Albemarle High School - Crossroads Yearbook (Albemarle, NC)

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Me 9615 CROSSROADS PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF ALBEMARLE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL STAFF Albemarle, North Carolina EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER ADVISOR SALLY EFIRD TERRY LORCH MISS CAROLYN BISHOP What is ASHS? ASMS is tradition . . . . . . the tradition of crowded halls, fish on Friday, and " May I have your attention, please. " . . . the tradition of dedicated faculty with one pur- pose: total education. . . . the tradition of academic achievement and rec- ognition of outstanding ability. . . . the tradition of high standards renewed by each class. . . . the tradition of good sportsmanship in all phases of life. ASHS is challenge . . . . . . the challenge of citizenship and the respon- sibility it carries. . . . the challenge of academic and athletic competi- tion. . . . the challenge of understanding the past with its message for today. . . . the challenge of the future with its infinite pos- sibilities. . . . the challenge of the present. ASMS is awa . . . the awari ess that ucatidlwis the basis of freedom. . . . the awareness of one ' s individual goals and values. . . . the awareness that our youthful exuberance is becoming maturity. . . . the awareness that our three years here are just a beginning. . . . the awareness of individual promise and merit. ASMS is spirit . . . . . . the spirit of youth, vital and moving, searching for purpose. . . . the spirit of friendship, whether firm or fleeting. . . . the spirit of frenzied enthusiasm at pep rallies. . . . the spirit of deep pride and respect for our school. . . . the spirit of ambition encouraged by interested faculty. ASMS is people . . . . . . busy, confident, self-assured seniors. . . . secure, expectant, in-between juniors. . . . anxious, sophisticated, carefree sophomores. Foreword To all of us, ASMS s a great deal more than merely a brick building. To Seniors, it is the end of the rood begun twelve years ago. To Juniors, it is the security brought by familiarity and the knowledge of one more year. To Sophomores, ASMS is o new-found independence temper- ed by bewilderment. To oil of us, ASMS is on integral port of our lives. Looking more closely, we see that ASMS is the sum of its ports, each contributing to the memories we will hove of our school. Mrs. Westerlund ' s pop tests, long lunch lines, boisterous pep rallies. College Day, last-minute cramming, the juniors ' ring day, biology quizzes. Boosters ' buses, Mr. Hatley ' s lob periods, the Junior-Senior Prom: oil of these will be port of our school memories. But each new class brings with it changes. And just as each class has a personality and mood all its own, so does each phase of our school life contribute to the complete Albemarle Senior High. ASHS is people After lunch, students enjoy a friendly conversation in the lobby. President Charles Morton conducts the weekly Student Council meeting. 5 Rusty Vick and Emalynn Helms rehearse for the musical " Sky High. " Kathy Gamewell finds a few minutes for quiet study in the library. " How many did you say, Mr. Tyson? . . . 2001! " Shelia Hall checks her stock dur ing American Problems. " Laura, where is that letter? " 6 Students participate in Youth Appre- ciation Week. Bob Davis meets with the local Teen-Dem Club. 7 The whole is equal to the sum of its parts. 8 V In Recognition . of one whose faith in youth has gained our deepest respect, . of one who has dedicated so many hours and given so much energy to ASMS, . of one who has not only directed us, but has led and guided us by his example, . of one who has tempered facts with understanding, and knowledge with wisdom, . of one who has given so much of himself to each part of ASMS, we dedicate the 1965 CROSSROADS to MR. KENNETH R. FRAZIER. 9 Believers in youth and the promise it holds . . . Guides, but more often prodders, for 600 students . . . Their work is never done because their interest in their students goes beyond on 8-hour workday. Pressure from students and parents, constant changes in methods, and lack of time; under these, they labor. Signers of absence slips, chaperones on buses, sponsors of clubs But most of all, dispersers of knowledge . . . This is the Administration. ADMINISTRATION Mr. Claud Grigg, Superintendent Mr. H. T. Webb, Jr., Principal Members of the Board of Education Mr. Richard L. Brown, Chairman Mr. Charles W. Pickier Mr. Ted P. Furr Dr. Maurice W. Richardson Mr. John M. Morrow Mr. H. Wells Rogers 12 Henry T. Webb, Jr. Principal Ronald Wayne Altman English and American Problems Carolyn Jo Bishop English and American Problems Mr. Altman, Miss Stasavich, Mrs. Young Mr. Hatley, Mrs. Harrison, Miss Caughman, Mrs. Hall Elizabeth Ann Brooks Home Economics Mrs. Frances S. Brown Bible Mrs. Sibyl T. Brown Distributive Education 13 Mrs. Mildred K. Carter Commercial Chicora Ca ' jghman Mathematics Mrs. Mildred Deese French Mr. Morris, Mrs. McLain, Mrs. Neagle, Miss Brooks Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Helms Kenneth Frazier Biology and Coach Paul B. Fry Music Mrs. Willie E. Fry Guidance 14 Mrs. Westerlund, Miss Misenheimer, and Mrs. Deese Mrs. Nancy I. Gamewell — English and Physical Education N. Alex Gibbs — Social Studies and Coach Mrs. Keith F. Harrison — Librarian Raymon C. Hatley — Physics and Chemistry George Thomas Hauss — Band Miss Bishop, Mr. Smith, Mr. White, Mrs. Gamewell, Mr. Gibbs 15 Gaye Holshouser English and Social Studies Mrs. Carolyn H. McLain English and Mathematics Lillian Misenheimer English Mr, and Mrs. Fry John C. Morris Industrial Arts Mrs. Catherine H. Neagle Mathematics Walter L, Smith English Miss Holshouser, Mr. Hauss, and Mrs. Sybil Brown 16 Rebecca Stasavich English I Claude Billy Tyson Biology, Chemistry, and Coach Mrs. Nell Westerlund History Henry Jackson White Phy. Ed. and Coach Mrs. Bess T. Young French Mr. Frazier, Mrs. Brown and Mr. Tyson Chief Cook and Bottlewasher — Mr. Webb. 17 Mrs. Young offers her opinion during the weekly Student Council meeting. A guest speaker talks with Mrs. Neagle and Miss Caughman after a Math Club meeting. Mrs. Fry checks her appointments schedule. Financial matters pose problems for Mr. Smith. Jill-of-all trades, Mrs. Hall is always busy. 18 Mrs, Gamewell advises the Full Moon staff. " Can ' t you type, Mrs. Carter? " A guest lecturer and Mr. Hatley demonstrate apparatus for a physics class. 19 A four-minute rush each hour with hurried conversations and a slam of locker doors. Six hundred individual faces and per- sonalities; yet, somehow one in- distinguishable mass. French dictations, 5-minute writings, notes in television history, Mora- vian stars, research papers, lab sheets, six-weeks biology proj- ects. Memorizing facts, experimenting to prove for yourself a proven law, checking homework, taking notes; But most of all, applying our knowledge to our lives. These are the classes. CLASSES President Johnny Morris Vice-President Joe Earnhardt Secretary Lynn Calder Treasurer Terry torch Advisor Miss Chicora Caughman Front row — Johnny Morris, Joe Earnhardt Second row — Terry torch, Lynn Calder Miss Caughman and seniors prepare for graduation. Seniors 22 JANE EFIRD AUSTIN ' ' A queenly beauty has this moiden fair, and a sense of humor, rich ond rare. " Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Club; Homeroom Officer; District Choral Contest; Student Council Rep.; Black Masque Club; Science Fair; Homecoming Sponsor; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Tri-Hi-Y, Soph. Choir; Choral Workshop; State Choral Festival; Cross- roads Clubs Staff. DORIS ANN BARBEE " Kind deeds cost little and accomplish much. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; F.B.L.A.; Intramural Sports; Bas- ketball; Field Day; Jr. Red Cross. MARIE EVANGELINE BASSOW " Knowledge comes but wisdom lingers. " Transferred from Chenango Valley Jr. -Sr. High, Binghamton, New York; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair, Full Moon; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Jr. Red Cross. MATILDA JEAN BOONE " Sweet thoughts are mirrored in her face. " Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Sec.; District Choral Contest; Math Club; Black Masque Club; Science Club; Bible Club; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A.; Social Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; F.B.L.A.; Soph. Choir; Tri-Hi-Y; M.M.M.; Jr. Red Cross; Radio Staff, News and Feature Editor; Debate Club ROBBIE KAY BOST " Smart, capable, always kind; in fact she can ' t be defined. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Sec., Treas.; Math Club, Vice-Pres., Sec.; Science Club; National Honor Society, Pres.; Crossroads Literary Staff; Most Studious; Sr. Banquet Waitress; F.T.A.; D.A.R. Good Citizen; History Award; Biology Award; Youth Appreciation Day. PHYLLIS ANN BOWERS " True to her word, her work, her friends. " Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Sec.; F.B.L.A.; F.H.A.; Deca Club; Deca Convention. MADALYN KAY BROOKS " Smoll in statue, but big in everything that makes friends. " Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; District Choral Contest; Soph. Choir. LINDA KAYE BURR " A pocket full of sunshine is worth more than gold. " Science Fair; F.H.A.; F.H.A. State Rally; Library Club District Convention, 23 JO ANN BURRIS " Sweetness and quietness go well together. " Transferred from Garith High School, Hammond, Indiana; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer; Student Coun- cil; Science Club; Bible Club; Cheerleader. PEARLIE RAE BURRIS " A combination of excellent traits and versatile talents. " Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; District Choral Contest; Black Masque Club, Sec.; Black Masque Play Cast; Most Original; Homecoming Sponsor; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A. LYNN FRANCES CALDER " In friendship we find nothing false or insincere; everything is straight forward and springs from the heart. " Monogram Club; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Offi- cer Vice-Pres.; Sr. Class Sec.; Student Council Rep., Vice-Pres.; Black Masque Club; Science Club; Band, Sec.; Crossroads Literary Editor; Marshal; Most Influential; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Assembly Comm.; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Basketball, Captain; Soph, Hop Comm.; Tri-Hi-Y, Vice-Pres.; M.M.M.; Chaplain, Treos.; Tennis Team; Delegate to N.C.S.C.C.; Civitan Delegate; Student Appreciation Day. REGINA SUE CALLAWAY " Pretty hair, laughing eyes, a personality full of surprise. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Science Club; Jr. Sr, Prom Comm.; F.B.L.A., F.T.A.; Tri-Hi-Y. KAY VERINNA CARPENTER " Enthusiasm moves the world. " Sr, Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; District Choral Contest; Block Masque Club; Sr, Banquet Waitress; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; M.M.M.; Jr. Red Cross; Spring Dance Comm. CAROLYN LOUISE CAUDLE " My gentle friend, thou woulds ' t find the good in everything. ' Bible Club; F.B.L.A.; F.H.A., Pres.; Jr. Red Cross. NANCY REGINA BUTLER " Whenever it comes to playing, you ' ll find her ready for fun; buf she is also ready when fhere ' s work to be done. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Vice-Pres.; Student Council Sec.; N.C.S.C.C. Delegate; Math Club; Black Masque; Science Club; Most Dependable; Homecoming Spon- sor; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Full Moon, Feature Editor, Sports Staff; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm. Chairman; F.T.A,, Pres., St, Con- vention Delegate; Soph. Hop Comm.; Tri-Hi-Y; Cheerleader Alternate, GAYLE ANNE BYRD " Light of heart, light of step, quick of wit, and full of pep. " Monogram Club; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Offi- cer, Sec., Trees.; Soph. Class Officer; Black Masque Club; Band; Crossroads Clubs Staff; Most School Spirited; Home- coming Sponsor; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Tri-Hi-Y; Chief Cheerleader; State Band Concert. 24 BARBARA GAIL CHILDERS " To love and be loved is the greatest happiness of existence. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Music Class, Pres.; Bible Club; Library Club. JANiS MARSHALL CLAYWELL " ' Tis the songs you sing and the smiles you wear that make the sunshine everywhere. " Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Sec.; District Choral Contest; Student Council Rep.; Math Club; Sci- ence Club; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Assembly Comm.; Jr. -Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A.; Soph. Choir; Tri-Hi-Y; M.M.M., Pres.; Choral Workshop; Alternate Cheerleader. PANMAR SUE COOPER " In her eyes we see the lights of loyolty, truth, and honor; all three mixed with the pleasures of life. