A L Brown High School - Albrokan Yearbook (Kannapolis, NC)
- Class of 1964
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stSfsb i -V ; 4 Vw-tiU. 5 - 4 SSzrki T;Jf •? J Vxt SBtrS i 4 ; fVf4 -f : y - i £T ,. J} vM •$$w-4 ) “ T ' - ' f 7 f -r +-■■? + gspNMBHg IVORY PAULA SMITH Editor-in-Chief ■ ■ NANCY DWIGGINS Business Manager MRS. DENFORD H. OXENDINE Faculty Advisor Alumnus Denny Hill enjoys refreshments and re- union at the 1963 Homecoming Dance. A year of wealth and success, each individual student striving to make this year a little bigger, a little better, and a little more out- standing than all the rest. Concord cheerleaders lead Brown and Cannon student bodies in cheers during the season ' s final pep rally. page four Majorettes Cathy McLeod, Judy Davis, Sue Bonds, Becky Reeder, and Judy Carter join the student body in the K.H.S. fight song. Grappler David Stowe pins a Mooresville oppon- ent to add another win to our undefeated record. Little Wonder Keith Honeycutt drives for a big gain in Brown ' s victory over North Rowan. Ever striving, never submitting to defeat ... A game well played; a victory well earned . . . moments to be cherished . . . moments of rich- ness, warm with the fire of triumph. Driving center, Phil Ashworth nets two more points for the Little Wonders. teams as they fought and won Seniors, Tommy Funderburke and Hazel Correll, explore the wonders of the world of chemistry. Hours of diligent study, rewarded as the haze of confusion is lifted and a new world of knowledge and truth is revealed ... a world to be- come a bit wider, a bit clearer, and a bit more familiar with each mo- ment of research. Ron Robinson holds his winning design for the honor flag. Journalism students concentrate on writing tips in preparation for staff work. College-bound students seek information from representatives during Brown ' s annual College Night program truths our search revealed . . . page nine Anchor girls Jane Chapman and Margaret Mc- Inms entertain foster children at a Christmas party sponsored by the Pilot Club Cheerleader Deanna Baker leads " spiderburn- ers " in a cry for victory. The band plays " Mr. Lucky " in a T.V. formation for one of the nine half-time shows performed this year. A tumultuous cheer resounding through crisp air . . . expression of joy . . . an escaping tear, a chin thrust forward . . . expressions of un- faltering pride . . . spirit . . . partici- pation . . . pearls nurtured deep inside and emerging in wealth and perfection. was the spirit felt and expressed . . . page eleven " They ' re high, even if it isn ' t a pink elephant! 1 (Marla Moore and Jerry Baker) " How many times have I told you, Gootie, stay out of the flowerbeds 1 " (Keats Dellinger and Jay Stirewalt) A multitude of effervescent per- sonalities, each unique with the as- set of individuality, each inter- twined with the other . . . the rich- ness of joy and delight . . . the wealth of matchless friendship . . . a smiling face ... an outburst of glee . . . happiness, the treasure of youth that somehow can endure. The Homecoming game with Mooresville was a wet one, but some fans were able to smile. were the moments spent in fun . . . Students " descend " to Mr. Lancaster ' s haven for a refreshing coffee break " amongst " classes. page thirteen This was a year rich with joy and contentment ... it was also a year startled by shadows of sadness and fear . . . with the passing of years the shadows will fade into time, leaving the wisdom gained . . . with the passing of years the joys will be- come fond memories, evoking a sigh or perhaps a smile . . . then, etched upon the mind and heart, these fleeting moments will be indeed . . . IVORY IMPRESSIONS. On the afternoon of November 22, students learned of the tragic death of President John F Kennedy. Kannapolis City Schools were closed on the following Monday. Shakespearean players portrayed King Henry V and Katherine of France when the Theatre-in- Education came to A. L, Brown on February 18. is the word for it ALL Seniors Judy Isenhour and Terry Baucom antici- pate the day when they will become graduates of A, L. Brown. TABLE OF CONTENTS CLASSES ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS FEATURES Page 25 Page 69 Page 90 Page 103 DEDICATION Mr. Chester Eugene Misenheimer DIRECTOR OF GUIDANCE Catawba College, BA University of North Carolina, M.A. NCEA Counseling and Guidance Institute, 1963 at N C State Mr. and Mrs. Chester Misenheimer, John, Greg, and Mel- anie Jeanne (Born February 14, 1964) A man of integrity and devotion to the cause of youth Giving of his knowledge and experience ; his time and personality Guiding us with tact and courage ; inspiring us to choose the best ; A man of warmth good humor ; wise counsel Satisfaction in his chosen profession is obvious in his manner and expression , 1964 ALBROKAN to . . . Mr Chester E. Misenheimer page sixteen Mr. William J. Bullock SUPERINTENDENT Duke University, A B. William and Mary, A.M. Graduate Work at Columbia University Mr. Fred 0. Drummond PRINCIPAL Furman University, A.B. A.S.T.C., M.Ed. A T R A T I O N Mrs. Rebecca S. Gilmore DEAN OF GIRLS Greensboro College, A.B. Orientation, Banking Advisor to First Aid and Di- rector of Washington Trip In service training in His- tory and Anthropology 1962, 1963 Mr. Roy Daniel Boone DEAN OF BOYS Catawba College, A.B. Government, Economics, Sociology Advisor to Monogram Club and Point Board Extension work in American Foreign Policy since 1945 and Cultural Anthropology Mrs. Helen 0. Bostian SECRETARY Draughton ' s Business College Mrs. Irene S. Edwards Mars Hill W.C.U.N.C., A.B. English IV, English II, Speech Advisor to Speech Club Advisor to Citizenship Committee I Mrs. Nelda Joyce Riggs A.S.T.C., 5 S, VI. A Language Arts I; Advisor to Anchor Club (Summer School, 1961, 1962 ENGLISH AND LANGUAGE ARTS The English student engaged in writing a research paper finds the library an all-important place. Here Mrs. Cauble, librarian, assists Jimmy Fowler and Betty Cannon with the card catalog. Miss Loraine V. Gray W.C.U.N.C., A.B. Columbia University, A.M. English IV Advisor to Senior Class Mrs. Jean D. Joyner Columbia College, A.B. English III, Orientation, Language Arts Graduate work at U.S.C. Mr. Ray H. Lancaster N. C. State College Pfeiffer College, A.B. English III Director of Junior P.lay Woodrow Wilson Grad- uate Fellowship Graduate work at U.N.C Mrs. Bess H. Oxendine Mars Hill College Berea College, B.A. English II, Journalism, BROWN BEAT and ALBROKAN ' Staff Advisor to Quill and Scroll Honor Society Extension U.N.C. t Mr. Jim Allen Rodgers Catawba College, A.B. English II Advisor to MONTAGE Advisor to National Honor Society Workshop 1962 Miss Martha C. St. John University of South Carolina, A.B. English III page nineteen Mrs. Harriet S. Ward Wake Forest College, B.A. English II Mrs. Betty Haley Cauble A.S.T.C., B.S. Librarian Advisor to Library Club Extension A.S.T.C. Workshop A.S.T C. FOREIGN LANGUAGES Mrs. Virginia Caldwell A.S.T.C., B.S. University of Missouri Language Institute Spanish I, Spanish II Advisor to Spanish Club Mrs. Joyce G. Middleton Western Carolina Col- lege, B.S. French I, French II Advisor to French Club Co-advisor to National Honor Society Foreign Language Work- shop, 1962 President of Foreign Language Division, Dis- trict N.CE.A. 1962-63 Mr. Robert Shinn and Martha Brown discuss " the world situation " in one of Mr. Shinn ' s U. S. History classes. Mr John Lett, student teacher in French and Spanish, proudly shows Mrs. Middleton a pocket secretary presented him by French I students as an " au revoir " gift. H ISTORY AND SOCIAL STUDIES Mr. Max F. Chandler U.N.C., A.B. U. S History, Current History Sponsored Intramurals, 1963-64 Coached Junior Varsity Football, 1963 Miss Kathryn Baily Guy Erskine College, B.A. Psychology, Government Advisor to F.T.A. and Social Committee Mr. Robert M. Shinn Duke University, A.B. World History, Ameri- can History Advisor to Future Nurses Mrs. Laura D. Van Poole W.C.U.N.C., A.B. U.N.C U. S. History, World History Advisor to Junior Class Catawba College Sum- mer School, 1961 Mrs. Anne J. Lancaster Salem College, B.A. Art Junior-Senior work page twenty Mr. Freeman is " up a tree " as eager biology students surround him during a field trip Mr. C. C. Freeman, |r. High Point College, B.S Biology Advisor to Tri-Sci Club Mr. Tom Barnett Linn A.S.T.C , B.S., M.A. General Science, Chem- istry, Physics Advisor to Key Club In service training, Science and Math, 1961 1962 Mrs. Miriam W. Parrott W.C.U.N.C., BA Biology Catawba College — Summer School 1963 Mr. Elmer Lee Poole Catawba College, A.B. Biology and General Science Advisor to Tri-Sci Club Art Workshop, 1962 Anthropology Workshop, 1962 Science Workshop, 1961 Mrs. Amelia T. Propst Lander College, B.A. Biology Advisor to Tri-Sci Club ART Art I and II, taught by Mrs. Ann Lancaster, provide students with an outlet for creativity MATH EMATICS Miss Sara F. Bounds Lenoir Rhyne, A.B. Plane Geometry, Trigo- nometry Advisor to Brown Stu- dent Council N.C.SC.C. Leadership Workshop, Summer 1960-63 Director N. C. Student Council Leadership Workshop, 1 963 Executive Secretary of N.C.S.C.C. Mr. Robert A. Ely A.S.T.C., B.S. Mathematics, Orientation Advisor to Sophomore Class A.S.T.C. Summer School, 1962 Mr. Delmas Hugh Petrea Pfeiffer College, A.B. U.N.C., M.Ed. T rigonometry, Advanced Algebra, Plane Geom- etry, Algebra II, Solid Geometry Mrs. Eileen S. Whitmire Winthrop College, A.B. Algebra, Arithmetic, English Mr. Jimmy L. Parker Bob Jones University, B.S. Mixed Chorus, Junior High Chorus, World History Advisor to Cheerleaders and Monitors MUSIC Mr. Parker stresses to the chorus the importance of fine intonation in singing. Mr. Harvey N. Turner Shenandoah Conserva- tory of Music, B.Mus.Ed. Band In shop, boys are taught how to construct, repair, and work with metals by Mr. Frank Crainshaw, shop instructor. VOCATIONAL AND COMMERCIAL Mrs. Sara W. Hamrick Stratford Junior College Lenoir Rhyne College, A.B. Graduate Study at A.S.T.C. Business Advisor to Duplicating Business Advisor to MONTAGE Mr. Harold D. Holbrook Duke University, B.S. Electronics Mr. Milton James Lamb N. C. State, B.S. I.C.T., Mechanical Drawing Advisor to I.C.T. Club Course in Technical Ed- ucation, Winter, 1963 Summer Workshops at Morehead City Mr. Frank H. Crainshaw N. C. State Vocational and Education Courses Sheet Metal Attended Charlotte In- dustrial Education Center Summer Workshop at Morehead City Mrs. Mary Alice Cross Lenoir Rhyne, A.B. Typewriting I, Short- hand I, II, Bookkeeping Mrs. Betty H. Lentz Catawba College, A.B. Typing I, Shorthand I, Bookkeeping Summer Workshop, 1962 Mr. Max L. Riddle Western Carolina College, B.S. Distributive Education Western Carolina Sum- mer School, 1963 Home economics offers experience and first hand knowledge ■ to " future homemakers. " Mrs. Sally M. Casstevens Mars Hill College W.C.U N.C, B.S., M.Ed Home Economics I, II Advisor to F.H.A. W.C.U.N.C. Summer School, 1960, 1961 HOME ECONOMICS Teacher ' s Appreciation Day was highlighted this year by a luncheon honoring the faculty. BIBLE COACHING STAFF Miss Mary E. McMurray W.C.U.N.C., East Caro- lina College, Columbia Bible College, A.B. Bible I, II Advisor to Bible Club Mr. Ed Gray Edmiston Catawba College, A.B. Physical Education Head Coach Football, Girls ' Basketball, Track Athletic Director Summer School Driver Education Mrs. Mable Huffman Dietician Lewis Training School CAFETERIA Mr. Earl Baxter Lentz Catawba College, A.B. U. S. History, Consumer Math Coached Cannon Foot- ball, Head Coach Brown Boys ' Basketball, Brown Baseball Catawba College Sum- mer School, I960 Mr Bob M. Mauldin A.S.T.C., B.S. Physical Education, Health Coach for Cannon Foot- ball and Track Coach for Brown Wrestling Directed Punt, Pass, Kick Contest Mr. George H. Pryor William and Mary, Wake Forest, West Vir- ginia, Ohio State, B.S. and Graduate work Physical Education, Algebra 1 1 Sponsor of Boys ' Intra- murals Program Assistant Football ana Basketball Coach Math Workshop Mr. Billy Brown Watts Lenoir Rhyne College, A.B. Driver Education Assistant Football Coach Coaching Clinic in Greensboro SCHOOL CUSTODIANS Left to Right Lucille Gibson, Roosevelt McNeill, Alonzo Cannon, Melvin Hopper. naa SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: Jack Boger, Historian; Pat Kinney, Chaplain; Janet Richardson, Vice President, David Brewer, President Sharoyn Absher, Treasurer; Cynthia Kobulnicky, Secretary, THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1964 " A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. " A step which takes twelve years now nears completion. It has been dif- ficult for us to realize that this is our last year at Brown. Never again shall we walk these same halls with these same famil iar people. Soon we shall part as individuals, and Brown will become a part of our past . . . but linger- ing to enlighten our thoughts will be the im- pressions made during this, the richest part of our lives. page twenty-six Libby Abernathy Sharoyn Dianne Absher Barbara Jean Adams John Franklin Adams Tony Hamilton Adams THE N I O R CLASS David Frazier Aiken Patricia Ann Arrowood Britt Allen James Anderson Artz Karen Marie Allen Phil Collier Ashworth Ray Thomas Allen Jerry Herbert Baker Steve Randall Allen Linda Kay Ball page twenty-seven Carol Faye Ballard Larry Eugene Ballard Delbert Roger Barbee Richard Ray Barber Sharon Corrine Barger THE SENIOR CLASS David Beck Dean Beck Sandra Gail Belk David Franklin Benfield Patsy Ann Bennett Norman Jackson Boger Sue Wilson Bonds Kenneth Bost Richard Leon Bost Vernon Lee Braswell m, h , MrM page twenty-eight Jm Terry Lee Baucom Sandra )o Beaver Terrie Jean Mike Beam Barbara Elaine Beard 19 6 4 Vicki Lynn Benton Janie Faye Blue Lawrence Scott Braxton David Earl Brewer 1963 COMMENCEMENT MARSHALS Left to Right: 1st Row — Linda Hardin, Janice Blue, Donna Overcash 2nd. Row — Lawrence Braxton, Pat Arrowood, Marla Moore, Janet Rich- ardson, Judy Carter, Nelda ' Rich, Bobby Si mpson. 