Garinger High School - Snips and Cuts Yearbook (Charlotte, NC)

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Page HFC im, ' 4. is W , .A f s , 4 if' " ffmseiaw . mx Gariizger stzicieizts elevate tiieir time, their energy, ami tizeir taieizts to tiie task of preparing tiieniseives for effective service iii tite iife tizat iies before tiieiii. 4 in the extraezirrieiiiar activities they roziiici out tiieir eiiiicatiozz ity iearizizzg to zvari: eaiistrzie- tively with Others. Ami only a zveii-roziiicieti person can serve maizicimi to izis greatest pateiitiai. Page Seven ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY CURRICULUM CLASSES SENIOR CLASS UNICR CLASS SCPHCMCPE CLASS ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS FEATURES ADVERTISEMENTS FRESHNIAN CLASS .......... L T annnnn.-nn 4' 'm ...r ,.,,- W? 'A 25 f' WA-ad' . wk .M fins-we-iliwvw-+V, . 'U' . 1 X fs' A ll.. 3. 1 ww . ,...:1J ' y 9 'N wg. N. 1 ', I ATE? - ,. -..ee 1 v- l l l 4 U' l l l l l l I 1 1 iw W fn L- '1 F i fi fl! 1,5 , ffif Ji fl fi F ffm P ffl! 'I IO! if-lf! L, xi e vi cf my 11-u f J L: JL xxx W 'i 'X li X . . . . , . . 1 . x X-A ff p The assistant principal of Ciarmger High School IS X ,,m,,.,........ 1 an ahle administrator who has contributed much to the I .0 1 1 . . . 1 'i 'H' 519110 - 1 total prograin of the school. flis role in helping to develop 0 s ' . ' , . - ' i If, O," .."' 5.504 p Jn, a curriculum that meets a wide varietv of needs and a ,f g ' ' p 4' ogy' Dal 2.9 N Qs, , schedule that enahles the school to operate smoothly, and l N ' 4 F" ' - "u . g 1 1 . o 1 ,ff E NNN 'Q 2 J In V his eflicienlt work in making provision for the equipment 1 f H 3 3 3 , Q y , . X It ,, and supplies necessary for effective instruction-these i G", f- Vse- A 353: 1 1 W 2 deserve recognition. l 4 'Q' ZS' 'O' Q' ' '11 .. K. . . . . 1 40 '.,,n..,.' ',0 I 1- 'J 5 llowevcr, it IS the other aspect of his duties-his work l f "-., ',.f" 'El f 4, Q with pupils as individuals-which has endeared him to 1 '., 4 4 , f 1- 1 1 . . . . . l """""' c ET- 5, C-Q the student hody. llis warm, reassuring smile, his faith p t , 1 E in the hasie goodness of boys and girls, his sincere con- l X cern for their welfare, and his compassionate understand- ing of their 11eeds have enabled him to help pupils to 1 solve difficult problems of adjustment and to make critical i decisions. l 1 In recognition of a life dedicated to the service of l youth, we affectionately and gratefully dedicate the 1962 1 edition of SNIPS AND CUTS to ' 1 9 l MR. IOIIN SIXIITH I 1 ' l l l E me MR. EDVVARD SANDERS Furman University, BS., MA. Principal X Q f y ADMINISTRATIUN JQN Mn. jo11N F. SMITH I'llfl111ll1 Unlxcrslly, BMX., MDX. Axsisrmzf Prizzcipnl Miss NAN ABELL xXviI1Ihl'UD Cullcgc, BS. Bookkeepirzg Direcim' of Slmlvlzi Activities Mus. EIVIILY KLIYKENTMLL Quccns Cullcgu, .X.l3. Tl'L'f1S1l1'CI' Miss BETTY ciUNNINCllAAI SCCre1m'j' Mus. IIELEN M. LAVVRENCE Ali1lIf:'O4E1'tl171lCl' SCCl'E'ftll'j' for Tclcrisiozz Hislm'j Cfmliws Mus. KATIIERINE PEELER Registrar mag KN' BEF' , ..- Qu' it SUN. 'YQ bu- ibm NQHSN, ,NSW 'ffm "5" 'li-.W ln r ilinvlir' 'ER :awk-P .E if -qu--V fit! F CUITY Xin RAX L A1S1ON mvlxrhiin Slltl 'ltrrhurs CO ec X Sneczal htlllLl7flO11 Xlimut Adi :sei NIR QILBLRT Q BALLANCE lll'llXk19lfN of North C Il'Ulll'1W A R M EI Fxzglislz ll Radio Prorluctions, Pulvlic qpenlznzg l 1 zml Alfie Radio VV01lcSl1op Miss Nlimx BALLE XX inthrop Collmgt X B 'Nut Xork Uni ursltx X Nllddlc Jurx College zlrli :sei to Qlzeei leader s Nlus RANCH L BENSON Xppilxnhlin Stitv. Teachers College l Hsicnl Fzlucritioiz C zils Atlilrtzc Association Adviser MISS NANCY BLAKELY University of North Carolina, JMB., RI.E,l. Distriluitive Erlzicntioiz D.E. Clzili Arlviser MRS. XYIRGINIA K. BOYD lflon College. .'X.B. Home Ecoizoniics, Family Living Heil Cross Azlvisei' MRS. lJOROTHY j. BRIDGEIVIAN XYUlI1i!l1'S College of Georgia, BS.: Uni- versity of' North Carolina, MS. Biology, Physical Education Miss AMY BROOKS lYl'l11lll'l'5 College of the University Of North Carolina. LB. Spmzislz I. II, Ill Spmzislz Club ALl17lS8I' Mus. LAURA L. BROSIUS XYcStern C'4n'olinzi College, B.S.g Univer- sity of North Carolina. fllQQl7I'lI II, General rllutlz Arlviser to Future Teacliers of Aiiiericci Miss LENORA BROUGHTUN Xyinthrop College, rX.B., KLA. lgzzglislz 12 Mn. THOMAS G. BHOWNING Rlziclison College, B.S.g George Peabody Acwiiiegr-. ALA. ' l-reiicli ll. III, Spmzisli I Aclviser to the Frencli Club MRS. Rum' M. CALDWELL XVoinun's College of the University of North cl1ll'Ulll1Ll, .X.B.: University of A North C'nrolin:i. lgxzglislz 9 MISS CIATHERINE CLEGI: Greensboro College, .X.l3.g Chluinlxiu Uni versi'v, MA. Latin I, II, III Latin Club Adviser MISS CAROLYN lJEAN XVeste1'n Carolina College, ll.S., MAX Englislz Il Adviser to Y-Teens, Ring Committee Ailviser MRS. SARA M. lJEBERllY Limestone College, B.S.g University ol North Carolina. Algebra, General tllatlz MR. ROBERT O. lJOSTER Ohio State University, BS.. M..X. Industrial Cooperative, Training Coordinator MRS. INA S. EDNIISTEN Appaluehiztn State 'leueliers Cnllcgc' BS., ALA. General Science MISS EMILIE FOSTER Converse College, I-LB. Ignglislz IO Adelplzian Club Adviser MRS. SABRA E. GRIFFIN Wlinthrop College, B.S. General Office Practice, Typing I, General Business lXflISS BARBARA l"lARMON Limestone College, A.l3. Englislz IO, lournalisiu Rambler Adviser MRS. FRANCES R. LIAXVN XVOITIHHYS Colleve of the Univ -rsity ol North Curoliii-ix, A.l3. Q Ilflodern VVorld History Centrusa Club Adviser, Soplionzore Class Ailviser MRS. SHIRLEY H. HEINBAUGII Ohio University, A.B.g Ohio State Uni- versityg VVestern Reserve University Frenclz I, II, Latin I Frencli Club Adviser, Adviser to Senior Speakers Coinnzittee MR. KEITH HELMS University of North Carolina, BS. Healtlz, Pliysical Education, Clienzistry I Co-Adviser to Senior Class MR. VVARREN S. HICKS Vlake Forest College, B.S. Driver Iiducation 'DW ""'7" I8-" 'C""" ,ff JT!- it 'HWY' ,,w.w--- '1-f"Z.?, hw' 'Q AQ'- fm, Qld, 'KI nut Page Tlzirteeu n- ,.,, ...-. ..i.....gL....t-- F CIHTY Q rv'g w-A inn.,- 'Wt r" . , fm, A r is "'?"""" s if , . - .ak .p-1-.- . 4 0 5. Chl '.1'Li'1'Z3"'4 'TSS 5, We FUN 'U' - 3? 4, Page Fourteen ,Eg Af.-Q MR. DON HIPPS Hlulte Forest College, B.S.g George Pea- body College, M.A. World History, Modern History Assistant Football Coach MRS. lXlARTIlA G. HIPPS XXYUIIHIIIVS College of the University of North Carolina, B.S. Typing l, Sltortlftand 1 Co-Adviser to Garinger Business Leaders MRS. FLURA HLINTLEY University of New Zealand, A.B. American History, llforltl Geograplty American Field Service Committee Adviser Miss SLISANNE IOIINSON XVoman's College of the University of North Carolina, A.l3.g University of North Carolina. M.Etl. Algebra II, Ill, General Math CoAAdviser to junior Class MRS. CQRETTA KISTLER Hlinthrop College. KLA. Englislz 12, Counselor National Honor Society Sponsor MR. ROY A. LEDFORD YVake Forest College. B.S. Biology, Plzysical Education Key Club Adviser, Track Coaclfz, Assistant Football Coach MRS. GEIJRCIA LEWIS East rllennessee State College, B.S, lllodern History, Civics Girls' Good Sports Club Adviser MRS. IEANNE E. lwlCKINNON Erskine College, AB.: University Of North Carolina, M.Ed. Plane Geometry, Analytic Geometry, Algebra I Ufiltlcat Club Adviser Mlss l"lELEN MACMANUS XVinthrop College, .-LB. Englislz ll Adviser to tlze Hall of Fame Committee Mus. lXlILDRED VV. lXl0RRISON llollins, .'K.ll.g Pratt Institute, B.L.S. librarian Miss RUTH PAIN A'lOSER hast 'lennessee State Teachers College. BS. Clzemistry I, II Camera Club Sponsor MRS. IJORIS D. PARKER Nlererlitll College, .-LB., Pfeiffer College. Typing II, Bookkeeping f f 'VY MRS. EVELYN PARKER Atlantic Christian College, .X.B. English IO MRS. BETSY Q. RASBERRY University of Suuih Cumlimi, .'X.l3. Biology 2 V iv M ,,AK1,' I ' , ' " 'ialfww ' V Miss L1LL1AN L. PARKS XVinth1'np College, .X.B.g Lll'liYL'l'Silj ul North Clxrnlixux, M.A. English 12 NLIfiOllHi Honor Society Sponsor, Biiccfziiliirente Conzniitfee Sponsor Mlss IXIARIAN REED Dulxc University, iX.l5.g Sj'l'LlL'l.l5L' Univer- siny, Mex. Counselor At tiie Honor Society lmiziciion, Miss Foster, Hr. Stern, Air. Hipps, and Mr. Snzitlz invizif their izzrzz to speak on tize four Llnaiificuiioizs for uzeniizersizip in the organization. :gui 'HY V Af- , ,iw -Q Y' ff ,xgtxx X f, ,yu-. Q 3? 6-.M D Mus. RENA CiOLE I ARKS xYfllI1Lll1'5 College of thc Unhcrsity North C':mmlil1Ll, .X.l3., .Nl..X. Aioiiern Uforici His! ory A IISS P1-ULECTA REINHARDT llcrilge Peulmclw Collvgc. I 5.8.1 liCilL'ht'!'S College of Cfullllnhiu lll1iX'L'I'5ilj', 51.1. English IO, 11 Caps unii Gowns Committee Adviser, Guringer Scrizpliooic Comnzifiee Adviser ,YM MR. E. D. PIHVETTE llust 'l'cnm-ssec State Tcuchcrs College. HS.: Culumlmiu University, KLA. Sizortizand 1, II, Secretarial Office Practice Co-Aiiviser of Izinior Class, Gizringer Business Leaders Adviser Miss JANET ROBINSON Queens Cfullcgc, .X.B. Bible I, II Adviser to Religious Activities Committee A .fi-.... fmaftf. Page Fifteen MVN f 5 ,- 2- .ml If Q5 at ... , rf ,fff 9 'X' ""'?" 'ilu--....., 'Ui "FN l""'U H!Q"" ,,, M Why, Pnge Sixteen FACULTY MISS FRANCES SALTI-QR RYAN XVintlImp College. B.S.g 'TCFCIICTS Cul lege Clillllllilllil University. M.A. Honzennzlcing, Foods, Home Arts for Boys Future Hotnenmlcers of America Adviser MRS. QlA'I'IIERlNE SANDERS Furmim Universitv, BS. Matlzenzatics, Algebra I and ll, General Math MR. IOHN VV. SANDERS llllflllllll University, B.A,, M.A. Vocal Music, Refreslzer Math MR. GEORGE L. SAWYER, JR. .'XppuluclIian State Teachers College, Bb., M.A. Biology MR. KARL SAWYER .Xppziliicliialm Stutc Teachers College, Bb.. MA. Alyebriz Ill, Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, General Mathe- nmtics Honor Society Sponsor, Engineers Club Adviser Miss IESSIE A. SEAWRIGHT lirslxinc College, .X.B., Mississippi State Universitv. .lloilern History, U. S. History MRS. AIARGARET P. SIMS cil't'6IlSlJU1'U College, ALB., Duke Univvv' sitv. MAX. Englislz 12, Frenclz l Yettrbook Sponsor MR. K. C. SINCLAIR XV:-stcI'II KL'l1!llClxy State. BS.. Nl..-X. .lleclzanical Drawing I and II Refresher Matlieinatics Bookstore, State Textbooks K N s. EI. A I . illc I . . one Geometry, Generaflllatlfze- nmtic , MR. VVISTAR SMITH lJLl1'lllLll1 University, B.S., MAX. General tlIl1fll8H1tIflCS, Algebra II MRS. MILIJRED STANTON Appulucllizin State 'llcuchcrs College, B.S. Pliysical lfzlucution Girls' Atlzletic Association Aclviser MR. IACK STEIIN Brooklyn College, BAK.: Columbia Uni- versity, M..X,: New York University. Bancl, Orchestra Atlnzinistrutilte Assistant ,, l QQM yr Rwvvafv- ' Miss RUTH STONE Miss CLARA FFINIIVIONS MR. JOSEPH -I. 'TOAIANCHEK Mus. IRENE Timvis VVoman's College of the University of University of Pittmlmurgli, Kl.l5rl. Elon College, l3.A.g University of North llunter College, l3..iX.: Columbia Uni North Carolina, A.l3.g 'University of Twpelm-frilly' 1' Per5O,mI 'fypjng Carolina, M.li. qversity, MRL .Nflffll C211'Ulll1Hr M-5-I--5 ' ' Plzysicizl Education lznglislz 10 L1l7m"mn Head Foorlzall Coaeli, Senior Class Adviser Hemi Baseball Coacli, illonograin Clulz Adviser MR. ALTON G. VVIDENIIOUSE, IR. MRS. 'IRAN VVITHERS MRS. EUNICE VVoLFE Appzilaclliaii State Teachers College, BS. Wlaike Forest College, li..X. Coker College, iX.B.g University ol' North Biolfggy Eplglglz IQ Carolina, KIRK. W. . Footlaall, Basketliall, and Student Council Pulrliciiy A"'?"lC"'1 H'5l0r,l'i QWICS Tennis Coach Ccnnnzittee Adviser ACIVISEP' T0 Future Teachers of America Not Pictured: MR. DONN L. DIETER MR. FRANK N. I-IARToN MR. l'lENRY L. lX"lADDEN Even a rainy morning does not dampen the spirits of illiss Seawriglzt ami flfliss Foster, new nzemllers of tlze Garinger faculty, as ilzey arrive at sclwol. .l Page Seventeen lb' - -v e - ' - . ,Q 1. ...- -. .1 .- ,g.-.rs r. vw- tv' .rf -- anna! ,1 0. Cm? "M 4' "'2::2LJl'.x,r. .4-:ak-,:'-1... - .1 A A as--fvvi' ' 5151 K S xx M at . - .Y 51.4, is NF lr-s f, M sz ef... 1 rw.-fmt-zpffvzz,-. S' 'X M 'Wee -s ,- ...., .. 'Q T 0 63 ,J-.. The Garinger curriculum is designed to meet the wide variety of needs of the student hody, whether a pupil plans to continue his education at the college level or seeks the training that will en- able him to hegin work upon graduation from high school. The effort to provide courses suited to the needs of every type of pupil is evident in the English Department, whieh recognizes dif- ferent levels of ahility and interest. A carefully planned course of study, from the freshman through the senior year, is so coordinated that each year's work will prepare the pupil for the following year. hlrs. Caldwell, Mrs. Travis, hlliss hlaelVlanus, and Miss Baile, chair- men of the four grade levels of English, are responsible for Coor- dinating the work of the English Department. ENGIISII CURRICULUM SENIOR ENGLISH llmphasis in senior English is upon writing, research, and liter- ature. This year one of the ad, vaneed English classes has heen conducted upon an experimental hasis. This class, taught hy hliss Mary Halle, meets ninety minutes a day. The unusually long class period provides time for students to delve deeper into research, to do more writing, and hettcr to evaluate their writing. The addi' tional opportunity for discussion serves to deepen the studentsi understanding and appreciation of literature. 21" v ,1- 1 ,-,.- ,,-ummm rf.,-1 Iii ,,,.,........, if . r?w 'I -is i .5 P--3, .. M i, -.,NN ff 1 aff V x -3 ., f 37 1 .NX ,V . ' . I 2' wh . ' ,Ka Q M .s x "" ' x J I Y :.- E . P .54 '-Y 7 4 I 1 uffs 'j A L .... at . ' if it W: W RADIO PRODUCTION Radio production, taught by Mr. Gilbert Ballance, is principally a class in speechg however, the course also in- cludes the fundamentals of radio production. The students learn voice control, articulation, pronun- ciation, cnunciation, and self-control while speaking. They also become familiar with radio equipment and learn to operate it. i 1 . IYIVL E JUNIOR ENGLISH Literature at all grade levels is taught for depth, that is for a thorough understanding of a few great pieces of liter-- ature rather than for a superficial acquaintance with a great number of selections. .Iunior English classes study American literature. ilihorn- ton VViIder's play, Our Town, is one of the selections that is studied in detail. Students often enact the play in the classroom. Students in hliss Ilelen IXIIUCIXIQIDLISIS second- period English class are completely caught up in the mood of the play as they present the famous umbrella scene from Act Ill. SOPHOMORE ENGLISH Sophomores malxe an intensive study of Silas Maraer, David Copperfield, jalizis Caesar, and Itlylls of the King. As a foundation for future work in literature, they also talie a thorough course in mythology. lX'Iost students malxe posters or do some other project concerning characters in Greek myths. A group of students explain their projects to their classmates in hlrs. Evelyn ParIver's seventhfperiod class. IQL 1, WTB rj "' ' x 9 'I -Q . gil t.t....4.a..,.. .4,.,., .... .W - V , 7 . f W ' - if 'Q i Q 1 ' jg .Q My K, ' v 'R i Mmlhipm . FDR!-'IGN LANGUAGES iljhrce foreign languages-Latin, lrench, anal Spanish sare cmllerecl at Claringer. Must collegespreparatory stu' clents talte three years ol' at least one liureigii language. Many talte inure than one language. Besides studying the language, students learn a great tleal ahout the geography, the history, the culture, and the literature nt the nation nr penple whose language they are studying. , Page Twenty Students in all of Mr. Browning's French classes he- coine familiar with Paris lanchnarlas, such as the Eiffel ilimyer, and typical Paris scenes through inoclels and posters made for his classroom hy third year French students. Swine very interesting projects hy members of lWisS Cleggs Latin III class nialxe yiyicl some of the things they haye learned ahuut life in ancient Rome. -lII'lIIR 'K .5 i , , , l l N l L ml rrauur r 0ClAl STUDIES . 'O' WORLD GEOGRAPHY Vlforld geography is an elective course taught hy lX'lrs. Flora Huntley. The students learn how the location, the climate, and the terrain of a country affect its econ- omy, its social system, and its political structure. AMERICAN AND WORLD HISTORY American history and VVorld history are the required courses in the social studies area. ln these courses stu- dents study the rise and fall of civilizations, the growth and relationships ol' countries of the world today, the development and ideologies of various social and political systems, and the history of the arts. Every Claringer graduate has had the opportunity to understand and to appreciate the priceless American heritage. Page rl-ll'L'llf.1"O 1 3. ,A .60 I R . X am ,M 'X y 2. 