Appalachian State University - Rhododendron Yearbook (Boone, NC)

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I c F K ■ 1 let 9 ' £ EDITED BY PAT WILLIAMS MANAGED BY JO ANN FOSTER U of jdppa cLcJUtuc Atatt " JetLcAek Cetfaft BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA 1 lis un tiring efforts in the many years of service to the college and his interest in the students have impressed us. Real- izing that life is a series oi impressions, a leu more lasting than others, we place him within these lew and to Dr. J. I . C Wright dedicate the 1957 Rhodium mi . PART ONE ADMINISTRATION INAUGURATION V i «■ • William Plemmons A.B., M.A., Ph.D. President Page Ten B. B. Dougherty B.S., Ph.B., D.Lit., D.Ed. President Emeritus J. D. Rankin A.B., A.M., S.T.D. Dean Emerit us Bernard Dougherty, B.S. Vice-President and Comptroller Merman R. Eggers, A.B., M.A. Registrar I). J. Whitener, P... l. V. Ph.D. Dean of College DEANS C II M ' l ' l I II SOX. .B., l. . Dean of ( ' militate School Barbara Stephenson, U.S., M. . Dean of W omen Leo K. Pritc hi i i P .. M.Ed. Dean " I Men DEPARTMENT HEADS Catherine Smith, B.S., M.A. Art Craydon P. Eggers, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. nglish William T. Carse, B.S., M.S. Personnel and Guidance Ray Derrick, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Biology James E. Stone, B.S., M.S., Ed.D. Extension R. W. Watkins, A.B., M.A. Physical Education A. R. Smith, A.B., A.M. ( hetnistry Ila Taylor Justice, A.B., B.S. in L.S. Library Science Starr Stacy, B.S., M.A. Physics Herbert Wey, B.S., M.A., D.Ed. Education J. T. C. Wright, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Mathematics Wiley Smith, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Psychology Lucy Brock, B.S., A.B., M.S. Home Economics Gordon Nash, A.B., M.A. Music D. J. Whitener, A.B., M.A., Ph.D Social Studies Page Thirteen noii ' in 1776 . . . science marches on FACULTY Gelene A. Atwood, B.S. ( ' hemistn John G. Bardbn, A.B., A.M.. Ph.D. Education Annie Mae Blackburn, 1S.S. Business Roy R. Bi.anton, Jr., B.S., M.A. Education Robert William Broome, M.S.. M.A. Physical Education Golden T. Buckxans, B.S., M.A.. Ph.D. Mathematics Helen Burch, A.I!, M.A. Geograph y Ruth F. Campbell, A.I!., M.A. Modern I anguages Invis W. Carpbntbr, Jr., lis M.S.. Ph.D. Biology J. Lou Carpenter, A.B.. M.S. Speech FACULTY Walton S. Cole, B.A., M.A. Music Francis C. Cook, B.A., M.A. English Crace Councill, B.S., M.A. Education Jefferson Max Dixon, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Social Studies Edwin S. Dougherty, B.S., M.A. Social Studies Daisy Williams Eggers, B.S., M.S. English Joseph R. Ellis, B.S., M.S. Education and Psychology Nicholas Erneston, B.M.E., M.M., M.E. Music Leonard Ehry, A.B., B.S. in L.S., M.S. in L.S. Lihrar ' uui Peter William Everett, B.S., NLA., Ph.D. Physical Education a future of quietness these rocks are so hard take it from the top a class at ease 9 ro FACULTY William Edmund Fulmer, A.M., M.Ed., Ed.D. Education John Bow in HAMILTON, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. English Roberta M. Hamilton, B.A., M.A. I nglish and Dramatics W. Richard Hargrove, U.S., M.Ed. Education im i ii I . Hargrove, B.M., M.A. Music Martha G. Hawkinson, A.B., M.A., B.S.S.A. Business Education Waj ni; A. Hawkinson, B.S., M.A. Mathematics i i him H. Hodges, A. IV. M.S. Health and Physical I ducation i i ii A. HoDciN, B.S., 15. S. in L.S. Reference I ibrarian David HoDGIN, B.A., M.A. nglish FACULTY William S. Hoffman, B.S., M.A.. Ph.D. Social Studies Francis L. Hoover, B.S., M.A. Physical Education Rena Hoover, B.S., M.A. Social Studies Ben H. Horton, B.S., M.A. Supervisor of Student Teaching John T. Howell, B.S., M.A., M.Ed. Principal of Elementary School Vance C. Howell, B.A., M.A. Social Studies Mary Alice Huff, A.B., A.B. in L.S. Education Isbel Fleming Jones, B.S.Ed., M.Ed., Ed.D. Education James Jones, B.S., M.A. Social Studies and Business William J. Jones, B.A., B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Music ink, pen, paper, mess that freshman spelling F A C U L T John Mitcheli Justice, A.B., A.M. Social Studies Qli mpi Ki rcHi s, 1!.S.. M.A. Education Fredrick Kirchner, B.S., M.S.. Ph.D. Physical Education Joy Miller Kirchner, B.S., M.A. Health and Physical Education John Kirk, B.S., M.A. Physical Education Ida Belle Ledbetter, A.B., M.A. Biology Mary Jane Matthews, B.S., M.A. Physical Education Eloise C. Melton, A.B., M.A. Library Science and Social Studies J. R. Melton, B.A., M.A.. Ph.D. Education Allen Cim Montgomery, B.A., B.S., III ' ,. M.A., M.S. Mathematics William Henri Morgan, B.S., M.A. Ph.D. nglish Mary Ellen Neil, l!.S Home Economics W. W. Powi 1 1 B.A., M.A., Ph.D. English Uberto Price, U.S., M.A. Education John Ai i rj d Pnm In., A.B., M.A. Director. Audio isual ( enter Mary Eunice Query Lee Francis Reynolds Madge M. Rhyne A.B. in L.S. B.S., M.A., Ed.D. B.S., M.S. Librarian Margaret E. Ratterkee B.S., M.A. Physical Education Education Jane M. Riner B.S., M.A. Business Education Home Economics FACULTY period of prosperity just getting the notes James W. Rooker, Jr. B.M., M.M. Music Kent Robinson B.S., M.A. Biology W. Hoyt Safrjt B.S., M.A. Music George L. Sawyer B.S., M.A. Social Studies Janet Sharp B.S. Home Economics r mt i I oris Shipm ' .s Zeb Shook m i iam G. Spencer Elizabeth Storm Onus Sutton B.S., A.B., M.A. B.S., M.S. B.M., M.A. B.S. B.S., M.A. 1 ll ' Jidl Librarian Music Physical Education Business 1-ducation ROGI R Thomas Kathryn C. Tully Ina Van Noppen John J. Van Noppen Vivian i i born B S . M.Ed. A.B., M.A. B.S., M.Am., Ed.D. A.B., M.A. ' , Ed.D. Dietitian Physical Education Business Education Social Studies English FACULTY C r. wis Williams B., M.A. lju is l VIrs. I. I . B ski Dauph Blan Hostess Elizabeih Williams B.S. Art Mrs. Maxie Edmisten Sonli Hostess C arrie Winkler A.B.. M.A. Social Studies |.C. Voder B.S., M.A., l ' h. I). Social Studies Mary Shook Nurse Miss Marjorie Kelly m ill Hostess Mrs. Annie Majbtte East Hostess Mrs. Lottie Shulenb White I lall Hostess ( t THE FOUNDER WATCHING THE NEW MAN TAKE OVER " checking the program . . thinking it over Page Tivetitv-one proudly we hail INAUGURATION. A milestone in the histon " I Appalachian State Teaehers College— truly history in the making— pomp and circum- stance -the reds, hhies. yellows, and greens of the academic procession— orchestra music— celebrities— guests— well-wishers- representatives from colleges, universities, professional or- ganizations— the great dignity and quiet beauty of the cere- mony— tributes in song by the chorus— speeches— tributes b Dr. Dougherty, a true " man of the Mountains " — a raft . . . go marching in conferring the title RESIDENT PL EMMONS of people " faculty, students, guests " congratulations from the state, the town, the faculty, and the students —the pop of flashbulbs— the actual inauguration— applause— the inaugural address— " I pledge the fullest measure of my energy, my mind, my heart, and my spirit. I shall hope for, and try to be worthy of your continuing confi- dence and support. " — longer and louder applause— the recessional— and another " man of the mountains " is charged with the responsibility of guiding the destiny of our Alma Mater in the hills. I I V l 1 I 1 I 111! E 1 N Recording Secretary Joe Eller ' icc President Joe Baird Senior Conrad Horton Senior STUDENT GOVERNMENT Hard fought campaigns— elections— " I solemnly swear— " , —meetings— activities— official participation in the government of Appalachian— supervision of campus elec- tions—the check list and ballot box in the cafeteria —Saturday night recreation in the gvmnasium— planning committees— dancing— cooperation— work done in conjunc- tion with faculty members and campus organizations- efforts to keep everything running as smoothly as possible —the Valentine ' s Dance— hours spent planning— the actual hours of working on decorations, refreshments, etc. —cleaning up afterwards— mopping the gymnasium— sense of pride in a job well done— responsibility— doing one ' s best— the voice of the students. Rebecca Gant Freshman Val Mosher Senior Susie Dobbins Editor Ellen Kate Koonce Business Manager Chaos— complete confusion that also manages somehow to produce a four page eight-column paper ever) week- assignment sheets— nosey reporters— .ids to sell— pounding of typewriters— a jangling telephone— cuts to send off— deadlines to meet— lay-outs to make— headlines to write— " I ley, what ' s .1 lour letter word for Presbyterian? " — gallons of coffee consumed and thousands ill cigarettes smoked during the process— gripes from reader and gripes (rom non- readers— jokes— wiser, inks— the frantic search For editorial material— 1 uesday and Wednesda) nights Filled with rushing and hair pulling— Thursday afternoon at the Democrat office up town— proof reading— printer ' s ink— type— the last minute changes— final reading— the grinding of the press— and another issue of the Appalachian is before the public. Take Advantage of the Opportunity Publitkrd Each Week by Stud VOL. XX1I-M) 3 BOOSE. NOKT11 CAROLINA. 1 Annual Religious Empha Stokes, Ould, McKee, F Blackburn, Rimer Welcoming Outing ' 57 Rhododendron oOUtlien Are New Additions Is Planned By " V, Staff Is Announced jj| To Business Staff Mr- nn rllackrnirn and Mi« Jane Rinrr have been added t» IhB yr«D hu-in.%- education faculty Mr Blackburn sod Mis UMT replace Mr Nellie Ellison Do and Mr Koaror Allen who vrerr former Iv member of the tHiune- " education facultv Mr Ana El lack burn it ■ resi- dent of Boone She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in business education si A. S T C am! hu aho done graduate work jl thu. college She ha» had three yean teaching experience having taught hu»in »« education and phi.Mul education in W ilkcsboro High School and Miller Creek High School Mr- Blackburn i currently teaching shorthand and ivpewritwg in the Uunnr« De- partment Miss Jane liinei also j.nrted the business education faculty this fall She hail (r..m Castlewood. Virginia, and has spent five year -crving her country in thr I nilrd Males Hnj (WAVES) Mis Kilt- er received her U I and M A ■ r.;i- A S T C. and ha four • ear- IcaChinj! rspcrirnee. having taught al Cartlewood High School ' a -tie wood Virginia Al pn -em • he u leaching shorthand, type- writing, and introduction to turn nc-« CUB APPALACHIAN want lo take ihi- opportunity to welcome earn of you — Mr Sutton. Mr Jones, Mr- Blackburn, and Misa Kincr to thr campus Thr Young Women t hnvtun Association met September IS I ' Utu fur an outing al the Horn in thr W.--t theater Salurda , September 29. lo welcome frr»h men and transfer were annuunc rd Ticket fur the oulinc will be sold Wednesday. Srplembrr 36 and Thurvlaj, September 17 frufn « SOT 00 p m in thr " V " lounge 1n additiun to the sponsorship of thr association by Dean Sieph rnson I wo new sponsors. Misses Jcv-ir J .never and Kulh l-hem mif •elected The annual BigSistcr. I . ' Mle-Si ter party i» scheduled fur Tues- day, the third of October The thrmr for Irm year » parly i KairvUrui l.iltle sivter are re- quested to attend, dressed a lll- llr (Hi All girls are invited lo the Y W C A meeting on the second and fourth Wednesday of rach month in the end parlor uf Lovill al 8 00 p m VETS AT SCHOOL More than 750.000 veterans are expected to attend college and Oth- er training establishment this fall under the Korean (il bill, accord log to the VA Pal William , rditur of the KI|(i|«iIi»:MiH«)N. and Ju Ann Eoater. the business manager. have announced the staff lur the coming x.i The editor, | «tatt will be made up of Caiolyn Kin: s» ociale rdi- » fc Anna H» rr V inkier and Jerry Itulebin . managing rditon Hi.n Uj Koonce and Sibil Mr 1 Donald, feature editor Pal Har- mon and KM Kemp, activity edi- tor . Dukie Bolin and Paul Knii;hl -port rdllon. Janet Pope and Diane Shrek, faculty editor . Jo Ann Abator and Sue »u». gradualr editor . Ijhjiw Urahan and Audrey I ' owler aeniur edh t. m Nancy Kimer. Lib Carter, and • ■wen Ktlrr. junior editor-. Carol Harrrll Dan Fvana. and Wilma Jone . aophomorr editor : Jim Carter. Don A be ma thy and Rich- ard Lane, frrthmrn rdilor . and rMp Triplell. utapahol editor Thr buatneaa Uaif will hair Al- ton Widrnhuu e aa the aaautanl hu-ine nianacer. Nancy Itarnt and Sybile Kay ar|v-er1i»ing mana- ger . Joyce I !!•■ rirculalmn manager Alv m thr bn-.n -» vtaff are I arulm Bowdrn. Muriel Ki rte- Nellie Hansard Henry llakomb Dun MrDunald. Mary Knd. Eva Kar Swing, and Bill I ' lrmenU History Teacher Writes Article On Political Row October 13 Will Be Dale For Dance ■tag r jn - mil be held October 13 Thr dance »ill be co--p.m ored by the junior rla- and the Alumni K--- . iimn The Alumni will provide the re- ' rf-hmmlt and recenc ne lourlh • f the proceed The rev! »iU so Since the day of Andrew Jack •on and (he " Kitchen Cabinet " many people have attacked Demo- cratic politicians a- rulhlna un principled pohtK-tan With re- ipect to the Democrat of Jack- -on ' s time hivturian largely anne » ri rvample of the est rente ruri vjni-m Ihe hulorian point to thr itjihl over initructiom which Democrat- ttalr lefivlator sent to the t ' nited Slates SenaU-vr com posits In Ihe nj- H I lunl f m the Senate Moor Mangum read the partisan instrudion- and called on Democratic h natot Bedford Brown IB ohe or resign Whig new-paners look up thr cry and denounced Bm. ' to obey instruction- a the elections for member- o( the iiate le L i»lature. wbsrh U " n elect • I t ruled State Senator- Ihe Whiv- urced voire lo suofMrt ji DR. J. LEM xTitKi ' v II Dr J I .em Stokrs, II. « ! ihe main speskrr for Ihe weal ■ born in Sa-gdo, Korea, Use t Dr and Mrs M B Uofcrw. m aire of the Methodist i hurd early schooling was givrn h hi mother, who had bee • I ari-lina school tea- her Sluke waa graduated frag Seoul Foreign School. ao»j rea in 1Kb He rreri-ed I Uegrrc from Asbury C ib 1930, his B D Dtarraw Duke I ' mvrrvitv IB ltH u Ph D Degree from Vale U | sity in ISM Dr Sloke was admittrd ' Westero North Carolina C ' ence in IR3I and received hi I pastorship at Randlernan. 1 Carolina, in IBM In I M0 I 1 appointed to Franklin and « IM4. lo Mk.n In the fall of he was tiansferred lo Ihe South Carolina Confrrmre al aopointrd lu St John s Mrt Church. Ihe university chut Rork Hill South Carolista thi- church he weBl on Set . t 1MO lo the poaitM of Ury sf Religion in High I ti.io ib ihe Divisson of EdtMi Institutioos Navkmile TeU He auumrd h» present postl prwhdrnt uf Pfriflrr Coll , July. 1903 , Aa a pastor Dr Sloke [ live in community affairs I Ihe war he served, aa " »—a r ' (hairnvan and chapter ehaim the Red iros unit al En He u paat pmsdenl of thr 1 lin Rotary Club and of the Kill k.a-ni Club la Raft be -rrvrd on thr Board of tors of Ihe V M i A th Cross, and Ihe Salvation Am the We tern Nonh Caruliai V-ence. he rr rd a vice • v. in • i the Board of Miassai lllureb Ksienxun and in South Carolina Confer an served a secrrlarv He had i U and he ime hard »■ rl ur individual purposei M a group T- n. a Ml ■ .. M i« fraaj Harold I I • phyvtral rdu. 1. " idir major, " fiiu- n IraaR Oaa ainiuTl) the ' " • ' U all«0d 1 " ' Ihe rhntima Dance, which | Kmhmrj iM vophomore girls [ j. Seated: John Wol, Sibyl MacDonald, Susie Dcibbins, S.irnlr.i Caudell; Standing, Martha Watson, Bill Clem- ents, Elinor Morehead, Joan McLean, Mickey Hag- ler, Co ley Moffett, Carolyn Osborne, Sammy Mar- sh. ill. Joyce Thornton, Van Sellers. ' and other aAll Me REE r peni hli hasisalppl, from high red hn R a ion Thro) sneid he re iviniiy ! rg st gradualr •rt irt rod. 4X5 ha heea surpassed only ih» following rar on • Mai Isrtce prrviouvly Hog Fcllowshin. 11 - sn « I acbtan ' an State Teachert College Let ' g Go To Atheville! I Ml ' .l K M, l ' i.;t, rVeek Will Be Observed Speal ers jious Leaders ;k ' s Activities Activities Will Include Hninars, Convocations cad the wripture Bafan ttu- ' in rodurtion of the apeak ?. Dr. Lem Stoke . pccul Made will be b ' Pc2K Carter At the -of the nu-N »ctf. the the uncing -r " iftar -diction A. ■ " Jo ' Mr, " Ser to the »tudclft-._ Or Bardf n education claaa Re» Mr McKre. Rev Mr Fain. ! r Stein, and r Ould ttitl have supper in the aoRm cafeteria with Nancy Mr • ' »Ilum. Rlanrnc Blcvin |iett Pwrau and Jean Carter A (inspiration on the Admint- ■ ■■ mjmI to -duration el »». At Faia will speak to » pnmaiy education 00 Dr Stoke wtU juniors in awcmb.ly; Mr Fain wilt speak tcben ' i primary educa- e BIcvin and Doris Core rti »:th Rev Mr McKee. Fain. Or St.-kev and on Tuesday Mr Ould peak to Dr Buck land ' s math at 1 00 Pcssy Carter. Irene ry, Lttemda Alcxjindt-r. Jean- Htrffman. and Beth Davis will upper ho l, ■ Em i n I ken. at 5 00 in the nOMJt tettria After the 6 45 semmarv lu- : assemble in Ih. mm of the Administration " Build- iok for the following program- Hymn. ' Thf Chord is One Fourt- with Mr Hoyt ., H H eh .ir ter and Wofford Husky as punwt. Prayer. Mar BBbttj Speeul Viiiic. the Octet. An- nouncement ; Scripture. Barry Ruth; Me MGe. Ih- Lem Stokes; hvtni educa " mo - " When 1 tViq the Won- Slokn «praks derous CtMM " , Benediction At 8:30 dormitory dtaCMMtal will he held in East Hall with Bar- bara Greene a lea Ier and Rev. Mr MrKee ' |i speaker, White Hall. Martha A hhurn, lewder and Mr Ould, speaker ;and North Hall with PaKanna Phillipi lead- er .and Dr Stoke , speaker jbrr r nf the acromp : Crawfrtrrt, 1 Haley Dr | Ould ma ' nit d I ' M,. BUSINESS STAFF Left to right: Roslyn Wilkerson, Audrey Fowl- er, Bets I [ullandcr, Ellen Kate Koonce. S«ra Crawford will lure Special music rhorus will precede f the week ' s KtM milnrtcs divrii SI0n« East, North, and ononnc diMlnp ' );. i Ih Im ■Liimfi ' hip Ewyoaa is rrmtBdfd to -top by are Invited to at- wrviees a possible. US to hove private .Ih any of the Kue t P nkrr rcu arranwr scheduler SPORTS STAFF Left to right: Mike Wiwczar, Tom Wooten, Paul Knight, Don Palmer. CIRCULATION STAFF Left to right: Joe Swann, Billie Joyce, Jerry Edwards. y " 1 " 1 t, ,,- B „d !), ■ D«m- f«r r,.([, n nd duughDilli Uforr „ith ih.