Asheboro High School - Ash Hi Life Yearbook (Asheboro, NC)
- Class of 1962
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Text from Pages 1 - 208 of the 1962 volume:
ASH-HI-LIFE is o student publication of
Asheboro High School, Asheboro, North
GENE MORGAN . . . . . . Co-Editor
RUSTY WALKER ,,.i..,... Ca-Editor
MARK WILLIAMS. . .Business Manager
TIM CARROLL .... Assistant Bus. Mgr.
ADVISERS TO THE STAFF
Miss Lou Williamson, Mr. Williom F. Von
Hoy, Jr., Mr. Dwight M. Hollond, Mrs.
Borboro B. Hill.
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DEDICATION . . .
IN MEMORIAM I
FACULTY . .
CURRICULUM . .
STUDENT COUNCIL .
ACTIVITIES . .
HONOR SECTION . , .
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JUNIOR CLASS . .
SOPHOMORE CLASS . . .. A
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MISS LEONA WOOD
During her years at Asheboro High School we have come to
know her as a wise counselor, a true friend, cmd an inspiration
to all. Because she is ever mindful of our numerous problems
and always ready to offer advice, we have come to love her.
With pride and appreciation we are glad to dedicate the
l962 ASH-Hl-LIFE to Miss Leona Wood.
Through the past years we have come to know her as a
devoted teacher and a loyal friend. As a teacher she is
dedicated to her profession but ever willing to share her
knowledge with every student. As a friend she maintains
an active interest in all of our activities and we have come
to respect her judgment. With honor and deep gratitude
we are proud to dedicate the i962 ASH-HI-LIFE to Mrs.
MISS MARY M. MOFFITT
In past years she has taken part in many school activities and her service has been a most
valuable one to our school. In her position as librarian she has endeared herself to many through
her unselfish help and has performed a most important part of our school's curriculum. For her
untiring service and devotion to her job we are indeed happy to honor Miss Mary M. Moffitt.
WILLIAM FRANK REDDING, JR.
November 7, 'I901
July 5, 'I96'I
"Death Be Not Proud"
And what is to cease breathing, but to free the
breath from its restless tides, that it may rise and
expand and seek God unencumbered?
For life and death are one, even as the river and
the seas are one.
All growth depends upon activity. There is no de-
velopment physically or intellectually without effort,
and effort means work. Work is not aw curse, it is the
prerogative of intelligence, the only means to manhood,
and the measure of civilization.
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Sportsmanship is reflected in athletic activities.
Growing minds . . . growing bodies
Industrioi Arts, on importont port of vocotioncil Our reword for yeors of Iobor.
Leorning, the basis of our lives
Park Street Elementary School
i Charles W. McCrary Elementary School
The constant growth of our city has
engendered much improvement in
educational facilities available to its
citizens. To meet the demands for
more and better education, the pa-
trons of Asheboro have worked dili-
gently in their efforts toward greater
accomodations and a more advanced
Included in this program is an
accredited public school system com-
posed of some of the finest buildings
in the state. Over the past ten years
Asheboro has constructed two modern
elementary schools equipped with the
most up-to-date furnishings available.
ln September, l962, the new Ashebora
Junior High School will be receiving
its first students as plans progress
for the erection of an additional ele-
mentary school in the near future.
Asheboro High School itself stands as
a model among structures of its type
in the nation. The past decade has
seen the high school curriculum broad-
ened and advanced by the following
new subjects: a two-year course in
college preparatory English, one year
courses in world geography, sociology
and economics, solid geometry, trigo-
nometry, and advanced algebra.
For higher education in the business
world, Asheboro has two business col-
leges which offer diploma courses in
accounting, secretarial and stenogra-
phic work, machines, and civil service.
ln addition to the five school librar-
ies, the city is served by two public
libraries, the Asheboro Public Library
and the Randolph County Public
In the fall of l962 the Randolph
Industrial Education Center will be
open to five hundred students, offer-
ing courses in various fields including
electronics, drafting, and electrical
Lindley Park Elementary School
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In the city of Asheboro we are fortu-
nate that there is a wide range of in-
stitutions and organizations that aug-
ment our personal development, each
adding tothe joy of living in this "center
of North Carolina." Major religious deno-
minations are represented through
numerous churches where every citizen
may worship according to his belief. The
homes of our town are many and beauti-
ful, given cherished touches by the
friendly and happy families that occupy
them. While some are interested in the
recreation and pleasure that they find
through study groups, book clubs, and
civic clubs, there are those who utilize
the many recreational activities that are
offered in Asheboro. Outdoor summer
parks and the recreational center are
main areas of supervised recreation,
where one can participate in basketball,
baseball, tennis, bowling, and swimming.
In other municipal and private centers,
golf, canoeing, boating, wrestling, and
fishing enhance the social and recreation-
al life of our town.
Nevertheless, the young people of
Asheboro increase their social growth
enormously at school. Here youthful
exuberance is successfully charged and
challenged by the complexity, the variety,
the versatility of student life. Although
each of us is striving to attain a measure
of success, there can be no degree
awarded to match the friendships,
happiness, opportunities, and school spirit
that we have experienced during our
years as students.
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During the past decade growth of an encouraging significance has been
witnessed in Asheboro. Encompassing the mind, heart, and soul is a spiritual
aura which reveals itself in the town and its people.
Indicative of this religious interest is the marked increase in churches of
the Asheboro area. Throughout the past ten years we have seen the erection
of approximately twenty new churches and an even greater number of addi-
tions and expansions. By construction of new churches and enlargement of
numerous others, Asheboro has provided facilities for a greater representa-
tion of its populace in worship centers. lt has afforded them new, modern
environs to lend an atmosphere ever conducive to real religious worship. In
accordance with its reputation as a center of religious activity, Asheboro
has a number of churches representing the following denominations: Bap-
tist, Methodist, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic, Congregational Christian,
Holiness, Friends, Episcopal, Evangelical Reform, Lutheran, Seventh Day Ad-
ventist, Church of God, and Wesleyan Methodist. Newcomers to Asheboro
note with appreciation that the church of their choice is available, attended
by a cordial congregation.
So one observes that even in the hustle and bustle of a growing city,
people pause to exercise the privilege of spiritual freedom. The impatient
tempo, the restless pace are momentarily stilled. In gratitude is He worshiped
who inspires all growth.
A place for quiet meditation and reverent worship.
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used as centers of worship.
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Traditional beliefs in contemporary surroundings.
Asheboro people view with pride
the industrial growth of our town
over the past decade. Local manu-
facturers have steadily expanded
their operations, and many new
industries have been established
here by outsiders.
Citizens dedicated to the promo-
tion of a program of substantial
industrial growth, folks willing to
hasten that development through
investing their time, their talents,
and their money, and people in this
community and others nearby who
have been trainable and productive
in industrial employment are the
chief factors in our town's industry
Although the hosiery industry is
the largest single industry, there
is a great diversity of manufactur-
ing. Manufactured products include
furniture, textiles, concrete blocks,
brooms, overalls, flour, lingerie,
neckties, handkerchiefs, underwear,
paper boxes, barrell stoves, Vene-
tian blinds, automatic blankets,
flashlight batteries, and cowboy
Asheboro, the Center of North Carolina.
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lndustry, a basic ingredient of our livelihood.
A building block of our economy.
"Progress is our rnost important product."
Arsenal of local defense.
MR, GUY B, TEACHEY MRS. MILDRED CHRISCO
ASHEBOR0 CITY SCHCOL BCDARD
Mr. L. H. Morgan, Mr. C. Reitzel Smith, Dr. Frank Edmondson, Chairman, Mr. C. E. Hughes, Dr. J. R. Suggs,
Mr. Guy B. Teachey, Mr. James R. Lane, Mr. A.W. Fairclath, Mr. Richard B. Sweeney, Mr. J. A. Lowrance, Mr.
T. Henry Redding.
MR. LEE C. PHOENIX
Asheboro High School's efficient secretary.
Mr. Phoenix assists us with our work . . ,
The American high school is a very complex and
unique institution. lt has many facets, challenges, and
responsibilities. Perhaps the greatest responsibility of any
high school today is preparing young people to accept the
challenge of a modern world and a realization of the
many sides of development for citizenship and service.
Persons in the future may look back on the twentieth
century as an era of breakthroughs. ln rapid succession,
men have harnessed the atom's power, have broken the
sound barrier in flight, and have launched man into
space. These facts were made possible by highly educated
individuals working together as a team.
Elation over this technological progress should be tem-
pered with an awareness of the worth and importance
of the individual. lf an individual is to be of use, he must
reverence himself--not because of anything he has done,
but for what others have done for him. Each individual is
the recipient of the labors, the love and sacrifices of
parents, teachers, and citizens of the community and
nation. Our public schools have the responsibility of the
social, moral, physical, mental, industrial, and democra-
tic growth and development of the individual. lt is not
enough to develop the mind. All sides of individuals must
be considered and developed to their fullest.
One man with an idea to which he is committed can
change his environment, his community, his country, even
his world. lt is through such individuals that causes are
advanced and society moves forward.
MRS. OLIMBE D.
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Geography requires visual aids and detailed
Helping hand for D. O. students.
Experiments: highlight of science.
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MlSS MARIE ANDREWS MISS HELEN BOSTlCK
Civics, U. S. History French
MR. MERTON H. BRANSON MR. G. GLENN BROOKSHIRE
Diversified Occupations World Geography
MISS KATHERINE BUIE MRS. KITTIE J. CAVENESS
MR. BILLY D. CHILTON MRS. WALKER W. DERR
Chemistry, General Science, Algebra, Plane Geometry
MRS. MILDRED T. FAIRCLOTH MR. VERNON S. FELTON
English, Journalism English, Civics
MR. JOSEPH B. FIELDS MRS. LENA FLENNIKEN
Explanations are vital to algebra.
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Smiling faces - another successful concert
Teacner's work is never done.
"NOW hgld flqgf more just Q bit "Um-m-rn . . . has anyone been left out of the
"Did this paper illustrate the well-developed Mr. HUVST beginS Onoflwer
theme?" physical education class.
MR, GLENN ELBERT FOX
Algebra, Solid Geometry,
MISS M. ANGELYN GLISSGN I
MR. MOYER LESTER
HARRIS' 'IR' MRS- BARBARA BARGER I'III-I- MR, DWIGHT M. HOLLAND MISS JULIA K. HUDSON
MiX6d Chorus Distributive Education Aff English
Lotin requires individuel instruction. Sponish pronunciation
through oudio oids,
Theorems ore ner business. Mr. McCombs promotes leorning by testing.
MR. ALEX J. HURST, JR.
MR. DONALD G. JARRETT,
MISS MERLE ETTA
LANCASTER MRS. ERMA T. LONG
Biology Plane Geometry, General Math
MR. FRED M. LOVIN
General Math, Algebra
MR. CURTIS E.
MISS SYLVIA MCLEAN
Physical Education, English
MRS. ANNE H. MOORE
Typing, Bookkeeping, Business
Proper use of the freezer is demonstrated by
Averaging grades is a teacher's chore.
MISS IRMA ANNE POWELL MR. M. REID PRILLAMAN
English, Speech-Dramatics Guidance Counselor
MRS. RUBY TYSOR RICH MR. WILLIAM J. SMITH
"Onomatopoeia, o-n-o-m-a-t ....... " Biology World History
F A C U Y He helps us plan our futures.
MR. LEE J. STONE
MR. EDWARD R. SUGG
Undismoyed by freshman frolics. Smile cmd the world smiles with Asheboro High School's Edword R.
Helping honds mold our future. MR. DONALD THOMAS MR. JOE VAUGHN TROGDON
U. S. History, World History
All teachers need to keep up with the news.
MRS. KATHLEEN C.
General Business, Typing,
MR. WILLIAM F. VAN HOY,
Modern Problems, Economics
MR. MORRIS WHITSON "A gerund is a verbal noun." Here's where those seven-page tests
General Math Oflglncie-
MRS. PEGGY RICH WILKES
MISS LEONA WOOD
English, U. S. History
MISS LOU WILLIAMSON
MRS. DORIS G. WRIGHT
"We are ready to begin plate l6."
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The English language .
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It is the chief aim of the English
department to acquaint the student
with the various phases of the lan-
guage arts. Realizing that the art of
communication is of paramount im-
portance in preparing students for a
creative and responsible readiness to
face the complexities of today's mod-
ern world, the members of the de-
partment endeavor to challenge the
student in the study of literature, com-
position, vocabulary improvement,
and effective self-expression.
For the past two years our school
has offered pre-college English. This
course, open to juniors and seniors
with a high scholastic average, stress-
es a program of extensive reading and
writing, two essentials for college-
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Euclid is responsible for your troubles, not I. This should be o very simple system.
Mathematics, the building blocks of the universe
3 and advanced algebra, a broad opportunity to learn
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A working knowledge of mathematics is very
essential in the complex world in which we live. Under
the guidance of able teachers and with courses in
general mathematics, plane geometry, trigonometry,
about all phases of mathematics is offered. This
program strives to acquaint the student with the ap-
plications of mathematics in daily living and prepare
him for further study in this field.
Knowledge of graphs is useful in later life.
Work at the board gives students greater confidence.
. and the core of logic.
Objectives of the social studies department are to
create an awareness of the interdependence between
man and his environment, to acquaint the student
with the principles behind our pattern of group living,
and to instill in the mind of the student a responsibility
for making the world a better place in which to live,
These objectives are aimed at developing the ability
to meet situations involving social relationships. Mem-
bers of the department endeavor to couple the factual
knowledge gained with action, in trying to develop
attitudes, skills, and appreciations necessary for good
Through a thorough study of man's past achieve-
ments and of local, national, and world problems, the
student cultivates habits of thinking and acting which
may in time bring about reform and a lasting world
Included in this department are world history,
A new insight on social customs.
"And what were the effects of the
Industrial . . ."
United States history, modern problems, sociology,
economics, civics, and a new course, world geography.
Men are all inventors .
Interesting bulletin boards are effective media for learning history.
Mr. Smith eloborofes on the mop study.
. . soiling forth on ci voyage of discovery.
The major organs ofthe United Notions ore . . .
I History sometimes proves to be very humorous
To meet the demands of a scientific world
our science department works diligently to
give us a liberal background that will pre-
pare us for the future. With courses in gen-
eral science, biology, chemistry, and physics,
this department tries to meet the needs of
every student and gives many a foundation
for further scientific research. Most of all,
however, this department strives to create
enthusiasm and interest in contemporary
achievements and to stimulate the thinking of
students to pursue a scientific profession.
You shall know the truth .
Students learn through expert instruction Experimentation is a vital part of science
Models give greater meaning and perspective
to scientific data.
Biology offers the chance to study plant and animal life
. and the truth shall make you free.
Tests measure our achievements. An expert's touch
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Through practice we develop basic skills.
Vocational competency . . .to meet demands of business.
Students gain knowledge of business
The business education department endeavors to develop in the
student criteria essential for success in today's business world. In addi-
tion to covering the entire field of office and secretarial training, including
typing, shorthand, and the study of business machines, the department's
objectives are directed toward non-vocational education, including con-
sumer education and education for social and economic efficiency. Actual
application of these skills is offered to those business education students
serving as office assistants. With the background provided by the com-
mercial courses, the student is better prepared to undertake his work
with knowledge and confidence.
Our future secretaries.
Latin, forerunner of the English language.
Through the study of
Latin, students not only
learn to read and write
this classic language, but
also study the colorful
history and culture of
Rome. Knowledge of this
language is also benefi-
cial in the study of Eng-
lish, the other Romance
languages, and science.
Study of French and Span-
ish tends to give students a
better understanding of the
other peoples of the world.
In the student's efforts to
comprehend the language,
he is exposed to the culture
and art of the people wha
speak that language. Since
understanding is the basis of
friendship, the language stu-
dents develop a platform on
which to build better rela-
tions with the other peoples
of the world.
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A channel to international understanding.
South of the Border . .
These students specialize in dance music.
Marching techniques, instrumental skills, and
music appreciation are developed by taking part
in the band.
The Asheboro High School Band adds much to
football season with its stirring half-time shows.
Besides performing as a complete unit, some
of the members perform as a jazz band at such
events as pep rallies, basketball games, the Senior
Showcase, and some out-of-town football games.
Still others comprise the Chapel Band which plays
at the various chapel programs throughout the
Following football season, the band begins drill-
ing for more serious events. Each spring the band
sponsors a concert open to the public. Annually
the band travels to Woman's College in Greensboro
for the State Band Concert, where for the past few
years they have received a Superior rating.
The Asheboro High School Band practices long
and hard for its various activities and as a result
always displays a fine exhibition.
Opportunities for improvement and
development in voice are offered by
the Choral Department. Students par-
ticipating in chorus grasp a knowledge
of the theory of music and gain an
appreciation for music.
The choral groups practice tireless-
ly in the classroom throughout the
year, and each Christmas present to
the student body an inspiring pro-
gram. ln the spring they sponsor a
concert open to the public.
Practice makes perfect.
Music . . . the universal tongue.
With a song in your heart
Through Art we learn skill, art appreciation . .
Art is but the shadow of humanity.
Our art department is one that merits honor in our
school. Out of the art department come many students
who have developed their artistic talents through hours
of practice and experience. Instruction in art increases
the students' awareness of their art heritage and the in-
fluence of art in their lives by teaching art history and
appreciation. lt also gives students an understanding of
design and an appreciation of beauty.
Highlighting the year is the annual art exhibit. However,
the art department also assists in various projects such as
posters for publicity, decorations for various activities,
bulletin boards, and special properties for plays. Numerous
materials needed for bulletin boards, athletic events, and
publicity for school activities are furnished by the art depart-
Mr. Holland and the students of the art department
are to be commended for their multitudinous efforts and
. . and individuality . . . . with the help of our instructor, Mr. Holland.
As the body is strong, so shall the mind be.
Classroom activities broaden our knowledge of health and safety.
Our well-rounded physical education program,
guided by its competent staff, is influential in
the growth of our students. Physical growth is
aided by participation in such sports as basket-
ball, volleyball, and softball, mental growth is
promoted in the classroom through study of
health, first aid, and driver education. Both of
these areas of growth are enhanced by the prin-
ciples of co-operation and good sportsmanship,
building better citizens of the future.
"Somebody grab that ball."
Recreation, a break in our crowded schedule.
Physical fitness plays a vital role in a mod-
lndustry . . . soul of business . . . keystone of prosperity.
Skilled hands to use precision machines. We learn from demonstrations.
Mr. Sugg gives Kenton some pointers on mechanical drawing.
A working knowledge of handi-
crafts and simple tools, which is so
important in later life, is given by the
Industrial Arts Department. Under
the guidance of skilled instructors, a
background is laid that will be bene-
ficial to us in our vocations. Through
classroom instruction and training in
shop procedures, one gains knowledge
about all shop machinery, wood work,
electronics, and ceramics. As an in-
troduction to the techniques of skilled
craftsmen, the training received in in-
dustrial arts undoubtedly makes us
better equipped for the future.
Sewing, a necessary skill of a homemaker.
Experience is the best teacher.
Homes are the backbone of a nation.
Home Economics is a course which introduces skills
in home life in general as well as specific domestic arts.
Pupils are taught fundamentals in foods, clothing, care
of home equipment, relationships, community needs, and
good use of all wealth, tangible and intangible.
The cooking phase of home economics teaches young
women the fundamentals of working in a kitchen. They
are instructed in the purchasing and preparation of food,
canning and freezing, and general culinary cleanliness.
The sewing department stresses careful selection of
clothes to meet the needs of different individuals under
varying circumstances and to enhance the appearance
of the person. Basic steps in sewing are a part of this
instruction. From these basic steps the pupils learn
how to select and follow patterns, how to choose ma-
terial, how to operate machines with their different at-
tachments, and how to put a garment together neatly,
substantially, and artistically.
Girls are taught family and social relations and child
care as well as budget making and careful spending of
both time and money. This is done through reading, lec-
tures, and actual experience.
We enjoy the food of our fiftieth state.
The way to a man's heart is through his stomach.
Our students goin experience in the business world.
Members of the junior and senior classes can learn
a variety ot trades in the diversified occupations pro-
gram. This department provides for the preparation of
students tor occupations while they attend school by
giving them classroom instruction and on-the-job training.
Students enrolled in this course receive training as
nurses' aids, hospital orderlies, mechanics, floral workers,
radio and television repairmen, and other tradesmen.
Mr. Branson develops our vocational interests.
We earn while we learn.
Junior and seniors can receive valuable training in
the business world while working toward a high school
diploma by participation in the distributive education
program. Through classroom studies and part-time work
experience, the student learns about retail and whole-
sale selling. The program also aims toward bettering re-
lations between the school and the business community.
We have the honor of being host for the district
D. E. Convention.
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Worlds of knowledge pass over this desk.
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A librarian's work is never done. The card catalogue is our guide to the library.
There is no past so long as books shall live.
