Asheboro High School - Ash Hi Life Yearbook (Asheboro, NC)

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We, while recognizing any shortcomings that may exist in our own educative process, would like to say a word in defense of it. As each year passes we have seen additions to our better- than-average system of school buildings. Each year we see evidence that those responsible are concerned about the education we are receiving and that the curriculum is being adjusted and revised to fit our changing needs. V Our teachers, the best anywhere, make a sincere effort to instruct us with the latest techniques and up-to-date educational methods. We students-in all the many classifications wefit- have every opportunity to pursue all that our capabilities will permit to train us for our place in the future. Finally, we are certain that our community has our best interest at heart, it will go to any extreme to continue a system of education in Asheboro that can serve as a model for any community. 6 This class, typical of many here at Asheboro High School, pleasantly com bines hard Work with wholesome discussion. L , Q Stacks of hooks anal claily treks to the library are a part of the life of an Asheboro High School student. 7 Q Encouragement, w h e r e encourage- ment is needed, works wonders. O!-"N - , f an Social life in the lounge during the break gives the students a chance for relaxa- tion and pleasure. Athletics, sportsmanship, and a sense of fair play blend equally und become ai part of our educa- tion. 8 5 4 A O a ,,,,.i,.,, .--'. ,,- v- , ll v ,v 'xX 3 .. I 3 s Q-it 4"""Al-' Education begins in the home, our parents being f' . Our lives are balanced by the spiritual guidance gained through our our Irst teachers churches. Asheboro spins the thread from which the material of our Always Willing to help us with our various projects, the future is woven. industries of Asheboro contribute greatly to our school. 9 5 un DEDICATIO We, the members of the staff of the 1960 Ash-Hi-Life, respectfully dedicate this annual volume to Mr. Lee C. Phoenix as an expression of our admiration for the loyalty, integrity, and wisdom that he has shown in the work he has done toward improving Asheboro High School. During his years in Ashcboro, we have come to know him as a wise counselor, a true friend, and an inspiration to all. It is a privilege to be associated with such a sincere person as Mr. Phoenix. 7'2"'35"""7' -H: F:-1,g, -. .' F' 'ff f,'1"'::s"'7-1 LFE,-.,..'v-4 ' "'- Ulf-P S?:ffo2 --1" Hn ,'I'.CTQfU5.'Z"' 4.1: ...,-.gc 4,,EE:1.., N . mfqxf-1-:lf "VS:--22 , 'Ah 'f--J Z,-ff?-5:5 F5 'Q'-"f0.. '7T'U" ' "" -1 Zqfbsgcztn ' P+ CIIW in .':..'-'FE' Q-1:r:..,..f: .QC-55:11,-. .221-1 ' O.l3"5I2"' EU' '2 2 M. Q!7,,f-f: ?":nQ2':I3 ff-'1-Q.Qyq --1 San P33205 1 'V 'N :S Dv-rv ,,.,U. f-wu:""'1 :1'0m' .-C,--U31 f-ffwn 4-1 'NU-4'-nail' ff-'..a-1-4.42: A 510: '-"Dv f-r ,cx:::":-: ,-:ssc-'af--A .- .H-.... 23 'MC "'P"'rf U'::-,2c:",+ 1,5-,....,.... 'Ziff fs- '-.-5-f -'7"'.l....:""""' 5'Zf,"f7Q -rv-4'-11 f-+1-rzfjf. y... fvcq O52-fn ..., CC...-Q ff, .."I"'t'-ffllff 3' 5-fri. :nCm,.,"'... 7:34.25 ,L-4'D4"C'a,z PQ ""' 'D ..- -.L--mfb -J H' E755 p-.r-3.1,-L-QF? "5-xf0"f1, e,-. ,Hz Z 'J-'il r-+zD'5'D"1 C--'ffbrlln C. PHOENIX MRS. MARY B. MCKINLEY ...z,, L :., ,.. ,. ni 4 10 To MISS LANTA XVINSLONY we wish to express our sincere uppwciutioiiz for hor intcrcst in education, for he-1' sense of humor, for hor devotion to duty, for hor ability as il teacher, for bcing L1 friend to all, for shzlring ll life with us. 11 ill! 'jj I X... ....ll.1i,- x x X xx x, , xQ ,A , ,. , , I -Q-A 5 . I N vi l . ! -W S X I N Mabry' MfQfy'0wjL,w pb' ff fjfffffmiwiij WALOZQSZ MWmf ElpM M I! 3wsfZ QLjfi5fO5,5QW Q Wi5?ffyW?w WW Ss WMM 14 ,L li "' W -las I I Qi'-' 1' 7, 1?-in A , gl II , fixx Q , L sMmN 1' I iq, -Q Q "Q fspias f Egg: I :JM S 'I was-M X 2 ' II -K f, S j wlin., 'I ' u , Xgsign L I X Q I X ,R NI! rx Q N. SUPERINTENDENT CITY SCHOOLS ki-JT 'ww-W I MR. GUY B. TEACIIEY MRS. MILDRED CI-IRISCO Secretary ASHEBOR0 CITY SCI-IDOL BGARD A , QCC xixff Mr. L. H. Morgan, Dr. I. R. Suggs, Mr. I. Frank Redding, Ir., Chairman, Dr. Frank Edmondson, Mr. C. E. Hughes. Standing: Mr. Guy B. Teachey, Mr. Robert Reese, Mr. James R. Lane, Mr. C. R. Smith, Mr. T. Henry Redding. CNOt Pictured? Mr. W. David Stedman, Mr. J. VV. Plummer 14 MR. LEE C. PHOENIX Principal ADMINISTRATIGN Ianuary 29, 1960 To The Students: Another year of school life has slipped into the realm of the past. Only memories remain- memories that grow dim and hazy with the passage of time. The people with whom you have lived and worked, the activitics in which you have participated, the friends you have made have all become a vital force in your life. A permanent record of these memories is de- sirable and necessary. The 1960 Ash-Hi-Life, through the medium of pictures and Words, has attempted to crystallize these memories and make them concrete. It is my sincere wish that through this publication a better understanding of the total school program at Asheboro High School will be realized. Cordially, 2: Lee C. Phoenix MRS. OLIMBE D. HOLT Secretary Q Our English department endeavors to acquaint us with the complexities of the language arts. VVe are led to realize the importance of our speech, our writing, and the improvement of our knowledge of both ancient and contemporary litera- ture. XVithin the English classes an air of informality prevails and b l e n d s pleasantly with the clearly illustrated teaching of our instructorsg these two components of good teaching give us the will to learn. We are daily exposed to correct gfillll- mar and excellent literature, which sub- consciously become a part of us. XVithout the essential training that we gain from our English department we would lack the poise and dignity required for modern society. ,Wx f VI 'JI ,E 0' 1 Mrs Maly P Lconud Mis Mildred T. Faircloth, Mr. Ivey C. Maness Here we study the basic principles of the English language. K XA , I By using the facilities of the library, students are able to delve deeply into research. These students in speech class are learning the funda- mentals oi public speaking. llc find relaxation through reading books and maga- zines in our library. A A .1155 Tests, a necessary part of our . English program, cause S01 ' serious thinking. , I4 ' X 4 A --....,,, M.,-u---.......,, Mrs. Walker Derr, Mrs. Ruby B. Smith, Mr. E. C. Morgan A working knowledge of mathematics is essential in the world in which we live. Our mathematics department, under the guidance of ahle teachers, strives to make our studies more interesting and challenging. Some of the courses offered to us are general math, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. Even though we are required to have only two units in mathematics for graduation, our curriculum enables us to acquire five units. The main purpose of this program is to ae- quaint us with the practical application of mathematics in daily living and to prepare students for careers in this field. Mrs. Erma T. Long, Mr. Glenn E. Fox wt 18 In this class we enjoy one of the more challeng- ing matheinutics courses, geometry. These students seek further instruction which will help them in solving problems in higher mathematics. 45 my :Ear In solid geoinctry students put into pmt-tice their previous hzu-kgrouncl ln mathematics und hccoinc acquainted with the third dimension. Girls, the entire proof is pure logic. un- 19 Mrs. Ruby T. Rich, Miss Merle Etta Lancaster XVith courses in general science, biology, chemistry, and physics, our science depart- ment works diligently to prepare us to meet the demands of a scientific world. ln general science we leam how basic principles are applied to everyday life. With this founda- tion laid, we progress to biology, a study of the remarkable world of living organisms. Chemistry and physics then acquaint us with the structure and behavior of all matter. In this total program each student is encouraged to explore scientific materials outside the classroom. An opportunity for exploration comes annually with the Science Fair. Stu- dents arc required to enter projects pertain- ing to their respective science courses, and from these entries division winners are chosen. Curiosity and thinking ability, two prerequisites for success in any scientific field, are stimulated through these projects We investigate the mysteries of living organisms, We make models from our discoveries. 20 2 v 'I " 1 ht... Cllemistry makes a place for itself in the Science Fair. Mr. Ralph Hodges, Mr. Lee Stone Tllfflllgll practical application of theory, stucleuts become familiar with the make- up aucl lmeliavior of matter and energy. ,A 'gt l .0 I: Q0 I Q' F l s l 4 We view the day-by-day development of aquatic animal and plant lifc. 21 -if ,,4v , ' 3 .. ' I . f' ,.."'4,.' x '-" .l ' Nliss llutricin llauncr, Nlrs. Kittie C2lN'K'I1l'SS, Miss Ili-len Bosticli """""""""""' - "' """""'W""" A , ' M . Q .,..,, ., . ' c,, 1 'l' V 74- ww-,xi BEE 4.1 Ilerc, in one ol' our Spunish classes, students learn uhout thc life us wcll us lhc lunguugc ol the pcoplc. 22 Each day the language students not only learn ycrbs, vocabulauy, and QIYIIHINLII'-tllt' tools to any lunguuge-hut also play il sinull role in hringing uhout world peace und friendship through thc study of French and Spanish. A Spanish proycrh says, ullc who would understand his neighbors must put his head in their house." NYC put this into practice hy studying thc customs and culturcs of our foreign neighbors. Although we sometimes find u world of differences in thcsc two ficlds, wc discover that wc have much in coinnion. Latin, the classic lunguugc taught in our school, opens udycnturc into ROIHC'S colorful past. Through the Study of thc liomun ciyilizzltion we hettcr understand our own. This knowledge is vuluuhle in the help it lends to modern languages und the field of science. , f f' X lf f., 4 , .Y ,, - A 3 Z 1, ll I, ,XX Tlicsc books enuct ll familiar scene as they patiently wait to bc C1ltl'l1StCLl to new OXVHCTS. L We enjoy the pleasures and suffer the pains of Latin. Miss Mary Moffitt Librarian By learning to use thc card catalogue, this student becomes bcttcr aicquuintcd with tllc library. Mr. Donald Thomas, Miss Mario Andrews, Mr. Sal Ccro, Mr. XVilliam F. Van lloy, jr. Modm-rn prohlmns 1-mlm-a1yol's to ucqnuiiit us with both llillitllllll amd world-wide' c-urrvnt vvv Tho soc-itll studios dcpatrtmcnt offers L-ourscs in Unitcd Stutvs history, world history, Civics, and modcrn prohloms. 'l'cuclwrs whose prixnc ohjcctiyvs arc to 1-quip us to hc good t-itizcns lllkllil' those suhjvc-ts inorv Illt'2llllllgiilll to us. XVO dis- coycr that wc c-nn and must Sll1ll'0 in the administration of our c-ommunity, stzltv, und nation. lf our nation is to continue in thc szunc spirit that hrought it into ht-ing. it is 11CL'l'SStlI'y that wc- lcurn to undcrstamd thc principles ht-hind it. No longcr do wc' think of thick, dusty yohnnvs of hooks us at synonym for history, hut instcud utlyc11t11r'v and plcusurc comc to mind. Although Dl0L1SllI't' ulonc- would proyidc ll good reason for rcudirig history. it docs not hy any mt-uns rival tht- illlL'llL'C'tllt1l und pmcticall aspects of the coursv. This Oaqvr tt-at-lu-1' sccms to he This study hall is obviously '- "mu st... sr,,,,,,,, looking forward to his next history posing for the photographer class. xw.,f5 " . "Missa v W..m..,,.r..L.1.s,.,t,...s.w.M..,m,,f. .. , . ,L -Ge 2 ritifmil '57 5' .Himsa l Books, books, and more books. I S? W, Wt E ' Qffffifd ,ooooQ fllfk oooo oo oWo M W I z,,, .:ww.,..mm-fm-,www-w.m.f ,,-W-W.WN.w Lectures and discussions-two rungs in the ladder leading to the mastery of social studies. A study of the United Nations is one interesting phase of modern problems. These students dontt seem too enthusiastic about receiving their new history books. 25 n 0 F 5 il 3 5 3 l Mrs. Anne II. Moore, Mrs. Kathleen C. YVhatley A studcut receives instruction on the care and ust ot her typewriter. The business education department develops our capabilities, characteristics, and understandings that are necessary for the successful direction of business operations. The objectives are directed toward our non-vocational education, including consumer education and education for social and economic efficicncyg and vocational competency, including skill training which enables us to meet the demands of the business world. machines ff Ig. In the machines room, we practice typ- Many students find shorthand a fls ing and master the operation ot adding cinating subject. Mr. Alec Hurst ups and downs. 1 l Our many faceted physical education program provides us with opportunities for growth in diverse areas. Physical fit- ness is strengthened through participa- tion in sports, such as basketball, softball, volleyball, and badmintong mental alert- ness is incrcascd in classroom studies of health and first aid. Those two important factors, augmented with principles of teamwork and good sportsmanship, con- stitute a program necessary for the com- plete development of each student. 