Appalachian High School - Laurel Yearbook (Boone, NC)

 - Class of 1953

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DEDICATION To Mr. Blanton, in sincere appreciation for making our band one of the best and for all you've done for us and A.H.S., we, the Senior Class of 1953, respectfully dedicate this volume of the “Laurel.” You’re a great guy, “Butch.” g guy “Laurel” Anna Boyce Winkler Junior Editor Pat Aldridge Supervising Editor Jane Rivers Editor Miss Ruby Akers Sponsor Staff Mary Frank Gragg Junior Editor Jime Graham Patsy McGuire Senior Editor Editor Nortls petty 2Y " egitor enapsno’® 2 Mr. Harold W. 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S., Indiana State M. S., Indiana State Dr. of Ed,, Indiana State Dr. J. R. Shaffer, Assistant Principal B. S., Mississippi State Me. S., Columbia University Dr. of Ed., Indiana State MISS RUBY AKERS B.A., New Albany, Miss. Mary Hardin Baylor College English MR. ROY R. BLANTON Bo, forest City, N.C. Pega Gis Band MISS MABEL BRISTER B.A., Natchez, Miss. Miss. Women's College Miss. State Tulane University Tae Wg ea Se Library Science MR. PETER EVERETTE B.S., M.A., Croydon, Penn. University of lowa Physical Education MR. HAROLD W. GENTRY B.S., M.A., Mt. City, Tenn. Asse Gs Chemistry, Geography, Civics MISS ELIZABETH GUY B.S., M.A., Banner Elk, N. C. I hched PGi Physical Education MR. ALVIN HOOKS B.S., Rocky Mount, N. C. Aoad G's Assistantship - Physical Education MISS PEGGY BLANTON B.S., Cliffside, North Carolina AS alee Business Education MRS. ESTHER BOONE Piano MISS HELEN COLE Bivoe 7 POresh Gils wINe. Ge Aisa dsCe Assistantship - Music MR, STEVE GABRIEL Bios, LFONeOtaHOMe IN extas Ano nl; Ge Assistantship - Mathematics MRS. MARGARET GRAGG B.S., M.A., Boone, N.C. AxSs12Cs English MRS. MARY HAMBY B.S., Boone, N. C. Flora MacDonald College Eighth Grade MRS. BETTY SUE LANCASTER A.B., M.A., Fuquay Springs, N. C. W.C.U.N.C., University of N.C. Languages MR. ROBERT W. LANCASTER Boe Me At castaliay ct eaGs Mars Hill, Wake Forest, A.S.T.C. University of N.C. Biology and Psychology MR. LEROY ROGERS B.S., M.A. , Jackson, Miss. Copiah Lincoln Junior College Miss. Southern Louisiana State University History MR. W. MERRILL SNYDER B.S., Clarion, Penn. State Teachers College, Clarion, Penn. Mathematics MRE CaaTRIPR, Bio. Aa, boone IN. Ce Heidelberg College Ohio State University Eighth Grade MRS. J. C. GREENE MR. EARL PETREY B.S: MAC e Boone SIN. C- Eastern Kentucky State Union College Seventh Grade MR. WILLIAM C. ROSS, JR. B.S., M.S., Morganton, N.C. ASS als, Dramatics and Speech MR. R. L. TAIT B.S. MS.) Boones INe.Ge Alabama Polytechnic Institute Ae Orleans Agriculture MR. GEORGE HEMRICK B.S., Winston Salem, N.C. AGS. Assistantship - Social Studies MRS, LEROY ROGERS Secretary Secretary NOT PICTURED MR, JAMES BOWLES MRS. R. L. TAIT B.S2, Azo ole. Piano , Assistantship - English MRS. KATHLEEN DOUGHERTY MR. SAM DRY B.S., M.S., Section Ala. A.B., Lenoir Rhyne Alabama Polytechnic Institute Assistantship - Business Home Economics MISS MELICENT HONEYCUTT MR. BLOIS GRISSOM B.S., Flora MacDonald College Bios Boone Nia. Assistantship - Social Studies Aviso Ce Assistantship - Physical Education KRG soaceecntenc S. © S00 Cx o, S OSLO SSO Ne acorsseesncenres SSCSOKS S505 905 XS PRS o, QRQOX S, S S260 BSS x Se OxXVPOO OX D ORO S60 S. SS oe xX ‘ 2 o, erence eS RRL SKYY SRKY © oxen ORONO I 20S EO NO, 00, CX CPO OKC ROR OO S YQ LON ORY o OO ONS SONOS SERS SR MY » e S " e, O OK 4 eer erene m9, OXY BERK Senior Class Officers Armfield Coffey 0s ves s Vestas ce viteeete seen crit meni DrCstOen! Bob: Ray consistence cts aise be oa Deeatak cls See eR ee ee EPEC cen: Martha: Colvard7...1,.satsv.oe tices eleis crercatete setstnere taninietae tere st CCLOTORY, Dick Lavendar S. sss sui srolocsrate srelsiaisis ss easier ool ine oie ote) wal COSUTION Guy Unt tear ce os ieee cr eteilere y sleaeein a tortion a ete ReC Onl ek Sponsors: Mr. Blanton, Mr. Snyder IGG3 Keuneen PATRICIA ALDRIDGE " Pat " " As welcome as sunshine in every place Is the becoming approach of a good- natured face. " Glee Club 1, 2; Annual Staff 1,2,3,4; Paper Staff 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1,2; Assembly Club 3,4, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Junior Marshal 3; Senior Superlative 4. COLLIS AUSTIN " June " " | can resist everything but temptation. " Hobby Club 1, Pres 1; F.F.A. Club 1,2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 2, 4, Pres. 4; Wildlife Club 3. EGAN BROOKSHIRE " Jo " " Just one look at her coal black hair Is enough to tell anyone that Jo is some- thing rare. " Baton Club 1,2; Majorette 1,2,3, Head Majorette 4; Reading Club 1,2; Glee Club 2,3,4; Band 3,4; Chorus 4; Journalism Club 3; Homecoming Queen 3; Junior Marshal 3; Visual Aids Club 4. JOY BROWN " Joey " " Where ignorance is bliss, 'tis Folly to be wise. " Glee Club 2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 4; Dra- matics Club 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Home - coming Play 3; Contest Play 3; Annual Staff 4; Journalism Club 1; Piano 1,2,3. KERMIT ASHLEY " Bush " " A steady boy with a goal in view, Willing to work and see it through. " Student Council 3,4, Pres. 4; Men's " A " Club 4, Reporter 4; Journalism Club 4, " Hi-Life " Sports Editor 4; Hobby Club 2, Pres. 2; Boys' Glee Club 3; Annual Staff 3; Magicians'Club 3, Pres. 3; Football 4; Wrestling 3,4; Baseball 4; National Honor Society 3,4. YVONNE BODENHEIMER " A beautiful blond from Bashful Bend. " Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1, 2,3; Visual Aids Club 4; Chorus 4; Piano 12340 JIM BROWN " He puts his problems away for a brainy day. " Football 2,3,4; Ali-Conference Football 3; Homeroom Pres. 3; F.F.A. Club 3,4, Officer 3, 4; Stamp Club 1, Officer 1; 4-H Club 1,2, Officer 2; Men's " A " Club 2,3,4, Officer 4; Sports Parade 3. CS es CLARA CARLTON " Her charming ways, her friendly smile, Makes her friendship well worthwhile . National Honor Society 4; Student Store Club 1,2,3,4; Business Students' Club 3, 4; Journalism Club 4; Library Assistants Club 1; Monitor 3; Girls 4-H Club 3; Travel Club 2; Club Officer 2,3,4. CONNIE CASEY " The only way to have a friend is to be one. " Girl Scouts 1; 4-H Club 3; Homeroom Officer 3; Girls! Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Chorus 4; Dramatics Club 1, 2, 4; College Band 4; College Orchestra 3,4; National Hon- or Society 4. JIMMY CLINE " J.C. " " If joy and duty clash, let duty go to smash. " Junior Varsity 1; Boys' Glee Club 1,2,3; Magicians' Club 2; Craftman and De- signer Club 3, Pres. 3; Dramatics Club 1; Annual Staff 4; Quiet Social Games Club 4. MARTHA COLVARD " An efficient, demure maiden have we, Smart, bright, and sweet is she. " Class Secretary 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Student Store 1, 2; Officer 2; Library Assistants' Club 1,2,3, Officer 2; Busi- ness Students’ Club 4. LUCILLE COX " Tootie " " From the top of her head to the tip of her toes, she's all mirth. " Glee Club 1; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Library Assistants' Club 3; Home Economics Club 4; Dramatics Club 2; " B " Team Basket- ball 2,3; Club Officer 4. MARY CLAWSON " Meg " " Sugar 'n spice 'n everything nice. " Girls' 4-H Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3; Photography Club 2,4; Social Games 3, Secretary 3; Business Students' Club 4, Secretary 4. “ARMFIELD COFFEY “Leg-Orchard " " Let the man that does not wish to be idle fall in love. " Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2; Men's " A " Club1,2,3,4, Officer 4, Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 4; Class Pres. 1,2,3, 4; Homeroom Pres. 1,2; Boy Scouts 1; Student Council 4; Band 1,2,3,4, Vice- Pres. 4; Visual Aids Club 1; Junior Var- sity 1,2. JEANETTE COOKE " As versatile as a safety pin. " Basketball 2,3,4; Girls’ " A " Club 4; Homeroom Officer 3; Business Students' Club 3,4; Student Store 1,2; Paper Staff 4; Journalism Club 3,4; Travel Club 1; Library Assistants’ Club 1; Student-Fa- culty Committee 4. POLLY ANN COX " Poolie Ann " " Gay, witty and full of fun, This Washington gal's a mighty cute one. " Transfer from -Eastern High School, Wash- ington, D. C. Dramatics Club 4. é NINA MAE CULLER " Mutt " " She shines without desiring to be seen 4-H Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y Club 1,2,3, Re- porter 3; Photography Club 2; Social Games Club 3, Vice-Pres. 3; Girl Scouts 1; Business Students' Club 4. BETTY JEAN EDMISTEN " Pet " " Rather be small and cast a light than be large and cast a shadow. " Art Club 1, Officer 1; Globetrotters’ Club 2,3; BatonClub 1,2; Photography Club 3, 4; Majorette 3,4; Homeroom Officer 1. ELIZABETH EGGERS " Beth " " Smart, capable, and always kind, In fact, she just can't be defined. " Chorus 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1, 2,3, 4; Vice-President 4; Accompanist Boys' Glee Club 2,3,4; Band 3,4; Band Council 4; Homeroom Reporter 3; Class Officer 3; Student Council 4; Reporter 4; National Honor Society 3,4, Officer 3,4; Home- coming Play 2,3,4; Vocal Soloist in Con- JIME GRAHAM " Versatility, independedte, love of a good time, and complete naturalist. May she ever be the same. " Homecoming Play 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 3,4; Cheerleader 1,2; Band 3,4; Band Council 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Student-Faculty Committee 3, 4; Homeroom Officer 2, 3; Globetrotters’ Club 2, Officer 2. i ROBERT DOTSON " Bob " " A good time is worth what