Appalachian State University - Rhododendron Yearbook (Boone, NC)

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r -y i ' vv .. to .4 i; %r y REFLECTED IN THE 1959 RHODODENDRON THE . n h A OF APPALACHIAN . . . A SPIRIT WITH US MORNING -AFTERNOON -EVENING ANNUAL PUBLICATION APPALACHIAN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, BOONE. N C • EDITED BY PATRICK HARRISON • MANAGED BY )OYCE LYTLE It is with affection and ' - esteem that this 1959 f edition of The ' - Rhododendron is dedicate )-■■• to a scholar and educator ; a Christian gentleman, a- friend to students, teachers, and all — one in whom we see the true j " Spirit of Appalachian. - .5 ' .V i;! Si?ili2K ' .. ■, ■ ' ■ ■ ' ■■- ■ ' ' ' -V DR. WILLIAM HOWARD PLEMMONS f - F R E W R D Yosef! The Spirit of Appalachian! From our entrance as freshmen until we depart as " Mountaineers, " this , spirit is nurtured in our hearts. : ' ; ' r A) r: .•,,■ ' : ' i i MH v ' : i ' :}-h-- li ' ifHiiiiSk P H 1 Mmm I I UI OBI B LEARN HfT ' 1 M. i Hii HHIll . 1 1 APPALACHIAN, EMBODYING REVERENCE ' r ' d - ' . K 4H . hiH ' nMtw . P S I v C Bm wl tm IW allH » ACCOMPLISHMENT | THE OF APPALACHIAN THROUGHOUT i£r. OUR SCHOOC n m Alarm Clocks . . . bookstore coffee and doughnuts eight o ' clock classes . . . assembly . . . snow and wind all these begin the dail ' routine. IN THE MORNInFI A group of Sunday morning church-goers. A. S. T. C Crahhing early seats for the ivorld series. PiihJicity for our school! Sleepy eyes . . . early iiiuru ' nig serving lines. Bell sounds . . . throngs of students! Cateteria lines ... I lomeconiino . . . tennis games . . . walks and relaxation . . . study . . . world series . . . bookstore sessions . . . these continue the day for the " Mountaineers. " THE AFTERNOON Engaging in part-time work. A. S.T. C. Tennis on pretty days . . . The ever-present cafeteria lines f J jf t. ' i 1- Ixill games . . . library work . . . recreation in lounge . . . parlor hours . . . the good-night kiss . . . movies . . . card games and coke parties . . . finally it ' s bedtime. AND EVENING Those oood-uight uioiueuts . Atte}iding the Jyceuvi proornui Coach ]hu fatun! and App amateurs benefit MarcJi of Dimes . O . I . V-. . The every niajit activity for some . . . ping pong. SLEEPY EYES IN THE CAFETERIA iS.i 4 ' :« CLASSES • ASSEMBLY • BOOKSTORE ji. . STUDENT GOVERNMENT After hard fought campaigns and the close elections, the members of Appalachian ' s Stu- dent Council settle down for a year of hard work. This group spends many hours of plan- ning, attends many meetings, and works freely for a better student government at Appalachian. Through official participation in the government of our school, the Student Council is truly the voice of the students. Walter BRoiinLL President Roger Thomas Sponsor Ron Beane Vice-President Dixie Jackson Recording Secretary Dale Holland Corresponding Secretary Tommy Day Treasiirer Glenwood Wilson Sophomore Representative Joe Walker ]unior Representative Ben McKee Senior Representative Jerry Hutchins Senior Representative Dolly Vanderlip Lester Grimes Emajene Bryant Leon Miller Alternate Representatives Virginia Sullivan Senior Representative LiLA Malone Senior Representative Bett ' Swaim Sophomore Representative Jean Huddleston Harold Berber Freshmen Representatives Ha ffl BUSINESS STAFF Pam Aldiidge, Billy Parks, Biibbie I laitness, Becky Rhyne, Matt Smith. TYPISTS AND CIRCULATION STAFF Seated: Pat Smith, Phyllis Holland. Statidino; Susan Nichols, Margaret Seago, Nancy Sides. |OYCE Lytle Business Mnnag,er 959 Pete Thompson — Dixie Jackson Assistant B isiness Managers Norma Sluder — Becky Koontz Assistant Editors Patrick Harrison Editor EDITORIAL STAFF Judy Harrelson, Ruth Nixon, Carolxn Klutz, Barbara Brown, Libbv Arev. Eirst row: Be ' er]y Bailes, Eeatttre Editor; Jane Snyder, Activity Editor; VVilma Jones, Associate Editor; Sibyl McDonald, Managing Editor. Second roiv: Joyce Poole, Graduate Editor; Don Abernathy, junior Editor; Sue Tester, Eaculty Editor. Not pictured: Jerry Hutchins, Betty Swaiiii. Rachel Triplctt, S l ia McLean. THE APPALACHIAN A fourpage, eight column, weekly news- paper, TJie AppahicJiiaii is publish ed by the students of the college. The editor and business manager are chosen in a campus wide election and other positions are tilled bv interested students. Bill Noblitt Editor Carolyn Hutchins BnsJHew Manaiier Gratis Williams Sponsor P«ge Thirty-two ASSISTANTS Calvin Edney, Sports Editor; Fredia Stanley, Mickey Hagler, Dale Freeman, Associate Editors; Lou Jane Elliott and Norma Freeman, Feature Editors. EDITORIAL STAFF Seated: Ruth McCulloch, Sue Tester, Nancy Kemp, Carol Foster. Standing: Mary Van Noppen, Pat Coffey, Lilly Clay, Edith Houston, Sara Cox, Susie Green, Sandy Caudell, Don Wright, Larry Clark. BUSINESS STAFF Ethel Lou Thomas, Marvin Broun, and Sam Marshall. CIRCULATION STAFF Frank Austin, Emma Jean Patton, Lucille McAlister. CHI LAMBDA CHI OFFICERS Bob Edwards President Sonny Adkins Vice-President Claudia Brittain Secretary Pat McGee Treasurer Sonny Adkins Betty ' Ruth Hodges Arnold Ashley Edith Houston Harold Berber Carolyn Hutchins Donald Berryhill Bill Lyons Ruth Bondurant Pat McGee Clalidlv Brittain Ben McKee Walter Broyhill Sibyl McDonald Emajene Bryant Wayne Miller Martha Carter Bill Noblitt Ann Cottrell John Ponis Ken Daves Betty Smith Tommy Day Betty Pinkston Smith Bob Edwards WiLMA Jones Snyder Willie Frye Bruce Trammel Charles Graham Dolly Vanderlip Pat Harrison f f . : c: . h k s PI GAMMA MU Honorary Social Science Society Bill Lyons President Phil McGill Vice-President John Justice Treasurer-Adxnsor Nell Dinkins Secretary Helen Burch Phil McGill Nell Dinkins Joan Miller Edwin Dougherty Bill Mull William Hoffman Warren Sexton Rena Hoover William Snyder Isabel Jones Harry Sherwood Ila T. Justice D. J. Whitener John M. Justice Charles Woods John Kirk Julian Yoder Page Thirty-five Rosa Lee Ates Claudia Brittain Peggy Cathey Rachel Collins Phillip Fontaine Grace Hudson Rebecca Koontz Peggy Joines Betty Mayes Sibyl McDonald Susan Nickols Bob Phillips David Porter Sarah Sigmon Dr. G. P. Eggers David R. Hodgin Dr. J. D. Rankin Loris Shipman Gratis Williams D. J. Whitener Leo K. Pritchett, Sponsor AM PI KAPPA DELTA OFFICERS Glaudla Brittain President Sibyl McDonald Vice-President Rachel Collins Secretary-Treasurer Leo K. Pritchett Sponsor Pi Kappa Delta is a national honorary forensic society. The pur- pose 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 incenti e for achievement. 1 ii ui i: » ■ %r ' ' " L ' jzTjfi • , BETA BETA BETA Honorary Biological Fraternity OFFICERS Donald Berbyhill President Nancy Frazier Vice-President Carolyn Hutchins Secretary-Treasurer William Snyder Historian Donald Berryhill Walter Broyhill Bill Carroway ' Kenneth Clawson Nancy Frazier Sue Jane Harmon Mavin Hudson Carolyn Hutchins Betty Mayes Sybil Ray Jeannette Shelton William Snyder Cecil Tester Addie Thomas Gaynell Truitt I. W. Carpenter, Sponsor Kent Robinson, Sponsor Ray Derrick, Sponsor Page Thirty-seven 171 fTl =-?, |€ - f " J i im t jm PI OMEGA PI Honorary Business Education Fraternity OFFICERS Bob Edwards President Peggy Absher Vice-President Shirley Butts Secretary 15ruce Anderson Treasurer Claudius Absher Peggy Absher Bruce Anderson Kirk Brookshire C.ene Butts Shirley Butts Don Craig Ann Cottrell Bob Edwards Virginia Elier Ira Gambill Sam Greer Jane Gaultney Pat Harrison John Kilby Jim Mask Lorene Parker Tom Ratledge Annie Sue Reid Spencer Rhodes Margaret Richardson William Scott Ralph Smith Patsv Teal Mrs. Ann Blackburn, Sponsor Miss Jane Riner, Sponsor Mrs. Kathr n Tuljy, Sponsor SIGMA THETA CHI Honorarr JoiirnaUsni Society OFFICERS Sibyl McDonald President Bill Noblitt Vice-President Peggy Brittain Secretary Joyce Lytle Treasurer Jo Ann Absher Pegg ' Brittain Annis Bvers Sandra Caudell Dale Freeman Mickey Hagler Pat Harrison Carolyn Hutchins Jerry Hutchins Joyce Lytle Sibyl McDonald Mary Jean Marshal Sam Marshall Bill Xoblitt Norma Sluder Wilma Snvder r« id k ALPHA PSI OMEGA liouormy Drnumtics Society OFFICERS Willie Frye Grand Director Mickey Hagler Grand Business Manager Dale Freeman Grand Stage Manager Maxine Cooper Dale Freeman Willie Frye Mickey Hagler Charles Hales Henry Holcomb PLAYCRAFTERS rt OFFICERS Charles Hales President Tom Vance Vice-President Dale Freeman Secretary Jane Marshall Treasurer First row: Richard Culver, Bud Mayes, Joe Blackburn, Kenneth Clawson. Second row: Lou Floy Watts, Maxine Cooper, Henr ' Holcomt. Tom Vance, Charles Hales, Dale Freeman, Kay Bromeling, Edward Ste ens. Third row: Carolyn Pickett, Jo Ann McNeill, Doris Kazlouski, Carolyn Willis, Barbara Savelle, Jean Hicks, Adele Williams, Pegg) ' Hodgins, Emile Hovis, Joan Miller, Norma Jean Sluder, Janet Kimball, Robert Hill, Mary Van Noppen, Barbara Brown. Not pictured: Sib ' l Thomas, Mickey Hagler, Jane Marshall. G ( f First row. Sylvia Adcock, Genene Bailey. Pegg - Brittain, Emaiene Bryant, Martha Carter, Anne Cassity, Kermene Colson. Second row: Molly Colvard, Nancy Cook, Ann Cottrell, Gray Dellinger, Nancy EUer, Johnsie Ellis, Margaret Fincher. Third rmv: Martha Haulk, Jean Earle Hawks, Phyllis Holland, Dixie Jackson, Sherrill Jenkins, Janice Little, Joyce Little, Gail Lowrance. V E R N I C I A N LiLA Malone . Ann Cottrell Peggy Smith Sylvia Adcock Peggy Brittain Members assist in tea for Mar Cotirt. Group registers ahiiiiui at Iloiuecrnuiug. - . j..) f ty I First roir: Lila Malone, Sibyl McDonald, Nancy McLean. Ian McXeely, Delores Miller, Libby Noles, Helen Parker. Second row. Annie Sue Reid, Jane Roberson, Grace Rollins. Cornelia Shaw, Barbara Smith, Betty Smith, Pegg ' Smith. Third row. Janice Smoot, Minnie Snead, Betty Swaim, Virginia Sullivan, Barbara VVatkins, Barbara Winkler, Sue Wise, Mrs. W. H. Bell, Sponsor. SOCIETY - r, -4- . . . . President . . . President Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer Proud girls stand around Hoviecoviinii float. A traditional event for May Day. jTn vif- ' r i -3 .y - .r Mj=» . ■ fy ' 1% «rT ' - -»- iT ' f , 1 O P, . s ftl I COIATC OIIIIO Don Abernathy Parks Garrison WULLLUIMIL UIVIU Crmg Allen Carl Hughes 1 II B Eric Allen Vince Leong U Q Bruce Anderson Max Lippard Don Berryhill Melvin Martin Kirk Brookshire Bob Mauldin OFFICERS Bob Burris Dee Morgan Bruce Trammell President Carroll Carpenter Frank Rhodes Craig Allen Vice-President Ronald Champion Bruce Trammell Bob Burris Secretary Ken Clawson Jim Jones, Sponsor Brlice Anderson Treasurer Tommy Day Jim Jones Sponsor Bob Edwards Pas e Forty-four RELIGIOUS COUNCIL The Religious Council is composed of the presidents and two other members from each of the church affiliated groups, the YMCA, the YWCA, 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. OFFICERS Arnold Ashley . Betty Ann Smith Gretel Biggerstaff President Vice-President Secretary Seated: Arlene Lutz, Gretel Biggerstaff, Arnold Ashley, Betty Ann Smith, Blanche Blevins. Standing: Bill Snyder, Maxie Brann, Sam Marshall, Sammy McCall, Da ' id Holcomb. Page Forty-five IS YOSEF AWAKE? Dr. Claude Broach St. lohn ' s Baptist Church Charlotte, North Carolina RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK Sce)ie from the play, " From Rome To Danmscits, " presented hy The Playcrafters. Sponsored by the Religious Council, this year ' s Religious Emphasis Week was most successful. " Is Yosef Awake " was the theme for the annual event. With Dr. Claude Broach, pastor of St. John ' s Baptist Church in Charlotte, as the main speaker, students expe- rienced many uplifting moments. Dr. Broach ' s talks in assembly through the week and his final message on Thursday night, the " From Rome To Damascus " presentation by the Play- crafters, a program of sacred music by the College Chorus, and dormitory dis- cussions nightly by Bob Barefield, a former student. Bob Younts, from Win- ston-Salem, Mrs. H. R. Eggers, Miss Judy Green, Dr. Wilson, and Dr. Wil- liam Smith constituted the schedule for Religious Emphasis Week, a grand ex- perience. I Pictured right, top to hottom: Mrs. Eggers leads North Hall girls; Chorus presents sacred music; Dr. William Smith and Lovill girls. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Seated: Tommy Holcomb, President; Beverly Bailes, Judy McCurry, Grace Underwood, Jim Greene, Sponsor. Standing: Charles Webb, Lorene Poteat, Gretel Biggerstaff, Donny Garner, Bob Phillips. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION iitj ! ' ■ ■ III " rt liV ; First row: Gail White, Pat Coffey, Joyce Adair, Judy Holcomb, Ruth Stewart, Elizabeth Purr, Rachel Cranford, Grace Rawlings, Laurene Moore. Second row: Margaret Pittman, Beverly Guffee, Mary Martin, Joan Whisnant, Betty Godfrey, Elaine Moore, Mary Alice Fetner, Elizabeth Simmons, Joe Blackburn, Bill Ashley. Third row: Daisy Fox, Libby Proctor, Harris Devine, Cecil Dobson, Ronnie Christopher, Arthur West, Glenda Hall, Susie Greene, Elaine Long. Fourth row: Tommy Holcomb, K. M. Carter, Beverly Bailes. Henry Holcomb, Bob Ray, Judy Mc- Curry, Bob Phillips. Fifth row: Jim Bridges, Jim Greene, Gretel Biggerstaff, Lorene Poteat, Donny Garner, Grace Under- wood, Charlie Webb. Page Forty-eig}it OFFICERS William Snyder Preside it Sibyl McDonald Vice-President Wilma Snyder Second Vice-President Carolyn Surratt Secretary Ed West Treasurer WESLEY FOUNDATION First row. Sibyl McDonald, Carolyn Surratt, Bill Snyder, Wilma Snyder. Second row. Mollie Agle, Peggy Home, Betsy Hauser, Elaine Walker, Shirley Parker, Peggy Cathey, Parks Garrison, Charlie Stanley, Norma Sluder, Ina Cloer, Adele Williams, Clark Ford. Third row. Margaret Trantham, Pat Har- rison, James Christenbury, Allen Williams, Jerry Starnes, Don Dorton, lim Scribner, Johnny Runnion, Janie Gibson, Robert Gibson, Director. CANTERBURY CLUB First row. Carol Martin, Carol Foster, Kay Bromeling, Betty Anne Smith, Fletcher Smith. Second row. Father MacDuffie, Ralph Copachiana, Wayne Miller, Augie Beasley. OFFICERS Carol Foster President Carol Martin Vice-President Kay Bromeling Secretary -Treasu rer OFFICERS Blanche Blevins President Mary Jean Marshall Vice-President Sibyl McDonald Secretary Jane Gaultney Treasurer Y. W. C. A Elizabeth Simmons, ancy Cody, Mrs. Dec Winkler, Betty Anne Smith, Blanche Ble ins, Maggie Hubbard, Anne Greene, Peggy Brown. Y. M. C. A Seated: Sonny dkins, Hal SiKer, Charles Helms, Clark Ford, Dr. John Van Noppen, Sponsor. Standing: A. C. Er in, Dean Broun, K. M. Carter, Arnold Ashley, Horace Mabry, Gene Da is, Eugene Blackwelder, Kenneth Hauser, Clarence Lee. Ji n r m BlI Hi IGh| B OFFICERS Sonny Adkins President Hal Silver Vice-President C. A. Helms Secretary Clark Ford Treasurer OFFICERS Arlene Lutz President Mary Trexler Vice-President Carolyn Klutz Secretary Ronald Wise Treasurer First row: Madge Rhync, Advisor; Arlene Lutz. Mary Trexler, Carolyn Klutz, Ronald Wise. Second row. Richard lohnson. Sandra Way. Becky Faggart, Sarah Wyant, Dianne Smith. Doris Aderholdt. Third row. Harold Getting, Jim Houston, Richard Shaw, Clara McCall, Doris Starkey, Pattie Haga, Judy Harrelson, Norris Reitzel, Reverend Troutman. LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION First row. Reverend J. K. Parker, Lance Carlson, Ann Jackson, Don Abernathy, Sammy McCall, Gail Lovvrance, Isabel Newton, Blanche Ble ins. Second row: Ceraldine Hensley, Nancy Armes. Sandra Snider. Nan Perry. Martha Craxcr. Phyllis Fulgum. Nell Blevins. Mar in Brown, Edith Houston, Carol Crow. Third row: Mickey Hagler. Camilla Graebor. Sylvia Adcock. Barbara McCool. Betty Wiles. Ruth McCulloch. Alice O ' Briant. Pat Ferguson. Mary Van Noppen. Fourth row: Mr. and Mrs. Don McCracken. Advisors; Jack Linker. Gene Poole, Fred Stokes. Dick Culyer, Dale Ciaddx. |im Draughon. lames Cherry. WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP OFFICERS Blanche Blevins President Isabel Newton Vice-President Gail Lowrance Secretary Don Abernathy Treasurer dt MID-DAY FINDS STUDENTS ACTIVE ' W: ' v «s . .