3rd Row — David Brewer, Cynthia Kobulnicky, Stanley Gilliam. page twenty-nine Cynthia Kobulnicky launches the senior hot dog selling project by per- suading Senior Class President David Brewer to buy one " without. " Rebecca Ellen Brigman Ron Kyle Byrd Darrell Thomas Brigman t Betty Lynn Cannon THE Brenda Joyce Childers Dallas Ray Childress Marher Wayne Childress Rita Kay Chisholm Leona Candis Chastine page thirty Gary Wayne Brown Gerald Clark Brown Martha W. Carrigan Judy Lynn Carter Larry Brown Mike Eugene Carter Thomas Kenneth Bryant |eanette Rosette Bumgarner Boyce Chapman Terrie Sandra Chapman SENIOR CLASS 19 6 4 Henry Neil Clarke Conrad Andrew Clement LiNelle Louise Cline Connie Marie Cook Karen Lynn Cook page thirty-one ; THE NIOR CLASS Theron Keats Dellinger Gerald Quiedon Erwin Nancy Baker Dowless Art Coby Farley Betsy Lou Dry Shirley Ann Farmer |erry Duckett John Robert Field Joyce R. Dudley James Larry Finney page thirty-two Mary Lois Crowder Tommy Wayne Crowder William Junior Davidson Judy Maxine Davis Sandra Kay Deese 19 6 4 Claudine Ruth Eagle George Bruce Fisher Sandra Dianne Earnhardt Janice Claire Fisher Edward Hayes Eddings Brenda Sue Foster Danny Craig Eddleman David Ray Foster Audrey Wrenn Edwards Johnny Lee Foutz page thirty-three J, Thomas Carl Funderburke Judy Darlene Gainey Douglas Gaither Judy Ann Gamble Billie Laura Gibbons THE SENIOR CLASS Marsha Ann Griffin Brenda Eloise Hardin Don Goodson Beverly )ane Gurley Glenda Ann Hackworth jimmy Hampton Margie Lucinda Harmon Regina Eilene Harrington jann Emily Harris Larry Bernard Harrison page tbirty-four Beverly Ann Gibson Hugh Kenneth Gibson Lawrence Stanley Gilliam George Whitson Gillon Janet Martin Gray 19 6 4 Lanta Carol Hammett Harry Lester Hancock William David Hart Barry Dale Hartis Jerry Baker, johnny Foutz, Sharoyn Absher, Raymond Davis, and Gail Belk rehearse for the Junior Class Play, " Ask Any Girl. " page thirty-five J4i Paul Lee Hastings Randy Christopher Haynes Patricia Ann Hinson Rebecca Diane Hollar " Southern belles and gentlemen " dance to orchestra music in the 1963 Jr. -Sr. prom, " A Southern Plantation. " THE Daniel Curtis Johnson Joyce Ellen Johnson Cora Sue Johnson George Dennis Jones Katherine Lorene Jones page thirty-six Sherran Elaine Herman Ronald James Honbarrier Mickey Dewitt Hicks Joyce Marion Honeycutt Joel Thomas Hill Willis Scott Humann Zeb A. Hill Judy Marie Isenhour Barbara Carolyn Hilton Sherri Taylor Jackson SENIOR CLASS 1964 Tennie Victoria Jones Kenneth Jordan Patricia Carol Karriker Jimmy Wayne Kerly Judy Ann Key page thirty-seven THE SENIOR CLASS Robert Clinton Little Philip Ray Mauldin Michael Zenaide Long Janice Louise Lovett Linda Sue Lowe Toni Yvonne Mayes Michael Eugene McCombs Charles Michael McFalls Mike Lyerly Margaret Ann Mclnnis page thirty-eight Wanda Lou Lambert i Mhi Teresa Elaine Lawhon James Allen Lazenby Leonard James Lee Steve Linebarrier 13 6 4 Ronald Jay Marlow Carolyn Sue McIntyre Brenda Fay Marshall Charles Michael McLain Linda Kaye Marshall Rebecca Donna McLain Donna Jean Martin Mitzi McWaters Donald Wayne Mason Paula King Melton page thirty-nine Barbara Delane Metcalf Terry Lane Mitchell Edward Wayne Mitchell Carolyn Patricia Moore Lamar Moore THE SENIOR CLASS Brenda Moss james Richard Mullinax Dianne Muliis William Harold Nelms lames Frederick Oehler Donna Sue Overcash Merle Alexander Overcash, Jr. David Cullen Perkins Shelby Jean Perry Cruser McNeil Petrea, Jr. page forty Marla Dawn Moore Nancy Sue Moore Patsy Gail Moose Carolyn Louise Morris William Arnold Moss 19 6 4 Ted Michael Osborne Dotty Delane Phillips David Lester Overcash Shirley Louise Pigg page forty-one Seniors join lower classmen in the school cafeteria Sandra Kaye Plyler Wanda Sue Queen Ayleeza Edna Price Gary Blaine Reavis Eric Wayne Robertson Grant Robinson Nevin Lee Robinson Ron Robinson Kay Francis Roseman a fs ii Mtik ritfi M cj page forty-two Peggy Carolyn Price Clinton Wayne Price Janet Rebecca Reeder Peggy Louise Reid Michael Wayne Prim Michael Curolette Privette Mike Pryor Nelda Elaine Rich Barbara Jean Richards Janet Kay Richardson SENIOR CLASS 1964 Terrie Ann Roseman Kenneth Lee Rummage Elizabeth Margaret Russell Tommy Safrit Patricia Ann Scarboro page forty-three Jerry Wayne Scercy Jimmy Scott Gary Wayne Seaford Margo Sherrill Patricia Dianne Sides THE Linda Kay Sloop Michael Glenn Sloop Mike Sloop Sonia Dawn Sloop Sherry Lynn Smallwood Thomas Gerald Steen Walter Michael Steen Hugh M. Stowe Jerry Wayne Sweatt Judy Sweatt page forty-four Robert Linn Sides Sherry Anna Simmons Robert Thomas Simpson, Jr. Steven Theodore Slaughter Beverly Zoe Sloop SENIOR CLASS 1364 Edna R. Smith Ronald Franklin Tate Harold Everette Smith Larry Teal Phyllis Smith Linda Fay Tennet William Fred Smith Becky Ruth Thomas Dean Staley Nancy Diane Thomas page forty-fire Sylvia Gail Thompson Judith Lavinia Thompson Michael Wayne Thompson Dennis Keith Thornburg THE SENIOR CLASS Julius Woodrow Tucker Terry Lee Tuggle Brenda Kay Whitaker Dorothy Lorrene Whitaker Becky Annette Turner Suzanne Wike Linda Gail Vaughn Richard W. Wilkinson, Jr. Milton Wade Vernon Marietta Williams page forty-six Donna Rea Thornburg Sandra Marie Thornton Larry Arnold Tice Gloria Faye Troutman J e rry Wayne Troutman 19 6 4 Becky Ann Wagner jimmy Wilson Donald Wesley Wallace jewell Ann York Brenda Sue Warren Ronnie Yost James Kirby Watson Kathy Jean Watson Not pictured: Wanda Sue Chapman Joseph Carlyle Harrington Linda Kay Hardin Jean Yost page forty-seven 1 In HUmonam THOMAS ERNEST LEWIS November 25, 1945 -May 1, 1961 MASCOTS Kim Davis and Mark Bullard COLORS Peach and Gold FLOWER Talisman Rose MOTTO " A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. " CLASS HISTORY by Jack Boger A first look at Brown High School in 1961 gave a dif- ferent impression from what we were accustomed to, and from what many of us ' probably expected. Though everything was new and different, the sophomore class soon became an important and active part of the school. New faces, new problems, and new opportunities, together with the unfamiliar yet welcoming atmosphere, easily brought us into the routine of Brown. As sophomores the Class of 1964 elected Jerry Baker as its class president, Bobby Simpson as vice-president, Shar- oyn Absher as secretary, Rocky Fisher as treasurer, and Marla Moore and Harold Nelms as Student Council Rep- resentatives. Our sophomore class faculty advisor was Mr. John T. Mast. Even in the sophomore year members of our class were beginning to take an active role in the leadership of the school. The Key Club accepted Jerry Baker, Bobby Field, Rocky Fisher, and Harold Nelms into its membership Marla Moore, Jerry Baker, and Bobby Field were tapped into the National Honor Society. In addition to those clubs whose members are elected, members of our class were quick to join nearly every other club in the school. Near the end of our first year at Brown, Marla Moore was elected treasurer, and Janet Richardson was elected secretary of the student body for the coming year. We moved into our junior year as a class which had be- come as much a part of the school and its character as had any class before it. Though not yet possessing the self- assurance and confident attitude which was to come, we were gradually gaining those qualities which come with maturity. After having been at Brown for a year we were in a unique position of anticipation coupled with ex- perience. ciety took into its membership Sharoyn Absher, Gail Belk, Judy Davis, Becky Reeder, and Ted Slaughter. The junior year will probably be remembered as one of the best. It was the year our class went to Washington, and it was the year we received our class rings. As a class we sponsored the Junior-Senior Dance, and presented Ask Any Girl as our junior class play. Near the end of the year Johnny Foutz and Bobby Simp- son were elected by the school to serve as president and vice-president of the student body for the coming year. The school selected Marla Moore and Carol Hammett to serve as cheerleaders and Janet Richardson to serve as chief cheerleader. The staff elected Dorothy Whitaker to serve as editor of the school newspaper. When we at last became Seniors each of us knew that the class had come a long way since it had first entered Brown. There were, of course, visible changes in each of us, but the more important changes were those which could not be so easily seen. We were now older and more mature. Though not lacking in our readiness to have a good time, we were now more able to take on the responsibilities which we were expected to assume. As seniors we elected David Brewer our president, Janet Richardson our vice-president, Cynthia Kobulnicky our secretary, Sharoyn Absher our treasurer, Pat Kinney our chaplain, Judy Carter and Harry Hancock as our council members. Later in the year Karen Allen was chosen for a council seat. The faculty advisor to our senior class was Miss Loraine Gray. Members of our class led the school in most areas David Brewer, Harry Hancock, and Lawrence Braxton were taken into the Key Club, while Jerry Baker was made president and Rocky Fisher was made vice-president of the club. The National Honor Society elected Marla Moore as its president, Sharoyn Absher was elected Miss Brown High, and went on to be crowned Miss Merry Christmas and to become a Carrousel Princess. The school elected Nelda Rich as its Homecoming Queen, and Janet Richard- son was chosen May Queen. In the field of athletics, Kenneth Gibson and Rocky Fisher were two of the three captains of our football team. We chose as our class mascots Kim Renee Davis and Mark Edward Hubbard Our class motto was " The jour- ney of a thousand miles begins with a single step. " Our class colors were peach and gold, and the class flower was the Talisman Rose. Having been through one football season, our cheers were louder and more meaningul the second time, and each of us was a bit prouder when we could say that we were from Brown. Rocky Fisher was our class president in our junior year, David Brewer was vice-president, Karen Allen was secre- tary, Harry Hancock was treasurer, and Judy Carter and Bobby Simpson were our council members. Our junior class advisor was Miss Mary Alice Elliot. When we became juniors, members of our class took on added responsibilities and honors in the school. Jerry Baker was elected vice-president of the Key Club, Har- old Nelms was elected treasurer, Bobby Field was elected chaplain, and Bobby Simpson was added to the regular membership. Sharoyn Absher was elected Junior Miss Hi Miss, and Janet Richardson was chosen the only junior member of the cheerleaders. The National Thespian So- The combined impressions and experiences of the pre- ceding years all go together to make the senior year what it is. It becomes the culmination of our high school careers and the climax of what are probably the most enjoyable and important years of our lives. The senior year is the most important because it is the year of the greatest accomplishment. When one becomes a senior he has completed twelve years of his education, and he has a right to be proud. It is now that we must make the decisions which will shape our futures, and it is only now that we are able to do so. But the senior year is a brief thing and it passes quickly. Graduation comes too soon. The thing which we have been working toward so long comes finally as an interruption rather than a relief. But it does come, and we accept it. We cross the stage and receive our diplomas. We become alumni and the Class of 1964 becomes a memory. page forty-nine JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right; Ricky Sims, president; Gerald Hilton, vice- president; Lynette Kimball, secretary; Ronnie Sherrill, treasurer; Jo Ann Jackson, social chairman THE JUNIOR CLASS Our junior year . . . how can it be de- scribed? 