Elon College High School - Echoes Yearbook (Elon, NC)

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H - .-v q. as R s-. an L. 4-, -- A l vc' ' N '-' ' ' N X. Linda Williams Lynda Daniels Sue Burge Sid Boone 1 A , A -we ' X Aww- "" viii 'B K ' A is Q.. ,. 'Q ... , X 'Q Q Y ' gp xy ', ' KEN 'L , Joann Sghmidt Rena Tickle Hal Brown Jackie Parker Betty Barnhardt Carl Moricle yr t x xx . , -14 X ...W .. re "9 . - , f Xa, X fa' N, 6.4 -,I - .: , :Vw ,y ,K A - , Z ll, . 4 fm f 1 , x, A Q Judy Wagoner Linda Smith Frances Litten Pete Petersen is V X Q E W V H l X' ,:f,k2l"4Q,-S'- ,-x- ' .NY '5 r 3' wx - .x '."' I ,. ., M11 ,uk aim N , W iii P T W- if J .ww X 1 r 4 . Q 1 x.. , 5. L ' I - - 5 K. 'L eff' QE, L' f-fxf me . I N , .ax . ff' 'UA I tf in 'f PRINCIPAL ELEMENTARY PRINCIPAL Kenneth S. Clem Mrs. Betty Bowman PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE In this fast moving, 20th century era, can your attitude towards learning and mastery of subject mat- ter be compared to that which your beloved parents and grandparents had at your age? Are you curious about things? Do you ask questions and seek out ans- wers from those whom you know can help you? High schoolstudents have lots ofquestions. They also seem to think they have all the answers, many times. Ta.ke care not to hide behind this false security. Your teachers and peers are constantly looking for the best in you and rejoice when they see your accomplish- ments. Your school seeks at all times to discover your hidden potentials. Give it a chance! Someone has said, "Education is emancipation from herd opinion, self mastery, suspended judgment, urbanity. A LIB- ERAL EDUCATION frces the mind from the servitude ofthe crown, and vulgar self interest." How wellwill you be able to fit into this formula? Most any boy can tell you how many pounds he can lift or how fast he can run fifty yards, but rare indeed can one be found who has any conception of his intell- ectual muscle. Most young people have no idea of their great po- tential. There are countless numbers who stand at the edge of learning, but who do no more than go through the motions of getting it-maybe just stick in a sam- pling toe. Where are the adults who are saying to the youth of today, "You are better than you think you are. You can be a doctor, lawyer, clergyman, physicist, engin- eer, teacher, philosopher. There is a college for you. Lift up your sights. That is the great stillness in ed- ucation today." Kenneth S. Clem fp, WW" S VJ MLLUJJ i J FACULTY VW- Mr - ckeniuSS s. Mm . rs' Margafei :Qu Mr. Eddie Hughes, Jr. Mr. W. E. Lowe Mage Hook M Engh Science, Physical Ed. Social Studies and and Boys' Basketball Driver Training . ""' f' ' ' 'ICNQ -'UW ,I X. ,5 5 i Mrs. Barbara Mrs. W. B. Terrell Business English a.nd French 'fix "' , N Y- , 8.8 U' A, ll' N, J f by :J PX Q , u.':"':lu ' LI sz-- . 2555553555: ug una. ' new-- g,5,'vluu!x an-,,l--' on ,lf funny g1n.n:12 A 'I vu 9"5 N' ," ."'0... 4-'S.:::::.. fs i 1 ' :- ----gi A .-1:t::::::::: t "" A "I-'::::::::5.:' K 9 ' ' E'-'BYE 5. Lucy mic5 Mrs. Leslie Johnston Mrs. Janet Isle Mrs' N- R MT ECOQO I Y . Frank Home Public School Music Physics and Biology SeCreg3-ry S I l A605 f 'Ag g 'g ' J M Mr. J. Mark McAdams Chairman 'O fr ff?'E9i,E'5 ,ll Lai' I a, . '+ v V f-.1 . lx . , ' " X .3 ' 1 ' ' SCHOOL BOARD ' K f , A X I f I Y . A-.-R I. x- 4 N Mr. J. W' White Mr. L. J. Whit6Se1l 'g Q,-. .- . ... xi L. Mr. T. A. Boland Mrs. A. G. Thompson, Jr. N 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J AVIBAHG 5 A Ln" "fl1a,,wMu.', .KJ ,.w"""""' 'A I-'JIM i MM 44... 9 . , ann. w .umnafali-"A" V? w , W .. v ff3,yLi,i', 'sl A. J N . , 1. -'fr-'M .1-, ? ,.1., "W'3JS.N,.,fN1"ff:1ht' D Q-,,...,,A. r - sua , gif!! f 5 I l' D 4...-r DAVID ALFRED ANDES "David" 'I would rather a thousand times to die vith glory than to live without honor." Student Council l,2,3,45 Secretary 25 Vice ?resident 35 President 45 Basketball 1,2, 3,45 Co-Captain 3,45 Monogram Club 2,3, ,L5 National Honor Society 2,3545 News- uaper 2,3545 Sports Editor 35 Driver's Training 25 Science Club 35 Debating Team 35 Treasurer 35 Junior Class Play5 Min- strel 25 Office Worker 45 Glee Club 45 ivlarshal 15 Alamance County "Boy of the fear" 1. BILLY FRED BROWN "Butch" "A rolling stone gathers no moss," Driver's Training 25 I-Ii-Y 15 Industrial Arts 25 Minstrel 25 Science Fair 1,25 Basketball 15 Assistant Manager Base- ball 1. -vis 9 'Ge '. X , 35 PAMELA SUE BOONE lvpamvv "Busy as a bee." F.H.A. l,2,3,45Vice-President 35 F.T.A. 3,45 President 45 Homeroom President 15 Student Council 25 Tri-I-Ii-Y 2,35 Softball 3, Driver s Training 1, Office Worker 3, SARAH ELIZABETH BARNES "Sissie" "We are not here to get all we can out of life for ourselves, but to try to make the lives of others happier." Transfer 45 F.T.A. 45Tri-Hi-Y 45 F.l-l.A. 4. HAL REID BROWN nHa1.. "Man doth not live by bread alone." Annual Staif 1,2,3,45 Sports Editor 45 Glee Club 45 Student Council 45 Industrial Arts 1,25 Minstrel 25 I-Iomeroom Presi- dent 15 Superlative. Minstrel 25 Junior Playg Superlative. - ,,.,'-2515 ITV . vi--x .. -5- , 4, 'M ,,..