Elon College High School - Echoes Yearbook (Elon, NC)
- Class of 1962
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PUBLISHED BY THE ANNUAL STAFF OF l
ELON COLLEGE HIGH SCHOGL Z
Elon College, North Carolina lj
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HISTORY OF ELON COLLEGE
the year 1398, the first public school building to scrvc the pupils ofthe Elon
uomrnunity was erected. This building was a onc-room frame building and was
near thc sitcofthc present high school building. Later this building was uulargud
reruns. Pictured above is a part of this building, pupils, and rcachurs.
lfllil, a fcw hundred fuct from the Lhruc-room building, u brivlc building was
This nuw building f'OIll3il'lCd six classrbolnsg four moms downstairs, Iwb moms
auditorium upstairs. Eziuh uf rhcst' rooms und thc zuidimriuan wcrtr IICHIUJ by
stoves until many years later when a central heating system was installed. After the
completion of this building, the three-room frame building was dismantled and the
building materials were used to erect a dwelling house on what was then the Elon College
farm on highway 100.
Prior to 1920, pupils completing the elementary school work at the Elon College
Public School had to go elsewhere for high school work. Since Elon College operated a
preparatory school, many of the students enrolled at the College. In 1920, the Elon
College Public School was approved for high school work.
In the middle nineteen-twenties, asecond brick building containing eight classrooms,
offices, etc. was constructed. This is generally known as the high school building and
faces on Haggard Avenue.
In 1931, the Shallowford School Districtand the St. Marks School Districk fl-lighlandl,
with one teacher each, voted to consolidate with the Elon College School District.
Following the consolidation of these three school districts, the Elon College Public
School grew rapidly. This necessitated additional building. In the middle nineteen-
thirties, additional classrooms and an auditorium were added to the school plant. From
this period, at various intervals, more classrooms and a gymnasium were added, Culmi-
nating in the construction of a Primary Building across the highway from the high school
building. This building was first used in 1956 and houses the first four grades and two
In sixty-four years, the Elon College Public School has grown from its humble be-
ginning of one room to a group of modern buildings that has placed Elon College School
among the larger schools in the Alamance County system.
After forty-two years, 1920 to 1962, the history of the Elon College High School
willcome to a close with the completion of this school year. Elon College High School
will consolidate with two other Alamance County high schools to form the new Western
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Thisfinal year of Elon College High School, we, the annual staff, would l1ke to dedrcate thrs
yearbook to the place where we worked and studied for many years, our school
When we say that we dedicate this yearbook to the school, we don t mean Just the bulldrng
but the ones who havetaught, guided, and passed through its doors to ga1n a l1tt1e of the knowledge
one needs to go through life.
May we always remember our school, Elon College High.
PRINCIPAL 'S MESSAGE
These are historic days in the life of Elon College
High School. Tonight, December 31, 1961, while
world peoples are ushering in the New Year, the
editors of our Annual will "put to bed" the final
edition of ECHOES. The completion of thisannual
marks the beginning of a long series of " lasts" for
our beloved Elon College Highg the last back-to-
school party, the last ball game, the last prom, the
last Washington trip, the last assembly program, the
last club meeting, the last test, the last exam, the
last day, the last tender goodbyes. Every activity of
our school must come to a close this school year.
Next year Elon will join Altamahaw-Ossipee and
Pleasant Grove in establishing the great consolidated
school, Western High.
Tonight, the annual staff will happily put aside
the problems of the annual and will join the New
Years revelers in throwing confetti, raising toasts,
wearing odd hats and singing Auld Lang Syne. It is
appropriate that we pay final respects to our dear old
Alma Mater. We should do this with reverence.
However, the passing of the old will inauguratea
new era in the lives of the high school students of
Elon. A new challenge is presented us and it is in-
cumbent upon us to face the challenge and to accept
The world crys for bright young well-educated
men and women. The Seniors must strive to acquire
all the training and the kind of training needed to
achieve their goals. They must be brave five minutes
longer than the adversary. They must rise one hour
ahead of their neighbors. They must prefer to be
right than king. Their faith must be such as to re-
move mou.ntains. Their love mustgrow as nearly as
possible to the stature of that described in 13th
The underclassmen must determine now to use
all the facilities of Western High School to enhance
their education. The people of North Carolina and
the people of Alamance County did not take on the
burden for better education simply to have the
students do less work. The future of our community,
state and nation is in the hands of youth. To fail to
accept the challenge is to fail humanity The
students and parents of Elon will not fail.
