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T. C. Roberson
new Superintendent of County Schools
R . A. Tomberlin
High School Supervisor
The County School Committee is composed of: lseatecll J. J. Northcott, Chairman: J. M. Caublep
Mrs. Ben W. Davis, C. H. Roberts, fstandingl T. C. Roberson, Superintendent, Charles C. Bell,
Vice-Chairman, Lawrence C. Stoker, Attorney.
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The District 5 Enka High School Committee is composed of: fseated, l-rl Phil McKinney, secretary,
Tom Mallonee, Chairman, W. H. Stevens, lstandingl Tom Tweed, Vice-Chairman, H. M. Tomberlnn,
Principal' Jack London.
The teaching profession occupies a position of public trust involving not only the individual
teacher's personal conduct, but also the interaction of the school and the community. Educatronuns
most effective when these many relationships operated in a friendly, cooperative, and CODSTVUCNVS
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Many times during the school year, there are people to
whom we turn for help in various situations. Fortunately, we have
someone who is both willing and able to help with our problems and
who instills in us a sense of responsibility
berlin does. He has been very concerned
receiving. We students--in all the many
every opportunity to pursue all that our capabilities will permit to
train us For our place in the Future. Mr. Tomberlin has helped make
possible for us the latest techniques and up-to-date educational meth-
ods in our school .
and challenge as Mr. Tom-
about the education we are
classifications we fit--have
Our progress as a nation can be no
swifter than our progress in education. Our
requirements for world leadership, our hopes
for economic growth and the demands of citi-
zenship itself in an era such as this all require
the maximum development of every young Am-
--John F. Kennedy
Mr. Jeter C. Robinson
Candler Elementary School
Mr. Charles L. Shuford
Venable Elementary School
Mr. C. C. Marr
Sand Hill Elementary School
Mr. W. C. Ramsey
Pisgah Elementary School
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MISS DELVIS WOODWARD
MISS CLAUDIA ARROWOOD
MRS. ELLA BRIGMON
MISS PATRICIA BURGIN
MRS. MADITH CANDLER
MRS. SHIRLEY .IO CHANDLER
Members of the faculty examine
overhead proiectors and materials
presented by the 3M Company as
an assistance grant to education.
MRS. JEANNE COX
MRS. DONNA DELLINGER
MRS. BETTY DELOZIER
MRS. HAZEL EDWARDS
MRS. INEZ ELKINS
MRS. LOIS GARREN
MRS. JANE HALL
MISS LAURA I-IARRELL
MISS JOANN HOLLOWAY
MISS KATRINA HUNTER
MRS. .IESSIE KRAMER
MISS NINA LAWSON
MRS. PEGGY LINGERFELT
MRS. PEGGY MANN
MISS FRANCES MITCHELL
MRS. JUDITH RHINEHART
MRS. IRENE RUDISILL
MRS. RAMONA SANDERS
MRS. MARIETTA SMITH
MRS. NANCY SMITH
MRS. MARY DEAN STEELE
MRS. FLORENCE WARREN
MRS. PATRICIA ANN FISHER
Qafduiafirson nd and Cusioclicms
Left to right: Mr. Howard Moses, Mr. Adam Harris, Mrs. Adam Harris.
Left to right: Zillah Plemmons, Bessie Robinson, Emily Watts, Ruby Jervis, Louella Metcalf, manager
Mary Young, Alma Walker, Shirley Welch, Bonnie Patterson.
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First row, left to right: David McElyea, Pres-
ident of the House, Dan McCurry, President,
Terry Furness, Vice President. Second row:
Diane Hyde, Corresponding Secretary, Jim
Smith, Treasurer, Kathy Howell, Recording
Student Council members maintain order
'at the pep rallies.
Students at Enlca elect representatives
to the Student Council, the official organ of
student government. Under faculty and ad-
ministrative supervision, members of the Sen-
ate and the House coordinate activities in the
school. They help to maintain order and dis-
cipline and otherwise aid in making Enka an
Good job, President of the Student Council!
First row, left to right: Brenda Jones, Susie Palat, Sandra Cody, Lynda A. Robinson, Linda J. Robinson, Doris
Buchanan, Susie Ball, Earlene Fletcher, Betty Jane Davis. Second row: Rudy Herren, Rita Edmonds, Steve
Herren, Brian Pope, Johnny Norvelle, Gary Ledtord, Harold Crisp, Mike DeBruhl, Terry Gayheart.. Third
row: Leon Young, George Self, Charles Arthur, Duane Morgan, Robert Crisp, David Raby, Larry Sluder,
Terry Furness, Gary Brown, Fred Racey, Kerr Palat, Jack Arrowood.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES A
First row, left to right: Roberta Parker, Betty Jo Miller, Gail Jones, Linda Crowell, Myra Wiggins, Linda G.
Robison, Rebecca Sutton, Cheryl Reeves, Becky Graham, Penny Floras, Mary Brendell. Second row: Lou
Ellen Parris, Glenda Leatherwood, Jane Cole, Donald Pressley, Ronald Roberts, Sam Kiser, David Carver,
Jane Harris, Brenda Hyde, Lynn Procter. Third row: Fred Davis, Mike Jamison, Jim Fox, Randall Turbyfill,
Charles Cathey, David King, Gary Warren, Eddie Askew, Charles Roberts, Sam Wilson, David McElyea, C. J.
Cody, Mike Travis.
Senior members, left group, left to right, first row: Rudy Herren, Linda Robinson, Diane Hyde, Brenda Cole,
Kathy Howell, Larry Sluder, Earlene Fletcher, Sue Burrows, Joe Fisher. Second row: Dan McCurry, Sandra
Israel, Linda Robison, Candy Whitt, Steve Kemic, Wayne Moore, Charles Arthur, David Raby, Johnny Norvelle .
Third row: Sandra Duck, Terry Gayheart, JoAnn Singleton, Ralph Stanberry, David McElyea.
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First row, left to right: Barbara Parker, Lou Ellen Parris, Louedith Wiggins, Donald Stubbs, Carolyn Swanger,
Diane Reed, Rosemary lngle, Monica Schaaf, Kitty Sherlin, Susan Oats. Second row: Mark'Fisher, Bill Gudger,
Terry Furness, Eric Godfrey, Eva Sue Dillard, Brenda Hollifield, Cecil Edmonds, Patsy Bartlett, Sandra Cody,
Pat Earley. Third row: Sam Kiser, Susie Ball, Wayne Caldwell, Joel Carter, Judy Crawford, Robert Crisp,
Linda Capps, John Corbin, Lynn Benson, Mary Francis Brendell .
Stimulation of interest in education and en-
l couragement of scholarship are the accomplishments
of the National Honor Society at Enlca. Recog-
nition is given to those who excel in character,
leadership, scholarship, and service to the school
through the Honor Society. The Society each year
sponsors Career Day, when students learn more
about vocations in which they are interested.
.lllmtabml .Honor .Sadat
N H S OFFICERS Y
First row left to right Linda J Robinson, Record-
ing Secretary Linda G Robison, Corresponding
Secretary Monika Schaaf, Treasurer Second row:
Charles Arthur President Bill Gudger Vice-Pres-
Sue Burrows pays Candy Whitt for a
box of mints she has sold for the Na-
tional Honor Society.
First row, left to right: Susan
. . , Joyce, Dara Llewellyn, Cheryl
Reeves, Phyllis Roberts, Lynn Ful-
lum, Susan Joyce, Jo Ann Cole,
Lynda Robinson, Mary Long,Mike
Bachner. Second row: Sharon
, Peebles, Randy Sluder, Sally
l Clark, Sonia Carter, Roger Towe,
Judy Miller, Mary Hellen Lollis,
David Bradley, Karen Dale, Mike
Travis. Third row: Myra Wiggins,
Kay Owenby, Janet Arthur, Eddie
Raby, Edward Hutchinson, Peggy
Smith, Jean Brown, Charles Glaz-
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Art editors Phil Wight and Monika Schaaf
sketch the school emblem .
Junior editors, Pat Earley and Kay Jenkins
Sophomore editors, Jan Brown and Jo Ann
Cole. Freshman editors, Marian Kemic
and Brenda Hyde.
Senior editors, Loretta Warren and Carol
Senior editors take advice from business
managers Jane Cole and Barbara Rhodes
about money matters.
Robert McCulloch, Johnny Norvelle, and
Charles Cathey coordinate sports and
Staff members of the Enkc-
noca put together the annual pub-
lication which endures longer than
any other moments of Enka. Here
may be found students who display
interest in the literary arts, and
who are truly intent on presenting Bti'
a record of high school activities
Enkanoca editors, Linda Robinson and Doris Buchanan, supervise the
construction of the annual.
First row, left to right: Sandra Duck, Frieda Ensley, Doris Buchanon, Loretta Warren, Linda Robinson, Carol
Jarrett, Susan Hensley, Kay Jenkins, Linda Young, Doris Cordell, Jo Ann Cole. Second row: Charles Cathey,
Monica Schaaf, Jane Cole, Linda Moss, Louedith Wiggins, Jan Brown, Peggy Smith, Judy Miller, Linda Choclc-
ley, Sonya Carter. Third row: Clarence Melson, Linda Bishop, Linda Redmond, Diane Smith. Brenda Hyde,
Marian Kemic, Robert McCulloch, Johnny Norvelle, Barbara Russell, Pat Early.
First row, left to right: Gary Sluder, Treasurer, Fred
Racey, Vice-President, Gary Ledford, President.
Second row: Marsha Davis, Corresponding Secretary,
Miriam West, Recording Secretary, Jim Smith, Re-
First row, left to right: Phyllis Dalton, Kirby Burton, Doris Cordell, Ann Bridges, Gail Taylor, Lola Johnston,
Sue Clampett, Roberta Parker, Becky Young, Diane Smith, Ima Jean Fox, Doris Austin. Second row: Gayle
Setzer, Gail Jones, Betty Jo Miller, Doris Messer, Janice Clark, Jean Poston, Gail Hedden, Pat Fore, Connie
Davis, Linda Chockley, Jo Ann Warren. Third row: Lynn Price, Ronald Barrier, Roger Holcombe, Jerry Sutton,
4 Larry Israel, Harold Crisp, Terry Moore, Charles Rhinehart, Tony Hooker.
National Beta Club members are those
who excel in achievement, character, and leader-
ship. Members of the club have commendable scho-
lastic averages, together with interest and accom-
Gary, Terry, Gary, Louise and Kay make
blue and white shakers to encourage
school spirit at the ballgames.
Left group, seated, left to right: Rita Edmonds, Carol Jarrett, Loretta Warren, Ronald Roberts, Mike Davis,
Brian Pope, Jeanette Howell, Fred Racey, Elaine Reed, Kathy Parker, Sandra Ballinger, Linda Redmond, June
Henson, Doris Buchanan, Kay Jenkins. Standing: Audrey Norris, Barbara Parker, Margo Miller, Marsha Davis,
Marilyn Zibelin, Myra Gosnell, Miriam West, Jim Smith, Gary Ledford, Louise Walker, Gary Sluder, Kay
Setzer, Charles Stines, Libby Israel, Janie Holcombe, Wanda McElreath.
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Becky Graham, Loretta Warren
and Ronald Roberts gather in-
Formotion for the Scroll.
