Edneyville High School - Whispering Pines Yearbook (Edneyville, NC)

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IS1 ip® mi p§ ip ||i||P p|4. ,y - i $. HHi fH isgS cipC m li . 79 . ' 2-t ? Z£ z d- Mi T Ji- J (0)£hperina 7 L mes 1968 7Ae 7!nnua ' Staff of Cjcfneyoifle J fiffi ScAoo C° cfn eyoi Ie 7. CJ. FOREWORD As the years pass by, we would like the memory of our high school years at Edneyville to become instilled in our hearts as something wonderful and vital to our lives. With this in mind, we have attempted to give glimpses of our high school years so that in turning through these pages, recalling those happy times, it may remain in our memory—1968—“The Year That Was!” 2 V WITHIN THESE PAGES . . . DEDICATION ADMINISTRATION and FACULTY CLASSES ACTIVITIES FEATURES ATHLETICS ADVERTISEMENTS 3 DEDICATION He has only the desire to see the most accomplished by each individual that is possible, to help each student make the most of himself. He seems to always have time to listen to our problems and to lead us in ways of integrity and nobility of character. By his unselfish dedication to building school spirit and moulding lives of others in his understanding way, he has gained our love and respect. Although there is no way we could ever repay him for his many wonderful deeds, we want him to know how very much we really appreciate his many acts of kindness, and how wonderful we think he is! MR. FRENCH (POP) ROGERS 4 ADMINISTRATION and FACULTY 5 MRS. ALICE D. ANDERSON B.S. Math and English; Georgia Teachers’ College, Statesboro, Georgia. MRS. ANNIE BURLEY West Virginia Institute of Technolo¬ gy, A.B.; Columbia University, Post Graduate. MR. JOHN BURROUGHS University of Georgia, B. S. MISS ELIZABETH CODY University of North Carolina at Greens¬ boro, A.B.; Bowling Green College of Commerce. 6 CLASSES 11 CLASS OFFICERS President: Gary Rhodes Vice President: Benny Corn Secretary: Sandra Lyda Treasurer: Brenda Hathcock Reporter: Diane Laughter A SALUTE TO SENIORS ’68 With the coming of May, 1968, a group of young people will leave EHS to go their separate ways. Since entering the freshman class four years ago, the graduates of ’68 have experienced many new and exciting high school adventures. As freshmen and sophomores the class worked together in sports and other activities, striving to win the respect of the idolized upperclassmen. As juniors, they made history at EHS when they revived the old custom of presenting a class play. After solving innumerable problems, they produced a successful three-act comedy entitled, “Butter on the Bacon.” Early in the spring everyone was thrilled at the sight of his new class ring! “Some Enchanted Evening” was the theme for the Junior-Senior prom, a memorable event for all. At last, upon returning to EHS after summer vacation, they were seniors! This last year has sped by. Sen¬ iors have worked diligently to sell magazines for their trip to Washington. Graduation is virtually upon them. When it is over, they will have come to a parting of the way. The gay, carefree years will be gone. They will be faced with new and bigger responsibilities. But the challenge these new experiences will bring will make the parting less melancholy. SHELIA MAE ANDREWS “The endearing elegance of fe¬ male friendship.” LINDA MARIE BARNWELL “The books I read and the life I lead are sensible, sane, and mild.” 12 JAMES DOUGLAS BRADFORD “I was gratified to be able to answer promptly and I did, I said I don’t know.” SANDRA DEAVON BURGESS “If she will, she will; and she usually can.” CAROLYN JOANN COOK “The silent bear no witness a- gainst themselves.” BENJAMIN BRUCE CORN “What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness?” 13 DORIS JEAN NIX CORN “Kissing don’t last; cookery do!” SANDRA KAY CORN “Like our shadows, Our wishes lengthen as the sun declines.” HARRIET IRENE CORN “Meet her, know her, you’ll nevei forget her.” JANICE LORRAINE COSTON “Letter writing: that most de¬ lightful way of wasting time.” ■■■■■ ARNOLD DEWITT COX “No man is happy who does not think himself so.” ROBERT CECIL COX “Anything but history, for his¬ tory must be false.” 14 MARGARET HELEN DALTON “All that we see or seem, Is but a dream within a dream.” SHIRLEY KAY DODSON “Beauty and Truth, tho’ never found are worthy to be sought.” GAIL LEE FLOYD “Friendliness is the secret of happiness.” CLIFFORD JERRY FREEMAN “The more I see of the repre¬ sentatives of the people, the more I admire my dogs.” VENDETTA SHARON EDNEY “She that was ever fair and never proud, Had tongue at will and yet was never loud.” DONALD WAYNE EPPERSON “To most people nothing is more troublesome than the eftort ot thinking.” 15 VELMA LORRAINE FREEMAN “Love is like measles; we all have to go through it.” GEORGE KENNEDY FULLERTON “Repentance is not so much remorse for what we have done as the fear of consequences.” LINDA KATHLEEN FREEMAN “Patience is the best remedy for every trouble.” REX BEGONIA FREEMAN, JR. “Little strokes fell great oaks.” LA1LCARROLL GARREN “Happiness is cheaper than worry.” WILLIAM THOMAS GERRARD “No matter where this body is, the mind is free to go elsewhere.” 16 RANDALL EDGAR GRIFFIN “It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settle a question without debating it.” BRENDA IRENE HATHCOCK “We walk by faith, not by sight.” BRENDA GAYLE HILL “Let thy speech be better than silence, or be silent.” MARTHA ANN HI LL “If there were more like her, the stock of halos would run out.” CAROLYN FRANCES HOOTS “I say the world is lovely, And that loveliness is enough.” CHARLES MICHAEL HOOTS “Too nice for a statesman, too proud for a wit.” 17 EARL JUDSON HONEYCUTT “As happy a man as any in the world, for the whole world seems to smile upon me.” KENNETH GREGORY HUDGINS “The most useless day of all is that in which we have not laughed.” BRENDA DIANE JONES “The only golden thing that women dislike is silence.” ALAN CHARLES JUSTUS “Fire is the test of gold, adver¬ sity of strong men.” 18 CHARLOTTE ANN LAUGHTER “People who make no noise are dangerous.” $ DIANE OPHELIA LAUGHTER “1 must laugh and talk or life will be empty.” ELMIRA SHIRLEY ANN LEDBETTER “It is easier not to speak at all than to speak more than we should.” TERESA ANN LEWIS “Woman will be the last thing civilized by man.” 19 SANDRA KAY LYDA “She moves like a goddess; and she looks like a queen.” GLORIA JEAN MAXWELL “Attractive and friendly—what more could you wish?” ROY OSCAR McCRAIN “He who loves and runs away may live to love another day.” PEGGY MARIE McCRARY “A jest breaks no bones.” STANLEY DELANO McCRAW “Everyone is a genius at least once a year.” CYNTHIA LOUISE MERRELL “Never change when love has found its home.” 20 VERA ANN MERRILL “Climb high, Climb far, Your goal the sky, Your aim the star.” PATRICIA ANN MOON “Few things are impossible to diligence and skill.” JACKEY CLAY MORGAN “Give me again my hollow tree, a crust of bread, and liberty!” LARRY KENNETH NEAL “The short period of life is long enough for living well and honor¬ ably.” MARY ELIZABETH NEAL “A good heart’s worth gold.” MICHAEL ALFRED NIX “His face was filled with broken commandments.” 21 MYRON PAUL OWENBY “Suffer fools gladly-they may be right.” BRENDA GALE PAGE “Be not simply good; be good for something.” CARL DIXON RHODES “New Year’s Day is every man’s birthday.” GARY CLYDE RHODES “A mind equal to any undertak¬ ing that he puts it alongside of.” 22 LARRY BRIAN RHODES “We are both great men, but 1 have succeeded better in keeping it a profound secret than he has.” JAMES ANDREW ROGERS “I s wicked—I is. I’s mighty wicked, anyhow. I can’t help it.” JUDY MARIE ROGERS “The highest of distinctions is service to others.” GLORIA FRANCES ELAINE SHEHAN “We are never so happy nor so unhappy as we imagine.” RAYMOND FLOYD SHEHAN “Life is not so short but that there is always time for courtesy.” JESSE THURMAN STARLING, JR. “Ah, love, let us be true to one another.” 23 DAVID EUGENE STEPP “A toast to the five secrets of happiness: money, money, money, money, money!” GAIL MAXINE STEPP “Think within thyself.” EARL PHILLIP SWAYNGIM “When in doubt, win the trick!” CAROL ANN THOMAS “Possess your soul with patience.’ SANDRA RENE WARD “Never say more than is neces¬ sary.” GALE CAROLYN WILLIAMS “Sweet and full of fun.” 24 CLASS OFFICERS President - Edwin Nix Vice President — David Keller Secretary - Elaine Helms Treasruer - Chat Jones JUNIORS — Preparing for the final hour Peggy Barnwell Debbie Daniels Pam Case Paul Dermid Kathryn Dalton Mike Dunn Dianne Freeman William Gordon Wanda Gilbert Elizabeth Gray Walter Glaspy Leon Gunter Betty Haynes Don Henderson Peggy Haynes Bill Hill Elaine Helms Kenny Hill Leon Hoots Mary Justice Steve Huntley David Keller Chat Jones Kerry Lampros 25 Marcia Lancaster Sara Lancaster Larry Laughter Loretta Parris Grover Payne Marvin Peterson Shirley Laughter Brenda Lawter Bill Lindsey Al Pryor Noland Ramsey Teresa Reid Donnie Lyda Pat Lyda Ann McCraw Joyce Rhodes Hoyle Rogers Olivia Rogers Carol McCraw Martha McMinn Ricky McMinn Barbara Ruff Margaret Ruff Sidney Ruff Dianne Melton Shirley Merrell David Neal Kay Stepp Judy Stepp Billy Thomas Jerry Neal Joe Neal Edwin Nix 26 Billy Thompson Gary Thompson Polly Thompson David Pace Dean Parks Eunice Parris Shirley Whitlock Judy Worthy Larry Young rs SOPHOMORES— Into the swing of things CLASS OFFICERS President — Douglas Jones Vice President - Karen Williams Secretary - Dixie Banning Treasurer — Naomi Pryor Calvin Avery Dixie Banning June Barnwell Frank Bradley Brenda Brown Gail Burgess Carolyn Cole Pat Conner Perry Corn Foy Corn Harry Corn Steve Corn David Coston Ellen Craig Ernestine Davis Kenneth Creson Lenny Freeman Gene Dalton Denise Greene Joy Griffin Claude Hathcock Brenda Henderson Peggy Hill Wanda Hill Harold Holbert 27 Ronnie Huntley Elaine Johnson Ann Justice Gayle Lawter Judy Lyda Ted Melton Caila Owenby Roy Huntley Doug Jones Gerald Justice Ron Ledbetter Rickie Lyda Leon Jackson Steve Jones Larry King Donna Lyda Terry Lyda Debbie MontgomeryRicky Nix Carolyn Owenby George Owenby Wayne Owenby Jimmy Page Naomi Pryor Don Staton Ronnie Stepp Refty Taylor Betty Jean Ward Janice Owens Barbara Pace Jeff Parks Joan Pryor Ron Rhodes Russell Seymour Charlotte Steadman Dorothy Steadman Terry Stepp Doris Taylor Clarence Thompson Robert Tuttle Janet Williams Karen Williams 28 CLASS OFFICERS Debbie Rogers — President Victor Pryor - Vice President Joy Rogers - Secretary-Treasurer Teresa Tuttle - Reporter FRESHMEN— Embarking upon new adventures Susan Andrews Kathy Avery Mary Ann Cantrell Michael Case Don Barnwell Anna Collins Herman Connor, Jr. Kathy Connor Charles Corn Pat Corn Tony Corn Frank L. Cox Mary Jane Cox Shirley Dalton Danny Dalton Michael Denton Jimmy Dalton Eddie Duncan Morris Edney Shelia Foster Patricia Edney Lott Freeman Wayne Flynn Patty Freeman 29 Connie Garrett Joe Heatherly Earlene Hyder Tim Jones Ronnie Garrett Brenda Gilbert Michael Hill Alvin Honeycutt Mary Jo Ingram Brenda Gail Jones Wanda Jones Van Geouge Diane Griffin Rhonda Holbert Tericia Huntley Linda Jackson Gary Jones Alice Justus fc w Charles Justus Marvin Lancaster Wanda Laughter Patricia Lewis Nancy Sharon Lyda Jerry Maxwell Dennis McMinn LaRue Justus Bob Laughter David Levi Janell Lyda James Martin Johnny McCraw Michael McMinn Clyde Keller Gene Laughter Maynard Lyda Shirley McKinney Grady Merrell 30 Margaret Merrell Monroe Millwood Lois Morgan Ruby Rogers Ronnie Ruff Cynthia Seymour Cathy Neal Harvey Neal Linda Nix Joel Sh epherd Bill Sinclair Bill Norton David Odom Sara Stepp Jeannie Tester Linda Thomas David Orr Tom Pace Arthur Parris Nancy Thomas Teresa Tuttle Joseph Payne Mary Ann Pryor Dale Warren Jack Webb Edward Weber Victor Pryor Charles Qualls George Reed Mitch Whitt Freda Williams Stan Rhodes Debbie Rogers Joy Rogers Barbara Worthy Jane Wyatt Wanda Youneblnnri 31 David Ray Grady Darrell Rodney Michael Honeycutt Bishop Drake Edwards Griffin Hill Alvin James Wanua James Mike Jones Jones McMahan Neal Ruff Magazine Sales are big success Mr. Ward, from the Curtis Magazine Company, promoted the Edneyville sales campaign and encouraged the Junior High and High School to reach their goal of $5,000. They did, and soared upward to a final sales total of $5,918. Mr. Whitmire and Janice Coston are shown here with some of the prizes for top sellers. Thomas Mrs. Linda Miss Opal Pryor Sinclair Thompson Mrs. Lila Allen Mrs. Doris Glass Mrs. Inez Ballard Mrs. Amelia Duncan Mrs. Evelyn Harthcock Mrs. Annie Nesbitt Mrs. Evelyn Barnwell Mrs. Edith Fowler Mrs. Ellen Heydock Miss Aletta Plank Richard Barnwell James Gillespie Mrs. Myrtle Jaegars Mrs. Jean Pryor Mrs. Mabel Brackett Mrs. Agnes Freeman Mrs. Leola Marlowe Mrs. Myrtle Pryor Mrs. Joyce Driggers Eddie Montgomery ELEMENTARY FACULTY ROW 1: Sharon Anderson, Wade Andrews, Tillie Baldwin, Renda Beddingfield, Gayle Booth, Mardi Bradford, Steve Burgess, Wayne Burley, Theresca Cagle. ROW 2: Mary Cantrell, Calvin Cole, Shirley Cole, Tommy Corn, Wayne Cox, Rita Dalton, Roy Dalton, Mike Engle, Rhonda Freeman, Jean Gray. ROW 3: Cathy Greer, Ronald Griffin, Bobby Haines, LuVerne Haydock, David Henderson, Judy Henderson, Eugene Hyder, Donnie Jones, Richard Jones, Brenda Justice. ROW 4: Bruce Justice, Jackie Justice, Janet Justus, Bobby King, Donald Lancaster, Gregory Lancaster, Janet D. Laughter, Janet Kay Laughter, Pauline Laughter, Larry Lawter. ROW 5: Debra Lyda, Eddie Lyda, Sharon Lyda, James Mathis, Linda Melton, Lillian Mills, Douglas Moon, Chuck Nix, Jerry Orr, Jo Ann Owenby. ROW 6: Billy Owens, Nancy Parris, Janice Pryor, Marilyn Pryor, Lorna Ramsey, Arthur Rhodes, Jay Rogers, Sally Ruff, Brenda Russell, Rhonda Stepp. ROW 7: Theodore Stevens, Marvin Strickland, Dianne Teasner, Jennifer Thompson, Anita Ward, Bo Waters, Margie Whitlock, Connie Williams, Beverly Wilson, Karen Youngblood. ROW 8: Jacqueline Andrews, James Avery, Carl Baldwin, Lloyd Barnwell, Susan Boyette, Anthony Brown, Sheila Cannon, Weldon Cantrell, Max Capps. ROW 9: Danny Case, Clarence Cochran, Robert Cole, Joseph Conner, Linda Constant, Cecil Corn, Larry Corn, Michael Corn, Alton Cox, Teresa Creson. ELEMENTARY STUDENTS 34 ROW 1: Brenda Dalton, Doris Davis, Ricky Farmer, Dottie Freeman, Mitch Freeman, Spurgeon Freeman, Ken Garren, Lynn Garren, Evelyn Gilbert, Ronnie Gilbert. ROW 2: Bobby Graham, Jr., Charlene Harnett, Deborah Harrell, Fred Hathcock, Ricky Hoots, David Hudson, Sammy Huntley, Jerry Hyder, Tony Jackson, Anice Jones. ROW 3: Danny Jones, Karen Justus, Suzzanne Kerr, Marvin King, Sandra Lampros, Danny Lawter, Brenda Logan, Donnie Lyda, Gale Lyda, Kevin Lyda. ROW 4: Richard Lyda, Russell Lyda, Mary Marlowe, Janice Martin, Elbert McCall, Frieda McCrary, Barbara Jean McCraw, Billy McCraw, Shirley Mc- Craw, Larry McMinn. ROW 5: Debbie Merrell, Rita Merrell, Joni Miller, Billy Murray, Donita Murray, Bill Neal, Carolyn Neal, Marie Neal, Susan Neal, Steve Nix. ROW 6: Roy Owenby, Barbara Owens, James Owens, Karen Owensby, Johnny Pittillo, Mike Pittillo, Reed Pittillo, Jack Prim, Harold Pryor, Sharon Pryor. ROW 7: Vickie Pryor, Timothy Reed, Allen Rogers, Dianne Rogers, Pat Rogers, Roberta Ruff, Robert Russell, McAlynn Sinclair, Ronnie Staton, Havis Stepp. ROW 8: Danny Tabor, Jimmy Taylor, Ricky Taylor, David Thomas, Michael Thomas, Steve Tripp, Anthony Tuttle, Nancy Tuttle, Teresa Ward, Darrell Warren. ROW 9: Kenneth Warren, Billy Williams, Debbie Williams, William Williams, Shirley Young, Sandra Youngblood, Donna Bridges, Elizabeth Brown, Charlie Cannon. 