you pay for hia? Art Club 1; Stamp Club 1; Library Assis- tants' Club 2; Hobby Club 2, Secretary 2; Guns and Marksmanship 3; Assembly Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. Annual Staff 4; Varsity Basketball 3,4; National Honor Society 4. ee MARY LEE EDMISTEN " Egghead " " Quick of mind and quick of feet A charming smile and always neat. " Student-Faculty Committee 3,4; Basket- ball 1,2,3,4; All-Tournament 3; Glee Club 3,4; Journalism Club 1,2,3,4; Pa- per Staff 2,3,4, Exchange Editor 3, Edi - tor 4; Wildlife Club 1; Homeroom Officer 1,2,3; Monitor 2,3; Photography Club 1; Globetrotters' Club 2; Library Assistants’ Club 1; Girls' " A " Club 4, Officer 4; Officer Assistant 4; Co-Captain Girls' Varsity, 4; Secretary-Treasurer Monitors, 4. SAVILLA GOLDS " Goldie " " She likes whatever she looks on and her looks go far. " Transfer student, Assembly Club 4; Assem- bly Club Secretary 4; Library Committee ALBERT GREENE " To be or not to be, that is the ques- tion. " Visual Aids 3,4; Wildlife Club 3; Hobby Club 2; Art Club 1; Library Assistants’ Club 1; Study Club 2,4; National Honor Society 4. ARVIL GREENE " Men of few words are the best men. " Library Assistants' Club 1, 2; Wildlife Club 3,4; Magicians' Club 2, Reporter 2; Visual Aids Club 3,4, Officer 3; Hob- by Club 1, Reporter 1. FAYE GREENE " | have never had a policy. | simply tried to dowhat seemed best each day, as each day came. " : Baton Club 1; Student Store 1,2,3,4, Officer; Science 3; Magicians' Club 2, 3, Officer; Study Club 1,4; Folk Danc- ing Club 4. MARY NELL GREER " Quiet, reserved and capable too A real friend, kind and true. " F.H.A. Club 1,2; Art Club 1; Tri-Hi-Y Club 3, President 3; Social Games Club 3; Library Assistants‘ Club 2; Monitor 4, v EVELYN HAYES " Ebb " " She studies hard and keeps her friends, She is the type that always wins. " Library Assistants' Club 1,2; Monitor 3, 4; Student Store 1,2,4; Officer 1,2,4; Paper Staff 3,4; Activities Committee 3H 4; " B " Team Basketball 3; 4-H Club 1; Girls' A " Cl J. E. GREENE " As aman thinketh, sohe is. " F.F.A.Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Guns Marksmanship 1,2,3; Fix-it Club 4, P 4; Homeroom President 4; Junior N shal 3; Senior Superlative 4. | | | ee GREENE " I've always thought it best to ren silent and appear a fool than to sp up and remove all doubt. " | F.F.A. Club 1,2,3,4; Guns and Ma manship Club 1,2; Fix-it Club 4. ie HELEN HARDIN " Bull " " Just like a bull in a china shop. " Journalism Club 1,4; 4-H 1,3,4, Offi 3,4; Travel Club 2; Dramatics Clul Glee Club 3; Social Games Club Homeroom Secretary 1; Girls! " B " Te 3; Student Store 3; Lunchroom Cashier: World Peace Speaking Contest 3,4. ALA HODGES " Shorty " " Music is said to be the speech angels. " Chorus 2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 1,2,¢ Homeroom Officer 1,2,3,4; 4-H Cluk Reporter 3; Girl Scouts 1, 2, Repor Annual Staff 4; Orchestra 3,4; Natic Honor Society 3,4; Girls' " A " Club 4 HUNT “ BILL HUNTER yecasionally stumble over the truth, " Charming and radiant as sunny Florida | pick myself up as if nothing had itself. " Transfer Student from DeLand High School , Florida. pened. " 1,2,3,4; All-State Band 1,2,3,4; ail 2,4; Baseball 2,4; Men's " A " 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Chorus Student Council 1, 2,3, Manager nt Store 2; Homeroom Officer 4; il Staff 1,2,3,4; Paper Staff 1,2,3, mecoming Play 1,2,3; State Music st 3,4; Band Student Director 4. fe Y IDOL " Deep Gap Flash " Ion, ol’ world and | won't budge inch. " Club 1,2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Of- 4; Library Assistants' Club 4; Read- lub 1,2, Officer; Men's " A " Club Wildlife Club 2,3, Reporter; Base- lub 1; Baseball 2,3,4; Football 3, dent Store Assistant Manager 2. PHILLIS JOHNSON " Fine goods always come in small packages. " Library Assistants' Club 1,2,3, Officer 2; Dramatics Club 1,3; Tri-Hi-Y Club 2; Homeroom Officer 2; Study Club 4; As- sembly Club 4; Piano 1,2. . MILDRED JONES " Honey " " A smile and glad word for everyone-- that's our Mildred. " Hobby Club 1; BatonClub 1,2; Girl Scouts 3, Officer 3; 4-H Club 3; Assembly Club 3,4; Monitor 3; First Aid Attendant 1; An- nual Staff 4; Student-Faculty Committee 4, JONES ere's a good time comin’ boys, a d time a comin'. " all 1,3,4; Men's " A " Club 2,3,4; 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 4; Dramatics 3; Visual Aids Club 1,2; Baseball ger l. PEGGY KLUTZ " Peg " " Oh life, how | do love thee! " Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Officer; Wildlife Club 1, Officer 1; Sports Parade Club 2, Officer 2; Dramatics Club 3,4, Officer 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer, Homeroom Officer 1; Monitor 1; Chorus 2. -KEPLAR " Keplar " ever saw so much energy stored up uch a short person. " er from Cove Creek; Homeroom er 4; Annual Staff 4; Glee Club 4, ger Girls' Varsity Basketball Team, eS ft se pet a 2 | rtud | ‘ ae Wie | “s ee pt iveaiacle te : as ren Arve, evfeyek =| 2 wel. “Gdesce = LAVENDAR " Goose " " Women are meant to be loved...not understood. " Glee Club 2,3,4, Officer 4; Assembly Club 2,3; Hobby Club 1; Basketball 3,4; Homeroom Officer 1,2; Student Council 3,4; Art Club 1; Men's " A " Club 4; An- nual Staff 3; National Honor Society 3, 4, President. MARY JON LANNING " Jonnie " " Forshe is one of the quiet kind whose nature never varies. " Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 1,2, 3; Music AppreciationClub 4; Homeroom Officer 1,2; Chorus 3,4; Travel Club 1; Library Club 1; Piano 1,2,3. By DONALD LYONS " Duck " " A lover I'd be throughout the world; a scholar, athlete and a ladies man. " Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Men's " A " Club 2,3,4, Officer 3; Chorus 1,2,3,4, President 4; Homeroom President 2,3,4; F.F.A. Club 4; 4-H Club 1. SHIRLEY LINGERFELT " Tennessee " " Eyes so blue, skin so fair; none with Shirley can compare. " Transfer from McMinn County High School; Glee Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Chorus 4. VY LiLue LYONS " Lillie Dean " " Gaiety is the soul's health, sadness its prison. " Glee Club 3,4; Journalism 3,4; Paper Staff 3,4; Globetrotters' Club 1; Travel Club 1; Photography Club 1; Assistant Monitor 2; " B " Team Basketball 2,3. PATSY McGUIRE " McGuire " " She's pretty to walk with, witty to talk with and pleasant think on. " Student Council 1,2,3,4, Officer 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4, Officer 4; High Life Staff 2,3, Co-Editor 3; Annual Staff 3,4, Editor 4; Glee Club 1,2; As- sembly Club 3; Debating 3, State Debat- ing Finals 3; Homecoming Play 2,3,4; Student-Faculty Committee 2,4; Chair- | man Handbook Committee 3,4; " B " Team! Basketball 1,2; Senior Superlative 4; Class Vice-President 1,2. . | i | JAMES McKINNEY " Mousy " " Steam that blows a whistle won't ever turn a wheel. " Transfer from Crossnore; F.F.A. Club 3, 4; Magicians! Club 3; Fix-it Club 4; Mon- itor 4, DON MILLER " Rooster " " The biggest of dogs has been a pup. " F.F.A. Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 3; Visual Aids Club 1,2; Wildlife Club 1,2; Wood- working Club 3, Officer 3; Fix-it Club 4; Bus Driver 3; Baseball Club 1; Guns and Marksmanship Club 1. Deceast PAULINE MILLER " Polly " " Speech is silver, but silence is golden. " Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 4; 4-H Club 1; Music Appreciation Club 3; Monitor 4. SARA MILLER " Peanut " " Sweet, gentle, impetuous...all who know her love her. " Transfer from Konnarock; Glee Club 2,3, 4; Band 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 2; Wood- wind Ensemble 3, Officer 3; Class Officer 3; Mixed Chorus 3, Officer 3; " B " Team Basketball 3. SYLVIA MORETZ " Smith " " Get your heart into your work whatever it may be, for work without heart is dead. " Transfer from Konnarock; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Dra- matics Club 4; Girls' Glee Club 4; Chorus 4. HARBIN MORETZ " Hogin " " Men of modesty often have great merit. " Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 3,4; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 3; Men's WA " Glub 2,3,4; F.F A. Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 3,4; F.F.A. Trackand Field Team 1,2,3,4; Visual Aids 1,2. Dceaad BETTY SUE NORRIS " Conscientious, serious minded, loves fun...A genuine friend all in one. " Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 4; Chorus 2, 3,4, Officer 4; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Band 3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Officer 2; Homeroom Officer 1,2; Music Apprecia- tion Club 1; Officer Assistant 3; Home- coming Play 3,4; Contest Play 2,3; Stu- dent-Faculty Committee 4. GENEVA NORRIS " Walk toward the sunshine and the sha- dows always fall behind you. " A-H Club 1,2; Music Appreciation Club 3; Home Economics Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 4; Assembly Club 3,4. NANCY JANE NORRIS " Jim " " A good organizer who can get things done. " F.H.A. Club 1; 4-H Club 1,2,3, Officer 3; Girl Scouts 2, Officer 2; Assembly Club 3,4; Monitor3,4; Annual Staff 4; Student- Faculty Committee 4. JOHN NORRIS " | like fascinates me...l can sit and watch someone work for hours. " Men's " A " Club 3,4; Gymnastics Club 3, 4; Magicians! Club 2; Visual Aids Club 2; Football 3,4; Basketball tourney 3,4; Foot- ball 3,4. CLARA PARLEIR " A loving heart is the truest wisdom. " Tri-Hi-Y Club 3; Travel Club 2; Book Lovers' Club 1. Leceaad BOB RAY " Cob Lulu " " Steady? Gibraltar has nothing on him. " Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Homeroom Officer 1,2; Men's " A " Club 1,2,3,4; Officer 2,4; Glee Club 1,2,3, 4; Class Officer 1,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 2,4. SHIRLEY SHERRILL " Squirt " " | love to think...isn't it a shame |'m not equipped to. " Transfer from Mountain View High School; Glee Club. 3,4; Chorus 4; 4-H Club 3; Dramatics Club 4; " B " Team Basketball 3; Piano 3. BILL TALBERT " Willie " " Save your confederate money boys, the South will rise again! " Transfer from Central High, Charlotte; Football 3,4; Globetrotters' Club 3, Pres. 3; Visual Aids Club 4; Guns and Marks- manship Club 4; " B " Team Basketball 3; Baseball 4; Wrestling 4; Civil Air Patrol Club 3. JAMES PHILLIPS " Pup " " What can | do for you, ol’ world? " F.F.A.Club 1,2,3,4; RadioClub 2; Fix- it Club 4. J JANE RIVERS " Cindy " " Live while you live!!! " National Honor Society 3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Paper Staff 1,2,3, Co-Editor 2,3; Glee Club 1,2, Officer 2; Chief Junior Marshal 3; Class Officer 2; Homeroom | Officer 1,4; Annual Staff 2,3,4, Editor! 