Elkin High School - Elk Yearbook (Elkin, NC)

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FX "5 5 - 'I-'4 Q' MS? .?-. ,W g 1 1 , I .3 ff P' .N xg 1 1"a'f 1962 cieeiaeiswaeiseiseiadaeibfeiadl-saisebeiaeiedseiaabcbebeimiaeiaiadaeieebeieciseisfiafiedgaeiaaiseisciaeiseiseieeiseieeibelsfiveiaeisefgeel Foreword It is with mixed emotions that we present a pictorial presentation of a school year-our last year at Elkin High. For it is the friendships and exper- iences shared here, which in later years to come, we shall hold in our hearts as dearest. VVe have never wished away these precious moments, but in the years to come, we shall wish them back many times. Our wishes will not be in vain, for by summoning the memory of these precious years, may we relive the joys and pains of all our yesterdays. Signed, fiaeiaeiaweilameiaeifscisciswmeiaeisciaelaeiseb THE CLASS OF 1962 2 A l ww Table Dedication School Life , , Administration Faculty . . . Classes Seniors A... Officers . . . Mascots 7 . . Statistics ,, Superlatives Juniors .4... Officers . . . Marshals .. Sophomores . Officers . . . Freshmen . . . Officers . . . Eighth Grade Officers . . . Athletics .... Activities ,... Features ,,..., Advertisements of Contents . A 4-5 6-10 . , 11 , 12-14 . 16-30 7 . 18, 22 , . 26 . , . , 31-33 . , rr.. 34-37 . , . 38-40 . . 38 . , 48 . , . 41-43 . . 41 . . . 44-45 . . 44 . 7 , , . 46-47 , . 46 . . . 49-60 . 7 . 62-74 . . . 76-80 r..,.82-100 1 f X 1 5 l A K xi lg . ....- 1 7 ELK y N-V4 bitbiCbQi9fEi3Ci9d0f?.i9Ci9Ei9iQi9iQgid9Zb 'iQ,i5diCi5fi?i9QbEi3iCi5Ci9l?i9dSCi9Zi9Qg5i?i92i5Cbd9Pi52i5Ei9Ei5GbQbCi9EiS?k9Cb p r I 1 S f MR. CLAUDE ELDRIDCE To the one who has done so much to help the athletic program in our high school through his outstanding coachingg To the one who has a quick and warm smile for everyoneg and For his unselfish devotion to duty, the spirit of good sportsmanship and fair play that he emphasizes in the classroom as well as on the athletic field, and for his infallible good humor, we, The Elk Staff proudly dedicate this 1962 issue to a dedicated teacher . . . a devoted father . . . a Christian gentleman . . . Mr. Claude Eldridge A dedicated teacher 4 i E I i School Life fliiuuyw P 'li' .4 2, 5.4 S. X , . 'Q x ff' , gi i 6 4 1? QV K chi "A-1 or A-2 "S-H-U-T QW "Only 15 more minutes-Please be quietln "Low prices for high values" 6 Queue-W School Life JE. "Who sneaked through the line?" Q "Aw, Meg!" gg' 13: f , a f M- y.,,, . W: N ff z-WN ff as L 3? H School Life Big Iohn" "Randy Bums-Student teacherfy' 3 JYAZQ I , Z4 "YVi1d Red Gentry" "Elsie" , . L, ff' lx. naiv"'fN S!! The main thing is to keep calm." 1 f If gm 3 , "Do you even know what homeroom he's in?" "The mad rush against the three minute bell." And the circle goes round and round for the 400th time" I "3:00 p.m.-SCHOOL'S OUT" "Now students, this is the motor, the thing that makes the car go" Faculty and Administration f MR. FRED ROGERS MR. N. H. CARPENTER Principal Superintendent Administration SCHOOL BOARD-Left to right: Mr. N. H. Carpenter, Dr. Claude McNeil, Mr. Richard I. Atkinson, chairmang Mr. Ioe G. Bivins, Mr. Wade C. Hampton, Mr. John H. Haynes. 12 if in F 5. MRS. MARY BIVINS-A.B. in Mathematics Womanls College of the Univ. of North MISS EMMA COOKE-A.B. and M.A. in English, Latin, Mathematics Duke University MR. CLAUDE ELDRIDCE-B.S. in Diversified Occupation, Appalachian State Teachers College Mathematics MR. BLo1s TGRISSOM-B.S. in Physical Ed., Social Studies, M.A. in Education Appalachian State Teachers College Ml MR. DALE ALDRIDCE-B.S. Industrial Arts Eastern Carolina College MR, PAUL ATVVELL-A.B. in Englishg History, High Point College.. Q A F iff Carolina HKVX Q g I K' L fl MR. ROBERT CRISSMAN-B.S. in English, Physical Education Appalachian State Teachers College MR. WILLIAM H. DAVIS-B.S. in Social Studies Appalachian State Teachers College MRS. LAKE HAYNES-B.S. in English, Social Studies Radford State Teachers College MR. TOMMY HOLCOMB-B.S. in Business Education Appalachian State Teacher's College l3 453 'wqqr-wif MRS. ADRIAN NIXON-B.S. in Distributive Education Commercial XVoman's College of Univ. of North Carolina MRS. MAE PARDUE-B.S. in English Appalachian State Teachers College MR. ROY RUSSELL-B.A. in Music Wingate College, NVake Forest College MISS ANN SEBASTIAN-B.S. in Library Science, Grammar Education Appalachian State Teachers College MR. ROBERT Appalachian 14 MISS MARY HOLLAND-A.B. in Home Economics Columbia College MR. CHARLES MADISON-B.S. in Science Eastem Carolina College 'iv X ?"' MR. CLYDE PARKER-A.B. in Bible, History, Education M.E. in Education Marion College, The Unv. of North Carolina MR. PHILLIP ROYALL-B.A. in English, Spanish Western Carolina College WALKER-B.S. in Science State Teacher's College Classes 2 U ? if' V CC Far below the Blue Ridge BARBARA JEAN ANDERSON Jonesville . . . j.E.C .... Young at heart BILLY LEE BLACKBURN To have friends, be a friend . . . likes Pontiacs . . . good mixer 1 . R i in 4 ' ' I , ,r l Q, W G T1 I O I' S WWE ,JV JERRY DOUGLAS BLACKBURN Hoss . . . loves brown eyes . . . going steady . . . 8!30f59 JOHNSIE CHARLES BROWN Natural blonde . . . Woman's College . . . always BROWN .,,4f..l: 1 .r,, 4 - ' 5 JOSEPH DANIEL HAROLD BROWN F ood-Town . . . Harold . . . guitar . . . music . . . gentleman I . Q I Qs! 1 120 1 k lx l l.Q l f W 3 "-' 71114 if Q l 16 7 Q 1 J- ountams, JOSEPH THEODORE BROWN, IR. DOUGLAS AARON BEAUFORD BROWNE Crew-cut . . . "Mr. Money Bags" . . . Student Big operator . . . naturally curly hair! . . . Store proprietor . . . wittiest dramatic . . . cars 1962 TERRY JAMES BYRD CAROL REINHARDT CALHOUN T'BYl'd - - - uhullon - - - Buick man - - Busy girl . . . married . . . sweet and sincere driverf?J KAY FRANCES CAUDLE LARRY ALLEN CAUDLE Kay . . . elfish. . .fashion editor. . .read- Man of few words . . . likeable . . . D.O. ing rebel Club money man Sarah Davis, Secretary-Katie Collins, President c'The1'e,s a place 1 RICHARD LEE COCKERHAM Docl . . . hospital . . . Only his hair dresser knows for surel KATIE JANE COLLINS Librarian . . . lively personality . . . Is it true blonds have more fun? Seniors CARL BLACKWOOD "Yankee" . . . hot cars . . . . . . floor-shift 18 COPPLE teases the girls PATTY SUE CUMMINCS Intelligent . . . Belk's . . . quiet-sometimes l I I we Zouef' ELIZABETH ANN DAY "Taylorsville, here I comel" . . chief cheerleader EDDIE CLAY DEATHERAGE Guitar . . . blushes . . . dependable man SUSAN RING DAY ea team" . . . N. C. State? . . . Liberace, Jr .... "Let's twist again!" 1962 CAROLINE WORTH DILLON "Greetings, people!" . . . Brains, Inc. rush, rush . . . driver??? 