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

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wPij . Joyce Earley ALBROKAN Editor Eddie Rumsey BROWN BEAT Editor Betty Deane Pate Business Manager Mrs. Denford H. Oxendine Faculty Advisor 3 3083 00349 2243 After considering the foct that our life at Brown High is made up of so many elements, the 1963 ALBROKAN staff chose " Facets of 1963 " as a theme. We strive herein ... to emphasize these various facets of student growth . . . not only in scientific knowledge and physical strength . . . but in strength of character, in wisdom, and in a deeper understanding of ourselves and our fellow students. Finally, as a reminder, we point to graduation . . . a goal attained after years of hard work and tireless effort . . . and one that leads to a future whose brightness depends on you, the STUDENT and major facet of life at B. H. S.! Tailback Harry Greene breaks from defenders during rival game with Concord Spiders. Wonder efforts failed in the clash and took a loss of 6-0. Despite the defensive efforts of two Odell defenders, Betty ' Simmons breaks free under the basket to net another Wonderette score page four Twirling fire became one of the half-time favorites. The majorettes formed very beautiful patterns in the dark to the rhythm of many tunes. Flashy buttons, snow-white plumes, and big smiles adorned members of the A L. Brown High Marching Band as they proudly wore their new uniforms for the first time in the Christmas parade. B. H. S. is more than learning equations . . . sentence structure ... or science projects. It is beyond enjoying ball games . . . dances ... or social activities. Our life is a series of facets that broaden our scope of knowledge; it is years in which we mature, preparing ourselves for the future that lies ahead. organization page twenty-one page six participation page sixty-one competition page eighty-five recognition page ninety-nine page seven Magazines and newspapers are included in the Calories are forgotten here as teachers and their families enjoy a library to provide educational time-fillers for the hearty meal at the P.T.A. picnic. students. STUDENTS . . . the major facet at Brown . . . some shining Many students turned out and waited for the annual homecoming ac- tivities at halftime. The game this year was played with Thomasville. page eight One of the back doors of the school has become the main door of entrances and exits for students before and after school. Students make wise use of study hall period in which they catch up on homework and often go to the library for reference work. more brightly as they strive for polished perfection Key Club Chorus sings " Pomp and Circumstance " for mock graduation. The physical education building becomes a fa- miliar sight to those who engage in physical education activities, and to many who enjoy home basketball games and wrestling matches. page nine each contributing to th Smiling faces, gleaming eyes, and friendly hellos . . . the first facet which sparkled to begin our new year at Brown. To the seniors, the sparkle was something that they had seen be- fore, only now it was the chance of their life to polish it is perfection. Juniors had had occasion to glimpse the sparkle, and the beginning of this year was their chance to make it bigger than ever. Sophomores were not used to this; but it took very few weeks for them to realize that they, too, had a part in the facets at Brown, and that they were carving the gem of their class for the past, present, and untold future. Busses are an important part in the life of many Brown High students who depend on them for transportation to school and back home in the afternoon. Mr, Chester Misenheimer helps students in choosing a col- lege by showing them information, suggesting occupations, and telling them their best qualifications. splendor of a life that is uniquely his own Carolyn Chastine appearing in the Senior Follies sings a warning to the student body, Santa Claus Is Coming to Town. page eleven Pep meetings boost spirit for the oncoming football games Elements of school spirit add sparkle to our year! Mikey Cauble, student body president, congratulates Angelus Chambers with a kiss just after she was crowned Homecoming Queen in pre-game ceremonies. mar DEDICATION A man of simplicity, yet full of life, Devoting himself to his profession, always willing to help others, directly or indirectly, Making his own way through life, Setting a pattern for others, his family, and everyone who knows him, A family man, teacher, advisor, and one who is remembered for his tactful ways and loyal service, We, the annual staff, dedicate this 1963 Albrokan to Mr. Elmer L. Poole. Mr. Elmer L. Poole page fourteen ADMINISTRATION page sixteen FACULTY Mr. Roy D. Boone DEAN OF BOYS A.B., Catawba College Government, Sociology, Economics, U. S. History Miss Frances Bounds A. B., Lenoir Rhyne Algebra II, Geometry, T rigonometry Mrs. Virginia Caldwell B. S., AS.T.C. Spanish I, II Mrs. Sally Casstevens BS„ M A„ W.C.U.N C. Home Economics I, II Mrs. Betty Cauble B S , AS.T.C. Librarian Mr. Doug Chalk A B , Catawba College U. S. History, Physical Education Mr. Frank Crainshaw Professor Vocational Shop Sheet Metal Vocational Courses Mrs. Mary Alice Cross A B , Lenoir Rhyne Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Typing Mrs. Irene Edwards A B, W.C.U.N.C. English II, IV; Speech Miss Mary Alice Elliott A B , WC.U.N.C. M.A., U N.C. U. S. History, World History Mr. Robert Ely B.S., A ST C. Math, Orientation Mr. Clarence C. Freeman, Jr. B.S., High Point College Biology Mr. Carl Gaskey A.B., Catawba College M A , A S.T.C. DE I, II Mrs. Rebecca Gilmore DEAN OF GIRLS A.B., Greensboro College Orientation, Banking M iss Loraine Gray A.B., W.C.U.N.C. M.A., Columbia University English IV - page seventeen FACULTY Mrs. Sara Hamrick A. B., Lenoir Rhyne Typing, Duplicating Mr. Curtis Helms M A, Catawba, A.S.T.C. Shorthand I, Typing I, Bookkeeping Mr. Harold Holbrook B. S., Duke University Electronics Mr. James Lamb B S„ N C State Industrial Arts Mrs. Ann Lancaster A.B., Salem College Art Mr. Ray Lancaster BA, Pfeiffer English III Mr. Th omas Linn B.S., M A , AS.T.C. Chemistry, Physics, General Science, Algebra M iss Elizabeth McMurray A B., Columbia Bible College Bible I. II Mrs. Joyce Middleton B.S., Western Carolina College French I, II Mr Chester Misenheimer A B , Catawba College MA, UN C. Guidance Counselor Mrs. Bess H. Oxendine B.A., Berea College English II, Journalism, Staff Mr. Delmas Petrea A B., Pfeiffer College M E D , U N C. Algebra II, Geometry, Solid Geometry, Trigonometry Mr. Elmer L. Poole A B., Catawba College Biology Mr. Ralph Powell AS.TC. General Science, Biology Mrs. Amelia Propst A B , Lander College Biology page eighteen FACULTY Mrs. Nelda Riggs B.S., M A , A S.T.C. Language Arts Mr. Jim Rodgers A.B., Catawba College English II Mr. Harvey Turner AB , A.ST.C. Music Education, Shenandoah Conservatory of Music Band Mrs. Laura Van Poole A B , W.C.U.N.C. U S. History Mr. Bill Watts A B , Lenoir Rhyne Physical Education Miss Jane Ann Watts A.B., Pfeiffer College English II, Language Arts Mrs. Eileen Whitmire A.B., Winthrop College English III Mr. Robert Withrow B.S., A. S.T.C. Psychology, Government Current Events Mrs. Janie Yates B.A., High Point College English II, III, Dramatics Mrs. Mabel Huffman Dietician Lewis Training School Not Pictured: Miss Alice Purcell B.M., M.A., Columbia University Mixed Chorus page nineteen . CUSTODIANS Front: Alma Blackmon, Lucille Gibson Back: Melvin Hopper, James Brown Plant, cultivate, and harvest these words, an apt reminder cf our scholastic purpose are painted in murals on the cafeteria walls. page twenty V i 1962 COMMENCEMENT MARSHALS L. to R. Alfreda Hardin, Yvonne Crumbley. row 1: Susie Cowan, Rosemary Sills, Alice Stroup, row 3 Junior Cranford, Guy Hatley, Jane Smith, chief; row 2: Sylvia Kobulnicky, Shirley Daniel, Carolyn Mitchell, Terry Ridenhour, Steven Sloop. SENIOR CLASS 1963 Juniors and seniors chatted, danced, and dined at the junior-senior " Oriental Paradise " in the spring of 1962. Many facets were chipped and polished to make our best years the most memorable. We remember as the most outstanding of our sophomore year all of the biology classes and labs, and selling peanuts at the games. From our junior year we remember Washington, our first junior-senior, class rings, and for many the district festivals. As seniors, it was hard to believe this would be our last year at Brown. We ' ll never forget selling hotdogs, elections, dances, pep meet- ings, plays, and the advice given to us at class meetings. page twenty-two SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS L. to R.: Terry Ridenhour, president; Becky McLeod, secre- lain; Brenda Dayvault, treasurer; Carolyn Mitchell, historian, tary; Richard Cline, vice-president; Shirley Daniel, chap- Tony Adams Robert Earl Alley Kay Frances Alexander Anita Gayle Ashley Grady Thomas Allen Linda Marie Auten Robert Lee Allen, Jr. Douglas Lee Barger Rebecca Jane Barnard Linda Elizabeth Barnes Ralph Felker Barnhardt Ray Eugene Barnhardt Tony Barnhardt SENIOR CLASS Cheerleaders urge on school spirit during " Concord Week ' Earnest Dean Beck Sandra Jane Brantley Michael Richard Beverage Mary Ann Brigman page twenty-four Billy Barrett Mitchell Wayne Baucom Charles Larry Baxter Sharon Rebecca Beasley Dwight Edward Black Marilyn Faye Brindle Patsy Honeycutt Black Sandra Kay Brooks Judy Elaine Blalock Betty Ann Brown Stephen Graham Boggs James Douglas Brown Ethel Elizabeth Bradshaw Tommy Brown page twenty- five Jo Angelus Chambers Ross Coile Gary Ray Chapman Peggy Jean Compton Carolyn Dale Chastine Brenda Sue Connelly Emma Sue Cheek Susie Cowan Maxine Childers Fletcher Forbis Cranford, Jr. page twenty-six Betty Jo Clark David Brown Crawford Richard Charles Cline Glenda Yvonne Crumbley Bobby Clayton Beverly Dancy Mick Cobb Shirley Marie Daniel page twenty-seven I Brenda Ann Dayvault Ernie Eugene Deal Steven Lee Deal )anet llene DeMarcus Judith Rebecca DeMarcus Joyce Ann Earley Sandra Fortson Barbara Earnhardt Howard A. Foster Rondal Ford Eller Regina Corene Eubanks Nancy Lee Fox Harvey Dean Freeman page twenty-eight Mary Ann DeMarcus Julia Ann Dove Suretta Paulette Duncan Larry Wayne Dunn SENIOR CLASS Versatile -students turn cook and hot dog vender for the annual senior football concession. Janice Leola Foil Joyce Frye Lynda Lou Farmer Danette Freeze -“—B page twenty-nine Ronnie Earl Funderburk William Gary Funderburk Douglas Gaither Sylvia Ann Gantt Harry Eugene Greene, |r. Billie Carol Harper Johnny Michael Greene Beverly Jean Harrington Barbara Elaine Gregory Marty Harrison Lester Eugene Griffin Linda Kay Hart Michael R. Griffin Ann Tucker Hartzc page thirty William Phil Gibson Everette Lee Gilliam William Carroll Goodman Linda Irene Grant Frances Ann Greene page thirty-one William Dennis Hil Benny Kermit Hinson Johnny Hoce Gilbert Wayne Hodge Toni Elaine Holder SENIOR CLASS Shop students put their knowledge of sheet metal into useful products. Mary Charlene Howell Herman Dwight Jones Marie Elaine Hudspeth Larry Wayne Jordan page thirty- two Loretta Payne Honeycutt Sherry Joan Kerley Patricia Kay Isenhour Vera Kerley Linda Annelle Ivey Ronald King Betty Louise Johnson Sylvia Smith Kobulnicky Nicky H. Johnson Harold Lefler page thirty- three Brenda Joyce Litaker Linda Jean Litaker Brenda Sue Little Evelyn Rebecca Little page thirty-four Betty Katherine Love Peggy Lowe Hubert Spencer Lyerly, II Roy Ezra Lynch Rebecca Lynn McClamrock Rebecca Lynn McLeod Billy Nesbitt Judy Ann Menius Gary Dale Norris Veronica Kay Michael Anita Rowell Orbison Lance Monroe Middleton Nancy Ruth Osborne page thirty-five [LI Margaret Marie Mills Wayne Alexander Overcash Sue Elwood Paddie Martha Meeks Palmer Larry R. Parks Andrea R Phillips Linda Kay Prevette Brenda Pinyan Chipper Price Carolyn Elaine Plyer Barbara Sue Rainwater Linda Fay Poole Terry Wadsworth Ridenhoui page thirty-six Elizabeth Deane Pate Janice Arleen Pence Linda Kay Pennell Nancy Elizabeth Perry SENIOR CLASS Judy Kaye Poston Myra Earline Pressley Brenda Joyce Ritchie Julia Ellen Ritchie Performers in the Senior Follies sing carols to close their program. page thirty-seven Gloria Roper Edward S. Rumsey, Jr Jimmy Rutledge Sarah Allene Sawyer page thirty-eight Edward Evans Scarboro Kenneth Sellers Brenda Sue Sheeks Sandra Kay Sherrill Linda Faye Sherrin Betty Sue Simmons Brenda Carol Stancil Shirley Ann Simpson Ray Eugene Stancil Judy Lee Slawson Larry Starnes Jean Howard Sloop