-naw . ii' PALMER HARVEY BURCH HPB.1ITlEI"' "A heart of gold has he." Transfer 25 Minstrel 25 Superlatives. JACKIE NOBLE CALDWELL "Cosmo" "We shall fight on the beach." Basketball 15 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Awards 2,3545 All County 35 Captain 35 Monogram Club 3,45 Vice-President Homeroom 15 Homeroom President 25 Minstrel 25 Hi- Y 15 Industrial Arts 15 Superlative. 3 5 - .ps as f 'vu I . BOBBY JAMES BURGESS "Bobby" "In sleep all men are equal." Basketball 45 Baseball 3,45 Track 3,45 Minstrel 25 Superlative. CAROL SUE BURGE Hsue.. "She walks in beauty, like the night of cloudless chimes and starry skies." Class Secretary 15 Vice-President 35 Annual Staff 2,3,45 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 F.T.A. 35 Glee Club 2,3,45 "Miss Fall Festival" 25 Waitress Jr. Sr. 15 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Typist Annual 35 Business Manager 45 lst. Run- ner-up "Miss Elon" Contest 35 Cheer- leader 45 Minstrel 25 Drivers' Training 15 Office Worker 45 Co-Snapshot Editor 25 Superlative. SHIRLEY THELMA CROUSE "Shirley" "The happiest person is the person who thinks the most interesting thoughts. F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45 Debating Club 35 Glee Club 3,45 Minstrel 2. il S5 qw r' Q . fi 36- 40 -1-...A LYNDA KATHRYN DANTELS .myndau "Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep." Class Reporter 15 Vice-President 25 Sec- retary 35 Runner-up Miss Elon 25 Annual Staff 2,3,45 Assistant Typist 35 Associ- ate Editor 45 Minstrel 25 Junior Play5 Waitress Jr. Sr. Banquet 15 Driver's Training 15 F.H.A. 15253545 Glee Club 2, 3,45 F.T.A. 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Newspaper5Art Editor 45 Office Work- er 35 Sunerlative. GLENN AUSTIN GOSS "Goose" "l am in earnest. I will not excuse. I will not retreat a single inchg and I will be heard. Basketball l,2,3,45 Baseball 1,253,115 Track 35 Monogram Club 2,3,45 Athletic Council 3,45 Vice-President 45 Class President 35 Class Reporter 15 Bus Dri- ver 35 Minstrel 25 Junior Playg Office Worker 35 Hi-Y 15 Industrial Arts 25 Su- perlative. lv ji ,,,.,,..... I ' Sa- an-""""' KENNETH CY FERRELL, JR. v-Ken.. "I feel a feeling which I feel you will feel. Basketball 253,45 Baseball 3,45 Track 35 Track Award 35 F.H.A. 45 Marshal 25 Senior Class Presidentg Minstrel 25 Home-room Treasurer 25 Glee Club 45 In- dustrial 1,25 Hi-Y 15 Superlative. 1 n 'K ELDRIDGE BERNSTEIN DUNKLEY, JR. "Dunk" "Give an inch, take a mile." Homeroom Secretary 1,25 Shop 1,25 In- dustrial School 35 Bus Driver Substitute 2,3,45 Baseball 1,45 Minstrel 25 Track 35 Hi-Y 15 Superlative. JANICE DAWN HENSLEY "Janice" "Be at their wits' end." F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Treasurer 25 Homeroom Treasurer 25 Basketball Manager 25 Tri- Hi-Y 3,45 Secretary 45 Glee Club 3,45 Vice-President 35 Library Worker 35 Driver's Training 25 Minstrel 25 Super- lative. fb Q. 'T' jk 35 MELBA KAYE HENSLEY BESSIE LEE HOLT "Melba" "A soft answer turneth away wrath." F.i-i.A. 1,2,3,4g F.T.A. 44 Glee Club 1,2, 3,4g Minstrel 2. ANNIE SUE JOHNSON "Sue" "Plying her needle St thread--Stitch, Stitch, Stitch." Basketball 2,3,4g Glee Club 2,3g Softball lg F.H.A. 1,33 Monogram Club 49 Minstrel , ' x 5:14 "Bessie" "I'll tell the world." Student Council 25 F.H.A. 1,2,3g Minstrel 25 Library Worker 2,3,4. DONNA GAYLE JOHNSON "Donna" "Long loved, long woo'd, and lately won." Glee Club 2,33 F.H.A. l,2,3, F.T.A.1g Minstrel 25 Softball 1. 'L WILLIAM RUSSELL HUGHES, JR. "Bill" "In the multitude of counsellors there is safety." Class Treasurer lg I-Ii-Y lg Basketball Manager 1,29 Timekeeper 25 Baseball Manager lg Scorekeeper lg Science Fair l,3g Driver's Training lg Minstrel 2g Monogram Club 2,35 V.I.C. Club 45 Ath- letic Council 25 Driving-Rodeo 35 Junior Playp Industrial School 4. 5 Q.. I ,V I X 7- -5. I A JUDITH ANN KELLEY 5 nvjud .1 Y Nln her tongue is the law of kindness." N '.H.A. 15253545 Softball 15 Glee Club 2,35 ' 5 Minstrel 25Junior Play5 Student Coun- 113,45 Treasurer 45 F.T.A. 45 Super- Q ative. DA VID VERNON LASSITER 1 "David" iI'l1 not budge an inch." 1 lilee Club 45 Basketball 15 Driver's Train- 5 ng 15 Junior P1ay5 Minstrel. I il 1 i ll fi' i nl Z 1 'F ifl ....,,... HPV" JOSEPH KERMIT KING nJOe.. "It is better to live one day as a lion than a hundred years as a sheep." Bus Driver 2535 Minstrel Show 2. I 9 57' CAROL ANN KERNODLE "Cricket" "Rome was not builtin a day5 but neither was l." Monogram Club 3545 Secretary 45 F.H.A. 15253545 Treasurer 45 FTA 2,3545 Minstrel 25 Cheerleader 3,45 Substitute 25 Tri-Hi- Y 253,45 Glee Club 45 Library Worker 35 Superlative. BONN'lE ROE LONGEST "Bonnie" I'll do my duty, and leave the rest to heaven." F.H.A. 15253545 Parliamentarian 35 FTA 15253545 Vice-President 45 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Driver's Training 25 Basketball 35 Soft- ball 1, 35 Glee Club 3,45 Secretary- Treasurer 45 Office Worker 25 Library Worker 15 Debating Team 35 Minstrel 25 Superlative5 Honor Society 45 First Prize in Essay contest 3. vu mb ,. x JOE E LLIS LOY ulloeu "Make hay while the