Enka High School - Enkanoca Yearbook (Enka, NC)

 - Class of 1962

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" A ,vfff ffiyfgl K fc, ' Wifi, ',. waz!! 0 orth Carolina Present THe 1962 ,V,fG,f,19H 1 SW I v CONTENTS Open n . . Administrofion . . . C . ing Secfio urrrculum . CI CISSSS Acfivifies . . 85 Afhlefics Adverfise Ill menfs 196 'Y R., 'N .-cb" 'Q YXVLQ 'HW-M, N .. '-3" ff' if fm lmgxi QfsS"m..,,,X W N""""-e '-QR 0,0ur Alma Maier' i O, our Alma Mater! Love thee we do! Our hearts o'er flowing with thy spirit true ln the hour of trials, When things go wrong We'll sing the victory the whole day long! 25311016 X MW wmv gm fb v5wMf. M WRLJ gong OLUZ Blu Qllsgvul 'UH 'lpuuwe Qfkmfk -flQfwa.L-J'14- Kabul 'Lb K Q, ZLELQH A KVM! 1.2-'vw : 4 Mud Uwubfic ffw-WMV 1961 HIGH SCHOOL 1962 'MJJ-1,f.?M HAWQJWLQAQ EL '71, , , " Q 0, M41 , 1 1 1,1 Y?-efufy 4 1 EDITORS Mary Kathlyn Brigmon Joi-Jon Llewellyn In M MOBIH I 'X Mr. Earl Crawford served For many years as teacher and principal in the public schools of this state and more recently as principal of the Pisgah and Candler Elementary Schools of Buncombe County. ln serving in these capacities, he set a noble and worthy example for his colleagues and For his students, and endeared himself to all who knew him. He possessed an understanding heart, an innate kindness, and a hum- ble spirit. He faced and overcame discouragement and disappointment with a truly gentlemanly character. His indomitable spirit and serenity of Faith were tremendous factors in his civic, religious and educational endeavors. His nobleness of character will long be revered by the people of Bun- combe County. 6 The Scholarship Committee and Mr. Tomberlin meet to discuss an additional method to be employed For the recognition of distinctive scholarship. Juniors and seniors with outstanding academic records shall be recognized as Varsity Scholars The Principal and Faculty of Enka High School are striving constantly to elevate scholastic standards and to inspire greater accomplishment. AIIMI ISlllAllll CHU ll ADMI I Buncombe County Board of Education members are: J. G. Northcott, Chair- man, J. M. Cauble, Mrs . Ben W. Davis, C. G. Roberts, T. C. Roberson, County Superintendent, Charles C . Bell, Vice-Chairman, Lawrence Stoker, Attorney . County Superintendent T. C. RO- berson and Assistant Superintendent R. A . Tomberlin are very much in- terested in Enka High School's Future. SlRAlI0 1 N! 7 ...li-1. . 4, ..-4"" Local School Board members Tom Tweed, Tom Mallonee, Chairman, Phil McKinney, Jack London, Bill McElrath, Assistant Principal, and Hugh Tomberlin, Principal, discuss school plans 8 w ,,....f-W , ff' r gf 'I ll e-ef s L marr- ' ny? ska.: A 3 1' as M Principal ln addition to his consistently excellent work in the fields of co- ordination of classroom instruction, the influence of Mr. Tomberlin is evident in many other facets of school life. His high ideals and prin- ciples serve constantly as examples to over a thousand students here at Enka. Working willingly with students in many activities and varied school projects, as well as serving as personal counselor to others, he has displayed a genuine interest beyond the limits of administration He has the respect and admiration of the entire student body. y 9 FACULTY 10 MRS. ELLA BRIGMON Typing and Business Math MRS. MADITH CANDLER Geography and Special Education MR. JAY CANTER Bookkeeping, Typing, Bus. Law, and Shorthand MR. GEORGE CATHEY General Science MR. PAUL DEASON Science, Algebra and Math MRS. BETTY DeLOZlER Home Economics MR. HUGH DeLOZIER Diversified Occupations MR. MAX DUCKETT Industrial Arts and Mech. Drawing MRS. HAZEL EDWARDS English land III MR. J. B. EDWARDS Agriculture MRS. INEZ ELKINS World History and Geography MISS NANCY GOSNELL English I and ll MISS RACHEL GURLEY Typing, Shorthand, and Bus.Math MISS JANET HALL General and Business Math MRS. SYLVIA HARBERT English I and Il MISS LAURA HARRELL English III and IV MRS. ELIZABETH HOWLE Spanish and U. S. History MRS. MARGARET HUFF Guidance MR . CHARLES JOHNSON Health and Phys. Ed. MRS. MARGARET KING Spanish and U. S. History MRS. JESSIE KRAMER English III and IV MRS. PEGGY LINGEREELT English I and II MISS SIOTHIA LONGMIRE Health and Phys. Ed. MRS. PEGGY LYONS Library Science MR. SAM MCCRACKEN Algebra and Plane Geometry MR. WILLIAM MCELRATH Biology MISS FLORENCE METCALF General Science ancl Biology MR. RALPH MIDDLETON Band I I I r T l JJTWVWIK aff 77' MISS FRANCES MITCHELL Algebra I, II, and Ill MRS. ELAINE MORREL Latin I and II MR. ROBERT MORRELL Earth Science and Chemistry MR. ALDEN PENLAND U. S . Government, Civics, and Driver's Training MRS. JUDITH RHINEHART U. S. History and English II MRS. WILLIE RUSSELL Latin I and II MRS. CATHERINE RUTHERFORD Speech and World History MRS. RAMONA SANDERS General Math, Economics and Sociology MR. WILLIAM STANLEY Biology MRS. FLORENCE WARREN Physics, Trig., Solid Geometry, and Guidance MR. WILLIAM WARREN Shorthand, Bus. English, and Office Practice MISS BARBARA WISE Home Economics FAC U LTY 11 lllSlllllZlAllMl ISI Mr. Geter C . Robinson Mr . Joseph R. Ramsey Cancller School Venable School lllllll Mr. C. C. Marr Mr. James Robinson Sand Hill School Pisgah School CIISHIIIIAS ln charge of the care of our building are Mr. A W. Harris, Mrs. A. W Harris, and Mr. Howard Moses . liilllllllll PEIISIINNH Our cafeteria personnel are, left to right: Mrs. Shirley Welch, Mrs. Bessie Robinson, Mrs Margaret Sams, Cafeteria Manager, Mrs. Mary Louise Young, Mrs. Ruby Jervis, Mrs. Geor Queen, and Mrs. Bonnie Patterson 12 An opportunity for exploration comes annually with the Science Fair. Students enter proiects pertaining to their respective science courses. We students have every opportunity to pursue our capabili- ties in the curriculum at Enka High School. lZllllllllZlIlllM Roy Smith points out to Nancy Gosnell, llilISlI Confucius once was asked what he would do first if he were to administer a country. "lt would certainly be to correct language," he replied. His listeners were sur rised. P rlWhy?sl The Master's answer: "lf language is not correct, then what is said is not what is meant, if what is said is not what is meant, then what ought to be done remains undone, if this remains undone, morals and arts will deterio- rate, if morals and arts deteriorate, justice will go astray, if justice goes astray, the people will stand about in helpless confusion. Hence there must be no arbitrariness in what is said. This matters above everything." Even in today's modern world, lan- guage, both written and spoken, is still our chief means of communication. One main objective of Enka High School's English Department is helping students learn to express themselves clearly and correctly, whether they will be filling out college applications or applying for a job. The study of literature naturally brings the writing of themes. L . 11 in .Vi I2 ,r QQt.'g4 Billy Jervis, and Mary Phillips a famil- iar author on the literary map. Micky Franklin, Wayne Caldwell, and Rose Mary Ingle present a skit from U Great Expectations . ' v- Jan Crawford, James Robinson, and Sondra Wise find that a research paper in Mrs. Kramer's English class requires some library work. Janet explains how to prove a theorem to some classmates. Two freshmen demonstrate the art of paper folding . Mathematics is one of the most impor- tant departments at Enka High School. Through teaching students to increase their reasoning ability, it has apractical appli- cation for everyone. Thus it is a course of study needed by all students, not just those who are planning to enter college or students interested in a mathematical career. Enka High offers a variety of mathe- matical course ranging from General Math I to Solid Geometry and Trigonometry and Algebra Ill, which are actually on a col- lege level. class learns about the slide rule. Miss Mitchell's freshmen algebra Sllll lil ln this age of the atom, Enka High School is privileged to offer an up-to- date and varied science program. While eighty-two percent of the high schools in the United States offer nei- ther chemistry or physics, Enka has both. Besides the more advanced studies, our curriculum contains classes in general science, biology, which is required of all sophomores, and senior science, for students taking a general course of study. A main event of the year for the science department is the annual sci- ence fair. Last year Margaret Green brought national recognition to Enka by winning third place in the National Science Fair with her project on lichens Mr. Cathey's general science class shows how to Find direction without a compass. Dale Rogers and Jerry Rich busily di- sect their Frog in Biology. p r s y w Bestar Wwe t it Kansas If Margaret Green was North Carolina's number one biological representative to the National Science Fair where she won third place l K 'X s N ,A Slllll Tommy Green shows Stella Gilmore a Roman watch tower. Paula Israel points out the annexation of Hawaii to Ray Howell and Carolyn Ward in Mrs. Howle's U. S. History class. I7 SlUHllS Bob Collins shows An- nette Stilwell and Lynda Smith how to put a Ro- man chariot together. Bill Trull shows David Setzer where he would like to travel. Owen Moore shows Catherine Hollifielcl and Jean Wilson the Great Wall of China '5f"s"'-1 IIIISI ISS IIIIIIIAIIII STUDENTS RECEIVE TRAINING IN BASIC OFFICE SKILLS IBUSINESS EDUCATIOND The development of attributes necessary for successful business and economic life is a main concern of the Business Education Depart- ment at Enka High School. It is geared to pre- pare students who possess aptitude and interest in business for tomorrow's world of business. Through planned experiences using machines and equipment, these students become ready For the future's business. Carolyn Payne demonstrates the new technique of Shorthand to Sonia Taylor, Ann Reynolds, Alice Johnson Donald Harding draws on the tachistoscope Mr . Warren's Business Machines class Fears that ii.:-J Diane Bishop demonstrates to Tommy Med- Ford, Lance Wait, and Marie Walker her ability to type II6 words on a one-minute timed writing and 89 net words on a ten- minute timed writing. - X...-. We N ll never learn to use the machine . I8 Exhibits of Roman chariots, a watch tower and battering ram prove interesting to Wayne, David and Johnny. LANGUAGES The knowledge of one or more Foreign languages is adistinguishing mark of being welleducated. Included in the curriculum of Enka High School are two years of Lat- in, a classical language, and two years of Spanish, a modern language. ln addition to studying the Roman language, students learn about the culture, customs, govern- ment, and literature of ancient Rome. Al- though Spanish students spend much of their time learning to speak and write the language, they, too, study customs, music, art, and literature of the Spanish people. By studying Foreign languages and cultures, o ne's understanding of other races and na- tionalities is deepened. Brenda, Martha and Loretta look at the map of Celtic Gaul, in preparation For the study of Caesar's Gallic wars. Students learn important dates connected with their Spanish. ' 1 1 - l a tape recorder which facilitates the im- provement of the pronunciation of Spanish. I9 ll 1 lllllilS ,sjcwi X f I -L '7 w.w .. 4, if lliglr V The beginning of the Roman Empire ---- The founding of the city of Rome in 753 B.C. ---- is pointed out to Steve and Rudy by George, all of whom seem interested in the map of Italy . l KA HIGH RA ll Members of the band are: Flutes--Mary Ann Melton, Joi-Jan Llewellyn, Ray Medford, ' inets--Gail Stubbs Jane Oldham Katherine Hollifield Ann Peebles Carol Riddle Mr ' RCI M l ddlel-on I G Gudgerg Saxophone--Judy Stubbs,Cordon Revis, Ralph Stbnberryg Bass Clarinet--Iris ' ' ' Trumpets--Terry Furness Paul larussi Cecil Edmondsp Trombone--JimmySingleton' E Talented muslclcn hlmself' Allen Ingleg French horn--Lynn Mcliinneyp Boss horns--David McClain, Hal West, is the direct-or of i-he Erika sion--Jerry Singleton, Bill Crook, Frank Davis, Lewis Edwards, Color Guard--W. C High School Band. Majorettes: Cl to rl Trula Kirkpatrick, Phyllis Green- wood, Deane Webb, Jean Sovvers, Miriam West. Drum Maiorette--Stella Gilmore. Not pictured, Carol Gor- mCln. 20 The Enka High Band, under the direction of Mr. Ralph Middleton, plays an important part in promoting school spirit and creating in- terest in the school. The band adds much to school life by playing at football games, pep rallies, and concerts during the year. The officers, Gail Stubbs, vice president, Hal West, president, and Mary Ann Mel- ton, secretary-treasurer, go over The Battered Bride as a selection For perfonz L iT J, gi. .li 1 ,T w v Dr Um Section 'eff fori hf. M f , 9 - ar A - on, Jerry Singleton, Lewis Edllvollqll Meld Frank Davis. ' an 5 VA ' g iazz Form i09elher ln l . , , o The clarmeis Per llett to righfl- Col ance. ecuom first rOW d Ann Peebles. Sec- s , rt , -- Q . X his BfOWfil Cl herlne Holli NV Rudd el B-tl Gudgerf Km s tzl. T e row! l ' 5tubbS- X ':iA Y .ptp ' Q T V V5 f ipiplg"l T T T 'T TT TT TTTTWTT . i'f9'f3f" 'TTTT - v , TTTT ,T it is 2 it TTTTT T TTTTTTTT TTTTTT T,T,,gJT,Tg TTTTTT, TTTTT,,,T 'Q g 1 - K 2 my-W ryj is 5 r tiki f f TTTTTTT sfiigiiiig KTTT T ti 'f r T i A ilir 1 Ptls .H x if Ti s srr s "1 T T it T T T T H . f ' -X TaTTsT - ara L TTTT's 1 T, 1 lil, H . s T TTTZT ssr -" ' , V . . . T , X -...N Xmlwfg RAXG QQ IA TTT, T i T' T 5, ' y if iff?-f " iT'- fee r A ,l xv i X 'l :Q ' Qsl it Q The trumpet section blend their tones to- tx - , I as gether while the bass section listens at- T-wi TTT tentlvely. Paul Iarussn trumpet' David - " McClain b h - F h T il I Q T J I , ass orn, Terry urness, trum- T g ,- pet, Hal West, Cecil Edmonds, trumpet. A 2 I MISC ELLAN EOUS CLASS ES History Students Find history a delightful change as they learn in Mrs. Rhinehart's room by television ".v'v"J"w5' This W Mr. Penland demon- A . strates a machine to Trula Kirkpatrick, a Future driver. Winners in this year's science fair are Jane Cole, First place, physical division, and Louise Walker, first place, Biological. 