19 4 . SARAH LONG DAVIS Volkswagen . . . girl in white . parliamentary procedure bug . likeable POLLY ANN ELLER Penny's . . . likeable . . . neat . . . fun loving ROBERT WAYNE FOREMAN Smiles a lot . . . motor scooter . . . working man 'ilk RAYMOND ERIC FREED Smiley . . . "Erk" . . . University of Wisconsin . . . Physics Major "And we MARY ALICE FOX live there always Holiday Queen . . . far away look . . . brakes "Franky, I . . ." Seniors HASSELL AUBREY FRYE, IR. 11 Hack . . . K4GCB . . . shocking electrician 20 BONNIE LEE GAMBILL Surry Central . . . pretty blue eyes . . . small and sweet . . . only one l seekingf' . w""'lmt ' "-ss CHARLES DOUGLAS GENTRY No. 28 . . . "Charlie Red" . . . Huh boy? '48 Dodge . , . history lover . . . friendly . . . funny . . . physique plus JOHN HERMAN GUYER, IR. DWAYNE COE HAMPTON SYLVIA JEAN HANKS Dodge truck . . . loves baseball . . . man Ben Franklin's . . . bubbling over . . . smiles of few words . . . ponytail HENRY CLIFTON HARPE -N. C. state . . . "Hank" . . . ski King . . DAVID VERNON HARRIS B.S'A. D.O. Club . . . Chathanfs . . . dependable Vice President-MARGARET PRICE Treasurer-JOE BROWN CC o 0 ll H zgher azms MARGARET MIGNON HARRIS "Megs" . . . "Frinkles" . . . knit wit . . Write-right fiend . . . I Know It! TOMMY LEE HIGGINS Yellow Ford . . . Hot rod . . . busy . . . works Seniors JAMES NORRIS HOLBROOK Bxg Bad john . . . dry Wlt . . . on the move 22 RONALD WALDO HOLBROOK "A.S.T.C. devoted" . . . Dec. 24, '61 . . chamming above." KAY COUCH Mother . . . Sweet . . . do I have your quarter? JERRY ALLEN HUTCHINS D.E. Club . . . quiet . . . Falcon . . . nice a Nb LINDA DRUE JAMES Talkative . . . already taken . dependable 1962 LINDA ANN LANNING Always laughing . . . out of town fun full of life BRENDA GALE KEY Petite . . . bashful . . . finger-nails responsible 23 PATRICIA RUTH LONG Pat . . . nurse . . . friendly . "Shorty" ...ul "We,oe a school of which welre FRED WILLIAM MATHIS "24" . . . crazy legs . . . Huh? . . . cute . . . Carolina fan RAYMOND LUTHER MCCOIN No. 18 . . . Candy man . . . south paw . . . popular . . . crew cut MARGARET PHYLLIS MAULDIN '41 Plymouth . . . car trouble . . . West Yadkin Seniors . . . neat ROBERT FRED MASTIN, IR. "Freddie the Freeloaderu . . . four wheel drive . . . "Have you heard the one 24 about . . .?" NANCY CAROL MOUNCE "Mousie" . . . athlete . . . happy-go-lucky . . . "Bugles" 2' proud," an f' WILLIAM JIMMY NAIL ELIZABETH LOU NANCE "A and Poo Feed Store" . . . nat'rly curly "Liz" . . . artistic . . . always sweet . . . fun hair . . . friendly . . . D.E. Club l962 MELBY KAY NANCE MIRIAM ANNE BROYVN NICKS A pleasant smile . . . works at Chatham's Miss Beta Club . . . questioner . . . peaches . . . nice to be around and cream . . . seat belts? JOHN KENNETH PARDUE OLENE HOLDER PHILLIPS "Sing along with Ken" . . . handsome . . "Little wife" . . . pert . . . Chatham's . . . Romeo attractive 1 The mascots of the 1962 class, Miss Jeannine Underdown and Master David Hunter f Q Lf Q JAMES FURCHES POPLIN 'Furchn . . . "Ruby lips" . . . philosophical "We,ll always la PATRICIA ANNE PLASTER Mischievous . . . "Pug" . . . Homecoming Queen . . . Never on time! Seniors NANCY CAROLINE POTEAT Peedle . . . Sparta bound . . . that sparkle on her finger 'W- 26 . 1321 - . V1 f 2 wif , V ' V X. mg, , gi, I I Vi 1, MARGARET PERKINS PRICE Wait, Chapel . . . "Teening" colmnn . . "What's a Physics?" . . . economy size I We tmef, HAROLD DEAN REYNOLDS "Hot rod Ford" . . . "Deany" . . tobacco king EDDIE GWYN SALLEY "Gab-wo" . . . hot Chevy . . . English major lprobleml KATHRYN ELIZABETH RHYNE Kathy . . . sweet . . . Spainhour's 1962 JANE ELIZABETH SHEPHERD U.N.C, Fan . . . "Janie Bug" . . . brown eyes . . . loves the beach 27 ,., I SANDRA KAY SALE Miss Editor . . . "I most certain- Iy do!!! . . . 6f15f60 . . . Guilford BARBARA SILVERMAN "Babs" . . . sweet personality . . . soft, curly hair LARRY FRANKLIN SLAWTER Enosv . . . very dependable . . . flashy eyes . . . giggles Wm. kgtvo JAMES RONNIE SPANN 'Speedyn . . . tall . . . crew cut . . . Ronnie "This we sing our Alma driver . . . No. 35 . Seniors JUDY GILMORE SPEAKS Married . . . short . . . music lover . 28 EDWARD NICHOLAS SNOW "Snowball" . . . get out of class . . . bus hot Rambler cute LESLIE STEVEN SPRINKLE "The Great Stone-face" . . . Reeves theater . . . industriously lazy Mater," 'KKK' GARY BLAKE STEVENSON WILLIAM H1ATT TAYLOR Best Dressed . . . twinkle-toes . . . Dobson 52 T-Bird Galaxie . . . "Little Peaches Cnow and thenl speed demond HAROLD WILLIS THOMPSON, II No. 14 . . . ALWAYS in trouble . . . A walking accident . . . "Bill" HAROLD COLUMBUS WEATHERMAN, IR. Mr. President . . . Air Force . . . flirt . . . intelligent 1962 GARY DALE VESTAL "A.VV.O.L.-absent without leave . . . foot- ball-in season . . . great lover? LARRY WEST Desoto . . . mortition . . . your eyes r CC DONNA SUE WHEELER Sigma Pie . . . "Wheel" . . . Wake Forest fan . . . motor mouth EDDIE LEWIS WILES "Mr. T.D." . . . Most Athletic . . . "Crow" "All-rig To our Gold and Bluef, State Seniors JAMES RALPH WILLEY ht"...flattop...Iim. talk,talk 30 NANCY CAROL WHITE . blondie . . . precious . . . only ta lk one. . . Miss D.E. HUGH SETH WOOTEN V.W .... mild . . . Easy to get along with Senior Stotistics BARBARA JEAN ANDERSON Office assistant-25 Intramurals-1,25 F.H.A.g D.E.-3,4 BILLY LEE BLACKBURN Intramurals-1,25 Bus driver-35 D.O. Club-4g Parliamentarian-45 Class Secretary-lg Golf-3 JERRY DOUGLAS BLACKBURN Intramurals-1,2g J.V. Basketball-1,2g Varsity Basketball-3,45 Track -24 J.V. Football-2g D.O. Club-3,45 Vice President of State V.I.C.-4g School bus driver-25 Monogram Club-3,4g D.O.-3,43 Class officer-1,4. JOHNSIE CHARLES BROWN G.A.A.-2g Beta Club-3,45 Junior Marshal-35 Alpha Tri-Hi-Y-23 Intramurals-1,23 J.V, Basketball-1,2g Honor English-3,49 Dis- trict Science Fair-2,35 F.H.A.-1. JOSEPH DANIEL HAROLD BROWN Combo-3,45 Intramurals-25 Concert Band-44 Antler Staff-4 JOSEPH THEODORE BROWN, JR. Beta Club-3,45 Intramurals-1,25 Honor English-3,4g District Sci- ence Fair-3g State Science Fair-35 Student Council Representa- tive-lg Treasurer-45 Senior Class Treasurer-45 Superlative-4g Boy of Month-4g Band-1 DOUGLAS AARON BEAUFORD BROWNE D.O. Club-4 TERRY JAMES BYRD Intramurals-1,2,3g J.V. Football-lg J.V. Basketball-lg Football manager-1,25 Baseball manager-1,24 Monogram Club-2,3,4g D.O. Club-4g Golf-3,45 Track-3 CAROL REINHARDT CALHOUN F.H.A. Club-15 Intramurals-1,23 D.E.-3,4 KAY FRANCES CAUDLE F.H.A. Club-1,43 Elk Antler Staff-4g Intramurals-1,24 Honor English-3,4 LARRY ALLEN CAUDLE D.O. Club-3,45 Treasurer of North Carolina V.I.C.-44 Treasurer of D.O. Club-45 History Fair Winner-2 RICHARD LEE COCKERHAM olee Club-25 D.O.-3,4 KATIE JANE COLLINS Intramurals-1,23 Student Council-3,44 Class President-4g Beta Club-3,4g Garden Club-4g Music Club-2,3,4g Superlative-4g D.E. Club President-45 F.H.A.-Ig Library Assistant-35 Girls' State-35 Honor English-3,4 CARL BLACKVVOOD COPPLE Wrestling-2,3,4g Monogram Club-4g Beta Club-44 XVoodsicle Junior High School-1 PATTY SUE CUMMINGS Beta Club-35 Secretary-45 Monogram Club-2g Tri-Hi-Y-15 Soft- ball-2,3g F.H.A.-Ig J.V.'s-Ig Intramurals-1,25 G.A.Ag-2g D.E.