35 ROW 1: Sylvia Cantrell, Annette Cochran, Furlon Corn, Janice Corn, Clyde Dalton, Jimmy Dowsett, Tresea Drake, Marvin Engle, Cheryl Freeman, Eddie Gilbert. ROW 2: Nancy Gilliland, Debra Harrill, Delores Heatherly, Linda Hudson, Delihah Jackson, Danny Jones, Denise Justice, Ricky Kidd, Frankie Ledbetter, Marilyn Melton. ROW 3: Wanda Moon, Barbara Nelson, John Odom, Robert Pryor, Donald Staton, Nancy Stepp, Bobby Taylor, Pat Taylor, Jimmy Tester, Valerie Vaughn. ROW 4: Franklin Waters, Margaret Williams, Randy Case, Pamela Corn, David Crowder, Dwight Dalton, Jimmy Freeman, Sylvia Gilbert, Ronald Gray. ROW 5: Gary Griffin, Barbara Harrill, William Ingram, Lance Justus, Cathy Parks, Pamela Prim, Loretta Pryor, Roxanne Ruff, Ray Baldwin. ROW 6: Wanda Barnwell, Coy Cantrell, Dennis Corn, Jackie Corn, Alan Driskell, Cindy Durham, Michael Fain, Nancy Garren, Alice Gordon, Joy Gravley. ROW 7: Judy Harrell, Jerry Huntley, James Inglett, Deborah Jackson, David Jones, Peggy Justice, Duane Lyda, Sheila Mathis, Charlie McMahan, Marilyn Mills. ROW 8: Denise Owenby, Kenny Petty, Fred Rhodes, Pam Seymour, Kenneth Taylor, Randy Thomas, Marilyn Thompson, Philip Warren, Donna Weaver, Charles Weber. ROW 9: Ray Welborn, Kay Wilson, Joanne Wyatt, Karl Anderson, Dale Duncan, Terry Graham, Joy Harrell, Lisa Keller, Sharon Nix. 36 Mrs. Glass 5 th Grade Mr. Montgo¬ mery’s 5th Grade Not Pictured Mrs. Brack¬ ett’s 4th Grade ROW 1: Vicki Nix, Jerry Pryor, Stacy Rhodes, Phillip Staton, Betty Baldwin, Selina Barnwell, Edward Buckner, Bill Cole, Vickey Corn. ROW 2: Sally Dowsett, Diane Fain, Janice Freeman, Lonnie Freeman, Ricky Green, Mary Heatherly, Janet Jones, Lynn Lackey, Ellen Laughter, Teddy Lindsay. ROW 3: Bruce Mathis, Catherine McCall, Ricky McCraw, Kim Montgomery, Michael Newman, Tava Orr, Javeen Petty, Kevin Rhodes, Mary Roseman, Teresa Sargent. ROW 4: Michael Spicer, Steve Starling, Linda Tuttle, Deborah Weber, Tina Anderson, Jennifer Blackwell, Sheree Brevard, Trent Brown, Phillip Chestian. ROW 5: Aldan Conner, Linda Cox, Moris Craig, Barbara Dalton, Jeffrey Flynn. Cvnthiaj reeman, Freddy Johnson, Gail Jones, Wayne Jones, Sheri King. ROW 6: Debbie Laughter, Larry Laughter, Janice Ledbetter, Glenn Lucas, Gail McAbee, Tony McMinn, Dianne Merrell, Bryan Nanney, Anita Owenby, Deborah Qualls. ROW 7: Darius Rodgers, Phyllis Ruff, Janet Shepherd, Nancey Vaghn, C. R. Barnwell, Allen Booth, Jimmy Bridges, Jimmy Burns, Rocky Cagle. ROW 8: Chris Cannon, Vickie Cannon, Joyce Cochran, Regan Constant, Rodney Dill, Irene Duncan, Deborah Fredell, Frankie Freeman, David Gilbert, Tamra Griffin. ROW 9: Steve Greene, Larry Hill, Chuck Houston, Steve Laughter, Jeffrey Lyda, Patricia Martin, Debra McMinn, Mason Millwood, Linda Owenby, Richard Owensby. 37 ROW 1: Lynne Pittillo, Monte Price, Rebecca Stevens, Regina Suttles, Lauren Tester, Eric Tucker, Michael Wall, Retha Waters, Billy Weber. ROW 2: Frances Baldwin, Kenneth Barnwell, Bobby Brevard, Harold Cagle, Beverly Dalton, Gary Devore, Peggy Duncan, Beth Ellis, Gary Farmer, Sabra Frye. ROW 3: John Fyfe, Michael Glaspy, Gene Haynes, Darlene Honeycutt, Douglas Huntley, Patsy Laughter, Wanda Levi, Bert Lyda, Tim McMinn, Kay Newman. ROW 4: Sherry Owensby, Ricky Porter, Debbie Pryor, Roger Rhodes, Becky Rogers, Walden Ruff, Rebecca Tabor, fcathy W aldrup, Alan Ward, Theresa Williams. ROW 5: Roy Avery, Robert Ball, Ro Ann Bishop, Russell Burgess, Rosa Cantrell, Jerry Coffins, Patricia Com, Gregory Dill, Pam Green. ROW 6: Hugh Hill, Eugene Jones, Carmen Lavender, Albert Ledbetter, Gregory McCraw, Don Merrell, Sue Moon, Yolinday Murray, Michael Nix, Ronald Putnam. ROW 7: Jeffrey Sinclair, Nancy Taylor, Rocky Taylor, Toni Wall, Julie Ward, Jessey Baldwin, Gary Booth, Roberta Brown, Wayne Cagle. ROW 8: Davey Dalton, Robert Garren, Ronnie Garren, Denise Glaspy, Michael Jackson, Steve Johnson, Kay Justus, Steven King, Ralph McMurray, Lisa Montgomery. ROW 9: Renae Moss, Greg Nix, Verna Orr, Cathy Owens, Joel Parris, Bruce Pittillo, Jack Sinclair, Joe Taylor, Linda Thompson, Derrell Vaughn. 38 ROW 1: Roger Barnwell, Leca Bradley, Shirley Cantrell, Steve Cantrell, Frank Conner, Anthony Enloe, Elaine Flynn, Mark Geouge, Lynn Harrill. ROW 2: Dean Jackson, Scotty Justus, Frederic Mathis, Tonya McMinn, Anthony Morrow, Helen Neal, Richard Neal, Richard Ownbey, Nellie Prince, Jerry Rogers. ROW 3: Alan Stepp, Julie Thomas, Larry 1 ompson, Rodney Worley, Donna Barnwell, Kim Burgess, Cynthia Corn, Kieth Creson, Kim Durham. ROW 4: Billy Ellis, Pam Flynn, Dianne Haynes, Billy Hunt- ley, Stan Huntley, Kim Justus, Terry Lacky, Teresa Lamb, Gail Laughter, Larry Laughter. ROW 5: Donnie Lewis, Cynthia Jean McCurry, Jo Ann Owenby, Alice Porter, Debbie Prince, Wanda Pryor, Beverly Ridings, Randy Seymour, Sheron Stepp, Pam Tuck¬ er. ROW 6: Gary Ward, Brenda Allison, Eric Blackwell, Robert Cannon, Lola Drake, Sherri Garren, Danny Gilbert, Deborah Hill, Jamie Hill. ROW 7: Patricia Holbert, Marvin Hyder, Glenda Jones, Marion Johnson, Gary Lancaster, Jane Lancaster, Kathy Laughter, Thomas Lawter, Karla Matthews, Darlene McMinn. ROW 8: Graham McMurray, Cynthia Newman, Becky Pace, William Rhodes, Marvin Sargent, Deborah Spicer, Virginia Strickland, Timothy Tabor, Janice Warren, Wilma Watts. ROW 9: Karen Ball, Anthony Brigman, Diane Corn, Teresa Edmonds, Bobby Garrett, Linda Gentry, Lanette Graham, Barbara Hoots, Dale Hudson. 39 ROW 1: Thomas Jones, Gary Lancaster, Billy Sue Laughter, Vicki Levi, Teresa McCall, Danny McCraw, Bernice Mills, Martha Millwood, Judy Pryor, Kay Rhodes. ROW 2: Clifton Ruff, Gail Staton, Helen Swaney, Roger Taylor, Teresa Taylor, Diane Worthy, Mark Fisher, Jeffrey Freeman, Wilma Gilbert. ROW 3: Suzanne Holbert, Bruce Jones, Stanley Jones, Angelia King, Shirley King, Wayne Neal, Kathy Pearson, Thomas Prince, Penny Rogers, Gary Ruff. ROW 4: Roland Sherman, Robin Swayngim, John Thomas, Cathy Welborn, Angela Wilson, Linda Anderson, Diane Ball, Tommy Cochran, Jim Cox. ROW 5: Don Freeman, Jessica Frye, Kenny Harrill, Sheila Huntley, Bobby Jones, Dennis Jones, Sandra Justice, James Kerr, Larry Ledbetter, Francis Merrell. ROW 6: Danny Nanney, Myra Orr, Jimmy Pace, Nina Prince, Ricky Pryor, Iona Reed, Shirley Ruff, Chris Seymour, Pam Waters, Donna Williams. ROW 7: Darrell Barnwell, Kathy Corn, Jan Duncan, Donna Fredell, Rita Freeman, Jackie Gebe, Melvin Honeycutt, Fredrick Hoots, Robert Jones. ROW 8: Deborah Justice, Patricia Jo Laughter, Ricky McMahan, Jackie McMurray, Rita Merrell, Gregory Messer, Kim Powers, Ellen Prim, Sidney Riddle, Ann Ruff. ROW 9: Stanley Sherman, Cathy Suttles, Welch Tester, Jr., Sherry Waters, Marvin Williams, Carol Ann Youngblood, Timmie Baldwin, Donna Buckner, Eddie Cantrell. 40 Elementary students develop their abilities to learn through . . . Classwork . . . and library usage. ROW 1: Ray Cantrell, Arthur Corn, Phyllis Corn, Sandra Dalton, Jerry Fisher, Jay Freeman, Ricky Glaspy, Martha Hyder. ROW 2: Deborah Jones, Judy Jones, Timothy Justus, Gary Laughter, Deborah Neal, Rodney Petty, Gwendolyn Rogers, Felecia Taylor, Mike Thrift, Mellissa Wilson. 41 MASONRY I LEFT TO RIGHT, KNEELING: Gary Thompson, Terry Gilliland, Rex Freeman, Bobby Laughter. STANDING: Mr. Harold McKin- nish, Leon Gunter, David Neal, Sidney Ruff, Billy Thomas , Larry Laughter, Joe Neal, Jimmy Wyatt. MASONRY II LEFT TO RIGHT, KNEELING: Tommy Gerrard, Jerry Freeman, Benny Com, Floyd Shehan. STANDING: Mr. Harold McKinnish, Arnold Cox, Carl Rhodes, Don Epperson, Jackey Morgan. 42 ACTIVITIES 43 STUDENT COUNCIL LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW: Gloria Maxwell, Treasurer; Peggy Haynes, Secretary; Don Henderson, Vice-President; Shirley Dod¬ son, President; Mrs. Martha Foster, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Wayne Burley, Linda Jackson, Teresa Lewis, Pat Moon, Patty Freeman, Janice Coston, Debbie Rogers, Loretta Parris, Anice Jones, Russell Lyda. THIRD ROW: Ronnie Rhodes, David Keller, Alan Justus! Edwin Nix, Calvin Cole, Steve Jones, Danny Booth, Kenny Hill, Manson Lancaster, Billy McCraw. A Student Council project, the selling of pom-poms, helped to promote school spirit. The Student Council is the official organization of student government, whose members are elected by the student body. The aims of our Student Council are to encourage good citizenship, to develop initiative and leadership, to create a feeling of good sportsmanship and school spirit, and to aid in the coordination of stu¬ dent affairs. Some of this year’s activities have been the selection of several “Citizens of the Months,” the spon¬ soring of Homecoming activities, the promotion of school spirit through the selling of pom-poms, the deco¬ rating of classroom doors at Christmas, and the plan¬ ning and carrying out of assembly programs. 