27 Sometimes the bovs do have their Physical education develops coor- Freshman girls leain the fine dination of the student. points of basketb 1ll in phy sical education. Miss Angelyn Clisson i 4 L Mr. Merton II. Branson, Mrs. Barbara B. Hill Skill in the domestic arts of cooking, sewing, house planning, and child care is stressed in tlrc program of our liomcmaking depart- ment. Guidance for solving problems concerned with family, sclrool, and com- munity lifc is also provid- ed. ln a warm homelike atmospllerc students prac- tice tlrcse arts and prepare tlicmsclvcs for the assump- tion of futurc llomcmaking responsibilities. Iuniors and scniors desiring train- ing in tlrc luusincss world may partici- pate in tllc distrilmutivc education program wlrilc working toward their lriglr school diploma. Tlrrougll a com- lmination ol' classroom instruction and part-time work cxpcricncc, tllc distri- lmutivc education program trains stu- dcnts in wllolcsalc and rctail selling and strives to lmcttcr the relationship between the school and the lmusincss community. Tllc dix'crsil'icd occupations pro- gram, also opcn to juniors and scniors, has as its purpose tlrc preparation of students for an occupation wliile at- tending sclrool. A variety of trades and occupations are lcarncd fllfllllgll classroom instruction and work ex- periencc. Mrs. Doris C. VVrigl1t, Miss Elizabeth Phillips Home economics stu- dents enjoy their extra- curricular project. Individual help aids diversified occupations students as they pursue their occupational careers. The basic steps in sewing are taught firstg then the real work will hcgin Good cooks are made, not born. 29 These distributive ed- ucation students re- ceive instmction that will help them make their part-time work- ing experience suc- cessful. ,il 4 I We are fortunate to have a variety of fine arts courses from which to choose. Since these courses are electiveszwe are free to pursue an area in which our interest lies. Perhaps the most out- standing of these courses is band, which covers all fields of instru- mental music. Our band is one of the most outstanding in the state and has been awarded a superior rating for several con- secutive years. The chorus develops vocal skills and music appreciation. Among other electives, art, a course that strives to create within us a sense of good design and proportion, teaches us to appreciate art and its values and to discover latent talent. A 1 Hrs Y 1- i, . . 1 r Mr. David Doolittle, Mr. joseph B. Fields All together, 1 -2-3. .. The sculptors and artists of tomorrow P1-acticc makes perfect. begin here. wil X wg ,-?i Mr. Dwight M. llollancl iifsfw i - Mr. B. E. Scott Mr. Kelly Crump Our industrial arts program is based on the concept that high school students should be ac- quainted with simple tool skills. The instructors in this department strive to give us a background that may someday be of benefit in our vocation. Under the supervision of our instructors, we are free to create our own projects and to use the materials we prefer. Even though all of us Will not become skilled craftsmen, the training we receive in indus- trial arts undoubtedly makes us better equipped for adult life. These students are practicing the Industrial arts students learn mr art of metal Working. Chine skills. I TUDE T COUNCIL Every member of the student body is a member of the Student Government Association. The Student Council is a group elected by the students to represent them. These are the leaders of the Student Government Association and must, therefore, be above reproach in every way. The Student Council is a legislative body. Its job is to provide needed regulations. The regulations must meet all the vital phases of our high school life. The organization exists because it gives each students opinion a means of expression. Through the efforts of our representatives, we are assured a voice in the government of our school. ' This has been a year of progress for the Student Council. lt has strived to serve more adequately as a co-ordinating body for various clubs and to be an effective group for cooperating with school authorities for the common good of the institution. The Council has served as the core for school-sponsored activ- ities. It is responsible for conducting daily devotions, freshman orientation, Social Standards Day, College Day, all school-wide elections, the student handbook, as well as promoting an adequate social calendar. The governing body emphasizes scholarship by awarding pins to students with superior scholastic averages and also by awarding scholarships to deserving seniors. It promotes the responsibility of voting in school elections. In the last Student Council convention students were familiarized with voting ma- chines provided by the County Board of Elections. VVe are proud of our Student Council for it has instilled in us a cooperative spirit, a loyalty to our virtues of character, scholar- ship, culture, and Christian service. MR. RALPH HODCES, Adu isc r Bob Hughes, pI'C'-Ylflllllfg Tfl.'!l.S'llfL'l'j jimmy Lane, 15? Bonnie Chandler, Vice -President, Iudy Stutts, Sccrctaryg Phil Thomas, Store Manager. " 32 QI 'ST'J Sczltcd: lo Ann Rico, Cc-rclcla Hnglic-s, Bill Robinson. Sfllllllillglf Kcnton McCartncy, Bill -loyncr, lionniu ClI't't'L'll, Ronnic Birlrllv. Smfrcl: Gloria Sinitli. Nan Trac-lioy, Susan Hadley. Standing: Bill Eva-rall. Loretta Clarni-r, Anita Bulla, Viukic Hudson, Jucly llnlnson. Xlbslvy Scxton. 'U-"5 Mi, Smztrrl- Sandra cl.lI'll'l', Suv llunt. lionniv Sr-lnx'a1'z. Sfrmclimu: Hngli llolnvrts, Tolnmy Rcclcling, Morris Tlloinas, Artliur Trogqlon, Brougliton Sellers. V75 'vs ur! SFIIILPIIJ Barbara Harris, Carol Smitli, Caroline XVatson. Stzlnding Mark Ylblfc, Dailey Dcrr, Peter BUltlllliS. 33 S i x X X , -Q x X W X X Y 'x i X XX W i 1 -' wi ik. 4 I ! unll""" sp MISS QSHEBORO BONNIE cHANDLER, 11MMY ,LANE no nf- X ' N Qdi ' ,. W T --., ul yt H '-11 pl www.. gs, L Q 1. -wmv-n-.JN M ,Www uf 0 wwfyga-fa s r 1 Y aw H.. s"TL 4 ff M J . ,. , N , My ,, ., 7 W f- .V ,' , m, , ,, ,eww .. A i 'A -X 42' xr W H ,L+ . '13-bi. 5- : 'i , 2-1 ff' Wwgp . 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S 1 , . ix !f W W' :fn 1 i 1 EE Y ,I is si CLASS OFFICERS mlnm' Dlllili S IOR CLASS 11M 1-N VII?- ANNii'I"l'lC HSSICK BARBARA HARRIS 47 l'r1'.s'iflw11t l'rw.vidf'n! St'l'fCftlfIl 1'rca.s'un 'r Betty Josephine Benbow Kenneth Bay Bennett Robert Franklin Bird Edwin Marshall Blanton Ernest Randle Beane XVilliam Darrell Beane Norma Sykes Behrens lwx ,-an-0 SENIGR E , l it ,x ,Q Annie Magalene Barbee Betty Anne Barker Adina Vivian Bean w v joseph Guy Abernathy Brenda Snow Ambrose William Thomas Auman Lloyd William Baird, Ir inf' S-5' y 3 Shelba jane Bonkemeyer Anne Walker Bortner Bonnie Sue Brady Elizabeth Anne Briles Everett Lee Brim Samuel Carlton Bristow Mic-lmcl Odell Broadwell S NIGR o , - ' 0 M 3 Iames Orva Brown X Lind ""' r' Black Bullock MQW? Peter Hendrik Ian Bultliuis Linda Dixon Burklieart Mattie Sue Burrow Cliarles VVillium Burrows Angela Carpenter Ma1'garc-t jane Carter NVilliam Almcr Carter, Ir. Patricia Annu Caviness Bonnie Annette Chandler Emma Louise Cheek Paul Philip Cheek SE ICR Carolyn jane Chisholm Larry Paul Chriscoe D, Martha June Chriscoe 4,1 Lula Anne Chrisley jackie Odell Cole Kenneth VVayne Cooper Robert Vernon Councilman James Warren Edmonds Reba Annette Essick Lillie Frances Fairclotll Mollie Rae Caddis Sandra Lee Dollyhigll .Celia Ieanette Dunn Sylvia Mae Dunn i Q SE IOR Susan lane Curran Dailey jonathan Derr Edgar jacob Derr Charles Edward Cox Leonard Monroe Cox Linda Ann Cox Lee Page Croom H Mary Ianct Harris Linda Kay Hauser Sylvia Dianne Hendrix Philip Milton Henley john Thomas Hamilton Alfred Thomas Harris Barbara Lee Harris f SEN IOR john Irving Hall Larry Iames Hall Jerry Kenneth Hamilton Thomas Michael Caddis Annie Lee Garner Wade McClendon Goins Thomas joseph Hackett Phyllis Lorraine Hepler Tommy Ioel Hicks Bobby Franklin Hill Glenn Clifton Hill is 4 Io Anne Goins Hill Mary Lou Hinshaw E 17' Tommy Ann Hollingsworth ,NS i1-' . r r is ,ir, ' Ohm Gerald Hubbard H yirii . is Q e NHHCY Flflyd Huggms Robert Knox Hughes 1ss,:: gg:sir.2f.ff" ::r,, H , fxiilfiaif riiiii i Roberts Lee Hughes, Jr. William Franklin Hughes Brenda Joyce Humble John Mack Isley, Ir. Emma Dyanne Jackson Judith Catherine Johnstone Brenda Marcella Jordan EdwaQ -Baxter Jordan Nancy Lee Judd Roger Martin King Barbara Jean Kinney SEN ICRS John David Lamb James Randolph Lane, Jr. Lynda Gayle Lane William Jennings 'NJ Lane, Jr. . Richard Craig Lanier John Charles Hugh Laughlin Cecil Berry Lee Hilda o IcNe1ll . 1 8 ecil Henry Mlness James Albert Martin We-" Shirley Keith McIntyre Wanda Leigh McIntyre Priscilla Ann McNeace SENIOR VVhitman Powell Loflin Brenda Alice McBride jerry Thomas McDowell V , Mertie Barbara Lee Katherine Linda Lewallen Larry Norman Lewis Cornelia Iona Loflin as , ,I 1 as 1-and l I ,',, XVilliam Ilomer Osborne, lr. Evelyn Janette Owens Stephen Thomas Palmer Carolyn lane Parsons Glenda Ruth Phillips B' Marsha Delores Poole Eleanor Frances Prevatte Bryson Henderson Moore Donald Edward Moore Vera jane Moore Polly Ann Morgan xx N 5' NS 2 S X QP s XS R vsixix 1. xx 1 X X N 5 N , "',ZI', 'XXX 1 ' 1 X X. PTA - . N , . - . , if '- Z Qi i - f P' . f . Talmage VValkcr Redding, Ir. Dallas Rudolph Rich Larry Ioe Rich Betty Joanne Richardson Nancy lean Richardson WVilliam Eugene Ridge Carolyn Laine Robbins S NIOR Howard Franklin Robbins, Ir. Larry Allan Roddy Barbara lean Rosser jerry, Clark Rowe Judith Kay Russell Linda Elizabeth Saunders Brenda Kay Sexton Anna Marie Shaw William Bennett Shelton Dorothy Elizabeth Slate George Danny Smith Sandra Carol Smith Clarence Mahlon Snider Peggy Anne Snow SENIQR Dean Ledbetter Spinks Patsy Ann Spivey Hilda Ann Staley james Claude Stanton, III lRichard Wilson Stocknerx fy, ,..., g Frances Lynn Stone Wanda Marigjtout ,',,.... x joseph Ray Tysor Felice Dianne Underwood Lindell Frances Upp Clyde William Upton Linda Mae Trogdon Carol jean Trotter Mary Ruth Tucker SENIGR Frank Auman Teel Kermit Maurice Thomas james Vernon Trogdon jean Carolyn Strider Linda Ann Stringer Richard Lee Surratt Edward Forest Swicegood, II Mark Gregory Wolfe john Herman Wright, Ir Lucy Brenda York Tommy Lynn York uf Edward Lee Wheless Rebecca Susan Williamson Sylvia Ann Winslow - Q SENIOR 'lames ,9Q1Q11..3Yayi.,J?:w Thomas Melville Vick Rebecca Louise Ward Elsie Caroline Watson David Elliott Way Wwinitlm Bernice Weaver, III Charles Stephen VVelch 11 'gyfaiiff' .FH x Q me . . 3 an--7' WM. as H' v 9 wr I - " , I4 m ., 5, ga- ' ,L.X AL.. wwf, ..- 4...-avi' A Q X f Q vqmwvw. .,. . fi' .iw " ' 'Q i Q 'N 1 .v 4 . 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XVhut cvcr made me take this job? x X X 5 E 5 mm A S, TUAW, 'UIQ' 'SQ' CLASS OFFICERS 'HOIHKIS l'IIU'X1:XS JU 1011 CLASS W lfli'XIfS'I'INl'f IKHUXYY IIUKLH li0liICli'l'S 63 3 if I'r1's'i1I1'nf 1'l'l'NItll'Ilf S.-rrrfflry 'I'rv11.xun'r 3 15 4 P 31 DJ 93 ,z K 4 1 Q' .ap vi. 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I.. , K su., ,., 1 Q-,f Phil Kemp Dianne Kenna-dy Pat Kcnncdy lladdiv Kidd llic-lizn'd Kunlivl Y llichard Lainlv ri. Carolyn Lassitcr Indy Lassiter Danivl lA'0l12ll'Ll Indy Loutrcl Bobby Lowc jcrry R. McNeill Martha Marion Indy Mm-acliani l"crrcc Millvr Mary Ann Mint-r Linda Moffitt johnny Moody Larry loc Moody Roy Moody Br-ily Ivan Mcirm' Nancy Morris Golda Morton Brenda Munn P 4-' 'va g, 2 41 Q 4 B wtf A9-Sw JJ Jane Hughes Ceorgc Hunsuckcr Betty Hunt Sue Hunt jimmy Hutson Leon Ingold Nancy Ivey Diane johnson Larry O. Jones Larry NV. jones Samuel jordan Billy Kearns y. : 5, S Qs-.V '- 9' Ann Murray Phyllis Myers Ianct Nanuey Jerry Navy 15. gi. johnny Needham Carol O'Brient Mary I0 Olivo Charles Owen Brenda Parks Iackie Parks Carolyn Phillips Patricia Poe Tecldy Powers Rudite Prcimats Cc-uc Presuell Bcity Pugh Bryan Pugh Nancy Ray Tommy Redding Bernice Rich Linda Robbins Hugh Roberts Dorothy Roeclel Arthur Ross s..' jane Rush Bill Russell Sue Scarboro Bonnie Schwarz Broughton Sellers Linda Shanas Tony Shane Bill Shaw Eunice Shaw Ieannette Shaw Walter Shirley Anne Shreve Pam Siler jerry Sloat Martha Smith Martin Smith Ronnie Smith Barbara Spencer Hilda Spivey Gayle Starcher Linda Staton Vivian Staton Silma Lee Stine Larry Story Ronald Strayhorn Freddy Strohmeyer Indy Stutts Brenda Suggs Jessie Surratt jimmy Thomas Morris Thomas Phil ffhoinas -TIL' jo Thorn urg Patricia Thornburg Tony 'liliivaiclgill Pat Usscry jimmy Vuncanon jimmy NVaclo Carolyn XVallccr Elizaluotli XVulker Kr-nncth NValkcr 1 Y i Mita-licll Vllalkcr Cliarlcs YVarcl N Larry Ward Limla XVluitalwr 'Op- i s., 'ig Louise XVilkcrson Barbara VVilson Kx Iakic WVilson Patty NVils0n Cla-ncla Xvlllllllljlllill llonnic XV0ocllcy ght Frank XV ri Harolcl XVrigl1t Larry XV. XVrigl1t Sliirlvy XVrigl1t Lincla Yates Martlia Young Lincla Yow I rn. "7 Y' 3'-4 x swf in Y'-wr Carol Tillman Cvralclinv Tollisun Icrry Tollison Arthur Trogdon Bonnie Trogclon Pam Trogdon PC5I,f1y lllltll Trogclon Sallie Trogdon , loc Turner ' Niki Underwood ' Tcrry Underwood Richard Upclyke 1 'Q -an ,Q Ns... i I ,,, 4 i f 1 - l 4, if 13- .K 'P x X uf-f-,A 'Wh qw, V4 ss nr' I if i xx - - ? T 5 5 5 gg . f i Sl f 3 1 fu . K 5 - ,. , , g . , 2 li 5 g g Qi A 'f W 5 'i i ff? ik 4 Q. 5 if E E si es H -w wang is XVN My I, I 5 5 i x 2 5 Z E 5 X 2 5 f 3 n Q 5 5 4 QPHQMQRE CLAS W CIIASS OVFICIQIIS S XXI HU! IXLJX Xu llI'QliI'l.lJ,-X IILTQIIFS SUE KICAHXS A 69 I'r:'si1lf'nt , , -I rcwlrfwuf Sl'1.'l'L'flll'lf TI'l'1l-YUfI'I' if 1 1 N.. 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Owvns Dean Parks Paul Parsons Rcgis l'arsonR Iurry Paul Iuy Paym- Linda Pi-4-lv Hvrnarml Phillips Carolv Pooli- v-1 Ea? . Q fs.. sw,- ' . ,X ,i vig: .xii 3 Nm ""x: my tw .v- x.. Q..- 'hs' be il. i"'2v,j 5. 4 '- jucly lil-lily Stow- XV1-1-ks Saxmlrxi lllvlcli 'Tony NVhitukvr B4-ttx' lVhitlmck llfwlxlmy NYl1it9ti11v G4-urgv lllCil.ll'Kl lYhitwu l'.u1l4'itL' lVl1itwm'tl1 Pntwy XVilliums Slmrcm VVilliums Clmrln-Q Xlbmllz-y Paul Xlbulvy Crcgury NVright juycc- XVri1.Iht Larry XVrigl1t Curulyn Yutvs Jimmy York UI" Ronnie- York 'Y""I' Q..- 6: .gg 'L X wr S. ' i um. ws Q. 'YL'-f V 'fu- , .11 NNY . Vitgsfi Gloria Smith lame- Smith jimmy Smith Stow- Smith Millie Snead Carol Stalvuy Louis Stalvcy Sally Stedman Eddie Steere Ella Stout Iudi Stout Billy Strider Gary Strider Phyllis Strider Diane Stroud Linflu Stultz Palm SUIHS IOL- Swamvy Namcv Sxvznu-y Nan Tmicliey lg , C. L. Tcilllvr Boyd Thomas Eldoru Thompson Fnyr' Clurul Tlmmpsrm Crrsmv Tlminpsun Hrvucln 'I'l1m'nhur51 Tommy Tollwrt Cussnmlra Tnlm' Patricia Tmgdfm Vic Tmgdrm Iimmy illl'UlllllQf'l' Larry Trotter VVultvr Tuckvr 11 Willa Dvzm Tlll'l1L'l' Bill "UT1t'hn1'b'h""' 79 1. A, M , ,A ,. :za aw ASHEBORO HIGH SCHOOL BA D 1"ir.s't Hour: jumlcl, XVrigl1t, 'I'c-au-lwy, I,2lIlU, Cooke-, Stedman, SUFOIICI Rout Koller, Bcnm-, Itvnnpmn, NViIson, NVootlrut't', Imwis, Stout, Swann, Bcrlinvr, Furlow, Hughes, -I. Launh. Tlzirrl linux: liullu, I"lt-nnikvn, XVzulm-, Clrzlvvs, ,I. NYAQIL-, l"rc-uxmlll, Allrc-cl, Curtis, Fm-zur, Mau-on, 'l'oHison, liivln, King, Cox, l3urlnnn, c:I'1'l'lH', Malduris, Brown- NVoodIcy. 