Hove members of the Scroll,
Larry Sluder, Bill Trull and
Johnny Norvelle found a
First row, left to right: Charles Arthur, Larry Sluder, Johnny Young, Leon Young, Riley Brown, Eddie Plem-
mons, Johnny Norvelle, Ronald Roberts, Lynn Price, David Raby. Second row: Linda Capps, Suzanne Parker,
Kaye Jenkins, Kay Setzer, Sandy Saunders, Earlene Fletcher, Susan Cole, Pat Lunsford, Gail Jones, Susan
Hensley, Libby Israel, Dara Llewellyn. Third row: Carol Jarrett, Loraine Houck, Diane Jenkins, Sandra Is-
rael, Roberta Parker, Doris Lanning, Anita Cagle, Annette Hicks, Becky Graham, Linda Young, Pat Gosnell,
Phyllis Dalton. Fourth row: Susie Ball, John Corbin, Roger Towe, Brent Gasselin, Ricky Spencer, George
Caiigal, Carl Schilt, Carolyn Swanger, Barbara Setzer, Elaine Reed, Vicki Liner, Annette Stillwell. Fifth
row: Kathy Guy, Terry Moore, Glenn Trantham, Bill Trull, Steve Kemic, Bill Nash, David Sebring, Willis
Setzer, Sherrill Hill, John Rutherford, Kathy Howell, Loretta Warren.
Published six times during the school term,
the Enka Scroll provides students with an accurate
summary of activities and events. Through the
Scroll, everyone may keep abreast of latest de-
velopments in the school and community.
Steve Kemic and David Raby decided on
the headline for the next Scroll.
First row, left to right: Julia Davis, Vice-President,
Ronnie Harris, President, Barbara Rhodes, Secretary.
Second row: Susan Cole, Historian, Leroy Campbell, Those interested in cz career in business
Treasurer, Vickie Liner, Reporter. Find the Future Business Leaders of America aclub
tailored to their needs. Through this organization,
it is possible to see apreview of life in business in
First row, left to right: Diane Smith, Jean Penland, Frieda Ensley, Hallie Allison, Marlene Plemmons, Dorothy
Lanning, Gail Lipe, Mary Lynn Foister, Barbara Sprinkle. Second row: Kay Ledbetter, Deanna Walker, Brenda
DeBoard, Brenda Ledforcl, Martha Letterman, Janice Lance, Mary Philips, Pat Hyatt, Rogene Davis, Mack
Parker. Third row: Patsy Pearson, Susan Cole, Vickie Liner, Glenda Rogers, Yvonne Taylor, Julia Davis,
Wanda Warren, Pat Fore, Earlene Stamey, Libby Daniels, Priscilla Ledford, Jeanette Wise, Jo Ann Garrison,
Rita Smith. Fourth row: Jan Hutchinson, Linda Edernickel, Martha Brooks, Dorothy Middleton, Judy Dowdle,
Sandra Wyche, Kitty Sherlin, Betty Jane Davis, David Clontz, Charles Rhinehart, Jack Arrowood, Martha
Carter, Mary Davis. Fifth row: Nancy Bennett, Sandra Meares, Gail Davis, Jane Cole, Lillian Wilson, Ginger
Edmonds, Lois Wilson, Sherrill Hill, Gary Lance, Johnny Sams, Ronnie Harris, Barbara Rhodes.
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Members of the F. B. L. A are cddmg cz
sizeable sum to their treasury
Students who plan a car-
eer in teaching may become mem-
bers of the Future Teachers of Am-
erica Club. This group has worthy
projects, among them is College
Day and White Christmas. By pro-
moting interest in teaching, this
club performs avaluable service to
Leon Young, Iris McCollum, Johnny
Norvelle, and Betty JO Miller load up
packages to deliver to needy Families.
Brenda Jones, Nancy James, Betty
' Jo Miller and Robert McCulloch
at the tea for teachers.
Enka students are generous with their white
First row, left to right: Linda Young,
Reporter, Patsy Bartlett, Secretary.
Second row: Candy Whitt, Vice Pres-
ident, Glenn Trantham, Treasurer,
Duane Morgan, President.
First row, left to right: Brenda Jones, Candy Whitt, Susie Bumgardner, Lou Ellen Parris, Doris Buchanan, Pat
Gosnell, Deanna Walker, Sandra Duck, Margo Miller, Marsha Davis, Susan Hensley, Gail Jones. Second row:
Earlene Fletcher, Kay Setzer, Mary Lollis, Linda Robinson, Linda Redmon, Linda Robison, Eva Sue Dillard,
Patsy Bartlett, Ann Peebles, Gayle Setzer, Nancy James, Phyllis Roberts, Alpha Blackwell, Penny Paterson,
Kathy Debord, Linda Capps, Pat Gibbs, Linda Young, Mary Myers. Third row: Kathy Howell, Louise Walker,
Jane Cole, Louedith Wiggins, Betty Jo Miller, Carolyn Swanger, Jean Jarrett, Sandra Wyche, Linda Beaver,
Jane Sims, Linda Smith, Kathy Parker, Rita Edmonds, Pat McCellan, Jane Duckett, Marilyn Zibelin, Brenda
Graham. Fourth row: Charles Cathey, David Setzer, Kenneth Wheeler, Tommy Morris, Duane Morgan, Jim
Smith, Norman Bryan, Glenn Trantham, Mike Davis, Roberts Crowder, Donald Stubbs, Robert McCulloch, Doug
Ramsey, Gary,Sluder, 'Larry Roberts, Don Israel.
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National Forensic League activities
include all phases of public speaking. Mem-
bers may participate in debate, in congress ac-
tivity, and in original and dramatic orations.
This organization promotes self-expression
First row, left to right: Diana Reed, Alternate
Secretary, Linda Capps, Reporter, Libby Israel,
5 . Recording Secretary, Earlene Fletcher, Cor-
' responding Secretary. Second row: Bill Trull,
jg , Vice-President, George Self, President, Larry
X ' Sluder, Treasurer, Steve Kemic, Parliamentar-
through experience .
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First row, left to right: Diane Reed, Ann Jarrett, Diane Hyde, Linda Capps, Sandra Saunders, Glenda Leather-
wood, Libby Israel, Karen Dale, Earlene Fletcher, Linda Crowell, Sandra Israel. Second row: Carl Schilt
Bill Trull, Robert McColloch, Eddie Raby, Dan McCurry, Steve Kemic, George Self, Joe Fisher, George Caii-
gal, Mike Bachner. Third row: Bruce Boyclkin, Mark Fisher, Larry Sluder, Tommy Morris, Johnny Norvelle
Mike Burch, Riley Brown, Glenn Trantham, Johnny Young.
Members of the Library Club learn
firsthand about the organization and proper
maintenance of an efficient library. This year
members assisted Mr. Arrowood in preparing for
circulation the many new books in our library.
First row, left to right: Susan Brown, member, Brenda
Jones, Secretary, Pat Gosnell, Reporterp Nancy James,
Treasurer, Judy Crawford, Vice-President, Tommy Mor-
First row, left to right: Jean Jarrett, Nancy James, Brenda Jones, Pat Gosnell, Sue Burrows, Susan Hensley,
Vicki Liner. Second row: Karen Dale, Patsy Pearson, Harriet Brown, Susan Brown, Linda Brookshire, Sandra
Wyche, Linda Beaver, Judy Crawford, Linda Ruckman. Third row: Tommy Morris, Robert McCulloch, Gary
Sluder, Glenn Trantham, Bob Collins, Gary O'Kelly.
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First row, left to right: John Corbin, Larry Roberts, Larry Gant, Mike Davis, Rudy
Herren, Gary O'Kelly, Bob Collins, Joe Fisher, Jack Arrowood. Second row:
Charles Arthur, Bill Holbrook, Jim Clark, Randall Turbyfill, Terry Furness, Tommy
Greene, Roberts Crowder. Third row: Glenn Trantham, Charles Roberts, Charles
Morse, Leon Young, Ronald Roberts, David McElyea, Norman Bryan.
Enka's Junior Civitan Club, modeled
after the Rhododendron Civitan Club, is made
up of boys who are outstanding in citizenship
and leadership. Civic duty in school and com-
munity are emphasized. One of their success-
ful proiects this year was selling Christmas
trees, the proceeds were used to complete the
First row: Bob Collins, Reporter, Gary O'Kelly,
Secretary, Jack Arrowood, Vice-President. Sec-
ond row: Glenn Trantham, Sergeant at Arms, Rudy
Herren, Treasurer, David McElyea, President.
First row, left to right: Linda Beaver, Pat Gosnell, Sue Burrows, Linda G. Robison,
Becky Graham. Second row: Ann Peebles, Jane Sims, Iris McCollum, Nancy James,
Linda J. Robinson. Third row: Candy Whitt, Linda Smith, Earlene Fletcher, Eva Sue
Dillard, Brenda Kay Jones.
The Civinettes are the girls
who excel in citizenship. Civinettes
exemplify the ideals of consideration
and concern for school, community,
First row, left to right: Pat Gosnell, Treasurer
Jane Sims, President, Linda G. Robinson, Sec-
retary. Second row: Ann Peebles, Vice-Pres-
identp Candy Whitt, Sergeant at Arms.
Modern day Romans at Enka may
well be active in the school chapter of the
Latin Club. Through this club, they learn
of the language, customs, and lives of the
ancient residents of the world's greatest
First row, left to right: Jane Ducket-t,
Consul Secundusp Sharon Peebles, Aedilep
Cheryl Reeves, Aedile, Dara Llewellyn,
Nuntius, Sally Clark, Censor. Second
row: Ronald Stubbs, Aedile, Robert Crisp,
Consul Primus, Bill Gudger, Quaestor,
Mickey Franklin, Aedile.
Many curious observers look on as the
Latin Club holds its annual initiation for
all the Latin students who make an "A",
First row, left to right: Cheryl Reeves, Rebecca Jackson, Penny Floros, Phyllis Roberts, Ann Bridges, Mary
Long, Doris Cordell, Kirby Burton, Steve Moss, Howard Phelps, Brenda Hyde. Second row: Dara Llewellyn,
Jo Ann Cole, Jennifer Rogers, Glenna Isaac, Janice Lominac, Martha Cooksey, Susan Joyce, Sue Clampett,
Linda Lovingood, Paulette Wilde, Kay Owenby, Sally Clark, Lauren London, Judy Wynes, Linda Crowell,
Darlene Pate, Barbara Setzer. Third row: Diana Reed, Pam Glance, Sandra Saunders, Janice McCarson, Jean
Brown, Peggy Smith, Linda Chockly, Barbara Parker, Brenda Hollifield, Sonya Carter, Karen Dale, Jane Duck-
ett, Lynn Benson, Myra Wiggins, Sharon Peebles, Linda Robinson, Susan Brown, Harriet Brown, Mary Brendell.
Fourth row: Mike Travis, Henry Letterman, Marshall Fields, Jerry Sutton, Robert Crisp, Tommy Phelps, Bill
Gudger, Roger Towe, Edward Hutchinson, Reid Smith, Mike Bachner, Bill Harvey, Lane Mallonee, Tony Hooker,
Ronald Barrier, Ronald Stubbs, Terry Webb, Mickey Franklin, Donald Stubbs.
Students at Enka who display
interest in the culture of the Spanish
people can learn more about this culture
by becoming members of the Spanish Club.
The Spanish way of life proves interesting,
and students learn to understand their
Spanish Friends better.
First row, left to right: Roberta Parker,
Reporter, Susan Oates, Treasurer, Susie
Bumgardner, Secretary. Second row: Jim
Clark, President, Janet Arthur, Vice Pres-
Libby Daniels, Terry Herren and Glenda
Rogers plan the month's events by the
' First row, left to right: Jean Penland, Roberta Parker, Rebecca Sutton, Diane Jenkins, Susan Oates, Janet
Smith, Charlene Coffee, Susie Bumgardner, Roberta lngle, Shirley Frisbee, Phyllis Dalton, Veronica Penley.
Second row: Jerry Grant, Carolyn Swanger, Marcia Crook, Marilyn Zibelin, Janet Arthur, Linda Hollifield,
Kathy Guy, Brenda Graham, Libby Daniel, Lynn Price, Gary Miller. Third row: Dennis Jordon, Neil Carter,
Eddie Simmons, Doug Israel, Clarence Melson, David Barnes, Mike Nichols, Jim Clark, Terry Gorman, Terry
Moore, Jerry Rogers, Gene Stirewalt, Jimmy Hughey.