4; Graduation Committee 4; Miss Appala- chian 4; " B " Team Basketball 1; Home- coming Play 3,4. CORINNA SHULL | " A dependable worker whose loyalty | and determination will carry her far. " | Glee Club 4; Studenr Store 1,2; Assistant | Librarians! Club 1, 2, Officer; Photo- | graphy Club 2, Officer 2; Globetrotters! | Club 3, Officer 3; Basketball 3,4; Home- coming Play 2; Annual Staff 4; Homeroom) Officer 3; Girls! " A " Club 3, Officer 3. | ANNA MAE TAYLOR " Shorty " " This world's a dog, ain't it? " Library Assistants' Club 3; Study Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3; Photography Club 4. a CHARLES TAYLOR " Quarterback " " Why take life so seriously? You'll never get out of it alive. " Football 1,2,3,4; Co-Captain 4; Basket- pall 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3, 4; Band 1,2,3,4, Officer 4; Men's " A " Club 2,3,4, President 4; Glee Club 4, Officer 4; Sports Parade Club 2, President 2; Base- pall Club 1; Hobby Club 1; Student Store 1; Homeroom Officer 2; Gymnastics Club 3; Visual Aids Club 2. Desir PEGGY JOYCE TEAGUE " She will find a path or make one. " Band 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Drama- tics Club 1,2; Monitor 1,2; Student Coun- cil 3, 4; Chorus 4; Piano Contest 1, 2; Woodwind Ensemble 3, Girls' " A " Club 4. “ JAMES VANNOY " Quiet in appearance with motives un- known. " F.F.A. Club 2,3,4; Visual Aids Club 2, 3,4; Wildlife Club 4. Y NINA RUTH WATSON " Cricket " " Her red hair, her winning smile Will carry. her on for many a mile. " Dramatics Club 1; Business Students’ Club 2,3; Photography Club 3; Home Economics Club 4, Officer 4; Folk-Dancing Club 4; 4S 4-H Club 1; Basketball Intramurals 2 a CLARA TEAGUE " Bo " " To be a liar, memory is necessary. " Student Council 1; Student-Faculty Com- mittee 1,4; Glee Club 1,2; Girl Scouts 1; Paper Staff 1,2,3; Homeroom Officer 2; Monitor 3; Basketball 4; Dramatics Club 4; Audio Visual Aids Secretary 4; Office Assistant 3,4. TED TOWNSEND " The good die young so why worry. " F.F.A. Club 1,4; Hobby Club 2; Visual Aids Club 3; Library Assistants! Club 1; Wildlife Club 4; Magicians' Club 3. MARGARET WATSON " A laugh is worth a thousand groans on any market. " Baton Club 1; Science Club 2; Magicians' Club 2, 3; Photography Club 4; Business Students! Club 4; Basketball Intramural 3. JOAN WELLBORN " Jo " " So quiet, but so charming. " Girl Scouts Club 1; Handicraft Club 1; Travel Club2, Officer 2; Photography Club 2,3, Officer; Junior Librarians' Club 1,3, Officer; GleeClub 4; Annual Staff Secre- tary 4; Basketball " B " Team 3; Library Committee 3; Chorus 4; Homeroom Officer 1,2,3; Girls’ " A " Club 4. Loess WELLBORN " Mackie-doo " " For nature has made him what he is.. we know not what will change him. " Annual Staff 4; Student Store 1; Homeroom Officer 1; Footba ll 2, 3; Sports Parade Club 2; Glee Club 3; Social Games Club 4. Dramatics Club 3; Visual Aids Club 1; Chorus 4; Magicians' Club 2; Craftsman and Designers' Club 3, Officer 3; " B " Team Basketball 1. aoe WINEBARGER " Jo " " When you know her you'll love her like the rest. " Baton Club 1,2; Photography Club 4; Maj- orette 4; Business Students' Club 4; Bas- ketball Intramurals 4. NANCY WINKLER " Love is a great thing after all. " Dramatics Club 1,2; Photography Club 2; Science Club 3, Officer 3; Wildlife Club 3, Officer 3; Home Economics Club 4; Officer 4; 4-H Club 1; Business Students' Club 4. Diectaad HAROLD REGAN Post Graduate BARBARA WINEBARGER | " IF havin! fun's livin', then we're sure livin')! " Home Economics Club 2,3,4, Officer 2, 3,4; 4-H Club 1; Music Appreciation 3; Hobby Club 1,2. CHARLES WINKLER " Shive " " Find 'em, fool 'em, forget 'em. " Guns and Marksmanship Club 3, President 3; Wildlife Club 1,2; Conservation Club 1; Hobby Club 2; Glee Club 4; Student Coun- cil 2; Homeroom Officer 1,2; Sports Pa- rade Club 2; Officer 2; Men's " A " Club 3,4; Football 3,4; Basketball 3,4. GENE HONEYCUTT Post Graduate Meceaorcd BETTY JO SMITH Post Graduate Mascots Sandra Cook - Norman Norris Junior Marshals Mary Frank Gragg, Anna Boyce Winkler, Frances Jones, chief; Kim Miller, Joe Mast, Gen2 Reed, chief. Last Will and Testament Senior Class of 1953 We, the Senior Class of 1953, being of sound mind and body do hereby make this our last will and testament. Article 1 |, Pat Aldridge, do hereby will and bequeath my peroxide streak to Georgia Carlton. |, Kermit Ashley, do hereby will and bequeath my true southern gentility to Junior Kerhoulas. |, Collis Austin, do hereby will and bequeath my freckles to Carlton Lyons, who seems to have an insufficient number. |, Yvonne Bodenheimer, do hereby will and bequeath my bubbling personality to Betty Swain. |, Joan Brookshire, do hereby will and be- queath my baton to Frankie Jones. |, Jim Brown, do hereby will and bequeath my knowledge and experience on the gridiron to my younger brother, Bill. |, Joy Brown, do hereby will and bequeath my driving ability to Miss Guy. 1, Clara Carlton, do hereby will and bequeath my raven-colored tresses to Laura Holshouser. |, Connie Casey, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to play rudiments to Carmen Guy. |, Mary Clawson, do hereby will and bequeath my friendly personality to Janie Cline. I, Jimmy Cline, do hereby will and bequeath my jalopy to C. J. Hayes, so that he may be the proud posessor of twins. |, Armfield Coffey, do hereby will and be- queath my headache as a result of being Senior Class president to the next poor victim. |, Martha Colvard, do hereby will and be- queath my tiny form to anyone who can find small enough clothes to fit it. |, Jeanette Cook, do hereby will and bequeath my basketball shoes to Mary Frank Gragg. |, Lucille Cox, do hereby will and bequeath my timid personality to Mary K. Hollars. I, Polly Ann Cox, do hereby will and bequeath my Yankee brogue to Mr. Tait. |, Nina Mae Culler, de hereby will and bequeath my good disposition to Jerry Brown. |, Bob Dotson, do hereby will and bequeath my artistic ability to Whistler’s Mother. |, Betty Jean Edminsten, do hereby will and bequeath my attractive features to Faye Critcher. 1, Mary Lee Edminsten, do hereby will and bequeath my position as editor of the “High Life” to “Satch” Stevens. |, Elizabeth Eggers, do hereby will and be- queath my lovely voice to Mario Lanza. I, Sevilla Golds, do hereby will and bequeath my good behavior in class to Jimmy Flick. |, Jime Graham, do hereby will and bequeath my vitality to anyone who can keep up with it. |, Albert Green, do hereby will and bequeath my smoking permit to Nancy Dee Winkler. |, Arvil Greene, do hereby will and bequeath my bashfulness to Joe Mast. |, J. E. Greene, do hereby will and bequeath my good looks to Johnny Hodges. |, Faye Greene, do hereby will and bequeath the cash register in the Rec. Room to Sherlock Sheaffer. I, Melvin Greene, do hereby will and bequeath my blush to Rex Barnes. |, Mary Nell Greer, do hereby will and bequeath my smile to Mary Gladys Teague. |, Helen Hardin, do hereby will and bequeath my Physics and Chemistry notes to Norma Jean Bumgarner. I, Evelyn Hayes, do hereby will and bequeath my intelligence to Billy Richardson. |, Ala Hodges, do hereby will and bequeath my piano stool to Ann Cotrell. |, Guy Hunt, do hereby will and bequeath my dainty hoofs to John Jackson. I, Bill Hunter, do hereby will and bequeath my striped shorts to John E. Brown. |, Jimmy Idol, do hereby will and bequeath my fleet feet to Tony Winkler. |, Bill Jones, do hereby will and bequeath my V.F.W. card to Bill Ross. |, Mildred Jones, do hereby will and bequeath my social blunders to Emily Post. I, Jean Keplar, do hereby will and bequeath my love of A.H.S. to the Freshman class. I, Peggy Klutz, do hereby will and bequeath my scholarly manner to Tom Lawrence. |, Mary Jon Lanning, do hereby will and bequeath C. M. to the female populace at A.H.S. |, Dick Lavendar, do hereby will and bequeath my N.H.S. candle to my next successor. |, Shirley Lingerfelt, do hereby will and be- queath my blond hair to Frank Coffey. |, Donald Lyons, do hereby will and bequeath my brothers to Betty Ann Hagaman. I, Lillie Lyons, do hereby will and bequeath my cackle to the hens. |, Patsy McGuire, do hereby will and bequeath the good times I’ve had at A.H.S. to Ruby Lee Hartley. |, James McKinney, do hereby will and be- queath my bus to Jason Cook. |, Don Miller, do hereby will and