Appalachian State University - Rhododendron Yearbook (Boone, NC)

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)AI. I mo 1964 at A. S. T. C. " The Sound Of Mutii Climb Ev ' ry Mountain Words by OSCAR HAMMERSTEIN Znd Maestoso Piano Music by RICHARD RODGERS l T= % ? 1 r? = ? — = f = SI ( 9 s p f - »- 1 1 f — , hJI ■fi. ..f ■ » f . L p 4 i «■ 1 f J " - — 1 = fc=r f= = 3 t=Mt t=- 1 r- 1 i. . MH Refrain iwitk deep feeling like k A r- 1 e— a fTajftr) G 1 J Gm7 C — I 1 F — Fm«j7 —I i— 1 Climb ev - ' ry : — r 1 h — moun - tain, J J- J search high and 1 - 1 r= low. f f — at — ■w 1 — iwh if 4= - = = J. J J i ' = 1 i Fol - low ev - ' ry by - way, ev - ' ry path you know. Cofiyrlrht (Q 19S9 t y Richlid Rodgcri and Oscal Hammelstcin 2nd irilliamion Music Inc., New York, N.Y., owner of publication ind allied rights for all rountriet o{ theWotcrn Hcmitphcit JnUrnatiotnt Cojjf rig ' At i ' ecurtd HaA xnU$.A. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED including public performance fo: profit Any arrangement or adaptation of this composition without the consent of the owner is an infringement of copyright 1964 RHC Rae Worthington Editor-in-Chief Dorothy Beard Harris Business Manager Miss Elizabeth Fox Advisor t)or E rvDRorv BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA irrive at Appalachian as new, frighterre35reshmen and the everflowing tide of the affairs of our school engulfs us. A roommate . . . new people to meet . . . fresh- man orientation . . . our first college classes . . . ball games . . . cheers, laughter, tears . . . date s . . . the big dances . . . short visits home . . . exams . . . and before we really expect it, a year has flown by . • • then two . . . then three, and we are seniors. New experiences . . . new places . . . student teaching . . . and graduation. Where did the time go? With each passing minute, day, and year we looked onward and upward. Now graduation leaves us not only looking back at our school where we have li ed, worked, and played, but also looking to the future and the new exciting years yet in store for us. ■ ir(;vs look upward. Climb ev ' ry Page Fmir mountain . . . Majeslic ! -- 1 i 3 ' ]} , ' r 1 | 5 Y M m , iii 1 1 Our campus leaders! Ford ev ' ry stream . . . Ei ' er onward. W here did I go wrong? Page Six p F ' % ' .if ' i ' 6 ' ' fS . . ' N 1 , ' . ' id ■ ' ■ . 3 ah 1 - Ui « ' ' k " ..- ' . %i ■4 ■ 4 1 ■rf- ., _ " ■ . -■ a £ - -. i SRR|m»° ' .:; iuStpMi ' " a ILlL |! -— AT- " " fi St W ' fWiwj ' rm. .i« 4M9B9B. ? l " ' .:.; ' .,;3iiaK:. ' fW ' fri " I ' flES Snow! Snow! Snow! Throughout our college years, we engage in many activities. We take part in clubs . . . perhaps we are invited to join an honor so- ciety. We take part in enterprises which meet our interests . . . debating . . . dramatics . . . newspaper work. We enjoy the seasons . . . Fall . . . lovely trees . . . hikes . . . Winter . . . snowball fights . . . Christmas trees . . carol- ing . . . Spring . . . picnics . . . flowers . . . May Day festivities. Page Seven Don ' t stop now. Follow Beauty galore! Lest we forget. We ha ' e special features on our campus. Some happen only once a year . . . Home- coming . . . the Christmas dance . . . Secret Passion week . . . the May dance. But other things which happen frequently are just as wonderful . . . dates with your steady . . . letters from home . . . church . . . ev ' ry rainbow . . . There may he jtist a thousand on campus, BUT WOW! Will she or won ' t she? . r " .-- Ji , - I S-:n 1 ' ■. l • Page Nine Many new things come our way . . . our college ring . . . student teaching ... a spe- cial honor . . . perhaps a disappointment or two . . . the reahzation of a goal sought and achie ' ed . . . Otic suiinuil leads to another. At last . . . tlwy ' ve arrived. if Till you find ' Teach that roii may he tmight. our dream. Ever unin ' s dream. Page Eleven Always we continue toward our goal— an education. We search for knowledge through hooks . . . teachers . . . lectures . . . discussions. There are always classes to attend . . . studying . . . exams . . . final grades . . . success and failure. Each a part of learning . . . thmtaht I knew that! ' Here • ) our Mistake Climb ev ' ry mountain, search high Page Twelve I B-» ; R310.0V Rno.oi3R320.oirv ■ Dii • 05£ 05 ' 1 1 Miaoi! S r ' -fBT- fir- Reachiiia for knmrled e. Serenity. and low . . . Our nation ' s sorrow. Yet, we still have time for sports . . . pep rallies . . . Football . . . bear meat at last! . . . basketball . . . cheers of victory . . . soccer . . . wrestling . . . golf . . . swimming . . . baseball. Some are just for our own enjoyment . . . ski- ing . . . bowling . . . building snowmen . . . ping pong . . . competition is always keen . . . Poor Jack! Practice makes perfect. FinaUv! W M 1 N. . " MBMORIAL. CKlSEC. 36 • o o m _• 12 34 C O M VISITOR St l HOML 1 ?rc«ertlH MENS BCCLXIB i lL i Follow ev ' ry jH iylglQll m byway . . . ev ' ry path you know. Page Fifteen Dedication . . . The 1964 Rhododendron Staff proudly ded- and service for the betterment of those who cross icates this annual to Rogers V. Whitener— a his path, teacher who oives unselfishly of his time, talent. Page Sixteen ACADEMICS Climb ev ' ry mountain, Search high and low . . . ' The School is not the end but only the beginning of an education. " — CALVIN COOLIDGE ir:f I STATE. TEACHERa l-U CO-EDUCATIONAL FOUN0EDI9O3 CLASSPF195 ' ■ ■••Wft " - - I t ' - ..iS " ■ t ' - ' ■■ •- W K; V ■ ' Dr. W. } . Plemmons A.B., A.M.. Ph.D., LL.D. ADMINISTRATION Greetings! It is a pleasure to greet and salute the students, lacultv, and other friends of Appalaehian through the pages of the Rhododendron. This publieation has a very vital place in the student life of the campus, and in compiling for history the part the students played in the life of the college during any given year. We are all very proud of the edi- tions of previous years, and we know that the one for 196B-64 will measure up in every way to those that have been published before. As each of you lea ' es the campus, you will take with you the love and best wishes of your Alma Mater, and she will follow vour e ' erv activity with great interest and pride. God bless you, nov, ' and always! W. H. Plemmons Page Twenty James D. Rankin A.B, A.M., D.S.T.D. President Emeritus D. Bernard Doughert - B.S. ' ice-Presidei!t and ComptroUer la i f -1 V 1 1 ei 1 t " 1 E " J Page Twenty-one D. J. W ' hitener A.B.; M.A., Ph.D. Dean of College Herman R. Eggers A.B., M.A. Registrar Maxie G. Edmisten B.S., iM.A. Dean of Women J. Braxton Harris A.B., M.A., Ed.D. Assistant Registrar Robert L. Breitenstein B.Ed. Deuii of Men J. P. BozARD B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Dean of Instruction ADMINISTRATION Gratis D. Williams A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Director of Graduate Studies James E. Stone B.S., M.S., Ed.D. Director of Summer Sessions and Extension Robert T. Allen A.B. Director of Foundations Public Relatimts and News Bureau DEPARTMENT HEADS F. Ray Derrick B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Biology Iames F. Jones A.B., M.A. Business Education Orus R. Sutton B.S., M.A. Business Education ' ooDFORD G. Sink A.B., M.S., Ph.D. Chemistry Ben H. Horton, Jr. B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Education Graydon p. Eggers B.A., A.M., Ph.D. English ]. Roy Prince B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Foreign Languages DA aD A. RiGSHY B.S., M.S. Industrial Arts William Leonard Eury A.B., B.S., M.S. Lihrary Ila T. Justice A.B., B.S., M.E. Library Science O. Paul Sanders B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Mathematics William G. Spencer B.M.Ed., M.A., Ed.D. Music Marshall L. Walters B.S., M.A. Physical Education V ' alter C. Connolly B.A., M.S., Ph.D. Physics Wiley F. Smith A.B.. M.A., Ph.D. Psychology J. C. YODER B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Social Studies T. L. Tedford B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Speech Not Pictured: Clarence B. Bunch, (r. B.S., M.A. Art Mary Brown Allgood B.S., M.S. Hcnne Econoiyiics LfK - S - ,438• r y ' y ' Xmn - mJf M r " " - ® V (. d .h FACULTY Ruby Akers A.B., M.A. English DoROTH ' Atwell B.M., M.A. Music Gelene a. Atwood A.B. Chemistry I. Paul Bagley B.S., M.A. Education John G. Barden A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Education Richard Thomas Barker B.S., M.A. Circulation Librarian Annie Mae Blackburn B.S., M.A. Business Education C. Milton Blue B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Special Education Ellis G. Boatman A.B., M.A. Social Studies Ben G. Bosworth, Jr. B.S.Ed., M.A., Ed.D. Education RoNNY L. Brooks B.S. Physical Education G. T. Buckland B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Mathematics Joseph E. Bryson A.B., M.Ed., Ed.D. Education Beulah Campbell A.B., M.A. Education . W. Carpenter, Jr. B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Biology Page Twenty-four J. Lou Carpenter A.B., M.S. Speech Roger M. Clites A.B., M.A. Social Studies Walton S. Cole B.A., M.M. Music Francis Cook B.A., M.A. English Grace M. Councill B.S., M.A. Education Ennis Davis B.S., M.A. Education Eric DeGroat B.S., M.A. Physical Education Alfred M. Denton, Jr. B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Social Studies J. Max Dixon A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Social Stiidies May Evans Denton B.S., M.S. Chemistry Edwin S. Dougherty B.S., M.A. Social Studies Eugene Christopher Drozdowski B.A., M.A. Social Studies k i k h Page Twenty-five Daisy W. Eggers B.S., M.A. English Terry E. Epperson, Jr. B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Social Studies, Nicholas Erneston B.M.Ed., M.M., Ph.D. Music Elizabeth Fox B.M., M.M.Ed. Music David French B.S., M.F.A. Speech Frances S. Fulmer A.B.. M.A. Mathematics William E. Fulmer A.B., Ed.M., Ed.D. Education Edward H. Gibson, III A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Social Studies Ray Graham B.S., M.A. Mathematics Howard Greer B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Biology J. Edward Harrill A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Edtication Martha G. Hawkinson B.S., M.A. Business Edjicatinn FACULTY V ' ALTER A. HaWKINSON B.S., M.A. Mathematics Cleone H. Hodges A.B., M.S. Physical Education Allie a. Hodgin B.S. Reference Librarian David Hodgin A.B., A.M. English Francis L. Hoover B.S., M.A., D.P.E. Physical Education Rena C. Hoover A.B., M.A. Social Studies Earny p. Hotard, Jr. B.M., M.M. Music Mary Huff A.B., B.S. Cataloger William Imperatore B.S., M.A. Social Studies Charles L. Isley, Jr. B.S., M.A. Music James E. Johnson B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Chemistry Isabel Jones B.S.Ed., M.Ed., Ed.D. Education Vk. Page Tiventy-seven James D. Lacy B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. Education Robert G. Light B.S., M.S. Physical Education Virginia Linney B.M., M.M. Music John P. MacBryde A.B., M.A. English Arnold D. McEntire B.S., M.A. Mathematics Bettv Ruth McFarland B.S. English Robert B. McFarland B.S., M.A. Education Carl G. Meeks B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Physical Education Eloise C. Melton A.B., M.A. Social Studies Jack R. Melton A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Education W. Dean Meredith B.S., M.Ed. Education Carl [. Messebe B.S.. M.A. Business Education FACULTY FACULTY FR.-iNK A. Meyer B.S., M.S. Physical Education George B. Miles B.S., Ph.D. Chemistry Faye Mitchell A.B., M.A. Circulation Librarian Marcus B. Morehead B.S. Biology Robert H. Newall B.A., M.A. Speech William T. Nighols B.A., Ph.D. Social Studies Clyde C. Owen B.S., M.S. Industrial Arts Paul Patterson B.S., M.Ed., Ph.D. Mathematics Uberto Price B.S., M.A. Education John A. Pritchett, Jr. A.B., M.A. Education Leo K. Pritchett A.B., M.Ed. Social Studies Eunice Query A.B., M.A. Library Science Page Twenty-nine fJi ' 5S 3 3 ' 1| - 4Vi FACULTY Beatrix Ramey- B.S.. M.A. Edjicatioti J. Frank Randall A.B., M.S., Ph.D. Biology Robert L. Randall B.S., M.A., C.A.S. Edticatimi Robert E. Reiman B.S., M.S. Social Studies Lee R. Reynolds B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Education Madge Rhyne B.S., M.S. Home Economics Jane Riner B.S., M.A. Business Education Kent Robinson B.S., M.A. Howard James Ryan A.B., M.A. Social Studies HOYT W. Safrit B.S., M.A. Music Orlan Sawey B.S., M.A., Ph.D. English James A1. Sawyer B.S., M.A. Education Charles Scruggs A.B., M.A. Foreign Language NoLLiE W. Shelton B.S., M.A. Education LoRis Shipman B.A., B.S., M.A. English Page Thirty FACULTY Zeb V. Shook B.S., M.A. Order Librarian Catherine Smith B.S., M.A.Ed. Art Starr N. Stacy B.S., M.A. Mathematics Frank Steckel B.S., M.A. Industrial Arts Ben F. Strickland B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. Education Betty Teem B.S., M.Ed. Curriculum Laboratory Librarian Roger E. Thomas B.S., M.Ed. Physical Education Rebecca Tomlinson B.S., M.A., D.P.E. Physical Education William F. Troutman, Jr. B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Social Studies Kathryn Tullv A.B., M.A. Business Education Ina VV. Van Noppen B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Social Studies John J. Van Noppen, III A.B., M.A., Ph.D. English Teunis Vergeer A.B., M.S., Ph.D. Biology Mary Jo VValkup B.S., M.S. Physical Education Thurston Walls B.A., M.A. Social Sttidies Page Thirty-one FACULTY Maryo Walters B.S. Foreign Language R. W. Watkins B.S., M.A. Physical Education O. Kenneth Webb, Jr. B.A., B.D. Social Studies Vivian W. Welborn B.S., M.S. Home Economics George Wesley B.A., i I.A. Psychology Janice Robertson Whitener B.S. Home Economics Rogers V. Whitener B.S., M.A. English Elizabeth Williams B.S. Art Page Thirty-two COLLEGE STAFF Mary Edith Bell Justice Hall Ada B. Crisp New Dorm Plennie B. Crouch Locust Hall Ruth G. German East Hall Mary E. Haralson Dauph-Blan Marjorie Kelly East Hall Irene Laird North Hall Larry Penley Public Information Officer Marvin Russell Traffic Manager Emma Mart Taylor East Hall Cecil Tester Traffic Manager Arlie H. Thompson New Dorm Vera Cooke Tunnell Periodicals Librarian Ethel G. Tyson Lovill Hall John Welborn Cafeteria Manager Dee R. Winkler White Hall . ., 4 " I Jr ' Page Thirty-three GRADUATE STUDENTS Barnes, Bruce Wayne Concord Beaver, Donald Clay Troutman Bohler, Gloria Ann Ocala, Fla. Brown, Jack David Fresno, Ohio Brunson, Mamie Irene Rock Hill, S. C. Cantor, Ai n Bernard Lake Worth, Fla. Cates, James Bryan Morganton Cook, Carole Stafford Black Mountain Cook, Gordon Michael Kannapolis Page Thirty-four GRADUATE STUDENTS Cornelius, Gilbert Dale Charlotte Davis, Bobbie Sue Pensacola, Fla. Dietrich, Wilson Lloyd Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Ensley, Richard M. Winston-Salem Freligh, William P. Charlotte Green, James Carson Boone Harrill, Thomas Stearn Newton Harter, James Watt Columbia, S. C. Hasty, Gerald Lee Hayes, Lois T. Monroe Boone HsuEH, Aileen Chien-mien Taipei, Taiwan, China Jenkins, Ethel Launa Jacksonville, Fla. Johnson, Ben Franklin, Jr. Lexington Jones, Kyle Shuford Hickorv Lee, Phyllis Mae High Point ■ % i iF Page Thirty-five GRADUATE STUDENTS Loos, Earl Don, Jr. Okeana, Ohio Love, Martha Elaine Concord McCartney, Thomas C. Boone McDonald, Russell Thomas Forest City McFarland, Mary Jane Forest City Masumoto, Maya Kobe-City, Japan Miller, Shirley Marie Boonville Norwood, James T., |r. McBee, S. C. O ' Hara, David Leslie Weedsport, N. Y. OvERBAY, Alfred B. Granite Falls Pennington, J. Neiland Thomasville Phillips, Jesse Clark Trinity Ragsdale, Johnnie David, Jr. Winston-Saelm Reynolds, Roy Eugene King Rice, Patricia Ann Conover Page Thirty-six GRADUATE STUDENTS RiCKETT, Ernest Edward, Jr. Asheville Rush, Marion Greensboro Sawicki, Henry Frank Miami, Fla. Shen, Betty Pei-te Taipei, Taiwan, China Shingleton, Royce Gordon Banner Elk Smith, Edward Gerald Greenville, S. C. Smith, Patricia Ann Snipes, Waite Hoyt Charlotte Kannapwlis Staub, Jos. W. Midland Park, N. J. Stephenson, Walter Terry Wilmington Taylor, Beverly Gail Bre ard Weathersbee, Linda Susan Norwood Williams, Mary Evelyn 1 larrisburg Woo, May Wan Hong Kong, China Yount, James Dan Granite Falls Page Thirty-seven Gerald Andrews, President Ji.Ni Richardson, ' ice-President THE SENIOR CLASS • 1964 Ann McGary Sink, Secretary Thirty-eight Clinton Parker, Treasurer THE SENIOR CLASS • 1964 Abernethy, Judith Ann Vale Elementary Education Pi Gamma Mu 3. 4; National Education Associa- tion 3. 4; Baptist Student Union 1. 2. 3: Dean ' s List 1, 2. 3; Young Women ' s Auxiliary 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Marshal (Summer School) 2, 3. Acker, Sidney Garrison Charlotte Physical Education Intramurals (Basketball, Track) 3; ' arsity Soccer and Track 4. Adams, Freddy Bryan Elkin Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 2. 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 4; Intramurals (Softball, Football, Basketball) 1, 2, 3, 4; All Champs Basketball 1, 2. 3. Alexander, John Robert Statesville Elementary Education Class President 1. 2; Student Council I, 2, 3; Pa- rade Marshal 3; Member of State Student Legis lature; ' ice-President of North State Student Gov- ernment Association 4; Collegiate Civic Club 1 , 2. 3, 4; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 3, 4; Best Looking 4. Alexander, Judy Kay Landis Primary Education National Education Association 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 3. 4; Women ' s Chorus 1, 2. 3; Rkododendron Staff 3; Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4 (Second ' ice-President 4). Allen, Larry Floyd Shelby Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3. V ice- President 4); Future Business Leaders of America 1; Band 1, 2. 3; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. Allen, Melynda Louise VVadesboro Primary Education Allran, Richard Graham Lincolnton Business Education National Education Association 3; Phi Beta Lambda 4. Allred, Betty Ann Lexington Elementary Education National Education Association 3. 4; Alpha Chi 4; Junior Marshal 3; Association of Childhofxl Edu- cation 2. Andrews, Robert Gerald Fairmont Elementary Education Class President 4; Class Vice-President 3; Student Committee for Popular Programs 3, 4 (Chairman 3, Vice-chairman 4); Dormitory Counselor 2, 3, 4; House Council 2, 3, 4; Collegiate Civic Club 3. 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3, 4; National Education Asso- ciation 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 1, 2, 3; Student Social Affairs Committee 4; Student Leadership Committee; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4; Most Ver- satile 4. Arrington, Sylvia Lane Westfield Elementary Education Young Women ' s Christian Association 2. 3. 4; Bap- tist Student Union 2, 3. 4; National EJucation Association 4; Young Women ' s Au, iliar ' 2, 4; House Council 2; Religious Council 4; Women ' s Glee Club 4. Austin, Janis Hodgls Bixme Business Education Avery, Mary Louise Morganton Elementary Educatimi and English Westminster Fellowship 1; Dorm House Council 1; Varsouvianna 2; Honor Convocation 1, 2; Junlci Marshal 3; Junior Counselor 3; House President 3; Alpha Chi 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Student Resi- dence Association 4 (President 4); National Edu- cation Association 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 1; Assistant in English Department 4; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Col- leges 4. Ayers, Claude Vernon Pinnacle Social Studies Student Traffic Organization (President); Na- tional Education Association; Chi Lambda Chi. Badgett, Marilyn Mt. Air ' English and French French Club 2, 3, 4; National Education Associa- THE SENIOR CLASS • 1964 Baird, Billy Clinton Vilas Industrial Arts Baker, Carol Jean Charlotte Prinmry Education Association of Childhood Education 2; National Ed- ucation Association 4. Baker, Mary Jane Snow Hill Elementary Education National Education Association i Asscicialion of Childhood Education 4. Ball, Gloria Raylene Thontasville Elementary Education and Library Science National Education Association 3, 4; Plavcrafters 1, 2, 3; Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2. 3. 4; Library Science Club 3, 4; Rhododendron Staff 3. Ballenger, Joan Lucille .Middleburg, Va. Elementary Education Women ' s Athletic Association 2, 3; National Ed ucation Association 3: Rhododexdron Staff 3; House Council 2, 3. Barbee, Mary Julia Concord Social Studies National Education Association; International Re lations Club (Secretary); House Council; Canter- buo ' Club; Women ' s Glee Club. Barber, Reba Lavern Salisbury English and French French Club 3, 4; .National Education Association 4. Bard, Barbara Evelyn Charlotte Elementary Education Dean ' s List; National Education Association. Bare, Anne Marie Jefferson Mathematics and Science National Education Association 3, 4; Dean ' s List I, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club 3; Math Club 4. Barlowe, Sarah Ella Lenoir Primary Education Association of Childhood Education 3. 4; Narional Education .Association 3, 4; Library Science Club 3, 4; Women ' s Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3; Undergraduate English Assistant 3. Barrett, Mary Lou Holly Springs Elementary Education Wesley Foundation 1, 2; Young Democrats Club 1; National Education Association 3, 4; Dean ' s List. Bauguess, James Richie Thurmond Mathematics Young Democrats Club 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, Vice- President 4); Math Club 3, 4; National Education Association 4. Beal, Drusilla Jean Cumnock Biology Young Women ' s Christian .Association 1; Library Science Club 1, 2; Highland Biologists 4; Beta Beta Beta 3, 4 (Historian 4); Alpha Chi 3, 4; Junior Counselor 3; National Education Association 4; Who ' s. Who in Americm Utiivenities and Colleges 4; Co-ed of the Month (March) 3. Beam, Brenda Ann Cherryville Elementary Education Library Science Club 3. 4 (Publicity Committee 4); National Education Association 3, 4; Baptist Stu- dent Union 1. Beam, Harry Richard Shelby Business Education Beattie, Frances Glyn Hickory Business Education Beaver, Tommy Kale China Grove Social Studies Religious Council 1, 4; College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Chorus 3; International Relations Club 3, 4; Lutheran Student Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Trainer 1; National Education Association 3, 4. Beckett, Joseph John Lewes, Del. Health and Physical Education Transfer from Weslev College, Dover, Del.: Foot- ball 3. 4; Intramural Basketball. Benfield, Ernest Frederick Lenoir Biology Collegiate Civic Club; Librarj- Staff; Intramural Sports; Senior Representative to Popular Programs Committee; Appalachian Staff; N ' ewland Hall Chor- Bentley, Gerald Everette Lenoir Business Education Bishop, William Lynn Taylors, S. C. Social Studies Transfer from North Greenville Junior College. Black, Linda Elizabeth Midland Biology House Council; Highland Biologists; National Ed- ucation Association. Blackburn, Charlotte Gaye West Jefferson English and Library Science Library Science Club 3; National Education .Associa- Blanton, Margaret Ellen Shelby Elementary Education Young Women ' s Association 1; Baptist Student Union 1; National Education Association 4; North Carolina Education Association 4. Blanton, William Elgit Concord Elementary Education Playcraflers I. 2, 3. 4 (Treasurer 3); Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4; Off Campus Student Organization 3, 4 (Vice-President 3. President 4); " Yosef " 3; National Education Association 3. Blevins, Mary Ellen Grumpier Mathematics Alpha Chi 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3. 4; Young Repub- licans Club 3, 4; Junior Counselor 3; Junior Mar- shal 3; Baptist Student Union 2, 3, 4. Blinson, David Sherrill Lenoir Mathenuitics BoGGS, Robert Marshall Bcxinville Physical Education and Social Studies Brackett, William Ted Boone Business Education Bradford, William Wills Haymarket, Va. Chemistry Math Club 1; Chemistr - Club 1. 2, 3, 4 (Treas- urer 3). Bradley, Glenda Susan Old Fort Biology and General Science Alpha Chi 3. 4; Beta Beta Beta 3, 4; Highland Biologists 3, 4; Junior Counselor 3; Undergraduate Assistant in Biology Department. Brande, Judy Carole Winston-Salem Primary Education National Education Association 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Library Assistant 3, 4; House Council 1, 2; Baptist Student Union I, 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 3. Brooks, Beverly Dawn Dallas Primary Education National Education Association; Baptist Student Union; House Council; Student Council (Summer School); Student Residence Association; Women ' s Glee Club; Library Assistant. tMt% Brooks, Craig Hamptonville Business Ediicatioti Phi Beta Lambda. Brooks, Ronald Woodrow Candler Business Editcation and Social Science Collegiate Civic Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Appalachian Staff 1, 2, 3; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. Brown, Betty Zane Madison Social Studies Wesley Foundation. Brown, Clara Jane Vera Beach, Fla. Music Baptist Student Union; Orchestra 3, 4; Chorale 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Glee Club 1, 2; Music Educators Club 2, 3, 4. Brown, William Maynard Boone Elementary Education Bryan, John Harold Boone Biology Baptist Student Union 3, 4; Church Related Voca- tions Club 4. Bryant, Jerry Fred Cramerton Business Education Playcratters 1, 2, 3; Student Traffic Organization 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4 (President 3, 4); Phi Beta Lambda 3; Chi Lambda Chi 3, 4. Buchanan, Barbara Sue Bakersville English Playcratters 3; Spanish Club 1. Buchanan, Carol Ann Bakersville Home Economics Home Economics Club 3, 4; National Education Association 3; Dean ' s List 3. Buchanan, Etta Louise Spruce Pine Elementary Education National Education Association; Baptist Student Union. Bumgarner, John Willard Nebo Social Studies International Relations Club 3, 4; National Edu cation Association 4. Bumgarner, Lena Pipes Ferguson Elementary Education and English Bumgarner, Virginia Ann . .Millers Creek Primary Education . ' ssociation of Childhood Education 3; National Education Association 4, Burke, Judy Ann Durham Physical Education Transfer from Elon; National Education .Association 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 4; Student As- sistant in Physical Education Department 4; In- tramurals 3, 4; Bowling Championship Team 3. Burleson, Roma Gene Albemarle Business Education and Social Studies Phi Beta Lambda 3, 4; National Education Asso- ciation 3. Burnett, John Benjamin, Jr. Clarksville, Va. Biology Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4. Burns, Herbert Red Springs Business Education Student Council 3 (Recording Secretary); Chi Lambda Chi 4 (Vice President); Collegiate Ci ' ic Club 3, 4; National Education Association 3, 4 (President 4); Hall Counselor, Newland HaU 3; House Council; Who ' s Who in American Univer- sities and Colleges 4; Phi Beta Lambda 4. Byrd, Carole Ann Spruce Pine Elementary Education House Council 1; Piavcrafters 3; Literary Society 3, 4; Appalachian Staff 3; National Edu THE SENIOR CLASS • 1964 Caldwell, James Harold Gastonia Business Education Transfer from Gardner-Webb Junior College; Ten nis 3. Campbell, William John .... Lincolnton Social Studies Cannon, Jerky Wayne Lenoir Business Education Business Club 1, 4; Intramurals 2. Cannon, Paul Michael Kannapolis Instrumental Music Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Band 3, 4; Or chestra 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Men ' s Chorus 3, 4; Dance Band 1. 2. 3, 4; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4. Cansler, Richard Lee Hickory Social Studies International Relations Club 4; Rhoixjdendron Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 (Assistant Business Manager 3); Young Republicans Club 2. 3, 4 (Vice-President 2. President 3, 4). Capps, Roger Carrol Ashe ille Elementary Education Transfer from . sheviJle-Biltmore; National Educa- tion Association 4. Carpenter, Bonn Lynn Salisbury Home Economics Library Science Club 1, 2, 3; Home Economics Club 4; National Education Association 4. Carroll, William Clyde .Kings Mountain Biology and General Science Intramurals 2. 3, 4; Highland Biologists 2, 3. 4; Beta Beta Beta 2, 3. 4. Carter, Gail Morris Raleigh Library Science Library Science Club 3, 4; National Education Association 4. Cashion, Loy Green, Jr High Point Mathematics Chambers, Billie Sue Whiting, Ind. Elementary Education National Education .As sociation. Chambers, Girard, III Hampton, Va. Elementary Education National Education .Association 2, 3, 4 (Vice Presi- dent 3); Student Council (Summer School) 3; Association of Childhood Education 2, 3, 4; Stu- dent Traffic Organization 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 3. Chambers, Norman A Charlotte Business Education Transfer from Wingate; Tennis 3. 4; ll ' io ' s Who iti American Universities and Colleges 4. Chase, Betty Davis Waynesville Mathematics Concert Band 1. 2, 3; Majorette I, 2. 