iimmy Powell, Alma jean Price, johnny Par- ker, Rick Rickard, Linda Ragan, johnny Riddle, Gail Ross, Gerald Richardson, Rusty Rainey, Gary Shive, Larry Shive, Richard Sellers, Millicent Shepherd, jim- my Slaughter, Robert Sawyer, Susu Tuttle, Iudy Tur- ner, Don Tumer, Bobby joe Thomas, Scott Trott, Alex Viola, Ellis White, David White, Elaine Work- man, Norman Wilson, Steve Williams. Le t to right: jo LoNc, SUSAN TUTTLE, SAUNDRA LOGAN, ALICE MONTGOMERY, ELAINE WOHKMAN, and JEANNIE PRICE. The A. L. Brown High School Band of Kan- napolis, North Carolina, under the direction of HARVEY TURNER, presents . . . The stir- ring drums can be heard in the distance, and then Mr. Turner steps out for a well-earned bow. Next comes DON DANIEL, drum major, who has led the band this 1957-58 school year and has done a superb job. The majorettes and sponsors receive a big ovation as they make their appearance. Then, the heart of it all, the band itself, having achieved wide-spread recog- nition, makes its entry, and cheers roll from every section. We have a marvelous band, not only in our own opinions, but in many others. At Duke University on band day last year, our band won many compliments for themselves. They add to the spirit of the football games and pep meetings with their fine playing. MEG----f---M 1 A rs, , .wwf -.-N --.ra E ,Q X? 2 3 Bow one: Kay Lambert, Linda Io Sloop, Linda Adams, Betty Daniel, Brenda Freeman, Suzanne Deal, Libby Sebastian, Judy Goodman, Mary Virginia Martin, Frances jean Baer, jane Ann Lee, Bea Ballard, Lynn Bonds, Donaline Jordan, Phyllis Hall, Julia Clark. Row two: Frances Griffin, Sylbia Home, Nomia Sloop, Mary Tucker, Io Holt, Glenda Preslar, Taska Sikes, jackie West, Barbara Smith, Shirley Harding, Rebecca Perry, Nancy Moss, Beverly Mauldin, Judy Davis, Peggy Overcash, Brenda Lambert, Betty David, Doris Gaultney. Row three: Ettie Ruth Hastings, Carol Brown, jackie Sherrill, Beckie Lee, Jane Moore, Buddy Mar- lin, Woodie SafrE,T'Te-rTry Eller, Tommy Griffith, Mary Lou Hawkins, Myra Baxter, Rebekah Dayvault, Linda Honeycutt, Nancy Christian, Martha Trouttman. Row four: Larry Thompson, Jerry Taylor, George Barrier, Barry Bostian, David Miller, Billy Stegal, Larry Iman, Charles Lackey, Ronnie Keever, Larry Fow- ler, Ray Scott, Ir., Kirby Russell, Bobby Hill, Davie Hall, Tommy Gantt, Jerry Phillips, Guy Wilson, Jan Nixon, Brenda Brandon. MIXED GHURUS From another musical phase of our school comes the Mixed Chorus, which is com- posed of approximately seventy voices. The Mixed Chorus has presented music for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter pro grams. Miss Stallings is the leader of the group, and she has done a Wonderful job. Assisting her has been the Mixed Chorus pianist, Beverly Mauldin. Q First row: jack Hill Sarah Trott Brenda Wright johnny Steen Anna Ree Segall Second row: Nelda Overcash Sarah Oxercash Myra Smith janet Mauldln Robin Poplin Steve Beaver. JUNIOR MARSHALS First row: jane Wilson, Doris MacDonald, Carol Taylor, Norma Sloop, Carole Har- rington. Second row: Duane Childers, R. W. Williams, Clarence Horton, Kerry Maulden, Lin- da Jo Sloop, Richard Sellers, Larry Neal, George Noel. DRAMATIGS Webb', Family Aw Ma, l gotta know all about Canada by ten olclockf' says VVally Webbn Cfommy Over- cashl to an irate Mother Webb CWilla lacksonD who doesnlt ap- preciate geography books at the breakfast table. Seated in the cen- ter is Ernily Webb, Wallyls older sister Clean Pricel. Gibbs Family Do you know what l love most in the world? Do you? MONEYU' exclaims the smallest member of the 'iGibbsH family, Rebecca, Clietty Dcaly. Playing Ulxlrs. Gibbsl' is Sandra Miller. Richard Sellers sits in the center of the dinner table as Ufleorge Gibbs. Good afternoon, ladies, says the lovable l'Stage blanagerl' played by Tommy Allen, as he visits with two housewives, lxlrs. Gibbs and Mrs. VVebb CSandra Miller and VVi1la lacksonl Oh George, ll1Cy'fC so expen- sivef' replies 'iEmily toi'George7s', suggestion that she order a straw- berry phosphate Clean Price and Richard Sellersl Page Seventy-six 7 .QE3 625125 WC A YN ,C ffm X-3 M SPECIAL ATTRACTIDNS ,f EQ Y!! ': 'f f 1 - -V - --.