Worley Lane Stribling page thirty-nine Sybil Therril Pattie Elizabeth Taylor S E N OR CLASS A door decorating contest at Christmas helped brighten the season ' s spirits. Mr Helms ' homeroom door, which was decorated by Maxine Childers, won first prize in the contest. Martha Diane Wagner Suzanne Wagner Jan Lynn Weaver James Arnold White page forty Donald R. Todd Edward Wadsworth Trott Harold Eugene Tyner Steve Vaughn Key Jennings Wagner Steven Thomas Wagner Judy A. Whitley Clyde W. Waller Henry E. Wiley Mary Warren Charles Ronald Williams Earl David Watson Ronald Preston Watts Gloria Jean Wood Kenneth Eugene Wright page forty-one COLORS Blue and Silver Stewart Fisher MASCOTS Donna Phillips FLOWER White Carnation MOTTO " With the ropes of the past, we will ring the bells of the future. " IN MEMORIAM Gary David Price November 17, 1 944-December 18, 1961 page forty- two CLASS H One ' s life is like unto a jewel — when first created it is quite dull; but each life, as each jewel, has the power to reflect light. To produce the greatest pos- sible brilliance, facets must be cut and polished. Like unhewn gems we began our years together at Brown. Trials and errors, successes and failures, tears and triumphs, study and fellowship have polished and re- fined one facet of the gem which is our life. Our years at Brown High constitute one of those facets, one of the many which we shall never forget or let go un- dusted in the future. We recall the shadowy uncertain- ty which marked us as sophomores when we first be- came part of Brown in 1960. Under the supervision of Mr. Larry Rhye, our class advisor, we elected our leaders for the year: Beverly Harrington served as president; Kathy Love, vice-president; Yvonne Crumb- ley, secretary; and Marilyn Hill, treasurer. Becky McLeod and Eddy Trott represented our class as coun- cil members. Through the guidance of these leaders, we began to grow in wisdom and stature. Many of our students were recognized for excel- lence in various fields. Yvonne Crumbley and Jane Smith were honored by being tapped into the Na- tional Honor Society. The Key Club inducted into its membership Eddy Trott and Ronald Williams. The Thespians selected Suzanne Wagner, and the Quill and Scroll honored Linda Barnes, Nancy Osborne, and Eddie Rumsey. With the year drawing to a close, the student body elected Yvonne Crumbley and Eddy Trott to the of- fices of secretary and treasurer, respectively, of the Student Organization. Joyce Earley, Marty Harrison, and Jean Wood were chosen as cheerleaders. For their skill in journalism, Joyce Earley was selected as BROWN BEAT editor; and Eddie Rumsey, ALBROKAN editor. Gaining luster from the experiences of the previous year, we entered the Junior class confident that some brilliance now sparkled from the facet. Chosen to guide us were Mickey Baucom, president; Richard Cline, vice-president; Brenda Dayvault, treasurer; Gary Norris, secretary; and Eddie Rumsey, social chairman. Beverly Harrington and Mikey Cauble were council members. As in our sophomore year, many students were honored for their achievements. The National Honor Society tapped into their organization: Shirley Daniel, Carolyn Mitchell, Eddie Rumsey, David Simerly, Eddy Trott, Ronald Williams, and Jean Wood. Accepted for membership into the Key Club were Mickey Bau- com, Mikey Cauble, Denny Hill, and Eddie Rumsey. The Quill and Scroll selected Rebecca Barnard, David Simerly, Joyce Earley, and Myra Pressl ey. Inducted into the National Thespian Society were Linda Barnes, Doug Barger, Mikey Cauble, Mick Cobb, Ronnie Eller, Myra Pressley, Rosemary Sills, Julia Ritchie, Eddie Rumsey, Kenneth Sellers, David Simerly, and Alice Stroup. Our advisor, Mrs. Carol Cooke, helped to guide us through the glittering array of junior events. We I S T 0 R Y recall with brilliant reflections the glorious Washing- ton Trip 1962; the junior class play, LOOK HOME- WARD, ANGEL; the exotic Junior-Senior which be- came our " Oriental Paradise " ; and the arrival of our cherished class rings. Chosen to serve as cheerleaders for the coming year were Marty Harrison, chief, Anita Ashley, Joyce Earley, Becky McClamrock, Linda Pennell, and Jean Wood. Responsibilities were exchanged as Joyce Earley became ALBROKAN editor; Eddie Rumsey, BROWN BEAT editor. Elected to serve the student body as president was Mikey Cauble, and Eddie Trott as vice-president. The beauty of the gem was now evident; but as we began our senior year, we knew that much burnishing had yet to be done before the facet would be per- fected. During the first of many class meetings we chose as our leaders Terry Ridenhour, president; Richard Cline, vice-president; Becky McLeod, secretary; Brenda Day- vault, treasurer; and Shirley Daniel, chaplain. Beverly Harrington and Ronald Williams represented our class in Council. Reigning over the Homecoming festivi- ties was Angelus Chambers, and representing us in the Carrousel Parade was Suzanne Wagner, Miss Brown High. Becky McLeod was elected by the class as its Miss Hi Miss. Honored to be May Queen was Jean Wood and Maid of Honor, Judy DeMarcus. Donna Phillips and Stewart Fisher were chosen as mascots, and the class selected " With the ropes of the past, we will ring the bells of the future " as its motto and the white carnation and blue and silver as its flower and colors. Our class was ably represented in each of the five sports programs: football, basketball, wrestling, base- ball, and track. Challenged by Miss Loraine Gray, our class advisor, during the football season, the seniors sold and sold and sold hot dogs at all of the home games. In the early part of the year, the Key Club accepted Benny Hinson and Mike Moss for membership. Later the Quill and Scroll honored Jean Wood, Emma Sue Cheek, Susie Cowan, Shirley Daniel, and Jan Lynn Weaver. Then came Senior Day! For the last time we shared our gaiety together as seniors. Class meetings, rehearsals, and final instructions filled our remaining days. Amid mixed emotions, we took the long walk across the stage to receive our long-awaited diplomas. With painstaking precision we have worked for four years, giving shape and pol- ish to this one facet of our life — a high school educa- tion. As our education and our experiences continue and other facets take shape, our lives will become indeed a gem of rarity, beauty, and durability. page forty-three JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS L, to R.: David Brewer, vice-president; Harry Hancock, treasurer; Karen Allen, secretary; Rocky Fisher, president, JUNIOR CLASS Red sets and gold mountings sparkled as the brightest facet when the juniors proudly displayed their new class rings ii Aud Judy Abernathy Libby Abernathy Sharoyn Absher Frankie Adams jeanie Adams Gene Adcock Gary Allen Karen Allen Ray Allen Steve Allen Pat Arrowood lames Artz Phil Ashworth Linda Ball Carol Ballard Larry Ballard Jerry Baker Roger Barbee Richard Barber Sherry Barger Terry Baucom Mike Beam Barbara Beard Sonnie Beaver Terrie Beaver Gail Belk David Benfield Patsy Bennett Vickie Benton Janice Blue Jack Boger Sue Bonds Kenneth Bost Richard Bost Vernon Braswell Lawrence Braxton David Brewer Becky Brigman Darrell Brigman Gary Brown Gerald Brown Larry Brown page forty-five Jeanette Bumgarner Ronnie Byrd Betty Cannon Martha Carrigan Judy Carter Mike Carter Wanda Chambers Boyce Chapman Terrie Chapman Candy Chastine Joyce Childers Dallas Childress Wayne Childress Judy Christy Neil Clarke Conrad Clement LiNelle Cline Connie Cook JUNIOR CLASS Karen Cook Hazel Correll Becky Coxey Betty Crisco Bernard Critz Thomas Cronin Jerry Crook Mary Crowder Tommy Crowder Junior Davidson Judy Davis Raymond Davis Martha Deaton Sandra Deese Keats Dellinger Nancy Dowless Betsy Drye Joyce Dudley Sandra Earnhardt Hayes Eddings Danny Eddleman Audrey Edwards Elmer Edwards Quiedon Erwin page forty-six Coby Farley Shirley Farmer Bobby Field Larry Finney janice Fisher Rocky Fisher Brenda Foster David Foster Johnny Foutz Tommy Funderburk Darlene Gainey Judy Gamble Billie Gibbons Beverly Gibson Kenneth Gibson Stanley Gilliam Linda Goforth Marsha Griffin Wayne Gulledge Beverly Gurley Glenda Hackworth Carol Hammett Jimmy Hampton Harry Hancock Brenda Hardin Cindy Harmon Regina Harrington Jan Harris Larry Harrison David Hart Barry Hartis Peggy Hartsoe Paul Hastings Chris Haynes Sharon Herman Micky Hicks Joel Hill Zeb Hill Barbara Hilton Ronnie Honbarrier Joyce Honeycutt Barbara Huffman page forty-seven Scott Humann Larry Huneycutt Judy Isenbour Mike )ames Danny Johnson Joyce Johnson Sue Johnson Denny Jones Vicki Jones Pat Karriker Denny Keaton Judy Key Polly King Karen Kinney Patricia Kinney Ronnie Kirby Terry Kiser Jerry Knight Cynthia Kobulnicky Wanda Lambert James Lazenby James Lee Steve Linebarrier Robert Little Judy Long Janice Lovett Linda Lowe Mike Lyerly Ronald Marlowe Brenda Marshall Lenda Marshall Donna Martin Janet Martin Donald Mason Phil Mauldin Toni Mayes Mike McCombs Johnny McDonald Mike McFalls Margaret McGinnis Carolyn McIntyre Libby McKnight page forty-eight Becky McLain Mike McLain Mitzi McWaters Barbara Metcalf Terry Mitchell Wayne Mitchell Carolyn Moore Lamar Moore Marla Moore Nancy Moore Patsy Moose Louise Morris Arnold Moss Brenda Moss Ricky Mullinax Brenda Mutzfeld Harold Nelms lames Oehler JUNIOR CLASS Terry Oldham Ted Osborne David Overcash Donna Overcash Buddy Parker Eugene Payne David Perkins Jean Perry Macky Petrea DeLane Phillips Shirley Pigg Kay Plyler Ayleeza Price Peggy Price Mike Prim Wanda Queen Gary Reavis Peggy Reed Becky Reeder Brenda Register Nelda Rich Barbara Richards )anet Richardson Eric Robertson page forty-nine Nevin Robinson Rita Roper Kay Roseman Terrie Roseman Kenneth Rummage Margaret Russell Tommy Safrit Patricia Scarboro |immy Scott Gary Seaford Jerry Sercey Dianne Sides Linn Sides Sherry Simmons Bobby Simpson Delores Sinclair Margo Sherrill Ted Slaughter JUNIOR CLASS Beverly Sloop Linda Sloop Michael Sloop Mike Sloop Sonia Sloop Sherry Smallwood Edna Smith Harold Smith Phyllis Smith Dean Staley Gerald Steen Mike Steen Jo Ann Stinnett Hugh Stowe Jerry Sweatt Judi Sweatt Ronnie Tate Sherry Taylor Larry Teal Linda Tennant Sallie Thomason Becky Thompson Gail Thompson Judy Thompson page fifty s © The bulletin boards brighten the hall, and the calendar in- forms students of current activities. Coaches Edmiston and Chalk admire one of the trophies that adorn the new trophy case located in the lobby of the gym. Mike Thompson Dennis Thornburg Donna Thornburg Larry Tice Gloria Troutman Jerry Troutman Woody Tucker Terry Tuggle Becky Turner Linda Vaughn Becky Wagner Donald Wallace Brenda Warren James Watson Kathy Watson Dyanne Webb Janice Whitley Dicky Wilkerson Marietta Williams Randy Wilson Steve Winecoff Suzanne Wyke Jewell Yorke page fifty-one SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS L. to R : Ann Rainey, vice-president; jo Ann Jackson, secretary; Ronnie Cau- ble, treasurer; Jimmy Fowler, president. SOPHOMORE CLASS Judy Absher Jimmy Albright Janice Allen Jimmy Alley Becky Allman Glenna Anderson Larry Anderson Harold Argo Sandy Argo Steve Argo David Armstrong James Armstrong Patsy Austin Deanna Baker James Baker Patricia Ball Monty Barbee Suzanne Barger page fifty-two Darlene Barnes Brenda Barnhardt Calvin Barnhardt Nancy |o Barnhardt David Barringer Charlotte Baxter Ronnie Beam Tommy Beam Fisher Beasley Ronnie Beasley Barbara Beaver Sandra Beaver Bobby Belk Larry Belk Patsy Benfield Patricia Benton Linda Biggers Charles Biggerstaff Judy Binkley Harold Blackerby Gary Blalock Danny Bolick Darryl Boone Brenda Bostic Roger Bostic Jeff Bradshaw Karen Brantley Myra Braswell Danita Brigman Steve Brinkley Kay Brooks Dennis Broome Carol Brown Martha Brown Howard Bruce Karen Bumgarner Eddie Burr Jondah Burr Jerry Byerly Louise Byrd Sandra Byrd Joe Cannon Jeff Carnes Billy Carrier Harold Carringer Sharon Carrington Edward Carter Steve Carter page fifty-three SOPHOMORE CLASS Ronnie Cauble June Caulder Chris Chapman Fred Chapman Doug Craven Doris Chatham jerry Cheek jimmy Cheek Betty Childers Grady Childers Judy Childers Willene Clark Carolyn Coe Larry Coggins Audry Collins Danny Collins Billy Combs Dennis Compton Mary Compton Ronnie Cook Sharon Cooper Mokey Correll Robert Coxey Dianne Craft Gary Crane Phil Crane Doris Crowder Herman Culp Buddy Dancy Nancy Daniel Ronnie Daniel Sharon Daniel Nancy Darnell Patti Daves Debbie Davis Wilbur Davis Bobby Dayvault Lynn Dayvault Pat Dayvault Tommy Dayvault Sandra Deal Tommy Dial Delores Donahue Reggie Drake Doug Drye jack Drye Georgia Duncan Mike Duncan