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Math Club; Black Masque Club; Band, Treas.; Bible Club; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Jr. Sr. Prom. Comm.; F.T.A.; Basketball; Soph. Hop Comm.; Tri-Hi-Y; Jr. Red Cross; Tennis Team; All-State Band Clinic. LINDA LOU DENNIS " Heaven lent an angel ' s beauty to her foce. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homecoming Sponsor; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Library Club. MARY RUTH DENNIS " A sweet attractive girl of grace. " Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Treas.; Intramural Sports; F.H.A., Rec. Leader; Deca Club; Deco Sweetheart; Deca Dis- trict Convention; Field Day; Jr. Red Cross. PEGGY JEAN DICK " She has the power to live, iaugh, and love. " Transferred from Norfh Stanly High School; Science Fair; District Choral Contest; National Honor Society; Crossroads Art Staff; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A.; Basketball; Radio Staff, Sports Editor; Youth Appreciotion Week. LAURA ELAINE DOBY " Quietness forms the veil of many lovable qualities. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Science Club; Crossroads Typing Editor; Homecoming Sponsor; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.B.L.A., Historian; Soph. Hop Comm.; Tri-Hi-Y, Treas. CAROL SUE CULP " If silence were golden. I ' d be dead broke. " Science Fair; Deca Club; Soph. Choir. 25 MYRA DIANE EARLY " Let gentleness my strong enforcement be. " Science Fair; District Choral Contest; Bible Club; F.H A.; Soph. Choir, ELAINE YVONNE EFIRD " A good disposition is the foundation for her happiness. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Band; Bible Club, Sec. and Treas.; Homecoming Sponsor; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Tri-Hi-Y; Majorette. SALLY LYNN EFIRD " Climb high, climb far, your gool the sky, your aim the star. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Vice-Pres.; Student Council Rep.; Math Club; Science Club; National Honor Society; Crossroads Editor; Most Likely to Succeed; Marshal; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Youth Appreciation Week; National Merit Semifinalist; AFS Comm. Chairman. BOBBIE GAIL EUDY " A pleasant girl with a pleasant way. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Black Masque Club; Band; Deca Club, Sec.; Deca District Convention. TONI FRANCES FENTERS " With sincere heart and quiet way, she winds her way from day to doy. " Transferred from Winter Park High Schoo l, Winter Park, Florida; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Science Club; Band; Homecoming Sponsor; Tri-Hi-Y. BETTY SHARON FRETINA " Beauty such as this has many charms. " Booster ' s Club, Treas.; Homeroom Officer, Sec. and Treas.; Crossroods Typing Staff; Best Looking; Homecoming Sponsor; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Carrousel Prin- cess. SHELIA SPEIGHT FRICK " Respect is what we owe; love, whot we give. " Science Club; Bible Club; Field Day; Jr. Red Cross. JUDY ANN FRYE " She hos that gift of gifts — the art of making friends. " Homeroom Officer; Intramural Sports, Band; District Band Contest, 26 BRENDA INEZ FURR " Her air has a meaning her movement a grace; you turn from the fairest to gaze on her face. " Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club, Sec.; Science Fair; Homeroom Of- ficer, Vice-Pres.; District Choral Contest; Student Council Rep.; Black Masque Club, Pres.; Science Club; Black Masque Play Cast; Crossroads Club Staff; Best Dressed; Homecoming Spon- sor; Jr. Sr. Prom. Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Tri-Hi-Y; M.M.M.; Sec.; Choral Workshop. LELIA PRISCILLA FURR " A loving heart and a cheery smile are characteristics of a life worthwhile. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Block Masque Club; Crossroads Typing Staff; Bible Club; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Tri-Hi-Y; Science Club. MARGARET ANNE GADDY " She is most gentle heorted. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Black Masque Club; Science Club. Sr. Banquet Waitress; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Tri-Hi-Y. JANICE LEE GALES " What sweet delight a quiet life affords. " Soph. Choir. MARY KATHERINE GAMEWELL " Let thy speech be short, comprehending much in few words. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Math Club; Science Club; Full Moon Typing Editor; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Tennis Team; Library Club. LINDA ANNE GRIFFIN " A pretty girl of the blond type, with eyes that shine like stars at night. " Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; District Choral Contest; Student Council Rep.; Black Masque Club; Science Club; Home- coming Sponsor; Jr. Sr, Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Tri-Hi-Y; Crossroads Typing Staff. SHELIA RAE HALL " Sparkling eyes, laughter, friendliness, a fitting combination. " Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer; District Choral Contest; Friendliest; Homecoming Sponsor; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Tri-Hi-Y; Radio Staff. MARY JAYNE HARRIS " Friendly, capoble, optimistic good nature always her charac teristic. " Transferred from South Stanly High School; Science Club; Full Moon; Jr. Red Cross. 27 EUNICE JANE HARTLEY Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Jr. Red Cross; Tri-Hi-Y. DEBORAH MARCELL HATLEY " Laugh and live as only youth can. " Transferred from North Stanly High School; Booster ' s Club, Science Fair; Science Club; Bible Club; Sr. Banquet Waitress F.B.L.A.; Tri-Hi-Y. ELIZABETH ANN HATLEY " Her smile is such that they must smile in return. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Crossroads Literary Staff; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Jr. Red Cross. LINDA ANN HATLEY " A sunny disposition gilts the edge of life ' s blackest clouds. " Monogram Club; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Band; Home- coming Sponsor; Basketball; Jr. Red Cross. JEAN HOPE HENDLEY " Mischievous eyes reveal a carefree dispasition. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Black Masque Club; Bible Club; F.B.L.A.; Tri-Hi-Y. BRENDA DIANNE HERRIN " Full of fun and a smile for all. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Intramural Sports; F.B.L.A.; F.H.A., Bosketball; Deca Club; Deca Co nvention; Tri-Hi-Y. MARY FAYE HOLLEMAN " Pretty, charming, awfully nice; the kind of girl yau look at twice. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Sec., Treas.; Black Masque Club; Band, Sec., Treas.; Bible Club; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.6.L.A., Treas.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Tri-Hi-Y; Miss F.B.L.A. VICTORIA LYNN HATLEY " Happy, thoughtful, kind, and true; there isn ' t a favor she won ' t do. " F.B.L.A. 28 JAHALA DIANNE HOLT ' She ' s the star in somebody ' s sky. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Sec.; Student Council Rep., Comm. Chairman; Band; Homecoming Sponsor; F.H.A.; Deca Club, Vice-Pres.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Field Day; Majorette; Deca Club District Convention. WANDA BLUE HONEYCUTT " So quiet she seems, so still and wise, ' til we see the twinkle in her eyes. " Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; District Choral Con- test; Black Masque Club; Sc ience Club; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A.; Soph. Choir Comm.; Soph. Choir; Tri-Hi-Y; Radio Staff, Feature Editor; Tennis Team; State Choral Festival. CONNIE ELAINE HUDSON " To know her is to love her. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Sec.; Math Club; Science Club; Bible Club; Deca Club, Treas.; Deca Dis- trict Convention. SHERRY TASKA HUNSUCKER " Beautiful black hair offsets even darker eyes. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Black Masque Club; Bible Club; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Jr. Red Cross. EDITH EILEEN JOHNSON " Studious with an eye on the future. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; District Choral Contest; Black Masque Club; Science Club; National Honor Society; Homecom- ing Sponsor. Sr. Banquet Waitress; Full Moon, Co-Feature Edi- tor, Promotion Manager; Assembly Comm.; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Choir; Tri-Hi-Y; M.M.M. MARY ALICE LAMBETH " To make the world a friendly place, one must show a friendly face. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Black Masque Club; Homecoming Sponsor; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Jr. Red Cross; Spring Dance Comm.; Crossroods Business Staff. LINDA SUE LEWIS " How pure of heart and sound of head. " Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club, Science Fair; District Choral Contest; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.H.A.; Soph. Choir; Choral Workshop. PEGGY JOANNE LISK " A beauty loved for her inspiring companionship, recognized for her capable leadership, and remembered for her achieve- ments. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; District Choral Contest; Student Council Rep. Treas.; Black Masque Club; National Honor Soc- iety, Treas.; Marshal, Chief; Best All-Around; Homecoming Sponsor; Full Moon, Managing Editor; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm. Chairman; F.T.A.; Basketball, Scorekeeper; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Tri-Hi-Y; Choral Workshop; Homecoming Queen; W.D.N.C.S.C.C. Treas.; Am. Field Service Comm.; Rep. Youth in Gov ' t. Delegate to N.C.S.C.C.; Delegate to Student Council Wrokshop; Delegate to Wake Forest Leadership Convention. 29 LINDA ANN LORCH tall body leoves room for a big heart. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Math Club; FT. A.; Soph Choir- Tri-Hi-Y. BRENDA IRENE LOVE " She may be little, not very tall at all, but nice things come in packages small. " Booster ' s Club; Black Masque Club; Bible Club; F.B.L.A.; F.H.A., Historian; Jr. Red Cross; Library Club; Home Ec. Crisco Award. EMILY PATRICIA LOWDER " She is herself the collection of the best of things. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Sec., Vice- Pres.; Block Masque Club, Trees.; Crossroads Classes Editor; Homecoming Sponsor; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A.; Tri-Hi-Y, Vice-Pres., Trees.; Co-Editor of School Song. MARY ELIZABETH LOWDER " Sweetness ond quietness go well together. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; F.B.L.A.; Field Day; Jr. Red Cross. PAMELA JANE LOWDER " The hand that hath made you fair, hath made you good. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Vice-Pres.; Student Council Rep.; Math Club; Science Club; Band; Cross- roads Business Staff; Cutest; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A.; Tri-Hi-Y; Modern Music Masters; Sec.; Majorette. SHELIA LORAINE LOWDER " Her ready help was ever nigh, patience and a ready smile. " Booster ' s Club, Reporter; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Vice- Pres.; Math Club; Crossroads Clubs Staff; Sr. Banquet Waitress, Jr Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A, SARAH ANNE MANN " To friendship she is loyal, faithful, and true. " Booster ' s Club; Science Foir. ELIZABETH CAROLYN MAULDIN " Great is my wisdom though I jest and play. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer; Intramural Sports; Moth Club; Block Mosque Club; Science Club; Band; Wittest; Bible Club, Pres., Vice-Pres.; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Field Day; Jr. Red Cross; District Band Contest. 30 VICKY DIANE MESIMER ' The joy of youth and health her eyes displayed, and ease of heart her every look conveyed ' Monogram Club; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Of- ficer, Treas.; Homecoming Sponsor; Sr. Banquet Woitress; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A.; Sec.; Basketball; Soph. Hop Committee; Tri-Hi-Y. FRANCES MILLER WAY " The rare gift of always being herself. " Monogram Club; Sr. Choir, Sec.; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer; District Choral Contest; Black Masaue Club, Play Cast; Most Talented; Homecoming Sponsor; Assembly Comm.; Jr, Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Field Day; Tri-Hi-Y, Pres.; Choral Workshop; Debate Club, Sec.; Cheerleader; Governor ' s School. LINDA DIANE MORGAN " Gay is she and happy to be living life the whole day long. " Science Fair; Bible Club; Field Day; Jr. Red Cross. VICKI ROSE MORGAN " Mildest manner and the gentlest heart. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair, Crossroads Typing Staff; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.B.L.A.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Field Doy; Tennis Team. JUDY HAYWOOD MORRIS " Calm, reserved, and very sweet; always dignified and neot. " Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair, Homeroom Officer, Sec.; District Choral Contest; Science Club; F.B.L.A.