190111111 Row: Lannb, liolnnmon, Dildy, j. SXVLUIII, S. XN'ilson, Nance, Aulnun, Pugh, XYulke1', Up- L'lllll'l'll, Mr. Doolittlv, hltlllllltlll, Hannilton, Durllznn, Holt, Mr, Fit-lds, Tysor, XVcst, C. Brown, McNulty, I.. Wright, lt. Rich. r 1 A , 3: t gig , A A A A f t A if N 5 Ei i CHAPEL BA First Raw: Cooke, Tcnchcy, Keller, Beane, Bullu, Rcmpson, Lamb, Lewis, Swaim, I. Lamb. Svrmlrl Itmu: Tysor, Pugh, Walker, Wilson, Tollison, Macon, Barham, Cox, Hnnnlton, Fcczor, lticll, Muclzlris, XVo0dlcy, Holt, 80 To stimulate school spirit, few things are so effective as the crisp notes of a march or the mellow theme of an overture played by the high school band. The Ashe- boro High School Band participates in many activities. Playing in at least six parades each year, for the school assem- lilies, and for concerts keep the band Well occupied. This accomplished group of musicians competes in the state contest and for the past three years has maintained a superior rating. l W v--0 ....V., hw 'Q' Q X COLOR GU RD Barliara Kindlcy, It-ssic Slll'I'illl, Bernice llic-li, Joyce Hunilvlc .4 V1 MAJQRETTE Stutts, cliicfg Morgan, Stedman, Hayworth, Staten, Shaw, Horner, Tollison. ld Don't lose that lmcat, manl Column right, march! -, I 6 5 C Qs fs -:O 'C if L1 he -o 5:1 cc '34-7 no-1 was f-C --'3'-D E-an ea' EE gun E ,"LU-4 EL? .4 'S . PIE fs? Cf- 95'- gl' SQCJ E' A1 'EE EMD .Z gg . rar 'EE ,QM 510 v-SQ." 5g 'IZ :AQ 5 brig 55" -. Ll!-4 :Tix OU .27 QE we V1 A .Eg -C G53 'IE .c 52, if .SVC III I . ll? gn-4 5 T' -nf EVE :cn Co Q2 :ig T22 CEE Cc OL. MP' 53 Pu! 0 ENS ww A56 C53 CQ .U as L: SE ECG O ,.-D FE 35 30 YZ Ee? --c: F-L 41.11 If you donat have a car, you must Walk. Where are your instruments, boys? 5 N XX The Thinker. ' Does anyone have a penny? I hope I don't get dishpan hands. 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M ,- X- v Wkflf. .d ' , .QAM ,lg If J , . , ,-WWA! 1,1 1 gg: Q-, xx Y 1 f I ' - it N - ., if N A ' 'xi' 1? gf 'Us --f ."v 5' -'-1, ' -- ,fxf 1 , . ,ff w 2 Q., - Xp B 555.1 ' V N i ,L if 1 Y.. V'a.5 -E, fi Q. -" V .L ' X - N gf fff f - ' " Q'-- - f Z A - XX Xxx J'N ,QQ , k i -5 EA .gs 3 vziw fff -65,1334 Q 1. , iw "vs fa W L ,1 ,im A. ,f:,wim,n gg fvgl5,ffyM'-an Hi: 1. 4? iw, M A -Q 'IVV V' - I MRS. MARY B. MCKINLEY DWIGHT M. HOLLAND MRS. BARBARA B. HILL XVILLIAM F. VAN HOY, .IR Copy Adviser Layout Adviser Busirlcfss Adviser Adviser Seated: Caroline NVatson, Angela Carpenter, Carol Tillman. Standing: Mark XVolEe, Sam Cranford, Phil Thomas, Henry Hnrsch, Martin Smith. ASH-HI-LIFE STAFF liclnlic Derr, Peter Bulthuis, Dailey Derr. Seated: Lee Page Croom, Sallie Trog- don, Evelyn Owens. Standing: Sandra Carter, Maggie Barbee, Norma Behrens. I' v l'll1' 'Xsll Ili f Ii il l3lll5lISlllil lux tlli iuiirnanllwl class, is lllc' lim-sl nc' . quail lmppvnings ul .-Xslwlmm lligll Si-Iuml. 'l'lii- paipvr is f'ii'c-iililtml llll'HIIU,llHlll Klum' SlIIlli'lll lmmlx' mul is ri-:ul lux 4 ull sluilinl It is also ills lrilmlul lu miglulmring xilmuls in vxvlngilugi- lm' ilu-nr pznpvrs. llus pull llihllilill ilii-ri-4181's thi- we-lmol spirit imil lim-1-ps thi- stmlvnts informi-cl witli nm- 2lllIllllt'1'. ASH-I-II-CHAT -v. Q15 l M,'5J- '23 E. lxlllii Nlllilllilqlrj FAlRCLfDTII S!'tlf1'll.' Nivvrs, nrt mlitm-1 Hull, sports vclitorg Stcmo, Brilvs. cu-c'cli!ux's, llyrtlv, lu-nd typistg Uncl- AfXfI1'j,5-4'y- clis, luiisiluiw lll2lll2lQl'l'1 llimtirw, lil'.llllI'l' 4-flitm: 5f11miin,Q: SlAll'L'lli'I4. IICXYS mlitorg Bultliiiisx B011- nvtt, pic-turu i-clitor: .lUl'flllIl. xpurts mlitmt Cliriscoc, licual typisi.. 7 A 4 141 L. -...,,s -ps- 'in' 313.329 m Aw. f L IOlll'llLlliSlll shiclvuts tailw timc out to l'XLlIl1illL' tlwir finisllcil 1Jl'0ClllCif. Billy Ridge President K X Q' Tommy Hicks Vice-President Ierry Hamilton Secretary Philip Cheek Treasurer joe Abernethy Peter Bulthuis 'ri in , Sam Cranford th Dailey Derr . f lf" Billy Hayworth .8 " Bob Hughes 'Tw Don Hu hes Ben Ieniins . ,Vl gy.. f Ei an , 5 g DL r - 4 VZ: longs - i ii' .E wa.r Ior an ar- I Aviv 3 K g L 1 W I as 'E x, X . gg, f an. R 5 R' 1 tw Bill Joyner A. Ra L muy Lane - --- r '-if M ,: A, , t- Ilimmyhllsane . mn . P unmy a 4 v. r . Dean Spinks Morris Thomas Phil Thomas Q: 2' s i'-. S is Y KEY CLUB Mr. William F. Van Hoy, Ir. Sponsor The Key Club, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, is an oganiz- ed group of boys who strive to be useful to the school and com- munity. They perform such du- ties as compiling and selling the student directory, caring for the school flag, cleaning the school grounds, and keeping order at football games. S rr-Mgr jerry Tollison 89 Howard Redding Tommy Redding Hugh Hoberts Billy Robinson Broughton Sellers Martin Smith .31 Rusty Walker Mark NVolfe Richard Carter W if :el Zu .. Q 5 . Q . xx 25, Ki ,.,,, A l 4- 55 .hkv - K. g if A ei we Q 8 .,,,- if Q f '-v-.K johnny Wright f HARRIS ' ' President T -:I ' N BARBARA BQ: ,Q 'X NANCY IUDD A - Vice-Prc.s'i1icnt .,. N FUTU CHERS PATRICIA NEAL 7 4" Secretary AMERICA MRS' KWTIE 1- CAVICNESS Sponsor i A 5 A ' I is .S :J 1 'OL wx S' f ' .Pg A I if A 'f A - - A -'-.. xx A-JL. FRANCES LINDA Cox BETTY BARKER BARBARA CAHOL SIXHTH BRENDA STONE Librarian Song Leader KINNEY Pianist AMBIKTSE '1',CaSu,.c, Historian Ilo11.w' Clmzrnmn Tho Futura- 'ibut-lit-i's of AllIL'l'lL'1l offvrs to juniors and te-ncliors sponsor a Buck-to-School Dum-0, Twirp Dance, and sc-uiors tht- opportunity to cxplorc tout-liing as it vocation. AI11Cl'IL'i1ll llclucation XVCCli. Tho girls uttcncl tho F.T.A. con- l'hc' cluh I'lll'Ulll'ilgK'S young pooplv to flow-lop tht- Cllill'1lL'ICl'IS- volition ouch your, :incl at Christmas they show nppmciation tics worthy ot it tonclicr. During the school your future to tcacliors as well as hclp with the Christmas Cheer Program. . 4 First row: Pugh, Hvnry, Unclvrwoocl, Ct-utry, Tilhnnn, Ffiifcloth. Chix- Curran, Cuvint-ss, Essick, Hohson, Cnrpvntcr. Chzmcllcr, Stutts. Fourth hohu, llivlumlxoii, llpp, llolliuqsworth, Swiirirl rout XVntNon, Crooxn, row: Yam-S, I. Shaw, Wilson, O'Bricnt, Ilunt, Loutrcl, Cooke, Moorc, xtou, li. Slinw, Phillips Ilvuson, Stringt-r, L, Trogclou, Iloolccr, B, Prcimnts, VV11lkcr, S. Trogclon. Iiogtlou, Brilvs, Stout. Ililfll row: Mint-r, Lauic, Czulclis, Hinshaw, 90 .FUTURE BUSINESS LEADER OF AMERICA BRENDA YORK . ,.,...... President CAROL BYRD . , . . Vice-President ANNA SHAW . . . . . . . Recording Secretary SUSAN WILLIAMSON . . . .,,......, Treasurer The Future Business Leaders of America aims to train high school girls as capable, effi- cient secretaries. F.B.L.A. members gain actual experience by acting as secretaries and assistants EVELYN OWENS . . .... Corresponding Secretary SYLVIA DUNN . . ,...,...,. Parliamentarian ANN FORRESTER . . . ..,.....,.,.,. Chaplain POLLY MORGAN . . . . . ,..,... Reporter to the faculty. These girls work hard during football season selecting and putting together programs. s First row: Pyrtlc, Bchrr-ns, Morgan, Byrcl, Stalcy, Daw- Ambrose, Munn, Freeman, Johnson. Third row: Smith, son, Murray. Second row: Poole, XVilliamson, Dunn, Staton, Barker, Cornelison, Curran, York, Frye. A In X., 1 f First row: Thornburg, Suggs, Freeman, Hathaway, Spen- Third row: Underwood, Moore, Rosser, Hepler, McNeil, cer, Smut, XVrxght, Spivey. Seconct row: Owens, Tucker, Trogclon, Saunders, Hill. Fourth row: Trotter, Barbee, Shaw, Ward, Mclntyre, Dollylngh, Dunn, Forrester. Maness, Winslow, Powers, Sexton, Hooker, Watson. 91 ' -if WWTFITQI' TF f u 1 u n I I8 I usmcss T L 1 nouns m:mcA ' o s w 2 MRS. ANNE H. MOORE Sponsor Sire rf-ft .YV W .. fr,-,g . 1 'H . ,i '. ,' -1 -1 -A Y, WV . V 1 - - ... ..Yf.,t.Y:.....,..,...,-.. ... --'m g First row: Watson, Caviness, Chandler, Shaw, Stringer, Owens. Second row: Wolfe, Ridge, Derr, B. Lane, 1. Lane, Neal, Richardson, Barker. Third row: Morgan, Upp, Hamilton, Hinshaw, Humble, Trogdon, J. Carter, Smith. Fourth row: Coins, Poole, Kinney, Carpenter, York, Lee, Hughes, Brown, B. Carter. First raw: Lee Page Croom, Program Chairman, Tommy Ann Hollingsworth, Vice-President. Second row: johnny Wright, Treasurer, jane Chisholm, Secre- tary, Miss Helen Bostick, Sponsor, John Laughlin, President. ,- W f sf- ,i .UE i' .,. A , . li -e 1 I f i f I Q V wi .lil - ,t -e,i,A,.,. .2 , Y if 'f ' K N... ., I i X . if al fi 1 I fx'l1',mm,J . BETA CLUB S The objectives of the Beta Club are to promote ideals of honesty, service, scholarship, and lead- ership among high school students and to reward outstanding scholastic achievement. The club also aids students in continuing their education after high school. For this purpose the group has a scholarship and a loan fund for those students who desire financial assistance. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA The Future Homemakers of America is a national organization of students study- ing homcmaking in high schools. This organization Works toward better home and family living and offers opportunities for the development of leadership and social qualities. Some of the activities and projects of the club are helping a needy familv at Christmas, having a Christmas banquet, selling candy, giving a Mother-Daughter Banquet, sponsoring National F.H.A. WVeek, and presenting a gift to the home eco- nomics department. X 2 I A 4-iw I , , . pa . ' I A f ' i 2 .Nj -Q -N jr ' L. K , .3 .Y X im ,h M V ' an 5. s :,,i.,gs! A 33- N N as A vs i 4? ,s as s. ,V I . 1 A ' -z ' - V . . K ..., 1 sf- 1- H. 25? M' .- A A I ' I 1,1 LINDA MOFFITT IEIIRIE SUE DUN N .,,., . CKRJLLO A afrA1s1megzc..gQe?fl.. MARY TUCKER . VIVIAN BEAN . . President Vice-Presic1'er1t ii. 1366515 , Treasurer Song Leader rvti Cf AUSER , . . .,.....,...... Historian ANN WARD ....,....,.... Parliamentarian MISS ICLIZABETH PHILLIPS Co-Sponsor MRS. DORIS NVRICHT ......,. C0-Sponsor c V 1 I. 1 f .- LJ if 9, M! I Q I 2 p... I -i--.. .....-.-..,- First l'OlU! I. Moody, Mc-Neill, H- ' - 'nelison, S. Tatum, Ilocdcl, Undcrwoocl, XVard, 'S auscr, C. Maness, Tnckt-r, lXIoffitt, Secoricl mir: Mil cr, Cravcs, Flenniken, Long Poe, Trogdon, Dcmpscy, Grant, XVinningham, Beane, L. Tatum, Key. Tlzirzl row: C. Robbins, E. Robbins, C. Morgan, Xllglgck, a Pugh, P. YVhitworth, Hendrix, XVilliams, Burgess, Dildy, Kinney Hardin. Fourth row: L. Kccling, Bullins, C. Morton, Hudson Freeman. Craven, Morton, Lcwis, Phillips, Harris, Silies, David- son. Fifth 7010! I. Stout, Dixon, Dunn, C. Keeling, B. Morgan Stout, Moody, Sisk, Payne, Smith, Thornburg, Hancock. 93 I l"ir.s'l l'lHI'J lrlssiek, Yow, Amin-ws, Joyner. MeCrath, Iloling, swim, shaw, Melntyre, Dollyhigh, Trogdon,'Carter, Sc-arboro, YViIIizunson. Moore, Miller, Pllflll. Seeoml row: Brown, Clark, Stringer, O'Brient, Stamliug: Crawford, I.ane, XVright, Spinlcs, Llllljlllllll, If.. Derr, IJ. I?-IQILQS, Underwood, Hunt, Shaw, Staten. Third row: Gaddis, Hin- Derr MO ITORS' CLUB A The Monitors' Club, under the supervision of the Stu- dent Couneil, strives to maintain traffic control in the sehool and keeps a strict cheek on all passes issued by f teachers to students during class periods. This service ulti- 5 mately leads to a minimum of students in the hall during class time. The club endeavors to promote a true sense of eo- - operation between the students and the faculty. BOB HUGHES Student Council JIMMY LANE . , . Vicc'-Pr'esident Coorllirmtor BONNIE CHANDLER . , , President QL NANCE ...., . . Secretary CAROLINE NVATSON . Treasurer :naw , 9 WR r V' I f.A C .Ni 1 I MRS. MARY B. MCKINLEY Y W Sponsor First row: VVoIfe, Leonard, Ridge, Hicks, Lassiter, Trogdon, XViIIi:uns, Sexton, Upp. Second row: Robinson jordan, Lemons, Lester, Carkalns, Clodfelter, Grant, Parllam, Staten, Third row: Havens, Kennedy Hughes, Gardner, Qett,7MePl1erson. Fourth row: Bennett, Harseh, Cox, Jordon, Strolnneyer, Gad dis, Class, Osborne,'Kunke. 94 N 5 1 s 3..Q Q 'v LJ ,I f' ir- THE IH TRlBUTTVE EDUCATKD CLUB Scwfvtl: Dcmpsvy, Hudspcth, Brown, Lof- lin, Snow. Slzlmlilig: Wilson, Hauser, Burli- hcart, Robbins, Mt-Briclc. Svnfcd: Blanton, XVriglit, Moorc-, Kivctt. Standing: Edwards, Thomas, Bcaslcy. 'lim' st sf -The ainls of the Distributivc Education Club arc to establish a better public rclationship ainong schools, businesses, and communities and to give training to studcnts who desire cart-ers in distribution. A follow-up survey of all distri- butivc cdut-ation students is conductccl annually. The Bosses, Banquet which honors the students' employers is the highlight of each year. Gifts of food and clothing are presented to a needy family at Christmas. Sfancling: Mrs. Barbara B. Hill, Sponsor, Moffitt, Lc- wallcn, Upton. Scrltccl: Richardson, Trogdon, Cain. DIVERSIFIED GCCUP TIGNS CLUB Tlin' Divc'i'sifivcl Oc-cnpaltions Clnli c'nclcw1x'oi's lo rlirc-c-t, guide: and 1-cllicnltv its invinlivrs for full-tiinv 1-iiiployiiiviil lwy provicling ll part-tiinv joli of lllll'l'CSl along xvilli vliissrooin lIISll'lll'llHll. 'l'licw14-tivitic-soltlivc-luliinclnclm-tln-Yom-altionail lnclustriul Clnli Stun' Convention, tliv Cliristinus Clivvr Fund, and tliv clnli lmnquct. BS! MR. MICRTON II. BRANSON Symrisor Smltwrlz Burrows, Moody, Cox, Iluglivs, Hunimonrls, Davidson, S1'1'on1I rout Nc-Ocllimn, llill, llvuiiv, Ingolcl, Clorlfvlt4-r, xVillli0l'. Tliirrl row: Parks, Mum-ss, Harris, Vuncainnon, Murray. Swrzfrrl: A, liclinoncls, lic-aim., Hummrdh Standing: I- Edmonds, Srvllvzl: Crzinl, llov, 'l'rog1lon, ulaclwon, Sfnmlingr llicli, Bristow, Sinitli Marion, Cllllllk'llIllLlll. Nliniiingliauii. IKIIIT G 'www www- L03 O a IKINTI , "yUv.m' W:iX',rsZ l'liilip Koi BOYS' MO GGR M CLUB jlililli HOXYIC l',-,gg-iflfinf lull XX llFfl,I',SS yi1.t.