22 E Shirley Burnett and Jean Jarrett Jrepare sewing projects. Patsy Hyatt, Cora Lee Morgan, Darlene Warren, Phyllis Smith, Alta Arrowood and Sandra Mur- ray learn to prepare a special e tert ' e tun't. n ainm n n Sondra Mears, Mrs. DeLozier, Diana Woody, and Treva Rid- dle Finish pro- iects. In XJ Helen Rogers and Rometta Bur- rell learn the proper way to put in a zipper. L V , M K' I ' ' 2.41 qvww, Sr' V A ., - Q, A , , . X ::A,,.1y,,xh ' ,L--B Q 'Dr ,Mm - W l A 5 . -7 .1 r. ,Q f. 1 7- ' W' 4l'.f .. Carolyn Trull, Mary Lee Ball, Sandra Donna Warren and Linda Jean Young are Allen, and Margaret Crowder learn the cutting material. proper way to bake cakes and pies. 23 J Left to right, front row: Mary Davis, Carolyn Swanger, Margaret lngle, Kitty Sherlin, Linda Brookshire, Marlene Plemmons, Shirley Warren, Brenda Holland, Cathey DeBord, Mr. Huff, director, Creola Greene, Ginger Edmonds, Susan Oates, Linda Young, Peggy Wilson, Ann Penland, Sammie Wagoner, Martha Ann Letterman, Phyllis Dalton, Joi-Jan Llewellyn. Sec- ond row: Janice Lance, Janet Austin, Rosemary lngle, Diane Freck, Janice Boydston, Sandra Allen, Darlene Warren, Joann Brookshire, Carolyn DeVore, Janet Smith, Joan Gallion, Yvonne Reagan, Mary Collette, Micki Swanger, Glenda Galyeon, Thelma Searcy, Naomi Gardner, Libby Moore, Brenda Rathbone. Third row: Paul Metcalf, Dan Penland, Clarence Melson, Reagan Riddle, Danny Lindsey, James Rhineheart, Ronnie Rhodes, Jerry Sutton, James Shields, Edward Jenkins, Ronnie Rector, Tommy Morris, Robert Clement, Floyd Rice, John Pearson, Mike Nichols, Bill Sandlin, Robert Elliot. Students who are interested in music and enjoy singing have the opportunity of joining Enka High's Glee Club. Musical ap- preciation in the student body is stimulated by the efforts of this organization. Members of the Glee Club are ably instructed and directed by Mr. David Huff. James plays the organ while some of the ' Glee Club sings. 24 -an-f .-.ngy kr,:mf,:Q-hw :1'wsg-- ' ' ' k . l .,. , I M J,.h-nw One of Miss Longmire's classes practices Miss Longmire instructs her girls. moving passes . PHYSIIIM lllllllllllll One of Mr. Johnson's classes builds a pyramid. One of our strong Freshmen lifts the barbells SPORTSMANSHIP RECEIVES THE GREATEST STRESS ' lPhysical Educationj Development of body as well as mind is considered important at Enka. All students have an opportunity to participate in athletics Much emphasis is placed on good sportsmanship and fair play. Physical Education, which is a required course For all freshmen, includes studies in first aid and health. 25 ,, .1 ,gm M. . .AL-Q 4' William Whitted, Charles Thompson, and Charles Medford examine automotive parts . if V - Y . ' 'T A 5 ' 5 7 ' ,f . , Q4 it A 1 1 Q t I 2 ' ' if 7' L is Q , - W , 2 f K i . .fl , - . 4 i ,ZW r , . gg , ' i si s ti'2iZ.. sift? 1:4 " i s 2 -:.'-3 ',4 s i, V' k N : - .g,is -.55 : -iff: I " A ' ' , f 4, 1 - ,L :I -gl C6 1 h . , . - M ' TT? -' V. ' . ' I lv A - 1 - 'zffh 4 , . g y-' L ,, 5, 1 ' 'X - . 1. . m f i 5' .W r for 4 fs C W f .1 5 psig A .',,A Min V I L , 'k ., gf' .J A V 'fs' 1 3, . A , f,:Z,SW5, f if , '5,f ,,? -f,:- , fm, - .f gg giggipgi V .,,. X, ,mv N I ei 2, ,U-, ,i :ri . ., , 2- '-J 2 1: 4 , f 2 H X H M W y M ., i 2 ai, f I .l V ' f g C+ fm , be --- V , . A A mv , in " 'iq ir 2-. ' A. VW 7 N 47 .yi gl, if K . X53 fkfgx ,A A C . ' , v -M-., , . . ,, V ,A 2 2 f 'Q' 2 1 'X' gwgg 56:52 Ti N fl! X 5 , s 5 W' l 'A X mi 'yy in Gwynn Penland shows Brenda Rathbone dentistry and nursing proiects. Allen lngle explains the stack regulator of a hot air furnace system to members of the class. Illllllillllll lllllillllillllll The Diversified Occupations course at Enka is especially designed for those students who wish to combine their aca- demic and technical training. Students enrolled in this group attend three classes in the morning. ln the afternoon they go to their various iobs where they gain ex- perience that will help them in their cho- sen vocation. Paul Johnson and Charles Wise operate a drill press. l lx x C fff X Eddie Howell and Bruce James are glueing panel for a cedar chest they are making. fl- Wayne Reagan and Mickey Woody are working on a lawn mower's engine. .153 Na ,cg Q X Dan Shook looks on as Douglas Fisher cuts out grooves for Fitting the back board to Larry Jenkins makes use of the belt sander on the table top he has planned For a pro his gun rack. iect. Industrial arts education provides students with an opportunity to study shopwork and design. Instruction is planned around developing experience with the use of tools and materials. These courses especially appeal to students plan- ning to enter industrial employment. 27 fl Ronnie Herren and Charles Warren and lamp sections for their proiects. lilllllll lil The Guidance Office assis- tants discuss ways of carry- ing out its objectives. Mrs. Warren instructs her students about the directions of a test. GUIDANCE Relatively new at Enka High is the Guid- ance Department, under the direction of Mrs. David Huff. Its main functions are counseling, aiding in the choice of suitable colleges and vocations for seniors after graduation and sup- ervising the National Merit and Preliminary Scholarships Aptitude testing programs for jun- iors and seniors. Currently the guidance room is equipped with approximately four hundred pamphlets, brochures, and catalogues concern- ing various academic and technical school of higher learning. Through the efforts of the Guidance Department, Enka students are at- taining their goal ofa happy, meaningful future Often parents and teachers discuss mutual plans and problems with their counselor. 28 ., Qixkxg "' -1,1153 ' 'ff . 'K ,w 'l'fi?i33:f'5ffi "' . L , f -3" " ,,,.Nt . XS X99 XS- One of the main purposes of the Guidance Department is to provide counseling ser- vices for students. Sondra Wise is talking over her plans with Mrs. Huff, Counselor. jf T T The library during home room period llllllllll fr, ,Nm 1, Q 4 , T : ' I - A A it iw I Q ii ii 'rx 'i V fi : , ' lf. f - E3 , : -:" X '. . f ' Q' "- V Af gl kr ., -.w b ,,. - . , .,.,... 1 3-fgiff., 1. A f "' T' 3' I., i i i , Y A . ..a 'K I , A , . J, ,,,, 4 5,57 ,Q Y " i fm"-..... "'4 u . ' ' 1 i X ,,,. , ' , i ' g , .....-ef' 1 - John Fields, Linda Lands and Bill Trull are doing the routine iob of shelving books. Mrs. Lyons instructs Tommy Raymer and Jim Ussery in the operation of a l6 MM projector. June Thompson and Joan Gallion select some valuable material from the vertical file. LIBRARY One of the most widely used depart- ments at Enka High School is the library. During each year over seventy-two thou- sand books are put into circulation. The library itself contains more than seven thousand books on subiects ranging over all areas of the curriculum . ll IIIAINING Mr. Penland and Carolyn Laney measure Trula Kirk- patrick's depth perception. EMPHASIS PLACED ON SAFETY Developing the correct attitude to- wards the privilege of driving is empha- sized in the driver education course. Be- sides skill and co-ordination, cautious, defensive driving is taught. Abasic know- ledge of auto mechanics is necessary to become a well rounded driver. Supple- mentary experience is gained by students when they actually drive under the super- vision of instructors during the class time. Deanne and Nancy have to learn the paris of a car For Mr. Penland's Driver's Training Class. Nancy tries her hand at the wheel or at running into the building. The class presidenis are: Freshman Class Charles Roberts Senior Class Roger Metcalf Junior Class Polk Rutherford Sophomore Class Mike DeBruhl CLASSS 31 Sl Illll MASS llllllillli Left to right: Mary Kathlyn Brigmon, Treasurer, Gladys Ball, Corresponding Secretary, Rex Mann, Vice President, Stella Gilmore, Recording Secretary, Robert Hill, Reporter, and Roger Metcalf, President. CLASS OF 1962 Barbara Jean Arrowood Douglas Hughy Arrowood Gladys Anne Ball Jack Rodger Bqrneff Larry Wayne Bates Agnes Lorraine Bradley Mary Kathlyn Brigmon Linda Kaye Brooks Billy Reginald Brooks Tresha Careen Brookshire 32 Iris Marie Brown John Richard Brown Billy Lee Buchanan Linda Kathryn Burnette William Scott Bumpus Robert Glenn Capps Brenda Lee Cathey James David Cathey Tamara Ann Chapman Emily Childers Judith Lucille Clark Lloyd Glenn Conner Jan Johnston Crawford Margaret Elizabeth Crowder Jerry Dallas Danieley Judith Lynn Danieley Caroline Irene Davis George Hill Davis, Jr. Mary Leonora Davis Sandra Eileen Davis 33 Joan Marie Dettweiler Francis Herbert Drake Jack Norman Edney Charles Lewis Edwards Margaret Eugenia Elkins Larry Dwight Fields Thelbert Marcus Fincher Ellen Lee Fisher Thomas Edward Franklin Eddie Douglas Frisbee Naomi Kate Gardner Arnold Gasperson Hilda Grace Gasperson Stella Florence Gilmore Patricia Elain Godfrey Carol Frances Gorman Margaret Valeria Green Phyllis Kent Greenwood Rebecca Elaine Hawkins Margaret Ann Hamlin 34 Linda Azile Harding Betty Rosetta Hedden Marvin Daniel Hedden David Lee Hendrix Elizabeth Marion Henry Judith Anne Henson Kenneth Gorey Henson Carolyn Laverne Hice Anita Kaye Hill Robert Edwin Hill Linda Gail Hoglen Katherine Elizabeth Hollifield Edwin Lee Howell Alvin Gay Hutchison Locke Carmel Hutchison Lillie Mae Hyatt Mertis Annette Hyatt Linda Lee Hyer Allen McKinley Ingle Hellen Paula Israel 35 Glenn Michael Jervis Joseph Paul Johnson Judith Ann Lomb Linda Louise Lands Carolyn Annette Laney Mary Lillian Lee Ray Richard Levi Thomas Lee Lewis Doris Ann Lindsey Joi-Jan Llewellyn James Lee London Linda Lou London Beniamin Thomas Luther Berry LOU Lyerly Daniel S1-ephen Mginer Rex Buddy Mann Nerissa Mason James Barton Massie Robert Harold Maggie Edith Estella MgCqr5Qn 36 A. J. McClure John David McClain Portia Lee McCollum Patricia Rae McConnell Ernest Ray Mclilrath, J Sandra Louise McKinney Charles Edward Medford James Willard Medford, Jr. Thomas Lee Medford Mary Ann Melton Paul Daniel Metcalf Roger Dale Metcalf Brenda Lois Miller Frank Jefferson Ewalt Miller,Jr Lloyd Willis Miller,Jr. Janet lrene Moore Owen Douglas Moore Bruce Morgan Mary Joyce Morgan Emma Jean Morris 37 Judith Carrie Murray Brenda Jewel Pearson Aida Lorene Pressley Brenda Lee Rathbone ' 1 Dan Richard O'Kelley Jane LaRue Oldham Norman Bruce Parham Kenneth Allan Parris Alden Lawrence Penland Joyce Anne Penland Howell Douglas Penland Deanna Joyce Plemmons Carolyn Louise Pressley Sara Lou Pressley Edna Juanita Price Judith Ann Quarles Virginia Ann Ray Mary Virginia Redmon Sarah Jane Reeves Theresa Anne Reeves ' i I 38 Elizabeth Ann Rhodes JoAnn Rice Earl McCormick Roberts Th d CI R b a ayton o erts, III Anita Gayle Robinson Ernestine Robinson James Lowell Robinson Linda Norma Jean Robinson Norma DeLane Robinson Ethel Jean Salter Thelma Joyce Scruggs Kenneth Bruce Sexton Jerry Amelia Shook David Ray Smathers Troy Weaver Smith Clarence William Sparks, Jr. John Keith Sprinkle Barbara Jean Stamey John Erwin Starnes Surah Rebecca Stevens 39 1 Ox , 8 ,hw W X - . 1-3. 't'r'x 'U' ,is Sandra Katherine West William Whitted Lois Marie Whittemore JoAnn Wilds Joyce Ann Wilson Charles Henry Wise Sondra Jean Wise Ernest Samuel Wood, Jr. Nancy Carolyn Wright Sherman William Young, Jr CLASS OF 1962 JII Illll MARSH!-118 Junior Marshals for 1961-1962 are left to right, first row: Janet Glazener, Maida Farmer, Aretha Robinson, Lynda Buckner, and Martha Wright. Second row: Polk Rutherford, Douglas Beale, Dennis Bartlett, chief, and Ralph Long. 41 SENIOR DIRECTORY BARBARA JEAN ARROWOOD Business. Red Cross Representative 1,2,35 Future WEEE-s Leaders of America 3,45 Library Assistants Club 45 Library Convention 45 National Forensic League 3,45 Future Homemakers of America 2,35 Future Homemakers of America State Convention 2. DOUGLAS HUGHY ARROWOOD General. 4-H Club 1,2,35 Vocational Industrial Club 4. GLADYS ANNE BALL College Preparatory. Corresponding Secretary, Sen- ior Class 45 Student Council 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Probationary Member of Na- tional Honor Society 25 Scroll Staff 3,45 Feature Editor of Scroll 45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Junior Classical League 1,25 Office Assistant 45 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 25 Grand March 3,4. JACK RODGER BARNETT General. Future Farmers of America 1,2,35 Jun- ior Deputies 1 . LARRY WAYNE BATES General. Junior Deputies 1,2,3,45 4-H Club 1,25 Chess Club 2. AGNES LORRAINE BRADLEY College Preparatory. Homeroom Vice-President 25 Homeroom Reporter 35 Scroll Staff 35 Junior Classi- cal League 1,25 Juniorettes 15 Varsity Cheerleader 3,45 National Forensic League 3,45 Treasurer of National Forensic League 45 Office Assistant 45 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 2. MARY KATHLYN BRIGMON College Preparatory. Treasurer, Junior Class 35 Treasurer, Senior Class 45 Homeroom Vice-President 15 Homeroom President 25 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Probationary Member of National Honor Society 25 Enkanoca Staff 1,2,3,45 Class Editor of Enkanoca 1,25 Assistant Editor of Enkanoka 35 Edit- or-in-chief of Enkanoca 45 Scroll Staff 3,45 Fea- ture Editor of Scroll 3,45 Student Council Senate 3, 42 Student Council Hall Monitor 3, 45 Student Council Chapel Monitor 3,45 Student Council Pep Rally Monitor 45 Future Teachers of America 3,45 College Day Hostess for High Point College 35 Col- lete Day Hostess for Duke University 45 Junior Classical League 1,25 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 25 Junior-Senior Steering Committee 35 Grand March 3,45 Band 1,35 Secretary of Band 15 ' 42 MARY KATHLYN BRIGMON icontinuedi Certificate for Straight A's 1, 25 Latin Award 25 Asheville Civitan Club Citizenship Award 35 Cer- tificate for Magazine Sales 35 Semifinalist and Finalist in National Merit Scholarship Competition 45 Semifinalist in Angier B. Duke Memorial Scho- larship Competition 45 Biology--Western Carolina High School Academic Field Day 25 Chairman of Career Day Reception Committee 45 Senior Super- lative, Most Studious, 4. BILLY REGINALD BROOKS General. Homeroom Officer 15 Baseball 15 Junior Varsity Football 1,25 Bus Driver 4. LINDA KAYE BROOKS College Preparatory. Homeroom Vice-President 15 Homeroom President 25 Homeroom Reporter 45 Beta Club 2,3,45 Treasurer of Beta Club 35 Beta Club State Convention 35 Future Teachers of America 3, 45 President of Future Teachers of America 45 Jun- ior Classical League 1,25 Monogram Club 2,3,45 Girls' Basketball 1,2,3,45 Co-Captain 35 Waitress a t Junior-Senior Banquet 25 Grand March 35 Chair- man of Hall Committee for Junior-Senior 3. - TRESHA CAREEN BROOKSHIRE General. Homeroom Vice-President 45 4-H Club 1,2,35 Library Assistants Club 1,25 Future Nurses of America 45 Future Homemakers of America 1,25 Juniorettes 1,2. JOHN RICHARD BROWN General. Homeroom Vice-President 45 Monogram Club 3,45 Junior Civitan Club 45 Varsity Football 3,45 Junior Varsity Football 1,25 Junior Varsity Basketball 1,2. IRIS MARIE BROWN College Preparatory. Enkanoca Staff 1,2,3,45 Jun- ior Classical League 1,25 National Forensic League 25 Johnson City Congress 25 Band 1,2,3,45 All State Band Try Outs 1,2,3,4. BILLY LEE BUCHANAN General. Junior Deputies 1,25 4-H Club 1. WILLIAM SCOTT BUMPUS General. Enkanoca Staff 3. LINDA KATHRYN BURNETTE Business. Future Business Leaders of America 4. SENIOR DIRECTORY ROBERT GLENN CAPPS General. Future Business Leaders of America 37 Junior Classical League I7 Junior Varsity Football l,2f Vocational Industrial Club 4. BRENDA LEE CATHEY General. Homeroom Treasurer 37 Future Homemak-. ers of America l,2,3,4f Juniorettes I7 Office As- sistant 4. JAMES DAVID CATHEY College Preparatory. Homeroom Vice-President 47 Student Council I,2,31 National Honor Society 2, 3,47 Probationary Member of National Honor Soc- iety 27 Monogram Club 2,3,47 Junior Civitan Club 3,47 Junior Marshal 37 Junior Varsity Football I7 Junior Varsity Basketball I,27 Varsity Football 2, 3,47 Varsity Basketball 3,47 Track I,2,3,4. TAMARA ANN CHAPMAN Business. Future Business Leaders of America 