- n - . r .Ilrv.lly or lfjii-,n JuhiI • f Sui,iL.v S.h«,L ,L ., —. mi • •Q.tFjItui) Schoul.. Suud-y School throusb the p. .inn.1 office Pat Williams Editor Jo Ann Foster Business Manager I he staff announced . . . getting the ads . . . pictures to he made . . . change ties, please, beads and collars . . . bright lights and broad smiles . . . staff meetings . . . everyone did not vote . . . " can you work at three: " . . . here is the layout . . . type the names and hometowns . . . the pictures are here . . . among the unidentified . . . " can this really be someone ' s name? " . . . cut the cake with the ruler . . • this typewriter, will not backspace . . . twenty-four squares go on this page . . . turn down that radio . . . this girl is in the wrong section . . . crop the pic- ture . . . deadline tomorrow ... all night workshop . . . the girl staff mem hers locked out of the dorms . . . fun- nies . . . p.ige ninety-six lost . . . the clicking of typewriters . . . pages mailed . . . the deadline met . . . the annual at press . . . weeks pass . . . annuals ar- rive . . . dedication in assembly . . . books handed out . . . tired staff . . . happy student body. EDITORIAI si n Seated, left to right: Jerry Hutchins, I Hen k.ite Koonce, nn.i Boyce Winkler, Pat Harrison, Dell Kemp; Standing, left to right: Peggy Lonon, Siby] McDonald, Dickie Bolin, Glenda I homas, Paul Knight, Colleen Triplet!. Page Twenty-eight BUSINESS STAFF Seated, left to right: Joyce Lytle, Nancy Harris, Jo Ann Foster, Sibyle Ray; Standing, left to right: Nellie Harwood, Henry Holcomb, Eva Rae Swing, Jim Sawyer, Don McDonald, Bill Clements, Mary Reid, Rex McNeil. CLASS EDITORS Seated, left to right: Wilma Jones, Don Abernathy, Jo Ann Absher, Jim Carter, Carol Harrell; Stand- ing, left to right: Diane Sheek, Shirley Osborne, Richard Lane, Gwen Eller, Dan Evans, Willa Mae Ball, Audrey Fowler, Louise Graham, Janet Pope. fot Ctt Ai s Carolyn King Assistant Editor Nancy Harris Assistant Business Manager I CHI LAMBDA CHI |i i S vvv yer I 1 V I II I 1 Ms Betty Haley 01 I ICERS President e President Secretary MEMBERS Seated, left to right: [im Sawyer, Sara Crawford, Bob Howard, Ruth Hyder, Conley Moffett, Betty Haley, Bctsv Capel, foan Matthews, Mary Ellen Goines; Stand- ing: Doris Gore, Sibyl MacDonald, Bill Smith, Audrey Fowler, Margaret Warlick, Boh Brady, Shirley Little, (.lend. i Thomas, Lettie [james, Pat Williams. Jane Go forth. Work begins before school opens . . . freshmen orientation ... a mad rush when the freshmen arrive . . . guided tours . . . walking information . . . gathering in the Bookstore before the meeting . . . members herded to the office . . . the presidents meet . . . new sponsors selected . . . campus activities discussed . . . committees established ... I lomecoming . . . recreational program . . . " can one person represent foui organizations? " times always conflict . . . " how can we yet more student participation? " . . . calendar ol events . . . the year progresses . . . problems met and overcome . . . the members survive. Page Thirty Page Thirty-one ART TWO w m (I f 1 • ' 1 f r " tin 1 ' t Ilk ;;i " : i 1 1 GRADUATE STUDENTS =£ fjitntj p.-Jr x i±: ■ t " - ■ r " i m Is ™v f I 1h- beginning ol a new life . . . new Faces . . . new experiences . . . new horizons . . . chaos . . . trunks, boxes, and suitcases . . . feelings of contusion and homesickness . . . get-acquainted parties . . . biolog) labs . . . welcome speeches . . . 8:00 cur- lews . . . " Boy! I ' m realh catching on last. I ' ve been here almost two weeks and the only two places I ' ve located are the cafeteria and the Bookstore. " . . . dorm hull sessions . . . peanut buttei and crackers . . . hours spent in the librarj reading parallel . . . afternoon movies . . . pep rallies . . . lino, lines, and more lines . . . tests . . . mail from home . . . trips to Shook ' s office lor the inevitable penicillin . . . S. P. Week . . . the gradual realization that you are becoming a part ol life at Appalachian . . . I he maturing ol young minds towards a greater understanding of life itself . . . and finally all ol a sudden it ' s la and your freshman days are numbered. FRESHMEN. OFFICERS President Tommy Day Vice President Lynn Mize Secretary Treasurer Ann Cottrell (not pictured,) Ansel Glendenning FRESHMEN Bettj I " Ahh -tt Chesnee, S. C. Norma Jean Abbott . . . .Chesnee, S. C. Donald Kendriclc Abemathy . Gastonia Sylvia Cornelia Adcock . ...Roxboro Franklin Mansfield Adkins ...Marion ShIika (ImIi Adkins Lenoir Jerry Wayne Aiken Lincolnton Elizabeth Green Allen Charlotte Raymond Leroj Allman ....Belmont Randell Anderson High Shoals Donald Armstrong Lincolnton William Arrowood . . . . Rutherfordton James Arnold Ashley Roxboro Kermit Cranston Ashley .Blowing Rock Rosa Lee Ates Newton Franklin Dean Austin Marion Minnie Belle Austin Boone Columbus Irvin Avery . . ilkeshoro Palmer Dean Bailev Ellenboro Carolyn Clarke Ballard . . . . Statesville Bobbv Dean Bare Crumplei James Reid Basinger . . . .China Grove [ " racy P.itriek Bass Chadbourn 1 [enn Bryan Beam Lincolnton Mildred Asblvn Beam . . . .Cherryville Shirley Ann Beam Cherryville Bobbv Eugene Beanc ....High Point Marvin Eugene Bcaslev ..Mount Airy Bobby Joe Beaver Rockwell Donald Wade Bentlev Boone rhelma Jane Berrv .Connelly Springs M.ir Deane Bingham Boone Richard Carroll Blackburn ..Jefferson lna I ee Bledsoe Fleetwood Emily Karen Blevins Crumplei Harold Dean Blevins ..V Wilkesboro Ruth Victoria Bondurant . . . .Guilford Mary Alan Boozer Greensboro Larry ( annon Branch Hickory Ruth Evelyn Brinkley ...Mount Airy Maurice Giles Bristow ....Greensboro C ljudi.i Virginia I ' .iittain . .Asheboro I homas James Bromeling 111 ,C harlotte Douglas Kirk Brookshire Newton 1 .o I Brookshire Boone I l.ittie Barbara Brown . . . . Lillington James Theodore Broun Robbins Margaret I lizabeth Brown . . .A ririfc tl FRESHMEN Jerry Melvin Bryant Marion Kathryn Phyllis Bumgarner .Statesville Alma Lee Burkett Jefferson Sarah Ramona Burns Hildebran Thomas Lee Burrus Mount Airy Nancy Ray Butler Ellenboro James Byrd Wilkesboro Barbara Campbell Laurinburg Colleen Miller Campbell . . . Jefferson Janice Evans Canipe Lowell Hencil Joel Cannon Banner Elk Billy Joe Caroway Morganton George William Carpenter . .Gastonia Aaron J. Carroll Boone James Spargo Carter, Jr Gastonia K. M. Carter, Jr Elkin James Dwight Cartner .Winston-Salem Fred Lynn Castle Zionville Margaret Atwood Cathey . . Charlotte Rachel Stella Caudill Charlotte William Dale Chadwick .... Shallotte William Odell Cheek . .Winston-Salem Mary Gail Cherry Gastonia Mary Sue Christopher .... Asheville Dorothy Lee Clapp Greensboro John David Clawson . . Blowing Rock Kenneth Ted Clawson Boone Annie Sue Cline Rhodhiss Barbara Carolyn Clontz ..Morganton Phyllis Jean Coble Oakboro Patricia Marguerite Collins . . Marion Shelby Jean Collins Mooresville Kermene Colson .... Granite Quarry Donald Ray Coltrane . .Brown Summit Frances Amanda Coltrane . Randleman Molly Sue Colvard Grumpier Billy Franklin Combs Sparta Jesse Hunter Conley Drexel Kenneth Evans Conley Shelby Billv Ray Cook Cramerton Ralph Clyde Cooke Mount Airy Mona Maxine Cooper Valdese Velma Ann Cottrell Boone Mary Frances Cowan Asheville Patricia Ann Craig Hudson Rachel Armeta Cranford Candor Margaret Louise Critcher Boone Theresa Ann Cross Laurinburg FRESHMEN David Allei Culler High Point Vicky Thompson C ' ulp Albemarle I ester 1 . Cuthbertson, Jr. Merritt Island Alma Jem Dane) Crumplei Fiances Marlene Daniels . . Statesville Kenneth Ray Davis Ellenborn George Wilson Davis Charlotte Marv I i.i in f- Davis Salisbury Patricia Ann Davis High Point Burlej Thomas Day, Jr Roxboro Glenda Grej Dellingei . .Kannapolis James Edwin Dellinger ..Kannapolis Peggy Ann Dennis Lilcsville Sherrell Jane Dennis Linwood Sarah Gail Denny ....Pilot Mountain Frances Lea Dixon Charlotte Robert Glenn Dixon ..Laurel Springs Robert Stephens Dorton ..Wise. Ya. Hoyle Duncan Walnut Linda Fave Duncan Marion Nancy Marie Dwiggins . . Kernersville Edward Grant Dyer . . . . Wilkesboro Barbara Jam ' Edsel Concord Dorothy Ann Elliott .Black Mountain ( liarlcs Douglas Elmore . . . . Avondale Bobby G. R. Epley Spindale Kathleen Eastridge Ansonville Carol Edith Evans Marion |o Ann Ewing liclmont Albeit C . Farthing Boone Charles Dennis Faw ... . Wilkesboro Roberto Jean Ford Leaksville Frances Former N. Wilkesboro Nancy Carolyn Foster . ,N. Wilkesboro Helen Glenda Fowler Monroe Robert Hudson Fowler ....Charlotte Doris Elizabeth Fox Morganton foan Foy Davidson Robert l ' dwin Foy Spencer Harris Dale Freeman . . Winston Salem Harold Burke Fronebergei , Cherryville James Burton Futrell Denton Rebecca I stelle Gant C harlotte James Warner Gathings Morven Elizabeth Gaultney . . . . Rutherf ordton Willie R. Gentry Lowgap Ir in Ray Gillie Tryon William Harvey . . . . Phoenixville, Pa. FRESHMEN Mary Ann Glenn Spruce Pine Camilla Anne Graeber Concern! William Reece Graham TodJ Bobbv L. Greene Monroe Everette Ralph Greene Vilas Margaret Ann Greene Marion Roger Tipton Greene, Jr. . .Charlotte Rosa Annette Greene .... Laurinburg Ted J. Greene Spruce Pine Ted Tilmon Greene Vilas Franklin Keith Griggs ...Haw River Lester Grimes, Jr Boone Stephen G. Gwaltney . Pilot Mountain Gilbert Mitchell Hagler . . . .Concord Shirley Ann Haigler Monroe Glenda Ellen Hall Mount Airv Sarah Sue Hall Miami, Fla. Thomas Leroy Hambright . . Troutman Nancy Elizabeth Hamby . . State Road Marvin N. Hardee Belmont Betty Jean Harger Danbury Don Harrill Forest City Hugh Edwin Harrington Landis Mary Janice Harris Harrisburg Opal Janet Hartsell Concord William Harvey .... Phoenixville, Pa. Betsy Anne Hauser Pfafftown James William Hawkins . .Red Springs Shelva Jean Hawkins Shelbv Jean Earl Hawks Oxford Martha Sue Hayes Cherryville Shirley Ann Hayes Elkin William Richardson Hearn .Lincolnton Carl Dean Heavner Vale Dorothy Jean Helms Charlotte Robert Michael Hendrix Lenoir Bobbie Eileen Henley .... Laurinburg Mary Louise Hensley Dobson James Kay Hiatt Mount Airy Linda Gail Hiatt Winston-Salem Alice Ann Hinson Landis Pamela Eugene Hinson .... Albemarle Flenry Lee Holcomb Elkin Tommy Preston Holcomb Elkin James C. Holder Mount Airy Hugh Dale Holland ..Winston-Salem Macon Douglas Holloway ....Lenoir Carol Marie Holmes Charlotte - rJv " W m :: -» «- r 4iiu A fe FRESHMEN Hazel M. 1 loover Charlotte Matthew Donald Horn . ...Lawndale fames Aklen Houser Hildebran Emilie Dare Hovis Dallas Betty Lou 1 lowel] Todd Ralph Dare Howell Todd Barbara Ann Hudson Dobson Grace Marie Hudson ....High Point Nancy Ann Hudson Greensboro Dorothy Jeane Huffman Wilbar |. I). 1 [ughes Greene Mountain Treva Lee Hughes Bakersville I. me Murray lluliek Shelby Elmo Douglas Hundley . . .Leaksville Phil Barry Hunsueker .... High Point Benjamin Gale Hurley Jefferson Sue Huskins Burnsville Francis LaMarr Ivey Saint Pauls Dixie Lee Jackson .... I lendersonville Gave Fonda Jackson Mount Airy Nina Frances Jackson Raleigh [immy Nelson James Monroe Sally Jean Jeffreys Monroe Gumej fohnson, Jr Mount Airy Richard Franklin Johnson .Greensboro Trov Dean Johnson . .Rutherlordton C harli s Jordan Roaring River Lois Elizabeth Josev Concord Roesta Fred Keller Lenoir Charles I ee Kemp . ...N. Wilkesboro Jacqueline Kennington . . .Wadesboro Dorothy Fli abeth Kerlev . Taylorsville Janet Carolyn Kimball .Winston-Salem Joyce Jean Kincaid Lenoir James Edward Kipka .... Mooresville D.m Ray Kirk Asheville (.race Louise Kirk Richfield James Can- Knight Newton Mavis I ore Knight Lenoir Sarah Jane Knox Davidson Rebecca Ann Koontz Lexington I [arold I lar rv Kurt 1 Unison William Carlton Lamb . . . .Greensboro Julia Lambert KannapolL Richard Xeal Lane Morganton Heirdel] Craig Lawing . .Mount Holly Man- Louise Laws States! ille Ben Franklin Leatherman .Morganton FRESHMEN Ted Warner Lee Lawndale William Edward Lee Edgemont Wanda Rae Lemmons .... Thomasville Crissy Jane Leonard Lexington Majel Ellen Leonhardt .... Lawndale Evelyn Ruth Lewis Gastonia Mildred Lewis Boone Harold Lindsay Hildebran Max Hurtley Lippard Concord Jerrell Clayton Little Jefferson Philip Lynn Loftin Troutman Patricia Anne Long Marion Ray Alton Love Mount Airy George Brown Lowder .... Albemarle Judi Annette Lowder Albemarle Anne Hall Lowe Wilkesboro Roger Blease Lowe Cramerton Clara Rebecca McCall Marion Sammy Ann McCall .... Clover, S. C. Kenneth Boyd McCarn Belmont Jo Ann McCollum ...N. Wilkesboro Barbara Nell McCool .... Kannapolis Rosa Maude McCoury Newland Phillip McGuire Boone Joann McKinney Spruce Pine Donna Joanne McNeil Troy Mary June McNeil .... Millers Creek Phyllis Jane McRary Conover George Maine Boone John Makros Winston-Salem Daniel Marsh Jefferson Arthur Vance Marshall Belmont Betty Jane Marshall .... Granite Falls Lorene Belle Marshall . . . Mount Airy Samuel Marshall .... Winston-Salem Brenda Lee Mast Drexel Sylvia Jeanne Mast Vilas Martha Reid Masten . . Winston-Salem Robert Maybe Kernersville Gareath Covinston Meadows Walnut Cove Sarah Ann Melton Charlotte Margarethe Merritt Greensboro Charles Bryan Michael Boone Bernice Stanley Mikael Lenoir Barbara Joan Miller Marion Benjamin Millord Miller . . Deep Gap Carlton Glenn Miller Boone Delores June Miller Kannapolis FRESHMEN Frances Marie Miller Maxtor) William Elmer Miller ..Blowing Rock Zula Biggers Miller Charlotte Roj Weslej Minton Vila-, Keith Craver Mithcum ....Lexington Julia I ee Moore Charlotte Vn " j Jo Moore Shelhj Victoria Anne Moose Rockwell Marj I ea Moretz Boone Beaupine Una Morton ....Albemarle Warner Richard Moser Newton Charles Alexander Muse . . . . Robbins Norma Sandra Myers . . W ' in t. n Salem Roby Jessen Myers ... . Wilkesboro Donald Kenneth Nelms ....Salisbury Mary Elizabeth Nixon Mi. Park William Thompson Noblitt ...Shelby John Robert Noles Charlotte Ronn; Green Odell High Point Barbara Jean Osborne Dobson Anne Catherine Owens . , Morganton Donald I andon Owens Pilot Mountain David Paul Owensbv Castonia Shirley Orate Parker ..Winston Salem Iris Kathryn Parsons . . . . Robbinsville Barbara Ann Parton Gilkey Jessie Marvin Paschall, Jr. . Moruanton Florence Lee Payne 1 exington Bonnie Mar garet Paysour Dallas John Gary Perry Mi. Airy Gladys Sue Phillips lnyalls Zelda Bemice Phillips Council Rebecca Jane Pickett . .Winston Salem Willis Joel Pieree, Jr Monroe Roy I evi Pitts I enoh Caroline Plemmons ..Winston-Salem James David Poe Granite balls [oyi i nn Poole Kannapolis Grad) Newell Pope Cherryville [udith lane Porter PfafftOWn Carol bane Preslar Concord Dai id Price Gastonia Nanc) Ann Priddj Danbury Oram Alexander Queen Drexel Joyce Ann Query Concord rhomas Ratledge . ... Winston Salem Linda Jane Reeves ...Wesi Jefferson Charles Dean Reep Lincolnton FRESHMEN Martha Frances Reid Danburv Joyce Ann Reynolds . .N. Wilkesboro Betty Hinkle Rhodes Boone Joan Carolyn Rhodes Gaston ia Spencer Buford Rhodes . N. Wilkesboro David Richardson Hamptonville Margaret Richardson Reidsville Nancy Fare Rimer Hurdle Mills Marion Jo Ritchev Columbus Richard Leo Roberge . . .Lowell, Mass. James Alfred Robertson . N. Wilkesboro David Roberts Asheville Beaver Rov Robinette Valdese Elizabeth Ann Robinson . . . Gastonia Muir Franklin Rogers Francisco Nerene Rouse Aberdeen Walter Arnold Roush .Letart. W. Ya. Bfnnv Franklin Saine Cherrvville Edith Lavon Saunders . .Thomasville Tommy Rav Seamon . . .China Grove Carolyn Mae Seats Lewisville Carson Eugene Sellers . . . High Point Patricia Ann Sellers Hickorv Cornelia Elaine Shaw ..China Grove Richard Eagle Shaw Statesville Milton Sprv Shellman . . . . Cramerton Lanny Jerome Shelton Newton Ollie Jean Shelton Danburv William Ronald Shelton .... Danburv Norma Carole Sheppard .... Hudson Henrv H. Sherwood . . . .Sugar Grove Carol Frances Shore Boonville James Kenneth Shumaker . Wilkesboro Robert Fletcher Shuping ...Salisbury James William Sigmon . . . Lincolnton John Wayne Sigmon Cherrvville Arlita Jane Sink Thomasville Jeanette Lee Sink Thomasville Leola Ann Sloan Mount Ulla Norma Jean Sluder Asheville Barbara Louise Smith Concord Betty Chloe Smith Lexington James Harry Smith High Point John Leonard Smith .... Roaring Gap Revonda Ann Smith Marion Gayle Eugene Speaks Statesville Ellen Ruth Stafford . . Winston-Salem Iris Cook Stallings Spring Hope FRESHMEN Edward I ee Stevens King [oel Braddock Stewart ....Mayo, Va. Alan Robert Stone N. Wilkesboro Sue Shcrrill Street G Bill Street Boone fimmie Anthony Stutts Robbies Mary Aon Suggs Gastonia Margaret Carolyn Surratt ....Denton Glenda Ann Swann Olivia Qlard I ee Swift State Road Jean Marie Tarr Lincolnton |ban Howard Tarr Lincolnton Herbert Ray Taylor . . . .Grassy I reek Thomas Edward Taylor . .Union Mills l ' atrieia Wollord Teal ....Forest City Dolores Shawnee Templeton N. Wilkesboro Linda Janice Tennant Crossnore Cecil Fred Tester Boone Norma Sue Tester N. Wilkesboro Mary Addie Thomas Harmony Peggy Sue Thomas Greensboro Sibyl Louise Thomas Charlotte Anne Page Thompson . . . High Point Patricia I ouvine Thompson Albemarle Betty Louise Tippett ... Franklin ville Margaret Esther Trantham .Lexington Gloria Martha Tra is Rutherford College David Blalock Treece . ...Mt. Gilead Mary Frances Trexler Salisbury Norma Jean Tucker Lawsonville Anita Louise Tunst.ill Hickory Donald Wayns Tuttle ...High Point Thomas Martin Vance . . . .Crossnore Herman Douglas Walker ...Whitnel foe Douglas Walker Lenoir |ohn Max Walker Concord Raymond C Ictus Walker Casar I urman Wall Cliffside Mar) Jean Walters Jefferson I ) rothy Jill W.iters Forest ( it Murdock Lawrence Watson ..Maxton Virginia Maxine W «i ei Gra j ( reck Arlo Holland Weisner Olin Peggj Bumice Wellborn ...Deep Gap Jimmy Adams Wells .. Hampton ville Otic West Charlotte Buddie Udine Wey Boone Martha Michael Whitaker Thomasville FRESHMEN Agnes SallyAnn White Olin Henry Jackson White Lexington Joseph Edward White . . Blowing Rock Betty Lou Wiles Greensboro Peggy Neil Wiles Wilkesboro Jimmy Kent Wilhelm East Bend Samuel Ervin Williams . ...Lawndale James Allen Williams Newton Nixon Davis Williams Lenoir Susan Adele Williams .... Morganton William Franklin Williams .... Elkin Kenneth Augustus Wilson . Statesville Barbara Dean Winkler Boone Linda Lee Wippel Greensboro Vernon Dallas Worrell . . Mount Airy Lynda Craven Wray Greensboro John David Wrenn Oxford Anna Caroleen Wright Asheville Robert Newton Yarbroueh .Lexington Joan Carol Yates Salisbury Rex Beach Yates Purlear Marie Carol Young Hickory Sabra Lloyd Young Burnsville P. E. 101 The freshman beauty LJpperclassmen at last . . . confidence that comes for being " old pros " at this business of college . . . then confusion once again as the First encounter with registration lines becomes a reality . . . renewing old acquaintances . . . English lit . . . " Freshman! " . . . the line-up in front of the cafe- teria . . . extra curricular activities . . . dances . . . rehashing summer experiences . . . long, lazy aftei noons .it inkler ' s Creek . . . floatmaking ! lustration at Homecoming . . . exposure to psy- chology tor the initial time . . . bargain day at the Appalachian Theater . . . snowball lights and sledding down IIospit.il