First row, left to right: Gail Jones, Re-
porter, Judy Miller, Treasurer, Terry Gay-
heart, Secretary. Second row: Charles
Roberts, Vice-President, Johnny Norvelle,
President, Steve Kemic, Parliamentarian.
Pat, Miriam, Carl, and Kaye demonstrate
their French initiation.
French students at Enka this year have organized the school's first French Club. Designed
to serve the interests of those who take French I or French ll, this organization promotes improved in-
ternational relations and interest in the French language and customs.
First row, left to right: Nancy McFee, Pat McCall, Deidra Owen, Terry Gayheart, Cherry Waters, Linda
Grant, Linda Medlin, Judy Blankenship, Jenny Parris, Diane Redmond. Second row: Alpha Blackwell, Bobbie
Jo Lewis, Kaye Jenkins, Juanita Mises, Eva Sue Dillard, Brenda Kay Jones, Judy Miller, Pat Lunsford, Gail
Lunsford, Gail Jones, Janice Clark. Third row: Bill Dalton, Pat DeBruhl, David Bradley, Eddie Cagle, Carl
Schilt, Chuck Connor, Charles Roberts, 'Johnny Norvelle, Steve Kemic.
First row, left to right: Lynn Proctor, Sec-
"efU'Yi Gene Silrewclif VlCe'P'eSldenl7 Members of the Health Careers Club pre-
Dorothy Middleton, President. Second pare To leave for G Congress here in Ashe-
row: Eddie Askew, Treasurer, Susan Ivey, ville.
Corresponding Secretary, Kay Jenkins,
Young people who anticipate a life of dedication to the careers in health Find the
Health Careers Club an ideal activity. Here they are able to see what the duties of our nurses,
technicians, and other medical devotees will be. This club is sponsored by The Auxiliary to the
Medical Society of Buncombe County.
First row, left, to right: Audrey Norris, Rebecca Jackson, Donna Young, Freida Ensley, Brenda Debord, Pat
Morgan, Sonya Carter. Second row: Gail Lipe, Mary Keller, Mary Collette, Lynn Proctor, Nancy Bennett,
Libby Daniel. Third row: Eddie Askew, Kaye Jenkins, Susan Ivey, Susan Hensley, Lois Proffitt, Clyde Morrow,
First row, left to right: Jennifer Rogers, Kaye Ledbetter, Lola Johnson, Wanda Stanberry, Brenda Hipps, Billie
Sorrells, Janet Smith, Pat Hyatt, Becky Young. Second row: Emma Jean Robinson, Shirley Wells, Shelia
Whiteside, Doris Massie, Jackie Teague, Libby Clement, Linda Beaver, Marlene Plemons, Annette Stillwell.
Third row: Jo Ann Singleton, Barbara Messer, Elaine Reed, Willa Rea Blankenship, Loraine Houck, Janice
Lance, Jean Jarrett, Jane Sims, Linda Smith. Fourth row: Susan Ivey, Peggy Coleman, Pat McCellean, Ber-
nice Hedden, Helen Rogers, Martha Brown, Sandra Burrell, Sandra Wyke, Earlene Stamey.
Future Bornznmkers of Hruznm
Through participation in the
Future Homemakers of America, girls learn
basic skills for successful homemaking and
gain competence in qualities of human re-
lations which help to prepare them to be
better citizens of their community. The
development of individual personalities
and the development of proper sense of
values make this organization meaningful.
First row, left to right: Susan lvey, Trea-
surer, Elaine Reed, President, Becky
Young, Secretary, Earlene Stamey,Vice-
President, Barbara Messer, Parliament-
arian, Annette Stillwell, Reporter, Jane
Sims, Song Leader, Sandra Wyche, His-
Members of the Future Homemakers of
America are busy making Christmas Favors
for the Aged.
First row, left to right: David Tipton, Ronald Pressley, Doug Warren, Danny Warren, John Kilpatrick, Joe
Austin, Ralph Morgan, Charles Morse, Roger Smith, Wayne Lominac. Second row: Jim Suddreth, Gary Reeps,
Jerry Hamlin, Joe Edwards, Kenneth Davis, David Harris, Steve Williams, Ray Burrell, Danny Morgan, Eddie
Candler, Steve Wilson. Third row: Gerald Filcher, Bobby Warren, Jerry Black, Larry Israel, Raymond Emery,
Bobby Ballard, Don Shuler, Marvin Milton, Doug Hensley, Larry Trull, Doug Massie. Fourth row: Ernest Towe,
Tommy McCarson, Elmer Watts, Howard Overman, Bill Nash, James Thrift, Jimmy Johnson, Billy Hyatt, Larry
Vinson, Don Pressley, Jerry Reeves, Paul Hendrix. Fifth row: Paul Young, Nevil Breedlove, Grady Parris,
Ralph Wiggins, Jackie Davis, Tommy Sisk, Gary Vinson, Neal McElrath, Jerry Sexton, Mike Burch, Eddie
Bennett, Texas Gasperson, Eddie Wright, Joel Welch, Ricky Furey.
Future Farmzrs of Hmzrica
F. F. A. OFFICERS
First row, left to right: Joe Austin, Pres-
identp John Kilpatrick, Vice-Presidentp
Danny Warren, Secretary. Second row:
Ralph Morgan, Treasurer, Douglas Warren,
Sentinel, Charles Morse, Reporter.
Members of F. F. A. are digging up
shrubbery to be re-set.
Like the other ,vocational clubs
at Enka, the Future Farmers of America
strive to satisfy the interests of future
leaders in America. ln this case,the lead-
ers concerned are in agriculture. Through
this club, members keep abreast of latest
developments and techniques in agricul-
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Star athletes of Enka High may
become members of the Monogram Club.
Those boys and girls who show outstanding
ability and achievement in either football,
basketball, baseball, or track are awarded
N a letter, and become proud members of this
First row, left to right: Gary O'Kelly,
Vice-President, Leon Young, President.
Second row: James Hutchinson, Secretary,
Bill Holbrook, Treasurer.
The Jets work hard for their letters.
First row, left to right: Larry Gant, Jimmy Garren, Jack Arrowood, Mike Jones, Joe Arrowood, Wayne Cald-
well, George Holcombe, Gary O'Kelly, Harold Brookshire, John Corbin. Second row: Patsy Bartlett, David
McElyea, Bob Collins, Doug Norton, C. J. Cody, Rudy Herron, Kathy Howell, Mike Davis, Jane Sims, Sandra
Israel, Janet Authur. Third row: Billy Moses, Janie Holcombe, Gary Warren, Tommy Sisk, Fred Davis, Charles
Roberts, Norman Bryan, Jim Clark, Glenn Trantham, Jim Fox, Gary Brown, Hallie Allison, Larry Roberts.
Fourth row: Leon Young, Ronald Roberts, Duane Morgan, Kert Palat, Bill Holbrook, Randall Turbytill, James
Hutchinson, Charles Morse, Lynn Price, Mike Farris, Tommy Greene, Roberts Crowder.
A number of dependable and
efficient young people at Enka are in
charge of maintaining an orderly office
for the school. They greatly facilitate
the execution of school business through
eager and cooperative assistance.
Our school couldn't do without Mrs.
Steele, the school secretary, who keeps
the office running smoothly.
Terry, Louise, and Joe check absences
sent in by the classes.
First row, left to right: Candy Whitt, Linda J. Robinson, Eva Sue Dillard, Carol Jarrett, Patsy Bartlett Loretta
Warren, Sandra Allen. Second row: Janice Clark, Lillian Wilson, Jane Cole, Myra Gosnell, Barbara Rhodes,
Louise Walker, Mary Collete, Nancy James. Third row: Linda Smith, Pat Hyatt, Terry Gayheart, Jim Clark,
Joe Arrowood, Gregg Webb.
The National Thespian League,
better known as the Dramatics Club, is a
newly organized club at Enka. The stud-
ents have long felt the need for a creative
outlet for their after school hours and en-
ergies. No club until this time has made
any effort to occupy the talents of those
interested in the age-old profession of en-
tertainment--for those interested in art--
set design and construction--advertising
l and publicity--costuming--and perform-
ing. The National Thespian League hopes
to fill these desires.
First row, left to right: Sandra Israel,
President, Doug Norton, Vice-President.
l Second row: Sonya Corter,Treasurer, Susie
First row, left to right: Cherry Waters, Doris Buchanan, Sandra Israel, Susan Oates, Ann Bridges, Carolyn
Metcalf, Rita Smith, Susie Bumgardner, Phyllis Dalton. Second row: David Barnes, Brenda Cooper, Carolyn
Swanger, Lynda Moss, Libby Daniel, Karen Dale, Libby Israel, Sonya Carter, Linda Medlin, Judy Blankenship,
Don Israel. Third row: Mike Burch, Doug Stanley, Pat Lunsford, Linda Chockley, Sandra Saunders, Brenda
Graham, Mike Nichols, Diana Lewis, Diana Peebles, Jerry Grant.
Kathy Howell, Miss Harrell, sponsor,
and Larry Sluder, editor, check
the articles written For Bridges.
Publications at Enka are joined by a new member this year. Bridges, our new literary magazine,
is the first of its kind in Buncombe County and one of few in North Carolina. Under the editorship of Larry
Sluder and sponsorship of Miss Laura Harrell, the magazine emerges as an outstanding example of high school
creative endeavor. Bridges is composed of short stories, essays, poetry, reviews, and original art work, all
composed by Enka students. We welcome Bridges to Enka High and wish for it a successful future.
Johnny, Diane, and Bill plan
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First row, left to right: Morris Childers, Vice President, Ricky Spencer, Reporter, Jackie Davis, Secretary,
Don Lytle, Treasurer, Brian Pope, President. Second row: Marvin Riddle, Calvin Swanger, Kenneth Crane,
Robert Watson, Alonzo Watts, Steve Stanberry, Robert Elliot. Third row: Robert Jones, Clive Campbell, Linda
Trantham, Linda Ebernickel, Lois Proffitt, Mary Davis, Diane Freck. Fourth row: Roy Cass, Wallace King,
Raymond Stowe, Dennis Pittman, Dickie Cagle, Gilbert Joyce. Fifth row: James Harris, Charles Gosnell,
David Morgan, Danny Mann, Dennis Dillard, Benny Plemmons, Eddie Stanber ry, Ronnie Recter, E. W. Loftis.
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First row, left to right: Mr. Penland, Sponsor, Joe Austin, Bobby Ballard, Sherrill Hill, Donald Pressley,
Sammy Massie, John Kilpatrick. Second row: Mike Queen, Jackie Roberts, David Rickman, Jerry Revis,
Richard Harrison, Bill Justice, Jack Suddreth. Third row: Clifton Robinson, Randall Galloway, Charles
Morse, Leroy Campbell, Dickie Cagle, Douglas Warren, Ervin Sanford.
Effective communication with
others is the most essential ability we pos-
sess. Communication may take two Forms:
written and spoken. Through the study of
English, we learn to improve both forms.
The English Department at Enka enables
students to learn the vocabulary needed,
the correct forms of language, in speech
and in composition.
Appreciation of literature is
encouraged, and students learn to under-
stand themselves and others in amore com-
plete manner. In the correlated English
courses at Enka, we grow ever more cap-
able of complete and effective self-ex-
Miriam, Janice, Diane, and Henry ob-
serve a bulletin board on Dicken's "Great
Expectations . "
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Instruction in reading is given by Mr
Starnes. The reading class is a new addi-
tion to the English Department.
Randy tries to explain Aristotle's theory of
"place" to his other classmates.
Linda and Pat write French sentences on
the board, for the class.
Mickey auctions slaves for the Latin ini-
Three foreign languages are of-
fered at Enka. These are Latin, French,
and Spanish. Latin, the classical tongue,
helps students to better understand one of
the greatest cultures the world has known.