5 A year filled with memorable im- pressions the year we officially became the Class of 1965 by receiving our class rings. Our long awaited Washington Trip became a reality in April. The excitement of our first Junior-Senior brought to us a feeling of pride. Our own production of a play was a new experience. All these things will be lasting impressions. The year ' s end brings a feeling of sadness as we say good-bye to the seniors. Soon we will be seniors and will have the responsi- bility of leading the school through our final year. page fifty JUNIORS Judy Absher Jimmy Albright Janice Allen Paulette Allen Jimmy Alley Becky Allman Glenna Anderson Larry Anderson Harold Argo Sandy Argo Steve Argo James Armstrong Mitchell Arnette Patsy Austin Deanna Baker James Baker Patricia Ball Monte Barbee Suzanne Barger Darlene Barnes Brenda Barnhardt Calvin Barnhardt Nancy Barnhardt Charlotte Baxter Ronnie Beam Tommy Beam Fisher Beasley Ronnie Beasley Barbara Beaver Saundra Beaver Bobby Belk Larry Belk Patsy Benfield Patsy Benton Linda Biggers Charles Biggerstaff Judy Binkley Harold Blackerby Gary Blalock Danny Bolick k AhM F i 4 A.4 O P ' ,Q 4iJ A page fifty -one JUNIORS 9 a MLa. 9 9 o o AdtA . .h Brenda Bostic Karen Brantley Myra Braswell Danita Brigman Steve Brinkley Dennis Broome Carol Brown Martha Brown Howard Bruce Karen Bumgarner Eddie Burr Jerry Byerly Joe Cannon Jeff Carnes Bill Carrier Harold Carringer Sharon Carrington Edward Carter Gary Carter Steve Carter Ronnie Cauble June Caulder Chris Chapman Fred Chapman Doris Chatham Jerry Cheek Jimmy Cheek Betty Childers Grady Childers Judy Childers Willene Clark Carolyn Coe Larry Coggins Danny Collins Dennis Compton Mary Compton Ronnie Cook David Coone Sharon Cooper Mokey Correll page fifty-two JUNIORS Becky Coxey Diane Craft Gary Crane Phil Crane Douglas Craven Doris Crowder Herman Culp Sharon Daniel Ronnie Daniel Nancy Daniels Nancy Darnell Patti Daves Debbie Davis Wilbur Davis Larry Day Lynn Dayvault Patricia Dayvault Bobby Dayvault Denny Deal Sandra Deal Patsy Deese Roger Deese Frances DeMarcus Lynn DeMarcus Tommy Dial Delores Donahue Becky Dorton Reggie Drake Jack Dry Douglas Dry Georgia Duncan Mike Duncan Johnny Dunlap Margie Dunlap Nancy Dwiggins Elaine Eagle Ronnie Eagle Joe Earnhardt Billy Eddings Schaly Edwards ji) ft. q ft hi page fifty-three JUNIORS rr p Doug Efird Wesley Eidson Louise Emerson Marty Erwin Melinda Eudy Randy Evans Jimmy Ewing Verona Faggart Jimmy Farmer Martha Faulkenberry Johnny Fink Gene Finney David Fisher Gail Fisher Ray Fisher Diana Foil Charles Foster Jimmy Fowler Delores Fox Sylvia Freeman Elaine Freeze Judy Frye Mike Frye Steve Gaskey Mike Gaskins Amy Gillon Bobbie Glenn Sherri Glenn Darlene Goforth Brenda Goodman Patricia Goodman Susan Goodnight Libby Gordon Randy Grant Raynette Grant Dennis Graybeal Janice Greene Linda Gregory Judy Griffin Linda Gurley page fifty-four JUNIORS Dennis Gwaltney Sharon Mullis Haithcock Jeanette Hallman Marlene Hallman Kathryn Hamilton Becki Hamm Patty Hamm Linda Hampton Beth Haney Renae Hardin Betty Hardy Sharon Harmon Rhonda Harrington Phyllis Harris Richard Harris Brenda Hart Henry Hawkins Troy Heath Barry Helms Terry Hendrix Butch Hendrickson Judy Hileman Gerald Hilton Kay Hines Susan Hoce Donna Holder Joe Honeycutt Donna Horne Sherry Horton Gene Hubbard Johnny Huffstetler Kenneth Huggins Larry Huneycutt Mike Hunsuck Farrell Hunsucker Linda Hunsucker Edna Hurst Barbara Ingram Patricia Irwin Mike Isom page fifty-five JUNIORS 4 )o Ann Jackson Tony Jackson Charles James Kathy Jinis Carol Johnson Cynthia Johnson Dale Johnson Linda Johnson Carolyn Jones Pat Jones Linda Jordan Karen Julian Patsy Karriker Denny Keaton Patsy Keaton Dolan Keener Tony Kelly Judy Key Lynette Kimball Jane King Helen Kirkley Terry Kiser Deryl Lacey Jerry Lambert Beverly Landers Mike Lane Susan Lewis Ronald Lisenby Lawrence Litaker Ricky Little Joyce Livengood Judy Long Celina Lowder Diane Lowder Robin Lowder Ginger Lyerly Robert Major Dehlia Marlin Janelle Massey Jimmy Matthews page fifty-six JUNIORS Terry McClamrock Sylvia McClannon Albert McCool Kenneth McCurdy Johnny McDonald Cynthia McGinnis Linda McGuire Steve McIntyre Cathy McLeod James Mechum E. B. Melton John Melton Lea Mielnik Jane Milam Carolyn Mills Mary Mills Mike Misenheimer Judy Morris Martha Nell Morris Tony Morton Barry Moysan Diane Moss Terry Moss Carol Mundy Phil Nash Sandra Nelms Larry Newsom Mickey Norris Carol Norwood Barbara Overcash Caldwell Overcash Diane Overcash Steve Paige Buddy Parker Phyllis Parton Ray Pate John Patterson Eugene Payne J. D. Petrea Mike Petrea page fifty-seven JUNIORS Sandra Pence Dianne Petty Jeanie Phillips Jimmy Pinnix Bonnie Pittman Vivian W. Pittman Judy Plummer Avery Poplin Ronnie Prevette Larry Price Lavada Price Paulette Price Ann Quinn Ann Rainey Benny Rainwater Dianne Reid Danny Reynolds Jan Ridenhour Linda Roach Candy Robinette Priscilla Robinson Richard Rowell Cherry Russell Joan Russell Aprille Safrit Susan Safrit Wylene Seabolt Kay Seagraves Ronnie Sherrill Mike Shinn Steve Shoaf Wayne Short Ronnie Shull Gregory Sides Ricky Sims Connie Sloop Johnny Sloop Judy Sloop Tony Sloop Gerald Smith page fifty-eight JUNIORS 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 Larry Stewart Jay Stirewalt Jimmy St. John Harvey Sturgis Brenda Styers Elaine Sullivan Brenda Swink Linda Tarleton Jerome Teal Doris Teague Johnny Teague Brenda Terry Steve Thomas Conrad Thomas Carolyn Thompson Kay Thompson Robert Thompson Jo Ann Thornburg Vickie Troutman Susie Utley Douglas Vaughn Buddy Wagner Ronnie Walden Mike Waldroup Jimmy Walker P (D C p P 444, h 4 4il page fifty-nine JUNIORS Johnny Waller Rande Walker Sherry Watkins Billy Watts Kenneth Weatherby Lawrence Wensil Karen Westmoreland Margaret Whitley Mike Wike Ronnie Williams Mike Williams Gene Wilson Janice Wilson Johnny Winecotf Paul Wise Tony Woodward James Yates Susan Lewis and Cynthia Johnson climb mountains by way of the Tweetsie sky lift. page sixty SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Phil Fisher, president; Carolyn Dayvault, vice-president; Karen McLain, secretary; and Jill Greene, treasurer, personally thank " Mr, Peanuts " (Rocky Fisher) for his assistance selling peanuts at home games during football season. THE SOPHOMORE CLASS This was a year of growth and a year in which we became a part of Brown. Some impressions, though small, are ones which we will treasure. Our first football game as members of Brown ' s student body, the smell of peanuts, and the chocolate sale will long be remem- bered. The most lasting impression made dur- ing our first year at Brown was that of meet- ing new friends and of participation in the school ' s activities. After we have grown into juniors and then seniors, more mature and confident, we shall recall this, our sopho- more year. page sixty -one SOPHOMORES Harriet Adams Judy Adams Wendy Allen Fran Allman David Anderson Monte Armes Guy Atkinson Doris Austin Leslie Avant Charles Baker Jane Ballard Tyrone Ballard Terry Barbee Dianne Barlow Joyce Barlow Larry Barnhart David Barringer David Basinger Sylvia Bass Larry Bassett Anne Baucom Bill Bauer Susan Beaver Jerry Bebber Patsy Beck Terry Berryman Sammy Biggerstaff Linda Billings Brenda Black Danny Black Leigh Blume Luke Blume jimmy Bond Sandye Bonnell Valda Bowles Linda Brackett Linda Braswell Billy Braxton Pam Brigman Darierr Britt Terry Brown Don Bruton Joel Bullard Judy Burleson Peggy Burris Christine Butler Sandra Byrd Kitty Cagle Judy Callicut Belinda Campbell Jerry Campbell Judy Campbell Walter Campbell Donnie Cannon page sixty -two SOPHOMORES Larry Carey Rodger Chambers ]ane Chapman Leslie Chapman Tommy Chapman Mike Chavis Tommy Cheek Brenda Childers Danny Childers Gary Childers Jack Childers Lydia Childress Vickie Childress David Christian Mark Christy Hubert Clayton David Cline Larry Cline Nancy Clodfelter Vickie Coble Brenda Coe Judy Coffey Lonnie Coggins Penny C ook Frankie Corbin Cindy Correll Mary Ann Collins Carolyn Crawford Martha Crisco Bobby Critz Karen Crowe Tony Crumbley Jerry Davis Lonnie Davis Phyllis Davis Carolyn Dayvault Rickey Deese Carmen DeMarcus Muriel DeMarcus Leslie Dendy Lou Ann Deyton Janet Donahue Terry Dudley Eddie Dunn Bessie Eagle Randy Eagle Jerry Earnhardt Iris Earwood Tamara Earwood Albert Edgison Michelle Edwards Ronnie Eller Steve Ferguson James Fink page sixty-three SOPHOMORES Jimmy Fisher Myra Fisher Phil Fisher Terry Fisher Beverly Flynne Ralph Forrester Gradon Foster Alison Fowler Judy Fowler Betty Frye Renea Funderburke Martha Gaddy Jerry Galliher Jerry Gaskins Linda Goble Tommy Goble Joyce Godfrey Junior Goforth Linda Goforth Terry Goins Becky Goodson Helen Graham Janet Graham Jill Greene Tommy Gribble Larry Griffin Farrar Griggs Faye Gulledge Rosetta Gunner Mike Hager Charles Hall Rudy Hall John Hamby Broadus Hamilton Janice Hancock Jerry Haney Deartry Harding Danny Harrell David Harrington Larry Harrington Judy Hathcock Joe Hatley Andy Heath Diane Helms Wendy Helms Elaine Henderson Hulene Hill Sharon Hill Junior Hinson Nancy Holder Renea Holmes Steve Holmes Shirley Honbarrier Keith Honeycutt page sixty-four SOPHOMORES Larry Honeycutt Tony Honeycutt Richard Hough Donald Howard Ivy )o Howard David Howell Jerry Howell Kay Howlett David Hudson Pam Hunsucker Carol Irby Tyrone Ivey Dewey Jackson Richard Jenkins Jimmy Johnson Steve Johnson Tommy Johnson David Jones Glenn Jones Russell Joplin Judy Jordan Juney Jung Cherry Keller Carol Kerley Nancy Key Jane King Terry King Judy Kirkley Edna Kite Janice Lambert Jimmy Lambert Stephanie Lambert Barbara Lampley Diane Lane Jerry Lane Judy Ledbetter Glyn Lee Dana Leebrick Patsy Lewis Diane Link Thomas Linn David Lippard Wayne Lof tin Richard Lynch Brenda Mangum Dennis Marks Gwen Marshall Patty Maulden Charlotte McClain Karen McClain Cathy McCombs Keith McCombs Terry McCollum Teresa McDowell page sixty-five SOPHOMORES Fred McGinnis David McKinney Phil Meachum )ames Meeks Rex Messimer )immy Milem Becky Miller Eugene Miller Randall Miller Linda Moffitt Jan Moore Regina Moore Susan Moore Jackie Morris Vivian Morris Danny Morrison James Moysan Mary Murph Johnny Nall Kay Nall Anne Nash Gary Nesbitt Ivan Nesbitt Glenda Nichols Mike Osborne Beth Overcash Larry Overcash Oscar Overcash Patricia Overcash Sarah Overcash Linda Owens Raymond Owens Jane Owings Margaret Page Joe Parker Kenneth Parton Vickie Pate Marty Payne Jimmy Peeler Margaret Perry Sandra Phillips Steve Pierce Jessie Pinnix Phil Pless Julian Polk Debra Poston Terry Powell Dale Presson Bill Privette Patsy Propst Russell Propst Jeff Pryor Mike Query Judy Rainey page sixty-six SOPHOMORES Linda Ramseur Gene Ray Terry Reece Danny Reese Buddy Rhodes Mary Rhodes Rosemary Rich Ann Richardson Annette Richardson Reed Richardson Steve Riner Mary Ritchie Diane Roberts Betty Robins Brenda Ross Mitchell Rousey Wayne Rowland Connie Rufty Darlene Russell Larry Scarborough Ronnie Scercy Rickey Scott Charles Seaford Bonnie Seamon Jeanette Sechler Gary Sharpe Gerald Sheets Ronald Sheets Tony Shoemaker Judy Simpson Albert Sloan Dianne Sloop Karen Sloop Roger Sloop Sharon Sloop Vickie Smallwood Darrell Smith Jeryl Smith Joyce Smith Maylene Smith Ronnie Smith Ann Sowder Brenda Staley Dwain Staley Linda Stancil Norma Starnes Kathy Staton Randy Steele Wanda Steelman Mike Steen Judy Stegall Becky Stokes Tim Stokes David Stowe page sixty-seven SOPHOMORES Mike Strawn Jerry Strickland Ricky Strickland Diane Steward Sharon Sullivan Freddy Sweatt Jean Sweatt Mike Tarlton Pam Taylor Wanda Teal Tony Therrell Martha Thomas Raye Thomas Carolyn Thomason Carol Twitty Shirley Vannoy Iris Vaughn Janet Wallace Evelyn Wallace Gladys Walls Panzy Walls Mike Ward Charles Watkins David Watson Michael Watson Bonnie Watts Lynda Watts Sue Watts Sue Weast Dale Weddington Mike White Connie Whitley Margaret Wiggins Ronnie Wilhelm Patricia Wilkinson David Williams Gary Williams Carol Wilson Susan Wilson Eddie Wise Becky Wood Karen Woodward Sharon Woodward Sandra Wyrick Mike Young page sixty-eight SESSION HOUSE Seated: F. Bounds, C. Biggerstaff, G. Lyerly, J. Foutz, J row 2: S. Safrit, M. Smith, M. Payne, M. Thompson, L. Carter Cline, D. Presson, M. Misenheimer, D, Flarrington, R. Cau- row 1 : L. Brackett, J. Chapman, S. Beaver, S. Bonds, S, ble, T. Stokes, A. Heath, G. Blalock, G. Smith, K. Huggins, McClannon, M. Eudy, K. Honeycutt, J. Greene, D Gaither, Petrea. B. Wood, A Baucom, W. Sea bolt, C. Brown, D. Christian ' STUDENT ORGANIZATION The Student Organization of A. L. Brown High School is the means by which the stu- dent body aids directly in the administra- tion of the school. It is the official organ for student expression in matters pertain- ing 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 of the student body are members of both groups. The purposes are as follows: To establish and maintain a higher moral standard; to develop intelligent 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. " The Forward Look, " a presentation enacted by Hugh Stowe, Carolyn Dayvault, Judy Davis, Jack Boger, Jay Stirewalt, Stanley Gilliam, and Keats Dellinger, displays the standing of the " World ' s Finest Chocolate. " page seventy Left to Right. Seated: J. Foutz, G. Lyerly, K, Allen, Jane Standing: J. Stirewalt, C. Biggerstaff, L. Blume, G. Lee. King, Miss Bounds, J. Carter, H. Hancock. STUDENT GOVERNMENT STUDENT COUNCIL Miss Frances Bounds Advisor Johnny Foutz President Judy Carter Ginger Lyerly Vice-President Secretary Charles Biggerstaff Treasurer page seventy-one Paula Smith ALBROKAN Editor This year, two individual staffs are serv- ing the school. Although they work sepa- rately on the annual and the newspaper, each is dependent upon the other and each is willing to lend a helping hand. The work is hard and the deadlines de- manding, but the purpose, always, is to pro- duce an Albrokan and twelve issues of Brown Beat worthy of representing the school and a year ' s work. ALBROKAN AND ALBROKAN STAFF Below, left to right; W. Tucker, j. Honeycutt, S. Jackson, P. Price, P. Smith, B. Metcalf, N. Dwiggins, S. Edwards, J. Gray. Sports editors, Joe Honeycutt and Woody Tucker, discuss action shots for the annual with Mrs. Oxendine, staff advisor. Nancy Dwiggins Business Manager Dorothy Whitaker BROWN BEAT Editor BROWN BEAT BROWN BEAT STAFF Below, left to right: P. Karriker, J. Plummer, D. Whitaker, C. Harmon, J, Hill, J. Honeycutt, H. Blackerby, ). Boger, S. Pigg, C- Foster, G. Blalock. Joyce Honeycutt and Gary Blalock, Advertising Managers, sell an ad to a willing prospect. Rank 1 — (L to R) K. Weatherby, M, Sherrill, B Frye, T. Mayes, R. Rich, L. Brackett, P. Cook, M. Morris, C. McGin- nis, J. Morris, E. Sullivan, J, Moore, A Safrit, R, Walker, V. Pate, M. Faulkenberry, S. Watts, R Lowder, D. Helms, D, Chatham, J. Rainey, M, Mclnnis, B. Turner. Rank 2: C. Johnson, J. Wilson, D. Stowe, C. Dayvault, S. Wyke, J, Ewing, J. Smith, S. Hoce, B. Wood, J. Noll, C. Cor- rell, S. Carter, L. Coggins, J. Isenhour, N. Dwiggins, B. Overcash, P Arrowood, D, Austin, S. Lewis, j. Ballard, P. Smith, M, Russell, J Graham, G. Troutman. Rank 3: L Emerson N Darnell, W. Teal, N, Rich, N. Dan- iel, j