sun shines." Bus Driver 3,4g Minstrel 2. JOE DEAN QUEEN "Dean" "Honesty is the best policy." Transfer 2, Minstrel 2, Baseball 3,4 'E ,Tx I I I f ' Q1 ' ff . I ff' MICHAEL WILBURN PHILLIPS "Mike" "Eat and be merry." Class President lg Manager of Baseball and Basketball teams 1,25 Timekeeper 3, Monogram Club 2,33 National Honor So- ciety 2,3,4g Vice-President4,Newspaper, Assistant Editor 3g Editor 4, Science Club 3,43 Vice-President 3, Driver's Training 1, Student Council 4, Parliamentarian County Student Council 43 Minstrel Z, Recipient ofthe W.O.W. American History Award 3, Science Fair Award l,3, Super- latives. GEORGE LEE MORNINGSTAR "George" "Sport Royal." Class Vice-President 1, Class Treasurer 35 Basketball 2,3,4, Basketball Co-Cap- taln 4' Baseball 2,3,4g Monogram Club 2 3,45 fresident 4, National Honor Society 1 3,45 Minstrel 23 Driver's Training 35 Glee Club 43 Marshal 3, Track 3, Super- lative. REBECCA IRENE RUMLEY 3 "Becky" I "The sweetest sound of all is praiseff Minstrel 25 F.H.A. l,2, Glee Club 1,2qg Superlative. I I ini K ii: , ll L1 ll .l H ll lr 5 JOANN DOROTHY SCHMIDT HJC., "Friends, not glory, have been her aim." I' Waitress Jr,Sr. Banquet 15 F.H.A. 152,45 lDriver's Training 25 Glee Club 2,45 Min- fl strel 25 Annual Staff 2,3,45 Co-Art Editor ,I 35 Co-Circulation Manager 45 Monogram Club 3,45 Basketball 2,3,45 Co-Captain 45 'Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45 Sergeant-at-Arms 35 'lPresident 45 Office Worker 25 Library -Worker 1, F,T.A. 1,2,3,45 Vice-President 35 Softball 2,35 Debating Team 3. RUBY GAIL SMITH "Gail" "A land flowing with milk and honey is rhers." lClass Treasurer 45 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Tri- ll-li-Y 3,45 Vice-President 45 Debating lClub 35 Glee Club 3,45 National Honor So- l ciety 3,45 Minstrel 25 Hat Check Girl at 3,Jr. Sr. 25 Cheerleader 45 Superlative. i7"""' 'X X. 52' Qggf'7' , FREDA ANN SETZER "Freda" "Snug as a bug in a rug." Class Secretary 45 F.H.A.1,2,3,45 Presi- dent 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Tri- Hi-Y 3,45 Chaplain 45 Debating Team 3 Glee Club 3,45 Driver's Training 35 Min- strel 2. JUDITH MARIE STEELE "Judy" "Neat, not gaudy!" Waitress Jr. Sr. Banquet 15 Driver's Training 15 Basketball 1,2,35 F.H.A. l,2, 3,45 Secretary 35 Minstrel 25 Tri-Hi-Y '2,3,45 Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Vice-Presi- dent of Glee Club 4, Glee Club 2,3,45 Junior Play. 1 N 'F Mr-' CAROLYN FRANCES SMITH "Chinese" "Live and let live." F.H.A. 1,2,45 Softball 1,25 Basketball 25 Glee Club 35 Minstrel 25 Driver's Train- ing 2. 1 ff- 'CT' 4 in, JOHN DAVID THOMPSON "David" "Laugh and be merry." Bus Driver 2,3545 Science Club 3,45 County Science Fair 35 Glee Club 45 4-H Club I, 2,35 Minstrel 2. SAMUEL TILDEN WEBSTER III "Sam" "All the world loves a lover." Monogram Club 2,3545 Athletic Council 45 Class Treasurer 25 Minstrel 25 Junior Playg Student Council 15 Baseball l,2,3,45 Bus Driver 1,25 Glee Club 45 Oifice Work- er 15 Hi-Y 15 Drivers' Training 15 Trade School 35 Industrial Arts 15 Superlatives. ,Q Y Q: If X t I 1 DAVID FOSTER WAGONER "Mange" "Look before you leap!" Drivers' Training 15 Hi-Y 15 Industrial Arts 152,35 Basketball 15 Homeroom Treasurerlg Office Worker 2,35 Library Worker 45 Track 35 Minstrel 2. Q hx Oi RENA GALE TICKLE "Rena" "Character is simply a habit long con- tinued." Waitress Jr. Sr. 15 F.H.A. 1,2,45 Drivers' Training 15 Glee Club 2,45 Class Presi- dent 25 Minstrel 25 Annual Staff 15253545 Sports Editor 25 Business Manager 35 Advertising Editor 45 N.H.S. 253,45 Presi- dent 45 Newspaper Staff 3,45 Sports Editor 35 Monogram Club 2,3,45 Athletic Council 45 BestAll-Around Student Award 35 Chief Marshal 35 Miss Echoes 45 Monogram Club Treasurer 45 Basketball 1,253,415 Co- Captain 45 Superlatives. DANNY CRAIG WHITAKER "Danny" "Those who do not complain are never pitied." Debating Club 35 Glee Club 45 Class Vice- President 45 Office Worker 2,45 Minstrel 25 Industrial Arts 15 Superlative. 1 ,ew ir- l f -. .in Q 54s YT' 5 . '75 YTIIH' ANITA LOUISE WHITE "Nita" "Since her talent is widely known, she will never stand a1one." F.T.A. 1,2,3,45 Secretary 25 F.H.A. l,2, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45 Treasurer 45 National Honor Society 2,3545 Secretary 3,45 N.H. S. Newspaper Staff 3,45 Glee Club 2,45 Driver's Training 25 Debating Team 35 Minstrel 25 Waitress Jr.-Sr. Banquet 15 Basketball Scorekeeper 45 Superlative. LEWIS WISE WILBORN "Lewis" "Nothing can bring you peace but your- self." Baseball 1,45 Shop 15 Substitute Bus Dri- ver 3. ..--'N s S79 iw- iv' DAVID LEE WHITE HAI., "lt is better to learn later than never." Basketball 1,25 Hi-Y 15 Minstrel 25 Track 3,45 Driver's Training 15 Industrial School 35 Baseball 1,2,4. LINDA JOYCE WILLIAMS "Linda" "Her graciousness and sweetness will long be remembered." Waitress Jr.-Sr. 15 Marshal 1,25Home- room Secretary 15 F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Soft- ball 2,35 Biology Award 25 Basketball 1, 2,35 Songleader 3,45 Miss F.H.A. 45 Min- strel 25 Driver's Training 25 Class Sec- retary 25 Office Worker 25 Glee Club 2, 3,45 Miss Glee Club 25 President 35 Junior Play5 N.H.S. 3,45 Newspaper Staff 3,45 F.T.A. 