1,-Z3 Q ,L4-,... MATHEMATICS CQaringer's mathematies eurrieulum is designed to give the students lor whom high sehool is terminal eclueation an unclerstantling and working knowledge ol' mathe- maties aclequate for the needs of the average eitizen. lior the eollegespreparatory students, especially those looking toward engineering or some other eareer requirf ing a great cleal ol' mathematies, Claringeifs math ollering is extensive anal ehallenging. College-preparatory stuclents usually talte at least three years ol' algehra. Many also talte solitl geometry ancl trigonometry. Analytic geometry was ollerecl For the lirst time this year. ,X new technique lor teaching plane geometry was tested in some expert mental elasses. SCIENCE In physics classes Mr. Frank llarton uses the series of teaching films hy Dr. Harvey E. Wliite, the head of the physics department of the University of California. The use of this widely acclaimed series gives local students the benefit of the knowledge and the teaching skills of one of the nations great physicists. A long class period provides time for a daily laboratory session after the showing of the film. These lahs, which are usually manual, give the students the opportunity to experiment with the information brought out in the film. in addition to Biology l, which is required of all students, Ciaringer offers a wide selection of elective . . . - . courses in science. Biology Il and Chemistry l and ll are very challenging courses designed to give a sound foundation for college science. Both Biology II and Chem- istry Il are lahoratory courses which enahle students to investigate and to experiment with their own ideas. if 2' s X 4 . 25' ' y , H Page Tu'c11t,i'-llzi'ee C, 254, L" , , - W.--M 47:5 1277 VUCA l'l0IlAl AND CUMMERCIAL Many Caringer students will seek employment imme- diately upon graduation from high school. These career- minded students, for whom high school is terminal edu- cation, may choose from several types of vocational traine ing. Courses in mechanical drawing and machine shop teach practical skills. Students enrolled in diversified occupations and distrihutiye education receive classroom instruction and supervised onfthefjoh training. Ciaringers strong commercial department offers in- struction in shorthand, in typing, and in bookkeeping adequate to prepare students for employment upon grad- uation. Through courses in general office practice and secretarial office practice, students master the techniques of filing and learn how to operate office machines. Page il lUClllj",UllI IEP' A N -nu1!J"""" 1 is i 'ik N-...ff 6 :fr aq,,f --...aw 46561 A. f , .. I if Q it W g ffk it Viv sf is L IIUME ECUIIUMICS 1 . 1 . L 1 I l 1 a l l i r t i 1 1 li t! il r 4 l rl . ll yr is f mmf, " Ars, 1 Q l V 4 I . t i ?Wff. 'N ew, . 5 x 0, W4 lfor every girl who will eventually he a homemaker, as well as for the girl who looks forward to a career as a home economist, Garinger's home economies department offers valuahle training. The various courses provide a sound lanowledge of the fine arts of homef making--meal planning and eooking, sewing, caring effeetively for ehildren, interior deeos rating, and other skills neeessary for general family welfare. Several times a year students have an opportunity to aet as hostesses at teas and other social oeeasions. Bovs are not overloolted in this area of the eurrieultnn. 1-X eourse in home arts for hoys gives training and experienee in the fine points of eoolting and of caring for a liitehen. The most ohvious immediate result of home eeonomies training for girls is the attractive outfits students malge for themselves and often wear to sehool. Page iIQN'L'l1lj"ff1'C CLASSES S V X X ,ffl X ,,-' W N S S xxx- ,,,,,1lll::p,Q.. Q ,HM nf" H I 6,11 "-.s QQ,00000000oooo.J0 'X gf!! fe :ro 'Xl nga I ,Q-A S Q : E Q E . .,., S N Q . 4 Q: senvlcz sF SS, 0 0 ' X 4 DQ Q' ." 4 ' XX 'o.,,.,,.o' Q ,'O' A A I ..,.. 0 T 1 Q , My V L' k ""llllll" 1' af 3 , . l I X, I , hw ' H if '22 M 05 -fnf"l+-'r"' M, w .llws f 'Mx T alw- 59' ' , . ,f 5, , fi ,wif s .X 4-I fx SENIDR CLASS UFFICERS . A 5 X', A Q, X N, Q , , x v' F , , in ' Y, E-Q! Q 0 F L y . E f If Z: i f I f! .41 1 'I X'I . A , b I A li 'wc SL SECOND SEMESTER CTIIARLES SIZENURE A . mice president HANK Tumxms , , .trens1u'e1' BAIRBARA IXIARKS ,A secrctmy CLENE PURSEP. E . .president XV HRST SEMESTER RUNNII3 Uwnunwocm View l7l'L'SiL1L'IZf Pliuczx' SIMS sucrctury DILQAN Co1,1.1Ns prcsicfczzl Hemi LTASIIION Pugc 'I ll'L'lI1fl"L'fQ1l1 , fVL'tlS1lVL'V SENIURS NIYRA LVIARIE IXDAIXIS ELAINE ELSIE ALLRED IERRY LVIARTIN ALMON IOHN DONALD ANDERSON SYLVIA ANITA ANDERSON JUDITH FAYE ARD LINDA KAY ARNETT VERNON WILLIAM AUSBAND, IR. JACQUELYN CAUSBY AUSTIN IAMES WASHINGTON AUSTIN, JR. LINDA ANN ALISTIN BETTY JO BAKER LEWIS GORDON BARBER MELINDA GAIL BARKLEY DAVEY PHELPS BARNETT fur 'Iii Hwy W-'wa-. Nun..- 41 fam FQ' fa If NS:-A XI. 7-1- 'Q' ITN awe "1""""'- WY Nm- ff Page Twenty-nine u0O'w-fu-' ff' Wham ist .... 1 my vQw.-14.-W., K' iB SENIURS 1962 'IOAN NIARIE l3A11'11,Ex' CHRACZE Cf,x11u1.E lLx11'1'oN fill,-XRl.liS M1c11A1i1, lLx11c'o,x1 Hu1JE111c'14 Ymuwc: l31aA111n ,IosE1111 Ro15E11'1' l31i,x'1'1'Y L1-XNNY X'V,xn1J H5114 lznwlwix 'l1f.xN B511 iLAllI.Y L11111sE BISLI, P1x1111c:1,x CA11111, 131111, 'lu11N llA1c'11E11 I115m1oN'1' CL1.o111,x I-u111s1i liliNNli'I'I' ,I111111x' ALVIN l31f1111x' Page Thirty I .4 - if ,J A W:-. L" Oman UWM 'Q-..- nw sf: if W 1 a 7 A ,. ' iz,-,n1. f 20, ,W ,V At:- ,:,7'f4,1f' Z -fi 'Q'-1. sum' :Fig im' ,, xx 4r'M"" Buck the Crztsf This cry was iieimi tizrougiiout Garingei' duriiig scizooi spirit weak. This l1o111e1'om11 mn only om' of the many that supported the Wildcats ilzzring that week. 6"'f53'k5i32fZ4 ' wg' .. M37 V '- ' -wiv. , -, ' fV?Tf?+w'.A 51 1 641 , ' xv' 'Z I ' Rziffaif 1 , J lfgiizgf' Jim- R :,,.. 5 , -2 AE .12 CWB: Q ' A , ,, .. ' ,QvmWfmM:mf:-fx..A- :f -N f ' " N1 A f., " W IM' Sl-'NIDRS LILLIAN LOU BIGOERSTAFE BARBARA CODY BISHOP CAROL FRANCES BLACK ROGER WARD BLACKWELDER DONALD HENRY BLADEN B"1ERRITT EDNEY BLALOCK MICHAEL ARTHUR BLALOCK CHARLES HALL BLANKENSHIP JUDY B'1YRA BOWERS SANDRA JEAN BOWERS ELIZABETH ANNE BRADLEY IIORACE LELAND BRAN'I'I.EY, Ill BRENDA LLOYD BRAY CTHIVIOUS EDVVARD BRIDGES PAUL DANIEL BRIDGES Page Thirty-one 497. all' fihvv, SEHIDRS FORREST EDISON BRINSON, QIR. BXIARSIIA ANNE BROACII BOBBY EDWARD BROOME BVIARY BUFORD BROWN PAULE'l"'l"E MARIA BROWN IJEWVVI' CTIIARLES BRYANT -IAMES LEAK BIINDY, IR. 'RONALD FRANCIS BIIRKART IDANIEL BIICHAEL BUTLER SAMMY EDWARD CAIN HAROLD -IENKS CALDWELL iX'IAl'4'I'IIA LOUISE CTALDVVELL Page Th irty-two V945 'Q 1962 The "fwi5f" hits Garinger! At lunch in the cafeteria, seniors Peggy Sims and Doug Harvey are seen demonstrating their techniques as wide-eyed students watch. -i I 45's-T' fs SENIURS ALEX CQENAIR CANADX' CTYNTIIIA IDEAN CARLTIJN BETTY CiAROI.YN CARNS LINDA JEAN CARPENTER IANIES CARL CARTLEE CTYNTHIA LEA CLASEY ROSE ELLEN CASHION BEVERLY CLAY CASSIDY VVILLIAIYI HARRISON CHAFIN LINDA KAY CHESTER FRANCES ELIZABETH CIIILDRESS WADE FRANK CIIRISIAIAS SANDRA SUE CLARK FRED DOWELL CLONINGER PATRICIA CLAUDETTE COBLE Page Thirtyftlzree 17:7 v -I K aw r. ,W gk -5, A-. ELS I Q PM A ii I fx' 2 'V I MICHAEL LYNN COOHRAN GARY KEITH COINCON ELEANOH JEAN COLLINS SUSAN JANE COLLINS JANET CECILE CONNOLLY DEANNA CAROLE COOK DOROTHY IEAN COOK jo ANN COOPER PATRICIA ANN COOPER RONALD KEITH COOPER BETTY jo CRISP CAROL ANN CHOWELL Page Thirty-four sfulons 1962 A' Av Lag gf-f' ww' Senior homeroom representatives-Cindy Carlton, judy Hardison, Donna Estes, and Charlie Miller-husily help the annual staff during the subscription campaign. f bt J K, 95-A RU ., 5,3 51. fd! ffvv' fy 3 f QS? is :mum ew-A .Y 31 1,344 W ITN H5 'NST' :QC SENIDRS jo ANN CROWELL JUDY ANN CIIIIMIJ NANCY MARIE CRIIMP AXIASON WITIIERS DANIEL, IR. NIKKI QTARNIEN DANIEL LINDA KAY DDARNELL CAROLYN SUE DAVIS JEFFERSON BRYAN DAVIS, IR. KATINA IVIUNSON DAVIS PATRICIA ELLEN DAY SAMUEL GARLAND IJELLINGER PABIELA IVIARY IJELUCA LARRY NEAL DEMBX' BRENDA CJAYLE IJEVINE RICHARD CLOVIS DISNEY Page Thirty-five Q Q "Q" 3-.. K' 90" SENIURS 1962 SHARON EL1zABETi1 lJONALDSON ANITA lVlAYLENE DQUGLAS ClEORGE lJEWARD IJOUGLAS EDWARD CRDNVERSE IJOWNINC RUTH LESTHA DOX'LE lXlAS'l'0N l'lENDRICK DUKE, IH lOIIN VAN lJUNCAN, HI jo11N lvlARTIN VIJUNCAN BETTY SUE IDYAL PTURERT LEE EAGLE CllIARLES EDVVARD EARNEY JUDY CTAROL EDWARDS Page Thirty-six 5754100 Co-captains of tlze football team, fimnzy Hlorrison anal 'limmy Helms, aclmire ilze troplzies presented ilzem by the Garinger Athletic Association as Most Valuable Player and Best Back, respectively. Nw Sv-W I ...S- I M , S SENIURS PENELOPE CASSANDRA EDWARDS CTAROLYN LEE EPPERSON IJONNA LEE ESTES NIELVIN IOSEPH ESTES BETTY LOUISE EUDY JAIXIES DOUGLAS EZELL LEMIIEL PLEASANTS FALKNER VVILLIAINI BARRY FESPERRIAN BETTY LOIS FINCHER BRENDA KAY FINCHER HENRY CRAIG FISHER JIIDITH TRENT FLETCHER BARBARA ANN FOARD IRIS SUE FOARD CONNIE FAITH FOSTER Page Tlzirty-seven wa V51 5- A N , M .Y ay., WK SENIDRS CJEORCE VVILLIAM FOSTER Donorm LEE FOWLER Hosp IXYELSON FOWIER CILORM SUE FOWI ER gUCAN E1 IIABETH POA C11rN LDWARD FRENCH IXAIIILEEN NIIARIE FUNDERBURKE IIIKHXIAS BR11 r I LINDEEBUREE Hmm hAn1 GADDY BARBARA Rumi CAMIXION FI-IOINIAS WILLIAAI GARDNER ANIY DOBSON GARREUT Page Thirty-eight 1962 Beaufz ul 103:11 Uodzne Gzmclz 1'J1OdHCf 0 a ootlmll pla3 er s 11'I1,ClQ11'lHflO1'L and symbol 0 school spuzt nppemed at C'fl11l'lgG1 111 Octolaez Lzke all the ootlaall Boys Cene Gzlleland and Chmles Blnnke11slz1p udme Nfodme the gnl 11110 always backs the Cats' 2 A , W A L I ,f 3 5 A R -'J V X' -A .1 D Q J B N1 V .f Y X . y - ' f f r I 'n . L. . ,Exx- uqyvfw ln, 45342 Zpv"" AP? IWW SENIURS EDWINA STEELE GASKINS MARVIN KENNETH GASQUE IVIARIAN ELIZABETH GAY JAIVIES ROBERT GEORGE JVIERLIN MARCUS GEROW, III BARRY DEAN GETTYS LYNDA DELORES GIBSON JOHN HUBERT GILES EUGENE ELINIER GILLELAND SUSAN GAYLE GIMMON HOWARD WILSON GLASGOW, JR. JAMES SALNIUEL GODFREY WILLIAM HENRY GRAHAM LOUISE MARSHALL GRAHAM ALIXIA SUE GREEN Page Thirty-nine 'If' ws.. , V' ,',., , 'XF' SHEIIIA RENE CLREEN BECIIY fXNN GRIFFIN llc:-IINNY NA1'IIAN GRIFFIN SYINIA IEAN GRIFFIN ,fXI.IsEn'I' DEVVEY CLILLEDGE LOIS FAITII IIALQER DAVID RAY IIACLER PATIIIOIA ANN IIALE NARIQAIIET BETII IIALL IOIIN BIIIIDELL IIAM ,IOYCE ELAINE IEIAMAIEP. LYNN CTLIFTON IWIANIBIOND Page Forty 9' ig 4 3 I Ann Sutton is cromnecl Bliss Basketlmll Ivy HIV. jimmy Kilgo as jimmy Nlor risoxz, jane HIcAtier, and D011 Bladon watch. Vu fi" fra-nv www fd-' AK' 29 V Quang., wp! "nw N V24 'Www lgwwvvr' vw, Q WQYN "B33'3"" SENIDRS IIUDY HELEN IIARDISON VVILLIAAI ROBERT IIARCETI' RUBY SELENE IIARKEY CLEORCE IIEP-BERT IIARAIDN, 'IR PAUL FELIX HARRIS IJOUGLAS NEAL LIARVEY RICHARD VVAYNE IIAIITRICI4 DEWEY PATRICK PIEADEN CECIL WAYNE IIEASLEY NANCY Rll'1'I'I IIEASLEY IDAVID VVWILLIAINI IWIEAVENER PAULA LUCILLE HEIIN DIANNA LEE IIELIXIS JAMES EDWARD IElELIxIs LUANA LOUISE IIELAIS Page Forty-one fi'-' QTEK' Q RWM ki 'Wu 1 ' ,g, 1 ' , A ff Q? r . O ,, W X, 34? 'H- SENIURS l11cr11ARn EUGENE IIEPLER VIVIAN QlREY IIERRING QlARI, ROLLER IIIBBARD HOWARD ROBERT IIICKES IJONNA RAYE IIILL ILLIZABETII E'l"1'A I'llLL LINDA RLH11 IIILL PATRICIA ANN IIILL ClHARI.I29 LEONARD IIINSON BETTY LEE IIINSON KATIIERINE ELLEN IIODGES AIORRIS VVAYNE PIOLCOIXIBE lug, Forty-two 5. 1962 f-'Sz O, ,ff , -1594 To go, or not to go 10 college: flmt is 1l1e question. The answer will be xzislzezl only lay ilze results of I1 se1zi0r's English exam. I I I . I I f I I M -rms WDW: I r I l 7 ,Q 5 .J Z I N V I ? I Y Y S SENIURS BOBBY RAY IJONEYCUTT DANNY LEE IIONEYCUTT JACK LOUIS IIONEYCUTT, JR. DORA ANN HOOD JOHN LIENTON IJOPKINS JOHN LESTER IIORD PAIXIELA GENE LIOUSE SIIARRON LVIERRIAIVI IIOUSE PEGGY FRANKLIN LIOWE RANDY FRANCIS HOWELL PIIYLLIS LE VERNE HUEEMAN VVALTER THOMAS HUGHES LINDA JEANNE LIUBIPHRIES VVELDON RICHIXIOND HYDE COY1' LINDSEY IRRY Page Fort y-th ree 751- S san, Fig lx ' , , - 0 A 'N ' , V 4 S, i W W ' 1 J 64, SENIDRS 1962 Jnxmv lXl0RGAN JACKSON VICKIE JOY JAMES SYLVIA AllARLENE JOHNSON VVILBERT IIERMAN JONES LILLIAN ELIZABETH JORDAN CA'r11E1zrNE JOHN KALAS CJECELIA ANN KALLABI lVlAR'I"IlA PAYE KANIPE lJONNIE CJDELL KEESLER JAMES LARRY KEEVER DON ARLIE KELLY FRANCES BOLIYION KELLY Page Forty-four sew-' f ' ww if fxlff .44 Two of Garingefs senior Englisli teacliers, Miss Brougliton and Bliss Bolle, compare and evaluate metliovls of preparing stzwleiits for college English. 1 5 . rx li NJ I X I, I" Nui .4 Akin. qv", Lx.. ,uhm-ef 'Zin-E WU" We KX'-4 dun:-Q. 3 SEIIIIDRS VIOI,E'F IIOVVARD KENNINGTON FRANKYE JOAN KERNS CLLENDA CLARJXIEN KINCAID PEGGY DIANE KIRBY ROBERT BANKS KIRKPATRICK GEORGE RONALD KRAUSE MICHAEL NEAL LACKEY NANCY LEE LAKE VERNON VVESTCOTT LANIOUREAUX CAROL ANN LARI IXqEREDY'1'IIE JANE LAWRENCE JUDITH ANN LAYTON KAREN GANTT LEDFORD FRANKLIN LEE LEFLER IANET LXIARIE LESLIE Page Forty-five ,qs fi 'Ui 9 ' I , Mu k Y lt" vs- . 7 N K x Q ,gm , eww. , ,. is X 1 -fgvgsfjidl .t ji .,., 2 VM I f f My F Y L P 441- I fig , A a ,as if W ,WW K 3' 41 fig? f 5 f 953 f 571' ff 1 X fi' Z' f r ,, 1 L I AZ it , V, ,Q i.. lj' I ,11 5 ' f J ,X wwf I. -Q i , .v .fi , , I A, 413' div' www- ,1 , ,k I ,Q A U SEIIIDRS 1962 ' ,NANCY IOYCE LEVVIS IEIIENIIA KM' LIGON IJoNAI.IJ CIIAIILES LILES DIIIIIN AI,soN LINEIIEIIIIY XXIRCIII. CLINE LINER Num, ciENE LIINII LINIM liIIIzAIsI1'III LOVE SA1,I.IfE ANDIIA LQVEN IIAZEI. CRJRDINA LOVINCOOD UH: LUWHAGEN lL's ilzeuze time again! Stzuiezzts Olin W7lIitI1er ami Eddie Briizsoiz find Mrs DUN KENNETH LUWREY Horriwiz, one of llie Iilirizrizuzs, very helpful witiz iizeir work mi senior ilzemes IOHN VIIHOQNIAS LUTZ .Iimic Struzipe looks for irzfornzfiiioiz wiziie Jie waits for Airs. AIOl'l'iSOI1,5 help Page Forty-six SENIURS fri-Y IUDY LILLIAN MALLETT BARBARA jo IVIARKS CLAUDIA CAAIILLE IVIARTIN kg, gf dbg Z IERRY CIIAIXLES MARTIN dan-o ' .Q-A-.,. "' IVIICHAEI. DAVID MARTIN VVAYNE CSEORGE MARTIN fi in VVILLIAINI STEVE MARTIN gg-7--, EARNEST IIANSON N1ASSEY, ju. BRENDA PAY MALINEY TSW JANE RAYE IXXICATEER BIIARY LYNN BTCCALL IOYCE ELIZABETH BICCLURE CIAROLYN CBLINTON IVICCORKLE V395 PHYLAS CLAYTON MCCOY, IR. BRENDA GALE IVICCRORIE SET' Page Forty-seven 1' KK 'Wwe -Q"""""s WM- SENIURS DORIS LORRAINE iXlCcillI.I.OUK,ZII 'IANIS ELEANOR MCCINN SUE ELLEN iXlC'CiINN l-x'NnA A'IAHSllAI.l. iXlCciUWAN CAROL ELIZABETH AICTKNICZIIT HIUIIARD ELIIIANKS ix'1CSVVA1N 'DANIEL KENITII AIEIGS KIQNNETII VVAYNE iX'IEl.'l'ON IXRNOI' IIENRY AIEYER QUIARLES PARKER iX'III.LER, 'IR 'IUIIITII ELIZABETH iVlILLER ROBERT LEE iXqILLS Page Forty-eight 1962 Pfm. I A I- ilemz, Collins. Gizriizgeifs Miss High Miss, finishes the friendly smile so often seen. 2 I l 'U' d'9'N Mm 6 fw-I QS ipaq , 'Qi .Q 'E Y f 'gf' fi SENIDRS PYICIIARD MICIIAEL IVIINDAY IXIELEN STROUD MONAIIAN NANCY JO NXIOORE CAROLYN DIANE MORRIS IAIXIES FLOYD MORRISON BRODIS GEORGE MLILLIS PATRICIA JUNE MULLIS PATRICIA LOU IVIYERS EVERETTE LARRY NYANCE BRENDA DEI,ORES NEWELL PATRICIA ELIZABETH NEWELL JOHN NICHOL,AIDES, IH ERIC LOGAN NIKON IVIELVA VVINSTON ODELL CAROLE ANNE ORZECHOWSKI Page Forty-nine Qi gc nur .I W I, 'vs,,f " 42. ,- K-R E , 4 i ff , f if X X 'Z X I X If , f X ff ,Inq I I , ii' My 1 Q .11 'f ' 'if W-Wy , f Z . L I .L KZ 4 , Z, . ,Z ,f7,f,7ZyZ, 'X ' wif-j',?',c f SENIDRS Dlum' ELIZABETH PARKER ciEORGE VVAIISON PEARRE AIARTIIA LA NELLE PETREA KM' CQRANT PHILLIPS IJONALD CRJILLIIXIIBLIS PIIIPPS FQIARY ciELIA PICKENS QilIARI,ES ROGER PLESS BEVERLY IJIANE POOVEY ALFRED ALEXANDER POPE AIRICE PAYE POPE CILIIRLES RAY POPE IJUNNIE LEROY POPE Page Fifty ? ,ffji'W 7 X ff f f , ,gif If 1962 .-199 Senior menzlzers of the National Honor Society wait to begin the induction o ntndents who have achieved the ytmzolards for Inenzbersliip. film mis.. A G M, W, ,, NI, SENIURS EUGENE JACKSON POWELL MARION ALICE PRAGER CHERYL DIXRLENE PRESSLEY SANDRA JVIOONYEAN PRIDGEN RUTH PRUETT IIOIXIER EUGENE PURSER SHARON RANSON TERRY ALLEN RAY JOYE REEVES VVILLIANI ROY REYNOLDS GEORGE LEONARD RHODES, JR. CLYDE DEATON RICHARDS DORIS JANE ROBERTS JOHN ELRIER ROGERS JIBUNIY FLETCHER ROUTH Page Fifty-one '? .6 fx Aye 41" ' ohm ff ' UU" if ' ,uw M,,,, ,Www X "ff" SENIURS 1962 NAN PITTMAN RLIIITY JOANNE ELIZAIIETII RUSHEN VVIIILIAM UIUIIN SCALLY iX1ARGARET CAROLYN SEAGRAVES UIUIIIIII l3I,Am SEEGERS IJIANA EIIIIII SIIERAIXI XNIAIJER PERRY SIIOUP -IMIES CTLIFFORD SIIUPSON Pliuux' ,lo SIMS Clrmnom MIIIIIIAN SINuI,E'I'AIIY LYNIIA CUXROL SIIIES CIIAIILES RAY SIZEMURE Page Fifty-two D 'WN . rw-I This :lay will be memorable in the hearts of those Students 112110 were inducted into the National Honor Society. An old memlaer, No1'1nzm.Smitl1, brings new member jackie Austin to join others to take the Society's Ridge, 191.- SENIURS JOHN DAVID SKIDIVIORE PHYLLIS DIANE SKIDMORE DAVID AARON SLOAN CHARLOTTE JACQLIELYN SIXIITH JAIXIES FLOYD SBIITH ILILIA FINLEY SMITH LVIARGARET ANN SINIITH NORMAN AUSTIN SINIITH ROBERT LEE SMITH ROBERT SCOTT SINIITH PAUL SIGINION SIXIYRE, IR. LINDA LORENE SOIXIERS IJAVID LEWIS SRARROW RICHARD HARRISON SPEIGHT LINDA ROSS SPENCER Page Fifty-three 'A '- ' 5, 4, L1n':,f.:-'4,,,- My Q '... 5 A.,4 14- .A 9 . Q wa l YQ' ' S 'Wh Aga-...W 762- iv-3' SENIDRS Sw-slr, ANNIJIRIIL SPINRS QTARROLI, LEE S'lAc :Y E,I,IZABE'l'lI ANNQ STACY BIARY FIZANCES S'1A1,L1Nc:w BENJAMIN I5R,xNRL1N S1 Mxluv, Dlum' Mctilui STARNES IIACK Ling S'1u:ALr., SIIERRY LLL S'l1iuAI.L REVONDA Lui S'11ilf11ENsoN FREDERICK JAMES STEWARI' LINDA FAYI5 STINSUN IIAZEL YVUNNE STOLLERY Page Fiftyffour Quo yas .p- 19' Evil' ur 20- 41 1962 IR. 'nw ,' ,k. r I-,iw I. if X ,.,. " '. :HW aff 3' r ff' .WV div- 'M M W ' , .1 ' 1 f Z 1 9? Q' Q .M Miss Ryan corzgrafulnfes Bm'lmrn Bishop on her luzowlerlge of home economics wlziclz. elzablcd lzcv' to ll'i1l the Betty Crocker Award. kv AWAY RMIT- I ff! J Ax- 'N. 