44 The Edneyville High Beta Club is a leadership-- achievement—service organization whose purpose it is to promote these characteristics throughout the entire student body and to recognize the scholastically—talen¬ ted students. For the first time this year, the club sponsored a Faculty Tea in appreciation of all adminis¬ tration personnel. Small money-making projects were initiated to finance our charitable act and a scholarship to a senior at graduation. Other projects were the an¬ nual Tapping Ceremonies for new members, the Talent Show, and the Senior Tea. The Faculty Tea sponsored by the Beta Club was held in the Home Economics room. LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW: Mrs. Annie Burley, Sponsor; Sandra Burgess, Reporter; Janice Coston, Secretary-Treasurer; Ronnie Parker, Vice-President; Pat Moon, President. SECOND ROW: Teresa Lewis, Shirley Dodson, Diane Laughter, Gloria Maxwell, Linda Barnwell, Brenda Page, Judy Rogers, Brenda Hathcock, Pam Boyette, Shirley Ledbetter, Carol Thomas. THIRD ROW: Joyce Rhodes, Teresa Reid, Katherine Dalton, Elaine Helms, Shirley Merrell, Margaret Ruff, Kay Stepp, Peggy Haynes, Carol McCraw, Olivia Rogers, Shirley Laughter, Loretta Parris, Pam Case. FOURTH ROW: David Keller, Steve Huntley, Danny Booth, Edwin Nix, David Stepp, Mike Hoots, Don Henderson, Kenny Hill, Alan Justus. BETA CLUB 45 FRONT TO BACK: ON LEFT: Manson Lancaster, Don Henderson, A1 Pryor, Edwin Nix, David Keller, Douglas Jones, Steve Huntley, Gary Rhodes, Carl Rhodes. ON RIGHT: Alan Justus, President; Larry Rhodes, Vice-President; Kenny Hill, Secretary; Mike Hoots, Treasurer; Danny Booth, Lieutenant Governor, Carolinas District Division 1, West; Ronnie Parker, Leon Hoots, Claude Hathcock, Steve Jones. The smiling Key Club boys greet you at the concession stand during a ballgame. OBJECTS OF THE KEY CLUB To develop initiative and leadership. To provide experience in living and working together. To serve the school and community. To cooperate with die school principal. To prepare for useful citizenship. To accept and promote the following ideals: To give primacy to the human and spiritual, rather than to the ma¬ terial values of life. To encourage die daily living of the Golden Rule in all human rela¬ tionships. To promote the adoption and application of higher standards in scholarship, sportsmanship, and social contacts. To develop by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive, and serviceable citizenship. To provide a practi cal means to form enduring friendships, to render unselfish service, and to build better communities. To cooperate in creating and maintaining that sound public opinion and high idealism which makes possible die increase of righteous¬ ness, justice, patriotism, and good will. 46 EDNEYVILLE HIGH BLUENOTES The Bluenotes of Edneyville acquired their name this year but have been an asset to the school for many years. Under the direction of Mrs. Annie Burley, the Bluenotes have performed at assemblies, P.T.A. meet¬ ings, and the new Edneyville Post Office dedication. This year they were honored by performing at the county-wide P.T.A. meeting at the Holiday Inn. Their purpose is to create an appreciation for all types of music for each member and all listeners. At pep rallies, our chorus roused our school spirit by peppy songs and gay spirits. LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW: Sandra Lyda, Shirley Dodson, Shirley Ledbetter, Frances Shehan, Charlotte Steadman, Leon Hoots, Manson Lancaster, Steve Jones, David Keller, Dorothy Steadman, Debbie Daniels, Joy Griffin, Janet Williams, Shirley Merrell, Kay Stepp. SECOND ROW: Peggy Haynes, Sandra Ward, Ann Justice, Wanda Hill, Donna Lyda, Kenny Hill, Don Henderson, David Pace, Gary Rhodes, Noland Ramsey, Teresa Lewis, Doris Taylor, Sandra Burgess, Gloria Maxwell, Janice Coston. CHORUS 47 BAND LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW: Pat Conner, Pat Lewis, Elaine Johnson, Marcia Lancaster, Captain; Donna Lyda, Wanda Laughter, Lois Morgan. SECOND ROW: Mr. James Gillespie, Director; Rhonda Freeman, Linda Jackson, Conn ie Garrett, Gayle Booth, Calvin Cole, Ronnie Garrett, Wayne Burley, Shirley Cole, Lorna Ramsey, Ronald Griffin. THIRD ROW: Clyde Keller, David Keller, Leon Hoots, Jerry Neal, Billy Sinclair, Jud Honeycutt, Sammy Huntley, Kenny Hill, Carolyn Cole, Carla Owenby. Mr. Minor Wilson—Scoutmaster (not pictured), Rick McMinn, Terry Gilliland, Greg Lancaster, Leon Hoots, David Keller, Larry Laughter, Marvin Peterson, Noland Ramsey, Don Barnwell, Kenneth Hudgins, Joel Shepherd, David Henderson, Don Henderson, David Pace, Mike Wilson, Larry King, Jimmy Page, Harry Corn, Wayne Cox, Eddie Lyda, Kenny Cox, Lewis Waters, Danny Tabor, Joseph Payne, Frankie Waters, Marvin Engle, Mike Engle, Gene King, Bobby King, Kim Montgomery, Bobby Haynes, Bruce Justus, Danny Jones, Ronald Griffin, Gene Dalton, James Inglett, Rocky Cagle, Duane Lyda, Alden Conner, Tony Jackson, Tim Reed, Ricky Taylor, Jimmy Freeman, Bill Neal, Donnie Lyda, Alan Driskell, Mason Millwood Chris Cannon, Lott Freeman, Billy Murray, Jerry Hyder, To¬ ny Brown, Trent Brown, Mike Case, Ronald Gray, James Dowsett,Kenny Taylor, Dwight Dalton, Danny Case, Mike Fain, Ken Garren, Ricky Farmer, Gary Griffin, Steve Corn, Steve Tripp, Wayne Thompson, David Thomas, Mike Pittillo, Cecil Corn, Ronnie Gilbert, James Jones, Randy Thomas, Phillip Chastain, Terry Pack, Tony McMinn, Ronnie Ruff, Alvin Jones, Harold Holbert, Eddie Gilbert, David Hudson, Kerry Lampros, Donnie Lyda, Perry Corn, Bobby Cox, Larry McMinn, Monroe Millwood, Doug Moon, Clyde Keller, Alton Cox, Ronnie Garrett, Michael Corn, Billy Williams, Mickie Cox, Dennis McMinn, Charlie Cannon, Allen Rogers, James Martin, Wayne Burley, Junior Freeman, Ronald Ledbetter, Tony Corn, Charles Corn, Jackie Corn. 48 LEFT TO RIGHT: SEATED, FRONT ROW: San¬ dra Burgess, Secretary; Velma Freeman, President; Gloria Maxwell, Vice-President; Sandra Lyda, Coun¬ ty Recreation Leader. SEATED AROUND TABLE: Diane Griffin, Shirley McKinney, Patty Freeman, Bonnie Parker, Nancy Thomas, Joy Rogers, Linda Thomas, Wanda Laughter, Gail Burgess, Elaine Johnson, Pat Lewis, Rhonda Holbert. STANDING, FIRST ROW: Connie Garrett,Dorothy Steadman, Charlotte Steadman, Lois Morgan, Linda Nix, Cindy Seymour, Linda Jackson, Susan Andrews, Jane Wyatt. SECOND ROW STANDING: Miss Frances Messer, Sponsor; Barbara Worthy, Wanda Hill, Mar¬ ty Hill, Elaine Helms, Brenda Henderson, Mary Pry¬ or, Jo Ingram, Margaret Merrell, Debbie Rogers. THIRD ROW, STANDING: Earleen Hyder, Terecia Huntley, Joyce Rhodes, Shelia Andrews, Vendetta Edney, Betty Ward, Frances Shehan, Mary Laugh¬ ter, Patty Edney, Alice Justice. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA LEFT TO RIGHT: IN FRONT: George Reed, Terry Lyda. FIRST ROW: Mr. Gaylerd Davis, Sponsor; Maurice Edney, Donnie Lyda, Larry Laughter, Sammy Huntley, Gene Dalton, Tommy Pace. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Garrett, Junior Conner, Danny Staton, Ron¬ nie Rhodes, Lail Garren, Charles Corn, Tony Corn, Harold Holbert, Marvin Lancaster, Monroe Millwood, Mitch Whitt, Eddie Cox, Stan Rhodes, Maynard Lyda. THIRD ROW: Mickey Cox, Ken Creson, Joel Shepherd, Larry Young, Ronnie Capps, Gene Laughter, Johnny McCraw, Mike Hill, Lott Freeman, Steve Corn. FOURTH ROW: Jeff Parks, Bill Lindsey, Harry Corn, Kenny Fullerton, Bob¬ by Cox, Larry Neal, Dale Warren, Dal Baldwin, Duane Lyda, Don Barnwell, Wayne Thompson. 49 LUNCHROOM LADIES LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW: Frances Gillespie, Lunchroom Supervisor; Ruth Justice, Betty Laughter, Mildred Lyda. SECOND ROW: Pansy Steadman, Oma Lyda, Lillie Hoots, Estelle Banning, Alice Stepp, (not pictured—Mary Ellen Watts, Lula Stepp) dJde staffof u Pile Wdisperiny ' Pines ” wouddfide io express our appreciaiion io idle cusiocfians of Pdneyoiffe Jdiyd andCfementarp Scdood. fflfr. fjesse fjodnson andd ICr. PI fieri damp have wordeddidiyenidy io deep tde duiddinps of our scfioofclean We are yratefudfor tdeir foyadty an dfaiidfufn ess. 50 LIBRARY STAFF LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW- Mrs. Margaret Lawter, Librarian; Mrs. Cox, Library Aid; Ann McCraw, Dorothy Steadman, Mary Neal, Frances Shehan, Sandra Corn. SECOND ROW— Margaret Ruff, Brenda Page, Harriet Corn. NEIGHBORHOOD YOUTH CORPS LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW: Linda Barnwell, Shirley Merrell, Mary Neal, Brenda Brown, June Barnwell. SECOND ROW: Carl Rhodes, Lail Garren, Bobby Cox. 51 MONOGRAM CLUB LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW: Gale Williams, Carol McCraw,Kay Stepp, Judy Worthy, Larry Rhodes, President; Alan Justus, Vice- President; Janice Coston, Secretary; Gloria Maxwell, Treasurer; Betty Jo Haynes, Sandra