Asheville Buncombe Technical Community College - Yearbook (Asheville, NC)

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Q, 1 , fy! 1 1 ,fam I V :Ex In , . FWZ: E 4" ,A.,,y.x.E2r,z ,f .I M .lm .ai ,Just ' ,uk f fg - 4 I: , 1 Wy: ,,"-4 lays' .vlkfp - ' ' '11 A v. ?'s.,"g.S" - .'iQ'A .,, 5. . .. .fn 5. R li :hir .. L., 3, . L, U .. 5 Qsa I ,,, JN :fV.,......- ,I 1-as 1 -. 'nw' ar-v'f' 1 Q 8 ,pd DEDICATIO TO: MR. I. GERALD COWAN A man who stands tallest among tall men of the hemlock region and casts his shadow of influence to the outer shores of his beloved State, A man with a sincere and genuine dignity tempered with humility who pulls from others willingly their absolute best, A man who through his devotion to vocational and technical education and to this Institute has helped our region to progress industrially, To MR, GERALD, a man who has been and who will continue to be our cornerstone, WE DEDICATE THIS ANNUAL IN TOKEN OF OUR LOVE AND APPRECIATION. I I S BQARD OF TRUSTEE Dr. L. F. Zerfoss Chairman American Enka Corp. Enka, North Carolina Coke Candler Chairman, Buncombe County Commissioners Paul W. Markwood American Ekna Corp. Enka, North Carolina I. Gerald Cowan Vice-Chairman Wachovia Bank Asheville, North Carolina Herbert Coman Beacon Manufacturing Co. Swannanoa, North Carolina Earnest Mills Mills Manufacturing Co. Asheville, North Carolina John M. Barnes Champion Papers Inc. Canton, North Carolina W. B. Dillard Dillard Construction Co. Sylva, North Carolina W. W. Shope Shope Furniture Co. Weaverville, North Carolina A '?"Qtk ff Joseph Belton Stephens Lee High School Asheville, North Carolina John H. Giezentanner Attorney-At-Law Asheville, North Carolina Iohn M. Reynolds Reynolds Storage Co. Asheville, North Carolina v'1'f-1 - wg. Y, 'Q W Q., . , ' 1 , , N x 'Q ' ww. 6 fQr:j" ' .X an , U' N W M -.. N. . -fl f'Q"'aw N-Q-.f f '- f- S+ 'xv 'Y Ti ni ,hz - , " ' 'v-avg, 'Q "" . fi , -' ,..:'fl""'7"V,S'i WP. f" X 'CQ' A ' M ff- f - ww-'lwfvilwdff WW xx N., A , X A , 7 f, J. X , - ' Q' .h . Mx I .EL fn 4 ' 6 x Y 0-...X If gn V --MM. .,. Mm.- ..W, ,, " 'f N ' " . ' W , f P 'Q' N-.fx Y A V . A- ,V " -2 K 'Z-Hi: p V" , .4 f igs, J E, 'N A, ' 3-""'f. , , , u ' 5 ,. ,, , 4 E LQ! K1 f .ff- A-fv? John W. Davis Director of Student Personnel Harvey L. Haynes Dean of Instruction " - Joseph B. Edwards, Jr. James R. Cox ,f Director of Extension Coordinator of Distributive Mrs. Jane G. Smith Education Secretary to the President Mrs. Helen M. Bowers Office Clerk Mrs. Jessie P. Goforth Bookkeeper Mrs. Barbara P. Kitchens Secretary Miss Frances Nelson Secretary Mrs. Madeline C. Onellion Receptionist Mrs. Nancy W. Steele Student Records I I Brewster C. Adams Director of Evening Program James R. Winning Coordinator of General Adult Education and Community Service ,Thu V I f .M Mr. Robert Abee Mr. James E. Anderson, Jr. Mathematics Chemical Technology "Applies geometry to kayaks." "ln his spare time: Boy Scouts." i xl., A l l l Mr. Albert W. Awald Tool and Die Making Mr. Bruce Arrowood Librarian "Taking his own medicine." J rl Y X 1 Mrs. Lynne P. Bernhardt Mr. W. Carroll Bridges Secretarial Drafting and Design Technology Mr. Norris I-I. Bell Related Instruction Mr. M. B. Chidester Mechanical Technology Mr. B. S. Creasman Mrs. Ruth G. Digges, R.N. Mrs. Ruth W.Gedclings, R.N. Electronics Technology Practical Nursing Practical Nursing i , 2 1, .Li A 'vm ' 'M y ftnzgyi X ,' 4 ' '- 'u 2 f 'N I Vx L Wt gfafrxfefra. - T 936 sgf'-fafrwf. 1 f rl' J ' f -Q s K V r ,qi -1 X . 0. S, - f is 1 fi-f a iffszi fi L yi V Yi .. f ff '. , ' lp" ,,- ..p .- , , f , 53 .rg U-5 . A -"Z: is f 'ff if wg-5:5141 .9 Mr, Cletug H, Camreu Mr. Harold Hamrick Radio and Television Servicing Electronics Technology " Swing your partner" ' f i Mr. N. E. Goode Mr. B. E. Haynes Mr. Robert H. Israel Data Processing Machine Shop Heavy Equipment Technology Maintenance I3 X, Mrs. Cornelia S. Jarrett Mrs. G. Arlene Jordon, R.N. Mr. Roy A. Lambert Secretarial Practical Nursing Related Instruction Mr. John D. Lane Mr. G. Paul Lentjes Related Instruction Related Instruction Mr. Whiteford C. Mauldin Mrs. Sara M. Morris Mr. Charles F. Noblitt Business Adrninistration Related Instruction Automotive Mechanics I4 .1-1.1 Mr. Robert L. Parker Mr. Stans C. Sluder Air Conditioning and Welding Refrigeration YZ? X ,f .,,i I Q, Mrs. Jayne Ivey Patton Mr. Robert I-I. Swann Mr. Olin R. Wood Secretarial Machine Shop Technical Mathematics 'ou I, 4 ,fl L.. Mr. John Woody Carpentry and Cabinetmaking Mr. Albert Bahr MI. William O. Barnard, It Machine Shop Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I5 Mr. James R. Brock Mr. O'Brien Brooks, Jr. Mr. Jay Canter Drafting and Design Business Administration Related Instruction Technology "and Mark" MI X W., if Mrs. Jeanne Sluder Cox Mr. Garret DenBraven, Ir. Related Instruction Machine Shop if ,ft . 