-4, Vice President-4g Library assistant-35 Honor English-3,4 ELIZABETH ANN DAY Intramurals-1,2,3,4g Alpha Tri-Hi-Y-1g Cheerleader-1,2,3,4g Co- Chief-3, Chief-44 F.H.A.-1,45 Elk Antler Staff-45 C.A.A.-2,45 Inter-club Council-4 SUSAN RING DAY Cheerleader-1,3,4g Softball-1,2,3,4g J.V. Basketball-1,2,3g Intra- murals-1,2,3,4g Tennis-45 Elk Antler Staff-3g Monogram Club- 1,2,3g G.A.A.-2,45 F.H.A.-1,3,4 SARAH LONG DAVIS Softball-2,35 Intramurals-1,24 Basketball-25 Tri-Hi-Y-1,25 Class Officer-3,4g Honor English-3,4g D.O. Club, Chaplain-4g Student Council Parliamentarian-4, Representative-3g Garden Club-45 F.H.A.-Ig G.A.A.-2g J.V.'s-Ig Monogram Club-2,3 EDDIE CLAY DEATHERACE D.O. Club-3,45 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee-3 CAROLINE NVORTH DILLON Garden Club-2,3,4g Yearbook-33 Music Club-3g Treasurer-4g Caperettes-45 Intramurals-1,25 Superlative-45 Clee Club-34 Beta Club-3, President-44 Girl Scout Assistant Leader-2,3,4g Honor English-3,45 Band-15 Debating team-3,49 National Merit Schol- arship Semifinalist-4g Chief Marshal-35 Leaders Club-1,2,3, Sec- retary-3g State Science Fair-24 Regional Science Fair-2,3 POLLY ANN ELLER Intramurals-1,25 F.H.A.-1,45 D.E.-3,4g Office Assistant-3 ROBERT XVAYNE FOREMAN D.E. Club-3,4g Intramurals-1,2 MARY ALICE FOX Garden Club-3, Treasurer-45 Tri-Hi-Y Club-2,3,4, Reporter-2, Chaplain-3, Vice president-45 Interstate Tri-Hi-Y Convention-44 Music Club 4g Intramurals-1,25 Honor English-45 The Elk Antler Staff-43 The Elk Staff-45 Caperettes-45 Homecoming Attendant -45 Teening Column Assistant-45 Scouts-Ig Holiday Queen-44 Science Fair Winner-35 Senior Prom Committee-3 RAYMOND ERIC FRE ED J.V. Football-25 Track-23 Varsity Football-3,44 Monogram Club -3, President-45 The Elk Antler Staff-45 The Elk Staff-4 DVVAYNE HAMPTON Class Officer-1,2,3g Baseball Team-1,2,3,4g Intramurals-1,2,3g lvionogram Club-3,43 Student Council Representative-45 Super- ative-4 31 Senior Stcitistics SYLVIA JEAN HANKS Softball Team-Ig D.E. Club-Ig F.H.A.-1,25 G.A.A.-2 HENRY HARPE Boy Scouts--1,2,3g God and Country Award-21 Intramurals-1,2 DAVID HARRIS Intramurals-1,25 D.O. Club 3,45 Wrestling-Ig Bus Driver-2 MEG HARRIS J.V. Basketball-1g F.H.A. Treasurer-lg Class Program Chaimian- 4g Interclub Council-24 G.A.A.-25 Elk Antler Staff-4g Music Club-45 Carden Club-3g V.P.-4g Tri-Hi-Y-1,2,3,4,-Pres.-2, Sect- Treas.-4g Caperettes-3,45 Manager-25 Girl Scouts-1,3, Girl Scout Roundup-15 Homecoming Attendant-45 Prom Committee-3 TOMMY HIGGINS Intramurals-15 D.O. Club-1,2, NORRIS HOLBROOK D.O. Club-3,4 RONALD VV. HOLBROOK D.E.-3,4g Track-1,25 Library Asst.-3 JERRY HUTCHINS D.E.-4g Dobson High School-1,2 LINDA DRUE JAMES XVilkes Central-1,25 F.H.A.-4g Elk Antler Staff-4 BRENDA GALE KEY Tri-Hi-Y-3,4,2g Glee Club-3,45 Honor English-3,44 F.H.A.-1,45 Intramurals-1,2 LYNDA ANN LANNING F.H.A. Club-1,2,3g Intramurals-I,2,4g Library Assistant-24 J.V. Basketball-I5 G.A.A.-2 PAT LONG Senior Girl Scouts-Ig Senior Girl Scout of the Year-Ig F.H.A.-1, Parliamentariang Softball, Basketball-lg Intramurals-1,25 Tri-Hi-Y -1,25 Treasurer 3g Student Council-35 Library Assistant-35 Beta Club-3,4, Treasurerg D.O. Club-4 Secretaryg D.O. Homecoming Attendent-4 FRED WILLIAM MATHIS Football-3,45 Sec. Monogram Club-4g Monogram Club-3,45 Elk Antler Staff 45 Wastern Junior High School-15 Montgomery Blair-2 ROBERT FRED MASTIN, JR. Intramurals-1,25 Track-1,2 PHYLLIS MAULDIN FHAg Intramurals-1,24 Honor English-3,45 Office Assistant-3,4g Beta Club-3,45 Beta Club Chaplain-43 Marshal-3g D.E. Club Secretary-4 RAYMOND LUTHER MCCOIN Football-1,2,3,4, Manager-4g Baseball-1,2,3,4g Wrestling-1,2,4, Manager-34 Intramurals-I,2,3,4g Monogram Club-1,2,3,4, Vice President-44 Superlative-45 J.V. Football-15 Elk Antler Staff-4g Leader's Club-1,2g Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee-3g Track-1,4g Captain Wrestling Team-45 Interclub Council-4 NANCY CAROL MOUNCE Intramurals-1,2,3,4g J.V. Basketball-lg Varsity Basketball-2,3,4g Softball-1,2,3,4g Tennis-2,35 Monogram Club-2,3,4g FHA-1,25 Treasurer-45 G.A.A.-2,3,4g Superlative-45 Elk Antler Staff-4g The Elk Staff-45 Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee-3g Girl Scouts-1,25 D.E. Club-35 Office Assistant-3 VVILLIAM JIMMY NAIL Baseball-1,25 Wrestling-1,25 Track-lg Intramurals-1,2,3g D.E. Club-3,45 D.E. Parliamentarian-45 J.V. Football-1,2g Football Manager-1 ELIZABETH LOU NANCE FHA-15 Intramurals-1,25 D.E. Club-35 Office Assistant-45 The Elk Antler Staff-4 MELBA KAY NANCE Office Assistant-lg FHA-lg Intramurals-1,25 Softball-1,25 D.E.- 3,4 MIRIAM ANNE BROWN NICKS Intramurals-1,2,4g Beta Club-3, Vice President-45 Leaders Club- 1,2,3,4g Girl Scouts-1,2,3,4g Class Attendant-33 Student Council Secretary-45 Convention-35 Superlative-45 Honor English-3,4g Elk Staff-4 JOHN KENNETH PARDUE Intramurals-1,25 D.O. Club-3,45 President of V.I.C.-45 Senior Superlative-44 Baseball-4 OLENE HOLDER PHILLIPS Mountain Park-1,2,3g D.E. Club-45 Homecoming Attendant-44 Senior Superlative-4 PATRICIA ANNE PLASTER Student Council Representative-1,2, Secretary-39 Intra-Club Council-253,44 Monogram Club-2, Secretary-35 Beta Club-3,45 Garden Club-2,3,4, Historian-2, Yearbook-3g Music Club-3, Pres. -45 Tri-Hi-Y-I,2,3, Pres.-45 Tri-Hi-Y Convention-45 Class Treasurer-35 Science Fair Winner-2,3g Prom Committee-3g FHA -1, Song Leader-15 Honor English-3,45 GAA-2,45 Basketball-lg Tennis-1,2g Intramurals-1,2,3,4g '61 Girls' State-34 Caperettes- 1,2,3,4Ag Co-Captain-35 Marshal-3g Elk Antler Staff 44 The Elk Staff-45 Homecoming Queen-45 Homecoming Attendant-25 Super- lative-4 Senior Stotistics JAMES FURCHES POPLIN J.V. Football-lg Varsity Football-2,3,4g XVrcstling-2,3,4g Mono- gram Club-3,4g Intramurals-2 NANCY CAROL POTEAT Clee Club-45 I.V. Basketball-2g FHA-1,44 Majorettc-35 CAA-2,4g Intramurals-1,2,4 MARGARET PERKINS PRICE Basketball-lg Softball-1,25 Tennis-lg Intramurals-1,2,3,4g Garden Club- 1,2,3,4g Yearbook Chaimian-45 Music Club-49 Student Council Representative-1,45 Vice President-39 Delegate to WDNCSCC-lg Leaders Club-Ig Alpha Tri-Hi-Y-1,2, Vice Presi- dent-2g Caperettes-4g D.A.R. Award-45 Class Officer-2,45 "Teen- ingn-4g Homecoming Attendant-44 Superlative-45 FHA-1, Re- porter-lg Monogram Club-2,-'3g Elk Antler Staff-45 Elk Staff-44 jr.-Sr. Prom Committee-33 Honor English-3,45 CAA-2,44 History Fair Winner-35 Girl of Month-1 HAROLD DEAN REYNOLDS 4-H Club-lg D.O, Club-3,4 KATH RYN ELIZABETH RHYNE I.V. Basketball-1,25 Office Assistant-1,2g Intramurals-1,25 FHA- 1,25 Assistant Bus Driver-35 Clee Club-35 D.E. Club-4 SANDRA KAY SALE Tri-Hi-Y-1,2,3,4g Cheerleader-lg Caperettes-2,8,4g Intramurals- 1,2,4g Garden Club-3,4, Pres.