Appalachian State University - Rhododendron Yearbook (Boone, NC)

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iw j:;U• ' ■■( .• SEARCH FOR UNDERSTANDING j APPALACHIAN STATE TEACHERS COL Lois Parton Editor Beth Stevens Business Mcniager Miss Elizabeth Fox Adxiser cL P 1= ri E G E BOONE. NORTH CAROLINA % - VV ho IS man, what is he, from where did he come, and what is his destiny? Groping over the endless paths of those who have gone before, we seek to understand ourselves through learning from lectures, from experience, from books. Page Five JLRAVERSE to learn the intricacies of chemical re- actions . . . the complexity of a tree . . . the possible home of man . . . the expression of one ' s thoughts and emotions . . . Page Six b( Page Seven BOOK ONE Administration . . . Faculty . . . Gradu- ate Students . . . Classes BOOK TWO Student Council . . . Rhododendron . . . Appalachian . . . Clubs BOOK THREE Football . . . Soccer . . . Basketball . . . Track . . . Wrestling . . . Baseball . . . Golf . . . Tennis . . . Swimming . . . Cheerleaders . . . Majorettes BOOK FOUR Who ' s Who . . . Superlatives . . . Plays and Programs . . . Popular Programs . . . Homecoming . . . Christmas Court . . . King of Hearts . . . May Court . . . Graduation Page Eight Page Nine Page Ten T. HE eager anticipation of the parade . . . the spontaneous group discussions . . . the untold satisfactions to be found in serving with the Peace Corps . . . the joy of sharing nature ' s beauty . . . Ti HE traditional snake dance . . . the dorm Christmas parties . . . the partaking of an atmosphere conducive to laughter, gossip, or debates— through this association with others we learn better to understand ourselves. . " Page Twelve Page Thirteen Page Fourteen IHE intensity of a basketball game ... the pleasure of winning ... the sorrow of losing ... the apprehensive enthusiasm of a football game— through this competition we find and understand our thoughts and emotions. Page fifteen Mr. Ellis G. Boatman Page Sixteen DEDICATION To a man who takes a oenuine and personal interest in his students and who is always ready to gi ' e his time, energy ]o alt ' , and friend- ship to all vyho eall upon him, we the 1965 RiioDouENDRON Stall prouclly dedicate this yearbook to Mr. Ellis G. Boatman. Page Seventeen f B - t gt 1 Iv 1 v 9 ir- ' Sii w|fgy " ' Pi.rs. BOOK ONE Page Nineteen Dr. W. H. Plemimons A.B., A.M.. Ph.D., LL.D. President Page Twenty ADMINISTRATION James D. Rankin A.B., A.M., D.S.T.D. President Evieritiis D. Bernard Dougherty B.S. " ice-President and Comptrolle Page Twenty-one Herman R. Eggers A.B., iM.A. Dean of Student Affairs Maxie G. [iDMisi 1 : B.S., M.A. Dean of Women RoNr«- L. Brooks B.S. Dean of Men ADMINISTRATION O. Kenneth Webb, jr. B.A., B.D., Ph.D. Ass. ' .s. ' ni;( Dean of Student Affah 5en F. Strickland B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. Registrar James D. Lacey B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. Director of Admissions vsaj l l ?!toi V S l4 £Jii |. F. BozARD Gratis D. Williams James E. Stone Robert T. Allen B.A., M.A., Ph.D. A.B., M.A., Ph.D. B.S., M.S., Ed.D. A.B. Dean of Instruction Director of Graduate Studies Director of Summer Sessions Director of Foundations, and Extension Public Relations and News Bureau Page Twenty-two DEPARTMENT HEADS F. Ray Derrick B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Biology Orus R. Sutton B.S., M.A. Bus Hess Education Woodford Grady Sink A.B., M.S., Ph.D. Chemistry Ben H. Horton, 1r. B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Education and Psychology Graydon p. Eggers B.A., A.M., Ph.D. English ]. Roy Prince B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Foreign Language Mary Brown Allc;ood B.S.. M.S. Home Economics William Leonard Eury A.B., B.S., M.S. Library Ila T. Justice A.B., B.S., M.E. Library Science Paul Sanders B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Mathematics William G. Spencer B.M.Ed., M.A., Ed.D. Music Marshall Waters B.S., M.A. Physical Education XA ' alter C. Connolly B.A., xM.S., Ph.D. Physics Julian Yoder B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Social Studies Thomas L. Tedeoud B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Speech Not Pictured Clarence B. Bunch, Jr. B.S., M.A. Art Howard S. Decker B.S., M.S., M.A,, Ed.D. Industrial Arts Page Twenty-three FACULTY Ruby Akers A.B.. M.A. Eiigliih Dorothy Atwell B.M., M.A. Music Gelene A. Atwood A.B. Chemistry J. Paul Bagley B.S., M.A. Education Ralph W. Ball I.A., M.A., M.S., Ph.D. Math Vera Ellen Ball B.S., M.S. Physical Education John Glenn Barden A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Education Richard Thomas Barker B.S., M.A. Circulation Librarian Ann Mae Blackburn B.S., M.A. Business Education Edna Faye Bloodworth B.S., M.S. Physical Education C. Milton Blue B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Special Education Ellis G. Boatman A.B., M.A. Social Studies Ben G. Bosworth B.S.Ed., M.A., Ed.D. Education Carl H. Bredon B.S., M.A. Foreign Languages G. T. Buckland B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Mathematics Tu ' cnty-jour Christine Calvert B.S., M.S. Home Economics Beulah Campbell A.B., M.A. Education Irvin Watson Carpenter, Jr. B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Biology J. Lou Carpenter A.B., M.S. Speech Roger Myron Clites A.B., M.A. Social Studies James Monroe Cole B.S., M.Ed. Education Walton S. Cole B. A., M.M. MiisJc Francis Cook B.A., M.A. English John Paris Corey B.S., M.A. Education Page Twenty-fii ' C Elliiiii : 1 Grace M. Councill B.S., M.A. Education James Cullivan B.S., M.A. Physical Education Ennis Davis B.S., M.A. Education Ekic 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 Studies Edwin Shull Dougherty B.S.. .M.A. Social Studies Eugene Christopher Drozdowski B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Social Studies Lawrence Edwards A.B., M.A., Ph.D. English Page Twenty-six FACULTY 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 Stone 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 Clarence Hazel Gilstrap B.A., M.A. Education Gave Wagoner Golds B.S., M.A. Library Ray L. Graham B.S., M.A. Mathematics Howard A. L. Greer B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Biology MiGNONNE Griggs B.S., M.Ed. Education Carl F. Haenselman B.M.Ed., M.M. Music John Ward Hamilton B.S., M.A. Foreign Languages ■M A ' PR Page Twenty-seven FACULTY Rachel Findley Hanson B.S., M.S. Home Economics J. Edward Harbill A.B., M.A.. Ph.D. Education Martha G. Hawkinson B.S., M.A. Business Education Walter 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 Alice Huff A.B., B.S. Cataloger William A. Lmperatore B.S., M.A. Social Studies Charles L. Isley, Ir. 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 Page Twenty-eight James Frederick Jones A.B., M.A. Business Education EsTELA L. Leon B.S., Ph.D. Mathematics Robert G. Light B.S., M.S. Physical Education Virginia Linney B.M., MM. Music John Pender MacBrvde A.B., LA. 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 : hm r Page Twenty-nine Eloise C. Melton A.B., M.A. Social Studies Jack R. Melton A.B., M.A.. Ph.D. Education W. Dean Meredhh B.S., M.Ed. Education Carl J. Messere B.S., M.A. Btisiness Education George B. Miles B.S., Ph.D. Chemistry Faye Mitchell A.B., M.A. Circulation Librarian Marcus B. Morehead B.S. Biology Joseph Murphv A.B., M.A. Education William Thomas Nichols B.A., Ph.D. Social Studies Page Thirty FACULTY Clyde C. Owen B.S., M.S. Industrial Arts Malcolm O. P. rtin A.B. Social Studies B. Carter Pate B.A., M.A., St.B., Ph.D. Social Studies Paul Patterson B.S., M.Ed., Ph.D. Mathematics Samuel H. Pettigrew B.A., M.A., Ph.D. PsycUology R. Duk;iit Pettus A.B., M.S. Industrial Arts Leroy Pike A.B., M.S., Ph.D. Chettiistry Uberto Price B.S., M.A. Education John Alfred Pritchett, Jr. A.B., M.A. Education Leo K. Pritchett A.B., M.Ed. Social Studies Eunice Query A.B., M.A. Library Science Beatrix B. Ramey B.S., M.A. Education J. Frank Randall A.B., M.S., Ph.D. Biology Robert L. Randall B.S., M.A., C.A.S. Education Robert E. Reiman B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Social Studies Page Thirty-one V fe M I I d ivi FACULTY Lee Francis Reynolds B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Edjicatinn Madge Rhyne B.S., M.S. Home Ecoitomics Daniel A. Rigsby B.S., M.S. Industrial Arts Jane Margaret Riner B.S., M.A. Business Eihicaiion Kent Robinson B.S., M.A. Biology Thomas Leo Rokoske B.S., M.S. Physics Howard James Ryan A.B.. M.A. Social Studies HoYT W. Safrit B.S., ALA. A III sic Olan Savvey B.S., M.A., Ph.D. English James JVL Sawyer B.S., M.A. Education Charles Scruggs A.B., ALA. Foreign Language NoLLiE W. Shelton B.S., M.A. Education Z. V. Shook B.S., ALA. Order Lihraiian Carolyn Meredith Smith B.S., M.A., Ed.S. Special Education Catherine Smith B.S., M.A.Ed. Art Page Thirly-tix ' O Paul Stanley Smith A.B., M.A., Ed.S. English Walter Thomas Snipes B.S., M.Ed., Ed.D. Psychology Starr Neely Stacy, Jr. B.S., M.A. Mathematics Frank Steckel B.S., M.A. Industrial Arts Vernon O. Stumpf A.B., M.A. Social Studies Betty McGee 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 ' k MJrh Page Thirty-three h wm t Kathryn Croft Tujlly A.B., M.A. Business Education Ina W. Van Noppen B.S., M.A., Ed.D. Social Studies John ]. Van Noppen, III A.B., M.A., Ph.D. English Teunis Vergeer A.B., M.S., Ph.D. Biology Thurston Walls B.A., M.A. Social Studies Marvo Walters B.S. Foreign Languages Robert W. Watkins B.S., M.A. Physical Education Vivl n W. Welborn B.S., M.S. Home Economics George R. Wesley B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Psychology Roger V. Whitener B.S., M.A. English Eldon G. Woodcock A.B., Th.M. Social Studies Dorothy Do-Sun Yu A., M.A. in L.S. Library Science Page Thirty-four COLLEGE STAFF Mary Edith Bell Justice Hall Howard ]. Cottrell College Bookstore Ada B. Crisp New Dorm Plennis B. Crouch Locust Hall Ruth German East Hall Mary E. Haralson Dauph-Blan Marjorie L. Kelley East Hall Irene Laird North Hall Wade D. Meadows College Bookstore Larry Penley Ptihtic Information Officer Marvin Russell Traffic Manager Emma Mart Taylor East Hall Clyde Tester Traffic Manager Arlie a. Thompson Neu ' Dorm Vera C. Tunnell Periodicals Librarian Ethel G. Tyson Lovill Hdl John W. Welborn Food Service Director Dee R. Winkler White Hall o GRADUATE STUDENTS Barnes, Bruche Wayne Concord, N. C. Beattie, Frances Gly-n Hickory, N. C. Benfield, Ernest F. Lenoir, N. C. Bishop, William Lynn Taylors, S. C. BONDURANT, RuTH VICTORIA Greensboro, N. C. Brookshire, Thomas Howard Tavlorsville, N. C. Burroughs, Arthur Dean Orlando, Fla. Catron, James Otis, Jr. Gamboa, Canal Zone Caudill, Stephen Ross Summerfield, N. C. Cavanagh, John Joseph Boone, N. C. Chambers, Norman Charlotte, N. C. Chang, Lytjia Ling Feng Taipei, Taiwan. China Chao. Iris Yu lan Chia Yi. Taiwan. China Chavis, Jane Ann Inkster, Mich. Chen. Yi Feng Tainan, Taiwan, China Page Thirty-six GRADUATE STUDENTS Chen, Yvonne Yih-Jia Taipei, Taiwan, China Chiang, Yu-Hsin Hsinchu, Taiwan, China Chow, Loretta Pui-Man Hong Kong, China Chu, Gen Sen Taichung, Taiwan, China Clayton, Robert George Boone, N. C. CooLEY, Phyllis Ann Gravel Switch, K . Crain, Thomas Preston Greer, S. C. Dagenhart, Garland Myers Taylorsville, N. C. Daughert % Karen Grayson, N. C. Douglas, William Aaron, Jr. Liberty, Ky. Ferguson, Vivian Rose Ferguson, N. C. Fowler, William Lee Boone, N, C. Fox, Glenn Elbert Burnsxille, N. C. (Ireene, James Carson Boone, N. C. l Hamilton, Hope R. Boone, N. C. Page Thirty-seven GRADUATE STUDENTS Haivd, Lawrence Thomas Butler, N. J. I Iarris, David Winston Jones ' ille, Va. Havnaer, Donna C. Hickorv, N. C. Herman, Stephen Gary Newton, N. C. } loYLE, Mitchell D. Forest City, N. C. Isenhour, Joseph William Concord, N. C. I in, Jeng Felicity Taipei, laivvan, China Johnson, Janet Faye Raleigh, N. C. loRDAN. James H. Charlotte, N. C. Kang, Jeanne Ching-Ren Taijiei, Taiwan, China Kanoy, Ronald West Thomasville, N. C. Keck, Timothy Alan Hickorv, N. C. Kerley, Linda Johnson ■ Hiddenite, N. C. Kerley, Lindell Monroe Hiddenite, N. C. Lackey, Mary Rhyne Statesville, N. C. Page Thirty-eight GRADUATE STUDENTS Li, Margaret Yun Taipei, Taiwan, China Loos, Earl Don, Jr. Okeana, Ohio LuKOSKi, LuK£ Paul New London, Conn. Lytton, Jack Brown Surgoinsville, Tenn. McKenzie, Jerry W. Boone, N. C. Moore, Shirley Ann Swannanoa, N. C. (Jverbay, Alfred Benjamin Granite Falls, N. C. Pao, Delphine Tine-Ling Taipei, Taiwan, China Poole, Dorcan Radeanna Claremont, N. C. Powell, Steven F. Shelby, N. C. QuiLici, Augustine F. Wilkesboro, N. C. Ratledge, Thomas H. Pfafftown, N. C. Rhyne, Joe Harold Newton, N. C. Richardson, George Carr Durham, N. C. Rollins, Phillip Rhea Rockholds, Kv. Page Thirty-itine GRADUATE STUDENTS RovALL, Hardin Ioseph, Jr. Boone, N. C. RovALL, Sylvia Sue Greene Boone, N. C. Sealv, Lucy Eleanor Fairmont, N. C. Self, Carolyn r. Ala. Shen, Catherine Hliei-Chen Hsinchu. laiwan, China Shieh, Cheryle Ching-Sieh Taipei, Taiwan, China Sullivan, |. Patricia Marion, N. C. Tickle, Thomas Richard McCain, N. C. ToNEY, Cora Grace Elienboro, N. C. Virgil, Andrew Ioseph Rosdand, N. J. Walker, Rachel Brady Lowell, N. C. Weidberg, Rodney L. AshcviUe, N. C. West, Terrell Randall Le.xington, N. C. Woo, Mav-Wan I long Kong, China Yang, Dorothy ' Tsang-Pai Tainan, Taiwan, China Page Forty GRADUATE STUDENTS Yang, Grace Hui-Mei Tainan, Taiwan, China Yates, Georgia Ayers Boone, N. C. Yonce, Rubie Herlong Johnston, S. C. YONG, KUANG ChOON johore, Malaysia h Page forty-one Rii[)V Diamond, President Terry Pope, Vice-President THE SENIOR CLASS • 1965 Frances Crabtree, Secretary Page Forty-tivo SENIORS AciiFF, |ames Herbert Morgan ton, N. C. Adams, Austin Alfred Boone, N. C. Adkins, Carol ynn Lynnette Greenville, S. C. Adkins, Linda Lee King, N. C. Albert, Sondra Elizabeth Haddonfield, N. J. Allison, Brenda Carol Mooresville, N. C. Allison, Sylvia Rebecca Hickory, N. C. Allred, Elsie Elaine Charlotte, N. C. Allred, Sammy Lee Hamptonxillc, N. C. Allred, Zedena Ann Lexington, N. C. Anderson, Barbara CiRAiiAM C;astonia, N. C. Angell, David Mitchell MocksviUe, N. C. Arnold, [ames Clifton, Jr. Waynesvillc, N. C. Arrowood, Dorothy Ann Nebo, N. C. Atkins, Johnny Wayne Dobson, N. C. Page Forty-three SENIORS AULTMAN, BrENDA ElAINE Hickory, N. C. Ayers, Wayne Houston Charlotte, N. C. Bacon, Bronwen Ann Brevard, N. C. Barnette, Susan Everett Charlotte, N. C. Bailey, Carolyn Clevenger Black Mountain, N. C. Bailey, Martha Spruce Pine, N. C. Baney, Mary Louise Lexington, N. C. Barber, Sylvia Anne King, N. C. Barker, James Delano Lansing, N. C. Beam, Mary Jane Bessemer City, N. C. Beaty, Evelyn Slie Dallas, N. C. Beaver, Aloma Yvonne Mooresville, N. C. Beaver, Linda Louise I litlclenite, N. C. Beckett, Joseph John Rehoboth Beach, Del. Bedwell, Barbara Neal Independence, Va. Page Forty-four SENIORS 3elk, Joe T. Hickory, N. C. Bennett, Charles Norman Asheboro, N. C. Bell, Walter Henry Denmark, N. C. Beroth, Walter Winfield Winston-Salem, N. C. Bishop, John Larry Greensboro, N. C. Black, Brenda Kay Charlotte, N. C. Blackmon, Ronald Ashley Charlotte, N. C. Blair, Marion Frances Stem, . C. Blake, Gail Janette Mt. Gilead, X. C. Bodenheimer, Sandra Gail Norfolk, Va. Booth, I Iarry Pegram Charlotte, N. C. Border, Nancy Elizareth Hano er, Pa. BosT, Brenda Lee Kannapolis, N. C. BosT, Ina Kathryn Statesville. N. C. Bowers, Emma Jane Peachland, N. C. " Jtk Ifo Pogf Forty jh ' e Bowers, Sylvia Kay Albemarle, N. C. Brittain, Marilyn Maxine H. Connelly Springs, N. C. Brittain, Martha Kay Hickory, N. C. Broadwell, Morris Elizabeth Wilmington, N. C. Brooks, Iames Thomas, Ir. Marion, N. C. Brooks, Wayne P. Shelbv, N. C. Brooks, William Nelson Shelby, N. C. Brookshire, Clayton H. Stanley. N. C. Brookshire, John Nelson, Jr. Boone, N. C. SENIORS Browder, Jo Dayvault Boone, N. C. Brown, Gilma Elizabeth Boone, N. C. Brown, Grover Franklin Boonville, N. C. Brown, Mary Anne D. Winston-Salem, N. C. Brown, Pamela Ann Mooresville, N. C. Broyhill, Myrtle Ruth Millers Creek, N. C. Pa e Fnrty-six Buchanan, Sara S. Montezuma, N. C. Bum, Cynthia Routh Trov, N. C. BULLINGTON, WanDA Lou Pilot Mountain, N. C. BUMGARNER, Ph LLIS ElAINE Lenoir, N. C. Bunch, Bonnie Mae New London, N. C. BuRGE, Amy Jo Pilot Mountain, N. C. BuRGiN, Judith Ann Marion, N. C. Burleson, Toby Roger Albemarle, N. C. Burns, Phillip Lee Valdese, N. C. SENIORS Bush, Mary H. Lenoir, N. C. Byers, Mary Frances Boone, N. C. B ' NLiM, Fred Alexander Hudson, N. C. Cable, Mary Edna Marion, N. C. Caldwell, )ulia Sherrill Sherrill ' s Ford, N. C. Campbell, Clarence Luther Forest City, N. C. Page Forty-seven SENIORS Campbell, Doris Shaw Maiden, N. C. Campbell, Ruth Kathryn Salisbury, N. C. Canipe, Stephen Thomas Winston-Salem, N. C. Cannon, JoAnn Connelly Springs, N. C. Capps, Janice Garris Ashe ille, N. C. Cardwell, Bill Franklin Wilkesboro, N. C. SSm Carlton, Bonnie Anne Winston-Salem, N. C. Carpenter, David Troy, Jr. Cherrvvillc, N. C. Carpenter, Sarah B. Erwin, N. C. Carr, Ramona Gail Palatka, Florida Carroll, jerel Dean Boone, N. C. Carson, Nadine Spencer Kings Mountain, N. C. Carter, Barbara Lansing, N. C. Carter, Joanne Lucille Ashe ille, N. C. Carter, Nona Jeanette Thomas ' illc, N. C. Page Forty-eight SENIORS Caruso, Virginia Elizabeth Valdese, N. C. Casey, Samuel Bowden Rocky Point, N.C. Chandler, Alice Gail Asheville, N. C. Chandler, Linda Jane Forest City, N. C. Chapman, Barbara Ann Mocksville, N. C. Chapman, Rebecca Ann Morganton, N. C. Chisholm, Brenda Joyce Lexington, N. C. Chow, Anna Ching-Chung Hyogo, Japan Chrisawn, Cynthia AjNN Burnsville, N. C. Christy, |ames Brown Kannapolis, N. C. Church, Gloria Jeanne Fort Worth, Tex. Church, Judy Ferguson Lenoir, N. C. Crysel, Kenneth Allen Wilkesboro, N. C. Clark, Maxine Vickie Bessemer City, N. C. Clayton, Douglas Ray Roxboro, N. C. Page hoity nine Cline, |udv Prestwood Lenoir, N. C. Cline, Norma Jean Claremont, N. C. Coble, James Thomas Hickoiy, N. C. Conrad, Charles William Winston-Salem, N. C. Collins, Brenda Sue Draper, N. C. Cooke, William Marcus Boone, N. C. Cooper, Mario Vincent Greenville, S. C. CoRDELL, Peggy Iean Newton, N. C. CoRLis, Maryann Christine Northport, New York SENIORS Corriher, Everette Feezor Mt. Ulla, N. C. Crabtree, Frances Magalene Hurdle Mills, N. C. Craddock, Nancy Smith Stoneville, N. C. Craig, Douglas Arthur Lincolnton, N. C. Crayton, Thomas Nelson Charlotte, N. C. Crouse, Robert Dale Sparta, N. C. Page Fifty CuMBiE, Roger Lee Gastonia, N. C. CuMMiNGS, Judy Lee Apex, N. C. Curtis, Frank Parker, Jr. Elkin, N. C. Daces, Lee Vincent, Jr. Newland, N. C. Dale, Martha Jane Canton, N. C. Dalton, Mary Rita Lincolnton, N. C. Dalv, Robert Patrick Convent, N. J. Dancy, Glenn III Davis, Billy Joe Hays, N. C. Shclbv, N. C. SENIORS Davis, Ethel Rutherfordton, N. C. Davis, Joey Patricia Charlotte, N. C. Davis, Roy, Jr. Cornelius, N. C. Davis, Thanna Black Burnsville, N. C. Davis, Wanda Gay Dobson, N. C. Davis, William Morgan War, W. Va. Page Fifty oiie SENIORS Daye, John Greer Deal, Sandra Lee Diexel, N. C. Boone, N. C. Dean, Thomas Franklin Kings Mountain, N. C. DeBord, Hattie Jo Grassy Creek, N. C. Derey, Marsha Deane Marion, N. C. Diamond, Rlidy Favetteville, N. C. k gl DiNKiNs, loHN Wayne Yadkinville, N. C. Dixon, Jerry Hugh Wingate, N. C. DoAN, William Harold Burns -ille, N. C. DoBBS, John Wardell, Jr. Gastonia, N. C. DosTER, Ralph Ly-nn Pineville, N. C. DoTsoN, Betty ' Martha Blowing Rock, N. C. DouB, Sandra Carol Tobaccoville, N. C. DouGAN, Carolyn Irene Bessemer City, N. C. Dlickworth, Virginia Leslie Morsanton. N. C. Page Fifty-two SENIORS Duncan, Barbara Deal Lenoir, N. C. Duncan, Linda Delane Monroe, N. C. Duncan, Waytve Day Danville, Va. Durham, Franklin C. Cheney Doraville, Ga. Durham, Martha Wood Tucson, Ariz. DuvALL, Ray ' mond Jackson West Jefferson, N. C. DvER, Donna Stanley North Wilkesboro, N. C. Eads, Bruce Wayne Sanford, N. C. Eads, Ora Wilrert, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Eaker, Linda Inez ChcrryviUc. N. C. Earley, Fay Horace Bostic, N. C. Edwards, Romona Diann Union Mills, N. C. Edwards, Rosemary Sherrill ' s Ford, N. C. Eidson, Charlotte Rebecca Kannapolis, N. C. Eller, Vella Faye Hays, N. C. Page Fifty-three Eller, William Fraser Warrensville, N. C. Ellington, Judy E. Cherrvville, N. C. Elliott, Doris Jean Marion, N. C. Englebert, Billy L. North Wilkesboro, N. C. Ensley, Sybil Jessup Winston-Salem, N. C. Erwin, Tommy Eugene Asheville, N. C. Farthing, Sara E. Mebane, N. C. Faucette, Mary Isla Mebane, N. C. Ferguson, Carole Elizabeth Rural Hall, N. C. SENIORS Ferguson, (ohn Edwin Roxboro, N. C. Fleming, Patricia Ann Woodleaf, N. C. Foltz, Elizabeth Ann Winston-Salem, N. C Fortner, Perbie Bruce Bryson City, N. C. Foster, Judith Ann Carthage, N. C. Foster, Loretta Lee Kerners ' ille, N. C. Page Fifty-jour Foster, Marjorie Gail Asheboro, N. C. Francis, Gerry L. Arlington, Va. Frazier, Marvie Dian Trinity, N. C. Frazier, Nancy Jane Granite Falls, N. C. Frost, Elsie Mae Wilmington, N. C. Fulbright, Meri Ruth Newton, N. C. Fulbright, Sylvia Christine Newton, N. C. Funderburk, Henry Moser Monroe, N. C. FuRR, Margaret Ann Albemarle, N. C. SENIORS Gaither, Gerald Henderson Statesville, N. C. Garland, Carole Eunice Robbinsville, N. C. Gentry, Margaret Lois Todd, N. C. Gentry, Nancy Mildred Mount Airy, N. C. CiiLLESPiE, Gracia Terrell Eau Gallie, Fla. GiLREATH, Patricia Lee Shelby, N. C. Page Fifty-five SENIORS CiLASCX E, DONNIS CarOLYN Shelby, N. C. Glenn, Margaret Carolyn Boone, N. C. Golden, Opal Mae State Road, N. C. Gray, Anthony Irvin Baltimore, Md. G.RAY, George Bennett Morganton, N. C. Graybeal, Thomas Carlyle Grayson, N. C. Grayson, Carolyn Hankins Shelby, N. C. Grayson, Julia Ann Rockv Mount, N. C. Green, Billie Slie Ramseur. N. C. Greene, Frankie Braswell Concord, N. C. Greene, Minnie Brooks Raleigh, N. C. CiREENE, Phyllis Lee Spruce Pine, N. C. Greene, Willie Banks Lenoir, N. C. Griffin, Diana Sue Wingate, N. C. Griffin, jerry ' Michael Forest Citv, N. C. Page Fifty-six SENIORS Griffin, |ohn Earl Greensboro, N. C. Griffin, )oyce Geraldine Wadesboro, N. C. Griffin, Marion Claude, Jr. Marshville, N. C. Grigg, Stephen Chauncey Shelby, N. C. Grogan, Virginia May Charlotte, N. C. Gruetter, E. Neal Asheville, N. C. GuFFEV, Linda Lee Rutherfordton, N. C. Gulledge, Norma Jean Wadesboro, N. C. 1 Iager, |udy Elaine Alexis, N. C. I Iagler, Robert Todd Charlotte, N. C. I Iailey, loE T. Matthews, N. C. 1 Iall, Dean Edward Marion, N. C. I Ianks, Barbara Elizabeth Charlotte, N. C. I Iarbin, Larry Ronald yXnderson, S. C. I L re, Anne Elliott West Asheville, N. C. fagc h:jly seven Harmon, Dorothy Cope Boone, N. C. Harmon, Joe Bill Vilas, N. C. Hancock, Lillie Irene Vesta, Va. Harris, Gloria Jean Abingdon, Va. Iarbis, IiiDiTH Lee Burnsville, N. C. Harris, Nancti ' Ellen Greensboro, N. C. 1 Iarris, Patricia Summers Valdese, N. C. Harris, Wanda Jean Mebane, N. C. Hartsell, Patrick Allen Mount Hollv, N. C. SENIORS 1 Iarwood, Roger Lee New London, N. C. Hastings, Christine Katie Lenoir, N. C. I Iasty, Lora Karen Norwood, N. C. I L TLEY, Lillian Morris Albemarle, N. C. 1 Iedrick, Dale Frank Denton, N. C. Helms, Glorla Ann Mount Hollv, N. C. Page Fifty-eight Helms, William Carter Charlotte, N. C. Hemby, Peggy Alice Matthews, N. C. Henderson, Glenn Fred Henderson ille, N. C. Henderson, Rebecca Jane Cramerton, N. C. Hendrick, Betty Ann Shelbv, N. C. Henson, James Hugh RutherFordton, N. C. Hester, Martha Louise Hice, Richard L. Shelbv, N. C. Valdese, N. C. Hildebran, Kenneth Wamve Cono er, N. C. SENIORS 1 1 ill, Bett ' Jean Asheboro, N. C. I liLL, Christine Elizabeth Lexington, N. C. I (ill, Clarence Whitley Smithfield, N. C. I IiLL, Henry Whitmore Cheraw, S. C. 1 liLL, Ronald Fr, nklin Charlotte, N. C. Hines, Frieda Sue Rutherfordton, N. C. Page Fifty-nine SENIORS 1 loDGES, Mark Waitsel Boone, N. C. 1 k)ix;iN, Bob Gene Asheboro, N. C. 1 loKE, Shirley Marie Lenoir, N. C. HoLBROOK, Mary Joy ' ce Traphill, N. C. Hooker, Brenda Gavle Asheboro, N. C. Howe, Mary Lou Gastonia, N. C. Howell, Arnold Marvin Greer, S. C. Howell, Carolyn Frances Washington, D. C. Howell, Martha Ann Concord, N. C. Howell, Mary Alice Rutherfordton, N. C. HOYLE, IeNNY LyNTN Shelbv, N. C. Hlidson, Judith Sahsburv, N. C. I luGHEs, James Daniel Greensboro, N. C. I kiGHES, N ancy Carolyn Bakersville, N. C. Humphrey, Alethea Ann Gold Hill. N. C. Page Sixty SENIORS HuNEYCUTT, Carole Blake New London, N. C. ISENHOUR, LeNORA jONES Hickory, N.C. Jackson, John D wight Boone, N. C. JARVis, Irma Riddle Ienkins, Mildred Crossnore, N. C. |ones ' ille, N. C. Ienkins, Ray Beam, Jr. Cherrvville, N. C. Jenkins, Rex Hal Statesville, N. C. Johnson, Betty Etta Johnson, D. H. Pelham, N. C. Boone, N. C. Johnson, Linda Carolene Dobson, N. C. Johnson, Mary Sue East Bend, N. C. Johnson, Nancy Grayson Charlotte, N. C. Jones, Elizabeth Carol Norlina, N. C. Jones, Nancy Gail Mount Holly, N. C. Jones, Ronald Kennedy Winston-Salem, N. C. ge Sixly-unti loYCE, Michael E. Madison, N. C. Kates, M. Lucy Morganton, N. C. Keener, Julia Carolyn Boger City, N. C. Kelley, Philip Lehigh Acres, Fla. Kennedy, Margaret Jane StatesviUe. N. C. Keys, Sally ' Ruth Kannapolis, N. C. Keziah, Martha Jane Hamlet, N. C. Kilpatrick, Ronald Lee Marble, N. C. King, E. Ford Boone, N. C. SENIORS Kiser, Rebecca Catherine Shelby, N. C. Kiziah, Ronald Lee Hickory, N. C. Kluttz, Richard Steven Cleveland, N. C. Kluttz, Margaret Adams Bunnlevel. N. C. Knight, Kenneth B. Hickory, N. C. Kurfees, Eleanor Marie Mocksville, N. C. ■ s -: kJ k Pai e Sixty-two Lamb, Douglas Laney, J. Walt III Chesnee, S. C. Monroe, N. C. Lanev, Mickey Wayne Maiden, N. C. Lanford, Fred Robert Lenoir, N. C. Lawson, Marsha Lynn Richmond, ' a. Laws, Pal Autry ElkPark, N. C. Ledford, Bruce Randal Bakersville, N. C. LeFever, Linda Royster Cherryville, N. C. LeFever, Robert L., Ir. Hiyh Point, N. C. SENIORS Lemons, Billy Carroll Shelby, N. C. Lewis, Elizabeth Josephine Cooleemee, N. C. Linebercer, Robbie Lafay Salisbury, N. C. I rPAKER, JOHN McClURE Mount Pleasant, N. C. Little, IoAnne Jefferson, N. C. Littlefield, Jack William Woodruff, S. C. Page Sixty-three SENIORS Loch, Laura Smith Durham, N. C. Long, Robert Preston Cher rvville, N. C. Long, Tally Curtis Concord, N. C. Lookabill, Carol Janice Boone, N. C. LowERY, Kaye Goforth Shelby, N. C. Lovette, Andrew Mitchell Winston-Salem, N. C. Lytton, Geneva Myers Salisbury, N. C. Madison, Amy Jo Jamestown, N. C. Magness, Margaret Anne Shelbv, N. C. Marler, Sandra Jeanette Lenoir, N. C. Marmora, John Francis Derby, Conn. Mascott, Mary ANNE Hanover, N. Mashburn, Jerry ' Franklin Cliffside, N. C. Matlock, Rom Lee TayIors -ille, N. C. Mauldin, Charles Augustus Roaring River, N. C. Ptige Sixty-four SENIORS iMauldin, Don Edward Albemarle, N. C. May, Julia Grace West Jefferson, N. C. McArver, William Edward Charlotte, N. C. McCluney, Calmay Gail Rutherfordton, N. C. McDonald, Nancy Lee Forest City, N. C. McGuiRT, BiLLiE Anne Monroe, N. C. McIntosh, Thomas Dean Burnsville, N. C. McKelvey, Roger Dean High Point, N. C. McKinney. Carol Jean Salisbury, N. C. McKnight, James Howard Boonville, N. C. McLalighlin, Robert Duncan Effingham, S. C. McMillan, Nancy Carol Grumpier, N. C. McMuRRY, Joseph Crowell Lawndale, N. C. McNeely, Wayne Douglas Morganton, N. C. McNeil, Edith Mlldred Lansing, N. C. I ' aiie Sixty-five McLean, Charles Edward Lenoir, N. C. McLean, Randy Eugene Gastonia, N. C. McRary, Max Vernon Granite Falls, N. C. Meadows, Carroll Lowe Asheboro, N. C. Miles, Melvin Martin Glade Valley, N. C. Miller, Billie V Lenoir, N. C. Miller, |lmmie Anne Elkin, N. C. Miller. Marcia Chaney Asheviile, N. C. Miller, Priscilla Ann Boone, N. C. SENIORS Mitchem, Vivian Dianne Lowell, N. C. MiTCHUM, Daniel Wallace Rutherfordton, N. C. Moore, Kenneth Lee North Wilkesboro, N. C. Moore, Marglierite Taylor Boone, N. C. Moore, Nancy Karen Lenoir, N. C. Moretz, Jerry Claude Boone, N. C. Page Sixty-six Morgan, [udge Woodrow, [r. Oakboro, N. C. Morris, Joan Bennett Rocky Mount, N. C. Morrow, jerry Ralph Forest City, N. C. Morrow, Van Lewis Shelby, N. C. Morton, Iudy Carol Albemarle, N. C. Moser, Eugenia Raye Kina, N. C. Mlill, Elwanda Hope Gastonia, N. C. Mlinday, Linda Gale Conover, N. C. MuRDOCK, GiLlMER LeTHCO Statesvillc, N. C. SENIORS Murphy, Howard William Levittown, Pa. Murray, Marion Dianne Raleigh, N. C. Neal, George William Lexington, N. C. Neave, Patt ' Jane High Point, N. C. Necessary, Clarence Hubert, Jr. Wilkcsboro, N. C. NiFONG, Becky [eanette Winston-Salem, N. C. Page Sixty-seven SENIORS Nixon, GwENDOL Tsr Denver, N. C. Norman, Patty Lou Winston-Salem, N. C. Norton, Lois Jean Marion, N. C. Norwood, Judith Burney Clarkton, N. C. NuNALEE, Judith Belle Wilmington, N. C. Oakley, Peggy L. Sandy Ridge, N. C. Oetzman, Jo Ann Charlotte, N. C. Odum, Helen Rae Pembroke, N. C. O ' Kelley, Gene China Grove, N. C. Osborne. Arthur T. Sparta, N. C. Ott, Donald Wesley ' ictor, N. Y. Panther, Cassandra Marie Shelbv, N. C. Parham, Donald A. Nathalie, Va. Park, George Brantly Rockwell. N. C. Parker, Linda Johnson Sparta, N. C. Page Sixty-eight SENIORS Parlier, Billy Joe Maiden, N. C. Parsons, Be ' erly Sue Belmont, N. C. Parton, Glenba Lois Morganton, N. C. Paschal, Shirley Lucille Reidsville, N. C. Pearson, Jerone Don Wilkesboro, N. C. Peeler, Dorotha Reynolds Boiling Springs, N. C. Peeler, Teresa June Kannajxjlis, N. C. Pender, Cynthia Annette Clayton, N. C. Perrell, Gloria Jean Woodlcaf, N. C. Petree, Brenda Joyce Winston-Salem, N. C. Phillips, Emma Iane Spruce Pine, N. C. Phillips, Sara Alice Spruce Pine, N. C. Phipps, Joe, Jr. Mouth oF Wi lson, Va. Phipps, M ' Rtle Young Grassy Creek, N. C. PiLARSKi, Gail Louise Wavnesville, N. C. Pngc Sixty-nine V i SENIORS Priiitt, Milton Eugene Rockingham, N. C. Putnam, James Eugene New Market, Tenn. Ragan, Thomas Edward Greensboro, N. C. Ratledge, John Robert Fayette ille, N. C. Reavis, Linda Lee Winston-Salem, N. C. Reese, 1 Ierman Lynn Tavlors ille, N. C. Pflge Sei ' CHly Pitt.man, Linora Kathryn S:ilisbuiy, N. C. Plott, Norris Clarence Concord, N. C. Pojedinec, Ronald Joseph Whippi-ny, N. J. Pope, Terry McNeil Winston-Sa ' cm, N. C. Powell, Donald Webster Draper, N. C. Powers, Michael Scott Charlotte, N. C. Pritchard, Timothy Fowler Winston-Salem, N. C. Proffitt, William Edward Burns ille, N. C. Pruett, Iewell Brown Elkin, N. C. Reid, Sara Frances Reynolds, Paul V. Hickory, N. C. Jonesville, N. C. Rhyne, Thomas Crowtll Vale, N. C. Richards, Donald Ray Concord, N. C. Richardson, Carl Curtis Boone, N. C. Richardson, Donnie Mac Indian Trail, N. C. Rickman, Philip Albert Bryson City, N. C. Riddle, Elizabeth Spruce Pine, N. C. Rigsbee, Louise Williams Durham, N. C. SENIORS RiTCH, Betty Craver Wilkesboro, N. C. RiTTER, Ronald Fred Den er, Colorado Rives, Frederick Charles, Jr. Charlotte, N. C. Roark, Edith Humphreys Garner, N. C. RoBBiNs, Earl Franklin Nebo, N. C. RoBERSON, Georgia Fay Rutherfordton, N. C. Page Seventy-one SENIORS RoBERSON, Susan Hope Roanoke Rapids, N. C. Roberts, Glenda Sue Lincolnton, N. C. Robinson, Justina Moore Jackson, Miss. Robinson, Pearl Glenda Valdese, N. C. Robinson, Revonda Kay Hickory, N. C. Robinson, William A. Bessemer, N. C. Rogers, Teceth Ann Goncord, N. C. Roland, William Robert Asheville, N. C. Ross, Donald Melvin Morgan ton, N. C. Ross, Marilyn Christine Morganton, N. C. RowE, Ioe Sigmon, Jr. ' Newton, N. G. Russ, James C. Belhaven, N. G. Sain, Barbara Ann Winston-Salem, N. G. Salinders, Dennis Gerald Greensboro, N. G. Sawey, Bennett Gharles Boone, N. G. Page Seventy-two SENIORS Sawey, Sara Catherine Boone, N. C. ScHELL, Sandra Mundy Hickory, N. C. ScoGGiNS, Carolyn Ann Rutherfordton, N. C. k Scott, Jimmy Ray Denton, N. C. Scott, Ronnie Edward Laurel, Del. Scronce, Wanda Louise Newton, N. C. Seaney, Earla Jean Ft. Lauderckilc, Fhi. Secrest, Eulalia Rum Drc.xel, N. C. Shaw, Ola Jeannette Asheboro, N. C. Sheehan, Martha Elaine RutherFordton, N. C. Shehan, Kaye Frances Lavvndalc, N. C. Shepherd, David Eugene Ferguson, N. C. Sheppard, Betsy Deane High Point, N. C. Shoaf, Reginald Lee Thomasville, i . C. Sherrill, Rodney Nixon Stanley, N. C. Page Seveniythrec Shoemaker, Ralph Colin Millers Creek, N. C. Shiink, Katylee Hialeah, Fla. SiGMON, Doris Ann Taylors ' ille, N. C. SisK, Carol Joan Bessemer City, N. C. Smith, Audrey Christine Stone ' ille, N. C. Smith, Carl Daniel Favetteville, N. C. Smith, Carmen Eugenia LawsonxilJe, N. C. Sahih, Constance Pearl Hialcah, Fla. Smith, Edith P. Albemarle. N. C. SENIORS Smith, (acob Archie, |r. Mt. Pleasant, N. C. Smith, Joyce B. Hioh Point, N.C. Smith, Judith Sharpe Burlington, N. C. Smith, Linda Faye Morganton, N. C. Smith, Mary Carolyn Kins, N. C. Smith, Mary Magdalene Elkin, N. C. Page Seventy-four Smith, Sara Relfe Edenton, N. C. Smith, Shirley Ann Winston-Salem, N. C. Snider, Mary Ann Lexington, N. C. Snyder, Virginia Lowrance Winston-Salem, N. C. SoLTis, Carl William, Jr. Garwood, New Jersey Southern, Slisan Jane King, N. C. Stafford, Betty Hoover Statesvillc, N. C. Sianley, Betty McNeill Lansing, N. C. Starnes, Julia Gayle Monroe, N. C. SENIORS Starnes, Steven Louis Candler, N. C. St. Clair, Delores Kay Belmont, N. C. Stephens, Marsha Ann Spray, N. C. Stephenson, Helen Ruth Angier, N. C. Stevens, Dorothy Elizabeth Garner, N. C. Stewart, Mary Elizabeth Boomer, N. C. Page Seventy five SENIORS Stewart, Vivian Louise Black Mountain, N. C. Stewart, William H., Ir. Belmont, N. C. Stiller, Judy Carol Salisbury, N. C. Stone, Linda Rhyne Lincolnton, N. C. Stroup, Mary Agnes Morganton, N. C. Strowd, Barbara Easter Thomasville, N. C. 1 i PV w m4 _ fi r 4 jIT ' Slillivan, Sheila Diane Shelby, N. C. Surratt, Brenda Leigh Denton, N. C. Swanson, Brenda Kay Lenoir, N. C. SwEATT. BoiT) Emerson, |r. Bethel, N. C. Sweatt, Mary Hailey