4 I 5 . 1 .. I N fm! gtg' Mr. Roland E. Desrochers Mr. Gary Joe Gibson Mr. George Tom Hornaday Related Instruction Mathematics Data Processing Technology I6 J MI. C. A. Johnson Mt. John Kury Mr. Earl L. McElrath Related Instruction Electronics Technology Related Instruction Mr. S. W. McNeely Mr. Hoyt Glen Montgomery Mr. Jack Patterson Drafting and Design Related Instruction Business Administration Technology Mr. John P. Miall Mr. Keftron C. Smathers Data Processing Welding Technology I7 M.r. James H. Smith Mr. I. Ellis Snipes Related Instruction Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Mr. Jerry A. Starnes Related Instruction REPRXRW All In X . ii if "X Mr. Thomas E. Trimble Mr. C. E. White, Jr. Related Instruction Automotive Mechanics Mr. Dick White Automotive Mechanics Wg, 'al 6- is ll 2 ' S Mrs. Evie G. Brown Mr. Marcell Williams Custodian Mr. Lyman W. Brown Mr. Paul Rout Custodians 1 6 John H. Bell, Ir. Ronnie G. Brookshire Bobby D. Buckner Danny J. Burrell Chemical Technology Electronics Technology Electronics Technology Drafting and Design Technology wsu-1.3.2 'uf an A1 TV' 'Nfl'- William M. Burnette Charles D. Crum William L. Crum George G. Crump Drafting and Design Electronics Technology Drafting and Design Electronics Technology Technology Technology ml C' Philip I. Davis Charles W. Ducker Ralph Freeman Horace T. Graham Drafting and Design Drafting and Design Electronics Technology Electronics Technology Technology Technology 20 -V., ' ,y Ronald E. Gosnell Eugene R. Gregory Michael Haynes Charles D. Harris Data Processing Drafting and Design Data Processing Electronics Technology Technology Technology Technology Donald R. Hill William Keith Michael Knight Duane D. Lail Drafting and Design Data Processing Electronics Technology Drafting and Design Technology Technology Technology Steve Lanning Clifford M. Laughter Robert L. Mason Helen H. Mayhue Electronics Technology Mechanical Technology Drafting and Design Data Processing Technology Technology 21 ln "5 3 Harry L. Mears William J. Medlin Mark Miller Mechanical Technology Electronics Technology Drafting and Design Technology 'pk 'V' 'f"ZT'.J"' Henry F. Moeller Data Processing Technology Thomas F. Price Hermon H. Rector Ruby L. Reese Manfred E. Reis Drafting and Design Drafting and Design Data Processing Drafting and Design Technology Technology Technology Technology ln. uh- 955. Larry A. Smith Robert D. Smith Douglas W. Sparks William E. Stamey Drafting and Design Drafting and Design Mechanical Technology Electronics Technology Technology Technology 'G-'if Everett Tate Data Processing Technology Jack Von Swayngim Chemical Technology Jimmy G. Vaughn Electronics Technology Volney L. Tinsley Mechanical Technology Mickie L. Thompson Carl Z. Thorpe Electronics Technology Drafting and Design Technology Marvin E. Wadcley Allen L. Watts Drafting and Design Data Processing Technology Technology Edward Wilson Edward W. Yount Thomas A. Wakefield Arthur F. JCHMHS Mechanical Technology Electronics Technology Drafting and Design Electronics Technology Technology 23 James D. Allen Drafting and Design Technology Thomas G. Allen Business Administration Edward E. Ammons Electronics Technology Don N. Arrowood Electronics Technology Roger D, Banks Drafting and Design Technology John L. Beck Electronics Technology George E. Becker Drafting and Design Technology Jimmy E. Bishop Business Administration Eugene K. Blalock Data Processing Technology Larry K. Blythe Business Administration William A. Bourquin Electronics Technology Michael W. Bradley Electronics Technology Ronald E. Brevard Drafting and Design Technology Larry G. Brown Business Administration Molton L. Buchanan, Jr. Drafting and Design Technology John D. Calloway Electronics Technology Joyce P. Carter Data Processing Technology William C. Carter Data Processing Technology James J. Chandler Drafting and Design Technology Jack L. Clarke Data Processing Technology Daniel B. Clements Business Administration Abbott E. Conner Data Processing Technology Curtis I. Corn Chemical Technology James W. Crawford