bequeath my F.F.A. experiences to the agriculture depart- ment. I, Pauline Miller, do hereby will and bequeath my lovable manner to all the other sweet girls at A.H.S. |, Sara Miller, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get along with others to Bobby Barnes. |, Harbin Moretz, do hereby will and bequeath my physique to Billy Lyons. |, Sylvia Moretz, do hereby will and bequeath my quietness to Mildred Lewis. |, Betty Sue Norris, do hereby will and bequeath my flute to Rebecca Bingham. |, Geneva Norris, do hereby will and bequeath my sweet smile to Mrs. Daugherty. |, John Norris, do hereby will and bequeath my red hair to Johnny Ray. |, Nancy Jane Norris, do hereby will and bequeath my demure personality to Dean Critcher. |, Clara Parlier, do hereby will and bequeath my shorthand notes to Mr. Gregg. |, James Phillips, do hereby will and bequeath my revisions of Einstein’s Theories of Evolution fost aC. Lripp. |, Bob Ray, do hereby will and bequeath my basketball uniform to S. G. Tugman. |, Jane Rivers, do hereby will and bequeath the equator to Mr. Rand-McNally. |, Shirley Sherrill, do hereby will and bequeath my medulla oblongota to the Medical Museum in Washington. |, Corinna Shull, do hereby will and bequeath my nimble feet to Gene Kelly. |, Bill Talbert, do hereby will and bequeath my fatal charm to Harold Wayne Gentry. |, Anna Mae Taylor, do hereby will and bequeath my favorite class, Chemistry, to the Bunsen Burner. |, Charles Taylor, do hereby will and bequeath my “educated toe” to “Pee Dab.” |, Clara Teague, do will and bequeath my job in the office to anyone who is fool enough to take Work Experience. |, Peggy Joyce Teague, do hereby will and bequeath my neat appearance to Pauline Green. |, Ted Townsend, do hereby will and bequeath my field trips in F.F.A. to anyone who is as fond of the “Blue Goose” as | am. |, James Vannoy do hereby will and bequeath my gas station to the Standard Oil Co. |, Margaret Watson, do hereby will and bequeath my little Ford to no one!!! | like it myself!!! |, Nina R. Watson, do hereby will and be- queath my pretty hair to Rita Hayworth. |, Joan Wellborn, do hereby will and bequeath my quiet voice to Betty Ann Edminsten. |, Mack Wellborn, do hereby will and be- queath my ability to stay away from women to my younger brother, J. W. |, Barbara Winebarger, do hereby will and bequeath my love for Senior Phys. Ed. to the rising Senior girls. |, Joan Winebarger, do hereby will and bequeath my love of the U. S. Army to Uncle Sam. |, Charles Winkler, do hereby will and be- queath my ability to diagram sentences to the English Dept. of A.H.S. I, Nancy Winkler, do hereby will and bequeath my diamond to Helen Hollars. Article II To the Junior Class, we leave our front-row Chapel seats. Article III To the Sophomores, we leave our numerous tardies. Article IV To the Freshmen, we leave the “Smoking Rock” and all of our permits. Article V To the Faculty, we leave the satisfaction of knowing that they’ve had the most talented and brilliant students ever to pass through the portals of our dear ol’ Alma Mater. Prophecy There | was, floating arond in space 10,000 feet above the earth, when suddenly a bird dog flew by, a rubber band struck up “Dixie,” a little man oared by in a row-boat, and something made me think of my Senior Class. By this time, Pat Aldridge, who founded and is president of the INTRA-PLANETARY BABY- SITTING AGENCY is doing a thriving business with the parents on Mars. Two years after graduation, Kermit Ashley won the National A.A.U. Wrestling Champion- ship, and is now managing the “Four Wey Sisters,’ world famous girl wrestling team. Collis Austin is now sound effects man for “Elsie, the Borden Cow Show” on WATA, which now is the Mutual Broadcasting System. Inci- dentally, for a good case of nostalgic pathos, tune in every third Wednesday evening for Beth Eggers singing “That Old Gang of Mine,” accompanied by Betty Sue Norris and her one- woman orchestra, consisting of a piano, flute, and fourteen magic fiddles. Lucille Cox and Joan Winebarger are literally setting Paris on fire as two of the top dancers in the “Folies-Bergeres.” They live on the left bank of the Seine with their little poodle, Fifi. Their next-door neighbor is Robert Dotson, who has been studying art in gay Paree since 1955 and is now a world-famous artist in the abstract. Joan Brookshire has been leading the Navy Band for several decades and she is really giving the Admirals a fit! IN THE WORLD OF SPORTS, Jim Brown and Bob Ray are now managing the A.A.A. (Aho Athletic Association.) Jim Idol, “The Deep Gap Flash,” still holds the Olympic Track Title and insists on breaking his own record every year. Jimmy Cline is the nation’s top jockey, having ridden the great horse, “Mackie-doo,” namesake for his owner, Mac Wellborn, to victory, time after time. Charles Taylor has turned his fifteen sons into a dynamic football team which is unde- feated, to date. Joy Brown won the part of Billie Dawn in “Born Yesterday,” previously done by Judy Holliday, and is giving inspiring performances in the illegitimate theatre. Clara Carlton and Evelyn Haynes are top- notch saleswomen at Saks Fifth Avenue. They got their experience in the “Rec. Room.” A new shock-absorbent drum head has been patented by Connie Casey; while in the field of Chemistry, Dick Lavendar has introduced his new “liquid wood” and sells it in bottles by the gross. Mildred Jones, Mary Clawson, and Lillie Lyons joined forces to revise Gregg’s Revised Short- hand Method. Jane Rivers and Armfield Coffey, Democratic and Republican National Committee Chairmen, respectively, killed themselves recently when James Phillips, Communist candidate won the presidency. FLASH—Martha Colvard and Jeanette Cooke, co-owner of the great chain of Crest Stores won their law suit against Don Miller and Charles Winkler, owners of the new, improved Bark. It seems that the girls complained of the un- pleasant odors being sent this way by the Blowing Rock, which were spoiling the refined atmosphere of their dime store. Yvonne Bodenheimer and Mary Jon Lanning are the new ambassadresses to Russia, and they have frequent conferences with Mrs. Joe Stalin. Polly Anne Cox is Washington’s leading socialite and at her famous parties are often seen Senator James McKinney, Congressman Albert Greene, and Secretary of State Melvin Greene. Nina Mae Culler and Mary Nell Greer have revolutionized the dressmaking industry by inventing a new, supersonic sewing machine. Betty Jean Edminsten, having been swept off the west coast by a Florida hurricane and having landed on a remote South Pacific island, daily feeds the whales on Gene Honeycutt’s addition to the dieting standards, “Tasty Tidbits for Tiny Tadpoles.” Mary Lee Edminsten is the new boys’ basket- ball coach at A.S.T.C. Jime Graham, a millionairess interior decora- tor, now has a thriving business, most of her profits coming from an annual remodeling of the Taj Mahal and the White House. Patsy McGuire finally married “Besse,” and she is now busy raising a new brand of Mongolian Idiots. The nation’s leading novelist is Sevilla Gold. Her latest best-seller a book on good grooming. Guy Hunt has replaced Al Capp in the world of cartooning and is proclaimed the greatest in his field. Bill Hunter has just bought Florida, and we hear that he’s trying to give it back to the Spaniards. Guess what!! Phyllis Johnson, the new head matron of the girls’ dorm at A.S.T.C., is the most lenient yet..... she lets the girls stay out until the scandelous hour of 10:14!!!! Mayview Manor has recently been purchased by Bill Jones. Frequently seen dining there are Nancy Winkler, Nancy Jane Norris and Betty Jo Smith, and their husbands. Jean Keplar is Chief-of-Police of Rhode Island —she patrols all the highways every morning. The new co-owners and publishers of ‘Country Gentlemen” are John Norris and Arvil Greene. In case you’ve noticed the new buses which can sprout wings (weather permitting) it’s all due to J. E. Greene, who now owns the Bird Dog Bus Corporation. Faye Greene's latest record, “Let Ol’ Mother Nature Have Her Way,” has just sold two million copies. Ala Hodges, world renowned music critic, proclaims it the greatest record since “Shot-Gun Boogie.” Geneva Norris and Clara Parlier have just stacked up a cool million from their business, the Tidy Didy Diaper Service. Shirley Sherril has just been named the first woman four-star general, largely through her explanations of various military tactics. Tarzan has had a new mate in the movie serial for years. It’s Corinna Shull and she’s the biggest box-office attraction since “Bitter Rice.” The literary world has plumb forgot Shake- speare’s Romeo since Bill Talbert hit the stage. He’s the greatest lover yet! The newest rage on color TV is Nina Ruth Watson. That red hair really goes over great. Peggy Klutz, Howard Hughes’ l atest discovery, has made thirteen movies in the past fourteen weeks. Wedding bells are ringing for the fourteenth time for Shirley Lingerfelt, the new “Dagmar” of stage and screen. Pauline Miller and Sylvia Moretz are now two very efficient secretaries to two Wall Street brokers. Sara Miller, who was always diplomatic in her high school days, has been named mediator between the A.F.L. and the C.I.O. Harbin Moretz has, for some years been Commander-in-chief of the Universal Military Training Program. Anna Mae Taylor and Barbara Winebarger went broke last week when their dandelion crop failed. James Vannoy and Ted