-49 Yearbook-45 Elk Antler Staff- 4g Music Club-3,44 Honor English-3,45 Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee- 3g Homecoming Attendant-45 Senior Superlative-44 CAA--25 Fi'IA-1,4g Intra-Club Council-4, History Fair YVinner-35 Beta Cub-3,4 EDDIE CWYN SALLEY Baseball-2,3,4g Monogram Club-43 D.O. Club-3,4g Intramurals- 1,25 Track-1 JANE ELIZABETH SHEPHERD Student Council-34 Tri-Hi-Y-4g Cheerleader-1,2,3g FHA-1,44 Carden Club-43 Monogram Club-2,39 CAA-2g Elk Antler Staff- 4g Honor English-3,4g Intramurals-1,2,3g Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee-3 BARBARA SILVERMAN Intramurals-1,2,3g j.V. Basketball-lg Softball-25 FHA-1,2g Majorette-3g D.O. Club-4 LARRY FRANKLIN SLAWTER Intramurals-1,2,3g Bus Driver-35 4-H Club-15 D.O.-3,4 EDWARD NICHOLAS SNOW Bus Driver-3,4g Football-25 J.V. Football-lg Intramurals-1,2,3g Explorer Scout-1,2,3,4 JAMES RoNN1E SPANN 4-H Club-lg Do.-3,4 JUDY CILMORE SPEAKS j.V. Basketball-lg Varsity Softball-1,2g Monogram Club-lg D.E. Club-3,44 FHA-1,45 Intramurals-1,2 LESLIE STEVEN SPRINKLE Enfield High School-lg Scotland Nt-ck High School-24 NVrc:stling- 3,45 Glee Club-35 D.O.-4 CARY BLAKE STEVENSON D.E. Club-45 Library Assistant-3g Track-lg Supcrlative-4 YVILLIABI HIATT TAYLOR I.V. Sports-1,2g D.O. Club-3,4 HAROLD XVILLIS THOMPSON, II Football-2,3,4g VVrcstling-1,2,3g I.V. Football-lg Intramurals- 1,2,3,4g Monogram Club-3,4g Clee Club-34 4-H Club-lg Elk Antler Staff-44 Library Assistant-24 Honor English-3g Track-23 Boy Scouts-I,2,3g Cod and Country Award-3 CARY DALE VESTAL Co-Captain Football Team-4g Football-2,3,4g Intramurals-1,2,3,4g J.V. Football-lg Wrestling-34 Baseball-1,25 Monogram Club- 3,4g Track-3,45 Elk Antler Staff-4 HAROLD COLUMBUS NVEATHERMAN, IR. J.V. Football-1,2g Basketball-4g Baseball-1,2,3,4g Intramurals- 1,2,3,4g Track-1,2,4g Monogram Club-3,45 Beta Club-3,44 Honor English-3,43 Intra-Club Council-3,45 Student Council-2,45 Presi- dent-4 LARRY REECE WEST 4-H Club-lg Intramurals-1,35 Library Assistant-1g Boy Scouts- 1,3g Bus Driver-35 Clee Club-34 D.O. Club-4 DONNA SUE NVHEELER Tri-Hi-Y-1,39 Ir. Carden Club-1,:2,3,4g Yearbook-34 Beta Club- 3,4g Honor English-3,45 Monogram Club-4g Cheerleader-3,4g FHA-1,44 CAA-2g Intramurals-I,2,3g Leader's Club-1,2: Ir.-Sr. Prom Committee-3g Ir. Marshal 3 NANCY CAROL XVHITE Office Assistant-1,25 Intramurals-1,25 Clee Club-3g GAA-2g FHA 1,2g D.E.-45 Homecoming Attendant-4 EDDIE LEVVIS WILES Baseball-1,2,3,4g I.V. Basketball-1,2g I.V. Football-1: Varsity Football-2,35 Co-Captain 45 Superlative-4g Varsity Basketball-4: Intra-Club Council-45 VVrestling-3g Intramurals-2,3,4g The Elk Staff-4 JAMES RALPH XVILLEY Intramurals-lg D.O. Club-4 HUGH SETH YVOOTEN J.V.'s-15 Intramurals-1,25 Bus Driver-35 D.O. Club-3,4 33 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MIRIAM NICKS DWAYNE HAMPTON Hull of MOST INTELLIGENT M CAROLINE DILLON HAROLD ' WEATHERMAN M fi 5 ,SE 1 ,3 Oi Q! 4 ,ig 3 Ma Mi E 1 ,fx 9' .L , -Ei 1 ' Q 1 , x, I , .,,, 5 1 ' c I fi 2 ,1 L Q i Fame WITTIEST MARGARET PRICE IOE BROWN I I inn a!'4,3 .+,1',f1l,. A H ... -ii! iii Fi' vt ,V 1 R P 's f W 5 P - . . QI N I X 1 Q 593.0 XX 1 gg fs, 3, 's ' x 5. mx W W ' M'i.5 r Q 1 . ' 1 f. 4 5.- 35 -sus-wu1ls5q ill-llmlmlcu I-In mlm: new du-In fm- Dm sf ,fzvvw41avnl'mm w -fllfauryzn.-12 aw vm. vs uf Lg. .R V. -I ffummn.x'nen '?l1i.!'0i5'K21'0L 1: H 7, .','A".HL,-'Bl-1v- 1 Q 'SL' L54' .I ,, h -, , . A, f '0 if .. .1 A LF- a - -- 1 'M ,. , U mx , , , , ,M ,1 'A- . . R ' - ,. U 'P ,Q ,,f :4-ull:-1" ' 4 L y':xA,,5 i A :-if-f'V'Y' ,MMR A 4. Jlr! N .Y:4Liv4..,::.l .51 .51 , ,b,,A, 1 9, ". .11'4w 4, vs-1.-qw 1, ,Fw . 944 1 -,3t,,,,4,!z .,,g 23, r ' 'f ' - 4 tfrgm ri' I " ,,'.v. "' tg gfybvw , . ,ML '..1.Q.iiJ'A' , ,W-fA "' 1 Hz' ,ff - M ' ' ' .-P ..... :. , if f film was 4 "YW I ff JJ,-gg: MOST POPULAR ANNE PLASTER RAY MCCOIN A gfffiki ki 4 2: Hall of if BEST PERSONALITY KATIE COLLINS IERRY BLACKBURN Mosfr ATTRACTIVE L OLENE PHILLIPS KEN PARDUE Fume MOST ATHLETIC NANCY MOUNCE EDDIE WILES lf,-,vas U11- BEST DRESSED SANDRA SALE GARRY STEVENSON Juniors gl! Liga, F 44. Cale Adams Hilda Atkins Peggy Bwins James Blackburn Willa Blevins 23. vim' in David Brown CHARLES MYERS . , . .,.,..., President BOB METZ ..,..,., . . . Vice President KAY ELLIS ...,...,. ...... S ecretary ANN LeFURGEY .,,. .... T reasurer Danny Burchette June Carol Byrd Dwayne Byrd Almost seniors . . . record maga- zine sellers . . . first class rings worn with pride . . . the designers, planners, and builders of the un- forgettable Junior-Senior Prom . . . next year's leaders! Clyde Carroll Bobby Carter Terry Carter Linda Carter Sandra Caudle Joyce Clark Wanda Cleary Carol Jeanne Cook Joyce Corder Tony Damell Barbara Dixon Nancy Dobbins Judy Dockery Florence Eller Kay Ellis Virginia Ford Coleman Francis Glenetta Graham Mark Greene Robert Griffin xvv A WT' v Sammy Hall Becky Harpe Abbey Harris Rita Harris Helen Harris Toni Jolley Johnny Kennedy james Lawrence Beverly Lawrence Ann LeFurgey Martha Mann Connie Martin Phillip Martin Ann McNeil jimmy McRae Gary Harris Elizabeth Hayes Katherine Hayes Tommy Hemrrc, Ann Henderson 5 Juniors Ellen Meed Bob Metz Vickie Miller Lee Moncus Faye Mounce Earl Mounce Charles Myers Cynthia Nelson Modeen Newman Elmer Newman Maxie Spann Libby Sparks Carol Stoker Ronnie Sturgill Roger Swairn Irma Teague Mary Waring Dale WViles Priscilla Wilmotli Jean WVilmoth f Jeff Page Francis Park Lois Park Anna Poplin Sam Poplin Judy Ratledge Charles Reece Carol Salmons Johnny Settle Brenda Sofley uf, BECKY MELTON .A.... ,. R. JERRY SWAIM 4..,,A 4..,. A.,, ROSEMARY ALEXANDER , . E. Sophomores Biology . . . Latin II . . . Talk, talk, talk . . . What's H20? . . . Atwell's themes and book re- ports . . . Only two more years . . . adolescence . . . almost with driver's license . . . that carefree sixteenth year . . . Bessie Burcham Charles Burchette Lana Buxton Johnny Byrd Nancy Calloway Mary Alice Cardwell Carol Carlton jerry Carpenter Carolyn Carter Ronald Carter ff" ' I R . . , . . ,,,,. President . . . . . . Vice President Secretary and Treasurer gg-1 Sophomores Diana Chatham Barbara Cockerham Judy Cockerham Mickey Cockerham Bobby Colbert Sandra Collins Ann Cook Donnie Cooper Pam Cox Wynne Dillon Morris Disher Steve Dobbins Gary Dornburg Amy Eldridge Patsy Eldridge Patricia Freed Joe Freeman Judy Gentry Collie Coins Carolyn Hall Johnny Hall Linda Hanks Sandra Hayes Jan Haynes Johnny Holcomb Tommy Holloway Ann Hutchinson Mike Hutchins Pratt Isenhour Carrie Kirkman Margaret Laster Gerald Lawrence Bobby Layell Ann Lewis Larry Luffman Sophomores Benny Mastin Johnny Mathis Mary Mathis Linda Mauldin Becky Melton Delmar Money Linda Money Mary Lou McCoin David McRae Elaine Nixon Dickie Noe Janice Parks jimmy Powers Roy Prevette Perry Reece Doug Reinhardt Derena Roberts Marion Sagar Carol Simmons Jimmy Sloop Mickey Sloop Carol Smith Tracy Smith Sarah Southard Grady Spann jimmy Stimpson Jerry Swairn Jamie Transou Io Alice Vestal Billy Waddell Larry Wagoner Wanda Wagoner Mahala Walters Eleanor Weaver Benny Yarboro Qu- Wm' rw., W- Daphne Aldridge Jimmy Amburn ir' Andy Anderson Carolyn Atkins Steve Ball Graham Blackbum Vivian Blackburn Morris Bradshaw David Brendle Patsy Burchette Ezra Byrd Tommy Calloway Margaret Carson Claude Carter Arnold Chipman Carl Chipman Aleta Cochrane Bobby Cockerham 44 JOHNNY SWAIM ,, . .,r..... President JIM PRICE .... . , .... Vice President JIMMY HARRELL . I , . .Secretary-Treasurer Freshmen Ricky Cockerham Ronnie Cockerham Sharon Coker James Collins Harold Combs Shelby Combs Ralph Cooke Wanda Cooper Jane Copeland Sue Lee Couch Judy Couch Sandra Dancy Daphne Eldridge Brenda Eller Johnny Kay Foster Granville Gentry Larry Gentry Lynn Gentry Sue Gentry Ramona Goins Tommy Golden Bonnie Gregory David Griffin Danny Hall Jimmy Harrell Betsy Harris Jo Harris Kenneth Harris Jimmy Haynes Paula Hinshaw Barbara Hudson Sandra Jackson Q I pl, , . 