Business Administration Mollie M. Cruikshank Data Processing Technology Jacqueline L. Davis Data Processing Technology Ronald G. Dellinger Business Administration Freddy M. Dickerson Drafting and Design Technology Alfred H. Dillingham Drafting and Design Technology Perry A. Dillingham Data Processing Technology John R. Durner Business Administration Robert C. Early Mechanical Technology James O. Edwards Data Processing Technology Robert H. Eldridge Chemical Technology Carl E. Eldridge, Jr. Business Administration Roger S. Ellison Chemical Technology James D. Enloe Drafting and Design Technology Charles B. Farlow Electronics Technology Douglas E. Fisher Data Processing Technology David L. Godfrey Electronics Technology Q is it wg? G mit' WW . Mack A. Gray Electronics Technology Carolyn A. Griffin Data Processing Technology John Hagan Business Administration Donald W. Hall Electronics Technology Theordore T. Hall Business Administration Thomas L. Harris Business Administration James G. Hetherington, Jr Mechanical Technology Eddie S. Henderson Mechanical Technology Kenneth E. Hensley Electronics Technology Samuel R. Hilemon Mechanical Technology Joseph R. Hiles Business Administration Jim A. Honeycutt Business Administration Robert R. Howell Data Processing Technology Roger L. Hunter Business Administration Gary J. Jackson Business Adminisuation Michael W. James Business Administration Charles S. Johnson Electronics Technology Robert H. Jolly Business Administration Carl G. Jones Business Administration Jack H. Keenan, Jr. Drafting and Design Technology Billy A. Kilpatrick Chemical Technology Charles S. Lunsford Business Administration William S. McCall Drafting and Design Technology Larry A. McDuffie Drafting and Design Technology Bruce D. Mclntosh Drafting and Design Technology lohn R. H. McIntosh Chemical Technology Jerry L. McMahan Drafting and Design Technology Leslie S. Marvin Drafting and Design Technology Stephen E. Mason Chemical Technology Patricia L. Mayhew Data Processing Technology William T. Mease Business Administration Larry M. Melton Drafting and Design Technology Mrs. Edith C. Moore Data Processing Technology Stephen A. Moore Drafting and Design Technology Gary C. Morton Business Administration Betty G. Mucci Business Administration Robert C . Mullinax Data Processing . Stuart A. Nanney Data Processing Wayne R. Neal Electronics Clarence I. Nearer Data Processing Willard James Norton Data Processing Technology Sammy C. Pegg Data Processing Technology Douglas H. Penland Business Administration Kenneth B. Penland Drafting and Design Technology Lynda L. Phillips Data Processing Technology Robert D. Poston Electronics Technology Fred L. Pressley Business Administration Guy E. Pressley Chemical Technology Maxella G. Randolph Data Processing Technology Robert D. Ray Data Processing Technology Wanda S. Ray Business Administration Roy F. Rice Chemical Technology Carolyn I. Roach Business Administration Paul N. Roberts Drafting and Design Technology Homer H. Sanford Drafting and Design Technology Jerry M. Scoggins Drafting and Design Technology Tim A. Scroggs Data Processing Technology Jack R. Shelton ' Data Processing Technology Garry D. Sheppard Data Processing Technology Ted W. Shulze Electronics Technology Eugene B. Smith Data Processing Technology Sylvia A. Sprinkle Data Processing Technology Michael D. Summey Mechanical Technology Johnny D. Sutphin Business Administration Rodney M. Styles Chemical Technology Danny P. Taylor Drafting and Design Technology Jack L. Thomas Data Processing Technology Bernadine E. Towe Business Administration Jack D. Trexler Mechanical Technology Wilson R. Tschiffely Mechanical Technology James C. Tucker Drafting and Design Technology James Van Huss Mechanical Technology Clovia A. Wilson Business Administration Grady C. Worley Data Processing Technology George W. Wright Data Processing Technology Robert W. Zerfoss Data Processing Technology "Don't you wish every- body did?" BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIO ,, ,S 'lf f' I a 7' Q ,A any 9 X fa. X "' A Accounting Class The student in Business Administration is trained to deal with the rapidly expanding technological business field. By using the various skills such as business law, accounting and advertising, he may excel in salesmanship finance, banking, or an unlimited number of occupations in the business field. J ,, MM Z 4--"""VNJ .vf"" n-'lv Happiness is sucking your thumb. so CHEMICAL