Stirewalt, J. Mechum, J. Parker, j. Thornburg, V. Bowles, S. Pence, S. Safrit, K. Hamilton, J. Ridenhour, B. Gibson, P. Smith, M. Campton, W. Rowland, H. Culp, K. McCombs, T. Moss, M. Hager, A, Rainey, A. Lowder, A. Edwards. Rank 4: G. Hubbard, J Fisher, R Grant, F, Harris, R. Pate, B, Drye, C. DeMarcus, F. Corbin, P, Wise, j. Davis, G. Sheets, B, Wagner, K. Watson, G. Sharpe, D. Drye, J. A. L. BROWN Teague, J. Peeler, D, Cline, W, Campbell, J. Galliher, E. Henderson, D. Broome, J. Bullard, F, Griggs, R. Eller, D. Bruton. Rank 5: J. Carnes, B. Critz, P. Fisher, H. Smith, L. Braxton, J. Oehler, L. Bel k, W. Davis, M, Frye, J. Folk, R. Cham- bers, K. Bost, B, Helms, S. Brinkley, L, Dayvault, R. Grant, R. Little, M. Sloop, B Simpson, R, Cauble, D. McKinney, T. Ivey, R, Bost, D, Jackson, D. Harrington, J. Winecoff, D. Mason. MAJORETTES Cathy McLeod, Suzanne Barger, Becky Reeder, Judy Carter, Judy Davis, Sue Bonds, Linda Stafford. ! Steve Argo DRUM MAJOR BAND DIRECTORS Mr. Harvey Turner and Mr. Harold Matheriy try teaching chief majorette Judy Carter to conduct Tweetsie during the band ' s trip to Appalachian. MARCHING BAND Another year of football shows and con- certs has gone by, and again Brown Band has presented performances which some students classify as " unbelievable. " The approximately one hundred and forty piece band is directed by Mr. Harvey Turner. This year, besides playing for school ac- tivities, the band was invited to play for the pre-game show at the A. S.T.C. -Lenoir Rhyne football game in Boone. On this trip they were also invited to spend the after- noon at TWEETSIE with all expenses paid. The band has brought the school much recognition and also to each member a feel- ing of pride. It has served as a good-will am- bassador from the school to various cities. SPONSORS Ginger Lyerly, Dehlia Marlin, Judy Frye, Sherran Herman, Karen Allen. OFFICERS L to R Donna Overcash — Secretary; Pat Kinney — Vice-President; Marla Moore — President; Mrs. Middleton — Co-advisor; Danita Brigman — Chaplain; Grover Smith — Treasurer; Mr. Rodgers — Co-advisor. The Athenian Chapter of the National Honor Society taps annually students who excel in scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Seniors and juniors may be in- ducted as members; sophomores, as proba- tionary members. Major projects of the year have been maintaining a weekly bulletin board in the front hall, making badges for honor roll students, conducting an essay contest for American Education Week, remembering sick and shut-in people in the community with fruit baskets at Thanksgiving, conduct- ing several educational and inspirational programs, and awarding scholarship medals at the end of the year. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Judy Carter Pat Kinney Cynthia Kobulnicky Ginger Lyerly Pat Arrowood Jerry Baker David Brewer Danita Brigman Marla Moore Donna Overcash Janet Richardson Grover Smith Jay Stirewalt Sail le Thomason Mrs. Joyce Middleton Co-Advisor Mr. Jimmy Rodgers Co- Advisor Jack Boger Nancy Dwiggins Stanley Gilliam Joe Honeycutt Judy Plummer Paula Smith Dorothy Whitaker Mr. Jim Rodgers Honorary Member Mrs. Bess Oxendine Advisor QUILL AND SCROLL Josephus Daniels Chapter MONTAGE STAFF L. to R.: Mr. Rodgers, S. Gilliam, L. Kimbell, J. Boger, i R. Allen, S. Harmon, T. Chapman, C. McLain. FRENCH CLUB L. to R. row 1 : J Patterson, Pres.; J. A. Jackson, V.- Pres.; J Carter, Sec.; C Moore, Treas.; M. Eudy, Social Ch.; R. Grant, B. Landers. row 2. T. Ivey, D McKinney, D. Watson, D. Presson, R. Strickland, D. Reese, K. McCombs. row 3: B. Turner, D Jackson, A Richardson, P. Propst, H. Hill, S. Sullivan, K. McLain. row 4: J. Smith, M Rhodes, D Sloop, R. Holmes, L. Stancil, P. Cook, J. Moore. row 5. C. McCombs, B. Frye, J Ballard, L. Brack- ett, P. Brigman, J. Rainey, B. Wood. row 6: B. Gibbons, L. Goble, N. Holder, A. Heath, J Peeler, J. Barlow, C. Correll. row 7 L. Kimball, M. Erwin, J. Greene, M. Gad- dy, P. Taylor, D. Cline, J. Davis. row 8: M. Lane, J. Snipes, J. Honeycutt, D. Foil, J. Sweatt, B, Ross, L. Deyton. row 9: R. Grant, K. J i n is, D. Horne, J. Griffin, P. Maulden, W. Seabolt, M. A. Smith. row 10: P. Reid, A, Price, K. Kinney, J. Binkley, L. Biggers, S. Earnhardt, H. Culp. row 1 1 : H. Eddings, J. Foutz, L Brown, D. Ed- dleman, T. Funderburk, D. Foster, R Harrington. row 12: J. St. John, P. Parton, S. McClannon, M. Smith, M. Murph, A. Poplin, D, Holder. row 13. L. Emerson, D. Chatham, K. Brantley, C. McLeod, K. Hamilton, J. Chapman. L. to R.: F. Chapman, R. Byrd, D. Mason, H. Smith. BANKING L. to R.: H. Nelms, P. Kinney, J. Baker, M. Moore, Mrs. Gilmore. SPANISH CLUB L. to R. ' row 1 : H. Smith, J. Gamble, B. Hilton, V. Benton, T. Slaughter, M. McWaters, B. Sloop, row 2: B. Wagner, P. Kinney, R. Honbarrier, P. Hastings, M Steen, F. Adams, R. Bost. row 3: B. Hardin, M. Mclnnis, M. Russell, J. Yorke, B. Beard, L. Morris, J. Blue, L, Marshall, B. Marshall, P. Scarboro, B. Reeder, J. Adams, B. Richards, B. Simpson, J Baker, J. Watson, L. Sides, L. Braxton, W. Tucker, Mrs. Caldwell. MIXED CHORUS L. to R. row 1 : Mr. Parker, Carol Brown, H. Uclams, Jan. Massey, N. Starnes, B. Black, D. Howard, L. Griffin, L. Tice, D. Gaither, S. Glenn, C. Thomp- son, L. Braswell, P. Keaton, M. Edwards, Vicky Coble, B. Barnhart, F. Donahue, J. Simpsons, Joyce Honeycutt, S. Sloop, K. Cook, P. Parton. row 2: P. Overcash, P. Burris, D. Stewart, C. Bal- lard, C. Twitty, B. Miller, S. Shot, G. Sides, Bill Bauer, D. Aiken, L Hunsucker, L. Hampton, S. Horton, P. Benton, Kaye Hines, M. Wallace, S. Wyrick, J. Sloop, J. King, S. Honbarrier, L. John- son, L. Kimball, B. Foster, J, Gainey. row 3. S. Vannon, B Stokes, J. Wallace, D. Rus- sell, B. Roppe, S Phillips, S. Absher, Gary Wil- liams, S. Pierce, M. Williams. P. Hunsucker, M. Collins, M. Page, P. Jones, P. Dayvault, I How- ard, D. Petty, B. Snipes, D. Reid, P. Reid, G. Belk, L. Blume. row 4: R. Faggart, C. Cook, C. Sloop, S. Bonnell, J. Jackson, E Smith, M. Williams, J. Earnhardt, J. Fink, D. Wallace, D. Foster, R Funderburke, Phyllis Harris, E, Kite, P. Whitaker, B. Overcash, E. Hurst, J. Gray, G. Thompson, B. Robbins, L. Childress, P. Lewis, N. Moore, Hazel Correll, C. Eagle, D Foil. page seventy-nine OFFICERS Left to Right: J. Stirewalt, secretary; L. Dayvault, chaplain; R. Fisher, vice-president; H. Nelms, treasurer; J. Baker, President. The Key Club is a service organization for boys of high academic standing, good char- acter, and initiative. They unite together, under the sponsorship of the Kiwanis Club, for the purpose of developing character, building leadership, and promoting good citizenship. Mr. Tom Linn Advisor Top Row: Jerry Baker, Charles Biggerstaff, Jimmy Bonds, Lawrence Braxton, David Brewer, Ronnie Cauble. Second Row: Lynn Dayvault, Bobby Field, Rocky Fisher, Harry Hancock, Gerald Hilton, Tony Jackson. Bottom Row: Harold Nelms, Ronnie Sherrill, Bobby Simp son, Ricky Sims, Grover Smith, Jay Stirewalt. A . M A 1 n ffki ilMji page eighty L. to R. Seated: P. Arrowood, W. Clark, S, Lewis, J. Frye, S, Edwards. Row 1 : P. Smith, S. Overcash, D. Davis, L. Sloop, J. Chap- man, C. Munday, M. Mclnnis, M. Edwards, B. Gibbons. Row 2: A. Nash, L. Emerson, P. Scarboro, S. Wike, D. Overcash. LIBRARY CLUB ANCHOR CLUB L. to R. row 1: Mrs. Cauble, Librarian; T, Cronin, C. Munday, D. Overcash, J. Bond, T. Roseman, P. Hastings, row 2: C. Barnhardt, M Hunsuck, J. Waller, L. Tice, K. Cagle, B. Cannon, P. Scarboro, ). Fisher, J. Strickland, S. Honbarrier, S. Overcash, Debbie Davis, W. Clark, N. Key, B. Hardin. row 3: T. Beryman, T Chapman, J. Pinnix, L. Finney, D. Morrison, M. White, B. Gurley, Billie Robbins. page eighty-one jc MONITORS L. to R. row 1 : M Russell, K. Gibson, S. Herman, J, Sloop, B Marshall, L Marshall, T. Mayes, V. Benton, P Deese, B. Sloop, M. Dunlap, W. Clark, B. Gib- bons, N Dowless, J. Blue, B. Hardin, M. Sherrill, row 2: Parker, C. Hammett, G. Troutman, J. Brinkley, D. Phillips, P. King, S. Humann, K. Thompson, D Perkins, S. Deese, M. Griffin, C. Moore. row 3: S. Simmons, A Price, S. Hoce, M Brown, J Staley, C. McGinnis, S. McClannon, B. Hart, K. Julian, P. Scarboro, W. Queen, row 4: B. Wagner, M. Crowder, V. Jones, R. Sherrill, R. Chisholm, D. Hart, D. Martin, M. Carrigan, J Isenhour, P. Hastings, D. Brigman. row 5 D, Thornburg, M. Petrea,. B. Gibson, L. Cline, D. Baker, L. Biggers, P. Smith, G. Wilson, P. Price, row 6: K. Dellinger, S. Linebarrier, M. Sloop, J. Sloop, T. Safit, W. Price, J. Sweatt. FIRST AID DUPLICATING Avery Poplin, Diane Barlow, Mrs. Gilmore, Advisor; Judy Binkley, Mary Compton, Judy Coffey, Polly King, Patsy Beck, Cynthia McGinnis (Patient), Doris Crowder. L. to R. J. Gamble, L. Kimball, Mrs. Sara Hamrick, Advisor; B Richards, S. Thomason, T. Chapman, M. McWaters, D. Overcash. BIBLE CLUB L. to R. row 1 : E, McMurray, D. Phillips, C. Harmon, B. Haney, V. Benton, S. Pence, N. Key, T. Berryman, row 2: I. Mellon, J. Campbell, ), Blue, B. Marshall, B. Mangum, L. Marshall, D. Crowder, C. Johnson, row 3: J. Jordan, D. Hall, R. Harrington, L. Abernathy, J. Key, P. Keaton, K Julian, M, Crowder, row 4: W. Teal, S. Bass, V. Barnhardt, W. Abernathy, J. Ingram, P. Sellers, C. Cook, K. Watson, row 5: D. Perkins, D, Keener, J. Lovett, P. Kinney, G. Fish- er, S. Deal, J. Lambert, K. Cagle. row 6: P, Taylor, B, Whitaker, J. Gainey, B, Foster, J. Ste- gall, K. Staton, L. Nicholson, P. Adams, row 7, D. Russell, C. Sloop, R Walden, D. Hardin, C. Bax- ter, L, Gurley, B. Phillips, S. Broome, row 8: A. McLeod, J. Knight, W. Bruce, D. Hailey, J. Huff- stetler, G. Blalock, M. Williams, J. Hill, M. Crisco, H. Pri- vette, L Holcomb, B, Metcalf, C. Russell, S. Johnson, S. Hol- iday, P. Irwin, K. Hines, L. Jordan, W. Chambers, W. Bruce. LAB ASSISTANTS L. to R. J. Massey, J Absher, K. Hamilton, S Absher, L. Marshall, L. Hardin, C. Baxter, B. Gurley, B. Marshall, J. Bumgarner, Starnes, A Propst, L. Roark, P. Bennett, S. Goodnight, P. Karriker, N. Barnhardt, L. Gurley, J. Blue, A. Gillon, N. S. Beaver, B. Styers, G. Belk, J. Thompson, C. Coe L to R.: D Brigman, J. Carnes, Mr Drummond, Mrs. Daves, M. Mills, G. Fisher, M. Eudy, M. Erwin, S, Safrit. Bostiah, D. Lacey, R. Grant, T. Smith, C. Barnhardt, P. PAGES INDUSTRIAL COOPERATIVE TRAINING CLUB L. to R. row I ) C Harrington, J Huffstetler, M. Wike, V. Bras- well, J. Artz, M. Vernon, D. Beck, row 2: G. Brown, G. Crane, J. Lee, J. Farmer, G. Hub- bard, M. Overcash. row 3: T. Osbourne, ). Lyzenby, R Barber, G. Steen, L. Day, G. Carter, B. Watts, C. Foster, M. Carter, J, Scott, L Litaker, T, Tuggle, J. Walson, J. Scercy, Mr. Lamb, seated: D. Brewer, T. Crowder, J. Kerley. page eighty-four L. to R. row 1: N Rich, Treas.; B. Landers, Sec.; ). Jackson, Vice- J. Hancock, S Wike. Pres.; R. Fisher, Pres.; Mrs Irene Edwards, Sponsor. row 4; R Walden, P, Fisher, G. Sides, H Hawkins, J. Go- row 2; M. Braswell, J Honeycutt, M, Griffin, J Yorke, M. forth, S. Absher, D Broome. Perry, R. Rich, M. McGinnis, W. Clark. row 5 - 5 Shoaf, L. Weaver, K Dellinger, J. Patterson, D. row 3; D. Perkins, M. Moore, G. Belk, J, Carter, J.-Kirkley, Hart, M. Easley. SPEECH CLUB DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION STANDING L. to R. C. Haynes — President, R Smith, D Wilkinson, R. Marlow, S. Snead, K. Rummage, D, Brigman, M, Lane, J Byerly, J. Troutman, S. Daniel, J. Green, L. Tarlton, B. Crisco, J. Childers, G. Wilson, D. Overcash, H Sturgis, M. Williams, M. Sloop, P. Hastings, R. Evans, Z. Hill, T. Safrit, First row seated A. E-dward — Secretary, B, Seaford, G. Brown. row 2 ; D Thornburg — Secretary, B. Hartis — Vice-President, G Hackworth, S. Farmer, row 3 ; P. Smith — Historian, T. Baucom — Treasurer, K. Sides, j. Thompson — Scrapbook, row 4: R. Williams — Parliamentarian, T. McClamrock — Asst. Vice- President, J. Johnson. page eighty-fivi L. to R. row 1 : T Earwood, ). Pinnix, D. Petty, S. Moore, J. Han- cock, B, Warren, Pres.; B Seamon, Chaplain; N. Rich, Vice-Pres ; C. Baxter, Sec., B Landers, L. )ordan, R. Shinn, Advisor, A, Gi I Ion, D, Barnes, M. Sherrill, row 2: D, Phillips, J. Sechler, J. Livengood, A. Nash, V, Morris, L Goble, S Honbarrier, L, Ball, J. Campbell, H Graham, R. Hardin, S. Deese, B Watts, P. Irvin, J Burle- son, S. Johnson, L Braswell, M. Edwards, L. Johnson, S, Bass, W, Chambers, P. Maulden, V. Bowles, row 3: C. DeMarcus, C. Thomason, R. Faggart, C. Chastine, S. Lambert, A, Edwards, L. Gordon, A. Baucom, R. Holmes, J. Childers, P. Beck, B. Stokes, W. Teal, M. Collins, L. Roach, J. Massey, K, Hines, D, Craft, M. Thomas, C. Keller, M, DeMarcus, D. Britt, B. Eagle, row 4; P. Price, B. Gibson, L. Biggers, V. Jones, C. Coe, L, Watts, W, Steelman, D. Poston, B. Miller, J. Allen, H. Kirkley, J, Callicutt, J, Kirkley, L Moffitt, B, Pitman, ) Ledbetter, B. Metcalf, P. Allen, row 5: D. Goforth, S. Deal, L. Childress, B. Robbins, E. Hurst, J. Hileman, B. Overcash, P. Lewis, L. Gurley, L, Dendy, I, Earwood, P. Benfield, B. Coxey, V. Troutman, B Gurley, K. Watson, J. Sweatt, P. Smith. FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB L to R. row I: R Honbarrier, Treas.; K. Kinney, Sec.; B. Turner, Pres ; C. Eagle, Vice-Pres.; K. Guy, Sponsor, row 2; S. Bonnell, C. Harmon, S. Wike, W. Chambers, P King, S. Edwards, P. Keaton, A. Quinn, F, DeMarcus, C McLeod, E Sullivan, R Rich, B. Beard, M. Griffin, J. Yorke, T Mayes, C. Robinette, B, Beaver, J, Brinkley, W. Clark. row 3: R. Little, K. Hamilton, C. Lowder, H Nelms, J Davis, R. Fisher, B. Hart, K. Julian, J. Staley, P Daves, N Dwiggins, S. Thomason, G. Troutman, C. McGinnis, N. Moore, H. Correll, D. Perkins, row 4; W. Tucker, S. Linebarrier, E, Robertson, M. Petrea, L, DeMarcus, J. Thornburg, J. Harris, S. Argo, W. Queen, J. Hill, D Hart, S. Barger, B Gurley, J. Smith, row 5: H