Mill . . . comparing class notes . . . exams . . . sentimental, cle ver, and sometimes stabbing dedications that are announced to the world over the " 1450 Club " . . . " Hi-Hi-Y Ike Us " . . . the hustle and bustle of end -ol ' -the- year activities . . . and the realization that hall ol the " joumej soon will be history. - OFFICE SOPHOMORES.. OFFICERS President Alvis Corum Vice President Harold Lowery Secretary Ben McKee Treasurer Titus Greene SOPHOMORES Claudius Odell Absher McGrad) |o Inn Absher West Jefferson Robert Craig Allen Saint Pauls |oseph Vance Alexander I Marion Ruth Allison Sparta William Bruce Anderson . ..Spindale Hazel Louis Armstrong Belmont Faye I ee Arrington Mt. Airy Boyden Atwood Sparta Dean Garland Auten ..North Belmont Bobbv R. Badgett Dobson Patricia A. Baity Wilkesboro Cecil James Baker, Jr. ..Granite Falls Jimmy P.ay Baldwin Sparta Walter E. Baldwin Todd Martin Luther Banner ..Sugar Grove William Howard Bare .West Jefferson Cornelia Ann Barker . . . . Elon College- Barbara A. Barlow . . . .Winston Salem Herbert A. Bartley Lou gap Ldna Ruth Baucom . . Barium Springs Frank Bentley N. Wilkesboro James H. Bentlev . ...N. Wilkesboro Shirlev Dean Bern- Charlotte Donald Lee Berrvhill Concord Robert Duane Best High Point Rebecca King Bingham Boone Blanche Blevins Crumpler Lester Gamer Blevins ..Grassy Creek Arthur E. Blackburn ..West Jefferson Benjamin F. Bolick, Jr Boone [ames R. Boling Murphy John Darrell Bost Concord Bett) lean Bowman Asheboro William Grey Boyles Mt. Airy Clinton 0. Boyte Carthage James E. Bradley Elkin Maxie Lee Brann East Bend Margaret Brewer Traphil] Mack Aubrj Bridges Catawba Peggj Ann Brittain Asheboro I arry Wade Brown Mai Martha Jean Brown ..Winston-Salem Mary I ois Brown Cherryville William M. Broun . . . . Blowinj I niin.i Jene IJrvant 1 enoir Carol Edith Burch Bat Cave nn.i Marie- Burgess Ramseui SOPHOMORES Buster Burleson Newland Janice Rae Burris Oakboro Billy Shuford Burns Valdese Billy D. Russell N. Wilkesboro Bill ' Ray Butler High Point Franklin E. Butts China Grove Joyce Elaine Byars Greensboro Annis Marie Byers Forest City Bob G. Cagle Concord Anna Gail Camp Cherryville Carolyn Cleo Capshaw .... Statesville Robert Boyd Carlton Lenoir Alary Lou Carpenter Marion Martha Duvall Carter Lenoir Peggy Ann Carter . . .Winston-Salem Kathryn M. Cartner ..Winston-Salem Sandra Carole Caudell Roxboro Linda Cavin China Grove Rebecca Blaix Chamberlain . . . Boone Sallie B. Champion Forest City James C. Cline, Jr Boone Henrv Carrol Cline .... Granite Falls Bill Gray Coble Mt. Airy- James Irwin Cobbler Mt. Airy Nancy Ellen Cooke Lawndale Harold L. Collis Spruce Pine Alvis Lee Corum Leaksville Amelia Ann Costner .... Robbinsville Patricia Ann Costner Vale Buddy Cox Waynesville Donald Rav Craig Cramerton Evelyn Elizabeth Craig . Blowing Rock Jeannette Louise Craig . . . .Morganton John M. Cullers Boone Jerry Monroe Daniels .... High Point Sarah Frances Davis .... Valle Crucis Sarah Swicegood Davis .... Lexington David Eugene Day . . . N. Wilkesboro Elizabeth Anne Deal Waxhaw iVina Mildred Dellinger . .Spruce Pine Donald R. Dodson Sandy Ridge Jerry Thompson Dunn Mebane Alma Sue Eagle Salisbury Marvin Glenn East Stuart, Va. Miles L. Eckard .... Connelly Springs Bobby Eugene Edwards . . . Cooleemee Geraldine M. Edwards .West Jefferson Phyllis Ann Edwards Monroe c? r [Mil SOPHOMORES Everette I. Elledge N. Wilkesboro Carson 1 . Ellei Vilas Jewell Christine Ellei ....Wilkesboro Deloris Ann Eller Granite Falls Mar) Jane Filer Lenoir I ' n.iU I . I Uiott Stony Point Man Alexandria Elliott ....Charlotte Ruby Neal Elkins Clarkton Maurice Eugene Eskridge ...Shelby Thomas Daniel Evans, Jr. Fort Pierce, I la. William Keith Faulkner . . Burlington Freda Faye Felts N. Wilkesboro Sarab Frances Fields .Pleasant Garden Bob Eugene Fincannon . . Wilkesboro Betty H. Fletcher State Road Shirley Ann Flippin . . Pilot Mountain David Franklin Floyd Denton Jeanne Flowers Floyd Boone William Clark Ford ....Indian Trail Mm C.n.l Foster Mill Spring William Heaton Fox Mebane Joe Terry Francis Stuart, Va. Katherine Frazier . ...N. Wilkesboro Nancj J. Frazier Lenoit Basil I I. Freeman 1 ligh Point Flu Mis Freeman Bostit Miekye Clark Froneberger .Cherryville Billy Eugene I rve Concord James Lawrence Fulmer, Jr. ..Drexel 1 linr B. Gaither Boone Ira Gwyn Gambill ....N. Wilkesboro Frances Ruth Gettys EUenboro Ralph M. Colbert 1 incolnton Charles 1. C.dehrist Lillington C harles Ray Glenn Marion Nancy Norrita Goble . . . .Stony Point I [untet C loforth Rutherfordton Martha I ee Goodson 1 ineolnton Martha Ann Grady Morganton Celia Sue Graham Lansing C harles M. Graham I odd Juliana Gray Salisbury I mis Walter Greene Gastonia Samuel M.Greer Moravian Falls Charles B. Gu) Statesville Pattie Sue I laga East Bend Ralph Heyward Hail Spencei Benin rhomas Haithcock . Mt. Gilead SOPHOMORES Ervin D. Hallvburton Morganton Jelma Amelia Hamrick .... Ellenboro Barbara Harmon Gastonia Carol Harrell Bakersville Bobby Joe Harris Mill Spring Jimmv P. Harrison Boone Patrick R. Harrison Denton Ann Lorena Harrison .... Mill Spring Charles Augustus Helms . . Cherrvville Clyde Davis Hice Lenoir Betsy Carol Hill Shelby Douglas Brevard Hill Avondale Claude S. Hinson Belmont Betty Ruth Hodges Boone Eddie Gray Holshouser Faith Dorothy Lee Holt Spencer Patricia Ann Honevcutt . . Lexington Cecil E. Houck Todd Donald Houser Morganton Edith Josephine Houston .... Charlotte William R. Hubbard . . Moravian Falls Homer Lee Huffman . . N. Wilkesboro Carl Francis Hughes Badin Betsy Jean Hullander . . . .Cherrvville Thomas Hundley Stuart, Va. Carolyn Hutchins .... Granite Quarry Paul Jerry Hutchins . .Winston-Salem Shelby Jean Ingram Kernersville Betty Sue Isenhour Hickory Charles Eugene Ivey Norwood Susan Elizabeth Jack Tryon Josephine L. Jackson .Jacksonville, Fla. George L. Jamison, Jr. .Covington, Va. Leah Christine Jenkins Gastonia Jeanette Jimeson Marion Phillip Eugene Johnson Bostic Richard C. Johnson Wilkesboro Shirley Fay Johnson Boonville Thomas Hardin Joines Traphill Peggy Faye Jonas Vale Billie Jean Jones Benson Carrie Elizabeth Jones . Laurel Springs Wilma Jean Jones . . . .Winston-Salem Billie June Joyce Stuart, Va. Margaret Ann Joyner .... Kernersville Ted S. Kallam Winston-Salem John David Kilby Cherrvville Donald R. Kincaid Lenoir SOPHOMORES Johnnie Rub) Kirby I ludson Sarah Jo Klutz Salisbury John Van Koontz Lexington S l i.i Ann Laird Advance Mary Frances Lawson ... robaccoville .nm Fare Larrimore . . . Kemersville Barbara Ann Ledford Gastonia Bern Louise Leonard Lexington Mary Frances Lewis Stanley M r.i E. Lippard Albemarle Joyce M. Little Newton Janice Virginia Little Newton Monte Ann Little Jefferson I limn. cs Carl Little Warrensville Carolyn Roberta Long ..Rockingham Charles Lenox Long Nankina Harold II. Lowery Gastonia Betty Arlene I utz Clemmons Joyce Lytle Lexington Orbie Edward McBride ....Alt. Airy .iih McNeill McCallum ....Lenoir 1. Elizabeth McCormick ..Broadway Silnl McDonald Forest C in rheresa Marlene McGee ....Lenoir Ma iret McGinnis Mooresboro William C. McGraw Shelby Ben McKee Shelby Zeb V. McKinney Spruce Pine Nancj G. McLean Lowell Richard Frank McNeil Purlear ( arol Sandra Mackie . . . .Granite Falls 1 ).iv id Mackorell Gastonia James Frank Maines Scottville I ill L.uise M.ilone Greensboro Shirley Jane Maness Troutman e W. Marion Dobson Mar) Jean Marshall Mt. Air) I I ill Alexander Martin Gastonia |ames A. Mask Marion John A. Mast Sugai Gia e ii Faye Medlin Monroe Dempsey M. Miller Jefferson Kathryn Elaine Miller ...Stony Point I eon A. Miller .Shelb) Sylvia Ann Miller Fairmont A. Ra) Minton Vilas Harry C. Moore. Jr Stanley Thad B. Moose Newton fs SOPHOMORES Carl Alex Morrow Mooresville Carl L. Motsinger Kernersville Johnny Edward Munday . . Statesville Ronald Murray Lincolnton Thomas Claude Neal .Fort Mill, S. C. Jimmy Lee Newton Cherryville Jack Harvey Nixon . . . N. Wilkesboro Roger W. Nixon .... Mountain Park Sarah Ruth Nixon Ramseur Margaret Nolan Winston-Salem James H. Northcutt Wadesboro Shirlev Ann Osborne Dobson Helen H. Parker Boone M. Lorene Parker Mill Spring William Passan Gainesville, Fla. Linda Patton Hickory Ann Peeler Salisbury James Donald Phillips .... Mooresville Shelva Jean Pickler . . . .New London James Hoyt Piercy Statesville Atha Marlene Pilkenton Lenoir James B. Pilkenton Lenoir Betty Anne Pinkston Salisbury Pansy Pritchard Spindale Kathryn Mae Propst Lenoir Syble Ann Putnam Waco Phoebe Anne Ramey .... Pahokee, Fla. Harriet Joyce Redding Gastonia Ruby M. Reese Boone Gail D. Reid Granite Falls Mary Elizabeth Reid .... Thomasville Fred Reynolds Cherryville Frank Rhodes Thomasville Patricia Sue Richardson . . Boger City Carolyn June Robinson .... Charlotte Mary Catherine Robinson . . Gastonia Helen Estelle Rose Raeford Roland Bennie Rumfelt Marion Roy Lynn Sands Cramerton Claude William Savage . . McAdenville Larry Keith Scott Glen Alpine Jackson W. Scott Pikeville William Franklin Scott Boone Clingman Blair Sells Monroe Grace Carol Sentell . . . Hendersonville Clara F. Shepherd Lansing Mary Edna Shore Cycle Robert H. Shore, Jr. ... Blowing Rock SOPHOMORES Rcba Ann Shuford Statesville Nancy Carolyn Sides Salisbury Shirley Dean Sigmon Catawba Ann D. Sills Kannapolis Bruce B. Sink Lexington Paul Allvn Sloop Mooresville Betty Jean Smith Minneapolis Mary Edith Smith King Ralph Donald Smith Mt. Airy William E. Smith Shelby Clara Rebecca Snider Lexington William Snyder Winston-Salem Thomas Ray Staley Asheboro Christine Stratum Robbinsville Mary Virginia Sullivan I emir Evelyn Pauline Talbert .... Albemarle Marilyn Nell Tate Forest City Bobby R. Taylor Goldsboro Lacy Henry Taylor Lumberton Alice Marie Teague I owe]] Laura Jane Thomas Broadway George Allvn Thornton ....Charlotte Peggy Sue Timmons Mt. Airy Ethel Victoria Townsend Boone Coleen Triplett Blowing Rock Gladys Elizabeth Trowbridge .Roxboro Dolly Dawn Vanderlip Charlotte Nora Janice Wagner Spencer Rachel Ann Walker . . Rutherlordton Bobby Lee Ward Mt. Airy- Barbara Ann Watkins . . . .Forest Citv Martha Lane Watson Roxboro Pete Watson Lenoir Lou Floy Watts " labor City Daniel Douglas Weaver . . Havesville Wanda I ee Weese Miami. Fla. Tom D. Welborn N. Wilkesboro Glenn David Wellborn . . . .Deep Gap Raymond Whitby ..Roanoke Rapids C lurks Kenneth Wilcox Boone Edgat Wilcox West Jefferson Nell Grey Wilhelm East Bend lames Roger Williams Avondalc Bertha Nell Wilson Shelby Boyce Rogers Wilson Boone Dixon Woodie Wilson Hudson I ' atsv Woody Wilson Boone C harks Winkler Boone SOPHOMORES Ronald Loy Wise Vale Sue Carolyn Wise Salisbury J. C. Wood, Jr Lenoir Zane Noel Woodie Piney Creek Nancy Carolyn Woodruff .... Lenoir Thomas H. Woodruff Pineola Charles Pinknev Woods Lenoir Eula Mae Woodring Boone Doyle Annette Yarboro Vale Frances E. Yates Waynesville Ruby Kathleen Young . . .Morganton It never fails to rain on that day . . . Who had the fastest horse in the Civil War??? ■ fl« Milton, Pope, Dryden . . . English lit The minutes between class Page Fifty-five Back and ready for the biggesl year yel . . . study becomes more advanced . . . lesson plans are encountered . . . observations become a reality . . . " I ' ll never be able to survive three quarters of Education. " . . . trips, re- treats, conventions . . . Ivccum numbers . . . the " blood, sweat, and tears " that go into making the Homecoming Dance something to remember . . . " Mountaineers want Bearmc.it. " . . . burning the midnight oil over thousands ol pages ol illegible notes in an effort to pass at least one exam . . . Pepsi ' s, gab and the blaring juke 1 . at the Bookstore . . . the responsibility ol entertaining the seniors at the annual Junior-Senior Ban- quet and Dance . . . the monoton) of seeminglj endless classes and homework . . . campusolog) . . . research papers . . . the fabulous Boone wind . . . cheering as the Mountaineer matmen come through again . . . the sound of snow crunching under boots . . . and before you know it. finals are looming near once again and the iolK juniors are on the verge of be- coming sophisticated seniors. JUNIORS...... ISHMtfbSMI OFFICERS v ice fresic Secretary Treasurer lent Jerry Reid Carl Wyatt (not pictured) Sibyl Ray- Gene Whitesides JUNIORS Dorothy Jane Abernathy Hildebran Violet Jean Abernathy Greensboro Elmer Hubert Aldridge Crossnore Sara Jo AJlen Concord Tracv Jewel Allen Ronda Jerry Bradford Allred Asheboro Arthur Steven Alvarez . . . . Placctas, Cuba James J. Anderson Morganton Martha Adeline Ashburn Belevvs Creek Roger Wade Avers Mount Airy Marv Ellen Bagwell Fletcher James Rex Baird Morganton Willa Mae Ball Lansing Marv Sue Banks Charlotte Robert Franklin Barker Biscoe Bobbv J. Barnes Pcrkinsvillc Marv Kathleen Barnett Ferguson Ralph Alexander Bamhardt Concord George G. Beasley Mount Airy Martha Wade Bcckcrditc . . . .Winston Salem Charles Alan Bennett Glen Alpine Nell Joan Bennett Mocks ilk- Thomas W. Berrier Winston Salem Marv Carolyn Biggcrstaff Shelby JUNIORS Betty Joyce Bishop Cramerton Ruth Blackburn Matthews Richard A. Bolin Kings Mountain Mary Janet Bollinger Granite Falls Jacquelyn Mae Bosvvell Danville, Va. Carolyn Anne Bowden Asheboro Mary Kay Bradley Asheville Carl F. Brittain Statesville Fred Lee Brown Carthage Gwendolyn JoAnn Burgess Avondale Patricia Carol Caldwell N. Wilkesboro Minnie Lou Campbell Catawba Barbara Anne Cargile Marshall Donald Gray Carter Yadkinville Elizabeth A. Carter Lansing Bobby Ross Cates Boone Betty Ruth Chester Lenoir Ronald W. Christopher Lincolnton Gary A. Clark Lenoir Martha Helen Clark Crouse William Ray Cleere Gastonia Cinnie Sue Cobbler White Plains Sherrell Ellen Cogdill Shelby Martha Faye Collins Winston-Salem JUNIORS I rnest Roscoe Combs Boone Betty Jane Conley Slit-lln Joan Ellen Gotten Princeton, W. Va. Hiram Woodie Cox N. Wilkesboro Nancy Carol Crowell Denton Carroll Daniels Colerain Joe L. Davis, Jr Hartsville, S. C. Mitchell Ray Davis Lexington NanC) Gray Davis Winston Salem Nancy Ionise I ).i is Trinitv Sarah E. Davis Shelby William Hurt Dechent Buies Creek Robert 1 1. Dellinger Crouse Mary Ellen Dellinger Lawndale David D. Doby Lowgap Eva Elizabeth Dula Lenoir Mary Maxine Dowel! Winston-Salem Ava Donnabelle Duncan Flat Hock Jerry Wallace Eades Catawba Charles L. laker C hcrrvvillc Jimmy Martel Taker Cherryville George David lidcllcm.in .... Winston Salem William Frank Edmisten ....Blowing Rock Robert Dean Edmiston Ferguson JUNIORS Barbara Marie Edwards Concord P I L m t Herbert A. Edwards Tryon A Robert Lee Edwards Roaring River 1 A KIT. f j Ilk A I Sammy E. Floyd Boone Clvde D. Foster Purlear Roy Edward Furr Deep Gap Wilma Jean Gantt Catawba ■ L V J (HI Billie Kav Garmon Burlington James Terry Gates Lincolnton Jerry B. Gates Lincolnton Mary Ellen Goines Charlotte £r Dorothy Ree Grady Morganton Phyllis Kaye Green Hudson (JJP — B KV - Gerald G. Greene Boone a H Homer F. Greene Deep Gap Don Rea Grubb Denton Jane Elizabeth Guthrie Hickory J. Carmen Guy Banner Elk JUNIORS Velna 1 1.ill Yadkinville Beverly Amu- ! larkey Charlotte Sue Jane I [armon Lincolnton Richard Durham I l.irrill Shelbv Nancy ll.irris Cherryville Walter Tommy Harris Mt. Gilead Nam v I larrison Winston-Salem James Larry I lart Clemmons Nellie Rebecca I [arwood Pulkton Laura E. Harwood Stanfield Billy Graj Hawks Mount Airy Joseph J. I [ayes Vilas Raj mi ' in! C am ill 1 [ayes Boone Geraldine I [ensley Marion Glen Hentschel Granite Falls Shirley I [erring Mount Olive Catherine Nadine I [ester Newton Max Roe Hiatt Mount Airv Vesta] Agee I liatt Mount Airj Eugene Dale Hill Lowell Paul i [inshaw Boonville Reba Irene Hodges Sugar Grove Edna Jane 1 [older Fayetteville Melha Jean Holder Fayetteville JUNIORS Reynolds R. Hollifield Spruce Pine David Lee Holt Winston-Salem Charles D. Honeycutt Mountain City, Tenn. Bobby R. Howard Roaring River Joyce E. Howell Burnsville Smith R. Hudson Millers Creek A. Jeanette Huffman Hickory James M. Huffman Purlear Shirley Hughes Bakersville Kenneth Hurley Grassy Creek John Lane Idol Boone Franklin D. Ivey Statesville Olavia Faye Jackson Autryville Edward Lvnn Jarratt Linwood Hazel Deane Jarvis Wilkesboro Dean R. Joines Sparta J. Aileen Joines Moravian Falls Gayle Frances Jones Gastonia Peggy Jo Jones Lattimore Levon Kearns Concord Suzanne Logan Keeter Grover Thomas L. Keeter Grover Lillian Dell Kemp Asheboro Charles Larry Kerley Blowing Rock JUNIORS Grad) C . Kilby . Wilkesboro John Ronald Kincaid Bessemer (. itj Carolyn II. King Statesvillc R. Paul Knii lit States ille C lifton D. Knowles Wallace Dolly Kdc.nt Smethpoit Robert LeeVon Koontz Lexington Mar) [oan Lackey Wilkesb Lon M.i I andreth Sparta Margaret Marie Langley Pomfret, Md. 1 ranees Carolyn I antz Lincolnton Margaret I awson Lawsonville Nona Mae Lawson Winston-Salem Minnie Neal I ee Polkton Donald H. Lc ntz, Jr Stony Point I )oris A. Lewis Cooleemee Jack W. Little Jefferson Paul little WarrensvUle Shirlej Joanne Little Denvei 1 lien Baud I on» Charlotte Robert Preston I ong Cherryv ille Pegg) Ann 1 nil. in Marion James F. I owe 1 owgap Raj in .ml I vies Spinilale JUNIORS William Harold Lynch Hickory Sally Blue Lytch Laurinburg William H. McClure Rutherfordton Mary Lou McCollum N. Wilkesboro Donald Wayne McCracken Boone William Oakby McDaniel ..Rutherfordton Don Jirard McDonald Forest City Jeter Conrad McKinley Concord Charles Edwin McKinney Morganton Clayton Albert McKinney Carthage Clyde Vernon McKinney Yancevville Joan McLean Maxton Thomas Joseph McNeil Vilas Linda Lou McSwain Shelby Mildred Mabe Danbury James Thomas Madison Statesville Peggy Joyce Malloy Thomasville Hany Reuben Mamlin Boone James Marlowe Spring Hope Roscoe F. Marshall Granite Falls Benny N. Martin Jonesville Fayetta Lucille Martin Harmony Emmett Alvin Michael Iron Station Claude Edward Midkiff ....Winston-Salem JUNIORS Shirley Emily Miller Moravian Falls Shelby [ean Millsaps 1 liddenite Man Ann Moon Tryon Nancj Lee Moore Hoffman Gladys Jerlean Murph oodleal Gerald Dale Neal Charlotte Shirli ' M. Needham Pilot Mountain Martha I Nfoblitl Shelbj J. C. Norman Marion Bern Barkei Norris Gastonia Harold Edward Norris Zionville Beulali Odom Boom Ji i ce Ollis Ingalls Eula Clarissa Painter Banner Elk Mary Alice Patton Thomasville Marjorie Marie Payne Hiddenite Vaughn C. Payne Deep Gap Harold Deai P □ Kings Mountain Nancy Dee Peniclc Boone Jerry Wayne Peoples Winston-Salem William CI. Peters Winston-Salem Georgia Ann Philbeclc Lattimore Manha Vernon Phillips Franklinville Janel I ee Pope Winston Salem JUNIORS Worth W. Potter, Jr Goldsboro Wade Holmes Presson Sugar Grove Richard G. Propst Pineville Svbile Jessie