47 Juniorettes I7 4-H Club I,2. EMILY CHILDERS General. Homeroom Reporter I7 Juniorettes I7 4-H Club I.2. JUDITH LUCILLE CLARK College Preparatory. Homeroom Secretary 27 Home- room Treasurer 37 Beta Club 2,35 Junior Classical League I,27 Future Business Leaders of America 2, 3,47 Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 47 Future Nurses of America 2,3,47 Chairman of Invitation Committee for Junior-Senior 37 Grand March 37 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 2. LLOYD GLENN CONNOR General. Junior Deputies I. JAN JOHNSTON CRAWFORD College Preparatory. Homeroom President I, 37 Student Council 47 President, Student Council 47 National Honor Society 2,3,47 Probationary Mem- ber, National Honor Society 27 Monogram Club 2, 37 National Forensic League 3,47 Junior Classical League I,27 Vice President, JuniorClassical League 27 Junior Marshal 37 Junior Civitan Club 47 Waiter at Junior-Senior Banquet 2. MARGARET ELIZABETH CROWDER General. Enkanoca Staff 37 Library Assistants Club 3, 47 Treasurer, Library Assistants Club 47 Future Nurses of America 3,47 Future Homemakers of America I,27 Grand March 3. JERRY DALLAS DANIELEY General. Homeroom Officer I,27 4-H Club I,2,37 Junior Deputies I,27 Waiter at Junior-Senior Ban- quet 3. JUDITH LYNN DANIELEY Business. Future Business Leaders of America 47 Future Homemakers of America I,27 Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3. CAROLINE IRENE DAVIS Business. Homeroom Reporter 27 Homeroom Sec- retary 37 Homeroom Treasurer 47 Beta Club 2,3,47 Future Business Leaders ofAmerica 47 Future Nurses of America 47 Future Homemakers of America I,2, 3,47 Junior Degree, Future Homemakers of America 37 Office Assistant 4. GEORGE HILL DAVIS, JR. General. Varsity Football 37 Track 37 Junior Var- sity Football 2. MARY LEO NORA DAVIS General. Homeroom Secretary 47 Future Business Leaders of America 3,47 Future Homemakers of America I,2,47 4-H Club I7 Science Club I,27 C.Y.O. I,2. SANDRA EILEEN DAVIS College Preparatory. Homeroom Secretary 37 Beta Club 3,47 Scroll Staff 47 Co-Editor of Society Sheet 47 Future Business Leaders of America 3,47 Future Homemakers of America I,27 Guidance Room As- sistant 4. JOAN MARIE DETTWEILER Business. Future Business Leaders of America 3,47 Future Homemakers of America I,27 Girls' Basket- ball I. FRANCIS HERBERT DRAKE College Preparatory. Homeroom Officer 2,32 Fut- ure Teachers of America 3,4. JACK NORMAN EDNEY General . CHARLES LEWIS EDWARDS College Preparatory. Beta Club 27 Junior Classical Lea ue I,2,37 Monogram Club 3,47 Junior Civitan CIUE 3,47 Band I7 Varsity Football Manager 3,47 Baseball Manager 37 Track Manager 2,3,47 Office Assistant 47 Junior Varsity Football 27 Waiter at Junior-Senior Banquet 2. SENIIIII DIRECTORY MARGARET EUGENIA ELKINS Business. Future Business Leaders of America 47 Lib- rary Assistants Club 3,47 Future Nurses of America 3,4. JOHN BURGIN FIELDS General. LARRY DWIGHT FIELDS Business . THELBERT MARCUS FINCHER College Preparatory. Future Business Leaders of America 4. ELLEN LEE FISHER College Preparatory. Homeroom Secretary I, 27 Homeroom Treasurer 37 Student Council47 National Honor Society 2,3,47 Probationary Member, Na- tional Honor Society 27 Scroll Staff 37 Junior Club Editor 37 Future Teachers of America 2,3,47 Junior Classical League I,27 Future Homemakers of Am- erica 47 Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,47 Head Cheer- leader 47 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 3rd Place in Magazine Sales 37 Junior-Senior Steering Committee 37 Grand March 3,47 Latin Award 27 Chairman of Committee for Junior-Senior 37 Office Assistant 4. I THOMAS EDWARD FRANKLIN General. Monogram Club 37 Junior Deputies I,27 'BHEEITEIT I,27 Junior Varsity Football I7 Junior Varsity Basketball 27 Junior-Senior Staff of Work- ers 3. EDDIE DOUGLAS FRISBEE General. Homeroom Officer I7 Waiter at Junior- Senior Banquet 27 Vocational Industrial Club 4. NAOMI KATE GARDNER General. Y-Teens 2,32 Juniorettes I7 Glee Club 3,47 Future Teachers of America 37 Future Nurses ofAmerica I,2,37 Track I7 Vocational Industrial Club 4. ARNOLD GASPERSON General. Vocational Industrial Club 4. HILDA GRACE GASPERSON General. Bulletin Board Committee 37 Junior-Sen- ior Flower Committee 3. 44 STELLA FLORENCE GILMORE College Preparatory. Recording Secretary, Senior Class 47 Student Council 2,3,4f Recording Secre- tary, Student Council 37 National Honor Society 2, 3,47 Probationary Member National Honor Society 27 Future Teachers ofAmerica 3,47 Junior Classical League l,2f Recording Secretary, Junior Classical League 27 Future Nurses of America 47 4-H Club I,2,3,47 Maiorette I,2,3,47 Assistant Head Maior- ette 27 Head Maiorette 3, 47 Grand March 3, 47 Waitress at Junior-Senior Bqnquet 27 Homecoming Court 4. PATRICIA ELAIN GODFREY General. Library Assistants Club 47 Future Home- makers of America I,2. CAROL FRANCES GORMAN College Preparatory. Homeroom President I7 Home- room Reporter 27 Homeroom Secretary 37 Homeroom President 47 Enkanoca Staff 47 Future Business of America 47 Future Teachers of America 47 Junior Classical League l,2f Future Homemakers of Amer- ica 47 Juniorettes I7 4-H Club I7 Maiorette 3,42 Track I, 37 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Grand March 3,4. MARGARET VALERIA GREEN College Preparatory. National Honor Society 2,3, 47 Probationary Member, National Honor Society 27 Corresponding Secretary, National Honor Society 47 Junior4Classical League I,27 National Forensic League 2,3,47 Girls' Basketball I,27 Science Fairs I,2,37 Ist in School and District I,27 Ist in School, District, State 37 3rd in International 37 Exhibit Excellency-State 27 Waitress at Junior-Senior Ban- q uet 2. PHYLLIS KENT GREENWOOD College Preparatory. Homeroom Reporter I7 Stu- dent Council 2,3,47 Vice President, Student Coun- cil 37 President of House of Representatives, Stu- dent Council 47 National Honor Society 2,3,47 Probationary Member, National Honor Society 27 Enkanoca Staff 2,3,47 Class Editor 37 Art Editor 47 Scroll Staff 27 Junior Classical League I,27 Na- tional Forensic League 47 Juniorettes I7 Maiorette 2,3,4f Good Citizenship Award l,2f Girls State 1961 37 National Merit Scholarship Semi-finalist47 Homecoming Court 47 Grand March 3,47 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 2. MARGARET ANN HAMLIN General. SENIOR DIRECTORY LINDA AZILE HARDING General. Homeroom Secretary 37 Future Business T.-e-age-Efof America 47 Future Homemakers of Am- erica I, 2,32 Juniorettes I7 Waitress at Junior- Senior Banquet 2. REBECCA ELAINE HAWKINS Business. Enkanoca Staff 3,42 Scroll Staff 3,42 FJ5FEUsiness Leaders of America 2,3,4f National Forensic League 2,3,47 Recording Secretary, Na- tional Forensic League 47 Juniorettes I7 4-H Club I . BETTY ROSETTA HEDDEN General. Library Assistants Club 2,37 Future Home- makers of America I,27 Juniorettes I7 4-H Club I7 Girls' Basketball I. MARVIN DANIEL HEDDEN College Preparatory. Homeroom Vice-President 27 Track 4. DAVID LEE HENDRIX General. Homeroom Treasurer 27 Homeroom Re- porter 37 Monogram 2,3,47 Junior Civitan Club 47 Junior Deputies I7 Varsity Football 2,3,47 Baseball I,27 Office Assistant 37 Junior Varsity Football I7 Junior Varsity Basketball I . ELIZABETH MARION HENRY College Preparatory. Homeroom Vice-President 27 Homeroom Reporter 37 Beta Club 2,3,47 State Beta Convention 3,47 Reporter, Beta Club 37 National Forensic League 47 Future Homemakers of America I,2,3,47 Future Homemakers State Convention I,2, 47 Vice-President, Future Homemakers of America 37 President, Future Homemakers of America 47 County Vice-President, Future Homemakers of Am- erica 37 Girls' Basketball I7 Junior Degree, Future Homemakers of America I7 Chapter Degree, Future Homemakers of America 27 Girls State, I96I, 37 2nd Place Winner in Science Fair 37 Chairman of Program Committee for Junior-Senior 37 Steering Committee for Junior-Senior 37 Grand March 37 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 2. JUDITH ANNE HENSON Business. Beta Club 2,3,47 Future Business Leaders of America 47 4-H Club I7 Y-Teens 2,35 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 2. KENNETH GAREY HENSON General. Junior Deputies I,2. CAROLYN LAVERNE HICE College Preparatory. Homeroom Reporter 27 Home- room President 37 Bulletin Board Chairman 47 Stud- ent Council 37 Future Business Leaders of America 37 Junior Classical League 2,3. ANITA KAYE HILL College Preparatory. Homeroom President 27 Home- room Secretary 37 Homeroom Vice-President 47 Stu- dent Council I,47 Beta Club 2, 3, 47 Beta Club State Convention 47 Enkanoca Staff 37 Future Teach- ers of America 47 Future Nurses of America 2,37 Band I7 Waitress atJunior-Senior Banquet 27 Home- coming Court 47 Office Assistant 4. ROBERT EDWIN HILL General. Reporter, Senior Class 47 Homeroom Re- porter 3i Student Council 27 Future Farmers of America I,2,3,4. LINDA GAIL HOGLEN General. KATHERINE ELIZABETH HOLLIFIELD College Preparatory. Beta Club 2,37 Enkanoca Staff 47 Future Teachers of America 47 JuniorClass- ical League I,27 4-H Club I7 Band I,2,3,47 AII State Workshop Band 37 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 2. I EDWIN LEE HOWELL General. Homeroom Reporter I7 Homeroom Vice- President 2,47 Homeroom President 37 Library As- sistants Club 47 Future Farmers of America I,2,3,47 Junior Deputies I,27 Varsity Football 3,47 Junior Varsity Football I,27 Junior Varsity Basketball I. ALVIN GAY HUTCHISON College Preparatory. Homeroom Secretary I7 Home- room Treasurer 27 Homeroom Vice-President 37 Fut- ure Teachers of America 47 Junior Civitan Club 3, 47 Varsity Basketball 3,47 Track 2,3,47 Junior Var- sity Football I7 Junior Varsity Basketball I,2. LOCKE CARMEL HUTCHISON General. Future Farmers of America I,27 Voca- tional Industrial Club 3,4. LILLIE MAE HYATT General. Track I. SENIOR DIRECTORY MERTIS ANNETTE HYATT Business. Glee Club I7 Field Day at Cullowhee 27 m Vice-President 27 Homeroom President37 Homeroom Secretary 47 Student Council 37 Beta Club 2,3,4f Corresponding Secretary, Beta Club 37 Secretary, Beta CIub47 Enkanoca Staff 2,3,47 Class Editor, Enkanoca 37 Business Manager, Enlcanoca 47 Future Business Leaders of America 3,42 Vice Presi- dent, Future Business Leaders of America 37 Trea- surer, Future Business Leaders of America 47 Office Assistant 47 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Talent Show I7 School Science Fair 27 Second High- est Salesman in Junior Class Magazine Drive 3. LINDA LEE HYER College Preparatory. Homeroom Secretary 27 Stud- ent Council 47 National Honor Society 3,42 Scroll Staff 3,42 National Forensic League 2,3,47 Presi- dent, National Forensic League 47 Future Home- makers of America I,2,47 Juniorettes I7 Varsity Cheerleader 47 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 27 Fut- ure Homemakers of America State Rally l,27 Junior Degree, Future Homemakers of America I7 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 National Member of National Forensic League 3. ALLEN MCKINLEY INGLE General. Junior Deputies l,27 4-H Club I7 Voca- tional lndustrialClub3,47 Band I,2,3,4. HELLEN PAULA ISRAEL General. Homeroom Secretary 47 Library Assistants Club 47 Library Club l,2,37 Girls Rifle Club I,2, 37 Secretary-Treasurer, Girls Rifle Club 27 Presi- dent Girls Rifle Club 37 Girls Club Representative 37 Knockout Staff 37 Garland Girl 3. I KENNETH LANE JAYNES General. Future Farmers of America I,2,3,47 4-H Club I7 Varsity Football 3,47 Junior Varsity Foot- ball l,2. GLENN MICHAEL JERVIS General. JOSEPH PAUL JOHNSON General. Homeroom Officer 27 Junior Deputies I, 27 4-H Club l,27 Vocational Industrial Club 47 Jun- ior Varsity Football I . JUDITH ANN LAMB College Preparatory. Homeroom President 37 Stu- dent Council 37 National Honor Society 3,47 Vice- President, National Honor Society 47 Enkanoca Staff 37 Scroll Staff 47 Future Teachers of America 47 Junior Classical League 2,3,47 President, Jun- ior Classical League 37 Band I,2,3f Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Junior-Senior Steering Committee 37 Representative for Scroll to Editors Roundtable at Cullowhee 4. LINDA LOUISE LANDS General. Junior-Senior Flower Committee 3. CAROLYN ANNETTE LANEY General. Homeroom Secretary I7 Homeroom Re- porter 27 Future Homemakers of America I,47 Of- fice Assistant 4. MARY LILLIAN LEE Business. Future Business Leaders of America 47 Future Nurses of America 2,37 Future Homemakers of America I. RAY RICHARD LEVI General. THOMAS LEE LEWIS College Preparatory. National Honor Society 37 Scroll Staff 3,47 Junior Classical League l,2. DORIS ANN LINDSEY General. Future Homemakers of America 4. JOI-JAN LLEWELLYN College Preparatory. Student Council Senate 47 National Honor' Society 2,3,47 Probationary Mem- ber, National Honor Society 27 Enkanoca Staff I, 2,3,47 Class Editor l,27 Assistant Editor, Enkanoca 37 Editor-in-chief Enkanoca 47 Editor's Roundtable at Culowhee 47 Future Teachers of America 3,47 Junior Classical League 2,37 National Forensic League 2,3,47 Corresponding Secretary, National Forensic League 47 Preliminary Congress, Erwin, Tennessee 37 Talent Show l,27 Juniorettes I7 4-H Club I7 Band I,2,3,47 Secretary, Band 27 South- Eastern Associational Marching Tournament 37 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Program Com- mittee for Junior-Senior 37 Grand March 3,47 Sen- ior Play 47 Homecoming at Western Carolina Col- lege with the band 3,42 Red Cross I7 Talent Con- test Winner at Editor's Roundtable 47 Office Assist- an tf4. SENIOR DIIIECTIIIIY JAMES LEE LONDON General. Junior Deputies I,27 Track 47 Color Guard 4. LINDA LOU LONDON Business. Homeroom Treasurer 37 Future Business Leaders of America 47 Juniorettes I7 4-H Club I. BENJAMIN THOMAS LUTHER College Preparatory. Homeroom Officer 3,47 Beta CIUB 2,31 Beta Convention 27 Junior-Senior Steer- ing Committee 37 Waiter at JJnior-Senior Banquet 27 Monogram Club 3,47 Future Ihrmers of America I,2,3,47 Junior Civitan Club 3,47 Varsity Football 3,47 Co-Captain, Varsity Football 47 Track 3,47 Office Assistant 47 Junior Varsity Football I,2. BETTY LOU LYERLY Business. Future Business Leaders of America 47 Future Homemakers of America 47 Juniorettes I,2. DANIEL STEPHEN MAINER College Preparatory. Homeroom Treasurer I7 Home- room President 37 Junior Classical League I. REX BUDDY MANN College Preparatory. Treasurer, Sophomore Class 27 Vice-President, Junior and Senior Classes 3, 47 Homeroom PresidentI7 Student Council 2,3,47 Beta Club 2,3,47 Junior Classical League I,27 Mono- gram Club 3,47 Junior Civitan Club 3,42 Varsity Football 3,47 Track 2,3,47 Alternate Co-Captain, Varsity Football 47 Waiter at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Grand March 3, 47 Junior Varsity Football 27 Junior Marshal 3. NERISSA MASON College Preparatory. Homeroom Secretary I,27 Student Council 3,47 National Honor Society 3,42 Recording Secretary, National Honor Society 47 Library Assistants Club 3,47 State Secretary of N. C.H.S.L.A. 47 Varsity Cheerleader 3,47 Assistant Head Cheerleader 47 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 27 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Junior Mar- shal 37 Homecoming Court 47 Office Assistant 4. JAMES BERTON MASSIE Business. Homeroom President I7 Future Business Leaders of America 47 Junior Deputies I,2. ROBERT HAROLD MASSIE General. Homeroom Officer 37 Beta Club 2,31 Future Farmers of America I,27 Junior Deputies I7 Junior Varsity Football 2. 