Morehead High School - Carillon Yearbook (Eden, NC)

 - Class of 1961

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fy' u i U 81 EST ax?- MOREHEAD H IGH SCHOOL cf Q 1 Y., I X Y-'ff' I ix AK 3 s ' 0 or ' , 135- ff 9 Foreword The corridors are cmpty now, and there is a swirling mist where once the seekers of knowledge trod. But if we close our eyes and hum the strains of our Alma Mater, the fog glides away, and once again we'rc right in the middle of that rollicking, rush- ing, roaring, rapturous year of 1960-61. If we concentrate a little harder, we can picture the scene of that football game we almost won, or the mad scramble on the morning of mid-term exams, or the wonderful magic and romance of the spring dance, or thc thousand and one classroom experiences which instructed us. moved us, or entertained us. Ah, such wonderful dreams they are! But we hope to make our dreams come true, for almost as wonderful as a memory is a picture. The Carillon this year is a collection of our "dreams", fastened together with the cords of friendship and sprinkled with star dust. We hope that every student has many wonderful memories and will dream along with us as we capture -this unforgettable year. U 'E' ffl . 3 ' 1,j52f'1.1I-'4,'1 Y ' ., V Q .741 'gh V,f,Vw, . - , ,.,-nv' ' 5.5-.gf ' Q we ,:-- 9. ...PFW f 4 , . Lf fa H - 'I' X, 1 x ,..7'e- .. ,., ,N V, . 4. 1- 1 AA' I , , if , ., N L' ,r Cahn GH Wailea M 9615.7 . S .. hfxv in. su,' ,. ,.,.,,.. . -- + ':m::'fr'fr f X .. , . M. , J . ga .Eg I7 ' X -,I .Q '-'- 'f .Y'1" X N V . ' . K .V Eu x 1 N . , I 4 1 xi 1 , x L, - +V' V? 2 N -, Qx :MX 'x ' 1 n., - X .. rv- 3 . . A, .U -.f -,p .X f. Y' 1- , ,..K 1 -, ' - N, ., . vu' t " ' .' . Y- -N 3 .1 . g ff -' ff 5.-if , 'N -K' . a,-55:"1-l.ff'- V F' M -. -CHQ ' ' x "' iwxx -' 'xx Www-,' K 5 '-X " ' APN- -'-" .1'l"r' kv- -' ,.,. , XFN , I y .-., , X. . ...., My X . ,.qn,7,.g.,'A- .-V, 4 A V IJ ,Y Wx.-,'..,-. t 7. , X .xx 1 1. J. N- -, - 3 . B .I UM ' .1 - Qfg .ffl 1. ,"'.Xx, Q. 'X' w, ,!jN'.f' -..5 Hgxxvt 'Ex 1- . X . ' Y -, - K Q ' ,." 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K , 1 ,., , Qixpfgv ff - -A-in-L-"Q ' 3 9 ,. - T A 144 Zazfauazffze Carillon 1961 Spray, North Carolina HUGH ANDERSON . , . .......... Editor -IUDY BIGGS I. : ...,,, . . . Business Manager MRS. -IOAN C.. CITTY Q . . . . . Advisor Administration . . . Page 6 . .. Classes Organizations . . . Page 100 . .. Athletics Features . . . Page 148 .. Activities Advertisements . . . Page 168 . . dj l 04' g f Nab, 5 5 J af. ,X A Page 20 . s L xxx j, 4655 w-Mm fg-is Page 136 X 'w- E.. ll 75 Xvx ,T-Q-Q g Q 1 If I -J--in 135555 3 - . wf' "f' W V Aff 4 WM ' f!?4Egf l: X LI, C:x,Qj1lfF,. - Q V, x film? X Page 158 A NPN XX u D M ik, 1 miami.. ff' 1 , k A WN XS Nt if I aww XX x 7' is' ll, x 'f if 9 5 X- xx I a-fr ,ffm--' 'I - Administration Morehead High School is proud to have as its principal Mr. Wendell Newlin. Mr. Newlin has always been at hand when a student was in need. He has never hesitated when asked to give of his valuable time to go on some excursion that may turn out to be of use or may not. Mr. Newlin has always proved himself very capable of his position as principal of More- head High School. He handles problems as they are presented to him with philosophical wisdom. Working side by side with Mr. Newlin is our Hne faculty. The various departments at Morehead are run by highly qualified instructors. They perfomm their duties of teaching students with deep devotion and many times extend a helping hand beyond the call of duty. Our school system is headed by an outstanding school board, progressive superintendent, and profluent supervisor who works with Mr. Newlin and the faculty to make Morehead High School the finest ever 6 .9 nf Q , 1 , wk?" Q S Q ' wily- x 'HA 5 "I1"g.. .. xii , ' .xi V 'Pg gl- 0 , f3xI, -fix : .1 it I, Qgx U :uv :T ??1'T:'f11?fj , A--4 5,71-,-1:-245 - 1, J:-Q, 5 .-mi? .- - 7-5 1: :!:'ff5P: I ,P A A-P xxx .uf rf' A ,yay 1-Q R x fr J vg- "1--- .r' We ' .M 54. .- , !f3f?fF' . - 9551.1 ' 51:4 ., .,.,'ffc,,:,., , mn -- ',Wzmmf X V 8 I I 1 1 if f .isa in V -4 -L , L 9' at-1 ' C' -5' A Ei ! 15 V , '-.?Q- 9' h , N ry: .g .l Q 1, as-"""' Wa. . x jig! X 1523, r- AT fx '- 'K' ' .- YH' - im J! 1 -'Q -Q. . , an 31 ' ' f' ffz. Wiwff f,. " ': ' -35' IRT. ,-'I' ' "PHE ' w X .J :Ami Ps. ' 4 .- :P . , 'rf li," ,:. -Y "' ki " 2 ,lr L ' bc' Ax .- L ' '- School The Leaksville Township School Board is composed of seven members who serve without pay for a four ycar period and stand election on a stagger system basis. The board has initiated and is almost finishcd with a 51,376,000 school-building program. The last phase of the program is the Morehead High School auditorium which is slated for completion in late spring. The school board has consistently viewed the problems of maintaining a sound school system from an objective standpoint preferring to attack the problems on the basis of need, service 5. .v 3, X if 10 as Mr. Houglfs vitality and awareness of the needs X Bo ard to the students and assistance to teachers, principals and other snpcrvisory staffs in the Leaksville Township school system. They have, as members of the school board, devoted many hours of painstaking planning to enable the school system to keep pace with the fast-moving developments in the fields of science, mathematics. foreign languages and industrial education, since these factors are being emphasized as integral needs bv the federal government in its efforts to outdistance dictatorship nations in the race to train a competent population. uperintendent John Hough, superintendent of the Leaksville Township school system, is one of 30 American administrators and educators selected to make a trip to Russia last October to examine and observe the Russian system of education-elementary secondary, primary, and college. Mr Hough has been administrator of Leaksville Townhsip schools for some 15 years, During his Q administration, Leaksville Township has undergone a transfonnation both in organizational set-up and in its education curriculum and administration. The development of the physical facilities of the schools has resulted in expansion and renovation of existing schools and building of new ones. A concerted effort has been made to attract and keep teachers of high academic standing, training, back- l ground, and experience in the school System. of an educational system in a modern day has . in the role of school systems in the United States and has put the stamp of excellence on the over- all educational picture in Leaksville Tpwnship. His capacity for undertaking forward-looking programs to develop a well balanced school system has attracted state-wide attention and recognition for Leaksville Township and the Tri-Cities. placed Leaksville Township in an enviable class Principal f Mr. XYendell Newlin, principal of john Motley Morehead High School has been in the system for 15 years. He came to Leaksville as principal of Leaksviile Graded School, later taking over the --- High School in Leaksville. XVhen the modern up-to-date Morehead High was completed, he took over the difficult task of organizing the new school. Under his capable guidance the high school has grown continuously since the beginning. Mr. Newlin strives daily to mold better citizens for t.he future. -4-'Q Q4 ...J C..,L3- Ages' ei, .1 f- , i Ns J' SUPERVISOR Mr. Russell Byrd is Classroom Supervisor of the Tri-City schools. He goes about his daily task planning school programs, and looking after the many needs of the teachers and schools He makes it a point to know what is going on at all times in the schools and never misses an opportunity to recognize a good piece of work. l 1 1 V ,,,,.,...-1-4-' ' ' 'v-J 5.1- Ka 2 l 1 i v v- . We l ' '55 E x ' l ,hai ..,f SECRETARY Mrs. Evelyn Banks, secretary of john Motley Morehead High School, is very efficient and helpful, The school is run much more smoothly because of the ways she carries out her various tasks and duties. Certainly, Morehead High School could not do without her. -QWW IQ , fix 'nm 1 ' 'x DUANE BEST RALEIGH BICGERSTAFF Appalachian State Teachers College, University of Rochester, Lees-Mc- MRS' ,PEGGY IEAN BPlNTlNG XValce Forest, Mars Hill Rae College, University of North XVONIUPIS Cvllege Of U'1lU9"SlfU Of B. S. in Music Education Carolinas Alllmlflclllan Staff' Nfrfffi Cfffolfnff Teachers College B. S. in Secretarial Administration fpsik Acting Arts, A. B. in Education, Master of Education High School Facult ! 12 MRS. KLYCE CHANDLER Greensboro College A. B. in English, A. B. in French MRS. IOAN CRIGGS CITTY Woman's College of University of North Carolina B. S. in Secretarial Administration and Business Education DOUGLAS COKIPTCN Lenoir-Rliyne College, University of Norili Carolina M. A. Education, A. B. in Englisli MRS. SARAH C. DININNY Womonls College of University of Nortlz Carolina B. S. in Education 4'-T224 , 'Q W' f 'JS H J yfxx .S High School Facult LQ ,S ty MISS ELIZABETH DIXON NIRS SARAH HUNT FERGUSON M Mars Hill College, Mererlitlz College, NYOIIZUIIQS College of l'nii'ersify of XVoman.'S College of University Nortlz Carolina, Colinnlnio Wo: of Nortli Carolina University A. B. and M. E. in Home Economics A. B. and M. A. in Eflueotion 'Q'-s P - .fuss an .- -qv I . A E U MESS TONI FLANAGAN non's College of University Nortli Corolino A. B. in Sponislz . aww 'CI' vi Q O 13 U.-I n1.v',.. 1- v'. ,. .gn '-g,.. ... Nu "wr 1 l' v' 1 S aur- 'H 2 g. Q s .. 'lf' e-4, ROBERT FLEMINC MISS ELLEN FRENCH VVILLIAM ERNEST FULCHER East Carolina College Meredith College, Agnes Scott North Carolina State College, Appa- B, 5- in Music EduCmL.i0,1 College lachian State Teachers College A. B. in Foreign Language B. S. in Science M. A. in Education High School Facult i 5,31 f , , ' ll I ' . 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I -..........4........ una., . ........... ...., .. ., . . . - -r ' . :gg .sm .Q 2111: .Mtv g:.,! m:.. .'.'.l,l .. 1 .. .nf 4 - . v-.vf,.ATN-I . , ..:+y-g...Q-J1.: ,b ,... l.,-.,-4.,-, .:u:,gg...-,335-1. -. v-0 - -- -.'.,:::g -+ ' m :-.1-.5-,'.,.....: xr'n.'.x... ig ',' 'vl u Q qu tu i X . ., 4 t . . f .H ..h,....s ,.-i .-.0 .-. ...fun ...v ,..-H - Q ,w H- U. ',.,- IZ.---, 4 ' . ........ ...Nm-. , 1 . 4-A. nf MRS. MINNIE HINTERNHOFF Salem College, ColznnlJia University, IVOHIKIIIDS College of University of North Carolina Appalachian State Teachers College A. B. in English MISS ELAINE HOLT Wingate Ir. College, Phiyjter College A. B. in English 1 X 14 1. f - 1 4 I .. , 1. C. HONEYCUTT Appalachian State Teachers College B. S. and M. A. in Education MRS. -IULIA S. IVIE Greensboro College, XVon1an's Col- lege of University of North Carolina A. B. in English Q - Q NE 'e ii . f" f l ' .8535 ffx Q K 5 X X wc:-'X .TP X- 1 ,. " , ahh X8 , li 1- High School Facult MRS. DOROTHY N. LEA Lees-McRae College. YVonian's Col- lege of University of North Carolina, Appalachian State Teachers College B. S. in Commerce and Social Studies -ew- 91" -ml . Q VOIGT F. MORGAN Lenoir-Hhyne. Elon, Appalachian State Teachers College. Dulce University A. B. in Science JI. A. in Science and Etlucation . lah. a . Sh .x ge. f . . - 1 7 5 -' Y T s , Y, . ss- ls-1---"' 15 ODELL NASSAB Catawba College, University of North Carolina B. S. in Business Education JI. Eel. with Major in Business E' in-5, .. 3 we A S if 1 . ff? 'WWE .iw wwf MOTT E. PRICE CAPEBOLL L. RABON MAX STEVE RHODES Davidson College, University of . High P01'ifC0flege, . VVestern Carolina Collebe North Carolina Unwemty 0fN0"f'1 Camlma' B S in Social Studies and B. S. and M. A. in Education Florida State College l Physical Education B. A. in Mathematics Ml A- in Education High School Facult MISS FAYE ROBERTS Wornanis College of University of North Carolina, University of North Carolina B. A. in English BOB VVILKES Xppalachian State Teachers College B. S. in Mathematics and Physical Education M. A. in Education My pw 16 sw., 5 .Q N X x 1, I K Instructoi- 'ld-,,, fyf V-.. ni 7.4-A ff' 1 I U l MR. HENRY RAHN Director of the Rockingham County Industrial Education Center. ix ' . . Q1-4 Y vi L, T 'V K. MR. BILL ARBIFIELD Co-Ordinator of the Rockingham County Industrial Education Center. Leaksville - Rockingham Count Industrial Education Center Q X X I .Sag 3, 462 1 T . f .1 ' Si ' - aw I I 8 1 ' ,Q ff' A WU U' Y f 4 x 1 W X 'Q'T"Z7 , ,,.,+"' ' - if ti - - EQ.. l V w. h iN-it . T' ' 1 1 if N 4,4 I ...v- - ti gztvfa' 'fx-f.Q".X v . '- X ' "L 3- . . ' I I9 .1 5 x ' , 5 11. L -. A S 'UK 17 MR. MERRILL SNYDER, Elec'- tronic Technology: MRS. HA- ZEL HONEYCUTT. Seeretaryq ' NIR. K E N N E T H HARTER. Auto Mechanics: NIR. ROBERT BOGGESS. Mechanical Tech- nology: MR. XYILFRED AHER- ON Carpentry: NIR. ROGER XVORTHINGTON. Technical Drafting and Design. NOT PICTURED: JAMES E. GARDNER Report Writing CLARENCE MARTIN Blueprint Heading GEORGE SELF, SR. Mathematical Technology GEORGE SELF, IR. Jlatlzematies XYILLIANI OLIVER. IR. Electronic Technology NIRS. LUCILLE NIOORE Power Sewing We ..,,,.......- Rrwa. J' -nd' Grading the many OfHce Practice papers. Always thoughtful, kind, and true, VVhen help is needed, you come through. Tho' serious when working, you're full of fung Never refusing to listen to anyone. Youre a top-rated teacher and a loyal friend, You give willing assistance and a ready grin. XVhen theres work to be done, you have no fear, And problems disolve when you are near. 18 VVhen the time arrived to choose someone For this special page, we all thought as one. Without hesitation, We followed through, And put aside this page especially for you. Wfe know you deserve more reward than here, For your outstanding efforts year after year. But for doing everything well, you have to do, VVe dedicate our annual, Mrs. Citty, to you. as Ma. fm QW ea, '59 :Il ' WE? 3' li Classes The school year 1960-61 at Iohn Motley Morehead High School has been the realization of many dreams for each of us. For the Sophomores, arrival in senior high school is the fulfillment of a dream held throughout previous school years. Iuniors have been dreamy-eyed all year, anticipat- ing junior-Senior, receiving class rings, and the approaching final year. For the Seniors this year is the grandest dream of all. Achievements in intellec- tual, social, moral and spiritual goals have been realized, and Seniors are eager to embark into the fascinating world of the future. VVhether we are Seniors, juniors, or Sophomores, we have shared in our classes dreams which have caught the vision of of learning, the value of true friendship, the realization of individual worth, the necessity for self-discipline, the challenge of teamwork, and hope of democratic free- dom. NVe as classmates have dreamed together while we have worked and while we have played. 