Ray Gastonia John Reid Rea Matthews Everett Lee Redmond Shelbv Joe Ann Redwine Badin Gene Reed Boone Milton Huitt Reep Lincolnton Gary Glenn Reid Granite Falls J. Donald Reid High Point Jerry G. Reid Statesville Rufus Eugene Reid, Jr Davidson Sara Lee Richardson Reidsville Nancy Geraldine Rimer Lexington Barbara Louise Ritchie Burlington Barbara Dean Roach Brown Summit Marv Irene Roach Avondale Don Michael Roberts Landis Jack Thomas Robinson Johnston Frances G. Roope Hays Joseph Edward Roper Morganton Bruce Lee Ross Spruce Pine William Lee Ross New London JUNIORS 1 [erberl C. Rouse Bobbins Peggy Lowery Savage Valdese Doris Seagle Lenoir Mary Jane Seagle Lawndale Rebecca Ann Sebastian N. Wilkesboro Warren Sexton Boone Diane lli abcth Shrek inston Salem M. Jean Sheets Laurel Springs Lela Elizabeth Shelton Marshall Clinton T. Shumaker Charlotte Kermit Neal Sigmon Denver .mh Nell Simpson C onnell) Springs Douglas Tate Sink Boone Jack Dean Sizemore Big Stone (lap, Va. Betty Jane Smith Denton Emily Ellen Smith Gastonia James Edward Smith Winston-Salem John C. Smith Banner Elk Junior Max Smith Banner Elk Mildred Estella Snider Denton Bobbie Jean Stallings Vale I velvn Jeanette Starnes Granite Falls Dennis Earl Stirewalt WaCO Maurice R. Stirewalt China Grove JUNIORS James M. Stokes Hendersonville Howard Jackson Strader . ...N. Wilkesboro Eva Rae Swing Lexington Nell Swofford Spruce Pine Judy Tainter Spruce Pine Ernest R. Taylor, Jr Boone Martha Jean Teems Blowing Rock Jane Katherine Tester Lenoir Rebecca Geraldine Thomas Wingate Shirley Thomas SanFord Shirley Ann Thomas Polkton Samuel B. Travis Hickory Suzanne Langley Triplett Mt. Holly Gaynell Truitt Sparta Harry Eugene Upchurch Mt. Gilead Yvonne Vance Broadway H. Ray Vaughn Morven Yvonne Hinson Vaughn Morven Charles C. Wagoner Sparta Robert Lee Walker Ronda Carolyn Mae Wall Winston-Salem Jones " Ted " Watson Granite Falls A. P. Weathers, Jr Lattimore Donald W. Whelan Winston-Salem JUNIORS . ' V w Walter Eugene Whelche] ( ' ..ill in v. S. C . g f h , Edna 4 %l [ l« M Thomas R. Whittington Millers Creek g J J i«? JM HBa3B Alton C. Widenb.ou.se, Jr Charlotte f £a — —- - Bufnrt N. Widenhouse Kannapolis Jane Carolyn Wiley Granite Quarry Roslvn Wilkcrson Fairmont mW Almeta Willard Yadkinville ktW WL MM ■_ Jessie Lauretta Williams Eagle Springs A - " §■ B A Peggv Gross Williams Boone B " ' H Donna Carol Wilson Zionville MMr H Nelda Joan Wilson Hendersonville j i V Anna Boyce Winkler Boone Richard W. Winkler Boone k " r J W Buddy Stephen Wishon Elkin .f . _ _ Stone Gap, Va. M AM I k Wv ft f« i ' 4il Betty Ann Woodruff Lenoir Carl Wilson WyatI I [enrietta Billy D. Yarbrough Lexington BK fib Andrew Yasinsac Boone « H k Charles C. Yates Roi kingham B mk u V P V " ' ' W ' e . . . counsel freshmen?? Yes . . . now, go on . . . After everything is paid Another week-end . . . Lines for everything Ho mecomvi o dance . . a success Page Seventy-one 1 he beginning of the end . . . new meanings and DO ° ideas ... a certain sophistication and dignity . . . looks of awe from freshmen when they real- ize your statue . . . " I hese freshmen look vounger even year, don ' t they? " . . . casual hours at the Bookstore where coffee comes cheap and the conversation is free . . . methods courses . . . the frantic search for clccthes that give des- perate!) needed hours . . . diamonds, engagements, showers, weddings . . . " Cherished visions of the Southland " . . . recollections and reminiscences . . . that first frightening day of student teach- ing when you almost decide that surely you must have gotten into the wrong profession . . . the horror of comprehensives . . . national teacher exams . . . forms and blanks to be tilled out . . . fees to he paid . . . application letters . . . numbered da s . . . feelings of nostalgia . . . " See you at Homecoming next year. " . . . final exams . . . packing for the last time . . . caps and gowns . . . then linalK the big da arrives . . . the graduation exercise . . . dreams become realities ... a degree ... a certificate . . . and another new teacher goes forth. SENIORS...... OFFICERS President W. J. Waters Vice President George Vohden Secretary Betsy E. Capel Treasurer Ruth Hyder SENIORS Richard Paul Absher McGr.uK Business Education Physical Education Club I; Business Club 2. 5, 4; Dormiton Monitor; Y.M.C.A. 2. 3. I i i i Axes indi r Sugar Giove ( Wammar ( trade I Attention Grover Donald Alexander . . . . Cherryville Physical Education and Miii i Baseball 1. 2. i, 4: Men ' s " A " Club; Physical Education C lull. Margarei Lucinda Alexander . .Gastonia Grammar Grade Education Flying 1 isb 2. i, 4; f.W. .A. I. 2. (.1.1. 1; Westminster Fellowship, Secretary 4. Choralieis s. Nanci |ani Allison Huntersville Home Economics and Science Home K mics Club 1. 2. s. 4; c . I c I. 2, Secretary 3; Westminster Fellowship I; Council 2. 3, Treasure! 4. I in Alspaugh Atwood ..Winston-Salem Primary Education House Council 1. 2; Pep Club 1. 2. si Var- souvianna -5; Rhododendron 1, Facult) Editoi 3; Drill Team 3. [ohnnii Austin Hudson Business Education Business Club 3, 4: Pi Omega Pi 3, 4. President 4: ( hi Lambda Chi 4. Frank Oi ivi n Auten North Belmonl Physical Education and Social Studies Men ' s " A " C lub. Iii- Sni VuTON I.enoir Primary liducaliim Home I conomics Club 4; I . I. . 4: .( .1 . ). 1 W C . . 1. 2; Varsouvianna 2, 3. Joe Li i Baird Morgan ton ijo i ' . i and Social Studies ikiI; C.T.C. ice President; H ho ' s Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges. V . n Waoine Bandy Newton Business Education Business ( lub 2. 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. I: Pi Omega Pi J, 4. Secretan 4; Pep Club 3. Bj m Sin B kRNl it Boone MUSIC Music Maiors Club; Playcrafters; President Chi Lambda (In; Double Octet; Orchestra; Chorus. ( m.cii ■, s BarNETTE Union Grove Grammar Grade Education C.T.C. lj 1.U.C A.j House Council. |. I). Bartley I OW Ci.lp Business Education Business Club. Donald William Baucom Charlotte Ltlh and Social Science 1; Westrninstei 2. 3, 4. Math C lull 2. J, 4. Vice President 3. SENIORS Louie F. Beck Cooleemee Business Education Business Club. Ruth Beck Pilot Mountain Grammar Grade Education A.C.E.; House Council. Joe Russell Blevins . Mountain City, Tenn. A I n sic Instru mental Band; Orchestra; Brass Ensemble; Chorus 2; College Dance Band 2, 3, 4. J. C. Boone, Jr Albemarle Social Studies and English Mars Hill College 1, 2; Chorale; Chorus; Secretary and Treasurer— Justice Hall. Chancey C. Brackett, Jr Bostic Business Education Faye Calton Brackett Bostic Grammar Grade Education Bobby Lee Brady Boone Science President Science Club; Chi Lambda Chi; Beta Beta Beta; Who ' s WJio Among Studotts m Americtm Universities and Colleges. Earl A. Bright Marion Business Education Business Club. Rinda Carol Brittain Mars Hill Home Economics Mars Hill College I, 2; Home Economics Club; F.T.A. 3, 4, President 4. Paul Thomas Brookshire Boone Math and Social Studies Libby Lee Brown Mount Airy Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2; House Council I, 3; House President 3; Chi Lambda Chi 3. Perry Dean Brown Cherryville Physical Education and Math Baseball 1, 2; Physical Education Club 4; Math Club 4. John D. Broyhill Blowing Rock Business Education and Social Studies Golf 1, 2, 3. 4; Men ' s " A " Club 2, 3, 4; Sports Editor of Appalachian 3; Marshal 3; Treasurer of Men ' s " A " Club 3, 4. Gloria Buchanan Plumtree Grammar Grade Education Lees-McRae College 1, 2; A.C.E. Bill Blake Bumgarner ....Millers Creek Business Education Business Club. SENIORS Claude L. Bumgarner Millers Creek Business Education [ulia Wyrii Bumgarner .Blacksburg, S. C. Grammar Grade Education Robert H. Burueli Rutherfordton Science and Social Studies t lemsoo I. 2; Y.M.C. V; Science C lub. Bobby Ray Bush Kings Mountain Physical Education and Social Studies Basketball 2. i, 4. Sarah Kincaid Bush kinos Mountain Grammar tirade Education Gardner-Webb I, 2. Sara Boone Campbell Waynesville Grammar Grade Education A.C.E. l. 2, 3. Reginald Mayes Canter Purlear Grammar Grade Education [ntiamural Sports. Frances Elizabeth Cafel Salisbury Grammar Grade Education Varsouvjanna 1; Vemician Socier) 1. 2. s. 4. President 4: Pep Club 2. t; Junior Varsity Cheer leadei 1. 2; Varsity Cheexleadei 3, 4. Chief 4; Lutheran Student Vssociation 2. t, 4, Reporter 2, Vice President 3; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Secretary ox Senior Class; W.A. . 2. Julia Anna Capps Black Mountain English and Social Studies Y.W.C.A.; Forensic Club ' ■. 4; Pi Kappa Delta; Chorus 1, 3, 4; Religious Council, treasurer 4; FS.S.U.; Lovill Hall President; I louse Council; Yar sit Debater; Who ' s Who Among Students it mericam Universities and Colleges. Margaret Ann Carpenter Marion Grammar Grade Education Y.W.C.A.; Intramural Sports; House Council. Clara 1! mi Carswell Morganton Science and Math Science Club 2. t, 4; Math Club 2, f, 4; House Council 2. Carol Joyce Carter Gastonia Grammar Grade IJucation Rhododendron 2. s. 4; Debating leant t; 4; Forensic Club 5, t. Pi Kappa Delta , 4; Flying I ish 2, t, 4; B.S.U. I. 2. A, 4. Dora Eugenia Carter Charlotte Grammar Grade Education Man Hill ( ollege I. 2; At .1 I.; F.T.A.; B.S.U. I Iabold T. Carter Winston-Salem npjish and Social Studies I I is i pit Bailei Caster Shallotte Science Dormitory Manager of Justice Hall. SENIORS L. Pauline Carter Tuckerdale Library Science Hubert Casstevens Yadkinville Physical Education and Social Studies N. C. State College 1; Y.M.C.A.; Varsouvianna 4; Physical Education Club 2, 3, 4. Doris Ramsey Gates Boone Primary Education I.R.C.; F.T.A.; B.S.U.; A.C.E. William R. Caviness Ramseur Mathematics and Social Studies Betty Jean Chambers Weaversville Grammar Grade Education Mars Hill College 1, 2; B.S.U., Executive Council; A.C.E.; F.T.A. Ruth Irene Cherry Gastonia Grammar Grade Education Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4; House Council 4; Y.W.C.A.; C.T.C. 1; Choraliers 3. Martha Long Christopher ....Conover Primary Education Band 1, 2, 3: Vernician Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Rhododendron Staff 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Junior Varsity Cheerleader 3; Homecoming Court 1; C hns mas Court 3; Mav Court 3. 4; Modern Dance 2, 3; Yarsouvianna 1, 2; W.A.A. 2; Intramurals. Johnny William Christy .... Kannapolis Science and Social Studies Science Club 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4; Debate Team 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Freshman Class President; Freshman Council. Sarah Marie Clayton Albemarle Primary Education Library Assistant 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 2. 3. 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Chorus 2, 3; Pep Club 3; B.S.U., Executive Council 1. 2, Greater Council 3, 4; Debate Tournament; Intramural Volleyball. William Q. Clements Union Mills Business Education and Social Studies Rhododendron Staff 2, 3, 4; Business Club I, 2, 5, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Who ' s Who Among Students In American Universities ami Colleges. James Collins Francisco Physical Education and Social Studies Intramurals 1, 2; Physical Education Club 3, 4; B.S.U. 3, 4. Frances Douglas Conger Statesville Home Economics and Science Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4. Sarah E. Conrad Lexington English W.A.A. I. 2; Physical Education Club 1. 2; Appalachian Staff 2; Rhododendron Staff 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. Margaret Jean Cook Valle Crucis Primary Education Barbara Alice Cooper Marion English Pep Club 3, 4. SENIORS wc v [ani Craven Asheboro Grammar Grade 1 ducation V.W.C.A. 1; Varsouvianna 1: Pep Club. Boy i Ray Crawford Rutherfordton nglish and Sm.i,il Studies Gardner-Webb 1. 2. Saha Jane Crawford Statesville Hume Economics and General Science " i w l . V 1.2, 3, 4. Secretary 4 Soda] Chairman I; C.T.C. 2. 3; Home Eco Dies Club I, 2. 4, 4. St. lit- Vice President 4; Religions Council .- , 4, President 3; Westminster Fellowship I. 2, 3, 4. treasurer 3, President 4. Appalachian Synod I u-.is urer 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3i 4; Who ' s Who Among Students In American Universities o .l Colleges. [oyce Barnette Culbretii Ellenboro Business Education and Social Studies Graci W. C ummincs Clinton Physical Education and Social Studies Band Maiorette 1. 2; Physical Education Club. Ruth Dalton Shelby Mathematics and Science V.W.C.A. 1: Math Club 2. . 4; Science Club 2. , 4; Ik-ij Beta Beta 2. 3, 4; House Council 4. Bob Danner Boone Grammar Crude Education Harold Douglas Davenport .. Social Studies . Gastonia Gaii McLain Davidson Statesville JVimnn Education y.W.C.A.; Pep Club; Vemician Society. |i i.kv Staley Davidson Lenoir Physical Education mid Social Studies W.A.A. 1. 2. •!. 4 ; Physical Education C lub 1. 2. 3. 4; Vemician Societ) 1. 2. . 4. Vice President 4. i .W. . . I; Flying I isb 2. . 4. rreasuret 3, President 4; Women ' s " A " Club 4; c hi Lambda Chi 4; Pep Club i. Kenneth Mi Mannus Davis Gastonia Business Education (.■ill: Intramural Basketball; Business Education C lub. I uun 1 I) wis Boone Physical Education and Social Studies I wtv Louise Dobbins Charlotte Grammar Grade Education Wesley Inundation 1 . 2. 4 , Secretary . ri.i r.1.2; l.W C . V 1.2; .( I . 2. (; Hitoix, dendrom S( :I H }; cbi Lambda In . 4; Resident Counselor ; Avpciachian Stall I. 2. 3, 4. Associate - i. Editor 4; Who ' s II ho Imong Students In Imen ' can Universities and Colleges ■?. 4. (.iiw i [on Dover ....Kings Mountain Physical Education Garl Draughton Boonville Physical Education and Social Studies Physical Education Club; Men ' s " A " C In I ball Manager. ilZ SENIORS Don Phillip Duncan Wingate Science Wingate Junior College 1, 2. Katie Lee Duncan Wingate Business Education Wingate Junior College 1, 2; Pi Omega Pi 3; Business Club 3. Franklin G. Eckard .... Connelly Springs Business Education John Paul Edmisten Boone Science Eloise Edmondson Grayson Grammar Grade Education A.C.E.I. 1; Pep Club 1; Y.W.C.A. 2. 4; F.T.A. 4. Betsy Jo Edwards West Jefferson Primary Education A.C.E. 1; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; College Choil 1, 2, 3; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. Aubrev Elam Reseda, California Physical Education and Social Studies Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Physical Edu- cation Club; Men ' s " A " Club 1, 2, 3. 4. Elizabeth B. Eggers Boone Music Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorale 2, 3, 4; Music Edu- cation Club; Who ' s Who Among Students I»i Ameri- can Universities and Colleges. Pern L. Edwards Whitehead Pre-Law Student Tennis. Jackie C. Elam Winston-Salem Physical Education and Mathematics W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2. Secretary 3; Vemician Society 1. 2. 3, 4, Vice President 3; Modem Dance Club 2; May Court 2. Joe Vance Eller Cramerton Business Education Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s " A " Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President; Student Council; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Naomi Elliot Black Mountain Mathematics and Science George Edwin Estes Boone Library Science and Social Studies Betty Alice Farris Drexel Primary Education and Library Science William Charles Fletcher Elkin Mathematics and Science I.R.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2; Science Club 3. 4. SENIORS | Ann Fosti it Gastonia Grammai Grade Education r.W.C.A. ], 2; C.T.C. I, 2; I . I. . 3, 4; B.T.U. I. 2. 3, 4. I xecutive I ounci] -1; WW . . 2, 3, 4, President 4; Rhododendron i. 2, , 4; Assistant Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4; Who ' s II ho Lmong Students 1 " American Uni- versities and Colleges 4. Audrey Jean I ovi lee Charlotte Business I ducation and Social Studies Business Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Band 1,2. 5, 4. Orches [i.i I; ciiiu i.in Society 2, 3, 4; Rhododendron 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2. 3. 4. President 4; [.R.C. 4; Chi I anuria Chi 4; JuDioi Marshal; Appalachian 4; 1 [ouse Council t. Mary Lou I ox BurnsviUe Business I ducation and Social Studies Business Hub 1. 2. .1. 4: 1 . A . . I. Barbara Ann Francis Shelby I nglish Theodore Benjamin I w i m w, Jr. Chimney Ruck Physical Education and Social Studies football l, 2. . 4. ii i i am Alfred Gaddis Gastonia Business I ducation Business Club; Varsouviannai Nancy Elizabeth Garrison . . . .Charlotte Grammar Grade Education Y.W .A.; Y.W.t . V; .l .1 .1. foHN Allen Garwood .. North Wilkesboro Business 1 ducation Men ' s " A " Club 2. . 4; Business t lub 4; Fool I. .ill I. 2. •!, 4. Conrad M.uk Gi orol Francisco Social Studies and Physical Education Physical I ducation Club 2, i, 4; V.M.( .A S, 4; Football Manager 4; Lntramurals I. 2. - , 4. Robert Franklin Gilley Boone Music Education Band 1.2, i, 4, President 4; t bonis 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, vice President .- . President 4; Chorale 1, 2, i. 4. Vssistanl 4; College Dance Bi mil 3, 4; Music Education t lub I. 2. 3, ; Soloisl Foi ( olli g Choir and Chorale I. 2, i, 4; Musi( Depart mi ni Assistant 4; Chi I ambda Chi 4; II ho ' s ho Among Students hi American Universities and oil ges 4. I lizabi iii | m t .in i ir i ii . . Kings Mountain Home I conomics and General Science ■ , .( . . 1; 1 ' I.im rafters 1, 2. }, 4, Secretary and rreasurer 3; Home Economics ( tub I. 2, 4, 4, n i President 3, President 4; Vernician Societ] l, 2, 3, 4; rsli Foundation 1. ii 1 1 m ( i amence Goings . . . Mount An Business Education Business Club. ( , w i m.om i: i .oi iis Todd Primary Education W A . .; 11. III. 1.2. », 4. Jiim t i:iu i (.nun Mount Airy Music I ducation ( bonis I, 2. i, 4: Orchestra I; Band 1. ». Music Educators t lub 1 . 2. 4. 4; House Council 1 : Soloisl foi Si hubert Mass. Doris Ann Gori Tabor City Science and Social Studies ( ounselot Foi I ovil] II. ill J: North II. .11 ice President 4; Math ( lull I; F.T.A. . 4, Science (lul. I. 2; Beta M.i.i Beta ■!. 4. Vice President 4; Y.W.C.A. 1.2, . 4, President 4; Religious Council i. tlii Lambda t ' hi . 4; Who ' s Who Irnmiy Students In Lmericna Universities and Colleges 4. SENIORS Charles Anderson Gouge . . . .Spruce Pine Business Education Charles L. Graeber China Grove Business Education Louise Graham Lansing Grammar Grade Education and English Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; Pep Club I; Forensic Club 2. S, 4; Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3, 4; Rhododendron 3, 4; B.S.U. 1. 