47 EDITH ESTELLA McCARSON General. Future Homemakers of America I. JOHN DAVID McCLAlN College Preparatory. National Honor Society 2,3, 47 Probationary Member, National Honor Society 27 Scroll Staff 37 Junior Editor, Scroll Staff 37 Jun- ior Classical League I,27 National Forensic League I,27 Waiter at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Lighting and Gym Committee for Junior-Senior 37 Band 2., 3,4- A. J. McCLURE College Preparatory. Homeroom Vice-President I7 Homeroom President 27 Homeroom Reporter 47 Na- tional Honor Society 2, 37 Probationary Member, National Honor Society 27 Junior Classical League I,2,37 Monogram Club 47 Junior Civitan Club 3,47 Varsity Football Center 47 Track I,2,47 Waiter at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Grand March 37 Junior Varsity Football I. PORTIA LEE MCCOLLUM College Preparatory. Homeroom Vice-President 37 Beta Club 2,37 Enkanoca Staff 3,47 Senior Class Editor, Enkanoca Staff 47 Junior Classical League I,27 Juniorettes I7 Band I7 Varsity Cheerleader 47 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 27 Waitress at Junior- Senior Banquet 2. PATRICIA RAE MCCONNELL Business. Student Council 47 Enkanoca Staff 47 Future Business Leaders of America 47 Future Nur- ses of America 2,3,47 Reporter, Future Nurses of America 37 Future Homemakers of America I,27 Juniorettes I,2,37 4-H Club I7 Winner of Sports- manship Theme Contest 4. ERNEST RAY MCELRATH, JR. General. Junior Deputies I. SANDRA LOUISE McKINNEY General. Homeroom Reporter 47 Juniorettes I,27 4-H Club I,27 Girl's Basketball 2. ' CHARLES EDWARD MEDFORD Business. Homeroom Officer I,27 Future Business Leaders of America 3,47 4-H Club I,2,3,45 Voce- tional Industrial Club 47 Band 2,31 Junior Varsity Football I. JAMES WILLARD MEDFORD, JR. College Preparatory. Homeroom Reporter 27 Home- room President 47 Beta Club 2,3f Junior Classical League I,2. SENIOR DIRECTORY THOMAS LEE MEDFORD College Preparatory. Student Council 47 Scroll Staff 47 Co-Editor, Scroll 4. MARY ANN MELTON General. JuniorClassical League 2,37 Future Nur- ses of America I,2,3,47 Juniorettes I7 4-H Club I, 2,3,47 Band I,2,3,47 Work Shop Band 37 Secretary- Treasurer, Band 4. PAUL DANIEL METCALF General. Student Council I7 Vocational Industrial -Club 3,4. ROGER DALE METCA LF College Preparatory. Reporter, Freshman Class I7 President, Senior Class 47 Homeroom Treasurer I7 Homeroom President 27 Student Council I,2,3,47 National Honor Society 2,3,47 Probationary Mem- ber, National Honor Society 27 Treasurer, National Honor Society 37 Future Teachers of America 2,3, 47 Monogram Club 2,3,47 Junior Civitan Club 3,47 Varsity Football 2,3,47 Co-Captain, Varsity Foot- ball 47 Varsity Basketball 3,47 Junior Varsity Foot- ball I7 Junior Varsity Basketball l,27 Track 2,37 Manager, Track 37 Good Citizen Award 27 Office Assistant 3,47 Waiter at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Grand March 3,47 Chief Junior Marshal 3. BRENDA LOIS MILLER Business. Enkanoca Staff 47 Future Nurses of Amer- ica 37 Future Homemakers of America I,47 Junior- ettes I7 4-H Club I,2,3. FRANK JEFFERSON EWALT MILLER, JR. General. Homeroom Secretary I7 Homeroom Vice- President 2,37 Student Council l,2f Future Teach- ers of America 47 Monogram Club 2,3,47 Junior Civitan Club 3,47 Varsity Football 2,3,47 Alter- nate Co-Captain, Varsity Football 47 Varsity Bas- ketball 3,47 Co-Captain, Varsity Basketball 47 Baseball 1,27 Track 3,42 Junior Varsity Football I, 27 Junior Varsity Basketball I. LLOYD WILLIS MILLER, JR. College Preparatory. Homeroom Vice-President I7 Homeroom Treasurer 27 Homeroom President 47 Stu- dent Council 3,42 National Honor Society 2,3,47 Probationary Member, National Honor Society 27 Junior Classical League l,27 Junior Civitan Club 3,47 Treasurer, Junior Civitan Club 37 President, Junior Civitan Club 47 Band I7 Winner of District Science Fair 27 3rd Place, Enka Science Fair 37 Good Citizen Award 37 Waiter at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Junior Marshal 3. JANET IRENE MOORE Business. Homeroom Treasurer I7 Homeroom Sec- retary 2, 37 Enkanoca Staff 3, 47 Future Business Leaders of America 3,47 Future Homemakers ofArn- erica I, 2, 3, 47 Reporter, Future Homemakers of America 47 Junior Degree, Future Homemakers 27 Chapter Degree, Future Homemakers 37 Candidate for State Degree, Future Homemakers 47 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 2. I OWEN DOUGLAS MOORE General. Waiter at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Homeroom Treasurer 3. BRUCE MORGAN General. Bus Driver 3,47 Junior Deputies l,2. MARY JOYCE MORGAN College Preparatory. Homeroom Vice-President I7 Homeroom Secretary 27 Student Council 37 Beta Club 2,3,4f Junior Classical League 2,37 Library Assistants Club 3,47 Future Nurses of America 2, 37 Juniorettes I7 4-H Club I7 Waitress at Junior-Sen- ior Banquet 2. EMMA JEAN MORRIS Business. Future Business Leaders of America 47 Juniorettes I7 4-H Club I,2,37 Band I,2,3. JUDITH CARRIE MURRAY General. Future Nurses of America 27 Juniorettes l,27 4-H Club l,2. DAN RICHARD O'KELLY General. Homeroom Officer 3,47 Junior Deputies I,2,37 4-H Club l,2. JANE LARUE OLDHAM College Preparatory. National Honor Society 3,47 Band 2,3,4. NORMAN BRUCE PARHAM General. Homeroom Officer I,47 Student Council I7 Future Farmers of America I,2,3,47 Junior De- puties I, 2, 37 4-H Club I, 27 Junior Varsity Foot- ball I7 Bus Driver 3,4. KENNETH ALLAN PARRIS Business. Homeroom President 47 Future Business Leaders of America 47 Junior Deputies 47 Track 4. BRENDA JEWEL PEARSON General. Juniorettes l,27 4-H Club I,2. SENIIIII DIRE TIIIIY ALDEN LAWRENCE PENLAND College Preparatory. Homeroom Vice-President I, 37 Student Council 2,47 Beta Club 2,3,47 Presi- dent, Beta Club 47 Junior Classical League I,2,37 Monogram Club l,2,37 Junior Civitan Club 3,47 Secretary, Junior Civitan Club 47 Baseball 2, 37 Waiter at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Grand March 3, 47 Office Assistant 47 Junior Varsity Football 27 Junior Varsity Basketball I7 Delegate to Beta Club Convention 2,3,47 Delegate to Junior Civitan Con- vention 3,4. HOWELL DOUGLAS PENLAND General. Probationary Member, National Honor Society 27 Monogram Club 37 Future Farmers of America l,2,3,47 Junior Civitan Club 3,47 Voca- tional Industrial Club 47 Varsity Football 37 Track 37 Junior Varsity Football l,2. JOYCE ANNE PENLAND General. Future Nurses of America 3,47 Junior- ettes l,27 4-H Club l,2. DEANNA JOYCE PLEMMONS General. Enkanoca Staff 3,47 Library 'Assistants Club 27 Future Homemakers of America I7 Junior- ettes l,27 4-H Club l. ALDA LORENE PRESSLEY General. Student Council 37 Enkanoca Staff 37 Future Business Leaders of America 47 Library As- sistants Club 2, 3, 47 Vice-President, Library As- sistants Club 3, 47 District Vice-President, Library Assistants Club 47 District and State Convention, Library Assistants Club 37 Future Nurses of America 2,37 Future Homemakers of America l,2,47 Junior- ettes I7 Grand March 3. CAROLYN LOUISE PRESSLEY College Preparatory. Homeroom Vice-President I7 Enkanoca Staff 47 Junior Classical League l,2. SARA LOU PRESSLEY General. Future Nurses of America 2,3,47 Future Homemakers of America I7 Juniorettes I. EDNA JUANITA PRICE Business. Future Business Leaders of America 47 Juniorettes l,2f 4-H Club l,2. 49 JUDITH ANN QUARLES Business. Homeroom Reporter I7 Future Business Leaders of America 47 Future Homemakers of Amer- ica I,37 Juniorettes I. BRENDA LEE RATHBONE General. Y-Teens 2,37 Future Homemakers of Am- erica I7 Juniorettes l,27 4-H Club 2,37 Vocational Industrial Club 47 Track l,2,37 Glee Club 3,4. VIRGINIA ANN RAY General. Future Homemakers of America l,2,3,47 Juniorettes I. MARY VIRGINIA REDMON General. Enkanoca Staff 37 JuniorClassical League mflqure Nurses of America 47 Treasurer, Future Nurses of America 4. SARAH JANE REEVES Business. Future Business Leaders of America 47 Juniorettes l,2,3,4. THERESA ANNE REEVES Business. Homeroom Secretary 27 Homeroom Vice- President 37 Student Council 47 Future Business Leaders of America 3,47 President, Future Business Leaders of America 47 Juniorettes l,2. ELIZABETH ANN RHODES General. Future Nurses of America 47 Music Ap- preciation Club at Canton High School 2. JO ANN RICE Business. Future Business Leaders of America 47 Future Homemakers of America l,2. EARL MCCORMICK ROBERTS General. Library Assistants Club 47 National For- ensic League 2, 3, 47 Junior Deputies I7 4-H Club l,27 Band 2,37 Glee Club I,2,3. THAD CLAYTON ROBERTS, Ill College Preparatory. Homeroom Vice-President li Homeroom Secretary 27 Homeroom Treasurer 47 Stu- dent Council l, 27 National Honor Society 2, 3, 47 Probationary Member, National Honor Society 27 Future Teachers of America 2, 47 Junior Classical League I ,27 National Forensic League 47 Debating Team 47 Band l, 27 Treasurer, Band 27 Track 2, 47 Waiter at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Science Fair Winner 2. .SENIOR DIRECTORY ANITA GAYLE ROBINSON College Preparatory. Secretary, Freshman Class I5 President, Sophomore Class 25 Homeroom Treasurer I5 Homeroom Secretary 45 Student Council 2,3,45 Recording Secretary, Student Council 45 National Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Probationary Member, Na- tional Honor Society 25 Scroll Staff 45 Sports Edit- or, Scroll 45 Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 45 Treasurer, Future Teachers of America 35 Future Teachers of America State Convention, Greensboro 35 Junior Classical League l,25 Monogram Club 2, 3,45 Secretary-Treasurer, Monogram Club 35 Girl's Basketball l,2,3,45 Co-Captain Girl's Basketball 35 Track l,2,3,45 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 25 Grand March 35 Junior Marshal 35 Most Out- standing Girl Basketball Player Trophy 35 Home- coming Queen 4. ERNESTINE ROBINSON College Preparatory. Homeroom Treasurer I, 25 Homeroom Secretary 35 Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 45 Historian, Future Teachers of America 45 Monogram Club 2,3,45 Juniorettes I,25 4-H Club l,2,3,45 Girl's Basketball 2,3,4. JAMES LOWELL ROBINSON College Preparatory. President, Junior Class 35 Homeroom President I5 Homeroom Treasurer 25 Stu- dent Council 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Probationary Member, National Honor Society 25 President, National Honor Society 45 Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 45 Junior Classical I, 25 President, Junior Classical League 25 Monogram Club 3, 45 Junior Civitan Club 45 Varsity Football 3,45 Varsity Basketball 3,45 Track l,2,3,45 Junior Varsity Football l,25 JuniorVarsity Basketball l,25 Good Citizen Award I5 Office Assistant 45 Waiter at Junior-Senior Banquet 25 Junior-Senior Steering Committee 35 Grand March 3,4. LINDA NORMA JEAN ROBINSON General. Homeroom Secretary 45 Library Assistants Club 25 Future Nurses of America 2,3,45 Future Homemakers of America I5 Juniorettes I,2. NORMA DELANE ROBINSON College Preparatory. President, Freshman Class I5 Vice-President, Sophomore Class 25 Secretary, Junior Class 35 Homeroom President I5 Student Council 2, 3,45 Corresponding Secretary, Student Council 45 National Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Proba- tionary Member, National Honor Society 25 Scroll Staff 3, 45 Junior Editor, Scroll 35 Senior Editor, ' , 50 NORMA DELANE ROBINSON Icontinuedi I Scroll 45 Future Teachers of America 2,3,45 Trea- surer, Future Teachers of America 45 County Re- porter, Future Teachers of America 45 Junior Class- ical League l,25 Reporter, Junior Classical League 25 Juniorettes I5 4-H Club I5 Office Assistant 45 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 25 Junior-Senior Steering Committee 35 Grand March 3. ETHEL JEAN SALTER Business. Homeroom Officer I5 Future Business Leaders of America 4. THELMA JOYCE SCRUGGS General. Homeroom President 35 Future Nurses of America 45 Future Homemakers of America I, 2, 35 Juniorettes I,2,35 Vice-Chief, Juniorettes 25 4-H Club I,2,3. KENNETH BRUCE SEXTON General. JERRY AMELIA SHOOK Business. Future Business Leaders of America 45 Juniorettes I5 Glee Club I, 2, 35 Director, Glee Club 2, 35 Track I5 Y-Teens 25 Office Assistant 35 Girl's Basketball I. DAVID RAY SMATHERS General. Homeroom Treasurer 35 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Varsity Football 35 Junior Varsity Football 25 Chairman, Junior-Senior Prop- erties Committee 35 Waiter at Junior-Senior Ban- quet 2. TROY WEAVER SMITH General. CLARENCE WILLIAM SPARKS, JR. College Preparatory. Homeroom Officer l,2,3,45 Student Council 25 Beta Club 2,3,45 Junior Depu- ties I5 Bus Driver 3,4. JOHN KEITH SPRINKLE General. Homeroom Vice-President 45 Future Farmers of America l,2,3,45 Junior Deputies I,2, 35 4-H Club I,2,3. BARBARA JEAN STAMEY Business. Future Business Leaders of America 45 Junior Classical League 25 Future Nurses of Amer- ica 3,45 Treasurer, Future Nurses of America 35 President, Future Nurses of America 45 Future Homemakers of America I, 25 Waitress at Junior- Senior Banquet 2. SENIOR DIRECTORY. JOHN ERWIN STARNES College Preparatory. Junior Classical League l,27 Junior Varsity Football 27 Bus Driver 3,4. SARAH REBECCA STEVENS General. Homeroom Reporter 47 Scroll Staff 47 Society Editor, Scroll Staff 47 Future Business Lead- ers of America 2, 37 National Forensic League 47 Future Nurses of America 2,3,47 Treasurer, Future Nurses of America 47 Juniorettes l,27 4-H Club l, 2,32 Flower Committee, Junior-Senior 3. ALBERT RAY STEWART General. Junior Deputies l,2,3,4. JOYCE GAIL STUBBS College Preparatory. Homeroom Vice-President 47 Student Council 27 National Honor Society 2,3,47 Probationary Member, National Honor Society 27 Treasurer, National Honor Society 47 Future Teach- ers of America 2, 3, 47 Vice-President, Future Teachers ofAmerica 47 Junior Classical League l,27 Juniorettes T7 Band I, 2,3,47 Treasurer, Band 37 Vice-President, Bancl 47 All State Workshop Band3. DON HAROLD SUDDRETH Business. Future Business Leaders of America 47 Future Farmers of America l, 2, 37 Junior Deputies l,2,3,47 4-H Club l7 Bus Driver 3,4. JERRY HARVEY SWAFFORD General. Junior Deputies 47 Track 2,3. HARRY EDWARD TAYLOR, JR. College Preparatory. Beta Club 2, 3, 47 Junior Classical League l,27 Monogram Club 3,47 Junior Deputies l7 Varsity Football 3,47 Track l,2,3,4. PATRICIA ANN TAYLOR General. RONALD DAVID TAYLOR General. Future Farmers of America l, 2, 3, 47 Junior Deputies T7 Vocational Industrial Club 4. ROSE ELLEN TAYLOR General. Library Assistants Club 47 Future Nurses of America 47 Future Homemakers of America l7 Juniorettes l . GENEVA JOYCE TEAGUE Business. Homeroom Officer 3, 47 Scroll Staff 47 Future Business Leaders of America 3, 