3; Baptist Student Union I, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President of Lovill Hall 1; Vemician Society 3, 4; Alpha Chi 3, 4 (Officer 3); Math Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Scholarship Recognition Day 1; Class Treasurer 3; Junior Mar shal 3; Junior Counselor 3; House Council 1; Young Women ' s Auxiliary 1, 2, 3 (Officer 2, 3); Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; National Education Associa- tion 3; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 3. Christoph, Marilyn Kathryn Winston-Salem Physical Education and Social Studies Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity BasketbaU 2; Varsity Volleyball 2, 3, 4; National Education Association 4; Y ' oung Democrats 2; In- tramural Bowling Team Champion 3; Intramural Volleyball Team Champion 3. THE SENIOR CLASS 19 6 4 Clark, Arnold Dean Drexel Business Education and Social Studies Transfer from East Carolina College; Collegiate Civic Club; Intramural Sports. Clark, Nancy Carolyn Valdese Business Education and Social Studies Transfer from East Carolina College; Pi Omega Pi Clayton, Robert George .Lockport, N. Y. Industrial Arts Junior Marshal (Summer) 3; Industrial Arts Cluh i. 4 (Historian 4); Alpha Chi 3, 4. Clifton, Charles McKaye Martinsville, Va. Mathematics Transfer from iMars Hill Junior College; Intramurals (Basketball, Softball) 3, 4; Math Club 4. Cline, Helen Louise Newton Business Education and Social Studies Pi Omega Pi 4; Dean ' s List 2. Cloninger, Reba Elaine Charlotte Biology and General Science Highland Biologists 4; National Education Asso- ciation 4. Clontz, Althea Elaine ....Granite Falls C emisto ' Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2 (Reporter 2); Wesley Foundation 1, 2; Chemistr ' Club 3, 4 (Sec- retary- 4); National Education Association 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4. Clough, Martha Elizabeth Marion Biology Highland Biologists 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1; Undergraduate Assistant in the Biology Depart- ment 4. COCKERHAM, LiNDA LoU Elkin Elementary Education Modern Dance 1, 2; Baptist Student Union; Na- tional Education Association 3, 4; Young Women ' s Auxiliary 1, 3, 4. Coffey, Estel Baird Boone Business Education Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Alpha Chi 3, 4; Phi Beta Lambda 4; Student Assistant 3, 4. CoFFiELD, Mary Joyce Oak City Elementary Education Cook, Nancy Gaye Huntersville Social Studies Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Pi Gamma Mu (Secretary 4); Spanish Club 1, 2; International Relations Club 2; Alpha Chi 4; Na- tional Education Association 3, 4. Cooke, Brenda Kay Lawndale Elementary Education Young Women ' s Association 1; National Educa- tion .- ssociation 3, 4; Junior Counselor 3; Alpha Chi 3, 4. Cooper, Helen Eva Boone Elementary Education Cooper, Mario Vincent . .Gicenville, S. C. Social Studies Transfer from North Greenville Junior College; Soccer 4; Playcrafters 3, 4; Appaiachian Staff 3. CopPLEY, Rebecca Ann Lexington Home Economics Young Women ' s Association 3, 4; National Educa- tion Association 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 1. 2, 3, 4 (Council 4); Women ' s Chorus 3, 4 (Presi- dent 4); Baptist Student Union Touring Choir 1. 3, 4; Dean ' s List 1. 3, 4. CoRNETTE, Arvill Gwyn . . . West Jefferson Physical Education and Social Studies Transfer from Lees McRae Junior College; Intra- mural Sports 3, 4. CoRNETTE, James G Charlotte English CoRNETTE, James Harvey . . .La Plata, Md. Social Studies Transfer from Charles County Junior College, La Plata, Md. Covington, Frances Dockery . Rockingham Elementary Education College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Playcrafters 2. 3, 4; Na- tional Education Association 4; Dean ' s List 1. 2, 3, 4. Cox, Gerald Floyd Asheboro Physical Education National Education Association 3, 4; Intramural Crabtree, Larry ' Wilson .... Chapel Hill Industrial Arts Student Council Representative 3, 4; CoUegiate Civic Club 3. 4; Industrial Arts Club 2, 3. 4 (Par- liamentarian 4); North Carolina Industrial . rts Association 2, 3, 4; American Industrial .Arts .As- sociation 2, 3, 4; Representative to Student Slate Legislature 3; Representative to North State Student Government Association 3, 4; Intramurals (Football. Softball); Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 3, 4. Craig, Sylvia Sechler China Grove Music Grain, Thomas Preston ....Greer, S. C. Physical Education Crisp, Steve Harding Lenoir Physical Education and Social Studies Soccer 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3. 4. Crow, Frank Heath, Jr. North Wilkesboro English Transfer from N. C. State; National Education .As- sociation 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Playcrafters 2, 3 (President 4); College Choir 2, 3. 4; Men ' s Chorus 3, 4; Piano Ensemble 2, 3; Band 3: Student Traffic Organization 3. 4 (Constitutional Committee): Chi Lambda Chi 4; Student Council Representative 4; School Council 4; Undergraduate Assistant 3. Crutchfield, Larry Eugene Winston-Salem Physical Education Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Dagenhardt, Dennis Wayne .... Hickory Chemistry and Mathematics Daces, Judith Anne Nevvland English V ' arsouvianna 2; Rhododendron Staff 2; Appa- lachian Staff 2; National Education Association 3, 4. Danner, Betty Jones Catawba Primary Education National Education Association 4. Daughtry, Ruth Exlen Durham Elementary Education Co-ed of the Month (November); National tdu cation Association 2, 3, 4 (Publicity Committee 3); Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; House Council 1; Baptist Student Union I, 2; Baptist Student Union Tour ing Choir 2; Glee Club 3, 4. Davis, Lawrence William, Jr. . .Concord Physical Education and Social Studies Collegiate Civic Club; National Education Associa- Davis, Linda Faye Rockingham Biology Vocalist for Appatones 2, 3, 4; Vocalist for .Am- bassadors 2, 3, 4. ' W 1 d Davis, Maby Faye Statesville Music House Council 1; Christmas Court 1; Vernician So- ciety 2, 3, 4; M.E.N.C. 2, 3, 4; Chorale 2, 3 (Sec- retary 3); Choir 1, 3, 4 (Accompanist 3, 4); Or- chestra I, 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List. Davis, Sara Little West Jefferson Primary Education Spanish Club. Davis, William Javan Charlotte Social Sttidies Men ' s Chorus 3, 4; National Education Association 4; International Relations Club 4 (President 4); Chi Lambda Chi 4. Dawkins, Bessie M Rockingham Biology and General Science National Education Association 3, 4; Alpha Chi 3, 4 (Treasurer 3); Beta Beta Beta 3, 4; Scholarship Recognition Day 2; College Choir 1; Undergraduate Assistant in Biologj- Department 3; IV ' ho ' s Who in Anierican Universities cnid Colleges 4. Dean, Winston Joe Monroe Physical Education and Science Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4; .Alpha Chi 3. 4; Collegiate Civic Club 3, 4; Junior Marshal 3. Deese, Thomas Edmund Morganton Instntmental Music Band I. 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1. 2. 3, 4; Chorale 2, 3 (President 3); Men ' s Chorus 3; Choir 2; Appa- tones I. 2, 3. Dellinger, Ann Sweezy Fallston Business Education Phi Beta Lambda 1. 2, 3, 4. Denny, Gerald Boyd Jefferson Biology and General Science Beta Beta Beta; Veterans Club. Deviney, Kay Frady ' Rutherfordton Primary Education Women ' s Glee Club 2, 3; National Education As- sociation 3. Dillon, Donald Pegg, Jr Greensboro Social Studies Intramurals 3; National Education .Association 4. Dobbins, Douglas Joe Lenoir Industrial Arts Golf I. 2. 3. 4; Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4 (Sec- retarj- 2. Vice-President 3); N.I.A.A. 2, 3, 4; N.C.I..A.A. 2. 3, 4; Intramurals I. 2, 3; Chi Lambda Chi 3. Dobbins, Emma Gail Charlotte Library Science and Social Studies Playcrafters 1, 2. 3. 4 (Vice-President 3, Secre- tary 4); .Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4 (Secretary-Treas- urer 3, Vice-President 4); Library Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3). Donnelly, Mary Ellen Hickory French and English French Club 1. 2. 3; National Education .Association 2, 3; Pi Delta Phi 2, 3; Literao ' Club I, 2; Dean ' s List: Wesley Foundation 1. 2. 3. Donnelly, Ned Preston Hickory Mathematics Douthit, Patricia Ann Rockingham Physical Education and Social Studies National Education Association 4: Women ' s Ath- letic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Young Women ' s Christian Association 1. 2; Flying Fish 4. Drolette, Joanne L Kannapolis Mathematics and English Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Corresponding Secretary I, Vice-President 2, President 3); National Education Association 3, 4; Appalachian Staff 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3, 4 (Secretary 3); Student Council 3. 4: ' er nician Society 3, 4; Dean ' s List 1; School Council 4; Who ' s Who in Amencan Universities and Colleges 4. Dudley, Susan Lee Dade Citj ' , Fla. Elementary Education Baptist Student Union 1. 2, 3; Baptist Student Union Touring Choir 1; National Education As- sociation 2; Young Democrats Club 3; Women ' s Glee Club 4; International Relations Club 4. DuLA, Henry McKee Lenoir Business Edtication and Science THE SENIOR CLASS • 1964 Duncan, Walker Ernest, Jr. .Greer, S. C. Physical Education Transfer from North Green ' ille Junior College. Durham, Martha Wood . . .Tucson, Ariz. Elementary Educatimi Flying Fish 2, 3, 4; National Education .Association 4; Christmas Court 2. EcKARD, Julia Kay Hickory Home Economics Rhododendron Staff (Business 1, 2, Editorial 3. 4); Appalachian Staff 3, 4 (Exchange Editor 4); Home Economics Club 3, 4; Dean ' s List 2, 3; Col- lege Theater 3. Edmiston, James Allen, Jr. ... Statesville Business Education Phi Beta Lambda 1, 2. 3. 4; Weslev Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. Edmundson, Arnold Clifford East Flat Rock Mathematics CoUegiate Civic Club 3, 4 (Historian, Treasurer): Intramural Wrestling 3. Elbel, Randall Monroe .Fairless Hills, Pa. Music Band 3 (President); Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; M.E.N.C. 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3; Men ' s Chorus 3, 4; Varsity Band 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Eller, Mary Jane Purlear Music .Appalachian Chorale 3; Women ' s Chorus 2; House Council 4; Ensemble 2, 3, 4; .Alpha Chi 3, 4; Dean ' s List I, 2, 3, 4, Elliott. Andrea Gail Charlotte Elementary Education Association of Childhood Education 2, 3; National Education Association 3; Rhododendron Staff 2. Elmore, Randy F Granite Falls Elementary Education Intramurals (Football 4, Basketball 3. 4); Student Council 4. Elrod, Garvin Monroe, Jr Boone Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 3, 4; Collegiate Civic Club 4; National Education Asssociation 3, 4; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. Ennis, Tommy Moore Kannapolis Social Studies National Education Association 3. 4; Intramurals 1, 2. Entzminger, Louise Elizabeth . . . Monroe Elementary Education Transfer from North Greenville Junior College; Bap tist Student Union; Young Women ' s Association. EsTES, Loretta Huffman Wilkesboro Elementary Education National Education Association 4. EuDY, Dolores Elizabeth Concord English Playcrafters 2, 3, 4; National Education Association 3, 4; Junior Counselor 3; Women ' s Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Appalachian Staff 4. EuLiss, Julia Gayle Liberty Elementary Education Wesley Foundation I, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Appa- lachian Staff 2; Rhododendron Staff 3; National Education Association 3, 4; Women ' s Glee Club 3; House Council 4. THE SENIOR CLASS • 1964 Evans, Nancy Lee Waynesville Elementary Education Dean ' s List 1, 3; Association of Childhood Educa- tion 1; National Education Association 2; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4 (Council 4); House Council 4. Faglie, LaFaye Okeechobee, Fla. Business Education Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; National Education Associa- tion 4; Wesley Foundation. Fannon, Jack M Beech Creek Industrial Arts National Education Association 3, 4; Band 3, 4; n.c.e.a. 3, 4; a.i.a.a. 3, 4; n.c.i. a.a. 3, 4. Farrington, Clarice Elizabeth Granite Quarry Business Education Phi Beta Lambda 1; Lutheran Student Association 1, 2 (Secretary 2); Christmas Queen 2; National Education Association 3. 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; .May Court 3, 4. Faulkenberry, Johnny A Belmont Social Studies N.C.E.A. 4. Fazio, Carol M Springfield, Mass. Physical Education House Council 1; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Newman Club 3; Intramurals 1. 2. 3, 4. Fleming, Donna Marie . . .Winston-Salem Primary Education National Education Association 4 (Publicity Chair Flynn. Judith Love Walkertown Physical Education Intramurals 2, 3, 4 (Manager 3, 4); Women ' s .Athletic .Xssociation 1, 2, 3, 4 (Officer 4); Under- graduate Assistant in Physical Education Depart- ment 3, 4. Fowler, William Lee Dallas Social Studies Student Council 2, 3; Dorm Council 2; Cheer leader 2. 3; Band 1; State Student Legislature 2. Francis, Hanna L Harmony Elementary Education Intramurals 1; National Education Association 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Canterbury Club 3; Young Democrats Club 4. Friday. Gail Bernice Dallas Business Education Voung Women ' s Christian Association 1; Lutheran Student Association 1; Phi Beta Lambda 4: Na tional Education Association 4. Friend, Flora North Wilkesboro General Music (Piano) Choir 2, 4; Glee Club 3; M.E.N.C. 4; Dean ' s List 3, 4; Housemother at Ivy Hall 2, 3, 4. Gallen, Margaret Mary Marion English Transfer from Sacred Heart Junior College; New- man Club 3, 4 (Secrelar ' 4); National Education Association 4. Gentry, Barbara Louise Weaverville Elem.entary Education Young Democrats Club; National Education Asso- ciation; Baptist Student Union; Association of Childhood Education. Gilley, Donna Elizabeth Boone Mathematics Chorale I. Gilliam, Kathryn Vena Marion Bxisiness Education Rhododendron Staff 2; Phi Beta Lambda 3, 4. GoFF, James Edward Wytheville, Va. Physical Education Basketball; Baseball; Men ' s " A " Club. GoocH, Soundra Hines Durham Primary Education Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3; Na- tional Education Association 2, 3. 4; Women ' s Glee Club 3, 4; President of North Hall 3; Student Residence Association 3; Committee on Student Social Affairs 3; Dean ' s List. Goodnight, Bettie Salisbury English Goodnight, Sara R Taylorsville Elementary Education National Education Association 4; House Council 1, 3, 4; Young Republicans Club 2. 3, 4. Goodwin, Donn Alan .... Trucksville, Pa. Elementary Education Transfer from Wingate Junior College; Collegiate Civic Club 4; Baseball 3, 4; National Education As- sociation 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4; Intiamurals 3, 4; Dorm Manager (College Hall). Graybeal, Betty Sue West Jefferson Elementary Editcatioit Association of Childhood Education I ; National Education Association 2. Green, Marion Stone Ramseur Library Science and Spanish National Education Association 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Library Science Club 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 1. 2, 3, 4; House Council 1, 3; Alpha Lambda Sig Greene, Addie Irene Waxhaw Social Studies and Library Science National Education Association 4; Library Science Club 4; Young Democrats Club 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Rhododendron Staff 4. Greene, Hannah Rebecca Deep Gap Primary Education Transfer from Mars Hill College; National Educa- tion Association 4; Women ' s Glee Club 3; Rhodo- dendron Staff 4. Greene, Jerry Deane Shelby Physical Education and Health Football 1; Baseball 1. 3, 4. Greene, Linda Hincher . North Wilkesboro Elementary Education National Education Association 3, 4. Greer, James Don Lexington Physical Ediication Grigg, Donald Wayne Morganton Biology Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2. 3; Men ' s Chorus 3, 4. Hagaman, Millard Cecil Boone Business Education Haigler, Joanne Rockingham Music Homecoming Court 3; College Theatre 2; Choir 1 , 2, 3, 4; Orchestra I, 2. 3; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Col- leges 3; Most Attractive 4. Hampton, Gloria Jean Boone Piano Chorale 3, 4; College Choir 2; Girls ' Glee Club 2. Harmon, Carolyn Cleo Boone Mathematics and Science % Harrington, Frenda Ann . . . Summerf ield English and Social Studies House Council 1, 2; Junior Counselor 3; Student Assistant 3; Appalachian Staff 3, 4 (News Editor 3. 4). Harris, Cleveland, Jr Willis, Va. Elementary Educatimi Transfer from Bridgewater and Radford Colleges, Harris, Dorothy Beard Charlotte Elementary Education House Council 2, 3; National Education Association 3, 4; RHOIX5DENDRON 3, 4 (Business Manager 4); Intramurals 3; Baptist Student Union 1, 2. 3; Mav Court 4. Harris, Roslyn Kay Troy Elementary Education National Education Association 3. Hartsell, Patrick Allen Mt. Holly Biisiytess Education Football 1. 3. 4. Hartsoe, Frances Lutz Maiden Elementary Education National Education Association 4; Library Assistant 1. 2, 3, 4. Havnaer, Donna C Hickory English and Spanish Flying Fish 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2. 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); National Education Association 3, 4; Alpha Chi 3. 4; Junior Counselor 3; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. Hawkins, Reba Yvonne Ferguson English and Social Stttdies Baptist Student Union 1; Young Republicans Club 1, 2, 3 (Treasurer 3); Junior Marshal 3. Hayes, Tommy Mast Millers Creek Social Studies Heath, Anne Hayes Whiteville Elementary Education and Library Science National Education Association 3, 4; Librar ' Science Club 4. Hedrick, Linda Sue Southmont Elementary Education Women ' s Glee Club 3, 4; Appalachian Staff 2; National Education Association 3; Baptist Student Union 4; Baptist Student Union Touring Choir 4; Dean ' s List 3. Helms, Tonita Ann Granite Quarry Social Studies Lutheran Student Association 1, 2; Young Women ' s Christian Association 1; National Education Associa- tion 4; Young Democrats Club 4; Vemician So- ciety 4. Henderson, Kate Nova Mooresville Business Educatimi Transfer from East Carolina; Band 2; Young Wo- men ' s Christian Association 2; ' ernician Society 2. 3, 4; National Education Association 4. Hensley, Dorothy Joyce . . . Lincolnton Social Studies and English Glee Club 1. 2, 3; Library Assistant 2; Pi Gamma Mu 3. 4 (President 4); Intramurals; Chi Lambda Chi 3. 4. Henson, Martha Lewis Sherwood Primary Education HiGBY, Janice Spears Charlotte Home Ecmtomics National Education Association 3, 4; Home Eco- nomics Club 3, 4; Junior Counselor 3; Rhododen- dron Staff 3, 4. Higgins, Bo ' d Anthony .North Wilkesboro Social Studies Intramurals 3, 4. Hill, Chet Candler Elementary Education President of Student Body 4; Student Council 3, 4 (Reporter 3, President 4, Executiye Council 3, 4. Judicial Board 3, 4); Chi Lambda Chi 3, 4 (Vice- President 3, President 3, Executive Council 3); Class President 3; Class Vice-President 2; Collegiate Civic Club 2, 3, 4 (Dietitian 3, Membership Com- mittee 3. 4); Religious Council 2; Dean ' s List; N.S.S.G.A. 3, 4; State Student Legislature 3, 4 (Interim Council 4); Junior Marshal 3; Chief Junior Marshal (Summer School) 3; Student Com- mittee for Popular Programs 3, 4; Ad Hoc Lead- ership Committee 4; 60th Annivei ary Committee; Who ' s Who Re-evaluation Committee 4; Ad Hoc Committee on Student Recognition (Vice-Chair- man); Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges i, 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4; Mr. Appalachian 4. THE SENIOR CLASS 19 6 4 Hilton, Angela Sharon .Okeechobee, Fla. Elementary Education Narional Education Association. Hodges, Mark Waitstel Bnone Business Education Transfer from Wake Forest ColleKe. Hoke, Helen Ruth Hickory Biology and Mathematios National Education Association; Math Club 4 (President); Intramurals; Chi Lambda Chi; Alpha Chi. HoLBROOK, Donna Gay Hays Primary Education National Education Association 3, 4; N.C.E.A. 3. 4; Library Science Club 4; Women ' s Chorus 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans Club 4. HoLCOMBE, Betty Jean Candler Elementary Education Baptist Student Union 1. 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union Touring Choir 1, 2, 4; National Education Association 3, 4; Association of Childhood Educa- tion 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Junior C ounselor 3; Women ' s Glee Club 4. Horton, Judith Lawing Vilas Elementary Education Hough, Barry Eugene Concord Social Studies Houser, Jimmy Gantt Vale Physical Education Playcrafters 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer I, 3. 4; Student Traffic Organization 3, 4; National Education As sociation 4. Hovis, Eunice Mae Maiden Elementary Education Baptist Student Union 1. 2. 3. 4; National EJuca tion Association 3; Junior Marshal; Dean ' s List. Howell, Don Ray Spruce Pine Business Education HoYLE, Mitchell Dan Forest City Biology Young Democrats Club 2; Highland Biologists 3, 4 (Publicity Chairman 4); Beta Beta Beta 3. 4 (Vicc- President 4); Undergraduate Assistant in BinloKV Department 4. Hunter, Ruth Ellen Brevard English The Appalachian 1, 2, 3, 4 (Feature Editor 3, Editor 4); Rhoikjdekdron 1, 2, 3. 4 (C:o-F " eature Editor 4); House Council 1; Dean ' s List 2; Alpha Lambda Sigma 2, 3. 4 (Vice-President 3); Chi Lambda Chi 3, 4; Publications Committee 3. 4; Leadership Committee 4; Student SolmI MLiirs Committee 4; Representative to .-Xsmk i.it d c nll,i;i,iti- Press Conference 3, 4; Student Asmm, nl in I iii;h-.l. Department 3; Who ' s Who Re e alu.itnjii C.mii mittee 4; WTin ' s Who in Amerkaii Uiiiiirsiiics .ni,l Colleges 4. Huskey, Laura Ann Forest City Eletnentary Education National Education Association 4, HusKiNs, Shirlene Frances . . . Bakersville Home Economics Home Economics Club 4; National Education As- sociation 4. Huss, Joyce Kay Vale Primary Education Wesley Foundation 1, 2; Lutheran Student Asso- ciation 3; National Education Association 4. THE SENIOR CLASS • 1964 Hyler, Minnie Price Blowing Rock English Alpha Chi 3, 4. Hyler, William Earl Yanceyville Mathematics Math Club. Irwin, James Ronald Sparta Mathematics and Science IsENHOUR, Joseph William, Jr. . .Concord Physical Edjication and Mathematics Collegiate Civic Club 3, 4: Tennis Team 3. 4; Intramurals. Jackson, Emma Faye Mt. Airy Mathematics and Library Science Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3. 4 (Executive Coun- cil 3, 4); Young Women ' s Christian Association 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Religious Council 3; Glee Club 2. 3, 4; House CouncU 3, 4 (Vice- President 4): Dean ' s List 1, 3; Library Science Club 4. Jackson, Frances C Shelby Mathematics and Science Transfer from Gardner-Webb Junior College; Math Club 3. James, Carol Lou North Wilkesboro Primary Edttcation College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats Club I, 2: National Education Association 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List. Jarrett, Eddie Jo Lin ' ille Elem entary Education Ienkins, Gail Patricia Maiden Elementary Education Vemician Society ' 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Athletic As- sociation 1, 2, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2. Ienkins, Michael Eugene . . .Union, S. C. Mathematics Transfer from Mitchell; Swimming Team 4; Fel- lowship of Christian Athletes 3, 4. Johnson, Alice Lynn Vale Home Econcnnics National Education Association 3, 4; Home Ecu nnmics Club 1, 2, 4. Johnson, Janet Faye Raleigh Spanish Transfer from Pineland Junior College; Women ' s . thletic Association 3, 4; Intramural Sports; Bap- tist Student Union 3, 4; National Education Asso- ciation 4; Spanish Club 4; Scholastic Top Twenty 3; Alpha Chi 3, 4. Johnson, Mary- Frances Lawndale Mathematics and Science National Education Association 4; Math Club 2, 3. 4; Baptist Student Union 1. 2. 3, 4. Johnson, Peggy Sharon Minneapolis Elementary Education National Education Association 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Jones, Grace Marie Asheville English Playcrafters 4; Dean ' s List; National Education As- sociation 3, 4; Library Science Club 4; Baptist Student Union 1. 4. Jones, Hilda Mae Dobson Business Education Phi Beta Lambda 4; Wesley Foundation 4. Justice, Rachel Elaine Union Mills Elementary Education Baptist Student Union 1, 2. 3, 4; National Educa- tion Association 4; Association of Childhood Educa- tion 3; Appalachian Staff 2; Religious Council 4; Glee Club 4; Young Women ' s Association 1, 4. Kanoy, Ronald West ThomasWUe Physical Education and Mathematics Trainer 3, 4; Men ' s " A " Club 3. 4; Junior Mar- shal 3. Karriker, Gayle Anna Kannapolis Biology Monitor 1; National Education Association 4; Bap- tist Student Union 1, 2; Women ' s .Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 2. Kates, Charles Ronald Mica ' ille Physical Educatioti and Mathematics Transfer from . Iars Hill College; Math Club 4; National Education Association 4; Intramural Sports, Keener, Michael Floyd Lincolnton Business Education National Education Association 3: Phi Beta Lambda 4. Kelly, Philip Lehigh Acres, Fla. Music and English Transfer from Mars Hill College; Chorale 3. 4: Men ' s Chorus 3, 4. Kelly, Carolyn Jane Charlotte Mathematics Math Club 3, 4 (X ' ice-Presidenl 3); Rhoix50endrox Staff 4 (Business); Undergraduate Assistant in the Math Department. Kennedy, Robert Lee Batesville, Va. Music Transfer from Ferrum Junior College, Ferrum, Va.; Concert Choir 3, 4; Men ' s Glee Club 3. Kerley, Linda Johnson Hiddenite Biology Beta Beta Beta 3, 4; Alpha Chi 3. 4; Appalachian Chemical Societ ' 4; Honor Teacher 4; Junior Marshal 3; Honors Day 3; Dean ' s List 1. 2. 3, 4; Undergraduate .Assistant in the Chemistr ' Department. Kerley, Lyndell Monroe .... Hiddenite Mathematics Alpha Chi 4; xMath Club 1; Appalachian Chemical Society 4; Junior Marshal 3 (Summer School;; Dean ' s List 2, 3. 4; Undergraduate .-Xssistant in the Chemistry Department. KiLLiAN, Elizabeth Ann Newton Business Education Kimbro, Jack Moore Lowell Elementary Education Transfer from Brevard College; National Educa tion Association 3, 4; .Association of Childhood Education 3, 4; Student Council 4 (Summer School); Student Residence -Association. Kinard, Brenda Carleen Belmont Primary Education Kindley, Barbara Dennis .... Thomasville Elementary Education National Education .Association 3. 4; Dean ' s List 3. KiRBY, Sarah Link Lenoir Elementary Education KisER, Sandra Winslo Concord Primary Education Student Council 2, 3, 4 (Recording Secretary 3, Executive Council 3); V ' emician Socier ' 1. 2. 3, 4 (Secretary 3, 4, Executive Council 3, 4); Women ' s Glee Club 1, 2, 3 (Secretar ' Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, Accompanist 1, 2, 3); National Education Association 2, 3, 4 (Program Chairman 4); Weslev Foundation 1; N.S.S.G.A. 2. 3; State Student Legislature 3; Whos Who in American l niiersities and Colleges 3. 4. Kluttz, Mary Lou Mt. Ulla Elementary Education National Education .Association 2, 3; Rhoixjdendron Staff 2, 3 (Business); Women ' s Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. Knight. Betty Sue Stokesdale Social Suidies Knight, Jill Ann Morganton Primary Education Wesley Foundation 1, 2; N.S.S.G.A. 3; National Education Association 4; State Student Legislature 3; Student Council 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Stu dent Residence Association 2; ' emician Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Hying Fish 1. 2, 3 (Treasurer 2, Vice- President 3); Band 1. 2; Young Women ' s Christian Association 1, 2; Who ' s Who in American Univer- sities and Colleges 3. 4; Junior Marshal 3; Miss Appalachian 4. Knox, James Alexander Mooresville Elementary Ed icatioti Transfer from Mitchell College: Soccer Team 3, 4: Men ' s Chorus 3, 4; Track Team 3, 4. Knox, John Law Bessemer City Social Studies Junior Marshal 3 (Summer School). KoVAcHi, Frances Irene Lenoir Elementary Education National Education Association 3. 4; Junior Mar- shal 3 (Summer SchooH. Kral, Joseph Michael Morganton Physical Education and Socia l Studies Transfer from Berea College; National Education Association 3, 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3. Lackney, Mary Rhyne Statesville Elementary Education Intramural Sports 1; N.C.E.A. 3; Rhododendron Staff 3. 4 (Business). Lamm, Jean Kiser Winston-Salem Mathematics National Education Association 3: Math Club 3. Lancaster, Frances Ann Charlotte Library Science Transfer from Emmanuel College. Franklin Snrings. Ga.; Library Science Club 4; Westminster Fellow- ship 4. Lee, Celia Ann Wilkesboro English and French Appalachian Staff 3. 4; French Club 2. 3. 4; National Education Association 3. 4; Literary So- ciety 3, 4; Dean ' s List 2, 3. Lee, John William Newport, Tenn. Physical Education and Social Studies Baseball 1. 2; Basketball 1. 2: Men ' s " A " Club 2. Lefler, Carolyn Diane Albemarle Elementary Edtication National Education Association 2. 3; ' ernician Society I, 2. 3; .Association of Childhood Educa- tion 3; Young Women ' s Christian .Association I. 2, 3: Junior Marshal (Summer School 2). Leigh, James Houston Concord Social Studies Transfer from Wingate Junior College; Intramurals 3, 4; National Education Association 3, 4; Base ball 3, 4; Men ' s " A " Club 4; Men ' s Chorus 4. Lentz, Larry Edward Concord Business Education Phi Beta Lambda 1, 2. 3, 4 (Parliamentarian 1, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3. President 4); Colle- giate Civic Club 2. 3. 4 (Secretarv- 3); Chi Lambda Chi 4; Student Council 4 (Recording Secretary). Lentz, Myrtle Jean China Grove Physical Education and Social Studies Women ' s .Athletic .Association 1; Intramural Coun- cil 1; Lutheran Student .Association 1. 2, 3, 4; Religious Council 4; Intramurals 3, 4. Lesley, Deula Eunice Matthews English Lett, John Allen, Jr Boone Spanish and French Baptist Student Union 1. 2. 3. 4 (Junior Council 1, Executive Council 3, 4. Forum Chairman 3. 4. Religious Council Representative 4. Summer School Council Extension Chairman 4. Sunday School President 2. 3. Touring Choir 1. 2. 3, 4); Religious Council 4 (Vice-President. President); Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 2, President 3); French Club 4; Marching Band 1. 2. 3; Concert Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Varsity Band 3; .Appatones 2, 3; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4;Alpha Chi 3. 