Burgess, Shirley Dodson, Velma Freeman, Coach Harris Pryor, Advisor. SECOND ROW; Harriet Corn, Teresa Lewis, Sandra Lyda, Karen Williams, Naomi Pryor, Rickie Lyda, Judy Lyda, Peggy Haynes, Pam Case, Debbie Daniels, Diane Jones, Reporter; Pat Moon. THIRD ROW: Marvin Peterson, Mike Nix, Chat Jones, David Keller, Bobby Cox, David Pace, Foy Corn, Robert Tuttle, Gerald Justice, Ricky Nix, Gary Rhodes, William Gordon. FOURTH ROW: Billy Thompson, Mike Hoots, Randy Griffin, Edwin Nix, David Stepp, Nicky Pryor, Kenny Fullerton, A1 Pryor, Carl Rhodes, Terry Stepp, Walter Glaspy, Kerry Lampros. FIFTH ROW: Don Epperson, Grover Payne, Manson Lancaster, Kenny Hill, Paul Dermid, Lail Garren, Frank Bradley, Noland Ramsey, Don Henderson, Jimmy Page. The Monogram Club is something new and different added to Edneyville just this year to salute the ath¬ letes of this school. The main purpose of the club is to build character and to promote fellowship among the athletes. The rigid standards of this club make entrance a coveted honor. The Monogram Club made its stand as an active part of Edneyville with its raffling of shot¬ guns, sponsoring dances, and buying sweaters for the members. The Monogram Club has a sincere hope that through the years all athletes will be honored by the continued exis tence of our club. Three members of the Monogram Club model their new sweaters. 52 ANNUAL STAFF LEFT TO RIGHT: IN FRONT: Diane Laughter, Diane Jones, Larry Rhodes, Brenda Hathcock, Editor. IN BACK: Pat Moon, Linda Freeman, Jimmy Bradford, Linda Barnwell, Pam Boyette, Danny Booth, Philip Swayngim. DEBATE TEAM LEFT TO RIGHT: Claude Hathcock, Sophomore; Diane Laughter, Senior; Danny Booth, Senior; Brenda Page, Senior; Pam Boyette, Senior; Not pictured, Ronnie Huntley, Sophomore. 53 SENIOR DIRECTORY SHELIA MAE ANDREWS Transfer 2; Annual Staff 3, 4; Basketball Manager 4; FHA 4; Merit Award in Journalism 3; Quill Staff 3;Teacher Assistant 3. LINDA MARIE BARNWELL Science Fair Red Ribbon 2; WNC Gifted Student Program Nominee 2;Neighborhood Youth Corps 2,3, 4;Marshal 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Merit Awards: Algebra I, English 1, French I, Health P.E., General Science, Clerical Assistance, English II, Teacher Assistance. DANIEL HUGHSTON BOOTH Transfer 2; Key Club 3, 4, Reporter 3, Program Chairman 4, Lieutenant Governor, Carolina’s District 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Vice-President of Homeroom 4; Baseball 3, 4; Merit Awards: Algebra II, Typing I, Geometry, English II, English III, Biology, Chemistry, World History, American His¬ tory; Selected to attend WNC Superior Gifted Student Pro¬ gram 2; Attended Governor’s School 3; Alternate District Fina¬ list, Morehead Awards 4; Annual Staff, Sports Editor, Photog¬ rapher 4; NEDT Merit Award; County Science Fair Red Ribbon 2; Debating 3, 4; Co-Chief Commencement Marshal 3. PAMELA REBECCA BOYETTE NEDT Award 1; Chorus 1, 3; Merit Awards: French I, Civics; Junior Play 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Debating Team 3, 4; National Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Annual Staff 4; Girl’s Track Team 1. JAMES DOUGLAS BRADFORD Football 1, 2, 3;Track 1, 3; FFA 1; Annual Staff 4; Junior Play 3; Governors School Nominee, Music 3. SANDRA DEAVON BURGESS Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, All Conference 2, 3, All Tournament 2, 3, All County 3, Tri-Captain 4, Most Valuable Player 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4 5 Reporter 4; Homecoming Court 1; FHA 4, Secretary- Treasurer 4; Henderson County Science Fair Blue Ribbon 2; Monogram Club 4; Girls’ Track Team 1; Chorus 4; Band 1, 2, Majorette 2, 3; Quill Staff, Sports Editor 3; Neighborhood Youth Corps 2, 3; Junior Play 3; Powderpuff Football 4; Mar¬ shal 3; Annual Staff Assistant 3; Merit Awards: French I, Alge¬ bra I, Algebra II, Teacher’s Aid 2, 3; Perfect Attendance 1, 3. CAROLYN JOANN COOK Merit Awards: Algebra I, Teacher Assistance 3, 4. BENJAMIN BRUCE CORN FFA 1, 2, President 1, Vice-President 2; Dramatics 1; Class Of¬ ficer, Vice-President 4; Senior Superlative 4; Merit Awards: Ag¬ riculture I, Bricklaying I. DORIS JEAN NIX CORN Chorus 1; Merit Award in Home Economics 2; Teacher Assist¬ ant 4. SANDRA KAY CORN Chorus 1; Girls’ Track Team 1; FHA 2, 3; Girls’ Basketball Manager 2, 3; Library Assistant 4; Quill Staff 3; Powderpuff Football 4; Teacher Assistant 4; Dramatics 1; Merit Awards: English I, General Science; Local Science Fair-Honorable Mention. HARRIET IRENE CORN Health Club 2, 3, Reporter 3; Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3; Quill Staff 3; Monogram Club 4; Library Assistant 4; Dramatics 1,3; Powderpuff Football 4 . JANICE LORRAINE COSTON Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4, All County 3, All Tourna¬ ment 3, Best Offensive Player Award 3; Girls’ Track Team 1; Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Monogram Club 4, Secretary 4; Student Council 4; Homeroom President 4; Hen¬ derson County Science Fair Winner 2, 3; Teacher’s Aid 4; Cho¬ rus 1,4; Senior Superlative 4; Junior Play 3; Merit Award in Al¬ gebra I; Class Officer, Secretary 3; Citizen of the Month 4; An¬ nual Staff Assistant 4. ARNOLD DEWITT COX Transfer 2; Merit Award in Bricklaying. ROBERT CECIL COX Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 4; Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1. MARGARET HELEN DALTON Merit Award in English II; Science Fair Red Ribbon; Teacher’s Aid 4. SHIRLEY KAY DODSON Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Presi¬ dent 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Accompanist 3, 4; Monogram Club 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 3, All County 2, All Confer¬ ence 2, 3, All Tournament 2, 3, Most Valuable Player in Tour¬ nament 3, Best All Around Trophy 3; Class Officer 2, 3; Home¬ coming Representative 2, 3, 4; May Day Representative 1, 2, 3, Maid of Honor 3; Majorette 2, 3; Delegate to Civitan Youth Conference 3; Edneyville Representative in the Hendersonville Apple Festival 4; Red Ribbon Winner in County Science Fair 2; Merit Awards: Algebra I, English II; Student Council Conven¬ tion 4; Senior Superlative 4; Track 1; Powderpuff Football 4. VENDETTA SHARON EDNEY FHA 4; Quill Staff 3; Merit Award in Home Economics; May Court 2; Teacher’s Aid 4. DONALD WAYNE EPPERSON Transfer 3; Baseball 3, 4; FFA 3. GAIL LEE FLOYD Merit Award in Shorthand; Chorus 1; Quill Staff 3; Teacher’s Aid 4. CLIFFORD JERRY FREEMAN Quill Staff 3; FFA 1, 2; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2. LINDA KATHLEEN FREEMAN Basketball 1; Track 1; FHA 1, 2, 3; Chorus 1; Neighborhood Youth Corps 3; Powderpuff Football 4; Merit Awards: English I, II, Theme Writing, Physical Education, Home Economics, Civics, Creative Art; Science Fair Red Ribbon 2, Blue Ribbon 3. REX BEGONIA FREEMAN, JR. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Mr. Guts Award 2, 3; Track 1, 2; Quill Staff 3; Monogram Club 4. 54 SENIOR DIRECTORY VELMA LORRAINE FREEMAN Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 3, All Tournament 2, 3, All Conference 3, Most Hustle 2, Most Outstanding 3; Track Team 1; Quill Staff 1, 2; Annual Staff Assistant 4; Powderpuff Foot¬ ball Captain 4; Monogram Club 4; FHA 4, President 4; County Science Fair Blue Ribbon Winner 1, 2; Student Council 3, 4; Class Officer, Reporter 2; May Day Court 3; Homecoming Court 4. GEORGE KENNEDY FULLERTON Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Manager 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; FFA 1, 4; Monogram Club 4; Merit Award in Algebra II 3. LAIL CARROLL GARREN Football 1, 2, 3, 4; All County 4;Quill Staff 3; Merit Award Al¬ gebra I; F.F.A. 4. WILLIAM THOMAS GERRARD F.F.A. 1,2; Football 1; Track 1. RANDALL EDGAR GRIFFIN Football 1, 2, 3,4; Monogram Club 4; NEDT Award 1; FFA 1. BRENDA IRENE HATHCOCK Highest Scholastic Average 1; Marshal 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; NEDT Award 1; Annual Staff 4, Editor 4; Senior Class Treasur¬ er 4; Student Council 1; Accepted for WNC Gifted Student Pro¬ gram in English 3; Red Ribbon in local Science Fair 3; Merit Awards in: Algebra I, French I, General Science, Health P.E. Biology, World History, Typing II, Chemistry, English I, II, III. BRENDA