TECHNQLOGY t i :mu: 'hav fs ' A Double-beam Spectrophotometer Experiment in Sublimation The Chemist of today provides many of the industrial needs of the world through the research and develop- ment of new products and their uses. Through extensive training in such advanced techniques as Chromatography and Spectrophotometry, he is able to correlate the theory and ideas of chemistry into practical application in industry. Constant Temperature Viscometer Sl DATA PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY Writing a program for the 1620 computer. Testing panel wiring on the 407 Accounting machine. By understanding the latest concepts of computer automation these students are quali- fied to play one of the leading roles in the scientific and business worlds of today and in the future. An understanding of the principles of the IBM 1620 computer inables them to work computer problems in a fraction of the time needed in the past. f -0 ibke if Q., ,,..,..f-my ss.-,ar tr 3 DR FTI G A D DESIGN TECHNDLCGY The draftsman is qualified to perform duties in mechan ical and design principles and to provide the blueprints and layouts necessary to standard business and industrial organi- zations. He is trained in lettering and line work, ortho- graphic layout, and pictorial drawings using the trimetric, isometric, oblique and perspective methods. 1 t 33 ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY Step-counter Research N' 'E Writing Conclusions Through the use of many complex pieces of equipment the electronics instructor ties in his lecture classes with lab- oratory work so as to provide the student with a solid back- ground of theory and application needed to meet the ex- panding electronics field. By applying the broad curriculum provided the student is able to meet the responsibilities of the electronics industry. Power Supply ' Analysis .kog F 34 Tinius-Olsen Tenslle Testmg Machme The mechanlcal technologlst 1S tramed to deslgn equ1p ment needed to g1VC motlon to machmes I-Ie can prov1de the practical apphcatlon of engmeermg theomes to the grow mg needs of todays hlghly I6Ch1'1lC31 automated lndustry Heat Treaung Metals ilk, 2 1 ' ' 4 X X , Xxxk' 5+ X E V I .4 if 'fat' -p..- 5 hva, 97-...., . Qin so-'22 Qt In YW? 5 :Q 'fig -1-M ffm The Technrcal student studies mathematrcs and physrcs because these are the foundauon courses needed for an understandlng of sci- ent1f1c and mechanrcal problems. He studles speech and technrcal wrrung so that he can convey cor- rectly h1s rdeas to others by means 1: -'Q L .gr T .s 2 7- ,L -- ""--..'v1..r -4-""'L--Y"5', lf ' Qt' ll lvrl A 145513 'Xiu 'N' 1 4':5'ff w 'A ' v v er ,mi '14 J 1 X 3375 . . 'f":13, r N' 'K 'MA 1 , 'ru . J, ,.fQj. ,- .I 5 .. , . .fwaef-J. 1 ggi 5 1 1 f ' 'LK f X 'Q :Wig pl - I ' I ,. . ,: v V QLAM5 - .J . ii.. l 3 5. ll' 4- I l . Kg, 55 I -.. QQ? , gli 1 il' SZ, 15 5' . 1, , sig 'Q-,'if,,' ., 'MXL W y x z 'ff gr- f WM: ix .ASX ' 1 y 7 n 1 'PW -1 41 Q -2 'iwii L wa. 8145... James H. Adkins Carpentry and Cabinet Making Iames B. Alexander Welding Iimmy Lee Allen Tool and Die Making Mrs. Patricia H. Baldwin Secretarial Orval Edward Banks Tool and Die Making Mrs. Nancy C. Bartlett Secretarial Iudy Gayle Bass Secretarial Vetice Arthur Bates Machine Shop Ronald Evan Beck Radio and Television Servicing Lloyd Pharis Beddingfield Carpentry and Cabinet Making Tommy Clark Bell Machine Shop Tom Perry Bennett Radio and Television Servicing Becky Joe Biggerstaff Secretarial Charles Morgan Brank Machine Shop Charles Lee Brank Machine Shop John Lucius Brown Machine Shop Mary Ellen Buchanan Secretarial Barbara Ann Campbell Secretarial Norman Eugene Capps Welding Wayne Gaskins Capps Welding Gertie Mae Chambers Secretarial Phillip Howell Clark Welding Mary Elaine Cole Secretarial James Larry Cole Automotive Mechanics Patricia Joe Conner Secretarial Patricia L. Craig Secretarial Bobby James Creasman Machine Shop Carroll Creasman, Jr. Machine Shop Clara Elizabeth Davis Secretarial Richard Gibson Davis Machine Shop fm, 'C gif 1 5 - iw 'vu nw- F N W if l ask X 9 3 2 3 G 40 Mrs. Rosa E. Davis Secretarial Jeannie Dickerson Secretarial Linda Lou Duck Secretarial Nellie Io Dull Secretarial Elizabeth R. Elkin Secretarial Howard D, Ferguson Automotive Mechanics Henry Ronald Free Air Conditioning Terry I. Gentry Automotive Mechanics Anita H. Goldsmith Secretarial Howard F. Gordon Machine Shop Leona D. Graham Secretarial Herbert H. Green Machine Shop Linda