4; Pi Delia Phi 3, 4; Collegiate Civic Club 3, 4 (Chaplain 3); Who ' s Who in Americati Universities and Colleges 4; Junior Marshal 3 (Summer School); Honor Teacher 4. Lewis, Carol Jane Red Springs Elementary Education National Education .Association 4; Modem Dance 1; Christmas Court 2. THE SENIOR CLASS • 1964 Lewis, Phillip Earl Jefferson Social Studies Intramuials 1, 2, 3, 4 (Football, 1; Basketball. Softball 1, 2, 3, 4); Dean ' s List 2; Appalachian StaJE 1. Linker, Bettye Hembree Belmont English and French Appalachian Staff; Modem Dance Club (Publicit Chairman); Varsouvianna; Glee Club; French Club; Westminster Fellowship. LiPE, Priscilla Kay Landis English National Education .Association 3, 4. Little, James Frank Warrensville Social Studies Lockwood, Sarah Ellen Charlotte Mathematics and Biology Math Club 1. 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3); House Council 1, 2. 3 (Secretar - 1); Student Council 4; Vemician Societ ' 2, 3, 4 ( ' ice-President 3. Presi- dent 4); School Council 3; National Education Association 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3. 4 (Executive Council 4); Appalachian Staff 4; IDios Who in American Universities and Colleges 4. Long, Edward Gary Jonesville Physical Education and Social Studies Long, John Robert Cornelius Mathematics Dorm Counselor 3. LowDER, Edward L Norwood Business Education Intramurals 1, 2 (Softball, Basketball); National Education Association 4; Phi Beta Lambda 4. LowERY, Richard Wells Shelby Business Education Phi Beta Lambda. Lukaszewski, Joseph Anthony Brick Tov n, N. J. Physical Education Soccer 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); Track 1. 2. 3, 4 (Captain 3); Wrestling 2, 3; Flying Fish 2; Men ' s " A " Club 2. 3, 4. Lynch, Larry ' Wayne Lebanon, Va. Instrumental Music Baptist Student Union Touring Choir 1: Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; .Appatoncs 2, 3; Chess aub 1. Lynn, Willie Lou Durham Elementary Education Math Club 1; Women ' s Glee Club 4; Dean ' s List 3. 4. Lytton, Jack Brown . . Surgoinsville, Tenn. Physical Education Men ' s " A " Club 3, 4 (Chaplain 3); Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3, 4 (President 3); Basket ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Friendliest 4. McCasi IN, Jo Anne Newton Business Education National Education Association 3; Vemician So- ciety 3, 4; Appalachian Staff 3, 4 (Circulation Manager 4); Business Club 4; Christmas Court 3; Co-ed of the Year 4; May Court (May Queen) 4. McClure, David Frank . . . .Lyman, S. C. Social Studies THE SENIOR CLASS • 1964 iV ' ' " " ' McCoRKLE, Glenn Samuel . . China Grove Biology and Science Intramural Basketball; Canterbury Club I . McCuRDY, James Clifford . . . Taylorsville Physical Education and Social Studies Young Democrats Club 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Soccer 1. 2. 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 3, 4; " Yosef " 4; Most Popular 4. McDaniel, Meredith Katherine Caroleen Elementary Education McGhee, S. Elaine Jonesville Mathematics and Social Studies Math Club 4; National Education Association 3, 4. McGuire, Nancy Jane Robbinsville Elementary Education National Education Association 3. 4; House Coun cil 3. McLean, Claudia Moss Charlotte Elementary Education Association of Childhood Education 2, 3 (Secre tary 2, President 3); Chi Lambda Chi 3 (Execu- tive Council 3); House Council 2. 3 (Vice-Presi- dent 3); Student Residence Association 3; Dean ' s List; Vernician Society- 2. 3, 4; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 3, 4. McNeely, Lanny Lee Hickory Physical Education and Social Studies Appalachian Staff 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Stu dent Council 2; Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4; Stu- dent Committee for Popular Programs 3. McNeill, Joyce Elaine Wilkesboro English McRae, Barbara Anne Peachland Elementary Education House Council 1; Women ' s Glee Club 4; Dean ' s List 3. 4. Madden, Herbert Courtney . . . .Gastonia Social Studies National Education Association: Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4. Malcolm, Joan Neill Mooresville Business Education X ' ernician Society 2, 3. 4 (Treasurer 3, 4); Na- tional Education Association 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Student Council 4; Women ' s Glee Club 3; House Council 4. Mann, Sharon Ramona Durham Primary Education Wesley Foundation I; National Education Associa- tion 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 4. Maristany, Frank Thomas ...Miami, Fla. Social Studies and Spanish Student Council 2. 3, 4 (Treasurer 2, 3): Spanish Club 2. 3, 4 (Vice-President 2, 3); Alpha Chi 3, 4: Collegiate Civic Club 2. 3, 4 (Treasurer 2. 3); Religious Council 2; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3. 4; Representative to North State Student Government Association 2; Representative to Com- mittee of Better North Carolina 2; Chief Junior Marshal 3; French Club 4; Dean ' s List 1. 2. 3. 4; Who ' s Who in Amt-ricm, llnivi-rsities and Colleges 3, 4; Most Valuable 4; Most Intellectual 4. Martin. Judith Carole Spray Social Studies Cheerleader 4; National Education Association 4. Matthews, Carolyn Frances .... Hamlet Business Education Transfer from Chowan College; Appalachian Staff 3; Future Business Leader of America 4; Baptist Student Union 2, 3. Mauldin, Donna Thomson . . .Kannapolis Primary Education Westminster Fellowship 1; Library Science Club 3, 4; Christmas Court 2; May Court 3. Mayberry, Patricia Joe Micaville Btisiness Education Glee Club 3; National Education Association 3; Phi Beta Lambda 3. Mayhew, Mary Evelyn Lenoir Physical Education Transfer from U.N.C. at G.; Varsity Volleyball 3; National Education Association 4; Women ' s Ath- letic Assoication 2, 3. 4. Melchor, Carolyn Childress . . .Linwood Elementary Education Wesley Foundation; House Council 2; Junior Counselor 3; National Education Association 3. 4; Women ' s Chorus 2; Dean ' s List. Messick, Patsy Marlene Harmony Engljsli Women ' s Glee Club 2; National Education Asso- ciation 3, 4. Metcalfe, Harold Van Shelby Physical Education Miller, Beverly Kav Trinity Library Science Library Science Club 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1; National Education Association 4. Miller, Louise B Elk Park Elementary Education Campfire Girls 1; Whitehall Club 1, 2, 3; Appalachian Staff 1; Playcrafters 2; Majorette 1, 2, 3; Young Women ' s Christian Association 1, 2, 3; Women ' s Glee Club 1, 2. 3; Canterbury Club 4; Baptist Student Union 4; College Choir 4. Milstead, Margaret Faye . . . . Taylorsville Elementary Education Transfer from Mars Hill; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; National Education Association 3, 4; House Council 3. Minter, Helen Gail Newport Elementary Education House Council 1 ; Student Residence Association 1, 2; Women ' s Clxorus 2; National Education As- sociation 4; Dorm President 4; Baptist Student Union I . Mitchell, Phyllis Anne Durham Elementary Education Baptist Student Union 1, 2. 3, 4; National Educa tion Association 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 3; Women ' s Glee Club 3. Moore, Janet Marlene Raleigh English Moore, Judith Gail Concord Elementary Education Transfer from Immaculata Junior College, Wash- ington, D. C; Newman Club 3, 4; National Edu- cation Association 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Appalachian Staff 3, 4 fBusiness Manager 4); Vernician Society 3, 4; Representative to Associated Collegiate Press Conference 4. Moore, Kenny C Lenoir Social Studies Moore, Lloyd Hoke Black Mountain English and Speech Playcrafters 1, 2; Varsouvianna 1; Debate 1. 2: Wesley Foundation 1, 2. 3, 4; Appalachian Staff 2, 3; National Education Association 3; French Club 1; Dean ' s List. Moore, Martha Ann Valdese Elementary Education Women ' s Glee Club 1; National Education Associa- tion 3, 4 (Publicity Chairman 4): Vernician So- ciety 3, 4 (Publicity Chairman 4). Moore, Sarah Jeanette Lenoir Primary Education and Library Science National Education .Association 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 3, 4 (Projects Chairman 4); Library Science Club 2. 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Dean ' s List 1, 3, 4. Moore, Shirley Ann Swannanoa Biology Junior Counselor 3; Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4 (Sec- retary-Treasurer 4); Library Science Club 1, 2, 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2; Young Women ' s Christian Association I ; Rhoixjdendron Staff 4. % ' MoRETz, Annette Cajuugan . . Mooresville Elementary Education Library Science Club 1, 2, 3; National Education Association 4; Young Women ' s Christian Associa- tion 4; Junior Marshal 3. MoRETZ, Barbara Jane Boone Business Ediicatimt Morgan, Barbara Anne Candler Elementary Edxication Transfer from Asheville-Biltmore. MoRiN, Theresa Alice Dracut, Mass. French Transfer from Salem State College, Mass.; Newman Club 2; Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Athletic .Association 2; Intramurals 2, 3; Glee Club 3, 4: National Education Association 4. Morrow, Wayne B Black Mountain Physical Educatioft Transfer from .Asheville-Biltmore; Intramurals; Appalachian Staff 3. Mullen, Beverly Lingle Faith French and English .Assembly Chairman 1, 2; French Club I, 2. 3. 4 (Vice-President 4); Junior Marshal (Summer School) 3. Myers, George Herbert Candor Business Education Neal, Barbara Dianna . . . Kings Mountain Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2. 3, 4 (Vice President i. President 4); Rhododendron Staff 3; National Education Association 2, 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4 (Secretar - 4); Student Residence Association 3; N.C.H.E.A. 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who in American Unii ' ersities and CoUeges 4. Neal, Judith Louise Marshville French French Club 1. 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3); House Council I; Baptist Student Union 1. 2. 3, 4; Baptist Student Union Touring Choir 1, 2; Na- tional Education Association 2, 3. 4; Women ' s Glee Club 3, 4. Newby, Patrick Gail High Point Elementary Education National Education Association 2, 3. 4; Appalachian Staff 2, 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 2, 3, 4. Newlin, Barbara Lynn . .Greenville, S. C. Library Science and Social Studies House Council I; Apimlachian Staff 2. 3, 4 (Lay- Out Editor 4); Rhododendron Staff 2. 3, 4 (Co Feature Editor 4); Alpha Lambda Sigma 3, 4. Nichols, Betsy Jewell Deep Gap French and Spanish French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretar ' 2); House Council 1; President of Locust Hall 3; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4 (Corresponding Secretarv- 3); Junior Counselor 3; Student Residence .Association 3; Na tional Education .Association 3, 4. Oglesby, Margaret Ann Mt. Holly Physical Education and Biology Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 (Chief 4); Women ' s Athletic .Association 1. 2, 3, 4; Vemician Society 2, 3. 4; House CouncU 2, 3: National Education Asso ciation 4; Intramurals 1, 2 (Basketball); Chi Lambda Chi 4; Most Athletic Girl 4. Overbay, Larry Douglas .... Granite Falls Mathematics and Chemistry Chemistry Club 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4. Owen, Mary Grace Seagrove Elementary Education National Education Association 4; Association oF Childhood Education 4; Women ' s Glee Club 1, 2; Young Women ' s Christian Association 4 (Vice- President 4, President 4); Chi Lambda Chi 4; Rtpresentative to the Religious Council 4. Padgette, Peggy Elizabeth . . . . Statesville Physical Education Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; Women ' s Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 4; National Education -Association 4. Page, Kenneth Ray Cherrwille Mathematics Transfer from Western Carolina; Baptist Student Union 3. 4; Church Related Vocations Club 4 (President 4). Pardue, Helen Sue Ronda Business Education Phi Beta Lambda 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); National Education Association 4. THE SENIOR CLASS • 1964 Parker, Robert Cunton Conover Music Education and Piano Class Treasurer 4; Playcrafters 2, 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 2, 3; Director of Men ' s Chorus 3, 4; Chorale 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra; Music Educator ' s Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 3): Dean ' s List 1. 3; College Theater 1, 2. Parsons, Bruce David Lenoir Biology Wrestling 2, 3. Patterson, Luster Carroll Greenwood, Ky. Mathematics Transfer from Cumberland Collegei Math Club 4; Student Assistant in Math Department 3. Payne, Frank Mast, Jr Boone Business Education Student Council 3, 4 (Judicial Branch 3. Execu tive Branch 4); School Council 3, 4: Off Campus Student Association 3 (Officer): Student Residence Association 3; Collegiate Civic Club 3. 4 (Vice- President 3, President 4); Wesley Foundation 3. 4 (Summer President 3); Phi Beta Lambda 3. 4; National Education Association 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Dean ' t List; Who ' s Who in American Uni versities and Colleges. Pearson, Gerald Underwood Upperville, Va. English Pennell, Jasper Dennis Lenoir English Dean ' s List; National Education Association; N.C.E.A.; Appalachian Staff. Philbeck, Nan Melton Avondale Elementary Education National Education Association 4. Phillips, Janice Evelyn Newton Elementary Education Band 1, 2, 3; Wesley Foundation I. 2. 3, 4; National Education Association 3, 4; Women ' s Chorus 4. PiTTMAN, Patricia Ann Laurinburg English French Club 1, 2; Rhoix dexdron Staff 2; National Education Association 1, 2. 3; Vemician Society 1, 2, 3; Student Council 3 (Executive Reporter 3, Judiciary 3 " ); May Court 3; Co-ed of the Month (January) 3; Wesley Foundation 2, 3; Westminster Fellowship 1 (Officer 1); Vernicians (President 4); Christmas Court 4; May Court 4 (Maid of Honor). Plotts, Hollice H Coral Gables, Fla. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; F.,ntl,,,n I; Tni,.. murals (Football, Softball) 1. 2. 3; ,,iiMn,,l I In cation Association 1, 2; Undergr.itin.nr Xssisiim in Industrial Arts Department; U i ' , W (., ni American Universities and Colleges 4. Poole, Rebekah Jane High Point Biology and Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3; National Education .Association 4. Powell, Fred Allen Boone Social Studies Powell, Joyce Ann Morganton Elementary Education Women ' s Athletic .Association; Intramurals; .Asso- ciation of Childhood Education: National Educa- tion Association; Women ' s Glee Club. Powell, Judith Kay Valdese Primary Education National Education Association 3; Baptist Student Union 1. 2, 3. Powers, Gail DeAnn Charlotte Primary Education Westminster Fellowship 1: Playcrafters 3, 4; Na tional Education Associatitm 3, 4. THE SENIOR CLASS • 1964 Price, Judith Springs Charlotte Elementary Education National Education Association 1; Westminster Fel lowship 1. Price, Mildred Marie Mill Spring Social Studies Transfer from Gardner-Webb Junior College; Na- tional Education Association 4; Young Democr ats Club 4. Pritckard, Janice J Morganton Elementary Education House Council 1; Math Club 1, 2; Glee Club; National Education Association. Pritchett, Patricia Ann Banner Elk Primary Educatio i PuETT, Barbara Diane Morganton Elementary Education Association of Cbildhood Education 3; House Coun- cil 3, 4; National Education Association 4; Women ' s C;lee Club 3, 4. Putnam, Laura Kathryn Lawndale Primary Education Women ' s Glee Club 3, 4; National Education As- sociation 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; House Council 3. Putnam, Wallace McBride .New Market Chemistry .Appalachian Chemical Society 3, 4 (Treasurer 4). Ramsey, Margaret Carolyn Boone Primary Education Ratchford, Brenda Sue Gastonia Elementary Education Librar ' Assistant 2, 3. 4; Religious Council 3; Lutheran Student Association. Ratchford, Howard Don, Jr. McAdcnvillc Physical Education and Social Studies Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Collegiate Civic Club 2, 3, 4; Lutheran Student Association 2, 3, 4; Repre- sentative to Religious Council 3; Young Repub- licans Club 3. Rector, Gladys Louise Andrews Library Science Library Science Club; Modern Dance Club; Bap tist Student Union. Reid, James G Boone Physical Education Iransfer from Mitchell College; Collegiate Civic tluh 3. 4 (Sergeant at Arms 3. 4); Physical Hiiucatitm Assistant 3, 4; Cafeteria Staff 3, 4; Extension Department Student Driver 3; Nevvland Hall Council 3; Freshman Orientation Committee 3. 4. Reid, Linda Lee Statesville Primary Education Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2; National Teachers Association 3, 4. Reinhardt, Eloise Rosalind Raleigh Primary Education Transfer from Lenoir Rhyne College; National Education .Association 4; Lutheran Student Asso- ciation 4; House Council 4; Association of Child- hood Education 4; College Choir 4. Reuter, Paul Henry Savannah, Ga. Social Studies Transfer from Concordia Teachers College, Se- ward, Neb.; Men ' s Chorus i; Newland Hall Chorus 2; Baseball 3, 4. Reynolds, Arcy Mae Wilkesboro Elementary Education and Biology Rhinehart, David Allen Madison Biology Rhoades, Lee North Wilkesboro Elementary Education National Education Association 3, 4; Alpha Chi 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4. Rhoney, Carolyn Nancy Vale Elementary Education House Council 2; Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Wesley Foun- dation 1, 2, 3, 4; National Education Associa- tion 3, 4. Rhoney, Jerry Dean Vale Elementary Education Transfer from Wingate; International Relations Club 3, 4 (Publicity Chairman 4); National Edu- cation Association 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. Rhyne, Alvin Herman ....Bessemer City Social Studies Richardson, Jim A North Wilkesboro Physical Education and Social Studies Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; All Tournament Basketball (Second Team) 1; All Conference Basketball (Hon- orable Mention) 2; Most Valuable Player (Basket- ball) 2; Men ' s " A " Club 1, 2, 3. 4 (President 3, 4); Chi Lambda Chi 3, 4; Class Vice-Presi- dent 4. Ricker, Diane Ruth West Asheville Business Education Transfer from AshevUIe-Biltmore; House Council 3, 4; National Education Association 3, 4. Rivers, Carolyn Louise Waynesville Library Science Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2. 3. 4; Library Science Club 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 1. 2-. Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3. Roberts, Burnace Walton .... Asheville Social Sttidies Transfer from Asheville-Biltmore; National Edu cation Association 4. Roberts, Freda L Lansing Business Education Robinson, Robert Franklin . . . .Charlotte Mathematics National Education Association; Wesley Founda tion; Religious Council. Rollins, Robert Douglas West Caldwell, N. J. Business Education Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2; Men ' s " A " Club 2, 3, 4. Rose, Jacquelyn Lee Spruce Pine Primary Education National Education Association 2; Young Women ' s Association 4; Baptist Student Union 4. Ross, Martha Lila Wingate English and French Transfer from Wingate; French Club i. 4; Baptist Student Union 3, 4 (Music Chairman 3. 4). Royall, Hardin Joseph, Jr. . . Roaring Gap Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4. Royall, Sylvia Sue Boone English Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3. Royster, Abbie Jane Cherryville Physical Education Transfer from Brevard; Women ' s Athletic Associa lion; Intramurals; Drill Team; House Council. In ' ,S Rymer, Joyce Elaine Asheville Music Transfer from U.N.C. at G.; Chorale 3; Women ' s Glee Club 3; Alpha Psi Omega 3; Playcrafters 3. Sacrinty ' , Sandra Gail Reidsville Prinmry Education Women ' s Glee Club 2, 3; Rhododendron Staff 2; National Education Association 4; N.C.E.A. 4; Young Women ' s Christian Association 2. Sarti, Jacqueline Delores Black Mountain Business Educatimi National Education Ass ociation 4; Business Club 4; Rhododendron Staff (Business) 4. Satterfield, Lawrence Lee Boone Physical Educatiott and Social Studies Baseball 1; Soccer 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3 (Vice-President 2, 3 ); Collegiate Civic Club 3, 4; Student Council 4. Sauls, Catherine Lorraine Apex Business Education Wesley Foundation 1; Rhododendron Staff 2; Women ' s Chorus 2; Phi Beta Lambda 1. 2, 3. 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4. Saunders, Margaret Lois Lenoir English Baptist Student Union I; French Club 2, 3; Appalachian Staff 2; National Education Associa- tion 4. Savage, Priscilla Joyce Spray Primary Ediicatioti and hihrary Science Association of Childhood Education 1, 2, 3, 4 (Social Chairman 3); Playcrafters 2. 3, 4 (Co- Editor of Plm ' hill 3, 4); Librar - Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Librar - Assistant 2, 3. 4; Student Resi- dence -Association 3: President of Lovill 3; House Council 3; Rhododendron Staff 2, 3, 4 (Class Editor 4); Fine Arts Festival Committee 3; Student Social Affairs Committee 3; Dean ' s List 1. 2, 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3. 4 (Secretary-Treasurer 4); WboS Who in American l wiv ' rsities and Colleges 4. Sehastian, Donald Gene Spencer Business Edtication and Social Studies Phi Beta Lambda 1, 2. 3, 4; National Education Association 4. Sechrest, Dona L Pilot Mountain Business Education National Education Association 3, 4; Baptist Stu- dent Union 1, 2; Phi Beta Lambda 2. 3; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4 (Secretary 4); May Court 3. Secrest, Eunice Joanne Drexel French and English Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2. 3, 4 (Reporter 2, Secretary- 3); Orchestra I, 2, 3. 4; Pi Delta Phi 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3. 4; French Club 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Spanish Club 4; Junior Counselor; Junior Marshal; Foreign Language Laborator ' Assistant 2. 3, 4. Seegers, Nancy Jane Charlotte Elementary Education Baptist Student Union; Religious Council. Sentelle, Charlotte Ann Brevard Spanish and English Transfer from Brevard College; Baptist Student Union 3, 4; Spanish Club 3. 4; National Education Setzer, Barbara Campbell Catawba Pri»n iry Education Shearin, Nancy Delane Nashville Business Education House Council 1; National Education Association 1; V ' arsouvianna 2; Westminster Fellowship 2, 3. 4 (Historian 3, Vice-President 4); Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Chi Lambda Chi 4; Honor Teaching. Sheffield, Lynda Colvard Hudson Elementary Education Shepherd, Donna Gail Deep Gap Elementary Education Shepherd, Patricia Carole .... Deep Gap Eletnentary Education National Education .Association. Shoemake, Ezelle Elaine Boone Business Education THE SENIOR CLASS • 1964 Shook, Helen Joyce Banner Elk French French Club 2, 3; Librar ' Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4. Shuford. Ellen Annette Lincolnton English and French Playcrafters 2, 3; Women ' s Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Literary ' Society 3, 4; Rhododendron Staff 4; House CouncU ' 1. SiBERT, Peggy Beal Lincolnton Primary Education Women ' s Choras; Chorale; Modem Dance Club; Rhododendron Staff; N.C.E.A. Sides, Brenda Gail Moores ' ille English and French Rhododendron Staff 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Pi Delta Phi 3, 4; Young ' W omen ' s Christian Association 2, 3, 4 CPresident 3); Alpha Chi 3, 4; Religious Council 3; Student Residence Association 3, 4 CSecretarv 4); Chi Lambda Chi 3: Dean ' s List 1, 2. 3, 4; Vice-President of East Hall 3. Simmons, George Matthew, Jr. . . Newton Biology and Science Science Club 2, 3, 4 (President 3, 4); Beta Beta Beta 3, 4 (President 4); Chi Lambda Chi 3, 4; Vice-President Southeastern Regional District of Beta Beta Beta 4; Dormitory Staff 2; President Justice Hall 3; Student Residence Association 2. Simmons, Mollie Jane Granite Falls Elementary Education Transfer from Mars Hill College; National Educa- tion Association 4. Singleton, William Edward . . . .Candler English and History French Club 1. 2; Student Christian Union 2; National Education .Association 4. Sink, Ann iMcGary Robbins Elementary Education Baptist Student Union 1, 2 (President of Junior Council); Association of Childhood Education 3. 4; National Education Association 4; Glee Club 3, 4; House Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Library .Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 3, 4. Sink, Charles William Boone Chemistry CoUegiate Civic Club 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Club I, 2. 3, 4 (Vice-President 45; Lutheran Student Association 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4); Junior Marshal 3; Student Council (Summer School); Wlio ' . Who in American Uiiiversilies and Colleges 4. Sipe, Daryll Tony Maiden Biology and General Science Science Club; Men ' s " A " Club. Skreen, Danell Ethel R(x:kingham Elementary Education College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; National Education .Asso- ciation 4; House Council 3; Cheerleading 3; May Court 2; Homecoming Court 3; Vemician Society 3, 4. Smart, James Graham Gastonia Mathematics Transfer from University of North Carolina, Ca- tawba, and Belmont Abbey; Math Club 3, 4; Men ' s Chorus 3. Smith, Carol Joyce State Road Library Science Library Science Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4. Smith, Dwight Wayne Easley, S. C. Physical Education Appalachian Staff 3; Track Team 3; Intramurals 4. Smith, Edna Natalie Mocksville Primary Education National Education Association 2, 3; International Relations Club 2; Women ' s Glee Club 2, 3; Bap- tist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean ' t List 3. THE SENIOR CLASS • 1964 Smith, Faynita Grace Elk Park Elementary Educatimi Transfer from Lees McRae College; Baptist Student Union 3, 4. Smith, Janice Ari,een Charlotte Biology Spanish Club 4; Highland Biologists 4. Smith, Johnny Ashley Newland Business Education Pi Omega Pi 3. 4; Phi Beta Lambda 4. Smith, Kenneth Kirk Concord Mathematics Collegiate Civic Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 3); Pi Gamma Mu 3. 4; Alpha Chi 4; Scholarship Recognition Dav 2, 3; National Education Asso- ciation 3. 4; Intramural Football 3; Junior Marshal 3; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Co(- leges 4. Smith, Martha Lillian Linwood Physical Education ayid Social Studies Band 1, 2, 3: Young Women ' s Auxiliary 1, 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union I. 2. 3, 4; Physical Education Assistant; Women ' s Athletic Association 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2. 3, 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 4 (Executive Council); Drill Team 3; House Council 1, 2, 3. Smith. Thomas Cleveland Greenville, S. C. Physical Education Appalachian Staff 3; National Education Associa- tion 3; Intramurals 4. Smith, Virginia Gail Fletcher Sociid Studies Transfer from Emmanuel College; College Choir 3. Smoot, Martha Reece Salisbury Elementary Education and Library Science Playcratters 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3); Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3); Library Science Club 2. 3, 4 (President 4); House Council 3; Dean ' s List 3; Chi Lambda Chi 4. Smosky, Jerry Northport, N. Y. Biology Intramurals (Football, Softball); Undergraduate Assistant in Biology 3, 4. Snyder, William Robert . .Winston-Salem Social Studies Spainhour, Betty Carol Morganton Elementary Education National Education Association 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Glee Club 3; Dean ' s List 1, 3; Westminster Fel- lowship 1; Baptist Student Union 2, 3, 4. Sparks, Kenny Ross Micaville Mathematics and Science National Education Association; Math Club. Sparks, Sara Jane Gastonia Primary Education Library Science Club 3. 4; Lutheran Student As- sociation 1, 2, 3. 4 (President 3); National Edu- cation Association 3. 4; Religious Council 3. Spencer, Bertha Sirona North Wilkesboro Primary Education Transfer from Winthrop College; National Educa- tion Association. Spicer, Christine Thurmond Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, Reporter 4); Baptist Student Union 1; National Education Association 3, 4; N.C.H.E.A. Delegate 3. Strange, James Cuttino . . .Sumter, S. C. Physical Education and Social Studies Transfer from St. Andrews Presbyterian College; National Education Association 3; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4; Track Team 3; Baseball Team 4: Weslev Foundation 3, 4; Intramurals 3. 4. Starr, Linda Merlyn Maiden Elementary Education and Lihrary Science Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4 (Executive Council 2, 3, 4); Women ' s Glee Club 2, 3. 4; Junior Counselor 3; National Education Association 3; Library- Science Club 4, Starr, Marilyn Deanna Maiden Mathematics and Science Alpha Chi 3. 4; Appalachintt Staff 1, 2; Chemistry Club 1, 2. Stephens, Geraldine Bolton Mathenuitics and Science Math Club I, 2. 3. 4; National Education Asso- ciation 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Rhoixjdeni ron Staff 3. Stroup, Martha Ann Shelby Biology and Physical Education Transfer from Gardner-Webb Junior College; Rhododendron Staff 3; Women ' s -Athletic Asso- ciation 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 3, 4; Intra- murals 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3. SwAiM, Lloyd Gerald High Point Physical Education Soccer; Wrestling; Track; Men ' s " A " Club; Na- tional Education Association; Intramurals; Men ' s Intramural Council (President). Tate, Bobby James Gastonia Industrial Arts Industrial , rts Club 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Football I; Intramurals (Softball, Football); National Edu- cation Association 3, 4; Junior Marshal. Taylor, Arthur M Candler Elementary Education Transfer from Asheville-Biltmore; Collegiate Civic Club 3, 4 (Secretary 4); National Education Asso- ciation 4. Teague, Eloise Boone Mathematics and Spanish Temples, Clarence Edwin . .AltaVista, Va. Music Transfer from Ferrum Junior College; Concert Choir 3, 4. Tennant, Edith Jane Charlotte Elementary Education Transfer from Wingate Junior College; Baptist Stu dent Union 3. 