Study of French and Spanish, two con-
temporary languages, promotes understand-
ing between members of various nations
being drawn ever closer together in today's
world. Understanding and appreciation
among students are broadened. Courses
are ever improving at Enka, and this year
Latin lll and French ll were offered.
Students of the Spanish class listen to
The Library is an important
source of information and parallel reading
at Enka. Here students compile informa-
tian, complete assignments, and learn. A
number of new books have been added to
circulation this year, increasing the ef-
fectiveness of the library. Students are
able to use the facilities of the library at
night, and thus have the added advantage
of asource of learning which is convenient
and comprehensive .
Books seem to come in all at once
For library assistants.
Library assistants file the card cat-
Glenda, Linda, and Terry use the
library facilities for many purposes.
Guidance at Enka means
guidance in education, in iob
choice, and in learning in high
school. The Guidance Department
under the direction of Mrs. Warren
and Mrs. Rudisill, makes available
brochures and bulletins of colleges,
employers, and technical schools.
It is an integral part of the coordi-
nation of school activities and ob-
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Mrs. Rhinehart's U. S. History class study about our
Our heritage as a nation can be better understood and appreciated through the study of the
social sciences, and at Enka, opportunity abounds. By learning about our world, and eventually, our
nation, students develop a more acute awareness of the cultures and customs which combined to make
the world what it is at the present time. Current history is stressed, and students become appreciative
of the ever-changing state of the world.
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Libby and Gail construct a medieval manor by using
oatmeal boxes, wax paper rolls, soap boxes, cord- Linda points out part of Gaul, conquered by Caesar
board, Flour, salt, water, paint, glue. ..
Members of Mr. Young's Biology class ob- Members of Mr. Morrell's chemistry class
serve as Brenda disects a carp. look on as Rosemary and Gary demonstrate
an experiment with diluted hydrocholoric
Science at Enka assumes forms which fulfill needs of students. Courses include chemistry, physics,
biology, earth science, general science, and senior science. In these classes students learn the basic facts,
and later apply these fundamentals in their personal conclusions and discoveries. Through the laboratories at
Enka, science becomes a living subiect, and students enioy the learning process. The study of both natural
and physical science becomes increasingly important today, and Enka has much to offer to the young scientist.
Mrs. Warren's Physics class prepare to
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Kay and Eddie weigh chemical compounds
Those at Enka who come in con-
tact with the Math Department are aware
of vast changes in this field. The modern
approach is stressed, and students often
find themselves more interested. A course
in combined plane and solid geometry,
and a course combining trigonometry, cal-
culus, and analytical geometry are among
the recently introduced studies. Through
mathematics we learn to reason more
clearly, and to think in a more orderly
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discuss their protect in advanced geometry to some of his students.
Business in the future depends
on the young people of today, and the
young people prepare themselves through
business education. Here they learn the
fundamentals of the business world: the
methods, the means, the management
which will be used in their careers. Typ-
ing, shorthand, use of machines and equip-
ment, all of these are components which
develop the capable business leader of to-
morrow, and all of these may be learned
in Enka's Business Department.
Susan, Leroy, and Ronnie observe their
newly finished bulletin board.
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Diana states the problem.
Students take notes as Betty Jane dictates
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Jean, Linda, Sandra, and Lennie
make yeast bread.
intriguing aromas often emerge
from the Home Economics Department at
Enka. At other times the whir of sewing
machines may be heard. Then we know
that young ladies atEnka are gaining skills
important to them as homemakers at future
times. In this course, girls learn to cook,
sew, and efficiently run a home, iobs
which require training as do any other
vocations. Under the capable direction
of home economics teachers, the girls
learn to be efficient, economical, and
Glenda and Janet prepare coffee
for a break.
Linda and Beth try to get the sleeve sewed
in their dress before the bell rings.
Industrial Art members study
a mounted truck motor.
Boys working in the shop learn to weld.
Mr. Duckett paints a tool box
as a student observes.
Industrial Art Boys help put in
new lockers for the new wing.
lndustry will draw many aspiring
young men from the resources of the lndus-
trial Arts Department of Enka High School.
For here, in actual practice, students ac-
quire first-hand experience at industrial
skills. Training is offered in use of tools,
machines, and materials.
Members of the Agriculture Department Agriculture students practice the identification
landscape for the new wing. of tools for a county contest.
Agriculture is an everchanging
field of study, and young agriculturalists
at Enka keep abreast of latest methods and
techniques through the Agriculture Depart-
ment of our school. Agriculture combines
many of the courses included in the curri-
culum, among these are science, business
management, and human relations. Ex-
perience is combined with technical knowl-
edge to produce knowledgeable young
Agriculture students refinish
their farm truck.
Mr. Penland explains the parts of a car
to a student.
F ill up for instruction with Mr. Penland
in Drivers Training .
With professional driver training
a requirement for a license in our state,
students find it convenient to take ad-
vantage of this course at Enlccl. Skill and
coordination are developed, and a basic
knowledge of automobile mechanics is im-
parted. The roads are safer because ofa
well planned driver instruction course.
Part of Drivers Training is
learning to park a car.
This year the Enka High Band
has had a busy schedule under the dir-
ection of Mr. Ralph Middleton. lt has
participated in all pep rallies and foot-
ball games. It marched at the Labor Day
parades in Asheville and Hendersonville,
the Veterans Day Parade, and the Christ-
mas Parade in Asheville. The highlight
of the fall was participating in the South-
eastern Marching Contest at Bristol. This
spring the band participated in the State
Contest Festival at Marion. It also
played a series of concerts at surrounding
schools. This successful school year was
ended by the annual Spring Concert at
Officers: Judy Stubbs, Vice-President,
Cecil Edmonds, Secretary-Treasurer, Ann
The Enka-Candler Business Association
generously donated S550 to the band uni-
form fund. Left to right: Judy Stubbs,
Mr. Gene Lamb, president of the asso-
ciation, Mr. Harold Peebles, Treasurer,
Mr. H. M. Tomberlin, Ann Peebles, Mr.
Ralph Middleton, Cecil Edmonds.
The band puts its best foot forward as they prepare to march in their appropriate dress.
The band purchased several rare instru-
ments this year enabling the band to
compete with the better bands of the
state. The players of these instruments
are, first row: Mary Long, baritone sax-
ophone, Dara Llewellyn, oboe, Judy
Miller, French horn, Diane Tweed,
French horn. Second row: Rex Revis,
bass clarinet, Judy Wynes, bass clarinet,
Sharon Peebles, alto clarinet, Sally
The percussion section is composed of
Robert Blackwell, Frank Davidson, Har-
old Young, Phil Sloan, Larry Stockton,
Ten band members participated in the
All-State Band at Cullowhee. Seated
are the members of the Workshop Band:
Nancy Hall, Ann Peebles, Diane Tweed,
David Fisher, Paul larussi, Jimmy Single-
ton. Members of the Clinic Band are
standing: Sharon Peebles, Bill Gudger,
Randy Sluder, Kenneth Singleton.
The freshman clarinet section is greatly
improved under the direction of Bill
Gudger. First row: Lanny Sheppard,
Judy Wynes, Sandra Price, Carolyn
Shope. Second row: Lois Massie, Linda
Rhodes, Larry Kinsland, Pat Moore.
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Diversified Occupation enables
students to combine academic training with
technical experience. While still com-
pleting their high school careers, they are
able to obtain a preview of their future
careers in business and in industry.
Vivian Herren aids Dr. Cole in dentistry.
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Dickie Cagle polishes i'-Ul'I'1ll'Ufe f0I' Q Jqmeg Hqrrig Checks the engine
new showing at Kent Mobile Homes. gr fhe E550 Sfqfion,
"A trained mind in a strong
body" might well be applicable to the
typical student at Enka. Through physical
education, we learn about our physical
beings, and how to take proper care of
ourselves. Sportsmanship and fair play
are emphasized, and through this depart-
ment, we learn to live in harmony with
those about us.
All together now, girls, one, two, three!
Neil learns to rebound the ball as part
of the physical education program .
Part of physical education is learning
to play basketball.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS h
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ight: Mike DeBruhl, Vice President, Betty Jane Dclvis, Recording Secretory, Rudy Herren,
President. Standing: Terry Goyheort, Treasurer, Leon Young, Reporter, Rita Edmonds, Corresponding Secretory.
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Kenneth is happy Ur Chief!
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Class of 1964
HAROLD BROOKS HIRE
MARS HA DAVIS
BETTY JANE DAVIS
E. W. LOFTIS
TOMMY McCARS ON
Jo Ann Allen
Willa Rea Blankenship
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Mary Joyce Coffey
Julia Ann Davis
Eva Sue Dillard
Mary Lee Horton
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Brenda Kaye Jon
Bobbie Jo Lewis
Betty Jo Miller
Lou Ellen Parris
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Danny Lee Warren
Jo Ann Warren
Linda M . Young
Leon and Iris load
White Christmas packages
Santa Claus seems to be
having a difficult time
with his helpers
Class of 1966
First row, left to right: Harold
Crisp, President, Susie Palct,
Secretary, Gary Brown, Vice
President. Second row: Vero-
nica Penley, Treasurer, Linda
Rose Marie Bennett
Rose Lee Clark
C. J. Cody
Jo Anne Cole
Mary Lynn Foisfer
lma Jean Fox
Class of 1966
First row, left to right:
Gwencla Smith, Sec-
retary, Diane Jenkins
Treasurer. Second row.
David Sebring, Report-
er, Royce Phillips, Pres-
identp Lane Mallonee
Jerri Ann Bythe
Class of 1967
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Linda C. Crowell
Linda L. Crowell
Mary Ruth Elson
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Class of 1967
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Barbara Jo Setzer
Mary Jane Webb
Judy Wy nes
Class of 1967
First row, left to rrght Roberta Ingle, Dorls Cordell Ann Brldges, Lmda House, Linda Powell Second row
Paulette Wnlde Laura London, Glenda Penland, Cherry Waters, Patsy Pearson Thurd row Carol Barruer
Diana Peebles, Susanne Parker, Garnell Penland Fourth row Harriett Brown, Llncla Chockley Susan Brown
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seniors we know ?
Ciass of '64's Junior officers
worked hard on ring orders
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"Easier said than done"
What are Jane and Sandra
doing to Santa Claus?
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Senior B Honor Roll Junior B Honor Roll
Sophomore A Honor Roll Judy Miller
Freshman A Honor Roll Brenda Hyde
Sophomofe B HOUOY Roll Freshmen B Honor Roll
Candidates for Junior Marshals
Members of the Senior Class
count ballots For Junior Marshals
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A representative of Bob Jones Umversnfy
points out areas of the Umversnfy For students
Mr . Warren and students The teachers were eager
enioy new wing. to get into the new wing.
Monica Schaaf Johnny Young
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Senior Physical Division V - Senior Biological Division
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mock Around the Clockn rs an ers and the.girls hudclle
for a few encouraging words.
Mr. Middleton directs the band Our cheerleaders rode in the
at a pep rally. Asheville Christmas parade .
Gary takes care of difficult matters Modern day football players
Students decide on the college Temporary class rooms are
they would like to attend. replaced by our new wing.
Wayne Caldwell puts a final touch to the
curtain for the Junior party. That ladder isn't dependable
Mrs. Brigmon's home room won in the annual maga-
zine drive to raise money for the Junior-Senior Prom. They
raised more money than any other room in the history of the
Tommy, put this pink one in the center Sc oo - V
Doug and David play and sing Pat and Susan dance the night away
Hootenanny music at the Junior Party. at the Junior party with modern jazz music
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Terry Furness Gary Brown Bill Holbrook Bob Collins Gary O'Kell
Bull Moses Larry Roberts Rudy Herren Charles Arthur James Hutchinson
Jim Fox and Rudy Heffen Gerald Robinson Bgloaches
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Kerr Palat Roberts Crowder Jim Fox Tom Sisk Larry Gam
Charles Morse David McElyea Rclndy Turbyfill Mike Davis Glenn Trantham
First row, left to right: Senior players:
David McElyea, Jim Fox, Charles Morse,
Mike DeBruhl, James Hutchinson, Charles
Arthur, Roberts Crowder, Ralph Stanberry.