Diaper, N. C. Sweet, Kathleen H. St. Petersburo, Fla. SwEEZY, William 1 errell Lawndale, N. C. Talbott, Margaret Ann Leaksville, N. C. Tart, Carol tv Ann Newton Gro ' e, N. C. Page Seventy-six fHRONEBURG, SyLVIA AnN iXevvton. N. C. TiDDY, Gary Eugene Gastonia. N. C. Tillman, Patricia L„ ne Greensboro, N. C. 1 n LMAN, Priscilla Leigh Greensboro, N. C. Trexler, Colleen Amelia Salisbury, N. C. Triplett, Linda George Blowing Rock, . C. Triplett, Suzanne Elaine North Wilkesboro, N. C. I rull, Saundra Alexis Monroe, N. C. SENIORS Ta ' lor, Edsel Thomas Ridgeville. S. C. Thomas, Patricia Ann Shelby, X. C. Thompson, Mary Carolyn Andrews, N. C. Thompson, V ' irginia Boyt) Charlotte, N. C. Thompson, Zebulon Way-ne Elkin, N. C. Thornton, Amy ' Lydia Charlotte, N. C. Trull, Jerry C. Kannapolis, N. C. Page Seieiityseveii Tucker, Doris Elizabeth Hamlet, N. C. I ' UCKER, MyBA DiANNE Westfield, N. C. TuLBERT, William Franklin Union Grove, N. C. Turner, Mary Juanita Hamptonville, N. C. Turner, Thomas Wayne Greensboro, N. C. Tyson, Mary Frances Monroe, N. C. Upton, Gary Dean Cherryvillc, N. C. ' auc:hn, Kenneth Oscar Greensboro, N. C. Walker, BEm Slie Millers Creek, N. C. SENIORS Walker, Jane Elizabeth Chapel Hill, N. C. Walker, Margaret ]ean ' Candler. N.C. King, N. C. Wall, Paitiicia Ann Wallace, Van Junior Lenoix, N. C. Walters, James Duran Charlotte, N. C. Walton, Carolyn Ann Mooresville, N. C. Page Seventy-ei ht Wannamaker, JuisrE Violet Springfield, N. C. Ward, Linda McSwain Shelby. N. C. Ware, Michael Herndon Kines Mountain, N. C. Warlick, Sarah Amanda Icard. N. C. Warren, Myra Seitz Newton, N. C. Warren, Robert Lee Vilas. N. C. Watson, Edward Loy Crossnore, N. C. Watterson, William B. Shclbv. . C. Watts, Barbara Lee Landis. . C, h P kf k SENIORS Weathersbee, William Stanley Norwood, N. C. Webb, Shirley Alice Newland, N. C. Wilkinson. Nina Hope Newton, N. C. Williams, Ted Roosevelt Kannapolis, N. C. Williams. Richard Woodrow, Jr. Lyman, S. C. Williams, Robert Coon Cleveland, N. C. Page Seventyniiie SENIORS V ' lLLIAMS, ViCKI ,- nNE Mooresville, N. C. Will lAMSON, Rebecca Susan Asheboro, N. C. Wilson, Carolyn IvaNelle Weaverville, N. C. Wilson, June Carol Charlotte, N. C. Windsor, Betty State Road, N. C. WiTHERINGTON, MaRTHA ElLEN Winston-Salem, N. C. Wheeler, Linda |ean White, Beth Elaine Whitson, Recia Roe Easlev, S. C. Casar, N. C. Relief, N. C. W oLFE, Denny ' Thruston Morehead City, N. C. WoLFORD, Larry Dove Baltimore, Md. Woodell, Veronica Davis Shelby, N. C. W RiGHT. Barbara Loretta Shelby, N. C. Wyatt, Robert Smith Stoneville, N. C. Wyatt, Toni Jo Spencer, N. C. Page Eighty SENIORS Yarbrough, Alonzo Francis Winston-Salem, N. C. York, Barbara Sue Yadkinville, N. C. Future Reiiihrdinits WcU! What done have here} i. 5H Wallace Hill, Presideiil Bob V ' h[ti:, ' i(.e ' l ' resiilL ' ul THE JUNIOR CLASS Judy Pope, Secretary Alice Hollar, Treamrer Page Eighty-two JUNIORS Adams, Victor Julian Boone Aldridge, Sue Carolyn Great Mills, Md. Alexander, George David Lenoir Allen, Judy Dian Hickory Anderson, Peggy Johnson Wilkesboro Arnall, Margaret Haydon Spray Arrouet, Andre Charles Greer, S. C. AsBELL, Cornelia Ann Windsor Ashley, Phillip Terry Fort Mill, S. C. Austin, Jacquelyn Causby Charlotte Baker, Margarette Ann Sparta Barbee, Jacqueline Albemarle Bard, Betty Jean Grumpier Bare, Billie Kay Laurel Springs Barker, Alice Earlene West JetFerson Barker, Betty Carol Mount Holly Barlowe, Carolyn Sue Lenoir Barnhardt, Robert Michael Mount Pleasant Baucom, Barbara Marlene Concord Beamer, Carol Elizabeth Mount Airy Beaver, Linda Jo Salisbury Beck, Nancy Kay Piedmont, S. C. Belk, Diane Maria Charlotte Benfield, J. Elaine Rutherfordtun Benton, Judith Lee Concord Benton, Rebecca Ann North Wilkesboro Berrier, Rebecca Lynn Lexington Berry, Elizabeth Ann Greensboro Best, Benjamin E. Bessemer City Bingham, Florence Helen Lawndale Page Eighty-three JUNIORS Blackwood, Ray Norman Mount Holly Blanchard, Mary Emma Burgaw Blankenship, Pamela Joyce Rutherfordton Blevins, Willard Troy North Wilkesboro Boger, Linda Ann Winston-Salem BoLicK, Mary Shelton Granite Falls Bollinger, Rebecca Lucille Morganton BooKouT, Coy William Jacksonville, Fla. Bowles, Sandra Jane Statesville Bower, Judith Ann JefFerson Bowers, Carol Grace Thomasville Bowers, Phillip Eugene Jefferson Bowman, Jerry Benjamin Lawndale Bozeman, Wanda Genear Durham Braddy, Bobby Burlington Bradley, William Freddie Danville, Va. Bragg, Jane Frances Hickory Brantly, Maris Ann Spring Hope Brawley, Brenda Kay Kannapolis Briggs, Mary Elizabeth Weaverville Brewer, Carole Lynn Winston-Salem Brewer, Olivia Linney Raleigh Brewer, William E. Star Bridges, Jim Union Mills Britt, Carol Anne Myrtle Beach, S. C. Brittain, June Elaine Hickory Brooks, Larry Stephen Mooresboro Brooks, Ruth Lillian Monroe Brookshire, Rebecca Anne Charlotte Brown, Anne Red Springs Page Eighty-four JUNIORS Brown, Bessie Ellen Brevard Brown, Horace Alexander Morganton Brown, Nancy Sue Fayetteville Bryant, Lynda Kay Thomasville Buckner, Barbara Sue Marshall Budd, Lorraine Simmemor Catawba Budd, Michael Philip Winston-Salem Bumgarner, Edward Daniel Millers Creek Burchette, Jimmie Dean Winston-Salem BuRKHARDT, Richard Francis HolKwood, Fla. Eurns, Lena Elizabeth Wingate Burwell, Beverly Jean Winston-Salem Bvrd, Gloria Elaine Mt. Gilead Caldwell, Patricia Annette Asheville Campbell, William Dennis Boone Campbell, Ellis W. Statesville Canipe, Judith Roberts Lake Park, Fla. Caraway, Jack Lee Morganton Carlton, Thomas Dale Lenoir Carmichael, Larry Franklin Walkertown Carpenter, Darrel Henry Lincolnton Carter, Jo Ann Greensboro Carter, Mary Jo Gastonia Carver, Linda Snipes Laurinburg Carver, Marion Samuel Roxboro Case, William Clifford Fletcher Osh, Gloria Rea Spindalc Cashion, Rose Ellen Charlotte Cathey, Meldonna Charlotte Caudill, Barbara Lee Wavnesville Page Eighty-five JUNIORS Church, Danny Wayne Granite Falls Clark, Edna Amorette Clarkton Clark, Julia Anne Morganton Clarke, Judith Arlene Morganton Clayton, Sarah Louise Kannapolis Cleary ' , Mildred Claudine North Wilkesboro Clyatt, Donna G. Ocala, Fla. CoBLER, Janet Sue Winston-Salem Cody, Raychel Susanne Terrell Cole, Dennis Lee High Point Comer, Linda Louise Stoneville Condrey, James Albert, Jr. Marion Connolly, James Thomas Statesville Cook, Barry Thomas Mount Airy Cook, Daniel L. Lowell Councilman, Charles H. Boone Covington, Lucinda Rockingham Cox, Carlotta Sue Sparta Cox, Garnett Dayne Mount Airy Cox, Juanita Dallas Craig, John Raymond Lenoir Craig, Norvelle Wayne Scottsville, Va. Cranford, Janie Fay Winston-Salem Craver, Hilda Loretta Winston-Salem Crawford, Penny ' Jo Wavnesville Cridlebaugh, Thomas T. High Point Crisco, Lloyd Earl Albemarle Crosby, Erik Patrick Harmony Cullom, Sandra Jean High Point Current, John Robert Newton Pflge Eighty-six JUNIORS Dale, Judith Ann Opa-Locka, Fla. Davant, Suzanne Claxton Augusta, Ga. Davenport, Minnie Jane Mount Airy Daves, Vivian Marie Marion Davidson, Wanda Helen Statesville Davis, Jackie Madelyn Boone Davis, Kenneth Carroll Ellenboro Davis, Lucinda Faye High Point Davis, Richard Harding Monroe Davis, Ruth Gay Statesville - Dawson, Frederick William Ararat, Va. Deal, Patsy Jane Burgaw Dellinger, Alvin Gene Chcrryville Demory, Roy Franklin Fairfax Station, Va. Dennis, Miriam Cheryl Gibsonville Denton, Melvin Douglas Lawndale Devine, Billy Burke Shelby DiGH, Rolanda Baker Morganton DiGH, Ronnie Lee Valdese Downs, Harry Odell Winston-Salem Drum, Janet Elaine Brunswick, Ohio Drum, Martha Elizabeth Statesville Dlihling, Sallie Ruth Hickory Dula, Cornelia W. Lenoir DuRRER, Linda Carol Alexandria, Va. Earl, Janell Earl, Tryon Lee Lawndale Edwards, Charles Lewis West Asheville Edwards, John R. Lexington Eldreth, Lois Rosa Lansing Page Eighty-seven JUNIORS Elledge, Herlie Gwyn Ferguson Eller, Janet Triplett Cramerton Eller, Wayne Clark Salisbury Ellis, Dorothy Anne Heath Springs, S. C. Ellis, Harold Dean Kings Mountain Elrock, Sherryl Ann Harlingen, Texas Eudy, Alyce Sharon Concord Evans, Reba Louise Sparta Everiiart, Hilda Marlene Lexington Falls, E. Dixie WoodruflF, S. C. Fisher, Billie Ann Hickory Fisher, Guynell Parker Hickory Fladd, Carol Jean Wilmington Flynt, Sandra Ruth Walnut Cove Ford, Daniel Heath Indian Trail Ford, Kay Peoples Charlotte Foster, Howard Allen Kannapolis Foster, Judy Gray Ferguson Foster, Susan Grose Forest City Francis, Mary Lee West JefiFerson Francis, Shirley Louise Grumpier Freeman, James Melvin Weaverville Frost, Arby LaVerne Pulaski, Va. Futrell, Jonathan Dale Denton Gaddv, Linda Maxine Marshvillc Gale, Thomas Nelson Morganton Garrett, James Abbott Greensboro GiBBS, Linda Charlene Burnsville Godbee, Sharon Lee Ravenel, S. C. Godfrey, Diane Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Page Eighty-eight Ti " - n vi n?- h JUNIORS Godson, Jack Richard Roslyn, N. Y. Godwin, Agnes Benson GoFORTH, David Shelton Ferguson GoFORTH, Robert Gene North Wilkesboro Coins, William Anthony Kings Mountain Goodman, Newton Glenn, Jr. Todd Gordon, James Morris Drexel Graybeal, Shirley- Deane West Jefferson Graziano, John Michael Lindenhurst, N. Y. Greene, Charlotte E. Huntersville Greene, Lynora Jane Glade Valley Greene, Nancy Diane Stanfield Greene, Osteen Delmas Boone Griffin, Mary Jo Gastonia Groves, V ' illiam Cliff Bessemer City Hafner, Cynthia Helen West Palm Beach, Fla. Hagaman, Frank Allen, Jr. Boone Hagler, Anna Concord Hairfield, Judith Ann Morganton Hall, Carol Ann Asheboro Hall, Doris Gail Morganton Hall, Frances Catherine King Hall, Judy Sharyn Lenoir Hall, Ruth Faye Mount Airy Hamilton, Peggy Anne Salisbury Hankins, Reid Donald North Wilkesboro Hare, Mary Abigail Raleigh Harger, Robert Thomas Danbury Harkey, David Lee tharlottc Harrelson, Loir Alice ClK■rr ille Pflge Eighty-nine JUNIORS Harris, Patricia Louise Maiden Harris, Suzanne Kannapolis Hartsell, Norma Jane Concord Hartzog, Sally Sue Deep Gap Hastings, James Cecil Boone Hasty, Lynda Joyce Monroe Hawley ' , Jack C. Spruce Pine Hayes, Linda Joyce Boone Hedrick, Dana Sue Boiling Springs Hedrick, Norma Mae Southmont Helms, Rodney Douglas Cherryville Hensley, Joan Aimee Mount Holly Herndon, Beverly L. Kings Mountain Herndon, Laura Lynn Kings Mountain Hess, Judy Ann Salisbury Hester, Kathy Lou Durham Hester, Wilma Janice Valdese Hewitt, Mary Diane Shelby Hicks, Glenda Mae Pilot Mountain Higgins, James Bolen Sparta Hildehran, Barhara Gray ' Newton Hill, Linda R. Charlotte Hill, Wallace Lamar, II Jacksonville, Fla. HiNEs, Brenda Jean Lexington Hinkle, Bruce Edward Mocksville Hodge, James Larry Union Mills I loDGENs, Ralph James Kannapolis Holder, William D. Sanford Hollar, Thurman DeWitt Midland Hollar, Virginia Alice Hickory Page Ninety JUNIORS HOLLIFIELD, KaTHERINE E. Candler Holmes, Carole Taylor Miami, Fla. Holt, Michael Kent Graham HoNEYCuTT, Coy Deane Burnsville Hoover, Judith Anne Lincolnton Horton, Patricia Ann Gaffney, S. C. Houston, Samuel Humes Kings Mountain Howell, Camellia N. Statesville Howell, Joyce Loretta Bakersville Hudson, Richard Edmond Connelly Springs Huffman, John Cleaborne Lewisville Huffman, Judy Elaine Salisbury Huffman, Patricia Wilkesboro Huffman, Patricia Maureen Hickory Huie, Maxine Patricia Winston-Salem Humphries, Dorothy Slie Cliffside Huntley, Martha Ellen Wadesboro Hurley, Ruby Jane West Jefferson Hutchison, Gloria Virginia Charlotte Inabinet, Carol Sue Winston-Salem Jackson, Barbara Ann Grover James, Christina Lee Gastonia Jamison, Nancy Carra Charlotte Jarvis, Virginia Carol Rcctwood Johnson, Alis Elizabeth Newton Johnson, Alvin James Winston-Salem Johnson, Carol Ann Low Gap Johnson, Franklin Everette Newland Johnson, James M., Jr. Winston-Salem Johnson, Judith Carol Lenoir Page Ninety-one JUNIORS Johnson, Margaret Ann Morven Johnson, Murrell Marlin Ellenboro JoLLEY, Alicia Gay Kings Mountain JoLLEY, Marian Rachel Mooresbori) Jones, Mickie Johnnie Kings Mountain Kearns, Phyllis Ann Pleasant Garden Keener, Sandra Jean Maiden Kelly, Bett - Dixon Carthage Kerley, Guy Lee, Jr. Spray KiNCAiD, Glenda Carmen Charlotte King, Ben Marold Garner King, Patricia Jean Taylors, S. C. Kirkley, Dottie Ann Cha rlotte Kirkman, James Worth Climax Knight, Barbara Elizabeth Hickory Knight, Danny Raleigh Lamoureaux, Vernon W., Jr. Charlotte Lanning, Hoy Samuel Boone Laughlin, Brenda Kaye Lawndale Lavton, Diane Patricia Charlotte Lentz, Pamela Kay Hickory Lentz, Rita Marcella Concord Leonhardt, Garry Dean Maiden Leonard, Rebecca Jane Salisbury Lincoln, Edward C. Winston-Salem Lindner, Jeanne Sandford West Palm Beach, Fla. LiPE, Michael A. Mooresville LoNoN, William Don Hickory LooKABiLL, Sylvia Sue Wadesboro LowERY, Sandra Kay Gastonia ii h l W?S i Jh k A Li d Page Ninety-two JUNIORS Lucas, Helen Patricia Gastonia LuFFMAN, Kay Key Elkiii Lyerly, Betty Jean Concord Lyons, John Doyle Boone iMackland, Myra Ann Fort Smith, Ark. i L NERs, Peggy Lois iS ' evv London Maples, William Edward Richmond, Va. Marlin, Jane L. Statesville Marsh, Henry Augustine North Hampton, N. H. L RTIN, Claudia Camille Charlotte Martin, Jo Ann Ellenboro L RTiN, Judith Annette Bostic L RTIN, Linda Pearson Lenoir Martin, Patricia Gail Elkin Massey, Brenda Joyce Charlotte Massey, Kathryn Kay Newland Mast, Gary G. Morganton Mauney, Franda Jean Dallas McAlexander, Gary A. Mount Airy McCoLL, Norman H., Jr. Statesville McCoRMicK, Linda Lou Dobson McCoRMicK, Miriam Gaffney, S. C. McCuLLEN, Joan Weslie Reidsville McEntire, Merrill Joe Old Fort McEwEN, Marv Katherine V ' est Jefferson McGee, Brenda Ann Boomer McGraw, Brenda Yvonne Charlotte McHargue, Linda Gwyn Statesville McKinney, Linda Caroll Sw mnanoa McKiNNis, Carolyn Ann Statesville Pflge Ninety three JUNIORS McMillan, Mary Alice West Jefferson McMuRRV, Jack Kelly Lawndale McNulty, Tommy Lee Winston-Salem Merck, Nancy Laura Belmont Metcalf, Roger Dale Candler Michael, Ruby Gwyn Boone Miller, Benjamin Wallace Boone Miller, Joseph S., Jr. Pearisburg, Va. Mills, Jerry Wayne Salisbury Mitchell, Jerald Allen Charlotte Mitchell, Ruben Berkley, Jr. Greensboro Mitchum, Jane R. Boone MoFFiTT, Gerald Freeman Greensboro Moody, Nancy Jean Charlotte Moore, Delma Marie Draper Moore, Rachel Rebecca Statesville Moore, Sarah Elizabeth Gastonia Moore, Troy Dean Bakersville Morris, Carolyn Troy Morton, Brenda Arlene Trov Morton, Mary Jane Albemarle Moxley, Bbenda Anne Boonville Mlindy, James William Asheville MuLLis, Beverly W. Raleigh MuLLis, James Clare Matthews MuNT, Ann Boardman Winston-Salem Murphy, Maude Relief Myers, Barbara Anne Durham Nance, Brenda Anne Hickory Newsom, Mary Ann Winston-Salem Page Ninety-four IM i fe f . JUNIORS Nichols, Carol Jean Purlear NicKLE, George Ponder Newark, Del. Nix, Linda Alice Taylors, S. C. NoRviLLE, Diane Marie Forest City Gates, Judy Annita York, S. C. Ollis, Margaret Mohr Crossnore Orsdorne, Thomas Claborne North Wilkesboro Osborne, Charles W. Cycle Padgett, Greta Vann Dale Gastonia Palmer, Shirley Alene Wilbar Parker, Charles Brandon Salisbury Parker, Joy Lynne Fayetteville Parker, Sandra Kaye Hampton, Va. Parsons, Esker Dale Mt. Airy Patterson, James Benson Reidsville Patton, Mabel Powell Morganton Payne, John Charles Bessemer City Payne, Patricia B. Charlotte Penland, Barbara Jean Icard Penninger, Cynthia Diane Concord Pennington, Larry Gale Tryon Perryman, Jonathan Keats Welcome Pettit, Martha Eugenia Statesville Petty, Charles Thomas Petty, Linda Louise zJk Charlotte Phillips, Douglas Neal Neva, Tenn. Pierce, Jerry Michael Charlotte Pierce, Raymond Ned North Wilkesboro Pilchek, Margaret Frances Lewisville Poe, Gary Dean Granite Falls Page Ninety-five JUNIORS PoovEv, John Spencer Granite Falls Pope, Charlotte Rebecca C harlotte Pope, Judy Meldirene Stony Point PoTEAT, Doris Cannon Boone PoTEAT, Linda Esther Jamestown Pounders, Bonnie Leah Raleigh Pounds, James Robert V ' inston-Salem Powers, John Don Lansing Powers, Margaret J. Pineville Prevette, Doris Louvene Ronda Price, Jerry Dean Morgmton Price, Robert Lacy Cliffside Pritchard, Elizabeth Ann Stony Point Proctor, Zelma Dianne Marion PRurrr, Judy Karen Traphill Ramsey, Celeste Ann Gaffney, S. C. Ramsey, John Randolph Spencer Rand, Susan Carol Miami, Fla. Redding, Earl Donnal Ronda Redmond, Judith Ann Lin ion Grove Reece, Stephen Malo Dobson Reep, Minnie Faye Lincolnton Reid, Pauletta Lee Winston-Salem Reid, Phyllis Anne Charlotte Reimi.rdt, F. W. Lincolnton Renegar, Kathleen Norris Statesville Rex, Michael Kim LInion, S. C. Reynolds, Glenda Ada Ararat Riiyne, John Ray Vale Richardson, Donna Sellers North Wilkesboro Paqe N ' liiety-iix JUNIORS Richardson, Elizabeth S. Gastonia Shore, Dona Harriet North Wilkesboro Richardson, Jimmy Ray Thomasville Richmond, Linda Lee Mebane Rickard, Dwight Edward Thomasville Rimmer, Chesley Leroy Hurdle Mills Roberts, Linda Lee Landis Robinette, Fred Turner, Jr. Statesville Robinson, William Gene Gastonia Roper, Danny Woodrow Marion Ross, Durham Landis Ross, Lynn Carole Morganton Royster, Ira G., Ill Statesville RuppE, Jennie Gail Gaftney, S. C. Russell, George Michael Salisburv Russell, i L rtha Ellen Randleman Ruth, Marian Ann Salisbury RiivNE, David Alton Lincolnton Sain, Cynthia Katherine Kannapolis ScHALK, Sharon Anita Fontana, Wise. Scott, Brenda Thomas Charlotte Scott, Jesse Kemp Winston-Salem Scroggs, Charlie Faye Charlotte ScRONCE, Leonard Eugene Vale Seiberling, David William Barberton, Ohio Setser, Elizabeth Gayle Lenoir Settlemyre, Ann Louise McConnells, S. C. Setzer, Brenda Elaine Claremont Sheets, Peggy ' Sue Pilot Mountain Shelton, Sandra Kaye Conover Page Ninety-seven JUNIORS Shepherd, Nelta Keatina North Wilkesboro Shuler, L. Olon, Jr. Winston-Salem Shumate, Rita Kay Hicko Sibley, Albin Michael Charlotte SiGMON, Kemp Ikeru Newton SiGMON, John Alvin Hickory Sills, Jim Ly ' nn Charlotte Simmons, Wayne Alden Winston-Salem Simpson, Brenda Luanne Morganton Sink, Kenneth Ray Lexington Sink, Patricia Ann Gardner Gastonia SiPE, Dennis Roy Hickory SipE, James William Hickory Skipper, Henry Keith Campobello, S. C. Skreen, Maxine Faye Rockingham Slate, Lynda Spencer Lawsonville Smith, Eddie E. Elizabethtovvn Smith, John David Troutman Smith, Joyce Annette Nebo Smith, Larry Arland Statesville Smith, Patricia E. Salisbury Smith, Sandra Jennifer Stoneville Smith, Wayne Lee Oakboro Snead, Brenda Carolyn Cordo ' a Snyder, Mavis Kay Winston-Salem Snyder, Rena Byrd Denttm SpAINHOUR, luDITH AnN Rural Hall Sp ANGLER, Paul Stauffer, Jr. Boone Sparks, Patsy Ruth Bakersville Sparks, Sandra Lee Chesapeake, Va. Page Ninety-eight JUNIORS Spivey, Julia McCallum Candor Squires, Donna Ue lores Leaksville Stallings, L. K., Ill Goldsboro Stanford, Sandra J. VVinston-Salem Steadman, Jerry Dean Chesnee, S. C. Stevens, Jeanette Monroe Stewart, Barbara Ann Gastonia Stewart, Lyndell Lee VVinston-Salem Stiles, Roland Wayne Tlioinas ' ille Stimson, David S. Lenoir Stirewalt, Larry Kent Waco Stroud, Keith McLendon Shelby Stroupe, Charles Wayne Hickory Styles, Albert Eugene Burnsville Sullivan, Brenda Gail Hudson Sullivan, Sandra Lee Lincolnton Tate, Larry Paul Bessemer City Tatham, Pallie Sue Black Mountain Taylor, John Wiley Johnson City, Tenn. Teague, Lina Carolyn Statesville Teague, Martha Jane Winston-Salem Thiets, Susan Jane Gastonia Thomas, Brenda Jane Marshville Thomas, Carolyn Sue Lake Toxaway Thomas, Leslie Heustess Laurinburg Thompson, Allan Eugene Polkton Thompson, Deanna Kay Charlotte Thompson, Matt J. Spruce Pine Thrasher, James Martin Kannapolis Tickle, Carolyn Eleanor Newell Page Ninetytnne JUNIORS TiNSLEV, Betty Lynn Ha ' clock Todd, Loretta Ann Charlotte Tort, Mary Ellen Scotch Plains, N. J. ToWNSEND, DoRINDA LeE Charlotte Troutman, Rachel Lavann Concord Turner, Douglas Eugene Shelby TuTTLE, Frances Gail Levvis ' ille LInderwood, Earl Eligene Rutherfordton Utley, Virginia O ' Brien Graham IItt. Wilbur Dale Ararat, Va. Vance, Isla Ann Charlotte Van Steenbeeck, Paulette Hollywood, Fla. VicKERS, Brenda Justice Lexington VVaddell, Reginald Keith Charlotte Wall, Trossie Watklns, Jr. Graham Wallace, Brenda Ann Hudson V ' alter, Harold Albert Rockwell Walters, Richard Arlington Boone Ware, Janet Elaine Ashenlle V ' arren, Sara Juanita Candler Washam, Ida Camille Charlotte Washburn, James Marion Marion Watson, Lola Mae West Jefferson Watterson, Carol Sisk Shelby Weathers, Mildred Fray Shelbv Webb, Joiln Platt Rockingham Webb, Nancy Renn Charlotte Weir, Paul Douglas Valdese Wesley, Patricia Carol Orlando, Fla. West, Dolores Ann Greensboro Page One Hundred JUNIORS W ' heelous, Suzanne Fuller Wake Forest White, Fred Sidney Salisbury White, Joyce Anne Casar ' hite, Robert Roy High Point Whiton, Charles Champion Spruce Pine Lenoir Wilcox, James Bbadley Wiles, Eddie Lewis Elkin Wiley, Mary Lillian Kannapolis W ' ilkerson, Linda Evely ' n Asheville Wilkes, Mary Elizabeth Charlotte Williams, Bill Henry, Jr. Harrisburg Williams, Delmas Vinnon Pleasant Garden V ' iLLiAMS, Donald Barry Morganton U ' illiams, Julia Kay Mill Spring Williams, William Wilson Rockv Mount Willis, Iva Lee Mars Hill Willis, Mary Elizabeth Morganton V ' iLMOTH, Joyce Kay Ennice Wilson, Earline Fair BlufF U ' lLsoN, Lynda Joan Charlotte Wilson, Stephen C. Asheville V ' iMBERLY, Johnny Mack Newton WiNECoFF, Judy Laneer Statesville WiNGLER, Sharon Lee North Wilkesboro Winkler, Laura Lynn Boone U ' iNKLER, Wanda Lorraine Lenoir Wise, Philip Wayne Kannapolis Witherspoon, David Odell Maiden WiTHRow, Glenn Scott Ellenboro Wolfe, Anna Elizabeth Winston-Salem Page One Hundred One JUNIORS WooDELL, Mel Allen Greensboro WooDRiNG, Charles Dennis Catawba XA ' ooDV, Patricia Ann Bakersville WooTEN, Patricia Dorsett Boon ' ilie WoRTHINGTON, Kay Ayden Wright, John Arthur Caldwell, N. J. Wright, Scottie Sue Spruce Pine Wynn, Carol Jean Aberdeen Wyant, Ida Mae Vale Wyatt, Walter Lee Stoneville Yates, Carol Dean Purlear Young, Mickey W. Winston-Salem Young, Revel Paul Mt. Airy Younts, Woodrow W., Jr. Thomasville The Moimlaiii diiiihcrs. Page One Htindred Tw The Art of StJtdying. Tiiiie tu cull it a di, ly. How did I get up here? W ' liat a way to relax! Page One Hiiinhcul Tin 1 Barker, Premieiil Jim Spivey, Vice-Preiidcnt THE SOPHOMORE CLASS ir.iiM Wood, Secretary Puge One Uiiiidred Four W m;i , iir.i I , I icasurer SOPHOMORES Adams, Lyn Early Greensboro Adkins, Michael Conrad Hickory Alexander, Don William Thomasvillc Allen, David Lee Tobacco ' ille Allen, Nettie Jane Biscoe Allred, Joe Steven Mt. Airy Angel, Linda Carole High Point Angell, Jane W. Hamptonville Annas, Priscella Dianne Taylorsville Anthony, Gayle Byrd Ronda Arey, Joyce Faye Statesville Ashley, Nancy Karen Warrensville Atkins, Linda Pauline Huntersville Atkinson, John Alvin Winston-Salem AuTEN, Ruth Patricia Stanley Babe, Stanley Reginald Arden Barer, John Everett Greensboro Baker, Steve Douglas Drexel Ball, Judith Ann Avon Park, Fla. Ballard, Iva Marguerite Lincolnton Barbee, Teena Ly ' nn Concord 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 Bakersvillc Bauguess, Freeman E., Jr. Jefferson Bean, Alan Eugene Wadesboro Beane, Jerry Franklin Seagrove Beane, Mary Kathleen Granite Falls Beck, Dorothy Margaret Lexington Beck, Kathleen Margaret Lexington Beddincfield, Linda Carole Black Mountain Belton, Charlotte Cecelia Mt. Airy Benoist, Wanda Kay Rockingham Berry, Mollie Elaine Julian a r ' ?ugc One Ihiiidicd live jjiDIr SOPHOMORES Bess, Malinda Cloe Shelby Billings, Brenda Carole Traphill Bingham, William S., Jr. Boone Blair, Mary Ellen Charlotte Blalock, Judy Elaine Kannapolis Blanton, Evelyn McCracken Rutherfordton Blevins, Blan Edwin Crumpler Blowe, Royce Carlton Ahoskie Boardman, Jeanne Marie Gastonia Bolick, Arlena Mae Newton BoLiN, Brenda Joyce Belmont Boston, Donna Jo Ann Claremont Bowles, Joyce Lorraine Statesville Bowman, Judy Anne Winston-Salem Brady, James Way High Point Branden, Susan Jean Charlotte Brandon, Jane Ann Cocoa, Fla. Brandon, Rose Mary Belmont Braswell, Brenda Tamara Concord Brendel, Phil Bill Lincolnton Brewer, Benjamin Kidd Winston-Salem Brewer, Patricia Gail Hickory Bridges, Jerry Lee Shelby Britt, Lavra Frances Charlotte Brittain, Ralph C, Jr. Hickory Broome, Sharron Kay Charlotte Brown, Becky Elaine Hamlet Brown, Michael Dewayne Clyde Brown, Michael Ellis Valdese Buchanan, Barbara Jean High Shoals Buchanan, Wanda Carol Cataw ba Bumgarner, Candler Hayes Gastonia Burgess, Della Rose Winston-Salem Burleson, Michael Ray Albemarle BuRREss, Myra Jeanne Lenoir Bush, Sherry Beth Lenoir Byers, Joann Marie Lexington Cabaniss, Jerry Wayne Caroleen Camlin, Emily Kay Hamlet Campbell, Brenda Marsha Maiden Page One Hundred Six SOPHOMORES Campbell, Julie Atkin Fayetteville Canipe, Christopher Richard Jonesville Cantrell, Margaret Ann Hendersonville Carpenter, Betty M. Low Gap Carroll, Phyllis Joan Denton Carson, Polly Gilliam North Wilkesboro Carson, Vernon Franklin Kings Mountain Carter, Betty Jane Laurel Springs Cash, Jerry Daniel Chesnee, S. C. Cassidy, Ronald Edward Madison Caudle, Ruby Jean Marshville Cheek, Evelyn Diane Asheboro Chenery, Hollis Mayo Hickory Childers, Jerry Phillip Caroleen Childers, Pamela Kay Kings Mountain Childres, Karen Jean Hickor ' Church, William Bowen III Meriden, Conn. Clarke, Beverly Von Newton Clark, Virginia Gail Lenoir Clark, Wilma Lee Newlanil Clayton, Carl Alan Greensboro 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 Airy Cook, John Fdward Boone Cook, Roger Bill Mount Airy CosTNER, James Cleveland Connelly Springs COTTINGHAM, JaNE EdENS Chapel Hill Cotton, Patricia Jeanne Cary Cottrell, James Albert Boone Covington, Robert Wayne Pilot Mountain CoRNWELL, Michael Lloyd Lincolnton Cozart, Amanda Nell Cramerton Piige Uiie Hundred Seven SOPHOMORES Creason, Judy Ann Mocksville Critcher, Mack Truman Boone CuLBERTSON, ClyDE BuRTS, ]r. Salisbury Cunningham, Sarah Jane Hendersonville Dale, Linda Gay Spruce Pine Davis, Brenda Kay Randleman Davis, Janice Kay Denton Davis, Roney Leonard, II Goldsboro Deal, Willard McCree, Jr. Arlington, Va. DeHart, James Edward Newton Dennis, George Edward Glen Echo, Md. DiAMADUROs, Tina George Charlotte DiLDY, Pamela Ann Asheboro Dover, Donna Jean Shelby Dover, Nancy Susan Charlotte Drye, Carolyn Marie Gold Hill Dull, Linda Elizabeth Mocksville Dunn, Larry Wayne Kannapolis DuRGiN, Nancy Ann Concord DUTTON, BiLLIE GaIL Wadesboro Dyer, Mary Frances North Wilkesboro Earnhardt, Joyce Ray Salisbury Earp, Judy Ella TraphiU Easterling, Betty ' Carole Shelby Edmisten, Evely ' n Dare Boone Edmisten, Walter Baker Boone Edwards, Miriam Lynn Ansonville Eller, Donna Lynn Spencer Ellis, James Mondell Advance Embree, Jack Raymond, Jr. Ramseur Ensor, Joann Bakersville Ervin, Wayne Kelly- Jackson ' ille EuDY, Doris Ann Albemarle EuLiss, Phyllis Hope Liberty Farthing, William Baxter Boone Feezor, Nancy Lee Fields, James H. % . Spencer Clover FiTZPATRICK, Jame , II Levittown, Pa. Flenniken, Wanda Lane Asheboro Flippin, Euna Elaine Stuart, Va. Page One Hundred Eight SOPHOMORES Flynt, Robert Hoke Winston-Salem FoAKD, William S. Newton Foil, Janice Leola Kannapolis Fortune, Doris Louise Forest City Foster, Billie Weymouth Blowing Rock Fowler, Barbara Gail Connelly Springs Francis, Martha H. Harmony Freeman, William David Wadesboro French, Ronald Deen Burlington Frye, John Shadrack Carthage Gaines, Victoria Joyce Bear Creek Garaventa, Norma Jean Marion Gardner, Robert Swain Durham Geymont, Jerry Douglas Lincolnton Gibson, Jan Paris High Point Gibson, Maxine Laurel Hill Gibson, Patricia Leigh Winston-Salem Gilbert, George Coley, Jr. Mocksville Gilliam, Margaret Julianne Morganton Glass, Leslie Ruth Greensboro Glass, Linda Joan Kannapolis Glavan, Frances Emily Winston-Salem GoFORTH, Linda Schenck Kings Mountain Goodman, Richard Lawrence Todd Goodson, Ronda Gail Maiden Graham, Rosa Ann Raeford Graybeal, Barbara Anne Boomer Green, Frankie Darnell Hickory Greene, Frances Marie Canton Greenway, Brenda Brackett Rutherfordton Gregory, Eugene Michael Statesville Gresham, Sandra Anne Charlotte Griffin, Thomas Stephen New London Griffin, William Joseph Greensboro Grubbs, Mar ' Gwen Laurinburg Grubbs, Rosemary Leigh Winston-Salem Gurley, Wanda Elaine Hickory Hall, James Eddie Marion Hall, Millard Frank, Jr. Drexel Hammonds, Phyllis Chloe Lincolnton Page One Hundred iSine SOPHOMORES Hannah, Elizabeth Marion Salisbury 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 Harwood, Edith Lucille Albemarle Harwood, Elizabeth Ann Asheville Haas, James Ronald Statesville Hatley, Jane Elizabeth Concord Havvn, Patricia Gail Hickory Hayes, Catherine Ann Elkin Hayes, Elizabeth Ann Elkin Hayes, Judy Ann Boone Heffernan, Bruce Floyd Saginaw, Mich. Heffner, Mary Elaine Horse Shoe Hefner, Clydie Lucille Newton Henley, Camillia Sue Newton Henson, Betty Faye Forest City Hester, William Fredrick Raleig)i HiATT, Billy Ray Mount Airy Hicks, Doris Lee Pilot Mountain Hinds, Robert William Levittown, Pa. HoEELINCER, DaNIEL AnDREW Butler, N. J. Holder, Brenda Elaine Lewis ' ille Holder, Evelyn Sue Clemmons HoLM. N, Sandra Elizabeth Lenoir Honeycutt, Joyce Ann Cliffside Hood, Barbara Jane Holly Hill, Fla. Hoots, Burma Jean Chesnee, S. C. Hoover, Carol t Alice Boone Horton, Jean Viola Hickory HoYLE, JiMMiE David Shelby Hudson, Frances Carol Ennice Hudson, Wanda Yvonne Cramerton Huff, Paul Ernest, Jr. Winston-Salem Huffman, Mervin Nicky Gastonia HuFFM.iN, Patricia Gail Con over Page One Hundred Ten SOPHOMORES HUFFSTETLER, LiNDA RoSE Dallas Hughes, Richard Earl Burlington Huneycutt, David Carl Rockingham Hunt, Allan William Lawndale IjAMES, Stephen Dudley Harmony IsENHOUR, Evelyn Fay Conover Isenhower, Janet Claire Hickory Jarrett, Helen Sue Thomasville Jenkins, Robbie Leroy Chesnee, S. C. Jinnette, Carmel Darlene Goldsboro Johnson, Betty Louise Kannapolis Johnson, Bobby Lee Boone Johnson, Glenda Ruth Denton Johnson, Mickeal Lee Deep Gap Johnson, Patricia Anne Raleigh Johnson, Shirley Sue Greensboro JoLLEY, Sheldon Treva Elkin Jolly, Eric Stephen Black Mountain Jones, Yvonne Marie Newton Keaton, Robert Dean Morganton Keener, Betty Kathryn Greensboro Keener, Sharon Diane Belmont Kester, Norleen Ann Salisbury Keyes, Richard Martin Lenoir King, James Wayne Kannapolis Kincaid, Mary Ann Fleetwood Kiser, Margaret Beth Lincolnton Kiser, Sheron Sue Bessemer City Kornegay, William Burton Wilmington Lachot, Jane Gay Rutherford College Laird, Sarah Lou Advance Lane, Phyllis Gail Pinnacle Lang, Karen Anne Morganton Laramy, John Edward Caldwell, N. J. Lawing, Judy Elaine Charlotte Lawrence, Beverly Irene Elkin Leatherwood, Lynda Jean Waynesville Lee, Henry E. Jr. High Point Lee, Michael S. Lawndale Leigh, James Baker Kings Mountain :fe£ib Page One Hundred Elex ' en " l kl SOPHOMORES LiLEs, Carolyn Kaye Spencer LiLEs, Linda Faye Spencer LlNEBERGER, JiMMY ' ArLEE Hickory LiNGERFELT, HaL DeaN Vale Link, Emma Jean Weaverville Link, Monita Anne Statesville Litaker, Linda Jean Kannapolis LOCKMAN, ShABON ViRGINIA Lincolnton Long, Nancy Marie Roxboio Long, William Alton, Jr. Greenstoro Lowe, Amelia Ann Charlotte Lowe, Linda Sue Lowgap LuTZ, Evelyn Faye Lincolnton Lynn, Freida Dianne Gastonia Mace, Rentha Diana Lincolnt( n Maness, Mary Alice Carthage AL NN, Paula Gaye Concord Maples, Martha Rachel Rockingham Marshall, Joseph Ray King Martin, Henry- Hatcher Charlotte Martin, Nancy Anne Gastonia Martin, Thomas L. Win5ton-Salem Maskell, Janet Ruth Nyack, N. Y. Mast, Kathryn Marie Boone Matthews, Elaine Carolyn Thomasville Maxwell, Pete N. Charlotte Maynard, Robert Lee, Jr. Yadkinville Mazzafearo, Kenneth Eugene Boone McBryde, Joan Elizabeth Albemarle McCall, Jerry W. Stedman McCann, Larry Gene Roaring River McClellan, Linda Jane Monroe McConnell, Gary Benny Lincolnton McCraw, Shirley Imojean Mount Airy McDaniel, Barbara Jean Cooleemee McDonald, Joel Hayden Mooresville McGee, Gerald Thomas Greensboro McInnis, Judy Marie Salisbury McKenzie, Mary Sue Shannon McKinney, Joyce Ann Bakersville Page One Hundred Twelve SOPHOMORES McKnight, Lena Gilbert Mt. Airy McMiNN, Roger Dale Forest City McNair, Lucy Ann Hamlet McRae, Judith Olivia Asheboro McRae, Mildred Louise Wadesboro Meads, Alma Elizabeth Elizabeth City Medlin, Patricia Kathleen Catawba Meeks, Donna Kay Reidsville Metters, Brenda Joyce Lexington Miller, Bronda Kay Landis Miller, Jane Henley Asheboro Miller, Joyce Deborah Hickory Miller, Susan Jane Charlotte Mitchell, Carolyn Ann Caroleen Mitchell, Elizabeth Anne Hickory Monroe, Richard Hardaway Rockingham Moore, Gerald Franklin Maiden Moore, James Hubert Lincolnton Moore, Joan Annette Greensboro Moore, Nancy Ruth Statesville MoRETZ, J. B. Boone Morgan, Ernest Wilson MoTganton Morgan, Judith Gale High Point Morgan, Maxton Lloyd Asheboro Morgan, Michael Eric Salisbury Morgan, Shirley Ann Valdese Morris, Joanna Ray Albemarle Morris, Sandra Ellen Concord Morrow, Sandra Lee Forest Cit Moss, Janette Elaine Hickory Murphy, Sandra Jean Mebane Murrell, Linda Carol Greensboro Neese, Sandra Lee Abingdon, Va. Neill, Larry Vernon, Jr. Hendersonville Neill, Lynda Sue Troutman Nelligan, Roberta Gae Charlotte Newton, Susie Mae Conover Nix, JrMMY Lee Laurens, S. C. Norman, Martha Geneva Morganton Oakley, Nancy Ellen Mebane Page One Hundred Tliirteen u. Jt k SOPHOMORES Ollis, Jack Edward Minneapolis Orr, Dollie Geraldine Charlotte OvERCAsii, Grady Kay Mooresville OvERCASH, JoirN GiBSON Charlotte Owens, Barry ' Martin Belews Creel Parker, Janice Fay ' e Rockingham Parks, Karen Sue Lexington Parlier, Mary ' Alice Piney Creek Parsons, Jo Ann North ' ilkeshoro Paschall, LaRue Fay ' E Youngsville Pattillo, Mary Lydia Bryson City Paul, Peter James Cape May, N.J. Pearson, Joy ' ce Kay Kings Mountain Peeler, Linda Joy Salisbury Pence, Brenda Elaine Rockingham Perry, Sharon Layne Hickory Pettus, Linda Carolyn Winston-Salem Petty ' , Theresa Anna Charlotte Philbeck. Sandra Lee Statesville Phillips, Carol Elizabeth Hickory Phillips, David Lee Hickory Phillips, Thomas Franklin Carthage PiERCY. Roger Lynn Drexel Plott, Nancy ' Karen Concord