1 I r' , s N ,. xi I . . . .f'fNp. 1 ,,-'is ' 'N ' 1-'Riu r.k 5 K 1- ,th muff 4QA ll'-.'0 .IL 'wiv ." v 450 A. N ' E A fb. , . JV? 'h Y f I 4-B. A 1 X V U .st v.. N3 1 ,z-,. 1,1 -e , , .. 1 . in in ' il X . .1 , 1-4, :Z V , I F' X U -S A - A A K .., 1 Q J 'WW' . 3 R jf V . 2-1 Q 'j, ,-v" , Wai, X, . ,-1--vs. mg.. 9 . ' ix? .1 ' ' 4 23i3'j.f "ff il, 1: ' 3.32-"- Q.: 4 5 D 4 4 , we ' , w k V I wx : - ' ,fp-.. wi in 'U . fr f Q- Sf ,, 5 X I 'x - S. :K 3 ....- G. Iv . urn ' .. 1,0 ---4- . . f ' f. ,nv nc' V"s ,. . , 5 . 4 '? 'K 1" 'V' ' X . X xg Q ff, - XL., -h Q . K., 55,1 ,l. Q W x '46,1 AA,. V R , :sill ng , kk. 1 Eighth Grade .ef pf ' 1 Helen Alexander Wanda Anderson Iohnny Atkinson Gaynell Baugus Shirley Benge Curtis Burcham Sammy Burchette Gary Byrd Steve Campbell Ieanette Carter lane Caton Jane Chipman MIKE WALTERS ,....,.. CARY BYRD ,...,....., IANICE COCHRANE . . . LIBBY SMITH l..... Harold Cleary Ianice Cochrane Raymond Colbert Janet Collins Wanda Combs Richard Combs Linda Combs Alan Dameron Kathy Damell Herbie Dockery Ned Eldridge Charles Eldridge Sally Eller Marise Ettesen Linda Everette Phil Fletcher Benny Folger Sara Foster Larry Francis Gwen Gambill Rickey Gentry Roger Guyer Roger Holbrook Larry Hall Ann Harding Troy Harmon Joann Harris . ...i....,,.. President Vice President . , . A , . .Secretary . . , Treasurer 46 wr Bennie Harris Joe Harris Gwyn Harris Rex Anna Hayes Mickey Hayes Max Haynes Junior Hemric ivian Hemric Christine Hemric Dinah Hemric Milton Hines Lestine Holloway Johnny Irion Ann dlennings Bren a Johnson Van Kennedy Bruce Key Tommy Layell Teddy Long Clara Lyles Glen Martin Jerry Martin Janet Martin Johnnie Mayberry Mac McNeil Myra Merricks T M t om e z Vivian Miller Blake Mitchell Delmar Money Sammy Mounce Faren Myers Larry Nixon Stuart Nonnan Pam Osbome Linda Osborne Anne Pardue Mike Park Vema Parsons David Powers Elaine Rhyne Bobby Royall Dan Rumple Anna Salley Ronnie Shores Libby Smith Margaret Southard Bobbie Stevenson Phyllis Stoker John Sullivan Susan Summey Joan Swaim Bolibie Taylor Nelda Teague Linda Tyson Robert Van Antwerp Larry Wagoner Garry Wagoner Becky Wall Mike Walters Tany Weatherman Garry White Dennie Wilcox Jimmie Yarboro Junior Marshals QTY ANN MCNEIL Chief BOBBY CARTER ANN Lc-:FURGEY VIRGINIA FORD CHARLES MYERS ABBIE HARRIS ELLEN MEED ELIZABETH ANN HAYES KATHERINE ANN HAYES if . Wiz 48 Athletics :3ll":f ' 1 f'!l xx xx 1 If x X 0 1, I X 1 l , X v 1 o ' Q 4 Ea., J x Q1 ' l I , o 2:::s:::H ar----- -'f EDDIE WILES Co-Captain FRED MATHIS JIMMY POPLIN ERIC FREED GARY VESTAL 0-Ca ain C pt Football all CHARLES CENTRY ., 53 pr' . 4, I, 4,,,. 1 it c V3 f ' - K L gr ANN DAY Chief JOHNNY GUYER F irst How: C. Reece, Mounce, Adams, Poplin, Damell, Freed, Cuyer, I. Hall, Freeman, Noe, Sturgill, Nance, Carpenter, Gentry. Second How: Mr. Royall fcoachj, Cooper, P. Reece, Balyer, D. Hall, Greene, VViles, Vestal, Metz, Swaim, Dillion, Mathis, Blackbum, Reinhardt. H18 out of 26? '... prostyle . . . eleven mighty men . . . pride of the school . . . fast and furious . . practice sessions daily . . teasing managers "Rhodent" and Sammy . . . "win a few, lose a few, AND a few are rained outll' , if CAROL STOKER Co-Chief ' .3 50 I ,,,,l. 43 df? R "N "Push mighty men-fight back that line! MANAGERS COACH "Five Tough M e n ' ' -- M 0 u n c e, Burchette, McCoin, Colbert Blois Grissom Reece Freed Mr Royau Poplin 1961-62 "I, 2, 3, 4-way back!" "Practice makes perfect" Donna Wheeler, Senior x 5 1 ficvk? 593, fv 3,52 Qu- "Blackburn on the loose!" "Let go of that ball. It's mine!" . n .m f 22 A ,, 9 1, .lflfifif gl: 1 'sie 5,3931 12? S 1 ,, 4 5' c'And Elkin goes in for the tackle!" ik ' x v1cK1E MILLER X Junior 'KA Worried Manl' SANDRA CAUDLE junior EDDIE WILES Senior Co-Captain DAVID GRIFFIN Manager LIBBY SPARKS -. ' .' V 1 , ' -' - 1 ' Y. , 'I V 1 4 1' V -1 ,NZM Y - V I it . ' Mgr, J , , ' ,lp ,I gr," if-M - . - . ' ,Q . 3 , I if lx mx IJ' 4 'QU . I , I iffftll, -T ' V' , I I r I til., E all iMlW CAR J CO KER , JERRY BLACKBURN HAROLD Oglmioro fflfl Senior WEATHERMAN Senior Kneeling, left to right: Charles Myers, Charles Reece, Perry Reece, Harold XV6t2IlflICI'1lI2III, Eclclic XVilcs Jerry Blackburn. Standing, left to right: Clycle Carroll, Bob Metz, Tommy Hemzic, jerry Swaiin. john ny Swaim, Gerald Lawrence, Jimmy Priceg Manager. COACH ELDRIDGE Junior Boys'BoskefboH Reece brothers working together as Ll team practice makes perfect 'The Big Fivef, 53 .1 J 'lr L r Hin First row, left to right: Wiles, McCoin, R. Swaim, Francis, D. Swaim, Moncus. Second row: Salley, MARY LOU McCOIN Harris, Reinhardt, Blackburn, Mounce. Third row, Managers: Colbert, Hall, Burchette. Sophomore Baseball h. he RAY McCOIN Senior K, v, .ff 1 i ,. , - fee, . . , ,N , n w 1 1 EDDIE WILES Senior Ln... EDDIE SALLEY Coaches: Grissom, Royall Senior 54 Boys' Tennis Mahala Walters 'uk 'NW ..,, , ..l. vw ,.-.sq 22.1511 4,54 I 15 ?.g?'Q9"'!' Sophomore r nt, gi Jackie Walker Freshman Bob Metz, Charles Myers ,QU ,am df' fe, j , ' 1 in 'xi M , like Willie Sue Royall Freshman 1515 ln' ,sf 1 Left to right: Freeman, Lankford, Noe, Metz, Carter, Myers, Harrell. 55 NANCY MOUNCE Senior Captains: Nancy Mounce and Faye Mounce Girls' Basketball ' Mounce and Mounce, Inc. Headed by Grissom and Pardue , , only one senior . watch Nelson's foot 4 . Buckin Does. Left to right: Royall, Scott, Mann, Kirkman, N. Mounce, Nelson, Harris, F. Mounce, Carter, Ford, Waring, Dockery, Clark. Ellis, not pictured. Coaches Pardue, Grissom-Managers Holloway, Softley. 56 Girls' Volleylooll These girls are the champion Intramural volleyball players. Left to Right, First How: Miller, Ellis, Nelson, Haynes, N. Mounce. Second Row: F. Mounce, Stoker, Dockery. Girls' Tennis Left to Right, First Row: Softley, Nelson, Haynes, Caudle, Ellis, Garland, Johnson, F. Mounce. Second How: Sagar, Dockery, jolly, Stoker, Day, Isenhour, N. Mounce, Alexander, Kirk. Third Row: Melton, Hayes, Mathis, Terrell, Cockerham, Kirlcman, Weaver, Freed, Nixon, Roberts, Cox. 57 These sportswomen of E. H. S. will compete in the tennis intra- murals. One of them will excel all others and be the Intramural Tennis Champion. 