Fort Campbell High School - Falcon Yearbook (Fort Campbell, KY)
- Class of 1964
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and indistinguishable, but all swelling into a grand crescendo of hope and lifie and ambition-
and all having a common denominator: our experiences, our friendships, the heartthrobs and
exaltations that have enriched our lives . . . the close bonds of friendship meaning so much
more than is outwardly apparent . . . the breakthrough of repressed anxieties revealed in an
echoing roar after the vital extra point is kicked . . . the lone, throbbingf sound of a type-
writer reaching far into the night . . . bits and pieces of "almost memories"-vague remi-
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This then is Flora-1964-our ways, our ideas, and ourselves. It will be a year long
remembered but never quite duplicated. It is the Flora we have loved fand the Flora we
have "hated.', It reflects our ultimate goals, desires, ideals-the striving alivays for the better
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The devotion of a school to a successful coach
is always a powerful thing. In Iames Wannie
Pinkerton, A. C. Flora has such a coach, and its
devotion to him is correspondingly strong. And
yet there exists here something more than a de-
votiong it is a very real feeling of awe and respect
for a man. One can sense it as the student body
rises like a wall of sound while a stocky man Walks
from the wings and steps easily onto the platform.
One can see and hear it in the turned heads and
covered whispers as that man walks through the
halls or into a classroom. And, in the dimly lit
confines of a half-time locker room, one can almost
touch it-so deeply is it etched on each strained,
And so it is that the FALCON Staff, with a deep
sense of pride and respect, dedicates this, the
1964 FALCON, to- A s
Mr.fames llyannie Pinkerton
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fasting of victory
Fall . . . the season ofa clean slate . . . brown,
bare-ribbed trees surrounded by oceans of red and
yellow . . . a beginning . . . the sound of three
d bells calling to crowded halls-halls full of
giggles, 'Uscuse 1ne's," arguments, promises and
then-emptiness-except of course for the few
stragglers-always the stragglers . . . the
strengthening of old ties-the shaping of new
. . . senior pictures at Alt-Lee . . . Pinkertonls
boys practicing every afternoon . . . the
slamming' and jamming of lockers . . .
raffle tickets, candy sales-even lightbulb
sales . . . Student Council Installation
. . the unewv Winged Press and
FALCON drives . . . studying hard-
at least for the first two weeks . . . the
daily pulsating sound of the band on
Falcon Drive . . . the hushed expectancy
of an Honor Society ceremony . .
fire drills and our Miss Flame chosen
prettiest in the city . . . Iuniors ordering
class ringsg Seniors, invitations-the never
ending call for money . . . moving
crowds, eager talks, hasty plans . . .
a PSAT test . . . lack of Senior privileges
and a crowded lunchroom . . .
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"Here's to thee dear A. C. Flora . . .
and each happy year gone byv . . .
Homecoming with its bonfire, tea, sponsors
and Key Club float starring Miss Scarlet and
Blue-tears, laughter, victory and a
dance . . . Key Club and Anchor Club
tapping ceremonies-a gentle smile, a Hrm
handshake . . . empty bleachers until
a fervid crowd gives them life . .
Beat Dreher and spirit water-after school
pep rallies, a float, cheerleaders, and of
course-a victory . . . a C+ on a writing
paper that should've been an A . . . the
library-a place that's not a study hall . . .
pencils pushed across tons of notebook
paper . . . yellow chalk scratching dull
green blackboard . . . a pause for
mourning . . . Thanksgiving baskets
and the first real vacation . . . the
electric air of a Miss Falcon contest . . .
a hint of basketball and Winter-A
TIME WORTH REMEMBERING.
Winter-the season of never-found snow . . .
NFL trips to everywhere . . . December
7-the struggling through Hve hours of
a College Board . . . term papers and a hope
for no "comma splicesv . . . homeroom
parties, gay spirits, and a gentle fire
of togetherness-Christmas and a needed
rest . . . 1964-and resolutions soon
forgotten . . . anxiety . . . worrying
for exams, cramming for exams, taking exams,
and hoping next semester's will be better . . .
file rus ofact1'v1'f1'es
the parking lot-a million cars with a billion
stickers . . . elections and electioneering-
handshakes, smiles, and a run-oilf . . .
dismal gray skies and a thin hope for
sunshine . . . the "Battle of the Sexesv-
the Key Club-Anchor Club kickball
game . . . a football banquet starring
proud parents . . . the confused
look of an underclassman planning
for next year's courses . . .
the tears of a victory against Dreher and the
City Championship . . . the
ucommotionn before an Honor Society
Assembly and "Hold High the Torch" . . . a
double header in Greenville and a
trip . . . the astronomy class' dream becoming
reality-the I. K. Blum Observatory-
overlooking the athletic field like a proud, n
oriental temple . . . Tuesday Assemblies-
2512 . . . the smooth sounds of
a Winter Pops Concert . . . "that trip"
to New Orleans . . .
the chemistry experiment that almost
Worked . . . the potato chips, doughnuts,
and casual conversations of a brisk i
February mixer . . . English V
with a never-ending stream of
block assignments . . . Senior English
with mixed emot1ons about Paradzse Lost,
Junior English with a hope for more
grammar Sophomore English with a
plea to get back to grammar . .
Valentine-and a Flora beauty
crowned City Queen . . . the
incessant search for a book
the Rock H1ll game in Greenvllle
and the last hurrah . . . a h1nt of
graduation and Spring . . -. A TIME
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Spring-a season of gentle farewells to
yesterday . . . sunny hearts and foggy
minds . . . the rolicking Faculty
Basketball game and the first "Mr," Falcon
Contest . . . an open convertible in
the parking lot blaring "I Want to
Hold Your Hand," "She Loves You,',
or any other Beatle record to a madras and
white duck world . . . an anatomy
trip to Charleston . . . for juniors-the
last crack at the NMSQT and that first
thrill of wearing the ring . . . the serene
peacefulness of a Morning Watch during
Religious Emphasis Week-then Easter . .
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tryouts in session . . . "Little Egypt"
and Anchor Antics . . . a Key Club
convention in Greensboro . . . the
magic splendor of a junior-Senior
and a goodnight kiss . . . the annual
banquet, a red FALCON, and fountain
pens running dry . . . another
Week of little sleep-exams . . . the
happiness of a Class Night rehearsal-
until that night finally arrives then-
tears with the flood of memories . . .
the last gathering-Awards Assembly
. . . an end to a beginning-Graduation
. . . "see you in the Falla . . . a hint of
sadness, of joy-a lingering good-by-
A TIME WORTH REMEMBEBING.
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Dr. A. C. Flora has been Columbiafs most out-
standing oflicer in the Held of public education.
Recognized as a foremost educator on the city,
state, and national level, Dr. Flora has helped our
school advance to a position of high prominence.
It is our sincere desire that our school may
continue to be a living tribute to his dedication
Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Flora, our guests on many occasions,
look over last year's annual.
Doctors Varn, Flora Lead Educators In Columbia
l Entering their home in Columbia, Superintendent Guy L.
l Varn and Mrs. Varn have time for a picture.
To the students at Flora, Dr. Guy L. Varn,
Superintendent of the Columbia City Schools, is
not only an eHici'ent administrator but a loyal
supporter and friend. Above all he has shown a
keen interest in raising our academic standards
by making all the newest materials available to
us. His hard work is inspiring to many.
Mr. l. K. Blum Holds
Us To High Ideals
Holding fast to the best in the past, but ever
mindful of the changes in the present, Mr. I. K.
Blum, Principal, inspires students and faculty alike
toward the best in the future. His enthusiasm for
developing a large nrunber of Merit Scholars is
equaled by his concern for the "also-rans." His
oflice is a haven for all confused college-bound
seniors. He is readily accessible to uncertain
juniors. And his jovial manner has eased the un-
certainty of many a sophomore. He is a part of
Flora who will never be forgotten.
Promptly at 8:30 Mr. 1. K. Blum prepares to take charge
of all Flora activities.
Mr. Blum aids Miss Carolyn Reed,
a practice teacher, in the French
Dorothy Sterling a senior, talks
with Miss Grace Sease about her
next year's college plans.
Counseling, guiding and ad-
vising students in their efforts
to select a college, planning
for employment and schedules,
and solving personal problems
is in essence what- Miss Grace
Sease, our Assistant Principal,
means to all Flora Falcons. But
she is more than this-for all
who come in contact with her
deeply respect and love her.
dministration Guides Flora To New Heights
Mrs. W. I. Mixson not only serves as an office
secretary for Mr. Blum and Miss Sease, but she
also aids teachers and students with their many
requests. Her warmth and friendliness has left a
deep impression on all who have known her.
Mrs. Mixson listens to a request for another transcript.
Mrs. Boulware sends another permanent record through
the duplicating machine.
Mrs. M. L. Boulware's work in the main office
has been invaluable in the efficient management
of the school. In her gentle and dignified manner,
she has shown us that all teaching is not clone in
the classroom. 5
Mr. W. E. Carson, Head Teacher, and Miss Mildred
Brown, Counselor for School A, discuss holiday plans
with Mrs. W. E. McKinney.
Directing all activities for School B are Mrs. R. C. Gilbert,
Counselor, and Mr. jerry Redman, Head Teacher.
Little School System Proves Unique
Mrs. Mary Tweed, School C's Counselor, and Mr. T. W.
Stokes, Head Teacher in School C, cross their fingers
before trying to run off another test.
Mrs. Charles C. Foster and Mr. Raymond L. Coxe,
Counselor and Head Teacher of School D, smile as they
leave school after a busy day.
Discussing the ruins of the Roman Mrs. M. G. jordan, Head of the Com- Putting a final touch on the American
Forum with Carla Worthington is mercial Arts Department, catches up Education Week Display in School D
Miss Mildred Brown, Head of the on her typing in a spare moment. is Mrs. Charles C. Foster, Head of the
Foreign Language Department.
Facult Members Have Had
Mn. HUGO C. Aumrcn, A.B., M.A.
University of South Dakota
University of Maryland
Mn. EDWIN P. AHNOLD, A.B.
University of South Carolina
Mas. H. D. ATWATEH, A.B.
Mas. E. E. BAILEY, A.B.
Mas. I. C. Bmw, B.A.
Miss ANN B. Boom, B.S.
University of South Carolina
Mn. C. R. BRASINGTON, B.S.
University of South Carolina
Physics and Astronomy
Mns. C. O. Biucrrr
' Library Clerk
Miss G, Mlnnruszn BnowN,
University of South Carolina
Mas. Q. O. BRUCE, A.B.
Mn. Wxu.rAM E. CARSON, In.
University of Tennessee
University of South Carolina
Mas. Mrnnnnn M. Csusnr
University of South Carolina
Mrs. M. G. Lupold, Head of the His- The Flora Falcon Marching Band
tory Department and Debate Coach, watches Mr. Cecil W. Johnston, Band
counts her many trophies. Director, as the baton is uplifted.
Wide Experience And Trainin
MR. RAYMOND L. CoxE l
Wvoiford College 5
University of South Carolina 3
Mus. I. W. DOUGLAS, A.B.
University of South Carolina
Mus. C. G. DvBosE, A.B., M.A.
Universi of South Carolina
Mn. C. G. DuBosE, A.B., M.A.
University of South Carolina
English, Vocabulary, and Classics
Mns. T. P. EVANS, A.B., M.A.
University of South Carolina
Teachers' College, Columbia University
Chorus, English, and Vocabulary
Mas. J. I. Fmnruezu., B.A., M.A.
West Virginia University
Mn. GERALD D. FLOYD, A.B.
University of South Carolina
English and Dramatics
Mas. CHARLES C. Fosmn
Universi of South Carolina
Miss SARA GABRIEL, A.B., M.A.
Mississippi State College
University of South Carolina
English and Vocabulary
Miss MARY A. GARVIN, A.B.
University of North Carolina
Miss NANCY GHEESLING, B.A.
Agnes Scott College
History and English
Mns. R. C. GILBERT, B.S.
Insuring the safety of future genera-
tions, Mrs. H. W. Pusser, Head of
the Home Economics Department,
demonstrates the proper way to bathe
a baby to Diane Sturkie.
Wet clay takes unusual forms through
the hands of Miss Olive Montgomery,
Head of the Art Department.
E Mns. WILLIAM D. GRAY, B.A.
Mus. WILLIAM HARPER, B.A.
University of South Carolina
Spanish and Mathematics
Miss MARY K. Hrcxs, A.B.
University of South Carolina
Stenography and Typing
Mn. ALBEHT W. Hovcl-1, In., B.S.
University of South Carolina
Mn. Joi-:N E. Hucrms, B.A.
University of South Carolina
Mas. O. A. IEFFCOAT, A.B.
English and Creative Writing
Mn. CECIL W. JOHNSTON
University of Southem Mississippi
Miss MARTHA E. IoNEs, A.B., B.S
George Peabody College
Mas. M. G. JORDAN, A.B.
University of South Carolina
Mn. BRADY L. LIN:-:anncnn
Western Kentucky State College
University of South Carolina
Mas. M. G. LUPo1.n, B.A., M.A.
University of Virginia
Mas. JAY MARSHALL
Westem Kentucky State College
Teachers Help Us
Ricky Cates consults Mr. Brady L. Mrs. T. P. Evans, Head of the Chorus
Lineberger, Head of the Industrial Department, can be found at all
Arts Department, conceming the in- choral rehearsals and assemblies oc-
itial stages of his drawing. companying the Chorus.
Mrss KATHRYN MGCURRY
B.A., M.A., M.T.
Converse College ,
University of South Carolina
Miss JANICE MCDONALD, B.S.
MRS. W. B. MGKINNI-JY, A.B.
English and Vocabulary
Miss OLIVE MONTGOMERY
F.A., B.S., M.A.
Appalachian State Teachers' College
george Peabody College
MR. WARNER MONTGOMERY, B.A.
University of South Carolina
MR. PRESTON L. MUSGROVE, A.B.
University of South Carolina
MRS. A. H. NrNEs'rErN, IR., A.B.
University of South Carolina
Miss MYRNA J. PAGE, B.A.
MR. T. L. PATRICK, B.S., M.Ed.
University of North Carolina
Miss GLADYS PHILLIPS, B.A.
MR. IAMES W. PxNxER'rON, A.B.
Univexsi of South Carolina
MRS. C. D. PLYLER, A.B., M.A.
Plan For The Future
Mr. james W. Pinkerton, Head of the
Athletic Department, finds time for a
Instructing her Plane and Solid Ge-
ometry class by the use of an Over- Mr. Thomas W. Stokes, Head of the
head projector is Mrs. E. R. Short, Science Department, waits his turn to
Head of the Mathematics Department. talk.
Faculty Sponsors an Clubs
MR. joEI. ABRAHAM, A.B.
TEACHERS WHOSE PICTURES History
DO NOT APPEAR:
MRS. J. RAYMOND DUICE, B.S.
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University of South Carolina
Miss BEVERLY A. SANDERS, B.A.
MRs. W. RONALD VVILLIAMS, A.B.
University of South Carolina
MRS. H. W. PUSSER, B.S.
MR. JERRY REDMAN, A.B., M.Ed.
University of South Carolina
English and Physical Education
MR. F. M. RICHARDSON, B.A.
Univer-sit of South Carolina
MRS. J. M. RICHARDSON, B.S.
English and Vocabulary
MRS. M. S. RosE, A.B., M.A.
University of South Carolina
English and Vocabulary
MRS. E. R. SHORT, B.A., M.M.
Russell Sage College
University of South Carolina
MRS. W. M. SMITH, A.B.
University of South Carolina
English and Typing
MRS. CLARE E. STOKES, B.S.
Florida Southem College
MR. THOMAS W. STOKES, B.S.
University of South Carolina
MRS. R. E. TOLLISON, A.B., M.A.
University of South Carolina
MRS. MARY B. TWEED, B.A., M.A.
Flora McDonald Collee
Appalachian State Teachers' College
MRS. S. C. VANVORIIEES
A.A., B.A., M.A.
Johns Hopkins University
Psychology, Vocabulary, and
MRS. JAMES M. W1I.I.s, A.B.
We Slzaff Afwczys Remem er.
BENJAMIN M. TARVER
November 9, 1915-April 21, 1963
lin iillemnriam lla ililvmnriam
CLAYTON BARMO HANNON MARY DONNA WRIGHT
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May 29, 1947-November 2, 1963 january 5, 1948-August 18, 1963
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Phil Leventis, President of the Senior Class, conducts a class meeting. Assisting him are the other oflicers of the Senior
Class: Nancy McMeen, Secretary, Bobby Robinson, Vice-Presidentg and Shirley Olson, Treasurer.
Bobby Robinson, Chairman of Class Night Committee,
gets help from other committee chairmen. Appearing in
the picture are: Ben Miller, Robes, Wayne Nidiifer,
Graduation, Beth Vogel, Invitations, Mac Macmurphy,
Ir.-Sr. Dance, and Ann McDonald, Senior Banquet.
Sandra Dawkins, Chairman of the Commencement
Sermon, was not present.
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Seniors . . . At Last!
That so-called "magical Senior world" occurs
only once. It is a time of acute anxiety about col-
lege acceptances. A time when true friendships
that will probably last the rest of one's life are
strengthened, and the love for a school becomes
This love is not a superficial one, for Flora has
moulded her seniors--moulded them into a form
that they might shape tomorrow's destiny.
There was the cramming, the studying, and the
playing-times that happen once and only to a
Senior. And with their final moment-Craduav
tion-hearts filled with tears are resplendent and
proud. In this instant they yearn to relive past
glories--for only memories are left. But what is
now an enshrined memory-4-a time Worth remem-
bering-will be remembered as the stepping
stone to success.
Two Seniors Attend Boysg- Girlsg Nation
Each year the American Legion sponsors Boys'
and Girls' State. This program is part of the Amer-
ican Legion's "Americanism" program. Through
it, the Legion attempts to teach government by
The participants are placed in small groups
called cities, each being named after a South Car-
olina river. As the Week progresses, governments
are elected on the city and county scale--the
county composed of three individual cities.
The two political parties, the Nationalists and
the Federalists, hold their own state convention.
Each party nominates a slate of officers, and holds
a general election. With the completion of this
election, every state, county, and local oilice has
been filled by a member of Girls, or Boys' State.
Flora received great distinction in that two of
her seniors went to Girls' and Boys' Nation held
in Washington, D. C. Phil Leventis served as a
Supreme Court Justice while in Washington, and
Sandra Dawkins served as the Ambassador to
Through this experience, these few students
received a lesson in democracy and in the Ameri-
can way of government.
Seeing Phil Leventis and Sandra Dawkins, off to the
airport to attend Boys' and Girls' Nation in Washington,
D. C. are F lora's other delegates to Boys' and Girls' State-
Claude Belk, Bobby Robinson, and Mary Giles.
Outstanding Seniors Chosen For Award
While much publicity is often given to the in-
discretions of youth and to the two or three per-
cent of youth who make grave errors, the great
mass of our youth goes unrecognized and unsung.
The Youth Appreciation Week developed by the
Optimists Club is to call attention to the fact
that vast numbers of youth still perform their
duties in a dedicated manner--that they remain
as good citizens-that they participate and con-
tribute to their schools and to their communities.
The individual recognized as Outstanding Youths
are the symbols of the whole student body. It is
a great honor to be chosen for it shows outstand-
ing citizenship, leadership, character, and integ-
rity in the individual.
Waiting for Mr. Blum to present the Optimist Youth
Awards, the award recipients discuss college and gradu-
ation plans. They are: Sharon Shipp, Mark Coplan,
Margaret Seay, Ellen Seastrunk, Steve Cremer, Clint
McCrory, Mac Coble, Honey Kropp, Don Bushman, and
The Merit Semifinalists and Letter of Commendation students have time for a picture in the library. Front How: Theresa
Mattox, Dickie Tighe, Keith Belser, David Detwiler, Bill Todd, Don Bushman, and j. R. Fussel. Second Row: Allen
Robinson, Mark Coplan, Clint McCrory, Merit Scholar, jamie Stone, Merit Scholar, Billy Stubbs, Cynthia Holl, Ben Miller,
and Ricky Durlach. Third Row: Mike Byorick, Susan Reese, Amy Henderson, Mac Coble, Helen Aull, Sandra Dawkins,
Merit Scholar, and Doug King. Not Pictured: Allen jelicoat, Bunny Teeple.
Flora With 18 Merit Semi- Finalists
Beasts Most ln The State
The National Merit Program is the largest in-
dependent undergraduate scholarship program in
the United States. It is directed by the National
Merit Scholarship Corporation, an independent
nonprofit organization, devoted solely to scholar-
ship activities. These scholarshi s provide the
ablest high school graduates with opportunities
to further their education on the college level.
Merit Semi-finalists are selected on the basis of
the N MSQT, or National Merit Scholarship Quali-
fying Test, a three-hour exam which is adminis-
tered to juniors in the spring. Less than one per
cent of the high school seniors in each state be-
come semi-finalists. Seniors who maintain a high
level of achievement on subsequent tests and
receive the endorsement of their schools become
Merit Finalists. From this group of Finalists are
chosen the Merit Scholars.
This year Flora is proud to have eighteen Merit
Semi-finalists-more than has any other school in
the state. Letters of Commendation went to eight
other students. All students in the nation who
scored 136 or better are eligible to receive Letters
of Commendation, while the cutting score for
Semi-finalists is determined for each state. The
highest score at Flora this year was 152. These
students bring honor to their parents, to them-
selves, and to Flora. In producing such outstand-
ing students, A. C. Flora has established a well-
deserved reputation of scholastic achievement.
.' W. we is A :ns .fi
JOHN FREEMAN, King Teen
MAC COBLE, Commencement Speaker
SANDRA DAWKINS, Miss DAR
THIQRESE TOUSSAINT, A.F.S. Exchange
Student from F ramze
Best School Citizens
SANDRA DAWVKINS, BOBBY ROBINSON
RUTHIE TURNER, Bum' Moomz
WANDA JENKINS, JIM TURNER
BETH Vocal., CLINT MCCIIORY
NANCY MCMEEN, PHIL LEVENTIS
ANN ARNOLD, EDGAR MORRIS
CYNTHIA ZUK, CHARLIE JORDAN
SHIRLEY OLSON, MARK COPLAN
Most Likely to Succeed
MARY GILES, KEITII BELSER
CACI CoLE, CLAUDE BELK
NAOMI REGINA ABRAMS
"For a girl more able, talented, and fine, you
may search the world o'er and never find."
ANITA LOUISE ANDREWS
"For how many things which for my own sake
I should never do, I perform for the sake of
ROBERT DEWITF ANDREWS
"A sound head, an honest heart, and an humble
spirit are the three best guides through time
NOLAN LAWRENCE ARMSTFONG
"Honest and honorable are his ways."
BARBARA ANN ARNOLD
"Loneliness needs not the aid of ornament, but
is, when unadorned, adorned the most."
EVAN GENE ARNOLD
"A gentleman is always welcome."
'64 Class Largest
HEI.EN HUNTLEY AULL
"Sense shines with a double lustre when set in
BARBARA JEAN AVRIETI'
"Deep in her heart ioy seems to dwell."
CANDACE ELIZABETH AYERS
"To have a friend you must first be one."
JAMES FREDERICK BAILEY
"What more than mirth would mortals have?
The cheerful man is a king."
VVILLIAINI WESLEY BALDWIN
"His love of life has made him liked by all."
DENNIS CARROLL BALLENTINE
"A true friend-now, tomorrow, and always."
JUDITH DIANNE BANKS
"The highest of distinctions is service to others."
DEANETTA LEIGH BARBER
"She taketh much delight in art."
REED RYERSON BARNES
"If I cannot do great things, I'll do little things
in a great way."
Senior Class Ever
ROBERT SAMUEL BECKHAM, IR.
"How noble, even in common speech, is that
fine sense which men call Courtesyf
CLAUDE HALIILTON BELK, JR.
"He sits in utter confidence on the edge of his
future that is shining brightly."
GEORGE KINSLER BELLINGER, IR.
"He is a perpetual fountain of good sense."
KEITH BAKER BELSER
"Great men are the commissioned guides of
mankind, who rule their fellows because they
LUc1Us DAVID BENNETT
"Would there were more as true and sincere
ELIZABETH LORRAINE BENSON
"Good nature is the sign of a large and
BRIAN DANIEL BERRY
"True worth is in being, not seemingf'
JUDITH HELENE BERRY
"There is no cosmetic for beauty like happiness."
BRENDA EILEEN Bruno
"Of manner so gentle, of heart so kind."
IOANNE ALICE BARNHLLL
"Cheerful company shortens the miles."