-w-W--,-vqgn uulu ANLD scnou. A A ffflf A g : A so L K . .,. N A Ugl y A l i ll l , , s it Cmou: HARRINUTON KAYB Bovn President' Secretary CLARENCE Hom'oN SAUNDRA IVEY Vice-President Treasurer Miss BARBARA Pnocron Adviser The Josephus Daniels chapter of Quill and Scroll at Brown High honors high school journalists. It exists as an honorary international organization and inducts members on the basis of scholarship, character, and outstanding achievement in the field of journalism, both editorial and business. The Alpha Chi Sigma chapter of the Na- tional Honor Society at Brown High recog- nizes those students excelling in scholarship, leadership, service and character. Juniors and seniors are tapped into the club annually while sophomores are taken in on probation. Above is a picture of the- impressiee, tradz tional NHS tapping ceremony held in March of 1957. FRANCES MCCOMMONS, President GEORGE NOEL, Vice-President JUDY GOODMAN, Secretary LINDA Io SLOOP, Treasurer SHEILA ARCC CAROLE HARRINCTON CLARENCE HORTON LARRY NEAL RITA NOEL BEVERLY MAULDIN KERRY MAULDEN RICHARD SELLERS EDDIE TYSON R. W. WILLIAMS JANE WILSON Miss ELLIOTT, Adviser Page Seventy-nine -L.,-J'- KERRY MAULDEN LARIIY NEAL RICHARD SELLERS EDDIE TYSON ALEX VIoLA R. W. WILLIAMS KEY CLUB The most outstanding boys from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes are taken into the Key Club semi-annually. The Kiwanis Club sponsors this organization. Mn. EDWIN VAN Poous DON HONEYCUTP Adviser President STUDENT GDVERNMENT Lamar NEAL R. W. WILLIAMS EDDIE TYSON BEVERLY MAULDIN JANE WILSON President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer DON l'IONEYCU'I'1' SHELIA Anco DON CAGLE IUDY TURNER MARVIN WILLIAMS Miss FRANCES BOUNDS Adviser First row: Jean Kerley, Lib Duncan, Sylvia I-loce, Beverly Mauldin, Treasurer, R. W. Williams, Vice-President, Eddie Tyson, Secretary, Larry Neal, President. Second row: Brenda Freeman, Peggy Clayton, Sandra Miller, Nancy Moss, Judy Goodman, Linda Williams, Bobby Joe Thomas, Don Daniel, Miss Bounds, Adviser. Third row: Larry Fowler, Billy Bond, Bobby Hill, Baxter Shelton, jerry Dellinger, Bill Perry, Tommy Barringer, Don Goodnight. e wi :fi 5 B! t 5? I 3 Miss NANcE1'rA HUDSON Adviser JEAN AVANT, President -IIIXIIXIY BECK BECKY ilODGENS NANCX' KooNTz, Treasurer LINDA MCKNICHT, Secretary ALEX Vlom, Vice-l'residen1 R. W. W1LL1AAls NATIONAL THESPIAN SUGIETY The purpose of the National Thespian Society is to promote the interest and participation in dra- matic arts in the secondary schools and high schools. Members are selected on the basis of interest and participation in various phases of the theatre. First row: A. V. Franklin, Tommy Allen, George Noel, Alex Viola, Becky Hodgens, Beck, Nancy Koontz, Tana Argo, Dian Holbrooks, Sandra Miller, Agatha Parsons T Overcash, Louise Cashion, Bettie Dellinger, Miss Hudson. Second row: Phyllis Hall Caton, Richard Sellers, Charles Lackey, Jeanie Price, Betty Laws, Alice Roberts Armstrong, Ronnie Keever, Kenneth Burke. Third row: Barbara Fullam, Virginia Willa Jackson, Frank Overcashjnfobbie Holibs, Betty Deal, Jane Wilson, Rita Bamard Brown. Fourth row: Loneda Benton, ,lack Hill, Joe Byrd, ,Sandra Drolette, Saranette Hol Martha Rutledge, Sara Overcash, Margaret Fisher, jean Avant, Vera Parks, Kay Beaver C Coodson, Sylvia Hoce, Linda McKnight, Clotilda Weddington, Linda Stiller, Anita Peggy Caddy, Bobby Jo Thomas, johnny Riddle. Fifth row: Clarence Horton, George johnny Barlow, johnny Krimminger, Don Cagle, Kerry Maulden, Larry Freeman Roy man, Vernon Cleary, David Miller. KH!!! if QQ!! 1 gl' Rl? BHUWH HIGHLIGHTS First row: Pat Bastian, Jane Bullock, Sal1ie,Caudle. Second row: Jane Dayvault, Karen Price, Vicki Wood- ard, Barbara Chapman. Third row: Kaye Boyd, Becky Lee, Sandra Biles, Mary Sue Campbell, Phyllis Brock. Fourth row: Joanne Drolette. First row: Jo Long, Gloria Sechler, Judy Tumer, Pat Williams, Cynthia Fletcher, Linda McKnight. Second row: Jean Kerley, Sandia Miller, Cail Bentley, Linda Kay Thornburg, Linda Cook. Third row: Kaye Boyd, Olivia Fink, Myra King, Saundra Logan. Fourth row: Linda Knight, Don Daniel, Barry Bostian. I.-1 -- -' SAIJNDRA IVEY, CzrEditor CLARENCE HoR'roN, Co-Editor -u-w-W-- UIIFUUHW lnmilnhl 'luullm qnumlll WNINU iililll iii Bllll V111 'Mil vlln win 1am CARQLE HARRINGTON News Editor RICHARD SELLERS Boys' Sports Editor BRENDA THOMPSON Girls' Sports Editor KAYE BOYD Business Illanager lxlYRA KING Advertising Manager ZONA CRESWELL Alumni Editor PEGGY OLIVER Exvlzmzge Editor RACHEL CASIIION Homeroom Editor VIRGINIA PETREA Music Editor JANE VVILSON Reporter LINDA HOLLAR Reporter MARGIE HAHRINGTON CLARENCE HORTON SAUNDRA IVEY F0 Eduor Co-Editor JANE WILSON PEGGY OLIVER CAROLE HARRINGTON RICHARD SELLERS MARGIE HARRINGTON LINDA I-IOLLAR VIRGINIA PETREA KAY FESPERMAN ZONA CRESWELL CAROLYN VINsoN BRENDA THOMPSON RACHEL CASHION Page E1ghty-four Mlss BARBARA PROGTGR Adviser BARRY BOSTIAN KAYE BOYD MYRA KING Czrculatum Manager Busmess Manager Advertiszng Manager JEAN AVANT GAIL BENTLEY LINDA COOK DON DANIEL CYNTHIA FLETCHER OLIVIA FINK JEAN KERLEY LINDA KNIGHT SAUNDRA LOGAN JO LONG LINDA MCKNIGHT SANDRA MILLER GLORIA SECI-ILER LINDA KAYE TI-IORNBURG JUDY TURNER PATRICIA WILLIAMS Page Eighty fwe First row: Louise Cashion, Bettie Dellin- ger, Brenda Freeman, Carolyn Clark, Gail Bently, Myra King. Shelia Argo, Lib Dun- can, Clarice Bragg, Tobie Barbee, Cynthia Fletcher, Kaye Boyd, Linda Fisher, Linda Deese, Phyllis Austin, Kay Hampton, Rachel Cashion, Judy Davis, Carole Harrington, Lynn Bonds, Second row: Sandra Biles, Ann Denny, Ettie Ruth Hastings, Kay Brown, Judy Hudson, Sandra