4. Terry, Daphne E West Jefferson Elementary Education Baptist Student Union 3, 4; National Education Association 4. Thompson, Mildred Turner . .Greensboro Elementary Education Orchestra 1, 2; Band 1; Modern Dance 3; House Council 2. Thompson, Sam Norton Newland Industrial Arts Industrial -Arts Club 1. Thompson, Wayne Parks Landis Business Education Swimming Team I; Fine Arts Festival Committee 3; Playcrafters 1, 3, 4; Business Club 4. Thornburg, Brenda Ann Shelby Elementary Edticatimt Thornhill, William James Boone Business Education Student Council 4 (Vice President 4, Executive Branch 4. Judicial Board 4); School Council 4; Collegiate Civic Club 2, 3. 4 (President 3. Most Valuable Member 3); Veteran ' s Club 1. 2; Faculty Student Committee on Student Leadership Organi- zation 4, Junior Representative to Student Com- mittee for Popular Programs 3 (Treasurer 3); Junior Marshal 3; Intramurals 1. 2, 3. 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; Delegate to North State Student Government Meeting 3; Chi Lambda Chi 3, 4 (Vice President 3); Phi Beta Lambda 3, 4 (State President 4, Vice-President 4); Pi Omega Pi 3. 4 (President 4); Who ' s Who Re-evaluation Com mittee 3; Who ' s Who in Anuiricim Universities ami Colleges 4; Most Likely to Succeed 4. Tickle, Thomas Richard McCain Business Education Football 1. 2, 3, 4; Men ' s " A " Club. TiNSLEY, Linda Lou Brevard Elementary Education Transfer from Brevard Junior College; Vemician Society 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 3, 4; National sociation 4; Association of Childhood ToNEY, C. Grace EUenboro English and Spanish Scholarship Recognition Day I; House Council 1, 3 (Secretary I); Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 4; Baptist Student Union Touring Choir 1; Debating Union 2; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; National Educa- tion Association 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3); AppaJachmn Staff 3; Library Science Club 4; Plavcraflers 4; Alpha Chi 3, 4; Junior Marshal 3; Dean ' s List; Who ' s Who in Ameriam Universities and Colleges 4. Triplett, Harold Dean . North Wilkesboro Business Education Intramurals 3 (Softball); Soccer Team 2; Men ' s Chorus 3; Phi Beta Lambda 3; Young Democrats Club 4. Trivette, Judy Kay Elk Park Elementary Education Band; National Education Association; Baptist Stu- dent Union. Trousdell, Alan Boyd Franklin, Va. Chemistry Chemistr - Club 3, 4. Troutman, Kathey Isabel Mt. Holly Elementary Education National Education Association 4. Tune, Linda Eleanor Morganton Mathematics and English Math Club 3. 4; National Education Association 3, 4: Young Women ' s Christian Association 1. TuRMAN, Brenda Jean Mooresville English and Library Science Tran-sfer from Mitchell College; National Educa tion Association 3; N.C.E.A. 3; Librari- Science Club 3; Appalachian Staff 2; Rhododendron Staff 2, 3; Glee Club 3. Umberyer, Marion Kent .Wytheville, Va. Industrial Arts and Physical Education FootbaU. Vaden, Linda Gail Reidsville Primary Education House President 4; Junior Counselor 3; House Council 1, 4; Student Residence .Association 4; National Education .Association 3, 4 (Social Chair- man 4); Association of Childhood Education 1, 3; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4 (Executive Council 4); Religious Council 3, 4; Glee Club 1. 3, 4; Women ' s .Athletic Association 2; Dean ' s List. ' an Dyke, Jerry Lee Forest City Business Education Transfer from Gardner-Webb Junior College; Na- tional Education .Association 3. 4; Phi Beta Lambda 4; Intramurals 3, 4. ' an Hoy, Charles Kay Walkertown P t ' S!cfl! Editcatioti Van Orden, Gregory William Butler, New Jersey Bttsiness Education Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2; Baseball 1; Men ' s " A " Club 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Most Athletic Boy 4, Vaughn, Jerry W Boone Social Studies Young Democrats Club I; Flying Fish 1. V ' aughn, Joyce Carver Cherr Tille Elementary Educatioti Wesley Foundation 1; House Council 1; Student Wives Club 4; .Appalachian Staff 4. Vaughn, Stephen Reginald .... Flat Rock Elementary Education ' irgil, Andrew Joseph . . .Roseland, N. J. Business Educaticm Pi Omega Pi 2, 3. 4; President of Newland Hall 3; House Council 2; Junior Marshal 3; Men ' s " A " Club; Student Residence Association 3; Re- ligious Council 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot- ball Manager 2, 3. 4. Waldrop, Freda Carolyn Asheville Elementary Education Transfer from AshevUle-BUtmore; Baptist Student Union 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 4. THE SENIOR CLASS • 1964 Walker, Frances Eli n Charlotte Primary Education Transfer from SuUins College; Association of Child- hood Education 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 3. 4. Walker, Nancy Louise Lenoir English Women ' s Athletic Association 2. 4: Women ' s In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Appalachian Staff 1. 2, 3, 4 (Sports Editor 3. Associate Editor 4); National Education Association 4; Baptist Student Union 1; Women ' s Glee Club 1, 4; Representative to -AJssociated Collegiate Press Conference 3. Walker, Rachel Brady Lowell English National Education Association 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Literary Society 3, 4; Appalachian Staff I. 2, 3, 4; Rhododendron Staff 2; Baptist Student Union 1. Wall, Leslie Douglas . . .Winston-Salem Mathematics and. Social Studies Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4; Men ' s " A " Club 2, 3, 4. Wallace, William L Boone English Debating Union I, 2. 4; National Education As- sociation 2; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3. 4; Scholarship Recognition Day 3; Alpha Chi 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Pi Gamma Mu 3. 4; Phi Kappa Delta 2. 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, President 4); Junior Marshal 3. Walls, Bonnie Lynn Landis Mathematics and Science National Education Association 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 1. 2. 3, 4 (Chief 4). Ward, Michael Ray Shelby Social Studies Warden, Joyce Ann Sparta Elementary Education National Education Association 4; Voung Women ' s Christian Association 3, 4. Ware, Martha Lou Kings Mountain Primary Education Association of Childhood Education 2, 3; National Education Association 3; Rhododendron Staff 2 (Business). Washburn, Joseph Daniel Marion Industrial Arts Transfer from Warren A ' ilson Junior College. Watts, Carole Lea Wilkesboro French French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; National Education .Associa- tion 1; Young Women ' s Christian Association 1. Waugh, Brenda Louise Stony Point English French Club 1, 2; Dean ' s List 1, 2; House Council 1; Intramural Basketball 2; Junior Counselor 3; National Education Association 3; N.C.E.. .; Glee Club; Baptist Student Union 3; Young Women ' s Christian Association 3. Weinberg, Rodney L Asheville Biology and Science Highland Biologists 3, 4; Beta Beta Beta 3. 4. Weisner, William Tony- Statesville Mathetmttics National Education .Association. Welborn, Johnny W Boone Physical Edtication Transfer from University of North Carolina; Wrestling; Men ' s " A " Club. Nr 1 M • ' . W- ttk h THE SENIOR CLASS • 1964 West, Terrell Randall Lexington Physical Education Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4; Track Team 1. 2, i, 4; Basketball 2; Assistant Basketball Coach 4. Whisnant, Elaine Marie Newton Primary Education National Education Association; Lutheran Student Whisnant, Laura Withrow . . .Morganton Primary Education Whisnant, Susie Marcell .Boiling Springs Mathematics Math Club 3; Library Science Club 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha Chi 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 3, 4; Young Women ' s Association 4; Na tional Education Association 4. White, Mary Delores . . . Kings Mountain Biisitiess Education Transfer from Gardner-Webb Junior College; Na- tional Education Association 4; Baptist Student Union 3, 4; Intramurals 3; Young Women ' s Asso elation 3. 4 (Prayer Chairman 4). Whitmore, Thomas M Knox, Penn. Physical Education Transfer from Mitchell College; Choir 3, 4. WiLLARD, James Wesley . .Winston-Salem Biology Transfer from Wingate Junior College; Band; West- minister Fellowship; Industrial Arts Club; Col- legiate Civic Club. Williams, Mary Rebecca Kannapolis Primary Education National Education Association. V ' iLsoN, Albert Dillion .... Sugar Grove English Westminster Fellowship 3, 4 (President); Religious Council 3. 4; Appalachiim Staff. VX ' iLsoN, Barbara Ann BumsWlle English Glee Club 2, 3; Playcrafters 2; Appalachian Staff 3; National Education Association 3; Literary So- ciety 3. Wilson, Norman Barry Landis Library Science Band I, 2; Library Science Club 3. 4. Wilson, Patricia Anne Hudson Primary Education National Education Association 4; Glee Club 1. 2; Young Women ' s Christian Association 2; Rhododendron Staff 2. Woods, Star Eue Lenoir Elementary Education WoRTHiNGTON, Reba Rae .... Wilmington Elementary Education Freshman Mathematics Award; Library Science Club 1; Association of Childhood Education 1, 2, 3 4 (Project Chairman 3); Rhododendron Staff 2, 3, 4 (Editor 4); Playcrafters 2, 3. 4 (Treasurer 4); Alpha Chi 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Pi Gamma Mu 2. 3, 4 (First Vice- President 4); Ad Hoc Leadership Committee 4; Student Handbook Committee 4; Student Publi- cations Committee 4; Junior Counselor 3; Ap- palachian Staff 3 (Circulation); Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges 4; May Court 4. Wray, Martha Lou Lawndale Social Studies House Council 1. 3; Young Republicans Club 2. Wright, Frances Elizabeth Gary English and Social Studies Baptist Student Union 1; National Education As- sociation 3, 4; Literary Club 3, 4. Wright, Robert Andrew . .Caldwell, N. J. Business Education Football; Wrestling; Newman Club; Men ' s " A " Club. Wright, Ruhamah Jane Asheboro Home Economics Transfer from Mars Hill; Junior Counselor 3; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); National Education Association 3, 4. Wyant, Texie Jane Vale Elementary Education Lutheran Student Association 1. 2. 3; National Education Association 3, 4. Yelton, Terry June Spindale Mathematics Math Club I, 3; Rhododendron Staff 2; National Educational Association 2, 3; N.C.E.A. 2. 3. Young, Linda Hope Charlotte Elementary Education Baptist Student Union 3, 4; National Education Association 4; Dean ' s List 3. Yount, Dale Edward Conovcr Physical Education and Mathematics National Education Association 4; Baseball 2, 3. 4; Intramurals (Football 1, 2. Basketball I. 2. 3. 4. Softball 1). Yount, Gerald Uavid Cherryville Elementary Education Yount, Jane Wilson Gherr Tille Biology THE SENIOR CLASS 19 6 4 Page Sixty-nine ( I Ml M I (, ii i MAN, President Tom Turner, Vice-President THE JUNIOR CLASS ■ !i i « tn ii i » piyTH ifr i T-fii- mi i ii mii ii . iii i i in i iii ini p w Kai " lit! Shiixk. S( I Sara Fhii i ip . Page Seventy JUNIORS Adams, Austin Alfred Boone Adams, Bonnie Margaret Bunnlevel Adkins, Carolynn Li ' nnette Greenville Albert, Sondra Elizabeth Haddonfield, N. ]. Alexander, Rita Catherine Thomasville Allen, Sandra Diane Granite Quar Allison, Brenda Carol Moores ' ille Allison, Sylvia Rebecca Hickory Allred, Sammy Lee HamptonWlle Allred, Zedena Ann Lexington Anderson, Barbara Graham Gastonia Angel, Peggy Delories Mt. Ail Angell, David Mitchell Mocksville Arnold, James Clifton, Jr. WajTiesville Arrowood, Dorothy Ann Nebo Atkins, Johnny Wayne Dobsol Aultman, Brenda Elaine Hicko AuTON, Betty Lou Bacon, Bronwen Ann Bailey, Carolyn Clevenger Black Mountain Bailey, Martha Spruce Pine Baird, Linda Faye Valdese Barker, James Delano Lansing Beach, Linda Lee Winston-Salem C ikik js4 J djk Page Seventy-one jb JUNIORS Beam, Mary Jane Bessemer City Bean, Terry Dean Hudson Beaver, Aloma Yvonne Mooresville Bedweel, Barbara Neal Independence, Va. Belk, Joe T. Hickory Bennett. Charles Norman Asheboro Beroth, Walter Winfield Winston-Salem Bird, Edna Carolyne St. Pauls Bishop, John Larry Greensboro lack, Brenda Kay- Charlotte Blackmon, Ronald Ashley Charlotte Blair. Marion Frances Ster Blake, Gail Ianette Mt. Gilead Blanton, Betty Ann Shelby Bodenheimer, Sandra Gail Winston-Salem Booth, Harry Pegram Charlotte Border, Nancy Elizabeth Hanover, Pa. Bost, Ina Kathry ' n Statesville Bowers, Emma Jane Peachland Bowers, Sylvia Kay Albemarle Brandon, Judy ' Karejj Morganton Brittain, Charles Ray Brittain. Martha Kay Hickory Broadwell, Morris Elizabeth Wilmingtcm Page Seventy-two JUNIORS Brooks, Wayne P. Shelbv Brooks, William Nelson Shelbv Brookshire, Clayton H. Newton Brown, Grover Franklin Boonville Brown, Pamela Ann Mooresville Broyhill, Myrtle Ruth Millers Creek Brugnolotti, Joseph T. Brooklyn, N. Y. BuiE, Cynthia Routh Troy Bullard, Polly Anna Bladenbori) BuLLINGTON, WaNDA LoU Pilot Mountain Bullock, Henrietta Kannapolis Bunch, Bonnie Mae New London Burchette, William Jerry Elkin BURGIN, [UDITH AnN Marion Burleson, Toby Roger Albemarle Burns, Phillip Lee Byers, Mary Frances Bynum, Fred A. Byrd, Marvorene Cable, Mary Edna Valdese Boone Hudson Elkin Marion Caldwell, Julia Sherrill Sherrill ' s Ford Campbell, Clarence Luther Forest City Campbell, Doris Shaw Maiden Campbell, Ruth Kathryn Salisburv i JiM iktf i i tf Page Seventy-three t X ' 1 i JUNIORS Canipe, Stephen Thomas Winston-Salem Cannon, JoAnn Connelly Springs Cardwell, Bill F. Wilkesboro Carlton, Bonnie Anne Winston-Salem Carpenter, David Trov, Jr. Cherrvville Carpenter, Sarah Carter, Barbara Erwin Lansing Carter, Joanne Lucile Asheville Carter, Nona Jeanette Thomasville Caruso, Virginia Elizabeth Valdese Casey, Samuel Bowden Rocky Point Cauble, Sandra Shuford Hickory Chandler, Alice Gail Asheville Chapman, Barbara Ann Mocksville Chapman, Clarence Everette Valdese Chapman, Rebecca Ann Morgan ton Chisholm, Brenda Joyce Lexington Chrisaun, Cynthia Ann BumsWlle Church, Gloria Jeanne Fort Worth, Texas Clark, Maxine Vickie Bessemer Cirv Clayton, Douglas Ray Roxboro Cline, Norma Jean Claremont Coble, James Thomas Hickory Coffer, Charles Delaney- Danburv ' Page Seventy-four JUNIORS Connelly, Edward Lee Spruce Pine Conrad, Charles William Winston-Salem Cooke, William Marcas CoRDELL, Peggy Jean Newton CoRLis, Maryann Christine Northport, N. Y. Corriher, Everette Feezor Mt. Ulla Covington, John Larry Pilot Mountain Crabtree, Frances Magalene Hurdle Mills Craig, Douglas Arthur Lincolnton Crayton, Thomas Nelson Charlotte Crouch, Thomas Hamilton Statesville Crouse, Robert Dale Sparta Crysel, Kenneth Allen Wilkesboro CuMBiE, Roger Lee Gastonia CuMMiNGS, Judy Lee Apex Cunningham, James Marcus Newton Cunningham, Karen Lee Clover Curtis, Frank Parker, Jr. Elkin Dares, Lee Vincent, Jr. Newland Dale, Martha Jane Cant(jn Dalton, Mary Rita Lincolnton Davis, Ethel i L Rutherfordton Davis, Joey Patricia Charlotte Davis, Martha Jean Mooresville r hiSMih t v Page Seventy-five »l :5tT- i iTi JUNIORS Davis, Roy Cornelius Davis, Sandra Elaine Hickory Davis, Thanna Black Burnsville Davis, Veronica Truitt Shelby Davis, Wanda Gay Deal, Sandra Lee Dobson Boone Dean, Thomas Franklin Kings Mountain DeBord, Hattie Jo Grassy Creek Derey, Marsha Deane Ma Diamond, Rudy Dilung, Annie Vera Kings Mountain DiNKiNs, John Wayne Yadkinville Dixon, Donald Wayne Greensboro Dixon, Jerry Hugh Win gate DoAN, William Harold Burns i DoBBS, John Wardell Gastonia DocKERY, Mary Anne Winston-Salem DosTER, Ralph Lynn Charlotte DouB, Sandra Carol Tobaccoville DouGAN, Carolyn L Bessemer Cir» ' Duckworth, Virginia Leslie Morganton LXiLiN, William Norris West Palm Beach, Fla. Duncan, Linda Delane Monroe Duncan. Way ' NE Day ' Danville, Va. Page Seventy-six JUNIORS Duncan, Barbara Deal Lenoir Durham, Franklin Cheney Boone DUVALL, Raymont) Jackson Todd Dycus, Lucy Gaye Ellenboro Eads. Ora W ' ilbert Charlotte Earley, Fay Horace Bos tic Easter, Barbara Jean ThomasWlle Edwards, Romona Diann Union Mills Edwards, R isemary Sherrill ' s Road EiDSON, Charlotte Rebecca Kannapolis Eller, Janet Gail Ferguson Eller, William Fraser Warren sville Ellington, Judy Elaine Cherr.NTille Elliott, Doris Jean- Elliott, Laura Anne Polkville Elliott, Martha Louise Shelbv Elnnore, Michael Hiram Cliffside Englebert, Bill L. North V ' ilkesbori) Ensley, Sybil Jessup Winston-Salem Erwin, Tommy Eugene Asheville Farthing, Sara Esther Mebane Faucette, Mary Isla Mebane Ferguson, Carole Elizabeth Rural Hall m Jk Ferguson, John Edwin Roxboro Page Seventy-seven JUNIORS Ferguson, Judy Lane Lenoir Fields, Mary Ellen High Point Fisher, Linda Diane Morganton Fleming, Patricia Ann Woodleaf FoLTZ, Elizabeth Ann Winston-Salem Fortner, Perbie Bruce Bryson City Foster, Judith Ann Carthage Foster, Loretta Lee Kemersville Foster, Marjorie Gail Asheboro Francis, Gerry Arhngton, Va. Frazier, Marvie Dian High Point Freeman, Danette LaVonne Asheville French, Barbara Jeannette Reidsville Frost, Elsie Mae Wilmington Fulbright, Meri Ruth Newton Fulbright, Sylvia Christine Newton FUNDERBURK, HenRY MoSER Monroe FuRR, Jimmy Worth High Point Furr, Margaret Ann Albemarle Gaither, Gerald Henderson Statesville Gentry, Margaret Lois Todd Gentry, Nancy Mildred Mt. Airy George, James Harold, Jr. Inman Gillespie, Gracia Terrell Eau Gallic, Fla. Page Seventy-eight JUNIORS GiLREATH, PaTHICIA LeE Shelby Glasooe, Donnis Carolyn Shelbv Glenn, Margaret Carolyn Boone Godwin, Edna Mae Cofield GOFORTH, SaMMIE KayE Shelbv Golden, Opal Mae State Road Gordon, James Morris Drexel Gouge, Susie Evelyn Bakersville Gray, Anthony I. Baltimore, Md. Graybeal, Thomas Carlyle Grayson Grayson, Carolyn Hawkins Shelbv Grayson, Julia Ann Lexington Grayson, Nancy Loretta Charlotte Green, Billie Sue Ramseur Greene, Phyllis Lee Spruce Pine Greene, Willie Banks Lenoir Griffin, Diana Sue Wingate Griffin, Jerry Michael Forest City Griffin, John Earl Greensboro Griffin, Joyce Geraldine Wadesboro Grigc, Stephen Chauncey Shelbv Grogan, Ginny May Charlotte Gruetter, E. Neal Asheville Gulledge, Norma Jean Wadesboro Page Seventy-nine £iUSk JUNIORS Hackney, Gerald George H. Conover Hackney, Martha Jo Chilhowie, Va. Hager, Betty Ruth Hagler. Robert T. Statesville Charlotte Haigler, Becky Jo Marshvill Hailey, Joe Thomas Matthews Hall, Dean Edward Hamlin, Emily Louise Hillsboro Hamlin, Robert Willis, Jr. Timberlake Hanks, Barbara Elizabeth Charlotte Harger, Robert Thomas Danburv Harmon, Charles Earl Boone Harmon, Dorothy- Cope Boone Harrell. Alfred Douglas Bakersville Harris, Annie Marie Mount Gilead Harris, Gloria Jean Abingdon, Va. H. RRis, Judith Lee BurnsWUe Harris, Nancy Ellen Greensboro Harris, Patricia Lee Harris, V ' anda Jean Valdese Mebar Harwood, Roger Lee New London Hastings, Christine Katie Lenoir Hasty, Lora Karen Norwood Hedrick, Dale Frank Denton Page Eighty JUNIORS Helms, Gloria Ann Mt. Holly Hemby, Peggy Alice Matthews Henderson, Rebecca Jane Cramerton Henson, James Hugh Rutherfordton HicE, Richard Lee Valdese Hildebran, Wade Carroll Hickory Hilderbran, Kenneth Wayne Conover Hill, Betty Jean Asheboro Hill, Christine Exizabeth Lexington Hill, Clarence Whitley SmithField Hill, Henry Whitmore Cheravv, S. C. Hill, Jean Elizabeth Gold Hill Hill, Ronald Franklin Charlotte Hilton, James Daniel Kannapolis Hines, Frieda Sue Rutherfordton HoDGiN, Bob Gene Asheboro Hoke, Shirley Marie Lenoir Holland, James Thomas Shelby Honeycutt, Nina Jo Troutman Hooker, Brenda Gayle Asheboro HoRD, Janis Marie Maxton Horton, Warren James Ferguson Howard, Kelway Louie, II Oxford Howell, Arnold Marvin Greer, S. C. D a t d M , km mdh w " I 1 d m iii Page Eighty-one JUNIORS Howell, Carolyn Frances Granite Quarr Hudson. Judie O. Salisbury Hughes, Judy Yvonne Bakersville Hughes, Nancy Carolyn Bakersville Humphrey-, Alethea Ann Gold Hill Humphreys, Edith Swain Gamer HuNEYCUTT, Carole Blake New London James, Linda Faye Mocksville Jenkins, Ray Beam, Jr. Cherryville Jenkins, Rex Hal Statesville loHNSON, Betty ' Etta Pelham Johnson, Linda Elizabeth Spartj Johnson, Mary Sue East Bend Jones, Elizabeth Carol Noriina Jones. Lenora Hicko Jones, Nancy Gail Mt. Holl Jones, Ronald Kennedy Winston-Salem lovcE. Michael E. Madison Julian, Glenda Rose Elk Park K. NUPP, Dorothy Rose Hickor - Keener, Julia Carolyn Boger City Kennedy, Margaret Jane Statesville Kerr, Floyd William Kannapolis Keys, Sally Ruth Kannapolis Page Eighty-two JUNIORS Keziah, Martha Jane King, E. Ford Hamlet Boone KiRBY, Ernest Jennings Walkertown KisER, Rebecca Catherine Shelbv KiziAH, Ronald Lee Hickorv Ki-UTTz, Margaret Sonora Salisburv Kluttz, Richard Steven Woodleaf Knight, Kenneth B. Hickory Krenzer, Barbara Ann N. Miami Beach, Fla. KuRFEES, Eleanor Marie Mocksville Lamb, Douglas Gelayne Chesnee, S. C. Laney, Julian Walter Laney, Mickey Wayne Maiden Laughter, Brenda Sue Spindaie Lawing, Larry George Mt. Hollv Laws, Pal Autry Elk Park Lawson, Marsha Lynn Glen Allen, Va. LeFever, Robert L., Jr. High Point Lemons, Billy Carroll Shelby Lentz, Anne Elizabeth Concord LiNEBACK, Don R. Wauchula, Fla. LiNEBERGER, RoBBIE LaFAY Salisbury LiNGERFELT, WiLLIE J. Morganton LiTAKER, John M. Mt. Pleasant f f8 iipaj|Mff(P«y wi« l Jk ' ll Q MMJihd Page Eighty-three JUNIORS Little, JoAnke ir 4i M Ki Jefferson Long, Tally Curtis Concord LooKABiLL, Carol Janie Boone Lovette, Andrew Mitchell Winston-Salem LowRANCE, Sarah Virginia Mooresville McArver, William Edward Charlotte McCants, Janet Elizabeth Concord McCuRRY, William Douglas Greenville. S. C. McDonald, Nancy Lee Forest Citv McGuirt, Billie Anne Monroe McIntosh, Thomas Dean Bumsville McKelvey, Roger Dean High Point McKinney, Carol Jean Salisbury McKinney, Estelle Ann Chesnee, S. C. McKinney, Esther Marie Chesnee, S. C. McKinney, Grover D. Spruce Pine McKinney, William Wilson EllenboTo McKnight, James Howard Boonville McLaughlin, Robert Duncan Effingham, S. C. McLaughlin. Ronald B. Charlotte McLean, Randy Eugene Gastonia McMahan, Evelyn Sue Gastonia McMillan, Nancy ' Carol Grumpier McMuRRY, Joseph Crowell Boone Page Eighty-four JUNIORS McNeil. Edith Mildred Lansing McRary, Max Vernon Granite Falls McSwAiN, Mary Linda Madison, Amy Jo Shelbv Jamestown Magness, Margaret Anne Shelby Marler, Sandra Jeanette Lenoir Martin, Kathie Faye Mayodan Mascott, Maryanne Hanover, N. J. Mashburn, Jerry Franklin Cliffside Mast, Linda Lee Boone Matlock, Rom Lee Tavlorsville Mauldin. Charles Augustus Hickorx Mayle, Vicky Lee Roanoke Rapids Meadows, Carroll Lowe Asheboro Miles, Melvin Martin Glade Valle ' Miller, Alvena Sue Fleetwood Miller, Billie V. Lenoir Miller, James Robert Salisbury Miller, Jimmie Anne El kin Miller, Marcia Chaney Asheville Miller, Priscilla Ann Miller, Rebecca Josephine China Grove Mitchell, Jerald Allen Charlotte Mitchem, Vivian Dianne Lowell rii Page Eighty-five MJk k d Sl Mih I ' m - f JUNIORS MiTCHUM, Daniel Wallace Rutherfordton Moody, Anita Louise Winston-Salem Moore, Kenneth Lee North Wilkesboro Moore, Marguerite Boone Moore, Nancy Karen Moore, Shirley Ann Lenoir Lenoir MoRETZ, Jerry Claude Morgan, J. Woodrow, Jr. Oakboro Morris, Joan Bennett Rocky Mount Morrow, Van Lewis Shelbv MosER, Eugenia Raye King Morton, Judy Carol Albemarle Mull. Edwanda Hope Monday, Linda G. Gasto Conover Murdock, Gilmer L., Jr. Statesville Murphy, Howard William Levittown, Pa. Murray, Marion Diane Raleigh Myers, Myrtle Geneva Salisbury Nantz, Judy Ann Charlotte Neal, George William Lexington Neave, Patty Jane High Point Necessary, Clarence H., Jr. Wilkesboro NiFONG, Becky Jeanette Winston-Salem Nixon, Gwendolyn Barker Denver Ptii e Eight) six JUNIORS Norman, Patty L. Winston-Salem Norton, Lois Jean Marion NuNALEE, Judith Belle Wilmington Oakley, Peggy Lycele Sandy Ridge OcHANDARENA, ElLEEN Hialeah, Fla. Oetzman, Jo Ann Olivo, Mary Jo Charlotte Asheboro Orrell, Linda Eleanor Statesville Ott, Donald Wesley Victor, N. Y. Palmieri, Virginia Ann Crossnore Panther, Cassanra Marie Shelby Parham, Donald A. Nathalie, Va. Park, George Brantly Rockw Parlier, Billy Joe Maiden Parsons, Beverly Sue Parton, Glenda Lois Morganton Peeler, Teresa June Kannapolis Pender, Cynthia Annette Clayton Perrell, Gloria Jean Woodleaf Petree, Brenda Joyce Winston-Salem Phillips, Emma Jane Spruce Pine Phillips, Sara Alice Spruce Pine Phipps, Joe Mouth of Wilson, Va. Pilarski, Gail Waynesville Pnge Eighty-seven JUNIORS PiTTMAN, LiNORA KaTHRVN Salisbury PojEDiNEc, Ronald Joseph Whippany, N. J. Pope, Tebry McNeil Winston-Salem Powell, Donald Wedsteh Draper Powers, Michael Scott Charlotte Prestwood, Judy Faye Lenoir Prevatte, Helen Rae Pembroke Prichard, Timothy Fowler Asheville Proffitt, William Edward Burnsville Pruett, Jewell Brown Elkin Pruitt, Milton Eugene Rockingham Putnam, James Eugene New Market, Tenn. Ratledge, J. Robert FayetteWlle Redding, Earl Donnal Ronda Reel, Loma Patricia Reese, H. Lynn Taylorsxille Reid, Sara Frances Hickory Reynolds, Dorotha Faye Valdese Rhyne, Linda Lee Lincolnton Rhyne. Thomas Crowell Vale Richards, Donald Ray Concord Richards, Mary Jane Mt. Airv- Richardson, Brenda Lynch Forest Citv RicKMAN, Philip Albert Bryson City Page Eighty-eight JUNIORS RiTCH, Betty Craver Wilkesboro RiTTER, Ronald Fred Vandenberg A.F.B., Cal. Rives, Frederick Charles, Jr. Charlotte RoBBiNS, Franklin Earl Marion RoBERsON, Georgia Fay Rutherfordton RoBERsoN, Susan Hope Roanoke Rapids Roberts, Jenny Lynn Shelb ' Roberts, Nina Thelma Laurel Sjnrings Robinson, Jack Henry Connelly Springs Robinson, Justina Moore Huntington, W. Va. Robinson, M. Lucy Bums ille Robinson, Pearl Glenda Valdese Rogers, Tecetl Ann Concord Ross, Donald Melvin Morganton Ross, Marilyn Christine Morganton Royster, Linda Bane CherrvvilJL ' Russ, James C. Belha Sadler, Leila Nadine Charlotte Sain, Barbara Ann Mocks ' Saunders, Dennis Gerald Gr eensboro Sawey, Sara Catherine Schell, Sandra M. Boone Hicko ScoGGiNs, Carolyn Ann Rutherfordton Scott, Jimmy Ray Denton Page Eighty-nine sr-fs xj- -i ' r ' JUNIORS ScRONCE, V ' anda Louise Newton Seagle, John C. Lawndale Secrest, Eulalia Ruth Drexel Seitz, Myra Gertrude Setzer, Sally Ann Claremont Shaw, Ola Jeannette Asheboro Shehan, Kaye Frances Lawndale Shepherd, Cahlyle Glade Vallev Shepherd, David Eugene Ferguson Sheppard, Betsy Deane High Point Shoaf, Reginald Lee Thomasville Shoemaker, Ralph Colin Millers Creek Shunk, Katy ' Lee Hialeah, Fla. SiGMON, Doris Ann Tavloi Sills, James L. Charlotte SisK, Carol Joan Be Sitton, Judy Lee Horse Shoe Skinner, Ben Kenneth GaFfne Smith, Audrey Christine Stoneville Smith, Carmen Eugenia Lawsonville Smith, Constance P. Hialeah, Fla. Smith, Daniel Smith, Edith P. Favcttevi Albemarle Smith, Jacob Archie, Jr. Mt. Pleasant Page Ninety JUNIORS Smith, Joyce B. High Point Smith, Judith Bennette S. Burlington Smith, Linda Faye Morganton Smith, Mary Carolyn King Smith, Mary Magdalene Elkin Smith, Nancy Gayle Stoneville Smith, Sara Relfe Edenton Smith, Shirley Ann Winston-Salem Snider, Mary Ann Lexington SoLTis, Carl W. Garwood, N. J. Southern, Susan Jane King Stafford, Betty Hoover Statesville Stallings, Julia Ann Hickor - Stanley, Betty McNeill Lansing Starling, Stephen Darryl New London Starnes, Don Billue Waxhaw Starnes, Julia Gayle Monroe Starnes, Steven Louis Candler St. Clair, Delores Kay Belmont Stephens, Marsha Ann Spray Stevens, Dorothy Elizabeth Garner Stephenson, Helen Ruth Angier Stewart, Mary Elizabeth Boomer Stewart, Vivian Louise Black Mountain Cl» ' O ft d Page Ninety-one tfT ife jM JUNIORS Stewart. William H., Jr. Belmont Stiller, Judy Carol Stone, Aubrey Salisbury Davidson Strickland, Thomasena Hamlet Stroup, Mary Acnes Morganton Sudderth, Sara K. Montezuma Suggs, Wilbert Carroll John ' s Island, S. C. Sullivan, Shelia Diane Shelbv SuRRATT, Brenda Leigh Denton SwEATT, Boyd Emerson, Jr. Bethel SwEATT, Mary Francis H. Draper SwEEZY, William Terrell Lavvndale Talbott, Margaret Ann Leaks ille Tart, Carolyn Ann Newton Grove Taylor, Edsel T. RidgeviUe, S. C. Teachey ' , Daphnve Joy Eavettevillc Teeter, Eix;ar Marshall Mooresville Thompson, Mary Carolyn Andrews Thompson. Virginia Boyd Charlotte Thompson, Zebulon V ' ayne Elkin Throneburg, Sylvia Ann Newton TiDDY, Gary Eugene Shelbv Tillman, Patricia Lane Greensboro Tillman, Priscilla Leigh Greensboro Page Ninety-two JUNIORS ToLBERT, Allen Bradley CollettsWlle Trull, Jerry C. Kannapolis Trull, Saundra Alexis lonroe Tucker, Doris Elizabeth Hamlet Tucker, Myra Dianne Westfield Tulbert, William Franklin Union Grove Tu rner, Mary Juanita Hamptonville Turner. Thomas Wayne Greensboro Tyson, Mary Frances Upton, Gary Dean Cherrvville Valentine, James Paul Winston-Salem Vaughn, Kenneth Oscar Greensboro Walker, Betty Sue Millers Creek Walker, Jane Elizabeth Chapel Hill Walker, Margaret Jean Candler Walker, Stella Jane Wall, Patricia Ann Wallace, Van Junior Olin KinR Lenoir Walters, Carolyn Jane State Road Walters, James Duran Charlotte Walters, Richard Arlington Lancaster, S. C. Walten, Carolyn Ann Mooresville Warlick, Sarah Amanda Watson, Edward Loy Crossnore J«»» •■« ' . J «k erf - d M M m m Page NiitelY three MgtM (» «- iMd JUNIORS U ' atson, Thomas Hiott Maiden Watterson, William B. ' ATTs, Barbara Lee Shelb ■ Landi! VVeathersbee, William S. Norwood Webb, Roberta Ann Morganton Webb, Shirlev Alice Newland Wheeler, Linda Jean Easlev, S. C. Whitley, James Larry W ' hitson, Recia Roe Cando Relief Wilkinson, Nina Hope Newton Williams, Bettie Arlene Spencer Williams, Margaret Louise Durham U ' lLLiAMS, Robert C. Cle eland Williams, Trena Ellen Charlotte Williams, Vicki Anne Mooresville Williamson, Rebecca Susan Asheboro V ' iLsoN, Caroly-n IvaNelle Weaverville Wilson, June Carol Charlotte Wimberly, Johnny Mack Newton Windsor, Betty Elkin WiTHERINGTON, MaRTHA E. Winston-Salem Wright, Barbara Loretta Shelby Wright, Cynthia Piccola Grover V ' right, William Thomas Shelbv Pdge Ninety-four JUNIORS W ' yatt, Toni Jo Spencer York, Barbara Hill Yadkinville Young, Myrtxe Virginia Grassy Creek Zimmerman, Brenda Diane Advance $ j Mi Page Ninety-five ,„i =pK A ■ j s:3 Wallace Hill, President Claborne Orsborne, ' ice-President THE SOPHOMORE CLASS r- .. J ' T i • T 7 ' A B. Marion Ruth, Secrelnn Wayne Craig, Treasurer Piijie Ninety-six Aldridge, Sue Carolyn . .Great Mills, Md. Alexander, G. David Lenoir Allen, Judy Dian Hickory Allred, Elsie Elaine Charlotte Arnall, Margaret Haydon Spray Arrouet, Andre Charles Greer, S. C. Ashley, Linda Ann Timberlake Ashley, Phillip Terry Fort Mill, S. C. Baird. Glenda Jeanne Boone Baird, Sande Dian Dayton, Ohio Baker, Jacquelyn Christeel . . Winston-Salem Baker, Margarette Ann Sparta Baker, Rolanda Murline Morganton Baney, Mary Louise Lexington Bangle, Robert Wayne Lincolnton Barbee, Jacqueline Albemarle Bard, Betty Jean Grumpier Bare, Billie Kay Laurel Springs Bare, Paul Harvey, Jr Grumpier Barker, Betty Carol Mt. Holly Barnard, Dorris Lee Winston-Salem Barnes, Morris Nelson Orrum Barnette, Susan Everett Charlotte Barrier, Edward Lee Mt. Pleasant Baucom, Barbara Marlene Concord Beam, Kenneth Robert Casar Beamer, Carol Elizabeth Mt. Airy SOPHOMORES Beaver, Linda Jo Salisbury ' Beck, Nancy Kay Piedmont, S. C. Belk, Diane Maria Charlotte Belk, Mary Beth Stony Point Bell, Joan Meredith Statesville Benfield, Jewell Elaine . . Rutherford College Benton, Judith Lee Concord Benton, Rebecca Ann .... North Wilkesboro Berrier. Rebecca Lynn Lexington Berry, Elizabeth Ann Greensboro Bern.