RANDALL GILBERT BARRE
"A man of cheerful yesterday and confident
RONALD ALAN BARRE'rr
"Rich in intelligence, friends, and influence."
SAMUEL JAMES BARRETT, JR.
"lt is better not to speak at all than to speak
more words than you should."
FRANK RAY BASNETI'
"Write me as one who loves his fellow man."
REGINALD FLEMING BA'rsoN
" 'Tis a wonderful thing to have a happy heart."
BYRON FREDERIG BIGEY
"Life Ls- like a gameg play it fair, and you will
JOSIOH WALTER BODIE, IV
"A cheery smile, a pleasant manner."
ANDREA HARRIET BOGEN
"Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low-an
excellent thing in a woman."
IANIS ELAINE BOWERS
"Silver and gold are not the only coin, virtue
too passes current all over the world."
ROBERT FRANCIS BOWLES
"A friendly boy with a heart most gay."
DENNIS STEPHEN BRADLEY
"Consideration for others is the first law of good
EDYGE BOSWELL BRINKLEY
"The surest way to please is to forget oneself
and think only of others."
THOMAS RALPH BROCK, JR.
"From contemplation one may become wise,
but knowledge comes only from study."
CLARA SUZANNE BROOKS
"The smile on her face is but a reflection of the
feelings in her heart."
Flora Seniors Win an
IUDITH TONDRA BROWN
"A folly unselfish personality is the greatest gift
LOuIsE MARION BROWN
"Not over serious, not over frivolous, but a rare,
SANDRA MARIE BROWN
"She is the very embodiment of wit, ability and
GEORGE WASHINGTON BRUNSON, IR.
"He is a man of many friends. For the only
way to have a friend is to be one."
ANGELA COMERFORD BULTMAN
"A clever girl, a witty girl, a girl so full of fun,
A studious girl, a carefree girl, a thousand girls
GEORGE HENRY BUNCH, III
"Life a giftg use it well and enjoy its wealth."
This is a cup!
LARRY KENNETH BUHCHARDT
"His deeds speak more than words can tell."
GEORGE BEDDING BUnNE1'r
"Rather than love, than money, than fame, give
Woons WANNAMAKER BUnNE'1'r
"Personality is the thing that thrives above all
else in the world."
JOHN HAY Bvnmss
" 'Tris that everyone would say, he's a iolly good
fellow in every way."
DONALD OT'ro BUSHMAN, JR.
"Grasping every opportunity for service as it
comes, paves a sure way to success."
EDWARD NIICHAEL Byorucx, IR.
"Where judgment has wit to express it, there is
the best motor."
CAROL IANICE BYED
"She's always agreeable and ready to lend a
IOSEPH SIMON BYHD, IR.
"Friendship redoubles joys and cuts griefs in
ROYALL CALLOWAY, jx.
"His is a personality worth achieving."
LYNN GROOME CALVO
"There are a few things that never go out of
style and a feminine woman is one of them."
JOHN EvERE1'rE CANNON
"He who walks in integrity walks securely."
WALTON DOUGLAS CARROLL, JR.
"The highest wisdom is continual cheerfulnessf'
JOHN LEw1s CARTER, IR.
"A true friend to all who come his way."
ANNA LEE CASE
"There is nothing so great that I fear to do it
for my friendg nothing so small that 1 will
disdain to do it for her."
CHARLES BUNCH CASHVYELL
"Success begins with a fellow's will."
Seniors Of ponsor
ELIZABETH MCNAIR CAVE
"When love and skill work together, expect a
EDWARD CHALGREN, III
"Such wit and personality are sure to be found
in so versatile a man,"
DEAN GALE CHESNEY
"A modest man never talks of himself."
JAMES HOPKINS CHILDRESS
"A superior man is modest in his speech but
exceeds in his actions."
- CHARLIE RONALD CHRISTMAS
"Laughter and wit flashing so freely."
PATRICIA RAY CHRISTMUS
"She loves to laugh she loves to walk,
And, oh my soul, she loves to talk!"
HUNTER LANG CLARKSON
"He that takes truth for his guide and duh? for
his end may safely trust to Gocl's prov ence
to lead him arightf'
FURMAN MARTIN COBB
"He is a gentleman on whom one can place an
PARKS MCLENDON COBLE, IR.
"He has done the work of a true man--crown
him, honor him, love him."
CATHAEINE POWE COLE
"There is but one virtue-the eternal sacrifice
ARTHUR WARD COLEMAN
"A rare combination of sincerity, looks, and the
ability to win friends."
SARA HELEN COLEMAN
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LINDA RUTH CORN
"ln character, in manners, in style, in all things,
the supreme excellence is simplicity."
ELIZABETH CAROLYN Cox
"There's charm within the singing of her voice."
STEVEN MARC CREMER
"The true perfection of man lies, not in what
man has, but in what man has accomplished."
GWENDOLYN LEE CROOM
"A sweet personality is a valuable asset."
CHARLES STEPHEN CURRIE
"Manhood overtops all titles, character is above
all riches and greater than any career."
MARGARET JINCY DAVIS
"Music is well said to be the speech of the
MARION HILL DAVIS
"No one knows what he can do 'til he tries."
PAULA COLETTE DAVIS
"Her heart is warm, benevolent, and good."
ROBERT THOMAS DAVIS
"He fills life with good deeds."
"Charm shines around her with serenest beams,
sud angels prompt her golden
DONALD RAEFORD COOKE
"Although you may know him but a span, you'll
know you'oe met a gentleman."
MARI-:EY BERYL COPLAN
"The flowering of civilization is the finished man,
the man of sense, of authority, of accomplish-
ment, of noble spirit, of socia power-the
IUDITH PATRICIA CORRETI'
"Thine eyes are springs in whose serene and
quiet waters, heaven is seen.'
SANDRA GAJL DAWKINS
"She scarcely left anything untouched and
touched nothing she did not adorn."
ROBERT EUGENE DEAVER
"A good temper is the most contented, the most
comfortable state of the soul."
RAY EPPES DENT
"Will is character in action."
DAVID VVILLIALI DETWILER
"Truth is the secret of eloquence and of virtue."
ROBERT GORDON DILL
"Character is the foundation of all worthwhile
CAROL LILLIAN D1xEY
"The essence of humor fs sensibility."
ANN LOUISE DODENHOFF
"The light of fnlendshifv is like the light of the
sung plainest when al around is dark."
CHERYL ANN DORSEY
"The beautiful girl is the one whose grace shines
forth in her deeds as in her face."
STEPHEN THOMPSON DRAFFIN
"For he that once is good is ever great."
Senior Committees Work
The cemetery of knowledge.
JAMES FRANCIS DRAKE
Uzhe ,longer you know him, the better you like
RICHARD STEVENS DURLACH
"The reward of one duty done is the power to
WILLIAM PAUL EADDY
"A friend onoe, a friend always."
JANICE MARGARET EDWARDS
"An intelligent, unselfish personality is the
greatest gift of all."
HERBERT HAMPTON ELDER
"He joyed of life's pleasures all he could find,
Yet richest the treasures he found in his mind."
CARL ANTHONY ELLSWORTH
"A man-may the heavens be praised!--is
sufficient for himself."
WALLACE NICKELS EVANS, II
"He is great that is his own master."
ANNE GUYTON FARMER
"Gentle, tender, and always giving light."
NANCY SHARON FECI-ITER
"Wearing all that weight of learning lightly like
Actively All Year On Graduation Plans
LYNDA DALE FETTERLY
"A good lace is a letter of recommendation, as
a good eart is a letter of credit."
GILBERT EUGENE FEW
"In thy face we see the map of honor, truth,
BERNARD SIMON F LEISCHMAN, JR.
"Life is my college, may I be graduated well
and earn some honors."
LUANA RACHEL FLOYD
"She walks hand in hand with wisdom, mirth,
and musical ability."
HELEN CLAIRRCRNE FOLEY
"Pleasant was her nature, bright her smile."
JOHN MITCHELL FREEMAN
"He is a man, take him all in all, for we shall
not look upon his like again."
DANIEL EUGENE FULMEH
"With gentle yet prevailing force, intent upon
his destined course."
CLAIRE LU FUSSELL
"True wisdom is to know what is best worth
knowing, and to do what is best worth doing."
FRANCES MARIE GALGANO
"A smile is the language everyone understands."
JANE MARIE GARBICK
"The gift of gaiety is the greatest good fortune."
PAUL LESTER GEICER
"He profits most who serves best."
MARY KATHLEEN GILES
"What she bravely thought, she nobly dared."
We Wor I Hard But
PAMELA CELEs'rE GILLAN
"She has a friendly smile, a gentle way."
KAROLE KAY GL1ssoN
"A kind and gentle heart she has."
DELBERT JAMES GOFORTH, IR.
"5-Ile is a friend to everyoneg life will reward
MARIA ANGELES GONZALES
"Gentle of speech, beneficent of mind."
DANIEL CLAYTON GooLsBY
"From the crown of his head to the soles of his
feet, he is all mirth."
LANEZ CARITA GORDON I
"A constant friend is rare and hard to find."
MARY ELAINE GRABEN
"A loving heart is the truest wisdom."
IOHN MACDOWELL GRAHAM
"A fine, sturdy fellowg always interested in fun."
JOHN BYNUM GRANT, III
"He's swift to hear, slow to speak, and slow to
SYBIL ANNETTE GRANT
"The best and noblest lives are those which are
set toward high ideals."
TOMI DEE CRAY
"Full of gentle kindness her looks and language
are, Kind tongue that never wounde , the
nicest girl by far."
MARY FRANCES GRAYSON
"Gay, mischievous, and laughing all the while,
one ever remembers her."
RALPH ERSKINE CRIER, III
"Here is a true and industrious friend."
CALVIN ASHBY GRIFFIN
"A little nonsense now and then is relished by
the wisest men."
JAMES DAVID HALFORD
"He that brings sunshine into the lives of others
cannot keep it from himself."
Always Find Time For Enjoyment
LINDA LOUISE HALL
"Consideration is the soil in which wisdom
WALLACE DAvID HALL
"In action faithful and honor clear."
LINDA DIANNE HAMLIN
"Wherever she is, there is a place made pleasant
CATHERINE SPANN HAMMOND
"Virtue, modesty, and truth are the guardian
angels of woman."
SANDRA FAYE HAMPTON
"Sweet is her manner, and quiet her way."
PATRICIA GALE HARPER
"You are not only good yourself, but the cause
of goodness in others."
JAMES WESLEY HARRIS
"The wise man is he who knows the relative
value of things."
JENNIFER RAY HARRIS
"Bom to inquire after knowledge."
JENNY SUE HARRIS '
"Blest with that charm, the certainty to please."
JOHN ELLISON HART, JR.
"His time is forever, everywhere his place."
CHEBYLE DIANNE HARTLEY
"Yours is the charm of calm and good sense."
NIARY KATHRYN HAsT1Ncs
"The idea of courtesy with grace and charm."
JOHN DONALD HATCHELL
"A good disposition is the greatest of
IACK HOWARD HEATH
"Wisdom is the key to success,
Friendship is the key to the heart."
ALIARINTHIA LOWNDES HENDERSON
"Wisdom is a tree of life to them that lay hold
STEPHEN NEWEY HENDLEY
"Honor and truth and manhood-these are the
things that stand."
MARGARET GAIL HENDRIX
"A lovely lady, garmented in light from her
LARRY ROBERT HERBERT
"A will to do, and a soul to dare."
Seniors Enjo Long waited
"What do you mean, play Birdland?"
WANDA GAYLE JENKINS
"There is no beautifier of complexion, or form,
or behavior, like the wish to scatter ioy and
not pain around us."
SAMUEL ARTHUR JETER
"Eueryday's work ufell done forms a step in the
ladder of successf
ELIZABETH KINCAID JOHNSTON
"So true, so kind, so capable, so blessed a
CAROL ANN JONES
"She has a special softness and a sweet
LEGRAND JONES, JR.
"The best of healers is good cheer."
LEONARD KIRBY JONES
"Be tolerant, be truthful, be kind, and you will
not be forgotten."
ALBERT RHET1' HEYWARD, III
"Happiness is catching when he's around."
JANE KATHERINE HICKS
"A friend in work, in play, in sorrow,
The same yesterday, today, and tomorrow."
CYNTHIA LOUISE HOLL
"She who has ability gains fame."
JAN LEANDER HOLLAND
"A most trustworthy person as you could ever
hope to find."
VINCENT ALAN HOLLOMAN
"Mine honor is my life, both grow in one, take
honor from me and my life is done."
TRUNIAN ALEXANDER HOPKINS
"He was rich in thought and work."
JOHN STEPHEN HUGGINS
"A regular fellow, it is trueg
Full of pep and mischief, too."
NANCY ANN HUMPIIREY
"The grand essentials of happiness are-some-
thing to do, something to love, and something
to hope for."
THOMAS MICHAEL HUMPHRIES
"Not too quiet to be'bo1-ing, not too loud to be
MARY KATE JONES
"I would be faithful to each small task."
MARY LAURA JONES
"As happy a girl as any in the world, for the
whole world seems to smile upon her."
CHARLES FRANK JORDAN
"He possesses the ambition, the will, and the
courageg what a great man he will be."
EUGENIA ANDREA KARNAZES
"She has a certain earnestness which we all
WILLIAM BAILEY KAURIC
"High aims from high characters and great
objects bring out great minds."
CAROL FRANCES KELLER ,
"Virtue and genuine graces in themselves speak
what no words can utter."
First mlfxclusivei Seniorw Function, The
MABSHA SUSAN KING
"In all departments of activity, to have one
thing to do, and then to do it, is the secret
MARY REBECCA KING
"Kind words are the music of the soul."
SUSAN DIANNE KIRBY
"Virtue is the performance of pleasant actions."
CHARLOTTE GRAHAM KNox
"In stature small, but in every way a woman
JUDDIE IRENE KNOX
"My heart and hands are ever at your service."
FRANCES HENRIETTA KROPP
"Much wisdom often goes with fewest words."
GEORGE RUDOLPH LAUB, IR.
"A swell guy, nice to knowg
A good friend where'er you go."
JOHN ANTHONY LAW
"Ambition is the quality from which all growth
of nobleness proceeds."
CANDACE QUINN LAWSON
"Good nature and good sense go hand in hand."
IEANNETTE MARGARET LEAPHART
"What wisdom can you find that is greater than
PHIL PETER LEVENTIS
"The elements so mixed in him that nature
might stand and say to all the world, 'This is
NIARSHA JEAN LIGON
"Fashioned so slenderlyg young and fair."
THOMAS SOUTHWOOD LINTON, IR.
"The greatest homage we can pay to truth is
to use it."
CHARLES BRAXTON LITCHFIELD
"Wit is the salt of conversation."
GABRIELLE RICHARDSON LITTLE
"The charm of a deed is in its doingg the charm
of life is in its living."
Banquet, Held At Pring Lake I
GEORGE RICHARD LITTLE
"He loved to laugh and so lent to other lives
CAROL SUZANNE LOWDER
"After the verb 'to love,' 'to help' is the most
beautiful verb in the world."
SUSAN WALKER MACMILLAN
"Her scattered freckles and cheerful grin make
all her friends so easy to win."
HERBERT EDWARD MACMURPIIY, III
"He's one of nature's gentlemen, the best of
JOHN DONOVANT MACMURPHY
"Every man is the architect of his own fortune."
CYNTHIA JOYCE MARKS
"Look at her and read her mind-happy is she,
loving and kind."
ANN VANDEVER NIARRETI'
"The sfveetest soul that ever look'd with human
NEAL ANDERSON MARTIN
"Gentle in his manners, strong in his character."
LAWRENCE BROOKS MAULDIN
"The superior man is slow in his words and
earnest in his conduct."
JASEPH THEODORE MCALISTEE, IE.
"He's a quiet man, but quite a man."
THOLIAS EUGENE NICCAHTHA
"Of him you can truly sayg he hasn't missed
much in his day."
REBECCA Lou MCCONNELI.
"Little deeds of kindness, little words of love."
SIVIYTH FLINN MCCRADY
"The habit of looking on the best side of things
is worth more than gold."
CLINTON GEAYDON NICCRORY
"Knowledge, in truth, is the great sun in the
Life and power are scattered with all its beams."
BIYRTLE JEANETTE NICCUTCHEN
"A good disposition is the foundation of
ANN STOKES MCDONALD
"For beauty being the best of all we know sums
up the unsearchable and secret aims of nature."
RALPH EDWARD NICGILL
"Property of manners and consideration for
others are the two main characteristics of a
HELEN WALKER MCKAY
"To be gentle is the test of a lady."
ur Last Iunior-Senior
KATHRYN ANN MCLAIN
"With shining eyes and a pleasant smile, she
YANCEY ALFORD NICLEOD, IR.
"The highest manhood resides in disposition,
not in mere intellect."
NANCY CAUDLE MCMEEN
"A girl with all virtues without and withing
H ere's character and beauty in a perfect blend."
BARBARA DIANE MEADOWS
"When she had passed, it seemed like the
ceasing of exquisite music."
WILLIAM DOGNAIL MEETZE
"Wit makes its own welcome, and levels all
SALLY VONCILE MELONUK
"I have enjoyed the hzyipiness of the world.
I have lived and love .'
JAMES OLIN METZE
"H e wins without boasting and loses without
RUSSELL SANDERS MICKLE
"And this Ls' my song, 'It shall he witty, and it
sharft be longf "
BENJAMIN NEELY MILLER, III
"Gifts of new ideas, of laughter, of leadership
and of friendship."
EDNVARD HARRIS PARSONS MILLER, III
"In friendship I was taught early to believe."
HARRY HAMPTON MILLER
"Little he says, but much he does."
JAMES IRWIN NIILLIKEN
"There is no cure for birth and death save
to enjoy the interval."
BRENDA NIAE MISENHEIMER
"A kind heart she had-worthy of our
ANDE SUSAN MITCHELL
"Charm strikes the sight, but merit wins the
BURTON EBERLE MooRE, IR.
"To draw true beauty shows a 1naster's hand
EDGAR LONCETTE MORRIS, IR.
"Here is an original gentleman, who if manners
had not existed, would have invented them."
LAWRENCE EDIMUND MUELLER
"Happy is he who makes the most of his time
SUSAN ELIZABETH MURPHY
"A fun-loving girl she will be, and a nicer one
nowhere you'll see."
ANITA SUZETTE NEELEY A
"The thing that goes farthest in making life
worthwhile is a pleasant smile."
KATHLEEN MARIORIE NEELEY
"Happiness and virtue rest upon each otherg the
best are not only the happiest, but the happiest
are usually the best."
ROBERT YOUNT NEELY
"The characteristics of this youth are honor,
sportsmanship, and truth."
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Classmght 64 IS Ilresented-
WAYNE WOODROW NIDIFFER
"The very essence of courtesy and circum-
HODGDON CHRISTIAN NUCKOLS
"He is all that a gentleman should be."
JAMES BARRY NUNN
"He'll be merry, he'll be freeg he'll be sad for
ANN MARIE ODEN
"A pleasant girl with a pleasant way."
SANDRA LYNEITE OLIVE
"The sweetest of maidens with the gentlest of
SHIRLEY ANNE OLSON
"A beautiful smile is to the female countenance
what the sunbeam is to the landscape."
JACK EDWARD O,NEIL
"His smile is the trademark of a happy soul."
ELIZABETH SUZANNE PATTERSON
"She is happiest who values the merits of others
and delights in their pleasure."
ROBERT WILSON PHILLIPS
X "To be a great man and a saint for oneself, that
N is the important thing."
ROBERT MORRIS POSTAL -
"To act with common sense, according to the
best wisdom I know."
PATSY CHAPPELL POWER
"By her life alone, gracious and sweet, the
better way was known."
MARY DIANE PRICE
"I must talk and laugh or life would be empty."
SHIRLEY MAE PRICE
"She who plants kindness gathers love."
PATRICIA FLOYD PULLIAM
"It's nice to be natural when you're naturally
CHARLES JOHN PULOS
"Life is not so short but that there is always
time enough for courtesy."
Re ' 'scent Cf Uur Years At Flora
NANCYLEE WARREN RAST
"Eveir loyal, ever true to whatever task she has
SUSAN ELAINE REESE
"Her greatest asset is the thirst to know and
TED MCMANUS RENIZ
"If it be a gentleman and a friend you seek,
you have found him."
FRANCES ELAINE REVETTA
"She has a friendly way and smile that makes
us love her all the while."
DALE MARTIN REYNOLDS
"Success comes to those who are honest,
industrious, and persistent."
ROBERT HEISKELL REYNOLDS
"H is face was of that mysteriously pleasing kind
which women call 'not bad looking'."
GWENDA I.-,ARTIGUE RHODES
"We are charmed by neatness of person."
ANDREW MERCER RICHARDS
"A gentleman to match the best of any
JULIA TRACY RICHARDSON
"She's a darling with a sweet faceg
She's welcome any place." .
BARBARA ELEANOR ROBERTS
"She is herself, a collection of the best things."
MARY MIMs ROBERTS
"Grace is to the body, what good sense is to
ALLEN JONES ROBINSON
"He left his mark upon the place where he
ROBERT WILLIAM ROBINSON, IR.
"The man who does his work, any work, con-
scientiously, must always be a great man."
WILLIAM KERRY ROSVOLD
"Good will is the mightiest practical force in the
LAWRENCE RAY SAINIPLE
"Worth, courage, honor, these are indeed your
sustenance and birthright."
JUDITH ANNE SANDLER
"Character is the diamond that scratches all
MARY HILL SATTERFIELD
"Of manners gentle, of afections mild."
GERALD WATTS SOURRY, JR.
"Men are not born, they create the mold for
Class Of 964 Presents Bronze
ELLEN ELIZABETH SEASTRUNK
"Character is the result of two thingsg mental
attitude and the way we spend our time.
MARGARET REAVES SEAY
"Wisdom, kindness, and love to all, a motto we
know she'll never let fall."
LAVINIA LYLES SEIBELS
"A cheerful disposition makes beauty attractive,
knowledge delightful, and wit good naturedf'
JAMES DANIEL SEIBERT
"Ambition and the will to work are the chief
ingredients for success."
SHARON ALLEN SHIPP
"Barn for success, she seems with grace to win,
with heart to hold."
THOMAS DWIGHT SHULL
"Politeness is good nature regulated by good
Seal As Gift To The School
BRUCE MARTIN SIMON
"There is determination in his quiet ways."
CYNTHIA GAIL SNIITH
"She looked on life and found it sweet."
EABNEST OWEN SMITH, JR.
"One's outlook is a part of his virtue."
FREDERICK RUFUS SMITH
"I put all my troubles down in the bottom
my heart and sit on the lid and smile."
LINDA PowEI.I. SMITH
"How brilliant and mirthful the light in her
WILLIAM FRANCIS SMITH
"A man's own manner and character is what
most becomes him." ,
ETHELIND FRANCES SMITHEY
"We are charmed by her neatness, her gentle-
ness, and petitenessf'
SUZANNE LEE SMoAx
"Loving and gentle, good and true,
Ever sincere and dependable, too."
NANCY OLIVER Sox
"We meet thee with a pleasant thought."
JUNE MCCALLA SPEED
"Looe, sweetness, goodness in her person shine."
ROBERT LLOYD STEINMEYER
"It is the nature of a great man to be quiet."
DOROTHY ANN STERLING
"Acts, looks, words, deeds, form the alphabet by
which you may spell character."
DAVID EWING STEWART, JR.
"He most lives who thinks most-feels the
noblest-acts the best."
VIRGINIA ELLEN STEWART
"A word, a smile, a girl worthwhile."
ROLLIN JOHN STICKLE
"The world looks much brighter from behind
JAMIE WOODROW STONE, JR.
"The talent of success is nothing more than
doing what you can do well."
CHARLES VANCE STRICKLIN
"To give happiness is to deserve happiness."
DIANE VIRGINIA STROHECKER
"With manners mild and voice sweet,
Here's a girl that can't be beat."
DoR1s LYNN TATE
"Her charm is like a melody."
BRENDA DIANNE TAYLOR
"Your life shall never lack a friend."
DENNIS MOORE TAYLOR, JR.
"Ever in smiles and always friendly."
With Exams Ending, Seniors, Thoughts
THOMAS NELSON TAYLOR
"Doing good is the only certainly happy action
of a man's life."
JAMES HURLEY TERRY
"Good humor makes all things tolerable."
DONALD LEE TEW
"Of honest worth, truly one on whom we can
MARY JEAN THIGPEN
"Sincerely does she speak and moveg such a
one shall we remember and love."
ALLEN CONWAY THORNEURGH
"To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield."
RICHARD JOSEPH TIGHE
"Common sense in an uncommon degree is
what the world calls wisdom."