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Mrs. Betty Bowman
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Home Economics Math Library Science, Physical Ed
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Gary Michael Loy
The students of Elon High School suffered a loss greater than we
thought imaginable in the untimely death of our classmate, Mike Loy.
Although Mike lived a comparatively short while, his life made
such an impression on all of us that he will be in our memories always.
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RANDY BOYD ADKINS
"Men of few words are the best men."
I. V. Basketball lg Drivers Training 2.
JOHN SIDNEY BOONE, IR.
"One thing is forever good5 that one thing
ClassPresident25 HomeroomPresident 2g
A n n u al S t aff 2,3,4g Co-circulation
Manager 35 Student of the Week 3g
National Honor Society 2,3,45 President
45 Rad io Debate25 Offic e Worker 4g
Escort Miss Elon Contest 45 Superlatives.
BRENDA KAAREN BROWN
"To mourn a mischief that is past and
gone is the next way to draw new mis-
C1a55'I'rea5u,1-er l,3,4g Homeroom Treas-
urer l,2,3,4g Basketball lg F.H.A. 1,25
Glee Club lp Jr.-Sr. Waitress lg Tri-Hi-
Y 3g Honor Society 2,3,4g Newspaper 35
45 Assist. Editor 35 Chief Marshal 35
StudentCouncil 3,45 Chaplain 45 County
S. C.-Chaplain 45 Annual Staff 45 History
Award 35 Driver's Training 35 Bookkeep-
ing Award 3g Library Worker 3g Superla-
SHIRLEY JANE BLANCHARD
"Elegant as simplicity, and warm as
F.H.A. l,2,3gGleeClub lg Office Worker
25 F.T.A. 35 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Superlatives.
ALTA FAYE BROWN
"She is aspure, as good, and as beautiful
as an angel.
Sec. ofl-Iomeroom lg F.H.A. 1,25 F.T.A.
l,2,3,45 Softball 1,25 Treas. of Home-
room 25 Vice-Pres. of Homeroom 3,4g
Basketball l,2,3g Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4p Glee
Club 2,35 Office Worker 35 Monogram
Club 45 Waitress Ir.-Sr. lg Miss Elon 45
.TUDITH WILLETT CLAPP
"Common sense is the knack of seeing
things as they are, and doing things as
they ought to be done.
Driver's Training 2g F.H.A. l.
DAPHNE LOUISE COUNCIL
"Let us all be happy, and live within our
means, even if we have to borrow the
money to do it with."
Student CoLu'1cil.l,2,4g Annual Staff 4g
Basketball lg Softball lg Jr.-Sr. Waitress
lg Glee Club lg Driver's Training 2g
Honor Society 3,4g F.H.A. l,2,3g F.T.A.
lg Tri-Hi-Y 3,4g Pep Club 4g Bus Driver,
Sub.g Bookkeeping Award 3g Reporter to
JAMES ALMOND CRUMPLER
" Bait the hook wellg this fish will bite."
J. V. Basketball lg Baseball l,2,3,4g
Basketball 2 , 3 , 4g Track 3g Monogram
Club 2,3,4g Treas. 4g Bus Driver 4g Glee
Club 4g Industrial School 4g Escort in Miss
Elon Contest 4.
FRANCES MARIE COGGINS
"A lovely lady garmented in light from
her own beauty."
Glee Club lg F.H.A. lg Class Sec. 2g
Homeroom treas. 3g Jr. Attendant Jr.-Sr.
Banquetg Library Worker 35 Student
Council 4g Contestant for Miss Elon 4.
'Silence is golden"
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fSGlee Club 4g Industrial School 4.
V" The dust and silence of the upper shelf."
glDriver's Training lg Homeroom President
SANDRA MATKINS HENSLEY
" Wiv es are young men's mistressesg
companions for middle ageg and old
Homeroom Vice-Pres. l,3gF.T.A'. lg Ir.-
Sr. Waitress lg Glee Club lg Homeroom
Pres. 2g Homeroom Secretary 4g Typing
Award 2g Honor Society 2,3g Student
Council 3g F.H.A. l,2g Typist News-
paper 2g Tri-Hi-Y 3g Basketball l,2,3g
Softball 1,23 Library Worker 3g Super-
SANDRA MARIE KERNODLE
"Did you ever have the measles, and if
so, how many?"