-1',-,umlf-:if I,.XlllH lllllilhlllllf S1w'1'wz'r11'11!l'1'i'11,x1li'r'r Q ,Ioliimy Bairiif-5 l'liilip lls-iilvv l.lllll4'l' lfriln llugli llmmlmwls lflil llllIil'U 'l'cmimy llic-ks lN1urris 'llllUlI1llS ,I0llll lllilluclc Voimny llmlcling up 'J x '-3-N Q iiiltmi lyilll Pliil 'l'liumiis llivligml C.iii'tvr Nlaiiliii Smilli 1 l'luil Num-1' ' ww ii Corn lJ.i .J . . Spmiaoi' 'Xlii-li.1i'l Slrqiylu ,Ivrr ,,.. WI! 3' MclJmx'c'll Bill Baird ,liilumy Nloocly jimmy Billy 13,6 Lunc- Lum: D4-4111 Spinks Billy Ridge Philip Clic x, QQ l Sum Crz GIRLS' MO OGRAM CLUB Patricia Hobson Tommy Ann Hollingsworth Judy Loutrel Shirley McIntyre Karon Clodfeltcr Loc Pago f,ll'O0lll letty Pugh ancy lichardson pg R h Martha Young IANET HARRIS , Prrwirlmll XVANDA lNlL'lN'l'l'Rl'l l'f1'1'-l'r1',x'ill1'r1t ANGELA CARl'lCN'l'lCR Szwrrflrlry MARY .IO OLIVO Tr1'asurr'1' CAROL '1'll,l,M.-KN CllIl11IHiIl Patricia Blanton Susan XVilliznnson Jane us Sandy Henry Anna Shaw '.,. s.. Brenda Suggs lxllxx Allj.fl'lyIl Niki Underwood l'lN'l" Sponsor Q9 Fuyr' llivlss Lnu: Cliisholm Margie Clnlsco Carol O'Bricnt Rudite Preimats Gail lfostc-r Gail Harris A Q ' I . 0' ,-. In I' r ,' 1 ww . 1" s. ,, Xp-'xw'A 4" ,M 'A X. Y A1 'I We-W wp may ,N , 1, J. if . ae.,-M W my-W" , S , + D , -rf i 1 1 f n 2 ,fm VJ , M I " '1:w55,?t,E? .' fi? X i Q Q. X. , f 4 M ,. I J 'Y"'?fLWf s, 'z f'7I"" '. . - 7.3 fv- , ,. 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W H15 A K, if-P wi f 3 :T , -L11, 1 ',:: bcl. ilg' K 9 f 14 3, 4 Q S 4 5 3 'S' 3 'Q' L gl EF ---A-1253, mgg an- 25 K---... ' Zi.-,ff -.."" .rr dh, First 1'0ll,7f Robinson, Anmnn, Swicc-good, llotlgvs. Svrnrul row: Mrs. linhy 'l'. Rich, Siiorisoix Mr. Phillip A, Sunfortl, Cl. E. Arluiscr Loonzlrcl, Brown, Drrrr, Lzuiglilin. Mr. Ch-nn lfox, Sponsorg Mr. NVilliznn P. Solncrs, U. E. Afluiscr. 'l'ht' SL'iClli't'-NltltllCI112ltil'S Cluh is organize-cl for tlw purpose of furthering tht- int:-rvst of its inc-mln-rs in tlw fivltl of sc-ic-m-0 and ninth. Stimulating speakers in this nrt-it nrt- invitvcl to visit tht- c-huh uncl to lctul inforinqitivc cliscnssions. Thr- invnilwrs gain lxnowlc-clgv in all scicntific- fic-lcls und clcvclop thvir zlhilitics in scit-iitit-il, thinking. This clnlu is vo-sponsorc-cl hy Cl1glIll'Cl'S of the Local Concrul l'llt'L'tric' plant stuff. SCIENCE-M THEM TICS CLUB 4 r r lx' i 1.1 sr-v ff '-'Q. First row: York, Stockn r. Brooks, 371-1-zor, Bidcllc. Svconcl row: Brink, Tvcl, Ross. Cucldis, Cox, jortlon. A '-K I 102 l l ll! Isl ' il 1 X 1 MISS HELEN BOSTICK MISS PATRICIA ELLIOTT 'MMM ...W. . T. , , , . . ,.,. . ,I,.,,, Sponsors First rmv: Forrostvr, Brilcs, Curpm-11tc'r, YVrigl1t, Tcmllisrm, Cill'lIt'f, Huglws, TIIOIIHHS, Fcvzor, INIyvrS. Svcontl TOIUJ Ikumw, Young. Ilulln II. Trogflrm, F11i1't-lotln, Iiortncr, HlII1NllL'liC'T, Czxrvin, Allrccl. Tlzircl row: BCLIIIC, Lassiter, Tl1orn- lmrg, Upp, l,.ll L', S. Trogclou, I.vo1m1'cl, l"11urtl1 row: Ijssick. Yuw, A11d1't-ws, Brown, Bullnctt, fILI1'SCll, Czulclis, SQ-:11'lwo1'o, Umlvrwoocl, Hunt, Carter. To i11c-1'n-uso tlu- i11t1-rvst of its 111c111lw1's in French culture U B is um- ut tlw pllrposvs ot thc F1'c'11cl1 Club. Tllc III6ITll'JC1'S also study F1'v11cl1 CIISIUIIIS and try lmctter to UHClCl'St2lHCl its people. l'lllL'll ye-111' tht- clulm spo11so1's scv01'11l projects. O110 ot these is tllc Nlurcli Gras Dzmcc wl1icl1 is an imitation of the Mardi CIIYIS i11 NOW Orleans. Flwf "UNT NVIILKIIY. 5YiV4'Y, Xvillklff, FFYC, LUSSHPT, SCl1W11f7, Hllll, j0l111st011c, juclcl, Barker, Rin-l111rclsm1, Cl1isl1ol111, Nvzxl. Fr11n'tlLImu: Illlllllw, YRIUN Sl'f'0Vlf V015 HPUSUH, Cvutry, USSCTY, 5lH1W, Stlll'L'l'lCX', Holli115Lswortl1, CTIHKIIII, Bc11m'tt, Harris, D41wsc111, XV1lClC, Q3ruoK's,1,Z Muc11'o, IIo0kcr, Vlilson, Cooke, Third row: Fostcr, Loutrell, Hnbgfm, Thrggdgill, , I PE PAL CLUB The purpose of the Pen Pnl Club is to eultivutc international friendsliip with our brothers throughout the world. XVith each letter exeliunged, lI1llOI'I111lfiUl'1 about that lIHllVlKlll1ll'S country is gained and ai deeper understanding binds our country to his. The Pen Pal Clubis project this year is to beeoine an-qua itrte with the customs and life of our world neighbors. l V' f fx M ix Q, h ..,. , ,554 . 5, X V . A 'O 4 ,,iii H T tt, . 'X x is ANN WARD L DA BBQ N MR. XVILLIAM F. VAN HON IH Us President ry Sponsor lr ELIZABETH YVILLAMS TUCKER THOMPSON N Vice-President Treasurer lust rrL': XVright, Swuini, Havens, Lee. Second row: Hardin, VVz1y, Coleman, Huy., ies x s Curner, Benbow, Burrmvs. Q lzrst row' Henson, B1-une, Staley, Harwell. Second row: Allred, Hardin, Henson, Rotdtl lluldlng., Tatum, Lester, Rice. 104 LIBRARY CLUB The Library Club, composed of libarry assistants working dili- gently to encourage students to use its many facilities, endeavors to give students a better understanding of its various operations and to assist students as well as the faculty in any way possible. The observances of National Book WVeek and National Library Week are two of their many activities. S Q wif L . K. . H -. - :KS I f' ' c Agzhy hbgb ri. or 43' JEAN COLE GAYLE STARCHER MISS MARY MOFFITT President Secretary Sponsor DXVICHT HOOKER SYLVIA DUNN Vice-President Treasurer Lethco, Cheeclc, Huggins, jones, Rosscr, Wright, F. Freeman, Strider, Thompson, .Faye Freeman, Ward, Campbell. First row: Hodgiu, Meacham, Ray, Stanton, Thornburg, Sloat, Smith, Brown, Second row. Allred, Cox, Hodgin, Thompson. 105 BUS DRIVERS' CLUB -. 1 11 2 S Pl 1. tial ff 4- an-r Huis clrivvrs hold om- of tin- most rm-sponsiimlc stucivnt positions in H10 school. Sc-vvrui iuiiiclrr-cl stuclvnts ch-pm-:ici rm tiwm for tiwir sufvty and wcii-living CiIll'iI1Q,'iilCi1' transit to und from sc-Izumi. Tin- rmimjvctixfc-s of this group arc lo UIICKDIIIYIQK' sufoty, coupciutimi, and dc- pc-mlqrimilily mr liw part of active- clrivcrs amd to iutvrvst utiicr ivspcwrisiiilc stuclcnts in becom- ing drivers. First row: Iomis, Hull, Hun-kvtt, Brown, Crzlvcn. Svcnncl rmu: Mr. Plim-mix, sprmsorg Stroiimcycr, Allred, lluntc-r., NV:1lkcr. 106 PETER BULTHUI Pctcr chats with a group of his friends ',fi-- ,,,,..s4fsl during his lunch period. 3 f. , . , lhis yt-ur Aslichoro High Sciiuol f , 5 cvhrhiutvtl its first your us ll mcmhvr 3 of thii fxII1Ul'iCllIl Fit-hi Sviwict' turd phiyctl host to its first vxciiuilgc stu- gl Limit, Pt-tvr Bulthuis, ii 1't-sich-lit of Xxx Nliclchilhurg, llcmihuitl. Pctcig ll tall hhmcl hwy with ii winning smilc-, has won miuiy' friviials with his mitlimi warmth amd fiticiiclliiicss. Pvtor has iwt-mm' gui uctivv im-iiiht-1' of SCYCIIII uhihs illCillliiIlQ tht- Stiiciviit Coiiiicil r amd Katy Cillil. llc is at cmisciclitioiis xw1'iwi' and is uicicti grcuitly hy his quit-is mimi and Illlfllllli nhiiity. H0 has iicqiiiiui much of tlw kilow- iccigc- and rihiiity' of his artist futhcr and is aiisu ai talhintuti miisiciuii and Lui iivici vnthiisiiist of muticrn jazz. Ihiving Pctcr ut :XSilCiNJ1'0 Iligh Scinml has hm-ii ii uniqiic c-xpc1'iviic-v for itil of llS auiti mimi wliit-I1 wi- impv is only in hcgiiming for timmy morc. ulvnt Cmiiivii pri-sich'nt. B011 Ilughcs, fiuts Pits: upuii his iiiix ii it Ulll I mi ' NL' it . W---.--..-.,.,,.,. . . A., Pttii thits xxith i ffimip of his fricucis Pl'tC'I'1ll'ld Nh: Phtwiiix discuss school activitics. chlriiigl his hurt-h pwiuci is iii g i 107 ,v nn OFFICE ASSISTANTS Cmm-Iism1, York, 81.11111 I3c'l1n'l1s, IJIIIIII. Morgan, 'lxlll'k1'l', lIcmk1'l'. l'uw4'l lll'1'lll1lIl, XYa1lkv1', xIllIlII. RADIO I TIT UTE lliiulmrcl SIOCkl1l'lA' lfmlrliv Swim-510041 I 2 ,ga x 'V'-2'Qip1+saxnV HQ al' sings! gfwfrw-m f ' f .L 5 n V n 1' "J 1 fe, ' Q n ' 1 1 49 l A Q S Q . , :gif , 'B - i Q,,aslf' CAFETERIA ST FF Nlrw. xlilfj' fjLlI'lt0Il,VN1l'N. lftlwl fTI'ilNi'Il, NIH. Ifxtcr c1klI'llPI4- Mrs. Lizzin- xiklllll. Mrs, Iivclyn IIHIIIZIN, 'Xlrx 11141 c.lll'l4'l'. NIV. l.luyd lI1ll'lllUIl, Mrs. lima' SHIIHI, Mrs. A1111 B2llLlXYiIl, Nix c:t'l'lI'llllL' Cassidy, Mrs, loin' lIz1m'0L'k. Mr. Alu Slmw. Hrs. Slll'IllUlHl1iil King, Mr. XYa1lfcr NVood. 3 35 ' El? QE 1 1 5 . if 'l i LH 1 E 1 ,, fx it Student Council President Bob Hughes eliecks last ininutc clianges in tlie seliedule. Rev. Paul lierrier speaks at tllc College Day assembly program. College Day, sponsored by tlie Student Council, is one of tlie most lieneficial projects offered to students of tlie junior and senior classes. On tliis day students are given tlie opportunity to gain information concerning tlie colleges in Wliicli tliey are interested. Representatives from colleges and universities tlirougllout North Carolina and neighboring states are present to liold informal sessions with prospective students and to supply answers I to questions about courses of study, requirements for entrance, tlie costs, seliolarsliips, and general campus activities. V 1 i ' 'iiiiild ' ' -S' ' . ts 5 I 1 va -mm.-wnnw M Bonnie Chandler welcomes tlie representa- tive lroin tlne llulte Scliool ot NIIFSIDQ. 5111111 WC Xvuit for 1110 I-CPI-CSQHMHVCP A7CllSCll5SlOI1 group questions tllc Nl alte Forest representative. X is, ss. 4 X - ts ,ms - -2 Futurc plans hcing cliscussccl ln' a Social Stanclarcls Day session group. Bonnic prcparcs to grcct vocational repre scntativcs. Social Stamlarcls Day is anothcr scrvicc projcct' spon- sorcml hy thc Stnclcnt Council. On this clay' all high school stuclcnts arc givcn thc opportunity to hcai' at lcast two spcaltcrs prcscnt opinions ancl facts conccrning thcii' spccific occupations. pXf'tci' thcsc two group scssions stutlcnts arc alilc to tallt inliorinally with thcsc spcaltcrs, thus gaining lIli'Ul'lllilll0ll for thcii' hiturc vocations. lionnic Chancllcr and Dailcy Dcrr chcclx thc list of l'Up1'C- scntativcs. Mr. Ylriglit, our pliotographcr, talks with an intcrcstccl group. ,f Stutlcnt Council officcrs go ovcr final plans. 'Pi 7 .1 STUDENT COUNCIL CONVENTIGN 'X QNXXK Why? Hurry up! I'm next. It's convention time again ' Q23 M V . .X ', 4 "Friends, Romans, Countrymeni Now how did that speech begin? And H1011 Wllllf, Steve? 112 Xi-N 1 42 1 ,UN B dwg A iimghxyi fi aw V Q Shangri-La, heaven on earth. JU IOR-S IOR PROM llefreslnnents under the stars. Q. :V-I m -"' King and Queen of the prom, jimmy Riddle and Nancy loyner. A never-to-be-forgotten night was the long-awaited Iunior-Senior Prom. Under the radient splendor of thousands of glitter- ing silver stars and gay japanese lanterns, juniors and seniors waltzed to the entranc- ing music of the Lenoir-Rhyme Dance Band. The mural picturing Fujiyama con- veyed the Oriental theme, Shangri-La. In front of this painting was an artificial pond with a sparkling red bridge and a water- fall. At the entrances were red torre gates decorated with japanese characters. Thus, on May 8, 1959, the activity room became a paradise. fx v -1 llct those iuniors really worked hardl 114 . iw- Q Wfatch those calories! N ,lj 'bf' aff, I' It seems to fit O. K. I hope mine looks as good. In the spring of '59 juniors took time out from their class rings rings was event was tion of the classes to he measured for their In September the arrival of the mot with eager clamor. This cliniaxed hy a formal presenta- rings at the Senior Ring Dance. SE IOR RI GS Tho senior ring is formally presented to the Seniors celebrate the arrival of their rings. senior class president. . 'XSL' 'a TV.-'51-'P' 3 E ,I i F ll if .ff , J ! I l E Q I . C A I v 5 i Tho '59 annual is cloclic-utcd to Miss Phillips and Mr. Hodges by thc co-cclitors. ffdridoig, ' M - f 41197 fi ."" 1 J ww fi K Wk' v X sf P' S' ,J sw' ii I Q -71 Miss Ash-Hi-Life, Phyllis Bullu, is crowned by Mr. Phoenix ut thc clzxncc given in her honor. .S 5 - 5' Mr. Stedman delivers an address to the incoming future teachers. Down the Mississippi . . . ...and, flll'thCl'IT101'C, I do pro- For me? mise. .. 117 ASSEMBLY PROGRAMS 511556 Q, Q nigff 57 iii' iS Sid' Sm f ii'- S 1 3? Ei 'i fx? S 5 i 32 ii: S iii S iff ii 432 S 2 53 I 5 Q V2 if Q E 155 v S ii iii S 5 wif 3 f sri X' 39,25 5-2 i me S S SW sim ,S S Y . 1. .5 S rift, ,Lug fy 1 l .1 Wai, ! lp. If XE. 1 V ,is s I just can't remember that line. The senior play, "Belles on Their Toes, was a delightful comedy directed by Miss Helen Bostick. The cast was as follows: Barbara Kinney, -lane Chisholm, Lee Croom, Nancy Richardson, Eddie Swicegood, Jimmy Martin, Tommy Ann Hollingsworth, Steve Palmer, ,lichard tockner, Eddie Derr, Tommy York, Iohn Laughlin, Dailey Derr, Lindell Upp, Bob Hughes, Mike Gaddis, Peter Bulthuis, and Berry Lee. in Thi- iimim' play, "Spring Fcvci',', was Q-oiisiclciwcl thai most cntvrtaiining play give-n at qXsiichom High SQ-luml in scxvizii yl'1ll'S. This hit porfui'iiiz1nc0 was iimici' thv ciipuhh- cii1'cc-tion of Xlrs. Xlairy li. Xin-Kiiiivy. Tlw mist ul- this 4-iiiuygihlc' cmnc-ch' im-ludcd tlw hrilciwiiig: lluiniiiy XYI'iQili. lulm Liuighiiu, D1-am Spinks, Nancy Rich- amlson, Bmhum Kinnvy, Dink Nilitsoii, Iam' Cliislmlm. Bvrry I,c-0, Limicfll Upp, Amin- I3m'tnc1', Dailey Dcrr, amd Boh Hiighcis. 1 4 f i L . rr' 'X vvgei HOMECGMI Wfhoops! Ilopc Pop iSI'l,f looking. Kay outshinvs amy star. Out with thv old, in with thy ng-xv Miss Elm- Ed, Iam: Kathleen, and Icrry pose for il picture with mixcd mwl! vmotions. -'f 1- Y' ' -. - x x-m 1 sl , - . A P11111 Vkllllillljl nu cntclcd hy Hmmxoom 106. 111011505 IIMC1- dont turn mt. mu, H mad! 1. . 120 Q v E I I M M , ..,.-,., ,.....f. W... ,....., .,,. ,Mm ,....,.. ,..,... WM... 1 5 t V- i - - nfMa'u:nrunu -nv 1- l l 5 i I t , . l. H ,- l 1 K I 1 - f ' tl y- . 