-, Janet Mareen ..Rutherford College Best, Benjamin Edward Bessemer Gits ' Bingham. Florence Helen Lawndale Blackwood, Ray Norman Mt. Holly Blankenship, Pamela Joyce . . Rutherfordton Bledsoe. Elaine Kay Winston-Salem Ble ins, V ' illard Troy . . . North Wilkesboro Boger, Linda Ann Winston-Salem , - r ' " i iinfik Page Ninety-seven Bolick, Mary Shelton Granite Falls Bolick, Paul Wayne Mt. Holly Bollinger, Rebecca Lucille Morganton Bookout, Coy William, Jr Greensboro Bower, Judith Ann Jefferson Bowers, Carol Grace Thomasville Bowers, Phillip Eugene Jefferson Bowles, Sanora Jane Statesville Bowman, Jerry Benjamin Lawndale Boyles, Gary Luther Cherryville Bozeman, Wanda Genear Durham Braddy, Bobby Burlington Bradley, William Freddie .... Danville, Va. Bragg, Jane Frances Hickory Brantley, Maris Ann Spring Hope Braswell, Patsy Gail Gastonia Brawley, Brenda Kay Kannapolis Brewer. Carole Lvnn Winston-Salem Bridges, Jim W Union Mills Britt, Carol Ann Myrtle Beach, S. C. Brittain, John T Hickory Brittain, June Elaine Hickory Brooks, Ruth Lillian Monroe Brooks, Larry Stephen Mooresboro Brookshire, Rebecca Anne Charlotte Brown, Anne H Red Springs Brown, Horace Alexander Morganton SOPHOMORES Brown, Jimmie Charles Gary Brown, Nancy Sue Fayetteville Browne, Douglas Aaron State Road Bryant, Linda Kay Thomasville Buckner, Barbara Sue Marshall Budd, Mike P Winston-Salem Buff. Johnny Dowd Hickory Bumgarner. Phyllis Elaine Lenoir Burcham, Judy Gail Lowgap Burchette, Jimmie Dean . . . .Winston-Salem Burkhardt, Richard Francis . Hollywood, Fla. Burns, Lena Elizabeth Wingate Burwell, Beverly Jean Winston-Salem Buxton, Mary Miller Blowing Rock Capps, Janice Garris Asheville Caraway, Jack Lee Morganton Carlton, Herbert Troy Graham Carlton, Thomas Dale Lenoir " r K f? V-r A di tii IM Page Ninety-eight Carmichael, Larry Franklin . . .Walkertown Carroll, Jerel Dean Boone Carson, Nadine Spencer . . . Kings Mountain Carter, Jo Ann Greensboro Carter, Mary Jo Gastonia Carver, Marion Samuel Roxboro Case, William Clifford Fletcher Cash, Gloria Rea Spindale Cashion, Rose Ellen Charlotte Castillo, Srela Caldera . . Masaya, Nicaragua Cathey, MelDonna Charlotte Caudill, Barbara Lee Waynesville Champion, Sue Lane Shelby Chapa, Linda Harris Forest City Church, Danny Wayne Granite Falls Church, Maxine Patricia . . . .Winston-Salem Church. Sarah Ann Lenoir Clarke, Connie Gale Morganton Clarke, Judith Arlene Morganton Clayton, Sarah Louise Kannapolis Cleary, Mildred Claudine . North Wilkesboro Clyatt, Donna G Ocala, Fla. Cobler, Janet Sue Winston-Salem Cockman, Margaret Pearl Lenoir Cody, Raychel Susanne Mooresville Coffey, Nancy Louise Boone Cole, Dennis Lee High Point SOPHOMORES Collins, Brenda Sue Draper Comer, Linda Louise Stoneville Cook, Mack J., Ill . . Melbourne Beach, Fla. Cooke, Fred Robah Mt. Ain- Councilman, Charles H. .Moses Lake, Wash. Covington, Lucinda Rockingham Cox, Charlotta Sue Sparta Cox, Garnett D Mt. Airy Cox, Juanita Dallas Cox, Judith Gail West Jefferson Craig, John Raymond Lenoir Craig, Norvelle Wayne Scottsville, Va. Cranford, Janie Fay Winston-Salem Graver, Hilda Loretta Winston-Salem Crawford, Penny Jo Waynesville Cridlebough, Thomas Tillman . . High Point Crisco, Floyd Eugene Albemarle Culberson, Ora Lou Snow Gamp A :) 1 . C:% •._ Q |p|, O A Q C P Q: i iiM A t. P l it Jik Page Ninety-nine Culberson, Susan Louise Asheville CuUom. Sandra Jean High Point Current, John Robert Newton Dages, Donald Joseph Newland Davenport, Minnie Jane Mt. Airy Daves, Vivian Marie Marion Davis, Billy Joe Shelby Davis, Eula J Boone Davis. Jackie Madelyn Biwne Davis, Kenneth Carroll Ellenboro Davis, Lucinda Faye High Point Day ault, Judy Carol Kannapolis Deal, Beverly Ann Hickory Deal, Patsy Jane Burgaw DeBrule, Teresa Dianne Mt. Holly Dellinger, Alvin Gene Cherryville Dennis, Miriam Cheryl Gibsonville Denton. Melvin Douglas Lawndale De ine, Billy Burke Shelby Digh, Ronnie Lee Valdese Downs, Harry Odell Winston-Salem Drum, Martha Elizabeth Statesville Drye, Donald Norman Concord Duhling. Sallie Ruth Hickory Dyer, John Vernon Ferguson Eads, Bruce Wayne Sanford Earl. Tyron Lee Casar SOPHOMORES Edmiston, Anne StatesWUe Edwards, Charles Lewis . . . .West Asheville Edwards, John R Lexington Edwards, Rebecca Ann High Point Edwards, Shirley Carol Gibsonville EUedge, Herlie Gwyn Ferguson EUer, Janet Triplett Cramerton Eller, Vella Fa e Hays Filer. Wayne Clark Salisburv Elrod, Sherryl Ann Boone Eudy, Alyce Sharon Concord Everhart, Hilda Marlene Lexington Falls, Eunice Dixie Woodruff, S. C. Faw, Paul David Mt. Airy Fletcher. James Allen Lansing Ford, Daniel Heath Indian Trail Foster, Judy Gray Ferguson Francis, Mar - Lee West Jefferson •J f C» €1 Q P --. ■ 0£%0 Page One Hundred Francis, Shirley Louise Grumpier Frazier. Martha Leota Charlotte Freeman. James Mehin Weaverville Gale, Thomas Nelson Morganton Gantt, Ronald B Gonover Gardner, Joseph R North Wilkesboro Gardner, Patricia Ann Gastonia Gaston, Henry Leuis Gastonia Gibbs, Linda Charlene Burnsville Godson, John Richard Roslyn, N. Y. Godwin, Agnes Benson GoForth, D. Shelton Ferguson Goforth, Robert Gene . . . North Wilkesboro Goins, William Anthony ..Kings Mountain Goodman, Newton Glenn, Jr Todd Grant, Glenda Rae Burlington Graybeal, Shirley Deane .... ' est Jefferson Graziano, John Michael . . Lindenhurst, N. Y. Greene, Charlotte Elizabeth . . . Huntersville Greene, David D Spruce Pine Greene, Nancy Diane Stanfield Greene, Osteen Delmas Boone Groves, William Cliff Bessemer City Guffey, Linda Lee Rutherfordton Guy, Edgar Turtle Maiden Hagaman, Frank Allen. Jr Boone Hager, Judy Elaine Alexis SOPHOMORES Hairf ield, Judith Ann Morganton Hall, Carol Ann Asheboro Hall, Doris Gail Morganton Hall, Judy Sharyn Lenoir Hall, Malinda Jane Spruce Pine Hall, Ruth Faye Mt. Airy Hamilton, Peggy Anne Salisbury Hancock, Lillie Irene Vesta, Va. Handy, Margaret Hoyt Williamston Hanes. Ronald Alexander Cycle Hankins, Reid Donald . . . North Wilkesboro Hardison, Betty Jean Chapel Hill Hare, Mary Abigail Raleigh Harmon, Susan Carol Kannapolis Harper. Verlyn Herschel .... Walhalla, S. C. Harrelson, Lou Alice Cherr lle Harris, Robert Baynes Roxboro Harris. Suzanne Kannapolis c Q p r p r P P P f?i l?!S P p- f fc ' ' , , , ,- Lfd a Page One Huudycd One Hartzog, Sally Sue Fleetwood Hastings, James Cecil Lawndale Hawley, Jack C Spruce Pine Hayes, Linda Joyce Boone Haymore, Roger Dean Mt. Air Hedrick. Norma Mae Southmont Helton, Marvin Michael Sylmao, Cal. Hembree, Charles Randall . . . .Valrico, Fla. Hensley, Joan Aimee Mt. Holly Hess, Judy Ann Salisbury Hester, Kathy Lou Durham Hester, Wilma Janice Morganton Hewitt, Mary Diane Shelby Hildebran, Barbara Gray Newton Hill, Linda R Charlotte Hill, Wallace Lamar, II . .Jacksonville, Fla. Hines, Brenda Jean Lexington Hinkle, Bruce Edward Mocksville Hodgens, Ralph James Kannapolis Holbrook, Map, ' Joyce Traphill Holder, W. D Olivia Holland, Suzanne Shelby Hollar, Virginia Alice Hickor ' Hollar, Thurman DeWitt Midland Hollifield, Katherine Elizabeth . . . .Candler Hollifield, Rita Yvonne Charlotte Holmes, Carole Tavlor Miami, Fla. SOPHOMORES Holt, Michael Kent Graham Hooper, Ruth Sherron Gastonia Hoover, Judith Anne Lincolnton Horton, Patricia Ann Gaffney, S. C. Houston, Samuel H Kings Mountain Howell, Camellia N Statesville Howell, Joyce Loretta Bakersville Howell, Mar ' Alice Rutherfordton Hovle, Larrv Kenneth Vale Hoyle, William Alexander Fallston Hudson, Richard Edmond .Connelly Springs Hudspeth, Virginia Ann Belmont Huffman, Judy Elaine Salisbury Huffman, Patricia Maureen Hickory Hurley, Ruby Jane West Jefferson Huss, Dorothy Lee Iron Station Hutchison, Gloria Virginia Charlotte Inabinet, Carol Sue Winston-Salem ■hJiM Jh dtoiL Page One Hundred Two Jackson, Barbara Ann Grover James, Christina Lee Gastonia Jamison, Nancy Carra Charlotte Jarvis, Virginia Carol Fleetwood Jenkins, Theresa Earlleen . . West Cramerton Johnson, Alis Elizabeth Newton Johnson, AKin James Winston-Salem Johnson, Carol Ann Lowgap Johnson, James MacDonald .Winston-Salem Johnson, Judith Carol Lenoir Johnson, Margaret Ann Morven Johnson, Murrell Marlin EUenboro Johnson, Pegg ' Wilkesboro Jones, George H., Jr Mt. Airy Kearns, Phyllis Ann Pleasant Garden Keener, Sandra Jean Maiden Keever, Joseph Larry Kannapolis Kelly, Betty Dixon Carthage Key, Kay Frances Roaring River Kilpatrick, Ronald Lee Marble King, Harold Ben, Jr. . . . WrightsWUe Beach King, Patricia Jean Taylors, S. C. Kirkley, Dottie Ann Charlotte Kirkman, James Worth Clima.x Knight, Anna Maria Winston-Salem Knight, Barbara Elizabeth Hickory Knight, Carl DeLane Raleigh SOPHOMORES Koonts, Rebecca Lassiter Linwood Kress, Herbert Edward . Florham Park, N. J. Lassiter, Lee Harrison Wagram Laughlin, Brenda Kaye Lawndale Layton, Diane Patricia Charlotte Lentz, Pamela Kay Hickory Lentz, Rita Marcella Concord Leonard, Rebecca Jane Salisbury Lewis, Elizabeth Josephine Cooleemee Lincoln, Edward C Winston-Salem Lindsay, Rebecca Lee Winston-Salem Lipe, Michael Alexander Moores ' ille Lonon, William Don Hickory Lowery, Sandra Kay Gastonia Lucas, Helen Patricia Gastonia Lyerly, Betty Jean Concord Lyons, John Doyle Boone McAle.xander, Gary A Mt. Airy Pnge One Hiaidreii ' lliree McAlpine, Benny Arnold . . Winston-Salem McCallum, Julia Faye Candor McCluney, Calmay Gail .... Rutherfordton McCoU, Norman Hugh, Jr Statesville McCormick, Miriam Gaffney, S. C. McCullen, Joan VVeslie Reidsville McEntire, Merrill Joe Old Fort McEver, John T Davidson McEwen, Mary Katherine . .West Jefferson McGalliard. William Augustus Nebo McGee, Brenda Ann Boomer McGravv, Brenda Yvonne Charlotte McKasaher, Mary Lou Boone McKinney, Linda Caroll Swannanoa McMillan, Mar ' Alice West Jefferson McNulty, Tommy Lee .... Winston-Salem Mackland, Myra Ann Fayetteville Maners, Peggy Lois New London Maples, William Edward .... Richmond. Va. Marlower, Charlotte Ann Asheville Marsh, Henry A. . . .North Hampton, N. H. Martin, Claudia Camille Charlotte Martin, Jo An n Ellenboro Martin, Judith Annette Bostic Martin, Patricia Gail Ronda Massey, Brenda Joyce Charlotte Mast, Gary G Morganton SOPHOMORES Mauney, Franda Jean Dallas May, Julia Grace West Jefferson Meade, Janell Lawndale Merck, Nancy Laura Belmont Metcalf, Roger Dale Candler Michael, Ruby Gvvyn Boone Miles. Harold Dean Sparta Miller, Benjamin Wallace Boone Miller, Joseph S., Jr Poplar Hill. Va. Miller. Lana Kay Greensboro Mills, Jerry ' ayne Salisbury Milton, Sandra Joan Japan Misik, Sharon Frances .... Fort Pierce, Fla. Mitchell, O. Crafton, III Durham Mitchell, Ruben Berkley Greensboro Moffitt, Jerry Freeman Greensboro Moore, James Aubrey Matthews Morris, Carolvn Trov - Q " f . C O o tfV kiii. MfMgirhJ jkdrM Page One ' Huudfed Four Morris, Linda Faye Sanford Morrow, George Raid Mooresville Morton, Brenda Arlene Troy Morton, Mary Jane Albemarle Moxley, Brenda Ann Boonville MuUis, James Clare Matthews Mundy, James William Asheville Munt, Ann Boardman Winston-Salem Murdock, Robert Kerry Statesville Nance, Brenda Anne Hickory Nance, Glenn David TTiomasville Neal, Beverly Ann Marshville Nevvlin, Carl ' endell Leaksville Newsom, Mary Ann ' inston-Salem Newton, Robert Glenn Duncan, S. C. Nichols, Carol Jean Purlear Nickle, George P Newark, Del. Nix, Linda Alice Taylors, S. C. Norville, Diane Marie Rutherfordton Oates, Judy Annita York, S. C. O ' Ham, Margaret Dolores Lenoir O ' Kelley, Gene K China Grove OUis, Margaret Mohr Crossnore Orsborne, Thomas C North Wilkesboro Osborne, Charles W Cycle Padgett, Greta Vann Dale Gastonia Palmer, Shirley Alene Wilbar SOPHOMORES Parker, Charles Brandon Salisbury Parker, Sandra Kaye Hampton, Va. Parsons, Esker Dale Mt. Airy Patterson, James Benson Reidsville Payne, John Charles Bessemer City Payne, Patricia B Charlotte Pearson, Jerone Don Wilkesboro Pearson, Linda Lea Lenoir Pearson, Wayne Douglas Morganton Penninger, C nthia Diane Concord Pennington, Larr ' Gale Tryon Perry, Evelyn Jeanne Hillsboro Pern,man. Jonathan Keats Welcome Phillips, Douglas Neal Neva, Tenn. Pierce. Raymond Ned .... North V ' ilkesboro Pilcher, Margaret Frances Lewis nlle Plonk, Marian Ruth Kings Mountain Poe, Gary Dean Granite Falls ££ t iii ff £ S t L A % ( C . f n M h MM mrA Page One Hundred Five I ' ope, Charlotte Rebecca Charlotte Pope, Judy Meldirene Stony Point Pope, Michael Hoyle Waco Pnteat, Cornelia Faye .... North Wilkesboro Poteat, Doris Cannon Boone Poteat, Linda Esther Jamestown Pounders, Bonnie Leah Raleigh Pounds, James Robert Winston-Salem Powers, Johnny Don Lansing Powers, Margaret Jacqueline Pineville Prevette, Doris Louvene Ronda Pritchard, Elizabeth Ann Stony Point Proctor, Zelma Dianne Marion Ramsey, Celeste Ann Gaffney, S. C. Randall, Linda Joyce Polkton Rautiola, Kenneth Arthur . . Huntsville, Ala. Redmond, Judith Ann LInion Grove Reece, Stephen Malo Dobson Reep, Minnie Faye Lincolnton Reep, Robert Cleoward Charlotte Reid, Larry Lee Winston-Salem Reid, Pauletta Lee Winston-Salem Reid, Phyllis Anne Charlotte Revell, Betty Diane Albemarle Reynolds, Glenda Ada Ararat Rhyne, Da id Alton Lincolnton Rhyne, John Ray Vale SOPHOMORES Richardson, Carl Curtis Boone Richardson, Donna Sellers Charlotte Richardson, Jimmy Ray Thomas ' ille Richmond, Linda Lee Mebane Riddle, Elizabeth Spruce Pine Rigsbee, Sandra Kaye Durham Rimmer, Chesley Leroy Hurdle Mills Roberts, Glenda Sue Lincolnton Roberts, Linda Lee Landis Robinette, Fred Turner, Jr StatesWUe Robinson, Ernestine Candler Robinson, Re ' onda Ka Hickory Robinson, William A Bessemer City Robinson, William Gene Gastonia Roper, Danny W Marion Ross, Durham Landis Ruppe, James H Cliffside Ruppe, Jennie Gail Gaffney, S. C. Page One Hundred Six Russell, George Micheal Salisbury Russell, Martha Ellen Randleman Ruth, Marian Ann Salisbury Satterwhite, Patricia Ann McCain Saunders, Jerry Dean Hildebran Sawey, Bennett Charles Boone Schalk, Sherry Fontana, Wis. Scott, Kemp Winston-Salem Scroggs, Charlie Faye Charlotte Scronce, Leonard Eugene Vale Seaman, Douglas Wade Nebo Seaney, Earla Jean ....Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Seiberling, Da nd V ' illiam . Barberton, Ohio Setser, Elizabeth Gayle Lenoir Settlemyre, Ann Louise . . McConnells, S. C. Setzer, Brenda Elaine Claremont Sharp, Lynn Joyce Stuart, Va. Sheehan, Martha Elaine .... Rutherfordton Shelton, Sandra Kaye Conover Shepherd, Linda Lee Jefferson Shepherd, Nelta Keating .North Wilkesboro Shomaker, Loretta Anne Purlear Shore, Dona Harriet .... North Wilkesboro Shuler, L. Olon, Jr Winston-Salem Shumate, Rita Kay Hickory Sibley, Albin Michael Charlotte Sigmon, John AKin Hickory SOPHOMORES Sigmon, Kemp Ikerd Newton Simmemon, Lorraine Emma Catawba Simmons, Brenda Newton Morganton Simmons, ' ayne Alden . . . .Winston-Salem Simms, Linda J Laurinburg Sink, Kenneth Ray Lexington Sipe, Dennis Ray Hickory Sipe, James W Hickory Skreen, Maxine Faye Rockingham Slate, Lynda Spencer LawsonWUe Smith, Delma Marie Henderson Smith, Eddie Earl Elizabethtown Smith, Joyce Annette Nebo Smith, Larn. ' Arland Statesville Smith, Loretta Leah Drexel Smith, Patricia Eagle Salisbury Smith, Sandra Jennifer Stoneville Snead. Brenda Carolyn Cordova ■ft j Kfe ,fe M v £r) -P » •»- - -th. ' » " f fc- s W Pnge One Hiiudred Seven Snipes, Linda Annice Laurinburg Snyder, Mavis Kaye Winston-Salem Snyder, Rena Byrd Denton Spainhour, Judith Ann Rural Hall Sparks, Patsy Ruth Bakersville Sparks, Sandra Lee Portsmouth, Va. Spencer, Linda Ross Charlotte Squires, Donna Delores Leaksville Stallings, Lazarus King, III Goldsboro Stanley, Donna Elaine Millers Creek Stanley, Sandra Kay Jacksonville, Fia. Stevenson, Janet Morrou ' Statesville Stewart, Barbara Ann Gastonia Stewart, John Alton Kings Mountain Stewart, Lyndell Lee Winston-Salem Stiles, Roland Wayne Thomas ' ille Stimson, Dave S Lenoir Stirewalt, Larry Kent Waco Stone, Gloria Faye Mt. Holly Stroud, Keith McLendon Shelby Stroupe, Charles Wayne Hickory Styles, Albert Eugene Burnsville Sullivan, Brenda Gail Hudson Sullivan, Janie Marie Burlington Sullivan, Sandra Lee Lincolnton Sutton, Mary Ann La Grange Swanson, Brenda Kay Lenoir SOPHOMORES Tate, Larry Paul Bessemer City Tatham, Pallie Sue Black Mountain Taylor, Irma Ernestine Newland Teague, Lina Carolyn Stony Point Teague, Martha Jane Winston-Salem Thiets, Susan Jane Gastonia Thomas, Brenda Arlene . . . .Jackson Springs Thomas, Leslie Heustess Laurinburg Thomas, Lvnn Craig Winston-Salem Thompson, Matthew Joet Spruce Pine Thornton, Amy Lydia Charlotte Thrasher, James Martin Kannapolis Tickle, Carolyn Eleanor Newell Tigniere, Ralph Anthony Charlotte Tilley, Sharon Lee Jonesville Todd, Loretta Ann Charlotte Tort, Mary Ellen Scotch Plains, N. J. Towell, Norma lean Mooresville ri.- r rr h j W-j , M2kd ' ii2£ ' dTM it is JtAJii Page One Hundred Eiglil Townsend, Dorenda Lee Charlotte Trexler, Colleen Amelia Salisbury Triplett, Linda George Blowing Rock Tuckwiller, Hilda Lake Boone Tudor, Judith Elaine Winston-Salem Turner, Douglas Eugene Shelby Turtle, Frances Gail Lewisville Vance, Isla Ann Charlotte Van Steenbeeck. Paulette . . Hollywood, Fla. Vickers, Brenda Justice Lexington Waddell, Bill J West Jefferson Wallace, Brenda Ann Hudson VA ' annamaker, June Violet .Springfield, S. C. Warf , Janet Elaine Asheville Warren, Joyce Marie Stony Point Warren, Sara Juanita Candler Washburn, John Sterlyn Marion Watkins, Mervlvn Diana Raleigh Watson, Lola Mae West Jefferson Weathers, Mildred Fray Shelby Webb, John Piatt Rockingham Webb, Nancy Renn Charlotte Wells, Barbara Gay Hamptonville West, Dolores Ann Greensboro Wheelous, Suzanne Fuller .... Wake Forest White, Beth Elaine Casar White, Fred Sidnev Salisbury SOPHOMORES White, Joseph Michael Winston-Salem White, Robert Roy High Point V ' hitley, Rodney Harry Hickory Wike, Carolyn Sue Lenoir Wilcox, James Bradley Lenoir Wiley, Mary Lillian Kannapolis Wilkerson, Linda Evelyn Asheville Williams, Bill Henry Harrisburg Williams, Julia Kay Mill Spring U ' illiams, William Wilson ...Rocky Mount Willis, Iva Lee Mars Hill Willis, Mary Elizabeth Shelby Wilmoth, Joyce Kay Ennice Wilson, Charles Edward Bakersville Wilson, Earline Fair Bluff Wilson, Lynda Joan Charlotte Wilson, Stephen C Asheville Winecnff . Judy Laneer Statesville V S fe jtm-x V r R G fjf h- ' kjdl iM iiiirfk Pci e One Hundred Nine Wingler, Sharon Lee .... North ' ilkesboro Winkler, Laura Lynn Boone Winkler, Wanda Lorraine Lenoir Wise, Philip Wayne Kannapolis Witherspoon, David Odell Maiden Witherspoon, Jerry Earl Hudson V ' ithrow, Glenn Scott Ellenboro Wolfe, Anna Elizabeth .... Winston-Salem Woodell, iMelvin Allen Greensboro Woody, Patricia Ann Bakersville Wooten, Patricia Dorsett Boonville V ' orthington, Irma Kay Ayden Wright, John Arthur Caldwell, N. J. Wright, Scottie Sue Spruce Pine Wyant, Ida l lae Vale Wyatt, Robert Smith Stoneville Wyatt, Walter Lee Stoneville Wynn, Carol Jean Aberdeen SOPHOMORES Yates, Carol Dean Purlear York, Donald Ray Winston-Salem Young, Elizabeth Rose Spray Young, Mickey Wayne .... Winston-Salem Young, Revel Paul Mt. Airy Zangar, Carol Frances . . Riviera Beach, Fla. Zimmerman, Linda Margaret Valdese f n P F ' ' .7 n- :«SS» ? Page One Hundred Ten Wonder what they ' re doing in Education and Psychology today. Smile! You ' re on " Candid Camera. ' Would you like to share my umbrella? i 5 ' ' J . y %. . ' ' t; - Page One Hundred Eleven ' : JlZ . [ ' -f ' i ' ' i - ■ •f Jerry Barker, President Mike Todd. ' ice-Preiidenl THE FRESHMAN CLASS Tina Diamaduros, Secretai Diane Walton, Treasurer mjj ■mm4 Hpl - " Kpmi lA - " -JllfSSi M ij:- " ' - 1 i . ,.-- Page One Hundred Tirelve FRESHMEN Adams, Lyn Early Greensboro Adkins, Michael Coniad .... Hickor ' Adkins, William Edward . . . Hudson .•Vlexander, Don William Thomasville Allen. David Lee Winston-Salem Allen, Jean Elizabeth Salisbury Allen, Nettie Jane Biscoe Allison, Susan Lynn. . . Huntersville Allred, Joe Steven Mount Airy Angel, Linda Carole High Point Angell, Jane W Hamptonville Anglin, Barbara Jean Burnsville Annas, Priscella Dianne. .. .Hudson Anthony, Gayle Byrd Ronda Arey, Joyce Faye Statesville Ashley, Nanc ' Karen. .WarrensviUe Atkins, Linda Pauline . . Huntersville Atkinson, John Alvin . Winston-Salem Atwell, Larry Baxter Boone Auten. Ruth Patricia Stanley Aycoth, Ronald Bruce Salisbury ' Babb, Stanley Reginald . rden Baker, Steve Douglas Drexel Ball, Judith Ann Robbinsville Ballard, Iva Marguerite. .Lincolnton Barbee, Teena Lynn Concord Barber. Julie Ann Boone Barbera, Robert Earl Goldsboro Barker, Jerry William. .Danville, Va. Barnard, Rebecca Jane. . . Kannapolis Barnes, Barbara Helen Boone Barnes, Susan Carol Charlotte Barr. Carol Rose. .Peach Bottom, Pa. Barrier, Donna Jean Drexel Barrier, Joyce Elizabeth Mount Pleasant Barrier, Sandra Faye .... Greensboro Barron, Daniel Dillard . . . Bakers Tlle Bauguess, Freeman Eugene . . . Boone Beach, Pegg - Jean Lenoir Beam. Phyllis Ann Cherr Tille Bean, .■Man Eugene Wadesboro Beane, Jerr ' Franklin Seagrove Beane, M. Kathleen ... Granite Falls Beaver, Barbara Elizabeth. .Concord Beck, Dorothy Margaret. .Lexington Beck, Kathleen Margaret. .Lexington Beddingfield, Linda Carole Black Mountain Belton, Charlotte Cecilia. . . Mt. Airy Benfield, Betty Jolee Indianapolis, Ind. Bennett, Marilynn Victoria. .Graham Benoist, Wanda Kay . . . Rockingham Berry, Mollie Elaine Julian Bess, Malinda Cloe Shelby Billings, Brenda Carole. . . .Traphill FRESHMEN Bingham, William Sherman. .Boone Black, Iris Hilda Bessemer City Blair, Mary Ellen Charlotte Blalock, Judy Elaine .... Kannapolis Blanton, Evelyn McCracken Rutherfordton Blanton, Grade Ann Raeford Blevins, Blan Edwin Cnimplet Blowe, Royce Carlton Ahoslde Bolick, Arlena Mae Newton Bolick, Shirley Ann Valdese Bolin, Brenda Joyce Belmont Boone, Robert John Asheville Bowles, Joyce Lorraine . . . StatesviUe Bowman, Judy . nne . Winston-Salem Boyd, Sandra Dianne ... Mount Ulla Brackett, Brenda Jo. . Rutherfordton Brady, Margaret Lou , . . Rockingham Branch, Linda Kay Valdese Branden, Susan Jean Charlotte Brandon, Jane Ann Cocoa, Fla. Brandon, John Max Cramerton Brandon, Rose Mary Belmont Braswe!], Brenda Tamara ... Concord Brendel, Phil Vale Brewer, Benjamin Kidd Winston-Salem Brewer, Betty Marie Clemmons Brewer, Patricia Gail Hickory Bridges, Jerry Lee Shelby Britt, Laura Frances Charlotte Brittain, Britt Hickory Brittain, Mary Edith. Lake City, Fla. Broome, Sharron Kay Charlotte Brown, Becky Elaine Hamlet Brown, Carole Paige. . Leesburg, Fla. Brown, Michael Dewayne Clyde Brown, Michael Ellis Valdese Broyhill, Jane Cowles Lenoir Buchanan, Barbara Jean. High Shoals Buchanan, Wanda Carol ... Catawba Bumgarner, Candler Hayes. Gaslonia Burgess, Delia Rose. . Winston-Salem Burleson, Michael Ray ... Albemarle Burress, Myra Jeanne Lenoir Burris, Watt H Mount Pleasant Butler, Gene ' ieve Martha. .Asheville Byeis, Joann Marie Lexington Cabaniss, Jerry Wayne Cherokee Falls, S. C. Cain, Jerry Wayne. .Winston-Salem Camlin, Emily Kay Hamlet Campbell, Brenda Marsha. .. Maiden Campbell, Julie Atken New York, N. Y. Campbell, LuciUe Gayle . . Leaksville Canipe, Christopher Richard Jouesville Cannady, Edith Ann. . . .Franklinton FRESHMEN Cantrell, Margaret Ann Hendersonville Cappel, Susan Edith Valdesc Carroll, Phyllis Joan Denton Carson, Polly G. . . North Wiliesboro Carson, Vernon Franklin Kings Mountain Carter, Betty Jane . . . Laurel Springs Cash, Jerry Daniel. . .Chesnee, S. C. Cashion, Jeannie Lee Boone Cassidy, Ronald Edward .... Madison Chambers, Joan Sharon Maggie Valley Chapman, Leon Norman. Lincoln ton Cheek, Evelyn Diane Asheboro Chener -, Mollis Mayo Hickor ' Childers, Brenda Elaine . . Hildebran Childers, Jerr - Phillip Caroleen Childers, Pamela Kay Kings Mountain Childres, Karen Jean Hickor - Christian, Bonnie Rae.Myack, N. Y. Church, William Bowen, UI Meriden, Conn. Clark, Leon Paul Conover Clark, Virginia Gail Lenoir Clark, Wilma Lee Newland Clarke, Beverly Von Newton Clayton, Carl Alan . . . . Summerf ield Clayton. Robert Wesley .. Kannapolis Clinton, Michael Jay Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Cobb, Sarah Jean Lowell Coe, Patricia Evelyn Dobson Coffey, Franklin Delano. . Edgemont Coffey, Leroy Cleveland Boone Cole, Patsy Christina . Chesnee, S. C. Collette, Martha Ann . Winston-Salem Collins, Kay Nelle Newland Conley, Hazel Imogene Shelby Cook, Dillard Samuel, Jr. Mount Air ' Cook. John Edward Boone Cook, Roger Bill Mount Airy Cooper, Sandra Lynne Wilson Coppley, Judith Clifford .... Spencer Comwell, Michael Lloyd. Lincolnton Costner, James Cleveland Connelly Springs Cottingham, Jane Edens. Chapel Hill Cotton, Patricia Jeanne Cary Cottrell, James Albert Boone Covington, Linda Chilton Pilot Mountain Cozart, Armanda Nell. . . . Cramerton Creason, Judy Ann Mocksville Crotts, Sylvia Jo Lexington Culbertson, Clyde Burls. .. Salisbury Cunningham, Sarah Jane Hendersonville Dale, Linda Gay Spruce Pine Davis, Brenda Kay Randleman Davis, Janice Kay Denton Davis, Honey Leonard. II.Goldsboro tP ' f ' i F f O FRESHMEN Deal, Willard M., Jr. . Arlington, Va. Deaton. Linda Kay Shelby DeHart, James Edward Newton Dennis, George Edward Glen Echo. Md. Denton. Carol Ann Springfield, Mass. Dew, Louis Ishinuel. Jr.. .Leaksville Diamaduros, Tina George. . Charlotte Dildy, Pamela Ann Asheboro Dover. Donna Jean Shelby Dover, Nancy Susan Charlotte Dowdy, Sandra Kay Sanford Drye, Carolyn Marie Gold Hill Dull. Linda Elizabeth ... Mocks -iUe Duncan, Darlene Elizabeth Wilkesboro Dunn, Larry Wayne. . . .Kannapolis Durgin, Nancy Ann Concord Dyer, Mary Frances North Wilkesboro Dyson, Carol Ann. . .Tacoma. Wash. Earnhardt. Joyce Ray Salisbury Earp, Judy Ella Traphill Easterling, Betty Carole Hartsville, S. C. Edminsien. Evelyn Dare. . . . Boone Edwards, Miriam Lynn . . Ansonville Edwards, Nancy Carol Winston Salem Eldreth, Lois Rosa Lansing Eller, Donna Lynn Spencer IiIHs. James Mondell Advance I.mbree, Jack Raymond, Jr. . Ramseur Ensor, Joann Bakersville Ervin, Wayne Kelly Jacksonville Eudy, Doris Ann .Albemarle Euliss, Phyllis Hope Liberty Faman, Carolyn Jenkins. . Charlotte Feezor, Nancy Lee Spencer Ferguson, Muriel Patricia. .. .Lenoir Fields, James H., III.. Clover. S. C. Fiizpatrick. James F. .Levittown. Pa. Flenniken, Wanda Lanie. .Asheboro Flippin, Euna Elaine. . . .Stuart, Va. Flynt, Robert Hoke. .Winston-Salem Foard, William S Newton Foil, Janice Leola Kannapolis oris Louise . Rutherfordton Foster, Billie Weymouth Blowing Rock Foster, Howard Allen. . .Kannapolis Fowler, Barbara Gail Connelly Springs Francis, Martha Halsey. . .Hannony Freeman, William David . Wadesboro Frye. John Sh.idrack Carthage Fuller, James C Mocksville Ciaines, Victoria Joyce... Bear Creek Gara enta. Norma Jean Marion Gardner, Robert Swain .... Durham Geymont, Jerry Douglas. .Lincolnlon FRESHMEN Gibson, Jan Paris High Point Gibson, Maxine Laurel Hill Gibson, Patricia Lee . Winston-Salem Gilbert George Coley .... Mocksville Gilliam, Margaret JuHanne Morgan ton Glass, Leslie Ruth Greensboro Glass, Linda Joan Kannapolis Glavan, Frances Emily Winston-Salem Goad, Roscoe Lee, Jr Mayodan Godfrey, Diane M Norfolk, Va. Goforth, Linda .... Kings Mountain Goodman, Linda Marie Polkton Goodson, Ronda Gail Maiden Graham, Rosa Ann Raeford Greene, John David Lenoir Gregor ' , Eugene Michael . Statesville Griffin, Larry F Snow Camp Griffin, Thomas Stephen .. Albemarle Griffin, William Joseph . . Greensboro Grose, Susan Romona . . . Forest City Grubbs, Mar - Gwen. . . . Laurinburg Grubbs, Rosemar ' Leigh Winston-Salem Gurley, D. Dean Lenoir Gurley, Wanda Elaine Hickor Guthrie, Susan Kay Hickor ' Gutknecht, Robert Allan New Kensington, Pa. Hagler, B. Anna Concord HaU, James Edgar Marion Hall, Millard Frank. Jr Drexel Hammonds, Phyllis Chloe Lincolnton Handy, Margaret Alice Raleigh Hannah, Elizabeth Marion . Sa]isbur ' Hansil, Nancy Lynn Bel mont Hardin, Linda Brack. . . .Greensboro Harris, Evon Virginia Lenoir Harris, Jacqueline Elaine Thomasville Harris, John Paul Troy Harrison, Aleda Eva Lenoir Hart, Jerry Clayton Claremont Hart, Martha Jane Lawsonville Hanvood, Edith Lucille. .Albemarle Har vood, Elizabeth Ann. . .Asbeville Hass, James Ronald Statesville Hatley, Jane Elizabeth Concord Hawes, Rebecca Vemice. . .Shallotte Hawn, Patricia Gail Hickory Hayes, Catherine Ann Elkin Hayes, Elizabeth Ann Elkin Heath, Cooper Douglas, Jr. Whiteville HefFeman, Bruce Floyd Saginaw, Mich. HefFner, Mary Elaine. .. Horse Shoe Hefner, Clydie Lucille Newton Henderson, James Edwin Union Grove Henley, Camillia Sue Newton p .p, (T p FRESHMEN Henson, Betty Faye Forest City Henson, Judy Ann Vilas Hemdon. Beverly L. . Kings Mountain Hester, William F Raleigh Hiatt, Billy Ray Mt. Aiiy Hicks, Doris Lee... Pilot Mountain Hill, Jenny Rea Smithfield Hinds, Robert William LeWttown, Pa. Hoeflinger. Daniel Andrew Butler, N. J. Holcombe, Mary Rebecca Rutherford College