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 Annual Staff 2,3, 45 Feature Editor 35 Co-Snapshot Editor 25 Editor 45 Superlatives. ill-'S "' y--1 .rf-L F 1 , J 'fli-1 'O P fl ' in I I FK vb 'B 0 ' 1. rw 9' '- ' . , - , f 1 Y X ...' 'YA' L,-511' fs' ' , Q 'v ',,i4 - 1Av't?gL:'.,fuvQ5' L Ilia- 1'...Jn an L ' 2' . M, R T.. .J 1 ,- ' -- KP. : A--k v? Q Qi mf fag mmf-Qmmf !Q59-!96'0 ,v-x Z, A 2 iv -7-,q.-,, CLASS HISTORY We, the Seniors of Elon College High School, began our Freshman year nervous and scared. Four years ago, early one morning in September, 1958, we started our high school years. They were to be- come the happiest and most exciting years of our life. After searching the halls for our classrooms, we finally became familiar with our routine. We sincerely and gra- ciously thank Mrs. W. B. Terrell and Mr. Clyde Boswell for getting us started in our freshman year of high school. As we became more familiar with the school routine we chose the following class officers: President-Mike Phillips, Vice- President-George Morningstar,Secretary- Sue Burge, Treasurer-Bill Hughes. When we returned in the fall of the next year, we were happy and refreshed Sopho- mores, ready to tackle another year of hard work and enjoyment. We again were gracious to Mrs. W. B. Terrell and Mr. Gerald Johnson for their excellent help and guidance. This time our selection for c la s s offi c e r s were: President-Rena Tickle, Vice - President - Lynda Daniels, Secretary - Linda Williams, Treasurer- Sam Webster. It was during this year that we began our money-making projects, for we were warned that events of our Junior and Senior years would require quitea bank roll. We sponsored two skating parties, after which we had many bruises and aching muscles. The time passed quickly, for we were Juniors before we knew it. Our wonderful and beautiful Southern Plantation Junior- Senior Prom was inspiring us as we were working very hard to raise money to pay for our supplies. One of our money-making projects, a play called "Pest Guest," was a big success. We also sponsored a Val- entine Dance--which turned out to be a St. Patrick's Day dance. The dance had to be postponed so many times because of the heavy snow! Cape Canaveral had nothing on us Juniors--for while our government worked on the Satelite, we began our launching with the selection of our class officers: President-Glenn Goss, Vice-President- Sue Burge, Secretary - Lynda Daniels, Treasurer-George Morningstar. As the year came to a close, a dream of each Junior was realized . . . the owning of his own class ring. Finally the long-awaited moment ap- peared when the name "Mighty Seniors" was bestowed upon us. We elected our class officers as follows: President-Ken Ferrell, Vice-President-Danny Whitaker, Secretary-Freda Setzer, Treasurer-Gail Smith. The thought of leaving "Dear Ole Elon" and of what the future held was frightening, but we were encouraged by Mrs. Margaret Muckenfuss and Mrs. W.B. Terrell. We were very busy the first part of the year raising money for our wonderful Senior Trip. Last, but not at all least, was gradu- ation night, the most unforgettable night of our lives, although it was sad ..... Each step that led us on our long way up was hard, but because each person did his share, the efforts have been worth while. These four years have been wonder- ful and full of happiness. Friendships that have been formed will never die. We tearfully leave "Dear Ole Elon High," but we always will hold a place in our hearts for our wonderful school. Historian Danny Whitaker gr:--1-Y-f - CLASS POEM Life is but a wayward pathg Everyone must walk his own. So here we are at one sharp turng Our senior year has gone. Life is truly a long, long road, And we should receive the best. But on our journey down the lane, We should remember all the rest. For with fellow man we must live, And should help through every year. Remember to give .the person next door A smile, a hand, and a cheer. Credit is given where it is dueg Our teachers and parents receive mine. For without their help from year to year We would not have arrived at this time. 7 Farewell old Elon High Schoolg May your walls ever be here. We leave you now with happy hearts- A laugh, a sigh, a tear. Class Poet Bill Hughes CLASS FLOWER CLASS COLORS CLASS MOTTO LAST WILL A D TESTAME T Elon College Alamance County North Carolina We, the graduating class of Elon College High School. in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and sixty-one, do will and bequeath our treasured possess- ions in this our Last Will and Testament. ARTICLE I To our Alma Mater, Elon College High School, we leave our deep and sincere appreciation for the op- portunities of knowledge and friendship that we have acquired here. ARTICLE II To Mrs. Terrell we extend our deepest gratitude for the interest and leadership she has shown us these past four years. We also wish to thank Mrs. Mucken- fuss for her guidance in our senior year. ARTICLE III To the faculty, we leave