20 . , ,-M, ,. 'fi "fa ,mth V. A x 1 - 1 FW -jf: , .: z: 'L-5, 5 ... .ar ff'k7 -fad' -:H W' 5'-"-":?'i. - ' ,fv A-A J. if ny- , ,-, .L , gg.. V 4 Y. 51551 5, 11 :fT'f2? F f4.a'1 .. ,!. -1 ff H" 14,5 . QE? 'S J . if .- ' f 'fl , A- , :Lip ,f MQ? ' ' .i3'f1 '-'iii .. :f?1"U , f . "WTI . ,,v5f?1:, f . :'52"'5?-wg, '- -e21ei'fJ'f' . 3!,,.,.'.5 ag, . If . I and of 1 mx- 'i ., .Y..s,,. .. . .- ..,.. ,.,.,.V.. f , 'lflfiillfai u.i............,.-,..A,-,,r,,,,,,s, ,K ,M ,hm 4' QW --.ss-Q: w X S , 'L-I .' '-fr fp K, " . fi. i ,J ig? if . l. T51 1 ' ! Q 1 is ' MRS. SARAH FERGUSON At the head of our senior class, advising, directing and supervising is a very wonderful teacher, Mrs. Sara Ferguson. She brings to our senior class meet- ings a feeling of unity, making everyone want to participate in the many different activities of the Senior year discussed there. She is head of the Future Teachers of America chapter of Morehead High School. Many students have been inspired to make the rewarding profession of teaching their choice for the future by the example she sets both in the classroom and the meetings. The many trips and activities that are carried on by the organization would not be complete without Mrs. Ferguson being there, either giving moral support, instructing, or helping them have a good time. There is no one in the senior class who could imagine having a senior dance or party without Mrs. Ferguson to' make it complete. Graduation would never be as inspiring nor as significant if she was not there to help the seniors struggle in their marching practices. And on the night of graduation all would be lost without her sincere congratulations. Mrs. Ferguson truly makes our senior year go around by her wonderful ability to work with students and the contributing of her excellent ideas for the year. The senior class certainly could not do with- out her. Seniors SENIOR OFFICERS Sfallffirlg: SHIRLEY XYEADON TVCII-S'lH'C'l' -IOE LINDSAY. Prvsidcnf DAL CXYYNN. Vic'C-Prvsidcnf Scvzfczlr NI.-XRSHA STEPHENS C0rrc'Spm1zfi11g SUf'l'l'fZIl'If ,IUDITH BICCS. Rf'l'0l'lIIlI-Q SUL'l'UI'lII'Il 1961 Senior TX ,ex .L IRVINC NEAL ADAMS, IR. ROBERT STEPHEN ADAMS "Neal" 'KSfeuie" igyx I MARTHA STONE ALLEY "Martha" ROBERT KENNETH ADKINS CAROLYN JEAN ALCORN "Kc'nnyv "Car0lyn', 26 Class I 961 v, H27 ,A SHERMAN TERRY ALMOND, IR. ELINOR HUGH ANDERSON "T0lJy', "Hugh Lie" 83 Fw J af5"f' - I E aff, ,, . ., A. x 2 1 CLAUDIA MARIE BAILEX "Claudia', NANCY GAYLE ARCHIBALD DORIS CARROLL BAILEY "Nancy,' "Doris" 27 1961 Senior gr QW! 'Kaus-of' L .41 6 BETTY WILSON BANKS WATT LEE BARROW "Betty" "Watt" fW! ,easy IUDITH LAYNE BIGGS CKIudy97 AIAMES PATRICK BARTON LARRY MICHAEL BLACKBURN "I. Pf, "Miken 28 Class 1961 -Qai- fag 107. ,',, k k Q 114'- XM IAMES FREDRICK BLACKWELL HERMAN WALLACE "Iimmy', BLACKYVELL "Wallace" fi zvi - X l RUBY ANN BOWERS 0 rcAnvn:: FRANCES KAREN BOULDIN IOHNNY HARLEY BOYD "Karenv "I0lm7, 2 9 1 961 Senior IOSEPH LARRY BOYTE LOUISE BRAMMER "Larry', "Louise" li- if Nm., - '4IK"""""?" .1 WILLIAM DOUGLAS BROWN uD0ug,, OTIS VVILLIAM BRAMMER LYNDA CAIL BRYANT "Billy, "Lynf1a" 30 Class L 961 '1486' 1..- 'Q-" SANDRA SPENCER BURCART ALTON THOMAS CALDXVELL "Sandra" "Alz'0n,' AV T Q., Wi Q1 K r , ag: 5-:L ' 's....,. MARTHA BELLE CARTER "Ala:-tlzff' LINDA CORNELIA CAMPBELL CECIL SEIGLER CARPENTER 'iLindan "Butch" 31 1961 Senior 4579 X1 NANCY LOU CARTER LINDA HOPKINS CASSELL "Nancy', linda" ,www-w. FRED SHUFORD CHILTON "Moto" FRANCES IRENE CHANNEY MILDRED ANN CHUMBLEY nFfUI'l,CQS,, "ZWilCll'6d,, 32 Class 961 -ti' 'W' 4 RICHARD LYNN COCHRAN PATRICIA ANN COMER Hnlickeyv "Paw .aww 'Iv' fQ fu' 'di N? '-:W ,NN ,. Nm " R GEORGE MICHAEL COOPER "Miken FREDA MAE COOK TEDDY RAY CORUM "Freda', "Teddy, 33 I 961 Senior Wi. CAROL ALYCE COX LARRY WAYNE COX KCIITO lv "Larry,' wuqgszk . , TOMMY CECIL COX "Tommy" SAMUEL ALFRED COX IOSEPH EZBA CRAFT "Sammy', "foe" 34 Class I 961 N plug, is its .ik ii th, YIM T' IEHALDINE CRAY CROWDER IOHN PATRICK DINEEN, III "I e ffin "Joh n" v '-Q 6...- bw ROGER DALE DUNCAN "R0ger', LOYD CALVIN DILLON BONNIE CAIL DODSON "Loyd" "B0nnie', 35 1961 Senior ,Q RW, NNN NELL ELIZABETH DYER RUFUS NEVILLE DYER "Nell" "Rufus" I 'Av' Q52 U "1f . , I imvf A 'iw X vB RONALD GARY EAST "Ronald', BRENDA LEE EARLES KATIE VICTORIA EDWARDS "Brendan "Katie" 36 Class 1961 ,M so Rx . N. -,. A sus., ,... iTWva- ., ei 9 . ,. THOMAS LEON EDWARDS EDWARD RAVEN ELLIS "Tl10mas', "Rauen7, . 4- 3- lUK,'WQ .5-xl ts. X- K ,Q 'Qf""" X.,- DORE GAIL FAGCE "Gaily HELEN FAYE EPPEHLY ALVA ANNE FLINCHUM "Helen', uAIUflv 37 1961 Senior f FRANCES EILEEN FOLEY RONALD LEE FOSTER "Eileen,' 'lRonnie" L. MELVIN THOMAS FRAZIER "MeIUin', HARRIET BRENDA FRANKLIN .IAMES PEARLEY FUNDERBURK "Brendan "Buddyv 38 Glass I 961 YT WILLIAM LARRY GLADYS XIAE GALLDIN FUNDERBURK 'kGIadys" "Larry', GA W 'QT""" w '5l 5 f s n s , . 6 ROBERT HARVEY GAULDIX - .fi j EG W ' X V .,..,,Q'g, x 'W "R0bcrt', GLORIA FAYE GAULDIX QIANIES XVILLIARI GIBSON "Glory" HJCZITICSD 39 1961 Senior Mm. g i ' ,, N i l :,:. R ,. M-....,-' . , . ' ' , ' ' SANFORD PATTERSON CILLEY LILY FRANCES GILLEY "Buzz" "Frances" an L I LINDA ANN GILLEY "Linda" IANICE MARIE CILLEY MARY JOHNSTON GILLEY KJCIIIICCD "Margin 40 Class 1961 if YS..- I NADINE ZELNIA GILLEY PAUL RONALD COVER "Pat" "Paulv -3QYi3 M if li" . -"Q, 5- , 2 Q. W4 of . VERONICA HAILEY CROCAN Ronnze GENE CORNELIUS GRAY NANCY CAROLYX CRUBB "C0rny" "Nancy" -11 1961 Senior 4 DALLAS EDMUND GWYNN IR. MARY FRANCES HAILEY "Dal', "Mary Francesv gwfg ELTON FRANKLIN HALL "Frankie,' MELINDA LAYNE HALE GAIL WILSON HARRIS "Melincla,' "Gail" 42 6 I Class I 961 er-'yi SUE KARON HARRIS ROBERT F. HARRISON, EIR. "Sue', 'KB0bby', 'rvx , Quan-....-A . l IANIES F. HAWKINS "Crown IRVING LESLIE HATCHER BECKY PRUITT HEFFINCER 'Truingv K'BeckyJ' 43 1961 Senior X"""Xx I 'Wlhurwmp Ad WILLIAM GENTBY PATRICIA ANN HODGES HIGGINS, AIR. "Pafsy', "Billy" "lf----... MARIE HOLMAN HOPKINS "Marie', RUTH ELAINE HOLLAND IVILLIAM VVAYNE HOYVE "Hutlf' "Buff, 4-1 I Class 4 ca 5'6" qw--fr-r gn..--f ..,, . ,Qx. A CORNELIUS HOYVLETT SHELBY HUTCHERSON "C0rneliusn "Shelby" , ,Q ,' 'X 'rrfft' -A A W X M F .yi Qi 'Q' af., '-"'N"-- M 'A "' PATRICIA GAIL IARRETT "Gail" CAROL ANN JARRELL TOMMY PAYTON ,IEFFERSON Carol Tommy 45 4 N 961 1961 Senior -dQf'f"?v SQA IOHN ROBERT IOHNSON DEVVEY LEE IONES "Robert" "Dewey', qv ,AX, T 5. -IAMES WORLEY IOYCE "james" FONDA LOU IONES LENA RIVERS IOYCE F onclff' "Leung A 46 Class 961 A ev, J Q23 L LINDA FAYE KENNON ELIZABETH DAMERON LAMAR "Linda,' "B0fl1', Q , lx. fi if - ww - MALISSIA BEATRICE LAND "MalisSin" HARRY KENNETH LAND AIEFFREY LOUIS LAND "Kenny,' "jeff 47 V N- I 961 Senior "'sZ1'wf NP' SAMMY GENE LAW PATRICIA ANN LEMONS "Sammy,' "Pat,' ,,-up KW 'K' MYRTLE PATRICIA LIGHT Pat ARTHUR GEORGE LEWIS -IOSEPH HAMLIN "Arthur,, LINDSAY, IR. ..I0e,, 48 Class 961 C Q--' "-" ARTHUR IACKSON LONG IESSE WALTER MANUEL, IR. 'lArtl1ur" "I, Wf' ?.. ' lf! ...J gg-r DOUGLAS ANTHONY MARLOWE "Doug" CAROL ANN BIARLOXVE ALONIA CEYLON MARTIN HCIZTOIU MCCUIOIIU -19 1961 Senior ww av ELMA STANLEY MASSEY LINDA DABNEY MAUS uEl7Tll1,, "Dalmey,' A S Ab.':: . , Q32 'V' ' 1 .',1,.. MW wr -' ,'t,: f ' CARY FRAKER MCBRIDE "Gary" IOYCE ANN IVIAYES LALIA PATRICIA MCDANIEL "I0yce', "Lalia" 50 Class 961 174 1'--'F 'HFC'- ,IUDY DALTON NICCUIRE TENNIE CAROLINA NICCUIRE "Judy" "Tcnnic" 5 A .I 'J51 isggmxwi di-A gps-.... '66 qpwm- 1 Sgt! GILRALD RODCERS NIEERS "Gerald" LINDA FAYE XIEADOYVS LEONARD DXYAYNE NIEEKS "LincIrz,' "Lc'0nm'cI', 51 1961 Senior gx CORNELIA LOIS MOOREFIELD ROGER LEROY MOOREFIELD "Cornelia" "Rogan Qi. '-ve---' """"O MARGARET ANN MURPHY uAIIll',QfI7'L"fn MARTHA ROLLJNS RAYMOND LEROY MURPHY MONTGOMERY "LC'l'0y,' ",NIr1rf11z1" 52 Class 1 961 ea ?i7?',, ks, - ' -el l . U ROSE CERALDINE MURRAY IANIES CARL NELSON uC:CI'lIldillCn ujfllllllllv Mg-is-. 3' 'REID- 4 HAROLD XXAHNE NOLES UAVIILIIICH EVONNE IRA NICHOLS CLENDA DALE OVERBY "E tonne" "Glenda" 53 I 961 Senior W Lv' Tw. ..X.. IW, .4uW4"""" REBECCA SUE POWELL DONALD YVEBSTER POVVELL "Becky, "Donald" 8.0.-f BONNIE GERTRUDE PRICE "Bonniev MYRA AIANE PRATT LOUIS FAISON PRICE 'fMyra" "Faison7, 54 I Class 1.961 , l LINDA GAYLE PRICE NANCY IVA LEE PRIDDY "Linda" "Ita LCC" I ' fi I I gr-I E -r-" ' I L i,i f wwf MARY CAROL PULLIANI "Carol" ALVIN CADELL PULLIAM PHILIP BIELYIN PULLIAXI 'fA1vfn" '-P11f1f,f 55 1961 Senior .vm I aww -',' Wws W BRENDA DALE PURDY CENITH GAIL RATLIFF 'KBrenda', "Cindy, my 5 WW A, .IIMMY RAY REESE "Jimmy" DONALD PAYTON RAY DGNNIE RAY RICHARDSON "Donald" "Donnie', 56 S Class 1961 if so-at AIOHN LEE RICHARDSON THOMAS MARTIN RHODES "I0lm', "Tom my GM EW X .xl N BENJAMIN .IAMES FLETCHER RICNEY Buck YVILLIAM GALE RHODES CAHOLYN DARE RITCHIE "Galen "Cm'0lyn', 57 1961 Senior .Y 1:14. , il :gem......w-u- IOSEPH MORGAN ROBERTS NORA FRANCES ROBERTS uloev "Nora" C- M, ,.., . . X SYLVIA ELIZABETH ROBERTSON "Sylvia" BRENDA FAYE ROBERTSON CLARENCE WINTON ROGERS "Brendan "Clarence', 58 Class E961 fag? Iv LINDA LEE RUBBER DELEIGH CQRXELIA uLfl'ldfl,, SHBOPSHIBE "Dc'lCi,gl1" 1178 'Q .19 Q? 1 FRANK MORRIS SILVER Frank BARBARA LEE SHOUCH SUSAN ELIZABETH SIMPSON "Bobbie" "Sue" 59 1961 Senior 'E' , Ig 8 ,f I4-5 .fl O ELAINE PIERCE SNIITH .IERRY FRANKLIN SOBIERS HEIHIIICU ulerryv IUDY GARLAND STECALI, "1z1r1'y', XQR- .gg Q W NIARSHA ANN STEPHENS "M0rsl1a,' 60 N I LYNN HARDING STEPHENSON "Lynnv Class 961 -0 ft ,415 751 pair RONALD FRANKLIN SXVINNEY IOSEPH HENRY TALBERT, IR. "Ronnie" "I0ey,' ?? H U7 x E ' X 14 Q, ' . 7 xx ,WN-w MARY ANN TAYLOR "Mary Annu MARGARET ANN TALBOTT EVA FRANCES THOMAS "Mar,garez"' "FrancCs" 61 1961 Senior "i"" Nh PAUL RUSSELL THORNTON, IR. EUNICE LORRAINE THURMAN "Russell,' "Eunice" YIIf',?' E45 PRISCILLA ANN TRENT "Ami, MARY CATHERINE TUCKER BRENDA LEE TRENT "Cathy" "Brendan 62 Class 961 , T Q N- f, ,-vw - Mug 13 .Q lx 9 . Q i ,H X QQ' V -49 .A ' FRANCES LAVONNE VERNON BOBBY WOODROW VESTAL "Frcmcesv "Bobby" A i xi 1 snr- f XVILLIAM MICHAEL WADE "Miken IAMES LEE VVADE TED VERNEAL XVATKINS iCIim37 lCTed77 63 1961 Senior Q55 'Am ,Q-"' I SHIRLEY ANN WEADON DOUGLAS WILLIAM WILLARD "S71irley,' "Doug, EDDIE LEE VVOODLIEFF "EfIdie', PATRICIA MARIE XVOOD IANIE KAY VVOODY Kfpatsyll CCKay3? 64 Class T 961 xv' 1? --.AV A BARBARA APLLENE XVRICHT BRENDA CAROL YOUNG "Arlene', 'cBrenda" f-5 f"" 16' WJ LYNDA LOU YOUNG BETTY YVONNE YOUNTS "Lynda" "Yvonne" 65 4 A, l E. P 9 l E s . . y , Q , , - , esss J ff - "'ittuswnunq....,..d MRS. IULIA IVIE I 1 X 'Ov1-Q-- C-I-f V ' s ' f . fgoag- nal' ... My Sz C..Q....Jl.bl- Sk f , - .X , No.. ttaO..lX - . av- J1- , K ' L l l 1 fl il At the head of the Iunior Class is a fine and capable person, Mrs. -Iulia Ivie. Mrs. Ivie has a Very full year 1 directing the many activities of the juniors. l Shortly after the students come back to school in l September she has to begin the magazine sale. If all l goes well her work is lightened, but as things usually turn out, her task is'heavy but it is carried out and completed with success. l Rings and class dues must be figured into her busy i schedule but she does every job presented to her with a deep devotion and high spirits. One of the high lights of Mrs. Ivie's year is the directing of the .Iunior Senior Dance. YVithout her careful organization, it could never be a success. Vifhen the .Iunior year is over Mrs. Ivie has played a major part in preparing the students for the Hnal year of school. 1 2 Juniors OFFICERS Lcaff to Right: Norris Ford, President: Carlotta Duckett. TI'Ci1SU1'C1'l Carl Grohs, Yicc-P1'C5identg Lucy' Grogan. Secre-ta1'y. 67 V . - , .,.,.., " A s..,.....a qui, M 4.41, - ..,..- m 1. , . N ,R jr Larry Eugene Baulcling Ira Travis Barrow Stephen Ronald Barker Frank Eugene Barron VVilliam Ronald Bcrrier George Franklin Bootlie 1961 Juniors Otis XVayne Alcorn .Iac-kie Ray Allen Carl Iulian Allred Frances Victoria Anderson Susan Faye Archibald Margaret Haydon Arnall ,.u-4.-an A xixsl, xx X X i..,,.,., sl ew r KF- ' -A., 68 ww.. Q Xut. 1 '1'4T"Y- '63, -Tar tg .1 Y '73, if sh- ,- -v Charles Edward Butler - - M le Archie Dillard Carter III ' - Cloria Dale Carter Q S, x... 1961 Christine Bowers Kimberly Bowman Thomas Keene lirokus ames Handel Brooks Ceorqe Ronald Brown Patsy Ruth Burkes Q Q .lo Ann Caudle Charles XYilliam Chandler ah aa Lynda C arolyu Chandler gg-, fl Juniors . Q.,- 'Ui X. - K 4-Q45 iii --.X a-'UN """' 'W' ig gr,-e . 'Whip -SHN ,BEEN fvi limes Rich 1rd Clarlx Beverlv Alice Cochran Brendfl Sue Collins Lfuvrence XVelclon Cox Mary Eva Craft Ruth NVatson Craig 1961 2, SVN ' ' N r A Q .gg - V37-ZIg,.r 70 Juniors Xlfayne Richard Chaney Marie Ann Cherwaty Drewey Leonard Chilton Thomas Melvin Chilton Charlotte lolene Church Pauline Delores Clark 'Q-Ns' is 1961 'vs ,-N ,am us' Q1 a. , L" ,. ., Q--or if in "f"' anim Phyllis Rebecca Cioucli Xlilton R. Cioucli Phyllis Ann Daniels Patricia Carlotta Duc-kett Carol Evonne Evans Cary Emauiuel Evans Otis David Evans Alamos Mathews Fair Ioyce Loretta Fargis Juniors rwkosgv SQA.: ss-y, 71 Iamce Rose Dillard Sandia Gail Dodson Charles William Dooley 'k .,..,. S--r "TQ :iw -usda. E4 fv- .ifiy 3 A M'- ,QWRQ , , 99 . . 