Blackerby, L. Weaver, M. Sloop, K. Dellinger, B. Dry, P. Price, L. Cline, K. McLain, A. Price, P. Kinney, P. Moose, D. Martin, D. Thornburg, B. Wagner, S. Sim- mons page eighty-six FUTURE OF HOMEMAKERS AMERICA L, to R.: Seated: M. Dunlap, K. Julian, S. Honbarrier, N. Key, J. Standing: J. Key, L. Abernathy, J. Key, M. Crisco, M. Lambert, B. Swink, C. Rufty. Whitley, L. Kidd. TRI-SCI CLUB D, Eddleman, President; N. Rich, Vice-Pres.; N. Dowless, Secretary; K. Thompson, Treasurer; P. Arrowood, Reporter; M. Sherrill, Chaplain; W. Gillon, Program Chairman; J. Bo- ger, Refreshment Chairman. row 2: D. Link, G. Marshall, J. Key, M. McClain, J. Jordan, P. Scarboro, S. Moore, J. Hancock, J. Barlow, G. Lee, T. King, R. Propst, A. Fowler, L. Stancil, B. Turner, M, Mc- Innis. row 3: L. Brown, M. Lane, H. Stowe, R. Barbee, S. Bigger- staff, M. Strawn, R. Griggs, D. Howard, D. Thornburg, S. Humann, H. Hill, T. Goins, J. Honeycutt, L. Abernathy, C. Rufty, L. Blume. row 4: B. Smith, S. Linebarner, L. Weaver, J. Earnhardt, M. Rousey, M. McLain, C. James, P. Meacham, E. Carter, L Finney, D. Presson, C. DeMarcus, I. Nesbitt, M. Ward, B. Critz. page eighty-seven L to R. row ] . M. Sherrill, V Jones, N, Rich, W, Queen, D. Thorn- burg, D. Martin, B, Gibson, L. Cline, B. Dry, H. Correll, J. Davis, row 2: M. Moore, C, Hammett, T, Mayers, S, Barger, J Yorke, N, Moore, S, Absher, G. Belk, B, Moss, T. Beaver, row 3: P Arrowood, G, Troutman, A Edwards, P. Moose, T. Chapman, C. Eagle, M. Griffin, C. Harmon, row 4 ' J. Richardson, S, Thomason, S. Herman, J. Thompson, P. Smith, J Johnson, B. Wagner, J. Harris, K. Allen, B. Reeder, M, Mclnnis, S. Beaver. JUNIOR TRI-HI-Y L to R, row I : P Smith, B. Landers, J, Frye, M, Erwin, S, Lewis, D. Baker, L, DeMarcus, E, Freeze, M, Eudy, J. Caulder. row 2: A Gi I Ion, R. Walker, R. Lowder, J. Griffin, S. Nelms, N Morris, N. Daniel, A, Quinn, D Petty, D. Chat- ham, C McLeod, C. Robinette, J. King, D. Brigman. row 3: M. Brown, V, Troutman, E. Sullivan, D. Martin, S. Barger, A. Rainey, C. Johnson, J. Plummer, L. Emerson, G Lyerly, N. Dwiggins, C. McGinnis, S. Edwards. row 4: R. Grant, B. Ingram, K, Brantley, S. Watkins, C. Norwood, K. Thompson, K Hamilton, D. Horne, M. Smith, S. Safrit, ). Jackson, P. Daves, C. Brown. row 5: L. Biggers, P Price, R. Harrington, J, Ridenhour SOPHOMORE TRI-HI-Y L to R. row I : J Morris, J Coffey, J, Greene, M, Murph, C. Day- vault, R. Funderburk, D, Austin, G. Nichols, P. Maulden. row 2: j Barlow, L. Brackett, M. Gaddy, I. Vaughn, M. Smith, A, Fowler, R. Rich, V. Smallwood, B. Frye, M. Ed- wards, H. Adams, L. Kidd. row 3: L. Blume, P. Propst, A. Richardson, G. Lee, L. Goble, N. Holder, M. Rhodes, S. Griffin, P. Brigman, J. Ballard, L Avant, G. Marshall row 4 C. DeMarcus, H Hill, S. Sullivan, K McLain, L. Deyton, J. Graham, A, Baucom, B Wood, A Nash, S. Wil- son, B. Overcash, D. Link, J. Godfrey, J. Chapman, row 5: D. Sloop, V. Bowles, I. Earwood, C. McCombs, F, Allman, E. Henderson, C. Correll. SENIOR L to R row 1: H. Nelms, Pres ; M. Petrea, Vice-Pres.; S. Perkins, Vice-Pres.; B. Smith, Sec.; P. Maulden, Treas.; L. Tice, Chap. row 2: J. Hill, B. Simpson, D. Thornburg, M. Sloop, D. Beck. H I - Y row 3: T. Mitchell, L. Coggins, H. Stowe, J. Baker, P. Hastings, C. Haynes. row 4: D Hart, L Weaver, K. Dellinger, E. Robertson, C. Farley, M. Steen. JUNIOR Hl-Y L. to R. row 1 : M, Norris, R Grant, S. Argo, B. Wagner, D, Deal, K. Huggins, C. Chapman, L. Dayvault, F. Chapman, D Graybeal, K. Weatherby. row 2: S. Carter, T. Moss, J. Honeycutt, j. Cannon, D. Broome, J. Yates, D. Vaughn, M, Misenheimer, H, Bruce, P. Nash, E Carter, H, Hawkins, M. William, T. Morton, j. Teague, T. Beam, B. Belk, J Fowler, R Beam, M. Wike row 3: W. Davis, J. Earnhardt, B. Carrier, G, Smith, B Helms, B. Parker, J. Patterson, M. Petrea, D. Drye, B. Beasley, R. Little, S. Gaskey, M. Hunsuck, J. Huffstetler, G. Blalock, D, Keener. SOPHOMORE Hl-Y L. to R. row 1 : D. Bruton, P. Fisher, B. Hamilton, D, Jackson, F. Griggs, R. Chambers, D. Stowe, D. Reese, J. Parker, row 2: T. Stokes, J. Bullard, T. Reece, j Bond, W, Row- land, R. Scercy, L. Blume, B. Braxton, M. Hager, row 3: J. Peele, J. Huffstetler, J. Davis, M. Williams, T. Barbee, T. Johnson, D, Howard, T, Chapman row 4: J. Gaskins, B. Critz, M. Osborne, M Ward, I Nes- bitt, J. Goforth, D. Hudson, D. Keener, G. Blalock, row 5: A Heath, C. Baker, B. Parker, T. Ivey, D. Harring- ton, D. McKinney, J. Johnson. Front Chief Cheerleader: Janet Richardson Left to right: Judy Morris, Carol Hammett, Deana Baker, Jane King, Marla Moore, Amy Gillon, L. to R, row 1 : B. Field, R. Honbarrier, T. Bryant, H. Hancock C Biggerstaff, K. Gibson, G. Hilton, M, Hicks. row 2: R Boone, K. Bost, T, Baucom, G. Smith, M. Petrea, M, Correll, K. Dellinger, P, Ashworth, j. Patterson, D. Hart, C. Chapman row 3: R, Sherrill, R. Fisher, R. Little, M. Norris, S. Argo, L. Day vault, W. Eidson, J. Kerley, T. Moss, D. Perkins, ) ' . Fowler. row 4 T Mitchell, R. Sims, M Arnette, T. Hendrix, L. Coggins, B. Hendrickson, C. Farley, S. Snead, R. Bost, F. Hunsucker, G. Smith, W. Davis, R. Lisenby, R. Barbee.’ ; wM mm h ' , j r Hr MM jr?. ’ y A; ’ ' ' ' ■ ' ’ i ' ■ vK ' Tf ' ' " " ' ' ■v’t ' - .‘vl Jr ' r |HP V The ' 63 - ' 64 football season found the Wonders continuing their climb up the conference ladder Playing from the " T " formation, the Wonders displayed a well-balanced offensive attack paced by quarterback Rocky Fisher The defensive team also sparkled as it held South Rowan to a — 6 yards rushing in a 22-0 Wonder victory. The homecoming game with Mooresville will be remembered for the rain and the mud. In one of the most exciting, yet disappointing, games of the year, Concord emerged on the long end of a 20-19 score to retain possession of " our " Victory Bell. The Wonders com- pleted the season supporting a 5-5 mark. page ninety-two 1963 TRI-CAPTAINS Gerald Hilton Rocky Fisher Kenneth Gibson L to R Row 1 : Coach Mauldin. M Long, D Perkins, T Cline, L. Blume, B. Field, J. Fowler, D Williams, T Bryant, D. Black, D. Hudson, J. Howell, J Patterson, Coach Edminston. Row 2: R, Jenkins, R. Fisher, K. Honeycutt, B Hendrickson, T. Hen- drix, C Biggerstaff, M. Ward, M Payne, G Hilton, J. Lambert, T. Goble, K Gibson, M. Armes, C. Chapman Row 3: Coach Pryor, D. Anderson, S. Riner, T Honeycutt, D Chris- tian, M Correll, D. Hart, T Berryman, T Johnson, T. Baucom, D. Compton, M. Stein, G. Blalock, Coach Watts. Row 4: K. Dellinger, M. Arnette, M. Petrea, D. Marks, R Lisenby, R. Little, W. Edison, G. Smith, G. Smith, D. Lebrick, D Bolick, M. Misenheimer, j. Pryor, P. Ashworth. IfjK? i» A " SCOREBOARD Kannapolis 6 Boyden _ 0 Kannapolis 0 East Mecklenburg 26 Kannapolis 6 North Rowan 0 Kannapolis 13 Statesville 0 Kannapolis 27 Albemarle 0 Kannapolis 22 South Rowan 0 Kannapolis 6 Thomasville 25 Kannapolis 0 Asheboro 53 Kannapolis 6 Mooresville 20 Kannapolis 19 Concord 20 pi BPf-.n , l-L. ' Terry Baucom Guard Senior Keats Dellinger Tackle Senior Phil Ashworth End Senior Macky Petrea Center Senior FOOTBALL Butch Hendrickson Halfback Junior John Patterson Guard Junior Ronald Lisenby End Junior Kenneth Gibson Guard Senior David Perkins Guard Senior Robert Little Quarterback Senior Cobey Farley End Senior David Hart End Senior 1963 Terry Hendrix Halfback Junior Wesley Edison Tackle junior Randy Steele Fullback Sophomore Rocky Fisher Quarterback ! i ! B Lynn Dayvault pulls down a rebound against Mt. Pleasant, Phil Ashworth and Marty Pavne look on. Mickey Hicks Guard Senior BOYS ' Steve Argo Forward Junior Lynn Dayvault Forward Junior Ronnie Sherrill Guard Junior Phil Ashworth Center Senior page ninety-six Row one: M. Correll, D. Fisher, G. Hilton, M, Hicks, R. Row two: L. Ballard, G. Smith, G. Smith, B. Carrier, S. Sherrill, P. Nash, M. Payne, R. Owens, T. Mitchell. Argo, P, Ashworth, L. Dayvault, K. Huggins, B. Hamilton, J. Pryor. BASKETBALL Ronnie Sherrill and Lynn Dayvault move in to capture the bouncing ball. The veteran-studded Little Wonder bas- ketball team finished the non-conference section of its season with an even 4-4 rec- ord. Led by nimble Ronnie Sherrill the cagers planned to stage a tough fight for a high berth in the conference. page ninety-seven Sandra Griffin Forward Sophomore Vicki Childress Guard Sophomore Delores Fox Guard Junior Edna Smith Roving Guard Senior Sandy Argo Roving Forward Junior Pam Brigman Forward Sophomore page ninety-eight L- t° Row 2: C. DeMarcus, K. Thomas, E Hendrickson, V. Chi Row 1 ; C. Rufty, B. Ross, S. Griffin, S. Helms, S. Moore, dress, E, Smith, M, DeMarcus, S. Argo, P, Brigman, P. Cook, D. Fox. GIRLS ' BASKETBALL The Wonderettes of Brown High were vic- torious only three times out of the first eight non-conference games of the season. With ex- perienced and skillful players such as Sandy Argo, Edna Smith, Carmen DeMarcus, Pam Brig- man and Delores Fox, the girls ' team hoped to catch fire and finish the year near the top. Carmen DeMarcus connects for two points on a driving lay-up TRACK Phil Ashworth shows his winning form during a practice session. Showing spirit and determination, the charges of Coach Ed Edmiston gained a share of the Southern Piedmont Division track title of 1963 with Statesville. Com- posed mainly of sophomores, the Little Wonder thinclads showed vast improvement in every event to outdistance such oppo- nents as South Rowan, Albemarle, States- ville, and Hickory. The Wonders placed high in several events at the association meet to provide keen competition for the other teams present. LEFT TO RIGHT 1st Row, T Bryant, R. Little, M. Griffin, P Ashworth, C Farley. L Newsome, M Frye, B. Hendrickson 2nd Row; M. Shinn, M. Wike, J. Huffstetler, C. Biggerstaff, M Arnette M Petrea, H Culp, M. Isom, W. Edison, 3rd Row: Coach Kiser, H Hawkins, T. Jackson, S. Argo, L. Dayvaulf, Coach Edminston, W, Davis, J. Patterson, J. Fowler, D. Broome, Coach Mauldin. page one hundred LEFT TO RIGHT Seated: E. Edwards, J. Punch. 1st Row: D, Deal, R. Sherrill, M Hicks, T Mitchell, T. Moss, B. Carrier, R. Sims, B. Newsome, G. Hilton, Coach B. Watts 2nd Row: R Funderburke, R Lisenby, M. Norris, G. Smith, G. Smith, S. Sneed, M Petrea, M. Correll, M, Misen- heimer, R. Bost, Coach D. Chalk. Ronnie Sherrill prepares to take a few swings during a workout on the Wonder practice field. BASEBALL The Little Wonder baseball team was again under the direction of Coaches Doug Chalk and Bill Watts. The Wonders played hard and gave it their all in each game of the 1963 season. They won the respect of their opponents and the student body en- route to a 3-9 conference slate. KNEELING LEFT TO RIGHT: D Stowe, F. Hunsucker, R, Henharrier, T. Moss, J. Kerley, R. Barbee, Coach B Mauldin, H Hancock, J. Bost, R. Steele, J. Patterson, W. Edison, K. Dellinger. STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: T. King, D. Perkins, ] Nall, D Deal, T. Morton, R. Cauble, D. Kinney, T Barbee, T. Owens, F. Adams, S. Gaskey, G. Seaford, M Steene, J, Johnson, G. Foster, T. Morris, M Armes, M. Pryor, P. Mitchum. WRESTLING Terry Moss, Wonder grappler, smashes his opponent to the mat in a hotly contested match. page one hundred tieo I HONOR SELECTIONS For the first time this year, the junior class chose a Miss Hi Miss, Jane King. The class based their selection on leadership, scholarship, character, and personality. Jane was a guest of Winthrop College in Rock Hill, South Carolina, one weekend this spring. The Homecoming Queen, Nelda Rich, was chosen from the senior girls by a vote of the entire student body. She was crowned at the Saturday night dance on Homecom- ing weekend, since rain prevented the usual pre-game activities Friday night. This year, Sharoyn Absher was chosen by the senior class as Miss Brown Hi. Later she was crowned Miss Merry Christmas and was chosen as runner-up to the Car- rousel Queen in the Charlotte Carrousel Parade. Janet Richardson, May Queen, was chosen from the senior girls by the entire student body. Her coronation was the high- light of the May Day program held during assembly. Miss Brown Hi SHAROYN ABSHER Homecoming Queen NELDA RICH May Queen JANET RICHARDSON Miss Hi Miss JANE KING MAY CO U RT fygppppp; page one hundred fiv, Pat Kinney Cynthia Kobulnicky Judy Davis Judy Carter SENIOR HALL Johnny Foutz Tommy Crowder David Brewer Harold Nelms page one hundred six Sherran Herman Nelda Rich Sally Thomason Sharoyn Absher OF FAME Rocky Fisher Jerry Baker Phil Ashworth Stanley Gilliam page one hundred seven I I Becky Reeder Marla Moore Janet Richardson Karen Allen ■ OR HALL OF FAME Bobby Simpson Jack Boger Macky Petrea Harry Hancock page one hundred eight SENIOR STATISTICS LIBBY ABERNATHY— Bible Club 4; F.H.A. 4; Tri-Sci 4; Chorus 1; Phys. Ed. assist- ant 4. SHAROYN DIANNE ABSHER— Hall of Fame 4; Constitution committee 3; Home- coming committee 4; Homeroom officer 1, 4; Session House 3; Secretary of Sophomore class 2; Treasurer of Senior class 4; Speech club 4; French club 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 1; Lab as- sistant 3, 4; Brown Masquers 2, 3; Thes- pians 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Miss Hi Miss 3; Homecoming attendant 2, 3; Valen- tine Queen 1; Junior class play 3; Miss Brown High 4; Miss Merry Christmas 4; Carrousel Princess 4. TONY HAMILTON ADAMS— Monitor 1; Bible club 2. BARBARA JEAN ADAMS— Homeroom of- ficer 1; Bible club 3; Spanish club 3, 4; Library club 1; Tri-Sci 1. JOHN FRANKLIN ADAMS, JR.