2, 3, 4; Executive Council 2, 3: House Council 2. Kenneth Ray Grayson Shelby Business Education Barbara A. Greene Charlotte Science and Math Math Club 1; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Beta Beta 2, 3. 4; Appalachian 2, 3, 4; C.T.C. 1; B.S.U. 1, 2. 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2; Dormitorv Vice President 1; Dormitory President 4. Bobby H. Greene Deep Gap Grammar Grade Education Y.M.C.A. 2. 3. 4; Intramural Basketball. Thomas Taylor Greene Boone Math and Science Beta Beta Beta Club. Jacqueline W. Guthrie Stovall Primary Education Mary Anne Hagaman Boone Grammar Grade Education Y.W.C.A. 1, 3; A.C.E. 3. Walter Hugh Hacaman Boone Science and Math Betty Jean Haley Kannapolis Science and Library Science Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3. 4: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. Treasurer 2; Librarv Science Club 3, 4, President 4; Junior Counselor 3; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Playcrafters 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary and Treasurer 4; Religious Council 4; Math Club 1, 2, Secretary and Treasurer 2; Appalachian 1, 2; Chi Lambda Chi, Secretary 4. Max Gardner Hamby Purlear Physical Education and Social Studies Ella Ruth Hampton Piney Creek Home Economics and General Science Y.W.C.A. 1. 3: Home Economics Club 1. 2, 3, 4; House Council 3. Charles William Hancock Vale Physical Ed., Grammar Grade, Science Playcrafters 1, 2. 3, 4, Vice President 2. President 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3. 4; Science Club I, 2. 3. 4; A.C.E.I. 3. 4; P.E. Club 4; Who ' s Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges 4; If.M.C.A.j B.S.U.; Chi Lambda Chi 4. Kenneth M. Hansel McAdenville Physical Education and Social Studies Physical Education Club. SENIORS Rachel Ann Hardin ....Kings Mountain Physical Education and Social Studies Lees-McRae College I. 2; W.A.A. S, 4 ; Physical 1 illicit I.. n Club 3, 4. Jacqueline Louise Hardy Boone Science Beta Beta Beta 3, 4: Pi Kappa Delia 4. |oiiN r Ralph Hargett Marshville Liih and Physical Education Wingate College 1. 2. Jess Talmace Harmon Spencer Physical Education and Social Studies I ootball I. 2. 3, 4: Men ' s " " Club 3, 4. Raymond E. Harmon Sugar Grove Physical Education and Math Carolyn Elliott Harris Mooresboro Home Economics and General Science Home Economics Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Intramural Athletics 1, 2, i; Pep Club 1.2. ■(. Carolyn G. Hart Clemmons Primary Education House Council 2: Pep C lul 3. limn Franklin Harwell Maiden Physical Education and Math Joe E. Hauser Winston-Salem Physical Education and Math Men ' s " A " Club 2. 3. 4. Vice President 3, President 4; arsilv Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; ,irsii Baseball 1, 2, 3. James R. Heavner Vale Physical Education and Math Vice President Sophomore Class; Manager of Base ball and Football Teams. Mary Roberta Hensley Burnsville Home Economics and General Science i.W.CA. 1; Home Economics Club I. 2. s. 4: mii 5o u t I. 2. 3, 4. Shirley Jane Henson Sherwood Grammar Grade Education I.W.CA. l, 3; Weslej Foundation I, 2, 3; ■ I 2, 3. Phillip Carl Henry Conover Moth and Science Band 1. 2; Player afters I. 2. 1. 4. Jerry Randolph Hill Shelby fit sic ErhicnlioM t ollegt ( honis I. 2. ; College Ensemble I, 2. s; College Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Majors Club I, 2. s. 4. Patsy Jane Hill Avondale Grammar Grade Education Pep Club 1; .C i: 1; Y.W.C.A. 3, 4; B.S.ll. I. 2. i, 4; I.I. . 4. SENIORS Melba Hinshaw Graham Grammar Grade Education F.T.A. 3, 4; A.C.E. 3, 4. Betty Ann Hodges Boone Primary Education Band; Chorus; Plavcrafters. Theda Clarine Holder .... Blowing Rock Business Education and Social Studies Business Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Modem Dance Club 4; Y.W.C.A. 2; F.T.A. 4; Christmas Court 3; Marshal 3; May Court 4. William Eugene Honeycutt .... Concord Grammar Grade Education Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; Student Council 2; Cojlege 2, Chorale 1, 2, 3, 4 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.M.C.A. Business Manager 3; Choir Alan Conrad Horton Wingate Science and Physical Education Wingate Junior College; Men ' s " A " Club; Sru dent Council 4; Basketball 3. 4; Who ' s Who Among, Students In American Universities and Colleges. Martha Elaine Howell Fleetwood Grammar Grade Education Mars Hill College 1. Julia Ellen Hough Lilesville Primary Education Forensic Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Secretary 2; Pi Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; Vernician Society 1, 2, 3, 4; House President 3; Chi Lambda Chi 3. 4; Varsity Debater 2, 3, 4; A.C.E.I. 1, 2; Marshal 3; Vice President East Hall 4; Beligious Council 3. Wanda Lee Houser Vale Physical Education and Social Studies W.A.A.; Physical Education Majors Club; Spanish Club 1; Y.W.C.A.; Modern Dance, Treas- urer; C.T.C.; Appalachian Staff 1. Lois Mae Hoyle Cherryville English and Social Studies Gardner- Webb 1, 2; F.T.A. 3, Secretary 4; Forensic Club 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4; Varsity Debater 3. 4; B.S.U. 3, 4. Norma Jean Hull Morganton Business Education Pep Club 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4; House Council 3. Margaret Huneycutt Monroe Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Science Club 1; C.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1, 2; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3. 4, Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Intramural Athletics I, 2. Betty Lee Hunt Polkville Grammar Grade Education Mary Anne Hunter Conway, S. C. Grammar Grade Education Mars Hill College 1, 2; F.T.A.; B.S.U. 3, 4; A.C.E.I. 3. Donald Ray Huskey Forest City Physical Education and Social Stttdies I.R.C. 3, 4; Physical Education Club 3. Hattie Ruth Hyder Rutherfordton Home Economics and General Science Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. 3. 4, Cabinet 3, 4; Home Eco- nomics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S.U. 1, 2, 3, 4, Greater Council 1, 2, Executive Council 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Religious Council 3, 4. President 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. SENIORS l irgarbt Rice, liioi Hubert Grammat Grade Education Bob Jones University I; Y.W.C. . Bi i iv Lou Ijames Mocksville Home Economics and General Science Home Economics Club 1. 2, 5, 4; House Council 1. Vice President White Hall 3; M.n Curt 4. Li i rv She Ijames Mocksville Physical 1 ducation niitf Si itiKi " W.A.A. I, 2. 3, 4, President 4; Physical Edu cation Club. Edith Brinkle Isaacs Ilk Park Grammar Crude Education Henry I HOMAS 1 kmin Godwin Science and Social Studies B.S.U. 1, 2. 5, 4: Executive Council 1. 2; Re ligious Council 2: lnti.nnur.il Spurts s, 4: Recrea tional St.ilf 4. Cornell Jacobs Pembroke Business Education and Social Studies Business Club 2. A. 4: Y.M.C.A. I; C.T.C. 5, 4: I . I . . ). B.S.U. 1. 2, !. 4, Executive Council. Secretary and rreasurer, Betty Jean Johnson Magnolia Primary Education I asl t inilin.i 1. 2. 3; .C .11. 4. F.T.A. 4. Bobby Greene [ohnson Mt. Airj Physical Education and Social Studies Physical 1 ducat ii n ( lub. Kermit A. Johnson Bakcrsville Physical Education and Social Studies I ' .l . Club; Science Club; Intramural Softball. Bn lye Norma Jones Scottville Business Education Business s lull 1. 2. 4, 4. Treasurer 4; .n souvianna 1. Caroi Elizabeth [ones Enka Library Science 1 ihr.ir Science Club I. 2. 3, Treasurer 2. Vice President ; Y.W.C.A. I; U.S. II. I. 2. ; l ' l.n t [.liters 2, 3. C inn i i [oyce Sandy Ridge Business ducation ItusiiHss t lull 1.2. i, I; B.S.U. I; l ' i Omega l ' i 4. foYci Mamm [oyner Kernersville Grammat ( Wade 1 ducation Y.W.C.A. I; Homecoming Court 2. May Court ! 4. Jovt i Ki i i i n Vshe ille ( Wammar ( Wade I ducation t . I .t .; Religious Council, Secretary 2. Lutheran Student Association I. 2. Vice President l; Weslej Foundation 4. 4. ( aiiol She Kenni dy Pincy Creek Business I ducation Business ( In I. I. 2. s. 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4. ii i President 4. SENIORS Muriel Weitona Kerley . . . .Granite Falls Grammar Grade Education Rhododendron I, 2, Advertising Manager 2; Modern Dance 1. 3: Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Yarsouvi- anna 3. Eugene Swin King, Jr Lake Toxaway Music Education Brevard College 1; Western Carolina College 2; Band 3. 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Music Education Club 3, 4; Brass Ensemble 3. Ellen Kate Koonce Raeford Science and Social Studies Appalachian, Business Assistant 2, Assistant Busi- ness Manager 3, Business Manager 4; House Council 3; Rhododendron- 3, 4, Activitv Editor 3, Feature Editor 4; W.A.A. 1: Chairman junior-Senior Dance 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1; Westminster Fellowship 1,2, 3; F. T. A. Representative to North State Press Conference 4; Yemician Societv 4; I.R.C. 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. Thomas L. Lail Hickory Business Education Student Council 3, 4; Lenoir Rhvne 1, 2; Who ' s Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges. Edward Ray Lakey Boonville Physical Education and Social Studies Football 1, 2; Head Student Trainer 3. 4: Junior Marshal; Student Council 3; Men ' s " A " Club; Physical Education Club; President of Student Bodv. George Richard Lamb Statesville Physical Education and Social Studies Manager of Football, Baseball, Basketball. Mary Jon Lanning Boone Business Education Business Club 3. 4; B.S.U. 3, 4. Polly Ann Lasley Belevvs Creek Primary Education Y.W.C.A. 1; A.C.E. 1. 3. 4. Mary Katherjne Laws Lenoir Business Education and Social Studies Patty Petrea Lee Kannapolis Primary Education Rhododendron 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2; Yarsou- vianna 1. Howard K. Leonard Boone Physical Education and Social Studies Physical Education Club. Edmond W. Limer Rich Square Business Education and Social Studies I.R.C. Mary Sue Link Lenoir Physical Education and Social Studies W.A.A. I. 2. 3. 4; Phvsical Education Club 1. 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 3. 4; House Council 3, 4. Fred Hyams Lippard Statesville Business Education and Social Studies Football; Lutheran Student Association; Men ' s " A " Club. Patty Ann Long Yadkinville Business Education and Social Stttdies Business Club 1, 2, 3; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. SENIORS William H. Love Vilas Business Education and Social Studies Business Education Club I, 2. 3, 4: Y.M.C.A. 1; B.S.U. 3. Ferry Austin Lowder Monroe Grammar Grade Education t hums; Greater Council B.S.U.; President, Upper Classman Sunday School Class. Richard David Lowder Thomasville Business Education Wingate Junior College l. 2; Business Club 4. Robert E. Mabrey Concord Business Education George Lee Magness Shelbv Science and Social Studies Mary Lee Becton Mamlin . . . . Asheville Primary Education Mars Hill I. 2; Band; Orchestra; A.C.E.; B.S.U. . 1st Vice President. J. Ronald Marshall Charlotte Mathematics and Physical Education Junior Marshal. John Locks Martin ....North Wilkesboro Mathematics and Science Jimf G. M xsr Bchiiic Primary Education Plavcrafters 2, 3; Band 2. Paui [ami s Matheson Monroe Physical Education and Social Studies Joanne Harris Matthews Lenoir Primary Education Y.W OA. 1: Pep Club 3; Modern Done J, 4. Chi Lambda Chi t; F.T.A. 4; A.C.I I Colie Li i McCarty Charlotte Physical Education and Social Studies Evei n Mi Curry BurnsviFlc Mathematics and Science Math Club; Science lol : Secretary i Math (lull t. Y.u Kenneth C. McGee Statesville Mat hematics and Science Larry . McGlNNIS M Science and Physical Education Wingate Junior College I. 2. k SENIORS J. Rex McNeil Purlear Business Education Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Reporter and Publicity Chairman 3; Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, Chaplain 2; Pep Club 1, 2; B.S.U. 1; Student Assistant to Business Edu- cation Department 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Honor Student 1, 2, 3, 4; Appalachian Staff 1, 2, Sports Writer; Rhododendron Staff 4. Neil W. McKinney Spruce Pine Science and Physical Education Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsouvianna 1, 2, 3, 4; Appalachian Staff 1, 2. Shirley Ann McNeil Millers Creek Grammar Grade Education Y.W.C.A. 3; A.C.E. 3, 4. Donald W. Miles Sparta Physical Education and Social Studies Football 1; Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3 ' Plavcrafters 1. Doris C. Miller North Wilkesboro English and Social Studies Mais Hill 1, 2; Debate Team 3, 4; Forensic Club 4; Pi Kappa Delta 4; I.R.C. 3; Rhododendron Staff 3. Hugh Graham Miller III Shelby Business Education Gardner- Webb 1, 2. Rebecca Miller Statesville Grammar Grade Education Mitchell College 1, 2; Rhododendron Staff 3; Pep Club 3. William Joseph Mills Shelby Physical Education and Social Stttdies Tennis Team; Physical Education Club. Janet White Millsaps Statesville Primary Education Y.W.C.A.; A.C.E. Betty Jane Mitchell Sparta Business Education and Social Studies Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A. 1, 2; Appalachian Staff 4; Business Club 3, 4. Margaret Carr Mitchell .... Laurinburg Grammar Grade Education Y.W.C.A.; F.T.A.; Wesley Foundation. Conley Lamar Moffett Waco Science Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3; Appalachian Staff 2. 3. 4; College Brotherhood 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary ' 3; Beta Beta Beta 3, 4, President 4, Vice President Southeastern District 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; I.R.C. 2; Who ' s Who Among Students In Ameri- can Universities and Colleges. Sylvia Massey Mock Boone Physical Education and Social Studies I lying Fish; W.A.A. ; Women ' s " A " Club; Vernician Society; Chorus. Carolyn Moore Newton Physical Education and Social Studies W.A.A. I. 2. 3; Flying Fish 2, 3. 4; P. E. Club 1, 2; Varsouyianna 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3. James H. Moore Winston-Salem Physical Education and Mathematics Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Men ' s " A " Club 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2. SENIORS Robert Moore Greensboro Science Beta Beta Beta; Science Clubj E.R.C. (taxis Elinor Moorhead Shelby English and Library Science Y.W.C.A. I. 2, 3, 4; Library Science ( lul 3, 4; Playcrafters 4; Appalachian Start I. 3, 4. Cli ORGE Moose Concord Science and Social Studies .M.C. . 2; Forensic 2, i, 4, President 5; Pi kappa Delta; l In Lambda C ' lii 1; Debate Team 2, 5, 4i N. C. State c allege I. Patricia E. Morgan ....North Wilkesboro Grammar Grade Education Varsouvianna; Y.W.C.A.; A.C.E.I. Maud Marii Morrison Morganton Business Education and Social Studies Business Club 2, I, 4; College Band; i " .W. . V. 2, Art Mohley Boone Music Yalorie Mosher Charlotte nglish and Physical Education W.A.A. 1, 2. J, 4; Playcrafters I, 2; Y.W.C.A. 1; Modern Danee 2; Wesley Foundation I, 2. 4. 4, 1st Vice President 3, Reporter 4; Religious Council 2: Junior Counselor s; Appalachian Staff 1- 2. 3, News Editor 3; student Council 3, 4; Recording Secretary s; Who ' s Who Among Students " Ameri can Universities and Colleges 3, 4; Orientation Vssistants Club 2. Vice President; School Council 3, 4; Junior Marshal. Billy H. Mull Morganton Business Education and Social Studies Business Club 2, s, 4. Robert 1 1. Neal Madisi in Physical Education and Social Studies Physical Education Club 2. 3; Appalachian Stall 3. [osi pit 11. Neal Jefferson Science and Social Studies Thomas Fowler Nevins Spencer English I ' ln t rafters. Francine Nolen Crouse Grammar Grailc 1 ducation w ,sln 1 oundation 1; Y.W.C. . 1; Pep lub 2. ; Varsouvianna 2; Modern Dante s, 4. Hit iy W. Nonius West Cramerton English and Social Stutlics [OANN Wl i I noiiN Nonius Deep (lap ibrary Science Y.W.C.A. I; I il ' i.io s, ience Club I. 2. 3. Frank B. Northup Winston-Salem Mathematics and Science 1 . 1 . V. I reasuret t; . ( . State I. 2. SENIORS Martha Adeline Orders Morganton Primary Education Band 1, 2; Chorus 2; A.C.E. 2, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. Trjllian Sharlee Overbay . .Granite Falls Business Education and Social Studies Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4. Don L. Palmer Union Mills Physical Education and Social Studies Spurts Editor Appalachian; Physical Education Club; Intraraurals. William Carter Payne, Jr Leaksville Social Studies and Science Betty ' Louise Peace Rutherfordton English Betty Ellen Pearson Charlotte Primary Education Mars Hill Junior College 1. 2; A.C.E. 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4. Barbara Ann Pendleton Charlotte Physical Education and Social Studies W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Physical Education Club 1, 3; Pep Club 2; Vernician Society 3, 4. Patsanna Phillips Ingalls Physical Education and Social Studies W.A.A. 1. 2, 3. 4, Vice President 4; Flying Fish 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Women ' s " A " Club 4; I.R.C. 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3; House President North Hall 4; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2; Avvulachian 2. 3; Modern Dance Club 2; Nurses Assistant 4. Truman Garland Phillips . . . . Mooresville Science Gardner Webb College 1, 2; Y.M.C.A. 3, 4; Beta Beta Beta 3, 4. Mary Frank Poe Boone Home Economics Indiana University: Home Economics Club 3, 4; Cheerleader 3; Band 3; House Council 3. Betty Frances Poindexter .... Mocksville Grammar Grade Education Y.W.C.A. 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; A.C.E. 4. Edwina Fern Pope Stony Point Physical Education and Science W.A.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Club 2, 3; Science Club 3, 4; Beta Beta Beta 3, 4; Women ' s " A " Club 4. J. T. Randolph Burnsville Mathematics and Physical Education Physical Education Club 3, 4; Varsouvianna 3. Wayne Hal Rash Statesville Mathematics and Social Studies Mitchell Junior College I, 2. Bettye Jean Rast Rock Hill, S. C. English Pfeiffer College 1, 2. SENIORS Charles Eugene Readlinc Concord Physical Education and Social Studies Men ' s " V ( tub; Baseball. Nanci hn;n Ri adling Salisbury Grammar Crude Education Westminster 1 i -I !■ ■%» li ■ ( 1. 2; C.T.C. 1. John EmoRI Reece Boonville Mathematics and Science Math t lub; V.M.C. I.; Intiamuials. Ernest Li r Richards Granite Falls Business Education I enoix Rhyne 1. 2. Ethel Robinson Hickory Grammar Grade Education 1 .S. . 1. 2. ?, -t; Relicious Cuncil 2: Orchestra 1. 