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Tri-Hi-Y. ANITA LONG MORTON " This young lady, we must say, was not content single to stay. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Sec.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Tri-Hi-Y; Jr. Red Cross; Library Club, Treas. BETTY WADINE MORTON " Goodness is the only investment thot never fails. " Booster ' s Club; Science Club; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Full Moon; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.B.L.A., Pres., State Convention; F.H.A., Reporter; Soph. Choir; Radio Staff; Library Club, Sec. LINDA CHRISTINE MORTON " All the world likes a quiet girl. " Science Fair. 31 LINDA DIANE MORTON " Quiet, gentle, and refined; always thoughtful and very kind. " Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Homeroom Officer; District Choral Contest; Homecoming Sponsor; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Full M oon; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; M.M.M.; Miss Merry Christmas. NANCY KATHERINE MORTON " She is not forward, but sweet, modest, and patient in disposition. " Booster ' s Club; Bible Club; F.B.L.A.; F.T.A.; F.H.A.; Field Day. NANCY LOUISE PARKER " Nothing is impossible to a determined heart. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; F.B.L.A., Treas., Vice-Pres. SHERRIE DIANNE PEARCE Booster ' s " Life is a span, I Club; Basketball; enjoy every inch of it. " Soph. Choir; Jr. Red Cross. BRENDA RUTH PEELER " Sweet and gentle, good ond true, smart, sincere and friendly, too. " Monogram Club; Sr. Choir, Sec.; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer; Student Council Rep.; Math Club; Black Masque Club; National Honor Society, Sec.; Crossroads Sports Staff; Marshal; Most Popular; Homecoming Sponsor; Sr. Bon- quet Waitress; Assembly Comm.; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A.; Vice-Pres., Chaplain; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Tri-Hi-Y, Pres., Sec.; Choral Workshop; Cheerleader; F T. A. Convention. SUE EVANS PLYLER " She bubbles over with the joy of being alive. " Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; District Choral Con- test; Black Masque Club; Science Club; National Honor Society; Crossroads Literory Staff; Homecoming Sponsor; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Tri-Hi-Y. KATHRYN ELAINE PURSER " Of witty remarks she has an unlimited store; she ' s always bub bling over and full of tun galore. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Band; District Band Contest; Most Talkotive; F.T.A.; Tri-Hi-Y; Jr. Red Cross; Acrobot. REBECCA CASHION PURSER " A happy combination of rare talents and qualities. " Booster ' s Club; Crossroads Typing Staff; Homecoming Sponsor; F.B.L.A., Sec. 32 JANIE LYNN RAGSDALE Merrily she can laugh and chatter. ' BRENDA GRACE RUSSELL " The thing that goes the forthest towards making life worth- while is just a friendly smile. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Sec.; Band; Homecoming Sponsor; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Jr. Red Cross; Majorette. JOYCE ELAINE RUSSELL " A maid of grace. " Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Sec., Treas.; Crossroads Art Staff; Bible Club; Homecoming Sponsor; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.B.L.A., Vice-Pres., Reporter. Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Homeroom Officer; District Choral Contest; Math Club; Crossroads Sports Staff; Sr. Banquet Watiress; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.B.L.A.; Basketball, Manager; Soph. Choir; Radio Staff. ALANA MAXINE RUSSELL " The smile on her face is but a reflection of the feeling in her heart. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Science Club; Crossroods Art Staff; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.B.L.A., Reporter, Sec.; Photo- grapher. PATRICIA ELAINE RUSSELL " She ' s always cheerful and ever gay, o really grand girl in every way. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Vice-Pres.; Library Club; Homecoming Sponsor; F.B.L.A.; Deca Club; Deco Convention. KAREN RENE RUSSELL " There is laughter in her bright eyes. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Black Masque Club; Bible Club; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm. SANDRA LYNN RUSSELL " Her way of life is quiet. " Science Fair; F.H.A., Reporter. GWENDOLYN CERVILLIA SASSER " Modest, true, and neat. Friendly, fair, and petite. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Sec.; Stu- dent Council; Math Club; Black Masque Club; Science Club; Crossroads Typing Staff; Bible Club; F.B.L.A.; F.T.A.; Basketball; Soph. Choir; Field Day; Jr. Red Cross; Radio Staff, Editor, News Editor; Debate Club; Tennis Team. 33 OLA DIANE SAUNDERS ' ' A pretty girl with eyes that shine like stars at night ' Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer; Intramural Sports; Black Masque Club; Science Club; Band; Bible Club; Homecoming Sponsor; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.B.L.A.; F.T.A.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Tri-Hi-Y; Jr. Red Cross; Maiorette; District Band Contest. LINDA KAY SELLS " A pinch of mischief with a lot of friendliness. " Science Fair; Deca Club; Soph. Choir; Library Club. DIANE BRITT SLACK " A neat appearance is a valuable asset. " Science Fair; F.B.L.A.; Basketball; Deca Club, Reporter, His torian; Deca Convention. BROOKIE DARNELL SMITH " She has a natural charm all her own. " Monogram Club; Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Home- room Officer; District Choral Contest; Intramural Sports; Stu- dent Council Rep.; National Honor Society; Crossroads Literary Staff; Most Athletic; Homecoming Sponsor; Sr. Banquet Wait- ress; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A.; Basketball; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Field Day; Tri Hi-Y; Choral Workshop; Tennis Team. CAROLYN SMITH DUNN " It is better to be little ond shine than to be big and cast o shadow. " Science Fair; F.H.A., Sec.; Song Leader. MYRTHA JANE SMITH " The human heart has many hidden treasures. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Bible Club, Sec.; F.B.L.A.; Jr. Red Cross; Library Club. SHELIA DIANNE SMITH " Our thoughts and conduct are our own. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Bond; Bible Club; M.M.M. EMMA SUE SNUGGS " A girl with charm and smiling face; friendly, outgoing, possessed of groce. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer; Black Masque Club, Play Cost; Bond; Crossroads Class Staff; Homecoming Sponsor; Sr. Banquet Waitress; Assembly Comm.; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm., F.T.A.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Tri-Hi-Y; Drum Major. 34 LILLIAN BILLIEPHINE STARNES ' She keeps her natures to herself. " RUTH ANNETTE THOMAS " A maiden blithe and debonair with shining eyes and light brown hair. " Monogram Club; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Of- ficer, Vice-Pres.; Student Council Comm. Chairman; Math Club; Black Masque Club, Play Cast; Science Club, Sec.; Band; Crossroads Class Staff; Homecoming Sponsor; Sr. Banquet Wait- ress; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A., Basketball, Manager; Soph. Hop Comm.; Tri-Hi-Y; M.M.M.; Majorette. JANIS CAROL THOMPSON " Her heart is like the moon, there ' s a man in it. " Science Fair; Homeroom Officer. MARY LILLIE THOMPSON " She has the heart to conceive, the understanding to direct, and the hand to execute. " Sr. Choir, Accompanist; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Home- room Officer; District Choral Contest; Intramural Sports; Stu- dent Council Rep.; Math Club; Black Masque Club. Science Club; Black Masque Play Cast; Crossroads Assistant Editor; Homecoming Sponsor; Assembly Comm.; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A.; Soph. FHop Comm.; Soph. Choir, Accompanist; Tri-Hi-Y, Vice-Pres., Sec.; M.M.M., Choral Workshop. PEGGY LOUISE THORPE " I ' ll be happy. I ' ll be free. I ' ll be sad for nobody. " Science Fair; Bible Club; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.H.A.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Field Day; Jr. Red Cross. Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; F.B.L.A., Social Chairman; Jr. Red Cross. DEBORAH ANN SWEET " Friendship is priceless; it cannot be bought or sold, for it is a gift of the heart. " Transferred from Fayetteville Sr. High, Fayetteville, N. C.; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Pres.; Stu- dent Council; Block Masque Club; Science Club; Band; F.T.A.; Crossroads Literary Staff; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Tri-Hi-Y, Pres.; M.M.M.; Tennis Team; District Band Contest. SHELIA JO TALBERT " Silence is a becoming ornament to a young girl. " Science Fair; Bible Club, Historian; F.B.L.A.; F.T.A.; F.H.A, Parliamentarian. CARLOTTA ANN TAYLOR " Time ' s silence has more eloquence than speech. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Science Club; Bible Club; Ful Moon; F.B.L.A.; F.T.A.; F.H.A., Sec.; Jr. Red Cross; Librar ' Club, Pres. 35 LINDA DIANE TYSINGER " Happiness is a perfume you cannot pour on others without getting a few drops on yourself. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer; Sec., Trees.; Mafh Club; Crossroads Arf Sfaff; Homecoming Sponsor; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.T.A.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Tri-Hi-Y. PAULA JEAN VANHOY " Merry light gleams from her eyes. " Science Fair; F.B.L.A.; Deco Club; Deca Convention; Library Club. SYLVIA ELAINE WHITE " A quiet tongue shows a wise head. " Science Fair; F.B.L.A. BRENDA KAY WHITLEY " Silence is a friend that never betrays you. " Science Fair; Bible Club; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.H.A.; Field Day; Tri-Hi-Y; Jr. Red Cross. WILLIE JOE ALLEN, JR. " My heart is whole, my hand is free, run along little worries, don ' t bother me. " Club; Most School Spirited; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.B.L.A.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Jr. Red Cross. THOMAS TAYLOR ALLEY, JR. " A good heart is better than all the heads in the world. " Hi-Y, Vice-Pres.; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Of- ficer, Sec.; Intramural Sports; Science Club; Band; Crossroads Business Staff; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm ; Radio Staff; Baseball Team; Hi-Y Basketball. MICHAEL STEVEN ARCHER " A real nice fellow ond a true friend. " Science Fair; Bible Club, Deco Club; Deco Convention; Base- boll Team, Monoger; Library Club. JACKIE LYNN BARBEE " Still ond quiet, but deeper than you think. " Footboll; Hi-Y; Science Foir; Homeroom Officer, Pres.; Intra- murol Sports; Jr. Sr, Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir. 36 HENRY GERALD BEAVER " A character all his own. " Monogram Club; Hi-Y; Senior Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer; District Choral Contest; Black Masque Club, Play Cast; Most Talented; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Modern Music Masters; Choral Work- shop; Radio Staff; Tennis Team. JAMES COLTRANE BIVENS " My appetite for life is large. " Wrestling; Monogram Club; Hi-Y; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer. LUTHER BROWN BIVENS " Great men are those who foce life squarely. " Wrestling; Hi-Y, Pres., Sec.; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Pres.; Student Council Rep., Comm. Chair- man; Math Club; Science Club; Full Moon Circulation Manager, Business Manager; Assembly Comm.; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm; Golf; Student Rotarian. ROGER LAVON BLAKE " He stars as an athlete and a friend. " Football; Monogram Club; Hi-Y; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Intramural Sports; Track: Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Jr. Red Cross; Baseball Team. DANIEL EUGENE BLALOCK " A quiet lad with a willing hand, always ready on command. " Wrestling; Monogram Club; Hi-Y; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Science Club; Crossroads Business Staff; Bible Club. RONALD DAVID BLALOCK " He ' s good-natured and full of fun, but always manages to get some work done. " Wrestling; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Black Masque Club, Play Cast; Band, Pres., Vice-Pres., All-State Band; State Band Contest; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Radio Staff. DAVID THOMAS BOYER " Nice and tall, neat and slim, if anyone succeeds, it ' ll surely be him. " Transferred from Rockdale Sr. High School, Rockdale, Texas; Science Fair; Math Club; National Honor Society; Band; Mar- shal; Basketball; Modern Music Masters; Tennis Team; Baseball Team. JOHN DAVID BURLESON " A handsome boy, a witty boy, a boy so full of fun; a brainy boy, a carefree boy, a thousand boys in one. " Football; Monogram Club; Hi-Y; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Pres.; Intramural Sports; Track; Soph. Class Vice-Pres.; Best All-Around; Student Lion; J;. Sr. Prom Comm.; Basketball; Soph. Hop Comm.; Jr. Red Cross; Baseball Team; Athlete of Month. 