'A In Shirley -lean Frith Ioe Homer Fuller Shirley lean Fulp Ann Elizabeth Gardner Iames P. Garrett 5 am- til to ,vii 'QQ 'Cla Philip XVayne Gauldiu 1961 Juniors Myra Ann Fitzgerald Martha Reid Fitzgerald David Lee Flinchum Norris Dale Ford Iris Elizabeth Ford Barbara Ann Frank F N E V 1.. s l 1 '-N Q' ie- ' F -area 72 ll vi Q. if -N ' 1 'QU' ""' 'Q-Q ., ' RY tif' ,an Linda Sharon Hall Rebecca Ann Hall Faith Marie Hankins Raymond Edward Hankins Melvin Melianc Harmon Bonnie Kay Frances Harris Juniors f-gf QR., Y. AUS. 73 A l 1961 Anna Mae Gibson Dock William Gilley Frances Rebecca Gilley Carl Ervin Crolis, Lucy Allen Grogan Allen Lewis Hailey l 5'-ui 'N YT" s,,r ,fs-,, if Q . "QV A 1" r vliivrxl ' ' ' lgawf --mms, Mae Walsel Hoehl Daud Ross Holmes f X l X is Q' v-49-ixvr' Clorra Mlrre HlUIld1OS WW' Vera Frances Hoplxms Ol1VCl Elmo Hoplxms, I Ixenneth Hughes 1961 Juniors -Izrmes Russell Hatcher Robert Melvin Hicks Martha Ann Haskins Mathews VVarren Higgs Charles Richard Hill, Ir. Marcia Mae Hill HUB -Qum- i""Q.- r '74 li 415 'S' 1961 LLIX7 ern e I. Hundley Edward George Hunt Robert Lee Hyler . 1: is ,S+ V -N TN . x 1 .., I K W ww I .3 bqqd A J t ,I X . N X H Vx "fy SN 'M .4 '1 4' -- xt, ' .P ' Lillie Mae ,lefferies 1 ' 3- -Q tl"-J Betty lean llefferies ilvvl' -lean Ann Iohnson x Aludy Humphrey -Iohnsou Barbara Ann -Iones Lester Mack jones Larry Michael Kallam Evon Kennon Melvin Kennon Juniors 4'-x it is--. ' 5 5 X. X w. l- 'N 'VN '61 Q .- YA rw, if, K RK wg.- 75 'iran Quas- 'S'-S Wwwm gfxk QD-gvgqi, 'FN' 5 .0 w-mf W""r 'Um 'Quinn- Xufeldra Ellzabeth Xlabe Verl XIanu1l Home-r Xlarslmll Beth NI'1rtin Elizwbeth Xlartin X'K"1ll'1ce Mwrtin 1961 -it Jumors Cuv Lee Kerlev Thurm 1n Edward Land Xlelvin Clarence Law Rlchard Elun Layne Anna Barr Lea kenneth Marvin Lemons -'UN ,M ' ' K'--nf 76 rl 's,,,,. 'N 'Cf' gf Lanny Ross Nlartin " ' Teresa Annettu Blurtin 'QV 'NI' ,il it EWS S-..,.-I Hortense Nlc-Ceehee Bluhara Mc-Guire Kenneth Meeks l Bleryle Minter Henry Mitchell Kay Mitchell Juniors gp' - Ann Xleclclaugh Matthews Donald Clay' NlcBride Michael Douglas Nlurtiu john NYillium McCollum 'Ave ee 'Wiz'- kaa -wq ' . .X 'W . ,Ns '-H' NN WA. 77 emi' ,- dvi ff!" we ' sg--, .f fa Andrew jackson Powell Bailey Pratt Larry Pratt Patricia Pruitt Marie Proffitt Sandra Proffitt 1961 1' fr f r,', i "ai It V 2 A A. ,A I 'i'P"Y a..f i..,.-w- A fqg.-f.,.-W QW fm "'4'i'J of . 'Nv- Juniors Margaret Anne Morgan Carl Wfendell Newlin Janet Ray Norris -Ierry Odell Alice Overby .Io Ann Penn NN-... X W 'A' gm, X 78 l if-1' ' -QTY- Nlary Sue Roberts Allen Roberson Cary Roberson Marie Roberson Kenneth Robertson Blames Rorrer Juniors we mw S, . ' WINN- 79 1961 Lloyd Cliffton Pulliam Dennis Gareth Purdy XVuyne Rakestraw Ierry Reece Rachel Richardson Billy Rigney ii. fre' 'ipqv 'Sk-0 W? we GN 1 A.- , sr, 1. N f',v:i.. X1 3 s. 9 " v 1- en W1 ""1'X 5. 'tj F - ,AE .hwy , yi ivy vt - ww- V-we Glenn Samuel Shelton loc Xhlllam Shem ood Larry Ixerth Slnxely 5, ..,. Kwrtn Louis Swpp Annette Louise Saunders on J umors Nancy Taylor Scales sv 5' Kay Ellen Schaub Roberta Cale Shelton 'QW -Qwww-f Linda Kaye Shelor QSNSN Stuart Shouglr .sk 2,-RQ' Carolyn Shropslnre Rlelr 1rd Slax ton 1961 'im-..N... --Q. N-me is iq K1 1, 'tw 5 T' YN-v TS fr- Y ' Michael Steven Stanley .Ioan Stainback Connie Stegall Tommy Stegall Gertrude Stewart Ronald Stevens Juniors E 5EE,3pS5 Qi VT"-nv 1961 Alvin Eldridge Smith Rebecca Rae Smith lloyce Ann Smith Ann Piirzade Soyars Donna Delores Squires Harriet B. Stack 'lhsanlQ X. 81 s,.,, .i,. V, . A., N QC:-f ,, - :gif AV ,fn n Sa , V zll iwsxv l rf ' , ,.f . 1.6 I f ' Karen Thompson Sonja Wade lohn XValke1 Freddie XY all Gail VVashbu1n 1961 R , 'H-1 . M, '- A,.. . , A sig-5-lf Juniors john Douglas Stone Karen Ann Stultz Alice Hunter Sugg William Edward Tate Barbara Terry Ian Thomas x VWQL 2 t'?'Z1? . ' .5 Nh 3 ,.....:, N ' . . ef I- Donnie Wall S "' 82 .QC as A3 imi- v:."':9' Q-nav fl- w--- it if-' ' ' A Yer' Nancy Wilson Linda XVilson Brenda NYrigl1t Sharon Yarbrough Beth Young Juniors wr-:Y Q 1961 Ric-lmrd Ray XVatkins Harrison XVhite Nancy NVi1lia1ns Brenda XYilli?11'I1S Mike Willard Sammy VX'ilmoth ibg v"X ... Q Y X is 83 iffitr . X 3' ':n"' X. '4t"'Y!' - 4.4. , V5 'All , Q , f 1 IMT' . ,, wg 4547! n- ! rd : WW , . ,- . 4.15- N-. ' - - ' X i , I tg . M, , r , .. , - b ' 11 5 ! 4' 5 V1 i'?'! mlm 515 .iii . 355 t 1' 1' ith., - ' M- "-- N' A A by Q, :'.: ' :yt hm Q 'LQ , I -I i JL ,,: fr. !Q Ah , 5-ji. :E I H' 1 L . ,I tg, ' N !! tu- '-L: .'f! 5 . . ,. . Q ' V . . Au A .ini , W .- - -.'-.-ffsme t at-JM,---',:w - f I- . - -' iv-- W V Y I - t -1 1 - ' F ::m"f.-s. , ,wg-', X ,'z -'fr l' f : 5 F.. r fm t Wm f ---' 1 1 is X .. ' g?,?"1? 1y'Y f t -::.4:m X I 1 E .,... . , - ' + '-Y .,.. wif' , , 2 2 1 .. 31 WW f Q J f ' Q , .V 55 ,- ' wp- , 3 'Qin - we 2. 4-YT "M 4' 1 I it if we bf i QQ! 1 I .ar - 3. I I I Q ! 5 Study! Study! Study! VVhe1'e did everybody g0?? .- -g, A, "And now for the Kickoftln A H "Gab F est!! iw mi QL All that and mascots, too. .F-ff" s... --,'- 'N "Our glttle Bitty Buddy-" S 4 p f 444 71 ,., li- T' L, a r , ,Wt -tt . 5 Mn ...E ...... a 1 .1 55, r ....-.i., ' -x. y..,VYN -vw' .hymn 2? ,X g Thev mav seem messy but they are Certainly hard workers! Character can easily be read in hands. I fb. Q xx 'TX 'ZZ ru --V-..-. Love-sick Happlly deselted by the strugglmg CIIGIHISUB students. I i' A xl-'. .., XYe find many who sneak in those sweet 2 3 9 t. moments between classes. . 0 1 I' Ap ,X fm' SX Delinquency Sadness Question Insanity Anger Arrogance S5 A,,,.,.-- S 3. sez MR. WILLIAM FULCHER Each and every student in the sophomore class at one time or another 'has received help from Mr. Ful- chur, their sponsor. He is head of each sophomore activity and because of him each one is a success. VVhen the new students come to Morehead they have a feeling of being lost, unnoticed and unwanted. Mr. Fulcher is always there to help them with their troubles and make them feel a part of the school activities. He shows them the way to become one of the student body by participating in school functions. He starts them "off" in good school spirit and helps them have the right attitude toward the school. Q7 ophomores OFFICERS Left to Right: jimmy Law, Presiclentg Guemey Farmer. Treasurerg Lynda F a r a b e e. Vice-Presiclent: Gayle Campbell, Secretary. G5 z-f N...-f W!m...,.. 'WW' WZ"'r V-3 45 gin: , Nik- Q... in -'nw' -1"'t vu Nu.,- semi mx v- if hwy S' 1? wr-ff Sandra Kay Aaron Gloria jean Agee Mona Kay Alderman Sandra Ann Allen Yvonne Faye Allen Corella Anderson Io Ann Barham Betty Carol Barker Carolyn Farmer Barker Billy Barrett Judy Ann Barrett Kenneth XVilson Barrett Wayne Lee Barrow Joyce Lee Barwick Ronnie Belton Glenn Ray Blackwell Cody Lyndell Boyd Patricia Jane Boyte johnny Lea Brammer Marvin Brinceiield Garner Collidge Brown David Brumbeloe Delores Muriel Bryant Kelly Burke James Cornette Burnette Carl XVayne Burris Carolyn Ann Burroughs Donna Dice-n Burroughs Lucille Gayle Campbell joel Thomas Campbell Irish Faye Carter Mary Lou Carter Sandra Carter Curtis XVilliam Cassell Richard Owen Cates james Bondurant Chandler Samuel joe Chatman Judy Ivalene Chatman Russell Chatman Ernest Dwight Chilton Sue Christley Billie Jean Christman Lonnie Gray Clark Basley Ray Cole Judith Laverne Compton Dian Rae Cook Brenda Ruth Cox Jane Craddock al -Sn-Q W:-.Q Bertha Jeannine Craddock Mary Evelyn Craig Rachel Ann Craig Larry Curry Faye Simpson Davis Marie DuBois Carol DeHart Jean Karen DeHart Renda Dale DeHart Piegieland Lee Denny Roger Wayne Denny Louis Ishmael Dew Billie Jean Dillon Sandra Gail Dishmon James Dodson William Paul Duckett J James Lewis Earies Judith Shannon East Alfred Ellington John Emory Ronald Leonard Evans Bobby Lee Fagge Lynda Lee F arabee Guerney Farmer Marie Adessa Ferguson Brenda Faye Foley joan Leslie Franklin jaincs XVilliam Frazier David Ernest Frith Allen Ray Gardner Thomas Harold Garrett Nariee Jeanne Gibbons XVilliam Ernest Gillespie Eugene Gilley Kenneth Don Gilley Martha Seotti Gingrich Barbara jean Griffin Larry Griffin Mack Louis Griffin Lionel Franklin Grifllth Edgar McCoy Grubb Cornelia Marguerite Grubb Bernard Wesley Gusler Darrell Harland Gusler NVilliam Samuel Hailey Joyce Hall Marcelline Hall Morris Hall 'S-':' ig Y an -. .fu- fx. vu in rg-, l wily! l E' A Q H- xg, 5' le WW' -an if if'-R21 V .S S.- XX Ns., uitviv in G' TR? vvwf,,,,' 'E'L'! ,Mx , fi Thomas Edison Hall i iii 4 w 'tm-' :lr Wayne Hall Patricia Laine Harrell Laura Harris james Everette Hatcher Linda Elizabeth Haynes Harry Ben Haynes Joe Ben Hawkins - -2 Jewell Jean Hensley --,ics I Y y A Joyce Ann Hensley Michael james Hensley f r Freddie Hicks 'FW' Georgia Faye Higgs Iudith Lee Higgs Betty Sue Hodges Jerry Walker Holland Catherine Eloise Holman 'ii' " Stephen Foster Holmes - - Shemian Edward Holt Carol Marie Hopper ew si-4.3 'quo- Vicki Lou Hopper Janice Hopkins Katie Howe Margaret Howerton Michael Dana Howerton ik 'Q Frederick Boone Hudgins - XVayne Lee Hundley Michael Hutcherson Walter Mayer Hylton Q F. :.- Annie Elizabeth Ivie .1 11 9, Y' ' f- , is 4 Jr 1. X nr' v- .a.xe. M132 75? Oliver jackson Ieffriex Rosie Faye johnson George Walter johnson. Ir joseph Samuel Iones ' Ras: 'El' 'fi'-T. v.'-33' fan Charles XVeldon Joyce Q - David Ioyce john Mike Kasten I Helen Sue Kelly Q 'B Mae Kennon 9 Kenneth Larry Kendrick fx Elizabeth jane Kirby Larry Leo King William Knowlea ' '- "4v'- M at Susan Beryl Koontz 127 Charles Lee Lund Peggy Lasley jimmy Law xl Barbara Lee q Q' 93 cf' S5 Y' in X- ' 53 dvqx fin 1 ms, , Ray Lewis ,,,,.,,l Charles Edward Lillard Ann Long Reba Mae Lumpkin A Q' Lester Ray Lunsford, Ir. Dwight Keith Manuel XVilliam Martin Clydene Martin if -' lx Sammy Martin Idanthea Lynne Matthews Clara Fluer Medberry Doris Faye Meeks YR? TQ' Susan Mitchell Karen Irene Mize Jean Richardson Moore Larry Lee Moore Jesse Lewis Moore, Jr. Ml O' Robert Moore W, 'Wo ,.. ?s..4- Mary Rachel Moorelield Larry White Morgan 'IRES' Jerry Mike Mullins Sharon Murphy Tommy Murphy Donnie McBride Q' 94 l Carolyn Nance Kent Eugene Nelson Betty Anne Owen Catherine Elizabeth Parker johnny Bunyan Parker Judith Lane Parker Larry Patterson Linda Sue Patterson Patricia Ann Patterson Charles Franklin Perry Johnny Christman Porter Susan Powell Philip King Price Hazel Kay Price Michael Priddy Ronda Gail Proffitt Linda Cheryl Pruitt Linda Pulliam Lynda Jean Purcell Cecil Edward Purdy Gerry Rankin Richard Rankin Frankie Rieson Billy Roach 01 -sf 42199 1:v Q. 'WQT' .4-,- Z' :Divx R 'WNo', 'Qum- ..q Qa- T? YL' fem 'as 6' QV. I-K A'!'5'15 Y? 541 13 '-- 3, 95 K it X2 al rv wx -FDX in 'vs ' it qv... p M- ,age T5 is 1:-" -sv 'Q ...J 'N'IQ,,,, 13543 is-.... 4, . N'?::1 ' gsa. TWYQ' 'QT' Pamela jane Roberts james XVilliam Robertson Linda Lee Rodges Robert NVade Rorrer Laura Ann Ross Larry Clinton Rumbley Itaska Gail Rutledge Mary Helen Salmons Calvin Seals Janice Ann Shreve Barbara Shropshire Mary Ann Shropshire Betty Naomi Silver Glenn Simpson, jr. Ann Smith Brenda Jane Smith Donnie Smith Richard Ivy Smith Rodney XVayne Snow Donna Kaye Stanley janet Celesta Stanley Ruth Stewart Leroy Sweeney Thelma Kay Swindell Alvin Taylor Burlmra Gail Taylor Holly lo Taylor Ann Thomas Robert Thomax Charles lidxxard Thompson june Thompaon Romonn june Tliompbon Nell Thornton Suann Elizabeth Tiller XVayne Tillie Tony Lee Tilley Jerry Xlhyne Trent Inna june Tullock Gloria Underwood Phyllis lime Underxx ood Lenora Yvonne Vick Bethel Green XYashburn Indy Frances Weaver Patricia Ann XVeatherlord Mary YVebb Thomas Lee XYebb Philip Edison Westbrook Amelia XVhitley xv .gun nl-' -cm 'S' V17 -...Y 'hr .im 'Xu' .gt av-ya.. QV' Dixie jean XVliitt john XVliitten Mary Ruth XYillarcl Ioan Francem NVilliamS Dewey XVilso11 ww Bryan Lee XYinn Carolyn XYoocl Virginia Evelyn Hood wx ,JT X fs. iqgi-vw Harry Lee XY1113' ,sm Carolyn Wright QQ.,- Cllarles Lewis Yarluorougli Edward Xllmrrcn Young uf? Douglas Young i-V Gloria Dean Young wwf" Patricia Boswell Yount 98 x '-I Q.. x - '-. S-r' -.nf-M5 '- "XVill it be finished in time ror graduation?" is the question in every seniors mind about the new auditorium that is being built. -13 - ' gil' "XYell, Sue, it was your last chance to be in a picture and you made it!" Mr. Honeycutt, you'd better watch that little man beside you or he might run out in front of a bus. 99 'iNIay I haxe everyones attention - please. XVell, Bliss French, we finally caught you unprepared xl V X X X SN if 7 F A -k,L i-.iigqfy -? '0.f1 '- "N f r rganiza tions VVhether you be a dancer or a scientist, a writer or a singer, there is a club for you. Morehead is proud of its Wide variety of organizations once the interest stimulated by the projects they carry on. The student who likes to argue finds his ultimatum in the Debate Club. For the students interested in reading and the finer things of life there is the Literary Club. The girl who likes to cook is happy in the Future Home- makers of America. For those who enjoy presiding in a classroom, the Future Teachers Club offers many opportunities. Then there are the two time-honored fixtures of the school, the National Honor Society and the Student Council. Each club has its pet project and its trips and activities. They combine having a good time with aiding the school and building a foundation for the future. Each one leaves its mark on the school and on the student and fumishes enough material for a lifetime of dreams. 100 :Er .NFWQ-,. 2 'Y' in 1-.-7555 JT... w,,.:.,,4 ,""r??f2ff I xg Y , b f-Af' .- , f My 'ff L , 5:5 J' -' ,S:a"af?:5 5' :P 5' ."wL5"f 1 .J 'Jw 'f frifrfif-:fl-1-C' f' WW ,,,,- A , .145 .-.--, ASQ? A .? ,.f 4, P-wffer ,J ,.:. , .gg .E'Pi?? . ' 114- A . . . 1 -l,-A., Wwhfffwwwwwafmwwf P V IO3 xllk. RASS: .Nw . -,-.N l M A l ti i is MM , at NIISS FAYE ROBERTS Sponsor of the National Honor Society. The National Honor Society officers greet the honor students at their annual tea. l Q mai! 1 i . 1 I 1 ' 1 i E .1 1 E JP ' Kflillwlfl. 1 11, :Sf rivf' . . ,U!zamaz'm, jam! T -1 ,i F fa ' 1 1 Vx' l 1 All was silent during the National Horror Society tapping ceremony. J mqwagmgfvmwf on y H THE OLD AND NEW MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Left to right: Patsy Hodges, NYally Hoehl, Carol Marlowe, Brenda Trent, Ann Morgan, Sylvia Roberson, Katie Edwards, Glenda Overhy, Marie Hopkins, .lan Thomas, Margaret Murphy, Anna Mae Gibson, Linda Meadows, Margaret Talbott, Hugh Anderson, Judy Biggs, Cail Iarrett, Marsha Stephens, Cale Rhodes, Loyd Dillon, Norris Ford, Neal Adams, Mary Cilley, Sammy Law, Carolyn Shropshire, Frank Silver, Mary Frances Hailey Shirley NVeadon, Becky Powell, Jerri Crowder, Steve Adams, Martha Alley, Elizabeth Martin, Margaret Arnall, Ann Matthews, Karen Sapp, Dal Gwynn. ', The National Honor Society members prepare for Career Day. V1 105 , x N: -...I H ,jg-h 5 ...