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LD 175 ,A40K An APPAUCHIAN ROOM. ASU LIBRARY For Reference Not to be taken from this room :: (: 243351 Nineteen Hundred Fifty-eight at Appalachian State Teachers College -s A- -. , mrw ' -r WS -rrtir •■ ' «« ■• ' t?piT -JL ■ .■ a pictorial record ► as presented to you in the RHODODENDRON ui ill iHii fian: ' m Wi mtBm B. H m m 5t i 0( f: ' •—:■■ ' ' „. . M lK tU s Wri Anna Boyce Winkler • Editor Nancy Harris • Business Mgr. A. S. T. C. is more than a school •w ' W -Vrad ' » sssiimm: mm :iSBfm aKm;- ' :-: ' ■,: ' ■.. it is a state of mind the search for knowledge the desire for gaiety A ' the determination to win , ,„ ,.„-.. ,_.,,, -,., the will to serve Am the need for recognition and a time for humility this is Appalachian Sta+e Teachers ollege in Boone, North Carolina i Foreword We oF the annual staff present this 1958 Rhododendron to you with the hope that in these pages you will see reflected some of the phases of college life which combine to make Appalachian more than a school— a place of preparation, of developing leadership, of making friends, of serving others. " Time, " wrote Emerson, " dissipates to shining ether the solid angularity of facts. " Although it was impossible to record all events, we have attempted to use as many words and pictures as possible trusting that, with the aid of this book, time will not " dissipate to shining ether " the memories of the year 1957-58 at Appalachian. K Contents THE SCHOOL Administration and Faculty 25 Classes 39 EXTRA-CURRICULAR Activities Athletics Features 99 135 159 . ' , 9t0 ■ - ' 4 L- ' ■ " z ■■ H ■■ II II II II II II II : Page Seventeen Dedication To a man who has taken a genuine interest in the students and who has always been wilhng to gi e his loyaUy, help, and friendship to all, we, the staff, dedicate this 1958 edition of the Rhododendron to Roger Thomas IN MEMORIAM Dr. Blanford Barnard Dougherty Co-founder and For fifty years President of Appalachian Dedicated leader and builder in education Inspiration and guide to community and state Benefactor of mankind Chapell Wilson Director of campus schools Head of the summer school First dean of the graduate school Friend of Appalachian Chapell Wilson Dr. Blanford Barnard Dougherty Page Tirt ' ii() ' " )ic ' part one THE SCHOOL 1 ' . .. ■ .■■ ■ ' • -M 3 1 BS W BHBBfBnfr ;w ' -..i ' ' ' K- pw { VK ' ifl ■■■■■■■■■■ 1 » " . ■ ■ , »p y 1 : . P Administration and Faculty In addition to their consistently excellent v ork in the fields oF co-ordination and classroom instruction, the influence of these men and women is evident in many other facets of campus life. Their high ideals and principles serve constantly as examples to the two thousand students who are training for the teaching profession here at Appalachian. Working willingly with students in extra-curricular activities and varied school projects, as well as serving as personal counselors to scores of others, they have displayed a genuine interest in the students beyond the limits of the classroom and have won the respect and admiration of the entire student body. 3 il William Howard Plemmons A.B., M.A., Ph.D. President Herman R. Egcers A.B., M.A. Registrar Deans D. J. Whitener A.b ' ., M.A., Ph.D. Dean of College Herbert W. Wey B.S., M.A., D.Ed. Dean of Graduate School Leo K. Pritchett B.A., M.Ed. Dean of Men Maxie G. Edmisten B.S.. M.A. hitcrhn Dean of Women Department Heads Catherine Smith, B.S., M.A.Ed. Art F. Ray Derrick, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Biology Orus Sutton, B.S., M.A. Bnsitu ' ss Education A. R. Smith. A.B., A.M. Chemistry Herbert W. Why, B.S., M.A., D.Ed. Education J.AMES E. Stone, B.S., M.S., Ed D. Extension Lucy Brock, A.B., M.S. Home Eco)wmics j G. P. Eggers, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. ' English Ii A T. Justice A.B., B.S. in L.S.. M.S. in L.S. Library Science J. T. C. Wright, A.B., A.M.. Ph.D. Mathematics Cordon A. Nash, B.S., M.A. Music Richard Tews, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Phyiical Education W ' li.EY F. Smith. A.B.. M.A., Ph.D. l ' chology J. C. YoDER, B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Social Studies r Faculty ART Elizabeth Williams B.S. BIOLOGY 1. W. Carpenter B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Kent Robinson B.S.. M.A. BUSINESS EDUCATION Annie Mae Blackburn B.S. Martha Hawkinson A.B., B.S.S.A., M.A. James F. Jones A.B., M.A. Jane Riner B.S., M.A. Kathryn C. Tully A.B., M.A. CHEMISTRY Gelene a. Atwood B.S. EDUCATION John G. Barden B.A., M.A.. Ph.D. Roy Blanton B.S., M.A.. Ph.D. Beul. h Campbell A.B., M.A. Page Thirty William T. Carse B.S., M.S. Grace Councill B.S., M.A. A. B. Crew A.B.. M.A., Ed.D. William E. Fulmer A.B.. Ed.M., Ed.D. Ben H. Horton B.S., M.A. John T. Ho%vell B.S., M.A.. M.Ed. Isabel F. Jones B.S.Ed.. M.Ed.. Ed.D. Olv.mpia Kitchen A.B.. M.S. John R. Melton B.S.. M.A.. Ph.D. Earl L. Petrey B.S.. M.A. Uberto Price H.S.. M.A. JDii.N A. Pritchett A.B., M.A. Faculty o k vdJI 7T C- f - fT Faculty Lee F. Reynolds B.S., M.A., Ed.D. W ILLIAM DONNY A.B., M.Ed. HOME ECONOMICS Virginia Ishee B.S.H.E., M.S. Madge Rhyne B.S.H.E., M.S. Janet Sharpe B.S., M.S. Vivian Welborn M.A., B.S. LANGUAGES ]. F. Bozard A.B.. ALA., Ph.D. ]. Lou Carpenter A.B., M.S. Joseph Cedeyco A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Francis Cook B.A., M.A. Daisy Egcers B.S., M.A. David R. Hodgin A.B., A.M. Page Thirty-two Mary Ruth Johnston A.B., M.A. ' iLLiAM H. Morgan B.S., A.M., Ph.D. W. W. Powell B.S., M.A. J. D. Rankin A.B.. A.M., S.T.D. LORIS SniPMAN A.B., B.S., M.A. John J. ' an Nop.oen A.B., .M.A., Ed.D. Crams Williams A.B., M.. . LIBRARY SCIENCE Eunice Query A.B., A.B. in L.S.. M.A. MATHE.MATICS AM) PHYSICS G. T. Buckland B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Walter Hawkinson B.S., M.A. Allen G. Montgomery B.A., B.S.. LL.B., M.A., M. DoNVAL Simpson A.B., M.A. Faculty O ' O (% ,fl0mr ■■ ' iiM m S p i c .-v Faculty Starr N. Stacy B.S., M.A. MUSIC Walton S. Cole A.B., M.M. Nicholas G. Erneston B.M., M.M., M.Ed. William J. Jones B.A., B.S.Ed., M.A., Ph.D. James W. Rixjker B.M., IM.M HovT W. Safrit B.S., M.A. William G. Spencer B.iM.Ed., M.A., Ph.D. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Ronald Brooks B.S. Robert Broome B.S., M.A. Cleone Hodges A.B., M.S. Francis Hoover B.S., M.A. Fred Kirchner B.S., M.S., P.E.D. Page Thirty-foiir Joy Kirchner B.S., M.A. Robert Light B.S., M.S. Mary Jane Matthews 13. S., M.A. Roger E. Thomas B.S., M.Ed. R. V ' . U ' atkins R.A., M.A. S(X lAL STUDIES HtLLN BlMHIl A.B., M.A. Iefferson Ma.x Dixon A.B., M.A.. Pli.D. EiJVviN Doik;iii;ktv l!.S., M.A. William S. Hoffman B.A.. M.S., Ph.D. Ren A Hoover A.B., M.A. V. C. Howell A.B., A.M. |i)irN i I. Justice A.r,., A.M. Faculty John Z. Kirk B.S., M.A. Eloise Melton A.B., M.A. Leo K. Pritchett B.A., M.Ed. G. L. Sawyer A.B., M.A. Ina Van Noppen B.S., M.A., Ed.D. D. J. W ' hitener A.B., .M.A., Ph.D. Carrie Winkler A.B., M.A. John H. Workman A.B., M.A., Ph.D. WHITING Enis D. vis B.S.. M.A. LIBRARY STAFF Faculty William Eiiry A.B., B.S. in L.S., M.S. in L.S. Theota C. Dixon B.C.S. Allie a. Hodgin B.S., B.S. in L.S. Page Thirty-six Bessie W . Hollingsworth B.S. Mary AticE Huff A.B., B.S. in L.S. Zeb Shook B.S., M.A. DORMITORY SUPERVISORS Mrs. W. H. Bell East Hall Marjorie Kelly Lovill Hall Annie Majette East Hall Lena Nichols North Hall Helen Stewart Dauph-Blan Mary Shook Nurse Earleen Pritchett Secretary to the President John Welborn Cafeteria Manager u 1 t Y « %,y . A • I 5f 2 k -- lE 1 1 j| % ' ' It ' X k C 1 a From the time a student enters Appalachian State Teachers College until the day he recei ' es his diploma, a great deal of attention is focused on providing him with a liberal education. The somewhat general curriculum, embraced as a freshman, widens into many areas of specialization as sophomores and juniors and finally culminates in the methods courses and student teaching experience which highlight the senior year. Since 1948 Appalachian has offered a Master ' s degree in education, and each year the college enrolls an increasing number of applicants for this degree. This year for the first time graduate fellowships were oiTered, thus enabling a student to gain valuable experience by teaching a limited number of college classes while working toward his M.A. degree. Graduate Students OFFICERS Glen Brookshire President William Alheim Vice-President Joan Tolbert (not pictured) , 2nd Vice-President Felicia Cash Secrctnry-Trcasiirer Page Forty Graduate Students Shirley Kiger Basinger Rural Hall Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Business Education John W. Daniels Ashe ille Howard Payne College, B.A, Mathematics luDiTH Eugenia Dpawdv Hartsville. S, C Winthrop College, B.S. History James Sidney Fletcher Elkin Universit}- of Xorth Carolina, B.S. Geology George Phillip Criil ' aldese Appalachian State Teachers College. B.S. Business Education and Social Sttidiei Joe Alfred Hunt Polk ille .Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Biisiiiess Ediicrfirii Doris Ann Hyatt Canton Berea College. B.S. Business Educaticfi Vincent Leong Boone High Point College, A.B. AIa( ieitn(ics Bernice McMurry Lawndale Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina, A.B. Grammar Grade Educa ' ion Kent S. Mosely Hish Point High Point College. B,S. Socio Studies and Physical Education Frank Northup Boone Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. .Alfll ieiHfllics and Science James Sawyer Asheville Appalachian State Teachers College. B.S. Physiral Education and Social Studies Dorothy T. Simpson Bf)f ne Berea College, .A.B. AI(j( iei»nfics Joan Lovill Tolbert Boone .Appalachian Stale Teachers College, B.S. Physical Education Francis Ehl Ward Davtona Beach, Florida Alahama Slate Teachers College, B,S. History Wayne William Woodward Ttxld Taylor University, B.S. Be igioii Wanda H. Yarboro Lawndale .Appalachian State Teachers College, B.S. Physical Education and Social Studies mMdik Page Forty-one Senior Class OFFICERS Ted Watson President Carl Wyatt Vice-Presideul Sue Jane FIarmon Secretary Andrew Yasinsac Treasurer Page fortyiwo Senior Class Dorothy Jane Abernathy Hildebran Business Education Mars HUl Junior College 1; Business Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; B.S.U. Executive Council 3, 4. Elmer H. Aldridge Crossnore I ' lnsicid Education and Social Studies Charles Louis Allen Rutherfordton Social Studies F.T.A. Sarah Jo Allen Concord Primary Education Mars Hill Junior College 1, 2. Tracy Jewel Allen Rondo Primary Education Arthur Steven Alvarez Business Education Business Club. Boone Robert Franklin Barker Biscoe Science and Social Studies Science Club; F.T.A. James J. Anderson Morganton Social Studies and Physical Educatiini Intramurals 1, 3. 4; P.E. Club 1. Martha Adeline Ashburn Belews Creek Gramnuir Grade Education Il.ais. CuuHLil 3; House President 3. Mary Ellen Bagwell Fletcher Grammar Grade Edttcalion Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; Weslev Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4, First k. ' President 3. President 4; A.C.E. 3, 4; Junior ( . un il,,r; Religious Council Secretary 4; Chi I , mlij.i Chi 4; Secretar ' Recreational Workshop Sidle Methodist Student Movement 3, 4; M ' lio ' s Who Amoue Studfiits in .-imericnii Uiiii ' ersifies and Colleges 4. Mary Sue Banks Charlotte Prinmry Educatioti House Council 1; Junior Counselor 3; Orchcsl.j I. 2, ice President 2; ' ernician Societv 4; C.T.C. I; I.R.t. 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 4, Cabinet 4. Mary Kathleen Barnett Home Econo}}iics Club 1, Ferguson Ralph Alexander Barnhardt Concord Business Education Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4, ' ice President 4. Ted Allen Bechtler Blacksburg, S. C. Social Studies Gardner-Webb Junior CollcRC; Band; V.M.C.A. Rebecca King Bingham Boone Home Economics and Science ernician Societv I. 2. 3, President 3; Majorette I, 2; Vice President of East Hall 3; Home Eco- nomics Club 1, 2, 3; W.A.A. 1; Varsouvianna 1; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3; Christmas Court 1; Mav Court I. 3; Chi Lambda Chi 3; Rhododendron Staff 3; Public Relations Committee 3. f ' iik n m o ¥ 1 8 rh Joyce Bishop Cramerton Business Ediicalion Richard Arnold Bolin Kings Mountain Business Education Student Council 3, Corresponding Secretary 3; . ortli S ate Student Government Association 4, Secretary Treasurer 4; Rhoixjdendron Staff 2, 3, 4; Business Club 2, 3. 4. ' ice-President 3; Men ' s " A " Club 3, 4. Secretan ' 4; Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior .Marsh?l; Weslev Foundation 1. 2; H ' h ' s Who Among Students in American Universities ami Colleges 4. Janet Bo llinger Granite Falls Business Education Lenoir Rhyne College 1; Business Club 3, 4. Re l orter 4; Pi Omega Pi 4, Treasurer 4; House Coun- Jacquelyn Mae Boswell Danville, Va. Music Education Grey Boyles Mt. Airy Physical Education Football Team. Clinton Odell Boyte Carthage Mathematics and Physical Education Joseph Edwin Bradley Providence, R. I. Mathematics and Science Mary Kay Bradley Asheville Primary Education liic ard College 1. 2; Plavcrafters; Canterbury C Ud). Carl F. Brittoin Lenoir Business Education Golf Team. Fred Lee Brown Carthage C iisicii E hicntion and Social Studies Mil. ' ., ■■ " Club; Wrestling. Billie Kerns Broyhill Boone Primary Education X.E. 1; Homecoming Court 2. 4. Tom O. Bunting Boone Mathematics Gwendolyn Jo Ann Burgess Avondale PliMiciil Education and Social Studies Janice Roe Burris Oakboro Oratiimar Grade Education F.T.A. I; Home Economics Club 1, 2; A.C.E. 1, 2; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, Songleader 2; M.S.U. 1; Appalettes 2. Joyce Elaine Byars Greensboro Ptrimary Education .V.C.E.i Vemician Society; F.T.A. Senior Class Bob Cagle Concord Business Ediicatian Sludent Council 3, Corresponding Secretar ' 3; Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4; International Relations C:lub 3; Representative to N. C. Student Legis- l?ture 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in ' ■ " ' tersities ,m,i ColUg.es. Minnie Lou Campbell Catawba Prin7(7rv Ediicnlioii Don Gray Carter Yadkinville Science and Physical Education Basketball Team; Senior Superlative. Bobby Cotes Durham I ' hysical Education ami Social Studies I.R.C:. 2. 3, 4. Vice President, President 4; C.C.ll.X. 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3. 4; B.S.II. 2, 3, 4; C hi I;imlKla Cbi 4; P.E. Club 1. 2. Betty Ruth Chester English Lenoi Linda L. Cavin China Grove Martha Helen Clark Crouse Prinuiiy Education William R. Cleere Gastonia Social Studies Cinnie Brintle Cobbler White Plains Business Edtwation and Social Studia Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4. Cheryl Ellen Cogdill Shelby Business Education XaiMiuvianna 4; F.T.A. 4; Business tlulj 1. 2, i; V.W.C.A. 1. 2, Treasurer; Pep Club 1; House C-ouncil. Martha Faye Collins Winston-Salem Physical Education and Social Studies W.A.A. Officer 3; Women ' s " A " Club 4; P.E. Ernest Roscoe Combs Boone Physical Education and Social Studies Wrestling; Men ' s " A " Club. Betty Jane Conley Shelby Home Economics Hume Economics Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Chotaliers 1; K.S.U. 1, 2. 3. 4; V.