Margie Dunlap johnny Dunlap Brenda Dwiggins Nancy Dwiggins Denny Deal Patsy Deese Roger Deese Frances DeMarcus page fifty-four Lynn DeMarcus Elaine Eagle Ronnie Eagle Merle Earley |oe Earnhardt Billy Eddings Wesley Edison Schaly Edwards Douglas Efird Louise Emerson Marty Jo Erwin Melinda Eudy Randy Evans Jimmy Ewing Verona Faggart Martha Faulkenberry Gene Finney Johnny Fink David Fisher Gail Fisher Diane Foil Charles Foster Jimmy Fowler Delores Fox Sylvia Freeman Elaine Freeze Mike Frye Judy Frye Wanda Galliher Gary Garner Mike Gaskins Steve Gaskey Amy Gillon Bobbie Glenn Sherri Glenn Darlene Goforth Patricia Goodman Rick Goodman Susan Goodnight Libby Gordon Randy Grant Raynette Grant Janice Green Linda Gregory Dennis Graybeal Tommy Gribble Judy Griffin Linda Gurley Dennis Gwaltney Jeanette Hallman Marlene Hallman Kathryn Hamilton Becki Hamm Wade Hammoflds Linda Hampton Beth Haney ! page fifty-five Renae Hardin Betty Hardy Sheran Harmon Rhonda Harrington Phyllis Harris Richard Harris Brenda Hart Henry Hawkins Barry Helms Terry Hendrix Butch Hendrickson Judy Hileman Gerald Hilton Kay Hines Susan Hoce Donna Holder Joe Honeycutt Sharon Honeycutt Donna Horne Sherri Horton Kenneth Huggins Farrell Hunsucker Gene Hubbard Johnny Huffstetler Mike Hunsuck Barbara Ingram Patsy Irvin Mike Isom Jo Ann Jackson Tony Jackson Charles James Kathryn Jinis Carol Johnson Dale Johnson Linda Johnson Cynthia Johnston Pat Jones Linda Jordon Karen Julian Patsy Karriker Pat Keaton Dolan Keener Tony Kelly Judy Key Lynette Kimball Jane King Hellen Kirkley Deryl Lacey Beverly Landers Mike Lane Judy Ledbetter Susan Lewis Ronald Lisenby Lawrence Litaker Ricky Little Joyce Livingood page fifty-six SOPHOMORE CLASS Celina Lowder Dianne Lowder Robin Lowder Ginger Lyerly Terry McClamrock Sylvia McClannon Steve McCombs Becky McConnell Albert McCool Kenneth McCurdy Cynthia McGinnis Steve McIntyre Cathy McLeod Robert Major Dehlia Marlin Phyllis Martin Janelle Massey Jimmie Matthews James Mechum Phil Meachum John Melton Lea Mielnik Jane Milam Carolyn Mills Mary Mills Mike Misenheimer Rachel Moore Judy Morris Martha Nell Morris Pat Morris Tony Morton Diane Moss Terry Moss Barry Moysan Sharon M u II is Carol Munday Phil Nash Sandra Nelms Bob Newsom Larry Newsome Mickey Morris Carol Norwood Betty O ' Kelly Barbara Overcash Caldwell Overcash Dianne Overcash Steve Paige Phyllis Parton Ray Pate John Patterson Sandra Pence J. 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Petrea Mike Petrea Dianne Petty Jean Phillips Myrtle Phillips page fifty-seven SOPHOMORE CLASS Vivian Pittman Judy Plummer Avery Poplin Ronnie Prevette Larry Price Lavada Price Paulette Price Richard Price Ann Rainey Ann Quinn Benny Rainwater Diane Reid Danny Reynolds Jan Ridenhour Linda Roach Candy Robinette Richard Powell Cherry Russell )oan Russell Aprille Safrit Susan Safrit Wylene Seabolt Kay Seagraves Ronnie Sherril Mike Shinn Steve Shoaf Wayne Short Ronnie Shull Ricky Sims Connie Sloop Johnny Sloop Judy Sloop Rodney Sloop Tony Sloop Gerald Smith Grover Smith Jo Smith joe Smith John Smith Mary Ann Smith Paula Smith Ronnie Smith Toni Smith Steve Snead Brenda Snipes jimmy Snipes Linda Stafford Joyce Staley Carol Steen Peggy Stegall Jay Stirewalt Jimmy St. John Harvey Sturgis Brenda Styers Elaine Sullivan Brenda Swink page fifty-eight Linda Tarlton Doris Teague Johnny Teague Jerome Teal Terry Tennent Brenda Terry Conrad Trent Thomas Steve Thomas Bobby Thompson Carolyn Thompson Kay Thompson Jo Ann Thornburg Vicki Troutman Mike Twitty Joyce Users Gail Utley Douglas Vaughn Buddy Wagner Ronnie Walder Mike Waldroup Jimmy Walker Rande Walker Tommy Waller Dottie Wardlaw Sharon Watkins Danny Watts Kenneth Weatherby Leslie Weaver Karon Westmoreland Margaret Whitely Mike Wike Mike Wike Mike Williams Ronnie Williams Gene Wilson Janice Wilson Johnny Winecoff Paul Wise Tony Woodward James Yates page fifty-nine )ean Wood Becky McClamrock Linda Pennell Anita Ashley Janet Richardson Marty Harrison, Chief Joyce Earley The football team was led in a spirited charge across the field before every game by the cheerleaders. page sixty L. to R.: Seated: L. Barnes, N Osborne, D Simerly, M Pressley, P. Isenhour, D. Crawfor d, A, Ashley, D Talbert, J. Wood Standing: Mrs Oxendine, Advisor, E. Rumsey, ), Earley, S Lyerly, S, Kerley, S, Daniel, J, Weaver, E, Cheek, R. Barnard, B Pate. BROWN BEAT AND Joyce Earley, ALBROKAN editor The staff feels a responsibility to the school it represents. It has an obligation to be fair in its news reporting, strong in its convictions, industrious in the carrying out of assignments. Sometimes the pace is frantic, but there are other times of informal sharing . . . ex- change of ideas . . . critical appraisal . . . with the betterment of individual capacities and group production in mind. page sixty- two Eddie Rumsey BROWN BEAT editor Betty Deane Pate Business Manager ALBROKAN STAFF Myra Pressley, Bet ty Deane Pate, Jan Lynn Weaver fold newspapers and get them ready for distribution. Danny Talbert and David Crawford Sports editors page sixty- three L. to R. row 1: D Marlin, S. Freeman, M Sherrill, D Brigman, row 3: ), Snipes, D Compton, J, Rutledge, C, Biggerstaf f , P Karriker, E. Trott. D, Deal, K Huggins, R, Funderburke, E. Gilliam, J, Baker, row 2: S Simmons, J Harris, D Chatham, L, Stafford, row 4 H Nelms, M, Cauble, D. Holman, M. Prim, G. Bla- M. Smith, S. Absher, M. Moore, J. Richardson, Miss Bounds, lock, advisor. SESSION HOUSE STUDENT ORGANIZATION The Student Organization of A. L. Brown High School is the means by which the student body aids directly in the administration of the school. It is the official organ for student expression in matters pertaining to the welfare of the student body. The student organization consists of two bodies. Session House is composed of homeroom representatives and Council is composed of class representatives. The officers are members of both groups. " Beverly Hillbillies, " Linda Pennell, Margo Sherrill, Terry Ridenhour and Everette Gilliam convince Representative Hugh Alexander that their chocolate is " The World ' s Finest. " The purposes are as follows: To establish and maintain a higher moral standard; to develop in- telligent leaders and followers; to insure a spirit of democracy; to promote a closer relationship among the student body, the faculty, and the community; to create a respect and ambition for higher scholastic attainments; to encourage co- operation and participation of students in all school activities. page sixty-four I Miss Frances Bounds Advisor Mikey Cauble President Eddy Trott Vice-President Janet Richardson Secretary Marla Moore Treasurer STUDENT COUNCIL L. to R.: M, Moore, J, Richardson, B Simpson, B. Harrington, J. Carter, G, Lyeriy, E Trott, J Stirewalt, R Williams, Miss Bounds, page sixty-five L to R.: row 1 : S Johnson, M. Griffin, R Walker, B Alley, S Har- mon, D. Simerly, T Slaughter, J. Davis, A, Stroup, R, Eller, W, Overcash, E. Rumsey, L. Barnes, B, Reeder, K. Sellers, S, Shoaf, P, Taylor, row 2: J, Earley, N Fox, J Foil, T, Chapman, L DeMarcus, j Ritchie, J. Weaver, S, Cowan, F. Chapman, D, Wardlaw, T. Belk, R, Sills, S. Thomason, N, Perry, M, Pressley, J. Smith, C. Goodman, row 3: B, Nesbitt, D. Barger, J, Caulder, J. Oehler, C. Chastine, H, Smith, M. Cobb, R Mullinax, P, Isenhour, S, Beaver, S, Barger, B. Johnson, S. Absher, M, Moss, M. Cauble, G. Belk, D, Overcash, BROWN MASQU ERS The purpose of the Brown Masquers is to try to create a theatre-going public with a finer theatrical taste. Each year the Brown Masquers present a top-quality play in the hope of building an audience who will de- mand and get better plays; to present, through the stage, a strong appeal to young people of the student body to achieve a quickened imagination, better development Cast members enliven " The Farmer and the Cowman " which was only one of the songs with dance that appeared in the successful production of OKLAHOMA, of speech and a keener appreciation of art; to develop the personality and individuality which comes when one enters wholeheart- edly into the dramatic arts program. This year the Brown Masquers produced OKLAHOMA — an overwhelming success. At Christmas, Dickens ' " A Christmas Carol " was presented. The District Workshop was held this year for the first time at Brown. " Ask Any Girl " was the Junior Class Play that was presented this year. The Brown Masquers sponsor and finance the local chapter of the National Thespian Society. NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY L. to R.: Sharoyn Absher Doug Barger Linda Barnes Gail Belk Mike Cauble Angie Chambers Mick Cobb Judy Davis Joyce Earley Ronnie Eller Gary Funderburk Carroll Goodman Sharon Harmon Betty Johnson Ann Nelms Billy Nesbitt Wayne Overcash Nancy Perry Myra Pressley Becky Reeder Julia Ritchie Eddie Rumsey Kenneth Sellers Rosemary Sills David Simerly Ted Slaughter Jane Smith Alice Stroup Mr. Robert Withrow Mr. Ray Lancaster Mrs. Janie Yates, advisor page sixty-seven NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS L. to R.: C Mitchell, Vice-President; J. Smith, Chaplain; R. Wil- liams, Treasurer; Y. Crumbley, President; S. Daniel, Secre- tary. The object of the Athenian Chapter of the National Honor Society is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the develop- ment of character in students at A. L. Brown. Major projects of the year have been maintaining a weekly bulletin board in the front hall, making badges for honor roll stu- dents, conducting an essay contest for American Education Week, remembering sick and shut-in people in community with fruit baskets at Thanksgiving, making favors for use on hospital trays at Christ- mas, entering state scrapbook contest, con- ducting several inspirational and educa- tional assembly programs, giving a tea for semester honor roll students, and awarding scholarship medals at the end of the year. On Miss Elliott ' s trip to India last summer, she met a young girl who attends Queens College. The Society adopted her and bought her several gifts during the year. row 1 : Jerry Baker, Yvonne Crumbley, Shirley Daniel, Bobby Field, Carolyn Mitchell. row 2: Marla Moore, Eddie Rumsey, David Simerly, Jane Smith, Jean Wood. page sixty-eight FRENCH CLUB L. to R.: row 1 : J Slawson, J. Patterson, B McLeod, R Barnard, S. Daniel, E Cheek, J. Cranford row 2: M Pressley, V. Faggart, B. Johnson, J. Caulder, D Barger, A. Nelms, L. Barnes, row 3: E Burr, T. Morton, j St, John, J. Weaver, J. Bla- lock, J, Dove, J, Earley. row 4; S. McClannon, L. Johnston, S, Gantt, J. Honeycutt, G. Hamilton, S. Boggs, E. Trott, row 5: B, Ingram, W. Seabolt, R Lowder, K. Brantley, R. Harrington, C. Barnhardt, T. Brown. row 6: S, Lewis, P. Parton, L, Kimball, Y. Crumbley, L Grant, C Lowder. row 7: K. Sellers, E. Rumsey, S. Kobulnicky, J. Foil. C. McCombs, M. Dunlap, J. King. row 8: G Fisher, M. Smith, J. Griffin, B. Landers, D. Mc- Combs, S. McCombs, C. Mitchell. row 9: T. Beam, J. Ritchie, S. Harmon, A Stroup, R Sills. J. Massey. Standing: Mrs. Middleton, advisor. SPANISH CLUB L. to R : row 1 : L. Jordan, N Morris, R. Williams, G. Hatley, N. Osborne, S. Cowan, B Dancy. row 2: Mrs. Caldwell, Advisor, B Harrington, J. Menius, A. Hardin, D. Holman, M. Hill row 3 ' M. Brindle, L. Dunn, B. Pate, L. Baxter, H. Foster, Y. Sorrow, M. Hopson. row 4. K. Love, H Tyner, L Litaker, E Scarboro, B Litaker, P. Gibson, B. Taylor. page sixty-nine Mr. Harvey Turner directs the band during rehearsals in the band room at Cannon, ' Drum Major — R, Alley. row 1, kneeling: L. Barnes, S. McCombs, A Chambers, S. Herman, K Allen, J. Carter, j Davis, B Reeder, 5. Wag- oner, A, Nelms, B, Harrington, B, McLeod, row 2: K. Weatherby, A, Safrit, R, Lowder, T. Moss, P. Wise, C. McGinnis, S. Barger, N. Dwiggins, S. Deese, B. Turner, M. Sherrill, T. Mayes, M. Russel, S. Cowan, D. Black, M. N. Morris, M Hill, M. McGinnis, C Johnson, M Faulkenbury, S. Bonds, S. Wike, C. McLeod, row 3: B, Dry, K. Hamilton, R. Sills, j. Isenhour, J. Riden- hour, N, Rich, S. Carter, D, Marlin, J. Stirewalt, P. Arrowood, R Walker, J. Ewing, H. Culp, J. Mechum, B. Wagner, D. Broome, R. Pate, j. Carnes, N. Darnell, A. Rainey, S. Hoce, L. Emerson. row 4: J. Carpenter. M, Compton, L, Stafford, N, Daniel, D. Chatham, P Smith, A Edwards, M Warner, M. DeMar- cus, N Fox, j. Poston, S. Lewis, L Belk, D. Freeman, T. Ivey, J. Galiher, D. Bruton, P, Smith, G. Lyerly. row 5: L. Li taker, M. Sloop, B. Simpson, B, Bundy, L. Day- vault, W. Davis, D Hill, K, Watson, D. Jones J Blalock, S. Safrit, R, Harris, L. Dunn, S. Pence, B, Gibson, M. Prim, R. Grant, R, Cauble, D. Mason, J. Teague, H. Tyner, row 