our deepest appreciation for their help in our studies, our social activities, and in all our problems. ARTICLE IV To the Student Body, we leave our undying love for Elon High and hope that they will have as many happy memories as we have had. ARTICLE V I, David Andes, leave my greatest admiration to anyone who can understand himself and his fellowman. I, Sarah Barnes, leave my typewriter to sister Doris, hoping she won't have to wrestle with it asl did! I, Pam Boone, leave all my infatuations to Ma:-1 Litten, hoping I don't have anymore. I, Butch Brown, leave my crazy laugh to the dreary halls of E.H.S. I, Hal Brown, leave my ability to get out of work at annual staff to Carl Moricle. I, Palmer Burch, leave my title of Best Dancer to Rick McAdams. I, Sue Burge, do hereby leave my title as Best Looking to Faye Brown. I, Bobby Burgess, leave my enormous height to Carl Moricle. I, Jackie Caldwell, will my good looks and sleepy ways to Bobby Green. I, Shirley Crouse, leave all my love to Bruce Conklin. I, Lynda Daniels, leave my title as sweetest to Kaaren Brown. I, Eddie Dunkley, leave my title as Biggest Flirt land the girls to go with itl to Doug Humphrey. I, Ken Ferrell, leave my jumprope to Doug Wag- oner fif I "ain't" here to use it!J I, Glenn Goss, will my position as forward to Den- ny Wagoner, hoping he can get along with the referees better than I did. I, Janice Hensley, leave my title as Wittiest to Janie Hyatt. I, Melba Hensley, leave my ability for being late to class to Louise Blanchard. I, Bessie I-Iolt, leave my giggling to Jo Ann Lowe. I, Bill Hughes, leave my ability to hold down a "Chevy" to Doug McAdams. Slow clown, boy. I, Donna Johnson, will my corner desk in study hall to some lucky person. I, Sue Johnson, leave my sewing ability to Ann Rich. I, Judy Kelley, leave my title as cutest to Kaaren Brown. I, Ann Kernodle, leave the fun I had on the "Blue Goose" to all the up-coming cheerleaders. I, Joe King, will my typewriter to anyone that will use it wiser than I! I, David Lassiter, leave my sleeping in French class to someone who can get by better than I. I, Bonnie Longest, leave my title of Best Sport to Ann Roberts. I, Joe Loy, leave my bus and all the headaches to Bill May. Have fun! I, George Morningstar, leave my position as head of the refreshment lines to Pete P. Maybe he'll grow some. I, Mike Phillips, leave that blasted popcorn mach- ine to someone who can fight smoke better than I. I, Dean Queen, just happily leave. I, Rebecca Rumley, leave my title as Quietest to Sandra Queen. I, Joann Schmidt, leave my position on the basket- ball team to Linda Smith, hoping she doesn't foul out as much as I. I, Freda Setzer, leave my bottom locker to anyone who likes to sit on the floor. I, Carolyn Smith, leave my cute ways to Ann Bow- man. I, Gail Smith, leave my title as Best Dressed to Kathy Self. I I, Judy Steele, leave my crazy ways to Linda Huff- man-"Hoss". I, David Thompson, leave my bus to someone who likes to get up early. I, Rena Tickle, will my love of basketball to Mary Lou Perkins. I, David Wagoner, leave all my responsibilities to Brother Don. I, Sam Webster, hereby leave my ability to tell jokes to all the gang to Pete Petersen. I, Danny Whitaker, leave my title of Most Depen- dable to Sid Boone. I, Anita White, leave my title as Most Talented to Vickie Swift. Practice hard, Vickie! I, David White, being of sound mind, leave my reserved seat in Mr. Clem's office to Jerry Qualls. I, Lewis Wilborn, leave the many miles I have walked in these halls to someone with better feet than I have. I, Linda Williams, hereby leave my position as Editor of Echoes to anyone who will take it. I, Joe Winstead, leave my title as cutest to Jim- my Parker. I, Brenda Wright, leave all my love to that special A. O. boy. January 9, 1961 Witnesses: President Sponsors Ken Ferrell Mrs. W. B. Terrell Mrs. M. Muckenfuss Testratrix Pam Boone CLASS PROPHECY I walked into my partner's office the other day to consult him on a case we were handling. I Whom should I see but Hal Brown, who is now the president of a large corporation. Hal wanted to consult George Morningstar, who is my partner, and me on the legal as- pects of a merger of his company with another. As our conversation progressed, the three ofus began a reminicence of our high school days. We gave Hal quite a surprise when we called in our secretary, whois none other than Shirley Crouse. Hal told the three of us of a reunion of our class which he had attended last month. We were very eager to hear him, for the three of us had been in court with a case at the time and were unable to attend the re- union. Hal told Shirley, George, and me all the latest news about our friends and former classmates. I shall now pass this on to you: Pam Boone teaches at the Elon elemen- tary school. She is married and has two boys. One of her good friends is Rena Tickle, who is coaching the girl's bas I hear Elon hasn't lost a game. Linda Wil- liams also teaches at Elon. She has taken Mrs. Johnston's place as music teacher. Judy Steele has her own dance studio. Her daughter and her