2. i. 4: C.T.C. 1: Y.W.C.A. 1; A.C.E. 1. Ism Mt Cinxis Hodinson Moc-ksville Grammar Crude Education w I I, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 1 , 2 3 4- Y.W.C.A. I. 2. 3, 4; Dormitory Council 1. 2. Ri Axi i Robinson Creston Business Education Business Club 2. , 4; Y.W.C A 1 2 3 4- i . I . V 4. Jot Phillips Rogers Winston-Salem Primary Education i " .W.( .A. l. 2. 3; V.C.E. 2. 4; Choraliers 2. Juel L. Rogers Greensboro Music College Band I; Orchestra 2; choir 1 2 3 4- Music M.ij.irv ( lub 1. 2. 3, 4. Bobbie Guthrie Ross Shelby 1 1onic hconomics Proffer College l, 2; Home Economics c lub 3, 4. C i uiDETTE Sanford I.aurinburg Grammar Grade Education •■ ' ' I . I . . 5, 4: Vernician Society 1, 2 3, 4; Religious Council; Pep t hih 3; Wesley Fellow ship I. 3, 4. [ames Marlowe Sawyer Asheville Physical Education and Social Studies I.R.C. 3, 4, Presideni 4; Chi I ambda ( hi 4 President 4; F.T.A. 3, 4. Vice Presideni 4: Varsou nanna 3, 4; Rhododendron i, 4; Physical Educa Don Club 5, 4; Pep ( k,l, 1. 2; Junior Varsit, Cheerleader 3, Varsit) 4 : Westminster Fellowship I. -: Junior Marshal !; Social Committee 4; Modern Uance 4; W ho J U ho Among Students ,; InterScan Universities and Colleges 4. W u m I li m:v Seckler C hin.i Grove Business ducation Business Club 2. 3, I, Intramural Sports I. 2, Van M. Sellers Kings Mountain English oi(i Social Studies Varsouvianna 3; Chorus 2; Appalachian 2 3: Modern Dance : Choraliers 2. Mar I mi i Sin apun Whitalcers Mathematics and English Y.W.C. . I; Math Club 1. SENIORS Alma Jean Shoupe Newland Grammar Grade Education A.C.E. Jo Ann Shoup Charlotte Physical Education and Social Studies Vernician Society I, 2, 3, 4: Varsity Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Flying Fish 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Wanda Smith Moravian Falls Physical Education and Science Varsouvianna Club; W.A.A. ; Physical Education Club. William Edgar Smith Laurinburg Grammar Grade Education and Social Studies Vice President of A.C.E. Ralph Lewis Snyder Millers Creek Grammar Grade Education William Harwell Stanley Marion Science and Physical Education Football 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Beta Beta Beta. Clara Lou Stott Bailey Grammar Grade Education Freshman Class Secretary; Student Council Mem- ber 1, 2. Robert A. Strickland ....Winston-Salem Business Education Eva Lee Strider Greensboro English Modern Dance 1; Y.W.C.A. 1; Canterbury Club 1. Joseph Gayden Swann, Jr Old Fort Social Studies and Mathematics Thomas Arlis Tate Shelby Business Education Charles Gordon Taylor Boone Physical Education and Social Studies Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3; Men ' s " A " Club 3, 4; Lutheran Student Association I, 2, 3 f 4. Ruby Lee Taylor Union Mills Home Economics and General Science Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Greater Council B.S.U. 1, 2, 3, 4. Nancy Teague Winston-Salem Primary Education Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; A.C.E. 3, 4; Modern Dance 3. Peggy Joyce TrAGUE Boone Business Education Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4. SENIORS |. C. Tester Boone Mathematics and Science Science Club . 4. Bobby Eugene Thomas Candor Physical Education and Social Studies [ayden Aldene Thomas Landis Physical Education and Social Studies Vi umiN D. Thompson Mt. Gilead Physical Education and Social Studies Joyce Ann Thornton Gastonia Grammar Grade Education Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi.ir 2. i; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; Vppalachian 2, 5j .( .1;. 1. Owen Kelly Tilley Mt. Airy Business Education and Physical Education Business Club; Physical Education Club. Linda Z. Townsend Valle Crucis Library Science Library Science Club. |ames Bruce Trammeli Shelby Business Education Ierry C. Trammell, Jr Shelby Physical Education and Social Studies ( ..ir.ln.-i Webb I. 2: Basketball ' . 4; Men ' s " A " Club . 4; Physical Education Club 4. President 4. Mary Ella Treece Stanfield Primary Education William E. Tripp Shallotte Science and Social Studies Science Club 2; Y.M.C.A. 2. Bill Underwood Wingate Social Sttulics and Physical Education Wingate Junioi College I. 2; Physical Education [ub. Glenda Vestal JonesvUle Grnmiimr Grade 1 ducation W.A.A.; Vaxsouvianna; Modern Dance. George S. Vohden Boone Physical Education ami I ii«lnli Wrestling s, 4; Vice President " I Senioi ( lass. I ahry Dean VonCannon Ellcrbe Physical I ducation and Social Studies Physical Bducarion dub. SENIORS Hayne Nelson Walden Monroe Science and Social Studies Wingate Junior College 1, 2. Dean Wallace Granite Falls English and Social Studies Hazel Louellen Walsh Lenoir Mathematics ami Science Math Club; Y.W.C.A. Margaret Ann Warlick Lavvndale Grammar Grade and Physical Education Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1. 2. 3, 4; Women ' s " A " Club 4; A.C.E. 2, 3; Religious Council 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Class Officer 3; Modern Dance 3. 4; Physical Education Club 2. 3, 4; House Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who Amoua Students In American Universities and Colleges. William J. Waters, Jr Lincolnton Mathematics and Science Wrestling; Beta Beta Beta; Junior Marshal; Senior Class President. Carol Jeanette Weaver Olin Primary Education A.C.E.I.; F.T.A.; Y.W.C.A. Norma Wayne Weaver Olin Primary Education A.C.E. I.; F.T.A.; Y.W.C.A. Bill Ray Welhorn .... North Wilkesboro Physical Education and Social Studies Jean Welch Harmony Primary Education Peace College 1; F.T.A. 3, 4; A.C.E.I. 3. 4; Y ' .W.C.A. 2, 3, 4. O ' Nell F. Wells Gastonia Primary Education Mars Hill 1, 2. Marion Elizaheth White .... Cornelius Grammar Grade and Library Science Vernician Society 1, 2, 3, 4; C.T.C. 1; West minster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. 1, 2; X.W.C.A. 1, 2; Library Science Club 4. Robert Eugene Whiteside . .Gaffney, S. C. Physical Education and Social Studies Physical Education Club; Modern Dance Club; Treasurer Junior Class; Varsouvianna Club. William Franklin Whittington Wilkesboro Physical Education and Mathematics Football 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1. 2, 3; Men ' s " A " Club 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Club 2; Varsou- vianna 2. Nancy Carol Whittington .Millers Creek Physical Education and Social Studies W.A.A. 1, 2, 4; Marjorette 1. 2; Physical Edu- cation Club 1; Junior Marshal 3; Pep Club 3. Ancil Dean Williams Boone Business Education Business Club; Intramural Sports. SENIORS Cham.es Ray Williams Monroe Physical Education and Social Studies Basketball; Bast-ball; Winoale Junior College I, 2. Laura Maxini: Williams Stateswlle Grammm (Wade Education V.C.E.; i .W.C. V: eslei 1 oundation; Pep Club; 111. Iiw.imi M. Williams Mountain Park Business Education Patricia Alice Williams ....Forest Citv English ami Social Studies Winthrop College 1; B.S.U. 2. 3, 4; Executive t ounci] s. 4; Y.W.C. . 2, 3, 4. Cabinet 3, 4; House Council 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; C hi Lambda Chi 4. Vice President; Bhododendron Staff 2. .s, 4. Faculty Editor 2. Managing Editor 3, Editor 4; Secretary of Junior C l.i s; Who ' s Who Among Students In American Universities and Colleges. Truett R. Wilson Marion Physical Education and Social Studies Physical Education Majors Club; Appalachian Stall. Mary Jocelyn V ' ittner Asheboro Physical Education and Social Studies W.A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; Flying I ish I. 2. 3, 4; Women ' s " A " Club 4; Wesley Foundation 1. 2; Physical Education Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Y.W.C. A. 1. 2. 4; Women ' s Intramural Council 4; Pep Club 1. Michaj i WiwczAb . . .Wading River, N. Y. Physical Education and Social Studies Football 2; Appalachian Starr 2; [ntxamurals 4; Physical Education Club 4. Duke Wii.lard Wood Boone Science Beta Beta Beta; Junior Marshal. Tony Dalton Woods Lenoir Physical Education and Social Studies Raymond M. Wobbeli Low Gap Biisiitess- Education Business Club. Thomas V. VVooten East Bend Mathematics and Physical Education lt-n " A " Club; Mob club. Physical Education Club; Varsiri Basketball; Appalachian Staff, Robert | mis Wyke Lenoir Mathematics and Physical Education Football I; F.T.A. s, 4; Physical Education Club 4. Doris Ann Yabbrough Gastonia Grammar Grade Education V.C.E.I. l. u .c . . I; Westminster Fellowship I. 2. s. 4. Devotion Chairman 4; F.T.A. 3. Mildred Ray Yarbrough Mt. Gilead Mathematics and English Math t lub 2. s; House Council S; B.S.U. Greater C ounci] 3. Jami s Bi njamin Yount Vale Science and Physical Education Physical Education Club-. Science Club, No more . . . tedious hours spent studying . Bloodshot eves, and exhausted gray matter . Looking for electives . . Off for the week-end . . Looking into the future ... a job . Teaching becomes a reality Page Ninety-five And now the second phase . . . students and teachers from all over . . . new friends ... an enlarged sense of values . . . transcripts, letters of recom- mendation, endless blanks encountered . . . won) over admission . . . " Let ' s see, was my National Teachers Exam successful? " . . . no time to think about that . . . " Am expecting the worse from the Miller Analogy " . . . limited number ol 4(K) and minor courses . . . " Whew, Education 500 and 47S yet " . . . library more complex than ever what with new caverns and volumes to explore . . . conferences with advisor) committees ... a class at sunrise, noon, and sunset . . . arrange, arrange, arrange, arrange . . . prerequisites . . . res- idence hours . . . major and minor requirements . . . grades . . . assistantships . . . thesis . . . then the hour ol distinction . . . the Masters Degree . . . an added Feeling of competenc) in the chosen field . . . i ood byes . . . " See vou in Who ' s Who in American J ducation. " GRADUATE STUDENTS OFFICERS Preside nt Bob Fracker Vice President Bill Rhinehart Secretary Bessie Hoi.lingsworth Treasurer Judith Jovner ■k .h GRADUATES | i Ann ISi ami k 1 ligh Point, X. C I huh I ' ., mt College, A. IS. ihrar) Science Jack Branch Hickory, N. C. l).i idson College, U.S. Appalachian State Teachers College, M,A. Secondary Education and Socio] Striates Floyd O. Campbell Spindale, N. C. Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Physical Education l!u i Cheek Cycle, N. C. Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Biology Ralph C. Coll New London, N. C. Catawba College, A.B. Physical Education I Iubert Dancy Boone, N. C. Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Physical Education Rachel Dancy Boone, N. C. Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Physical Education Kenneth F. England Boone, N. C. Appalachian Slate Teachers College. B.S. Physical Education Harry Foster Charleston, S. C. Wofford College, B.A. Social Studies Robert Fracker West Jefferson, N. C. I .is! Tennessee State College, B.S. Social Studies ' C t i da B. Graham Boone, N. C. Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Elementary Education Laura Douglass Harrell . Morristown, lenn. Winthrop College, A.B. English |im Harrison Denton, N. C. Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Biology Bartley Harrold . ...N. Wilkesboro, N. C. Appalachian State reachers College, B.S. Physical Education { i is an Hendrick Shelby, N. C. University ol North Carolina. B.A. Biolog) Bessie Walker Hollingsworth .Boone, N. ( Appalachian State Teachers College. U.S. Elementary Education Ruth Marie [sham Boone, N. C. North Dakota State I eachers College, B.A. ( midance [udith Rebecca [oyneb . . .Taboi City, N. C. Appalachian State reachers College, B.S. English GRADUATES Bill L. Klutz Albemarle, N. C. Catawba College, A.B. Physical Education Nancy Kobs Columbus, Ga. Georgia State College for Women, A.B. English Della Elizabeth Long Pageland, S. C. Winthrop College, A.B. English Joyce Ogg Beham, Kv- Asbury College, A.B. Elementary Education James Bruce Ollis Ingalls, N. C. Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Physical Education Donald R. Pack Belmont. N. C. Tennessee Polytechnic Institute, B.S. Physical Education Jack Phillips Liberty, N. C. Lenoir Rhyne College, A.B. Physical Education Robert A. Poe Durham, N. C. Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Physical Education John Pyecha Monaca, Pa. Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Physical Education Bill Rhinehart Charlotte. N. C. Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Elementary Education Eugenia Ridings Kannapolis, N. C. Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Elementary Education Oscar M. Ridings Kannapolis, N. C. Colorado State College of Education, A.B. Social Studies Edward Barry Ruth High Point, N. C. Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Music Jeff Savage, Jr Germanton, N. C. Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Social Studies Donval R. Simpson Biltmore, N. C. Berea College, A.B. Mathematics Dorothy Simpson Asheville, N. C. Berea College, A.B. Biology Robert Earl Sneed Laurinburg, N. C. Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Mathematics Sally Temples Fort Lauderdale, Fla. South Georgia Teachers College, B.S. Elementary Education PART THREE , n Prince I lul and bis merry companions at the Boars liciul 1 avern. Back stage with members the Dance Dvninn ( A chat with McNamara ami Can nil 0 the Dublin I heater Page One Hundred Tiro VERNICIAN SOCIETY Betsye Capel Mary Kay Ollis Sue Jane Harmon Mary Ellen Goines President Vice President Secretar . . Treasurer Seated: Mary Reid, Nona Law-son, Phyllis Edwards. Lila Malone, Martha Chris- topher. Anna Bovce Winkler, Freda Felts, Ann Jovner, Man ' Ellen Goines, Beverly Harkey, Betsy Hullander, Joyce Byars, Betsye Capel, Ellen Kate Koonce, Carolyn Medlin, Claudette Sanford. Standing: Evelyn Craig, Barbara Dean Roach, Sue Jane Harmon, Sybile Raw Audrey Fouler, Nancy Harris, Margaret Lawson, Pat Harwood, Jean Brown, Ann Moon, Joyce Ollis, Velna Hall, Libbv White, Wynelle Whisnant, Phoebe Ramev. Carolyn Wall, Beckv Bingham, fane Wiley, Sue Wise, Nancy McLean, Joan Cotten, Janice Little, Jo Anne Shoupe, Gail McLain. Page One Hundred Three THE PLAYCRAFTERS ime to relax . . Lipstick, powder and paint . . ■■ ■mi ■pm ■ Seated: Maxine Cooper, Carl Henry, Tweet Lawscn, Phyllis Edwards, Marilyn Tate, Sybil Thomas, J. M. Culler, Joan Wilson, Rosa Lee Ates, Donna Wilson, Betsv Ilullander. Standing: Bill Frye, Sandra Caudell, Thomas Vance, Dale Free- man, Beth Davis, Charles Hancock, Don McDon- ald, Bettv Haley, Frances Gettys, Carolyn Medlin, Naomi Elliott. Entertainment for homecoming OFFICERS Betty Sue Barnett Charles Hancock Joan Wilson Betty Haley President First Vice President Second Vice President S ecretary-Treasi i rer !■§■■ ORCHESTRA lirst row: Jimmy Dellinger, Cynthia Styles, Ethel Robinson, Peggy Carter, Jerry Mill, Arthur Morley, Harry Mamlin, Bill Snced. Sec- ond row: Ann Hardin, Bett) Sue Barnett, Christine Sneed, Jackie Boswell, Mary Robinson. David Eddleman, William Spencer, Jimmy Stokes, Wotlord I Iuskv. John Ralph Buchanan, Carmen Cuv, Sandy Beam, Grav Holshouser, Dan Ragan. 7 hird row: Cecil Baker, Janice Harris, Robert Dorton, Dr. William [ones, ferry Aiken, Delores Miller, Wanda Weese, Fred Reynolds, Eddie Harrington, Charles Honeycutt, Camilla Cracber. J. D. Wrcnn, Mary Lee Mamlin, Bea- ver Robinette, Lila Malone. Standing: Mr. Nicholas Emeston, C on ductor, Mildred Beam, Tommy Bromeline, Barry Ruth. Page One Hundred Six B N OFFICERS Bill Sneed . President John Kilby Vice President Betsy Witt Secretary-Treasurer First row: Jimmy Stokes, Gray Dellinger, Nancy Rimer, Jane Guthrie, Carolvn Long, Mary Robinson, David Eddleman. Second row: Peggy Carter, Mary Sue Christopher, Sammy McCall, Chris- tine Sneed, Maxine Cooper, Fred Reynolds, Marie Teague, Bill Sneed, Delores Miller, Beaver Robinnette. Third row. Jimmy Laugh- ridge, Frances Coltrane, Martha Maston, Bob Taylor, John Kilby, Charles Honevcutt, Eddie Harrinton, Jerry Aiken, Cecil Baker, Bob Shuping, Audrey Fowler, Harry Mamlin, Betsy Witt. Fourth row: Tommy Bromeling, Robert Dorton, Dan Evans, Camilla Grae- ber, David Culler, Sonny Adkins, James Northcutt, Gray Hols- houser, Jimmv James, J. D. Wrenn, Barry Ruth, Mildred Beam, Mr. William Spencer, Director. Page One Hundred Seven CHORUS OFFICERS Kermit Sigmon . . . . President WoFFORD Husky Vice President Sin | anf. Harmon Secretary-Treasurer First row: Arlene Lut . Jane Guthrie, Carolyn Bowden, Ann l h n, Virginia Wary Linney, Carmen Guy, Sue Jane Harmon, Ann Sloan, Florence Pa ne. Second row. ane I animore. Pansv Pritch ard, Mary Elizabeth Nixon, Dottie Waters, I had Moose, Robert Dorton, Bob Shuping, lionet ' Mabrey, J. C. Boone. Janice Harris, Mar) Reid, Jean Brown, Jackie Boswell. Third row: Wofford Husky, Dale I lolland, Don Reid, Duane Best, Pat I larrison, Everett Elledge, Kermit Sigmon, Tomim Burrus, Cecil Baker, Beauforl Widenhouse, Sandv Beam, Kenneth Shumaker, |. C . Norman. ' age One Hundred Eight APPALACHIAN CHORALE First row: Jackie Hull, Nancv Larrimore, Bill Honeycutt, Dan Ragan, Bill Sneed, Tom Bromeling, Peggy Carter, Sibyl Ray. Second row: Jane Guthrie, Jane Kimrey, David Eddleman, Bob Shuping, Barrv Ruth, Bobbv Taylor, Lois Jocey, Christine Sneed. APPATONES Firsf roii ' .- Chuck Honeycutt, Betsv Witt, Beaver Robinnette, Jimmy Stokes, Bob Gillev. Second row: Everett Elledge, Barry Ruth, Bob Love, Harry Mamlin, Bill Sneed, Bob Goforth, Bob Taylor, David Culler. t PA R T FOU R ' .£ ■ I ■ T ) K 7 ■ ■X« SSSS Bob Foe Co-Cctptain Bill Stanley ( ' ( ' crptain Bob Broome Coach THE MOUNTAINEERS COACHING STAFF |im Ollis, . V. Coach; Jack Branch, Assistant I ine Coach; John Kirk, Line Coach; Bob Broome, Head Coach. MANAGERS Tommy Dav, Mack George, Dickie Lamb, Garl Draughn, Tom Finlev, James Heavner. THE ' 56 SCOREBOARD Western Carol ina 7 Appalachian 19 Elon 19 Appalachian 6 Lenoir Rhvne 32 Appalachian Catawba 14 Appalachian Appalachian 7 Emorv and H enry 12 6 East Carolina 14 Appalachian 22 Guilford ... 