Second row: Mike Davis, Bill Moses, Rudy
Herren, Gary O'Kelly, Bob Collins, Glenn
Trantham, Norman Bryan.
Bob Collins reaches for the hand-off
from the quarter-back.
Terry moves back for a pass.
First row, left to right: Larry Roberts, Bobby Holbrook, Bob Collins, Rudy Herren, Jim Fox, Gary O'Kelly,
Dewey Brock, John Corbin. Second row: Terry Kirby, Larry Gant, Tommy Sisk, Cesile Boyd, Mike Davis,
Mike DeBruhl, Gary Brown. Third row: Randall Turbyfill, Ronald Stubbs, Bill Holbrook, C. J. Cody, Billy
Moses, Ralph Stanberry, Terry Furness. Fourth row: Henry Duncan, Kert Palat, Charles Arthur, Glenn Trant-
ham, Norman Bryan, Roberts Crowder, David McElyea. Fifth row: James Hutchinson, Charles Morse, Charles
Roberts, David King, Mike Parris, Terry Moore.
Jets go for another first-down.
Jets break through for a touchdown
The line blocks for the hand-off.
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J. V. TEAM - l0th, llth, 12th GRADES
First row, left to right: Mike Penland, Glen Rhinehart,'Preston Ponders, Tommy Dillard, Charles Rhinehart,
Bill Peek. Second row: Doby Hollbrook, John Kilpatrick, Dennis Mills, Pat DeBruhl, Gary Slucler, Troy Led-
ford. Third row: Johnny Young, Robert Crisp, David Clontz, Jerry Grant, William Dalton, Ronnie Boyston.
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First four winners in the district go to state track meet. Left to right, first row: Norman Bryan, Rudy Herren,
Bill Moses, Jim Clark, David McElyea, Bill Holbrook, Glenn Trantham. Second row: Coach Styles, Fred Davis,
Leon Young, Doug Beale, Coach McElreath.
First row, left to right: Ronnie Hedden, John Corbin, Joel Carter, Larry Gant, Rudy Herren, Joe Fisher, David
Rutherford, Jimmy Garren, Preston Ponders, Mike Travis. Second row: Mike Davis, Glenn Trantham, David
King, Tommy Sisk, Terry Kirby, Bill Moses, Bill Holbrook, C. J. Cody, Doug Norton, Dewey Brock. Third
row: Mike Jones, Billy O'Kelly, Ronnie Bennent, Gary Laney, Jimmy Bailey, Jerry Rogers, Kenneth Wheeler,
Roger Holcombe, Allan Woody, Ronnie Wallen. Fourth row: Roger Banks, Charles Garren, Kert Palat, Mike
Parris, Ronald Gibson, Jim Clark, David McElyea, Norman Bryan, Bob Collins. Fifth row: Ralph Long, Leon
Young, Phil Brinkley, Ronald Roberts, Charles Roberts, Eddie Wright, Terry Moore, Danny Welch, Gary Ledford.
Sports at Enka High School begin with sportsmanship among the players as well as the students. The
teams work diligently to uphold our school's standards and spirit. Sports make up the maior part of our school's
extra curricular activities and competition.
4 Each of the events in the sports program brings different competition to our school . The students sup-
port the boys and girls as they go out on the field or floor to work diligently and play strongly for a clean game
and compete for another victory for Enka High School.
Terry Furness Gary Brown Ronald Roberts
David Jackson and Ronald Barrier
BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL
First row, left fo right: Gary Brown, Jack Arrowood, John Corbin, Jerry Brown. Second row: Randall
Turbyfill, Terry Furness, Duane Morgan, Leon Young, Ronald Roberts, Gregg Webb, Gary Warren.
Gef fhqf bqll boys! Randall comes down with the ball!
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Leon always gets the iump. Ronald jumps high For a rebouncl.
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GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL
First row: Gwenda Smith, Marilyn Zibelin, Janie Holcombe, Kathy Howell, Gayle Setzer, Patsy Bartlett,
Jackie Teague. Second row: Juanita Moses, Jane Duckett, Judy Crawford, Karen Long, Phyllis McKinney,
Lynn Price, Rita Edmonds, Ann Peebles.
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Left to right: Penny Floros, Susie Bumgardner, Dyrenda Jones, Pattie Lewis, Barbara Jo Setzer, Kay Ledbetter
First row, left to right: Jim Smith, Gary Brown, Gary Warren, Randall Turbyfield, Jerry Brown, Mickey
Franklin, Mike Holbrook. Second row: Harold Brookshire, Dennis Bartlett, Duane Morgan,
James Hutchinson, Cesile Boyd, Eddie Haynes.
Eva Sue Dillard
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Brenda Kaye Jones
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First row, left to right: Jerry Jameson, Brent Gosselin, Mike Jameson, Larry Holford, Neil Carter
Doug Jones, Willis Setzer. Second row: Doby Holbrook, Ronald Wheeler, Ronnie Morgan,
Dickie Foster, Royce Phillips, Charles Glazner, Charles Garren.
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Betty Jane Davis
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
PRETTIEST AND HANDSOMEST
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MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT
Linda Gail Robison
M OST ATHLETIC
Kc Thy Howell
Lindo Joyce Robinson
Left to right: Terry Furness, Chief Marshal5 Sandra Cody, Pat Early, Patsy Bartlett, John Corbin,
Lou Ellen Parris, Louedith Wiggins, Eva Sue Dillard, Joel Carter.
SANDRA LEE ALLEN
Business. Glee Club 2,35 Junior Marshal 35 Homeroom Secre-
tary I5 Homeroom Vice President 25 Homeroom Treasurer 35
Office Assistant 4.
HALLIE EUFAULA ALLISON
Business. Future Homemakers of America 25 Future Business
Leaders of America 35 Monogram Club 2,3,45 Basketball Man-
ager 2,3,45 Chairman of Committee for Junior-Senior 3.
KATHERINE LAVERNE ARRINGTON
BARRY JOE ARROWOOD
Business. Monogram Club l,2,3,45 Homeroom Vice President
I,45 Homeroom Reporter 2,35 Football Manager I,3,45 Track
LARRY JACK ARROWOOD
Business. Junior Civitan Club 3,45 Civitan Vice President 45
Homeroom President I,3,45 Monogram Club I,3,4,55 Student
Council I,45 Future Business Leaders of America 45 Basketball
l,3,45 Baseball I,2,3,4.
CHARLES WALLER ARTHUR II
College Preparatory. Track I, 2, 35 Basketball Manager 2, 35
Football Manager 25 Football 45 National Honor Society 253,
45 Latin Club l, 25 Junior Civitan Club 45 Monogram Club 2,
3,45 Junior Marshal-Chief37 Grand March 3,45 Program and
Waiter for Junior-Senior 25 Senior Superlative - Most Hand-
JOSEPH EUGENE AUSTIN
General. Homeroom Vice President I5 F.F.A. Treasurer 25
F.F.A.Vice President 35 F.F.A. President 45 Bus Driver 3,4.
MARY LEE BALL
WELDON DONNIE BALL
JAMES ROBERT BALLARD
General. F.F.A. I,2,3,45 Junior Deputies 25 Bus Driver 3,4.
NANCY ELIZABETH BENNETT
General. Future Homemakers 2, 35 Future Health Careers of
America 2,3,45 Future Business Leaders of America 4.
JAMES PHILIP BRINKLEY
College Preparatory. Homeroom Vice President 35 Basketball
MARTHA sus BROOKS
Business. F.H.A. 35 Future Nurses 2,35 Future Business Lead-
ers of America 4.
TERRY RICHARD BROOKS
HAROLD CARMAN BROOKSHIRE
College Preparatory. Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 Football 35 Mono-
gram Club 2,3,45 Student Council 2,35 Homeroom Reporter I5
Homeroom President 25 Homeroom Vice President 35 Grand
JUDITH ANN BROWN
General. Future Homemakers of America I,2.
NORMAN LEE BRYAN
College Preparatory. Football I,2,3,4, Track I,2,3,4, Fut-
ure Teachers of America 2,3,4, Junior Civitan 4, Library Club
2,3, Monogram Club 2,3,4, Grand March 3, Homeroom Pres-
ident l,4, N. C. State Track Meet 3.
ANNA LAURA BUCHANAN
Business. Future Business Leaders of America 4.
DORIS ANN BUCHANAN
College Preparatory. National Beta Club 3, 4, F. T. A. 3, 4,
Dramatics Club 4, Homeroom Reporter I, Homeroom Secretary
3, Junior-Senior Waitress 2, Grand March 3, Annual Editor
4, Student Council 4, Senior Superlative - Most Studious.
SUSIE PAT BURNETTE
General. Library Assistant 4.
BETTYE SUE BURROWS
College Preparatory. National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Home-
surer I, 2, Future Homemakers of America
I, 2, 3, Future Homemakers of America State Convention I,
Junior Degree, F. H. A. I, F. H. A. County Convention 3,
F .T .A. DistrictConvention 3, Library Club 3,4, Office Assistant
2, Junior Varsity Cheerleader I, Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,4 ,
Assistant Head Cheerleader 4, Track Team I, J. V. Basketball
Team I, Program and Waitress at Junior Senior 2, GrandMarch
3, Certificate ofAchievement in Magazine Sale 3, Spanish Club
3, Civinettes 4.
EDGAR WASHINGTON CANDLER
General. Homeroom Treasurer 2, Spanish Club 3, Future
Farmers of America 4, Grand March 3.
RICHARD DAVID CAGLE
General. Bus Driver 4, Diversified Occupations 4.
GEORGE LUIS ENRIQUE EUGENIO CAJIGAL
College Preparatory. National Forensic League, Merit Degree
4, Homeroom Reporter 4, Spanish Club, Honorary Member 4,
Senior Program, Junior-Senior Program 3.
CLIVE TREVOR CAMPBELL
General. Bus Driver 3, Diversified Occupations 4.
RALPH LEROY CAMPBELL
Business. Future Business Leaders of America, Treasurer 4,
Homeroom Treasurer 4, Bus Driver 3,4.
MARTHA CAROLINE CARTER
Business. Future Business Leaders of America 4.
CHARLES MARK CATHY
College Preparatory . Future Teachers of America 3,4, Home-
room Reporter 2, Student Council 3,4, Enkanoca Staff.
MORRIS CARROLL CHILDERS
General. Diversified Occupations 3,4, Vice President of D.
O. 4, Waiter at Junior-Senior 2.
ROBERT TERRY CLEMENT
College Preparatory. Glee Club 2,3.
BRENDA LOUISE COLE
College Preparatory. Band I, Latin Club I,2, National For-
ensic League 2, Library Club 3, Future Teachers of Americc
3,4, National Honor Society 3,4.
ANITA JANE COLE
Business. Annual Staff, Editor I,2,3,4, Future Business Lead-
ers of America I, 2, 3,4, F.B.L.A. Vice President 3, Future
Teachers of America 4, Office Assistant 4, Homeroom Pres-
ident I, Homeroom Secretary 2, 3, Student Council 4, Wait-
ress and Decoration Committee for Junior-Senior 3, J. V. Bas-
ketball I, Science Fair 2,I- First and Second Place Winner.
FRANCES SUSAN COLE
Business. Future Business Leaders of America, Historian 3, 4,
Homeroom Reporter 4, Scroll Staff 4.