GAYLE HILL Health Club 1, 2; FHA 1; Quill Staff 3; Teacher Assistant 4; Highest Magazine Salesman 4; Merit Awards in: English I, II, General Science, FHA-Junior Degree. MARTHA ANN HILL FHA 1, 2, 3, 4; Quill Staff 3; Basketball 1; Teacher Assistant 4. CAROLYN FRANCES HOOTS Beta Club 2, 3; Quill Staff 3; Physical Education Assistant 1,4; Chorus 1. CHARLES MICHAEL HOOTS Key Club 2, 3, 4; Board of Directors 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, All Conference 1,3; All District 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 4. KENNETH GREGORY HUDGINS FFA 1; Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4. SAMUEL LLOYD HUNTLEY Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Quill Staff 2, 3; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Reporter 1, Vice-President 3,4, President 4. GARY WESLEY JACKSON FFA 3,4; Sentinel 4. BRENDA DIANE JONES Transfer 3; Debating Team 3; Dramatics 3; Cheerleading 4; Monogram Club 4, Reporter 4; Superlative 4; Powder Puff Foot¬ ball 4; Annual Staff 4, Assistant Business Manager 4. ALAN CHARLES JUSTUS Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, All Tournament Team 2; Base¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 4, Reporter 1; Mono¬ gram Club 4; Vice-President 4; Class Officer 1,2, President 1, Vice-President 2, Delegate to Boy’s State Convention at Wake Forest University 3; Marshal 3; Quill Staff 1, 2, Assistant Editor of Sports; Perfect Attendance 2; Merit Awards in Math and Science. CHARLOTTE LAUGHTER DUNCAN Quill Staff 3; Teacher’s Assistant 4; Annual Assistant 3. DIANE OPHELIA LAUGHTER NEDT Award 1; Chorus 1,3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Track Team 1; Basketball 1; Class Officer, Secretary-Treasurer 1, Re¬ porter 4; Debate Team 3,4; County Science Fair Red Ribbon 3; Senior Superlative 4; Junior Play 3; Powderpuff Football 4; Quill Staff 1; Annual Staff 4; Merit Awards: Typing II, Debat¬ ing, World History; Local Science Fair Blue Ribbon 1, 2, Red Ribbon 3. MARY TERESA LAUGHTER Student Council 1; Quill Staff 3; Teacher’s Assistant 3, 4; FHA 4; Merit Awards: Shorthand, Handwriting. JOEL MANSON LANCASTER Student Council 4;Homeroom Vice-President 4; Key Club 3, 4; Monogram Club 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 3, 4; Senior Su¬ perlative 4; Chorus 4; Band 1, 2; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3; Scouting 1, 2, 3; Neighborhood Youth Corps 3. ELMIRA SHIRLEY ANN LEDBETTER Chorus 1, 2, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Track Team 1; Junior Play 3; Annual Staff Assistant 4; Science Fair Red Ribbon 1, Honorable Mention 3; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3; Merit Awards: Algebra I, II, English II, III, Physical Science 2, Chorus 2 . TERESA ANN LEWIS Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4; Monogram Club 4; May Court 3; Junior Play 3; Powderpuff Football 4; Chorus 1, 3, 4. SANDRA KAY LYDA Homecoming Court 1, 2, 3, 4,Queen 4;May Court 1, 2, 3; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; County Officer 4; Class Officer 4, Secretary; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Student Council 3; Monogram Club 4; County Science Fair; Runner-up Miss Hendersonville Contest 3; Merit Awards: General Science, English I. GLORIA JEAN MAXWELL Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 3; Most Improved 2; Honora¬ ble Mention All Conference 3; Local Science Fair Blue Ribbon 2; Quill Staff 1; FHA 4, Vice-President 4; Monogram Club 4, Treasurer 4; Class Officer, Reporter 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Girls’ Track Team 1; Student Council 4, Treasurer 4; Se¬ nior Superlative 4; Teacher’s Assistant 4; Merit Awards: Quill Art Work, Algebra I. 55 ROY OSCAR McCRAIN FFA 1, 2, 3. SENIOR DIRECTORY PEGGY MARIE McCRARY Chorus 1; FHA 2; Health Club 1; Office Assistant 3; Teacher’s Assistant 4; Neighborhood Youth Corps 3; Science Fair Winner 2; Merit Awards: General Business, Physical Education, Perfect Attendance. STANLEY DELANO McCRAW FFA 2, 3, Sentinel 3. CYNTHIA LOUISE MERRELL FHA 2, 3; Cheerleading 2; Chorus 1; Quill Staff 3; Teacher’s Assistant 4; County Science Fair Honorable Mention 1; Dra¬ matics 1; Track Team 1; Merit Awards: Algebra 1,2, English 1, Home Economics 1. VERA ANN MERRILL Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff Assistant 4; Science Fair Red Ribbon 1, 2; Merit Awards: Algebra I, II, Clerical Assistance. PATRICIA ANN MOON Chorus 1; Girls’ Track Team 1; Student Council 1, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Reporter 2, 3; Class Officer, Vice-President 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, All-Tournament 1, All County 2, 3, Most Dependable Trophy 3, Tri-Captain 4; Monogram Club 4; Powderpuff Foot¬ ball 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Annual Staff 4; Co-Chief Commencement Marshal 3; County Nominee to Superior and and Gifted Program 2, 3, Participant in English 3; County Nom¬ inee to Governor’s School 2; School Winner in “Voice of De¬ mocracy” Essay Contest 4; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3; Second place magazine salesman 4; Senior Superlative 4; Merit Awards: Health P.E., Algebra 1, II, General Science, English II, World History, Biology, Typing I, Band, Mechanical Drawing, Ameri¬ can History. JACKEY CLAY MORGAN FFA 1, 2; Junior Play 3; Perfect Attendance 1, 2. LARRY KENNETH NEAL Neighborhood Youth Corps 2; Student Bus Driver 3, 4; Safe Driving Award 1; FFA 1, 2, 3, 4; Greenhand Farmer Award 1; Tool and Beef Judging 1, 2. MARY ELIZABETH NEAL FHA 2; Health Club 1, 2; Teacher’s Assistant 2, 3, 4; Science Fair Winner 2, 3; Neighborhood Youth Corps 3, 4; Betty Crock¬ er Award 4; Merit Awards: Physical Education, Creative Art, Teacher’s Assistance; Library Assistant. MICHAEL ALFRED NIX Transfer 3; Track 1, 3, 4, All Conference 1, 3, 4; Football 1, 3; Basketball 1; Monogram Club 4; Quill Staff 3; Merit Award in Algebra I; Senior Superlative 4. MYRON PAUL OWENBY FFA 1, Officer; Football 1; Junior Play 3; Merit Awards: Eng¬ lish II, Science; Quill Staff 3. BRENDA GALE PAGE Chorus 1; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Quill Staff 3, Editor 3; Debate Team 3, 4; Junior Play 3; Library Assistant 3, 4; Commencement Marshal 3; NEDT Award 1; Merit Awards: French I, Algebra I, Library Science, Debating; Journalism Medal 3. RONALD PARKER Transfer 2; Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Key Club 4; Junior Play 3; Merit Award in Chemistry. WILLIAM NICHOLAS PRYOR Football 1, 2, 3, 4, All County 4, All Conference 4, All WNC 4, Tri-Captain 4, WHKP Award—Player of Week 4, Most Valua¬ ble Offensive Player Award 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, All Conference 3; Monogram Club 4; Quill Staff 3. CARL DIXON RHODES Football 1,3,4, All Conference 4; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 2, 4; Monogram Club 4; FFA 1,2; Key Club 4. GARY CLYDE RHODES Key Club 3,4; Student Council 3; Monogram Club 4; Band 1; Chorus 4; Class Officer, President 2, 3, 4; County Boy Winner in the Elks National Youth Leadership Contest 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Captain 4, All County 4, WHKP Field-General Award 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, All Confer¬ ence 3; Eagle Scout; J.V. Football Co-Captain 1; Blue Ribbon Winner in Science Fair 1; Senior Superlative 4; Perfect Attendance 3. LARRY BRIAN RHODES Key Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Class Officer, Treasurer 3; Student Council 4; Monogram Club 4, President 4; Annual Staff 4, Business Manager 4; Senior Superlative 4; Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football, Basketball Mana¬ ger 2; Eagle Scout. JAMES ANDREW ROGERS Student Bus Driver; Merit Awards: Algebra I, II; Football 4; FFA 1, 2. JUDY MARIE ROGERS Merit Awards: Algebra 1, II, English II, III, Typing II Pennant, Home Economics I; Teacher’s Assistant 3, 4; Perfect Attend¬ ance 1, 2; Beta Club 2, 3. 4; Quill Staff 3. GLORIA FRANCES ELAINE SHEHAN Chorus 1,4; FHA 4; Quill Staff 3. RAYMOND FLOYD SHEHAN Football 2; Junior Play 3; Quill Staff 2; Annual Staff 3; Merit Award in Courtesy. JESSE THURMAN STARLING, JR. Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2; Monogram Club 4. DAVID EUGENE STEPP Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 4; County Science Fair 1, 3; Merit Awards 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri- Captain 4, Best Rebounder 3, All Tournament 2; Track 1, 4; Boy Scouts 1, 2; Chorus 1; Perfect Attendance 2. GAIL MAXINE STEPP Quill Staff 3. EARL PHILLIP SWAYNGIM Annual Staff 4; Quill Staff 3; FFA 2, 3, Secretary 3. CAROL ANN THOMAS Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Merit Award in Theme Writing; Quill Staff 3, Assistant Editor 3; Teacher’s Aid 4. SANDRA RENE WARD Chorus 1, 4; Junior Play 3; Health Club 1; Merit Awards: Physi¬ cal Education, Physical Science; Powderpuff Football 4. GALE CAROLYN WILLIAMS Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Most Improved 3; Monogram Club 4; Merit Award in Physical Education. 56 FEATURES •»mM p « . ; Sm ' - JKjf i rwj MISS SHIRLEY DODSON Senior Representative MISS DEBBIE ROGERS Freshman Representative MISS JOY ROGERS Freshman Representative 7fom e co min y Cxjuri MISS VELMA FREEMAN Senior Representative MISS SANDRA LYDA Queen MISS DIXIE BANNING Sophomore Representative MISS DEBBIE DANIELS Junior Representative MISS SHIRLEY LAUGHTER Junior Representative MISS RICKIE LYDA Sophomore Representative 59 SENIOR Large or small, no matter what the job may be you can count on this couple to get it done - JANICE COSTON and MANSON LANCASTER, MOST DEPENDABLE. These have gained their title through friendliness to all - MOST PLEASING PERSONALITY GLORIA MAXWELL and BENNY CORN. With their unique and tasteful attire, DIANE LAUGHTER and LARRY RHODES are THE BEST DRESSED. Here they are - Edneyville’s own Sean Connery and Ursula Andress - BEST LOOKING, MIKE NIX and SANDRA LYDA. 60 SUPERLATIVES There’s never a dull moment with THE WITTIEST couple, DIANE JONES and JUD HONEYCUTT. With muscle, sweat, and lots of practice, VELMA FREE¬ MAN and CARL RHODES are MOST ATHLETIC. Nothing succeeds like success, and at Edneyville, PAT MOON and DAN BOOTH are MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED. Whether it’s sports, studies, church, or community activi¬ ties, their efforts seem to make them BEST ALL AROUND - GARY RHODES and SHIRLEY DODSON. 61 SENIOR MEMORIES MARSHALS LEFT TO RIGHT: IN FRONT: Dan Booth, Pat Moon, Co-Chiefs; Ronald Parker, Brenda Page, Sandra Burgess, Linda Barnwell. Brenda Hathcock, Alan Justus. BETA CLUB INITIATION 62 ATHLETICS 63 PARKWAY CO- 19 64 CONFERENCE CHAMPS 67 65 RANDY GRIFFIN GARY RHODES LARRY RHODES Senior Senior Senior NICK PRYOR LAIL GARREN CARL RHODES Senior Senior Senior KENNY FULLERTON Senior REX FREEMAN Senior AL PRYOR Junior 66 MARVIN PETERSON Junior NOLAND RAMSEY Junior DAVID PACE Junior DON HENDERSON Junior BILLY THOMAS KENNY HILL Junior Junior DAVID KELLER Junior PAUL DERMID Junior BILLY THOMPSON Junior 67 Our team in action 68 FOOTBALL 1967 Aug. 25. ,E.H.S.20.Bakersville.0 Sept. 8. .E.H.S.27.N. Buncombe. . .6 Sept. 15. ,E.H.S.28.West Henderson 13 Sept. 22. .E.H.S. 7.T.C. Roberson . . 7 Sept. 29. ,E.H.S.29.Cherokee.0 Oct. 6. .E.H.S.14.East Henderson. 12 Oct. 13. .E.H.S.30.Sylva-Webster. . 13 Oct. 20. .E.H.S.28.Hendersonville . 13 Nov. 3. .E.H.S.52.Old Fort.18 Nov. 10. .E.H.S.38.Tryon.14 69 Varsity Basketball of old E.H.S. LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW: Captains-David Stepp, Alan Justus, Nick Pryor. SECOND ROW: Coach Harris Pryor, Leon Hoots, David Pace, Edwin Nix, Billy Thompson, Carl Rhodes, A1 Pryor, Franky Bradley, Mike Hoots, Gary Rhodes, Kenny Hill Manson Lancaster, Manager-Terry Stepp. 70 apr ' 71 GIRLS’ BASKETBALL LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW: Gloria Maxwell, Velma Freeman. Tri-Captains: Pat Moon, Janice Coston, Sandra Burgess; Shirley Dodson, Gale Williams. SECOND ROW: Manager—Shelia Andrews, Pat Conner, Wanda Gilbert, Gail Burgess, Jane Wyatt, Ann McCraw, Carolyn Cole, Elaine Johnson, Donna Lyda, Betty Haynes, Coach Ellis Lyda, Carol McCraw, Pat Freeman,’Pat Lewis, Wanda Laughter, Dianne Griffin, Linda Nix, Lois Morgan, Susan Andrews, Manager-Harriet Corn. 72 KEEP THE BALL ROLLING 73 J. V. BASKETBALL LEFT TO RIGHT: FRONT ROW: Refty Taylor, Maurice Edney, Mike Hill, Don Barnwell, Danny Dalton. SECOND ROW: Coaca Tom Pryor, Billy Sinclair, David Odom, Tim Jones, Russ Seymour, Marvin Lancaster, Ricky Nix. THIRD ROW: FoyCorn, Roy Hunt- ley, Gerald Justice, Robert Tuttle, Steve Jones. J.V. FOOTBALL LEI T TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW: Wayne Cox, Gary Jones, Joey Heatherly, Lewis Waters, Steve Burgess, Doug Moon, Ed Lyda, Dan¬ ny Dalton. SECOND ROW: Tommy Pace, Duane Lyda, Eddie Cox, Jack Webb, Vic Pryor, Mike Case, Tim Reed. THIRD ROW- Ronnie Capps, Dal Baldwin, Bill Norton, Chucky Nix, Mike Hill, David Thomas. FOURTH ROW: Micky Cox, Mike Corn, Blondie Griffin, Don Lancaster. 74 J.V. CHEERLEADERS LEFT TO RIGHT: BACK ROW: Rhonda Holbert, Teresa Tuttle-Captain, Debbie Rogers, Lorna Ramsey. FRONT ROW: Brenda Justice, Rhonda Stepp, Linda Jackson. CENTER: Mascot—Gloria Jackson. TRACK ’68 LEFT TO RIGHT: FRONT ROW: Kenny Fullerton, Bobby Cox, Mike Nix, Lail Garren, Robert Tuttle, Ricky Nix, Kenny Hill, Lar¬ ry Rhodes. BACK ROW: Marvin Peterson, Gary Rhodes, David Keller, Edwin Nix, Frank Bradley, Nicky Pryor, Mike Hoots, Grover Payne. 75 BASEBALL 1968 STYLE LEFT ROW: ™ R FRONT KOW: Manson Lancaster, Foy Corn, Franky Bradley, Gary Rhodes, Steve Jones, Danny Booth. SECOND David Pace, Randy Holbert, Gerald Justice, Don Epperson, Kenny Hill, Mike Justus, Alan Justus, Carl Rhodes. 76 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Rickie Lyda, Peggy Haynes, Pam Case, Diane Jones, Teresa Lewis, Captain; Debbie Daniels, Karen Williams, Sandra Lyda, Judy Lyda; Not pictured, Naomi Pryor. 77 SPIRIT OF EDNEYVILLE Co-Captain PEGGY HAYNES SANDRA LYDA Junior Senior DIANE JONES Senior DEBBIE DANIELS KAREN WILLIAMS RICKIE LYDA J un ' or Sophomore Sophomore NAOMI PRYOR JUDY LYDA PAM CASE Sophomore Sophomore Junior 78 BERKELEY MILLS Balfour, North Carolina A Division of Kimberly-Clark Corporation 79 Compliments of THE STUDENT COUNCIL 80 BILL WILSON GROCERY Home of the Big Apple Contest RUTH ORIGINALS RETAIL SHOP Asheville Highway Hendersonville, N. C. Compliments of BELK-SIMPSON HOME BANK AND TRUST COMPANY “Your Only Hometown Bank” Hendersonville, N. C. Member: F. D. I. C. Reddy To Rock Reddy Kilowatt never misses a party. In fact, with¬ out him, things would be pretty dull. Think of it: r.o ste¬ reos, televisions, electric guitars or ice cubes. Thanks to Reddy there are over 160 flameless elec¬ tric servants that make modern living comfortable, economical and fun. When you have a home of your own, there will probably be even more than that. POM DUKE POWER 81 Dean and Earl Griffin Owners and Operators © 5th Avenue and Church Street Hendersonville, North Carolina Telephone Hours: 7 A.M. to 9 P.M. 693-9353 6 Days LAMB ' S SERVICE GARAGE Route 1 Box 75 U. S. 64 East 7 Miles Hendersonville, N. C. 28739 GORDON ' S HOLT HOSIERY MILLS, INC. Quality Jewelers 411 North Main Street 305 4th Avenue East Hendersonville, N. C. Hendersonville, N. C. Phone 693-6327 Manufacturers of Ladies Seamless Nylon Hosiery SKYLINE CARNES DO-NUT GIFT SHOP Drive-ln Restaurant Owners Operators Mr. Mrs. Jim Banks Open 7 A. M. — 1 A. M. 707 Greenville Highway Hendersonville, N. C. Phone 692-6643 — Fresh Donuts Daily We make our own Fine Gifts - Novelties - Spreads — Rugs Chimney Rock Road Rte. 64 74 Bat Cave, N. C. Phone 625-4277 RHODES AMOCO GROCERY Compliments of JOY ' S DRIVE-IN FOY C. HILL SON U. S. 74 Gerton, N. C. Edneyville, N. C. 82 FRANCIS WRIGHT, INC. F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. FARM SUPPLIES FEED SEED FERTILIZER FARM EQUIPMENT HARDWARE 429 Main Street OPP. SOUTHERN DEPOT Phone 693-3406 Hendersonville SPARTANBURG HIGHWAY Phone 693-3403 North Carolina Hendersonville, North Carolina CONGRATULATIONS To you, the graduating class of THOS. SHEPHERD SON, INC. 1968. You have achieved an important Funeral Directors Since 1903 goal in your life. Hendersonville, N. C. May you enjoy continued success in your future endeavors. Corner Church And Allen Streets Compliments of CRANSTON PRINT WORKS COMPANY Fletcher, N. C. 83 Compliments of Compliments of RELIABLE FURNITURE FREE SERVICE TIRE COMPANY AND APPLIANCE