37 JAMES MICHAEL BURLESON " Earnest, sincere, straight forward is he, a friend to admire he ' ll always be. " Foolball, Wrestling; Monogram Club; Hi-Y, Booster ' s Club; Band; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph, Hop Comm.; Radio Staff; Baseball Team. RAYMOND ELWOOD BURLESON " A friend to all who know him. " Wrestling; Monogram Club; Hi-Y; Science Fair; Intramural Sports; Bible Club; Deco Club. KENNETH BUD CAUDLE " Where words are scarce, they are seldom spent in vain. " Science Fair; Track. JOHN TIMOTHY CLARK " His aim is never to offend, and every person is his friend. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Track, Band. PETER ALLEN CLUFF " We love you because you ' re you. " Transferred from Chelmsford Sr. High School, Chelmsford, Massochusetts; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer; District Choral Contest; Science Club; Special Choir. BILLY WADE COLEY " In quietness and confidence shall be his sfrength. " MARVIN EUGENE COLEY " Every man is the architect of his future. " Football; Monogrom Club; Senior Choir; Science Fair; Home- room Officer; District Choral Contest; Track; Student Council Rep.; Moth Club; Science Club; Boys ' State; National Honor Society; Most Likely to Succeed; Student Lion; Full Moon, Editor-in-Chief; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Basketball; Saph, Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir, Treas.; Modern Music Masters; Athlete of Month, Student Appreciation Day; Morehead Nominee. GREGORY COOK " An active boy with a cheerful smile, a boy who is a friend worthwhile. " Monogrom Club; Hi-Y; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Home- room Officer; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Golf; Jr. Red Cross. 38 ROY WESLEY COOK " He is a gentleman; his nature is kind and affable. " Science Fair. WILLIAM DONALDSON COTTON, JR. " Wifh knowledge and quietness one may conquer the world. " Science Fair; Science Club; Chemistry Medal. ROGER LANE CRISCO " A little body doth often harbor a great soul. " Wrestling; Monogram Club; Science Fair; Library Club. MICHAEL HAL DAVIS " Compound of quality, noble and true, with planey of sens and good humor foo. " Football; Monogram Club; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair. JAMES JACKSON DEESE " Honor lies in honest toil. " Science Fair; Homeroom Officer; Math Club; Science Club; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm. TERRY WILSON DENNIS " Mischief with an understanding heart. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Intramural Sports. THOMAS EDWARD DIXON, JR. " Smiling he lives, and calls life a pleasure. ' Science Fair; Jr. Red Cross. DONALD DEWAINE DORSEY " His ways are ways of kindness and all his paths are peace. " Science Fair. 39 SMOKEY JOE DORSEY " Calmly he treads the pathway of life. " HUBERT LEROY DRYE, JR. " He who talks little thinks much. " Science Fair; Jr. Red Cross. JOE ONDRE EARNHARDT " Wisdom he has; and add to his wisdom honor and talent. " Monogram Club; Hi-Y, Vice-Pres.; Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Vice-Pres.; Disfrict Choral Contest; Sr. Class Vice-Pres.; Student Council Rep.; Math Club; Vice-Pres.; Black Masque, Play Cast; Most Popular; Crossroads Business Staff; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir, Vice-Pres.; Modern Music Masters; Choral Workshop; Baseball Team; Jr. Boys ' Double Quartet; State Choral Festival. NATHAN HAROLD EFIRD " Men of few words are fhe best of men. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Science Club; Band. GERALD KENNETH FORD " The mixture of delightful knowledge and good-natured wit. " Football, Manager; Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Dis- trict Choral Contest; Math Club; Most Talkative; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Special Choir; Choral Workshop; Jr. Boys ' Double Quartet. HENRY WADE FOX " He who is commended and respected by everyone must be an extraordinary person. " Transferred from Roxboro High School, Roxboro, N. C.; Foot- ball; Monogram Club; Booster ' s Club; Homeroom Officer, Pres.; Math Club; National Honor Society; Crossroads Asst. Sports Edi- tor; Student Lion; Baseball Team; Athlete of Month. RICHARD DOUGLAS FRICK " Full of fun and fancy free; if you wont a good time, then come along with me. " Hi-Y; Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Of- ficer; Intramural Sports; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Field Day; Choral Workshop; Jr. Red Cross; Base- ball Team. GARY GLOVER " I profess not tolking, only this, let eoch mon do his best. " Football. 40 JAMES HEATH GODFREY, III " They ore rich who hove friends. " Football; Wrestling; Monogram Club; Hi-Y, Basketball; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Track; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Choir. DANIEL CARLTON HAGER " An honest boy who fakes it on the chin, a good sport and warm heart within. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Band; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm. DARRELL RITCHIE HARWOOD " A versatile athlete plus a wonderful boy. " Football; Monogram Club; Hi-Y; Booster ' s Club; Baseball Team. WAYNE KENNETH HARWOOD " I will not follow where the path may lead, but I will go where there is no path, and I will leave a trail. " Wrestling, Manager; Hi-Y; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Home- room Officer; Intramural Sports; Track; Science Club; Band; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; F.B.L.A.; Deco Club; Deca State Con- vention; Field Day; Jr. Red Cross; Baseball Team. RONALD CHESTER HATHCOCK " Never put off til tomorrow what you can put off till day after tomorrow. " WAYNE NOEL HARKEY " Blessed is the man who has the gift of making friends. " Football; Wrestling; Monogram Club; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Pres., Vice-Pres.; Track; Band, Vice- Pres.; Friendliest; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; District Band Contest. ROGER BLAIR HARTSELL " A quiet way, a cheerful smile, a boy who is o friend worth- while. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Track, Manager; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm. JAMES MORRIS HATHCOCK " Teachers and classes are my only objections to educations. " Hi-Y; Booster ' s Club; Intramural Sports; Track; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Basketball. 41 DANIEL PATTERSON HATLEY " Whot is to be, will be, so why worry?” Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Intramural Sports; Band. PHILLIP FURR HERLOCKER " His quietness does not moke him less important. " Science Fair. DANA KIRT HERRIN " Full of wit and devilish fun, look out world — here I come! " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer; Science Club; Band; Deca Club, Pres.; Deco State Convention. TONY EUGENE HILL " An honest man is respected by all. " Transferred from North Stanly High School; Booster ' s Club; Intramural Sports; Basketball. LARRY GENE HINSON " Whot shall a man do but be merry. " Science Fair. RONNY WAYNE HINSON " The deepest rivers flow with the leost sound. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Bible Club; Library Club. CALDWELL AUGUSTUS HOLBROOK, JR. " There ' s nothing so kingly as kindness ond nothing so royol as truth. " Wrestling; Hi-Y; Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Track; Science Club; Crossroads Sports Staff; Best Dressed; Jr. Sr. Prom. Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Jr. Red Cross. GEORGE MICHAEL HOLLY " Let each man do his best. " Science Fair. 42 JOE HUNEYCUTT " For he is just the quiet kind whose nature never varys. " JOHN GORDON HUDSON " It is eosier not to speak a word ot all than to speak more words than we should. " Science Fair. JOHN FRANKLIN HUNEYCUTT " Sincere in all he undertakes. " Monogram Club; Intramural Sports; Track; Bible Club, Vice- Pres. KELLY BYRD JONES " First in sports, first in the gome, he hos made for himself a remembered name. " Football; Monogram Club; Hi-Y; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Pres.; Crossroads Class Staff; Mosf Athletic; Basketball, Captain; Baseball Team; Athlete of Month; Stu- dent Rotarian; All Conference Football; All Conference Bas- ketball; All Tournament Basketball; All-State Check List, Foot- ball. CHRISTIAN FRIEDRICH KOEPCKE " He came a stranger and remained a friend. " American Foreign Exchange Student from Stuftgart, Germany; Wrestling; Hi-Y; Booster ' s Club; Track; Student Council; Math Club; National Honor Society. CHARLES EDWARD LANE " One who is always dependable is as rare as a vaiuable gem. " Monogram Club; Hi-Y, Vice-Pres.; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Student Council Rep., Publicity Chairman; Science Club; Band; Crossroads Assistant Business Manager; Most Dependable; Dis- trict Band Contest; Assembly Comm.; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Tennis Team; Student Appreciation Week. JOHN HAL LANIER, JR. " He mixed his sports and living, and mixed them well. " Football; Wrestling; Monogram Club; Science Fair; Intramural Sports; Track. TERRANCE MAULDIN LEITCH " Men of real merit find favor everywhere. " Footfall; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; District Choral Contest; Science Club; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Choral Workshop; State Choral Festival. 43 JOHN WALTER LISK " He is os full of volor os of kindness; princely in both. " Monogram Club; Hi-Y, Sr. Choir, Pres.; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer; Track; Jr. Class Treas.; Science Club, Vice-Pres.; Crossroads Sports Editor; Student Lion; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Basketball; Athlete of Month. ROBERT WAYNE LITAKER " Seldom serious, often gay, o grand sport in eyery way. " RICHARD ELDRED LITTLE " Reason and calm judgement, the qualities of a gentleman. " Science Fair; Band; Soph. Hop Comm. CHARLES GARY LONG " Full of fun and a smile for all. " Wrestling; Monogram Club; Black Masque Play Cast; Band; Baseball Team; State Band Contest. TERRY GLENN LORCH " Set perfection as your goal, remembering self-satisfaction is as important . . . happiness will follow. " Booster ' s Club; Sr. Class Treas.; Math Club, Pres : Science Club; National Honor Society, Chaplain; Bond; Crossroads Business Manager; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Modern Music Masters, Chaplain; Debate Club, Pres. BOBBY GENE LOWDER " An honest mon is the noblest work of God. " Booster ' s Club; Student Council; Student Store; Moth Club; Notional Honor Society; Bible Club. GREGORY ARNIE LOWDER " A cheerful companion is worth gold. " Science Fair; Bible Club; Deco Club; Deco Convention. JAMES LYNN LOWDER " It is not knowledge but the use of knowledge that counts. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Vice-Pres.; Math Club; Science Club; National Honor Society; Vice- Pres.; Bond; Marsh.al; Assembly Comm.; Full Moon; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Modern Music Masters, Vice-Pres.; Debate Club, Sec,, Treas, 44 ROBERT LOUIS LOWDER " It is not what he hos, nor what he does which expressed the worth of a man, but what he is. " Hi-Y; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Treas.; Mafh Club; Black Masque Club, Play Casf; Band; Modern Music Masters; Outstanding Band Student. RALPH V. MANN " Thoughts are mightier than the strength of man. " Football; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Intramural Sports; Track; Band; Field Day. JAMES LESLIE MANNING " His heart is open as the day, his feelings ere all true. " Football; Monogram Club; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Intra- mural Sports; Track, EDDIE HERMAN MAULDIN " If worry were the only cause of death, I should never die. " Boosters Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer; Math Club; Black Masque Club, Play Cast; Science Club; Band; Crossroads Business Staff; Radio Staff. CLIFFORD RAY MAULDIN, II " Disparage not my size, sir, ' tis what ' s within that counts. Football; Monogram Club. BILL RAY MAUNEY " He was never loud, but always kind and gentle-hearted. " JOSEPH BRINSON McMANUS " Life is full of amusement to an amusing man. " Monogram Club; Hi-Y; Booster ' s Club; Science Club; Wittiest; Jr, Sr. Prom Committee; Soph. Hop Comm.; Golf. CURTIS WOODROW MELTON " A little fun is relished by the best of us. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Math Club; Bible Club; Deca Club; Deca Convention. 