Townsend have taken option on their flower-growing business and are going to try their luck at alfalfa. Clara Teague and her missionary husband have converted a million infidels to date. Peggy Teague is now a brilliant concert pianist. She gives nightly concerts at Carnegie Hall. Margret Watson is commissioner of Motor Vehicles and on the side helps manage Joan Welborn’s fleet of race cars. Helen Hardin is now managing the State Farm, and her motto is: “Better bulls for Bernard,” (and we don’t mean Baruch!) Don‘t laugh—it may happen to you!!! Ht « - Senior TOWMLL lor? ED Age | cer Cea MISS APPALACHIAN Because of her many talents, unlimited a- bility, and fine personality she has been elected Miss Appalachian by the Senior Class of 1953. MOST POPULAR AND BEST LOOKING J. E. Greene and Peggy Klutz, Best-Look- ing, are participating in the brighter side of life at AHS along with Patsy McGuire and Armfield Coffey, Most Popular, who are an asset to any group. MOST ATHLETIC No doubt about it, Jeanette Cook and Har- bin Moretz, Most Athletic, are shining ex- amples of fine athletes. Superlatives MR, APPALACHIAN For his outstanding leadership in many phases of school life, Fine athletic ability and win- ning personality, he has been elected Mr. Appalachian. BEST ALL - AROUND Pat Aldridge and Kermit Ashley, Best All - Around, are always at their best when it comes to indulging inrefreshments plus con- versation. . JES cs rule MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Always conscientious and eager to learn, Beth Eggers and Charles Winkler, Most Like- ly to Succ2ed, are sure to get ahead in life. ee Cede tess Sou { iF ; P H . a se j i : Ei ' Senior Baby | 1. Lillie Lyons 2. Jane Rivers 3. Patsy McGuire 4. James Mc- Kinney 5. Peggy Klutz 6.Betty Sue Norris 7.Connie Casey 8. Joan Wellborn 9. Ala Hodges 10. Jime Graham 11. Mary Claw- son 12, Margaret Watson 13. Dick Lavendar 14. Lucille Cox 15. Joan Brookshire 16.Barbara Winebarger 17. Sara Miller 18, Polly Ann Cox. Pictures Saget en a“ =. ie Thee s i ea 9. Joy Brown 20.Corinna Shull 1.Phillis Johnson 22. Evelyn dayes 23. Jimmy Cline 24.Beth pagers 25. Pat Aldridge 26. Clara Parlier27. Mary Jon Lanning 28. Aary Lee Edmisten 29. Yvonne odenheimer 30 Shirley Sheril| }il. Nina Mae Culler 32. Albert ;|zreene 33, Mildred Jones 34. ean Keplar 35. Peggy Teague 6. Nancy Winkler 37. Clara Tea- ue 38. Bob Ray 39. Helen Har- in 40. Mary Nell Greer. Class History When one hundred and sixty eighth graders began their “careers” at A.H.S. on a bright sunny morning in September of 1949, little did we realize that the years would pass so rapidly and we would be Seniors before we knew it. Throughout our Freshman year we were plagued with algebra tests, going on paper drives to raise funds for our Junior-Senior, and just becoming completely adjusted to high school life in general. That year, our entire class went to Mt. Mitchell at the close of the school year for a class picnic. Ah yes, times were never better. During our Sophomore year, our class made a liberal contribution to the athletic teams of A.H.S. The Sophomores on the football team were already showing some inclination as to what we would do in the years to follow, and in our Senior year we certainly weren’t disappointed. We were aware of the fact that our Junior-Senior wasn’t far off, and we shifted into high gear and raised additional funds for the affair by continuing our paper drives and sponsoring several dances. Being a “Jaunty Junior” wasn’t quite what it was cracked up to be. Most of the more fortunate members of the class struggled through and passed English IIl under Miss Theo Wells, whom we shall all doubtless remember. The Halloween Carnival that we sponsored was most successful, thanks to the untiring efforts of the entire class and faculty. When the Junior-Senior Banquet was presented, with the banquet at the college cafeteria and the dance at the high school gym, we all felt that all our efforts had not been in vain. The theme was “Garden in the Rain.” We actually found time to participate in other things besides class activities and we were rather proud of some of our fellow classmates for receiving several honors. Harbin Moretz was co-captain of the boys’ basketball team, and was also co-captain of the football squad. Joan Brookshire was elected Homecoming Queen for the year of 1951 by the student body. And now, as we are approaching the climax of our years at A.H.S., we do so with both anticipation and reluctance... reluctance to leave that which has been instrumental in the molding of our personalities and anxious to see how we can apply that which we have learned. Well, it’s been real!!! " The moving finger writes, and having writ, moves on. " " Happy memories -- when the money for the Junior - Senior was first and foremost with us and decorating for dances was a nec2ssary evil. " " Ah! What fools we Seniors be! ! " lass ring ---- invitation ---- symbols of graduation.” Junior-Senior 1952 SSR ICO CO ereta cena eee wane O Nee OOD CXXLD SoS 2 8X O O ee OSI Sete SEES eo O PLO 525 tees BESO SSR OD, re, S LQ S Ore sec QS SEO etcatasserconee S oS ? 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Culler Betty Ann Edminsten Jimmy Flick Mary Frank Gragg Carolyn Greene Edith Greene Harris Greene J. B. Greene Pauline Greene Emma Mae Greer Elton Greer Jack Greer Carmen Guy Betty Ann Hagaman Jackie Hampton Juella Hampton Ernest Hartley C. J. Hayes Howard Hayes Mack Hodges Paul Holtzclaw John Jackson Kenneth Jackson Joyce Johnson Frances Jones Jean Lewis Joe Mast Betty Lou Miller Gladys Miller Kim Miller Peggy Joanne Miller Alton Moretz Jack McKinney Betty Jean Norris Emma Norris Shirley Ann Norris Wendell Norris Vance Northern Katherine Payne Norma Jean Phillips Houston Presnell Nancy Qualls Barbara Ragan John Ragan Johnny Ray Gene Reed Billy Rush Margaret Storie Rachel Anne Teague Billy Wellborn Jack Wellborn Roy Welch Anna Boyce Winkler Dick Winkler Nancy Dee Winkler NOT PICTURED Conley Harrison Roy Miller Wanda Moretz OONAONELWN — —1) ot — O Swi he, ey kWh On 16. 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SLUQMICH oars o0 ciletete Sis ticaiets ora ines eaieie sien ere ts, CCL eLCLy, Randy: Madduxt. = autor tics 5 e'cis sicie's streets ane te Sticke se comie om ERC OSULEH BuddywsMcGuiretosc sees asics cele sels sisrsle a sie tac celeste ae RCDOLLCh Bobby Beach Patsy Bentley Rebecca Bingham Alton Blue Bill Brown Jonsie Brown Laura Brown Martha Jean Brown William Brown Betty Jane Calloway Georgia Lee Carlton Wilma Carrol Janie Cline Dorothy Coffey Maxine Coffey Betty Louise Cook Ethel Cook Jason Cook Shirley Cook Joyce Cowles Dean Critcher J. M. Cullers Shelby Jean Dotson Ruth Eller Betty Sue Greer Jimmy Greer Lena Green Peggy Hampton Ruby Hartley Betty Lou Hodges Betty Ruth Hodges Kyle Hodges Mark Hodges Nancy Hodges Mary K. Hollars Ray Hollars Robert Hughes Cliff Keplar Mildred Lewis Billy Lyons Carlton Lyons Randy Maddux George Maine Buddy McGuire Billy McNeil Edith Miller Peggy Miller Albert Norris Earl Norris Helen Parker Jimmy Parks Thelma Phillips Dean Rayfield Gene Rayfield Stewart Rhymer Shelby Jean Rogers Shirley Ann Rogers Frances Rush Peggy Sherrill Shirley Stansberry Peggy Watson Glenn Wellborn Odis Wellborn Kenneth Wilcox Roger Winebarger Margaret Winkler Tony Winkler Joan Wood Eula Mae Woodring Catherine Stevens James Tate Gladys Teague Ethel Townsend Dockie Triplett Mack Triplett S. G. Tugman Allan Van Dyke Keith Van Dyke Tommy Vannoy NOT PICTURED Charles Bolick Howard Coffey Richard Hartley G ene Holman Shirley Ann Jones Junior Kerhoulas Austin Moretz Irma Lee Moretz Shirley Ann Norris Ellis Phillips Billy Richardson Emma Jo Teague SIRES CORKS oS SON oe OSX oO LD SS OK RRS x 65 S505 Orerecenes ORION SORE RIS SLR S, 4%) S 5 “S SKK CRC ®, 50K o, SOY ROW RKRIONO sieteatates RLY RRR LY OX 2, SSK S e, EO ROOMS ONE RR SQ ORR SKS RRR SANRIO SN Freshman Class Officers BobbysBrendel Lia so s...ccrs eee eters stirs: sicttce custaleneisttets stom sitet hes ldent GlenniMillersick. oc ce eiete careissteiet che oes oe eee te ie VLCCERLeSicenn MinniesAustiiniseute co ciety sie cisttacstece orcee cretele at otha tr etetcre warsiee eS CLOIChY Barbara Winklen7. 