— Homeroom officer 1; Session House 2; Bible Club 1, 4; Spanish club 3, 4; Football 3; Monitor 1, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 4; Wrestling 1, 4. DAVID FRAZIER AIKEN— Chorus 4; Wres- tling 1, 2, 4; Junior class play 3. KAREN MARIE ALLEN— Student Council 4; Assembly committee 4; Calendar com- mittee 3; Homeroom officer 2, 3; Session House 3; Secretary of Junior class 3; Hall of Fame 4; Spanish club 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Sponsor 3, 4; First aid assistant 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. STEVE RANDALL ALLEN— Bible club 1; Pep club 1; Track 1, 2. RAY THOMAS ALLEN — Homeroom presi- dent 4; MONTAGE art editor 4; French club 2; Monitor 1; Duplicating staff 1. PATRICIA ANN ARROWOOD — Homeroom president 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Marshal 3; Anchor club president 3, 4; French club 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 1; Lab assistant 3; Tri-Sci 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. PHIL COLLIER ASHWORTH— Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Hall of Fame 4; Mono- gram club 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; All Conference Football team 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES ANDERSON ARTZ, JR.— I.C.T. JERRY HERBERT BAKER— Student Coun- cil 1; Social committee 3, 4; Citizenship committee 3; Homeroom officer 1, 4; Ses- sion House 3; Vice-president of Freshman class 1; President of Sophomore class 2; MONTAGE 2, 3; Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Hall of Fame 4; Key club 2, 3, 4; President of Key club 4; Speech club 3, 4; Spanish club 4; Banking 4; Office page 1; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Junior class play 3; Citizen of Month 2; Chosen Most Helpful student 1; Science club 1; Junior-Senior committee 3; Homecoming committee 2, 3, 4; Junior Rotarian 4; Outstanding Youth of Kannapolis 4; President of Science Club 1. LINDA KAY BALL — Pep club 2; Future Nurses 4. CAROL FAYE BALLARD— Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. LARRY EUGENE BALLARD— Homeroom officer 1, 3; Monitor 1; Monogram club 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 4. DELBERT ROGER BARBEE — Homeroom officer 2; Future Teachers 4; Monogram club 3, 4; Tri-Sci 4; Football 2; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. RICHARD RAY BARBER— Bible club 2; Monitor 1; Football 2; I.C.T. 3, 4. SHARON CORRINE BARGER— Social com- mittee 4; Homeroom officer 1, 3; Session House 1; French club 4; Future Teachers 4; Cheerleader 1; Chorus 1; Brown Mas- quers 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. TERRY LEE BAUCOM— Junior Class Play 3; Session House 3; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 4; Monitor 1; Library club 1; Mono- gram club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; D.E. 4. BARBARA ELAINE BEARD— Homeroom officer 1; Bible club 1, 2, 3; Spanish club 3, 4: Future Teachers 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2; Pep club 2; Monitor 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Junior Class play 3; Junior-Senior committee 3. SANDRA JO BEAVER — Homeroom officer 3; Session House 4; French club 2; Chor- us 1, 2, 3; Junior Class Play 3; Monitor 1; Lab assistant 3, 4; Brown Masquers 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep club 2. TERRIE JEAN BEAVER— Homeroom offi- cer 1; Session House 1; Bible club 4; Speech club 3; Future Homemakers 4; Future Nurses 2; Chorus 1; Monitor 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. SANDRA GAIL BELK— Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Class play 3; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Speech club 4; Future Nurses 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Lab assistant 3, 4; Brown Masquers 1, 2, 3; Thespians 3; Pep club 2, 4; Chairman of Class Poem committee 4. DAVID FRANKLIN BENFIELD— Football 2. PATSY ANN BENNETT— Session House 1; Lab assistant 4. VICKI LYNN BENTON — Homeroom officer 1; Bible club 2, 3, 4; Speech club 3; Spanish club 3, 4; Future Nurses 2; Chorus 1, 2; Monitor 1, 4; Lab assistant 3; First aid assistant 1; Brown Masquers 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2; Pep club 2. JANICE FAYE BLUE — Homeroom officer 3; Jr. Marshal 3; Bible club 3, 4; Spanish club 3, 4; Monitor 1, 3, 4; Lab assistant 4; Bible award 2. SUE WILSON BONDS — Student Council 1; Assembly committee 3; May Day com- mittee 2, 3; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Session House 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Sponsor 1; Majorette 4; Monitor 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3. NORMAN JACKSON BOGER— S t u d e n t Council committee 4; BROWN BEAT staff 4; MONTAGE staff 4; Hall of Fame 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; President of Quill and Scroll 4; Tri-Sci 4. RICHARD LEON BOST— Homeroom officer 1, 3; Spanish club 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 1; Monogram club 2, 3, 4; Tri-Sci 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4. LAWRENCE SCOTT BRAXTON— Hall of Fame committee 4; Homeroom officer 4; Jr. Marshal 3; Key club 4; Spanish club 4; Band 3, 4. DAVID EARL BREWER — Homecoming committee 4; Evaluation committee 4; Homeroom officer 2, 3; Vice-president of Jr. Class 3; President of Senior Class 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Jr. Marshal 3; Key club 4; French Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Office page 1; I.C.T. 4. DARRELL THOMAS BRIGMAN— Monitor 3, 4; Wrestling 1; D.E. 4. REBECCA ELLEN B R I G M A N— F u t u r e Nurses 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3; Pep club 2; Jr. Class play 3. VERNON LEE BRASWELL— Track 1; I.C.T. 4. GARY WAYNE BROWN— Bible club 1; D.E. 3, 4. GERALD CLARK BROWN— Session House 3; Bible Club 3; Chorus 1; I.C.T. 4; Wrestling 1. THOMAS KENNETH BRYANT— Chorus 1; Monitor 1; Monogram club 2, 3, 4; Foot- ball 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1; I.C.T. 3. JEANETTE ROSETTE BUMGARNER — Monitor 1; Lab assistant 4. RON KY LE BYRD— Session House 2; Monitor 1; Stage crew 4. BETTY LYNN CAN NON— Library club 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1. MARTHA W. CARRIGAN — Session House 2; Future Nurses 3; Monitor 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. JUDY LYNN CARTER— Student Council 3; Vice-president of Student Council 4; Chairman of Homecoming committee 4; Chairman of May Day committee 3; Chair- man of Activities committee 3; Honor So- ciety 3, 4; Jr. Marshal 3; Hall of Fame 4; Speech club 4; French club 3, secretary 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 3, Chief 4; Monitor 1; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Scholastic award 3; Song committee 4; All state band 1; Dele- gate to Tri-Hi-Y convention 3; Junior Class play 3; Corresponding secretary, Student Government 4; Delegate N.C.S.C.C. 4. MIKE EUGENE CARTER— Homeroom offi- cer 3, 4; French club 2; I.C.T. 4. WANDA SUE CHAPMAN— Bible club 4; Fut ure Teachers 4; Future Homemakers 2; Future Nurses 3, 4; Chorus 1. TERRIE SANDRA CHAPMAN— Homeroom officer 1, 3; MONTAGE staff 4; Monitor 1; First Aid assistant 1; Duplicating staff 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council typist 4. LEONA CANDIS CHASTI NE— Homeroom officer 1; Future Nurses 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Monitor club 3; Pep club 3. BRENDA JOYCE CH ILDRESS— Future Nur- ses 4; Chorus 1. DALLAS RAY CH I LDRESS— Homeroom of- ficer 1. MARLER WAYNE CHILDRESS RITA KAY CHISHOLM— Monitor 4. HENRY NEIL CLARKE — Homeroom officer 3; Baseball 3, 4; Wrestling 1; Basketball 1, 3. CONRAD ANDREW CLEMENT LINELLE LOUISE CLINE — Student Coun- cil 1; Homecoming committee 3; Social committee 4; Homeroom officer 1, 3; Ses- sion House 4; French club 2; Future Teachers 4; Monitor 4; Office page 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Conference delegate 3, secre- tary 4; Pep club 2, 4; Student teacher 2, 3, 4; Motto committee 4. page one hundred nine CONNIE MARIE COOK — Homeroom officer 1, 2; Bible club 3, 4; Future Homemakers 2, 3; Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep club 2, 4. KAREN LYNN COOK— Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Chorus 3, 4; Office page 1; Tri- Sci 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Pep club 2. HAZEL RUTH CORRELL— Speech club 3; French club 2; Future Teachers 4; Fu- ture Nurses 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi- Y 1, 2, 3, treasurer 4; Pep club 2. REBECCA ANN CR ISCO— Homeroom offi- cer 1; French club 3; Future Homemak- ers, chaplain 2, president 3, 4; Future Nurses 2, 4; Monitor 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Sci secretary 1; D.E. 4. OSCAR BERNARD CRITZ — Homeroom of- ficer 2, 3; Session House 1, 2; French club 2; Chorus 1; Monitor 1, 4; Office page 3; Pep club 4; Track 2. THOMAS JOSEPH CRON I N— Office page 1, 2; Library club, president 4. JERRY JONEAL CROOK — Homeroom of- ficer 2; Hi-Y 1; Track 1, 4; D.E. 3. MARY LOIS CROWDER— Bible Club 2, 3, 4; Monitor 3, 4; Student teacher 3. TOMMY WAYNE CROWDER— Homeroom officer 2, 3, 4; Session House 4; Bible club 2, 3; French club 2; Football 2; 1. C.T. 4; School critic 4. WILLIAM JUNIOR DAVIDSON— Homeroom officer 3. JUDY MAXINE DAVIS— Social chairman 4; Properties 1; Homeroom officer 2, 3, 4; Hall of Fame 4; Speech club 3; French club 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 4; Majorette 1, 3, 4; Monitor 1, 3; Brown Masquers 2, 3; Thespians 3; Tri-Sci chap- lain 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, president 4; Jr. Class play 3; May Day Dance 2, 3. SANDRA KAY DEESE — Homeroom officer 2, 4; French club 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 4; Monitor 4; Tri-Sci 4. THERON KEATS DELLI NGER— Decoration committee 1; Homeroom officer 1, 4; Session House 1; Speech club 4; French club 2; Monitor 4; Monogram club 2, 3, 4; Tri-Sci 1, 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Blue Ridge delegate 3. NANCY BAKER DOWLESS— Homeroom of- ficer 1, 4; Session House 2; Monitor 3, 4; Office page 1; Tri-Sci 2, 3, secretary 4; Tri-Hi-Y president 1, 2, chaplain 3, 4. BETSY LOU DRY— Student Council secre- tary 1; Jr. -Sr. committee 3; Social com- mittee 4: Homeroom officer 1, 3; French club 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 4; Majorette 1; Monitor 1; Brown Masquers 2, 3; Tri-Sci secretary 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1, sec- retary 2, 3, 4; Jr. Class play 3; May Day Dance 2, 3. JOYCE R. DUDLEY— Future Nurses 3; Monitor 1; Pep club 4. CLAUDINE RUTH EAGLE — Homeroom of- ficer 1, 2, 3, 4; Speech club vice-president 3; French club 2; Future Teachers vice- president 4; Future Nurses 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 1; Tri-Sci 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1, president 2, 3, 4; Valentine Maid of Honor 1; Student teacher 1. SANDRA DIANNE EARNHARDT— Home- room officer 2, 3, 4; French club 4; Chorus 1; Monitor 1; Lab assistant 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1, secretary 2, 3, 4; Pep club 1, 2; Blue Ridge Delegate 2. EDWARD HAYES EDDI NGS— Homeroom officer 2; French club 4; Chorus 1; Mon- itor 3; Track 1; Wrestling 1. DANNY CRAIG EDDLEMAN — Homeroom officer 1, 2, 4; French club 3, 4; Office page 1; Tri-Sci 2, treasurer 3, president 4. AUDREY WRENN EDWARDS— Homeroom officer 2, 4; Bible club 2, 3; Speech club 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Sponsor 1; Monitor 1, 3; Brown Masquers 2; Tri-Sci treasurer 1; Tri-Hi-Y secretary 1, 2, 3, 4; D.E. secretary 4; Jr. Class play 3; Student teacher 2. GERALD QUIEDON ERWIN— Monitor 1, 4; Library club 1. ART COBY FARLEY— Homeroom officer 3; Speech club 3; French club 1, 2; Band 1; Future Teachers 3; Monitor 1, 2, 3; Li- brary club 2; Monogram club 2, 3, 4; Tri-Sci 2, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1. SHIRLEY ANN FARMER— D.E. 3, 4. JOHN ROBERT FIELD— Student Council 1; Constitution committee 2; Session House 2; Honor Society 2, 3; Key club 2, chaplain 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Monitor 1; Monogram club 3, 4; Tri-Sci 1; Football 1, 3, 4; Track 2; Wrestling 1; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4. JAMES LARRY FINNEY— Library club 3, 4; Tri-Sci 3, 4. GEORGE BRUCE FISHER— Homeroom of- ficer 1; Vice-president of Sophomore class 2; President of Jr. class 3; Hall of Fame 4; Key club 2, 3, vice-president 4; Speech club president 4; Future Teachers 4; Monogram club 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, Co-captain 4. JANICE CLAIRE FISHER— Homeroom of- ficer 3; Future Nurses 2, 3; Monitor 3; Lab assistant 4; Library club 2, 3, 4. BRENDA SUE FOSTER— Bible club 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. DAVID RAY FOSTER— French club 4; Chorus 4; Tri-Sci 4; Hi-Y 1, 2; Pep club 4; Jr. Class play 3. JOHNNY LEE FOUTZ— President of Stu- dent Council 4; Hall of Fame 4; French club 3, 4; Monogram club 3; Baseball 2; Wrestling 4; Jr. Class play lead 3. THOMAS CARL FUNDERBURK— French club 4; Track 3, 4. JUDY DARLENE GAINEY— Bible club 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. JUDY ANN GAMBLE — Homeroom officer 2, 3, 4; MONTAGE staff 3, 4; Spanish club vice-president 4; Chorus 1; Monitor 1; Office page 3; Duplicating staff 4. BILLIE LAURA GIBBONS— Anchor club 3, 4; French club 4; Monitor 1, 4. BEVERLY ANN GIBSON— Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Leader ' s club reporter 1, 2, 3, 4; Blue Ridge dele- gate 3. HUGH KENNETH GIBSON — Homeroom of- ficer 2, 3; Spanish club 3; Monitor 4; Monogram club 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, co-captain 4; Wrestling 2, 3. LAWRENCE STANLEY GILLIAM— Citizen- ship committee 2; Homeroom officer 2, 4; Session House 1; Chairman of Jr. -Sr. 3; Editor of MONTAGE 4; Jr. Marshal 3; Hall of Fame 4; Chorus 1; Monitor 1, 4; Office page 3; Tri-Sci 1, 2; Hi-Y 1, 2; Delegate to Governor’s School 3; Class of ficer 1, 3. GEORGE WHITSON GILLON — Homeroom officer 4; Session House 1; French club 3; Monitor 1; Tri-Sci 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Track 