Appalachian State University - Rhododendron Yearbook (Boone, NC)

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1 ! ) rho(il®( @ciiidroii DR. WILLIAM H. PLEMMONSs if l cs i tc e i. annual publication of appalachian state teachers college boone, north Carolina 1956 rhododendron ' ' " «» ia «p- edited by Camilla welborn managed by carolyn harmon APRIL 11 filled with new faces, manv changes, new coursps, King footba ll and the bountiful beauty of the surrounding mountains. 13avs pass quickly and suddenly a blanket of snow transforms our campus into a ision of loveliness. W ith winter come dances, basket- ball, concerts, term papers and exams. Then, spring with the awakening that our vear is almost completed. Hours are crowded with baseball, tennis, last-minute projects, Mav Dav, and finally graduation. A vear at Appalachian— 1956— truly, a vear of changes— a new administration, new buildings, new rules, but perhaps the greatest change— the maturing of young minds in the direction of independence and individuality. MAY dedication To one who has gi en generously of herselt in her deahngs with us, demonstrated faith in our integrity, and helped us to understand ourselves and others better, we, the staff of the 1956 Rhododend ron, dedicate this volume to Miss Barbara Stephenson, a teacher, a counselor, a friend. administration Will I i Pi lmmons A.B., M.A., Ph.D Pres ' hiciil I). B. Dougherty n.S., Ph.D.. D. Lit., D. Ed. President Emeritus ]. D. Rankin A.B., A.M., S.T.D. Dean Emeritus Pane Eisjit Bernard Dougherty, B.S. ' icL ' ' Preside)it and Comptroller D. J. Whitener, A.B., AI.A., Ph.D. Dean of College Chappel Wilson, A.B., M.A. Dean of Graduate School Leo. K. Pritchett, A.B., M.Ed. Dean of Men Barrara Stephenson, B.S., M.A. Dean of Women Herman R. Eggers, A.B., M.A. Registrar Pa e Nine department heads Catherine S.miiii, U.S., iM.A. Art Ray Derrick, B.S , M.S., Ph.D. A. l . Smith, A.C, A.M. Chemistry Dii. Herbert W. VVev, B.S., M.A., 1). Eel. lichiciitioii Lucv Eir.EN Brock, B.S., A.B., M.S. Idiiic Icouoiuics (.RAvnoN p. Eggers, A.P... A.M., Pli.l), Fri ' jiish Ila M i: J Avi.on, A.B., B.S., in L.S. Library Science J. T. C. VVniGin, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Mdlhciihitics Gordon A. Nash, A. 15., M.A. Music W. Rmnus, B.A.. M.S., Ph.D. Personnel and Guidance Frederick Kirchner. B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Physical Echicatioii Starr N. Stacy, B.S., M.A. Physics Wiitv r. Smith, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Psycholof y I). J. Wiiminhi. .n., M.A., Ph.D. Social StUilics f u t RoscoE Allen, B.S., M.S. Typing Mary Austin, B.S., M.Ed. Home Economics Carolyn Baker, A.B. Physical Education John G. Barden, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Edmcation Robert Broome, B.S., M.A. Physical Education Golden T. Buckland, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Mathematics Helen Burch, A.B., M.A. Geoaraphy Ruth F. Campbell, A.B., M.A. Modern Laiwuaoe Irwin Watson Carpenter, Jr., B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Biolog,y Walton S. Cole, B.A., M.A. Music Francis Cook, B.A., M.A. Enalish Edwin Siiull Dougherty, B.S., M.A. Social Studies Nellie E. Dry, B.S., M.S. Btisiness Education D.MKv W. Eggers, B.S., M.S. English Nicholas Erneston, B.M.E., M.M., M.E. Music Leonard Eury, A.B., B.S., in L.S., M.S. in L.S. Lihrarian Peter William Everett, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Edaication Tharl Richard Fisher, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Biology V ' iLLiAM Edmund Fulmer. A.M., M.Ed., Ed.D. Education John Bowen Hamilton, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. English W. Richard Hargrove, B.S., M.Ed. Education WiNETTE L. Hargrove, B.M., M.A. Music Walter A. Hawkinson, B.S. Mathematics Cleone H. Hodges, A.B., M.S. Health and Physical Education Allie a. Hodgin, B.S., B.S. in L.S. Reference Librarian David Hodgin, B.A., I LA. English William S. Hoffman, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Social Studies Francis L. Hoover, B.S., I LA. Physical Education Rena C. Hoover, B.S., LA. Social Studies Vance C. Howell, B.A., i LA. Social Studies INLiRY Alice Huff, A.B., A.B. in L.S. Library Cataloguer Isabel Fleming Jones, B.S.Ed., M.Ed., Ed.D. Education faculty W iLLiA.M ). Jones, B.A., B.S., M.. .. rh.l). AI usic John Mitchell Justice, A.B., A.M. Social Studies Ida Belle Ledbetter, A.B., M.A. Biok ii X ' iRGiNi.A Mary Linney, 15. 1, MM. Mil sic Janie Matthews, B.S.. M.A. Physical Education Allen Guy Montcomery, B.A., B.S., L.L.B., M.A., M.S. Mathematics W . W . Powell, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. English Mary Eunice Query, A.B.. A.B. in L.S. Lihrarian ToMMiE Lou Raines, B.A.. M.A. Psrc io ooi Lee Francis Reynolds, B.S.. M.A. Ed.D. Education Madge L Rhyne, B.S., MS. Home Economics V. Hoyt Safrjt, B.S.. .M.A. A I II sic George L. Sawyer, B.S., LA. Social Studies Janet D. Sharp, B.S. Home Econotnics Loris Shipman, B.S., A.B., M.A. English Zeb Shook, B.S.. M.S. LibrariiTt! M ' lLLiA.M G. Spencer, B.M.. M.A. Music James E. Stone, B.S., M.S., Ed.D. Education K athryn Croft Tully, A.B., M.A. Business Education Vera C. Tunnell Librarian Periodicals Ina W. Van Noppen, B.S., M.Am., Ed.D. Social Studies John ]. Van Noppen, A.B.. M.A., Ed.D. Enijish R. W. Watkins, A.B.. M.A. Physical Education ' iviA.N W. VVelborn, B.S., M.S. Dietifian James C. White, Jr., B.A., M.A. Psychology Gratis D. Williams, A.B.. ALA. Etig is i Elizabeth K. Williams. B.S. Art Ruth Ann Williams, B.M.. .M.M. Piano Myrtle B. Wilson, B.S. M.A. Education John H. Workman, A.B., ALA.. Pii.D. Ecmtomics Julian Clifton Yoder, B.S.. . LA.. Ph.D. Social Studies Mrs. J. E. Baskin Dauph-Blan Hostess Mrs. Annie S. Majette Lot ' i!! Hostess Mrs. Lottie Shulenberger White Hall Hostess mm James Robert Baird Morganton Roy Evans Dubberly, La. Richard Barker Mooresville Alden H. Halsey Grassv Creek Jack Branch Hickory Loretta Howe Burlinoton Jean Carinuchael Gastonia Mary Hudson Greensboro luLiAN Carr Hillsboro Nancy Latham Mocksville graduate students Jesse E. Lippard Statesville Edith Ray Gastonia Mary Little Stanfield Max Garland Rieves Greensboro Eunice Lowman Boone Ralph Williams Boone Lloyd McDanields Boone Sandra Wilson Ashe ille Glyde Myers Hayes Max Whitaker Forest Citv New faces, new professors, new classes; all the order of the day- forlorn, homesick freshmen with that confused look— " Can ' t you do anythint around this place without standing in line? " — fo£gotten toothbrushes and pillows— " It was a wonderful summer, but it ' s r ly great to be back! " — unlimited late lights in the dorms— the appearaJtee the first issue of the APPALACHIAN —ushering in King Fo tb4Jl and the thrill of the first kickoff of the first game— " Thes? ;£{gshmen really look younger everv year, don ' t they? " — the absence oP the traditional whistle— the aging xjf a green freshman as he becomes acqtjiiinted with his pattern of life for the next nine months and fifttis himself enveloped in a maze of parallel reading, biology labs, term papers, and orientation- the annual " Y " Big Sister-Little Sister Party- the yells of " linebrfaker " that greet some poor, unfortunate freshman who forgot the cafeteria line— the magnificent new gymnasium, the wonderful new addition to the library, and the ' ery, very much needesl addition to the Bookstore— get-acquainted parties It all the churches— rehashing summer experiences and noting the absence of familiar faces— mashe fingers from the " interior decorating " in the dorms— " Boy, I ' ll ne ' er sur i ' e three quarters of Education! " — peprallies- settling hack into the routine and pattern of it al . septe liiifs. lilies, lilies ii key to ihc liiliirc they look yoiiiiger exx ' rv year the beginning of a )ion here at ASTC we " 1 just don ' t know " official velconles on both sides ew life .... astc frosh " Y " siugspiratioii at dusk fresh resnman class off icers Ted Watson Prcshh-iil Jack Thornton VicL ' -Prcsiih ' iil LiLA Malone . . . Secretary Kelly Jones Treasurer Page Eighteen f h m n Claudius Odell Absher McGrady Jo Ann Absher West Jefferson Jean Carol Adams Yadkinville Joseph Vance zAlexander Lenoir Robert Craig Allen Saint Pauls Marion Ruth Allison Sparta Jerry Lemont Ammons Charlotte William Bruce Anderson Spindale Hazel Louis Armstrong Belmont Faye Lee Arrington Mount Airy James Houston Atkins Dobson Boyden Atwood Sparta Mary Ann Austell Cherryville Emily Jean Austin Gastonia Dean Garland Aui en N orth Belmont Bobby Ray Badc;ett Dobson NoRRis Ylander Bailey Spindale Stokes W. B uley Bakers ' ille Sally Smith Baird Valdese Jack Lee Baker Badin Llither T. Baldwin West Jefferson William Howard Bare West Jefferson Cornelia Ann Barker Elon College Barbara Ann Barlow Winston-Salem Mary Kathleen Barnett Ferguson Herbert A. Bartley Lowgap Edna Ruth Baucom Barium Springs Ephriam Luther Beam Cherry ilie Julius Alexander Beam Roxboro Benjamin Bentley, Jr North Wilkesboro James H. Bentley, Jr North Wilkesboro Shirley Dean Berry Charlotte Margaret Brewer Peggy Ann Brittain Audrey Marie Brown Larry Wade Brown Martha Jean Brown Marv Lois llisou n Nancy Ann Brown Robert Brown William L Brown James Broyhill Bobby Bruton Emma Jene Bryant Carol Edity Burcii Anna Burgess Billy Burns Janice Burris Niiitli W ' ilkc ' sboro Aslieboro S;incly Ridge Marion W ' inston-Salcm C " lic ' riy illc Lniirinlniii . Jonesvillc Ijlowing Rock Moravian Falls Mount C ' .ilead I cnoir Bat Cave Ramseur Drcxcl Oaklioro 19 5 6 DoNAi 1) III 111 Kin III! 1 Conaird Rl-HEC ' CA KiNC. BlNGllAM BoDIIC AiiiiiiiH Ldwin 1)1 ACKiuiiiN Criim]-)lcr Ann jAcgiiELVN Bi aki ii Winston-Salem l!i ANCHE Blevins Crumpler Llster Ctarner Blevins Ciassy Creek Beniamin Iranklin Bolkk, Jn. Boone joii.N Dauhell Bosi Concord Beitv Iean Bowman Asheboro W II 1 i M C.HKN Bovi Ls Mount . ii Ci iNioN OoHi L BovTE Carthage lo Anne Bradford . Concord |amls Bradley Llkin Eluert Carl Brady Robbins SiuRLiE Barbara Bradv Cranite Lalls Maxie Lee Brann East Bend Page Twenty f h m n Bill Roy Butler High Point Joyce Byars Greensboro Annis Marie Byers Forest City Albert Ray Byrd Mount Gilead Diane Louise Byrd Winston-Salem Bobby G. Cagle Concord Rebecca Anne Cagle Concord Anna Gail Camp Cherry ' ille Robert Darrell Cambell Grumpier Shirley ' Anne Cambell Taylorsville Jimmy Rhodes Cannon Lenoir Jay N. Canter Purlear Carolyn Cleo Capshaw Statesville Robert B. Carlton Lenoir Carroll Newton Carpenter Lenoir Mary Lou Carpenter Marion William Carpenter, Jr Cherryviile Martha Duvall Carter Lenoir Peggy Ann Gray Carter Winston-Salem Richard Hill Carter Rockingham Kathryn Gartner Winston-Salem Sandra Carole Caudell Roxboro Betty Lou Caudle Goldston Linda Lou Gavin China Grove Rebecca Chamberlain Boone Buddy Bryan Chapman Stony Point Frank Childress Winston-Salem Barbara Chipman North Wilkesboro Mickey Ray Clark Cherryviile Willie Lawrence Clayton Roxboro James Irwtn Cobbler Mount Airy [AMES L. Collins Gastonia Page Twenty-one Cecil Dei.linger Spruce Piiu- Louise Evelyn Dei lincer Crossnorc Mary F.i len Dellinger Lawndiilc Sara Janette Dickson l ' noir Martha Irene Dishmond New I lope Donald Ray Dodson Sanci Ritl je Joyce Dulin Charlotte lma Sue Eagle Salisburv Marvin Glenn East Stuart, Va. Miles L. Eckard 1 lildebran Bobby Eugene Edwards Cooleemee Geraldine M. Edwards West Jefferson Phyllis Ann Edw rds Monroe MvRA Elaine Efird .Allx ' tnarle Ann Eller . (iranite I alls Carson F. Eller Vilas 19 5 6 Ellen [eaneite Cooki; Keniersx ille Nancy Ellen Cooke I awiuiale nEMv Jane Coni ey Shelby i VIS Lee Couum Lcaksvillc Patricia Ann Costner ' ale Jt)AN Lli.en Gotten Blucliekl, . Va. Janet Christine Cozart Granite Falls Evelyn Elizabeth Crau; Blowing Rock Ieanetie Louise Crar; Moryanton I I ARi LAN Craic Graver Concord James Patsy Crews . W ' insion Salem [oiiv Ciu I ERS Boone Marv Lrvin Dale . Shelby I ACK Jennings Danielle Glen Alpine Jim McDow Darby Winston-Salem Sarah Frances Davis Valle Crucis Page Tueiilv-Mro f h m n Colon Wayne Eller North VVilkesboro Jerry Carolyn Eller Millers Creek Jewell Christine Eller Wilkesboro Tony C. Eller Millers Creek Carl McEwen Ellington Charlotte Mary Alex. nder Elliott Charlotte Shelba Jeanne Elliott Winston-Salem Bobby F. England Spindale Charles Arthur Enloe North Belmont Thomas Daniel Evans Fort Pierce, Fla. Freda Faye Felts North Wilkesboro S. rah Frances Fields Pleasant Garden Bobby Fincannon North Wilkesboro Kenneth B. Fink Kannapolis Shirley nn Flippen Pilot Mountain Bobby Gene Flowe Mount Pleasant David Franklin Floyd Denton Robert Billy Flynn Forest City Mary Carol Foster Mill Spring Paul Jones Foster North Wilkesboro Joe Terry Francis Stuart, Va. Katherine Sallie Frazier Wilkesboro Nancy J. Frazier Lenoir Billie Eugene Frye Concord James Lawrence Fulmer, Jr Drexel Ira Gwyn Gambill North Wilkesboro Iames Donald Gardner Mount Airy Kay Frances Gantt Catawba John Alfred Gardner Mount Airy Frances Ruth Gettys Ellenboro Ralph M. Gilbert Lincolnton Charles Edward Gilchrist Lillington Pa e Twenty-three Charles B. Cuy Statcsvillc Paitie Sue Haca . East Bend Lillian Eleanor 1 Iacler Concord Benny Thomas Haithcock Mount Gilcad Charles A. 1 1 all Spruce Pine EnviN (). Hai.lvburton lenoir Lamar Eugene Hammett Concord Ielma Amelia Hamrick Lllenlioro Barbara Ann I Lsrmon Clastonia Edith Pauline Harmon Lenoir Carol Harrell Bakersvillc Glen Wade Marrelson Chcrryvillc Bobby Joe Harris Mill Sjirint; IiMMY Payne I L rris()n Pjoone Patrick R. 1 Iarrison Denton Ruiiv Lee Hartley Boone 19 5 6 |ami;s C C ' .iYLNs (iiul.ile Charles P Ci i-nn Marion Nancy Norrita CJoble Stony Point Hunter Coforth Rutlicrfonlton CiRAY Lowe Goincs Mount Air Mariha Lee Goodson Lincolnton Mariiia nn Grai) MorLjaiitoii CiiAiu Ls NL Graham Todd Donald Earl GiRaham hutlu■ •s 111 L NA C.rav Salisbury (iiAiu Ls Cip.A Greene Sherwood Mary Caroline Greene Blowing Rock Phyllis Kaye Greene Lludson Titus Walter Greene Gastonia Barbara Ester CiRUBBS Winston-Salem Fred Lewis Gurley, ] . Statcsvillc Pa jc Twenty-four f h m n Shirley Anne 1 Iarvey Jefferson Nellie Harv ard Polkton Dale Hedrick Denton Charles Helms Cherryville Jean Henderson Wilmington Jack Hennessee Lenoir Glen Hentschel Granite Falls Clyde Davis Hice Lenoir Betty Jean Hicks Sugar Ctrove Betsy Carol Hill Shelby Douglas Brevard Hill Avondale Eugene Dale Hill Lowell Betty Ruth Hodges Boone Reba Irene LIodges Sugar Grove Jo Anne Holder Elkin Eddie Gray Holshouser Faith Bryan Eugene Holt Mebanc Dorothy Lee Holt Spencer Patricia Honeycutt Linwood Glenda Harney Speedwe ll, Va. Donald Edwai d Houser Vale Edith |osephine Houston Charlotte Ralph Glenn Hoyle Lincolnton William Hubbard Moravian Falls 1 loMER Lee Huffman North Wilkesboro Carl Francis Hughes Badin Charlotte Hltghes Concord Robert D. Hughes Boone Betsy Jean Hullander Cherry illc Thomas Hundley Stuart, Va. Carolyn FIutchins Granite Quarry Paul Jerry Hutchins Winston-Salem P«ge Twenty-five Patbicia Lou Jones Roger Douglas Jones Bii.LiE June Joyce Margaret Ann Joyner Mary nn Kepi ie art John Dwid Kilby Gus Martin Kirby . Sarah Io Klutz Emma |ean Knouse Sylvia Ann Laird Rlissell Noble Larcom Nancy Fare Larrimore NL rgaret Ann Laughter Mary Frances Lawson Frank Dwin Leatuerman Albert Leonard Ledford Roxboro Toast Francisco . . Kernersvillc Charlotte Clicrry illc Clr mitc Falls Salisbury Winston-Salem Ad ' ance High Point Kernersvillc Rutherfordton rohaccoxilie Vale 19 5 6 loiix Fane Idol, Jr Boone Shelby Jean Ingram Kernersvillc Becky Isenhour Boone Betty Sue Isenhour Flickory Charles Eugene Iver Norwood Susan Elizabeth Iack Fryon losEPHiNE L. Jackson Jackson illc, Fla. l ' )()Bi3v Joe Jenkins Avondiilc Leah Christine Jenkins Gastonia Kernell Lee Johnson Newland Phillip Eugene Johnson Bostic Shirley Fay Iohnson Boonxillc Peggy Faye Jonas Vale DiiLiE Jean Jones Benson Carrie Elizabeth Jones Laurel Springs Kelly Ray [ones W ' inston-Salcm Pagfi Twenty-six f h m n Barbara Ann Ledford Gastonia Franklin Eugene Leonard Marion Betty Joyce Leonard Shelby Mary Francis Lewis Stanley Janice Virginia Little Newton Joyce Malinda Little Newton Monte Ann Little Jefferson Sara Lois Little Gastonia Thomas Carl Little Warrensville Carolyn Jane Long Winston-Salem Carolyn Roberta Long Rockingham Charles Lennox Long Nankina Virginia Marie Long Jefferson Peggy Anne Lonon Marion Dara Estelle Lowe Lowgap Harold H. Lowery Gastonia Thad Moore Lowery Kerners ' ille Beti ' y Arlene Lutz Clemmons Bill Lyons Boone Mary Joyce Lytle Lexington Aubrey Edward McBride Mount Airy Nancy McNeill McCallum Lenoir M. Elizabeth McCormick Broadway James B. McCraw Gaffney, S. C. William O. McDaniel Rutherfordton Sibyl Mae McDonald Forest City Theresa Marlene McGee Lenoir Margaret Elizabeth McGinnis Cliffside William C. McGraw, Jr Shelby Ben Neal McKee Shelby Nancy Glenn McLean Lowell Norma Belle McNeill Creston Page Twenty-seven 19 5 6 Joseph Eduauu Masi Boone Carolyn Faye Medlin Monroe Jean Yvonne Medi.in Greensboro Nellie |anette Michael Millers Creek Betiv Lou Miller Xortii W ' ilkcshoro KaTHR N ElAINI- Mil I 1 1 ' , Stony Point Nina IIaideane Miillh 1 litkor)- Sylvia Ann Miller . Fairmont , . Ray MiNTON Boone Dan W. Mitchell Statesvillc Harry Clyde Moore, Jr. Stanley Thad B. Moose Newton uDNA Austin Moretz . . . Boone Cahi I . Motsincer Ktrncrsv illc Johnny Edward Iu I) Statcs illc Charles Ronald MuR C ' liarlottc 1 loRAcL IIavuooi) Mahuuv Ailiomarle Carol Sandra Mackie Granite I alls David Cook Mackerell Ciastonia Iames Thomas M dison Statesvillc J MEs Frank Maines Se()tl illc P lll 1 Ih.N ' RV M AILRS Gastonia Fila Louise 1 !alone. . . Greensboro Shirley Jane Maness. . . 