'N SENIOR! LUTHER WAYNE STOYER RALPH WALDO STRICKLAND DOROTHY JANE STROUPE SANDRA PATRICIA STROUPE MARTHA KATE STUART RODNEY LEE STUART CONSTANCE KAYE SUIXIIXIERS LAVINIA ANN SUTTON LAWRENCE CTHAPINIAN TALBOT JULIA ANN TALBUTT JOHNNY MAURICE VITANKERSLY RUSSELL STEPHEN FIQANT ELIZABETH JANE TYHEILING IHIENRY LEE THOMAS PATRICIA ANN THOMAS Page Fifty-five V' Q lx EQAIQZ 'A 1 'Hx 4 W 9 ofw T""' if : ": - , M Www -M - . , ,, 1 "' fn 'Fr :mf--,A - -w. ' 1 " , A, 4 .5 1- f 46 'ji' , ., H h ion- ' ef . , ,f uf 'WN lv' 9F50-f-" 'f Wi fl www, Qf 'nw Alfie 'Vla- SENIURS 1962 JANE lIo1:mN 'l'umx1Ass0N Fmgn IDEYERLE VIWHOIVIPSON PA'lsv DIANE rI1IlURNT0N SANDRA CLAIL rI1IIREATT SANDRA KAY rI'IPTON PA'1'mc'1A ANN EVREADVVAY IIIERIXIAN PHILIP 'I'P.1PLE'rT LINDA PAYE YIQROLITMAN I,Amzx' XVAYNE rI1llC'KER Rmzunr Loum VVLICKER SUSAN BANKS TUQKEH BE'I"I'Y IXNN rI1LIRNER Inge I1 fy-six 'Vw ,Q S 'Y QM I J, in f Parks VVillin111S, 111110 comlucled the LlE'l'0fi0l1lII for the Civimn Award assemblyg Robert Kirkpatrick, C1IL'IiT1H!1l1 of the Civitmz Award Commitfeeg and Alf. Ed Sanders talk u'irl1 Dr. john Otts, who spoke to the seniors about the qualities of a good citizen. Sl.-'NIDRS FRANCES IJIANE VIAURNER SALLY ANN 'TURNER RONALD Lm' UNDERWDDD ,IAAIES FXRTHUR VVADE, JR. CHARLES BERNARD VVALIQER LINDA ELIZABETH VVALKER ROBERT ALLEN WALL DIANNE ELAINE VVALLACE AIARY IANE VVALSII QIEORGE VVILTSE VVALTERS LENA .IJIANNE WIXIKNER CHARLES EUGENE VVAY IX1ARTHA 'IOYCE VVEBB PAUL EDRION VVEBB CHARLES RONALD VVEBBER Page Fift,a:Sc1'Cu U1 'Hvx-X sv--vu L 'Wig 4, in ferv- Pugc Fifi 4. , SENIDRS 1962 II,xnmra'r CTunNm,m XV15s'r1x1onE1,AN1J iXIAR'l'lIA iX1A'l1I.DA XWESTMORELAND llfxruzfxm ANN VVIIERHY CJLIN Mfxlzsn VVIIIIIQNEII -'ACK RUDNIA' Wlll'l'1x1AN l3m'l.1N I'1llEDEIlIC VV11.1,m1x1s, bln. nlmuis llfxnvu' VVILIJAAIS l'.fx1x1151,,x jo X'VlI.I,IAIXIS Pfxnxs Osczfxn VV1l.1-mMs RQNALIQ LEE VVLLLIAMS IJORIS ANN VVIl.l,oLlc:maY XVILLIAIXI ,IDAVID VVYILSON y-eight 'FS 2 fi' Dir! ff ' Mlm... .- A nz 'ji Thanks to the efforts of Miss Reed, one of the counselors, the problems of Phyllis lluffmfm and Sue Green, like those of many other seniors, are solved. ,rpg . 5, ,IA f 'ff fffi 2 y??1',' f . fivyx X ' A A.,. ,,,,,p,,A A ,Q iff IU "K f' I' 'f'f"'Mf',i:Q9-V4 mf. ,f 1.451 .5 "4f10,,J" Q 4,41 fa,jQ,15,,.,,.,,n5. - - ' if G fa? fff X 4 A 4, It ,Y ,. K, , b ,F iw K 1 A as R . gap? W gl 044 1z1w,f,wf?-w , M' , H A 2 nw ' leafy ' 1 ASQ A NJ ,uw 905 mga mv- r--' iff-... SENIURS IIAMES LARRY YVILSUN AIIAHSIIA Lois XAXINSLUVV XXIRGINI.-X LEVERNE DEEsL XVUU INA LEE X'Voo1.EY VVu,L1AM .IAQKSUN YANDIL BARBARA .ANN YEAGER IJEAN BERRY YEMAI CTIIARLES HUBER1 YUUNL FRANK VICTOR YouNc: This proud 5ez1io1"S ring and diplonm will fU1'C'l'C'l' reuziml Iziuz of lux sur r year and the long mniciputed UFCIZY-QTLTLIIHI1i011 from Gm'i11ger. Page Fifty mme EUREIGIII EXCHANGE STUDENT ULF LGXVIIALLEN S I Y? ,. ,...-JM MASCUTS -IEANNETTE LUCILLE SAVVYER Clucmcsxs PIERCE SAVXXER Il hm W If QW? " CIVITAN AWARD COMMITTEE PARKS VVIIII.IAIxIS ERIC NIKON ROBERT KIRKPATRICK, clmirumn MASCOT COMMITTEE ROSE CASHION IUDY MILLER PEGGY SIINIS RONNIE LINDERWOOD l-'NIDR CUMMITTEES COMMENCEMENT COMMITTEE IIIITII PIIIIETI, clzuirmmz Dom: IIAIWEI' blum' l7I4Ia'I'c:IIER SENIOR GIFT COMMITTEE .I ANEI' CIINNUIII' 'IIJYQE VVEBB MEREIJVIIIE LAWRENCE, clmirnzmz ,S . 4 'Wav f f Z . QWWWM 'sf ' " - . ff" VV 4 1 I , ARLUTLI BACCALAU REATE COMMITTEE liirsl row: Bolulw Ezwlc, clzzziruzuaz, Iuclg Su-uull, . rw . 75' -Im' llczitty, anal Runnin' Conpcr. Svwml row: Cin' nlyn ljppcrson, l3rcnclz1 Miiiiiivy, ,iXnn Smith, 9110 lliuiis, uncl Susan lfnx. HALL OF FAME COMMITTEE lfirsi mir: Dick nlimlaiy, liutliy llnzlgcs, Szinclm 'ilmupg-, Cfinclx' Curltrm, uncl VVz1lly Shoup. Svcomi' mir: Cllmrlcs llllllfillll, Dzlvicl BLILICUIII, flmrlcs SlfL'I1'lUI'L', Dun Aiiclcrmii, CIHITVIIILIH, uncl llnnnic l lmlcrnfui mal. f T SENIDR C0 I TEE DIPLOMA COMMITTEE First row: Bobby Eagle, ,lzuncs Williziiiis, Jimmy Wz1clc', Frcclcly Cloningcr, and Wzlllyf Shoup. Sec- ond row: Gail Bzirkley, Burhznu Yeager, lucly Arcl, llrcnclu Ligun, Pam Williiiimms, nncl lllsic Allrccl. CAPS AND GOWNS COMMITTEE First row: Karcn Lcdforcl, Betty -lane Tlieiling, Ruth Duylc, clmiruznn, and Elizabeth Ilill. Second row: lJiLll1IlLl llclms, lx'l2ll'Sl1L1 Xvinslow, 'lolinny Linc- lucrry, Kvn ciibllllil, and Linclai Lnvc. 8, 5 fb' J fs Q I ,i,iRLon, X SOCIAL AND FINANCIAL COMMITTEE First row: Carol Morris, Susan Cimmon, Inu Lee Wcioley, clmiriimiz, Kay Stuart, und Sherry Donultl- son. Secoizii row: Louise Clruhzirn, Nun Rulty, Kaitliy Hodges, Mary Lynn McCall, jackie Smitli, l3ui'Imm Bishop, George VVulters, and Mrs. Witlic-i's, mlviser. Mrs. Travis und. Mr. Helms, tlic co-advisers of the senior class, are consulted by senior committee cliaire men Ruth Doyle, Robert Tucker, and lnzi Lee VVooley. Sl-'NIUR CDMMITT ES SENIOR RING COMMITTEE liirst roui: Kay Stuart, Rutli Doyle, Susun Ciinnnon, uncl lean Collins. Secoizii rout Ilicls Mincluy, ,Xnitu Anclerson, Doug Ilurvcy, Ilowurcl Poinclexter, Holi ert 'Iluclgcig clmiriiiiiiz, Sliziron Hanson, IlLlI'I7Lll'Ll Ilisli op, untl 'llinu Dtixis. ANNOUNCEMENT COMMITTEE Put Ilulc, Melvin Uclcll, 'lunc IIITOITTZISSOII, Cilcnclal Iiincuicl, Connie Summers, Mary 'lane X'Vz1lsli, clziiii' ii1i11z,'Ioyce Lewis, 'Ilinu Iliivis, zincl Illziine I Iinniner. ni, iinnrofl wr me ,1 I 4 .,-i .I IUNIUR CIASS DFI-'ICERS SECOND SEMESTER CQARY BAUCOBI, , . mice president Wi' Y '1 v SABIIXIY EI ODD , . , . pres1de1fzt T151 PAYNE ,E,SA . trensu1'e1' fi-SX PATSY VVILLIAMS , ,secretary "QL S'-5 ff-x f'Uw "Ly Y RM' SPlZ,X'l'I' M ricv president fmnx' l3.xLlc'rJxI prvsicfent KTIILICK Almms S treaszfrcr SIIIQI mix' I lunch sccretmjv VIIXSEI' SEMESTER Page Sixty frmr IUIIIDRS CHUCK ADAMS DIANE AIKEN PEGGY ALEORD MARTHA ALLEN CAROL ALLRED JUDY ARNETT SALLI ATKINSON BRENDA AX'ERS RICHARD AYERS ANN BAGLEY DENNIS BALL JOHNNY BARE GRACIA BARKER DONNA BARRETT LINDA BARTLETT JIMMY BASDEN WAYNE BASS BOBBY BATTS DALE BAUCOIW CARY BAUCOM MARIE BAUCOM CAROL BECK PATTI BELK STEVE BELK BOB BERCHER STEVE BERRIER BILL BEYER JIIVIMY BIZZELL ERIC BICCERS LINDA BICCERS BUTCH BISHOP EDDIE BLACK 'TOIVIINIY BLACK VVALTER BLACK BOBBY BLACKWELL JUNE BLALOCK LINDA BLALOCK LARRY BOONE BONNIE BORTHEN PETE BOSWELL RAY BOULEY BILL BRADLEY LINDA BROOKS AUNDRA BROOME BILLIE BROOINIE LARRY BROOME PEGGY BROOME BONNIE BROWN PETE BROWN PHIL BROWN JULIA BUCKLEY PAT BUNN 'U' vw , iff ' , if! is 121 45' ' y 'S Q 1 AUX ,Ai Vw ..f, f '-ff-. ff -KM s X 7 X ' 1 fu, " 1 , Lf lg - .,, X. 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CLAIR B TALVAREE STEEN BEVERLY FFANGARI CTARY TTANNER TXTAYE TAYLOR VVALTER TAYLOR WAX'NE FLAYLOR STEPHEN FITIASTER TXTARGARET TEMPLETON PAT VLENNAUT Z 'N .- my ,M W- WZ, ffiw, Z as--Q A' ou. S.. A A ji DON STEPHENS WANDA STEPHENS BARBARA STEPHENSON JUDY STEWART LINDA STILES BUDDY STINSON EDWARD STONE ROBERT STORCK TTOVVARD TIIACKSTON SUSAN VLHEILING NANCY THOMASSON CTHARLIE FT-HOIVIAS NELSON THOlX'IAS ROBERT BTTHCHXIAS VICTKIE FLHOIXIAS DON THOMPSON X if ,QS 6, , ' 'Av'- JOYCE STRICKLAND ERVIN STROUD BUTCH SUITS JANE SUITT DANNY SUMMEY VICKIE SWACKER LINDA SWEGINNIS LEE TALBOT FARRELL 'THONIPSON CTAYLE THOMPSON SUE FLOLBERT PAT TORRENCE MIKE FLREADWELL ELLEN FITRICE ,IOYOE 'TTRIGG SUSAN FLRUDEAU 7 nr R , L, -W.. .A K . 'A ij! 'VT 'is , V L. , -Sf , Q ' ev Q X.-44, I 45 Q, f' ,, X , . , .S t N g 'S 155' 5? ' lf ,eww " i X 'V "NT M94 R I . W ,Q 4 . 1 I - X A f f ' 'W I A Q' Lf X T NM, , J 1,2 .3 X V 472- Q """' T0 "" -'Ig ,A R f ' A , .. 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Q' f 'Fx Ga, S MIKE TURNER -A - Q C 4' I "' 'R 2 I MJ " , I wf-7' ., ,, ' - MIKE TURPIN - xg ' , tv, J f I I ! f I dig 1 C PHIL TLIRPIN f , If I .J 5-I DONNA TUTTEROW J NANCY LINDERWOOD BETSY JEAN VAUGIIN J f J JW, in VX f Y Vll V I..-A , ,J J as R Y, A f A.. 5 ALAN VOIGT V' J. "' -A q A f ' W " " EW' "- ,in 1 -'- ,I an 4 , gc I. X JUDY WALDOCK 5, , If N V J L, ---If X 51 IN- ' C I YE., L, J X DENNIS WALKER J 'ZI' ,1 N Y if I J I FLOYD WALKER ARRY WALKER EDDIE WALKUP ANN WALLACE Im 'Y I . Rf-. W :-' I-S. , ,K R ' W 5 " I W I . .IM NANCY WALLACE f NJ 5 , Q Q RICHARD WARD W A M , L J W JENERA W.4RREN I j , RICH WASH DONNA WAYNE ANNELLE EI f V I 2 - JOHNNY WHALEY f"" M J I 422 N , A , fr AM ' L S Qt X H vw I .. JOE WHITE I " JF V ' Af M V :+I A'-' 7 " ' JERRY WHITLY S f f f Q'?M"I DONN WIDENHOUSE I GAIL WIDENHOLISE GLORIA WILKINSON .. I A J f-. 1- 'i f , .,,. , , - L I V' seam.. , . , TJ 'ij ' . , , TIM WILKINSON Im Q2 ' 'O 'M ,.,, 'Af '- ix 1,-I ' - ' Z fp... 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JIMMY ZWEIG I--II A M Page Eiglzty-five I-'RESHMAN CLASS UFFICERS VVADE FRYE JANE Nomus JANET TENNENT CQARY IIILL A . . . , presiolent vice president . 4 4 . f1'CflS1H'87' , . . secretary Cabsentl 4-- Wm F SIIMIII JUANITA ALLEN LINDA ALLEN DANNY ANDREVVS JUNE ARROWOOD DONALD AUSTEN VIJRUDY AUSTEN JIIXIIWY ALITEN CBEORCE BABGOGK GAYLE BAKER BOBBY BARTLETT JO ANN BAUCOIX1 RODNEY BEAAIER TERRY BEAVER BARBARA BECKER SANDRA BEHAN BIOIIARD BELL DALE BELK CATHY BISHOP CLAYTON BLACKIXIAN JUDY BOLTON DON BOVVEN MARY BOYLES BARRY BRIDGES JUDY BROCK ROBERT BROWN BOBBY BURROWS KITTY BUTLER JANET BYRUM JUDY CALDWELL GEORGE CALLAIIAN EILEEN CANUP SANDRA CALISEY LEE ELLEN CJHANEY LVIAC CHRISTENBIIRX' BRENDA CONDER ANTHONY CONN JUNE CORLEY DON CROSBY JERRY CULLER TONY DALE MARILYN IDANIEL BETTY DAVIS DANNY DAvIS LINDA DAVIS LARRY DEESE PATSY IDUNN RAYINIOND FERGUSON FIBOIXIIYIY FESPERAIAN EARL FINCHER BARBARA PINK WILLIS FLYNN JACK FOY JUNE FOX WADE FRYE 1 'RQ za 'M'-T :z " aw, vs M Z 4 Q. 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A 3, .,, ., W VSA X1 PRES CINDY FULLER LINDA GADDY SONNY GALLEDCE ROBERT GARNER VIJANIA GARRIDO PANL GATTIS ANNE GIBBONS JOHN GOUCH FPERRY GRAHAM JERRY GRAY SIIERRY GRAY MACK GREENE CECIL GRIGGS CINDY HALL JIMMY HAGLER SALLY HANNON DEBORAH HARPER SANDY HARRISON ROBERT LIARTSELL BARBARA HAWKS SALLY INIEINTZ MARIA HELMS SHEILA HELMS VIC HILEMAN STEVE HILL AVERY HILTON WANDA IKIIGH PINEDDY HODCE GENE IJODCES LIARRY HIITCHISON DAVID JARVIS PALXI JARVIS MIKE JENKINS RONNIE JOHNSON SONYA JOHNSON ROSEIXIARY JOHNSON IDELBERT KESSLER ROBERT KING ROGER KOEHLER IDIANE LECLAIR PEGGY LINCLE GAYLE LITTLE LINDA LLOYD STANLEY LONNON JERRY MARLCJW JERRY MCCALL BENNY MCLAUGHLIN CIRINA MCLAURIN VICKI MCGEE DIANE IVICKEE JERRY MCMLIRRAY JOYCE MCRORIE JANE MORRIS CLARA IVIOSTEY l I 7 I J 1 J J, J 5 a I I I N 1 J I , I I 5 Ii J. 196 LINDA R1ULLIS GREGORY NANCE SHERRY NEWELL LINDA PARRIS SUSIE PENDER JIMMY PENNINGER CHARLES POPE JOY PORTER CHRIS PRIDGEON MIKE PROGTER SANDRA PROPHET CAROLYN PURCELL BRENDA RAILEY BOBBY REECE DAVID RETTEW JAMES RUSHING PRESTON RUSSELL GAIL SANDERS JOAN SAWYER TERRY SEGHREST JININIY SKINNER JEAN SHUIXIAKER ANN SMITH BILLY SINIITH DICKIE STARNES SHIRLEY STEELIXIAN SONNY STEGALL 'TOIXIIWY STINSON MARK STROUPE BRYCE TALBERT KATHY FISAYLOR BILLY TEETER JANET TENNENT WANDA THOMAS PAIXI TRIECE JACK TUGKER CHARLOTTE VIRANO CAROL WARREN DAVID WARREN LINDA WALTERS DAVID WEBB JOE WILKINSON JUDY WILSON JOHN WCJODI.IFF BOB WOOTEN CORNIA YOUNG DICK YOUNG RICHARD YOUNG 1 L' A he ,- , Q' 'fx .- " . 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QA , x 5 I Page Iiiglziy-nine ACTIVITIES rf N xx f .4 ,f , ,I Q' X ,Q YQ , x 4 DQ 0 T x O lone . 'I f ..00lOg. J, Q o 53" "-50 0' "-':' x Q cs 5 go I , :SERVICE g'- l ' ' 5 ' 9' 0' ' I X Dil 00,0 Xt. ...'0o00'..s ' I' Q.. ' --f 4 O"'llllIll"" X 11, I ,,lIlllp"'.. Z 0 : YR HIGH O". ff-A Q fx Wi lg, f ,J ,Q W ,, s WJ muh! , , 1 Q 'aww' W, rr N I . - if 5 Q J A llc? 3, ,px . . -N V , I . X at , X ' - ' Wig' : 'ff ' -fm 1 ., M, w f', '- W ' ' -, Q- JA-'K' g , , ., ,nm ' A V ,. ' if , ' ' ' mm 452' -' ' " .31 , Y -1 . 2 3 - '- fpffxz ' ".'1-Lark' .. Y .9 , , ,Y , I x,, . 1 ' ef ..,: :. M 1. -'sz' .E Q.. f W 'if -4 '-- --L ' ,M-fr' - 6 ' 'X,-as usa:-Il 1 .. V., , ,fc f fy ' lYORMAN Siv1iT11 ACKI1: AUSTIN editor business manage: 1962 SHIPS AND CUTS STAFF rlihis year, as in every year, a few de- voted students rendered a great service to the student hody of Caringer lligh School hy editing the annual, SNIPS AND CUTS. This task was started in the summer with the selling of ads hy the memhers of the staff. With the start of school the staff busily hegan their work for the year. Every eflort has heen made hy the memhers of the staff to make a yearhook representative of the student hody, faculty, and activities at Caringer. Une day many years after the puhlication of the annual, an exfstudent of Claringer will he ahle to flip through the pages oi' his hook, hringing hack mem' orics, usually good, of his life at Caringer. ik maximum amount of thought has gone into every detail of putting the hook to' gether. Ideas from every stall memher have helped to make SNIPS AND QlUTS a highly individualistic yearhook. Page Ninety-tttio ff ANITA ANDERSKJN LINDA AUSTIN Jos BEATTY JOHN BEMONT JUNE BLALOCK BONNIE BORTHEN RUTH IJOYLE KATHY FUNDERBURKE PAT HALE 'N X x. -ww NANCY PIARRIS -IOAN KERNS AIARY RUTH AIYERS SANDRA STROUPL5 BETTY TIIEILINQ: KIARI,-x VVEPKTN IIELEN VVOOLARD Fi QQIIARLITS lit-xucoixr, presiileiit rl.-XNIE Sraotivii, vice president l3Ainsixn.x AIAHKS, secretary P.Yl'll liI?I.K, trerzsizrcr 'llic Student Council, a representative group ol' the studcnt hody, is composed of the homeroom presidents lroin the freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior classes. 'lihe purpose ol' the Student Council is to co-ordinate all school activities and organizations and to promote good relations hetween the student hody and the faculty. During this year the Student Council formed an Inter-e Cluh Council to help coeordinate the activities of various cluhs and organizations. lXlcinhership on the Council in- cluded the presidents of the various cluhs at Garinger. At its first meeting the Council set up a calendar desig- nating the meeting days of the different cluhs so that conflicts would not occur. First row: Sue Green, Betty Morgan, Terry Granger, hlary llait, Donna Tutteroxv, Marsha House, Tula ljllllfh, Barbara Marks, -lanie Stroupe, -lanet Tennent, Shelia Graham, Susan Greene. Sec'- oml row: Meredythe Lawrence, Barbara Yeager, ,lane Morris, lionnic liorthen, Flo -Iohnson, Phyllis Ielles, Betty Moody, jinnny Morrison, Charles Baucoin, Doug Harvey, Karen Fullergar. Patsy Carson, Susan Fox, Patti Bcllx, ludv Ard. Tliird row: Fred Huff, STUDENT David Baucorn, Don Vllhite, Eddie Thore, Bobby Elmore, Carolyn Purcell, Peggy McAteer, Martha McAteer, -lane McAteer, Elaine llartnian, Don Anderson, Dick Minday, VVest Lanioureaux, Bobby Mills, Gary Bauconi, lean Collins, Charlie Miller. Fourtlz rout Mike jarrell, Charles Blankenship, Merritt Blalock, Robert Tucker, Don Bladen, Gene Gilleland, Mike Martin, Gene Powell, Freddie Cloninger. Page Niizefyffour ' CDUNCII First row: Bobby Elmore, Bobby Mills, Ronnie Underwood, David Baucom. Second row: Dick Minday, Doug Harvey, Ruth Pruitt, Jackie Smith, Janie Stroupe, Barbara Marks, Sherry Freeze, Ann Taylor, Pat Torrence, Judy Ard, Marilyn Boyd, Martha McAteer, Marsha House, Jerry Smith, Steve Laney. Third row: Eddie Thore, Carol Overman, Pat Carson, -lane Morris, Cindy Hall, Cirina nlclsaurin, Anita Anderson, olary Lynn McCall, Nan Dixvin Raueoixi, president ll0NNlli Uninuiiwoon, vice president Romer RlII.l.S, secretory Roisisv li:,l.1Xl0RE, trerisurer This year the Student Council sponsored a carnival to raise money for two one-hundred-dollar scholarships that are given away on Honors and Awards Day. Clubs and homerooins organized booths as part of the carnival. During the summer the Student Council sends its officers to a Student Council workshop at Appalachian State Teachers College in Boone. This conference enables the schools to share ideas and projects and thus improve their own student councils. Rufty, Harriet Small, Meredythe Lawrence, Barbara Yeager, Susan McClintock, Gail Barkley, Susan Fox, Toni Rowley. Fourtlz row: Clyde Poison, Wlade Frye, Robert Kirkpatrick, jim- my Blachlillan, Robert Tucker, Linda Cammer, Jimmy VVade, Gene Gilleland, Don Anderson, Dale Creighton, Freddie Clon- inger, john Hopkins, Charlie hliller, Richard Ayers, Gary Bau- eoin, VValter Sikes, Don VVhite, Skipper Pike. 4,.,, E .1 -f .4' if M. Q y tt , 1-WS' ' Page Nirzetyefire Q., .- f Q.,-W-if 'W' Q . 3'.5,flf0f " ' f 'aj 2 WC! Q if , ifatf vi-v i ' ." i Q . r H551 . .', Ia ' my s , ' , N' . 1.1- W A, . 'riff 4' ,I 3 .K ,. , 9 I, M 4 Q?" 4 l K E E gf x .aw 'Swv-.Q W J... H. L. BRANTLEY, editor CHARLES Slzhlvtouh lmsuzess mmzager During the selmool year, 1961-62, The Hfzuzlaler, under the leuclersluip of Miss Ban'- lmru llurrnon, adviser, and H. L. Brantley, eclitor, lived up to its ulirst elassl' rating given it by the National Selmolustie Press Assoeiuf llUl1. The paper covers sellool news uncl inter- esting eonnnunity events, creates infonnutive anal entertaining feature stories, untl provides CI1COLll'2lgClTlCl1t for selmool ldetterlnent fl1l'OLlgll provocative eclitorials. To supplement its luuclget, The llfznzlzler sponsored its annual eontest in wllielm Ann Sutton wus elmosen Miss lluslietlmll. Miss lltxlzlsfxlm llARMUN, mlviser -" j Q 3 ig,,? A ,nj XA 'v 55 Staxzcling: Marie Leslie, Julie Talbutt, Lillian Biggerstalff, Sandra Bowers. Seated: Cari ml iXlcKniglit. 