F . H. A 1,25 F . T . A . l,2,3g Treas. 35
Stud ent Council 2g Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4g
Basketball 1, 2, 3g Glee Club lg Office
Worker l,2g Jr.-Sr. Waitress 1.
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1 l F I JO'ANN LIQWE
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DOUGLAS STEWART MCADAMS
"The mildest manners and the gentlest
Drivers Training lg Industrial Arts 1,2g
I-li-Y Club lp Superlative 4gGleeC1ub
4g Minstrel 2: Library Worker l.
AUBREY LEE MCDONALD
"One nice thing about a one-way street
is that you can only be bumped in the
Bus Driver 4g Baseball 4g Track 25 Glee
BILLY LEE MAY
"A woman would run through fire and
water for such a kind heart."
GleeC1ubg Bus Driverg Vice-President of
Sr. Classg Escort in Miss Elon Contest
RICHARD MICHEAL MCADAMS
"God made him, and therefore let him
pass for a man." ,
Driver Roadeo 2,3,4g Industrial Art lg A
Superlativeg Glee Club 3,4g Hi-Y lg .
Track 45 Bus Driver 35 Bus Driver Award
3g Mi.nstre12g Industrial School 45 Office
Boy 2,35 Basketball l. 1
,TERRY LEE MICHAEL
"Good at a fight, but better at a playg .
Godlike in giving, but the devil to pay."
Debating Team 2g Pep Club 45 Dance w
LINDA MORICLE ALFORD
ll Then she will talk--good gods! how she
Q vill talk!
l'.l-l.A. 1,2,3,45 Pres. 3,45 F.T.A. 3,45 Tri-
tli-Y 3,45 Monogram Club 45 Girls Basket-
mall Mgr. 3,45 Glee Club Award 35 Bus
,Driver 45 Library Worker 25 Jr.-Sr. Wait-
f fess 1.
MARY ANNE NIX
, "Mary Anne"
5 "Full of life and full of wit."
wtudent Council 45 Glee Club lg Tr1-Hi-
,Q 3,45 President 45 F.H.A. l,2,35 Bus
ilriver 3,45 Basketball l,2,45 Softball 1,25
3'uperlative5 Miss Merry Christmas 35 Bus
Award 35Ir.-Sr. Waitress 15 Driver's
ALMA JACKSON PARKER
"There's a woman like a dew-drop, she's
so purer than the purest."
Vice-President of Class 25 N.H.S. 2,3,45
Secretary 45 Miss Elon 35 Annual Staff 1,
2,3,45 F.H.A. 1,25 Glee Club 1,45 Jr.-sr.
Waitress 15Newspaper Typist 3,45 Marshal
CARRIE JUNE PARKER
"The readiness of doing doth express, No
other but the doer's willingness."
Ir.-Sr. Waitress lg F.H.A. 1,25 Glee Club
l,3,45 Student Council 1,2,3,45 Chaplain
lg Secretary 25 Vice-President 35 Pres.
Alamance County Student Council Con-
gress 45 Basketball 1,25 N.H.S. 2,3,45
Newspaper Typist 3,45 Senior Class Secre-
tary 45 Superlative 45 Contestant for Miss
JIMMY CARROLL PARKER
"Words are easy, like the wind5 Faithful
friends are hard to find.
Marshal 1,35 Escort 1,3, MissElon5 Baseball
l,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Monogram Club
2,35 Secretary 45 Secretary Home Room 45
Industrial Arts 15 Track 25 Glee Club 45
JOE DAVID PERKINS
,fi " David"
'V' 91 " Time is but the stream I go a-fishing in."
Bus Driver 35 Minstrel 25 Glee Club 4g
Industrial School 4g Industrial Arts 1,
A U ' FREDRIC HUBERT PENLAND
"As good-natured a soul as e'er mod on
'95, shoe of leather."
5 - Trade School 45-BUS Driver 35 Library
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HENRY JOHN PETERSEN III
"That men are merriest away from home."