1 I - I I Q - -.fx QQQ Mr. Stone expresses his gratitude for this great honor. lg -. i 75 in pf- I 'y mg Y' .5 -H -., vi- K, , ' X t " ' . , -- S 3 Mr. Stone is introduced by Mr. Frank Redding, Ir., Chairman of the Board of Education, in the dedication ceremony. Lee Jay Stone Stadium is the pride of our school and community. DEDICATIG OF THE LEE J Y STO E STADIUM As an expression of our deep appreciation and respect for Mr. Lee lay Stone, head of our athletic department, the new Asheboro High School football stadium was dedicated to Mr. Stone during the half- time activities of the first home football game. Mr. Stone - teacher, head football coach, and athletic director of Asheboro High School - has served untiringly and with distinction in our school since 1949. Because of his genuine love of youth and his unselfish devotion to their welfare, Mr. Stone has contributed everything within his power to pro- vide wholesome and well-planned recreation for the young people in our community. Our stadium, the most beautiful of its size in the state, has been so dedicated and shall always bear his name. Mfg The construction crew works through bad weather to meet the completion deadline. - W, Let ller go, duclcly-ol 'J A gl X 'Tw E lf The perfect ending Girls, girls, your slips ure showing! MHS. CAVENICSS 7 Mll. HOLLAND llirrfctors SENIOR HOWCASE A clwungc of the tempo and the mood of our nigllt timc activities is tllc Senior Sllowcusc. Unclcr tlnc clirccliou ol' Mrs. Cuvcncss uncl Mr. llolluncl this evening ol: stuclent talent, presented in colorful ucts, is allways an great success. NU! NU! I Cimgt Sit down! Cm-I out tlncrc :mil slop llll'lll hogs, soul 122 uv Linds of vlvllivnts. Tha' struggiv for vxistmicc' goes on continuulhx ',' frilifd . -, "X ui uv-'V ' ti--ff i.,-UV' ' .in-'f it -1' " U- X' V J' 'M I li x 7 1 I This projvct ilhistratcs tho power of thc . suns rays. 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Cfzlml NIk'c:I'ill'j', llvity Jilllt' Dulc-, Sllfllll IIUIITY, hiilfilyll Smith, Chief: P11111 Stults, Judy IIUIQS1111, -lucly XXTNQ. JU IOR VARSITY CHEERLEADER I I 1 - -- V Q5 f 4 v 'I' a 3 fm. X 1 GLENN DAWSON Emi . 4, L g in NA, N N -A 5- W P A L 1 BENNETT SHELTON fl'..,.L1,. ,gy L 'lt :A V V Qfzy ' ' FN X 4 E 'L RONNIIgeXXg11NSLOW -M Q- .V 'xx f, 15, X i iyt 'ED WHELESS Quarterback Co-Captain . . we ,TN NN . ' X ax Ng X N 4, 32... N K 3 - U A. -'bf .-, . , . . M, , N. A f 'Q I I I ' gs N W 3 W S' A -5 Ei ffmff q . if ,f 'E, Q ::755"',E. , L N, ,Siva 1: JJ' i?'?!': K- 'fx . L,.. . N, ,.., w.,.,Mf , Q A Q , A.. 9.1,-3 ,.,,, .-. 3 f 2 Q, U ,v as N sv 1' W ,, 'Q m, x ? . kg ls- N Q K y 5 SA -Hi Mm xii M Q If if N X N N EM, 5 1 as X F . sk X ., , Xxb s .fl r A f - ff-I, f EE',-'i1E?:'., ZTIQW-J' i ' i 5 4 JERRY Mc-DOVVELL PHIL HENLEY Tackle T N Guard K ,. , . 1 X - ,LQ . N -N fin.. iw -03 S C4 Harry Lcstcr, Donnie Hughes, Richard Kunkel cc Let go, will yzfll' says Tommy Hicks. Managers Ashchoro 26 . Davie County 13 Ashchoro 26 , Concord Ashclmoro 0 Childrcn's Homo l3 Ashchoro '13 . Lexington Ashc-horo 6 Faycttcvillc 0 Ashchoro 34 , . . Thomasville Aslwhoro 20 Morchcad 0 Ashchoro 14 . , . Statosvillc Ashchoro 47 , , Troutman 0 Asheboro 20 North Rowan lfirsl row: llvnlc-y, lfritvgrifllrmllizns. llolwrls, XVl1vlcss,fESQgbNIcDo1Qrll. df-n. Tlzirrl mfr: Class, llilfifll. Czirtcr. lf DEEEQ-0xX'cn, Qilcs xll11blUXK', IDAIXVSOIL fllrliljpxil llic-ks. Strayliorn, Ridge, Tollison, Cranford, Swrmizf W 1 k Shelton, Dalton, Isley, McFad- Q-al . 1,4 'ls rmr: l"vtncr, flkllidgp I' lull, Moody, Robbins, BlL'RLlC,GfT Rccf'-ln rcdi s 4 1 B1-5 1 - i---nn4- - ... 40' 5 JU TOR VARSITY FOOTBALL First row: Dunning, R. Robbins, Hammonds, Davis, Crimsley, ork. econd row: Johnson, Stccrc, lN1cDowell, Shaw, Allred. Tllirrl VOID! Mofiitt, T. Rohhins, lght, McFadden, Miller, Roberts. Fourth row: Hughes, Redding, Bulla, Dwiggins, Olivo. MR. JIM HURST Coach 965' lt. The basic aim of the junior varsity squad is to teach the fundamentals of the game i l fwiyrff so that the members may fit more easily into the varsity later. The '59 team Was one of fighting determination which has come to be associated with this school. The Baby Comets, showing steady improvement under the directon of Coach lim Hurst, ended its season with an outstanding recordf Many of these players will move up to varsity assign- ments this fall to fill posts vacated by gradu- ating seniors. ff' l il, Fzrst row Mr Cero Thomas Scott Cranford Davidson, M. Smith, L. West, Henson, Garvin, R. Smith, Stevens Rich Second row Freeman C irner Birnes Chriscoe, Cheek, WVelch, Winslow, Strayhorn, Hunsucker, R Trogdon R West Vick Davis C Trogdon W Trogdon. For the second consecutive year, the Comet batsmen un- leashed a brand of baseball which Won for them the North Pied- mont Confcrence titlc. The Big Blues, guided by Coach Sal Cero, were predicted to repeat as conference champions because of the return of the seven starters from the '58 season. The squad ended their regular conference season with a 12-2 record thus entitling them to move into competition for the WNCHSAA title. Even though this title was lost the Blue Comet season was considered successful. MR. SAL GERO Coach 'QWQ' X A ,V W' K , lei , K is P W - 'WY Z-QGA1 f . at +' 'F' ,X , V A , z, 6 J' as gsm!-I vw A Q .. , - NMMA X mmwmgg -suv if Eg RONALD HENSON Leftfield , J M-.F I K V I. ffl! . uf, IIMMY SCOTT I Shortstop New If, i. I . . - H 3 EF Wai I 1 w-I , , 1 'X f QA WHITEY I-IUNSUCKEP. I Centerfield 4'I'wf LACY WEST v E Pitcher DUANE K ,. S ,I MA' 'Q' QW I i Xkir K: . I 7. 5 ,If V , - I. K. I fx E 1Z? I xl My DAVIDSON Q-M-W ' Second Base 4 3 .f .W .Mn x IXN ,KA -.M LU W ROLAND SMITH 'I i Right-field f if Z' f we I , fs. -I .ZVV 'f,- ,. 1 wk p M . , M we fY--v - v-1, -A QL f::' is I I M f I 2.511-.4.iw ' Iiid?'a:1ii'.':e,I..'i-' 7 V. w, N .I . -rx ,ffixfij ,I I. .., .,n: , ,z izwx -?gfI22.Wgfl.gz f' g , . ,I I, '53 ' f I 1 . .,.. Az., If N K K , .awk , ,. YW.. gy' I all .. .gf Q 5 In I I as gk ,R aff-KT .. , fa . , A f. 7723. Akkrr . ' -. . . iwm. i I 1 , -, I Igjgg-Q .. ' .X 'wg . .1 .. - I . if ww-We, , , 2. ' -Q '...w I ' ' - , ' 1 :ga . '- 3 wx I I 1, I .E fi 1 I fs 6- ' 1 Mar ding e ee 3 ?1 A' -eff' If I f "'M I MARTZIN SMITH Thzrd Base I PHILIP CHEEK Catcher . :H - p .. 5'-lil -T1S,.f . .Y ..,. . , , . SAM CRANFORD First Base BASEBALL BLUE COMET WRESTLING i s i X if ,I .f 'I l"irsl rout: llulin, llulantl, Garner. Scrrmrl mu: llagsclale, Strayhorn, Roddy, Claddis. Wrestling has become an established sport at the high school. In the four years that Ashehoro has had wrestling, the Comets have placed high in state competition and have hcen conference champions. The 1959 season ended on a high note as the Big Blues won their third straight con- ference title. The climax of the year came when the Ashe- horo matmen won the VVNC- l'lSAA tournament. At the state championship, in which the Comets placed third, many of the wrestlers walked away with top honors. This yearis team, composed mainly of inexperienced mem- lmers, got off to a slow start hy losing their first match to Myers Park. NW WNCHSAA Trophy First row: York, Everall, Strider Madaris. Second row: Redding First row: llall, Chrisco, Olivo, McRae, VValkcr. Second row: llayworlh, Prescott, llammcr, jenkins, I. Hamilton, Bullock. Hamilton, Stockncr, XVinslow Hudson, Dalton, Durham, Thomas MR. JIM HURST This hoy seems to have a run in his Coach It 'li' f. . . . S UL ms' 1' Wllatf me Worry? All right, boys, this is our plan an xx , ' ,,fww,Q- f -- , 5, wi lk, - 1-NM' .uf-. 11.4-Rf,:,Q,,., YE 3? wg 'mgii X. Q ,Y ,. Q ig, X Mv- 3 Sv F' .W-Q Q--1-, 1 is K mv I I f 5- .A:-.,,: It 40' ,naw Egg 2,l','.T-H adsl SJ' - -4-, . e -infill me f in vw Q 'H Q N .. Q veg? . 5 AHTIN SMITH QA G aug I D ga Q ty . I , ' x X xlf N l lff MR. RALPH IIODGES Coach PHIL NANCEXN1 PHILIP CIIEEK-ED VVHELESS QUJKQJX Co-Captains CQMET BASKETBALL The Ashehoro High eagers, having shown their skillful hasliethall ahility. had another of their many winning seasons. NYinning the North Piechnont title with only a single loss ancl going on to win the Pieclmont Division, the Comets aclvaneecl to the XVNCIISAA tournament. By crushing Belmont 62-48, the Big Blues Brought hoxne their fourth straight XYXCIISA-XA ehain- pionship. Mr. Ralph Hodges showed his preclietecl potential in his first year of varsity coaching hy guiding the Comets through a sueeessful season. Early 1960 season yietories reeorclecl hy the Comets included wins oyer Lexington, Sanford, and Bessemer in non-conference play. YVith this sueeess the Blue eourtsmen have again shown that they are contenders for state honors. BLUE l':ir.s't rout lxunlcel, lluglws, West, vloyner, lllillllilh, Snnth, Sellers. Swvollzl rout l7JLlI'IH's. ,lzu'rell, lung, Nlllelz-ss. Cla-els, Nam-e, XYillia1ns, C, l.. King, ,l, 'lxl!iJIlhlS. l als On Gym Floor IllT1l01' Varsity style scrimmage The Baby Bluvs. cuuipusccl cliivfly of frvsluucu and sopho- morcs and uuclvr tlw coat-liiug rc-ins uf Mr. Donald Thomas, playccl thc- muglu-st sc-licclulc that a iuuim' varsity tvam from this sc-liool has c-vcr playt-cl. Thcy slmwvcl our stuclcuts that iu thc' futurc tlivy will bc lcacliug L-ontvmlvrs for a cuiifmviicv titlc. This sclwcllilc iuc-luclvcl county, AA, aucl AAA tvams. Playing MR- DONALD THOMAS teams of this quality, thc junior varsity squacl improvccl thcir Coach chauccs as varsity prospvcts. JU ICR ARSITY BA KETBALL fd First rout Ball, Ruhr-1' ', Ym' , Lcistor. Crimslcy, Rush, Hammoncls. Sfronfl I'0!Lli Frcvmau, Nance, Humble, Carmoui, shoruc. Third row: Cox, McFaddcn, XVcilcr, Robbins, Fields. The Asheboro High School track team participated in three dual meets and a conference meet during the ,59 track season. The track team made only a slight showing in these meets but showed great potential since the squad was made up of freshmen and sophomores. Various members of the squad competed in the AAU junior Olympic meet which was held in' Greensboro. Several of the freshman members placed high in some of these events. Track at Asheboro High continues to improve in both interest and skill. When the time arrives for a track to be built in Stone Stadium, the Blue Comets will be prepared to participate even more actively. TRACK MR. JIM HURST Coach 15- ,L has , Vlop. . First row: Cox, Auman, H..LBedd.in.g, Brower, Floyd. Second row: XVheless, B. Robinson, Fetner, 'l'. llolvinson, Dawson, lslcy, Cranhird. T. lieclglirig, Carroll, Mr. Hurst. JACKIE SPENCER GLENN DAWSON HOWARD REDDING GOLF ,Q 2 ,. 4.12 , elmi .9 4 I Q - gui? - 'f 'Q ' ' ' y " fi, . it 3:4 "it X ' X X Z. .. .. .5 is Q I K' .. . - fgzig rl ,h t 5 5 ,-wifi ku os" in fy .- L V ' S , ,, ig, V' I W. . ' 'F-.. 4, if ,. - B1 Q . WV- , , I . W ' A . . fly' M . ' -' K , W 3 Q1 1 A "' , .1 " ' it ' - V m i -,,,. '1l,I--AWA.. L Maw-t..f....t ,M 5 , ' L 'W-' M N L naw., N' 5 -Q-Mlm-n-.....,... BILL IOYNER B 4 PM ' ' E A -- i '61 n 415 B - ,mi-54-fl-:A -1-gi WJE. uf: .1- 4 -jg :Qf"7iQ,:. 'R V1.. 0 3 p ,pg ag ' h -1-fu .wi . .H uv , ., ' d1,gmy,g4g Y' 'M '. lf' 4.,-vit: . 54, 4+ -L E , , f 3'-'.j,g3q fi-:rf . V - , , K .M 'f xt 1 -. :wx 4 r ig ,.1'. , ' 'up 1 A 1 1 1. vi . L t - B 9 1 h ..,,, ,Ii - - - A 5 .',, 6 A ' L K, BERRY LEE T51 Ham ff 1 DOUG GALLIMOBE The 1959 golf teann achieved one of the most slieeesslnl seasons that Ashehoro linksmen have ever lmd. Suffering only one tlefeut, that to Southern Pines, the Comets literally utore upn their opponents in their other matches. Potential is the 1960 golf teannls greatest re- souree, sinee one junior and three sophomores compose the top flight. First row: Ienkins, Ioyner, Calliinore, Second row: Mr. Hodges, Shelton, Lee, Kearns. , f I 4 .v Y- ' Y 4 ,I Q H, Q K Y ? 'L ., . 'z 2' m X X ga it X mr, -is - 3 .. f . - . , i ll - t ' . "NM B E2 'l E i 1, ' K rf kerkix 44: .5 x Q EX 1 X fi 47 3 V+ BEN IENKINS BILLY LANE ll ei' ,,,.....- L if ,rg ai Dy V J' ik j U14 " ' I ' if ' 'rx 5 s N .Lv ik 'Q tr I ffl: 1' 4 i . x ' Alley,-.Q-Q :LI ai- A F GAIL FOSTER SANDY HENRY CAROL TILLMAN MARCIE CHRISCO ANGELA CARPENTER GAIL HARRIS Guard Guard Forward Guard Guard D Forward Basketball is the only competitive sport offered to girls at Asheboro Iligh Sehool. Near the end of October all high school girls interested in the sport are eligible to try out for the team. From a large number of girls, fourteen lucky ladies are selected for the Lady lllues. Last year the team had a more than successful season. The team was outplayed during its first game of the year, but this disappointment did not hinder their playing ability throughout the remainder of the season. The girls lost only three games during the year and were the only team in the conference to beat Statesyille. To obtain a third place conference standing, the Lady Blues practiced long and hard almost every day. YVith this fine record, the Cfomettes earned the right to play in the YVNCIISAA championship where they were defeated by Kanna- polis. JANET HARRIS XVANDA MCINTYRE Forward GHG fd Co-Captains MARTHA KIVETTX SUE KEARNS PAT HOBSON ri MARY IO OLIVO NIKI UNDERVVOOD IUDY LOUTREL Forward Guard Forward X, ' Forward Guard Guard lyx 1' V Q, '.'.d on Gil Floor VVho has the rebound? , i elf Simi! Shar I got it. I'll get it this time. GIRLS' I TRAMURAL Tne intramural program is prepared each year by the Girls, Monogram Club. The club, sponsored by Miss Angelyn Clisson, sets up a schedule of various sports for competition among the freslnnan, sophomore, junior, and senior classes of Asheboro High School. The program not only provides a means of entertainment for the girls, but it also furnishes them with wholesome experiences, such as friendship, team- work, and sportsmanship. This extracurricular activity gives varsity players a chance to oversee and assist in directing the different sports. VVhen intramurals are completed, awards are given to the respective winners of each sport. The girls look forward to the program with great anticipation in order that they may prove their skills. im! Over the net. 144 Trouble, trouble, double trouble. BUYS' INTRAMURAL LL. 5 From onbe Lane to another. The primary function of intramural activities is to pro- mote a broad program of competitive and recreational games for the voluntary participation of the Asheboro High School student body. The intramural program involves individual, partner, and team competition. These activities include tournaments in basketball, softball, volleyball, and ping pong. Good sportsmanship, physical conditioning, and good whole- some recreation are stressed in these games. The Boys' Monogram Club is the sponsor of the boys' intramural program. Varsity players are the coaches and referees of the student teams. Under this guidance, the players gain valuable experience from these veterans. These two points and we've won. Boys' intramurals? We're for winning. 