CAROL ANN TILTON '
"A good mind possesses a kingdom."
ROBERT LANTYE TOBIAS
"A well-liked boy-this is he--keen of will and
strong of mind."
WILLIAM LOVE TODD
"There is no impossibility to him who stands
prepared to conquer every hazard."
HARRIEIT ANN TORRI
"Mind cannot follow it, nor words express her
THERESE GABRIELLE TOUSSAINT
"Loveliest of women! Heav'n is in thy soul,
beauty and virtue shine 'forever round thee,
brightening each otherg t ou art all divine."
IAMES EDMUND TURNER
"An ounce of wit is worth a pound of sorfow.'
RUTH THOMAS TURNER
"Her pencil drew whate'er her soul designed."
SUzANNE EUGENIA TYLER
"Kindness in woman wins endearing love."
SANDRA KAY TYNER
"A gentle mind by gentle deeds is known."
Turn To Graduation nd The Beach
WILLIAM GERALD ULLERY, IR.
"Well-timed silence hath more eloquence than
ELIZABETH ANN VOGEL
"The finest compliment that can be paid to a
woman of sense is to address her as such."
ROBERT BURNS WADDELL
"His twofold purpose has forever been-to be
a man and serve his fellow men."
"It is a merry heart that hath many friends."
GERALD WAYNE WALKER
"Great hopes make great men."
ELLEN FRANCES WALTERS
"Gracefulness has been defined to be the out-
waad, expression of the inward harmony of the
NANCY ELIZABETH WELLS
"So young, so fair, good without efort, great
JOHN RUSHING WELSH, IV
"Intelligence and friendliness are his greatest
JOHN MARTIN WHARTON
"Good sense wins favors."
ALBERT NEWTON WIIITESIDE, III
"The secret of life is not to do what you like,
but to like what you do."
VIRGINIA CLAIR WHI'I'LocIc
"Eyes that dance and a smile that sparkles."
ELLEN ELIZABETH WILES
"One whose interest is directed outward, away
from herself, toward other people."
ELIZABETH ANN WH.HELM
"Aim highg go highg for life is what you make it."
ROBERT JONATHON WILKES
"A good man does good merely by living."
GEORGE MELVIN WILLIAMS
"H e makes a thousand friends and keeps them."
Coble Speaker at Commencement
KATIE ALICE WILLINGHAM
"In virtues nothing earthly could surpass her.'
SUSAN IBEYE WINDERS
"Refreshing in appearance and responsive in
BARBARA LEE WINNIMAN
"She has a friendly Smile, a gentle way."
IUDITII ANN WISE
"Good humor may be said to be one of the very
best articles of dress one can wear in society.
CARLA LLOYD WORTHINGTON
"Manner, not gold, is a womanfs best
CYNTHIA CANNON ZUK
"The heart to conceive, the understanding to
1 direct, and hand to execute."
SENIORS WHO ARE CAMERA SHY: Warren Martin Daniel, Jr., Loran Gordon Fraser, Elizabeth Lumpkin Glenn,
Ion Charles GriHin, Kim Choul Nurss, Bruce Lee Pellington, james Rollin Powell, james Rivers Roberson, jr., Dennis
Randall Smith, and james Richard Smith, Ir.
Our Special Falcon . . . c
Therese Toussaint is from Nancy, France,
where she lives with her parents, two brothers,
and three sisters. Her "adopted" family this year
is that of Dr. C. Tucker Weston of 1548 Kath-
Wishing to learn much about America and its
'way of life and to tell us about France, Therese
l has actively participated in the Flora Anchor
Club, Student Council, and JETS Club. Two of
F the highlights of her year at Flora were her at-
tending the colorful Mardi Gras in New Orleans
and the spectacular World's Fair in New York.
Therese has added more to Flora than we could
ever repay. To us she will always be-"Our
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"Are you sure this is the right wayP', asks Therese.
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herese listens intently as an explanation 1S given in Er1i0yir1g her HrSt ut2lSt9v of fi F1012 Ch1'iStlTl3S, Tll61'31S6
T dvanced Mathematics. tells Santa what she would like.
- Always on the move, the Weston family-Mary, Dr. Weston, Frances, Stuart, Therese, Chris, and Mrs. Weston, prepare
for a camping trip in the Smoky Mountains. -
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Mary Weston, Secretary, checks her notes, Pat McLaughlin, Treasurer, talks to the banker, while Pope Lawson, President,
discusses future plans with Sandy Daniel, Vice-President.
p lunior Class Reaches New Heights
Time has elapsed, new juniors have emerged.
Vibrant faces greet new challenges-new responsi-
it bilities. Hastening footsteps meet new tasks as
eager hands mold the personality and distinguish-
ing characteristics of Flora. The realization that
work improves character spurs the Iunior Class
toward new heights, goals, and achievements.
i Flora's Miss Hi Miss, Ellen DaVega, checks beauty
entrants for the Miss Falcon Contest.
Bailey, Mary Pat
Introducing Our lunior Class.
Brown, Billie Ie
The Largest Class At Flora ..
Promises Many Scholars
F adeley, Ann
F uller, Betsy
F underburk, Brenda
Juniors Meet Challenges And Accept Responsibilities . .
Hancock, Mary Mac
V Jenkins, Diane
As Fifty-Four Jumors Elected Into The Honor SOC16ty
1 Kerlin, Peggi
X King, Gene
l King, Vernon
1 Kirkwood, Penny
The S1Xty Flve Commlttee Working To Meet Their Goal,
Martin, Johnnie Gay
McGowan, Mary Lou
And...Miss Hi Miss Being Selected From The lunior Class
Patterson, Susan Da
Rivldn, Rose Ann
Iumors Look Forward To Then' Senlor Year While
Shedd, Mary Jo
Ordering Class Rlngs, Planmng The lumor Semor Dance,
Todd, Andrella N
Being hallenged And Frustrated By The College Boards
And so the teacher said-"Get out! All of you!"
How about stepping on that bug.
What do you mean--girls at football camp? ??
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Ion Slocom, President, assisted by Jody Miot, Vice-President, Sherry Gomez, Secretary, and Martie Daetwyler, Treasurer,
lead the Sophomore Class toward their goals.
Sophomores Are O11 The Way Up..
Smiling faces-some new, others well known,
gladden our hearts. All combine to give warmth
and freshness. An energetic vitality fills the halls
of Flora as happy, carefree sophomores scurry
from class to class. Continuously doing more than
their share, the Sophomore Class has shown spirit,
effort and constant devotion. With these char-
acteristics, A. C. F lora's Class of ,66 will rise to
new heights in the history of their school.
The Homeroom Presidents work hard. Sophomore Home-
room Presidents-Hugh Corbett, Linda Dorsey, Bobby
Giles, Kitty Hiller, Henry Thomas, Temple Ligon, Gail
Garvin, Jimmie Williams, Becky Bowers, Kathy Brown,
Frank Barton, Susie Bennett, and Io Ella Craig assist
the maintenance department by setting up the chairs for
And They re Dolng A Good lob Of It
Burnette, Merry Anne
ophomore Class Considered By
S Caroll, Jeanne
V Caughman, Billy
i Chick, John
Duke, Mary Chase
Classmen As The 'GLoWliest"
Fussel, I. R.
Good, F redree
Yet The Class Of 66 Has Worked
Heider, Martha Jo
Hendrix, Ralph A
Holland, Pete V
Kirby, Mary Alice
Hard To Cam Due Recogmtlon
Mason, Mary Helen
McGill, Charles .
Morris, W. D.
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Crayton tudents Have, Also, Added
' O'Neal, Leila
I Richardson, Sara
Slice, Russell Lamar
Flora s Sophomore Class
ophomores Will Be An Outstanding Class
CAMERA SHY: Barwick, Larry, Berry, Eugenisg Bizzell, Emily, Brantley, janeg Broom, Kathy, Chapman, Francisg Chapman, Rachelg Devel,
Sandrag' Drake, Charlesg Ewan, Carl, Gibson, Gloria, Johnson, C. G., Jones, Kaye, Knight, Joeg LaMotte, Bobby, Lewis, Doug, Livingston,
Debbie: McConnel, Jimmy, McCutchen, Sarah, McEntire, Nancy, Mclntosh, Alexander, McKay, Doug, McSwain, Sandra, Mixson, Billg
Moyers, Robert, Newboy, Harry, Nipper, Ameliag Reynolds, Frankg Riley, Royg Robertson, Phyllis, Rosa, Nildag Ryder, Larry, Savitz, Libby,
Scott, Tommy, Slocum, Jong Tarver, Dollyg Walker, David.
But I really didn't skip!
I just don't seem to have quite enough!
Hang him from the rafters!
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The Big Thinkers!
But why do elephants have tusks? P P
Up on the roof . . .
Eloping? ? P
Gee Mom, school is murder! The teachers are
slave drivers-they d0n't even give a guy a free
minute to think!
The clocks are off again . . . it's not really 5 a. m.
a fime Worfh 1'ememZJer1'ng
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Through Student Council, students of A. C.
Flora are given a hand in their own governing,
thus broadening their knowledge of the prin-
ciples of democracy and enabling them to become
Student Council promotes the school's welfare
by serving as a link between the students and
faculty, by coordinating the activities of the stu-
dents, and by setting high moral standards for the
students to follow.
First semester Student Council officers: Keith Belser,
President, Dave Merry, Vice-President, Sandra Dawkins,
Secretary, and Clyde Timmons, Treasurer.
Flora tudent Council Is if The Leader
Steve Savitz, President of the South Carolina Association
of Student Councils, looks over the clothing collected for
a welfare project with Student Council sponsors Mrs.
C. D. Plyler, Miss Myrna Page, Mr. jerry Redman, Miss
Ann B. Booth, and Mr. joel Abraham.
Officers of Student Council for Second semester: john
Freeman, President, Clyde Timmons, Vice-President,
Abby McMurray, Secretary, and Bud Cousar, Treasurer.
Members of Brst semester Stu-
dent Council: First Row: Keith
Belser, President, Sandra Dawkins,
Secretary, Dave Merry, Vice-Presi-
dent, Clyde Timmons, Treasurer,
and Therese Toussaint. Second
Row: Raven McCrory, Linda Sisson,
Anne Thomas, Judy Bihari, Lana
Coplan, Abby McMurray, Betsy
Daniel, Millie McLaurin, Sandra
Stephens, Carol Heyward. Third
Row: Bud Cousar, Sam Jeter,
Fredree Good, Nard Fleischman,
Bobby Reynolds, Catherine Smith,
Tomi Dee Cray, Dianne Dorman,
Sandy White, Jackie Khars, Mar-
garet Seay, and Les Pilcher. Fourth
Row: Marian Long, Arthur Cole-
man, Penny Kirkwood, Jay Pearson,
Mac Macmurphy, Gregg Gerdes,
Allen Robinson, W. D. Morris,
Ann Nelson, Cheryl McCoy, Kathy
Neeley, Carol Bower, and Mary
In outh Carolina Councils
Second semester Student Council
members: First Row: John Free-
man, President, Clyde Timmons,
Vice-President, Abby McMurray,
Secretary, and Bud Cousar, Treas-
urer. Second Row: Angela Bult-
man, Ellen Seastrunk, Cynthia
Zuk, Andy Fisch, Linda Dorsey,
Bea Johnson, Joyce Hedgecock,
and Sandra Dawkins. Third Row:
Reed Barnes, Iris Pellington, Dale
Nettles, Kathy Whittington, Joanne
Nye, Mary Jo Shedd, Connie Davis,
and Roxy Shellenberger. Fourth
Row: Doug King, Temple Ligon,
Kent Whittemore, Tommy Linton,
Joe Patterson, Gerald Bridgers, Don
Tomlin, Randy Barre, Bill Reese,
and Claude Belk. Fifth Row: John
Law, Dickie Tighe, Edward Wise,
Pope Lawson, Lee Taylor, Mac
Rine, and Jerry Shealy.
The Spirit Committee promotes the spirit of the
school for the athletic seasons. Decorating the
gym are members lsittingl Mary jones, Steve
Savitz, Bob Day, Mark Archer, Abb McMur-
ray, Ben Miller, fstandingl Mary Giles, Chair-
mang Tomi Dee Gray, Mike McCravy, Sue
MacMillan, Sherry Gomez, Vickie Eslinger, Dickie
Sturkie, Ronnie Smith, Susan King, and Bill
The Exchange Assembly Committee plans,and directs the pro-
grams put on by Flora students at other local schools. This year's
committee members are: Seated: Nancy McMeen, Ellen DaVega
and Bobby Robinson, Co-Chairmen, and Abby McMurray. Stand-
ing: Caci Cole, Ginny Lentz, Mary jones, Don Bushman, Bea
gzhnson, Tomi Dee Gray, Mark Sloan, Sue MacMillan, and Steve
Importance Of Council Committees Increases
Student Council, through the efforts of its dif-
ferent committees, has rendered many services to
A. C. Flora and her student body. The committees
of Student Council are Welfare, Social, Constitu-
tion, Special Projects and Problems, Assembly,
House and Grounds, and Finance.
The dances after football and basketball games,
Student Council committee chairmen for first semester,
Honey Kropp, Bea Iohnson, Indy Banks, Raven McCrory,
and Ricky Patterson, examine the masks given to the
Columbia hospitals for Halloween. Absent when picture
was taken: Sam Jeter.
the mixers during Activities Period, the Thanks-
giving Assembly, the clothes drives for the needy,
the decoration of the Student Council room, the
improvement of the schoolis general appearance,
the exchange assemblies from other schools and
the revision of the Constitution were the results
of the work done by Student Council committees.
Plans are made for second semester projects by Student
Council committee chairmen Bea johnson, Ellen Sea-
strunk, Sandra Dawkins, Reed Barnes, Mark Archer,
Edward Wise, and joe Patterson.
Steve Cremer, International Day Chairman, begins the
day's activities by raising the International Day flag.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa, a Chinese pagoda,
the Eiffel Tower, the Great Sphinx-all of these
"wonders of the Worldv greeted students and vis-
itors on May 1, International Day. The avenue
of flags, assembly parade, travel lectures, native
dances-all of these were signiicant parts of the
After Working for a year on a dream, Inter-
national Day became a reality. Education, inter-
national friendship, understanding, and peace
culminated in that one day that became a special
day in Flora's history-International Day of
1964--A TIME WORTH REMEMBEHING.
Gcwonders Of The World
Individual committee chairmen Charlie Jordan, Marshall
Lipscomb, Tomi Dee Gray, Mac Macmurphy, Nancy
McMeen, Ellen DaVega, and Steve Cremer prepare to
receive visitors in the Student Council reception room.
A main attraction of International Day is the homerooms
decorated to represent foreign nations. This presentation
is typical of the homerooms each year.
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The avenue of flags embodies the true meaning which is the basis for International Day-the linking of all nations in
a common bond of peace and friendship.
Oflicers for National Honor Society for the first semester
were Clint McCrory, President, john Freeman, Vice-
Presidentg Sandra Dawkins, Secretary, and Mac Coble,
Second semester National Honor Society officers were
Jim Childress, President, Mark Sloan, Vice-President,
Margaret Seay, Secretaryg and Reed Barnes, Treasurer.
Honor Societygs Vocational Guidance Program
The National Honor Society surged forward
this year in two vital ways-in membership and
in activities. In September fifty new members
were inducted and, with the ten members initi-
ated in january, the total number came to one
hundred, the largest ever. This group decided on
two long-range goalsg iirst, the expansion of the
Vocational Guidance Programs and second, the
ambitious installation of an Honor Code.
Mrs. E. R. Short and Mrs. I. C. Baker, sponsors, welcomes Therese Touissaint, honorary member, and other inductees Andy
Suber, Leslie Lawrence, Bill Todd, Ienny Thurmond, Dale Distin, jack Heath, and Sandra Brown, into Honor Society.
Absent when picture was made were Truman Hopkins and judy Sandler.
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Honor Society members are, First Row: Miller, Robinson, Coble, Durlach, Jeter, Salane, Simpson, Bonner, Silverfield, Cousar, Law, King,
Byorick, Abrams, Sloan, Barre, Brock, Barrett, McCrory, Bridgers, Belser, McClary, Timmons, Stone, Archer, Holloman, Mauldin, Childress,
Merry, Coplan. Second Raw: Harris, Tilton, Fussell, Henderson, Aldrich, Fuller, Bowers, Olive, Domman, Daniel, DaVega, Hill, DuRant,
Beskid, Crosland, DeHamer, Marshall, Bishop, Giles, Keller, King, Banks, Barnes, Myers, Lipscomb, Bailey, Hair, Floyd, Calvo. Third Row:
Dawkins, Roberts, Kropp, Hudson, Maddox, Gregory, Davis, Bowers, Nussbaum, Gentry, Denny, Benson, Edwards, Ragland, and Brinkley.
Absent from Picture: Lane, Shearin, McWilliams, Bushman, Detwiler, Elder, Freeman, Stuart, Tighe, Mitchell, Muir, Stevenson, Brown,
Fechter, Knox, Seay, Wilhelm, Vogel.
The Honor Code, when established, will be a
school moral foundation for which many schools
strive. The vocational guidance programs give the
students of Flora unlimited opportunities to hear
professional men and women discuss their work
and its potential. With the success of these pro-
grams, Flora is certain to deserve her place as a
leader of schools.
The Honor Code Committee: Sandra Dawkins, Lynnie
Olive, Luana Floyd, john Freeman, Marshall Lipscomb,
and Don Bushman work on an honor code system for
Flora. Absent from Picture: Mac Coble, Betsy Daniel,
Mark Archer, and Doug King.
Tutoring is one of the Honor Society's services. Judy
Banks tutors a student in history.
Bobby Salane and Randy Barre explain this year's Voca-
tional Guidance Program to members of the committee.
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Mark Coplan, Editor-in-Chief,
dreams of the day when the
annual has long gone to press.
Marshall Lipscomb, Beauty Editor, attempts to move the
huge backdrop for the beauty contest as the other mem-
bers of the staff, Betty Goddard, Joyce Hedgecock, Lilly
Stem, and Ruth McKinney, help her. Absent when pic-
ture was made: Ellen DaVega.
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The Falcon Famil T
For the most important group at Flora for at
least that's what our editor says! J, only two pages
have been allotted. On these two pages we have
tried to picture each hard-working, diligent mem- .
ber of the FALCON family in his usual habitat.
Catherine Hammond, Business
Manager, checks to see that all
ads for the annual are in.
The Activities Staff, Mary Lovvorn, Margaret Seay,
Sandra Dawkins, and Becki Bowers, head for their next
Don Bushman, Assistant Editor, shows Mrs. O. A. Ietl l
coat, Sponsor, and Mary Giles, Faculty Editor, the Dreher
devil hung in effigy. '
Trite though it may be, our motto, "If at lirst
you donlt succeed, try, try, againf, is no longer
uttered by the members of our stall. As you turn
these pages, We hope you will agree that this Iinal
effort has succeeded.
The sophomore and junior class staffs identify pictures
for the annual. They are, Juniors: Mary Bistline, Dale
Nettles, and Mary Weston, Editor. Sophomores: Sherry
Gomez, Editor, Betty Goddard, and Martie Daetwyler.
The copy and sports stall check the layout for the
FALCON. From left to right are: Randy Barre, Pat Mc-
Laughlin, Girls Sports Editor, Nance Jervey, Mrs. M. S.
Rose, Sponsor, Keith Belser, Sports Editor, and Allen
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The members of the business staff attempt to go out and
sell ads for the annual foutside of carsj Kay Turner,
Carol Jones, Brenda Nussbaum, Louise Bailey, Sandy
White, Catherine Hammond, Business Manager, Don
Bushman, Jackie Shuler, Joanne Nye fat hoodl, fseated
in lst carl Gregg Gerdes, Betty Bishop, Jackie Kahrs,
Sandra Fitts, June Chinn, Kitty Anderson, and fseated
in 2nd carj Mrs. Q. O. Bruce, Sponsor.
Cynthia Zuk, Senior Editor, and members of her stall:
Cheryl Dorsey, Sandra Brown, Sharon Shipp, and Judy
Wise, type up the quotations for each senior's picture.
Doug King, Photography Editor, "catches" a candid shot
of Reed Barnes, Writer, and Ruthie Tumer, Art Editor.
Absent from picture: Ansley Scoville, Art Editor, Mrs.
R. E. Tollison, Sponsor.
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Falcons' Upinions Are Aired
In its fifth year of publication, the Winged
Press, Flora's student newspaper, continues to
keep Flora students informed on campus activi- ,
ties. This year the Winged Press, a biweekly
newspaper, was expanded to six pages with a
production staff of over forty students. In an effort ,
to make the paper more self-supporting, members
of the staff for 1963-,64 solicited paid advertise-
ments, a "first" in the newspapers history.
Many new features and departments were
added this year to entertain and inform the stu-
dents. A "Letters to the Editor" column gave the
students themselves an opportunity to voice their
opinions. The editorial section was enlarged, new
feature columns were added, and more pictures
than ever before were printed in order to make
this year's Winged Press the very best one yet! l
Charlie Jordan, first semester Editor-in-Chief, discusses E
a layout with Beth Vogel, Editor-in-Chief second se-
mester, and Cynthia Holl, C0-Editor first semester.
Members of the Winged Press staif, jack
Heath and Shirley Price, distribute the
papers to subscribers' lockers.
First semester editors of the Winged Press busily prepare a paper for
the printers. Mrs. W. R. Williams, a Sponsor, talks with Julie Winn, Head
Typist, as Beth Vogel, Feature editor, Doug King, Photographer, Susan
King, Public Relations Editor, Shirley Price, Make-up Editor, jack Heath,
Sports Editor, Miss Mary K. Hicks, a Sponsor, Linda Hair, Copy Editor,
and Mary Jones, Exchange Editor each carry out his individual duties.
Absent from the picture is Pete Edwards, Circulation Editor.
A. C. FLORA HIGH SCHOOL NO- LXIV
In Gclsetters To The Editors"
Writers for the Winged Press often interview students
for campus profiles and opinionaires. Linda Hair is
shown interviewing an outstanding senior for the campus
profiles which is a capsule commentary on the students
past, present, and future.
Editors for second semester rush to meet the deadline
for a Winged Press edition. They are: Mr. C. G. DuBose,
Sponsor, Cynthia Holl and Beth Vogel, Co-Editors,
Ernest Schicle, Circulation Editorg Linda Hair, Make-Up
Editor, Mary jones, Exchange Editor, Julie Winn, Head
Typist, Reed Barnes, News Editor, jack Heath, Sports
Editor, Janis Bale, Copy Editor, Claude Belk, Sports
Editorg and Caci Cole, Girls, Sports Editor. Absent when
picture was made: Dave Stewart, Feature Editor, and
Nancylee Rast, Assistant Feature Editor. .
The press room is always an example of diligent workers such as Don Bushman, Reed Barnes, Treci Aston, Linda Gregory,
Janice Bowers, Jackie Schuster, Kitty McCaskill, Janis Bale, Naomi Abrams, Pat Edwards, Bill Warlick, Susan Reese, Bud
Cousar, Clyde Timmons, Ricky Durlach, and Nard Fleishman as they all do the jobs appointed to them.
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Officers of the Key Club, Mark Coplan, Vice-President, Mac i
Macmurphy, President, Bob Neely, Secretary, and Keith Belser,
Treasurer, sell light bulbs in order to raise money for many of
their service projects. Helping the club by a purchase is Mrs.
F. D. Roberts.
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F lora's lights often turn on at night when the
Key Club is at work behind the scenes to help its
school and community function smoothly. With
a cross-section of Flora boys as its members, the
Key Club is an excellent representation of our
school, and is responsive to all who wish its
This energetic service organization has the
responsibility of ushering at assembly, of raising
and lowering the Hag every day, and of perform-
food baskets at Christmas time is one of the Key
Club's many service projects. Seen doing this
are: Ben Miller, Colie Dyson, Claude Belk, Sandy 3
Daniel, and Edgar Morris.
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ing various other worthwhile duties around thei
school. In addition, they sell light bulbs, and they K
aid the Coodfellows in their annual Christmas l
food basket distribution. Besides being proud of
the local services rendered by these boys, Flora
students take pride in our Key Club's being anl
active participant in the nationwide Key Club,
program, and in Phil Leventis' being treasurer of l
the Carolinas, District.