1 roulm.m George W. M nrion. Jr. ... Dobscin Edgar Earl i L rlowe, Jr. . Kin s Mountain NL ry Jean NLvrshall Mount .Airy RoSCOE F. ALVRSHALL Granite Lalls 1 1 ALL Alexander Martin. . . Gastonia ' ArRiciA , nn Mariin Marion AMES Arthur Mast Marion |()ii . i len Mast. Su ar (iro e Page Tweniy-eig,ht f h m n Thomas Claude Neal Fort Mill, S. C. Roger Wiley Nl on Mountain Park Sarah Rlith Nixon Ramseur Margaret Nolan Winston-Salem Earl Norris Boone James Henry Northcutt Wadesboro Shirley Ann Osborne Mountain Park Verdie Carol Osborne Greensboro Mabel Yvonne Painter Lincolnton Margaret Lorene Parker Mill Spring Alice Linda Patton Hickory George Edwin Paylor, Jr. Roxboro Ann Augusta Peeler Salisbury Phyllis Anne Pharr Davidson Georgia Ann Philbeck Lattimore James Donald Phillips Mooresville RoiM Boyd Phillips Stony Point Shelva Jean Pickler New London James B. Pilkenton Lenoir Marlene Pilkento n Lenoir Betty Anne Pinkston Salisbury Clyde William Plyer Statesville Peggy Ann Poteat Yancey ille Carolyn Odell Priddy Mount Airy Pansy Pritchard Spindaie Kathryn Mae Propst Lenoir Amelia Patricia Putman Henrietta Syble Ann Putman Waco Phoebe Anne Ramey Pahokee, Fla. Betty June Ramsey Boone Harriet Joyce Redding Gastonia Everett Lee Redmond Shelby Pnge Tweiitynine Ci.iNGMAN Blair Sells Monroe Grace Carol Sentell I IcikIcisoiu ilk ' William Murdie Sermons Supiily Mary Edna Shore Cycle Robert n. Shore l51owing Rock Sybil Ann Short St,itcs illc Reba Ann Shuford Statcsvillc James Eugene Shull Drexel I hanklin Carroll Siiytles Caroleen Nancy Carolyn Sides Salishury Shirley Dean Sigmon Catawba Ann Denna Sills Kannapolis Bruce Bender Sink Lexinj ton Henry Rodney Sink Tliomas illc Bill Charles Slayton Cranitc lalls Paul Allyn Sloop Mooresvillc 19 5 6 Gail Deloris Reid Granite Falls , l itv liizAiuriii i l II) lli()mas illc 1 red Reynolds Cherryville Frank Rhodes rhomasville Patricia Sue Richard Bogcr Citv Alice Faye Ritchie Rockwell Caroi . |iiNi; RoiiiNsoN Charlotte Thomas Claiiul Roi and ' arrcns illc Shirlev Frances Rollins Monmc Frances Geh I II A Rooi ' i; 1 lays Henry James Rossi I lollywooci, 11a. Robert Glenn Ruoisill Mount I lolly Roland Bennie Rumfelt Marion Martha Ann Russell Salisbury Roy Lynn Sarvis Cramerton Claude W ' li.i iam SA At:L McAdciuillc Page Thirty f h m n Betty Smith Minneapolis Emily Ellen Smith Gastonia Maey Edith Smith King Ralph Donald Smith Mt. Airy William Smith Shelby William Snyder Winston-Salem Thomas Staley Asheboro Mabel Sue Steele Granite Falls Christine Stevens Mount Airy Christine Stratton Robbinsville Jimmy Stroud Jonesville Virginia Sullivan Lenoir Franklin Surratt Richfield Marlene Sutphin Boon ' ille Evelyn Talbert Albemarle Bobby Taylor Goldsboro Alice Marie Teague Lowell Maurice Templeton Boone Nancy Tesh Germanton Lillian Tester Winston-Salem Laura Thomas Broadway George Thornton Charlotte Peggy Timmons Mount Airy Ethel Townsend Banner Elk Coleen Triplett Blowing Rock Gladys Trowbridge Roxboro Harry Upchurch Mount Gilead Dolly Dawn Vanderlip Charlotte Joseph Van Dyke Blowing Rock Thomas Vannoy Purlear Gayle Vaughn Mount Airy Nora Janice Wagner Spencer Page Thirty one Riirii Cornelia West Mooresville Jack Norman Whisn Vnt Newton Raymond Earl Whitby Rnnnnokc Rajiids Alfred Gray White lilkin Cora Jane White Shelbv Joe Mac White I lickory Ann L. Whitesides Mill Spriiii; Bobbie Jean Whittington Purlear Harry David Whittington Charlotte Charles Kenneth Wilcox Boone Edgar Wilcox Nell Grey Wilhelm James Roger Williams Bertha Nell Wilson Boyce Rogers Wilson WooDiE D. Wilson Todd East Bend A ondalc Shclhy Spindalc I luilsoii 19 5 6 Ada Ii an W ' ai ki;n Shelby 1.. A. i Kill! Ciieenshiiro Rachel .Ann Walkeh liutlKrliiidiuii Ijaxter Lerov W ' ai i act; Lexington Charles Edw ahd Walsh North W ' ilkesboro Max Lane W arlkk Lavvndale l! i i!AiiA Ann W ' ai kins lorest City IIahoiu 1-iimiL W ' atson Lenoir joNEs Tr.D W ' atson Granite Lulls Mm: III I wr W ' aison Roxboro Lou I l() Waits l.ibor City Nancy Carol Weaver Lexington Wanda Lee Weese Miami. Lla. 1 1. G. Welborn North W ' ilke!,horo Tommy Dean Welborn North W ' ilkesboro Glenn 1)a iu W ' ii.i uokn ...Stonv Lork Pafie Tliirly-hro f h m n Ronald Loy Wise Vale Sue Carolyn Wise Salisbur - Iames C. Wood, Jr Lenoir Zane Neal Woodie Piney Creek Eula Mae Woodring Boone Nancy Carolyn Woodruff Lenoir Thomas H. Woodruff Pineola Charles Pinkney Woods Lenoir Patsy Louise Woody Morganton Doyle Annette Yarboro Vale Frances Emma Yates Waynesville Rliby Kathleen Young Morganton - «;■ ? 1 Page Thirty-three Doris Edwards Bus ' niess MiDUi ' icr Ellen Kate Koonce Assistant Busbiess Minini ' er lUlSSELL McDoNAIl) Susie Dobbins Lililor Associate Editor t h a p p a I a c h i a n MoRT Parks . Proofreader Valorie Mosher News Editor Dixon Hobehis Sports lulitor Jane Ewing Circiii hilioii MiDiai er Page Thirlyfour EDITORIAL STAFF Seated: Susie Dobbins, Russell McDonald, Val Mosher. Stand- ing: loe Baird, James Northcutt, Sibyl McDonald, Don Mc- Cracken, John Idol, Ann Cooper, Van Sellers, Joyce Thornton, Betty Snead, Pat Martin, Paula Ballard. Not pictured: Mort Parks, Conley Moffett, Barbara Green, Chris Elliott. SPORTS STAFF Seated: Richard Lapish, Charlie Crabtree. Standing: Grady Lewis, George Linker. Not pictured: Dix- on Roberts, Joe Hauser. CIRCULATION STAFF AND TYPISTS Standing: Dick Lowder, Patsanna Phillips. Seated: Libby Foster, Margaret Parker. Not pictured: Barbara Green, Billie Jean Jones, Carolyn Genty, Peggy Jo Badgett, Margaret Hedrick, Betty Cooke, Beulah Edwards, Frances Martin, Truett Wilson, Betty B. Cook, Jane Ewing. BUSINESS STAFF Seated: Ellen Kate Koonce. Stand- ing: Bill Clement, Margie Long. Not pictured: Doris Edwards, Joanne Marshall, Mary June Sheets, Roy Stockton, Jean Brown. chi lambda chi OFFICERS Bobby FIarre President EiM.MErr Elleixje Vice-President Nancy Snidhr Secretary MEMBERS Charles I lancock, Ted Watson, Doris G. Cole, Betty IIuHman, Bob Meyers, Julia i lough, Doris Gore, Lib Eargle, Nancy Snider, Bobby llarre, Lois Weast, Libby Brown, Sibyl McDonald, Bill Reinhart, Swann King, Jim Craig, Jo Graham, Sara Craulord, Ruth Bramletr, Julian Carr, Maxine Hartman, Joanne Matthews, |oYce Oilis, Margaret Cozart llartman, Camilla W ' elborn. Pa e Thirty-six for whom the crowds cheered The cadenced rh ' thni of numbers tfiat floats on tlic autumn breeze as the Moun- taineers work out e ' erv afternoon— the open- ing game and the first touchdown of the sea- son—the thrill of a perfectly executed end run— hours spent e ' erv week in skull prac- tice—a quarterback sneak that gi ' cs up an essential first down— freezing weather on game nights— faithful spectators, energetic cheerleaders, and a spirited band— beautiful broken field running that brings the crowd to its feet— a perfectly timed block by some lineman that allows a halfback to reach pay- dirt— the Tuesday night scrimmages— the trip down to Tampa— injuries, time-outs, and penalties— the rousing chorus of " Hi-hi-y-ike- us " that rises from the multitudes as the quarterback connects with an end for a touch- down pass— the Homecoming game— speeches at pep rallies— kicking an extra point to break a tie in the closino minutes of a game— the crack of Yosef ' s rifle as one of the number breaks awav and gallops fifty yards for a touchdown that puts the Mountaineers back into the lead— the halftime shows presented b ' the Band— all the sweat, blood, and tears that went so far toward making football au- tumn King of the Campus. Pag,e Thirty-seven on the h( coacnes C ' olON lFONG lloii l)Ho;).Mli li. C. Due INS, Head CddcJl |()iiN Kirk I ACK Bhanch managers Carl Draugiin Dickie Lam is 1 IllRHRT DaNC liD Lakey, Traiiici CIeorce Carter Pa e Thiriy-eig}it rid with the mountaineers the score Appalachian 46 Appalachian 6 Appalachian 19 Appalachian 13 Appalachian 21 Appalachian 26 Appalachian Appalachian 27 Appalachian 35 Appalachian Appalachian board in ' 55 Newport News 7 Western Carolina 7 Elon Lenoir Rhyne 26 Catawba 19 Emory Henry East Carolina 13 Guilford 6 Presbyterian 6 Tampa 38 East Tennessee 7 Pn?e Thirty-nine lill.l. SlA.NLEY Aubrey Elam Bill. W ' niTTlNGTOiN CiiARi.Es Taylor 5i V30 1 Ray Morris liiNioR Groce Boii MoRGiVN llM iMoORE Co-Captain llM KiSER Co-Captain R. E. CUMMINGS Jim Ollis Tal Harmon Jim Kiser Joe Garwood Bill Passon Bartley Harold James Marlowe Claude Savage lS;VraMStl!t ' !W Jack Moody I In I, Carter Bob Ward Harvey Ayers loHNNV MaIIHEWS Bob Poe 1 Iiij ARD Clark R. E. Cum MINGS joE Wheeling Frank Auten Rick Lippaed Ted Freeman Duck Hall Joe Eller Herb Edwards Dickie Bolin Ted Watson Phil Triplett William Wilson a|r -ii :5 r. rM: Autumn leaves of red, gold, brown, and green that turn the campus and surrounding peaks into a breath-taking riot of color- long afternoons spent on the tennis courts— hikes to Howard ' s Knob, Rich Mountain, and Tater Hill— " Betcha ' a movie that ■ ■ ■ T jlie Dodgers take the next one! " —Religious Emphasis Week . with Dr. RoberTHolt, Mr. M. T. Lambreth, Rev. Charles Hubbard, ano Dr. " Pearl) ' " Gates as speakers— " Mountaineers want bear meat! " — snake dances up tn --jMin street fo llowed by high-spirited pep rallies on the hotel lawh- the clang of the Victory Bell a9 ,it declares to the world that the N ountaineers have come through again— " Y " singspirations held around glowing bonfires— HOMECOMING— the annual presentation of the Pl ycrafters- the hustle andVbustle of last minute float preparations— the parade— the game under cloudless skies— the enthusiastic spectators— tntet energetic cheerleaders— the marvelous bands— the expectant hush that falls o er tlie crowd as it awaits the crowning of the queen —the dance thaa always turns out beautifully despite the fears and worries of the junior class— 12:00, and then it ' s history— after supper groups scattered up and down the street in front of the cafeteria— the soft strum of a uke mingled with mellow harmoj y as a group gathers for a " sing " — the nip that is more frequently in the air as the days grow shorter. October r ijf I ■■ ■ (1 f k X i2 H i 31 yl H 1 m I Hj Vy v7 1 ■. 1 ' {-flBI JH n. ' I H MM 1 f ' n ■ vis I TC u r 1 r? ' " r HllVB BJ mS Wm IHH ; , jcllowsJiijK serially lliinkiiig why serve Christ? lU ' ji ' iriitUiii ill soiio , the V. i. p. ' s of the entire event i challenge you religious emphasis week tn my opinion religious council OFFICERS Sara Crawford President Kermit Sigmon Vice-President Bobby Harrk Secretary Seated: Swann King, Rutli 1 Ivdcr, Duris Culf, Betsy Edwards. Doris Gore, Mrs. E. L. Lowman, Bobby Harrc, Sara Crawford, Jimmie Ritchie, Miss Betty Jo Hen- derson, Jane Wilcv. Jo Craham. Standing: Sandra Caudcll. Nancy McC alluni. Jcanettc Huffman. Wesley foundation OFFICERS Bobby Harre President Val Mosuer Vice-Preside«( Susie Dobbins Secretary First roiv: Mary Ellicjtt, Betsye Edwards. Johnny KiKjntz, Annis Byers, Hoslyn VVilkcrson, Edith Bracy, Eloise Norman, Joyce Lytic, Mae Weaver, Bill Snyder, Abby June Gibson. Nell Swofford. Wanda Smith. Second row. Rev. Lowman, Bruce Sink. Sibvl McDonald, Mary Lou Carpenter, Margaret Mitchell, Carolyn Hutchins, Earnest Combs, Gail Rcid. Barbara Barlow. Jean Ingram. Wade Becker- ditc. Doris Gore. Third row. Jerrv Hulchins. Rodney Sink, George Magness, Coleen Triplett. Joan Cotton, Velna Hall, Dale I ledrick, Shirley Henson, Julia Hough, Bob Harre, Joyce Keller, Susie Dobbins, Elinor Moorhcad. Foiirlli rcnv: David Wingatc, J. C. Boone, Jr., Paul Knight, Gary Reid, Dickie Bolin, Joyce Ollis, Kermit Sigmon, Linda Patton, Kelley Jones, Val Moshcr. Janus Northcutt, Mrs. E. H. Lowman, Carol Long, Nancy Harris, Sandra Cawdell. Page Forty-eight christian teachers club OFFICERS Lois Weast President Mary Ellen Goines Vice-President Nancy Jane Allison Reporter SwANN King Trecisurer Seated: Lucille Martin, Ruth Campbell. Sponsor; Doris Rhyne, Sara Crawford, Margie Huneycutt, Jennie Kerr, Jean Hunter, Swann King. Mary Ellen Goines, Lois Weast. Standing: Jo Graham, Joe Baird, Nancy McCallum, Carolyn Long, Carolyn Barnette, Bill Snvder, Cornell Jacobs, David Mackorell. Peggv Jo Jones, Bob Goforth, Jim Craig. Westminster fellowship OFFICERS Swann King President Jim Craig Vice-President Margie Huneycutt Secretary Sara Crawford Treasurer First row: Eva Rae Swing, Nancy Rimer, Edith Houston, Peggy Carter, Barbara Winkler, Ray Greene, Margie Huneycutt. Second row: Jean Carmichael, David Barrett, Sandra Wilson, Sara Crawford, Ruth West. Bob McClain, Bill Mayes, Nancy Snider, Ailene Lutz, Carol Harrell, Edna Baucom, Mary Reid. Harlean Graver. Third row: Lillian Deal, Doris Yarbrough. Josephine L. Jackson. Blanche Blevins, Jean Hunter, Doris Rhvne, Jeanette Jenkins, Lucy Priest, Lonnie Priest, Lois Weast, Jim Craig, David Mackorell, Jim Ritchie. Don Baucom, Swann King, Janice Burris, Ann Sills. Fourth row: Juanita Masters, Rev. J. K. Parker, Jr., Mrs. J. K. Parker. Jr., E. Ford King, Jr. lutheran student association OIHC KHS Jo Graham President Charles Taylor VicePresideiii III ' .I ran: e . I mil t man, Ch.iilfs lavliir. ) ' i Kimnl , Htlul I imnscnd. tranct.s Lant , Jo tJrahani, Jiainttf Huttman. Mr. t (ilc. Jcrrv Iroutman. Second rinr: Martha Watson, Ftlicl l obinson. Sue Jane Marmon. Carolvn Harmon, Mrs. Cole. Third roir: Beverly I larkcv, Deannc Miller, Robert Dcllinijer. Bettv Poin- dexter. Lowell Roof. Jane Goforth, Jane V ' ilcy, Bob Foil. Iinirlh rem : Levon Kearns, jini Marlowe. Jean Brown. Riek Lippard, .Mvra F.lird. Marv Gregory, Carl Henry. baptist student union OFFICERS Ruth Bramlett President Bill Sofley FirsI Vice-President Ann Poplin Second Vice-President F.RMA Ramsey SecTetary-Treasiirer First rem ' : Shelby Jean Pickler, Camilla Welborn, Bill Soflev, Ruth Bramlett, Ann Poplin. John Davis, Student Director; Erma Ramsey, Shirley Sharpc Campbell. Second row. Barbara Shaw, Pat Williams, Carolvn Lcftwich, Bob Myers, Emmett Elledge, Betty Jean Emmett, Gail Baucom, Joan MeLean, C ' ariil Jones, Ruth Hyder, Helen Brown. Third row. Jo Ann Smith, Evelyn Talbert, .Mary Lizzie Ounn, Chris Foster, Cilenda Thomas, Doris G. t olo. Nancv Palmer. .Marie Clayton. Beth Davis, Page Fifty « t Tfr tnu ? I 8 1 i i y. w. c. a. OFFICERS Doris Gore President Wade Beckerdite Vice-President Sara Crawford Secretary Shermll CoGDiLL Treasurer RosLYN WiLKERSON Chapel Program Chairman Ruth Hyder Relgious CoidwH Betsy Edwards Relgimis Cmiiicil Jennie Kerr Social Vice-President Elinor Morehead Publicity Chairman Margaret Warlick Social Service Chairman Camilla Welborn Membership Chairman Paula Ballard Editor of Y-Lite Dell Kemp Editor of Y-Lite Ann Moon Song Leader Nancy Snider Devotional Chairman Pat Williams Reporter Betty Haley Alumnae Chairman Norma E. Richardson Historian Barbara Stephenson Sponsor Jean Carmichael Sponsor Madge Rhyne Sponsor y. m. c a. Seated: Svvann King, Bob Myers, Frank Bentter, Conley Moffett, Bill Snyder, Emmett EUedge, Jim Craig, Calvin Hayes. Standittg: Mac George, Bob Burwell, Bob Greene, Charles Helms, Bobby Edwards, James Northcutt, Gray Holhouser, Claude Roland, Bobbv Fincannon. Jim Craic President Bill Sofley Vice-President Calvin Hayes Secretary James Huffman Treasurer Betsye Capel Janet Sue Houck Otis Carroll Bill Honeycutt Rachel Dancy Bill Rinehardt Robert Goforth, Chief Iulia Ross Bob Sigmon Joanne Shoupe h eerleaders Page Fifty-three homecoming at a. s. t. c. Homecoming, thnt mnoicnl dnv when hands march, crowds cheer, a queen is crowned, and Fun, lautjhter, and gaietv are the ortler ol the day. .»-lt Y -f ' !