Class P resident 35 Monogram Club 45
President 45 Annual Staff 3,45 Editor 45
National Honor Society 3,45 Basketball
Manager 2,35 Sc or ek eep er 45 Baseball
Manager 2,535 Scorekeeper 45 Science Club
25 Newspaper Reporter 13,45 Superlative.
DONALD NEIL PETTY
"I never like being hit without striking
Baseball l,3,45 Track 2,45 Basketball 15
Industrial School 45 Superlative.
ROBERT OLIN PITTS
"Never do to-day what you can put off till
Bus Driver 2,3,45 Bus Driver's Award 35
Drivers Training l5Indusr.rial Arts 1,25 Hi-
Y Club lg Glee Club 45 Baseball 2,3,45
Minstrel25Office Worker 45 Basketball 15
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i RHONALD GLENN PRICE
,t"Lord! I wonder what fool it was that
,first invented kissing."
,Trade School 3,45 Vice-President of Home
wRoom 45 Office worker 45 Transfer 3.
I LAURA ANN RICH
Though she be but little, she is fierce."
KATHY GAYLE SELF
"She's all my fancy painted her5 She's
lovely, she's divine."
Transfer 15 Waitress Jr.-Sr. lg Dance
Review 15F.T.A. 3,45 Glee Club 15 Runner-
up Miss Elon 35 F . H. A. 1,3,45 Vice-
President 45 Cheerleader 3,45 Pep Club
Sponsor 45 Monogram Club 45 Homeroom
President 45 Superlative.
PHILIP MALCOLM SHARPE
"An experienced, industrious, ambitious,
and often quite picturesque liar."
Bus Driver 3,45 Bus Drivers Award 3.
JUNIE MARIE SIMPSON
' 'A wit with dunces."
Secretaryof Class lg F.H.A. 1,2,35 F.T.A.
15 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45 Office Worker 35 Glee
Club 1,25 Pep Club 45 Bus Driver 3,45 Wait-
ress at Jr.-Sr. lg Treasurer of Tri-Hi-Y 45
Contestant for Miss Elon 2,45 Superlative.
QQ 5.5 CHARLES JACKSON SMITH, IR.
'vx 'N i "Chicken"
"Do unto the other feller the way he'd
5 1. . like to do unto you an' do it first."
5- Glee Club 45 Pep Club 4.
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- LARRY ROSS SPOON
2 IU 'Q' "Larry"
"Here is a dear and True industrious
ff Gieeciub 1,2,45 Football lg Taiem show
5 , -- Winner 1.
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JAMES MICHAEL STUTTS
'Blushing is the color of virtue."
I X ,I Homeroom Vice-President 25 N.H. S. 2,3,45
YQ --s' v- Biology Award 25 Office Worker 25 News-
paper 2,3,45 Homeroom Vice-president 35
Class Secretary 35 Citizenship Award 35
M' Co-Editor of Newspaper 45 Vice-President
, is f- - ofN.l-I.S. 45ClassPresident 45 Pep Club 45
VICTORIA ANN SWIFT
"Iris not wealth, nor ancestry, but honor-
able conduct and a noble disposition that
makes people great."
Homeroom Pres. 1,35 Class Pres. 15 Class
Vice-President 35 F.T.A. 1,25 Secretary
25F.H.A. 1,25T1'i-Hi-Y 35 Student Council
l,3,4g Chaplain 35 President 45 Glee Club
15Girls Basketball 1,2,3,45 Tri-Captain 45
N.H.S. 2,3,45 Girls Sports editor 35 Marshal
15 Ir.-Sr. Waitress 15 Superlativeg Mono-
gram Club 4.
RICHARD .TERRY THOMAS
"Born with the gift of laughter and a sense
that the world is mad."
Transfer45G1eeClub 45 Homeroom Treas.
45 Bus Driver 4.
JERRY THOMAS TICKLE
r."A good name is rather to be chosen than
Industrial Arts l.
JAMES RALPH TURNER
'IThere's light enough for what I've got to
industrial School 4.