MARY ELIZABETH COLLETTE
College Preparatory. Future Nurses 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Lib-
rary Assistants Club 2, Waitress at Junior-Senior 2, Health
Careers Club 4, Health Careers Congress 4, Office Assistant 4.
ROBERT WILLIAM COLLINS
College Preparatory. Civitan Club, Chaplain 3,4, Monogram
Club I, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 3,4, Future Teachers of America
3,4, Spanish Club 3, Football I,2,3,4, Basketball I,2, Base-
ball l,2, Track I,2,3,4, Homeroom Officer I,2,3.
APRIL MARLENE CONNER
CECIL DUANE CRAWFORD
College Preparatory. Homeroom Vice President I, Grand
WILLIAM ROBERTS CROWDER
College Preparatory. Football Team I,2,3,4, Track I,2,3,4,
Homeroom Treasurer I, Student Council I, 2, 4, Monogram
Club 2,3,4, Homeroom President 3, Library Club 3, Future
Teachers of America 3, 4, All Blue Ridge Conference 2, 3, 4,
All Buncombe County Conference 4, All Scholastic 4.
EVELYN REBECCA DALTON
Business. Future Business Leaders of America 4, Glee Club 2.
ROGENE ELAINE DAVES
Business. Future Business Leaders of America 4.
ELIZABETH JANE DAVIS
Business. Senior Class Recording Secretary 4, Student Coun-
cil 2, 3, 4, Homeroom secretary 2, Future Business Leaders of
America 4, Senior Superlative - Miss Enka.
JACQUELINE LOU DAVIS
General. Track I, Waitress at Junior-Senior 2, Homeroom
Secretary 4, Diversified Occupations, Secretary 4.
MARSHA LAVERN DAVIS
College Preparatory. National Beta Club 2,3,4, Correspond-
ing Secretary of Beta Club 3,4, Future Teachers of America 3,
Homeroom Secretary 2,3, Cheerleader I,2, J.V. Head Cheer-
leader 2, Varsity Cheerleader 3, Waitress at Junior-Senior 2.
MARY ALEDA DAVIS
Business. Future Homemakers of America I, Future Business
Leaders of America 4, Juniorettes I, 4-H Club I, Diversified
MICHAEL GENE DAVIS
College Preparatory. Beta Club 2, 3, 47 Beta Club Vice Pres-
ident 37 State Beta Club Convention 3, 47 State Library Con-
vention 37 Homeroom President 47 Homeroom Vice President 37
Baseball I7 Football 2,3,47 Track 2,32 Monogram Club 2,3,47
Civitan Club 47 Program and Waiter at the Junior-Senior 27
Grand March 37 Student Council 37 Enkanoca Staff 37 Spanish
Club 3, Spanish Club Treasurer 37 Honor Tea I,2,3,47 Library
Club 2, 37 Senior Class Motto Committee 47 Senior Superla-
tive - Neatest.
CLAUDE MICHAEL DEBRUHL
College Preparatory. Football I,2,3,4f Track I,2,37 Student
Council I, 2, 3, 47 4-H Club I,27 Senior Class Vice President
47 Junior Class Vice President 37 Homeroom Treasurer I7 Chair-
man of Sportsmanship Committee 4.
CAROLYN LOUISE DEVORE
General. Glee Club 2,3.
CHARLES DENNIS DILLARD
General. Diversified Occupations 4.
JUDITH ANN DOWDLE
Business. Future Business Leaders of America 4.
ALVIN EUGENE DRAKE
College Preparatory . Spanish Club 3 .
SANDRA LEA DUCK
College Preparatory. Homeroom President I7 Future Teachers
of America 2, 3, 47 Future Homemakers of America I7 Spanish
Club 37 National Honor Society 2, 3,47 Enkanoca Staff 47
Waitress at Junior-Senior 27 Magazine Award 3.
LINDA OWNBEY EBERNICKEL
General. Future Business Leaders of America 47 Diversified
Occupations 47 Band I,2,3.
RITA FRANCES ANN EDMONDS
College Preparatory. Secretary of Freshman Class I7 President
of Homeroom I7 Library Club 2,37 Track I7 Basketball I,2,3,
47 Secretary of Spanish Club 37 Secretary of Sophomore Class
27 Waitress at Junior-Senior 27 Grand March 37 Junior Mar-
shal 37 Beta Club 2,3,4f F.T.A. 2,3,47 Corresponding Secret-
ary of Senior Class7 Senior Superlative - Prettiest7 Student
VIRGINIA RUTH EDMONDS
Business. Future Business Leaders of America 3, 47 Latin Club
I,27 Waitress at Junior-Senior 27 Homeroom Treasurer I.
RAYMOND MARCEL EMERY
FRIEDA GAIL ENSLEY
Business. Future Business Leaders of America 47 Enkanoca
Staff 3, 47 Health Careers Club 47 Decoration Committee for
Junior-Senior 37 Health Careers Congress 47 Senior Song Com-
FRANCIS JOSEPH FISHER, JR..
College Preparatory. National Honor Society 3, 47 National
Forensic League 47 Junior Civitan Club 47 Track I, 2, 3, 47
Homeroom President 4.
EARLENE AGNES FLETCHER
College Preparatory. Enkanoca Staff I7 National Honor Soc-
iety 2,3,4j Cheerleader 2,3,47 Head Cheerleader 47 Nation-
al Forensic League 2,3,47 Library Club 2, 3, 47 N.F.L. Cor-
responding Secretary 47 Library Club Reporter 37 Scroll Staff
3, 47 Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 47 F.T.A. Treasurer 37
Student Council 3,47 Senior Superlative - Most School Spirit.
ADOLPHUS DANIEL FOX
College Preparatory. Homeroom Secretary I7 Homeroom Pres-
ident 27 National Forensic League 37 Grand March 37 Library
JAMES EDWARD FOX
College Preparatory. Football I, 2, 3, 47 Football Captain 47
Basketball I, 27 Track I, 2, 37 Baseball 47 Student Council I,
2,3, 47 Homeroom President I7 Homeroom Vice President 27
Library Club 37 Monogram Club I,2,3,47 All-County Football
47 All-Blue Ridge Conference 47 Grand March 4.
ELEAN OR RUTH FRISBEE
RANDELL CALVIN GALLOWAY
General. Football I7 Bus Driver 3,47 Ind. Education 4.
Business. Future Business Leaders of America 4.
ROY THOMAS GASS
General. Diversified Occupations 3,4.
TERRY LAURETTE GAYHEART
College Preparatory. Latin Club I7 French Club, Secretary 47
National Honor Society 2, 3,41 Waitress at Junior-Senior 27
Steering Committee for Junior-Senior 37 Freshman Class Re-
porter I7 Junior Class Treasurer 37 Senior Class Treasurer 47
Student Council I,3,47 Homeroom Treasurer 2.
MYRA DEAN GOSNELL
Business. National Beta Club 2, 3, 47 Office Assistant 47
Homeroom Secretary I7 Homeroom Treasurer 3.
REBECCA JO GRAHAM
Business. Cheerleader I7 Homeroom Secretary I7 Future
Teachers of America 2, 3,47 Library Club 2,37 Waitress at
Junior-Senior 27 Homeroom President 37 Spanish Club 37
Scroll Staff, Society Editor 47 Student Council 47 Civinettes 4.
CAROL CREOLA GREENE
General. Glee Club 2,31 Homeroom Vice President 3.
HUGH THOMAS GREENE
College Preparator . Monogram Club 2,3,47 Civitan Club 3,
47 Latin C ub 27 Football I,2,3,47 Homeroom Vice President
47 Homeroom President 3.
JAMES LARRY HARRIS
General. Diversified Occupations 4.
RONNIE HOWARD HARRIS
Business. Future Business Leaders of America, President 47
Student Council 47 Grand March 47 F .B.L.A. State Conven-
tion 47 Decoration Committee for the Junior-Senior 3.
CAROLYN JEAN HEDDEN
SUSAN MAYO HENSILEY
College Preparatory. Enkanoca Staff 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers
of America 2, 3, 45 Library Club 45 Homeroom Reporter 45
Health Careers Club 45 Health Careers Congress 45 J.V.
Cheerleader 25 Waitress at Junior-Senior 25 Track I5 Blue
Ridge Conference Track Meet I5 Decoration Committee for
Junior-Senior 35 Latin Club I, 25 Senior Song Committee 45
Basketball I5 Program Committee for Sophomore Party 25 Col-
lege Day Hostess 2,3.
JUNE ELIZABETH HENSON
Business. National Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Future Business Leaders
of America 3,4.
RUDY WAY NE HERRON
College Preparatory. Latin Club I, 25 President of Freshman
Class I5 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Student Council I, 2,
3, 45 Civitan Club 3, 45 Treasurer of Civitan Club 45 Mono-
gram Club I, 2, 3, 45 Football I,2,3,45 Track I,2,35 Basket-
ball I,2,35 Baseball I5 Senior Superlative - Mr. Enka.
VIVIAN CAROL HERRON
General. Latin Club l,25 Diversified Occupations 4.
JAMES SHERRILL HILL
Business. Bus Driver 2,3,45 Future Business Leaders ofAmerica
45 Homeroom Reporter 45 Student Council 4.
BRENDA ELAINE HOGLEN
Business. Future Homemakers of America l,25 Glee Club l,25
4-H Club I .
SHIRLEY ELIZABETH HOLCOMBE
MARY KATHRYN HOWELL
College Preparatoy. Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Co-Captain 45
Student Council 3, 45 Student Council Recording Secretary 3,
45 Future Homemakers of America I, 25 Science Fair Winner
I5 Future Teachers of America 2,3,45 National Honor Society
2, 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Latin Club Secretary 35 Latin Club
State Convention 35 Senior Superlative -Most AthIetic5 Bridges
Staff 45 Junior Marshal 35 Homecoming Court 35 Homecoming
Queen 45 Waitress at Junior-Senior 25 Gym Committee at
Junior-Senior 35 Monogram Club 2,3,45 Teen Fashion Board 4.
JAMES CONLY HUTCHISON
College Preparatory. Monogram Club, Secretary 3,45 Base-
ball 2,3,45 Football I,2,3,45 Homeroom Reporter l,25 Vice
President of Homeroom 3.
LAUREN JAN HUTCHINSON
Business. Future Business Leaders of America 25 Future Home-
makers of America I .
PATSY ANN HYATT
General. Homeroom Secretary l,25 Future Homemakers of
America I, 2, 45 Future Business Leaders of America 3, 45 Of-
fice Assistant 3,45 Library Club 3 .
MARY DIANE HYDE
College Preparatory. National Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Latin
Club I5 National Forensic League 2,3,45 Secretary of N.F.L.
35 Enkanoca Editor 2,35 Student Council 2,3,45 Correspond-
ing Secretary of Student Council 3, 45 Junior Class Secretary
35 Bridges Staff 45 Junior Class Good Citizen5 Junior Marshal
35 Grand March 3,45 Senior Superlative - Most Likely to
SANDRA LOUISE INGLE
General. Future Homemakers of America l,25 Track I.
College Preparatory. Student Council 45 Library Club 2, 35
National Honor Society 2,3,45 Spanish Club 25 Program Com-
mittee of Junior-Senior 35 Waitress at Junior-Senior 25 Home-
room Reporter I5 Homeroom Treasurer 45 Bridges Staff 45 Na-
tional Forensic League 3, 45 Basketball Manager 25 Thespian
League 45 Monogram Club 3, 45 Future Homemakers of Amer-
ica I5 Senior Superlative - Most Talented.
SUSAN PAMELA IVEY
College Preparatory. Basketball I5 Future Business Leaders of
Careers, Secretary 45 Future Homemakers
of America, Treasurer 4.'