•■ 4 1 -■ - v ' - h ' liiJirif _£j ' i« . ■ ' ■ ■ ii r ' Ti Page Fifty-fmtT our homecoming queen Myra Efird and her court Carolyn Harmon, Frieda Felts, Dolly Koontz, Carolyn Wall, BiLLiE Kearnes. Center Myra Efird, Queen. Pa e Fifty-five |iM Ki Fn Presidevt Johnny Mattheus Secretary 1 HiciiARD Lapish Treasurer men s Rick Lippard Sergeantnt-arms lub CiEORGE Carter 1 . E. ClIM.MINGS Hub Deaton 1 li£Ri! Cioon I 1LL CIrEEN Teeman llAiriicocK r lK K I IaLL Barii Ev 1 I Annoi i) 1)11 1 Lee ||M Oil, IS r,()l! I ' OE Dixon Rorerts Va%e Fifty-six Don Alexander Charles Ckabtree Roddy Eaves Aubrey Elam Jerry Gates Tal Harmon Rex Kilby Benny Martin Charles Taylor Phil Triplett Bert Voet Ted Watson mrn : Wiff-- ' . i - v- ' ■•: . N- »:- . An awareness that the end of the quarter is fast approaching— hours spent in the lihrary reading parallel when you long to he elsewhere doing other things— the cold twilight that greets you now as you step outside the cafeteria after supper— the monotony oF ' erniless classes and homework— term papers and projects- gathering in tlie " =Qirls ' Gym from ti:00 ' til 8; 00 for " courses " in campusology— t}ie -f brave souls who attempt to dance delsite the ballgame in progress raveling down to Tampa to see the Mountaineers take on the Spgrtans- lyceum numbers — " Hey, do you know anybody who has r- jealbook to sell? " -the feelings of -disgust and hatred that inevitably accorripauy the 7:00 o ' clock r-r ring of that alarm clock and those heavenly few minutes of sleep that are snatched after it has been knock acrossUhe room— final exams— " burning the midnight oil ' over thousands of pages of illegible notes and smoking countless packs of cigarettes and consuming gallons of coffee in a brave effort to stay awake— the harrowing experience of having four exams on one day— last minute preparations for the Mountaineers ' trip to the Burley Bowl— " Praise Allah! I passed four out of five this time. " — the thrill of the first snow— bringing the football Reason to a close with the clash with East Tennessee at Johnson City— home for the holidays. , november the vets ' da — tin- lOtli ill 1492 cohtiiil ' its sailed sophomore year chow tunc parallel readiiio soph ' s assemble end of tlie quarter hJues , history, art tlie tJjoni in our flesJi I all in a day ' s work soph omore class off icers Walter Brovhill PTesident (not pictured) Kermit Sigmon Vice-President Ieanette Huffman Secretary |]()B Brady Treasurer Page Sixty-two sop h o mores Dorothy Jane Abernethv Hildebran CoRNETTE Amos Sandy Ridge Carol Jean Andrews Barium Springs VViLMA Gertrude Andrews Siler City Martha Adeline Ashburn Belews Creek Bill Austin Boone Mary Ellen Bagwell Fletcher James Rex Baird Morganton WiLLA Mae Ball Lansing Paula Ballard Mount Holly Mary Sue Banks Decatur, Ga. Bobby Barnes Boone Doris Jane Barr King Sallie Jo Beck Morganton Mariha Wade Beckerdite Winston-Salem Nellie Joan Bennett Salisbury Thomas Wright Berrier Winston-Salem Mary Carolyn Bicgerstaff Shelby fiMMiE D. Bivins Boger City Hal Ondra Biack Waco Dora Ruth Blackburn Matthews Richard A. Bolin Kings Mountain Carolyn Anne Bowden Asheboro CiNNiE Sue Brintle White Plains Fred Lee Brown Moravian Falls Bill Blake Bumgarner Millers Creek Caswell Yates Bumgarner Shelby Claude L. Bumgarner Millers Creek Julia Elizabeth Blimgarner Blacksburg, S. C. Gwendolyn |o nn Burgess Avondale Nancy Louise Burrows Asheboro |ack Ben Busic Wilkesboro Vnn Wall Cooper Burnsville Donald Page Cooper Llnimi Mills Billy Allen Cothran Union Mills Hiram Woodie Cox North Wilkcsboro John Edward Culleh Boone Ruth Dalton . Shelby Kenneth McManlis Davis Gastonia Nancy Cray Davis Winston Salciii Nancy Louise Davis Trinity Ray Davis Lexington Sara Elizabeth Davis Shelby Lillian Alice Deal Moorcsvillc Steve Deal Landis Robert H. Dellinger Crouse AIary ALaxine Dowell Winston-Salem Eva Elizabeth Dula Lenoir 19 5 6 Patricia Carol Caldwell . . North W ' ilkesboro Minnie Lou Campbeli Catawba lui.iA Anna Capps Black Mountain Donald Cray Carter Yadkinville Elizabeth Carter Lansing Clara Bonnie Carswell Morganton BoBBv Ross Cates Durham loHNNY Christy Kannapolis LiARY Alvin Ci.ark Lenoir Gail ALwis Coffey Hudson Sherrell Ellen Cogdill Shelby Martha Faye Collins Winston-Salem Ernest Roscoe Combs Galax, Va. Charles Lowell Cook Lowell Margaret Jean Cook Valle Crucis Bonnie Faye Cooke Mt. Airy ms Pfl e Sixty-four h m Jerry Wallace Eades Catawba Charles Lemuel Eaker Cherryville liMMY Martel Eaker Crouse Mary Alice Eaves Shelby George David Eddleman Winston-Salem William Frank Edmisten Blowing Rock Robert Dean Edmisten Ferguson Barbara Marie Edwards Concord Herbert A. Edwards Tryon Nancy Maxine Edwards Marshall Robert Lee Edwards Roaring River Joe T. Eller North Wilkesboro Nancy Gwen Eller North Wilkesboro Joyce Emanuel Lumberton George Edwin Estes Clifton Forge, Va. Betty Alice Farris Drexel Eugene Dewey Farthing Rominger Reba Felts North Wilkesboro Betty Jean Fisher Kannapolis James W. lter Fite Shelby Clyde D. Foster Purlear Blane Froneberger Cherryville RoY ' Edward Furr Deep Gap WiLMA Jean Gantt Catawba Billie Kay Gj rmon Burlington James Terry ' Gates Lincolnton Jerry Gates Lincolnton Samuel Thomas George Francisco Robert Warren Gettys Hickory Katherine Giles Forest City Betty Turner Gminder Morganton Mary Ellen Goines Charlotte Pas,e Sixty-five Nancy Jane Harrison Winston-Salem [ames Larry 1 1 art Clemmons Laura Ellen I Lsrwood Stanfield Walter V. Helms Fayetteville Shirley Jane Henson Sherwood William Clyde Henry Lilesville Ache Hiatt Mount Airy Max Roe Hiatt Mount Airy Paul Hinshaw Boonvillc Carole Yvonne I Iinson iMorvcn Bertha Jane I Ioke Catawba Gloria Dean Holcomb Mooresville Carolyn Joanne Hollar Yadkiinille Davm) l.Fr 1 loi r Winston-Salem Charles Dw id I Ioneycutt Mountain City, Tcnn. Bobby R. i low ard Roaring River 19 5 6 H. iii, Gore . Shallotte DoR(jiHv Ree CiaADY Morganton Mary Frank Gragg Boone Dennis O. Greene Ferguson Edith J. Greene Boone Sherrill Eugene Greer Newland Peggy Lee Gross Boone Don Rea GniuiB Denton i loHAC ' L BoNAi.n Grubbs W ' .ilkertown I ANE Llizabeim G.uthrie Hickory ' elna Hall Yadkin ille Beverly Anne Harkey Charlotte |oiiN Eugene Harmon Cherryville Sue Jane Hahmon Lincolnton Nancy Harris Cherryville Walihr loMMV 1 l.vHHis Ml. GiieatI Page Sixty-six ; o p h o Martha Elaine Howell Fleetwood Smith R. Hudson Millers Creek Audrey Jeanette Huffman Hickory James M. Huffman Purlear Kenneth Hurley Grassy Creek Franklin D. Ivey Statesville Edward Lynn Jarratt Linwood Hazel Deane Jarvis Wilkesboro J. L. Johnson, Jr North Wilkesboro Lester Dykes Johnson North Wilkesboro Dean Joines Sparta Joyce Aileen Joines Moravian Falls Peggy Jo Jones Lattimore Levon Kearns Concord Lillian Dell Kemp Asheboro Charles Larry Kerley Blowing Rock m Carolyn Holland King Statesville Rex Kilby Millers Creek John Ronald Kincaid Bessemer City Raymond Paul Knight Statesville Dolly Koontz Smethport Mary Joan Lackey Wilkesboro Max Landreth Sparta Patricia Ann Laney Lincolnton Margaret Langley Pomfret, Maryland Frances Carolyn Lantz Lincolnton [ill Laughridge Mt. Airy Margaret N. Lawson Lawsonville Nona Mae Lawson Winston-Salem [ohn William Ledbetter Shelby Donald Lentz, Jr. Stony Point Mary Audrey Lentz Blowing Rock Page Sixty-seven Joyce McKinney SanFord Joan McLean . Maxton Thomas Joseph McNeil Vilas Linda Lou McSwain Shelby Sara Jorene McSuain Shelby Mildred Mabe Danbury Charles Aulden Maney Belmont James Marlowe Spring 1 lope Fayetta Lucille Maiviln Harmony Jimmy Harold Maiviin Mocksville Patricia M. Martin Summcrfiekl Margaret Christine Matthews Galax, Va. Bill J. Mayes Mountain Park Harry O. Metzger Bessemer City Emmett Alvin Michael iron Station Julia Margaret Miller Charlotte 19 5 6 DoHoiiiv jEANEriE Leonaud Lcxliigton Ldmoni) W. I iMLU, |a. l i(.h S(|iKire Robert Falii, linxK ' arrcns ille Shirley Joanne Little l)en er SiizANNF Walker Logan Shelby Lllen Baikd Long Charlotte NLvRjORiE Raye Long Jefferson Kobert Long Chcrr ille Peggy nn Lowery Valdese Sally Blue Lytch Lauiinburg RiiiiERT Charles McClain Charlotte William Hughes McClure Rutherfordton Mary Lou McCollum North W ' ilkcsboro DoNAiD W. McCracken Boone Don Jirard McDonald Forest City Clayton A. McKinney Carthage Pflije Sixtyei ht h m Shirley Emily Miller Moravian Falls Janet White Millsaps Statesville Shelby Jean Millsaps Hiddenite Mary ' Vnn Moon Tryon Nancy Lee Moore Hoffman Wanda M. Moretz Boone Thomas H. Myers Boone Robert Neal Madison Shirley Needham Pilot Mountain Julia Ann Nichols Murphy Martha J. Noblitt Shelby J. C. Norman Marion Beulah Frances Odom Boone Joyce Ollis Ingalls Martha A. Orders Morganton Donald Lynn Palmer Union Mills Nancy Lena Palmer New London Catherine Irene Parrish Benson Bill Passon Carthage Faye Pate Spindale Marjorie Marie Payne Hiddenite Sammy Henry Pennington Mt. Holly Jerry Wayne Peoples Winston-Salem Peggy Joyce Perry Sherwood William George Peters Winston-Salem Gladys Joy Phillips Francisco Norma Jean Phillips Boone Janet Lee Pope Winston-Salem Worth N. Potter, Jr Goldsboro Martha Jean Presnell Blowing Rock Lonnie a. Priest Vass Marion Joyce Pyecha Monaco, Penn. Pa e Sixty-iiine 19 5 6 Jane McGinnis Robinson Mocksville losEPn Edward Roi ' Er Morganton Bruce Ross Spruce Pine Dei.mer Gray Roten Fig Doris P. Seagle Lenoir Rebecca Ann Sebastian Nortli Wilkcsboro Diane Elizabeth Sheer Winston Salcni M. Jean Sheets Liuircl Springs Clinton T. Shumaker Charlotte Charlie Hoey Shytle Boone Kermit Neal Sigmon Denver Martha Lou Sigmon Conover Nancy Nell Simpson Connelly Springs Douglas Tate Sink Lexington Iack Dean Sizemore Big Stone Cap, Va. Betty Jane Smith IX nton |. 1 . Randoiimi Sybile Jessie Ray JOHN Reid Rea n i.iL Latimer Rea jo Ann Redwine Mil TON I Uiitt Reep (iAiiv Ci f.nn Reid |. Don M n Reid Jerry Cene Reid Ernest Lee Richards Sara Lee Richardson Nancy Ceraldine Rimer Barbara Louise Ritchie Barbara Dean Roach i L RY Irene Roach Don Michael Roberts Cane Ri ' er Gaston ia Matthews Matthews Badin I iiuolntoii Cr.initc lalls I ii h I ' oini States ilie Granite Falls Reicls ille Lexington Burlington Brown Siiniiiiil .AvdiulaU ' Lanclis Page Seventy p h m Helen Barnes Smith Hiddenite Billy Sneed Cherryville Mildred Estella Snider Denton LoLTis Stacy, Jr Clover, S. C. Bobby Jean Stallings Vale Evelyn Jeanette Staknes Granite Falls Frank Nelson Stevenson Galax, Va. Dennis Earl Stirewalt Waco Maurice Stirewalt China Grove James Mitchell Stokes Hendersonville Margaret Storie Blowing Rock Eva Lee Strider Greensboro Ernest Carl Stroup Morganton Gerald Suddreth Granite Falls Nell Swofford Spruce Pine Eva Rae Swing Lexington LuTECiA Ann Talbert Kannapolis Ernest Ray Taylor Boone Jane Katherine Tester Lenoir Bobby Eugene Thomas Candor Glenda G. Thomas Hiddenite Shirley Thomas Broadway Marie Trantham Asheville Samuel B. Travis Venice, Fla. Phillip Triplett Granite Falls Suzanne L. Triplett Mt. Holly Gaynell Truitt Sparta Yvonne Vance Broadway Charles Clayton Wagoner Sparta Robert Lee Walker Ronda Carolyn Mae Wall Winston-Salem Carol Ann Weaver Olin Page Seventy-one 1956 sophomores Norma Wayne Weaver Olin DoTTiE Welch Charlotte Alfred Parris Weathers Leittimorc liMMiE Gray West rxnuic Donald William Whelan Winston Snkiii Edna Wynelle Whisnant lc;iril Mary Anne White Lowell Robert F.ugene Whiteside GafFney, S. C. Thomas R. Whittington Millers Creek lton Glenn Widenhouse. Jr. Charlotte Jane Carolyn Wiley Granite Quarry ROSLVN WiLKERSON Faiminilt Almeta Wii I ard Yadkinx illc Maxine Williams Statesxillc Nelda Joan Wilson Henderson ille David Biihkin Winc.ate Mt. Gilead Anna Boyce Winkler Boone Nancy Dee Winkler Boone Richard Winkler Boone Buddy Stephen Wishon El kin Elizabeth E. Witt Big Stone Gap, Va. Duke W. Wood Boone Betty Ann Woodruff I.enoir Raymond M. Worrell . Lowf ap Billy D. Y Vrbrouch Lexington An drew Yasinsac Purlear Page Seventy-two •I - ' . ' - » _ J fS £ ' : !S- ■4 ' ; The beginning of a new quarter and a new registration procedure— the annual debut of the fabulous Boone wind— sleet, snow, and more snow— heavy coats, red faces, and fur-lined boots- secret pals in the dorms— shopping for just the right gift for that rertain someone— the Appalachian Mountain Forensic v Tournameftfcjthe multicolored reflections of the lights on the tree in front of the cafeteria and the happiness that is radiated as ri ese reflections fall softh ' orTthesnow- the strains of " It Came Upon a Midnight Clear " floating on the wintSr -breeze as vou pass a girls ' dorm— ffce gailv decorated dorm doors— the hush-hush preparations for tke Christmas Dance and trying to wran it some Play- crafter into telling the theme— the magnificent presentation of the " Messiah " by the chorus— the " A " Club initiation— parties by the dozen and frying frantically to figure out a way to go to two on the same night-tthe election of the Christmas Queen to be crowned at the dancp— the merry chuckles of Santa Claus as heard oyer WATA— trying on evening dresses and borrowing back and forth in preparation for the dance— the campus-wide caroling night— the mad scramble to beat the Rhododendron deadline— e ' ating supper to the strains of familiar Christmas music —and then the realization that " There ' s No Christmas Like a fome Christmas! " ive, of the affiniuiiive snow . . . c hristmas maiestic iiKniiciits LDU I a good th}ie was liad hy all home awav from home ight! holidays the stockhigs were huug MHS basketball cheerleaders hirst row: Jim Savvvtr. Shirley llunlu-s, Doris Adams, Chief; Jerry Hutchins, Martini Christnpher. I ' .it Harrison. Secoinl row: Nancy Sides. Ernest Taylor, Mary Frank Gragg. I. r. c OFFICERS Joyce Ollis President rint row: Joyce Ollis, Frances Lantz, Sue Jane Harmon, George Hart, Mr. Justice. Second row: Patsanna Phillips, Ray Husky. Hugh Miller, Bill Passon, Mr. Hoff- man. Third row: Jim Sawyer. Wanda Smith. Robert Moore, Bill Rhinehart. Page Seventy-eight our christmas queen . . . and her court Joan Cotton Standing: Mary Ellen Goings, Glenda Vestal, Tee IIulon, Martha Christopher. Seated: Carolyn Harmon, Becky Bing- ham, Joan Cotton, Queen, Theda Holder, and Myra Efird. the playcrafters ■■■■ H E_-i::»Jp ' ' l 1 k _jr ' L flp i jB H H mmI 3 1 H. ' 1 OFFICERS Charles Hancock President Oris Carroll Vice-President |ane Goforth Secretary Bi-.TTV Sue Norris Historian |() I 1 l(iNi;YcinT . . . .Ed. Ill Phiyhill Pij e Eighty Carl Henry. Otis Carroll, Charles Hancock, John Culler, Julian Carr, Charles Dolinger. lights — camera — make-up — action a homecoming production vernician society OFFICERS Barbara Davis President Jackie Elam Vice-President Jo Anne Shoupe Secretary Seated: Svlvia Masscv, Jackie Elnm, Barbara Davis, Ann Moon, Ellen Long, Betsy Witt, Nancy Harris, Edith Ray, Libby White, Jeanette Reid, Gail McLain. Jo Anne Shoupe, Tee Hulon. Standing: Nona Lawson, Carolyn Wall, Frances Lantz, Wilma Everhart, Joyce Ollis. Marv Hudson, Carolyn Harmon, Joan Waters, Sue Harmon, Mary Austin, Sybile Ray, Pat Gabriel, Jane Wiley, Mary Ellen Goings, Doris Adams, Julia Hough, Claudctte Sandford, Barbara Pendleton, Audrey Fowler, Jane C jforth. pep club OFFICERS Dot Sharp President Pat Gabriel Vice-President Jane Ewinc Secretary First row: Joann Thompson, Carolyn Hart, Lila Malone, Francinc Nolen. Jane Tester, Joanne Matthews, Nancy Jane Harrison, Sandra Caudell, Emily Atwood. Marlenc Sutphin. ' erdie Carol Osborne, Joyce Byars. Second row: Ellen Koonce, Ruth Hodges, Cornelia Barker, Sibyl McDonald, Mary Reid, Shirley Johnson, Edna Baucom, Nellie Reid. Kathleen Young, Marion Allison, Elizabeth Jones. Third row: Sue Harmon, Velma Hall, Joyce Lytle. Mary Jean Marshall, Marie Clayton, Mary Frances Lawson, Nona Lawson, Betsy Capel, Frances Lantz. Page Eighty-two octet OFFICERS Beth Eggers President Becky Austin Secretary-Treasurer Bill Honeycutt Business Manage: first row: Jerry Hill, Beth Eggers, Bill Honeycutt, Jacqueline Hull, Walter Smith, Shirley Sharpe, Becky Austin, Dan Ragan, Syble Ray, J. C. Boone. Seccmd row: Tee Hulon, David Eddleman, Nancy Larrimore, Bob Gilley, Mary Robinson, Pat Matthews, Betty Jane Gallowav. :horal cnoraiiers OFFICERS Emmett Elledge President Sue Jane Harmon ' ice-President Pat Harrison Secretary-Treasurer First row: Edith Houston, Bill Honeycutt, Shirley Harvey, Carol Foster, Joyce Lytle, Ruth Bramlett, Sybil McDonald, Ruth Nixon, Betty Sue Isenhour, Ann Burgess, Christine Jenkins, J. C. Boone, Bob Ellis. Second row: Becky Austin, Joan Wilson, Mary Frances Roope, Carolyn Hutchins, Susan Jack, Joy Phillips, Naomi Elliott, Betty Conley, Irene Cherry, Patty Haga, Lucinda Alexander. Third row: Jack Isaacs, Jimmy Martin, Clyde Plylar, Van Sellers, Pat Harrison, Bill Snyder, Bobby Howard, Earl Marlowe, Paul Brookshire. Page Eighty three h o i First row. Nancv Burroughs, Frances Wood, Sliirlc S. Camiihcll, Velna Hall, Dolly Koontz, CaroKn Bowdcr. Ann Moon, Nancy Larri- more, Mrs. Virginia Linney, Sylvia Masscy, Patty Billings, Arlenc Lutz, Sue Jane Harmon, Judy Capps, Deane Miller, Elsie Poston, Bcts ' Edwards, Nancy Harris, accouipanht. Second row. Bctt Fisher, Frances Lant , jane Ciutiiiic, Patsy Jones, Joan Wilson, June Good. Christine Gaines, Betty Gminder, Jean Brown, Ferry Lane Austin, Jeancttc Leonard, Joan Cotton, Mary Reid, Carolyn Mcdlin, Joyce 1 hornton, Martha Carter, Martha Orders. Third roir: Jerr i lill. J. C. Boone, Fred Reynolds, Jimmy Stokes, Bill Ledbetter, Bill Fionevcutt, Bob Ellis, Don McCracken, John Idol, Sandy Brann, Pat Harrison. J. C. Norman, David Wingate, Horace Mabry. Fourth row. |inim Martin, Don Reid, diaries IMIcr, Pal .Matthews, Van Sellars. Fifth row. Don McDonald. Boh Ciilley. Kermit Signion. Page Eighty-four symphony orchestra First row: Mary Sue Banks. Cynthia Styles, Jerry Hill, Art Morley, Betsy Witt, Beth Eggers, Ethel Robinson, Joyce Thornton. Second row: Betty Sue Norris, Peggy Carter, Lila Malone, Phyllis Edwards, Dr. William Jones, Jeanette Leonard, Mary Robinson, David Eddleman, Betsy Hullander, David Whittington, Jimmy Stokes, Betty Jane Calloway, William G. Spencer, Evert Lowman, Bill Sneed, Ann Moon, Russell Ble ins. Third row: Nicholas Ernestine, Everett Lomon, Sue Wise, Charles Honeycutt, Fred Reynolds, Wanda Weese, Eugene King, Russell Lar- cum, Marv Lee Becton, Bob Lono, Barrv Ruth. ..11 i.iyiM ■ , f ijtff M iiiU 7iii T.iAi t ii concert band First row: Jimm - Stokes, i anc 1 l;uris, Da id VVhittiiioton, Christine Gaines, Bets - Mullander, Marx- Robinson, David Eddleman. Second row: Peggy Ijnverv, Peggy Carter, Jeannettc Leonard, Ann Selvey, Nancv Rimer, Bcts Witt, Sunny Freeman, Willie Clayton, Faye Ritehic. Audrcx ' Fouler, Fred Rcxnolds, Paul Simpson. riiird row: Ada jean Walker, Janiee W igner, Martha Orders, Betty Jane Callowa , Bob Gillev, Jim Shull, Marie Teague, Bill Sneed, Eugene King, Bob Taylor. Fourth roiv: Mr. William Spencer, Charles Honeycutt, Dan Evans, John Edward Culler, iXancv Simpson, Da id Wingate, Charles Guv, Gray 1 lolshouser, James Northeutt, Don MeCraekin, Carolyn Bowden, John Kilby, Russell Blevins, Bob Long, Mary Lee Becton, Barr Ruth, Mar Fllcn Cioines, Page EigJi I r six appatones First row. Basil Freeman, Jimmv Stokes, William Spencer, Daxid Whittington, Bob Gilley. Second row. Bill Sneed, Bob Long, Russel Larcom, Bob Goforth, Russel Blevins. Third row. Da id Wingate, Art Morle , Johnny Albv. i im TlTu ?f ' l Back to the grind— recuperating from the long hohdavs— new clothes, record players, radios, and For the more fortunate, diamonds!