DENNY ELWOOD WAGONER
"Not by years but by disposition is wisdom
Basketball 1,2,3,4g Baseball 3,45 Track 2g
N.H.S. 2,3,4g Glee Club 45 Monogram
Club 2,3,4g Treasurer of N.H.S. 4g Co-
editor of Newspaper 4g Winner of Essay
Contest 3g Vice-President of Monogram
DONALD KNIGHT WAGONER
'Believe a woman or an epitaph, Or any
other thing that's false."
Indusuial Arts l,2g Glee Club 4g Drivers
Training lg Minstrel 23 Indusnial School
4g Treasurer of Homeroom lg Office Worker
lg Basketball lg Track 3.
WADE DOUGLAS WAGONER
"I was gratified to be able to answer
promptly, and I did. I saidl didn't know."
B a sk e t b all l,3,4g Baseball 45 Track 2g
Monogram Club 4g President Homeroom 45
Superlatlveg Glee Club 3,4g President 4g
bus driver 4.
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y KATRINKA DIANE wYRrcK
W " Diane"
P, LESLIE WERTZ. WAGONER, IR.
"It can be done" is good, but "it's done"
is better." W
"A sound so fine, there's nothing lies
'twixt it and silence."
Home Ec. l,2,3g Superlative, Miss Merry
Rex Wolfe I0 Ellen Hartman
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We, the Seniors of Elon College High School, entered our Freshman year in September of 1958. As puzzled fresh-
men, we seemed to get along thanks to the exceptional guidance of Mrs. Reynolds and Mr. Griffin. We soon began to
learn the "sour" ways of high school teachers. Throughout the year, we, the freshmen, watched and observed, taking
notes of every little move our classmates made, Uying to find the clue to their apparent ease.
As we became more familiar with this new bustling place, we chose the following class officers: President- Vickie
Swiftg Vice-President - Lonnie Smith, Secretary - Junie Simpson, Treasurer - Kaaren Brown.
We entered in September, 1959, eager to re-enter the now familiar ways of a high school Sophomore, and to taunt
the first bewildered freshmen. This year we began to realize the importance of high school, the passport to Knowledge
and Success. We chose the following as our class officers: President - Sidney Booneg Vice President - Jackie Parker,
Secretary - Frances Coggins, 'Treasurer - Gene Rhew. We owe our growing maturity to our homeroom teachers, Mrs.
Reynolds and Mr. Griffin.
The fall of 1960--our Junior year--was a time of recognition, advancement, honor, privileges, decisions, and--
maturity. We had two car washes, abrunswick stew sale, and a bake sale to earn money for our Junior-Senior -- a night
of wonderment! This year's juniors did all these things, and more, carrying on the tradition of being the class that
creates through working together. Class officers for this year were: President - Pete Petersen, Vice-President - Vickie
Swift, Secretary - Jimmy Stuttsg Treasurer - Kaaren Brown. Our thanks for our very successful year go to Mrs. Everette
and Mr. Lowe.
September 1961! We
began plans for our final
Senior trip to New York
This year we chose as
Treasurer - Kaaren Brown.
are on the Home Stretch. We entered eagerly. Seniors ---- confident of our position. We
year. This year we had a magazine sale which brought our treasury up tremendously. Our
and Washington, D.C. will remain as one of the wonderful memories of our high school
class officers: President - Jimmy Stuttsg Vice-President - Bill Mayg Secretary - JunePar'kerg
Our most gracious thanks go to Mrs. Allen and Mr. Lowe for their guidance and under-
Yes, we entered eagerly in September. We shall leave hesitantly ---- realizing that our carefree days are finished.
The Class of 1962 has set an example for othersg now, for us, it is all over. We have gracefully accepted the responsi-
bilities of leadership and have made our decisions for our own individual futures. This year, our last in high school,
will leave us gravely sad as we are handed our diplomas on graduation night. Tears of joy, tears of sadness, willre-
main with us in the years to come, only to find that one day we shall have children who will share the same joy and
sadness that we once knew years and years ago.
Asthe last Senior Class of Elon College High, our love for this school will remain dear to each of us in the years to
come. We tearfully say, 'Good-bye, Elon High, Goodbye."
We began in the year '58,
Though we were only freshmen
With our sponsors as a mother hen
We looked forward to this final date.
The next year of '59,
We were still working toward our aim
Which was still the same,
To be in the graduating line.
Then in the year of '60,
We were the Flighty Juniors.