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; House Council. Billy Allen Cothran Union Mills Pli} ' sicul Education and Social Studies P.E. Club; Intramurals. Hiram Woodie Cox North Wilkesboro Business Education and Social Studies Business Club. l ffT 1 - ' MkMiM k- - f 4 1 8 Rachel Earlene Crowe Newton Physical Editcatimi and Social Studies Pep Club 1; Women ' s " A " Club 4; P.E. Club I. 2; Flvmg Fish I, 2, 3, 4, Secrclarv S, Prcsi dent 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4. Carroll Daniels Colerain Miitlietnatics and Science Jelma Hamrick Daves Ellcnboro Oramniar Grade Jidiicutictn YA ' .C.A. John L. Davidson Statesville Matlieiualics and Plusiad Editcalion Edwina Ruth Davis Boone Lngllsh and Social Sliidies Joe L. Davis, Jr Boone Mathematics and Social Sliidies Mitchell Ray Davis Lexington Pliysicid Education and Social Studies Nancy Gray Davis Winston-Salem Business Educaliou Na ncy Louise Davis Trinity Business Education and Social Studies YAV.C.A. 1. 2; Business Club I. 2; W.A.A. 1. 2. . . 4; Pep Club 1, 2. Sarah Elizabeth Davis Shelby Primary Education PluVLiaflers 1, 2, 3. 4, Officer 3. 4; . lph.i IVi OmeRa 2, 3, 4, Officer 3; B.S.U. 1. 2. 3. 4. Of ficer 2. 3, 4: C.T.C. 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. I. 2. Williom Burt Dechent Buies Creek Social Studies C ' ampbell College; I.R.C. 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Play- ciafters 3; Westminster Fellowship 3, 4. Mary Ellen Deilinger Lawndale Primarv Education Robert H. Deilinger III Crouse Grammar Grade Education L.S.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; C.T.C. Jennie Kerr Dishman Boone Primary Education and Library Science Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Social Vice President 3; A.C.E. Donald Ray Dodson Sandy Ridge Business Education Pi Omega Pi 4; Businesb- ' ciub 2, 3, 4. Senior Class Glenn A. Dover Kings Mountain Phvsical Educiitioii Mary Maxine Dowell Winston-Solem Physical Education and Social Suidies W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Womei ing Fish 3, 4, Publicitv Ch; 1. 2. 3; Pep Club 1. Eva Elizabeth Dula Lenoir (rndi. ' imif Gniiie Education and English V.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; C.T.C. 1: F.T.A. 4; A.C.E. 4; The Appalachian Staff 3, 4; Ho Westminster Fellowship 1. :il 3, 4; Jerry Wallace Eades Catawba Business Ediicalioii Charles L. Eaker Crouse Physical hditciition itnd Science P.E. Club 3, 4; WreslliiiK 3, 4; Beta Beta Beta 4. Jimmy Martel Eaker Crouse Physical Education and Social Studies P.E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsouvianna 2. Robert Dean Edmiston Ferguson Physical Education and Social Studies Barbara Marie Edwards Concord Grammar Grade Education Playcrafters 4; L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Herbert A. Edwards Tryon Physical Educalioii and Social Studies Football 1, 2. Jewell Christine Eller Wilkesboro Primary Education The Appalachian Staff 1; F.T.A. 4. Reba Jane Felts North Wilkesboro Primary Education Y.W.C.A.; F.T.A.; X ' arsouvianna. Garnett Mae Fitch Rhodhiss Gnimmar Grade E ducation James Walter Fite Shelby Science Choras 1; Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4, Historian 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Varsouvi- anna 2, 3, 4, President 3; Student Council 3, 4. Treasurer 4; Chief Junior Marshal 3; Chi Lambda Chi i: Hall Monitor 3, 4; Campus Superlative 4; U ' hr s Who Among Students in American Vui- rersities and Colleges 4. Sammy E. Floyd Charlotte Business Education Kings Business College 1; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; LR.C. 3, 4. President: Busi- ness Club 3. 4. Jane Wiley Foil Granite Quarry Physical Educati mi and Social Studies W.A.A. 1,2, 3, 4; Intramural CouncU 3, 4; P.E. Club 2, 3, Secretary 3; L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, Secretary 1, 2; V.W.C.A. 1; Vernician Society 2, 3, 4, c:)fficer 3; House Council 2, 3; Pep Club. k ' »kj{k 1 8 ikJirMdik Katherine Sallie Frazier Wilkesboro Bushieis Education Business Club 3. 4; Pi Omega Pi 4. Roy Edward Furr Deep Gop Bif iiiess Education and Social Studio. Pi Omega Pi; Business Club. Wilma Jean Gantt Catawba Business Education Business Club. James Terry Gates Lincolnton Miilheiuiitics ami Physical Education Math Club; P.E. Club. Jerry B. Gates Lincolnton Physical Education and Social Studies Baseball 1. 2; Men ' s " A " Club 2, 3, 4; P.E. Club 1. 2, 3, 4. Hunter Goforth Rutherfordton (. ' nmiiHur Grade Education Mary Goines Goforth Charlotte Primary Education Freshman Council, Secretary; Christmas Court 1. 2; Mav Court 4; C.T.C. 2, 3, President 3; Chi Lambda Chi 3. Chaplain 3; A.C.E. 3; Junior Mar shal; Vernician Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2; ( hoir 1, 2; B.S.U. Council 1; House President 3; Miss . ppalachian 2. Emily Gore Shallotte Cramniar Grade Education Edith J. Greene Boone Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3. 4; B.S.U. 1. Gerald G. Greene Boone Grammar Grade Education Phyllis Kaye Greene Hudson Business Elducation Business Club; B.S.LI. Robert Glenn Greene North Wilkesboro Social Studies Bonita Carmen Guy Banner Elk Primary Education Lees .McRae Junior College 1. 2; Chorus 3, 4; Orchestra 3. 4; Library Science Club 4. Velna Hall Yadkinville Science ami Mathematics Lincolnton Sue Jane Harmon Science College Choir 1, 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Beta Beta Beta 2. 3, 4, District Secretary 4; Varsou vianna 2, 3, 4; ' emician Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Junior Marshal; Class Officer 4; L.S.A. 1. 2; House Council 1, 2; Rhododendron 2; May Court Attendant 4; IV ' lio ' s Who Among SduleiKs ill .4iiieric ni Uiiivei ties tmd Colleges. Senior Class Richard Durham Harrill Shelby Glen Hentschel Granite Falls Reynolds R. Hollifield Spruce Pine Graniinar Grade Educntion Science and Social Studies Mathematics and Physical Education I.R.C. 4; Science Club 1, 2, 3. Math Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W ' rt-MliiiK 3. Nancy Harris Cherryville Business Education . „ ,, ... Bobbv Roy Howard Roaring River Music Education Club 1, 2, Secretary Treasurer 2; MoX Roe Hiatt Mt. Airy n J t:J ■ College Chorus 1. 2; Accompanist 1, 2, Secretary r , ■ i ,- , • o ■ Grammar Grade tducation Treasurer 2; Band 1, 2, 3. Secretao ' -Treasurer 2; Fhysicat Education and Science B S.U 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.M.C.A 1, 2, 3, President 3; ' Club 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3. 4. Secretary; Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4, Captain 4. A.C ' .E. 2, 3. iouyianna 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Khodo- DRON Staff 3, 4, Assistant Business Manager 3, iness Manager 4; Junior Marshal: Vemician Jo j-g £ HoWell BumSville Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Christmas Court 4: W ho s Who ' Among Students in American Universities and Col- in l lj-ii ■ ii ElJ is j and Social Studies ' ■ ' « " -•■ Eugene Dale Hill Lowell ,_,„ , „,il ,„ j „i , CoUege; Westminster Physical Education and Social Studies rellowship. Walter Tommy Harris Mt. Gilead Business Education Smith R. Hudson North Wilkesboro Paul Hinshaw Boonville Sdencraub. Laura Ellen Horwood Stanfield Physical Education and Social Studies English and Social Studies Men ' s " A " Club; p E c Jeonette Huffman Hickory emician !societ i. 4; arsouvianna Z; L.S.A. i; dents in American Univer iitieK mid CnUe04 " i 4 1 1 r- • Xun. Major Intraniurals :?. . " nii i« mertcun unneTstues aim ..oiie es t. Honie tcOHOmtCS Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Student Council 3, Recording Sec C i. r ' U: Llv«- l... ki -l H lelary 3; Lutheran Student Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Ester Geraldine Hensley Marion Hn oc Q„ «r r » PasuUnt 4; S„ph„m„re class Secretary; Religious English and Social Studies ° ' " " " " ' " S " " 9 " ' ' ° " l " ; ' - , ; ' - v -- ' .pident 3; Y. y.C.A I; ° t},., .,, r- J ; ,,, W ii ' V Who Aiiinii students in American Vni- y.W.C.A.; Westminster Fellowship 3. (ilimill tducation versilies and CnlU ' ges . Hk 4iC 0 K 0 Hi V C , O (7j L. , ' W - fii A 8 m tk James M. Huffman Purlear Grnmmar Grade Education Kenneth Hurley Grassy Creek Grammar Grade Ediicalioii John Lane Idol, Jr. Boone English and Social Studies Associate Editor The Appalachian 3. Editor 4; Junior Marshal; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Wlio ' s Whu Among Students in American Universities imd Col- leges 4. Franklin Delano Ivey Statesville Physical Education and Science Edward Lynn Jarratt Linwood Grammar Grade Education V.M.C.A. I; B.S.U. 1, 2, ?,, 4; C ' l ' .C. 4. Hazel Deane Jarvis Wilkesboro Library Science A.C.E. 3; Library Science Club 2, 3. 4, Treasurer Dean R. Joines Sparta Business Education Business Club; Intramural Snllhall. Joyce Aileen Joines Moravian Falls Grammar Grade Education Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; A.C.E. 1, 2; B.S.U. 1. 2, 3. 4, Greater Council 3; Junior Counselor 3; Varsouvi anna 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; The Appahwliiau 3. 4. Gayle Frances Jones Gastonia Grammar Grade Education Sacred Heart College; A.C.E. 3, 4; F.T.A. 3. 4; Y.W.C.A. 3. 4. Peggy Jo Jones Lattimore Grammar Grade Education Y.W.C.A. 1; C.T.C. 2, 3, 4; B.S.U. 1. 2, 3. 4; Library Science Club 4. Suzanne Keeter Grover Grammar Grade Education Thomas Leard Keeter Grover Business Education Business Club. Lillian Dell Kemp Asheboro Library Science Playcrafters 1, 2, 3; Y.W.C.A. 1. 2; Library Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Editor of Playbill 3; House Council 3; Wesley Founda tion 1, 2, 3. Grady Carroll Kilby North Wilkesboro Bzisiness Education Ronald Kincaid Bessemer City Phtsical Education and Sociid Sludics Senior Class Sarah Jo Klutz Salisbury Home Economics Margaret Marie Langley Pomfret, Md. Business Education Business Club. Donald H. Lentz, Jr. Stony Point Business Education Raymond Paul Knight Stotesville PInsical Education and Science Fuotball Manager 1; Physical Education Club 2, i, 4; Varsouvianna Club 2, 3. 4; Rhodode 3. 4; The AppaUchim 2, i. Mory Joan Lackey Wilkesboro Grammar Grade Education Y.W.C.A. 1; House Council 2. Sylvia Ann Laird Advance Grammar Grade Education Modem Dance Club 1; Westminster Fellowship I. 2, 3, Faith Chairman 3; F.T.A. 4; C.T.C. 4, Pro- gram Chairman 4. Betty Yvonne Lathan Hudson Grammar Grade Education Margoret Lawson Lawsonville Physical Education and Social Studies W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vernician Society 3, 4; P.E. Club 1, 2, 3; House Council; Junior Counselor 3. Nona Mae Lawson Winston-Salem Home Economics and General Science Pep Club 1, 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Betty Louise Leonard Lexington Grammar Grade Education Doris AlvG Lewis Cooleemee Physical Education and Science Jean C. Lindley Boone Business Education Pi Omega Pi. Lon Max Londreth Sparta Business Education and Social Studies Minnie Neal Lee Polkton Primary Education Wiii-.iti- Junior ColleKc 1, 2; Y.W.C.A. 3, 4. Robert P. G. Little Warrensville Social Studies 1 8 Jm tk w :i C 1 Frank English Loflin Marion Englhh and Science Ellen 6aircl Long Charlotte Grammar Gn.de Educalioii Society 1. 2. 3, 4; Hiiuso fuuncil. Harold H. Lowery Gastonia Business Education Secretary of Sophomore Class; Business Club 1. 4. President 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Pi Omega Pi; Mat h;.l i. William Harold Lynch Hickory Physical Education and Social Studies Sally Blue Lytch Laurinburg I ' Insivul F.ducation and Social Studies . .. . I, 2. 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4 living Fish 1, 2, 3, 4. Secretary 4; P.E. Club 1, 2 V.W ' .C.A. 1; House Council 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4 Pep Club I. William H. McClure Rutherfordton C rnniniar Grade Education William Oakley McDaniel Rutherfordton Chammar Grade Fulucalion Charles Edwin McKinney Boone Business Education Business Education Club. Joan McLean Maxton Malliem tics and Science li.S.U. 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club, Secretary 3; Ilea Beta Beta, Secrelary 3, President 4; Appala ihiu},. Business Manager 4; Who ' s Who Attioiia SliidioK., in AmiTucm lluiversilU-i aiul CoKeees 4. John McLeod Broadway Social Studies and Physical Edncalion lUlii;i..us C ;uncil, Treasurer. Thomas Joseph McNeil Business Education Business Club: Intrcmural Spo Vilas Mildred Mabe Danbury Physical Eiiucaticn and Social Studies V..A..- .; P.E. Club; V.W.C.A. 1. 2; Junior Coun ■elor. Harry Reuben Mamlin Asheville Aiiisic Education Roscoe F. Marshall Gronite Falls Mathematics and Science -Men ' s •■A " Club; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. Claude Edward Midkiff Boone i ' lnsicid Education and Social Studies li.iiilMll; Men ' s " A " Club: Wdo ' s Who Amotig Universities and Colleges 4. Senior Class Albert Ray Minton Boone Physical Education and Social Studies Traffic Officer; P.E. Club. Ann Eller Granite Falls Grannnar Grade Education Martha J. Noblitt Shelby Physical Edticatimi and Science W.A.A.; Intramural Manager 4; Y.W.C.A.; P.E. Club; House Council 4; Junior Counselor. Nancy Lee Moore Hoffman Home Economics and General Science Home Economics Club; Science Club. Betsy Hullander Moose Boone Business Education Y.W.C.A. 1; Band 1; Orchestra 1; Plavcraflers 1, 2. 3; Vemician Society- 1, 2. 3, 4; The Appala chiati, Associate Business Manager 3; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Appalettes 3. Carrie Hamm Morrell Sparta Library Science Dozier E. Murray, Jr. Business Educatioji Boone Gerald Dale Neal Boone Mathematics and Science Shirley M. Needham Pilot Mountain Primary Education Pep Club 1, 2, 3; I. B.C. 2; A.C.E. 3. Harold Edward Norris Zionville Physical Education and Social Studies Joyce OIlis Ingalls Physical Education and Social Studies Student Government 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary of Fresh- man Class; Cheerleader 3, 4, Chief 4; arsouvi ?nna 1. 2, 3, 4; P.E. Club 2. 3; Modem Dance I. 2; May Court .Attendant 3, 4; Christmas Court 3, 4; I.R.C. 1, 2, President 2; State Legislative As- sembly 1; Vemician Societj- 1, 2. 3, 4; Junior Mar hal; IV ' ho ' s W io Among Students iii Am€rica7i Uni- it-rsifiVs auit Cnlleef: 3. 4. Nancy Lena Palmer New London Primarv Education Carl Lee Motsinger Kernersville Physical Education and Social Studies Men ' s ••A " Club; Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4. Mory Catherine Nesbitt Weaverville Graninujr Grade Educatiott i.S.U., Greater Council; Jack Clyburn Parker Charlotte Plnsicid Education and Social Studies L 1 8 William Edward Passan Gainesville, Fla. Physical Education and Social Stitdics lucitlMll 2, 3, 4; Men ' s " A " Club i, 4; I.R.C. I, 2, X ' icePresident 2; Junior Marshal; President iif Student Go emment 4; Who ' s Who Among Student-, in American Universities and Colleges, Mary Alice Patton Thomasville ' ;i siti Education and Social Studies Mils I III] Junior College 1. 2; President of Dormi I,, IV 4; I King Fish 3, 4, Treasurer 4; VV.A.A, 3. 4. Vaughn Charles Payne Deep Gap Bttsiness Education and Social Studies Business Club; F.T.A.; Science Clulj. Harold Dean Pearson Kings Mountain English and Social Studies (;;irdnLT Webb Junior Clollege 1. 2; Inlr;nnur.)ls Bobby Jean Peek Marshall Mathematics and Social Studies r.T.A. Nancy W. Penick Boone Physical Education and Social Studies M.n.Mrite 1, 2, 3; Vernician Society I, 2. 3; I Km:- I ish 1. 2, 3, 4; House Council 1; W.A.A. I, :■, IM . C lub 1. 2. Diane Sheek Peoples Winston-Salem Grammar Cjvade Education HiiononrXDRoN 3; A.C.E.; . V.C. . 