47 Reporter, Future Business Leaders of America 47 Future Home- makers of America l, 27 4-H Club l7 Track l, 27 English Department Award 37 Girl's Basketball l. 51 O. GLENNA JUNE THOMPSON Business. Homeroom Reporter l 7 Homeroom Presi- dent 2, 37 Future Business Leaders of America 47 Library Assistants Club 3,47 Secretary, Library As- sistants Club 3, President, Library Assistants Club 47 Future Nurses ofAmerica l,2,37 Future Homemakers of America l,2,3,4f Reporter, Future Homemakers of America 27 Secretary, Future Homemakers of America 37 Treasurer, Future Homemakers of Amer- ica 47 Juniorettes I7 4-H Club T7 Grand March 37 Junior Degree, Home Education 3, Girl's Basketball T7 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Future Homemakers of America State Convention 3, 47 Student Council 4. JOSEPH CORNEILUS THOMPSON General. Future Farmers of America l,2,3,4. BARBARA JEAN TOWE General. Homeroom Reporter 27 Homeroom Presi- dent 47 Library Assistants Club 3,42 Future Nurses of America 37 Future Homemakers of America 1, 2, 47 Juniorettes l,2. JAMES SHIELDS USSERY College Preparatory. Homeroom Officer 27 Future Teachers of America 3,47 Junior Civitan Club 3,47 Waiter of Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Office Assistant 47 Junior Varsity Basketball l,2. THOMAS FRANKLIN WAGONER General. Homeroom Officer 27 Monogram Club l, 2, 3, 47 National Forensic League 47 Junior Depu- ties l,2,37 4-H Club l,2,37 Varsity Football l, 2, 3, Varsity Basketball 27 Baseball l,27 Track l,2,37 Senior Play 4. SIDNEY LANCE WAIT General. HELEN MARIE WALKER General. Homeroom Treasurer 47 Library Assistants Club 2,3,4f Secretary, Library Assistants Club 47 Future Nurses of America 2,3,47 Secretary, Future Nurses of America 47 Juniorettes 17 4-H Club 17 Track l,2. ROBERT WARREN General. Future Farmers of America l,2,3,47 Bus Driver 3,4. SARA JUANITA WARREN College Preparatory. Beta Club 2, 3, 47 Future Business Leaders of America 47 Future' Teachers of America 47 Junior Classical League l,2,3,47 Jun- iorettes T7 4-H Club T7 Y-Teens 2, 37 Waitress at J unior-Senior Banquet 2. SENIUII DIRECTORY SHIRLEY ANN WATSON Business. Future Business Leaders of America 47 Future Nurses of America 47 Future Homemakers of America I,2,47 Track I. JUDY EILEEN WATTS General. Juniorettes I,2. HAL EPPS WEST College Preparatory. Homeroom Reporter I, 27 Homeroom President 47 Junior Classical League 27 Waiter at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Junior-Senior Steering Committee 37 Junior Civitan Club 3 , 4 Band I,3,47 President, Band 47 Track I,2,37 Track Honors, Western Carolina and Blue Ridge Confer- ence7 Ist Place in 880 at Blue Ridge7 Junior Var- sity Football 27 Board of Directors, Junior Civitan Club 4. SANDRA KATHERINE WEST College Preparatory. Homeroom Treasurer 47 Na- tional Honor Society 2,3,47 Probationary Member, National Honor Society 27 Enlcanoca Staff 47 Future Teachers of America 3,47 Secretary, Future Teach- ers of America 47 Junior Classical League I,27 Future Nurses of America 3, 47 Vice-President, Future Nurses of America 47 Office Assistant 47 Waitress at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Junior-Senior Steering Committee 37 Grand March 37 Future Teachers of America State Convention, Hickory 4. WILLIAM WHITTED General. Vocational Industrial Club 4. LOIS MARIE WHITTEMORE General. Future Homemakers of America I . 52 1 I JO ANN WILDS General. JOYCE ANN WILSON Business. Future Business Leaders of America 47 Secretary, Future Business Leaders of America 47 Future Homemakers of America I7 Juniorettes I7 4-H Club 1,2. CHARLES HENRY WISE General. Vocational Industrial Club 4. I SONDRA JEAN WISE College Preparatory. Treasurer, Freshman Class I7 Homeroom Secretary I,37 Homeroom Treasurer 27 Student Council I,2,3,4f Treasurer, Student Coun- cil 3,47 National Honor Society 2,3,47 Probation- ary Member, National Honor Society 27 Scroll Staff 37 Future Teachers of America 2,3,47 Junior Classical League I,27 Treasurer, Junior Classical League 27 Future Homemakers of America 47 Var- sity Cheerleader 2,3,47 Sophomore Queen 27 Jun- ior Marshal 37 Office Assistant 47 Waitress at Jun- ior-Senior Banquet 2. ERNEST SAMUEL WOOD, JR. General. Junior-Senior Gym Committee 3. NANCY CAROLYN WRIGHT Business. Homeroom Treasurer I,47 Homeroom Sec- retary 37 Student Council 47 Beta Club 3,42 Future Business Leaders of America 47 Future Homemakers of America I,2,47 Juniorettes I,2,3. SHERMAN WILLIAM YOUNG, JR. Business. Future Business Leaders of America 47 Junior Classical League I7 Band I,2,3. SENIOR CLASS SONG Tune: "Secret Love" Once we came to Enka High, Filled with hope, a little shy. Together, through each ioy and fear, We've reached at last our Senior year. CHORUS: Let's look upward to the highest star. Soon our class will scatter wide and far, But we'll remember Enka High. To all our high school days, good-bye. We, the Class of '62, Must bid good-bye to all of you. Mem'ries shared through these four years Bring happiness, as well as tears. CHORUS: Let's look upward to the highest star. Soon our class will scatter wide and far, But we'll remember Enka High. ' To all our high school days, good-bye. MOTTO COLO RS "Give to the world the best you have, and the best will come back to you." Better Times and White Madeleine Bridges FLOWER SQ lf 7 l L 'W rf' , s -, fffvgrg J - L 0 ffy f :fr ' ' . fir ff " ROSE 53 Sl Illll SIIPIIHAIIVIS Senior Superlatives proved to be good sports when picture time came They all consented to play the opposite part from their usual one. MR. 8: MISS ENKA Homecoming Queen and Student Council officer Anita Robinson and Senior Class President Roger Metcalf show how much they love Enka by washing pans in the cafeteria. MOST COURTEOU Civitan Presi- dent Willis Miller lets Student Coun- cil Treasurer Son- dra Wise open doors and carry his books for him. F lg Hjwf. Sl lllll SllI'lIllAlllllS MOST POPULAR Senior Class Recording Secretary Stella Gilmore l and Reporter Robert Hill are "pointed out" as most popu- lar in the senior class. MOST ATI-ILE TIC Future Wake Forest football and basketball star Jeff Miller and FTA president Linda Brooks demonstrate one of their many athletic skills -- yo-yoing. PRETTIEST and HANDSOMEST' Homecoming Court member Anita Hill helps senior class vice-president Rex Mann to look his best. 55 sr lun suvuulnvis MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED National MeritScholarship Winner Phyllis Greenwood and Student Council President Jan Crawford really succeed at digging ditches . MOST STUDIOUS National Merit Finalist and An- nual Editor Mary Kathlyn Brigmon and National Honor Society President James Robinson decide to study their copies of M instead of English, physics and solid geometry. 56 Sl IOR SUPlRlAlIllS BEST PERSONALITY Cheerleader Nerissa Mason and Football Co- Captain Ben Luther have a big broom fight in hall. NEATEST Senior Play Star Tommy Wagoner and F H A President June Thompson tidy up the school. MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT Athlete Jim Cathey and Head Cheerleader Ellen Fisher stare sadly at the fast and lively ball game. Sl Illll MEMIIIIIES Homework! l Physics Experiments The first class officers meeting was memorable --friecl chicken, pic- tures, etc. Making things. YA - - ,:': ' ri , 2 ' E--we .1 'i' 'Jw in Sf' 515 K ' 1' fy 1 Q.. X 2. b Ak,' :,- Q ,.:.. I ', ', so I - A L,,A. Q ,-F' X X Assistant Principal and , School Secretary make a t kiwi y plans for a busy day. J M f' t Q ' N? A . K- I ei"i D- O- Cl'-Ib P"0leCf5 , is e 't s s ' l:-N , ug! i Zig X54 Xl' . 7 fsrr-s V rrr r l 5' gil . a,.,,,,,m ' rsei an , 1 ' v 1 What's Funny? 58 Sl IUR MlMORllS Arnold Gasperson and Sara Warren are given checks by Roger Met- calf for outstanding work in the candy sale. Head Malorette l 1 5'ifg5zffi2E' Head Cheerer Ah! the class rings Hard working lhard laughingl office helpers . Football star "Choo Choo" Justice comes to Enka. Us Homecoming queen, attendants lon the Fieldl. 59 Distributing "The World's Finest Chocolate ." MEM Hey, Jeff. Tl1at's not F lo ll. D ' k k Col umm dick: noe More Football Practice Intermission--Cheer leaders' time. Basketball Cheering Section Football pmcfice 60 I Sl lllll MlMllllll3 l r N U, J A R L -- he ' Christmas Past? At t Zllhzn research paper Senior PONY' e Ufboveryone head For fhe I ibr 5 ary Please, Mrs. Warren . Don't give physics homework tonight. Oh! That 3 o'clock traffic. Senior privileges mean early lunch--a visit with Mrs. Sams. Two clays that no Sen- iors are absent--grad- uation and the clay the rings come 6l Sl Illll MlMllIlIlS If you Find a group of As the year grew short- 9 iris Siffing in the mid- er, the officers' smiles dle of the hall--nine grew Wider. times out of ten it's the Cheerleaders . The first outcloor pep rally in the history of Enka won Qmaybel E,-,kao yr W5 UP 'here Some' More basketball where, Jeff. 62 , p Enka was beautifully represented in their Asheville Christmas Parade by Homecoming Queen Anita Robinson. And our boys were Buncombe County ChclmPi0nSl l l The ball always seems to be out of reach. Sl Illll MlMllIlIlS Do l have to sell 24 bars of chocolate? Everybody just loves to do trigonometry home- work. Barbara Arrowood won third place in public speaking at the state FBLA Convention in Durham .Ill Illll MASS IIHIIIERS First row, left to right: Vice Pre- sident, Janet Glazenerp Reporter, Deanne Webb, Secretary, Jean Sowers. Second row: President, Polk Rutherford, Treasurer, Doug Beale. CLASS 0F 1963 James Alexander Tom Allen James Ashe Tommy Atkins Janet Austin Mickey Austin Paul Austin Carol Baron Dennis Bartlett Woody Baumgartn 64 Doug Beale Linda Berry Diana Bishop Howard Blankenship i Mike Bogle Berry Brigman Carole Brigmon Sammy Brooks Terry Brookshire Lynda Buckner ames Cabe osemary Chandler ommy Clark oselyn Clemer Elaine Cole ames Cordell ommy Creasman Deanna Davis Norma June Davis Ronnie Dennard erry Devlin ames DeVore Brenda Dodds Judy Edmonds Jerry Ellege aida Farmer .loan Gallion Judy Galloway Robert Galloway Glenda Galyean CLASS OF 1963 65 CLASS OF 1963 66 Janet Glazene James Godfrey Norma Grooms T Richard Greene Buster Hall Glenn Hamlin Donald Harding Eddie Haynes Ronnie Hedden Jewel Henson Mike Holbrook Willie Holcomb Frank Hopkins Ray Howell Charles Hutchir Mike Israel Bruce James Charles Jamesor Kathy Jamison Judy Jennings Alice Johnson Margaret Jones Doug Justice Ronnie Kent Mary Beth King Ruby King Tony Kirby Fred Kirkpcrtricla Brenda Kisse l bu Jam es Laney I" Betty Ledloetter Diana Letterman Phyllis Letterman Roger Letterman Ruby Letterman Ralph Long Joy Lowery Cora Jane Luther Mike Mandeville Joyce McFee Judy McFee Lynn McKinney Georgia Meadows Sheila Medford Myra Metcalf ohn Middleton harles Miller uford Mills eanne Milton enese Moore onald Morgan ue Morgan urner Morgan andra Murray ddie Owens elma Parham udy Parris . D. Patterson arolyn Payne oss Peebles CLASS OF 1963 67 CLASS OF 1963 'iw 68 Charles Penland Gwynn Penland Danny Perry Anne Plemmons Earlene Plemmons Pat Plemmons Dickie Pruett Tommy Raymer Wayne Reagan W. C. Reed Margaret Reese Ann Reynolds Shirley Rice Carole Riddle Aretha Robinson Dale Rogers Jerry Rogers Jim Russell Polk Rutherford Peggy Sams Rometta Sams Glee Ann Scruggs Janie Sexton Jerry Singleton Danny Smith Jayne Smith Nancy Smith Roger Smith Mike Snipes Penny Sorrells Jean Sowers Theresa Stewart Fredia Jo Surrett Maxine Swanger Ronnie Swann Barbara Taylor Larry Taylor Sonia Taylor Charles Thompson Cecil Trantham Sammie Wagoner Kenneth Waldrup Carolyn Ward Linda Warren Shirley Warren William Warren Deanne Webb Lorraine Welborn Danny Welch Sandra White Gary Wise Diana Woody Mickey Woody Martha Wright Duane Wyatt ABSENTEES Dan Clark Joyce Clontz Don Hawkins Liga Hyun Shirley Wynes Arnold Morgan Amfv Young John Starnes PhYll'5 Young Elmer Taylor .- Q2 CLASS OF 1964 70 SIIPHIIMIIIII IIIASS IIHIIZHIS First row, left to right: Treasurer, Trula Kirkpatrick, Secretary, Rita Edmonds. Back row, left to right: Vice President, Roberts Crowder, President, Mike DeBruhl , Sandra Allen Hallie Allison Kathryn Arrington Alta Arrowood Jack Arrowood Joe Arrowood Charles Arthur Joe Austin Donnie Ball Mary Lee Ball Bobby Ballard Betty Banks David Banks Roger Banks Nancy Bennett Kenny Blackburn Joyce Blankenship Martha Brooks Harold Brookshire Jo Ann Brookshire Judy Brown Norman Bryan Doris Buchanan Larry Burnette Jsie Burnette e Burrows ckie Cogle ive Compbell eroy Compbell -ldy Condler ortho Corter 1orles Cothey -orris Childers orgoret Christopher ll Clampett uthryn Clork mo Clement .bby Clement endo Cole one Cole Json Cole ory Collette nb Collins orlene Conner endo Cook lorroll Cope ecil Crowford nberts Crowder nbecco Dolton -gene Doves :tty Jone Dovis lckie Dovis :orsho Dovis my Dovis ike Dovis ilce DeBruhl rolyn DeVore nnis Dillord dy Dowdle Indy Droke undro Duck to Edmonds Irginio Edmonds eido Ensley ne Fisher urlene Fletcher CLASS OF 1964 71 CLASS OF 1964 72. Mae Foster Danny Fox Jimmy Fox Randall Gallowa Jo Ann Garrison Roy Gass Terry Gayheart Phil Goode Myra Gosnell Nancy Gosnell Becky Graham Creola Greene Tommy Green Velma Hampton Barbara Harringto Anita Harris James Harris Ronnie Harris Phillip Hawkins Carolyn Hedden Susan Hensley June Henson Rudy Herren Vivian Herren Jack Hilton Sherrill Hill Shirley Holcombe Mark Hopkins Pat Houck Kathryn Howell James Hutchinson Jan Hutchinson Patsy Hyatt Diane Hyde Ronald Ingle Sandra Ingle Carolyn Ingram Sandra Israel Susan Ivey Carol Jarrett Bill Jervis Alice Johnston Clyde Jones Robert Jones Gilbert Joyce William Justice Steve Kemic John Kilpatrick Trula Kirkpatrick Martha Laney Gary Ledford Linda Letterman Vickie Liner Bobby Linsey Danny Linsey Don Lytle Danny Mann William Massie Tommy McCarson Richard McClellan Robert McCulloch Dan McCUrry Neale McElrath Wanda McElrath Joretta McElroy David McElyea Harley Medford Mamie Melson Steve Merrill Nyoka Michales Dorothy Middleton Chippy Miller Margo Miller Wanda Miller Phil Moody Wayne Moore Cora Lee Morgan David Morgan Duane Morgan Judy Morgan Ralph Morgan Charles Morse Billy Moses Linda Moss CLASS OF 1964 73 CLASS OF 1964 74 Talatha Moss Joan Norton Johnny Norvelle Gary O'Kelly Katherine Parker Johnny Pearson Ann Peebles Adrian Penland Dan Penland Mary Phillips Dennis Pittman Brian Pope Pat Poston Lois Proftit David Roby Doug Ramsey Dale Reese David Reese Gordon Revis Jerry Revis Barbara Rhodes A. V. Rice Jerry Rich Ronald Roberts Clifton Robinson Linda J. Robinso Linda G. Robiso Glenda Rodgers James Salter Johnny Sams Thelma Searsy George Self David Setzer Kay Setzer James Shields Jane Sims Jerry Singleton Jo Ann Singleto Sammy Sisk Gary Sluder Larry Sluder Jim Smith Linda Smith Pat Smith Nancy Smith oy Smith ebecca Sparks icky Spencer Pat Stamey Eddie Stanberry alph Stanberry an Starnes nnette Stillwell ene Stirewalt Diane Stockton Judy Stubbs Jack Suddreth oger Surrett alvin Swanger Jerry Taylor Nancy Towe arolyn Trull Bill Trull ill Trull elinda Waldrup eanna Walker Louise Walker Loretta Warren Roger Watkins Robert Watson Emily