CAROL FRANCES JARRETT
College Preparatory. Latin Club I, 25 Library Club 35 Na-
tional Forensic League 35 National Beta Club 2, 3, 45 State
Beta Club Convention 2,3,45 Decorating Committee, Junior-
Senior 35 Grand March 35 Enkanoca Staff 2,3,45 Junior Ed -
itor, Senior Editor of the Enkanoca, Society Editor of the
Scroll 45 Homeroom Secretary 45 Third Place Winner of Sci-
ence Fair 25 Cullowee Science Fair 25 Waitress at Junior-
Senior 25 Second Place Winner of Magazine Drive 35 Office
Assistant 45 Honor Tea 2, 3, 45 Sophomore and Junior Party
Program5 Senior Song Committee 45 College Day Hostess 35
White Christmas Deliverer 3.
WILLIAM PORTER JARVIS
Business. National Forensic League 35 Future Business Leaders
of America 45 Football 35 Homeroom Reporter 35 Homeroom
ALICE MARIE JOHNSTON
Business. Future Business Leaders of America 45 Future Home-
makers of America l,2.
Treasurer 4 .
ROBERT MARTIN JONES
STEVE WESLEY JONES
General. Spanish Club 3.
TILDA EILEEN JONES
GILBERT DAVID JOYCE
General. Diversified Occupations 4.
WILLIAM KEITH JUSTICE
General. Bus Driver 3,4.
STEVEN BRUCE KEMIC
College Preparatory. Latin Club I5 N .F.L. 2, 3, 45 N .F .L.
Treasurer 35 N .F.L. Vice President 45 N .H.S. 2,3,45 French
Club 2, 3, 45 French Club Parliamentarian 45 Debate Team 2,
3, 45 Scroll Staff 3, 45 Layout Editor of Scroll 45 Bridges Staff
45 Homeroom President 45 Senior Superlative - Most Studious.
JOHN ALAN KILPATRICK
College Preparatory. F.F.A. I,2,3,45 F.F.A.Vice President
45 Bus Driver 4.
GARY CLAY LEDF ORD
College Preparatory. Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Beta Club President
45 Student Council 45 Latin Club I, 25 N.F.L. 35 Waitor at
Junior-Senior 25 Grand March 3, 45 Honor Tea 2, 3, 45 Track
LINDA LOU LETTERMAN
General. Future Homemakers of America 2.
VICKI ANNE LINER
Business. F.H.A. I,25 Library Club 2,3,45 Library Club Vice
President 35 F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 45 F.B.L.A. Reporter 47 Homue-
room Vice President I5 Junior Varsity Cheerleaders 25 Varsity
Cheerleader 35 Student Council 2,3.
EARL WILLIAM LOFTIS
General. D.O. 4.
DON EDISON LYTLE
General. D.O. 45 D.O. Treasurer 4.
TOMMY LEE McCARSON
RONALD RAY MCCLURE
General. Freshman Football I5 Varsity Football 25 Industrial
Education Center 4.
IRIS ANNE MCCOLLUM
College Preparatory. Band 3,45 Senior Party Program 45 Jun-
ior-Senior Program 3.
ROBERT EUGENE MCCULLOCH
College Preparatory. Homeroom Treasurer I5 Football I, 25
Track I,25 Future Teachers of America 3,45 Library Club 2,3,
45 Spanish Club 35 Grand March 35 National Forensic League
3,45 Enkanoca Staff 2,3,45 Homeroom Vice President 25 Sports
Editor of Enkanoca.
DAN CAROL McCURRY
College Preparatory. Band I5 National Forensic League 2,3,
45 Degree of Excellence and Parliamentarian of N.F. L. 35
Debate Team 2,35 National Honor Society 2, 3,45 Foreign
Language Award 25 Waiter and Program at Junior-Senior 25
Good Citizenship Award 35 President of Junior Class5 Nation-
al Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test Semi-Finalist 35 Student
Body and Student Council President 45 Senior Superlative -
Most Likely to Succeed5 Chairman of Steering Committee for
WAN DA MARIE McELRATH
College Preparatory. National Beta Club 2,3,4.
DAVID EDWARD MCELYEA
College Preparatory. Monogram Club I, 2, 3,45 National
Honor Society 2,3, 45 Vice President of N.H.S. 35 Civitan
Club 3,45 President of Civitans 45 Student Council, President
of the House and Chairman of Publicity Committee of the Civi-
tans 45 Basketball Manager I5 Basketball Statistician 25 Foot-
ball I, 2, 3, 45 All-Conference 35 All County Second Team 45
Track I,2,3,45 State Track Meet 2,35 N. C. Junior Science
Symposium at Duke University 25 National Science Foundation
Summer Institute for Math and Science at U. N.C. 35 First
Place Math Test 35 Recipient Bausch and Lomb Science Award4.
DANNY HOWARD MANN
College Preparatory. Diversified Occupations 3,4.
WILLIAM HARDING MASSIE
General. Future Business Leaders of America 35 Track 25 Bus
DOROTHY MAE MIDDLETON
Business. Future Homemakers of America 25 Future Nurses 25
National Beta Club 45 Health Careers, President 45 Future
Business Leaders of America 45 Science Fair Winner 2.
J. HALL MILLER, JR.
Business. Homeroom Vice President I.
MARGO PATRICIA MILLER
College Preparatory. Juniorettes I5 Student Council I5 Na-
tional Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 F.T.A. I5 Future
Teachers of America 2,3, 45 Enkanoca Staff 35 Waitress at
Junior-Senior 25 Homeroom Treasurer 25 Homeroom Secretary
42 Grand March 3,45 Library Club 35 Beta Club Convention 2,
3, 45 Program Committee, Junior-Senior 35 Senior Song Cam-
mittee 45 Senior Superlative - Best Personality 4.
PHILIP LESTER MOODY
General. Library Assistant 45 Decorations Committee for Jun-
ior-Senior 35 Program For Senior Party 4.
BOBBY WAYNE MOORE
College Preparatory. N.H.S. 3,45 Latin Club I,25 Homeroom
Reporter I,25 Waiter for Junior-Senior 2.
HAROLD DUANE MORGAN
College Preparatory. F.T.A. 2,3,45 F.T.A. Vice President
35 F.T.A. President 45 Spanish Club President 35 Monogram
Club 2, 3, 45 Student Council I, 2, 3, 45 Basketball I,2,3,45
All County Basketball 3,45 All Blue Ridge Conference Basket-
ball 3,45 Baseball I,2,3,45 All Blue Ridge Conference Base-
ball 3,45 Football I5 Grand March 3,45 All Buncombe County
Tournament 3,45 Senior Superlative - Most School Spirit 4.
JUDITH ANN MORGAN
Business. F.H.A. I5 F.B.L.A. 45 Annual Staff 3,45 Home-
room Treasurer 3 .
RALPH HAROLD MORGAN
General. F.F.A. I,2,3,45 F.F.A. Treasurer 4.
ROSE CORALEE MORGAN
Business. Student Council 35 Homeroom Secretary 35 F.B.L.A.
3,45 F.H.A. 35 Homeroom Representative I.
CHARLES WORTH MORSE
College Preparatory. F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 45 F.F.A. President 35
Monogram 2,3,45 Junior Civitan 3,45 4-H
I,25 4-H Vice President I,25 Junior Varsity Football I5 Var-
sity Football 2,3,45 Bus Driver 3,4.
BILL EUGENE MOSES
General. Football I,2,3,45 Track Team 2,3,4.
LYNDA LOU MOSS
College Preparatory. Spanish Club 35 Dramatics Club 45 Enka-
noca Staff 45 Treasurer of Homeroom 4.
TLATHA MYRTLE MOSS
JOHNNY EDWARD NORVELLE
College Preparatory. Junior Classical League I5 National
3, 45 National Honor Society - Probation-
ary Member 25 National Honor Society 3, 45 French Club 45
National Honor Society Vice President 45 French Club Pres-
ident 45 Student Council 45 Scroll Staff 45 Feature Editor of
Scroll 45 Bridges Staff, Associate Editor 45 Waiter at Junior-
'Seng' 25 PEQE'-Pies Committee, Junior-Senior, Co-Chairman
35 Grand March 35 National Merit Semi-Finalist 4.
GARY RAY O'KELLEY
College Preparatory. Track Team I, 2, 3, 47 Football Team I,
2,3,4f All Blue Ridge Conference Team 37 Monogram Club I,
2, 3, 47 Junior Civitan Club 3,4f Civitan Secretary 37 Home-
room Vice President 4j Homeroom Representative I7 Program
Committee for Junior-Senior 27 Homeroom President 27 Future
Teachers of America 2.
MARY KATHERINE PARKER
College Preparatory. F.T.A. 2,3,4j Beta Club 2,3,4f Library
Club 2, 37 Civinettes Chaplain 47 Grand March 37 Chairman
Menu Committee for Junior-Senior 37 Homeroom Vice President
4i Spanish Club 2, 37 Co-chairman for Senior Class Party Pro-
CAROLYN ANN PEEBLES
College Preparatory. F.T.A. 2,3,47 County Secretdfy 41
Libf0fy Club 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Band
I,2,3,47 Band Treasurer 37 Band President 47 All State Work-
shop Band 47 Maiorette 3,42 Drum Maiorette 47 Home Coming
Attendant 47 Civinette Treasurer 47 Student Council 2, 3, 47
Grand March 3,47 Track Team I .
MARY ELIZABETH PHILLIPS
Business. F.B.L.A. 4.
DENNIS GEORGE PITTMAN
General. D.O. 3,41 Glee Club 3,47 Shop I,2,3.
BRIAN THOMAS POPE
College Preparatory. Beta Club 2,3,47 D.O. President 47
F . F . A. I, 27 Homeroom Reporter I, 27 Homeroom Vice Pres-
ident 47 Baseball I7 Football 2.
LOIS DELAINE PROFFITT
General. F.H.A. 1,27 4-H I7 Spanish Club 37 D.O. Club 47
JAMES DAVID RABY
College Preparatory. National Honor Society 3,47 Latin Club
I7 Editor-in-Chief of Scroll 4.
DALE DOUGLAS RAMSEY
College Preparatory. Spanish Club 37 F .T.A. 4.
GORDON ORR REVIS
Business. Band I,2,3,4.
RONALD GRADY REVIS
BARBARA AN N RHODES
Business. F.H.A. I7 F.B.L.A. 2,3,4p F.B.L.A. Secretary 47
Annual Staff 3, 47 Business Editor of Annual 47 Homeroom
Secretary 3, 47 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 27 Office Assistant
47 Program at Junior-Senior Banquet 27 Grand March 47 De-
corations Committee for Junior-Senior 4.
RONALD DALE ROBERTS
College Preparatory. Homeroom Treasurer I7 Homeroom Vice-
President 27 Homeroom Reporter 37 Homeroom Representative
47 Basketball I, 2, 3, 47 Senior Superlative - Most Talented7
Latin Club I, 27 Varsity Baseball I7 Track 2, 3, 47 National
Beta Club 2, 3, 47 Monogram Club 2, 3, 47 Junior Civitan 47
Scroll Staff, Sports Editor 47 Student Council 4.
CLIFTON RAY ROBINSON
College Preparatory. 4-H I,2,3,47 Bus Driver 3,4.
LINDA JOYCE ROBINSON
College Preparatory. Junior Classical League I, 27 Future
Teachers 2, 3, 47 National Honor Society 3, 47 Corresponding
Secretary of National Honor Society 47 Civinett 47 Home-
room Representative I,27 Student Council Senate 47 Class Ed-
itor of Annual Staff 2,3,47 Enkanoca editor 4i Homeroom
Secretary 37 Good Citizen I7 Junior-Senior Hall Chairman 37
Grand March 37 Senior Superlative - Neatest 4.