• --t- «: v. • i AFTERNOON ACTIVITIES CARRY FORTH THE Page Fifty-six ' n i ' mitt , i SPIRIT OF APPALACHIAN ftwaBNii :ZBliiSIMHiHB9 mmmmmi Ji OFFICERS John Kilby President Beaver Robinette Vice-President Daisy Ross Secretary Mary Robinson Treasurer B N Flute: Sidra Coe, Mary Robinson, Carolyn Cook, Florence Payne. Clarinet: Daisy Ross, James Laughridge, Phyllis Curtis, Sammy McCall, Willard Blevins, Ina Cloer, Ollie Mae Crutch- field, Sibyl Dwiggins, Sherry Tuttle. Bass Clarinet: Maxine Cooper. Saxophone: Beaver Robinette, Edwin Rannels, Arthur Brown, Susie Ford, Joan Miller, Ed Keesler. Cornet and Trumpet: Bob Taylor, Bob Williams, George Benoy, Buddy Caudill, Jerry Garrison, John Howren, Willis Blevins, John Kilby, James Willard. Oboe: Dr. William G. Spencer. Bassoon: Eddie Harrington. French Horn: James Dellinger, Jerry Aiken, Wanda Weese, Elizabeth Furr. Baritone Horn: Camilla Grae- ber, Margaret Muse, Horace Mabry. Trombone: John Mau- ney, Jim Mauney, Jimmy James, Verlin Coffey. Bass Horn: |. D. Wrenn, Gray Holshouser, Charles Guy. Bass Fiddle: John Howren. Percussion: Tom Bromeling, Bob Dorton, Caro- lyn Davis, Mollie Agle, Sandy Beam, Jerry Jones, Frances Stokes. Drum Major: Sammy Wyke. Charles Isley Director Page Fifty-eight OFFICERS CHORUS DuANE Best Dale Holland Florence Payne Jerry Jones Jerry Starnes President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Librarian Librarian First row: Helen Snow, Florence Payne, Linda Harwood, Kate Dobbs, Millie Elliott, Virginia Wary Linney, Susie Ford, Mildred Benfield, Moilie Agle, Susan Mauk, ArleneLutz, Sylvia McLean. Second row: Shirley Jackson, Marianna King, Aurelia Cannon, Gerald Coffey, Clary Phillips, Doro- thy Bumgarner, Norma Sluder, Judy McCurry, Coralie Spivey, Azalee Wilson, Vivian Pittman. Third row: Judy Pope, Don Whitener, Jerry Aiken, Horace Mabry, Thad Moose, Dale Holland, Jerry Starnes, Jerry Jones, Wade Lineberger, Kathy Watkins, Betty Swaim, Gail Lowrance, Nancy Hunter, Mary Jane Joyner. Fourth row: Bill Matheson, Baxter Harmon, Bob Dorton, Buddy Caudill, Raymond Austin, Duane Best, Larry Dove, Bud Mayes, Beaver Robinette, Sandy Beam. Page Sixty OFFICERS Jimmy Laughridge President Betty Swaim Secretary Helen Snow Reporter Mary N. Daye Librarian HoYT Safrit Director APPALACHIAN CHORALE Seated: Mary Nixon Daye, Janice Coftey, Susie Ford. First roil ' : Judy McCurry, Mary Jane Joyner, Gay Clayton, Helen Snow, Betty Swaim. Second row. Eddie Harrington, Don WJiitener, Jimmy Laughridge, Larry Do e, Jerry Jones, Bobby Ta lor, Gerald Coffey. APPATONES Nicholas Erneston, Sandy Beam, Chuck Honeycutt, Jimmy James, Mar in McLean, Johnny Mauney, Bobby Taylor, Ron Champion, Bob Williams, Beaver Robinette, Edmond Rannells, Ed Keesler. R C H R A First row. Jimmy Bellinger, Concert Master; Cynthia Stiles, Maria Erneston, Mary Jane Joyner, Elizabeth Fox, Tom Bromeiing, Ann Dodd, Eddie Harrington. Second ro v: Milton Church, Edith Houston, Exadanay Erneston, Jerry Jones, Mary Robinson, Carolyn Cook, Sidra Coe, Daisy Ross, Maxine Cooper, Sherry Tuttle, lohn Ralph Buchanan, Beaver Robinette, Susie Ford, Dorothy Bumgarner. Third row. Nicholas Erneston, Conductor; Robert Dorton, Jerry Aiken, Charles Isley, Camilla Craeber, Bob Wil- liams, Johnny Mauney, Jimmy Mauncv, J. D. Wrenn, Duane Best, John Howren. Nicholas Erneston Conductor Page Sixty- two OFFICERS Beaver Robinette Fresident Jimmy Dellinger Vice-President Camilla Graeber Secretary Eddie Harrington Treasurer Seated: Jimmy James, Carolyn Da is, Mary Robinson, Daisy Ross, Miss Elizabeth Fox. Standing : Dr. W ' illiam Spencer, Beaver Robinette, Eddie Harrington, Jimmy Dellinger. MUSIC EDUCATORS CLUB Firsf rotr: Shirley Parker, Sherrill Jenkins, Donna Holmes, Nina Jackson, Cynthia Cook, Ethel Vanstory, Sue Rogers, Diana Smith, Dawn Davis, Wanda Lemmons. Second row: Grace Rollins, Cynthia Klutz, Judy Poindexter, Judy Porter, Lorna Cochran, Peggy Cathey, Betty W ' inesett. APPALETTES OFFICERS Wanda Lemmons Captain Dawn Davis First Lieutenant Shirley Parker Second Lieutenant Sherrill Jenkins Second Lieutenant OFFICERS WiLMA Snyder President Barbaba Winkler Vice-President Mary Allen Boozer Secretary Joe Alexander Treasurer ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Seated: Sherrill Jenkins, Bobby Clawson, Grace Rollins, Martha Haulk, Joe Alexander, Mary Allen Boozer, Wilma Snyder, Barbara Winkler, Carolyn Surratt, Maxie Brann, Gretel Biggerstaff, Libby Are ' , ]udy Poin dexter. Standing: Frances Proctor, Ann Winkler, Ann Hoover, Pattie Haga, Shirley Parker, Jerri Edwards, Martha Goodson, Judy Harrelson, Bobbie Ilartness, Carolyn Klutz, Wanda Barker, Elizabeth Simmons, Georgia Todd, Sara Hamrich, Carolyn Seats, Phyllis Collins, judv Porter, Nancv Bell. YOUNG DEMOCRATS CLUB Firsf roil ' : James Cherry, Don Abernathy, Larry Clark, Richard Culyer. Second row: Lance Carlson, Robert Thomas, Mary Van Noppen, Bill McGraw. Third row: Da id llolcomb, Aaron McAlexander. OFFICERS Richard Culyer President Bob Miller Vice-President Eliza Frazier Secretary Don Abernathy Treasurer OFFICERS Martha Carter President Celia Graham Vice-President Elizabeth Jones Secretary-Treasurer Janet Sharpe Sponsor On steps: Elizabeth Jones, Celia Graham, Martha Carter, Betsy Hoiiser, Henrietta Hensley. First row. Vivian Clark, Mary Mauldin, Lynda Da is. Donna McDaniel, Mary Turner, Margaret Storie, Eloise McBee, Glenna Brinkley. Second row. Bobbie McNair, Rachel Peterson, Sybil Dwiggens, Minnie Snead, Ethel Townsend, Gail Reid, Nancy Crowell, Elizabeth Jackson, Janice Moore, Emily Ho is, Barbara Price. Third row. Marolyn Gragg, Rachel Franklin, Clara McCall, Helen Hayes, Dorothy Testerman, Sue Goforth, Margaret Pitman, Joan Halloway, Ruth Nixon, Lucille Ponder, Mary Lou Carpenter. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Joyce Pope, Becky Bowman, Gay Clayton, Betty Ann P. Smith, Vickie Moose, Grace Underwood, Rosalie Hawkins, Martha Wright, Mrs. Jus- tice, Nina Dellinger, Shirley Flippin. Standing: Carolyn Seats, Jane Snvder. LIBRARY SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS Betty Anne Smith President Vickie Moose Vice-President Rosalie Hawkins Secretary Grace Underwood Treasurer Mrs. Ila T. Justice Sponsor INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB First row: Micky Hagler, Pat CofFey, Georgia Todd, Edith Houston, Anna Blevins, Philip McGilL Second row: Jeanette Davis, Margaret Chui, Dean Brown, Rachel Howell, Dr. Hoffman, Anna Fay Caudill, Alma Burkett. Third row: Kenneth Hauser, Rosalie Hawkins, Nina Dellinger, Richard Blackburn, Hal Silver, Richard Culver, Ted Rippi. OFFICERS Edith Houston President Georgia Todd Vice-President Richard Blackburn Secretary Rosalie Hawkins Historian Dr. William Hoffman Sponsor OFFICERS Kenneth Haliser President Georgia Todd Vice-President Shirley J. Martin Secretary Sheila Todd Treasurer Dr. Lee F. Reynolds Sponsor FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA First row: Kenneth Hauser, Vivian Sane, Peggy Welborn, Virginia Filer, Mary Ruth Stansel, Wanda Lemmons, Ester Martin, Bertha Wilson, Nancy Rimmer. Second row: Dr. Reynolds, Georgia Todd, Betty Godfrey, Laura Troutman, Majel Leonhardt, Anne Hoover, La Nelle Ratledge, ' Carolvn Pickett. Third row: Diane Lineberger, Johnsie Ellis, Anna Wright, Sheila Todd, ' Marie Gentry, Dawn Davis, Peggy Brown, Dottv Waters, Shirley j. Martin. Seated: Sammie McCall, Joyce Lytle, Sibyl McDonald, Carolyn Hutchins, Ken Clawson, Jeannette Shelton, Carol Ragland, Mavin Hudson. Standing: Ray Derrick, Ron Wise, Kent Robinson, Richard Blackburn, Frankie Hamilton, Bob Bean, Larry Clark, Phil Hunsucker. SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS Carolyn Hutchins President Kenneth Clawson Vice-President Sibyl McDonald Secretary-Treasurer OFFICERS Pat McGee President Lynn Mise , Vice-President Carol Ragland Secretary Edward Stevens Treasjirer First roil ' : Sandra Way, Jeannette Shelton, Pam Aldridge, I lazel Drye, Addie Thomas, Carol Ragland, Ron Wise. Second row: Lynn Mise, Pat McGee, Ken Greene, Ken Hauser, Donval Simpson, Edward Stevens. MATH CLUB OFFICERS Charles Green President Kirk Brookshire Vice-President Nancy Sides Secretary Craig Allen Treasurer jiAi Jones Sponsor FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA First row. Kirk Brookshire, Joan Wilson, Peggy HoUand, Kathryn Miller, Pat Britt, Gail Lovvrance, Mary Ann Buchanan, Linda Little, Shelba Jean Packard, Kathy Moore, Jean Rankin, Elizabeth Douglas, Joyce Kincaid, James |ones. Sponsor. Second row. Karen Rogers, Pat Smith, Patsy Teal, Mary Frances Cowan, Peggy Taylor, Alartha Wright, Sue Huskins, Ann Cottrell, Gail Teague, Janet Wilcox, Sue Gentry. Third row: Nancy Sides, Clark Ford, Bob Flippin, Roger Gentry, Eugene Blackwelder, Robert Jarrett, Chuck Gianotti, Richard Lewallen, Don Sebastian, Bruce Anderson, Norris Reitzel, Janice Dellinger. Fourth row. Eric Allen, Gene Everett, Bill McGraw, Craig Allen, Tommy Holcomb, Hoyle Duncan, R. B. Kerner, Jerry McFella, Arnold Ashley, Dee Morgan, Max Lippard. Fifth row. K. M. Carter, Bill Fox. Page Sixty-eight P n P n Seated: Russell Falls, |ack Randolph, |olimn Runnion, Don Dorton, Ray Crawford, Fletcher Smith, Wiley Simpson. Standing: Dr. John Van Noppen, Sponsor; Robert Jarrett, Keith Faulkner, Gene Hinson, Allen Childress, Sid Johnson. Pete Hundley, Harold Bebber, Tom White, Tom Greer, Harris Devine. APPALACHIAN VETERANS ORGANIZATION OFFICERS Wayne Miller President Ronald Brummitt Vice-President Bill Mull Secretary JUNIE TuTTEROW Treasurer Bill Fox Sergeant-at-Anns Dee Morgan Public Relations FLYING FISH Front to hack: Carol Easter, Cynthia Cook, Martha Ward, Marion Pyecha, Aaron Carroll, John Ponis, Jerry Starnes, Janice Murphy. First row: Don Mitchell, Jane Huggins, Jane Brock, Jean Watts, Nancv Eller. Back row: Ken Hayes, Betty Da ' is, Ruth Bondurant, Bill Harvey, Peggy Smith. OFFICERS Ruth Bondurant President Carol Easter Vice-President Nancy Eller Secretary Jean Watts Treasurer OFFICERS Betty Smith President Margaret Fincher Vice-President Monte Little Secretary-Treasurer Janie Matthews Sponsor VARSOUVIANNA Left to right: Pat Humphries, Kenneth Green, Parks Garrison, Sarah Carter, Pat Jackson, Tommie Cribble, Gail White, Shirley Jackson, Ernest Stroupe, Page Robbins, Ruth Stansberry. Front to hack: Carol Martin, Jim Carter, Tommy 1 lolcomb, Margaret Fincher. Nof pictured: Jerry Hutchins, Bett ' Smith, Monte Little. OFFICERS John A. Greene President Molly Colvard Vice President Cornelia Shaw Secretary Jim Newton . . . . Treasurer Phyllis Holland Reporter PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLUB First row: Bill Mueller, Doris Fox, Ethel Thomas, Candiee Berrv, Martha Sink. Second row. Richard Shaw, Tom Hambright, Bill Bi , Murlev Ncal, Rannv Phillips, Tom Muse. Third row. Mitchell Beam, Jerry Haas, Frankie Hamilton, Betsy Rogers, John Green, Bobbv Brendell. Page Seventy-one l )ieelii!o: Anne Sexton, kcrmcne Colson, Vickie Linyle, Betty Stoker, Loretta Sharpe, Jane Marshall. Standing: Ted Rippi, John Walker, Joe Walker, Emajene Bryant. MODERN DANCE OFFICERS Emajene Bryant President Barbara Watkins Vice-President Kermene Colson Secretary-Treasurer Janie Mathews Sponsor Ted Rippi, Joe Walker, John Walkt Betty Stokes, Vickie Lingle, Anne Sexton, Jane Marshall. Second row: Kermene Colson, Emajene Bryant, Loretta Sharpe. I N M U Page Sei ' enty-three WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Dolly Vanderlip President Barbara Smith Vice-President Joyce Query Secretary Shirley Martin Mary Brown Treasurer Reporter BASKETBALL First row: Violet Berrier, Jan McNeely, Corky Shaw, Carolyn Beeson, Carolyn Murray. Second row. Ann Spainhour, Nelda Clifton, Theresa Rimer, Carol Silvey, Angle Bobbins, Judy Reese. SOFTBALL First row: Shirley Mabe, Joyce Query, Ann Fleming, Elaine Clontz. Second row: Linda llolthouser, Mary Brown, Betty Davis, Ethel Thomas, Linda Dorse, Billie Sue Willis. VOLLEYBALL Corkv Shaw, Mary Newton, Shirley Mabc, Barbara Smith, Nancy Stcelman, Gail Templeton. SPEEDBALL AND SOCCER Kneelins,: Joyce Query, Barbara Smith. Standing: Jane Brock, Violet Berrier, Elaine Clontz, Anne Spainhour, Glenda Cox. WOMENS ' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION TENNIS Ruth Bondurant Theresa Rimer BADMINTON Dolly Vanderlip Carolyn Beeson PING PONG Molly Colvard Nancy Woodruff ARCHERY Billie Sue Willis Shirley Martin lTON WlDENHOUSE WOMEN ' S " A " CLUB Shirley Martin Dolly Vanderlip I ) l l I ) A C.ENE Everett kN L EATHERMAN Maurice Templeton Tommy Berry Francis Hoover, Coach m k L Z Appalachian 12 Appalachian 3 Appalachian 3 Appalachian 10 Appalachian 7 Appalachian 5 Appalachian 6 Appalachian Appalachian 6 Appalachian 3 Coach William Alheim Total 53 RESULTS Guilford 3 Lenoir Rhyne 12 Lenoir Rhyne 4 Western Carolina 3 High Point Atlantic Christian 6 High Point 1 Catawba 4 Atlantic Christian 1 Elon 12 46 BASEBALL 1957-1958 Managers Toots Beam and Phil Hitnsucker m SEASON Even though the practices on the diamond were few before the Mountaineers ' first game, the squad finished the season with a five five record. Gym practices and rained-out games were typical for the spring sp ort. Re- gardless of these handicaps, the men gave Appalachian a baseball team to be proud of. Kneeliiiii,: Phil Munsucker, Carl Motsingcr, Franklin Shytles, Bill Slayton, Sam Travis, Lester Grimes, Ben McKee, Bill Lee, Cirant Queen, Toots Beam. Standing: Coach Alheim, Jim Newton, Blaine Froneberger, Ken Daves, Jerry Ennis, Billy Russell, |im Kinney, Jim Bebber, Jim Welborn, Bobby Bovd. Page Seveiitynine Franklin Shvtles Lester Grimes Carl Motsinger |iM Kinney liM Newton Grant Queen Bill Lee Blaine Froneberger )iin Behher hurls hall to plate! Indoor Spring Practices! Jim Welborn Sam Travis Ken Daves Billy Russell Ben McKee Bill Slayton Jerry Ennis Bobby Boyd Page Eighty-one M E N ' S i Hl Ben McKee Ansel CtLEndenning Gene Ivey Jim Mask WiLLARD Swift |erry Daniels Martin Banner [ Iarold Beam IiM Berber Tommy Berry Bobby Clark IiiM Conger Ken Daves Tommy Da ' jiM Day Jerry Ennis Blaine Froneberger Ansel Glendenning Lester Grumes |oHN A. Greene C. A. Helms Kay Hiatt Page Eighty-two t i A ' ' CLUB President ... Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain . . Sergeant-at-Arms Don King Jim Kinney Bill Lee Ben McKee Lynn Mise Jim Mask Tom Muse Carl Messere Bill Mueller John Noles fOHN PONIS Willie Rea Clalide Savage Willard Swift Bob White Jack White DwiGHT Witty Page Eiglitylhree rw JUNIOR COUNSELORS First row. Clara McCall, Marion Jo Ritchey, Norma Sluder, Barbara Smith, Glenda Hall, Ruth Bondurant. Second row: Maxine Cooper, Joyce Query, Carol Easter, Kermene Colson, Dixie Jackson, Joan Miller, Emily Ho is, Gladys Phillips, Barbara Brown. JUNIOR MARSHALS First row: Lila Malone, Nancy MacLean, Nancy Cook, Annie Sue Reid, Al Corum, Chief, Dolly Vanderlip, Betty Smith, Joyce Wyatt, Peggy Brittain. Second row: Bill Noblitt, Bob Edwards, Pat Harrison, Walter Broyhill, |im Mast, Tommy Ratledge, Bill Brown, Jerry Hutchins. Glenda Crouch Barbara Watkins East Hall Lorraine Durham |ane Huhck Dauph-Blan Dolly Vanderlip Peggy S UTH North Hall Peggy Welborn Blanche Blevins White Hall HOUSE PRESIDENTS AND ASSISTANT COUNSELORS Becky Koontz Hazel Hoover LoviU Hall Dave Pierce Harry Sherwood Justice Hall Jeff Gettys Joe Walker (acting) Newland Hall Not pictured: Ronald Beane Newlaiid Hall Ed Kerley Colleoe Hall Page Eighty-five %. ■ ' ' 3( " " v i »- -vx M ' KIN to ' K. j- ' a t .J-JowlU 1 Kjlnaer yoknion HOMECOMING yjienna Ljoodion oLinda j- ' endietc Appalachian ' s first Spring Festi al was celebrated last May when a three day folk festival was observed. This is to become part of the traditional May Day festivities. The first event was a program on Thursday night by the famed folk bal- lad singer, Richard Dyer-Bennet. Fol- lowing the same general theme, the College Chorus, Orchestra, Modern Dance Group, and Playcrafters joined forces for the Friday night performance of Kurt Weild ' s famed folk opera, " Down In The Valley, " which was a grand success. 2hinn AT APPALACHIAN Saturday found the campus filled with hundreds of high school children en- gaging in various activities for entertain- ment. The swimming pool was opened for them, and various events were plan- ned for their enjoyment . . . the Black- Gold football game, tennis matches, baseball game, and the traditional May Day exercises Saturday afternoon when May Queen Carolyn Wall and her Court were presented. High school and college dance groups presented their dances for the enjoyment of the Queen and her Court. Other highlights included the May Day dance, the YMCA playing host to the boys from Grandfather Home, and a tea for the May Day Royalty. Truly, Appalachian ' s first Spring Festival was a grand success. MAY COURT FINALE ' --Jt !ir„ iAd«Ui ' J» ' » ' HA4»!« " )! l. ' Wfk-l Page Ninety Pa e Ninety-one i !3fcifltl. I 1 Barbara W aiki.ns Maid of Hu)ior Emajene Bryant May Ouecii Ann Costner Senior Attendant ATTENDANTS Martha Carter Senior Attendant Ianice Little Senior Attendant TO THE QUEEN Dixie Jackson Junior Atteudaiit Nancy McLean Senior Attendant Phyllis Curtis Junior Attendniil Barbara Winkler Junior Atte idai2t Peggy Smith Sophomore Attendant © A ATTENDANTS JoHNSiE Ellis Sophomore Atteuda)it Linda Cline Freshman Attendant k-l Anne Sexton Freshman Attendant 1 , N . 1 ;■» iilkj isiib gg DUSK ENGULFS CAMPUS— DAY SOON TO , ' k . ' ty » v--»( 5! ' I f«r.r:r- I EVENINGS FILLED WITH MANY PLEASANT AND INTERESTING Page One Ihiiuircd Two EVENTS . . . SPIRIT LINGERS ON fi -t MANAGERS Ktieeliiio; Henry Jones, Tommy Day. Standing: ]o£ Alexander, Tom Finley, |oE Sheppard. COACHING STAFF Left to right: John Kirk, Bob Broome, Bob Breitenstein. 1958 Page One Hundred Five If f ' ■•. ... ' y - ' »« ' ' • ' ' t ' S fl ' 9rw9i S!ts; . r , If l»9«iY 4 |f fn» l» tf 1 «»1l ■.Mi ««ii»j«i«»ia»i .i»ift«w-M«»nTir gg HH i ;rs7 mir: Harvey, Messere, Edwards, Burleson, Mauldin, G. Wilson, Walker, Miller, Isaacs, James. Second row: Crater, Savage, Everhart, Gentry, Rogers, Whittaker, Younger, Ja ' nes. .Anders, Brown. Third row: Glen- denning, White, Daddis, Britton, Dave, Gerringer, Dale, Gebhardt, Ward, Robinson. Fourth rou ' : Adams, Wilson, Demko, Conger, Morrison, Tommy Wilson, Steele, Bailey, Greene, Kiser. Fifth row: Styles, B. White, Ra.xter, Wimberly, Owens. Trainers: Kneeling, Dick Costner, Pete McCraw. Standino: Freddv I akev. Bob Dunnigan, Bill Sr ith. mitnerman. SPIRIT AND HARD WORK PUTS MOUNTAINEER TEAM IN SECOND PLACE AT SEASON ' S END!! Page One Hundyed Six ' ' ,u ' - CO-CAP Al s Calvin Burleson |ack V hite End Guard Making an outstanding record for themselves, the 1958 Mountaineers finished the season in second place in the North State Conference, with an overall record of six wins against four losses. Although nothing spectacular was expected of the Apps, Coach Bob Broome, assisted by John Kirk and Bob Breitenstein, turned out a top-notch team. The ever present " Spirit of Appalachian " was an important factor in the success of the 1958 Mountaineers, co-captained by Jack White and Calvin Burleson RESUME Appalachian 12 Appalachian 22 Appalachian 32 Appalachian 6 Appalachian 6 Appalachian Appalachian 15 Appalachian 1 •! Appalachian Appalachian 34 East Tennessee Western Carolina 32 Elon 20 Lenoir Rhyne 28 Catawba Emory Henry 7 East Carolina Guilford 6 Presbyterian 42 Tampa 26 |i;iiiiv I ' lAXTi-n End Bob Morrison End Bob Ward End Paul Brttion Tackle James Jones Athletic Puhlkity Director ' 1lP Oval Ia-vne, Vullhack ]iM Edwards FuUhack George Demko Tackle Wayne Everheart Tachle Doug Crater Guard Frank Robinson Guard Carl Messere Center Kr.: ::- ... .._.. . .