6: B. Hartis, R. Williams, J. Cranford, G. Hatley, D. Freeman, J. Winecoff, D. Drye, H, Smith, D. Harrington, P. Gibson, R Cline, J Oehler, R Barnhardt, S Argo, B. Nesbitt, E Scarboro, L Braxton, R, Grant, S. Brinkley, R. Bost, K. Bost, M. Fry, B. Litaker. page seventy Chambers, Sharon Herman, Karen Allen. DRUM MAJOR BUDDY ALLEY heads the band when marching, in parades, and always onto the field during pre- game and half-time performances. Success of the A. L Brown High School Band lies mainly in the direction of Mr. Har- vey Turner He directs the approximately one hundred and thirty membership band in the half-time shows at the football games and often gives concerts for the student MAJORETTES L. to R.: Becky McLeod, Beverly Harrington, Ann Nelms, Suzanne Wagner, chief, Becky Reeder, Judy Davis, Judy Carter. body. One of the best in the state, the band has marched in many parades, been guests at the Shrine Bowl, and, needless to say, given a season of most spectacular per- formances. After the band had worn the same uni- forms for 10 years, Mr. H. T. Barnes volun- teered this year to head a drive to get new uniforms. He was successful in raising $10,- 000 for the uniforms for which the entire school is grateful. page seventy-one MIXED CHORUS L. to R : row ] : Miss Purcell, G. Hamilton, S, Sloop, J. Weaver, S Shoaf, L Kimball, S. Absher, J Sloop, row 2: J. Honeycutt, B. Beard, P. Parton, L. Johnston, S. Beaver, K. Cook, V. Benton, S. Brooks, K, Roseman. row 3: P. Reid, P Scarboro, J. Gainey, B. Foster, C. Eagle, H. Cornell, N Moore, C. Chastine. row 4: C Chastain, B. Snipes, G. Belk, P. Taylor, E, Smith, M. Waldrop, P. Wallace, J Jackson, S. Gantt, S. Glenn, C Thompson, B. Metcalf. GIRLS ' row 1 : j Whitley, G. Roper, B. Childers, L, Jordan. row 2: Miss Purcell, K. Hines, L. Vaughn, E, Eagle, B. Huffman. CHORUS row 3: P. Dayvault, V. Troutman, D. Foil, P. Benton, S Goodnight. row 4: C. Ballard, T. Tennent, P. Price, J. Livingood, S Tickle, C. Cook. page seventy- two I. C. T. CLUB row 1 : j. Scott, J. Lazenby, P. Stevens, S. Barnhardt row 2: K, Small, S, Linebarrier, T. Harmon. Winecoff, T M. Overcash, J, Kerley, D, Brown, J. Scercy. Standing: Mr. Lamb. row 3: K. Wright, B Barrett, G. Funderburke, T, Bryant, R. Wilson, S. Deal, B. Parker, E. Gilliam. DISTRIBUTION EDUCATION CLUB row 1, seated. B Moss, M Meeks, C. Waller, G. Hackworth, D. McCurdy, S. Farmer. J. Pence row 2, seated - M. Beam, S. Simpson, B. Dancy, F Greene, D, Watson, Mr, Gaskey, B. Clarke, D Wilkerson, E Holder, row 3: M. Brigman K. Rummage, C McCombs, D. Lawing, M James, J Lee, L. Baxter, J. White, L. Starnes, L. Jordan, J. Greene. row 4 G. Seaford, B, Chapman, L Moore, D Sides, E. Deal D. Brown, R. Burroughs, S. Vaughn, R Honeycutt. page seventy- three QUILL AND SCROLL L. to R.: row 1 : Becky Barnard, Linda Barnes, Emma Sue Cheek, Susie Cowan, Shirley Daniel, row 2: Joyce Earley, Spence Lyerly, Nancy Osborne, Eddie Rumsey, David Simerly. row 3: Alice Stroup, Jan Lynn Weaver, Jean Wood, Mrs, Janie Yates (Honorary Member), Mrs. Bess Oxendine, Advisor. MONOGRAM CLUB L. to R : row 1 : Mr. Boone, Advisor, B. Hinson, R, Funderburke, G. Fisher, M. Moss. row 2: T. Mauldin, J Kerley, T, Bryant, E. Trott, D, Perk- ins, B. Shinn, R. Honbarrier, row 3: R. Little, D Crawford, K. Gibson, G. Stancil, J. Hoce, H. Greene, M. Hicks, D. Todd. row 4: B Chapman C. Farley, C Price, K, Dellinger, K, Bost, G. Bost, T. Baucom, H. Hancock, J. Foutz. TRI-SG CLUB L. to R.: row 1 : L Weaver M, Mclnnis, J. Dowless, N. Rich, L. Emerson, S. Safrit, B. Landers, S. Lewis, S. Smallwood, D. Sinclair. row 2: H. Greene, D. Chatham, B. Ingram, W. Seabolt, T. Morton, S. Gaskey, S. Humann, L. Brown, M. Sherrill, K. Thompson, M Thompson, Mr Freeman, advisor, row 3: D. Eddleman, W, Gi lion. Finney, H Foster, T. Brown, H Blackerby, E. Gilliam, D, Holman, M. McLain, D. Lacey, S. Boggs, Mr. Poole, advisor. BIBLE CLUB Seated L. to R, : row 1 : N. Osborne, B Haney, V. Benton, M. Hopson, M. Brindle, B. Pate, K. Sellers, D. Simerly. row 2; Miss McMurray, advisor, J Adams, L Gurley, J. Lovelace, P. Kenney, B Beard, M Williams, J. Huffstetler. row 3: S Daniel, D Thomas, M, Crowder, C. Jones, J. Hughes, L. Tarlton, C. Baxter, D. Holman, row 4: J, Knight, G. Brown, F. Hamilton, J. Gainy, B. Mar- shall, J. Blue, L Marshall. row 5: P Scarboro, L. Sloop, E Eagle, P. Keaton, N. Hall- man, N Fox, N Morris, M Williams row 6 M. Warner, J, Sloop, A, Poplin, Y. Sorrow. B. Gregory, D. Webb, P. Smith, A. Edwards. FUTURE NURSES L. to R.: row 1 J Fisher, L )ohnson, D, Barnes, D, Russel, B. Met- calf, D. Phillips, ), Absher, L, Bradshaw, B, Landers, B. Wagner, B, Warren, L, Farmer, S. Gantt, row 2: K, Seagraves, P. Benton, L. Flamilton, E. Eagle, V. Troutman, B Childers, L Emerson, M. Braswell, A. Collins, S. Sherrill, M, Warren, J. Pence, B, Gurley, row 3: S Pigg, P Price, K. Brooks, B. Terry, B, Swink, J, Key, J. Morris, M. Hudspeth, J. Allen, M. Ball, M Holman, D Reid, C. Jennis, K. Hines. row 4: B Brown, L, Hart, P, Compton, B Hamm, j. Led- better, L. Gordon, P White, P Harris, L. Gurley, L. Roach, B Mutzfield, B. Huffman, H. Correll. row 5: D. Sinclair, S. Smallwood, B McLain, B. Brigman, ), Johnson, M. Carrigan, M, Dunlap, P Smith, S. Herman, P, Harding, S. Brooks, J. Honeycutt, B Gregory, D. Mc- Combs. row 6: S. Deal, V. Hill, C. Cook, A. Edwards. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA L. to R.: seated: B, Crisco, R. Hardin, B. Terry, B, Warren, E, Little, standing- K, Roseman, B, Brown, Mrs. Casstevens, advisor, L. Sloop. S. Smallwood, D. Sinclair. page seventy-six FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA L. to R.: seated: J. Blalock, B. Clark, A. Chambers, B. Barnard, standing: W. Clark, J. Poston, N Morris, L Gurley, S, Mrs.Wnitmire, advisor. Hoce, P. Benfield, E. Plyler, P. Marlin, P. Scarboro. LIBRARY CLUB L. to R.: seated: G. Stand I , B. Cannon, W. Clark, B Clark. row 1: J. Fisher, E. Holder, C. Munday, B. Glenn, C. Barn- hardt, P. Hastings, D. Davis, B. Hardin, C. Barnhardt, P. Hastings, D. Davis, D. Overcash, R, Eagle, row 2: M Hunsuck, D Lacey, B, Gurley, M. Arnett, L Finney, B. Clayton, J. Earnhardt, T. Rcseman, J. Waller, Mrs. Cauble, advisor. page seventy-seven MONITORS L. to R.: row I : Mrs. Hamrick, advisor, B. Little, J. Smith, S. Cheek, M. Hudspeth, L Bradshaw, L Ivey, M Griffith, j. DeMarcus, M, Harrison, D. Freeze, B Dayvault, R. Sills, row 2. J. Blalock, B. Gregory, J. Kennedy; W, Queen, C. Hammef, M. Crowder, J. Key, R. Eller, J Davis, E. Trott, N Morris, B Rainwater, J. Weaver row 3: J Fisher, D. Whitaker, N Dowless, J. Sweat, L Farmer, J DeMarcus, S. Sherrill, M Childers, H. Eddings, D Gaither, L. Huneycutt, D. Phillips, D. McCombs, S. McCombs. row 4; R, Burroughs, K, Sellers, T. Ridenhour, J. Cranford, C. Goodman, S. Lyerly, L. Brown, F, Adams, T. Safrit, D Brigman, D. Thornburg, S. Simmons, M. McWalter, M. Carrigan. row 5: B, Taylor, P, Cannon, D Wagner, B. Pinyan, Fortson, B, Sheeks, C. Harper, D. Martin, B. Smith, Carrouth, J. Ritchie, J. Carpenter, T. Beaver, A, Edwards. STAGE CREW L. to R.: W. Overcash, M. Moss, T. Gribble. page seventy-eight O (_ o LAB ASSISTANTS L. to R.: M. Hill, D. Sinclair, P Karriker, S. Beaver, G. Belk, VI. mons, S. Absher, N. Perry, L Middleton, C. Chastine, B Pressley, D, McCombs, S. Earnhardt, P. Arrowood, S. Sim- Litaker, R. Eller, J. Johnson. FIRST AID ASSISTANTS L. to R. : Mrs, Gilmore, Advisor, P. W hite, S. Byrd, Y. Crumbley, A. Gillon, P. Daves, L. DeMarcus, B. Metcalf, j. DeMarcos, B. Pate, A. Poplin. page seventy-nine OFFICE PAGES L to R.: K, Kinney, S. Kobulnicky, C. Mitchell, B, Dayvault, N. Os- retary, J. Gamble, L Cline, M, Thompson, Mr. Drummond, borne, B. Critz, S. Thomason, D. Holman, Mrs. Bostian, Sec- Principal, E. Rumsey. DUPLICATING STAFF L. to R : H Tyner, C. Howell, D Overcash, Mrs. Hamrick, Advisor, M. Childers, S. Sherrill, S. Daniel, P. Duncan, BANKING STUDENTS L to R.: Mrs. Gilmore, Advisor, J. Cranford, K. Sellers, Y. Crumbley, S. McCombs. page eighty SPEECH CLUB L. to R.: row 1 : P. Kinney, J. Baker, row 2: E Cheek, C. Mitchell, L. Grant, J Davis. row 3: C Farley, T, Beaver, R. Watts, M. Hill, B Little, M. Hicks, row 4 J. Richardson, J, Carpenter, R Barnard, S, Kerley, J Patterson, W Tucker, D, Fisher row 5: P. Karriker, A. Price, D Hart, A. Hardin, M, Dunlap, C, Baxter. row 6: Mrs. Edwards, Advisor, R. Little, V. Benton, C. Eagle, H. Correll, C. Moore, A. Edwards. MONTAGE STAFF Clockwise: A, Nelms, L Barnes, j. Gamble, H Tyner, S. Yates, Advisor Harmon, S. Edwards, S. Lyerly, N. Osborne, J. Baker, Mrs. page eighty-one L. to R.: row 1 R. Barnard, P. Cannon, B. Johnson, S. Sherrill, S. Kerley, N. Morris, B. Connelly, J. Poston, M. Hill, J. Bla- lock, S. Beasley. row 2: M. Harrison, P, Isenhour, L. Pennell, A P hillips, J DeMarcus, D. Freeze, S. Brantley, B, Taylor, B. Little, E, Plyler, B. Litaker, D. Burris, L. Litaker, K. Love, |. Weaver, P. Taylor, B, Pinyan, D. Wagner, P. Duncan, B. Stancil, C. McCombs, L, Grant, J. Wood SENIOR TRI-HI-Y JUNIOR TRI-HS-Y L to R.: row 1: J. Davis, J. Harris, L. McKnight, B Drye, B Reeder, S. Beaver, B. Turner, D. Martin, D. Thornburg, T, Mayes, A, Dowless, V. Jones, G. Belk. row 2: D. Webb, P. Reid, K. Allen, C Eagle, M, Moore, J. Richardson, G. Troutman, C. Hammett, W. Queen, J. Carter, A. Edwards, S. Bonds, T. Beaver, S. Sloop, J. York, B, Moss, M. McGinnis. row 3: S Taylor, B. Gibson, P. Moose, L. Cline, C. Harmon, J. Johnson, S. Earnhardt, P, Smith, S. Barger, S. Absher, N, Moore, S. Smallwood, H. Cornell, S. Thomason, D. Sin- clair, J Isenhour, B, Wagoner, S. Herman, B. Brigman, M. Griffin, T. Chapman, J. Thompson, N. Rich, D. Whitaker, P. Arrowood, C, Kobulmcky. SOPHOMORE TRI-HI-Y L to R.: row 1 : R. Walker, K. Thompson, J. Burr, L. Stafford, M. i Eudy, S. Barger, D. Brigman, L. Johnston, J. King, C. Nor- wood. row 2: J. Griffin, R. Lowder, A. Safrit, J. Frye, S. Hoce, M. Erwin, S Nelms, D Horne, L. Emerson, J. Plummer, A. Quinn, D. Marlin, M, Morris, L. Byrd, J. Earley, C. McLeod, D. Barnes. row 3: J. Ridenhour, N. Dwiggins, G. Lyerly, E Freeze, S. Edwards, C McGinnis, P. Daves, N. Darnell, C. Lowder, D. Lowder, C. Johnson, C. Thompson row 4: M. Smith, S. Watkins, V Faggart, L. DeMarcus, P. Smith, J Jacksn, S. Safrit, S. Lewis, B. Landers, A. Rainey, K. Hamilton. row 5: R. Grant, D. Baker, P. Price, P. Austin, L, Biggers, K. Brantley, R. Harrington, J. Caulder. SENIOR Hl-Y L. to R : row 1 : S. Deal, J. Rutledge, G. Fisher, H. Greene, R. Eller, row 2: J. Wilson, M. Cauble, R. Barnhardt, R. Barnhardt, M. Moss. S. Lyerly, S. Boggs, L. Dunn. H. Wiley, G. Norris, M. Baucom, Mr. Poole, Advisor. JUNIOR Hl-Y L. to R.: row 1 : L. Tice, D. Perkins, H. Stowe, T. Mauldin, H. Nelms, M. Hicks. row 2: C. Haynes, J. Hill, M. Steen, T. Slaughter, K. Del- linger. row 3: M. Petrea, B. Smith, T. Baucom, D. Hart, M. Sloop, row 4: D. Mason, L. Weaver, R Wilson, E. Robertson, J. Baker. SOPHOMORE Hl-Y L. to R.: row 1 : D. Bruce, B, Belk, F, Chapman, L. Coggins, R. Beam, B .Wagner, R. Pate. D. Deal. D. Broome, M. Hunsuck, M, Williams, J. Cannon, T. Moss, S. Carter, R. Goodman, row 2: J. Patterson, T. Jackson, M. Carrier, R. Cauble, F, Beasley, D. Graybeal, G. Hilton, J. Huffstetler, S. Shoaf, D Vaughn, T Morton, R Sims, j Yates, D. Drye, J. Ewing, row 3: S. Argo, L. Dayvault, B. Helms, G. Smith, D Keener, C Chapman, M. Norris, R. Grant, W. Davis, G Blalock, G. Bolick, T. Gribble, K. Huggins, J. Earnhardt, T. Beam. I 5 KEY CLUB OFFICERS L to R B Field, Chaplain; H. Nelms, Treasurer; Mr. Linn, Ad- visor; j. Baker, Vice-President; M. Baucom, President; D. Hill, Secre- tary. KEY CLUB L. to R.: row 1 : Mickey Baucom, Mikey Cauble, Ronnie Funderburke, Denny Hill, Benny Hinson, Mike Moss. row 2: Eddie Rumsey, Eddy Trott, Jerry Baker, Bobby Field, Rocky Fisher, Harold Nelms. row 3: Bobby Simpson, Charles Biggerstaff, Lynn Dayvault, Gerald Hilton, Jay Stirewalt, I I I I page eighty-four To polish a stone Crafted With grace Shining yet dim Touch gently Touch fully Touch quickly I 1 962 FOOTBALL TEAM The 1962 Little Wonder football team led by stellar tailback Harry Greene and a top notch line erased the embarrassment of ' 61. The most thrilling game was the 26-0 romp over the Thomasville Bulldogs. The strong Wonder line held the Tommies to less than 1 00 total yards while Harry Greene amazed the homecoming crowd with his tremendous scoring plays. A day of rain extended Concord ' s lease on the Victory Bell for one more year. This disappointment left Brown ' s Little Wonders holding a record of 3 wins, 5 losses, and 2 ties. Coach Bill Wafts Coach Ed Edmiston page eighty-six Front Row j Burr. M Correll, D Bolick, D, Hart, B Fields, J Fowler, G Smith, G, Stancil, R Little, H Greene — co-captain, B Hinson — co-captain, C, Farley, M Petrea, T Hendrix, T. Baucom, C. Chapman, G. Hilton, G. Smith, H Lefler, J. Patterson Back Row W Eidson, P Ashworth, G Blaylock, R Lizenby, T Jackson, M Misenheimer, E Trott, T Bryant, L. Coggins, D Perkins, C, Bigger- staff, R. Fisher, D. Deal, M, Moss, M, Arnette, K. Gibson, M Petrea, K. Dellinger. PERIOD • • 0 Boyden 33 East Mecklenburg ... 