4 Q-. ,ow SfL1l1LlilZIQZ ll. I.. llruntluy, -Iimmy llunf dy, Diana Slicrzxm, lcll lJuvi5. Sefzletl: ,Iimmy Vlladc. wwf .,-'17 W ZSQNQ ' 1...Nf H N .2 3 , ' ftiflfgl' iiifffmifag assi H,-,'..i G: lt-g,.'1- ' ??'3Qff55fm it ' E K Q, ,4.g.5,'lwQi.,.':'vf, V" ' ff -rw 21-Ma- Ff ' H +4 If wii4.'5?' wf?'tu JT 9, A A' in qbfftff j!i::.A:1J3?v'23 A Stmztling: Diana Aiken, Carol Mc- Knight, Rodney Stuart, Grazia Barker, Buddy I-Iulslmuser, Ann Smith, Freddie NVilliams. Seated: Marie Leslie, Linda Truutmun, Linda lllaluclx, Nina Castles. Y 1 X Seated: Jane Thomasson, Debby Latarus, Mike Fitzpatrick, janet Tennent, Donna Sanders, Colleen Capps, Sue Green, jane Suitt, Sibby Rowell, Pat Ueweese, Frances Vllilson, Elaine Vllilkins, Toy Young, Cynthia Eison, Pete Boswell, Carson McKnight, Sandra Funder- burke, Sherrill Hopper, Barbara Reese, Lorene Hasty, Brenda Knight, Shirley Farris. Starzding: Diana Sigmon, Mr. Stern, director, Danny Andrews, Patty Harwiek, Barbara Dobson, Alimmy Biffell, Chip Carter. URCIIESTRII Mn. S'l'l'llN, director Page .Nir1etx'feig1rt The Claringer lligh School String Orchestra offers an opportunity for students interested in playing string instruments to work together as an orchestra. its members find occasion to learn, to perform, and to appreciate good musical literature. Programs are presented by the entire group in the interest of Caringer and of the community. Each year the orchestra and the choir present the spring musical. The orchestra has repeatedly won top ratings in state competition. Some of the talented members perform as regular members of the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra. Others participate in the Piedmont Youth Orchestra. OFFICERS Louewrs I-lAs'rY, secretary DEBBY LAzARus, vice president jixmi FFHONIASSON, president mf X an A A H Danny Andrews, Putty Barwig, Burbarzi Dobson, ,limrny Rizzoli, Chip Carter. Sandra Fundcrburke, Lorcne Hasty, Barbara Reece, Brenda Knight, Shirley Farris, Carson Mciinigiit. M- its-.ia 4 ' 4. '-w -.ur - if Q- 'W Sue Green und jane 'liliuiimswn ure the twu senior nieinbers of time nrciiea- tru. Sibby Ruweii, Jane Suitt, Fruiices Uiii- wn, Elaine XVilkins. L 1 WM 41' M Jonfrrfs AND usrrmalnz 7' H 5 i 'iq 'warg , Clair: L r Y " :rin XlAjoir15'1"1'iQs: Elaine llammer, Phyllis Patton, Tina Davis, eo- lieurl umjorelle, Alanet liarney, Sylvia Johnson, eoelietrrl nimjorelle, l,ora Lee Cliff, Cheryl Lee. Li-1'i"l'ifiic1i1iLs: Isorene Ilasty, Sandra liiiiiderlnurlie, ,ludy l,:lyton, lieml lUf1eijL1ii'l, Nancy Moore, vlacliie XVilliams, Linda Gibson, Ann liallain, Kleredythe I-awrence, Sherry Stegall, Marsha Broach, Pam Shuliord, Sandy Shuford. Page Om' Hzuzrherl The marching Wilclctits of G. ll. S., under the direction of Nr. jack Stern and of drum major, Robert Kirlxpatricli, gave a series of outstanding musical arrangements and unique halfetime shows at Garingers football games. At the close of the football season, the con- cert band was organized, and it participated in the District and State Concert Band comf petition. This year the hands program consisted of marching in the Armistice Day and Carrousel parades, the openings of the lXleclqlenburg Fair and the North Carolina Trade Fair, and in the Shrine Bowl Game. members of the band represent participation Each year Caringer in the AlleCity and the All-State Hands where they have received top honors. In the spring the hand presented concerts lor both the school and the community. BAND First row: Elaine Hammer, -lanet lfarney, Phyllis Patton, Tina Davis, Sylvia johnson, Lora Lee Cliff, Cheryl Lee. Second row: Lorene Hasty, Sandra Funderburke, Judy Layton, Nancy Moore, jackie XVilliarns, Linda Gibson, Ann Kallam, hleredythe Lawrence, Sherry Stegall, hlarsha Broach, Sandy Shuford, Pam Shuliord, Robert Kirkpatrick. Third row: Jack Stern, director, Benny hlcLaughlin, Greg- ory Nance, Mike Sing, VValter Black, Fred Hough, Bill Harrell, Clinton Seegars, Steve Bt-lk, ,lack Foy. Fourilz row: Linda Allen, Diana Sheram, Dorothy Nance, Jean Smothers, Bill Gardner, Robert Tucker, Dennis Carroll, jerry Miller, David Mclnnis, Linda Cox, Paula Howie, Dianna Helms, Karen Suitt. Fifllz row: Pat Tennant, Keith Shriner, Robert VVall, Tom Harmon, Creed Smith. Jerry Almond, hlike Lambert, john Pippin, Lewis Hooper, joe Payne, Ricky Bouley, Avery Hilton, Jimmy Skinner, George Vkialters, Ellen Trice, Charles Pearson. Sixth row: Ann Taylor, Vveldon Hyde, hlike Icing, Iohnny Griffin, King Webb, A1 Scott, Bill Green, Louis Honeycutt, Bobby Farr, Steve Griffin, Howard Poindextcr, john Gouch, Louise Grump, Iimmy hlchlillan, Roger Koehler, Linda Love. Sevezztlz row: Dale Creighton, Judy Arnet, Alike Herndon, Bobby VVhisnant, VVally Yarbrough, Larry Boone, Iohnny Johnson, Ellison Clary, Bob Young, Joyce Trigg, Iohnny Graham, VVade Fry, Chip Bridges, Kathleen Koehler, Dennis Ball, Ioan Bartley. Eighth roni: Bonnie Byerly, Jack Freeman, Eldred Dur- rence, Eric Biggers, C. M. VVorthy, Skip Erlandson. Don Bladen, Tommy Sparks, Ken hliller, John hlcGall, Chris Pridgen, Mike Jenkins, Charles Earncy, Carma Young. Eddie Black, Albert Britt. Nirztlz row: hlark Stroupe, Bobby Bartlett, Virgil Liner, Dale VValls. X., D 0 FICER XVesley Bay, frcnszfrerg Robert Tucker, secreirrryg Robert Kirk- patrick, liVlHll major, Louis Honeycutt, Vice presiclclzt: George 7 H alters, president. Page Out' Illllllllftll 4 i is an ' Tw i I E i 1 1 , I C . i , . l ii First row: lflifaluetll Ilill, Tina Davis, Rose Casliion, Anita An- derson, Linda Bartlett, Anita Douglas, Beverly Vllalters, -loel Uaitlier, Sylvia Swaker, 'ludy Mallet, Lyndal Simpson, ludy Hiller, Donna Estes, Brenda nlefrorie, Dollie Orr. Second row: Diana Siginon, Linda Osborne, lna l.ee Vllooley, Paulette Brown, Sherry Stegall, Anne Stovall, Myra Mare, Louise Gralialn, Lora lee Cliff, llrenda llray, .ludy Layton, Dianna llelnis, Dianna xx Slmeram, Carol Morris, Shelley Hodge, Judy Seegers. Tlzird ron Mr. Sanders, director, Roddy Beard, Sammy Dellinger, Darrell Carlton, Joe VVilson, Kenneth lXlelton. Nlilqe Blalock, Dan lyleigs Sammy Cain, jerry Almond, Olin Vllliitener, lolinny Griffin Bobby Mills, Eddie Thore, Butch Reynolds, Betty Jo Knight Kay Stuart. SANDRETTES Dianna llelms, l,ora l.ee Cliff, ludy Miller, Donna Lee lfstes, .Iucly Iayton, Ina Lee VVooley. MR. IOHN SANDERS, director 'fin l i V The Garinger lligh School choral direction of lXlr. John Sanders, have merous programs during the school served the school and the community tion in the Thanksgiving assembly, in gram of Christmas music presented P. T. A. meeting, in various church the Easter Sunrise Service. groups, under the performed in nu- year. They have hy their participaf the beautiful pro- at the December festivities, and in The production of a musical comedy in the spring always focuses attention on the work of the groups. Each student in a chorus receixes some instruction in music theory and appreciation, as well as the opportu nity to participate in organiled singing. A line coeoper ativc effort hy memhers ol' the choruses enahled them to receive a superior rating in the vocal music contest Q in Alhemarle. Over a period ol' eight years, Caringer ' choral groups have received ten superior ratings and a lexv excellent ratings. First row: Bonnie Davis, Eddy Bell, Gloria Huggins, Pat Treadway, Jean Grimsley, Sue Thomp- son, Carol Allred, Judy Yandle, Cindy Sherin, Peggy Broome, Betty Hinson. Second row: Pam Deluca, Susie Pender, Brenda Railey, Gloria Fowler, Shirley King, Judy Craig, Julie Lee, Dolly Fowler, Carolyn McCoy, Cindy Fuller, Belvia Cook, Elaine Hammer, Sandra Bowen. Tlzirrl row: Brenda Shuford, Carolyn Haywood, Gail Davis, Bill Gardner, Mike Fitzpatrick, John Griffin, VValter Lawing, Tommy Poteat, David Jarvis, Sammy Dellinger, Leon Cooke, Judy Gurley, Sandra Clark, Marion Gay, Mr. John Sanders, clirector. CIIURUS A i l i l l i 1 First row: Linda Walker, Barbara Helms, Hazel Vanderford, Carol Black, Luana Helms, Sheila Cashion, Sheila Shoup, Jill Pierson, Linda Biggers, VVanda Jordon, Toni Rowley, Joyce hlcRorie, Sheila Green, Joyce Farrell. Second row: Kay Helms, Becky Phillips, Betty Jerman, Carolyn Petty, Pam Wlilliams, Janelle Weir, Diane Burnside, Martha Kanipe, Patsy- Thomas, Vicki Thomas, Gwen Chapman, Martha Caldwell, Linda VValters, Dondra Rowland, Lillian Biggerstaff, Linda Davis. Third row: Mr. Sanders, director, Richard Christenbury, Henry Fisher, Butch Norkett, Glenn Hargett, Buddy Smith, Ken Melton, Bernie Stogner, Jimmy Hamilton. Ronald Godfrey, Gary Coincon, VVeldon Hyde, Lynn Lackey, Butch Hitchcock. . r . '-. W-wzuwa CIIURUS B 1 L ,N jffn 4 45, - an .0- Wua, xml' M-" r'-M7 Bobby Eagle, joel Gaither, lX"lerritt Blalock, Nancy Tadlock. Alzseizi from picture: julie Talbutt, clmirmmz. AMERICAN I ID SERVICE UMM TE illhe American Field Service is an international organ' ifation to promote better understanding and world brotherhood by the interchanging of high school students throughout the world. lleadquarters in the United States are in New Yorlt, but there are many local chapters throughout the counf try with several in Charlotte. Caringefs foreign exchange student is sponsored by the ,lunior Uptimist Club. The school's American liield Service Committee and a faculty representative, lXlrs. lilora lluntley, help the program to run smoothly. This year our student, Ulf Lowhagen, is from Sweden. Another aspect of the clubs work is the "Americans Abroad" program. information concerning top students who meet the necessary requirements is submitted to the New York office which selects the semilfinalist. This year Dale Creighton has been selected as the semi-finalist from Claringer. fu V 1 If 1. X gf ,Ieff Uavis, spmzsorg Mrs. Huntley, mlviser of fl. Ii. S. Comuziiteeg Ulf Lowhagen, foreign C.X'C.'1IlllIj.fC slzmleizl. CAM RA CHI The Camera Club, one of Caringer's newest clubs, was or- ganized in Qctober by students who are interested in photog- raphy. Wor'k is carried on in a partially equipped darkroom at the school. Interest in the club has increased as is shown by the fact that the membership has almost doubled since it was or- ganized. Members of the Camera Club have put on a show of prize- winning photographs sponsored by the Eastman Kodak Company. Some pictures have also been en- tered in various nationwide con- tests by the members of the club. It is expected by all that this newly-formed club, the Camera Club, will be a great asset to the extracurricular activities of Caringcr. Standing: Eddie Thorc, presiderzlg jerry Almond, treasurer, Graham Yarbrough, vice presi- dent. Seated: Camille Martin, Diana Sheram, secrelaryg Miss Moser, arlriserg Gregory Nance, Stanley Lonon. aff' 133' 13 9' 1-js GLX. 1'9" Kr Carolyn Epperson, Barbara Peclcworth, Vicky Scoggins, Barbara Bishop, Brenda NlcCrory, Glenn Cook, Sammy Dellinger, Don Anderson, Deward Douglas, Louis Barber, Judy Miller, Elsie Allred, Kay Chester, Ann Kallam, Judy Mallet. Bl0l0G Y ASSISTANTS The Biology Assistants render a very valuable service for which they do not receive any scholastic credit. They help to keep the laboratories clean and lab equip- ment organized. They often assist busy teachers by scoring objective tests and by running errands. Page One Hzmdied Fire 'msg f 4- -gy Y Y YW, l-, ,, e --- ,.,V ...el - ee e, e ,Q -I U 0- VISII l AID The AudioeVisual Aids Committee is a small service organization whose purpose is to enable classes to use films and recordings as scheduled by the teachers. The Commit- tee co-ordinates the use of such materials and the maintenance of the equipment. TOMMY Enron, BERRY YEMM, ERVIN VVILSON. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS The Library Assistants work at the cliarging desk and help prepare new boolas. Their job is done as an unselllish service to the school, as they receive no credit for work- ing in the library. Seated: Carol Black, Melva Odell, Tina Davis, Ann Hood. Slmzdirig: Elizabeth Stacey, Betty jean Crowell, Diane VVarner, Nina Castles, Tommy Hughes, David Higginsons, Beverly Poovey, Elizabeth Bradley, Sylvia Loftes. l"" ,, P1120 One Ilzuzdred Six AMATEUR R D 0 Clll The Garinger Iligh School Amateur Radio Clubs aims are to promote interest in Amateur Radio as a satisfying hobby and in electronics as a vocation. The cluh, which was originally estahf lished in 1953 at Central Iligli School, helps interested persons become licensed radio amateurs through study of the regulations and experimcntations of the lied- cral Communications Commission. R D 0 W0 KSIIUP The purpose of the Radio VVOrkshop is to provide speech training and experience not only for students interested in a hroad- casting career but also for all stue dents who may be interested in better speech. Randy Coens, Skip Erlandson, King VK'ehh, Richard lit-Il. Gus Cottros, llolaert l urn, FUIIIIIIY llarinon, Alike lxing, Mike jones, Klr. Dieter, mli'isei'. -il N Ed Blorton, Jeff Davis, Vtlest Lamoureaux. Glenda Kincaid, Klilse York. Uarrcll Carlton, lerry Klartin, Sammy Cain. George Rhodes, Klr. Rallance, utiriserg 'liolninx Elffldv TOIUTUY Bl21Cli, Ervin Vxlilson, Phil llcfoy, loc Nlartin, Rohhy Klills, loe VVilson. W Page One Hirzzriivd Seven l i 1 l Vx A"f'2?f1i- .J 4 7 1 V. fi: 5Vgigg5RAf ED x-.' :ilk Wren' v',,, K, f Clmrles Sizemore, Don Anderson, and Clzarles Baiicoin happily zznticipnfe the pleasant reaction of lite student liody to their Clzristuzizs gift from Ilze Key Cliibfilze 1962 directories KEY Ulf Lowlzugeiz, Grziirzgens foreign-exclmnge student and lzonorury menzlver of the Key Club, wzilclzes Us Charles Hzincom presents ,Uiss Abell IZ clzeclc. As ils contrilmlion to the success of the foreign exchange program, ilze Key Club has paid for Ulf's liinclzes this year. The Key Club, Garinger's selective boys' service club, has played a key part in the activities of the school. Most important service project of the year was the compilation, publication, and distribution of the Key Club Directory to all Caringer students. This is an annual project, done at no cost to the stu- dents. The club also helped pay the expenses of the foreign exchange student, a member of the club. Members of the club were active in state and district meetings. The club was well represented at the Carolinas District convention, held at Winston-Salem in March. The club held the annual Key Klub Kapers dur- ing the last week of April, presenting the student body with an opportunity to relax and giving talented students a chance to "kick it outf' The proceeds from the Kapers went to finance two S200 scholarships, one given to a deserving Key Club member, the other to some other deserving student. 1' 'Q IE?-3 lllqg' box S X ' x f X c 1 u B xx-QA-Egg! Singer, Ken Melton, has an appreciative audience of one in Don und raising program sponsored 173 the Ke3 Club Anderson, as Ken tries out for the Key Kluli Kapers, an annual f -I . . L 1 , I ' '1' .I V M1 vw s A. vnu DENNIS SCRUGGS ,IEEE DAVIS ..... CHARLES BAUCOM DON ANDERSON . . RAY SPRATT . . OFFICERS . gs-. sw-r I , L Q ' ' .. ' I wa .. ,K 'sg ' " is 'gr f vw- . I- N, ,If X Iv V1 5, f K' 131' Q T7 E Q "dig . Q f.. -.... ww,- Lg j . . . . . . .treasurer attendance officer . . . . .president . . .vice president . . .secretary 'vw '51 L '5 , A.. -, 4-v , Nr ye Y " 4. ,J - If- 4."iI15 ' 'Pagi- C1, f':':lQ.f L, ' ' R , ' 53 ,Q 2 5 , . v I 3" X sk. W . 'Wy 1 - 5 4-num!-1 2. ,,..., Rv' X Fa- DON AINlJlfllNtJN XNTWNIL Bus L'IIIIIII.Es l3fxIII'OxI 'DAVID BAIIVONI Cfxm' BIIIIIDNI RONNII1 COOI-I-'II lI5I1If IDAVIS DILWAIID IJOLIIIIAQ EDDIE DOWNINO FLOYD FUYVl.liR CLENIS cIII,I.liI.ANIJ DOUG II.xIIvI'Y Roman HIIIIIAIID NIIKE ,l.xnIzIfI. BILL KELLY XVAN KELLY ULI1' LOXVIIACLICN IJICK XIINDIIY -IIAIMY KIOIIIIISON PIHIIXI PAYNI41 DENNIS SCIIIIOGS CDLINTON SEILILEIIS VVALLI' SIIOIIP VVALTEII SIKES C'I-IAIILES SIZI-'AIOIII1 RAY SPEIITT IIENRY THOMAS SAMMY FFUDD BONNIE LINDILHVVOOD DON VVIIITI7 IJAYID VVILIIINSON l S S I -I 1 Q ,.u'...g.-,.. BUDDY' IIIIINIIIIIIQIQII I I V1 5' ff-' 3 EI f I l11111r1,a' Uluile is l7Ulllg zirgeil by Betty Tlll63illlINQ tllltl A1 C tH'I'Cll 111 lim' s111tir111e1',1' 1'1111l pep carils. Tlzis umizey will 111 mail for tl xclzoliwsliip. KW..