=_5 CillARLES GeRRINGER Center Jerry Greene Quarterback Tommy Wilson Quarterback Ansel Glendenning Halfback .HfV .t2i ' iLH»rC . , j»..«?WS John W ' ALKtR Glenwood Wilson Halfback Halfback )ouG Mauldin Bill Harvey Halfback Fii bacfe Ansel Clendenninc Little AU-American Mid-College Bracket Iean Rankin liaskethiill Queen— North State Toiirnaiiieiit il V - ' Jerry Hutchins, Chief LiLA Malone FOMMY HOLCOMB ar V CHEERLEADERS Nancy Sides SYL aA Adcock Irva Smith Dale Holland Betty Smith Billy Parks Willie Frye Sam Marshall and viBYL Thomas. AUenir.tes 4 KiV, f! ,. " LIGHT BRIGADE " HAS Coach Robert Light RESUME Boasting a season record of fourteen wins against eight losses, the " Light Brigade " has given the students much exciting basketball to view. Packed gymnasiums and exciting games made for much interest throughout the season. Besides ha ing a good record for the season, during which Western Carolina was the only team we did not defeat, the Apps came home with the championship tro- phy from the Spindale Tournament. In the North State Tourney, Lenoir Rhyne eliminated the Mountaineers during the first round of action. A good coaching job by Coach Bob Light and assistant Carl Wyatt, pep and interest on the part of the players, and good spirit from the students all contributed to make the 1958-59 basketball season at Appalachian a successful one. First rmv: Turn Finley, Mniinger, Ansel Glendenning, Jim New- ton. Jim Kinney. Don King, Kay Hiatt, John A. Greene, Manager. Second row. Carl Wyatt, Assistant Coach, Tom Muse, Harry Pappas. Dave Bankert, Rick Howe, Jim Archibald, Willard Swift, Bill Mueller, Ctiach Robert Light. VERY GOOD SEASON; MAKES HISTORY AT L. R. Tom Muse Captain SCOREBOARD Appalachian 95 Pfeiffer 78 Appalachian 71 East Tennessee 77 Appalachian 79 Guilford 74 Appalachian 85 Pembroke 46 Appalachian 63 Wofford 52 Appalachian 86 East Carolina 75 Appalachian 72 Guilford 46 Appalachian 45 Lenoir Rhvne 74 Appalachian 58 Western Carolina 67 Appalachian 63 High Point 80 Appalachian 72 Elon 50 Appalachian 73 Atlantic Christian 67 Appalachian Appalachian 71 Catawba 67 60 East Carolina 94 Appalachian 49 Atlantic Christian 57 Appalachian 69 Lenoir Rhvne 60 Appalachian 78 Emory and Henrv 66 Appalachian 71 Elon 74 Appalachian 82 High Point 71 Appalachian 104 Pfeiffer 81 Appalachian 60 Western Carolina 78 Apjxilachian 78 Catawba 65 TOURNAMENTS Spindale Appalachian 82 Pfeiffer 67 Appalachian . 77 Wofford 76 ppalach 68 North State Lenoir Rhvne 82 Manager ]ohn Greene and Assistant Coach Carl Wyall have a niiql; with Coach I-ight. Action-packed games and undying efforts characterize Apps ' season. Another goal toward victory! Don King RrcK Howe ' iLLARD Swift Bill Mueller Page One Hundred Sixteen Kay Hiatt Jim Newton Ansel Glendenning Jim Kinney Mueller ana Kb c add tl eh hits. fi 1 1 9 m r Suit ' j F Bft " Things seem to he going well! ' 7 knew all the time they could A review in pictures of the 1958-59 Basketball season. A highlight oF our year was cHnching the championship in the Spindale Tournament during the Christmas holiday season. In the picture below, Assistant Coach Wyatt presents the trophy to Dr. Plemmons. ■ ■ i H B BIHI P M wB i tl lJ SI m Firft row. Bill Cook, Clayton McKinney, Willie Rae, BUI Brown, Dwight Witty, Don Cox. Bill Harvey, Larry Hulin, Roy Bragg. Seco}id row. Ken Shelton, Dick Brown, Charles Helms, Mike Lassiter, Phi] Hunsucker, Larry Hill. Not pictured: Managers, Bill Lee and Bob Mauldin. WRESTLING Always a ' inning team for Appalachian, the wrestling squad this year kept up the tradition. Although they were set back twice, the Apps can boast seven shut-outs in their seven wins. Coach R. W. Watkins has turned out another winning team for Appalachian. Coach R. W. Watkins Appalachian iO Appalachian 34 Appalachian 36 Appalachian 32 Appalachian 40 Xppalachian 40 Appalachian 38 Appalachian 11 .Appalachian 3 RESULTS Maryville Kno.x ille YMCA Pfeiffer Emory Pfeiffer Birmingham Southern Knoxvillc YMCA Millcrsville 18 Lock 1 fa en 21 North Carolina A.A.LI. Tournament Appalachian 81 Fort Bragg Page One Hundred Twenty Clayton McKinney WiLXJE Rea RoY ' Bragg Bill Harvey DwiGHT ' lTTY Bill Brown Don Cox Larry- Hulin Dick Brown Bill Cook Mike Lassiter ge One Huiulrcd Twenty-one L hrldti ma6 1958 Nancy McLean Christmas Queen Dixie Jackson Frances Pack Barbara Winkler Emajene Bryant Phyllis Curtis ) Margaret Fincher ARTIST AND LECTURE SERIES " Tc Ata " —Uidiaii Folk-Lorist Twelfth Night North Carolina Little Sriuphotir Mr. lerry Madden. Drama Coach, and Sir Cedrick Hardwicke, actor. Jo Ann vAbshf.r Sylvia Adcock Arnold Ashley WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS Ronald Beane Don Berryhill Walter Broyhill Emajene Bryant On the basis of senice, citizenship, extracurricular acti ' ity, scholarship, and promise of future usefulness, thirtv-one students from Appalachian State Teachers College are listed in " ' ho ' s Who Among Students in American Lhiiversities and Colleges. " The book is published to provide incentive for students to get the most out of college and to recognize those who have been outstanding. N AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Alvis Corum Ansel Glendenning ToMMV Day Sue Jane Harmon Ron Edwards Patrick Harrison Nancy Frazier Betty Ruth Hodges Carolyn Hutchins Ierry Hutchins Dixie Jackson WHO ' S Bill Lyons LiLA Malone Iames Mask Sibyl McDonald Ben McKee Bill Noblitt William Snyder , P Wl ; 4 ■ " ' -4 » «• ' WHO WiLMA Snyder Virginia Sullivan Dolly Vanderlip Barbara Winkler Not pictured: Grayson Bradley Carl Wyatt CAMPUS SUPERLATIVES I 4 4 Walter Broyhill Most Valuable Patrick Harrison Most Popular Dolly Vanderlip Most Athletic Girl Bill Brown Most Athletic Boy Margaret Chui Most Friendly THESE ARE THE ONES Ben McKee Most Versatile Virginia Sullivan Most Intellectual Patrick Harrison Most Likely to Succeed iOU SELEC TED SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Emajene Bryant Most Attractive Craig Allen Most Haiidsoiue u ? J " - IM.: ' ' w " " I THIS IS OUR SCHOOL, THESE ARE OUR LEADERS, Page Oite Hundred Thirty-six m ii o r UL ' r- ' I 1 OUR CLASSMATES, OUR FRIENDS William Howard Plemmons A.B., M.A., Ph.D. President Page One Hundred Thirty-eight |S ' i R Herman R. Eggers A.B., M.A. Registrar D. J. Whitener A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Dean of College ADMINISTRATION Maxie G. Edmisten Leo K. Pritchett B.S.. M.A. B.A., M.Ed. Dean of W ' onieu Dean of Men Gratis D. Williams JAMES E. Stone A.B., M.A. B.S., M.S., Ed.D. Director of Gradimte Studies D rector of Sunivier Sessions D EPA First row. Catherine Smith B.S., M.A.Ed. Art F. Ray Derrick B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Biology Orus Sutton B.S., M.A. Business Education H. B. Huddle B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Chemistry R T M E N T Second row: James E. Stone B.S., M.S., Ed.D. Extension Lucy Brock A.B., M.S. Home Economics Benjamin C. Tinnell B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Industrial Arts Graydon p. Eggers A.B., A.M.. Ph.D. English H E A D S Third row: J. T. C. Wright A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Mathematics William G. Spencer B.M.Ed., M.A., Ph.D. Music Marshall L. Walters B.S., M.A. Physical Education Wiley F. Smith A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Psychology Ben H. Horton B.S.. M.A., Ed.D. Educntion A.B Ila T. Iustice ., B.S. in L.S., M.S. m L.S. Lihrary Science ]. C. YODER B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Social Studies V. rX ' r ' f S ay , 41 , % DEPARTMENTS Catherine Smith B.S., M.A.Ed. Elizabeth Williams B.S. BUSINESS EDUCATION Annie Mae Blackburn B.S. Martha Hawkinson A.B., B.S.S.A., M.A. James F. Jones BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY A.B., M.A. CtLtNE .A. .AtWOOD Jane Riner B.S. B.S., M.A. I. W. Carpenter Orus Sutton B.S., M.S., Ph.D. B.S., M.A. F. Rav Derrick Kathryn C. Tully B.S., M.S., Ph.D. A.B., M.A. joE A. Edmisten B.S., M.A. Kent Robinson B.S.. M.A. EXTENSION 1 AND RESEARCH A. R. Smith A.B., A.M. Clarence Carder A.B., Th.M., Ed.D. David Middleton A.B., , M.Ed., Ph.D. James E. I Stone B.S., M.S., Ed.D. m . - ' J • " 5k tSr ' .A John G. Barden B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Beatrix Blanton B.S., M.A. Roy R. Blanton B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Beulah Campbell A.B., M.A. William T. Carse B.S., M.A. John Corey B.S., M.A. Grace Councill B.S., M.A. William E. Fulmer A.B., Ed.M., Ed.D. Braxton Harris A.B., M.A. Ben H. Horton B.S., M.A., Ed.D. John T. Howell B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Isabel F. Jones B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. John R. Melton B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Earl L. Petrey B.S.. M.A. Uberto Price B.S., M.A. John Pritchett A.B., M.A. Lee F. Reynolds B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Lewis Turner B.A., M.Ed. HOME ECONOMICS Lucy Brock A.B., M.A. Verna Lagrone A.B., M.A. Janet Shahpe B.S., M.S. X ' lviAN Welborn B.S., ALA. LANGUAGES J. F. BoZARD A.B., M.A., Ph.D. ]. Lou Carpenter A.B., M.A. Francis Cook B.A., M.A. Daisy Eggers B.S.. M.S. G P. Eggers A.B.. A.M., Ph.D. oLiE Lee Gilbert B.S., ALA. David R. Hodgin A.B., A.M. Jerry D. Madden A.B., M.A. Foster Park A.B. NLA. W. V. Powell B.S.. M.A. LoRis Shipman A.B., B.S.. M.A. John J. Van Noppen A.B., M.A., Ed.D. Maryo Walters B.S., M.A. Gratis Williams A.B.. M.A. mMd. • ' k Af I jTk. INDUSTRIAL ARTS Benjamin C. Tinnell B.S., M.A., Ed.D. LICRARY SCIENCE AND LIBRARY STAFF Ila T. Justice A.B., B.S. in L.S., LS. in L.S. Eunice Query A.B., A.B. in L.S., NLA. RicH. RD T. Barker B.S., NLA. William Eury A.B., B.S. in L.S.. NLS. in L.S. Allie a. Hodgin B.S., B.S. in L.S. Bessie W. Hollingsworth B.S. Mary Alice Huff A.B., B.S. in L.S. Zeb Shook B.S.. NLA. Walton S. Cole A.B.. iM.M. Charles Isley B.A., M.A. James W. Rocker B.M., M.M. Nicholas G. Erneston B.M., M.M. M.Ed. William J. Jones B.A., B.S.Ed., M.A., Ph.D. HoYT W. Safrit B.S., M.A. Elizabeth Fox B.M., M.M. Virginia W. Linney B.M., M.M. William G. Spencer B.M.Ed.. M.A., Ph.D. MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS G. T. Buckl. nd B.S., M.A., Ed.D. V ' alter Hawkinson B.S., M.A. Allen G. Montgomery B.A., B.S., LL.B., M.A., M.S. Frank Northup B.S., M.A. DoNVAL Simpson A.B., M.A. Starr N. Stacy B.S., M.A. J. T. C. Wright A.B., A.M., Ph.D. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Robert Broome B.S., M.A. Margaret Lawson B.S. Cleone Hodges A.B., M.A. Robert Light B.S., M.S. Francis Hoover B.S., M.S., Ed.D. Mary Jane Matthews B.S.. M.A. ' P ' .-..«» rfMC r " -m ., m tt ' lM ' p ' PSYCHOLOGY Wiley F. Smith A.B., M.A., Ph.D. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Carl G. Meeks B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Roger E. Thomas B.S., M.A. Marshall L. Walters B.S., M.A. R. W. Watkins B.A., M.A. SOCIAL STUDIES Helen Burch A.B., M.A. Jefferson Max Dixon A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Edwin Dougherty B.S., M.A. William S. Hoffman B.A., M.S., Ph.D. Rena Hoover A.B., M.A. V. C. Howell A.B., M.A. John M. Justice A.B., A.M. John Z. Kirk B.S., M.A. Philip Burch McGill B.S. 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. Whitener A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Carrie Winkler A.B., M.A. John H. Workman A.B., M.A., Ph.D. J. C. YODER B.S.. M.A., Ph.D. WRITING Enis Davis B.S., M.A. Kb rii STAFF Mrs. W. H. Bell Neivlaiid Hall Marjorie Kelly Lovill Hall Annie Majette East Hall Lena Nichols Nwth Hall Helen Stewart Dauph-Blan Hall Arlie H. Thompson East Hall Dee R. Winkler White Hall Mary Shook Nurse Earleen Pritchett Secretary to the President Donald McCracken Traffic Manager Ned Trivett Accaiintant John Welborn Cafeteria Manager OFFICE STAFF F; ' ? ' s( row: Edna Eaton, Becky Younts, Ruth Redmond. Second row: Jean Savage, Ruth Isaacs, Mary Lee Cooper, Cath- erine Ross, Phyllis Se. ton, Carol Sexton, Judith Robinson, Janie Gibsiin, Elizabeth Triplett. GRADUATE STUDENTS OFFICERS Bruce Trammell President Sue Jane Harmon Secretary Glen Hentschel Vice-President Charles Biggers (not pictured) Treasurer : One Hundred Forty-eight Jt w diM ' t ir ' L Ck GRADUATE STUDENTS Dorothy Barber Barker Bobby Gerad Beam SPRUCE PINE University of North Carolina. B.S. Business Eiiiicalioii Edward Lee Black LENOIK Appalachian State Teachers Colk-Kc. U.S. Elementary Education Jeanne Riddle Bostic spruce pine Berea. B.S. English LoRRAYNE Yates Durham FLEETWOOD Catawba, B.S. English Jane Goforth Elmore kings mountain alachian State Teachers College. B.S. yyne Economics and General Science Clara Burkhart Haner t State College. Gunnison. Colorado. A.B.. A.M. E..g is), Sue Jane Harmon LINCOLNTON alachian State Teachers College. B.S. Science Paul Hinshaw Doris Ann Jamison BOONE Berea, B.S. Bttsiness Education Clifton D. Knowles Appalach Sybils Ray WALLACE ite Teachers College, B.S. ical Education Clarence H. Lee reidsville Appalachian State Teachers College. B.S. ' Education and Social Studies ViNCE LeONG Robert H. Mason PACOLET MILLS, S. C. Clemson. B.S. Elementary Education Charles E. McKinney Warren Sexton BOONE chian State Teachers College. 1 cal Education otiif Social Studit Bruce Trammell Gaynell Truitt St ' ,VRTA Teachers College. d Physical Education Carl Wyatt BOONE 1 State Teachers College, e and Physical Education CLASS OF 1959 OFFICERS Ben McKee . President Dotty Vanderlip Vice-President Tom Muse Secretary Bill Lyons (not pictured) Treasurer Page One Hundred Pifty SENIORS Barbara Elaine Abernethy Primary Education Mars Hill College, 1, 2, Lincolnton Claudius O ' Dell Absher McGradx Business Education and Social Sttidies Future Business Leaders of America 1, 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Collegiate Civic Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Pi Omega Pi 3. 4. Jo Ann Absher West Jefferson English Intramurals 1; Rhododendron ' 2, 3. 4, Copv Editor 3; Appalachian 3. 4. News Editor 4; Intemalional Relations Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Sigma Theta Chi 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities end Colleges 4. Peggy Bre- er Absher McGradv Business Educaiiott House Council 2; Future Business Leaders of America 1. 2. 3. 4. Secretary 3; Pi Omega Pi 3. 4, ' ice President 4; Ch Page Thompson Adkins Boone Primary Education Westminster Fellowship 1, 2. 3; Vemician Society 1. 2. 3. Joseph Vance Alexander Lenoir Grammar Grade Edttcation ' arsouvianna 1; International Relations Club 2. 3. 4; Young Men ' s Christian Association 1. 2. 3; Future Teachers of America 1; Association for Childhood Education I. 2. 3. 4. Treasurer 4; Football Manager 3, 4. Robert Craig Allen Business Education Future Business Leaders of America, Treasurer 4; Collegi Saint Pauls Raymond LeRoy Allman Boone Business Educatimi Henry F. Allred Asheboro Social Studies William Bruce Anderson Spindale Business Education and Social Studies Future Business Leaders of .America; Pi Omega Pi, Treasurer; Collegiate Civic Club, Treasurer. i iCt li tei Page One Hundred Eifty-one . -■ — ■■■ - 1 . " ■■ ' •• llhrrHi - ft fiff SENIORS Dean Garland Auten Belmont Business Education Fdotbiill; Future Business Lc;iden. cif Amcric;.. Janice Cora Avery Plumtree Grammrir Grade Education Mars Hill ColleRe I, 2; Furnir.n University 1. Beverly Ann Bailes Whitcx ille Grammar Grade Education Carolyn Genene Bailey Burnsville Physical Education and Social Studies Mars Hill 1, 2; Vernician Society. Frances Gettys Bailey Ellcnboro Grammar Grade Education Appalachian Staff 1; Pep Club 1; Women ' s Athletic Association 1. 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Playcrafters 2, 3. 4. Jane Rone Ardrey Mattlievvs Grammar Grade Education Brevard College 1, 2; International Relations Club 3. 4; Association for Childhood Education 4; Baptist Student Union 3; Future Teachers of America 4; Wesley Foundation 4. Faye Lee Arrington Primary Educatimi Mount Air ' I; Association for Childhcxxl Martha Ann Baker Kings Mountain English Mars Hill College I, 2. Walter E. Baldwin Grammar Grade Education Todd Martin Banner Boone Physical Education and Social Studies Men ' s " A " Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Page One Hundred Fifty-two mri B iiliii ■m ' O r : % Barbara Ann Barlow Winston-Salcni Grammar Grade Education Women ' s Athletic Association; Wesley Fuun-in tion; Association for Childhood Education; on Major Intramurals. Julius Alexander Beam Roxboro Music Education College Choir 1, 2. 3. 4. Accompanist i. 