1 3 2 L: "l"'W LL"L' 5 .ll-p l... J .W f- - .ap , 145 f - A md c-ullficlvntly wc- nc-cc-pt tlu- invitaltiun to our tomorow. lu. S gs SE Y E E if S 5 S i if is A Q. r xx H W " F W, Wi., X X fqi 1' , ' 559 SUITS TS pr I '-' I X x H 1 I 5 A Y"el --' --1-x 5 A '-.JL -ffii 43.7. sais' xxx'i S' -f ----V, , ,L lr 4 -. gil, ' . .TF , ' zu: an P , ----,g .4 h .1 Y . -rg , A .. 'Y 3 The ASH-HI-LIFE staff wishes to express its gratitude to Mr. Marston Wright for his cooperation, patience, and superior photographs. The staff also wishes to thank Mr. Fred Burgess for his contributions of excellent pictures in the athletic section. 1' Wzijtll "fr 69-Left GLL15J,L,,MLs7, LLUVKQ GLAJLA' HANK jf' ,2 ZLL4 LJ jvc!!-11 XVL V: -Ju 4. 1 I 7 L , V 4-L4,LcJ4.4f'j ,lpju-74, , I-ft n I fi! 'lei 14,51 LL7' JJ Lljzllil Zfjbi-L.,-,-L, .:LZflLl,l 6,5274-pflk LL! LCLQLKL 9- Y, f 4 f 4 fa7f7wf Kira LQ 7 VYZJQZ V A ASHEBORO DRUG COMPANY -PRESCRIPTIONS- X N C , I I 1, R DRUGS-FOUNTAIN Uv ASHYUUWU N C 132 SunsetAve. Phone MA 5-2167 Your Department Store of Brand Names Glgmgr Shgp Go Glamor, Dress Well, and Save Money 135 Sunset Ave. Phone MA 5-4007 107 S t A unse ve. Asheboro, North Carolina Best Wishes To The Class of 1960 THE RECORD sl-lor TOWN 31 COUNTRY FURNITURE. CO., INC. Church Street Phone MA 5-5350 Furniture and Appliances Phone MA 5-5522 613 N. Fayetteville St New and Used Household Furnishings Asheboro. North Carolina Asheboro, North Carolina 148 , ww W W wwf M 4532 W WW W MANUFACTURWG CONPANY 5,11 Q Q 'N gf MXL W Q J V K f , L pcfux QLUCL jug? ww yn Lai LU 4',f,24Jf2f v'x4q0 ux k K lX'Q, Q C bf!! j A J! ,H 3 W 117 AM MNQKFQ 1 wp.,,f.4eL Liga! ,, jf -I f A 5 QW! fwff I' Defi k.P.QOi"'Box 19N9 W Honolulu, XF. W . kFffdWMfjm, Q f RQ .fXQ ,,'Q Q Ck xxx ' S! X xJN XJ xxx Xi! X - fx V pf-X1 L I ' . uf , f -tCLARK'S SERVICE' STATION I 843 W. Salisbury Street 1 Amoco Products I Phone MA 5-2203 Best Wishes RESTAURANT KING CARL ASHEBORO CONCRETE PRODUCTS COMPANY You are cordially invited to visit our new plant facilities, asserted by numerous outside people, to be the most modern Block Plant in the Southeastern States , TEEN HAVEN J CJ! Llfizaca.. YY-F-21 63"'6Llfc JU 57661024 . ' jff5,:g,0Wt,,,7567j gl? 041112, QM . QualitgrClothes JM X ,U714 41,421 ., D, Tf,q'l,E? 51,54 0Z4,1dLf Sub-Teens and Iuniors dlflgf I 1191944-f Phone MA 5-2424 ,g,L,'L4i 45016 ,LL Best Wishes to the Class of 1960 5317! '634CN0P!i1g' Vill6y if REAVES WALGREEN AGENCY DRUG STORE fY,fleE'OI4i'?8215466'sfCSgByry. U A ingllungl 1 ss s 0 , D, HARDIN'S FURNITURE HOUSE Highway 220 North IDEAL ELECTRIC COMPANY Contracting if Repairing 120 Trade Street Home Beneficial Life Insurance Company 151 N. Fayetteville Street Phone MA 5-3344 RANDOLPH OIL COMPANY Distributors of Gulf Petroleum Products Phone MA 5-3497 1614 S. Fayetteville St. Asheboro, N. C. Y' jj LVL- 7!VL,' 'VL' 1 V git- - 1 C. f'A1 ' EW? MLW lilfwf 7124 SQJWJ. www, Ll,g,Jf,2g24,6w1+'uL kjEZzA.,4, 'Quad' A-D4 F -25, Qjflpff-Q L41 U9dzLA4f A aguZatiom V244 Fl-ff., and U , W nf f , OJ! . aj! Efst Wishes Q J build' Jflfy' gfiw to Z M, MM or vp AM A if Graduating Class Wfijalfif ,MQ 9 C9 . ' if f W f XQHCIHE-MCCHHRU DW W J' Ay . ,IJ I V QW D N'ir'Z,fX'fi? wwf ,xfwwfffm N ww Zgfilf' if Wfffhwm ,ff HUSIEHU HIILLS 5 Wifi 'VQNC-TWO K Q? Ni"TYNQwXO"i'N-YN! Q 'S ' 5 OKOQHQXNSNX n - Q XQWQ ,V fx 1 'N Ll" E bt rlf RX 5 I X 'Sally A R R X X ' ul! , Pj-1 B X. yn l Q X, W 1,3 X' N J Ay ,R Es k ll? Ref -My RVN A 5, ToMMY's DRIVE-IN J N :V X5 - a s- ict s A ,l1f'yf'R'AlV - N VX SJUISOQE Ba billlck Illlllk le ,U 'lj XT QJ ll North Ashcboro, North Carolina U R 1 A Nr X X IV Bm Wishes from ROY CROSS, REAL ESTATE R BUILDER gy ANK or RANDOLPH LOANS 11 MID-STATE PAPER BOX CO. LANE FURNITURE COMPANY F abrics-Draperies-F urniture 305 W. Kivett MA 5-2360 PUGH OIL COMPANY Esso Petroleum Products Phone MA 5-3476 or MA 5-4090 PIEDMONT AUTO' PARTS COMPANY. INC. ' ASH LYN HO L I A Home Away Fr ome Grade , "A" able . Rates WRlGHT'S STUDIO MARSTON WRIGHT, Photographer 117 Trade Street Phone MA 5-3516 Portraits-Child Photography Wedding and Commercial Photography Asheboro. North Carolina D. W. HOLT 81 COMPANY -,1,-1 g Farmall Tractors A International Trucks BULLARD FLORIST 1809 South Fayetteville St. Ext. ASHEBORO. NORTH or ROLINA 152 .4 ,im 4 ,4, W , t ' ,KW lv ' N l . 4 , : . W. 4 - W K .- N , Y Y ,, ww. , L HIZER LHUHDERERS HND CLEHIIERS Phone MA 5-2131 Asheboro, North Carolina www? 'jf' Q4fZx2jL65fJWfMZAf ,744 Q1 4, wwfjwzml wmMM mx, JLMQAQMWM w mg WJKMQMAQ , J, , . I J 1 Ziff WM wWZ W 4 wm ,zif2fJZ24,QpZ,QQM5d,6c, WM wwf Clapfpm, docmefuj wfcguigep, gy! If-Ng Jdyvvbgwgwdfiajfci JAMQ, 1 17-Q-VC Anglia, qui gdb VMLMZZ Q 62A7Q6'O4 gy Qf WQMMQ Ywjcpf . Jgaww wjx76dHZ o'?J. '1 'ft J vs! A J , I . MAPLE GROVE DAIRY Sealtest Dairy Products lwffljxhfllyubrl ...vi M :Clif lllllnlf l All Alrlvy will . it liigwv ,, wibzfff if it I j9,74Jf'!j S.Fgg5 tD3I5l'gt,5t M l K Q I WP ne f'N M Vtltwwl? fllylmlflflf QU fy, A e oroJfwNorth V7 ' ff M4 Q! ff 47 W fin A LEONARD CADILLAC -- OLDSMOBILE, INC. Phone MA 5-6123 1022 North Fayetteville St. ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA QF f !d!v I L, A . N .. J ill yy Wilt Wisden -GARDNER 8. JMW ,ob ASSOCIATES, INC. P AND P cl-:Am COMPANY, f . 2 . . jvvflk Consulting Engineers NORTH STATE FINANCE co. V'CK BROS- ELECTRIC Co' Contracting and Repairing Auto Loans-Insurance Phone M A 5-4290 Financing ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 323 Sunset Ave. Asheboro, N. C. D. W. VICK T. E. VICK FETN ER - MOORE, INC. 465 North Fayetteville Street WORLD DISCOUNT SALES, INC. "You Get More For Less" 1209 N. Fayetteville St. A Phone MA 5-2324 ASHEBORO. N. C. HINSHAW INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA COFFIN 81 SCARBORO Quality Shoes Since 1915 121 Sunset Avenue ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA UNION CARBIDE CONSUMER PRODUCTS COMPANY 154 My 'Q' f"T5?'??r fy-R Q My-p H55 in Aff A e E I 3 t .MW film F 3 M af - K x 3, if J' My XXL ' Vg' 1 C ngratulations and Best Wishes QW T Th 1960 Graduates vu' HSHEBUHU HUSIEHU MILLS, IHC A CRANFORD INDUSTRY Manufacturers and Finishers Ladies Full Fashion And Seamless Hosi Il w-1-nr.: .. 'f -s , - Q ,U J. B. Jon-ms INSURANCE AG E N CY ' ' A Auto-Fire-Life 5 I 4 W GENE'S ESSO SERVICE Esso Gas and Products Corner of Fayetteville and Salisbury Sts. Dial MA 5-2435 KAY'S Smart Wear for Smart Girls FARLOW FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone MA 5-2115 Asheboro, North Carolina f 5 I TEAGLE STORES x I N4 N-fA?9,e,borwQ's larxgest and most if W J Ncomlilete vajiety store N' . I H- 'XJ sy J 'L X , E, tongs BAR-BE-cu: X if, J ' f I V -242 S. Fayetteville Street WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Asheboro, North Carolina RANDOLPH FURNITURE CO. 523 N. Fayetteville Phone MA 5-2227 Ngbplyij ' blwjl , 1 . A il. Gwlwfw NM! if will .fylffld l ll if Woff- . adm NY 1 s ish 1 l J sf my , XB ' Drive 352 mslow Avenue . . . if Arn RIDDLE-McNEELY INC. MANN'S CUT RATE DRUG STORES Famous For Prescriptions Phone MA 5-6007 341 N. Fayetteville St. ASHEBORO. N. C. GARNER MORGAN Gibson and Maytag Appliances McGregor Sporting Goods Hardware and Paints 126-128 N. Church St. Phone MA 5-2367 MID-STATE MOTORS, INC. 149 west Kivett Phone MA 5-2147 Jgm S t Lincoln-Mercury-Edsel l . A English Ford ' JL! P O' ox x SALES AND SERVICE 51 F Compliments Of A QL 'rls-RITE NECKWEAR c Asheboro, N. C. M! swrenrmss on. COMPANY 1504 S. Fayetteville St. Phone MA 9-9131 f'-f .WY 1. WWM 0 px Cy QW I 1 f fi 1 1 ' f D' Progress' Is IOur , f 5 .Ii , Compliments of ASHEBORO DRY CLEANERS ROSE FURNITURE CO. 147 N. Fayetteville St. ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA "Where Quality and Prices Meet" Best Wislw-9 KENAN MUTUAL c's SPORTING Goons INSURANCE AGENCY gud "If it's insurance, we have itn AUTO ACCESSORIES Phone MA 5-6144 JORDAN'S SHEET METAL SERVICE 81 PLUMBING CO. 1221 N. FayetteviIle Street Plumbing, Heating, and Sheet Metal Phone MA 9-9054 Contractors ASHEBQRO, NORTH CAROLINA Phone MA 5-5533 Asheboro, N. C jgx V ,fl ,'I E , , I I Y . , . My .ff ' ,XV ' ' M I! j l ' H 'JJ 'A JM A I JA I jr ' F Your Industrial Neighbors At Asheboro ,- X ,hx I 'i , 1 V X., ll' , 1 17,1 U - . P VJ! ff I X' f ! I .General Electric Senfl All Good Wishes To - ,L ,f ' J lx A I fl J ,fr 'JN V , The Graduating Class At Asrheboro L' , , ,, ' -Higli schoqrd I I lr We Make Automatic' Blanlcets, Heating Pad? I ' ' .f , X ' V lip! f j ,f 'f' ' ' Anil' Vapdrizers f ,f - X, f Q , , A 1 I ,J Most Important fProcluct ! ff .1 I . X GENERAL ,ta ELECTRIC - I J! A fl ASHEBORO PLANT 158 t JI-A-I Compliments of N L ' V ,jill I P. j ,J HOP'S B-Q if ' jr ,Q ' A x Opposite Post Office YL ' ' J - 4' 1 Asheboro, N. C. ' t ' A g --"A lx J' ' ' Compliments of 'L V K Rows TAILORING a. TOWN - J ' f MODES J ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA - ' x , 7 ' ' ' SISTRUNK Morons, INC. H R A JAGUAR-HILLMAN-SUNBEAM S l M, SALES if SERVICE X 468 N. Fayetteville Dial MA 5-4245 VONCANNON'S BARBER SHOP " ' Hillside Shopping Center i -Ierry Upchurch-Bruce Smith Dale Voncannon 'Ijelephone MA 5-6556 ASHEBORO ELECTRIC X BAKERl,s:sH0EN!'sT0RE. COMPANY ' Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1960 f . 1 1 120 Sunset Avenue A ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Compliments of CHATHAM CABINET SHOP Siler City, North Carolina V A BANNERE-TRU1LOVE A it COMPANY GREENSBOR0, NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL FINANCE co. ,K , 151 Sunset Ave. i s ' , Behind McGill's Bust' Station 1PhonefMA 5-6191 it D.'P. Sxnothers Mgr. I bf' ' x 1' , r AUMAN 'BROTH ERS FEED 1 L A O , at seen! STORE BOX' 211 A A Feeds Pl'l0I16 ' Diamond-Statesotlle in I v J X, ,H L -, P 'Q , , 4Il 'fl' f . J 5 I Kar' ,f I ,f , J ' x x , X I .' 7 ' W "' 1 . V -I - , ' J S I I 1" ' X V 1 1 . , 2 rf I ,I ,I xx 'J ' ' ,saws SHOE,-SHOP X ,f - f' , x , I T f Pj . L ' U I G. I.. HARRIS coMPANY Watehes-Diamonds-Music-Sporting Goods 322-324 Sunset Avenue Asheboro, North Carolina x I 7 I .I I ,Y I I 4 .HCI-IARMEUSE +IOSIERY INDUSTRIES f ManufacturerKofl400 Needle I Seamless Hosiery H3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK "Your Friendly Bankv Member of the Federal Reserve System Member of the Federal Deposit Corporation Compliments of THOMPSON HOUSE RESTAURANT SAVE OIL COMPANY "Home Delivery on Kerosene and Fuel Oil" 1205 North F avetteville St. Best Wishes from WOOD AND KLEPACKI ROSES Sc, 'I0c, 81 25c STORES Congratulations, Seniors! Phone MA 5-2010 B. B. WALKER SHOE CO.. Manufacturers "WALKER BRAND" SHOES Asheboro, North Carolina ASHEBORO FLORIST ASSOCIATION GARNEPCS HUGHES-VAUCHN'S BURGFS DELK'S Congratulations, Seniors! suoDY's DRESS SHOP MMM I Q. bpcluoi Evo etbiesl LI4J.w5 we we vw .HMA LBLOAQA Q3 'C-'N 'tc - Y ', . 5. 'KC N , 'lit Q A LJEJ ,M Ak LL CA Jyt""U il-Avi vvxzp -SQULCQK CLD C-Dallas.. 13-fVbCiI4i Il fbCJ-JD Aww 9300- L lr'Ul'-L1!Vx"I lf'-i 27 5591, +0 L-noi of tai ,fbtstiggyniii Qs 4 1 cwxh - SCOTT BOOK STORE INC. tfL1S2i,Qf . ' REAVES PHARMACY ' School Supplies V HLA- L9 h 5-5 Y 1 40-1l20g.eFL331tteigi St. Prescription Specialists If W1-Las, ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA ci of Portable Typewriters FREE DELIVERY C T' HEMINGTON, SMITH-CORONA, ROYAL QJ1 DAQ, Greetings Cards-Gifts Phone MA 5-2300 4 ' Books-Albums ZSLUUCQ SLIM'S TIN SHOP JACK AND JILL I Air Conditioning-Heating-Metal Work CHILDREN S SHOP Phone MA 5-5524 1705 S, Fayetteville St. HEDGECOCK HOME BUILDING, INC. Our Specialty-Millwork Complete Home Building Supplies FREE DELIVERY SERVICE Phone MA 5-2195 251 Ross Street Asheboro, N. C. Chrysler Plymouth A JACKS coolsie comlaan Sales and Service 'I Asheboro, N. C. el DIXIE DRIVE-IN ll RESTAURANT I , . ' I 'Is , H O m 6 Uf B-9 I I 9 I V3 I 'J 9 5 Congratulations, Seniors! Y V . TW fm ey gg fvxw-u-lx,-.C Ya ree-'rv-Q' 3 ' ef-vf'-ee' rf-fe fr .f'B'vw.rf'1 ' ri ' ' If-f 'KOIYN W1 XX-.f,Y,r,N'NA A TX A Q IN 5-A em s - X 1 ' Y - V X' lf 'Sfmt wwf V Il XPYETN-vcxxg-YJ, YW X N ' uf-vexgx 5 FVUTQT Q77 Pefymv I Rl l xi fn I X H , T"UfQ, f'kZ'YN'fN3Yi xsf-.T ,f1i,,,,r?TX ,X,,,wvvf -- we- .fe--.,,-oxnS--- nf?- 2 N g! Xkkt.-5-1 fxrq V BALFOUR BARGAIN MART "CLOTHING FOR THE FAMILY" Compliments of FRIENDLY LOAN SERVICE Money in a hurry MA 9-9181 CENTRAL BAKERY 122 North Church Street Asheboro, North Carolina L 81 L CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY N. Asheboro Phone MA 5-3971 sEAc-:Rove LUMBER COMER MUTUAL OMPANY INSURANCE AGENCY Dealers in Lumber h NGLAQ Complete Insurance Service I We 3,571 Wfr Phone MA 5-5544 M 9 was We VSV , - I A yy VX f to Auto SALES, mc. I I yy if Diff A Juqllybyylft J LI A3 sl-Mfr , ilfZ1fWALKER'S X"MEN'S SHOPI' Dress fight-you me afford not fo. fqmvgliti K imdb vp-CII3 x.Y1:Aoxg,6 Q,.JI"'5x-x 'IWW- Bmmi. Lwnvh Q,,vxoc5 .Ls wow. IF'T.Q VSNXXA uwbn ,oyqg ,xg,3,R"I y-33,30 'L' if. In ln " a-XJ-16 null 3 bnbgwub UL, Q X -10-u 'X ms tw' we mv- 'W-H -wot' - .. 4, ' .. fi.. 'I' -.A 'bv xx Botxv QT 'nw X455 J Y t u" . J ASPN, Ynpg ,JV ,LG ov., -J--Hx Bkh Q Key- QQ-,SJ .,u'X1L..". JQCQ L few - . J o .1Lla.s.'.v..f S. Your PLYMOUTH-DeSOTO Dealer Complete Body and Repair Service 503 North Fayetteville Street Phone MA 5-2500 "Your Discount H ousev BETTER LIFE STORE 658 N. Fayetteville St. Phone MA 5-4027 Self-Service-Complete Department Store Compliments Of COB LE DAIRY ALVlN'S FURNITURE 81 UPHOLSTERING CO. S lip C overs-Draperies 1815 S. Fayetteville Street I Phone MA 5-6033 BOSSONG HOSIERY MILL ,. 7 L' cv Best Wishes to the Class of 1960 QNEVA FRYE's DRESS SHOP K 'Y 154 South Fayetteville St. ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA Freeman's Service Station Gulf Products 455 Corner W. Salisbury and N. Park Sts. Phone MA 5-4354 Congratulations to the Class of 1960 DR. E. F. BARHAM, M.D. DR.,S BARNES 51 WILLIFORD, MDfS A FRIEND DR. THORNTON R. GLEEK, M.D. A FRIEND DR. FRANK EDMONDSON, M.D. DR. HUGH FITZPATRICK, M.D. DR. NV. H. FONVLE, III, M.D. DR. L. FRITZ, M.D. DR. FRED VV. GRAHAM, JR., M.D. DR. H. L. GRIFFIN, M.D. DR. GEORGE B. JOHNSTON, M.D. DR. GEORGE W. JOYNER, M.D. DR. LUKE WV. QUERY, M.D. DR. JOHN O. REDDING, M.D. DR. E. D. SHAGKELFORD, M.D. DR. R. P. SYKES, M.D. DR. H. MacMURRY WHITE, M.D. DR. ROBERT M. WILHOIT, M.D. DR. fOHN I.. DAVIS, D.G. DR. IOEL C. WHALEY, OPTOMETRIST DR. fOHN W. ATWATER, D.D.S. DR. WALTER R. GRIMSLEY, D.D.S. DR. A. MCINTOSH, D.D.S. DR. O. L. PRESNELL, D.D.S. DR. TOSEPH R. SUGGS, D.D.S. DR. I. T. THOMAS, D.D.S. A FRIEND 163 .4....- l'JQ-4J7RJJol1J,,,,,,,ocNaL,0cfo-u-:YvJW-'-J"i70:i its ' fe- Mp... Tier tg, we 1 WWW! ,,,,, in i WM WOODLEY FURNITURE 118 South Church Street ASHEBORO, NORTII CAROLINA K CHISHOLM-RIDGE Au'ro MART "Carefully selected automobiles . . . truthfully represented' ' 1002 N. Fayetteville St. Phone MA 5-4400 Compliments of RED'S CHICKEN HUT Highway 220, South of Asheboro CANOY NURSERIES ASHEBORO, N. C. W K First in Quality VV MQ I Fairest in Prices-Fastest in Service Q N JK X "A Satisfied Customer Is Our First rv y Q Consideration" fx U X si ,115-lj, if '11 Qi! f 1 1 Compliments my if ...0f... A f L ,-i'fK'.'l'fl'gL'5'fQ....J A U if FASHION FABRICS CENTER of M9 1123 South Fayetteville All HERLOCKER o1L COMPANY Officef,Vf,iQ2fQi'?jQ1fg,'Zjw'ite'S Distributors of SINCLAIR PRODUCTS Dial MA 5-4242 J. D. CROOM CO. "' David Elliott, Owner 140 S. Fayetteville St. Phone MA 9-9106 ASHEBORO. NORTH CAROLINA LEONARD ELECTRIC MOTOR REPAIR COMPANY Motor Rewinding-Repairing New Bt Used Motors 531 N. Fayetteville Street ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA ASHEBORO T. V. CENTER 509 North Fayetteville Street HCA Victor, Admiral, anfl Zenith Phone MA 5-3278 COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF ASHEBORO Nancy Taylor Course-Secretarial Course Senior Secretarial Course Executive Secretarial Course " Medical Secretarial Course junior Accounting Course-Senior Accounting Course Business Administration Business Administration 8: Senior Accounting Senior Accounting-Motor Traffic Management Business Adininistration-Motor Traffic RTLIIIZUICIHGIIL NEELY 81 LISK INSURANCE AGENCY "Your Independent Insturance Agents" Ryan R. Neely Tyler R. Lisk Compliments of PUGH FUNERAL HOME 4 .iv rec. .Go!...Go!... To your friendly GUILF DAIR BAR After the after the show or ex, ' u I QEdMplz Ky x I W' QM Y lr gamm ,O fwew M X after where ever you go! Refreshing remembrance IT' O O AuToeRAPr-as y rj K ""J""Ti"e ,,,r Best Wishes ..... Q r f. 5 U lx gLE-L A y v q X if Y L ! A Ml J WEEE ,,- ' f K.: Af gy y yy J Z . 4' ' 7 O 1 s , ,KJ ,exe , X ,gge T N f COBLE SPORTING ' O - ' h GOODS Greensboro, N. C. , ' - 'MN kb I U I I I Xin I .L X bx' W 1 ng' Am f ' QW . U fn -xr K 5 WW 1 f in HHN --,.,.a... - 1 - E4 4 f A 4 EQ y F265 165 V- -ini- re skis was MACK'S SERVICE STATION Expert Recapping Service E. Salisbury Street Phone MA 5-2411 HOME FURNITURE COMPANY For Better Furniture At Lower Cost "There's no place like Hornei' Asheboro, N. C. Phone MA 5-2310 EE Randolph Savings Ancfg Qs Loan Association life cuMMlNGs rnozEN rooos ASHEBORO TOY AND Highway 220-South At City Limits Lockers Meat Processing 435 S. Fayetteville Street Storage Curing Asheboro, North Carolina RTO!!-9 for all OCCGSIOWSM- SH ERWOOD DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT Where Teenagers Meet NANCE CHEVROLET gf' jr C0., INC. - ' i s1NoE 1923 i - 1 ASHEBORO, N. C. SALES AND SERVICE DURHAM PRINTING TATUM MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY 470 West Salisbury Street-P.O. Box 547 COMPANY ASHEBORO, NORTH CAROLINA MOFFITT KNITTING MILLS, INC. Manufacturers of Men's and Women's ltwhefe the B093 Meetn Full-Fashion Banlon Sweaters . . h b 105 Beasley St N As e oro - MARY CARTER PAINT STORE "Quality paints at Quantity pricesv 112 East Kivett Street MEN,S AND BOYS' WEAR ES.. Es? Compliments of S. E. TROGDON 8. SONS General Contractors MODERN SHOE SERVICE "For the best in shoe repairn 660 N. Fayetteville St. Asheboro. N SOUTHERN FLOOR COVERINGS Phoenix Hosiery for Men and Women Manufactured by McLAURIN CORPORATION Division of PHOENIX HOSIERY COMPANY Asheboro, North Carolina Compliments of ALLENFIELD OIL COMPANY Distributors of Texaco Products Asheboro, N. C. HUNTER PUBLISHING COMPANY 333 Indiana Avenue Winston-Salem, North Carolina v l 1' . -. , , W ii' , Publishers of The 1960 Ash-Hi-Lif A , ED GOLDSTON District Representative Siler City, North Carolina C Compliments Of CERTIFIED CONCRETE J. D. ROSS AND CO. Office and Institutional Furniture Asheboro, North Carolina ED'S RADIO AND T. V. SERVICE 1626 North Fayetteville Street Y , 4... . A jjj ,I II' J I' ff, I W WZM W ir f 'ff' sou I CROWN I MILIQING COMPANY Asheboro, North Carolina Manufacturers of GOLD BOND FLOUR Plain and Self-Rising BLUE RIBBON CORN MEAL Plain and Self-Rising BLUE RIBBON FEEDS RAND FURNITURE CORPORATICN A U!! ASHEBOIEO, NORTH CAROLINA I ra' mf-,IIN VII 117 ,MJZfy,' my .--S f Q1 Wy , A VAN- My EL ,XA MVC XA M MXL Q1 . of f 1: f I , xffkr ,X yo!! Jan? 7j,ZQz,-0-fl I Af!! 70 NW QM? up PL AMW x,Y'QjVfTQP5 I DIZ, I !5'ZP7R'!JI3 f "1 - I' fl L' f fe ,E I ' I Mai II ,f'fI7'o. Jeb I W VID: D757 I aff? yo D 17 STARLIGHT DRIVE-IN 909 W. Salisbury St. Phone MA 5-5573 For take-out orders Open 5:30 A.M. Till 12:00 P.M. 7 days weekly McGILL'S TAXI 81 BUS LINE Phone MA 5-2181 L I GENERAL I HARDWARE AND LUMBER COMPANY. INC. MID-STATE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. "Competent Insurance Adoisorsv PAUL D. TROLLINCER, MCR. SOUTHERN OIL COMPANY Distributors of Gasoline-Fuel Oils-Kerosene ' Phone MA 5-4463 1 f' 5 tl 4 .r 1' f 5 ,R .L-1 .cvfqz vf' Q. la- ,..f'.f-1 S w '!..l 1 CITY TIRE 81 AUTO SERVICE Reeopping-Tire Vulcanizing Wheel Alignment and Balancing Daw Phone MA 5-4247 Night Phone MA 5-5662 914 N. Fayetteville St., Asheboro, N. C ' 4 Compliments of C. C. HOWELL 81 SONS X! ,of PAINTING CONTRACTORS :ff X!! ,, VV, X, ll K f ,1 ', f ' . ll! I fl ' IZ: ffifv 1 from 17700126 D :AVC mont If 1? X, ' lylfff 9 ,, yf' Ashely ,N,lC' ' 1 ,"'2jn"""'1ff'yMf 75' ' I , f XAS I ono PRINTING .gf W. 'lf V ft 1 jf! ., fi f , I y an M M COMPANY an V E I CKNEIYSLVUARNXES, In W W Frigidair lAfHpliances, Spofrting CV 0 5 Teleoisli nl, Phybnogqayihs, anfl Bain? sl f 8 5 wmvsarls street , ,, i y yi I 1 1 ,f . f' 7 ff r, Vshelzdw, No arohna, aff J 4. 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WOOD MUTUAL AGENCY A FRIEND 171 V -I-:maui r--I Jil- L Abemethy, Joseph Guy 42, 4 Activities 84 Adams, John 64 Administration 12 Advertisements 147 Allen, David 64, 101 Allen, Ilene 76 Allred, Bob 76, 130, 131 Allred, Darrell 64, 106 Allred, Don 70, 101, 105 ' H mes 76 - u , ynw 4 u 6 Allred, T. E. 76 Allred, Tommy 64, 103 Amateur Radio 100 Ambrose, Brenda Snow 48, 90, 91 1 DEX 8. 86, 89. 97 : , .-1. 76, 102 J rown, Ra 70, 105 ,. VUYw Brown, Rebecca 64, 95 Brown, Steve 76 Brown, Tony 64 Brown, Wade 70, 101, 106 Bryson, Bobbie 76 Bulla, Anita 33, 76 , - 1 U u a, - H , 1 Bulla , Jane 76, 80 Bulla, Patsy 76 Bullins, Jerry 70 Bullins, Nancy 76, 93 Bullins, Troy 76 Amos, Patterson 76 Andrews, Billy 76 Andrews, Miss Marie 24 Andrews, Sue 64, 94, 103 Annual Dedication 116 Arthur, Anne 76 Ash-Hi-Chat-Staff 88 Ash-Hi-Life Staff 87 Assembly Programs 117 Athletics 124 Bullins, Juanita 64, 97 Bullock, John Black 49, 98, 134, 135 Bullock ' ' m 64. 101 ut uis, Peter en I1 an , 9, 87.5, 89. unting, Faye7f6 Burgess, Della Rose 76, 93 Burkhead, Scotty 70 Burkheart, Linda Dixon 49, 95 Burroughs, Branson 76 Auman, Anne 76 Auman, Jerry 70, 139 Auman Auman , Michael 70 , Richard 70, 82, 101 Auman, William Thomas 48, 102 Bailey, Carolyn 70 Bailey, Darrel 76 Burrow, Brenda 76 - a . n 1 e . I drrow, E 70, 98, -I urrow, urine I Burrow, Mattie Sue 49, 82, 104 Burrows, Charles William 49, 96 Burrows, Randy 76 Bus Drivers 106 Byrd, Billy 70 Bailey, Marilyn 70 Baird, Lloyd William, Jr. 48, 82, 98 Baird, Nancy 70 Baker, Mary Jane 76 Ball, John 70, 138 Band 80 Barbee, Annie Magalene 48, 87, 91 Barham, Bob 76, 80 Barker Bett Anne 48, 90, 91, 92, 103 i Y Bames, Johnny 64, 98, 132, 136, 137 Barton, John 76 Baseball 133 :-1. .- -1 Vivian 48 103 v 96 e ne Bren a ' ' eane, mest an e 'I Beane, Joseph 70 Beane, Joyce 70, 104 Beane, Lyndon 70, 101 Beane, Rebecca 70 Beane, William Darrell 48, 96 Byrd, Roberta 70 Cafeteria Staff 109 Ca le, Gaston 70 a e erry , 1 a e, 1 1 Cain, Don 64, 95 Cain, Tana 76 Callicut, Tommy 76 Cameron, Linda 70 Campbell, Jerry 76 Campbell, Judy 64, 105 Canoy, Larry 76 Canoy, Nancy 70 Camiona, Johnn 76, 138 Beasley, Johnny 64, 95 Beaudoin, Ann 70 Carpenter, Angela 50, 87, 90, 92, 99, 1 Carrico, Scottie 76 Carroll, Tim 70, 139 Carter, Margaret Jane 50, 92, 97, 103 Carter, Richard 64, 89, 98, 130 Carter, Sandra 33, 64, 87, 94 Carter, Tommy 70 Carter William Abner, Jr., 50, 92 03, Behrens, Nonna Sykes 48, 67, 91, 108 B ts 70 . I W I' enbow ae .. e y ose ine 'KD' Bennett, Charles 64, 103 Bennett, Delanous 76 Bennett, Kenneth Ray 48, 88, 94, 103 Bennett, Layman 76 Beta Club 92 Caveness, Mrs. Kittie J. 10, 22, 90, 122 Caviness, Bett 70, 104 Caviness, Grady 70 Caviness, Patricia Anne 50, 90, 92 C a 1 Pro rams 117 142, 143 han er,4E6nnieTABnette 32L36. 90, 92, 9411113 eeirnvme 76k , ' Cheek, Emma Louise 50, 97, 105 Biddle, Ronnie 33, 70, 102 Bird, Robert Franklin 48 Blanton, Edwin Marshall 48, 95 Blanton, Patricia 70, 99 Boling, Annette 64, 82 Bcling, Nancy 70, 94 Bolton, Beverly 64 lgondurant',"Na?Y E on emeyer, S eba Jane 49, 82 Bonkemeyer, Sue 76 Boone, Elaine 76 Boone, Jeanette 64, 103 Bortner, Anne Walker 49, 103 Bostick, Miss Helen 22, 92, 103 Bowman, Mary Jo 64 Bowman, Pat 76 Boys' Basketball 137 Boys: Monogram 98 Boys State Delegates 44 Brady, Audrey 64 Brady, Bonnie Sue 49 Brantley, Donald 64 Branson, Mr. Merton H. 28, 96 Bray, Richard 76 Breedlove, Gary 76 Brenner, David 70 Brewer, James 76 Brewer, Phyllis 70 " - f.::- nne49 88 90,97 Briles Luc Cl de G' ' , I v 86 ' rim, verett - Brim, Gilbert 70 Brink, Bob 64, 101, 102 Brinkley, Richard 76 Bristow, Samuel Carlton 49, 96 Cheek, Paul Philip 50, 89, 98, 132, 133, 137 Cheerleaders 126 Chisholm, Carolyn Jane 40, 50, 86, 90, 92, 99, 103, 126 Chorus 82 Chrisco, Charles 70, 134 Chrisco, Joyce 76 Chrisco, Marjorie 64, 99, 126, 142, 143 Chrisco, Mrs. Mildred 14 - Larr Pau 50 98 132 riscoe, osaee 6 Chriscoe, Sam 76 Chrisley, Lula Anne 50, 82 Clark, Sue 64, 94 Clayton, Emily 76 Cleek Tom 70 0 eter, Larry 64, 'S Cole, Benny 70 Cole, Gary 64 Cole, Jackie Odell 50, 101 Cole, Jean 64 Coleman, Gayle 70, 104 a 1 'P ommercia partment 26 Conner, Kenneth 76 Cook, Harold 76 Cooke, Sylvia 64, 80, 90, 103 Cooper, Alice 70 Cooper, Doris 76 Cooper, Kenneth Wayne 50 B I.. ' uichael Odell -' rocks, Da roo s, ue 64 Brower, Karen 70, 126 Brower Steve 70 139 Brown,' Davis 76, Brown , Brown, Brown, Emestine 63, 64, 94, 103 James Orva 49, 92 Jerry 76 Cooper, Richard 70 Cornelison, Carol 64, 91, 108 Cornelison, Carol B. 33, 70 Councilman, Linda 76 Councilman, Robert Vemon 50, 96 Covington, Jane 70 Cox Charles Edward 51 coxf David ve, so Cox, Cox, Cox, Cox, 172 Ellen 70 James 64, 94, 102 Kritz 76, 138 Leonard Monroe 51, 96 Cox, Linda 76, 82, 90 Cox, Linda Ann 51 Cox, Marshall 76 Cox, Martha 70 Cox, Raeford 70, 105 Cox, Russell 70, 139 Cranford, Betty 70 Cranford, Larry 70, 101 Cranford, Phillip 70 Cranford, Sam 64, 86, 87, 89, 94, Craven, Carolyn 70 Craven, Jerry 76, 106 Craven, Linda 76, 93 Craven, Phil 76 Crawford, Chris 70 Creech, Ronnie 33, 70, 101 Croom, Lee Page 43, 51, 87, 90, Crump, Mr. Ke ly R. 31 Crump, Paul 71 Curran, Susan Jane 51, 90, 91 Curtis, Betty 76 Curtis, Richard 71 Custodians 109 Dahbs, Elaine 64 Mar it 76 Davi son, Billy 64, 96 Davidson, Tommy Ann 76, 93 Davis, Brenda 76 Davis, J. B. 71, 82, 132 Davis, Jerry 76, 82, 131 Davis, Mackie 76 Davis, Norris 76 Davis, Roger 76 Davis, Virginia 76 Dawson, Glenn 64, 98, 103, 128, Dawson, Jerita 64, 91 Dean, Sandy 76 Deaton, Mildred 76 Dedication 10 Dedication of Stadium 121 Dempsey, Pat 64, 93, 95 Dennis, Dian 76 Dennis, Geraldine 64 Dennis, aco 101 err, ai ey onat an .51. 87. 98, 130, 133, 139 92, 97, 99, 103, 126 130, 139 89,-92. 94, 102, 11 err, Edgar faco , 41, 44 Derr, Mrs. Walker W. 18 Dildy, Ava Page 64 Dildy, Pamela 76, 93 Distributive Education Club 95 Diversified Occupations Club 96 Dixon, Betty 76, 93 Doll high, Sandra Lee 51, 91, 94 Doolittle, Mr.David E. 30, 80, 82 Draughn, Jerrie Lois 76 Dunn, Celia Jeanette 51, 91, 108 Dunn, Jerrie Sue 65 , Dunn, Joyce 76, 93 Dunn, Sylvia Mae 51, 91 Dunn, Willa Mae 76 Dunning, Clinton 71, 131 Durham David 71 80 134 I ggins, ony 71, 131 Edmonds, Ann 65, 96 Edmonds, James Warren 51, 96 Edmondson, Dr. Frank 14 Edwards, Kenneth 65, 95 Edwards, Priscilla 71 Elliott, Miss Patricia Ann 16, 103 English Department 16 Essick, Don 76, 101 Essiclt, Reba Annette 38, 45, 47, 51, 86, 90, 94, 97, 103 Everall, Bill 33, 76, 134 Fagge, Linda 65 F aircloth, Lillie Frances 51, 90, 97, 103 Faircloth, Mrs. Mildred T. 16, 97 Farlow, Linda 65 Feezor, Billy 65, 80, 102 103 Fenner, Patricia 76 Ferree, Robert 76 Felnefi Iimmy 65, 129, 130, 139 Fields, Gary 76, 138 Fields, Mr. Joseph B. 30, 80 Fine Arts Department 30 Flenniken, Mrs. Lena R. 16 Flenniken, Wanda 76, 80, 93 Floyd, Donald 76 Floyd, Grayson 71, 139 Football 127 Forester, Ann 65, 91, 103 Foster, Gail 65, 99, 103, 142, 143 Fox, Mr. Glenn E. 18, 102 Frazier, Sandra 76 Freeman, Catherine 76, 93 Freeman, Dianne 65, 91 Freeman, Don 65 Freeman, Faye 65, 105 Freeman Frances 71, 105 , ay 71 reeman Freeman, Lorraine 65, 91, 108 Freeman, Phil 71, 132, 138 Freeman, Thomas 77' French Club 103 Freshman Class Officers 75 Fritz, Luther 65, 98, 129, 130 Fritz, Lucretia 77 -l- Frye, Jerry 77 Frye, Susan 65, 91, 103 Frye, Wayne 77 Furr, Barbara 77 Furr, Mary Jane 77 Furr, Larry 71 Future Business Leaders of America 91 Future Homemakers of America 93 A F addis, Mollie Rae 51, 88, 90, 94, 97. 