45 DAVID LASSITER MILLER " He ' s cute, witty, and wise; an exception of all the guys. " Monogram Club; Hi-Y; Sr. Choir; Boosters ' Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer; District Choral Contest; Sophomore Class Vice-Pres.; Junior Class Pres.; Student Council Rep.; Black Masque Club; Play Cast; Cutest; Crossroads Classes Staff; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Basketball; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Field Day; Golf; Choral Workshop; Jr. Red Cross; Youth Appreciation Week. CHARLES PHILIP MOREHEAD " You con tell o man not by the word he speaks, but by the silence he keeps. " Wrestling; Boostere ' s Club; Science Fair; Track; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Choir; Vice-Pres. Booster ' s Club. JOHN BIRCH MORRIS, III " His life was gentle, and the elements so mixed in him that nature might stand up and say, ' This is a man ' . " Football; Monogram Club; Hi-Y; Booster ' s Club; Homeroom Officer, Pres.; Sr. Class Pres.; Student Council Rep.; Black Masque Club; Play Cast; Crossroads Sports Staff; Best Looking; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Basketball; Soph. Hop Comm.; Tennis Team; Athlete of Month; Student Rotarian; Delegate to Youth Fitness Conference; Foreign Exchange Comm. TERRY ODELL MORRIS " Wisdom he has; and add to his wisdom humor and talent. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Math Club; Science Club; F.B. L.A.; Deca Club; Baseball Team; D.E. Student of the Year. CHARLES IVERY MORTON, JR. " He gave with a zest, ond he gave his best; give him the best to come. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Student Council Pres.; Black Mas- que Club; Band; Marshal; Most Influential; Bible Club; Full Moon Asst. Bus. Manager; Photographer; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Modern Music Masters, Trees.; Student Rotarian; All-State Band Clinic; State Band Contest. JOHN JACOB MORTON " I do not fear tomorrow, for I remember and I lave today. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer; District Choral Contest; Soph. Choir; Jr. Red Cross. DARRELL PHILIP NEWTON " Here is he who con do all things well. " Monogram Club; Hi-Y, Trees.; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair, District Choral Contest; Science Club; National Honor Society; Jr. Red Cross; Radio Staff; Baseball Team; Athlete of Month; Student Appreciation Day. GARY ALBERT NICHOLDS Another like him would be hard to find. " Monogram Club; Hi-Y; Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair, District Choral Contest; Black Masque Club, Vice-Pres., Ploy Cost; Full Moon, Asst. Bus. Manager, Advertising Manager; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Golf. 46 RICHARD ALLEN OLSEN " Our deeds determine us, as much as we determined our deeds. " Transferred from Wilson Borough High School, Easton, Pennsyl- vania; Black Masque Play Cast; Band. JOHN RONALD PARKS " A friend to all and that a generous soul; in life he ' ll play a noble role. " Football; Wrestling; Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Black Masque Play Cast; Soph. Choir; Special Choir. ELWOOD CURTIS PIERCE " Happiness seems made to be shared. " Football; Monogram Club; Hi-Y; Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Sci- ence Fair; District Choral Contest; Track; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Choir; Choral Workshop. WILLIAM NORTON PEASE " A n earnest worker whose reward should be the best. " Football; Monogram Club; Hi-Y; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; T rack. GARY STEVEN PINKSTON " I labored with the multitude to make this building higher in my time. " Monogram Club; Hi-Y, Treas.; Science Fair; Homeroom Office; District Choral Contest; Student Council Rep.; National Honor Society; Crossroads Business Staff; Special Choir, Pres.; Modern Music Masters; Baseball Team; Athlete of Month. FRANKLIN CROSON REEVES " An athlete was never made by mere instruction. " Football, Captain; Monogram Club; Booster ' s Club; Track. WILLIAM WAYNE ROGERS, JR. " He makes himself liked by all. " Boster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Pres.; Black Masque Play Cast; Band; Bible Club. ALLAN REED ROTHWELL " He lives at peace with mankind. " Monogram Club; Hi-Y; Science Fair; Track. 47 EDWARD LIONEL RUSHING " I con resist everything but temptotion. " Football, Manager; Wrestling; Hi-Y; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Treas.; Disfricf Choral Contesf; Intra- mural Sports; Bible Club; Jr. Sr, Prom Comm,; Soph. Choir; Baseball Team. WILLIAM RUSSELL " Knowledge has he but even more than this to those who know him. " THOMAS MICHEAL SHOEMAKER " Life, happy or unhappy, successful or unsuccessful, is ex- traordinarily interesting. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Jr. Red Cross. WARREN LEE SIMMONS " A mighty man is he, filled with ambition and ability. " Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; District Choral Contest; Black Masque Play Cast; Special Choir; Choral Workshop. ROBERT LEE SMITH, JR. " A man with a willing heart and a nature ever trustful. " Booster ' s Club; Science Foir; Homeroom Officer, Treas.; Math Club; Science Club; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm. MARK FREDERICK STAMBAUGH " A mind full of knowledge is o mind that never tails. " Science Fair; Math Club; Science Club; National Honor Society; Most Studious, LESTER HOLLAND STOWE, III " Never too busy to play a prank or do a favor. " Monogram Club; Science Fair; District Choral Contest; Intra- mural Sports; Soph. Choir; Golf. DAVID WAYNE SWANNER " Fun-loving ond serious at times. " Football; Monogram Club; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Deca Club; Soph, Choir, Trees. 48 CHARLES WARREN SWARINGEN " He puts his troubles in a pocket with a hole in it. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair. GEROME WEST TALBERT " There never was o saint with red hair. " Wrestling; Monogram Club; Hi-Y; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Intramural Sports; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Field Day; Baseball Team. LANE E. TAYLOR " A merry heart, a merry smile, happy is he all the while. " Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; District Choral Con- test; Intramural Sports; Black Masque Play Cast; F.B.L.A.; Soph. Choir; Special Choir; Jr. Boys ' Double Quartet. THOMAS HUDSON TAYLOR, III " Laughter is not at all a bad beginning for a friendship. " Wrestling; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair. LARRY E. THOMAS " Whatever his task, he did it well. " Football; Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; District Choral Contest; Crossroads Art Editor; Most Original; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm. Chairman; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Choral Work- shop; Radio Staff; Sporfs Editor; Choral Festival; Mars Hill Choral Clinic. RONALD COLON THOMPSON " Silence is more eloquent than words. " Science Fair; Intramural Sports. CLARENCE VERNELL TOWNSEND, JR. " A cheerful heart, a cheerful smile, a charm of friendship oil the while. " Football; Monogram Club; Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Bible Club; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Basketball, Manager; Soph. Choir; Choral Workshop. RONALD FRANCIS TREXLER " It ' s a pleasure to know him. " Science Fair. 49 GLENN DOLAN TUCKER " A little work, a little play, to keep us going day by day. " Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Pres.; Bible Club; Deco Club; Deco Club District Convention. HAROLD RUSSELL VICK, JR. " A man with an abundance of friends and good qualities. " Football; Monogrom Club; Hi-Y; Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Sci- ence Fair; Homeroom Officer; District Choral Contest; Intra- mural Sports; Math Club; Black Masque Club, Play Cast; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Soph. Hop Comm.; Soph. Choir; Choral Work- shop; Tennis Team. TONY WALKER WOLFE " Not the tallest, not the smallest, but every inch a man. " Football; Wrestling; Monogram Club; Hi-Y, Pres., Sec.; Boos- ter ' s Club; Science Fair; Homeroom Officer, Pres., Vice-Pres.; Trock; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Athlete of Month. ROBERT LEE YOUNGBLOOD " I ' m not lazy — I just conserve my energy. " Hi-Y; Sr. Choir; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; District Choral Contest; Intramural Sports; Track, Jr. Sr. Prom Comm. JAMES COWAN WILHELM, JR. " Friends, he has many; foes has he any. " Monogram Club; Booster ' s Club; Science Fair; Track; Jr. Sr. Prom Comm.; Jr. Red Cross. STATON PENDER WILLIAMS, JR. " Wisdom he has; and add to his wisdom, humor and talent. " Wrestling; Sr. choir; Science Fair; District Choral Contest; Sci- ence Club; Choral Workshop Baseball Team. In Memoriam Death be not proud, though some hove called thee Mighty and dreadful, for thou art not so; One short sleep past, we wake eternally. And Death shall be no more; Death, thou shalt die! Johnny Ray Hunsucker 1947-1963 President . . . Vice-President Secretary . . . T reasurer . . . Advisor Bill Trivette , , . , Whit Morrow . . . Lorraine Davis . . . Nancy Walker Mrs. Mildred Deese Bill Trivette, Lorraine Davis, Nancy Walker, Whit Morrow Juniors Mrs. Deese and juniors plan together. 52 Vickie Alexander David Almond Debbie Arey Harold Arey Joyce Bailey Lois Benton Allan Blake Benny Bowers Ted Bowers Gwen Boyd John Brooks Kay Brannan Charlotte Davis George Burleson Lynn Burleson Bill Burney Carolyn Burris Joe Burris Doris Capra Paul Carder Barbara Caudle Cecil Caudle Janis Clarke Lowell Cook Mark Cook Cecila Come Sarah Cox Marian Cranford Edward Crisco Sybil Crisco Joe Culp Charles Daniel Lorraine Davis Jan Deane Alberta Doby 53 Doris Jean Dorsey Winnie Dry David Earnhardt Sarah Efird Carolyn Eury Lindo Fesperman Sidney Fields Cynthia Freeman Cathy Fretina Bill Furr Eddie Furr Gary Furr Reed Furr Rita Furr Patricia Gallagher Grey Gamewell Charlotte Gantt Wynnell Gardner Larry Garris Martha Garrison Bob Hall Judy Bell Hall Ned Hammond Walter Harkey Allison Harris Linwood Harwood Emily Hathcock Steve Hathcock Wade Hatley Tony Hedrick Emalyn Helms Leon Helms Mac Hendley Carl Hicks Dianne Hill 54 Judy Hinson Lana Hinson Buddy Holt Mitchell Holt Danny Hopkins Susan Hopkins Ruth Howell Sylvia Huneycutt Kirk Isenhour Gahlon James Brenda Johnson Sandy Kelley Steve Kendrick Ernest Kimery Nancy Laton Charles Lefler Tanya Lefler Judy Lewis Lin Little Robin Loeb Sherry Lomax David Long Barbara Lowder Robert H. Lowder Dianne Lowder Lanny Lowder Roger Lowder Janice Lucas Linda Lucas Sara Mabry Celia Mauldin Eddie Mauldin Tommy McSwain Rodney Medlin J. L. Menefee 55 Jimmy Morgan Rodney Morgan Jimmy Morris Whit Morrow David Mullis Jerry Myers Bobby Overcash Anita Parker Carolyn Parker Barbara Peck Melody Peck Dane Perry Shelia Phifer Fredia Plyler Joe Rabon Jean Ray James Redwine David Ritchie Linda Ritchie Ginny Rogers Dwight Russell Gerald Safrit Jimmy Schooley Cathy Sells Tony Senter Cecelia Shankle Barbara W. Shaver William Sherrill Billy Sikes Russell Sims Barbara Ann Smith Barbara Jean Smith Chuck Smith David Smith Joe Smith 56 Joyce Smith Michael Smith Rickey Smith Sidney Smith Tommy Smith Patricio Snipes Buck Snuggs Jimmy Stockton Joyce Story Dionne Surratt Ronney Swonner Dickie Talbert Sheri Talbert Charles Taylor Jennifer Taylor Don Terry Bob Townsend Steve Treece Bill Trivette Sam Truette Billy Tucker Bobby Tucker Mark Tucker Nancy Ussery Steve Vanderburg Don Vanhoy Robbie Vick Nancy Walker Mike Waller Tom Webb Billy Whitley Billy Whilhem Ellen Wilson Pat Worley Teresa Yow 57 President Bill Hartsell Vice-President Beth Ann Eddins Secretary Beth Moose Treasurer Catherine Kelly Advisor Mrs. Catherine Neagle Catherine Kelly, Beth Moose, Beth Ann Eddins, Bill Hartsell Sophomores Mrs. Neagle talks with sophomores. 