9m alll' pi 1, 4 Nl l f Left to right: McCoin, Hall, Burchette, R. Swaim, Mounce, Sprinkle, Blackburn, Poplin. Second row: Gentry, McRae, Billings, Hall, Darnell, Coach Crissman. Third row: Manager Luffman, Martin, Sturgill, Salley, Manager Colbert. VVresHing Captains: McCoin, Poplin, Coach Crissman. Track COACH CRISSMAN Left to right: Reinhardt, McCoin, Swaim, Blackburn, Mounce.. 58 J. V. Sports COACH ROYALL ! -M.. V f . First row: Reinhardt, Thomas, Centry, Windsor. Second row: Nance, Chipnian, Carpenter Left to right, first row: Hines, Irion, Windsor-captain, Bradshaw, Royall, Mitchell, Sturgill. Second row: K. Harris, Salley, Walters, Cockerham Uldrich, Martin, McNeil, Wilmoth. Third row: Assistant coach McCoin, Laffoon, I. Swaim, Mounce, I. Harris, Coach Crissman, H. Swaim-absent when picture was taken. 59 SNEAD, PALMER, AND HOGAN" "J'.V.'s" 60 "And Blackburn is ready for his famous Hip "Eldridge roughs the team." "Cockerham up for the shot." 3 Activities 199 7 x..9..,QJ -ff HAROLD BOB METZ MIRIAM NICKS JOE BROWN WEATHEBMAN Vice President Secretary Treasurer President Student Council Leaders of school . . . representatives from each homeroom . . . student,s voice in management of school . . . in charge of dances and youth center . . . headed by H. Columbus Weatherman, Ir. First Row: LeFurgey, Cook, Melton. Second Row: Price, Brown Metz, Nicks, Davis, Weatherman. ir j V it ,F on Q 6 First Row, Left to Right: Weatherman, Metz, Nicks, Brown, Davis. borne. Third Row: Mann, IQeFurgey, 'Swaim, Price, Holloway, Second Row: Cooke, Collins, Eldridge, Myers, Royall, Garland, Os- Melton, Dobbias. 62 Inter Club Council Presidents of all clubs . . . In consolidation with all clubs to rep- resent each clubis own ideas . headed by Student Council. Beto Club To promote ideas of honesty, service, and leadership among high school students . . . to have a 90 average. Left to Right: Wiles, Harris, Sale, McCoin, Plaster, Day. Second How: Carter, Ford, Transou, Nicks, Melton, Mounce, Freed. Third How: XVeatherman, Brown, Swaim. Left to Right: Dillion, Presidentg Mauldin, Chap- lain, Atwell IAdvisor2g Nicks Vice President' Lon 3 J 8, Treasurer, Cummings, Secretary. XX P Q Y Md pl: .sig 44M-fan sm , Q l I I na ' , -A 1 1?"'?F' First How: McNeil, Meed, Long, Mouldin, Cummings, Nicks, Dillion, Softley, XVar ing, Clark. Second Row: Ellis, I. Brown, Myers, Collins, A. Harris, Jolley, K Hayes, E. Hayes, Dockery, NVheel, Plaster, Sale. Third How: Mr. Atwell, Brown L. Carter, LeFurgey, Copple, XVeatherman, Metz, B. Carter, G. Harris, Ford. 63 The Elk Antler furious debates . . . hot-spirited arguments . . . stencil with seven correctly spelled Words . . . inevitable deadlines . . . modified manual mimeographer . . . the rewarding feeling of teamwork after the paper is FINALLY out . . . the whipcracking editor . . . mg-M 5 5 wims, or A First Row: Reporters-Thompson, Vestal, Poplin. Second Row Snow, Blackburn. Third Row: Wheeler, Iames. 'VW f ,anion .A 3 . ,r K2 Q E -.. -V .gp . 1 , ,. ,,. - s iggli F f Ai Left to Right: Fox, Pri e, Gent y, Wilmoth, Plaster-editor, Freed, N. Mounce, E. Mounce, McCoin, Day, Candle. JKQQ 64 Monogrom Club Left to Right: Officers-Freed, NicCoin Mathis, Mounce, Gentry. First Row: Gentry, Mathis, Mounce, MeCoin, Freed. Second Row: Muncus, Reinhardt, Darnell, Hall, Burchette, Poplin, Carroll, Greene, Weatherman. Third Row: XViles, Gopple, Frye, Hampton, Thompson, Swaim, Guyer. Girls' Athletic Association To offer a sports program which gives opportunity to develop in- terest and ability in activities which are recreational . . . to offer the un- skilled player equal opportunities . . . to offer adequate safeguards . . . to maintain the standards con- ducive to spiritual growth as well as physical safety. These girls represent the Girls' Athletic Association of North Carolina at Elkin High School. They are the largest organization in our school. Under the advisory of Mrs. Mae Pardue, these girls play a large part of our school life. Officers-Ford, N. Mounce, F. Mounce, Ellis 65 3 . a Distributive Educotion Club To promote an understanding of the World of Work . . . gain a sense of fellowship among club members . . . promote worthwhile club pro- jects and activities . . . develop a deeper understanding of democracy and actively practice a good citizen- ship. KATIE COLLINS ..,.V,, .... P resident PATTY SUE CUMMINGS.Vice President PHYLLIS MAULDIN ,,.....,. Secretary CAROL CALHOUN ,........, Treasurer QV Qfffliff. ,mf ,V it First Row: Silverman, Couch, Harpe, B. Blackbum, J. Blackburn, Pardue, Davis, Long, Mr. Eldridge, Advisor. Second Row: Sprinkle, Brown, Lawrence, Higgins, Byrd, Slawter, Death- erage, D. Byrd, Reynolds, Caudle, Harris, Taylor. Third Row: Salley, XVest, XVooten, Holbrok, Higgins, Willy, Cockerham, Spann. First Row: Collins, Cummings, Mauldin, Calhoun. Second How: Park, Nail, Speaks, Phillips Teague. Third Row: Stevenson, Holbrook, Eller, Anderson, Foreman. Fburth Row: Griffin Rhyne, Nance, Cleary, Carter, Cambill. Fifth Row: Mrs. Nixon Cadvisorl, VVilmoth, VVhite Diversified Occupotion Club To develop leadership in the Held of distribution . . . to provide oppor- tunities for intelligent career choice in distribution . . . to engender a healthy respect for education . . . to create and nurture an understand- ing of our free competitive enterprise system. KENNETH PARDUE ........, Preszkient JERRY BLACKBURN .,.. Vice President PAT LONG .......,, ..... S ecretary LARRY CAUDLE .... ..,. T reasurer Future Homemokers of America To promote a growing apprecia- tion of the joys and satisfaction of homemaking . . . to emphasize the importance of worthy home mem- bership . . . to encourage democracy in home and community life . . . to work for good home and family life for all . . . to foster the development of creative leadership in home and community life . . . VIRGINIA FORD , i . .President WANDA COOPER ,P Vice President PATSY BURGHETTE . . i ,Secretary MARY ALICE FOX r , Treasurer Left to Right: Bivins, Blackburn, Cooke, Couch, Hinshaw, Burchette, Lawrence, Smith, Harris, Gentry, Softley, Cochrane, Aldridge, Ford, Caudle, Royall. Tri-Hi-Y ANNE PLASTER r,.. .....,, P resident MARY A. FOX ......,i,, Vice President MEG HARRIS ...i.,, Secretary-Treasurer SANDRA SALE .....,.,.,.... Chaplain BECKY MELTON .... ....,. P resident ANN HUTCHINSON .,... Vice President PRATT ISENHOUR . .Secretary-Treasurer MARY R. MATHIS ......,.... Chaplain f tt. W' First Row: Carlton, Melton, Hutchinson, Isenhour, Mathis, A. Plaster, Fox, Harris, Sale. Second Row: Southard, Eldridge, Collins, Royall, Haynes, Transou, M. Plaster, Aldridge, Roberts, Harris. Third Row: Snow, Sagar, Hayes, Freed, Lewis, D. Eldridge, Foster, XYeaver, Leinback, Carson, Dobb' s, LeFurgey. Fourth Row: Key, Graham, Bivins, Mann, Coker, Hinshaw. 67 Mr. Roy Russell leads the Clee Club in a song as pianist Barbara Cockerharn plays. l Lombo f l 1 l Left to right: Van Antwerp, Mr. Russell, Carter, Freeman. Second row: Brown, Harrell, Prevette, Cooke. M ci I o r e He s 68 Bond Drum Major Ball and Majorettes Copeland, Harris, Keesee. 