Watts Judy Webb Martha Webb Gary Welch Kenneth Wheeler andy Whitt Phil Wight Jean Wilson Lillian Wilson Lois Wilson Paul Worley Allen Wright Leon Young CLASS OF 1964 75 rnrsuml cuss lliillli First row, left to right: Treasurer, Patsy Bartlettp Secretary, Sandra Cory. Second row, left to right: Vice President, Judy Crawfordp President, Charles Robelisp Re- porter, Gail Smith. CLASS GF 1965 l i Elaine Acrey Jo Ann Allen Sharon Ander Eddie Askew Charles Atkin Jimmy Bailey Margie Ball Susie Ball Earl Ballard Martha Ballar David Barnes Patsy Bartlett Linda Bates David Benson Jean Benson Jerry Benson Lynn Benson Brenda Berry Ronnie Biddix Wayne Bishop Mike Blanken Pender Blanke 76 SOD Martha Arrow Sandra Bolling ood s d ei' nsh S ship ip Janice Boydston Herbert Branch Mary Brendell Jerry Brendle Carolyn Brock Barbara Brookshire James Brookshire Linda Brookshire Harriet Brown Jerry Brown Martha Brown Riley Brown Susan Brown Martha Buckner Lewis Burch Mike Burch Carolyn Burnette Jane Burnette Shirley Burnette Ralph Burrell Ronnetta Burrell Sandra Burrell Eddy Cagle Wayne Caldwell Linda Capps Wayne Carpenter Mary Ruth Carroll' Joel Carter Doris Case Margaret Chapman Barbara Clark Gerald Clark JimClark Ronald Clement David Clontz Sandra Cody Mary Joyce Coffey Scott Collins Robert Cox Kenneth Crane Judy Crawford Robert Crisp CLASS OF 1965 77 CLASS OF 1965 78 Marcia Crook Anita Crowe Phyllis Dalton Frank Davidson Dean Davis Fred Davis Julia Ann Davis Sylvia Jo Davis Kathy Debord Linda Dettweiller Eva Sue Dillard Larry Donahue Charles Dotson Jane Duckett Mike Duncan Patsy Early Cecil Edmonds Robert Elliott Leroy Ewart Judy Fender Jim Ferguson Billy Fields Doug Fisher Mark Fisher David Fitz Anita Floyd Gary Foster Mickey Franklin Dianne Freck Gerald Fulcher Terry Furness Ronnie Gaddy Mary Gallion Randell Galloway Eunice Gamble Larry Gant .James Garren Donna Gasperson Texas Gasperson Pat Gibbs Ronald Gibson Eric Godfrey Mary Godfrey Charles Gosnell Pat Gosnell Terry Gorman Jerry Grant Neil Greene Charles Griffin Linda Grooms Bill Gudger Dorothy Hall Patricia Hall Pat Harding Larry Harper Virginia Harrell Denise Hardison Richard Harrison Paul Heatherly Bernice Hedden Jerry Hedden Martha Hensley Mike Henson Ronnie Herren Steve Herren George Holcombe Janie Holcombe Brenda Holland Douglas Holland Brenda Hollifield Lorraine Houck Sandra House Jeannette Howell Ann Howell Jimmy Hughey Thomas Hunnicutt Archie Huntsinger Paul Iarussi Margaret lngle Martha lngle Rose Mary lngle Don Israel Ellis Israel Nancy James CLASS 0F 1965 79 CLASS OF 1965 80 Jean Jarrett Edward Jenkins Kaye Jenkins Earl Johnson Brenda Jones Mike Jones Jarvis Justice William Justice David Keith David King Joyce King Shirley King Wallace King Sammy Kiser Dianne Lackey Janice Lance Doris Lanning Priscilla Ledford Troy Ledford Martha Ann Letterm Michael Levi Audrey Limeberry Brenda Lindsey Gail Lipe Joe Long Karen Long Patsy Massie Sammy Massie Larry McCall Linda McCarson Pat McClellan Dale McClure Jim McConnell Melvin McConnell Glenda McElrath Phyllis McElrath Nancy McFee Sandra Meares Emma Lou Medford Ray Medford Ronnie Medford Clarence Melson Dianne Merrell Barbara Messer Connie Metcalf Larry Middleton Betty Jo Miller Dennis Mills Elizabeth Moore Brenda Morgan David Morgan James Morgan Linda Morgan Joyce Ann Morris Tommy Morris Lynn Morrison Larry Murray Mike Nichols Zina Nichols Audrey Norris Doug Norton Susan Oates Billy O'Kelly Jim Overman Rita Owenby Kert Palat Charles Palmer Barbara Parker Darryl Parker Grady Parris Jeanette Parris Lou Ellen Parris Doris Passmore Penny Patterson Johnny Pearson Pat Pearson Bill Peek Beatrice Penland J Jean Penland Tommy Phelps ike Phillips helma Pitts Benny Plemmons arlene Plemmons CLASS OF 1965 81 CLASS OF 1965 82 Russell Plemmons Nancy Post Ronald Pounders Donald Pressley Edward Pressly Lynn Proctor Gary Propest Dorothy Queen Frances Queen Mike Queen Fred Racey Lillian Raper Mary Jo Raper Yvonne Reagan Ronnie Rector Linda Redmon Diane Reed Elaine Reed Jerry Reese Ann Reeves Jerry Reynolds James Rhinehart Ronnie Rhodes Floyd Rice Judy Rice Melvin Rice Richard Rice David Rickman Reagan Riddle Treva Riddle Charles Roberts Jackie Roberts Larry Roberts Helen Rogers Jerry Rogers Linda Ruckman David Rutherford Bill Sancllin Monika Schaaf Sandra Scroggs Frieda Seay Gail Setzer CLASS OF 1965 Jerry Sexton Rita Sharp Mayolyn Shelton Kitty Sherlin Carl Shook Dan Shook Glenda Short Eddie Simmons Jimmy Singleton Tommy Sisk Barbara Smith Diane Smith Gail Smith Janet Smith Reda Smith Reed Smith Sammy Smith Willy Smith Linda Lee Snipes Tommy Spain Larry Spencer Gordon Sprouse Wanda Sprouse Earlene Stamey Steve Stanberry Leon Stewart Lowell Stewart Sharon Stewart Dale Stevenson Gary Stevenson Johnny Stillwell Charles Stines Dan Stranes Kenneth Strickland Donald Stubbs Ronald Stubbs Tommy Summey Sherman Surrett Jerry Sutton Ralph Swafford Carolyn Swanger Johnny Tate i 83 CLASS OF 1965 84 Jimmy Taylor Yvonne Taylor Mike Towles Lewis Travis Randall Turbyfill Gary Vinson Larry Vinson Bobby Warren Charles Warren Danny Warren Darlene Warren Donna Warren Gary Warren Jerry Warren Jo Ann Warren Linda Warren Wanda Warren Danny Washburn Joan Watson Alonzo Watts Ronnie Weatherma Greg Webb Cathey Welch MiriamWest Carol White Carroll White Louedith Wiggins Carl Williams Charles Williams Bill Wilson Cynthia Wilson J. E. Wilson Kenny Wilson Peggy Wilson Sam Wilson Jeanette Wise David Woody David Wright Sandra Wyke Richard Wylde Linda Jean Young Linda Marie You Johnny Young Marilyn Zibelin Enko High School's clubs rencler service in every Field. Shown below is the National Honor Society ond Beta Club's "A" Tec: given in honor of those students who ore on the "A" Honor Roll For the first semester. lllllill llAllllS ,rar vu Front row, left to right: Norma Robinson, Corresponding Secretary, Jan Crawford, President, Phyllis Greenwood, President of the House. Second row: Sondra Wise, Trea- surer, Anita Robinson, Recording Secretary, Third row: Terry Brookshire, Vice-President. SENATE Front row, left to right: Janet Glazener, Jane Smith, Jean Sowers, Stella Gilmore, Trula Kirkpatrick, June Thompson, Terry Reeves. Second row: Joi-Jan Llewellyn, Polk Rutherford, Ellen Fisher, Norma Robinson, Phyllis Greenwood, Anita Robinson, Rita Edmonds, Lincla Lee Hyer. Third row: Mary Kathlyn Brigmon, Willis Miller, Alden Penland, Mike DeBruhl, Doug Beale, Roberts Crowder, Terry Brookshire. Fourth row: Gladys Ann Ball, Lincla Brooks, Son- dra Wise, Roger Metcalf, James Robinson, Rex Mann, Jan Crawford. 86 lillll llll HOUSE Front row, left to right: Jayne Smith, Ann Peebles, Linda Robinson, Phyllis Greenwood, Pat McConnell, Nancy Wright, Lou Ellen Paris. Second row: Tommy Lee Medford, Jimmy Fox, Rudy Herren, Bob Collins, George Holcombe, Larry Gant. Third row: Lynda Buckner, Anita Hill, Rosemary Chandler, Myra Metcalf, Nerrissa Mason. Fourth row: Charles Arthur, Jim Clark, Duane Morgan, Larry Roberts. T Student Council members work hard. They sponsor dances. They monitor halls and the cafeteria. When a new student comes to Enka, a student council member shows him around the school. The members all set a good example for other students. 87 Front row, left to right: David McClain, Jim Cathy, Margaret Green, Nerissa Mason, Willis Miller, Jan Crawford, Stella Gilmore, Ellen Fisher, Sandra West, Roger Metcalf, Douglas Justice, Anne Plemmons, Shirley Rice, Rometta Sams, Doug Beale, Polk Rutherford, and Danny Perry. Back row: Joi-Jan Llewellyn, Mary Kathlyn Brigmon, Linda Lee Hyer, Norma Robinson, Jane Oldham, Phyllis Greenwood, Gail Stubbs, Sondra Wise, Gladys Ball, Anita Robinson, Judy Lamb, James Robinson, Ralph Long, Linda Buckner, Aretha Robinson, T. C Roberts, Brenda Dodds, Phyllis Young, Martha Wright, and Janet Glazener. Left to right: Margaret Green, Corresponding Secretary, Ralph Long, Vice President, 1962, James Robinson, President, Judy Lamb, Vice President, 1961, Gail Stubbs, Treasurer, 1961, Nerissa Mason, Recording Sec- retary, Janet Glazener, Trea- surer, l962. 88 Probationary members ofthe National Honor Society are Cleft to rightl, first row: Rudy Herren, Ralph Stanberry, Kathy Howell, Joe Fisher, Diane Hyde, Bobby Lindsey. Second row: David Raby, Larry Sluder, Steve Kemic, Earlene Fletcher, Linda Robinson, Jo Ann Singleton, Terry Gayhart, Sandra Duck, David McElyea, Charles Arthur, Roberts Crowder. Third row: Wayne Moore, Dan McCurry, Linda Robinson, Sandra Israel, Candy Whitt, Brenda Cole, Sue Bur- rows, and Johnny Norvelle. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 3 '2 Vs Lf I , SERIUUE IUIOIU . 5 GMO READER Elf CEARACEER Wil SLQEGEARSEBP There were six semester "A" honor rollstu- dents this year. They are Cleft to rightl: Joi-Jan, Bobby, and Larry lend a helping Janet Glazener, Sandra Cody, Monica hand at the basketball concessions spon- Schaaf, Terry Furness, Steve Kemic, and sored by the National Honor Society. Wayne Caldwell. 89 OFFICERS Left to right: Beth Henry, Vice President, Rosemary Chandler, President, Jean Sow- ers, Treasurer, Mertis Hyatt, Secretary Not pictured: Ronald Morgan, Reporter. X 1 l 4 The purpose of the Beta Club is to promote leadership, scholarship, achievement, and character among high school students. The Beta Club activities this year have included selling at concessions atsome of the home basketball games, selling Christmas seals, co-sponsoring the "A" Honor-Roll Tea, attending the Buncombe County rally, and at- tending the Beta Club state con- vention in Raleigh. "Preparing For the Beta Nook" Left to right: Anita Hill, Rosemary Chandler, Maida Farmer, Eilene Davis, and Mertis Hyatt W 1 90 Junior and Senior members of the Beta Club are left to right, first row: Mertis Hyatt, Sonja Taylor, Carolyn Payne, Judy Henson, Linda Berry, and Nancy Wright. Second row: Maida Farmer, Eileen Davis, Beth Henry, Carole Brigmon, and Jean Sowers. Third row: Jerry Rogers, Linda Brooks, Diana Bishop, Irene Davis, Anita Hill, Rosemary Chandler, Sara War- ren, and Miss Metcalf, sponsor. 'Preparing Bulletin Board in Office" Left to right: Mertis Hyatt, Beth Henry, Rosemary Chandler, ancl Jean Sowers. 91 ENKA HCA STATH Times like these came often during work on the annual. Editor Mary Kathlyn Brigmon wanted to read a good magazine while editor Joi-Jan Llewellyn had other things in mind. The Annual Staff is composed of senior, iunior, sophomore, and freshmen editors repre- senting each class. Each group has the iob of naming, alphabetizing, and listing their class pictures. Then the iunior and senior editors take over to make write-ups for club, curriculum, and sports pictures, and the hundreds of other headaches designed especially for annual staff editors. Then there is always that last minute rush right before the annual is sent off when every- one pitches in to get the last-minute essentials ready to go to the publisher. Finally every- thing is finished and everyone breathes a sign of relief and achievement. k Art Editor, Phyllis Greenwood, demon- En anoco sponsors' Mrs' Brlgmon' Mr' strates the abilities which she used on the Molzrell' clnd Mfsl' Ecllwirdi-Var: Sclrqoosllng cartoons in the Advertisement Section to l e prelhesl gn cl n G '9 C oo ' Mertis Hyatt, the Business Editor. Lined up for inspection, members of the Annual Staff are: , Carol Gorman, Carolyn Pressley, Portia McCollum, Linda Redmond, Martha Wright. Second row: Mary Kathlyn Brigmon, Eunice Gamble, Sandra West, Iris Brown, Carol Jarrett, Lou- edith Wiggens, Mertis Hyatt. Third row: Janet Moore, Linda Capps, Susan Hensley, Kianne Hyde, Lou Ellen Parris, Ann Plemmons, Aretha Robinson. Fourth row: Patsy McConnell, Jane Cole, Mrs. Brigmon and Mrs. Edwards, Sponsors, Joyce King, Kaye Jenkins, Katherine These people must be writing some very funny copy. Aretha Robinson, Jane Cole, Anne Plemmons, Martha Wright, Carol Gorman, and Sandra West are certainly laughing hard enough. Joi-Jan Llewellyn, Diane Reed Hard-working class editors are: Sandra West, Field, Cole, Linda Portia McCollum, Katherine Holli- Martha Wright, Dianne Hyde, Jane Linda Redmond, Louedith Wiggins, Capps, Kaye Jenkins, Anne Plem- mons, and Aretha Robinson. ENKA CLUBS ARE BUSY PARTICIPATING LN VARTUUS ACTIVITT FUTURE NURSES ATTEND FIRST CIVITAN CLUB AND N. E. L. BETA CLUB HEALTH CAREERS CONGRESS PRESENT CHAPEL PROGRAMS ,HOLDS MEETIN Front row, left To right: Judy Lamb, Phyllis Young, Eileen Davis, Janet Glazer, Maida Farmer, Becky Stevens, and Sandra West. Second row, left to right: Ralph Long, Linda Lee Hyer, Joyce Teague, Anita Robinson, Gladys Ball, Mary K. Brigmon, Tommy Medford, Douglas Justice, and Danny Perry. Tommy Medford examines first sheet. Left to right: Ralph Long, Danny Perry, Douglas Justice, Tommy Medford, Gladys Ball, Anita Robinson, Judy Lamb, and Becky Stevens. , Editors Write Au' STAR EZ.ff.fZ.Tif.,"S Th Enka Scroll , ENKA HIGH SCHOOL QW 5 GQ""'x Front row, left to right: Tommy Medford, Anita Robinson, Judy Lamb, Becky Stevens. Sec ond row, left to right: Mary K. Brigmon, Gladys Ann Ball, Joyce Teague, Eileen Davis The members of the newspaper staff are kept busy with their many jobs. The feature editor writes articles containing copies of in- terest to the student body. The "gossip sheet" written by the soc- iety editor keeps students up-to- date on the latest gossip. Still others serve as class editors, club editors, and circulating reporters. Phyllis Young proofs a copy. 95 Left to right, First row: Linda London, Terry Reeves, Judy Henson, Shirley Watson. Second row: Judy Edmonds, Joyce Wilson, Jayne Smith, June Thompson, Mertis Hyatt, Mary Beth King, Joy Lowery, Carol Gorman. Third row: Joan Dettweiler, Lillian Lee, Patsy McCon- nell, Judy Danieley, Linda Smith, Linda Warren, Judy Clark, Annette Stillwell. Fourth row: Kathy Burnette, Jane Cole, Joyce Teague, Janet Moore, Sarah Warren, Margaret Crowder, Lorene Pressley, Juanita Price. Fifth row: Carolyn Hice, Charles Miller, Cecil Trantham, Thelbert Fincher, Ronald Morgan, Kenneth Parris, Becky Hawkins, Barbara Arrowood. lllllllll BIISI ES Members participating in the F.B.L,A, chapel program are from left to right, first row: Terry Reeves, Judy Danieley, Bar- Barbara Arrowood and Terry Reeves in- bow Arrowoodi Joyce Wilson- Second Specl one of the 'PUPY Pr09rC'm5 fhvf the row: Kenneth Parris, Patsy McConnell, F.B.L.A. sold during the Football season. Joan Denweilerl Joyce Teague Thel- ' I bert Fincher . 