Holder, Brenda Elaine . . . Lewisv-ille Holder, Evelyn Sue Clemmons Hnlleman, Jayne Ellis Fuquay Springs Holman, Barbara Anne Lenoir Holman, Sandra Elizabeth ... Lenoir Honeycutt. Joyce Ann Cliffside Hood, Barbara Jane. Holly Hill, Fla. Hoots, Burma Jean . . Chesnee, S. C. Hoover, Carolyn Alice Boone Horton, Jean Viola Hickory Hovis, Patricia Ann .. Bessemer City Hoyle. Jinvmie David Shelby Hudson, Frances Carol Ennice Hudson, Wanda Yvonne. .Cramerton Huff, Paul Ernest, Jr. . Winston-Salem Huffman, Mervin Nicky ... Gastonia Huffman, Patricia Wilkesboro Huffman, Patricia Gail . . . . Conover Huffstetler, Linda Rose Dallas Hughes, Richard Earl. . . .Burlington Huneycutt. David Carl. Rockinghan. Hunt. Allan William Lawndale Isenbour, Evelyn Fay Conover Isenhower, Janet Claire. ... Hickorj ' Ijames, Steve Dudley Harmony Jarrett, Helen Sue Thomasville Jenkins, Ronnie Leroy . Chesnee, S. C. Jinnette, Carmel Darlene. . Goldsboro Johnson, Betty Louise. .. Kaimapolis Johnson, Glenda Ruth Denton Johnson, Mickeal Lee Boone Johnson, Patricia Anne Raleigh Jolley. Sheldon Treva Elkin Jolly, Eric Stephen. .Black Mountain Jones, Janice Raye Hudson Jones, Joseph Ray Fig Jones, Terr ' Hampton Faith Keaton. Robert Dean . . . . Morganton Keener. Bett ' Kathryn . . Greensboro Keener, Sharon Diane Belmont Kelly, Gail Elizabeth Raeford Kester, Norleen . nn Salisbury Keyes, Richard M Lenoir Kimbrell. Dorothy Jewel North Wilkesboro FRESHMEN Kincaid, Man ' Ann Fleenvood King, James Wayne Kannapolis Kiser, Margaret Beth. . . .Lincolnton Kiser, Sharon Sue. . . .Bessemer Cit - Klosky. Karen Ellen. . .Wa ' nesville Komogay, William Burton, Jr. Wilmington Lachot, Jane Gay. Rutherford College Lail, Carolyn Louise Conover Laird, Sarah Lou Advance Lane, Phyllis Gail Pinnacle Lang, Karen Anne Morganton Langley, Sandra Jo Durham Lanning. Hoy Samuel Boone Laramy, John Edward CaldweU. N. J. Lasnier, Richard S. .. .Bristol, Conn. Lawing, Judy Elaine Charlotte Lawrence, Alice Earlene West Jefferson Leatherwood , Lynda Jean Waynesville Lee, Buddy Gene Lenoir Lee, Henr - E., Jr High Point Lee, Michael Stephen. . . .Lawndale Lefko, Eric Samuel. . . .Misenheimer Leigh, James Baker. Kings Mountain Leonard, Margaret Ann . . Greensborci Leonard, Sandra Susan. , .Lexington Leonard, Steven Joe. . . .High Point Liles. Carolyn Kaye Spencer Liles, Emily Florence Asheboro Liles, Linda Faye Spencer Lingerfelt, Hal Dean Vale Link, Emma Jean Ashevillt- Link, Monita Anne Statesville Litaker, Brenda Joyce. . . .Kannapolis Litaker, Linda Jean Kannapolis Little. John Rodney ... Hialeah. Fla. Lockman, Sharon Virginia Lincolnton Loflin, Willie Mae... New London Long, Lynn Kaye Cycle Long, Nancy Marie Ca-Vel Long, William Alton .... Greensboro Lovelace. Ann Willis. . . .High Point Lewder, Maria Lynn . Winston-Salem Lowe, Amelia Ann Charlotte Lowe, Linda Sue Lowgap Lutz, Evelyn Faye Lincolnton Lyerly, James Woodrow. Mount Ulla Lynn, Freida Dianne Gastonia McBryde. Joan Elizabeth. .Albemarle McCall, Emily Christiana Laurinburg McCalK Jerr - Wesbrook. . .Stedman McCann, Larry Gene. Roaring River McCIellan, Linda Jane Monroe McConnell, Gar ' Benny. .Lincolnton McCormick. Betty Jean ... Low Gap £hi£k itft t f££t£ -P " ■ ( •O !!!? A ! iT: « , «». l rT -f iL FRESHMEN McCraw, Shirley Imojean . Mt. Airy McDaniel, Barbara Jean. .Cooleemee McDonald, Joel Haydeal . Mootes dlle McFarling. David Stanley ... Blanch McGee, Gerald Thomas .. Greensboro . McHargue, Linda G»vyn . . Statesville Mclnnis, Judy Marie Salisbury Mclntyxe, Fletcher Eugene New London McKenzie, Mary Sue Shannon AIcKinney, Joyce Ann . . . Bakersville McKinnis, Carolyn . ' nn . .Statesville McKnight, Lena Gilbert. .. Mt. Airy McKoon, Carl Thomas Winston-Salem McMinn, Roger Dale. . . .Forest City McMurry, Linda Sue Concord McNair, Lucy Ann Hamlet McNeill, Charlotte Anne .. Charlotte McNeill, Hubert . rch Maxton McRae, Judith Olivia Asheboro McRae, Mildred Louise . . Wadeshoro Macchia, Tommy Michael. .Whitnel Mace, Rentha Diana Lincolnton Malambri, William F Fairmont Maness, Mary Alice Carthage Mann. Paula Gaye Concord Maples, Martha Rachel. Rockingham Marino, Vincent, Jr. West Babylon, N. Y. Martin, Henr - Hatcher ... Charlotte Martin, Nancy Ann Westfield Martin, Nancy Anne Gastonia Martin, Teresia Starleen. . .Gastonia Martin, Thomas L. . .Winston-Salem Maskell, Janet Ruth . . Nyack, N. Y. Matthews, Elaine Carolyn Thomasville Mauldin, Billy Joe Albemarle Mauney, Nancy Lee Lincolnton Maxwell. Peter Nunnally. Charlotte .Maynard, Robert Lee, Jr. . Yadkinville Mazzaferro, Kennetb Eugene. .Boone Meads, Alma Elizabeth Elizabeth City Meats, Phillip Donald. Milford, Del. Medlin, Catherine Theresa .. Kinston Medlin, Patricia Kathleen . . Catawba Meeks, Donna Kay Reidsville Metiers, Brenda Joyce. .. .Lexington .Miller, Bronda Kay Landis Miller, Jane Henley Asheboro Miller. Joyce Deborah Hickory Miller, Larry Rondal. Winston Salem Miller, Richard Matthew .. Reidsrille Miller, Susan Jane Charlotte Mitchell, Carol .-n Ann Caroleen Mitchell, EUzabeth Anne. .. Hickory Moody, Nancy Jean Charlotte FRESHMEN Moore, Gerald Franklin Maiden Moore, James Hubert . . . Lincolnton Moore, Joan Annette. ... Greensboro Moore, Nancy Ruth Statesvillc Moorhead, Robert Carlisle Blacksburg, S. C. Moretz, J. B Boone Morgan, James Edwin. .Swannanoa Morgan. Judith Gale... High Point Morgan, Maxton Lloyd. . . . Asheboiu Morgan, Ronald Zack Candler Motris, Dwight Malcolm. .PfafFtown Morris, Joanna Ray Albemarle Morris, Sandra Ellen Concord Morrow, Janice Joan .... Forest Citj ' Morrow, Sandra Lee .... Forest City Morton, Gary Lamar Albemarle Moser, Judy Ann Hickory Moss, Janette Elaine Hickory Murphy, Sandra Jean Mebane Murrell, Linda Carol. . . .Greensboro Myers, Barbara Anne Durham Myers, Sadie Katherine Candor Neese, Sandra Lee. .Abingdon, Va. NeiU, Lynda Sue Troutman Nelligan, Roberta Gae. ... Charlotte Newton, Susie Conover Nix, Jimmy Lee Laurens, S. C. Norman, Martha Geneva. Morganlon Norris, Lowell Thomas Todd Oakley, Nancy Ellen Mebane Olivo, George Michael .... Asheborn Ollis, Jack Edward Minneapolis Ormand, Keith Walter. .. Columbus Orr, Dollie Geraldine Charlotte Overcash, Grady Kay. . . Mooresville Overcash, John Gibson. . . .Charlotte Parker, Janice Faye. . . .Rockingham Parker, Ralph Williams. . .Madison Parks, Karen Sue Lexington Parsons, Jo Ann .. North Wilkesboro Paschall, LaRue Faye. . . Youngsville Pattillo, Mary Lydia . . . Bryson City Patton, Mabel Powell. . . Morganton Paul, Peter James. .Cape May, N. J. Pearson, Joyce Kay. Kings Mountain Peebles, Ross Alexander Candler Peeler, Linda Joy Salisbury Pence, Brenda Elaine. .Rockingham Perry, Brenda Kaye Shelby Perrj ' , Sharon Layne Hickory ' Pettus, Linda Carolyn Winston-Salem Philbeck, Sandra Lee .... Statesville Phillips, Carol Elizabeth. . . . Hickor ' Phillips. David Lee Hickor - M ■MJTM FRESHMEN Phillips, Ralph Edward West Jefferson Phillips, Thomas Franklin . . Carthage Phipps, Betsy Ross .... McLeansville Piltman. Janet Eileen ... Jacksonville Plemmons, Phyllis .Anne Candler Plott, Nancj- Karen Concord Poole. Dorothy Anne. . . . Statesville Poole, Herb Lesser Taylorsville Poole. Hubert Ray Marion Poovey, John Spencer. .Granite Falls Poplin, Gayle Michael Ronda Poteat. Alda Elaine Salisbur - Poteat, Bobby Gregory Valdese Powers, Mary Claudia . . Swannanoa Presson, Judy Irene Monroe Price. Kenneth Horace. . . .Lawndale Price, Robert Benjamin ClifFside Pritchard, Herman Selby Annapolis, Md. I ' ritchett. Martha Louise. Banner Elk Propst. Linda Gail Hickory Purser, Wanda Kay Kannapolis Ramey, Patricia Ann Charlotte Ramsaur, Charles Louie . . . Lawndale Reavis, Thelma Darlene. .. Charlotte Reid, Claudia Kay Gastonia Rempson, Nancy Carol .... Asheboro Renegar. Gayle Elaine. .. .Charlotte Reno, Susan Claire Taylorsville Rhyne, Reginald Jack Gastonia Richards, Blenda Mae Valdese Riddle. Jolene Spruce Pine Rider. Catherine Lynnette. .. Liberty Ridge, Norma Bain . . Winston Salem Rigdon. Janice Rhea Brevard Ritcher, Rebecca Louise. . .Columbus Roach. Marilyn Kay High Point Roberts. Betty Anne .... Greensboro Roberts, M. Diane. .Kings Mountain Robinson, Aretha Bemice. .. Candler Robinson, Katherine M. . . Bumsi-ille Rodgers, Jane Marie Reidsville Roland, Linda Ellen. .. Warrensrillc Roofe, Sandra Kay Hamlet Rose, Glenn Erie Bear Creek Rose. William Christopher. .Maiden Roten, J. R West Jefferson Royall, VeLma Lee .... Roaring Gap Rudisill, Diane Theresa .... Hickory Rudisill, Marilyn Dian Newton Ruppe, Zara Lee Gaffney, S. C. Russell. Alma Gail Graham Russell, E ' alina Asheville Ryan. Linda Je»n Miami, Fla. Saffo, Constantine George Wilmington FRESHMEN Sain, . iiiiette Vale Samaras, John Michael Winston-Salem Sampson. Annie Lee. . . .Greensboro Sams, Rometia Joy Candler Sams. Ronnie Ray Asheville Sanders, Sara Elizabeth. . . .Camden Satterwhite, Jerry Wayne. .Salisbury Saunders, Myrtle Ann Troy Sebastian, Kenneth E. North Wilkesboro Schriefer, Melvin Leonard, Jr. Baltimore, Md. Scott, Audrey Gray Pinnacle Scott, Carol Lee. . -Whitemarsh, Md. Seagroves, Thomas Vernon. New Hill Sears, Carolyn Ann Hickorj ' Secrest. Jonathan Glenn Drexel Seitz. Kalherine Faye Newton Sellers, Loy Furman Fallston Setzer, Bettj- Jean Lenoir Shaver, Mickey Paul Statesville Shellman, David Wayne. . Cramerton Shelton. Judy Frances Marshall Sherrill. N. Ruth Hickoo Shields. Becky Sue Gastonia Shields. Nano- Jane Kemersville Shive, Cherr anna Elizabeth Salisbur ' Shoe, Charles Martin Concord Shore, David Sanders Boonville Shuford. Joe Lawrence Maiden Shuford, Thomas Martin . Lincolnton Shuford, Trudy Gail Gastonia Shaping. Richard Edward. .Salisbur Simmons. Brenda Joy Lenoir Sipe, Judy Eleanor Ml. Holly Sitton, Donald McKinley. Horse Shoe Slawson, Judy Lee Kannapolis Slay, Barbara Jo Ft. Pierce, Fla. Sloan, Carolyn Elizabeth. .Charlotte Sloop, Gerald Richard. . .Yadkinville Smith, Allen Edgar .. Winston-Salem Smith. Charles Edgar.. China Grove Smith, Don Lane. . . . V ' inston-Salem Smith, Ellen Ray Graham Smith. Eula Edith Elk Park Smith. GeneWeve Sue ... Greensboro Smith, Helen Marie Marion Smith, Jane Carolyn Varina Smith, Judith Ann Charlotte Smith, Lynda Kay Alexis Smith, Martha Margaret Car Smith, Stuart Warren. .Danville, Va. Snyder, Richard Charles Winston-Salem South. Patricia Margaret Alexandria, Va. Spangler. Martha Kalherine. . Shelby Spangler, Sandra Jo Grover io - FRESHMEN Spearman, Norma Lou Kings Mountain Spivey. James Norman, Jr. Winston Salem Sprague, Ginny Ann Charlotte Sprinkle, Gilbert Taylor. . .Salisbury Stafford. Marilyn Luc Winston Salem Stafford, Shirley Ann Black Mountain Staley, Sara Lynne Shelby Stallings. Barbara Ruth . . . Reidsville Starr, Richard Worrell .. Mount Airy St. Aubin, Elizabeth Ann Steelman, David Lindsay. .Boonville Stem, Mary Nell Raleigh Stephens, Nancy Woodward . Raleigh Stevenson, Susan Jane Statesville Stikeleather, Thomas Derr Stony Point Stockton, Rebecca Anne Newark, Del. Sullivan. Jimmy Roger Lansing Tally, Steve Earl .... Winston Salem Tate, Dorothy Louise. .. Forest City Taylor. Anna Ruth Lenoir Taylor, Pattie Elizabeth .. Kannapolis Taylor. Robert Lee II Newton Teachoul, Leo Joseph Beaufort Tennant, John Allen Crossnore Tester. Jerry Virgil Boone Tilley, Olivia Kay Mount Airy Thomas, Brenda Gail Gastonia Thomas, Doris Jean Rockingham Thomas. E ' izabeth Jane ... Charlotte Thomas. Resa Ann Marshall Thomas. Sylvia Leigh Hiddenite Thompson, Charles Joseph Kern ersvi lie Thompson, Linda Sue. . . .Albemarle Todd, James Michael Boone Toole, Linda Kay Charlotte Triplette, Tommy Walter. . . .Lenoir Tucker, Virgie Elizabeth. .Troutman Turbyfill, Mary Grace Maiden Turner. Jack Allison Shelby Tyner, Harold Eugene. .. Kannapolis Upchurch, Mary Michael. . .Raleigh Verble. Mary Elizabeth .. Mooresville ' ick, Helen Jeiinette. . . High Point ' ogler. Janine Elsie Advance Wade, Shirley Ann Laurinburg U ' aggoner. Michael Woosley Walkertown Waldrop, Linda Lee Greenville, S. C. Wallace, Jennifer Downing South Miami, Fla. Walton, Diane Sue Graham Warf, Connie Lou Ashevillc Weaver, Wesley Maurice, III Winston-Salem Webb, Agnes Jane.. Barium Springs Welbom, Martha Elizabeth Deep Gap Welborn. William Newton Deep Gap FRESHMEN West, Nelda Rachel Ferguson West, Nora Clarice Marble West, Shirley Ann Mooresville Westmoreland, Sandra Louise Thomasville Whealton, Harold Francis Morehead City Wheless, Shirley Ann. . . .Louisbuig Whisenant, David Howard Morganton Whisnant, Barbara Jane. . .Polkville Whisnant. Veria JMae Whitnel White. Anita Ruth Hickory White, Harold Edward Winston-Saleni White, James Parrell Guilford College White, Joyce Anne Casar Whitmer, James Morrison . Goldsboro Whittaker, Margaret Lane. . Hickory Wilbom, Mary Elizabeth Huntersville Wilcox, Winton W., Jr. Chapel HiU Wilkerson, Hildred Anne Wilmington Wilkes, Charles Stanley .. .Charlotte Wilkinson, Joe Shelton Newton Wilkinson, Patsy Ann Mt. Ulla Willett, Barbara Kay Smithfield Williams, David Ainsworth Rutherfordton Williams, Regina Elliott. . Lexington Willis, LeNora Ann Vale Willis, Virgil W Valdese Wilson, Anna Christine Granite Falls Wilson, Judith Ann . . . . Bakersville Wilson, Mickie Janell Icard Wilson, Rebecca Ellen Mebane Wood, Peggy Lee Mebane VV ood, Virginia Evelyn Draper Woody, John Lyda Spruce Pine Wright, Kenneth Neal . . . . Asheboro Wyatt, Mary Grey Salisbury Yelton, Charles David Spindale Yokley, Winfred Keith.. High Point York, Doris Ann Liberty Youmans, Betty Sue Waynesboro, Pa. Vount, Judith Elaine. . Granite Falls Yount, Vickie Beryl .. Granite Falls i d ' Ad .k 9- 0f . % x 4|S hp r-j -1 Page One Hundred Twenly-five In iiFmnrtam Dr. Daniel Jay Whitener August 17, 1898 -March 23, 1964 Page One Hundred Twenty-six In iii mnrtam Ur. J. C. Wright May 22, 1894-July 14, 1963 Mr. John Justice December 27, 1904- August 16, 1963 Page One Htindred Twenty-seven ACTIVITIES Climb ev ' ry mountain, Ford ev ' ry stream . . . " No man is wise enough by himself. " — PLAUTUS ;w»ii ' ' km ■4 V • ' « - 1 , mM ' n t .. it. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council represents the voice of each student at Appalachian. Many hours are spent discussing and planning to bring about the type of campus life which would benefit each student. Chet Hill President of Student Body OmCERS First row: Brenda Petree, Correspond- ing Secretary; Ronnie Brooks, Sponsor; Pat Pittman, Reporter. Second row. Jim Thornhill, Vice-President; Larry Lentz. Recording Secretary; Frank Pa ' ne, Jr., Treasurer. Page One Hundred Thirty SEMOR REPRESENTATIVES First rmv: Sandra Riser, Larry Lentz, Jill Knight. Second roiv: Frank Maristany, Jim TTiornhill, Larry Crabtree, Frank Payne, Jr., Chet Hill. Not pictured: Frank Crow. JUNIOR REPRESENTA ' H 1 S First row: Pat Pittman, Brenda Petree, Judy Stiller. Second roiv: Clarence Chapman, Rudy Diamond, Frank Durham. Not pic- tured: John Day. REPRESENTATIVES SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES Alis Johnson, Thurman Hollar, Charlie Faye Scroggs. Not pic- lured: Judy Oates. FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVES Seated: Tina Diamaduros. Standing: Jerry Barker. Page One Hundred Thirty-one Rae Worth iNGTON Editor We, the staff of the 1964 Rhododendron, hope that you will enjoy this annual as much as we ha ' e enjoyed compiling it for you. Our theme, " Climb E ' ' ry Mountain, " tells of someone searching for a goal and a dream. We hope that you will be able to remember this theme as you search for your dream at Appalachian and your goal in life. 1964 RHODODENDRON Staff seeks complete EDITORIAL STAFF First row: Barbara Bedwell, Rita Alexander, Beth Stevens, Pegg - Editor; Jane Davenport, Julia Eckard, Dian Frazier. Third row: Beal Sibert. Second row. Aloma Beaver, Shirley Moore, Sports Judith Foster, Gail Sides, Ruth Hunter, Co-Feature Editor; Mary Editor; Pegsv Hamilton, Activities Editor; Priscilla Savage, Class Anne Dockery. Carolyn Glasccie, Bctv Sht-pi iril Page One Hundred Thirty-two BUSINESS STAFF First row: Delores St. Clair, Diane Belk, Katylee Shunk. Second raw: Addie Green, Margaret Glenn, Carol Jones, Sondra Al- bert. Third row: Brenda Black, Louise Williams, Jane Kelly, Judy Brandon, Mary Rhyne Lackey. coverage and variety as basic yearbook aims. Dorothy Beard Harris Business Manager Miss Elizabeth Fox Sponsor 1 1 1 1 V -- f BS g 1 M m ' k H M 1 1 B ' iJ H 1 Bk ' -«ii l l M f H B vV H i " ■— . . jn Vagc One Uiind-cd Thiit) llti Ruth Hunter Editor The Appalachian, a weekly newspaper which has no faculty or administrative censorship, is published by a staff comprised of students who maintain at least a 2.00 quality point rating and who are interested in writing. The editor and business manager are chosen in a campus- wide election held each year during the latter weeks of winter quarter. In addition to membership in the Associated Collegiate, Inter-Collegiate, and Carolina Collegiate press associa- tions, The Appalachian maintains an exchange system with newspapers of other colleges and uni ' ersities all over the United States and abroad. Each year delegates attend the National Associate Col- legiate Press Con ' ention to study and discuss changing concepts in the field of journalism with other college newspaper representatives. This year four delegates at- tended the con ' ention in New York City, New York. The staff has endeavored to present accurate news, in- teresting features, and stimulating ideas to the students in the 1963-64 issues of The Appalachian. The main editorial policy was centered around cultivating a student body awareness of campus activities. THE APPALACHIAN provides students Gratis Williams and Rogers Whitener Sponsors Page One Hundred Thirty-four Judy Moore Business Manager 3 H ■ 1 Kshtlvv H EDITORIAL STAFF First row: Louise Tate, Phyllis Euliss, Brenda Laughter. Second row: Marvin Helton. Beth White. Edward Lincoln, Van Morrow, Iris Black, Jimmie Burchette. Third row: David Freeman, Ora Eads, Danny Church, Michael Lipe, Joe Shuford. CIRCULATION STAFF Firsf row: Jeanie Norton, Mike Waggoner, Barbara Watts. Second row: Alice Hollar, Pat Huffman, Ruth Sherrill, Anne Brown. Third roir: Sandra Keener, David Shepherd, Susan Guthrie. with complete campus coverage and news. EDITORS First row: Julia Eckard, Exchange Editor; Carolyn Howell, Pic- News Editor; Bee Sweatt, Feature Editor; Lewis Gaston, Sports ture Manager; Lynn Newlin, Lay-out Editor; Jo Anne McCas- Editor; Reid Morrow, Co-Circulation Manager; Eddie Teeter, Co- lin, Circulation Department Head. Second row: Tom Rhyne, Circi( a( o. ' i Manager. Page One Hundred Thirty-five ALPHA CHI OFFICERS John Allen Lett, Jr President Pearl G. Robinson Vice-President Lee Rhoades . Secretary Rosemary Edwards Treasurer Dr. John G. Barden, Dr. Frank Randall, Mr. Howard ]ames Ryan Sponsors An honorary scholastic society, ALPHA CHI is open to all Juniors and Seniors who have attained a quality point rating of 3.25, the membership not to exceed five percent of the classes ' enrollment. The purpose of this society is to promote high scholarship, to encourage sin- cere and zealous endeavor in all fields of knowledge and service, and to de ' elop an appreciation of scholarlv en- deavor in others. ' , M f i Judith Ann Abernethy Carolyn L. Adkins Betty Ann Allred Mary Louise Avery Drusilla Jean Beal Charlotte Blackburn Mary Ellen Blevins Sylvia Kay Bowers Glenda Susan Bradley Pamela Ann Brown Nancy Gaye Cook Brenda Kay- Cooke Lawrence W. Davis Bessie M. Dawkins Rosemary Edwards Mary Jane Eller Judith Ann Foster Donna C. Havnaer Helen Ruth Hoke Minnie Price Hyler Janet Faye Johnson Linda Johnson Kerley Lyndell W. Kerley Jill Ann Knight John Allen Lett, Jr. Frank Maristaney- Jerry F. Mashburn Brenda Joyce Petree Loma Patricia Reel Paul Henry Reuter, Jr. Lee Rhoades Pearl G. Robinson Nadine Sadler Dennis G. Saunders Sara Catherine Sawey Brenda Gail Sides Kenneth Kirk Smith Betty McNeill Stanley Cora Grace Toney Jerry Lee Van Dytce William L. Wallace Susie 1 L Whisnant Rae Worthington Not Pictured: Joseph M. Coch- ram, Joan Walton Grigg, Lillian M. Hatley, Marilyn Deanna Starr, Patsv Ann Stors-, Dr. Bar- den, Dr. Randall, Mr. Rvan. Page One Hundred Thiny-six ALPHA LAMBDA SIGMA OFFICERS Tina Robinson President Carolyn Howell Secretary-Treasurer Miss Aldriege Sponsor The objectives oF Alpha Lambda Sigma are to stimulate interest in literature and creative writing; to provide an outlet for creative thought and expression; to acquaint indi iduals with literary trends; and to judge and criticize as well as to stimulate aesthetic appreciation oF literature. First roir: Cariil yn Howell, Tina Robinson, Glenda Julian. Second row. Annie Dilling, Mary Hailey Sweatt, CoUee Riddle, Judy Cummings. ALPHA PSI OMEGA OFFICERS Jerry Bryant President Gail Dobbins Vice-President Priscilla Savage Secretary-Treasurer Rogers W ' hitener Sponsor Ravlene Ball Jerry Bryant Frank Crow Gail Dobbins Van Morrow Charles Rives Priscilla Savage M. ' RTHA Smoot RaE WORTHINGTON Rogers Whitener The Lambda Zeta Cast of Alpha Psi Omega was the first organization on campus to become a Greek letter fraternity. Their purpose is to honor those who excel in play production. One must belong to Playcrafters and be skilled in all facets of play pro- duction to become a member of this organization. iVof pictured: Frances Coving- ton, Doris Elliott, Annette Shu- ford, Don Starnes. Page One Hundred Thirty-seven BETA BETA BETA OFnCERS George Simmons President Mitchell Hoyle Vice-President Shirley Moore Secretary-Treasurer Drusilla Beal Historian Dr. I. W. Carpenter Sponsor The Beta Psi Chapter of BETA BETxA BETA is an honorary biological society open only to those students who have maintained a B a ' erage in at least eighteen hours of biology. During the fall and winter quarters, pledges are rushed. Drusilla Beal Glenda Bradley Nelson Brooks Bessie Dawkins Wilson Clyde Carroll Gerald Denny Mitchell Hoyle Linda Johnson Kerley ' Shirley Moore George Simmons Constance P. Smith Betty- Sue Walker Rodney L. Weinberg Not pictured: Dr. 1. W. Carpen- ter, Dr. Ray Derrick, Mr. Kent Robinson, Dr. Teunis Vergeer. CHI LAMBDA CHI OFFICERS Charles McLean President Herbert Burns Vice-President DiANNA Neal Secretary Danny Mitchell and Sarah Lockwood . . . Execiitii ' e Council Mrs. Maxie Edmisten ant) Mr. Paul Bagley Sponsors All presidents of all clubs and organizations on Appa- lachian ' s campus belong to this society; their main func- tion is to discuss any problem that may arise within the various clubs. Chi Lambda Chi ' s responsibilities include organizing recreations and Homecoming activities. They also serve as a public relations committee between the student bodv and the Student Council. Gerald Andrews Mary Lou Avery Claude Ay-ers Jerry Bryant Sandra Bodenheimer Herb Burns Richard Cansler Clarence Chapman- Frank Crow Frank Durham Carol Fazio Dorothy Hensley Chet Hill Wallace Hill Ruth Hunter Ken Knight Bob LeFever Larry Lentz John Lett Sarah Lockwood Nancy McDonald Charles McLean Crafton Mitchell Dan Mitchum DiANNA Neal Frank Payne Tom Rhyne Don Richards Jim Richardson Myra Seitz George Simmons Maggie Smith Martha Smoot Jim Thornhill Jane Walker Rae Worthington Not pictured: B. E. Sweatt, Nancy Seeders, Ann Oglesby. Larry Hancl, Bobbv Robinson, Bill Williams. Page One Hundred Thirty-nine PI OMEGA PI OFFICERS Jim Thoknhill President Nancy Shearin Vice-President Dona Sechrest Secretary EsTEL Coffey Treasurer LaFaye Faglie Historian Ann Blackburn and Jane Riner Sponsors The Gamma Phi Chapter ot Pi Omega Pi is open to juniors and seniors with a 3.00 quaHtv point average in business; their purpose is to promote civic betterment through good citizenship and encourage and promote high ethical standards in business and professional life. P% © A C ( P P o Peggy Angel Toby Burleson Mary- Cable Jo Ann Cannon Alice Chandler Nancy Clark Helen Cline Estel Coffey LaFaye Faglie Clarice Farrington Margaret Glenn Robert Hagler Jane Henderson BiLLiE Miller Brenda Petree Catherine Sauls Dona Sechrest Nancy Shearin Joan Sisk Johnny ' Smith Joyce Smith Jim Thornhill Jerry Van Dyke Andy Virgil Not pictured: Norman Cham- bers. Rosem TV Edwards, Ann Blackburn, Jane Riner. Page One Hundred Fnrl PHI BETA LAMBDA OFFICERS Larry Lentz President Jim Thornhill ' ice-President Peggy Angel Secretary Ken Vaughn Treasurer Larry Bishop Parliamentarian Brenda Aultman Historian Jim Jones and Carl Messere Sponsors Phi Beta Lambda is open to all students majoring in business education and students interested in business education. PI GAMMA MU OFFICERS Dorothy Hensley President Rae Worthington First Vice-President Courtney Madden Second ' ice-President Gay ' e Cook Secretary Dr. Alfred Denton Treasurer Dr. Alfred Denton Sponsor Judith Abernathy Gaye Cook Gordon Cook Carole Ferguson Dorothy FIensley Thomas McCartney Courtney Madden Rae Worthington Edwin Dougherty ' Eloise Melton D. J. Whitener Julian Yoder First rtni ' .- Gaye Dycus, Mary Jane Richards, Catherine Sauls, Vena Gilliam, Joyce D. Miller, Carol Jones. Second row: Brenda Aultman, Hilda Jones, Patt Mayberry, Sondra Albert, Brenda Black, Jane Henderson, Brenda Moxley, Pegg ' Angel. Third row: Larry Lentz, Joyce B. Smith, Kaye Goforth, Ginny Grogan, Mar- garet Glenn, Jim Jones, Carl Messere. Foiirth row: Ken Vaughn, Richard Lovvery, Austin Adams, Alice Chandler, Jim Thornhill, Melvin Woodell, Larry Bishop, Ralph Doster. This National Honor Society encourages professional growth by honoring achievements in the social studies field. It is open to juniors and seniors who have had as much as thirty hours of social studies and have an average grade of " B " or better and have at least a 2.50 quality point rating. Not pictured: Patricia Williams, Rena Hoover, Eugene Drozdow- ski, Leo Pritchett, Malcolm Par- tin, Edward Gibson. Page One Hundred Forty-one Or. P n: seU Moiitford speak ' nig on " Religion and Personal Growth. " RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS This year, for the first time. Religious Emphasis was extended to cover the entire year instead of concentrating on a one week program. A series of lectures under the heading RELIGION AND LIFE were given throughout the school year. The first speaker was Dr. W. H. Plem- mons speaking on " Religion and College. " The other speakers were: Dr. J. Dan Williams, " Religion and Sex " ; Dr. Russell Montford, " Religion and Personal Growth " ; Dr. Eric Rust, " Religion and Science " ; and Dr. Ernest Harrill, " Religion and Politics. ' The topics covered con- cepts of religion which interested a large majority of the student bodv. RELIGIOUS COUNCIL OFFICERS John Lett, Jr President Marion Blair Secretary BoBBV Robinson Treasurer Frances Crabtree Historian Mr. O. K. Webb Sponsor First row: Nancy Seegers, Patricia South, Pegg ' Hamilton, Janet Maskell, Sylvia Arlington, Susie VVhisnant. Second row: Connie Smith. FrjiKLs Crahtret-. Bobb Robinson, John Lett, Jr., Marion Blair, Kathy Pittman, Judie Hudson. Third row: Tommy Beaver, Henr ' Greer, Michael Pope, Maurice Ritchie, Dillon Wilson, Dick Hughes. Page One Hundred Forty-two OFFICERS Larry Hand President Bob Wright Vice-President Susan Thiets Secretary John Wright Treasurer Andy Virgil and Marion Blair Religions Council Representatives Mr. Eugene Drozdowski Sponsor Father Arnold Chaplain First row: Barbara Krenyer, Susan Thiets, Larry Hand, Mary Ellen Tort, Catherine L. Rides. Second row: Norleen Kester, Roberta Nelligan, Henry Savvicki, Marion Blair. NEWMAN CLUB WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP First roil ' : Hilda Everhart, Katylee Shunk, Norma Cline, Martha Pritchett. Second row: Barbara Anderson, Norma Hedrick, Dillon Wilson, Nancy Shearin, Lyndell Stewart. Third rmr: Margaret Adams, Bettie Williams, Margaret Glenn, Jo Ann Boston, Mavis Snyder, Gloria Perrell. Fontrth row: Charlotte Pope, Sherry Schalk, Mel Woodel, Ronnie R. Sams, Sharon Perry. Margaret Talbott. OFFICERS Dillon Wilson President Barbara Anderson First Vice-President Nancy Shearin Second Vice-President Norma Hedrick Secretary-Treasurer Lyndell Stewart Puhlicity Chairman Norma Cline Co-Editor of Newspaper Mns J K Pm ' .ker Sponsor Page One Hundred Forty-three L.VLl LIIIXL COUNCIL First row: Linda Starr, Harold Bryan, Faye Jackson, Susie VVhis- Mildred Gentry, Audrey Smith, Patty Norman, Daphne Terry, nant, Becky Coppley, Martha Ross, Aletha Humphrey, Nanc - Hank Greer. Seegers. Second row: Billie Miller. Frances Johnson, John Lett, BAPTIST STUDENT UNION OFFICERS Nancy Seegers President Charles Bennett ' ice-President Audrey Smith Secretary ' Treasurer |oHN Lett and Susan Whisnant Religious Council Representatives Hank Greer B.S.Ll. Director CANTERBURY CLUB OFFICERS Richard Hughes President Bill W. Williams Vice-President Janet Maskell Secretary Jennifer Wallace Treasurer Reverend Ferneyhough Sponsor First row: Janette Moss, Martha Durham, Grace Turbyfill, Carol Dyson. Second row: Jennifer Wallace, Bill W. Williams, Janet Maskell, Richard Hughes. Third row: Iris Black, Reverend Fer- neyhough, Patricia M. South. Franklin Durham, Becky Stockton, Karen Sue Parks, Dorris Barnard. Page One Hundred Forty-four First row: Judy K. Alexander, Annie Dilling, CarohTi Howell. Irene Hancock, Gayle Euliss, Teceth Rogers, Dorothy Poole, James Wliitner, Beverly Miller. Second row: Billie Sue Green. Tom Rhyne, Duran Walters, Aubrey Stone, Barbara J. Hood. Pat Pittman, Janine Vogler, Nancy Webb. Third row: Sandy Philbeck, Carol Scott, Carole Ferguson, Shirley Moore, Gaye Cook, Pearl Robinson, Joan Moore, Linda Rhyne, Frieda Hines, Beth Stevens. Fourth row: Janice Phillips, Carolyn Rhuney, Sara Staley, Ed Hinkle, Phyllis Euliss, Ed Connelly. Fifth row: Maurice Ritchie, Frank Payne, Jr., Jerry Barker, Steve Stames, Bobby Robinson. OFHCERS Bobby Robinson President Gave Cook First Vice-President Judy Alexander Second Vice-President Gayle Euliss Secretary Ed Hinkle Treasurer Maurice Ritchie Campus Minister Dr. and Mrs. Joe Bryson Sponsors WESLEY FOUNDATION LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Tommy ' Beaver President Bill Carter