-vga - A A ' Q . t , A - at X K ' Q.. ss ik ,j ,X ., js: 'K ,xulgsg-.,. m e - ,.. X .Q me . -S X : I- A1 tt s.. X ., ,S .1 505- ,e Kf',.w A N' . -. .. eh H is is .vw V .- 'r . .3 5'-A y . -XF-.L 23122 I A x . f 'f"ffE...mg lhlllgll ' Hard work is an important factor in the National Honor Society. .fe 'J , fW1:,,Mf 1 XXX! 'f N:-Qual 1 X"'N-- l i . 1-I GZ it . M. l Iackets are being sold by the Student Council for their many expenses. Left to Right: Allen Roberson, Norris Ford, jimmy Law, YVayne Hall, Raven Ellis, Karen Stultz, Loyd Dillon, Carol Marlowe, Karen Bouldin, Ian Thomas, joe Lindsay, lane Tullock, Mary Shropshire, Steve Adams, Sandra Proffitt, Dal Gwynn. Members of the Student Council ge new arm bands. ..- Members of the Student Council discuss plans for the various events of the current year. 106 I f I ' f Cjhawclfmqeam wg, A-f Si we G Q R Q wvfili S .. Q ,x "JN X - fE'4'y',:g'. -.5 " 'f ,Q-I i':ff':. ., 4153 he fa 15 -lx av g A S X" "'rY -4.5 -Q ,xxx F. 43 ,X 'v.' A.. .' Y 'ff lgi'xx. 2 sf: . ir sf-Rexx V: ima' v ague l l s QQ! 1 -fy r R 'SEQAX ei 14 -: g ,X Q v 4: gi if :ii A' Www? ' ' ' ff NIR NASSAR Faculty Adusor or the Sfllllffllf Cozlneil ff The capable president of the Student Council, Loyd Dillon speaks to tlie group. The officers of tlie Student Council discuss problems that have confronted tliem. Left to Right: Loyd Dillon, Allen Roberson, Carol Xlarlowe. Steve Adams. Zkdimefeacfzwd Zafizamam l RV- oun TION ?' ','1 " Hughie Anderson, Steve Adams, Tommy Rhodes, Sandra Proffitt. officers of Future Teachers, select their future schools. 1 ,ff l l l l l Gerald Meeks, member of Fu- ture Teachers, gets first-hand ex- perience in the class room. Elizabeth Mabes, Anne Morgan, Carolyn Shropshire, Ann Matthews, lean Johnson, Hortense McGeehee, Nancy VVHliams, Ruth Craig, Anna Mae Gibson, Beth Martin, our teachers of tomorrow. l l 108 l ' 43...-4f-3 X , rm, X s i, W X.. M .- t Ki f . - Il p , X V 3 sux- , Sl h ,I--ai ' ll 5 5 4 if ge-1 xt X , ni J n , l V i W . b , if ' 2 1 P: 7 ,.., ,, - ' ., P , I Nm' .-.I K -.I , .-,- ,L :ini E Q :mam ,- - , I - gg-'yr' I awww N , W , T T Careful plans are made for College Day when students will be able to talk to representatives of the prospective colleges. Left fo right: Clenda Overby, Sammy Law, Linda Price, Becky Powell, Ieralclene Crowder, Carolyn Alcorn, Doug Marlowe, Mary Cilley, Mary Frances Hailey, Carolyn Ritchie, Larry Funderbuck, Marsha Stephens, Margaret Talbott, Sylvia Robertson, Carol Marlowe. Mike Blackburn, Butch Carpenter, Brenda Trent, Future Teachers, sell stationery for their various expenses. .......4 , fear. ' T 'ANY ..,k V 'K I 1 ,wx kr -.,,... gi, gs-31 gl-X er ., fa, 53 5 MISS HOLT AND MRS. FERGUSON Faculty Advisors of Future Teachers of America. 109 3, . ix :M '.: - "mat, john Stone, Hortense McGeehee, Wallace Martin, Robert Iohnson, Bobby Har- rison, VVally Hoehl, Mary Frances Hailey discover the magic of radioactivity. "TT slam The thought that man must some day resort to the ocean for food runs through the minds ol Steve Adams, Dal Gwynn, Frank Silver I W xh- and Loyd Dillon as they look in wonder at the plant life in an .1 'f aquarium. ,, .i . 'ck' ,, it Although the rocket that Becky Powell, Philip Pulliam, Larry Funderhurk, Richard XVatkins, Frank Barron and Mary Cilley are firing seems playful at the pres- ent, the future will make it a reality. 110 MW I'-BEEN NMS'5 13585 Egxfktaikai fi :R Q , 3 if ,ff NI1 Nloigan. sponsor of the Science Club explains chemistry to the members Anne Morgan, Sunnny Law. Hugh A n cl e r s on , Kenny Hughes. llolin Xllallier and Homer Marslmll look into the complicated world of electronics. XZ' e em..fwwww,fmzMWWmWwzz4e 1 lj? 3 ,T , . ' ,V , w . I ,Y..., L I. , n,.x,.5, 4 K ---Y v " 1 V .frf-L. U X'-P-iid -rf' .Cf Q' 5 . as-as ram? '-NN , '- .' like ' -A sc 7' Betty lvie, Becky Powell, .Ianice Cilley and Ierri Crowder study the newspaper contracts. l NY A ,fs K1 , l A, fl A' Hfekr X?'x -Q37 1 112 Ji - I "E ' 1 'X ' 4- A Iamce G1lley Becky Powell Lmda 3 PIICG M1 Compton Glenda Overby zfmzwmgezmwsfag "It's all in u clafs work," say Betty Ivie, Linclu Price, M11 Comp- ton and Becky Powell as they close up for the day. ' as-MA' T fd ,- Y-W-Mrk "W M... li 'x ?-fi L l V 'C N Gv"'i "" as ff? Linda Price and Clencla Overlay. co-editors of the Clarion, proofread their paper. 1 jg rlllll C1,A111ox j?- y Hail lialgigv xlllll1'4l 4.5114-1-11 lfnr 1111.411 lb Si fr if il i . fillj' UP' If 2 nEXtl'2li Extrul Read all about it!" exclaim Glenda Overlw, Iaiiice Cillev and -Ierri Crowder as they give out newspapersi i 1 13 .M VYY- .,Q.w....a-::,:' 'rgaawz Liywii 1:"""F" 1 X. ',,, If' I 1 ' . ' W , -,lm-nf' Q xxx e....: ...r1?i!!!E t QR Q x X X GA 'A Q Nur' MISS PATRICIA HOLT Librarian in -we Myra F itzgerald, Becky Hall, Gloria Hondros, Io Ann Candle, Freda Cook, Iames Rigney, .Iudy johnson, make our library more attractive. -- ' 71 - f 5 Ll y S .' Q"':-. 'I .,-, ..,, . . k'- 1 , W ' ' P x ,.,. ,- "'i F r .,,,,...., 8- , 3 a , A -..-....M-.:-,,.,,,.v4---- --- ""'-"""' """',i mssggl SSS!!! EQ!!! 5- 5 Q .zu . A W ' M., 1 z a. Qmnnsxw' In a library hundreds of new books must he checked in and old ones mended. Left fo right: XV. Manual, XVeldon Cox, Deleigh Shropshire, Brenda Smith, Nora Roberts, Nell Dyer, Bonnie Dodson, Alva Flinchuin, Carol Iarrell, Shirley Fulp, Mildred Clnnnbley, Yvon Allen. Sue Harris, Frances Gilley. 114 he 51,9 Indy Biggs, Shirley XYeadon, Murtliu Fitzgerald, Sue Simpson, Karen Linda Price, Brenda Earles, Carolyn Ritchie, office assistants on duty. 115 hs Marie Hopkins, Pat Light, Ann Thomas. Sandra Allen, Linda Kennon. Bonnie Harris, BIelinda,Hale, .luniee Cilley, Gertrude Stew- art, Linda Cassell, pseudo-secretaries at Work. X ,nw X 11. A ' A 3,794 5 , Thompson, ' ' ' 3 1' . I Q., Ceylon Martin, Patsy Hodges. Linda Nlericluws, prepare the daily ahsentee sheet. S 1.5 Z' ' v, . I '. ev! I - ku if - PM w fix .4 55 E .. :X 1? Y 513' Our fine glee club has hrightened many of our programs at Morehead High School. Their lovely music and Song has livened our dull days when we heard them practicing in the hand room. Much hard work goes into their performances and Klr. Best has done a wonderful job in directing them. They certainly have a shining future. Luft fo Right: Gail Fagge. Bonnie Price. Carol Pulliam. Harriet Stack, Bonnie Harris. Kay Price, Vicki Hop- pcr. Lucy Crogan, Melinda Hale, Becky Gilley, Nadine Cilley. Gail XYashhurn, lane Tullock, Becky Powell, Karen Dm-Hart, Cindy Ratlirl, Lihliy Ford, Karen Boulclin, Pat Yount. Brenda Trent, Brenda Young, Sandra Burgart, Ann Bowers. Nlartha Alley, Kay XVoody, Mary Cillcy, leannine Croddock. Shirley NVeadon, Mike Stanlcy, Larry Kendrick, Toliy Almond, ,loc Craft, Buzz Cilley, jimmy Fair, Iiuncs Funderlauclc, Doug Mar- lowe, Haven Ellix. Cody Boyd, Nlikc Priddy, Len Griffin, Ronald Evans, Robert Johnson, I. XY. Manuel, I. P. Barton. Cl, L. Kerley. 116 it it W2 Wah mfhw Qfee QM any 1- . ,J . mg... A , , Q " ' ' L --N ' - N--N A In v' A '.l m QD, .mn-Q... : Clee Club takes practice, practice, practice, if it is to mature to its fullest. Each member realizes this and, as pictured here, works hard under Mr. D. Best. their director. 3 -' , N, . ga, . I J- . ,.'..' ' ' I I : E-6" J -Q. 1.-,,.,..g! I V+ 1 -I f .sip .ml , 11:1 ' 'JJ 'Q , Rt I as fi Sf Ni sf Q V+ . Q 3 tg The Clee Club OH:lC6l'S,' Lucy Crogan, .Iames Funderbuck, XY. Manuel, Shirley XVeadon. and Cail Faggc, discuss the new music they are to sing. 117 A in 'Il' Y Mr. Duane Best, director, has done a beautiful job with the chorus group. His marvelous ability to perfect the music and song of the Morclicacl High School Clee Club has added much tu thc school and community activities. ln the above picture he is shown directing the club. ,I IA' ' . , 1. if 5 'N -. AM X, . x 1 X A-ww XX V ,El .. . -.,,,,-qt I -up gsu 5 3 lgeik - '- H -N' ,..k,i, l x I i .- .X . 0 ., -- Q . I ' .',. IH, ,ps . -Sv . iii...-.Rai '-'- ' " I, ' - , S q t inf ' ' 'faI,g3"x , ,. Cl f' . L' . - Aff , lim' ' r ' Fi .- W., ,ff . -K, it -5- Q - ,.p-... . , .MQW , ai K ' 5 "S ,J . ii - '..' " - Q - Ii Vi" . Er.,--1 LFS 4' S - ' .IK -'f " .. sr' -af. Q -,, 1- .. '- ." ' 4' f .i -' .Q 4 Q- . . 4- ,.. . r g,,Q--.4-.nam -uw iv -s.,..,, 1, . ,. .1 , , fit.: .N - q sgf ff? W' A - -i . f . . V X f . .t Iii' l' ' ""'-:AN 5 ' l --.' . QV ' llla-i "i1'12::af, -511325-'ii' ' 'r -H 'ifZl"i2'.- A 1-.1 9 ' .- s f 5 , - , . 5-A pl--5 5 : W Q 'K -Q .li .sax ' f s g s - ' ' X .E "T, P 1-fjjks X' Q, 3:4 , Q an ., ..t-.-....-..-.-.......-...- .V ,.,K . , . . - l -:E-gi , ' K 1,1 ' ,- , -h -' il N ' I' if an 14? Q-.g i Q, 7, ' ,ix N rt? , ', - , 1 1. X t . L l .---"":i ,--5 X1 XVithout our fine pep band many of the pep rallies would have been much less spirited. 118 The Concert Band has added dig- nity to our school. Everyone has en- joyed the beautiful music at the C h r i s t m a s and Spring Concert. Every senior will remember the ine performance at graduation. Front How, Left to Right: Katie Howe, Carlotta Duckett, Mary Cilley, Corkie An- derson, Mary Anne Hairston, Elaine Pres- ley, Sandra Carter, Karen Mize, Ronda Profliit, Barbara Frank. Second Row: Mary Hailey, Barbara De- XVolfe, Larry Baulding, Indy East, Nancy Morgan, Betty Silver, Mary jane Stephens, XVayne Rakestraw, Anne Morgan, Thelma Kay Swindell, Priscilla Smith, Dian Cook. Third Row: Patty Patterson, Judy Comp- ton, Carolyn Nance, XVade Rorrer, Rickie Manuel, James Smith, Bill Barham, Law- rence Nlfilson, jimmy Law, Neal Adams, Stuart Shough, Virginia XVood, Ronald Slaughter, Melvin Harmon, Toby Almond, Paul Thompson, Kenneth Lemons, Charles Joyce. Fourth Row: Jimmy Talbott, Harrison lVhite. Barry Bateman, Sammy YVilmoth, XVeldon Cox, G. L. Kerley. The band oHicers, Toby Almond, Presi- dent, jimmy Law, Vice President: Katie Howe, Secretary, Neal Adams, Treas- urer, and Ronda Profiit, Librarian, sit on the steps of the gym after band rehearsal. .f ' am Jan! ,-5" - ,. - "J ' 1 fzlv. Q 'L , Z - .g f ' ' TTI I 4 " ,,, '.A'VX q Q' I ix- Y- A ur as l imi ' Q33 1 Q 'Q' Q . 4 - U, M if' w 'N ui ' 3' K. l Qi i -.JQQ 'V i i ij ,Z Q ' it . .Q , ,,, xi' .QR '-Q!' uH! 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QNQXJQLQ-g.'.54, .cl Q it '35 , M: Nd . av fi A .M tx- . --' wg- 1 arts 'f- :3.Ssr,:c -iw in . .bi 359,453 wig if -gg, , ' - .- ' 'gQ, AQ I'-Qs , , x-ww ' 'L Jvfi, 5315: irffj...-1-i.+ By' K -fir:-1 -' " f "im .. Q 'if' - ,Q ,Q , ,..,. X ..Q,.t,t .M qxs 4: c .'f'fes1Siii?-5 x X--2 t 'Sl i "' '-Iiffygi-r..-'-my cs X c . 2- -T M., g..Q-- - Q - I- lp.-f - K' N - we Q -..-R , f f Mr. Fleming, director of the band, is it very capable director. Under his direc- tion the band has improved greatly both on the field marching, and as il concert band. Mr. Fleming spends hour after hour working with the various parts of the hand and hy this effort he has made the band an outstanding organization at Morehead High School. vs :gg I i :QQ emu., r I Y' I , .. -g A ff Q' ,i ,J , ' P, QQ . Y QLvg.L.Cw-K--5-git: 'z-, Exe 1111 ,wig .uv 1, '- ' f Q" -, '. Q . Q ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " T . Tiki'-""'7A WTTTTT i..5'3-v-+577 ""1i.:V " 1--v 'ig tif: .sl "jf,L,,',J, V ' ,T-1, ' ' . ' . ' .- -4 'A235' . 3Mf"'7N9"if.-f. 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Q x pQ , -Af ' I y' fs., 'HQ' Q Q " -cf Q, , ' Q V, 4 - 0 - . ' ' ' ', . n" , L, pf V ' Q Q' " "X , " 3' , - , Q , ,-,5.. 1 ,, .nb 4' Q .,'2g,vf. -.oN M.. v X . - 4 I-Y .-.Q, .. f , Q Q . ' " ' H -,. 41 5 4 If , ' . " ' . r, The Nloieliencl High School hund has taken ri hig step forxx'gu'cl hy ridding precision drills. The hand perfornied at the state tzur, the Christmas Particle, and Band Day. Uk- are very proud to liuvc such in superior hand at our school. 119 'S 1 vw QM' .I 'NX i , t - is. , -R - Y ' - 'kr ' f K ,pn ,ag-A K X 4 U 'TZ . ' . 1 '4 ,:, , I an .II .. . A - t ' "1j.,,- I KR , 1' , Wim!!! ka i. sz, V. .L .sl ,-lv,.f1,,, .4,:,, 5:54 . ' "FQ ' X- ,Y Jjlf. F4 ,g ,rig - B '-f,w,,- -913, 4: .,,, +51 sf., -, .fav--,r v f- 4 . -- ' --,WI . fwfr ' . V 1 ew:-f - ff,f-swf , s i 35731 ,g,'i'ii, -1-iff'E'5f'?Z-fi::J "" f -,. . ,jimi-9 ,F"'S1: -23t.14I'iLw'Sf',,2,1'K'Qs,i"42'1'+?if,'5 ' "iw 5, 'sig-, , ,333 4 33' -'Q gsdtef.: gf, ,-4.2 gt' ,V - gui., V, ,?,.c?,E.:vl Q it I , ,...,P4,.43l'.x.f ,., 'iq -VN.A,,A'x:5h un, 1-,Cb , Q xfkwf? ft .mazfas -Zmstggf. ' -mf . -3 . VVhat Is It? It is the five majorettes of the Morehead Band, under "Practice makes perfect" the direction of Betty Banks, twirling fire batons at the More- head Homecoming Game. 25' , , ,mai 'afzeam Betty Banks Beth Lamar Sandra Proffitt Vicki Anderson Hughie Anderson Chief 120 -f-1' .,, s ' Hifi, Q5 rl- '- -. 1'-as 4, . -vL E Q . ,i . ,Q I ' 'A ri l'ii'ii'i'ilrr rx rr- ff in mm, f A A Wai' A A - qw 'if .1 4 V V,-it ' hi . J ." sv. ... ' - " ' i' . ..,,i,,if+f1'f 'ri 3 1: Q 2 il lim Q fl!? 'F gig- glial LU' A . ' H. Z . ,gi t fi ? - Pr , cf '71 ' 'l".5Vsb1'.s'J , 4 X, A fnnrr1-' - r . -A . , ' - Leading the Band, Toby salutes the future uk one, 61 two. ck tllreelu Toby Almond, our drum major, who Homeg-Qming Queen plans to major in music. gets pmc-tice in directing. , mba and Sue Simpson Carol .Iarrell Carolyn Alcorn Toby Almond Color Guard Color Guard Color Guard Drum Major ii D Q: pg '- ., ,J ,, I, -,, A : -"1-1 "MJ, -rv . , v- , xp- "' N -f . 5- ' - -we 1 rf? , ff riff T- J -1 lif.-5' '- , ' A N . ' f GW . f ' A - 'Pj -V 'QT 4' .155-f in-A ' ' ,, is z f 14 7 ' A A 7' . I , un, 121 , ,,- 1 -,lf , , ,,,,, , s rg S 'f .U -M 5. A :S:3:e.sf' 55:2 '- 2 .. I s,i.f"2'2 3 ' vfffv f ,-4:-. f 5-.ff 1.2 V' r 42' "Fi ffif ,Q-T' ,a ff , '- -ff' 3221? 'f 'E 2157 "jf 'f y 912 V 'g'gjgg5153if1:,:5ig.'