An ever available source of help to the M-an-,,,,,,
students of Asheboro High School is our wg..-
library. The purpose of the library is
threefold: lil to provide books and other
materials for the schooI's educational
program, Q7 to develop the student's in-
terest in reading and to stimulate his
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to teach the student how to use the li-
brary. Up-to-date information is pro-
vided in all fields by collections of books,
newspapers, magazines, pamphlets, pho
nograph records, and filmstrips.
Our able librarian and competent li
brary assistants are always on hand to
aid the students in obtaining the books
they need, whether for research or
We need a quiet place to gain knowledge.
Mr. Prillaman guides us toward
As our society becomes more complex,
the need for information about that society
becomes more acute. As teachers individ-
ualize instruction, the need for more and
better information about students becomes
more essential. As students are encouraged
by parents and teachers to become more
self-directive, their need for understanding
themselves becomes more evident. Because
of these and many other similar conditions,
the school is concerned with the vital role
played by each individual pupil. Through a
guidance program which includes students,
parents, and teachers, this new service at
Asheboro High School endeavors to give to
each student the assistance which will en-
able him to make good adjustment, wise
decisions, and intelligent plans involving ed-
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Tests gauge our knowledge and tax our brains.
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THE STUDENT COUNCIL
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One of the most important student functions in Asheboro
High School is the Student Council. This organization is a demo-
cratic form of government exercising all the rights and privileges
of a democracy. Through the Student Council each student has
the opportunity to voice his own opinion or suggestion. He does
this through a representative elected by his homeroom. Each
homeroom representative attends a council meeting weekly and
presents any suggestions or ideas that he may have. On the fol-
lowing day each representative reports to his homeroom any busi-
ness that was brought up during the meeting.
Student Council officers for the ensuing year are elected
near the end of the spring semester. Preceding elections comes
a vigorous campaign, followed by the annual convention. Finally,
on election day, the students exercise another democratic privi-
lege, voting. We have been fortunate in the past three years in
using the county voting machines, a privilege made possible by the
Randolph County Board of Elections.
Among the multitude of activities sponsored by the Student
Council are Freshman Orientation Day, publication of the student
handbook containing helpful information pertaining to school life
and school regulations, and a scholarship which is awarded to a
deserving senior. Other responsibilities of the council are morn-
ing devotions, all schoolwide elections, Social Standards Day, and
operating the school store.
Main objectives of the organization are to serve as a link
between the student body and administration, to keep the students
well informed, to represent the student body, to develop a sense
of responsibility in the students, to promote school spirit, and to
encourage good leadership, citizenship, and scholarship.
Seated: Walker, Kivett, Carter, Parham, Robinson. Standing: Jones
STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES
, Seated: Henry, Stutts, Hadley, Bulla, Hobson. Standing: Grimsley, Cox,
Frye, McDowell, Barton.
Seated: POISON Kcfchom Allen Edenfield, COHOWOY. Sfdndinsr Mvfion, Seated: Hogan, Srricklcmd, McNeill, Whitaker, Davis. Standing: Loflin
Williamson, Schwarz, Walker, Morgan, Beane. Pugh, Church, Chandler, Bowers.
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
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MARTHA KIVETT . . .
MR. LEE C. PHOENIX
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SENIOR HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS SENIOR HOMEROOM VICE-PRESIDENTS
Seated: Brenda Hall, Dalrna Jones, Geneva Staley. Standing: J. B. Davis, Seated: Betty Parham, Larry Parks, Karen Brower. Standing: Sue
Harry Isley, David Brenner. Kearns, Bill Sfevens.
Senior Home Room officers
SENIOR HUMEROOM SECRETARIES SENIOR HOMEROOM TREASURERS
Seated: Ronnie Winslow. Standing: Sue McPherson, Linda Shaw, Pat Seated: Diane Lane, C. L. King, Pat Harwell. Standing: Gilbert Brim,
Harwell. Ronnie Winslow.
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Kneeling: Emily Clayton, Carol McCrary,
Jerry Ward, Sarah Henry. Standing: Nor-
man Gray, Bob Allred, Jimmy York, Judy
Kneeling: Randy Pyrtle, Gary Lewis,
Johnny Ward. Standing: Sandra Frazier,
Phyllis Brewer, Ann Auman, Donna Faye
Kneeling: Bill Everall, Bob Ferree, Wesley
Sexton, Betty Lou Johnson. Standing:
David McFadden, Tommy Robbins, Nolan
McDowell, Gloria Smith.
Kneeling: Dean Parks, Sue Moore, Janett
Roberts. Standing: Billie Jo Thorburn,
Charlotte Hayworth, Anita Bulla, Pat Judd.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
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DANIELLE MCMASTER .,.. .... V ice-President
MR. WILLIAM J. SMITH . ,. ..., , ,Sponsor
MARTHA WALKER ,.,.. . . . .Treasurer
MIKE MORGAN .r.. . , ,President
Kneeling: Mitchell Boone, Carolyn Beane
Brenda Page, Jerry Williams. Standing
Darius Bailey, Johnny Jarrell, Steve Burk
head, Byron Tatum, Doug Thomas.
Kneeling: Ann Mclntosh, Loraine Farlow,
Pat Morton, Vicki York. Standing: Bobby
Williams, Richard Garkalns, Linda Cra-
ven, Ann Beane, Mike Hooker.
Kneeling: Barbara Parks, Linda Russell,
Brenda Barker, Donnie Bowers, Steve Vun-
cannon. Standing: Connie Thompson,
Susan Chandler, Dianne Clark, George
Johnston, Steven Perry, Barry Richburg.
Kneeling: Carol Hogan, Jane Spivey, Cece-
Iia Briles, Sylvia McNeill. Standing: Ellen
Trotter, Dianne Miller, Jesalyn Kearns,
Elizabeth Benbow, Susan Kemp.
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RONNIE CAVINESS ...,, ,,.V.. T reosurer
LINDA RUSSELL ,.......4 ,.,. S ecretary
MISS SYLVIA MCLEAN , . . . , .Sponsor
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Seated: Martha Walker, Danielle McMas-
ter, Cecelia Story, Jane Adams. Standing:
Dremia Davis, Sonny Edmondson, Jimmy
Brown, Joe Spencer, Shirley Caviness.
Seated: Jane Cain, Carolyn Isl-ey, Janice
Underwood. Standing: Frank Barham, Mike
Morgan, Ervin Lloyd.
Seated: Linda Jarvis, Priscilla Strayhorn,
Helen Walker, Anita Reeder. Standing:
Tommy Brazier, Kay Allen, Bedford Can-
non, Sammy Rich, Roy Tucker.
Seated: Reba Shaw, Barbara Owens, Linda
Jarrell, Sandy Davis. Standing: Linda Yar-
borough, Emily Chriscoe, Larry l-laithcock,
Brenda Craven, Virginia Hartsell.
GENE MORGAN RUSTY WALKER
Diane Lane, Activities Editor: Wanda Flenniken, Rene Swaim, David
McFadden, Assistant Activities Editors.
MARK WILLIAMS TIM CARROLL
Business Manager Assistant Business Manager
Jerry Buliins, Assistant Senior Editor, Mary Hughes, Senior Editor.
MRS. BARBARA B. HILL DWIGHT M. HOLLAND MISS LOU WILLIAMSON
Business Adviser Layout Adviser Copy Adviser
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Sammy Yates, Art Editor: Harry Weller, Karen Brower, Girls' Sports Editor: Martha Kivett, Jimmy Grimsley, Boys' Sports Editor: Phil Free
Photographer: Larry Parks, Assistant Art Assistant Girls' Sports Editor. man, Boys' Sports Editor.
Judy Webb, Underclassmen Editor: Jimmy Karen Clodfelter, Copy Editor: David Brenner, Catherine Wright, Assistant Circulation Mana
Trollinger, Assistant Underclassmen Editor: Assistant Copy Editor. ger: Linda Moore, Circulation Manager.
Sandra Frazier, Assistant Underclassmen
Typists: Barbara Kindley, Becky Hardin, Tucker Thompson, Jo Ann Typists: Priscilla Edwards, Pat Harwell, Geneva Staley, Head Typist:
Rice, Linda Allred. Betty Maness.
Seated: Barbara Kivett, Associate Editor: Catherine Wright, Editor-
in-Chief: Pam Stutts, News Editor: Standing: Lindo Stultz, Sports
Editor: Bill Kirby, Circulation Manager: Mary Hardin, Circulation
Subscription Manager: Jimmy Gentry, News Editor.
Manager: Ann Way, Proofreader: Phyllis Brewer, Typist: Patricia
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All students look forward to the monthly edition of the Ash-
Hi-Chat. Although the paper emphasizes news and sports, it also
endeavors to encourage the artistic ability in poetry, essay, and
feature writing. The members of its staff receive their training for
writing in a class devoted entirely to journalism.
Future literary greats?
Trogdon, Typist: Mike Stroud, Sports Editor: Gayle Coleman, Fea-
ture Editor: Wayne Trogdon, Advertising Manager: Mary Hughes,
A hidden lagoon . . swaying palms
We dance to the music of the "Mellotones"
A night to remember . . . Almost Paradise
Miss Ellen Siler, princess of the prom
A never to be forgotten night, the Junior-
Senior Prom, arrived after weeks of prep-
aration. Under the splendor of pastel
clouds in an enchanting sky, the juniors
and seniors waltzed to the music of the
Mellotones. The mural, a beautiful lagoon
surrounded by exotic plants, palm trees,
and a real water tall, transformed the
lounge into a tropical wonderland. A
grass hut amid tropical plants and trees
backed by majestic mountains added to the
reality of the paradise. As the enchant-
ment of the evening grew, the mood was
climaxed by the crowning of the queen
and princess. Then, all too soon, the night
became a memory-of a tropical wonder-
land that was truly "Almost Paradise."
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Display of varied talents
Around the world with talent
Talents of our fellow
students are on parade when
the senior class presents its
annual talent show, the
Senior Showcase. Under the
competent direction of Mrs.
Kittie J. Caveness and
Mr. Dwight Holland, we en-
joy on evening of constant
surprises and hilarious fun.
Centered around an uproar-
ious theme, the Senior Show-
case is one of the highlights
of our school year.
Director Director MOU MOU Mama
When the mice are away the cats will play. All right boys you re on next
"Easy, Reverend, remember now."
Last chance before Broadway
The house lights come down, murmuring voices are
hushed and the curtain opens . , T spellbound, the au-
dience listens as latent talents come alive in the first
act of the Senior Play, "The Bishop's Mantle." The
ploy describes the trials and tribulations of Hilary Laur-
ens, a young minister struggling with his first parish,
and also the trouble that he encounters with his party-
girl fiance, "Lex" McColly. Fighting congregational dis-
approval and also self-rebuke, Reverend Laurens is
successful in settling all his problems in the end, thus
providing an exciting story and an outstanding perform-
Members of the cast are Rusty Walker, Caroline
Miller, Sue Kearns, Barbara Jarvis, Diane Lane, Rene
Swaim, Benny Cole, Gene Morgan, Mackie Hammer,
Gilbert Brim, Nancy Baird, and Priscilla Jones.
The Dunn family portrait
"Yes, Hettie , kittens, as in cats."
More unexpected company for Mrs. Foster? A moment's peace in the Foster household
Miss Helen Bostick and Miss Leona Wood, Co-Directors.
Comedy, tragedy, and love in a drama
Under the direction of Miss Helen Bostick, the Junior Class pre-
sented a rollicking comedy of the life of a teenaged girl. Hoping to
be "Queen of the Ball," Judy plots various schemes in order to make
the largest contribution to the committee sponsoring the ball and thus
become queen. Aided by her mischievous brother Randolph and
plagued by her bungling boyfriend Oogie, Judy throws her whole house-
hold into several embarrassing escapades. While her father receives
honorable mention in a nation-wide contest for the "Most Kissable
Lips" and her mother is forced to resign from the P.T.A. because of
an accidental switch in a speech she had prepared and Judy's "true
confession" essay, Judy, having no date and not being a queen on the
night of the dance, elopes. After mass confusion, Judy becomes queen
-through a default caused by hives. Members of the cast were Karen
Clodfelter, Diane Lane, Mary Hughes, Rene Swaim, Roberta Byrd,
Elizabeth Pugh, Linda Cameron, Janet Moody, Betty Jane Dute, Gilbert
Brim, Ben Cole, Harry Weiler, Billy Robinson, and Nicky Hancock.
"Now, no one listens to malicious gossip."
Student Council members receive instructions for Social Standards Day.
What shall I do in the future? At some time each student asks himself this im-
portant question. To help supply an answer, we have the opportunity to hear at least
two speakers present opinions and facts concerning their specific occupations. This serv-
ice project, sponsored by the Student Council, provides the answer to the career question
while we enjoy our annual Social Standards Day.
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Introducing the Social Standards Day Committee The trials of teaching as explained by Mr. Warren
Concerning future careers, the voice of experience is summoned.
Dr. Joyner presents a picture of the medi- Audience is held spellbound by "Bones" McKinney, distinguished Wake
cal profession. Forest Coach,
Miss Blue Comet sheds tears of joy,
Clowns, elephants, lions, and trapeze girls
gaily paraded through downtown Asheboro her-
alding the annual Homecoming celebration. The
theme for the parade was "Circus Time." For
the evening entertainment the Blue Comets played
Statesville and won by a score of 28 to 7, Half-
time brought forth announcements of winners
in the afternoon parade as well as the crowning
of Mr. and Miss Blue Comet. To highlight the
evening's activities the traditional Homecoming
dance was held in the lounge.
Elephants . . . clowns . . . pretty girls
Everybody loves the circus.
Excitement climaxecl .
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What's wrong, Hercules? That tree trunk too heavy? A proud moment for Mr. Blue Comet, Ronnie
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T'-H' First Row: Bob Barham, President: Mildred Holt, Historian: Brenda Beane, Historian.
Second Row: Robert Nance, Vice-Pesident: Butch Cox, Librarian: Geneva Staley,
Secretary-Treasurer: Jane Bulla, Librarian.
JOSEPH B. FIELDS MOYER L. HARRIS
Director Assistant Director
A fully accredited academic subject, the Asheboro High
School Band teaches the fundamentals of good musicianship
through consistent practice. The band's year is divided into two
seasons: football season and contest-concert season. During foot-
ball season the band furnishes music for parades and football
' - v - games, plus half-time displays of precision marching and page-
ASPIYINQ Young Muslclans antry. After football season preparation is begun for the state con-
test and its two annual concerts. The band has received a rating
of Superior for its performance in the past five state contests
in grades three and four music.
First row: Voncannon, R. Swaim, Burge, P. Staley, Stedman, Morgan, Brown, Wright, C. Brown, McNulty, Cameron, West, Morgan. Fifth
Hayworth, Horner, Macon, L. Farlow. Second row: Judd, Surratt, row: Mr. Harris, Faust, Stout, Lewis, Allred, Freeman, D. Farlow,
Rice, Thomas, Jones, Upchurch, Auman, Nance, Stroud, Welch, H. Hughes, Miller, Teachey, Lane, Mr. Fields. Sixth row: Robbins,
Tatum, Lee. Third row: Holt, Starcher, Scott, Wilson, J. Swaim, Neely, Swicegood, Rich, N. Hughes, Mollman, Durham, Cox, King,
Dildy, Bulla, Rempson, Beane, G. Staley. Fourth row: Greene, J. Barham, L. Hughes.
Lorraine Forlow, Donna Voncannon, Clarajo Macon, Rene Swaim, Peggy Horner, Brenda Burge, Phyllis Staley,
Charlotte Hayworth, Sally Stedman, Chief.
Chapel Band: First row: Dildy, Bulla, Rempson, Beane, H. Hughes, Stout, Swaim, Teachey, Lane. Second row
Holt, McNulty, C. Brown, Freeman. Third row: Mollman, J. Brown, Wright, Greene, Auman, Upchurch, Nance
Welch, L. Hughes, Cox, King, Barham, Allred.
Sandra Tatum, Jo Ann Rice, Jayne Surratt, Jazz Band: Stout, Barham, Auman, Greene, Mollman, Lewis.
Pat Judd, Ricky Lee.
Under the direction of Mr. '
Moyer L. Harris, members of
the Asheboro High School
Chorus receive vocal training
and develop an appreciation
of music. Offering other rich
rewards, chorus teaches the
fundamentals of cooperation
and gives fun and friendship
to its members. The chorus
participates in the annual
State Music Festival which
provides an incentive to ad-
vance in chorus. ln addition,
the chorus presents its annual
Christmas and Spring concerts
with varied musical selections.
MR. MOYER HARRIS
Through the efforts of this man
and many hours of rehearsal.
the finished product is a polished performance
First Row: Mabe, Pianist: Trollinger, Lanier, Stringer, G. West,
Baird, B. West, MacDonald, Johnson, Maness, Snider, McNeill
Williams, Stout. Second Row: Moffitt, Luther, Lewallen, Bailey,
King, Smith, Trogdon, Beane, Bullins, Judd, Chrisco, Holt, Mr
Moyer Harris, Director. Third Row: Henson, Cranford, Canoy, Pate
Roberts, Brady, Allred, Johnson, McDowell, Murray, Clark, Turner
Beane. Fourth Row: Stout, Burgess, Strider, Allred, Bennett, Pres-
cott, Ward, King, McGrath, Craven, Morgan, Holt, Davis, Bullins,
F.T.A. initiates new members.
We are proud of our National Merit Finalists.
Group programs offer pleasure
and knowledge to all.
Our various assembly programs throughout
the year provide entertainment, inspiration,
and educational opportunities for the entire
student body. Although most of the programs
are presented by the students themselves, there
are occasions when excellent outside speakers
Three assemblies in the spring of the year
which are eagerly anticipated by all students
are the presentation of the Ash-Hi-Life, the
Student Council convention, and the Awards
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Halt! The Student Council Convention
is now in session.
Mr. William F.
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Members of the Key Club center their energies upon the primary objective of this
organization, which is service to the school and community. "We build" is the motto the
Key Club shares with its parent, Kiwanis Club, and it endeavors to build into its sopho-
more, junior, and senior members the qualities of leadership, citizenship, and responsi-
Key Club projects include care of the school flag, publication of the student telephone
directory, care and supervision of the stadium during football games, and the beautiful
nativity scene on the school lawn.
Mrs Kittie J. Caveness
First row: Stedman, Teachey, Stutts, Stout, Cheek, Frazier. Second row: B. Hardin, Long, J, Miller,
Rempson, Vuncannon, Hadley, Third row: Bulla, Beane, Kinney, Craven, Flenniken, Macon, Fourth
row B Morgan, S. Moore, Burgess, Liles, C. Freeman, Dildy.
A study of the successful teacher.
BETTY JANE DUTE DIANE LANE
CATHERINE WRIGHT LIBBY WILLIAMS
The Future Teachers of
America is a national organi-
zation which encourages high
school students who are inter-
ested in teaching as a career.
lt enables its members to
study the basic qualities,
traits, and aptitudes of a suc-
cessful teacher. lt also ac-
quaints prospective teachers
with the various vocational op-
portunities in the field ot edu-
cation. Throughout the school
year Future Teachers sponsor
such events as the annual tea
for teachers, back-to-school
dance, twirp dance, American
Education Week, and Teach-
ing Career Month. They also
attend the annual F.T.A. con-
vention and help with the
Christmas Cheer Program.
First row: Brower, Clodfelter, Tatum, Shaw, Way, Coviness, Jones, Second row: C. Hall, Havens, J.
Moore, Kearns, Kivett, M. Hughes, Swaim. Third row: Walker, Jenkins, C. Miller, F. Freeman, Pugh,
Gardner, G. Morgan. Fourth row: L. Moore, Baird, Lucas, M. l-lardin, Robinson, C. Hughes, Thor-
burn, M. Hall.
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Scholarship, leclclership, and service
The Beta Club is a national organization which strives to
promote the ideals of honesty, service, leadership, and scholar-
ship. The club's meetings, held monthly, center about informa-
tive speakers who challenge the members to live up to the
ideals of the club. An outstanding service of the local chapter
N is a scholarship fund set up for the purpose of aiding students
who desire financial assistance in continuing their education
after high school.
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First row: Hancock, Harwell, Hardin, C. Hall, Robinson, Cooper. Second row: Whatley, Staley, Clodfelter, Moore
Biddle, Cole. Third row: Redding, Dute, M. Hall, Cornelison, Tatum, Gentry. Fourth row: Walker, York.
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Mrs. Anne H. Moore
Willa Mae Dunn
Who will be the business leaders of tomorrow? Quite possibly they
will be the members of the national organization of the Future Business
Leaders of America. This club is designed to create more interest and un-
derstanding in the choices of business occupations. One of its chief objec-
tives is to develop strong, aggressive leadership so that these young men
and women may participate more effectively in the business and community
life of which they will be a part.
uncannon, Williams, Moffitt, Cooke, Cornelison, Bulla, Helms, Turner. Second row: Parsons, Beane, Hudson
Maness, Garkalns, Tatum, Vaughn, Lanier. Third row: Johnson, Robbins, Thompson, Kemp, McFatter, Pugh
Thomas, Jones, Fourth row: Murray, Moody, Powers, Coggins, Wilson, McBride, McNeil, Renigar.