3% sce. ecete me ettlele ele ste e elation coins cere LeCIsSUECH BetfycBrendel | oc ta sac wre ae ele oettreln ieee aes ciaeiatis titre eee RE DOLLCE Annie Ashley Minnie Austin Boyd Barlow Rebecca Barnes Emogene Berry Mary Dean Bingham Betty Brendell Bobby Brendell Earl Brookshire Glenda Brown Luther Brown James Burris Lance Carlson Aaron Carroll Dorothy Carroll Reba Carroll Shirley Carroll Shelby Cheek Kenneth Clawson Robert Clawson Emilie Lee Coffey Billy Collins Ann Cottrell Harry Critcher Margaret Critcher Ellen Culler Jimmy Lou Culler Grace Day Glenna Mae Dobson Judy Danner Betty Jo Dyer Maudie Fae Elter A. C. Farthing Betty Ruth Foster Fred Gentry Fred Gragg Kate Greene Lovella Greene Mozelle Greene Reba Greene Jeanette Greer Kent Greer Owen Greer Bonnie Jean Hampton J. B. Hampton Patsy Hampton Christine Hartley Edward Harmon Harold Hayes Kenneth Hayes Mary Wanda Hodges Scottie Hodges Helen Hollars Laura Holshouser Richard Hunt Faye Johnson J..B. Jones Patricia Jones Larry Klutz Tom Lawrence Joe Lewis Phil McGuire Charles Micheal Bill Miller Charles Miller Earlene Miller Glenn Miller Lena Miller Jane Moretz Janet Moretz Joe Moretz Mary Jane Moretz Mary Lea Moretz R. C. Moretz Treva Moretz Lois Norris Ray Parlier Claudine Payne John Payne Vilas Payne JoAnn Phillips Keith Phillips Martha Phillips Cecil Proffit Nan Ragan Nancy Ragan Robert Rosenbalm James Shell Frank South Jimmy Steelman Barbara Storie Linda Lou Taylor Phillip Templeton Herbert Townsend Barbara Tugman Edith Watson Patsy Watson Peggy Watson Verbie Sue Watson J. W. Wellborn Peggy Wellborn Rebecca Wellborn Catherine Welch Margaret West Buddie Wey Mary Wheeler Ruth Wilson Clara Winebarger Mary Sue Winebarger Barbara Winkler Earline Woodring NOT PICTURED Pat Greene John Johnson Jimmy Watson Virginia Greene Billy Idol Joe Johnson Van Norris Helen Colvard Bobby Brown Eighth Grade Roberta Barnes David Blackburn Carlton Brown Buzzy Bumgarner Archie Carroll Dan Coffey Don Cordero Marie Cornett Ted Cornett Jack Creed David Culler A. V. Edmisten Rebecca Edmisten Shelia Gilley Elsie Greene Buddy Greer Peggy Greer Frankie Hamilton Jo Anne Hardin Mary Ellen Harrison Gary Hartley Tarwell Henderson Johnny Hodges Mary Hodges Jeanette Hollars Nancy Hollingsworth Patsy Hollingsworth Peggy Jones Clara Jean Lewis Mary Mast Bill Matheson Claude Miller Joe Miller Bobby. Norris Gail Phillips Eighth Grade Bobby Reynolds H. T. Rogers Peggy Rogers Rachel Rominger Joan Rosenbalm Jody Shackford Bobby Sherrill Claude Shores Gordon Shores Jane Snyder Charlie Teague Edwin Taylor Hazel Townsend Mary Ruth Townsend Joyce Tuckwiller Ernest Vannoy Bobby Watkins Bobby Wilcox Billy Joe Williams Claude Yates Seventh Grade Mollie Agle Kent Beach Barbara Bentley Dick Brown Grace Brown David Cooke Jimmie Greene Elizabeth Hagaman Margaret Hampton Robert Harmon Jack Hayes Ruby Hayes Jean Hodges Rena Hodges Jimmy Holloway Cynthia Klutz Mary Lawrence Charles Osborne Tommy Owsley Frank Payne, Jr. Richard Pitts Dorothy Roberts Eddy Rush Helen Smitherman Betty Swift David Teague Mary Van Noppen Mary West Linda Wey Kenneth Wood Bob Ray..cecsscccccccccccsccccsccscsecssseneesccessecccscecessssensceces Vice President Patsy McGuire occ ccceccccccccccceesesesesceerecrecscessseeeeesersseecerecsces Secretary Beth Eggers ...ccccccccccccccecccccrecccscsvcescesesscnsncscccessesesssessence Treasurer AlaiHodges ccs ssc slo's a sels e siclelee © cieiwisis olclele nivie cle! seis insteuus wattle sie clare iriert ior Reporter Jane Riverss ssc ccc cece coeicls storoierte sletel sie cleiave ofc e's istelchele stevserelelerer sels eialenere eens Program Chairman Betty Sue Norris. 2... 2... Bieta le aac duel bis wld cele aie exe a clavercletetelete ever (oteie eacuekensronststenclorers Sentinel National Honor Society Albert Greene, Robert Dotson, Kermit Ashley, Betty Sue Norris, Jane Rivers, Patsy McGuire, Dick Lavendar, Bob Ray, Beth Eggers, Ala Hodges, Evelyn Hayes, Connie Casey, Clara Carlton, Sponsor: Mrs. Lancaster. Student Council S ¥ 2 ¢ 4 é $ KERMIT ASHLEY PATSY McGUIRE GENE REED BETH EGGERS President Vice President Secy.-Treas. Reporter Armfield Coffey Dick Lavendar Bok Ray Peggy Teague John Edgar Brown Mack Hodges Kim Miller Billy Lyons Randy Maddux George Maine Keith Van Dyke Betty Brendall Christine Hartley Laura Holshouser Barbara Tugman Jo Ann Hardin Betty Ann Swain Linda Wey Sponsor, Mrs. Gragg Girls’ Glee Club Jime Graham, President; Beth Eggers, Vice President; Betty Sue Norris, Secretary; Peggy Klutz, Reporter; Minnie Austin, Roberta Barnes, Yvonne Bodenheimer, Betty Brendell, Joan Brookshire, Betty Jane Calloway, Connie Casey, Janie Cline, Joyce Ann Cowles, Ann Cottrell, Mary Lee Edmisten, Rebecca Edmisten, Shelia Gilley, Mary Frank Gragg, Jeanette Greer, Peggy Greer, Carmen Guy, JoAnn Hardin, Betty Ann Hagaman, Ala Hodges, Betty Ruth Hodges, Laura Holshou- ser, Frances Jones, Peggy Jones, Shirley Jones, Jean Keplar, Peggy Teague, Mary Jon Lanning, Shirley Lingerfelt, Mary Mast, Sara Miller, Sylvia Moretz, Helen Parker, Gail Phillips,Joan Rosenbalm, Shirley Sherrill, Corinna Shull, Barbara Story, Betty Swain, Joyce Tuckwiller, Joann Wellborn, Buddie Wey, Ruth Wilson, Anna Boyce Winkler, Barbara Winkler, Wanda Moretz, Joy Brown, Lillie Lyons, Director, Miss Cole. Boys’ Glee Club Dick Lavendar, President; Jason Cook, Vice President; Bob Ray, Secretary; Armfield Coffey, Treasurer; Guy Hunt, Reporter; Carlton Lyons, Keith Phillips, Jimmy Brendall, Bill Brown, J. Edward Culler, Earl Brookshire, Don Lyons, Charles Taylor, Bill Jones, Aaron Carroll, Bobby Bar- Be Jimmy Idol, Milton Barden, Buddy McGuire, Bill Talbert, Charles Taylor. Sponsor, Miss ole. Mixed Chorus Donald Lyons, President; Bob Ray, Vice President; Betty Sue Norris, Secretary-Treasurer; Carlton Lyons, Reporter; Betty Calloway, Librarian; Jimmy Idol, Librarian; Beth Eggers, Accompanist; Yvonne Bodenheimer, Joan Brookshire, Joy Brown, Connie Casey, Frank Coffey, John Edward Culler, Jime Graham, Carmen Guy, Betty Ann Hagaman, Ala Hodges, Guy Hunt, Bill Hunter, Mary Jon Lanning, Shirley Lingerfelt, Glenn Miller, Sylvia Moretz, Shirley Sherrill, Corinna Shull, Peggy Teague, Joan Wellborn, Mack Wellborn, Director, Miss Cole. MIXED CHORUS OFFICERS Donald Lyons Bob Ray Betty Sue Norris Betty Calloway Jimmy Idol President Vice president Secy.-Treas. Librarian Librarian Not Pictured Carlton Lyons Reporter BARITONE Billy Collins FRENCH HORNS Joy Brown Glenn Miller Billy Williams SAXOPHONES Betty Brendell Betty Ann Hagaman Peggy Klutz PERCUSSION John Edward Culler Carmen Guy Frank Coffey Mary Frank Gragg Connie Casey FLUTES Betty Sue Norris Rebecca Bingham OBOE Beth Eggers Concert Band BASSOON Jody Shackford CLARINETS Ann Cottrell Betty Swain Betty Calloway Laura Holshouser Barbara Winkler Buddie Wey Joyce Cowles Barbara Storie Ruth Wilson Sara Miller Lance Carlson Anna B. Winkler CORNETS Richard Hunt Cliff Keplar James Tait Tom Lawrence Johnny Hodges James Burris Joe Moretz Frankie Hamilton Aaron Carroll TRO MBO NES Guy Hunt Billy Richardson Bobby Watkins Harris Greene J. W. Wellborn BASSES Armfield Coffey Bill Jones Joe Mast BASS CLARINET Charles Taylor TYMPANI Jime Graham BARITO NE SAXOPHO NE Milton Barden Mr. Roy R. Blanton, Director Majorettes Joan Brookshire, Head Majorette Betty Jean Edmisten Frances Jones Nancy Dee Winkler Jerry Brown Joan Winebarger Band Council Charles Taylor,.. 5+. ts 00s os ceme geese eels hestoent Armfield Coffey..cececcscscecacssieccesee VICe President Peggy Klutz....occceccccccceee cess vecretary—Treasurer Beth Eggers «s ss csldae sisin-Selapin ann Mr ee 6 be as we DEPOLTEE Betty Calloway ....cscccccecccecceecceeecees Librarian Jime. Graham os’. Sodasees© dpba nee oes « p OUNCE RET Guy. Hunt. 2. 5.00 eens ence bae cnmle wdc «sc OUREL avicnw er Publicity and Correspondence Committee Welcoming Committee Mildred Jones, Nancy Jane Norris, Bob Dotson, Juella Hampton, Savilla Golds,-and Geneva Nor- Savilla Golds, Catherine Stevens, and Joan Crit- ris make visitors to our assembly programs welcome cher, take care of all correspondence of the club at all times. and publicize assembly programs. Assembly Club Pats Aldridae.cactercc cicett se eee ebro wee Bhesiaent Robert: Dotson: ¢2..sesleasisisae cs ses ene V.ICespresicent SavillarGolds evi isms dats cca siete ee eres oe CCR eICny, Glenn’ Millericwiur + stiiehies toe oes ea colton me Lr ecsOne’ Catherine: Stevens.% . . cacisse s seeks cuistes eink oo REDOLLEG Mrsce Hamby 2.22. scteis ste care 6 «aes sree 6st ate sis eam OPONSOL Devotional Committee Stage Committee Glenn Miller, Shirley Ann Norris, and Pat Al- Kenneth Clawson, Sammy Steelman, Ernest Hart- dridge are responsible for arranging the devotion- ley, Frank South, Mack Hodges, J. B. Greene, als for the assembly programs and provide neces- Kenneth Hayes, and Owen Greerare the poor un- sary music, suspecting souls who set up the stage for assembly programs throughout the year. Quiet Social Games Club Cliff Keplar, President; KeithVan Dyke, Vice President; Nancy Dee Winkler, Secretary- Treasurer; Nancy Qualls, Phillip Templeton, J. M. Cullers, B. M. Miller, Jimmy Cline, James Tait, Charles Micheal, Earl Brookshire, Katherine Payne, Peggy J. Miller, Shirley Carroli, Betty Cooke, Jody Shackford, Bill Matheson, Pauline Greene, Mary D. Bingham, Jane Moretz, John Hodges, Bobby Watkins, Joyce Johnson, Helen Colvard, Mary Jane Moretz, Martha Phillips, Harry Critcher, Talmon Craven, Gladys Miller, Judy Danner, Betty Jean Bently, Wilma Carroll, Mack Wellborn, Mr. Ross, Sponsor. Gymnastics Club Bill Hunter, President; John Norris, VicePresident; Tony Winkler, Secretary-Reporter; Boyd Barlow, Rex Barnes, Bobby Brendell, James Burris, Bill Collins, Fred Gragg, Kent Greer, Robert Hughes, Jimmy Parks, Vilas Payne, James Shell, Herbert Townsend, J. W. Wellborn, Paul Holtzclaw, Jimmy Watson, Kenneth Hayes, Coach Everette, Sponsor. Boys’ 4-H Club Collis Austin, President; Harris Greene, Vice President; Claude Austin, Secretary- Treasurer; Gary Hartley, Reporter; Bill Austin, Fred Gragg, Richard Hartley, Carlton Lyons, Alton Moretz, Austin Moretz, Joe Moretz, Claude Shore, Ernest Vannoy, Roy Welch, Billy Wellborn, Dick Winkler, Lance Carlson, Mr. Rogers, Sponsor. Music Appreciation Club Reba Greene, President; Thelma Phillips, Vice President, Mary K. Hollars, Program Chairman, Christine Hartley, Secretary-Treasurer; Shelby J. Rogers, Reporter; Peggy Sherrill, Social Chairman; Mary Lee Moretz, Wanda Moretz, Barbara Tugman, Lois Norris, Pat Jones, Janet Moretz, Linda Taylor, Barbara Storie, Jeanette Greer, Shelby Watson, Peggy Watson, Betty Sue Greer, Louella Greene, Mozelle Greene, Patsy Hamp- ton, Grace Day, Shirley Rogers, Ruth Wilson, Annie Ashley, Betty Foster, Mildred Lewis Sponsor: Mrs. Lancaster. oe iia Junior ARE BEST ; Librarians