1; 1 lou«e Jerry Wayne Peoples Winston-Salem Mathematics and Social Studies Baseball. William G. Peters Winston-Salem Physical Educatiott and Social Studi ' . ' s C heerleader; Varsouvianna; P.t. C lub; C hnir; Duble Octet. Blanche M. Phillips Jonesville Grammar Grade Education Meredith College 1; F.T.A. Bruce Leon Phillips Bakersvilb Science and Mathemalics Dolly Koontz Phillips Spruce Pine Grammar Grade Education X ' arsitv Debater 1. 2; Pi Kappa Delt? I. 2, 3. 4; Forensic ' 1. 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1. 2. 3; Y.M.C.A. 1, 2; Pep Club 1; Playcrafters 1. 2. 3; Ilomcci.mins; Court 2, 3. Martha Vernon Phillips Asheboro Primary Education Mars Hill Junior College 1, 2; A.C.E. 3; B.S.U. 3. 4, Greater Council 3, 4; Executive Council 4. Janet Lee Pope Winston-Salcm Primary Education A.C.E. 3, 4; Choraliers 2; Varsouvianna 2; House Council 3, 4; President of East Hall 4; Rhododfn DRON 3, 4; The Attpalachian 2; Chi Lambda Chi 4. Ruth Grubb Porter Charlotte Primary Education Western Carolin . ' College. Senior Class Worth Potter, Jr. Goldsboro Mathematics and Ph ysical Ediicatioti Norman A. Powell Tabor City Social Studies and Science Wade H. Presson Sugar Grove Business Education and Social Studies Lonnie Alfred Priest Boone PInsical Education and Science Lucylee Priest Boone Primary Education Debate I: Religious Council 2; Westminster Fel- lowship 1. 2, 3, 4. Sybile Ray Gastonia Mathent-atics and Science Y.W.C.A. 1; Pep Club 1: Vemician Society 1. 2, 3, 4; Varsouvianna 4; Class Officer 3; Junior iMarshal; Math Club 3, 4; Science Club 2, 4; Octet 1. 2, 3. President 3; Chorus 1, 2; Rhododenbron 3, 4; Wtio ' s W to Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. Everett Lee Redmond Shelby Mathematics and Social Studies Joe Ann Redwine Badin Gramnmr Grade Education A.C.E. 1. 2, 3, 4; House CouncU 3. Carl Gene Reed Boone Gary Glenn Reid Granite Falls Science and Social Studies Basketball 1, 2; Wesley Foundation 1. 2. 3. 4; The Appalachian 3, 4, Sports Editor 4; Y.iM.C.A. 1; riio " s Who Among Stiidents in American Univer- sities and Colleges 4. Rufus E. Reid Davidson Mathematics and Social Studies Sara Lee Richardson Reidsville Business Education Pep Club 1; Y.W.C.A. 1; Business Club 3, 4; Home Economics Club I: Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Nancy Geraldine Rimer Lexington Grammar Grade Education Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Drum Major 2, 3, 4; A.C.E. 3, 4; House Council 3; Rhododendron 2. 3; W est- minster Fellowship 1, 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 3, Secre- tary 4; Varsou danna I, 2. Barbara Louise Ritchie Orlando, Fla. Primary Education Barbara Dean Roach Brown Summit Grammar Grade Education Y.W.C.A.; Pep Club; A.C.E.; Vemician Society -3. 4; F.T.A.; House Council; Varsou -iaiina. Atkdi 1 8 Mary Irene Roach Avondale Pliriicnl Education and English Band 1; Flying Fish 1, 2, i, 4; Modern Dance Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Women ' s " A " Club 4; Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4 Recreation Assistant 4; Junior Counselor; C h Lambda Chi, Vice-President 4; House Council 2 Student Council Reporter 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. Don Michael Roberts Landis Social Studies and Library Science L.S.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Library Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 4. Carolyn June Robinson Charlotte Ciranniiar Grade Education Band 1, 2. 4; B.S.II. Frances G. Roope Hotne Econotiiics ili.mc Economics Club 1. 2, 4; Choral Y.W.C.A. Hays Joseph Edward Roper Morganton 1 ' hy.ical Education and Social Studic ' . W lestlilll; 2, 3. 4; Men ' s " A " Club 3, 4; t aio Inn . .ll. William Lee Ross New London I ' ln ical Education and Social Studies I ' ffitfer Collepe 1, 2. Delmar Groy Roten Fig Social Studies Herbert Carson Rouse Robbins Physical Education and Social Studies Basketball I, 2. Peggy Lowery Savage Valdese Grammar Grade Education Catherine Hester Scott Newton Grammw Grade Education Mars Hill Junior College 1, 2; House Council 3; Student Legislature 4. Doris Seagle Lenoir Primary Education VAV.C.A. 1; A.C.E. 2, 3. 4; Intramurals 2, 3; House Council 3. Mary Jane Seagle Lawndale Mathematics and Science Rebecca Ann Sebastian North Wilkesboro Library Science and Grammar Grade Education B.S.II. I. 2. 3. 4: Librar ■ Science Club 3. 4; A.C.I. 3, 4. Franklin Carroll Shytles Caroleen Business Education and Social Studies Club. Kermit Neol Sigmon Denver Mathematics and Science Chorus 1. 2, 3, 4, President 3; Junior Varsity B,isketball 1. 2, 3; Tennis 3; Beta Beta Be;a 3, 4; Matb C-lub 3. 4; Weslev Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4, iir I ' nvr.lent 4; Western North Carolina M.S.M. th nun, 111 ; State M.S.M. Treasurer 4; Religious t.iiuKil, ice President 2; Junior Marshal; Sopho- iiu.ie Class Vice-President; Student Council 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in Ami ' ricun Vniversities and Cottages 3, 4. Senior Class Nancy Nell Simpson Connelly Springs Gra»iniar Grade Educiitioii William Ervin Simpson Statesville Business Education Jack Deon Sizemore Big Stone Gap, Va. Science and Physical Education Science Club 3. 4; Varsouvianna 2, 3, 4; I ' .E. Betty Jane Smith Denton Grammar Grade Education V.W.C.A.; A.C.E. 2, 3. 4; Wesley r,.uiv.lali(.ii 1. 2. 3, 4. Council 3, 4. Emily Ellen Smith Gastonia Science and Social Studies li.S.lI. Greater Council I. 2, 3; Junior Marshal in Summer School; Beta Beta Beta 2, i; Third ' ice President of B.S.U. 3; Libran- Assistant 1, 2, 3. James Edward Smith Winston-Salem Social Studies and Physical Education Football 1; Baseball I, 2. John C. Smith Banner Elk Social Studies Junior Max Smith Banner Elk Social Studies Mildred Estella Snider Denton Grammar Grade Education Bobbie Jean Stallings Vale Lihrary Science Librao- Science Club 1, 2. 3. 4, Sccretarv- 4. Charles M. Starnes Fayetteville Enplish and Social Studies Evelyn Jeonette Starnes Granite Falls Primary Education Chorus 1; Pep Club 2; A.C.E. 3. Dennis Earl Stirewalt Waco Business Education and Social Studies James Mitchell Stokes Hendersonville Music Band 1. 2. 3, 4; Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4. Program C hairmaii 3; Chorus 1 2i Band Vice President 2, President 4; Music Education Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Presi- dent 4; Appatones I. 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Wlw Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. Eva Rae Swing Lexington Home Economics Home Economics Club I. 2, 3. 4; Westminster fellowship 1, 2, 3; Rh 1 i Jf m i 8 iTAJiM Nell Swofford Spruce Pine Grammar Grade Editcation V.W.C.A. 1; B.S.U. 1; Modem Dance Club 2; Wesley Foundation 2; W.A.A. 3i A.C.E. 4; F.T.A. 4. Jane Katherine Tester Lenoir iMathematics and Science Pep Club 2 Appalettes 2; Math Club 1, 2, 3; Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4; The Appalachicm 3; Band 3; SLience Club 1. Glenda Thomas Hiddenite English lieligious CouncU 3, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. 3. 4. Cab- inet 4; Junior Counselor 3; House Council 2. 4; C.T.C. 1, 2; Chi Lambda Chi 3; Playcrafters 1; Science Club 1; Business Club 1; F.T.A. 4; B.S.U. 1. 2, 3. 4, Executive Council 2, 3, 4. President 3. Joe E. Thomas Konnapolis Grammar Grade Education Intramurals 1. 2; Concert Band 1; V.M.C.A. 1; Shirley Ann Thomas Polkton Business Education Shirley Ann Thomas Sanford Grammar Grade Education Edna Ellis Tisdel Jacksonville, Fla. Primary Education B.S.U.; Chorus; Y.W.C.A. Samuel Boyce Travis Hickory . nf !( ii;«(ic ; and Physical Education Men ' s ' ' A " Club; C;.ilf 2; Ba ' cbal! 3, 4. Suzanne Langley Triplett Ml. Holly Gru}}imar Grade Education Gaynell Truitt Sparta Science and Physical Eduaction Beta Beta Beta 3. 4; Science Club 2. 3, 4; W.A.A. 4; Wlins Wlin AmOng Students in Amvrican Uni- i.T Mi-.s .nni Cnllczes 4. Harry E. Upchurch Mount Gilead Btisiness Education lUisiness Club; Wrestling Manawr. Hal Dean Upton Shelby Plivsical Education and Social Studies Yvonne Vance Broadway Grammar Grade Education H. Ray Vaughn Morven Social Studies Western Carolina College 1, 2; F.T.A. 4. Yvonne Hinson Vaughn Morven Business Education Busuu-ss Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2; t bcrus 1; I ' l Omega Pi 3, 4, President 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; F.T.A. 4. Senior Class Charles Clayton Wagoner, Jr. Sparta Physical Education and Social Studies riiysical Education Club; V.M.C.A.; Intramurals. Carolyn Mae Wall Winston-Salem Home Economics and General Science Hume Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wmician So- ciety 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Court 1, 2, 3, 4, Queen 1, 4; Christmas Court 3, 4; May Court 2. 4, Mav Queen; Pep Club 1, 2; Rhododendron 4; Junior Marshal; Who ' s Who Anioiig Students in American Universities and Colleges 4; Senior Su- rcrlative. John Malcolm Watlington Yanceyville 1 ' hy.ica} Education and Social Studies Men ' s ■■A- Club; Physical Education Club; Base Ik-11 2. 3, 4. James Ted Watson Granite Falls Physical Education and Social Studies President of Freshman Class; Football 1, 2, 3; Intramurals in Basketball 2, 3; Junior Marshal; So ciai Affairs Committee 1; Homecoming Committee 2. 3; Chi Lambda Chi I; Program Committee 1; Vnior Superlatiye. Alfred Paris Weothers, Jr. Lottimore Physical Education and Social Studies Physical Education Club; Intramurals 2. Daniel D. Weaver Hoyesville Mathematics and Science Tommy Dean Welborn North Wilkesboro Physical Education and Social Studies Don Whelan Icard Science Charles Lawrence White High Point Science and Social Studies Chorus; Science Club; Guilford College. Bufort N. Widenhouse Kannapolis PInsical Education and Social Studies College Choir 1, 2. 3. 4; Men ' s CXlct I. 2; Double Octet 1, 2; Cheerleader 2; Junior X ' arsity Basketball 2. Rosiyn Wilkerson Fairmont Primary Education V.W.C.A. 1, 2, Council 2; Wesley Foundation 2; Vice-President of Loyill Hall 3; The Appalachian 3; A.C.E. 2. 3. 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4. Almeta Willard Yodkinviile Grannnar Grade Edjication and English VA .C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, President 4; A.C .E. 3; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Secretary Religious Council 4; May Court Attendant 4. James Roger Williams Avondole Physical Education and Social Studies Physical Education Club. Peggy G. Williams Boone }iome Economics and General Science Home Economics Club 4. Jutler Eugene Wilson Boone Social Studies 1 8 Zionville Donna Carol Wilson Business Edi catioii Playcrafters 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Ca College 1, 2. Anna Boyce Winkler Boone Grammar Grade Education Freshman Council I; Y.W.C.A. 1; Rhododendron 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 3, Editor 4; Varsouvi- anna 3; Vemician Societ ' 3, 4, Vice-President 4; A.C.E. 2, 3, 4: Junior Marshal; B.S.U. 1, 2, 3, 4, Greater Council I, 2, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4. Execu- tive Council 4; Representative to North Carolina Student Legislature 4; House Council 3; May Court 4; Campus Sunerlative 4; Who ' s Who Among Simlciits III ,-liiiericnn Universities and Colleges 4. Buddy S. Wishon (hniiinmr Grade Educatit Elkin Margaret Ann Joyner Woods Kernersville I htnic Economics and General Science Home Economics Club 1, 2; Vemician Societ ' 2. Carl Wilson Wyott Henrietta Physical Education and Science P.E. Club: Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; Vice President if Senior Class; Student Council 4; Men ' s " A " Club; Senior Superlative; Who ' s Who Ammig Stu- dents in American Universities and Colleges 4. Andrew Yasinsac Boone Ph)sical Education Class Secretary 4; Senior Superlative. Frances Yates Woynesvilie Uuine Econotnics and General Science Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Apnalettes 3; Westminster Fellowship 2, 3; Intramurals 3. Page Sixty Junior Class OFFICERS Alvis Corum President Walter Broyhii l Vice-President Virginia Sullivan Secretary Gene Butts Treasurer Page Sixty two Junior Class Barbara Elaine Abernathy Lincolnton Jo Ann Absher West JeFfersun Joseph Alexander Lenoir Robert Craig Allen St. Pauls Marion Allison Sparta William Bruce Anderson Spindale Beverly Bailes Whiteville Carolyn Genene Bailey Bumsville Martha Baker Kings Mountain Jimmy Ray Baldwin Sparta Luther Baldwin ' est Jefferson V ' alter Baldwin Todd Jane Rone Ardrey Matthews Hazel Louis Armstrong Belmont Faye Lee Arrington Mount Air ' Boyden Atwood Boone Dean Garland Auten Belmont Larry Stewart Auten Belmont Martin Banner Boone Cornelia Ann Barker Elon College Barbara Ann Barlov ' Winston-Salem Julius Alexander Beam Roxboro Ronnie Beane Hudson Barbara Jean Berry Timberlake T ' V ■; ? ? ■■«p - dik JTk - M f% 1 . P n O: h dk M JiM «1 (!! . j p kJirhdfk 19 5 8 Shirley Dean Bern ' Charlotte Donald Lee Bcrryhill Gmcord Robert Duane Best High Point Frances Crete! BiggerstafI ' Avondale W ' illoughby Ihrland Biggs, Jr. Hagerstown, Md. Arthur Blackburn V ' es£ Jefferson Paul Harrison Blackburn Kernersville Blanche Blevins Crumpler Benjamin Franklin Biilick. Jr Boone John Darrell Bost Concord Betty Jean Boivman Asheboro jjmes Bradley Eikin Ma ie Lee Brann East Bend Peggy Ann Brittain Asheboro Martha Jean Brown Win ton-Saleni William Brown Blowing Rock Walter Broyhili Moravian Falls Anna Marie Burgess Siler City Gene Butts China Grove Annis Marie Byers Forest City James F. Caldwell Mooresville Anna Gail Camp Cherryville Robert Darrell Campbell Crumpler Carolyn Cleo Capshaw Statesville Junior Class Mary Lou Carpenter Marion Francis Elwyn Carter Wadestoro Martha Carter Lenoir Anne Temple Cassity Spruce Pine Sandra Carole Caudell Roxboro Louis Cayton Jefferson Nancy Ellen Cook Lawndale Richard Culyer Oakboro Sarah Frances Davis ' alle Crucis Da ' id Eugene Day North Wilkesboro Keller Deal Landis Nina Dellinger Spruce Pine Joyce Chadwick Charlotte Rebecca Chamberlain Boone Margaret Chui Hong Kong, China Jirmny Curtis Cline Boone James Irwin Cobbler Mount Airy Bill Gray Coble Mount Airy Harris Devine Lawndale Sara Janette Dickson Lenoir Nell Wilhelm Dinkins East Bend JerT ' Thomas Dunn Mebane Bobby Eugene Edwards Cooleemee Geraldine Edwards West Jefferson 19 5 8 Ruby Neal Elkins Clarkton E erette Elledge North Wilkesboro Barbara Eubanks Winston-Salem 1 homas Dan Evans Ft. Pierce, Fla. Don Files Blanch Mar ' Lavvson Files Tobacco ' ille Robert Eugene Fincannon North U ' ilkesboro Shirley Ann Flippin Pilot Mountain William Clark Ford Indian Trail James H. Foster Burlington Mary Carol Foster Mill Springs William Heaton Fox Mebane Joe Terry Francis Stuart, Va. Billy Frye Concord Henry Gaither Boone Ira Gvvyn Gambill North Wilkesboro Tholma Marie Gentry Statesville Willie Gentry Low Gap Frances Ruth Gettys Ellenboro JelCerson Overman Gettys Ellenboro Ralph Gilberi Lincolnton Martha Hege Glass V ' ilkesbor ) Nancy Goble Stony Point Lowell Goodman V ' est Jefferson Martha Lee Goodson Lincolnton Charles Graham Todd Homer Fred Green Deep Gap Patricia Davis Greene High Point Ray Beauford Greene Crossnore Sam Greer Boone Herbert Hampton Boone Mar ' Tempa Hamrick Boiling Springs Carol Harrell Bakers ille Bobby Joe Harris Mill Springs Patrick R. Harrison Denton Martha Jean Haulk Forest City Junior Class Charles B. Guy Statesville Jerry Haas Hudson Pattie Sue Haga East Bend Benny Haithcock Mount Gilead Robert Gale Hall Burnsville Enin Halliburton Morganton Rosalie Hawkins Cliffsidc Fred Wilson Hay Kannapolis Jean Dorothy Helms Charlotte Jack Ray Hodges Banner Elk John Phillip Holland Charlotte Carolyn loanne Hollar Yadkinville o kJf k 19 5 8 Patricia Ann Honeycutt Lexington Anne Rager Hoover .... North Wilkesboru C ecil Edgar