— -ba stball games and wrestlino matches in the new gvm— trips to " " ' iSliook ' s " office and the penicillin that you get regardless of voulHilness or condition— peanut butter and mckers, the staff of dorm life aajd the snows came— coffee and convers ion at Bill ' s during assembh ' tirne ife Purpose Week with Rc ' . Warren 6arr and Miss Miriam Hollis- the wmz ' Tsfa snow ball as it sails past vour ar and the dull thud of another as it fihds j ' s target— mid-quarters and the blues which always accompany theffK ' I ' ve seen ' Gone With the Wind ' five times, but I wouldn ' t miss ' Ht for anything; after all I am a Southerner ' — flying scarves and red faces as Hospital Hill is turned into a " tray trail " - the keen competition in the race Jor intramural honors— the clanking of car chains on the icy pavements— the " crop " of crutches that seem to go hand-in-hand viath icv sidewalks— " What, snow again? " — the electiori of the campus and senior superlatives— movies at the Appalachian ' and walks liome afterward with the snow crunching under your fee " I could have made the Dean ' s List, too, but I think there ' ymore to college than just books. " January tJie after)ual}i uf class January and her a vtasters degree candidate wood fever invades the campus peiiiciUiu, tljc sure cure variety of activities iviiiter wonder laud Jiii.iA Ross Vice-Prcshh ' ut Valorie Mosher Reconihig Secretary Bill Benson President Clara Stott Correspoudhig Secretar) Ray Greene Treasurer student government Pae,e Ninely-Hvo representatives Jim Craig Senior Edward Lakey ]U1U0T Joyce Ollis Sophomore Teeman Haithcock Senior Thomas Lail junior LiLA Malone Freshman Herb Good Senior Johnny Christy Sofhomore Ted Watson Freshman Page Ninel ' lhree the boys on the hardwood Francis Hoover Head Coach JOHN Pyecha junior ' (7r.s " v Conch Managers Charles Cook CiENE IVEY Trainers Ed Lakey UicKiE Lamb Page Nmefy-four ts ift- i t M " ■-■ -nwAf 1 ■t - ■- 5 Hank Rossi, Bob Bush, Max Hiatt, Harold L nch. Dean Upton, Charles Williams, Joe Hauser, Teeman Haithcock, Carl Wvatt, Erie Perry, Conrad Horton, Harold Lawino, Dave Abernathy, Tom Wooten. Bob Campbell. Co-Captains Bob Campbell, Joe Hauser Page Ninety-five Boi! Campbell Dave Abernathy CONHAI) 1 loHION |()i, 1 Iaiisfr Max 1 1l tt Teeman 1 Iaii HC ' OCK I Iahoi n Lavving Tom Wooten Erie Perry IJdI! liUSH junior varsity basketball Rodney Sink, Johnny Long, Charles VViUiiims, Gary Reid, Hank Rossi, Al Widenhouse, Bob Bush, Harold Lynch, Jerry Edes, Gordon Isaacs, Dean LIpton, Rex Kilby, Carl Wyatt, Kermit Sigmon, Don Carter, Tom Wooten, Coach, John Pyecha. Page Ninety-seven The silent, snov ' -covered campus in the early twilight— " But, sir, my alarm clock didn ' t go off this morning. " — late, late bull sessions on religion, politics, sex, segregation, etc.— the magnificent ' performaiTee,.2f fli North Carolina Little Symphony— S. P. Week— V ' Joe, mav I have m = iOTior of escorting you to the movies tonight? " V or " Hey, Bob, wnal tg doin ' tomorrow night? " — weekends at nhrne and the deserted A-illagetk s left behind— " Books? I ne ' er touch em! " — the swish of the net as the ' ountaineers rack up two more pojnts— preparations for the Valentine ' B and then finally the big night— " We need a fourth for just a fev v ort hands. " —the oncijrning end of the quarter with its hustle and bustle— " 1 low are you fijted for mealbooks? " — " If I li e through the next Xwo weeks, I honestly belie ' e that 1 will be able to survive anything. " — the grunts and groans that come from the wrestling room as the Mountaineer matmen work out every afternoon— " Do you have room for just one more in your car at the end of the quarter? " — " I ' ll graduatei at the end of the quarter if I pass freshman English this time ' . " — and, then, before you know it it ' s time for finals again and the realization sta} ' up to tfte wee hours, cram february ( lickcl lo sec . . . ed. ??? february ' s fun 8 o ' clock ciirfen VOTE FOR CARaYNHKAa FOR H -V R ' SOPHOMORE rraOANT FOR BARBARA mc I- nioitutaineer matmen xvinll energy, plus fellowship and frolic luirrur, iiiirrur on tlie wall Lib Eargle Doris Dixon Iackie Elam Sylvia Massey President Vice-President w. a. a. officers Secretary Treasurer women s A club First row: Sue Hendrix, Presidoil; Mary C ' luin.ii, Vice-Presidciil: Iris Tanner, Secretar): Ann Chambers, Doris Dixon. Second row: Lib Eagle, Edith Jordan, Betty jean Roberson, Julia Ross, Jean Tenipleton. i ' ot pictured: Lucille Xanncy, Treasurer. Page Owe Hundred Two RCHERY Edwina Pope BADMINTON Val Mosher Jean Ingram TABLE TENNIS Rachel Crowe Iris Tanner ILWIS Nancy Brown Marv Church fl ying fish Lucille Nanney . , , , , Presideut Jov Madron Secretary Barbara Davis Vice-President |erry Staley Treasurer High Dive: Rachel Crowe, Carol Carter, Margaret Matthews, Sally Lytch, Lucinda Alexander, Carolyn C. Moore, Barbara Harmon, Evelyn Peters, Jill Laughridge, Mary Alice Eaves. Lori ' Dii ' c: Irene Roach, Sylvia Massey, Joy Wittner, Barbara Davis, Nancy Latham, Ann Moon, Nancy Dee Winkler, Jerry Staley, Nancy Davis. Not pictured: Joy Madron, Lucille Nanney, Patsanna Phillips, Marion Pyecha, Jo Ann Shoup. Pag e One Hundred Three intra u r a I s Page One Hundred Four w. a. a. inframurals BASKETBALL Merky C. Ollis, Pat Crews, Lctty Ijamcs, Margaret Warlick, Jill Laughridge, Irene Roach, |ackie Elam. VOLLEYBALL Barbara Pendleton, ' anda Weese, Glcnda Vestal, Joy VVittner, Wanda Mouser, Dolly Vanderlip, Lou- floy Watts, Jane Wiley. SPEEDBALL AND SOCCER Katherine Giles, Wanda Smith, Betty Kivett, Jerry Staley, Sylvia Massey, Mildred Mabe, Carolyn C. Moore, Jo Ann Horn, Sally Lytch. SOFTBALL Nancy Cook, Merky C. Ollis, Lib Eargle, Jerry Staley, Betty Kivett, Edna Baucom, Martha Nob- litt, Joyce Ollis. non-major intramural champions VOLLEYBALL Joy Wittner, Coach; Mary Lizzie Dunn, Estelle Lowe, Jo Anne Vannoy, Capt.; Marjorie Dellinger, Mildred Yarbrough, Sara Schulyer, Carolyn Bare, Ann Selvey, Gaynelle Truitt. BASKETBALL Seated: Mildred Yarbrough, Jo Anne Vannoy, Car- olyn Bare. Staiidhig: Estelle Lowe, Marjorie Del- linger, Nancy Snider, Gaynelle Truitt, Lib Eargle, Coach. —«€ •• ' ' «? ' Time marches on— the beginning of another new quarter with new . iates and no hack work to catch up on— resolutions— " From nt)w on I ' m goiiTg ' aoet a good breakfast at the cafeteria ever nn)rning instead of grabbjng a cup of coffee and a doughnut at the Bookstore during asscm lY--t|me " — new faces— " She looks younger tnn most of the other girls. MaVbel can get a date for Friday night " - re-occurring cold snaps that jolt liS-back to reality— for the seniors, it k the beginning of the end; for the juiTic rs, observations; for the spphomores, general psychology; and for th -freshmen, biology ield trips— the sun is with us more and more trips, retreats, a)n enfions, and club outings— the Carolinas A.A.Wv Wrestling Tournament— the March wind that is ever present in S. Boone— " College would be O.K. if it wasn ' t for the classes. " — the grace and precision of the Flying Fish as they give us " moments to rcmembeiy ' - hoLus spent in the library doing research work- sunbathing on the " beaches " of White and Lovill— the annual epidemic o spring fever— the lengthening twilight that makes it harder and hamer to meet that 8:00 o ' clock curfew— spotting the first robin of )me season— the anticipation of the fast-approaching Easter season and a few davs of glorious freedom. howdy! march wind brings the holidays end htilh ' liii IvHird ' i AUtWiti .i I I Ml class routine . . . more or less frosty tinge of a March morn lopes for spring term papers ' z ' --f lunior Class officers TirnT ' OET I I MiOLI) I.AWINC I ' m W ' lii.iAMs M.MU.AIU I W AlU K K President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Page One Ihiiidred Ten j u n I David Wayne Abernathy I lildebian Richard P. Absher McGrady Doris Ci.ynn Adams Laurinburg Eva Nell Alexander Sugar Grove Crover Donald Alexander Cherryville Margaret Lucindia Alexander Gastonia Nancy Jane Allison I luntersville Emily ' Atvvood Winston-Salem Ferry Lane Austin Monroe Johnnie Robert ustin Hudson Iris She Auton Lenoir Joe Lee Baird Morganton Wanda Wadine Bandy Newton Ralph Gerald Bare Laurel Springs Carolyn Barnette Union Gro e J. D. Bartley Low Gap Donald William Balicom Charlotte Betty Lynn Baynard Forest City 1 9 6 Joyce Ann Branncx k Ml Airy Earl A. Bright Marion Paul T. F ROOK ;niRE Bdonc Frank J. Brown llDOllC 1 rnuv Lee Brown Mt. Airy Pi hrv Dean Brown Clu ' nw ilk- Roland C. Brown Elkin Cloria Clariece Buchanan Pliiinlri ' i. ' Robert II. Bur well HLIllRTll)rillclll i miH-. r. Beck Coolt ' t ' inci ' liiii II 1 ( uiioLiNE Beck Piliil Mdiiiu.iin M Aiw 1 LU Becton AsluAillc ||M I S. I I-I LAMV Sli.illolU ' iiUssl 1 1 r,l 1 A INS Mount. lin C it , 1 cnn. l IC 1 l!()l)l Nlll liMllI ' , llOOlU ' J. C. BooNU, Jr. Mlx ' iii.nic Sara Elizareiii Boonl .i iu ' s ille Chancey C. Brackett . Bostic u n Mary K. Callahan Laurinburg Betsye Capel Salisbury Jo Anne Carlton Kannapolis Joseph W. Carpenter Marion Margaret Carpenter Marion Otis W. Carroll Raleigh Carol Joyce Carter Gastonia Dora Eugenia Carter Charlotte Jerry Dean Carter Tuckerdale losEPH B. Carter Shallotte George Casstevens Yadkinville VViLLLAM Caviness Ramseur Betty Jean Chambers Weaverville Ruth Irene Cherry Gastonia Martha Long Christopher Conoxer Ronald W. Christopher Lincolnton Sarah Marie Clayton Albemarle Bill Clements Rutherfordton 19 5 6 1 i) Mil) Rwnoirii Collins 1 wii s i in in C (II I INS S AH Ml C ' oNIl l) Lauiinburi; I r.iiKisi.1) L.i ' xiiujtiin I]()n Danner Vilas 1 . iiu liuisoN Davis McAtk ' iu illc Pansv Lkicii Dennis Lilcsvillc Mahv Louise Dobbins Cli.irloltc Frances Douglas Statcsvillc Don p. Duncan Indian Trail I-RA.NKLIN EcKARD Ciiniiflly Sininys Eloise Edmondson . Grayson Betsy Jo Edwards West JcH ' crsim I ' ) ni;Ait C ' ooi ' un Marion C ' liAiu Ls R. CiiABrixEE Cliailotte i ANin- |anh Craven Asliclioro Sara Cravnforb Statesville CiiAiiLEs Lee Crook Boone W ' ai ' .l DoiiiaAS Crowell hulian Trail u n Pern L. Edwards Whitehead RiNDA Carol Edwards Mars Hill Elizabeth B. Eggers Boone Jackie Lou Elam Winston-Salem Arthur Ward Eller Purlear loE Vance Eller Cramerton Naomi Elliott Black Mountain Jerald Dean Estes Marion Thompson Evans Shelby Lloyd Dudley Farthing Mocksville Charles L. Ferguson Gastonia )o Anne Foster Gastonia Audrey Jean Fowler Charlotte Mary Loli Fox Burnsville Barbara Francis Shelby William Alfred Gaddis Gastonia Mary Christine Gaines Honea Path, S. C. liMMY Neal Gamble Shelbv wri 19 5 6 NaNC:V Hl.lZABETII C.ARRISON |()IIN I HANK CiElCUR C ' ONHAI) Ma UFLI_ CIhORCIL C ' liariottf Ml. Alls 1 r.iiuiscii Elizabeth Iane C.oroRiii Kiiiijs Mc umi.iin W ' li I lAM Clarence CIoinos Mi. ii lllNE ( loOI) Ml. Ail Doris nn Gore Tabor City Charles Anderson Gouge Spruce Pine 1 AVE Nell Graham Moort-sville jiME X ' icKiE Graham Boone Louise C. Graham Tuckerilalc Kenneth 1 av Grayson SlicHiy IVvRRARA Ann Greene. . Cliailotte I ' .Diiin II. Greene DecpCiaji W ' li 1 lAM I i;e Greene Sherwood Kaiii Ij.e Griffin W ' in ate Sanuiel Fred Gulledce l ' iil) , S. C ' . Bobbie Frances Guihru; SIr ' IIjv u n Jacqueline W. Guthrie Stovall Rachel Ann Hardin . . Kings Mi)unUiin Betty Ann IIagaman . . . Boone John Ralph Hargei i Marshville Mary Anne Hagaman Beech Creek Patsy Carol Harmon Cliffside Betty Jean Haley Kannapolis Raymond E. Harmon Sugar Grove Max G. Hamby Purlear Tal Harmon Spencer Ella Ruth Hampton. . . Piney Creek Carolyn Elliott Harris... Mooresboro James H. Harrison. . . Denton Carolyn Gray Hart. . . Clemmons Jerry F. Harwell Maiden Joe Hauser Winston-Salem Wanda Lee Hauser . . Vale T. Calvin Hayes North Wilkesboro |c) c:e I loNEvcLiTT Kannapolis William Eugene Honeycutt Concord Jo Ann I loRN Siatcs illc Alan Conrad I Iorton Win atc William Houck Cliin.i Croxc ]iir i, Iloiicai lilcsvillc Lois Mae Hoyle C ' licrr illc Phillip Evans Hughes Boone Norma Jean Hull . . Morgantdii 19 5 6 Carolyn Ann Haynes Lewisville Iwus Robert Heavner Vale I ' liii I II ' C ' aui 1 Ienry Conoxer l in Iv HiNsi Ev Burnsville |::iuu 1 andolpii Hill Shelby I ' aisv j anh Hill A onclalc |i iMV Edward 1 Iinson Concord Theda Clarine 1 loLDER Rl(n ing Rock D r r. i!A I loi 1 iNc;s ORiii Ml. Xnv u n Margaret Huneycutt Monroe Betty Lee Hunt Polkville Joe a. Hunt Polkville Mary Anne Hunter Conway, S. C. Donald Ray Huskey Forest City Ruth Hyder Rutherfordton Betty Lou Ijames Mocksville Letty Sue Ijames Mocksville Jack Brinkley Isaacs Elk Park Henry Thomas Jackson Godwin Cornell Jacobs Pembroke Bobby Carl James Gastonia Olive Jeanette Jenkins Midland David R. Johnson Jonesville Bobby Greene Johnson Mount Airy Gretchen Hine loHNSTON Lumber Bridge KER uT A. Johnson Bakers ' ille Billy Norma Jones Sparta 19 5 6 IJiLi It JtAN Kern Star Iennie Irene Kerr Kannapolis Margaret Kincaid iMoiyantoii Betm I 1)11 KivEiT Asluhoni Jack Meiiiias Ki iittz Boone 1 .11 HN Kate Koonce Radnid Patricia Anne Lackey Siony I ' dini Thomas Lamar Lail llitkory Edward Rav Lakev Ijomn illc C ' aHOI I I 1 Mil 1 II loNlS 1 Mil INi; I . |(1NLS Mvin Sill. loNUs 1 .insint; I aiisiin ' Cum I 1 lovcE Samly WhU c |oM 1 1 WINT JONNIR Kc " llH ' IS illc ru-.(. ' |ean Keeier Clroxcr lovcE Keller Xslu ' xillc C Midi Sue Kennedv Pincy Creek Mur.ii I W ' ehona Kerley Ciraiiitc I alls u n George Richard Lamb States ille Mary Jon Lanning Boone Polly Ann Lasley Belews Creek Harold D. Lawing Marion Howard K. Leonard Boone LIuBERT Kay Leonhahdt Shelby C.RADv Lionel Lewis . Triiutman Patty Ann Long Yadkinville Howard Love Vilas Nancy Gray Luffman . . State Road Nancy Jean Lyerly Rockwell Mackie INIcCarty Gharlotte John Mack A4cCoin Sparta Gary Steve McCurdy Statesville Evelyn McClirry Bee Log Kenneth Clarence McGee Statesville Jeter Conrad McKinley Concord Nancy Lee McKinney Sanford iik 19 5 6 JOANNH 1 1 MilUS MaTTIIUUS Lenoir Patrick W ' oriii Maxim ews W inst()n-S;ilc-ni 1). W. MllHS Sp.irui Doris C. Miller N nrth W ' ilkfslioro Hugh Graham Miller Shdby Ralph Neal Miller C ' linrlottc Rebecca Miller Statcsvillc Betty Jane Mhcmell S]xirta Marc.aret Carr Mhcmell Laurinburg i hM W. McKlNNLV Doi! 1 ] Ci n Mt 1 i Smip.lev .Ann MciNeu P.ix McNiel . RoiiERT ll. MaBERV Cin)RGE Lee ALu.ness SpriKc Pine St,itc-s illc Millers Greek Purlcar Concord Shelhv W iLLis Carlton Maui in. . . . Svi iA Gray Massey ' I ' siii Iames Matheson Francisco . . . , Winston Salem Monroe u n CoNLEY L. MoFFETT Waco Mary S. Moody Valle Crucis Carolyn Moore Newton Robert Moore Greensboro RoxiE Elinor Morehead Shelby Betty Jean Moose Concord George Moose Concord Patricia Morgan North Wilkesboro Arthur L. Morley Boone Maude Marie Morrison Morganton Valorie F. Mosher Charlotte Carol C. Mott Wilkesboro Francine Nolen . . Crouse Betty Sue Norris Boone Billy Winston Norris Cramerton George H. Osborne Weaverville Trillian Sharlee Overbay Granite Falls Bobby Lee Parker Wilkesboro lil)V INA 1 1 l! I ' oi ' E Ikei) Thomas F opijn lluBv Jean Poits Stony Point 1jI()v in Rock Advance RoNDA PaUI PuHSSON Sali V Kav Queen Wayne 1 1 i Pi sii Monroe Ellenboro Si.itc ' svillc l-RANCES llLlZABEIIl R W John Amoby Reece Margaret Dkuce Riggs M.n-s llill l)oon illf i lulxrt 19 5 6 III 11 I j LEN Pearson ClKiilntic r, ui!AHA Ann Pi.ndieton (h.nldlk- Don I ' e.ndi.eion a c Evelyn Cloi die Peters Mouni ir P in Peirea K.innapolis PaISANNA PllIELlI ' S Inj;,ills T. Ci. Piiii 1 IPS i Ioon ' s illf C iiAiu 1 s DuANE Pipes Boone BeIIY PoiNDEXTER MoeksX ilic u n Ethel Robinson Hickory Rena Alice Robinson Creston JuEL L. Rogers Greensboro Claudette Sanford Laurinburg James M. Sawyer Asheville Wayne Henry Seckler China Grove Mary Katiierine Setzer Lenoir Mary Shearin Red Oak Herbert Paul Short Charlotte Jo Ann Shoup Charlotte Alma Jean Sholipe Newland Reuben E. Slade Greensboro Walter R. Smith Winston-Salem Wanda Smith Moravian Falls Geraldine Staley Lenoir Freida Mealezia Stiles Charlotte Clara Lou Stott Bailey losEPH Gayden Swann, Jr. Old Fort 19 5 6 Bahbara Joann Thompson Piiu ' cila Veron David Thompson Mt. Cilcail Joyce Ann Thornton Ci.lStdlli.l Linda Townsend Vallc Ciiicis Marv Ella Treece Stanlic ' ld William li. Tripp Sll.lllc.tti ' 1 Iai. Dean LI p ion I ' jarium Sprini; Will lAM Iv LIndervvood Win atc CllENDA X ' eSTAI |()iu ' s ilk ' 1 11(1X1 s ni IS Tail Slulln Charles CIordon Taylor rxiiiiH ' lUiiiv I IE Iavi or llni,in Mills Nancv Teacul W ' insUin Salrni Plc.