-w' f 5 lr J l'11t 1ll11c1111l11y 11111l Sl1c1'1'.1' Yvliiic' L'1lLfL'l'lj' Llcccpl 111111101 fm 1' 1111111111l llc'111'f llriw. Faces liglzf up wlzeiz Ce1ztr11s11 picks zip. Nancy Harris, Iiiclcie Suziilz, lllzzry 1-511111 McCall, am lleleiz Ufoolunl pmt signs 10 prouzote tlze Spring project I l Sponsored by the Altrusa VVomen's Organization, Centrusa is a selective girl's service club for juniors and seniors. Centrusa's purpose is to render service to Caringer and to the community, and to promote school spirit. Most important of all Centrusa projects was the annual fashion show. This show not only entertained the large audience but also gaye the girls some good experience in managing and directing a production of their own. ln the fall members sold Caringer stationery, and after football season sold pep cards in support of the basket- ball team. At Christmas the Centrusa collected clothing, shoes, food, and toys, and gave a destitute family a very merry Christmas. ln February the girls collected for the Heart Fund and later helped the Cancer Society by mak- ing bandages. A scholarship was awarded to a deserving senior girl on Honors and Awards Day. an , V, , do eff xx X 4 aff: , ,.. .M First Semester Officers Kathy Hodges, Rll11ll7lCl' lAC1,7VCS6'llfL7fi1'Ej Mary Lynn Nlcfall, Silt' dent Council represerzlutiveg Amy Carrett, treuszirerg Nlary jane Walsh, secretaryg Paula Helm, vice president: Janie Stroupe, president. Second Semester Officers Kathy Hodges, Rambler l'U17l'656'l1fllfil'EQ Nan Rulity, Slmlerzl Council represenmtive: jackie Smith, treasurer: Pennie Edwards, seereturyg Ruth Pruitt, vice president: -Ianie Stroupe, president, as :- 1 wg w., " 'sf ,r .. r , 3, 2 ' 'X-H r l'f , s ' f JPL fur -'N c QAM",-". . ' L. Q-r 5 HEY JH .gi 5' ' ,lf 2' .1 l 1 V 1 3 ry 3, ' , 1, f 1-X, agqx, - h First row: Janie Stroupe, Paula Hehn, Mary jane VValsh, Amy Garrett, Mary Lynn McCall, Kathy Hodges. Second row: Susan Henderson, Pat Macaulay, Sherry VVhite, Kay Chester, Judy Miller, Karen Ledford, 'ltine Blalock, Helen VVoolard, Pennie Edwards, Nancy Harris, Nancy Tadiock. Third row: Linda Gibson, Marsha Broach, Pam Shu- ford, Dale Creighton, Iackie Smith, Tootie Caldwell, Ruth Pruitt, Peggy Sims, Betty Theiling, Nan Ruttv, Ianet Stroud, Phyllis Huffman, Mrs. Hawn, adviser, Debbie Lazarus, jean Collins. i I ' Page One Humlreri Eleven IARLOTI N. xnxx M-.. ' -KN , 4--I' v-54 I if 'V' Q 'il G V'-of f pw-f First row: hlary Ruth Myers, Helen VVoolarcl, hlarsha Gordon, Martha McAteer. Second row: Pat Macaulay, Sandra VVillia1ns, Ruth Gordon, Gaile Honeycutt, Lincla jackson, Patti Bclk, Pa- tricia Carson, Janice Harris, Cheryl Lee, Lora Lee Cliff, Marie llaueoin, Bonnie Borthen. Third row: Susan Henderson, Sancly Shuforrl, Pat Giles, Penny Maye, Linda Pless, Ann Stovall, 'liri- sha Xkfelsh, Patsy Harris, Pat Bunn, june Blalock, -lean VVhitt. K. x Q, X 'x -fy . ...sy Page One llzuzclred '1'Il'L'l1'L' , 1' Fourrlz row: Susan Reynolds, Toy Young, Sue Thompson, Susan Greene, Lou Caldwell, Maria Vlfleelaly, julie Lee, janet Stroud, Nancy Harris, Pam Shuforcl, Flo johnson, Dale Creighton, Cookie Livingston, Debbie Lazarus, .loel Gaither, Patsy Vllillialns, Lincla Blalock, Carolyn Haywood, Linda Scarborough, Gwen Chapman, Lorene Hasty, Nancy Tacllocli, Nancy Southworth. ADI-'IPIIIAN OFFICERS 'Hi lXlAm' RLITII AIYERS . . . . .treaszuei IIELEN VVooLAnn .. ..... secrelm3 lXlARTIIA iXlCATEER .. .. .vice president AIARSIIA Goimow , ..presitient l ,4 g X .,,,,m-' WMA 4 in ,. I 4,,. , , lx L X1 warm., if Q Service, character, friendship, scholarship- these are the four functions of the Adelphians. The sale of programs at all the home games, a carwash, and a paper drive in the spring g- f helped finance the service projects of the 1 f,ii Adelphian Club, a sophomore service organi- zation. A one-hundred-dollar scholarship was awarded to a deserving senior girl on Honors and Awards Day. Donations were given for the improvement of the Children's Wa1'cl at Presbyterian Hospital, where two girls went every afternoon to entertain the children. The Adelphians participated in the lleart Fund drive in February. They also gave a donation to CARE. fl Z' C M ,. X. f 5535" it ,, M fi x 4 "' 4 MW' 9 ,,f, 4 w , ffff . Mfg X f I . ezraayf t f 1 A ,,'t,jjQ44f..,y I. , fi f "'r t "W asf y' A it ' is , jk 5 1 4+ sayf f ,ek ei 1 june Blalock anal Pat ,llacaulay final joy in service as tlzey collect money for tlze Heart Funcl. SV' 3435 , ., st s-agtgjfgfj ,ii An annzial service project of tlze Aolelplziarzs is lzelping in the C'l1ilolren's Warfl at Presbyterian Hospital. Nancy Harris and Mary Ruth Myers enjoy entertaining tlie little patients with stories and games. may A Maria Vlfeelcly aml Ianet Strourl urge Roger Hiblaarfl to lmy a footlmll pl'Og1'I1H1. Page One Humlreil Tlzirteen as - 5. .. , 9' 'N-rm L i 1 5 uk 1 1 We Reggie Dyer .... Susan Yanclle .. Pain House .. Paul VVebb .. .1- . F. Cl UB we Distrihutiye Education is cleliinecl as the eornhif nation of learning a joh at school and then applying it at yvorly. The stuclent gets scholastic units for the employment experience anal for his elassworlg. D. E. lnernlners participated in district, state, ancl national conventions, anal honorecl their employers at an annual hanquet. Linda Strikeleather Harold Caskey ,,... Ronnie VVQ-label' .. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS Ronnie Vllebber ........................... parliamenrariaiz Sue MCGDHI . . ....... treasurer 3 Carol Oyernian . . .rice president George Krause .. ......... president Susan Yanclle . . . .associate presidenf Pain House .. ....,... secretary Paul Wlebb . . , , .reporter SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS C 4 I I fs?" M W ss'9' sw v . 'm4"' WW? aw. Ja fmw' 3 . . .parlia111e1ztaria11 . . . . . . . .treasurer . . .rice president . . . . . . . . .president . .associate president . . . . . . . . .secretary . . .reporter - , 'un ui A, ,z we' :uf 'fr -'ww ff fr , .7 7-1 .., ,gm . . my A X . ,,. A 5 ,QW First row: Carol Overinan, Diane Duncan, Pat Gaslcin, Patsy Thornton, Pain House, Nikki Daniel, Susan Yanclle. Second row: -Ioyee King. Nancy Heasley, Melanie Moser, Linda Carpenter, Dixie Vvilson, Linda Tucker. Third row: Sue KleGinn, Linda Strileeleather, Diane Wleinholcl, Carol Lari, Peggy Kirby, Donna Barrett, Bliss Blakely, adviser. Fozirtli row: Boyce hlullis, Paul Vllehh, Harold Caskey, Reggie Dyer. Fifth row: Bobbie Howie, Frank Hayes, larry Dtllinsgtr Gene Hartsell lou Liles Ronnie Vllcbber G orve Krause. Page Une Hzixzdred Fourteen vu... 'gf First row: Scotty Robertson, Emily Bell, Jackie Smith, Betty Theiling, Ann Taylor, Barbara Bishop, QEddie YXQ1,l.kg,p.lSec0i1d row: Mr. Karl Sawyer, miviser, Robert Tucker, Norman Smith, Nlerritt Blalock, Sammy Dellinger, Louis Honeycutt, Robert Vllall, Eddie Downing, Dick Minday, Billy Graham, Herman Triplett, Bill Spivey, Iohn Bemont, Lawrence Talbot, George Rhodes, Eddie Thore, Frank Rogers, Don Liles, Arnot Meyer, Ellison Clary, Doug Harvey, Graham Yarborough, Sam Long, Robert Kirkpatrick, Mickey Nieholaides. ENGINEERS Cl IIB The Engineers Glub provides Garinger students with the opportunity to meet and know some of Gharlotte's leading professional engineers and some members of the seientifie professions. The club, with Mr. Karl Sawyer as adviser, meets an average of twice per month to hear a visiting speaker from the Charlotte Engineers Club or to view movies about engineering professions. lVlembership in the club is open to all students. us, FIRST SEMESTER RICHARD ATINDAY , lianarxim Rlsuov . . . Roisuur KIRKPATRICK MeP.P.iT1' BLALOCK . SECOND Roaigivr KIRKPATRICK Doug: IIARVLY ,,.., BETTY Trieirimz ,, Riu. Spivm' .... Page One Hundred 1--..f . . . ptdxitlelll . .seereltlrli . . - . . . .ii'8tISliVL'l' Vice 11Ve'sitic'1II SEMESTER . . . .presiiieizl rice presiiieu! . . . .seerefiuji . .treusiirer Fifteen iff ,ARLUTTI X 4 H i .lf ' x ,1 Swv. ,iq Ffi, ff " " . ., V, ' :Q .51 Y, Y li i 8 ii '27 y .19 ? Wy 0' I Iggy f ' ,giklflm 'PT lggilUlW ARLUIT' FIRST SEMESTER M lean Collins . Susan Fox .... SECOND SEMESTER lna Lee VVooley . . . .... Student Council rep: Pam VVilliams , lfirsl row: Ann Sutton. .lean Collins, Marsha liroaeli, lna Lee Vllooley, Carol Morris, Slielley Hodge, Karen Ledford, Marian Prager, Sherry Donaldson, Linda Spencer, Susan Fox, Pat Macaulay. Second row: Judy Miller, Emily Bell, ,Indy Layton, Slicrry Stegall, Pam VVilliams, Gail liarldey, janet Earney, Anita Anderson, Pennie Edwards, Susan Gim- mon. Tlziril row: llutlm Pruitt, Barbara Marks, 'Ianie Stroupc, Rose Casliion, Amy Garrett, Kathy Hodges, Paula Helm, joel Gaillicr, Mary .lane Vllalsli, .Ianet Stroud, Sandra Stroupc. Fourtli row: Lora Lee Cliff, Nancy lXloore, Donna Estes, Mary Lynn Mcfall, Connie Summers, Nancy Tadlock, Mary Ruth Myers, Lou Caldwell, Judy Ard, 'Ioyee VVcl1li. M1 ....presizlem Linda Spencer . .vice presiiient Sandy Tipton . . ..,.. secretary Sandra Stroupe . . . ..................... treaszirer . .... Stzulezit Council represeiztalive GIRLS' 6000 SPURTS CLUB Mary Lynn McCall .... .... p resident Susan Fox .......... .vice president Peggy Simg , , . . .SeCYeff11'j' Ruth Pruitt ..... ..................... t rezisiirer 'esentative , . . ........ Rnmlaler representatilie I ff S I ' A 4 , Qi , s ' as L. 'Y ' E ' Low , . Ip , ,, ARI-DT gh RLO1' 5,4 E , V ig T xi .LOT x QI Qsfflgr . 8 fhr, f 'IZ 1"'LOTF" if-sv. -E '52 ' i V 5 S RLDTY' S.. mf , ""' ,f A '-fl f - ' S--' , A : .:., , """' fl' s l 4 -vi 4 D 4. at 4. ARLO ag X .Il , " ' -mor via 95'lRL0T'r-:- ARI-0 5' E ' , f ii?" My ' w Q-, ,mtl 'ff ri N af' 'LA 4'-SW' ' W W - ,,., A , 4,4,,, 665 Pam .. ARLUT f LOT 'L' RLG 'f.RL0'T J' Rm -1-if 5' -" J 3. :ff :fair 77. x '55 rx. Ly fi: 1 , ff V fp S 1 i ,-, - r ' - ' " 4-N A x 'Y QARLUTT glARLOT 4-4C"""Al' RLG Mi' ,Af If 'gi' ""'Ultb. ,lanie Stroupe, lllary Lynn .llcCall, and A Susan Fox offer refreslrnzents and smiles to the patients at rl lerey Hospital from tlie Alary ,lo cart. Thirty years ago one of the most widely recognized and highly respected girls' clubs in the city of Charlotte was born. The suggestion that a Cirls' Cood Sports Club be organized to promote school spirit, sportsmanship, and citizenship gave Caringer, then know as Central, a very valuable service club. A yearly activity of the C, C. S. is the selling of twirlies at football games and corsages at the homecoming game. Car- washes have helped to finance a scholarship given each year on Honors and Awards Day. The supporting of their motto, "Lend a hand," soon stretched out beyond the realm of school activities and into community affairs. The girls this past year have continued to run the Mary Jo cart at Mercy Hospital and to show films at the Rehabilitation Center. Volunteers from the club have also helped with the yearly Heart Fund and Easter Seal campaigns. , , ' Mild- . ,L Xptvfsvwxasaiff l 4 l 5 l l Ina Lee Woolegf and Samlra Stroupe sell twirlies to lzelp support the football team. E 3 r 1 l 'l r l l Susan Fox, Linala Spencer, Penny Eflwarrls, anal jean Collins slzow films to tlze elzilrlren at Clzarlottc Relzalailitation Center. Page One Hunflreel Seventeen so Y arf 7 Seated: jane Morris, Judy Parker, Brenda Mauney, Melva Odell. Standing: Linda Vvalters, Sharon Ranson, Judy Hardison, Sandra Anderson, -lulia Buckley, Vicky Scog- gins, Kitty Butler, Miss Ryan, zidviser, fynthia McCoy, Marsha Broach. H rrlr rurun IIDMEMAKER 0 AMERICA 'Ioy and satisfaction of homemaking and family life are the high goals of each future homemaker. The cluh's most important project during this year was thc selling of name tags for those students going away to college. Another, which has become an annual tradition, is the presentation of silver trays to outstanding homcmaking students. This year the Future llomemakers of America had a very successful "surprise hoxn hooth at the Student Council carnival. Each girl having at least one year of home- making or presently taking homemalaing is eligible for club membership. FUTURE TEACHERS 0 AMERICA Future Teachers of America is an organization composed of students who have expressed an in' tercst in teaching as a profession. lts ohjectives are to develop in its melnhers teaching potential and to help them explore the opportunities in the field of education. Practically all of the activities of the F. T. A. are services to the school. Activities this school year have included assisting teachers with their duties, honoring the menihers of the faculty on Teacher Appreciation Day, reading professional articles, serving as guides for the P. T. A. open house, and attending the state convention. First row: jill Pierson, Susan Giminon, lane Tholnasson. Susan Fox. Second row: Rose Gashion, Shannon Hersh- berger, Meredythe Lawrence, Sue Green, Lily St. Clair, Alice Martin, Teresa Mullis. Third row: Toy Young, Sandra Behan, Myra Mare, Pain Gattis, Lucy St. Glair, Marsha Brewer, Janelle VVeir, Donna Harrelson, lohn Craig. Fourth row: Beverly VValters, Gayle Halter, Patsy Ratteree, Deanna Cook, Cindy Carlton, Anita Anderson, Nancy Southworth, Diane Hollenheek. Fifth row: Gail Sims, Tony Rowley. VVayne Taylor, Glenda Kincaid, Pat Deweese, Joan Mcfartv. 'T r . ,,. fl 'uf .. aj Q ,gs 1. Qc l ' 1 Y f 'K 'H ,.. rif. ss f VloirN QillAlG . jim, PiEiisoN . . - JANE Tirommssox IXNITA IXNDLRSUN OFFICERS vice lrerlszt rel' secretmj president presitlelll V, ., sid 511. L.L..L+sl 1 Q 1 R , l l F graft. gs.. 'Via :if ,- :mul Jitzqwt yr if Q- Mm 1, -.r Q' - f ' re rg a, 5 . ..,,r cur' 5 fl ' -, 'wsftwafiftaifi ...3T.L:L-..s2'L..f :"Qt+e'.-f.-.'r-.s6r23ff.e-,:..- P z,f5"'.13'. 4452-1f.i'vr .fb 'e'..'.-ar- -...ff-f . ft., 1.14 .L 1 Ax, f'--fu-is--.fri .L-iiimaifeff' ' L.. - 3 .Q -4 it 1 I 'if' - r . ,- .aaaag MA' V fd" ' ' 4: fl ,3f',,"f,f fr OFFICERS Diana Sheram . . . . . , ..... 11Ili'l"Cllll1 C7U11lIL'll represe11Ir1tii'e Helen Monohan , .... ............,......... p Vesirlerzi Harriet Vlestniorelancl . . . . . .Inter-clzfl1 Cfozmcil represerrtzrtive lucly Mallet ........ ..................... s ecrerrrry Barbara Yeager ,. .... ...... f VCIISZWCI' Nlereclythe Lawrence .. 5- .-A3 . rice 17VCSil'l6'lZf - EENS' "Service" is the passwordl The Garinger Y-Teen Club, a noneselective group sponsored by the Y.VV.C.fX., has triecl to live up to its purpose this year by engaging in a number of service projects. The big project for the year was playing Santa Claus to a thirteen-year-olcl unclerprivilegecl girl. Because of Caringefs Yflieens, this young laCly's Christmas was brightened by many pretty clothes ancl gifts. Ciaringcr Y-Teens participated in the lleart Fund tlrive and other Y-sponsored activities, including the city-wide Y.VV.C.A. potato-chip sale to raise funds for Y-activities. Locally, Caringer has benef fittccl by the activities of this club of sixteen girls. The trophies and their cases owe their sparkle to the Y-Teens. First four: Harriet VVestmorelanCl, Helen Monohan, Mere- clythe Lawrence, Diana Sheram, Iucly Mallet, Barbara Yeager, Carolyn Epperson. Second row: hlartha VVestmore- lancl. Sally Loven, Ann Hood, Miss Dean, adviser, Camille Klartin, Sharon Ranson, Anita Anderson, Brencla hlauney. Vicky Scoggings, Janet Connelly. kr, L- an ,M QARLU wi E Qi as? , '90 -if mf Q as l V ' 1 !.,f1ff2L2 .,, ,S-,kd 173 Lb., , . v-"" i' i' nw I' 1 Service is the main characteristic of the office assistants. They are constantly striving to help teach- ers, counselors. and fellow stue dents by delivering messages, run- ning errands, and helping with attendance. First rmir: Beth Hemphill, Sandra VVilliams, Linda Love, Ann Taylor, Pat Hale, Barbara Marks, Ina Lee VVooley, Ann Kallam, Cathy Stribling, Pat Carter. Second role: Trisha VVelsh, Nina Castles, Jane lNleAteer, Sandra Eunderburke, Sally Loven, Brenda Mauney, judy Ard, Diane Turner, Dollie Fowler, Sue Davis, Skip Karnes, Pat Myers. Tliird row: Eric Nixon, Eddie Thorc, Freddie Cloninger, Richard Disney, .lean Griffin, Susan Bailes, Phyllis Skidmore, Barbara VVherry, jo Ann Cooper, Gloria Overcash, Yvonne Stollery, -Ioyee Lewis, Diana Kennerley. First row: Mike Proctor, Mike Langford, VVest Lznnoureaux, Kenny Gasque, Charles Siyemore, Cynthia Casey, Anne Stovall, Sue Green, Chet Cummings, Sterling Roth, Avery Hilton, Gary Biggers, VVayne Case. Second row: Linda VValters, Janet Earney, Ruth Gordon, Marilyn Irving, Rosemary Long, jan Mullis, Marsha Brewer, Pam Bennett, Karen Ledford, julie Mandell, Ann Cooper, julia Buckley, Corinna Cates, Terry Moore, Donna VVayne, Vickie Bost, Sharon Ranson. Third row: Kitty Fitzgerald, Betty Lindsay, Kathy Koehler, Diane Sherrill, Joyce Smith, Patty Barwick, Joyce McRorie, Lindal Simpson, Marie Baucoin, Ricky Gilleland, Elsie Allred, Karen - Peoples, Sherry Newell, Elizabeth jordan, Rosemary Eaddy, Cirinia McLaurin, Mrs. Boyd, miviser. Fourth row: Robert VVall, Albert Gulledge, Greg Canady, Delane Kelly, Mike jackson, Alan Silfer, David Higginson, Bobby House, Glen Hargett, Ray Bouley, Eddie Thore, Martha Huff, ll Fern Lari, Georgianna Lester, Charlotte Presslev, Maria Helms. li il The Garinger High School Bed Pm! Cross is an organization whose purpose is service. included among 2, its several service projects have fl ff been enrollment and the giving of toys and clothing to a needy family at Christmas. Several Garingcr students have served as Bed Cross volunteers, and several i are now in training for these community service posts: Grey Ladies, pl a y g r o u n rl assistants, swimming instructors, and Staff Aides. X X ' V .msc www- 'W -Ni ' . ,M - ,B ,, A ' ,,,,,.L smug, 'oavvw hr' , 4 - A Aa- X ' ' ,A 1 .,,, Page One Hzimired Tweizty-mic I illhc XVilclcat Cluh ol' Caringer lligh School, a relaf tivclv nevv service organization, was formed with the purpose of promoting school spirit, primarily in the field ol' athletics. This promotion ol' school spirit is clone in co-operation with the cheerleaclers. .Ns a part ol' its service to the school, thc cluh has sponsorccl husscs to out-of-town games. An opportunity to support thc Caringer Vlfilclcats was thus given to many students vvho might not have heen ahlc to do so vvithout this project. ,Xnother activity of the cluh is the promotion of a paper drive as a money-raising project. Part of this money goes for the socials sponsored for the members of the athletic teams. Any projcct that the cluh unclertalvcs is lor thc purpose of raising funds for materials and socials For thc athletic teams. First rmr: 'lean Collins, Carol Morris, Becky Deal. Martha Mc- Ateer, Linda Spencer, .laekie Smith, Melva Odell, Barbara Marks, Peggy Sims, Nan Rufty, Susan Gimmon, Shelley Hodge. Secoml row: David Baucoin, Gary Baueom, Merritt Blalock, Doug Harvey, Kathy Funclerhurlvc, Helen VVoolard, Rose Cashion, Patsy Carson, Sherry VVhitc, Pennie Edwards, Susan Fox, Sue Davis, Linda Pluss, lna Lee Vllooley, Nancy Harris, Sandra Bowers, Pam Wil, lizams, Tootie Caldwell, Susan Greene, ,Ianie Stroupe, Lou Calcl- yvcll, Mary Ruth Myers, Marsha Gordon, Lincla jackson, Pat llale. Tlzirrl rmv: Gaile Honeycutt, Cionnie Summers, Charles Sizemore, Freclclie Cloningcr, Jerry Mikeal, Sancly Tipton, Mrs. Xlcliinnon, raiviser. K. 1 '4- 'N-.WE OFFICERS LINDA SPENCER .. ...... clzairmmz KIILLVA Oman. . . . . .vice clmirmniz WILDCA T Cl UB 1 y l 1 i I i E 4 l ' Page Um' Ilzrmlretl 'l'11'er1t3'-two ' W2 . - P gm 'W - 4 Q ff s rs, sf if Ll Q M-an i a . . E 1, Gene Gilleland . Hank Thomas .. Terry Gibbons . jimmy hlorrison . ' ".' fi OFFICERS . . .lreasmer . . .presitieizl SCCTCifll'j' vice prcsialezzi MUIIUGRIIM CLUB SW. - illhe hlonogram Cluh is coniposccl ol' all people who have earned a varsity letter in any one ol' the eight sports which are played on an interscholastic level. To earn inemhership in the cluh, a person must also go through a rigorous initiation. These initiations are the high points ol' the year lor the athletes who are already memhers. The purpose of the cluh is to serve as a meeting place for the persons who participate in the clillcr' ent sports and to promote a generally wellfrouncletl athletic program for the school. First row: Ronnie Cooper, jimmy VVaale, Noel Long, Hutch Hitchcock, Gene Purser, VVest Lanioureaux, George VVal- ters, Terry Gibbons, Don Blatlcn, Hampton Hager, Bullidy' Friekhoeffer. Second row: Melvin Estes, jimmy Helms, George Pearre, jimmy Austin, jimmy Morrison, Sannny Dellinger, Hank Thomas, Gary Kinartl, Bolo Berchcr, Dan Meigs. Third rmv: Paul Srnyre, Ronnie Umlerxvoocl, Ilon- nie Pope, Don Anderson, Bohhy House, Gene Gillelancl, Bobby George, Norman Smith, Mike Martin, Iinnny Bundy, Iohnny Nicholaitles, Dennis Scruggs, johnny Griffin. 