12 North Rowan _ ... 7 Statesville 6 Albemarle 7 South Rowan 0 Thomasville . 20 Asheboro 28 Mooresville 6 Concord Kannapolis 12 Kannapolis 6 Kannapolis 6 Kannapolis 13 Kannapolis 0 Kannapolis 7 Kannapolis 26 Kannapolis 20 Kannapolis 0 Kannapolis 0 EDDY TROTT Wingback Senior HARRY GREENE Tailback Senior DAVID HART End Junior KENNETH GIBSON Guard Junior BENNY HINSON GENE STANCH Center Fullback Senior Senior FOOTBAL page eighty-eight TERRY BAUCOM Guard Junior DAVID PERKINS Guard Junior 19 6 2 ROBERT LITTLE Blocking Back Junior PHIL ASHWORTH End Junior GOBY FARLEY End Junior JOHN PATTERSON Tackle Sophomore page eighty-nine BASKETBALL The Little Wonder Boys ' Basketball team was led by seniors Roy Lynch and Ronnie Funderburke and sophomore Ronnie Sher- rill. As the annual went to press the team was holding down first place in the Southern Piedmont Division. The Little Wonders were expected to equal or better Coach Chalk ' s fine records of the past. RONNIE FUNDERBURKE Forward Senior ROY LYNCH Forward Senior PHIL ASHWORTH Center Junior ROBERT LITTLE Guard Junior RONNIE SHERRILL Guard Sophomore page ninety Kneeling L. to R. : B Hinson, R. Funderburke, P. Ashworth, R, Little, R. Lynch, R, Sherrill. Coach Doug Chalk Standing L to R : G. Hilton, M. (Sorrell, K, Huggins, L. Dayvault, S. Argo, G. Smith, R. Lisenby, M. Hicks. Steve Argo (40) rushes in to assist Wonder center Phil Ashworth (32) in a rebound with the Albemarle Bulldogs. Pushing the scores upward they went on to defeat the Bull- dogs. page ninety-two BASKETBALL Ronnie Funderburk (14) gains a rebound from one of South ' s Rebels in this conference game with South. The Wonders rolled to a victory. Phil Ashworth (32) and Roy Lynch (12) of the Wonders are up in a rebound with two of Concord ' s Spiders. In th’s first game with Concord the Wonders were defeated 40-46. page ninety-three xV row 1, L. to R: C. Hammett, J, Kennerly, J DeMarcus, D. Fox, J. Morris, M. Moore, V. Jones. row 2, L to R S. Argo, B. Simmons, M. Griffith, J. De Marcus, E. Smith, B. Little. Wonderette forward Betty Simmons (32) shoots for a basket to raise the score in the game with the Concord Spiderettes. The Wonderettes continue their winning streak by defeating the Spiderettes 33-27. JUDY DEMARCUS Forward BETTY SIMMONS Forward Co-Captain Senior Senior Up goes Betty Simmons of the Wonderettes in a rebound with the South ' s Rebels. South went on to win over the Wonderettes. Mary Griffith of the Wonderettes (24) leaps up for a re- bound with an unidentified player of the Albemarle Bull- dogs. In this beginning of the season conference game, the Wonderettes were victorious over the Bulldogs. BRENDA LITTLE MARY GRIFFITH EDNA SMITH SANDY ARGO Forward Forward Guard Roving Guard Senior Senior Junior Sophomore Coach Bob Mauldin n , . . Randy Honeycutt of the Wonders uses wrestling tactics to defend the Statesville opponent. WRESTUNG TEAM I i The Little Wonders wrestlers turned out perhaps the best team in the history of wres- tling at Brown High this season. Under the direction of coach Bob Mauldin, the team produced more winners than in previous seasons. Supporting a 9-5 won-lost record the team showed vast improvement over last season ' s winless squad. The Wonders dropped three close matches early in the season, then stormed back to win nine of the eleven remaining matches. Wonder Grappler David Crawford is momentarily halted in the play by a Statesville grappler. David went on to pin the player and win the match. L to R : row 1 : H, Hancock, F. Hunsucker, R Honbarrier, T Moss, D. Crawford, J Kerley, R. Barbee, H. Hawkins. row 2: W. Eidson, R, Honeycutt, T. Baucom, C. Price, K. Gibson, K. Dellinger, J. Patterson, Coach Mauldin. page ninety-six Up and over goes the Sophomore track star Mitchell Arnette as Coach Edmiston watches from the sidelines. TRACK TEAM Coach Ed Edmiston guided his Little Won- der thinclad charges through a successful season this year. The Wonder team pro- duced several outstanding winners in the middle distance and field events. The Won- ders showed strong gains over last season ' s field squad but suffered on the fast track. The WNCHSAA meet was still out of the Wonders ' grasp but the team certainly de- serves the praise of the student body. L to R : row I : C Farley, B. Shinn, G Stancil. L. Jordan. row 2, B. Field, B. Critz, S. Boggs, B. Chapman, T. Bryant, row 3: M. Prim, E. Gilliam. page ninety-seven L. to R : row 1 : Mickey Hicks, Harry Greene, Gerald Honeycutt. BASEBALL Mickey Hicks and Phil Mauldin practice the double play in preparation for the first Wonder game. page ninety-eight row 2: Coach Chalk, Phil Mauldin, Johnny Faust, Gerald Bost, Kenneth Bost, Ronnie Funderburk, Coach Watts. Coaches Watts and Chalk were looking forward to the new faces and veterans to be seen on the Little Wonder baseball team. The team was full of pep and hustle from mid-March until the last game. The baseball team rounded out a good year for sports at Brown High in 1 963. Wonder Ace Ronnie Funderburk whips a fastball by opposing batter to gain Brown High ' s first win of season. JUNIOR MISS HI MISS Sharoyn Absher This year two girls repre- sented Brown High as Miss Hi Miss at Winthrop College. 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SENIOR STATISTICS TONY ADAMS KAY FRANCES ALEXANDER— F.H.A 1, 2; Homeroom treasurer 1 , chaplain 2 CAROLYN HAAS ALLEN— Bible club 1, 2; F.H.A. 1, 2. GRADY THOMAS ALLEN — Homeroom president 1 ; Science club 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 3; Library club 1; Monitor 3; Brown Masquers 4. ROBERT LEE ALLEN, JR. — Football 1, 2; Homeroom presi- dent 1, chaplain 2, officer 4. ROBERT EARL ALLEY— Band 1,2, 3, 4, drum major 4, All- State Band 3; Track 1 ; Brown Masquers 4; OKLAHOMA 4, " From Broadway To Dickens " 4, ANITA GAYLE ASHLEY— Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; FT A 2; Li- brary assistant 1 ; BROWN BEAT and ALBROKAN staff 3, 4, feature editor 4, typist 3, 4; Homeroom officer 3; Latin club 1 ; Cheerleader 4; Student Government decorations committee 4; Pep club 3; Tri-Sci club 2; Bible club 3; May Day program 2. LINDA MARIE AUTEN — Transferred from East Mecklen- burg 4; Art club 2; Chorus 1. DOUGLAS LEE BARGER -Band 1 ; Monitor 1 ; Guidance as- sistant 2, page 3; Brown Masquers 3, 4; National Thespian Society 3, 4; Junior Class play 3; Brown Masquers play 3, 4; Christmas play 3, 4; Chapel Hill Summer Session 3; French club 3, 4 , Latin club 1 . REBECCA JANE BARNARD— ALBROKAN and BROWN BEAT staff 3, 4; French club 4, treasurer 4; F.T A. 3, 4; treasurer 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1 , 2, 3, 4, vice-president 2, treasurer 3; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Session House 2; Speech club 4; Science award I ; A, L. Brown scrapbook 3; Pep club 3. LINDA ELIZABETH BARNES— Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Sponsor 1, 4; Monitor 1 ; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Scrapbook editor 1 ; Chaplain 2; Homeroom officer 1,3; Quill and Scroll 2, 3, 4, vice- president 4, Thespians 3, 4, chaplain 4; May Day program 2, 3; Junior Class play 3; Brown Masquers play 3, 4; Dickens ' " A Christmas Carol " 3, 4; C D. A. 3, 4; Easter play 3, 4; Brown Masquers 3, 4, BROWN BEAT and ALBROKAN staff 3, 4, copy editor-in-chief 3, 4; Service award 3; Senior Hall of Fame 4; French club 4; Homecoming committee 2; J un- ior-Senior committee 3; Senior Follies 4. RALPH FELKER BARNHARDT— Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom president 3; Band I, 2, 3, 4, president 4; Spanish club 4 RAY EUGENE BARNHARDT— Band 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, treasurer 3, Delegate to H-Y Conference 3; Homeroom chaplain 1, 2, vice-president 3. TONY BARNHARDT — President of Freshman Class 1 ; Bas- ketball 1, 2; Football 1; F.F.A, 1, 2, 3; Library club 2, 3, president 3; I.C.T. club 4, publicity director 4. BILLY BARRETT — Homeroom president 4; I.C.T. club 4, chaplain 4, MITCHELL WAYNE BAUCOM — Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Track 1 ; Basketball I ; Wrestling 2; Hall of Fame 4; Junior Rotarian 4, Hi-Y president 2, 3; Delegate to National Hi-Y Council 4, President of District Hi-Y 3, 4; Key club presi- dent 4; Junior Class president 3; Y ' s Men Boy of the Month 3; Key club convention 3; Hi-Y convention 1, 2, 3; World Service Chairman Council of Carolinas 3; Physics club 4. CHARLES LARRY BAXTER — Session House I ; Office page I, Track I, 2; Football 1; Homeroom treasurer 4; Spanish club 3, 4; DE ' club 4, treasurer 4. SHARON REBECCA BEASLEY — Homeroom officer 2; Mixed chorus 1, 2, 3; Pep club 3; Monitor 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 4, Delegate 3. EARNEST DEAN BECK MICHAEL RICHARD BEVERAGE— Science club 1 ; Wres- tling 1, 2, 3, 4. DWIGHT EDWARD BLACK— Band 1, 2, 3, 4, drum captain 4; DE 3. page one hundred nine SENIOR STATISTICS PATSY LYNEA HONEYCUTT BLACK— Chorus 1 ; Assistant teacher ' for physical education 4. JUDY ELAINE BLALOCK— Monitor 1, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, vice-president 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; FT. A. 4, president 4; French club 3, 4; F.N A 2, STEPHEN GRAHAM BOGGS— Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 4, secretary 4; Monitor 1 ; French club 3, 4; Tri-Sci club 3, 4; Track 3; Hi-Y Basketball 4; Physics club 4. ETHEL ELIZABETH BRADSHAW— Chorus 1 ; Bible club 3; Homeroom president 2, secretary 4; Monitor 3, 4; Alternate Cheerleader 3, 4; F.N. A. 4, reporter 4; High chocolate salesman 4. SANDRA )ANE BRANTLEY -Science club 1, 2, District science fair winner 1 ; Latin club 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y ], 2, 3, 4; Pep club 3 ; Monitor I . MARY ANN BRIGMAN —Chorus 1 ; Homeroom treasurer 1 ; Bible club 3; Pep club 3; F.N. A. 3; D.E. club 3, 4, chap- lain 3. MARILYN FAYE BRINDLE— Page 1; Homeroom chaplain 2; Monitor 3; Session House 3; Bible club 3, 4, officer 4; Spanish club 4. SANDRA KAY BROOKS— Student teacher in Bible 1 ; Home- room chaplain 1; F.H.A. 2; Tri-Sci 2; Girls ' Chorus 1, 3; Mixed Chorus 4; F.N, A, 4; Bible club 3; Pep club 3; Monitor 3. BETTY ANN BROWN— F.N A 3; F.H.A. 2; Monitor 3; Bible club 3; Library assistant 1. JAMES DOUGLAS BROWN— Hi-Y 1 ; I.C.T. club 3, 4, sec- retary 4; Homeroom treasurer 4. TOMMY BROWN —Student teacher 1, 2; Homeroom vice- president 1 ; French club 3, 4; Tri-Sci club 4; Physics club 4; ORVAL KING BUNDY, JR.— Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, officer 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin club 1; Homeroom vice-president I, treasurer 2. JAMES HARRISON BURR— Bible club 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Wrestling I; Monitor 1. ROXIE DIANNE BURRIS— Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. 4, social com- mittee 3, program committee 4; F.H A, 2; Pep club 3; Chorus 1 ; Monitor 1 , 3. ROGER DALE BURROUGHS— Football 1, 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3 ; D E. 4 JOHNNY RAY CAMPBELL SYBLE JOSEPHINE CAMPBELL— Monitor 1; Library assist- ant 1; Pep club 2, 3; Bible club 3. PAMELA SUE CANNON -Latin club 1, 2; Homeroom presi- dent 2, vice-president 2, secretary 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, scrapbook editor 3, treasurer 4; Pep club 3; Monitor 2, 3, 4; Speech club 2; Band sponsor 1 ; Session House 1. JO ELLEN CARPENTER— Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin club 1, 2; F.N. A. 2, 3; Monitor 4; Speech club 4. DONALD RAY CARROUTH -Monitor 1, 4; Latin club 1, 2, treasurer 2; Science club 2; Bible club 1, 2; Homeroom officer 1, 2. MYRON LUTHER CAUBLE, JR.— Student Government 2. 3. 4, Session House 2, Council 3, president 4, delegate to WDNCSCC 3, NCSCC discussion leader 4, Camp Cheley 4; Flail of Fame 4; Key club 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3, Convention delegate 3; Junior Rotarian 4; Merit scholastic semi-finalist 4; Science fair winner 1, 2, district winner 2; Wrestling 1 ; Boys ' State 4; Hi-Y 2, 4; Office page 1, 2; Brown Masquers 3, 4; National Thespians society 3, 4; " Look Homeward Angel " 3, OKLAHOMA 4. JO ANGELUS CHAMBERS— Band ] , 2, 3, 4, sponsor 1 . 