Miss ELIZABETH PHiLi.iPs Here is OUI' l1OITlef here, GUI' COUl1fl"y.
A young lady who can go into the world and build a good home and com-
munity life-that is the finished product of the Future Homemakers of America.
In sponsoring National F.H.A. Week and other projects, the club develops the
members' creative leadership in home and community life.
At the end of the year, it is the custom of the club to present a gift to the
Home Economics Department as a symbol of gratitude for its guidance in devel-
oping an understanding of the domestic arts.
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Carol Cornelison Wanda Susan Kinney Elaine Boone Joan Tillman Patsy COODSI' Jane Brown Jane Rhymer
Pregdenf Flenniken Secretary Treasurer Reporter H isfgfiqn Recreation Pa rhamenm na
Cornelison, Belding, Trotter, Spivey, Morton, Horton, York, Barker, Updyke.Second row: Walker, Page, Ruth
Wicker, Clark, Farlow, Ferree, Phillips, Russell. Third row: Boling, l-lunsucker, Durham, Church, Chandler, Cooper
Flowers, Reeder. Fourth row: Lowry, Kearns, Cooper, Coltrane, Richardson,Thomas, Sanders.
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First row: Caviness, Dildy, Thornburg, Hobson, Lanier, Swaim, Liles, Way, Coleman. Second row: Allen, Baker,
Rempson, Burgess, Shaw, McRae, Wilson, Dildy, Freeman, Lassiter, Johnson, Trotter. Third row: Croft, Ferree,
Stedman, Teachey, Haithcock, Kinney, Brim, Carroll, McMaster, Shepard, Cox, Brenner, Parsons.
Mrs. Ruby Rich
Mr .Billy Chilton
Mr. Glenn Fox
We explore .
we delve .
In this atomic age the limelight has
been focused on the scientists of the
world. The aim of the Math-Science
Club is to develop scientitic thinking in
the leaders of tomorrow by promoting
interest in the fields of mathematics and
science. This is accomplished by pro-
gram planning which uses not only well-
qualified people of the community as
speakers, but also tours of local points of
interest and individual project activities.
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Fay Henson, Treasurer Janet Moody, Vice-President,
Wayne Frye, Associote.President
Through the Distributive
Education Club, students can
both learn vocational training
and practice leadership. The
club's activities include a
follow-up survey of former D.
E. students. During the year
both a service project and a
money-making project are
carried out. A highlight ofthe
year is the Employer-Employee
On November l, l96l, the
Asheboro D. E. Club was host
to the Central District Distribu-
tive Education Clubs.
Our club proudly boasts
three contest winners, who,
with other delegates, will at-
tend The STCITB COl'1Ver'1fiOl'1. District contest winners proudly display club awards.
Betty Pa rha m, President
Roberta Byrd, Sec reta ry
Irene Trotter, Reporter
First row: Staley, Parks, Clayton, Markwood, Sisk, Shanas, Auman.
ford, Benbow, Whitaker, Overton, Furr, Lamb, Spivey, Everall, McB
Mrs. Barbara B. Hill
Vuncannon, Gentle, Cran
Better business relations through the Distributive Education system
Eugene Johnson, Vice-President Brenda Hall, President
Linda Byrum, Treasurer Charles Miller, Reporter
Joyce Bean, Secretary
Students who are enrolled
in the diversified occu-
pations program at Asheboro
High School may join the
Club. The club, under the
direction of Mr. Merton
Branson, strives to correlate
the knowledge gained in the
regular curriculum with a-
chievement in part-time jobs
after school and during the
evenings. Club members also
participate in other activi-
ties, the year's highlight
being a banquet at which
they honor their employers.
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McBride, Floyd, McDonald, King. Seated: Kivett, Poole, Woodley, Owens, Bailey, McPherson, Hawks,
Redding, Bailey, Miller, Shirley, Trogdon.
We learn by experience.
Mr. Merton Branson
Mr. Billy clinton
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Shutterbugs at work in the Photography Club.
Frances Moody, Bill Dulq, Jane Dildy, Steve Brittain, Anne Arthur, Danny Craven,
Patsy Vuncannon, Betty Jane Date, Larry Haithcock, Harry Weiler, Mike Aumarv.
The purpose of the Ash-Hi-Photo Club is to increase the student's knowledge
of photography and to encourage the appreciation of art through pictorial com-
Club activities include a competitive contest among club members, advertising
school events through photographs, and the selling of special event photographs
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First row: Joyner, McCrary, C. Miller, Pugh, J, Miller, McRae, Second row: Lemmons, Grimsley, Ferree,
S. Moore, Morgan, Hardin, Third row: Trollinger, Webb, Stedman, Hadley, Gray, Maffitt, Fourth row:
Bullins, Fritz, Vuncannon, Green, Trogdon, Fifth row: Woodley, Hughes, Frazier, Pate, York.
Miss Helen Bostick
ln our modern world, it is
necessary to have some con-
cept of other nations. The
French Club provides programs
and projects outside class for
interested French students. One
of the most enjoyed projects
is the annual Mardi Gras, a
replica of the famous French
"From the Riviera to the Southland . . ."
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First row: Garner, Hayworth, Jones, Williams, Hall, Kearns, Kivett, Clodfelter, J. Moore, Second row: A, Bulla,
Beane, Baker, Allen, J, Bulla, Rempson, Henry, 'Lucasg Third row: Wright, Swaim, L. Moore, Bowman, Macon
Lanier, Bostick, Gardner, Fourth row: Richardson, Caviness, Way, Cameron, Baird.
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Spanish students inter-
ested in furthering their
knowledge of Spain, her
people, customs, and
culture, find in the Spanish
Club a medium through
which they can acquire ad-
Through programs and pro-
jects, the members improve
their understanding of the
Spanish language, all of
which aids them in their
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Youthful Responsibility for Valuable Charges
Holding one of the most responsible student positions in school, the
bus drivers form a club interested in promoting better driving. Members
of this club encourage fellow students to be more careful drivers by their
examples of skill and thoughtfulness in driving their daily transit of
several hundred students toand from school. This group is also interested
in cultivating other bus drivers for this unusual and responsible work.
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Johnny Jorrell Michael Prescott
Larry Trotter I-OVW Wfighf
Miss Katherine Buie
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Wayne Moore, Richard McDowell, Mary Henry, Barbara Hawks, Virginia Davis, Brenda Mabe,
Marsha Kinney, Janie Burroughs, Shirley Caviness, Sandra Britt, Gail Morton, Linda Jarvis
A most helpful service to Asheboro High School is performed by the
Library Assistants Club. Club members become familiar with the library
and its facilities, and thus they are able to assist students and teachers
alike in obtaining books, magazines, pamphlets, and filmstrips.
The club, under the guidance of our librarian, Miss Katherine Buie,
holds observance of National Book Week and National Library Week
as its main projects.
essence of good penmanshlp-Quill and Scroll C ub
First Row: Brower, Henry, Moody, Hughes, Stutts. Second Row: Moore, Webb, B. Hardin, Frazier, C. Mil-
ler, Gentry. Third Row: Way, Jones, Gorkalins, P. Miller, Hall, M. Hardin. Fourth Row: Clodfelter, Wright,
Gardner, F. Freeman, Robinson, Carroll, Morgan.
Future literary greats may come out of Asheboro High
School, and if they do, they are probably now members
of the Quill and Scroll Club. This club, made up of stu-
dents of the journalism classes, endeavors to promote and
to honor good writing in the school. Under the guidance
of the sponsor, Mrs, Mildred T. Faircloth, the club also
assists in publishing the school newspaper, Ash-Hi-Chat.
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Phil Freeman Benny Cole Jo Ellen Swaim Marylin Smith FOll'Cl0fh
President Vice-President Secretary
Our Ashelooro High School Lette
Mr. Don Thomas
basketball - track - all these
sports are a part of Asheboro High
School and the boys who have won a
letter in any of these great sports can
qualify for membership in the Boys'
Monogram Club. The by-word of the club
is good sportsmanship. High-lighting the
club's activities is the Mr. and Miss Blue
Comet contest during Homecoming. These
"All Americans" are bound together by the
common bond of having contributed something
nslow, President: Davis, Vice-President: Isley
Secretary-Treasurer, B. Allred, D. Allred, Auman,
Brower, Bulla, Campbell, Cannon, Chriscoe, Cox,
Cranford, Craven, Dalton, Davis, Durham,
Everall, Ferree, Floyd, Freeman, Grimsley,
Hamilton, Hayworth, Helms, Huff, Hulin,
Jenkins, Johnson, Joyner, King, McCartney
Redding, Robbins, Roberts, Rush
E, York, J. York.
extra to their school by participation in sports.
McFadden, McRae, D. Morgan, G. Mor-
gan, Olivo, Parks, Pyrtle, Ragsdale,
Smith, Stevens, Strayhorn, Strider,
Trogdon, Walter, West, Williams,
A feminine boost for sports in Asheboro High School
Jane Adams, Kay Allen, Neva Briles, Karen
Brower, Jane Brown, Judy Bullins, Betsy Can-
non, Diane Cheek, Becky Church, Dee Clark,
Karen Clodfelter, Brenda Craven, Jean Dalton,
Betty J. Dute, Martha Hamilton, Penny
Helms, Sarah Henry, Judy Hobson, Brenda
Hodgin, Sue Kearns, Martha Kivett,
Carol McCrary, Ann Mclntosh, Beth
Miller, Dora Polson, Joyce Robbins,
Janet Roberts, Gloria Smith, Marilyn
Smith, Linda Stultz, Pam Stutts,
Nancy Ward, Judy Webb.
Any girl who earns a letter in
cheerleading, basketball, or intra-
murals, is eligible for membership
in the Girls' Monogram Club. Es-
sential aims ot the club are the pro-
motion ot sportsmanship, athletic inter-
ests, and encouragement of athletic
activities. Among the projects of Girls'
Monogram Club are the sponsoring of the
intramural program and the annual Home-
coming activities, which it shares jointly with
the Boys' Monogram Club.
Miss Angelyn Glisson
Office assistants pro-
vide a valuable service to
Mr. Phoenix, Mrs. Holt,
and also the members of
the faculty. Among the
timely helps performed
are collecting absentee
slips, typing, duplicating
tests, and answering the
telephone. J u n io rs or
seniors who are members
of the Future Business
Leaders of America may
serve in this capacity.
Practical experience is gained
and a real need fulfilled.
Nancy Boling, Marty Meadows, Ina Needham, Sue Moore
Judy Moody, Dianne Mayberry, Judy Holt, Diane Cheek.
For their services to our school .
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Miss Sadie Matthews, Mrs. Annie Baldwin, Mr. Lloyd Harmon, Mrs.
Mamie Cheek, Mrs. Mary Hooker, Miss Faye Hussey.
Mrs. Evelyn Anthony, Mrs. Esther Garner, Mrs. Evelyn Tillman, Mrs
Rosa Smith, Mrs, Iona Hancock.
MRS. INA CARTER
. . we are deeply indebted.
Mr. Rufus Stout, Mr. James Dockery. Mr. A. W. Shaw, MV- W0lfef Wood-
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Karen Brower, Judy Webb.
The Team Behind the Teams
Though it is sometimes overlooked, the feeling ond the emotions of the cheering
section -particularly the student body- are a very integral part of an athletic contest.
To the cheerleaders falls the vital task of making this phase of the game successful.
Asheboro was quite fortunate this year in having cheerleaders who were willing to work
hard and long to do their jobs well. The cheerleaders led the yells at pep rallies and
games, and were indispensable in increasing school spirit as well as generating strong
support for the team. As they had done many times before, they molded the enthusiasm
of the crowd and directed its energy into a vigorous yell of pride and appreciation.
Their work is hard and sometimes seemingly unrewarding, but they continue to give
it their best as they buoy school spirit to new heights.
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Susan Kemp, Martha Calloway, Jill Ward, Nancy Trogdon, Patsy Thomas, Martha Walker,
BLUE COMET FOOTBALL
Ashebords highly-touted Comets turned in a
sparkling performance on the gridiron this season,
going undefeated in South Piedmont Conference
play. While head coach Lee Stone's fighting
eleven were not playing in conference action,
they were adding to their prestige by defeating
four highly-ranked non-conference opponents.
The Comet schedule, surely one of the toughest
played in the state, included Rockingham, Fayette-
ville, and other rugged teams as well as the teams
in our conference. Playing teams that were cap-
able of hard, aggressive football, the Comets,
having no "breathers" on the schedule, had to be
ready for every game.
Opening the secisonwith a win over Thomas'
ville, the Comets followed this victory with im-
pressive wins over Fayetteville, Morehead, South
Rowan, and Concord. With the first half of the
season behind them, the Big Blues worked even
harder to make the lost half just as successful.
Exceptional hustle and determination marked the
Comets' game as they eyed a conference, and
possibly a WNCHSAA championship. After knock-
ing off Lexington, Statesville, Kannapolis, and
Rockingham, the Comets had to come from behind
to defeat Albemariel4-13, and thereby put the
finishing touches on ci brilliant season,
Advancing to the WNCHSAA ploy-offs, the
Blue Comets were upset by a very spirited Moores-
ville eleven by a i3-12 scare. Although this proved
to be an unhappy ending to a victorywfillecl season,
the Comets kept their position in the top ten
school-boy teams of the state.
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MR. BILL SMITH
Co-Captains: Ronnie Winslow, Howard Redding.
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Asheboro 20 . . . Fayetteville 0
Asheboro 20 . , . . Morehead 7
Asheboro I9 ,. .. South Rowan 7
Asheboro I7 . . , . Concord 7
Asheboro l9 , . . . Lexington O
Asheboro 28 . . , . . Statesville 6
Asheboro 33 . . , Kannapolis 6
Asheboro 20 . . . , . Rockingham 6
Asheboro l4 .. Albemarle l3
Asheboro 12 ., . Mooresville l3
Halfback West is halted by a Rebel tackler.
Blue Comets converge to make the tackle.
First row: Draughn, Smith, Parks, Redding, York, Allred, McRae, T.
Robbins, Bowers, Dalton, Beane. Second row: D. Thomas, Davidson
Johnston, Loflin, Brazier, Kivett, R. Johnson, Bulla, Olivo, Bennett,
Chapman. Third row: Schwarz, McDowell, Rush, Moffitt, D. McFad-
Varsity football managers: Ferree, Morgan, Smith, and Craven.
den, Strayhorn, L. Johnson, B. Thomas, Pugh, Cannon, J. McFadden.
Fourth row: Helms, Shaw, Burrow, Winslow, Isley, West, Huff, Dur-
ham, Robbins, Bennett.
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Under the direction of Coaches Jim Hurst and Curtis
McCombs the Blue Comet Junior Varsity completed one of
their most profitable seasons in a long time. The purpose of
J. V. football is to discover and train future varsity players.
This season the program has done just that as a number of
sophomores and freshmen have shown promise of moving up
to the varsity squad. ln fact, they have developed into a team
which compares in potential to the Junior Varsity team that
later, as the varsity, won the WNCHSAA championship in
l958. ln 5 games they lost 3 and won 2, including a 24-2l
victory over the East Davidson Junior Varsity, who had defeat-
ed them by only a slim 2-O margin at the first of the season.
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Brazier. Third row: Garkalns, McRae, Johnston, Chapman, Loflin Brittain Fourth row Burrow Johnson Barham Robbins Pugh
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MR. SAL GERO Asheboro . . . Concord
con" Asheboro . . Statesville
Asheboro iii. Landis
Asheboro . Kannapolis
B A S E B A Asheboro Thomasville
Asheboro . Albemarle
Asheboro . . Statesville
The l96l edition of the Blue Comet baseball team Asheboro China Grove
completed the season with a l2-4 overall record and a
second place finish in the South Piedmont Conference.
The diamond squad made a valiant attempt at capturing
the conference crown, but several losses early in the season
caused the baseballers to fall behind Concord's Spiders
in the final standings.
This spring, with the return of a number of experienced
boys who played vital roles in the success of last season's
campaign, the Comets will be fighting for even greater
First row: Campbell, J. Hunsucker, Stevens, Smith, W. Hunsucker, Pyrtle. Third row: Johnson, Bulla, Parks, E. Davis, J. Davis, Edmond
Garner. Second row: York, Roberts, Freeman, Robbins, Cranford, son. Fourth row: Bennett, Jarrell, Winslow, Barnes, Grimsley, lngold
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BLUE COMET WRESTLING
MR. J IM HURST
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Wrestling is quickly becoming one of the
most popular sports at Asheboro High School.
This sport is second only to football in the
number of boys who try out for a spot on the
varsity. As each year passes, the number of
fans attending the matches also constantly
Coach Jim Hurst with his dynamic leader-
ship has molded the Asheboro grapplers into
one of the most feared teams in the state.
Last season they finished third in the state
tournament, behind Thomasville and Boone
respectively. This year, with almost the same
squad and with much more experience behind
the team, Coach Hurst is looking forward to
an even greater season.
ln addition to the regular matches held in
Asheboro last season, Comet followers were
also able to witness a wrestling clinic and the
district play-offs which were held in the high
school gym. The visiting teams highly praised
our school's interest in the sport and the
organization of the two events. This previous
success and the purchase of expensive new
mats Coach Hurst uses to indicate that wres-
tling at Asheboro High School can hold its own
against any other sport.
Durham escapes for a point
First row: Walker, Bonin, Humble, Allen, Chriscoe, York, Tucker, Williamson, Olivo, Lloyd, Burkheod, Third row: Hardister, Moore,
Brazier, Hamilton, Lane, Prevatte, Smith, Williams, Spivey. Second Beane, Burrow, Winslow, Dalton, Cox, J. Smith, King, J. Humble.
row Brown, Pugh, Haithcock, Hulin, Durham, Blackwell, Redding,
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PHIL THOMAS JIM THOMAS
Tennis, a new sport at Asheboro High School, received its
first taste of competition last spring. Under the oble leader-
ship of Mr. Morris Whitson, a former Appalachian tennis
star, the net squad captured the South Piedmont Conference
crown with a perfect 5-O conference record. They defeated
both Landis and Thomasville twice and Statesville once.
After a slow start, dropping their first two matches to Page
and then one to Lexington, they won six in a row, the five
conference matches, and a non-conference contest over Lex-
Most of the boys who comprised this team have graduated,
but a few will be back this year to help defend their coveted
Last summer Coach Whitson began a tennis program for
high school and junior high school students. A large number
responded and were thoroughly trained in the fundamentals
of the game. With o greater number of boys trying out for
the team and with increasing support of the sport from the
student body, tennis has o good chance of bringing honors
to Asheboro this spring.
JIM FETNER CHIP OWEN
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First row: Yates, Hughes, Tollison, Spencer. Second row: Fetner, J. Thomas, P. Thomas, Owen. MR. MORRIS WHITSON
Jenkins, Allred, Joyner, Williams, Morgan
With the top four men returning from the l96O
runner-up team in the WNCHSAA, the '6l Blue
Comet golfers, coached by Lee J. Stone, fielded their
most experienced team in years. They hit the links
with much finesse, driving and putting their way to
the conference crown, and as a climax captured the
coveted WNCHSAA championship.
Led by four juniors and one senior, they scored two
impressive victories over Southern Pines and one over
Concord, while losing only l match to Page High of
Greensboro. Then in the WNCHSAA playoffs, they
edged Morganton by a score of 652 to 655 to gain
This year's team will be composed of four of those
first five men and several underclassmen who have
shown potential. This experience and depth should
pave the way to another great season for the Ashe-
boro High School golfers.
MR. LEE STONE
MR. DON THOMAS MARK WILLIAMS DAVE McFADDEN KRITZ COX
Coach Forward Forward Forward
Basketball fans enjoyed watching the Blue Comets
play basketball last season as they swept the South
Piedmont Conference championship, compiling a l3-l
won-lost record. The Comets also played opponents
outside conference play, doing well for themselves.
Under the direction of Coach Don Thomas, the Comet
cagers finished the season with many very impressive
wins, only to be eliminated by Kannapolis in the third
round of the conference play-offs.
With much in his favor, Coach Thomas now begins
his second year as head coach of the basketball team.
Some experienced upperclassmen, along with a few
promising players up from junior varsity, should help
to make the l96l-l962 edition of Blue Comet Basket-
ball just as promising, if not more so, than last season's.
This year began in fine fashion, as the Big Blue rolled
to some early-season victories. As conference play
begins, the Comets hope to live up to their high rank-
ing and bring another conference crown to Ashebaro.
Mixed emotions are shown on the Blue Comet bench
First row: Saunders, Ross, Roberts, Grimsley, Murray. Second row: Joyner, Johnson, West,
Rush, Stroud. Third row: Freeman, Robbins, Cox, King, McFadden, Williams.
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MR. CURTIS McCOMBS
Comets converge on basket in scramble for the rebound
The Junior Varsity basketball program is a vital step in the
direction of a strong varsity team. This phase of basketball im-
proves the ability and confidence of the young players.
Composing the team are a few boys who hardly missed making
the varsity and some promising freshmen. They play a full schedule
of I6 games, their opponents being junior varsity squads from
various 4-A and 3-A schools and neighboring county varsities.