(.X IciXCE 1 EAGUE I (K)IK ' 1 ucv Lee Lempleinlw Miami, 1 loriila ]. C. Tester Boone 1 1 wden a. Thomas 1 anclis Joe H. Thomas Kanna|iolis u n o Lambert Theodore Voet, |r. Kings Mountain Larry Dean VonCannon Ellerbe Gave Wagoner State Road Hayne Nelson ' alden Monroe Jack D. Walker Spindale C. Dean Wallace Granite Falls I azel Walsh Lenoir Margaret Ann Warlick Lawndale William ]. Waters, Jr Lincolnton loHN Malcolm Watlington Yanceyville 1 Iarold Pinkney Watts Dallas G. W. Welborn, Jr Elkin JoANN Welborn Stony Fork W ' lLLiAM Mack Welborn Boone Margaret Jean Welch Harmony Thomas Herman Weld Altamont O ' Nell Flowers Wells Boone Marilyn Rebecca White Forest City Truett Wilson Marion Mary Jocei.yn Wittner , slH ' l)( rii Tony VX ' oods Lenoir Thomas W ' ooten . Doris Anne YARBROin;ir Mildred Rav ' ahhhoiicii JaMI S I ' lNJAMlN OlINT I-.ist IkikI Cijstonia Mt. (iilwcl Vale 19 5 6 Lii))! W ' lniL A ( Will I I iNc:ro. W ' li I I .M W lurriNcnoN ( onu ' lius llllll W ilkl ' slxiK) ilktshoro JAMliS l ltANK W ' ll III 1 l Alhcin.n li ' Anui Dlan W ' ll 1 l ms i)Cll}|K ' C ' liAui IS 1 W 11 mams W inuate I ' a 1 HK ' IA Al IfH W ' ll.l lAMS I oivst Cily RaI PU M. W ' ll I.IAMS iMoiinlain Park Charles Wilson Roone music educators club orncEns Becky Austin President Bob Long VicePresideiii Nancy Harris Secretary Pat Matthews Treasurer Seated: Ann Moon, Nancv Harris. James Stokes. First row standing,: David W ' liil tinjJton. Bett ' Norris, James Fulmer. Shirlie Hradv, Elsie Poston. Beckv Austin. Bob Ellis. Second riiw: Peyyv Carter. Christine C.aines. Sunnv I reeinan. Marv Uobinson. Bill Ledbetter. Arlene Lut . Horaee Mabrv, Da id Eddleman. Bobby lavlnr. Paul Simpson. Fuurtli row: Euyeiie Kiny. Uussel Lareom. Russell Blevins, I ' red Kevnolds. Bob Lony, Oaii Rayan. Barrv I uth. Walter Smith. Eawrenee C ' lav ton. Not pictured: Beth Entjers. |err I lill. I ' .ill Sneed. Bob CJillev, l.iekie Hull, l!rtt Clmintler. Charles Honeveutt. h ome economics c OFFICERS Margaret Hartman President Jane Goforth ' ice-President Maxine Hart.man Secretary ub First row: Betty Laslev, CJeraldine W.itts. Marv Hcnslev. Jane Clcjlorth. Mary June Sheets. Margaret Hartnian. .Maxine Hartman. Carolyn Wall. Joan Waters, Eva Rae Swing, Marilyn White. Second row: Martha Carter. Carol Westbrook, Fave Pate. Ruby Taylor. Beekv Bingham. loan C ' otton. Xona Lawson. .Mary Austin, feanette HuHnian. .Marjorie Payne. Third row: Sarah Klutt , Ruth Hvder. Betty Conlev. Anne Joyncr. Nancv McLean. C.ail Reid, Eli- abeth Jones. Betty Ijames, Libbv Brown. Janet Sharpe. Nancy .Moore, hourlh rr.w: Anne Fieldbeck. Juanita Harrell, Jeannettc Reid, Evelyn C arswell. Emily Smith. Mary Lou C ' arpenter. Peggy Lonon. Ethel Townsend. Edith Harmon. Frances Roope. Fi ( i row: Frances Yates, Marv Shore, Anne Blaklev, Carol Osborn. Ella Hampton, l uth Mi.xon, Sara Craw- ford. math club OFFICERS Nancy Snider President Don Baucom ' ice-President Margaret Goodman Secretary Ted Vaden Treasurer First row: Bill Clark, Don Baucom, Carol Hutchins, Lou Floy Watts. Second row; Howard Yarbrough, Ruth Dalton, Bonnie Carswell, Tom Wooten. Third roiv: Jane Tester, Gene Ivey, Ted Vaden, Evelyn McCurrv. library science club OFHCERS Betty Jane Brown President Carol Jones Vice-President Joan Burgin Secretary Don Roberts Treasurer First row. Ruby Nesbitt, Evelyn Talbert, Don Roberts, Betty Jane Brown, Joan Burgin, Carol Jones, Bobbie Stallings, Betty Pinkston. Second row: Dell Kemp, Joan Wellborn, Juliana Gray, Gail Baucom, Betty Haley. Third row: Richard Bar- ker, Elinor Moorhead. association of childhood education F.MMF.TT Elledce Prc ' i{lei l KsTELLE W ' ahd ' ice Preside n I Fnnn Brac v Secretary First roil ' : Mary Rcid, Maxinc Williams, Norma V ' eavcr, Carol ' ea er, Jane Ruliinsnn. Doris M. Timmons, Claudctte Sanford. Second row: Jeaiicttc Craig, Janice Burris, Marie Trantham, Shirley Henson, Gail Coffey, Jo Ann Bedwinc, Shirley Thomas, Barbara Uoach. Third roil ' : Jeanette Dixon, Geraldine Miller, Geraldine Edwards, Ruth Blackburn, Sara Boone, N ' ancy Palmer, Clyde Hice, Bob Edwards, Buddy Wishon. Fourth row: Jean Shields, Ruth Beck, Betty B. Cook, Margaret Hedrick, Pattv Billings, Frances Wood, Jean Shoupe, Gloria Buchanan. Polly Lasley, Clarence Primm. Fifth row: Jane Guthrie, Aileen Joincs, Anna Boyce Winkler, Martha Orders, Peggy Lovvery, Bettv Smith. Mildred Snider. Xancv league, Mickve Clark, Bettv Hodges, Nona Mae Lawson. Si. ( i row: Marv Ellen Bagwell. Shirlev McNeil. Almeta Wil- lard. Emmett Elledge, Mr. Richard Hargrove. . Irv Kich.ird llargro e. Nancv I lauser, Peggy Holland, Rejane Joyce, Susie Dobbins, Edith Bracy. Page One }1undred Thirty two science c ub OFFICERS Chris Elliot President Maxine Hartman ' ice-President CoNLEY MoFFETT Secretary First rmi ' : Jimmy Ritchie, Chris Elhot, Maxine Hartman, Conlev Moffett. Second row. Nancy Frazier, Mickev Clark, Mary June Sheets, Carol V ' estbrook, Sue Jane Harmon, Sybil Rav, Ruth Dalton, Nancy Moore. Third rcnv: Barbara Greene, Kay Propst, Nell Grey W ' ilhelm, Carol Hutchins, Sylvia Miller, Joan McLean, Betn- Haley. Bonnie Carsvvell, Melvin Carpenter. Fourth row: Dr. Derrick, Max Warlick, Jimmy Madison, Dick Lowder. Glenn Hentchel, Larrv Kerley, Jimmy Fite, John Harris, Evelyn McCurrv. Robert Walker, Bob Brady, Rex Baird, Robert Moore, Dr. Fisher, Gavnelle Truitt. beta beta beta OFFICERS Frank Brown President Margaret Goodman ' ice-President Mary Hyler Secrefnri Seated: Ruth Bramlett, Helen Brown, Frank Brown, Jean Carmichael. Ruth Dalton, Barbara Green, Barbara Stephenson, Conlev Moffett, Doris Ann Gore. Standing: Tommy Linn, Max Reaves, Bobby Brady, W. J. Waters, Joan McLean, Ted X ' aden, Dr. Irvin Carpenter, Jackie Hardv. Pase One Hundred Thirty-three i pi kappa delta OFFICERS Jim Crak: President Julia Hough Vice-President Jeanna Coffev Secrelary-Treeasurej forensic OFFICERS Geouce Moose President Lucy Priest Vice-President Dolly Koontz Secretary Pa c One Hundred Thirty-four Lois Hoyle, Doris Miller. Louise Graham. Julia Ilouijli. Judv Capps. Carol Car- ter, Mr. Leo K. Pritchctt. Members not pictured: Jeanna Coffev. Jim C rais;. Dolly Koontz, Lucy Priest, Dr. John Hamilton, Mr. David Hodges, Dr. J. I). H.iiikin, Miss Loris Shipmnn. Dr. D. j. W ' liitcncr. Julia Hough. Louise Graham. Mr. 1 ii K. I ' riicluti, Judv Capps, Doris Miller, Carol Carter, Lois Hovlc. Members mii j ' iclurcd: Jim t rais , I.ucv Priest, George Moose. future teachers of america OFFICERS Doris G. Cole Presidevi Cliffogene Pilkenton . . . A ' ice-Presideni Nancy Snider Secretary First raw: Chris Foster, Mary Ann Hunter, Pat Williams, Doris Gore, Pat Crews. Second row: Frances Ray, Doris G. Cole, Pat Starnes, Nancy Snider, Betty Cook, Susie Dobbins, Helen Brown, Doris Rhyne. Third row: Doris Yarborough, Wade Beckerdite, Jo Ann Foster, Betty Moose, Audrey Fowler, Glenda Thomas, Marie Clayton, Ann Poplin, Camilla Wclborn, Emmett Elledge, Bob Meyers, Jim Sawyer, Dr. John Barden. modern dance OFFICERS Jo Ann Matthews President Margaret Warlick ' ice-President ' anda Houser Secretary-Treasurer Francine Nolen Publicity Chairman Joyce Ollis, Irene Roach, Bonnie Faye Cook, Sarah Kluttz, Nell SwoFford, Fran- cine Nolen. Glenda Vestal, Jo Ann Matthews, Margaret Warlick, Emogene Bryant, ' anda Houser. Pflge One Hundrey Thirty-five i- _ if M: 111 ■v m V 0 m The long trip back after the holidays— warm spring days— the groups of students loitering along the sidewalks and on the lawns in front of the girls ' dorms as there is a mass move from the Bookstore ( — " I gtjsss I ' m a junior, but I might be a senior. Haven ' t really known wmrt 4 vas in since I was a freshman. " — rainy days that bring raincoats, boots £atigue jackets, sailor caps, and tiic like NduI of closets— long afternoonS- pent under the tanning rays of Old StiJ and the blistered backs and fates that appear afterwards— the Spund of horsehide against hickory tttat ills the air when the Mbuntaineers take to the baseball diamond ections with vigorous campaigns that flood the campus with posters, signs, and banners— the Black and Gold Game with its freezing spectaKjrs despite the springtime— the deep drop in the Bookstore ' s coffee sales as its customers mo e out to the steps to drink Pepsis— " What, time for mid terms again! " —the eternal search for a place to hang your raincoat— the horror of comprehensi es— the replacement of wool skirts and sweaters bv sleeveless blouses and billowing cotton skirts— the reappearj nce of the line-up in front of the cafeteria— outdoor physical education classes— " What are you going to do this summer? " —that laz - feeling that engulfs you as you realize that spring is here to stay. caiupusutogy yosef takes a rest but suddenly w a young viaii ' s fancy turns even in boone, it ' s spring jr.-sr. ih ' cmus, past and present b a s e ball - I I- I F r.sf roil ' .- Icny Clalcs, IiulIn I I, ill, AliIjicn I l.ini, I rctl Slioal, Don jAlcxandcr, Joe I lausLi, Kcnin Murray, Richard Lapish. Second row. Benny Allen, Rex Kilby, lolinny W atlin ton. Pliil 1 riplell, 1 iarold Lakey, 15oh C iilliixth, lolinnx Mattlicws. Bob Broome and U.wl I ' ihrch Coaches m Pa e One Hundred Forty ¥ Kenny Murray Don Alexander Phil Triplett I RED ShOAF |oE Hawser Aubrey ELA [ Johnny Matthews Harold Lakey Buck Hall Richard Lapish Johnny Watlington Bob Culbreth Rex Kilby Benny Allen Jerry Gates MANAGERS: Larry Davis Don Lineberger Larry Simmons tifi ; i Paoe One Ihiinheti Forlyoue tennis Benin M;irlin, RikIcK Imu ' Cs i V jiiclurcil: |( liiiii C (ii " i. ' , ijcililn Snccd, I Kill (;....d, Bill Ivnve olf John I). HroNhill, Bill (.ictMi, Cicoryc H.il Paae Que lluiulreil Forty (iro wrestling R. W. Watkins, Conch Jerry Daniels Bill Butler Bill Brown Glenn Welborn 1 1 u BERT Dancy Dixon Roberts Thompson Evans Roy Bragg business club oi I icnRs 1 1 n()i I) 1 AW iN ' c; PlC ' i ' ulcill PiriL LOVETIE iccPrcs ' hh ' iil Cuius |-()S11-.R Sc ' cT( ' ((rv I ' ll 1 M 1 InilMAN Trcti surer I ' ll i lc l 11 1. ii ' ' ( cr Page One Hiimlred Forty-four Gamma Psi Chapter OF Pi Omega Pi National Honorary Fraternity Business Education The annua! Business Education Teachers Conference is sponsored each spring by the Business Club and Pi Omeya Pi. The Business Club sponsored the first place winner in the float con- test in the fiomecoming Dav Parade. I. J ,. . .. . . i v Pa e One Hundred Forty five Carolyn Harmon Business Maiiasfir Camili A ' elborn Editor r h ododendron Jo Ann I oster Associate Business Ma»aoer Jo Ann Cari.ton Associate Editor Nancy Snider, Pat Williams Ellen Koonce, Ann Selvey, Louise Ciiuhcti Doris Adams, Betty Brown Bill Benson, Dickie Boi.in, Saumi Conrad Muriel Kerlev Jane Ewing Mii;;rtqi,;o Editors Aclii ' ily hdilars I anurc lidilars Sports Editors Advertising Manager Circulntion Manager BUSINESS STAFF Seated: Jo Ann Foster, Carolyn Harmon, Muriel Kerley. Staudhi t;,: Carol Carter, Joyce Lytle, Wilma Everhart, Pete Lovett, Audrey Fowler, Earl Finder, Sue Jane Harmon, Jim Sawyer, Bill Clem- ents. 19 5 6 EDITORIAL STAFF Seated: Ann Selvey, Ellen Koonce, Jo Ann Carlton, Camilla Wel- born, Nancy Snider, Pat Williams, Dell Kemp. Staiidhig: Louise Graham, Dickie Bolin, Bill Ben- son, Susie Dobbins, Pat Stames, Doris Adams. CLASS EDITORS Seated: Doris Miller, Emily At- wood, Patti Petrea, Margaret Hed- rick, Beulah Edwards, Pat Har- rison, Jerry Hutchins. Standing: Rebecca Miller, Carolyn King, Nancy Rimer, Sibyl McDonald, Betty Cook, Nellie Harwood, Gwen Eller. vH ! i And now the days arc mimbered and the seniors are the heroes oF the hour— these, the Fortunate Few who have student teaching and national teachers ' exams behind them— the feeling oF nqsfalgia tKar ptevails— but life must go on— tennis dates at 6:00 A.M. —that lasMiike to Winkler ' s Creek, Howard ' s Knob or Rich Mountain— the maa ' Rish to Finish that last term paper and the hours that x)u sjTetTfLm the library when you long to merehNead the life of Riley by sitting irKthe sun and day-dreaming— p ting off assignments and notebooks tjutil a tomorrow that neveKseems to come— the cries of tree frogs rhaf bring about a wa ' e%)f homesickness— baseball games and tcnnis Hwtches— trips to the Placement office— the hours spent trying to makeHb t letter of application perfect— MAY DAY— the program mac magnifitent through the combined efforts of the Band, the Modern Dance Club, and Varsou ianna— the presentation of the Court attendants and the crowning of the Queen— the dance afterwards and the Hnal selection before it all fades into history— " IF you are down my way ne.xt year, drop in to see me " — engagernfnts, showers, and weddings bv the score— the maze of final exaals— packing to go home— Commencement Day— caps and gowns — the graduation exercise— your name is called— a diploma, a degree; and a certificate- suddenly it ' s a reality. may iiuiy diiiicc iiivitiitiou? a prospccihc job may and . tlw last yoiiiul Uj a look 1)1 the jnliirc traditional may day student teachino moments to remember senior class off icers BiM- SoFLEY President |()ll 1. LoVETTE ' ice President 1)LI I 1 lul IMAN Secretary xMarcaret Goodman I ' reiisiircr Vige One Hundred fiflylwo SENIORS Kathleen Abee Vale Business Education Business Club 2, 3, 4; ' ernician Literary Socie- ty 1, 2, 3, 4. Herbert Wayne Abernethy ..Hildebran Business Education Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4. WiLBA Ann Alexander Monroe Grammar Grade Education Y.W.C.A. 4; F.T.A. 4; A.C.E. 4; Wingate Col lege 1, 2. Joseph Ray Amburn Mount Airy Science and Social Studies Clyde Hedrick Austin Boone Science and Mathematics Cilee Club I. 2; Track 2; Mars Hill College 1. 2. Peggy Jo Badgett Dobson Grammar Grade Education Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1. 2: Appalachian Staff 3. 4; Rho- lK)DENDRON Staff 3, 4; A.C.E. 1, 2. Janice Coffey Ballard .... Blowing Rock Primary Education Mitchell College 1.2. Elizabeth Carolyn Bare Jefferson Grammar Grade Education A.C.E. 4; Lees McRae Junior College I. 2. Lucy Betty Barker Elkin Grammar Grade Education and EnoUsh W.A.A. 1: BS.U. 1. 2. 3, 4- Intramurals 2. 3. 4: ' olleyball Champions 3: Y.W.C.A. 2, 3. 4; Spanish Club 2; A.C.E. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 3: F.T.A. 3. 4; Atipalachiatt Staff 3; Marshal in summer schools of ' 54 and ' 55. Alice Abigail Baucom Macon. Ga. Library Science Y.W.C.A. 3. 4; Octet 3; Librar - Science Club 3. 4; Choir 3; B.S.U. 4; Gardner Webb 1, 2. Willian Harding Benson . . . .Mocksvilje Grammar Grade Education CMnwha C ' ollet ' e 1; B.S.U.. E -ecuti c f ' ouncil 2: Y.M.C.A. 2. 3, 4; Rhododendhon Staff 3. 4; Snorts Edi ' or 3. 4; Resident Alan gc of Justice Mall 3. 4; Student Council 3. 4; Treasurer 3: President of the Student Bod ' 4: Innior Chief Marshal 3; A.C.E. 3. 4- F.T.A. 4: Vhn ' % Whn Attfoiig Students iu American Universities ami Col- leges 4. Laura Patricia Billings Havs Grammar Grade Education Y.W.C.A. 1; A.C.E. I. 2. 3: College Chorus 3; Library Assistant 2, 3; B.S.U. 1, 2. 3. John J. Bingham Boone Science and Physical Education Physical Education Club 2, 3, 4. Karen Bishop Millers Creek Business Edtication Business Education Club 2, 3, 4. Y ' .W.C.. . Mildred Laney Blackburn Maiden Grammar Grade Education Gardner- Webb Junior College 1. 2. 19 5 6 Sherlev Hi.MKHiiBN Mountain I ' ark P ivsic(? Education and Science Physical liducalidii and Science Physical Hduca- tion Club: Intramurals: Orientation Assistant: Orifntation Club. Piesidenl i; B.S.ll.. Executive Council 2. Robert Blake. Jr Mount Gilead Grammar Grade Ediicnliun Pfciffcr Junior Colleac 1. 2. William Leroy Boan ..Darlington. S. C. Math and Social Studies Math Club; I.R.C.: Intramurals. Gay ' . ters Bostic Ellcnboru Physical Education and English Physical Education Club 2; V..A..A. 2, 3. Nancy Louise Bowen Pinnacle Grammar Grade Education Westminster Fellowship 1. 2. 3. •»: Y.W.C.X. 1; . .C.E. 2. 4; Spanish Club 1. Thomas Aubrey Bowen ..Southern Pines Social Studies J. V. Basketball -49; P.E. Major ' s Club. Betty June Boyd Kings Mountain Biisitiess Education Westminster Fellowship I, 2. i, 4; Business Club 2, 3, 4; Pi nieya Pi i. 4: Corresponding Secretar 4. Margaret Edith Bracy St. Ahoskie Grammar Grade Education Wesley Foundation 1. 2. ,?. 4; Pep Club i. 4; . .C.E. i. 4: Secretary 4. Ruth Eloise Bra.mlett Ashevilk- Math and Science F.T.. . . . 4; B.S.ll. Council 2, 3. 4. President 4; C.T.C. ; Religious Council 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4: Clcc Club 4; .Mars Mill Colleee 1, 2. Ferne Huffman Brandon ....Lexington English and Social Studies Y.W.C.. . I. 3; House Council 3. Arfhur Ulan Brown Jefferson Math and Science Math Club; Science Club. Betty Jane Brown Red Springs Library Science Librar ' Science Club 1, 2, 3. 4. Secretar 3. President 4; C.T.C. 1. 