Dwiggins, Janyce Beck, Margie Harrington, Betty Bond, Judy Beaver, Linda Beam, Linda Griggs, Gayle Karriker, Janice Herrin, Lynda Knight, Sylvia Hoce, lVIary Lou Hawkins, Frances Goodman, Judy Goodman. Third row: Tana Argo, Mildred Holt, Judy Blackwelder, Cook- ie Alexander, Tyna Coggins, Suzanne Deal, Becky llodgens, Barbara Chapman, Alta llolshouser, Linda Darnell, Donaline Jor- dan, Julia Clark, Phyllis Hall, Cathy Farbee, Betty lsenhour, Don Goodnight. Fourth row: Ann Jarrett, Betty Baird, Bonnie Deal, Kaye Beaver, Jane Dayvault, Jane Bullock, Eliza- beth Holt, Marlene Howard, Charlotte Crenshaw, Cookie Ketchie, Linda Cook, Linda llill, Margaret Fisher, Nancy Koontz, Sandra Goodman, Larry Freeman, Chippy Logan, Barry Bostian. Fifth row: Sandra Council, Loneda Benton. Willa Jackson, Glenna Goodson, Olivia Fink, Jean Avant, Jean Kerley, Johnny Gibson, Tommy Allen, Roger Gillon, Charles Brown. Sixth row: Jack Hill, Don Daniel, P. O. Greene, Jerry Dellinger, J, VV. Campbell, Rodney Arm- strong, Larry Cashion, Larry Cauble, George Kiser, Ronnie Glosson, Don Cagle, Tommy Barringer. BIBLE CLUB The Bible Club works to help develop in every way possible the spiritual life of the students at Brown High. Open to any student interested in high Christian ideas, it offers opportunities to en- rich their religious life at home, school, and church, through participation in club programs and proj- ects. The Bible Club provides Bible study, worship and fellowship. gm ,, First row: R. W. Williams, Rudy Ware, Karen Price, Joyce Reid, Alan McKnight, Nancy Moss, Sandra Kaye Miller, Carolyn Russell, Evelyn Roark, Linda Kaye Ragan, Brenda Steele, Myra Williams, Neldia Over- cash, Julia Millis. Second row: Kerry Maul- den, Becky Parker, Dale Norwood, George Noel, Linda Phillips, Jane Moore, Alice Rob- erts, Louise Warren, Judy Tumer, Phyllis Williams, Linda Williams, Linda Stiller, Ann Whitaker, Alice Watson, Laurna Mitchell, Betty Thomas. Third row: Gloria gechler, Vera Parks, Rgchartgll ?bellers,BCarol tcarboro, Bgc.k1Q ?e, ue i um, axter Shelton, Jackie S errill, Doris MGDonald, Vickie Woodard. Fourth row: Phyllis Nelms, Anita Petrea, Linda McKnight, Jerry Moss, Larry Neal, Bradley Stroup, Frank Over- cash, Alice Montgomery, Jere Noel, Libby McCommons, Linda Lomax, Beverly Maul- den, Monty Mayes, Eric McKnight, Don Slgughter, Peggy Oliver, Sarah Overcash. Fifth row: Brenda Thompson, Scott Trott, Sheila Leonard, Patricia Williams, Brenda Paige, Jeanie Price, Jo Long, Nancy Nelms, Rita Noel, Frances McCommons. Jane Wil- son, Barbara Sowder, Patricia Staton, Eddie Tyson, Johnny Riddle, Gail Ross. LIBRARY CLUB Aiming to provide a better understanding of how to use the library more conveniently and satisfac- torily are members of the Library Club at Brown High. One period per day is spent by working in the library by each member of the club. Glenda Johnson, Patsy Sherrill, Louise Cashion, Linda Carter, Joyce Phillips, Carol Waldroup, Joyce Mann, Linda Phillips, Marlene Cress, Claudine Adams, Evelyn Bass, Martha Mesimer, Betty Lowder, Connie Helms, Barbara Pless, Miss Mary Wilburn, Adviser. FRENCH CLUB First row: Richard Herrin, Ken- neth Burke, Taska Sikes, Glenda Preslar, Ann Whitaker, Ettie Ruth Hastings, Sandra Miller. Diane Hol- hrooks, Sandra Dwiggins, Glenda Johnson, Martha Mesimer, Sylvia Hoce, Carolyn Russell, Sheila Leon- ard, Shirley Miles, Jackie Sherrill, VVanda Munday, Judy Hudson. Sec- ond row: Jerry Allman, Kirby Rus- sell, Zackie Moore, Tommy Allen, Tyna Coggins, Dianne Huggins, Lin- da Thornburg, Diane Readling, Bar- bara Arrnstrong, Joanne Drolette, Barbara Chapman, Saundra Logan, Saranette Holland, Martha Rutledge, Becky Parker, Sandra Biles, Robin Poplin, Patricia Staton, Judy Davis, Ronnie Keever. Third row: Darrell Melton, Jack llill, Eric McKnight, Linda Stiller, Clotflda VVeddington, Cathy Farabee, Lynda Knight, Nancy Moss, Sallie Caudle, Tobie Barbee, Alice Watson, Cynthia Fletcher, Sara Overcash, Kay Hampton, Janice Her- rin, Mrs. Barnhardt fadviserj, Ray Blaekwelder. Fourth row: Jerry Furr- derburke, Jerry Dcllinger, Betty Deal, Barbara Pless, Margie Harrington, Beckie Lee, Joyce Reid, Jeannie Price, Linda Phillips, Sue Milburn, Libby Mcflommons, George Barrier, Dale Norwood. Fifth row: Jerry Hess, Barry Bostian, Rodney Arm- strong, Jane VVilson, Richard Sellers, Susanne Deal, Kerry Maulden, Jane Moore, Chandler Price. Betty Gail lylorris, Enola Griffin, Pat Overcash, Rachel Cashion, Brenda Paige. Mike Bencfield, Vernon Cleary, Eddie Foil, Steve Hubbard, Dale Norwood. SPEECH CLUB First row: David liiiller, Treasurer: Cynthia Fletcher, Reading Table Cilllifmnrl: Becky Parker, Secretaryg Kaye Boyd, President: Lynn Bonds, Vice-Presidentg Larry Cauble, Social Chairman: Linda Jo Sloop, Constitu- tion Chairman. Seeoml row: Karen Price, Laurna Mitchell, Clarice Bragg, Suzanne Bradley, Barbara Sowder, Brenda Paige, Loneda Benton, Joan Chapman, Linda Griggs, Mary Vir- ginia Martin, Nancy Jordan, Dexter Greene. Third row: Don Goodnight, Wayne Russell, Felix Dry, Mrs, Irene Edwards, Adviser. Every student taking French I or II is welcome to become a member of the French Club which endeavors to familiarize its mem bers with French customs and language by skits and programs. By improving the speaking ability of its members, the Speech Club seeks to build up the school and community it represents It presents opportunities to select, prepare and deliver original speeches The customs, literature, and arts of Spain are studied by members of the Spanish Club. They hope to help promote better relation- ships between the Spanish countries and America. 