Poole, Dorothy ' Anne Statesville Poole, Herb Lesser Taylorsville Poole, Hubert Ray- Marion Poplin, Gayle Michael Ronda Poteat, Alda Elaine Salisbury Pote.at, Bobby Gregory Valdese Powell, Carol Jane Valdese Presson, Judy ' Irene Monroe Price, Robert Benjamin ClifFside Pritchett, Martha Louise Banner Elk Purser, Wanda Kay Kannapolis Reavis, Thelma Darlene Charlotte Reid, Claudia Kay ' Gastonia Rempson, Nancy Carol Asheboro Rhyne, Reginald Jack Gastonia Rice, Sharon Elizabeth Oxford Fage One Hundred fointeen SOPHOMORES RicHBOURG, Henry Alexander Statesville Riddle, Jolene Spruce Pine Rider, Catherine Lytmnette Liberty Ridge, Norma Bain Winston-Salem Rigdon, Janice Rhea Brevard Riley, Donnie Lee Durham Ritchey, Rebecca Louise Columbus Roach, Marilyn Kay- High Point Roberts, Mayvle Diane Kings Mountain Robinson, Aretha Bernice Candler Robinson, Katherine Marie Burnsville Rodgebs, Jane Marie Reidsville Roland, Donald Ray Elkton, Md. Roland, Linda Ellen Warrensville Roofe, Sandra Kay Llamlet Rose, Glenn Erle Bear Creek Rose, William Christopher Maiden RoYALL, Velma Lee Roaring Gap Rlidisill, Marilyn Diane Newlon RtippE, Zara Lee Gaffney, S. C. Russell, Alma Gail Russell, Evalina Ryan, Linda Jean Sain, Annette Graham Asheville Miami, Fla. Vale Samaras, John Michael Winston-Salem Sampson, Annie Lee Greensboro Sams, Rometta Joy Candler Sams, Ronnie Ray Asheville Sanders, Sara Elizabeth Camden, S. C. Satterwhite, Jerry Wayne Salisbury Saunders, Charles Donovan Elizabeth City Saunders, My ' RTle Ann Troy SCHRIEFER, MeLVIN L., Jr. Baltimore, Md. Scott, Audrey Gray Pinnacle Scott, Carol Lee Aldan, Pa. Sebastian, Kenneth Eugene North Wilkesboro Secrest, Jonathan Glenn Diexel Seitz, Katherine Faye Newton Sellers, Loy Furman Fallston Settlkmyre, Stephen H. Dre. el Piigf One Hiiiuhed Fifteen € P ©ft ti££ J! : W Page One Hundred Sixteen SOPHOMORES SnELLMAN, David Wayne Cramerton Shelton, Judy Frances Marshall Sheppard, Ernest Wayne McColl, S. C. Shermer, Sarah Janice Yadkinville Sherrill, N. Ruth Hickory Shields, Becky Sue Gastonia Shields, Nancy Jane Kernersville Shore, David Sanders Boonville Shuford, Joe Lawrence Maiden Shuford, Judy Caldwell Lincolnton Shuford, Thomas Martin Lincolnton Shuford, Trudy Gail Gastonia SipE, Judy Eleanor Mt. Holly Sitton, Donald McKipo-EY Horse Shoe Slawson, Judy Lee Kannapolis Slay, Barbara Jo Fort Pierce, Fla. Sloan, Carolyn Elizabeth Charlotte Smith, Allen Edgar Winston-Salem Smith, Charles Edgar China Grove SiNUTH, Don Lane Winston-Salem Smith, Ellen Ray ' Graham Smith, Eula Edith Elk Park Smith, Jane Carolyts ' Fuquay-Varina Smith, Judith Ann Charlotte Smith, Lytjda Kay Alexis Smith, Martha Margaret Gary Sny-der, Richard Charles Winston-Salem South, Patricia Margaret Alexandria, Va. Spangler, Martha Katherine Shelby Spangler, Sandra Jo Gro ' -er Spearman, Norma Lou Kings Mountain Sprinkle. Gilbert Taylor, Jr. Salisbury Stafford, Marilyn Lue Winston-Salem Stafford, Shirley Ann Black Mountain ST. ' iLEY, Sara Lynne Shelby Stallings, Barbara Ruth Reidsville Starr, Richard Worrell Mount Airy St. Aubin, Elizabefh Ann Blytheville A.F.B., Ark. Steelman, David Lindsay BoonviUe Stem, Mary Nell Raleigh SOPHOMORES Stephens, Nancy Woodward Raleigh Stevenson, Susan Jane Statesville Sullivan, Jimmy Roger Lansing Tate, Dorothy Louise Forest Cit - Taylor, Anna R. Lenoir Taylor, Myrtle Sue Green ille Taylor, Pattie Elizabeth Kannapolis Taylor, Robert Lee IVevvton Teague, Sharon Kay ' Boone Templeton, VV ' ilma M. Boone Tennant, John Allen Crossnore Tester, Jerry- Virgil Boone Thomas, Brenda Gail Gastonia Thomas, Doris Jean Rockingham Thomas, Elizabeth Jane Charlotte Thomas, Resa Ann Marshall Thomas, Sylvia Leigh Hiddenite Thompson, Charles Joseph Kerners ' ille Thompson, Linda Sue Albemarle TiLLEY ' , Olivia Kay- Mt. Airy Timberlake, Barbara Ellen Charlotte Tucker, ' irgie Elizabeth Troutmaii Turbyfill, Mary Grace Maiden Turner, Jack Allison Shelby Tyner, Harold Eugene Kannapolis Upchurch, Mary Mich el Raleigh Verble, Mary- Elizabeth Mooresville Waggoner, Michael W. Walkertown Waldrop, Linda Lee Greenville. S. C. Wallace, Danny Allen Hudson Wallace, Jennifer DowNnNC South Miami, Fla. Ware, Connie Lou Asheville Wellborn, Martha E. Deep Gap Wellborn, William ewton Deep Gap Wheless, Shirley- Ap« Louisburg West, Nelda Rachel Ferguson West, Nora Clarice Marble West, Shirley Ann Mooresville Whisenant, David Howard iMorganton Whisnant, Barbara Jane PolkviJle 9. Mf h . J 6© ©©©0© © © © Page One Hundred Seventeen k SOPHOMORES W ' msNANT, Verla Mea Whitnel White, Harold Edward Winston -Salem W ' hitmer, James Morrison Goldsbciro Wilcox, Winton W., Jr. Chajiel Hill Wilkinson, Patsy Ann Ml. Lllla Willett, Barbara Kay SmitWield H ' lLLiAMS, David Ainsworth Rutherforcltdn Williams, Regina Elliott Lexinston Willis, Carole Paige Leesburg, Fla. Willis, Virgil W. Ch arlotte Wilson, Anna Christine Granite Falls Wilson, Mickie Janell Icarcl Wilson, Rebecca Ellen Mebane Wood, Peggy Lee Mebane Wood, Virginia Evelyn Draper YAiT, Mar ' Grey Salisbury VOKLEY, WiNFRED KeITH High Point YouMANs, Betty Sue Waynesboro, Pa. YouNT, Judith Elaine Granite Falls You NT, VicKi B. Granite Falls Taking a hrcather at the wishing ivell We finally made it across the creek! Pag,c One Hundred Eighteen m NHIH m M B iff T e inH % l fl H I T je Champs The Student Art S d those P.E. classes! Looking down from above Page One Ihindrcd Ninclcen Ken Treadway, Prebulciil )(iN 1 ' I p.u K, u c I ' icsident THE FRESHMAN CLASS Lynnette Starnes, Seretary Patty Payne, Treasurer I ' agc Uiic Iluiidred Twenty FRESHMEN Abcrnathy, Brenda Sue Graham Abernathy, Rebecca Jean Cherryville Abernethy, William McKenzie Hickory Adams, Jefferson Alda Harrington, Del. Adcox, Ronald Stephen . . Chattanooga, Tenn. Albright, James E., Jr. .• Mebane Alexander, Dinah Frances Belmont Alexander, Jeffrey Hall Morganton Alford. Ronald Edwin Durham .Allen, Douglas Michael Rocky Mount -Mien, Linda Ruth Gastonia Allen, Martha Boone -Amos, Barbara Jane Greensboro . nderson, Janice Marie Lenoir Anderson, Martha Jean Moore, S. C. . ndre vs, Larry Dail Liberty Anthony, Mary Inez Roaring River -Armstrong, Frances -Ann Ararat Arrington, Brenda Gail Waynesville .Arrowood, Betty Louise Nebo .Ashcraft, James E Polkton Ashley, Martha Shannon Blowing Rock .Austin, Harold Delynn Charlotte .Austin, Steven Dennis Hudson Autry, Candace Elaine Raeford Bailey. Roger Lester Rutherfordton Rain. Brenda Kay Greensboro Baker, Jean Elizabeth Lexington Baker. Michael Raymond Erwin Baley, Patricia Ann Hickory li.dl. Belly Ann Lansing liallard, Linda Joyce Asheville Handy, Kay Elizabeth Newton lianks, Diana Lee Leaksville ISankston, Richard Lee Shelby liarbee, Shirley Deanna .Albemarle Barker. Mary Louise Charlotte liarlow, .Andrea Lee Staunton, A ' a. Harlow. Barbara Lynn Creston Barnes, Joyce Ellen Leaksville Harnes, Patsy Donnelly Gastonia Barnett, Carolyn Kate Ferguson liarnhardt, Betty Carole Landis Barrier, Michael Ray Salisbury Batelli, Neil Giro Paterson, N. J. liatten. Gary Blaine Biscoe Hatten, Robert Daniel LilesviUe Bailey. Janice Whitney Charlotte Haxlcr, Donnic Marguivx K ibbins lia.xter, Frances Katherine High Point Ileal, Anna Elizabeth Mai den Ik-anc, Harry Wilford Lenoir Beard. Barbara Elaine Kannapolis Heauchamp. Danny William .Asheville Page One Hundred Tweiilyone k rk i. FRESHMEN l!i-a cr. Jennie Lou Mooresville Ik-hbcr. Linda Kay Taylorsville licek. Pamela Sue Lincolnton Beck, Robin A Marion Bi-lk. Jerry Steverson Hickory Bell. Margaret Elizabeth Charlotte IVnntll. Douglas llaroUl Buinsvillc Bennett. Jero ' Paul Relief Benson, Ste ' en Wade Hickory Berckman, Douglas Craig Greensboro Berry, Carrie Lynda Valdese Bibey, Joanne Carthage BiRRerstaff, Alta Patricia Cliffside BiKRerstaff. Iva Jane P.llenboru BiRham, Judith Pows RcidsviUc Binklcy, Steven Wilson East Bend Bishop. Judith .Ann (;reensboro Black, Brenda Joyce Lexington Black, Pat Elizabeth Salisbur ' Blackburn, Barry Wayne Lawndale Blackburn, Thomas Allen Winston-Salem Blackwclder, Randy Dean Mooresville Blake. Donald Lynn Albemarle Blalock, Dona Sue lbemarle Blanlon, Roy Ernest Boone Blevins, Gary Dale CJrassy Creek Boaz, Sheila .Antionette Badin Bohlen, Harold Glenn Shelby Boles, Shirley Ann Mocksvillc Bollinger, Billie Ann Lincolnton Boneno, Patricia Ann Charlotte Bust, Judy Carole Salisbury Bostian, James Philip China Grove Boswell. Hilda Faye UTiitevillc Bowen. Joseph Carroll Ashevillc Bowman, Hiluard Dan Burlington Bosnian, Linda Gail Bricklown, N. J. Bowman, Pamela Ga le Greensboro Boyles, Sondra Kaye Hickory Brcnnison, Mary Anne Charlotte Brewer, Christine Ann Winston-Salem Brewer, Fonda Kay North Wilkesboro Brewer, Marsha Louise Charlotte Brewer. Mary Jo Siler City Bridges. Herman Floyd, Jr Cramerton Bridges, Sandra Ann Cherryville BrlRRs, John Dawson Ashcville Blight, Judy Carol Graham Britt, Gary Elton Robbins Broadbent, Patricia Blowing Rock Brt)oks, Rulney Gw -n Greensboro Brooks, William Jennings Shelby Brqokshire, Sheila Elaine Lenoir Browder, Sara Lilian Germanton Page One Ihimired Twoitylivo FRESHMEN linnvn, Brenda Pauleltc Winston-Salem lirown, David George iMooresville lirown, Gar - Monroe Boone l! o ■n. Gilda Mae Claremont lliown. Helen Melissa Cliarlotte Bro« n. Kalherine Sluarl Deland, Fla. Brcuvn. Linda Gail Greensboro lir() n. Bebecca Jean Mooresville Brown. Richard Harrison Statesville Urown, Ronald Craig Mooresville lirvan, Norman Lee Candler Ur ant, Betty Lynn Thomasville llryanl, Charles Spencer Haniptonville IJiichler, Robert A. Jr. . Lishthouse Point, Fla. liufF, Daniel Lee Morganton lUunbaugh, Gerald Lee Boone lii.mgardner, William Michael .Arden Burcham, Vena Carolyn Elkin IJiirge, Ann Rae Pilot Mountain Burleson. Wanda Jean Spruce Pine Kiirns, Brenda Gail Wingate Murragc. Delane Kay Raleigh lUirton. Jane Elizabeth Salisburv- liusick. James Vcrncn Ramseur liusick, Michard James Ramseur lUisick. Russell Wayne Ramseur Butler. Eva Nell Lenoir liiixton, Lana Sue State Road U erly, Charles Clifton High Point B num. William David Lincolnton Caddell, Barbara Jane Murray Hill, N. J. Caldwell. James Frederick aiarlottc Cameron, Addie Lee Roanoke Rapids Cammer. Linda Carol Charlotte Camp, Dan Steven LauTldalc Canipe, Stephen Lee Lincolnton C ' annon, Rebecca Rae Connelly Springs Carpenter, Emma Kathleen Hickory- Carpenter, Shelia Whisnant Casar Carter, Billie Ann Laurel Springs C:arter, Michael Coga Mount Airy Carter, Thomas Harold Mount Airy Caudle, Glenda Louise Jonesville Chappell, Connie Louise Oxford Chappell, Martha Jo WinstonSalem Charlxmneau. Helen Rae Asheville Cheek, Lydia Ann Chapel Hill Chester, John Michael Mooresville Chihlres, D. Glenn Drexel C ' hurch, Barbara .-Xon Ferguson Church. Brenda Raye .... North Wilkesboro C lark. Michael Gene Shelby Clark, Rita Louise Winston-Salem Clark, Sarah Patricia Gary- Page One Hutidred Tivenly-llirce d Z kAkl . k 4 i.k: ft Lk4V fe tl k ktf FRESHMEN Clement. Naney Love Ararat, Va. Clendenin, Walter Karl Statesville Clinard, Sue Ellen Charlotte Clontz, Patricia Lynn Icard Cohb. William Richard Rocky Mount Cuckcrham, Mary Susan Mount Airy Cofl ' cv . Wanda Clail Greensboro Cole, Richard Monroe Boone Coletta, David Chase BumsvUle Collins, Landa Elizabeth Greenville, S. C. Collins, Mary Geraldine Clermont, Fla. Collins, Peggy Sue Onum Conrad, Jonathan Michael Thomasville Cook, Alice Faye Westfield Cook, Dorothy Arleen Statesville Cook, Linda Diann Mooresville Cook, Margaret Ann Elkui Cooke, Susan MooresvUle Cooper. Pamela Furr Albemarle Cooper. Richard Martin Randleman Cope, Sabra Elizabeth Salisbury Cornelius, Danny Ray Winston-Salem Cornelius, Katherinc (;raham .... .Mbemarle Costncr, Sharon Constance Lawndale Covington. Paul Reid. Jr Pilot Mountain Co ' les. Susan Cooper Statesville Cox-. Kenneth Lee West Jefferson Craddock. Linda Kay Pinnacle Crater. Tcrr - Lee Hamptonville C rawford. ShetriU Elizabeth . . Gaffney. S. C. Crisp, Robert Arthur Lowell Culbreth, Phyllis Hope Fayettevillc Culbreth, Susan Grey Chapel Hill Culp, Judy Kay Badin Cundiff, Elizabeth Rae Statesville Cunningham, Peggy Rulh FranUin Curlee, Edward Lee Salisbury- Dages, La Tence Ralph Newland Daniel, Shirley Ann Raleigh Davenport, Janice Flowe Greensboro Davis, Clayton Drew Mt. Ulla Davis, Elizabeth Ann Sanford Davis, Gwendolyn Joyce Wadesboro Davis, Lawrence Eugene Hickory- Davis, Marcia Faye Mt. Ulla Deadmon. Patricia Ellen Mocksville Deal. Nancy Jo Burgaw Deal. Phyllis Anne China Grove Deaton. Linda Kay High Point Delton. Steve Henry Shelby Decker, Jennie Ruth Summerfield Deese, Martha Elaine Charlotte Dellinger. Terri .-Mice Salisbury Dibrell. Bettie Irene Salisbury Page Ove Hundred Twenty-four FRESHMEN Dickens, Brenda Joyce Monroe Dillon, Benjamin Ray Leaks -ille Dimsdale, Carolyn Ann Newton Dobbins, Norma Lynn Salisbury Dobinson, Elizabeth Charlotte Dodge, Sharon Frances Ft. Bragg Dorsey, Michael Ross Thomasville Doster, Harold Clyde Charlotte Dotson, Denver Roy Boone Doty, Cindy Lee Clemmons Driggers, Janice Lee Lumberton Dugan, John J Boonton, N. J. Duncan, Craig L Thomaston, Conn. Dunn, Patricia ' ictoria Four Oaks Dunouant, Sara Paulette .... Ridgeway, Va. Eanes, Jr., William Lee Cascade, Va. Earl, James Clyde, Jr Mt. Pleasant, S. C. Earl, Jerry Wayne Casar Earnhardt. James Max Polkton Eckard, Kay Frances TaylorsvUle Edwards, Lois Esther Marshville Edwards, N. Jean Mill Spring Eichler, Carolyn Mary Granite Quarry EUedge, Billie Jean Hays Elledge, Clarence Eugene, Jr ' aldese EUcr, Frances Irene Salisbury Ellington, Catherine Sue Chenyville Ellington, Mary Candice Cherryville Ellington, Teresa Gale Greensboro Elliott, Linda Carol Wilkesboro Ellison, Franklin Delano Summerfield Ennis, Gloria . nn Erwin Epley, Wayne Richard Morganton Essex, Linda Ann Advance Everhart, Brenda Jean Lexington Evcrhart. Marilyn Bee Hampton, Va. Failing, John Ira Nyack, N. Y. Ferguson, Eleanor Lt)uise Bakersville Ferguson, Janice Lee Liberty Fidler, Vada Sue Greensboro Field, Clara Edwina Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Finley, Donna Jean Winston-Salem Fisher, Paula Susan Gastonia Flippin, Jimmy Neal Stuart, Va. Fogle, Roselyn Lumberton Foster, Marie Jeanette Blowing Rock Foulk, Ronald Lee Medford, N. J. Foutz, Johnny Lee Kannapolis Fox, . nita Kay Burlington Fox, Cynthia Diane Charlotte Fox, Nancy Linda Wilkesboro Foy, Sylvia Faye Wilmington Frazier, Edna Rachel McDonald Frederick, Gerald Lavon Greensboro Page One Hundred Twenty-fh ' e ' JLMtM J K jl i FRESHMEN Freeman, Jo Ann Shelby Fr ' e, Millicent Lou Landis Fuller, Ralph Da id Newport, R. I. Gabriel, Bett - Sue Newton Ciamblc, Deborah Harper .... Hendersonville (..irciner, Verna Christine Rockingham CJarland, Carolyn Lyn Bakersville Garland, Mar ' Louise Newland Garner, Mary Elaine Red Springs Garris, Gayle Junior East Bend Garris. Rubert La-Baron Asheville Gary, William Kays Charlotte Gaskins, Frances Johanna Boone Ciatewood, John Lindsa ' Summerlleld Gaulrapp, Karen Ann . Massapequalk, L. L. N. Y. Geagan, Patricia H Springfield, Mass. Geer, Sylvia Saunders Union Mills Gillespie, John Adam (ireat Bend, Pa. Gilley. Harold Dale « ' arrensville Goforth, Warren G Kings Mountain (ioodman. Donna Ann Gastonia Goodman, Frances Earlene Concord Goodson, .Ann Grace Iron Station (Jordon, Donna C:ail Winston Salem Gore, Lyn Lannette Salisburs ' Ck)«an, Patricia Ann .Asheville Clrant, Gary Tliomas Forest City Clrant, Leslie Shaw High Point Grau, Philip Nicholas Parkside, Pa. Greene, Chilo Hardin N. Wilkesboro Green, Lynda Kaye Durham (-reen, Miriam Hey Concord Green, Sallie Mijier ' a Spencer Green, Sarah Lenora Reidsville Green, WiUiam Wilson Roxboro Greene, Virginia Gayle Elon College Greene, Wayne Luther Boone Greer, Caila Jean Mt. Pleasant Greer, Jack Richard Todd Greer, Margaret C Vincetown, N. J. Griffin, Judy Lane Marshville Cirigg. Lila Evelyn Cherryville Grindstaff, Betty Kaye Winston-Salem GrindstafF, Brenda Louise . . . Green Mountain Guffey, Maurice Hoyle, Jr Forest City GuUedge, Doris Ann Ruby, S. C. Gurley, Delorr Dean Lenoir Givaltney, Rolieria Lee Hiddenite Gwyn. Laura Susan Greensboro I laganxan. Rex Gray Boone I lalford, Brenda Joyce Monroe I lall, Diane GaU Brooklyn, N. Y. I lall, Linda Faye Candor I lalsey, Larry Edward Sparta Page One Hundred Twenty-iix FRESHMEN Hamby, Pamela Jeanne Boone Hamilton, Diana L -nn Wadesboro HamUton, James Fuller Lenoir I lamilton, Martha Lou Asheboro 1 lammUl. Patricia Diane Gold Hill Ilammund, Jane Kirk ... Heath Springs, S. C. Hampton, Frederick Charles Boone Hampton, Katherine .Anne Swannanoa Hampton, Phillip Blaine Boone Hamrick, Susan Elizabeth Charlotte Hand, Patricia Dolores Salisbur - Hanes. James Margin, Jr Winston-Salem Harden, Mar ' Rebecca Graham I lardin, Ilarrietic Rose Morganton I larmon, Marilyn Parolea Boone I larrelson. Donna Lynn Charlotte I larris, Douglas Clayton Dresel Harris, Gwendolyn Ann Bumsville I larris, Linda Lou Miami, Fla. Harris, Montye Cecile Salisbury I larris, ' icki Starr Concord I larris, Wanda Carol Spray I lart, Lena Dare Lansing llarle. Donald . lc an ler Lcaksville Hass, Brenda Louise Hickory I lauser, CeceUa Elaine High Point I lawkins, Jackie Dale Greensboro Hawks, Sharon Kay Shannon I laves, George Tli.mias Newland Ila es, Rich.ird Vaughn Puriear llaynes. Shclia Jean Millers Creek I leafner, Jane Elizalx?th Charlotte I leath, Jane Karen Winston-Salem I leavner, Helen Sue Vale I Icdrick. Sarah Lee Statesville I leglar, Judy Shelt()n New London I leise, Margaret Sue A,shevillc I lemphill. Robert Owen HendersonviUe I Icnderson, Jo Anne Charlotte I lenry, Frances Lynne Goldsboro I lensley, Linda Ann Burnsvillc I lerb, Sandra Rae CTiapel HUl I licks, Florence Louise BoonvilJe I I iggins, Paulette Claryce Asheville linker, Sherr) ' Anne Winston-Salem I Mil, Linda Dianne Caroleen Hill, Nancy Lynn Shelby nines. J .s,|)l,i,u- Ophelia .. C-harleston, S. C. I linkle, Paul Christopher Mocksville I Ic.ke, Charles Keith Hickory I lulcomljc, Ann Marie Weaverville I lolland, Danny Lee Statesville I I. .liar, Linda Irene Hickory I l..iil,.irii,r. I ' „.nj|,l James Kannapolis Pflge One Hundred Tweuty-sei ' en M. MrA FRESHMEN Hoover, Mary Penelope Charlotte Hoover, PhyUis Patricia Vale Home, Belinda Carol Charlotte Horner, James Hunter Oxford Houck, Martha Elaine West Jefferson Howard, Jane Kay Southern Pines I h»vell. Helen Gaye Warrensville 1 lowell, June Bakersville Hudson, Linda Sue Dobson Huffman, Judy Ann Purlear Huft ' nian, Thomas Olin .... Kings Mountain Huglies, Linda Katherine Burnsville Hullett, Margaret Ann Boonville 1 lunt, Xancy Diane , Casar Hunt, Rick Stephen High Point Hunt, Ronda Kaye Denton Hunter, Randy Ransom Oak Ridge 1 lussey, Janet Faye Bennett Hutchins, Donald Van Staley Hutchins, Gail Eloise Bessemer City Hyatt, Mary Malinda Murpln llynes, Janice Lee Thomasv ille Idol, Judy Belle Kernersvilie Tsenl erg, Stephen Morgan Salisbury Isley, Nellie Marie Buriington Jackson, Dorothy Lynn Dunn James, Richard Lynn Goldsboro Jaremcnko, Julia Ro. boro Jarvis, Lynnette Rural Hall Jeffrey, .Michael W ' arrenton, Va. Jenkins, Judith Faye Old Fort Jessup, Terry Doyle Westfield Johnson, Barbara Ann Piney Creek Johnson, Etta Dolores Wilkesboro Johnson, Glen Stanley Pelham Johnson, Larry Kyle Mt. . " Viry Johnson, Nancy Lee Troutman Johnson, Phyllis Ann High Point Johnson, Robert Perry Hays Johnson, Ted David Cliffside Johnston, Doris Lynne Spencer Johnston, Judith . nn Cary Johnston, Linda Carol ' estfield, N. J. Joines, Eula Faye Blanch Jonas, Barbara Ruth Hickory Jones, Barry Randall High Point Jones, Bryson Gold Mooresboro Jones, Connie Marie Laurinburs Jones, Herbert Benson ' inston-Salem Jones, Marilyn Mae Asheville Jones, Patricia Ann West Jefferson Jones, Sarah Lou Valdese Joyce, Louise Davis Greensboro Joyner, Roger Dale High Point Page One Hundred Twenty-eight FRESHMEN Keener, Guy Daniel, Jr Lincolnton Kelly, Carol Rose Carthage Kendrick, Carrol Lynn Morganton Kennedy, Nancy Dianne High Point Kennerly, Sandra Gail China Grove Key, Janice JoAnn N. Wilkesboro Kidd, Joyce Ann Franklin ' ille Kilby, Janice Elaine High Point Kimbrell, Judith Anne N. Wilkesboro King, Janis Elaine Wilmington King, Wilson Lewis Graham Kirkman, Mary Suzanne Central Falls Kiser, Beatrice Kaye Vale Kiser, Janis Lenoir Kleinman, April Lynn Charlotte Knight, Meredith Lewis Creston Knox, Martha Krider Cleveland Lackey, Linda Carolyn Hickory Lail, Roger Vance Conover Laman, Susan Carol Spray Landry, Robert A Arlington, Va. Lanier. John Thomas StatesvUle Lanier, Joretta Ann Lexington Lankford, Roger Kenneth .... N. Wilkesboro Lashley, Linda A Chapel Hill Lassiter, John Stephen Burlington Lawrence, Shirley Sue Mebane Laws, Linda Jean Purlear Laws, Rebecca Louise Mt. Aio ' Leonard, Barry Edwin Mt. Aio ' Leonard, Jeanne Fishel West Jefferson Leonard, Joy Jackie Lillington Leonhardt, Burlene Cherryville Lewis, Bonnie Jeanne HavertoUTi, Pa. Lewis, Larry Gordon Todd Lewis, Robert David Boone Lilly, Doris Jean Troy Lilly, Dorothy Dean Troy Lincoln, Linda Ruth Winston-Salem Lineback, Harvey Lee Walkertovvn Liner, Ronald Sims Winston-Salem Lingle, Rebeccah Ann Lexington Link, Elizabeth Linn Salisbury Livingston, Jerry Allen Statesville Lockman, Linda Joyce Hickory Lockridge, Samuel Calvin . . Kings Mountain Long, Casandra Lee Charlotte Lowder, Helen Marie Albemarle Lowder, Phyllis Kay Cleveland Lowe, Karen Louise Durham Lovelace. Donald Baxter Morganton Lutz, Linda Elizabeth Newton Lynch, Rivers Foster Effingham, S. C. Mabe, Peggy Jo King i wA wZ l.JLM jjt h M ki d Page One Hundred Twenty-nine sT jlT FRESHMEN .MacMillan. Donna Elkton, iMd. Maness, PhyUis Anne Asheboio Marr, Jean Laney Gamer Martens, Linda L Soothfield. Mich. Martin, Shirley Poole Hiddenite Mascott, Barbara Ann Hanover Mast. Barbara Sue Boone Mastin, Linda Lee N. Wilkesboro Mathews, Ella Mae Marion MaxvveU, Janice Brian HuntersviUe May, Jo Ellen Graham Mayfield, Carla Jean Morganton Mays, Robert F, Jr Martinsville, Va. McCain, Nancy Ellen Sophia McCants, Gracie Ella Pineville McCarthy, Colleen Joyce Lumberton McCaslin, Rhonda Pauline Newton McClure, ' ictoria Ann Newton McClured, Cereau Bcrnadette .... Morganton McDonald, Rebecca Ellen Rockingham McElroy, Susan Elizabeth Fayetteville McEntire, Glenda Elizabeth Lawndale McFarland, Patricia Kay Greensboro McGee. Ira Mac Ramseur -McKaraher, Linda Kay Boone .McLain, Becky Donna Kannapolis .McLean, Walter Lee Erwin McMillian, Jane Elizabeth Mt. Airy McMillian, Mary Phyllis Charlotte McNeil, Otis Purlear McQueen. Melissa Elizabeth Concord McRee. Samuel A Newton McRee, ickie Jane Maiden McRorie, Cyrus Pratt, Jr Lawndale McSwain, Linda Gail .-Vlbemarle Melton, Linda Ann EUenboro Melton, Wade Lee Kannapolis Melvin, Wayne P Hickory Mendenhall, Bleeka Joan High Point Mcnkevich. Sharyn Ester Palmyra, N. J. Menius. Bobbie Jean Salisbur - Metcalf, Walter Michael Columbus Milek, Jean Hollywood, Fla. Miller, Anita Jean Asheville Miller, . nnie Edna Boone .Miller. Daniel Lee Lenoir Miller. James Robert N. Wilkesboro -Miller, Michael Reginald Homestead. Fla. Miller. Reba Sue Wilkesboro Miller. Richard Dobbin Todd Miller, Shelia Runnelle Hickory .Miller, Suzanne Patricia Shelby .Miller, Virginia LaVeme Salisbury .Miriello, Ronald Lynn Erwin Page One Hundred Thirty FRESHMEN Mitchell, Helen Arlene Durham Mitchell, Joyce Spray Mitchell, Terry Lane Kaiinapolis Mitchell, Virginia I Bessemer City Moon, Bobby Joe Landis Mooneyham, Sheila Faye Raleigh Moore, Carole Jeanne Winston-Salem Moore, Lefettie Esther Kinston Montgomery, Mildred Ethel .... McLeansviUe Montgomery, Timothy Fred High Point Morehead, Judy Garland Shelby Moretz, Johnny Young Boone Moretz, Martha Victoria Boone Morris, James Thomas, Jr Summerfield Morrison, Alice Marie Harrisburg Morton, Linda Lee Albemarle Moseley. Judy Diane Waxhaw Moser. Portia Elaine Mt. Airy Mower ' . Richard Lee Climax Mozingo, Patricia Ann Charlotte Mullis, Brenda Jane Union Grove Mundy. James Stephen Beltsville, Md. Murdock. Charles Bryce Lexington Murdock, Kathryn Alice StatesviUe Murray, Gloria Ann Mooresville Myers, Brenda Kay Clemmons Myers, Mary Virginia Thomasville Narmore, Toni J Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Neal, Carol Ann Lexington Neave, Gail Patricia Newark, Del. Necessary, Thomas Howard Wilkesboro Newton, Kay Reece High Point Newton, Joseph Wesley Winston-Salem Nichols, Sharon Ann Millers Creek Nixon, Nancy Sue Stanley Norman, John Thomas Julian Nussman, Donald CyBrien Salisbury Nusz, Paula Lynn Morganton Oakes, Elaine Stockton, N. J. Oakley, Linda Joyce Burlington O ' Briant, Judith Ellen Sanford Oldham. Elizabeth Anne Raleigh Osborne, Mabel Ann N. Wilkesboro Oswalt, Barbara Lee Statesville Overcash. Donna Sue Kannapolis Overcash, Mary Frank Troutman Paige, John Franklin Mocksville Pardue, Jean Darlene Winston Salem Parham, Mary Ann East Point, Ga. Park, Linda Kay Rockwell Parker, Ellen Sue Fayetteville Parker, Mary TimberJake Raleigh Parks, Judy Lane Summerfield Parrish, William Terry Boone Page One Hundred Thirty-cme FRESHMEN Parsons, Margaret Rosemary Lenoir Patrick, Don R Shelby Patterson, Cheri Teresa Mt. Pleasant Patterson, Mary Beth High Point Payne, John Douglas Thomasville Payne, Patty Ann Boone Pearson, Cynthia Gayle Haw River Pell, Beverly Ann Winston-Salem Pendleton, Connie A Lawndale I ' endleton, James Michael Gastonia Pcnninger, Brenda Kay Concord Perry, Dorothy Jane Raleigh Peters. Michael Woodrow Reidsville Peterson, Belinda Gay Greensboro IVtiit, Donald Louis Columbus Phillippie, -Andrea Cornelia Liberty I ' hiUips, Phil Edward Fort Smith, Ark. Phipps, Anita D High Point Pierce, Patricia Ellen Salisbury Pinelli. Benita Pearl Drexel Pittman, Judy Eileen Henderson ' ille Puole, Linda Dee StatesWUe Pope, Edward Ransome, Jr Hickory Poteet, Drue Renee Barnwell, S. C. Po vell, Gary A Drexel Prat;, Jane Carolyn Morven Pratt, Muriel Rowena Charlotte Pratt. Ruth Ann Huntsville, Ala. Price, Ayleeza Edna Landis Price, Joe Stephen Taylorsville Prince, Robert Steve Connelly Springs Proffit, James Cicero, Jr Todd Propsl, Linda Kay Greensboro Pruilt, Sharon Kaye Traphill Quinn, Margaret Rebecca Hickory Randolph, Janice Rana Campobello, S. C. Randolph, Lula Jane Gastonia Ratliff, Dennis James Draper Ray, Ronnie Darl Deep Gap Raymer, Eugene Jay Statesville Raynor, Barbara Ann Four Oaks Rector, Mao Arlene Stony Point Redwine, Marcia Sue Badin Reid, Peggy Louise Kannapolis Renegar, Frances Brooks Monroe Rhodes, Jackie Lou Burlington Rhodes, Patricia Gail Wilkesboro Rhyne, James Robert Vale Rhyne. William D.. Jr Cherryvillc Ribbeck, Donna Lee Charlotte Richardson, Gerald Paul Vilas Richardson, Nancy J North Wilkesboro Riddle, Patricia Faye Raleigh Rimmer, Hubert Grier Statesville Page One Hundred Thirty-two .-..« PSF vt Wi ' i fe ' Rnark. Rehecca Russell Boone ' k • - V » ■ -- ' ; fc " A fefc- W k -- V ' ? ' - Roberts, Richard William .. Coral Gables, Fla. ' ' C " r - mLjF SF ' ' Robfogel, Anne Hialeah, Fla. x . W P P ' ' ' - WT Robinson, Carolyn Dianne Charlotte 4e , -C ' t . B 1. ,] tf - B Robinson, James Bany Sherrill ' s Ford ' H A K H M H W 1 Robinson, Patricia Jean Asheville fl ' B H " 9 V w " ' ' |p . W V Rogers, Joseph Michael Gastonia K ie B Bt " ' Tft «r- ' Hfci? , Bi Rt Kers, Nancy Ann Huntersville ' B ' kll_i " BIK( ' ' Rogers, Rebecca Louise Burlington . . L. . B P Jane . . . Kennett f - | | | y ( Sik 0S " S Rumney, Kenneth Withers Bessemer Lifc y » W A L _■ «L«a ' whl " - T l a RushinR, Anne Bonnell Peachland % " --- ■ ■ ! " ! ■ ■ J. i H La m it- Rushing, Carolyn Ann Monroe f — L U ■« B £ 11 P -i Safrit, Michael Richard China Grove 11 X ' ' f E T f V . Ji Jf ' 3illL._ Sain, Larry Eugene . BT Jt k. . HBF . 1? ? i- " ' ' m - W Scott, Gerotha Kay M fc B J B I K B .H Scott! James Patrick Clark, N. J. 5 " R . IL L. W - t k i ' Johnny Guy Drexel F ' 41 AVMr ft L VP ' Hf B9 b Self, Vickie Mason North Wilkesboro — _ _- . Sellers, Judy Catherine Wadesboro fea. ' ' " B plT V ' Setzer, Priscilla Ann Concord B W H ' l Sharpe. Fredrick Page Burlington L ■ J % W Shatterly, David Eugene Yanceyville |%» ▼ Bj » w, Carl Brent Boonville ' T! JttKr . MtF ' . EVV Shaw, Reba La ' erne Asheboro Sha v, Ruth Aileen Charlotte Shaw. Ruth Anne Asheboro Shepherd, Richard Lee Lansing Shepherd, Sandra Leigh Hickory Sheppard, Marion Jean Winstnn-Salem " ' j g " ' JJtF jj HHl k. ffk J B k mt L Burlington M " | Vl ■ TlB KTP Shoe, Steven Lee China Grove Jl flP cM W W K JB H. V Shore, Patricia Ann Winston-Salem fPI M . = « W ' W ' ' W P| % Short, Judy Elaine Hudson ■ ! ' Bi ' ' E. -- ' Jt, ' C P Shroycr, Gary Lee Qiarlotte ' v V ' . " •■ ' ' l ' E E. Pane One linmbcd Tliirlylhrec A£ . Se fe jE 1 If ; i i w J FRESHMEN Shutord. Margie Louise Claremont Sidden, LUlian Kelda Traphill Sigler, John Charles iMilford, Del. Sigmon, Janice Faye Hickory Sigmon, Linda Sharon Claremont Sigmon, Patricia Anne Hickory Simmons, Harriet Beth Gastonia Simpson, John David Hickory Simpson, Johnnie Ree Connelly Springs Sinclair, Joseph Ralph Troutman Sinclair, Marilyn Ruth Charlotte Sisk, Janice Ann Jacksonville Slick. Jo Ann Nebo Sloan. James Louis Charlotte Smith, Brenda Kaye Morganton Smith, Carolyn Mae Winston Salem Smith. Edward Lee Harrisonburg, ' a. Smith, Frank Ray Winston-Salem Smith, Jack McNeill Laurinburg Smith, Joanne Charlotte Smith. Joseph Vann Peachland Smith, Laura Beth Winston-Salem Smith. Lestro Leonidas Hickor ' Smith. Mariea Diana Mount Holly Smith, Martha Ellen Charlotte Smith. Sylvia Carol Statesville Snider, Joyce Myra Lexington Snipes, Anita Gayle Burlington Spada, Thomas Aldo Falls Church, Va. Spangler, Evelyn Lewis Boone Speas, Tamara Eugenia Winston Salem Spradley. Carla Hughes Harrisburg Sprinkle. Connie Raye Lexington Sposato. William Louis . Northporl. L. I., N. Y. Stahl, John Melvin Greensboro Starcher, Shirley Rodenia , sheboro Starnes, Sarah Lynette Hickory Stauber, Susan lone S ' atesville Steele, Wanda Jinx Stoneville Steelman. Charles Stephen .... Winston Salem Stegall, Margaret Ann Marshvillc Stephens, James Ernest .... Connelly Springs Stephens, Linda Gray Lillington Stephenson, Rudolph. Jr Erwin Stewart, Jeffrey incent, Jr Newton Stevenson, Ruth Elaine Statesville Stiff, Janice Medrith Winston-Salem Stiller, C;race Teresa .-Mbemarle Stilwell, Frances Cornelia Concord Stoddard, Christie Rose Raleigh Stokes, Jane CroweU Linwood Stokes. Sharyn Lee Taylorsville Stone, Vickie Winona Salisbury Stout, William Charles Arlington, Va. Page One Hundred Thirty-fatir FRESHMEN Stoue. Brenda Ga le Spray Stradcr, Edward Gilbert, Jr Ruffin Strader, Judith . nn Reids -ille Strayhom, Rachel Priscilla Asheboro Strowd, Judith Kay Chapel Hill Suddreth, Joyce Marie Granite Falls Suitt. Nancy Jane Charlotte SulUvan, Glenda Arline Charlotte SuUivan, Jerry Jessud Hertford Sutton, Shirley Ann SaUsbuxy Swaim, Mary Priscilla Winston-Salem Swanson, Sandra Gail Lenoir Swearingen, Linda Mae Salisbury Swicegood, Barbara Harmony Talbert, Sherry Lee Albemarle Taylor, LUUe Ruth Lenoir Taylor, Mary Frances . . Rehoboth Beach, Del. Taylor, Robert Er ■in Harrisonburg. Va. Teague, Betsy Ann Snow Camp Teague, Velma Clara Boone Tennent, Patricia Charlotte Tesh, EUis Leon Winston-Salem Tew, Vickie Gill Haw River Thomas, James Frank Great Falls, Va. Thomas, Joyce .Ann China Gtoxe Thomasson, Hulon Russell .... Elon College Thompson, Janie Low Rutherford Thompson. John Shaw Spruce Pine Thompson, Glenda Rae Plumtree Tillman, Linda Gail Siler City Tillman, Saundra Jean Cherryville Tillotson, Winston Dalton Durham Timmerman, Beverly June . . Columbia, S. C. Tinsley, Robert Jerry Brevard Tipton, Terry James Green Mountain Toney, Philip Arnold Bostic Townsend, Norma Frances Harrisburg Treadway, Kenneth Ray Valdese Trigg, Joyce Ann Charlotte Tucker, Julius Woodrow, Jr Concord T son, Richard Sibley Waxhaw Umenhofer, Mark Robert Banner Elk Underwood, Sue Stal.in -Mbemarle Upright, Herman Lester Troutman Van Fossen, Donna Katherine . . Staunton. Va. Vannoy, Charlotte Gwyn . . . North Wilkesboro Via, Gloria Elaine Mayodan Vickers, Mira Annette Lexington Vickery, Beverly Jean Indian Trail Vielkanowitz, William Emil . Ozone Park, N. Y. Voigt, David Alan. Jr Chariotte X ' uncannon, Patricia Carol Asheboro Wade, Anne Rogers Chapel HiU Wadsworth, Erlinc Adcle Tampa, Fla. .