I. Guthrie Secretarial Glenn C. Haney Heavy Equipment Sam M. Harper Automotive Mechanics Larry W. Jarvis Automotive Mechanics Ronald Lewis Hendrix Machine Shop Ralph R. Hensley, Jr. Machine Shop Albert Dewight Henson Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Charles William Henson Welding George R. Martin Automotive Mechanics John David Holt Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Ethel Edmonia Hopkins Secretarial Wilmer McGee Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Mrs. Nellie R. Ayers Secretarial Mrs. Caroline P. Osteen Secretarial Charles Elmer Johnson Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Melvin I ones Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I ack Keith Heavy Equipment Maintenance Mrs. Margaret B. King Secretarial 'War Q? L2 up-Q, WHW in "v www Morris Dean Knupp Automotive Mechanics Paul B. Lane Welding Larry B. Langford Machine Shop Frank Milton Lavender Machine Shop Paul C. Levi Welding Charles Long Welding James Lytle Machine Shop Oscar McCoy Heavy Equipment Maintenance Charles McElrath Carpentry and Cabinet Making W. L. McNabb Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Kennie Wayne McPeters Machine Shop James Malone Carpentry and Cabinet Making D. Dewayne Mease Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Ronald M. Moore Welding Mrs. Betty M. Moorefield Secretarial Mrs. Lucille P. Norton Secretarial David Ralph Orr Machine Shop Edward Houston Owenby Heavy Equipment Maintenance James Owens Automotive Mechanics Chester Millaed Owenby, Machine Shop Patricia Ann Parham Secretarial Stephen Blane Penland Welding Roy Pounders Welding Mrs. Charlene Radau Secretarial Ronald Erwin Radford Air Conditioning and Refrigeration I anis Ann Ramsey Secretarial Martha Ann Reece Secretarial James M. Rice Tool and Die Making Mrs. Frances Jones Riley Secretarial Dale Roberts Ir Radio and Television Servicing fl! 'K' Betty Io Robinson Secretarial Iudy Ann Robinson Secretarial Maureen Robinson Secretarial Ulys Larken Ruff Automotive Mechanics Gerald E. Shelton Machine Shop Kathleen Virginia Shurling Secretarial Roland Stone Radio and Television Servicing Doyle I. Smith Machine Shop Mrs. Margaret C. Snyder Secretarial Sabra Marie Sperati Secretarial Mrs. Lillian P. Stover Secretarial Wanda Kay Suddreth Secretarial Ronald Sutphin Tool and Die Making Max Millard Suttles Welding George T. Sutton Machine Shop Harry Taggert Automotive Mechanics Willie Terry Heavy Equipment Maintenance Jerry Eugene Thomas Automotive Mechanics Patricia Darlene Tweed Secretarial Joyce Tweed Secretarial Robert Ulp Carpentry and Cabinet Making Charlotte Frances Watt Secretarial Mrs. Ollie R. Watts Secretarial Harold D. Webb Machine Shop Larry Scott Whitaker Machine Shop Walter C. Whitaker Machine Shop Jerry M. Woody Automotive Mechanics Mrs. Jeanette Worley Secretarial Marvin Eugene Wright Machine Shop Danial I. Zumstein Tool and Die Making Bernard L. Allen Machine Shop Willie Alredge Radio and Television Servicing Orval E. Banks Tool and Die Making Thomas L. Beddingfield Machine Shop Earl I. Black Machine Shop Harold E. Bradburn Automotive Mechanics James R. Brooks Machine Shop Joe B. Buchanan Automotive Mechanics Dewey R. Bugg Automotive Mechanics Howard G. Burgin Machine Shop Danny L. Burleson Automotive Mechanics Walter R. Byrd Air Conditioning and Refrigeration William E. J. Clark Radio and Television Servicing Gary C. Coffey Radio and Television Servicing Ray I. Conner Tool and Die Making Larry D. Cook Automotive Mechanics James S. Coyle Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Albert Davis Machine Shop Joseph L. Davis Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Robert J. Duncan Tool and Die Making Marvin K. Gibbons Machine Shop Thomas A. Gibson Machine Shop Neil W. Greene Machine Shop Robert L. Green Automotive Mechanics Billy W. Haney Automotive Mechanics James C. Hannah Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Thomas D Harding Machine Shop Clifford W. Hare Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Marvin W. Harper Welding Ronald A. Harwood Automotive Mechanics Michael G. Herron Automotive Mechanics Bishop Holder Welding Jesse W. Holloway, Jr. Radio and Television Servicing Robinson Hunter Machine Shop Horance R. Hunter Machine Shop Fred E. Jarrett Radio and Television Servicing Joseph D. Kuykendall Machine Shop James W. Laughrun Machine Shop Alvin M. Lunsford Machine Shop Clarence F. Mc Clean Machine Shop 'hiv 'GN