7 Appalachian 3? Presbyterian 32 Appalachian 6 I ampa 20 .Appalachian 7 Page One Hundred Thirteen a» Junior Groce Quarterback CHARl IS 1 AYLOR Quarterback [ohn Garwood Quarterback .Nsl I C.LENDENNING Quarterback Bui S i 1 1 Fwllfeocfe , yyps smother last ( arolina bull currier. Mountaineer breaks loose. Bobby |oe Beaver Fullback Frank Robinson Fullback H. Upton races for T.D. 1 5 yard gain! I Bob Dunningan Fullback Dean Upton Halfback Jim Moore Halfback Bill Passon Halfback Tal Harmon Halfback Claude Midkiff Halfback Orbe Elam Halfback Irei H |()1 AI KER Halfback AgEE HlATT lalfback J 01 Vance Eller ( Otter DlC KIE BOLIN ( ' enter 1 ed Watson ( CIltCT ; pps stopped an the one, can effort jails. Hillard Clark Guard [err Dunn Guard Clark breaks through Emory line. Afv back scoots around end. Philip Triplett Guard Jack White Guard Ted Freeman Tackle Jim Conger Tackle Rick Lippard Tackle Jim Marlowe Tackle Howard Wilson Guard R] n.ll Si ARR1 I I Tackle Randell And: rson tickle BOB POF ml Bob vrd ml Bert Voet Ipji buck breaks through center. Mountaineer hack stopped after 5 yard gain. | U k MoODY End Rai Davis End JUNIOR VARSITY ij I M I " W -i -»jr.- - V w -j... . j« « was- . Hi 51 31 _ 18 ? 4? L 36 -s 5 J -ST ' ■ ' ■ S m - - . - » 1 Y » . i h:i ■4L, v Bft. ■ n. a . BiKk . ..•- ' - ' " , I.S J3m First row: Carol Daniels, Bob Beane, Ronnie Odell, Phil Hun- sucker, Dick Roberoe, Bill Wells. Second row. Hugh Waters, Roesta Keller, Sid Akins, Murdock Watson, John Michrose, Leonard Smith, Pat Bass, John Walker, James Lentz. Third row. Ed Thrower, Marvin Beaslev, Bill Cook, Rav Bovles, Thompson Evans, Larrv Shepherd, Doug Crater. Page One Hundred Nineteen 9 5 6 ' Carol Jean Prj sj r. Queen Sitting: Sybii lii " n Caroj Jean Preslar, Carolyn Wad Standing: Jean Abbott, Dolly Koontz, C ' ahoivn Mldlin Page One Hundred Twent) Classmates reunited . The passing parade . . . The hand played on . . Hours of practice pa) off Page One Hundred Twenty-one BASKETBALL ' 5 6 — ' 5 7 First raw: Bobb) Bush, Charles Michaels, Charles Williams. Max I Iiatt, Ansel Clendenniny. Second row: Martin Banner. Dave Abernathy, Lynn Mi e. Willard Swift, [bin Wboten, Conrad 1 lorton, Carl Wvatr. k m m Matthews and Hoover ( ' oaches hrt ( Conrad Horton— Dave Abernathv Co-Captains Gene Ivey— Paul Hinshaw— Dick Lamb— Pete McCraw Managers and Trainers Abernathy sinks two. Qh Mil 1 S II I I 1 I o i WOOTEN Bob Bush Lynn Mize Max Hiaii YVlLLARD Swill Martin Banner Carl V i i Ansel Glendenninc Charles Mich u i s Vlize rips net cstcru imiii misses lay-up Page One Hundred Twenty-four Hiati takes one-hand pusli shot. Dave Abernathy Conrad Horton JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL ! ' First row. Bill Carroway, ka I liatt, Jim Hauser, Harold Lynch, Rex Kilbv. Second row: Ansel Glendenning, Steve Gwautney, Don Carter, Tom Hambright, Kermit Sigmon, Charles Michael, Rex Yates. CHEERLEADERS First rou : Jo Ann Shoupe Joyce Ollis Bets ye Capel, Chief Lila Mai oni m Sides Second row: Jerry I Iutchins Jim Sawyer Bill Peters 1 rnest Taylor Otis Carroll ' )ne Hundred 1 went} six OVERALL BOYS First row: John Watlington, John Munday, Benny Martin, Jake Tram- mell, Jim Mask, Harold Lovvery, Thad Moose, Phil McGuire. Second row: Doup Elmore, Kenneth Hansel, Bennv Yount, W. J. Waters. Third row: Rav Freeman, Bruce Trammell, Jerry Daniels, Bob Barnes, George Marion. APPALETTES First row: Ellen Stafford, Vickie Moose, Pat Collins, Joan Davis, Glenda Vestal, Ann Sloan, Phyllis Pharr, Martha Goodson, Phyllis McCraig, Carol Holmes. Second row. Shirley Hager, Sandra Caudell, Janette Sink, Opal Hartsell, Betsy Hullander, Joan Foy, Pat Thompson, Dixie Jack- son, Janice Burris. Third row: Shirley Parker, Poochie Boozer, Alice Hin son, Ann Robinson, Sandra Myers, Frances Yates, Man- Sherer, Wanda Temmons. Cam Motsingeb kl n Murb n PHU LP I I ' .ll ' I ETT [erri ( . I I S Bub l)i ton Joi Mauser Ben m n i ood Bob C ' ahi ion BASEBALL ( II WW II C ' llMlllU I ( II UU Is ii i i wis |oll l| | (.|iin C II Uil 1 s H 1N . Rick I apish Ben lc ( ,i i Buck Had Bn i Win i i i i roN Coach Bob Broome Coach Jack Branch [ ■ .■ ■n H First row: Joe Hauser, Charles Williams. Charlie Crabtree, Kenny Murray, Don Alex- ander, Jerry Gates, Carl Motsinger, Bub Dea- ton, Bowden Atwood. Second row: Bob Carlton, Bill Whittington, Buck Hall, John Watlington, Phil Triplett, Ben McKee, Rov Sarvis, Charles Readling, Richard Lapish. Page One Hundred Twenty-nine w I N h am Daniels Gayle Speaks I i w kin McKinni I I ri D BROW I I ' .M si C loMBS (,l ■oi ' .i.l mini iii i Brow n |ih Ropi it Page One Hundred Thirt 1 ■ T Coach R. E. Thomas TENNIS Alton Widenhouse Floyd Campbell Bill Ferree Benny Martin r v n Roscoe Marshall Al Bumgardner Rod Eaves Pern Edwards - ' " OE I 1 UIM R President qrv c ijennv Martin ice President oe Eller Secretary [OHN I). BRO ' V llll I reasurer 1)1 IV] Vol I Sei eeani ai . rm M E N ' S A CLUB I ) l I W ill R Bur ( i;i kin Frank Auten Martin Banner Bobby Joe Beaver Dickie Bolin Jerry Daniels Garl Draik.iin Jerry Dunn Aubrey Ei am 2.% ) w I lundred Thirt) tu o Tom Finley John Garwood Jerry Gates Paul Hinshaw Conrad Horton Ed Lakey Dick Lamb Rick Lippard Roscoe Marshall Jim Mask Ben McKee Claude Midriff Jim Moore Carl Motsincer Bill Passon Bob Poe Charles Readlinc Charles Taylor Jake Trammell Sam Travis Bob Ward Ted Watson Glenn Welborn Jack White Charles Williams Bill Whittington Alton Widenhouse Tom Wooten WOMEN ' S A CLUB OFFICERS 1 ( Ml Ei 1 President Margari 1 w ARI ICK Vice President fl r,i: 1 ) IMS() Sec retcn i Treasure! Jerry Davidson Jackd Elam Sylvia 1 k k IiM ' .rara Pendleton Patsanna Phillips Margari i Warlick |oy Wittneb Page One Hundred Thirtyfout W. A. A. OFFICERS Letty Ijames President Sally Lytch Vice President Nancy Brown Secretary Faye Collins Treasurer PING PONG Barbara Barlowe Barbara Watkins TENNIS Mildred Mabe ARCHERY Irene Roach Jackie Elam BADMINTON Jo Ann Burgess Rachel Hardin Page One Hundred Thirty-five " ■» ■ ■ Page One Hundred Fhirt) sj M U SOFTBALL Grace Sentell, Fay Collins, Caroline Plemmons, Bettv Tippett, Dolly Vanderlip, Nancy Jane Har- rison, Martha Noblett. VOLLEYBALL Martha Noblitt, Shirley Hayes, Jean Osborne, Joyce Ollis, Margaret Nolan, Nancy Hamby, Wan- da VVeese, Ann Elliott. SPEEDBALL Rachel Crowe, Shirley Johnson, Betty Smith, Gladys Phillips, Frances Dixon, Molly Colvard, Mary Alice Patton, Maxine Dowel 1, Nancy Dayis. BASKETBALL Ramona Burns, Carol Harrell, Carol Evans, Letty Ijames, Ann Elliott, Virginia Sulliyan, Ruth Bon- durant, Nancy Davis, Glenda Vestal. VOLLEYBALL Sarah Conrad, Jean Brown, Pat Harwood, Nancy Brown, Coach, Ellen Kate Koonce, Jean Gantt, Betsye Capel. Miss Janie Matthews Sponsor, W.A.A. Miss Margaret Ratterree Director, Intramurals Page One Hundred Thirty-seven VARSOUVIANNA Jim Fite I UK SlZEMORE Sue Jane Harmon . . President Vice President Secretary-Treasuret (cuter: Peggj rhomas, Jim Fite, Joyce Ollis, Bill Rhinehart. Clockwise: l?oli I duards, Sanch Caudell, Van Sellers, rlene I utz, Jack Sizemore, Sue fane 1 1. union. Naomi Elliott, Nancj Harris, Bettj Smith, Jim Sawyer, Annie Byers, Jerr) Hutchins, Monte Little, Thomas i ii id ruff. Page One Hundred Thirty cig if FLYING FISH MODERN DANCE Seated: Rachel Crowe, Ma.xine Dowell, Cathv Parsons, Nancy Harris, Caroline Plemmons, Sally Lytch, Nancy Dee Penick. Buddie Wev. Standing: Mary Alice Patton, Irene Roach, Nancy Davis, Carolvn Moore, Jerry Davidson, Betsv Witt, Jo Ann Shoup, Carol Carter, Peggy Thomas. FirsJ row: Irene Roach, Van Sellers, Barbara Wat- kins, Margaret Warlick, Emma Jene Bryant. Second row. Claude Savage, Bill Honeycutt. Third row: Everette Elledge, Henrv Holcomb, Dale Freeman. PART FIVE n H9 UMA . ¥» •«?■ S ' : • i i- ; S{ v V . ' .V.. v» m RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK ( - THL MAST! R II CIIER ... Dr. J. Lem Stokes, Mrs. I . II. Ould, Rev. Archie G. McKee, and Rev. John L Fain, Jr. .is speakers . . . denomi national meetings . . . breakfast at the Hapiist C ' lmreh . . . talks in assembl) . . . seminars . . . plenty ol Fun and fellowship along with .1 lot of serious thinking . . . inspiration in sony, compliments of the college choir . . . eon vocations in the Administration Building with Dr. Stokes challenging mes- sages . . . dorm discussions that always seem to run over-time . . . " In m opinion ... " ... " I believe ... " ... " What do you think? " ... " I [ave you any ideas on ... " ... hymns, prayers, scripture . . . looking ahead . . . asking, giving; seeking, finding; knocking, opening . . . the turning of young minds and hearts toward a richer, fuller, ami more complete life .... with Christ. I : ()l PERSUASION I R, f. I EM ST( IK] s Mrs. I .. II. Ohio Ri v, i ' . mi ( .. h ki 1 111 I c 1 1 1 I . I I IS Last minute instructions Lift every voice . . . Fundamentals of marriage A favorable reaction . . RELIGIOUS COUNCIL Seated, [eanette Huffman, Bill Snyder, Rutli Hyder, Julia Capps, Sonny Adkins, Nancy McCollum, Blanch Bleyins, Doris Gore. Standing: Betty Ann Pinkston, Sandra Caudell, Mary Elliott, Betty Haley, Margaret Warlick, Clenda 1 homas, Sara Crawford, Bohln I low ard, Mrs. H. R. Eggers. OFFICERS Ruth I Iyder President Jeanette Huffman Vice President I ' ii. i. Snyder Secretary Iiiiia Capps Treasurer Pane One Hundred Forty |» r OFFICERS Sara Crawford President Peggy Carter Vice President Lucinda Alexander Secretary Nancy Jane Allison Treasurer WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP First row. Nancy Rimer, Eva Rea Swing, Martha Maston, Doris Yarbrough, Geral- dine Hensley, Elizabeth Jones, Sylvia Laird, Edith I louston, Blanche Blevins, Janice Burris. Second row: Frances Yates, Ruby Elkin, Lib AlcCormick, Grace Sentell. Monte Little, Carol Harrell, Arlene Lutz, Nancy Allison, Josephine Jackson, Jack Van Noppen. Third row. Sara Crawford, Marv Henslev, Margie Honevcutt, David Mackorell, Ed Hart, Bill Dechent, Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Horton. C. T. C. Seated: Marv Ellen Goines, Lucille Martin, Peggv Jones, Bill Snvder. Standing: Joe Baird, Carolyn Long, David Mackorell, Ruby Elkin, Wilma Jones. OFFICERS Mary Ellen Goines President Joe Baird Vice President Lucille Martin Secretary Peggy Jones Treasurer OFFICERS C II Mil 1 S I AVI OR President Bl ISM Capel ice President Ethel Townsend Secretary Jean Brow Treasurer L. S. A First row: .Anna Gail Camp, Beckie Miller, Betsye Capel, Charles Taylor, fean Brown, Ethel Townsend, Ann Elliott. Second row: Carl Henry, Maxic Lee Brann, Pat Harwood, Don Roberts, Pat I Iaga, Lou Floy Watts, Ethel Robinson. Third row: Mr. Walter Cole, Mrs. Walter Cole, Bob Dellinger, Mvra Lippard, Rick Lippard, Rev. Troutman, Ernest Lyons, Martha Watson, Ruby Ire.xler. B. S. U. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL First row: Mary Lee Mamlin, Betty Jean Chambers, Dorothy Abernathy, Ruth Hyder, Evelyn Talbert, Peggy Lonon, Pans) Pritchard, Anna Boyce Winkler, Joyce Reddinu, Mrs. II. R. Ewers. Second row: Pat Williams. Frank Bentley, Cornell Jacobs, Glenda Thomas. OFFIC1 RS ( l 1 Ml I NOMAS President l Miv Lee Mami in irst ice President Pansy Pritchard Sei and ice President Cornell Jacobs Secretary OFFICERS Doris Gore President Mary Ellen Bagwell First Vice President Bill Snyder Second Vice President Sibyl McDonald Secretary Mary Elliott Treasurer ?. 111 1111 ' • • ML ®l s v fit «,T« r :M r W »1» WESLEY FOUNDATION First row: Doris Ann Gore, Sibyl McDonald, Penny Kirk, Alice Henson, Adelle Williams, Colleen Triplett, Becky Bingham, Joan Cotton, Dan Evans. Second row: Mary Elliott, Bobby Harre, Joyce Keller, Judv Porter, Carolvn Seats, Mary Jean Marshall, Cornelia Barker, Aaron Carroll. Third row: Rev. E. H. Lowman, Jane Marshall, Vickie Moose, Margaret Trantham, Anna Boyce Winkler, Dean Reep, Betty Smith, Mary Lou Carpenter, Jerry Hutchins. Fourth row: Gray Holshouser, Beaver Robinette, Mary Ellen Dellinger, Gary Reid, Annie Sue Cline, Carolyn Long, Phillip Johnson, Carolvn Surratt, Jimmy Stokes, Kermit Sigmon. Fifth row: Jack Phillips, Don Pack, Dr. Max Dixon, Mrs. Dixon, Mr. Wade Brown, Bob Barefield, James Northcutt. CANTERBURY CLUB Seated: Tom Bromeling, Naomi Elliott, Sandra Caudell, Carol Burch, Nancy Frazier. Standing: Bettv Ann Pinkston, Rev. McDuffie, David Eddleman, Kav Bradley, Bill Street. OFFICERS David Eddleman Presifiewt Carol Burch Vice President Carol Foster Secretary-Treasi i rer o o Y. W. C. A. Margaret Warlick President Betsy Edwards Vice President l i!Y Ellen Bagwell Secretary Peggy Lonon Treasurer Spring retreat lirst row: W.uli- Beckeidite, Mary Elliott, Blanche Blevins, Monte Littk-, Mary Ellen Bag- well. Scctmd row: Bcttv Jane C onley, Joyce Lvtle, Bettv Ann Pinkston, Tweet Lawson, Mar- garet Warlick, Mary Jean Mar shall, Betty Mitchell. Mary Car- penter, Geraldine I lensle) . Third row: Bertha Wilson, Rena Rob- inson, Peggy Brown, Ann Wright, Clara McCall, Pat Wil- liams, Martha Clark, Mary Trex- ler, Peggy Lonon. alking things o er Seated: Bobby Howard, James Northcutt, Bill Snyder, Gray Holshouser, Bob Edwards, Frank Bentley, Pat Har- rison, Mr. Spencer. Standing: Horace Mabry, Bill Clem- ents, Dale Freeman, Gary Perry, Joel Stewart, Kenneth Shumaker, Edward Dyer, Mickey Hendrix, Arnold Ashe- ley, Jim Gathings, Bob Bare, Jim Carter. Y. M. C. A. OFFICERS Bob Howard Don Phillips Frank Bentley Bob Edwards President ice President Secretary Treasurer Page One Hundred Forty-Nine [ ItthufcmaA 19 5 6 OAN l-IIV Oi FrOfli run: BeTSYI CaPEL, [OAN Foy, Pii.cn I ' .nmi i: Bach rmr. I! mu: n Wink I i n, nnis Byers, [oy i ( )i i IS, (audi v Wall Page One Hundred I ift) Memories are made of this After the ball . . . Sight before Christmas liolidays Christmas in the a ir Page One Hundred Fifty-one PART S X . • 1 vT 1 j ■ - ■ y- JJf j i wkm »1 « i l vx( |» Jv - MAX T fl f 1 4! : A i « I i ■ lHf mm f ■SBSSMm m Ill Baird Bob Bradi Rui ii D i roN James Iite Barbara Greene [aCKII II RI)Y Sue Jane I [armon | n s I Iahiuson ( )l!l N I 111 I Larry Ki hi i s I ommy Linn Syi via Miller I.C.. I ' I III I IPS I dwina Pope Mary [ane Seagi i Ki iimi i Sigmon Doroi iiv Simpson Emily Smith Wanda Smith W ' ii i iam Snider William Si anley Jane Tester ( , AYNl I 1 I Hill I I V. J. Waters Duke Wood CoNl BY MOFFETT President Doris Ann ( orj ' ice President [oan McLean Secretary Dr. I. V. C ' ahpim i 11 Sponsor Dr. Hay Derrick Mr. Kent Robinson. p ©mpga ft Johnnv Austin President Carol Kennedy Vice President Wanda Bandy Secretary Rex McNeil Treasurer Bill Clements Historian Tommy Berrier Mrs. Tully Sponsor Mr. Orus Sutton Honorary Mrs. Martha Hawkinson Honorary Mrs. Anna Blackburn Alumni Miss Jane Riner Alumni Katie Duncan Geraldine Thomas Joyce Culbreth Curlee Joyce Alplja |tet GDmpga Founded 1925 Alpha Psi Omega is an honorary dra- matic fraternity for the purpose of pro viding an honor society for those doing a high standard of work in dramatics. There are now two-hundred and thirty active chapters of Alpha Psi Omega found among the colleges of the United States and Canada. The chapter found on the Appalachian campus is the Lambda Zeta Chapter. Beth Dayis Billy Frye Charles Hancock Don McDonald Joan Wilson Mrs. Roberta Hamilton Sponsor Delegates to the 1956 National Convention in Chicago, Illinois The Camma Psi Chapter of Pi Omega Pi, the National Business Education Honorary Fraternity, received its charter in May, 1955. This organization is one of eightv-six active chapters in the United States. To qualify for membership, the members possessed superior standards of scholarship, citizenship, and high ethical standards. Members of the fraternity are striving to aid in civic betterment of the college, to en- courage and foster high ethical standards in business and professional life, to create and encourage a keen interest in the promotion of scholarship in Business Education, and to teach the ideal of service as the basis of all worthy enterprises. Page One Hundred Fifty-five $ (gamma iKu Carv Clark President Maurice Stiiewalt in ' President Mr. John Justice Sei retar) Treasurer Sponsor The purpose of Pi Gamma Mu is to im prove scholarship and to achieve synthesis therein. Pi Gamma Mu has undertaken the task of encouraging the study of the social sciences In stimulating such interests among graduate and undergraduate students and faculty members in colleges and universities. Joe Baird |ufia C apps Bobby C ates limmv C amble Raymond 1 [ayes I ois 1 1. |e Ray I luskv Ellen Kate Koonce Oscar Ridings James Saw mi Pat Williams Miss Helen liurch Mr. Edwin Dougherty Dr. W. S. Hoffman Mis. Rena Hoover Mr. Vance I lowell Mr. James Jones Mr. Leo K. Pritchett Mr. George L. Sawyer Mrs. Ina Van Noppen Dr. D. J. Whitener Mrs. Carrie Winkler Dr. John II. Workman Dr. Julian Yodei ( n» Hundred I ifl) six ft iKaypa Srlia Pi Kappa Delta is a national honorary for- ensic society. The purpose of the organization is to stimulate progress in and to further the interests of intercollegiate speech activities and provide functional leadership training for life, and at the same time encourage a spirit of fellowship, brotherlv cooperation and in- centive for achievement. Julia Hough Mr. David Hodgin President Miss Loris Shipman Johnny Christy Vice President Dr. J. D. Rankin Dr. D. J. Whitener Carol Carter Secretary Mr. Leo Pritchett Sponsor Claudia Brittain Julia Capps Pat Craig Phyllis Edwards Louise Graham Jackie Hardy Lois Hovle Jean Ingram Dolly Koontz Sibyl McDonald Ken McGee George Moose Don Xelms Don Reid Bovce Wilson Page One Hundred Fifty-seven WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES On the basis of service, citizenship, extra curricular activity, scholarship, and promise or Future usefulness, thirtv Appalachian stu dents are listed in " Who ' s Who Among Stu- dents in American Universities and Colleoes. " This book is published to provide an incentive for students to get the most out of college and to recognize those who have been outstanding. Tapped in recognition of leadership and character, statements are nationally honored bv this organization and benefit from its stu dent placement service. Jul BAIRD 1 kv Louise Dobbins Conrad I Iorton CONLEl Mm I ETT KERMIT Sk.MiiN Hon Brady Elizabeth Eggi rs Ieanette 1 IlII 1 M Valorie Mosher Bill Stanley Page One Hundred Fifty-eight Julia Capps Conley Clark Bill Clements Sara Crawford Joe Eller Jo Ann Foster Robert Gilley Doris Gore Ruth Hyder Ellen Kate Koonce Thomas Lail Edward Lakey Joyce Ollis Robert Poe Barry Ruth James Sawyer Lambert Voet Margaret Warlick W. J. Waters Pat Williams Pnge One Hundred Fifty-nine CAMPUS SUPERLATIVES I ' m Williams ( onrad i [orton GAR] I)f: ih.hn Joe Li i i R Vfiss Avvalachian h. [-ppalachian Most Papular Most aluahle ' iic lundred Sixl i SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Margaret Warlick Most Athletic Girl Bill Stanley Most Athletic Boy Bert Voet ... Most Likely to Succeed W. J. Waters Most Intellectual Joe Baird Friendliest Ed Lakey Most Versatile Theda Holder Most Attractive Tal Harmon Most Handsome Page One Hundred Sixty-one r 4 9 J . v ' etiue ( apei Queen Maid of Honor