1 i W ' Page One Hznzrireci iliiceiziliftizree ' 4 I ' Qi- x -4 :pau 4.- ,,. n - .'.-rf,', - , 1 . .4 4' rf Y t if-'F I 1 N sugar. wwh Y A ' ' .'?-F!"53""4 fix P R - f , fav' . , if ' 1 ' ' -Q H ,',cS-,E 6,1 sv M ' :J'..g,gn1,,4.g' A.,..'- ,. - .1 f First row: Gloria Chance, Cunnie Tyler. Linda Vllalker, Nltirthu Petreu, -luyee Lewis, Barbara Yeager, Ann Smith, lutly Fletcher. Second row: Louise Graham, Carol Orze- elimvski, Cunnie Foster, Jean Foster, Fran Childress, Frances XVilsun, Brenda Ligun, jean Griffin, Patsy Vvil- liums. Tlzirtl rmv: Karen Nelson, luniee MeGinn, Sally Leven, -lucly Mallet, Ann Smith, Gail Kirkpatrick, loAnn C'rmx'ell, Pat Hale, Mr. Privette, ticiviser. GIIRINGE BUSINESS ll-'ADERS The purpose of the Cziringer Business Leaders Cluh is to develop competent, aggressive business leutlership zunong its members. ,Iuniurs and seniors, who are taking business suhe jects, with 21 C or better average, are taken in at the encl of eaeh semester. The zlcivisers for the eluh are Mr. Privette and Mrs. llipps. Ol'l5lC'l5IlS llmti, IJ-,wls .....,......... .... . seereltrry l3An1mnA Yximsiin , ...Siuzlelzl Cfrmtzt-il VL'17l'CSL'HltIl'tl't' ANN Sxrrrit .. . ................... presitlezzi Vlum' lTI,l-1'lC'lIlfIl . . . . .vice presitleul NI,xm'1r,x lyl-.'1'HIiA .. ..... Iretzszfrer M -rl., 1 4 . r ,- JM' 1-V 11,2 Sz g. ,qt .- T My-'ft Y K'r953'5+ L 591, , . ft "'t. 7 A ,r 34. .W ffl? ffif av' ' Z 1.51 . ff K, f 5 ,, 7 ,Q .4 wJ as ' rw First row: Diane Campbell, Sylvia Starnes, Elizabeth Hill, Linda Allen, Sandra Bowen, Nancy Vllalsh, Marilyn Hall, joy Porter, Rosemary Long, Virginia Vllillies. Second row: Vicky Nelson, Sara Vllilloyvlny, Gail llinson, Gloria Huggins, Carol Allred, Eliyaheth jordan, Sharon Barrett, Phyllis Baclamc, Lois Cooper, Corinna Cates, Harriet Cannon, Brenda Curry. Tliirtl row: Camille Bass, Barbara Reese, Diana Greathouse, Gail Sims, Laura Corbitt, Susan Schultz, Charlotte Presslcy, jackie Hale, Fern Lari, Gayle Baker, Judy McCoy. Fottrtli row: Betty Morgan, Lincla Anderson, Linda Cammer, Gail Davis, Vickie Vtlilson. amzs' A rlufrlc y ,wt . The Caringcr lligh School Girls' Athletic Association i n M The cluh, govcrnctl hy the state GAA constitution, gives awards presented on a point system to outstanding mem- bers. Activities for the spring incluclccl participation in the AAA Play Day in lligh Point, and in the stateeyvicle CAA Play Day at VVCUNC. Activities at this Play Day were volleyball, ping pong, howling, and relays. OFFICERS Jackie Hale . . ....... secretary ,,,,,,4 Vicki Vllilson . . . . .vice presitlent Gail Davis .... ...... 1 zresitlent 'H' Page One Hzimlretl Ttvetzty-five ASSO IATIUIII ,, st' 5' 4 l . . . . . . 3' is organized to encourage girls to participate in sports. Q Q' , W J ..-.--... - . L. ...-.1 AL. , ,Y Y .L ,WL LY, -MAL 3 V In September interested second- and third-year Spanish students met to organize Los Aventureros. The elub's purpose is to promote greater interest in the language and customs of Spanish-speaking N' countries. Members of Los Aventureros often help new students at Garinger by showing them around the campus and introducing them to other students. Various activities were conducted to enable the club J! to award a scholarship to a deserving Spanish stu- N . dent. 4 5. - . ., . . 5' l'll'Sf-VCZII' students with L1 "B averave secondf , U -7+-.Wk ,,2,. , . D 7 .: Elan' in ' . H i . vear students with a C' average and all third-year LL'-f-J-?Z'...1 ' ' students are eligible for membership in Los Aventu- IJONNA llILL ........................... secretm'y-treasurer Cfir.xnLEs BLANKILNSIIIP .. ........ president VCV05- KAY CHESTER ........ . .vice president l 05' A VI.-'llfllkl-'RUS First row: Sandra Funderburke, Cheryl Lee, Lora Lee Cliffe, Marion Prager, Gail Blakeley, Donna Hill, Kay Chester, Sylvia johnson, Susan Fox, Barbara Gammon. Second row: Bonnie Cooper, David VVilkinson, Ina Lee VVooley, Karen Suitt, Gwen Chapman, Skipper Erlanderson, Scotty Robertson, jimmy VVilliams, Amy Garrett, Bobby VVhis- nant, Nick Koutroulias, David Fidler, Martha VVestmoreland, Charlie Miller, Mary Brown, Glenda Kincaid, Don Bladen, Miss Brooks, adviser. ' , v wrarsrau V 5, qw , ,fi i l Page One Illllltlffhl Twenty-six at i - , ,ps ' ' K X w Ma? 13' , J. , rm 1 55, I , if ,fi 746, ,V ' f -'Emi of vwmi- Hy 5. -Q, 7143: fa., ' fi P5 ff? flf-. my W. f ' ,, ,tv V ff t i V Q 'NE ,kg 6 1 Miss Brooks, Gail Barkley, ami Donna Hill pay close at! .hififfiaifufi -.. A, 2 P' H. f: T F H .... C E -.. Y, Q ll' : fl' N f'N Q, liiciiarcls are twisting tlzv izigiit away at !i1e . I . K Carnivals Peppermint! lounge spoizxorcii Ira' the Spanish Ciuli. ii teiztion to president, Charles Biaizkeizsizip, as ize calls the meeting to order. ...uv ti gif 'Nl 1 ' ' ai 5 s ,I Quixote, was preseizteii. jiutmy U'iIf liams played Don Quixote. Charles Biaizicensizip ami Ronnie Cooper took supporting roles. - At tile first meeting tile play, Don lf ll .y l1ff'Z,,L. gl " :pi - U' t lt '--'wal ' -Lg . .g JE I 'S ,l .I tt' V w at . , . sk 1..,.gQ,,tvA,..,',,,4.t,, -K , I 4, N .5 It J. :iq . - "1 ff In I . 1, Z 'TNQ-QLQYSQW SJ' HL' d -' M' 'WZ' i33',3.,,B',,s.. 4, fa:-if . fi' ag .:.i'fT3"5iS.f':2e'.L, Q. A ' 4 .. new '- K- "2"i'.t- ' OFFICERS V IULIIL Vl'ALBU'l"I' . . ........ . . lou BlfA'I"l'Y . . I -IIIFF Diwis .. 'F KAY STIEVVART . ll .414 ' ei if f f , J . 1 , l ,, ,,,,,, 1-ssuuuqauansauun iii Q rg ., ,-.Avi 1,0 . ,H Ruff! 9 'QE i V i mtv ' Y 3' x' if ?f?f.3?3aafffaf:i 1. x t ,ar-f '-S. sausff . . . . . .serilm ...first consul . . . . .qzfaestor second consul et! 'ii-S A E K na ,. JI ,. 1 I 'Wgggi First row: Iulie Talbutt, Cynthia Casey, Barbara Bishop, Susan Gimtnon, lane Thomasson, Ann Hood, Kay Stuart, Nancy Berry. Second row: Bonnie Underwood, Sharon Hanson, Ann Stovall, Gloria Bennett, jackie Austin, Anita Anderson, Marilyn Boyd, Mary Lee Hall, Laura Corbitt. Tlzird row: David Baucom, Jeff Davis, Peggy Sims, loe Beatty, Bill Spivey, hlike Fitzpatrick, Tim Kroboth, Pat VVright, Sterling Both. Fourth row: Johnny Nicho- laidcs, Ronnie Smith, Tom McKinnon, Miss Clegg, adviser, Ceorge Freeman, Dennis Carroll, Vllayne Taylor. LATIN CLUB ln the fall of 1961, the Latin Club was reorganized, and officers were elected for the l96l-62 school year. Any student who has completed two, three, or four years of Latin is eligible for membership, exceptional first year students may also become members after the first semester. Meetings are held once a month in the homes of different members. The purpose of the Latin Club is twofold: not only does it establish friendship among the students of the language, but it also strives to give each student a deeper appreciation of the significance of the culture and other legacies given to the world by ancient Rome. The year is highlighted by the annual Christmas party and later in the year by thc Roman banquet. ln keeping with the strong Caringer tradition of serve ice, members of the Latin Club contributed to the "Empty Stocking Fund" instead of exchanging Christmas gifts. ll.-' CERCIE FRIINC IS Le Cercle Francais chose as its chief service activf ity Christmas caroling in French at the Charlotte Rehabilitation llospital and at the Methodist Home. It also continued the custom of honoring faculty members by selecting by secret ballot at each meeting a "Teacher of the Month." The objective of the club is to give students a better understanding of France, its people, and its customs. To achieve this objective, a monthly prof gram, part of which is in French, is presented at the home of a member. The members of Le Cercle Francais include sec- ond and third-year students, and firstevear students who have at least a B average at the end of the first semester. Seated: Beverly Vvalters, Chuck Adams, Ruth Pruitt, Meredythe Lawrence. Standing: Martha Huff, Camille Martin, Sam Long, Eddie Thore, Ulf Lowhagen, jackie Williains, Eric Nixon, Dianna Sheram, Brenda Maunev, Laurie Smith, Ruth Doyle. xnxx X N x rv- 'MW H rw-, WA MW L FLsiia .fXLLn15o . . . Bieviiiusv XVALTuus Ciruczrc Aramis ,, JILL Prignsorv , RUTH Pnurrr ........ . . . Mi-:m1,nv'r'irE l,AwiiENc'i2 , , . . . . . . .Student Council l'U17VC5U1IilIli1'C . . . . . .Sftllltlillg Cfommitiee elmiriiiuiz . , . .H'L'tISIH'L'J' . . . .secreimja vice presitleill . . . .presitlcrli .uw 40 .5 4 imntof' i S l I g. . t tl First row: jimmy Auten, joe VVilkinson, George Babcock, Barney Holcomb, Donald Austin, Eugene Hodges, Raymond Ferguson, Cecil Griggs, Terry Beaver, Tommy Stinson, Teddy Hodge. Second row: Billy Teeter, jerry Marlowe, Robert Hartsell, Robert Brown, Bryce Talbert, David V-'arren, john VVoodliff, Randy Culler, Dale Bella. Third row: Carry Hill, David Rettew, Bobby Burrows, Ierry McMurray, jerry hlcCall, Steve Hill, Robert King, Billy Smith, Tony Dail, Preston Russell, Larry Deese. i r i w E 'i 1 l U l l L SHIP AND UTS REPRESEN TA T I VES During the subscription cam- paigns, held in the llall, the annual stall' is aided by the SNIPS AND Cuts representatives. These stu- dents also serve by identifying pictures, supplying information about the yearboolt to their home- rooms, and distributing annuals in the spring. The help of these representa- tives malxes it possible for the Com- paratively small regular staff to earry out the vast amount of work involved in publishing and dis- tributing the yearboolt. Page One Hznzdrecl Tliirty FUTURE FARMERS 0F AMERICA The Future Farmers of Amer- ica is a national organization for boys interested in farming. There are thirty-six freshmen enrolled in the organization this year. The F.F.A. has participated in the tool identification, seed judg- ing, soil judging, parliamentary procedure, livestock judging, and dairy judging contests. if First row: Deborah Harper, Pam Cattis. Second row: Van Bell, Wanda Grant, Diane Smith jackie Hale, Charlotte Pressley, jeanne Smothers, Marilyn Boyd, Brenda Shuford, Rosalyn Cude Bill Anderson. Third row: oe Beatty, Sherry Donaldson, Buddy Holshouser, Judy Mallet, Beverly VValters, Cindy Carlton, harles Miller. 1 i IISBU Q Q F ,K df t 4 'ff u -., , qi-:gunna Q ri ,A I f rr 91 fa Q an ,.. F, ., it! ff , Q " ' nv is 6 My ff 1 4 Q , 75 I , Q V ,f 4 1 iv I wt , A W 3 My s f Q .1 s H, f First row: John Grier, VVillie hlcGlain, Joyce Bloody, Vllillic VVhitfielcl. Sec- ond row: Elizabeth Mills, Lola Stephenson, Addie Barber, Eloise lleintz, Ruby Windell, Viola Hopkins, Hazel Vvood, Ruby Talbot, Ruby Vllrede. Third row: Gracie Linder, Evelina Lee, Rosie Newman, Alberta Rinehardt, Gladys Falls Nlarv Wilks, Ellen Luullen, Katie Richardson, Bernice Horton, Lena jackson, Susie VVade. Absent from picture: Grace Douglas. CAFETFRIA STAFF CUSTUDIAL STAFF MR. JAMES TAYLoP. lauilding superintendent ,ff""r,X , 5' iz " ,xf,,,.':- 4 ! if ' '-: f i ff ' - Q ' 2 yy I I :L . g , X. , 4,5 .,,. I, QM -Q 'jx 'N xg ' -, .iff fm- fluf' my vw in ' . Qi 7 5 5 Q my -,Z in kv A , ff z ,iq -f , f of .- yd 4 ' Seated: jake X'Villiams, Anna Lee Alexander, Emma Grace Murphy. Sltzmiing: .Iohn Scott, Lonny Smith, 'lohn Gibson, Roy Jones. L U. ' , 6 if s . Ng Q I J' gkfjf' li , . tx., pq i ff ff QA,1?'.l,f r-e,... .. V I . u Page One Hundred Tlzirtp-one -ef fe 5 ,l,,,lllIl ' 1 Rnlglj mm 'I' K ..0000o Q' 0x ,Q es 10 SERVICE Q 5 .'0 Q .Q 1 5 E I1 '0ooo0'.. ' 0 0TTEwiMJ 2 1 A 4 .X ' 'O In kj. VW? M f Tw' L rg I .' S Q Q3-A I J ,. ..- fl 0OO.s v I ' '- "lf Lx ".- 0 ll: 'bw W- k , 0 . ar. fb ff V .Ja ,z ' Q .. ... R , 6 if A- .O Sc' on. 4 X N : 2 ' W 0 , U- E : 2 -I . Q O Q . Q 0 : e 3' .0 0 ' O 1 X ', g' 1 ' 0' 0 ATHIETICS oo. ' ' "0:p1:11l" LH- f -mf 1 dismay., ml I l V l i, ,,., l 1 l l l 2 i 9 l l i ' A l as wr, . i f ,lg 131, X 6 l l 1961 WILDCIITS . ig? ----- 55" 924: . ., ,, .V ,,-, , k , 7 .f2'+"" "" - r ff - ,. f . 1 ,N , A. 1 ,, -. ' , . ". n V v -P , ,, ' MU- ,, un' ' V ' ' , 'f " -' ,-, Lrg- ff ,,y-1 ,,4', . Qjx- H . n:,,.',f Y 4 , 4 3.6 M. Mr f ,.,s.,,,, V . ,,- ..., . -. .-, , .- . .4 .. .-,Q mf' , . fa J ' f- .- .,. Axes w. AVN.. LW 149 'tu 4' f.. . .' " fr , ,- ' . ..,n,'..3L Qc... 1' .ff . ' First row: Ronnie Unclcrwoocl, Dennis Scruggs, jimmy Morrison, Melvin Estes, VVest Lamoureaux, limmy Helms, Don Anderson, Gene Gillelzmd, Don Bladen, Bobby George, Charles Blankenship. Second row: Noel Long, Paul Smyre, Ralph Strickland, Gary Kinurd, Mike Martin. Hob Bercher, Tommy Villas, Bobby Frickhoeffer, Darrell , Carleton, Buclcly Rego. Third row: Dale Baucom, Billy VVilson, Chuck Adams, Olin VVhitener, Floyd Fowler, George Pearrc, llenrv Thomas, Butch Ilill, Efldie Ccisslcr. Fourllz row: Head Coach joe Tomanchek, manager Robert House, Clinton Seegc-rs, -lohn Vllhalcy, jerry Smith, ,lim Eusterling, Phil Cheatwood, manager Harold Hitchcock, l line coach Don llipps. l Page One Hundred Tlzirty-four 1 " 9' Q., , ia , -O 4 r L fp 'Pa ' wc. N, 4' is ' in .Aix E H' gf N 0 ,E 'UH' 'lf 0 ,... ,. 'v1iWb.,,,,. ,N ,Q nfs A -uv .,'f y DON BLADEN, gzmrd BOBBY CLEORGE, fzzlllmclz sf 1' wr vi CHARLES BLANIXENSHIP tackle IXIEI VIN ESTES, hal back 454 af. - .M vw W E in iqg l'Wf, .fwavi ,fif 6 7 wh 4.1, sw',,' Help- 3 ni . 'Ms' f '-4 Y'h-7-91W- -dm . iw, 4 fl 4 I 'i Q a"f5f"I S NOEL LONG, fullback Num IXVIARTIN, q1mrterI1nclc CQEORGE PEARRE, tQ1ilI7'C1 PAUL SMYRE, and RALPH STRICKLAND, lmlflmck IlANK FIHIIOAIAS, gzzurzl RUNNIE LINIJERVVUOD, lzulflmuk OLIN Wfu1'l'ENEn, lzzrlflmck Q J Y-TN"' ' U QS' J' 'mc 'Q A ' ,iq STAFF Vwwhfif cofxcfr IES 'luis 'IicmANCuE14, lzcmz' coach . , DUN Illvvs, lim' CONC!! f, ? 1 Umlerwoorl C133 runs into some lroulale at the line. Gxniisieau 41 - East 13 Garinger opened its 1961 season by crushing the East Eagles. ,limmy Helms started the season off right by taking the opening kickoff 81 yards for a T.D. Before it was over, Melvin Estes, Bobby George, and Ronnie Underwood had joined him in scoring, and West lsamou- reaux had kicked the last five p.a.t.'s. The Eagles took to the air after being stymied on the ground by the Wlildcat line. llefore the last stanza, however, the Gats had captured eight of the Eagle tosses. During the sec- ond half, the entire squad played, gaining needed ex- perience. ciAHINGER 14-MvE1zs PARK 7 Once again a Garinger juggernaut succeeded in stop- ping a strong Mustang team. Gulminating a drive of 16 plays, George cracked over for the first T.D. lklyers Park, unveiling a seemingly invincible passing attack, also scored in the first half. ln the third quarter, passes from llelms to Gene Gilleland and Underwood set up a score by George, and Lamoureaux kicked his second point after. ln the second half, a modified pass defense, in addition to a hard charging line, led by limmy More rison and l lan lv Thomas, kept the Mustangs from scoring. Gfxrziisicziiii 14- Sourii O The Garinger eleven rolled over the South Sabres for victory number three. The Gats were held scoreless until the early minutes of the second period, when 11e11ns plunged four yards to pay dirt. Three Wilclczit drives were checked by the Sabre defense before Estes smashed 27 yards for another 'l'.ID. Lamoureaux converted both Page Une llurzdreul 'lqlzirty-eight extra points. The VVildcat line, led by Don Anderson, Don Bladen, and Morrison, held the Sabres to 45 yards rushing. Although the Gats seemed to have trouble find- ing an effective pass defense, South was unable to pose a scoring threat. CTARINGER 19-BOYDEN O The Wilclcats next manhandled the Yellow jackets of Sa1isbury's Boyden High. George scored first from the four, after a 58 yard drive. The Cats then trapped a punter on the Boyden 31 and Underwood converted this break into the second T.D. A 51 yard pass from Helms to Estes gave Garinger its third touchdown and Gary Kinard made the only point after. The Gats, playing an excellent defensive game, held Boyden to 82 yards total offense. CfARINGER 19 - ASHLEY 7 Utilizing a rugged ground machine, the Cats rode over the Ashley High Green Waxfe of Gastonia. The Green VVave slashed 14 yards to the first T.D. Un the next play from scrimmage, Underwood sparked Garinger with a 73 yard touchdown. 