Members of the Key Club consistently work to keep our school grounds clean and in good repair. In this picture some
of the boys are restoring cleanliness to the parking lot. They are Colie Dyson, Steve Cremer, Bob Neely, Sandy Daniel,
Carl Ellsworth, Keith Belser, John Freeman, Dave Merry, Pope Lawson, Nard Fleishman, Chip Burnett, Mark Coplan,
jack Heath, Bill johnson, Clyde Timmons, Bud Cousar, Johnny Parker, and Edgar Morris. Absent from picture: Bobby
Robinson, Claude Belk, Phil Leventis, Mac Macmurphy, Clint McCrory, Phil McClary, Sam Jeter, Steve Savitz, Mac
Coble, Ben Miller, Charlie jordan, and Mr. William Carson, Sponsor.
Anchor Club officers conduct an all-girl meeting on
cleaning up our school. They are: Reed Barnes, Senior
Director, Betsy Daniels, Junior Director, Nancy McMeen,
President, Ellen Seastrunk, Vice-President, Ellen DaVega,
Secretary, and Marshall Lipscomb, Treasurer.
Clubs Work Toward Coal
Contributions of the Anchor Club this year
have been those in which the members could give
service to the school and the community. These
loyal Falcons show true spirit and enthusiasm by
periodically cleaning the school grounds.
As several girls who still possess aching backs
will testify, the bonfire at Homecoming was
through the courtesy of the Anchor Club.
Helpfulness in civic affairs was another field in
which Anchor Club participated. Among the
For a major project of the year, Anchor Club dressed
dolls for the Salvation Army to distribute at Christmas.
Helping to pack these dolls are Betsy Cave, Ginny Lentz,
Sandra Brown, Cheryl Dorsey, and Mary Bistline.
numerous projects undertaken were ushering at
public affairs, assisting with the various fund
drives for the March of Dimes and American
Legion Auxiliary, and dressing dolls for the Sal-
vation Army at Christmas.
In contrast to this serious side 'is the fun-filled
nature of the club. Anchor Antics, a variety show
written and staged by the club members, was
presented in the spring. This grand finale ended
a very successful year.
Anchor Club members work continuously to keep the school grounds in good appearance. Here the members clean up
before Homecoming. They are: Mrs. W. D. Gray and Mrs. M. G. jordan, Sponsors, Sandra Dawkins, Barbara Roberts,
Tomi Dee Cray, Irene Knox, Susan King, Betsy Cave, Mary Bistline, Reed Barnes, Linda Denny, Honey Kropp, Ellen
Seastrunk, Sue MacMillan, Betsy Daniels, Dianne Meadows, Pat McLaughlin, Marshall Lipscomb, B'Anne Barnes, -Ckneeling
in frontj J, Charlotte Knox, Therese Toussaint, Caci Cole, Ann Arnold, Ellen DaVega, Mary Weston, and Marie Mitchell.
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NFL members who have obtained their Degree of Merit participate in a mock congress. They are: First Row: Miss
Gheesling, Sponsor, Lauren Brubaker, Patty Jenkins. Second Row: julia Henderson, Scharlene Nash, Kitty McCaskill,
Lilli Stern, Judy Fischman, Steve Curry, and Truman Hopkins. Third Row: Billy Stubbs, Amy Henderson, Edward
Wise, Carolyn Abernathy, Martenza Jones, Clyde Timmons, Dou Yates, Bill Kauric, and Phili Bushman. Absent when
picture was taken were: Bob Bowles, Bonnie Solomon, Lynnie Oglive, Lynn Whitehouse, Lyndla F etterley, Mary Iones,
Margaret Seay, Kenneth Shull, Lee McAden, Gaylin West, Judith Fischman, Janis Dickman, Malcolm johnson, Charlie
Terry, Theresa Mattox, Iohn Torri, and Charlotte Knox.
. F . L. Triumphs
Officers of the National Forensic League plan the Christ-
mas Banquet. They are: Carrington Salley, Social Chair-
man, Mark Archer, Social Chairman, Tommy Salane,
Publicity Chairman, Naomi Abrams, Historian, Luana
Floyd, Secretary, Mary Giles, Vice-President, and Mac
Once again the N.F.L. has worked outstand-
ingly for the entire year. Flora is honored to have
had the leading chapter in South Carolina-for
ever since its beginning the Flora chapter has
always attended the National Tournament.
The following honors have been won by the
Flora chapter of the National Forensic League
1963-1964: Stephen Savitz, a gavel for the best
presiding officer in the Senate at the Asheville
Congress, Mac Coble, a gavel for the best presid-
ing oflicer in the House at the Dentsville Con-
gress, Truman Hopkins, a silver medal for superior
speaker in the House at the High Point District
Congress, Mary Giles and Mac Coble, a trophy
for the best affirmative team at Emory University,
NFL debaters, Steve Savitz, Luana Floyd, Mary Giles,
Mac Coble, Bobby Salane, Mark Archer, and Tommy
Salane, practice debating against one another to prepare
for the debate tournaments in which they participate.
Departing for a speech tournament are the NFL members who have obtained
their Degree of Honor. They are: Dickie Sturkie, Sandra Dawkins, Kay Smith,
Bill Todd, Allen Jeffcoahgudy Hawkins, Carrington Salley, Mr. Preston Musgrove,
Sponsor, Iei-I Abrams, an Linda Denny. George Graab, Ginger Hill, Jayne Glass,
and Stephen Levkoif were absent when the picture was made.
first place, and best affirmative team in the South
Carolina 'Debate Contest-enabling them to at-
tend the National Speech Tournament at Akron,
Ohio in June, Mary Giles, second best speaker at
Emory and first place speaker in South Carolina,
Bobby and Tommy Salane, first place negative in
the South Carolina Debate Contest and tied for
second place speaker.
In the State Speech Contests, superior ratings
were won by Patty jenkins in dramatics, Luana
Floyd in extemporary, and Stephen Savitz in
Mrs. M. G. Lupold, the Flora Debate Coach,
was acknowledged as a superior coach and was
given a gold key symbolizing her achievement.
Mark Archer, Tommy Salane, Mrs. R. C. Gilbert, Sponsor,
Luana Floyd, Naomi Abrams, Bill Rosvold, Bobby Salane,
and Ricky Patterson look at the scrapbooks of Flora's
Three members of the NFL hold the Degree of Distinc-
tion. These three, Steve Savitz, Mary Giles, and Mac
Coble, with Mrs. M. G. Lupold, Sponsor, add the trophies
they won to the others won in previous years.
Forensic League activities. All have obtained the Degree
of Excellence in NFL work.
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Mr. Brasington instructs the JETS Club's members. First Row: Margaret Seay, Rhett Tindall, Billy Bridgers, Mike Byorick, Mr. Brasington.
Second Row: Cheryl Hartley, Clint McCrory, Mae Coble, Bill Pitts, Kenneth Shull, Chris Nuckols. Third Row: Tom Brock, Cheryl Parsons,
Therese Toussaint, Keith Belser, Randy Barre, David Detwiler. Fourth Row: Susan King, Amy Henderson, Reed Bames, Jack Heath, Vincent
Holloman. Fifth Row: Gene Simpson, Jeff Abrams, Hone Kropp, Larry Mauldin, George Little. Sixth Row: Bill Crown, Sam Jeter, Cheryl
McCoy, Abby McMurray, Ginger Hill. Seventh Row: Ricky Durlach, Phil Law, Peggy DeHamer, Judy Fischman. Absent when Picture was
Made: Ron Barrett, Don Bushman, Jincy Davis, Judy Hawkins, Cynthia Holl, Nancy Jervey, Mary Jones, Doug King, Jamie Stone, Bill
McWilliams, Theresa Mattox.
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The Falcon observatory was begun by the astronomy class
composed of JETS Club members. Pictured are Vincent
Holloman, Wesley Harris, Jamie Stone, Mr. Brasington,
Sponsor, Sam Jeter, Clint McCrory, Mike Byorick, Randy
Barre, and Don Bushman.
K. Blum Observator
The Junior Engineering Technical Society,
composed of fifty selected students, sponsors vari-
ous projects, programs, and field trips throughout
the year to promote interest in the Helds of sci-
ence and mathematics. Many such activities are
financed by the proceeds from the Ice Cream
Snack Bar which JETS members operate during
lunch periods. During the school year 1963-64,
the club's most important contribution to the
school has been the planning and building of the
school observatory which houses the 12Vz-inch
telescope constructed by the Telescope committee.
Doug King, Vice-President, Margaret Seay, Secretary,
Mr. Brasington, Sponsor, Mike Byorick, Treasurer, and
Clint McCrory, President, greet Dr. Layton, Head of
the Chemistry Department at the University of South
Mr. Blum and Mr. Williams of Columbia University, guest speaker, join in an experiment with the members and sponsors
of the Scientific Club of America. They are: Caroline jordan, Laird McMurray, Lee McAden, Steven Gardner, Harvey
Helman, Bill Wall, Bob Schuster, john Tilley, Allen Ieifcoat, Don Tomlin, Philip Bushman, Dana Mitchell, Mr.
Brasington, Sponsor, I. R. Fussell, Ioe Walters, Bill Benson, Mr. Williams, Mr. Blum, and Mr. Stokes, Sponsor.
Flora tudents Excel ln Scientific Achievements
Cynthia Holl won a trip to Wash-
ington, D. C., to present her
research paper, "The Laboratory
Induction of Vesical Calculi in the
Mus Norvegicus Albinus," to a
youth science congress. Seen here
with Cynthia in Washington is Mrs.
Tweed, who accompanied her.
Ricky Durlach shows his project on
"Hydrofoils" at a national science
exhibition in Albuquerque, New
Mexico. For this project he won a
trip aboard a Naval submarine.
Sam Jeter was selected as a repre-
sentative to "Youth Conference on
the Atom." Shown with Sam as he
leaves for Chicago are Mr. Low-
man, representative from the power
company which sponsored the trip,
and Mr. Brasington, who attended
the conference with Sam.
F. H. . Members Give
Ann McLain, President, shows Dianne Sturkie, Treasurer,
the cook books sold by F.H.A. for the "Brazil Project"
while Colette Davis, Secretaryg and Patty Rish, Vice-
President, look over recipes for exciting new dishes.
The F.H.A. of Flora is a widespread organiza-
tion working both for charity and for the better-
ment of their own skills. They started the "Brazil
Project" which has been adopted by other schools
throughout the state during the past year. This
spring, by raising funds in various ways, this
group sent a sizable check along with clothes,
food, and toys for needy families.
Girls who are members of the Future Home-
makers of America learn to be excellent seam-
stresses, cooks, and hostesses. Flora,s F.H.A. has
been well represented in many large contests,
such as the "Sew With Wool" competition.
Through their experiences, these talented young
ladies will be among the finest of the homemakers
As They Learn
Ierva Watson and Pat Denny, "Sew With Wool" con-
testants, model their lovely creations to other contestants
Linda Denny, Sara Richardson, Jackie Khars, and Pat
Mansfield. Absent when picture was made were: lane
Hicks, julie Hudson, Nancy Gardner, and Brucie Smith.
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F.H.A. members Sybil Grant, Linda Rodgers, Frances Galgano, Barbara Winneman, Fran Rivetta, Brenda Misenheimer,
Nancy Bartos, Dianne Kirby, Ian Hagen, Jeanette Leaphart, Marie Oden, A'Dell Lott, Margie Wise, Dianne Strohecker,
and Pam Osteen busily work around the Home Ec. kitchen testing recipes found in their cookbook.
In a Drama Club's meeting, Chip Griflin wins his point
against Mike McCravy as Louise Bailey is taken aghast-
Susan Reese meditates through it all.
Masquers Have A Ball
Miss Mary Garvin and Mr. Gerald Floyd, sponsors of the
Scarlet Masquers, aid the future "stars" in projecting
themselves to their audiences.
In a "light" sequence from "The Man Who Came to
Dinner," Danny Seibert prepares to drop Vickie Eslinger
as Donald Devet and Tom Garrick try to catch her.
"Beth, I think my contacts have slipped," cries Robin
Starin blindly as Beth Vogel applies a grease stick.
The Scarlet Masquers, the dramatics organiza-
tion at Flora, consists of approximately 80 stu-
dents-divided into two groups-half meeting
on either Wednesday or Thursday at activities
period. The oilicers of each group plan and pre-
sent a weekly program to the club members-
ranging from pantomimes to actual dramatizations
on phases of the theatre. The sponsors, Miss Mary
Garvin and Mr. Gerald Floyd, encourage student
participation in the programs. Representatives
from the Town Theatre, as well as local actors
and actresses, were among the guest speakers at
The major project for the year was a three-act
comedy by Moss Hart and George Kaufman,
"The Man Who Came to Dinner." By working on
this play, the students gained experience in act-
ing, building sets, doing make-up, collecting
properties, as well as many other facets of the
"You fresh thing!" exclaims Patty jenkins as Chip Griffin
winces. Edgar Morris, Iudy Corbett and Don Tew are
amused by it all. .
Falcon Band Adds That Gclilxtra
Mr. Cecil W. Johnston, Director, explains the "Marching
F" formation to the band officers: Bobby Dill, Second
Lieutenant, Larry Burchardt, First Lieutenant, Winnie
Beach, Head Twirler, and Gil Few, Captain.
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The Falcon Band of A. C. Flora High School is
divided into four separate units: the Marching
Band, the Concert Band, the Falconaires, and the
Twirling Falconettes. The Marching Band per-
forms at all home football games, other athletic
events, and parades. The Concert Band presents
annually a "Winter Pops" Concert, a formal
Spring Concert, and the Flora Band Festival.
Although the Falconaires have been in existence
only one year, they have already performed at
many dances and assemblies throughout the state.
Each member of the Twirling Falconettes also
plays an instrument in the Concert Band.
Under the direction of Mr. Cecil Johnston, our
band consistently gives superb performances. The
spirit of the Student Body rises tremendously
when the band is present at pep rallies, assem-
blies, and football games. This year something
new has been added-a basketball pep band.
Without it the spirit of many a Flora fan would
have been dampened.
Touohw To ll Football Games
Under the direction of Mr.
Cecil Johnston, the Falcon Band
strikes up with "Are You a Fal-
con?"' on the Commons Green.
First Row: Linda Denn , Linda
Shull, Marilyn R o th, Pam
Osteen, Louanne Lyles, Margie
Wise, KathihBurris, Bobby Dill,
Nancy Bur alter, and Connie
Hudson. Second Row: Betsy
Peele, Billy Stubbs, Gene Drake,
Pat Brelimer, Ronnie Wilson,
Lohnny Ramsey, Danny Dona-
ue, Walter Jones, Richard
Eunice, Kathy Brown, and Gil
Few. Third How: Judy Sandler,
Gaylin West, Susan Ahearn,
Tom Crow, Taylor Clarkson,
Dennis Ballentine, David Wal-
ker, Rosemary Byrd, Robert
Nichols, Billy Brown, Jay Know-
les, Byron Wyndham, Winnie
Beach, Scott Strohecker, and
Larry Burchardt. Absent when
picture was made: Pete Ridge-
way, Betty Bishop, and Mr.
D. R. Robinson, Asst. Director.
Mrs. Mattox, director of the Falconettes, always has time to show our "twirling" Falcons-Susan Ahearn, Louanne
Lyles, Betsy Peele, Winnie Beach, Linda Shull, Pam Osteen, and Marilyn Roth a new routine.
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The Girls, Sextet, composed of Peggi Kerlin, Carol Keller, The five All-State Chorus members from Flora practice
Joanne Calhoun, Judy Banks, and Lynnie Olive, selects together. They are: Bobby Andrews, Neal Martin, Peggi
an appropriate number to perform. Absent when picture Kerlin, Wayne N idiffer, and Lynnie Olive.
was made: Luana Floyd.
Chorus Entertains Falcons With Folk Singing '
The chorus members participate in a hootenanny. The members are: First Row: Martha Jo Heider, Suzette Neely, A
Patty Wall, Linda Smith, Susan Winders, Cindy Marks, Missy Roper, Harriet Torri, Lynnie Olive, Connie Aldrich, Wayne A
Nidiffer, Peggi Kerlin, Jim Turner, Luana Floyd, Neal Martin. Second Row: Alecia Sample, Becky Wilson, Nancy 1
Williams, Jeannine McCrary, Diane Bates, Joanne Calhoun, Sandra Moat, Martha Jones, Jane Green, Bobbie Piece, Gayle
Johns, Rosanne Rivkin, Dianne Stokes, Patty Foley. Third Bow: Bob Davis, Sandy Mickle, Tommy Brantley, Jimmy J
Halford, Jimmy Terry, Donnie Hatchell, Bobby Andrews, Julie Nettles, Jimmy McConnell, Judy Banks, Joyce Brown,
Mary Jones, and Mrs. Evans, Director.
The staff of the F alcon's Quill plan
for tl1e 1964 issue. They are Kay
Smith, Kathleen jeter, Pat Thomas,
Nelda Tuttle, Mrs. C. G. DuBose,
Sponsor, Susan Klink, Brenda Bow-
ers, Susan Dale Patterson, Becky
McConnell, Janis Bowers, Iudy
Corbett, Reed Bames, Roxy Shel-
lenberger, Kitty McKaskill, Indy
Sandler, and Anne Reese. Absent
when picture was made: Beth
Vogel, Dave Stewart, and Treci
The Falcon's Quill is published
in the spring of each year, in it are
found the best writings of the Flora
Clubs Stress Cccupational Goals
The Future Teachers of America
explore the teaching field, includ-
ing the opportunities and the many
areas of the teaching profession.
Caci Cole, president, explains the
program to fellow members: Becky
McConnell, Carol Ann Tilton,
Linda Hall, Gene Drake, Charlotte
Knox, Candy Lawson, Linda Gre -
ory, Louise Bailey, Tracy Richard-
son, Linda Eargle, Donna Muir,
Ann Marett, Pat Harper, Linda
Fetterly, and Sandra Brown, while
Mrs. Mildred M. Causey and Miss
Beverly A. Sanders, sponsors, look
on. Absent when picture was made
were Anita Andrews, Reed Barnes,
Anne Farmer, Luana Floyd, Lane
Garrick, Mary Giles, Eliza eth
Glenn, Nancy Wells, Cynthia Holl,
Connie Hudson, Shirley Olson, and
One of the projects of the Future
Business Leaders of America is the
production of the student directo-
ries. Members working toward this
are Mrs. james M. Wills, Sponsor,
Barbara Iordan, Steve Bluestein,
Bobby Lawrence, Donnie Burros,
Ann Oden, Franny Revetta, Don
Tew, jane Scarborough, Connie
Bone, Ierva Watson, Susan Quick,
Carol Glisson, Barbara Winniman,
Kay Hughes, Mary Satteriield, Stan-
ley Robinson, Brenda Misenheimer,
Linda Wall, Billy Iean Brown,
Deanie Barber, Mary Kate Jones,
and Mrs. M. G. Jordan, Sponsor.
Social Cabinet sponsors mixers, parties, and dances for the enjoyment of the student body. Selling do-nuts to raise
money for such events are: Connie Davis, Linda Cooper, Iohn Cely, Tim Staples, Chuck McCurry, Earl Kirkley, Bea
johnson, Kay Kellogg, Duke Lafaye, jerry Davis, Mrs. Richardson, Sponsor, Peggi Kerlin, Marie Mitchell, Iohnnie Bolt,
and Faye Mullinax.
Social Cabinet, Art Council Accentuate Flora
Fire posters, one of Art Council's many beneficial activities are being displayed by Billy Meetze, Betty Banks, Burt Moore,
Fran Fusco, Alice Marshall, Deanie Barber, Miss Montgomery, Sponsor, But ie Turner, June Speed, Thomas Evans,
Dianne Stokes, Catherine Hammond, and Bill Kauric.
Mrs. Bright and her library .assistants-Betty Christian, Judy Hawkins, Larry Griner, Pat Kauric, Chuck McCurry,
Dianne Bates, Mary Pat Bailey, Linda Ressler, Donna Danley, Jackie Schuster, Susan Dale Patterson, Mary Turner,
Tommy Ward, Sybil Grant, Pamela Jarriel, Linda Gregory, and Louise Bailey always work eiiiciently to keep magazines
and books in very neat order.
Library Assistants, Representatives Aid Students
And The Librar
Our library representatives, sponsored by Miss Jones, keep us informed of all our "debts" to the library. The repre-
sentatives helping Miss Jones with overdue slips are Sybil Grant, Kay Jones, Shirley Price, Grace Bennet, Luana Floyd,
George Crabb, Barry Moore, Bobby Hart, Jerry Burns, Bobby Merritt, Donnie Kinsey, Chip Burnett, Dan McLeod,
Tommy Ward, Harvey Helman, Jimmie Davis, Billy Biggs, John Face, Rodney Kinsey, Hoppy Hanson, Pete Mixson,
Andrea Bogen, Donald Devet, Betty Bishop, Julie Nettles, Kitty McCaskill, Catherine Hammond, Dolly Magrath, Betty
Love, and Linda Gregory.
Flora Services Are
Our Main Office assistants Ronald DeHart, Carol Dixey, Ronnie Asbill, Robin Starin, Annette Byrd, Nancy Lee Rast,
Treci Aston, Ian Caskey, Ginger Hill, I. R. Fussell, Carol Tilton, Dianne Burgess, Dianne Stokes, jackie Khars, and
Arthur Brown stay busy all day long aiding Mr. Blum, Miss Sease, Mrs. Mixson, and Mrs. Boulware.
Many people working together are necessary
for a huge school system like ours to be successful.
Services are an integral part of Flora, and with-
out them we could not operate. Office assistants,
both in the main ollice and the little school offices,
perform the various duties which keep our school
Mr. Stokes, Sponsor, and the P.A, Announcers, Donald
Devet, Vicki Eslinger, Robert Iohnson, Ellen DaVega,
and George Thomas, give us important information and
instructions every morning and afternoon.
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in action. Other students volunteer to assist teach-
ers in varied capacities. Pictured here are only a
few of the many services rendered at Florag but
all of the cooperative help of the students is
Mrs. Rowe, our dietician, supervises the serving of
healthy school lunches in our very popular cafeteria.
ppreciated B All
Mr. Fisher always does an excellent job of keeping Flora's
Mrs. Davis, our nurse, replenishes her supplies.
The Football Program Committee: Angela Bult-
man, Ginny Lentz, Charlotte Knox, Co-Chair
mang Rhetta Hartin, Betsy Cave, and Anne
Farmer, Co-Chairmang plans the layout for a
The A.V.A. assistants are concerned with daily distributing the A.V.A. equipment as well as running it and making
repairs. Helping Mr. Quattlebaum and Mr. Arnold, Spons ors, distribute the projectors are Jerry Burns, Bob Johnson,
Vincent Morrow, and Wesley Porterfield.
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Guardians of the locker room, equipment room, laundry
room, F1ora's managers, john Hart, Wally Evans, Bay
Dent, and Sonny Nunn, pack up before a game.
For several years a vital part of Flora's athletic machine,
trainer Larry Herbert tapes up team Captain Claude Belk
Head Coach jim Pinkerton goes over team strategy with
his able assistant Mr. Frank Richardson.
Falcons Are Area Champions
Man Players Win Honors
"Flora 17, Rock Hill 14." With this headline
and a magnilicent 9-3 record, A. C. Flora com-
pleted another tremendous season.
Although pre-season forecasts showed little
hope for the Falcons, the indomitable spirit of
the boys, plus the coaching genius and hard-shell
discipline of Coaches Pinkerton and Richardson,
produced a well-knit, never to-be-forgotten team.
Many of our players were awarded post season
honors as tribute to their iine performances. Pope
Lawson, Sandy Daniel, Byron Bigby, Claude
Belk, John Freeman, and Bill johnson were named
to the All-Area team, with honorable mention
going to John Macmurphy and Art Fusco. These
Falcons and many others combined to make the
1963-1964 season a season to remember.
Pope Lawson was Flora's leading ground gainer. Named
Area Back of the Year and Area Player of the Year, as
well as first team All Big 16 and All-Area Halfback,
Pope will be back next year to lead the Falcons.
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First Row: Iimmy Bailey, Hank Elder, David
Dunlap, Claude Belk, Captain, Colie Dyson,
Sandy Daniel, Chad Burris, John Freeman,
Bill Johnson, and Les Pilcher. Second Row:
Bob Neely, Ricky Boyce, Chris Nuckols,
Pope Lawson, Byron Bigby, Bobby Reynolds,
Chuck Pulos, Dave Stewart, Hoppy Hanson,
Bobby Andrews, and Iay Pearson. Third
Row: Perman Chavious, John Macmurphy,
Larry Little, Ray Twork, Sonn Metze,
Hunter Clarkson, Dickie Tighe, oils Davis,
Sammy Pruett, Cleveland Derrick, and
Loran Fraser. Absent when Picture was
Made: Phil Leventis.