This year is Curt McComb's second as junior varsity coach. In
addition to his junior varsity chores, Coach McCombs is also the
head of the freshmen team. This squad is composed of freshmen
who do not see much junior varsity action, and it gives these boys
a chance to gain valuable experience which they will need to
advance to varsity competition.
First row: Barton, Johnston, Bass, Hutchens, Welch, Edmondson. Second row: Rich, Cameron,
Garkalns, Bowers, Kivett, Hughes. Third row: McFadden, Wicker, Helms, Cannon, D. Rich,
Asheboro High School's intramural program is prepared each year by
the Girl's Monogram Club. The club, sponsored by Miss Angelyn Glisson,
sets up a schedule of various sports for competition among the classes in
the school. This program consists of basketball, volleyball, badminton, and
softball. These varied activities provide much enjoyment for everyone who
participates, and at the same time help to develop the very worthwhile
qualities of good sportsmanship, self-confidence, and leadership. When
intramurals are completed, awards are given to the respective winners of
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Keen competition for the Shuffleboard intramurals
Two more points for the seniors Dalton pours on the steam.
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First row: Stultz, Dalton, Brown, Manager: Cannon, Mclntosh. Second row: Robbins, Adams,
Jordan, Briles, Manager: l-lodgin, Hamilton, Third row: Cheek, l-lelms, Smith, Clark, Church,
Bullins, Allen, Manager.
South Piedmont Tournament Winner, North and South Piedmont
Conference Winner, and Runner-up in WNCHSAA were all titles
obtained by the l96l Asheboro High's Comettes. Miss Angelyn
Glisson's "Lady Blues" finished their fine season with l6 wins and
5 losses. ln the play-offs the much inspired Asheboro team defeated
Thomasville, Statesville, China Grove, and West Rowan. These
victories entitled the Comettes to meet the tall "mountain gals"
from Taylorsville. Their efforts were duly noted even though they
were defeated by the "Lady Bears," 90-ol.
The outstanding playing abilities of Gail Harris won for her the
honors of All-State, All-Star, All-Conference, and All-Tournament.
This i962 season is expected to be a building year for the
Comettes, but given a few years they should hold their own with any
MISS ANGELYN GLISSON
DEE CLARK BECKY CHURCH BRENDA HODGIN MARTHA HAMILTON
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BILL JOYNER BETTY JANE DUTE
SPOTLIGHTING TH E SENIORS
This section is intended to give special recognition to
thoose seniors who have achieved notable success in
undertakings that reflect credit on themselves and the
Thirty-one students have been chosen by a faculty
committee to represent the 1962 graduating class.
Selections are based on scholarship, participation and
leadership in school activities, citizenship, and service.
OTTAWAY KENTON MCCARTNEY, Ill KAREN ELIZABETH BROWER
An excellent lecider . . , A becoming
blush . . . Always willing ond oble
. . , Ambition hos no limit.
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MARK OLIVER GEORGE WILLIAM LINDA GREENE
WILLIAMS JOYNER, JR. MOORE
Versatility on understatement . . . Three
variations of the ideol student.
DIANE LAVADA LANE RUSSELL GRADY WALKER, JR
Service above self . . . Dependable . . .
"Success is the reward of persistence."
CHARLES EUGENE MORGAN BETTY JANE DUTE
Well-rounded in every respect . . . Intelligent . .
"Still achieving, still pursuing."
MARY SENITH HUGHES MILLARD PHILLIP FREEMAN
Good sense of humor. . . Efficiency unporolleled . . .
Willing ond copoble workers.
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PATRICIA ANN HARWELL DAVID CHARLES BRENNER
"Greet modesty often conceols greot merit."
. . . Studious.
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SAMUEL AMOS LARRY DEATON IRENE STROUD
YATES PARKS SWAIM
Creative in all they do . . . "A cheerful
disposition is 0 tund tor reocly capitol."
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WILLIAM HAROLD ROBINSON DOROTHY ELIZABETH WILLIAMS
The midnight oil is olwoys burning . . . Good notured.
KAREN ELIZABETH HARRY PEOPLES WORTH RONALD
CLODFELTER ISLEY WINSLOW
Outstanding athletes . . . With time for still
other activities . . . Nanchalant.
BETTY CAROL BESSIE RUTH RONALD
PARI-IAM HARDIN ERRINGTON
Quiet, reserved . . . individuality . . . "Firm
ond steddtdst dt their duties' posts."
TIMOTHY CHARLES JERRY LEE GENEVA ANN
CARROLL BULLINS STALEY
industrious in every woy . . ."A good
exomple is the best sermon."
Seated: Catherine Wright, Rene Swaim, Libby Williams. Standing: Rusty Walker, Bill Joyner
Phil Freeman, Gene Morgan, Chief: David Brenner, Benny Cole.
Linda Mae Allred Michael Don Allred Arthur Jerry Aurnan Michael Roe Auman
Carolyn Ruth Bailey
Marilyn Sue Bailey
Nancy Jane Baird
Joyce Ann Bean
Alfred Lyndon Beane
Joseph Farrell Beane
Rebecca Lucile Beane
Frank Monroe Benbow
Ronald Errington Biddle, Nancy Hughes Boling
David Charles Brenner Raymond Gilbert Brim Karen Elizabeth Brower Stephen Hayworth Brower
Henry Ray Brown
Mary Anne Brown
Riley Wade Brown, Jr.
Jerry Lee Bullins
Roberta Davis Byrd
Linda Carol Byrum Donald Richard Cain Linda Sue Cameron Nancy Lou Canoy
Timothy Charles Carroll Thomas Kearns Carter Betty Gail Caviness Charles Winford Chrisco
Thomas Rich Cleek
Benjamin Ray Cole
Maria Gayle Coleman
Richard Martin Cooper
William Russell Cox, Jr. Betty Jean Cranford David Eugene Cranford Lawrence Beauford
Phillip Lane Cranford Carolyn Olivia Craven Elmer Chris Crawford Ronald Edwin Creech
Edward Turner Dalton
J. B. Davis
Betty Jane Dute
Priscilla Ilene Edwards
Don Lee Essick
James Grayson Floyd Mary Frances Freeman Millard Phillip Freeman
Ronald Larry Furr Nell Wakefield
Gardner Rieta Irene Garkalns James Elmo Gentry
Bessie Ruth Hardin Mary Elizabet
Brenda Wright Hall
Carol Ann Hall
Margaret Louise Hall
Leo Maxton Hammer,
h Hardin Patricia Ann Harwell Virginia Ellen Havens
Carol Ellen Hawks William Wade Hayworth Fay Carol Henson Sharon Rose Hinshaw
Thomas Whiston Hodgin
Forrest Dean Holt
Judith Dawn Holt
Clyde Ray Huff, Jr.
Cerelda Jean Hughes
Mary Senith Hughes
Harry Peoples Isley Barbara Ella Jarvis Benjamin Plato Darrell Gene Johnson
Henry Eugene Johnson Minnie Rose Johnson Dalma Bright Jones, Jr. Priscilla Ann Jones
Richard Joseph Lamb Diane Lavada Lane Mary LaRue Lanier
Emily Sue Kearns
Barbara Jean Kindley
Carl Lonnie King
Martha Alice Kivett
Rebecca Ann Lassiter
James Baxter Lemons Eugenia Louise Lewallen Mary Devenia Lewis Wanda Lou Lucas
Jerry Wrenn Luck
Mary Ruth MacDonald
Delphia Lee McBride
McCartney, I I I
Linda Joyce McNair Brenda Joyce McNeill
Sue Carol McPherson
Joel Kirk McRae
l Betty Jean Maness Marcia Diann Mayberry Caroline Spencer Miller Lester Claude Moffitt,Jr,
Patricia Ann Moftitt
Judy Ann Moore
Linda Greene Moore
Charles Eugene Morgan Colvin Thomas Morgan Dale Street Morgan Junius Clifford Myers
Robert Lee Nance, Jr. Charles Barbee Nelson Jayne Adair Owen Betty Carol Parham
Frances Kay Parker
Larry Deaton Parks
William Cobb Pate
Sarah Elizabeth Pugh
Howa rd Powell
Jo Ann Rice Linda Carolyn Richardson Michael Jeffrey Robbins William Harold Robinson
Lewis Dillard Ruland, Ill Ora Ann Sanders Robert Eugene Saunders, Linda Dianne Shaw
Bobby Charles Shirley
Ellen Howard Siler
Gerald Pritchard Sloat
Marylin Sue Smith
James Enoch Spivey
Geneva Ann Staley
Gladys Louise Staley
Julian McArthur Staley William Lee Stevens
Michael Blane Strayhorn
Jo Ellen Swaim Irene Stroud Swaim Michael Lyman Stroud Linda Faye Tatum
Sand ra Lee Tatum
Billie Jo Thorburn
Clay Ronald Trogdon
Ernest Wayne Trogdon Ray Donald Trogdon Priscilla lrene Trotter Shirley Ann Vuncannon
Russell Grady Walker, Jr. Dianna Carol Walser Charles Walton Ward, Jr. Anna Paulette Way
Larry Allen Way
William Foy Welch,
William Robert West
Joseph Hiram Whatley
Mark Oliver Williams Judy Frances Wilson Worth Ronald Winslow Glenn Simeon Woodley
Catherine Ellen Wright Rebecca Jane Yarborough Samuel Amos Yates Elvin Eugene York Jr
Vaughn Michael York
KAY ANN FREEMAN
July 26, l944
February 22, l96O
In dreams she grows no older,
The lands of Dream among,
Though all the world wax colder,
Though all the songs be sung
ln dreams doth He behold her,
Still fair and kind and young.
Senior Class president, Billy Robinson, receives his ring
from Mr. Phoenix.
The 1961 Ash-Hi-Life honors Mrs. lna Carter and Mr.
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ior class mascots.
Tommy Redding, representing the senior class of
1961, speaks at graduation.
In the city of Asheboro,
Challenging the eye,
Stands ca school above all others,
Stands our Asheboro High.
A. H. S., to thee we shall be,
Ever loyal, true,
Striving always to do service,
For the White and Blue.
When our high school days are over,
And we're scattered wide,
We'll recall the name of Asheboro,
Speak of her with pride.
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Sue Carol Bonkemeyer
Elaine Marjorie Boone
Patsy Dianne Bowman
Gary Eugene Breedlove
James Vernon Brewer
Phyllis Ann Brewer
David Roger Brittain
Stephen Royals Brittain
William Davis Brown
Anita Cheryl Bulla
Jane Cozart Bulla
Patsyanna Wallace Bulla
Harold Dalton Cook
Doris Ann Cooper
Linda Grey Councilman
Louis Kritz Cox
Raeford Eugene Cox
Roy David Cox
Linda Jo Craven
Phillip Ronald Craven
Joyce Ann Crowder
Selven Jerome Davidson
James Edward Davis
James Mackie Davis
Charles Lee Allen
llene Kay Allen
Charles Robert Allred
Lynwood Bailey Allred
Anne Maxwell Arthur
Elizabeth Anne Auman
Paul Darrell Bailey
Mary Jane Baker
Robert Martin Barham
John Robert Barton
Brenda Gayle Beane
Cleo Delanous Bennett
Robert Franklin Bulla
Glenda Faye Bunting
Della Rose Burgess
Eunice Jo Ann Cagle
Charles Thomas Callicutt
Jerry Wilmer Campbell
Larry William Ccnoy
Evelyn Diane Cheek
Gwendolyn Joyce Chrisco
Maggie Rosalee Chriscoe
Emily Kathleen Clayton
Robert Lee Collins
Norris Daniel Davis
Virginia Mae Davis
William Jerry Davis
Pamela Ann Dildy
Jerrie Lois Draughn
Donna Joyce Dunn
Willa Mae Dunn
Walter Clinton Dunnin
Ulyesse Charles Everall, Jr.
Robert Gray Ferree
Wanda Lane Flenniken
Sandra Jean Frazier
Joseph Elroy Hamilton
Alice Faye Hancock
Bettie Jo Hardin
Charlotte Stansill Hayworth
Thomas Vernon Hayworth
J udi Carol Hendrix
Sarah Jane Henry
Sandra Lee Henson
Katherine Arlene Hepler
Thomas Ray Hill
Judith Elizabeth Hobson
Mildred Irene Holt
Catherine Ann Freeman
Lucretia Cranford Fritz
James Wayne Frye
Luther Ellis Galyon, Jr
Loretta Jane Garner
Floyd Larry Gentle
Mary Martha Graves
Larry Ray Green
Norman Fox Grey
James Otis Grimsley
Emma Susan Hadley
Dale Parker Hall
Vickie Ann Hudson
Charles Harry Hughes
Gary Warren Hulin
James Joseph Humble
Betty Lou Johnson
Edward Lee Johnson
Malcolm Wayne Jones
Patricia Agnes Judd
Julius Howard King
Susan Marie Kinney
Edward Steven Kirkman
Barbara Brown Kivett
Robert Eugene McMasters
Judith Olivia McRae
Brenda Quinn Mabe
Jack Timothy Maness
Peggy Sue Maness
Dora Mae Markwood
James Lee Martindale
Martha Sue Ann Meadows
Charles Bryant Miller
Jane Henley Miller
Larry Ray Miller
Ina Louise Needham
George Michael Olivo
Barry Phillip Osborne
Phyllis Ruth Overton
Arthur Clarence Owens
Hilda Deon Parks
Regis John Parsons
Janet Ann Pate
Jerry Ray Paul
Joy Ann Payne
Bernard Franklin Phillips
Jonah Dewey Phillips
George Clayton Kivett
Terry Lee Knowles
Martha Jean Lanier
Eldora Lee Lautenschleger
Jimmie Ray Lewallen
Gary Randall Lewis
Emily Florence Liles
Donna Faye Long
Carol Franklin McCrary
Nolan Milby McDowell
Willie Richard McDowell
David Morris McFadden
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Patricia Jewel Miller
Judy Elizabeth Moffitt
William Henry Mollman
Judy Carol Moody
Emily Sue Moore
Emily Sue Moore
Betsy Irene Morgan
Catherine Jane Morgan
Agnes Gail Morton
Janice Lorraine Morton
James Dalton Murray
John Clifford Murray, Jr.
Carole Ann Poole
Max Thomas Poole
Michael Elam Prescott
Rodney Allen Presnell
Rodney Allen Prevatte
Randy Reed Pyrtle
Connie Ruth Raines
Brantley Hicks Redding
Brigitte Ursula Redding
Milton Hammer Redding
Samuel Steele Redding
Nancy Carol Rempson
Raymond Chris Rude
William Neely Rush
Sterling Herbert Sanders, Jr
Herman Wesley Sexton, Jr.
Elizabeth Ann Shanas
Carson William Shaw
Clyde Theodore Shaw, Jr.
Carolyn Mae Sikes
Carolyn Gail Sisk
Adrienne Kay Smith
Archie Leak Smith
Gloria Blanche Smith
Jane Smith Rhymer
David Cyrus Rich
Virginia Mae Richardson
Don Preston Richburg
Charles Thomas Robbins
Roger Arnold Robbins
Billy Houston Roberts
Janett Lee Roberts
Charles Edward Ross
Jimmy Lee Smith
Mitchell Stevie Smith
Rhonda Jane Smith
William Douglas Smith
James Robert Sparks
Nancy Carol Stalvey
Sarah Elizabeth Stedman
Ella Raines Stout
Judith Ann Stout
Benford Gary Strider
Phyllis Ann Strider
William Clayton Strider
William Howell Upchurch
Wanda Leigh Vuncannon
Margaret Ann Walton
Carolyn Jane Ward
Jerry Morris Ward
Johnny Michael Ward
Judy Catherine Webb
Stephen Van Weeks
Sandra Gail Welch
Ernest Tony Whitaker
Sharon Doreen Williams
Charles Jonathan Woodley
Linda Diane Stroud
Linda Carol Stultz
Edith Pamela Stutts
Anna Marie Teachey
Boyd Ernest Thomas
Faye Carol Thompson
Brenda Diane Thornburg
Tommy Reece Tolbert
Patricia Ann Trogdon
James Thomas Trollinger
Larry Allen Trotter
Willa Dean Turner
Paul Monroe Wooley
Sulan Gregory Wright
Nancy Carolyn Yates
Bobby Ronald York
James Alexander York
Lookl Up in the sky! lt's a bird What, me worry?
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Best band in the landl
Jane Ellen Cain
Ronnie Lee Caldwell
Martha Ellen Calloway
John Wayne Campbell
Rita Jo Campbell
Eugene Bedford Cannon
Tony Lee Cannon
Richard Sidney Caveness
Shirley Florine Caviness
Janet Carol Chisholm
Donald Edward Chriscoe
Emily Chisholm Chriscoe
Samuel Lewis Chriscoe
Georgia Carol Coble
Martha Elizabeth Coble
Kenneth Alvin Conner
Nancy Carolyn Cook
Charlene LaDare Cooper
Juan Dale Cooper
Arie Sue Cornelison
Linda Carol Cox
Sandra Louise Dean Cox
James Albert Cranford
Tommy Lee Cranford
Jane Julie Adams
William Clyde Aldridge
Melissa Kay Allen
Brenda Faye Allred
Charles Samuel Allred
Henry Cornelius Ammons
Ronald Mac Anderson
Johnny Everett Auman
Linda Maxine Barbee
Berlin Frances Barham
Betty Ann Beane
Eddie Graham Beane
Mary Eunice Beane
John Howard Benson
James Stevens Blackwell
Linda Faye Blanton
Jo Anne Bowman
Richard Eldon Bray
Thomas William Brazier, Jr
Neva Ann Briles
Raeford Griffin Brim
Patricia Carolyn Bristow
Sandra Jane Britt
Jeanie Craven Brower
James Earl Brown
Martha Jane Brown
Charles Talmadge Browne
Brenda Catherine Bullins
Judith Diane Bullins
Troy Edward Bullins
Gary Darrell Bunting
Brenda Preston Burge
Edwin Eugene Burns
Julia Allen Burris
Janie Marie Burroughs
Mildred Elizabeth Burrows
Randy Lee Burrows
John Thomas Byerly
Robert Henry Byrd, lll
Gayle Jewel Byrum
Brenda Kaye Craven
Jerry Reisel Craven
John James Croft, Jr.
Patricia Ramona Cunditf
Dwain Clarkson Curtis
Nola Jean Dalton
Gary Sanford Davidson
Tommie Ann Davidson
Dremia Joyce Davis
Mary Teena Davis
Rose Marie Davis
Sandra Rae Davis
Jane Elizabeth Dildy
Roger Dean Dixon
Delila Louise Edenfield
Frank Edmondson, Ill
Opal Colleen Efird
David Briles Farlow
Merrill Elizabeth Fetner
Frances Melanie Fischer
Donald Ray Floyd
Janis Lee Freeman
Jerry Leon Frye
Mary Jane Furr
Janice Elizabeth Garner
Linda Ann Garner
Phyllis Ruth Gilmore
Margie Marie Goins
Gwendolyn Faye Grant
Evelyn Marie Gray
Burnie Keith Greene
Richard James Haigler
Larry Julian Haithcock
James Edwin Hall
Kerry Dean Hall
Ruby Elaine Hall
Martha Lou Hamilton
James Franklin Hammonds
Ruby Lee Harmon
Tommy Martin Harris
Virginia Edith Hartsell
Linda Faye Harvell
Timothy Nathaniel Harvell
Barbara Gail Hawks
John Thomas Haves
John Reece Helms
Brenda Kay Henley
Richard Sylvester Hicks
Judy Paulette Holt
Sandra Lee Hopkins
Jesse Roger Houser
Betty Frances Howell
Cora Sue Howell
James Thomas Hudspeth
Judith Ann Hudspeth
David Neal Hughes
Larry Kenneth Hughes
Jerry Edward Hunsucker
Glenn Harvey lngold
Carolyn Marie Isley
Linda Sue Jarrell
Linda Ray Jarvis
Brenda Mae Jessup
Mary Rebecca Johnson
Been ridin' the range all day.
Il as f,
Sounded a little off.
I know I had my homework when I came in here.
James Harvey Moore
James Talley Moore
John Wesley Moore
Ronald Gregory Moore
Evelyn Darnell Morgan
Michael David Morgan
Bob Sidney Morris
Ann Celeste Morton
David Beniamin Nance
Brenda Helen Needham
James Brevard Neely, Jr
Wanda Kay Nelson
Sylvia Jane Oglesby
Barbara Sue Owens
James Hughes Owens
Robert Lee Paisley, Jr.