1, 2. JANET KAREN MARTIN GRAY— Home- room officer 1, 3; BROWN BEAT and ALBROKAN staffs 4; Bible club 1, 2; Fu- ture Homemakers 2; Chorus 4; Library club 1; Pep club 2. MARSHA ANNE GRIFFIN— Homeroom of- ficer 1; Speech club 4; Future Teachers 4; Brown Masquers 2, 3; Thespians 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep club 2, 4; Jr. Class play 3. BEVERLY JANE GURLEY— Future Teach- ers 4; Future Homemakers 2, 3; Future Nurses 2, 3; Chorus 1; Lab assistant 2, 4; Library club 3, 4; Pep club 2. GLENDA ANN HACKWORTH— Homeroom officer 1, 2; Pep club 2; D.E. 3, 4. LANTA CAROL HAMMETT— Homeroom of- ficer 3; Future Teachers 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 1, 4; Monitor 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y vice-president 1, treasurer 2, 3, 4; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4. HARRY LESTER H A N C 0 C K— S t u d e n t Council 4; Citizenship committee 4; Homeroom officer 2, 3; Treasurer of Jr. Class 3; Hall of Fame 4; Key club 4; Monogram club 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. BRENDA ELOISE HARDI N— Bulletin board chairman 4; Homeroom officer 2, 3, 4; Spanish club 3, 4; Office page 1; Library club 2, 3, 4. LINDA KAY HARDIN— Jr. Marshal 3; Lab assistant 3, 4; First aid assistant 3. MARGIE LUCINDA HARMON — Homeroom officer 1, 4; BROWN BEAT staff 4; Bible club 4; Future Teachers 2, 4; Chorus 2; Monitor 3; Lab assistant 3; Brown Mas- quers 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Class play REGENIA EILENE HARR I NGTON— Bible club 4; Monitor 3. JOSEPH CARLYLE HARRINGTON— Band 1, 2; I.C.T. 4. JANN EMILY HARRIS— Homeroom officer 1; Homecoming committee 4; Social com- mittee 3; Session House 3; French club 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, chaplain 4; Chorus 1; Cheerleader 3; Monitor 1; Tri- Hi-Y 1, secretary 2, president 3, 4. LARRY BERNARD HARRISON— Homeroom officer 1, 2; Hi-Y 1. WILLIAM DAVID HART— Session House 1; Class officer 1; Speech club 3, 4; Tri-Sci 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Track 1; Basketball 1. BARRY DALE HARTIS— Session House 1; French club 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 1; Foot- ball 1; D.E. vice-president 4. PAUL LEE HASTINGS— Homeroom officer 1, 2, 4; Spanish club 3, 4; Library club 3; District treasurer 4; Hi-Y secretary 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3; D.E. 4; Tri-Sci 1; Student teacher 1, 3; Sr. Class song committee 4. RANDY CHRISTOPHER HAYN ES— Jr.-Sr. committee; Jr. Class play 3; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Session House 1; Monitor 1; Lab assistant 3; Library club 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Basketball 1; D.E. president 4; President of District 4 D.E. club 4. SHERRAN ELAINE HERMAN— Se s s i O n House secretary 2, treasurer 4; Hall of Fame 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 2, 3; Sponsor 1, 3, 4; Monitor club sec- retary 4; Tri-Sci 4; Tri-Hi-Y vice-president 1, 2, 3, 4; Blue Ridge Delegate 1; Maid of Honor, May Court 4. page one hundred ten MICKEY DEWITT HICKS— Homeroom of- ficer 1, 2, 4; Speech club 3; Stage crew 1; Monogram club 2, 3, 4; Hl-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Track 1; Basketball 3, 4; Base- ball 2, All conference 3, 4. JOEL THOMAS HILL — Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; BROWN BEAT 4; Bible club 4; Future Teachers 4; Monitor 1; Office page 1; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep club 2; Track 1, 2. ZEB A. HILL — Monitor 1; Pep Club 2; D.E. 4. BARBARA CAROLYN H I LTON— Homeroom officer 1, 4; Spanish club 3, 4; Pep club 4; Color and Flower committee 4. PATRICIA ANN H I NSON— Monitor 4. REBECCA DIANNE HOLLAR— Bible club 2, 3; Future Teachers 2; Future Home- makers 3, 4; Monitor 2; Library club 3; Pep club 4. RONALD JAMES HONBARRIER— Flower Color committee 4; Homeroom officer 1, 4; Session House 1, 4; Spanish club 3, 4; Future Teachers 4; Monogram club 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. JOYCE MARION HON EYCUTT— Homeroom officer 1, 2, 4; ALBROKAN advertising manager 4; Bible club 1, 2; Future Nurses 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 1, 4; Library club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Pep club 2, 4; Senior Class poem committee 4; Student Teacher 1; Junior Class play 3; Jr.-Sr. committee 3; Talent Show com- mittee 1; N.C.H.S.L.A. Convention dele- gate 2. WILLIS SCOTT HUMANN— Homeroom of- ficer 3, 4; Session House 1; Monitor 4; Tri-Sci 3, 4. JUDY MARIE ISENHOUR— Homeroom of- ficer 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. SHERRI TAYLOR JACKSON— ALBROKAN 4; French club 3; Library club 1; Brown Masquers 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Pep club 2. CORA SUE JOHNSON — Homeroom officer 4; Bible club 1, 3, 4; Future Nurses 4; Brown Masquers 2, 3; Thespians 3; Pep club 2, 4. DANIEL CURTIS JOHNSON JOYCE ELLEN JOH NSON— Homeroom of- ficer 2, 3; Bible club 3; Band 1; Future Nurses 2, 3; Monitor 3; Lab assistant 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; D.E. 4. GEORGE DENNIS JONES— Homeroom of- ficer 2: Band 1, 2, 3. KATHERINE LORENE JONES— Hot dog committee 4. TENNIE VICTORIA JON ES— Homeroom of- ficer 2, 3, 4; Session House 1; Future Nurses 4; Monitor 1, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep club 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA CAROL KARRIKER— Sess i o n House 3; BROWN BEAT 4; Speech club 3; French club 2; Band 1; Lab assistant 3, 4. JIMMY WAYNE KERLEY— Homeroom of- ficer 1, 2, 4; Lab assistant 1; Monogram club 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2; Football 1; Wres- tling 1, 2, 3, 4; I.C.T. 3, 4. JUDY ANN KEY— Bible club 1; Future Homemakers 4; Monitor 1, 3; Tri-Sci 4. KAREN ALICE KINNEY — Homeroom of- ficer 2, 4; Bible club 2; Speech club 4; French club 4; Future Teachers 4; Future Nurses 4; Assistant to Dean 4; Office page 2; Pep club 2. PATRICIA DOLORES Kl N N EY— Citizen of the month 4; Council committees 4; Homeroom officer 1, 3, 4; Class officer 4; Banking 4; Honor Society 3, 4, President 4; Hall of Fame 4; Bible club 1, 2, 3, 4; Speech club 3; Spanish club 4; Future Teachers 4; Page 1. JERRY WAYNE KNIGHT— Bible club 2, 3, 4; Jr.-Sr. Decorating 3. MARY CYNTHIA KOBULNICKY — Student Council committees 4; Homeroom officer 2; Session House 2; Class officer 4; MONTAGE 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Jr. Mar- shal 3; Hall of Fame 4; French club 2; National French Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Band 1; Monitor 1; Tri-Hi-Y 3. RONALD BARRY LAMBERT WANDA LOU LAMBERT— Bible Club 3, 4. TERESA ELAINE LAWHON— T r a n s f e r North Stanley; officer 3. JAMES ALLEN LAZENBY— I .C.T. 3, 4. LEONARD JAMES LEE— D.E. 3; I.C.T. 4. STEVE LINEBARR IER— Bible club 2; I.C.T. 3; Tri-Sci 4; Monitor 4; Future Teachers 4. ROBERT CLINTON LITTLE— Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3. 4; Speech club 3; Spanish club 3; Band 1; Future Teachers 4; Moni- tor 1, 2; Library Club 2; Monogram club 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Sci 4. MICHAEL ZENAIDE LONG— Transferred from Kindley High School, Bermuda; Football 4; Wrestling 4. JANICE LOUISE LOVETT— Bible club 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA SUE LOWE — Homeroom officer 1, 2; Monitor 1. RONALD JAY MARLOW — Homeroom offi- cer 1, 2; French club 1; D.E. 3, 4. BRENDA FAY MARSHALL— Bible club 2, 3, reporter 4; Spanish club 3, 4; Monitor 4; Lab assistant 4. LINDA KAYE MARSHALL— Bible Club 2, 3, reporter 4; Spanish club 3, 4; Monitor 4; Lab assistant 4. DONNA JEAN MARTIN— Hall of Fame committee 4; Homeroom officer 1, 3, 4; Session House 2; Future Teachers 4; Cheerleader 1; Monitor 1, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2, vice-president 3, president 4; Pep club 2. DONALD WAYNE M ASON— H o m e r o o m president 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage crew 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1. PHILIP RAY MAULDEN— Homeroom of- ficer 1, 2; Band 1; Monitor 1; Monogram club 2, 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 4; Track 1. TONI YVONNE MAYES— H o m e c o m i n g committee 4; Homeroom officer 1, 2; French club 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 4; Monitor 1, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, treasurer 3, 4; Blue Ridge Delegate 2, 3. MICHAEL EUGENE McCOM BS— Session House 1, 2; Monitor 1; Duplicating staff 1; Track 1. CHARLES MICHAEL McFALLS— Monitor 4; Jr.-Sr. committee 3. MARGARET ANN MclNNIS — Howdy com- mittee 4; Homecoming committee 4; Homeroom officer 2, 4; Anchor club 3, 4; Speech club 4; Spanish club 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 1; Tri-Sci 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Class play 3. CAROLYN SUE MclNTYRE REBECCA DONNA McLAI N— Homeroom officer 1; Future Nurses 3. CHARLES MICHAEL McLAI N—S t u d e n t teacher 1; Monitor 1; Tri-Sci 1, 2, 3, 4. MITZI McWATERS — Clean-up committee 3; Homeroom officer 2, 3; Spanish club 3, 4; Monitor 3, 4; Office page 1; Dupli- cating staff 4; Tri-Sci 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Pep club 2; Student council typist 4; Jr. Class play 3; Flower and Color committee 4. PAULA KING MELTON— Homeroom offi- cer 4; Future Teachers 4; Monitor 1, 4; First aid 4; Brown Masquers 2; Pep club 2. BARBARA DELANE M ETCALF— Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; BROWN BEAT and AL- BROKAN staff 4; Bible club 1, 4; Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; First aid assistant 3; Brown Masquers 3; Thes- pians 3; Pep club 2; Jr. Class play 3; N.C.D.A. Workshop 3. TERRY LANE M ITCH ELL— Homeroom of- ficer 2, 4; Monogram club 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 4. EDWARD WAYNE M ITCH ELL— Chorus 1. CAROLYN PATRICIA MOOR E— Homeroom officer 4; Bible club 1; Speech club 3; French club 3, 4; Chorus 1; Monitor 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2; Pep club 2. MARLA DAWN MOORE — Student Council 2, treasurer 3; Lost and Found committee 2; Correspondence committee 2; Home- coming committee 4; Homeroom officer 2, 3; Honor Society 2, 3, president 4; Jr. Marshal 3; Speech club 4; French club 1, 2; French Honor Society 2; Chorus 1; Cheerleader chief 1, 4; Monitor 1; Bank- ing 4; Tri-Sci 2; Tri-Hi-Y secretary 1, 2, chaplain 3, 4; Pep club 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Most Outstanding 1; Sub-junior 4. NANCY SUE MOORE— French club 2; Fu- ture Teachers 4; Future Nurses 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep club 2. PATSY GAIL MOOSE — Future Teachers 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROLYN LOUISE MORRIS— Spanish club 3, 4; Pep club 2. WILLIAM ARNOLD MOSS JAMES RICHARD MULLINAX — Homeroom officer 1, 2; Monitor 1; Stage crew 1; Brown Masquers 3; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3; Wrestling 1; Jr. Class play. WILLIAM HAROLD NELMS— Student Coun- cil 2; Homecoming committee 3; Club commission committee 2; Evaluation committee 3; Jr.-Sr. committee 3; Home- room officer 1, 4; Session House 3; Key club 2, treasurer 3, treasurer 4; Band 1; Future Teachers 4; Monitor 1; Banking 4; Hi-Y 1, president 2, 3, 4; Hall of Fame 4; Y’s Men Boy of the month 2; Home- coming escort 4; May Day escort 2, 3; Hi-Y District president 3, 4. JAMES FREDERICK OEH LE R— S t u d e n t council 1; Clean-up committee 1; Home- room officer 2; BROWN BEAT staff 4; Spanish club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 1; Brown Masquers 3. TED MICHAEL OSBORNE— Baseball 3; I.C.T. 4. DAVID LESTER OVERCASH— Band 1; Foot- ball 1, 2; D.E. 4. DONNA SUE OVERCASH — Session House 1; Honor Society 3, secretary 4; Jr. Mar- shal 3; Anchor club 3, 4; Duplicating staff 3, 4; Library club 1, 2, 3, secretary 4. page one hundred eleven MERLE ALEX ANDER OVERCASH, JR.— I.C.T. 3, 4. DAVID CULLEN PERKINS — Homeroom of- ficer 1, 2, 3, 4; Session House 1; Bible club 4; Speech club 4; French club 3; Band 1; Future Teachers 4; Monitor 1, 2, 3, 4; Lab assistant 3; Office page 1; Stage crew 1; Monogram club 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Sci 2, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Wrestling 1. SHELBY JEAN PERRY— Bible club 1, 2; Monitor 1; Lab assistant 4. CRUSER McNEIL PETREA, JR.