CO. Hendersonville, N. C. Hendersonville, North Carolina Compliments of HELMS ' SHELL SERVICE NEAL HAWKINS CONSTRUCTION “Home of the Three Bears” COMPANY Highway 64 East GREEN ' S 66 SERVICE Compliments of Intersection 1-26 64 East We Give S H Green Stamps BLUE RIDGE PRESS All Types of Printing Call 693-9161 Hendersonville, N. C. 28739 -----—— 728 Spartanburg Hwy. Hendersonville Compliments of COMMUNITY CASH SUPERMARKET 305 South Main Street BLUE BIRD RESTAURANT Hendersonville, N. C. J. H. STEPP SONS, INC. Phone 692-4276 Compliments of Dana, North Carolina JOHN’S MOTEL RESTAURANT 84 Progress Is Our Most Important Product GENERAL ELECTRIC OUTDOOR LIGHTING DEPARTMENT Hendersonville, North Carolina 85 Compliments of OATES PAINT BODY SHOP Compliments of 425 Kanuga Road Hendersonville, N. C. MARTIN HEATING CO. CONLEY’S ESSO SERVICE Compliments of PEARCE-YOUNG 402 South Church Street Hendersonville, N. C. ANGEL COMPANY Asheville, N. C. HENDERSONVILLE BEAUTY SCHOOL MAYFAIR CLIFFS 231 North Main Elsie E. Ruh Owner and Manager Hendersonville, N. C. P. O. Box 113 Chimney Rock, N. C. Compliments of Compliments of PENNY’S LANCE LUMBER COMPANY Main Street Hendersonville, N. C. JACKSON’S FLOWER SHOP KLUGH’S DONUT SHOP 104 North Main Dial 693-4206 and 693-4207 Hendersonville, N. C. Dial 693-6287 Hendersonville, N. C. Wholesale and Retail MANNING FISHER Compliments of ANTHONY’S BEAUTY SALON Septic Tank Service Phone 692-2500 Fletcher Plaza Sharon Anderson Owner Compliments of SKYLAND BATTERY IGNITION CO. 432 Kanuga Street Authorized Inspection Station KESTERSON’S BODY SHOP Welding and Mechanical Work 104 Staton Ave. Hendersonville, N. C. Dial OX 2-3082 CHESTNUT HILLS CAMPGROUND SWIMMING POOL YOUNG’S SHOES 501 North Main Street u. S. 74 Chestnut Hills, N. C. Hendersonville, N. C. 28739 693-6324 86 Are von planning your future? m Plan a career at Blanton’s BUSINESS COLLEGE AND TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SCHOOL Write P. 0. Box 7375, Asheville, N. C. or call (704) 252-7346 87 CHIMNEY ROCK PARK THE TIMES NEWS “One of the best newspapers in the nation ” 125 6th Avenue East Hendersonville, N. C. A Great Scenic Attraction The Best Service in Town Compliments of CAROLINA BUSINESS CITY TIRE CO. EQUIPMENT CO., INC. Royal, Manual and Electric Typewriters 706 7th Ave. East Hendersonville, N. C. Victor Adding Machines and Calculators Come in and let us solve your tire troubles. Asheville, N. C. 88 JUDY S MOTOR COURT Best Wishes from Howell’s Esso, Gift Shop and Coin Laundry W. R. “Pop”Racket Representative “Best View of Rock and Falls” Chimney Rock, N. C. Mr. Mrs. Geo. Howell SOUTHERN SCHOOL SERVICE, INC. Owners Operators Canton, N. C. F!RST UNfON JACKSON FUNERAL HOME NATIONAL BANK Complete Banking Services “Chapel in the Pines” Phone OX 3-6665 693-4261 245 North Main Street Hendersonville, North Carolina THE ANNEX sh osh 0 K SPORTSWEAR UNO SERVICE AND GROCERY Lee Western Wear LOUIS WILLIAMS SONS, ESSO Products INC. Telephone 693-9252 701-711 Seventh Avenue East Dial 692-5161 Ed Griffin Chimney Rock Highway THE NORTHWESTERN BANK Sears Serving Henderson County since 1930 Forty Cox Ave. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Asheville, N. C. Hendersonville, N. C. 89 Radio Station 1000 Watts At 1600 KC Compliments of CHIPMAN LaCROSSE HOSIERY MILLS, INC. Men’s Hosiery Manufacturers Sales Office: Chas. Chipman’s Sons Co., Inc. EAST FLAT ROCK, N. C. BLUE RIDGE RECAPPING SERVICE, INC. We specialize in Full Capping Truck Tires. Chimney Rock Highway Hendersonville, N. C. PACE HEATING AND PLUMBING CO. 131 Fourth Avenue East Hendersonville, N. C. l)iffiam £ JIT ary Of O eic ier Fletcher, N. C. Clothing for the Entire Family McCALL PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. 147 Third Avenue East Hendersonville, N. C. Compliments of Compliments of SKYLARK CAFE JOY RECORD CENTER Edneyville, N. C. Hendersonville, N. C. Compliments of FLETCHER MOTOR CO., INC. 684-7116 Fletcher, N. C. 90 DAMPP-CHASER ELECTRONICS, INC. P. O. Box 1610 Hendersonville, N. C. 28739 RIGBY-MORROW COMPANY, INC. Builders’ Supplies Compliments of FRENCH ' S JEWELERS FIRST UNION NATIONAL BANK OF N. C. Main Street Hendersonville, N. C.. Hendersonville, N. C. 91 RED ANDERSON TEXACO Road Service Phone 625-4230 P. O. Box 113 Bat Cave, N. C. Radio Korn 1990 BOB LEDFORD USED CARS, INC. " Home of Clean Used Cars” 185 Coxe Avenue Asheville, North Carolina BOB LEDFORD CAMPERS TRAVEL TRAILERS 784 Patton Avenue Asheville, North Carolina Bill Buckner, Manager Compliments of A FRIEND things go better,! .with Coke Pause... }, Refresh ■OTTLE UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY 92 THE REMNANT SHOP (jjeneva Yfjotor C ourt Cotton—Ray on—Drapery Upholstery Materials, Etc. 693 Haywood Road Private Swimming Pool W. Asheville, N. C. Phone AL 2-8562 Air-Conditioned Rooms South Main Street And Housekeeping Apts. Hendersonville, N. C. TV And Launderette Phone 693-6212 U. S. 74, Between Lake Lure And Chimney Rock Compliments of MORGAN BROTHERS, INC. JACK SCHULMAN Wholesalers — Distributors Candy . Cigars. Drugs . Sundries of Paper Products And School Supplies Hendersonville Asheville, N. C. HOLLEY-SWOFFORD SHOES Shoes for the Entire Family Hendersonville, N. C. CASE SONS GROCERY Texaco Products Edneyville’s Newest Addition Down by the Post Office MILL ENDS STORE and SILK SHOP Piece Goods Sewing Accessories Phone 693-5033 315 No. Main Hendersonville, N. C. 93 Compliments of MIDWAY LUMBER SUPPLY CO., INC. (6 ( ) TASTY TREAT 1026 Fletcher, N. C. Spartanburg Highway T T Dial 692-5678 Compliments of Compliments of J. F. STOKES SON A H SHEET METAL Hendersonville, N. C. Compliments of CHIMNEY VIEW MOTEL PALACE BARBER SHOP Kitchenettes, T.V., Air Cond. Chimney Rock, N. C. “What good is Advertising?” Mr. Mrs. Sherril Dority — Owner-Op. GARREN AUTO SALES 1615 Asheville Highway Buy - Sell or Trade “Uncompromised Quality” BUY PEPSI at Joy’s Gerton, N. C. Compliments of your Pepsi Man Dan Respess WHITESIDE HOBBY SHOPPE 1326 Asheville Highway Crafts — Hobbies Art Supplies — Toys Flowers whisper what words can never say. JANE’S FLOWER SHOP 315 W. Allen St. H’ville THORPE’S RESTAURANT “Cast Iron Cooking” Home Cooked Meals — Courteous Service - Reasonable Prices K. Thorpe, Prop. - Chimney Rock, N. C. SINCLAIR OFFICE SUPPLY 202 N. Main Street Best Wishes McFADDEN’S MILL Feeds of all Kinds Corn Meal - Whole Wheat Flour L. W. Gibbs, Owner GERTON SHELL SERVICE Shell Products U. S. 74 Gerton, N. C. CHARM BEAUTY SHOP Specialists in Hair Styling 123 3rd Ave. West Phone 693-9606 Owner — Mrs. Helen Byers Compliments of OVERTON’S WHOLESALE GROCERS 94 DANIEL’S FURNITURE CO. Furniture - Carpet Appliances 693-5277 Hendersonville Compliments of FIN’S PLACE Apples, Vegetables, Novelties Cider Speciality ROCK - LANE COURT Located on the beautiful Broad River in the heart of the mountains. Motel Rooms - Efficiency Apts. Chimney Rock BLUE RIDGE BARBER SHOP Lake Lure, N. C. Leonard Turner - Prop. NELON HARDWARE P. 0. Box 167 Lake Lure, N. C. Phone 625-4282 Compliments of HOUSTON FURNITURE COMPANY Hendersonville, N. C. Compliments of LAKE LURE GROCERY Fresh Frozen Foods Best Wishes from CHIMNEY ROCK SHOP Chimney Rock, N. C. THE MANUAL WOOD WORKERS Gerton, N. C. Hwy. 74-5 mi. West of Chimney Rock Mountain Crafts, Pottery, Sourwood Honey, Country Hams Denver Capps KNAPP SHOES Boots Work Shoes Dress Size AAA — EEEE DERM1D ESSO STATION f jp C f Oil 1321 Asheville Hwy. Hendersonville, N. C. s Dial 692-1621 p n ri want { a •. 1 r t FREE SERVICE TIRE APPL. CO. 126 Fourth Ave. East Phone 692-2573 Hendersonville, N. C. Q , SMOKEY’S BARBER SHOP f . Smokey Levi f Ed Pace rj HIGH MAGAZINE SALESMEN Gloria Maxwell, third; Brenda Hill, first; Pat Moon, second 95 C J PRODUCE 373 Depot Street Asheville, N.C. 28801 Fancy Fresh Fruits and Vegetables “Tomatoes and Bananas our Specialty ” Serving Asheville and Surrounding Area Jim Page — Owner Call 252-1876, 252-3362, or 692-3722 DELMAR STUDIOS INC. School Photography DELMAR PRINTING CO. High School College Yearbooks THE DELMAR COMPANY P. O. Box 78 Waynesville, N. C. Frank Arnette District Manager Phone Glendale 6-9974 96 - ' • v T ' y-i M- ' iVA H aaggi pap M litlis ■ ' M ifep fw ;M%, i ; ' • ri ' ■ v 1 i s

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