11 A 'll c Lia., Ink 5 L 5 .WF . 215-25 ' heat 4 li'-"1 w as-an ur. ',. MI' vf ' 1"-P 'WV ta w' v . r.. .,t .uv . ,. .. . . . P r. me 25, 1 ,LM wmv 'Iv.f- ' " 1 f-lin.. u . ill-I First Row: Aldridge, R. Cockerham, Cockerham, Caither, Cooke, Harris, Copeland, Ball, Lawrence, Eldridge, Harris, C. Harris, Gentry, Hayes, Templeton, Harrell, Powers, Shores, Thompson, Van Antwerp. Haynes. Second Row: Hudson, Atkinson, Russell, Director, Keesee, Glee Club First Row: Pearson, Leinhack, Aldridge, Mann, Doekery, Coker, Terrell. Second Row: Plaster, Thompson, Buxton, Key, Southard, A, Eldridge, Trzmsou, Nixon. Hutchinson. Third How: K. Hayes, E. Hayes, Simmons, B. Coekerham, Centry, Jolley, Lawrence, 1. Cockerham D. Eldridge, Cooper, NVagoner. Fourth How: Mr. Russell, Carter, Settle, Cooke, R. Cockerham, Burchette. .. . wp, Garden Club ,ig j me Wm' " may if ,fir 0 0 To stimulate interest in the beauty , f, of nature . . . our beloved Mrs. Whitaker . . . flower shows . . . pictures. SANDRA SALE ,,,. ....... P resident MEG HARRIS . . , ,.,. Vice President ANN MCNEIL ....rr..,...... Secretary MARY A. FOX ..,....,...... Treasurer MARGARET PRICE, .Yearbook Chairman First Row: Price, Sale, Harris, McNeil, Fox, Plaster, Wheeler. Second Row: Long, Collins, Shepherd, Dillion, Waring, Davis, Mann, Harris, Graham, Dobbins Alexander, Sagar, Weaver, Kirkman. Library Assistants Help the students find books, information, etc .... straighten library . . . attractive bulletin boards . . . checkout books . . . overdue books . . . library fines. MISS ANN SEBASTIAN Head Librarian Sitting: Francis, Ball. Standing: Mauldin, Cardwell, Byrd. 70 Debating Club Debating . . . accentuate the positive . . . eliminate the negative . . . latch-on to the affirmative . . . don't mess with "Mr. In-Between" CML Atwelll. Bus Drivers Left to Right: Parker fAdvisorl, Kennedy, Byrd, Har- ris, Hayes, Poplin. Otfice Assistants "May I have your attention, please?" . . . "Any absentees?" . . . Mercury messengers, Elkin High Telephone Answering Service! Left to Right: Dillon, McNeil, Adkinson, Atwell lAdvisorl. Sitting: Lankford. First Row, Left to Right: Mauldin, Royall Burchette, Roberts, Sparks. Back How: Adkins, Hall, Jolley Gentry, Combs, Smith. 3 I ca MRS. ALICE ELMORE Director Ccaperettes From left to right - Page, A. Plaster, Sale, K. Myers, Royall, Jolley, Fox, Mc:Nc-il, H. Harris, Mann, Henderson, LeFurgey, Price, M. Harris, Graham, Salmons, Sagar, Weaver, Wilmoth, Terrell, Bivins, Dillon, F. Myers, Transou. M. PLASTER and J. HAYNES Managers 72 First Row: Mitchell, Hines, Irion, Atkinson, Metz. Second Row: Reece, Templeton, Walker, Page, Thompson, Leinback, S. Foster, Eller. Third Row: Martin, R. Alexander, Ellis, John- son, Ford, I. Foster, Harding, Garland. Fourth Row: Miller, H. Alexander, F. Mounce, Kirk- man, Centry, Cochran, Royall. Fifth Row: Yarboro, Harris, Folger, Atkinson, Swaim, Har- rell, Nicks. To assist the physical department com- mittee and the physical director in car- rying out the objectives of the physical department of the Y.M.C.A. Leaders Club Music Club First Row: Harris, Plaster, Dillion, McNeil. Second Row Craham, Kirkman. Third Row: Candle, M. Harris, Dobbins Sagar. Fourth Row: Salmon, XVaring, Chatham, LeFurgey Mann. Fifth Row: XVeaver, Alexander, Price, Sale. Sixth Hou' Freeman, Atkinson. music, music . . . headed by Annie. l 73 J To stimulate an interest in the arts . . . music, , ,f ' " . SANDRA SALE Editor gb Q 52 'mf MEC HARRIS Circulation NANCY MOUNCE Sports Editor MARY ALICE FOX Advertising Editor MIRIAM NICKS Business Manager ,v 'ggi'-in if wad., MARGARET PRICE EDDIE WILES Feature and Art Editor Class Editor WHERES Sandra . the following plctures wlll be made today C . Cow- boys and Indlans r . the executlve type , , , will We ever meet a deadline? Emo FREED Photography Editor FRED MATHIS Sports Editor ANNE PLASTER Copy and Proof ROBERT CRISSMAN Advisor Features 3: ' Y 5 HOHECOYIIMG- -- DHNCES... PHRHDES N U 01-fl Homecoming Q u e e n MISS PATRICIA ANNE PLASTER Football Homecoming Queen of 1962 76 Q Homecoming Attenclonts Chosen by fellow classmen, these girls represent part of the 1962 Elkin High School Homecoming Court. OLENE PHILLIPS Senior PRISCILLA WILMOTH I unior 77 g , I PAM COX Sophomore WILLIE SUE ROYALL Freshman JANE CATON Eighth Grade ftvfs, 1:3545 MARGARET PRICE Student Council MIRIAM NICKS Beta Club FAYE MOUNCE G.A.A. MEG HARRIS MARY ALICE FOX Music Club Garden Club SANDRA SALE Tn Hz Y CARROLL WHITE TONI IOLLEY D.O. Club Monogram Club PAT LONG D.E. Club Queen's Court WANDA COOPER F.H.A. ROSEMARY ALEXANDER JAMIE TRANSOU Leader s Club Alpha Tn H 1 Y "The Most Beautiful Attendant!" .4 K z at N N "They didn't have a ghost of a chancel' "The fabulous 'Caparettes' do one of their many routines." T' T T e T T ., ' "Day 6: Day, Inc. lead the cheers." . 1 No. 1 for the third tlmel The 1962 Homecoming Parade proved to be the most successful yet. 79 I I I I I ! I !i is i I U gi N I I v I 'v 'I ll i I I i ii 1 KATIE COLLINS Student Council Representative of the year 1961 Honors ISSJ' f! a f' 2' A -KTM: , ' M f ' .f"""fE LT? ' lfi tv ' IE iigig .,-xx A f Ph ,M -asf If if ,, , "fir" ,A pwqr..- MARY ALICE FOX and MARGARET PRICE Teening Column MARGARET PRICE D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award KATIE COLLINS and ANNE PLASTER Girls' State KATIE COLLINS and KENNETH PARDUE D.E. Club and D.O. Club Presidents CAROLINE DILLON Finalist in Merit Scholarship JANE SHEPHERD C0mPefmfm Betty Crocker Award Q I . , 1 1- JOE BROWN and HAROLD WEATHERMAN Semi-hnalists in Morehead Scholar- ship Competition Aclvertisemenp 7, 5 WY W B? 6 Congratulations to the Students and Faculty of Elkin High School VISIT THE CHATHAM COUNTRY STORE For All Sorts of Bargains Blankets, Upholstery, Apparel Fabrics Woven Rugs, Odds and Ends Compliments Chalfham Manufacturing Company ELKIN, N. C. 82 I O I , I . 4 - ,5en..L C4 -Vw,'ff -og 4.1 ' ol ef. V K , 1 , 1 I , 4, I f ' . ' ' Compliments of 'Reins-'Stulrclivo nf ,- f -v , ' Funerol Home 4 North Wilkesboro, N. C. Compliments of Compliments of MORRISON'S FLOWER SHOP MARTIN'S BAKE SHOP "Flowers for All Occasionsv Telephone 8353140 Florists' Telegraph Delivery Ionesville, North Carolina PHONE 835-4856 Compliments of ABERNETHY'S PHARMACY The REXALL Store 83 f WQWMJJ Sym - Compliments of px' tflv fm E915 M ' McDANIEL'S DEPARTMENT XJ, ,MW lffalq Hdgfv in STORE f MQ! Wa eg 1. M eg wwf N' - Elkin, N. C. M5511 Qt f W1 Nb ,Q-'MNA ffm 0' Compliments of Compliments of B A- E UTY SHOPPE BROWN MACHINE Phone 835-4061 112 Church Street Elkin, N. C. SUPER TIRE SERVICE 'WMP'-E "URN'T'-'RE COMPANY A. D H d h O an u Spet ' Wner Open Each Evening 689 North Bridge Street Until 7:30 Phone 835-4444 Phone 835-2013 Elkifl, N- C- 142 Market Street Compliments of ROYALL-COX AGENCY, INC. 109 North Bridge Street Elkin, N. C. BREN DLE FEED, SEED at HARDWARE Evinrude Motors Lone Star and Glasspar Boats 84 N ' s ,.. - X. 5 -,ef y , . P A - er' .