4, All State band 1 . Latin club 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; FT A 3, 4, treasurer 3. secretary 4; Brown Masquers 3, 4, Home- room vice-president 4; Make-up chairman for OKLAHOMA 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Monitor 3; F.N A. 3; Bulletin board committee chairman 2; National Thespians society 4. GARY RAY CHAPMAN -Band 1, 2, 3; Bible club 4; Speech club 4; I.C.T. club 4. CAROLYN DALE CHASTINE — Library assistant 1 ; Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4; Homeroom bulletin board chairman 2; Moni- tor 3; Lab assistant 4; Brown Masquers 4. EMMA SUE CHEEK — Session House 1, 3; Science club 1, secretary 1 ; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, vice-president 3; French club 3, 4, vice-president 4; Speech club 4, treasurer 4; Home- room officer 1,4; Monitor 1, 3, 4, secretary 4; ALBROKAN and BROWN BEAT staff 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Junior- Senior committee 3; Bulletin board chairman 4; Social com- mittee 4; Motto committee chairman 4; Pep club 3; Home- coming committee 4, MAXINE CHILDERS — Office page 1; Homeroom officer 1, 3, 4; Bible club 3; Senior Class poem committee 4; Citizen of the month 4; Social committee 4; Bulletin board commit- tee 4; Duplicating assistant 3, 4; Monitor 3, 4. BETTY JO CLARK — Chorus 1 ; Homeroom bulletin board chairman 1, treasurer 2, bulletin board chairman 3, vice-pres- ident 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1 ; Librarian 2, 3, 4, officer 3, 4; Spanish club 3; FT. A. 3, 4, officer 4; D.E. 4, vice-president 4; Citizen of the month 4. BOBBY CLAYTON —Library club 4 RICHARD CHARLES CLINE -Football 1 ; Track 1 , 2; Session House 1 ; Homeroom president 1, vice-president 2, president 4, treasurer 3; Science club 1, reporter 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, vice- president 2; Junior Class vice-president 3; Senior Class vice-president 4; Junior-Senior planning committee 3; as- sembly planning committee 4; Band I, 2, 3, 4; Hall of Fame 4. MICK COBB— Band 1 , Brown Masquers 3, 4; National Thespians society 3, 4, technical director 4, stage crew 2, 3, 4, Homeroom officer 2. ROSS COILE— Track 1, 2, Football 1; Bible club 3. PEGGY JEAN COMPTON— Monitor 1 ; F.N. A. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4. BRENDA SUE CONNELLY— Monitor 1, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 4; Bible club 3; Latin club 1 ; Girls ' chorus 1, 3. SUSIE COWAN— Band 1, 2, 3, 4; All State band 1 ; T ri-Hi-Y 1 , Latin dub 1, 2, Monitor 1 ; Science fair winner 3; Com- mencement marshal 3; Spanish club 3, 4; Social chairman 4; Brown Masquers 3, 4, cast of " Teahouse of the August Moon, " " A Christmas Carol, " " Look Homeward, Angel " 3; State magazine publication 3; Creative writing award 3; Senior Class poem committee 4; Student teacher 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Homecoming publicity committee 4. FLETCHER FORBIS CRANFORD, JR.— Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; French club 3, 4, president 4; Monitor 1,4; Conv mencement marshal 3; Homeroom officer 1, 3. DAVID BROWN CRAWFORD— ALBROKAN and BROWN BEAT staff 3, 4; Monogram club 2, 3, 4; Wrestling ], 2, 3, 4; Football 1 ; Tri-Sci club 3; Hi-Y 1, 3; Pep club 3. GLENDA YVONNE CRUMBLEY— Secretary of Student Body 3; Delegate to State Student Council convention and work- shop 3; Secretary of Sophomore Class 2; Honor society 2, 3, 4, president 4; Hall of Fame 4; DAR Good Citizen 4; Commencement marshal 3; French club 3, 4; Pep club 3; Tri-Sci club 1, 2, secretary 2, Tri-Hi-Y ], 2, secretary 1; Monitor 1; Office page 3; Banking assistant 4; First aid assistant 4; Homeroom officer 2, 3, 4; Student teacher 2; Chairman social committee 4; Girls ' state 4. CECIL LEON CURRIE BEVERLY DANCY — Office page 1 ; Science club 1 ; Spanish class chaplain 3; Spanish club 3, 4, chaplain 4; D.E. club 4, reporter 4. RONALD DANIEL SHIRLEY MARIE DANIEL — Office page 1 ; Session House 1 ; Science club 1,2; French club 3, 4, secretary 4; Bible club 3, 4, vice-president 3; Honor society 3, 4, secretary 4; page one hundred ten SENIOR STATISTICS Homeroom officer 2, 3, 4; Senior Class chaplain 4; Monitor 3; Duplicating assistant 4; ALBROKAN and BROWN BEAT staff 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Junior-Senior committee 3; Bulletin board committee 4; Social committee 4; Homecom- ing committee 3; Commencement marshal 3; Citizenship committee 3; Pep club 3; Hall of Fame 4. BRENDA ANN DAYVAULT— Band 1; Latin club 1, 2; Tri- Hi- Y 3; Brown Masquers 3; Office page 3, 4; Monitor 3, 4; Homeroom chaplain 3; Junior Class treasurer 3; Senior Class treasurer 4; Hall of Fame 4; Evaluation committee 3, 4; Pep club 3; Homecoming committee 3, 4; Junior-Senior committee 3; Student teacher 4; Social committee 4. ERNIE EUGENE DEAL— D E club 3, 4 STEVEN LEE DEAL— Band 1, 2, 3; Track 1,2; Wrestling 1, 2; Football 1,3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Dele- gate 1, 2, 3; Homeroom president 1, treasurer 2. JANET ILENE DeMARCUS— Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Monitor 1, 4; F.N.A. 2; First aid assistant 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, delegate 1 ; Y Leaders club 1, 2, 3; Homeroom officer 3, chaplain 1, 2; Latin club 1, 2; Pep club 3 JUDITH REBECCA DeMARCUS— Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, co- captam 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. chaplain 1, delegate 1; Y Leaders club 1, 2, 3; Latin club 1, 2; Monitor 1, 4; Pep club 3; Girls ' chorus 1 ; Homeroom secretary 3, 4; Session house 2; Constitution committee 3, Football sponsor 2; May Day 2, Maid of Honor 4; May Queen Maid of Honor 4. MARY ANN DeMARCUS— Bible club 2, 3, 4, French club 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; F.N.A. 2; Football sponsor 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. JULIA ANN DOVE — Latin club 1; Band 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, French club 3, 4; Brown Masquers 3, 4; " Look Homeward, Angel " 3, OKLAHOMA 4; Senior Follies 4; Office page 3, 4; Assembly 2; Monitor 1, 4; Football sponsor 1 ; Session house 3; Hot dog committee 4. SURRETTA PAULETTE DUNCAN— Mixed chorus 2; Tri- Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom treasurer 2, chaplain 3; Monitor 3; Duplicating staff 4; Student Government typist 4; Girls ' chorus 1 . PATSY KEY DUNCAN— Bible club 2; Monitor 1; Library assistant 1 . LARRY WAYNE DUNN— Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4, vice- president 4; Spanish club 4 JOYCE ANN EARLEY — Monitor 1; Homeroom secretary 1, president 2; District Science fair winner 1 ; Science club 1, 2; Guidance assistance 2; Bible club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, scrapbook committee 2, social committee chair- man 4; BROWN BEAT and ALBBROKAN staff 3, 4; BROWN BEAT editor 3, ALBROKAN editor 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; French club 3, 4; Brown Masquers 3, 4; National Thespians society 4; " Teahouse of the August Moon " cast 3, make-up committee for " A Christmas Carol " and " Look Homeward, Angel " 3, pianist for OKLAHOMA and " From Broadway to Dickens " 4, CDA festival 4, work- shop 4; Junior-Senior committee 3, Governor ' s Youth Fitness Conference at Raleigh 4; Winthrop Editors ' Conference at Rock Hill 4; Citizen of the month 3; Staff service award 3, 4; Senior Follies 4; Hall of Fame 4. BARBARA EARNHARDT— Bible club 3; F.N.A. 3. RONDAL FORD ELLER — Homeroom president 1, vice-presi- dent 2; Monitor 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-president West- ern district; Brown Masquers 3, 4, Best supporting actor of the year 3; National Thespians society 3, 4; Junior Class play 3; Band 1 ; " A Christmas Carol " 4, REGINA CORENE EUBANKS — Transferred from Concord 4; Dramatics club 1, 2, 3 ; Homeroom officer 1,2; Glee club 1; Art club 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Student assembly 1, 2; Monogram 2, 3; F H.A, 2, 3; F.N.A. 2, 3; D.E. 4 LYNDA LOU FARMER— Monitor 3 4; FNA. 3, 4, vice- president 4; Basketball 1, 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; F H A 1, 2 GEORGE WILLIAM FISHER — Monogram secretary 4; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. JANICE LEOLA FOIL — Monitor 1 ; Latin club 1, 2, chaplain 2, French club 3, 4; Science club 2; Brown Masquers 3, 4; OKLAHOMA 4; Girls ' chorus 1 ; Motto committee 4; Junior- Senior decorating committee 3; NEDT scholastic award 2; Publicity committee for Homecoming 2; Physics club 4, SANDRA FORTSON— Office page 1 ; Bible club 3; Monitor 3, 4. HOWARD A. FOSTER— Spanish club 4; Tri-Sci club 4; Physics club 4. NANCY LEE FOX— Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Bible club 3, 4; Brown Masquers 3, 4; Homecoming publicity committee 4. HARVEY DEAN FREEMAN— Session house 1; Monitor 1, treasurer 1 ; Homeroom president 1, 4, treasurer 2; Hi-Y 1 ; Band 1. 2, 3, 4. DANETTE FREEZE— Chief cheerleader 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3; Girls ' chorus 1 ; Monitor 3, 4; Brown Mas- quers 3; Homeroom secretary 1, secretary-treasurer 3, bul- letin board chairman 2, chaplain 4; Pep club 3. JOYCE FRYE — Transferred from North Rowan 4. RONNIE EARL FUNDERBURK— Band 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, co-captain 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Homeroom vice-president 2, president 3; May Day escort 3; Key club 3, 4; Monogram club 3, 4, vice-president 4; Session house 4; Hall of Fame 4, WILLIAM GARY FUNDERBURKE DOUGLAS GAITHER SYLVIA ANN GANTT — Bible club 2, 3, chorister 2; Mixed chorus 2, 3, 4, robe chairman 2, 3; Tri-Sci 2; French club 3, 4; Homeroom chaplain 3; Monitor 1; Constitution com- mittee 2; FNA 2, 3, 4, vice-president 3, president 4; Science club 1 ; Girls ' chorus 1 ; Essay winner 1, 2; Mixed chorus typist 2, 3. WILLIAM PHIL GIBSON— Band 1 2, 3, 4; Track 1 ; Spanish club 4; Latin club 1 ; Physics club 4. EVERETTE LEE GILLIAM— Science club 1 , 2, 3, 4, treasurer 1, president 4; Track 1 ; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, clean up committee 2; Library club 2, 3; Run clock for football games 2; Ses- sion House 4; Monogram club 4 WILLIAM CARROLL GOODMAN— Science club 1 , Football 1 ; Band 1 ; Brown Masquers 3, 4; National Thespians Society 3, 4; Homeroom officer 4; Monitor 4; Social committee 4; Junior-Senior committee 3; Homecoming committee 4; Dele- gate to Carolina Dramatics Institute 4; Hall of Fame com- mittee 4; French club 4. LINDA IRENE GRANT —Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, delegate 3, 4. social chairman 3; Speech club 4; French club 3, 4; Home- room party chairman 1, treasurer 2; Senior Follies 4. FRANCES ANN GREENE— Chorus 1 ; Tri-Hi-Y 1 ; Home- room secretary 1 ; F.N.A. 2; D.E. club 3, 4, secretary 4. HARRY EUGENE GREENE, JR.— Football 1, 2, 3, 4, All con- ference 2, 4, All state 4, co-captain 4; Baseball 3, 4; Bas- ketball 1 ; Track 2, Monogram club 2, 3, 4; Basketball co- captain 1 ; Hall of Fame 4; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Tri- Sci club 4; May Day escort 2; Spanish club 4; Student teacher 1,2; Escort Miss Merry Christmas 1,4; Latin club 1 ; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHNNY MICHAEL GREENE — Homeroom vice-president 2, president 3; D E. club 3, 4. BARBARA ELAINE GREGORY— Monitor 1, 3, 4, Librarian 1 , Latin club 1, 2; F N A 2, 3, 4, secretary 3; Bible club 3, 4, chaplain 3. LESTER EUGENE GRIFFIN — Homeroom vice-president 1, president 3, vice-president 4; Basketball 3; Spanish club 3. MICHAEL R. GRIFFIN— Basketball 1; Baseball 2, 3. 