£i[ . P 7 fp t: 9 Page One Hundred Thirty-five Tslk J l k Ll Pifc FRESHMEN A ' agner. Larry Don Elkin Wagoner. WiUiam Larry Jonesville Walker, Bcrta Jo Hickor) ' Walker, Faye Louise Candler Walker, Frances Ellen Conover Walker, Sarah Helen Asheboro Wallace, William Harris Mt. Airy Waller, Jennie Jo North Wilkesboro Walters, Betty Ruth Grumpier Walters, Dreama Elaine Mooresville Walters, Mahala Jean Elkin Warlick, Richard Lee Newton XA ' arren, Robert Winchester Greensboro Watson, Linda Lea Deep Gap Watts, Dennis Lee Belmont Weaver, Vickie Ann China Grove Weaiil, Robert Lewis Winston-Salem Webb, Clark Wilson Mooresville Wechsler, Fredericka Hott Burlington Weeks, Janis Lee Fayetteville W eisner, Carol Dianne Gibsonville Weiss, Martha Dell Burlington Welch. Bruce R Falls Church, Va. clls. trf ' orge William Hamptonville Wells, Henrietta Lea Clover, S. C. West. Sally Kaye Caroleen Whicker. Phyllis Ann Greensboro Whiscnhunl. Andy Chase Lexington Whisnant, Margaret Louise Salisbury White, Carolyn Marie Stokesdale WTiite, Ramona Virginia SherrUl ' s Ford Whitener, Carolyn Sue Union, S. C. Whitener, Linda Kathr n Hickory- Whitfield, Betty Sue Hurdle MUls Wikle, Kathryn A Elkin Wiles, Bonnie Ray Yadkinville Wilkes, Marsha Ann M adesboro Wilkins, Robert Doyle Be lmont Willard. Linda Diann Randleman Willi. mis, Claudia Dae Lumberton W illLnns Danny Ray Faith W illidms, Diane Lee Quantico. Va. ' illiams, Geraldine Hazelwood Williams, Janice Kay Newton Willi ims, Linda Elizabeth Drexel illi.ims, Martha Elizabeth . . Granite Quarry Willi.imson. Jane O Lumberton Williamson, Jesse Baxter, Jr Asheboro Williamson, Joyce Ann Burlington Willis, Betty Reed Raleigh Willis, Charles Lee Micaville Willis, Jerry Dean Bostic Wilmoth, Janet .Ann Eunice Wilson, Benjamin Franklin Grayson Page One Hundred Thirty-six FRESHMEN Wilson, Clara Clontz Essington. Pa. Wilson, Glenda June Boone Wilson, James William Spindale Wilson, Mar ' Anne Durham WUson, Mickey Delores Edneyville Wilson, Susan Elaine Asheboro Winbum, Vic Burlington Windsor, Michael Alan Wilkesboro Wohlford, Linda Leigh Randleman Wolff, Connie Marie Tobaccoville Womack, John Kenneth Cliffside Wood, Danny Weldon Lexington Wood, Edward Olin North Wilkesboro Wood, Marilyn Catherine Toast Wood, Virginia Marie Stalesville Woods, Patsy Kaye Grover Wren, James Arthur Gaffney Wright, Gar ' Stephen Ellenboro Wright, Jill Ilene Shelby Yancey, Michael Grant Valdcse Young, Sidney Presswood Boone Yow, Tommy Ray Marion Zdunczyk, Harry Joseph Greensboro Zimmerman, Patricia Sue Wilkesboro Zweig, James Warren Charlotte Arrh ' itii! on campus! Tlun didn ' t tcU us ahout these lines! Pijge Oitc Huiicircd Thirly-sei ' cn m ' S ■ BOOK TWO Page One Hundred Thirty-nine STUDENT COUNCIL Under the leadership of its president. Tom Turner, the Student Council assumed and carried out many new and worthwhile projects. Included in these projects were a reorganization of the Student Go ernment Association By-Laws; formation of the Inter-Class OOicers Council; an Honor System that exemplifies Appalachian students ' integrity, character, and academic honesty; and tiie con- ducting of all campus-wide elections. All of this work was done in addition to the regular Student Council activities. The Council has worked long and hard this year and the students of Appalachian owe them a sjiecial ote of thanks, for they have set an excellent example of industry and responsibility for us. EfSMm • «r»i»- ..ail Tom Turner President of Student Body STUDENT COUXCTL OFFICERS First raw: Mildred Gentry: Corresponding Secretary, Johnny Powers: Reporter, Alis Johnson: Recording Secretary. Second row. Tom Turner: President, Terry Pope: Treasurer, Austin Adams: Vice-President. Page One Hundred Forty ■-j- TT ' fmir tr ftsBfxx ' KnM " w«ii«y.« SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES I list row. Peachie Petrce, Mickey Laney, Mildred Gentry, Aus- tin Adams, Judy Stiller. Secniul row. Brantly Park, Ken Vaughn, Terry Pope, Tom Turner. JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES First row: Gail Martin, Judy Oates, Alis Johnson, Jackie Davis. Second row: Thurman Hollar, Wallace Hill, Johnny Powers. REPRESENTATIVES SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES Hubert Poole, Mike Morgan, Jimmy Spivey. f : -I FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVES Lynnette Starnes and Ken Treadway Page One Hundred Forty-one EDITORIAL STAFF First row. Martha Houck, Barbara Timberlake, Lois Parton, Woodell, Jean Milek, Carolyn V ' alton. Not ptctttred: Betsy Janice Rigdon, Carol Hudson, Aloma Beaver. Second row. Bar- Sheppard, Robbie Nelligan, Jane Thomas, Carolyn Glascoe. bara Beard, Jane Davenport, Tommy Ervin, Bill Roland, jNIel 1965 RHODODENDRON STAFF Lois Pahton Editor We, the staff of the 1965 Rhododendron, have at- tempted to portrav the path over which all of us trod and our experiences during this journey which ultimately leads us to an understanding of our desires, dreams, and ambitions in order that we may better li e life and serve others. BlIII SlL X.Nb Business Manager Miss Elizabeth Fox Sponsor BUSINESS STAFF First row. Rickie Wechsler, Beth Stevens, Ann Saunders, Kay Second row. Joyce Smith, Margaret Glenn, Brenda Laughlin, Overcash, Diane Belk, Sabra C jpe. Carolyn Keener, Jean Caudle, Pat Barnes. Page One lliinihed Forty-three Carolyn Lynn Admns Sylvia Kay Bowers Pamela Ann Brown Samuel B. Casey William Morgan Davis Donna Stanley Dyer Rosemary Edwards Judith Ann Foster Margaret C. Glenn Judy Elaine Hager ALPHA CHI OFFICERS Dennis Saunders President Sylvia Kay Bowers Vice-President Rosemary Edwards Secretary Judith Ann Foster Treasurer Carolyn Lynn Adkins Historian Pamela Ann Brown Proqraii; CJwirnian Dr. Barden Spousor Alpha Chi, ;in honorary scholastic society, is open to all seniors who have attained a quality point rating of 3.25, the membership not to exceed five percent of the class enrollment. The purpose of this society shall be to promote hiyh scholarship, to encourage sincere and zealous cndcaxor in all fields of knowledge and service, and to de elop an appreciation of scholarly endeavor in others. Irene Lillie Hancock Lillian M. Hatley Jerry F. Mashburn Van Morrow Brenda Joyce Petree Raymond N. Pierce Earl Don Redding Teceth Ann Rogers Dennis G. Saunders Bentsiett C. Sawey ' Saka Catherine Sawey Betty McNeil Stanley ' Mary ' Hailey ' Sweatt Colleen A. Trexler Dr. Bakden Page One Hundred Forty-four Jerry Barker Sylvia Bowers Jerry Bowman Fred Bradley Nelson Brookshire Richard Burkhardt Toby Burleson Frances Crabtree Ruby Diamond Ora Eads Doris Elliott Tom Erwin Sadie Farthing Gerald Gaither Diane Godfrey Wallace Hill Ron Kiziah Kenneth Knight Robert LeFever Way-ne McNeely Van Morrow Diane Murray Sandy Panther Lois Parton Peaches Payne Joe Phipps Phyllis Ann Reid Tom Rhyne Dennis Saunders Connie Smith Sara Smith Patsy Smith Judy Stiller Bee Sweatt Wayne Thompson William Tulbert Tom Turner Douglas Turner Kenneth Vaughn Jane V ' alker Brenda Wallace C 9M£.Q Ch,h vvnurU CHI LAMBDA CHI Chi Lambda Chi is composed of all presidents of campus clubs and organizations at Appalac hian. The duties of this organization are to discuss and solve jirob- lems that arise within the various clubs and organizations. OFFICERS Ron Kiziah President Charles Rives Vice-President Judy Stiller Secretary Lois Parton Treoswrer Austin Adams, Rudy Diamond . Executix ' e ConuciJ Maxie Edmisten, Paul Bagley Sponsors Austin Adams Toby Burleson Jo Ann Cannon Alice Chandler Sue Cox Janie Cranford Rolanda Digh Rosemary Edwards Margaret Glenn Robert Hagler Jane Henderson Freida Hines Billie Miller Brenda Moxley Gene O ' Kelly Brenda Petree Doris Poteat Jewel Pruitt Joan Sisk Joyce Smith Lorraine V ' inkler Mrs. Ann Blackburn Miss Jane Riner 0)ie of the facets of hiisiiiess educatioi. PI OMEGA PI OFFICERS Toby Burleson President Billie Miller Vice-Preside it Alice Chandler Secretary Jo Ann Cannon Treasurer Mrs. Ann Blackb urn, Miss Jane Riner Sponsors The Gamma Psi Chapter of Pi Omega Pi, national honorary fraternity in business education, is open to all juniors and seniors in business education who attain an average of 3.00 in business education and a 2.50 in all other subjects. This Chapter was organized to promote and maintain a high standard of scholarship among those in business education and to foster ideals of good teach- ing and continuance of learning in the field of business and other general fields. Page One litiiuhed Fori) six First row. Joan Carroll, E%el n Grigg, Martha Spangler, Peggy Wood, Carla Greer, Mabel Ann Osborne, Mandy Cozart, Nlar- tha Pritchett, Judy Sipe, Martha Norman, Bonnie Wiles, Judy Pittman, Beverly Lawrence, Jane Hart, Darlene Reavis, Nancy Fox, Janis Weeks, Nancy Feezor, Elizabeth Ann Hayes, Clifton Arnold. Second row: Henry Greer, Virgie Tucker, Becky Mc- Donald, Carol McKinney, Jackie Scott, Linda Gragg, Donna CK ' ercash, Judy Creason, Pal Laws, Wayne Filer, Chris Canipe, Jerry Bumbaugh, Horace Brown, Suzanne Wheelous, Faye Filer, Imogene Conley, Edith Smith, Lynn Nusz, Linda Beaver, Trudy Shufurd, JuNCc Suddrcth, Wanda Hudson, LaRue Paschall. Third row. iXlildred Gentry, Judy Oates, Lavann Troutman, Kay Bain, Judy Hall, Kay Campbell, Robert Hamphill, Danny Nliller, V ' ayne Stroup, Buddy Culbertson, Melvin Denton, Jimmy Cald- well, Brenda Swanscm, Gayle Clark, Shirley Wheless, Sue Mc- Elroy, Julia Jarenmenko, Brooks Green, Linda Nix. Fourth row. Billie , liller, Janice Roseman, Patty Norman, Gracie McCants, Sarj Phillips, David Shellman, Bill Brix)ks, John Edwards, Wayne Brooks, Audrey Smith, Judy Smith, Betty Hardison. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION CANTERBURY CLUB First row. Margaret Whisnant, Mary Anne Brennison, Mary Grace Turbyfill. Second row. Hollis Chenery, Patricia South, Julie Campbell, Becky Stockton, Kati Brown, Janet Maskell. Third rrnv: Reverend Fernevhough, Inhn Sigler, Richard Miller, Jim H.irner, William Church, URh.ird Huyhc-.. OFFICERS Richard Hughes President Bill Williams Vice-Preside it Marv Grace Turbyfill Secretary Janet Maskell Treasurer Reverend Ferneyhough Sponsor Page One Hundred Forty-seven SPANISH CLUB First Row. Judy Huflfman, Mary Hewitt, Evalina Russell. Secotid row. Betsy Nicholas, Kenneth Knight, Reggie Rhyne, Jane Davenport. OFFICERS Kenneth Knight Picsiilciil Reggie Rhyne Mce-President Doris Elliott Secretary Roger Cumeie Treasurer Dr. Hamilton Spoiiwr CERCLE FRANCAIS First row. Priscilla Swain, Kay Davis, Jolene Riddle, Joyce White, Judy Stiller, Elizabeth Riddle. Second row. Julie Camp- tell, Wanda Burleson, Linda Hall, Pat Roland, Billie Foster, Faye Spivey. Third row. David G. Brown, John Webb, Dr. J. Roy Prince, Arby Frost, Jim Bridses. Gloria Cash. OFFICERS Judy Stiller President Bill Groves Vice-President Jim Bridges Secretary Faye Spivey ' Treasurer Dr. J. Roy Prince Sponsor Page One Hundred forty-eight First row: Judv Henson Haves, Annie Lee Sampson, Jolene Riddle, Judy Stiller, Elizabeth Riddle, Favc Henson. PI DELTA PHI OFFICERS Sylvia Bowers President Judy Harris ' ice-President Bill Groves Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Roy Prince Sjiousor Second roir: Cash. Faye Spivey, Dr. Prince, Arby Frost, Gloria The puip isc of this organizntion is to encourage a wider knowledge of and a greater appreciation for the contributions of France to world culture, to recognize and award excellence in the field of French studies in American colleges and universities, to pro ' ide on the college campus a nucleus of devoted future teachers of French who will organize and promote programs and projects inspired by French studies, and to foster a friend- ly spirit .imoni. ' the peoples of French and English speech. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB First row: Martha Maples, Patricia Huttman, Lynda Slate, Dixie Falls, Jean Wilson, Iva Willis, Kay Williams, Evelyn Holder, Nancy Oakley, Judy Clarke. Second row: Elaine HefFner, Linda Goforth, Shirley Martin, Carole Huneycutt, Emma Jane Phillips, Gloria Hutchinson, Judy Hess, Jo Ann Carter, Kay Tilley, Betty Barker, Peaches Payne. Third row: Martha Spangler, Brenda Hines, Agnes Godwin, Guynell Fisher, Pat Woody, Camellia Howell, Linda Stone, Patsv Sparks, Gail Jones, Lynn Adkins, Ruby Hurler. OFFICERS Linda V ' AnD President Peaches Payne Vice-President Dixie Falls Secretary Pat Woody Treasurer Emma Jane Phillips and Hollis Chennery Reporters Linda Beaver Membership Chairman Gail MfCMivrv Prnjecf: Chninua,, Piige One Hundred Forty-nine hirst row: nc Miller, Howard Decker, Joe Phipps, jr., Dan Hughes, Billy Parlier. Secotid rmv: Jimmy Pounds, Clarence Hill, Lee Dages, Jr., Jim Barker, Don Redding, Bruce Welch, Jim Fletcher, Wayne Eller, Delmas Greene, Hardin Greene, Jim Garrett. Third row: Matt Thompson, Tom Ragan, Lynn Reese, Kemp Sigmon, James George, Jerry Steadman, John Ramsey, Don Alexander, Ken Sebastian, Darrel Carpenter. INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB OFFICERS Joe Phipps, Jr President Dan Hughes Vice-President Joe Miller Secretary Joe Hailey Treasurer Professor Frank Steckel Sponsor Phniuatc of the Maiith in the Makiiv. ge One Hundred Fifty Sylvia Barber Judy Benton Brenda Black Sandy Bodenheimer Judy- Bowers Jane Brandon Barbara Buchanan Frances Crabtree Jackie Davis Patsy Deal Sallie Duhling Barbara Duncan Judy Ellington Barbara Hanks Linda R. LeFever Maryanne Mascot Linda Murrell Vann Padgett Peaches Payne Linda Peeler Annette Pender VERNICIAN SOCIETY 1 he purpose ot the Vernieian Society is lo iiioaden the outl(X)k of the student through intellectual endeavor, cultural growth, social fellowship and community service. The major projects of the club are sponsoring a program quarterly at Grandfather Home in Banner Elk, a Home- coming project or float, and gi ing a May Day Tea for the Mav Court and their guests. OFFICERS Judy Stiller Presidciil Brenda Black Vice-President Pat Smith Secretary Linda Poteat Treasurer Judy Benton Chaplain Brenda Black, Judy ' Ellington and Annette Pender PuhUcity Chairnicii Mary Verble, Jane Brandon Scnipbook Chairincn Mrs. Ada Crisp Spuuiuy Brenda Petree Dotty Poole Linda Poteat Ann St. Aubin Delores St. Clair Rita Shumate Pat Smith Beth Stevens Judy Stiller Carolyn Thompson Brenda B. Trott Palilette Van Steenbeeck Mary Verble Jane Walker Pat Wall Paige Willis June Wilson Martha Witiierington l ' W One llinulrcd I ' iftyone First roil ' : Emma Jean Link, Erline W ' adswurth, Regina V Hams, Kathy Carpenter, Carol Fladd, Patty Bonena, Becky Brown, Betty Willis. Second row: Dodie West, Beth Dobinson, Diane Godfrey, Pat Geagan, Chris Hinkle, Horace Brown, George Nickle, Buddy iMcCoU. OFFICERS CoLLEE Riddle Presideut Jane Henderson Vice-President Diane Godfrey Secretary Dodie ' est Treasurer Miss Ball Sponsor FLYING FISH Ann Murray, Nancy Brown, Christie Stoddard, Babbie Walker, Judy Cummings, Beth Stevens, Gloria Harris. MODERN DANCE OFFICERS Jane Walker President Mary Ann Mascot Vice-President Gloria Harris Secretary-Treasurer One Hundred Fifty-two First roil ' : Lydia Pattillo, Lynn Thomas, Charlotte Greene, Janet Wilmoth, Eva Harrison, Marilyn Jones, Jane Bowers. Seco nd OFFICERS Ronald Z. Morgan President Merrill J. McEntire Vice-President Eva Harrison Secretary-Treasurer C. Bunch Sponsor J. Paul Harris Reporter MEN ' S CHORUS First roir: Clifton Arnold, John Crai;;, Uon Blake, Kenneth Lankford, Larry Carmichael, Andre Arrouet, Charles Byerly, Guv Kerlev, Jr., Thomas R. Vow. Secmtd row. Johnnv Moretz, Robert Price, Dale Riley, T.hv Rurlc-..,,!. W. 1. ichols, Jim roir: J. Paul Harris, Merrill J. JMcEntire, Judy A. Oates, Jim DeHart, Ronald Zack Morgan, Michael Gene Davis. ART GUILD OFFICERS David Seiberling President .- ndre Arrouet Vice-President John Craig Secretary-Treasurer 1 Ierman Bekemever Sponsor Mike Rogers Accompanist Clifton Arnold Director Wilson, Mike Griffin, Dave Seiberhng, Mike Russell. Fliird row: Robert L. Weavil, J. Stephen Meendy, Franklin Durham, Ron- ald Hill, Barry Owens, Doug Harris, Doyle Wilkins, Larry V. Neill, Jr., Steven D. Austin, Tom Lanier. Pciiic One Hii Fifiy-lhree Firs. ' row: Jane Morton, Linda MMri ' ii, Hi ist )ii.ir I ' .irsonv, Fuyy Sheets, Judy Ball, Frances Goodman, Jerry Bumbaugh, Jane Angell, Rita Clark, Keith Yokley, Patsy South, Carolyn VVhite- ner, Gary Shroyer, Carol Jane Powell, Don Bowden. Second row. Betty Youmans, Clifton Arnold, John Craig, Drew Davis, Rich- ard Burkehardt, Steve Mundy, Larry Carmichael, Andre Arrouet, Lou Stafford, Donna Barrier, Herschel Harper, Carolyn Sloan, Bob Daly. Cindy Fox. Third row. Bill Wallace. Audrey Smith, David Seiberling, Gerald Frederick, Jack OUis, Mike Russell, John Stahl, Jack Hawley, Robert W ' eavil, Ralph Tigniere, Charles Byerly, Michael Rogers, Guy Kerley, Ronald Gibbs. Fourth row. James Wilson, James Miller, Robert Roselle, Melvin Miles, Tom Blackburn, Tom Lanier, Doyle Wilkins, Harry Beal, Tom Henson, Tom Vow. OFFICERS Sonny Tigniere President Lou Stafford Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Islev Director MARCHING BAND Mr. Charles Isley Director Dr. Nicholas Erneston Conductor ORCHESTRA OFFICERS I Iahhv ISoorii Prcsidciil Jane Angel Secretary Larry Carmichael Treasurer Dr. Erneston Comhictor •nsl ' ioU n: Ronald Blackm.iii, Maria Enicst.m, lane Snilt. Sara Pli.llips, Cynthia Stiles, Pliyllis MacBrycIc, IJcnnic Lewis, Janice Foil, Juanita Turner, Mary Nell Stem, Dale Wilson, Helen Charbonneau; Second ' iohns: Dean Hall, Ronald Flill, Michael Griffin, Helen Odum, Martha Ke iah, Jane Heafner, Larry Carmichael, Lue Stafford, Paige ' illis, John Craig, Jo Hines, Grace Turbyfill, Jo Anne Little; ' iolai: Doris Prevette, Nancv Kennedv, Maryaret Cantrell, Dovie Wilkins, Don Bow- tkn; (V; -a: Snnnv TimiRrr, David Seiberling, Muriel Pratt, |ud Smith; Basses: Jerry Mashburn, Frank Durham, Hershcl I larper, Rebecca Rogers; Flutes: Carole Easterling, Rosemary Parsons; Oboe: Earla Seany; Clarinets: Robert LeFevcr, Jane Angell; Bassoon: Douglas Craig; French Horns: Andre Arrouct, Donna Barrier, Carolyn Whitener, Patricia Tennent; Trumpets: Ronald Pojcdinec, Harry Booth; Trombones: Robert Long, Ben Skinner, Richard Burkhardt; Percussion: Donald Richards, Steve Mundv. r-f-f MUSIC EDUCATION First row. Elizabeth Fox, Jo Anne Little, Helen Odum, Uoris Prevette, Lue Stafford, Karen Lang, Carole Eastcrling, Juanita Turner. Second row. Carolyn Whitener, Landa Collins, Wanda Lou Bullington, Judy Smith, Grace Turbyfill, Phil Kelley, Dick Burkhardt, Dan Mitchum. Third row. Larry Carmichael, Ben Skinner, Harry Booth, Andre Arrouet, John Craig, Steve Mundy, Douglas Craig, Ron Pojedinec, David Seiberling. Fourth row. Mickey Young, Dean Hall, Jerry Mashburn, Thomas Martin, Steve Austin, Robert Price, Mike Russell, iVlike Rogers, Bob LeFever, Bob Long. OFFICERS Richard Burkhardt Preiident MicKEV Young ice-President Doris Prevette Secretary Carole Easterling Treasurer Miss Fox Sponsor APPATONES Fir f roir: Herschel Harper, Robert Dalv, Robert LeFever, Mitclnim, D,.u ; Craig, Don Richards, Carl I laenselman. Dan Secmid row. Bob Long, Mickey Young, Mike Russell, Mike Rogers, Sunny Tigniere, Jerry Mashburn, Frank Durham. MIXED CHORUS First rcxr: Wanda Lou Bullington, Marguerite Taylor Moore, Jo Anne Little, Linda Guffey, Janette Ioss, Virginia Linney, Faye Cook, Landa Collins, Joan Hensley, Rachel Jolley, Elaine Poteat. Second row: Paige Willis, Maxine Skreen, Lorraine Bowles, Nancy Glenn, Eugenia Moser, Juanita Turner, Laura Loch, Carol Powell, Sharon Dodge, Pat Black, Bettie Difriel. Third row: Janice Foil, Lynn Xickols, Phil Kelley, Bob Chand- ler, Jim Wilson, Steve Mundy, Harry Booth, Gerald Frederick, Dan Mitchum, John Craig, Earla Seaney, Margaret Young. Fourth row: Gay Jolley, Ronald Hill, Benny Brewer, Robert Price, Mickey Young, Steven Austin, Melvin Miles, Bill Gary, Tom Carlton, Jerry Mashburn, Ro bert Weavil, Mary Frank Overcash. OFFICERS Ron Hill President Dan Mitchum ' ice-President Paige Willis Secretary Marguerite Moore Treasurer CONCERT BAND First roil ' : Becky Brown, Harry Beal, Frances Goodman, Jo Hines, Lou StafFord, Carole Easterling, Judy Smith, Rosemary Parsons. Second row: Dr. William T. Nichols, Keith Yokeley, Audrey Smith, Joel Moon, Robert Daly, Roberta Gwaltney, Robert Wea- vil, Tom Henson, Ben Miller, Judy Ball, Cindy Fo. , Rita Clark, Linda Cook, Joyce Trigg, Mike Rogers, Jane Angcll, Robert LeFever. Third row: Larry Andrews, Douglas Craig, Pat Ten- nant. Donna Barrier, Andre Arrouet, Carolyn Whitener, Elaine Oakes, Bill Wallace, Gary Shroyer, John Craig, Larry Car- michael, Danny Mitchum, Harry Booth, Jerry Mashburn, Ralph Tigniere. Fourth row: Clifton Arnold, Dean Hall, Bob Roselle, Tom Lanier, Richard Burkehardt, Mike Russell, David Seiber- ling, Mickey Young, Robert Long. Fifth row: Carol Jane Powell, Jerry Bumbaugh, Karen Lang, Ronald Gibbs, Don Richards, Melvin Miles, Herschel Harper, James Wilson, Don Bowden, Mike Griffin, Doyle Wilkins, Franklin Durham. Pnge One Hundred Fifty-seven Firsf row: Carl F. Haenselman, Julie Barber, Janet V ' ilmuth, Elizabeth Cunditf, Ann St. Aubin, Jane Angell, Mollie Berry, Gay Davis, Edward Gibson, Billie Ann Bollinger, Jcx; Moon, Bob iMays, Patti Jones, Sonny Tigniere. Second row: Bob Daly, Bronwen Bacon, Sandy Barrier, Julie Gilliam, John Craig, Pattie Taylor, Karen Lang, Doris Prevette, John Taylor, Joyce Arey, Lyndell Stewart, Eddie Lincoln. Third row: Linda Angel, Carol Powell, Carol Barr, Diane Williams, Tim W. Gentry, Herschel Harper, Andre Arrouet, Ron Pojedinec, Dan Mitchum, Tim Montgomery, Candy Autry, Patsy South. Fourth row: Guy Lee Kerley, Jr., Nancy Long, Sherry Schalk, Sara Staley, Terry Par- rish, Lue Stafford, Jim Horner, David Seiberling, Charles Byerly, Mike Russell, Marsha Brewer, Donna Barrier, fifth row: Harrv P. BiK)th, Dan Hoeflinger, Larrv Neill, Jr., Barrv Owens, Robert L. W ' eavil, Robert B. Price, Richard Earl Hughes, Gerald L. Frederick, Bruce R. A ' elch, Charles Murdock, Jim Wilson. Sixth row: Melvin M. Miles, Gene Clark, Britt Brittian, Connie Jones, Harry Heal, Mary Frank Overcash, Tom Lanier. OFFICERS Sonny Tigniere President Herschel Harper Vice-President Jane Angei l Secretary Andre Arrouet Treasurer Carl F. Haenselman Sponsor COLLEGIATE JAZZ SOCIETY The chih ' s hand. Page One Hundred Fijlyeight PHI BETA LAMBDA OFFICERS Larry Bishop N. C. State President Ron KiziAH Preside it Toby Burleson A ice-President Alice Chandler Secretary Ken Vaughn Treasurer Larry Bishop Parliamentarian L RGARET Glenn Historian Jim Jones and Carl Messere Sponsors Phi Beta Lambda is endeavoring to promote an inter- est in business education and a career either in the busi- ness world or in teaching commercial courses. The club is open to all students majoring in business education and students interested in business education. First row. Brenda Collins, Linda W ' hitener, Janice Crawford, Jackie Davis, Joyce Miller, Carol Jones, Martha Bailey. Second roil ' : Lois Parton, Jane McMillian, Brenda Church, Sara War- ren, Dodie West, Carolyn Teague, Shirley Johnson, Brenda Moxley. Third roif. Thomas Turner, Jim Freeman, Bobby Miller, Brenda Black, Brenda Aultman, Wanda Harris, Loretta Shomake, Sondra Albert, Jim Jones. Fourth rou-: Jack Smith, Margaret Glenn, Austin Adams, Toby Burleson, Alice Chandler. FiftJi row. Ron Kiziah, Larry ISishop, Ken Vaughn, Dermis Sipe, Ron Kilpatrick. WOMEN ' S GLEE CLUB First row: Barbara Ann Stewart, Carol Jones, Betty Ritch. Jane Hartsell, Judy McCravey. Mary Lillian Wiley, Ixiretta Foster. Jan Gibson, Pamela Bowman, Anita Snipes. Second rou ' : Elizabeth Wolfe. Nancy Brown. Joan Moore. Annette Pender. Linda Rhvne. Lucv Sealy, Frances Crabtree. Dorothv Cook. Carolvn Keener. ' irginia Snvdcr. Cassandra Panther. Pat C.e. Lvndell Stewart. Third ro.r; Janis Kins. Sandra J. Smith. Mollie IkiTV. Nhr.! Warren. Xorma lledrick. C;av Lachot. Brenda Laughlin. k.illuiiiu- Il.illiheld. Ik-ttv l,.hnM,n. Jackie Harris. Catolvn Thomas. Svlvia IL.vMrs. Beth I uckir. M,nis Snvder. Fmirtli roii-: Man- Gwen OFFICERS Martha Dale President Frances Crabtree Vice-President Carol Jones Secretary-Treasurer Dorothy Cook Aceompaiiisf Herman S. Bekemeyer Director Grubbs, Jo Ann Key. Edith Humphreys, Brenda Simpson, Christine Ross, .Agnes Godwin. Brenda Bost, Mary Hare, Lynn Ross. Leslie Grant, Bar- bara iMcDaniel. Linda Hardin. Roberta Nelligan, Candy Autry. Geraldine Williams. Fifth r.nr: Kathv Scitz, Martha Dale. Carol Yates, Suzanne Wheelous. Sondra ll crt. Linda Smith. Kathy Pittman, Jane Phillips, Audrey Smith, M.ihcl I ' .itf.n. Marv Annes Stroup. Saundra Trully, Billie Anne McGuirt, C jr.. I R..!.c li.irr. Lluanda Mull, Donna Ribheck. Teena Barhee. i t f f -|. t % f tut tjliif % K % mnAWMmi Page One Hundred I ijly n WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP Firs, .on-: Ilannc Plaiin. Ian Davcnpc.rt. Susan C.uvn, Kay Bain, Norma OFFICERS C:liiu-. ail,i liilUr. Martha l.i thap|Hll. ImiiKII Suxxarl, Katvlee Shunk. I ' m::!: ,V.:: I;: ' :,:, ' :; uh;; ' ; ' :; ' n ' ' :;;::::; ' m ' :: ' ;, , ' ' ;::;:,■; ' ,:;:, " ; ' n::,: nohman h. mccoli. President hm ' h ' u ' " i " ) " ' ' ' ,! ' ' i ' h ' m ' ! ' ' ii r,i ' i,M ' , ' ' ' ' s ' ,n,llVyio,,V ' Nir ' ,y,! ' ,!h, ' ' i ' ' ' i Zl Barbara Anderson First Vice-President n! l ' :ii Hi ' ' ' ' i ' ' ' ,7{!ii! " ,r hr xV!! ' ! " ' ! m ' r ' l! " ,n ' !:::CZ:, Vl ' ' ' " h ; Coiwhe smith Secmid Vice-Presidem l!; ' ' u,., ( ' ,.11! ' , n n:!n,i,lu " i, ' , ;,nh ' su, ' ns,,n: ' ' irin ' ,, ' l ' Ku " ' l, ' M ' |n 1 ' ,ank NoRMA Hedrick Secretary Ovcu.ish, l..,i!,,if,i n,K !s,in, lutiith Inn: k.iv liilliin lnn. t.ail , lc- Suani, l ' .i,,„l,, Willi.,, J,,n litcheU. Connie Snutli, Malcli Iluyle, KayPeARSON Treasurer liii l,lv l,(,.ll, k.1,1 ( l,n,l.nin, lorn Lanier. Joanna Mo rris. Judge Mor- K;m. s„s,,, Mill, 1. I nil ' nn L. Settlemyre. Steve Wilson. Ronnie Ben AND SandrA Fisiier Advisers R. Sams, liiniin t.nlci. liiilih I ish. PI GAMMA MU OFFICERS Gerald Gaither President Bill Robinson Vice-President r icic n ic r-i r T c- X Pirst row. Carl Soltis, Spencer Poovey, Carole Ferguson, Carole Carole Brewer Secretary g , gjjj r ,,; g jj Gaither. Second row: Archie Dr. a. M. Denton Treasurer Smith, Tom Crayton, Terry Pope, Jim Sills, Ora Eads, Dr. A. Dr. a. M. Denton Sponsor M. Denton. t ■ " " " ■ o 0- ALPHA PSI OMEGA A thenlrical pmduclirm ' ni ihe makiui. The purpose of the Lambda Zeta Chapter of Alpha Psi Omega is to honor those who have clone meritorious work in the field of play production. In order for one to be eligible for membership, he must be a tnembcr of Playcrafters, an upperclassman, and skilled in all areas of theatrical work. OFFICERS Charles Rives President Van Morrow Vice-President Doiiis Elliott Business Manager Members: Doris Elliott, Van Morrow, Charles Rives. Not pictured : Frank Crow. Paee One Huiulred Sixlv-one Fiisi row. Alice Hollar, Pat Memint;. ChiistinL- 1 ulbrit ht. Second row: Pat Huffman, Sandra Keener, Ed Lincoln. Malinda Bess, Linda Smith. Third ruv old Doster. Sylvia Throneburg, Percy Carver, Har- THE APPALACHIAN Kay Lowery Business Manager P ige One Hundred Si.vh-firo The Appalachian, a weekly newspaper which has no faculty or administrative censorship, is published by a staff comprised of students who have at least a " C " average and who like writing. An editor and a business manager are chosen in a campus-wide election each year during the latter weeks of winter quarter. Three delegates represented the Appalachian at the National Associate Collegiate Press Convention held in Chicago, Illinois. In addition to membership in tbe Associated Collegiate, Inter-Collegiate, and Carolina Collegiate press associa- tions, the A.S.T.C. paper maintains an exchange system with newspapers of other colleges and universities all over the United States and abroad. Mh. Rocers V. Whitener and IJr. Cratis W ' uxiams Sponsors First row. Bee Sweatt, Kay Lowery. Second row: Lewis Gaston, Sammy Oliver. M M Margaret Arnall W ' lLLARD BlEVINS Robert Braddv Nelson Brooks Patricia Caldwell Sharon Eudv Elaine Hager Irene Hancock Mary Earp Holbrook Mitchell Hovle Sandra Keener Judith A. Martin Shirley Moore James Patterson Gary Poe Tecetl Rogers Connie Smith Brenda ' ickers Betty- Walker Rodney ' Weinberg [. W. Carpenter, Jr. BETA BETA BETA OFFICERS Connie Smith Preiident Nelson Brooks Vice-Preiideiu Betty Walker Secretary I. W. Carpenter, Jr Sponsor Beta Psi Chapter of Beta Beta Beta is an honorary biological society with membership restricted to those who have maintained a " B " average in at least twenty- foLur hours of biology. Thai ' s a crocodile! Page One Huinireci Sixty-four ' -ir " ss w- ' n . . " . ■ N - ' Vi»- g ' t:33C ! ' ' . ' W 1 1 ■ ,. ii ' iii ai i , .i .■»i i pi,| 1 if " " ' Firsf roir; Julie Campbell, Frances Crabtree, Cathy Rider, Betty Yaumans, Janice Foil. Second rmv: Renee Poteet, Pattv Norman, W ' avne Ellcr, Xancv Webb. RELIGIOUS COUNCIL OFFICERS Frances Crabtree FresirfciK Ed I IiNKLE ' ice-President Nancv Webb Secretary John Wright Treasurer Julie Campbell Historian CHORALE Firs row. Jo Hines, Dorothy Cook, Elaine Garner, Lynn Nichols, Lavann Troutman, Judy Canipe, Mary Agnes Stroup, Lois Jean Norton, Margaret Ann Cantrell, Barbara Ann Stewart. Second row. Clifton Arnold, Flerschel Harper, Chuck Blanton, Toby Burleson, Steven Austin, Doug Harris, Sonny Tigniere, John Parker, John Craig. Page One Huudred Sixty-five First row. Linda Johnston, Norleen Kester, Connie Warf, Rob- bie Nelligan, Marion Blair, Cathy Rider. Second row: Ann St. Aubin, Sherry Schalk, Frances Glavon, Lindy Fernandez, Mary Sheredan, Helen Lovvder, Barbara Barnes. Third row. Niarylu Barker, Howard W. Murphy, Neil C. Batelli, John A. Wright, Ed Winterstein, Ruth Pratt. Fourth rcni-: Dean Burroughs, Ron- ald Ritter, Larry Hand, Rev. Ed W. Smith, Dan Hocflingcr. OFHCERS John Wright President Ed V ' !Nterstein Vice-President Barbara Barnes Secretary Marion Blair, Cathy Rider Religious Council Representatives NEWMAN CLUB WESLEY FOUNDATION First row: Carolyn Whitener, Lee Cameron, BiUie EUedge, Judy Johnston, Judv Morehead, Linda Roberts, Carole Ferguson. Jill Ulright. Secottd row: Gay Peterson. Millie Weathers, Carolyn Howell, Shirley McCraw, Lefet- lie Moore, Kay Hampton, ' irginia Wood. Lynda Berry, Linda Huffsteller, Jimmy Whitner. Maurice Ritchie. Tliird rmv: Gayle Pearson, Susan Cockerham. .Anne EUis, Amorette Claik, Janice Daris, Sara Staley, Betty Gabriel, Linda Lashley, Shirley Martin, Dotty Poole, Judy Sellers, Melissa Brown. Fourth row: Jerone Pearson, Charlie Scroggs, Judv Canipe, Ed Hinkle, Nancv Webb. .Ann Stegall, Bob Roselle, Jerrv Sullivan. Barbara Hood. Judy Morgan. . nn Saunders, Marion Griffin. Louie Walter Bell. OFFICERS Ed Hinkle President Tom Rhyne ' ice-President Judv Morgan Secretary Louie Ramsaur Treasurer Maurice Ritchie Director First row. Nina Wilkinson, Sandra Herb, Judy Bost, Linda OFFICERS Propst, Pam Bowman, LaVerne Miller. Second roil ' : Dr. W. G. t r- n j , c- 1 7 u -vT r A I J D I, . ( I. M .L ANicE TOIL f} esidetit sink, John Aorman, Don Alexander, Koberta Ge altnev, iMartha ' Moretz, Martha Williams, Kathy Seitz. Third roxv. John Doyle Doyle Lyons Vtce-Prestdent Lyons, Robert A. Buchler, Linda R an, Chuck Parker, Wallace Linda Propst Secretary L. Hill, Mrs. VV. G. Sink, Janice Foil. Don Alexander Treasurer Susan Branden and Pam Bowman Rehgicnis Council Representatives LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION YOUNG WOMEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION First row: Carolyn Smith, Beth Tucker, Carol Nichols, Kay Bain, Carolyn White. Second row. Jean Dover, Diane Godfrey, Mrs. Mary E. Haralson, Ann Kearns, Peggy Wood, Elain Via. Third row. Diane Roberts, Patricia Wesley, Martha Kay Brittain, Ra- chel Susanne Cody, Norma Hedrick, Sandra J. Smith. Fourth row. Alma E. Meads, June V. Wannamaker, Rcnee Poteet, Sara I . S.in.l.rs, lu.K G. Foster. OFFICERS Diane Godfrey ' President Luc ' Gillespie First Vice-President Sara Sanders Second Vice-President Betty Youmans Secretary June Wannamaker Treasurer Mrs. Mary E. Haralson S ' Joj mr Page One Hundred Sixty-seven APPALACHIAN DEBATING UNION OFFICERS Brenda Wallace President Keith Stroud Vice-President First rnw: Keith Stroud, Brenda Wallace, Jo Ann Key, Danny Bowman. Second row: Thomas F. Phillips, James T. Brooks, Jr., Benjamin R. Dillon, Clay Osborne, Bob Price, Michael Lipe, Robert R. White, Jimmy Morris. Not pictured: Steve Canipe. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB First roiv: Betty Ritch, Dr. W. T. Nichols, Ed Lincoln, Ora Eads, Ben King, Howard Foster. Second rmv: Gail Hutchins, Millie Montgomery, Jo Ann Anderson, Janice Ma.vsvell, Judy Slavvson, Susan Foster. Third roxv: Diane Godfrey, Gerald Gaither, Guy Lee Kerley, Nancy R. Moore, Wayne Craig, Ken Banks, Scott Withrow. Fourth row: Martha Smith, Rachel Moore, Mike Lee, David Barron, Alice Hollar, Robert R. White. Fifth row: Wilma Clark, Kinney Rorrer, Larry V. Neill, Tom Crayton, Ben Dillon, Hal Dean Lingerfelt. OFFICERS Ora Eads President Ben King ' ice-President Howard Foster Treusurer Betty Ritch Secretary Ed Lincoln Program Chairman Dr. W. T. Nichols Sponsor Page One Hundred Sixty-eight PI KAPPA DELTA OFFICERS Brenda ' ai.lace President Thomas F. Phillips Vice-President William Alvin Robinson Secrefnrv First row: Thomas F. Phillips, Brenda Wallace. Second row: Bob Price, Keith Stroud, Michael Lipe, Robert R. White. APPALACHIAN CHEMISTRY SOCIETY Firsf row: Mrs. Atwood, Martha Drum, Helen Lowder, Linda McKaraber, Dr. Sink. Second row: Bill Long, Jack Ullis, Eddie Blevins, Clarence Elledge, Thomas Rhync. Third row: Renee Poteat, Jonathan Perryman, Dr. J. E. Johnson, Tom Murray, Art Osborne. Fourth row: Terrill Swcezy, Mike Gregor ' , James Greene, John Rhyne, David Colctta. Fifth row: Dr. LeRoy Pike, Ronnie Haas, Dr. George B. Miles. OFFICERS Tom Rhyne President John Powers Vice-President ALvRTHA Drum Secretary Terrill Sweezv Treasurer Dr. Sink Sponsor J Page One Hundred Sixty-nine First roil ' : Glenda Reynolds, Jimmy W ' hitmer, Mary Frances Dyer, Elaine Hager, Sharon Eudy, Gary Poe. Second row. Shir- ley McCraw, Brenda Dickens, Judy Smith, Kay Miller, Barbara Barnes, Dr. Randall. Third row. Jack Carawav, Brenda Vickers, T. W. Wall, Jr., Bobby Braddy, Mike Waggoner, Bill London, Jim Valentine. OFFICERS Bill Tolbert President Jim Valentine Vice-President Glenda Reynolds Secretary-Treasurer Gary Poe Piihlicity Chairman Dr. Randall Sponsor HIGHLAND BIOLOGISTS MATH CLUB OFFICERS F r.s( roil ' : Gail Sullivan, Sarah Clavton. Carol Nichols, Becky Tommy Erwin President Nifong Hilda Everheart, Linda Rea is. Secomi ro,r: Bob Rat Everheart ' . ' . ' . ' . " . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' ' Vice-President ledge, Cheslev Kimmer, Svlvia 1 hroneberg, Mvra S. Warren, r. c- t- W Marmon. Lloxd Sellars. ' Third row. Tommy Erwin, Tommv Gail Sullivan Secretary-Treasitrer Milnt..sli, l!i l) Vvatt, Bill Roland. lim Sullixan. Bill Roland P 7r iViii;ei;f(7n«i; cfU iS ■ ■ • ' ■ " ■ n ' r r " ■■--- ' ■ l% i=wn r M mU " K " ' lA H V fc ktN WufSy p w k " " ' t Mjl, T S - .