.' ji - A .Ir ,gfef .fqflkfi 14 , " . Z... T mf -ZEN?" 'Q "' " .i.1'Z'.5.1' 11-'f' ' ' X 51 . r - ' . 'I':?Q- lff. ' ' if f ' 4' ffl? ff ff 5 A , f A f f 5 ff rffzi? ' - Q .N , 1 . . -"' A ' ' 1 - ff ' f - - .1 W fi., ' ' 1 f' 19. - - f ' "1" "'AQ .. is re' v-faq l xx. , .,,. A 1-'f-:z.::z5552:s:i5z:.:' .1 ff J 'ff -2 1555 A " '- 25 1 'Z' -"2 "1 ,,TfEeE"::::4.'5. j 4 5 V :kg ,.,. 4, ..,., 1 E.: 1' A ' ' , . 5 A mir 'N ' Q. . LL- so J 4 3 ,' 'lg .61 EM 'W I -4-:ar-G32 As the F. H. A. members work on dolls, they think how happy someone will be at Christmas. 1. wx A ..v"' M WSH x 1 v ' +4 ,ak- 'F 2 ,,,.,, ,AW ln-'V W 3- 'Xxx XM ww fm We .Q . . . ix.. -'EL - 1 ...Gil , 8 122 Faculty E X XNXX .SSS-.Q.MI.-.-Q-as-. :"'-M---W-M..-Af... -. HT, 'i.i.,,,.- . .,....,. ...M Q AZ aqua.. :i .4-.,.,f 'Viviun 1 ' ,. ' .l:gu-Q dl 1 'gf-T! -is J... xx 5- . . Ai eq: Q -...AWK is ,. Carol Marlowe, Linda Kennon, Mary Gil- ley and Anne Soyars work on the scrap book for F. H. A. MISS DIXON Advisor for the Future.H0menmkers of America. Zaaemapeech remix emma f - , I ... I . ,I 1, ' 11.791 lb . 5 f lf sri Ji, 1 Q N Q fs , ,'. .-flggwiixe A' it ' Y if X Public speaking is much more than just speech writing as lane Kirby, Kenneth 1 -Xtlvins, Carol Marlowe and Gail Fagge discover xvhile reading Ease in Speech. J y I r fs ff , s 4' ssssn i l -. , 3 , V i LV l V, A - - may My J 47 W v 1 5 F4 in , N4 K J ' Q i X5 bn! I x ' Al " fl: L' . ff JL 7 A is . f , ,L-J fy w T - "Now don't uote me on thisl' faeulty advisor Lof theLPuhlic Speaking Club. if 4 5 -J A IM, N "Practice in speech is the only way to improve," plane Kirby tells Tommy Cox, Kenny Atkins, Gail Fagge, Faye Higgs, Carol Blar- lowe, Indy Stegall, Dennis Purdy, lohn XValker, Brenda Foley and Bobby Fagge. 123 q savs Mr. Raleigh Biqqerstai, li Mike VVil1ard does part-time work as do all the Distributive Education students. 'QQ MR. DOUGLAS COMPTON Faculty advisor and teacher of 5 Our future business men and wom- en, the Distributive Education stu- dents. f' NNN fi 1 ' R , ,A xxx X, ' . 124 X ., Q... ,l PM - N pail qlhxv b b Q NIR. CARROLL RABON Faculty advisor of thc Bus Drivers. Tlrisbus rffpresents the many fine buses that transport pupils each clay. Bus books arc cluc-and so urv tlru pay checks. Loft to right: P. Barton. XY. Nlanuel. Faison Price. Roger Nloorelcreld. Doug 'Willard Ted lllrtkins, L111'l'f' Pratt Tommy leffersou, Buzz Cilley. ,,.:-A--: 4 - 125 EES ' X r HR- K 1 X Our capable bus tlriwrs. I. XY. Nlnmwl. Rouallcl Roberson. blimmy Brooks, Larry Pratt. Buzz Cilley. ,lov Hopkins. lolm lYallxc1'. Ricllarcl Xllrtkills. P. Burton. Faison Prius. Rogvr Nloorvficlcl, Tommy' lcgorsou. Teil NYg1tl4i11S. Douglas NYillurcl. limmy Horror, 'Q-'wwngwzxttwfr 'me The Aesthetes enjoy discussing various literature. Left to right: Karen Bouldin, Frank Silver, Mar- tha Alley, Steve Adams, Kenny Atkins, Carolyn Alcom. 4.15 MR. RALEIGH BIGGERSTAFF Faculty nduisor Gerald Meeks leads an interesting discussion on a selected book. Left to right: Allen Roberson, Margaret Arnall, Ronnie Foster, Kenny Land, -Ian Thomas, Becky Powell, Loyd Dillon, Nancy NVilliams, Elizabeth Mabes, Gerald Meeks CSpeakerD, Frank VValker, Ann Matthews, Norris Ford, Karen Sapp, Mary Gilley, Frank Barron, Hortense McGehee, Barbara Frank, Ioe Lindsay. 1 4 M 'N QP f . 51 . gas Members of the Aesthetes select various books to be discussed. Left to right: Barbara Frank, Ann Matthews, Mary Gilley, Karen Sapp, Loyd Dillon, -Ioe Lindsay, Ronnie Foster, Kenny Land, .Ian Thomas. 126 4ywMWzW,aI,MfWzaaa:fa Rx 'ff .- :Ei e " .,,,.. I A , 'Q' . 'l ialfr' P' - l v., -,?g'f.'e9 I w 5' A I I X 5 J f -1 . -'Q - , ' .X 413358, - x I 'SSN - ' " W xl- A - ff I.. X W '- f XX If Q' ' mayo 'wi' ' I , , 'f R I J X TX. .A : E ax' Y i. I To :B 1 ', XR ,g .gfgga ,fox x, Q, it E 3.5 5 . ,. ' Qffmigslkj Q" N. if I 1 S" 4 3 I I I I I I X . pg? The Concession stand workers are always ready to serve something liot or Cold at the football games. 12 A L AI, gn , The football fans appreciate and enjoy the good serxice K i . . ' during the lialf-time at the Concession stand. , pg .Q-Q.. W X X! Ti 1 Q is .jlj 5. X If --WWF - ' 5' .-"ft--QYLZ ' rv-1 . -, 'NW N . Eisfffse , -if ' Ns...- NIR. ODELL NASSAR Supervisor of concession stand workers 7 7 mmq, , Jaadrzq, ancf, Planning an annual is a complicated job. Left to right: judv Biggs, Kenny Land, Sue ,Simpson, Hugh Anderson, Members of the Annual Staff check student pictures. Cad Iarrett Larrv BOWE- Left to right: Ga1l Iarrett, Sue Simpson, Pete Simpson, Ronda Proffitt. ,"A fe-"""" The business staff struggles with finances. Left to right: Shirley XVead0n, Ioey Talhert, Linda Price, Clarence Rodgers, Mary Gilley, Mickey Cochran. HUGH ANDERSON Editor QIUDY BICCS i Business Manager I I 4 , l. offlheawwaaf lil lliii Q MRS. IOAN G. CITTY Annual Sponsor ,-f is The Hrst hard job in the publishing of an annual is the selling of advertisements. Left to right: Vicki Hopper, Butch Carpenter, Becky Powell, Brenda Collins, XV. Manuel, Thelma Swindell, Sylvia Roberson. l959 Good typists are always necessary. Left to right: Nell Dyer, Gloria Gauldin, chief typistsg Patsy Hodges. Linda Mead- ows, Ceylon Martin. K '-Q, lx A . 4 , ,,,.,.?- lffjiffwg' "' Y . . .Arr 1 " L,,,,,"40"..,Qf-"'-Q..--w-"" , , .. .. ..-a.as.aM,...., ,,.,: N. -C e,s, ,,.,r, i.. " .V ..a . 5 .T -- X N ,. . . --" lr H: 5 5, ' V 'lt -V ,ag Money for student pictures came in with much Confusion I f I W: A - P i Q and required hard work to make it tally. P. Barton, , a' Q 'Af-f' -Q 'effb Beth Young, Gerald Meeks, Lucy Grogan, Linda Camp- A - s ,li gg 7' bell, Carolyn Shropshire. l .v I X , Q "" .Q ' . + X fkigj X 'ii41fx, o af' , 4 SW X i r mfg! A P ' i I 129 E Q i ..4, ' ' ,-- x 'ji A1" Y! V J Fu-iiif f - A v V if C 31 . X, .' 2 lui I 'xxx A V .2 ' . V l V J ' '-"q . -1 41 4 , X ff' 'V '32-ia, : X - .jf Q ' ffl: r, - 9 ' 'WGS -' - - Q 3 -r - Athletic Brrr! The autumn wind stings our nose and bites our toes, but the loyal Morehead fans are always there in the stadium on Friday night. Of course the cheers may be a little muffled from the layers of blankets in which everyone is encased, but a more enthusiastic group of Eskimos youyve never seen. Naturally we fans are more jubilant if the vitcory is for More- head, but whether the Panthers meet triumph or disaster, We still retain our pride in the knowing that they gave their best and made it a fair Hght. Along with the sound of sleighbells and the smell of pine boughs comes the basketball season. All we want for Christmas is the championship, and we try to get our letters to Santa off early. The scene for this sport moves to the gymnasium, and the bleachers are filled with cheering students. Cries, of, "Go Morehead!" pervade the air and of course, our peppy cheer- leaders are there to spur us on. After we've waded through mid-term exams, and everyone is begin- ning to catch spring fever, out come the bats and balls, and it's off to the baseball Held. Now the boys must take more exercises, for swinging a bat and hurling a baseball require a new and different set of muscles. YVe note with pride that the Panthers of Morehead are quite versatile. YVe find them in the football stadium, on the basketball court. and on the baseball field. The names and faces of the players and fans change some- what from year to year, but one thing never changes, that old sense of fair play and team spirit known as good sportsmanship which continues throughout every class at Morehead. 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' .sf-,,,'-.,: , .1 ,ww 1 . :'f,u',4,f,, 5? , .4 -Z ,gn- l 1 Q 1 'F' JK 11, 1 , 3 savvy 5 M' ??fR73gwMf in ': I- ,1 .N , A ' 6.8-f'29'n'5lA5-guilt. 9 gf-'31 Left to Right: Len Criffeth, Dickie XVoods, Richard Clark, XValter johnson, jimmy Criflln, Ioe Slierwoocl, Alerry Reece, XVayne Noles, Dal Gwynn, Donnie XVall, .Ioey Tolbert, Pete Simpson, Ken- ny Robertson, Clarence Rogers, Russell Hatcher, Buzz Cilley. u 134 1960 Football ra.-4 uv H - in-I Q-', wg. . 5' 'Ts f EQ." D' 1V ,. L'-1-'- ,livin nv.. .. ' PP, 5. rv F- 'ff Q '5- U 25- A ,1 fwwegf if In 4 , inf , fp. I . .2 W 1 .X -'g'fi'i.,'1-?Q5.'-7-vile?'Q 'fy . T . W., ,f , Y' Ni K' bk i? xii :te -'I . if A:hJ.,tq5.'f3 s,,'l.,:'i.tWk LS' .th ,YF kk .. ixvsal? Ms. Agiffigga Q .-4 . 7,-, E .U .X -,:f.',,,,r5t'8'.f,'-f. ,ug-ff, .f welrmg ,, - H 1.7115 "S 'L 'Q' ' fd' ' 'V Rn' K .' 'fi-if . fx K ' ..f.-L'L'Tf:"',ff -.' wwf: if f""' - 1 .u .,,,g-W'-Q, Q v ?9f,,g.,-e' i,f4,,,4:u.fxg5 ,Life gi, A 1 ff. L- -2 . Liz, 1,- PA ' sg- -A'-xi.ili'zP.1' ".1.. A. ffg'if,fm..,:'f-,f 312. .f"'.'.p1 Left to Right: David Holmes, Doug Young. Billy Duc-kett, Bailey Pratt, Kenny Hughes, jimmy Burnette, Eddie Butler, Lonnie Clark, Henry Mitchell, Ed Hunt, Cornelius Howlett. Xlike llutcli- erson, Carl Crohs, Tony Tilley, Larry Funderburk. 135 fx' A 5189 as Ex Q p 'e rf' - J 'I JI: W' 4, , .161 "Ka " ffr. ,L 4, i .V ,. -Q, ,. Q 1' ,av ,Ur . f"+i.-' , "5 av' -if 'git' ' " S 1 I V 5, VP ,V,. S 'i ' 1 :il -fl ' ff' .wr 2 .V 5. . 4 ,Qs - '14 ' . R34 A' :vi af ' ' g 1, ,'A 7 ,Q jf, -in-use ., .,,, , r . s ' ax: n 1 , 'G 'Q i 2 K LRK 'Vx " xr .fl I , Sr 1, '31 air 'X I I 4 .Kiwi R iz W 5.5: , , ., . - ' 1 'gm ,ai m , W5 instructs players in the coaching, the boys have won many victories and when the games were lost each player showed he had learned a lesson in good sportsmanship. Mr. Honeycutt, our very capable head coach, fundamentals of football. XVith his excellent at .r 5-.. S ,at sa- , .- .xv WM. .. 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' fx 4 Mr. Price, another of the assist- ant coaches, instructs players in the technique of blocking. 136 1 1 ,vw , 1 Q - QS W -WJ "R RTN- lg ,-CX-S5 X 2 Q I .X . M , ..,,,., . Qsvvxsiitr fy em- 'e fiiifcv 1333314 Aw- , ' ' XJ ' 2 :ear -9:5557 fig vw-' :z'.. sv u .. ,,Q:12yf.as43yrs5 . I f XQZQ7. . ' ' f??4"4i-?7?5',f'f"ll Q ,. ., gwq, 3, - . - fs . va -5'fyf'1'twf 'W .. X: X-migahxvf . s s-fu ws,g.e'3fN, - A at j, fg.,qs+-mg x.--asia ,- - , 4-' ,. Q-1 K -wa fs, he 1 e 1' i, 5 7 is ' Q- .. -are gkfiifgm el? 2 3 sw 1 A -22:1 H' ,.,'?::' - fl'-'5fVl4gfi5f?-lf: - 1 haf-fs +'-feaiwii-s-fre. - .Q . 1 - ,D blfsil .fkfv 65:13-5'i51-S' Mr. Wilkes, assistant coach, con- templates a new "play" to aid in future games. l lf P 'r EJXKJ-2 ,A . 1 X,-4236 31.M2'.s-L-msnmf-vw? , ,Y ' ' x l K 'T fx?-lx ,-14 :X ,', ' .M ,Q K - , G5 Q 'M' ','f.!.g'8R s F,-ge, , is r' --' , -, . ,J 5. KV wgf lk. 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'fb 21-5 "H-W 5f7iSw'5L'w Q fe -- , -- -"5-25 -a'-'- I 1 -gym ',-1 .aw 3. - , .p . ., '-f l A ,--,gf .vga -if +,.- 1- ,. -az:-Q, -V., . -.,..a.:. :.' N- . L'-Z?'G+'5ev?-99S':?'4 - Q 7'-lib 132' .V 521-.-2-i:f3F51e.3rffi:if-.f-..-..-Q fa'-fs 14.-I" 'A :gP.,...54.4f" Eafin-'iifhtf ? '- 'E' ' my 1' 'N"i15'c'-"'9'5'5ti STL?" 'iwil'-' f- f,-g,--,:.- -- - S- re-may . -X - . f-3, -s, aw,:Y.1kvl1.5KLi'? Y- . 4: gi' qu- . uir:gi'C,,,r: .fa MSQQ-.3-gkgr. xx- 6. 1 1' 51 , ,-3 -5,-, 1... 1. - N 1 'I ,h Z.: , I. Q 5-. -1'-. ,A".Qk-'-fu' 3. ,L -' hx ax' -- :1.a?---2f-s.- wi- 4 fi 41- - - -1:-. af 22-w-Si-'--.--.J 'X- " ," "y'3"'f "'lf"fi AP' QP - zu -we " -f' -Vs-'Q 'f 'x-3':'wY"4Jw- 'W Fw' A' .--' gf:-11, A 5--M Q4.gl--,g,.1g2TS:f.-.,-2.-,gk I 'img A -X. , 1 ,, :df-. al',M-:,1, , ' ,, . -1-A4 .1 f-...A if-.eg - h 1 , - - To produce this picture took only L1 fraction of the many hours the players actually spent on the practice Held. 137 e i We or A Q - :wr " ' Yfweffff x.-'.Z e .. '5,'. -, -.1 A 1 . , -xglr: v . . Q . f , .9 7' " . .,..,. i s I ' J X 11? Tl f 1 1555- ' if ..--5112-3353: ' s X N + 'Q , I, A F ,jg af - - NORTHWEST 9 3 - c' w The Hrst game of the season for the Panthers ended m a 6-6 dead- ' 3 HY lock. Dal Gwynn scored and plaved an outstanding game. The Panth- ' x N 1:5 ' . ' L i ers threatened several times but could not seem to score. iffif? X ai: 335515: - : tiff fsw1'30 I ." N Q Q' Y .QQ-. , an DAL GWYNN gm E ,J 1 W' ASHEBORO Our boys played their very best game against Asheboro. In the Hrst uarter Morehead scored seven and Asheboro scored onlv six 1' I C1 , in the last of the third quarter. Until the last quarter we held a one- - 5? final score S-7. Ioey Tolbert played an outstanding game to help the Panthers. A X F IOEY TOLBERT A, V,A. ppppvl I ,,Q, .:,i,. ,.. . wpbq V. I . , - P' B UZZ GILLEY is - 1-, . , 45 119 y . at 2 . , , 1 is l p 6 . gi? X f W' MARTINSVILLE A game we do not like to mention was with the Martinsville Bull- dogs. On September 9, the Bulldogs came to our stadium and won the game 18-6. Buzz Gilley did some good playing to aid lim Griffin in the 27-yard touchdown. l ,,-ww .-' ' ' 138 point lead, then Asheboro scored two points for a safety making the A 0f'60,m2ifLiZfcwqh , REIDSVILLE ' Everyone waits anxiously each year for the game with the Colden Lions ot Reidsville, our biggest rival. This year we all went to the game hoping to gain a victory. tor our Panthers. realizing our wishes. fought with all their might to was praised for his fine playing. l 3-Tr -1 V: ' 1496.1 +V-a HY -Yv,,,....,-. T---r- '11, - . . TT 1 r' 'Y 1- 'rf T .W X mm! m 9 ,. Q, ,.,.. XV AYN E WOLES BESSEMER Playing a hard game at Morehead Stadium against Bessemer, the Panthers were ahle to end the game with a win of 6-0. The Panthers scored in the last two minutes of the game. Dal Cwvnn was the one who broke through the line and made the touchdown. win the game 13-T. Clarence Rogers .W J, H3651 ' CLARENCE ROGERS PACE October 7 was to be an exciting day at Morehead. The Home- coming Parade was long and exciting. hut evidentlv it was too much for our boys. The game with a score of 13-0 in favor of Page put everv- one in a sad mood. hut the Homecoming dance tended to give the dav a happy ending. XYavne Noles and Russell Hatcher were doing their best to score hut Page would not give them a Chance. i aww. , ,gigs i F , , A K... V .Q .. Y. -J, -. ri, 'f A ' "vm, I ' , nlps N 139 1 W - ,i-1. if . filg.. A f luv. '. A . i I ' ' ' Qui Q5n9ssisf1vl'J2 ,...,,..,.,.,.. ,, T. - ,.. , .,.. V- 1 1. LARRY FUNDERBURK DANVILLE Halloween came on October 28 at Danville to the Panthers, for George lllashington High School pulled all the tricks to win 21-0. Cornelius Howlett was in there for Morehead to the end. MOUNT AIRY The Panthers played one of the best games of the season against Mount Airy. Larry Funderburk aided Buzz Gilley in holding the Bears scoreless, while the Panthers rolled up 19 points. 