er Betty Ijames Senior Attendant Martha Christopher Senior Attendant Maxine Joyner Senior Attendant I i i i l 1 1 KoONCE Senior Attendant A T T E I ii a Majlone Sophomore Attendant Glenda Vestal junior Attendant Shirley Hltghes junior Attendant Joyce Ollis Junior Attendant VDANTS TO THE QUEEN Annis Byers Sophomore Attendant Barbara Winkler Freshman Attendant Joan Foy Freshman Attendant V ■l .A PART SEVEN AWfid 3 s ) WJM ' (f i • 9 ()! I IC ' FRS Barry Ru i h President Dan Racan Secretan I reasttrer MUSIC EDUCATORS CLUB I Vsf row: Barry Ruth. James Stokes, Peggj Carter, Dan Ragan, Fred Reynolds, Eddie Harrington, Jimnn James, Bob raylor. Second row: Robert Dorton, Arlene Lutz, Jackie Boswell, Mary Robinson, Sandy Beam, Everett Elledge, Horace Mabry, Cecil Baker. Third row. David Eddleman, Tom Bromeling, David Culler, Duane Best. Nancj Larrimore. Jane Kimre , Bob Shuping. Fourth row. ferry Hill, Elizabeth Eggers, Susie Christopher, Marj Elizabeth Nixon, Beaver Robinette. MATH CLUB First row. Terry Gates, Bonnie Carswell, Mildred Yarborough, Charles Raj Glenn, Dr. Wright, Evelyn McCurry. Second row: Sue Huskins, Lou Floy Watts, Howard Bare, Charles Muse, Billy Burns, Larry Brown. Third row: Addie Thomas, Don Nfelms, Garreth Meadows. Edna Baucom, Pat McGee, Nancy Frazier, Phillip John son. Fourth row: Kenneth McGee, Dr. Buckland, Donval Simpson, Kermit Sigmon, Sybile Ray, Jane Tester, Knox I lollifield. OFFIC1 RS Ruth Dai ton P deni Mu dm i Yarborough Vice President Evelyn Medium Secretary I low vim Bare Treasurer OFFICERS Jane Goforth President Jeanette Huffman ice President Nancy Moore Secretary-Treasurer HOME ECONOMICS CLUB First row. Sabra Young, Brenda Mast, Minnie Austin. Celia Graham, Sarah Jo Klutz, Bettv Jane Conley, Joan Cotten, Nancy Moore, Nancy McCallum, Jane Goforth, Miss Janet Sharp. Second row: Nancy McKinney, Emilie Hovis, Carolyn Wall, Ann Joyner, Yvonne Painter, Becky Bingham, Nona Lawson, Jeanette Huffman. Third row. Mary Hensley, Ruth Hyder, Mary Frances Cowan, Libby Brown, Bettv Ijames, Rinda Brittain, Linda Duncan. Fourth rent ' : Ruth Nixon, Clara McCall, Kathleen Bamette, Elizabeth Jones, Eva Rae Swing. Fifth row. Mary Lou Carpenter, Norma Sluder, Barbara Winkler, Frances Faulkner, Ann Philbeck, Sara Crawford, Billy Sue Isenhour, Marjorie Pavne, Miss Brock, Peggy Lonon, Martha Carter. LIBRARY SCIENCE CLUB Seated: Hazel Jan is, Jearlene Murph. Libbv White, Bobbie Stallings, Josephine Jackson, Betty Anne Pinkston, Evelyn Talbert. Don Roberts, Frances Field. Standing: Mrs. John Justice, Charles Pikes, Bettv Halev, luliana Grav. OFFICERS Betty Haley President Dell Kemp Vice President Juliana Gray Secretary Hazel Jarvis Treasurer OFFICERS Jim Sawyer Pi esident Vice President Gretchen Meiiihii Secretary- 1 reasurer INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Seated: Harold Davenport, Bobbv Gates, Doris Cates, Sammy Floyd, Jeanne Floyd, rovce Ollis. Standing: Edith Houston, Dr. Hoffman, Gretchen Merritt, Ellen Kate Koonee, Jim Sawyer, Bob Fraeker, Fanny Baker, Bob Edwards, Audrey Fowler, Harrv Foster. SCIENCE CLUB Seated: Marj Lou Carpenter, Sammie McCall, Nancy Frazier, Thomas Jackson, Nancj I ee Moore, Bill Snyder, Jo Ann McLean, Jim Fife, Bob Brady, Rex Baird, Sue lane Harmon, Jack Sizemore. Standing: Billy Burns, Sibyl McDonald, I Inward Bare, Edna Shore, Betty Haley, Glenn Henchell, Robert Walker, Walter Broyhill, Conlej Moflett, Penny Kirk, Carolyn I lutchins, Kenneth Clavvson, Evelyn McCurry, Peyo Lonon, Bill Lamb, Dr. Derrick. 01 I ICERS PiOIl Til ' . li ' dent Jim Lite Vice President |(). l( I 1 N etar Treasurer OFFICERS Audrey Fowler President Jim Sawyer Vice President Bob Wyke Secretary Frank North up Treasurer FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Seated: Audrey Fowler, Rebecca Pickett, Frances Miller, Theresa Cross, Barbara Campbell, Fanny Baker. Standing: Dr. Barden, Bob Wvke, Jim Sawyer, Frank Northup. PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB First row: Jerry Reid, Dick Lamb, Bobby Barnes, Jake I rammell, Andv Yasinsac, Tom Wooten. Second row: Gene Whelchel, Joyce Ollis, |ackie Elam, Rachel Crowe, Pin His Pharr, Jo Ann Burgess, Margaret Lawson, Dave Abernathv, Carl Draughn, Tom Finlev. Evelyn Craig, Barbara Watkins. Third row: Herbert Roust, Martha Xoblitt, Jack Scott, Larry Von Cannon, Kenneth FJansel. Emmett Michael, Dick Knowles, Franklin Ivev. Fourth row: David Johnson, Mildred Mabe, Tom Hardin, Buddy Weathers, Jerry Gates. Maxine Dowcll, Bob Wyke, Gene Whitesides. OFFICERS Jake Trammell President Garl Draughn Vice President Jane Wiley Secretary Evelyn Craig Treasurer ASSOCIATION OF CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Cl AUDETTE SANFORD Bill Smith Peggy Savage Sara Campbell Bob Edwards Lib Ja k President lirst Vice President Second ice President I hird ice President Treasurer Secretary hirst ruiv: Bill Smith. Claudette Sanford, Mr. I [argrove, Mrs. I largrove, Jerry Edwards, Anna Gail Camp, Barbara Winkler, Billy June Joyce. Second row: Mildred Snider, Peggy Savage, Jane Guthrie, Betty Smith, Wilma Jones, Lib Deal, I weet Lavvson, Kathleen Young, Janice Wagoner, Faye Arrington, Cornelia Barker. Third row: Bertha Wilson, Roslyn Wilkerson, 1 la el Jarvis, Ann Sebastian. Jerlean Murph, Mary Lou Mc- Collum, Shirlej McNeil, James Huffman, Buddy Wishon, Mary Ellen Bagwell. Shelva Jean Pickler, Bob Howard, Martha Goodson, Patricia Richard. I nc Hundred Seventy-two BUSINESS CLUB First row: Dennis Stirewalt, Gvven Eller, Donald Dobson, Nancv Harris, Pat Caldwell, Bob Cagle, Sherrell Cogdill, Harold Lowery, Peggv Brewer, Dean Joines. Second row: Rena Robinson, 1 rillian Overbav, Nancv Sides, Cornell Jacobs, Claudius Absher, Shirley Little, Dickie Bolin, Mr. James Jones, Tommy Berrier, Shirley Sigmon, Shirley Os- borne, Janette Bollinger. Third row: Joel Stewart, Margaret Langley, Max Landreth, Bill Clements, Bruce Anderson, Bob Edwards, Craig Allen, Ira Gambill, Katherine Frazier, Cinnie Sue Cobbler. OFFICERS Shirley Little President Dickie Bolin Vice President Theda Holder Secretary Billye Jones Treasurer The annual Business Education Teachers Conference, sponsored by the Business Club and Pi Omega Pi. RHODODENDRON STAFF Wl, W. 2 . Wild Ulhl. W,-, W 2). Wdh lams Fat Williams, Editor Pat Williams, TL itor V 53£ SPONSORS rs. J-)an IK. -J oster Jo Ann Foster, Business Manager r. Dan IK. j oster Jo Ann Foster, Business Manager N ri. r. and C. R. jbolL Mary Louise Dobbins Editor a Appalachian B: and ' M J. M. JC ooncc I i i in Kate Koonce Business Manager of Appalachia Page One Hun dred Seventy-six 1 Ed Lakey President of Sttident Body W.J. Wate K ,S, W. J. Waters, Jr. President of the Senior Class SPONSORS nu jj. n j , e. j. Cc r. . c?c. L oram |ii ,nv Khiu President of the junior Class l IS C OIUIM President of the Sophomore ( ' lass ■ 19 5 7 2 uwia Mdcock Tommy Day President of the Freshman Class ' B, W. V. JUpL Ruth Hyder President of Religious Council APPALACHIAN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE Boone, North Carolina O DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO IMPROVING INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE IN NORTH CAROLINA AND THE SOUTH Q± 3 Graduate and Undergraduate Work Regular and Summer Terms Page One Hundred Eighty CAUDILL ' S, Inc. THE SHOP FOR LADIES AND MEN 123 East King Street BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA ELECTRICITY SERVES YOU Time-Saving and Penny-Wise NEW RIVER LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY CHARTER SERVICE A SPECIALTY Enjoy the convenience of having your own " private " coach — charter a big new Queen City Trailways bus for that next trip planned by your group. An inquiry will bring full infor- mation. RIDE NEW TRAILWAYS THRU-LINERS • AIR SUSPENSION Ride on " springs " of air RECLINING SEATS • AIR-CONDITIONED UNEXCELLED SAFETY Inquire about our Express THRU-LINER schedules from Charlotte to many North American cities. QUEEN CITY TRAILWAYS CHARLOTTE, N. C. Page One Hundred Eighty-one SWOFFORD ' S RCA TV Sales and Service Tires — Batteries — Recapping C. E. Appliances 313 N. Main Street BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA D. 0. Ray, Mgr. Phone AM 4-3001 Compliments of Spainhour Furniture Co., Inc. LENOIR, N. C. BLUE RIDGE TOURIST COURT AAA Approved 20 Units J — ,-_ " III r -. ' . ' w» - _ ; „ fc w 3 ■;n .m 1 1 9 Beautyrest Beds — Picnic b Playgrounds Highways 221 421 East P. 0. Box 366 BOONE, N. C. Telephone AMherst 4-3638 3n W em on am e honor one who has helped Appalachian live through the years by keeping its history in a permanent record — the animal. It is through his work that we are able to see the past. For his patience and understanding, tin- Puiododhndhon stuff and the student body n Appalachian Slate Teachers College pay tribute to a friend — Palmer Blair. Page One Hundred i ;r two Meet Your Friends At CAROLINA PHARMACY Two Registered Druggists I. P. Greene C H Mock Phone AM 4-3781 BOONE, N. C. HAMMARY MANUFACTURING CORPORATION FURNITURE LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA Established 1872 COURTNEY ' S LADIES ' AND MEN ' S WEAR LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of LENOIR STATIONERY CO. LENOIR, N. C. Compliments of PET ICECREAM a Ae uA fiotnz JOHNSON CITY, TENN. Page One Hundred Eighty-ihtee Compliments of COLVARD, INC. Phillips | 66 Home Office for Phillips 66 Phone AM 4-8812 Boone, N. C. Best Buy OLDSMOBILE BLUE RIDGE MOTORS Courtesy Service and Olds Tom Winkler Bristol Road Boone, N. C. Phone AM 4-3776 HUGHES-RANKIN COMPANY SCHOOL, CHURCH, AND INSTITUTIONAL FURNISHINGS Office and Showroom: 1229 Montlieu Avenue HIGH POINT, N. C. CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK KOHLER CAMPBELL, INC. HEIRLOOM QUALITY PIANOS GRANITE FALLS, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of YADKIN VALLEY DAIRY COOPERATIVE, INC. Receiving Stations SUGAR GROVE, N. C. LANSING, N. C. Processing Plant and General Offices WILKESBORO, N. C. SPARTA, N. C. Page One Hundred Eighty four SANDWICHES Meet Your Friends At SHORT ORDERS SHORTY ' S " The Students ' Nightly Retreat 1 9 North Wilkesboro Highway Boone, North Carolina Good Used Cars at Low, Low Prices Main Street Boone, N. C. BOONE AUTO EXCHANGE Boone ' s Favorite Department Store HUNT ' S DEPARTMENT STORE THE LIGHT REFRESHMENT Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Inc. OF SPRUCE PINE, N. C. Page One Hundred Eighly-five Compliments of Tomlimson ' s Department Store Always Dependable Merchandise Phone 406 Main Street NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. Compliments of The Goodwill Department Store Retail General Merchandise NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. B L MOTORS, INC. NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC Hundred I rgTi i w ANDREW ' S CHEVROLET, INC BOONE, N. C. MECHANICAL REPAIRS TO ANY MAKE CAR Bear Frame Machine — Body Repairs and Painting — Radiator Repair NEWTON ' S DEPARTMENT STORE Complete Line of MEN ' S AND LADIES ' READY-TO-WEAR At Popular Prices BOONE, N. C. Phone AM 4-8807 WATAUGA DEMOCRAT ' Established 1888 ' R. C Rivers, Owner BOONE, N. C. Page One Hundred Eighty-seven Compliments of BILLINGS BTC TRUCKING CORPORATION 509 Cherry Street Telephone 588 NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. CARL W. STEELE YOUR JEWELER Watches — Diamonds Silverware — Chinaware Glassware and Watch Repairing Phone 384 NORTH WILKESBORO, NORTH CAROLINA One-Stop Shopping FAIRWAY SUPER MARKET LENOIR, N. C. Page One Hundred Eighty-eight SMITH PRINTING COMPANY LENOIR BOONE Underwood Agents Typewriters, Adding Machines Sales — Service — Rentals Complete Stock Art Cr Office Supplies Compliments of GADDY MOTOR COMPANY West D Street NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. Phone No. 211 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 For Good Food Eat At Our New Modern Fountain IT IS OUR PLEASURE — When you have a good time at the movies. IT IS OUR PLEASURE — When you laugh and cry at things you see on the screen. IT IS OUR PLEASURE — That youngsters have come to know and love the movies as a very special treat. IT IS OUR PLEASURE — That Hollywood is con- stantly searching for new ideas and bringing them to life. IT IS OUR PLEASURE — That we have a part in the entertaining of the students of Appalachian State Teachers College. THE APPALACHIAN THEATRE ' Everybody Likes Movies in Boone " Phone AM 4-8839 (j£$Y BOONE TRAIL MOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Jake Moreti, vners and Operators NEW - BRICK - HEATED ■ PRIVATE BATHS BEAUTYREST BEDS One Half Mile From " Horn In The West " 820 East Main St. Boone, N. C. Compliments of The North State Canning Co. " Makers of Watauga Chopped Kraut " BOONE, N. C. Page One Hundred Eighty-nine GRAY BROS. FURNITURE CO. " EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME " Phone 607 WILKESBORO, N. C. DACUS RADIO SHOP Northwestern North Carolina ' s Oldest 201 South Depot Street BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA Phone AM 4-3841 Compliments of CITY BARBER SHOP R B Hodges, Manager BOONE, N. C. COLLEGE GROCERY Blowing Rock Road MEATS AND GROCERIES STUDENTS WELCOME Phone AM 4-8293 BROYHILL FURNITURE FACTORIES LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA Representing Lenoir Chair Co. Conover Furniture Co. Lenoir Furniture Corp. O. L. Broyhill Furniture Co. Harper Furniture Company Page One Hundred Ninety REINS-STURDIVANT OF BOONE, INC. Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalmers BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA Reins-Sturdivant Mutual Burial Association, Inc. North Wilkesboro, Boone, West Jefferson, Sparta, N. C. BELK ' S DEPARTMENT STORE BOONE, N. C. " The Home of Better Values " ••Itit ■-♦■» ■ •IftOltM • ' tal («t. [»u CO Page One Hundred Ninety-one TWO PLACES TO EAT — " HERE AND AT HOME " WHERE STUDENTS MEET KIRK ' S RESTAURANT Open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. STEAKS— SEAFOODS— CHOPS— BARBECUE— PLATE LUNCHES SHORT ORDERS— SANDWICHES " COURTEOUS SERVICE " Telephone AMhersr 4-3915 — 205 Hardin Street — Boone, N. C. Compliments of FARMERS HARDWARE AND SUPPLY CO., INC. " Everything in Hardware and Associate Lines " BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA Phone AM 4-8801 THE CHILDREN ' S SHOP Complete Outfitters for INFANTS TO PRE-TEENS BOONE, N. C. Compliments of GREENE BUICK, INC. Buick Cars — CMC Trucks Phone AM 4-3778 Boone, N. C. DANIEL BOONE HOTEL Elevation 3333 Boone, N. C. DINING ROOM SERVICE J. B. McCoy, Mgr. C. A. Price. Resident Manager Boone Tire and Bargain Store Furniture Frigidaire Appliances BOONE, N. C. Phone AM 4-3801 Page One Hundred Ninety-two 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 insti- tution 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. We appreciate the patronage of the students and faculty of Appalachian State Teachers College. Page One Hundred Ninety-three EUSTIS L 1NC 1STER ISS0C1 ITES JOHN SEVIER MOTEL BLDC. NDREW JOHNSON HOTEL BLDC CNGINEERS IND DISTRIBUTORS [- ' I M DIRECT MANUFACTURERS AGENTS JOHNSON CHI PHONt 32Q(d KNOXVIllk DIAL 4 4623 Safe For Your Savings Since 1921 WATAUGA SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION ASSETS OVER $2,000,000 " CURRENT DIVIDENDS 3% We Believe The American Home Safeguards The American Liberty H G Farthing, Presid W H Cragg, Secretary ! - Treasurer TRAILWAY LAUNDRY and CLEANERS, Inc. " The Best in Laundry and Cleaning " Pick-up and Delivery Service Phone AM 4-8415 BOONE, N. C. Home-Owned and Home-Operated HILLSIDE DAIRY PRODUCTS, Inc. PHONE AM 4-8211 BOONE, N. C. GOODNIGHT BROTHERS " Packers and Shippers of Watauga Produce " FERTILIZERS-SEEDS PHONE AM 4-8891 Page One Hundred Ninet four CITY GROCERY AND MARKET FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES NATIVE WESTERN MEATS Phone 188 10th Street NORTH WiLKESBORO, NORTH CAROLINA PILOT LUMBER COMPANY (Owners— FULK NEEDHAM, INC.) GENERAL CONTRACTORS BUILDING SUPPLIES STATE CONTRACTORS Licensed in N. C. Va. Phone EM 2646 PILOT MOUNTAIN, N. C. Pa°e One Hundred Ninety-five MERCHANTS DISTRIBUTORS, INC. GROCERIES, FRUITS, PRODUCE FROZEN FOODS, TOYS, HOUSEWARES Wholesale Only Dial 2241—2242 HICKORY, N. C. Distributors of STOKELY FROZEN FOODS For Western North Carolina ScHrafftS ' The Nation ' s Leading dandies " ON SALE AT GUUU STORKS BVKRYWHKRK $1.00 - $2.00 Lb. Morgan Hros., Inc. V ' holesate Distributors 67 Itroadway, Aslieville. N. C. is Delicious Food ( hie I hmdred Ninet] MAULDIN DISTRIBUTING CO. DISTRIBUTOR of Products of TOM HUSTON PEANUT CO. 243 Second Avenue, S. W. P. 0. Box 614 Phone 2-9326 HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA Organized 1888 CITIZENS BUILDING LOAN ASSOCIATION The Home Builders ' Friend LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA Page One Hundred Ninety seven IN YEARBOOKS r o+ Observer Printing House where you find discriminating buyers of fine yearbooks you will find . . . 1 st . . creative designing . . . 2 nd . . unparalleled craftsmanship . . . 3 rd . . cooperative servicing . . . 4 th . . highest quality reproduction . . . . . . the Observer Printing House CHARLOTTE. NORTH CAROLINA ■•• INDEX Page Administration 8 Alpha Psi Omega 155 APPALACHIAN 26 Appalachian Chorale 109 Appalettes 127 Appatones 109 Artist and Lecture Series 102 Association of Childhood Education 172 Baptist Student Union 146 Baseball 128 Basketball 122 Business Club . . . . 173 Campus Superlatives 160 Canterbury Club 147 Cheerleaders 126 Chi Lambda Chi 30 Chorus 108 Christian Teachers Club 145 Christmas Court 150 Dedication 6 Faculty 14 Flying Fish 139 Football 112 Freshmen 34 Future Teachers of America 171 Graduates 96 Home Economics Club 169 Homecoming 120 Inauguration 22 International Relations Club 170 Intramurals 136 [uniors 56 Library Science Club 169 Lutheran Student Association 146 Page Marching Band 107 Math Club 168 May Court 162 Men ' s " A " Club 132 Modern Dance Club .139 Music Educators Club 168 Physical Education Club 171 Pi Gamma Mu ... 156 Pi Kappa Delta ... 157 Pi Omega Pi 155 Playcrafters . 104 Religious Council 144 Religious Emphasis Week 142 RHODODENDRON 28 Science Club 170 Seniors 72 Senior Superlatives 161 Sophomores 46 Sponsors 174 Student Council 25 Symphony Orchestra 106 Tennis Tri-Beta 131 154 Varsouvianna 138 Vernician Society 103 Wesley Foundation 147 Westminster Fellowship 145 WHO ' S WHO 158 Woman ' s Athletic Association 135 Women ' s " A " Club ... 134 Wrestling 130 YMCA YWCA 148 149 Page One Hundred Ninety-nine


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