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; ColleEe Chorale 3; Music Edu cation Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Band 4. Mitchell Paul Beam Lavvndale Physical Education and Social Studies Physical Education Club; Brevard Junior CollcKO. Ron Beane Lenoir Grammar Grade Education and Social Studies Gardner-Webb College I. 2; Student Council 4, Vice President 4; Physical Education Club 3; Rno IX3DENDRON 4; Resident Dormitory Manager 4. Shirley Dean Berry Charlotte Social Studies Young Democrats Club 3, 4; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Donald Lee Berryhill Science Boone Robert Duane Best I ligh Point .Music Education Choir. President; Orchestra; Collegiates; Intra mur;;! Sports. Frances Gretel Biggerstaff Avondale Graiiiiiiiir Grade Education Baptist S ' .udent Union; .Association for Childhood Education; Religious Council; Mars Hill Junior Cllege. W ' illoughby Harland Biggs, Jr. Hagerstown, Maryland Physical Education and Science Lees McRae Junior College; Basketball 3: Wies tling 3; Basketball Manager 4. Blanche Blevins dumpier English Young Women ' s Christian Association 1, 2. 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Westminster Fel- lowship 1. 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Playcrafters 3, 4; Junior Counselor, Chi Lambda Chi 4; Religious Council 2, 4; Assistant Dorm Counselor 4. Benjamin Franklin Bolick, Jr. Boone Grammar Grade Educatimi Arthur E. Blackburn West Jefferson Science John Darrell Bost Concord Phrsicnl Education and Social Studies Sarah Underwood Bowles Wingate Grammar Grade Educatioii Betty Je. n Bowman Asheboro Library Science and Social Studies Library Science Club 4; House Council 2, 3. Grayson iM. Bradley Gerton Asheville-Biltmore Junior College; Inlernational Relations Club; Science Club; Beta Beta Beta; Who ' s Who Among Stn le«(s in American Universi- ties and Colleges 4. James E. Bradley Phvsical Edjication and Social Studies Roy Bragg Elkin Boone Physical Edttcation and Social Studies SENIORS iMaxie Lee Brann East Bend Primary Education Association for Childhood EJucation 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2; Appalachian Staff 2, 3. Circulation Manager 3; Lutheran Student Association 2. 3, 4; Religious Council 3, 4. Peggy Ann Brittain Asheboro Grammar Grade Education Wesley Foundation 1; Associa ion for Childhood Education 3. 4. ' ice President 4; ' ernician Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Rhododendron 3, 4; Junior Marshal; Sigma Theta Chi. Douglas Kirk Brookshire Newton Business Educaticm Future Business Leaders of America; Collegiate Civic Club; Pi Omega I ' l 4. Larry Wade Brown Marion Mathematics Mathematics Club; Collegiate Civic Club. Martha Jean Brown Winston-Salem English and Social Studies Vemician Society, 2, 3, 4; House Council 3; Lutheran Student .Asso- ciation 1, 2; Choir 1, 2. William L Brown Blowing Rock Grammar Grade Education Walter T. Broyhill Moravian Falls Science Student Council. President 4; President Sophomore Cla.ss; Science Club. President; Chi Lambda Chi, President; Vice President Junior Class; Junior Marshal; Who ' s Who Among Stiulettts in American lUux ' ersitics and Colleges 3, 4; Superlative 4. Page One Hundred Fifty-four aO |PI ?!! . O iuMii Emajene Bryant Lenoir Biisiiiess Education and Social Studies Modem Dance I, 2, 3, 4, ' ice-President 3. President 4; Junior Counselor 3; ' ernician Society 3, 4; House Council 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Business Club 4; Christmas Court 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in Ain?rictm Universities and Colleges 4; May Queen 4; Suoerlative 4. Ben Burch Ansonvillc Grammar Grade Education Alma Lee Burkett Jefferson English and Social Studies Appalachian Staff 1; Intramural Vollevball 1; International Relations Club 2. 3. 4; Young Women ' s Christian Association 3, 4. JusTER Burleson Newland Social Studies and Physical Education Franklin Eugene Butts Landis Business Education and Social Studies Catawba College 1; Business Club 3; Pi Omega Pi 4; Junior Class Treasurer; " Yosef " 3; Collegiate Civic Club 3, ' ice President 3: Who ' s Who Among Sliuien:s in American Universities and Colleges Shirley Osborne Butts Dobson Business Education and Social Studies Business Club 1. 2. 3; Pi Omega Pi 3. 4. Re porter 3, Secretar - 4; Junior Counselor; Rhododen- dron Staff 3; Appalachian Staff 2. Annis M. Byers Forest Citv Billy Shuford Burns Science Math Club 2, 3. Valdese £)!g is(t Young Women ' s Christian Association 1. 4 Weslev Foundation I; House Council 2; Chrislma Court 2; Mav Court 2; Varsouvianna 2; Appalachia Staff 1. 2. 3; Rhododendro.n Staff 3. 4; Future Tejchers of America 4. Anna Gail Camp Chcrryville Grammar Grade Education Colleen Campbell West Jefferson Grammar Grade Education Robert Darrell Campbell West Jefferson Math aiid Science Carolyn Cleo Capshaw States ' ille Primary Education Young Women ' s Christian Association I; Bap- tist Student Union I; Association for Childhood Education 4; House Council 3; Pep Club 1, 2. Mary Loli Carpenter Marion Home Ecotiotnics and Science Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3; Young Women ' s Christian Association I, 2; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. Marilyn Tate Carroll Forest City Grammar Grade Education Francis Elwyn Carter VVadesboro Physical Education and Social Studies fsssmm s. iini SENIORS . p™ — 5— — — B ;— 2 Peggy Ann Gray Carter Winston-Salem J y TB wiMWIWWiWWBM W Bi5wi Music Education f , ) %!f ' ' " ' ISSmShSSS BSSS ' ' " ' Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2. ?,; Orchestra I, 2, i, 4, S , «8MlHHftiMMflMNSpR i 9bBtt Soloist Christinas Oratorio 3; Chorale 2, 3, Accotnpanist 4; Young Women ' s It. ' ' MalM5BfMM ' |5h Christian Association 1, 2; Westminster Fellowship 1. 2, 3, 4, Vice- I g MWUMWiy " M President 2, 3, 4; Religious Council 2. r ' mSSSSSSSmtf Anne Temple Cassity Spruce Pine mar . " M Primary Education I iflHKHFHf H X ' ernician Society; Baptist Student Union; Future Teachers of An ij KSS n Association of Childhood EJu Hj ( 5 Ik ' ' Caudell Rhonda Br L : JSS? wS R English and Science ■ t r ■ J ' T " ' " " " !■ T - H Internptional Relations Club 4; Fu:ure Teachers of America 4; Science Club 4; Pfeiffer College. Sandra Carole Caudell Roxboro Grammar Grade Education Margaret Chui Hong Kong Primary Education International Relations Club; Wesley Foundation; Young Women ' s Christian Association; Superlative 4. Reginald Clark Crossnore K M Carter Elkin Physical Education and Social Studies . r-j .■ ' " ' f Team. DUSiTiess Education Baptist Student Union; Young Men ' s Christian .Association. Tj. j CuRTIS ClINE Boone Business Education Martha DuVALL Carter Lenoir Future Business Leaders of .America 3, 4. Home Ecotiomics t -■ i f A • Vernician Society I, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Play JaMES IrWIN CoBBLER MoUHt AlfA ' craftcrs 1, 2; Varsouvianna 1; Young Democrats 3. 4; Junior Counselor r J rJ .■ 3; Chi Lambda Chi 3; Canterbury CTuh 1. 2; May Court 4. Grammar Gra- e bducatwn One Hundred Fifty-six -» filial « Bill Gray Coble Mount Air ' Physical Education and Social Studies Ray Von Cook Pilot Mountain Science Collegiate Civic Club. Nancy Ellen Cooke Lavvndale Physical Education and Social Studies Women ' s Athletic Association 1.2. 3. 4; Pi Gam- ma Mu 3, 4; Physical Education Club 1. 2, 3; Marshal 3. Alvis L. CoRUM Lcaksvillt Physical Education and Social Studies Amelia Ann Costner Waynesville Grammar Grade Education Donald Ray Craig Cranieiton Business Education Business Club. Evelyn Craig Blowing Rock Science and Social Studies Women ' s Athletic Association 1. 2; Physical Ed- Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2; Y. W. C. A. 1; in Society 2. i, 4. Clenda June Crouch Nebo Primary Education Nancy Carol Crowell Asheboro Home Economics ; Club 3, 4; Wesley Frances Marlene Daniels Statesville Primary Education David Eugene Day North Wilkesboro Physical Education and Mathematics Nina Mildred Dellinger Spruce Pine Grammar Grade Education and Library Science Mars Hill I; Baptist Student Union 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 4; Library Science Club 4. Sara Janette Dickson Lenoir Pritnary Education Association of Childhood Education 1. 2. 3; Voung Women ' s Christian Association 1, 2; Junior Counselor 3. Nell Wilhelm Dinkins East Bend Social Sttidies and Science Baptist Student Union 1, 2; The Appahichian 1: International Rebtions Club. Treasurer 3, Vice- President 4; Pi Gamma Mu, Secretary 3, 4. Eunice Mae Dishman Mooresville Grammar Grade Education AvA Donna Duncan Flat Rock Grammar Grade Education Librao ' Staff 1, 2; Emmanuel Junior College; Hc.usc Cc.uni.il 3. 4. Jerry Thompson Dunn Mebane Physical Education and Social Studies Football 1, 2, 3. Dorothy Carol Easter Winston-Salem Business Education Flving Fish 1, 2. 3. 4; Appalettes Drill Team 2; ISalitist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Club I, 4. SENIORS Miles L. Eckard Connelly Springs jMathematics and Science Ijobby Euc;ene Edwards Cooleemee Business Education Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4, President 4, Vice President 3; Chi Lambda Chi 3, 4, President 4; Future Business Leaders of America 1. 2, 3, 4; Inter- national Relations Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Men ' s Christian Association 1, 2, 3. President 3, Treasurer 2; Religious Council; Future Teachers of America 4; X ' arsnuvianna 1, 2. 3, 4; Junior Marshal; Who ' s Who Amoiin Stmlt ' iits in .ApiMTJcmi Uiiiiersities unl Cnllcni ' i 4. Geraldine i !. Edwards West Jefferson Primary Education App„l„cliii.„ Staff 2. 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Christian Teachers Club 3; Young Women ' s Christian Association 1; Association of Childhood Education 1. 2, 4; Young Democrats Club 4. Ruby Neal Elkins Clarkton Grammar Grade Education Christian Teachers Club. Secretar - 2, 3. 4; Future Teachers if America 2; Young Women ' s C hristian Association 1. 2; Religious Council 3. Naomi Elliott Black Mountain Mathematics and Science Playcrafters; Appalachian Staff. Charles Douglas Elmore Newport News, Virginia Physical Education amd Social Studies Inlramurals; Collegiate Civic Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; Physical Education Club 4. Ierry Ralph Ennis Erwin Physical Education and Social Studies iseball 3. 4; Men ' s " A " Club; Intramurals itHTi Page One Hundred Fifty-eight rrMAfe I© ft ' Barbara Ann Eubanks Winston Salem Gramrmtr Grade Education jMars Hill College 1, 2. Shiri.ev Ann I lippen Pilot Mountain Primary Ediicaticm William Keith Faulkner Burlington Social Studies Jeannette Craig Fincannon Boone Primary Education Association of Childhood Education 1. 2. 3. Robert Eugene Fincannon Boone Social Studies and Physical Education Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3; Baptist Student Union 1; Young Men ' s Christian Association 1. 2. 3; Religious Council 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Ap- paiachian Staff 4. Thomas W. Finlev North Wilkesboro Physical Education and Social Studies Football I, Manager 2, 3. 4; Mens " A " Club 3, 4, Sergeant at Arms 3; Physical Education Club 2. 3; Basketball Manager 3, 4. David Franklin Floyd Denton Physical Education and Social Studies William Clark Ford Indian Trail Business Educatioyi and Social Studies Mary Carol Foster Mill Spring English and Social Studies Canterbury- Club I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Presi dent 4; Religious Council 4; House Council 3 4; Young Democrats Club 3. 4; Y ' oung Women ' s Christian Association 1. 2; Choraliers 2; Appiilachia}i Staff 4; Pep Club 1. Wallace Foster Statcs ille Science and Social Studies illiam Heaton Fox. Burlington Business Education Joe Terry Francis Stuart, Virginia Physical Education and Social Studies Nancy J. Frazier Lenoir Science and Mathematics Science Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Math Club 1, 2. 3. 4. President 4; Young Democrats Club 3. 4. Secretar - 3. 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3; Canterbury Club 1. 2. 3. 4; X ' arsouvianna 1; Beta Beta Beta 3. 4. Vice- CoY Blaine Froneberger Cherryville Physical Education and Social Studies Baseball 3, 4; Men ' s " A " Club 3. 4. Billy Eugene Frye Concord Grammar Grade Education and English Playcrafters 1, 2, 3. 4, ' icc President 3; A pha Ira Gwvn Gambill North Wilkesboro Business Education Thelma Marie Gentry Statesville Grammar Grade EAitcaiion Teachers of America 4; Association of SENIORS Willie Roger Gentry Business Education Collegiate Civic Club; Business Club. Lovvgap Iefferson O. Gettys Ellenboro Mathematics and Physical Education Veteran ' s Club. Ralph M. Gilbert Lincolnton Grammar Grade Education and Social Studies Association of Childhood Education; International Relations Club. Charles Ray Glenn Marion i lathematics Math Club; Collegiate Civic Club. Hilda B. Goforth Kings Mountain Grammar Grrade Education DoMiNiCK George Gomedella, Jr. Ervvin Physical Education and Social Stttdies Campbell ColleRe 1, 2; Physical Education Club 3; Intramurals i. 4. Herbert Lowell Goodman West Jefferson Physical Education and Social Studies Martha Lee Goodson Lincolnton Grammar Grade Education Christian Teachers Club 3; Future Teachers of America 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 1, 4; Young Women ' s Christian Association 3, 4; . ppalettes 2, 3; Appalachian Staff 3; Young Democrats Club 4. ge One Hundred Sixty (T ' " ' lilitMIMMfl O - 5 % Celia Sue Graham Lansing Home Economics and Science Home Economics 2, 3, 4. ' ice-President 4; House Council 3; Young VVomen ' s Christian Association 2; Lees xVlcRae College 1. Charles M. Graham Business Education Todd William Reece Graham Todd Business Education and Social Studies Business Clul . Patricia Ann Greene Shelby Science Gardner Webb Junior College I, 2; Beta Beta Beta. Rosa Annette Greene Laurinburg Grammar Grade Education Association of Childhood Education 1, 3; Future Teachers of America I, 3; Appaluchian Staff 1. 3. Ro Beauford Greene Crossnore Business Education Titus Walter Greene Gastonia Physical Education and Social Studies Westminster Fellowship 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer of Sophomore Class; Future Teachers " 4; Physical Education Club 1, 2, 3, 4; al Relations Club. Sam M. Greer Moravian Falls Business Education and Social Studies ISusiness Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4. Lester Grimes, Jr. Mount Airy Business Education Men ' s " A " Club. Charles B. Guy Statesville Mathematics and Physical Education Band; Math Club. Jerry Murl Haas Hudson Physical Education and Social Studies Physical Education Club; Brevard College 1, 2. Pattie Sue Haga East Bend Primary Education Appalachian Staff 2, 3; Lutheran Student Asso- ciation 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 4; Intramurals 2. Benny Thomas Haithcock Mount Gilead Business Education Business Club; Collegiate Civic Club, Charles L. Hales Clinton English and Social Studies Campbell Junior College 1, 2; Playcrafters 3. 4, President 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Alpha Psi Omega 4. Robert C ale Hall Burnsville Business Education Mars Hill College 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 3. Ervin O. Hallyburton Morganton Social Studies Physical Hdu Int; als; In Carol Christine Harrell Bakersville Physical Education and Social Studies Westminster Fellowship I, 2; Young Women ' s Christian Association 1; Pep Club I; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Council 3; House Council 1; Junior Counselor 3; Rhododendron Staff SENIORS Richard B. Harrington Broadway Mathematics and Physical Education liMMY Payne Harrison Boone Business Education Patrick Riley Harrison Denton Business Education and Social Stttdies Chorus I. 2. 3; Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4; Young Men ' s Christian ss..ci:itiun I, 2, 3; Cheerleader 1; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Business Club 1; Siialint Council 3; Junior Marshal; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Sigma Theta ( hi 4; Rhododendron Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Editor 1, Activities Editor 2. istant Editor i. Editor in-Chief 4; r io ' s Who Among SlliiJents m American Universities and Colleges 4; Superlati e 4. Martha Jean Haulk Forest City Grammar Grade Education Association for Childhood Education 3, 4; Vernician Society 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 3. 4, Executive Council 4; Mars Hill College I. 2. Rosalie Hawkins Cliffside Library Science Wake Forest College 1, 2; Library Science Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; International Relations Club 3, 4, Historian 4; Baptist Student Union i, 4; House Council 3. Fred W. Hay Kannapolis Social Studies Wingate Junior College I, 2. Charles Agustus Helms Cherryville Business Education and Social Studies Business Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Young Men ' s Christian Association 1. 2, 3. 4; Vice President 3, Secretary 4; Baptist Student Union I. 2, 3. 4. C;reater Council 3; Men ' s " A " Club 3, 4; Varsity Wrestling 2. 3. 4. Dorothy Jean Helms Charlotte Mathematics and Science House Council; Science Club; Intramurals. f% ' Page One Hundred Sixty-two fl ' Ilk ' ' — . " ' • - ' Betty Ruth Hodges Boone EngiisJi Fumre Teachers of America, President 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Wlios Who Among Students hi Universities mtd Colleges 4. Jack R. Hodges Banner Elk Grammar Grade Education Tommy Preston Holcomb Elkir Business Education and Social Studies Cheerleader; Varsouvianna; Business Club; Futun Teachers of America; Baptist Student Union. Presi dent 4; Religious Council. Carolyn Joanne Hollar Yadkin ille Business Education Patriclv Ann Honeycutt Casar Primary Education Future Teachers of America. . nne Rader Hoover North V ' ilkesboro Primary Education Hazel Marie Hoover Charlotte Business Education and Social Studies Business Club 2. i, 4; . ssistant Dormitory Hostess 3. 4. Cecil Edgar Houck, Ir. I odd Business Education Business Club 3. 