Club Shelby J. Dotson, President; Mildred Lewis, Vice President; Ethel Townsend, Secretary- Treasurer; Nancy Hollingsworth, Social Chairman; Ellen Culler, Reporter; Mary K.Hol- lars, Parliamentarian; Emma Mae Greer, Elsie Mae Greene, Mary Ellen Harriso n, Patsy Hollingsworth, Barbara Ragan, Hazel Townsend, Sponsor: Miss Brister. Club AY ee eae a eas Robert Hughes, Harold Hayes, J.R. Hampton, Jimmy Greer, Dean Rayfield, Gordon Shores, Buster Oaks, A.V. Edmisten, H.T. Rogers, John Johnson, Cecil Proffitt, Ry Moretz, Bobby Reynolds, Carlton Brown, Charles Miller, Charles Teek, Sponsor: Mr. Tripp. F. F. A. Club J. . Greene, President; Melvin Greene, Vice President; Roy Miller, Secretary; Don Miller, Treasurer; Mack Hodges, Reporter; Harold Ragan, Sentinel; Bill Austin, Claude Austin, Collis Austin, Jim Brown, Lance Carlson, Robert Clawson, Howard Coffey, Dean Critcher, J. B. Greene, Elton Greer, Jack Greer, J. R. Hampton, Edward Harmon, Conley Harrison, Harold Hayes, Roy Hollars, Gene Holman, Gene Honeycutt, Bill Idol, John Jackson, Joe Johnson, John Johnson, Junior Kerhoulas, Joe Lewis, Donald Lyons, Jack McKinney, Billy McNeil, B. M. Miller, Alton Moretz, Harbin Moretz, R. C. Moretz, Albert Norris, Van Norris, Wendell Norris, Vance Nor- thern, Ellis Phillips, James Phillips, Cecil Proffitt, John Ragan, Dockie Triplett, James Vannoy, Ted Townsend, Roy Welch, Billy Wellborn, Glenn Wellborn, Jack Wellborn, Odis Wellborn, How- ard Hayes, Mr. Tait, Sponsor. Photography Club CS Bill Hunter, President; Tom Lawrence, Vice President; Rachel Teague , Secretary; Joyce Cornett, Treasurer; Tony Blue, Reporter; Virginia Barlow, Bobby Beach, Rebecca Barnes Dorothy Coffey, Maxine Coffey, Marie Cornett, Jimmie Lou Culler, Maude Eller, Betty Foster, Edith Greene, Mary Nell Greer, Jeannette Hollars, Pat Jones, Phil McGuire, Martine Moretz, Earl Norris, Jimmy Parks, Keith Phillips, Robert Rosenbalm, Billy Rush, Roger Winebarger, Sponsor: Mr. Snyder. Future Teachers of America Club Lois Norris, President; Richard Hunt, Vice President; Mary Lea Moretz, Secretary; Aaron Carroll, Dorothy Carroll, Shelby Cheek, Glenna Dobson, Virginia Greer, Barbara Tug- man, Janet Moretz, Verbie Sue Watson, Sponsor: Mrs. Gragg. Girls’ 4-H Club Helen Hardin, President; Lucille Cox, Vice President; Rebecca Bingham, Secretary- Treasurer; Jane Snyder, Reporter; Katheryn Welch, Song Leader; Peggy Dotson, Peggy Rogers, Georgia Carlton, Mary Hodges, Margaret West, Mary Ruth Townsend, Sponsor: Mrs. Daugherty. Girls’ “A” Club Jeanette Cook, President; Evelyn Hayes, Vice President; Faye Crit- cher, Secretary; Mary Lee Edmisten, Treasurer; Catherine Stevens, Reporter; Joan Wellborn, Margaret Storie, Betty Cook, Katherine Payne, Ala Hodges, Peggy Teague, Miss Guy, Sponsor. Men’s “A” Club OFFICERS Charles Taylor Jim Brown President Vice President Bobby Ray Kermit Ashley Armfield Coffey John E. Brown Sergeant at Arms Secretary Treasurer Reporter Donald Lyons, Charles Winkler, Bobby Barnes, John E. Culler, Guy Hunt, Gene Reed, Kim Miller, John Norris, Harbin Moretz, Bill Brown, Vance Nor- thern, Tony Winkler, Buddy McGuire, Jim Idol, Frank Coffey, Joe Mast, Bill Jones, Harold Ragan, Milton Barden, Dick Lavendar, Bill Lyons, Charles Taylor, Armfield Coffey, Kermit Ashley, John E. Brown, Bobby Ray, Jim Brown, Coach Everette, Sponsor. ‘s “xOr conte raved ¥ot eo anste™! oe =x0) ee yenss : Ed " Sx2 of See % ral Nore cone " ! a Foy? Laura Holshouser, Buddie Wey, Ann Cotrell, Clara Carlton, Helen Parker, Shirley Rogers, Helen Hardin, Shirley Norris, Margaret Winkler, Frances Rush, Joan Wood, Juslla Hampton, Shirley Carroll, Carolyn Gr2ene, Glenna Mae Dobson, Edith Greene, Joyce Cornett. Journalism Club Sponsor, Miss Blanton Dramatics Club John Edgar Brown, President; Frances Jones, Vice President; Rebecca Bingham, Secretary; Nancy Dee Winkler, Treasurer; Polly Ann Cox, Reporter; Tom Lawrence, Peggy J. Miller, Shirley Lingerfelt, Peggy Klutz, Joe Mast, Cliff Keplar, Keith Van Dyke, Connie Casey, Scottie Hodges, Rebecca Barnes, Jimmie Lou Culler, Betty Ann Hagaman, Judy Danner, Joyce Johnson, Betty Bentley, Jerry Brown, Kenneth Wilcox, Phillip Templeton, J. M. Culler, Owen Greer, Sylvia Moretz, Emma Norris, Betty Lou Miller, Rachel Teague, Tony Blue, Clara Teague, Patsy Watson, Helen Colvard, Faye Johnson, Norma Phillips, Shirley Ann Norris, Nancy Qualls, Mr. Ross, Sponsor. - Guns Marksmanship Club Joe Miller, President; David Culler, Vice President; David Blackburn, Secretary; Billy Berry, Charles Bumgarner, Jay Cornett, Jack Creed, Buddie Greer, Frankie Hamilton, Lowell Henderson, Claude Miller, Bobby Sherrill, Edwin Taylor, Dockie Triplett, Bobby Wilcox, Billy Jo Williams, Mr. Gentry, Sponsor. A. C. Farthing, President; Roger Winebarger, Vice President; Robert Rosenbalm, Secretary- Treasurer, Bobby Beech, Kenneth Clawson, William Brown, Bobby Brown, Mr. Snyder, Sponsor. “Angler Fly-Tying Club Gene Reed, President; Larry Klutz, Vice President; Kim Miller, Secretary-Treasurer; Mark Hod- ges, Jimmy Steelman, Dick Winkler, Bill Rush, Joe Moretz, Charles Micheal, S. G. Tugman, Harris Greene, Mack Tripplett, Stewart Rhymer, Earl Norris, Betty Ann Edmisten, Pauline Greene, Ruby Lee Hartley, Norma Jean Bumgarner, Mr. Rogers, Sponsor. Bagineee eritents Club Johnny Ray, President; Carolyn Greene, Vice President; Mary Clawson, Secretary; Jeanette Cooke, Treasurer; Clara Carlt on, Reporter; Jimmy Brendell, Mary Ethel Cooke, Nina Mae Cul- ler, Martha Colvard, Grace Day, Betty Jean Edminsten, Betty Sue Greer, Betty Lou Hodges, Ken- neth Jackson, Jean Lewis, Betty Lou Miller, Irma Lee Moretz, Betty Jean Norris, Emma Norris, Thelma Phillips, Peggy Sherrill, Linda Taylor, Emma Jo Teague, Peggy Watson, Eula Mae Wood- ring, Margaret Watson, Nancy Winkler, Mary Wheeler, Margaret Winkler, Joann Winebarger, Shirley Rogers, Miss Blanton, Sponsor. PO OM at EF opt Bo Wildlife Club Betty Ann Edmisten, President; Roy Miller, Vice President; Norma J. Bumgarner, Secretary- Treasurer; S. G. Tugman, Reporter; Paul Holtzclaw, Jack Greer, Lary Klutz, A. C. Farthing, Rex Barnes, Ruby Lee Hartley, C. J. Hayes, J. B. Greene, Treva Moretz, Claudine Payne, Helen Hollars, Elton Greer, Dan Coffey, Shirley Stansberry, Windell Norris, Charles Bolick, Arvil Greene, Ted Townsend, James Vannoy, George Maine, Kenneth Wilcox, Randy Maddux, Mark Hodges, James Shell, Dean Critcher, Houston Presnell, Mr. Lancaster, Sponsor. Student Store Staff Faye Greene, Manager; Faye Critcher, President; Evelyn Hayes, Vice President; Betty Cook, Secretary; Betty Bingham, Mary Dean Bingham, Clara Carlton, Shirley Carroll, Emily Lee Coffey, Joann Critcher, Margaret Critcher, Archie Carroll, Christine Hartley, Jim Idol, Earl Norris, Katherine Payne, Nancy Qualls, Odis Wellborn, Peggy Wellborn, Margaret Storie, Paul Holtz- claw, Glenn Miller, Co-Sponsors: Mr. Snyder and Dr. Shaffer. Photography Club Richard Hunt, President; Johnny Ray, Vice President; Betty J. Edminsten, Secretary-Treasurer; Margaret Watson, Reporter; Nina Mae Culler, Librarian; Reba Carroll, J. Ann Phillips, Betty S. Carroll, Mary Tea- gue, JoannWinebarger, Mary Wheller, Martha Brown, Martha Phillips, Georgia Lee Carlton, Carmen Guy, Betty Brendell, Minnie Austin, Barbara Winkler, Hus— ton Presnell, Helen Hollars, Claudine Payne, Treva Moretz, Mary W. Hodges, Lena Greene, Mary Claw- son, Laura Brown, Peggy Miller, Betty Cook, Dr. Sheaffer, Sponsor. Folk-Dancing Cl abe Reba Greene, President; Jimmy Pitts, Vice President; Don Codero, Secretary; Margaret Critcher, Treasurer; Patsy Hampton, Reporter; Louella Greene, Mozelle Greene, Kate Greene, Lena Greene, Fay Johnson, Patsy Watson, Jan Phillips, Glenda Brown, Imogene Berry, Reba Carroll, Becky Well- born, Peggy Wellborn, Scottie Hodges, Shirley Ann Norris, Peggy Hampton, Shirley Cook, Frances Rush, Bobby Norris, Nina Ruth Watson, Peggy J. Miller, Emilie Coffey, Christine Hartley, Annie Ashley, Miss Guy, Sponsor Fix-It Club J. £. Greene, President; Jack Wellborn, Vice President; James McKinney, Secretary-Reporter; Don Miller, Treasurer; Luther Brown, Ted Cornett, C. M. Critcher, Conley Harrison, Ponane Hayes, Kyle Hodges, Ray Hollars, Bill Idol, John Jackson, Joe Johnson, James Phillips, Ray Par- lier, Gene Rayfield, Freddie Reese, Glenn Wellborn, Odis Wellborn, Melvin Greene, Gene Honeycutt, Dr. Wey, Sponsor. Monitors Grace Day, Louella Greene, Helen Hollars, Dickie Hunt, Joe Johnson, Phillip Templeton, Nan- cy Jane Norris, Collis Austin, Reba Greene, Pauline Miller, Austin Moretz, Betty Smith, Bill Hunter, Fred Gragg, Mary Nell Greer, Christine Hartly, Glenna Dobson, Mozella Greene, Pat- sy Hampton, Treva Moretz, Jan Phillips, Edith Watson, Peggy Watson, Mary Madeline Wheeler, Earl Brookshire, Lance Carlson, Nancy Hodges, Scottie Hodges, Peggy Miller, Linda Taylor, Ray Hollars, Jimmy Idol, Mary Jon Lanning, B. M. Miller, Shirley Ann Norris, Frances Rush, Mary Dean Bingham, Ernest Hartly, John Jackson, John Norris, Claudine Payne, Betty Jean Bently, Harold Hayes, Gladys Miller, Alton Moretz, Jack Wellborn, Emma Jean Berry, Yvonne Bodenheimer, Jerry Brown, Betty Hodges, Mary Wanda Hodges, Mary Gladys Teague, Emilie Coffey, Lucille Cox, Margaret Critcher, Howard Hayes, Patsy Watson, Claude Austin, Charles Bolick, Aaron Carroll, Fred Gentry, Mack Hodges, Roy Welch, Sponsor: Dr. Sheaffer. Home-Economics Club Barbara Winebarger, President; Pauline Miller, Vice President; Nancy Winkler, Secretary; Geneva Norris, Treasurer; Nina Ruth Watson, Reporter; Clara