58 Nancy Almond Ricky Almond Darlene Austin John Auten Paulette Balfrey Frankie Barbee Bonnie Bawden Martha Beam Joe Beaman Butch Bivens Tommy Blalock Sherran Britt Joe Brooks Joe Stephan Brooks Sheri Brooks Annette Broom Doug Brown Steve Brown Rodney Bullock Donnie Burgess C. Diane Burleson Dian Burleson Ralph Burleson Ricky Burleson Billy Burr Keith Burris Randy Burton Mark Cain Edward Caudle Ellen Caudle Dianne Clark Peggy Cole Andy Cotten Bill Cotton David Cranford 59 Frank Cranford Joe Grumpier Ronald Crumpton Sally Davidson Kathy Davis Betty Dennis Benton Dry Bonnie Drye Mike Drye Steve Drye Susan Earnhardt Beth Eddins David Edwards Sherry Faggett Ann Faulkenberry Thomas Fields Douglas Freeman Joe Frick Phil Furr Lynn Furr Penny Furr Ronnie Furr Tim Furr Jimmy Gantt Banks Garrison Cindy Hamilton Louise Harrington Randy Harrington Elton Hartley Bill Hartsell Elicia Harwood Joe Harwood Gearald Hatley Johnny Helms Linda Helms 60 Lynn Herlocker Jack Hesley Steve Hicks Bobby Hill Ronald Hinson Patricia Holt Beverly Honeycutt Lynn Howard Ann Hudgens Toby Hudson Charleen Huneycutt Janice Huneycutt Loraine Huneycutt Jimmy Ingram Johnny James Ellen Johnson Jim Jordan Catherine Kelley Gary Kimrey David Kirk Frances Lambert Lamar Lambert Mike Lanier H. C. Laton J. R. Laton Linda Laton Johnny Lefler Patricia Little Tommy Loftin Linda Long Barbara Lowder Gail Lowder Johnny Lowder Roger Lowder Shirley L. Lowder 61 Shirley Lowder Mark Mabry Janice Mauldin Linda Mauldin Tabithia Mauldin Gary Maurice Jimmy McBryde Patsy McLester Janife McManus Joe McNally Michal Medling Betsy Miller John Miller Beth Moose Donnie Morgan Linda Morrow Mac Morrow Joe Mullis David Newton Oroon Palmer Betsy Patterson Linda Peck Billy Poplin Jerrell Rabon Ellen Reeves Carol Renger Richard Ritchie Myra Rothwell Frank Russell Jane Sanges Peggy Schooley Joy Schreyer Fred Sharkey Wanada Shaver Cathy Sides 62 Edwin Sides Sharon Sides Mitchell Simpson Bruce Smith Carolyn Smith Richard Smith Susan Snuggs Elaine Soloman Wayne Soloman Danny Starnes Judy Swanner Gail Swaringen Susan Talbert Beverly Tarlton Anne Taylor David Taylor Shannon Thompson Wade Thompson Jimmy Thorpe Alan Treece Twinkle Tweece Betty Trexler Wayne Tucker Ann Underwood Faye Vanhoy Joe Vanhoy Teresa Vanhoy Tommy Vanhoy David Waddell Gerrie Watson Debbie Weemhoff Gerald Whitley Jerry Whitley Steve Whitley Tony Whitley 63 David Wilhoit Martha Wilhoit Kenneth Williams Keith Wolf Danny Wood Patty Woodall Sandra Yow Christian Kaepcke is entertained in the Home Ecan- omics DepartTnent. " Well, didiuns feel that? " 65 FBLA picnics, College Day, the Christmas Concert, rehearsals for “Sky High, " Honor Society tappings, nominating conventions in April, press deadlines for the Full Moon, dinner meetings at the “Y,“ radio programs on Saturday, Modern Music Masters initiation. The joy and security of belonging and participating. Scrambling to pay the fifty cents dues and still be able to eat lunch. Booster ribbons on Friday, Equal parts of fun and w ' ork. These are the activities. ACTIVITIES Student Council The Student Council is on organization which binds students together. It is composed of the officers, a representative from each homeroom, the class presidents, the publications editors, and the foreign exchange student, when there is one in the school. The Council strives to co-operate with the faculty on any measure affecting the wel- fare of the school and to promote any project which will benefit the student body. OFFICERS: Treasurer, Joanne Lisk; Secretary, Ginny Rogers; Vice-President, Done Perry; President, Charles Morton. Left to right: First row — Joanne Lisk, Ginny Rogers, Dane Perry, Charles Morton. Second row — Gwen Sasser, Lynn Colder, Jahala Holt, Emalynn Helms, Linda Long, Mac Morrow, Mark Mabry. Third row — Banks Garrison, Jane Austin, Ann Hudgens, Brenda Peeler, Danny Lisk, Thomas Fields. Fourth row — Bill Hartsell, Eugene Coley, Steve Pinkston, Mike Waller, Whit Morrow. Fifth row — Eddie Lane, Bill Trivette, Ronnie Swanner, David Miller, Brown Bivens. Sixth row — Johnny Morris, Christian Koepcke, Tommy Smith, Tom Webb, Mrs. Bess Young. 68 National Honor Society Terry Lorch Chaplain Christian Koepcke Mrs. Nell Westerlund Advisor Sally Efird Robbie Bost President David Boyer Bobby Lowder Henry Fox Eugene Coley Peggy Dick Darrell Newton Brookie Smith Sue Plyler Jimmy Lowder Vice-President Joanne Lisk T reasurer Edith Johnson Brenda Peeler Secretary Steve Pinkston Mark Stombaugh 69 Row 1: D. Weemhoff, S. Kelley, T. Yow, L. Colder, J, Cloywell, D. Perry, I. Furr, J. Lowder, T. Lorch, R. Vick, V. Alexander, L. Sworingen. Row 2; M. Cook, R. Furr, E. Wilson, A. Doby, N. Walker, M. Thompson, M. Boone, A. Thomas, G. Boyd, A. Taylor, C. Gantt, K, Carpenter. Row 3; C. Morton, J. Crumpler, M. Cran- ford, P. Lowder, E. Johnson, J. Story, S. Smith, A. Harris, D. Sweet, F. Plyler, D. Morton, J. Schreyer. Row 4: D. Smith, S. Pinkston, D. Boyer, B. Lowder, L. Burleson, J. Beaver, J. Earnhardt, T. Webb, B. Hall, E. Coley, M. Waller, S. Kendrick, B. Overcash. Modern Music Masters The Modern Music Masters Society is on honorary society which selects its members on the basis of scho- larship, character, and service to the school through music. This organization strives to foster a greater and continued interest in solo, band, and choral perfarm- ance and to further the reputation of the school as a music center. OFFICERS: Inez Furr, Sec.; Jan Claywell, Pres,; Lynn Calder, Treas. Second row: Terry Lorch, Chaplain; Jimmy Lowder, Vice- Pres.; Dane Perry, Historian, 70 Future Teachers of America Row ; Gayle Byrd, treasurer; Vicky Mesimer, secretary; Brenda Peeler, vice-president; Nancy Butler, President. Row 2: Barbara Peck, Faye Vanhoy, Catherine Kelley, Gwen Sasser, Pat Snipes, Sue Plyler, Row 3: Kitty Purser, Sandy Kelley, Melody Peck, Diane Burleson, Annette Thomas, Linda Long, Debbie Arey, Shelia Talbert. Row 4: Pam Lowder, Mary Thompson, Alberta Doby, Jan Claywell, Sherrie Brooks, Janis Clark, Jennifer Taylor, Shelia Phi- fer. Row 5: Susan Talbert, Diane Clark, Beth Moose, Brookie Smith, Wanda Honeycutt, Susan Hopkins, Barbara Smith, Carolyn Burris. Row 6: Linda Ritchie, Sue Cooper, Sally Davidson, Winnie Drye, Nancy Walker, Matilda Boone, Carol Renger, Robbie Bost. Row 7: Jan Deane, Debbie Sweet, Jane Austin, Emily Lowder, Shelia Lowder, Pearlie Rae Burris, Allison Harris, Ann Underwood. Row 8: Cynthia Freeman, Diane Hill, Linda Lorch, Lorraine Davis, Lynn Howard, Gwen Boyd, Marian Cranford, Diane Ty- singer. Row 9: Peggy Dick, Nancy Ussery, Sue Snuggs, Sue Callaway. The Future Teachers of America is part of a state and national organiza- tion of the same name. Its primary purpose is to interest young men and women in teaching. 71 CROSSROADS Editor Business Manager Advisor Sally Efird Terry torch Miss Bishop Solly Efird, Miss Bishop, Terry torch. Crossroads 1965 The Albemarle Senior High School Crossroads has two main purposes: first, to provide for inter- ested seniors and juniors the opportunity to plan and to work with other students in the organiza- tion, the lay-out, and the sole of the yearbook; second, to provide for the student body o book of memories of their friends, activities, faculty, and experiences during the high school years. Selec- tion of membership on the staff is based on ability, interest, originality, and dependability. Associate Editor Mary Thompson, Assistant Business Manager Eddie Lane. TYPING STAFF: Sherry Fretina, Linda Griffin, Laura Doby, ed., Becky Purser, Priscilla Furr BUSINESS STAFF: Tommy Alley, Eddie Mauldin, Eddie -ane, Steve Pinkston, Dan Blalock, Joe Earnhardt, David CLUBS STAFF: Gus Holbrook, Jane Austin, Inez Furr, ed jmith; Seated: Mary Alice Lambeth, Pam Lowder Gayle Byrd, Shelia Lowder 73 Editor Eugene Coley and Mrs. Gamewell Full Moon Executives Edith Johnson, Brown Bivens, Joanne Lisk The Full Moon, the Senior High newspaper, is published monthly by a )Ournalism class consisting of selected sophomores, juniors and seniors. Ob- jectives of journalism ore the follow- ing: to practice clear, concise, and ac- curate written expression; to organize thinking; to utilize talent; to exercise initiative, ingenuity, and good judg- ment, to gain experience in business procedures of the press; and ta explore journalism as a possible career. Aims of the Full Moon are to increase and reflect school spirit; to express the idealism of the school; to educate the community in the work of the school; and to record the history of the school. 74 L. to R.: sitting — Diane Morton, Marion Cranford, Jimmy Lowder; standing — Tony Senter, Allison Harris, Carolyn Eury, Jayne Harris. L. to R.: Mark Cook, Dane Perry, Ginny Rogers, Teresa Yow, Billy Sikes, Nancy Butler. L. to R.: Charles Morton, Marie Bassow, Sandy Kelley, Buck Snuggs, Gary Nicholds, Kathy Gamewell. Editor Gwen Sasser and Miss Stasavich FEATURES STAFF: I. to r. Janie Ragsdale, Jerry Beaver, Wanda Honeycutt. Barbara Jean Smith. Radio Staff NEWS STAFF: . to r. Robbie Vick, Vicky Alexan- der, Shelia Hall, Betty Morton, Ronnie Blalock, Matilda Boone. The Radio Staff was organized for the first time in September, 1963. The purpose of the staff is to produce for the radio medio o program of general school news, " Inside Albemarle Senior High School " uses " Hail to the Varsity, " A.S.H.S. fight song, as its theme. The program is designed to ac- quaint interested students with the broadcasting field, especially the operation of radio. The staff is limited to fifteen people. SPORTS STAFF: , to r. Tommy Alley, Eddie Maudlin, Larry Thomas, Peggy Dick, Mickey Burleson. 76 Row 1: Sylvia Huneycutt, Carolyn Eury, Linda Fesperman, Teresa Yovv. Row 2. Jean Ray, Pat Snipes, Barbara Smith, Alberta Doby, Marion Cranford, Matilda Boone, Susan Earnhardt, Roddy Drye. Row 3: Kathy Sue Davis, Doris Jean Dorsey, Kathy Fretina, Emily Hathcock, Sybil Crisco, Kay Carpenter, Grey Gamewell. Row 4: Carlotta Taylor, Diane Morgan, Shelia Frick, Barbara Jean Smith, Diane Hill, Brenda Whitey. Row 5: Joyce Story, Fredia Plyler, Billiphene Starnes, Mary Lowder, Ann Hatley, Lynn Howard. Row 6: Myra Rothwell, Nancy Laton, Joe Allen, Doris Barbee, Linda Lucas, Jimmy Wilhelm. Junior Red Cross The Junior Red Cross is a port of the Ameri- can Red Cross and is composed of interested high school sudents. The purpose of the orga- nization is to promote friendship and good will between the students of this high school and those of the high schools of foreign countries. Left to right: Sylvia Huneycutt, secretary; Linda Fesperman, treasurer; Carolyn Eury, vice president; Teresa Yow, president. Math Club The Math Club of ASMS is open to any student who shows an interest in the broad subject of math. Students are provided with the opportunity to learn more about fields in which math plays an important role. Along with the excellent aide of math teachers, films, and outside speakers add to the interesting program of the Math Club. Sec.-Treas., Robbie Bost; Pres., Terry Lorch; Vice-Pres., Whit Morrow; not pictured, Advisors, Miss Coughmon and Mrs. Neogle Row 1: P. Snipes, T. Lorch, R. Bost, W. Morrow, J. Roy; Row 2: S. Mabry, A. Thomas, M. Boone, J. Ragsdale, G. Sasser; Row 3; S. Cooper, P. Lowder, S. Lowder, J. Ciaywell, M. Thompson, M. Cranford; Row 4: N. Butler, L. Mauldin, B. Peeler, L. Lorch, J. Ford, J. Stockton; Row 5: E. Mauldin, J. Lowder, D. Tysinger, D. Smith, D. Boyer, B. Lowder; Row 6: B. Bivens, J. Earnhart, R. Vick, J. Lewis, C. Koeockce, M. Stambauah 78 Row 1: Lynn Herlocker, Sandra Russell, Cecilia Come, Doris Dorsey, Janice Lucas, Carolyn Caudle, Row 2; Brenda Herrin, Patricia Worley, Jan Deane, Nancy Laton, Linda Burr, Brenda Whitley, Jennifer Taylor, Nancy Morton, Catherine Kelley, Row 3; Ruthie Dennis, Carlotta Taylor, Sylvia Huneycutt, Shelia Talbert, Betty Morton. Barbara Caudle, Brenda Love Future Homemakers of America The Future Homemakers of America is the notional organization of girls studying homemaking in high schools of the United States and its territori- ties. As a goal for the homemaking program, FHA provides opportunities for students to have additional experi- ences in planning and carrying out ac- tivities related to homemaking. OFFICERS: Row 1: Carolyn Caudle, Pres.; Brenda Love, Hist.; Catherine Kelley, County Officer; Row 2; Miss Brooks, Advisor; Ruthie Dennis, Song Leader; Carlotta Taylor, Sec.; Sylvia Huneycutt, Shelia Talbert, Pari.; Betty Morton, Rep.; Barbara Caudle, Vice-Pres. 79 Left to right: Jean Ray, Charles Daniel, Mr. Altman, Jimmy Lowder, Frances M. Way, Terry Lorch, Buck Snuggs, Lin Little, Sara Mabry. The purpose of the Debate Club is three-fold: (1) to promote interest in creative writing, (2) to afford opportunities for public speaking, (3) to take part in competitive debate. Any student who is inter- ested in these areas is eligible for membership. During the year the members hold debates among themselves and with other schools. Debate Club President . . . Terry Lorch Secretary Treasurer . . . Frances M. Way 80 Bible Club The purpose of the Bible Club is three-fold: 1) to become acquainted with God ' s Word; 2) to wit- ness to others by word and deed; and 3) to pro- mote Christian fellowship among young people. Bible Club membership is open to any interested student of the Albemarle Senior High School. OFFICERS: sitting: Sidney Fields, Vice-Pres.; Libby Maul- din, Pres.; Shelia Talbert, Hist.; standing: Charles Mor- ton, Rep.; Jane Smith, Sec.; Elaine Efird, Treas.; Sheri Talbert, Recorder Row 1: Libby Mauldin, Sidney Fields, Jane Smith, Elaine Efird, Sheri Talbert, Shelia Talbert, Charles Morton. Row 2: Pat Snipes, Matilda Boone, Joyce Russell, Brenda Love, Karen Russell. Row 3: Nancy Morton, Janis Clark, Shelia Frick, Diane Morgan. Row 4: Sue Cooper, Carlotto Taylor, Sandra Yow, Judy Lewis, Linda Lucas, Brenda Whitley. Row 5; Lionel Rushing, Dan Blalock, Johnny Lefler, Ron- nie Hinson, Bobby Lowdn- 81 Row 1 : L. Doby, B. Morton, F. Holleman, N. Parker, A. Russell, J. Russell, Row 2: B. Love, C. Caudle, C. Come, S. Lowder, N. Morton, C. Taylor, V. Morgan, D. Dorsey, D. Wilhoit, Row 3: L. Taylor, B. Purser, S, Talbert, B. Caudle, L. Honeycutt, M. Boone, J. Ragsdale, M. Hatley, J. Morris, J. Hendley, J. Smith, S. Barnhart, Row 