Who entertained the Seniors:
While waiting with greater expectancy.
Finally in the year of '61,
We reached our goal,
So help my soul!
We were almost done!
Four long years have gone and past,
For we, the Seniors of Elon High,
And now we begin to sigh,
For this is our last.
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We, the graduating class of Elon College High School, in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and sixty-two, do
hereby give and bequeath all our treasured possessions and worldly goods as seemeth proper and fitting to the best of our
judgement in this our Last Will and Testament.
To our school, we leave our appreciation for the things we have accomplished and our sincere good wishes for the future.
To Mrs. Gerald Allen and Mr. W. E. Lowe, we wish to express our many thanks for the interest and leadership they
have shown us during our senior year.
To our principal and teachers, we leave our deepest appreciation for their efforts toward increasing our wisdom.
To the present Junior Class we entrust our Senior Privileges, dignity, and responsibility. We also entrust to this same
Junior Class our most cherished ability of getting out of classes.
To the Student Body, we leave our undying love for Elon College High School.
I, Randy Adkins, leave my title as quietest to my sister Helen.
I, Shirley Blanchard, leave my failing chemistry grades to anyone stupid enough to take it in the first place.
1, Sidney Boone, leave my title as most dependable to any Westerner who works to make Western a unified school.
l, Faye Brown, would like just to leave quietly, but instead will leave my shorthand class to anyone that takes it.
I, Kaaren Brown, leave my love for the A-O gang to Carol Lewis. Watch 'eml !
I, Frances Coggins, leave my position as a member of the Student Council to Connie Perry who has the grades and the
ability to do a good job.
I, Daphne Council, leave about th.ree unwanted inches of my height to Margaret Johnson.
I, James Crumpler, leave my startling ability to get along with teachers to anyone who can stand it.
I, Sandra Hensley, leave my thanks to all the people who have been so nice to me.
I, Sidney Johnson, leave my ability to get along with Mrs. Wells to some lucky Junior.
I, Marie Kernodle, leave my typewriter to anyone who can tell it more than I already have.
I, Joann Lowe, leave my ability to tell jokes to Carl Moricle. "Watch 'emi'
I, Doug McAdams, leave my love for chevys to Mr. Lowe.
I, Richard McAdams, leave my ability to make love in the halls to Doug Humphrey.
I, Bill May, leave Elon High hoping to return for Dare.
I, Jerry Michael, leave my desk in Chemistry to anyone crazy enough to take it.
I, Linda Moricle, leave all my love to Jerry and all my memories and friends, with a heavy heart.
I, Mary Ann Nix, leave my title as "biggest flirt" to any girl who enjoys being around boys as much as I do.
I, Jackie Parker, leave my good times in high school to every lucky high school student.
I, Jimmy Parker, will my title as sweetest to any sweet Junior.
l, June Parker, do will my love for singing and those wonderful times in Glee Club to all Glee Club members.
I, Hubert Penland, leave my love for cars to my brother Harold.
I, David Perkins, leave my Study Hall to anyone who can use it better thanl did.
I, Pete Petersen, leave my red socks to anyone who will wear them.
I Don Petty, leave my title of Best Dancer to anyone who has the feet for lt.
Robert Pitts, hoping everyone is happy, just leave.
I, Rhonnle Price, leave my title as biggest Flirt to Doug Moore.
1, Kathy Self, leave for Lexington.
I, Charlie Smith, leave my title as 'Chicken' to my brother.
I, Junie Simpson, leave my bus driving experience to anyone who is able to miss parked cars.
I, Jimmy Stutts, leave my title as "Most Likely to Succeed' to my brother, Roger, and hope he will take a hint.
I, Vickie Swift, leave my position as President of the Student Council to some lucky and hard-working Junior.
I, Thomas Tickle, leave everything with pleasure to Roger Stutts.
I, Jimmy Turner, leave my intelligence to John David Wicker.
I, Denny Wagoner, leave my love of athletics to anyone who is willing to work for it. f
I, Don Wagoner, leave my ability to get out of any work to Bobby Greene.
I, Doug Wagoner, leave my deepest appreciation to my parents for making a happy home and supplying all my needs
I, Leslie Wagoner, do bequeath my jovial personality and my ability to get out of English homework to cousin Pat.