4, Speech club 4, president 4; Band 1,2; Monogram club 4 page one hundred eleven SENIOR STATSSTICS MARY ALICE GRIFFITH — Monitor 3, 4; Band 1 ; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; F.N.A. 1. FLOYD WESLEY HAMILTON— Session House 3; Bible club 4. GERALD LEE HAMILTON —Monitor 1; Library assistant 1; Male chorus 1 , Mixed chorus 2, 3, 4, president 4; Homeroom officer 1; Bible club 1, 2, 3, officer 2, 3; Pep club 3; ALBROKAN and BROWN BEAT staff 3; Lab assistant 4; French club 3, 4, ALFREDA CAROLE HARDIN— Student teacher 2, 3, 4; Tri- Hi-Y I. 2, secretary 2; Latin club 1, 2, secretary 2; FT A. 2, 3, treasurer 2, vice-president 3; Office page 1 ; Homeroom secretary 1 ; Session House 3; Commencement marshal 3; Spanish club 4; Speech club 4; Mascot committee 4; Brown Masquers 3, 4; " A Christmas Carol " cast 3, publicity com- mittee for " Teahouse of the August Moon " 3, marshal for OKLAHOMA 4. BILLIE CAROL HARPER -Science club 1; Math club I; 4-H club 1; F.N.A 2, 3; Mixed chorus 3; Bible club 3; Monitor 4, BEVERLY JEAN HARRINGTON -Monitor 1; Latin club 1, president 1 , Tn-Hi-Y 1 , 2, 3, secretary 3, delegate 1 ; Ses- sion House I ; Maid of Honor Valentine Court I ; Student teacher 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball I ; Band 1 , 2, 3, 4, majorette 1 , 3, 4, chief I ; Sophomore Class president 2; Co-Ed steer- ing committee 1,3; Junior-Senior decorating committee 3; Homecoming half-time committee chairman 3, Homecoming chairman 4; Student council 3, 4; Band secretary 4; Home- room president 1, vice-president 2, 3, 4; Spanish club 4; May Day dance 2, 3; Hall of Fame 4: All state band 1. MARTY HARRISON— Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, secretary 3; Library assistant I ; Mixed chorus 2, 3; F.N.A, 2, 3, reporter 3; Cheerleader 3, 4, chief 4; Monitor 4; Hall of Fame 4; Homeroom treasurer 4. LINDA KAY HART -F N A 4. Bible club 2. ANN TUCKER HARTZOG-F N A 4. GARY MADISON HASTINGS— I C.T. 4 GUY HATLEY -Session House 1 ; Monitor I ; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Student teacher 2; Spanish club 3, 4, treasurer 4; Physics club 4. MARILYN EDYTHE HILL -Session House 1, 2, 3; Sopho- more Class treasurer 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, chaplain I. vice-president 2, reporter 3, secretary 4; Spanish club 4; Science club 1 ; Speech club 4, secretary 4; Home- room secretary 4; Junior-Senior decorating committee 3; English class secretary 4; Sophomore committee chairman for student directory 2. VICKY GAIL HILL— F.N.A. 4; Science club 1 ; Band 1 . WILLIAM DENNIS HILL — School critic 4; Key club 2, 3, 4, secretary 4; Session House 1 ; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, delegate to Southern Convention and delegate to Carolinas Convention BENNY KERMIT HINSON — Football 1 , 2, 3, 4, co-captain 4; Basketball I. 2, 3, 4; Homeroom officer 2, 3, president 4; Monogram club 3, 4. president 4; Key club 4, Recommended for Shrine Bowl 4; All conference football 4; Hall of Fame 4; Escort for May Day 3. JOHNNY HOCE — Monogram club 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4, all conference association; Football 1 ; Hi-Y 1 , 2, 3, 4, dele- gate 3; Homeroom vice-president 2, officer 3. GILBERT WAYNE HODGE— Bible club 1; Band I; Pro- jectionist 2; D.E. 3. TONI ELAINE HOLDER— F N A 2; Bible club 3; D.E 3, 4, parliamentarian 4; Homeroom secretary 4; Library club 4. DAVID ROUND HOLMAN — Hi-Y 1 ; Science club president 1 ; Science award 1 ; Office page 1, 2, 3, 4; Session House I, 4; Spanish club 3, 4; Bible club 4; Social committee 4; Tn-Sci 3, 4. vice-president 3, 4; Physics club 4. GERALD DOUGLAS HONEYCUTT— Baseball 2, 3, 4; Mono- gram club 4; Hi-Y 4; Monitor 1 ; Stage crew 1 ; Homeroom officer 2, 3, 4. RANDY EDWARD HONEYCUTT —Homeroom treasurer 1 ; Hi-Y 1, 2; Tri-Sci 2, 3; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Monogram club 3, 4; D.E, 4. MARJORIE HOPSON— Bible club 3, 4; Spanish club 4. MARY CHARLENE HOWELL -Monitor 1 ; Homeroom re- porter I, secretary 2; Duplication staff 4; Student Govern- ment typist 4. MARIE ELAINE HUPSPETH -Monitor 1, 4; F.N.A. 2, 4. LORETTA PAYNE HONEYCUTT— Library club 1 ; F.H A. 2, F.N.A. 3; Monitor 4; Bible club 2; Chorus 1. PATRICIA KAY ISENHOUR — Homeroom officer 1, 2; Tri - Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4; F.N.A. 3; Library assistant 1; Student teacher 2; ALBROKAN and BROWN BEAT staff 3, 4; Brown Masquers 3, 4; " Teahouse of the August Moon, " " Look Homeward, Angel " 3, marshal for OKLAHOMA 4. LINDA ANNELLE IVEY — Chorus 1; Homeroom officer 1, 3, 4; Monitor 4, BETTY LOUISE JOHNSON— Office page 1 ; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, secretary 4; Tri-Sci 1, 2; Brown Masquers 3, 4; Home- room vice-president 2; French club 4; F.N.A. 3; National Thespians society 4 NICKY H. JOHNSON— Bible club 2, 3; Mixed chorus 3. HERMAN DWIGHT JONES LARRY WAYNE JORDON — Office page I ; Session House 1, 3, 4; Track 1,3; Science club 1 ; Leaders club 3; Spanish club 3, 4, president 4; D.E. club 4. JANET ELAINE KENNERLY— Basketball 1 , 2; 3, 4; F.H. A 1 ; Bible club I ; Monitor I, 4; Pep club 3. SHERRY JOAN KERLEY— Office page I ; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, treasurer I, president 4; Homeroom officer 1 ; ALBROKAN and BROWN BEAT staff 3, 4, advertising manager 3; Pep club 3; Science club 1 ; F.N.A. 2; Speech club 4. VERA KERLEY— Bible club 2, 3; Home Economics 2, 3, reporter 2, secretary 3; F.N.A. 2; First aid assistant 3; Girls ' chorus t ; Pep club 3. RONALD KING SYLVIA SMITH KOBULNICKY— Office page 1, 4; School reporter 1 ; Student Government 1 ; Latin club 2; French club 3, 4; French honor society 4; Science club 2, 3, DAVID LAWING— Hi-Y I, 2; D E club 4. HAROLD LEFLER— Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram club 4. BRENDA JOYCE LITAKER— Latin club 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Session House 3; F.N.A, 2, 3, historian 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Poem committee 4; Lab assistant 4; Homeroom chaplain 2. LINDA JEAN LITAKER — Latin club 1 ; F.N.A 2, secretary 2, Homeroom vice-president 3, 4; Student teacher 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Lab assistant 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Spanish club 4. BRENDA SUE LITTLE —Basketball 1, 2, 4; Homeroom presi- dent I; Session House 2, treasurer 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; scrapbook editor 4; Co-chief monitor 4; Speech club 4. EVELYN REBECCA LITTLE— Bible club 3; F.N.A. 3; F.H. A. 3, 4, chaplain 4; Pep club 3; Assistant teacher 4. BETTY KATHERINE LOVE— ' Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Blue Ridge delegate 1, Conference delegate 1, 4, president 2, chaplain 3; Band I ; Sponsor 1, Basketball I ; May Day attendant 2; Sophomore Class vice-president 2; Brown Masquers 3; Homeroom president I, 3, chaplain 4; Football sponsor 2; Spanish club 3, 4; Monitor 1, 3; Latin club 1; Alternate cheerleader 3; Student teacher 1. PEGGY LOWE — Monitor I ; Librarian 2. HUBERT SPENCER LYLERLY II— Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Science club 1 ; Montage art editor 3, 4; BROWN BEAT and ALBROKAN staff 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Hi-Y officer 1, page one hundred twelve SENIOR STATISTICS 2, 3, 4; French club 4; Monitor 1, 4; Class poem committee 4; Bulletin board chairman 1, 4; Pep club 3; Band 1; junior class play cast 3; Brown Masquers 3; Thespians 3. ROY EZRA LYNCH — Monitor 1 ; Homeroom chaplain 1 ; Basketball 4. REBECCA LYNN McCLAM ROCK— Cheerleader 1, 4; Ses- sion House 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Homeroom officer 2, 3; Pep club 2. ALICE DIANE McCOMBS — Monitor 1, 4, French club 3, 4, Pep club 3; F.N.A. 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Lab assistant 4; Publicity committee for homecoming 4; Editor of CANNON SPOTLIGHT 1 ; Homeroom social committee chairman 1 ; English Class secretary 4. CATHY VOORHEIS McCOMBS — Band 1 ; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Monitor 1 ; Tri-Sci club 1, 2; Session House 1 ; Tri- Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Officer 2, 3; School dance committee 1 ; F.N.A. 2, 3; French club 3, 4; D E club 4. SHARON ALEXANDER McCOMBS— Band 1 , 2, 3, 4, sponsor 4; Session House 1; Monitor 1, 4; Homeroom president 4; French club 3, 4; Color and Flower committee 4; Junior- Senior decorations committee 3; N.E.D.T, scholastic award 2; Publicity committee for Homecoming 3; Banker 4; May Day dance 3. THOMAS DURRELL McCURDY— Stage crew 1 ; Homeroom vice-president 2; DE club 3, 4. JERRY MARTIN McGEE — Homeroom president 1,2; Foot- ball 1 ; Wrestling 1 ; Hi-Y 1 , 2, 3, 4; D E. club 3; Tri-Sci club 3; Student teacher. REBECCA LYNN McLEOD — Student Government vice-presi- dent 1; Homeroom secretary 1, vice-president 3, president 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, chaplain 4; Latin club 1, treasurer I; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, majorette 1, 3, 4; Sophomore council member 1; Junior-Senior committee 3; Band secretary 3; Senior class secretary 4; Chairman evaluation committee 4; May Day attendant 3; Homecoming attendant 4; Miss Hi Miss 4; French club 4; Program chairman 4; Hall of Fame 4. JUDY ANN MENIUS — Monitor 1; Office page 3; Spanish club 4; Homeroom officer 1; Librarian 1; Science club 1 VERONICA KAY MICHAEL — Transferred from Bessemer City 2. LANCE MONROE MIDDLETON— Bible club 2, 3; Pep club 3; Monitor 1, 3; Lab assistant 4; Library assistant 1; Pep chorus 1 ; Latin club 1 , 2. MARGARET MARIE M ILLS— Library assistant 1 ; Monitor, 3, 4; F.N.A. 2. CAROLYN ANNE M ITCHELL— Tri-Hi-Y 1; Science club 1 ; Monitor 1 ; Pep club 3; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 4; Session House 1, 2, 3; Office page 4; Girls ' chorus 1 ; Lab assistant 3; French club 3, 4; Speech club 4; Honor society 3, 4, vice-president 4; Student banker 3; Scholastic award 2, 3; Commencement marshal 3; Historian 4; Student teacher 1, 2, 3; Science fair 1, 2; Hall of Fame 4; Girls ' state 3; Jun- ior-Senior decorating committee 3. CHARLES WAYNE MITCHELL NANCY JUANITA MORRIS— Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, reporter 4; Monitor 1, 3, 4; Spanish club 3, 4, vice-president 4; Pep club 3; Homeroom officer 1 ; Mascot committee 4; F T A. 2, 3, 4; Parliamentarian 4; Bible club 4; Assistant teacher for Physical Education 4. MICHAEL WEST MOSS- -Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 4; Key club 4; Physics club 4; Monogram club 4, treasurer 4; Stage manager 4; Brown Masquers 3, 4; National Thespians 4; Session House 1 ; Of- fice page 1 ; Science club 1, winner 1,3; Student teacher 1. BRENDA LEE NELMS— ' Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2; F.H.A. 2; Moni- tor 1, 4. MARTHA ANN NELMS — Band 1, 2, 3, 4, majorette 1, 4, all state band 1 ; Session House 1 ; Brown Masquers 3, 4; National Thespians society 3, 4, vice-president 4, cast members in " Teahouse of the August Moon " 3, OKLAHOMA 4, " From Broadway to Dickens " 4, co-chairman properties for " Look Homeward, Angel " 3; Latin club 1 ; French club 3, 4; Junior-Senior committee 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, president 2, delegate 3; May Day chairman 3; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Football sponsor 2; Senior Follies 4; Student teacher 1,2; Montage staff 4. BILLY NESBITT— Band 1, 2, 3, 4 , Brown Masquers 3, 4; French club 4; Monitor 1; Homeroom officer; National Thespians society 4. GARY DALE NORRIS— Basketball 1 ; Track 1 ; Homeroom president 2, 4; Band 1 ; Class secretary 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin club 2. ANITA ROWELL ORBISON NANCY RUTH OSBORN— ALBROKAN and BROWN BEAT staff 3, 4; Bible club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorister 4, F N.A 3; F.T.A 2; Spanish club 3, 4, parliamentarian and sergeant- at-arms 4; Montage staff 2, 3, 4, Sophomore editor 2, Junior editor 3, Senior editor 4; Latin club 1, pianist 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 2, 3, 4, Secretary and Treasurer 4; Office page 3, 4; Monitor; Lab assistant. WAYNE ALEXANDER OVERCASH— Football 1 ; Stage crew 1, 3, 4; Brown Masquers 3, 4; National Thespians society 3, 4; Homeroom vice-president 2, president 3; Session House 1 , Monitor 1 ; Physics club 4; Junior-Senior banquet committee 3; Color and flower committee 4; Junior Class play 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Senior Follies 4. SUE ELWOOD PADDIE— Latin club 1; Monitor 1; Bible club 1, 2. MARTHA MEEKS PALMER— F. H A 2; Bible club 2, 3, officer 2; D.E club 4. LARRY PARKS ELIZABETH DEANE PATE— Spanish club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, chaplain 1; ALBROKAN and BROWN BEAT staff 3, 4; ALBROKAN advertising manager and business manager 4; Bible club 3, 4, reporter 3, president 4, Pep club 3; Home- room officer 2, 3, chaplain 2, 3; First aid assistant 4; Science fair 2; Student teacher 4; Football sponsor 2, Girls ' chorus 1 ; Senior Follies 4. JANICE ARLEEN PENCE — Librarian 1 ; Monitor 1 ; Latin club 1, 2; F.N.A. 3, 4; DE club 4, LINDA KAY PENNELL— Cheerleader 1, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, co-captain 4, all conference 2; Homeroom treasurer 1, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, delegate 1, vice-president 2, presi- dent 3, chaplain 1 ; May Day 2; Latin club 1 ; Monitor 1, 4; Pep club 3; Row captain 3; Gjrls ' chorus 1 ; Bulletin board committee 3; Football sponsor 2; Leaders club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student teacher 4. NANCY ELIZABETH PERRY — Monitor 1 ; Homeroom vice- president 2; Mixed chorus 1, 2; Brown Masquers 2, 4, " Teahouse of the August Moon " part 2, " People are Partial to Peaches " part 2: CDA plays 2; National Thespians society 2, 4; French club 2; Pep club 2; OKLAHOMA 4; Publicity for " From Broadway to Dickens " 4; Marshal and make-up committee for ' Look Homeward, Angel " 2; Lab assistant 4; Hostess for Junior-Senior 2. ANDREA R. PHILLIPS BRENDA PINYAN — F.H.A. 3; F.N.A. 