Houck, Jr Todd Donald E. Houser Morganton Edith Houston Charlotte Dwight Go xlman Howell Spruce Pine Bill Hubbard Moravian Falls Clrace Marie Hudson High Point John Russell Huie Olin Tommy Hundley Stuart, Va. Carolyn Patton Hutchins . . . .Granite Quarry P.iul Jerry Hutchins Winston-Salem Shelby Jean Ingram Kernersville Betty Sue Isenhour Hickory Susan Elizabeth Jack Tryon lioger Hiatt Jackson Mount Airy George Lewis Jamison, Jr. . . Co ' ington, Va. Leah Christine Jenkins Gastonia Phillip Johnson Bostic Robert E. Johnson Boone Sarah Nell Johnson Willow Springs Shirley Fay Johnson Boonville Richard Carroll Johnson Wilkesboro Theodore Samuel Johnscjn . . . . Abbottsburg Thomas Hardin Joines Traphill Billie Jean Jones Benson Carrie ElizaLeth Jones Laurel Springs Mary Frances Jones Gastonia Wilma Jones Winston-Salem Charles Lee Kemp North Wilkesboro Elbert F. Lennon, Jr X ' ilmington Mildred Lewis Boone Walter Lindley Collettsville Barney L. Lisk Charlotte Janice Virginia Little Newton Joyce M. Little Newton Junior Class John David Kilby Cherryville Donald R. Kincaid Lenoir John Van Koontz Lexington Julia M. Lambert Kannapolis Jimmy Franklin Laughridge Newland Ben Franklin Leatherman Morganton Monte Ann Little Jefferson Thomas Carl Little Warrensville Arlene Lutz Clemmons Bill Lyons Boone Mar ' Joyce Lytle Lexington Eloise Ann McBes Arden - jj D- ,0 jt - % 1 1 r , TT ' k 19 5 8 Orbie Edward iMcBride Mount Airy M. Elizabeth McCormick Broadway Sibyl McDonald Forest City Peggy Nell McDowell . .Campobello. S. C. Theresa M. McGee Lenoir Bobbie McGuire Boone Phil C McGuire Boone Ben McKee Shelby Gus C. McKinney Spruce Pine Zeb V. McKinney Boone Nancy G. McLean Lowell Mary June McNeil Millers Creek 1 Icracc Hayx ' ood Mabry Albemarle Carol Mackie Granite Falls David Cook Mackorell Gastonia James Frank Maines Scottville Lila Louise Malone Greensboro Shirley Jane Maness Troutman Charles Aulden Maney Belmont Mary Jean Marshall Mount Airy Richard Marshall Flat Rock James Arthur Mask Marion Kathryn Miller Vale Leon A. Miller Shelby Junior Class Dan Mitchell StatesvOle Thad Moose Newton Carl Alex Morrow, Jr Mooresville Ronald Murray Lincolnton Mar ' Jane Neal Recce Thomas C. Neal Fort Mill, S. C. Margaret Lorene Parker Mill Springs Robert C. Parker Marshville Nina Joyce Payne Thomasville Alice Linda Fatten Hickory Ann Peeler Salisburj " Edwin Eugene Peeler Shelby Jack H. Nixon North ' ilkesboro S. Ruth Nixon Ramseur Earl Norris Boone Shirley Ann Osborne Dobson Yvonne Painter Lincolnton Helen H. Parker Boone Phyllis Ann Pharr Davidson Douglas O. Phillips Spruce Pine James Donald Phillips Mooresville Marvin Randolph Phillips Lynchburg, S. C. Shelva Jean Pickler New London Marlene Pilkenton Lenoir W» ' l 1 8 Betty Anne Pinkston Salisbury Clyde Plyler Statesville Henry Frederic Pons Valdese Joyce Anne Pope Macon Frank Edward Poteat Lenoir Lorene Poteat Salisbury Mary Dale Poteat Lenoir Pansy Pritchard Spindale Elizabeth Deal Propst V ' axhaw Kathryn Propst Lenoir S bk- Ann Putnam Waco Willie Latimer Rea Matthews Harriet Joyce Redding Gastonia Frances Re ' no!ds Wadesboro Frank B. Rhodes Thomasville Patricia Sue Richard Roger City Nancy Faye Rimmer Hurdle Mills Mary Catherine Robinson Gastonia Grace Carolyn Rollins Shelby Estelle Helen Rose Raeford R oy Lynn Sarvis CrdmertiHi Claude ' illiam Savage McAdenville Jackson W. Scott Pike ille William Franklin Scott Boone Junior Class Clingman Blair Sells Monroe Grace Carol Sentell Hendersonville Kenneth Sexton Lansing Mary Edna Shore Cycle Robert H. Shore, Jr Blowing Rock Sarah Annette Sigmon Mount Holly WiUiam R. Smith, III Marion Clara Rebecca Snider Lexington William Franklin Snyder Winston-Salem Margaret Storie Boone Bobby Rains Taylor Goldsboro Henrv Lacv Tavlor Lumberton Ann D. Sills Kannapolis Paul A. Sloop Mooresville Betty Jean Smith Minneapolis Irva Smith Gastonia Ralph Donald Smith Mount Air ' Ruby Smith Hudson Alice Marie Teague Lowell Mar) ' Aline Terry Monroe Billie June Tilley Boone Anne Page Thompson High Point Peggy Sue Timmons Mount Airy Ethel Victoria Townsend Banner Elk f f7J f 1 8 Coleen Triplett Blowing Rock Grace Yvonne Underwood Wingate Sarah Loucinda Underwiwd Wingate Dollie Vanderlip Charlotte ora Janice Wagner Spencer Rachel Ann Walker Rutherfordton Barbara Ann Watkins Forest City Martha Lane Watson Oxford Lou Floy Watts Tabor City Charles Edward Webb Charlotte Thomas Hampton ' cbb Linville Wanda Weese Miami, Fla. Thomas V ' ' elborn North Wilkesboro Morris Blaine Whitson Burns ille Edgar V ' ilcox Todd Bernice Williams Forest City Bertha Nell Wilson Shelby Woodie D. Wilson Hudson Carl Winecoff Mt. Ulla Charles Winkler Boone Richard WilHam Winkler Boone Ronald Loy Wise Vale Sue Carolyn Wise Salisbury Carohn Y. Wood Swannanoa Junior Class Zane Noel Woodie Pinev Creek Xanc ' Carolyn Woodruff Lenoir ! Thomas H. Woodruff Pineola y • Charles Pinknev ' oods Lenoir ' Ira A. Wortman Acme V | Irene Baker Wortman Acme W ,,— j. Annette D. Yarboro Vale ( ' Rub - Kathleen Young Morganton k ' ' ' . i i Sophomore Class OFFICERS Tommy Day President Joel Stewart Vice-President Dale Holland Secretary Caroline Ple.mmons Treasurer Pag,e Seventy-six Sophomore Class Bern- Jo Abbott Chesnee, S. C. Don Kendrick Abernathy .... Gastonia Sylvia Adcock Roxboro Franklin Mansfield Adkins . . . Marion Sidney C. Adkins Lenoir Elizabeth Greene Allen Charlotte Raymond LeRo ' Allnian Boone James Arnold Ashley Roxboro laurice Giles Bristow .... Greensboro Claudia Virginia Brittain . . . Asheboro James Thomas Bromeling . . Greensboro Douglas Kirk Brookshire .... Newton Audrey Marie Brown . . . .Sandy Ridge H. Barbara Brown Lillington Margaret E. Brown Ashford Jack V ' illiam Buchanan Lenoir Kermit C. Ashley Blowing Rock Rosa Lee Ates Newton Franklin D. Austin Marion Palmer Bailey Ellenboro Carolyn Clarke Ballard .... States ille Bobby Bare Grumpier James Reid Basinger Rural Hall Henry Br an Beam Lincolnton Alma Burkett Jefferson Sarah Ramona Burns Hildebran Thomas Lee Burrus Mount Airy Janice Fray Cabaniss Shelby Barbara H. Campbell . . . . Laurinburg CoUeen Campbell .... West Jefferson Janice E. Canipe Lowell Henci] J. Cannon Boone Bobby Eugene Beane .... High Point Nancy Louise Bell . . Kings Mountain Thelma Jane Berry . . Connelly Springs Richard C. Blackburn Jefferson Ina Lee Bledsoe West Jefferson Emily Karen Blevins Grumpier Ruth v. Bondurant Guilford Man. ' Alan Boozer Greensboro Randel Clay Cannon Boone Billy Joe Caroway Morganton Aaron Carroll Boone James Carter Gastonia Fred Lynn Castle Boone Peggy Cathey Charlotte Dale Catlett Charlotte Rachel Caudill Charlotte f rs Hj ;■ (O p c i 19 5 8 Ida Fay Caudle Ronda XA ' illiam Chadwick Shallotte Carroll A. Chapman Icard Mary Gail Cherry Gastonia Kenneth Ted Clawson Boone Annie Sue Cline Rhodhiss Patricia Marguerite Collins . . . Marion Kermene L. Colson . . Granite Quarry Billy Franklin Combs Sparta Ralph Clyde Cooke Mt. Airy Mona Maxine Cooper Drexel Ann Cottrell Boone Mary Frances Cowan Asheville Rachel Armeta Cranford Candor Vicky Thompson Gulp .... Albemarle Thomas Burley Day, Jr Roxboro Glenda Grey Dellinger .... Kannapolis James Edwin Dellinger .... Kannapolis Frances Lea DLxon Charlotte G. Hoyle Duncan Walnut Edward G. Dyer . . North Wilkesboro Dorothy Carol Easter . . Winston -Salem Barbara Jane Edsel Concord N ' irginia Ann Eller Lenoir D. Ann Elliott Black Mountain George Roland Ernst . . VA ' inston-Salem Avery C. Ervin . . . .North Wilkesboro Kay Estridge Ansonville Carol Evans East Marion Jo Ann Ewing Belmont Wilkie Wallace Foster Statesville Glenda Fowler Monroe Doris Elizabeth Fox Morganton Joan Foy Davidson Harris Dale Freeman . .Winston-Salem E elvn Lewis Eunderburk . . Belmont Elizabeth Jane Gaultney . . Forest City William Carl Gheesling Charlotte Mrs. Barbara T. Gibbs ..Glen Alpine Ansel L. Glendenning ..Oaklawn, 111. Camilla Anne Graeber Concord William Reece Graham Tixkl Margaret Ann Greene Marion Roger Tipton Greene, Jr. . . .Charlotte Franklin Keith Griggs Graham Lester Grimes, Jr Mt. Airy Gilbert Hagler Concord Shirley Ann Haigler . . . .Indian Trail Glenda Ellen Hall Mt. Airy Tom Hambright Troutman Nancy Elizabeth Hamby . . State Road Sara Mae Hamrick . . .Kings Mountain Betty Jean Harger Danbury Hugh Edwin Harrington .... Landis Richard Black Harrington . . Broadway Mary Jane Harris Harrisburg James Alden Houser Hildebran Emily Hovis Dallas Nancy Ann Hudson Greensboro Dorothy Jeane Huffman Wilbar Treva Hughes Bakers ille Benjamin G. Hurley Jefferson Phil Barn.- Hunsucker .... High Point Sue Huskins Burnsville S o p ho m Opal Janet Hartsell Concord William J. Harvey . . Phoeni.xville, Pa. Betsy Ann Hauser Pfafftown James William Hawkins . . Red Springs Shelva Jean Hawkins Shelby Dean Heavner Vale Bobbie Eileen Henley .... Laurinburg Man.- Louise Hensley Dobson Francis LaMar Ivey St. Pauls Di. ie Lee Jackson .... Hendersonville Gaye Fonda Jackson Mt. Airy Jimmy Nelson James Monroe Bobby Joe Jenkins Avondale Sherrill S. Jenkins Grover William Harry Jo hnston . . . .Charlotte W. Henry Jones Belmont re Class Walter Da ' id Henry Concord James Kay Hiatt Mt. Airy Linda Gail Hiatt .... Winston-Salem Alice A. Hinson Landis Pamela E. Hinson Albemarle Hugh Dale Holland . .Winston-Salem Macon Douglas Hollowa - .... Lenoir Carol Marie Holmes Charlotte Barbara Kelley Garner Wray C. Kelsey Lenoir Dorothy Kerley Taylorsville Joyce Jean Kincaid Lenoir Grace Louise Kirk Richfield Mavis Knight Lenoir Becky Koontz Le.xington ' illiam Carlton Lamb .... Greensboro 11 ( P P P D A ! - P r vr dHHj yQ|HH ilP ' ' l 19 5 8 Eddie Eugene Lee .... Rutherfordton Ted Warner Lee Lavvndale William Edward Lee .... Edgemunt Wanda Rae Lemmons . . Thomasville Majel Ellen Leonhardt Fallston Max Huntley Lippard Conco rd Roger Blease Lowe Cramerton Linda Ann Lyon Ronda Clara R. .McCall Marion Sammy Ann McCall Clover Kenneth Boyd McCarn Belmont l(jann McKinney Spruce Pine Donna Joanne McNeil Troy Phyllis Jane McRar) ' Conover George Maine Boone Arthur v. Marshall, Jr Belmont Betty Jane Marshall . . . .Granite Falls Lorene B. Marshall Mt. Airy Samuel G. Marshall . . V ' inston-Salem Edwin Hugh Martin Troutman Brenda Lee Mast Morganton Sylvia Jeanne Mast Vilas Martha Masten Winston-Salem Bonnie Lee Matthews Canton Dewey Stokes Mayes .Kings Mountain leanette Lee Midkiff Boone Barbara Joan Miller Marion Benjamin Millard Miller ..Deep Gap C. Glenn Miller Boone Delores J. Miller Kannapolis R. Z. Mille; Todd lulia Lee Moore Charlotte Victoria Anne Moose .... Mt. Pleasant Mary Lea Moretz Boone Beaupine Una Morton ....Albemarle Warner Richard Moser Newton John Robert Noles Charlotte Anne C. Owens Morganton Shirley G. Parker . . North Wilkesboro Bonnie Pasour Dallas Florence Lee Payne Lexington Gladys Phillips Ingalls Glenn Keith Phillips Boone Zelda Beatrice Phillips Council James PUkenton Lenoir Joyce Ann Poole Kannapolis Judith Means Pope ' aco David Porter Thomasville Sophomore Class Judith Jane Porter Pfafftown Caroline Plemmons . . .Winston-Salem Carol Jeane Preslar Concord Edward T. Powell Beaufort Joyce Ann Querry Concord Robert R. Rabon Boone Thomas H. Rattedge . .Winston-Salem Linda Reeves ' est Jefferson Xurma Carole Sheppard Hudson Carol Frances Shore Boonville Bobby Lee Short Charlotte James Kenneth Shumaker .Wilkesboro Bobby Jean Simmons .... Mount Airy Ann Sloan Mt. Ulla Norma Jean Sluder Asheville Barbara L. Smith Concord Martha Frances Reid Danbur ' Betty Hinkle RJiodes . . . .Thomasville Spencer B. Rhodes . North Wilkesboro David S. Richardson . . Hamptonville Margaret Richardson Reidsville Marion Jo Ritchey Columbuj David L. Roberts Asheville Eleanor Jane Robertson . . .Greensboro Fletcher Smith Fayetteville James H. Smith High Point Billy Dean Smitherman . . Yadkinville Annie Pearl Spainhour .... Boonville Grady J. Staff ord-Wetmore .Crossnore Iris Cook Stallings Spring Hope Jack A. Steele Charlotte Edward Lee Stevens King Beaver Roy Robinette Valdese Ben Franklin Saine Cherryville Carolyn Mae Seats Lewisville Cornelia Elaine Shaw . . . China Grove Richard Shaw Statesville Milton Spry Shellman . . . .Cramerton ' illiam Ronald Shelton .... Danbury LawTence F. Shepherd . Winston-Salem Joel Braddock Stewart .... Greensboro Jimmie A. Stutts Bobbins Mary Ann Suggs Gastonia Margaret Carolyn Surratt .... Denton Joan H. Tarr Lincolnton Herbert Roy Taylor . . . .Grassy Creek Thomas Taylor Union Mills Patricia VA ' offord Teal . . . .Forest City C ( Ci O r f f Pi f ' t: " -y f O % f f C :3 f A it i ;il i g ii A 19 5 8 Delores Tcmpleton . North Wilkesboro Linda Janice Tennant Crossnore Cecil Fred Tester Boone Norma Sue Tester . . North Wilkesboro iMary Addie Thomas Harmony Peggy Sue Thomas Greensboro Sibyl Louise Thomas Charlotte Nellis A. Thompson, Jr. . Morganton Pa: Thompson Albemarle Franklin D. Tilley Mount Airy Betty Louise Tippett . . . . Franklinville Max L. Toney Forest City Margaret Townsend Banner Elk William R. TouTisend .... Banner Elk iMargaret Esther Trantham .Lexington David Blalock Treece Mt. Gilead Man.- Trexler Salisburv Paula Kathr n Triplett . . .Banner Elk Thomas Martin Vance Crossnore Sharon Ann Waldorf . . . .Tampa, Fla. Herman Douglas Walker Lenoir Morris Henn.- V ' alker . . . Warrensville John Max Walker Concord Joe Walker Lenoir Furman Tee Wall Cliffside Mar ' Jean Walters Jefferson Dorothy Waters Forest Citx ' Eunice Hartley Watson Lenoir Murdock Lawrence Watson . . .Maxton ' irginia M. Weaver .... Grassy Creek Arlo Holland Weisner Olin Pegg ' Berniece Wellborn . . Deep Gap Marie West Charlotte Martha M. ' hitaker . . . .Thomasville Doris ' hite Oxford Henn,- Jackson ' hite .... Lexington Betty Lou ' iles Greensboro Jimmy Kent Wilhelm East Bend Susan Adele Williams .... Morganton Barbara Dean Winkler Boone Donna M. Wiseman Ingalls Dwight Witty Greensboro Lynda Craven Wray .... Greensboro Anna Caroleen Wright .... Asheville George Yarboro Lavvndale Nancy Carolyn Yates . . . Valle Crucis Rex Yates Zion ' ille Sabra Llovd Young Burnsville Freshman Class OFFICERS Ronald Elliott President Jack Ponis Vice-President BetTV SwAliM Secretary Margaret Fincher Treasurer Page Eighty-fmir Freshman Class Bobby Eugene Adams Jones -ille Richard I. Adams Sparta Pamela Lee Aldridge Concord Charles Robert Alexander, Jr. . . Hays Harold F. Allen Detroit, Mich. Thomas Eric Allen Saint Pauls Pauline C. Angell Boone Elizabeth Marie Arey Salisbury Carolyn Syble Bishop Cramerton Margaret F. Bledsoe Sparta Mar ' Jean Blevins Lansing Peggy Jean Ble ins Dobson Ellen Louise Bollinger .... Mooresville Shirley Faye Bollinger Acme Marth Lou Bostic Mt. Holly Melvadene Boston Lenoir Helen CarohTi Amall Spray RosKti Sue Arthur Tro) ' Mary Ellen Baker . . .Kings Mountain Peggy Joyce Bandy Newton Norma Jean Bare Scotts nlle ' anda Barker Elkin Kate R. Beam Spruce Pine Dorothy R. Beamon . North Wilkesboro Elsie Jean Bowers Charlotte Ann Bradshaw ' inston-Salem Eddie Franklin Bram Greensboro Sharron Lee Branson Asheboro Ma.xine Brenner High Point Linda Bridges Newberry, S. C. Sybil Bridges Shelby Robert Louis Bright Newton Constance Leigha Bebber . Taylorsville Linda Jean Bebber Taylorsville George Thomas Beck Saint Pauls Norma Jane Bennett Taylorsville Violet Ga ' nell Berrier .Winston-Salem Tommy Berr ' Belmont Linda P. Billings . . North ' ilkesboro William Philip Billings Boone Glenna Lee Brinkley Bumsville Frances Mittie Brintle .... Mount Airy Patricia Ellen Britt Laurinburg Howard Hoyle Brittain Lowell Helen K. Bromeling Greensboro Clayton H. Brookshire Newton Nancy Brothers Greensboro Arthur Brown Ahoskie i ' i f f 4 ■ f% f o vuvn fy f% in ' " P 9 f 19 5 8 Dean W. Brown