son really "dance up a storm." Ann Kernodle is a secretary at Hughes Motor Company, which is owned by her hus- band Luther Andrews. They sell Ann's fav- orite car - Pontiacs. Freda Setzer, Carolyn Smith, and Judy Kelley are secretaries at Western Electric. Each has a wonderful husband. Melba Hensley and Gail Smith are pri- vate secretaries to two of our Senators. Boy, what an exciting time they must have! Sarah Barnes and Joann Schmidt are nurses at a Charlotte hospitalv They really have those doctors going around in circles. Bobby Burgess and Joe King are in the army. Their Sergeant is Dean Queen. David Wagoner, who was always "up in the clouds," is now in the Air Force. David White is an admiral in the navy. He has a girlin every port. His friend, Webster, is a chiefpetty officer in the navy. Sam and his attractive wife and their two husky sons are stationed in Florida. Ken Ferrell is with the North Carolina State Highway Patrol. ,Glenn Goss and Jackie Caldwell are professional baseballplayers. They play for the Milwaukee Braves. Those two boys are batting a thousand. Bill Hughes liked the Industrial Edu- cation Center so much that now he is prin- cipal. Bessie Holt works in Bill's office as file clerk. David Andes is a well-known psycho- logist. He has discovered a cure for.mental illness. Anita White is a research chemist with Dupont. She is working on a drug that will enable people to live forever. Palmer Burch is an airline pilot with Eastern Airline. Eddie Dunkley is manager of Saunders Distributors, Incorporated. Joe Loy has one of the largest farms in the state. Sue Johnson and Rebecca Rumley are beauticians. They own the Johnson and Rum- ley Salon in Greensboro. The favorite T.V. show among the teen- agers is hosted by Danny Whitaker. He plays all the hottest records. David Lassiter is a department head at Western Electric. Lewis Wilborn and Billy ' HT Brown are his "right hand men. Mike Phillips, Joe Winstead, and David Thompson are building a power plant in South America. This plant will bring power to the remotest corners of the continent. Lynda Daniels is married toa minister. They have three little Lyndas and one Larry. Donna Johnson is a housewife. She and Leevon have two lovely children. Sue Burge and Janice Hensley married their dream men. These two are seen shop- ping together quite often. Brenda Wright married Roger Keck. They now own Belk's Department Store. I have just given you a brief look into the lives of the members of the Elon College High School graduating class of 1961. Bonnie Longest Class Prophetess X.: David Andes . var? . .... 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Ne if X ' Bennie Longest George Morningstar M1ke Phllhps Dean Queen ' 'c Freda Setzer Carolyn Smith Ga11 Sm1t.h Judy Steele Dav1d Thompson Rena T1ck1e 1 K I ,I las- MOST INTELLECTUAL Rena Tickle - Mike Phillips MOST LIKELY Bonnie Longest SWEETEST Lynda Daniels - Hal Brown l lfvx , , ', 'fu 1 I TO SUCCEED - Mike Phillips BEST DRESSED ,Jef Gail Smith - Sam Webster .A 0 5 x-,,. A Y ,4 , . wr if N. '!""1 t rs "' x 1 R! 5 V4 4 1 H 6 BEST - ALL - AROUND Linda Williams - Glenn Goss Mm MOST ATHLETIC Rena Tickle - George Morningstar ,x ,. 3 '177T ' N as . A 1:2 l BEST DANCERS Judy Steele - Palmer Burch MOST PO P U LAR Linda Williams - Sam Webster I .11 ff' nl - gr-rs. IIRPCTDRV P- Ummuunmm .VK-ff! . -'A f ig 3 ggi! X 1 W 'Wx' ' Q 1 I 2' of . 1 "' ll QU-IETEST MOST DEPENDABLE Rebecca Rumbley , Bobby Burgess Pam Boone - Danny Whitaker Maw BEST SPORTS Bonnie Longest - Ken Ferrell la CUTEST Judy Kelley - Joe 3 V . -Q ,. . gs-A X , ax X 'X lp, J 2, X' ll I Q--..wbli 1 'ri H ,-. 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I x V .- KuL I j 1 1-, ff if ,..h ! 5 -V i Lv-fi I , I Y ...L U i i Q i f 1 f f it ', f, n- I OPHGMORE CLASS GFFICER President ...., Betty Lou Barnhardt Secretary. . ..... Sue Dixon Vice-President .,,.. Dianne Burge Treasurer . . . . .Deanie Longest 44 A K Betty Lou Barnhardt Louise Blanchard Jerel Boone Dianne Burge Charlotte Crutchfield Susan Dixon Sandra Ferrell Richard Franks Betty Floid Jean Fogleman Priciila Gerringer Linda Huffman Dare Hughes Doug Humphrey Faye Inge Patricia Isley Sandra Jeffreys Deanie Longest Brenda Loy Geraldine McAdams N-54: M. ....-... ,YF fi .- Q -.r .41 'E-x w , sf J, ,n,,- 3,5 s ,..,.x - H edt' We ' by N151 ff-'W-5 4. 1 ,L ,x -In Y' 'N 'Sew S A N1-v , ' 45 Ja.nie McDaries Carl Moricle Connie Perry Ann Roberts Betty Rowland Ruth Schmidt Wayne Smith Dorothy Spicer Jerry Stainback Ray Steelman Billy Turner Judy Wagoner John Wicker Harold Williamson Stanley Wyrick X f' " H. . .,.. ix a,' irq 0 " A 1. 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Carolyn Robertson Treasurer . . . . .Carol Wlnstead f Helen Adkins Wayne Barker Doris Barnes Ann Bowman Dare Bowman Jean Brown Mary Clem Carol Cole Jean Crouse Brenda Crumpler Larry Crumpler Jim Crutchfield Ann Cunningham Pat Dineen Eddie Driver Peggy Eanes Pat Edwards Sandra Epperson Mike Gabriel Bobby Greene Brenda Greene Gayle Greene Janice Handy Charles Harris Bill Hawkins Bonnie Hensley Dick Hilliard Mike Hudson Steve Hughes Jane Hyatt G? ,gr-sf' 5, B if-F if 3 , it -?1 u. , 719 17- I Y L, Q, -y .avg Q- G -uv" was iw sry V iq - E ,W 'viii' . 