Winebarger, Jonsie Brown, Kate Greene, Catherine Welch, Margaret West, Ethel Townsend, Irma Moretz, Imogene Berry, Glenda Brown, Barbara Ragan, Gladys Miller, Nan Ragan, Nancy Ragan, Lena Miller, Earline Miller, Edith Miller, Martine Moretz, Peggy Welborn, Becky Welborn, Mary Winebarger, Lucille Cox, Edith Watson, Peggy Hampton, Betty Jo Dyer, Jane Moretz, Emma Greer, Sponsor: Mrs. Daugherty. Audio-Visual Aids Club Billy Lyons, President; Albert Greene, Vice President; Joan Brookshire, Secretary; Yvonne Bo- denheimer, Reporter; Charles Bolick, Luther Brown, Allen Van Dyke, Jimmy Flick, Fred Gentry, Arvil Greene, Jimmy Greer, Pat Greene, Ernest Hartley, Richard Hartley, C. J. Hayes, Kyle Hodges, J. B. Jones, George Maine, Ray Parlier, John Payne, Dean Rayfield, Gene Rayfield, Frank South, Tommy Vannoy, Mr. Lancaster, Sponsor. MR, Z. C. ISSACS Custodian OOAON COR WNHD — 1 =t NO — oO And The Band Played On In The Good Ole Summertime Boston Tea Party While We're Young You Haven't Changed at All Sixty Minute Men You're a Sweetheart Down By the Old Mill Stream My Blue Heaven | Was Drunk Last Night, Dear Mother It Couldn't Be True I'll Never Be The Same Girls’ Varsity Jeanette Cooke, Captain; Mary Lee Edmisten, Co-Captain; Corinna Shull, Rebecca Bingham, Clara Teague, Buddie Wey, Shirley Cooke, Mary Frank Gragg, Betty Ann Edmisten, Shirley Nor - ris, Peggy Hampton, Barbara Winkler, Mary Katherine Hollars, Jo Ann Phillips, Nancy Dee Win- kler, Margaret Watson, Manager, Jean Keplar, Manager, Miss Guy, Coach. Senior Varsity Members Corinna Shull Clara Teague Me : : Mister Boys’ Varsity Harbin Moretz, Co-Captain; Gene Reed, Co-Captain; Dick Lavendar, Bob Ray, Harris Greene, Jimmy Brendell, Billy Lyons, Cliff Keplar, Buddy McGuire, Phillip Templeton, Kim Miller, J.B. Greene, Bobby Barnes, Manager; Bill Talbert, Manager; Keith Phillips, Manager; Mr. Rogers, Coach. Senior Varsity Members Harbin Moretz Girls’ Junior Varsity Ruby Hartley, Captain; Jeanette Greer, Co-Captain; Betty Brendell, Mary Wanda Hodges, Mar- garet Winkler, Martha Brown, Frances Rush, Jo Ann Phillips, Patsy Hampton, Irma Lee Moretz, Christine Hartley, Manager; Miss Guy, Coach. Boys’ Junior Varsity Jimmy Greer, Co-Captain; Randy Maddux, Co-Captain: Bobby Brendell, Fred Gragg, S. G. Tug- man, Tony Winkler, Tony Blue, Earl Norris, Mark Hodges, Robert Hughes, Billy Collins, B.M. Miller, James Shell, Manager; Phil McGuire, Manager; Mr. Rogers, Coach. Main Squad Cheerleaders Pat Aldridge, Norma Jean Bumgarner, Jane Rivers, Ruby Lee Hartley, Betty Ann Edmisten, Mary Katherine Hollars, Mrs. Lancaster, Sponsor. te we aia. gg % wae st % Junior Squad Cheerleaders Reba Greene, Barbara Storie, Laura Holshouser, Minnie Austin, Helen Parker, Mrs. Lancaster, Sponsor. Football Squad Harbin Moretz, Co-Captain; Charles Taylor, Co-Captain; Bill Talbert, Charles Winkler, Armfield Coffey, Bill Jones, Donald Lyons, Milton Barden, Gene Reed, Bob Ray, John Norris, Jimmy Idol, Jim Brown, Kermit Ashley, Guy Hunt, John Jackson, Elton Greer, Rex Barnes, Jimmy Brendell, Johnny Ray, Harris Greene, Bill Brown, Robert Hughes, Carlton Lyons, Randy Maddux, Glenn Wellborn, Tony Winkler, B. M. Miller, Bobby Brendell, James Burris, Charles Micheal, J. W. Wellborn, James Shell, Conley Harrison, Roy Miller, Jimmy Watson, Fred Gragg, Manager; Ken- neth Wilcox, Manager; Junior Kerhoulas, Manager. Football Scores EIGHT GOOD REASONS WHY OUR TEAM WAS CO-WINNER OF THE HIGHLAND TOURNAMENT WE THEY Hudson (h) 20 19 Spruce Pine (a) 18 13 Sparta (h) 40 0 Elkin (a) 31 Fi Bakersville (a) 9 12 Granite Falls (h) 14 12 Lansing (a) 30 6 Crossnore (h) 46 6 MOST VALUABLE: PLAY ERSi...0 con atm ta cere see ARI GLE LD COFFEY CHARLES TAYLOR BEST BLOCKER Saher crcl clet ecto ec a tat ae warner [NED ROWIN BESTS TACK LER os cioret sna ite jessie certs ee rant | DADA YL DG MOST IMPROVED Soe taras. «cin ate eres LOIN Ya NiKaLeR ur Miracle Men’’ Coach Everette, Head Coach; Coach Hooks, Backfield Coach; Coach Grissom, Line Coach. Co-Captains Charles Taylor and Harbin Moretz “The Devils Who Got To Be Seniors’ HARBIN MORETZ gar 65 Ae ones Li En eig Tackle CHARLES TAYLOR Weight 160 Quarterback KERMIT ASHLEY f | Weight 140 men ee att . Tackle Weight 190 - Tackle es ARMFIELD COFFEY Weight 150 Half Back DONALD LYONS Weight 160 Full Back JOHN NORRIS Weight 135 Guard BILL JONES Weight 155 Guard ; % Ei BILL TALBERT ¢ wyelent 135 BOB RAY bt tad Weight 180 End | JIM BROWN CHARLES WINKLER Weight 145 Weight 150 Guard | Half Back 99 ion ils In Acti ittle Dev Our L e Homecoming Scenes “Around School” BANCE. AHS. = GROSSHORE GAME Nov 7 We vote. Enjoying the ballgame? In the " Rec Room. " Say cheese, please. SOIR OSL XO COS Ye S08 XX OSS 82 O x S50 9, SORROWS LG MEIC OOS © SOx) ta tatseceeore COD oD, SSSI S55 SKS OQ Sx 4 LO 05 YQ eeeestasann ene ce 2 x ROOK Scenes Serenata SENN 5 CO e, SOX S S 8 MX BRS ees CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS 1952 - 53 A Friend COURTESY OF WATAUGA DEMOCRAT Established 1888 BOONE’S OLDEST BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENT : : : : COMPLIMENTS OF BELKS DEPARTMENT STORE ‘‘THE HOME OF BETTER VALUES” Boone, North Carolina ‘“‘MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT BELKS”’ WINKLER’S GROCERY Fresh Meat, Staple Groceries and Picnic Supplies At Your Friendly Grocery Store P hone 361-W Blowing Rock Road Boone, N. C. COMPLIMENTS OF FARMER’S HARDWARE AND SUPPLY CO. INC. “Serving This Section for More Than 25 Years.” Phone 1 Boone, N. C. “ A Complete Dairy Service to Y our Home’’ HILLSIDE DAIRY PRODUCTS INC. HOME OWNED AND HOME OPERATED POO Or: Boone, N. C. Opposite Bus Station Phone 194 PYLPV OV LI OLIF OLD LP OLD PD POLIO OL OLD DV AP OLD LP LP OAD VAP! PLP OLD CPL AP VP COMP AD OLD OLI VA OVP LP LPP TAP AP LP OLD Compliments DVIHKBVHOVHQID of BLUE RIDGE MOTOR COMPANY Your OLDSMOBILE Dealers 88 Sales and Service 98 Phone 179 BILL’S DRIVE-IN Sandwiches Fountain Service BARNETT MOTOR COMPANY PONTIAC CARS Phone 237 INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS AND FARM MACHINERY Compliments of RADIO AND ELECTRIC CO Expert Radio Repair QDI POEIQDIOYIYID: -| 2 MOTOROLA TELEVISION Sales and Service Depot Street Boone, N. C. TRAILWAY LAUNDRY, INC. AND TRAILWAY CLEANERS, INC. “The Best in Laundering and Dry Cleaning.” Phone 79 Boone, N. C. WATAUGA TRADING POST Groceries, Shoes, Drygoods At LOWER PRICES DICK and ROY KEPLAR, Mgrs. Vilas Nac. PPD OOD OPO DDHD a | | J To 27a) SE eee fe ahev Ss OR Base dav til = eum d pe 2) ee awd YH, Sad jt ace [pe nape volad| Je Pay Gs 4 tor. a ae [hos Cae og! Say anon (ad pS |b rey, Lietes coat a Avel| 5 env 2g Pye See " 5 1, ews hija. Bh ree JES) tre beh, ee 2 (on spate cand wlesay s, the Es bets oa de Ld: on So4 EAN J 5 Dur ls Ue (ey) (aur ve aye tll rtath WS aus oy CO Ans se, , 45 Sf pw De. Yor [ia be Oe “ ls (, Pigs 5 ter Rise ona da a 4 Sas 5 sar 4) ter a sw art gwget u jo oyahhe eid pra ALL, oe sao beh fs Ke: eo. By ee Bes 6 Soy a de ee ay of we tr ct fare ano SHH eI UE IES) UCI CIT a : | | | S ee en ee i no OE ee BOOSTERS The Following are Boosters of Appalachian High School WATAUGA TOURIST COURT BLACK BEAR TOURIST COURT HAMBY TOURIST COURT MR. AND MRS. JACK GRAGG MR. AND MRS. BILL KLUTZ MR. AND MRS. J. V. CAUDILL A FRIEND WALKER’S JEWELRY STORE JO’S BEAUTY SHOPPE QUALL’S BEAUTY SHOP MARVIN RUSSELL GORDON WINKLER JOE TODD Cc. C. WILCOX Mm. AND MRS. MALTBA RUBY AKERS REV. EDWIN TROUTMAN GLENN HODGES MR. AND MRS. W. B. YORK SRL Aa tn te A A Gn to i it Ar A in mL oe AN A oy a eign FINE CLASS RINGS ANNOUNCEMENTS YEARBOOKS AWARDS JOSTEN’S Since 1897 Representative Mr. Ralph Shelley 408 Third Avenue West Hendersonville, N. C. — CHARTER BUS SERVICE “If a group is going ..... the band, students, or alumni ..... you'll find the modern bus the nicest, the most convenient, and the easiest way to travel. Queen City Drivers have a way with traffic --- it’s their business --- and can get you to your destination and back with the greatest of ease. Plan your trip as early as possible. Reserve your transportation with Queen City Charter Coach Service.”’ QUEEN CITY TRAILWAYS | : | DP? PDD OLD OLD VD POL CLP OLD OLD WLP. POPOL CLO OLP LIV CLP VAD CLP OLIV LP OVP LP OLD LVL DLP LI OLD OLD WATAUGA SALES AND SERVICE ‘When Better Cars are Built BUICK SALES AND SERVICE GMC TRUCKS Buick will Build Them.”’ Phone 124-J HOME JEWELRY STORE Expert Watch Repair “Good Luck Seniors”’ PARKWAY COMPANY INC. Hardware, Electrical and Gas Supplies RULANE GAS Box 472 BoonesaN 7G. Boone, N. C. Compliments WATAUGA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Congratulations to the Senior Class 1952-53 MOUNTAIN MOTEL Boone, N. C. Phone 830-J Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Tatum Owners and Managers New - Quiet - Private Baths - Restful - Beautyrest Mattress es BLUE RIDGE MOTOR COURT Boone’s Finest Steam Heat Private Baths Beautyrest Beds Playground for Children Phone 552-W or 511-W 1 Mile East of Boone, N. C. ae of LONGVUE MOTOR COURT AND CAFE . KEKE KKK KKK KKK KKK KK RK KK KKK KK KK EK Compliments Phone 463 Boone, N. C. of 18 Units With Solid Maple Furniture and Private Baths Compliments of Boone, N.C. Compliments of BOONE FLOWER SHOP B. W. STALLINGS Flowers for All Occasions Your High School Jeweler Phone 214 Night 321-W Boone, N. C. “At The Sign of The Clock’”’ “Good Luck Seniors”’ HOLLAR’S GROCERY STORE Compliments B. W. Ellis, Owner of Fresh Vegetables - Frozen Foods Western and Local Meats KAY’S LUNCHES Boone, N. 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