131 X A 'Tam ig Q ri A CORNELIUS HOXVLETT GRAY The last game of the season saw the Panthers go down to defeat. The Greyhounds were too much for the Panthers. The score ended 45-7, With Ken Robertson,s touchdown to aid Morehead. I 140 i 'Ib gg W l l i l l l l l l l Zum 1 f lf i lt. . X X. ' x X r as ...fa-V, Q iw N. "1 ' X GAIL FAGGE Chief Cheerleader Marie Ferguson, Susan Tiller, Patricia Yount, Barbara Lee, Anne Smith, Gloria Young, the Iunior Varsity cheerleaders, enact a cheer under the leadership of Karen Mize, chief Cheerleader. MISS FLANAGAN Cheerleader Advisor Left to -Right Karen Bouldin, Carol Marlowe, Nancy Scales, Brenda Collins, Gail Shelton, Martha Alley, .Ian Thomas, Mary Gilley. 141 KENNY LAND DOUG BIARLOXVE 1 if -15 CI, 'zz- ll ,X Q if? ll 7 224 Ol J ! A A4 , ,. , Q.. , , x F, ' 5 ' X ' 1 X ' , , , Q I, viii' , v -.1 Billy Duckett. XVayne Hall, Ed Hunt, Doug Marlowe, Dwight Manuel. 142 Sw: ' -,.x.a.... KL I' IE? . Q ., 0 1 2 fn -' I so Mf 4Q4 21 4 Q BUTCII CARPENTER Tom' Tillev, Russell Hatchell Kenhy Land, Billy Barrett. Don- nie XYall. 143 Mr. Max Rhodes, coach of Morehead Black Panthers, instructs a player in the fundamentals of basketball. Coach Rhodes works diligently with the players each afternoon of the week preparing them for the games each Tuesday and Friday night. New Nlr. I. C. Honeycutt, coach of the Morehead Iunior SHERMAN HOLT, Manager of the Teams Varsity team, has led thc team to many victories. He has worked with the team and instructed thcm wcll in thc principles of haskcthall. 1-14 -S V vu, -1 : ia, X Lf., V: xv. 1 f Ft-" , , , qx X.1 The Morehead Ill11iOl'X7HI'Sityt66:lH12 fL0ff to right, buck row? Billy Barrett. Tommy Murphy. Bryan VVinn, Kenny Barrett, Lester Lunsford. fFront rou'D: Freddy Ilia-ks. Doug Young, NYade Rorrer, Nlarvin Brincefield, Dock Cilley. Excitement for all as Kenny Land goes up for a Boys on the Innior Varsity team practice for a rebound in a tense moment during the game. coming game. in 145 l77""' Although the other team gets the ball and tries to run to score, they seldom get far when a Black Panther steps in for the tackle. Russel Hatcher, jumping high, keeps the ball out of the reach of the Bassett team. Billy Duc-kett secures the ball amid a mass of grasping hands to gain the ball for Morehead. ' -- '2 -'fm - "U 71 iff' fx 5N."1'ex: Y 'P .L, -1- -f X .- Q 3.6 Fast and agile players form the Morehead team. To prove this fact number 66, Russell Hatcher, out runs the opposing team to gain the much needed yardage. 146 l H. ,J , A ,Av-." Q-'I Action! Action! This rnuy seein like just a tussel hut the Black Panthers ure struggling tor another victory. LrBf55wif . or XII. C. Honeycutt explains the goocl and had points of the first half of the game and shows them the way to victory. Although guine shots are exciting none realize the hours of unexciting uncl lmrcl practice that lie hehincl each one. 147 10 . . - .-Xinitl cheering crowds Kenny Land goes up tor ii rebound us the other players inove in for action. Tony Tilley jumps with an opposing player to se- cu1'e the ball for the Black Panthers. S hill 4 r 5 xxx MH , J' suxflflfb i X yn N bill f P 'Vic Q X 3 l " 0 W I zz 'N K x 2 'AL XY 7 .E"'1'f-V215-24".....w,'T' f ,....., Features Through the silver mist of our dreams float the strains of "Star Dust" and the memories of those we held most dear. As the purple dusk of twilight time steals across the meadows of our hearts, we realize that those golden days have flown, but we are not left with merely a faded memory, but a gallery of real "stars, to help us recall our dreams. These are our classmates whose friendly manner, leadership ability, and sterling Character won our respect and admiration, and forever placed them on a pedestal in our hearts. Though we can never turn back the calendar, we may still enjoy in retrospect our associations with these people. 148 Q K 'ff J v 5 lf, in .iw ff! ,. ,Ez n-. a vii, .cf .ii M ,I 4, I. ,OP R ,wr , , 11 N 4 L. A 4 v ,J WHS' 'J' L 1 , J ff? M i I I , , . E, KSQJS' T-1!'2s2aT1'E' V . .f -Hi ? -,-'j"'wg f,.zmZy,' -Ps.-R1-2--v V' : mei-wi-V H 7311 . Wim? nw'-ff' , ' A Aff: , fm' ., J, , fdgh ff fxfdi-141' 1 -' if ' :G4ea+1fwff.g: - N ah- 4 Qfviiatfvm' , a- V, V IH' ' .u3g735f,fe- ,agj V .QQ ' ' 15? -, 1'-1. - sf 'u WL:-iffgg ' mb 1 1. f l n 'T-'W' - W 4 -A N .. Semor Rcpresentat1ves ' IUDITH BIGGS AND IOE LINDSAY wmv mfwllwdiw 'XM 310+ pw ' ' 'N W -M zzwm- Nlmslm Stephens and Tjlll Gwynn BEST ALL ROUND Gail -lurrctt und Kcnnc-th Lund MOST DEPENDABLE Mary l?l'ill1C'CS Hailey and Stove Adams MOST INTELLECTUAL Clumlu Overlay und Fl'ill1kASilV0l' MOST LIKELY T0 SUCCEICD lvlurtlm Alley and joe Roberts BEST DRESSED ' . Karen ,Bouldin and joe Lindsay - MOST POPULAR -Indy Biggs and Lynn Stephenson . BEST LOOKING , Carol Marlowe und Raven Ellis FRIENDLIEST V gig l f all 5 K , Ax M g . 2 Myra Pratt and john Dineeii ' Carolyn Ritchie and Clarence Rogers WITTIEST MOST ATHLETIC Hugliie Anclursou and Loyd Dillon A Gail Fuggc and Toby Almond MOST TALENTED . MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED ' 157 '-1 DHS ,. 2 ,H 1 W 'I 1152- I ffpf.. jf! 691 X .- ' ff' g Carissa X. .Q 7 X X Xf ga ix N 1 V QPEQ-HOUSE 7 A K i DBNCESIV 693' asf AC tivi tics Although We're dreaming now, we certainly didn't have time for that not so long ago when we were struggling through all our various activities. As we review some of our projects, our eyes widen with amazement, and We Wonder how we ever crammed so much into one short year. just thinking of the time spent pounding on doors while selling candy or magazines makes our feet ache. The recollection of having writer's cramp from our detailed correspondence in preparation for College Day and Career Day, and our zealous activity with thumb tacks and bulletin boards for Open House is not forgotten either. And then came the Science Fair and our conversion into Albert Einstein for a week. Still vivid in our memory is the picture of the Home Coming game, and the coronation of our queen. At last came the glorious climax-the Iunior-Senior for the upper-classmen, and the Sophomore Social for the younger set. Ah, what a glorious year! XVe linger Wistfully here, Wishing we could relive some of these wonderful occasions, but extremely glad that we can still hold them in dreams. 158 1 4,5 .1 7, V uf in 'R , .N r 160 mbeomyemqo NJ . Lx 1 .' . 'K 1,4 x 14 B WJ., N- ui , ' N N , , - ' "I I. , ' . ' .7 1" , ,ll 'rj yu 11.5 ., ' z -" Y My ,gk V ,, -015 1, 1-Wm QU -N Vg' .51- N 1- V f,..fw .- M Jana. 5 - W w..Qf-1 3 - v nf. w?.'Qi fm, - 'V Ya gf S 0.3,-,, 1 c w,f,:u'4x .. 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XXX 1, In the mysterious atmosphere of the fora with a blue light shining on a small fountain the receiving line greets the guests as they enter. all-'Qs - The ivory-skinned girls of the rich and spicy fabled Orient come to life in the form of the sophomore Waitxesses, Sandra Proiiitt, Karen Sapp, Ann Matthews, Gail Shelton, Meryle Minter, Anne Morgan, Ann Thomas, Inajo Singleton, Car- lotta Duokett, and Lucy Grogan. 7961751 afar . ,AQ Hands up in amazement the princess watches the bird of wisdom Hy from his cage while strange sounds surround her and babbling streams and singing trees add to the tumult. adweerifmecfazw fmzmgerukn l . l ' 1 X A p 'J p Xe Q Q oak Nix lygg, xx .Q EYX , ,Nr Amid the atmosphere of rare perfumes mingled with the pungent odors of spices the members of the grand march go steadily on to the music of the orchestra. Mats Q I wg! 'Z' 1 h!,,f It ,Li tit, 6- 6 , VEXQLSRX The Sultan, convinced that all women are false and faithless. vowed to put each wife to death after the first nuptial night. Schehorazade saved her life by spinning the fascinating tales of the "Arabian Nights." if if K 25. it , , 4,595 'af 3 4 N - Aladdin watches in wonder as the tremendous Genie of the lamp appears in the cave of jewels. Y ., ...f i"K .'.. .7 Among the glowing colors and brilliant and exotic scenes Mr. Hough, Mr. and Mrs. Morehead greet the guests attending the dance. 163 AA N ,E , - , f',.l!, Y4 xj T .XX-M --.. H, ,. 4 , -. M Tvs? In one of the many cars in thi- homecoming parade rode time Nlorc- head Nlajorettes. Alumni mix with btuclcnts ut the annual Iimnecmning dance. Home 1 'Q : M A . X Mi i if f -:?,y,,j,,fM:w I I Haig, X F The homecmning queen, Gail Fagge. and nomi- nees, Carol Marlowe, Hughie Anderson, and Karen Bouldin. Seated in front of the Black Puntlier. painted by Kenny Land, are the Moivlioaicl c-heerleuders. 164 Coming! -V ' "' I' 1 All was confusion a few minutes before the Homecoming Parade was to begin. -pill '-Av' Riding in the car sponsored by Room -11, are the color guards of the Morehead band. This is an example of one fo the many beauti- fully decorated cars driven in the Homecom- ing Parade. 165 J..,i, Alumni enjoy refreshments served by the V. cheerleaders. I K r Qi N. ,hw :la -uf ,, .- iff G4 xiii? , r Mrs. Dininny shows parents the Math Department, l The day was full of surprises when the seniors received their chocolate. I -4-an .+..mQ - - " .Q-,. ' 'W' ' ' -fl! W" ,I " E ,fl T -:R ir lf' if .. 11 :- , """ ,...,..r. mm., ,Y "1 " L , . W'lfwr-5, 4 .,,. Thr'-ii f Af f L.:f- . W . .- iiXfi'f--""l' El!!! F' L. vi X L4-xaL.!1 i r- i iw The students vnjoy thc Cilllliy as they work. Many people attended the annual Science Fair. i i i i 3 166 is F 45? ,J Q Tkfxlmdinrwufkshq. wwl4n-m.- H Hcnlxfnv elliel-uyslhalcpmxlllcdev-Tlomrrev - mfl..mmq.,1m,!.w.rs. Wfffm MJ9 lEULkbUrW1 PM Miss Roberts points out a bulletin board done by two of her English students. Norris Ford displays his winning science project Eleinentary Elec-t1'ic-ity was one of the winners in the Pliysical Division of the Science Fair. Nlrs. Dunn, Nluliugvr of the- clllfCft'l'lil, ln-lps with the 1'cf1'vslnncnts nt Open llonse. times 1 6 7 X 1 n Du PORT gli.. W , ? li fi , A fy j l A Advcrtiscmcn ts Bright and beautiful have been the dreams contained in the Carillon this year, but We must remember that such blissful thoughts do not come without the aid of the sandman. So let us awake long enough to smile and thank our friends for helping to preserve some of the best-loved moments of our lives. As We awake let us realize that much of the Carillon was financed by the advertisements given by our many hometown merchants. As we look through this last section let us notice these advertisements and take our trade to the respective businesses. 168 11 x 'ij V-1 ii Congratulatzons CLASS OF 61 J H HHHDHU LUHIBER CUHIPHHU WHOLESALE ONLY Dial Mlfadow 5--1661 DRAPER, NORTH CAROLINA 170 Spray Water Power and Land Spray, North Carolina Dial BIAin 3-T952 Home Savings and Loan Association NVashington Street Boulevard Street Organized in 1909 Leaksville. North Carolina Jerry's Market Finest Meat in Town Fresh Produce MEadow 5--1531 71:2 South Fieldc-rest Wrighfs "Beautiful Cloflzchs' for The High Selzool Girl XVE1ShiI'1gtOI1 Street Leaksville, North Carolina DYER S Leaksulle North Cirolml PLUMBING SEV h,R LIVES YVATER LIINES DITCH DICCERS D111 XIAH1 3 6969 DRIVE CAREFULLY WE CAN WAIT ROSELAXI N 172 1 HEATING AIR COMPRESSORS Compliments of Leaksville News 1YilSl1lI'1gtUI1 Street North Curolinrfs Lrzrgvsf Ukfcfkly Williams and Son Sealtest Dairy Products Phone MAin 3-6111 Leaksville, North Carolina Pace-S tone Low Down Payment And Real Easy Terms Dial MAin 3-2214 Washington Street Leaksville, North Carolina Compliments of Globm ar1's Leaksville, North Carolina Dial MAin 3-3963 173 Best VVishes From ooper and Draper Rotcliff Super Market Lumber Compony,Inc W. Front, Draper Open S AIM. - 9 PM. Daily Dial MEadow 5-5271 Leaksville, North Carolina Spray, North Carolina Compliments of Compliments of CRAFT PRINTERS GRIFFIN JEWELERS Dial MA 3-5518 712 Morgan Road Leaksville, NOITI1 CHIOIIJIB, Spray, N01-th Carolina ANGEI. SALON OF BEAUTY FIRST NATIONAL BANK On the Boulevard Support our Youth MA 3-2540 Support Morehead Leaksville, North Carolina Le-aksville, North Carolina 174 COlIgl'flfllIf1f?