Mount Ain- Mary Frances Brown Lenoir Lawrence C. Broyhill . .Moravian Falls Mary Anne Buchanan Bumsvillc David Edward Bumgarner ....Boone Dorothy E. Bumgarner ..Granite Falls Elma Ruth Bunton Boone Robert Burns Belmont Jerrv- Zeb Burris Lincolnton Robert Roy Burris Mt. Pleasant Sibyl Annette Bush Lenoir Clifton Thomas Byrd Salisbury Lynn Caddell Cagle .... Granite Falls Carol G. Calloway New London Elizabeth Ann Campbell .Valle Crucis Aurelia H. Cannon . . Lancaster, S. C. Carol Ann Carlton Lenoir Carroll Carpenter Cherryvillc James Franklin Carter Albemarle Sara Anne Carter Jonesville Ann F. Christensen . . . .Orlando, Fla. Sylvia Church North Wilkesboro ' i ien Ann Clark Crossnore Gay Nell Clayton Kannapolis Mary Yvonne Cleary Kannapolis Nelda Anne Clifton .... Mount Airy Judy Anne Cline Lenoir Eugene Robert Clontz Marion Gene Leroy Cobb iMorganton Sidra Elaine Coe Saltville, Va. HarriU Curlee Coley Newton Nancy Flnretta Collette . . . .Mocksville Phyllis Snow Collins . . ' inston-Salcm Rachel Anne Collins Asheville Wanda Fay Compton . . . Mooresville Linda Ruth Cook Hiddenite Shirley Jean Cook Boone Helen Monk Cooper Boone Carol Elizabeth Corriher .China Grove Joe Allen Corriher Mount Lllla Delia Croom Kinston Cornelia Ricks Daniel Salisbury Jerr - Lee Da idson Newton M ' illiam H. Davis Ronda Charlie Davis A ' inston-Salem David Ronald Davis .... Rutherfordton Sarah Scott David Reidsville Janice L. Dellinger . . . Hendersonville Freshman Class Merry Evelyn Deviney Casar Billy Wayne Dilday Ahoskie Barbara Ann Dobson Nebo Anne Mallonee Dodd Waco Charles Lowell Dotson .Rutherfordton Elizabeth Douglas Statesville Mary Louise Douglas .... Piney Creek Larry Joe Dove Davidson Smith Jeryl Ferguson Saint Pauls Robert L. Fields Arlington, Va. Margaret Eleanor Fincher . . .Charlotte Sue Fletcher Boone Rebecca Anna Foil Kannapolis Anna Sue Ford Cramerton James Earl Foshee Taylorsville ' irginia Ruth Fo.x Taylorsville Kenneth C. Drum Hudson Linda Gay Duke Albemarle Sibyl C. Dwiggins Kemersville Julia Ellencer Eberenz .... Greensboro Kenneth A. Eckard . .Connelly Springs Edwin Poe Elkins Clarkton Nancy Lorraine Eller Landis Lou Jane Elliott Lake Lure William Leo Fo.x Cramerton Eloise May Franks .... Hendersonville Charles Frazier Falfurrias, Te.xas Sarah Elizabeth Frazier Lenoir Norma Lee Freeman .... Kernersvillc Samuel Carroll Gammons .... Draper Donald S. Gardiner . . .Arlington, ' d. Donny Roger Gamer Pinehurst Ronald Elliot Pahokee, Fla. Johnsie Ruth Ellis Advance Carolyn Faye Elmore Catawba Norma Jean Evans Kernersville Mack Eugene Everett .... Saint Pauls Elizabeth Irene Falls Lawndale Jakie Gwyn Fender Sparta Patricia Gayle Ferguson . . . Morganton Faye Carmen Garrison Stanley James Parks Garrison Aberdeen Suzanne J, Gentry . . .West Jefferson Charles B. Gerringer Spindale Charles V. Giannotti Lowgap Donald Gray Gibbons .... Kemersville Thelma Joyce Gillespie Leicester Sheila Eugenia Gillev Boone . rn o , O P fN (T P (f? f 19 5 8 Elizabeth Ann Goings . . . Mount Ain ' Nancy Lee Goings Mount Airy Felix Goodrum Lexington Marolyn Kay Gragg Newland Dnris Jean Graham Mooresville Carolyn Lucille Grant .... Ellenhoro John Anderson Green Roxborn Jerry Phillip Greene Ellenboro Martha Allyn Gribble Gastonia Peggy Carol Griffin . . .Rutherfordton William Gerod Guffey .... Forest City Edgar W. Hall Arlington, Va. Edna Lorctta Hall Candler Jimmie Lee Hall Rutherfordton Franklin Mohley Hamilton . . . .Boone Carolyne Jane Hamlin Dobson Eleanor Hamrick Charlotte Max Ray Hamrick Spindale Virginia Dare Hanes Lexington Norma Jean Harbin Lewisvillc Charles Harkey Charlotte Bobby Edward Harmon . . . Banner Elk Nora Judith Harrelson Salisbury Frances Elaine Harris Statesvillc Leon Mason Hartline Statesville Bobbie Hartness Murph Clyde James Hatley . . . .McAdenvillc Kenneth Frank Hauser .... East Bend Mary Helen Hayes Mount Air Danny Edgar Hefner Newton Harn.- Hancock Hensel, Jr Elkin Henrietta Hensley . . . Hendersonvillc Thomas E. Henson ...Rutherfordton Ephraim Monroe Hiatt ..Mount Airy Robert Franklin Hill .... Mount Airy John W. Hodges Boone Rebecca Ann Hodgin Ramseur Ruby Lee Hoke Da ' idson Da id i L Holcombe Weaverville Martha Anne Holcombe . . . .Candler James Alvin Holland Marion Peggy Aileen Holland Henrietta Phyllis Deanna Holland . . .Cramerton Thomas Frank Holland Shelby James Cecil Hollar Hickory Betty Joann Holloway .... Lincolnton Charles William Holman .... Lenoir Mar ' Jo Holman Creston Freshman Class Cornelia Ann Holmes Badin Barbara Jean Hopper Spray Max Hopson Bakers ' ille Carol™ Ruth Horn Forest City Margaret Ann Home Pfafftown James Mack Houston Bear Poplar Xancy Louise Houston Conover Eha Oretta Howard Greensboro Jerry Lee Jones Mooresville Richard Dennis Jones . . Roanoke, Va. Robert Jones Jefferson Rodney Mac Jordan Concord Nelda Lee Joyce Reids ille Doris Marie Kazlovski Shelby Thomas Edgar Keesler, Jr. . . Charlotte R. B. Kemer KemersvUle Richard Davis Howe . . . .Latham, 111. Mari ' in C. Hudson Vale Ida Patricia Humphries . . . .Cliffside Nancy Louise Hunter .... Lexington Paul Jarvis Hutchison Hays Phyllis Ann Jacobs Salisbury ' Betty Carol Jones Scottsville Harmon Hughes James .... Lincolnton Rebecca Sue Kimball .... China Grove Don King W ' inston-Salem James Howard Kinney . .Magnolia, 111. Martha Carolyn Klutz . . .Mount Ulla Betty Koontz Lexington Nancy Lon Lackey Stony Point Joseph Michael Lail Hickory John Charles Lantz Lincolnton t Q f O f t Carol Anne Johnson Reidsville Elizabeth Ann Johnson .... Asheboro O. Wayne Johnson . . . .Granite Falls Donald Wayne Johnston .... Marion Peggy Jo Joines Moravian Falls Chester Jolly Wilkesboro Peggy Louise Jolly Taylorsville Donna Lou Jones .... W ' inston-Salem Effie Jean Lawson Danburv ' PattT. ' Joy Lawson Francisco Helen Louise Liner Hillsboro Dorothy M. Little . . . .West Jefferson J. C. Little, Jr Warrensville Linda Sue Little Jefferson Edward Gary Long Jones ille Patricia A. Lonon Marion O P C D f A 19 5 8 Patricia Ann Loudermilk Lenoir Mildred Eloise Lowder Norwood Lindia Mae Low Taylorsville Carolyn Rebecca Lowman Drexel Gaile Linker Lowrance . . . Mooresvillc Jean Lutz Lawndale Daisy Lucille McAlister . . Lincolnton Kenneth Errein McAlister .Lincolnton Mary Carolyn McBride .... LeH ' isx ' ille Barbara Jean McCurdy . . .Taylorsville Rose Ann McDaniel . . Rutherfordtoii Russell McEntire Ruth Da id Neil McKinney . . Morganton Jessie J. McKinney Spruce Pine Samuel David McKinny . .Spruce Pine Ann McLean Kannapolis Man ' in Brevard McLean . . . .Belmont Bobbie McNair West End Jan C. McNeely Mooresville Melba Louise McNeely Casar George W. McNeill . .West Jefferson ' altcr Alfred McPhail Dunn Aubrey Akers Mabe Danbury Janis Anna Mahaffey Salisbury Kay Nell Maddry Chape! Hill Bernard Martin Mamlin ...Ashevillc Leonard Ray Marlowe Harmony Connie Rhae Martin Charlotte Esther N. Martin Eagle Springs Bob Mac Mauldin Concord Doug Mauldin Belmont MaPr ' Elizabeth Mauldin ..Grensboro Rona Jane Mauldin Albemarle Betty Kaye Mayes .... Mountain Park Carl J. Messere Paterson, N. J. Billy Wayne Milam Creston Ph liis Ethelyn Miles Charlotte Harold David INliller Newton Joseph W. Miller Mount Ulla Larry Joe Mills Concord DeWayne Milner Canton Betty Christine Moffitt . . . .Lake Lure Joan Emily Montgomery ..Germantim Betty Von Moore Draper Callie Laurean Moore Dobson Helen Janice Moore . . Kings Mountain Herbert Lynn Moretz Todd Eloise McKinnon Morgan . Laurinburg Freshman Class Franklin Dee Morgan Marion Tames P. Morrow . . Black Mountain Nancy Carol Mullis Kannapolis Thelma Jean Murdock .... Troutman Jerry Nelson Murray Valdcse Robert Lee Murray Gastonia James Edward Muse Robbins Margaret Emma Muse Statesville Nancy Suttle Pendleton Shelby Alda Rebecca Perkins Valdese Betty Jo Perkins Kannapolis Carol Ann Perrell ' oodleaf Rachel Arm Peterson Deico George William Petree Lenoir Harold Ray Phillips Mooresville Robert Marsh Phillips Elkin Barbara Lou Nance Le.xingtun Susan Nichols Mount Airy Sarah Lou Norman . . Winston-Salem Madeleine C. Norton . . .China Grove Lynda Ann Olsen .... Fo, boro, Mass. Tamasine Orr Hendersonville Barbara Jean Osborne Dobson Lester CHerby Francisco Bobbie Lou Plott Mtxiresville Judith Ann Poindexter .Winston-Salem John J. Ponis Phoenixville, Pa. Ralph Beal Poole Sparta Frances Alene Powell . . . .Tabor City Houston Paul Presnell Boone Barbara Lee Price China Grove Lois Jean Pritchard Lenoir Eleanor Ann Parker Lexington Frances Ann Parker . . V ' inston-Salem William Beaty Parks Charlotte Sally Ann Parlier Moravian Falls Emma Jean Patton Morganton Bliss Legrand Payne Statesville Jane Pearson North Wilkesboro Janie Ann Pender Mebanc Lilly Sue Proctor Lavvndale Billy Olsen Proffitt Todd Carol Yvonne Ragland . . . Kernersville Melvin L. Ramseur Landis Patsy Ann Ramsey Marshall Frances Raney Salisbur - Jean Marie Rankin Gastonia LaNelle Ratledge Woodleaf ?5 n c s p % (n n r iA A .i£S JJ £M£ 1 4 0 ' n a ' Cs( f 19 5 8 Jerry Eugene Baxter Canton Norris C. Reitzel Newton Lillian Mae Reynolds Valdese Brenda La Verne Rhodes Concord June Carolyn Rhyne Purlear Rebecca Elizabeth Rhyne . .Charlotte Larry Ralph Riggs Kannapoliv Odell L Ritchie Drexel Man ' E. Roberts Lansing Midgie Ann Roberts Lincolnton Daisy Mae Ross Morganton Ralph Roten Creston George M. Royall. Jr Sparta Ina S. Royall Hendersonville Billy Joe Russell Mount Gilead Pegg ' Ann Saultz Jefferson Mary Margaret Seage Marston Carol Ann Seagle Lawndale Judith Ann Self Lincolnton Jane Elizabeth Sepaugh Earl Marioric Ruth Shearin . . . . VVhitakers Jcttie Jeanette Shelton Leaksville Jack Sherrill Brvson City Doris JoLeen Shoe . . . .China Grove Mary Evangeline Shull . .Sugar Grove Charles Leon Shytles Caroleen Mary Glen Sigmon Catawba Charles Hal Silver Marion Carol Ann Silvey High Point Glenda Muriel Simpson . .White Plain Grady Claude Sinclair . . Rutherfordton Martha Roberta Sink Salisbury Mary Anne Sledge Charlotte Carol Ann Smith Kannapolis E a Carolyn Smith Norwood Patricia Ann Smith Charlotte Peggy V ' alorie Smith Concord Gwendolyn Jane Snyder Boone Talmadge Leon Solomon . Kernersville Ann Spainhour ' inston-Salem John Ervin Spencer Danbury Barbara Jean Stanley Kernersville Raleigh E. Stansben.- ..Butler, Tenn. Mary Ruth Stansel Lumberton Thomas W ' illard Stanton ....Maxton Bruce Edward Stirewalt Waco Fredrick Sherrill Stokes Lenoir Ernest Ray Stout Reese Freshman Class Patricia Lee Strader Rural Hall Betty Swaim Boone Esther Elizabeth Swain . . . Morganton Laura Ruth Swicegood Linwood Gail Templeton Mooresville Ethel Lou Thomas . . Green Mountain E. L. Thompson Winston-Salem V ' illie Ann Thompson ..Morganton Donald J. Ward Sugar Grove Ruby Jane Waters Lincolnton Ronald Powell Watson Maxton M. Jean ' atts China Grove Saundra Brevard Way . .Chester, S. C. William Dean Weaver Lattimore Robert Leon Webb East Bend James A. Welborn . . North Wilkesboro Teddy J. Tipton . . . .Green Mountain Sheila Dianne Todd Yadkinville Mary Ruth Townsend . . . Banner Elk Ann Triplett Wilkesboro David S. Triplett ....Moravian Falls Jean Ann Triplett Sugar Gro ' e Rachel Marie Triplett Lenoir Rebecca Ann Triplett .... Wilkesboro Jerr) ' Charles Welch Lexington Mary E ' elyn West Charlotte Gerald Wayne A ' hitaker . . . .Concord Diane White Lexington Robert White Bryson City Norma Gay Whitlow Lexington James W. Willard . . . .Winston-Salem Jerry Vaughn Willard . . . Kernersville Joyce Annette Tuckvviller Boone Mary Ethel Vanstory Olin Patricia Lane Vestal Jonesville Frances Elaine Walker Valdese Ivy Willis Walker Spindale Rebecca Ann Wall Dobson Paul Hunter Walsh Sherwood Darrel Gene Ward Sugar Gro e Martha Mae Williams . . . .Morganton Nancy Jane Williams .... Cramerton Billie Sue Willis Martinsville, Va. Buddy Wilson Hudson Glenwood Wilson Lenoir Martha Joan Wilson Chffside Ruhamah Yola Wilson Hickory Melba C. Witherspoon Jefferson Q f A O f O ( O c Cs xm " - 1 ' f ' rt m9.m Freshmen Patricia Jane Withrow .... Ellenboro Bill Clay Wood Warrenton, Va. Doris Woodie Jefferson Muriel Kathleen Wooten . . Morganton Mary Kathleen Wortman . . Lawndale Janice Lee Wray Draper Merry Louise Wrey Greensboro Glenda Sue Yarbrough Valdese Jim W ' ayn Yates Salisbury Bett - Sue Young Zionville y % part two EXTRA-CURRICULAR • ;? ' M -• - -■-tyw-.. ,r Activities Appalachian ofttrs to prospecti e teachers a well-rounded extra-curricular program that is beneficial, as well as enjoyable. For each student there is a club to suit his own particular needs and interest. Through these organizations, the students are able to grow in their appreciation oF the fine arts and the theater, to develop their creative talents, to voice their ideas, to promote pro- fessional interests, and to strengthen their Christian principles. I f m I Student Government Seated: Bub C ' aglf, Jim Fitc, Bill Passan, Kermit Sigmun, Lila Malune. Staiuiiiig: Royer Thomas, Spciiisor, Betty Swaim, Dolly Vanderlip, Sonn) Adkins, Carl V ' att, Ron Elliott, Pat Harrison, Irene Roach, Joyce OUis, Tommy Day. Bill Passan President Kermit Sigmon Vice-President Lila Malone Recording Secretary Bob Cagle Corresponding Secretary Joyce Ollis Senior Carl Wyatt Senior Student Council Ronald Elliott Freshman Betty Swaim Freshman Anna Boyce Winkler Editor Patrick Harrison Jerry Hutchins Assistant Editors 58 RHODODENDRON ► CtEorc.e Marion Joyce Lytl e Assistant Business Managers Nancy Harris Rjisiness Manaser EDITORIAL STAFF Seated: Dell Kemp, Jo Ann Ab- sher, Wilma Jones, Peggy Brit- tain, Tipton Greene, Sibyl Mc- Donald, Anna Boyce Winkler, Dickie Bolin, Rebecca Bingham, Coleen Triplett, and Carolyn King. ' " ' tk d BUSINESS STAFF Seated: Dixie Jackson, nnis Byers, Nancy Harris, Rheta Ram- sev, Sandra Cox, and Nellie Flar- ward. Standing: Loretta Hall, George W. Marion, Jr., Joyce Lytle, Nona Lawson, Dan Evans, and Gay Whitlow. CLASS EDITORS Seated: Betty Swaim, Bctt ' Ka ' Mayes, Willie Frye, Christine Jenkins, Jim Carter, Carol Har- rcll, Sue Wise, Don Abernathy. Standing: Jane Snyder, Mary Sue Banks, Rachel Triplett, Lou Floy Watts. The Appalachian A four-page, eight-column newspaper. The Appalachian is published by the students of the college. The editor and business manager are chosen in a campus- wide election and other positions are filled by interested students. New features of the paper this year include a ' Miss of the Month ' contest and many changes in layout and tvpe of print. Another added feature is the ' Personality of the Week ' column which honors some descr ing student in each issue. John Idol Editor Joan McLean htsiness Manas.er Sibyl McDonald. Sandra Caudel Associate Editors Carolyn Hutchins Assistant Business Manager -4 —- ?,r 4.-_ V BUSINESS STAFF Martha Watson, Betty Jo Perkins, Peggv Jo Joines, Joan McLean, Martha Ann Grady, Martha Good- son, Carolyn Hutchins, and Kay Bromeling. 3i a I £ C f b ' J.y i t EDITORIAL STAFF Seated: Dale Freeman, Sibyl McDonald, John Idol, and Sandra Caudill. Standing: Evelyn Fundcrburk, Jo Ann Ewing, Suzanne Triplett. Annis Byers, Eva Dula, Grace Hudson, Betty Hodges, Alaxine Cooper, Irene Roach, and Barbara Broun. SPORTS STAFF Seated: Gary Reid and Ronnie Christopher. Standing: Grady Sinclair, Toby Walsh, and Sonny Fields. CIRCULATION STAFF Seated: Rebecca A ' all, Maxic Lee Brann, and Chris- tine Jenkins. Standins.: Glenda Hall, Carolyn Klutt . Clara Mc- Call, and Pattie Sue Haga. The Appalachiaii in PROGRESS |ohn Idol and Sib l McDonald wait For a proof of a current newspaper. Seated: Betty Ann Pinkston, Sue Jane Harmon. Almeta W ' illard, Irene Roach, iNancy Frazier. Standing: Beth Davis. Joan McLean, David Mackorell, Jeanette Huffman, Don Roberts, Anna Bo ce Winkler, Bob Edwards, Peggy Wellborn. John Idol, Bill Snyder, Mar Ellen Bagwell. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Walter Broyhill Irene Roach Almeta Willard Harold Lower y Anna Boyce Winkler President Vice-President Secretary Council Representative Coinicil Representatii ' e Chi Lambda Chi Chi Lambda Chi is composed of all the presi- dents of campus clubs and organizations. The duties of this organization are to discuss and solve problems that arise within the various clubs, such as attendance, participation, finance, leadership, and parliamentary procedure. Chi Lambda Chi ser es as a co-ordinating unit for the Student Council and the student body through campus clubs and activities, as a clear- ing house for the various club activities, and as an ad isory body for club activities. This year the club organized and conducted the Homecoming Parade and had as a main obiecti c the revision and adaptation of a constitution lor each club on campus. Page One Hundred Six Pi Gamma Mu OFFICERS James Sawyer President John Idol Vice-Presideitt Nell Wilhelm Dinkins Secretary John Mitchell Justice Treasurer and Sponsor Helen Burgh Bobby R. Gates Edwin S. Dougherty Dr. V ' . S. Hoffman Mrs. F. L. Hoover V. C. Howell James F. Jones Ila T. Justice John Kjrk Viola Lorenzo Bill Lyons RuFus E. Reid, Jr. G. L. Sawyer Warren Sexton William F. Snyder Dr. D. J. W ' hitener Charles P. Woods Dr. J. G. YoDER JI : ' hw M —ir ' H Alpha Psi Omega Charles Hancock Grand Director Billy Frye Grand Business Manager Sarah Elizabeth Davis Grand Stage Manager Sandra Caudell Dale Freeman Mickey Hagler Grace Louise Kirk Don McDonald Maurice Stirewalt Joan Wilson Pi Kappa Delta Rosa Lee Axes Peggy Cathey Rachel Collins Harry Hensel Grace Hudson Rebecca Koontz Susan Nichols Dolly K. Phillips David Porter Sara Sigmon Dr. D. J. Whitener Leo K. Pritchett Sponsor Claudia Brittain Prt ' si •dent Sibyl McDonald Vict -President Iean Ingram Se cretarr Trea surer I IONORARY MEMBERS Dr. C; . P. Lgc;ers Dr. J. D. Rankin David R. 1 [ loDGIN Loris Shipman Cratis w ' iLLIAMS Pi Kappa Delta is a national honorary forensic 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, brotherly co- operation, and incentive for achie ' ement. Ts . . . Vj i i R LJ iii Page One Hundred Eight Beta Beta Beta Joan McLean President Sue Jane Harmon Vice-President Gaynelle Truitt . Secretary Dr. I. W. Carpenter, Jr. Sponsor Dr. Ray Derrick Sponsor Kent Robinson Sjjonsor Don Berkyhill Walter Broyhill )lM FiTE Caroiyn IIutchins Gus Clyde McKinney T. G. Phillips Mary Jane Seagle Kermit Sigmon Dorothy Simpson Emily Smith Wanda Smith William F. Snyder Jane Tester Page One Hundred Nine Claudius Absher Peggy Absher Bruce Anderson George Beasley Bob Cagle Ken Davis Donald Dodson Gwen Eller Sammy Floyd Kathy Frazier Roy Furr Ira Gambill Sam Greer Pat Harrison |ean Lindley Shirley Little Harold Lower y Betsy Moose Shirley Osborne Sara Richardson Willlam Scott Ralph Smith Bill Yarborough Pi Omega Pi OFFICERS Yvonne Vaughn Bob Edwards N VJMCY Harris Ianet Bollinger President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer The Gamma Psi Chapter ot Pi Omega Pi, the National Business Education Honorary Fraternity, received its charter in May, 1955. This organization is one of eighty-six active chapters in the United States. To qualify for membership, the members possessed superior standards of scholarship, citizenship, and high ethical standards. JC, (p l3 O O f f ( n O i tit ' OOti UCP Seated: Mrs. Ruth Brooks, Sponsor, Carolyn Wall, Jane Foil, Becky Bingham, President, Anna Boyce Wink- ler, Vice-President, Nancy McLean, Secretary, Lila Malone, Treastirer, Sue Jane Harmon, Joyce Ollis, Sybil Ray, Wynelle Whisnant. Standing: Peggy Thomas, Carolyn Surratt, Syhia Adcock, Ann Hudson, Joan Tarr, Sarah Davis, Joan Foy, Delores Miller, Margaret Lawson, Chaplain, Janice Lit- tle, Sue Wise, Mar) ' Sue Banks, Annie Sue Cline, Ann Cottrell, Carol Mackie, Opal Hartsell, Pat Harwood, Reporter, Ann Moon, Barbara Winkler, Gretchen Mer- ritt, Nancy Harris, Reporter. Ellen Long, Pcgg ' Brit- tain, Mary Lawson, Jean Earl Hawks, Betty Smith, Joyce Byers, Libby Allen, Joyce Little, Nona Lawson, Lorene Marshall, Velna Hall, Suzanne Keeter, Martha Carter, Emogene Br ant. The purpose of the Vemician Society is to broaden the outlook of the student through intellectual endea ' or, cultural growth, social fellowship, and community serv- ice. New members are nominated and elected by the old members. LIpperclassmen and transfer students are in- itiated in the fall quarter and freshmen in the spring. The club is active in work with underprivileged chil- dren. Other activities include a tea for the May Court and their guests, and this year, the girls assisted the Alumni Association with Homecoming Activities. The society is under the sponsorship of Mrs. Ronald Brooks. Vernician Society Rebecca Bingham Miss Vernician Society Page One Htmdred Eleven Dr. McMunny talks things over with the girls Daiiph-Blan Ihe residents of Newland share a hmgh with Rev. Riitchinson Religious Emphasis Week A little red man with a large thumb introduced Religious Emphasis Week on Campus this year September 29-October 3. The theme for the week s acti ities was " Are you a Hitch Hiker? " Bishop George Henry, Bishop of the Diocese of Western North Carolina, from Trinity Episcopal Church in Asheville, was the keynote speaker of the week. Other speakers were Dr. Carl W. McMurray, pas- tor of the First Presbyterian Church in Marion; and Mr. Hutchinson, pastor of the First Methodist Church in Thomasville. The week ' s events began Sunday with the speakers isiting the various churches. During the week Bishop Henry spoke to the classes in Assem- bly. On Monday afternoon ever ' one enjoyed a Hitcii Hiker ' s Social Hour. The acti itics began each nis ht with a singspiration, followed by semi- nars, and ended with dorm discussions. To end the week ' s activities. Bishop Henry spoke to a mass meeting on Thursday night using the theme lor the week, " Are You a Hitch Hiker? " " Who ' s in the Driver ' s Seat? " is discussed hy Bishop Henry Mr. Hutchinson and Dr. McMitrray eat with, Wilma and Bill Religious Council OFFICERS Bill Sisti ' der President Sonny Adkins Vice-President Mary Ellen Bagwell Secretary John AIcLegd Treasurer Seated: Bill Snyder, Sonny Adkins, Mary Ellen Bagwell, Sandra Caudell, Ruby Elkins, Jeannette HufFman. Statiding: Almeta Willard, Don Abemathy, Arnold Ashley, Bob Edwards, Jimmy Houston, Bob Bare- field. Hal Silver, Maxie Lee Brann, Joyce Redding, W ' ilma Jones, Betty Anne Pinkston. The Religious Council is composed of the presi- dents and two other members from each of the church affiliated groups, the YWCA, the YMCA, and the Christian Teachers Club. The function of the council is to bring to closer harmony all religious organizations on campus. Sponsoring an annual Religious Emphasis Week, this group invites widely-known speakers to the campus. This year the council sponsored a New Year ' s union serxice, which is slated to become an annual affair. The group also sponsored the student ' s da of prayer on our campus. Page One Hundred Thirteen Baptist Student Union EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Seated: Charles Webb, President; Carol Easter; loyce Redding; Grace Under- wood; Emily Smith, Third Vice Presi- dent; Marth Phillips. Standini!,: Danny Garner, President of Freshman Council; J. C. Boone; Tom Ilolcomb; Jim Greene, Spo)isor. First row: Charles Webb, Emily Smith, Carol Easter, J. C. Boone, Danny Garner, Tom Holcomb, Grace Underwood, Jim Greene. Second row: Harris Seevine, Joyce Redding, Barbara Dodson, X ' iolet Berrier, Marth Phillijis, Lau- rine Moore, Pat Withrow, Judy McCurry. TJiird ro v: Dave Holcomb, Henry Holcomb, Bob Parker, Lou Jane Elliot, Mike Carmichael, Sarah Sigmon, Eloise McBee, Barbara Price, Chris Jenkins. Fourth row: Lorene Poteat, Martha Jean Houlk, Jean Watts, Gretel Biggerstatt, Sherrill Jenkins, Charles Helms, Jack Baker, Robert Phillips, Peggy Joines. Fifth row: Ethel Lou Thomas, Nellie Harward, Loretta Hall, Jack laylor, Bobb Joe Harris, Toby Walsh, Jane Ardrey, Lou Floy Watts. Westminster Fellowship OFFICERS Sonny Adkins President Peggy Carter Vice-President Gail Lowrance Secretary Jimmy Willard Treasurer Christian Teachers Club OFFICERS David AL ckorell President Don Abernatmy Vice-President Ruby Elkins Secretarx-Treastircr Westminster Fellowship Christian Teachers Club First row. Mrs. McDaniel, Blanche Blevins, Edith Hous- ton, Don Abernathy, Jim Carter, Lance Carlson, Sylvia Laird, Kay Propst, Woodie Wilson. Second row: Mr. McDaniel, Carolyn Horn, Sammy Mc- Call, Page Thompson, Sonny Adkins, Da id Mackorell, Mrs. P arker, Sponsor. Seated: Da id Mackorell, Don Abernathy, Ruby Elkii Sylvia Laird, Gail Jones, Jim Carter. Standing: Jerry Eller, Ray Cleere, Martha Goodson. Page One Hundred Fifteen Lutheran Student Association First row: jeanettc Huffman, Don Roberts, Ailene Lutz, Pattie Sue Haga, Edward Taylor, Maxie Brann, Jimmy Houston. Second row. Billie Ruth Townson, Clara Mc- Call, Richard Shaw, Betty Kay Mayes, Midge Roberts, Janis Mahaffey, Carolyn Klutz. Third row: Walton Cole, Ethel Townson, Margaret Townson, Peggy Jolly, Ray Cleere, Norris Reitzel, Ronald Wise, E. T. Troutman. Young Women ' s Christian Association First row: Mary Sue Banks, Nancy Rimmer, Almeta Wil- lard, Blanche Ble ' ins, Beauie Morton, Opal Hartsell, Bobbie Henley, Tweet Files, Pat Withrow. Second row: Rosa Lee Ates, Mary Trexler, Mary Jean Marshall, Cor- nelia Barker, Mary Ellen Bagwell, Julia Lambert, Muriel Masten, Betty Ann Pinkston, Sibyl MacDonald, Betty Jane Conley, Joyce Lytle, Linda Lyon, Edna Tisdel. Third row: Carolyn Seats, Peggy Brown, Peggy Jolly, Ann Greene. ' . ' ' n f;nr rjr ■4 f n r) ( Lutheran Student Association OFFICERS Ieanette Huffman President Don Roberts Vice-President Arlene Lutz Secretary Ann Eliott TrertSiirer Young Women ' s Christian Association OFFICERS Almeta Willard President Blanche Blevins Vice-President Beauie Morton Secretary Opal Hartsel Treasurer Wes ley Foundation OFFICERS Mary Ellen Bagwell President Kermit Sigmon J St Vice-Presidetit Sibyl McDonald 2nd Vice-President Vickie Moose Secretary Melvin Martin Treasurer Bill Snyder Religious Council Representative Canterbury Club OFFICERS Betty Pinkston President Sandra Caudell Vice-President Connie Daniel Secretary-Treasurer Wesley Foundation Canterbury Club Firs! row: Bob Bareficld, Director, Bill Snyder, Mehin Martin. Vickie Moose. Sibyl McDonald. Kermit Sigmon, Mary Ellen Bagwell. Second row: Julia Lambert. Donna Jones, Johnsie Ellis, Ethyl Story. Margaret Chui. Penny Kirk, Alice Hinson, Rosa Lee Ates, Colleen Triplett. Third row: Nancy Crowell, Agnes White, Kathleen Miller, Mary Lou Carpenter, John Rufty, Faye Elmore, Jane Conley, Gary Reid, High Martin, Martha Williams. Fourth row: Jerry Hutchins. Pat Harrison. Rebecca Bingham. Palmer Bailey, Frances Gettys. V ' ilma Jones. Earl Kipka. Bill Byerly, Carolyn Wiles. Fifth row: Clark Ford, Sybil Dwiggins, Sam Marshall, Florence Payne, Almeta XA ' illard, Paul Knight, Mar- garet Trantham, Carolyn Surratt, Irene Roach, Flo CoUette, Mary West. Sixth roiv: Mrs. Dena Cedeyco, Dr. Max Dixon, Mrs. Dixon, Joe Mills, Bob Burris, Parks Garrison, Max Lippard, Dale Holland, Dee Morgan, Vincent Leong. first row: Betty Pinkston, Sandra Caudcll, Connie Daniel, Father INIcDuffie, Second row: Kay Bromeling, Carol Foster, Tom Bromeling, Mu riel Wooten, Dale Freeman, Wavne Miller. Page One Hundred Seventeen Young Men ' s Christian Association First WW. Ciirroll Daniels, Bill Snyder, Clark Ford, Billy Combs, Parks Garrison, Danny Heavner, Har ey Lee, Dick Adams. Second row: Ted Betchler, Dean Brown, Horace Mabry, Ha! Silver, Don Perry, Rex Yates, Ron aid Shelton, Richard Moser, Nixon Williams, Richard Blackburn, Donny Hefner, Arnold Ashley, Ira Cambill, Morris Walker, Ervin Haliburton, A. C. Er ' in. Bob Edwards Dan Evans Charles Helms Sam Marshall Don Phillips OFFICERS President Vice-President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer BASKETBALL TEAM First roil ' : Carroll Daniels, Ronald Shelton, Morris Wal- ker, Danny Hefner. Second row: Nixon Williams, Rex Yates, Donald Phillips. Dan Perry, Richard Moser. The Playcrafters OFFICERS Dale Freeman Secretary Willie Frye ' ice-Presideiil Mickey Haigler Editor Play-RiU Miss Johnston Sponsor Beth Davis Presidevt Jane Marshall Treasurer Penny Kirk Historian First rmv: Carolyn Arnall. Penny Kirk, Joyce Pope, Sandx- Brown, Barbara Brown, Sibyl Thomas, Dixie Jackson, Emilie Hovis, Henrietta Hensley, Adele Williams. Rosa Lee Ates. Blanche Blevins. Ann Costner, Connie Daniels. Second row: Larr ' Branch, Peggy Cathey, Violet Berrier. Kay Bromeling, Jern- Hutchins, Muriel Wooten, Ruth Fo. , Martha Watson, Janice Burris, Evelyn Funderburk, Joan Miller, Janet Kimball, Tweet Files, Beauie Morton, Charles Hancock, Maurice Stirewalt. Th ' rJ raw. Mickev Hagler, Dale Freeman, Maxinc Cooper, Thomas Vance, Don McDonald, Beth Davis, Donna Wilson, Willie Frye, Jean Earl Hawks, Mary Ruth Johnson, Sponsor. Fmirth rmv: Don Files, Lou Floy V ' atts, Doris Kazlou- ski. Edward Stevens, Jeanne Fleming, Lou Jane Elliott, Henry Holcomb. Lowell Dotson, David Roberts, Kenneth Clawson, Dottie Abemathy, Eloise Franks, Joanne McNeil, Barbara Ed- wards. Frances Ccttys, Betty Mol ' fitt. Mary Kay Bradley. Jane Marshall. F K l wj A b li « H The PlaycraFters is composed of students interested in any phase of dramatics. During the year, several one-act plays and one or two three-act plays are presented by the group. The club also enters a play in the C. D. A. festival at Chapel Hill each year. The group sponsors a local drama festival for high school dramatic groups in this area. 1 his year the club is progressing under the guidance of its new sponsor, Miss Johnston. I -I a ii --i I LH i M i iSffifigi iiii m-- 1, Band OFFICERS Jimmy Stokes John Kilby Betsy Witt President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer First row: James Stokes, Daisv Ross, Pegg ' Carter, Francis Dixon, Mary Robinson, Sidra Coe. Second roiv: Jimmy Laughridge, Tommy Byrd, Reid Masten, Nancy Rimer, Maxine Cooper, Marvin McLean, Arthur Brown, Betsy Witt, Joann Miller, Bea er Rohinette. Third row: Ed Keesler, Sam- my McCall, Sybil Dwiggins, Eddy Harrington, Bobby Taylor, John Kilby, Donald Lee Young, James Willard, Jerry Aiken, Delores Miller, Fred Reynolds, Jim Dellinger. Fourth row: Mr. William Spencer, Director, Tom Bromeling, Bett} ' Jo Perkins, Carol Lowman, Don Gibbons, Bob Dorton, Barbara Ray, Franklin Adkins, Linda Lowe, Gray Holshouser, Ted Buck- land, Camilla Graeber, Margaret Muse, Marie Teague, John Wrenn, Jimmy James, Harry Mamlin. Not pictured: Gloria Price, Da id Eddie- Orchestra VioVuis: Jimmy Dellinger, Cynthia St lcs, Lucile I lassell, Pat Cireen, Peggy Carter, Jackie Boswell, Edith Houston, Eva Danay Erneston, Ann Moon, Maria Erneston, Jerry Aiken. Violas: Beaver Robinette, Ed Har- rington, Carmen Guy. French Horns: Delores Miller, Fred Reynolds, Wanda Weese. Truvipcts: Camilla Graeber, Bobby Taylor. Tromhmies: Jimmy James, I. D. Wrenn. Percussion: Molly Agle, Bob Dorton, CelU: Elizabeth Fox, Flarry Mamlin, Betsy Witt, Tom Bromeling. Bass: Duane Best. Flutes: Da id Eddleman, Mary Robinson. Oboe: William Spencer. Clarinets: James Stokes, Daisy Ross. Bassoon: John Ralph Buchanan. William Spencer Director Nicholas Erneston Conductor Page One Hundred Twenty-one Chorus OFFICERS DuANE Best Dale Holland jackie boswell