-; ' M Hm ; - Prtge One Wundred Seventy First rmv: Julia May, Joyce Deborah Miller, Sandra J. Smith, Delphine Pao, Beth Tucker, Nelta Shepherd. Second row: Les- lie Duckworth, Aloma Beaver, Mary Ann Kincaid, Nancy Smith Craddock, Ann Arrovvood, Joyce Metters, Peggy Collins, Ramona White. Third row: Carolyn ' alton, Marcia Miller, Marfarit Li, Norma Cline, Linda Munday, Doris Elliot, Jeanne Kary, Cath- erine Sheu, Lydia Chang, Chu Gen Sen. Foiirf i rmp: Diane Murray, Kenneth Crysel, Estelle McKinney, Ronald Ritter, Tina Robinson, Harvey Lineback, Esther McKinney, Anne Hare, Wanda Scronce, Margaret Talbott, Brooks Green, Patsy Deal. orncERs DrANE Murray President Carolyn Walton Vice-President Aloma Beaver Secretary Nancy Craddock Treasurer LIBRARY SCIENCE CLUB WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OIFICEUS Sara Smith President First row. Patty Neave, Genie Pettit, Brenda Bravvley, Peggy Elsie Frost Vice-President Maners. Second row: Miss Blo{xlworth, Judy Cummings, Sandy Sandy Parker Secretary Parker, Sara Smith, Judy Pruitt, Miss Ball. Third roir: ' anda CiivnY Saix Treasurer Davidson, Brenda Allison, Amv Madison, Ann Kearns, Elsie ' „ Frost, Helen Mascot. Fourth row: Alma E. Meads, Julia S. Cald- Joyce Cidsholm Heporter well, George Roberson, Ann Snider, Ida Wyant, Maryann Corlis. Miss Bloodworth and Miss Ball Sponsors Page One Hundred Seventy-one First roir; Wayne Simmuns, Jack Buckctt, Bill Mauldin, Willie iMaples, Terry Harbin, Freddie Bradley, Bruce Hardin, Wayne Byrd, Jay Clinton. Second row: Jerry Price, Eddie McArver, Sam Houston, Guy Flynt, Larry Harbin, Jerry Mills, Howard W. Murphy, Buddy Kirby, Don Parham. Third row. Tally Long, Joe Hailey, John Current, Marcus Cooke, Bill Case, Jim Dehart, Henry Richbourg, Buddy McColl, Fred White. Fourth row. Douglas Phillips, Jerry Saunders, John Graziano, Jim Leigh, Jimmy WTiitmer, Bob Hinds, Bill Bookout, John Ferguson. Fifth row. Mack C ruchcr, Jim Cottrell, J,.hn Dnl.bs, B..bby Barbera, Allen Smith, Jim Bridges, Tony Goins, Mike Olivo. OFFICERS Freddy Bradlev President Bruce Hardin Vice-President Wayne Byrd Treasurer MEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETICS First rote; Jackie Embree, Eric DeGroat, Tony Goins, Jerry Price, Bill Bingham, Jimmy Whitmer, Ben Sandiford. Second row: Chris Hinkle, Niack Critcher, Mehin Denton, Doug Turner, Jerry Barker, Henry Richbourg, Jim Scott. Third row. Sidney Young, Don Parham, ' ayne Byid, Jim Richardson, Sam Hous- ton, Kerry Murdock. taj ' Pr 1 n r f i Wm IB R m j " " .iTi ■ Mtf- PLAYCRAFTERS OFFICERS Charles Rives President DoMs Elliot Vice-PresiAeiit Sandra Smith fiecretnry-Trensurer First rmv: Winton W. W ' ilaix, Jr., Janet W ' ilmnth, Carmel Jin- nette, Doris Elliott, Van Morrow. Second row. Eddie Smith, Nancy Moore, Alvin Johnson, Bob Buchler, Steve Brooks. T ?irc roiv: James Hastings, Clay Orsborne, Joe Shuford. PEP CLUB First roil " : Joyce Black, Jo Ann Martin, Anita Phipps, Shirley Boles, Janie Cranford, Candy Ellington. Second row: Frances Glavan, Joyce Snider, Suzy Harris, Linda Brown, Bonnie Pounders, Mary Anne W ' ilson, Gail Martin. Third row. Brend.i Everhart, Mary Beth Patterson, Ann Stegall Chris Hinkle. OFFICERS Ciiiiis I IiNKLE President 1 vME Cranforo ' ice-President Jackie Davis Secretary Su? XNK 1 1 MiRis Treasurer TiNN I )i i oiii os Reporter Pcige One Hundred Seventy-three ua Ite Pint row: Cathy Mall, Janie Cranford, Carol Ann Hall, Pauletta Reid, Sandra Sparks. Second row: Linda Roberts, Brenda Nance, Brenda Wallace, Hilda Everhart, Judith Ann Bower, Jo Ann Martin, Suzy Harris. Third row: Rebecca Chapman, Kathy I Itsk I, Luretta Howell, Jane Davenport, Sara Warren, Gloria lluti-hibun, Judith Ann Redmond, Xancy ' ebb, Ann L. Settle- m re, Sandra Lowery. JUNIOR COUNSELORS HOUSE PRESIDENTS Rose Cashion, Neiv Dorm Carol McKinney, Lovill Elsie Frost, Danph-Blnn Peaches Payne, East Carol Antv Hall, Locust Helen Stephenson, Wliite Sandra Keener, East Suzanne Wheelous, North Page One Hundred Sex-enlyfour In si iiju . Siiu l).i aiit. k.iicii (.Jdulrapp, Kathy Baxter, Candy Ellington. Second roiv: Betty Gabriel, Caroll McKinney, Sandra Keener, Sandy Philbeck. Third rmv: Gail Martin, Wallace L. Hill II, Suzanne Wheelous. OFFICERS Sadie Farthing Preiident Rita Shumate : Vice-Presidenl Elsie Frost Secretary Wallace L. Hill II Treasurer STUDENT RESIDENCE ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATION OF CHILDHOOD EDUCATION First roil ' : Phyllis Reid, Diane Belk, Ji) Ann Martin, Suzy Harris. Second rou ' : Charlotte Pope, Bobbie Caudill, Beverly Herndon. Third row. Kathy Hester, Martha Teague, Linda McHargue, Patricia Lucas. OFFICERS Phyllis Reid President Katylee Shunk Vice-President Charlotte Pope Secretary Diane Belk Treasurer , I First row. ManHic Smith, Jane Bragg, Barbara C artir, Billic- Anne OFFICERS McGuirt, Kathy McEwen, Saundra Trull. Seca.uJ rou-. Pat . Thompson PreshlerU Fleming, Wayne 1 hompson, Dennis oipe, Scott Withrow, -.. i t- r i Ann Hayes, Kay Lieffman. Third rmv: Clarence W. Hill, Gwyn Dennis Sipe First ice-Presuient Elledgc, Jim Adams, Alvin Gene Dellinger, Phillip T. Ashley, Clarence Hill Secmul Vice-Presideut Kinney Piorrcr. Billie Anne iMcGuirt SecreMrv Kathy Mc-Ewen Trensjirer YOUNG DEMOCRATS CLUB YOUNG REPUBLICANS CLUB OFFICERS First row: Carolvn Keener, Bettv Riich, Elaine Via, I ' a Willis, Wayne JNIcNeely ' President Agnes Godu ' in, June U ' annamaken Second r,™-: Richard M. j j ipe . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . " . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' Vice-President Cole, Richard H. JJavis, Belinda Horn, v avne iVlcINeelv, Joe Belk. Third rmv: C. E. Elledge, Jr., Terry Jessup, Herb L. Poole, Carolyn Keener Secretary Michael A. Lipe, Marcus Cooke. Betty Ritch Treasurer Austin Adams Don Alexander Larrv Bishop Mike Brown Jim Cottrell John Current Frank Curtis Roy Davis Baker Edmisten Jim Gordon Wallace Hill Bob Hodgin Thurmon Hollar j. w. isenhour D. H. Johnson Ford King Ron Kiziah Mickey Laney Doyle Lyons Joe Miller o f C2 r i COLLEGIATE CIVIC CLUB OFFICERS The puiiiosc of this organization is to pro iclc an Clarence Chapman President ■ i • r • • r 1 Mickey Laney Vice-President apprenticeship type ot training tor young men teachers Larry Bishop Secretary who will be expected to assume th e full duties and re- Thurmon Hollar Treasurer li- - r • - u- • ..i u- Mickey Laney Historian sponsibilities ot Citizenship upon entering the teaching Jim Cottrell Chaplain profession. Primarily it is a civic organization on a small Floyd Kerr Sergeant-at-Anns .1 Mr. Ray Graham and Dr. George Wesley Sponsors scale. .wd Mike Morgan Terry Pope Johnny Powers Bob Ratledge Don Redding Roland Stiles Robert Taylor Tom Turner Ken Vaughn Eddie Wiles Ray Graham (iEORGE Wesley Not pictured: Clarence Chapman, Floyd Kerr, Ken McAllester, Edward Pfeif- fer, Jim Reid, Mike Todd. Page One Ihtmhed Scvenir r s ti ' ' - fl. n . F ' l BA i HJA Hi ■ " H B STUDENT TRAFFIC ORGANIZATION OFFICERS Jerry Bowman President Alvin Sigmon Vice-Pres ' .dent Jim Lineberger Secretary-Treasurer First row: Alvin Siymim, Jerry Bowman, Jim Muliis. Second row: Keith Hoke, John Thompson, Will Deal. NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION OFHCERS Nelson Brookshire President Judy Stiller Vice-President Frances Crabtree Secretary GiNNY Grogan Treasurer Judy Ellington Social Chairman Katylee Shunk Pi(b ici(y Chairman Beth Stevens Program Chairman Lee Reynolds, Walter Snipes Sponsors First row: Carol Ann Hall, Elaine Hager, Ann Kearns, Brenda Collins, Mervlyn Watkins, Betty Lyerly, Gloria Harris, Judy Ellington, Joe Belk. Second row: Zedena AUred, Mary Alice Harper. J.ickic Davi?. Barh.ir.i Dunon. X.uline S. Carson, Fran .1 (, laliiicc, r.cxU Storns. Thn-d row. l)n„„a Cathev, Eleanor KurFees, Hilda Everhart, Brenda Hines, Joan Wilson, Judy Huff- man, Ginny Grogan. Fourth row: Beverly Herndon, Alethea Humphrey, Raychel Cody, Sandra J. Smith, Jennie Ruppe, Bar- bara Wright, Sandra Keener, Diane Greene, Elizabeth Richard- son. Fifth row: Suzanne Wheelous, Kathy Hester, Camille Mar- tin, Jeanette Stevens, Rebecca Kiser, Joyce Smith, Gail Martin. Sixth row: Wanda Scronce, Sara Warren, Jane Davenport, Sue Johnson, Margaret Pilcher, Phillip T. Ashley. Sevetitli row: Linda McHargue, Billie Miller, Alice McMillan, Joyce Wilmoth. Carol Jean Nichols, Brenda Svvanson, Bruce Eads. Eighth row: Martha Teague, Jane Marlin, Sandra M. Schell, Delores K. St. Clair, George Nickle, Dodie West, Judy G. Foster, Gene Dell- inger. Ninth row: Patty Norman, Nancy Croddock, Alice Chand- ler, Sara Buchanan, Terrie Peeler, Edward Pfeiffer III, Alice Hollar. Horace Brown. Tenth row: Lee Reynolds, W alter Snipe;. Nelson Brookshire, Elizabeth Berry. Mary Hewitt, Saiali i 1 iMoh. Page One Hundred Seventy-eight A Print Class sponsored hy the Art Guild. 1 Sadie llatrkiiis Da ! Mr. Biisi)iessniau of Tomorrou On the count of three Participation at the Elementary School. Page One Hundred Seventy-nine •TtfilijBlilt.j. .jtafcj i lS: ' .ffei BOOK THREE Page One HunAred Eighty-one First row. Bill M.iiiKlin, W .imk- V.mxI. I..in Xucc s.irv, Jim S.ott. Neal Batelli, Jerry Hart, Jack Becket, Larry Lawins, Uick [ickle, Don Mauldin, Pat Hartsell, Guy Flint, Dennis Saunders, Tom- my Tomelsin. Second row: Art Gregory, Eddie Fisher, Jerry Willis, Owen Brooks, Tony Goins, Bob Laundry, Jay Clinton, Tom Culbreth, Robbie McLaughlin, Larry Harbin, Terry Har- l in. Joe Whilr, Wrs I .unuincaux, Jrrrv I ' lcur. I hi, A row: Lar- ry Hand, jerry Price, Ronnie Kelly, Jack Fine, Bill Greene, Tom Hughman, Joe Young, Ken Treadvvay, Larry Simmons, Gene Dillard, Jimmy Came, Joe Newton, Bill Stout, Bruce Hardin, Jim Rice. COACHING STAFF Firsf row. Doug Crater, Bill Church. Second row. Carl Messere, Jim Duncan, Head; Jim Cullivan. FOOTBALL 19 6 5 |)m Duncan wound up his last season with the i palachian Mountaineer Gndders in the fall of 1964. He pushed the Mounties to a 6-3 record which came all too close to taking conference honors. Elon ' s Fighting Chris- tians, for the second year in a row, crushed Appalachian ' s conference hopes this year in the Mounties ' own sta- dium by a 28-7 tally. Lenoir Rhyne ' s College Bears fol- lowed suit the following week and pushed across seven points in the final minutes to beat the Boone inxaders 14-7. Highlights of the season were an early season romp of Western ' s Catamounts, 27-10, and a homecoming 35-14 showing o er the punchless Indians of Catawba. Larrv Law ing ' s hardnosed running from the fullback spot and good defense from Larry Hand and company brightened a hard season. Pnge One Hundred Eighty-two Larry Hand Larry Harbin Rick ' uensh " THE FIGHTING MOUNTAINEERS " Joe Young Jerry Price Jerry Hart Robert McLaughlin Page One Hundred Eighty-three i he ! ' „■■ I c, Larry Harhiii receix es the Boh Broome Trophy. Rip ' em lip. Tear ' em up Don Mauldin Neal Batelh Larry Simmons Joe White Page One Hundred Eighiy-foiir The Coach in Actio)!. Gilmer Murdock, Ron Kaxoy, Sam Houston Trainers Pat Hartsell liiiL Mauldin Jim Rice Joe Newton Page One HuiiAred Eighly-five ' S%m» m Terry Harbin TOi I CuLBRETH Dlnm;. Saunulus Victon ' . Reuiinisciu3.- Jack Becket Bruce Hardin Bill Greene Appalachian SCOREBOARD ... 20 Newberry ' . 6 Appalachian 27 Appalachian 7 Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian Western Carolina 7 Elon 7 Lenoir Rhyne 35 Catawba 10 Carson-Newman 10 Wofforcl 21 Presbyterian 10 28 14 14 7 23 Appalachian 21 Emory Henry 14 Tony Goins Wayne Byrd Jay Clinton Larry Lawing -J i ,fi0l ' Fint row: Jim Thomas, Marcus Cooke, Tommy Spada, John Ferguson, Richard W. Roberts, Bill Riner. Second row: Craig Duncan, Will Deal, Jimmy Reavis, Howard W. Murphy, Jim Russ, Ken Banks, Jimmy Burchette, Donald York. Third row: Thurman lohnson, Dun Parhani, Bill Stewart, Jerry Mills, John Current, D. H. Johnson, Leonard Schriefer, Dan Mulcahy, Jim Hodgens, Eric DeGroat. SOCCER Coach Eric De Groat ' s soccer squad established a name for itself in the 1964 season this year by managing 4 wins, two coming from strong Southern Conference schools. Bouncing back from a 0-9 disgrace at the hands of N. C. State, the ATountaincer soccer men upset a rough-and-tumble Davidson squad by a 3-2 score. Later in the year both Lvnchburg and Furman fell to the Apps by the same tally. A 6-1 romp over Brevard College fol- lowed the Furman win. OFFENSIVE TEAM First roil ' : Leonard Schriefer. Fullback; John Ferguson. Halfback. Right Inside; C. H. Ne Second row: Howard W. liirpln Right Wing; Bill B...,k..ut, aid Jones. Left Winy. 1, Left Inside; Craig Duncan; Ron- Pnge One Hundred Eighty-eight First TOW. Jim Russ, Halfback; D. H. Jcjhnson. Hallb.iLk, my Richardson, Halfback. Semiid row: Jim Hodgens, Fullback; Donald York, Gcialkeeper; jiihn C ' urreni, Fullback. SOCCER SCOREBOARD Appal lie hi. in App.ilachian .Appalachian Appalachian Appalachian N. C. State 9 Davidson 2 K n College 3 Warren Wilson 6 UNC 1 Appalachian 1 Appalachian .Appalachian .Appalachian Appalachian .Appalachian Pfeiffer Belmont . hbcy Duke Lynchburg . . . Furman Bie ard Coach DeGroat ojrcs a few ' nislriiciious. Hff j M y Ready for action. Gerry Francis John DoBB-i Paul Reynolds Wayne Duncan 1964-65 BASKETBALL Joe Hailey James Wilcox Tony Gray Wayne Ayers Harold Walter The Big Five. Coach Bob Light produced the " surprise team ' ' of the Carolinas Conference as the 1964-65 Light Brigade turned in a 15-8 season to finish in a tie for third in the league. The Mountaineer roundballers were not even picked to finish in the first division in pre-season polls. Tony Gray sparked the ball club ' s defense as did Gerry Francis and Paul Reynolds. Duncan carried the scoring load but was helped by outside shooting from Wilcox and inside scoring by Hailey and Gray. The Brigade sported an undefeated season on the home court, but found the going rougher on the road. Jack Lytton, Aishtant Coach: Bob Light, Conch Coming throtisji! f rsf row. Wayne Avers, Don Sitton, James Wilcox, Clerry Fran- cis, Paul Reynolds, Olon Shuler. Second row: Jack Lytton, As- sisliidt Coach: Harold Walter, Wavne Duncan, Dann Beau- champ, John D..hhs, Ton - Gray, Joe Hailey, Bob Lisht, Coach. First row: Vinnon V ' illiams, Don Sitton, Bill Sposato. Second row: Olon Shuler, Danny Beauchamp, Terry Tipton, Richard Shepherd, Manager. n E ' ' 1 I? 1 . 84 H K ii Otk K SCOREBOARD Appalachian 61 Pfeiffer ...57 Appalachian 64 Erskine .71 Appalachian 72 iMars Hill .74 Appalachian 74 Belmont Abhcy ...61 Appalachian 59 Elon 56 Appalachian 51 Newberry 49 Appalachian 76 Hampden Sydney .66 Appalachian .. 53 Wofford 62 Appalachian , 78 Belmont Abbey 66 Appalachian . . . 95 Lenoir Rh ne 72 Appalachian .. 87 Newberry 60 Appalachian 61 Western Carolina 71 Appalachian . 85 High Point 69 Appalachian . , 62 Pfeiffer . . 64 Appalachian Appalachian 76 Catawba 57 .. 83 Atlantic Christian . . . 71 Appalachian 80 Atlantic Christian . 65 Appalachian 68 Lenoir Rh ne . . 79 Appalachian 79 Guilford 69 Appalachian , , 59 Elon 72 -Appalachian . , 68 High Point 89 Appalachian 85 Western Carolina 72 Appalachian 58 Catawba ...71 Page One Hundied inet ' ln ' n ]ut}ip-haU ' . Two points! Rehoiiiid! Piige One hhiiuhed Ninely-lhrce First row. Larry Harbin, Don Parham, Bruce Hardin. Second row. Dwight Morris, James Deaheart, John Fyre, Bill Bookout, Jim Burchette, Bill Riner, Joe Lukaszevvski, Jerry Mayhew. ThirA row. Terrell West, Don Alauldin. John Edwards, flenry Rich- bourg, Jerry Hart, Jim Richardson, Robert McLaut row. Wayne Duncan, Larr ' Hand, Sid Acker, 11 Terrv Harbin. Foiirtli 3rittaln, Appalachian ' s track squad also entered the ranks of die Appalachian " surprise teams, " winding up an average season with a second place finish in the league. Coach DeGroat did wonders with the boys and shaped them into a solid winning unit. The Apps finished second to Catawba in the championship deciding meet by only 2V2 points. Joe Lukasewski, the Harbin twins, and Larry I land sparked the Mountaineer thinclads. Henry Richbourg, Sid Acker, Jerry Hart, Jim Burchette Page One Hundred Ninetytour TRACK id dc Don Mauldin Terrell West Henry Richbourg Jamis I)i Aiii-Ain Terry Harbin Jerry Mayhew Larry Hand Page One Iliiiuhecl Ninety-five Bill Bookout Ed Winterstein llMW Iahsii One . . . two . . . three Coach Doug Crater ' s v Testlers stiffened up their schedule but managed a strong winning season with 8 wins and only 2 losses. Highlight of the season was the near shutout oF N. C. State ' s grapplers coached by a Former Appalachian great, Al Crawford. Captain Ed ' interstein helped the grappling squad draw the best crowds restling has enjoyed in se ' eral seasons. Winter- stein sur-. ' ived the season with only two losses, both com- ing in tremendous matches. Better things are in store For ne. t season with the entire starting line-up returning For the 1965-66 season. Mike Olivo D. VID VVlLLUMS Ivan Winston Page One Hundred Siiiel) Gary Brown Jl I ' .l ' .l- I) 1!KI 1 Cooperate, fellou WRESTLING 1964-65 AppaLichinn 23 Carson-Newman 7 Appalachian 25 Maryville 3 ]ipalachian 11 Eastern Kentucky 17 Vjipalachian 6 Bloomsburg State 20 Appalachian 22 Georgia Tech 6 Appalachian IS Old Dominion 14 Appalachian 14 N ' irginia 11 Appalachian 27 N. C. State 3 Appalachian 19 Milligan 9 Appalachian 19 Chattanooga 12 First row: Ivan Winston, Henry Marsh, Bill BiH)ki)Ut, Gar) Brown, Jerry Barker, Ed Winterstein. Second row. Marcus Cooke, Ron Hanbarrier, Fred Bradley, Mike Olivci, Jerry Hart Da id V ' illiams. Third row: Doug Crater, Coach; Ben Sanford, Jim Fitzpatrick, Dannv Holland. Ronald Green, Tom Huffman, Stewart Smith. W ' .imk- 1 nihrce. hie " imin ' . Jim Strange Jerry Mills Wayne Simmons Coach " Dutch " Meyer BASEBALL Appalachian 3 Appalachian 7 Appalachian 4 Appalachian 6 Appalachian Appalachian 4 Appalachian 2 .Appalachian 1 Appalachian 6 Appalachian 4 Appalachian 4 Appalachian 4 SCOREBOARD Western Carolina ... 4 Lenoir Rhvne 10 Guilford 5 Guilford 10 Elon , , , 1 I liuh Point 2 Elon 10 Newberry 5 Lenoir Rhyne 10 1 ligh Point 2 PfeifFer 11 Pfeiffer 7 Pint WW. Spencer Pocney, Fred W ' liite, Jim I.eigli, Dale Yount, Phil Bower, Jim Strange, Jim Bridges, Wayne Simmons, Roger Cumbic, Tom Wright, Al Smith. Second row. Ed McCarvcr, Milton Pruitt, Ron Sams, Don Richardson, Larry McCann, Jer- ry Mills, Bennett Gray, Jerry Green, Doug Phillips. Third row. Bill Da is, . «ii iger; Dean Robbins, Assistant Coach; Don Good- win, Norman Drye, Houston Leigh, Nick Snyder, Jerry Saunders, Joe Staub, Assistant Coacli; " Dutch " Meyer, Coach. Milton Pruitt Doug Phillip IM Leigh Jim Sides PITCHING STAFF l-irsl row: S|ienccT I ' uiivcx, I ' nm Wri lit, Assistant Coach Jcjc Staub, Jerry Saundcis, Norman Dryc. Second row. Bennett Gray, Don Goodwin, Larry McCann, Milton Pruitt. Frank Meyer ' s Mountaineer bascballcrs managed only Iwo wins out ot a twelve game slate, proving once again that baseball is not a mountain spoit. The only two wins were wrested from High Point College. Meyer ' s pitching staff suffered from poor support fielding wise, as the winning margin was often decided by errors in the out- field resulting in free extra bases. Mountaineer batters also failed to come through with needed punch. He ' s out! Page Two Hundred -- 3 -v, Eddie McArver Dale Yount Jim Bridges Jerry Green Ronald Scott BASEBALL Fred White Imn- S MiNiMR-; Houston Leigh Page Two Ilitnclrcd One GOLF TEAM Coach Francis Hoover ' s golfers emerged Appalachian ' s best athletic team, finishing with an impressive second place berth in the NAIA tournament in Fort Worth after sweeping the Carolinas Confexence and NAIA District 26 championships. ustin A. Adams repeated as conference medalist and was backed by strong play throughout the season by Willie Maples, Benjy Burnett, Jim Cottrell. Fl-.lhlHI I Willie Maples Jim Cottrell m Pnge Tiro Hundred Two In St roir: Freddie Einstein, Benji Burnett, Willie Maples, Austin AJams. Second row. Louis Gastiin, Frank Dean, Mickey Powers, Jim Cottrell, Doug Dobbins. Austin Adams Coach Francis Hoover Coach JIni Jincs, liMimie Davis, Bill Case, J. W. Isenhovvci, 1 .iti S.ittr Norman Chambers. Bob Barbera. M E N ' S TENNIS riie Goldshoro Fwi The ASTC racket squad was the only team other than the Mountaineer Golfers to fight for national honors as they dominated the Carolinas Conference and the NAIA District 26 competition, winning the right of competition in the national tourney in Kansas City. Norman Cham- bers and company came near to a national championship, but had to settle for a third in the nation finish. Chambers finished his second consecutive season undefeated in regular competition. Consistent play from Bob Barbera. new-comer Bill Case, and J. W. Isenhour enabled the netters to boa st uncontested supremacy in the Carolinas league. Pnge Tiro Hundred Four Larrv Satterfield J. W. IsENHOWER Appalachian 6 Appalachian . 5 Appalachian 2 Appalachian 6 Appalachian 8 Appalachian 2 Appalachian 6 Appalachian 8 Appalachian 6 Appalachian 6 Appalachian 9 Appalachian 6 Appalachian . , . 7 Appalachian . . . . 6 Appalachian 1 Appalachian 1 Appalachian 6 Appalachian . .. 5 SCOREBOARD Erskine 3 Georgia Southern 3 Amherst 5 Mercer 3 Oglethorpe 1 Wake Forest 7 Western Carolina 1 East Tennessee 1 Western Carolina 1 Wofford 3 North Georgia Guilford 1 Atlantic Christian Erskine 3 Carson-Ncwinan 8 Davidson 6 High Point PFcittcr 2 Norman Chambers Ronnie Davis Pase Tii ' o llniidrcd Five Tommie Strickland, Amy Madison, Mary Ann Corlis, Brenda Allison, Sadie Farthing. Coach Myrna Stevens W M E N ' S TENNIS This is hoiv it ' s done! Pit e Two Ihindred S(. What ' s aoins. on? first row: Bctli lAi.liiiiscin, kath Muriluck. Sccaiid loir: Maurice GufFey, Jerry McCall, Phil Grau. Third row. Howard Murphy, John Larainy, Tom Harder. Fourlh row. Bill Case, Don Par- ham, Gary Grant. ■Appjljchian ' s swim squad started out the ' 65 season with fresh spirit fostered by coaching from Peter Fo- garassy, Hungarian graduate student and an Olympic Gold Medal v ' inner; however, the squad lacked experi- ence to produce a win this season. The season was ex- cellent experience for the years to come and the squad now is developing a nucleus of swimmers with two and ihrcc years of c ]icrience who sIkhiIcI niatcriali r some wins next season. SWIMMING Pii e Two Hundred Seven INTRAMURAL COUNCIL First roil ' : Pegg - Maners, Amy Madison, Brenda Allison, Brenda Surratt. Secnnd roiv: Cornelia Ashel, Mascot Helen Cthe dog). Nance Mocxly, Dottie Kirklcv, Sue Thompson. WOMEN ' S INTRAMURAL SPORTS Here 1 come! It ' s a Race to the Finish! Pn.ue Tiro Ihiiidred Eight Do we play golf or hasehall? Stretch! The haskethall champions! Julie Barbouk Linda Murrell Nancy Long Van Morrow Charles Bennett Barbara Duncan Sarah Church Not pictured: Herman Pritchett Kaii Brown Judy Benton Judy Stiller, Chief CHEERLEADERS Dr. John Van Noppen and Mr. Ellis G. Boatman Sponsors ifv Kay Camlin, Co-Chief IJi I kv Brown, Co-Chief MAJORETTES Katiiv Murdock, Becky Brown, Ann Murbay, Kay Camlin Be Two Hundred Lleveii ♦ Give f Hi Jiell, Apps Uow ' s this, Coach? ATHLETIC INFORMALS Our vtcii bring home the trophies. « " - — Ridiii liiiih No, Bookie, go to the fieldhouse. Come 0)1, Mountaineers! lust a minute. feUnirs! Page Two Hundred Thirteen BOOK FOUR Page Two Hundred Fifteen WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN Austin Adams Vice-President, Student Body Lynn Adkins Treasurer, Senior Class Larry Bishop State President, Phi Beta Lambda JiTDv Bower junior Counselor Sylvia Bowers Junior Marshal Toby Burleson President, Pi Omega Pi Fred Bynum Collegiate Civic Club Alice Chandler Dean ' s List Fr. nces Crabtree President, Religious Council Rudy Diamond President, Senior Class Barbara Duncan Assistant Chief Cheerleader Sadie Farthing Student Council Gerry Francis Dean ' s List Wallace Hill President, Junior Class Thurmon Hollar Chairman, Popular Programs Committee Page Two Ihuidred Sixteen AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Dan Hughes Vice-President, Industrial Arts Cluh Gloria Hutchinson Honors Day Phil Kelley Mtisic Ron Kiziah President, Chi Lambda Chi Mickey Laney Student Council Lois Parton Editor, Rhododendron Brenda Petree Student Council Emma Jane Phillips junior Marshal Terry Pope Vice-President, Senior Class Thomas Rhyne President, Appalachian Chemistry Society Dennis Saunders President, Alpha Chi Judy Stiller President, ' ernician Society Mary H. Sweatt Top Ten Scholastically Tom Turner President, Student Body Ken Vaughn Sttident Council Myra S. Warren Past President, Malh Cluh Not pictured Clarence Chapman President, Collegiate Civic Clu Guy Flynt Football Page Two Hundred Seventeen Tom Turner Mr. Appalachian Barbara Hanks Aliss Appalachian Page Two Hundred Eighteen •-.jr " I Austin Adams Must ' (duahh ' Judy Stiller Most Popular CAMPUS SUPERLATIVES Page Two Hundred Nineteen loBY Burleson Most Versatile Judy Stiller Friendliest SENIOR CLASS Larry Lawing Most Athletic Bo Tei ry Pope Most Likely to Succeed Page Tuo Hiiudred Twenty I o w I Maryanne Mascott Most Athletic Girl SUPERLATIVES Larry Harbin Most Handsome Annette Pender Most Attractix e Girl Gerry Francis Most hiteUectual Page Tu ' d Hundred ' l ' neiil one Nancy Wolfe, Raymond Evans, and James Croshavv in " A Season in Hell " San Francisco Contemporary Dancers " Who ' s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? " Presented by Richard Barr, Clinton Wilder and Sometimes, Inc. PLAYS AND PROGRAMS The Potter 1 ■- First r ni L,V,V lion Kuiah, Ann St. Aubin. ecuud luw: Kun X ' aushn, Terry Pu|k. W .ilKi.c Hill, lum I urncr. POPULAR PROGRAMS OFFICERS Thurman Hollar Chairman Jerrv Barker Treasurer Ann St. Aubin Secretary Thurman Hollar Chairman The Sereiidiphv Singers The four Peps The Lettermen The Platters Page Two Hundred Twenty-five £mda (z urrell HOMECOMING QUEEN Page Two Hundred Twenty-six h 1— »— .- Pf - " E? 9gk42| i R wnvmi . ® t ?%; 1 .-i-ai mil V: lll -:r.i -.irTl.;MiEBHi|| 3 i)n;;(;g Dorwi Displar HOMECOMING This is our Oiieen Page Two Hundred Twenty-seven Judy Benton Escorted hy Bruce Hardin Brenda Trott Escorted hy Scott Trott Hnim ' cnnnu ' j, Dauce 1964 HOMECOMING COURT Barbara Duncan Escorted hy Wayne Duncan Annette Pender Escorted hy John Ferguson Carolyn Thompson Escorted by Jerby Thompson riic Oiiccii iiiul her (. ' ourt CHRISTMAS COURT The Coroiiatioi The First Dance Piige Two Hundred Thirty Judy Stiller CHRISTMAS QUEEN CHRISTMAS COURT Lois Parton Escorted by Larry Bishop Brenda Collins Escorted by Tom Harger Page Two Hundred Thirty-tivo Barbara Hanks Escorted hy Terrell West Brenda Black Escorted hy Jim Jordan Mildred Gentry Escorted hy Don Redding Patricia Jones Escorted hy Tom TuRNEn Page Two Hundred Thirty-three Wallace Hill, Kiii i of Hearts KING OF HEARTS P !ge Two Hundred Thirty-four loBV Burleson loM lllRNKR AND HIS COURT Mike Morgan Larry Hand Page Tico Hundred Thirly-five ' i dAnnette lender MAY QUEEN Page Two Hundred Th ' irty-six Qarolyn Thompson MAID OF HONOR i A-%S Sara Phillips Senior Atteiidaiil Becky Kiser Senior Attendn)!t C ' af.i-H X 1 K Ki 1 Senior Atteiidanl 19 6 5 Puttinn on the finisliinij touches. I ' tige Tivo Hundred Thirty-eight 1964 Coronation Ball MAY COURT Vann Padgett junior Attendant Jane Davenport Junior Attendant Linda Poteat ]unior Attendant Page Two Uuniired Thirly-niiie L « 4 h M.Mn i_F,i;i L Sojyhoniort ' Attcndaiil Par,l W ' ll 1 is Snphoitiore At ten dim I BiLLiE Bollinger Freshmnn Attendant Time out for refreshments Page Two Hundred Forty The Queen and her Maid of ni) ( I I in 1 iii ' jMK K I rcshimm Atltnitunl MAY COURT Page Two Huiidred Forty-om First roir; Judy Foster, Lynn Hatley, Sara Savvey, Sylvia Bowers, Elaine Hager. Second row. Lynn Adkins, Roger Cumbie, Rose- mary Edwards, Raymond Pierce, Brenda Petree, Mary H. Sweatt. Third rmv: Hugh Henson, Joe McMurray, Pamela Brown, Judy Burgin, Emma Jane Phillips, Tecetl Rogers. Fourth row. William Eller, Jerry Mashburn, Kelly Johnson, Dan Hughes. Fifth row. David Carpenter, Rudy Diamond. JUNIOR MARSHALS Teachers we liave hecome U= dW __« b-.. H Q H ■ Pi H i 7 w4? ■ Jj ' r i VV J mtL Piige Till) lliiiulied Fortytwo The heo ' iuuino of the end The last big step The road to the future Page Tii ' o llniuln;! rmty three STUDENT LIFE... Page Tiro Hundred Forty-four I ' age Two Hiiinhcd Forty-six Page Two Hundred Forly-scvcn SENIOR STATISTICS 2. . ACUFF, JAMES HERBERT Rt. 7. Morgantnn, N. C. Socio! SliLlifs . Cliil) 1. 2, 3; ColleKiate Civic Cltil) ADAMS, AUSTfN ALFRED Boone, N. C. Business Education Vice President of Student Body 4; Student Council 4 (Judiciao- 4); Golf Team 1, 2 3. 4; Carolina Conference and District 26 NAIA Golf Champion 2. 3; NAIA Golf All American (First Team 1. Second Team 3); Chi Lambda Chi 3, 4 (Executive Council 4); Homecoming Parade Marshal 3; Pi Omega Pi 3. 4; Phi Beta Lambda 3. 4 (North Carolina " Mr. Future Business Executive " 3); Collegiate Civic Club ' ' 3 4 (Treasurer 2, President 3); Dean ' s List; School Council 4; Chief Junior Marshal 3; Cheerleader Selection Committee 4; Who s Whn .(iiiuiig SduiciKs ill American Vniverslttes ,ni,l Cnlhfivs 4. ADKINS, CAROLYNN LYNNETTE IS l!u,t;.in,K Dm., (.avm illc. S. C. I, Mill ' U.nl.ninc Home EconcniK. C h.l. 1. 2 3, 4; Wesley Foun- dation 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Recognition Day 1, 2; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; House Council 1; Alpha Chi 3, 4; Junior Marshal 3; National Education Association 4; Class Treasurer 4; Who ' s Who Among Stndents in America,, V„, versifies and Colleges 4. ADKINS, LINDA LEE King. N. C. English French Club 1: House Council 2: National Ed Asm. ALBERT, SONDRA ELIZABETH 1112 W.invKk liM.i.l, ll.i.l.l..iitKld. N. J. Rhowwendhon StjH 1, 2. 3. 4; Plii Bel.i Lamlv da 2, 3, 4; Women ' s C;lec Club 3. 4; National Education Association 3, 4. ALLISON, BRENDA CAROL 295 Statesville Am,. M. m xille, N. C. Phr ic.d IJ,unl,.,„ House Council 3. 4; W mm n .Athletic Asso- ciation 1, 2. 3, 4; l„lr,,ii.ui,,ls 1. 2, 3, 4; Inlraiiunal Council 4; Varsitv Basketball 2, 3; V.usiix nil,. I. .ill I. 2, 3; Girls ' Varsity Tennis 3; siu.lrni r,isulent Association 3; National LdiK.ilii.n ssni lation 4; LTndergraduate As- sistanl in I ' lnsical Education Department 3. ALLISON, SYLVIA REBECCA 10(14 Sih Ave.. Hickory. N. C. Klciiu ' iilnrv Ediicntioi! National Education Association 3; Dean ' s List. ALLRED, ELSIE ELAINE 1427 Carolyn Dr.. Charlotte, N. C. Elementary Edticntioii House Council 1. 4 (Secretary 4); Intramurals 1; Flying Fish 3; Young Women ' s Christian Association 3; Floor Representative 4. ALLRED, SAMMY LEE Route 2. Ilamptonville. N. C. Riisiiicss Educnlioi. . National Education Association 3; Student Resi- dence Association 3, 4; President of Justice Hall 3, 4; Dean ' s List. ALLRED, ZEDENA ANN 305 llniii. vMiii.l I ,nir. Lexington, N. C. I ' MiiMii I .(iicntioH National l.liK.tiMm s. ciation 3, 4; Associa- tion of Childl. .111.1 l.iiK.ition 4. ANDERSON, BARBARA GRAHAM 315 South Cluster St., Gastonia. N. C. Mathematics Dean ' s List I- Intramurals 1, 3; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 2, .3, 4)- Young Women ' s Christian Association 4; Math Club 4; House Council 4. ANGELL, DAVID MITCHELL Route 3. Mocksville. N. C. BioloKV and General Science ,al F,dncati,.n , .s.,ciati.,n 3. 4; Highland 3, V. iig I). ' ARNOLD, JAMES CLIFTON, JR. 211 Norman St., Wayncsville, N. C. Mtisic Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4; Orchestra I, 2; Chorale 1, 2. 3, 4; Baptist Student Union Choir I. 2, 4 (Director 2. 4); Men ' s Chorus 3, 4 (!:)irecliir 4 " ). ARROWOOD, DOROTHY ANN Route 1, Nebo, N. C. Library Science National Education Association 3. 4; Library Science Club 2, 3, 4 (Publicity 4). ATKINS, JOHNNY WAYNE R.iulc 1. Dobson, N. C. Business Education Basketball Intramurals 1. 2, 3. 4: Softball In- tramurals 1, 2, 3. 4; National Education As- sociation. AULTMAN, BRENDA ELAINE 415 Fifth Street, N.W., Hickory, N. C. Bnsincss Education Baptist Student Union 1; National Education Association 2, 3, 4; Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3, 4 (Historian 3): Dean ' s List 3. AYERS, WAYNE HOUSTON 950 Habersham Dr., Charlotte, N. C. Physical Edt,cation and Social Studies Intramurals 2; Basketball 1, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3. BACON, BRONWEN ANN 111 Highland Rd.. Brevard, N. C. Biology National Education Association 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 3. BARNETTE, SUSAN EVERETT 2210 Sharon Rd., Charlotte. N. C. E!ementarv Education Freshman Assembly Chairman, House Council, National Education .Association; Flying Fish, Young Women ' s Christian Association (Treas- urerl. BAILEY, CAROLYN CLEVENGER Black Mountain. N. C. Social Studies Transfer from Montreal Anderson College; Na- tional Educatior ■ ■ " BAILEY, MARTHA Route 1, Spruce Pine, N. C. Transfer from Gardner-Webb Junior Ckdlege: National Education Association 4; Phi Beta Lamlula 4; ' csley Foundation 4. BARNEY, MARY LOUISE t, Hillside Drive. Lexington. N. C. Eiiineiilary Edncalinn BARBER, SYLVIA ANNE King, N. C. Eiciuentarv E.lnc.ilii.u National Education Association 1; ernician Society I. BARKER, JAMES DELANO Lansing, N. C. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club. BEAM, MARY JANE Route 2. Bessemer Citv. N. C. Elcncnta, Edncatin,, Transfer from Brevard Tuni.ir CYdlegc; House Council 3; Women ' s Cdee Club. BEATY, EVELYN SUE A cst Trade Street. Dallas. N. C. Bio ogy Nali.mal Education ssocijti,.n 3, BEAVER, ALOMA YVONNE Route 2. Mooresville, N. C. Lihrary Science Library Science Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4 " ); Rhododendron Staff 3, 4; House Council 2; Dean ' s List 3, 4. Club 2. 3. 4; Dean ' s List; M.iplisl Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Coun- selor 3; Literary Society 3; National Education Association 3, 4. BECKETT, JOSEPH JOHN Route 1, Rehobath Beach. Del. Physical Education Tr.insfer from Weslev College; Football 3, 4; Men ' s " A " Club; Intramurals. BEOWELL, BARBARA NEAL Independence, ' a. Prinlarv Education House Council 1; Women ' s Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 2, 3, 4; Rhoixjdenbron Staff I, 2. 