-...Z 4 -V Mx 1 N '-1:. f 1 1. ., 'A -N M J --g , , . , - -..i J s r Cbmpliments of ' x I J X5-' t BENJFRANKLLN 5 8. 1o'e Q ,J TI it--7' 'E "fHome,of'OnwarcI' I 35 M , :I Schqol supplies - . -F-jf I E1kin,N. C. I .J ,Q X .J xg :sr X Ve , 1 T " :Compliments of 2 so SNYDER'S ' rug- , "I 'S' Goodyear-Philco jffn .Zenith-Simplicity Fw-L 'D' ,. 2 Phone 835-2822 J Q 'x FLAMELESS E -mornin ,, 6 llilllllll Aulomalic we many, mx V iv Installation is easy, economical and tai- lored to your particular heating needs. Electric comfort heating provides gentle warmth for unsurpassed comfort, even on winter's coldest days. DUK POWER CQMPANY ' 'sg Q- 9 sl Compliments of CAROLINA BLOOMER CHAPPELL JEWELERS COMPANY Phone 835-4651 209 East Main St. Elkin, N. C. Manufacturer of Elkin, N. C. WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S Compliments of FINE QUALITY LINGERIE ELK PRINTING CO. Elkin, N. C. E9 ,xt 1 I 'H A. X , fl L QQ X "Q A Sf, .- ' is f. My M J V ti FV 'fx 'fo TIS, :jjj ff J , . 'Z ' 3 N ' . f KX -.QV xv' Q 'HV Y YK H, UF Q MBL! X ' , ,J ef? ,-ffvfb ' is' Q F2-1' v-f 1 of W X Aw X' . 3 .Y 4 QB' ,-, 1 Wg, J I J we-,x :J , 2, .I . ,Xl .- " " A' RQ, - 1, fb- 2 Q j' Q 3' 5, e A , j xi , .1 .X ,L RL,-,L Xl? " Q f. yi' Q 4' J ' WV. 1 -JY Compliments of .J v . QQ: jx' 1 I - " X HJ ' 7 Q ' '17 he cn I n o u r s X, rl 'II' " X 'J X 1 fi 7' 3 A Modern De artment Store , P ,x' , ,ws YL Elkirl, N. C. Compliments of NORMAN'S MEN sl-lor H8 We Main St- Bun.olNG AND LOAN Phone 835-2118 ASSOCIATICN ELKIN-JONESVILLE JQNESVILLE DRUGS J, H, 5555074 Walgreen Agency Phone 835-2119 Ionesville Shopping Center Elkin, N. Cl Phone 835-3024 S6 f, 4"E'f fZ2f '45-4 p-"" Compliments of "C eW Jr, -1 ' ' fic, 1 , Rocsns sl-los sl-lor f DwEEEEg ' J Main Street Elkin, N. C. 0r" 'LTR-353 X'f:Zfr5if " , E F. W. CHEVROLET, INC. S1-QRE Elkin, N. C. Sales and Super Service Wrecker Service 835-2165, Phone "Shoes For Everyone" West Main Street Phone 835-2029 W. M. WALL 11-ZWELER Watch and jewelry Repaired Elkin, Mt. Airy, N. Wilkesboro North Carolina Compliments of HOLCOMB BROTHERS INC. Phone 845-1251 lSENHOUR'S JEWELRY Gifts That Last Main Street Elkin, N. C. Compliments of MITCHELL'S FIVE 81 TEN Ionesville, N. C. Compliments of Compliments of HALL-KNOTT 81 JOE G. BIVINS EDWARDS INSURANCE AGENCY 117 E, Main Street Elkin, N. C. ROSE 81 DAY, INC. Pontiac-Lark-Vauxhall Sales and Service Phone 835-1831 24-Hour-VVrecker-Service Compliments of LAWRENCE DRY CLEANERS Elkin, N. C. Compliments of BLACKWELDER FURNITURE COMPANY ..- ..,z if .4 x W , . The Home of Quality Furniture ' Fon LESSA MONEY' , s J ' : f 7- mga, , Open til P. M., ' ' V . fi X 'C 'X- xx -Elkiix-8359167 Ionesville-835-1424 1 ff , 1 Y- .111 -I ,..:.., 1 C .F .12 I ' 1--J! 1' f . X .Q .J ' . f , Ay C 5 5 COCKERHAM BARBER -f -r ' .1 ' Compliments of' SHOP ' 1 Y . , " .4 E. E. Templeton-G. D, Calloway A1 ' "" 1 Co-owners .Mg f ' Q" 115 N. Bridge St. Phone 835-8719 ' , Elkin, N- C- a,l ! Compliments of SU RRY TRACTOR COMPANY North Bridge Street Elkin, N. C. Compliments of HARRIS 81 WAGGONER, INC Elkin's and North XVilkesboro's Leading Clothiers Elkin and North XVilkesboro, N. C. Compliments of KLONDIKE FARM Elkin, N. C. Serving Elkin, Ionesville, And NVinston-Salem areas With KLONDIKE GOLDEN GUERNSEY MILK Finest Produced Anywhere At Your Favorite Store Or For Home Delivery Call 835-4232 COCKERHAM STUDIO AND PHOTO SERVICE WVedding-Portrait- Commercial Phone 835-3309 DAVIS INSURANCE AGENCY For Protection "We're proud of our claims departmentl' State Building Phone 835-2944 Elkin, N. C. Compliments of ELKIN BARBER SHOP 106 W. Main St. Phone 835-3864 Elkin, N. C. Compliments of HOTEL ELKIN North Bridge Street Ellcin, N. C. Phone 835-3623 Compliments of CASH 8' CARRY J. c. PENNEY co. STORES, INC. Phone 835-1850 - 108 E. Main St. VVholesa1e Groceries KEHC. , M M d And Notions ms ost O em Phone 835-4405 Dept. Store" Elkin, N. C. I1 Wilkeslooro Zi uf Compliments of Firestone SPEAS HOME 81 AUTO WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY SUPPLY Philco Dry Cleaning 103 East Main, Phone 835-4653 'QLWMAQ m,,.,,s...f J. .SHEPHERD INFQJLEONST TI' Nl MXDJ: LJ-0--Q.. Lawn ' pdqlci, ROSE'S 5, 10 s. zsc ' Phone 835-25 1 ' QLSlLXMLJ. QNQommercia ntial Building F.H.A., V.A., 6: onventiona gh? fgesl Matiasegaanta' 5 Compliments of STORE School Supplies Main Street Elkin, N. C. JL Z FOOD TOWN STORES C0mPlimef1fS Of "Serving You Better, the Saving You Morel' Conveniently Located Y. C. A. in jonesville Shopping Center k E1 in, N. C. We Give Family Stamps ELKIN BUSINESS COLLEGE For Complete Car Care "The Gateway to Business Success" See Complete Courses in 8. Individual Subjects Including IBM card Punch Machine D . 260 E. Main sr. State Bulldlng Phone 835-4912 Elkin, North Carolina Hb? AMA BARNETTE'S cuns MARKET 35-f0Q11.QiiiGER M01-OR Standard Street Z cv Variety of Table Wines l ' jaaiwi 5 or , ac n, 1 ercury Famous Brands ' Premium Beer Coal and Wood Free Delivery Service 2 eaiie and Sales Phone 835-2861 Elkin, N. C. JM 91 SWAlM'S GULF SERVICE Culf Gasoline-Oil-Greases MATHIS-PARDUE FURNITURE COMPANY Simonizing Hotpoint Appliances Registered Lubrication and Phone 835-4655 Zenith Televisions 215 N. Bridge Street . Elkin, N. C. Elkm' N' C' Compliments of ELK PHARMACY Luke and Dwayne Irwin Phone 835-26:21 Elkin, N. C. Always At Your Service Compliments of WEST ELKIN GRILL Elkin, N. C. Compliments of LOWE'S OLDSMOBILE, INC. Phone 835-2-111 OLDSMOBILE-CMC TRUCKS WHITE BROTHERS Blocks and Building Materials Steel Casernents Aluminum Wlindows XVell, Road, and Drain Tile Phone 835-30:25 Boonville Highway Compliments of B U D'S ESSO lNest Elkin Elkin, N. C. Compliments of MARTIN FLOOR COVERING CO. Ionesville, N. C. ,. f 49" z." 5 . If f , .' , ' ,. 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Phone 835-3434 SPRINKLE SERVICE Tire Recapping- Sinclair Products Goodyear Tires and Batteries 302 E. Main St. Phone 835-1996 Elkin, N. C. Compliments of ALEXANDER-STEVENSON FUNERAL HOME Phone 835-2424 Elkin, N. C. WILLIAM F. HARTSELL INVESTMENTS Interstate Securities Corp. Member of Midwest Stock Exchange Brokers-Dealers in Listed and Over-the-Counter-Stocks Northwestern Bank Bldg. Elkin, N. C Phone Office 835-2039 Res. 835-3642 Compliments of MAIN STREET PURE OIL SERVICE STATION Elkin, N. C. 'Spf j f dwg- 4 6 A5444 cf. 44 WWW! JAZLQWWJMX 'M , , f-7"LfwZ02, Elkln FUFDIIUITSFCO I Manufacturers of Bedroom Furniture B1 l I, A N . ,Z A- T ' I . 1. .SPQNSTQRS Il' ,, uw ' , 1 I , 1 - L n - ' I I " I 'I' ' - D-IIICLAUDEL A. MENEILL " 8 ' f HARRIS ELECTRIC co. DR. .R. R. BOREN DR. M. 0. Fox DR. V. W. TAYLOR DR. RR. NICKS DR. W. B. REEVRS DR. HAL M. STUART THOMASSON FLORIST E. RAYMOND WOLFR I. C. DOBBINS CO. DOBBINS OIL CO. WALKER'S 5 61 IOC STORE HOME FURNITURE CO. 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