Davis Edgar Pegram
Martha Nance Plummer
Dora Lucille Polson
Shirley Ann Presnell
Sandra Kaye Pugh
Suzanne Harris Query
Margaret Ann Ratcliffe
Ronald Smitherman Johnson
Charles Ronald Jordan
Linda Dianne Jordan
Paula Jane Katcham
Richard Leon Kennedy
Alvin Darrell King
Harold Steve King
Jerry Lee Kinney
Marsha Dee Kinney
Richard Wayne Lambert
Arrington Jackson Laughlin
Rickey LaVonne Lee
William Harold Lethco
Herschel Horton Lewis
Thomas Dewitt Lewis
James Ray Lineberry
Erwin Eugene Lloyd
Terry Lynn Lucas
Rickie Edwin McBride
Patricia Diana McDowell
James Stuart McFadden
Benton Rush McGrady
Timothy Michael Mclntyre
Nancy Lynn McKeeI
Danielle Kay McMaster
Carolyn Ann McNeill
Joseph Frank McNulty
Larry Walter McPherson
Charles Edward McRae
Rebecca Elaine Mabe
Diane Barbara Male
Mary Elizabeth Maness
Phyllis Ann Maness
Bobby Eugene Marion
Judith Kay Marlowe
Hiram James Marziano
Elizabeth Christine Miller
Linda Sue Miller
Frances Gladys Moody
James Edward Moore
Anita Mozelle Reeder
Maynard Beard Reid, Jr.
Donald Lee Rich
Samuel Lester Rich
Annice Lee Ridge
Cornelia Faye Ritter
Barbara Annette Robbins
Joe Thomas Robbins
Walon Covon Robbins
William Duke Robbins
Fred Taylor Roberts, Jr.
Shelby Jean Rollins
Shelby Jean Ross
Susan Cecilia Rosson
Nancy Graves Russell
Harry Eugene Sanders
Larry Cleveland Saunders
John Richard Schwarz
Barbara Ann Scott
James Edward Shaw, Jr.
Reba LaVerne Shaw
Ruth Ann Shaw
Worth Odell Shaw
Jean Phillips Shepard
James Howard Skeen
Martha Ann Smith
Rick-ey Harris Smith
William Russell Smith, lll
Joseph Chapman Spencer
Joyce Ann Staley
Phyllis Gaye Staley
Thomas Franklin Stalvey
Shirley Rodenia Starcher
Barbara Lou Stone
Cecelia Ware Story
Doyle Reece Stout
Wilma Cheryl Stout
Priscilla Rachel Strayhorn
Janie Lee Surratt
Wanda Inez Surratt
Roddy Jean Swaim
Brenda Faye Swaney
Carolyn Louise Swaney
Nancy Carolyn Swaney
Charles Thomas Swing
Steve Arthur Tate
Hilda Faye Teague
Karen Ann Thomgs
Robert Clyde Thomas
Joan Elizabeth Tillman
Brenda Joyce Trogdon
Nancy Lynn Trogdon
Jerry Lee Trotter
Roy Lee Tucker
Paul James Turpin, Jr.
Janice Ruth Underwood
Lois Jane Updyke
Donna Jane Vocannon
Jessica Marie Vuncannon
Patricia Carol Vuncannon
Calvin Mitchell Walker
Judith Gayle Walker
Martha Ann Walker
Where the boys are
Ronald Wilson Walker
Sarah Helen Walker
Nancy Lee Ward
Mary Tom Watson
William Andrew Walser
Donny Franklin West
Dorothy Bell Wilkerson
George Edward Williams
Richard Lauren Williams
Sandra Lynn Williams
Jesse Baxter Williamson
Nancy Gail Wilson
Susan Elaine Wilson
Clifford Neal Winslow
Larry Gregory Wright
Larry Vernon Wright
Sarah Susan Wright
Linda Sue Yarborough
Clarence Edward York, Jr.
John Charles York
Kaye Frances York
Susan Etta York
Roll over Beethoven. Think it's funny, do ya?
Children FWUST Pl0Y- Only seventeen and falling apart already.
James Steve Allred
Laris Dean Allred
Odell Ray Allred
Darius Wayne Bailey
Barbara Ann Baldwin
Rebecca Boone Baldwin
Tony Edwin Bare
Brenda Caroll Barker
Larry Lee Brower
Stanley Ferree Brower
Brenda Sue Brown
Gary Lynn Brown
Genna Faye Brown
Glenn Lee Brown
Marv Jane Brown
William Edward Brown
Ronald Edward Clark
Terry Lee Cockman
Bonice Elaine Coggins
Janice Ann Coltrane
John Richard Congleton
Brenda Faye Cooper
Ernest Edward Cooper
Patsy Marcella Cooper
Michael Thomas Barton
Gregory Jon Bass
Larry Charles Bean
Carolyn Jewel Beane
John Calvin Beane
Patricia Ann Beane
Ray Steven Beane
Thomas Scott Beane
Cleveland Allen Beasley
Steve Austin Beasley
Brenda Faye Beaver
Barbara Estelle Belding
Elizabeth Ann Benbow
Dickie Ray Bennett
Layman Lee Bennett
Thomas Edward Black
Ralph Lee Blackwell
Lana Kay Boling
Philip Verban Boling
Patricia Ann Bolton
John Alfred Bonin
James Lee Boone, Jr.
Mitchell David Boone
Timothy Rader Bost
Donnie Lynn Bowers
William Calvin Brady
James Monroe Brantley
Lena Dianne Brewer
Mary Holmes Bridgers
Cecilia Vermutus Briles
Betty Karen Britt
Vickie Carolyn Britt
Barry Jonathan Browne
Kenneth Worth Bryson
Angus McRee Buie
Thomas Andrew Buie
Dinah Daye Bulla
Larry Dean Bullard
Kenneth Wayne Bullins
Stephen Ferree Burkhead
Obert Charles Burrow
Bonnie Sue Byrd
Charles Kenneth Byrd
Allen Lee Callicutt
Barbara Jean Callicutt
Donald Andrew Calloway
John Bruce Cameron
Linda Maxine Canipe
Elizabeth Armfield Cannon
Brenda Faye Canoy
Sharleen Marie Ann Carroll
Martha Jean Carter
Nancy Katherine Cashion
Janice Jane Caudill
Judy Fon Causey
Cathy Gertrude Caviness
Patricia Ann Caviness
Ronnie Alfred Caviness
Susan Kearns Chandler
Wallace Scarborough Chandler, Jr
Marvin Watzel Chapman
Rebecca Joanne Church
Dee Lane Clark
Emily Dianne Clark
Linda Carolyn Craven
Lynn Gail Cribb
Tommy Russell Cromer
James Dallas Croom
Chris Clark Crowley
Lewis Hal Dabbs
June Rosalyn Davidson
Victor Colon Davidson
Betty Rose Davis
Carol Ruth Davis
Eddie Trent Davis
Mary Kay Davis
Nellie Sue Davis
Billy Wade Dennis
James Cecil Dennis
Hoyt Nelson Dorsett
Richard Monroe Draughn
William Everette Dula
Brenda Louise Dunlap
Claude William Dunlap
Mamie Louise Dunn
Peggy Jo Durham
Sylvia Ann Elliott
Patricia Ann Fagge
Alice Loraine Farlow
Linda Gail Ferree
Sondra Kay Flowers
Eddie Alexander Faust
Jerry Lee Freeman
Paul Reece Freeman
John Wesley Frye
Charles lrvin Funderburk
Linda Faye Green
Patricia Anne Greene
James McKindley Greeson
Richard Walter Gwyn
Harvey Lee Haddock
Martha Jane Hadley
Oramae Ellen Hamilton
Floyd Jay Hancock
Lloyd Ray Hancock
Linda Sue Hanes
John Talton Hardin
James Tony Hardister
Allen Kent Harper
Brenda Jo Harper
Judy Lee Harrelson
Dexter Eugene Harris
Harry Madison Harris
Larry William Hawks
Ralph Stephen Hayes
Penny Elizabeth Helms
Mary Katheyrn Henry
Clarice Elaine Hethcock
Linda Carol Hill
Shirley Ann Hill
Larry Lester Hinsley
Brenda Drew Hodgin
Golda Carol Hogan
Wade Dennis Holland
Judy Faye l-loneycutt
John Clay Hooker
Michael Douglas Hooker
Rachel Rebecca Hoover
Lynda Ann Cornelison
Lydia Jane Councilman
Howard Thomas Cox
James Wesley Cox, Jr.
LarrY Gene Cox
Brenda Lucille Cranford
Danny Eugene Craven
Barbara Ann Furr
Carolyn Sue Furr
Terry Ann Gallimore
Richard Julius Garkalns
Dennis Michael Garner
Lucretia Kay Gentle
ar ara Kay Graham
Rebecca ldella Grant
Peggy Allison Horner
Elizabeth Dianne Horton
Karen Ann Hubbard
Terrv Jean Hudson
Jerry Kenneth Hughes
Lois Jean Hughes
Jimmy Herbert Humble
Paula Jann Hunsucker
Judy Lee Hussey
Charles Kenneth Hutchens
Judy Ann Hutson
Linda Bernice lngold
John David Isom
Joey Steven Jarrell
Johnny Leon Jarrell
Norma Jean Jarrell
Danny Wayne Lineberry
Melva Ann Linville
Aaron Wallace Loflin
Vicki Lynn Lomax
Jerry William Lowrance
Barbara Lynne Lowry
Joseph Michael Lucas
Rebecca Jane Luther
Brenda Charlene Page
Phyllis Rowena Parker
Barbara Lane Parks
Darrell Randolph Parks
Marilyn Louise Parks
Eleanor Dianne Parsons
Roddy Lee Patterson
Brice Harrison Peck
Karen Elizabeth Jester
Garland Lee Johnson
Sandra Jean Johnson
George Brown Thomas Johnston
Evelyn Louise Jones
Ralph Douglas Jones
Sandra Leigh Jones
Thomas Stephen Jones
Jesalyn Ruth Kearns
Larry Allen Kearns
Judy Marrion Keeling
Susan DeEtte Kemp
Bobby James King
David Paul King
Jimmy Lewis King
Kenneth Eugene King
Frank Edward Kinney
Linda Carol Kinney
Herman Howard Kivett
Elaine Christine Knighton
Rita Ann Korn
Edwin Doyle Lamb
Thomas Eugene Lamb
Thomas Connette Lambe
Harry Douglas Lane
James Herbert Lanier
Sue Ellen Lassiter
Joyce Elaine Lawrence
Sandra Alta Ledwell
Melville Thomas Lee
Charlotte Dianne Leonard
Edith Gayle Lewis
Stephen Evans Lyle
Kenneth Michael Lyndon
Danny Ray McDonald
Vena Margaret McBride
Martha Maria McCormick
Phyllis Ann McCubbin
William Larry McDonald
Joan Elizabeth McFatter
Margaret Ann Mclntosh
Phyllis Jane McKenzie
Sandra Kay McLeod
Sylvia Dare McNeill
Dianne Davis Miller
Joseph Russell Miller
Phyllis Lorene Millikan
Phyllis Kay Moffitt
Brenda Carolyn Moody
James Dosie Moore
Mary Bernice Moore
Terry Gilbert Moore
Martha Ann Morgan
Sam Roy Morgan, Jr.
Patricia Ann Morton
Betty Jean Murray
Sidney Charles Nance
Clinton Ricky Neal
Betty Jean Needham
Wanda Lane Needham
Glenn Dodson Nelson
Raymond Thomas Nickens
Thomas Joseph Oakley
John Henry Owens
Nancy Carol Presnell
Kathyrn Suzanne Prevost
Jesse Thomas Pugh
Judith Lynn Pugh
David Carl Purcelle
Donald Ray Purvis
Carolyn Marie Pyrtle
Phillip Martin Ragsdale
Mac Julius Ramsay
Richard Joseph Rancourt
Sandra Louise Redding
Shelia Dianne Redding
Doris Ann Renigar
Alva Irene Rich
Anita Louise Rich
Frances Marie Rich
Glenn Darrell Rich
Jerry Odell Rich
Pamela Gayle Rich
Janet Gayle Richardson
Barry William Richburg
Stephen Donald Riddle
Ronnie Avance Ritter
Betty Ruth Robbins
Cynthia Gayle Robbins
David Lee Robbins
Joyce Elaine Robbins
Nancy Delores Robbins
Vivian Elizabeth Robbins
William Ward Rogers
Linda Dianne Rollins
Wanda Dianne Rush
Elaine Margaret Shanas
Beverly Kathleen Shaw
Billie Sue Shelton
Susan Kirby Shepard
Fletcher Burrell Skeen, Jr.
Charles Randolph Smith
David Warren Smith
Elvin Roger Smith
Harris Ronald Smith
John Wayne Smith
Martha Susan Smith
Nina Belle Smith
Gary Edwin Snider
James Creed Solesbee, Jr.
Brenda Ann Spivey
Jane Bertie Spivey
William David Staley
Walter Cox Stout
Brenda Ellen Strickland
Roger Dole Strider
Brenda Faye Stringer
Jerry Wayne Stroud
Rebecca Jane Swaim
Richard Cicero Swaney
Gerald Arvo Tanner
William Byron Tatum
Earl Frazier Taylor
Douglas Eugene Thomas
Judith Ellen Thomas
Ruby Patricia Pendley
Steven Bruce Perry
Elizabeth Alice Phillips
Lindo Sue Pickett
Johnsie Eloise Pierce
David Guy Poole
John Lee Powell
Brenda Jane Russell
Linda Margaret Russell
Patricia Gail Sanders
Bennie lsom Saunders
Linda Faye Saunders
Bettv Allen Scott
Joanne Patsy Scott
Doris Loucille Seabolt
Michael Emerson Thomas
Mildred Lucille Thomas
Patsy Jane Thomas
Connie Delores Thompson
Faye Mabel Thompson
Hatlie Ray Thompson
Helen Mable Thompson
Martha Raye Thornburg
Sandra Viola Thornburg
James Edward Thrower
Nancy Hill Tolar
Bill Wayne Trogdon
Janet Lee Trogdon
Joel Berchin Trogdon, Ill
Ronald Gale Trogdon
Stanton Samuel Tragdon
Jerry Steven Williams
Robert Lewis Williams
Faye Dean Williamson
Blanch Lorine Wilson
Linda Faye Wilson
Beverly Ann Winslow
Cathy Ann Woodbury
Richard Eugene Woolen
Ellen Jane Trollinger
Mary Faye Trollinger
Ellen Rebecca Trotter
Frederick Elwood Tucker
Gary Wayne Tutterow
Richard James Tysinger
William Cicero Varner
Margie Ann Vaughn
Garland Edward Venoble
Montiz Marie Vickers
Keith Weldon Voncannon, Jr
Paul Stephen Vuncannon
Weitzel Howard Wadleigh
Mary Gwendolyn Wagner
Tommy Mitchell Wagoner
Gary Wayne Walker
Hilda May Walker
Jillian Cole Ward
Ralph Edward Ward
Russell Michael Ward
William Miller Watts, Jr.
Harold Newby Welch
Ronald Gray Welch
Geahola Gaynelle West
William Lewnett West
Barbara Jean Whitaker
Francia Lea White
Artus Vann Wicker
Johnnie Frances Wicker
Betty' Louise Wilbourne
Bonnie Odeon Williams
Robert Donald Wright
Patricia Gail Yates
Roger Dale Yates
Linda Kay York
Ruby Dianne York
Vicki Lynn York
Jacquelin Sue Young
Linda Elizabeth Young
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843 West Salisbury Street
Amoco Products Phone MA 5-2203
C. C. HOWELL 81 SONS
BANK OF RANDOLPH
FASHION FABRICS CENTER
II23 South Fayetteville
"School Fabric Headquarters"
Furniture - Accessories - Draperies
N. Elrn Street MA 5-2360
DAL K. RICH
853 S. Cox St., Asheboro, N. C.
Phone MA 5-2489
IO2l S. Fayetteville Street
HILLSIDE SHOPPING CENTER
Phone MA 5-5225
Asheboro, North Carolina
NEELY AND LISK
"Your Independent Insurance Agents"
Ryan R. Neely Tyler R. Lisk
LARRY MILBERG CORP.
Manufacturers of Ladies' Lingerie
Best Wishes to the Graduating Class
"Beautifully Built to Take Care of Itself"
Ford Cars Falcon Cars Ford Trucks
VESTAL MOTOR COMPANY
9II S. Fayetteville St.
Asheboro, N. C.
ED'S T.V. SERVICE
I626 N. Fayetteville
Phone MA 5-2600
HSHEBUIIU HIISIEIIU IIIIIIS, IIIU
A CRANFORD INDUSTRY
Manufacturers and Finishers
LADIES FULL FASHION AND SEAMLESS I-IOSIERY
WRIGHT'S STUDIO 1
MARSTON WRIGHT, Photographer S
II7 Trade Street Phone MA 5-35I6 GULF PRODUCTS
Portraits-Ch'Id Photography -
Wedding and Comilnerciol Photography 455 Corner W. Salisbury and N. Park Sts.
Asheboro, North Carolina Phone MA 5-4354
JACK'S SODA SHOP I
451 N. Fayetteville St.
Asheboro Phone MA 5-5259
Manhattan Shirts and Sportswear
Lady Manhattan Shirts and Blouses
London Fog Jackets and Raincoats
Tuxedo Sales and Rental
'I We wish you three things:
Wisdom to see the path ahead,
PERRY's Courage to take it-and
Faith to make the journey worthwhile.
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HARDIN'S FURNITURE HOUSE
Highway 220 North
The Store That Saves You Money
Outfitters for Men, Women, and Children
BLUE MIST DRIVE-IN ASHEBORO MOTOR COMPANY
Asheboro, N. C.
Highway U.S. 64
"Open 24 Hours"
Chrysler . . . Plymouth
Valiant , . . Imperial
Sales and Service
Asheboro, N. C.
WOULDN'T IT BE FUN . .
If you could go shopping in any kind
of clothes, never worry about a parking
space, browse all you wished, never, ever
feel pressured into buying anything, yet
find friendly folks to help you with your
needs? lf, at one and the same place,
you could buy all kinds of building sup-
plies, fencing, hand tools, power tools,
power mowers, lawn and garden tools,
hunting supplies and sporting goods,
paint, housewares, china, glassware, and
all sorts of giftwares . . .
All of these things are facts . . . not
fantasy . . . at the
239 White Oak Street
Asheboro, N. C.
Household Journal Since l876
I22 North Church Street
Asheboro, North Carolina
Phone MA 5-3239
HCIHE - IHCCHHRU CUHPURHTIUH
"Where the Boys and Girls Meet"
MEN'S and BOYS' wear
Young Ladies' Sportswear
MID STATE MOTORS, INC.
Show Room Sales Lot
l49 W. Kivett St. 330 N. Fayetteville St
Asheboro, N. C.
KENAN MUTUAL INSURANCE
"lf it's insurance, we have it"
4l4 N. Fayetteville Street
Phone MA 5-6l4-4
CENTRAL TELEPHONE CO.
DURHAM PRINTING COMPANY L 81 L CLEANERS AND
Printing -- Publishing - Engraving
MA 52347 Asheborol N. E05 S' COX Sl' N. Asheboro Phone MA 5-3971
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YOUR TICKET T0 QUALITY!
The Burlington quality triangle
is your ticket to the best in textiles.
Balfour Hosiery Co.
a unit of
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EXECUTIVE OFFICES, GREENSBORO, N. C.
Famous for Prescriptions
Dependable Drug Stores
34l N. Fayetteville Street
Phone MA 5-6007
Asheboro, N. C.
J. D. ROSS AND COMPANY
Office and Institutional Furniture
Asheboro, North Carolina
AND HEATING COMPANY
1103 Sunset Extension
Phone MA 5-6141
Asheboro, North Carolina
BETTER LIFE STORE
"Your Discount I-louse"
658 N. Fayetteville St.
Phone MA 5-4027
Self-Service -Complete Department Store
ASH EBORO J EWELRY COMPANY
125 Sunset Avenue
"Home of the Truly Fine"
HERLOCKER OIL COMPANY
Dial MA 5-4242
Asheboro, N. C.
First in Quality
Fairest in Prices-Fastest in Service
"A Satisfied Customer ls Our First
2403 N. Fayetteville St. Ext.
Phone MA 5-4700
E. T. WALTON, REALTOR
Loans, Property, Management, Sales
ASHEBORO ELECTRIC COMPANY
512 S. Fayetteville St.
NORTH STATE FINANCE CO.
Auto Loans- Insurance
323 Sunset Ave. Phone MA 5-2137
COFFIN 8: SCARBORO
Quality Shoes Since 1915
121 Sunset Avenue
Asheboro, North Carolina
GRIFFIN BAKING COMPANY
"Bakers of quality products
for over a quarter century"
Ask for our . . . Pies, Honeybuns, and Mello
Cream Doughnuts at your favorite store.
S. E. HAUSER, INC.
Institutional Wholesale Groceries
High Point, N. C.
J. D. CROOM COMPANY
140-42 S. Fayetteville St.
Dealers in Office Supplies
Asheboro, N. C. Phone MA 9-9106
David R. Elliott, Owner
Seagrove, N. C. Phone 2661
ALVI N'S FURNITURE 81
Complete House Furnishings
Reupholstery 81 Interior Decorating
TEAGUE'S ESSO SERVICE
ESSO Gas and Products
MA 5-6266 Cor. Cox St. 81 Dixie Drive
24 hour Wrecker Service
532 S. Fayetteville St.
IBM Key Punch Machine Training
Nancy Taylor Course
19 South Fayetteville MA 5-4094
Asheboro, North Carolina
Phone MA 5-6177
HOLT'S QUALITY CLEANERS
Hondcleaning A Specialty
"You Know Holt"
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Department Store 8' Sons
Guilford Dairy Holsum Bread Co
Best Wishes to the Class of '62
ALLEN MACHINE 81 SUPPLY CO.