3, 4 (Class Editor 4); National Education .Asso- ciation 3, 4. BELK. JOE T. 523 First Avenue S W , lli.k.iry, N. C. EIcni.oiMM Up,. . ion Intramurals 1, 2; , .ilion.,l 1 .location Associa- tion 4; Young Rcpul.licjn, Club 3, 4. BELL, WALTER HENRY Box 9, Denmark, S. C. P!irsicn; Education Transfer from Preslnterian lunior College; In- tramurals; Weslev Foundation. Transfer from Lees McRae College; Bantisi Student Union 3, 4 (Vice-President 3; Trail Editor 4; Touring Choir 3, 4); Cheerleader 3, 4; French Club 3. 4. BEROTH, WALTER WINFIELD Route 8, Box 157, Winston-Salem, N. C. Business Educatioti BISHOP, JOHN LARRY 1314 Pinccroft Roa.l. C;rcensboro, N. C. Unsiiuv J .i.ication Collegiate Civics Club .3. 4 (Secretary 4); Phi Beta Lambda 3, 4 (Parliamentarian 3, 4, Slate President 4); National Education Association 3; Delta Beta Sigma 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in Anierican Universities and Col- leges 4; Student Council 4 (Summer Session. Judiciary Board); Transfer from Wingate Junior College. BLACK, BRENDA KAY 1033 West li.uli Sii.ri, ( li.iil.itte, N. C. I!llsln,ss ; .IlKilMo,, Phi Beta Lamlxla I, 2. V 4; ernician Society 3, 4 (Publicity Co-Chairman 4); Rhododen- dron 3; National Education Association 3, 4; Christmas Court 4. BLACKMON, RONALD ASHLEY 1932 Cliffwood Pl.ite, Charlotte, N. C. BLAIR, MARION FRANCES Route 1, Stem, N. C. Elenicntarv Education Debating; Newman Club; Religious Council (Secretary); Association of Childhood Educa- tion; National Education .Association. BLAKE, GAIL JANETTE R.iutc -!. Mt. (.il.M.l. . C. J-(.-,„ci, „M r,lH.,il.on Transfer from Mars llill C oIIckc; Dean ' s List; iNatiimal Educational Association. BODENHEIMER, SANDRA GAIL 7473 Wellington Road. Norfolk, ' a. Elcnentary Education National Education Association 3, 4; Vernician Society 3, 4; A ' oung Women ' s Christian Asso- ciation 2, 3 (President 3); Chi Lambda Chi 3; Dean ' s List 3. BOOTH, HARRY PEGRAM 2112 A ' ail Avenue, Charlotte, N. C. Music Marching Band 1, 2, 3; Concert Band 1, 2. 3; Wind Ensemble 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Chorus 3; Dance Band 1, 2, 3; M.E.N.C. 3, 4. BORDER, NANCY ELIZABETH 201 McKinkv Aieiuie, I 1, mover. Pa. 17, 11, ..,,(.11, rd,u.:tu,„ Transfer from rcrruni C oil. gc; N.ilional Kduca tion .Association; Dorm -Assistant. BOST, BRENDA LEE 1208 Bel-Aire Avenue, Kannapolis, N. C. Elementary Education Mav Court 1; Christmas Court 2; Homecoming Court 4; House Council 2, 4; Dean ' s List; ' ernician Society 2, 4 (Elected Vice-President); Elected Vice-President of New Dorm; Women ' s CUee Club 2, 3; A ' oung Women ' s Christian Association 1, 2 (Vice-President 2); Queen of Clubs 2; Rhododendron Staff 2; NaUonal Educational Association 4. BOST INA KATHRYN 249 N. Oak Street, Statesville, N. C. As; 4. BOWERS, EMMA JANE Peachland, N. C. Primary Education Transfer from Wingate Junior College; National Education Association 3. 4; Art Guild 4. BOWERS, SYLVIA KAY Route 3, Albemarle, N. C. Engiisit French Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3); Pi Delta Phi 3, 4 (President 4); Dean ' s List; Alpha Chi 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Junior iMarshal; House Council 2; Chi Lambda Clii 4; H ho s Who Among Students in American Unlversittes and Colleges 4. BRITTAIN, MARILYN MAXINE Route 1. Connelly Springs, N. C. Elementary Education BRITTAIN, MARTHA KAY Rome 4, lli.koiN, ( ' . M,.|„cnl.ii. IJii,,ii;.n, National Edu.ati.in A milmIioi, 4; Baptist Stu- dent Union 1. 2. 4; Young Women ' s Christian Association 1. 2, 4. BROADWELL, MORRIS ELIZABETH 809 Windsor Drive, Wilmington, N. C. Elementary Education National Education .Association 3, 4; Dean ' s List; Baptist Student Union 3. 4. BROOKS, JAMES THOMAS, JR. Roberts Street. Marion, N. C. Appalachian Debating Union 4; Pi Kappa Delta 4; Dean ' s List 3, 4. Page Two Humlrctl Forty-eight Bii Erf Intramurals 2; Baptist Student Union 2, 3, 4 (Council 4). BROOKS, WILLIAM NELSON Route 4. Shelbv, X. C. Binlogy Intramurals 1. 2. 3; Beta Beta Beta 2. 3. 4; Highland Biologists 2. 3. 4; Student Residence Association 3. BROOKSHIRE, CLAYTON H. Stanley, N. C. Bi.si.ie.M Erfiication BROOKSHIRE, JOHN NELSON, JR. East King Street, Boone, N. C. Eletnetitary Education National Education Association 2, 3, 4 (Presi- dent 3); Chi Lambda Chi 3. BROWDER, JO OAYVAULT Boone, N. C. ElcmeuUiry EdULatkm Transfer from High Point College. BROWN, GILMA ELIZABETH Route 2, Boone. X. C. Spanish aud English National Education Association 3. 4; Spanish Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Sigma Delta Pi 3, 4; Rhodo- dendron Staff 1. BROWN, GROVER FRANKLIN Boonville. N. C. Socin! Sliirfi« Transfer from Oak Ridge Junior College; Intra- murals 3, 4; Dean ' s List. BROWN, MARY ANNE Winston-Salem, N. C. E.rg!ish National Education Associatron 3, 4; Hhodo- DE.VDRON Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Appalac iiim 1, 2; Women ' s Glee Club 3, 4; Summer Choir 4; Dean ' s List 4. BROWN, PAMELA ANN Route 3, .Muor.svillc. X. C. £„g!is;i Library Science Club 1; Spanish Club 1; Na- tional Education Association 3; Alpha Lambda Sigma 3; Dean ' s List I, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Recognition Dav 1; Junior Marshal; Alpha Chi 3. 4. BROYHILL, MYRTLE RUTH Route 1, Millers Creek, X. C. Elcmrulary Education National Education Association 3; Intramurals 1. Association of Childhood Education 3. 4; Na- tional Education Association 4; Women ' s Glee Club 3. Xation.i: lAiiK.itiMii ssociation 3. 4. BULLINGTON, WANDA LOU Route 1, Pilot .Mountain, N. C. Music Baptist Student LInion 1, 2; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3); Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Glee Cluh I; Marching Band 3, 4: Concert Band 3. 4; Band Chib 3, 4. BUNCH, BONNIE MAE Route 2, Xew London, N. C. Business Edllcalioii Wesley Foundation 1, 2; Phi Beta Lambda 3, 4; National Education Association 3, 4; House Council 3. BURGE, AMY JO Route 1, Pilot Mountain, N. C. SocinI Sliirfies Transfer from Berea College; H Council 4. BURGIN, JUDITH ANN 1515 Leach Street. Marion. N. C. Elcmmlarv Education National Education .Association 4; Junior Mar- shal 3; Alpha Chi 4. BURLESON, TOBY ROGER Route 3, Albemarle, N. C. Business Education Pi Omega Pi 3, 4 (President 4); Chorale 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1. 2. 3. 4 rPresident 4): Men ' s Chorus 2, 3, -4; IM.m r. .Iters 1. 2 (Historian 2); National Mihium,, vM,tiation 3, 4; WTio ' s Who AmmiR Slu,Uiit m Anifrican Universities and Colleges -i, tin L.inil)da Chi 4; Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3, 4 ( icc President 4, State Par- liamentarian 4); French Club 1; Collegiate Jazz Society 4; Executive Council 4. BURNS, PHILLIP LEE HoLil. ' 2. N ' .ilckse, N. C. Malhi-niutics Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3. BUSH, MARY H. 202 A ' oodsway Lane. Lenoir, N. C. Priiiinrv Erfitcn(io»t Transfer from East Carohna College. BYERS, MARY FRANCES Route 2, Boone, N. C. E(ctnentarv Education Xati.inal Education Association 3, 4. CABLE, MARY EDNA M.ui.in, X. C. Business Education Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4. CALDWELL, JULIA SHERRILL Route 1, SherrUl ' s Ford, N. C. Mathematics i, 3, 4; Women ' s . thletic Asso- 4; Math Club 2; Marching Band 1, 2; Baptist Student Union 2. CAMPBELL, CLARENCE LUTHER Route 3, Forest Cit -, N. C. Social Sttidies International Relations Club 3; Baptist Student Union 3, 4 (Council 4, Sunday School Super- intendent 4). CAMPBELL, DORIS SHAW Route 2, Maiden. X. C. Primirrv Educali„n Young Republicans Club I; X.ilional Education Association 3. CAMPBELL, RUTH KATHRYN Route 1, Salisbury, N. C. Physical Education Young Women ' s Auxiliary 1, 2, 3, 4 ( ice- President 1); Baptist Student Union 2, 3, 4 (Sunday School President 3, Council 4, Tour- ing Choir 2, 3, 4); Spanish Club 2; Play- craftcrs 2, 3, 4; House Council 1, 3. 4; Stu- dent Residence .-Association 4; Women ' s .Vthletic .Association 2, 3, 4; Intramurals; National Edu- cation .Association. CANIPE, STEPHEN THOMAS 2831 Lomond Street, Winston-Salem, N. C. Biolofiy Collegiate Jazz Society; Valiants. CANNON, JoANN Route 2, Connelly Springs, N, C. Business Edtuatioti Pi Omega Pi 2; Dauph Blan Vice-President; Student Residence Association 1; Baptist Stu- dent Union 1. CAPPS, JANICE GARRIS Route 1. Asheiille. X. ( . Mulhcmatic ' . Transfer from Weslciil (al.iliii.. College. CARDWELL, BILL FRANKLIN Route 1. Wilkesboro. X. C. Soci.il Studies National Education Association 4; Baptist Stu- dent Union 2, 3; Young Republicans Club 2. CARLTON, BONNIE ANNE Twin Oak Drive, Winston Salem, N. C. Social Stiifiies National Education Association 4; Women ' s Glee Club 3. CARPENTER, DAVID TROY, JR. 2IW S. LIm Street, ( herryville, X. C. Mathcniatic ' . Junior .Marsha! 3; .Math Club 4; I ransfcr Irom Brevard Junior College. CARPENTER, SARAH B. 405 East " H " Street, Envin, N. C. Primary Education National Education Association 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List; House Ciouncil 1. CARR, RAMONA GAIL 2216 Westover Drive,. Palatka, Fla. Elementary Education Transfer from Tennessee Pohtechiiic Institute; National Education Associ.ilion 4. CARROLL, JEREL OEAN 410 W. King Street, B.ione, .X. C. Elcmeiil.irv Education Band 1; Xational Education Association 3. 4. CARSON, NADINE SPENCER 1400 W. 50th Street, Norfolk, Va. Elementary Education Xational Education Association 3, 4; .Appalach- ian Women ' s Club 3, 4; Dean ' s List. CARTER, BARBARA Lansing, X. C. Sociiil Siiu ics Y ' oung Democrats Club 2, 3, 4 ( Secictary 3); National Education .Association 3. CARTER, JOANNE LUCILE 128 Virginia Avenue, Ashevillc, N. C. Mm ie.ii ilics Flying Fish 1; Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4. CARTER, NONA JEAN Route 1, Thomasville, N. C, Elementary Education Young Democrats Club 2; National Education -Association 3, 4. CARUSO, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH 908 Tar ia .A enue, ' aldese, N. C. EHglislt A ' omen ' s Athletic Association; National Edu- cation .Association; Literary Society; French Club; .Association of Childhood Education; Appalachian. CASEY, SAMUEL BOWDEN Rockv Point. N. C. lathematics Alpha Chi 3, 4; Intramurals 3. 4; Transfer from Wilmingu.n College. CHANDLER, ALICE GAIL 648 Sand HUl Road, Asheville, N. C. Business Education National Education Association 2. 3. 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4 (Secretar ' 4); Junior Counselor 3; Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3, 4 (First PI.k.-, Si,,te P,B.L. Spelling Contest 2, Secret. iin 4 ; W . st minster Fellowship 1; Student sMM.n.t m Alumni Office 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4. CHANDLER, LINDA JANE 303 Elizabeth Avenue, Forest Citv, N. C. Social Sliirfies College Theatre 3; Canterhui Club 4; Na- tional Education .Associatitm 3. 4. CHAPMAN, BARBARA ANN Mocks ille, X. C. E t " i.-iil,ir, Fdncation Xational Lduciti.ni Association 4. CHAPMAN, REBECCA ANN Route 3, Morganton, N. C. English ' omen ' s Intramurals 2; Junior Counselor 3; A,.,.al„t)ii„.. 3. CHISHOLM, BRENDA JOYCE Route I. Lexington. N. C. P iysiea( Education National Education .Association 3. 4; Women ' s .Athletic .Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Executive Coun cil 2, 3. 4, Reporter 4); Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4 (Manager 4); Varsity Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; X ' arsity Volleyball 2, 3, 4. CHOW, ANNA CHING-CHUNG 49 Mondoso, Nishinomiya. Hyogo, Japan Transfer from .Montrcat-. nderson College; .Malh Club 4. CHRISAWN, CYNTHIA ANN Route 5, Burnsville, N. C. Elementary Education Wesley Foundation 3; Drill Team 3; Ap- palachian Staff 4; National Education Associa- tion 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 4. CHRISTY, JAMES BROWN Route 1, Kannapolis, X. C. Biology Inti CHURCH, GLORIA JEANNE Route 10, Fort Worth, Texas Elctiieiitary Education A ' esley Foundation; Junior Marshal; National Education Association; Choir; Women ' s Glee Club; Dean ' s List, CHURCH, JUDY FERGUSON 306 E. Harper Street, Lenoir, N, C. Chr 3; Na- CRYSEL, KENNETH ALLEN Route 1, W ilkesboro, N. C. Library Science Library Science Club 2, 3, 4; Young Demo- crats Club 2 (First Vice-President 2); Dean ' s List 2, 3. CLARK, MAXINE VICKIE Bessemer City, N. C. Business Education Transfer from Central Wesleyan College; House Council 2, 3; Phi Beta Lambda 3, 4; National Education Association 3. CLAYTON, DOUGLAS RAY 406 Bro.nl Slreit. Roxhoro, N. C. ;!lls R■ s i:dn,ation Phi Beta Lambd., 2. 3. 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4, CLINE, JUDY PRESTWOOD 210 West Ashe Avenue, Lenoir, N. C. Elementary Erfiicalioii Xational Education Association 3; Xorth Caro- lina Education Association 3; Young Women ' s C hristian .Association 3. CLINE, NORMA JEAN Route 2, C laremont, X. C. E iM„„l,n, lulucalion Westminster Fellovvsbip 1. 2, 3, 4; Heligi..us Council 2. 4; Library Science Club 3, 4; Na- tional Education .Association 3, 4. COBLE, JAMES THOMAS 354 Seventeenth St., Northwest, Hickor -, N. C. Social Studies Intramurals 1, 2. CONRAD, CHARLES WILLIAM 3909 Graccmont Hriie. Winston S.ilem, N. C. Page Tti ' O Hundred Fony-iihie COLLINS, BRENDA SUE 100 High Street, Draper, N. C. Business Education Transfer frcim Averett College; National Edu- cation Association 3. 4; Phi Beta Lambda 3, 4; Christmas Court 4. COOKE, WILLIAM MARCUS Route 1, Box 18, Boone, N. C. Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans Club 3, 4 (President 3); Chi Lambda Chi 3; Westminster Fellowship 1. 2, 3; Men ' s A Club 4; Boy Scouts 1, 2, 3; Var- souvianna 1. COOPER, MARIO VINCENT 27 Harrington Avenue, Greenville, S. C. Social Studies CORDELL, PEGGY JEAN 217 West First Street, Newton, N. C. Social Studies Baptist Student Union I. 3; Modern Dance 2; Spanish Cluh 1. CORLIS, MARYANN CHRISTINE 292 Ocean Avenue, Northport, N. Y. Physical EdwcflfioH Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Volleyball Team 3, 4; W ' omen ' s " Tennis Team 1, 3, 4; Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Na- tional Education Association 4; Newman Club I, 2. CDRRIHER, EVERETTE FEEZOR R.iute I. Ml. IHl.i, N. C. Mullirilultu Iiur,inuli.iis 1, 2, 1; .,li..n.d Lducalion Asso- CRABTREE, FRANCES MAGALENE Route 2, Hurdle Mills, N. C. Eiemei.luM IJlu,.no.l National Education ss,„,,it„.„ 3, 4 (Secre- tary 4): Y ' oung Wiinun ' s Chiistian Association 1, 2. 3 (Officer 3 ■; Religious Council 3, 4 (Officer 3, President 4); Senior Class Secre- tary; College Choir 3, 4; Women ' s Glee Club 3, 4 (Vice-President 3, 4); Vernician Society 4; House Council 1, 3, 4 (Secretary 1); Dean ' s List 3; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges CRADDOCK, NANCY SMITH Library Science Library Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 4 ; Student Council (S. SO; House Council 4; Young Women ' s Christian Association 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 4; National Education .As- sociation 3, 4; Dean ' s List. CRAIG, DOUGLAS ARTHUR 119 East Chestnut Street, Lincolnton. N. C. Mitsic Marching Band 1, 2, 3; Men ' s Chorus 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Appatones 1, 2, 3; Lutheran Student Association 1; Orchestra 1, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 3; Music Education 1, 2, 3, 4. CRAYTON, THOMAS NELSON 1053 Scdgcficld Road, Charlotte 9, N. C. Social Studies Dean ' s List 3; V.mng Republicans Club 2. 3, 4. CROUSE, ROBERT DALE Route 2, Sparta, N. C. Sncial Studies Chess Cluh 1; Student Citizenship Association 3; Intramural Basketball 1. 2. CUMBIE, ROGER LEE 1732 Bell- Morrow Drive, Gastonia, N. C. Transfer from Bre a " rd Junior College; Baseball 3, 4; Spanish Club 3. 4 (Treasurer 3); Sigma Delta Pi; Junior Marshal 3. CUMMINGS, JUDY LEE Route 1, Apex, N. C. Physical Education National Education Association 3, 4; North Carolina Education Association 3, 4; Flying Fish 3; Modem Dance 2, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4; Women ' s .Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Program Chairman 2, 3, Reporter 3); Young Women ' s Christian .Association 2; Student Resi- dence .Association 3. CURTIS, FRANK PARKER, JR. 703 HendrLx Street, Elkin. N. C. Plivsicnl Ed.icotion Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 2); Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 2; Varsity Soccer 3; Collegiate Civic Club 4; Na- tional Education Association 4. DAGES, LEE VINCENT, JR. Box 57. Newland, N. C. ImiMslriid .Arts Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2. DALE, MARTHA JANE Route 1, Box 203, Canton, N. C. Primary Edttcation Band 1, 2, 3; WomeW ' s Glee Club 3. 4 (Presi dent 4); Playcrafters 1, 2; Baptist Student Union 1. 2. 3; Modern Dance 4; National Education .Association 4; Collegiate Jazz So- ciety 4. DALTON, MARY RITA Route I, Lincolnton, N. C. Elementary Edttcation al Education Association 3, 4; North la Education .Association 3, 4. DALY, ROBERT PATRICK Punch Bowl Road, Convent. N. J. Iiislriime.ila! Music Education Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Orchestra; Newman Club. DANCY, GLENN, III Hays, N. C. Business EdiicniioH Phi Beta Lambda 2; National Education Asso- ciation 3, 4. DAVIS, BILLY JOE 908 Logan Street, Shelby, N. C. Pdvsica! Education Transfer from Gardner-Webb; Intramurals 3, 4. DAVIS, ETHEL Route 4, Ruthertordton, N. C. Biology National Education .Association; Coed of the Month; Intramural Bowling; Young Women ' s Christian Association. DAVIS, JOEY PATRICIA 2614 Fort Street, Charlotte 5, N. C. Primary Education Rhododendron 3, 4; National Education .Asso- ciation 3. 4; Women ' s Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Dean ' s List 3. DAVIS, ROY, JR. Box 434, Cornelius, N. C. Library Science Sophomore Assembly Committee 2; Cheerleader 2; Men ' s Chorus 2; National Education .Asso elation 3, 4; Collegiate Civic Club 3, 4 (Secre- tary 3); Student Council 3; Delta Beta Sigma 4; Library Science Cluh 3, 4. DAVIS, THANNA BLACK Route 2, Box 84, Burnsville. N. C. English National Education .Association 3; Appaluchiuu Flome Economics Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Nation. il Education Association 3, 4; House Council 3; Rhoix)DENDROiX 4; Dean ' s List 3. DAVIS, WILLIAM MORGAN War, W. Va. Social Studies Alpha Chi 3. 4. DAYE, JOHN GREER P. O. Box 554, Drexel. N. C. Physical Education and Social Studies arsity Football 1, 2, 3; Sophimiore Class ice President; Student Council 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; National Education .Association 4. DEAL, SANDRA LEE 1 1 1 Woodland Drive, Boone, N. C. English Appalachian 3. 4 (Circulation Manager 3); College Choir 2. DEAN, THOMAS FRANKLIN 114 X. Picdmonl Aic. Koii;-. M.iunlain, N. C. Bi.-o.css- ;,I.K.;li..i: C;olf Team 1, 2, 3, 4. Edu National Educ Assoc DEREY, MARSHA DEANE Route 3, Box 54, .Marion. N. C. E eiiieHfury Education National Education Association 3, 4; Young Women ' s Christian Association 3; Band 1, 2; House Council 3; Dean ' s List 3; Association of Childhood Education 2. 3, 4. DIAMOND, RUDY 602 Pearl Street, Fayettevillc, N. C. Social Stttdies President of Senior Class; Treasurer of Fresh- man Class; Student Council 2, 3. 4; Chi Lamb- da Chi 4 (Executive Council); Dean ' s List I, 2. 3. 4; Who ' s WTio Selection Committee 2; Young Democrats Club 2; IVJio ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4; Student Council 4; Chief Junior Marshal 3; Inter-Class Officers Council 4; Popular Pro grams Committee 4 (Chairman 4j. DINKINS, JOHN WAYNE Route 2. YadkinviUe, N. C. .llatfienintics Appalachian Staff 3, 4; Rhododenoron 3. 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4. DIXON, JERRY HUGH P. O. Box 97, Wingate. N. C. i ' J(t( iej in(ics Transfer from Wingate Junior College. DOAN, WILLIAM HAROLD Route 3, Burnsville, N. C. Elementary Edttcation Transfer from Berea College. DOBBS, JOHN WARDELL, JR. 401 West Seventh Avenue, Gastonia. N. C. Mathematics Basketball I, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s A Club 2, 3, 4; Math Club 4; Intramurals 3. OOSTER, RALPH LYNN Route 1. Box 358 A, Pinevillc. N. C. Business Edllcofioil Phi Bn.i LinnbJ,,. DOTSON, BETTY MARTHA (oiite 1, HlowinK Ruck, . C. EfcppK ' ulun i:diu.in,,u DOUB, SANDRA CAROL Route 1, Tob-inMiille. , C. Elementary FduLdli,,,, North Carolina Education .Association 4; Na- tional Education Association 4; Honor Teach- ing 4. DOUGAN, CAROLYN IRENE Rnute I. licsscnut titv, N. ( . (.oi;c i: r,„„,i,Rs Christian .Association 2, 3 (Secretary 2); Library Science Club 4; Dean ' s List; Junior Counselor 3; Religious Council 3. DUNCAN, BARBARA DEAL Route 2. 1!.. SI . Lciinir, N. C. Engl, si, u,:d l,h,u,y S.,cnce Clicerleader 2, 3, 4 (,lreasurer 3, Assistant Chief 4); Vernician Society 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice- President 2, President 3); Chi Lambda Chi 3; Appalachian Staff 1; Women ' s Athletic .Asso- ciation 1; National Education Association. 4; Rhododendron Princess 1; Homecoming Court 3. 4; House Council 1; Debating Union 1; lido ' s Who Atnong Students in American Uni- versities and Colleges 4; Undergraduate Assist- ant in English IX-p.irtmcnt 4. DUNCAN, LINDA DELANE Route 2, .Monroe, . . C. Primary Educatiott Baptist Student Union 1; Intramurals 3; Na- tional Education Association 3, 4. DUNCAN, WAYNE DAY 1323 Aspen Slncl. D.onillc, Virginia PIllM,., l l,UU,,.,„ Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4 i Ml C;ir.ilinas Conference 2. 3, All District 26 2. 3. M T on Team 2, ,M ' P Spindale Tournament 3, Captain of Team 3, CcvCaptain of Team 4); Men ' s A Club I, 2. 3, 4 (Sergeant-at-Arms); Track 3, 4. Music Marching Band 1. 2, 3; Concert Band 1. 2. 3; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wind Ensemble 4; Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Chorus 2, 3, 4 (President 2, 3); M.E.N.C. 2, 3, 4; Chi Lamb- da Chi 2, 3; Student Council 3, 4. DURHAM, MARTHA WOOD 8548 E. 18th Street. Tuscon. Ariz. Primary Edttcation National Education .Association 3, 4; Fh ing Fish 2, 3; Christmas Court 2; Canterbury Club 3, 4. DUVALL, RAYMOND JACKSON West JeHers(jn. N. C. English ■iransfer from Brevard Junior College. Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Alpha Chi 3, 4; Baptist Student Union I, 2; Dean ' s List 1. 2, 3; Junior Marshal 3. List 3. EADS, ORA WILBERT, JR. 143 S. Gregg Street, Charlotte 8, N. C. Social Stttdies Dean ' s List; Political Science Club 2, 3: Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Appalachian 2, 3; College Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 4; International Relations Club 2. 3, 4. EAKER, LINDA INEZ Route 1, Cherry ville, N. C. Physical Edttcation A ' ornen ' s -Athletic .Association; Wesley Foun- EARLEY, FAY HORACE Box 31, Bustic. . C. Mathematics EDWARDS, ROMONA DIANN Route 2. Union Mills. . C . Home Ecoio.mav Home Economics Club 1, 2. 3; National Edu- Page Tivo HiDiilretl Fifty „ EdM- Phi Beta Lambda 1; Pi Omega Pi 2. i. •»; Alpha Chi i. 4 (Treasurer 3, Secretary 4); Junior Marshal 3; National Education Associa tion 3, 4; Dean ' s List 2, 3. 4. EIDSON, CHARLOTTE REBECCA 803 Carolyn Avenue. Kannapolis, N. C. English National Education Association 1, 2, 3; Ap- palachian 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3. ELLER, VELLA FAYE Route I. Hays. N. C. Ele-itientarv Edttcathni Baptist Student Union I, 3. 4 CTouring Choir 1. 3, 4); National Education Association 3. 4. ELLER, WILLIAM FRASER Wa rens Ue, N. C. Pinsica! Erfucntron Transfer from Lees McRae; Junior Marshal. ELLINGTON, JUDY E. 308 West Second Street, Chenrville, N. C. Btisiness Education National Education Association 2, 3, 4 (Social Chairman 4); Flying Fish 1; Cheerleader 1. 2, 3 (Secretary 2); Vernician Society 3, 4i Phi Beta Lambda 1; Rhododentjron 3. ELLIOTT, DORIS JEAN Route 3, Box 96, Marion, N. C. Spanish Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4 (Executive Council 2; Choir 3. 4); Playcrafters 1. 2. 3. 4 (Historian 3. Vice-President 4); Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Historian 3, Secretary 4); Library Science Club; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4 (Business Manager 4); Chi Lambda Chi 4. National Education Association 3. 4. ENSLEY, SYBIL JESSUP 3585 Milhaven Road. Winston-Salem, N. C. Eleinetitary Education ERWIN, TOMMY EUGENE 47 Memory Lane, Asheville, N. C. AlatJi matics Math Club (President) 2, 3, 4; National Edu- cation Association 3, 4; Rhoiwdendron 3. 4; Young Republicans Club; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Dean ' s List. FARTHING, SARA ESTHUR Route 4. Mebane. X. C Physical Educaliini Student Council 4; School Council 4; Women s Athletic Association 1. 2, 3. 4; House C ' unuil 1; Dorm Vice-President 3; Student RcsidcMci Association 3. 4 (President 4); Chi Lantbd;i Chi 4; National Education Association 3; Who ' s Who Among Stttdents itt American Universities and Colleges 4; Women ' s Tennis Team 3. FAUCETTE, MARY ISLA Route 4. Box 256. Mebane. N. C. Elementary Education Young Democrats Club 2. 3 (Second icc- Prcsidcnt 3); National Education Association 3, 4. FERGUSON, CAROLE ELIZABETH Route 1, Rural Hall, N. C. Social Stitdies Pi C;amma Mu 2. 3, 4; Wesley Foundation I, 2, 3. 4; Women ' s Glee Club 2. 3; House Council 1; National Education Association 4; Undergraduate Assistant 4. FERGUSON, JOHN EDWIN Box 451. Roxboro, N. C. Physical Education and BioloKy Men ' s A Club 2, 3, 4; Intramurals I. 2. 3; Swimming Team 1, 2; Soccer 2. 3, 4; Gym- nastics Club 4; National Education . ssocia tion 4. FLEMING, PATRICIA ANN Route 1, Woodleaf, N. C. English Transfer from Bryan College; National Etiuca tion Association 3. 4; Appalachian Staff 4; Young Democrats Club 4. FOLTZ, ELIZABETH ANN Route 4. Winston-Salem. N. C. Elementary Education House Council 1. 2, 3; Modern Dance Club I, 2. 3 (Secretary. Treasurer); Drill Team 2; Women ' s Glee Club 2. 3. FORTNER, PERBIE BRUCE Route 2. Bryson City. N. C. Sfjciai StuiJics National Education Association. FOSTER, JUDITH ANN Route 1, Carthage, N. C. Elementary Education RHODODENDnoN 3. 4; Alpha Chi 3. 4 (Treas- urer 4); Junior Marshal 3; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3. 4; National Education Association 3, 4. FOSTER, LORETTA LEE Route 3. Kemersville. N. C. Elementary Education Transfer from Gardner-Webb Junior College; Women ' s Glee Club 4; Weslev Foundation 4; National Education Association 3. 4. FOSTER, MARJORIE GAIL 1026 Avon dale Rd.. Asheboro, N. C. English . . Dean ' s List; National Education Association. FRANCIS, GERRY L. 4510 South 4th St., , rlington, Va. Mathematics Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s A Club (Treasurer); Who ' s- Who Among Students in Americatl Universities and Colleges. FRAZIER, MARVIE DIAN Princess Beauty Shop. Trinity, N. C. Elemeiitiirv Education Rhododendron; National Education Associa- FRAZIER, NANCY JANE Route 3. Box 159. Granite Falls, N. C. Elementary Education FROST, ELSIE MAE 2102 Princess PI. Dr.. Wilmington. N. C. Health and Physical Education Transfer from Wilmington College; President Dauph Blan 4; Intramurals 3. 4; Undergraduate .Assistant in P. E. 3. 4; Women ' s Athletic .•Association 3. 4 (Vice-President 4); National Education .Association 4; Student Residence As sociation 3. 4 (Secretary 4). FULBRIGHT, MERI RUTH Route 1, Newton. N. C. Young Democrats Club; Phi Beta Lambda; Na tional Education .Association. FULBRIGHT, SYLVIA CHRISTINE Route 1, Box 45, Newton, N. C. English Young Republicans Club (Recording Secrelaiy 3); Appalachian 4; Women ' s Intramurals 4; National Education Association. FUNDERBURK, HENRY MOSER Funderburk Milling Co.. Monroe. N. C. ElcmeHlnrv f, ,i..»lo„ Pholographv Staff 3; lr,,nst,, In.,,, W mg.Uc Junicir College; Association fo, C lul.lliood Idu cation 3. 4; National Edus.iUoo Assoo.ition 3. 4. FURR, MARGARET ANN 222 North 8th St., Albemarle, N. C. Elementary Education ssoti.ition of Childhood Education 2; RiioDO- niNonoN I. 2. 3; Dean ' s List 3, 4; National Iducation Association 2, 3; Young Women ' s Christian . ssociation 2. 3 (Tre.isurer 3). GAITHER, GERALD HENDERSON 901 McLaughlin St.. StatesviUe. N. C. Social Studies Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3, 4; Dean ' s List 3; International Relations Club 4; Transfer from Mitchell College; National Education As- sociation 4. GARLAND, CAROLE EUNICE Box 44. Robbinsville. N. V. liusitKSS Education and Social Studies Phi Beta Lambda; National Educati.m Associa- GENTRY, MARGARET LOIS Route 1, Todd, N. C. Transfer from Montreal Anderson Jr. Clollege; National Education .Association 3, 4. GENTRY, NANCY MILDRED Route 4, Mount Air ' , N. C. Mathematics Baptist Student Union 1. 2, 3, 4 (President Junior Council I, Social Chairman 2, Vice- President 3); President of East Hall 3; Student Council 4 (Corresponding Secretary 4); School Council 4; Executive Council 4; Popular Pro- grams Committee 4; Christmas Court 4; Coed of the Month 4; Basketball Intramurals 1; Dean ' s List 1. 3; B. S. U. Touring Choir 3, 4; Student Residence -Association 3. GILLESPIE, GRACIA TERRELL 887 Thomas Barbour Dr., Eau Gallic, Fla. Elementary Education GILREATH, PATRICIA LEE 419 West Graham St., Shelby, N. C. Elementary Education Baptist Student Union 1, 2; Choir 2; Glee Club 3, 4; National Education As.sociation 3, 4; Honor Teaching 4. GLASCOE, DONNIS CAROLYN Route 4. Shelbv, N. C. Elementary Erilicalioii Baptist Student Union 1, 2. 3. 4 (B. S. U. Executive Council 3); National Education .-Ys- sociation 3; French Club 1. 2; Rhododendron 3, 4; Appalachian 2; House Council 3. GLENN, MARGARET CAROLYN 207 Junaluska Road, Boone, N. C. Business Education Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3, 4 (Historian 4); Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4; Alpha Chi 3, 4; National Education .Association 3. 4; Westminster Fellow- ship I. 2. 3. 4; Rhododendron 1. 2. 3. 4; Dean ' s List 1. 2. 3, 4. GOLDEN, OPAL MAE State Road, N. C. Elenientarv Edtication House Council 2. 3; National Education Asso- ciation 3; Baptist Student LInion 1. GRAY, ANTONY IRVIN 7430 Old Battle Gr., Baltimore 22, Md. Physical Education Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; Intramurals 2, 3. 4; Newman Club 4. GRAY, GEORGE BENNETT 291 Bethel St.. Morganton, N. C, Social Studies and Economics Wrestling 1; Intramurals 1, 2; Baseball 3. 4; Senior Counselor 4; Dean ' s List; National Edu- cation .Association 4. GRAYBEAL, THOMAS CARLYLE Gravson. N. C. Physical Education liur.iniui.ds 4; National Education Association 4. GRAYSON, CAROLYN HANKINS Route 4, Box 333, Shelby, N. C. Elementary Edtication Transfer from Gardner-Webb; National Edu- cation .Association 3. 4; Dean ' s List 3, 4. GREEN, BILLIE SUE Route 1, Ramseur, N. C. French and English Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4. GREENE, FRANKIE BRASWELL 4S BNtd St.. Concord. N. C. English Transfer from Broward County Jr. tlollegc, University of .Arizona. Charlotte College; Intra- murals; National Education Association 3. GREENE, MINNIE BROOKS Route 3, Box 663, Raleigh, N. C. Lihrary Science Transfer from Chowan; Library Science tlub 3, 4; Baptist Student Union (Hostess Libra rian 4). GREENE, PHYLLIS LEE Route 2, Box 1124, Spruce Pine, N. C. Primary Education Transfer from Brevard Jr. College; National Education Association 4; Association of Child- hood Education 4. GRIFFIN, DIANA SUE Route 1. Wingate, N. C:. Elementary Edncotion National Education .Association 3. 4. GRIFFIN, JERRY MICHAEL Route 3, Box 65, Forest City, N. C. Music College Band I, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2. 3. 4; Chorale 2, 3; Men ' s Chorus 2, 3. 4; College Choir I, 2. GRIFFIN, JOHN EARL 516 South iMendenhall St.. Greensboro, N. C ' . Industrial Arts Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3; American Industrial .Arts .Association 1, 2, 3, 4. GRIFFIN, JOYCE GERALDINE Route 3. Box 225-A. Wadcsboro. N. C. Elemenfarv Education Transfer from Wingate Jr. College; National Education .-Yssociation 3, 4. GRIFFIN, MARION CLAUDE, JR. Route 2. Marshville, N. C. Social Studies Transfer from Wingate Junior College. GRIGG, STEPHEN CHAUNCEY 712 West lliii Si., Slulby, N. C. GROGAN, VIRGINIA MAY 5924 LansiuK Dinr. liarlotte, N. C. ijirsouss- Idnculion Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3. 4 (Reporter 3); House Council 4; National Education Association 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); Women ' s .Athletic Associa- tion 1. Page Tivo Hundred Fifly-one GRUETTE, E. NEAL 50 Clifton A c., Asheville, N. C. Mathematics Math Club; Dean ' s List; Transfer fiuin Mar! Hill and Asheville Biltmore. GUFFEY, LINDA LEE 123 Rock Rci.. Rutherfonlton, N. C. Elcmclury Fdnc.ilion Colk-KC Choir I. 1. V; 11,, use Council 2; Na tional lukic.iti,,!! vs,,t i,iti,,n 2. 3. GULLEOGE, NORMA JEAN Route 1, U-.itlesboro, N. C. HenUli mill I ' hyihal Education Certified : Biology NBA 2. i. 4; House Council 2. 3; Women ' s Athletic Association 2. 3, 4; Modern Dance Club 4; Inltioininil Sports 1. 2, 3. 4; Under- graduate Assistant n I ' liysical Education 3. HAGER, JUDY ELAINE Box 8, Alexis, N. C. Biologv Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4; Alnha Chi 3, 4; High land Biologists 2, 3. 4; Junior Marshal 3. HAGLER, ROBERT TODD 1243 Pinecrest Ave., Charlotte, N. C. Bi(S()iL ' s,« Education Dean ' s List; Pi Omega Pi; National Education Association. HAILEY, JOE T. Foutc 4. Rox 498. MatthcHS, N. C. hiduslrUd Arts Industrial Arts Club (Treas. 3, 4); Men ' s A Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Raskelball 1, 2. 3, 4. College Orchestra 2. 3. 4; Men ' s C liorus 3; Concert Band 1, 2. i. 4- inj 1 iisembic 4- M.E.N. C. 3, 4; .M.iuliios; Band I. 2. 