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Monitor 3, 4. CAROLYN ELAINE PLYLER— Science club 1, chaplain 1; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Bible club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 4; Monitor 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; Pep club 2, 3; Brown Masquers 4; F.H A. 4 LINDA FAY POOLE JUDY KAY POSTON— Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, delegate 3, officer 3, 4; F.T.A. 4, page one hundred thirteen SENIOR STATISTICS MYRA EARLINE PRESSLEY— ALBROKAN and BROWN BEAT staff 3, 4, circulation manager 3, advertising assistant 3, advertising manager BROWN BEAT 4; Brown Masquers 3, 4; " Teahouse of the August Moon " make-up and publi- city committees 3, " A Christmas Carol " make-up committee 3, " Look Homeward, Angel " program chairman, publicity and ticket committee 3, three one-act plays, publicity 3, OKLAHOMA publicity chairman 4, properties committee 4, " From Broadway to Dickens " publicity chairman 4, " Rhi- nocerous " publicity 4, C.DA. festival 3, 4, workshop 4; Color and flower committee 4; National Thespians society 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; School correspondent 4; CAN- NON SPOTLIGHT 1 ; Homeroom officer 1,2; Lab assistant 4; Office page 1 ; Pep club 3; Science fair 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, scrapbook editor 1 ; Junior-Senior decorating com- mittee 3; Hot dog selling committee 4. LINDA KAY PREVETTE— Tri-Hi-Y 3; Homeroom secretary 3; Brown Masquers 4. CHIPPER PRICE — Wrestling 1, 2, 4; Track 1, 3, 4; Mono- gram club 4, BARBARA SUE RAINWATER— Monitor 1, 4; Homeroom officer 1, secretary and treasurer 2, chaplain 3; Brown Masquers 4. TERRY WADSWORTH RIDENHOUR— Office page 1 ; Home- room secretary 1; Monitor 3, 4; Session House 3; Senior Class president 4; Physics club 4; Senior hot dog selling committee 4. BRENDA |OYCE RITCHIE JULIA ELLEN RITCHIE— Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2; Monitor I, 4; Girls ' chorus 1 ; Brown Masquers 3, 4; National Thespians society 3, 4; " Teahouse of the August Moon " part 3, " A Christmas Carol " part 3, 4; " Look Homeward, Angel " part 3; OKLAHOMA 4; " From Broadway to Dickens " part 4; Homeroom chaplain 4, Thespians treasurer 4. GLORIA ROPER — Girls ' chorus 1, 3, 4, vice-president 4; F.NA, 2; Brown Masquers 3. EDWARD S. RUMSEY, JR. —Honor society 3, 4; Key club 2, 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 2, 3, 4, president 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Brown Masquers 3, 4; Junior Class play 3, Brown Masquers plays 3, 4; Best actor ' s award 3; ALBROKAN editor 3; BROWN BEAT editor 4; Office page 3, 4; Moni- tor vice-president 1 ; Council member 1 ; Student council congress delegate 1 ; " Most Influential " award 1 ; Session House 2; Citizen of the month 3, 4; Staff award 3; Junior class social chairman 3; French club 3, 4; Hall of Fame 4; Boys ' state delegate 4; Editors ' conference dele- gate 4; Decoration committee chairman for student council 4; Homeroom officer 4; Senior song committee 4; District science fair I ; C D. A 4, workshop 4; Senior Follies 4; Senior hot dog selling committee 4, JIMMY RUTLEDGE — Homeroom president 1, vice-president 2, treasurer 3; Session House 4; Hi-Y 1 . 2, 3, 4. SARAH ALLENE SAWYER — Homeroom chaplain I ; Chorus 1 ; Bible club 2, 3. EDWARD EVANS SCARBORO— Band 1, 2, 3, 4, all state 1. 3, 4; Spanish club 4; Vice-president Band 4; Homeroom officer 2, 3; Hi-Y 1 , 2, 3, 4; Latin club 1. KENNETH SELLERS — Student Government award 1 ; Ses- sion House 1 ; Homeroom president 2, vice-president 4; Science club 1 ; Monitor 1,4; Bible club 1, 2, 3, 4, treasurer 4; Publicity chairman 2, 3; Pep club 3; French club 3, 4; Brown Masquers 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Social committee 4; Student banker 4. BRENDA SUE SHEEKS— Tri-Hi-Y 1; F.H.A. 3; Monitor 4; Library 1 . SANDRA KAY SHERRILL— ' Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, chaplain 2, vice-president 4; French club 3; Delegate to Blue Ridge 2; Duplication 4; Monitor 3, 4; Student Government typist 4, LINDA FAYE SHERRIN— Bible club 2. BARRY GENE SHINN — Office page 1 ; Monogram club 3, 4; Track 1, 3, 4. GLENNA ELAIN SHINN— Girls ' chorus 1. LARRY DEAN SIDES— Wrestling 2; Track 3; Librarian 1. ROSEMARY SILLS — Monitor 1,4; French club 3, 4; Brown Masquers 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Band 1 , 2, 3, 4, treasurer 4; ALBROKAN and BROWN BEAT staff 3; Commencement marshal 3; Junior-Senior committee 3; Color and flower committee chairman 4; Social committee 3; N.E.D.T. award 2; C .D A. Festival 3, 4; Junior Carolina playmaker 4; Science fair 1, 2; C.DA. workshop 4, district workshop 4. DAVID RILEY SIMERLY— Brown Masquers 3, 4, president 4; Thespians 3, 4, president 4; Cast of " Teahouse of the August Moon " 3, " People are Partial to Peaches " 3, " A Christmas Carol " 3, 4, OKLAHOMA 4, " From Broadway to Dickens " 4; Chairman of sound for " Look Homeward, Angel " 3; Latin club 1, 2; Tri-Sci 2; Bible club 4; National Honor society 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; French club 3, 4; Chairman of entertainment for Junior- Senior and M.C. 3; ALBROKAN and BROWN BEAT staff 3, 4; Homeroom president 2, 3; Scholastic award 2; Morehead Scholarship nominee 4; Brown Masquers ' scholarship to Carolina Play- makers ' summer workshop 3; Scholastic award for acting award 3; Color and flower committee 4; Hall of Fame 4; M.C. for May Day program 3; Workshop 3; Speech, club 2; Homecoming escort 4. BETTY SUE SIMMONS— Bible club 1, 2, 3; Homeroom chaplain I ; Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY ANN SIMPSON — Chorus 1 ; D.E. 3, 4, secretary 4; Lab assistant 4; Miss Cannon nominee 1. JUDY LEE SLAWSON — Girls ' chorus 1 ; Mixed chorus 2; Tri-Sci club 2; Science fair 2; Session House 1; Monitor I ; French club 3, 4, assistant social chairman 4; Pep club 3, row captain 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Homeroom chaplain 2. JEAN HOWARD SLOOP STEVEN CRAIG SLOOP — Office page 1, Latin club 1, 2; Commencement marshal 3; Physics club 4; College bowl 3; Morehead Scholarship nominee 4, KEITH G. SMALL — Band 1, 2, 3; Science club 2; I.C.T. vice-president 4; Homeroom chaplain 2, 3. DOUG SMITH — D. E, 3, 4, Association president 3. JANE ELIZABETH SMITH— Outstanding citizen 1; Latin club I ; Science club 1 ; Honor society 2, 3, 4, treasurer 3, chaplain 4; French club 3, 4; Hall of Fame 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Scrapbook editor 2; Homeroom chaplain 2, treasurer 3, 4; Brown Masquers 3, 4; Scrapbook editor 4; Banquet committee for Junior-Senior 3; Correspondence committee for homecoming 4; Banquet committee for homecoming 3; First aid assistant 3; Lab assistant 3; Chief marshal 3; Social committee 4; Outstanding student of 1962-1963; Office page 1 ; Chief monitor 4; Assistant teacher 1, 3, 4; Pep club 3; Hot dog selling committee 4; Student council 1. SANDRA YVONNE SORROW -Tri-Hi-Y 1 ; Monitor 1 ; Girls ' chorus 1 ; Mixed chorus 2, 3; Bible club 3, 4; F.NA. 2, 3, chaplain 3, Spanish club 4. BRENDA CAROL STANCIL— F H A 2; Bible club 2; Moni- tor 1 ; Tri-Hi-Y 1 ; Home Economics lab assistant 1 ; Library assistant 1. RAY EUGENE STANCIL -Homeroom vice-president 1 ; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1,2, 3, 4; Monogram club 3, 4; Library club president 4; Session House 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. LARRY STARNES— Band I ; D.E. club 4. PAUL STEVENS— Transferred 4, I.C.T. 4 WORLEY LANE STRIBLING — Homeroom officer 1, 2; Moni- tor 4; Bible club 2, 3; Latin club 1 ; Honor study hall 3, 4. page one hundred fourteen SENIOR STATISTICS ALICE ELIZABETH STROUP— Council Member 1; Most valuable student 1 , Science club 1 ; Vice-president Band 1 ; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, vice-president 1 ; Session House 3; Brown Masquers 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; French club 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; " Teahouse of the August Moon " , " Look Homeward, Angel " , " Objective Case " , " People are Partial to Peaches " 3; CD A actor ' s award, CD A. theater arts award 3; Best supporting actress 3; " Dickens Christmas Carol " 3, 4; " OKLAHOMA " 4; Best Thespian award 4. DANIEL LAMAR TALBERT — Science club 1, 2; Latin club 1, 2; ALBROKAN and BROWN BEAT staff 2, 3, 4; Sports editor of ALBROKAN 3; Sports editor of BROWN BEAT 3, 4; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA JEAN TAYLOR— Tri-Hi-Y 1 , 2, 3, 4 secretary 2, delegate to Blue Ridge 2; Mixed chorus 1, 4 3; Spanish club 4; Monitor 4; Pep club 3; Homeroom secretary 2, 3; Brown Masquers 3, 4; Homecoming committee 3; " Look Homeward, Angel " 3, " OKLAHOMA " , " Broadway to Dick- ens " 4. PATTIE ELIZABETH TAYLOR— Tri-Hi-Y 1 , 2, 3, 4; Latin club 2; Mixed chorus 2, 3, 4; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Brown Masquers 4; Pep club 3; " OKLAHOMA " 4. SYBIL THERRELL— F N A 3, 4. DONALD R, TODD — Wrestling 2; Monogram club 3, 4, Homeroom officer 1 , 3. EDWARD WADSWORTH TROTT— President of the Stu- dent Body 1 ; Student council 2; Treasurer of Student Body 3; Vice-president of the Student Body 4; Football 1 , 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2; Track 1; Monogram club 2, 3, 4; Hall of Fame 4; Junior Rotarian 4; Key club 2, 3, 4; Honor society 3, 4; French club 3, 4; Delegate to Governor ' s conference 3; Delegate to Key club convention 2, 4; Hi-Y 1,2; Physics club 4. HAROLD EUGENE TYNER— Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish club 3, 4; Duplication 4; Montage staff 4. WILLIAM STEVE VAUGHN— DE club 3, 4. KEY JENNINGS WAGGONER, JR.— DO club 3. MARTHA DIANNE WAGNER— Girls ' chorus 1 ; Future Homemakers 2; Monitor 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Pep club 3; Brown Masquers 3. SUZANNE WAGNER— Band 1 , 2, 3, maiorette 1 , 3, 4, chief 4; Miss Cannon Jr. Hi 1; Miss Brown High 4; Miss Merry Christmas 1960 and 1962 1, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Brown Masquers 2, 3, 4; National Thespians society 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN THOMAS WAGONER— Track 1 ; Homeroom officer 3; Hi-Y 4; Stage crew 1. CLYDE W, WALLER— D E. club 4. MARY WARREN— Monitor 1, 3; Librarian 1; F.N.A. 3, 4; Pep cub 3. EARL DAVID WATSON — D E. club 3, 4; president 4; Home- room officer 2, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; District D.E. president 4. RONALD PRESTON WATTS — Monitor 1 ; Session House 1 ; Speech club 4. JAN LYNN WEAVER— Brown Masquers 3. 4; BROWN BEAT and ALBROKAN staff 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom officer 1, 3, 4; Science club 2; Pep club 3; French club 3, 4; Monitor 1, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, president 3, vice-president 2; Homecoming committee 4; Junior-Senior committee 3; Song committee 4; Hot dog committee 4. JAMES ARNOLD WHITE— Library 1; DE 4 JUDY A. WHITLEY— Basketball 2; Monitor 3, 4; Homeroom officer 1. HENRY E. WILEY— Homeroom officer 1, 2; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, chaplain 2; Band 1 ; Basketball manager 2. CHARLES RONALD WILLIAMS— Key club 2, 3, 4; Honor society 3, 4; Council member 4; Homeroom officer 3, 4. GLORIA JEAN WOOD— Cheerleader 1, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, vice-president 3; Latin club 1, 2, president 2; Monitor 1 , Speech club 2; Homeroom officer 1, 2; Football sponsor 2; ALBROKAN and BROWN BEAT staff 3, 4. subscription manager 4; Honor society 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Home- coming attendant 4; Session House 4; Hail of Fame 4; Sub-Junior woman 4; Homecoming committee 4; May Queen 4. KENNETH EUGENE WRIGHT— Library club 2, DO club 3; I.C.T. club 4. page one hundred fifteen Charles A. Cannon Memorial Libran Kannapolis Branch Kannapolis, North Carolina 28081 CABARRUS COUNTY di iq i ir i IRRARY


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