4 Q I n - 4 A review of the Roman period, the con- tributions they make to civilization that exist even today, and their influence upon modem living are studied and. enjoyed by the Latin Club members at Brown High. at asm nausea ws mg nam czuaenmm SPANISH CLUB First row: Iann Erwin, Tim WVil- liams, President, Becky Hodgens, Vice-President, Bettie Dellinger, Sec- retary, Phyllis Brock, Reporter, Shelia Argo, Lib Duncan, Roy Wyatt. Sep ond row: Rudy Ware, Bonnie Diggs, arles Draper, Barbara Sowder, eggi Murph, Kaye Beaver, Leonard Beaver. Third row: Nancy Koontz, Bonakl McCurdy, Ned Bivens, Laur- na Mitchell, Arm Iarrett, Iilda Teague. Fourth row: Mrs. Vic Cald- well, Adviserg Larry Cauble, Gerald Richardson, Roy Eddleman, Ronald Haskins. Noft pictured: Ann Lowery, Treasurer, Gary Brewer, Willard Christy and Larry Sides. LATIN CLUB First row: Cynthia Hendrix, Bren- da Freeman, Ollie Rollins, Linda. Huie, Lottie Groff, Sandra Good- man, Becky Perry, Kathryn Lizenby, Shirley Yost, Lavon Simpson. Second row: Mary Lou Hawkins, Barbara Boyette, Sara Bumette, Phyllis Cheek, Sylbia Home, Iudy Tumer, Robert Hartsell, Helen Hager. Third row: Linda Henderson, Bonnie Deal, De- loris Ketchie, Peggy Clayton, Don Turner, Monty Mayes, P. O. Greene, Woody VVhite, Bradley Stroup. Fourth row: Eugene Price, Gene Bowers, Dwain Perry, Larry Griffin, Marvin Williams, Robert Campbell. MUNITURS Members of the Monitor's Club aid the school by checking corri- dor passes, directing traffic in the halls during the change of classes, helping to eliminate confusion, and speeding people up to prevent tardies. r Ian Erwin, Sandra Drolette, Grace Gainey, jerry Moss, Don Cagle, Ray Blackwelder, Tana Argo, Secretary, Faye Clampet, Chief, David Miller, CaChiefg Tommy Allen, Treasurer, johnny Barlow, Rudy Ware, Iohnny Gibson, Vicki Griffin, Lynda Knight, Brenda Hall, Cathy Farabee, Phyllis Brock, Carol Scarboro, Naomi Bennett, Brenda Shaver, Sybil Edwards, Phyllis Austin, Joyce Reid, Anita Petrea, Pat Bostian, Gail Bentley, Glenda Haney, Virginia Sin- clair, Linda Deese, Ann Lowery, Norma Sloop, Lauma Mitchell, Sandra Sharpe, Glenda Hall, Iilda Teague, Clotilda Wed- dington, Louise Warren, Mary Ellen Fes- perman, Millicent Dennis, Brenda Beaver, Wilma Waller, Kay Hampton, Janice Her- rin, Zona Creswell, Brenda Paige, Rachel Cashion. Barbara Pless, Gayle Karriker, Kay Fesperman, Linda Kay Thomburg, Colleen Patterson, Priscilla Motes, Barbara johnson, Kaye Beaver, Mrs. Hamrick, Adviser. W 9 F. H. A. Learning how to be better homemakers and better citi- zens is the chief goal of the Future I-lomemakers of America Club members at Brown High. TRLSGIGLUB To promote and develop interest in science, and to provide an outlet or means of expression for those who have interests in either of the three breakdowns of sci- ence, biology, chemistry and physics, is the purpose of the Tri-Sci Club. First row: Sandra Biles, State Reporter, joan Chapman, President, Brenda Steele, Chaplain, Mary Campbell, Secretary, Pat Bostian, Treasurer, Myra Williams, Historian, Alice Watson, Reporterg Linda Kay Shinn, Historian. Second row: Millicent Dennis, Frances McCommons, Peggy Gaddy, Carol Taylor, Robin Poplin, Cynthia Fletcher, Barbara Smith and Virginia Petrea. Third row: Judy Johnson, Erlene Webster, Glenna House, Linda Fisher, Jackie West, and Shelia West. Fourth row: Marlene Cress, Joyce Mann, Mildred Holt, Linda Thompson, and Shirley Foster. i F1rst row Kirby Russell Larry Pickerel Larry Fowler George Oehler Charles Mann Mickey Lmbamer Vemon Cleary Richard Gribble Dickie McKinley Eddie Foil Mike Benfield Roy Eddleman Chandler Pncg Advzser Frank Brown Wayne Adcock Kerry Maulden Charles Brown George Noel, Kyle Goodnight George Barrier Phil Com and William Posey Page N zlnety-one LAB. ASSISTANTS jane Wilson, Ronnie Keever, Margie Harrington, Peggy Oli- ver, Patricia Mann, Dickie Mc- Kinley, Glenda Hall, Alice Watson, johnny Gibson, Gerald Richardson, Frank Caton, Dian Holbrook, John Graham, Duane Childers, R. W. Williams, Chandler Price, George Noel, Larry Neal, Kerry Maulden, Roy Eddleman, Wayne Love, and George King. UFFIGE PAGES Faye Clampet, Mrs. Bostian Zona Creswell, Barbara