96 Future Business Leaders of America are business students of Enka High School who are interested in learning by partici- pating. They certainly have had numerous opportunities this year. First of all, they sold ads for the Enkanoca. They held bake sales and even had the privilege of giving Miss America, Maria Beale Flet- cher of Asheville, one of their cupcakes. FBLA members also published student dir- ectories. With Mr. Canter's guidance, FBLA members learn much about the field of business. llAlllIlS of AMERICA Dianna Plemmolns, Jerry Shook, and Linda London work in Office Practice Class. Officers of the F.B.L.A. are from left to right, first row: Joyce Wilson, Terry Reeves, Linda Warren. Second row: Mer- tis Hyatt, Joyce Teague, Barbara Arro- wood. Buddy Israel, Rose Ellen Taylor, Cecil Trantham, Mr. Canter, Linda London, Shirley Watts, and Candy Whitt assemble the student directories. Left side, first row, left to right: Carol Brigmon, Mary Kathlyn Brigmon, Katherine Holli- field, Phyllis Young, Anne Plemmons, Jean Sowers, Lynda Buckner, Ellen Fisher, Judy Lamb, Aretha Robinson. Second row: Douglas Justice, Bert Drake, Norman Brian, T. C. Roberts, James Robinson, Roger Metcalf, Frank Hopkins, Jim Ussery, Duane Morgan, Ralph Long, Al- vin Hutchinson, Jeff Miller. Right side, first row: Mike Mandeville, Stella Gilmore, Joi- Jan Llewellyn, Linda Robinson, Margaret Jones, Martha Wright, Jayne Smith, Becky Graham, Judy Galloway, Carol Gorman. Second row: Tom Clark, Anita Hill, Gladys Ball, Sondra Wise, Linda Brooks, Anita Robinson, Gail Stubbs, Ernestine Robinson, Rosemary Chandler, Sara Warren, Norma Robinson, Miss Gosnell, Mr. McCracken. lllllllll llAlIHlllS Students serve refreshments to representatives of col- -leges. QL to RJ Linda Brooks, Ernestine Robinson, Miss Gosnell, Mr. McCracken. 98 FTA is a club for prospective teachers open to all sophomores, iuniors, and sen- iors. To join one must have an applica- tion approved by the sponsor, Mr. Mc- Cracken, and the associate sponsor, Miss Gosnell. FTA helps prepare students for the teaching profession. During the year FTA promotes White Christmas and College Day. College Day is the main proiect of the year. Members also act as substitute teachers when a teacher is'absent. Future teachers also participate in the North Carolina Future Teachers of America's Annual Convention and county meetings at various local high schools. ol lllllllillil Officers of the Future Teachers of America are Norma Robinson, treasurer, Linda Brooks, pre- sident, Ernestine Robinson, historian, Gail Stubbs, recording secretary, and Sandra West, corresponding secretary . 1 Students listening to the representatives from Woman's College are Cl to rl Ellen Fisher, Phyllis Greenwood, Norma Robinson, Linda Robinson, and Margaret Greene. 99 Left to right, first row: Nerissa Mason, Barbara Towe, Barbara Arrowood, Margaret Crowder, Marie Walker, Lorene Pressley, June Thompson, Trula Kirkpatrick. Second row: Pat God- frey, Vickie Liner, Mary Joyce Morgan, Paula Israel, Lynda Buckner, Linda Warren, Jean Sowers, Jane Smith, Judy Galloway, Mrs. Peggy Lyons, sponsor. Third row: Eddie Howell, Ronald Morgan, Cecil Trantham, Ross Peebles, Jim Russell, Ronnie Dennard, and J. D. Pat- terson. lllllllllll ASSISTA IS lllllll The officers are: left to right: Marie Walker, Secretary, Margaret Crowder, Treasurer, June Thompson, President, Lorene Pressley, Vice-President, Trula Kirkpatrick, Dis- trict Vice-President. Nerissa Mason is a fine sales- man but she can't seem to make Joan Gallion buya pocketbook. lThe kind you read, not the kind you carry .J 100 Left to right, first row: Dianne Hyde, Lorraine Bradley, Candy Whitt, Brenda Cole, Pat Sta- mey, Becky Stevens. Second row: Bill Trull, Phyllis Greenwood, Polk Rutherford, Danny McCurry, Beth Henry, Joi-Jan Llewellyn. Third row: Mike Snipes, Margaret Greene, Linda Lee Hyer, Steve Kemmic, T. C. Roberts, Mrs. Rutherford, Sponsor. Fourth row: Danny Perry, Johnny Norvell, Tom Clark, Doug Beale, Tommy Wagoner, Jan Crawford, Larry Slu- der, Earl Roberts. Allll Al llllll SIC lllllilll DEBATE TEAMS CL to R seated, Larry Sluder, George Self, , Danny McCurry, Polk Rutherford, fstand- ing, Beth Henry, Danny Perry, T. C. Rob- erts fPresidingl, Jan Crawford. Officers for N.F.L. are Linda Lee Hyer, President, Mike Snipes, Vice President, Doug Beale, Reporter, Lorraine Bradley, Treasurer, Joi-Jan Llewellyn,Correspond- ing Secretary, and Becky Hawkins fseatedl, Recording Secretary. lOl lllllllll IIIIMIMAKHIS lll AMERICA The nation's Future homemakers are: Margaret Jones, Hallie Allison, Portia McCollum, Sue Burrows, Sandra Ingle, Phyllis Letterman, Jane Smith, June Thompson. Second row: Barbara Towe, Dianne Woody, Elaine Cole, Carol Gorman, .Judy Galloway, Marlene Plemmons, Jan- ice Lance, Janet Austin, Norma Davis. Third row: Margaret Reece, Glenda Galyean, Caro- lyn Laney, Beth Henry, Ellen Fisher, Carolyn Burnett, Brenda Holland, Nancy Bennett. Fourth row: Irene Davis, Janet Moore, Virginia Ray, Brenda Cathey, Linda Lee Hyer, Nancy James, Eva Sue Dillard, Vickie Liner. OFFICERS First row: Jane Moore, Reporter, Vickie Liner, Song Leader, Bar- bara Towe, Secretary, Glenda Gaylean, Vice President. Second row: Elaine Cole, Historian, Nor- ma Davis, Parliamentarian, Jane Smith, President, June Thompson, Treasurer. June Thompson, Jane Smith, Norma Davis, Carol Gorman, and Elaine Cole watch atten- tively as Miss Wise, center, demonstrates the Singer Slant- O-Matic. Q B 102 IIIIIIRI FARMERS Ill AMERIIZA I E Left to right, first row: Paul Austin, Bill Sandlin, Darryl Parker, John Kilpatrick, Bobby Ballard, Bobby Warren, Gerald Fulcher, Eddie Simmons. Second row: Mr. Edwards, Charles Penland, Kenneth Strickland, Grady Parris, Larry Venson, Ronnie Biddix, Jerry Reece, Garry Venson, Gary Shope. Third row: Neil Thompson, Keith Sprinkle, Eddie Howell Floyd Rice, Doug Holland, Howard Lunsford, Brian Pope, Joe Austin. Fourth row: Robert Wdrren, Doug Penland K th J N , enne aynes, orman Parham, Jerry Rogers, Elmer Watts, Harley Medford, Jer- ry Warren, Lewis Burch. Fifth row: Danny Clark, Gary Wise, Mike Austin, Texas Gasper- son, David Clontz, Danny Warren, David Wright, William Warren. Sixth row: Ben Luther, Cecil Trantham, Ronald Davis, Tommy McCarson, Neil McElrath, Charles Morse, Kenneth Waldrup, Sam Wilson, Jerry Sexton. Officers of FFA are, left to right: Ben Luther, Vice President, Neil Thompson, Sentinel, Robert Warren, President, Wil- liam Warren, Secretary, Joe Austin, Trea- surer: and Keith Sprinkle, Reporter. I I Members of Future Farmers, Grover Mur- ray, Norman Parham, and Charles Morse, show off their fine calves. 103 Mrs. Candler, sponsor, points out to the officers, Jean Stamey, president, Sandra West vice president, Irene Davis,corresponding secretary, Marie Walker, recording secretary, Becky Stevens, treasurer, and Virginia Red- mon, reporter, the finer points of nursing. ' Candy Stripers who serve voluntarily at Mission Hospital are Dorothy Mid- dleton, Sandra West, Nancy Bennett, Deanna Davis, and Margaret Jones. ruluni unsis Members of the Future Nurses are: Janet Austin, Sandra West, Becky Stevens, Carol Brigmon, Shirley Watson. Second row: Ann Penland, Stella Gilmore, Ann Rhodes, Margaret Jones, Glee Ann Scruggs, Mary Collette. Third row: Dorothy Middleton, Marie Walker, Nancy Bennett, Judy Webb, Deanna Davis, and Dianna Bishop. 104 Ushers needed for ball games? Call on a member of Enka's Junior Civitan Club. These boys, sponsored by the Rho- dodendron Civitan Club, are some of the most outstanding citizens at Enka High School. Junior Civitan Club officers are Wil- lis Miller, president, Polk Rutherford, vice president, Alden Penland, secretary, Lewis Edwards, treasurer, Ross Peebles, chaplain, and Ben Luther, sergeant at arms. Lewis Edwards, treasurer, Willis Miller, presi- dent, Polk Rutherford, vice president, Alden Penland, secretary, Ross Peebles, Chaplain, and Ben Luther, Sergeant-at-Arms, discuss plans for the coming year. .Ill Illll Clllllll lilllll Junior Civitan members are left to right, first row: Lewis Edwards, Jan Crawford, Ben Luther, A. J.McClure, Mike Snipes, Eddie Haynes, Polk Rutherford. Second row: Jeff Miller, Hal West, Jim Cathey, James Robinson, Danny Perry, Alden Penland. Third row: Alvin Hutchin- son, Ross Peebles, Dennis Bartlett, Jim Ussery, Mike Israel, and Roger Metcalf. 105 Officers, left to right: Doris Lanning, reporter, Charles Morse, vice president, Mike DeBruhl, president, Mary Frances Brendel I, secretary . 4-H lllllll 4-H Club members of Enka High School are boys and girls who enioy participating in farming, homemaking, and community activities. 4-H helps them improve themselves and adopt better methods of farming and homemaking. Each member chooses a project and finishes it during the year. A member may then compete with 4-H members from other counties, districts, and states. The 4-H's stand for the ideals of the 4-H movement They are the development of the hands, heart, head, and health. Members: Front row, left to right: Carl Shook, Bill Sandlin, Clifford Robinson,1erry Taylor Second row: Mike DeBruhl, Charles Morse, David King, Johnny Young. Third row: Kitty Sherlin, Doris Lanning, and Mary Frances Brendell T06 Left to right, first row: Charles Medford, Arnold Gasperson, Naomi Gardner, Brenda Rath- bone, Cora Jane Luther, Gwen Penland. Second row: Charles Wise, Doug Arrowood, Charles Thompson, L. C. Hutchinson, Buster Hall, Ray Howell, Bobby Capps, Mr. DeLozier. Third row: Paul Metcalf, Larry Dale Taylor, William Whittit, Allen lngle, Fred Kirkpatrick, Eddie Frisbee, Douglas Penland, Paul Johnson. lllllliilllllllllililllllllll lilllll The Vocational Industrial Club seeks to promote leadership from within and to instigate a deeper understanding of the role vocational education plays in our school and our community. One of the most significant undertakings of the club is the sponsoring of an Annual Bosses' Ban- quet. At this point the various employers are honored For the role they play in the educational-work program in which they play so vital a part. First row: Cora Jane Luther, reporter. Second row: Paul Metcalf, vice president, Eddie Fris- bee, president. Third row: Charles Medford, secretary, Charles Thompson, treasurer. 107 MII IIBIIAM lllll Left to right, first row: Bob Collins, Rudy Herren, Tommy Wagoner, Eddie Haynes, Tommy Green, Eddie Howell, Mike Holbrook, A. J. McClure, Johnny Brooks, David McElyea. Second row: Ben Luther, Kathy Howell, Deane Webb, Linda Brooks, Ernestine Robinson, Anita Robinson, Jane Sims, Sue Morgan, Margaret Jones, Mike Davis, Gary 0'Kelly. Third row: Mr. Stanley, sponsor, Rex Mann, Roger Metcalf, Charles Morse, Harry Taylor, Todd Hopkins, Jim Cathy, David Hendrix, Lewis Edwards, Charles Arthur, Roberts Crowder. Fourth row: Tommy Franklin, James Robinson, Jeff Miller, Ross Peebles, Rusty Brown, Ralph Long, Duane Morgan, Mike Israel . Monogram Club members are athletes who have earned their letter in one of Enka's maior sports. They have received their awards in All candidates are required to go through an elaborate initiation before becoming mem- bers. Monogram Club members handle all affairs having any connection with athletics. This includes supplying ushers for games, selling These services make all the athletic events more enioyable . Coaches Stanley, McElrath, Johnson, and or Longmire sponsor the Monogram Club. Roger Metcalf and Ben Luther sell their fellow students drinks at a basketball game. Officers, left to right: Ben Luther, vice president, Sue Morgan, secretary and treas- urerp Jeff Miller, president. T08 either football, basketball, baseball, or track. programs, and maintaining concession stands. llllllll ASSISIA ll y Ie , lndustrious helpers in the office are Carolyn Laney, Joi-Jan Llewellyn, Mertis Hyatt, Nerissa Mason, Sandra West, Lorraine Bradley, Ruby King. Second row: Beth Henry, lrene Davis, Brenda Cathey, Gladys Ball, Ellen Fisher, Norma Robinson. Third row: Anita Hill, Ben Luther, James Shields, James Robinson, and Alden Penland. Mrs. Peggy English, our school secretary, is also in charge of all office assistants. Enka's own "Grand Central Station" is Mr. Tomberlin's of- fice, the center of all activity. Here teachers and pupils alike come to confer with him on the wisdom and legal ity ofwhatever proiects they have planned. Our office assistants are in charge of answering the phone, running errands for Mr. Tom- berlin, and collecting absences from the different rooms. Office assistants busy themselves by checking absences on the 'phone and by checking the sign-out lists. James, Mertis, and Nerissa await their turn as Gladys finishes her typing. IO9 RIIS DRIVERS f Clarence Sparks and Robert Warren find that keeping a bus clean is a big job. If it weren't for our bus drivers we wouldn't have Mr C P Smewah is Dir- much of a school. The majority of us depend entirely ecfor of -I-mnspormnon and upon the bus drivers for transportation to and from school . in charge of The bus drivers l ., ml agen K The bus drivers are Cleft to rightl, first row: Ervin Sanford, Norman Parham, James Cabe, Larry Fields, and Harry Taylor. Second row: Mr. Penland, supervisor, Robert Warren, Bruce Sexton, Jack Suddreth, Clarence Sparks, Bruce Morgan, T. M. Morgan, and Kenneth Waldrup H0 AIHHIICS A5 A ,fm zz My --WW, ,TT-,N . Vw., wk D'-v 5 A f?"N 1 w !"""""ur lllllllllll llllll AIlAlllNllANlS The Football Queen and attendants this year elected by the student body were: Queen, Miss Anita Robinson, Attendants, Miss Stella Gilmore, Miss Phyllis Green- wood, Miss Anita Hill, and Miss Nerissa Mason. A WOO S wee' MESS Pwm Miss Sfello Miss Ani Miss Nerissa Mason I I3 Gilmore Ng sf 'Q Hill Jeff Miller Roger Metcalf Eddie Howell Ben Luther Rex Mann ---- VARSITY llllllllllll -- N W, ,ax N "3" W xQ': '90 1 y rt-f-if ' . 3 T lpn. First row: Roger Smith, Billy Clampett, Billy Moses, Gary Sluder, James Hutchinso Stanberry, David Smathers, and Buford Mills. Second row: Johnny Brooks, Eddie Ben Luther, Jimmy Fox, A. J . McClure, Mike Davis, Robert McCulloch, and Kennett er. Third row: Ronnie McClure, David McElyea, David Morgan, Danny Smith, Rudy Danny Welch, and Roger Banks. Fourth row: Terry Brookshire, Harry Taylor, Jim F Norman Bryan, Roberts Crowder, and Gary O'Kelly. Fifth row: David Hendricl Metcalf, Jeff Miller, Bob Collins, and Ralph Long. Sixth row: Rex Mann, Mike Charles Morse, and Rusty Brown. H4 Rusty Brown Harry Taylor David Hendrix James Robinson Ralph Long Terry BrookSl'1iI'6 l Enka Jets clean a path for Miller with the ball. Managers, left to right: Tommy Green, Lewis Ed- wards, Charles Arthur. Mike Israel A. J. McClure ENKA "JETS" 1961 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Head Coach, Bill Stanley S E PT E M B E R l North Buncomloe Home 8 Canton Awayk l5 Owen Away" 22 Waynesville Home' 29 Lee Edwards Home O C T O B E R 6 North Buncombe Away l3 Brevard Home' A 20 Erwin Away 27 Hendersonville Away" N O V E M B E R 2 Owen Home" "Conference Games BUYS' BASKI lBAll Dennis Bartlett Doug Beale D Morgan Just a little out of reach! "JETS -' BASKETBALL RECORD l96l-62 ENKA OPPONENTS 60 Erwin 25 34 Biltmore 37 44 Hendersonville 38 58 Erwin 31 84 Canton 37 46 Lee Edwards 50 51 North Buncombe 28 46 Valley Springs 54 42 Owen 36 64 Brevard 28 66 Leicester 37 42 Waynesville 34 60 North Buncombe 35 54 Hendersonville 46 64 Biltmore 47 67 Canton 38 45 Valley Springs 42 40 Owen 55 52 Brevard 46 70 Waynesville 42 BUNCOMBE COUNTY TOURNAMENT 53 Biltmore 33 54 Valley Springs 36 44 Reynolds 42 DISTRICT 8 TOURNAMENT 45 Canton 40 32 Hanhnanville 35 Frank Hopkins Leon Young H6 Enka controls ball possession K ff? XX 5 T f' ""' Ns' '55 ,Q a gg i "R Q vw EU I 1 as fg T 6 0 0 f e f 1 T T A l 5 A V ll, First row, left to right: Richard Greene, Jimmy Robinson, Terry Brookshire, and Eddie Haynes. Second row: Doug Beale, Duane Morgan, Ross Peebles, Alvin Hutchinson, JeFFMiller, Leon Young, Ralph Long, Dennis Bartlett, and Todd Hopkins All Buncombe County Jeff Miller Terry Brookshire All Conference Jeff Miller Leon Young Jeff Miller Terry Brookshire Enka Opponents Total Points l3l7 972 Average per game 52.7 38.9 ,Terry Brookshire Now if I can only make it? Ross Peebles Tap-in for Miller! lilllli' llASKllllAll HAM "SUGAR JETS" BASKETBALL RECORD l96l-62 W Enka Opponents Ei- Erwin 29 ' 48 Biltmore 23 37 Hendersonville 39 4l Erwin 48 34 Canton 64 34 North Buncombe 36 32 Valley Springs 47 57 Owen 59 53 Brevard 38 63 Leicester 64 42 Waynesville 4l 38 North Buncombe 42 45 Hendersonville 34 77 Biltmore 35 34 Canton 41 39 Valley Springs 44 39 Owen 48 37 Brevard 32 44 Waynesville 59 Buncombe County Tournament 53 North Buncombe 49 44 Owen 51 Won 6 Lost l3 Opponents Average Our Average 43.5 per game 44.9 per game Opponents Total 923 Our Total 944 All Buncombe County Tournament Deane Webb Sue Morgan All Conference "Get that rebound" SUS Morgan, lst team Anita Robinson, 2nd team Left to right: Trula Kirkpatrick, Jane Simms, Sue Morgan, Ernestine Robinson, Anita Robin son, Linda Brooks, Rita Edmonds, Deanne Webb, Lillian Wilson, Kathryn Howell, Ann Peeb les, Gail Smith, and Patsy Bartlette. 