David H. Mc Elroy Radio and Television Servicin Joseph R. Mehaffey Welding Floyd L. Middleton Automotive Mechanics Calvin L. Morgan Machine Shop Ralph A. Morris Automotive Mechanics Richard V. Muse Machine Shop Stanley E. Nelson Machine Shop John W. Owensby Machine Shop Grady F. Parris Automotive Mechanics James D.. Pressley Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Leon W. Rayburn Automotive Mechanics Lewis K. Redmond Tool and Die Making Henry W. Reynolds Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Harry W. Rhoades Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Harlan G. Rice Welding Carl L. Roberts Machine Shop Carl J. Roseborough Machine Shop James M. Runyon Welding John C. Sandlin Machine Shop Charles D. Sanford Tool and Die Making Larry P. Schell Automotive Mechanics Clyde E. Sheppard, Ir. Radio and Television Servicing James R. Shope Automotive Mechanics Thomas C. Sisk Automotive Mechanics William D. Sluder Machine Shop Charles C. Sluder Tool and Die Making Ronald C. Stamey Machine Shop John H. Stillwell Machine Shop Ronnie L. Taylor Welding James D. Thornton Automotive Mechanics Danny L. Warren Machine Shop Clyde N. Warren Machine Shop Leon S. Whitaker Automotive Mechanics William Whitted Machine Shop David H. Woody Air Conditioning and Refrigeration William H. Young, Jr. Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Swan's feeding scene from "The Swan Lake". 'Sax A CONDITIONING Reading the pressure. The study of air conditioning and refrigeration provides the knowledge necessary to design, install, and service commercial and domestic air condi- tioning and refrigeration units. These men have the diversity to become a vital part of this multi-million dollar industryi Sealing the compressor A D REFRIGERATIO Installing an inspection panel. Shaping sheet metal. I AUTQMGTI E MECHANICS Installing new rings. Back into the car. Today, most of our transportation needs are sat isfied by millions of motor vehicles which are powered by either gasoline or diesel combustion engines. We need men who are capable of keeping these fleets on our nations highways. These needs are fulfilled by men who are highly trained to ser- vice these engines and their power trains. Such is the Automotive Mechanic. Grinding valves. Assembling the heads. CARPE TRY CABI ET MAKI G r-,.-,,,,.,,..-we--" -...LAKQ " ' Measuring the joysts. J v fi ui- When these men graduate they will be depended upon to build our homes, towns, and communities. We would not be able to admire fine architecture, or attain such a high standard of living without these trained carpenters, :- .X 9 0 Q i ..1, A' ,av Cutting to length, Fastening the corner. Laying out the floor. B23 fz?t,,,,,. x Ut vol' wi 0' 47' its 52 HEA Y EQUIPMENT -X , .xx xx A.. -X si Close tolerances are required. Studying the cut-away model diesel. n 'wt fi . then the fuel line goes . . The study of heavy equipment mainte nance gives each student a foundation in diesel engine and hydraulic systems and the electrical, steering, fuel, suspension, cool ing, and lubricative processes. In order that our homes, towns, and highways can be built, heavy equipment must be kept in op eration. This makes the maintenance man I X a necessity in the booming construction in dustry. wr' "We'll have it back together in no time." MACHINE SHGP Cincinnati Automatic Lathes 'N Power Cut-off Saw The man who becomes proficient in the handling and maintenance principles of machine tools has the potential to become one of our nations most important assets. The machinists are the men responsible for keeping the production machinery opera- tive. X 120404 As. Close Work Production Drill Press RADIO A D TELEVISION SERVICING "This thing won't even get WISE Building a radio. 'W at The radio and television industry has grown into one of the largest of the communi- cation media. The job of the radio and television repair- man is to keep the individual radio and television set oper- ating. To do this he must be skilled in intercommunica- tions, television receivers, and radio and television mainte- nance. The modern secretary must have outstanding qualifications. She must have an adaptable person ality, competance, and skill in operating the lat- est office machines. These young ladies receive ex- tensive training in skills which make them much sought after by business and industry, TOOL A D DIE MAKI G Measuring with height gage. Grinding Carbide Tool. S7 ' Es ,iii a,-- i ' We Y "Wait until Mr. Awald see's you!" Grind angle plate. 