2, 3, 4. Vice President 3, V.W.C.A. I. 2. 3. 4, Secretary 2; Appalachian Staff I. 2. 3. 4. News Editor 3; Riiododi;ndron Staff 3. 4 .Junior Class Editor 3. Feature Editor 4; Pep Club I. 2. 3. 4; Westminster Fellowship 1. 2. 3. 4; Mouse Council I; Religious Council 4; F.T.A. 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Wdo ' s Whn AmonE Sttttlcnfi In American llnivenitics ami Col eges 4. Helen Davis Brown Huntersville Science and Social Studies Mars Flill College I. 2; B.S.U. Executive Council 3. 4; Tri Beta 3, 4; Science Club 4: C.T.C. 3, 4; F.T.A. 4. Joy Brown Boone Primary Education Band I. 2. 3: Orchestra 1, 2; Plavcraf ' .ers 2, 3. Alfred L. Bumgarner Shelby Math and Physical Education Football 1, 2. 3; Physical Education Club I, 2. 3, 4; Varsouvianna 1, 2. senior s s Roberta Geraldine Bundrick . . Forest City English and Social Studies Gardner-Webb 1; Y.W.C.A.; F.T.A.; B.S.U. Council; V.W.A. Frances Virginia Burch Bat Cave Grammar Grade Education A.C.E. 3, 4; ernician Literary Socitev 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Canterbury Club 3, 4. Emily Jo Burges Rockv Mount Business Education Pep Club 1: Y.W.C.A. 1; Business Club 4. Joan Jarrett Burgin Marion Library Science Library Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretar - 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Nancy Catherine Caldwell . . Charlotte Primary Ediication Pep Club 3, 4; A.C.E. 3, 4; Vemician Literary Society 3, 4; B.S.LL 1. Claude A. Campbell Spear Physical Education and Social Studies Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Club 4. Floyd Oren Campbell Spindale English and Physical Education B.S.U. Executiye Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis Team. GwEN Thompson Carlton Lenoir Library Science Library Science Club 2, 3; Y ' .W.C.A. 3. George C. Carter, Jr Boone Math and Physical Education Football 1950; Football Manager 1951; Physi cal Education Club 1951; ' arsouyianna Club 1954- 1955; Football Program Editor 1955; Football Man- ager 1955; Junior Marshal 1954. Evelyn Frances Carswell .... Forest City Home Economics and Science Gardner-W ' ebb 1, 2; Home Economics Club 4; Y.W.C.A. 4; B.S.LI. Council 3. 4. Elizabeth Ann Chambers . . Winston-Salem English and Physical Education W.A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; Physical Education Club 3, 4; Women ' s " A " Club 4; Religious Council 2; lli.use Council 2, 4. GoLDA Chapman Hildebran Grammar Grade Education Y.W.C.A.; House Council 1, 2, 3, 4. Ida Louise Church Millers Creek Pritnary Education Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4; A.C.E. 1; B.S.LI. Executiye Council 1, 2; Orientation Assistant 2; Junior Coun- selor 3; Rhododendron Staff 4; Treasurer of Junior Class. Mary Lucille Church Lenoir Physical Education and Social Studies Women ' s " A " Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Secre- tary 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, 3; Appalachian Staff 1, 2; Modem Dance 4; Varsouvianna 4; Rhododendron Staff 4. Bill Clark Millers Creek Mathematics and Science Math Club; Vice-President of Junior Class. 19 5 6 John H. Clontz Lenoir Mathematics and Science Orchi ' slra 1; Band 1. 2; Pep Club . . 4; Mjlli Club A. I liLTON Jones Cochran Troy English and Social Studies I ' hivcrafli-rs i. 4; Pfciffi-r C " c)lli-i;c 1. 2. Jeanna Mae Coffev Hudson English and Library Science Y.W.C ' .A. I. 2; Wcslev F(iunilatii)n I. 2. A; I.ibran- Science Club I. 2; ' emici; ' n I.iterarx Sdcielv 2, . ; Junior Counselor ■, Forensic . ; N ' arsi tv Debater; Pi Kappa Delta , 4, Secretarx ' -Treasure-- 4; Plavcrafters 1. 2. ?. 4. SecreMrv Treasurer , " ice-President 4: Alpha Psi Omeya, President 4; nelieious Council 2: U ' jo ' s Whrt Avumii Stiidcfit-i ii American Universities iintl Ci Ueiics 4. Maiitiia I.oiMSF CoLVABD ' ilas (JriKHiiKir Grade Education B.S.ll. I: Debate Tournament I; Inlr.innir.il nllevball 2. l t iTv BuiE Cook Denton Cwrammar Grade Education Westminster Fellowship I. ?; House Council . : . | ' tKj je)ii(i« Staff 4; RtlotM Dr,NDnoN Staff 4; .V.C.U. 4. Charles Herman Cook. Jr. ..Mount Airv A iit ieiii(i(ics and Physical Education ' e vberr ' Colleire: Hisjh Point College 2; Plnsi cal Hducation Club. Betty Jane Cooke Hiddenitc Business Education and Social Studies Business Club 1. 2. . 4: House Council 2; Aptfiiliiehiun Staff 3; Rhoix dendron Staff 4; F.F.A. 4. Kelly Maurice Cooper Vilas Graniniar Grade Education ' ini;ale C ' ollege I. 3. Joe Dean Costner Forest Citv Grammar Grade Education Wrestling. Margaret Ann Cozart .Mocks illc ' Home Economics H«»me Fconomics Club I. 2, . . 4, President 4; ' .. ., . 1, 2; X ' ernician Literarv Societv I. 2, . , 4. Chi Lambda Chi. 4. James Marshall Craig Charlotte English and Social Studies Student Council 4: U ' lir s Wlm Avintin Sdiiieiifs In »ieric«ii ( nirersities unit Ciitleaes . 4: Chi Lambda Cbi 2. . 4. President i. Chaplain 2. 4; Westminster Felhivvship I, 2. . , 4, Vice-President 4; V.M.C.A. I. 2. 3. 4. Presitleni 4: Soci.d . ffairs 3. 4; School CfUincil 4; C.T.C. 2. .?. 4. President 2. . ; ' arsou ianna 1: Frjrcnsics I. 2. . . 4. Prcsi dent 4; Phi Kappa Delta 2. . . 4. Vice President . President 4; Reli iotis Council 1, 2. . . 4; Pep Club 4; North Carolina Stale Legislature i. Lenore Greene Critcher . . Blowing Rock Business Education Maioreltc I. 2. i. R. E. Cum MINGS Winston-Salcm Physical Education and General Science Football 1. 2. . 4. r. captain 4; Men ' s " A " Club 2. i, 4; Physical I: ' ucalirm Club 2. Barbara Davis XA ' inston-Salcm lotne Economics Home Fconomics C-lub I. 2. . , 4: ' ernician Socie tv 1, 2, 1. President 4; VW ' nv Fish .1. ' ice Presi dent 4; Pep Club 1, 2, Treasurer .3, 4; Junior Marshal 3. Eugenia Ruth Davis Biltniorc Primary Education Weslev Fellowship 1. 2, .3. 4; Religious Council 2: A.C.E. 1, 2; Pep Club 3. 4; Orientation . ssist ant 2; Junior Counselor 3. s e n I o ass Glenn E. Davis Boone Physical Education and Social Studies Robert D. Deaton Faith Physical Education and Social Studies Baseball 1. 2, 3. 4; Men ' s " A " Cliih 2. 3. 4; Physical Education CUib 2. Marjorie M. Dellinger Crossridrc Business Education Business Club 1. 2. 3. 4: W.A.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship. Clarence Lester Dixon Fallston Physical Education and General Science Doris Jean Dixon Ramscur Physical Education and Social Studies W.A.A.; Women ' s " A " Club; Physical Educa lion Club. Margaret Sp. rks Dobson Nebo Grammar Grade Education B.S.U. 1. 3. 4. Charles Bentlev Dolinger ....Lansing MathenuUics and General Science Playcrafters 4. Mary Lizzie Dunn Laurinburg Grammar Grade Education Dorothy Mae Fades Catawba Grammar Grade Education Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; Westminster Fello yship 1, 2. 3, 4; F.T.A. 4. Elizabeth Ann Eargle Salisbury Physical Education and Grammar Grade Education W..A.A. 1, 2. 3. 4; ' ice-President Sophomore Class; Physical Education Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Social Affairs Committee 4; Who ' s Who Amouo Stitdetils hi AmeTictitt l niversitiev tmil Colleges 4. Marshal 3; ' ice President East Hall 3: House Council 3. 4. Beulah Edwards Sparta BiisiHCSs Education and Social Studies Business Club; Pi Omeoa Pi Secretary; Appalaeh- ian Staff; Rhoixjdendron Staff, Senior C " 1ass Editor; W.A.A.; Pep Club; Wesley Fello yship; Intramurals. Doris D. Edwards Cliffside Primary Education Appalachian Staff, Business .Manager; Rhoix5- DENBRON Staff; F.T.. .; House Council; Pep Club; Wesley Felloyyship, Co-Editor " The Challenge " ; A.C.E. ; I.R.C.; Y.W.C.A. Louis Emmett Elledge . .North Wilkesboro Graiiimnr Grade Education Mars Hill College 1, 2; A.C.E. , President; Chi Lambda Chi. Vice-President; President of Justice Dormitory 4; F.T.A. ; C.T.C.; Social .affairs Com mittec; President Choraleirs 4; Who ' s Who Amonn Students In American Universities and Colleges 4. Chris Elliott Murphy GrniiitHiir Grade Education Appahichian Staff; Science Club, President; 4; Beta Beta Beta; Rhododendron Staff; Wesley Foun dation; International Relations Club; . .C.E.; F.T.- .; Chi Lambda Chi; Who ' s Who .4mong StiirfeiUs In American Universities and Colleges 4. Xancy Joyce Elliott Stony Point English and Social Studies Mitchell College 1. 2. 19 5 6 Betty Jean Emmett Gaslonia Grammar Grade Ediical ' ioii t;;iriliu-r Wfhb I. 2; D..ul)lc Oclot V. A.C.E. i. 4: V.U.C.A. ; U.S.ll. l .i. utile Ci.uiKil i, 4; V.W.A.. I ' risiiknt 4: Hlliili )l lM)m) St.iff i. W ' lLMA C. EvEKiiART WinstoiiSalcm Business Education and Social Studies Business C ' luh 1, 2. ?. 4; Rii()ix i)i nhron Staff 3, 4; ApiuiImI ' " " ' Staff I. 2. S; WisUv lillimship 3; lliiiise Cimiuil I, 3; Clucrli-aiiir 2; Pi Omcya Pi 3, 4, Sccrclarv ■ ici- Prcsiilint 4; trniciaii Siicietv 4. Elizabeth Jane Evvinc iKliiinrit Grammar Grade Education Y.W.C.A. 1. 3: IVp Club 3. 4; Si-ctLtarv I ri-asuur 4; House Council I. 3, 4. Secretary 4; Apjnihictiinn Staff 3. 4. Circulation Manager 4: Hmoihidi noron Staff 3. 4. Circulation Manager 4; Neroitijo Socie- ty 4. Earl R. Fender Ghnlc Valley Grammar Grade Education RIIOIMDENDROX Staff 3. 4: Y.M.C.A. I, 2. 3; F.T.A. 2, 3: ars..ui i.inna 3; A.C.H. 3. William Max Fekree Badin Physical Education and Social Studies Physical lUhicalion C ' luh 1. 2. 4; Chorus 1; Vice President of l-rcsliman C lass: Itaskethall 2; Tennis Team 3, 4: Westminster I-ellowship 1. Annie Virginia Flippin Francisco Business Education and Social Studies Business Cluh 2. 3. 4; Ilou-.c Council 2; C.l.C. 4. Christine Foster Millers Creek Business Ediicfltion and Social Studies Business Club 1. 2, 3, 4. Secretary 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; F.T.A. 4; B.S.U. 2, 3, 4. l-.xccutiye Council 4: House Council 4; r.T., . 4. Marv Elizabeth Foster Ronda Business E.ducalion and Social Studies Business Club 3, 4; Apjuilacliiuti Staff 3, 4; Science Club 4; F.T.A. 4: W.C .ll.. .C. 1. Thomas G. Foster, Jr Ci) )lcemce Physical E.ducation and Social Studies Physical Filucalion Cluh 2. 3. 4. James Hay Freeman J(ines illc Physical Education and Social Studies Physical Iilucalion Cluh 1. 2. 3. Prcsi lcnt 4. P. trk:ia Ann Gabriel ..North U ' ilkcshoro Primary Education Pep Club 2. 3. 4: ' arsnuyianna 4: F.T.A. 4; Wmician Society 3, 4; Y. ' .C ' ..- . 3. Willie Carolyn Gentry Elkin Grammar Grade Education ApiHiltwhiutt Staff 3. 4; RHolxiprNOEioN Si. iff 3. 4; Pep Club 3, 4: Y.W.C.A. 1. 3. Arby June Gibson Gibson Primnry E iicn(ioH Wesley Fellowship I, 2. 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3; A.C.F. I. 4. Johnny Boyd Gibson Murpliv Grammar Grade Education Julia Doris Giezentanner Ashtv ilk- G ' .vimmnr Grade Education B.S.Ll. F-xeculice C ' ouncil: Religious Council: F.T.A. President 4; Mars Hill, 2: A.C.E.: Chi Lambda Chi; Y.W.A.: A.Cl.T.C; House Council. s e n I o ass Robert Lee Gilley Boone Music Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Chi LamhcUi Chi 4. Bonnie Inez Godfrey Marion Grammar Grade Education Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; A.C.E. 1; Westminster Fellow •ship 1; B.S.U. 2. 3; Library Assistant 1. 2, 3. Robert T. Goforth .... Kings Mountain Grammar Grade Education Cheerleader 3, 4, Chief 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Chorus: Concert Band; Dance Band; Music ] hiiors Club; Y.M.C.A.; C.T.C. William Herbert Good Statesville General Science and Physical Education Science Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Beta Beta Beta 3. 4; Tennis Team 3, 4; French Club 1; Ph ' sical Education Club 3, 4; Appciladlion Staff 3; A 7io ' s Who Amono Students in American Uni- versities and CoUeoes 4. Margaret Jane Goodman ..Union, S. C. Mathematics and General Science L.S.A. 1, 2. 3. 4, Treasurer 1. President 3; Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2, 4, President 3; Beta Beta Beta 2. 3. 4, ' ice-President 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3; Relioious Council 2, 3; Class Treasurer 4; House Council 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Junior Counselor 3; C.T.C. I, 2. Kenneth Ray Greene Concord Grammar Grade Education and Social Studies . .C.E. 3; Basketball 1; Junior Marshal 3; Class President 3; Intramurals 1. 2, 3; Appalachian Staff 4; Recreational Staff 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3; Stu- dent Council. Treasurer 4; School Council 4; Wes- ley Foundation 1, 2. 3; Who ' s Who Anions. Stn- denls in American Universities and Colleges 4. Thomas L. Greene Boone Grammar Grade Education William Spencer Greene . . Blowing Rock Physical Education and Social Studies Golf Team; Men ' s " A " Club 4. Bobbie Greer Vilas Business Education Business Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. 3. Lloyd Davis Gregory, Jr Boone English Science Club 1; Spanish Club 1; LR.C. Presi- dent 3; Appahichian Staff 3; Chi Lambtla Chi 3. Martha Ann Guthrie Shelby English and Social Studies Pfeifter C.dleae 1, 2. Teeman Haithcock Robbins Mathematics and Social Studies Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s " A " Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 4; Class President 1; Math Club; Who ' s W)io Amonn Students In American Universities and Colleges 4. Sylvester R. Hall Winston-Salem Business Education Men ' s " A " Club 2, 3. 4; Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4. Shirley Hall Winston-Salem Grammar Grade Education W.C.LLN.C; Methodist Youth Fellowship; LR.C. 3. Edith Mae Hampton Sparta Grammar Grade Education Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. 1, 2. 3, 4; Third ' ice President 2, Publiciry 3; C.T.C. 4. 19 5 6 Charles V ' ii i iam Hancock Wacu P iVsitrt l-diiciUion and Crtnnnuir l. ' nii i " Education Plavcraflcrs 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice-Presiclcnl 2. Pri-si dent 4; Science Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Alpha Psi Oim ' ua i, 4: A.C.E. 3. 4; Chi LamMa Chi 4; Y.M.C.A.; B.S.U.; U ' lio ' s rli(» liNDiii; Slinieiils » Americiiii Universities ittiil Cotie es 4. Albert Harmon Sugar Gruve Physical Fducatiuii and Social Studies Baskelhall I. 2. Emoceni; I Iakmon SlierwooJ. Crratniniir Clrtidc } ducatioti . Carolyn Harmon Lincolnton Business Education and Social Studies liusines? Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Pi ()met;a Pi 3. 4, Presi dent 3; Mouse Council 2; ' ernician Society 3. 4; Ia ' Court 3; Junior Marshal; .■ f f ithic)iiiiu Staff ; Rlliiixini NDRox Staff 3. 4. Associate Business Man aucr 3, Business Manaaer 4; Utimecomino Court 4; Pep Clul) 4: Christmas Court 4; L.S.A. I. 4. Y.W.C.A. 1. John Robkrt Harri: Tampa. Fla. Eni lisli and Social Studies Wesley Foundation, President 4; Chi Lambda Chi. President 4; Y.M.C.A.; Religious Council. Secretary-Treasurer 4. Juanita Harrell Bakersvillc Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2. 3, 4; V ' esley Fellow ship 1, 2; ll ' iio ' s Who Amotlfl Student In Kmt-ri CtiM Unii ' crsities aud Colleges 4. C.LENN Max Harris Concord Physical Education and Mathematics Physical Education Club (. 4; M.illi C hili i. 4; Pep Club 4. Jane Harrison Dtiiiini English Student Council 1. 2. 3. Secretar ' 3; Y. ' .C.. . 1. 2. 3. 4; Westminster I ' ellowship 1, 2. 3. 4; RcllLfious Council 3. ' ice President 3; W.. ' ..- . 1; Chi Lambda Chi 3; ' ernician Society 1. 2. 3, 4; Rlli m DF.NnRo ' Staff 2. 3. 4; Appalachian Staff 1. 2. 3. .Associate Editor 3; " Miss .Appalachian " 3; r io ' s Who Amtmti Students In Anieriain Uiiit ' i ' rsi ties and Colletles 3, 4; l-. ' r..A. 4. Trealy Hartley Harrold North W ' ilki ' sbur.i Physical Education and Mathematics roolball 3. 4: LeesMcHae Colleue 1. 2. Betty Maxinl Hartman ...Walnut ( ' nw Home Economics Home Economics Club I. 2. 3, 4. Secretar Treasurer 4; Science Club I. 2. 3. 4. ' icc Prcsidciil 4: Spanish Club; Y.W.C.A. I. Flora Cecilia Hartsell Concord GramiHiir Grade Education Y.W.C ' .A. I. 3, 4; A.C.E. 1. 3. 4; Weslmins e- rellowship 1, 3, 4. Doris Faye Hayes Ferguson Gramiiinr Grade Education L. Paul Heafner Crossnore Grammar Grade Education Margaret Hedrick DciUoii Primary Education Y.W.C.A. 2; A.C.E. ' 3. 4; ScIcikc Club 2; A). vatachian Staff 3, 4; Hiioi )|il.m r n Staff 4, L.S..A. 2; House Council 2. Ida Sue Hendrix Mocksvilli- Gratntnar Grade Edticalion and Physical Education Women ' s " A " Club 3, 4. President 4; W.A.A. I. 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; Physical Education C " lul) 1. 2, 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4. s e n I o s s Cari. Dean Hennessee Morganton Science and Physical Education Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Y.M.C.A. 1. 2. Frances Louise Hinson Landis Primary Education Wesley Fellowship; Y.W ' .C.A.; Pep Club. Elizabeth Jane Holden Monroe Primary Education Wineate CoUeoe 1, 2; B.S.ll. Greater Council 3; House Council 4. Peggy Ann Holland Marshall Primary Education B.S.U. 1; Pep Club 2, 3; A.C.E. 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 3; Dormiton ' Counselor 3. Bessie W. Hollingsworth Boone Grammar Grade Education and Library Science Wake Forest College 1; Library Science Club 4. Madge Holshouser Faith Business Education Business Club 2, 3; Y.W.C.A. 2. 