4. Donald Houser Morganton Science and Social Studies Science Club. Edith Josephine Houston Charlotte Grammar Grade Education and Social Studies International Relations Club 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3. President 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Orchestra 2, 3. 4; Young Democrats Club 3; Apptdachian Staff 3. 4; House Council 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellow- ship I. 2, 3. 4. Bobby R. Howard Winston-Salem Grammar Grade Education Baptist Student Union; .Association for Child- hood Education; Young Men ' s Christian Association, President 3; Chi Lambda Chi 3; Chorus 2. Rebecca Snider Howard Winston-Salem Grammar Grade Education Baptist Student Union 1.2, 3, 4. Bessie Babbitt Howell . Swannanoa Elementary Education Dwight Coodman Howell Spruce Pine Business Education and Social Studies Grace Marie Hudson High Point Primary Education Fu:ure Teachers of America; . ' ssociation for Child- hood Education; AppaUtchian Staff; Debate Team; Pi Kappa Delta; House Council. SENIORS Carolyn Patton Hutchins Granite Quarry Mathematics and Science iMalh Club 1; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary i. President 4 Beta Beta Beta 3, 4, Secretary 3. Secretary ' of Southeastern Region 4 ' esley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Appalachian Staff, Assistant Busines; Manager 3, Business Manager 4; Chi Lambda Chi, 4; Sigma Theta Ch 4; Who ' s Who Ainotig Students in American Universities and Colleges 4 Paul Jerby Hutchins Winston-Salem Grammar Grade Education and English Cheerleader 1, Junior 1,,, Staff 1 : I Calleges 4. Chief 4; Student CouncU 4; Rhoekjdendron It r.h ..r 3, Associate Editor 4; Varsouvianna ; C h, 1 ..inbda Chi 4; Sigma Theta Chi 4; Lin. 1,11, II I. 2. 3. 4; Playcratters 3; Appalachian iuuii Itulciits in American Unix ' ersities and Hickorv Betty Sue Isenholir Home Economics Home Economics Club 1,2, 3, 4. Susan Elizabeth Jack Tryon Grammar Grade Education Association for Childhood Education 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretao ' 2, Vice- President 4; Pep Club 1; Young Women ' s Christian Association; Young Democrats Club 4. Olavia Faye Jackson Autryville Grammar Grade Education Mount Airy Carl Francis Hughes Science and Mathemalii ColIcKiate Civic Club. John Russell Muie Grammar Grade Education Science Club. 3adi Oil Roger Hiatt Jackson Social Studies Ceorge Lewis Jamison, Jr. Covington, Virginia Business Education aiut Social Studies Leah Christine Jenkins Gastonia Gramnutr Grade Education and English College Chorus 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2. 3, 4; House Council 2; Appalachian Staff 3; Junior Counselor 3; Rhoixjdendron Staff 3, 4. VS f itiii Page One Hundred Sixty-four -i ( 4t%lfiii»i iliil i William Edwin Jennings Banner Elk Science Thomas Joines Traphill Riismess Education Robert E. Ioiinson Ahoskii Matiieniatics miA Social Studies Sarah Nell [ohnson Willow Spring Primary Education Campbell Junior College 1, 2; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 1, 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 3; International Relations Club 3. Theodore Samuel [ohnson Abbottsburg Mathematics Carrie Elizabeth Jones Laurel Springs Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2. 3. 4, Officer 4; Pep Club I: Future Teachers of America 3: Young Women ' s Christian Association 2: Westminster Fel- Invvship 2. Cliff Keplab Boone Science Iohn David Kilby Cherry ille Business Education and Social Studies Band 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice-President 2. 3, President 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Collegiate Civic Club 4; Business Club 3. 4. Donald R. Kincaid Lenoir Physical Education and Social Studies John Paul Kni ght States ' ille Physical Education and Science Phyllis McRary Knight Conover Primary Education John Van Koontz Lexington Physical Education and Social Sttidies Shelby Ingram Lanier Kernersvillc Mathematics and Science Ben F. Leatherman Morganton Biistiress Education and Social Studies Golf Team 2, 3. 4. Elbert Franklin Lennon, Jr. Wilmington Business Edtication Mildred Glenda Lewis Boone Mathematics and Science Spartanburg Junior College 1, 2. Barney Louis Lisk Charlotte Science and Social Studies Ianice Virginia Little Newton Primary Education Vemician Society 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4; Association for Chiltlhi.iid Education 3; May Court 4. SENIORS )oYCE L Little Newton Primary Education ' emician Society 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 3; Association tor Cliildhood Education 3. Monte Ann Little Jefferson Grammar Grade Education Young Women ' s Chris tian Association I, 2; ' arsou ' ianna 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Modem Dance 4. Thomas Carl Little Warrensville Business Education and Social Studies Business Club 3. 4. Carolyn Long Rixkingham Grammar Grade Education House Council I; Wesley Foundation 1. 2, 3; Appulncliinti Staff 1, Majorette 2; Association for Childhood Education 4. Betty Arlene Lutz Clemmons Music Education Y ' oung Women ' s Christian Association I; Westminster Fellowship I, 2; Varsouvianna Club 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorale 3; Music Educators Club 1. 2, 3: Firing Fish 3. 4; Lutheran Student Association 3, 4. President 4. Bill Lyons Boone Physical Education and Social Studies Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, President 4: Senior Class Treasurer; Chi Lambda Chi 4. Mary Joyce Lytle Lexington Science Science Club 3, 4; Rhoixjdendron Staff 1, 2, 3. 4, Business Manager 4; Young Women ' s Christian Association I, 2, 3; Future Teachers of .Vmerica 4; ChoraJiers I; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Theta C ' hi 4. Treasurer 4; Junior Counselor 3; House Council 4, Secretary 4; Women ' s Athletic Association I, 2; Pep Club 1; Non-Major Intramu- murals 4. Page One Hundred Sixty-six 4, Eloise Ann McBee Arden Home Econoviics lub; Baptist Student Union; Il,.mc Economics Club; Baptist Mars Hill Junior College 1, 2. Kenneth Boyd McCarn Belmont Business Education Opal Hartsell McCarn Concord Grammar Grade Education Young Women ' s Christian Association 1. 2. i. Treasurer 2: Appalcttes Drill Team 1; emician Society I. 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2. James B. McCraw GaFfney, S. C. Physical Education and Social Studies Physical Education Club 1; Athletic Trainer 2. 3. 4. Sibyl McDonald Forest City Science Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Young Women ' s Christian Association 1. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Choraliers 1; Pep Club 1; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2. Vice-President 3. 4; Appalachian Staff 1, 2, 3, 4. News Editor 2, Associate Editor 3, Production Manager 4; Rho- E ODENT RON Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Editor 1, Feature Editor 2, Activity Editor 3, Managing Editor 4; House Council 1, 2, Vice-President 1; State Student Legislature 1; Debate Team 2, 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3. 4. Vice-President 3; Junior Counselor 3; Sigma Theta Chi 4. President 4; Chi Lambda Chi, 2, 4; Vemician Society 4; Who s Who Atncntu Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. Peggy Nell McDowell Campobello, S. C. Grammar Grade Education Theresa Marlene McGee Lenoir Mathematics and Social Studies Baptist Student Union: Women ' s Athletic Asso ciation I; Junior Counselor; Mathematics Club I. 2. 3. 4. President 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4. William C. McGraw Shelby Business Education Bobbie Jean McGulre Boone Science and Social Studies Carol Mackie McGuire Granite Falls Grammar Grade Education ' ernician Society; Young Women ' s Christian As sociation; Pep Club; Rhoiwdendron Staff: Major- ette: House Council; Intramurals. Martha B. McInty ' re Winston-Salem Primary Education Young Women ' s Christian Association 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 3; Varsouvianna 3; Intramurals 1. 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 2; Pep Club I; Junior Counselor 3; Wesley Foundation I, 2, 3. Ben McKee Shelbv Business Education and Social Studies Baseball: Men ' s " A " Club. President: Business Club: Chi Lambda Chi: Student Council: Veteran ' s Club: Vice-President of Sophomore Class: President of Senior Class; U ' ho ' s Who Ammig Students in Universities and Colleges 4; Superlative 4. Clayton A. McKinney Carthage Physical Education and Social Studies Wrestling Team; Men ' s " A " Club. Zeb V. McKinney Boone Science Science Club I. 2, 3, 4. Nancy Glenn McLean Lowell Primary Education Society 1. 2. 3. 4, Se. John McLeod Broadway Social Studies and Physical Education Mary June McNeil Millers Creek Gramrmtr Grade Education Horace Haywood Mabry ' Albemarle Music Education Band 4; Young Men ' s Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Song Leader 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2. 3; Association of Childhood Education 2; International Relations Club 2; ColleRe Choir I, 2, 3, 4; Music Education Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Weslev Foundation 4. SENIORS David Mackorell Gastonia Grammar Grade Education Plavcrafters 1, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 1, 2. 3, 4. President 4; ChristiEn Teachers Club 1, 2. 3, 4. President 3, Secretary Treasurer 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3; Religious Council 3, 4; Asso- cia.ion of Childhood Education 2. 4; Varsouvianna 2; Young Men ' s Christian Associati.m 4. Iames Frank Maines Scntt ille Physical Educr.tion and Social Studies Ph siciil Educaticn Club; " arsouvicnn::; In rcmurE;K. LiLA Louise Malone Greensboro Primary Education Secretary ' of Freshman Class: Student Council 1. 2. 3. 4, Renorter 2. Secretary 3; Cheerleader 2. 3. 4; Junior Counselor 3; Chi Lambla Chi 4, Secretary 4; College Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Vemician Society 2, 3, 4. Treasure- 3, President 4; Who ' s Who Among, Students in American Universities and Colleges 3, 4; Superlative 4. Iris Stallings Mamlin Primary Education Shirley Iane Maness Ens,lish Blowing Rock . . . Troutman Belmont Charles Aulden Maney Business Education and Social Studies Varsouvianna 1. 2, 3. 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Vice President 4; Future IJusiness Leaders of America 1. 2. 3, 4. Mary Jean Marshall Mount Airy English Pep Club 1; Wesley Foundation 2, 4; Religious Council 4: Young Women ' s Christian Association 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3. ' ice President 4; Phododendron Staff 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Sigma Theta Chi 4. f , .C Page One Hundred Sixty-eight MtU.Htl Richard Marshall Flat Rock Mathematics and Science Shirley Johnson Martin Boon ilk ' English and Physical Edtication Women ' s Athle ' .ic Association 1, 2, i. 4. Treas urer 4; Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Secretar ' 4; Pep Club 1; Mo ' em Dance 3; Women ' s " A " ( lub 4; Physical Education Club 1, 2: House Council 1. 2. I Ielen Rose Mask Racford Social Studies and English Mars Hill Junior Collese 1 . James Arthur Mask Maiitm Business Education Baseball 1. 2. 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Men ' s " A " Hub 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 3; Student Council; ' ct erans Club 4, Presi- ' ent 4; Pi OmeRa Pi 3. 4; College Chorus 4; Who ' s Who AmoiiR S(ii,(ciHs ill Anwricmi Universities atid Colleges 4. Phoebe Ramey Miller Boone Science and Social Studies Sara Kathryn Miller Vale Business Education Rhododendron Staff 2; Intramural Basketball 2, 3. 4; Business Club 3. 4; Women ' s Athletic Asso- ciation 2. 3. 4. Dan Mitchell Statcs ' illc Physical Education and Science Mary Lea Moretz Boone Grammar Grade Edj catio i Bill Kenneth Mull Morganton Physical Education and Social Studies Veteran ' s Club. Secretary; Civic ColleRiatc CMub. Ronald Murray Lincolnton Grammar Grade Education Library Science Club. Thomas Gordon Muse Carthage Physical Education and Social Studies Thomas Claude Neal Fort Mill, S. C. Physical Education and Social Studies Intramurals. Leon Arrowood Miller Shelby Business Educatioti and Social Studies Class Treasurer 1; Band 1; Business Club 1. Carl Alex Morrow, Jr. JMooresville Business Education Shirley Needham Pilot Mountain Primary Education Jack Harvey Nixon North Wilkesboro Business Editciition and Social Studies Sarah Ruth Nixon Home Economics Ramseur Council 2, 3, SENIORS William T. Noblitt Shelby English and Social Studies Chi Lambda Chi 4; Sigma Theta Chi 4; Appalachian Staff 3, 4. Editor in-Chief 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. Earl Norris Boone Physical Educati-on and Social Studies Intramural!. 1, 2. 3, 4. Cornelia Barker Oakes Burlington Fritnary Education Association for Childhood Education; Vouuk W imen ' s Christian Asso- ciation: Christian Teachers Club. Mabel Yvonne Painter Lincolnton Primary Education Tl ,nu " Economics Club 2; House Council 3. 1 Ielen H. Parker Boone Business Education Meredith College 1; Westminster Fellowship; ' ernician Society. Margaret Lorene Parker Mill Spring Business Education liusiness CUih; Pi Omega Pi; House Council 2, 3. Bonnie Margaret Pasour Dallas Grammar Grade Education and Library Science .Association for Childhood Education; Future Teachers of . merica; Library Science Club; House Council; Junior Counselor; Marshal 3. Junius Newell Patterson Broadway Mathematics and Science Page One Hundred Seventy - ' 1 iM Alice Linda Patton I lickory Primary Education House Council 1; Association of Childhinxl Kd- ucation 4; Wesley Foundation. Nina Joyce Payne Thomas illc English High Point College 1, 2. Edwin Eugene Peeler Shelby Grammar Grade Education C;ardncr Webb Junior CnllcEC 1, 2. Erie Meredith Perry Mount Airy P i; ' s cfl Education and Social Studies Basketball 2. 3. EiMiL Pfister Waxhaw Science ' ingate Junior College I, 2. Phyllis Pharr Da idson Pliysical Education and Social Studies Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2; Y. V. C. A. I; Physical Education Club 1, 2, 4; Flying Fish 4; Westminster Fellowship I; Appalettes 2. I)()ut;LAs O. Phillips Spruce Pine Business Education Business Cluh. James Donald Phillips Moores ille Mathematics and Social Studies ' oung Men ' s Christian Association I, 2, 3. Officer 3; Intramurals 1, 2. 3, North State Intra murals 3. Marvin Randolph Phillips Lynchburg, S. C. t ' hrsical Education and Social Studies Wingate Junior College 1, 2. Shelva Jean Pickler New London Grammar Grade Education Association for Childhood Education 2, 4; Bap- tist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Executive Council 1, 2. 3. Marlene Pilkenton Lenoir Grammar Grade Education Clyde William Ply ' ler, Jr. Statesville Mathematics and Science Frederic Henry Pons, Jr. Valdese Grammar Grade Education C;ardner Webb Junior College 1, 2. Joyce Anne Pope Macon Library Science Frank Edward Poteat Lenoir Physical Education and Social Studies LoRENE PoTEAT Salisbury Grammar Grade Education Council 3, 4: Mary Dale Poteat Shelbv Primary Education SENIORS Frances Gilkey Proctor Marion Primary Education Association for Childhood Education. Kathryn M. Propst Lenoir English Westminster Fellowship 2, 3; Science Club 1; ' arsouvianna 2; Youns ' omen ' s Christian Association 1. 2; Business Club 1. Syble Ann Putnam Waco Primary Education Grant . Queen Drexel Science and Physical Education Baseball 2. i. Thomas H. Ratledge Boone Business Education and Social Studies Husiness Club; Intramurals; Senior Marshal; Pi Omega Pi 4. Willie Latimer Rea Matthews Physical Education and Social Studies WrestlinK I, 3. 4; Dormitory President 4; Men ' s " A " Club 4. Harriet Joyce Redding Gastonia Grammar Grade Education Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3. 4. Religious Council 3; Younfi Women ' s Christian Association 1. Annie Sue Cline Reid Rhodhiss Business Education Vcrnician Society; Majorette 2; Junior Marshal; Pi OmeRa Pi. I ' 5 ' " %) V f « . ' . -X ilii ii Page One Hundred Seventy-two CiAiL Deloris Reid Ciianitc Fill Home Ecmiomics Home Economics Club I, 2, 4. |ac;k Thomas Robinson Raleigh Claude William Savage Gastonia F iysica! Education and Social Studies Physical Education and Social Studies Mary Frances Reynolds Lincolntc Home Economics Fred Reynolds Cheny illc Music Educatioit Frank Benard Rhodes Thomas ille Science Collegiate Civic Club 3, 4. Vice-President i. Nancy Faye Rimmer Flurdle Mills Primary Education Mary Catherine Robinson Gastonia Music Education CiRACE Carolyn Rollins Shelby Grammar Grade Education ' ernician Socie;v 3. 4; Association for Childhood Education i. 4; Baptist Student Union 3, 4, Chorus; AppLlettes 3, 4. iXerene Lawrence Rouse Aberdeen Primary Education Ramona B. Sanders Hildebran Physical Education and Social Studies 4; Mouse Council 3. 4. 2, 3, 4, Offii Jackson N. Scott Pike ille Physical Education and Science Science Club; Baptist Student Union. William Franklin Scott Boone Physical Education and Social Studies Pi Omega Pi 3, 4. Blair C. Sells Monroe Physical Education and Sociid Studies ' eteran ' s Club. Grace Carol Sentell Hendeisonvilie Physical Education and Social Sttidies Westminster Fellowship 1. 2; Pen Club 1; Young ' ( men ' s Christian .Association 1; Women ' s A.hletic Association 1, 2, 3. 