118 .af ::.-' S ,R A A Q 3 Q M: . ' , .nsk"hL f. 2' 7 K f A X' if?- , A, 2 ff:-Q 15. will is 'f".,1s QT, f A Q 1231 gsm 1 15+ if 'AQ ' B.. va . Z- D, 23 Q J '53, Q K 25 . .f . .. . ,gh-K -N W ,. 19 Q Y' ,e ggs JI' fn , sw, K X JN.-f.,...., VARSIIY lIHllllllAlllIlS l Linda l'lYe" Lorraine Bradley Sondra W ise , N Head erisso MQSQU Sue BU,-rows Earlene Fletcher Euan Fisher Jobef G1 . , .. , ffl Pofllo WCC Left to right, first group: Portia McCollum and Sondra Wise. Standing: Sue Burrows. Second group: Earlene Fletcher and Linda Lee Hyer. Standing: Ellen Fisher, Head Cheerleader. Third group: Lorraine Brad ley and Nerissa Mason. Standing: Janet Glazner. 120 JU IUR VARSIIY BASKllBAll llAM Front row: Kenneth Wilson, Charles Roberts, Phil Brinkley, Ronald Roberts, Mark Hopkins, and Bill Holbrook. Back row: Joe Long, Jim Fox, Randall Turbyfield, Jerry Brown, Gary Warren and Terry Furness. +L, CHllRllADlRS Standing: Marsha Davis, head cheerleader. Left to right: Vickie Liner, Susan Hensley, Gail Setzer, Nancy James, Karen Long, Barbara Rhodes, and Pat Stamey. l2l C0 Iillllllllllll llllllllllll ll IH 1962 It is a firm belief at American Enka that education is a most important element in molding good citizenship. The amount of training and preparation one receives deter- mines to a considerable degree his usefulness to his community, his country, and himself. yGlN f. QE -Symlml Of Quality Z z Anal Service In oqhonpso Man-Made Fibers ENKA, NORTH CAROLINA 122 Best Wishes to the Students and Faculty And Sincere Congratulations to the BRAIIIIAIINII MASS III '62 QXWNWI0 9 vmvzns x PK 1 W , N, A QV 1 ff I : . Ik' X THE CHAMPION PAPER AND FIBRE COMPANY CAROLINA DIVISION CANTON, NORTH CAROLINA 123 WESTERN NOR TH CAROLIN Compliments of A PALLET AND FOREST PRODUCTS C OMPANY f" fl Best Wishes, Seniors Q X Q1 Q K flfwgx x nfdpxhvgv T' .-'02 WT? GROCE FUNERAL N' "4 'lm kwin we HOME INC W " I . I -A 5 ESQ 13775. Qirfgif AMBULANCE SERVICE fQQZaV45X A J 1155 Haywood Road ZW" TAX S7 fly 41 I is 1 Phone AL 2-3535 Compliments Compliments of WH1TEs1DE's FLY AND of ROD REPAIRS THE SQUARE CAFE 124 ME W B ORNE VE NDING SERVICE, INC . 725 Haywood Road Asheville, North Carolina BRIGMON'S GREENHOUSES Weddings-Corsages Potted Plants- Cut Flowers Funeral Designs Flowers by Wire Phone Candler MO 7 -1194 THE BANK OF ASHEVILLE At Candler Hominy Valley's ' only Banking Se rvice Gthe 1' Convenient Offices in Ashevil Your Business is always appreciated at THE BANK OF ASHEVILLE le THE BEACON RESTAURANT 426 Smoky Park Highway Dining Room Curb Service U. S. Choice Steaks -Chops Chicken-Seafoods Vegetable Plates Specializing in Home -made Pies Compliments of PISGAH VIEW RANCH Compliments of BILTMORE MAN UFACTU RING CO. BATTERY AND IGNITION C OMPANY 2.01 Coxe Avenue Asheville, North Carolina Phone AL 3-5386 PEARCE YOUNG ANGLE COMPANY Your Service Food Distributors Asheville, N. C. CANDLER FURNITURE C OMPANY "Let us Make Your House a Home" Dial MO 7-1615 The Doors to Gracious Living BROOKSHIRE INTERIORS 1060 Patton Avenue Asheville, North Carolina Reva Brookshire Owner-Manager Phone Al 3-9929 f X 1 ' x Compliments of Elson's, Inc. Two stores to serve you Enka Drug and Food Elson's Drug Store Enka North Carolina Phone Enka 7-2512. Compliments of ENKA COMMUNITY STORE, INC. Holmes Bryson Holmes Bryson, Ir. ENKA, NORTH CAROLINA "Serving Your Community lar llver lllirty Years" An up-to-date Department Store I -4 -2- ' 3 5571 7.11: -A -'--'T .' 'NV' : U C- ff .. tsl lu Lt A 7 C "L 'L' I W l f 1- f W Z" lf.. H 4, R UM 'f QW? JJ IWW C I V limb -r K , M , 57 'I VIA-RDIID HI! HE WAS JUMPING T00 HIGH TOR THOSE RIBOUNNJ' BLUE RIDGE TRACTOR 8: IMPLEMENT COMPANY 520 Haywood Road Asheville, North Carolina Phone AL 2.-7574 Free Demonstrations Compliments of SAM'S AMOCO STATION TEAGUE'S SODA SHOP 83 Patton Avenue Asheville, North Carolina Compliments of CANTON LAUNDRY Canton, North Carolina BOB LEDFORD'S USED CARS, INC. Home of Clean Used Cars 185 Coxe Avenue Asheville, North Carolina NllllN'S Slll-Sllllllll llIllllZlIlIlS Quality Western Beef Staple Groceries MORGAN BROTHERS, INC. Wholesalers - Distributors Candy, Cigars, Drugs, Sundries Paper Products and School Supplies Feeds 8: Hardware Asheville Mohawk 7-1248 North Carolina 67-71 B d AL 3-6416 Candler, North Carolina roa Way FOREST COLONIAL BAKING COMPANY RESTAURANT 338 Hilliard street 866 Hendersonville Road Asheville' North Carolina Compliments Asheville of North Carolina WALNUT SUPPLY COMPANY O. K. RUBBER WELDERS Candler North Ca rolina Compliments of TIC TOC DRIVE -IN BRIGHT'S JEWELERS 58 College Street Asheville, North Carolina Guaranteed Watch Repairing "Your Credit is Good" Complete Line of Samsonite Luggage Bulova-Elgin-Hamilton Watches WELLS FUNERAL HOME Established 1888 Dial MI 8-2371 66 Academy Street Canton, North Carolina GLYDE GULF SERVICE 627-9 707 Compliments of ALL SPORTS ST ORE Best wishes to the Senior Class of 1962. 81 Patton Avenue AL 2.-Ol9l Asheville, North Carolina Compliments of l0NllllN'3 GARAGE Route 1 Candler, North Carolina INGLES GROCERY Old Canton Highway ROYAL SHOES Your Family Shoe Store Canton, North Ca rolina HARRIS SUPER MARKET Gulf Service Asheville-Canton Highway H. L. PEEBLES R. F. PEEBLES, IR. PEEBLES OIL COMPANY Kerosene-Fuel Oils Candler, N. C. Telephone Enka MO 7-2316 Metered Deliveries LEWALLEN GROCERY Puckzlgccl Meat Cas and Oil Cuncllvr, N. C. Phone MO 7-9132 A. D. MoRGAN's GROCERY Fresh Meats, Gas and Oil Pisgah Highway MO 7-182 7 , x MAsslE's AMoco J ' f Q SERVICE M Tires-Washing-Greasing E wtf f Motor Tune-up-Accessories 1 Q19?',j'j?5 h e ,- Z L pg. Kelly B. Massie 4 f e if Telephone Mo 7-9133 ' 31, WZ' 'A -f, 2,4 :Q - F g.1g'y7'gi: " " - I SORRELLS AND SWANN Wy! ,lul fr-7 Q1-yd A Moron COMPANY 1.1 "" -1 .::f. - 5 Inf. ul X E' V Phone Enka MO 7-2546 M V f' ml, -3' P. o. Box 122 cendler, N. C. QQ-liiifi-21'-.-.' U. s. Highway 19-23 -H11 'I ' "YA CAN'1' SAY THESE TEACHERS 'D0lI'T TAKE A SPECIAL INTEREST Ill' YA-f- EVERY ONE or 'ma ri-mms He's 'inn UNIX ONE YOU HAVE A CLASS YHTIH' FRANK AUSTIN COMPANY, INC. I Hardware and Paints Roofing-Glass Dial 667-1397 C-andler, N. C. l29 CRAGGY MILLING COMPANY Duckett's Corn Meal Tuxedo Feeds Route ffl, Box 230 Asheville, North Carolina CAROLINA REALTY COMPANY Real Estate Brokers and Rental Agents Don I-I. Renfro Lucille M . McEl re ath REALTORS MEMBER MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE 768 Patton Avenue AL 3-4728 SI-IADY-SIDE FLORIST aaaa as Q: A - Asheville-Marshall Highway W f- ii Route 2, Box 9 N Q X X Marshall, North Carolina V X Q I -,. Phone 4461 X , XX .- Compliments of X ,.. ,, BRUCE'S SWEETEN CREEK A' ' glass' X. f ' DRIVE-IN Q Z V- 5 I , Y, Biltmore, North Carolina -' A-L AL I 1r..."" Phone AL Z-9754 f --Aff? ,W , Zh, " T2 - -.A AZ VI' 'B W ' Compliments of 1? gm, ERENCI-I BROAD ,Y E., C-, ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP fl , t CORPORATION W M - il? li N Marshall, North Carolina 'H-'KX Be M-Q. A-1e..x s...:c KM M "Owned By Those We Serve" these HI.,-AXf.s evev 2,.,,,, ,W ,R--2 an tkiln one. sunk in ctmumn J , Compliments Compliments of of THE SPORTS MART Compliments of CURTISS MOTOR 8: BOAT CO. CAROLINA INDUSTRIAL BANK Compliments of A HANCOCK'S RESTAURANT Compliments of DUNN 8: WILLIAMS Asheville, North Carolina SUDS CENTER P. O. 5122 Asheville, North Carolina JAY COLE'S GULF SERVICE 420 Patton Avenue Dial AL 2-2643 Asheville, North Carolina Compliments of ALLISO,N'S FLOWER SHOP Asheville, North Carolina COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY A sheville, North Carolina Compliments of TOWN HOUSE DOUGHNUT COMPANY AL 4-4351 CAROLINA TRUCK at BODY CO. 48 Southside Avenue Asheville, North Carolina VIC JA AND FOAM CENTER RRETT'S FLOWER SHOP 500 Biltmore Avenue Compliments of E NKA BEAUT Y SHOP BEALE'S JEWELERS Elgin-Bulova -Hamilton Watches Enka C ommunity Building Compliments of ENKA SHELL SERVICE Phone MOhawk 7-2722 -r , VALLEY DRUG COMPANY, INC Phone MO 7-2441 Candler, North Carolina TOWN 'N' COUNTRY CLEANERS "Our Customers tell their Friends" VAN HOOK'S ESSO AND TIRE SERVICE Candler Erika., North Ca1'OliI1a North Carolina I-IOMINY BARBER SHOP Compliments of "We appreciate your business" A. K. Hall Albert Morgan, Jr. VILLAGE RESTAURANT Phone MO 7-9193 131 Compliments of SU PE RIOR MOT ORS C ompliments of GLENELLE'S FINE FOODS Canton, North Carolina PISGAH VITOODCRAFTS, INC. Custom Built Furniture Homemade Reproductions Repairing and Refinishing MI 8 -8980 9 Compliments of HYATT ELECTRIC COMPANY .5 'xrzw Compliments ,f I YV Tl Y, , L ff! Sl gf, ll xx xx of ff J-FW, - A E Q I I ,ogy SILVER DOLLAR C F ' 'g."'91 53 ' '1'l1 f' - 9,7 75232 .v . ' U: L, 7 ff! ul 0 E " A fy .A V ,, 1110 W IQH 'fi-Q -A -2 .- . ,f 1,0 'if' " -'Eff Mfg, lf ' -1-U ire' rj lm 15? .fp I -50.11 " M R I A 7- . I f1:5:.u Z XX 'I Savane wfXX rememxer 'S savk Y mga, Most- 5 379-65 inlay." BILTMORE IRON 8: METAL CO. , INC. "We guarantee to meet or beat the fhighe st prices" FREEL Sr ROBINSON FURNITURE CO. Canton, North Carolina RED'S AUTO PARTS Sardis Road MO 7-1543 Compliments of MILL ENDS - FABRIC CENTER Compliments of CRAWFORD FUNERAL HOME ROSE'S 5-lO-2595 STORE Value 8: Variety Canton, North Carolina GREYHOUNE RESTAURANT Good Food - Good Coffee Owned and Operatedyby' Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Murray 'Highway 19-2.3 Enka, N. C 132 WYKLE'S Mens' 8: Boys' Clothing Quality Merchandise 159 Main St. Phone MI-8-3016 Compliments of JONES' GARAGE AND SPEED SHOP Canton, North Carolina M0 7-9126 Compliments LAMB'S ESSO SERVICE of MOUNTAIN VIEW DRIVE -IN At Traffic Light Enka, North Carolina Compliments of Compliments TINGLE'S CAFE of 27 Broadway TINGLI-:'s Too RESTAURANT BOWMAWRECTOR 770 Patton Avenue FUNERAL HOME Compliments of PENLAND 8: DORN Shoes and Clothing for the entire family ONE HOUR MARTINIZING 144 Tunnel Road Asheville, North Carolina TOWNE HOUSE BAKERY Phone AL 2-0419 257 Biltmore Avenue Asheville, North Carolina B 8: B PHARMACY Bishop and Brookshire Prescription Specialists 42.6 Haywood Rd. AL Z-2718 West Asheville, North Carolina R. Neil Rhymer Agency 766 Patton Ave. AL 4-2711 Asheville, North Carolina Auto -Life -Home -Busine s s GENEVA'S RESTAURANT Hamburgers - 151' French Fries - 1242 Compliments of MODERN CLEANERS HAYWOOD REALTY ' 8: INSURANCE CO. l9 Academy St. Phone MI8-6721 Canton, North Carolina Auto - Fire - Life - Liability Mark H. Brown L.A. Coman, Jr. Compliments of CANTON 5-10 -254' STORE RAIFFS DEPARTMENT STORE Canton North Carolina 133 Compliments of ROBERSON'S BEAUTY SALON ARCADIA DAIRY Arden, North Carolina Compliments of BROOKS AND CI-IURM FURNITURE COMPANY Compliments of cANToN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Il N fi' 2 X X 5 X .f. ,,:' 56: M31 -' '5 v 8,42 J. ,il -3.2, 1 1 , v , 4 " QA 11 I fr C EH QQ I ' 1 ,415 if, xy Ziff X14 IRR-A if ,fwpfrfdll -I '-f 011-11 of .MW I ,f I 1' 'ft , ff "I1"S IOUIUW, REALLY--I GAVE 'IREM lm HILTIPII- BHOICB WBUMS--MH HOKE OF TMC ANSWERS All RIGBL' COURTESY BARBER SHOP Enka North Carolina PERRY M. ALEXANDER CONSTRUCTION CO. , INC. General Contractors for over thirty-four years P.O.Box 5202 Asheville, N.C DAVIS 5-10 -254' STORE 71-73 Main Street Canton, North Carolina Phone Miss 8-9722 PINNER' S DRUG ST ORE 619 Haywood Road Dial AL 2-3546 West Asheville, North Carolina Compliments of OWL DRIVE INN 19 and 23 Highway Canton, North Carolina QUALITY OIL COMPANY Fuel Oils---Kerosene Dial AL 4-1722 SMATI-IER'S MARKET "Canton's Finest" 118 Main St. -- Plenty of Parking Canton, N. C. FUREY'S RADIATOR SERVICE 24 Hour Wrecker Service Bob Furey, Owner Complete Radiator Service Dial MI 8-3762 or MI 8-3122 1054 Patton Ave. AL 2-4411 134 Compliments of R. C. Hamilton Insurance Agency BENNETFPS DRUG STORE Nationa Insurance Co Rep ' l . , . ' Phone Mo 7-3909 Asheville, North Carolina Enka, North Carolina MODEL BARBER SHOP Compliments of 73 7 Haywood Road West Asheville, North Carolina l R ENKA ROLL-A-RAMA MOODY"S JEWELERS Telephone Z-0791 - ' 735 Haywood Road .fig 3 " ":"SlE West Asheville, North Carolina i- F5-T., A -gtg ,Elma-i , -'Q-. ff " - For T o-T-'LL' '-T' Iii-lfiifgf . . , Ny R 'I I "iff wriyi "Chicken in the Rou h" its 'V' eg A' R , g 94- Q1 E51 WM BABE 1vIALoY's DRIVE IN Q "5 'wi 7, W 45 1 'Iffils ' 1 Compliments of xx, fx' 7 V. NANCY-HUNTER CHINA SHOP p ' Gifts and Bridal Service 753 ifflllipun o College sr. Aohoviuo, N. C. , rlflx. TREADWELL'SL A gg WGBH! gal: FIRST H212 Il C1ASS:' SERVICE CENTER ""m' """""' m"""""" l2l Patton Avenue Dial AL 4-9203 Asheville, North Carolina Best Wishes P. R. E-LAM from FARM SUPPLY COMPANY THE TIMES-NEWS Farm Supplies-Electrical Supplies Hemlerson CDU-ntV'S Marshall, North Carolina D-311V NeW5PaPe1' Phone 3451 P. O. Box 466 E. B. PRESSLY'S GROCERY Compliments of MO 7-1923 Pisgah Highway BROWN'S SUPPLY 135 f , .X ,w xx .vs .2 V X 3, ,L XIA- CR pf. Q -Q Q NLE CM LL Mk , . W 7 .V 7 Q. O'I"'lf'8ZZ f ,0 ff ff ff 1 10 Phone MO 7-4280 3 Asheville, N. C. Weddings, Conventions 8: Portraits REDMON at WORLEY MOTOR COMPANY Compliments R. Redmon Proprietors T. R. Worley of Dodge and Dodge Truck Sales and Service THE TAR HEEL RESTAURANT Dial 2211 Marshall, N. C. I DIXIE GROCERY l ' 2 ' -'-'S' -A GUNTHERIES SERVICE ' ptgsxe n IDEAL BARBER SHOP .ff KY' j ,. ' I' ' ff f Yjf 4 , - . of 74 fwf A A W' f A T ' , 3 , T It If I i - nu 0 7, Qi- 1FfP qj?a.,,Qf' L . qv J ,-,- V g ravy K 'sql' , ,E ,-. Q A ' V iff-473 --vm. conuwmxs sunnsnsm vm. wisunreron EI, cnoss 'ma Dmwnaz? mnvr cur cuss rouonaow on. YOU'LL MISS THE MSWER5 T0 THESE AID OTHER EXCITING QUBTIGNSP' Cartoons from Little Man On Campus, by Richard N. 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