4 Q " 'V Helen Johnson Ray Johnston Mary Lou Keller Marsha Lankiord Edna Layne Judy Lineberry Frances Litten Mike Loy Sylvia Mansfield Wanda Mansfield Anna Rose Marino Jereline Martin Jim Matkins Kay May Russell May Laverne Mecimore Eddie Mitchell Doug Parker Marie Parrish Mary Lou Perkins Frances Pitts Ira Poole Carolyn Pyles Jimmy Porter Carolyn Robertson Ronald Rudd Sandra Schmidt Sherian Sharpe Lila Ann Smith Linda Smith 731: .nv- k 1 .-f fv- 'Q -.- .. 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BUSINESS MANAGER Sue Burge 4N 1 SPONSOR Mrs. Roark ECHOES 9 'F l fdxx N fff -- 3 ART EDITORS Judy Wagoner - Pete Petersen ADVERTISING EDITOR Rena Tickle SPORTS EDITOR Hal Brown EDITOR Linda Williams W if , lx ',.. s '- , TLIDE T COUNCIL OFFICERS Judy Kelley Brenda Loy . . . . . Treasurer . . ..... Secretary .Vice-President . ..... President June Parker . . . David Andes Seated- Mrs. Isley, Judy Kelley, Brenda Loy, June Parker, David Andes, Mr. Clem. Standing- Bonnie Hensley, Pat Wagoner, Jerel Boone, Mike Phillips, Vickie Swift, Hal Brown, Sandy Matkins. A I 5.- ily, I? ' ,Alf x Rena Tickle, Mike Phillips, Anita White, George Morningstar, Pete Petersen, Sponsor, Mrs. Everette Kaaren Brown, Lynda Daniels, Linda Williams, June Parker, Gail Smith, Jackie Parker, Bonnie Long- est, David Andes, Denny Wagoner, Jimmy Stutts, Vickie Swift, Freda Setzer, Sid Boone, Sandy Matkins OFFICERS Treasurer. . . George Morningstar Secretary ........ Anita White Vice-President .... Mike Phillips President ........ Rena Tickle ATIO AL HONOR SOCIETY GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Presidents Carol Cole George Morningstar Shirley Crouse Judy Kelley, Linda Moricle, Carolyn Robertson, Sue Dixon, Gail Smith, June Parker, Anna Rose Marino, Carol Cole, Mary Clem, Brenda Wright, Brenda Loy,.Ly'nda Daniels, Linda Williams, Bonnie Longest, Melba Hensley, Freda Setzer, -Jean Fogleman, Charlotte Crutchfield, Anita White, Rena Tickle, Linda Smith, Ann Kernodle, Shirley Crouse, Judy Steele, Sue Burge, Joann Schmidt, Sandra Schmidt, Richard McAdams, Sam Webster, Ken Ferrell, Doug Wagoner, Eddie Dunkley, David Andes, Danny Whitaker, George Morningstar, Hal Brown, Janie Hyatt. "" lung- --A -q .g,, 3. ' V .. l ' I 1 - I L--L 1 1 I Y . M- Y 1 -i. , .E - rv Q 5 1 'Q ML L I l xx W F V ' 1 T' -W 1 1 A N 7 ' ' ,A v 5 I ' 1 g S V' L A hai? FUTURE HOMEMAKERS me F AMERICA OFFICERS Linda Moricle . , ..... President Judy Steele . . . . Vice-President Faye Inge . . . .... Secretary Arm Kernodle ..............,. Treasurer First Row--Kernodle, Inge, Steele, Moricle. Second Row--Brown,Winstead, Hyatt, Burge, Longest Fogleman, Roberts, Ferrell, Marino, Smith, White, Boone. Third Row--Loy, Gerringer, Dixon, May Jeffreys, Epperson, Greene, Greene, Clem, Smith, Schmidt, Parrish. Fourth Row--Turner, Spicer Wagoner, McDaries, Crutchfield, Litten, Lankford, Hughes, Self, Kelley, Hensley, Longest, Barnes Fifth Row--Mrs. Everette, Sponsor, Tickle, Hensley, Burge, Wright, Setzer, Daniels, Crouse, Smith Blanchard, Wagoner. Sixth Row--Council, Simpson, Nix, Isley, Barnhardt, Pitts, Johnson, Robertson Schmidt, Cole, Whitesell, Mecimore, Crumpler. Seventh Row--Williams, Keller, Wilborn, Eaines Adkins, Sharpe, Terrell, Perkins, Tickle, Lineberry. Eighth Row--Handy, Crouse, Bowman, Edwards Layne, Bowman, Williams, Schmidt, Hensley, Taylor. Ninth Row--Pyles, Martin. G.. First Row--Deanie Longest, Judy Kelley, Lila Smith, Sandy Epperson. Second Row--Anita White, Ann Roberts, Sue Dixon, Kay May, Gayle Greene. Third Row--Melba Hensley, Dianne Burge, Jean Fogleman, Mary Clem, Marie Parrish. Fourth Row--Bonnie Longest, Janie Hyatt, Pam Boone, Ruth Schmidt, Brenda Greene. Fifth Row--Sandra Jeffreys, Kathy Self, Marie Kernodle, Linda Moricle, Frances Litten. Sixth Row--Sylvia Taylor, Dare Hughes, Anna Rose Marino, Marsha Lankford. Seventh Row--Joann Schmidt, Carol Winstead, Jean Brown, Linda Smith. Eighth Row--Faye Brown, Linda Williams. OFFICERS Pam Boone ..... ...... P resident Bonnie Longest . . . . .Vice-President Marie Kernodle . . .... Treasurer Sandra Jeffreys . . . . .Secretary Mrs. Muckenfuss .... ......... A dvisor FUTURE TEACHERS O AMERICA MONOGRAM CLUB ff-I OFFICERS Ann Kernodle .... .... S ecretary Glenn Goss ...... . . Vice-President George Morningstar . .... President Mr. Hughes ..... .... A dvisor Pete Petersen, Ann Kernodle, Joann Schmidt, Rena Tickle, Sue Johnson, James Crumpler, Jackie Caldwell, George Morningstar, Sam Webster, Jimmy Parker, Mr. Hughes, Denny Wagoner, Glenn Goss, David Andes. I E- l if 5. if ft -.-.4 ' , . . 1-.,...w,.qv:n--w..+A-.A. 4 - N:-JJ fhffl .Q vi fl G Bessie Holt, Sue Johnson, Mrs. Hook, Judy Wagoner, Connie Perry, Helen Adkins, Janie McDaires, Frances Coggins, Jackie Parker, Sandy Matkins, Kaaren Brown. LIBR RY WGRKERS OFFICE WCDRKERS George Morningstar, Faye Brown, David Andes, Mike Phillips, Sue Burge, Pam Mrs. Blanks, Dare Hughes, Danny Whitaker. r SK' Boone, Judy Kelley, F I ,J-ia -1 X 195 I r Fl N l if Il f I Joe Loy, Mary Ann Nix, David Thompson, Phil Sharpe, Robert Pitts, Hubert Penland ' Bus DRI ER P GWGQGQQQWUCUGQ PROFESSIONA L LISTING C. C. Cates, Jr. E. S. W. Dameron, Jr. Dr. Howard L. Little J. B. Walker, Jr. Dr. Robert A. Watson Alley K: Williams I Dr. W. G, Lewis ' gECXf-DOL-QCFDGF-D Q10 CNOQUCQ 4 r . '54 A . 