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Football Camp Pays Uff
A. C. Flora has in its summer training camp a
training method unique in this area. For the last
two weeks of the summer, Flora's football hope-
fuls live at the school, sleeping in the gym and
eating in the cafeteria. The boys practice twice
a day and attend lectures in betweeng but, as the
pictures above and below show, the Falcons en-
joyed every minute of it.
Boys study plays and get in shape during football camp.
Last minute advice to Bill johnson, leading tackler of
Chavious crushes a ball carrier while Pulos moves in to
get in on the fun.
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Flora's Fabulous Four-Daniel, Fusco, Lawson and Belk pull out for a sweep.
Prospects Good For Next Year
Bigby shows his form.
Lawson digs for open Held.
Excelsior, Dunlap, Excelsior!
With very few experienced players back this
year, the Falcons exceeded all expectations and
moved on to a Winning season. Next yearls team
will have much greater experience. With men like
Daniel, Lawson, johnson, Fusco, Dunlap, Pil-
cher, Dyson, Pruett, Little, Twork, and Chavious,
returning, the future looks bright indeed for next
What a happy moment for the new Miss Scarlett and Blue-Miss Ann McDonald and Barbara Roberts, Maids of
Honor, appear radiant, as the festivities progress.
Homecoming- A Time Worth Remembering
F lora's second annual Homecomin was for
many Falcons the brightest game of tie season.
Football, fun, and fall blended together to make
this year's festivities the best yet and to set a high
standard for years to come.
During the day, pep rallies kept spirits high.
"S irit watery was provided after school, and just
belgore game time the Falcons whooped it up
while the Gamecocks burned in eliigy at the
annual bonfire rally.
Followin a short tea, sponsored by the cheer-
leaders ant? Home Economics Department, the
parade to Memorial Stadium began. Sponsors and
The Falcon Float, built by the Key Club,
leads the march to the stadium.,
A tea, sponsored by the Home Economics Department, begins the
special guests shivered in their open convertibles
while Key Club,s Falcon Float swayed happily in
the cool night air.
The half-time ceremonies were climaxed by the
naming of Miss Scarlet and Blue, Nancy McMeen,
and her lovely attendants, Barbara Roberts and
Oh yesl There was a football game. The Fal-
cons rolled over Sumter by a score of 20 to 7,
continuing their march to the Area Championship.
This yearls Homecoming-truly A TIME WORTH
First Row: Earle Kirkley, Wayne Shealey, Darrell Jabour, Steve Sturtevant, John Face, David Duifie, jerry Bums, Frank Barton, Cleveland
Derrick, Bernard Bigby, and David Stalworth. Second Row: Ricky Boyce, LaRue Penny, Tommy Coleman, Larry Fink, Vemon King, Bobby
Giles, Carey McDaniel, Al Granzo, Ricky Thomas, Tim Staples, Bil McRoberts, and Richard Byers. Third Row: Charles Davis, Fred Fellers,
George Derrick, Robin Brinkley, Henry Thomas, Heyward Douglas, Bobby LaMotte, George Wise, Dan Kuykendall, Ricky Praete, and Twig
. Vfs Compile 10-2 Record
This year's junior Varsity team, coached by
Mr. Warner Montgomery and Mr. Al Hough, is
one of the best in school history. Even after losing
a great many players from last year's ,champion-
ten and two record for the year. Next year, Flora's
varsity will be counting heavily on the stren th
and skill of these boys to produce yet anot er
winning Falcon team.
ship team, the boys performed well, compiling a
Left: Flora's hardworking I. V. Cheerleaders-Judi Bihari,
kuyce Hedgecock, Shery Gomez, Brenda Gregory, and Kay
ellogg were a welcome sight at I. V. games, leading cheers
q for the winning team
oaches Al Hough and Wamer were the
Crayton nd Keenan Provide Future Stars
The B-squad, composed of ninth graders from
Crayton and Keenan, is a training ground for
future I.V. and Varsity teams. This year's team,
under the able leadership of Coaches Ierry Red-
man and Ioe Weathers, compiled a 6-8-1 record.
Flora expects much in the future from these
Managers Ieff Fuller and jack O'Neil pack up for a game,
while trainer Bobby Hart checks the medicine chest for
jerry Redman has done a tremendous job this year in
teaching football fundamentals and rules to our B-squad.
First Row: Howard Sheftman, Gaston Fairey, Bill DuPre, Ben Mixson, and Tony Herman. Second Row: Allen Guignard, Mark Shealy,
Phil Rhine, Danny Huey, and Cla johnson. Thirdyliow: Ben Derrick, George McMurray, Sam Yates, Pat Tomlin, and Franklin Jones. Fourth
Row: Randy Whitlock, Larry Jordan, Bobby Benson, Ronnie Corn, and Bobby Aroneclc. Fifth How: Mike Riley, Jack Hanson, Steve Darling,
Tom Carrick, Lewis Lanier, Char Jeter, and Marion Stafford. Sixth Row: julio Gutierrez, Mike Wyatt, Tommy Bruce, Iohn Barre, and Dan
Ellis. Seventh Row: Boyd Parsons, Sam Thomas, Robin lanes, Tom Hepfer, and Eric Helsing. Eighth Row: Fred Crowe, Marshall Kibler,
George Fairey, Bud Jones, Lee Thomas, and jimmy Pin erton. Ninth Row: George Leventis, Ronnie Cassereau. Tenth Row: Max Boyle,
john Brantley, Walter McCoy, Richard Davis, Bobby Cely, and Clinch Heyward. Absent when Picture was Made: John Winbum, Joey
Gillis, Larry Wise, and David Zeller.
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Managers john Linton and Sonny Nunn prepare the
whirlpool bath to ease all player's muscular injuries.
Coach Albert Hough holds last minute briefing with
jerry Scurry, Captain and Nard Fleischman, Co-Captain.
Falcons Capture lst Cit Championship
Proud of their finest winning season, the Flora Falcons surround their noble emblem. First Row: Bobby Giles, Bobby l
Merritt, Sandy Daniel, Nard Fleischman, Mac Rhine, and Cary Silveriield. Second Row: john Lown, Frankie Lemond,
Jerry Scurry, Billy Neal, Phil McC1ary, Ken Williams, john Walther, and Ray Twork. Absent from picture: Donnie Kinsey.
Ieny Scurry, forward. With remarkable skill and speed,
len? Scurry has played all three positions with notable
pro ciency. His awards which include All-City and State
Tournament, All-Area, and All-Regional AAA Player is
a fitting tribute. His power to sink the ball in a squeeze
enabled the Falcons to capture many a victory.
enior Players Spark
Who can forget the thrill, warmth, color, and
unity of a basketball game? This sensation, ex-
perienced only once in a lifetime, is captivated
by memory. This golden age is marked by com-
petition, motivation, and determination. Basket-
ball is but a minute part of this age. Still, it is
one definite part which We will cherish as a time
Bountifully supplied with players of height,
speed, and accuracy, Coach Albert Hough has
accordingly produced a varsity team second to
none. This team has always provided a thrilling
exhibition-exerting its strength and abilities in
an almost uncanny way. With only two seniors
leaving, next year's expectation should far exceed
this year's. The trust placed in them has stirred
the team to uphold the grandeur of the soaring
Nard Fleischman, guard. In his last year of playing,
Nard has increased his knowledge and skill of perform-
ance. His "no clutch' ability has won him the respect
and admiration of fellow players. Due to this, he was
selected as Area Player of the Week.
Returning next year, Frankie Lemond, selected as both
an All-Regional and All-Area Player, proves that four
against one is fair.
From toil and tears comes victory. Coach Hough gathers his victorious Falcons after any number of Dreher games
Fans Enjoy Performance Of Their Boys
Sandy Daniel cleans
the boards as the Fal-
cons romp on Sumter
Jerry Scurry goes high
for two after a pass
I. V. Has Outstanding ll-3 Record
In all sports there is a period of training before
the time of glory. The junior varsity is no excep-
tion to this rule. Because of their interest and
hard work, Flora students will always have a var-
sity team good enough to represent their alma
l The junior varsity coach, Mr. Jerry Redman,
has led his team to an envious record of eleven
wins to only three losses-winning very decisively
' over our closest rivals. This is concrete proof that
our future varsity will have the strength and
experience to overcome any and all obstacles it
Oangeburg . . . 64 81
Florence . . . . 66 51
Sumter . . . . . 38 30
Columbia . . . . . 50 51
1 Brookland-Cayce . . . 82 19
Aiken .... . . 59 60
Orangeburg . . . 57 51
Columbia . . . . 54 52
Aiken . . . . . 69 33
L Columbia . . . . 64 52
1 Columbia . . . . . 68 58
Sumter ..... . . 53 58
Brookland-Cayce . . . 71 36
1 Florence . . . . . 64 51
Coach Jerry Redman and Manager Alan Weis have the
responsibility of preparing varsity material.
In a break after practice, the J.V.'s gather for a picture. First Row: Ralph Hendrix, Boe Harwell, Peyre Scurry, Tommy
Garvin, and Jim Williams. Second Row: Frank Weed, Billy Crum, Pat Patterson, Art Brooks, Rodney Kinsey, and Benny
Moore. Third Row: Alan Tinder, Bobby Dawkins, Cleveland Derrick, and Lee Taylor. Absent from picture: W. D. Morris.
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Distance runners Hunter Clarkson, Iay Pearson, Bill
Mixson, and Barry Moore take a warm-up lap.
Assistant Coach Al Hough and Manager Iohnny Parker
go over practice times with Coach Frank Richardson.
Records Fall ln 1964
The nineteen sixty-four track season should be
the best yet for A. C. Flora. New school records
have been set in many events. Standouts for the
cindermen include Carl Ellsworth, Ronnie Asbill,
and Pope Lawson in sprints, Ricky Praete in the
440, Jay Pearson in the half-mile, and Bob Neely
in the pole vault and the shot put. The many
younger boys on the team will make Flora's track
squad a competitor for the seasons to come.
Resting on the high-jump pit, the track team finds time for a picture. First Row: Ronnie Asbill, Frank Fusco, Bill
johnson, Bill Mixson, Barry Moore, Terry Hughey, Gaston Fairey, jack Whitton, Carl Ellsworth, Ricky Praete, Cary
McDaniel, and Larry Fink. Second Bow: John Macmurphy, Hunter Clarkson, Bob Neely, Keith Belser, Pope Lawson,
Robert Cely, Frank Little, Ken Shull, Iohn Lown, john Walther, Bill Johnson, Benny Moore, Henry Thomas, john Barr,
Luke Lentz, Dale Reynolds, Byron Bigby, Jay Pearson, and-Darrell Iabour.
Come on Bob, heave it! urge Keith Belser, Byron Bigby,
and John Macmurphy as Bob Neely shows his form in
putting the shot.
Frank Little takes off as other track men watch.
trong ompetition parks Victory
Ouch! That's a long way clown! exclaims john Barr as
he glides over the bar.
A winning combination-Lawson to Ellsworth.
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Coach Jim Pinkerton sits through an anxious moment
during the season's opener.
Manager Ray Dent and john Hart gather their wares
before the Lancaster game.
With many senior standouts such as catcher
Tommy Linton and Hrst baseman Steve Hendley,
this year's baseball team promises to be the best
in F lora's history. Much will depend on the pitch-
ing ability of David Stallworth and on David
Dunlap's shortstop plays.
Under the coaching of Mr. jim Pinkerton, the
boys have been given lessons in sportsmanship
and fairplay. H S
Tommy Linton slams a long one in the Dreher game.
Diamond Nine Aim For Best Season Ever
The Baseball team relaxes in the new dugout for a picture. Back Row: Perman Chavious, Sonny Meetze Bobby Giles,
Tommy Linton, Larry Little, Chuck White, Albert Whiteside, Steve Hendley, Frank Basnett, Colie Dyson, David
Dunlap, jay McAlister, Ricky Boyce, jack Barwick, and john Floyd. Front Row: David Stallworth, Art Fusco, Sammy
Pruett, Dan McLeod, and Stanley Robinson.
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Third baseman jay McAlister makes it look easy. Sonny Meetze snaps,0ne in centerield,
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Out at first! Steve Hendley makes the play.
Pitcher Frank Basnett shows his form in the Lancaster
Shortstop Albert Whiteside moves in for the
Golf Team Rated
The Golf team, having finished fourth in the
State High School Tournament last year, is look-
ing forward to an even better season under the
guidance of Mr. Raymond L. Coxe, the team's
coach. With Hne playing expected from Bobby
Foster, Danny Fulmer, Steve Huggins, and Robert
Tobias, the Falcons can be expected to preserve
the excellent name that Flora holds in all sports.
The team gathers for a picture during a practice round
at Spring Valley Country Club. From left to right: Mr.
Raymond L. Coxe, coachg Steve Drafhn, Bobby Foster,
Koot Dawson, Dana Mitchell, Danny Fulmer, captaing
Dwight johnson, Robert Tobias, Craig Bacorn, and Cary
Silverfield. Absent when picture was made: Steve Huggins.
Danny Fulmer, team captain, and Mr. Raymond L. Coxe,
coach, discuss Robert Tobias' tee-shot as Bobby Foster
and Koot Dawson look on.
Robert Tobias blasts from one of the many hazardous
bunkers at Spring Valley during the match with Florence.
Bobby Foster, Columbia City Champion, shows the driv-
ing style that enabled him to capture the title.
A nightmare shot? For some, yes-for Gary Silverfield, no.
Allen Robinson practices his serve at an afternoon session.
Captain Randy Barre and Sponsor W. E. Carson, jr.,
head for Orangeurg for an out-of-town match. '
The Falcon Tennis Team pauses before a practice.
First How: Johnny Wingfield, Newton Hornsby, Gerald
Bridgers, Tom Bell, David Belser. Second Row: George
Little, Allen Robinson, Allan Pregnall, Randy Barre, and
Duke Lafaye. Absent when picture was made: Bill Reese.
Netmen Have Potent
After the more rigorous sports of football, bas-
ketball and baseball have become merely spec-
tator sports, the unique game of tennis will still
be played by the old as well as the young. In
high school, tennis is in the background. But in
later years it will become stronger in the memory
of all. The greatly appreciated influence of the
sponsor, Mr. W. E. Carson, will be most strongly
remembered by the tennis players.
George Little shows his strength and skill in a volley.
High ranking team members, Allan Pregnall and johnny
Wingfield, practice their doubles game.
The Girlls Athletic Association is an organiza-
tion that not only provides a useful way for girls
to spend their afternoons but promotes friendship,
leadership, good sportsmanship, and many good
times to remember. Through Mrs. Marshall's and
Miss McDonald,s sponsorship, these girls have
been able to excel in their athletic endeavors.
All four girls, Peggy MacMillan, Irene Knox, Caci Cole,
and Charlotte Knox, grab for the ball hastily as the game
approaches its end.
Brenda Mathias retums the serve while Tracy'Richard-
son, Karen Marshall, and Ann Middleton wait for the
Mrs. jay Marshall and Miss Ianice McDonald, sponsors
for the C.A.A., take inventory over all the equipment.
Virginia Stewart is hoping for a bu1l's eye while Mary Turner is preparing to shoot.
Feminine Falcons Participate In ports
Ruthie Turner, Virginia Stewart, and Dawn Giles
attempt to catch the deck tennis ring as Irene
Knox anxiously watches.
After Charlotte Knox's brilliant serve, Peggy MacMillan prepares
to slam it back.
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The students begin the Miss Falcon Contest every year by casting
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of glitter, glue, and cut cardboard on the gym floor . . . melody and words of the new "Miss
The long awaited night finally arrives!
All dresses are lovely, ready and wait-
ing . . .
Falcon Song" to be introduced . . .
Her heart Hutters a little and perhaps skips a beat as all eyes turn and focus
on her . . .
The excited, chosen contest- Beautiful visions of satin, net, and taifeta
ants Hrst learn of their accept- take shape in each girl's mind as she
ance through the Winged diligently searches for "the" dress . . .
Press . . .
Buying a dress is one thing but waiting
for November 27th is another. Day-
dreams and perhaps a little excitement
dwell in each girl's heart as she waits . . .
Time grows shorter and excitement mounts higher as each is told Though always lovely, the girls go one step further
where to walk and stand on the eve of contest . . . and experiment with glamour . . .
These are the judges . . .
The Chosen . . .
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the last class is over in that old familiar classroom
down the hall, a lingering good-by is finally said.
You strain to wave an instant more. The year is
Only yesterday these halls lived for you, with
you, through you, vibrant, teeming, awash in the
tears and laughter of emerging life. But now it's
not the same. Now it's just a lonely gym, a dusty
hallway, an empty chair. It's a hazy pictiu'e
splashed on life's too-shallow face, memories that
merge and drift away, sinking, shifting, fading.
These were your friends, this was your life.
Nineteen sixty-four . . . A TIME WORTH
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ABRAMS, NAOMI REGINA-Scarlet Masquers, Sketch Club,
"Onions in the Stew", Art Council, Homeroom Secretary, "The
Egg and I", Libbary Assistant, Supply Room Assistant, N.F.L.,
First Place Dramatic Interpretation State Speech Contest, Fourth
Place N.F.L. Regional Speech Toumament in Dramatic Interpre-
tation, Winged Press Staff, N.F.L. Degree of Excellence, Inter-
naitignal Day Invitiations Committee, Drama Club, Joumalism
C u .
ANDREWS, ANITA LOUISE-Dramatics Club, Ofiice Assistant,
Cheerleaders Club, G.A.A., French Club,.Knitting Club, Scarlet
Masquers, Bridge Club, F .T.A., Problems Club, Girls' Basketball,
Exchange Assembly, Blumer Bowl, Winged Press Staff, Senior
Class Club, Psychology Council, Intemational Day Publicity
Committee, International Day Homeroom Committee.
ANDREWS, ROBERT DEWITT-"B" Squad Football, Football
Club, Bridge Club, Sketch Club, J.V. Football, Varsity Football.
ARMSTRONG, NOLAN LAWRENCE-Radio Club, Library As-
sistant, AVA Club, Aero Club, Golf Club, Chess Club, Current
Events Club, Senior Invitations Committee.
ARNOLD, BARBARA ANN-Student Council, Pep Club, Fresh-
man Beauty, FALCON Staff, Book Club, Homeroom Treasurer,
Problems Club, Blumer Bowl, International Day Committee,
Marriage and Family Relations Club, Annual Club, "Miss
FALCONv, Valentine Representative, Bridge Club, Social Cabinet,
Anchor Club, Drama Club, Office Assistant, Secretary Scarlet
Masquers, International Day Banquet Committee, Exchange
Assembly, Senior Class Club, "Miss Scarlet and Blue."
ARNOLD, EVAN GENE-Electronic Club, Vocabulary Club,
Aero Club, Checker Club.
AULL, HELEN HUNTLEY-Future Nurses' Club, G.A.A., Con-
temporary Literature Club, Current Affairs Club, Senior Banquet
Entertainment Committee, National Merit Semi-Finalist.
AYERS, CANDACE ELIZABETH--Pep Club, Library Assistant,
Bridge Club, Honorable Mention in Art, Office Assistant, Mar-
riage and Family Relations Club, Scarlet Masquers, Homeroom
Secretary, Track Team, Girls' Basketball, Public Relations Club,
Blumer Bowl, International Day Escort, Psychology Council,
Sailing Club, Intemational Day Grounds Committee, Class Night
Committee, Senior Banquet Committee, Cheerleader Repre-
BAILEY, JAMES FREDERICK-Homeroom President, Library
Representative, Homeroom Vice-President, Social Cabinet, Pep
Club, Bridge Club, "B" Squad Football, Mixed Chorus, Football
Rules Club, J.V. Football, Football Club, Psychology Club,
Senior Class Club President, Varsity Football. A
"VVhat time do you get oif work, Santa?"
BALLENTINE, DENNIS CARROLL-Current Events Club, Aero
gulls, Checker Club, Amity Club, Band, Book Club, Bridge
BANKS, JUDITH DIANNE-Chorus, Secretary-Treasurer Home-
room, Girls' Sextette, Knitting Club President, Drama Club,
Chorus Club, Office Assistant, Library Representative, Y-Teens,
National Honor Society, Literary Yearbook Stalf, Best Typist of
the Year, Bridge Club, Intemational Day Escort, Intemational
Day Student Speaker, Chairman Welfare Committee Student
Council, Senior Sermon Committee, Problems Club, Senior Class
Club, Exchange Assembly.
BARBER, DEANETTA LEIGH-Sketch Club, Library Assistant,
Art Council, Biology Club, Bridge Club, Pep Club, Modern
Dance Club, F .B.L.A.
BARNES, REED RYERSON--G.A.A., Library Representative,
National Honor Society Treasurer, Scholarship Committee,
Anchor Club Senior Director, Bridge Club, Scarlet Masquers,
Ofiice Assistant, Contemporary Literature Club, Girls' Basket-
ball, Cheerleader Re resentative, Joumalism Club Program
Chairman, FALCON StaB, Library Assistant, French Club, F.T.A.,
Graduation Committee, International Day Luncheon Committee,
Blumer Bowl, Problems Club, JETS Club, P.E. Leaders Club,
Knitting Club, Winged Press News Editor.
BARNHILL, JOANNE ALICE-French Club, Knitting Club,
Bridge Club, Pep Club, Marriage and Family Relations Club,
BARRE, RANDALL GILBERT-National Honor Societ , JETS,
FALCON Staif, Pep Club, Annual Club, Scholarships andy Projects
Club, Tennis Team, Vice-President JETS, Vocational Guidance
Committee, N.F.L., Spirit Committee, Public Relations Club,
Office Assistant, Chess Club, Traffic Safety Convention, Rock
Hill Latin Forum, Honor Society Tutor, Bridge Club, Chairman
of Problems Committee JETS.
BARRETT, RONALD ALAN-Sports Club, Singing Falcons,
Scientific Vocations Club, Bridge Club, Science Fair Award,
JETS, Chess Club, Stringed Instrument Club, Projects Club,
National Honor Society, Exchange Assembly, Science Fair Com-
mittee, Aero Club, Literary Yearbook Staff, Senior Sermon
Committee, Senior Banquet Script Writer.
BARRETT, SAMUEL JAMES, JR.--Bridge Club, Red Cross Club,
Bible Club, Social Cabinet.
BASNETT, FRANK RAY-J.V. Football, Baseball, Sportsman
Club, Football Rules Club, Bridge Club, Checker Club, Singing
Falcons, Red Cross Club. '
BATSON, REGINALD FLEMING-Hunting and Fishing Club,
BECKHAM, ROBERT SAMUEL, JR.-Bridge Club, Book Club,
Red Cross Club, Bible Club. '
BELK, CLAUDE HAMILTON, JR.-Key Club, "B" Squad, J.V.
,Football, Student Council, President of Junior Class, Secretary
of Sophomore Class, Palmetto Boys' State, "B" Squad, Varsity
Basketball, Winged Press Staff, Football Club, Basketball Club,
Problems Club President, Homeroom President.
BELLINCER, GEORGE KINSLER, JR.-AVA, Chess Club,
Hunting and Fishing Club, Radio Club, Senior Class Club.
BELSER, KEITH BAKER-President of Student Body, National
Honor Society Vice-President, Treas. of Key Club, Sports Editor
of FALCON, District Chairman State Honor Societ Federation,
South Carolina Association of Student Councils Deliegate, South-
em Association of Student Councils Delegate, National Merit
Finalist, Grand Prize A. C. Flora Science Fair, Grand Prize State
JETS Science Fair, Superior Award National JETS Science Fair,
Navy Science Cruiser Award, Second Place City Science Fair,
Third Place Regional Science Fair, Exchange Assembly, JETS,
N.F.L., Degree of Honor, Degree of Merit, Third Place in
Declarnation Southern District -N.F.L., J.V. Football, Varsity
Football, Homeroom Vice-President, Homeroom President, Stu-
dent Council, Superior Award State JETS Science Fair, A. C.
Flora Science Fair Chairman, Angier B. Duke Scholar.
BENNETT, LUCIUS DAVID-Pep Club, Chess Club, Athletics
Rules Club, Sports Club, Archery Club.
BENSON, ELIZABETH LORRAINE-Homeroom President, Art
Council, Bridge Club, Problems Club, Joumalism Club, Winged
Press Staff, National Honor Society, Psychology Club, Senior
Class Club, Sketch Club.
SENIOR DIRECTORY-Continued I
BERRY, BRIAN DAN IEL-Student Council, Homeroom President,
Library Assistant, Chess Club, Bridge Club, Aero Club, Checker
gulls, Electronics Club, Sports Club, Library Club, Vocabulary
BERRY, JUDITH HELENE-F.H.A., Marriage and Family Re-
laticians Club, Oilice Assistant, Bridge Club, F.B.L.A., T.I.O.
C u .