President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer First row: Christine Jenkins, Ann Dodd, Carolyn Bowden, Florence Payne, Peggy Carter, Mrs. Virginia Linney, Director. Catherine Watkins, Judy McCurry, Carmen Guy, Arlene Lutz, Donna Jones. Second row: Sue Daniels, Mary Elizabeth Nixon, Mary Robinson, Ann Moon, Dorothy Bumgarner, Sharon Waldorf, Jackie Boswell, Julia Faye Broyles, Linda Duke, Susan Ford, Gail Lowrance, Janice Harris, Ina Royall. Third row: Robert Dorton, Horace Mabry, Dale Holland, Charles White, Pat Har- rison, Duane Best, Houston Presnell, Jerry lones, Kenneth Shumaker, Larry Branche, Glenn Miller, Sand Beam, J. C. Boone. Fmtrth row: Lowell Dotson, E erctt Elledge. Bob Parker. Kermit Sigmon, Larry Joe Dove. Page One Hundred Twenty-two Appalachian Chorale First row: Arlene Lutz, Pegg Carter, Linda Duke, Sharon Waldorf, Hoyt Safrit, Director, Mary Elizabeth Nixon, Carolyn Bowden, Betsy Witt, Gay Clayton. Second row: Bobby Taylor, Da id Eddleman, jimmy Dellinger, Bob Gilley, E ■erette Elledge, Sandy Beam, Jim Laughridge, Bill Ledbetter. Pianist: Miss Elizabeth Fox. Organist: James Rooker. Appatones First row: Tom Bromeling, Jimmy Stokes, Marvin Mc- Lean, Bea er Robinette, Tom Byrd, Ed Keesler. Second row: Wofford Huskey, Mr. Nicholas Erneston, J. D, Wrenn, limmy James. Bill Sneed, Bobby Taylor, Eddy Harrington, Camilla Graeber. Appalachian Chorale ' - ¥ Appatones ( ,11 Sdiidlnira Artist and Lecture Series i : M. J he LJdii Cossacks The Diihliu Ph The GriKS Roots Opera Music Education Club OFFICERS Jimmy Stokes President Beaver Roblnette Vice-President JACKIE BOSWELL Secretary Camilla Graeber Treas irer Peggy Carter Proiirnm Chairman Math Club OFFICERS Nancy Frazier President Pat McGee ' ice-President Loii Floy Watts Secretary Music Education Club Seated: Bea cr Robinctte, Jackie Bosuell, Camilla Grae- ber, Peggy Carter, Ina Royali, Aurelia Cannon, Florence Payne, Ann Dodd. Standiiiii: Bob Taylor, Carolyn Lowman, Janice Harris, Horace Mabry, Jimmy Dellinger, Sandy Beam, Lowell Dotson, Gray Holsbouser, Mary Robinson, Eddie Har- rington, Tom Bromeling, Daisy Mae Ross. Math Club Ronald Wise, Mr. Simpson, Carol Ragland, Nancy Frazier, Pat McGee, Eou Floy Watts, Addie Thomas, Louise Bollinger, Bobbie Plott, Edward Ste ens. Page One Hundred Tweiity-fii ' e Home Economics Club Front roiv: Miss Sharp, Sponsor, Jeanette Huffman. Peg- gy Lonon, Nancy Crowell, Jo Ann McKinney, Miss Ishee, Sponsor. First row: Nona Lawson, Linda Lyons, Shirley Hartso, Janice Moore, Maxine Brenner, Carolyn Wall, Eloise McBee, Kathleen Harnett, Elva Howard, Connie Daniel. Second row: Eva Rae Swing, Ruth Nixon, Janice Pendle, Minnie Snead, Celia Graham, Betty Jane Conley, Henrietta Hensley, Lou Carpenter, Brenda Mast, Margaret Storie. Third row: Clara Mc- Call, Glenna Brinkley, Francis Roope, Ruby Hope, Bob- bie McNair, Nancy Moore, Sarah Klutz, Martha Carter. Library Science Club Seated: Don Roberts, Betty Ann Pinkston, Bobbie Stall ings, Hazel Jarvis, Miss Query, Sponsor, Mrs. Justice, Sponsor, Carrie Morrell, Dell Kemp, Jane Snyder. Stand- ing: Ann Sebastian, Peggy Jones, Jerlean Murph, Joyce Pope, Tomasine Orr, Ruth Swicegood, Carmen Guy, Grace Underwood, Ronald Murray, Rosalie Hawkins, Judith Drawdy. Home Economics Club OFFICERS Jeanette Huffman President Peggy Lonon Vice-President Nancy Crowell Secretary-Treasurer Library Science Club OFFICERS Don Roberts Preside it Betty Anne Pinkston Vice-President Bobbie Stallings Secretary Hazel Jarvis Treasurer International Relations Club OFFICERS Sammy Floyd President George Beasley Vice-President Edith Houston Secretary Nell Wilhelm Treasiirer Science Club OFFICERS Walter Broyhill President Gaynell Truitt Vice-President Carolyn Hutchins Secretary-Treasurer International Relations Club Seated: Rosalie Hawkins, Mary Jean Walters, Sammy Floyd, George Beasley, Edith Houston, Nell Wilhelm, Jo Ann Absher. Standing: Alma Burkett, Joe Alexander, Bobby Edwards, Richard Blackburn, Bill Dechent, Glen Hentschel, Dick Culyer, Maxine Wea ' er, Dr. William Hoffman, Sponsor. Science Club Seated: Sue Jane Harmon, Syble Ray, Mary Lou Car- penter, Sammy McCall, Carolyn Hutchins, Walter Broyhill, Gaynell Truett, Joanne McLean, Joyce Lytle, Sibyl McDonald. Second roiv: Jean Ingram, Sibyl Dwig- gins, Carol Ragland, Jack Sizemore. Third row: Bobbie Lou Plott, Nancy Frazier, Jim Fite, Penny Kirk, Ronald Wise, Don Houser, Bill Snyder, Kenneth Clawson, R. L. Miller, Robert Walker, Jessie Conley, Robert Barker, Don Whelen, Starr Stacy, Sponsor. Page One Hundred Twenty-seven Future Teachers of America Seated: Peggy Welborn, Mary Ruth Stansel, Barbara Campbell, Anna Wright, Emma Jean Patton, Martha Gibble, Joanne McNeil, Ann Costner, Nancy Rimmcr. Standing: Carol Perrell, Blanche Blevins, Sylvia Laird, Ann Spainhour, Sheila Todd, Johnsie Ellis, Martha Wil- liams, Shirley Johnson, Nell Swofford, Francis Gettys. House Matrons and Dormitory Presidents Seated: Mrs. J. B. Majette, Miss Majorie Kelley, Miss Lena Nichols, Mrs. Stewart Winkler, Miss Helen Stew- art, Mrs. W. H. Bell, not pictured. Standing: Becky Bingham (acting president); Lorene Parker, Marie Teague, Virginia Sullivan, Mary Alice Patton, not pictured. Future Teachers of America OFFICERS Peggy Welborn President Mary Ruth Stansel Vice-President Barbara Campbell Secretary Anna Wright Treasurer House Matrons and Dormitory Presidents OFFICERS President, Harold Lovven ' ; Vice-President, Ralph Earn- hardt; Secretary, Margaret Absher; Treasurer, Claudius Absher. riw Bi ' siness Cluh practices its hitsiuess by selling leat L-R " badges to boost the school spirit. First row. Harold Lowery, Ralph Earnhardt, Pegg ' Absher, Claudius Absher, Shirley Osborne, Lorene Parker, Nancy Sides, Phyllis Green, Bruce Anderson, Gene Eutts, Craig Allen. Second row: Harry Upchurch, Peggv Holland, Gaile Lovvrance, Joan Wilson, Mary Ann Buchanan, Katherine Frazier, Janet Bollinger, June Rhyne, Francis Raney, La Nelle Ratledge, Patsy Teal, Charles Graham. Third row: Chuck Giannotti, Cecil Houck, Douglas Phillips, Bob Cagle, Richard Lane, Robert Hendrix, Bobby Edwards, Ira Gambill, Thomas Little, Charles Helms, Kirk Brookshire, Norris Reitzel, Larry Branch, Glenvvood Wilson, Bobby Joe Harris, Willie Gentry. Business Club s K 2i li b " B Association of Childhood Education OFFICERS Buddy Wishon President ROSLYN WiLKERSON Vice-President Carolyn Surratt Secretary Barbara Winkler Treasurer Varsouvianna OFFICERS Sue Jane Harmon President Ierry Hutchins Vice-President Nancy Harris Secretary-Treasurer Association of Childhood Education Seated: Peggy Brittain, Ann Hoover, Maxie Brann, Buddy Wishon, Barbara Winkler, Anna Boyce Winkler, Cor- nelia Barker, Nell Swofford. Standing: Joyce Byars, Wilma Jones, Joyce Little, Susie Keeter, Mary Alan Boozer, Lillian Reynolds, Mavin Hudson, Donna Jones. Varsouvianna First row: Peggy Thomas, Jim Fite, Joyce Ollis, Jerry Hutchins, Sue Jane Harmon, Jack Sizemore, Sybile Ray, Walter Broyhill. Second row: Sandra Caudill, Bob Edwards, Carolyn Ar- nold, Thomas Woodruff, Nancy Harris, Tom Holcomb, Arlene Lutz, Everett Elledge, Dixie Jackson, Thomas Beck, Mary West, Parks Garrison, Floretta CoUette, Bill McNeil. Pagfi One Hundred Thirty Flying Fish Vince Leong, William Harvey, Aaron Carroll, Rachael Crowe, Carol Easter, Peggy Thomas, Sally Lytch, Nancy Eller, Jan Canipe, Kermene Colson, Arlene Lutz, Phyllis McRary, Nancy Gray Da ' is, Irene Roach, Nancy Dee Penick, Mary Ellen Baker, Mary Alice Patton, Ruth Bondurant. Not pictured: Jack Sizemore, Maxie Dovvell, Betsy Witt, Fred Reynolds, Gene Klontz. Modern Dance Irene Roach, Sandy Brown, Sara Carter, Rose Ann Mc- Daniel, Esther Swain, Emogene Bryant, Kermene Col- son, Barbara Watkins, Joe Walker, John Walker, Aaron Carroll, and Adele Williams. Flying Fish OFFICERS Rachael Crowe President Fred Reynolds Vice-President Sally Lytch Secretary Mary Alice Patton Treasurer Modern Dance OFFICERS Irene Roach President Emogene Bryant Vice-President Barbara Watkins Secretary-Treasurer Appalettes OFFICHRS jOAN FOY Captain Sandra Caudell First Lieutenant Shirley Parker Second Lieutenant Phyllis McRary Second Lieutenant Majorettes Appalettes First row: Shirley Parker, Shelva Flawkins, Grace Rawl- ings, Carol Faster, Fthel Vanstory, Emilie Harris, Bar- bara Campbell, Phyllis McRary. Second roiv: Dot Keerley, Sherrill Jenkins, Janet Kim- ball, Sandra Caudell, Dawn Davis, Joan Foy, Ann Sloan, Carol E ans, ami |udith Porter. Majorettes Left to right: Sue Wise, Carol Mackie, Jeanne Fleming Delores Miller, Annie Sue Cline, Janice Little. Page One Hundred Thirty-two Junior Counselors Seated: Christine Jenkins, Sandra Caudell, Jeanette Dickson, Joyce Lytle, Shirley Osborne, Emma Jean Bry- ant, Martha Carter, Lila Malone, and Nancy Sides. Standing: Blanche Blevins, Carol Harrell, Bonnie Pas- sour, Pat McGee, Dolly Vanderlip, Sibyl McDonald, and Ann Costner. Junior Marshals First row: Sybile Ray, Carolyn Wall, Joyce OUis, Nancy Harris, Joan Gotten, Anna Boyce Winkler, and Mary Ellen Goforth. Second row: Paul Hinshaw, John Idol, Ted Watson, Dickie Bolin, lim Fife, and Bill Passan. Junior Counselors Junior Marshals u» m m- :: » " jM» iNiiftiiilii||»iiiiiiijJ» ' ps»gi ; Athletics Athletics play an important part in the program at Appalachian. Ph sical develop- ment and true sportsmanship are considered worthwhile objectives in the training of teachers. Opportunitv For participation in intercollegiate games or in the varied intramural activities is open to all, and genuine and enthusiastic support of the team is a campus tradition. Bob Broome, Head Coach Front row. Watson, Burleson, Smith, Gardiner, Beaver, Bolin, Robinson, Miller, justice, Raxter, Steele, Passan. Second row: White, Upton, Midkiff, Harvey, Walker, Garringer, Druton, Jones, Britton, Gammons, Cartrette, Fox, Anderson. Third roic: Carter, Mclntyre, Stamey, McKinney, Ingram, Wilson, Cox, Triplett, Davis, Watson, Adams, Hall, Guffy, Morrison, Alerrere. Fourth row. Dunnigan, Day, Walker, Wilson, Mauldin, Cobb, Ponis, j. Day, White, Savage, Roberge, Dunn, Conger, Starrette, Glcndcnning. Coaching Staff Left to right: Bill Alheim, Bob Breit- stein. Bob Broome, John Kirk, Joe Wheeling. • U- Co-Ciipliiiiis I ' l ' . ' d Iriplctu ..;..; iJ ..:: U ptuii irhli CciIl j Bub Bruouu Bud Garringer, Center Dick Roberc e. Center Dickie Bolin, Cci .t; Carl Messere, Center TJwse carh spring, practice drills ! . ' Dean LIpton HaJflmck Glenwood Wilson Halfback Bill Passan Halfback Doug Mauldin Halfback Managers: First row. Tom Day, Garl Draughn, and Harold Beam. Second row: Henrv lones, Tom Finley, and Joe Alexander. Trainers: Bill Smitherman, Paul Hinshaw, and Pete iMcCraw. S if sns {fl ■ .tT, ■ ' " i V .0 ' ' ' ' I Joe Walker Halfback Iack Steele Halfback Bill Stamey Halfback Don Gardiner Halfback Appalachian breaking through ! Paul Brittain Tackle Randall Anderson Tackle Robert White Tackle Wayne Everhart Tackle Jim Conger Tackle Reggie Starrett Tackle THE SEASON Appalachian 14 Presbyterian 7 Appalachian 7 East Tennessee 20 Appalachian 25 Western Carolina Appalachian 6 Elon 20 Appalachian Lenoir Rhvne 38 Appalachian (J Catawba 19 Appalachian 19 Emorv and Henrv 7 Appalachian 7 East Carolina 6 Appalachian 7 Cuilford 14 Appalachian 9 Tampa University 26 v The Mouiitniiieers arc hrouoht down for a first down. Sam Gammon Tackle Bob Morrison Tackle William Guffev Tackle Tommy ' ILSO ' Quarterback JOHN Walker Quarterhnck |ACK IlISTICE Oiiarterhack DeWayne Millner Ouarterhack Ansel Glendenning Quarterback Ted Watson Center Aggie Hiatt HaJfhack Calvin Burlenson End Jack Ponis End Jim Day End Ray Davis End David Day End Claude Midriff Fullback Claude Savage Ftillhack Bill Harvey FiiUhack n i ■ «l «L ■ ' 3 Ijl ' ' f v. 1 " -%»»f?« i«Sii.. ' J. " Bob Dunnigan FitUhack Phillip Triplett Guard Jerry Dunn Guard Jack White Guard Joe Davis Dean L1i ' io RoscoE Marshall ,Vl Widenhouse |l i Idinls Coach n n Page One Hundred Forty three Max Hiatt, Captain Basketball Kent Mosely Robert Light Assistant Coach Head Coach First row: Bill Lee, Robert Burgess, Harold Lynch, lim Kinney, Kay Hiatt, Bill Caroway, Max Hiatt, Ansel Glendinning, John Sigmon, Manager. Sec- ond row: Coach Light, Carl Wyatt, Don King, Lvnn Mise, Bill Mueller, Willard SwiFt, Rick Howe, Tom Muse, Bill Biggs, John Greene, Man- ager. Rick Howe Ansel Glendinning Bill Mueller WiLLAED Swift Harold Lynch Tom Muse Don King Carl Wyatt Kay Hi ATT Bill Biggs Bill Caraway liM Kinney h Junior Varsity Basketball First row. Coach Moseley, Jack Armstead, Tal- madge Solomon, Jim Newton, Bob Boyd, James Houser, John Sigmon, Manager. Second row: John Williams, Wally Henry, Tom Hambright, Eddie Brame, John Ponis, James Foshee, John Greene, Manager. mMM First WW. Roy Bragg, Richard Jones, Bill Harvey, Dvviglit Witty, Bill Brown, Kermit Ashley, Ernest Combs, Jerry Daniels. Second roir: R. W. Watkins, Conch, Bill Lee, Manager, Dean Edmisten, Joe Roper, Charles Helms, Hoyle Dun- can, Willie Rea, Bill McNeil, Bobby Beane, Larry Scott, I larry Llixhiirch, Manager. w res Richard Jones Joe Roper DwiGHT Witty Willis Rea Bill Brown Roy Bragg Bill Harvey Ernest Combs Jerry Daniels Charles Helms Kermit Ashley Charles Eaker ling Kneeling: Jerry Daniels, Ernest Combs, Kermit Ashle -, Bill Brown, Dvvight Witty. Standing: Willie Rea, Bill Har ey, Richard Jones, Roy Bragg, Joe Roper. .,tV»-»% MVJ tt,. ( ••% liaTlM r iT v L " » iiEtncu lUtTini •KitUij iKtruit 9 f f f f ' ' -. f it it % i i « t it Back roir: Jack Phillips, AssistoMf Coach; Jerry Peoples, Rex Kilby, Sam Travis, Ben McGee, Les- ter Grimes, Jim Michaels, Phil Triplcttc, Carl Mot- singer, Al Matthews, Coach. Front row: Chi Smith, R. E. Shaw, Charles Wil- liams, Blaine Froneberger; Bobby Carlton, Jim Mask, Ken Davis, Don Alexander, John Watling- ton, Bobbv Clark. Baseball iCJi Al Matthews, Coach Jack Phillips, Assistant Coach Page One Hunched fiflv Jim Mask Blaine Froneberger John Watlington Charles Williams Bobby Clark Guy Smith R. E. Shaw Bob Carlton liar--- ' - ti n- % . m«M« n 1- i ' ilr,. ' •-1 ■ ,., ' ' 1 Phil Triplett Ben McGee Carl Motsinger Lester Grimes Don Alexander Sam Travis Kenneth Ray Davis Rex Kilby Dale Holland LiLA Malone Bill Peters |oYCE Ollis Chief )erry Hutchins Sylvia Adcock Cheerleaders The cheerleaders are very closel) ' associated with the arious athletic actixities on campus. Under the direction of Dr. John Van Noppen, this group works to promote interest in sports and sportsmanship during intercollegiate acti ities. The cheerleaders are chosen on a competitive basis each spring and the chief cheerleader is chosen in a campus-wide election. This year the cheerleaders, with the aid of some of the business men in town and the college faculty, were able to attend the football game at Tampa, Florida. The group, through the generosity of the athletic department, was able to obtain new uniforms this vear. Ernest Taylor Nancy Sides Tom Holcomb JETTY Smith M e n s Club OFFICERS Benny Martin (not pictured) President Martin Banner Vice-President Dickie Bolin Secretary Jerry Gates Treasurer Tom Finley Sergeant-at-amis Paul Hinshaw Chaplain Across: Jerry Gates, Dickie Bolin, Tom Finley, Martin Banner, Paul Hinshaw. Standing left: Roscoe Marshall, Carl Drau.ahn, Kermit Ashley, Al Widenhouse, Carl Motsinger, Sam Travis, Dean Upton, Ansel Glendenning, Carl Wvatt, Joseph Roper, Ted Watson, Willard Swift, Lynn Mize, Ben McKee, Jim Mask, Jim Michaels, John Watlington, Gene I ey, Claud Midkiff, Fred Brown, Jack White, Ernest Combs, Bill Passan, and Jerry Daniels. Paae One Hundred Fifty-three Women ' s " A " Club