Vice-President Colleen Trexler Secretary Charles Sink Treasurer Dr. and Mrs. Sink and Pastor Troutman Siwinors First rmv: Peggy Anne Hamilton, Myra Seitz, Jane Sparks. Second row: Rita Alexander, Kathy Seitz, Bill Carter, Sandra Dowdv. Page One Hundred Forty-five First row. John W . Hamilton, Doris Elliott. Betsy Nicholas, Eva- lina Russell, Roger Cumbie, Maryo Walters. Second row: Caro- lyn Thompson, Kenneth Knight, Reggie Rhyne, Barbara Krenzer. Third row: Frank Maristany, John Lett. Robert Goforth, Robert Gardner, Duran Walters. SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS Kenneth Knight President Reggie Rhyne ' ice-President Doris Elliott Recording Secretary Barbara Krenzer Corresponding Secretary Roger Cumbie Treasurer EvALiNA Russell Historian John W. Hamilton Sponsor YOUNG WOMEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION First row: Faye Jackson, Mary Grace Owens, Leslie Duckworth. Frances Crabtree, Sylvia Arrington. Second row: Carole Watts. Nancy Smith, Brenda Moxley, Marsha Derey, Diane Gutltre . OFFICERS Faye Jackson President Mary Grace Owens Vice-President Leslie IXickworth Secretary Frances Crabtree and Sylvia Arrington Picligimis Cnttnci! Representatives Mhs. Mary E. Haralmin Spons or Page One Hundred Forty-six First rmv: Maggie Smith, Dorris Barnard, Ora Eads, Gale Pen- nington, Marjorie Louise Miller. Second row; Ben King, Edward Lincoln, John Samaras, Marvin L Helton, Michael Lipe. Third row: Earl Robinson, Jack Hawley, Howard A. Foster, Bob Grouse. APPALACHIAN OFFICERS Ora Eads President Ben King Vice-President Carolyn Sloan Secretary-Treasurer Marvin Helton Program Chairman Dr. W. F. Troutman Sponsor STUDENT CITIZENSHIP ASSOCIATION OFFICERS J. Davis President Tommy Beaver Vice-President Judy Barber Secretary James Mullis Treasurer Dr. W. T. Nicholas Sponsor INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB First row: Tommy Beaver, W. J. Davis, Dr. W. T. Nicholas. Second row: Jerry RoLind, Diiran W ' .iltcrs. liin Mullis. Page One Hundred Forty-seven OFFICERS Eunice Secrest Presiden t Beverly Mullen Vice-President Sylvia Bowers Secretary Jim Bridges Treasurer Marilyn Badgett Reporter Dr. Roy Prince Sponsor CERCLE FRANCAIS First row: Sylvia Bowers, Marilyn Badgett, Beverly Mullen, Jim Bridges, Dr. Roy Prince. Second rou ' ; Annie Lee Sampson, Joyce WTiite, Martha Ross, Betsy Nichols, Celia Canter, Carole Watts. Third row: Lillian Hatley, Jolene Riddle, Betty Johnson, Julie Campbell, Reba Barber, Marilyn Badgett. Fourth row: John Lett, Linda Smith, Gail Sides, Betty Sue Green, Faye McCollum, Bill Groves, Lewis Gaston. The purpose of this national honorary French society is to encourage a wider knowledge oF and a greater apprecia- tion for the contributions of France to world culture, to recognize and award excellence in the field of French studies, and to foster a friendly spirit among the peoples of French and English speech. First row: Celia Canter, Judy Stiller, Beverly Lingle Mullen, Dr. Roy Prince. Second row: Lillian Hatley, Martha Ross, Betsy Nichols, Sylvia Bowers. Tliird row: Gail Sides, John Lett, Bill Gnncs, Lewis Gaston. PI DELTA PHI OFFICERS Faye McEntire President Gail Sides Vice-President Beverly Lingle Mullen Secretary John Lett Treasurer Dr. Roy Prince Sponsor 1 H If V ifllir 1 IBP M J ' fg . ■r O jBr ' -i ir..Jvfl r ■ " H P..i;=- Une Hundred luiiyeighl 1 First roiv: Michael Lipe, Thomas F. Phillips, Bob White, Jona- than Ferryman. Second rmv: Keith Stroud, Bill Bingham, Jr., Thomas Seagroves, Brenda Wallace, Leo Teachout. Not pictured: Mr. Ellis Boatman, Sponsor. THE APPALACHIAN D EBATING UNION PI KAPPA DELTA OFFICERS William Wallace Prcsideiii Brenda Wallace Vice-PresideiU William A. Robinson Secretary-Treasurer Dr. T. L. Tedford Sponsor North Carolina Epsilon Chapter of Pi Kappa Deha is a national honorary forensic society composed of students who ha e attained high standards of achievement in iorensic activity. First roil ' : Dr. T. L. Tedford, Carol Dyson, Brenda Wallace, Wil- liam Robinson. Second row. Thomas Phillips, Bob White, Mi- chael Lipe, Leo J. Teachout, Keith Stroud. P(jgc One Hundred rorty-nine First row: David Shellman, Michael Gregory. Dr. Le Roy Pike, Marvin Helton, John Rhyne, A. T. Osborne, James Phillips, John Greene, Jerry McKenzie. Second row: George Miles, Jona- than Pernman, Rodney V ' hitley, Ronald Hass, Wallace Putnam, Bill Bradford, Charles Sink, Dr. James Johnson. Third row: Steve Starnes, Mrs. Gelene Atwood, William Long, Mrs. Joyce Hol- brook, Alan Trousdell, Dr. W. G. Sink. OH R FRS James Phillips President Charles Sink Vice-President Elaine Clontz Secretary Wallace Putnam Treasurer George Miles Sponsor CHEMISTRY SOCIETY HIGHLAND BIOLOGISTS OFHCERS George Simmons President Mitchell Hoyle Vice-President Martha Clough Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Frank Randall and Dr. Ray Derrick Sponsors First row: Sharon Eudy, Elaine Hager, Connie Smith, Brenda Vickers. Gary Poe, Glenda Reynolds. Second row: Linda Ashley, Glenda Bradley, Mike V ' aggoner, Billy Tulbert, Shelton Gcv- forth, Willard Blevins. Third row: Judith Martin, June Wanna- maker, Clyde Carroll, Polly Anne Bullard, Howard McKnight. Fourth row: Dr. Randall. Jim Valentine, Robbie Lineberger, George Simmons. Pai e One Hundred Fifty Presideitl .Vice-Presideni Helen Hoke Carlyle Shephard Linda Morris Secretary-Treasurer Danette Freeman Puhlicity Chairmmi Dr. G. T. Buckland and Mr. Sam Travis Sponsors First row. Frances JohnMin, Anne Mane Bare, Helen Hoke Linda Morris. Second row. Eddie Teeter, Gail Sullivan, Kenny Sparks, Danette Freeman, Becky Nifong. MATH CLUB STUDENT TRAFFIC ORGANIZATION First roxv: Jerry Bowman, Renneth Rautiola, Jimmy Furr, J. C " . Brown. Second row. Jim Houser, David Shellman, Jerry F. Bry- ant, Jim Mullis. OFFICERS JiMMV FiiRR President Kenneth Rautiola Vice-President J. C. Brown Secretary-Treasurer fERRv Bowman Constitutional Committee Dean Breitenstein Sponsor Page One Hundred fifty-one First row: Herb Burns, Gerald Cox. Sandra Kiscr, Judv .Mcure, Martha Moore, Linda Vaden. Second rou-: Doris J. Campbell, Sally Ann Setzer, Carole Watts, Judith C. Martin, Annette Pender, Shirley Moore, Bonnie Bunch, Mary Elizabeth Steivart. Third row: Nancy Smith, Joseph Brjson, Judy Stiller, Mary Faucette. Bessie Dawkins, Peggy Padgette, Trena Wil Hams, Jane Henderson, Brenda Black. Foiirlli rore: Linda McSwaim, Sandra Allen. Gloria Perrell, Barbara Dennis, Barbara Bedwell, Jackie Lingerfelt. Judy Ellington. Fifth rou-.- Michael Ward, Mary Anne Dock- ery, Anita Moody, Sondra .Albert, Sharon Mann, Carolyn Thompson. Sixth row: Jane Beam, Linda Tinsley, Linda Young, Kay Campbell, Mil- dred Price, Bcttie Williams. Sexenth row: Bruce Eads. Ronald Bitter, Pa tricia Gilreath, Clrace Toney, Nova Henderson, Judith Price, Becky Cop- plev. Eighth row: Carole FJunevcutt, Dianna iVeal, Jane Wright, Donna Clyatt, Faye Filer, Brenda Swanson, Judv Hall, Margaret Adams, Carolyn Tart, Christine Hill, Pat Wall, Jo Olivo, Ann Arrowood. . ' i.ilh row: Al- clhea Ann Humphrev, Elaine Cloninger, Gloria Church, Elaine WTiis- nant. Dona Sechrest, Joev Davis. Teiitli roii-: Barbara Gentn-, ' eronica Davis, Patti Mayberry. Hannah Greene, Linda Greene, Beverly Miller. Eleventh row: Dian Frazier, Pat Pittman, Faye Jackson, Sylvia Arring- ton, Judy Ferguson. Twelfth row: Betsy Shepherd, Judy Foster, Sara Lockwood, Jo Drolette. Sandra .Marler, Judy Prestwood. Mike Krai, Marjorie Louise Miller. NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Herb Burns President Gerald Cox Vice-President Judy Moore Secretary Susan Whisnant Treasurer Sandra Kiser Program Chairman Martha Moore Publicity Chairman Linda Vaden Social Chairman Dr. Lee Reynolds and Dr. Joe Bryson Sponsors First roM-: Lenora Jones, Elaine McGhee, Katylee Shunk, Judy Trivctte, Brenda Cooke, Judy Bowers, Pearl Robinson. Geraldine Stephens. Second row: Phyllis Mitchell, Ruth Daughertv. Edith Humphries, Sharon John son. Linda Cockerham. Judv Abemathy, Beth Stevens, Raylene Ball. Tliird row: Lee Reynolds, Carolyn Glascoe, Bettv Hagler, Wanda Davis, Marian Green, Betty Spainhour. Margaret Glenn, Judy Young, Suzanne Wheelous. Fourth row: Pat Newby, Margaret Walker, Addie Green, Rita Alexander, Virginia .Ann Bumgamer, Betty .Auton, Jane Simmons. Fifth row: Kay F. Deviney. Joan Hensley. Joyce Randall, E elyn Bard Mary Grace Owens, Nancy McGuire, Margaret Gallen. Sixth row: Gayle Euliss, Dolores Eudy, Susie U ' hisnant, Mvra Tucker, Donna Fleming, Frances Lutz Hartsoe, Alice Chandler. Seveiitli row: Sarah Moore, Brenda Beam. Joyce Warden. Connie Smith, Dorotha Reynolds, Barbara Carter, Jo Ann Oetzman. Eighth roir: Texie Wvant, Betty Holcombe, Patricia Tellman, Brenda Hooker, Jeannette Shaw, Nancv Harris, Nancy Border. Vickv Mayle. Ninth roir: Andrea Elliott, Leslie Duckworth, Julia A Stallings. Shirley, A. Webb, Jerrv- C. Trull. Frances Crabtree. Randy McLean. Tenth row: Ronald Kiziah, Carolyi " " __.-..- ... Stephens, Margaret Furr, Sar Spencer, Diane Murray, Ho herd, Robert Hagler, Jimmy Roland, Dan Ross, Soundrs Hildebran. Reel, Wanda Scronce, Marsha my Allred. Eleventh row: Tom Erwin, Bertha ston Leigh, Carroll Meadows, Carlvle Shep- Valentine. Twelfth row: Jack Robinson. Bill Gooch, Carolyn Bailey, Gail Blake, Wade First row: Patsy Sparks, Pat Hutfman, Linda Rhyne, Martha OFFICERS Pritchett. Second row: Miss Hanson, Dianna Xeal, Linda Mc- Dianna Neal President Swain, Jane Wright, Peaches Payne, Carole Huneycutt. Third Linda McSwain Vice-President ro j: Lenora Jones, MilHe Weathers, Wanda Davis, Kathy Pitt- Jane Wright Secretary man, Gail McCluney, Becky Stockton, Linda Goforth, Pat Peaches Payne Treasurer Woody, Lynn Adkins. Fourth row: Julia Eckard, Camellia How- Carole Huneycutt Reporter ell, Diann Edwards, Jane Poole, Shirlene Huskins, Mary Lee Lynn Adkins Projects Chairman Francis, Lynda Slate, Brenda Hines, Nancy Stephens. Miss Hanson ; Sponsor HOME ECONOMICS CLUB LIBRARY SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS Martha Smoot President First row: Doris Elliott, Marcia Miller, Addie Greene, Norma sIra ' NIo ' r " " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' Cline. Second roM-: Marian Green, Sarah Moore, Martha Smoot, Marian Green ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... .TreaLrer Beverly Miller, Brenda Beam, Joyce Smith. Third row: Kenneth Brenda Beam Puhlicity Crysel, Margaret Talbott, Ronald Ritter, Donna Mauldin, Pris Joyce Smitti Puhlicitx cilia Saxagc, Linda Mundav. Mrs. Ila T. Iusth i nm nr i Page One Hundred Fifiy-lhree First row. Shirley Wheless, Resa Ann Thomas, Carolyn McKin- nis, Bobbie Slay, Kay Smith, Brenda Allison, Sara Farthing, Sharon Keener, Elsie Frost with Mascot (Helen), Norma Cum- mings. Second row: TTiomasena Strickland, LaRue Paschall, Brenda Surratt, Patty Neave, Collee Riddle, Ann Snider, Gloria Harris, Pamela Fwing, " B " Zimmerman, Amy Madison, Mary- anne Mascott. Third row: Ida Wyant, Barbara Hood, George WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Larry Hand President Paul Reynolds Vice-President Dennis Saunders Secretary Gerry ' Frances . Treasurer Wayne Duncan Sergeant-at-Arms R. L. Breitenstein Sponsor First TOUT Dennis Saunders, Wavne Duncan, Paul Revncilds, Larry Hand, Gerry Frances. Second row.- San ' dv Edwards, Sherrill Nnr illc, Kent Um berger. Bob Rollins, Jack Lvtton, Jimmy Goff. Jim Richardson, Dale Yount. Third rmr: Tom Culbreth. Larn- Lawing, Don Parham, Howard Miirphv. Wesley Kelly, Joe Hailey, John Ferguson. Fmirth row: Jack Roberson, Sharon Chambers, Nance Moody, Joyce Chisholm, Sara Smith, Ernestine Robinson, Regina Williams, Ann Baker, Wanda Purser, Genevieve Butler. OFFICERS A,MY Madison President Elsie Frost ' ice-President Ann Snider Secretary Sara Smith Treasurer Judy Cummings Reporter Sharon Chambers Intramural Chairman George Roberson Puhlicity Chairman Rebecca Tomlinson Sponsor MEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Beckett. Dock link ' . |.,|,t,s,,o. Percv Carver. Jerr Price, Guy Flynt, Tony Goins, Bruce ll.ir.lin. I nth ruu ' : Tern ' Harbin, Jerry Saunders, Doug Phillips, Henrx l,ich. ,i ne Simmons, Freddie Bradlev, William Maples. John Current. S.vtii r,,„ : |,,hn Dobbs, J. W. Welbom. Don .Mauldin, Dean Tate, Larry Harbin, liill Mauldin, Wayne Byrd. Joe Highlower. Sei ' enld roir: Pat Hartsell. Gerald Swaim. Ruffin Harville, Gilmer Murdock, Buddy Kirbv, Ron Kandv. Eighth roif: Richard Tickle, Bob Wright, Greg Van Orden. Andy irgil. Bill Bookout. Ed Winlerstein. Page One Hundred Fifty-four Ol i K 1 IIS Frank Crow President First ron: Maryjret Mayness, Priscilla Savage, Doris Elliott. Don Starnes Vice-President Second row: Rae Worthington, Frank Crow, Gail Dobbins, Gail Dobbins Secretary j j, , j j.j . ,. j g y Morrow, Alvin Charles Rives Treasurer a l- c- • l r. l ii;i_- ii ii- n l- r, c cj .. : -n DT I -IT Johnson, Archie armth, Bob White, Wilham Kobinson. Priscilla Savage Lo-hattor of 1 he Flaymll • " Gail Dobbins Co-Editor of The Playhill Doris Elliott Historian Margaret Magness and Van Morrow Co-Custodians T T A TJ |j ' I |h ¥-J David French Sponsor tT Li V 1 £ViT.J 1 ILrV kJ FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTLVN ATHLETICS OFFICERS First row: Henry Marsh, Crafton Mitchell, Jimmy R. Richardson, Crafton Mitchell Presiiieiil William A. Goins, Jerry D. Price, Bill S. Bingham, Jr. Second Jimmy R. Richardson Vice-President row: Gilmer Murdock, Jr., Douglas Turner, James Strange, Jr., William A. Goins Secretary Melvin Denton, Jimmy Whitmer, Jerry Barker, Don Black. Third Jerry D. Price Treasurer row: Kerry Murdock, John R. Edwards, Joe S. Miller, Jr., Bruce Mr. Breitenstein Sponsor Hardin, Sam Houston, Morris Barnes. Page One Hundred Fifty-five First row: Brenda Waugh, Diane Fisher, Pearl Robinson, Joyce Greer, Pat Reel. Second rmv: Joyce B. Smith, Diane Murray, Myrtle Young, Barbara French, Patty J. Neave, Betty Windsor, Billie Miller, Linda Beaver. Third row. Jane Henderson, Karen Cunningham, Shirley Webb, Alice Chandler, Patty Norman, Sara Phillips, Jackie Lingerfelt. JUNIOR COUNSELORS HOUSE PRESIDENTS MiLDBED Gentry— East Annette Pender— East Brenda Petree— New Dorm Nancy McDonald— Locust Billy Miller— Loi ' i Gail Minter— W(nt2 Myra Seitz— Nor( i Linda Vaden— Dniip i-BIaj!. Page One Hundred Fiflysix First row: Billie Miller, Dollie Orr, Rose Cashion, Judy Ben- OFRCERS ton, Marion Ruth. Second row. Mrs. Maxine Edmisten, Mary Mary Lou Avery President Lou Avery, Gayle Euliss, Pave Jackson, Annette Pender. Tlrird Gail Sides Secretary roil ' : Brenda Petree, Myra Seitz, Wallace L. Hill, Gail Sides, Marion Ruth Treasurer Grace Turbyf ill, Mike Waggoner, Nancy McDonald. Mrs. Maxine Edmisten and Mr. Breitenstein. .. .Sponsors STUDENT RESIDENCE ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATION OF CHILDHOOD EDUCATION OFFICERS Nancy McDonald President Katylee Shunk Vice-President Nancy Harris Secretary First row: Pat Reel, Joyce Barrier, Marsha Dere ' , Jackie Linger- Patricia Wall Treasurer Felt, Jeannette Shaw. Second row: Carol McKinney, Nancy Phyllis Reid Social Chairman Mixire, Patricia Wall, Nancy McDonald, Nancy Harris, Pris Sarah Moore Project Chainmin Tillman. Third row: Leslie Duckworth, Margaret Talbott, Bar- Nancv Moore Reporter bara Gentry, Sara Sudderth, Priscilla Savage, Brenda Hixiker, Miss ISi ULAM Cami ' hi i-i Sponsor Carolyn Scogyins. Page 0)te Hundred Fifty-seven First roir: Dan Hughes. Charles McLean, Larry Allen. Ken Me- Alister. Second row: Lee Davis, Joe Felts, Jim Putnam, Roger Harwood, Don Alexander, Marsha Lawson. Third rou : Joe Mil- ler, Garven Elrnd. Joe Hailey, David Alexander. Danny Bur garner. INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB OFFICERS Charles McLean President Larry Allen Vice-President Dan Hughes Secretary Ken McAlister Treasurer Mr. Bowman, Mr. David Rigsby, AND Mr. Frank Steckel Sponsors First row: Mr. Steckel, Mr. Rigsby, Mr. Bowman. Second row: Steve Harris, Bob Clayton, Lyiin Reese, Larry Hodge. Tliird rcni ' : Jim Fletcher, Tom Reid, Eddie Proffitt, Larry Crabtree, John Huffman, Jimmy Pounds. Fcnirth row: Bob Hodgin, Hoy Lan- ning, Tom Ragan. Delmas Greene, Danny Church. Page One Hundred Fifty eight OFFICERS Maggie Smith President Richie Bauguess First Vice-President Mary Faucette Second Vice-President Barbara Carter Secretary Kathy McEwin Treasurer Dr. Max Dixon and William Troutman Sponsors First row: Kay Key, Barbara French, Tonita Helms, Billic Anne McGuirt. Second row: Maggie Smith, Richie Bauguess, Mary Faucette, Barbara Carter, Kathy McEwin. Third row: Dr. Max Dixon, Carroll Meadows, ' illiam Troutman, Jr., Gerald Hack- ney, Wayne Thompson. YOUNG DEMOCRATS YOUNG REPUBLICANS First row: Marcus Cooke, Betty Jean Hill, Christine Fulbright, Reba Hawkins. Second row: Betty Ritch, Wayne Pearson, Linda Smith, Betty Stanley, Annie Marie Harris. . •,_■ . - y .- . ' •.. " ■ r ' i - ' •■■•-• ■ » ' - - Ml 4-...-.- g i Wj-r J ' ■ ' . ' ' ■■■ ■ft ' ' - - ' ■■ ' ■ . ■ r-- ' -f -1 «■ i, ■!• IT mm OFFICERS Marcus Cooke President Betty Jean Hill Vice-President Christine Fulbright Secretary Reba Hawkins Treasurer ' ._ Page One Hundred Fifty nine COLLEGIATE CIVIC CLUB The Collegiate Ci ' ic Club is noted for its leadership ability. In order to give its members an opportunity to practice these principles, the club elects new officers every quarter. In this way, the members of CCC are instilled with the ideals and practices of go(xl leadership. y p Q a f (f - p p p e p a c . Austin Adams John Alexander Gerald Andrews Fred Benfield Ronnie W. Brooks Herbert Burns Fred Bynum James Gates Clarence Chapman Larry Crabtree Lawrence Davis Roy Davis Winston Dean Arnold Edmundson Garvin Elrod, Jr. Wallace Hill Thurman Hollar Joseph Isenhour Floyd Kerr Ronald Kiziah Mickey Laney Larry Lentz John Lett Frank M. ristany Frank Payne, Jr. Terry Pope Don Ratchford Jim Reid Larry Satterfield Charles Sink Ken Smith Art Twlor Jim Thornhill Tom Turner Kenneth Vaughn- James ' illard Thomas McCartney, Sponsor Not pictured: Steve Caudill, Norman Hennessee, D. H. John- son, Charles McLean, Ray Gra- ham, Sponsor. Pdge One Hundred Sixty VERNICIAN SOCIETY OFFICERS Sarah Lockwood President Barbara Duncan Vice-President Delores St. Clair Secretary Jo Anne McCaslin Treasurer Van Padgett • Chaplain Dianne Lefler Historian Martha Moore Publicity Judy Stiller Publicity Mrs. Janice Whitener : . . . Sponsor The purpose of the Vernician Society is to broaden the outlook of the student through intellectual endeavor, cultural growth, social fellowship and community serv- ice. The major projects of the club are sponsoring a party for underpri ' ileged children and gix ' ing a tea for the May Court and their guests. Judy Benton Brenda Black Sandy Bodenheimer Faye Davis Jo Drolett Sallie Duhling Barbara Duncan Clarice Farrincton ToNiTA Helms Nova Henderson Gail Jenkins Sandra Kiser Jill Knight Dianne Lefler Sarah Lockwood Jo Anne McCaslin Claudia McLean Joan Malcolm Judy Moore Martha Moore Ann Oglesby Van Padgett Annette Pender Brenda Petree Pat Pittman Linda Poteat Judy Price Donna Richardson Jane Royster Linda Royster Dona Sechrest Danell Skreen Patsy Smith Delores St. Clair Judy Stiller Carolyn Thompson Linda Tinsley Jane Walker Not pictured: Judy Ellington, Mrs. Whitener, Sponsor. Page One Hundred Sixty-one oi I K 1 lis CoLLEE Riddle President DoDiE West ' ice-President Jane Henderson Secretary Ed Hinkle Treasurer Pat Rice Sponsor MODERN DANCE First row. Jane Walker, Herschel Harper, Pamela Lentz. Second row: Lib Foltz, Susan Southern, Sally Ann Setzer. V First row: Pat Rice. Second row: Terrie Gilic ' pie, Iud Cum- mings, Patricia Satterwhite, Diane Godfrey, Collee Riddle, Ed Hinkle, Joan McBryde, Jane Henderson, Ruth Brooks, Dodie West. FLYING FISH OFFICERS [ane V ' alker President Sallv Ann Setzer Vice-President Lib Foltz Secretary-Treasurer r ' 5 Pa e One Hundred Si ty-two Hi A f A H B lb V 1 f f,f f f i-« » » 1 . 1 . . . i A ir I 1 i First roir: Faye Davis. Mava Masumoto, Vicki Williams. Linda Starr. Barbara Young. Sandra J. Smith. Judith Dages, Nancy Brown. Bettv Ritch. Man- Ellen Shirley Paschal. Fave Jackson. Carol J( Christine Ross. Norma Hedrick. Carolv ell. Betty Youmans. ,Myra Seitz, Hannah Greene. Carole Ferguson. BedMcU. Bettie A ' illiams, Myrtle Annette Pender. Barbara Stewart. Tort. Doris Prevette. Second roll-.- ines. Lynn Adkins. Carolyn Sears. 1 Tart, Donna Holbrook, Camellia ay Deviney, Kathy .McEwen. Joey Davis, Susan Dudley. Julia Clark. Margaret Talbott, Frances Crabtree. Martha Dale, Susie Whisnant, Carole Watts, Brenda Waugh. Thirrf roll ' : Barbara Watts, Mary Anne Dockery, Mary Agnes Stroup, Suzanne WTieel- ous, Joyce Ann McKinney, Sara F. Reid. Barbara Baucom. Dona Shore. Lynn Ross, Margaret Cautrell, Margaret .Adams, Julia Stallings, Brenda Simpson, Jackie Lingerfell, Linda Hedrick, Jane Sparks. Peggy Angel. Louise Walker, Elaine Poteat, Betsy Sheppard, Margaret Klutz, Jane Phillips, Mabel Patton. FmirtJi row. Nadine Sadler. Becky Coppley, Sara Sanders, Gave Dvcus. Billie Sue Green, Carmen Smith, Janice Phillips. Saundra Trull, Carol Yates, Brenda Turman, Audrey Smith, Ann Neal. Jeannie Cashion, Lyndell Stewart. Sondra .-Mbert, Sara Sudderth, Martha Teague, Jean Hill. OFFICERS Becky Coppley President Frances Crabtree Vice-President Lynn Adkins Secretary-Treasurer Maya Masumoto and Doris Prevette Accompanists Herman Bekemeyer and Faye Davis lyirectors WOMEN ' S CHORUS MEN ' S CHORUS OFFICERS Frank Durham Presiilent Ron Hill Vice-President jiM Miller Secretary-Treastirer Jim Miller Accompanist Ron Hill Director First row: Ron Hill, Frank Crow, John Craig, Phil Kelley, Rich- ard Burkhardt, David Seiberling, Buddy Culbertson, Clifton Ar- nold, Jim Miller. Second ron-. Andre Arrouet. Doug Craig, Louie Ramsaur, Randy Hembree, Harry Booth, Dan Mitchum, Mike Griffin. Third row: Toby Burleson, Frank Durham, Jerry Mash- burn, Robert Price, Barry Owens, Mike Russell, Herb Kress, Dean Hall. TWf ' J TfT |f l ' m 1 . • , Pni e One Hiimhed Sixir-thr OFFICERS Don Richards President Ron Pojedinec Vice-President |uDV Smith Secretary-Treasurer Bob LeFever Reporter B N D First row: Judy Smith, Carol Easterling, Mrs. William Nichols, Lue Stafford, Carol Barr, Jane Cottingham, Earla Seaney, Jane Angell. Second row: Thomas Deese. Keith Yokeley, Dr. William Nicholas, Randall Hembree. Nancy Moore, Bob LeFever, Mr. Carl Haenselman, Hampton Kicklighter, Pamela Lentz, Linda Reavis, Patsy South. Judy Ball. Ben Miller. Third roir: Carolyn Rivers, Douglas Craig, Donna Barrier, Andre Arrouct, John Craig, William Malambri, Wesley Weaver, Larry Carmichael, Ralph Tigniere, Herb Kress, Jerry Mashburn, Harry Booth, Ronald Pojedinec, Danny Mitcnum. Fourth row: Larry Lynch, Robert Long, David Seiberling, Ben Skinner, Michael Russell, Richard Burkhardt, Robert Moyer, Clifton Arnold. Dean Hall. Fifth rou ' .- Guy Kerley, Wanda Bullington, James Miller, Randy Elbel, John Lett, Donald Richards, Herschel Harper, Michael Cannon, Franklin Durham, Michael Griffin. Pflge One Hundred Sixty-four Orchestiia Pi r.sDNNEL: ol i(s (fsti: Ronald Blackmun, Con cert Mailer; M.irij Ernestun, Cynthia Stiles, Anne MacBryde, June Carol V ' ilson, Sara Phillips, Dale Cornelius, Phyllis Mac- Brvde, Juanita Turner, Janice Foil, Marv Nell Stem. Violins {2udl: Deal Hall, Ronald Hill, Mike Griffin, Helen Prevatte, Mary Faye Davis, Jane Brown, Larry Carmichael, Martha Jane Ke- ziah, Jo Anne Little, John Craig, Dale Wilson. ' iolas: Robert Moyer, Ann Lovelace, Larry Lynch. Celli: Ralph Tigniere, Michael Pope, Randy Elbel, Clinton Parker, Anne McNeill, James Miller. String Basses: Michael Cannon, Thomas Deese, Frank Durham, Jerry Mashburn, Ora Ead . IKts Iil-I Harper. Flutes: Mrs. Thomas Nichols, Judy Smith, Carul Easterling, Lue Stafford. Oboes: Earla Seaney, Mrs. Elmer White. Clarinets: Robert LeFever, Jane Angell, Hampton Kicklighter. Bassoons; Dr. William Spencer, Thomas Deese. French Horns: Andre Ar- rouet, Carolyn Rivers, Donna Barrier, Douglas Craig, Mr. James Cole. Trumpets: Ronald Pojedinec, Harry Booth, Herbert Kress. Trombones: Robert Long, Richard Burkhardt, David Seiberling. Percussion: Donald Richards, Guy Kerley, John Lett. ORCHESTRA Dr. Nicholas Erneston Conductor OFFICERS Robert LeFever President Robert Mover ' ice-Presidenl Michael Cannon Secretr.ry-Treasurer Robert Long Librarian Mary Faye Davis Reporter Sciitcl: Lynda Ua is. Wiculisl. Fn s r«ir: 1 Icr-.chL-l Harper, Tom Deese, Bob LeFever, Don Richards, C. F. Haenselman, Doug Craig, Harry Booth, Jim Miller, Sonny Tigniere, Elmer R. White. Bill Malambei. Second row: Mike Cannon, Randy Elbel. Mickey Young, Bob Long, Larry Lynch, Jerry Mashburn. APPATONES MUSIC EDUCATION OFFICERS Dan Mitchum President Don Richards Vice-President Judith Smith Secretary Wanda Lou Bullington Treasurer JoAnne Little Reporter Miss Elizabeth Fox Sponsor First row. Sylvia Craig, Clara Jane Brown, Doris Prevette. Joanne Haigler. V ' anda Lou Bullington, JoAnne Little, Faye Davis. Second row. Dan Mitchum, Don Richards, Ron Pojedinec, Rich- ard Burkhardt, Mike Cannon, Mike Russell, Herschel Harper, Doug Craig. Third row. Sonny Tigniere, Bob LeFever, Bob Moyer, Jerry Mashburn, Randy Elbel, FranUin Durham. Page One Hundred Sixty-six OFFICERS ToBV Burleson Presideni Tom Carlton Vice-President Paige Brown Secretary Ron Hill Treasurer Don Mitchum and Brenda Laughter Librarians Faye Davis Pianist Miss Virginia Linnv Director Earny p. Hotard, Jr Organist MIXED CHORUS First row: Frances Crabtree, Joanne Haigler. Euj enia Miiser, Earny Hotard, Virginia Linney, Faye Davis, Carol Lou James, Joanne Little, Linda Guffey. Second row: Juanita Turner, SyK-ia Craig, Dorotha Reynolds, ' illiam Carter, Philip Kelley, Dan Mitchum, Richard Burkhardt, Betty Youmans, Julie Gilliam, Marguerite Ballard, Brenda Laughter. Third row: Marguerite Moore, V ' anda Bullington, Flora Friend, Sharon Perry, Grace Turbyfill, Carol Dyson, Joyce Randall, Margaret Young, Paige Brown, Elaine Poteat, Sue Parsons. Fourth row: Kenneth Moore, Edwin Temples, Kyle Jones, Toby Burleson, Hubert Poole, Thomas Whitmore, Thomas Carlton, Ronald Hill, Jerry Mash- burn, Robert Price, Benjamin Brewer, Robert Kennedy, Lloyd Moore. 1963 SONG FEST WINNERS EAST HALL Wanda Bullington Accompanist Faye Davis Director First row: Sylvia Arrington, Sharon Johnson, Edith Tennant, Natalie Smith, Judy Trivette, Rachel Justice. Secmid row: Martha Ross, Julia Stallings, Faye Jackson, Judith Abernethy, Linda Young, Martha Smoot, Joyce A ' arden, Jan Stanton, Linda Hed- rick. Third row: Faye Davis, Raylene Ball, Carole Huneycutt, Katherine Willis, Margaret Walker, Elaine Whisnant, Sarah Moore, Susie Whisnant, Becky Coppley. Fourth row: Wanda Lou Bullington, Audrey Smith, Marian Green, Linda Tinsley, Texie M ' yant. Judy Price, Sarah Phillips, Betty Spairdiour. Page One Hundred Sixty-seven ATHLETICS Follow ev ' ry byway . . . every path you know. ' The surest way not to fail is to determine to succeed " — SHERIDAN r ' 4 YOSEF the Spirit of ss APPALACHIAN COACHING STAFF: Jim Duncan, Head Coach; Robert L. Breitenstein, Carl Messere. The Appalachian Mountaineers had a season record of six wins and three losses. The highlights of this season were the Lenoir Rhyne, Elon and Catawba games. For the first time in several years, our football team tasted Bear Meat and the App fans went wild! In the second half of the Catawba game, the two teams were swapping touchdowns. But the Mountaineers came through with another ' ictory! The Elon game was our deciding factor. We needed that one because we were not scheduled to play Guilford, but Elon stopped the Apps with a fourth down field goal. Larry Hand was named the Outstanding Lineman of our conference. Both Larry Hand and Greg Van Orden were named to All State. Hand was also named to the NAIA second team All American. Van Orden was named to the Associated Press All American second team and the Williamson All American team. A nice season for our Fighting Mountaineers. " THE FIGHTING MOUNTAINEERS " Jim Havfv 1 ARRY Hand Sherrili Xdrville Grec Van Orden Larry Crutchfield Labry Harbin XiKKi Helms FOOTBALL • 1964 Joe Hightower Terry Harbin Guy- Flynt Wesley Kelly Fred Robinette, Andy Virgil, Perry Car er Trnhiers John Fergusiin, Ronnie Kanoy, Gilmer Murdock Trainers Rip ' em up! Steve Curtis Larry Lawing Bob Rollins iJthf httj i J V. .liJfkX LkLcMi dAUIr ' . f M T 8f JLJL. SF ' 4: .8 S7 B7 3 1 r5 t : f:j ' lftr- tv Seated: Larry Lawing, Bruce Hardin, Wesley Kelly, Sherrill Norv ' ille, Don Mauldin, Steve Curtis, Larry Crutchfield, Bob Rollins. Kent Umberger. Richard Tickle. Stamiiii : Jim Hayes. Tom Culbreth, Larry Hand, Jerry Price, Nikki Helms, Larry Harbin, Greg Van Orden, Terry Harbin, Joe Hightower, Tony Coins, Cuy Flynt. D. B. Dougherty presents the Brnome Award to oiitstaudiug player ]itn Hayes. Tom Culbreth Dennis Saundi Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Bob Keaton SCOREBOARD 14 Wofford 21 14 Western Carolina . 3 14 Newberry 13 Elon 16 20 Lenoir Rhvne 6 Bruce Hardin Joe Young Kent Umberger Terry Pope Don Mauldin h,kc tluit p, First down and goal to go. Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian SCOREBOARD 36 Catawba 33 24 Carson-Newman 20 North West Louisiana 33 21 Emory-Henry 18 John Daye Robert Boone Tony Goins Pat Hartsell Joe Lukaszewski Howard Murphy Eric DeGroat Coach RUFFIN HaKVILLE John Ferguson IJ. II. JOIINSIIN First row: Howard W. Murphy, Willard Deal, Jimmy Ra ' Rich- ardson, Joe Lukaszewski, Jim Russ, Don Parham, Ruffin Har- ville. Second row. Jim iMcCurdy, Ronald Jones, Jim Houser, Dennis Sipe, GeraU Svvaim, Bill Riner, C. H. Necessary, Jr. Third row: Ken Vaughn, V ' ade Hildebran, Frank Curtis, Bill Edwards, Tim Prichard, Tom Turner, Steve Crisp. Fourth row: Charles Harmon, Mario Cooper, Bill Bookout, Don York, Mar- cus Cooke, Chuck Parker, John Ferguson. Fifth row: Manager J. C. Brown, Thomas Seagroves, Sidney Acker, Jim Knox, John Current, D. H. Johnson, Fred Bynum. Sixth row: Coach Eric DeGroat, Head Manager Gerald Smith, Assistant Coach Joe Staub. SCOREBOARD SOCCER Ron Jones Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian 1 Appalachian 4 Appalachian 1 Appalachian 1 Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian 1 Steve Cmsp N. C. State 6 Lvnchburg 5 Pfeiffer 4 Duke 2 LI. N. C 3 Belmont Abbey 1 Da idson 6 Brevard 2 Warren Wilson 8 Guilford 2 King College 3 Jim r iiss II 1 1 1, Edwards Wayne Duncan Jim Richardson Doug Wall John Dobbs 1963- ' 64 Terrell West Assistant Coach Percy Carver Manager Paul Reynolds Jack Lytton Joe Hailey It ' s mine, all mine BASKETBALL The Appalachian Mountaineer cagers had a season record of fourteen wins and eleven losses. The season was highlighted by several thrilling games. One of these games was the upset the Light Brigade gave the Cats of Western Carolina. Led by the shooting of Wayne Duncan and Jim Richardson, Appalachian took an early lead with Western slowly moving out in front. Late in the second half, the Apps pulled to udthin one point. At this point Duncan drove in for a layup, giving the Mountaineers the lead. Free throws bv Jack Lvtton and Doug Wall provided the final margin of victorv. In the game against Wofford, the Appalachian cagers hit on 55% of their shots from the floor and captured 46 re- bounds in one of their best showings of the season. But in a game that kept all fans on the edge of their seats, the Apps came out actorious. With a tie score of 54-54 against Elon, Jack Lytton hit on a forty-foot field goal with one second left on the clock. As the buzzer went off, the fans went wild— and who wouldn ' t! Our Appalachian Mountaineers were the champions of the Sixth Annual Spindale Basketball Tournament. Victories o ' er Piedmont College and Erskine College gave the Mountaineers the title of the event. Wayne Duncan, junior forward, was honored with the Most Valuable Player award in this tournament. With return- ing letteiTnen such as Duncan, Dobbs, Re Tiolds, and Hailc ' , the future looks bright for the Light Brigade. James Wilcox Wayne Ayers Gerry Francis Tony Gr. y • T B B Q iHj t l m 1 f ' 1 GooW luck bovs! SCOREBOARD Appalachian 83 Mars Hill 36 Appalachian 86 Pfeiffer 94 Appalachian 107 Newberry 63 Appalachian 59 Erskine 66 Appalachian 76 Belmont Abbey 69 Appalachian 52 East Tennessee State 50 Appalachian 98 Piedmont 61 Appalachian 66 Erskine 63 Appalachian 84 Newberry 56 Appalachian 55 Lenoir Rhync 67 Appalachian 61 Elon 89 Appalachian 62 Western Carolina 58 Appalachian 68 High Point 83 Appalachian 78 Pfeiffer 69 Appalachian 59 Catawba 81 Appalachian 97 Atlantic Christian 90 Appalachian 82 Guilford 76 Appalachian 98 Wofford 87 Appalachian 91 Atlantic Christian 81 Appalachian 57 Lenoir Rhyne 65 Appalachian 70 Wofford 90 Appalachian 56 Elon 54 Appalachian 64 High Point 87 Appalachian 54 Western Carolina 77 Appalachian 73 Catawba 75 First tow: Gerry Francis, James Wilcox, Jim Goff, Jack Lytton, Wayne A ers, Doug ' all. Second ro v: Manager Tommy Trip- lett, Paul Reynolds, Captain Wayne Duncan, Tony Gra . John Dobbs, yim Richardson, Joe Hailey, Coach Bob Light. Page One Hundred Eighty-two First row: Don Mears. Paul Weir, Don Sitton. Jim Henson, John Atkinson. Frank Coffev. Second row: Coach Terrell West, Ed Church, Bill Davis, Paul Hutf, -Brit " Brittian, Robert Flynt, Olen Shuler. . o( pictured: John Gentry. BASKETBALL Rehouiid! Discussing plans for the next game. l w .. BJ K m K B r UH iH HK 1 Hjj H H|» ' l Page One Hundred Eighty-three Larry Hand Don Parham Ferrell West Roy Blackwood and Iim Stranc The Appalachian track team had a humble beginning this year. It was the first year that our school had a fully organized team, but the boys that participated were filled with enthusiasm and high hopes. With many factors against them (such as weather and inexperienced play- ers), our track team gained prestige by playing such teams as Da ' idson and Wake Forest. They ended the season as third in our conference and fourth in the NAIA District 26. With such determination and enthusiasm as this team has shone, the App fans can e.xpect great things in the future. riui .wuJuM iicl, lundu LicM tnUL ]iin Richardson, Bruce Hardin, Bill Bookout, Horace Brown. Page One Hundred Eighty-fmir ' ? It? AA|,1 First row: Coach Breitenstein, Kenny Murdock. Horace Brown, Jim Richardson, Captain Joe Lukaszewski, Bill Bookout, Jim Strange, Don Parham. Bill V ' illiams, Coach Eric DeGroat. Sec- ond row: Larry Hand, Terrell West, Bruce Hardin, Terry Har- bin. Jim Knox, Charles Parker, Ray Blackwood, Tony Coins, Ed Bolick, Trainer John Ferguson, Manager Stan Weathersbee, Larry Harbin. Not pictured: Don Mauldin, Ed Crain, John Ed- wards, C. H. Necessary, Jr. TRACK Going up! Terry Hardin Joe Lukaszewski Don Mauldin Larrv Harbin Ed Winterstein Gerald Swaim Jim Whitner The Mountaineer wrestlers ended their second straight unbeaten season with seven wins and two ties in dual match competition. The pride of the Mountaineer grap- plers this season was Ed Winterstein, a sophomore. Winterstein had an 8-0 record this season to go along with his 4-0 record as a freshman last year. He has never lost a college match. Highlights of the season were the games with Old Dominion College, Milligan, and North Carolina State. Appalachian won the game with Old Dominion with the final match of the evening. In the game against Milligan, the App grapplers won si. ' of the eight matches with falls. A crowd of approximately 1000 fans was on hand for the N. C. State match. The highlight of this meet was the victory of Appalachian ' s Ed Winterstein o er State ' s lim Sawhyll. Winterstein took a 3-2 decision over the ace of the Wolfpack, who had entered the match unbeaten. WRESTLING SCOREBOAFID Xppalachian 24 Carson-Newman 6 Appalachian 22 Mary -ille 12 Appalachian 31 Saint Andrews 5 Appalachian 2t Milligan 15 Appalachian 12 Old Dominion 12 Appalachian 22 Carson-Newman 6 Appalachian 19 Milligan 9 Appalachian 1 S VMI 11 Appalachian 12 N. C. State 12 Henry Mae ;!! Dean Tate DwiGHT Jackson C. H. Necessary, Jr. « in First row: Henry Marsh, Mac Critcher. Gerald Swaini, C. H. Necessary, Jr., Jim VA ' hitner, Mike Olivo, Jerry Baker, Ed Win- terstein, Allen Tolbert, Dean Tate, Dwight Jackson. Second row. Mana.iiei Plul Bowers, Bill Bookout, Johnny Cook, Martin Thrasher, Marcus Cooke, Jim Embrey, Stuart Smith, Joe Young, Bob Rollins, Larry Schriefer, Coach " Dutch " Meyer. Enough is eiiou li. St{dkiitg the victim! Mac Critcher Aii.FN Tolbert Jerry Barker Mike Olivo S« 1963 SCOREBOARD Appalachian 5 Appalachian Appalachian 6 Appalachian 6 Appalachian 2 Appalachian 3 Appalachian 8 Appalachian 5 Appalachian 5 Appalachian Appalachian 2 Appalachian 5 Appalachian 1 Appalachian 6 Appalachian 4 Appalachian 1 W estern Carolina 4 Newberry 1 Catawba 4 Elon 7 Lenoir Rhyne 8 Guilford 10 Guilford 11 Pfeiffer 12 High Point 2 Pfeiffer 22 Atlantic Christian 5 Atlantic Christian 3 Catawba 5 Newberry 10 Elon 1 High Point 15 Bill Jarrett Wayne Simmons JIMMV GoFF Jerky Saunders Dale Yount ;1,jU5Iun Leigh Herb Diggs BASEBALL ' ' iiii ' liMiiiiirtitt his IS what yon call " sliding " ? i 3 ■£ 1 . ' N K- » »rg- ' f ! HH H V ■ j.«iHlr . R HH H r 1 ■■, .r r- y:: itiZ2:s:- ■ • JP ' " ' - " -f - ' v — - ,-.vSv. V The Pitching Staff. First row. Gene Sides, Paul Reuter, Fred White. Second row. Jerry Saunders, Donn Goodwin, Bill Jarrett, Gene Daniels. Coach " Dutch " Meyer, Assistant Coach Bob Dellinger. Where ' s that fence? Where ' s that ball? Jim Bridges Fred White |oE GiBBS M4yt " ' ' .fM .•jfSissm u iMiMi ' m ' ■ ri Sal .w-- First roir: 1!,,1) I rinul, Jiiii ISd.Iui-, ,u C ,i , I ' liil I ' uiiui Jim Sides, Gene Uanicls. Dale Yount. Jim Goth l ex W alser. Wayne Simmons, Manager J. C. Broun. Second row: Assistant Coach Bob Dellinger, Jerry Greene, Doug Phillips, Wayne Avers, Gene Sides, Fred White, Herb Diggs, Houston Coach " Dutch " Meyer. Third row. Jerry Mi Bill Jarrett. Jerry Saunders, Fred Gragg. Leigh, Joe Gibbs, Is, Donn Goodwin, The Appalachian baseball team had a season record of Five wins and eleven losses. It was Coach Mever ' s first year with this team. The record does not clearly show the ability of this team. Gene Sides pitched twehe inn- ings against Newberry, but we lost 1 to 0. Some of the better hitters were Jim Goff with a .338 average. Herb Diggs with .328, and Dale Yount with .323. Next year ' s team will be without pitchers Bill Jarrett and Gene Sides, but Meyer has Dale Yount, Doug Phillips, Paul Renter, Jerry Saunders, and Fred White. Next season should he a much better one. ;;■( ; ih, Wayne Ayers Guy Cage Fred Gragg Paul Reuter GOLF That important putt! Lining itp a putt on tJie nintii green. Appalachian 6 Appalachian 16 Appalachian 13 Appalachian 16 Appalachian , I6V2 Appalachian 12 Appalachian 14 Appalachian 6 Appalachian 16 2 Appalachian , I6I 2 Appalachian ,13 Appalachian IWi Appalachian 41 2 Appalachian 51 2 Appalachian 11 Appalachian I2V2 Appalachian 16 Appalachian i4y2 Appalachian . 17 Appalachian . 21 Appalachian 141 2 Appalachian , . 151 2 Appalachian. . .15 Atlantic Christian .21 Lynchburg 11 Atlantic Christian 14 Lynchburg 11 Mercer OVi iMercer 15 High Point 4 St Andrews 21 Elon 101 2 Campbell IO1 2 Guilford 5 East Tennessee 71 2 Pfeiffer I31 2 Catawba I2V2 Guilford 7 Elon 141 2 Lenoir Rhyne ' 2 Catawba iVi High Point 1 Milligan 6 Lenoir Rhyne 3V ' 2 Catawba ' 21 2 Pfeiffer 3 Page One Hundred Ninety-two GOLF TEAM The Appalachian golf team had a season record of six- teen wins and seven losses. The team went on to win the Carolina Conference Tournament and the NAIA District 26 Tournament. As a finishing touch, the App team placed sixth in the country in the tournament in Kansas City, Missouri. A very good season for this win- ning team. Driving for the green! Teeing ofj! The iiialch ge s under u ' «r Firsf roir: Louis Gaston. Mickey Powers, Doug Dobbins, Sonny Second row: Coach Francis Hoover, Willy Maples, Austin Adams, Moran. Benjy Burnett, Bruce Sudderth. Page One Huudn ' d Niiielylhree A nice save! just a few final instructions! Norman Chambers Larry Vaughn Kay Stallings Sam Sifri 0 First row. Larry Vaughn, Kay Stallings, Sam Sifri. Second row. ]. W. Isenhower, Ronnie Snrarr, Captain Norman Chambers, Coach Jim Jones. MEN ' S TENNIS The App tennis team enjoyed a season conference record of eight wins and no losses. Their conference op- ponents scored only two points the entire season. The team won the Carolina Conference lournament with Norman Chambers as first flight singles ch ampion, Ron- nie Smarr and Norman Chambers as first flight doubles champions, Sam Sifri and Kay Stallings as second flight doubles champions, and Sam Sifri as fourth flight singles champion. Chambers won all of his nineteen matches for the season. Smarr, Stallings, and Sifri were defeated only once. With this brilliant playing, the tennis team fin- ished fourth in the national tournament in Kansas City, Missouri, with Norman Chambers playing as far as the quarter finals. J. W. Isenhower Ronnie Smarr Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian SCOREBOARD 7 Atlantic Christian 7 Atlantic Christian 8 East Tennessee 1 9 Wofford 9 North Georgia I The Citadel 8 6 Ersklne 6 Georgia Southern 3 7 College of Charleston ... 2 7 Pfeiffer 7 Guilford 6 Erskine 3 6 Western Carolina 7 Western Carolina 1 6 Guilford 1 6 Davidson 1 6 Pfeiffer 6 East Tennessee 2 6 North Georgia First roil ' : Luis Holmes, Joan Marcott. Second row: Georgia Landon, Am Madison. Martha Stephens W O M E N ' S TENNIS 1U:BECCA I ' OMI.INSON Coach I ' m ready for il! CoiigraluUitioi um muC m:a tmmk-m r HHNMI ■ ■ lilt i 1 P ' JMh m Sink or swim! On your mark SWIMMING First row: Buddy McCall. Dickie Havnaer, John Graziano, Peter Paul, Charles Councilman, Michael Jenkins. Second row: Howard W. Murphy, Herb Carlton, John Laramy, Buddy Kirby, Bill i eal. Third row: Coach Eric DeGroat. Dale Hedrick. ■i 1 11 1 J i LK l H A beaiitifid start! Page One Hundred Ninety-seven The Clunnpionship ' oUe)baU Team. WOMEN ' S INTRAMURAL SPORTS V ' ?ti said that men are the sirongc Watch the birdie ' . 101-102-103- Thal ' s the war tn do it! It s coming! MEN ' S INTRAMURAL SPORTS The Championship Footbnll ten The " Laughing Cavaliers! ' Say Uncle! The Championship Baseball team. Ann Oglesbv, Chief Van Morrow Judy Stiller Judy Benton Donna S. Richardson Judy M. Washburn Barbara D. Duncan Herman Piiitchard CHEERLEADERS Dr. John Van Noppen and Mr. Ellis Boatmax Sponsors Bain Ridge B.4RBARA Hanks Judy Ellington Kay Camlin, Becky Brown, Maryanne Mascot, Bonnie Walls. NoI pictured: Sande Baird. MAJORETTES Bonnie Walls Head Majorette Kay Camlin Maryanne Mascot Follow the leader! ATHLETIC hope they ' re not mad at me! " Btit. 1 can ' t swim. . Page Two Hundred Two ■ 1 1 1 E ' i M fllPv j i K 1 % Kr ' . 1 m K ' f m M 1 1 W M 1 S IB| |H| ii HK ' ' uRi Help. ; he Avpulachun, ' A INFORMALS It ' s my board! 1 E 9 K I HHHMI BISSiit k3(| H But 1 can ' t reach that high! FEATURES Follow ev ' ry rainbow, Till you find your dream. ' The best part of beauty is that which no picture can express. " -liACO.N ■r ' mmB,. » -. ' if r II I 1 J % k . a n n Old Administration Building SIXTIETH Honor the Past A. S. 1903 LoviLL Hall New Administration Building ANNIVERSARY Watauga Academy Serve the Future T. C. 1963 Newland Hall j V John Alexander Vice-Presideiil. N.S.G.A. Larry Allen Vice-President, Industrial Arts Club Gerald Andrews President. Senior Class Mary Louise Avery President. Student Residence Association Drusilla Beal Alpha Chi WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN Joanne Dholette Garvin Elrod, Jr. Gerald Francis Donna Havnaer Chet Hill Ruth Hunter President. Math Club Industrial Arts Club Top Ten Academically Junior Marshal President, Student Body Editor, The Appalach ( ddk dA Frank Maristany Dianna Neal Chief Junior Marshal President, Home Economics Club Frank Payne President, C.C.C. Brenda Petree President, JSlew Dorm H. H. Plotts, Jr. Undergraduate Assistant, Industrial Arts Department Dennis Saunders Mens -A " Club Page Two Hundred Eight Herbert Burns Norman Chambers Clarence Chapman Larry Crabtree Bessie Dawkins President, N.E.A. Teunis, Carolhia Conference Champion President. Junior Class Student Council Undergraduate Assistant, Biology Department AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Sandra Kiser Jill Knight John Lett Sarah Lockwood Charles McLean Claudia Moss McLean ecretary, Student Council Student Cotincil President, Religious Council President, Vernician Society President, Chi Lambda Chi President, A.C.E. f d i Priscilla Savage Class Editor, Rhododendron Charles Sink Collegiate Cix ' ics Chih Kenneth Smith Top Five Academically Jim Thornhill ' ice-President, Student Body Grace Toney Rae W ' orthington Dehaling Union Editor, Rhododendron Page Two Hundred Nine Chht Hill [ill K GHT . - ppa la en ia n (iiS Arppa I a en ia i Page Two Humired Ten CAMPUS SUPERLATIVES Frank Maristanv Mosf Vahuihle Jim McCurdy Most Popular Page Two Huiiiircd Eleven Gerald Andrews Most Versatile Jack Lytton Friendliest SENIOR CLASS Greg Van Orden Most Allilctic Boy Ann Oglesby Most Athletic Girl Page Two Hundred Twelve Joanne Haic.ler Most Attractive John Alexander Most Handsome SUPERLATIVES Frank Maristany Most luteUectiial llM ThORNHILL Most Likely To Succeed 3Bi ' 1 IILv MflM I Kgi PLAYS AND PROGRAMS Karen Duke, Folkshiger Marilyn Dubow, ' ioIinist Kaleidoscope Players ' presentation of Aiidrocles and the Lion The National Players ' presentation of " Othello " Nell Rankin— Mezzo-Soprai: riie Sinisinii Ser fc StWPW, POPULAR PROGRAMS COMMITTEE Gerald Andrews, Charles McLean, Ronnie Brooks, Sponsor; Fred Benfield. POPULAR POPULAR PROGRAMS COi LMITTEE Thukman Hollar, Clarence Chapman, Chairman; Wallace West. Not pictured- Dr. Max Dlxon. The joiinieyiiien. Page Two Hundred Sixteen PROGRAMS The Letteniien. The Shirelles. Page Two Hundred Seventeen Un Audu V V lurlu Homecoming Queen U iinnwij Dor)u Display. Beauty on Parade! HOMECOMING Senteti:Judy Martin, Queen. Standing: Judy T. Mauldin, Sande Baird, Barbara D. Duncan, Linda Murrell. Not pictured: Sarah Lytton. Puge Two Hundred Nineteen escorted hy Ed Hinkle Barbara D. Duncan escorted br Wayne Duncan HOMECOMING COURT ' 6 3 Judy T. Mauldin escorted by Don Mauldin ■■ f l r p« H ' M 1 1 m Page Two Hundred Twenty The moment of sjory Sande Baird escorted by Bob Rollins Linda Murrell escorted hy Larry Lawing Page Two Hundred Twenty-one on judu ( jSenh Christmas Queen Paige Brown, Pat Pittman, Jane Davenport, Judy Benton, Queen, Becky Riser, Annette Pender, Barbara Buchanan. CHRISTMAS COURT And, little girl, what xrouhl you like to have for Christmas? Santa hriniis Christmas cheer. Page Two Hundred Twenty-three Pat Pittman Jane Davenport CHRISTMAS Annette Pender COURT Barbara Buchanan Paige Brown Becky Kiser Ao - nne ll lcL aSii Co-ed of the Year Pat Pittman Itdd Aanuaru Judy Bower IVliii ebruat Carol Wynn COLLEGIATE CIVIC CLUB ' S CO-EDS OF THE MONTHS Jo Anne McCaslin Gail Jenkins VvliiS eptembe Nancy Sherri lllllii J une Linda Spencer Wis. OctoL Betty Lou Shaver Ruth Daughtry I V liii I lovemoev Judy Martin ivhii -JtiiQuii Sandy Philbeck I V liii rJ-)ecetnber , r Audu 93 c ower Representative of Collegiate Civic Club Queen of Clubs QUEEN OF CLUBS PAGEANT COMESTAXTS Left to Rioht: Barbara Hanks, Paige Brown, Barbara Buchanan, loanna Morris, loanne Haigler, Alaryanne iMascott, Judy Bower, Marsha Lawson, Gail lenkins. The presentation of the Miss Congeniality Award to Barbara Hanks. The crowning of our beautiful Queen. I May Queen iman Pat Pith Maid of Honor i V w a Mrs. Daisy Eggers iuforniaUy entertains the May Court. Dorothy B. Harris Senior Attendant C4» Clarice Farrington Senior Attendant Rae Worthington Senior Attendant i m ' C tfWkL Page Tiro Hundred Thirty-two ( o u r t Gail Jenkins lituior Atteudaut TJie binishiuB Touches luDv Stiller luuior Atieiiddiit Becky Kiser ]unior Atteiniunt Page Two Hundred Thirty-three J 963 Coronation Ball i v I a u i ourt |uDv Bower Sophomore Attendant Patsy Smith Sophomore Attendant Page Two Hundred Thirty-fo Seated: Paige Hhiwii. I ' at Pittinan. Maid ol Honor; Jo Anne McCaslin, Qu(_H. ' n, Dorothy B. Harris; Hae Worthington; Standing: Judy Bower; Becky Kiser; Gail Jenkins; Barbara Buchanan; Patsv Smith. Not Pictured: Clarice Farrington; Judv Stiller. Paige Brown Freshnmv Attcuihmt Barbara Buchanan FraJiumn AttciKhvit The Queen and her Ma}d of Honor. Congratulations! Flic I ' rocessionnl. GRADUATION A yoa soiioht and won. - • :: " - ' ' :: ' :; -- " " ' ' Ay m JUNIOR MARSHALS First row: Mary Lou Avery, Eunice Hovis, Sandra Motley, Sandra Kiser, Connie Jamieson, Mary Ellen Blevins. Second row: Betty Davis Chase, Grace Toney, Betty AUred, Eunice Secrest, Jill Knight, Lynda Johnson Kerley. Third row: Frank Maristany, Chief Marshal; Andy Virgil, Gerald Cox, Arnold Edminsten, Charles Sink, Winston Dean, Chet Hill. Fourth row: Kenneth Smith, Michael Smith, Jim Thornhill, John Nemeth. George Simmons, Ronnie Kanoy. The end of the heoiuiiing. .rr- ' !t •;f- -Ji. ■ H " Page Two Hundred Thirly-seven INDEX Administration Alpha Chi Alpha Lambda Sigma Alpha Psi Omega Appalachian, The Appalachian Debating Union, The Appalachian Student Citizenship Associati ' Appatones Association of Childhood Education Band Baptist Student Union Baseball Basketball Beta Beta Beta Campus Superlatives Canterbury Club Ccrcle Francais Cheerleaders Chemistry Society Chi Lambda Chi Christmas Court Co-eds of the Months College Staff Collegiate Civic Club Dedication Department 1 leads Faculty Fellowship of Christian Athletes Flying Fish Football Freshman Class Golf Graduation Highland Biologist 1 fomecoming Court Home Economics Club 1 louse Presidents Industrial Arts Club In Memoriam International Relations Club Junior Class Junior Counselors [unior Marshals Library Science Club Lutheran Student Association Majorettes Math Club May Court 20 136 137 137 134 149 147 166 157 164 144 188 180 138 210 146 148 200 150 139 222 226 33 160 16 23 24 155 162 172 112 192 236 150 218 153 156 158 126 147 70 156 237 153 145 201 151 230 Men ' s Athletic Association Men ' s Chorus Men ' s Intramural Sports Men ' s Tennis Mixed Chorus Modern Dance Music Education National Education Association Newman Club Orchestra Phi Beta Lambda Pi Delta Phi Pi Gamma Mu Pi Kappa Delta Pi Omega Pi Playcrafters Plays and Programs Popular Programs Queen of Clubs Religious Council Religious Emphasis Rhododendron Senior Class Senior Class Superlati es Sixtieth Anniversary Soccer Song Fest Winner Sophomore Class Spanish Club Student Council Student Residence Association Student Traffic Organization Swimming Track Wesley Foundation Westminster Fellowship Whos Who Women ' s Athletic Association Women ' s Chorus Women ' s Intramural Sports Women ' s Tennis Wrestling Vernician Society Yosef Young Democrats Club Young Republicans Club Young Women ' s Christian Association. 154 163 199 195 167 162 166 152 143 165 141 148 141 149 140 155 214 216 228 142 142 152 34 212 206 178 167 96 146 130 157 151 197 184 145 143 207 154 163 198 196 186 161 170 159 159 146 Pai e Tivu Hundred Thirty-eight ' $, 9 A t ■V- r ' ■• ; ' J-«5; :y ' v: r. : COLLEGE BOOK STORE APPALACHIAN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE THE HEART OF THE CAMPUS BOONE, N. C. Page Two Hundred Forty SHIRLEY RAGAN ESSO SERVICE 201 Hardin Street BOONE, N. C. " A Full Line of Atlas Products " ' Where You And Service Meet ' Compliments of T. R. HELMS CONTRACTOR HELMS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 710 State Street CHARLOTTE 8, NORTH CAROLINA Telephone EX 2-3242 North Carolina State License 2107 WINKLER MOTOR CO, INC Depot and Howard Streets Office, AM 4-8857 Parts Dept., AM 4-8856 BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA Page Two Hundred Forty -one l rauenette C-o. US. . THE MOST HONORED NAME IN WATER REPELLENTS 240 India Street PROVIDENCE, R. . 19 West 44 Stree t NEW YORK 36, N. Y. WELFORD, S. c. Page Two Hundred Forty-two FIRST NATIONAL BANK " Yc ur full service Home-Owned Bank Serving all of Watauga County " MEMBER F.D.I.C. Member Federal Reserve System P. 0. Box 547 BOONE, N. C. TWO PLACES TO EAT — " HERE AND AT HOME " WHERE STUDENTS MEET KIRK ' S RESTAURANT Open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. STEAKS— SEAFOODS— CHOPS— BARBECUE— PLATE LUNCHES SHORT ORDERS— SANDWICHES " COURTEOUS SERVICE " Telephone AMherst 4-3915 — 205 Hardin Street — Boone, N. C. MAULDIN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, INC. Phone 327-8396 1018B 3rd Ave., N.W. P. 0. Box 614 HICKORY, N. C. Distributors TOM ' S TOASTED PEANUTS Tom ' s Peanut Butter Sandwiches Tom ' s Candies Tom ' s Potato Chips Page Two Hiindied Forty-three WATAUGA SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION 106 West Main Street DIRECTORS: H G FARTHING WALTER H GREENE H P. HOLSHOUSER GUY W, HUNT JAMES P. MARSH HOWARD MAST DR. W, M. MATHERSON W, R. RICHARDSON R. C. RIVERS, JR. G. PERRY GREENE GROVER C RABLENIS. JR. Boone, North Carolina OFFICERS: H. G. FARTHING PRESIDENT R. C. RIVERS, JR, VICE-PRESIDENT JAMES p. MARSH SEC. -TREASURER The Watauga Savings and Loan Association has had a part in the growth of this area since 1921. We have noted with pride the growth and progress of Appalachian State Teachers College. Quality education is much more important than it was a few years ago. The administration and faculty along with the students have proven that Appalachian is the type of educational institution which is needed in this changing world of today. The people of Watauga Savings and Loan Association also feel very strongly about quality. We require quality in all the homes we finance. We offer the best rates available on your savings. Put these together and you have a sound financial institution. Assets over $10,500,000.00 Page Two Hundred Forty-four IMfE BELIEVE IN YOUR JUDGMENT PET DAIRY PRODUCTS COMPARE PET WITH ANY OTHER GREENE Buick-Pontiac, inc. BUICK-PONTIAC-OPEL CARS GMC TRUCKS 1115 E. King Street Dial AM 4-3778 P. 0. Box 487 BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. SPRUCE PINE, N. C. Page Two Hundred Forty-five THE PHTHlVEnEy BAM Capital Stock $1,924,000.00 Surplus $7,576,000.00 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. Appalachian is one of Wa- tauga County ' s greatest assets financially, edu- cationally and culturally. 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. 1. C. We appreciate the patronage of the students and faculty of Appalachian State Teachers College. Page Tiro Hundred Forty-iix CHURCH ' S STORE Where your dollar has more cents Men ' s Boys ' Clothing — Shoes Phone AM 4-8987 Boone, N. C. MAINTENANCE SUPPLY CO., INC. Building Maintenance Supplies HUNTERSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA BEAUTIFUL ja mmam FURNITURE Tobies, Accent Pieces, Sofos and Chairs French and Italian Provincial Traditional and Contemporary Styling NationaUii Advertised In House Beautiful, House and Garden, Better Homes and Gardens, Decorating Guides, and Brides Magazine HAMMARY MANUFACTURING CORPORATION LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA IT IS OUR PLEASURE — When you have a good time at the movies. IT IS OUR PLEASURE — When you laugh and cry at things you see on the screen. IT IS OUR PLEASURE — That youngsters have come to know and love the movies os a very special treat. IT IS OUR PLEASURE — That Hollywood is con- stantly searching tor new ideas and bringing them to life. IT IS OUR PLEASURE — That we hove a part in the entertaining of the students of Appalachian State Teachers College. THE APPALACHIAN THEATRE ' Everybody Likes Movies in Boone " Booi[ DRUG mm REXALL " The Professional Store " Four Registered Pharmacists W. R. Richardson 0. K. Richardson G. K. Moose Joe C. Miller Phone AM 4-3766 Western North Carolina ' s Most Modern and Complete Drug Store For Good Food Eat At Our New Modern Fountain Pngp Tiro Hundred For(y-sei ' eii BROYHILL FURNITURE FACTORIES LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA REPRESENTING LENOIR CHAIR CO. LENOIR FURNITURE CORP. CONOVER FURNITURE CO. 0. L. BROYHILL FURNITURE CO. HARPER FURNITURE COMPANY Page Two Hundred Forty-eight Meet Your Friends At CAROLINA PHARMACY Congratulations, Graduates Phone AM 4-3781 BOONE, N. C. Boone ' s Favorite Department Store HUNrS DEPARTMENT STORE BOONE TRAIL MOTEL U. S. 221 421 BOONE, N. C. Phone 264-8839 Mr. Mrs. Jake Mortez, Owners MOUNT VIEW MOTEL ENTRANCE OF SKI AREA AND PARKWAY Tile Both— Tub, Shower— Full Vanity— T.V. Woll-to-Woll Carpet— Electric Heat Private Balcony Overlooking Lake OPEN ALL YEAR U. S. 321 By-Pass Phone 295-7483 BLOWING ROCK, N. C. ELECTRICITY SERVES YOU Time-Saving and Penny-Wise NEW RIVER LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY REINS-STURDIVANT OF BOONE, INC. Licensed Funeral Directors and Embalmers BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA REINS-STURDIVANT MUTUAL BURIAL ASSOCIATION, INC. NORTH WILKESBORO, BOONE, WEST JEFFERSON, SPARTA, N. C. Page Two Hundred Forty-nine NORTH STATE CANNING COMPANY Producers of Quality WATAUGA CHOPPED KRAUT Mode from Mountain Grown Cabbage Post Office Box 326 — BOONE, N. C. — Phone AM 4-3045 VANNOrS DRIVE-IN MILK SHAKES SANDWICHES SHORT ORDERS Meet your friends at Vannoy ' s U. S. 421 ANDREWS CHEVROLET INCORPORATED DEALERS FOR CHEVROLET CHEVY II CORVAIR CHEVELLE OLDSMOBILE OLDS F-85 BOONE, N. C. Page Two Huvdred Fi(ly FRIENDLY SERVICE BURGESS FURNITURE STORE Serving this area with quality Furniture 425 West King Street BELK ' S BOONE ' S LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE " THE HOME OF BETTER VALUES " AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SHOPPING COMFORT THE TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT Open From 6 A.M. to 12 P.M. Specializing in Steaks, Chops, Seafoods Country Ham Hot Biscuits — Home Made Pies Short Orders — Sandwiches Curb Service 4 P.M.— 12 P.M. Dorm Delivery Highway 321 Blowing Rock Rood Phone AM 4-9933 BOONE, N. C. Page Two Huniired Fifly-oiie WATAUGA DEMOCRAT " Established 1888 " R. C- Rivers, Owner BOONE, N. C. TRAILWAY LAUNDRY and CLEANERS, Inc. " The Best in Laundry and Cleaning " Pick-up and Delivery Service Phone AM 4-8415 BOONE, N. C. Meet Your Friends At SHORTY ' S " The Students ' Nightly Retreat " SANDWICHES SHORT ORDERS Refreshment to You Through the Years COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. HICKORY, N. C. Page Two Hundred Fifty-two When your group goes together, go FIRST CLASS in modern Troilwoys diesel coaches, with uniformed, safety-trained operators. Troilwoys speciolly trained charter salesmen will coll on you without obligation. If requested they will present trip material before your group. QUEEN CITY TRAILWAYS Phone AM 4-8836 — Boone, N. C. Phone ED 2-6164 — Charlotte, N. C. VARSITY SHOP MEN ' S AND LADIES ' SPORTS APPAREL 225 E. King Street Phone AM 4-3520 CUPBOARD CASUALS " Tomorrow ' s Fashions Today " 311 E. King Street Phone AM 4-2540 Congratulat ions to A GROWING APPALACHIAN ' ! SHELBY CONCRETE PRODUCTS, INC, SHELBY, NORTH CAROLINA Page Two Hundred Fifty-three NEWTON ' S DEPARTMENT STORE Complete Line of MEN ' S AND LADIES ' READY-TO-WEAR At Popular Prices BOONE, N. C. Phone AM 4-8807 GRAY BROS. FURNITURE CO. " EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME " Phone 607 Wilkesboro, N. C. Dial 4227 West Jefferson, N. C. DANIEL BOONE HOTEL Elevation 3333 Boone, N. C. FREE PARKING DINING ROOM SERVICE J. B. McCoy, Mgr. C. A. Price, Resident Manager Phone AM 4-8815 SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS Tony ' s Pizza Parlor The Burger House College Entrance Blowing Rock Highway ' Where the students enjoy their Favorites ' Page Two Hundred Fifty- four The Portraits In This Yearbook Were Made By SMITH STUDIO Photographers of Raleigh Official Photographers For THE 1964 RHODODENDRON You may order any type pictures from us on the portraits appearing here, for we keep these negatives in our files 14 E. HARGETT STREET RALEIGH, N. C. 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