3 e 99 1 I... ,, f .,,,.., f 4 K Kaaren Brown Jimmy Parker Chief -iw mf MARSHALS Jerel Boone WN ' va wmv hw- .-- W :lg-4. A 1 '- : .K Deanie Longest ., , , 1""+ .5- ev-. if "X 15' 'UW Y- " X, L' ix " X -.' x W -A X ibn...-V Linda Smith Pat Dineen 65 WM i . 'Q MIP! MHP RE NA TICKLE ' N A 4 ,za 5 rx -" .'. ' .- f X355 YQ V4 ' q ' " r i fs P , ig gif- 'rv' 4 ' ' 9 ' J X At. Q 1'g., , 51 - .7 ., t , f lx ' 4 T. 46' it Jackie Caldwell Jimmy Parker Pitchers LL , P ---in - -gf ,413-ag. .. . -- P 0 PJLQ ' fy an tg- A 541051 2 . 44, f4:"5 z'- l I 1 , f is . , I S, ,s Mr. Hughes, Coach V I 5 Qi George Morningstar Robert Pitts Catchers Jackie Caldwell, Sam Webster, James Crumpler, Richard Franks, Gene Rhew, David White, George Morningstar, Jimmy Parker, Bobby Burgess, Robert Pitts, Glenn Goss, Ken Fer- rell, Ray Steeleman, Dean Queen, Mr. Hughes. Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon Elon BASEB LL TEAM 2 Alexander Wilson 3 Eli Whitney 9 Pleasant Grove Sylvan 5 A. O. 16 Haw River 9 E. M. Holt 7 Mebane 08 'T sull""' r W .L 'q 'ff ,-sf . wx. - , ,, 1 ,,v,, - ,Wm X, .,-.,, lx .V-. . K . - 1: 4: Jgwv Lk,"-LJ' ,mx ,f -M W., , , 'I ffm IE' vf ,L Q ,,,. V, '5' AN... . ,V .. Q W-531-11? Af.. 15 , Ms. fapfx 1511"-1 .1 . -. ,v a .-',, 3 Co-Captains Rena Tickle, Joann Schmidt Forward Rena Tickle 1- ' ff . , .- 1 42 ' . ,A xgfl' jam Ei' ' 'tai ? 1 'E ,g i -, 'I K fs , ""'9V ' ' fw,1,E4'5j- ' 1 25,1144 ,ff , 1 -.,l,... .7557 v , I Q f 4.14 - . V , .- ,V 'WX ' A W V Forward Vickie Swift Forward Marie Kernudle GIRL 'BASKET Marie Kernodle, Joann Schmidt, Rena Tickle, Faye Brown, Deanie Longest, Sandra Jefferys, Jean Fogleman, Janie Hyatt, Sandy Matkins, Anna Rose Marino, Lila Ann Smith, Miss A1- bright. BALL TEAM Coach Miss Albright Linda Huffman, Vickie Swift, Gayle Green, Judy Wagoner, Pat Wagoner, Linda Smith, Jean Brown, Ruth Schmidt, Sylvia Tickle, Mary Lou Pe-rkins,Caro1Winstead, Linda Moricle. Guard Joann Schmidt Guard Faye Brown Guard Linda Huffman Manager Linda Moricle Co-Captains David Andes, George Morningstar Manager Pete Petersen I ,' '.4l', - ' I- ' V- I - '15 ' 4- - U - 5 . ---T M , Lv , , . e . , ,u ef. A " Center Glenn Goss Forward David Andes 1 t i N J A BOY ' BASKET 1-if We Carl Moricle, Richard Franks, Bobby Burgess. Mr. Hughes, Coach, David Andes, Denny Wagoner, Doug Wagoner. u l BALL TEAM 4 5 'sir 4 r 1 Coach Mr. Hughes V 1 George Morningstar, James Crumpler, Pete Petersen, Glenn Goss, Kenneth Ferrell, Ray Steelman. if , 73 I o 'r Forward Denny Wagoner 1 X Guard George Morningstar Guard James Crumpler CHEERLEADER W l X Sponsor Wilma Parrish Dianne Burge, Mary Clem, Sue Dixon, Ann Kernodle, Brenda 73 Head Cheerleader Brenda Loy Sue Burge, Gail Smith, Kathy Self w ff 2 0 Lf CAT WG H iff' Miss Margaret Crowson In Mr. D. A. Gillespie Eighth Mrs. William Ginn Eighth Eighth . 7' A Q bf 'cr 'Q ' I 5 b I gui Mr. W. A, Ball Mrs. Hilda B. 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" A.. -1 fe-2 Adkins Anderson Ayers Beauchesne Boleman Bowman Bradsher Brammer Brown Burrell Byrd Carter Chandler Chandler Clark Clayton Coggins Colwell Cowan Da.nie ls Denham Ellison F2135 Fair cloth Gabriel Garman Gentry Gerringer Gerringer Gillespie Harris Henderson Hilliard Hopkins Horton Hughes HLmt Lamberson Lamberth Lambert Leonard Lowe Matkins May McAdams Melton Melton Meritt Minor Mitchell Mitchell Moize Moize Morningstar Murphy Murphy Nall Newsome Newsome Oxford Parrish Pendergrass Pendland Pike Randleman Reed Rich Robertson Robertson Simpson Snyder Somers Somers Sparrow Stutts Tickle Turner Turner Vestal Wagoner Whitaker White Whitesell EVE TH GRADE U i if 1 . ,NX 111 ,,, l Q - ?'f' 'ff' ,I 1' ilkfg v I 1 i':1' 'AAG '- lylilz 4 ul f 'ev 1 ' H "Fla n Wes-. 4 il .. ' 29, T' ,V V, u r, A 4.-fy 3 " . 'N 5, p -Q . w 9 if ' "" . f F. 'E' Q I iii: Q-A at . ' 'lv 1- --, 1 1- ,' W-to y es, V .figx -. v' ,ai - 'eh ' .. x 1 5" :XV N:-T354 4 at ' ' . - A 1 5 1 " Q.: . ' is "" .Xe s-1 tx '35 :,x 4' , ., ,N iw -v'- I vm Lzfxif-it fvnx -if ' 1'L1"' Quant' ' "X .1 nul- '4 .9 ':.,- 5 , i '-' . .r ' .nu I ,F ,V 4 E ,Q E ix X N Y . . 'Y' r L 5 HO IIIKKKKKKKXLISIXX.-. .kgzxx li -Nw UUR BUUSTERS J. Ed Ausley Burlington Paint and Glass Co. Cobb Motor Co. Doyle's Jeweler Glendale Motors Goldman's Shoes Juliana Shop Mebane Shoe Co. A. D. Pate Sz Co. Robert's Simmons Lawn and Garden Center Southern Grill W. B. Terrell Gibsonville News Compliments of ELUN CULLEGE 75. , . , r' . . I . l ALAMANCE CAMERA 8. SPORT CENTER It Pays to Play CA 6-9308 251 E. Front Street Burlington, North Carolina BLANCHARD'S GULF SERVICE 1903 W. Webb Ave. Burlington, North Carolina ASHER-MCADAMS DRUG CO. Prescription Druggists CA 6-9226 Trollinger St. Burlington, North Carolina MEBANE LUMBER CO. 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