3. Freida Ann Hoover Spindale Business Education Business Education Club 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; Orchestra 2; ' arsouvianna 1; Music Education Club I. 2. Henry Hayes Hoover Cramerton Business Education X ' arsouvianna Club 1; Band 2; Intramural Bas- ketball 1. 2; Business Club. Janet Sue Houck Boone Business Education Business Education Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4. Historian 4; Vemician Society 3. 4. Pub- licity Chairman 4; Plavcrafters 1, 2; Forensic Club 1. 2; X ' arsouvianna 3. 4; ' arsity Cheerleader 2, 3. 4; Pep Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 3, 4, Reporter 4; Student Council 3, Recording Secre- tar ' 3; Who ' s Who Antono Sfutients In Amt ' Ttcan CoUes.es and Universities 3. Nancy Elizabeth Houser Lewisville Primary Education A.C.E.; Pep Ciub; Mats Hill I. 2. Alverta Eunice Houston .... Harrisburg English and Social Studies Y ' .W.C.A. 4; Aptialachian Staff 2,_ Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, ' 3; C.T.C. F.T.A. 4. Nancy ' Houston Troutman BiisJHess Education and Social Studies Business Club; House Council; Pep Club. Edward Leon Howell Todd Business Education and Social Studies Business Club; Pi Omega Pi; Intramural Sports. Betty Kathryn Huffman Marion Business Education Carson-Newman College 1, 2; Business Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Pep Club 3, 4; President Dauph- Blan Dormitory -i; Y.W.C.A. 3. 4; B.S.U. 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Secretan ' of Senior Class; Pi Omega Pi 4; North Carolina State Student Legis- lature 4. Miriam Teresa Hulon ....Dillon, S. C. Grammar Grade Education Wini ' ate College 1, 2; ' arsouvianna 4; Physical Educatfon Club 3; Octet 3. 4; Chorus 3; W..- ..A. 3, 4; Modem Dance 4; Christmas Court 4. 19 5 6 Dorothy Jean Hunter .... Bcsscmi r City Grammar Groile Ediiciitioii A.C.E. I, 2. 4; C.T.C. 4: Wcslminsli-r IclKiw ship 1, 2. •», Officer 4. Marv Elizabeth Hyler Yanccyvillc General Science and Mathemalia Math Club 1, 2, i: Science Club 1. 2, i: V,. . A. 2; BfU Beta Beta 2, i, Secretar i: Weslev louii Jatiun I. Freida Williamson Jackson Shelby Primary Education A.E.C. 3; Appalachian Staff 2, 3, Feature Wri ter Y.W.C.A. 1; L.S.A. 1. 2, 3; Science Club 1. 2: RllODODENBRON Staff. Helen Mae James Marsln ille Grammar Grade Education Winyate College 1. 2. Philip Carroll Johnston . . . . .Mi (iris ille General Science and Social Studies Joseph Victor Jones Tlidniasvilk- fiiisiness Ediicalioii Business Club 1. 3. 4; B.S.U. 1; .Manager .Mens Wrestling Team 4. Nellie Jo Jones Marimi Primary Education W.C.ll.N.C. 1. 2; Pep Club 3. 4. Patricia Ann Jones Granite (Juarrv Primary Editcation Y.W.C.A. 1. 3; Westminster I ' ellowsliip 2. 3. 4; House Council 3; Pep Club I. Edith Sue Jordan M(iores illc Physical Education and General Science W.A.A. 1. 2. 3, 4; Women ' s " A " Club 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; ' arsouvianna 3, 4. ' ice President 4; Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3. 4; .Modern Dance Club 4. Marjorie Rejane Joyce Price Priiiuiry E.ducation A.C.E. 3, 4; Pep Club 3. 4; .Mars Hill Colleuc 1. 2. Eugene Swin King, Jr Toxaway Music Education Brevard College, Western Carolina Colle;;e, 1, 2; Band 3. 4: .Music Majors Club 3. 4; Orchestra 3, 4. Fulton Swann King Kannapolis Physical Education and Social Studies Physical Education Club 2; Y.M.C.A. I. 2. 3. 4. President 2; Religious Council I, 2. 4; C ' hi L.imbd.i C " hi 2, 4; C.T.C. 4. Treasurer 4; Westminster Eel lo%vship 3. 4. President 4; Pep Club 4. Jimmie Ray Kiser Shelby Physical Education and Mathematics Men ' s " A " Club 1. 2. 3. 4, President 4. Bill Charles Landreth Sparta Business Education and Social Studies Floyd Durl Laney Maiden Science and A at ieindlics Science Club 3, 4. s e n I o s s Richard Arlen Lapish Concord Physical Education and Social Studies Baseball 1. 2, 3. 4; Men ' s " A " Club 2, 3. 4; Chaplain 3, 50lh Bov Award 3, Treasurer 4: Marshal 3; Appalachian Staff 3, 4; Who ' s Who Amonz Stiideyits iji AnieTicaii Universities and CoUe es 4. Virginia Elizabeth Lasley . .Walnut Cove Home Economics and General Science Weslev Foundalion 1, 2, 3, 4; Council 1; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4. William F. Lee Polkville Physical Education and Mathematics Baseball 2; Men ' s " A " Club 3. 4. Carolyn June Leftwich Lenoir English Carson-Newman College I, 2; Library Science Club 3, 4; B.S.U. Executive Council 3, 4; House Council 3; Rhododendro-x Staff 4; V.W ' .C.A. 3, 4. Cabinet 3. Ruby Jean Lewis Creston Grammar Grade Educaticni YAV.C.A. 1, 2. 3. 4; Pep Club 2. 4; A.C.E. 1. 2. Sarah Dean Liddle Jefferson Grammar Grade Education A.C.E. 1; Lees-McRae College 1, 2. George Belk Linker Charlotte Physical Education and Social Studies Appalachian Staff 3, 4; Football 3; Physical Ed- ucation Club 3, 4. Fred Rick Lippard Statesville Business Ediwation Fuutball 2. 3, 4; Appalachiatt Staff 3, 4; Men ' s " A " Club 3, 4; L.S.A. 1, 2, 3. 4. Roy fluNTER LOCKRIDGE Totltl Social Studies Peggy Lee Long Charlotte GramiHor Grade Education Pep Club 2, 3; Westminster Fellowship I. 2, 3. 4; ' ernician Society 3, 4; House Council I. 4; House President of East Hall 4; Mav Ccurt 2; Chi Liimbda Chi 4. John Maurice Lovette .... Millers Creek Business Education J. V. Basketball 1; Business Education Club 2. 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; Physical Education Club 1; Class Secretar -Treasurer 2; Class ' ice-President 4. Richard Laurence Lowder Star General Science and Physical Edtication Spanish Club 1; I.R.C. 2; Science Club 3, 4; Appalachian Staff 2, 3. 4; Y.M.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Phys- ical Education Club 3. 4; Publicity Chairman Y.M.C.A. 3. 4. Ann Wise Lubus Newland Grammar Grade Education Warren Wilson College 1; Indiana Uni ersit ' 3; Modem Dance; Spanish Club; Science Club 4; W ' estminster Fellowship 4. Joy L. Madron Vilas Physical Education and Social Studies Joanne Johnson Marshall . .Walnut Cove GraiiJtHar Grade Edtication Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1; A.C.E. I. 1. 2, Publication ' s Chairman 2; arsouvianna 1. 2; B.S.U. ), 2; Executive Council 2; Pep Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Appalachiafi Staff 2. 3, 4; RhoimdeN ' DRON Staff 4; F.T.A. 4; I.R.C. 4. 19 5 6 Mahv Makshalene McCants ....Concord Biiihiess Education and Social Studies Y.U.C ' .A. 1, 2. 3; Pep Club 2, 3; ApimliwUuiii Slaff 2. . ; VstminsttT Fellowship I, 2, i, 4; KHODODtNPRoN " Staff 4; Business Clilh I, 2. . . 4; C.T.C. 2. Bhttv C.kay McCaskill . . Iktluiiii ' , S. C ' . (iraiiiiiKir Grade Education Queens Culleue I, 2. Russell Thomas McDonald ..Forest Citv Mathematics and General Science .■ |.|..il,ii)li.m Slaff I. 2. . 4, Sp.irls Editor 2. i. Editor 4; Student Council Mentln-r 2; Secretar Treasurer of Justice Hall 4; ll ' do ' s W ' io .Atnf tii; SrtiJerifs In Aitiericini ilitiversities n t OW eyes 4. Biiiv X ' liiGiNiA Marston Old Fori Solid Studies and 1 ihrar Science Library Science C luh; " I . ' .c ' .. .: T.l .A. lo An.v .MAniis Rdtida Home Economics Home Hconomics Club 1, 2, 3. 4; House Council n 1 HANCES .Martin Statfsvillt ' Primary Education .S.C.L. I, 2. 3, 4. Officer 3: . ) |i.W.;c ii iii Staff 2, i. 4; Vestmins:er Fellowship 2. i. 4; V.W .{ . A. 2, 4; House Council 4. John C ahuoi i Matthews . . . .Galax, V ' a. Biistness Education Football I. 2. 3. 4; Baseball 2. 3. 4; Business Club i. 4: .Men ' s " A " Club i. 4; Class Presidcnl 2. FiMiR C;. iMii.LHR noonc (Jraiiiimir Grade Education Olive V. Moretz Btxine Library Science Library Science C ' lub, ' ice-President 2, 3; Cbi Lambda Chi 2, i; C.T.C. 3. Ray Dale Morris Lenoir Alrit ieiiinlics- and Social Studies Io ,tball 1. 2. . 4; Physical 1-, location tlul.; Presi.lent Newlanil Hall .3. liiLLV 1 liJi .MiiLL Mori anton Business Education Business Club 1, 2. 3. 4. Boh Myers Havs Business E.ducalion and Social Studies Business Club 2. 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Pi OmeKa Pi 3, 4. President 4; B.S.II. , 4. txecutixe Council 4; Y.. LC.A. 4; Plavcrafters 2; F.T.A. 4; B.S.II. Ia.m Oix). t Myers Ilickorv Primary Education Si anish Club 1; Y.W.C.A. 1, 3i Pep C:lub 2, 3; L.S.. .. Secretary 1; Orientati in Club, Secretary 3. Sarah Iikille Nannev Spindale Physical Education W.A.A. 1. 2, 3. 4, ice Pn-iidenl 3; Flyine Fish 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presiilent 4; Women ' s " .A " Club 3. 4; Physical Education Club I. 2. 3, 4. Modem Dance 2, 4; AftjmluLh ' uiii Staff 3, 4; ' ar souyianna 4. Ruby Estelle Nesbitt ..Little Rock. Ark. Library Science Library Science Club; B.S.H.: Little Rock College senior s s Fbankie Eloise Norman East Bend Primary Education W ' eslev Fellowship; Y.W ' .C.A. James Bruce Ollis Ingalls Physical Education and Social Studies Football I, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s " A " Club 1. 2, 3. 4; W ' eslev Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Modern Dance Club 3; ' arsouvianna 2; Physical Education Club 1, 2; In- [ramurals I, 2, 3, 4; North Carolina High Scorer in Football 1954; All conference. Allstate 1954; Who ' s Who AiHo»s Sfnflctits ht American UniveTsi- tics and Colleges 4. Franklin Delano Owens Francisco Mathematics and Science Peggy Jo Ann Parker Tavlorsville Primary Education Lees McRae I; T.T.A. 3. 4; Y.M.C.A. 3. 4. MoRT Henry Parks, Jr Morganton Mathematics and Science U ' resllinw 1; Plavcrafters 2, 3; Appalachittit Staff 2. 3. 4; Science Club 3. 4; School Photoorapher 4. Ronald Bruce Patterson .... Charlotte Mathematics and Physical Education Lois Fave Payne Elkin Business Education and Social Sttidies Business Club 2, 3, 4; House Council 3; Pep C lub 4; Rhododendron Staff 3, 4. Erie Meredith Perry- Mount Airy Physical Education Basketball 3, 4. Cliffogene Pilkenton Lenoir Grammar Grade Education F.T.A.. ' ice President 4: Sunda ' School Class Vice Preesident; A.C.E. Robert Allen Poe Durham Physical Education and Mathematics Football; Men ' s " A " Club 3, 4. Ann Hampton Poplin Siler City Grammar Grade Education Mars Hill College 1, 2; B.S.U. Executive Coun- cil; A.C.E.; Y.W.C.A.; F.T.A. Betty Jean Presnell Bumsville Grammar Grade Education Pep Club 3, 4; A.C.E. 4. Howard Lewis Price Gastonia Biisiiiess Education Win ale Junior Colleiie 1. 2; Business Club 3, 4; Football. Clarence A. Primm Rockingham Grammar Grade Education A.C.E. Barbara Ann Proctor Boger City English and Social Studies Y V.C..- . 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Appahicliiafi Staff 1. 2; House Council 2, 3, 4. 19 5 6 Greta Wooten Price Jonesville Graniniar Grade Education Pip Cluh I. 2. Mabjorie Carter Provo Mars Hill Grammar Grade hducalio)i . J. Ramey, ]r High Point P)i)sicii! Education and Mathematics Varsouvianna , 4; Physical Education Club 2, i. 4. Erma Lee Ramsey Bel Log Grammar Grade Education V.W .C. A.; C ' .T.C: B.S.tl. Executive Council. IhANETTE Dean Reid Moorcsville Home Economics Home Economics Club 1. 2, . . 4. Vice President . ; ' ernician Society 1, 2, .?, 4, Chaplain 4; rr)rensic Club 1. 2. i: Majorette 1. 2, f. 4. Chief A. 4: Concert Band 1. 2: Chi Lambda Chi i: Loyill Hall President J; Pep Club 4. W ' iio ' s Who Among Slii ifetits In AifiericaM l niversities ttncl Colh ' Ufs 4. loiiN Shaw Rhodes Thomasville Mnf iciiirtlics and Physical Education Pep C lub I. 2. . 4; Wrestlini; 1. 2, : V.M.C.A. 1. 2; Physical Eilucalion Cluh I. 2. 3. 4. Lucy Doris Rhyne Stony Point Business Education .Mi:chcll College 1. 2; Westminister Icllow hip 3, 4; C.T.C. i, 4; F.T.A. 4: YAV.C.A. 3. Bill Riiinehart Dallas Grammar Grade Education Y.M.C.A. 1: Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Class Officer 2; Playcraf ' crs 1. 2, 3; EHtor, Playbill 3; Modern Dance Club 3: Feature Editor 3; Vsrsouvianna I, 2. 3. 4, President 4- Chi Lambda Chi 4; Sncial Af fairs Committee 4; LR.C. 4. Mary Franxes Rich t liarlottt- Library Scietice B.S.U. Executive Council; F.T.A. ; V.W.C.A.; Library Science Club. Jacqueline Richardson Lilesvillc Grammar Grade Education Y W.C.A. 1. 2; Westminster Fellowship 1. 2. 3. 4: F.T.A. 4. XoRMA E. Richardson Sparta Physical Education and Science Y.W.C.V 1. 2. 3. 4; W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. JiMMiE Lee Ritchie Riclifiold Physical Education and General Science Science Club: Westminster Fellowship; I. B.C.; Physical Education Cluh; Pfciffcr Colece 1. 2. Betty Jean Roberson Jonesville Physical Education and Social Studies Women ' s " A " Club 4; W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Physical Education Club 2. 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 3. 4, Officer 2, 3. Donald R. Roberts Concord General Science and Mathematics Science Club 3. 4; Beta Beta 3, 4. Julia Ann Ross Charlotte Physical Education and Social Stttdies S:udcnl Council 3, 4; Vice President 4; Cheer- leader 3. 4; Varsouvianna 2, 3. 4. President 3; W.A.A. I. 2. 3. 4; Women ' s " A " Club 3. 4; Vemician Society 2. 3. 4; C.T.C; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; Westminster Fellowship 1 . 2. 3, 4. Vice President 3; Modern D nee; Physical Education Club I, 2. 3. 4; " Most Popular " 3; School Council 4; Class Sccretar - 3; Who ' s Who Imoiifi Sfl ie«(s iit Ameri- crm Universities and Colleges 3, 4. senior ass Stuart Dixon Roberts . . . .Winston-Salem Bitsiness Education Football 1,2, 3, 4; Men ' s " A " Club 3. 4; Wrest- ling 1, 2; Appalachian Staff 1, 2, 3, Sports Editor 4; Rhododendron Staff, Assistant Sports Editor 2. Edward Barry Ruth High Point Music Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President and Student Director 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; ' ice President 1; Librarian 1, 2. 3, 4; Chorus 1; Octet 2, 3; Music Majors Club 1, 2, 3, 4, ' ice-Presidenl 2: Director of Brass Ensemble 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 2, 3. Mildred Pauline Sapp Lansing English and Social Studies B. Jefferson Savage, Jr Germanton Physical Education and Social Studies Pep Club 1; B.S.U. 1; Physical Education Club 3. 4; X ' arsouvianna 3. Sara Lou Schuyler Lou-gap Primary Education W.A.A. 1; Orientation Assistant 2; House Coun- cil 1, 2, 3; Dormitory President 3; Nurse ' s Assistant 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S.U, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3; Appalachian Staff 2. Frances Anne Selvey Forest City Grammar Grade Education College Band 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S.U. Executiye Council I; Pep Club 1, ..... 3, 4; Rhododendron Staff 4, Dorothy Grey Sharpe Burlington Mathematics and Social Studies Pep Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Math Club 3, 4; Vemician Society I, 2, 3, Treasurer 4. Shirley Mona Sh.arpe Kannapolis Grammar Grade Education Chorus 1, 2, 3; Octet 2, 3; Library .Assistant 2, 3; Secretary Sunday School Class 1; President Sun- day School Class 2; Music Director of College Department 3; B.S.U. I, 2, 3. Barbara E. Shaw Liberty Primary Edtication . y.C.. .; C.T.C; B.S.U. Executiye Council 4. Mary June Sheets Laurel Springs Home Economics and Science Home Economics Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Appalachian Staff 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 3, 4. Emma Jean Shields Murphy Primary Education A.C.E. 2, 3, 4; House Council 3; Junior Marshal; B.S.U. I, 2; Y,W.C.A. 1; Rhododendron Staff 2, 3. Delores Ann Short Wadesboro Grammar Grade Education ' incate Junior College 1, 2. Bob L. Sigmon Catawba Grammar Grade Education arsity Cheerleader 2, 3. 4, Chief 3; West minster Feno yship 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3; A.C.E. 4; F.T.A. 3. William Coleman Sigmon . . . Lincolnton Mathematics and Social Studies Y.M.C.A. 2; Math Club; LR.C; Intramurals. Paul Simpson Boone .AJiisic a7id Social Studies .Mars HUl College 1, 2; USAF Band; Orchestra; Brass Ensemble; .Music Education Club. 19 5 6 I ' aui 1 1. SisK Bessemer City Mathemalici tiiid Pliysical F.diicalioii I ' aui. J. Smith Boone Business Fducatiou C ' ..lk ' i£0 Public Ri-l;ili(iiis; l ' huliii;r:iplKr I. 2. . 4: Chief Marshal. Sumnu-r 1955: Pi Oims;;! Pi 4: Business Club 1. :. . 4. Betty Jane Sneed Mouni ( " .ika-.l Business Educniion n,niliid,um Staff I. 2. J. 4; RMiiliiirii ndhon Staff ; Business Club 1. 2. i; Wcslev I (lun-.lati. n 1. 2. . 4. Nancy Lee Snideu Eaulc Springs Mathematics atid English V W C A I 2. ' . 4; Westminster Fellinvsbii) 1. 2, i, ' 4; Math CIiil) 1. 2. ?. 4, President 4. F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Sceretarv 4; lUldlxim NUnoN Stall ■ ?, 4. Managini; Editur 4: Residence Cnunseliu ? ' , C.T.C. 3. 4; Chi Lambda Chi. Secretary 4; Spanish Club 3. ISii.L Hay Sofley Mncksvillc Business Fducatiou Business Club 2. 3. 4; arsouvianna 2 3. 4. Class President 4: V.M.C A. 3. 4, ice President 4 Baptist Student Uni(in 2. 3, 4. Vice- Prcsldeir 4 Chi Lambda Chi 3. 4. Secretary 3; Siicial Affairs Ciimmittce 4; President Justice Hall 3: Mnnitor 2. . 4; Who ' s Will ' . iiixni; Sliulenis (il Imericiiii (fiiiicrsil ' Vs (iiid CdlliX ' 4. SiiiHEtY Mae Spanc.I-HR . . . . Iiutlicrrnrcltini EtiglisJi and Social Sditiies Varsiiuyianna 1; Vcrnician Society 3, 4; Pep Club 2. 