6 .. i V lgflf msuwm 1- The tool and die maker is a man of many responsibilities for it is he they call the "foundation man" of industry. He is the skilled machinist who has the knowledge required for tool and die making, process- ing of complex jigs, fixture guages, and other machinery pieces vital to industry. W WELDI G f ,WEA "QW , A ' K, -f. 1...-.. r gi , 'V' Z. Oxy-acetyline Welding Electric Welding The curriculum for the welder is designed to give him instruction in the theory and principles of arc-welding oxy-acetylene welding, and inert gas welding. Upon graduation he may be found either working on the skeletal structure of a large construction job or as an independent self-employed welder. Pipe Welding f S Overhead Welding ,dl l S 5 AX hi .gym A s' ! 3, si ' 2 N, , .f R 1 , 9, . f. K 'B M if x ff K. , ,Q if Fflfg u 58 yi. -t4...-U , if-22 923 -1-- -Q, fl - yew, f - - 4mxL5ur1b.A+ mimi-, imp- ,. 1 47 -. It .. '4' Q,.,, ',,1 --, L ,fn Y - f v . I- -X 2 F fini 3 , 1. SQ 'hx .yi K A. A - ' Q-TI . ,ff if , ff ' inf ' ' f Y "Em A '5 Q' I 3 f , 1 -.4 UIQ - 'v , QM, af Wm , , , ., . at yi" '. V , ' , 4 . I Ufffq. H" Ap',, . 2w:..xv1L., , A ' ' , Q' ,aj ", 'M ' . Q ' f iiv M4 .' 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A Af: , ' J ww fi... n -.,, gp A A l --rf 41- 1 '6- Mrs. Mary Angel Mrs. Georgianne Baker Miss Joan Barnwell Mrs. Joyce Brackett Miss Judith Buckner Saint Ioseph's Saint Ioseph's Memorial Mission Saint Ioseph's Saint Joseph's Mrs. Frankie Campbell Mrs. Teresa Cohen Miss Adele Dalton Miss Mary Davis Mrs. Ruth Downey Saint Ioseph's Saint Ioseph's Saint Joseph's Saint Ioseph's Memorial Mission f"'N Miss Virginia Fester Miss Arsie Grant Miss Brenda Gregg Miss Mary Hall Miss Patricia Hicks Saint Ioseph's Memorial Mission Memorial Mission Saint Joseph's Saint Joseph's 60 ' Mrs. Barbara James Miss Barbara Johnson Mrs. Doris Nichols Memorial Mission Memorial Mission K Mrs. Betty Lewis Saint Joseph's Miss Carolyn Lewis Saint Ioseph's Mrs. Evelyn Joyner Memorial Mission Saint loseph's Miss Mary Maxwell Mrs. Elizabeth Saint Ioseph's Millikan Saint Ioseph's Miss Betty Ledbetter Saint Joseph's Miss Frances Moore Saint Ioseph's Mrs. Carolyn Morman Miss Carole Nickerson Miss Thelma Perry Mrs. Mary Ann Mrs. Geraldine Pike Memorial Mission Saint Joseph's Memorial Mission Pickens Saint Joseph's Memorial Mission 61 1 N 1 "Fl Miss Ann Schmidt Memorial Mission Mrs. Dorothy Pomfrey Miss Dallie Searcy Saint Joseph's Saint Ioseph's ,f- Mrs. Virginia Sharpe Saint Ioseph's Miss Julia Shuford Memorial Mission Miss Martha Stines Mrs. Mary Smith Miss Delores Sparacino Mrs. Velda Mrs. Bertha Swayngim Saint Ioseph's Saint Joseph's Saint Joseph's Strickland Saint Ioseph's Saint Ioseph's Miss Frances Taylor Miss Judy Tipton Mrs. Marian Wardlaw Mrs. Alice Wood Memorial Mission Saint Ioseph's Memorial Mission Saint Ioseph's 62 Pracucal expenence in the Nursery MEMGRIAL MISSION DIVISION Say Please Administration of oxygen. :Sf 'ew yffvpx -499 -.xg-Q 63 I SAINT JOSEPH'S DIVISIO S The spots on the floor are from giving shots to each other. The primary objective of the nursing program is to familiarize the student nurse in the appreciations and skills needed to become an effective practical nurse. Af- ter one year of classroom work, practical application, and testing, she is capable of entering her career as a helper of the sick. is g 0 3. 13314 ., ...fb ra Q, r ' I 4 "uv-4. , jj I f new-rlfqf 64 Doing a Good Turn. Folding clean linen. , , .,, .2 ,,,., , .. . na., v , fr Q, W,-. Q. H ,mqN..y. .9 , .,,,..5f.,,,. ,A I , , ,, , .. , . ,, A' an 4, V , .QM A ..,.. . - W .wif,.4, ,:4,Y.ff,y.iK,9i,w rwgvff, V 'M .., 4 f 4 4 , f -.Wh nf., .,, ..,if,W r . 1.-N,..,, . .,-42 wwf, ,.. 4 A w., ,M M, 1:,4,w,,., -f.. .. s ., . 0.1 , ,, W V A if v 5.2, 0 L! , M , , K: 4. , H, Q, . . ,1. ,x , ,,- ...,,,f.,,,,, .., y . f ..,,,,6 X . ,W.,g. f N ,Q 4 M iv f 1 mg, , W' I ' 1 ,,, , ' M . f A 5 451 A 4 1 Q, . , . 