— Social committee 4; Homeroom officer 3; Ses- sion House 2, 4; Hall of Fame 4; Future Teachers 4; Monitor 1, 4; Monogram club 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4. DOTTY DELANE PH ILLI PS— Homeroom officer 4; Bible club president 4; Future Nurses 3, 4; Chorus 1; Monitor 3, 4. SHIRLEY LOUISE PIGG— Homeroom offi- cer 1; BROWN BEAT staff 4; Future Teachers 4; Future Nurses 3. SANDRA KAYE PLYLER— Homeroom offi- cer 3; Spanish club 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2; Monitor 1; Pep club 4. AYLEEZA EDNA PRICE — Homeroom offi- cer 1, 4; Speech club 3; French club 3, 4; Future Teachers 4; Chorus 1; Monitor 1, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Jr. Class Play; Activities committee. CLINTON WAYNE PRICE— Jr. Class play 3; Hi-Y 1, 2. PEGGY CAROLYN PRICE— BROWN BEAT and ALBROKAN staff 4; Bible club 1, 2; Future Homemakers 3; Future Nurses 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Monitor 1, 4; Pep club 2, 4. MICHAEL WAYNE PR I M— Homeroom offi- cer 1, 2; Session House 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Sci 1, 2; Track 1, 2; Four 1st prize Science Fairs; Most outstanding Science Student 1: N C Science Sym- posium; Council Photographer. MICHAEL CUROLETTE PRIVETT MIKE PRYOR— Class officer 1, 2; Basket- ball 4; Transferred from Toledo, Ohio 4. WANDA SUE QUEEN — Future Teachers 4; Monitor 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 3, chaplain 4. GARY BLAINE REAVIS— French club 2; Monitor 1. JANET REBECCA REEDER— Homeroom officer 2, 4; Hall of Fame 4; Spanish club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Brown Masquers 2, 3; Thespians 2, secretary 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. PEGGY LOUISE REID— French club 3, 4; Future Teachers 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Mon- itor 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 3; Junior Class play 3. NELDA ELAINE RICH — Homecoming Queen 4; Bulletin board committee 4; Homeroom officer 2, 3, 4; Jr. Marshal 3; Hall of Fame 4; Speech club treasurer 4; French club 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses vice-president 4; Monitor 1; Tri- Sci 2, secretary 3, vice-president 4; Tri-Hi- Y vice-president 1, president 2, 3, secre- tary 4. BARBARA JEAN RICHARDS— Homeroom officer 3; MONTAGE typist 4; Anchor club 3, 4; Spanish club 3, 4; Monitor 3; Office page 1; Duplicating staff 4; Hall of Fame committee 4; Jr. Class play 3. JANET KAY RICHARDSON— Student Coun- cil secretary 3; Homecoming committee 4; Club commissions committee 3; Pep Rally chairman 4; Homeroom officer 1, 2; Session House 3; Sr. Class vice-presi- dent 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Jr. Marshal 3; Hall of Fame 4; Speech club 3; Chorus 1; Cheerleader 3, chief 4; Monitor 1; Tri- Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; May Day attendant 2, 3; Valentine attendant 1; Sub Jr. 4; “Out- standing Youth of Kannapolis’’ 4; Jr. Class play marshal; Delegate to W.D.N.C.- S.C.C. convention 3; Delegate to N.C.- S.C.C. workshop 3; May Queen 4. ERIC WAYNE ROBERTSON— Homeroom president 2; Future Teachers 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Track 1. NEVIN LEE ROBINSON — Homeroom offi- cer 3. KAY FRANCES ROSEMAN— Future Home- makers 2, 3; Future Nurses 1, 2; Chorus 2, 3. TERRIE ANN ROSEMAN— Library club 2, 3, 4; Tri-Sci 2. KENNETH LEE RUMMAGE— French club 2; D.E. 3, 4. ELIZABETH MARGARET RUSSELL— Home- room secretary 2; Homeroom vice-presi- dent 4; Spanish club 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 3, chief 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2. PATRICIA ANN SCARBORO— Homeroom chaplain 4; Anchor club 3, 4; Bible club 3; Spanish club 3, 4; Future Teachers 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Monitor 4; Library club 4; Tri-Sci 3, 4. JERRY WAYNE SCERCY— I.C.T. 1. GARY WAYNE SEAFORD— Wrestling 2, 3; D.E. 3, 4. PATRICIA DIANNE SIDES— Monitor 1; D.E. 3, 4. ROBERT LINN SIDES— Spanish club 4; Hi-Y 1. SHERRY ANNA SIMMONS— Homecoming committee 4; Homeroom officer 1, 2; Ses- sion House 3; French club 2; Future Teachers 4; Future N urses 2, 3; Chorus 1; Cheerleader 1, 3; Monitor 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri- Hi-Y 1, 2; Pep club 2. ROBERT THOMAS SIMPSON, JR.— Stu- dent Council 3; Constitution committee 3; Homeroom vice-president 1; Home- room president 3; Session House 1; Sophomore Class vice-president 2; Junior Marshal 3; Key club 3, 4; Spanish club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 1; Hi-Y 4; Delegate to N.A.S.C. 3; Delegate to W.D.- N.C.S.C.C. 3. STEVEN THEODORE SLAUGHTER— Junior Class play 3; Homeroom treasurer 1; Homeroom vice-president 2; Spanish club 4; Brown Masquers 2, 3; Thespians 3; Hi- Y 1, 2, 3; Football 1; Track 1. BEVERLY ZOE SLOOP— Soanish club 3, 4; Monitor 1, 4; Office page 1. LINDA KAY SLOOP— Anchor club 3, 4; Bible club 2, 3; Band 1; Future Home- makers 3; Monitor 1; Lab assistant 2, 3, 4; Pep club 2. MICHAEL GLENN SLOOP— Homeroom of- ficer 1, 2; Bible club 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 4; Monitor 4; Stage crew 1; Tri-Sci 2; Hi-Y 3, 4; Track 1, 4; Junior Class play 3; Blue Ridge delegate SONIA DAWN SLOOP — Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3, 4; French club 4; Future Teach- ers 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 1; Tri- Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. SHERRY LYNN SMALLWOOD— F r e n c h club 3; Future Nurses 3; Chorus 1, 2; Lab assistant 3; Brown Masquers 3; Thespians 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2. EDNA R. SMITH — Class officer 1, 2; Bible club 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Lab assistant 3; Tri-Sci 2, 3; Pep club 1, 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. HAROLD EVERETTE SMITH— Junior Class play 3; Foreign Exchange Student com- mittee 4; Bible club 1; Spanish club 3, president 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1; Monitor 1; Stage crew 4; Brown Masquers 3; Thespians 3; Hi-Y 1, 2. PHYLLIS ANN SMITH — Junior Class play 3; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 4; Bible club 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Homemakers 2; Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Monitor 1, 4; Brown Masquers 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; D.E. 4. WILLIAM FRED SMITH — Homeroom presi- dent 4; Monitor 3; Tri-Sci 4; Hi-Y officer 1, 4; Football 1, 2. THOMAS GERALD STEEN— I.C.T. 4. WALTER MICHAEL STEEN— H o m e r o o m officer 1, 2, 3; Spanish club 3, 4; Monitor 1; Brown Masquers 3; Junior Class play 3; Tri-Sci 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4; Track 1. HUGH M. STOWE — Homeroom officer 1, 3; Monitor 1; Tri-Sci 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep club 3. JERRY WAYNE SWEATT— Monitor 2, 3, 4; Library club 1. RONALD FRANKLIN TATE LINDA FAY TENNENT— Monitor 1. BECKY RUTH THOMAS NANCY DIANNE THOM AS— Homeroom of- ficer 1, 2; Bible club 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 2, 3; Chorus 1; Monitor 1; Pep club 1, 2, 4. SALLIE ALICE T H O M A S 0 N— S t u d e n t Council 1; Homecoming committees 1, 2; Homeroom chaplain 2, president 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Hall of Fame 4; French club 2; Band 1, 2; Future Teachers 4; Ma- jorette 1; Monitor 1; Office page 3; Du- plicating staff 4; Brown Masquers 3; Thespians 3; Science club 1; Tri-Fli-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep club 4; Junior Class play 3; Class Poem committee 4; Exchange Stu- dent committee 4; Junior-Senior commit- tee 3. SYLVIA GAIL THOMPSON— Future Nurses 2; Chorus 4; Library club 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Pep club 4. DENNIS KEITH T H O R N B U R G— Future Teachers 4; Monitor 3, 4; Tri-Sci 4; Hi-Y 4. DONNA REA THORNBURG— Homeroom officer 1, 2; Session House 4; Cheerlead- er 1; Monitor 1, 2, 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Pep club 2; D.E. 4 officer. SANDRA MARIE THORNTON— Bible club 1; Future Teachers 2, 3, 4; Future Home- makers 2, 3; Chorus 1; Tri-Sci 3; Latin club 2, 3; Coed-Hi-Y 2, 3; 4-H club 2, 3; Transfer from Athens, Georgia. JUDITH LAVINIA THOM PSON— Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Session House 1; Lab as- sistant 3, 4; Office page 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; D.E. 4. MICHAEL WAYNE THOMPSON— Citizen of Month committee 4; Homeroom officer 2, 4; Session House 4; Monitor 4; Office page 3; Library club 1; Tri-Sci 1. page one hundred twelve LARRY ARNOLD TICE— Junior Class play 3; Chorus 4; Library club 4; Tri-Sci 1; Hl-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep club 4. GLORIA FAYE TROUTMAN— French club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 4; Monitor 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. JERRY WAYNE TROUTMAN— D.E. 4. JULIUS WOODROW TUCKER, JR.— Home- room officer 1, 2, 3, 4; ALBROKAN 4; Speech club 3; Spanish club 4; Future Teachers 4; Chorus 1, 2; Monitor 1; Peo club 4; Track 1; Junior Class play 3; Science club 1. TERRY LEE TUGGLE — Homeroom officer 1; Monitor 1; I.C.T. 4. BECKY ANNETTE TURNER — Constitution committee 4; Homeroom officer 1, 3, 4; Session House 2; French club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers, president 4; Monitor 1; Tri-Sci 1, 2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Junior Class play 3; Science Fair winner 1; Blue Ridge delegate 2. LINDA GAIL VAUGHN— Chorus 1, 3. MILTON WADE VERNON — Homeroom of- ficer 4; I.C.T. 4. BECKY ANN WAGNER — Homeroom officer 2, 3, 4; Spanish club 3, 4; Future Teach- ers 4; Future Nurses 2, 3; Monitor 1, 4; First aid assistant 1; Brown Masquers 2; Tri-Sci 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep club 2, 3. DONALD WESLEY WALLACE— Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Track C BRENDA SUE WARREN— Bible club 1, 2; Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Monitor 1; Pep club 2; D.E. 4. JAMES KIRBY WATSON— Spanish club 3, 4; I.C.T. 4. KATHY JEAN WATSON— Bible Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 3, 4; Tri- Hi-Y 1, 2. BRENDA KAY WH ITAKER— Bible club 3, 4; Future Teachers 2; Future Homemak- ers 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1. DOROTHY LORRENNE WHITAKER— Homeroom officer 2; BROWN BEAT edi- tor 4; Editors Conference, Winthrop 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; Bible club 2; Span- ish club 3, 4; Monitor 1, 3; First aid as- sistant 1; Library club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Peo club 2; Junior-Senior committee 3; Junior Class play 3; School correspondent 4. SUZANNE WIKE — Homecoming commit- tee 4; May Day committee 3; Homeroom officer 1, 2, 3; Anchor club 3, 4; Speech club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 4; Monitor 1; Tri-Sci 4. MARIETTA WILLIAMS— Spanish club 3; Bible club 3; Band 1, 2; Chorus 4; First aid assistant 1; Pep club 4; D.E. 4; Stu- dent Teacher 3, 4; Junior Class play 3. RICHARD W. WILKINSON, JR.— Home- room chaplain 2; D.E. 3, 4 (associate president 3). JEWELL ANN YORKE— Speech club 4; Spanish club 3, 4; Future Teachers 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. ADS BILL SCHULTZ Furniture Mart, Inc. KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Phone 933- 1 1 25 Compliments of TOWEL CITY THEATRES KANNAPOLIS, N. C. 1908 F. L. SMITH DRUG CO. “The Rexall Store " WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE 1964 WE 3-2118 Auto Delivery page one hundred thirteen I 1 ! CONGRA TULA LIONS AND BEST WISHES TRADE MAR ’ ' CANNON CANNON MILLS COMPANY KANNAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA, U. S. A. page one hundred fourteen Kannapolis Recreation Park Fowler Street WE 2-5281 page one hundred fifteen T STROUP SUPPLY COMPANY Wholesale AUTO PARTS— MILL SUPPLIES— EQUIPMENT KANNAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA 115-117 N Main St WE 3-1111 Congratulations, Seniors TERRY PRODUCTS, Inc. KANNAPOLIS, N. C. page one hundred sixteen Compliments of LADY ' S FUNERAL HOME KANNAPOLIS AND CONCORD A. A. WAGNER CO. WHOLESALE GROCER candy is dandy — keep it handy 609 South Main St. WE 3-4161 Kannapolis, N C. WE 3-2239 CONCORD-KANNAPOLIS SAVINGS AND LOAN " On The Square " CURRENT DIVIDEND RATE 4% Safety of your account insured up to $10,000 " WHAT CAN YOU BUY WITH A PENNY TODAY? " • Not many things, it is true • Get all the news, local, national, • But for a few pennies a week international • We ' ll send you the Daily Independent • Pictures anywhere in the world • Money saving advertising offers • Kannapolis Features • Classified opportunities to save ALL THESE AND MANY MORE VALUABLE FEATURES INCLUDED IN EVERY ISSUE OF " THE NEWSPAPER WITH A HEART " latly Httiipppttiipttt Kannapolis, N. C. page one hundred seventeen Compliments of BEASLEY-CRDSS EHEVROLET KANNAPOLIS, N. C. BONDS SPORT SHOP SPORTING GOODS FOR EVERY NEED 219 West " A " WE 2-8231 KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Original Cut-Rate Drug Store KANNAPOLIS DRUG CO. NEVER UNDERSOLD Phone WEbster 3-2297 S. Main St. Kannapolis, N. C. WILLIFORD ' S DRUG CO. We Are Prescription SPECIALISTS Open 8:30 AM.— 8:30 P.M. Sundays 2:00-6:00 P.M Delivery Service 1 10 S. Main WE 3-1131 CABARRUS MOTOR SUPPLY 202-204 Oak Avenue WE 3-2179 QUERY BROTHERS MEN ' S STORE 102 S. Main St. Kannapolis Congratulations to the Class of 1964 F. W. W00LW0RTH CO. South Main Street KANNAPOLIS, N. C. page one hundred eighteen 123 South Main Street WHITMIRE JEWELERS ★ 1 13 S. Main St. WE 2-5161 KANNAPOLIS, N. C. KALE-LAWING CO. OF CONCORD, INC. Complete Office Outfitters 95-97 S. Union St. Concord, N. C. Phone 786-1 1 71 “Cabarrus County’s School Supply Store” ROWAN DAIRY " Your Home Town Dairy " Products of Quality at your Store or at your door Phone WE 3-8751 W. T. GRANT CO. KANNAPOLIS, N. C. " Where your money means more " KANNAPOLIS TRANSIT CO. Ride City Buses To School " Charter Buses To Any Point In North Carolina " Holbrook ' s Radio Television, Inc. 115 North Ridge Avenue Dial WE 3-2937 KANNAPOLIS, NORTH CAROLINA " Your RCA Dealer " page one hundred nineteen WILLIAMS PRINTING CO. SHOE-TOWN Excellent School Supplies 1207 N. Cannon Blvd. 140 West Ave. WE 3-2295 KANNAPOLIS, N. C. FIRESTONE HOME AND AUTO SUPPLIES 138 Oak Ave. Kannapolis YOUR JEWEL SHOPPE, Inc. The Friendly Jeweler 100 South Main St. WE 3-2107 CAMERA HOBBY SHOP 146 South Main Street WE 3-5321 Compliments of CARDELL CARTER 128-132 Chestnut St. WE 3-2101 FRYE ' S LAKE Swimming Skating CONCORD Boating NORTH CAROLINA Carpet Golf Hutchinson Music Co. Ralph Hutchinson — 932-7133 410 Centerview KANNAPOLIS, N. C. Pionos and Organs THE HUB INC 51 Buffalo Street CONCORD, N. C. ST 2-3161 page one hundred twenty CANNON MEMORIAL LIBRARY KANNAPOLIS. NC 3 3083 00313 9356 I if : t Jr irHff r-T ' ? it-rfT w fW ' T $ r 92 W 3m- H22sSi$ Ttf sniiimrm fg ?4 f } fptr 4 1 ' K%i bm s± ip X’S n-tT wPi |||i Mf|| luimvmi mmlm iXt li ' S fsl ' H rf U if Mail 41 iltS tbarT’W r 4 ' - ? -J fcSW 4 ■ ' 1 1 1 iii is iiHisjii f A -VA ; ‘T» 4f 4r CWEf j ' » H " PftiWiii im v4 ?££» i f;Mf ilMSWI f : ■• ' -M ' -si «fF« i " »■ " i
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