10 011135 1C 36 1 s, . 1 Ggllirilore, Doug 65, 98, 140 Galyon, Lut.her 77 Gardner Nell 71, 94 Garkalns, Rita 71, 94 Gamer, Annie Lee 52, 104 Garner, Johnny 65, 103, 132, 134 Garner, Linda 77 Garner, Loretta 33, 77 Garvin, Vance 65, 103, 132 Gay, Ruth 71 Gentle, Larry 71 Gentry, Betsy 65, 90, 103 Gentry, Jimmy 71 Gero, Mr. Sal 24, 98, 128, 132 Girls' Basketball 142 Girls' Monogram 99 Glisson, Miss Angelyn 27, 99, 142, 144 Goins, Janice 71 Goins, Jo Ann 92 Goins, Wade McClendon 52 Golf 140 Glass, Eddie 65, 94, 130 Grant, Gloria 65, 93, 94, 96 Graves, Martha 77, 80, 93 Green, Larry 77 Grey, Norman 77 Grimsley, Jimmy 75, 77, 131, 138 Hackett, Thomas Joseph 52, 100, 101, 106 Hadley, Susan 33, 77 Hall, Carol Ann 71 Hall, Dale 77 Hall, James 77 Hall, Janice 65, 103 Hall Jerry 65 88 130 Hall, John Irving 52, 134 Hall, Kerry 77 Hall, Larry James 52, 101, 106 Hamer, Miss Patricia D. 22 Hamilton, Hamilton, Hamilton Hamiltonz H amilton, Hammer, Hammer, Alvin 65, 80 Jerry Kenneth 38, 52, 89, 92, 98, Joe 77, 134 John Thomas 52 Steve 71 Mackie 71 Tommy 65, 101, 134 Hammond, Jimmy 65, 96 Hammonds, Jimmy 77, 131, 138 Hancock, Hancock, Hancock, Faye gg, 93 1 lsidky 71, 82 Hardin, Becky 71, 82, 104 Hardin, Betty Jo 77, 93 Hardin, Mary 71, 104 Harper, Allan 77 Harrelson, Ronnie 77 Harris, Alfred Thomas 52 Harris, garbixra 33, 39, 47, 52, 90, 103 Ha-rris aroyn , 93 , . arris, Gail"65j'97,'99 "I42.,,.143-- ams, ary ane QL99, 142, 143 Harris, Tommy 77, 96 Harsch, Henry 65, 87, 94, 103, 130 Harwell, Pat 71, 104 Hathaway, Barbara 65, 91 ' lidillii A 1 I avens, Ellen 71, 94, 104 .5 , wor ar otte 77 8 Haywo , - ' - Hauser, Linda Kay 52, 93, 95 Hendrix ud 1 IX via Dian en ey, llp 1 on 52, 98, 128, 130 Henry, Sandra 65, 75, 90, 99, 142, 143 Henry, Sara 77, 126 Henson, Faye 71, 103, 104 Henson, Vara 65, 90, 104 Hepler, Katherine 77 Hepler, Phyllis Lorraine 53, 91, 93 Hicks, Faye 65, 99 Hicks, Tommy Joel 41, 53, 89, 94, 98, 129, 130 Highsrnith, Larry 77 Hill, Mrs. Barbara B. 3, 28, 87, 95 Hill, Bobby Franklin 53, 96 Hill, Faye Carol 65 Hill, Glenn Clifton 53 Hill, Jo Anne Goins 53, 91' Hill, Joanne 65 Hill, Kenneth 65 Hill, Thomas 77 Hinesley, Larry 77 Hinshaw, Jimmy 65 Hinshaw, Mary LOU 38, 53, 88, 90, 92, 94, 97 Hinshaw, Sharon 71 Hinshaw, Teresa 44 Hobson ud 33 75 7 son, at 6 , 103 142 1 odges, r. a p . , , 116, 197, 173 1 'si-1 f. ' 1 134 6 u Hodgin, Bobby 65, 101 Hodgin, Hal 71, 100, 101, 105 Hodgin, Thomas 65, 101, 105 Hogan, Jerry 71 Holland, Mr. Dwight, M. 3, 30, 87, 122 Hollingsworth, Tommy Ann 42, 53, 90, 92, Holt. Dean 71 Holt, Judy 77, 82 Holt, Judy D. 71 Holt, Mrs. Olimbe D. 15 1 1' 1 , nga, R2i?iald'65' Homecoming 120 Honeycutt, Jimmy 77 Brenda 65, 90, 91, 103 Dwight 65 Judy 65, 108 Hooker, Hooker, Hooker, Hoover, Frances 77 Karleen 71, 81 Homer, Hubbard, Olan Gerald 53, 96 Hudson, Vickie 33, 77, 93 ' m 7 ds th u spe , Sue 65, 95 Hug ins, Nancy Floyd 53, 105 Hug11es, Mr. C. E. 14 Hughes, Cerelda 33, 69, 71, 104 Hughes, Don 65, 89, 103, 130, 131, 137 Hughes, Harry 77, 80 Hughes, Jane 66 Hughes, Mary 71, 94 Hughes, Robert Knox 32, 44, 53, 89, 92, 94 Hughes, Robert Lee, Jr. 53 Hughes, William Franklin 53, 96 Hulin, Gary 77 Humble, Brenda Joyce 53, 81, 92, 97 Humble, Jo 77, 138 Hunsucker, Gezorge 66, 103. 132, 133 Hunt, Betty Hunt, Sue 33, 63, 66. 90. 94, 103 Hurater, Iiaafy' 7137396 Hure , e ecca Hurst?'Mr. Alec J. 27, 131, 134, 139 Hutson, Jimmy 66 Industria Arts Club 101 Industrial Arts Department 31 Ingold, Harvey 77 Ingold, Leon 66, 96 Ingram, Frances 77 Intramurals 144, 145 Isley, Harry 71, 130, 139 Isley, John Mack, Jr. 53, 100, 101 Ive , Nancy 66 Jackson, Emma Dyanne 54, 96 Jarrell, James 71 Jarrell, Jerry 71. 136, 137 Jarrell, Johnny 77 Jarrell, Peglgy 77 Jarvis, Bar ara 71 Jenkins, Ben 71, 89, 134, 140 Johnson, Betty Lou 77 Johnson, Dianne 66, 91 Johnson, Eugene 71 Johnson, Lee 77, 131 Johnstone, Judith Catherine 54, 82, Jones, Ann 77, 105 103 Jones, Dalrna 71 Jones, Larry O. 66, 100, 101, 106 Jones Larry W. 66, 89 Jones, Malcolm 77 Jones, Priscilla 71 n Brenda Marcella 54 o an war ': er 1 " li- ""5F'l'1.'11THh"-.'? W1lOP er am as, 71, 89, 94 136 137 fn no M cy 5' 2 1 2i "l ! 03 Judd, Patricia 71, 80 Judy, Wesley 77 Class Officers 63 Marshals 46 Play 119 Junior Junior Junior Junior-Senior Prom 114 Junior Junior Keams, Varsity Basketball 138 Varsity Football 131 Billy 66, 140 Kearns, Sue 69, 71, 142, 143 Keeling, Carol 77, 93 Keeling, Linda 77, 93 -u. '. G: : 0 enn y, Dianne 66, 82 Kennedy Pat 66, 94 Key Club 89 Kidd. Haddie 66 Kindley, Barbara 71, 81 Kindley, Frances 77 King, C. L. 71, 82, 136, 137 King, Howard 77 - King, Roger Martin 54, 82, 136, 137 Kinney, Barbara Jean 54, 41, 86, 90, 92 Kinney, Doris 77 Kinney, Susan 77, 93 Kirby, Bill 71 Kirkman, Steve 77 Kistler, Zaney 77 ar '?FF'10"'T'7llp '- ' B v.1 1 77 94 142 143 owes, erry ., 1 97, 99, 103, 126 17 4 Kunkel, Richard 66, 94, 130, 137 Lamb, Bobby 77 Lamb, 'John David 54, 80 Lamb, Richard 66, 80 Lambeth, Janette 77 Lancaster, Miss Merle Etta 20 Lane, Diane 71, 80 Lane, Dorothy 77 Lane, Mr. James R. 14 Lane, James Randolph, Jr. 3, 32, 36, 40, 47, 54, 89, 92, 94, 98 145 nda Ga l 54 90 97 103 Wi iam ennings, r. , , , Lane ane, ,ML 145 Language Department 22 Y Lanier, Martha 77 Lanier, La Rue 71 Lanier, Richard Craig 54 Lassiter, Carolyn 66, 94, 103 Lassiter, Judy 66, 103 Laughlin, John Charles Hugh 38, 54, 92, 94, 102 Lee, Cecil Berry 54, 92, 140 Lee, Mertie Barbara 55, 104 Lemons, James 71, 94, 101 Leonard Daniel 66 94 102, 103 es er, oro y , '- 104 Lester, Harry 77, 130, 138 Lethco, Harold 77, 105 Lewallen, Eugenia 71 Lewallen, Jimmy 77 Lewallen, Katherine Linda 55, 95 Lewis, Denia 72, 93 Lewis, Gary 77, 80 Lewis, Larry Nom1an 55 Library 23 Library Club 105 Liles, Emily 77 Lindsley, Miffie 77 Lineberry, Ruth 77 Loflin, Comelia Iona 55, 95, 101 Loflin, Whitman Powell 55, 100 Long, Donna 77, 93 Long, Mrs. Emma Thornburg 18 Loutrel, Judy 66, 90, 99, 103, 142, 143 Lowe, Bobby 66 Lucas, Wanda 72 Luck, Carol 72 Luck, Jerry 72 Lunsford, Joel 77 Luther, Will 77 Lyndon, Eddie 77, 101 McBride, Brenda Alice 55, 95 McBride, Dale 72, 82 McCartney, Kenton 33, 72 McCormick, John 72, 101 McCrary, Carol 77, 126 McDonald, Ray 72 McDowell, Jerry Thomas 55, 98, 128, 130 McDowell, Nolan 77 McDowell. Pat 77 McDowell, Richard 77, 131 McFadden, David 77, 130, 131, 138 McGrath, Ed 72, 94 McIntyre, Shirley Keith 43 55 ' " 9 99, 126 l WWKHG. 2 5 99 1 , 1 c m ey, Mrs. Mary Brown , 1 , I , " McMasters, Alice 77 McMasters, Eugene 77 McNair, Linda 72 McNeace, Priscilla Ann 55 McNeill. Brenda 72' McNeill, Hilda Joan 55, 91, 93 c el , erry R. 66, 100 McPherson, Larry 77 McPherson, Sue 72, 94 McRae, Joel 72, 130, 134 McRae u J ' con, arajo , B0 ,.. ' -1 El I ULL- is I i ' 5 419.1 Caro u 1 9 'Yr ' aness, eci ' enry , ' G v 5, . ess, Pac 8 aness, eg Marion Marglyia 66 Markwood, Dora 78 Martin, James Albert 55, 89 Martindale, James Lee 78 Mascots 44 Math 18 Mayberry, Diane 72, 82 Meacham, Judy 66, 105 Caroline 72, 94 Charles 78, 131 Miller, Miller, Miller, Ferree 66, 100 Miller, Jane 78, 93 Miller, Larry 78 Miller, Patricia 78 Miner, Mary Ann 66, 90 Miss Ash-Hi-Life 45 Moff' 7 lil o fitt, . C. 72, 101, 131 Moffitt, Linda 66, 93, 95 Moffitt, Miss Mary 23, 105 Mollman, Bill 78, 80 Monitors 94 Moody, Janet 72, 93 Moody, Johnny 66, 98, 130 Moody, Judy 78, 93 Moody, Larry Joe 66, 96, 101 Moody, Roy 66 Moore, Mrs. Anne H. 26 Moore, Betty Jean 66, 90, 103 Moore, Bryson Henderson 56 Moore, Donald Edward 56, 95 Moore, James 78 oore, m a 72, 94 Moore, Emily Sue 78 Moore, Sue 78 Moore, Vera Jane 56, 91 Moore, Wayne 72 I Morgan, Catherine 78, 93 Morgan, Dale 72 Morgan, Mr. E. C. 18 Morgan, Gene 72 Morgan, Mr. L. H. 14 Morgan, Polly Ann 56, 91, 92, 108 Morgan, Revonda 78 Morgan, Tommy 72, 82 Morris, Nancy 66, 82 Morton, Gail 78, 93 Morton, Golda 66, 93 Morton, Janice 78 Morton, Leven Ervin 56 Munn, Brenda 66, 91, 108 Murray, John 78 Murray, Ann 66, 91 Myers Clifford 72 Raines ' CJ- -.5 C A HY. Y '1-'axglqm - uw1l!Wwv"+N1q.pnnqq wry ! 1 if ancy 67, 105 Redding, Brantley 78 I ol 1 - ' Red ing, 1 on , 104, 131 Redding, Steele 78 Redding, Mr. T. Henry 14 Redding, Redding, Walker Talmage, Jr. 57 Reese, Mr. Robert 14 Tommy 3, 33, 67, 86, 89, 98, 130, 139 Rempson, Nancy 78, 80 Reynolds, Carolyn 78 Rhymer, Jane 78 Myers: Phyllis ee, iss, 103, 126 s --- I H I 3 . -A - - ance, o ert 2, 0 Janet 66, 82 eYi Nav , Jerry 66 Nea , Wayne 78 Neal, Patricia Parks 56, 90, 92, 97, 103 Needham, Ina 78 Needham, Johnny 66, 96 Nann i Nelson, Nelson, Charles 72 Cletus 78 Rice, Jo Ann 33, 72, 104 Rich, Bernice 67, 81, 96 Rich, Dallas Rudolph 57, 80 Rich, David 78, 80 Rich, Larry Joe 57, 132 Rich, Mrs. Ruby T. 20, 102 Richardson, Betty Joanne 57, 95 Richardson, Carol n 72 Richardson, Lloydy 72 Richardson, Nancy Jean 57, 90, 92, 99, 103, 126 Richardson, Virginia 78 Richburg, Don 78 . Ridge, William Eugene 39, 44, 57, 89, 92, 94, 98, Robbins, Carol 78 Robbins, Carolyn Laine 57 Robbins, Charlene 72, 93 Robbins, Clara 78 Robbins, Earlene 72, 93 Robbins, Howard Franklin, Jr. 57 Robbins, Linda 67, 82 Robbins, Michael 72 Robbins, Roger 78, 82, 131 Robbins, Tommy 78, 130, 131, 138 Roberts, Houston 78, 138 ' - - xl . ' 63 67 89, 98, 129, 130 I I C l I , , , o erts, u y 72, 82, 131 Robinson, Billy 33, 69, 72, 89, 94, 102, 139 Robinson, Willa 72, 80 Roddy, Larry Allan 57, 134 Roedel, Dorothy 67, 93, 104 Rollins, Shelby Jean 78 Ross, Arthur 67, 102 Ross, Eddie 78 ean 57 91 O'Brient, Carol 66, 90, 94, 99 Office Assistants 108 Olivo, Mary Jo 66, 99, 142, 143 Olivo, Mike 78, 131, 134 Osbome, Barry 78, 138 Osbome, William Homer, Jr. 56, 94 Overman, Harvey 78 Overton, Phyllis 78 Owen, Charles 66, 130 Owen, Jayne 72 Owens, Faye 78 Owens, Arthur 72 Owens, Evelyn Janette 56, 82, 91, 92 Owens, Judy A. 78 Owens, Judy M. 78 Palmer, Steven Thomas 56 Parham, Betty 72, 94 . - . . - . . 4 we err Clar ' 4 98 129, 130 . ns : 'uae Ruland, Lewis 72, 101, 134 Rush, jane 67, 99 Rush, William 78, 138 Russell, Bill 67 an ers A Saunders, Bob 72 Saunders, Linda Elizabeth 57, Scarboro, Sue 67, 94, 103 School Board 14 Schwarz, Bonnie 33, 67, 103 Science Department 20 ' Science Fair 123 Science Math Club 102 Scott, Mr. B. E. 31, 100 Seabolt, Richard 72 91 Parks, Brenda 66, 82 Parks, Dean 78 Parks, Jackie 66, 96 Parks, Larry 72 Parsons, Paul 78 Parsons, Carolyn Jane 56 Parsons, Regis 78 Pate. William 72 Paul, Jerry 78 Payne, Joy 78, 93 Peele, Linda 78 Pen Pal Club 104 Phillips, Bemard 78 Phillips, Carolyn 66, 93 Philli s Miss Elizabet ' ' oenix, Lee . ' Physical Education Department 27 Plummer, Mr. J. W. 14 Poe, Patricia 66, 93, 96 Poole. Carol 78 Poole, Marsha Delores 56, 91, 92 Poole, Max 72, 101 Poole, Ronnie 78 Powers, Tedd 67, 91, 108 Preirnats, Rudlite 67, 90, 99, 142 Prescott, Michael 72, 134 Presnell, Gene 67 Presnell, Rodney 78 Presnell, Sarah 78 P leanor Frances 56 'x 0 '3 1 a umlriamerm, ut se 90 -- 9 ' Q, L rice, Connie 72 Pugh, Ann 78, 93 Pugh, Betty 67, 90, 99, 142 fri up y e, rance Pyrtle, Randy 78 Quill and Scroll Club 97 Radio Institute 108 Ragsdale, Gordon 72, 134 Seller s, Broughton 33, 67, 89, 137 Senior Class Officers 47 Senior Play 118 Senior Ring Dance 115 Senior Showcase 122 Sexton, Brenda Kay 57, 90, 91, 94 Sexton, Wesley 33, 78 Shanas, Ann 78 Shanas, Charlene 72 Shanas, Linda 67 Shane, Tony 67 Sharp, Tony 78 Shaw, Anna Marie 58, 91, 92, 99, 142 Shaw, Bill 67, 82 Shaw, Clyde 78, 131 Shaw, Eunice 67, 81, 90, 94 Shaw, Jeanette 67, 103 Shaw, Shelt Linda 72 William Bennett 58, 128, 130, 140 Shirlgyl' Bobby 72 Shirley, Walter 67 Shrev Sikes, Siler, Siler, Sisk, Slate, Sloat, e, Anne 3, 67, 86 Carolyn 78, 93 Ellen 73, 93 Pam 67 Carolyn 78, 93 Dorothy Elizabeth 58 Jerry 67, 105 Smith, Adrienne 78 Smith, Archie 78 Smith Betsy 73 smahf Mr. C. R. 14 Smith, Gary 78 Smith George Danny 58, 105 Smith, Gloria 33, 79 Smith, Jane 79, 93 Smith, Jimmy 79 Smith, Linda 73 Smith, Marilyn 73, 126 Smith Smith Smith 175 , Martha 67, 96 , .Ronnie 67 , Martin 67, 87, 89, 98, 132, 133, 137 1. -1 Q1Q 129, 130 'Y' sh Smith, Smith, Mrs. Ruby B. 18 Sandra Carol 33, 58, 90, 91, 92 Trotter, Carol lean 59, 91 Trotter, lrene 73 Smith, Steve 79 Trotter, Larry 79 Sneed, Millie 79 Tucker, Mary Ruth 59, 91, 93, 97, 108 Snider, Clarence Mahlon 58, 97 Tucker, Walter 79 Snow, Peggy Anne 58, 95 - o G2 Social Standards Day 111 Social Studies 24 - , v '-' ' ' , 0 Sophomore Class Officers 69 Sparks, Robert 73 Spen Barbara 67, 91 Underwood, Felcie Dianne 59, 91, 93 Underwood, Max 73 unrlerweed, Niki ea, 99, 94, 97, 99, 103, 142, 143 cer, Splnks, Dean Ledbetler 3, 39, 44, 58, 86, 94, 98 Underwood, Terry 68 Spivey, Hilda 61, 91, 103 gP3hi"Cl11 ,BSI 79, 80 SPMY, llmmy 73 P 'T' Bw a d 68 . . .- .win Spivey, Patsy Ann 58, 32 9- ' ' N' 'P 7'-"'-'l' 1 . 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Arm 73, 104 Strider, Phyllis 79 VVBY, David Elliot 60 Stringer, Linda Ann 59, 82, 90, 92, 94 Way, James Colon 60. 82 ' Strohmeyer, Freddy 67, 94, 101, 106 Way, LBITY 73 Stroud, Diane 79 1 - - - Will u mice, Ill 60 Stroud, Mike 73 ' ebb u 9, 12 Q Student Council 32 ' ee S, eve ' Student Council Convention 112 Weiler, HBYFY 73, 133 gtultz, Llrcida3Z9 81 Welch, Billyl73, 101 tutts u , 90 Wec , C ar es Steven 60, 132 ..-, - . . 79 1 U B5 ren a 67. 91, 99,? 1 est, Robert 3 s 132 136 1 A S? gs'Dr1'rR:-14--r' v ,, ey, ge Superlalives.38-43 Wharley, Mrs. Kathleen C. 26 Sllffaffr 195519 67. 87. 97 Wheless, Edward Lee 42, 60, 98, 128, 130, 137, 139 Surratt, Richard Lee 59, 82 Whitaker, Linda 68 Swaim, Jo Ellen 73, 94 Whi 1 - H ' Swain' Rina 213- 50' 104 1 Swaney, im 3 " s1ne,:-..- - Swaney, Jw 79 Whitworth, George Richard 79 Swaney, Nanci' 79 Whitworth, Paulette 79, 93 Swicegood, E ward Forest, II 59, 100, 102, 108 Wilkerson, Louise 68 Table of Contents 4 Williams, Elizabeth 73, 94, 104 Tatum, I..i.rlda 73, 93 6 Williams, Mark 73, 136, 137 e r. u . , 1 1 ' Tlmun. 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