I, Dianne Wyrick, leave my title of Quietest to Ruth Schmidt in hope that she will use it during Study Hall.
January 1, 1962
Witnesses: Sponsors Mrs. Gerald Allen
President Jimmy Stutts Mr. W. E. Lowe, Jr. Testatrix
Last weeklreceived a telegram at my office at Wake Forest College where I am a math professor. The
telegram wasfrom JUNE PARKER, who isa medical technician at Watts Hospital. She was reminding me to
come to our class reunion.
Prof. DENNY WAGONER, from the math department at Elon College, was in my office at the time. He
told me thatJune's sister, JACKIE PARKER, isanurse now and is working in the maternity ward at Alamance
He also told me that KAAREN BROWN, an old friend of mine, is now teaching business education at Western
Three days later, I attended the reunion and I saw all of my former classmates. After ten years, all of
them have settled down and are working. That is, all but DON WAGONER! He is a supervisor at a rocking
chair manufacturing company.
JIMMY STUTTS owns a large contracting business and ANN RICH is his secretary.
PETE PETERSEN is North Carolina's leading architect. He is married to a 5'8" model.
SID BOONE is manager of Boone's Furniture Store. He and his father have recently opened a new store
in the growing city of Elon College.
FRANCES COGGINS is a nurse at Cone Memorial Hospital in Greensboro.
MARIE KERNODLE is married to Buddy Thornton, and she is a private secretary to the mayor of Burlington.
SANDY HENSLEY and Ronnie have added two girls to their family. Sandy is a full-time homemaker.
JAMES CRUMPLER and JIMMY PARKER are playing professional baseball for the "Yankees",
KENNETH CROUSE and GLENN LEE are co-ownersof an auto-partscompany in Burlington. Their biggest
customer is AUBREY MCDONALD, who isarace driver. PHIL Sl-IARPE and ROBERT PITTS arehis"pit crew".
JERRY MICHAEL is assistant manager of Carolina Biological Supply Company.
RICKY McADAMS is owner of McAdarn's Esso Station in Gibsonville.
BILL MAY and JERRY THOMAS are still driving school buses. Theyjust couldn't stand to leave good ole
114 and 59.
DOUG McADAMS and HUBERT PENLAND have bought out Byrd's Food Stores. They have added three
more stores to the chain.
RHONNIE PRICE is the owner of Price's Modeling Agency. MARY ANNE NIX is his highest paid model.
KATHY SELF is a member of the "Rockettes" in New York City.
JUNIE SIMPSON and DON PETTY are married. Don drives the hottest '72 Chevy in town.
DAVID PERKINS is the manager of a reducing salon. He has gained 75 pounds in the last year.
THOMAS TICKLE is head of the Boy Scouts in North Carolina.
LARRY SPOON is the leader of a nationally known combo.
LINDA MORICLE and Jerry are happily married. They have a huge mansion in Texas - big enough for
them and their eight children.
LESLIE WAGONER is a mortlcian in Chicago. You know, "More peopleg more business."
CHARLIE SMITH holds the title " World's Fastest Tire Changer" ! He takes only three minutes!
FAYE BROWN is " Mrs. America of 19'72". She and Frankie are happily married.
SHIRLEY BLANCHARD teaches Art at Williams High School.
JIMMY TURNER is the sales manager for Ford Motor Company. He really sells those '72 Fords!
VICKIE SWIFT and her husband Barry Hodge have moved to New York City where she is a piano teacher
at Columbia University.
JUDY CLAPP and F. A. have two beautiful children now. They are attending Elon Elementary School.
DOUG WAGONER is the only millionaire plumber in the world. He builds go-carts for a hobby.
SID JOHNSON is the manager of Alamance County's ABC Store. Never touches the stuff himself.
DIANNE WYRICK and JO ANN LOWE are happily married to good-looking football heroes.
RANDY ADKINS is a world-famous "silent" comedian. He never says a word.
The next morning, on my way home, I decided to repay Prof. Wagoner's visit. When I reached his
office, I found him and Coach Miller in deep discussion on basketball plays. Denny received an appoint-
ment as assistant coach. He had resigned as math professor.
This is the way the lives of the 47 members of the Class of 1962 of Elon College High School have
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