BIBBO, BRENDA EILEEN-Y-Teens, F.H.A., F.T.A., Future
Nurses' Club, Nurses' Oilice Assistant, Library Assistant, Senior
BODIE, JOSIAH WALTER, IV-Checker Club, Senior Class
Club, Football Club, Hunting and Fishing Club, Problems Club.
BOGEN, ANDREA HARRIETT-Chess Club, Records Club,
G.A.A., Oliice Assistant, Problems Club, Puppet Club, Vocabu-
lary Club, Bridge Club, N.F.L., Marriage and Family Relations
Club, Library Representative, Psychology Club.
BOWERS, JANIS ELAINE-Library Representative, Drama Club,
Chorus Club, Mixed Chorus, Y-Teens, Knitting-Club, Ollice
Assistant, National Honor Society, Homeroom Vice-President,
International Day Escort, Bridge Club, Personal Typing Club,
Winged Press Staff, Senior Banquet Committee, Contemporary
Literature Club, Senior Class Club.
BRADLEY, DENNIS STEPHEN-Chess Club, Checker Club,
Scrabble Club, Archery Club President, Coin Club.
BRINKLEY, EDYCE BOSWELL-Bridge Club, Knitting Club,
Pep Club, Records Club, Sketch Club, Marriage and Family
Re ations Club, National Honor Society, Student Council, Sail-
ing Club, Graduation Committee.
BROCK, THOMAS RALPH, JR.-JETS, Bridge Club, Track
Team, Track Rules Club, Gymnastics Club, Homeroom Inter-
national Day Committee, Math Club, National Honor Society.
BROOKS, CLARA SUZANNE--Knitting Club, Archery Club,
Bridge Club, Office Assistant, Sketch Club.
BROWN, JUDITH TON DRA-Checker Club, Bridge Club, Home-
room VicePresident, Homeroom President, Blumer Bowl, Prob-
lems Club, Girls' Basketball, Homeroom Secretary, Senior Class
Club, Psychology Club, Beach Club, Record Club, Drama Club,
Annual Business Club, Football Programs, Chorus Club, Y-Teens.
BROWN, LOUISE MARION-Transferred from Gainesville, Flor-
ida, National Honor Society, Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer,
Senior Class Club, Knitting Club, Exchange Assembly, T .I.O.
Club, Football Programs. -
BROWN, SANDRA MARIE-Pep Club, Second Prize in Flora
Biology Science Fair, Anchor Club, Exchange Assembly, N.F.L.,
Dramatics Club, FALCON Staff, Annual Club, Winged Press Staii,
F.T.A., Joumalism Club, Parliamentarian F.T.A., Knitting Club,
Oliice Assistant, Football Programs, National Honor Society.
"Waitl I've lost my contacts!"
BRUNSON, GEORGE WASHINGTON, JR.-Social Cabinet,
Homeroom Vice-President, Pep Club, Bridge Club, Library Rep-
resentative, Golf Club, Senior Club, Sailing Club.
BULTMAN, ANGELA COMERFO Student Council, Senior
Class Club, Psychology Council, Brid e Club, Pep Club, Alter-
nate Girls' State, Gra uation Committ e, Public Relations Com-
mittee, P.E. Leaders, Y-Teens, Annual lllub, Exchange Assembly,
Marriage and Family Relations, Oilice Assistant, Homeroom
Vice-President, Chairman of Fund Rai ing Committee for Senior
BUNCH, GEORGE HENRY, III-Record Club, Coin Club,
Checker Club, Hi-Y, J.V. Baseball, Varsity Basketball Manager,
Current Events Club, Basketball Clubs Rock and Mineral Club,
Hunting and Fishing Club, Amity Cl .
BURCHARDT, LARRY KEN NETH-B nd, Falconaires, Pep Band,
Baseball, City All-Star Band, Chess Club, German Club, F alcon's
Quill Staff, Senior Club, Second Llt. Band, First Lt. Band,
Jazz Club, Concert Band, Bridge Club, Typing Club, Journalism
Club, Exchange Assembly, Intematiorial Day Representative.
BURNETT, GEORGE REDDING-Track, Astronom Club, "B"
Squad Football, Forensic Club, Arcliely Club, Track Club, J.V.
Football Manager, Football Club, Brtidge Club.
BURNETT, WOODS WANNAMAKER-Checker Club, Social
Cabinet, Bridge Club, Problems Club, Homeroom President,
International Day Homeroom Committee, Puppet Club, Home-
room Vice-President, Key Club, Typing Club, Senior Class Club,
Sailing Club, Library Representative.
BURRISS, JOHN HAY-Bridge Club, Records Club, Sketch Club,
Hobby Club, Library Representativ , Homeroom Vice-President.
BUSHMAN, DONALD OTTO, JR. Homeroom President, Sing-
ing Falcons, Forensic Club, Math lub Vice-President, Camera
Club, JETS, Photographer Football Team, FALcoN, Winged
Press, J.V. Football Manager, Varsity Football Manager, Cafe-
teria Assistant, Chess Club, P.A. nnouncer, Superior Award
State JETS Science Fair, Honora le Mention National JETS
Science Fair, Drama Club, Che istry Lab Assistant, Spirit
Committee, National Honor Soci ty, International Day Com-
mittee, Aero Club, Literary Yearbook, Vice-President German
Club, JETS Trip Committee Chaiiiman, Youth Optimist Award,
Assistant Editor the FALCON, Na 'onal Merit Finalist, Junior-
Senior Dance Committee.
BYORICK, EDWARD MICHAEL, JR.-Treasurer JETS Club,
National Honor Society, Secret y-Treasurer Camera Club,
Exchange Assembly, National erit Finalist, Chess Club,
Stringed Instrument Club, Singing Falcons, German Club,
Science Projects Club, Aero Club, Telescope and Observatory
Construction Committee, First Pl ce in Physiographics in Reg-
ional Science F air, Superior Ratin in National JETS Science Fair.
BYRD, CAROL JANICE-F.H.A., -Teens, Scrabble Club, Home-
room Secretary, Secretary of Jdumalism Club, Bridge Club,
Family Living Club, Archery Club, F.B.L.A. Projects Chaimian,
State Convention, Senior Club.
BYRD, JOSEPH SIMON, JR.--Spo Club, Sketch Club, Athletics
Rules Club, Hunting and Fishin Club.
CALLAWAY, ROYALL, JR.-Dramatics Club, Chorus, Writers'
Club, Psychology Club.
CALVO, LYNN CROOME-Natio al Honor Society, Bridge Club,
Senior Class Club, Social Cab'net, Ollice Assistant, Knitting
Club, Marriage and Family R lations Club, Y-Teens, F.H.A.,
Exchange Assembly, "Miss Fla e," Intemational Day Luncheon
CANNON, JOHN EVERETTE-I unting and Fishing Club, Robes
CASTIER, JOHN LEWIS, JR. 'ports Club, Coin Club, Football
CAVE, ELIZABETH McNAIRTStudent Council, Art Council,
Winged Press, Homeroom President, Problems Club, Anchor
Club, Bridge Club, Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, International
Day Committee, Football Pro ams Committee, Sailing Club,
Senior Class Club, Office Ass stant, Chairman Problems Com-
mittee, Student Council, Pep ,lub, Archery Club, P.E. Leaders,
Annual Club, Social Committ , Class Night Committee.
CASE, ANNA LEE-Pep Club Library Assistant, French Club,
Nurses' Club Projects Cha' an, Joumalism Club President,
Knitting Club, FALCON Busin ss Staff, Senior Class Club, Psy-
chology Club, Problems Club, Senior Projects Committee.
CHESNEY, DEAN GALE-N.F.L., Athletic Rules Club, Winged
Press Staff, Track Club, Library Representative, Rock and Min-
eral Club, Scrabble Club, Senior Graduation Committee, Senior
Class Club, Amity Club, Golf Club.
CHILDRESS, JAMES HOPKINS-Transferred from Charlotte,
N. C., Bible Club, Folk Singing Club, Key Club, Honor Society
President, Honor Society Vocational Guidance Committee.
CHRISTMAS, CHARLIE RONALD-Chess Club, Travel Club,
International Relations Club, Junior Future Teachers, Latin
Club, Basketball, Red Cross Representative, Cheerleaders' Club,
Sports Club, Checker Club, Amity Club.
CHRISTMUS, PATRICIA RAY-Book Club, Library Assistant,
Knitting Club, French Club, Marriage and Family Relations
Club, Annual Club, Bridge Club, Senior Class Club, Psychology
Club, junior-Senior Dance Committee.
CLARKSON, HUNTER LANG-Sports Club, Chess Club, N.F.L.,
Personal Typing Club, Annual Club Business Club, I.V. Foot-
ball, Cafeteria Assistant, Hall Monitor, Forensic League, Track
Team, Track Club, Varsity Football, Sailing Club Programs
COBB, FURMAN MARTIN, IR.-Archery Club, Checker Club.
COBLE, PARKS MCLENDON, JR.-N.F.L., Degree of Honor,
Merit, Excellence, Distinction, Special Recognition Award, De-
bate Team, Varsity Debate Team, First Place South Carolina
Debate Tournament, First Place Georgia Invitational Tourna-
ment, Second Place Barkly Forum Debate Toumament, Chess
Club, Math Club, P.A. Announcer, Science Projects Club, Per-
sonal Typing Club, IETS, National Honor Society Secretary,
Treasurer, Library Assistant, President District Library Associa-
tion, President Homeroom, President Flora N .F .L., Senior Sermon
Committee, Optimist Youth Award, National Merit Finalist,
Key Club, Vocational Guidance Committee, Honor Society, Best
Presiding Officer Dentsville Oilicial N.F.L. Congress, State and
District Library Association, Commencement Speaker.
COLE, CATHERINE POWE-Girls' Basketball, G.A.A. President,
Secretary, Anchor Club, Problems Club, Monica Arbenz Tennis
Tournament, Exchange Assembly Committee, Christmas Assem-
bly Program, Bridge Club, Senior Class Club, Chorus, F.T.A.
President, Senior C ass Night Committee, Senior Invitations Com-
mittee, Track Team, junior-Senior Dance Committee, State Con-
vention of F .T.A., Homeroom Secretary, Cheerleader Represen-
tative, Publicity Committee International Day, Football Programs
Committee, Thanksgiving Assembly Program, Ioumalism Club,
International Day Homeroom Committee, Dramatics Club, Liter-
ary Yearbook Contributor.
COLEMAN, ARTHUR WARD-Student Council, Bridge Club,
Pep Club, Chorus, Boys' Yiartet, Junior-Senior Dance Commit-
tee, Typing Club, Art Clu , Hunting and Fishing Club.
"But I've got a royal flush!"
COLEMAN, SARA HELEN-Bridge Club, F.H.A., Pep Club,
Book Club, Problems Club, Puppet Club, Psychology Club,
Senior Class Club.
COPLAN, MARKEY BERYL-Assistant Editor and Editor-in-
Chief of FALCON, President of Freshman and Sophomore Class,
Secretary of Student Body, Key Club Vice-President, So homore
Director, Student Council, National Honor Society, Delegate to
State Honor Society Conv., Union, S. C., Delegate to State Stu-
dent Council Conv., Sumter, S. C., Vice-President of Psychology
Council, Varsity Cheerleader, Inter-school Council, International
Day Committee, Short Stor in South Carolina Literary Year-
book, President, Vice-Presidlent, Secretary-Treasurer of Home-
room, Problems Club Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer, Social
Cabinet, Pep Club, Bridge Club, Annual Club, Spirit Committee,
Optimist Youth Award, National Merit Letter of Commenda-
tion, Vice-President of City Youth Council, Selected as "Top
Teenager" by principal for Columbia Record, Public Relations
Chairman Student Council, Youth Government Day.
CORBETT, JUDITH PATRICIA-Social Cabinet, Senior Sermon
Committee, International Day Invitations Committee, Senior
Journalism Club, Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, Drama Club,
G.A.A., Winged Press Staif, Girls' Basketball, Student Council
Finance Committee, Library Representative, F.H.A., Oflice As-
sistant, Welfare Committee, Bridge Club.
CORN, LINDA RUTH-Transferred from Spartanburg, S. C.
Senior Club, Exchange Assembly.
COX, NANCY ELIZABETH-Exchange Assembly, Oiiice Assist-
ant, junior Red Cross, Pep Club, Drama Club, Library, Repre-
sentative, Library Assistant, Chorus Club, Bible Clu , Girls'
CREMER, STEVEN MARC-Homeroom President, Bridge Club,
Chess Club, Vocabulary Club, Student Council Problems Chair-
man, Winged Press Staff, Oilice Assistant, FALCON Business
Staff, International Day Committee Chairman, Journalism Club,
Basketball, Blumer Bowl Chairman, International Day Chaimian,
Basketball Club President, Vice-President of Problems Club,
Exchange Assembly Committee, Optimist Youth Award, Ex-
CROOM, GWENDOLYN LEE-Transferred from Richmond,
Virginia, English Club, Annual Business Club, French Club,
Senior Class Club, Bridge Club, Homeroom Secretary, Class
Night Committee, House Committee Intemational Day.
CURRIE, CHARLES STEPHEN-Transferred from Statesville,
N. C., Exchange Assembly, Band Announcer, Psychology Council,
N.F.L. Club, Best Speaker at Flora Congress, Special P.A.
Presentations, Falcon Day Announcer, Spirit Committee, Inter-
national Day Publicity Committee, Winged Press Stail.
DANIEL, WARREN MARTIN, JR.-Hunting and Fishing Club
President, Bridge Club, Knitting Club, Social Cabinet, Records
Club, Sportsman Club, Homeroom Vice-President, "B" Squad
Football, Baseball, Track, Cheerleader Representative.
DAVIS, MARGARET IINCY-Gennan Club, Bridge Club, JETS,
Senior Banquet Committee, Current Events Club, F .T.A., Na-
tional Honor Society, Writer's Club, Library Assistant, Girls'
Glee Club, Vocational Guidance Committee.
DAVIS, MARION HILL-Bridge Club, Readers Club, Problems
Club, Coin Club, Oiiice Assistant, Checker Club.
DAVIS, PAULA COLETTE-F.T.A. Treasurer, F .H.A. Secretary,
G.A.A., Oilice Assistant, Y-Teens Inter-Club Council Repre-
DAVIS, ROBERT THOMAS-Transferred from Columbia High,
Dfaanatics Club, Checkers Club, Senior Class Club, Psychology
C u .
DAWKINS, SANDRA GAIL-Secretary of Student Body, Girls'
Nation, Girls' State President Pro Tempore of Senate, National
Merit Finalist, Anchor Club, Activities Editor of F ALCQN, Miss
DAR, National Honor Society Secretary, Delegate State Student
Council Convention, Beaufort, S. C., Senior Sermon Committee
Chairman, N.F.L. Degree of Merit, Degree of Honor, Interna-
tional Day Luncheon Committee, Senior Class Club, Student
Council, NOMA Spelling Award, Social Cabinet, Annual Club,
Football Program Committee, Drama Club, Office Assistant,
Bridge Club, Homeroom President, Newspaper Club, French
Club, Arts and Crafts Club, American Field Service Exchange
Finalist, Merit Scholar.
DEAVER, ROBERT EUGENE-Coin Club, I.V. Football, Foot-
ball Club, Aero Club, Problems Club, Amity Club.
DENT, RAY EPPES-J.V., "B" Squad Football Manager, Varsit ,
J.V. Baseball Manager, JETS, Football Rules Club, Chess Club,
Basketball Rules Club, Track Club, Radio Club President,
Audio-Visual Aids Club, AVA Assistant, Lost and Found As-
sistant, Bridge Club, P.A. Announcer and Instructor, Basketball
Announcer, Concession Stand Aid, "Goody Room" Aid, Elec-
tronics Club Vice-President, Trade and Industrial Club, Gradu-
ation Committee, C.B. Club, Intemational Day Escort, Office
DETWYLER, DAVID WILLIAM-JETS, Chess Club, Aero Club,
Senior Banquet Committee, Projects and Scholarships Club,
National Honor Society, Band, Merit Semi-Finalist, Science Fair
Award, National Merit Finalist.
DILL, ROBERT GORDON-Concert and Marching Band, Fal-
conaires Dance Band Manager, Pep Band, Unifomi OfIicer,
Second Lieutenant in Band, Jazz Club, Chess Club, Checkers
Club, City All-Star Band, Pep Club, Reading Club.
DIXEY, CAROL LILLIAN-Transferred from Greensboro, N. C.,
Homeroom Secretary, International Day Guest Committee, Inter-
national Day Escort, Drama Club, Bridge Club, Ofiice Assistant,
DODENHOFF, ANNIE LOUISE--Transferred from Brookland-
Cayce High School, Bridge Club, Pep Club, Drama Club,
DORSEY, CHERYL ANN-Transferred from Charlottesville, Vir-
ginia, Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, President, Problems Club,
Anchor Club, Dramatics Club, Senior Class Club Secretary,
Annual Club, FALCON Staff.
DRAFFIN, STEPHEN THOMPSON-"B" Squad, J.V. Football,
"B" Squad, J.V., Varsity Basketball, Golf Team, Golf Club,
Basketball Club, Bridge Club, Rock and Mineral Club, French
Club, Track Team, Track Rules Club, Homeroom Vice-President,
DRAKE, JAMES FRANCES-Pep Club, Varsity Football, J.V.
Football, "B" Squad Football, Football Rules Club, Bridge Club,
Hunting and Fishing Club Secretary-Treasurer, Sketch Club
Social Chairman, Library Representative, Track Club, Basketball
Rules Club, Homeroom Vice-President, Chess Club.
EADDY, VVILLIAM PAUL-Bridge Club, Chess Club, Sketch
EDWARDS, JANICE MARGARET-N.F.L., Bridge Club, Tennis
Toumament, Blumer Bowl, Literary Yearbook Contributor, Sen-
ior Joumalism Club, Winged Press Staff, Office Assistant, Na-
tional Honor Society, International Day Assembly Committee,
Problems Club, Girls Basketball.
ELDER, HERBERT HAMPTON-Sports Club, Singing Falcons,
J.V. Football, Varsity Football, Football Players Club, Track
Team, Track Club, Homeroom President and Vice-President,
Social Cabinet, Problems Club, National Honor Society.
"So what were you expecting-steak?"
ELLSXVORTH, CARL ANTHONY-V7ce-President of Junior
Class, Homeroom President, Vice-Predident, Student Council,
T rack Team, Track Club, "B" SquadlFootball, J.V. Football,
Varsity Football, Football Rules Club, Sketch Club, Senior Class
Club Vice-President, Chairman of Gift Committee, Psychology
Club, Problems Club, Key Club, Spdrts Club, Records Club,
Bridge Club, Blumer Bowl Coach, Chaimian of House and
Grounds Committee of Student Council, NOMA Spelling Award.
FARMER, ANNE GUYTON-Sketch Club, Bridge Club, Prob-
lems Club, Student Council, Homeromm Vice-President, Inter-
national Day Luncheon Committee, llrlomeroom International
Day Chairman, Delegate to Student C 'uncil Convention, Sumter,
S. C., Inter-School Council, Delegalle to Student Council at
Dcntsville, S. C., Pep Club, Social Cabinet, Library Representa-
tive, N.F.L., Archery Club, F.T.A. Pfesident, Psychology Club,
Senior Class Club, Football Programd Committee Chairman.
F ETTERLY, LYNDA DALE-Drama .Club, N.F.L. Social Cabi-
net, F.T.A., Problems Club, Pep llub, 'Winged Press Staff,
Student Council, International Day ommittee, Senior Banquet
Committee, Exchange Assembly, Office Assistant, Marriage and
Family Relations Club, Girls' Basketball, Blumer Bowl.
FEW, GILBERT EUGENE-Band Captain, Drum Major, All-City
Band, All-State Band, All-State Ofchestra, Columbia Festival
Orchestra, Bible Club, Typing Clubi
FLEISCHMAN, BERNARD SIMON, JR.-Varsity and J.V.
Basketball, Key Club Sergeant-at-A s, Student Council, Home-
room President, Graduation Con mittee, Spirit Committee,
Winged Press Staff, Library Repr sentative, Homeroom Com-
mittee of International Day, Hou e and Grounds of Student
Council, Track, Basketball Club, Golf Club, Bridge Club,
Checkers Club, Athletic Rules Clu , Problems Club.
FLOYD, LUANA RACHEL-Librairy Representative, Chorus,
Girls' Sextette, Bridge Club, Prob 'ems Club, N.F.L. Secretary,
National Honor Society, F.T.A., lass Night Committee, Ex-
change Assembly, Senior Class Club, Debate Team, Main Ofiice
Assistant, Second Place Girls' Extehip. N.F.L. District, All-State
Chorus, G.A.A. f
FRASER, LORAN GORDON--Tra sferred from Montevallo, Ala-
bama, Varsity Football, Bible Clllb, Homeroom President.
FREEMAN, JOHN MITCHELL-Transferred from Spartanburg,
S. C., Key Club, National Honor ociety Vice-President, Varsity
Baseball, Varsity Football, Presi ent of Student Body, King
Teen, Bible Club Vice-President, Folk Singing Club.
FULMER, DANIEL EUGENE-lolf Club, Records Club, Li-
brary Representative, Golf Team, Homeroom Vice-President,
Office Assistant, Bridge Club, Prqblems Club, Senior Class Club.
FUSSELL, CLAIRE LU-G.A.A.,l F.H.A., Future Nurses' Club
President, Treasurer, Bridge Clu , National Honor Society, In-
ternational Day House and Gr munds Committee, Math Club,
GALGANO, FRANCES MARIE-Transferred from Cardinal
Newman High School, Y-Teen., F.H.A., English Club, Office
GARRICK, JANE MARIE- omeroom Secretary-Treasurer,
F.T.A. Parliamentarian, Modern Literature Club, G.A.A., French
Club, Social Cabinet, Library epresentative, Library Assistant,
Writers' Club, P.E. Leaders C ub, Biology Club, Bridge Club.
GILES, MARY KATHLEEN-Secretary of Freshman Class, Stu-
dent Council, Homeroom Pre ident, National Honor Society,
Girls' State, N.F.L. Degree o Merit, Excellence, Honor, Dis-
tinction, Best Debator in S. C. tate Contest, First Place Debate
Team in S. C., First Place Ne ative Team, Univ. of Ga., S. C.
Delegate to National Debate Tournament in Houston, Texas,
Activities Co-Editor, Editor FALCON, Vocational Guidance Com-
mittee, Senior Sermon Committee, Spirit Committee Chairman,
Problems Club Vice-Presidenlt, N.F.L. Vice-President, Social
Cabinet, Library Representative, Belk's Advisory Board, Ameri-
can Field Service Finalist, Gi ls' Nation Altemate.
GILLAN, PAMELA CELEST -Transferred from Wiesbaden,
Germany, Pep Club, Bridge Club, F.T.A., Senior Class Club
GLENN, ELIZABETH LUMRLKIN--Transferred from' Sewanee,
Tennessee, Homeiioom Secret ry-Treasurer, F.T.A., Bridge Club,
N.F.L., Drama C ub.
GOFORTH, DELBERT JAM S, JR.-Stringed Instrument Club,
Bridge Club, Exchange Asslembly, C.B. Radio Club, Current
Events Club, Sportsman's Cllub, Library Representative, Hobby
Club, Sailing Club, Coin Cl , Astronomy Club, Scientific Voca-
tions Club, Aero Club.
GONZALEZ, MARIA ANGELES-Transferred from Fort Knox,
Kentucky, Typing Club, Senior Class Club, T.I.O. Club.
GOOLSBY, DANIEL CLAYTON-Pep Club, Library Representa-
tive, Book Club, Records Club, Hobby Club, Sketch Club,
Bridge Club, Readers' Club, Senior Class Club, Psychology Club.
GORDON, LANEZ CARITA--Pep Club, Bridge Club, Senior
Class Club, Sketch Club, G.A.A., Library Representative. ,
GRAHAM, JOHN MACDOWELL-Sportsman's Club, Record
Club, Sketch Club, Puppet Club, Senior Class Club, Psychology
Club, "B" Squad Football.
GRANT, JOHN BYNUM, III-Typing Club, National Honor So-
ciety, Amity Club, Homeroom President.