3. HANKS, BARBARA ELIZABETH 1934 Vend..ver Hd., Charlotte, N. C. HASTINGS, CHRISTINE KATIE 220 2nd Ave.. N. E., Lenoir, N. C. Elementary Education Transfer from Mars Hill; National Education A: • • Flc E, m HARBIN, LARRY RONALD 117 Simmins St.. Anderson, S. C. Physical Education Football I, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Track 1. 2. 3, 4; Baseball 1; Men ' s A Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Transfer fr.,m ( ..irihut W ebb: Basketball -!. oIIcn b.ill i; Libr.ir 3, 4; Nati,,ii,,l lduiali,,n . ss,„ HARMON. JOE BILL Roule 2. il.is. N. C. Malhvmatics Math Club 3, 4. HANCOCK, LILLIE IRENE Vesta, Va. Biology Wesley Foundation 3, 4; Beta Beta Beta 3, 4; Alpha Chi 3, 4; National Education Asso- ciation 4. HARRIS, GLORIA JEAN 2()9 V.AWv St,. l,inKd,.n, Va. I ' In.ual td,„.,l,u„ ,i,ul i..„,.d Studies Modern Dance Club iSecretarN and Treasurer); Women ' s Athletic .Association; National Edu- cation Association. HARRIS, JUDITH LEE Route 2, Box 85, Bumsville, N. C. French and English Pi Delta Phi 3, 4; French Club 4; National Education Association 3. HARRIS, NANCY ELLEN 3807 Friendly Road, Greensboro, N. C. Priiiii.rv Education Association of Childhood Education 2, 3, 4 (Publicity Chairman 2, Secretary 3); Dean ' s List 2, 3. 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2; Na- tional Education Association 2, 3, 4. HARRIS, PATRICIA LEE 5 West Main Street, Valdese, N. C. Elenientarv Edttcation House CouncU 1; De.nn ' s List 1. 2. 3, 4; Bap- tist Student Union I; National Education .- sso- ciation 4. HARRIS, WANDA JEAN Route 4, Box 85, Mebane, N. C. BiisiiiCSS Education Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3, 4; National Education HARTSELL, PATRICK ALLEN Route 1. Box 148, Mount HoUy, N. C. Business Eriiicatioii Football 1, 3. 4; Men ' s A Club. HARWOOO, ROGER LEE Route 1. New London, N. C. Industrial Arts HASTY, LORA KAREN Box 68, Norwood. . C. fler.ieiKnry F,)mc,i| o„ HATLEY, LILLIAN MORRIS Route 2. Albein.uie. . (. . rrcnci, rrencb Club 3. 4; Junior . l;uslKd 3; Pi Delui Pbi 3. 4; . lpha Chi 3. 4; National E.lucalion -Association 3. HEDRICK, DALE FRANK Route I. Demon. . C. l ' lnsic il luhu,:ti„„ HELMS, GLORIA ANN Route I. Rox 544-A. Mt. I lolly, N. C. HciMeijtnrv Eiiiicntion Student Residence Association 1. 2. 3; Dean ' s List; ice President. East H.ill; House Council. HELMS, WILLIAM CARTER 3129 Carol Ave., (b.ololte. . C. cal Educal,,,,, itball HEMBY, PEGGY ALICE Rome 2. M.ittbiMs. . C. Physical liducatiou Transfer from Wingate Jr. College; Varsity X ' ollcyball Team 3; Intramurals 3, 4; National Education A.ssociation 4; Women ' s Athletic .Association 3. HENDERSON, GLEEN FRED 227 Ashemore . ve.. 1 Icndersonville, N. C. Biofofiv Ei ii ' ice President of Freshman Moor 1; In 1; Flying Fish 2. 3, 4 (Secretary 3, Vice- President 4); Phi Beta Lambda 3; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Dean ' s List; Jr. Counselor 3; Student Residence Association I; Women ' s Athletic As- sociation 1, 2; National Education . ssoeialion 3. HENDRICK, BETTY ANN Route 6, Box 21, Shelby, N. C. Elemciiliirv Ediicatioit National Education Association 3, 4. HENSON, JAMES HUGH Route 1, Rmberlordl.,]!. , . C. Mathcuialics Junior Alaislud; . l..th Club 4; Intramurals 3. HESTER, MARTHA LOUISE Route 5, Shelby, N. C. Elcmeiilnrv Ediicut op! HICE, RICHARD L. Route 1, Box 227, Valdese, N. C. Social Studies Intramurals. HILDEBRAN, KENNETH WAYNE Box 240. Route 3. Conover, N. C. Mathematics Student Help I. 2. 3, 4. HINES, FRIEDA SUE Route 1, Rmberfi.rdton. N. C. B.isbiess .hu,a„,„ Scholastic Recogniti,,n I; W i slev Foundation 2. 3, 4; Phi Beta L.mil.il.i 1. 3. 4; Pi Omega Pi 4; National Education . ssosiation 4. HILL, BETTY JEAN 2025 Henson Rd., Asheboro, N. C. Social Studies A ' oung Republicans 1, 2, 3, 4 (Corresponding Secretary, Recording Secretary, Vice-President, V ' estern Liaison Officer); College Council; House Council 3; National Education .Asso- ciation 4. HILL, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH 209 Peacock Ave.. Fexington, N. C. HILL, CLARENCE WHITLEY Route 2, Smithfield. N. C. itdiistrin! Arts Industrial Arts Club 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 3. 4 (Vice-President 4); Delegate to Na- tional AIAA Convention 3; National Education -Association 4; American Industrial Arts Asso- HILL, HENRY WHITMORE 123 Huger St., Cheraw. S. C. Elementary Hiinciilio.i Transfer from Vingate College; Intramurals 3, 4. HILL, RONALD FRANKLIN 1600 N. Allen St., Charlotte, N. C. Music College Orchestra 2, 3. 4; College Choir 1. 2. 3, 4; Director of Men ' s Chorus 3; Men ' s Chorus 2. 3, 4. HODGES, MARK WAITSEL 335 E. King St., Boone, N. C. BMsiwess EdHcfltioti Transfer from Wake Forest College. HODGIN, BOB GENE 1745 Raleigb 11,1-. slul.,,ro. N. C. I,ulusl,n,l -Ir-ls Transfer from Au,k.,u ( ..llcKe; Indus;rial Arts Club 2, 3. 4; Baptist Student Union 2, 3, 4; Collegiate Civic I lub 4. HOKE, SHIRLEY MARIE 32 North Fainiew Dr., Lenoir, N. C. French and English Glee Club 2; French Club 4; Young Demo- crats Club 4. HOLBROOK, MARY JOYCE Route 1, Box 151, Traphill, N. C. Beta Beta Beta 2. 3; Chemistrv Club 2- Junior Marshal 3; Deans Fist I. 2. 3; Modern D.ance 2. HOOKER, BRENOA GAYLE 301 B.ilbuir ve.. -Asheboro. N. C. I ' .M„.„, Iducation Wesley F,,u,„l-,i„,n I; IVan ' s List 1. 2, 3, 4; Association ,,l tlnl,ii„i,,d Education 2, 3. 4; National Fduc.,l„,n ss,,ciation 2. 3. 4. HOWELL, ARNOLD MARVIN Rome 3. Greer, S. C. Social Studies HOWELL, CAROLYN FRANCES 5407 Martin Dr. S. E., Washington 21, D. C. English French Club 2; Appalachian 3; Women ' s Chorus 2; .Alpha Lambda Sigma (Secretary 3); Wesley Foundation I. 2. 3. 4; Undergraduate .Assistant EnRlish Department 3; - mcrican Speech Asso- HOWELL, MARTHA ANN Route I, Box 212, Concord, N. C. Hotne Economics Home Economics Club 3, 4; National Education .Association 4. HOWELL, MARY ALICE 525 Railroad - e-. Rutherfordton. N. C. Flcmcular. Education Choir; Junior Marshal; National Education As- sociatiim 3. 4. HOYLE, JENNY LYNN 616 W. Graham St., Shelby, N. C. Elementary Education National Education Associati,)n 4. HUDSON, JUDITH 0. 1383 E. Colonial Dr., Salisbur -, N. C. Home Economics ' Home Economics Club 2. 3, 4; Religious Coun- cil 2, 3; Wesley Foundation I. 2. 3. 4. HUGHES, JAMES DANIEL 415 Hillcrest Dr., Greensboro, N. C. Jiiriiisfrio( Arts Indusin-,1 rts Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 3); b M-,rsb.,l 3; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; Wlin Ji,. ii,.„ig Students in American Uni- versilus ,n,.l C.llegcs. HUGHES, NANCY CAROLYN 2 Box 171, Bakersville, N. C. Ele Edu HUMPHREY, ALETHEA ANN Route 2. Box 108, Gold Hill, N. C. Priimirv Editcrttion Transfer from Mars I ' lill; Baptist Student Union 3, 4; National Education Association 3, 4. HUNEYCUTT, CAROLE BLAKE Route 2, Box 178, New London, N. C. Home Economics Dean ' s List; Dorm President 1; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans Club 2; Student Residence .Association 1; Glee Club 1, 2; National Education Association 3, 4. ISENHOUR, LENORA JONES 257 3rd .Ave. S.E., Hickoo " , N. C. Home Economics Home Economics Club; National Education As- JACKSON, JOHN DWIGHT Route 4, Boone, N. C. P ivsicid Eriiiciifioii Wrestling 3, 4; Intramurals 3. 4; Transfer from Lees McRae College. JARVIS, IRMA RIDDLE Box 187, Crossnore. N. C. PriiiiBry Educiitioi. National Education .Associatian. JENKINS, MILDRED Route I, Jonesville. N. C. Eiiglisli and Library Science JENKINS, RAY BEAM, JR. 103 Bates Ave., Cherryvdle. N. C. Elementary Education Page Two Hitiidrcii Fifty-lwo JENKINS, REX HAL Route 0, Scalesville, N. C. Business Ethtcation Justice Hall Dorm Council 2, 3. 4; Student Council; Junior Marshal; Dean ' s List 3, 4. JOHNSON, BETTY ETTA Route 1, Box 328. Pelham, N. C. Elfmeiitan Eiliicnfioii Transfer from Stratford College. JOHNSON, D. H. 203 Blue Ridge Ave., Boone, N. C. Chemhtn Soccer 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4); Men ' s A Club 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Transfer from N. C. State; Collegiate Civic Club 2, 3, 4 (Officer 3, 4). JOHNSON, LINDA CAROLENE Route 1, Dobson, N. C. Elemetitarv Education Transfer from Mitchell College; .National Edu cali.)n Association 3, 4. JOHNSON, MARY SUE Route I, East Bend, N. C. Priniorv Education Baptist Student Union 3; Dean ' s List; National Education Association 3. 4. RuOD(U Educati 2; 1 1. .use Council 3; N ' atic JONES, ELIZABETH CAROL Box 36, Norlina, N. C. Business Education Women ' s Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4); Phi Beta Lambda 3, 4; Rhododendron 3, 4; Na- tional Education Association 3, 4. JONES, RONALD KENNEDY 106 Wachovia Arts., Winston Salem, N. C. Social Studies Men ' s Chorus 4; Soccer Team 2, 3, 4; Nation Education .Association 3, 4. JOYCE, MICHAEL E. Route 1, Madison, N. C. Eiementary Education Playcrafter 2, 3, 4 (Executive Council 3, 4): Vice-President of Dorm 2; Industrial Arts Club I; Alpha Psi Omega 4; National Education Association. KATES, M. LUCY 207 Avery Avenue, Morganton, N. C. French Club I; Phi Beta Lambda 2. 3; National Education Association 3. KEENER, JULIA CAROLYN Box 252, Boger City, N. C. Elementary Education Association of Childhood Education 2; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Rhododen- dron 4; Young Republicans Club 2, 4; National Education Association 4. KELLEY, PHILIP P. O. Box 460, Uhigh Acres. Ra. Music a,iU English M.E.N.C. 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Chorus 2, 3; Chorale 2, 3; Choir 3, 4; Who ' s Who Among Students Universities and Colleges 4. KENNEDY, MARGARET JANE 626 Margaret Rd.. Statcsville. N. C. KEYS, SALLY RUTH P. O. Box 825. Kannapolis. N. C. English ains;er Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Re ans Club 3. 4. 1 3. KILPATRICK, RONALD LEE Route 1. Box 241, Marble. N. C. Business Edttcution Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3. 4; National Education Association 3. 4; Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3. 4. KING, E. FORD 502 Grand Blvd.. Boone. N. C. Mulhematus C olicuialf t ivies C lol 1. 4. KISER, REBECCA CATHERINE 210 Whisnant Street. Shelb , N. C. Elementary Education Transfer from Gardner- Webb; Christmas Court 3; Mav Court 3; National Education Associa tion 3, 4. KIZIAH, RONALD LEE Route 3. Box 151. llickorv. N. C. Business Education Chi Lambda Chi 3. 4 (Executive Council, President 4); Phi Beta Lambda 2. 3, 4 (Presi- dent 4); Collegiate Civic Club 3, 4; Cheer- leader Selection Committee 4; Student Hand- book Committee 4; Popular Programs Commit- tee 4: Intramural Softball; Weslev Foundation 2; Dean ' s List 3; Collegiate Jazz Society; Na- tional Education Association 3, 4; Who ' s Who Among Stttdeuts ir Colleges 4. KLUTTZ, MARGARET ADAMS Route 1. Bunnlcxel, N. (. . £ eiiiep.t.ir Ed,u.ui,m Westminster Fellowship 2. 3; I louse Council 1: National Education Association 2. 3. KNIGHT, KENNETH B. 652 6th Ave. PI.. N.W.. Hickory, N. C. Spanish Spanish Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Chi LaniKla Chi 3; Language Laboratory . ssistant 2. 3. 4. KURFEES, ELEANOR MARIE Route 4, Mocksville, N. C. Business Edtication National Education Association 4. LAMB, DOUGLAS R,.U1C 1. CIlCMUC. S. C. Huiiiu:s I JlU,,li„l, Intramurals 1. 2. 3. 4; ll.iptiM Student Union 1, 2. LANEY, J. WALT 102 Forest Hills Dr., Monroe. N. C. Industrial Arts Delegate to AI. A Convention 3, 4; American Industrial Arts Association 3, 4; National F.du cjition Association 3, 4. LANEY, MICKEY WAYNE R(.ute 1. Maiden. N. C. Mathematic-. and Physical Education Student Council 4; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Collegiate Civic Club 3, 4 (Vice President 4); Who ' s M io Among Stu- nirersities and Colleges, Ba LAWSON, MARSHA LYNN Route I, Box 201, Glen Allen, Richmond, ' a. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3, 4); .Mcxlern Dance Club 4; American Industrial Arts .Association 2. 3. 4; N. C. Industrial Arts Association 4; Nali..nal Filucation Association 4. LAWS, PAL AUTRY Route 1, Box 34.S, Elk Park. N. C. Social Sluiiies (Executive Officer) Baptist Sludcnl Union. LEDFORD, BRUCE RANOEL Route 4. Bakersville, N. C:. Social Studies LeFEVER, ROBERT L. 100 Brantley Circle, High Point. N. C. Band; Orchestra; M.E.N.C; Collegiate Ja ciety; .Appatimcs. De 3; Na .li LdUL LEWIS, ELIZABETH JOSEPHINE 2y Center Street. Cooleemee. N. C. I ' ;,vs;c il F.dicniioii Intramur.ils; II. .use Council 1 Sccrclarx ,, White Hall); Wumcn ' s liiletic Assnci;ili " n. LINEBERGER, ROBBIE LAFAY 116 E. .Monroe Street, Salisbury, N. C. Biology Highland Biologist 3, 4 (Secretary -Treasurer 3); Appalachian (Picture Manager 1, 2 , De- bating 2; Rhodode.ndron 3, 4; Deiui ' s List 2, 3; .National Education Association 3. 4. LITAKER, JOHN McCLURE Box 3. Mt. Pleasanl. . C:. Jl„ ;i„-sv Idiualio,, LITTLE, Joanne Box 33, Jefferson, N. C. Music c;lee Club 2; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; College Choir 3, 4; iM.E.N.C. 2, 3, 4. LITTLEFIELD, JACK WILLIAM Route 1, VVoiKlruff, S. C. E e»ie»(itry Education National Education Association 4. LOCH, LAURA SMITH 411 Gregson Street, Durham, N. C. Elementary Education and Social Studies Flying Fish 1, 2, 4; Modern Dance Club 1, 2, 4; Homecoming Committee 1; Drill Team I; Choir 3; RnorxjoE .vdron 1; iVationai Fdu- cariim Association 4. LONG, ROBERT PRESTON W. Church Street, Cherrvville, N. C. Alusic Band 1, 2. 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2. 3; Dance Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Collegiate Ja Society 4; Ambassadors. LONG, TALLY CURTIS 443 South Union Street, Concord, N. C. Plnsic.il E.lTicnIioii Wrestling 3; " A " Club 3. 4; Transfer from W ' ingate College. LODKABILL, CAROL JANICE Route :, Hmmiu. . C. Elcm.nl.n I ' dtuulion National Educatioo . ..c,.,tu.n 3, 4; North Carolina liducation .Usocialion 3, 4. LOWERY, KAYE GOFORTH Route 6, Shelby, N. C. Business Education House Council 2, 3; Phi Beta Lambda 3; Appalachian 3, 4 (Business Manager 4); Dean ' s list 3. LOVETTE, ANDREW MITCHELL 2244 Liila Street. Winston Salem. N. C. Soci i( Studies and Physical Educatinn LYTTON, GENEVA MYERS Route 6. Box 525. Salishurv, N. C. Physical Education Marching Band 1, 2. 3 (.Secretary 2); Women ' s Athletic Association 4. MADISON, AMY JO Box 255. I,,,ncstoun. N. C. Plns cr, r.huuliial Women ' s Athletii .mh i,,ii. n I, 2, 3, 4 (Vice- President 3); W.iiiuns iou.imurals 1, 2, 3, 4 (Intramural Alaii.mcr 4); Intramural Assist ant 3, 4; Chi L.iinlida Chi 3; Varsity Volleyball 1; Varsitv Masketball 2; Varsity Tennis 2, 3; Student . ssistant 2. 3. 4. MAGNESS, MARGARET ANNE M.iute 1. Box 555, Sbelbv. N. C. Social Studies ' Program C:bairnian of Lovill; Playcrafters 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Science Club 1, 2; Baptist Student Union 1, 2 (Touring Choir 1, 2); doling Women ' s Christian .Association 1, 2. MARMORA, JOHN FRANCIS 46 Indian Avenue, Derby, Conn. Social Studies .vinan Club I, 2, 3, 4; Religious Council 2. MASCOTT, MARYANNE 137 Col.ir SiuHl. llao.,v.,. c v K-rsey Plns:,al I dncalaai and lh.,l,,iit -aiiuii,.l ; Mn,Ml CUil. Secretary, Pub- t h.itnnin . rn!cian Society; Majorette; i II ! t lu lls I ' .i eant; Ciymnastics Club; Athletic Associa- ■il). Music Marching Band 1, 2, 3; Concert Baiul 1, 3, 4; Wind Ensemble 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Chorus 2, 3; .Appatones 3; .Alpha Chi 3. 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Marshal 3. MATLOCK, ROM LEE lloutc 1. Box 25, TaylorsviUe, N. C. Physical Education and Mathematics liilranuirals 2, 3; Junior M.irshal 3; Dean ' s I isi I. 2. 3; Young Democrats Club 2, 3, 4. N.iliiilKil l.,lii.,itiim Asvici.iti.in (. MAULOIN, DON EDWARD 224 ortb Broone Street. AllK-marle. N. C. Physical Education Football I, 2, 3, 4; I rack 1. 2, 3. 4; " A " Club 2. 3. 4. MAY, JULIA GRACE West Jelferscm, N. C. J.ilirurv Science Libriirv Science Club 1, 2, 3; Baptist Student Page Two Hundred Fifty-three McARVER, WJLLIAM EDWARD Ri.ute 4, Bux 514, Chailotte, . C. Physical Education Transfer from Elon and Charlotte College; Baseball 3, 4; Men ' s " A " Club 4; Intramurals 3, 4. McCLUNEY, CALMAY GAIL Route 1. Rutherfordton, N. C. Home Economics Home Economics Club I. 2, 3, 4 (Secretarv 1; Projects Chairman 3); Intramurals 1; Junior Marshal 3; Dean ' s List 1. 2. 3. 4; Weslev ri.undalinn 3. 4. Mcdonald, nancy lee )41 West Main Street. Forest City. N. C. Primary Edtlcatimi House President 3: Chi Lambda Chi 3; House Council 1, 2 (Treasurer 2); Association of Childhood Education 2, 3, 4 fPresident i " ): Student Residence Association 3; National Edu- cation Association 4. McGUIRT, BILLIE ANNE Route 5. B,, s:(,. Mnnr.ie, N. C. Bms „,s. I.lncaluii, Bowlin.; IntramuraK 3; Uumcn ' s Glee Club 4: Transfer from WniBale Jr. College; National Education Association 4; Young Democrats Club 3, 4 (Secretary 4). Mcintosh, thomas dean Sotss Avenue, Riirn sx illc. N. C:. Lillicwal,c-. Appalachian Mathem.itics Club 3, 4; Dean ' s List; National Education Association. McKELVEY, ROGER DEAN 124 Hendrix Street, High Point. N. C. Plivsico) Edii McKINNEY, CAROL JEAN 1220 North Main Street, Salisbury, N. C. EU-me,il„ry EJ,u.,li„„ „,„( Sfi.vi.J F. iu.ili..,, II. .use CmuikII . M,„lfrn l)..iu, I W , si, l..uiul.,li,,ii I. 4. ,,ii,,n,d l-duLuti.ii, ss,„L.,n,,i 4; Ass,„iati„n of (.hiidhn.Hl EJucli.!,, 4 I ' ol, lieitv Chairman 4 i. Mcknight, james howaro Route I, Hoonville, N. C. Biology Highland Biologist Club; National Elucalior .Association. Mclaughlin, robert duncan Route ], I ll,i,.;h.im. S. C. ) ' )n , I Ju,ul„,„ Tr.inslei Fnim WiriKale; I...,iImII 3, 4; Tiail, McMillan, nancy carol Crumpler. N. C. Flem,;,lciry Educalio,, ,ili,,nal Education Association 3. 4. McMURRY, JOSEPH CROWELL Route 4. Boone. N. C. Social Studies Junior Marshal. McNEELY, WAYNE DOUGLAS H2 Lane Sueet. Morganton, . C. English Spanish tiuh 1; uuuK Renublicans Club 3. 4 (President 31; Appalachi.iti 3, 4. McNEAIL, EDITH MILDRED Lansing. N. C. Business E iiic rtio,i House Council (Secretary 3); RnoDonn 2; National Education Association 3. McLEAN, CHARLES EDWARD 11)3 Hillside 1 .me. Lenoir, N. C. J.;,liislr;,il Arts Industrial .Arts Club 1. 2, 3, 4 fTieasurer 3 President 4); Chi Lambda Chi 3; W (,,. U ),,, Among Students in American V, i, ,,:■.,,,, . „„ I Colleges 4; .American Industrial its ss,n,. tion 1, 2, 3, 4; North Carolina InduMn.,] Viis Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Collegiate Civic Chd 3, 4; Student Council 4. McLEAN, RANDY EUGENE Route 3, Gastonia, N. C. Business Edttcation National Education .Association 3. 4; Intramurals McRARY, MAX VERNON Route 1. C.ranite Falls. N. C:. .Soci.d Sliidies Transfer from U ' ingate College; Intramurals MEADOWS, CARROLL LOWE Route 2, Box 244-C, Asheboro, N. C. Social Studies National Education Association; Intramurals. MILES, MELVIN MARTIN Cilade ,llk■ . . . C . Rusiiu-.s id,uali„n Phi Beta Lambda 1, 2, 3. 4; College Choir 1, 2. 3, 4; Marching Band 1. 2; Baplisl Student Union 2, 3, 4. MILLER, BILLIE V. Route 5. Box 38, Lenoir, N. C. Business Education Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Young Women ' s Christian Association (President 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4); Student Residence As- sociation 3; House President 3; Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); National Educatiim Association 3, 4; N. C. Education Association 3. 4; Glee Club 2; Dean ' s List. MILLER. JIMMIE ANNE Box 587, Elkin, N. C. Social Studies MILLER, MARCIA CHANEY 37 Aurora Drive, Asheville, N C. Library Science Band; Playcrafters 2; Rhododenbron 3; Library Science I, 2, 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 1; National Education Association 4. MILLER, PRISCILLA ANN Box 220, Boone, N. C. Wesle Found.ition 4. MITCHEM, VIVIAN OIANNE i, 124. Luuell. . C. Mathematics Dean ' s List 1; House Council 1, 2, 3 (Secretary I. 2); Spanish Club 1; National Education Association 1, 2. MITCHUM, DANIEL WALLACE Route 2. Rutherfordton. N. C. Music Band; Choir; Chorale; Men ' s Chorus; Appa- tones; M.E.N. C. (President); Chi Lambda Chi; Collegiate Jazz Society; Dean ' s List; Honor Student Teaching. MOORE, KENNETH LEE Route 4. Nnitli W ilkisl,,,,,., N. C. fliud Slll, l,s C:ollege Choir 2, 3; Mens C linrus 2; National MOORE, MARGUERITE TAYLOR 4 1 2 Queen Street, Boone, N. C. MOORE, NANCY KAREN 1 1 5 Realty Street, Lenoir. N. C. Pri,H«rv Education College Band 1, 2, 3; House Council 1; Asso- ciation of Childhood Education 1, 2, 3 (Re- porter 3); National Education Association 3, 4. MORETZ, JERRY CLAUDE Route 2, Box 282, Boone, N. C. Business Education and Snci.d Studies MORGAN, JUDGE WOODROW, JR. Route I. Box 51. Oakborn. N C. .3(at),e,i,mics Transfer from Wingjte Junior College. MORRIS, JOAN BENNETT 426 Old Mill Rd., Rocky Mount, N. C. Elemeutarv Education Baptist Student LInion 3, 4; National Education Association 3, 4. MORROW, JERRY RALPH Route 1. Forest City. N. C. Induslrial Arts Transfer from Wingate Junior College. MORROW, VAN LEWIS 401 North Washington Street. Shelby, N. C. E.iglisli and Speech Transfer from Gardner-Webb Junior College; Track 3, 4; Bantist Student Union 3, 4 (Tour- ing Choir 3, 4); Playcrafters 3. 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3. 4 (X ' ice-President); Appalachian 3; arsity Cheerleader 3. 4; Chi Lambda C hi 4. MORTON, JUDY CAROL Route 1, Box 608, Albemarle, N. C. Social Studies Young Republicans Club 3, 4. Transfer from Johnson B.b ' .e College; College Choir; Young Democrats Club 4; Young Women ' s Christian .Association 4; National Education .Association 4. Transfer from Gardner-Webb Junior College; House Council 3; National Education Associa- tion 3. 4. MUNDAY, LINDA GALE Route 1, Box 209, C onover, N. C. EleiMe,it.iry Ediic.itioi. and Library Science Library Science Club 3. 4; National Education As.sociation 3. 4. MUROOCK, GILMER LETHCO 726 Stockton Street, Statesville, N. C. Ph.vsical Educutiou and Social Studies Men ' s A Club 2, 3, 4, Trainer 2, 3, 4; Fel- lowship of Christian Athletes 3, 4. MURPHY, HOWARO WILLIAM 155 Pinewood Drne. leMtloMo, 1 ' .,. Physical Edncal,,,,, and M alh, ' „uil,cs Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 1. 3, 4- Newman Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Mens A Cluh 2, 3, 4; Gym- nastic Club 4; National Education .Association 3, 4. MURRAY, MARION DIANE 321 Georgetown Road, Raleigh, N. C. Library Science House Council 1; Junior Counselor 3; Library Science Club 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Chi Lambda Chi 4; Rhododendrcin I; National Iduealion Association 3, 4. NEAL, GEORGE WILLIAM 605 Westside Drive, Lexington, N. C. Social Studies Swimming Team 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Young Republicans Club 4. NEAVE, PATTY JANE 1442 River Road, High Point, N. C. PJivsical Education Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3; National Education Asso- ciation 4; Junior Counselor 3; Appalachian 4; Women ' s -Athletic .Association 1, 2, 3, 4 (Executive Council 2;; ' arsity Volleyball 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 1. 3; AllCampus Coed; Vol- leyball 3; Women ' s ililetic Assoei.ition Honor- ary Basketball; lloosv C..iiniil 1 einician So- ciety 1, 2; Student Assistant in I ' hxsieal Edu- cation 2, 3. NECESSARY, CLARENCE HUBERT, JR. 410 Corporation Street, Wilkesboni, N. C. Social Studies atid Physical Education Intramurals 1, 2; Wrestling 2, 3; Soccer 3, 4; Tr:ick 2. NIFONG, BECKY JEANETTE Route 5, Winston Salem, N. C:. Mathematics House Council 1; Dean ' s List; .Math Club 3, 4. NIXON, GWENDOLYN Route 1, Denver. . C . Business Ediualioii National Educati.m Association. NORMAN, PATTY LOU 514 Banner Avenue, Winston-Salem, N. C. Elementary Education Baptist Student Union ' 1, 2, 3, 4 (Trail Editor 3, Historian and Religious Council Representa- tive 4); Religious Council 4; Women ' s Ath- le Educ Na -Association 3, 4; North Carolina Ed- ucation Association 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Junior Counselor 3. NORTON, LOIS JEAN 370 Park Avenue. Marion. N. C. Elementary Education Transfer from Gardner-Webb Junior College; National Education Association 3, 4; Dean ' s List 3; Appalachian 3; .Appalachian Chorale 3, 4. NORWOOD, JUDITH BURNEY Route 2. Box 151. Clarkton. N. C. English National Education Association 3. NUNALEE, JUDITH BELLE 2329 Shirley Rd., Wilmington, N. C. Elementary Education Transfer from Wilmington College; National Education -Association 3, 4. OETZMAN, JO ANN 947 Dudley Drive. Charlotte, N. C. Primary Education Transfer from Mars Hill College- Dean ' s List 3; Baptist Student Union 3, 4: National Edu- cation Association 3, 4. Women ' s Glee Club 1, 3; College Chorale 2, 3; Appalachian Svmphonv Orchestra 2, 3, 4; House Council 3; Music Educators of North Carolina 3, 4; Dean ' s List. O ' KELLEY, GENE 302 East Liberty Street, China Grove, N. C. Business Education Dorm Counselor 2. 3, 4; Junior Marshal 3; Student Council 3; Student Resident .Associa- tion 1; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; Pi Beta Lambda 3; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3. OSBORNE, ARTHUR T. Box 3. Sparta, .N. C. CJuiiiistrv Chemistry Club. OTT, DONALD WESLEY 280 Strong Rd., Victor, New ' ork Biology Transfer from Lees McRae College. Pnge Tuo Hiiu. if. F ;it-(o PANTHER, CASSANDRA MARtE 511 East Marinii Street, Shelby. X. C. Spanish House Council 1; Spanish Club 1. 2. 3. 4; Sigma Delta Pi 3. 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4; Bap list Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4. PARHAM, DONALD A. P. O. Box 6, Nathalie. " a. Physical Eilucatinn Soccer 2. 3. 4: Track 1. 2. 3. 4; Men ' s A Club 3. 4; Fellowship of Christian Athletes 3. 4; Gymnastics Club 4; Appalachimt 1; Play- crafters I. 2: jBaptist Student Union 1. 2; National Education Association 4. PHILLIPS, SARA ALICE Route 2. Box 352, Spruce Pine. X. C. Ell- Ell II PARK, GEORGE BRANTLY Box 81. Rockwell, N. C. Mathematics Math Club 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 3; Student Council 4; School Council 4; Dean ' s List 3l National Education .Association 3, 4. PARKER, LINDA JOHNSON Sparta. N. C. Elemeyilary Eibtcation PARLIER, BILLY JOE 1 12 South " C " .Avenue. Maiden. N. C. Iiui.islrin! Arts Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4; Literao ' Club 2; Delegate to National Industrial .Arts Con- vention 3; N ' CL (Historian 4). PARSONS, BEVERLY SUE 313 Dogwood Lane. Belnx.nt. N. C. College Ch( Basketball Inti PARTON, GLENDA LOIS Route 3. Box 132. Morganton, N. C. Business EdiKation Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3, 4; Chi Lambda Oii 4 (Treasurer. Executive Committee 4); Volley- ball Intramurals 2; Rhododenijro.n 2. 3, 4 (Editor 4); Student Publications Committee 4; Student Hairdbook Committee 4; Student Council 4 (Summer School Secretary. Judici- ary); .-Xssociated Collegiate Press Conference 4; Collegiate Jazz Society 4; National Educa- tion Association 3, 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in Americtm Universities and Colleges 4; Christmas Court 4. PASCHAL, SHIRLEY LUCILLE iniq Lausonville Avenue, Reidsvillc. N. C. Eli ' .iienturv Education Transfer Student; Nati.)nal Education Associa- PEARSON, JERONE DON Box 204, Wilkesboro. .N. C:. Industrial Arts Industrial .Arts Club 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1; National Education Association 3. 4; Wesley loundation 1, 2, 3, 4. PEELER, DOROTHA REYNOLDS Boiling Springs. .N. C. Elementary Education College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Summer School Stu- dent Council 2; National Education .Associa- tion 3, 4; Dean ' s List 3. PEELER, TERESA JUNE 1004 N. Poplar .Avenue. Kannapolis, N. C. Efemeiitarv Education oung Women ' s Christian Association 3; Na- tional Education .Association 4. PENDER, CYNTHIA ANNETTE 55S N. l.iM-ttcMlle Street. CLuton. N. C. S„cial Suulies Women ' s Chorus 2, . 4; ernician Society 3. 4; Dorm President 3; House Council 3; Student Residence .Association 3; National Ed- ucation Association 4; Christmas Court 3; Homecoming Court 4. PERRELL, GLORIA JEAN Route 1, Wwdleaf. N. t . Elemt ' tilar)- Education National Education Association 3, 4; West- minster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4. PETREE, BRENDA JOYCE 449 Petree Road, Winston-Salem, N. C. Edu Secretary, Sophomore Class 2; House Council 1, 2; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 3, 4; Junior Marshal 3; Dorm President 3; .Alpha Chi 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4; V ' emician Society 3, 4; Student Resi- dence Association 3; National Education .Asso- ciation 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Secretary, Student Council 3; School Council 4. Ihi tkil 2, 3. 4 (Reporter 4); Intramurals 3; Women ' s Glee Club 3, 4; Dean ' s List 1. 2, 3; Junior Marshal 3; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4 (Junior Coun- cil 1, Touring Choir 1, 2. 3, 4, Executive Council 3); Women ' s Glee Club I. 2 (Presi- dent 2); Orchestra 3, 4; Student Residence Association 1, 2 (President 2 ; Junior Coun- selor 3; National Education Association 3, 4; Class Officer 3. PHIPPS, JOE, JR. Mouth of Wilson. ' a. Iitdiistrifll Arts Industrial Arts Club 2. 3, 4 (President 4); National Education Association 3, 4; American Industrial Arts .Association 2, 3, 4; S.I.A. Na- tional Convention Delegate 2, 3; Chi Lambda Chi 4. PHIPPS, MYRTLE YOUNG Grassy Creek, N. C. Elementary Education .Association of Childhood Education 2, 3; Na- tional Education Association 4; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3; Junior Counselor 3; Dean ' s List 3; AVomen ' s Chorus 3. PITTMAN, LINORA KATHRYN 612 Hobson Road, Salisbury, N. C. Home Economics House Council 1; Religious Council 2, 3, 4; W ' eslev Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Glee Cluh 4; Home Economics Club 1. 2. 3, 4. PLOTT, NORRIS CLARENCE Route 4. Box 368, Concord, N. C. Business E iwcfltioti POJEOINEC, RONALD JOSEPH 14 Legion Place, Whippany. N. J. Music 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; .Appa 1. 2; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Choru: w-man Club 1. 2. I, Ill ' s Pi Gamma -Mu; Dean ' s List 2. 3. 4; Student Council Representative 2, 4 (Treasurer 4, Ju diciarv Council 4); School Council 4; Collegiate Civics Club 3. 4 (Membership Committee 4); ' ice-Presideiit of Senior Class; National Edu- cation -Association; ' arsit ' Football I, 2; Intra- mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in Americmi Universities and Colleges 4. POWELL, DONALD WEBSTER 4 11 F. Ridge .Avenue, Draper, N. C. Business Education POWERS, MICHAEL SCOTT 4 2K leffersun Drive. Charlotte 7, N. C. Elcme.itiirv Eiiiic.ilioii Intramural Basketball 1. 2; (.olf Team I, 2, 3. 4 (Conference Champions 1, 2, 3 i; Men ' s A Club 2. PRITCHARO, TIMOTHY FOWLER 1305 Pcacehaven Road, Winston-Salem, N. C. Social Stttdies Transfer from Georgia Tech; Football I: H;dl Counselor 3. PROFFITT, WILLIAM EDWARD Route 1, Burnsville. . C . I.iiliislrinI Arts Industrial Arts Club I, 2, 3. 4; National Edu- cation Association 3, 4; Intramural Football and Softball. PRUETT, JEWELL BROWN Box 46. Flkio. N. C . Bu iius i:.lu,,nun, Young Women ' s Christian Vss.iciation 2; Pi (Jmega Pi 4; Baptist Sliuknt Union I. 2 (1-ilitor of B.S.U. paper 2?. PRUITT, MILTON EUGENE Box 963, Rockingham. N. C. Biology Baseball 3. 4. PUTNAM, JAMES EUGENE Route 3, New Market, Tenn. iMdliStrial Arts Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Club 3, 4; National Industrial Arts Club 3, 4; North Carolina Industrial Arts C ' lub 3, 4; Delegate to National Industrial .Arts Convention 3; Math Club 1, 2; Science Club 1, 2; National Education Association 3, 4. RAGAN, THOMAS EDWARD 302 RiiWuns Street, Greensboro, N. C. Jpiilirslriiil Arts Industrial Arts Club 3, 4; Intramurals. RATLEDGE, JOHN ROBERT 52116 Catalpa Road. 1 avctteville. N. C. -Kiilliemiilic.s Cheerleader 2; National Education .Association 4; Clollegiate Civic Club 3, 4 (President 4); Math Club 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Delta Beta Sigma 4; Chi Lambda Chi 4. REAVIS, LINDA LEE 4336 Tise .Avenue, Winston-Salem, N. C. Mathematics Band 1, 2, 3; Math Club 3, 4; National Edu- cation .Association 3. 4; Dean ' s List 1; Wesley Foundation 1, 2. REESE, HERMAN LYNN Lenoir Road. Taylorsville, N. C. Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; National Edu- cation .Association 3; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3; Student Assistant Industrial Arts Department 3. 4. REID, SARA FRANCES P. O. Box 241, Hickory, ,N. C. Elementary Education National Education Association 3, 4; Women ' s Glee Club 1, 3, 4; College Choir 4; Collegiate Jazz Society 4. REYNOLDS, PAUL V. Route 1. Jonesville, N. C. Pli vsicnl Eiiiicntioi. Men ' s .A Club 2. 3, 4 (X ' ice-President 4); Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co Captain 4). RHYNE, THOMAS CROWELL Route 1, Box 250, Vale, N. C. Chemistry Student Residence .Association 2; Debating Union 1. 2; Appalachiati 3; Pi Kappa Delta 2. 3, 4; .Appalachian Chemistry Society 1, 2, 3. 4; Dean ' s List; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Who ' s Wlw Among Sdi- dents in American Universities and Colleges 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3, 4. RICHARDS, DONALD RAY S. Union Street, Concord. N. C. Music Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 3); Orchestra I; 2. 3; M.E.N.C. 1, 2, 3 (Vice-President 3); Chi Lambda Chi 3; .Appatones 3, 4; Mixed Chorus RICHARDSON, CARL CURTIS S07 Fast King Street, Boone. N. C. .lliil)i ?miilics RICHARDSON, DONNIE MAC Route 1, Indian Trail. N. C. Physical Edticalion Iransfer from Wingate College; Baseball 3. 4; Intramurals 3. 4. RICKMAN, PHILIP ALBERT Route 3, Bryson City, N. C . Social Studies National Education Association 4; Inlrannirals I. 2; Dormitory Stall 3, 4. RIDDLE, ELIZABETH Route 2. Box 1 120. Spruce Pine. N. C. French French Club 2, 3, 4; Pi Delta Phi 2. 