4: Joe Allen, D. Barbee, C. Mauldin, L. Fesperman, S. Huney- cutt, C. Sells, S. Callaway, M. Rothwell, A. Treece, V. Hatley, B. Whitley, M. Lowder Future Business Leaders of America Students who ore or hove been enrolled in business education classes ore eligible for membership in Fu- ture Business Leaders of America. The club is affili- ated with both the state and the notional organiza- tions, and its principle objective is the development of understanding concerning the business world. Laura Doby, Hist.; Joyce Russell, Rep.; Alana Russell, Sec.; Faye Holleman, Treas.; Nancy Parker, Vice-Pres. 82 Row 1: Whit Herrin, Elaine Hudson, Bobbie Eudy, Char- lotte Davis, Diane Slack, Mrs. Brown, advisor. Row 2: Eddie Furr, Paula Vanhoy, Carolyn Smith Dunn, Phyllis Bowers. Row 3: Mike Archer, Dolan Tucker, Greg Lowder, Pat Russell, Sue Culp, Jimmy Schooley. Row 4: Wayne Litaker, Pat Worley, Ruthie Dennis, Brenea Herrin, Cathy Sells. Row 5: Ronald Hathcock, Ray Burleson, Mark Tuck- er, Buddy Melton, David Swanner, David Mullis. Deca Club OFFICERS: First row: Pres., Whit Herrin, Second Vice President, Jim Morris, Reporter-Historian, Diane Slack, Treasurer, Elaine Hudson, First Vice President, Charlotte Davis The DECA Club is an organization of students enrolled in vocational dis- tributive education classes. It strives to develop on understanding of voca- tional education and create the desire to keep abreast of current develop- ments in business and industry through the use of the training facilities it offers both in school and adult life. 83 Seated: Roger Hartsell, Anita Long Morton, Carolyn Bur- son, Barbara Lowder, Sheri Talbert, Mrs, Harrison — ris, Carlotta Taylor, Betty Morton, Carolyn Eury, John Advisor, Ronnie Hinson, Jane Smith, Linda Burr, Wyne- Lefler. Standing: Karen Russell, Linda Dennis, Edith John- lee Garddner, Debbie Arey, Brenda Love. Library Club The purpose of the club is to enable students to learn more about the library and to render service to the sch ool. The students serve one period a day in the library and receive one unit of credit. Mem- bership in this club is open to those who serve as regular library assistants. President Carlotta Taylor Vice-President Carolyn Burris Secretary Betty Morton Treasurer Anita Long Morton Reporter Carolyn Eury 84 OFFICERS: J. W. Lisk, Vice- Pres.; Mark Stambough, Pres.; Annette Thomas, Sec. -Trees. ; standing: Mr. Tyson, Advisor Science Club Row 1: Mark Stambough, Mary Thompson, Marcell Hat- ley, Judy Morris, Betsy Patterson, Dian Saunders, Sue Plyler, Annette Thomas, J. W. Lisk, Row 2: Toni Fenters, Cynthia Freeman, Jane Austin, Fredia Plyler, Jan Clay- well, Linda Griffen, Jayne Harris, Kathy Gamewell, Row 3: Jimmy Morgan, Eddie Lane, Gus Holbrook, Gary Nichols, Eugene Coley, Joe McNally, Jimmy Stockton, Row 4: Tommy Alley, Tom Webb, Terry Morris, David Earnhardt, Sidney Fields, Row 5: Danny Blalock, Johnny Miller, Jack Deese, Darrell Newton, James Redwine, Lowell Cook, Row 6; Terry Leith, Billy Cotton, Andy Cotton, Charles Lefler 85 SENIOR TRI-HI-Y Row 1 : OFFICERS; Brenda Peeler, Sec., Sue Snuggs, World Ser. Chair., Pam Lowder, Pres., Emily Lewder, Vice-Pres., Sue Cooper, Chaplain, Laura Doby, Trees., Miss Holshouser, Advisor. Row 2: Diane Saunders, Sue Plyler. Row 3: Edith Johnson, Pricilla Furr, Elaine Efird, Matilda Boone, Annette Thomas, Gayle Byrd. Row 4: Kitty Purser, Deb Sweet, Nancy Butler, Wanda Honey- cutt, Linda Griffin. Row 5: Jean Hendley, Marcell Hat- ley, Poogie Austin, Diane Tysinger, Jan Claywell, Mary Thompson. Row 6: Fran Way, Judy Morris, Linda Lorch, Vicky Mesimer, Sue Callaway, Inez Furr JUNIOR TRi-HI-Y Row 1: OFFICERS: Sandy Kelley, Sarg.-at- arms, Nancy Walker, World Service, Char- lotte Gantt, Chap., Joyce Story, Pres., Al- lison Harris, Sec., Barbara Smith, Trees., Jean Ray, Vice-Pres., Miss Bishop, Advisor. Row 2: Ellen Wilson, Robbie Vick, Vicki Alexander, Melody Peck, Susan Hopkins, Barbara Peck. ?ow 3.’ Celia Mauldin, Fredia Plyler, Linda Ritchie, Cecila Shankle, Martha Garrison, Alberta Doby. Row 4. Barbara Lowder, Jan Deane, Ginny Rogers, Diane Hill SOPHOMORE-TRI-Y Row ; OFFICERS: Catherine Kelley, Pres., Louise Har- rington, Sec., Beth Eddins, World Service, Martha Beam, Vice-Pres., Linda Helms, Treas., Linda Peck, Chap., Mrs. Neagle, Advisor. Row 2; Beth Moose, Linda Long, Betsy Patterson, Linda Gail Swaringen, Faye Vanhoy. Row 3; Ellen Reeves, Debbie Weemhoff, Paulette Bal- fry, Pat Woodall, Diane Burleson, Elicia Harwood. Row 4. Penny Furr, Ann Hudgens, Cheri Brooks, Diane Clark, Carol Renger. Row 5; Susan Snuggs, Janice Huneycutt, Solly Davidson, Ann Underwood. Row 6: Gerri Watson, Sharon Sides, Michael Medling, Ann Taylor, Lynn Howard, Kathy Sue Davis, Betsy Miller. Row 7: Betty Trexler, Janice Mauldin, Anne Faulkenberry, Mary Sus- an Talbert 86 Row 1: Jimmy Bivens, David Miller, Tony Wolfe, Brown Bivens, Steve Pinkston. Row 2; Darrell Newton, Lionel Rushing, Gus Holbrook, Gary Nicholds. Row 3. ' Joe Earnhart, Mr. Gibbs, Advisor, Jerry Beaver, Danny Blalock. Row 4: Christian Koepcke, Norton Pease, Mickey Burleson, Tommy Alley. Row 5: Heath Godfrey, Rusty Vick, Eddie Lane, Butch Lowder JUNIOR Hl-Y Row 1: Dane Perry, Gerald Safrit, James Redwine. Row 2; Mr. Smith, Advisor, Rodney Medlin, Mike Waller, Jimmy Stockton. Row 3.- Danny Lisk, David Al- mond, Rodney Morgan, Steve Vander- burg, Ned Hammond, William Sherrill. Row 4: Billy Sikes, Charles Letler, Charles Daniel, Larry Garris, Sidney Fields, Lowell Cook. Row 5: Kirk Isenhower, Bill Trivette, Mike Smith, Ronnie Swanner, Billy Wil- helm, Leon Helms SOPHOMORE Hl-Y Row 1: Coach White, Advisor, Johnny Auten, Mark Mabry, Gerald Whitley, Billy Burr. Row 2; Rip Furr, Bill Hartsell, Joe Grumpier, Banks Garrison, Jack Hesley. Row 3: Jim Jordan, Mark Cain, Rodney Bullock, Thomas Fields, Keith Burris, Randy Burton. Row 4: Johnny Mil- ler, Ralph Burleson, Benton Dry, Butch Bivens 87 The purpose of the Booster ' s Club is to support the athletic functions of ASMS and to promote good sportsman- ship within the student body. The Booster ' s Club is responsible for var- ious projects throughout the school year to boost school spirit. Each year the club sponsors a football and a bas- ketball homecoming event. Any mem- ber of the student body is eligible to become a member. First row: Sherry Fretina, Tres. Sandy Kelley, Pres., Shelia Lewder, Rep. Second row: Inez Furr, Sec. Gail Byrd, Cheer leader; Chuck More- head, Vice Pres. Boosters’ " It ain ' t a Rolls-Royce, but it still gets us there! " 88 - V ' j fz Club " Hey, wait a minute! Brenda flies high as the Bull- dogs surge on to victory. 89 Booster ribbons ore sold be- fore each game. Senior OFFICERS: Brenda Peeler, Sec.; Bob Over- cash, Vice-Pres.; Vicki Alexander, Treas.; J. W. Lisk, Pres. Music is the universal language. Nothing can better enhance a program than the combination of many voices in song. The Senior Choir, composed of eleventh, twelfth grades, is one such musical organization at Albemarle Senior High School. The Choir parti- cipates in many school and civic fun- ctions, using sacred and secular music. In addition to participating in school functions, the Choir makes an annual exchange of Christmas concerts with different high schools such as Durham and Greensboro. Mary Thompson and Inez Furr accompy the choirs. Special Choir Row 1 , I to r: Barbara Peck, Melody Peck, Steve Kendrick, Tony Senter, Jerry Ford, Charlotte Gantt, Barbara Smith. Row 2: Cecilia Shankle, Ronnie Swanner, Lane Taylor, Steve Pinkston, Nancy Walker. Row 3. Joyce Story, John Auten, Joe Brooks, R. Bullock, R. Burleson, K. Bur- ris, R. Burton, Mark Cain, J. Crumpler, Benton Dry, Joe Frick, Tim Furr, P. Greer, J. Helms, Jack Hesley, J. Jordan, J. Lefler, T. Loftin, J. McBrye, J. Miller, F. Sharkey, T. Senter, M. Simpson, D. Starnes, J. Thorpe, A. Treece, Joe Vanhoy, Tommy Vanhoy, D. Waddell, Gerald Whitley, Tony Whitley, D. Wilhoit, Phil Furr, N. Almond, Martha Charles Daniel, Danny Lisk, Larry Garris, Mike Waller, Jan Deane. Row 4: Emalynn Helms, Judy Lewis, Peter Cluff, Ronald Parks, Warren Simmons, Tommy Smith, Linda Lucas, Cynthia Freeman. Beam, D. Burleson, Ellen Caudle, Diane Clark, A. Faulk- enberry, Linda Helms, Lynn Herlocker, Shirley Lowder, P. McLeaster, Beth Moose, Linda Morrow, Linda Peck, Ellen Reeves, Joy Schreyer, Cathy Sides, Carolyn Smith, Elaine Soloman, Gail Swaringen, Susan Talbert, S. Thomp- son, Ann Taylor, Ann Underwood, Fay Vanhoy, Teresa Vanhoy, D. Weemhoof, M. Wilhoit. Sophomore Chorus BOYS ' DOUBLE QUARTET — Steve Kendrick, Lane Tay- lor, Steve Pinkston, Ronald Parks, Peter Cluff, Ronnie Swanner, Danny Lisk, Mike Waller. GIRLS ENSEMBLE — Emalyn Helms, Barbara Peck, Ce- celia Shankle, Charlotte Gantt, Jan Deane, Judy Lewis. BOYS ' QUARTET — David Miller, Joe Earn- hardt, Rusty Vick, David Smith. THE COACHMEN — Staton Williams, Joe Earnhardt, Fran Way, Jerry Beaver, Bill Burney. 93 The A.S.H.S. Band is under the direction of Mr, G. T, Hauss. Band Drum Majorette Sue Snuggs and Acrobat Kitty Purser, Robert Lowder was chosen the Outstanding Band Student of 1 964, 94 First row; Pam Lowder, head. Second row: Debby Arey, Diane Saunders, Annette Thomas, Jahala Holt. Third row: Elaine Efird, Brenda Russell, Betty Holt, Gerrie Watson. Majorettes Now another season of sports is over and the quiet summer Friday nights will bring back memories of: the pep rallies and caravans with gaily decorated cars, the bonfires with mad chaos, buying and selling Booster rib- bons, shakers, and penants, watching your favorite cheerlead- er go through her motions; munching popcorn and drinking cokes; going to the Youth Center to dance and talk; and the " Lick ' em " homecoming game. But to the athlete it was putting out the day-to-day sweat waiting for a chance to prove himself; sacrificing activities for his coach and team; skull sessions to learn plays and strategy for the opposition; and finally, giving 100 percent effort for the Blue and White. Sports are either wild joy and con- tagious smiles, or shuffling feet and hidden tears. These are the sports. SPORTS Captain Franklin Reeves Football Team COACHES: Head, Jack White, Walt Smith, and Alex Gibbs. 98 the score with the extra point. Early in the third quarter Myers Pork scored again and went into the lead 21-14. Starting on their 35- yard line, Albemarle launched an offensive drive which ended with Jones running the final two yards for the score Webb booted the PAT to tie the score 21-21. Albemarle had another drive to die on the Myers Park 16-yard line as time ran out. Albemarle opened conference play against the Rebels of South Rowan but couldn ' t get in- to the winning column on this night. Both ENDS: kneeling: Phil Furr, George Burleson, Eugene Coley, standina: Johnny Burleson, John- ny Morris, James Manning, Rusty Vick. Albemarle ' s Bulldogs started slowly in their first game as they gave up 14 points to Myers Park on the opening half kickoff and a fumble. Fired up, the Bulldogs scored on a five-yard pass play from Kelly Jones to Johnny Burle- son set up by Jones on a 65-yard punt return. In the second quarter Albe- marle marched 71 yards with Jones crashing the Mustang goal-line from three yards out. Tom Webb knotted GUARDS: kneeling: Tony Hedrick, Ray Maul- CENTERS: Tom Webb, Joe Frick, Tony Wolfe, Mike Davis, din, Carl Hicks, standing: Roger Blake, Mickey Burleson, Walter Harkey, Wade Hatley. teams fought hard and held each other score- less in the first half. The Bulldogs held off the Rebels in the third stanza but fell to their offense in the fourth quarter. The Rebels scored from 47 yards out with minutes left in the game for the only score of the night. The PAT was good making the score 7-0. Lexington ' s Yellow Jackets were too much for Coach White ' s charges as they downed Al- bemarle 21-0. Led by Roger Blake, Henry Fox, Heath Godfrey, Mickey Burleson, Tom Webb, Bill Tucker, and Wade Hatley, the defensive efforts of the Bulldogs in the first quarter brought praise from local fans, but the 4-A 99 Yellow Jackets were swarming with an abun- donce of football-moving aggressiveness and hummed right across the Albemarle goal-line. On a foggy Friday night local fans saw our Bulldogs bow to the Concord Spiders by a close 7-6 margin. This was the first time Concard had been scored on in 1964 competition. A little bit of everything seemed to occur in the game, including fine runs, punts returned far good yardage, pass interceptians, fumbles, penalties, strong defensive performances by a host of players on each team and other facets of the rugged gridiron sport. BACKS: Rip Furr, Kelly Jones, Leon Helms. Kannapolis Little Wonders handed Albe- marle their third straight defeat of the current season by dropping the Bulldogs 13-7. Kan- napolis dominated the first quarter and led 7-0 gaing into the second quarter. Then the Bulldogs drove 81 yards for their only score of the night. Roger Lowder, Kelly Jones, and Cap- tain Frank Reeves took turns in running the ball with Johnny Morris and Johnny Burleson grabbing aerials alang the way. BACKS: Kneeling, Butch Bivens, Joe Vonhoy. stand- ing, Whit Morrow, Charles Daniel, Frank Reeves, Henry Fox. TACKLES: Kneeling, Roger Lowder, Charles Taylor. standing, Joe Rabon, Billy Tucker, Heath Godfrey, Darrell Harwood. 