-S' and Snlzzfcrs' the CIr1.s'.s' of 1961 TEXTILE WORKERS UNION OF AMERICA Bi-County 'Ioint Board 100 Park Road SPRAY, NORTH CAROLINA Serving the textile worker of the Tri-Cities 175 . l ROCKINGEPHSAM OFFICE 8. MACHINES Bridge Street Leaksville, North Carolina CAROLINA BOWL Pro Chop - Snack Bar Ample Free Parking - Playroom 20 Duck Pin- 12 Ten Pin 1501 Bessemer Avenue Greensboro, North Carolina BR 2-3131 STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANY Worldls Largest Auto Insurance Co. I. Guy Hopkins Phone: MEadow 5-4761 H. KNIGHT OIL COMPANY Atlantic Products Dial MA 3-6958 Leaksville, North Carolina J ohnson-Turner Furniture Company P KARASTAN RUC-S "We Sell To Sell Againv Kirkpatrick Drug Company Monroe Street Leaksville, North Carolina Compliments ,of LEAKSVILLE PAINT CC Frank XVoocly. Prop1'ietor Phone: BIA 3-6291 Leaksville. North Carolina LEE-FULCHER-WHITE AND HUBBARD, INC. Insurance - Real Estate - Loans Monroe Street Leaksville, North Carolina Phone: BIAin 3-7842 177 BURKE'S BEN FRANKLIN STORE On The Boulevard Nationally Known Locally Owned For All Yotu' School Supplies ADAM'S PHOTO STUDIO HOMER E. WRIGHT, JR. Across from First National Bank Real Estate Dial MAin 3-2760 Corner of Wfashington and Monroe Washington Street Leaksville, North Carolina Leaksville, North Carolina LEAKSVILLE UPHOLSTERY TRI-CITY FINANCE COMPANY "Auto Loans For The Individual" "Qualify Upliolsteringv 299 E. Washington Street Dial MAIU 3-2430 Leaksville, North Carolina Leaksville, North Carolina Dial MAin 3,3197 178 COl1QI'llfllI!Iff0l1-9 from WEAVER'S HOME NOVELTY T XVomen and Childrerfs Ready-to-XVear Manufacturers of Tables and Student Desk Warehouse Street Dial MA 3-2218 Spray, North Carolina Spray, North Carolina AUTO PARTS 8. ACCESSORIES LEFTWICH SALES Distributors of Quality Products Buick Sales and Service Since 1934 Leaksville, North Carolina MA 3-6283 h!IAil1 3-37-1-1 Leaksville, North Carolina ' Best Wishes MEADOW DAIRIES hulk-BOl'd6I1'S Ice Cream Bridge Street Leaksville, North Carolina 179 Wrighfs Mens Shop XVi1Sl1l.I'1gfOI1 Street MAin 3-7064 Leaksville, North Carolina Johnson-Dear Mo tor, Inc. Cadillac-Oldsmobile-CMC Dlckens 9-3313 820 S. Scales Street Reidsville, North Carolina Draper Sinclair Station Grief jones, Proprietors Dial MEaclow 5-5381 Fielclcrest Road Draper, North Carolina Compliments of Hatley's "For all dry cleaning ncedsi' Church Street Spray, North Carolina junior Biggs CIRCLE MOTORS First in Automobiles Phone 3-3-124 Spray, North Carolina Compliments of BUILDERS MART N. Bridge Street Leaksville, North Carolina Phone MA 3-3198 A. D. ROGERS Your Home Town leweler Leaksville, North Carolina GILLIE'S PHOTO SHOP Boulevard Street Leaksville, North Carolina RAYMOND R. MARTIN Insurance Consultant Corner Hamilton and Center Church Road NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INS. CO. Dial MA 3-3168 181 Compliments of 0'Mansky Brothers Washington Street Leaksville, North Carolina Leak sville Shoe Store "For the best shoes in town see Petev Leaksville, North Carolina COI1gII'llf1!If1ffOll.S' from Draper Jewelers Since 1901 Fieldcrest Road Draper, North Carolina L. and W. Restaurant Leo and Woody McBride Church Street Spray, North Carolina Operating and Furnishing job Opportunity in the Tri-City Area Since 1896 Spray, North Carolina ALLEN'S Curlee Clothing Freeman Shoes Leaksville 61 Stoneville Compliments of FAIR'S FUNERAL HOME Leaksville, North Carolina CYOI1Ql'tIfllIIlftUHS from STACEY'S Church Street Spray, North Carolina PARKER - LAWSON FURNITURE CO., INC. t "XVlzere you feather your nest with tz little down Monroe Street Phone MA 8-3-11431 183 C0lll,1JllI7la"IlfS Of TRI-CITY PONTIAC Washington Street Leaksville, North Carolina Compliments of IVIE TIRE COMPANY Congratulafions from LEAKSVILLE HARDWARE MAU D'S Fashion clothes for the High School Cirlsu F ieldcrest Road Draper, North Carolina Congratulations to Class of '61 from BENSON CABINET CO. Best Wishes From TULLOCK'S GROCERY COIlgl'flllllllllOHS Class of '61 TRI-CITY INSURANCE AGENCY Compliments of GOODWILL VARIETY Congratulations anal Salufas Class of ,61 TRI-CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Congratulations Svniors LAUNDROMAT Best Wishes HOBBY HOUSE Best Wishes From SPRAY DRUG "On the Canal in Spray" Spray, North Carolina "THE SEALTESTH DAIRY BAR AND GRILL CURB SERVICE Bridge Street LeaksviI1e, North Carolina COIIQIYIIIIIIIIILIOII-5' fo C'Io,sus' of '61 Best Wishes From GENERAL CREDIT co. GORDON PITTENDREIGH Best Wishes From Interior Decorating HENSLEY'S RADIO 8- T. V. COlIQl'lIfllIl'lfIOl1.S' from CHERRY INSURANCE AGENCY Home owned and operated Good Luck From Better things for your pleasure EDEN'S GROCERY Leaksville - Draper 185 .4 x ' ,, v jf F rf f t f ' , f ji V v ,H 1 J l I I V." ' r :ff ' it rv 1 x ' , Ar t 1 l 6 I L 4 s 4, 0 Congratulatiz0n.s to 1 r U 1 The Clgzss of 1961 ' in P I Visit the 'Soda Shop v 1 Before and after School for Fountain Service A V and Good Sandwiches DRHPEH SUDH SHUP Next to Post OfHce Draper, North Carolina 186 MAR-GRE MOTEL N. C. Highway 14 Leaksville-Spray-Drayer, North Carolina Dial MAin 3-3174 Hot YVater Heat Air Conditioned Television and Telephone in each room Swimming Pool Compliments of DUKE POWER COMPANY "Live Betfer Electrically" SERVING THE PIEDMONT CAROLINAS 187 MIZE MOTORS, INC. Chrys1er-Dodge-Plymonth North Bridge Street Leaksville, North Carolina "Cars of the Forward Look" Compliments of NORA'S Your Fashion Center On the Front Draper, North Carolina Leaksville, North Carolina CHANDLER DRUG COMPANY DILLARD'S suNoco SERVICE Washington Street E' S' Dinard Boulevard Street Dial DI 9-9139 Leaksville, North Carolina Reidsviuea North Carolina i 183 Compliments of NEW SYSTEM LAUNDRY "For All Your Laundry and Dry Cleanin,g', Leaksville Draper WALL INSURANCE AGENCY Robert M. Wall Dial MA 3-3164 Leaksville, North Carolina Fire, Auto, Burglary, and Bonds 189 . A Compliments of EDWARD'S SUPER MARKET Boulevard Street Leaksville, North Carolina I-ASHLEY DRUG INC' SPRAY INSURANCE AGENCY Prescription Druggist Phone ME 5-6351 Draper, North Carolina "C" Garvin VVarren Tri-City Pharmacy Building Dial MA 3-3211 Spray, North Carolina ESSO SERVICENTER "Tho Home of Happy Motoring, R. W. Iohnson, Proprietor Dial ME 5-6821 Draper, North Carolina Compliments of LEAKSVILLE BANK 8. TRUST Compliments of WHOLESALE HOUSE "KVholesale Groceryl' Leaksville, North Carolina FRANK EGGLETON COMPANY, INC. Draper Road Spray, North Carolina Dial MA 3-3968 Frank Eggleston Gordon Scott, Ir. TURNER FURNITURE COMPANY "Everything for the Homev Draper Road Spray, North Carolina MA 3-7952 Compliments of HOPPER BROTHERS "Our Qualify and Service Speaks for Itself" Serving Leaksville, Spray, and Draper Dial ME 5-6401 South Fieldcrest Road Draper, North Carolina 191 Compliments of ROCKINGHAM BLOCK AND READY MIX CDMPANY Draper Road Spray, North Carolina Dial MA 3-2197 LINDSAY INSURANCE AGENCY I First National Bank Building Leaksville, North Carolina MA 3-3163 192 6 Q,uApLlpTY CLEANERS , U 415 ' , ,-1 i'f.L"'L X . I gl, ff .' E H Q you dont flzznk c'I0z'l1c.s' ure' n0tzCcd+ v W ' 1, I u ' ...dj ,. t P t' , ' Start Ollf-lL'fl1Ollf flzcnzh Lv LJ' -1 ' ' if us b 4 I T' y J f One Day Se1'v1ce Dial MA 3-7517 Church Street Spray, North Carolina Compliments of CREATIVE HGMES Draper Road Spray, North Carolina 193 X el , -Y - r 4, S, '9' a J n In at Y E 3' 4' C 5 I9 X ' 'R ,-4' ' 4 we , 1 Q Wt- Q 1 -9 V I u t I 4 7 ab e f Congratulations T0 The 1961 Ctadtzates ff K 33 5 e Q E S Ou this must important day in yougL1ife,2dFieldcg'est extends 1 .L V J' Q Congratulations and Wishes you a future filled with success. F EL GREST ITI LLS? IHC ' f 5 ,D ' A L5 fm ' ' A ' 5 gy J L 1 . A f' ' 1 u , 1 42 4 ff' L w , ' Y , a t t . X HD W1 4 ,f V xg , rim A, 3 4 E -fe J x I v i , xx .6 fb L aff! ' W 4 K 194 Compliments of Best W ish es CAROLINA COAL 8. OIL CO., INC. UNA'S and VOGUE BEAUTY SAE PM QRQREEQ BOOSTERS BILL AMOS, INC. BLACKWELL RECORD SHOP DR. M. T. 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ADAMS, STEVE Stoneville Road, Leaksville MA. 3-7883 Science Club 2, 3, 4, Trcasurer 3, President 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, President 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Stu- dent Council 4, Treasurer 4, Baseball 2, 3, Aesthetes 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, Superlative 4, Homeroom Oliicer 3. ADKINS, KENNY 414 Fieldcrest Road, Draper ME. 5-4494 Science Club 4, Literary Club 4, Debating 4, Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Public Speaking 4, President 4, Basketball 1, Newspaper 1, Home- room Oliicer 3. ALCORN, CAROLYN JEAN Box 162, Leaksville, MA. 3-6275 Clee Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Future Teachers 3, 4, Color Guard 4, Rainbows 2, 3, 4, Aesthetes 4, Dramatics 3, Public Speaking 4. ALLEY, MARTHA STONE 622 Bridge Street, Leaksville, MA. 3-6927 Rainbows 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Future Homeinakers 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Aesthetes 4, Clee Club 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Monogram Club 4, Superlative 4. ALMOND, SHERMAN, JR. V 212 Hodges Street, Spray, MA. 3-3964 Science Club 2, Band 2, 3, 4, President 4, Treasurer 3, Drum Major 2. 3, 4, Clee Club 4, Hi-Y 2, 3. ANDERSON, ELINOR HUGH 201 College Street, Leaksville MA. 3-3766 Science Club 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 4, Art Club 3, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Annual Co-editor 4: Future Teachers 4, Vice-President 4, Student Council 3, Class Representative 3, Homerooin Officer 2, 3. ARCHIBALD, NANCY 311 Jay Street, Leaksville MA. 3-3985 Bible Club 2, Nurses' Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y. BAILEY, CLAUDIA MARIE 333 Creenwood Street, Leaksville MA, 3-6565 BAILEY, DORIS 413 Riverside Drive, Spray NIA. 3-2341 D. E. I 3, D. E, 114. BANKS, BETTY Reidsville Road, Lcaksville MA. 3-2283 Maiorcttc 2, 3, Chief Maiorette 4. BARROXV, WATT LEE 413 Front Street. Draper ME. 5-3454 BARTON, J. P. Box 4, Route 2, Leaksville MA. 3-2243 Football 3, Clee Club 2, 3, 4, Bus Driver 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, Hi-Y 3, 4. BIGGS, JUDITH LANE Route 2, New Street, Leaksville MA. 3-2701 Student Council, President 1, Representative 2, 3, Annual Staff 3, Business Manager 4, Homeroom Oiiicer 2, Class Oiiicer, Secretary 3, Recording Secretary 4, National Honor Society 4, Office Assist- ant 4, Newspaper 1, Class Representative for Annual 4, Marshal 3, Superlative 4, Rainbows 2, 3, 4, Leadership Award 1. BLACKBURN, LARRY MITCHELL 107 Harris Street, Spray MA. 3-6657 Future Teachers 4. BLACKNVELL, JAMES FREDRICK 421 Ridge Avenue, Draper ME. 5-5741 D. E. I and II 4. BLACKYVELL, HERMAN WALLACE 255 Carolina Avenue, Draper ME. 5-3021 Baseball 2, 3, 4, D. E. 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4. BOULDIN, FRANCES KAREN 110 Klyce Street. Lealcsville MA. 3-7821 Future Teachers 3. 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Clee Club 3, 4, Superlative 4, Junior Representative, Monogram Club 4, Student Council 4, Aesthetes 4. BOYVERS, RUBY ANN 317 Sharp Street, Draper ME. 5-4333 Clee Club 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers 2, Newspaper 1. BOYD, JOHNNY HARLEY 403 Harris Street, Leaksville MA. 3-3261 BOYTE, JOSEPH LARRY 104 Shedd Street, Spray MA. 3-6129 Homerooin Oiiicer 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, Annual Staff 4. BRAMMER, LOUISE Route 2, Leaksville, MA. 3-2019 Clce Club 2, Future Homemakers 2, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Library Assist- ant 3, 4, Oltice Asssitant 2, Debating 4. BRAMMAR, OTIS VVILLIAM Route 1, Box 199. Leaksville Basketball Manager 3, Monogram Club 3, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, Hi-Y 3. BROXVN, WILLIAM DOUGLAS 501 Carolina Avenue, Draper BRYANT, LYNDA GAIL 201 Patterson Street, Leaksville MA. 3-3578 Future Homemakers 2, Bible Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Library Assistant 3. Senior Directory BURCART, SANDRA SPENCER 207 Ellll Street. Leriksville NIA, 3-7324 Future I-Ioiiiemailcerx 2, 3. 4g Clee Club 2, 3, 41 Hoiuerooui Olrlicer 2: Bible Club 2: Cirls' State 3. CALDXYELL, ALTON 402 Cr11'oli11r1 Aveiuie, Draper NIE. 5-6561 Footlmll 41 Driver Trriiuiug 2. THOMAS CANIIJBELI., LINDA CORNELIA 3303 Ceuter ClIII!'L'l1 Roricl, Leulisville KIA. 3-6116 .AIIIIULII Stal? 41 Rriiuboxvs 2, 3, 4. CARPENTER, CECIL SEICLER 5325 Fro11t Street, Draper, NIE. 5-4852 Bqislcetball 2, 33. 4g NIo11oQ1'4u11 Club 53. 4: Future Teaicl State 3: .AIITIIILII St:1II 4: I'Io111eroo111 Officer 2. CARTER. MARTHA BELLE 412 Center Street. Draper NIE. 5-55853 D. E. I :uid II 4. CARTER. NANCY LOL' 413 Ritlue Street. D111 Jer A , -J, 4. IDIS 4g Bova' COOPER. CEORCE NIICIIAI . 103 Hickory Street, Spiny NIA. 3-2938 D. E. I zuicl II 4. CORUBI, TEDDY 514 CLITKHIIIIAI Aveuue. Draper NIE. 5-4753 D. E. I and II 4. PLAY CON. CAROI. ALYCE Route 2. Lealisville, NIA. 3-3284 Library Assistant, 3. CON, LARRY YYAYNE 102 Frriker Street, Spray NIA. 3-6699 CON. SAMUEL ALFRED TU4 Nlorguu Street. Spray RIA. 3-7943 Science Club 2, 53. CON. TONINIY CECIL 590 Overlook. Leaksville Publit- Speaking 3. Debating 3. I I ME. .5-:397:3 w W Driver Trriiuiuq 21 Dr-b11ti11f1 43 Bible Club 2. -CHA,1'T- JOSEPH PJZRA 30:3 Fielclcrest Road, Draper W V v M NIE. 5-3503 CASS?lSEiiIff,IzEi,tHg1El:3N5 Publie Speaking 2. 531 Clue Club 2:33, 4, Bus Driver 3, Drarmrtics Tux' 3-7596 ' 2, og D. E. 4. Driver Etlue.1tio11 24 OI3Iiee Assistant 4. CROXYDER. ,IERALDENE CRAY CHAYYEY FPANCFS IHFYE Route 2, Box: 58-c. Lenluville f ' - W- -- 1- ' 1x1.x.:1-P444 204 FiSl1e1' Street, Spr.1v ' A 1 1 J J N W , x1AA 3,3745 N.1t1o1141l Houor Society 53. 41 Art Club :JL Nurscw Club 2: Future Future Honwlnwkwrx Q 4, -I-ri4Hi-Y 3 4, OHM? -,uxixtlnt , J 'Iii'-lL'lIL'I'N 4, Newspaper 41 I'IOIIIt'1'OO1II Officer 2, Rainbows 2, 3. Nurses' Club 21 Debutiuq 4. CHILTON. FRED S09 Aiken Roacl, Spruv XI-X '3 T470 CHUNIBLEY. BIILDRED ANN 509 Fro11t Street. Draper NIE. 5-3542 Future Ho111e111r1l-:ers 41 Libiury Assishllit 2. 53, 4. COCHRAN, RICHARD LYNN 207 Fislier Street, Spray NIA, 53-35336 Football 3: Hoiuerooui OHiCer 2. FSa1seb.1ll 131 .'NIlIIIl.ll Stull 4. CONIEH. PATRICIA ANN 902 XY1ul1i115:to11 Street, Leulisville NIA. 3-7923 Bible Club 2: Future I'IOIIICllILll'iLtI'S 2. 3. 4: Tri-I-Ii-Y 9 3 COOK, FREDA MAE S053 NIOTQQIII Street, Spray MA. 3-2558 ..1, . DINEIQN. IOHN PATRICK III IOS I'IRlNIlfl.7lI Street. Lenksville NIA. 3-3533 NIo11ogr11111 Club 13. 41 Football 2. 3. 41 Hoiueroom Oilicer 4: Superlutive 4. DILLON. LOYD CALVIN ISS I-Iiglilruicl Drive. Lealiwille NIA. 3-7804 Seri.-iiee Club 2. -3. 41 'I.1'CLISIlI't'l' 4. BaQketb11ll il Art Club 3. NIL?-I7I'L'NILlt'IIt 53. N11tio1111l I'Io11or Soeietv 3, 41 Student Council 4, IM-virlr-11t: Claw Treawirer 531 Aestlietes 41 T1'CLISIll'L'I' 4: Boys' Stun- 53, Hi-Y 53, 4. Pivsitleiit 3. 