Faye Colijns Maxine Dowell Jane Wiley Foil Sally Lytch Mildred Mabe Martha Noblitt Irene Roach Dolly V vnderlip Page One Hundred Fifty-four Women ' s Athletic Association OFFICERS Sally Lynch DoLi Y Vanderlip Nancy Cook Mary Alice Patton Presicle}it Vice-President Secretary Treasurer BASKETBALL Sally Lynch, Ramnna Burns. Ruth Bondu rant, Carol Sihey, Wanda Wecse, Irene Roach, Carol Harrcll, Joyce Quer) ' . SOFTBALL First row: Jovcc Jackson, Jan McNeely, Nor- ma Harhin, Jackie Hunlas. Second row: Skeet Smith. Mollie Co] ard, Ethel Lou Thomas, Nelda Clifton. VOLLEYBALL Phyllis Holland, Nancy Cook, Jean Os- hornc, Barbara Kelly, Edna Baucom, Cornelia Shaw, Bcttv Smith, Norma Freeman. SPEEDBALL AND SOCCER Nancy Filer, Elaine Harris, Nancy Wood- ruff, Francis Lee Dixon, Betty Koontz, Ann Elliott, Violet Barrier, Nancy Hamby, Linda Olson, Carol E ' ans, Gail Templeton, Billy Sue Willis, Shirley Johnson. Intramurals BADMINTON Kermene Colson Skeet Smith TENNIS Grace Sentell Mary Alice Patton ARCHERY Mary Brown Linda Lowe Intramurals PING PONG Joyce Query Faye Garrison W ' .A. l. ill action Women ' s Athletic Association The club is composed of the sir ' s who are physical education majors and of other students who are interested in this field. The activities of the W.A.A. are centered along the lines of physical education and exercise. They include volleyball in the fall, basketball in winter, and softball in spring. By participating in these activities, girls earn points which apply toward " A " Club membership. The group sponsors an intramural program for non-majors and majors. This year the girls ' basketball team has competed with many of the nearby colleges. |0Nv t u At Appalachian special abilities, qualities, and achieve- ments receive desened recognition. On the following pages are those who have been placed in these positions of honor by their teachers and fellow-students. Mi to • ' - Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges On the basis of service, citizenship, extracurricular activity, scholarship, and promise ot future usefulness, twenty-nine Appalachian students are listed in " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. " The book is [uibhshed to proxide an incentive for students to get the most out of college and to recognize those who ha e been outstanding. Tapped in recognition ol Icatlcrship and character, statements are nationallv honored b this organization and benefit from its student placement ser ' ice. Mary Ellen Bagwell Alvis L. Corum Richard A. Bolin Jim Fite Walter Broyhill Sue Jane Harmon Gene Butts Nancy Harris Bob Cagle Paul Hinshaw Ji L. Idol. |r. Claude Midriff LiLA Malone Gary Glenn Reid Mary Irene Roach James Sawyer Kermit Sigmon James Stokes Gaytstell Truitt Dean Upton Carolyn Wall Anna Boyce Winkler Carl Wyatt Campus Superlatives Anma Bovce WiNKLEE. Miis Appiilacliiini George W. Marion- Mr. Appalach Bobby Barnes. Must Popular JAMES Waiter Fite, Most Valuable Senior Superlatives Cakl U ' yatt Friendliest Irene Roach Alost Versatile Carol Cline Most hiteilectual Andrew Yasinsac (with Mrs. Yasinsac) Most Likely to Succeed Carolyn Wall Most Attractive Don Carter Most Handsome Mary Alice Patton Most Athletic Girl Ted Watson Most Athletic Bar Homecoming Court I I Jean Rankin Carolyn Wall Oueen Ann Br-vdshaw Jean Abbott Sibyl Bush Billy Kern Broyhill Christinas Court Joyce Ollis Jeanne Fleming Jean Abbott Queen i { Pi i i ] 1 i f » 1 =4 i I ■ C l i» ' T- - 1 Ann Costner Carolyn Wai.; i J Nancy Harris Almeta Willard Aljmeta VVillabd Maid of Honor May Day Court Carolyn Wall Oiteen Page One Hundred Sixty-eight Rr: i w -i;; ■;.. Sue Jane Harmon Senior Attendant Anna Boyce Winkler Senior Attendant Ann Costner Junior Attendant OYCE OlLIS Senior Attendmit Margaret Chui Junior Attendant The Ladies of the Court Becky Bingham Jnnior Attendant Mary Goines Goforth Senior Attcudanl Joan Foy SopJwmore Attendant Barbara Winkler SopJwmore Attendant [eanne Fleming fresJiuian Attendant Ianice Smoot FresJnnan Attendant Page One Hundred Seventy Rhododendron clWt Qordon H. Winkler Anna Boyce Winkler, Editor oJ rs. Qonhn H. Winkler Anna Rovce Winkler, tditor Sponsors cy5fo Qtlmer oA. Harris Nancy Harris, Bus ' mess Manager (vJfr. Qilmer cA. Harris Nancy Harris, Business Manager Sponsors oJM rs. John Idol John Idol Editor of Appalacliiaii loAN McLean Business Manager of Appalachian 1 8 eJ jj £ila yyCalone Bill Passan President of Student Body .. c ri Ted Watson Ted Watson President of the Senior Class Sponsors cUr. and zMrs. « T. " Day Tommy Day President of Sophomore Class oJWrs. R. L. Conim Alvis Corum President of Junior Class 1 8 oMr. and zMn " B. Elliott Ron Elliott Preside)it of the Freshman Class zMr. andzMrs. Qlyde W. Snyder Bill Snyder President of Religious Council APPAIAXCHIAN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE Boone, North Carolina = 13 DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO IMPROVING INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE IN NORTH CAROLINA AND THE SOUTH O Graduate and Undergraduate Work Regular and Summer Terms Page One Hundred Seventy-eight " f ®b larrnnu ICniig ' CHARTER MEMBERS James " Moop " Givens Harold " Wires " Lowery Donald Ray " Doc " Huskey Bobby Joe " Nigger Head " Jenkins Franklin " Chunk " Shytles Thad " The Voice " Moose Joe " Geronimo " Cook Bill " Peanut " Hubbard Harry " Poochie " Upchurch Tee " Nigger Head " Wall Gene " Speedo " Butts Bobby " Magoo " Cagle Douglas " Guinea " Elmore Dan " The Man " Doby Harry " Bud " Moore George " Ivy League " Marion Joe " Wort " Thomas Pete " Quality Point " McCraw HONORARY MEMBERS Roy " Big O " Furr Ralph " Daddeo " Smith Jim " Willie " Williams Jim " Nigger Head " Williams Leon " Moretz " Shytles Worth " Deal ' em " Potter Wade " Pan-Handler " Wilmoth David " The Brain " Treece Jim " Pigmy " Foster Claude " Knot Hole " Savage Benny " Snake " Haithcock Bruce " Slugger " Anderson Dan " Fat Smith " Rock " Hudson Charlie " Dogface " Taylor " Big Fat " Frank Northup Bill " Satch " McClure Kirk " Somersault " Brookshire Roger " Judo " Gentry Jim " Frosty the Snowman " Cline Jim " Lover " Pilkenton Bobby " Oscoe " Kiker Eddie " Make-out " Lee Hiram " Puss " Cox Tom " Write Me " Harris Man " Mitchell WE CATER TO PRIVATE PARTIES For Information Call AMherst 4-8501 Page One Hundred Seventy-nine THE LIGHT REFRESHMENT j j fW J Silp w Bottled By PEPSI-COLA BOTTlll C COMPAi SPRUCE PINE, NORTH ( :arolina Page One Hundred Eighty 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 " Compliments of FARMERS HARDWARE AND SUPPLY CO., INC. " Everything In Hardware and Associate Lines " BOONE, NOR TH CAROLINA Phone AM 4-8801 THE CHILDREN ' S SHOP Complete Outfitters for INFANTS TO PRE-TEENS BOONE, N. C. Compliments of The North State Canning Co. " Makers of Watauga Chopped Kraut " BOONE, N. C. Page One Hundred -Eighty-one 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 MAMMARY MANUFACTURING CORPORATION FURNITURE LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA It s such a comfort the bus and leave the driving ■G to us! GREYHOUND Page One Hundred Eighty-two Compliments of BLUE RIDGE ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION TRAILWAY LAUNDRY and CLEANERS, Inc. " The Best in Laundry and Cleaning " Pick-up and Delivery Service Phone AM 4-8415 BOONE, N. C. ELECTRICITY SERVES YOU Time-Saving and Penny-Wise NEW RIVER LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY 0. K BARBER SHOP BOONE, N. C. " We Need Your Head In Our Business " GRAY BROS. FURNITURE CO. " EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME " Phene 607 .r.n WILKESBORO, N. C. Phone 607 Dial 4227 Wilkesboro, N. C. West Jefferson, N. C. Page One Hundred Eightx-three HUGHES-RANKIN COMPANY SCHOOL, CHURCH, AND INSTITUTIONAL FURNISHINGS Office and Showroom: 1229 Montlieu Avenue HIGH POINT, N. C. 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. WE BELIEVE IN YOUR JUDGMENT ' PET ICE CREAM and MILK COMPARE PET WITH ANY OTHER ScHrafft ' s ' The Nation ' s Leading Candies " ON SALE AT GOOD STORES EVERYWHERE $1.00 - $2 00 Lb. Morgan Bros., Inc. Wholesale Distributors 67 Broadway, Asheville, N. C. [Candy]is Delicious Food iiOEBMmEBSMxnmL Page One Hundred Eighty-fmir HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA For FINE CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES Visit LEE ROBBINS, INC. MEN ' S FASHION SHOP 100 North Main Street LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA Telephone PL 8-1110 DRESS RIGHT YOU CANT AFFORD NOT TO SMITH CROSS ROADS RESTAURANT AND MOTEL LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA " WHERE DINING IS A PLEASURE " CLOTHING AND SPORTS WEAR FOR MEN TOWN AND CAMPUS SHOP, INC. HAMMONTON PARK SUITS — ENGLISH SPORT COATS — VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS — PURITAN | SPORTS WEAR — CHAMP SOCKS HATS — ESQUIRE SAM HOLLAND 417 North Cherry St. CHARLES M LUCK Winston-Salem, N. C. Phone PA 2-7030 JERRY SNYDER Page One Hundred Eighty-five B L MOTORS, INC NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC BOONE DRUG COMPANY REXALL " The Professional Store " Three Registered Pharmacists W, R. Richardson K Richardson G. K, Moose Phone AM 4-3766 Listen WATA 12:15 For Good Food Eat At Our New Modern Fountain Good Used Cars at Low, Low Prices Main Street Boone, N. C. BOONE AUTO EXCHANGE Compliments of GREENE BUICK, INC. Buick Cars — CMC Trucks Phone AM 4-3778 Boone, N. C. Page One Hundred Eighty-six Compliments of BLOWING ROCK ART GALLERIES, INC. Auctioneers And Appraisers Liquidators Of Estates The Gallery Of Southern Hospitality Boone ' s Favorite Department Store HUNT ' S DEPARTMENT STORE Compliments of GREENE Chevrolet Oldsmobile Co., Inc. SPRUCE PINE, N. C. Boone Tire and Bargain Store Furniture Frigidaire Appliances BOONE, N. C. Phone AM 4-3801 DANIEL BOONE HOTEL Elevation 3333 Boone, N. C. DINING ROOM SERVICE J. B. McCoy, Mgr. C. A. Price, Resident Manager L Page One Hundred Eighty-seven BROYHILL FURNITURE FACTORIES LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA Representing Lenoir Chair Co. Lenoir Furniture Corp. Conover Furniture Co. O. L. Broyhill Furniture Co. Harper Furniture Company f From your friends in General Shale Products Corporation JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE X- Estoblished 1872 COURTNEY ' S LADIES ' AND MEN ' S WEAR LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA CARL W. STEELE YOUR JEWELER Watches — Diamonds Silverware — Chinaware Glassware and Watch Repairing Phone 384 NORTH WILKESBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Page One Hundred Eighty-eight ANDREW ' S CHEVROLET INC. BOONE, N. C. BEL AIR 2-DOOR SPORT COUPE (1831) MECHANICAL REPAIRS TO ANY MAKE CAR Bear Frame Machine — Body Repairs and Painting — Radiator Repair 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 " DACUS RADIO SHOP Northwestern North Carolina ' s Oldest 201 South Depot Street BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA Phone AM 4-3841 Page One Hundred Eishty-nine GOODNIGHT BROTHERS PRODUCE CO., INC. " Packers and Shippers of Watauga FERTILIZERS-SEEDS PHONE AM 4-9901 Prod uce " Safe For Your Savi tigs Since 1921 WATAUGA SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION •ASSETS OVER $4,000,000 " CURRENT DIVIDENDS 3 ' ' r% We Believe ' he American Home Sa feguards The American Liberty H G Farlhing. President W H Cragg, Serrelary TreasL rer BRITTAIN ' S AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA For The Cleanest, Quickest, Cheapest Laundry In Town We Specialize In Roommate Bundles 24 Hour Photo Service CAMERAS— SUPPLIES— FRAMES— PORTRAITS Compliments of PALME ' ) PHOTO SHOP 125 East Main — P. 0. Box 588 BOONE, N. C. TELEPHONES Office: AM 4-8425 George A. Flowers, Jr. Nights Sundays: AM 4-8539 Page One Hundred Ninety THE lORTHWESTERI kU 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. WHERE FINANCIAL SERVICE BEGINS A COMPLETE BANKING INSTITUTION OFFERING EVERY BANKING SERVICE MEMBER E. D. I. C. We appreciate the patronage of the students and faculty of Appalachian State Teachers College. Pa e 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 AMherst 4-3915 — 205 Hardin Street — Boone, N. C. CAUDILL ' S, Inc. THE SHOP FOR LADIES AND MEN 123 East King Street BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA SHIRLEY RAGAN ESSO SERVICE 201 Hardin Street BOONE, N. C. " A Full Line Of Atlas Products ' " Where You And Service Meet ' Compliments of BARNETT PONTIAC DEALER 613 East Main Street BOONE, N. C. Telephone AM 4-3806 SWOFFORD ' S RCA TV Sales and Service Tires — Batteries — Recapping C. E. Appliances 313 N. Main Street BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA Phone AM 4-3001 D. 0. Ray, Mgr Page One Hundred Ninety-two WATAUGA DEMOCRAT " Established 1888 " R C Rivers, Owner BOONE, N. C. Meet Your Friends At CAROLINA PHARMACY Two Registered Druggists 1. P. Greene C H Mock Phone AM 4-3781 BOONE, N. C. Independent Oil Co. off N. C« OPERATORS OF FORESTER ' S NU-WAY SERVICE STATIONS DISTRIBUTORS BULK PLANTS NORTH WILKESBORO TAYLORSVILLE FONSE GASOLINE KEROSENE MOTOR OILS NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. TWINS BAKERY Cakes For All Occasions Pies, Donuts, Party Favors Dial AM 4-3562 W. R. Cottrell, Manager Maintenance Supply Co., Inc. JANITORIAL SUPPLIES HUNTERSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA Pa e One Hundred Ninety-three CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK KOHLER CAMPBELL, INC. HEIRLOOM QUALITY PIANOS GRANITE FALLS, NORTH CAROLINA Music is an Important Part of your Future Compliments of COLVARD, INC. llips, Home Office for Phillips 66 Phone AM 4-8812 Boone, N. C. NEWTON ' S DEPARTMENT STORE Complete Line of MEN ' S AND LADIES ' READY-TO-WEAR At PoDLilar Prices BOONE, N. C. Phone AM 4-8807 S:; : ' ui llll • i Hi 1 1 M -! i Fi fc { k ' i fL P|W W ' fp j Wm . B ■m W t 1 Meet Your Friends At SHORTY ' S " The Students ' Nightly Retreat " SANDWICHES SHORT ORDERS Page One Hundred Ninety-four INDEX Page Administration 25 Alpha Psi Omega 107 APPALACHIAN 104 Appalachian Chorale 123 Appalettes 132 Appatones 123 .Artist and Lecture Series 124 Association of Childhood Education 130 Junior Marshals ?age .133 Band Baptist Student LInion Baseball Basketball Beta Beta Beta Business Club Campus Superlatives Canterbury Club Cheerleaders Chi Lambda Chi Chorus Christian Teachers Club Christmas Court Deans Dedication Department Heads Faculty Flying Fish Football Freshman Class Future Teachers of America Graduate Students Home Economics Club Homecoming House Mothers and Presidents International Relations Club Intramurals 130 114 150 144 109 129 162 117 152 106 122 115 166 28 18 29 30 131 136 84 128 40 126 164 128 127 156 Library Science Club Lutheran Student Association Majorettes Marching Band Math Club May Court Men ' s " A " Club Modern Dance Club Music Educators Club Pi Gamma Mu Pi Kappa Delta Pi Omega Pi Playcrafters Religious Council Religious Emphasis W ' eek RHODODENDRON Science Club Senior Class Senior Superlatives Sophomore Class Sponsors Student Council Symphony Orchestra Tennis Varsouvianna Vernician Society Wesley Foundation Westminster Fellowship WHO ' S WHO Woman ' s Athletic Association Woman ' s " A " Club Wrestling 126 116 132 120 125 168 153 131 125 107 108 110 119 113 112 102 127 42 163 76 172 100 .120 143 130 111 117 115 160 155 154 148 Junior Class Junior Councilers 62 Young Men ' s Christian Association . 133 Young Women ' s Christian Association 118 116 Page One Hundred Ninety-six 0346 I li 0048 53


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