GRANT, SYBIL ANNETTE-Pep Club, Y-Teens, F.H.A. Writers'
Club, Knitting Club, Marriage and Family Relations Club,
Library Assistant, Library Representative,
GRAY, T OMI DEE-Problems Club Secretary, Homeroom Secre-
tary, Bridge Club, Public Relations Club, G.A.A., Homeroom
Vice-President, Student Council, Annual Club, FALCON Business
Staff, Chairman Intemational Day Ball, Homeroom President,
Girls' Basketball, Chairman International Day Luncheon Com-
mittee, Psycholo Club, Senior Class Club, Anchor Club,
Exchange Assemllily Committee, Social Committee, Senior Ban-
GRAYSON, MARY FRANCES-French Club, Pep Club, Bridge
Club, Annual Club, Problems Club, Marriage and Family Rela-
tions Club, Robes Committee, FALCON Business Staff, G.A.A.,
Y-Teens, Oilice Assistant, Library Representative, International
Day Luncheon and Decorating Committee.
GRIER, RALPH ERSKINE, III-Transferred from Dreher High
School, Chess Club, Poetry Club.
GRIFFIN, CALVIN ASHBY-Art Council, Arts and Crafts Club,
Bridge Club, Oiiice Assistant, Drama Club President, Vice-
President. N.F.L., Scholarships and Projects Club, Aero Club,
Sailing Club President.
HALL, LINDA LOUISE-Bridge Club, French Club, Winged
Press Staff, Journalism Club, Problems Club, Reading Club,
Senior Class Club, Psychology Council Club, Y-Teens, Oiiice
Assistant, Football Programs Committee, Literary Yearbook
Cont1'ibutor, NOMA Spelling Award, International Day Home-
coming Committee, F.T.A., N.F.L.
HAMLIN, LINDA DIANNE-Reader's Digest Club Secretar ,
History Club, Pep Club, Future Nurses' Club, Problems Club,
Book Club Treasurer, Marriage and Family Relations Club,
Sketch Club, Checker Club.
HAMMOND, CATHERINE SPANN-Sketch Club, Bridge Club,
F.H.A., Knitting Club, Art Council, Annual Business Club, Sail-
ing Club, Library Representative, FALCON Business Manager.
"What do you mean it's not coke?"
HAMPTON, SANDRA FAYE-Y-Teens, Sketch Club, Bridge
HARPER, PATRICIA GALE-Pep Club, N.F.L., Problems Club,
F.T.A., Exchange Assembly, Senior Class Club, Psychology
Council, Drama Club, Book Club, G.A.A., Reader's Club.
HARRIS, JAMES WESLEY--AVA, Homeroom Vice-President,
Aero Club, Sailing Club, Senior Class Club, JETS, Telescope
and Observatory Construction Committee.
HARRIS, JENNIFER RAY-Bridge Club, Homeroom Vice-Presi-
dent, National Honor Society, Chess and Checker Club, Knitting
Club, Math Club, Senior Invitations Committee, House Com-
mittee for International Day.
HARRIS, JENNY SUE-Y-Teens, F.H.A,, Band, Checker Club
Vice-President, Bridge Club, Marriage and Family Relations
Club, N .F.L., Senior Class Club, Psychology Club, Oiice Assist-
ant, Pep Club.
HART, JOHN ELLISON, JR.-Checker Club, Chess Club Prob-
lems Club, Hobby Club, Homeroom President, "B" Squad Foot-
ball Manager, Current Events Club, Bridge Club, Varsity Foot-
ball Manager, Amity Club, Philosophy C ub.
HARTLEY, CHERYLE DIANNE-JETS, Senior Sermon Commit-
tee, Pep Club, Records Club, Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer,
Homeroom Vice-President, Red Cross Club Secretary-Treasurer,
HASTINGS, MARY KATHRYN-Marriage and Family Relations
Club Social Chairman, Bridge Club, F .B.L.A., T.I.O. Club.
HATCHELL, JOHN DONALD-Hunting and Fishing Club,
Checkers Club, Bridge Club, Sketch Clu , Current Events Club.
HEATH, JACK HOWARD, JR.-Sports Editor of Winged Press,
Key Club, Homeroom Vice-Presi ent, Senior Robes Committee,
International Day Brochure Committee, Amity Club Co-Chair-
man, N.F.L., Journalism Club, Scholarship and Projects Club,
JETS, Mathematics Club, Sketch Club, Athletic Rules Club, "B"
Squad Football, Chess Club, Coin Club, National Honor Society.
HENDERSON, AMARINTHIA LOWNDES-N.F.L. Degree of
Merit, National Honor Society, National Merit Finalist, Senior
Robes Committee, "Onions in the Stew," Columnist for Colum-
bia Record, Drama Club, Forensic Club, National Merit Finalist.
HENDLEY, STEPHEN NEWBY-Bridge Club, J.V. Baseball,
Xgiiriity Baseball, Current Events Club, Checkers Club, Amity
u . .
HENDRIX, MARGARET GAIL-Varsity Cheerleader, Pep Club
Psychology Club, Homeroom President, Homeroom Secretary
Treasurer, Junior Copy Editor of FALCON, Homeroom Vice
President, "Miss Senior," Fashion Re resentative to White'
Department Store, Golf Club, P.E. Leager, Bridge Club.
HERBERT, LARRY ROBERT-Co-Captain, Head Manager anu
Head Trainer of Football Team, Exchange Assembly Committee,
Basketball Club, Baseball Manager.
HEYWARD, ALBERT RHETT, III-Hunting and Fishing Club,
Sailing Club. '
HICKS, JANE KATHERINE-International Day Escort, Falcorfs
Quill Staff, Typing Club, Senior Class Club, Senior Robes Com-
mittee, Head Maiorette, Bridge Club, Social Cabinet, Y-Teens
Club, Oflice Assistant, Homeroom Treasurer, Drama Club, Girls'
Sextette, Pep Club.
HOLL, CYNTHIA LOUISE-Winged Press Staif, Co-Editor-in-
Chief, News Editor, Make-Up Editor, Nat'1 Merit Letter of Com-
mendation, Senior Robes Committee, F .T.A., Delegate to NASA-
NSTA Regional Youth Science Congress, Hampton, Va., Dele-
gate to National Youth Science Congress, Washington, D. C.,
JETS, Superior Rating S. C. JETS Science Fair, Excellent Rating
National JETS Science Fair, International Day Assembly Com-
mittee, Escort, French Club President, Modern Literature Club,
Scholarships and Projects Club, Joumalism Club, Bausch and
Lomb Optical Co. Medal "Outstanding Senior in Science," Folk
Music Club, JETS, Second Place Anatomy Division A. C. Flora
Science Fair, First Place Sr. Biology Division at Central S. C.
Regional Science Fair, Best Girl at Columbia College in Biology
Division, SCEA Scholarship for Summer Science Workshop,
First Place Over-all for Girls at Regional Science Fair, Finalist
National Science Fair International, French Club President,
Modegngsiterature Club, Scholarships and Projects Club, Journal-
ism Cu .
HOLLAND, LEANDER JAN-Checker Club, Audio-Visual Aid,
Radio Club, Track Club.
HOLLOMAN, VINCENT ALAN-National Honor Society, Chess
Club, Checker Club, N.F.L., JETS, Juvenile Jury, Telescope and
Observatory Committee, Honorable Mention A. C. Flora Science
Fair, Art Council, Arts and Crafts Club, Sketch Club, Photogra-
phy Club, Homeroom Secretary, Projects Club, Aero C ub,
HOPKINS, TRUMAN ALEXANDER-Transferred from Augs-
burg, Germany, German Club, N.F.L., Superior Representa-
tion-High Point, N. C. Congress.
HUGGINS, JOHN STEPHEN-Golf Club, Record Club, Hobby
Club, Sketch Club, Hunting and Fishing Club, Golf Team.
HUMPHREY, NANCY ANN-Bridge Club, Pep Club, Y-Teens,
Records Club, Social Cabinet, Book Club, Newspaper Club,
Winged Press Staff, Library Representative, Otlice Assistant,
Annual Club, Exchange Assembly, Senior Class Club, Psychol-
ogy Club, Cheerleader Representative.
HUMPHRIES, THOMAS MICHAEL-Golf Club, Football Club
Homeroom Vice-President, Homeroom President, Track Club,
Rock and Mineral Club, Athletic Rules Club, Winged Press
Staff, Amity Club.
JENKINS, WANDA GAYLE-Library Assistant, Oflice Assistant,
Bridge Club, Pep Club, Homeroom Secretary, Homeroom Vice-
President, Social Cabinet, Library Representative, Problems
Club, Family Living Club, Senior Club.
JETER, SAMUEL ARTHUR--Astronomy Club, Science Projects
Club, Camera Club Secretary-Treasurer and Vice-President,
JETS, National Honor Society, Student Council, Chairman House
and Grounds Committee, Forensic Club, Key Club, National
Youth Conference on the Atom.
JOHNSTON, ELIZABETH KINCAID-Library Representative,
Bridge Club, Pep Club, Sketch Club, Art Council, Social Cabi-
net, Book Club, Problems Club, Senior Class Club.
JONES, CAROL ANN-Sketch Club President, Arts and Crafts
Club, Archery Club, Marriage and Famil Relations Club, An-
nual Business Club, Library Assistant, Bridlge Club, T.I.O. Club.
JONES, LEGRAND, JR.-Sketch Club, Pep Club, Bridge Club,
Coin Club, Chess Club, Checker Club.
JONES, LEONARD KIRBY-Coin Club, Aero Club, Problems
Club, Checker Club, Senior Club.
JONES, MARY KATE-F.H.A., Y-Teens, Bible Club, Knitting
Club, F.B.L.A., G.A.A., Recreation for Girls.
JONES, MARY LAURA-N.F.L., JETS, Spirit Committee, Winged
Staff, Exchange Assembly Committee, Problems Club,
Scarlet Masquers, Journalism Club, Teenage Book Club, Office
Assistant, Bridge Club, Gennan Club, Pep Club, Art Council,
Did you know that the average number of seeds in a bite of
watennellon . . .
International Day Homeroom Comnggtee, Senior Class Night
Committee, International Da Lunch I n Committee, Girls' Bas-
ketball, Blumer Bowl, Football Program Committee, FALCON
Business Staff, Our Times Scholarshipf Winner, NOMA Spelling
Award, Knitting Club, Homemaker of Tomorrow.
JORDAN, CHARLES FRANK-"B" Smiuad Basketball, J.V. Bas-
ketball, Sports Editor of Winged Press, Journalism Club Presi-
dent, Editor of Winged Press, Homeioom President, Chairman
of Publicity Committee for International Day, Senior Invitations
Committee, Student Council, Key Club, Senior Counselor.
KARNAZES, EUGENIA ANDREA-FALCON Business Manager,
Assistant Business Manager, International Day House Com-
mittee, Activities Committee, Ball Cdmmittee, Psychology Club,
Senior Class Club, Bridge Club, Y-Teens Reporter, G.A.A.,
Chorus Club, Editor of Y-Teen Newsl Y-Teens Inter-Club Coun-
cil, Annual Club, Blumer Bowl, Girlsl Basketball, Problems Club,
Ollice Assistant, Student Council Assistant, Drama Club, Scarlet
Masquers, "Her Emergency Husban '," Winged Press Staff.
KAURIC, WILLIAM BAILEY-Che s Club, Sketch Club, Art
Club, Art Council, N.F.L., Forensicf Club, Coin Club, Library
Assistant, Art Class Assistant, Senior ,Banquet Committee, N.F.L.
Degree of Honor. J
KELLER, CAROL F RANGES-Bridgb Club, Arts and Crafts Club,
French Club, Falcon's Quill St! , N .F .L., Drama Club,
Girls' Sextette, Exchange Assembl. , National Honor Society,
Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, Ho eroom Vice-President, Sen-
ior Class Club, Psychology Club, L brary Assistant, President of
Library Club, Scholastic Art Award, A. C. Flora Art Awards,
Senior Gift Committee, State and District Library Association.
KING, MARSHA SUSAN-Pep Clu, , Knitting Club, Treasurer
Freshman Class, Bowling Club, G3.A., N.F.L. Secretary, Drama
Club, Oilice Assistant, Modem ,ance Club, Problems Club,
Annual Club, Bridge Club, Journalism Club, Varsity Cheer-
leader, National Honor Society, JETS, Exchange Editor Winged
Press, Editor Winged Press, Anchor Club, Miss Jr. Hi-Miss,
Student Council, Publicity Winge Press, Class Night Commit-
tee, International Day Luncheon ornmittee, Spirit Committee,
American Field Service Finalist. Q
KIRBY, SUSAN DIANNE-F.H.A., Y-Teens, Knitting Club.
KNOX, CHARLOTTE GRAHAM Chorus Club, N.F.L. Degree
of Merit, Homeroom Secretary1Treasurer, Volleyball Team,
Track Team, G.A.A. vice-President, Student Council, Girls'
Basketball Co-Captain, Captain, P.E. Leaders President, Most
Valuable Member G.A.A., Outstanding Member G.A.A., Anchor
Club Co-Chairman Interschool Crziunci , Library Assistant, OHice
Assistant, Winged Press Staff, Se or Journalism Club, Co-Chair-
man Football Programs Committeb, Junior Olympic Track Team,
State and District Library Associ tion, Senior Class Club, Social
Cabinet, Senior Gift Committee, F.T.A., International Day House
and Grounds Committee, Intemafional Day Escort.
KNOX, JUDDIE IRENE-ChoruS,lN.F.L. Degree of Merit, Office
Assistant, P.E. Leaders, G.A.A., Track Team, Girls' Basketball,
Anchor Club Safety Committee, French Club, Library Repre-
sentative, Senior Class Club, S nior Gift Committee, National
Honor Society, Vocational Guid ce Committee, Social Cabinet.
KROPP, FRANCES HENNIETT -G.A.A., Art Club Secretary,
Oflice Assistant, Art Council, Triack Team, Bridge Club, Senior
Journalism Club, Sketch Club, Girls' Basketball, Science Fair
LAUB, GEORGE RUDOLPH, J .-A.V.A., Bridge Club, Chess
Club, Radio Club, Senior Clas Club.
LAW, JOHN ANTHONY-Trans erred from Dillon, S. C. Drama
Club, Senior Class Club.
LAWSON, CANDACE OUINN--F.T.A. Historian, Blumer Bowl,
Archery Club, Girls' Basketbal , Psychology Cub, Senior Class
Club, Bridge Club, Homero Secretary-Treasurer, N.F.L.,
Homeroom Vice-President, Ch ss Club, Book Club, Problems
Club, Library Representative, Irgternational Day Ball Committee,
Football Program Committee, rench Club.
LEAPHART, JEANETTE MAR ARET-F.H.A., Y-Teens Secre-
tary, Treasurer, Social Chairma , Office Assistant, Knitting Club,
LEVENTIS, PHIL PETER- ice-President Sophomore Class,
Vice-President Inter-School uncil, Treasurer Student Body,
Boys' State, Boys' Nation, Boy ' Nation Supreme Court, Student
Council, President Senior Cla s, Key Club, Treasurer Carolinas
District Key Club, Problems C ub, President Senior Club, Varsity
Football, J.V. Basketball, V sity Track, Football Rules Club,
Delegate to Key Club Intemational Convention, International
Day Committee, Delegate to Southern Association of Student
Councils Planning Conference, Homeroom President, Oiiice
LIGON, MARSHA JEAN--Drama Club, N.F.L., Sketch Club, Art
Council, Typing Club, Illustrations for Falcorfs Quill, Knit-
ting Club, Football Programs Committee.
LINTON, THOMAS SOUTHWOOD, JR.-Amity Club President,
Checker Club President, Varsity Baseball, Homeroom Vice-
President, Philosophy Club President, Homeroom President, Cur-
rent Events Club, Bridge Club, Coin Club, Rock and Mineral
Club, Hi-Y Club, Sports and Rules Club, N.F.L., Golf Club,
Athletic Rules Club.
LITCHFIELD, CHARLES BRAXTON--German Club, Book Club,
A.V.A. Club, Radio Club, Checkers Club.
LITTLE, GABRIELLE RICHARDSON-Bridge Club, Library
Representative, Problems Club, P.E. Leaders, Student Council,
Annual Club, Pep Club, Homeroom Secretary, Marriage and
Family Relations Club, Psychology Club, Senior Class Club,
International Day Committee.
LITTLE, GEORGE RICHARD-JETS, Drama Club, Stringed
Instrument Club, Track Club, Track Team, Bridge Club, Ath-
letic Rules Club, Social Cabinet, Problems Club, Tennis Club.
MacMlLLAN, SUSAN WALKER-Spirit Committee, Blumer
Bowl, Girls' Basketball, Anchor Club, Exchange Assembly Com-
mittee, Senior Class Club, Psychology Club, Problems Club,
Social Cabinet, Homeroom Secretary, Joumalism Club, Bridge
Club, Pep Club, Class Night Committee, Teen-age Club, Foot-
ball Programs Committee.
MACMURPHY, HERBERT EDWARD, III-Student Council,
Problems Club, Pep Club, Sportsman's Club, Social Cabinet,
Track Club, Bridge Club, Homeroom President, Social Com-
mittee, Track Team, Key Club President, Chairman Junior-
Senior Dance Committee, Chairman of Student Assembly Com-
mittee, Chairman of Intemational Day Brochure Committee,
Chairman of Problems Committee for Senior Class Club, J.V.
F'ootball,bLibrary Representative, Program Committee of Prob-
ems C u .
MACMURPHY, JOHN DUNOVANT-Singing Falcons, Sports
Club, Bridge Club, Problems Club, Track and Field Club, J.V.
Football, "B" Squad Football, Football Rules Club, Track, Var-
sity Football, Senior Class Club.
MARKS, CYNTHIA JOYCE-Bridge Club, Y-Teens, Dramatics
Club, F .H.A., Art Council, Assistant Library Representative,
Problems Club, Marriage and Family Relations Club, Junior
Red Cross Club, Psychology Club, Senior Class Club.
MARETT, ANN VANDIVER-Ollice Assistant, F.T.A. Vice-Presi-
dent, Historian, G.A.A., Drama Club, Exchange Assembly, Class
Night Committee, Library Assistant, Bridge Club, Problems
Club, Senior Class Club, Pep Club, Book Club, Psychology
Council, International Day House Committee, Knitting Club,
FALCON Business Staff.
MARTIN, NEAL ANDERSON-Library Representative, Bridge
Club, Boys' Quartet, Singing Falcons, Chorus, All-State Chorus,
Folk Singing Club, Football Manager, Exchange Assembly,
Falcon's Quill Staff.
MAULDIN, LAWRENCE BROOKS-JETS Vice-President, Schol-
arship and Projects Club, Track Team, National Honor Society,
Aero Club, Math Club President, Forensic Club, Amity Club,
MCALISTER, JASEPH THEODORE, JR.--Homeroom President,
Sports Club, Bridge Club, Problems Club, J.V. Baseball, Hobby
Club, Student Council, Sketch Club, Hunting and Fishing Club.
MCARTHUR, THOMAS EUGENE-Art Club, Varsity Football,
Basketball, Track, Sports Club, Football Club, Hunting and
Fishing Club, Book Club, Bridge Club, Library Representative.
McCONNELL, REBECCA LOU-Y-Teens, Bridge Club, Social
Cabinet, Drama Club, Forensic Club, American Literature Club,
French Club, G.A.A., Library Assistant, State Library Associa-
tion, District Library Association, Intemational Day Luncheon
Committee, Senior Class Club, Senior Gift Committee, Public
Speaking Club, F.T.A., Literary Yearbook Staff.
MCCRADY, SMYTH FLINN-Bridge Club, Sketch Club, "B"
Squad Football, Advanced Bridge Club, Psychology Club,
Football Club, Rules and Regulations Club, Writers' Club,
Hunting and Fishing Club.
MCCRORY, CLINTON GRAYDON-JETS President, National
Honor Society President, German Club, Chess Club, Stringed
Instrument Club, Key Club, Homeroom President, Student
Council, Honor Society Treasurer, Winged Press Staff, Science
Projects and Scholarships Club, Singing Falcons, Exchange
Assembly, Optimist Youth Award, Westinghouse Science Talent
Search Honors Group, Emory University Summer Science In-
stitute, National Merit Finalist, Merit Scholar.
MCDONALD, ANN STOKES-Bridge Club, Social Cabinet, Y-
Teens, Records Club, Homeroom Secretary, Track Team, P.E.
Leaders Club, Student Council, Annual Club, Library Repre-
sentative, Pep Club, Homeroom Vice-President, Exchange As-
sembly, Ofiice Assistant, Marriage and Family Relations Club,
Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Class Club, Psychology
Coungil, Chairman Senior Banquet Committee, Optimist Youth
McKAY, HELEN WALKER-Badge Club, Sketch Club, Pe
Club, Sailing Club, Marriage and Family Relations Club, Coll
Club, Library Representative, Otlice Assistant. ,
McLAIN, KATHRYN ANN-F.H.A. President, President Richland
County F.H.A., Y-Teens, Marriage and Family Relations Club,
Senior Class Club, Senior Invitations Committee, G.A.A.
MCLEOD, YANCEY ALFORD, JR.-Student Council, Homeroom
President, Bridge Club, Hobby Club President, Senior Class
Club, Psychology Council, Senior Banquet Committee, Pep Club.
McMEEN, NANCY CAUDLE-"Miss Scarlet and Blue," Prob-
lems Club, Pep Club, Exchange Assembly Committee, Secretary
of Senior Class, Publicity Chairman of Intemational Day, Senior
Class Beauty, Represented Flora for "Miss Sportsa.rama", Ex-
change Assembly, Anchor Club President, Assistant Head Cheer-
leader, International Day Chairman for Homeroom, Junior-Senior
Dance Committee, Secretary of Junior Class, Student Council,
Homeroom Secretary, Library Representative, Omce Assistant,
Bridge Club, Knitting Club, Y-Teens, Cafeteria Assistant, Fresh-
man Class Beauty, Intemational Da Escort, Selected as "Top
Teen-ager" by Principal for Columbia Record, Welfare Com-
mittee of Student Council, Senior Room Committee.
MEADOWS, BARBARA DIANNE-Transferred from Dreher
High School, Intemational Day Committee, Homeroom Vice-
President, Homeroom Secretary, Anchor Club, Bridge Club,
Knitting Club, Office Assistant, Co-Chairman Intemational Day
Brochure Committee, Homeroom Treasurer, Problems Club,
Psychology Council, "Miss Junior", Sailing Club, "Miss FAL-
coN", Valentine Representative, Senior Class' Club.
MEETZE, WILLIIAM DAGNALL--Homeroom Vice-President,
Library Representative, Sketch Club, Track Team, Track Club,
Hunting and Fishing Club, Senior Class Club, Pep Club.
METZE, JAMES OLIN-Basketball, Football, Baseball, Golf
geim, Checker Club, Chess Club, Coin Club President, Social
MILLER, BENJAMIN NEELY, III-Head Cheerleader, Most
Valuable Cheerleader, Key Club Projects Chairman, Student
Council, National Honor Society, Junior-Senior Dance Commit-
tee Chairman, Senior Robes Committee Chairman, Homeroom
President, Homeroom Vice-President, Social Cabinet, German
Club, Pep Club, Bridge Club, JETS, Problems Club, Vocabu-
lary Club, Chess Club, Sports Club, French Club, Homeroom
International Day Committee, Intemational Day Escort, FALCON
Staff, N.F.L., Projects Club, Spirit Committee, National Merit
MILLER, EDWARD HARRIS PARSONS, III--Coin Club, Amity
Club, Checkers Club.
MILLER, HARRY HAMPTON-Chess Club, A.V.A., Sketch Club,
Aero Club, Checkers Club, Sailing Club.
MISENHEIMER, BRENDA MAE-F.H.A., Future Nurses, Knit-
ting, NOMA Spelling Award, Girls' Basketball, F.B.L.A., Chair-
man of Civil Defense, Intemational Day Decorating Committee.
MITCHELL, ANDE SUSAN-Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer,
Homeroom Vice-President, Library Assistant, National Honor
Society, Bridge Club, Sketch Club, Camera Club, Senior
gxpiivrrlrlalism Club, Junior Joumalism Club, Winged Press Staff,
MOORE, BURTON EBERLE, JR.-Art Club, Grand Prize Art
Festival, Art Council, Sketch Club, Hobby Club, Bridge Club,
Hunting and Fishing Club, History Club.
MORRIS, EDGAR LONGETTE, JR.-Homeroom President, Stu-
dent Council, FALCON Staff, Bridge Club, Problems Club, Home-
room Vice-President, Library Representative, Social Cabinet,
Annual Club, Key Club, Checker Club Treasurer, Pep Club,
Varsity Cheerleader, Homeroom Treasurer, "B" Squad Football,
J.V. Football, Track, Track and Field Club, City Science Fair,
Junior-Senior Dance Committee, N.F.L., Intemational Day
Chairman of Homeroom, Sergeant-at-Anns of Key Club Con-
vention in Charleston, Golf Club, Skiing Club, Philosophy Club.