4; Intramural Council 4i House Roy Shaw Dan ' ille, Virginia Science and Socitil Studies Charles Kenneth Shook Newland Science and Physical Education Patricia Richard Shuford Boger City Grammar Grade Education Association for Childhood Education. SENIORS Reba Ann Shuford Statesxille Primary Education ,.ung U ' omens Christian Association 1; House Council i. Nancy Carolyn Sides Salisbury Business Education and Social Studies Luther; n Student Association 1, 2. 4; Cheerleader 1, 2. i, 4; Junior Counselor 3; Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Future Teachers of America 4; Intramurals I, 2; Rhoixjdendron Staff 4. Sarah Annette Sigmon Mt. Holly Primary Education Mars Hill College 1, 2; Baptist Student Union. Executive Council; Pi Kappa Delta. Paul A. Sloop Mooresville Business Education Betty Anne P. Smith Salisbury Library Science Librarj ' Science Club 1, 2, i, 4. Vice-President 3. President 4; Young Women ' s Christian Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3. 4, President 3; Religious Council 2. 3. 4, Vice President 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3, 4. Betty Jean Smith Minneapolis Physical Education and Social Studies Young Women ' s Christian .Association 1; Pep Club I; Varsouvianna 2. 3, 4, President 4; Women ' s Athletic -Association 1, 2, 3. 4; Vemician Society 3, 4; Cheerleader 3. 4; Junior Marshal, Puhlic Programs Com- mittee 3; Chi Lambda Chi 4. Irva Frances Smith Gastonia Business Education Cheerleader; ' emician Society; Business Club. Page One Hundred Seventy four f % f it Ml I ff D Ralph Donald Smith Mt. Airy Business Education Pi Omega Pi. BiLLv Dean Smitherman Yadkinxille Physical Education and Social Studies William Snyder Winston-Saleni Science and Social Studies Beta Beta Beta 2. 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu i. 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3; Science Club 2, 3; Young Men ' s Christian Association 1, 2, 3; ' eslev Foundation I. 2. 3, 4, President 4; Chorus 3: Christian Teachers Club 1, 2; Religious Council 1. 2. 3. 4. Secrelar) 3. President 4; Beta Beta Beta Regional President 4; Who ' s Wha Among Students hi Americm: Utti- VL ' ruities and Colleges 4. WiLMA J. Snyder Winston-Salem Primary Education Woman ' s College 1; Association for Childhood Education 2, 3. 4, President 4; Rhouodendkun Staff 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 3. s.Mii.,u I :it..r 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4, OIlur, I. :, ?, 4; House Council 3; Chi LamKl.i ( In (, I;, limmis C iuncil 3; Chorus 3; Sigma Tlitl i ( hi -I; W lui ' s Who Among Students in Anwriccm UniiiTsilies ami Colleges 4. Margaret Storie Blowing Rock Home Economics Virginia Sullivan Lenoir English and Physical Edtication Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2; Physical Ed- ucation Club 1; House President 3; Student Council 4, Reporter 4; Junior Class Secretary 3; Ve Society 4: WUo ' s Who Among Stilrfeijts in A Universities and Colleges 4; Superlative 4. IJoBBv R. Taylor Coldsboro Music Education Lacy H. Taylor, Jr. Lumberton Matheiniitics and Social Studies Alice Marie Teague Lowell Grammar Grade Education Young Women ' s Christian Association 1; ' . souvianna 1 ; President 3. and 1, 2, 3, 4; Do Maurice A. Templeton Business Education Golf Team 4. Mary Aline Terry Monroe Grammar Grade Education Wingate College 1, 2; Association for Childhood Education 4; Future " Teachers of America 4; Baptist Student Union 3, 4. Bob L. Thomas Bakersvilie Physical Education and Social Studies Bii LIE [line Tilley Boone Primary Education Young Women ' s Christian Association 1, 2; Var- souvianna 1; Appalachian Staff 2: Intramurals 1; Association for Childhood Education 1, 2. Ethel Victoria Townsend Boone Home Economics Lutheran Student Association; Home Economics C liih. Grace Yvonne Underwood Wingate Library Science Wingate Junior College 1, 2; Baptist Student Union; Executive Council 3, 4; Library Science Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Intramurals 3, SENIORS Harry LIpchurch Mount Gilead Btisiness Education Business Club: Collegiate Civic Club: Wreslinf; Manager 4. Dolly Dawn Vanderlip . .Charlotte Physical Education and Science Physical Education Club 1. 2; Women ' s Athletic Association I. Vice-President 3. President 4: Young Women ' s Christian Association I: Junior Counselor: Student Council 3; Junior Marshal; Class Secretan ' 3: House President 4; Women ' s " A " Club 3, 4; WUr s Who Among Students in American Univer sities and Colleges 4; Superlative 4. Lloyd Vess Lenoir Social Studies Nora Janice Wacner Spencer Primary Education Rachel Ann Walker Rutherfordton Grammar Grade Edticatioti Barb. ra Ann Watkins Forest City Physical Education and Social Studies AIoLem Dance 2, 3, 4, Secretar ' 3, Vice-President 4; Physical Education Club 1, 2; VVomen ' s Athletic Association 1, 2; Dormitory President 4; House Council 4; Vernician Society 4; Public Programs Committee 4; May Court, Maid of Honor 4. Katherine Mae Watkins Kannapolis Primary Education Wingate Junior College 1, 2; Future Teachers of America; Association for Childhood Education: College Chorus. Martha Lane Watson Oxford Grammar Grrnle Education and English Wesley foundation 1; Young Women ' s Cnristian Lou Floy Watts Tabor City English and Mathematics .Math Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Secretary 3; Physical Euucation CJub 1, 2; ' omens .Atnle.ic .- ssoCiation 1. 2; Young Women ' s Christian .-Association 1; Play- ciatlers 3, 4, Historian 4; ItHODODENDRON Staff 3; tiaptist Stuaent LInion 1, 2, 3, 4; ' arsou -ianna 3. Charles Webb Charlotte Science Mars Hill College 1. 2; Baptist Student Union 3, 4. iLiI Thomas Hampton Webb Science Science Club 4. Wanda Lee Weese Miami, Florida Physical Educaticm and Social Studies Women ' s .-Athletic .Association 1,2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2. 3: Band 4; Young Women ' s Christian Asso- ciation 1; Weslev Foundation 1; Chorus 1. William KLack Welborn Boone Phyiicnl Edxcatiou and Social Studies Agnes Sally Ann White Olin Primary Education Blifort N. Widenhouse Kannapolis Physical Education and Social Studies College Chorus 1. 2. 3: Men ' s Octet 1. 2; Double Octet I. 2: Cheerleader 2; Junior arsitv Basket- bill 2. £ ZZW P J L« T It Ml I • rJ ' IPU J " " « TTJ « ■% Edgar Wilcox West Jeftcrsun Business Education Bertha Nell Wilson Shelby Primary Education Young Women ' s Christian Association 1; Baptist Student Union 4; Wesley Foundation 1. 2, 3; Future Teachers of America 4; Association of Child- hood Education 2, 3. Dixon Woodie Wilson Hudson Grammar Grade Education Westminster Fellowship 2, 3; Christian Teachers Club Childhood Education 2, 3; ' Ann Peeler Winkler Primary Education J. Charles Winkler Boone Grammar Grade Education Association for Childhood Edu Sue Carolyn Wise Salisbury Grammar Grade Education and Social Studies Majorette I, 2, 3, 4, Chief 2, 3, 4; Vemician Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Rhododendron ' Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1; Varsouvianna I; Pep Club 1; House Council 2. Carolyn Young Wood . Swannanoa Primary Education North Greenville Junior College 1. 2; Baptist Student Union 3, 4, Executive Council 3, 4; Asso- ciation for ChUdhood Education 4. Zane Noel Woodie Piney Creek Business Educaticm and Social Studies ng Men ' s Christian Charlotte Ler Dele Club 2. 3. 4; Yoi Association 1, 2. 3. 4. Larry Woodrov ' Scierjce Nancy Carolyn Woodruff Lenoir Physical Educntimi and Social Studies al Co Athle Ronald Loy Wise Vale Mathematics and Science Thomas H. Woodruff Marion Science and Physical Education Varsouvianna 1, 2, 3, 4; Club I, 2; Science Club 1, 2. 3, 4. Charles P. W ' oods Social Studies Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4. Irene Baker Wortman Science Flora Macdonald College 1. Ivo Wortman, Jr Delco Social Studies Presbyterian Junior College 1. 2. Doyle Annette Yarboro Vale Primary Educatioti Rex Yates Purlear Physical Education and Social Studies Ruby Kathleen Yoling Morganton Primary Educatimt CLASS OF 196 OFFICERS Tommy Day President Molly Colvard Vice-President Carolyn Surratt Secretary John Noles Treasurer Page One Hundred Seventrei ht JUNIORS Don Kendrick Abernathy Gastonia Sylvia Adcock Roxboro Franklin Mansfield Adkins Boone Sidney Adkins Hudson Jerry Wayne Aiken Lincolnton Mildred Viola Alexander Gastoniii Rachel Ann Allen Forest City Lethia Elizabeth Archer Salisbur Billy Santford Ashley Jonesville James Arnold Ashley Roxboro Rosa Lee Ates Newton Franklin D. Austin Marion Carolyn Clarke Ballard States illc Ralph Bernard Bare West Jefferson James Reid Basinger China Grove Henry Bryan Beam Lincolnton Bobby Eugene Beane High Point Nancy Louise Bell Kings Mountain Donald W. Bentley Blowing Rock Thelma Jane Berry Conley Springs Rachel Jane Black Gastonia Ioseph Alder Blackburn Elkin Richard Carroll Blackburn Jefferson Eugene W. Blackwelder, Jr. Cleveland r 0 1 , -»» « HP - J i .k X " T ' — ■ ITj O IT- ( H «SJf%. " «fr " f5 rv JUNIORS Fredrick Lee Blair Banner Elk Ruth Victoria Bondurant Guilford WiLLA Ann Boone Newdale Marv Alan Boozer Greensboro Billy Harold Brackett Longdale Iames Thomas Bridges Mooresboro Larry C. Branch Hickory Claudia Virginia Brittain Asheboro CiENE Lowell Brock North Wilkesboro Audrey Brown Sandy Ridge Barbara Brown Liliington Peggy Brown Ashford John Quincy Bryan Wilkesboro JACK William Buchanan Lenoir Bonnie Lou Burrow Reidsville Thomas Lee Burrus Mount Airv Barbara Harding Campbell Laurinburg Hazel Isabell Campbell Eastover, S. C. Randel Cannon Boone Billy J. Carkoway Morganton Jack David Carpenter Cherryville Aaron J. Carroll Boone Peggy Cathy Charlotte Rachel Caudill Charlotte CLASS OF ' 60 Gratha iMae Caviness Mebane William Dale Chadwick Shallotte Rebecca B. Chamberlain Boone Buddy B. Chapman Stonv Point Mary Gail Cherry Gastonia Bobbie Henley Clawson Boone |ohn Clawson Blowing Rock Kenneth Ted Clawson Boone Patricia Marguerite Collins Marion Kermene LaVerne Colson Granite Quarr ' Molly Sue Colvaed Grumpier Billy Franklin Combs Sparta Jack Combs James Lloyd Conger States ille MoNA Maxine Cooper Velma Ann Cottrell Mary Frances Cowan Asheville Rachel Armeta Cranford Candor Millard Douglas Crater Winston-Salem Darrell Crotts Hampton, Va. John Edward Culler Boone Vickie Thompson Culp Albemarle Kenneth Ray Daves EUenboro Barbara Dawn Davis Cherrvville ,D C ' W| i •■» « W f -» «■ JUNIORS Leah Jeanette Davis Asheville BuRLEY Thomas Day, Jr. Roxboro Charles Allen Deal Waxhaw Keller Deal Landis Don Allen Deaton Morganton Rebecca Margaret Deaton Mooresboro Charles E. Dedmon Shelby Glenda Grey Dellinger Kannapolis [ames Edwin Dellinger Kannapolis Cecil Dobson Nebo Robert Stephens Dorton Wise. Va. G. HoYLE Duncan Walnut Jackie Dunlap Walnut Cove Margaret Gray Dunn Charlotte Bobby Lee Dunnigan Winston-Salem Barbara Jane Edsel Concord Thomas Gerald Edwards Middlesex Nancy Lorraine Eller Landis Thomas Edgar Eller Moravian Falls Virginia Ann Eller Lenoir Avery Columbus Ervin North Wilkesboro Kay Estridge Ansonville Mary Alice Fetner Hendersonville Glenda H. Fowler Monroe CLASS OF ' 60 Daisy Isabelle Fox Stonv Point Doris Elizabeth Fox Morgan ton Susan Rachel Franklin Marion Dale Freeman Winston-Salem Elizabeth Jane Gaultney Forest City William Carl Gheesling Charlotte Ansel Louis Glendenning Oakla vn, 111. Camilla Ann Graeber Concord Robert Milton Gragg John Anderson Green Kenneth Lee Green Homer Fred Greene Roxboro Charlotte Deep Gap Leora a. Greene Margaret Ann Greene Franklin Keith Griggs Beverly Gail Guffee Marion Graham Belmont Gilbert Mitchell Hagler Concord Shirley Ann Haigler Monroe Glenda Ellen Hall Mount Airy Tom FIambright Troutman Sara Mae Hamrick Kings Mountain Betty Jean Harger Danbury Donald R. Harrill Forest City [ Hugh Edwin Harrington Landis I ilil i 7JI JUNIORS William John Harvey Phoenixville, Pa. Betsey Anne Hauser PfafFtown [ean Earl Hawks Oxford BiLLiE Ruth Heath Spruce Pine Walter Gaylon Hefner Spruce Pine Walter David Henry Cono ' er Mary Louise Hensley Dobson James K. Hiatt Mount Airv Ophelia 1 Iildreth Wadesboro Nancy Hamby Hinson State Road Pamela E. Hinson Albemarle 1 JENRv Lee Holcomb Elkin 1 IiRiH Dale Holland Winston-Salem Roy Hollifield Marion Yvonne Dowase Holmes Thomasville LiMiLiE Dare Hovis Dallas JAMES AlDEN HoLISER Hildebran Mavin C. Hudson Vale Dorothy Ieane Hliffman Wilbar Tbeva Lee Hughes Bakersville Iane Mlirray Hulick Shelby Elmo D. Hundley Leaksxille Charles F. Hunniclitt Boone Phil B. Hlinsucker High Point CLASS OF ' 60 Benjamin G. Hurley Jefferson Sue Huskins Burnsville Paul |. F utchison Hays Dixie Lee Jackson Hendersonxillc Gave Fonda Jackson Mount Airy Nina Frances Jackson Raleigh Jimmy Nelson James Monroe Sherrill Street Jenkins Shelbv Mike Jewett W ' ingate Caroleen Iohnson Mars Hill GuRNEY William Johnson Mount Air W. Henry Jones Belmont loHN Gary |ordan Timmonsxille. S. C. Mary Jane Joyner Yadkin illc Ianet Carolyn Klmball Winston-Salem loYCE Jean Kincaid Lenoir Frances Starling Kittrell Kittrell Nancy P. Knowles Shelby P.ebecca Ann Koontz Lexington Kenneth E. Langley Spindalc Robert L. Laws Lenoir Iudith Elizabeth Ledford Burns illc William Edward Lee , Edgemont ' Wanda Rae Lemmons Thomasxille .em kA JUNIORS iMajel Ellen Leonhardt Fallston IsTA Diane Lineberger Dallas Max Huntley Lippard Concord Rcx ' .ER B. Lowe Cramerton Gaile Linker Lowrance Mooresville Linda Ann Lyon Ronda Clara Rebecca McCall Marion Sammy Ann McCall Clover, S. C. Miriam Elizabeth McConnell Ellenboro Barbara Nell McCool Kannapolis Phil C. McGuire Boone Carlos Bill McLean Banner Elk George Maine Boone Arthur Vance Marshall, Jr. Belmont Betty Jane Marshall Granite Falls Samuel Glenn Marshall Winston-Salem Edwin Hugh Martin Troutman Brenda Mast Morganton Iames F. Mauney Lincolnton Dewey Stokes Mayes Kings Mountain Wade D. Meadows Hendersonville Charles Bryan Michael Boone Barbara Joan Miller Marion Joseph W. Miller Mount Ulia CLASS OF ' 60 R. Z. Miller Todd Delores June Miller Kannapolis Robert Everette Miller Morganton Lewis Glenn Mitchell Elk Park liiLiA Lee Moore Charlotte Linda Elaine Moore Wilmington Victoria Anne Moose Mount Pleasant C. Dale Morrison Washington, D. C. Lenus Cameron Morrison Hudson Beaupine Una Morton Albemarle Warner Richard Moser Newton Nancy Carol Motsinger Winston-Salem Ianice Geraldine Murphy Hamrick Merley B. Neal Winston-Salem |iMMY Howard Newsom Thomasville Jimmy Lee Newton Cherrvville foAN Moore Nolan Shelbx Elizabeth Allen Noles Charlotte John Robert Noles Charlotte Barbara Jean Osborne Dobson Shelba Jeanne Packard CI iff side James Edwin Parker Morehead City Shirley Grace Parker Winston-Salem Jesse Marvin Paschall Morganton 1 M f jm (h p c%. c. r) - % . • m -- , _| JH|L J .O i i A V f JUNIORS Florence Lee Payne Lexington Rebecca Jane Pearson North Wilkesboro Alison Ghen Peters Boone Gladys Phillips Ingalls Zelda Phillips Council loYCE Ann Poole Kannapolis AL rvin Eugene Poole Charlotte Rlith Ann Poole Thomasville CiRADY Pope JUDITH Pope David Porter luDiTii Porter Cherryville Waco Thomasville Thomasville Lilly Sue Proctor Lavvndale Frank Henry Purnell Goldsboro Joyce Ann Query Concord Roland Rabon Shelby Barbara Ann Ray Haw River Bob Ioe Ray Lenoir Glen Reese Vilas Linda Jane Reeves West Jefferson Martha Frances Reid Danbury Lillian Mae Reynolds Valdese Spencer Buford Rhodes North Wilkesboro David Richardson Hamptonville CLASS OF ' 60 Margaret Richardson Reidsville Rebecca Richardson China Grove Carl Parham Riddle Asheville Marion Jo Ritchey Columbus Delos Page Robbins Pineola Eleanor Jane Robertson Greensboro Beaver Roy Robinette Valdese Jack Arnold Royal Millers Creek Dewey Russell Ben Franklin Saine Vivian Salena Sane Carolyn Mae Seats Lowell Cherryville Statesville Lewisville Cornelia Elaine Shaw China CJro c Richard Eagle Shaw Statesville Norma Carole Sheppard Hudson Henrv Sherwood Sugar Grove Carol Shore Boon ille James Kenneth Shumaker Wilkesboro Mary Ellen Shytle Spindale Robert Wayne Silver Marion Elizabeth Carolina Simmons Randleman William Marshall Simpson Greer, S. C. Bruce Sink ;. Lexington I Darrell Slagle ' Bakersville i V. jMSb « l% c! u m. 1 Q O i JUNIORS Norma Jean Sluder Barbara " Skeet " Smith Fletcher S TH Irene S HTH Asheville Concord Fayetteville Elk Park James Horace S UTH Spruce Pine William Ray Smith, III Marion Sharon Smitherman Tampa, Fla. Minnie Austin Snead Boone Helen Willys Snow Bobby Wance Somers Bruce Hal Sprinkle Aaron Spry Dobson Cleveland Marshall Cooleemee ' J mlk Julia McManus Spurrier Charlotte Thomas Ray Staley Asheboro Bonnie Matthews Stamev Canton Freida Jane Stanley Wilmington Jack Steel Charlotte Edward Lee Stevens King Janice Harris Stewart Harrisburg |oel Braddock Stewart Greensboro Alan Robert Stone North Wilkesboro Ernest Carl Stroup Morgan ton Iames Summers Scotts Margaret Carolyn Surratt Denton CLASS OF ' 60 WiLLARD Lee Swift Elki Herbert Ray Taylor Grassy Creek Thomas Taylor Union Mills Patricia Wofford Teal Forest Citv Delores Templeton North Wilkesboro Linda Janice Tennant Crossnore Cecil Fred Tester Boone Norma Sue Tester North Wilkesboro Ethel Lou Thomas Green Mountain Lowell Matthew Thomas Walkertovvn Mary Addie Thomas Harmony Sibyl Louise Thomas Charlotte E. L. Thompson Winston-Salem Nellis Albert Thompson, Jr. Morganton Pat Thompson Albemarle George Allyn Thornton Charlotte Franklin Tilley Mount Airy Betty Tippett Franklin ille Georgia Ruth Todd Yadkinville Max Toney Forest City Margaret Esther Trantham Lexington Mary Frances Trexler Salisbury Herman Douglas Walker ' . Lenoir Y Joe Douglas Walker ' Lenoir iA-;: ! I . bi « - r A. rk l ' k • » ' SS, r ' i . ■ i ' JUNIORS John Max Walker Concord Morris Walker Warrensville Paul I Iunter Walsh Sherwood Mary |ean Walters [etferson Dorothy Jill Waters Forest City Eunice Hartley Watson Lenoir Virginia Maxine Weaver Grassy Creek H. G. Welborn North Wilkesboro Peggy Wellborn Deep Gap Hope Elizabeth Wells Morganton Martha Whitaker Thomasville J. T. White Lin ion Grove Henry [ackson White Lexington Joseph White Blowing Rock Betty Wiles Greensboro |iMMY Kent Wilhelm East Bend F. N. Willett Hot Springs Nixon Davis Williams Lenoir Susan Adele Williams Morgan ton Kenneth Augustus Wilson Statesville Barbara Dean Winkler Boone Richard Winkler Boone Donna Wiseman Ingalls Dwight Clifford Witty Greensboro CLASS OF ' 60 Patricia White Wrenn Oxford Anna Caroleen Wright Ashe ille Hugh Floyd Wright Shelbv Nancy Carolyn Yates Valle Crucis Sabra Lloyd Young Burnsville ' • S J CLASS OF 1961 OFFICERS JOHN PONIS President Bill Holman Vice-President Cakol Ragland Secretarv Peggy Smith Treasurer Pas.e One Hundred Ninety-four SOPHOMORES Bobby Eugene Adams Elkin Pamela Lee Aldridge Concord Charles R. Alexander, Jr Hays Thomas Eric Allen St. Pauls Pauline C. Angell Boone Elizabeth Marie Aiey Salisbury- Jack Martin Armistead .Hampton, Va. Helen Carolyn Arnall Spray Roshn Sue Arthur Troy Ernest V. Austin Lenoir Peggy Joyce Bandy Newton Wanda Lorene Barker Elkin Barbara Barrett Davidson Dorothy Ruth Beamon .N. Wilkesboro George Thomas Beck St. Pauls Violet Gaynell Berrier .Winston-Salem Linda P. Billings X. Wilkesboro William P. Billings . . .N. U ' ilkesboro Mary Jean Blevins Lansing Peggy Jean Ble ins Dobson Sharron Lee Branson Asheboro Kathryn Brendle Morganton Walter S. Brewer, Jr. . .N. Wilkesboro S bil Bridges Shelby Glenna Lee Brinkley Burnsville Patricia Ellen Britt Laurinburg Helen Katherine Bromling Atlanta, Ga. Clayton H. Brookshire Xewton Nancy L. Brothers Greensboro Arthur Brown Ahoskie Dean W. Brown Mt. Airy James T. Brown Bobbins Mary Frances Brown Lenoir Robert D. Brown Belmont Lawrence C. Broyhill . . Moravian Falls Mary Anne Buchanan Burnsville David Edward Bumgardner .... Boone Dorothy Elizabeth Bumgamer Granite Falls Robert Randolph Burns Belmont Jerry Zeb Burris Lincolnton Robert Roy Burris Mt. Pleasant Sibyl Annette Bush Lenoir Lynn Caddell Cagle . . .Granite Falls Elizabeth Ann Cambejl . .Valle Crucis Aurelia Heyward Cannon Lancaster, S. C. Lance Dennis Carlson Boone Carol Ann Carlton Le noir John Carroll Carpenter . . .Cherryville Rhonda Alan Carrouth . . . Kannapolis ' James F. Carter Albemarle Sara Anne Carter Jonesville Doris Jean Cassity Spruce Pine Ural Ronald Champion . . .Forest City Charles A. Childers Lincolnton ICy ty I ki f7. , f iH) . Q . ,- c . .. ' r% f% f i c ' - -s- ' — 4 f ' 1 % k J t rxjr SOPHOMORES Ann Frances Christensen Orlando, Fla. Sylvia Church N. Wilkesboro Vivien Ann Clark Crossnore Betty Joyce Clary Shelby Gay Nell Clayton Kannapolis Judy Anne Cline Lenoir Nelda Ann Clifton Mt. Airy Sidra Elaine Coe Saltville, Va. Nancy Floretta Collette . . . Mocksville Phyllis Snow Collins . .Winston-Salem Rachel Ann Collins Asheville Howard Lewis Combs Vilas V ' anda Fay Compton .... Laurinburg Jane Conley Morganton Carol Elizabeth Corriher .China Grove Thomas Richard Costner . . .Gastonia Sara Jane Co.x Sanford Tommy Cox N. Wilkesboro Phyllis Rae Curtis Marion Jerry Lee Davidson Newton Da id Ronald Davis . . . Rutherfordton Wanda Davis Shelby James David Daye Drexel John Robert Daye Elkin Janice Lynne Dellinger Hendersonville Roger Allen DeMont .Sudbury, Mass. Barbara Ann Dobson Nebo Anne Mallonee Dodd Waco Robert Gray Dotson Boone Elizabeth Ann Douglas . . . Statesville Kenneth C. Drum Granite Falls Linda Gay Duke Albemarle Sib 1 Crews Dwiggins .... Kernersville Kenneth A. Eckard .Connelly Springs A ' illiam Lary Edmisten Vilas Edwin Poe Elkins Clarkton Irvin Robert Ellington, Jr. ... Belmont Lou Jane Elliott Lake Lure Johnsie Ruth Ellis Advance Robert A. Ely Hightstown, N. J. Martha Ann Estes Newland Kenneth Aubrey Eudy Concord Norma Jean Evans Kernersville Mack Eugene Everette St. Pauls Allen V ' ayne Everhart . . .Thomasville Elizabeth Irene Falls Lawndale Jackie Gwyn Fender Sparta Jeryl Smith Ferguson St. Pauls Margaret Eleanor Fincher ..Charlotte Kellum Grant Fipps Clarendon Sue Fletcher Boone , Archie L. Foltz Lexington . Anna Sue Ford Cramerton . ' " ■ :i CLASS OF ' 61 Norma Lee Freeman .... Kernersville Samuel Carrol Gammons Draper Don Gardiner Arlington, Va. Denny Roger Gamer Pinehurst Faye C. Garrison Stanley James Parks Garrison Aberdeen David H. Gebhart Oaks, Pa. Suzanne Jeanne Gentr ' West Jefferson Chuck V. Giannotti Lowgap Robert Vernell Gillispie, Jr. ... Draper Thelma Jo ' ce Gillespie Leicester Bett ' Jo Gilley Boone Elizabeth Ann Goings Mt. Airy Nancy Lee Goings Mt. Airy Marolyn Kay Gragg Newland Jern.- Phillip Greene EUenboro John K. Greene Boone Jimmie Lee Hall Rutherfordton Franklin M. Hamilton Boone Carolyn Jane Hamlin Dobson Eleanor Frances Hamrick . . .Charlotte Max Ray Hamrick Spindale Norma Jean Harbin Lewisville Nora Judith Harrelson Salisbury Jurt en Hartmann ..Mainz, Germany Bobbie J. Hartness Murphy Kenneth Frank Hauser .... East Bend Kenneth Lee Hayes . . Winston-Salem Mary Helen Hayes Mt. Airy Mrs. Ruth T. Heath . . . .Spruce Pine Henrietta Hensley .... Hendersonville Lewis B. Henson Boone Thomas Eugene Henson Rutherfordton Robert F. Hill Mt. Air ' John Hodges, III Boone Rebecca Ann Hodgin Ramseur Rub - Lee Hoke Davidson David Michael Holcombe .Weaverville Martha Ann Holcombe Candler Pegg) ' Aileen Holand Henrietta Phyllis Deanna Holland .Cramerton Thomas Frank Holland Shelby Cleve Cordell Hollar Yadkinvillc Betty Joann Holloway .... Lincolnton Charles William Holman ....Lenoir Mar - Jo Holman Creston Cornelia Ann Holmes Badin Barbara Jean Hopper Spray Carolyn Horn Forest City Margaret Ann Home Pfafftovvn James Mack Houston Bear Poplar Nancy Louise Houston Conover Richard Davis Howe . . . .Latham, III. Barbara Ann Hudson Dobson p. f}i O C- ( f tJ . k «»£« ft i AiMA 1 ! 3» fS " riflji jM fllB dtitf SOPHOMORES Ida Patricia Humphries Cliffside Nancy Louise Hunter Lexington Margaret Diane Ivey Charlotte Robert G. Jarrett. Jr Marion Elizabeth Ann Johnson . . . .Asheboro Virginia L. Johnson Mebane Donald ' ayne Johnston Marion Peggy Jo Joines Moravian Falls Peggy Louise Jolly Taylorsville Betty Carol Jones Scottville Bobby Jones Jefferson Jern, ' Lee Jones Mooresville Rodney Mac Jordon Concord Nelda Lee Joyce Reidsville Doris Marie Kazlouski Shelby R. B. Kerncr Kernersville Carmell Marie Kimel .Winston-Salem James Howard Kinney . .Magnolia, 111. Martha Carolyn Klutz Mount UUa James G. Knight Newton Betty Lou Koontz Lexington John Charles Lantz Lincolnton Margaret Ann Law Raleigh Eff ie Jean Lawson Danbury Harold Wayne Ledford ..Morganton lohn William Lee . . . .Warrenton, Va. Helen Louise Liner Hillsboro Jack H. Linker Charlotte Dorothy Margaret Little West Jefferson Linda Sue Little Jefferson Edward Gary Long Jonesville Patricia A. Lonon Marion Patricia Ann Loudermilk Lenoir Mildred Eloise Lowder Norwood Jean Ann Lutz Lawndale [ohn Aaron McAlexander Meadows of Dan, Va. Daisy Lucille McAlister ..Lincolnton Judith Elaine McCurry . . W. Asheville Rose Ann McDaniel . . Rutherfordton Arnold D. McEntire Boone Russell McEntire Rutherfordton David Neil McKinney .... Morganton Jesse J. McKinney Spruce Pine Samuel D. McKinney .... Spruce Pine Marvin Brevard McLean .... Belmont Bobbie Jean McNair U ' est End Jan C. McNeely Mooresville Melba Louise McNeely Casat Aubrey Akers Mabe Danbury John Benton Mabry Norwood John Wilson Marsh Jefferson Connie Rhae Martin Charlotte Esther M. Martin Eagle Springs Melvin R. Martin Troutman J CLASS OF ' 61 Bob Mauldin Concord Douglas Mauldin Belmont Rona Jane Mauldin Albemarle Betty Kaye Mayes. ... Mountain Park Gareath Covington Meadows Walnut Cove Carl J. Messere Haledon, N. J. Herman Clayton Middleton Kannapolis Billy Wayne Milam Creston Lany Joe Mills Concord Betty Christine Moffitt .... Lake Lure Betty Von Moore Draper Callie Laurean Moore Dobson Helen Janice Moore . . Kings Mountain Falmos Roger Moore Ellenboro Franklin Dee Morgan Marion i ' illiam Wallace Mueller St. Louis. Mo. [ean Murdock Troutman Carolyn iVL Murray Raleigh Robert Lee Murray Gastonia [ames Edward Muse Robbins Margaret Muse Statesville [ack Elbert Nance Chadbourn usan Lilla Nichols Mt. Airy sarah Lou Norman . . .Winston-Salem [ack N. Norton Spruce Pine Vladeline Carroll Norton . China Grove Linda Ann Olson .... Foxboro, Mass. Fomasine Orr Hendersonville Fony Pack Belmont Eleinor Ann Parker Lexington Frances Ann Parker . . Winston-Salcni Vlitchell Parks Kannapolis kVilliam Beaty Parks Charlotte Emma Jean Patton Morganton [anice Ann Pender Mebane ' Mda Rebecca Perkins Valdese Carol Ann Perrell Woodleaf Rachel Ann Peterson Delco Mary Llew Phillips Raleigh Robert Marsh Phillips Elkin (udith Ann Poindexter .Winston-Salem Nancy Lucile Ponder Mars Hill [ohn Ponis Statesville Ralph B. Poole Sparta Barbara Lee Price China Grove Lois Jean Pritchard Lenoir Carol Yvonne Ragland . . . Kernersville John Council Rainey ....Greensboro lean Marie Rankin Gastonia LaNelle Ratledge Woodleaf [ohn Spencer Reep Valdese Norris C. Reitzel Newton Rebecca Elizabeth Rhyne . . .Charlotte Rebecca K. Richardson . .China Grove f ( •• ' - mf § ' f 1 - f i r f »-! f H . ■» « - ■- 4 V " ' jL. -mA rii B di ' l w ki.-k rr. fp: ( ' ' ■3 r i I (f . d i f SOPHOMORES Larry Ralph Riggs Kannapolis Midgie Ann Roberts Lincolnton Daisy Mae Ross Drexel Ralph Roten Creston Ina Smitherman Royall Hendersonville Peggy Ann Saultz Jefferson Mary Margaret Seago Marston Marjciric Ruth Shearin . . . .Whitakers Judith Louise Shedd ..Oxford, Mass. Jeanette Shelton Leaksville Doris Joleen Shoe China Grove Mar - Glen Sigmon Catawba Charles Hal Silver Marion Carol Ann Silvey Durham Grady Claude Sinclair Spindale Martha Roberta Sink Salisbury Betty Chloe Smith Lexington Carol Ann Smith Kannapolis Matt Smith Marion Patricia Ann Smith Charlotte Pegg - Valorie Smith Concord Phifer Allen Smith, Jr Marion Janice Smoot Mocksville Gwendolyn Jane Snyder . . . Leaksville Talmadge Leon Solomon . Kernersville Ann Spainhour Winston-Salem John Ervin Spencer Danbury Barbara Jean Stanley Kernsville Mary Ruth Stansel Lumberton Rethr Dolores Stansberry . . .Jefferson Doris Jeanette Starkey ...Jacksonville Bruce Edward Stirewalt Waco Fredrick Sherrill Stokes Lenoir Earnest Ray Stout Reese Betty Ann Swain Boone Laura Ruth Swicegood Linwood C;ail Templeton Mooresville Sheila Dianne Todd Yadkinville Rachel Marie Triplett Lenoir Rebecca Ann Triplett Wilkesboro Laura Jane Troutman Statesville Joyce Tuckwiller Boone Mary Ethel Vanstory Olin Frances Elaine Walker Valdese Raymond Cleatus V ' alker Casar Rebecca Ann U ' all Dobson Darrel Gene Ward Sugar Grove Donald J. V ' ard Sugar Grove Ruby lane Waters Lincolnton Joseph Fred Watson Sanford Jean Watts Landis Saundra Brevard Way . .Chester, S. C. Jerry Charles Welch Lexington James A. A ' elbom Wilkesboro CLASS OF ' 61 Diane White Lexington Riibert Elwood White .... Bryson Cit ' Norma Gay ' hitlow Lexington James Wesley Willard . Winston-Salem Martha Mae Williams .... Morganton Nancy Jane Williams Cramerton Billie Sue Willis Martinsville, Va. Glenwood Wilson Lenoir Martha Joan Wilson Cliffside Ruhamah Yola Wilson Hickor - Wyenne E. Winecoff Concord Patricia Jane Withrow EUenboro William Clay V ' ood . . Warrenton, Va. Merry Louise Wrye Greensboro ■ m ■ EH I Hhh Bi ■ I lt iki.! - -v CLASS F 19 6 2 OFFICERS Harold Bebber President Martha Chandler Vice-President Jean Huddleston Secretary Betty Davis Treasurer Pas.e Two Hui idred Two FRESHMEN Elizabeth Caroline Abel Lenoir Joyce Julia Adair Cliffside 1 Doris Ann Adderholdt Lenoir Mollie Kathryn Agle Boone Patricia Ann Alexander .... Statesville Sara Jane Allen Canton Janet Anderson Denton Barbara Sue Arey Salisbury Nancy Gail Armes Lenoir Diana Lee Auman Reidsville Julia Ellen Austin Monroe iMar ' Jo Austin Hudson ' Raymond Carroll Austin Lenoir Joe Barnan Bailey Lexington Lydia Alice Ballard Salisbury !Thomas Patrick Ballard Belmont ' Monte Gene Ballou .... Grassy Creek Dave W. Bankert Short Hills Linda Ann Banks Burnsville Joan Bard Grumpier Jo ce Dawn Bare Jefferson Donald B. Barnwell . . Hendersonville Eva Myrtle Bass Asheville Geraldine Bauguss Hickory Augie Eugene Beasley Columbia, S. C. Harold Johnson Bebber . . Taylorsville Linda Dianne Beck Lexington Carolyn Nadine Beeson . . Kernersville ' Marcia Jeanne Belk Hickory George Matthew Benoy, Jr. ... Lowell ' Mildred Ann Benfield . . . . Morganton ' Alice Melissa Benton Monroe Jane Elizabeth Benton Newton Jimmy Best Tamarack ■Betty Louise Biggerstaff Linville Falls Patsy Lorraine Bingham . . .Clemmons Faith Doris Blackburn . . . .Greensboro Harold Forrest Blake Thomasville Linda Fay Blake Thomasville Avery Willis Blevins . .West Jefferson Betsy Jane Blevins Grassy Creek ' Nell Foster Blevins Grumpier Shcrlyn J. Blevins Grumpier Willard Sprinkle Blevins West Jefferson Linda Elizabeth Bolick .Blowing Rock Norma Ka) ' Bolick Conover Clay Berlin Bollinger ...Granite Falls Barbara Gold Borders Earl Tommy Lewis Boyd . . Kings Mountain ( ' Barbara Jane Brackett Lawndale Frank H. Brackett Bostic Lavaine Duke Brock Evergreen Margaret Jane Brock Forest City Delores Anne Brookshire .Taylorsville — Q ' ' iJL rk f Q ( . ' It I ., •17 Nt: ! ll If ' f - ' ? r t5 " ' ' rr c f . ; ,, ,. 1 i PT C ,.A-. FRESHMEN Bonnie Sue Brown .... Winston-Salem Doris Gail Brown Mooresville Joseph Tatum Brown Todd Kent Brown Morehead City Mar ' in Miller Brown Charlotte Joyce Buckner Marion Kathryn Elizabeth Buff Hickory Talmadge Bruce Burchette Elkin Patricia Ann Burgess Ramseut Wayne Ray Burgess . . West Jefferson Kenneth Wayne Burke . . Kannapolis Saundra Elizabeth Burleson Albemarle Joncye Leigh Burton Spencer Richard Franklin Byers .... Statesville Carolyn Lou Byrd Valdese Charles Ray Bwd Asheboro Ronnie Dills Byrd Gastonia Michael Cagle Landis Shirley Ann Campbell Green Cove Springs, Fla. Ralph Capochiano .... Newport, R. L Bette Mann Carnes Laurinburg Barbara Jean Carpenter . . . .Claremont Frankie Sherridan Carpenter . .Shelby Faye Carohn Carringer Mayodan S dney Cartledge Mt. Holly Lena Juanita Gartner . . . .China Grove Lawrence Howard Carter . .Yadkinville Donna Ruth Cassity Spruce Pine G. Woodruff Caudill. Jr. North Wilkesboro Mary Frances Champion .. Forest City Martha Hope Chandler . . . Lincolnton Brenda Marie Chapman . . Stony Point James Ralph Cherry Gastonia Richard Allen Childress . . . .Newland James Alfred Christenbury Long Island Larr - Richard Clark Gastonia Julia Ann Clarke Kannapolis Lilly Clay Lenoir Barbara Northern Clawson Blowing Rock Linda Mae Cline Rhodhiss W. A. Cline Salisbury Ina Louise Cloer Morganton Alfred Eli Cloninger Dallas Althea Elaine Clontz . . .Granite Falls Donna Kay Clupper Boone Lorna Eloise Cockman Robbins Gerald Bruce Coffey .... Collettsville Harold Raymond Coffey Lenoit Janice Colene Coffey . . . .Collettsville Jon Judson Coffey Boone Patricia Hardin Coffey Lenoir Jimmie Roger Collins Elkin Neal Eugene Coltrane .... Randleman Carolyn Jane Cook Forest City J CLASS OF ' 62 I Cjiithia Pauline Cook Charlotte i| William Burton Cook Boone •j Linda Irene Cooke Lenoir - Frances Lou Copper . . Clearwater, Fla. J, Bett) ' Jean Combs Statesville k Carol Downs Conner Shelby .1 1) Charles Costner Gastonia d Lena Rose Couch Elkin i Donald Cox Roanoke, Va. 3 Glenda Carol Cox Fairmont " Harold Leroy Craddock, Jr. . Stoneville Dennis F. Craig Granite Falls i; ) Martha Ann Craver Clemmons Ray E. Crawford Asheville ' Janie Lee Creed Ararat Barbara Ann Creedmore . . . Statesville ■ Donnis Lucille Crotts Shelby " Carol Louise Crow j West Palm Beach. Fla. James Wade Cruise Mount Airy . Ollie Mae Crutchfield Marion " Ron E. Daddis Hollywood ■ Bob Dale Hickory Rebecca Sue Daniels Statesville Nancy Jewel Davenport . . .Mt. Hollv ! , Betty Joyce Davis .... Winston-Salem Franklin Eugene Davis Winston-Salem Patricia Ann Davis Shelby ■Sam Lawrence Davis, Jr. West Jefferson (Walter Shiral Davis Marion ' Betty Adrienne Dayvault ..Statesville I i Caroline Jane Deaton Raleigh ; ' Bobby Lee Dellinger Gastonia ' Rebecca Ann Dezern .Winston-Salem Bonnie Lucena Diggs . . . . Kannapolis Dorothy Ann Dillard Jefferson .Judy Ann Donabauer Salisbury Linda Sue Dorse Boonville Donald Lynn Dorton Concord Ronnie Sanford Doster ....Charlotte Dollie Teems Dotson Boone Patricia Ann Dowling Boone Hazel Jane Drye Concord John Burke Eanes, Jr Lexington Sue Carol Earnhardt Salisbury William John Earp Mint Hill Henry Allan Ebert. .. .Winston-Salem Hugh B. Edmonds Dobson Da ' id Franklyn Edwards ..Statesville Sharon Lee Edwards Asheville ' William Ray Edwards .... Lexington A ' ancy Kaye Elledge ' North Wilkesboro Brent Fletcher Eller Purlear Lynda Jay Ellington Reidsville Barbara Mildred Elliott Shelbv « -€ f . " 1 .Jik W ( " J K Bl 4f :; wwA r . 