1n the second half, the Gats adjusted their defense to stop the speedy Gastonia backs and allowed them only one first down. ln the last quarter, George set up a score by Estes and Lamoureax got the extra point. With 30 seconds remaining Helms faked a punt and went 46 yards for the last score. CEARINCER 43-LEE EDWARDS O Garinger easily powered over the Lee Edwards Maroons of Asheville. Underwood scored twice in the first half on passes from Helms, and Estes took another Helms toss over, after Morrison had recovered an Ashe- ville fumble. After intermission, Kinard blocked a Maroon punt out of the end zone for a safety and Ralph Strickland returned the ensuing kickoff for a score. Underwood scored his third T.D. on a 91 yard punt lifest Lzmzoincmrx C342 leads Ii1111Hj' Helms arozufrvl end on tlze option play. return and Lamoureaux kicked his fourth point after. Nike hlartin finished the scoring from two yards out and Kinard converted. Morrison and Paul Smyre led the line play which gave the Gats their third shutout. CiARINGER 21-REYNOLDS 7 Starting the second half of the season, Garinger glided past VVinston-Salem's Reynolds High. Estes tallied on the third play from scrimmage from 42 yards out and Lamoureaux toed his first of three extra points. After Helms recovered a Black Demon fumble on the Garinger 47, the power-laden Gats launched a drive which ended with an eight yard touchdown pass from Helms to Underwood. In the first half, Reynolds pushed to the VVildcat 17 before the stubborn Gats held. The Black Demons scored on a 20 yard pass in the third quarter, but Helms hurled the hall 15 yards to the waiting arms of Gene Gilleland, who scored to put the game on ice. Ganriszcim 13-ALBEMARLE 7 The Wildcats next clawed a homecoming victory from Albemarles Bulldogs. An early Cat drive stalled on the 14 and a staunch defense by the Bulldogs refused to yield a touchdown until the third quarter. A Helms to ciAHIN4lER 34 aa l lAnniNt: O The Cats ended a perfect regular season hy felling their traditional rival, Harding, with a stunning ground attack. Underwood tallied from the three, following a fumble recovered on the Ram 17. Refore hall' time the Wilclczlts twice held the Rams within the Garinger 20. ln the third quarter, Estes seampered 75 yards for a T.D. After Lamoureaux recovered a Ram fumhle on the Garinger 25, George galloped for a T.D. The Rams fumbled on the kickoff and Garinger seized the hall on the Harding l9. After three tries, George scored from the one and Lamoureaux converted his fourth p.a.t. Garinger again stopped the Harding offense and took possession. Then George crashed over from the one to end the scoring. GAR1Nt:En 21 -Roexv lx'lOUN'l' O The Wildcats crushed Rocky Mount in the state AAAA semi-finals in Gharlotte. Kinard recovered a Blackbird fumble on their first play from scrimmage. Helms tossed to Underwood on third down to keep the drive going. Then George got 23 yards in four carries, scoring from the one, and Lamoureaux kicked his first of three Taking a lmnfloff from Helms C261 Melvin Estes 639D follows Lnnzouremtx C341 tlzrouglz the line. Gilleland pass brought the Gats to the one. From here George plowed for the T.D. with Lamoureaux kicking the extra point. Gilleland took a third down pass from Helms to keep alive the next drive which ended in a score by Strickland. The Bulldogs then slugged out 73 yards and a score to come to within six points of the Cats. With two minutes left, however, Garinger stopped an Albemarle drive on the 25 to insure victory. CJARINGER 26 -a WEST 7 The Wildcats secured the Western AAAA Conference championship by trampling the Indians of VVest. After the kickoff, the Wildcats pushed 66 yards in 9 plays before George scored from the two and Lamoureaux converted the p.a.t. The Gats forced West to fumble on their first play from scrimmage. After taking the ball on the 30, the Cats moved slowly until Underwood caught a 25 yard pass as he scrambled into the end zone. Seconds later Underwood intercepted an Indian pass and took it 60 yards for a score. In the third quarter the Cats struggled 85 yards to score as George plunged over from the one. The Indians scored their only T.D. in the last minute of play. extra points. Both teams produced strong defenses, and finally the Gats forced the Blaekbirds to kick from the eight. With 35 seconds left in the half, the Gats passed to the four, lined up without a huddle, and scored as the whistle blew. After an 88 yard march in the third quarter, George scored on an 18 yard jaunt. Thanks to the hard charging Cats, led by Dennis Scruggs, Andere son, and lklorrison, Rocky hlount was held scoreless. GAMNGEP. O-NEEDHIXAI Bnoucnrrow 19 Garinger's dream of a second state championship in three years was shattered in Riddick stadium at Raleigh. Raleigh took the opening kickoff and marched for the first T.D. Helms returned the kickoff to the Raleigh 45. From there the Gats powered to the 16 before a penalty ended the drive. Raleigh capitalized on a Cat fumble and scored in the second period. The Garinger backs were mired down by the superb Raleigh defense and the Gaps scored again before half time. Noel Long recovered a fumble on the Caps' 19 in the last quarter. but a pass interception killed the scoring threat. More rison, Long, and Strickland were standouts in the de- fensive effort which stopped the Gaps in the last stanza. l i l , , l lf First row: Richard Ayers, Bobby Richardson, Don Stephens, Iimmy McMillan, Robert VVi1liams, Gus Cotters, Richard Pack, Ronny Payne, Donnie Robertson. Second row: Butch Hitchcock, uzaizager, Smalley Nleiiam, Don Knight, lack Tuck- er, Bucky Smyre, Ronnie Hough, jimmy Draper, die VV' ku U, Stan Drudge, Robby Farr. Third row: Alton Vvidenhouse, coach, Ronnie Byerly, Frank Rogers, Fred Johnson, ay Rohhins, Robie Jones, Skipper Adkins, Don Crowder, Tommy Maples, Steve Laney, Buster Ledford, coach. . . I"00TBAll In their last game ol? the season, the Garinger VVildkittens defeated the llarding Rams to wrap up the 1961 season with four victories. The Wilcl- kittens, under the direction of Coach Alton Wicleiie house and Coach Buster Ledford, compiled a re spectahle gridiron record of 4-2-2. With a little luck, the Wilclkitteiis easily could have had a rec- ord of 6-2. The team improved greatly throughout the season, winning two of its last three games. Improvement was not limited to the team as a unit, however, as a few memhers were playing foot- liall on a varsity level at the close of the season. Some players will undouhtedly Lise the experience gained this year on the junior varsity team to make the varsity team next year, with the hest players possihly landing a starting position on the team. Ronald Smith, Van Kelly, and Rucky Smyre are a lew oi' the hoys who played exceptional foothall on the junior varsity team. a Page Une Ilumireri lforly AL1-oN Vlannxiiouse AND BUSTER LEDFo1iD, conclzes. Z, We R A f gf: Y i ,Q s yur 4. COAYHA 'nn r if gi , Q ,,. W 15, i 1 'R A 1 g SCOREBOARD Claringer . 6 East .,,, , Ciaringer . O lklyers Park Claringer 14 South ..... Caringer 20 East . . . Claringer . O Gastonia . Claringer 1-l Harding . . Ciaringer 14 South . . . Claringer . 7 Harding . . I A s I use 23-'ff 'iii' ,. , .il Q1 w I ..r' I. l, 1 s l i i. I i ln' P l lla l a L O I 5 ia il ,, 'Q il l l I .., ,t i Y 4 4, fy----Y :- f H+- A- 'B i -El. l "'. 'Af' . I YA M V S 1 .9 W -gag w u,....,.,,,, Lgjgffvegl x 4 o A- GARINGER CHEERLEADERS p-. e ..-rn-.-, , ,. M 3 l Mg mmf Front row: Jean Collins and Shelly Hodge. Back row: Carol Morris, Martha Nlcrheer. Becky Deal, Barbara Marks, head cheerleader, Peggy Sims, Nan Rufty, and Susan Gimmon, Page One Hundred Forty-one -wana The Garinger Cagers clinched third place in the West- ern AAAA for their best showing in Garinger's three- year history. In regular season play, the Gats had a league record of lO-6, 14-6 overall. Overtime proved to be the hardiest foe the VVildcats faced. The scrappy Wilclcats battled the basketball giants of Myers Parlt and Lee Ed- wards to a standoff, and then dropped the games in the three-minute overtime period. The VVildcats advanced to the semi-finals of the VVestern AAAA Tournament before being beaten by the eventual winner of the tournament, Myers Park. The hardwood contests produced yet another crop of athletic heroes for Garinger. Mike Martin often accounted for over twenty points a game. lf Mike failed to have his usual good game, play-maker Gene Purser and center Gene Gilleland were present to talte up the slack. Sammy Todd and Ralph Porter, both high-scoring underclassmen, IIANK MADDLQN, coaclz pulled more than one game out of the fire. Gerald Craig and Gene Powell provided valuable reserve strength for the Wilclcats. The Gats upset defending state champion, Vlfilming- ton, in their second game, and proceeded to win eight of their first ten games. Throughout the season the Wild- cats were unable to defeat only two teams, Myers Park and Lee Edwards of Asheville, which tied for the regular season VVestern AAAA championship. quuzmy Todd C2lj is lremureii in Ivy rllzrstziizgs, BUYS' BASKETBALL 1961-62 GERALD Gimrc GENE ciILLELAND Mikie AIAIYIIN RM 2 D in lor ll GENE POWELL GENE PURSER PAUL SMYRE Smmix' lo Garinger, Garinger. , . . , Garinger, . . . , Garingeri E . . Garinger. , 7 . . Garinger .E.E Garinger. 7 , . Garinger Garinger ..,. . . Garinger E,,, . . Garinger SCOREBDAR Golumhia . Wilmingtctvn Greensboro VVest .,AL Myers Park North , . . East . . , South ,Q . Gastonia . Asheville . Greensboro Garinger Garinger. , . . . Garinger Garinger Garinger Garinger Garinger Garinger Ga ringer Garinger, A . . . Garinger B 65 69 57 65 45 62 36 64 71 78 54 Harding E , VVest ,E E Myers Park North . . East , E , South . A E Gastonia . lnlartling E Asheville . VVest . , , Myers Park Page One Hmzilretl I3'01'trftl1ree 50 6l 60 33 61 45 'SO 58 72 72 73 4- 42 in 1 I1 E. Ili' -45.-,f Q ' , , Q4 , "' 'I-'ME A " ,V fx 1-fn e Q .4 .4 rv' 1 rf -.7 K, f n S ! 4 1 D ..- -WR fesy1s4 ig? ' ' ' 5 if 1 A' I 2 tf V' I '54 ' 5 'J 1 U 2 L E 1j j 11g Q y,4 E 5 E " 'S -EE EE EQ--: : :.4 'J 1" Ll I1 u L i " ' 1 " W - n, 3,1 xv if i 5 i 'FF gg iff 25 ii Ti Ti gf ff fi 4. ,, ii ua ff, 2 f 5 N fff 1 ff v-I i Q f L . ' if 'l' 'iii 'H 11 ' A ff s J' 5 w-I 1 Ah 1-71 .- -1 - - v-- 45 I. V. BASKETBALL ALTON WIDENHOLISE, coaclz H- I i ii f 2, J I ' A N . X 4 xl i i g 4 Mike Culp 'C4OD takes a shot from under the basket as Larry Maye CZOD and Keith Iennings C3-U look on. Q First row: Van Iohnson, Don Crowder, Van Kelly, Keith Jennings, Larry Maye, Dickie Starnes. Second row: jimmy Richards, Mike Culp, Robbie Snipes, Bobby Lemmond, David Carter, Steve Lanny, and Mike Lambert. - Page One Hundred Forty-five are ! .H F 5'i Witlr thc first round of play completed, Garinger, the de- fending Wcster'11 AAAA champion, had a 5-2 record, only llarding and East possessed better ones. In the first game of the season, Don Bladen pitched a three-hitter as the Wildcats downed the Mustangs of Myers Park, 14-2. The Cats then dropped two games, one to Harding and one to East, before claiming a 6-O conquest over West. On April 5, the Cats shut out Gastonia, 3-0. The Garinger nine defeated South 92 and ended the first round of games with a 4f1 conquest over North. Don Bladen and David Sloan have taken ovcr the pitching for the VVildcatsg while Mike Martin, Dale Baucom, and Jimmy Helms have provided most of the hitting strength for the Cats. A I K . ... fmt mn Nlilxe Nlartin Bohhx Box d Don Bladcn C erild Craig, David Sloan, jimmy Helms, Eddie Downing. 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' , ' "Q E I XI' '.'- N .fr Q ,ffiV-...4.n.?5:'7: 1 ,.'?.'f'M"l'7 4' A-:"'f. . if -W ' .f-fd L ' "' A A ,, -. - -' .Xu XV A-zu.-2, v-luv almurz qvurf nn:- , W , ., , 4 ' 37,54 . r I, :,.4g,'f. M1 Vw 4 A . 5'1f"" ff? ,V l.:.'V'g"5"-'r,'V, MQ V VV qw V V , ry ,J , . 3 w, . -, . QV, H., V ,,., Nm, N, V 4 ,v"'ffx+'T-:ff L, .ff , .1-' . ., '. z Qgm.-V1 , VI, V' , . vi-QM. ,f V gwiw e WW, " ','?'QA,2l-f'fgv4w 'ff ',.if?x1'f" JW, ',Q 4 ,WV . V V-N V121 ,X.,,4--Q :QV- Mft: ww Vik 'Hp ' 15 V, -1,5-,1..., L . ,V Q ' 'X . - ' J. 1V-1:1 L 1....- 1 ,.V-.".-' V I. If , 1Q . S' , V V .. jf , ,. ,v.'.,V.-K ,A L, .,, 0. 'S . f'f...Q, '.. 5,,....g., Q , ,L .1-V.L.,....ld ,ye ixg Sf A 1' N fr" T R ll C' K aa V' I J Coach Buster Ledford, in his first year as track coach ,911 fa , at Garinger, enabled the 1962 VVildcat track team to get 5 tl ff , 1 the jump on other teams in the area by starting practice A ' r I in Ianuary, about a month before the other high school S B K U ' L teams went out. After Garingers sweep of three meets, ' fi, the value of this early work is evident. . c 915 1 . if U in The Wildcats opened the season on a successful note -,sv X I 3, , is by winning a three-school meet, while taking eight first . yr , , 5 ' " ..a places, the runner up, East, finished over 25 points be- ' hind the Cats, and South trailed the Cats by 52 points. On March 30, the Wildcats defeated Myers Park, 59-54, the Cats captured eight first places from a total of eleven CVCTIIS. The Wildcat cindermen journeyed to Shelby early in April, there they easily swept the meet, defeating teams from Shelby, Hickory, and Belmont. Before the yearbook went to press, the three big events the Wildcat trackmen were looking forward to were the Duke Durham Relays, the Queen City Relays, and, fi- nally, the State Meet. BUSTEP. LEDFORD, coaclz jnvnvrv S1MPsoN, co-captain W lXlELVIN Es'rFs, captain 2 First row: Ronnie Tucker, Ronald Shouse, Phil Turpin, Tommy Mitchem, Roger Terry, Melvin Estes, Bill Lewis, Tommy Maples, Bill Beyer, Carl Collins, Nelson Thomas, Bill Geer. Second row: Phil Goodgame, Mike jackson, Steve Bradley, Robert Lum, Robbie jones, David Shaw, Bill Anderson, Rick Wash, jimmy Richards, Skip Pike. Third row: Robert House, johnny Nicholaides, Robert Smith, Rani Christie, jimmy Simpson, Terry Gibbons, john- ny Griffin, Don Crowder, David Mclnnis. Fourth row: Bucky Smyre, Sammy Todd, james McSwain, Dan Meigs, Donny Pope, Chuck Adams, Gary Gaddis, Olin VVhitener. x . 7 Dan Meigs clears the har in the high jump. Donny Pope is poised and ready to put the shot. A 011941100 punch in the 100 and 220. Bill Lewis and .Wlelrin Estes. ' I li as Melvin Estes takes another first in the 100 yard dash. .kv +19-,W 5 f, iq s -,n,, 1 'W ss Q x , X sg f an ff - A , , s , , , 7 . V. QW'-uf . 57,3501 , . i w 59 f A , ' e "I-Ji. . 0: , Q K f 1--via' 2 fy: x,-'WY' E any-.Ar Bu STER LEDFORD, coach ,-,f .5735 1 A 'V CRUSS CDUNTRY F , Practice for cross country, a sport which perhaps calls f for more endurance than any other, started early in the school year. The Wildcat harriers competed with other state teams over the 2.2 mile courses. Led by Terry Gib- bons, johnny Griffin, and Pete Maxwell, the team was always striving to win. The cinderless trackmen finished the season by participating in the state meet at Chapel llill. Returning lettermen Terry Gibbons, Pete Maxwell, 4 and llampton Hager will provide the nucleus for a strong team next year. ""'w.. Iolzmzy Griffin and Pete Maxwell rry 10 catch pace-setting Terry Gibbons First row: Rani Christie, Don Thompson, Hampton Hager, Jimmy Gault, Terry Gibbons, and Gary Gettis. Second row: Robert Smith, johnny Nicholaides, Bo johnson, Pete Maxwell, Johnny Griffin, Larry Vllallcer, and Bill Anderson. l QW? al fs an as exe: D' gl N65 fo Annms fcpsmrr First row: VVade Frye, Lee Hudson, Donny Pope, Frankie Stamey, Gordon Singletary, Gary Gettis, A1 Little. Second row: Bobby O'Daniel, Avery Hilton, Ronnie lloore. -lohn Gouth, Mac Christenberry, jimmy Klcnlillan, v-. Eddie Walkumflyarid Don Hipps, coach. WRESTLING Wrestliiig, one of the newest additions to Gar- inger's expanding sports program, was established as a varsity sport this year under the able super- vision of Coach Don llipps. Although severely handicapped by the lack of experience of his boys, Coach Hipps did a commendable job in produc- ing several individual winners, including Donny Pope, Gary Gettis, Bucky Smyre, Ronny VVilliams. and john Bemont. The Cats, however, could post no team victories against such formidable opponents as North Ctwicel, lX'lyers Park, South, and Country Day. With the experience gained in their initial year and with six underclassmen returning from the first team, the Caringer matmen can look for- ward to a more successful season next year. DoN lllPPS, couclz WU 'avg ,Q 'Cu Vg? 339' Page One llltlllllfli liiflyofze ,, wa AJ, ' 41. wmkvsf Iv rv 1 ' f - if ev .f-avr sf -ffvrvbwvaw -v 455 Y Y Q' ' K A f ' S., .XF ,naw ff f 1 ,Qarjlf "5'!l':,1:xf ,JY ft- ' Z R 'p f. P V 31,1 X , x ,gsilf . .size Zio!! X I ,x X n :B 5 ,ww ' ' '2 H i .. 'Q :Um . ., - 0 s 1 N far rn 'hh ' ii rg sf, , f . y,?tlN5f'4- crm L r, -my , Q . Ere-, G . L 4 ,ji rg, vo ' rf' A 1 1 I ,T 'ir iz f iff? .+ +!l"+'-331 -L lg 1.. First row: Norman Smith, Ricky Gilleland, Van Johnson, Eddie Hutchinson, Gene Gilleland, Ralph Porter. Second 1 G 0 Walt Walter Sikes Ronnie Coover Stexc Dalton Mike jarrell Third row' Charles Baucom Robert ron: eor,.,e ers, ' , 1 , '- , f . . . , Kirkpatrick, Arnot Meyer, David Carter. TENNIS The Garinger tennis team, reinforced by three of last year's lettermen-Ronnie Cooper, George VValters, and Norman Smith-is furthered bolstered by the return of letterman Gene Gilleland, who was hurt early last season. These veterans plus underclassmen Ricky Gilleland, Mike jarrcll, and Eddie llutchinson provide Coach Alton Wicleri- house a core around which to build a promising tennis team. As the yearbook went to press, the Caringer netf ters had posted an overall 112 record, with two losses to Rock llill Q5-2, 7-22 and a win over South Mecklenburg C6-31. This win over South gave Garingcr a l-O conference record and placed them in a tie with Myers Park for first place in the Western AAAA conference. Page Om: Hundred Fiftyftwo , X if R . -3 ' 'W , ,, 6' Y ,X A lrfgfp XS ' 1' L --2' . 