john son, Leonard Beaver, Sandra Drolette, janyce Beck, M Drummond, Donaline Jordan Linda McKnight, Brenda Thompson, Carole Harrington Linda Kay Thomburg, Peggy Oliver, Kaye Boyd, Sandra Sharpe. FIRST AID ASSISTAIITS Mrs. V. B. Gilmore, Adviser Evelyn Bass, Wilma Waller Brenda Queen, Dianne Hug gins. First row: Miss Funderburke, Wayne Childers, Brenda Beaj ver, Frances Griffin, Phil Lip- pard, Tormny Gaskins, Shirley Hart, and Don Ingle. Second row: Maxine Bonds, Glenda Haney, Saundra Grady, Linda Kaye Boyd, Ann Lowery, Kay Brown, Phyllis Austin, Earline Honbarrier, Margaret Smith, Linda Deese, Carolyn Vinson and Martha McLain. Third row: Jenny Dee Fowler, Grace Gai- ney, Kay Fesperman, Joyce Sweatt, Charles Thrasher, John- ny Petrea, Teddy Canup, Rod- ger Carter, Wayne Dayvault, Jimmy Price, and Harold Vaughn. Fourth row: Larry Hamilton, Charles Jones, Gary Carlton, Jerry Hurst, Armenia Goodnight, Willard Christy, James Hargett, Dennis Lacey, Randall Beaver and Kenneth Brewer. First row: Jack Brown, Jeff Marshall, Roy Mason, Douglas Perry, James King, Wayne Frick, Eugene Absher. Second row: Jimmy Beck, Johnny Dan- iel, Billy Snipes, Reginald Bal- lard, Phil Allen, Kenneth Mont- gomery, Ned Bivens, Michael Lowder, Jerry Isenhower, Tim Williams. Third row: Albert Miller, Larry Marlow, J. T. Donaldson, Gary Brewer, Bill Self, Kenneth Wallace, John- ny Krimminger, Buddy Temple- ton, Joel Johnson, Herbert Fisher. F. T. A. First row: Phyllis Brock, Joyce Jordan, Cynthia Fletcher, and Barbara Johnson. Second row: Linda Thornburg, Linda Lo- max, Tobie Barbee, Sylvia Hoce, Barbara Sowder, Barbara Chap- man, Linda Jo Sloop and Julia Clarke. SIGMA TRI-HI-Y First row: Gail Bentley, Robin Poplin, Sallie Caudle, Becky Parker, Lib Duncan, Jo Long, Nancy Nelms, Saundra Miller, Prebble Crowell. Sec- ond row: Saranette Holland, Hggy Lee, Suzanne Deal, Jane Moore, Anita Petrea, Olivia Fink, Gloria Sechler, Jean Kerley, Dian Holbrooks, Linda Knight. Third row: Linda Phillips, Millicent Shepherd, Wanda Mundy, Myra King, Cathy Farabee, Peggie Murph, Gail Karriker, Neldia Over- cash, Kay Hampton, Sylvia Hoce, Cynthia Fletcher. Fourth row: Saun- dra Logan, Carolyn Clark, Becky Meacham, Kay Beaver, Rita Bamard, Carolyn Russell, Sue Milbum, Mar- tha Rutledge, Sara Overcash, Janice Herrin, Phyllis' Brock, Barbara Sow- der. KAPPA TRI-HI-Y First row: Virginia Sinclair, Carole Harrington, Chaplain, Tana Argo, Vice-Presrkientg Linda Thomburg, Pres- identg Becky Hodgens, Secretaryg Betty Deal, Treasurer, Louise Cashion, Bon- nie Diggs. Second row: Jenny Fowler, Glenda Haney, Kay Fespemlan, Gail Ross, Glenda Johnson, Judy Bames, Betty Ann Laws, Judy Goodman, Nancy Koontz. Third row: Millicent Dennis, Ann Jarrett, Ann Lowery, Brenda Thompson, Phyllis Hall, Jane Wilson, Lauma Mitchell, Phyllis Nelms, Frances McCommons. Fourth row: Julia Clarke, Linda Cooke, Linda Hill, Jean Avant, Glenna Goodson, Margaret Fisher. DELTA TRI-HI-Y First row: Taska Sikes, Clarice Bragg, Carol Brown, Sandra Goodman, Mary Lou Hawkins, Linda Beam, Nancy Moss, Judy Tumer, Phyllis Williams, Dianne Huggins, Joyce Reid, and Judy Davis. Second row: Glenda Pres- lar, Linda Home, Betty David, Linda Henderson, Linda Griggs, Linda Dar- nell, Suzanne Bradley, Jackie Sherrill, and Judy Hudson. Third row: Bea Ballard, Karen Price, Diane Readling, Jeannie Hooper, San- dra Council, Rebecca Perry, Charlotte Crenshaw, Patricia Staton, Bonnie Deal, Betty Isenhour, Tyna Coggins, Joyce Davis, and Myra Atkinson. Fourth row: Jere Noel, Cookie Alex- ander, Linda Ragan, Alice Montgom- ery, Jenny Brothers, Elaine McCombs, Cookie Ketchie, Libby McCommons, lane ' SENIUR HI-Y First row: George Noel, Jimmy Sloop, Don Honeycutt, Larry Neal, R. W. Williams, Kerry Maulden, Leonard Beaver, Ronald Haskins. Second row: Don Goodnight, Kenneth Upright, W. Campbell, Frank Overcash, John Graham, George King, Frank Caton. Third row: Roy Eddleman, Richard Sellers, Clarence Horton, Gerald Rich- ardson, Wayne Pennell, Rodney Arm- strong, Dicky McKinley. I SUPHOMDRE HI-Y First row: Cara Holbrook, Michael Osborne, Henry Eller, Jerry Rogers, Alvin Moore, Charles Miller, Monty Mayes, P. O. Greene, and Dwain Perry. Second row: Leon Richardson, Jerry Hicks, Robert Hudson, Vemon Morris, Michael Critz, and Robert Hartsell, Jr. Third row: Don Eagle, Jackie Smith, Terry Watts, Baxter Shelton, Don Tumer, and Marvin Williams. Fourth row: Jerry Sloop, Bradley Stroup, Scott Trott, Bobby Hill, Billy Perry, Ted Williams. Fifth row: Michael Garver, Wayne McClan- non, Jimmy Dayvault, and Jimmy Sorrell. Not pictured: Buddy Marlin, Mike Yorke, Arthur Barrier, Charles Moose, Ray Adcock, and Billy Bond. JUNIOR HI-Y First row: Rudy Ware, Johnny Gib- son, Ronnie Glosson, Jimmy Woodard, Johnny Davis, Tommy Allen, Johnny Riddle. Second row: Dale Norwood, Larry Sides, Tommy Hammett, Wayne Love, Woody Safrit, Roger Gilliam, Paul Athanalos. Third row: Larry Crumbley, Larry Marlciw, Don Slaugh- ter, Johnny Barlow, Eddie Tyson, Marion Boggs, Don Cagle. Fourth row: Chippy Logan, Chandler Price, Ronald McCurd'y5 Larry Dancy, Tommy Bar- nnger. , , ,, ,,,,,,,, ,, ,. ui.. , ,,,. , ,I. .. . QQ v MUNUGRAM CLUB First row: Bill Cannon, Henry Eller, johnny Davis, Alvin Moore, Don Honeycutt, Danny Little, Larry Neal, Larry James. Second row: George Noel, Ronald Haskins, Marvin Query, Ronnie Hampton, Kenneth Upright, Ronnie Glosson, Larry Walker, Gene Smith, R. W. Wil- liams. Third row: Johnny Riddle, Kerry Maulden, Johnny Gibson, Gail Compton, Gary Wil- liams, Woodie Safrit, George Kiser. Fourth row: Don Goodnight, Jerry Moss, Buddy Huggins, Leonard Beaver, Marvin Benton. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSUGIA First row: Kay Hampton, Janice Herrin, Zona Creswell, Point Recorderg Doris Waller, Secretary, Rachel Cashion, Chaplain, Brenda Thompson, Treasurer, Gail Ross, Presuilentg Barbara Fullam, Myra King, Bea Ballard, Vicki Woodard, and Carol Brown. Second row: Faye McVVhorter, Tana Argo, Rita Noel, Margie Harrington, Kaye McWhorter, Carolyn Deal, Sheila Leonard, Linda Phillips, Cookie Alexander, Brenda Steele, Linda Griggs, Betty Deal, Becky Perry, and jane Bullock. Third row: Judy Goodman, Ann Jarrett, Gayle Karriker, Sue Milbum, Lynda Huff- man, Ian Nixon, Kaye Beaver, Dianne Huggins, Phyllis Austin, and Virginia Sinclair. Not pictured: Ann Lowery. Tl0N PARADE 0F STARS Page N inety-sev COACHES Outstanding as coaches at Brown High this year were Ed Edmistoh, Dan Ham- rick, and Vic Caldwell. Under their leadership and guidance, the 1957-58 season was one of the best for sports at Brown. Edmiston leads the football and girls' basketball teams and is also assistant baseball coach. Hamrick is the assistant football coach and also heads the boys' basketball and baseball teams. Caldwell coaches the Junior Varsity teams and is turning out future Varsity players. Other duties than those of coaching are also required of the coaches. Mr. Edmis- ton is the physical education teacher at Cannon Junior High. Mr. Hamrick is the driver's education director and general science teacher at Brown and also the dean of boys. Coach Caldwell teaches at Cannon Junior High. Coach Vic Caldwell e on 9 ,hlsl CHEERLEADERS 0 l -1 ll E' 1' QWTF? N Eg. - A vga ,ff ' ' rf 1 rf , k -5-1.33. 5- an y I U . f., . 'fx V .,, I -' gr, A l ggg 1? . 2 ,mba ' . X , Ettie Ruth Hastings ' 3 ,,.. L. f ..--6f fy, '- f--.,, .V- W wwf., fn 4:'1'Z,.xL f Q' ..1, Eddie Tyson , 4 Q 1 ,AT -,QR 51,524 r EQ, Don Slaughter 1, Glenna Goodson li johnny Barlow l no .aw fi' ff wig:-izpfa f Larry Cauble, Chief ' Brenda Beaver Page N inety-nine xx ' I G 4 Q w s G 1 fi fs + x i L W SQ all 'it .K , :f. ,Qs1w,:':: - Marvin Benton, End Ronald Haskins, Tackle iii . Mawm Quay Back Leonard Beaver, End Don Goodnight, Center Larry Neal, Back Q . Q 59' 4 .V 1 Km f V ,H R. W. Williams, Center 1 Rodney Armstrong, Guard Ronnie Glosson, Tackle Bill Cannon, Back Glenn Compton, Guard Jerry Moss, End Ronnie Hampton, Back W , A ,rf i .Rim -..r FUUTBALL 1957 First row: Ronald Haskins, Bill Gannon, Ron- nie I-lampton, Ien'y Moss, Ronnie Glosson, Glenn Compton, Don Goodnight, Leonard Bea- ver, Larry Walker, Marvin Benton, Larry Neal. Second row: Ray Adcock, George Kiser, Marvin Query, Rodney Armstrong, Richard Armstrong, Eugene Smith, Woody Safriet, Kenneth Mont- Selected on the basis of outstanding ability and performance on the gridiron were this year's Little Wonder GcrGap- tains, Jerry Moss, Larry Neal, and Don Goodnight. Under the leadership of Goaches Edmiston and Hamrick, the Little Wonders turned in a stellar per- formance'to wind up the season with a 6-2-2. record. Surprising to opponents was their change and adeptness in the single wing used alternately with the regular T-formation. lp. gomery, R. W. Williams, Gene Mullinax, Gary Williams. Third row: Danny Little, Gail Gomp- ton, Wayne Dayvault, Allan Wilson, Iohn Gra- ham, johnny Gibson, Iohnny Davis, Ierry Griffin, Scott Trott, Lavon Benton, Henry Eller, jerry Beam, and Alvin Moore. S E 1 Pu! New e Queen zigzag' spedaior hun befme Mfg flows Uren d Sl' . U Goodhighrfrnm gs'-Zve, re . C . Us cour, ,Qpfoih xlles aolfg all On. n on the s. R mfg? The ,ov ely on Phe fielgponmrs are es ' c CUM erred Miss Brenda Beaver reigns as Homecoming Queen ai the game with Winecoff. e is Crown c55- JerfY M ed by co .Cupmm yn, . , X K N, x N , Buddy Huggins Don Goodnight gg. 59 ,,, '.2i7:' IIIIOH n Q --:swf.,,. -: -4.1-W. . Wayne Hubbard First row: Ronnie Hampton, George Kiser, jerry Hicks, Billy Cannon, Leon Richardson, and Coach Hamrick. Second row: Ronnie Glosson, Benny Julian, Johnny Riddle, Jerry Moss, Don Goodnight, Buddy Huggins, and Tommy Barringer. BASKETBALL -,Brown High seems almost sure of another championship basketball team for the 1958 season. They have won their first five basketball games to put them on top in the South Piedmont Conference race. Two of their toughest rivals, Concord and Landis, have al- ready been beaten. With a wide-spread scoring ability and a hustling defense capable of bot- tling up their opponents at crucial mo- ments in the game, the Wonders are favored to go all the way, turning aside all comers. BUDDY I-Iuccms, Captain Come to Papa' guns Don- Talk to hum, Buddy. Huggins sf 90,3 Q ,ip mm wwe -Le for Mass' Jerri' c U P701-es q rebound 'T Vicki Woodard Guard lib Duncan Guard mf Carol Scarboro .,-7,-rv. -Z.