1 " H iP 41 J f V ' ' FRESHMEN Charles Gordon Embry . . Stafford, Va. Martha Joyce Embry .... Thomasville Sonya Rebecca Ervin Troutman joe Estridge Ansonville Patricia S. Evans Chandler Dorothy Dale Fagge Stoneville Rebecca Ann Faggart Rockwell James Joseph Farish . . Somerdale, N. J. Carry Bruce Farmer Grayson Martha Ann Featherstone . . Mt. Holly Patricia Ellen Ferguson . . Huntersville Margie Ann Fleming Yadkinville Nola Jean Fleming Morganton Robert Kent Flipping Mt. Airy Sally Ann Flynt Winston-Salem Richard Wyatt Fogleman . . .Charlotte Philip Aylette Fontaine IV Kernersville William Boyd Ford Fairmont Ray Lincoln Foulks Madison Edward Bruce Fowler .Winston-Salem Rebecca Chloe Fowler Charlotte Phyllis Annette Fulghum Spring Hope Elizabeth Furr Taylorsville Dale Everette Gaddy Asheville Lawrence Dwight Gaither, Jr. Statesville Patricia Ann Garringer . . Elon College Billy Joe Gentry Jonesville Alice Lee Gilbert Lexington Betty June Godfrey Asheville Betty Sue Goforth Olin Kat ' Rill Goodman . . . West Jefferson R. Lawrence Goodman Todd Ted W. Goodman . . . .West Jefferson Sara Glenna Goodson .... Kannapolis Ernest Edward Gray Springfield Thomas Lee Graybeal Creston Martha Grayson Lexington Betty June Greene Lenoir Carol Ann Greene Millers Creek Degar Dudley Greene, Jr. Sugar Grove Rachel Susie Greene Asheville Tommie Lou Cribble Dallas Felicia Bulanda Grigg .... Lincolnton Kathryn Rosser Groce Sanford Susan Hunt Groce .... Winston-Salem Jim Vance Grubbs Kernersville Wanda Gullett Lexington Edgar Reid Gwaltney Morganton Carolyn Sue Hagaman Vilas M. Sherrill Hagaman Boone Margaret Elizabeth Hagaman ..Boone Janet Elizabeth Hahn Salisbury Daniel T. Hallman .Springfield, S. C. Clara Maxine Hames . .Gaffnev, S. C. CLASS OF ' 62 Larry Stephen Hargett . Rutherfordton Baxter O ' Neil Harmon Lenoir Margaret Jo Harpe Mocksville Vivian Kay Harrington . . . Taylorsville Charles Hubert Harris, Jr. Mt. Gilead Jerry Gwyn Harris Elkin Juha Anne Harris Valdese Margie Ann Harris Marion Mary Frances Harris ..N. Wilkeshoro Richard WiUiams Harris .... CHf fside Patricia Jayne Hartley Shelby Linda Jean Harwoud Asheville Jerry Lowell Hash Grumpier Norris Gene Hastings Lawndale James Lee Hatley Valdese Laura Faye Hatley Hudson Ted Royal Hayes N. Wilkesboro Linda Jane Helms ' axha v Vickie Harriett Helms Belmont Gene Talmadge Henderson Union Grove Mar ' on Gail Hendrix Mocksville Neal H. Henley Asheboro Margaret Kathryn Henson Vilas Linda Jo Hester Kernersville Glenda Mae Hicks Pinnacle Gloria Jean Hicks . . . Kings Mountain Charles Larry Hill High Point Williams Wesley Hill . Hendersonville Brenda Maxine Hinson . . . .Reidsville Priscilla Jane Hinson Locust Margaret Fay Hobson .Winston-Salem Becky Jo Hodgens Kannapohs D. Glenn Hodges Boone Shirley Mae Hoke Catawba Donna Gay Holbrook Hays Margaret Delphine Holcomb Hamptonville Virgil Tyrone Holden Mt. Airy Robert Lee Holder Carthage R. V. Holder, Jr Elkin David Leevone Hole .... Lawsonville Noel Ellen Holman . . .West Jefferson Lindia Faye Holthouser . .Mooresville Mary Ann Hooper Marshville Patricia Hoots Harmony Genevieve R. Home Shelby Nancy Jane Hciuck . . .West Jefferson Laura L ' nn Howell Todd John Bernard Howren, Jr. ..Charlotte Maggie Mae Hubbard .... Lumberton kjean Karel Huddleston Charlotte ' Bonnie Mae Hudson Dobson Edna Elaine Hudson Hickory ' Vera Jane Huggins Charlotte I Walter Max Hughey Spindale ' ? - (T f f- LA [ Vsi Air I FRESHMEN Larry V ' . Hulin Asheboro Clara Elaine Humphries Gaffney, S. C. Bi ibby Wayne Hussey Seagrove J line Arlene Hussey West End Frances Luretta Hyatt Marion Jimmie Jean Ingram Lexington Elizabeth Anne Jackson . . Saint Pauls Patti Jean Jackson Mount Aiiy Shirley Lee Jackson Forest City Floward N. James High Point Lee CKal Jaynes, Jr Morganton Melba Jean Jenkins Jefferson Patricia Annette Jenkins Lenoii Richard La Verne Johnson Grassy Creek Clyde Franklin Jennings King Carmen Jones Crumplei Gene Curtis Jones Newport Ho t Allen Jones Scottville Nancy Ruth Jones Mooresville Jo ce Helen Jordan Kannapolis Betsy Dean Kearns Denton Leonard Thompson Keever .Lincolnton John B. Kelly Bellmawr, N. J. Nancy Kay Kemp Greensboro Margaret Ann Kendall . . . .Greensboro Joe Thomas Key Roaring River Wayne iVL Kincaid Lenoir Kenneth Wayne King . Hendersonville Marianna King Shelby Polly Anna Kirkman . . . .Mount Airy Cynthia Caroline Klutz Boone Jakup Ross Koonts Le.xin ;on Nancy Gray Koontz Kannapolis Hazel Afdell Lail Marion Frederick Harvey Lakey . . . Boonville Don Earl Lance Arden James Novvell Land Taylorsville Becky Ann Lane Statesville Thomas Michael Lassiter . . Burlington Boyd Lee Lattimore. Jr Shelby James Ronald Layton Boone Pegg ' Joan Leazer Salisbury Bertie Dale Lee Fairmont Sheila E. Lemmond Matthews Richard Lee Lewallen Asheboro Judith Christine Lewis .... Cooleemee Brenda Jo ce Lind Sanford Wade AL Lineberger Conover Vickie Lou Lingle Faith ' James Frank Little Warrensville Robert Shelton Lockman . . Lincolnton Jean Carter Loftis Fairmont Judi:h Elaine Long Candler Larrv Leroy Long Lincolnton _ i CLASS OF ' 62 William Ray Long Kannapolis Max T. Lower ' St. Pauls Crockett Gracen Lucas Sparta Barbara Louise Lynn Hickory Wilma Inez Lytle Marion Johnsie Margaret McCrimmon Pinehurst Ruth C. McCuUoch Burlington Susie Jane McCurr " Burnsville Donna Lee McDaniel Cle eland Jerr - Eugene McFelea Lenoir G. Jewel McGee Spruce Pine liihn Franklin McGee . . . . Wilkesboro Patricia Ann McGee .... Huntersville Betsy Clara McGuire . . . .Neva, Tenn. John Merritt Mclntyre Ma. ton Glenda Brim Mclver Salisbury Sylvia Gail McLean Lexington Sarah Marie McRae Orrum Shirley Ann Mabe Danbur Raymond Preston Madison Hainpton ille Arrin Curtis Mahaffey Salisbury Pitsa Maheras Gastonia Beulah Mae Main Todd Clara Estelle Malcolm Troutman Kenneth Wayne Marshall . . Belmont Carol Ruth Martin Concord Judy Kay Martin Hickor ' Mary Elizabeth Martin . . . .Westfield Rom Lee Matlock Taylorsville Bilh ' Edward Mauldin Concord Jerry Horace Maxwell Hickor ' Edward Dean May Lansing Gayle Roger Meacham Charlotte Patricia Ann Mills Asheboro Jimmy Layne Mitchell Avondale Darryj Mofl ' ett Granite Falls Bctt Jane Money Hamptonville Kathy Mae Moore Leno ' i Phyllis Ann Moore Lawsonville Steve Ryan Moser Lewisville Jerry Wayne Murdock . Winston-Salem Frederica Dee Murphy .... Mocks ille Shasta Annette Murphy Grouse Phillip Leroy Murray Catawba Larry Thomas Nance Asheboro Syvilla Romille Nanney Dallas Charles Lloyd Neely Statesville Mary Frances Neil Clover ' Man. ' Isabella Newton Wagiam f John Fred Norman Mount Airy Marjorie Sue Oakley . . . Sandy Ridge Myma Yvonne Gates Stanlej ' Alice Faye O ' Briant . . . Rocky Mount 1 Harold Ray Getting . .St. Charles, Mo. A. 1 fe ( ' - ( % . ( - " H FRESHMEN 1 Dennis Evans Oliver Lenoii Thelbert Jerome 0 erbay Granite Falls Susan Rebecca Oh en Salisbury ancy Elizabeth Owens Rutherfordton Richard B. Oxentine Valdese Frances Anne Pack Tryon Earl Dale Paisley Lansing Grace Elizabeth Palmer .... Le. dngton Jackie Ray Parker Valdese Robert Swindell Parker Erwin Bobby Leonard Parrish St. Pauls William Ray Parrish Draper Faye Tildy Parsons Purlear Linda Sue Pendleton Vale Brenda Carolyn Penley Gastonia R. Nan Perry Hildebran Charlie Glenn Pharr Troutman Emily Yvonne Philbeck Shelby .Alice ' ictoria Phillips Newland Anthony Phillips Spruce Pine Lima Jean Phillips . . Monroeville, Ala. Patricia Ann Phillips St. Pauls Samuel Ira Pickard Burlington Carolyn Frances Pickett Winston-Salem Margaret Alice Pitman ..Spruce Pine Vi ian Elizabeth Pittman . . . Fairmont Charles iMedlin Pless Lexington Margaret Ann Poe Valdese Selenah Ann Pons Valdese Phyllis Ann Powell Shelby Ralph Robertson Powell Concord Richard Ralph Powlas Rockwell Exie Maxine Prince . .Chesnee, S. C. George C. Ragan Boone Jack Dean Randolph Marion Loris Darlene Randolph Green Mountain Nancy Lou Rankin Gastonia Suzanne Mary Rannells Sanford John Charles Ray Maxton Julia Ann Reece Boonville Sarah Jane Reece Zionville Homer Clifton Reed, Jr. Black Mountain Yates Wayne Reep Lincolnton Josephine Franklin Reynolds .Madison Jane Ellen Rhyne Mt. Holly William David Rhyne .... Morganton Judith Frances Richardson Mountain City, Tenn. Theresa Ann Rimer Lexington Jerry Alexander Ritchie .China Grove John HejTnan Roach, Jr. ..Avondale Angelyn Frances Robbins .... Denton Dorothy Louise Roberts Boone Lillian Naomi Roberts Boone |ohnn • Mack Robinson Belmont i CLASS OF ' 62 Wallace Elliott Robinson Hillsboro Bets " Rogers Deep Gap Eva Sue Rogers Asheville Karon Kay Rogers Leicester Eleanor Gay Roof .... V ' inston-Salem Edna Ray Rose Reids ille Barbara Ann Rosher .... Miami, Fla. Johnny F. Runnion Lenoir Dorothy Jean Rutherford . Piney Creek Larry Lowell Sale Elkin James Leo Sands Lawsonville Patricia Gail Satterwhite .Granite Falls Darrell Brittian Saunders .... Candor Margaret Barbara Savelle . . .Charlotte Mary Ruth Scott Durham Donald Gene Sebastian Spencer Alma Ann Secrest .Monroe Howard Stephen Secrest Drexel Patrick Alan Secrest Monroe Glenn Chatman Sellers Kings Mountain Phyllis Anne Sexton Asheboro Loretta Elaine Sharpe Valdese Ralph Elton Shatterly .... Yance -ville James Kenneth Shelton . . Danville, Va. Yvonne Olivia Sherer Belmont Ronnie Scott Shoemaker Millers Creeks VVilbor Darrell Short Hudson Audrey Mae Sidden Traphill Carolyn Mary Sikes Seagrove James S. Simpson Arlington, Va. Priscilla Ann Sink ThomasviUe Barbara Jo Smith Charlotte Barbara Joan Smith Burlington David X. Smith ....Kings Mountain Elizabeth Diane Smith Boone Janice Gayle Smith Morganton Omar Grey Smith Mayodan Shirley Ann Smith Mount Airy William Edward Smith .... Stoneville Sandra Elizabeth Snyder . . Charlotte June Franklin Sofley Elkin Jimmy South Tamarack Fa e Joyce Spangler Shelby Coralie Spivey Fairmont Melba Jean Squires Leaksv ' ille Elizabeth Elaine Staley XA ' ilbar Shirley Anne Stamper . . Warrensville Charles Bell Stanley Hillsboro . ' ancy Lee Starr Raleigh egg - Mae Steele . . . .Barium Springs Sara Jacquelyn Steele .Winston-Salem Nancy Bowman Steelman . . Boonville Frances Yvonne Stepp . Hendersonville Elizabeth Ann Stevens .... Matthews M " m. " . K L - ' A 1 !? f r " " ! S ittii s llk j Jl FRESHMEN Mary Ruth Stewart Catawba Frances Leona Stokes .Winston-Salem Margaret Elizabeth Stokes Hendersonville Shelly Anne Stone Thomasville Sandra Darlene Stubbs Asheville Anne Marie Stultz Draper Sharon Linda Sudderth . Blowing Rock James L. Suitt Charlotte John Preston Suitt Longhuxst Barbara Ann Sullivan Hudson Shirley Ann Swann .Black Mountain Samuel Mason Sykes Mebane Carol Ann Taylor Kannapolis Carolyn Sue Taylor . . Winston-Salem Judith Rogers Taylor Hudson Nancy Amelia Taylor Le.vington Peggy Hanna Taylor Elizabethton, Tenn. Evalee Gale Teague Leicester Janie Lea Teague Granite Falls Dorothy Catherine Testerman Grassy Creek June Carol Tharpe Ronda Joyce Ann Thomas St. Pauls Dianna Thompson Mt. Holly Lynda La Verne Thompson Mooresville Emily Susan Thornburg .... Asheboro Sam Poole Tilley Lawsonville Olixia Carolyn Tippett . . .Greensboro Inez Octavia Tolbert .... Collettsville Mary Faye Tolbert Mount Airy Billie Marie Triplet! Lenoir Kenneth Lee Triplett . . . Blowing Rock Boyd Clark Trivett Elk Park Bobbie Waxne Tucker Concord Johnny Boyd Turner Boone Mary Helen Turner Laurinburg Sherry Jeanelle Turtle Hamlet Kate Greene Tyson Wa.xhaw Pesgy Elizabeth Vannoy West Jefferson Kathryn White Walker Sparta Mary Sue Walsh Elkin Zane Thomas Walsh Purlear Eugene William Wampler . • Charlotte Dun Melvin Ward Rockwell Rhoda Beatrice Ward . . .Mt. Pleasant Janice Sue V ' arlick Lenoir Leslie Watson Deep Gap Kathy Jo Waugh Fleetwood Martha Jeanette Weaver ..Hildebran Harry Mason Webb Mayodan Barbara Joy Weir Asheville Dickie Lee Welborn North Wilkesboro Juhn Steven Welch Lansing Arthur West Turtletown, Tenn. jerrv Lee West Boone CLASS OF ' 62 Edgar Lee Wheeler Burnsville James Wheeler Burnsville Joan Carol Whisnant Salisbury Barbara Lou Gail White Dobson Carole Suzanne White Harmony Frances Elizabeth White Casar Glenn Jackson White Woodleaf Linda Sue White Lenoir Charles Donald Whitener .... 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FLOWERS ' PHOTO SHOP ' Boone ' s Photographic Center ' 125 East King Street — Box 588 BOONE, N. C. George A. Flowers, Jr. Telephones: Office: AM 4-8425 Nights Sundoys: AM 4-8539 24 Hour Photo Service CAMERAS — SUPPLIES — FRAMES — PORTRAITS Pag e Two Hundred Twenty-four BROYHILL FURNITURE FACTORIES LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA Representing Lenoir Chair Co. Lenoir Furniture Corp. Conover Furniture Co. O. L. Broyhill Furniture Co. Harper Furniture Company Pa e Two Hundred Twenty-five HAMMARY MANUFACTURING CORPORATION FURNITURE LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of BLOWING ROCK ART GALLERIES, INC. Auctioneers And Appraisers Liquidators Of Estates The Gallery Of Southern Hospitality Reach for WALDENSIAN BAKERIES. ..BAKERS OF SUNBEAM BREAD Page Two Hjindred rweiity-six BOONE DRUG COMPANY REXALL " The Professional Store " Three Registered Phormocists W. R. Richardson K, Richardson G. K. Moose Phone AM 4-3766 For Good Food Eat At Our New Modern Fountain BOONE FLOWER SHOP FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Boone, N. C. AM 4-3041 • , - 7 A_ - ' i resk y nd S weet... Compliments of YADKIN VALLEY DAIRY COOPERATIVE, INC. Receiving Stations SUGAR GROVE, N. C. LANSING, N. C. SPARTA, N. C. Processing Plant and General Offices WILKESBORO, N. C. Page Two Hundred Twenty-seven TRAILWAY LAUNDRY and CLEANERS, Inc. " The Best in Laundry and Cleaning " Pick-up and Delivery Service Phone AM 4-8415 BOONE, N. C. Safe For Your Savi -.gs Since 1921 WATAUGA SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION •ASSETS OVER $4,000,000 " CURRENT DIVIDENDS 3 ' 2% We Believe " he American Home Sa feguards The American Liberty H C Far thing. President W H Cragg. Secretary h Treasurer Compliments of BLUE RIDGE SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. AUTO PARTS BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA MAULDIN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY Phone DAvis 7-8396 243 2nd Ave., S. W. P. 0. Box 614 DISTRIBUTORS HICKORY, N. C. TOM ' S TOASTED PEANUTS Tom ' s Peanut Butter Sandwiches Tom ' s Candies Page Two Hundred Twenty-eight WMm ::} Now you can get immediate delivery of the Chevrolet you like best! And once you ' ve looked this ' 59 Chevy over and listened to our proposition, you ' ll want immediate delivery. For we ' re quoting some mighty sweet trade-in figures to go along with Chevy ' s low original price. One thing: you ' d better scamper in soon. Our spies report that Hometown is ready to flood us with orders. We ' d like you to get your Chevy right away, but how can we fend off all the other folks until you get here? We ' ll do our best, but help us out by coming in as soon as you can. AN CHEVROLET CHEVROLET, INC. OLDSMOBILE Page Two Hundred Twenty-nine 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 " GRAY BROS. FURNITURE CO. " EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME " Phene 607 ,„ WILKESBORO, N. C. Phone 607 Dial 4227 Wilkesboro, N. C. West Jefferson, N. C. Compliments of BARNETT PONTIAC DEALER 613 East Main Street BOONE, N. C. Telephone AM 4-3806 Page Two Hundreil Thirty Meet Your Friends At CAROLINA PHARMACY Phone AM 4-3781 BOONE, N. C. Compliments of FARMERS HARDWARE AND SUPPLY CO., INC. " Everything in Hardware and Associate Lines " BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA Phone AM 4-8801 ELECTRICITY SERVES YOU Time-Saving and Penny-Wise NEW RIVER LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY Page Two Hundred Thirty-one THE lORTHWESTERI B H Capital Stock $1,000,000.00 Surplus $4,000,000.00 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 F. D. I C. We appreciate the patronage of the students and faculty of Appalachian State Teachers College. Page Two Hundred Thirty-two • Compliments of COIN-OP SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY • BOONE TRAIL MOTEL 820 East King Street BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA Phone AM 4-8839 AAA SMSTHEY ' S STORE DRY GOODS— GROCERIES CLOTHING— SHOES Modern Cafe In Connection Sc tRAFFTS ' I ' he 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 Page Two Hundred Thirty three ' BOONE UPHOLSTERY SHOP 108 ' 2 West Howard Street Dial AMherst 4-8289 Auto Seat Covers Furniture A Wide Selection of Materials Owners Samuel Kenneth Moretz DANIEL BOONE HOTEL Elevation 3333 Boone, N. C. DINING ROOM SERVICE J. B. McCoy, Mgr. C. A. Price, Resident Manager Phone AM 4-8815 Boone Tire and Bargain Store Furniture Frigidaire Appliances BOONE, N. C. Phone AM 4-3801 i r " x Compliments of GREENE BUICK, INC. BUICK, VOLVO AND OPEL CARS CMC TRUCKS Phone AM 4-3778 BOONE, N. C. Pane Tiro Hutnhed TJiirtyfour Congratulations to A GROWING APPALACHIAN!! SHELBY CONCRETE PRODUCTS, INC. SHELBY, NORTH CAROLINA BURGESS ANTIQUE SHOP NEW AND USED FURNITURE 425 West King Street Phone AMherst 4-3638 (f ' TiTil) Approved BLUE RIDGE MOTOR COURT 20 Units — New and Attractive Beautyrest Beds — Playground For Children 2 Kitchen Apartments Highway 221 421 1 Mi. E. of Boone, N. C. Pn e Tiro Ihiiuhel Tliirt five We have en oyed vvorking with the students of Appalachian State Teachers College and would like to congratulate you on your fine cooperation. GEORGE FLOWERS PALMER ' S PHOTO SHOP 125 East King Street Boone, North Carolina HUGHES-RANKIN COMPANY SCHOOL, CHURCH. AND INSTITUTIONAL FURNISHINGS Office and Showroom: 1229 Montlieu Avenue HIGH POINT, N. C. CHURCH ' S STORE Where your dollar has more cents Men ' s Boys ' Clothing — Shoes Phone AM 4-8787 Boone, N. C. Herman W. Wilcox Travel Agency Queen City Trailways Majoring In Air Travel — Charter Bus Service Educational Tours — Anywhere Phone AM 4-8836 Bus Terminal Boone, N. C. Page Two Hundred Thirty-six Meet Your Friends At SHORTY ' S " The Students ' Nightly Retreat " SANDWICHES SHORT ORDERS Active people go for Cokel Enjoy Coca-Cola right now! BotTieu unoer uumuni ut the Coca-Cola Coinpun by HICKORY, NORTH CAROLINA Pag e Two Hundred Thirty-seven V WG O " « " THr«f.j ' PRINT V OBSERVER PRINTING HOUSE 216 W. 2ND ST. CHARLOTTE, N. C. TELEPHONE ED 3-3101 Pntje Two Hundred Thirty-eight utoarcip k P«yc Tiro Hiuutre l TUht) .y ut oarapnd 7iro Uumhcd horlv


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