Phone MA 5-5ll9 420 Industrial Park Ave.
RANDOLPH PACKING COMPANY
Boneless Meat Our Specialty
Dial MA 5-6262 Asheboro, N. C.
ELLIS PRINTING COMPANY
l7I9 South Fayetteville Street
Asheboro, North Carolina
TOWN AND COUNTRY
FURNITURE CO., INC.
Furniture and Appliances
Asheboro, North Carolina
ASHEBORO SHEET METAL
Heating and Air Conditioning
204 West Ward Street
Asheboro, North Carolina
CENTER PLUMBING AND
352 S. Fayetteville St.
RANDOLPH OIL COMPANY
GULF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS
Phone MA 5-3497 l6l4 S. Fayetteville St.
Asheboro, North Carolina
THE BIG DEAL
Shoes for the Entire Family
I506 North Fayetteville St.
Manufacturer of 400 Needle
DIXIE DEW CAFE
Barbeque - Meals - Thick Milk Shakes
24 Hour Service
N. Fayetteville Street
STOCKNER AND BARNES
Telephone MA 5-2l58 805 W. Salisbury St.
Frigidaire Appliances Phonographs-Records
Sporting Goods for Hunting and Fishing
Household Necessities Paint and Supplies
Television Sets Service
M. C. WHITLEY
Hauling and Grading
West Dixie Drive, Asheboro
Business Phone MA 5-4850
RECREATION SODA SHOP
156 S. Fayetteville St.
DIXIELAND PHILLIPS "66"
East Dixie Drive
C. W. HENLEY CO.
Motorola and Admiral T. V.
"Competent Insurance Advisors"
A. B. Sellers, Manager
200 Worth Street Phone MA 9-9144
Sandwiches Fountain Service
DAVIS TIRE SERVICE
. . . CENTRAL IRON AND STEEL
Kelly Springfield Tires
Recapping -Vulcanizing - Used Tires
103 W. Lanier Phone MA 5-4142 ' '
When in need of barber service
see your friends at
SUNSET BARBER SHOP
236 Sunset Avenue
Dealers in Lumber
Asheboro, N. C.
FARLOW FUNERAL HOME
Phone MA 5-2155
Asheboro, North Carolina
ASH EBORO DRY CLEANERS
Van Heusen and Holbrook Shirts
Tuxedo Sales and Rentals
and Loan Association
BAKER'S SHOE STORE
l2O Sunset Avenue
Asheboro, North Carolina
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RICHARD GREY HOSIERY
l722 N. Fayetteville Street
Asheboro, North Carolina
SOUTHERN AUTO SALES
Unusual Bargains in Better Cars
703 N. Fayetteville Street
Asheboro, N. C.
Barbecue - Eats - Sandwiches
Thick Milk Shakes
North Asheboro, North Carolina
AsHEBoRo, N. c.
IDEAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
Contracting 8. Repairing
l2O Trade Street
Asheboro, North Carolina
WILSON TILE COMPANY
W. V. Wilson, Owner
Office-IO27 Sunset Drive
SCOTT BOOK STORE, INC
l4O-42 S. Fayetteville St.
Asheboro, North Carolina
REMINGTON, SMITH-CORONA, ROYAL
Greeting Cards - Gifts - Books - Albums
Food Line Super Markets
654 North Fayetteville
823 West Salisbury
Main Street, Randleman
"Shopping is fine at Food Line"
D- W- HO'-T 8- COMPANY MARY CARTER PAINT stone
International Harvester Products
As always, the best in their field
. . . and yours tool
"Quality paints at Quantity prices"
II2 East Kivett Street
HUDSON 81 McRAE
RFD 2, RANDLEMAN
MARION'S YARN SHOP
Knitting and Needlework Accessories
200 Oakmont Drive
Esquire Socks Holeproof Hosiery
Fruit-of-the-Loom Socks L,
Bachelors' Friend . . .
Mojud Hosiery Kayser Hosiery Watches- Diamonds-Music-Sporting Goods
h Schiaparelli Stockings 322-324 Sunset Avenue
P oenix Hosiery for Men and Women -
Supphose for Men and Women Asheboro, North Carolina
Burlington North Carolina
Asheboro, North Carolina
"You Can Count On Home"
To Give The Finest Loan Service Anywhere
HOME CREDIT CO.
19 S. Fayetteville St.
Phone MA 9-9193
1809 South Fayetteville St. Ext. ,.,..-if
Asheboro, North Carolina
LEONARD ELECTRIC MOTOR
Motor Rewinding - Repairing
New 81 Used Motors
531 N. Fayetteville Street
Asheboro, North Carolina
SIR ROBERT MOTEL
Television Swimming Pool -
Room Phones Air Conditioned
Hwy. U.S. 220 at Junction 49 E. 64 .
and Associates, Inc.
KATHERYN'S DRESS sHoP Consulting Engineers
111 North Street
KITCHEN EQUIPMENT DEALERS
The Graduating Class of 1962
MACK'S SERVICE STATION QUINTON R. CAVINESS
Expert Recapping--Vulcanizing Co.
East Salisbury Street Phone MA 5-2411 East Dixie Drive
Asheboro, North Carolina Asheboro, N' C.
ROY CROSS, REAL ESTATE
Builder - Loans
423 S. Fayetteville Street
Phone MA 9-9101 and MA 9-9102
ROWE TAILORING AND
Asheboro, North Carolina
RESTAURANT KING CARL
ASHEBORO TOY AND
516 S. Fayetteville St.
"Toys For All Occasions"
y B , MOFFITT KNITTING
in A A ' I fm- MILLS, INC.
Manufacturers of Men's and Women's
Full-Fashion Banlon Sweaters
105 Beasley St. N. Asheboro
HOME FURNITURE COMPANY
For Better Furniture At Lower Cost
"There's no place like Horne"
Asheboro, N. C. Phone MA 5-2310
Hedrich Arcade Building
Asheboro, N. C.
KEARNS SERVICE DRUG
803 W. Salisbury Street
Phone MA 5-2216
We Carry The Comets
Asheboro Coach Co
WAGON WHEEL RESTAURANT
N. Fayetteville Street
WEEKS AND ANDREWS
South Cox Road
Asheboro, N. C.
W. F. ISLEY AND COMPANY
Manufacturers of Printers Rollers
322-324 Lindsay St.
Greensboro, N. C.
MA 9-9642 226 Sunset Avenue
Your Young Men's Store
PUGH FUNERAL HOME
ll8 South Church Street
Asheboro, North Carolina
SOUTHSIDE SERVICE STATION
Farley Lewis, Owner
AMOCO GAS AND OIL DIAL MA 5-3498
l5l6 South Fayetteville St.
With o solute to your progress this for in
your education, ond with o sincere hope for
still greoter progress in the yeors to come, best
Hvgress fs 0ur Mosf fmporfanf Hoducf
AUTOMATIC BLANKET PLANT
PIEDMONT AUTO PARTS
MID-STATE PAPER BOX CO.
Opposite Post Office
Open 24 Hours A Day Except Sunday
RANDOLPH FURNITURE CO.
523 N. Fayetteville St.
Phone MA 5-2227
Complete Home Building Supplies
Phone MA 5-2195 251 Ross Street
Asheboro, North Carolina
BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF 1962
John W. Atwater, Jr., D.D.S.
J. T. Barnes, M.D.
Thurman C. Bulla, D.D.S.
E. B. Cannon, M.D.
Thornton R. Cleek, M.D.
J. L. Cochran, M.D.
B. B. Dalton, M.D.
Robert E. Doak, D.C.
Luther J. Earwood, D.V.M.
W. H. Fowle, Ill, M.D.
J. L. Fritz, M.D.
Fred W. Graham, Jr., M.D.
Walter R. Grimsley, D.D.S.
Earlie R. Hill, D.C.
George B. Johnston, M.D.
George W. Joyner, M.D.
J. A. Mclntosh, D.D.S.
John O. Redding, M.D.
Joseph R. Suggs, D.D.S.
J. T. Thomas, D.D.S.
R. E. Williford, M.D.
Joel C. Whaley, O.D.
Printers - Lithographers
Il3 Trade Street Asheboro, N. C.
Phone MA 5-3589
YATES THRIFT STORE
The Bargain Store
ECONO OIL COMPANY
Kerosene - Fuel - Gasoline
Diamonds - Watches
Silver - China - Glass
212 Sunset Avenue
Asheboro, North Carolina
GOLD BOND FLOUR
Plain and Self-Rising
BLUE RIBBON CORN MEAL
Plain and Self-Rising
BLUE RIBBON FEEDS
DELK'S FLORIST 8. GREENHOUSE
2450 Raleigh Road
DELK'S FLORIST 8- GIFT SHOP
314 N. Fayetteville St.
VICK BROS. ELECTRIC CO.
Contracting and Repairing
Phone MA 2-4290
Asheboro, North Carolina
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MAPLE GROVE DAIRY
Sealtest Dairy Products
SOUTHERN FLOOR COVERINGS
Britt and Myrtle Gore
THE RECORD SHOP
Tops in Pops, LP's, Record Players, etc.
Church Street MA 5-5350
RANDOLPH SAVINGS AND
l37 South Fayetteville Street
Asheboro, North Carolina
LEE M. KEARNS, REALTOR
Loans, Sales, Rentals, Appraisals
ROSES Sc, 'I0c, 81 25: STORES
MA Sunset Ave,
H. I. PARRISH
. KEARNS TELEVISION SERVICE
Gas and Oil
Groceries, Meats, Produce, Flour, and Feed 1320 S- peyetteville Street
Phone MA 5-3659
RED STAR TEXACO SERVICE
I76 N. Fayetteville Street
Phone MA 5-2419
Buy Direct From Manufacturer At Halt Price
5l5 N. Fayetteville St.
Asheboro, N, C.
C. H. WOOD, INC.
Best Wishes to the Class of l962
REAVES WALGREEN AGENCY
II7 Sunset Avenue
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1962
Auman Brothers Feed and Seed Store Hurley's Upholstery Co.
Balfour Seafood Market J. B. Johns Insurance Agency
Balfour Super Market
Boone Oil Co.
Boroughs TV 8. Appliance, lnc.
Borrows Heating and Furniture Co.
Central Food Market
Central Gas and Appliance Co.
Cheek Sign Company
City Diaper Service
Cox 81 Freeman Barber Shop
Elliott's Seafood 81 Poultry Market
Feezor's Food Store
Flenniken's Upholstery Co.
Grant's Beauty Salon
Grimes Jewelry Store
H 81 H Clothing Co.
Hadley Coal Co.
Harold's Beauty Salon
D. F. Hayes Grocery
W. l. Jones
Lady's Beauty Salon
Mavine's Beauty Shop
B. C. Moore 84 Sons
Nance Chevrolet Co., lnc.
Paul's Curb Market
Red's Chicken Hut
A. V. Rich's Grocery
Smith's Auto Glass Shop
Sykes Supply Co.
Thomas Auto Sales
Frank G. Toler, Sr.
Von-Tex Hosiery Mills, lnc
Wood Mutual Agency
AUTO SALES, INC.
Your Plymouth, Valiant Dealer
Complete Body and Service Dept.
503 N. Fayetteville Street
Phone MA 5-2500
Asheboro, N. C.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Asheboro, North Carolina
Member of the Federal Reserve System
Member of the Federal Deposit Corporation
C'S SPORTING GOODS
B. B. WALKER SHOE CO.
"WALKER BRAND" SHOES
Asheboro, North Carolina
For the Best in Food
West on By-Pass
East on By-Pass
South on Fayetteville
Bossong Hosiery Mill
ASHEBORO DRUG CO.
PRESCRIPTIONS - DRUGS - FOUNTAIN
I32 Sunset Avenue
Phone MA 5-2176
SOLITE MASON RY BLOCKS
Asheboro, N. C,
Wishes Congratulations For Your
Achievements And Scholarship
During The Past Year
Asheboro, N. C. Phone MA 9-9077
I22I N. Fayetteville Street
Phone MA 9-9054 The Anchgr
Asheboro, North Carolina
Adams, Jane Julie 57, 91, 112, 113, 155
Aldridge, William Clyde 155
Allen, Charles Lee 104, 149
llene Kay 51, 57, 81, 85, 91,113,149
Melissa Kay 155
Brenda Faye 155
Charles Robert 55, 90, 99, 100, 149
Charles Samuel 72, 73, 155
James Steve 161
Linda Ma-e 63, 79, 133
Laris Dean 161
Lynwood Bailey 149
Michael Don 74, 90, 107, 133
Odell Ray 161
Ammdns, Henry Cornelius 155
Anderson, Ronald Mac 155
Andrews, Miss Marie 22, 50
Anthony, Mrs. Evelyn 93
Arthur, Anne Maxwell 84, 149
Ash-Hi-Chat Staff 64
Ash-Hi-Life Staff 62, 63
Auman, Arthur Jerry 90, 133
, Paul Darrel 149
, Elizabeth Ann 55, 82, 149
, Johnny Everett 72, 73, 155
, Michael Roe 51, 84, 133
Carolyn Ruth 74, 133
Darius Wayne 59, 161
Marilyn Sue 133
Nancy Jane 67, 74, 77, 85, 133
Mar Jane 81 85 149
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Baldwin, Mrs. Annie 93
Baldwin, Barbara Ann 161
Baldwin, Rebecca Boone 161
Band 72, 73
Barbee, Linda Maxine 155
Bare, Tony Edwin 161
Barham, Berlin Francis 57, 101, 155
Barham, Robert Martin 72, 73, 76, 149
Barker, Brenda Caroll 59, 80, 161
Barton, John Robert 51, 84, 149
Barton, Thomas Michael 110, 161
Baseball 102, 103
Bass, Gregory Jon 110, 161
Bean, Eddie Graham 155
Bean, Joyce Anne 83, 133
Bean, Larry Charles 161
Alfred Lyndon 133
Betty Ann 155
Brenda Ga le 72 73 77, 85, 149
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Carolyn Jewel 59, 80,
John Calvin 161
Joseph Farrell 133
Mary Eunice 72, 155
Patricia Ann 161
Rebecca Lucile 133
Roy Steven 74, 101, 161
Thomas Scott 51, 100, 101, 161
Beasley, Cleveland Allen 161
Beasley, Steve Austin 161
Beaver, Brenda Faye 161
Belding, Barbara Estelle 80, 161
Benbow, Elizabeth Ann 59, 161
Benbow, Frank Monroe 82, 133
Bennett, Delanous Cleo 100, 102, 149
Bennett, Dickie Ray 100, 161
Bennett, Layman Lee 161
Benson, John Howard 155
Beta Club 78
Biddle, Ronald Errington, Jr, 78, 81, 129, 133
Black, Thomas Edward 161
Blackwell, James Stevens 104, 155
Blackwell, Ralph Lee 155
Blanton, Linda Faye 155
Lana Kay 80, 161
Nancy Hughes 79, 92, 133
Phillip Verban 161
Bolton, Patricia Ann 161
Bonin, John Alfred 104, 161
Bonkemeyer, Sue Carol 149
Boone, Elaine Marjorie 80, 86, 149
Boone, James Lee, Jr. 161
Mitchell David 59, 161
Bost, Timothy Rader 161
Bostick, Miss Helen 22, 68, 78, 85
Bowers, Donnie Lynn 51, 59, 100, 101, 110, 161
Bowman, Jo Anne 155
Bowman, Patsy Diane 85, 88, 149
Boys' Basketball 108, 109
Boys' Monogram Club 90
Brady, William Calvin 74, 161
Brannock, Amy Louise 147
Branson, Mr. Merton H. 22, 45, 83
Branson, Neal Rockford 147 -
Brantley, James Monroe 161
Bray, Richard Eldon 155
Brazier, Thomas William, Jr. 57, 76, 100, 101, 104, 155
Breedlove, Gary Eugene 83, 149
Brenner, David Charles 53, 63, 76, 78, 81, 84, 85, 86, 124, 131, 134
Brewer, James Vernon 149
Brewer, Lena Dianne 161
Brewer, Phyllis Ann 55, 64, 79, 149
Bridgers, Mary Holmes 161
Briles, Cecilia Vermutus 59, 161
Briles, Neva Ann 91, 113, 155
Brim, Raeford Griffin 155
Brim, Raymond Gilbert 53, 67, 68, 78, 81, 84, 85, 88, 134
Bristow, Patricia Carolyn 155
Britt, Betty Karen 161
Britt, Sandra Jane 88, 155
Britt, Vickie Carolyn 161
Brittain, David Roger 149
Brittain, Stephen Royals 84, 101, 149
Brookshire, Mr. G. Glenn 22, 87
Jeanie Craven 15
Karen Elizabeth 53, 63, 77, 85, 89, 91, 96, 118, 134
Larry Lee 161
Stanley Ferree 161
Stephen Hayworth 90, 134
Brenda Sue 161
Brown, William Edward 161
Brown, Gary Lynn 161
Brown, Genna Faye 161
Brown, Glenn Lee 161
Brown, Henry Ray 134
Brown, James Earl 57, 72, 73, 155
Brown, Martha Jane 91, 113, 155
Brown, Mary Anne 134
Mary Jane 161
Riley Wade 134
Brown, William Davis 104, 149
Browne, Barry Jonathan 161
Browne, Charles Talmadge 72, 73, 155
Bryson, Kenneth Worth 161
Buie, Angus McCree 161
Buie, Miss Katherine 22, 88
Buie, Thomas Andrew 161
Bulla, Anita Cheryl 51, 55, 79, 85, 149
Bulla, Dinah Daye 80, 161
Bulla, Jane Cozart 72, 73, 77, 85, 149
Bulla, Patsyanna Wallace 79, 149
Bulla, Robert Franklin 90, 100, 102, 103,
Bullard, Larry Dean 161
Bullins, Brenda Catherine 74, 155
Bullins, Jerry Lee 50, 62, 76, 85, 134
Bullins, Judith Dianne 91, 112, 113, 155
Bullins, Kenneth Wayne 161
Bullins, Troy Edward 87, 155
Bunting, Gary Darrell 155
Caviness, Shirley Florine 57, 88, 155
Chandler, Susan Kearns 51, 58, 59, BO, 161
Chandler, Wallace Scarboro, Jr. 161
Chapman, Marvin Watzel 100, 101, 161
Cheek, Evelyn Diane 77, 79, 91, 92, 112, 113, 149
Mrs. Mamie 93
Cheerleaders 96, 97
Chilton, Mr. Billy D. 23, 54, 81, 84
Chisholm, Janet Carol 155
Chrisco, Charles Winford, Jr. 74, 90, 104, 135
Gwendolyn Joyce 88, 149
Chriscoe, Donald Edward 155
Chriscoe, Emily Chisholm 57, 155
Bunting, Glenda Faye 79, 149
Burge, Brenda Preston 72, 73, 155
Burgess, Della Rose 77, 81, 149
Burkhead, Stephen Ferree 59, 104, 161
Burns, Edwin Eugene 155
Burris, Julia Allen 155
Burroughs, Janie Marie 88, 155
Burrow, Annie Jurine 79, 134
Burrow, Obert Charles 100, 101, 161
Burrows, Mildred Elizabeth 155
Burrows, Randy Lee 155
Bus Drivers' Club 87
Byerly, John Thomas 155
Byrd, Bonnie Sue 161
Byrd, Charles Kenneth 161
Byrd, Robert Henry, Ill 155
Byrd, Roberta Davis 68, 82, 134
Byrum, Gayle Jewel 155
Byrum, Linda Carol 83, 134
Cagle, Eunice Jo Ann 88, 149
Cain, Don Richard 134
Cain, Jane Ellen 57, 155
Chriscoe, Maggie Rosalee 86, 149
Chriscoe, Samuel Lewis 155
Church, Rebecca Joanne 51, 80, 91, 113, 161
Clark, Dee Lane 74, 80, 91, 113, 161
Clark, Emily Dianne 59, 161
Clark, Ronald Edward 161
Clayton, Emily Kathleen 55, 82, 149
Cleek, Thomas Rich 135
Clodfelter, Karen Elizabeth 63, 68, 77, 78, 85, 89, 91,
Coble, Georgia Carol 155
Coble, Martha Elizabeth 155
Cockman, Terry Lee 161
Coggins, Bonice Elaine 80, 161
Cole, Benjamin Ray 67, 68, 78, 84, 89, 131, 135
Coleman, Maria Gayle 64, 81, 86, 135
Collins, Robert Lee 149
Coltrane, Janice Ann 80, 161
Congleton, John Richard 161
Conner, -Kenneth Alvin 155
Cook, Harold Dalton 149
Cook, Nancy Carolyn 80, 155
Brenda Faye 80, 161
Cooper, Charlene LaDare 155
Ca I l icutt,
Ronnie Lee 155
Allen Lee 161
Barbara Jean 161
Charles Thomas 149
Donald Andrew 161
Martha Ellen 51, 97, 155
John Bruce, Jr. 72, 110, 161
Cameron, Linda Sue 68, 85, 134
Campbell, Jerry Wilmer 90, 102, 155
Campbell John Wayne 155
Rita Jo 155
Cooper, Doris Anne 79, 80, 149
Cooper, Ernest Edward 161
Cooper, Juan Dale 155
Cooper, Patsy Marcella 80, 161
Cooper, Richard Martin, 78, 87, 135
Cornelison, Arie Sue 80, 155
Cornelison, Carol Blanche 78, 80, 86,.