100 Captain Frank Reeves rushes for yardage. Whit Morrow scrambles to escape the grasp of defenders. End Johnny Morris gets set for a pass. Thomasville ' s visiting charges man-handled the Bulldogs 33-14 in conference action. The home field squad was out-scored 13-7 in the first two periods with Johnny Burleson snaring on aerial from Kelly Jones with three seconds remaining in the second quarter for the only score. Tom Webb ' s extra-point boot was true to close first half scoring. The Bulldogs did garner one additional touchdown in the third quarter when Jones upped the score on a 5- yard jaunt. This wasn ' t enough as Thomas- ville added three TD ' s in the second half to take a 33-14 victory. After Rockingham scored on the second play from scrimmage, Albemarle took the All-Conference back Kelly Jones pass- es for a first down. kickoff and marched 61 yards for a six-point- er, with Kelly Jones passing the final 61 yards to Whit Morrow for the score. Tom Webb tied it at 7-7 with the PAT. The Rockets scored once more before half-time making the score 13-7. In the third quarter Albemarle scored on a 65-yard drive. Rockingham closed the scoring by intercepting a pass and marching 44 yards. The final score was 20-13. Albemarle walloped Monroe 52-0 for their first win before a packed homecoming crowd with " Lick ' Em " being the homecoming theme. Kelly Jones scored five touchdowns and com- pleted a 14-yard TD pass to Captain Frank Reeves. Roger Lowder raced nine yards for a touchdown and Rip Furr carried the ball four yards for the final TD. Tom Webb and Charles Daniel each added two points on PAT conver- sions. Whit Morrow and Leon Helms got off splendid runs of 54 and 65 yards respectively. This game avenged a 46-0 loss last year at Monroe. During halftime festivities Joanne Lisk was crowned Homecoming Queen by Stu- 101 The referee gives the sign all the fans wait for. dent Organization president Charles Morton. Joanne sponsored Johnny Burleson. Statesville ' s Greyhounds out-classed the Bulldogs in a 33-14 victory in the Bulldogs ' last home game. The Greyhounds wasted no time in gaining a three touchdown lead which . u The Cheerleaders prepare for Homecoming. they never gave up. Albemarle came back in the second quarter with a TD on Kelly Jones 15-yard run. Charles Daniel made the score 19-7 with the point-after-touchdown. At inter- mission the Senior High Band performed and Bobby Lowder received the " Outstanding Band Student of 1964 " trophy. Statesville added 14 more points to their score in the second half with Albemarle being able to grab only one additional TD. The fighting Albemarle Bulldogs with a rec- ord of one win and eight losses played their last game of the season in the Asheboro High School football stadium. The Bulldogs enter- ed the game with a determined attitude to add one last victory to the win column. Albe- marle garnered the first touchdown, but the Asheboro Comets fought their way to paydirt and tied the score 7-7. Albemarle received the kickoff and moved the ball closer to the Comet goal line but was held short when an Ashe- boro defender intercepted a pass by Kelly Jones and raced to paydirt. This ended the scoring for the first half with Asheboro 14 and Albemarle 7. In the second half the Comets displayed a fine offensive attack in scoring 4 touchdowns as compared to one by Albemarle. The Bulldogs second score came on a long run by Kelly Jones. The final score was 42-14 in favor of Asheboro. 102 Billy Tucker shows that he ' s a good sport! Row 1: David Smith, Mark Cain, David Miller, Bob Over- Coley, Johnny Burleson, Johnny Morris, David Boyer, J. cash, Leon Helms. Row 2: Tom Webb, Tommy Smith, W. Lisk. Bob Townsend, Kelly Jones, Joe Rabon. Row 3: Eugene Boys’ Basketball Coach Ken Frazier. Coach Ken Frazier ' s cagers had a difficult time trying to outdo the 1963-1964 squad. This outstanding team won 20 games while only dropping 2 which included the South Pied- mont Conference Championship and the North-South Piedmont Tournament Champ- ionship. However, with four of the top seven returning Coach Frazier expected the Bulldogs to make a good showing of themselves in 1 964- 1965 action. Among those returning was Kelly Jones, who made All-Conference and All- Tournament last season. Kelly and several other boys showed much promise in eager competition. )03 Captain Kelly Jones SENIOR PLAYERS; J. W. Lisk, David Boyer, Johnny Burleson, Kelly Jones, Johnny Morris, David Miller, and Eugene Coley. Prior to conference ploy, the Bulldogs played six non-con- ference battles for the purpose of experimenting with the boys. The Bulldogs came out on the up end of each contest, start- ing with a 54-27 decision over East Rowan on our home court. Mr. Frazier ' s cagers kept up the pace with five more con- secutive victories. 104 Kelly Jones scores again. J. W. Lisk and Tommy Smith during pre- game warmup. J. W. Lisk leaps for a shot. Tommy lays it in for two points. Johnny Burleson charges through. 105 L. to R.: First Row — Gwen Sasser, Nancy Almond, Beth Linda Hatley, Doris Barbee, Vicki Mesimer, Brookie Ann Eddins, Linda Lucas, Michael Medling, Dianne Hill, Smith, Sue Cooper. Nancy Walker. Second Row — Lynn Colder, Peggy Dick, Girls’ Basketball ALBEMARLE BULLDOGETTES The 1964-65 Bulldogettes, under the direction of Coach Billy Tyson, began their season working hard toward skill and sportsmanship. The 1963-64 team compiled one of the best records in Albemarle Sen- ior High School history with Norma Binns and Sammy Talbert being selected on the all-conference team and Sammy Talbert, Norma Binns, Sharron Holt, Ellen Hinson being chosen all-tournament. Led by four returning lettermen, Brookie Smith, Lynn Colder, Linda Hatley, and Vickie Mesimer, this year ' s team had a high goal to shoot for. These four seniors were starters along with junior, Linda Lucas, and sophomore, Michal Medlin. Other sen- iors on the team were Peggy Dick, Doris Barbee, Sue Cooper, and Gwen Sasser. Mr. Bill Tyson, coach. 106 Managers Janie Ragsdale, Joanne Lisk and Annette Thomas are busy girls! SENIOR PLAYERS: Gwen Sasser, Lynn Colder, Peggy Dick, Linda Hatley, Doris Barbee, Vicki Mesimer, Brookie Smith, Sue Cooper. 107 Michael Medling and Beth Ann Eddins wait for rebound on a foul shot. 108 L. to R.: Firsa Row — Joe Vanhoy, Wayne Harkey, Keith Wolfe, Benny Bowers, Rip Furr, Joe Brooks, Wade Hat- ley, Ronald Blalock. Second Row — Steve Brown, Butch Bi- vens, Jimmy Bivens, Chris Koepcke, Gary Long, David Ritchie, Tony Wolfe, Joe Frick, Roger Crisco, Alex Gibbs, coach. Wrestling Mr. Alex Gibbs, coach. Gary Long and Wayne Harkey in action! Baseball 1964 Coach Jack White 1 10 Jimmy Morgan, Charles Daniel, Bill Trivette, Johnny Morris, Jim Sharkey, David Smith, Eddie Lane, William Sherrill. 1964 Tennis Both the boys ' and the girls ' tennis teams are coached by Bill Tyson. Vicky Morgan, Grey Gamewell, Sue Cooper, Kathy Gamewell, Norma Binns, Cynthia Freeman, Sharron Holt, Wanda Honeycutt, Gwen Sasser. 1964 Track Team Coach Ken Frazier Coach Ken Frazier anticipated a good 1965 track season losing only two boys via graudation. The 1964 squad represented ASMS in fine style by grabbing 4th place in the South Piedmont Con- ference track meet and 6th position in the Bi- Conference track meet a week later. With many fine athletes being shaved out of contention and competition becoming keener, Coach Frazier managed to advance ten boys to the Western North Carolina High School Athletic Association Track Meet. Our thin-clads placed 10th in a field of 32 schools represented with the mile relay team composed of George Burleson, Whit Morrow, Terry Morgan, and J. W. Lisk crossing the tape in the second position and Eugene Coley clocked second in the 880 yard run. Broadjumper Doug Stokes and the 880 yard relay team also managed to reach the WNCHSAA finals. I 12 Coach Alec Gibbs Golf Team 1964 Gary Nicholds, Holland Stowe, Leon Burleson, Tom Webb, Joe McManus, David Miller 113 Left to Right: Linda Peck, Barbara Smith, Cynthia Freeman, Frances M. Way, Gayle Byrd, Brenda Peeler, Louise Harrington, Barbara Peck. Cheerleaders 1 14 Chief Gayle Byrd The Monogram Club symbolizes ability, leadership, and good sportsman- ship. Membership in this club consists of boys who have participated in foot- ball, basketball, tennis, golf, wrestling, track and or baseball; and girls, in basketball, tennis, and or cheerleading. Participants are awarded their letters not only based on the amount of time, but also on their dedication toward the sport. Its purpose is to promote sportsmanship and to knit its members into a closer union of comradship. Monogram Club First Row: Russell Sims, Annette Thomas, Lynn Colder, Gary Nichols, Dane Perry, Brenda Peeler. Second Row: Wade Hatley, Wayne Harkey, Frances M. Way, Vicky Mesimer, Gayle Byrd, Linda Hatley, Carl Hicks, Brookie Smith. Third Row: Greg Lowder, J. W. Lisk, Danny Bla- lock, Tony Wolfe, Franklin Reeves, Whit Morrow, Leon Helms, Roger Blake. Fourth row: Eugene Coley, Danny Lisk, Johnny Burleson, Henry Fox, Jimmy Bivens, Charles Daniel, Eddie Lane, James Manning. Fifth row: David Mil- ler, Mike Davis, David Swanner, John Lanier, Joe Mc- Manus, Bobby Overcash, Darrell Harwood. Sixth row: Jerry Beaver, Bill Trivette, Stephen Pinkston, Darrell New- ton, Holland Stowe, Curtis Pierce, Tom Webb, Mickey Burleson, Roger Lowder, Joe Rabon, Johnny Morris, Tom- my Smith, Gary Long, Joe Earnhardt, David Smith, Kelly Jones, Heath Godfrey. t 15 The excitement and pride of Senior Superlatives. The glitter and glamour of that night of nights, the Junior- Senior Prom. Rewards for scholarship and service. Choosing the prettiest Senior girls as beauty queens. The anticipatiton of Homecoming with parades and bonfires. Honors and activtites which strengthen our ties to ASHS. The unforgettable moments which add so much to our year. These are the features. FEATURES Carrousel Princess JICi ' ss SAerry Jreiina Football Homecoming Queen mtiss Joanne 119 Miss Merry Christmas JlCiss T)iane JKorion 120 Basketball Homecoming Queen 121 122 Homecoming Sponsors 123 Ginny Rogers, Brenda Peeler, Joanne Lisk, chief, Sally Efird, Charles Morton, Jimmy Lowder, Dane Perry, and Bobby Overcash. Marshals Charles and Sally attend to marshaling duties. Mascots Cynthia Johnson and Jackie White, 124 Eugene Coley Boys’ State Delegate DAR Good Citizens and Civitan Delegate Lynn Colder, Robbie Bost, and Terry Lorch 125 Senior MOST POPULAR: Brenda Peeler and Joe Earnhardt BEST-ALL-AROUND: Johnny Burleson and Joanne Lisk MOST TALENTED: Jerry Beaver and Frances M. Way 126 MOST ATHLETIC: Brookie Smith and Kelly Jones Superlatives MOST TALKATIVE: Kitty Purser and Jerry Ford I 27 WITTIEST: Libby Maudlin and Joe McManus FRIENDLIEST: Shelia Hall and Wayne Harkey MOST INFLUENTIAL: Charles Morton and Lynn Colder CUTEST: David Miller and Pam Lowder MOST DEPENDABLE: Eddie Lane and Nancy Butler 128 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Sally Efird and Eugene Coley )29 130 from the editor The 1965 CROSSROADS is more than a collection of individual, club, and team pictures; it is an attempt to capture the spirit of Albemarle Senior High as it is reflected in its parts. Our theme, the whole is equal to the sum of its parts, seems to fit in perfectly with our purpose, be- cause each phase of our school life contributes to that undefinable spirit. If the ' 65 CROSSROADS causes the reader to pause and relive a moment or an emotion or an experience, it has served its purpose well. Many hours of hard work have gone into this book. The staff mem- bers have worked long and diligently to produce the CROSSROADS, and each of them has my sincere thanks for his contribution. There are some people who deserve special recognition: Terry Lorch who served as both business manager and chief photogapher Miss Carolyn Bishop, our advisor, for her patience and under- standing Mary Thompson and Eddie Lane, assistant editor and assistant business manager, for their willingness to work Mr. Bill Renfro, Delmar photographer Mr. Frank Fleming, Delmar consultant Debbie Sweet, my right-hand man and jack-of-all trades ,7 131 An expression of the businessmen of Albemarle ' s interest in our school. way to encourage our patronage. 5 varied in subject as their num- ber but with a common pur- pose; to help make the 1965 CROSSROADS a reality. ADVERTISEMENTS YOUNG MEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION North First Street Wiscassett Memorial Young Men ' s Christian Association, Albemarle, N. 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