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'Q' -'ff ,'-f 4' A fi V will " Y' " aff ix WM 'fwfr H" Q ' -M" x ff . , , -' no , . , ' , , .1 y ,, I ' M K .. - A , ' aim . .. -W . - . A -1 P f u -vw' ' 28'-:Wise , A N- - 1 X .1 M.. 4.1. x,...auhiu....... ' Q-.makin ,l J' nf ., .. . ' 1 ix l y L .ikbvmkmu Our Newest Little Sister: The Jackson County Unit at Sylva, N. C. r D 8 . Q f Carpentry in the new unit. Brick Laying at Sylva ee --""" Fr 2"""' Conference Leadership Class at American Enka. Through actual practice Enka trains supervisors to appreciate workers' problems 67 "f"'uX12u:,.,, I qsj i...,... Data Processing Institute. ff Taylor employees learning glass blowing. H--..,...,. Taylor clerks studying card sorter. J .. g.,,. xy-A .sw ' Z tw way! X The Extension Division of Asheville- Buncombe Technical Institute covers an area of fifteen Western North Carolina counties. Curricula on the trade level are currently offered at the Sylva and Marion, and will soon be available at the Murphy unit. In addition to the full-time trade curriculums many short term courses are offered. An important phase of the ex- tension division consists of training per- sonel for industries located in the area. The total years enrollment in the exten- sion division is thirty-five hundred trainees M, "6 . fix if! I 3' yi .au Q q,,,., p. N W .44 . .' 1: . . 9 ,ew Z' 11 ' Y. . 51 .v A' 5 W ,125 I Q5 , .. 52211 . K '65 flu if -A:?.i'i - ,rig .. ,- i S' V1 if -4 ' 2 m ' -.5 .:i 32,1 ' 'X Eze' V , ni, ,Q . ff . Y ' In nf: - 5.4 ff " 'e.,:n,,2-r 3 .- 5. , - 6923: s." K ng ,il i X Q' .1 1 4 3 KEY, s 1 SY ' ea ff g? ggxfftgbg 5 92551 ' 1 x. xg fjgli 1 f 1 f igwf W 3 A D- fr' . 15, ' ' fi .rf I I X " .,-Q 6. X .y . ,, li J-5P"'F P VA. . Q, .. f J. qw 1-F -2 'ff' ie fi' 922.15 'fab-if? ?'L',g? 556 G if 53134 Q X! 'fsqyufipi 'iw Q '-9 'an-vfqf . 4 rg, ,-55411,-1 I ,A 514.45 - vkxailwin ':,rajfyf, 7- ..f" v-49 . 7 5" t 'M' V, I :I , lv, . ff fi a '94 vw 1' JL 'f ' L'! f K , 4 ya, X A 4 fr' , Q A Ei? 5 N- ! W , ,wi 16" ,g f , y 2 " 1 f Q, FM A 'G X 9 f K , ' ' Q "' :A an " if -- M ' ff 'Y 1 f F f 'ff V . A aw if 1 I FALL Lucky Registrars I 2 IV ABTI does not have organized extra-curricular program: however, many student activities took place. In the following pages we will try to relate just a few of the activities to you. Many students participated in the football games that spontaneously developed beside the "A" build- ing complex, baseball was played on the improbable diamond between the "A" and "B" building com- plexes, and the World Series was held in the student lounge on the T. V. The secretarial school presented ' a play. Representatives from large companies dis- L. . played their latest Products' and there was the Open ighted Goalpost, newest advantage to night games, cost well under EB20,000. Moonshiners beat Revenoors qnatcherly U in the big Inter-squad game. ' J House which over 3000 persons attended. The Chemi- cal Technology department organized a Student Chemical Society on campus. pus. Although there probably is a real need for or- ganized social and athletic programs, students who wanted to participate in group activities did so. "Gu1p!" Y . 'Sf ' , ,wx . V., Uflyir ,Y , .W hr, Vg 1. 1 E I is 1: 4 " ' Q ' . ' ' ' ' 'f' I1 , f , M .Nf2,?w,., M Q.. , u:,,4gv ,,t Q ' iq, 1 A' , .irq--, . nw. ,3,sg7,5wg5 5 1 ,rc A, l nfl ' :Q2Ifi,.,t,fI'Y'f'.' 4 1 ., A f Nm.- M4 f" fn., - tg, - lx,-1 faL'iwf'Y 12 Q 6 :Mfw f '-A " x 2 .. ' vt kr A, A X A -xAfWx! Nr xsJ'?2f' , 4 Q. . 1 ., , . f 1' i g , 25,1-5 Wg 3 , 4 , Q Q' M: A A .rss - , ,. V 2 Vi, Ju 1' .- . '. I f, f fl 'L 'ff : 'H' .1 -an X " L V - .2321 2 Vi, W Everybody had a good time at Automotive's picnic. 4 x, f f i X .1 'Z :I tt 'J "Now, Roy, about three feet more to Cardinals win the 'Series. the left. " 7 1 OPE HCLISE 5 .J f . W uk The finer points of Electric Welding. :Q e ee r 1 u Q .nv Q .. S f' I In the Chemistry Labg always a good show. That computer said, "Al1 the way, with L. B. I. !" 72 Which one of you birds forgot to dig the hole!" FLAG RAISING A D THE YEARBOOK Our Mountaineer rounded-up students and staff, to get their "beauty struck", until ---- 73 ---- never underestimate a woman! CHRISTMAS AT TECH ge-'1 ,L QQ 'X Cards from everyone, . . . . . and a small, but pretty tree. The Nurses gave a Christmas party and the Secretarial School staged a play. 74 JUST RELAXING I I 5 in I "Have you ever seen any prettier '11 'ese'?" Bri be ? Bull Session 75 ta ff TELEPHONE 5 A T t Y' C E 1 X A T t s W F I- , V 1 2 S 1 1 2 l K K 1 t t t 9 "Gotta date! " SPR1 C5 H 1 fi is 5 Mr. Helmut A. Gebhardt, President of Alliance Tool 86 Mold Co., selects A.B.T.l. graduates for employ- ment in the new Asheville plant. i Mr. Bill Mosley of Perkin-Elmer demonstrated a Gas Chromatograph to Chemical Technology students. 5. RPORAHUN Mechanical Technology Seniors visit Excello Corporation. 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