Cornelison, Lynda Ann 80, 162
Councilman, Linda Gray 79, 149
Councilman, Lydia Jane 162
Cox, Howard Thomas 162
Cox Jam-es Wesley, Jr. 162
Cox Larry Gene 162
Canipe, Linda Maxine 161
Cannon, Elizabeth Armfield 91, 112, 113, 161
Cannon, Eugene Bedford, Jr. 76, 90, 100, 110, 155, 157
Cannon, Tony Lee 155
Canoy, Brenda Faye 161
Canoy, Larry William 149
Canoy, Nancy Lou 74, 134
Carroll, Sharleen Marie Ann 161
Carroll, Timothy Charles 1, 62, 78, 81, 89, 130, 135
Carter, Mrs. Ina 93
Carter, Martha Jean 161
Carter, Thomas Kearns 51, 135
Cashion, Nancy Katherine 161
Caudill, Janice Jane 161
Causey, Judy Fon 161
Cox, Linda Carol 155
Cox, Louis Kritz 108, 149
Cox, Raeford Eugene 149
Cox, Roy David 51, 54, 72, 73, 76, 81, 149
Cox, Sandra Louise Dean 155
Cox William Russell, Jr. 90, 135
Cranford, Betty Jean 79, 135
Cranford, Brenda Lucille 162
Cranford, David Eugene 135
Cranford, James Albert 155
Cranford, Lawrence Beauford 90, 135
Cranford, Phillip Lane 82, 136
Cranford, Tommy Lee 155
Craven, Brenda Kaye 57, 91, 97, 156
Caveness, Mrs. Kittie J. 22, 66, 77
Caveness, Richard Sidney 155
Caviness, Betty Gail 77, 81, 85, 135
Caviness, Cathy Gertrude 161
Caviness, Patricia Ann 161
Ronnie Alfred 58, 161
Carolyn Olivia 136
Daniel Eugene 84, 162
Jerry Reisel 87, 156
Linda Carolyn 59, 77, 162
Linda Jo 149
Phillip Ronald 90, 100, 149
96, 127, 135
Crawford, Elmer Chris 136
Creech, Ronald Edwin, 136
Cribb, Lynn Gail 162
Croft, John James, lll 81, 110, 15
Cromer, Tommy Russell 162
Croom, James Dallas, lll 162
Crowder, Joyce Ann 149
Crowley, Chris Clark 162
Cundiff, Patricia Ramona 156
Curtis, Dwain Clarkson 156
Dobbs, Lewis Hal 162
Dalton, Edward Turner 76, 86, 90, 99, 100, 1
Dalton, Nola Jean 91, 112, 113, 156
Davidson, Gary Sanford 100, 101, 156
Davidson, June Rosalyn 162
Davidson, Selven Jerome 83, 149
Davidson, Tommie Ann 156
Davidson, Victor Colon 162
Davis, Betty Rose 162
Davis, Carol Ruth 162
Davis Dremia Joyce 57, 156
Eddie Trent 86, 102, 103, 162
Davis, J. B. 53, 90, 102, 103, 136
Davis, James Edward 149
Davis James Mackie 149
Davis, Mary Kay 162
Davis, Mary Teena 156
Davis, Nellie Lee 162
Davis, Norris Daniel 150
Davis Rose Marie 156
Patricia Ann 162
h, Mr. A. W. 20
Faircloth, Mrs. Mildred T. 23, 64, 89
Farlow, Alice Loraine 59, 72, 73, 80, 162
Farlow, David Briles 72, 156
Felton, Mr. Vernon S. 23
Ferree, Linda Gail 80, 162
Ferree, Robert Gray 55, 81, 85, 90, 100, 150
Fetner, Merrill Elizabeth 156
Fields, Mr, Joseph B. 23, 72
Fischer, Frances Melanie 156
Davis, Sandra Rae 57, 156
Davis, Virginia Mae 88, 150
Davis, William Jerry 90, 150
Dennis, Billy Wade 162
Dennis, James Cecil 162
Derr, Mrs. Walker W. 23
Dildy, Jane Elizabeth 72, 73, 81, 84
Dildy, Pamela Ann 77, 81, 150
Distributive Education 82
Diversified Occupation 83
Dixon, Roger Dean 156
Dockery, Mr. James 92
Dorsett, Hoyt Nelson 162
Draughn, Jerrie Lois 79, 88, 150
Draughn, Richard Monroe 100, 101, 162
Dula, William Everette 84, 162
Dunlap, Brenda Louise 162
Dunlap, Claude William 162
Dunn, Joyce Donna 79, 150
Dunn, Mamie Louise 162
Dunn, Willa Mae 79, 150
Dunning, Walter Clinton 87, 150
Durham, David Browning 72, 90, 99, 100, 104, 136
Durham, Peggy Jo 80, 162
Dute, Betty Jane 68, 77, 84, 91, 116, 121, 136
Dwiggins, William Anthony 136
Edenfield, Delila Louise 51, 156
Edmondson, Dr. Frank, Jr. 20
Edmondson, Frank, Ill 57, 76, 102, 110, 156
Edwards, Priscilla Ilene 63, 79, 92, 136
Efird, Opal Coleen 156
Elliott, Sylvia Ann 162
English 30, 31
Essick, Don Lee 82, 136
Everall, Ulyesse Charles 55, 82, 90, 150
Flenniken, Mrs. Leno R. 4, 23
Flenniken, Wanda Lane 62, 77, 80, 150
Flowers, Sondra Kay 80, 162
Floyd, Donald Ray 156
Floyd, James Grayson 90, 136
Football 98, 99, 100, 101
Faust, Eddie Alexander 72, 162
Fox, Mr. Glenn Elbert 24, 81
Frazier, Sandra Jean 55, 63, 77, 85, 89, 150
Freeman, Catherine Ann 77, 150
Freeman, Janis Lee 72, 73, 156
Freeman, Jerry Lee 162
Freeman, Mary Frances 77, 81 89, 136
Freeman, Millard Phillip 50, 63, 76, 78, 89, 90, 102,
109, 122, 131, 136
Freeman, Paul Reece 162
French Club 85
Fritz, Lucretia Cranford 81, 85, 150
Frye, James Wayne 51, 82, 150
Frye, Jerry Leon 156
Frye, John Wesley 162
Funderburk ,Charles Irwin 162
Furr, Barbara Ann 162
Furr, Carolyn Sue 162
Furr, Mary Jane 156
Furr, Ronald Larry 82, 137
Future Business Leaders of America Club 79
Future Homemakers of America Club 80
Future Teachers of America Club 77
Gallimore, Terry Ann 162
Golyon, Luther Ellis, Jr. 150
Gardner, Nell Wakefield 59, 77, 85, 89, 137
Garkalns, Richard Julius 101, 110, 162
Garkalns, Rieta Irene 80, 86, 89, 137
Dennis Michael 162
Garner, Mrs, Esther 93
Garner, Janice Elizabeth 84, 156,
Garner, Linda Ann 156
Garner, Loretta Jane 50, 85, 150
Gentle, Floyd Larry 82, 150
Lucretia Kay 162
Gentry, James Elmo 64, 76, 78, 85
Gilmore, Phyllis Ruth 156
Girls' Basketball 112, 113
Girls' Monogram Club 91
Glisson, Miss M. Angelyn 24, 91, 112
Goins, Margie Marie 156
Graham, Barbara Kay 162
Grant, Gwendolyn Faye 156
Grant, Rebecca ldella 162
Graves, Mary Martha 150
Gray, Evelyn Marie 156
Green, Larry Ray 85, 150
Green, Burnie Keith 72, 73, 156
Greene, Linda Faye 162
Greene, Patricia Anne 162
Greeson, James McKindley 162
Grey, Norman Fox 55, 85, 150
Grimsley, James Otis 63, 76, 85, 90, 102, 103, 108,
Gwyn, Richard Walter 162
Haddock, Harvey Lee 162
Hadley, Emma Susan 51, 77, 81, 85, 150
Hadley, Martha Jane 162
Haigler, Richard James 156
Haithcock, Larry Julian 81, 84, 104, 156
Hall, Brenda Wright 53, 83, 137
Hall, Carol Ann 77, 78, 85, 89, 137
Hall, Dale Parker 150
Hall, James Edwin 156
Hall, Kerry Dean 156
Hall, Margaret Louise 77, 78, 86, 137
Hall, Ruby Elaine 156
Hamilton, Oramae Ellen 163
Hamilton, Joseph Elroy 90, 104, 150
Hamilton, Martha Lou 91, 113, 156
Hamilton, Stephen Spencer 137
Hammer, Leo Maxton, Jr. 67, 137, 167
Hammonds, James Franklin 156
Hancock, Alice Faye 79, 150
Flo d Ja 162
Hancock, y y
Hancock, George Nicholas 68, 78, 84, 86, 137
Hancock, Mrs. Iona 93
Hancock, Lloyd Ray 162
Hanes, Linda Sue 162
Hardin, Bessie Ruth 63, 78, 79, 129, 137
Hardin, Bettie Jo 77, 89, 150
Hardin, John Talton 162
Hardin, Mary Elizabeth 64, 77, 85, 89, 137
Hardister, James Tony 104, 162
Harmon, Mr. Lloyd 93
Harmon, Ruby Lee 156
Harper, Allan Kent 162
Harper, Brenda Jo 162
Harrelson, Judy Lee 162
Harris, Dexter Eugene 162
Harris, Harry Madison 162
Harris, Mr. Moyer Lester, Jr. 24, 72, 74
Harris, Tommy Martin 156
Hartsell, Virginia Edith 57, 156
Harvell, Linda Faye 156
Harvell, Timothy Nathaniel 156
Harwell, Patricia Ann 53, 63, 78, 79, 124, 137
Havens, Virginia Ellen 77, 137
Hawks, Barbara Gail 88, 156
Hawks, Carol Ellen 138
Hawks, Larry William 162
Hayes, John Thomas 156
Hayes, Ralph Stephen 162
Hayworth, Charlotte Stansill 55, 72, 73, 85, 150
Hayworth, Thomas Vernon 76, 150
Hayworth, William Wade 76, 84, 86, 90, 105, 138
Helms, John Reese 90, 100, 110, 156
Helms, Penny Elizabeth 80, 91, 112, 113, 162
Hendrix, Judi Carol 79, 86, 92, 150
Henley, Brenda Kay 156
Henry, Mary Katherine 88, 162
Henry, Sarah Jane 51, 54, 55, 89, 91, 96, 150
Henson, Fay Carol 74, 82, 138
Henson, Sandra Lee 150
Hepl-er, Katherine Arlene 79, 150
Hethcock, Clarice Elaine 162
Hicks, Richard Sylvester 156
Hill, Mrs Barbara Barger 1, 24, 45, 62, 82
Hill, Linda Carol 162
Hill, Shirley Ann 162
Hill, Thomas Ray 150
Hinesley, Larry Lester 162
Hinshaw, Sharon Rose 79, 138
Hobson, Judith Elizabeth 51, 81, 91, 96, 1
Brenda Drew 91, 113, 162
Thomas Whiston 138
Hogan, Golda Carol 51, 59, 162
Holland, Mr. Dwight M. 1, 24, 41, 62,
Holland, Wade Dennis 162
Holt, Forrest Dean 138
Holt, Judith Dawn 138
Holt, Judy Paulette 74, 92, 156
Holt, Mildred lrene 72, 73, 150
Holt, Mrs. Olimbe D. 21
Home Economics 44
Honeycutt, Judy Faye 162
Honor Section 116-131
John Clay 162
Mrs. Mary 93
Michael Douglas 59, 162
Rachel Rebecca 80, 162
Sanda Lee 156
Peggy Allison 72, 73, 162
Elizabeth Dianne 80, 162
Jesse Roger 156
Betty Frances 156
Cora Sue 156
Hubbard, Karen Ann 59, 162
Miss Julia K. 24
Terry Jean 162
Vickie Ann 80, 150
Hudspeth, James Thomas 156
Hudspeth, Judith Ann 156
Huff, Clyde Ray 90, 99, 100, 138
Mr. C. E. 20
Cerelda Jean 77, 86, 138
Charles Harry 72, 73, 84, 150
David Neal 101, 110, 156
Jerry Kenneth 162
Larry Kenneth 72, 73, 156
Lois Jean 162
Mary Senith 62, 64, 68, 77, 85,
Hulin, Gary Warren 90, 104 150
Humble, James Joseph 104, 150
Humble, Jimmy Hubert 162
Hunsucker, Jerry Edward 102, 156
Hunsucker, Paula Jann 80, 162
Hurst, Mr. Alec J., Jr. 25, 101, 104
Miss Faye 93
Judy Lee 163
Hutchens, Kenneth Charles 110, 163
Judy Ann 163
Industrial Arts 43
lngold, Glenn Harvey 102, 156
lngold, Linda Bernice 163
In Memoriam 6, 146
Isley, Carolyn Marie 57, 156
lslev, Harry Peoples 53, 90, 99, 100, 127, 138
Isom, John David 163
Jarrell, Joey Steven 163
Jarrell, Johnny Leon 59, 87, 101, 102, 163
Jarrell, Linda Sue 57, 156
Jarrell, Norma Jean 163
Jarrett, Mr. Donald G., Jr. 25, 86
Jarvis, Barbara Ella 53, 64, 67, 77, 138
Jarvis, Linda Ray 57, 88, 156
Jenkins, Benjamin Plato, lll 76, 77, 86, 90, 107, 138
Jessup, Brenda Mae 156
Jester, Karen Elizabeth 163
on, Betty Lou 55, 150
on, Darrell Gene 138
Johnson, Edward Lee 74, 90, 100, 150
Johnson, Garland Lee 163
Johnson, Henry Eugene 83, 139
Johnson, Mary Rebecca 81, 156
Johnson, Minnie Rose 79, 139
Johnson, Sandra Jean 80, 163
Johnston, George Thomas Browne, Jr. 59, 100, 101, 110, 163
Jones, Dalma Bright, Jr. 51, 53, 76, 139
, Evelyn Louise 163
, Malcolm Wayne 72, 150
, Priscilla Ann 67, 77, 80, 85, 89, 139
Jon-es, Ralph Douglas 163
Jones, Sandra Lee 163
Jones, Thomas Stephen 163
Ronald Smitherman 76, 100, 101, 102, 103, 108, 109,
Jordan, Charles Ronald 157
Jordan, Linda Dianne 112, 113, 157
Joyner, George William, Jr. 76, 78, 85, 90, 107, 108, 109, 116,
119, 131, 139
Judd, Patricia Agnes 55, 73, 74, 150
Junior Play 68
Junior-Senior Prom 65
Basketball 1 10
Katcham, Paula Jane 51, 157
Kearns, Emily Sue 52, 53, 67, 77, 85, 91, 1
Kearns, Jesalyn Ruth 59, 80, 163
Kearns, Larry Allen 163
Keeling, Judy Marrion 163
Kemp, Susan DeEtte 59, 80, 97, 163
Kennedy, Richard Leon 157
Key Club 76
Kindley, Barbara Jean 63, 79, 139
King, Alvin Darrell 72, 73, 157
King, Bobby James 163
King, Carl Lonnie 53, 74, 86, 90, 108, 109, 139
King, David Paul 163
King Harold Steve 157
King, Jimmie Lewis 163
Julius Howard 150
Kenneth Eugene 163
Kinney, Frank Edward 163
Lombe, Thomas Cornette 163
Lambert, Richard Wayne 157
Miss Merle Etta 25
Lane, Diane Lavada 53, 62, 67, 68, 72, 73, 77, 78, 120, 139
Lane, Harry Douglas 104, 163
Lane, Mr. James R. 20
Lanier, James Herbert 163
Lanier, Martha Jean 81, 85, 151
Lanier, Mary LaRue 74, 86, 139
Lassiter, Rebecca Ann 81, 139
Lassiter, Sue Ellen 163
Laughlin, Arrington Jackson 157
Lautenschleger, Eldora Lee 79, 92, 151
Lawrence, Joyce Elaine 163
Ledwell, Sandra Alta 163
Lee, Melville Thomas 163
Lee, Rickey LaVonne 157
Lemons, James Baxter 85, 140
Leonard, Charlotte Dianne 163
Lethco, William Harold 56, 157
Lewallen, Eugenia Louise 74, 140
Lewallen, Jimmie Ray 150
Lewis, Edith Gayle 163
Lewis, Gary Randal 55, 72, 73, 151
Lewis, Herschel Horton 157
Lewis, Mary Devenia 140
Lewis, Thomas Dewitt 157
Liles, Emily Florence 77, 81, 151
Lineberry, Danny Wayne 163
Lineberry, James Ray 157
Linville, Melva Ann 163
Lloyd, Ervin Eugene 104, 157
Loflin, Aaron Wallace 51, 100, 101, 163
Lomax, Vicki Lynn 163
Long, Donna Faye 55, 77, 151
Long, Mrs. Erma T. 25
Lovin, Mr. Fred M. 25
Lowrance, Mr. J. A. 20
Lowrance, Jerry William 163
Lowry, Barbara Lynne 80, 163
Lucas, Joseph Michael 163
Lucas, Terry Lynn 157
Lucas, Wanda Lou 77, 85, 140
Luck, Jerry Wrenn 140
Luther, Rebecca Jane 74, 163
Lyle, Steven Evans 163
Lyndon, Kenneth Michael 163
MacDonald, Danny Ray 163
Kinney, Jerry Lee 157
Kinney, Linda Carol 163
Kinney, Marsha Dee 88, 157
Kinney, Susan Marie 77, 80, 81, 150
Kirby, William Bradley 64, 139
Kirkman, Edward Steve 150
Kivett, Barbara Brown 64, 150
Kivett, George Clayton 150
MacDonald, Mary Ruth 79, 140
McBride, Delphia Lee 83, 140
McBride, Rickie Edwin 157
McBride, Vena Margaret 80, 163
McCartney, Ottaway Kenton, lll 50, 76, 90, 140
McCombs, Mr. Curtis E. 25, 110
McCormick, Martha Maria 163
McCrary, Carol Franklin 55, 85, 91, 96, 118, 151
Kivett, Howard Herman 100, 101, 110, 163
Kivett, Martha Alice 51, 52, 63, 77, 85, 91, 139
Knighton, Elaine Christine 59, 163
les, Terry Lee 151
Korn, Rita Ann 163
Phyllis Ann 163
William Larry 163
William Ray 140
McDoweIl,I Nolan Mllby sl, 55, 151
Patricia Diana 157
Willie Richard 88, 100, 151
David Morris 55, 62, 76, 81, 90, 100, 108, 151
Lamb, Edwin Doyle 163
Lamb, Richard Joseph 82, 139
Lamb, Thomas Eugene 163
McFadden, James Stuart 76, 81, 101, 110, 157
McFatter, Joan Elizabeth 80, 163
McGrady, Benton Rush 157
McGrath, Edwin Ross, Jr. 140
Mclntosh, Margaret Ann 58, 59, 91, 112, 113, 163
Mclntyre, Timothy Michael 157
McKeel, Nancy Lynn 157
McKenzie, Phyllis Jane 163
McLean, Miss Sylvia 25, 58
McLeod, Sandra Kay 163
McMaster, Danielle Kay 56, 57, 81, 157
McMasters, Eugene Robert 151
McNair, Linda Joyce 79, 140
McNeill, Brenda Joyce 74, 140
McNeill, Carolyn Ann 157
McNeill, Sylvia Dare 51, 59, 80, 163
McNulty, Joseph Frank, Jr. 72, 73, 81, 157
McPherson, Larry Walter 157
McPherson, Sue Carol 53, 78, 140
McRae, Charles Edward 101, 157
McRae, Joel Kirk 90, 99, 100, 140
McRae, Judith Olivia 81, 85, 151
Mabe, Br-enda Quinn 88, 151
Mabe, Rebecca Elaine 74, 157
Macon, Clarajo 72, 73, 77, 85, 151
Male, Diane Barbara 80, 157
, Betsy Irene 77, 85, 151
Candace Ellon 72, 128, 141
Catherine Jane 79, 88, 151
Morgan, Charles Eugene 1, 62, 67, 76, 77,
121, 131, 141
Morgan, Colvin Thomas 107, 141
Morgan, Dale Street 90, 141
Morgan, Mr. Eben C. 26
Morgan, Evelyn Darnell 157
Morgan, Joyce 157
Morgan, Mr. L. H. 20
Morgan, Martha Ann 163
Morgan, Mr. Max D. 26, 98
Morgan, Michael David 51, 56, 57, 157
Morgan, Royce 163
Morgan, Sam Roy, Jr. 72, 163
Morris, Bob Sidney, Jr. 157
Morton, Agnes Gaill 88, 151
85, 89, 90, 100
Maness, Betty Jean 53, 63, 79, 80, 141
Maness, Mr. Ivey G. 26
Maness, Jack Timothy 151
Maness, Mary Elizabeth 74, 157
, Peggy Sue 86, 151
Phyllis Ann 157
Marion, Bobby Eugene 51, 157
Morton, Ann Celeste 80, 157