3, 4; Baptist Student Union 1. 2. 3; Summer Choir Young Republicans Club 2. 3, 4 (Secretary- Treasurer 4); Women ' s CMee Club 3, 4; Inter- national Relations Club 4; National Education Association 3, 4. RITTER, RONALD FRED 878 Quebec Slrt-il. DciiMr, Colo. Lil.nin Siii-iiiv Transfer from Charli.tte College; Spanish Club 1. 2; Library Science Club 2. 3, 4; National Education .Association 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Dean ' s List 1. RIVES, FREDERICK CHARLES, JR. Route 2, Silverle.if lariii. Charlotte, N. C. Social ' Mil, lies Transfer from Daiic C nunls lunior College; Playcrafters 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, President 4); Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4 (President 4); Chi Lambda Chi 3, 4 (Vice-President 4); Plays 2, 3. 4; Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; National Educa- tion .Association 2; Westminster Fellowship 3, 4; Popular Programs Committee 4. ROARK, EDITH HUMPHREYS 1000 Lakeside Drive, Garner, N. C. Elementary Education Rhoix)dendron 1, 2, 3, 4; National Educatiim Association 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Baptist Stu- dent Union I. 2. -i (Touring Choir j. ROBBINS, EARL FRANKLIN Route 1. Box 88, Nebo. N. C. SocinI Studies Appalachian 3; Intramural Basketball 3; Appa lacbian Student Citizenship A.ssociation 3; Young Democrats Club 2. Page Two Uiiiiihed nflyfive ROBERSON, GEORGIA RAY R..utt- I, Ruthcrfordlcn. N. C. i ' MMt,i; Educalivu ,,u,m.,] UiKiii.n ssuciation i, 4; Women ' s ihlriK ss,K,,,i,,ii, I. 2, 3, 4 (Executive Coun- ; Iniiijiiiirals 1. 2, 3, 4; Young risii.in Association 1; House Coun- i ■il 1. ROBERSON, SUSAN HOPE l!.i f,70, Roaiiukc Rapids, N. C. I ' riman luUic.itini, National lilucalinn Ass,,cijli,.ii; Dean ' s List. ROBERTS, GLENDA SUE Hnulc S. Li.uolnlno. . C. I ' Iriuriilury l l,icalin,i ROBINSON. JUSTINA MOORE 141 Ci.lsiMik t ilLlc. I.Kksnn, Miss. lil ' ,.,, Si,;„ir A ' omen ' s Chorus I. J. s, l|iha Lambda Sigma :, 3 (President s , (In I .nnl.da Chi 3; Na- ional Educatioii ssni i.ilioi, i. 4; Library Sci- •nee Club 3. 4. ROBINSON, PEARL GLENOA Valdcse, X. C:. National Educati Counselor 3; W , Chi 3, 4 (Vice 2, 3. 4. I. 3. 4; Junior on 3, 4; Alpha Dean ' s List I, ROBINSON, REVONDA KAY 350 17th Street, N.VV.. Hickory. N. C. Elementary Editciitk)n House Council 1 (Secretary 1); Student Re dence Association 1. ROBINSON, WILLIAM A. R.ix I IT, r„ssrimr C ilv, N. C. I, 2. 3 (Office I ' l k.ipp.i Uh ,i,ln Appalachian Del,,, 2. i); l ol,!,e Sp,-,, 2, 3, 4 iOllun (Officer 1, t ; p|..,l,rJn.,n ( ll, rnsj,,p Llionn 3; YouoK l)cin,,ii.its ( IliI, : ,i|i„„,,| Idusi tion Association 4; Tuni..r Alarsh.il 3; Inter national Relations Club 4; AppuluiliicKi 3- Dean ' s List 1, 2. 3, 4. ROGERS, TECETL ANN 734 Propston Terrace. Concord. N. C. Biologv Transfer fr,,,n High Point College; Beta Beta Beta 3, 4; lpha Chi 3. 4; Wesley Found llion 3; Junior Marshal 3. ROLAND, WILLIAM ROBERT Route S, Box 316. Asheville. N. C. ,. , MntheniMics Math Club 1. 2, 3, 4; National Education Association 3, 4; RnoiwDENDRON 2. 3, 4. ROSS, DONALD MELVIN Route 3. Box 711. Morganton. N. C. L7emenl«rv Ediicfftion National Education .Association 3, 4; Dean ' s List, ROSS, MARILYN CHRISTINE Route 6, B(, I ' ll, Mniyinton. N C Ih,.,:,, ' -., 1, „.„,„,» Baptist Student Llnmj, I, 2: Women ' s Glee Club 2, 3. 4; N.,t,o„.,l Idncuion .-Usc ' ciati ' m ROWE, JOE SIGMON, JR. 622 West 6th Street. Newton N C Physical EdmulUm RUSS, JAMES C. P. O, Box 22, BelJlaven. N. C. Physical Education National Education Association 2, 3 4- Soccer 2. 3. 4; Tennis 3. 4; Cheerleader 2. ' SAIN, BARBARA ANN 140 Park CulIc, W insliin S.ilcm N C PIn.ical (,(„,„ „,„ ' ■ ■ House Council; Junior Counselor; Women ' s .Athletic Association, SAUNDERS, DENNIS GERALD 2405 Roue Street, Greensboro, N, C, Business Education Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s A Club 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3); Alpha Chi 3, 4 (President 4); Whos Who Among, Students in American Universities and Colleges 3, 4; Cbi Lambda Chi 4; Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4, SAWEY, BENNETT CHARLES Route 3, Boone, N, C. Alal ieiimtics Alpha Chi, SAWEY, SARA CATHERINE Route 3, Boone. N. C, English Natiomil Education Association 3; Alpha Chi 3. 4; Transfer from Clinch Valley College. SCHELL, SANDRA MUNDY 642 6th Avenue Place, N.W., Hickory, N C. Elementary Ediiculion Modern Dance 1, 3; National Education Asso- ciation 4; House Council 1, 2; Dean ' s List 3 4 National Education Association 3, 4; .Associa- tion of Childhood Education 3, 4; Band 1; Baptist Student Union. SCOTT, JIMMY RAY Route 2. Dent. in, . C, Physical L.l,uulin„ SCOTT, RONNIE EDWARD .Mumford Manor. Laurel. Del. Pbvsicnl EiliiciKio.i Men ' s A C:lub 4; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Intra- mural Sports. SCRONCE, WANDA LOUISE Route 1. Box 85. Newton. N. C. Library Science National Education Association 2, 3, 4; Library Science Club 4; -Association of Childhood Edu- cation 1, 4; House Council 1; Dean ' s List 2, SEANEY, EARLA JEAN 2340 S, W, 42nd Way, Ft, Lauderdale, Fla, Spanish Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2. 3; College Tliea- tre 1. 2, 3; College Clioir 3; Spanish Club, SECREST, EULALIA RUTH Box 367, Drexel, N. C. Home Economics Transfer From Gardner- Webb College; Home Economics Club 3, 4, SHAW, OLA JEANNETTE 308 South Park Street, sl,eboro, N, C. Eic.ii .|,l.,M (, „ ,, lion Association of Childhood 1 ,liKation 2, 3, 4; National Education .VssulkiIioo 2. 3, 4; Wesley Foundation I; Deans List. SHEEHAN, MARTHA ELAINE lioiile 5, Rutherfordt.ni, N, C, English SHEHAN, KAYE FRANCES Lawndale, N, C, ElemcKtary Education Glee Club 3, 4; National Education Associati m 3, 4, SHEPHERD, DAVID EUGENE l-ergus..n, .N, C , Mathema tics Industrial Arts Club 1; Math Club 3; Ippn- lachiiot 3. SHEPPARD, BETSY DEANE Route 4, Box 3, High Point, N. C. English Women ' s Glee Club 2, 3; National Education Association 2, 3; Rhododendron 3, 4 (Class Editor 4); Appalachian 2. SHOAF, REGINALD LEE Route 4, Box 337, Thomasville, N, C. Social Stttdies National Education Association 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 4. SHERRILL, RODNEY NIXON lioule 1, Stanley, , , C, Sociiil Slif ' .bcs SHOEMAKER, RALPH COLIN Route 1, Millers Creek. N. V. Business Education Ele I, 111 Class Secretary! 3., r, Appalachian 2; Westminster Fellow shi]i I, 2. 3. 4 (Council 3. 4); Association Im ( Inl.lli I Education 3. 4 (Vice-President 3, 4 . Niimnil Education .Association 3, 4 (Publmn t h.ni man 4); Spanish Club 1; Intramurals 5; Dean ' s SIGMON, DORIS ANN Route 1. Box 227, Tavlorsyille. N, C. Socml Stil.lies SISK, CAROL JOAN 512 South 12 Street, Bessemer City, N. C. Bitsiness Education Pi Omega Pi 2, 3, 4 (Historian 4); National Education .Association 3; Dean ' s List. SMITH, AUDREY CHRISTINE Route 1, Stoneville, N. C. Social Studies Baptist Student Union 1. 2, 3. 4 (Executive C- uncil 3, 4. Touring Choir 2, 3, 4); March- ing Band 1, 4; Concert Band 1; Women ' s C;lee Club 3. 4; House Council 2. 3; Student Residence Association 3; National Ediicalion Association 2. 3, 4; N ' olleyball lntramur;ils 1. SMITH, CARL DANIEL 5012 R;ieford Ro.id, Favettevillc, , C, Social Studies SMITH, CARMEN EUGENIA Lawsoinillr, , (, Elemeul.n, l ' .l„,.,i,„n National Education ss,i, i.iiinn -l; House Coun- cil 3; Dean ' s List -i; niiuns C.lee Club 2, 3. SMITH, CONSTANCE PEARL 358 E. 11 Sliuel, lli,,leab, Fla. Biologv Beta Beta Beta 3, 4 (President 4); Chi Lambda Chi 4; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2. 3. 4 (C fficer 3, 4); Religious Council 3; National Education -Association 3. In SMITH, EDITH P. Box 202, Albemarle, N. C. Physical Editcation uirals; House Council 3. SMITH, JACOB ARCHIE, JR. li.Hite 1. . lt. Pleasant, N, C. Social Studies Young Democrats Club 3; Plavcrafters 3, SMITH, JOYCE B. 3309 Central Avenue, High Point, N, C. Bttsittess Education Rhododendron 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Beta LamMa 3, 4; Pi Omega Pi 2. 3. 4; Junior Counselor 3; National Education .Association 4; Dean ' s List 1. 2. 3; Westminster Fellowship 4. SMITH, JUDITH SHARPE 319 Trail 2, Grove Park, Burlington, N. C. Music Concert Band I, 2, 3; Wind Ensemble 4; Or- chestra 1. 2, 3, 4; M.E,N,C. 1, 2, 3, 4 (Sec- retary 3); Marching Band 1. 2, 3; Dean ' s List. SMITH, LINDA FAYE Route 6, Box 109, Morganton, N, C. English Baplisi Suideiit Union 1, 2, 3, 4 (Touring Chun 4 ; l inK Repubhcans Club 2; National I ' I ' K, I ss,i,iation 3, 4; House Council 3; Wonuos (.!,.■ Club 3; Women ' s Intramurals 4; .1,,,.„ „c;h,oi 4; Dean ' s List 3; Library As- sistant 3. men ' s Cbiisii.m ssiici,ilion, SMITH, MARY MAGDALENE Route 2, Box 216, Elkin, N. C. Sociul Sliidics Youni; D,-m..crats Club 1, 2, 3 (Secretary I, Presid, nt 1. i ; Chi Lambda Cbi 2, 3; National l-diK,iiiiiii ssiniation 4; Appalachian 4; Ap- P.iI.kIii.iii Siiuicot Citizenship Organization 3; SMITH, SARA RELFE 303 Pembroke Circle. Edenton. X. C. PhMical Education N.ilii.n.il l.lia.itii.n ss.n,.itnin 3, 4; Women ' s All, 1, 11, ss,„ i,,,.:„ I, 2. . 4 (Treasurer 3, Picsiil.ii, 4. Imxoiivc tnuiiLiI 2, 3, 4); Intra- nilinds I, 2, .-!, 4; c|ii Laniljjj Chi 4; W.A,A. Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; W,A.A, Varsity ' ol- leyball 1, 2, 3, 4, SMITH, SHIRLEY ANN 2401 Walker Avenue, Winston-Salem. N. C. Elementary Education National Education -Association; Intramurals 3. SNIDER, MARY ANN Route 5. LcsiiiKlon. N. C, P lvsi.ii ): ' ,lii.,.(;.„i Women ' s -Athletic .Asscniation 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 3); Wimien ' s Intramurals 1, 2. 3. 4; X ' aisitv Basketball Te.im 3, 4; Student - ssistant 3. 4; Intrai al Assistant 3. SNYDER, VIRGINIA LOWRANCE 2035 Old Salisbury Road, Wmston-Salem, N. C. English National Education Association 3; Women ' s Cdee Club 3. 4; Appalachian 3; Dean ' s List 2, 3. SOLTIS, CARL WILLIAM, JR. 451 Beech Menuc. (.arui.od, N. J. Social Sliulies Transfer from Mitchell College; Pi Gamma i Iu 3, 4; Newman Club 4; International Relations Club 4; National Education Association 4. SOUTHERN, SUSAN JANE I ' .outc I, Kins;, . C, Mcnu-imiM , iR,.ti,m National F locaticin Assoc ialion; Modern Dance; i iing Women ' s Christian -Association, STAFFORD, BETTY HOOVER 2 1 20 Cline Street, Stateville, N. C. Social Studies Women ' s Athletic Association 1, 2; National Education Association 4; Intramurals 1. 2. 3. N;ilional Iduc.ition Association 3. 4; Young Rciinhliciiis Ckib 3. 4 (.Recording Secretary 3i; Mph.i Chi 3, 4; Dean ' s List 1. 2, 3, 4, Band I; Debating Union 1 ; ' Wesley Foundati, I, 3. 4; Chemistry Club 2. 3, 4, Page Two Hundred Fifty-six ST. CLAIR, DELORES KAY 26 Alice Avenue. Belmont. N. C. Elententary Education ciety 1, 2, 3. 4 (Treasurer 3); Rhododexdron 3; National Education Associa- tion 4; Modem Dance 3. STEPHENS, MARSHA ANN 400 Clarkway Street, Spray. N. C. Elententary Education National Education .Association 3, 4; Associa- tion of Childhood Education 3, 4; Wesley Foun- dation 3, 4. STEPHENSON, HELEN RUTH Huuie 1, Angier. N. C. yiathematics STEVENS, DOROTHY ELIZABETH Oak Circle. Garner. N. C. Eletuentttry Education Varsouvianna 1; Rhododendrox 1, 2, 3, 4 (Business Manager 4;; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Modern Dance 4; National Education Association 3, 4; Vemician Society 4. STEWART, MARY ELIZABETH Route 1, Box 156, Boomer, N. C. Elementary Education National Education Association 3. STEWART, VIVIAN LOUISE Laurel Lane, Black Mountain, N. C. Elementary Education STEWART, WILLIAM HASKELL, JR. 23 Suggs Street, Belmont. N. C. Alaf ie«iatics ami Physical Education Baseball; Soccer; X ' aliants; .Appatones; Concert Band; .Math Club; Wrestling. STILLER, JUDY CAROL 224 Goldhill Dri e. SaUsbuiy, N. C. French and English Vemician Society 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 (Chief 4); Pi Delta Phi 3, 4; National Education .Association 3; Student Council 3, 4 (JudiciaO ' 3); French Club 2. 3, 4 (President 4); May Court 3; Christmas Queen 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. STONE, LINDA RHYNE Route 2. Lincolnton, N. C. Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foun- dation 2. 3; Women ' s Chorus 1; Baptist Stu- dent Union 1; National Education Association 3, 4. STROUP, MARY AGNES Route 1, Box 69, Morganton, N. C. Primary Education Baptist Student Union 1; Women ' s Glee Club 2, 3, 4; National Education Association 3, 4; Chorale 3. 4. STROWD, BARBARA EASTER 710 Hainvay Avenue. ThomasWlle, N. C. Business Education SULLIVAN, SHEILA DIANE Box 250, Shelby, N. C. Elementary Education National Education As; SURRATT, BRENDA LEIGH R.mte 3, Box 125. Denton, N. C. Physical Education Women ' s .Athletic .Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Intramujals 3, 4; Student Coiucil; Summer School; National Education Association 3. 4; Dean ' s List I, 2, 3. SWANSON, BRENDA KAY Route 1, Box 330, Lenoir, N. C. Primary Education Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4 (Touring Choir 1. 2, 3, 4, Mission and Extension Com- mittee 3. 4); National Education Association 3, 4; Library Assistant 2, 3. 4; Women ' s In- tramurals 4; Dean ' s List 2: Young Women ' s Christian .Association 1. SWEATT, BOYD EMERSON, JR. Bethel, N. C. English Appalachian 2, 3, 4 (Editor 4): Alpha Lambda Sigma (President); Wesley Foundation; Chi L;]nil da Chi 4. SWEATT, MARY HAILEY 313 Front Street, Draper, N. C. English Alpha Lambda Sigma 1, 2 (Secretary 2); Appalachian I, 2, 3, 4 (Columnist 2, Feature Editor 4); Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3; Alpha Chi 3, 4; Junior Marshal 3; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges SWEET, KATHLEEN H. 6920 7th Avenue N., St. Petersburg, Fla. Elementary Edtication SWEEZY, WILLIAM TERRELL Box 553, Lawndale, N. C. Chemistry Appalachian Chemistry Society 3, 4 (Treasurer 4); TntTamurals. TALBOTT, MARGARET ANN 210 Willow .Avenue. Leaksville, N. C. Elementary Education Association of Childhood Education 2, 3; Li- brary Science Club 3, 4; Women ' s Choras 3; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4. TART, CAROLYN ANN Route 1, Nen-ton Grove, N. C. Business Education Women ' s Choms 3; Newman Club 1, 2. 3, 4; National Education Association 3; Phi Beta Lambda 3; House Council 3. TAYLOR, EDSEL THOMAS P. O. Box 174, Ridgeville, S. C. PInsical Education Transfer from North Greenville College; Mens Intramurals 3. 4; Baseball Team 4. THOMAS, PATRICIA ANN Cleveland, Shelby, N. C. Ele Ed House Council; National Education .Association. THOMPSON, MARY CAROLYN .Andrews. N. C. Spanish Vemician Society 1, 2. 3, 4; National luiuca- tion Association 3, 4; Coed of the Month 4; Homecoming Court 4; Dorm Vice-President 3; House Council 3; Spanish Club 3, 4. THOMPSON, VIRGINIA BOYD Route 3, Box 290, Charlotte, N. C. Elementary Education Women ' s Athletic .Association; National Educa- tion Association; Appalachian; .Association of Childhood Education. Young Democrats Club; Transfer from ' ingate Junior CoUege. THORNTON, AMY LYDIA 3209 Dunaiie Drive, Charlotte 5, N. C. Elementary Education Dean ' s List 1, 2, 3, 4; National Educatiim As sociation 4; House Council 1. THRONEBURG, SYLVIA ANN Route 1, Box 68, NeiMon, N. C. Mathematics Appalachian 1, 2. 3, 4; National FJucalion Association 3. 4; .Math Club 4. TIODY, GARY EUGENE 519 West 4th Avenue, Gastonia, N. C. Physical Education arsity Wrestling 1, 2; Gymnastics C ' lub 4; P.E. Student Assistant 1, 2, 3. TILLMAN, PATRICIA LANE 1004 Hampton Street, Greensboro, N. C. Elementary Edtication .Association of Childhood Education 2, 3, 4; National Education .Association 2. 3, 4; Dean ' s List 2. 3. 4. TILLMAN, PRISCILLA LEIGH 1004 Hampton Street, Greensboro, N. C. Primary Education Association of Childhood Education 2, 3, 4; National Education Association 2, 3. 4; Baptist Student Union 1. 2; Dean ' s List I. 2. 3. 4. TREXLER, COLLEEN AMELIA Route 5, Box 195. Salisbury, . C. Social Studies Stutlent Assistant in Social Studies; Lutheran Student .Association (Secretary); Alpha Chi. TRIPLETT, LINDA GEORGE Route 1, Blowing Rock. N. C. Elementary Education TRIPLETT, SUZANNE ELAINE Route 4, Box 419. North Wilkesboro, N. C. Biology TRULL, SAUNDRA ALEXIS Old Wadesboro Road. Monroe, N. C. Eiemenlory Education National Education Association 4; .Association for Childhood Education 4; Y ' oung Democrats Club 4; Women ' s Glee Club 3, 4. TRULL, JERRY C. 2509 Pennsylvania Avenue, Kannapolis, N. C. Business Education National Education Association 3, 4: Phi Beta Lambda 1, 2, 4. TUCKER, DORIS ELIZABETH Cheraw Road. Hamlet, N. C. Elementary Education Glee Club 3. 4; .National Education Association 2, 3; Young Women ' s Christian .Association 4; Library Science 4. TUCKER, MYRA OtANNE Westfield, N. C. Elementary Education Dean ' s List 2, 3; National Education Association 3, 4; Association of Childhood Education 4. TULBERT, WILLIAM FRANKLIN Box 49, Union Grove, N. C. Biology and Science Highland Biologists Club 3, 4 (President 4); Chi Lambda Chi 4; Dormitory Staff 3, 4; Na tional Education Association 3, 4. TURNER, MARY JUANITA Route 1. Hamptonville, N. C. Music Women ' s Glee Club 2, 3; Symphony Orchestra 2, 3; College Choir 3, 4. TURNER, THOMAS WAYNE 310S Branchwood Drive, Greensboro, N. C. Ed President of Student Body 4; Vice-President of Junior Class 3; Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3. 4 (President 3); Appalachian (Cartoonist) 1, 2; Freshman .Activities Committee 1; Marching Band 1; Concert Band 1; Men ' s Chorus 1, 2; Collegiate Civic Club 3, 4 (Secretary 3); Chi Lambda Chi 3. 4; Cheerleader Selection Com- mittee 4: Student Council 4 (Chairman 4, Ju diciary Chairman 4); Popular Programs Com- mittee 3, 4; Interim Council Delegates State Student Legislature 4; Delegate to First National Convention of Associated Student Governments of U.S.A. 4; Execuuve Board of Middle -Atlantic State Region of ASGUS.A 4; Inter-Class Officere Council 4; Collegiate Jazz Society 4; National Education Association 3; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4; Soccer Team 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; School Council 4. Transfer from Wingate College; National Edu- cation .Association 3. 4; Appalachian 4; Women ' s Intramurals 3, 4. UPTON, GARY DEAN 603 Elm Street, CherryviUe, N. C. Business Edttcation Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2; Na- tional Education Association 2; Appalachian 3; Rhododexdron 4; Dean ' s List 3. VAUGHN, KENNETH OSCAR 1525 .Andover .Avenue, Greensboro. N. C. Business Education Weslev Foundation 1; Dean ' s List 1, 3; Colle- giate Civics Club 3. 4; Phi Beta Lambda 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, 4); Student Council 4 (Ju diciary Council 4); School Council 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3, 4; Popular Programs Committee 4; Varsity Soccer 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Chorus 2, 3; Freshman Activities Com- mittee 1; Cheerleatier Selection Committee 4; National Education Association 3; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. WALKER, BETTY SUE Route I. Millers Creek, N. C. Biology Young Women ' s Christian .Association 1; Appalachian 2; Rhododendron 2, 3: Beta Beta Beta 2, 3, 4 (Secretary 4). WALKER, JANE ELIZABETH 120 West Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, N. C. Primary Education National Education Association 3, 4; ' etnician Society 2, 3, 4; Flying Fish 1; Motlem Dance 2, 3, 4 (President 3, 4); Chi Lambda Chi 3. 4. Na WALKER, MARGARET JEAN Box 691, Candler, N. C. Elementary Education ional Education .Association 3, 4. WALL, PATRICIA ANN Route 1, King, N. C. Elementary Education National Education .Association 3; Association of Childhood Education 3 (Treasurer 3); Dean ' s List 3; Vemician Society 4; House Council 3. WALLACE, VAN JUNIOR Route 4, Box 720, Lenoir, N. C. Mathematics and Science Band I. 2; Young Democrats Club 4; Intra- murals 2. WALTERS, JAMES DURAN 534 Springbrook, Charlotte, N. C. Social Studies Intramurals 1; International Relations Club I. 3; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Weslev Foundation 2, 3, 4; Young Democrats Club 4; Dean ' s List 4. WALTON, CAROLYN ANN 228 North Academy Street, Mooresville, N. C. Library Science Library Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice President 4); National Education Association 3; Rhodo- WANNAMAKER, JUNE VIOLET P. O. Box 255. Springfield, S. C. Biology and Science Highland Biologists; Wesley Foundation; Young Women ' s Christian Association; National Edu- cation .Association; Young Republicans Club. WARD, LINDA McSWAIN 764 Broad Street. Shelby, N. C. Home Economics Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4 (Reporter 2, Vice-President 3, President 4); House Council Secretary 3; Chi Lambda Chi 4; National Edu cation Association 3; Baptist Student Union 1, 2, 3, 4. Pflge Two Hiitiihed Fifly-seven WARE, MICHAEL HERNDON 200 E. King. Kings Mountain, N. Soci.il Stiirfi s insfer from Catawba; Intramurals 3. 4. WARLICK, SARAH AMANDA Box 116, Icard. N. C. Elemeiitar Editcatiot: Transfer from Gardner-Webb Junior College; National Education Association i, 4. WARREN, MYRA SEITZ Route 2. Newton, N. C. Miitht-matics Student Residence Association 3; Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Lutheran Student As sociation 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 2); Junior Coun- selor 3; House President 3; Hall Representative 4; Chi Lambda Chi 3; Science Club 1; Glee Club 3, 4; National Education Association 3, 4; Intramurals 1; Dean ' s List 1, 2; Ulio ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 4. WARREN, ROBERT LEE Route 1. Box 157, Vilas. N. C. Biology Transfer from University of North Carolina. WATSON, EDWARD LOY Box 256. Crossnore, X. C . cat I-ducation Inl: WATTERSON, WILLIAM B. 802 ChurchiU Drive, Shelby, N. C. English Transfer from GardnerAVebb College; National Education Association 3, 4. WATTS, BARBARA LEE Route 3, R.x :ii(,. Ljndis. N. C. Elemenun Idu.auon Playcrafters; App.jl.u)n,». i C uculation Staff); Baptist Student Union; National Education As- sociation; Young Democrats Club; Women ' s Chorus; Modem Dance; Dorm Song Fest; Intramurals. WEATHERSBEE, WILLIAM STANLEY P. O. B«.ix 214. Norwood. N. C. Physical Education WEBB, SHIRLEY ALICE Route 2, Box 202. Newland. N. C. English and Social Studies Spanish Club I. 2; Appalachian 1. 2; Junior National Education .Association 3, List. 4; De; WILKINSON, NINA HOPE 628 West C Street, Newton, N. C. Mathematics Lutheran Student .Association 3, 4; National Education Association 3, 4; Dean ' s List. WILLIAMS, TED ROOSEVELT 316 Cottage Road, Kannapolis. N. C, Mathematics National Education Association 3 2, 3, 4. WILLIAMS, RICHARD WOODROW, JR, 24 Meadow Street. Lyman, S. C. Industrial Arts Transfer from North Greenville Junior College; Industrial Arts Club 4: Intramurals 3, 4. WILLIAMS, ROBERT COON Route 1. Box 28, Cleveland, N. C. Social Studies Dean ' s List 2, 3. 4: Transfer from N. C. State. WILLIAMS, VICKI ANNE Route 3, Mooresville. N. C. Elementary Education Dean ' s List 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Glee Club 1. 2. 3; Lutheran Student Association I. WILLIAMSON, REBECCA SUSAN 146 West PtiMiill Strut, Asbiboro, N. C. Women ' s Alhlclii Kss.-i i.itinn 1; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; National Edutati(m Association 4; Dean ' s List 3. WILSON, CAROLYN IvaNELLE Leonard Street. WeavervUle, N. C. Business Education National Education Association 3, 4; Phi Beta Lambda 3. 4. WILSON, JUNE CAROL 1T28 N. Independence Blvd.. Charlotte, N. C. Elemeiilarv Ediiculioi, College Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 4; Coed of the Month 3; Dean ' s List; ' emicians 4; National Educa- tion Association; House Council 4 (Hall Rep- resentative). WINDSOR, BETTY Box 94, State Road. N. C. E!eme,.tarv Education Baptist Student Union I, 2; National Education .Association 3, 4; Dean ' s List 3, 4; Junior Coun selor 3: Honor ' Teacher. WITHERINGTON, MARTHA ELLEN 2054 E. SpraKiie Sliet-l, WmstMu Salem. N. C. I ' l.iHi ' Ml.iri r.l.u.itio.j Transfer from GardnfrUebb Junior College; . " Vational Education -Association 3. 4; ernician Society 3. 4. WHEELER, LINDA JEAN Route 4. Easley, N. C. WHITE, BETH ELAINE Route 1. Casar. N. C. English French Club I; Appalachian 2; Baptist Student Union I, 2. 3 (Council 2); Dean ' s List 1, 3. WOLFE, DENNY THRUSTON 1307 Shacklefoid St.. Morehead, . . C English Junior Marshal. WOLFORD, LARRY DOVE 2017 W. Baltimore Street, Baltimore 23 Sociui Stiulies Transfer from Warren Wilson College George Washington University; West Fellowship. National Education Association 3. 4. WRIGHT, BARBARA LORETTA 221 Dellinger Street, Shelby. N. C. Eletnentary Education Transfer from Gardner-Webb Junior College; National Education .Association 3. 4; Dean ' s List. WYATT, ROBERT SMITH P. O. Box 28 1. Stoneville. N. C. .Mathematics Transfer from N. C. State; Math Club; Na- tional Education .Association; Young Repub- licans Club. WYATT, TONI JO 305 Salisbury Avenue, Spencer. N. C. Physical Education Women ' s Athletic Association; National Educa- tion Association; Young Democrats Club: In- tramurals. YARBROUGH, ALONZO FRANCIS 3908 C;racemont Drue. Winston Salem. N. C. Industrial Arts Transfer from N. t. Slate; Industrial Arts Club 4; Intramurals 3. Deans List. YORK, BARBARA SUE Route 1. VadkinviUe. N. C. Elementary Education National Education -Association 1; Modem Dance 1; Undergraduate .Assistant it 1 Science Department; Intramurals. Page Two Hundred Fiftr-ei ht INDEX Administration 20 Alpha Chi 144 Alpha Psi Omega 161 Appalachian , The 162 Appalachian Chemistry Society 169 Appalachian Debating Union, The 168 Appatones 156 Art Guild 153 Association of Childhcwd Education 175 Athletic InFormals 212 Band 154 Baptist Stuclfiit Liiiidn 147 Baseball 198 Basketball 190 Beta Beta Beta 164 Campus Superlatives 218 Canterbury Club 147 Cercle Francais 148 Cheerleaders 210 Chi Lambda Chi 145 Christmas Court 230 College Staff 33 Collegiate Civic Club 177 Collegiate Jazz Society 158 Dedication 16 Department 1 leads 23 Faculty 24 Fellowship of Christian Athletes 171 Flying Fish 152 Football 182 Freshman Class 112 Golf 202 Graduation 242 Highland Biologists 170 Homecoming Court 226 Home Economics Club 149 House Presidents 174 ndustrial Arts Club 150 nternational Relations Club 168 unior Class 70 unior Counselors 174 unior Marshals 242 King of Hearts and Court 236 Libra ry Science Club 171 Lutheran Student Association 167 Majorettes 211 Math Club 170 May Court 236 Men ' s Athletic Association 172 Men ' s Chorus 153 Men ' s Intramural Sports 210 Men ' s Tennis 204 Mixed Chorus 157 Modern Dance 152 Music Education 156 National Education Association 178 Newman Club 166 Orchestra 155 Pep Club 173 Phi Beta Lambda 159 Pi Delta Phi 149 Pi C;amma Mu 160 Pi Kappa Delta 169 Pi Omega Pi 146 Playcrafters 173 Plays and Programs 222 Popular Programs ,. 224 Queen of Clubs 234 Religious Council 165 Rhododendron 142 Senior Activities 248 Senior Class j4 Senior Class Superlatives 220 Senior Statistics 248 Soccer 188 Song Fest Winners 157 Sophomore Class 96 Spanish Club 148 Student Council 140 Student Life 244 Student Residence Association 175 Student IrafGc Organization 178 Swimming 207 Track 194 Wesley Foundation 166 Westminster Fellowship 160 Who ' s Who 216 Women ' s Athletic Association 171 Women ' s Glee Club 159 Women ' s Intramural Sports 208 Women ' s Tennis 206 Wrestling 196 Vernician Society 151 Young Democrats Club 176 Young Republicans Club 176 Young Women ' s Christian Association 167 PageTuu lliiiiilred Fifty iiitif COLLEGE BOOK STORE APPALACHIAN STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE THE HEART OF THE CAMPUS BOONE, N. C. I ' ciee Two Huiidreii Sixty SHIRLEY RAGAN ESSO SERVICE 201 Hardin Street BOONE, N. C. " A Full Line of Atlas Products " ' Where You And Service Meet " " Its PET... := youbet! " { P I w 9 i MADE m 3W " b ' - ' jp|W ' WITH -..; 9 tt jaShL yrlf!?!! !■ frf«;h ifl Si CREAM , j g IO5 ALWAYS FRESH ililllp m PET ' - ■jiii 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 Meef Your Friends At SHORTY ' S " The Students ' Nightly Retreat " SANDWICHES SHORT ORDtRS Pflgc Two Hiindrcil Sixty-utie BURGESS FURNITURE STORE Serving this area with quality Furniture 425 West King Street FRIENDLY SERVICE LAUREL MOTEL AND EFFICIENCY Room Phones Blowing Rock Road Phone 264-2468 BOONE, N. C. CRITCHER IDOL ESSO SERVICE 900 E, King Street BOONE, N. C. AM 4-8588 Complimen ts of SKYLINE LANES BOWL FOR HEALTH SKYLINE BAKERY Blowing Rod Rood " BIRTHDAY AND WEDDING CAKES— OUR SPECIALTY " Try our do-nuts, cookies, buns, pies. and assorted breads and rolls Call 264-2800 for Spec iol Party Orders Page Two Ihiiidrcti Sixtrlwo Refreshment to You Through the Years COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. HICKORY, N. C. WATAUGA HANDCRAFTS CENTER 108 Hardin Street BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA MRS. HOWARD CARLSON Proprietor — Weaving Instructor HANDCRAFTS FROM THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS FROM OUR GIFT SHOP Your Dollar Buys More At Your CREST-BEN FRANKLIN STORES Compliments of Compliments of DINNER BELL GRILL 1209 E. King Street Telephone 264-9117 DANIEL BOONE INN 105 Hardin Street BOONE, N. C. Telephone AM 4-8657 BLOWING ROCK SKI LODGE, INC. BLOWING ROCK, NORTH CAROLINA Office 704 264-2117 Lodging 704 264-2875 Page no Hiiiidrcti Stxir lltrcc BROYHIll FURNITURE FACTORIES LENOIR, NORTH CAROLINA REPRESENTING LENOIR CHAIR CO. HARPER FURNITURE CO. LENOIR FURNITURE CORP. 0. L BROYHILL FURNITURE CO. CONOVER FURNITURE CO. Pngc Tiro Hundred Sixty-four FIRST NATIONAL OF BOONE BANK " Yo 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. Meet Your Friends At CAROLINA PHARMACY Congratulations, Graduates Phone AM 4-3781 BOONE, N. C. Boone ' s Favorite Department Store HUNrS DEPARTMENT STORE IT IS OUR PLEASURE — When you have a good time at the movies. IT IS OUR PLEASURE — When you laugh and cry at things you see on the screen. IT IS OUR PLEASURE — That youngsters have come to know and love the movies as a very special treat. IT IS OUR PLEASURE — That Hollywood is con- stantly searching for new ideas and bringing them to life. IT IS OUR PLEASURE — That we have a part in the entertaining of the students of Appalachian State Teachers College. THE APPALACHIAN THEATRE ' Everybody Likes Movies in Boone " BooiE 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 Page Two Huiidrcil Sixty-five THE lORTHWESTERI BHIk Capital Stock $2,735,560.00 Surplus $10,264,440.00 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. I. C. We appreciate the patronage of the students and faculty of Appalachian State Teachers College. Page Two Hundred Sixty-six p aza N lot e Phone 264-2457 Room Phones — Free T.V. Vi Mile From A.S.T.C- -Family Un its U. S. Highway 321 and 221 331 Blowing Rock Road- -Boone, N C. Open Year Round Owners: Mr. and Mrs. C arl Fidler and Mr. and Mrs. W. R Winkler Compliments of Hotor Parts Supply Company, Inc. Wholesale Automotive Parts Accessories Phone 264-2428 N. Depot St. Boone, N. C. BLUE RIDGE MOTOR COURT 20 Modern Units— Heated Pool Wall to Wall Carpet— Room T.V. ' s OPEN ALL YEAR Tel. 264-3638 1 Mile East of Boone on U. S. 421 221 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 BROWN S GRAHAM MOTOR CO.. INC. IMPERIAL— CHRYSLER— DODGE PLYMOUTH— DART— VALIANT DODGE TRUCKS Tel. 264-3832 832 E. King Street BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA COMPLETE CHRYSLER LINE SALES SERVICE Page Two Hundred Sixty-seven 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 BELK ' S BOONE ' S LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE COMPLETELY REMODELED " THE HOME OF BETTER VALUES " AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SHOPPING COMFORT MAULDIN DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, INC. Phone 327-8396 P. 0. Box 2263 1018B 3rd Ave., N.W. HICKORY, N. C. Distributors TOM ' S TOASTED PEANUTS Tom ' s Peanut Butter Sandwiches Tom ' s Candies Tom ' s Potato Chips Page Two Hundred Sixty-eight WATAUGA SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION 106 West Main Street Boone, North Carolina DIRECTORS: H. G. FARTHING WALTER H. G REENE 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. ROBBINS. JR 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 hove 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 $12,000,000.00 Pufie Tiro Hundred Sixtr-iiiue BOONE TRAIL MOTEL Tile Bath— Tub, Shower— T.V. Wall-to-Wall Carpet— Hot Water Heat OPEN ALL YEAR BOONE, N. C. Phone 264-8839 Mr. Mrs, Jake Mortez, Owners WATAUGA DEMOCRAT " Estolished 1888 " R. C Rivers, Owner BOONE, N. C. MAINTENANCE SUPPLY CO., INC. Building Maintenance Supplies HUNTERSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA NEWTON ' S DEPARTMENT STORE Complete Line of MEN ' S AND LADIES ' READY-TO-WEAR At Popular Prices BOONE, N. C. Phone AM 4-8807 ELECTRICITY SERVES YOU Time-Saving and Penny-Wise NEW RIVER LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY CABANA MOTEL Room Phones — TV — In Room Coffee Efficiency — Family Commercial Units ESTEL WAGNER, Owner 317 BLOWING ROCK ROAD, BOONE, N. C. 21 ULTRA MODERN UNITS Phone 264-2483 Page Tiro Hundred Seventy THE TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT Open From 6 A.M. to 12 P.M. Specializing in Steaks, Chops, Seafoods Count-ry Ham Hot Biscuits — Home Made Pies Short Orders — Sandwiches Curb Service 4 P.M.— 12 P.M. Dorm Delivery Highway 321 Blowing Rock Road Phone AM 4-9933 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. 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