----YE' ig 5 z, 1 3 ,fx iw Mildred Alexander Forward Guard Jane Bullock Forward Substitutes Doris Waller, Libby McCommons, Mary Lou Hawkins, Pat Sfafon, Jan Nixon, linda Griggs Jana Dayvault, and Shelia Argo. mkmaag- . . Phyllis Hollar Brando Thompson Guard Forward Y Xa if f X: lm W 4 X B A an gs. HW? f ggi .. K ,Z E? ? 5 ,4, . K M. 1 mr Q sf 5 P k - ff :EW ww .w T, ,Ma Q. Uris, g -f'A - -L - 'L , ?3'339w' ' ' 11f,zMJ' t . W 2 'Q ' 4785. NJ: - ,lf ' Y ' . Z f .Q , ' f A , - N ,, g.Qjx E .-4-fflff wzfflzwiw , 2 , Q .1 , Bggp, Beep, l'm coming jhrough. Oh no. 10 d ! suwvv-'im' gd' Jan. I0-Concord Jan. I5-China Grove Jan. I7-Albemarle Jan. 21-Winecoff Jan. 24-Mooresville Jan. 28-Monroe Jan. 31-Landis SCHEDULE Thompson ju mps for 2 Feb. I8-Moeresville 'N I .- 0 v 3 Feb. 4-Cbneord Feb. 73Chga drive Feb. 'Il-elbemallef 'T Feb. I4-Winecoff 3 Feb. 21-Monrolhl 4 Fab. 25-Landis 10 - K Alb emdflg on Ph e rebound. Q' ' 'LL' Q nr, I' x Y ' Tim , , Y 4 ff L ir u .Q Wu' ma, 5, ' - Q- x i ' , . ' 1 me - . Q , - w, A . Q ff 'L ,Q 'P' 0 i .-J ' pf I i ' I-I.. V Q' I J M C Hofflirgg U . I 'x x RQ! MEN F QR on R Ulf gg gn, gulf glillye V X-lj :A, 1, 4, R -1 K by 3 mf 'kde-8: J g s t V V' ay First row: Bill Gannon, Kenneth Upright, jerry Griffin, R. W. Williams, B A S E B A L I- Don Honeycutt, Marvin Query, Larry Neal, Larry james, and jerry Hess. Second row: Coach Dan Hamrick, Danny Bost, Wayne Hubbard, Johnny Riddle, Flavel Smith, Jerry Moss, Buddy Huggins, Larry Fowler, Gene Mullinax, and Eugene Smith. 'I' R A c K George Noel, Kenneth Edwards, Melvin Rape, Eugene Massey, Conrad Sloop, Kenneth Duncan, and Kerry Maulden. Home-run?'? A Grounder fo Bosf, QQ' 'Y X... x -, 1 Nshode' U we L'-'lsr buf not JA ' lefls r, Sf LL new' .J n Roddxun s'-N ,Q-,I N -'f gg 'xig A , .W H, A ,A I Babe Ruth Homric .. 'L LL ,. A W M N k. A Downrighf good pitch. 1:5 'M U J ' , 1 ii? ' YJ- -! PUBLIQITY MEN... ,Wi 1 ' X. K L ' L 1' V - -f L Page One Hundred Eleven XML. , f Bloom '9 We Q ln The Gg0SS Romeo, 0 Romeo Llffle Bo Pe en L05 McGraw ond Friend ToothlesS Hook' Thfee L Th - . S L err Mmms ost A-Betty Deal B-Kaye Boyd C-Richard Sellers D-Linda lo Sloop E-Marvin and R. me ef-We . O rttle K :He W Seve rJ e W. Williams F-Roy Mason G-lane Wilson ,W Miss L0 Miss HQIIQ' Bo Y H-Betty Laws, Peggy Oliver, Linda McKnight I-Betty Laws I-Beckie Lee A C ON GRA T ULA TIONS AND BEA' T WISHES CANNON CANNON MILLS COMPANY KANNAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA, U. S. A. 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Dial 2-0111 Page One Hundred Fourtee MW 45 WM ' 1 ' vb ff AY MMM! , ,ff GHAT l!9,1JnUNMQv,,jw1fw,ifV,, 1 T e raua sof' -411 ' ff , aj T8 x1g'fvi3fpQe'ffjfWVw , W 1 1 1 JS ,- A! - is 1 My S, A ANNAPO E 5,1 0R,H W YW,He.,.,.,..r , 3 1 11 2011 O , W'J 1 fm'f We ANNA L OR 'I he 1 r Aj id fn A , 1 'V 7 I I ' 'fn 7 I f A , I, 11 , ,r 4 Ml f 'll ,ff o I O 'ck M'k Q4 5 ,' I V .H ,AQQD A I Congratulationi toffthe-SenioriXT5f-the Q, O aes V 3 f CTEES oTi58 3, O an p' li . - n'-5 of . I fp ' v -- . F 'Z 5 7' BHI1' f srmzre ' 1 5 I O O ' - 5 , M 1 X11 2 6 ' ' N . V , I P. env' Q u H,:w7M.g O oQ5:22X YI .1 , 4 ' 1' ' 5 1 - 'E' c RE AM ANDY' 'fff I Lv -f s VILL I '27 'K VA.. , , J BHIYS l1l1I11iH111 X ROWAN DAIRY BAR ' K ,J ' , Phone 2177 W' I qv, 'V- Open Daily 11:00 A.M. to 9g00 P.M. ' , ti Sundays-12 NOOI1 to 9200 PM- KANNAPOLIS NORTH CAROLINA Je ' C BI d Jackso P k ' .1 Q X Ph 8751 I ' ' I' Page One Hundred Fifteen Q if vi . iff--t X ' 1 . I Ja.- X ,X , i if DANlEl'S BER TYGQ-IOP 4 X I mf , A!! lee KluttzfPiano 'Co. -L I New and Rehuilf-Pianos Electric grgans A., 1-f for Fine Pianos At Lower Prices Centerviehvf Piolrieflf-F133 'F J - f Q-Ha , 4 val Road' ' x fe f Con D ns, iorsl P ' lc M F Co 1 tw, fl iiif if l 4 o th om ig O KANN Ll ,f ' 1' 1 l 'Phor1e'5llQ Pjwdwa L E l. xl v Jhylof u erkyjh 'hi VU rig ulbs-Feed-See i F rtilize lants-yPoultry Supplies i Baby 'hicks 834 S. ain Street Kannapolis, N. C. R Dial 8241 l . fi D Jackson falrlvfSupply J Company VU-yd, ertson Ftftilizer-Asgrow' Seeds Purina Fee-iz-Baby Chicks H d I . . . arB g Materials hone 2-4126 4 Cannon Blvd 2779? , rf- A44 wlnscofrs cnocm Choice Meats-Frozen Foods Fresh Vegetables We Deliver N, 4 NNAPllllS BAKERY OWGOLDEN CRUST BREAD TASTY CAKES SUNlA'S QU Telephone 5676 K::.i::,2:'ie.:..2e S M . WIDENHQUQEET C9 uf ER W Ih .Z ' V S riiing