MUELLER, LAWRENCE EDMUND-Marching Band, Concert
Band, Chess Club, Jazz Club, Hobbies Club, Aero Club, Bridge
Club, Sailing Club, Checkers Club, Coin Club, Pep Club, Pep
Band, City All-Star Band, Hunting and Fishing Club, Office
Assistant, Homeroom Treasurer.
MURPHY, SUSAN ELIZABETH-Bridge Club, Reader's Digest
Club Vice-President, Office Assistant, History Club, F .H.A.,
Book Club, Nurses' Club, Problems Club, Pep Club, Checkers
Club, Sketch Club,'Marriage and Family Relations Club, A.V.A.
Secretary, N.F.L. '
NEELY, ANITA SUZETTE--Library Re resentative, Pep Club,
Bridge Club, Homeroom Secretary, Cfieckers Club, Readers'
Club vice-President, G.A.A., Marriage and Family Relations
CLub, Senior Class Club, Y-Teens, Office Assistant, French Club,
NEELY, KATHLEEN MARJORIE-Transferred from Tampa,
Florida, Winged Press Staff, Winged Press Club, Homeroom
Secretary, Student Council, Senior Class Club, Problems
NEELY, ROBERT YOUNT-Football, Track, Key Club Secretary,
Football Rules Club, Track Rules Club, Problems Club, Senior
Class Club, Homeroom Vice-President, Homeroom President,
Bridge Club, Invitations Committee, Sergeant-at-Arms of Key
Club Convention in Charleston, S. C.
NIDIFFER, WAYNE WOODROW-Bridge Club, Coin Club,
Drama Club, Problems Club, Chorus, Chorus President, Gradu-
ation Committee Chairman, Inspection Team, Winged Press
Staff, Joumalism Club, All-State Chorus, N.F.L.
NUCKOLS, HODGDON CHRISTIAN-Chess Club, Coin Club
President, "B" Squad Football, J.V. Football, Varsity Football,
Football Club, JETS, Homeroom Vice-President, Junior-Senior
Dance Committee, Bridge Club, Track Club.
NUNN, JAMES BARRY--Coin Club, Checkers Club, Chess Club,
Current Events Club, "B" Squad Football Manager, Oiice As-
sistant, Varsity Football Manager, Basketball Announcer, Basket-
NURSS, KIM CHOUL-Transferred from Fairbanks, Alaska,
Writers' Club, Folks Singing Club, Chorus.
ODEN, ANN MARIE-Transferred from Cardinal Newman High
School, Annual Business Club, Marriage and Family Relations
Club, F.B.L.A., F.H.A.
OLSON, SHIRLEY ANNE--Social Cabinet Secretary, Varsity
Cheerleader, Senior Class Treasurer, F.T.A. Treasurer, Pep Club,
Problems Club, Marriage and Family Relations Club, Knitting
Club, Class Night Committee, G.A.A., Bowling Club, Home-
room Secretary, Golf Club, Records Club, Hobby Club, Home-
room Vice-President, Homeroom President, Puppet Club, Bridge
Club, Track Team.
O'NEIL, JACK EDWARD-Radio Club, C.B. Radio Club, Track
Ciulg, Track Manager, Football Manager, Track Team, A.V.A.
C u .
PATTERSON, ELIZABETH SUZANNE-Senior Class Club, Psy-
chology Club, Cheerleader Representative, Homeroom Secretary,
Readers' Club, Library Representative, Bridge Club, Drama
Club, Pep Club, Homeroom Treasurer, Marriage and Family
Relations Club, Office Assistant, Social Cabinet.
PHILLIPS, ROBERT WILSON-Bible Club, Chess Club, Track
Club, Senior Class Club, German Club.
POSTAL, ROBERT MORRIS-Bridge Club, Knitting Club Presi-
dent, Golf Club, Scrabble Club Treasurer, N.F.L., Track,
Sportsman's Club, Problems Club, Hunting and Fishing Club,
Advanced Bridge Club, Psychology Club.
POWELL, JAMES ROLLIN-Football, Football Club, Singing
Falcons, Amity Club, Philosophy Club.
POWER, PATSY CHAPPELL-Senior Class Club, Graduation
Committee, Problems Club, Knitting Club, Literature Club, Y-
Teens, N.F.L., Annual Club, Readers' Club.
PRICE, MARY DIANA-Bridge Club, Checker Club, Senior Class
C u .
PRICE, SHIRLEY MAE-Library Assistant, Bridge Club, Teen-
age Book Club, Library Representat've, G.A.A., Office Assistant,
Marriage and Family Relations Club, Winged Press Staff,
Make-up Editor, Journalism Club, Sinior Invitations Committee,
Intemational Day Escort, Intematidnal Day Student Lecturer.
PULLIAM, PATRICIA F LOYD--Bridge Club, Senior Class Club,
giccsange Assembly, Chorus, Puppet Club, Knitting Club, .Pep
u . I
PULOS, CHARLES JOHN-J.V. Fciotball, Sports Club, Track
Club J.V. Football Captain, Varsity Football, Sports and Rules
Club, Senior Class Club, Checker Cillub.
RAST, NANCYLEE WARREN-Fiench Club, Sketch Club,
Bridge Club, Winged Press Staff, International Day Guest Com-
mittee, International Day Escorti International Day House
Committee, Senior Class Club, Problems Club, Office Assistant.
REESE, SUSAN ELAINE-N.F.L., lBridge Club, Chorus, Math
Coaching, Senior Journalism Clulizl Winged Press Staff, Psy-
chology Council, Oiiice Assistant, I ational Merit Finalist.
RENTZ, TED McMANUS-Bridge lub, Basketball Club, Chess
Club President, Checker Club, A ity Club, "B" Squad Basket-
ball, J.V. Basketball, Aero Club, ,chool Ping-Pong Champion,
REVETTA, FRANCES ELAINE
Newman High School-F.B.L.A.
riage and Family Relations Club,
Transferred from Cardinal
reasurer, Typing Club, Mar-
REYNOLDS, DALE MARTIN-Trlmsferred from Dreher Hi h
School, Homeroom Vice-Presiden
Amity Club, N.F.L. Clui,
REYNOLDS, ROBERT HEIKELL- V Football Track Home
room President, Social Cabinet,
VI' ' 9 x '
Varsity Football, Homeroom
Vice-President, Library Representative, Football Rules Club,
Track Club, Problems Club, Bridge Club, Senior Class Club.
RHODES, CWENDA L'ARTIGUE-Knitting Club President, Y-
Teens, Inter-Club Council Vice-Pifesident, French Club, Drama
Club, Folk Singing Club, Senior
Assistant, Problems Club, Libr
Family Relations Club, FALCON B
RICHARDS ANDREW MERCE
Current Events Club, Checkers .
RICHARDSON, JULIA TRACY- '
tary, Vice-President, Exchange
lass Club, Bridge Club, Ofiice
,ry Assistant, Marriage and
usiness Staif, Journalism Club.
T,Coin Club, Bridge Club,
.A.A. Secretary, F.T.A. Secre-
Assembly, Girls' Basketball,
Senior Invitations Committee, Publicity Committee for Interna-
tional Day, Social Cabinet, Problems Club, Senior Class Club,
Sketch Club, Bridge Club, Drama Club, Football Programs Com-
ROBERTS, BARBARA ELEANOR-Homeroom Secretary-Treas-
urer, Public Relations Club, Office Assistant, Student Council,
Homeroom President, Problems Club, Senior Class Club, Psy-
chology Council President, Bri ge Club, Pep Club, Football
Programs Committee, Intematio al Day Committee, Intema-
tional Day Escort, Senior Serm n Committee, Senior Beauty,
"Miss Scarlet and Blue" Maidl
of Honor, Intemational Day
Banquet Committee, Winged Press Staff, Girls' Basketball, Ex-
change Assembly Cornmittee, Exchange Assembly, Anchor Club
Projects Chairman, Freshman Cbunselor, Blumer Bowl, Scarlet
Masquers Secretary, Problems Club Secretary, Puppet Club,
ROBERTS, MARY MIMS-Trans erred from Greenwood, S. C.,
Social Cabinet, Bridge Club, ational Honor Society, Senior
ROBINSON, ALLEN JONES-Tennis Team, Problems Club,
Homeroom President, Bridge C
and Fishing Club, Social Cabi
Commendation, National Merit.
bb, Pep Club, N.F.L., Hunting
et, Student Council, Letter of
OBINSON, ROBERT WILLIAM, JR.-National Honor Society,
Key Club, Palmetto Boys' State, Vice-President Senior Class,
Treasurer of Junior Class, B
Golf Team, Golf Club, "B" Sq
ketball Club, Problems Club,
ad, J.V. Basketball, Homeroom
President, Homeroom Vice-Prjiident, Student Council, Class
Night Chairman, Exchange
Spelling Test Award, Vice-Pres
sembly Co-Chairman, NOMA
ident of Problems Club.
ROSVOLD, WILLIAM KERRY-N.F.L. Degree of Merit, Honor,
Excellence, Chess Club, Typing
Football Rules Club, Checkers
Club, Sports Club, Bridge Club,
SAMPLE, LAWRENCE RAY-Sports Club, Library Assistant,
Chess Club, Checkers Club, Football Rules Club, Sketch Club.
SANDLER, JUDITH ANNE-Transferred from Winter Park,
Florida, Mathematics Club, Pep Club, National Honor Society.
SATTERFIELD, MARY WILL-Office Assistant, Modem Dance
Club, Typing Club, F .B.L.A., Pep Club, Sketch Club, Knitting
Club, Bridge Club.
SCURRY, GERALD WATTS, JR.-Basketba-ll Captain, Checkers
Club President, Homeroom Chairman of Intemational Day,
Hunting and Fishing Club, Key Club, Bridge Club, Advanced
Bridge Club, Basketball Club, Homeroom President, Homeroom
Vice-President, Track Team, Sports Club, Golf Team, Key Club,
SEASTRUNK, ELLEN ELIZABETH-Student Council Welfare
Committee Co-Chairman, Anchor Club Junior Director, Vice-
President, French Club, Knitting Club, Homeroom Secre-
tary-Treasurer, Homeroom Vice-President, Senior Graduation
Committee, Homeroom President, Afiice Assistant, Exchange
Assembly, International. Day Luncheon Committee, Football
Programs Committee, Social Committee, Optimist Youth Award,
Drama Club Vice-President, Senior Class Club, Problems Club
Programs Committee, Junior-Senior Dance Committee, Bridge
Club, FALCON Business Staff.
SEAY, MARGARET REAVES-National Honor Society Secretary,
Student Council, JETS Secretary, Library Club, Knitting Club
Vice-President, Treasurer, Pep Club, Bridge Club, Library As-
sistant, Drama Club President, National Forensic Club President,
Social Cabinet, Annual Club, N.F.L., Problems Club, Anchor
Club, FALCON Staff, Homeroom President, Vice-President,
Secretary-Treasurer, Spirit Committee, Safety Chairman of
SEIBELS, LAVINIA LYLES-Intemational Day Co-Chairman of
Brochure Committee, Pep Club, Bridge Club, Social Cabinet,
Golf Club, Oiiice Assistant, P.E. Leader, Homeroom President,
Annual Club, Homeroom Vice-President, Junior-Senior Dance
Committee, Student Council Room Assistant, Intemational Day
Escort, Class Night Committee, Cheerleader Representative,
Sailing Club, Senior Class Club, "Miss Sophomore", Homeroom
Secretary, VicePresident of Sailing Club.
SEIBERT, JAMES DANIEL-Sports. Club, Checkers Club, Wood-
craft Club, Hobby Club, Bridge Club, Football Rules Club, Pep
Club, Chess Club, Senior Class Club, Problems Club, Interna-
tional Day Publicity Committee, Class Night Committee, Re-
freshment Committee for Basketball Games.
SHIPP, SHARON ALLEN-Pe Club, Knittincg Club, Homeroom
Vice-President, Bowling Clug, G.A.A., Bri ge Club, Archery
Club, Student Council, Hobby Club, Problems Club, Ollice
Assistant, Monitor, Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, FALCON
Staff, Annual Club, P.E. Leaders, Track Team, Activities Editor
of the FALCON, Marriage and Family Relations Club, F.T.A.,
Junior Class Speaker, Junior-Senior Dance Committee, Girls'
State Finalist, Homeroom President, Senior Class Club Treas-
urer, Problems Club Secretary, Optimist Youth Award, Inspec-
tion Team, Social Cabinet, Girls' Basketball.
SHULL, THOMAS DWIGHT-Coin Club, Homeroom Vice-
President, Football Club, Athletic Rules Club, Track Rules Club,
Library Representative, Varsity Track Team, Bridge Club, Psy-
chology Council, Pep Club.
SIMON, BRUCE MARTIN-Basketball, Track, Football Rules
Club, Baseball Rules Club, Track Club, Athletic Rules Club,
SMITH, CYNTHIA CAIL-F.H.A., Office Assistant, Bridge Club,
Readers' Club, Library Representative, Student Counci , Senior
Class Club, Checkers Club.
SMITH, DENNIS RANDALL--Bridge Club, Homeroom Vice-
President, Homeroom President, Pep Club, Library Representa-
tive, Problems Club, Senior Class Club, Hunting and Fishing
SMITH, ERNEST OWEN, JR,-Band, All-State Band, All-City
Band, Photography Club, Chess Club, Track Club, Track, Li-
brary Representative, Bus Driver, Amity Club.
SMITH, FREDERICK RUF US-Sailing Club, Bridge Club, Psy-
chology Club, Senior Class Club, Homeroom President, Home-
room Vice-President, Social Cabinet, Rules and Regulations
Club, Current Events Club.
SMITH, LINDA POWELL-Transferred from Columbia High
School, Readers' Club, Bridge Club, Social Cabinet, Readers'
Club President, Chorus, Senior Class Club, Psychology Club.
SMITH, WILLIAM F RANCIS-"B" Squad Football, Football
Club, "B" Squad Basketball, Basketball Club, Track, Track
Club, Sportsman's Club, Homeroom Vice-President, Bridge
gulls, German Club, Checkers Club Vice-President, Camera
SMITHEY, ETHELIND FRANCES-Bridge Club, Sketch Club,
Pep Club, Sailing Club, Marriage and Family Relations Club
Knitting Club, Golf Club, Homeroom President, Vice-President
aeicftary, Cheerleader Representative, Oilice Assistant, Problems
SOX, NANCY OLIVER-Future Nurses' Club, Bridge Club,
N.F.L., Current Events Club, Drama Club, Knitting Club.
SPEED, JUNE MCCALLA-Red Cross Representative, Bridge
Club, Pep Club, Checker Club, French Club, Modern Literature
Club, Knitting Club, Art Council, Problems Club, Beach Club,
Record Club, Annual Club, Red Cross Club.
STERLING, DOROTHY ANN-Chorus Club, Track Team, Silver
Track Shoe, Drama Club, Forensic Club, Blumer Bowl, Junior-
Senior Dance Committee, Junior Olympics Champion, Student
Council, Social Cabinet, Girls' Basketball, Falooffs Quill Staff,
Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer, P.E. Leaders, G.A.A., Inter-
national Day Grounds Committee, Cheerleader Representative,
Senior Class Club, French Club.
STEWART, DAVID EWING, JR.-Chorus, Boys' Quartet, Track
Club, National Honor Society, Varsity Football, Football Club,
Exchange Assembly, Bridge Club, Quartet Club, Creative Writ-
ing Club, Literary Yearbook, Winged Press Staff, Folk Singing
Club President, Scarlet Masquers President.
STEWART, VIRGINIA ELLEN-Transferred from Jackson, Miss.
Marriage and Family Relations Club, F.H.A., G.A.A., Senior
Class Club, Girls' Basketball, Track Team.
STICIELE, ROLLIN JOHN-A.V.A., Senior Class Club, Bridge
C u .
STONE, JAMIE WOODROW, JR.-National Honor Society,
JETS, Exchange Assembly, Telescope and Observatory Commit-
tee, Grand Prize Regional Science Fair, Excellent Awards at
State JETS Science Fair, First Place in Mathematics City Science
Fair, First and Second Place Flora Science Fair, Member of
Flora Math Team for National Math Contest, Gennan Club,
Science Projects Club, Folk Singing Club, Chess Club, Aero
Club, National Merit Finalist, Merit Scholar.
STRICKLIN, CHARLES VANCE-Bridge Club, Basketball Club,
Track Club, Football Club, Senior Class Club, Library Repre-
sentative, Library Assistant.
STROHECKER, DIANE VIRGINIA-F.I'I.A. Scholarship Chair-
man, G.A.A., Y-Teens Vice-President, President Inter-Club Coun-
cil, Oflice Assistant, Knitting Club, Bridge Club.
TATE, DORIS LYNN-Bridge Club, Vocabulary Club, Senior Class
Club, Psychology Council, French Club, Journalism Club, N .F.L.,
English Club, Office Assistant.
TAYLOR, BRENDA DIANNE-Y-Teens, F.H.A., Marriage and
Family Relations Club, Bridge Club, Oilice Assistant, Homeroom
Secretary, Senior Class Club, Teenage Book Club.
TAYLOR, DENNIS MOORE, JR.-Sportsman's Club, A.V.A.,
Bridge Club, Checker Club.
TAYLOR, THOMAS NELSON-Sports Club, Stringed Instrument
Club, Coin Club, Chess Club, Current Events Club, C.B. Radio
Club President, Library Representative, Scientilic Vocations
Club, J.V. Baseball, N.F.L., Exchange Assembly.
TERRY, JAMES HURLEY-Sports Club, Chess Club, Red Cross
Club, Puppet Cub, Sketch Club, Current Events Club, Hunting
and Fishing Club.
TEW, DONALD LEE-J.V. Football, Bridge Club, Coin Club,
THIGPEN, MARY JEAN-Knitting Club, Bridge Club, Pep Club,
Homeroom Secretary, Social Cabinet, Problems Club, French
Club, International Day Ball Committee, Record Club, Drama
Club, FALCON Staff, Football Programs Committee, Y-Teens,
THORNBURGH, ALLEN CONWAY-Football, Track, I.V. Bas-
ketball N.F.L., Aero Club, History Club, Psychology Council.
TIGHE, RICHARD JOSEPH-"B" Squad, I.V., Varsity Football,
German .Club, Sports Club, Photography Club, Third in State
German Contest, Golf Cub, Writers' Club, National Honor
Society, First in State German Contest, Oflice Assistant, Hunting
and Fishing Club, National Merit Semi-Finalist, National Merit
Finalist, Delegate State Honor Society Convention, Charleston.
TILTON, CAROL ANN-Girls' Basketball, F .T.A., National Honor
Society, English Club, Bridge Club, Library Assistant, G.A.A.,
State Library Association, Mathematics Club, Junior-Senior
Dance Committee, Oflice Assistant, Honor Code Committee,
International Day Escort.
TOBIAS, ROBERT LANTYE-Golf Club, Basketball Club, I.V.
Basketball, Golf Team, Amity Club.
TODD, WILLIAM LANE-N.F.L., A.V.A., Track Club, Track
Team, Forensic Club Vice-President, Senior Class Club, Library
Representative, National Honor Society.
TORRI, HARIETI' ANN-F.H.A., Y-Teens, Bridge Club, F.B.L.A.,
Knitting Club, Senior Robes Committee.
TOUSSAINT, THERESE GABRIELLE-American Field Service
Exchange Student from Nancy, France, Student Council, Anchor
Club, IETS, Folk Singing Club, Homeroom Vice-President,
National Honor Society.
TURNER, JAMES EDMUND-Track Club, Drama Club Presi-
dent, Current Events Club, Homeroom President, Vice-President,
Social Cabinet President, Chorus vice-President, Art Assistant,
Hunting and Fishing Club President.
TURNER, RUTH THOMAS-Art Council Secretary, Bridge Club,
Library Assistant, Sketch Club, Ofiice Assitant, Exchange As-
sembly Committee, Class Night Committee, Drama Club, Inter-
national Day Brochure Committee, Art Editor the FALCON,
Winged Press Cartoonist, Sailing Club, History Club President,
G.A.A., "The Egg and I," "Onions in the Stew," International
Day Committee, First Place in Flora Art Exhibit, Gold Key in
Regional Art Exhibit, Library Representative, State Library
TYLER, SUZANNE EUGENIA-Choms Club, Drama Club, Knit-
ting Club, Oflice Assistant, Bridge Club, Marriage and Family
TYNER, SANDRA KAY-F.H.A., Y-Teens, Archery Club, Bridge
Club, Marriage and Family Relations Club, FALCON Business
Staff, Sketch Club, Oflice Assistant, T.I.O. Club.
ULLERY, WILLIAM GERALD, IR.-Transferred from Dreher
High School, Bridge Club, Chess Club.
VOGEL, ELIZABETH ANN-Editor, Feature Editor and Assist-
ant Editor of Winged Press, National Honor Society, Oflice
Assistant, Library Assistant, Chairman of Senior Invitations Com-
mittee, Senior Ioumalism Club, Scarlet Masquers, Bridge Club.
WADDELL, ROBERT BURNS-Astronomy Club, Problems Club,
Sailing Club, Senior Class Club.
WALKER, GERALD WAYNE-Transferred from Lincoln, Neb.
yLBP"':,-9 fy '
WALL, MARGARET-Bridge Club, F.H.A., Oflice Assistant, Li-
brary Assistant, Y-Teens, G.A.A., Pep Club, Problems Club,
Marriage and Family Relations Club, Dramatics Club, N.F.L.,
Checker Club, Senior Class Club.
WALTERS, ELLEN FRANCES-Bridge Club, Problems Club.
WELLS, NANCY ELIZABETH-Bridge Club, Pep Club, Knitting
glug, Drama Club, N.F.L., F.T.A., Ofiice Assistant, Senior Class
u . 4
WELSH, JOHN RUSHING, IV-Sketch Club, Track Club, Li-
brary Representative, Homeroom' Vice-President, Psychology
Club, Senior Class Club, Football Rules Club, Homeroom Treas-
urer,k Hunting and Fishing Club,l Bridge Club, Sports Club,
Trac . I
WHITESIDE, ALBERT NEXTON, Ill-Coin Club, French Club,
Bridge Club, Current Events Club, lChecker Club, J.V. Baseball.
WHITLOCK, -VIRGINIA CLAIR-1Homeroom Secretary-Treas-
urer, Social Cabinet, G.A.A., Y-Teens, French Club President,
Blumer Bowl, Office Assistant, Mrirriage and Family Relations
Club, Readers' Club President, Problems Club, Senior Class
Club Projects Committee, Checkdrs Club, Pep Club, Bridge
Club, Drama Club. I
WILKES, ROBERT JONATHON-Homeroom Treasurer, Otlice
Assistant, Homeroom Vice-President, Homeroom Secretary,
Hobby Club President, Problems!Club, Homeroom President,
Checker? Elub, Chess Club, Bridgx Club Vice-President, Senior
C ass C u .
WILES, ELLEN ELIZABETH-Bridge Club, Chorus Club, Omce
Assistant, Knitting Club, Marriage'and Family Relations Club,
Senior Class Club.
WILLINCI-IAM, KATIE ALICE-liuture Nurses' Club, F.H.A.,
Bridge Club, Y-Teens President, Contemporary Literature Club.
WINDERS, SUSAN IBBYE-Pep Clilb, Bridge Club, Book Club,
Marriage and Family Relations Club, Checkers Club, G.A.A.,
Drama Club, N.F.L., Office Assistant.
WINNIMAN, BARBARA LEE-F.H.A. Reporter, Pep Club, Y-
Teens, Knitting Club, F.B.L.A. Vibe-President, Library Repre-
WISE, IUDITH ANN-Bridge Club, Problems Club, Marriage
and Family Relations Club, FALCON Staff, Cheerleaders Club,
G.A.A., Cheerleader Representative! Bowling League, Golf Club,
Homeroom Vice-President, Hobby Club, Senior Class Club.
cial Cabinet Drama Club Chorus Club, Sailing Club, Office
Assistant Senior Invitations C0mIIllttC8, Bridge Club, Writers'
Club Modern Literature Club The Egg and I."
ZUK CYNTHIA CANNON-Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Sen-
ior Editor of FAIEON, Archery lub, Pep Club, Social Cabinet,
Knitting Club, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Sextette, Exchange As-
sembly, Intemational Day Escort, Homeroom Secretary-Treas-
urer, Marriage and Family Relations Club, Problems Club,
Senior Class Club, Bridge Club, Ofii Assistant, Student Council
Room Assistant, Intemational Day Chairman of Homeroom,
Bowling League, Student Council, Annual Club, NOMA Spelling
Award, International Day Luncheoln Committee.
WORTHINGTON, CARLA LLOYDTLibrary Representative, So-
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