LINDA GAIL ROBISON
College Preparatory. Future Homemakers of America I7 Na-
tional Honor Society 2, 3, 47 Secretary of N.H.S.7 Library
Club 37 Future Teachers of America 3,41 Civinettes, Vice
President 47 Waitress at Junior-Senior 27 Grand March 37 Jun-
ior Marshal 37 Student Council I,3,47 Homeroom President 27
Magazine Sale Award 37 Gym Committee for the Junior-Senior
37 Senior Superlative - Most Courteous.
GLENDA CAROL ROGERS
Business. Future Business Leaders of America 3, 47 Homeroom
Secretary 37 Future Homemalcers of America 3.
JAMES WILEY SALTER
College Preparatory. National Forensic League 37 Football 27
Program for Junior Party 3.
JOHNNY LEE SAMS
Business. Future Business Leaders ofAmerica 47 Student Store3.
GEORGE OSCAR SELF
College Preparatory. National Forensic League 3,47 President
of N.F.L. 47 Vice President of N.F.L. 37 Junior Marshal 37
Homeroom President 27 Debate Team 3,4.
DAVID JACKSON SETZER
College Preparatory. Spanish Club 37 Future Teachers of
LINDA KAY SETZER
College Preparatory. National Beta Club 2,3,4f Future Teach-
ers of America 3,47 Homeroom Treasurer I,3,47 Latin Club I,
27 Waitress at Junior Senior 27 Grand March 37 Basketball I7
Club Editor of the Scroll 47 High Magazine Salesman 3.
MARION MONROE SHADRON
College Preparatory. Homeroom Vice President I.
LAURA JANE SIMS
College Preparatory. Basketball I, 2,3,47 Track I7 Library
Club 2,31 Future Teachers of America 47 Future Homemakers
of America 37 Civinette President 47 Future Business Leaders
of America, Historian 37 Student Council 47 Homeroom Secret-
ary 47 Monogram Club I,2,3,47 Grand March 37 Decorating
Committee of Junior-Senior 37 F.H.A. District Rally 47 Sen-
Song Committee7 Fashion Show 47 Homeroom Officer I.
JO ANN SINGLETON
College Preparatory. National Honor Society 2, 3, 47 Latin
at Junior-Senior 27 Future Homemakers of
America 47 Flower Committee For Junior-Senior 37 Grand
GARY THOMAS SLUDER
College Preparatory. National Beta Club 2, 3,42 Beta Club
Reporter 37 Future Teachers of America 3,47 Library Club 3,47
Homeroom Reporter 37 Spanish Club 37 Football 2,3,47 Waiter
at Junior-Senior 2.
LARRY LAN SLUDER ll
College Preparatory. Latin Club I, 27 National Forensic
League 2,3,4i Treasurer of N.F .L. 47 Debate Team 3,47 Na-
tional Honor Society 2,3,4f Scroll Staff 3, 47 Junior Editor of
ScrolI7 Literary Editor of Scroll 47 Bridges Staff, Editor-in-
JAMES EUGENE SMITH
College Preparator . Waiter at Junior-Senior 27 National
Beta Clu 2,3,47 Beta Club Reporter 47 Spanish Club 37 Jun-
ior Marshal 37 Fourth Place in Magazine Sale 37 Grand March
37 Student Council 47 Homeroom Reporter 47 Student Council
Treasurer 47 F.T.A. 47 Baseball 3.
LINDA GAIL SMITH
College Preparatory. Student Council 2,37 Future Homemakers
of America I,2,3,47 Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 47 Fut-
ure Business Leaders of America 2, 37 F.B.L.A. Secretary 37
Library Club 2,3,4j Track I, 27 Grand March 37 Homeroom
Treasurer lj Civinette 47 F.H.A. Rally 47 Library Club Con-
vention 47 Junior-Senior Hall Committee 3.
PATRICIA MARIE SMITH
Business. Homeroom Reporter I7 Waitress at Junior-Senior 27
Spanish Club 3 .
PHYLLIS ANN SMITH
General. Future Homemakers of America I,27 Glee Club 2,32
4-H Club I .
ROY ANDREW SMITH
General. Ind. Education 4.
Business. Future Business Leaders of America 4.
RALPH MILLER STANBERRY, JR.
College Preparatory. National Honor Society 3, 47 Band I7
Waiter at Junior-Senior 27 Football 2,3,4.
KATHERINE ANNETTE STILLWELL
Business. Future Business Leaders of America l,2,3j F .B.L.A.
Vice President 2i F. B. L.A. Reporter 37 Library Club 2, 37
Homeroom Treasurer I7 Homeroom Secretary 27 Enkanoca Staff
2,37 F.T.A. 3,47 Grand March 37 Decorating Committee 37
F.B.L.A. Songleader I.
FREDERICK EUGENE STIREWALT
College Preparatory. Spanish Club 47 Health Careers Club,
Vice President 4.
JUDY YVONNE STUBBS
General. Band I,2,3,47 Booklets and Invitations Committee
37 Bristol Marching Contest 3,47 Marion Concert Contest 3,47
Vice President of Band 3,4.
JACK LEE SUDDRETH
Business. Future Farmers of America I7 4-H Club 27 Glee
Club 37 Track 2,32 Bus Driver 3,4.
ROGER PHILIP SURRETT
CALVIN ROBERT SWANGER
NANCY JEAN TOWE
GLENN CRAIG TRANTHAM
College Preparatory. Civitans 3,47 Sergeant at Arms 47 Future
Teachers of America 3, 47 Library Club 37 Spanish Club 37
Football I, 3, 47 Track Team 3,47 State Track Meet 37 Mono-
gram Club 3, 47 Homeroom Vice President 37 Homeroom Presi-
dent 47 Homeroom Reporter I7 Science Fair Winner I7 Nation-
al Forensic League 37 Student Council 37 Entertainment Com-
mittee for Junior-Senior. 3.
DONNIE BELINDA WALDRUP
General. Future Homemakers of America 2.
DEANNA NBAXINE WALKER
Business. Future Business Leaders of America 3, 47 Future
Teachers of America 4.
FAYE LOUISE WALKER
College Preparatory. National Beta Club 2,3,47 Future Teach-
ers of America 3,47 Waitress at Junior-Senior 27 Flower Com-
mittee Chairman for Junior-Senior 37 Homeroom President 47
Science Fair Winner l,2.
JESSIE LORETTA WARREN
College Preparatory. Senior Editor of Enkanoca Staff 47 Enka-
noca Staff 2,3,47 Scroll Staff, Feature Editor 47 Track
ni 2,31 National Forensic League 37 National Beta Club
2,3,47 Correspondent to the Asheville Citizen Times 47 Latin
Club I,27 Library Club 37 Decorating Committee for the Jun-
ior-Senior 37 Waitress at Junior-Senior 27 Program for Junior
Party7 Honor Tea 2,3,47 College Day Hostess 2,37 Song Com-
mittee for the Senior Class 47 Chairman of Decoration Com-
mittee for Senior Party 4.
EMILY JEAN WATTS
KENNETH WAYNE WHEELER
College Preparatory. Future Teachers of America 3,47 Track
l,2f Football I,2,37 Spanish Club 3.
RONNIE PHILIP WHITE
NANCY HELEN WHITT
College Preparatory. National Forensic League 27 Latin Club
l,2f National Honor Society 2,3,47 N.H.S. Reporter7 Library
Club 2,37 Library Club Treasurer 37 District Library Club Pres-
ident 3,47 Future Teachers of America 2,3,47 Vice President
of F.T.A. 47 Civinettes, Sgt. at Arms 47 Grand March 37
Program Committee for Junior-Senior 37 Homeroom President 27
Homeroom Secretary 47 Homeroom Treasurer I7 Track I7 Good
Citizen Award 27 Homecoming Court 47 Senior Superlative -
LILLIAN ANNETTE WILSON
Business. Track I7 Basketball I,27 Future Business Leaders of
LOIS ANN WILSON
Business. Future Business Leaders of America 4.
LEON MORGAN YOUNG
College Preparatory. Monogram Club 3,47 Vice President of
Monogram 37 President of Monogram Club 47 Civitan Club 47
Track I,2,3,47 Track Captain 37 Basketball I,2,3,47 Varsity
Basketball Captain 47 Senior Class Reporter 3,47 Senior Super-
lative - Most Athletic.
. . .A Message to the Graduate
From American Enka
The importance of education has never been stressed more than
in this decade. This is so because we as a nation will progress in re-
lationship to the amount of education our young people receive.
American Enka urges you to continue your education at the col-
lege level and invites you to consider a career in the man-made fiber-
From its beginning, textiles triggered the American Industrial
Revolution. Although one of the oldest American industries, rich in
heritage and tradition, it is in the forefront of progress.
The industry is vigorous and more alive than ever. Why? Here
are some of the reasons:
. The industry's belief in itself, expressed in terms of in-
vestments in new and modern equipment.
. Increasingly better machinery and production techniques.
. Greater diversity in production, and better end products.
. Increased research and development.
. Stronger financial backing.
. Better trained management personnel.
ALL OF THESE add up to a modern, progressive industry that is
playing a vital role in the life of the nation.
In many fields of study -- engineering, chemistry, physics, tex-
tile manufacturing, designing, styling, finance, accounting, transporta-
tion, research, sales, merchandise and marketing --the industry offers
many challenging and rewarding opportunities.
Your future in our industry is dependent on -- and limited only to
your knowledge, ability, and energy!
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Western North Caro1ina's
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SWANNANOA LAUNDRY, INC.
Fine Laundering and Cleaning
ZZ Church Street
Asheville, North Carolina
"Your Stores of Better Values
We, at these BELK family
stores, are always ready to
serve you with courtesy,
prompt attention, and offer-
ing the very best merchan-
dise available at prices the
customer is glad to pay.
MORGAN BROTHERS, INC.
Wholesalers - Distributors
Candy, Cigars, Drugs, Sundries
and School Supplies
67-71 Broadway AL 3-6416
BUCK'S RESTAURANT, INC.
P. O. Box I778
Asheville, N. C.
Dining Room - 6 a.
m. to 12 p.m
Curb Service - ll a.m. to 12 p.m
C ompliment s of
P. O. Box 5007
Asheville, North Carolina
CANDLER FURNITURE CO.
"Let Us Make
Your House a Horne"
Phone MO 7-1615
Candler, North Carolina.
The Student Council
Candler, North Carolina
Phone Mo 7-4280
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BILTMORE IRON and METAL COMPANY, INC.
Asheville, North Carolina
THE BANK A SMOKENAOUNTAIN
of ASHEVILLE TRAILWAYS
and Nationwide Bus Service
only Banking Service
Other Convenient Offices
is always appreciated
THE BANK OF ASI-IEVILLE
Charter Buses to Any Point
in the United States,
Canada 8: Mexico
Dial AL 2-7641
32 Ashland Avenue
Asheville, North Carolina
Heating S Oil
400 LEICESTER H IWAY
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
WE GIVE S 84 H GREEN STAMPS
CLARK - FOWLER
of Havatampa Cigar Corporation
16-24 Buxton Avenue
Asheville, North Carolina
D AL 4 4665 N Al- 4 3942
Sorrellls N Swann, Inc.
PEARCE - YOUNG -ANGEL CO. Jeep L",jA:Q,'fQ:f1fZf23
Service Food Distributors TELECERYTHINE IN AUTDMDTIVE PARTS"
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109 Roberts St- ' CONCRETE SUPPLY
ASheVille, N- C- at MATERIALS CO. , INC.
Telephone 252-6751 Naples N th Cljegifgsonvllle
"A Prescription Permanent Wave ,
for Every Type of Hair!" Shevllle
ENKA BEAUTY SHOPPE
Hwy -19 - Z3 at Enka, N. C.
Tel. - MO 7-1662
Potted Plants-Cut Flowers
Funeral Designs Flowers by Wire
Phone Candler MO 7-1194
FUREY RADIATOR SERVICE
P. O. Box 2147
1054 Patton Avenue
Asheville, North Carolina
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P. O. Box 10758
Charlotte 1, North Carolina
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