you is ur pleasure , . S. KoY5VIl6 ' lbul' Bag' b'?fN,o. Bjfgfgfb all s. Main sr. X fmnglgvss Q Te'eP 0 X31 2372' ' yi Q73 F ff .1 U .F ' '?Z6'tfl Ro, CAROLINA NWLIS N c Page One Hundred Sixteen lv A N 1,1 Z C2255 ,eye M6 dj dwg, C I pz:Lwn'2zMl75efIJwL ZQWC G -5 JOMRMEQV KEROSENE AND FUEL OIL ,dcjlfnef fr! 14 ry I A ow if if f ' f ML I L 1 rl ,gl mx, 141.1514 A!.4 I -'l.A' f ML BE s ob J iw' Zz 9 2 jC GR If ' dfybx Aj - ' Y, I 4 uk freer , Q 120 NorthM' I I Mau ,4 gf M44 .5 N C GR LA I . f' , ' ' ,I L49 L f! A 17 ' I ' on . Q 1 .1 I .f '. . I fl . I Mlllflhffl' 1 zzz IfI 'ff 1 l ar!!! ,4 0 1' ' .A--1-1-if f: A , I X fw f ewer E If ,E, ww 'I 1 T .1 al' I Z' rf ' EL flviy Quality Mer n ' .W K 1 ' KEI-Io ESE I E got I 'It I egg, ' 'wth e A I S CONCO 1 W f .,,I,4gfq4pf7 5 Af- , I P e2765l , . ' 7 , A I I. A A-A-A . V A :..' . ' XigiLmN:p4A7:3 ZX? 1 MM'-'12 1. SE ARS AT - A- AN My . A Om UUIQUS Og 4,56 S I J' yi ,144 A: ., A ,, JA' E35 ., h I , Q-QM 'rpg I-Elk L of Jo fli-1,1 dl iff gks-imc E I: I RU 3 1 ' cnnon v . annapo is, . . fi ,XML D f Y fx Ax . Q I Dial 2-8662 1 2' 1 fx: Q N J9k QWU LW-5 -J-. , 5 1,1 XA 1.14.2 I LIMIT .41 . .,L,Q9 VM ,f f ll . L 'fxx Cuyxk, xx , . I f .' . Y L 4 3 XJX-.4 A A 'Wm 5 5520? W .-!'lIll'S CLOTHING stun: -A ' 4 GOT fi hosuer or e h .D If AW f LMENMASHION CENTER' ' a? I tlre famlly one 5191 ' EZVLUV dw 92' I 5 J Page One Hundred Seventee v 1 , . WW 1 o - - ' lIVfRMAN'S Esso snzvlcr amofcfw .4 hi-lqpoy Motor' g Starts At The SO S Ol? ' , P In h. 'ESSO'STANDARD PR CTS Mx VI ' HQO North Cannon Boulevo-ro Phone 2-0686 ' - Rufus Livermhlrh Prop n 4 l . u , 1 1 wmmune-rnLL5,0 w N 4 L 4' J E LU E L E R 5 ' 113 S. Main St. I Convenient Terms P g 'tl . Phone 276161 ,af WI, ' Vw . :H ' f' - -CA M , lf QUERY BRDITIYQ-RS ' gw ' Wants Woke gf' J if 060572 South QM' reet ,fy Ap!!! jj x 'H I1 :KannoywoIis, N. C. JS A X r , 1 , A ,. , in M Congrtgjbaiions' to Fh'?Ct9e?of 4158 t 0 . il, I Q, .ij J, ' .5 , ri A gh UV Mi, We Wire Flowers Anywhere , Sunshine laundry 8. Cleaners my, kj , o- M V HTH! Fl0WER SHO , MPW ff m 1wi.f1:si2Li,iiiffPf.,.. ' , ion, ' 'PP 2 Da : Dia 76 x lair rn ' i5357 ' zo . V if he yffhron commw at . r R c o. ,nk 6,53 e1eph A 2261 P. o. Box s yr 105 ,, am KANNAPOLIS, N. c. K U C jx P QS 'P ' ' 1 ,W BUICK W - 5 U P g o H L1 4 Egh QP! ' , , n ' fi if Ny fi ww it , I ll and o Comhuny S Y J N iz. M. EFIRDT T ll i Real 'Estate-Building Contractor K l wel i Cl0.l' ' gn l- ssase, lfad Building Supplies xy alld all km f erchandlse ' Everything To Build With 3 T' U Phone: Ml G ' l ly Residence: lZ02 Central Dr., Phone 42-6681 xv' wif KA T AP 5 'fn' Shop: Ruth Ave., Phone 2-6131 Y .N xXxXAyu1llIll1l11,,,0! c nm F Tun co. S 2, to Ridge Ave. WI FQRD 5 B yon Tyson , Phone 7562 . Jwegm ol ,4,.,.A4. 114'-f-f. Tf 'T'? 123 South Main Street 7,415 fp fziuff -f'.V.'Z 7, E 'l . .1 . ,.,, L 4. Y ' . . df ofa J hw 2 , el-W mms soorm X i 3 I, 4 ,J . 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SECHLER ' 'Service Station Where You Alweys Get The Best Gulf Products-Road Service Centerview-.Dial W6Sf Fil'Sf Sf. PIIOIIE ' t , KANNAPOLIS, N. c. THE llN0lEUM SHOP Look at our floors-others do JACKSON PARK GROCERY P A GBOCLSRIESQMEATS-PRODUCE p M M be L p ?'?arSeIf or be served J-if Phone 7231 bl fpP 'LQil-Baptjiugi phgne 8641, Jackson Par Cannon BlvdQannapolis, N. C. 1 -f C X , X R 1 K. ffm of Towel City Tgydf C ny If 4 mn nav CLEANERS visa: o f S r I CAN 'row , SH S s, LAX, 1 AND 7 QU! yi 108 Wegt Avenue C ju' S ,H Green Stamps ' N , me 1 vi?Wejcv0i5r vip. vfqjwllfserv X fri Lyqtcigr HINISLE FAB W C if S in ff vi rmond Wiles owner A Phone 360. 1 4 d f ff? 2' in fffiiffvi flfi ' S . f ,W one ' 0 RT iiia Nfififin f , 202-204, A ZVO xii! K On The Square , , f ' You'II like our p raifts'i fx P 2 One Hundred Twen AK A ' MM! 5 . -. j3?T,owuL 55 if Rifjjxvfgfvfdfijhljy Km Ge M M! nv-ii, mm. g7'9WQi4iiiifi'j-2141 ' 19 of V 'GLM X Jw 1 PM .fu We Loefmifg, lncqqvk L iw' XV! 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MJ ,V N Tsai-ze lgsvi, i j- !W,st A Street f ,gjjx y dzrtn he 4 fx june 2 MJL, 4 6 f 2676 6 6 X ,N Qtr!-6 rfyy ' H ! l V 1 Vg 6,-' 1 A f 5V g6 ?fJfL 61v6 !,fjMlllS Fl0RIST ya! ,OE D fu WW If AI'-fl 'IO9 N. Main Street f ' img F r amil I Phone 2229 5 My 66 66 666 if W W fl-If s OLINA lj I V y III mom s sron P61 I d fr 'l0t fW DI247 1: Ill llrq V, fjlvl y LATE' ' I I 6 ,, I I I ' A . Climgp LA 61 IO . ' 5 Coon THINGS T0 E 6 0 1 f' f ' mo 2:6 cn 5 Cannon Boulevar h Sifeet . ia 2 P O H d d T - h .,..,. Y . f..HY Y. . Qimffflmww LQks,om S539 I Mm Iimvw AJNQQJW-YMI1A7l -Qsqvx dkkcxll cwu. U-NIMLJ., lako.Ar-Qu J LJ -uc J-Dlx: UNSILJT ,yi swam, 7' fm ' vPaw+.QJc1MecLg'r-, ' fx, 1.0 'LLCl.fgJX-, WEMLW Qfmw-FJ 1958 Cm A ' :JM aug? Al AJ A. AGN RXC0. - if C i F. l. Smith Drug Company f ' '- X QQ ' A The Rexall Store A! ' we APFRe2!l,ei5f1'46UR PATRONAGE f . 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