1 " Xt 1 ' .1 Y f 4 1 X7 . Ja Coach Alton Widenlirmuse Ccenterj is flanked by regulars Eddie Hutchinson, Ronnie Cooper, Mike jarrell, Gene Gilleland, Norman Smith, and George VValters. Qrstxg ij I This year, for the first time, a golf team was organ- ized at Garinger. The team practiced and played under the direction of Mr. john Smith. The four-man team that usually started consisted of Wilson Glasgow, Don VVhite, jimmy Long, and David Sparrow. Larry Boone and Jesse Register stood ready to substitute for one of the regular four- some and to take part in the sixfman matches. For their opening match, the Garinger linksmen took second place in a four team match with teams from East, Garinger, South, and West participatingg later Garinger came in second again in a match with the same four teams. East scored 157 to win and Garinger's second place score was 167. Cn April 9, the six-man team from Garinger tied the South Meck- lenburg team. By April, Wilson Glasgow was ranked the number one golfer on the team. Achieving every golfers dream, Don White, who will be returning next year, had a hole-ineone during a practice round. M1 t 'ia I ' te. of W fyyff ff! W7 John Smith, COIICIZ, and regulars Don VVhite, jimmy Long, Wlilson Glasgow, and David Sparrow. Don VVhite, Jimmy Long, VVilson Glasgow, Jesse Register, David Sparrow, and Larry Boone. F? , Qqmwssw , WY, N! 1 5, IN.. if N Page Cue Huzzdrcrl Fiftyftlzrce 'b x xx 5 7""' AM- ,xx 'f Fl-'A TURES , V7-fr . , ,l1ll1,,", ,X I ' g,Q'Y. ."f.'.fg'1' Q 0 Q' O x 4 11 0: 'og 0' Q 101.11 v 0,0 l J' '-, " Q -' -. 0 - ,X 0 - - - is Q' N.-" DQ 'af' E P!! 5 E l i "2SERVlcE5" ' I ' Q K. . 0 'Q' OO. ' O I i , A 430, .qo'. Q. "'-x , Q 0 ,,,, 'a'.. no 'nl '.,. 1 "'lal ' , - -'K' A - illll Q9 M , .,,,,, , " , j.,:if,OL .,-.icq r h NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY t '21 14 M lg L6 CH! PPCTEP SCHGLARSHIP If UERSHZP JENC: from the barbecue vvere used for a scholarship given on llonors and Awards Day. Some ol' the monthly meetings proved to be highly informative, as both speakers and films were used. illhese meetings aided the members to become better students and better citizens and prepared them for more ellliective service in the community. The llonor Society has given many students a goal toward which to worli because it is truly an honor to be a member ol' this very respected organization. Al JVISILRS Mus. Ciiuairfx lil'-s'ii.Lu Mn. Kimi. Sfvwvun Miss liiiimm llixiuts Page One Iliortlr-ml Fifty-six - ' ' Tw' OFFICERS Sus,xN ciIiXIMON . r . . .secretary .IANE PIAIIUMASSON . . ...,. ti'eas1u'e1' Douc: liixrwrsv. . . . . .vice president Dick lX'lINDAY . . , . president Character, leadership, service, and scholar- ship are the four requirements that determine what students will become members of the National Honor Society. To become a mem- ber a student must have both a "BU average for three consecutive semesters and a high index number. To remain a member a "B" average must be maintained. This past year the members again under- took the annual Honor Society Barbecue. Each member contributed much hard work in making the barbecue a big success. Profits E L 'I 5 Q E E I Q E Q N U! Q G 5 'fl .eu sl 'Q l Hsu- il ., . .WT 5 E .5 1 l 1 l t f.,.,e.....t . it l .. .... , Mg. I l i il .. --Y, r i f i mf... i 1 i i L. ,.,..,.-....--gt.....,,,..V...,..,.. ......,... , ..,,,,... 1-.- ,. ,.t. , ,.,,,,, My 3 JACKIE AUSTIN DAVID BAUCOM GLORIA BENNETT BARBARA BISHOP CYNTHIA CARLTON CYNTHIA CASEY JO ANN CROWELL RUTH DOYLE BOBBY EAGLE SUSAN GIBIBIION LOUISE CRAHAM SUE GREEN DOUG HARVEY ROGER HIBBARD PHYLLIS IMIUFFIXIAN MEREDYTHE LAWRENCE DICK MINDAY NAN RUFTY WALLY SHOUP JACKIE SMITH NORMAN SNIITH SANDRA STROUPE KAY STUART BETTY JANE THEILING JANE THOMASSON ROBERT TUCKER LINDA WALKER Not pictured LYNDA MCGOWAN First row: Ronnie Underwood, Robert Kirkpatrick, Jerry Berry. Second row: Melvin Estes, Joe Beatty, jimmy Helms. Tlzird row: Don Anderson, Charles Blankenship, jimmy Morrison, jimmy Bundy. Alvscnf from picture: David Buucoin, Merritt Blalock, Dcward Douglas, and Floyd Fowler. in-1 ......,t ... , N, W. BUY MARSIIIIIS CHIEF MA RSHAI S First row: Kay Stuart, Nun Pxufty. Second row: Dick lklinduy, Jeff Davis, Doug I l1ll'X'Cy, Roger l lilulmrd. 25- I -is 'W-W TOP STUDENTS lXlOR1XlAN Sixwrli SUE CIREEN PHYLLIS IIUEFMAN ROBERT 'TUCKER GIRL MARSIIAIS First row: Rose Casliion, Ruth Pruett, jean Collins, June Tliomasson. Set-oml row: Sue Crt-cn, Ann Sutton, Barbara Bishop. Third rmv: Ruth Doyle, Mcreclytlic Luwrencc, Ciyntlliu Casey. Fourth row: Peggy Sims, Betty June Theiling, Ann Ilood, Cynthia Carlton. 4 Z r ac, l 5. E 's t Qifzdlfiqt 3 ',! Y 1 Most Popzflm' MISS BARBARA MARKS Mn. CTIIARLIES l3AUc:o1x1 SENIUR i 'iff 2 3 'Xxx-ww. by Biggest Henrtlvreuker A4188 MARSHA Bnmxcvu MR. NOEL LONG Most Likely to Succeed MISS NAN RUFTY MR. JEFF IDAVIS SUPERLA TI VES A Yost Talented MISS JUDY LAYTON MR. BOBBY MILLS Wirfiesr MISS CIONNIE SUMMEIKS MR. BOBBY GEORGE Most Athletic MISS PENNY EDWARDS MR. IVIIKE MARTIN E COLISEUN' """ "" TT --"""""'--I , ,-,-,-nr-""' TT QQ Best PCl'SOlZ67Iffy , was ' x 5 Sl-'NIDR s Miss ciAROL Monms Mu. Q HAI 11,155 SIZIEIXIOHIY 'Nw' 'W' Z", Best Dresser? A1188 LINDA SPENCER N In. DON ANDERSON Best Looking MISS AXIARY IAN13 XR7ALSII MR. CYIIARLES BLANKENSIIIP 1 i SUPERLA TI V55 LIIISZIIIKQ Hum IIIILI Hvroilzv MISS hm LEE XVUOLILY Mn. RONNIE UNDERWOOD Best All fX1'u1111zf M155 JEAN CNOLLINS Mn. .IIMIXIY Monmsow Friclzcniesli Miss -IANIE STROUPE Mn. C'11,xnL1E IXIILLER 2 X Q' PQ wif' EN .1 1' 'Ls N x N L js.. N xg 0 4 f E ' 1 "1 ff, Q ,,. .. 1 Hgh 1 A 4 W Mn, Q my X N,4v , .1 Q, , ,w , f X W ,,.. -ww. Q f Y 7 sg A . .M 11' f ,jf ff' lv Jyl' ! wil' -., 1 i A ,PSR ' 'JK' 'x ,f Q, RA 5, Y v at A K ,, 'si'-'f as 40- , .H ul' .1 ' ,. v w"6 xii" .6 A ,Cx 7 . g , I X, f I " ,ef fr N 7 M54 if Z Q, ftv 'fi finial v Y' K 1, A U-Q.. i ' 'lf I' 'wx 4 -S. . .. ' x . 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AWARD Miss JEAN COLLINS MISS JANIE STROUPE P O H 1 ed Sixty-fivc' JW JWMQ2 My CWM 7225 SENIDR BEA UTIL-'S MISS LINDA SPENCER MISS DONNA HILL .. , w'5Q57'5i' .N ww : S in Um .. ywakw-, 2 Page One Hundred Sixtyserfelz Bl.-'AUTIES junior Beauty MISS PATTI BELK Page One Hundred Sixty-eight junior Beauty MISS SHELLEY HODGE Freshnum Beauty MISS TANIA GARRIDO Sophomore Beauty MISS DONNA HARRELSON wk, , ., Y A ex, 4, , ES, C 3 42 Freshmczu Beauty MISS LINDA LLOYD Soplfzonzore Beauty MISS DONNA TUTTEROW ,fix S 5 I BEA UTY NUMINEES' Sylxia Sxxaelier, Mary -lane Vllalsh, Mary Lynn McCall, Phyllis Patton, Pam Cattis Uarhara Marks, Donna Harrelson, Donna Tutterow, Naney Pate, Tania Garriclo I.1ncla 1.1 U Une Ilztmlrezl Seve oycl, Cheryl House, Shelley Iloclge, Patti Belly, Donna llill, Linda Speneer HH' CIIRRUIISEI PRINCESS MISS MARY JANE WALSH IIUMECUMIIIG QUEEN MISS BARBARA MARKS Page One Hundred Seventy-01 K , Ax' ,, ,f Q", H195 A . 0' 0 X Q Di Q l Q 0 G SERVICE -'- 'ZDQ ' O....Q. 0 'Cal 'iff' 2' " .2-3' ual?-"' fm .rQ'a7i' 'X ld "' "'.'sfM.,' Q-44' 'QV du,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,.. .L:.- --f , ,... , ,,, ni' ,S :P J ex V1 l . 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No. 2 1915 Commonwealth Avenue MACKS 5- I0 G 25: FR 7,6473 Eostwoy Shopping Center MORE'-'EAD Headquarters for B 0 w I' I N G SCHOOL SUPPLIES 12 Automatic Duck Pin Lanes KE 7-S682 12 Automatic Ten Pin Lanes MOREHEAD BOWLING CENTER 919V2 E. Morehead ED 4-3761 4 Page One Hundred Seventv- rl A w I b 1 X f , ,, ,V PM QQIMQ f Flu my 9? rp yffw, jx my gl ff 3? 'yn wo Y U QI PM Xl wk W. IQjQ,I9ydf V, PYXISJ 5 JW" Igljwyfgg QP y ffl 'lyusdyjww IW If ' Y mow I BHD I I J 50 JE? Page One IJJ I he It I IJ A D EX 925, FIVE Aj ' ' my I I I , If f G I V if lNc 6Mup W vi 5 If I I I , I To s on our dial PI' 5, . AL P Y I o e ry WJ EX 2-5321 I buth Bran. IX es O ice JA 3-6425 NIGHT 5. DAY naepenagpefe vd gales Office KE 7-2812 N It. V U, Ny I , IJ I It f I My lzgzld beaufrfuz 25 ' ' in Charlotte's I most dgsirable neighborhoods KLOVE I by GI-FHA ERVIN I CONVENTIONAL BIIQLT 8 I LOANS ERVIN Now your Nebel Nylons have accents AVAILABLE BACKED of glamorous lace and sparkling color 3004 RozzeII's Ferry Road l A M B ' S PARKwoon SHELL SERVICE Tune-ups-Brakes-Carburetors Phone FR 5-7037 The Plaza at Parkwood Avenue C 8. C CAFETERIA At Central Square 1426 Central Avenue CHARLOTTE 5, N. C. Phone FRankIin 6-8438 Hundred Seventv-eight strrpes. Patented knit for ankle-hugg' g tnmness Toe to to r t d un ' . U - - p p opor ione ht. Twelve fashlon-right shades from sun- tans to jet blacks in seamless mesh o seamless plain. at s there but zt s so mee to know' Qoo ox f -' ur f vi only you know dwg Z Ig f NEBEL KNITTING COMPANY 6 A, X Pierce and Jeanne Sawyer YOUR OFFICIAL SENIOR PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER 529 South Tryon Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. "FormerIy at Efird's" I Page One Hundred Se Compliments of 648111045 60l'l'll0aI'Lg SALES AND SERVICE 710 S. Tryon Street ED 2-7151 Occidental Life Insurance Company of North Carolina "Life Insurance For Seniors" Going Into Service? First Job? On To College? 1110-IIII Liberty Life Bldg. Phone 375-9866 Coll J, C. Burroughs or Chorles Block SHAMROCK FABRICS 1417 Eostway Drive 537-6548 Look smart, be smart-shop at SHAM ROCK FABRICS SHOP TELEVISION-CAR RADIO-REPAIR I TELEVISION CENTER 2408 Central Avenue CHARLOTTE 5, N. C. Business Phone 333-8058 l-lol Johnson Ronold Burkort MILLER SPECIALTY COMPANY PLUMBING SUPPLIES 1057 Dresden Drive, West KE 7-3418 CHARLOTTE 5, NORTH CAROLINA C prinfing 0. Established 1931 QUALITY PRINTING - Phone EDison 2-2082 961 Seigle Ave. CHARLOTTE 5, N. C. One Hundred Eighty Phone JA 3-1822 Nite JA 3-0217 Coy A Shue W. H. Epperson Tuxedos-Dinner jackets And Accessories For Rent Phone FR 5-5636 HOUSE OF FLOWERS Sedgefield Shopping Center SHUE 8. EPPERSON AUTO TOPS 8. TRIM CO. TOPS, SEAT COVERS, Member F.T.D. Frcmk Griffin, Owner CHARLOTTE, N. C. DOORS, MATS, HEADLININGS BOATS AND FURNITURE REUPHOLSTERING CATHEY IUMBER COMPANY ROLL 8: PLEAT HEADQUARTERS HOME PLANS BUILDING MATERIALS 901 Pecan Avenue "DO-if-yOUrS6lf" CHARLOTTE' N' C' 4115 Monroe Rd. ED 3-3138 GO SLOW... J E R II Y ' S iiiiiirhmr OPEN 24 HOURS 101 North Independence Boulevard Page One Hundred E I ll A, A L ,f gi ' , V Kb, 4 ,T TASTE THE DIFFERENCE And vow Agree . . it if There's None Better Than 'S ' ' ri cf P P llMlIIl!!IIMIIWIIMIIIMIIIMWTTMT N 52? PEW Q ips! FOOD PRODUCTS, IHC. E X f A . 9"t7lo mil-'r - .3 Q ' ' ' 1 U, I I I E I u 6 l 'Ill T'lllllll'l"""" -ev E ' "0 l PEFSXX 5635 3 v V WEE . A A A r I viii? -7 6 :54. ED 3-9881 604 S. Church X35 U ,f l . if Mr I ii MITCHELL s rlomsr l3OO The Plaza Phone 376-1624 Flowers For All Occasions TUXEDOS FOR RENT 3 General Electric Appliances in Home Economics Dept. were furnished by PLAZA HARDWARE Central Ave. ED 4-3463 The Best Hair Style That ls Really You HAZEl'S BEAUTY SHOP i823 Seigle Ave. ED 4-75l7 BERNICE PATTON BEAUTY SHOP l90O Browning Avenue Phone ED 3-8164 1859 SUPER MARKET 1962 l 2, O ll mired Figlzrytiwi W i i i 4 i i i i i I i r r i i i i 5 , i i i T BIG BCY S H 0 N RESTAURANT 3400 The Plaza Phone 333-9841 800 East Morehead Phone 334-6879 EASTWAY MUSIC-TV CENTER 3042-44 Eastway Drive lEastway Shopping Centerl Phone 537-4456-57 "Your Neighborhood Complete Home Entertainment Center" All The Latest Hits on Records 0 Popular o Jazz o Classics 0 And many others We invite you to 0 Television Sets 0 Stereo Phono- graphs 0 Small Appliances Complete line of greeting cards visit us often. After a game- movie-or date- Head for SHONEY'S on The Plaza "Dining Room or Curb" 4 X. SHONEY'S is the Qiglf Place to 90 J' r Ff' '-JU If it's beauty care you need come to HAMIlTON'S BEAUTY SHOP 23l5 Central Avenue Air-Conditioned Fay 6' Ruth JIM HUNTlEY'S ESSO SERVICE Corner of Eastway and Central "Use Esso and Smile" Page 0110 Il l 1 F gif rl ll Ht TE' F Compliments of mn CLEANERS STO., AT 1207 Porkwood Avenue THE T 0 P H A T RESTAURANT MORRl50N'5 For good food Watch 8. Jewelry Repair 705 Provid ence Road 2938 Shamrock Drive ED 2-1605 we HAVE GARINGER CHARMS" me' new Owmhlp Phillips G Benson GOLD fr SILVER BEAR WHEEL AND AXLE SERVICE WHEEL STRAIGHTENING WHEEL BALANCING WHEEL ALIGNMENT FRAME AND AXLE SERVICE BRAKE SERVICE DRUMS TURNED "WHERE T0 GET SERVICE" CARRUIL AUGIIING SERVICE 1305 S. Tryon Street Phone FR 6-7459 Phone ED 4-7251 J. Robert Carroll I 1, U II ri li Eigllf-V-ffillf KAlE-LAWING COMPANY Complete Office Outfitters FOREMOST DAIRIES 1224 N. Tryon Street so 2-7116 217 South Tryon Street Phone FRankIin 7-2641 if E. P. Nisan commit 2235133352 FUEL OIL 0'L BURNER SERWCE E2225:a: 1 .1:1:2:5E12E ' Heating and Air Conditioning Installations "serving Charlotte since I927" UYOU' Familt' Gels The Dial so z-7755 Day Of Night Most Fmm Fommosln 1818 Baxter Street EVANS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Builder of Fine Custom Built Homes WE OFFER First Class Home Sites in Green Meadows And 20 Wooded Sites on Connecticut Avenue We will build on your lots or ours- From Your Plans or Ours We will consider your home in trade TALK OVER YOUR HOUSING NEEDS WITH US TODAY SALES OFFICE-FR 6-7431 HAIR STYLES FOR "YOU" MILLIE'S BEAUTY SALON 2928 Eastway Drive KE 7-2661 FAIRWAY ESSO 535 Eastway Drive Corner Eastway G Plaza COURTESY MOTORS, INC. Best for Service and Sales 515 E. Fourth St. FR 7-6581 Thank yOu fm recdmg thzs Gd Page One Hundrevl E gl f 41 EASTVVO Wm H - . , I X," Jii' f PHARMA A Q AS yr' ij Nxyt f we ' if ,'f . .fi " 'VI it 1, il ,Yi flfilk.. V A yib 5 ,iw .j J it Q Lx' 5' xii! A X ,V 'Q I, N I, If V ' . . ff PRESCMHIPTIQN spscixigasrsi A Y fu' Q HV' fe! 1 H ,' ,K ' 'I A X iv '.' " jfastwayiDrive ' X M' YY J' i T L D' , , . V ff. 15 e , CHARLOT7lfE,N.LfiC. an is 15" f J .Lynx X A Euasan 3.-0388. C l,' v " ju XTX-.Aux , 'N-N. ,,, X .jj N fr-,KI 'X M f I. , J ff I ri XF is x vi' Viv ,lf J .L, ' l ,L . Y l i. I ' ff f T v A ia L ,Ny fwsk v!', -f X i , A A ARMSTRONGiMcGINNlS co. V J at YWT'-'V f H0 TOY . f, 1. r fl- f i ,C 'xr , J , , 1 .1 ,, ,, 5 .5 Translated-Cood Luck Chinese and American , We ., IVSTEEYNQABRICATORS ff P im Xxx, i 4 ir' L" CHARLOTTE, N. C. Restaurant ' Morris Field EX 2-4031 1220 Thomas Ave. FUUNWN Fl0R'5T nr GLENN Auromosufs 2910 Eastway Drive Trade at McDowell Street 537'36'9 Pho-ne ED 2-9191 BWV MCCUHQ 1oo N. McDowell sf. Corsages-Miniatures-Gifts CHARL0-I-TE, N. C' Weddings I ge One Hundrail Eig -H ,,...,-,i,..- , , Y lzty-Szx I STANDARD PLUMBING AND HEATING, IND. Serving Charlotte Since 1927 2117 Shamrock Drive ED 3-2620 ED 2-7634 PLUMBING, HEATING, SHEET METAL, AIR-CONDITIONING ROBERT K. DENNIS Business Insurance-Planned Savings Personal Estate Planning-Retirement Income . ' . . Radio 8. Television Service Shenandoah Life Insurance Co. Kennon Sfreef Phones: Bus. ED 3-6159 - Res. JA 3-0490 1 Phone asa-4131 BROCK'S BARBER SHOP Garrison 8. Hunter Fuel Oil Co., Inc. Ou, 26th yea, at Plant: 913 Pecan Avenue fhe same location - ' - P G' 7I'h Authorized Esso Fuel oil Distributors em 24 Hour Sewice J. O. Brock, Proprietor THOMAS 8: HOWARD CCMPANY 4II S, College Street Page One Hu I I 1- QI arena! QQGLL .Jqoude Charcoal Broiled Just Like In Your Own Back Yard 1800 W. Morehead Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. Be First in Fashion Have Your Hair Done At TOWN 8. COUNTRY BEAUTY SALON 2125 Shamrock Driwe ED 4-7759 KIllIAN Oll COMPANY 5718 North Tryon Street I. W. Killian, Owner EASTWAY CIEANERS H B Cash, Mgr REID ELECTRIC CO., INC. 1116-18 Clement CHARLOTTE, N. C. ED 3-7784 3701 Central Avenue . Wiring Today For A Brighter KE 7-4848 Tomorrow Horold Harkey Harold Reid Res. ED 4-0902 Res. EM 6-4805 SHAMROCK DRUG STORE AMITY GARDENS DRUG STORE Amity Gardens Shopping Center 3029 The Plaza 333-0168 3806 E. Independence Blvd. 537-6221 Open 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. Open 9 A.M. to I0 P.M. lDaily and Sundayl I s, O llamlred Eighty-eiglzt JOHN THOMASSON CONST. CD. cusToM BUILT HOMES 416 Providence Road FR 6-7955 Top Quality Work Reasonable Prices CAROLINA AUTO SERVICE 2514 N. Davidson Street CHARLOTTE, N. C. Phone ED 4-3310 EXPERT AUTO REPAIR Tom Kerns Larry Kems SOUTHERN 5 8 10c STORES There's one in your neighborhood. GD CharIotte's Largest and Most Complete Garden and Nursery Shops BAUCOM'S NURSERY AND GRADING CO. FREE ESTIMATES LANDSCAPING-GRADING GARDEN SUPPLIES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 5 Convenient Locations To Serve You No. 1-ED 4-6453 No. 3-366-4856 4431 N. Tryon 8500 Park Rd. No. 2-KE 7-4080 No. 4-JA 3-5264 3532 N. Ind. Blvd. 4305 Park Rd. No. 5-EX 9-7227 2530 Wilkinson Blvd. Amon L. Boucom, Owner DIAMOND RESTAURANT 1901 Commonwealth Avenue FR 5-9232 Good Home Cooked Meal FUNDERBURK'S GUlF SERVICE Cas-Oils-Lubrication Tires-Tubes-Accessories 3801 Central Ave. CHARLOTTE, N. C. Page One Hundred E O CQLISEUM LANES CIFFEE SUIT Phone ED 4-8872 Phone ED 4-0431 yn 2801 Independence Boulevard HOUSE OF IUNIOR CHAMPIONS EASTWAY ESSO Mums BROS. WHEEL BALANCING T. R. LAWING so 2-9382 3315 E. lndependenee Rudy, 408 S0. TRYUN 0 PHONE BD 4-0897 Mvpeffy Wanagemenf dll! 56145 413 S. Tryon St. Phone 334-6481 ' 5 CHARLOTTE, N. c. V 1 ne Hundred Ninety 1'n .1 X -if If , fy fobf f ,. I tj fl I W x14l lw4!, i jj 1 X73 " K 171,421 WW 1 3 W EIMGRJFF N's1efsHoM3suoP f 1 h 3 E P 'fy' go' ,f 7 'yy-jX',l1 F 1 1- fi Gulf run ons i1: iggfwcQ, 3NMf5L J FRPQP-22119 Jaffe pg KEROSENE NWN le" Ji1N,3i , ervice' f , A V1 if 1 1. -2,91 wif XYZ 14-dftgvfle Nix si BUILDING suPPuEs otfswm 1 H 1 J ,X ,fs 1 315 East asm sneer For year round '?CQk." 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