3. 4. Dwic.iiT Coleman Speece Statesv illc Business Education Business Club 2: A.C.E. 3; V.M.C. . 3. Pi Omesia Pi 4; F.T.A. 4. lo Nell Starnes Monroe Grammar Grade Education A.C.E. I. 2, 3. 4; V.W.C.A. 1: I .F.A. 4. P.MSY Alien Starnes . . . .Cliesncc. S. C. Socio! Studies (in i Enejish Y V C.A. I. 2. 3. 4; C.T.C. 2. 3, 4i Spanish Club 2; B.S.II. 1, 2, 3, 4; I.I A. 4; RlloDoDrMDliox Staff 3, 4. Ernestine Ross Stewart .... Spruce Pine Grammar Grade Fducatiou W.A.A. 1. 3; Wesley Fellmyship 1: Class Secie lary 2: House Council 3. DvvicjiiT B. Stohie Blowing Rock (irnininiir Grade Education Jeanette tnwARDs Strickland ....Boone Primary F.diication llnuse Council 2; Vernici n Sncie.y 3; Pep I liili i; May Court 3. Winona Elizabeiii Swaim ....Lexington Physical Education aud Social Studies Flora Macdonalcl I; Physical Education C ' luh 2, 3. 4; W.A.A. 2. 3. 4. Irma Iris Tanner LIk I ' .irk Physical Education and Social Studies Physical Education Club: Women ' s " " Club: W.A.A.; Y.W.C.A. Jean Templeton Boone Physical Education Ciilleiie Band 2, 3: Wilson Teacher ' s C ' ollei;e I; W.. .A. 2, 3, 4; ' arsouyianna 3. 4. Secretary 4: Physical Education Club 2. 3. 4, ' ice-President 4; Women ' s " A " Club 4. senior s s Irma June Thompson Mt. Gilead Primary Education Y.W.C.A.; B.S.U. 1, 2, 3, 4. Margabet Crawley Thurman Ruby, S. C. Grammar Grade Education F.T.A.; I.R.C. Esther Marie Turner East Marion Grai?iiiiflr Grade Education Gardner- ' ebb College 1, 2; B.S.U. Executi e Council; A.C.E.; F.T..- .; College Choir. Robert James Turner Wadesboro Business Education and Social Studies Wingate College College 1, 2: Business Club 3, 4; Y.M.C.A. 3, 4. Doris Vance Boone Geeneral Science and Mathematics Gardner- Webb College 1, 2. Teddy Dean Vaden Francisco Mathematics and Science Math Club 3, 4; Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4. Jo Anne Ruth Vannoy ' .... West Jefferson Grammar Grade Education W.A.A. 1; A.C.E. 4. Doris Eugenia Wall Spindalc Grammar Grade Education A.C.E. 2, 3; Y.W.C.A. 3; F.T.A. 4; House Coun cil 3. Marietta Estelle Ward ..Mount Hulh Primary Education V.V ' .C..- 1; Orientation Assistant 2; Rhododen- dron Staff 2, 3, 4; Appalachian Staff, 3, 4; A.C.E. 3, 4; Third Vice-President 3, Vice-President 4; L.S.A. 2; House Council 2. Betty Joan ' aters Lincolnton Home Economics Home Economics Club 1. 2. 3. 4; V.. .A. 1; arsouvianna 3; Pep Club 3; Vemician Societv 2, 3. 4: Mav Court 3. Avery Thomas V ' atkins, Jr. Winston-Salem Business Education Varsou ' ianna Lena Faye Watts Morganton English and Social Studies Y.W.C.A. 4; F.T.A. 4. RoYCE Jeroline Watts Kannapolis Home Economics and General Science Home Economics Club 4; X ' crnician Societv 4: Y.W.C.A. 1. Lois Ann Weast Mount Ulla Primary Education Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; C.T.C. 2, 3, 4. President 4; Religious Council 4; Y.W.C.A. 3. 4; Appalachian Staff 1; Librar ' Science Club 1; Chi Lambda Chi 4. Nancy Jane Weathers Lattimore Primary Education A.C.E. 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, 3; Pep Club 3, 4; B.S.U. 1. 2. 19 5 6 s e n i o r ass Elzina MAf Weaver Grassv Creek Primary Education A.C.E. I, 4; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4; Wcslcv 1 i.umla tiiin 4. Camilla W ' elborn Mountain Park Grammar Grade Edttcatioti Y.C.W.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Cabinet 2. 3. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3. 4. Officer 3; A.C.E. 2. 3. Second icc Presi dent 3; B.S.II. 1. 2. 3, 4. Executive Council 1. 2. 3, 4; House Council 3; Rnolx DtNDRON Staff 2. 3. 4, Clas.s Editor 2. .Associate Editor 3, Editor 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Who ' s Whn .Unona Slliiliiils In Americnti Universities itntl Colleges 4. .Margaret Carol Westbrook ..Albemarle Home Economics Home Economics Club I. 2. 3, 4; Science C ' luli 2, 3, 4; VVeslev rellowshiii. ADE Franki in W iLMorii Dcibsiin Grammar Grade Education Plavcrafters I, 2; B.S.II. Executive Council I. Carole Delores Wilson Kannajmlis Grammar Grade Education F.T.A. 3: Pep Club 1. 4; A.C.E. 4. ■Nelda p. Wilson Burns ille Primary Education B.S.II. Council I, 2; Religious Council. Secretar 2; A.C.E. 1. 2. 3. 4. Reporter 2. ice President 3; Y.W.C.A. 1. 3; Pep Club 2. 3. 4; ]. W Cheerleader 2: Rlloix DENDBoN Staff 3. 4; ' ernician Sticielx 2. 3. 4. Frances Carol m)I) I lavs Grammar Grade Education Colleae Chorus I. 3; A.C.E. 2. 3: B.S.II. I, 2. 3: Librarv .Assistant 2, 3. John L. Wood Mmini Airv Business Education and Social Studies Business Club I. 2. 3. 4. Thomas H. Wrigiit Blowing Kock Btisiness Education and Social Studies I ' lTiii Yelton Bostie Gniiiimar Grade Education Bernice H. Young Bakersville Primary Education Joe Burton Young Bakersville Grammar Grade Edtication Intramural Basketball. la c One Hundred Sci ' ciifv ay day ' 56 Qiicc.i [,j, hernia 4nlon t : ■■»-t ■ h Joan Waters Senior Irma Thompson Senior liAlUJARA PrOCIOR Senior Nancy Caldwell Senior . 1 IIA C 11I ' ,IS1()P1U.R liiiiior Jo Ann Carlton ]unior Doris Glynn Adams ]iniior Peggy Lowery Sophomore Carolyn Wall Sophomore Becky Bingham Freshman Joan Gotten Freshman Pntje One Huiulred Seventy f ' physical education club 1 a - I heeman Pifsiilriit MiiDiu-i) Mahf. Vict ' - ' reside; ; Evelyn Peters Sccrclary l)n. Thomas Sp(»is()r First row. Mr. Hioinas, R;iv Frc-c-man, Mildred Mahe, Evelyn Peters. Second row: Katherine Ciilcs, Martha Clrady, Edna Baiicom. Lou Watts, Pat Crews. C-harles I lancock. Third row: Ronnie Kincaid, Paul Knight, Raehel Hardin, Margaret l.awson, Irene Roaeh, Frances Gettys. Fourth row: Tom George, Letty Ijames, Marth.i Nohhii, Jerr Stalev, Barhara 1 larnicui. Gene Iriijrani. jane ' ile . J ij ' lh row: Don Pahiu ' r, P.iul I linshaw, Dolly Vanderlip, Virginia SulHvan, Mary Edith Smith, Jill Caaulex, Max George. Sixth row: Gary Clark, jim Sawyer, Carl While, Boh NimI, HoIhti McLain, D. W. Miles, Charlie Wagoner. Pa " e One llumheil Seventy-six varsouvia nna Bill Rhinehart President Edith Jordan Vice-President Jean Templeton Secretary Wanda Smith Treasurer Left to right: Jack Sizemore, Sue Jane Harmon, Bob Edwards, Jean Henderson, Paul Knight, Jill Laughridge, Jimmie File, Nancy Harrison, Jim Sawyer, Wanda Smith, Edith Jordan, Bill Rhinehart, Joyce Ollis, Neil McKinney, Emily Atwood, Jimmie Martin, Frances Lantz, Huitt Reep, Glenda Vestal, Ouinton Varnes. P« e One Hundred Seventy-seven campus superlatives Carolyn Harmon Miss Appalachian Bill, BliNSON Mr. Appalachian I Iarold Lawing Most Popular lull A Ross Most Valuable Pnge One Hundred Seventyei hl senior superlatives |oAN Waters Most Attractive Delano Owens Most Hmuisome Elizabeth Eargle Most Athletic Girl Jim Ollis Most Athletic Boy Tee Hulon Friendliest Julia Ross Most Versatile JUANITA HarRELL Most Intellectual Bill Sofley Most Likely To Succeed who ' s who among students in american universities and colleges Ted BAnNETT Jeanna Coffey 1 1 Aiioi.D Bennett Jlm Craig Bill Benson Mary Loliise Dobbins Jack Branch Elizabeth Eargle Betty Jane Broun Emmett Elledge Page One Hundred Eighty Chris Elliott JUANITA HaRRELL James Ollis Herb Good Jane Harrison Jeanette Reid Ray Green Richard Lapish Julia Ross Teerian Haithcock Russell McDonald Bill Sofley Charles Hancock Valorie Mosher Camilla VVelborn P«ge One Hundred Eiahty-one rhododendron staff sponsors Camilla Welborn, Editor W,: Eo.,d WjLn C ' amilla Welborn, Editor Pnge One Htmdred Eighty-two f5. y. { [ ebb -J amion Carolyn I Iarmon, usmess Manager Wr. J. W.U JJ. annon Carolyn Harmon, Business Manager Page One Hundred Eiglity-lhree sponsors RussEi L McDonald Editor of the Appalachian rj. C tilde (Ldicardj " J Doris Edwards Rusiness Manager of the Appalachian Pnsje One Hutidred Eigjityfour sponsors If (ancu Latk tain Bill Benson President of Student Body IN MEMORIAM rj. eiiie ijeli J ofiei. Bill Sofley President of Senior Class Page One Hundred Eigjtty-five sponsors Wn. JlamlcA Voet Lambert Voet President of juiiiur Class ' «. 2). S: Jro,j Jf A ' alter Brovhili, Presideiit of Sophoiiiore Class Page One Hundred Eighty-six sponsors rJ. ed Vwalion Ted Watson fS. . .yv. L raivjoi ' d Sarah Chawford President of Rclisious Council Page One Hundred Ei ty-seven A ??A LACHIA H STA TE TEA CHERS COLLEGE Boone, North Carolina ' G iD DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO IMPROVING INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE IN NORTH CAROLINA AND THE SOUTH 0 " =; Graduate and Undergraduate Work Regular and Summer Terms Page One Hundred Eighty-eig if HOLLY FARMS POULTRY COMPANY, INC. WILKESBORO and WINSTON-SALEM, N. C. Processors of Genuine North Carolina Poultry WATAUGA DEMOCRAT " Established 1888 " R. C. Rivers, Owner BOONE, N. C. WALDENSIAN BAKERIES. ..BAKERS OF SUNBEAM BREAD Page One Hundred Eighty-nine REINS-STURDIVANT OF BOONE, INC. Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA Reins-Sturdivant Mutual Bu rial Association, Inc. North Wilkesboro, Boone, West Jefferson, Sparta, N. C. ANDREW ' S CHEVROLET, INC. BOONE, N. C. Office Phone AM 4-8443 Shop Phone AM 4-3815 MECHANICAL REPAIRS TO ANY MAKE CAR Bare Frame Machine Radiator Repair Body Repairs and Painting Compliments and Best Wishes From Leftwich Electric Corporation LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA PET ICE CREAM " A Health Food " Manufactured by PET DAIRY PRODUCTS CO fa e One Hundred iN ' iucly HAMMARY MANUFACTURING CORPORATION FURNITURE LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of LENOIR STATIONERY CO. LENOIR, N. C. Motor Parts and Supply Company AUTO PARTS AND ACCESSORIES Phone AM 4-8671 BOONE, N. C. Compliments of ' Manufacturers of Fine Paper And College Supplies " The Goodwill Department Store Retail General Merchandise NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. B and L MOTORS Oldsmobile — Cadillac Carolina ' s Largest Oldsmobile Dealer Phone 944 2nd Street Highway 18 NORTH WILKESBORO Piiye One Hundred i inety-niie The Light Refreshment Pepsi-Cola Bottling Compony, Hickory, North Carolina One-Stop Shopping FAIRWAY SUPER MARKET LENOIR, N. C. Congratulations and Good Luck KOHLER CAMPBELL, INC. GRANITE FALLS, N. C. y(r From your friends in General Shale Products Corporation JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE Page One Hundred lSlinet -two Boone Tire and Bargain Store Furniture Frigidaire Appliances BOONE, N. C. Phone AM 4-3801 Phone AM 4-8839 BOONE TRAIL JMOTEL Mr. and Mrs. |ake Moretz, Owners and Operators NEW - BRICK - HEATED - PRIVATE BATHS BEAUTYREST BEDS One Half Mile From " Horn In The West " 820 East Main St. Boone, N. C. BANK OF LENOIR LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA Serving Lenoir and Caldwell County Since 1894 MEMBER OF F.DIC. " Old Enough to Know Young Enough to Crow " Meet Your Friends At CAROLINA PHARMACY Phone AM 4-3781 BOONE, N. C. LEE and ROBBINS, INC. MEN ' S FASHION SHOP 100 North Main Street LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of The North State Canning Co. " Makers of Watauga Chopped Kraut " BOONE, N. C. Pdtje One Hundred Ninelytliree UGHES ' RANKIN C School and Institutional Furnishings 1229 Montlieu Avenue Telephone: 6981 HIGH POINT, N. C. SMITHEY ' S DEPARTMENT STORE " Caldwell County ' s Leading Depar tment Store " Groceries, Clothing and General Merchandise LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA Good Used Cars at Low, Low Prices Main Street Boone, N. C. BOONE AUTO EXCHANGE LENOIR OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. Typewriters Sales — Service — Rentals LENOIR, N. C. SMITH PRINTING CO. We Print Your Football Programs Wedding Invitations and Announcements LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA 117 S. Mulberry Phone 4-4509 Pa e One Hundred Ninety-four LOYETTE POULTRY CO. QUALITY RED FOWL AND FAMOUS WILKES FRYERS Phone 18 NORTH WILKESBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Organized 1888 CITIZENS BUILDING LOAN ASSOCIATION The Home Builders ' Friend LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of FARMERS HARDWARE AND SUPPLY CO., INC. " Everything in Hardware and Associate Lines " BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA Phone AM 4-8801 NEWTON ' S DEPARTMENT STORE Complete Line of MEN ' S AND LADIES ' READY-TO-WEAR At Popular Prices BOONE, N. C. Phone AM 4-8807 P«fie Une Hundred Ninely-five BELK ' S DEPARTMENT STORE BOONE, N. C. -¥• " The Home of Better Values " Home-Owned and Home-Operated HILLSIDE DAIRY PRODUCTS, Inc. PHONE AM 4-8211 BOONE, N. C. CAUDILL ' S, Inc. THE SHOP FOR LADIES AND MEN 123 East King Street BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA BOONE FLOWER SHOP Flowers for all Occasions Phone AM 4-3041 BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA DANIEL BOONE HOTEL Elevation 3333 Boone, N. C. DINING ROOM SERVICE J. B. McCoy, Mgr. C. A. Price, Resident Manager Page One Hundred Ninety-six THE NORTHWESTERN BANK BOONE, N. C. Since 1903 Appalachian State Teachers College has grown with the educational needs of North Carolina and the South. Appalachian is an institution of which all the people of Western North Carolina are proud. Since 1937 The Northwestern Bank has supplied the complete banking needs of this section. We of the Northwestern Bank are proud to offer our services to the growth of this section. A COMPLETE BANKING INSTITUTION OFFERING EVERY BANKING SERVICE MEMBER F. D. I. C. Compliments of GADDY MOTOR COMPANY West D Street NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. Telephone 4-3681 GULF CENTRAL SERVICE Tires — Batteries — Accessories and Appliances LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA THE CHILDREN ' S SHOP Complete Outfitters for INFANTS TO PRE-TEENS BOONE, N. C. Compliments of Tomlimson ' s Department Store Always Dependable Merchandise Phone 406 Main Street NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. Pflge One Hundred Ninety-seven RHODODENDRON PHOTOGRAPHY BY Palmer ' s Studio BOONE, N. C. " Boone ' s Leading Photographic Center " TRAILWAY LAUNDRY and CLEANERS, Inc. " The Best In Laundry and Cleaning " Pick-up and Delivery Service Phone AM 4-8415 BOONE, N. C. GOODNIGHT BROTHERS " Packers and Shippers of Watauga Produce " FERTILIZERS-SEEDS PHONE AM 4-8891 Page One Hundred Ninety-eight Established 1872 COURTNEY ' S LADIES ' AND MEN ' S WEAR LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of GREENE BUICK, INC. Buick Cars — CMC Trucks Phone AM 4-3778 Boone, N. C. Safe For Your Savings Since 1921 Watauga Savings Loan Association " Assets Over $3,000,000 " CURRENT DIVIDENDS 3% We Believe The American Home Safeguards The American Liberty Maintenance Supply Co., Inc. JANITORIAL SUPPLIES HUNTERSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA WAYSIDE FURNITURE Route No. 2 NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. Custom Made Furniture and Interior Decoration Phone 337 WHITE PACKING COMPANY North Carolina ' s Finest Meats Since 1922 Ask for White Seal Brand Meats Lard, Bacon, Franks, Bolognas and Hams SALISBURY, N. C. Compliments of Western Carolina Electrical Supply Co. Wholesale Electrical Supplies Equipment LENOIR, N. C. 110 S. Boundry St. Dial 4-9520 Boone ' s Favorite Department Store HUNT ' S DEPARTMENT STORE Page One Hundred Ninety-nine BOONE DRUG COMPANY REXALL " The Professional Store " Three Registered Pharmacists W. R. Richardson 0. K. Richardson G. K. Moose Phone AM 4-3766 Listen WATA 12:15 IT IS OUR PLEASURE - time at the movies. - When you hove a good IT IS OUR PLEASURE — at things you see on the When you lough screen. and cry IT IS OUR PLEASURE - come to know ond love th treat. — That youngsters have e movies as a very special IT IS OUR PLEASURE - stantly searching for new to life. - That Hollywood ideas and bringin is con- g them IT IS OUR PLEASURE - the entertaining of the State Teochers College. - That we hove a students of Appo part in lochian THE APPALACHIAN THEATRE " Everybody Likes Movies in Boone " lOtlilO WNOll Kwmoi ' iT Ol l " l COC cot COm ' am »i Page Tiro Hundred BROYHILL FURNITURE FACTORIES LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA Representing Lenoir Chair Co. Lenoir Furniture Corp. Conover Furniture Co. O. L. Broyhill Furniture Co. Harper Furniture Company Compliments of UNION NATIONAL BANK LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA ScHRAFpfS " The Nation ' s Leading Candies " ON SAl.H Ar UOOi) STORKS EVKKVWMhKE $1.00 - $2.C0 Lb. Morgan Bros., Inc. Wholesale Distributors 67 Uroadway, Asheville, N C. is Delicious Food MORGAN BROS., INC. Page Two Hundred One Cornweil Implement Company Sales — Service Complete Line of Oliver Farm Machinery T. Mills Cornweil Phone 6069 Rt. No. 5, Fallston Rood SHELBY, N. C. Compliments of Spainhour Furniture Co., Inc. LENOIR, N. C. SHORTY ' S " The Students ' Nightly Retreat " North Wilkesboro Highway Boone, N. C. Compliments of Hudson Cotton Manufacturers HUDSON, N. C. Page Two Hundred I no ELECTRICITY SERVES YOU Time-Saving and Penny-Wise NEW RIVER LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY OBSEHVEIT TI G HOUSE Pnge Two Hundred Three ■Xr!fy-v:H pKMm


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