Morton, Janice Lorraine 151
Morton, Patricia Ann 59, 163
Murray, Betty Jean 80, 163
Murray, James Dalton 151
Murray, John Clifford 50, 108, 151
Myers, Junius Clifford 88, 141
Nance, David Benjamin 157
Nance, Robert Lee, Jr. 72, 142
Markwood, Dora Mae 82, 151
Marlowe, Judith Kay 157
Martindale, James Lee 151
Marziano, Hiram James 81, 157
Mathematics 32, 33
Matthews, Mrs. Sadie 93
Mayberry, Marcia Diann 79, 92, 141
Meadows, Martha Sue Ann 79, 92, 151
Nance, Sidney Charles 163
Neal, Clinton Ricky 163
Needham, Betty Carolyn 163
Needham, Brenda Helen 157
Needham, Ina Louise 79, 92, 151
Needham, Wanda Lane 163
Neely, James Brevard, Jr. 72, 157
Charles Barbee 142
Miller, Caroline Spencer 67, 77, 85, 89, 141
Miller, Charles Bryant 83, 151
Miller, Dianne Davis 59, 72, 163
Miller, Elizabeth Christine 67, 91, 96, 157
Miller, Jane Henley 77, 81, 85, 151
Miller, Joseph Russell 163
Miller, Larry Ray 151
Nelson, Glenn Dodson 163
Nelson, Wanda Kay 157
Nickens, Raymond Thomas 163
Oakley, Thomas Joseph 163
Office Assistants 92
Oglesby, Sylvia Jane 157
Miller, Linda Sue 157
Miller, Patricia Jewel 86, 89, 151
Millikan, Phyllis Lorene 59, 80, 163
Moffitt, Judy Elizabeth 85, 151
Moffitt, Lester Claude, Jr. 74, 100, 141
Moffitt, Miss Mary M. 5
Moffitt, Patricia Ann 85, 141
Moffitt, Phyllis Kaye 163
Mollman, William Henry 72, 73, 151
Olivo, George Michael 90, 100, 104, 151
Osborne, Barry Phillip 151
Overton, Phyllis Ruth 82, 151
Owen, Jayne Adair 53, 77, 142
Arthur Clarence 151
Barbara Sue 57, 157
James Hughes 157
John Henry 163
Moody, Brenda Carolyn 80, 163
Moody, Frances Gladys 84, 157
Moody, Janet Elizabeth 68, 82, 141
Moody, Judy Carol 55, 64, 79, 89, 92, 151
Moore, Mrs. Anne H. 26, 79
Moore, Emily Sue 77, 79, 85, 151
Moore, Emily Sue 55, 92, 151
James Dosie 163
James Edward 157
Moore, James Harvey 157
Moore, James Talley 157
Moore, Judy Ann 77, 85, 141
Moore, Linda Greene 63, 77, 78, 85, 89, 119, 141
Moore, Mary Bernice 163
Moore, Ronald Gregory 157
Moore, Terry Gilbert 163
Wayne Douglas 87, 88, 141
Page, Brenda Charlene 59, 80, 163
Paisley, Robert Lee 157
Parham, Betty Carol 51, 53, 78, 82, 129, 142
Parker, Frances Kay 78, 79, 142
Parker, Phyllis Rowena 163
Parks, Barbara Lane 59, 163
Parks, Darrell Randolph 163
Parks, Hilda Dean 55, 82, 151
Parks, Larry Deaton 53, 63, 81, 90, 99, 100, 102, 103, 125, 142
Parks, Marilyn Louise 163
Parsons, Eleanor Dianne 80, 163
Parsons, Regis John 81, 84, 151
Pate, Janet Ann 74, 151
Pate, William Cobb 85, 142
Patterson, Roddy Lee 163
Paul, Jerry Ray 151
Payne, Joy Ann 86, 151
Peck, Brice Harrison 164
Pegram, Davis Edgar 157
Pendley, Ruby Patricia 164
Perry, Steven Bruce 59, 164
Phillips, Bernard Franklin 151
Phillips, Miss Elizabeth 26, 80
Phillips, Elizabeth Alice 80, 164
Phillips, Jonah Dewey 86, 151
Phoenix, Mr. Lee C. 21, 52
Pickett, Linda Sue 164
Pierce, Johnsie Eloise 164
Plummer, Martha Nance 157
Polson, Dora Lucille 51, 80, 91, 157
Poole, Carole Ann 151
Poole, David Guy 164
Poole, Max Thomas 152
Powell, Miss lrma Anne 27
Powell, John Lee 164
Powers, Charlesanna 80, 164
Michael Elam 87, 152
Nancy Carol 164
Rodney Allen 152
Shirley Ann 157
Rodney Allen 104, 152
Kathyrn Suzanne 164
Prillaman, Mr, Reid 27, 47
Pugh, Sarah Elizabeth 68, 77, 85, 142
Pugh, Jesse Thomas 84, 100, 101, 164
Pugh, Judith Lynn 51, 80, 164
Pugh, Sandra Kay 157
Purcell-e, David Carl 164
Purvis, Donald Ray 164
Pyrtle, Carolyn Marie 164
Pyrtle, Randy Reed 55, 90, 102, 152
Query, Suzanne Harris 157
Quill and Scroll Club 89
Ragsdale, Delbert Gordon, Jr. 90, 142
Ragsdale, Philip Martin 164
Raines, Connie Ruth 152
Mac Julius 164
Richard Joseph 164
Ratclitfe,, Margaret Ann 157
Redding, Brantley Hicks 152
Redding, Brigitte Ursula 152
Redding, Milton Hammer 152
Redding, Howard Powell 76, 78, 81, 90, 98,
Redding, Samuel Steele 152
Redding, Sandra Louise 164
Redding, Shelia Dianne 164
Redding, Mr. T. Henry 20
Redding, Mr. William Frank, Jr, 6
Reeder, Anita Mozelle 57, 80, 158
Reid, Maynard Beard 158
Rempson, Nancy Carol 72, 73, 77, 81, 85, 152
Renigar, Doris Ann 80, 164
Jane Smith 80, 152
Ann 63, 73, 142
Rich, Alva Irene 164
ita Louise 164
vid Cyrus 72, 152
Rich, Donald Lee 110, 158
Rich, Frances Marie 80, 164
Rich, Glenn Darrell 110, 164
Rich, Jerry Odell 164
99, 100, 10
Rich, Pamela Gail 164
Rich, Mrs. Ruby Tysor 27, 81
Rich, Samuel Lester 158
Richardson, Janet Gayle 80, 164
Richardson, Linda Carolyn 79, 92, 142
Richardson, Virginia Mae 85, 152
Richburg, Barry William 59, 164
Richburg, Don Preston 152
Riddle, Stephen Donald 164
Ridge, Annice Lee 158
Ritter, Cornelia Faye 158
Ritter Ronnie Avance 164
Barbara Annette 158
Betty Ruth 80, 164
Charles Thomas 55, 76, 90, 99, 100, 102, 103, 108
Robbins, Cynthia Gayle 164
Robbins, David Lee 72, 164
Robbins, Earlene 162
Robbins, James Leon 86
Robbins, Joe Thomas 100, 101, 158
Robbins, Joyce Elaine 91, 112, 113, 164
Robbins, Michael Jeffrey 83, 142
Robbins, Nancy Delores 164
Robbins, Roger Arnold 152
Robbins, Vivian Elizabeth 80, 164
Robbins, Walon Covon 158
Robbins, William Duke 158
Roberts, Billy Houston 74, 90, 102, 108, 109
Roberts, Janett Lee 55, 91, 97
Robinson, William Harold 51, 52, 68, 76, 77,
Rogers, William Ward 164
Rollins, Linda Dianne 164
Rollins, Shelby Jean 158
Ross, Charles Edward 76, 108
Ross, Shelby Jean 158
Rosson, Susan Cecilia 158
Rude, Raymond Chris 152
Ruland, Lewis Dillard, lll 143
Rush, William Neely 90, 100, 108, 109
Russell, Linda Margaret 58, 59, 164
Russell, Nancy Graves 80, 158
Harry Eugene 158
Ora Ann 143
Patricia Gail 80, 164
Sterling Herbert, Jr. 152
Saunders, Bennie lsom 101, 108, 164
, Larry Cleavland 158
, Linda Faye 164
, Robert Eugene, Jr. 143
John Richard 51, 100, 158
Science 36, 37
Scott, Barbara Ann 158
Scott, Betty Allen 72, 76, 164
Scott, Jo Ann Patsy 164
Seabolt, Doris Loucille 72, 164
Seagraves, Sharon 164
Senior Play 67
Senior Showcase 66
Sexton, Herman Wesley, Jr. 55, 76, 152
Shanas, Elaine Margaret 164
Shanas, Elizabeth Ann 82, 152
Shaw, Mr. A. W. 93
Shaw, Beverly Kathleen 164
Shaw, Carson William 100, 152
Shaw, Clyde Theodore, Jr. 152
78, 85, 89, 126
Shaw, James Edward, Jr. 158
Shaw, Linda Diane 53, 77, 143
Shaw, Reba LaVerne 57, 81, 158
Shaw, Ruth Ann 158
Shaw, Worth Odell 158
Shelton, Billie Sue 164
Shepard, Jean Phillips 81, 158
Shepard, Susan Kirby 164
Shirley, Bobby Charles 143
Sikes, Carolyn Mae 152
Siler, Ellen Howard 65, 85, 143
Sisk, Carolyn Gail 82, 152
Strider, Roger Dale 164
Strider, Phyllis Ann 152
Strider, William Clayton 152
Stringer, Brenda Faye 74, 164
Stroud, Linda Diane 79, 152
Stroud, Jerry Wayne 72, 164
Stroud, Michael Lyman 64, 86, 108, 109, 144
Student Council 50, 51
Fletcher Burrell, Jr. 164
James Howard 158
Stultz, Linda Carol 64, 86, 91, 112, 113, 153
staffs, Edith Pamela 51, 64, 77, sa, 89, 91, 96, 153
Sugg, Mr. Edward R. 27, 43
Suggs, Dr. J. R. 20
Surratt, Janie Lee 73, 158
Surratt, Wanda lnez 158
Swaim, Mrs. Eleanor 80
Swaim, Irene Stroud 62, 67, 68, 72, 73, 77, 78, 85, 125, 131, 144
Swaim, Jo Ellen 78, 81, 89, 144
Swaim, Rebecca Jane 164
Roddy Jean 72, 158
Sloat, Gerald Pritchard 143
Smith, Adrienne Kay 152
Smith, Archie Leak 86, 90, 100, 152
Smith, Charles Randolph 74, 164
Smith, Mr. C. Reitzel 20
Smith, David Warren 164
Smith, Elvin Roger 164
Smith, Gloria Blanche 53, 79, 91, 113, 152
Smith, Harris Ronald 164
Smith, James Lee 104, 152
Smith, John Wayne 164
Smith, Martha Ann 158
Smith, Martha Susan 164
Smith, Marylin Sue 77, 85, 89, 91, 96, 143
Smith, Nina Belle 164
Smith, Rhonda Jane 79, 152
Smith, Rickey Harris 158
Smith, Mrs, Rosa 93
Smith, Mitchell Stevie 82, 152
Smith, William David 164
Smith, William Douglas 100
Smith, Mr. William J. 27, 56, 98
Smith, William Russell 158
Snider, Gary Edwin 164
Swaney, Brenda Faye 158
Swaney, Carolyn Louise 158
Swaney, Nancy Carolyn 158
Swaney, Richard Cicero 164
Sweeney, Mr. Richard B. 20
Swicegood, Thomas 72, 164
Swing, Charles Thomas 158
Tanner, Gerald Arvo 164
Tate, Steve Arthur 158
Tatum, Linda Faye 144
Tatum, Sandra Lee 73, 77, 78, 80, 86, 144
Tatum, William Byron 59, 164
Taylor, Earl Frazier 164
Teachey, Anna Marie 72, 73, 77, 81, 153
Teachey, Mr. Guy B. 20
Teague, Hilda Faye 158
Social Standards Day 69
Social Studies 34, 35
Solesbee, James Creed, Jr. 164
Spanish Club 86
Sparks, James Robert 81, 152
Thorburn, Billie Jo 55, 77, 84, 144
Spencer, Joseph Chapman 76, 106, 158
Spivey, Brenda Ann 80, 164
Spivey, James Enoch 59, 82, 104, 143
Spivey, Jane Bertie 164
Staley, David William 164
Staley, Geneva Ann 53, 63, 72, 79, 130, 143
Staley, Gladys Louise 78, 143
Staley, Joyce Ann 158
Staley, Julian McArthur 82, 143
Staley, Phyllis Gaye 72, 73, 158
Stalvey, Nancy Carol 79, 152
Stalvey, Thomas Franklin 158
Starcher, Shirley Rodenia 72, 158
Stedman, Sarah Elizabeth 72, 73, 77, 81, 85, 152
Steele, William Paul 77
Boyd Ernest 153
Thomas: Mr. Donald 28, 90, 98, los
Douglas Eugene 59, 100, 164
f Judith Ellen ao, 164
Thomas, Karen Ann 158
Thomas, Michael Emerson 72, 164
Thomas, Mildred Lucille 164
Thomas, Patsy Jane 80, 97, 164
Thomas, Robert Clyde 100, 101, 158
on, Connie Delores 59, 80, 164
an, Faye Carol 86, 153
on, Faye Mabel 79, 164
on, Gladys Louise 144
on, Hatlie Ray 164
on, Helen Marie 165
on, Mary Tucker 63, 79, 144
Thornburg, Brenda Diane 79, 153
Thornburg, Dianne 81, 158
Thornburg, Martha Raye 165
Thornburg, Sandra Viola 165
Stevens, William Lee 53, 90, 102, 103, 143
Thrower, James Edward 165
Thrower, Thomas Berry 86, 144
Tillman, Mrs. Evelyn 93
Tillman, Joan Elizabeth 80, 158
Tolar, Nancy Hill 59, 165
Tolbert, Thomas Reece 153
Stone, Barbara Lou 158
Stone, Mr. Lee J. 27, 98, 107
Story, Cecelia Ware 57, 158
Stout, Doyle Reece 72, 73, 158
Stout, Ella Raines 54, 77, 86, 152
Stout, Judith Ann 74, 152
Stout, Mr. Rufus 93
Stout, Walter Cox 164
Stout Wilma Cheryl 158
Strayhorn, Michael Blane 88, 90, 99, 100, 143
Strayhorn, Priscilla Rachel 57, 158
Strickland, Brenda Ellen 51, 164
Strider, Benford Gary 86, 90, 152
Trogdon, Bill Wayne 59, 165
Trogdon, Brenda Joyce 74, 158
Trogdon, Clay Ronald 144
Trogdon, Roy Donald 144
Trogdon, Ernest Wayne 52, 64, 85, 90, 144
Trogdon, Janet Lee 165
Trogdon, Joel Berchin, lll 165
Trogdon, Nancy Lynn 97, 158
n, Patricia Ann 64, 153
n Ronald Gale 165
Tro don, Stanton Samuel 165
n, Mr. Joe Vaughn 28
Trollinger, Ellen Jane 165
Trollinger, James Thomas 63, 85, 153
Trollinger, Mary Faye 74, 165
, Ellen Rebecca 59, 80, 165
Trotter, Jerry Lee 158
Trotter, Larry Allen 81, 84, 87, 153
, Priscilla Irene 82, 144
Tucker, Frederick Elwood 165
Tucker, Roy Lee 57, 104, 158
Turner, Willa Dean 74, 80, 153
Turpin, Paul James, Jr. 158
Tutterow, Gary Wayne 165
Tysinger, Richard James 59, 165
Underwood, Janice Ruth 57, 158
Upchurch, Billy Howell 72, 73, 153
Updyke, Lois Jane 80, 158
Van Hoy, Mr. William F., Jr. 1, 28, 62, 76
Varner, William Cicero 165
Vaughn, Margie Ann 165
Venable, Garland Edward 165
Vickers, Montiz Maria 165
Donna Jane 72, 73, 158
Voncannon, Keith Weldon 165
Voncannon, Patricia Carol 84, 158
Vuncannon, Jessica Marie 80, 158
Vuncannon Juanita 165
Vuncannon Paul Stephen 59, 165
Shirley Ann 82, 144
Wanda Leigh 77, 85, 153
Wadleigh, Weitzel Howard 165
Wagner, Mary Gwendolyn 165
Wagoner, Tommy Mitchell 165
Walker, Calvin Mitchell 158
Walker, Gary Wayne 104, 165
Walker, Hilda May 80, 165
Walker, Judith Gayle 158
Walker, Martha Ann 56, 57, 97, 158
Walker, Ronald Wilson 159
Walker, Russell Grady, Jr. 51, 62, 67,
Walker, Sarah Helen 51, 57, 59
Waiser, Dianna Carol 145
Walser, William Andrew 159
Walton, Margaret Ann 153
Ward, Carolyn Jane 153
Charles Walton 82, 145
Ward, Jerry Morris 153
Ward, Johnny Michael 55, 153
Ward, Jillian Cole 97, 165
Ward, Nancy Lee 91, 97, 159
Ward, Ralph Edward 165
Ward, Russell Michael 165
Watson, Mary Tom 57, 159
Watts, William Miller, Jr. 165
Way, Anna Paulette 64, 77, 78, 81, 85, 89, 145
Way, Larry Allen 145
Webb, Judy Catherine 54, 63, 85, 89, 91, 96, 153
Weeks, Stephen Van 153
Weiler, Herald James, lll 63, 68, 84, 145
Welch, Harold Newby 110, 165
Welch, Ronald Gray 72, 73, 165
Welch, Sandra Gail 153
Welch, William Foy 145
77, vs, 84, 8
West, Danny Franklin 72, 159
West, Geahala Gayenelle 59, 74, 165
West, William Lewnett 74, 165
West, William Robert 90, 99, 100, 108,
Whatley, Joseph Hiram 78, 145
Whatley, Mrs. Kathleen C. 28
Whitaker, Barbara Jean 51, 165
Whitaker, Tony Ernest 82, 153
White, Francia Lea 165
Whitson, Mr. Morris 29, 106
Wicker, Artus Vann 110, 165
Wicker, Johnnie Frances 80, 165
Wilbourne, Betty Louise 165
Wilkerson, Dorothy Bell 159
Wilkes, Mrs. Peggy Rich 29
Williams, Bonnie Odean 74, 165
Williams, Dorothy Elizabeth 77, 78, 85, 126, 131, 145
Williams, George Edward 159
Williams, Jerry Steven 59, 165
Williams, Richard Lauren 159
Williams, Robert Lewis 59, 165
Williams, Sandra Lynn 80, 159
Williams, Sharon Doreen 153
Williamson, Faye Dean 165
Williamson, Jesse Baxter 51, 104, 159
Williamson, Miss Lou 1, 29, 62
Wilson, Blanch Lorine 165
Wilson, Judy Frances 85, 145
, Linda Faye 80, 165
, Nancy Gail 159
, Susan Elaine 72, 81, 159
w, Beverly Ann 165
w, Clifford Neal 72, 81, 159
w, Worth Ronald 53, 71, 76,
Wood, Miss Leona 4, 29
Wood, Mr. Walter 93
Woodbury, Cathy Ann 165
Woodley, Charles Jonathan 153
Woodley, Glenn Simeon 85, 145
Wcoley, Paul Monroe 153
n, Richard Eugene 165
Mark oiavef 1, 62, 76, 78, 90, 107, 108, 119, 145
90, 98, 99, 1oo, 102
Wrestling 104, 105
Wright, Catherine Ellen 63, 64, 77, 78, 85, 89, 123, 131, 146
Wright, Mrs. Doris G. 29
Larry Gregory 87, 159
Wright, Larry Vernon 72, 73, 87, 159
, Robert Donald 165
Wright, Sarah Susan 159
, Sulan Gregory 153
Yarborough, Linda Sue 57, 159
Yarborough, Rebecca Jane 146
Yates, Nancy Carolyn 153
Yates, Patricia Gail 165
Yates, Roger Dole 165
Yates, Samuel Amos 63, 76, 125, 146
York Bobby Ronald 153
York, Clarence Edward 159
York, Elvin Eugene, Jr. 76, 78, 85, 90, 104, 146
York, James Alexander 55, 76, 86, 90, 100, 153
York, John Charles 159
York, Kaye Frances 159
York, Linda Kay 165
York, Ruby Dianne 165
York, Susan Etta 159
York, Vaughn Michael 86, 102, 146
York, Vicki Lynn 59, 80, 165
Jacquelin Sue 165
Linda Elizabeth 165
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