4: .Allllllill Stull 2: Superlative 45 I'IOllIt'I'lJUlll Oflieer 2. DODSON. BONNIE CAIL Route I. Price Roncl. Lenlisville NIA. -3-T551 OI'Iiee Awistruit 3. DUNCAN, ROGER DALE II5 Burtou Street. Leulisville AIA. 3-T269 Library Assistant 3, 4. Newspaper lg Ho111eroo111 Oflieer 11 Future I'-iotlmll 3: NIf1l1Hu1'al1114 Club' fl: I'IOI'lIC'I'O0l,'II Ogieer 21 Tri-Hi-Y Homemakers 24 Art Club I. 2, 3, 4: Seienee Club L. 7 Senior Directory DYER, NELI.. ELIZABETH 108 Irving An-iiiie, Leaksville MA, 3-2668 Library Assistant 3, Hoinerooin Officer 4, Annual Typist 4. DYER, RUFUS NEVILLE Route 1, Box 54, Leaksville NIA. 3-2861 EARLES, BRENDA LEE 215 Davis Street, Spray MA. 3-2486 Bible Club 2, Ollice Assistant 4, Newspaper 1. EAST, RONALD GARY Route 1, Ferry Road, Draper EDYVARDS, KATIE VICTORIA 361 Harris Street, Leaksville MA. 3-2477 Tri-Hi-Y 21 Future Honiemalcers 2, National Honor Society 4, Girls' State 3, D. E. I and II 4. EDXVARDS, THOMAS LEON Virginia Avenue, Spray, MA. 3-8376 D. E. I and II 4. ELLIS, EDXVARD RAVEN Box 112, Greenway Drive, Spray MA. 3-6892 Student Council 2, 4, Clee Club 4, DeMolay 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Oilicer 3, 4., Superlative 4. EPPERLY, HELEN FAYE 159 Draper Road Spray MA. 3-6611 D. E. I and II 4. FAGGE. DORE GAIL 103 Park Avenue, Leaksville MA. 3-3279 Glee Club 4, President 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Chief 4, Public Speaking 4, Vice-President 4, Future Homemakers 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice-President 3, Debating 3, Animal Staff 3, Homeroom Oilicer 4, Superlative 4, Homecoming Queen 4. FLINCHUM, ALVA ANNE Route 2, Box 104, Leaksville MA. 3-2401 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 41 Bible Club 2, Future Hoineniakers 4, Homeroom Oflicer 2, Library Assistant 3, 4, Newspaper 1. FOLEY, FRANCES EILEEN Route 1, Box 38, Leaksville MA. 3-3867 FOSTER, RONALD LEE Meadow Road, Spray, MA. 3-7650 Hi-Y 2, 3, Science Club 4, Aesthetes 4. FRANKLIN, HARRIET BRENDA Draper Road, Spray D. E. I and II FRAZIER, MELVIN THOMAS 426 Virginia Avenue, Draper ME. 5-3732 D. E. I and II 4. FUNDERBURK, JAMES PEARLEY 1015 Fieldcrest Road, Draper ME. 5-6164 Clee Club 2, 3, 4,, Treasurer 4, Homeroom Officer 4. FUNDERBURK, WVILLIAM LARRY 209 Thomas Street, Spray MA. 3-7246 Boys, State 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 4, Monogram Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Science Club 4, Newspaper I, Drarnatics 2. GAULDIN, ROBERT HARVEY Route 2, RuHin DI. 9-3715 Bus Driver 2, 3, Baseball 2, D.E. I. and II 4. OAULDIN, GLADYS MAE Price Road, Box 111-B, Leaksville MA. 3-2077 C-AULDIN, GLORIA FAYE Route 1, Box 170, Leaksville MA. 3-6485 Annual Stall 4, Annual Typist 4, Newspaper 1. GIBSON, JAMES WILLIAM 609 Primitive Street, Spray MA. 3-3770 D. E. I 3, D. E. II 4. GILLEY, BUZZ 3-10 Clovenia Street, Leaksville MA. 3-6321 Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Glee Club 4, Annual Stail 4, Homeroom Otlzicer 3, 4, DeMolay 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Bus Driver 3, 4, Hi-Y 3. GILLEY, JANICE MARIE Draper Road, Spray MA. 3-2745 Newspaper 3, 4, Future Honieinakers 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 2, Bible Club 2, Annual Staff 3, OHice Assistant 4. CILLEY, LILY FRANCES 434 Virginia Avenue, Draper ME. 5-3731 F. H. A. 1, 3, Library Assistant 3, Glee Club 1. CILLEY, LINDA ANN 405 Riverside Drive, Spray GILLEY, MARY JOHNSTON 628 Bridge Street, Leaksville MA. 3-3818 National Honor Society 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Future Homemakers 2, 3, 4, President 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Literary Club 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Clee Club 4, Rainbows 2, 3, 4, XVorthy Advisor 2, Annual Staff 4. GILLEY, NADINE III Hurd Avenue, Draper Clee Club 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers 4. Senior Directory COVER, PAUL RONALD 412 Meadow Road, Draper ME. 5-6524 D. E. I and 11 4. CRAY, CENE CORNELIUS Price Road, Leaksville MA. 3-7843 D. E. I, D. E. 11, Bus Driver 2, 3, Hi-Y 1, 2. CROCAN, VERONICA HAILEY 415 Clenn Street, Leaksville Bible Club 2. CRUBBS. NANCY CAROLYN Ridgeway Road, Leaksville MA. 3-6845 Bible Club 2. CXVYNN, DALLAS EDMUND, IR. 424 Hamilton Street, Lealisville MA. 3-6721 DeMolay 2, Class Oflicer 2, 3, 43 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Class Representative 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, President 4, Science Club 4, President 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Baseball 3, 4, Supcrlative 4, Cliief Marshall 3, HAILEY, MARY FRANCES 313 Front Street, Draper ME. 5-3431 Band 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4, Science Club 4, Future Teachers 4, Superlative 4. HALE, MELINDA LAYNE 414 Ellett Avenue, Lealcsville MA. 3-7162 Future Homemakers 2, Clee Club 3, 4, OHice Assistant 4. HALL, ELTON' FRANKLIN 103 Spring Street. Spray MA. 3-7982 D. E. I and II 4: Hi-Y 2, 3. HARRIS, CAIL XVILSON 320 Klyce Street, Lealcsvillc IWA. 3-8130 Basketball 2, 3, Band 2. HARRIS, SUE KARON 410 Carolina Avenue, Draper ME. 5-3061 Clee Club 1, Library Assistant 3. HARRISON, ROBERT, JR. 301 Early Street, Draper ME. 5-6354 Science Club 4. HATCHER, IRVINC LESLIE Route 2, Ridgeway Road, Leaksville MA. 3-7617 Football 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. HAVVKINS, JAMES F. 105 Morgan Road, Spray Library Assistant 2, D. E. I 3, D. E. II 4. 199 HEFFINCER, BECKY P191 I 305 Merriman Street, Drapfz ME. 5-3243 Future Homemalcers 3, 4. HICCINS, XVILLIAM CENTRY, IR. 210 Cascade Avenue, Draper ME. 5-4874 HODGES, PATRICIA ANN 508 Greenwood Street, Leaksville MA. 3-7802 National Honor Society 3, 43 Office Assistant 4, Animal Typist 4, Rainbows 2, 3, 4, VVorthy Adviso HOLLAND, RUTH ELAINE Route 1, Price Road, Leaksville Bible Club 2. HOPKINS, MARIE HOLMAN 905 Early Avenue, Leaksville MA. 3-3717 Nurses' Club 2, Future Hoinemalcers 2, 3, National Honor Society 4, Oflice Assistant 4. HOXVE, XVILLIAINI NVAYNE 519 Monroe Street, Leaksville IWA. 3-2242 HOWLETT, CORNELIUS Route 1, Draper ME. 5-3173 Football 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 3, 4. HUTCHERSON. SHELBY JEAN Route 1, Leaksville MA. 3-7461 Future Homeniakers 21 Bible Club 2. IARRELL, CAROL ANN Route 2, Box IS7, Lealisville INIA. 3-6588 Band 4, Color Guard 4, Office Assistant 31 Library Assistant 3, 44 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3. JARRETT, PATRICIA GAIL 549 Boone Road, Spray MA, 3-6018 Ilomeroom Officer 21 Annual Statt 4: National Honor Society 4: Superlative 4. IEFFERSON. TOMMY PAYTON 443 Delaware Avenue, Draper ME. 5-5191 Bus Driver 3, 4, IOHNSON, IOHN ROBERT 301 Hamilton Street, Lealisville MA. 3-5426 Science Club 2, 3, 41 Clee Club 2, 3, 4. JONES, DEYVEY LEE North Main Street. Draper ME. 5-3664 D. I and II 4, Senior JONES. Fofsoa LOU 202 Carroll Street, Spray MA. 3-7334 Tri-Hi-Y 2: Driver' Training 2, D. E. I 3: D. E. II 4. JOYCE. LENA RIVERS Route 2, Leaksville Glee Club 2, 3, D. E. I and II 4. JOYCE, JAMES XVORLEY Route 2, Box 258, Leaksville MA. 3-5860 D. E. I and II 4. KENNON, LINDA FAYE 532 Front Street, Draper ME. 5-6692 Future Homemakers 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Nurses, Club 2, Secretary 2, Rainbows 2, 3, 4. LAMAR. ELIZABETH DAMERON 522 Maple Street. Leaksville MA. 3-7608 Nurses' Club 2, Majorette 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4: Hoineroom Oilicer 2, 3, 4. LAND, HARRY KENNETH 131 Valley Drive, Leaksville MA. 3-7993 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Aesthetes 4, DeMolay 2. 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 4, Art Club 31 Annual Staff 4, Boys' State 3, Superlative 4. LAND, MALISSIA BEATRICE 404 Clarkway, Spray MA. 3-7735 LAND, JEFFREY LOUIS 1406 Morgan Street, Spray MA. 3-6448 D. E. I 3, D. E. II 4. LANV, SAMMY GENE 497 Burton Street, Leaksville MA. 3-7278 Hi-Y 2. 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4: Monogram Club 2, 31 Future Teachers 4, Basketball 2: Baseball 2, 3. LEMONS. PATRICIA ANN 433 Meadow Road. Draper ME. 5-5861 Future Honiemakers 2, 3. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Rainbows 2, 3, 4, Homerooin Ofiicer 4, Newspaper 1. LEWIS, ARTHUR GEORGE, JR. 400 Vine Street, Lealisville MA. 3-7044 Honncroom Officer 3, Dt-Molay 2, 3, Master Counselor 4. LIGHT, MYRTLE PATRICIA 212 Lawrence Street. Spray NIA. 3-6379 Future Hoinemalccrs 2, Oflicc Assistant 4. Directory 200 LINDSAY, JOE HAMLIN, JR. 915 Chestnut Street, Leaksville MA. 3-7524 Class Officer 2, 4, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, DeMolay 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Senior Representative Debating 3, 4, Senior Representative for Annual, Annual Stall, Superlative 4, Literary Club 4, Art Club 2, 3. LONG, ARTHUR JACKSON Route 2, Box 133, Leaksville MA. 3-7241 Hi-Y 2. MANUEL, JESSE WALTER, Ja. Cascade Avenue, Draper ME. 5-3124 Homerooni Oiticer 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Bus Driver 3, 4, Band 2, Bible Club 2. MARLOVVE, CAROL ANN 210 Thomas Street, Spray MA. 3-7529 Homeroom Officer 2, Class Ofiicer 2, Future Honiemakers 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Rainbows 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Girls, State 3, Student Council 4, Secretary 4, National Honor Society 4, Secretary 4, Future Teachers 4, Newspaper 3, Monogram Club 4, Superlative 4. MARLOVVE, DOUGLAS ANTHONY 310 Fieldcrest Road, Draper ME. 5-5394 Student Council 2: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Ollicer 3, Glee Club 4, Debating 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Boys' State 3. MARTIN, ALOMA CEYLON 1111 Morgan Street, Spray MA. 3-3332 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Future Home-makers 2, 4, Oilice Assistant 4. MASSEY, ELMA STANLEY 403 Second Street, Leaksville MA. 3-2743 Future Hoinemaliers 2, 4, Library Assistant 2, 4. MAUS, LINDA DABNEY 220 Highland Drive, Lealcsville MA. 3-2596 Band 2, Future Homeinakers 4, Honu-room Otliieer 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, Rainbows 2, 3, 4. MAYES, JOYCE ANN 503 Ridge Avenue, Draper ME. 5-3014 Future Hoinemalcers 2, Nurses, Club 2, D. E. 1 and II 4. Mt-BRIDE, GARY FRAKER 208 High Street, Draper ME. 5-4504 Mt-DANIEL. LALIA PATRICIA 217 Carolina Avenue, Draper ME. 5-4633 Future Homemakers 2, 3. Bus Senior MCGUIRE, JUDY DALTON 517 Merriman Street, Draper ME. 5-4432 D. E. I 3, D. E. II 4. McGUIRE, TENNIE CAROLINA Route 2, Box 320, Leaksville MA. 3-3041 Bible Club 21 Driver Training' 3. MEADOXVS, LINDA FAYE Virginia Avenue, Spray MA. 3-6042 Office Assistant 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Annual Typsit 4: Marshall 3. MEEKS, GERALD RODGERS Union Roacl, Leaksville MA. 3-7668 Driver 3, 4, Honierooin Oflicer 3, 4, Future Teacliers 4, Annual Staff 4, Aesthetes 4, President 4, Hi-Y 3. MEEKS, LEONARD DNVAYNE 217 Kenclall Street, Spray MA. 3-8224 MOOREFIELD, CORNELIA LOIS Price Road, Box 108, Leaksville D. E. I and 11 4. MOOREFIELD, ROGER LEROY 105 Grove Street, Spray Bus Driver 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. MONTGOMERY, MARTHA ROLLINS 505 Front Street, Draper ME. 5-3071 IWURPHY. INIARCARET ANN 101 James Street, Lealcsville NIA. 3-2379 D. E. I and II 4, Hoinerooin Officer 2: National Honor Society 4, Future Teachers 3, 4. MURPHY, ROYMOND LEROY 511 Cliurcli Street, Spray MA. 3-2471 D. E. 2: Hi-Y 2. MURRAY, ROSE GERALDINE 586 Overlook Avenue, Leaksville MA. 3-3357 Future Hoinelnakers 2, Bible Club 2. 'P NELSON, JAMES CARL Route 2, Box 266. Leaksville Baseball 4. NICHOLS, EVONNE IRA 300 West Avenue, Leaksville MA. 3-7682 Bible Club 2, Nurses, Club 2, Office Assistant 3. Director NOLES, HAROLD XVAYNIC 12135 Morgan Street, Spray Football 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, Q OVERBY. CLENDA DALE 208 Lawrence Street, Spray MA. 3-2417 Science Club 2, 4, Nurses, Club 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Newspaper 2, 3, 4, Editor 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Marshall 3, Hoinerooni Ofiicer 4, Superlative 4. POWELL, REBECCA SUE 116 XVeaver Street, Spray MA. 3-7844 Future Homeinakers 2, 3, 4, Newspaper 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Nurses, Club Future Teachers 4, Science Club 4, Rainbows 2, 3, 2. , 4: Glee Club 4, Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Drainatics 2, 3: Aestlietes 4. POXVELL, DONALD XVEBSTER 410 Ridge Avenue, Draper ME. 5-3321 PRATT, MYRA JANE 506 Bridge Street, Leaksville MA, 3-6488 Library Assistant 4: Future Hoineniakers 2: Public Spea Superlative 4. PRICE, BONNIE GERTRUDE 110 Chatliain Street, Spray MA. 3-6962 Glee Club 3. 4: D. E. I and II 4, Hoinerooin Oflicer 4. PRICE, LOUIS FAISON 801 Hamilton Street, Leaksville MA. 3-6394 Clee Club 3, DeMo1ay 3, Bus Driver 2. PRICE. LINDA GAYLE 433 Patrick Street, Leaksville MA. 3-3323 king 3 Newspaper 4. Co-Editor 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Rainbows 2, 3, 4: Hoinerooni Officer 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Office Assistant 4. PRIDDY. IVA LEE Route 1, Box 308-C, Leaksville MA. 3-3504 Bible Club 2: Nurses' Club 2, D. E. I and II 4. PULLIANI, ALVIN CADELL 1113 Union Street, Leaksville Driver Training 2, D, E. 1 3, D. E. II 4. PULLIAM. MARY CAROL 105 Cordon Street, Spray MA 3-6406 Clee Club 2. 3, 4. 201 Senior Director PULLIAINI, FIIILIIJ IVIELVIN Route 2, Box 51, Leaksville Science Club 4, Newspaper 3. PURDY, BRENDA DALE 114 Carroll Street, Spray MA. 3-2969 D. E. I 3, D. E. II 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Treasurer 4. HATLIFF, CENITH GAIL 223 Virginia Avenue, Spray MA. 3-8911 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, D. E. I and II 4, Tri-Hi-Y 7 3' Bible Club 9. RAY DONALD PAYTON 190 Chatham Street Spray MA. 3-6794 DEIandII4 REESE JIMMY RAS 404 Maryland Avenue Draper RICHARDSON DONNIE RAE 564 Overloolx Avenue Lealxsville NIA 3 3354 Baseball 7 3 4 Basketball 3. RICHARDSON JOHN LEE Stoneville Road Leaksville MA 3 9805 E E RHODES THOMAS MARTIN Route 7 Morgin Road Lelksville MA 3 3016 Bus Drixer 7 Homeroom Ofliccr 3 4' Future Teachers 4 Treasurer 4 DeMolay 2 3, 4. RHODES XVILLIAM CALE 377 Greenwood Street Leaksxille MA 3 6351 Marshall 3 Science Club 7 3 4 Student Council 3, 'Nationil Honor Society 3 4 H11 2, 3 4. BIGNEH IAMES FLETCHER IR. 115 Bridge Street Ieiltsxille MA 3 6467 RITCHIE CAROLHN DARE Dulxe Power Village Driper IXIE 5 5884 T11 H1 H 7 3 4 Iiuture Homeinalcers '7, 3, 4, Bislxttbill 7 3 Monogrun Club 7 3 4 Future Teachers 4, Homcroom Officer 3 4 Runboxxs 2 3 4, OfRccAss1stint 3 4 Superlative 4. ROBERTS IOSEPH MORGAN 444 Pitllclx Strtct Lc llxsxillc 'NIA 3 6961 Cliss Officer 7 H11 7 4 DeMol1y 3 4, Superlative 4. ..., , .. 7 " r 7 , , . f . . y . ' 3-1, , Q 7 ' 1 C a . -.. D. .I3, D. .II 4. 2, 2 ' , e P " Ls A ., I' - v 4 S -41 , 1 -L f' W ' 7 . 1 , ,I . b 1 . .LT -, ..,-, . 1 I 7 Y - "' 'v V A ' l , .-- 2.4 Hi-Y 2, 3: Football 2. . .A , , 2 "- '-i2...f, ,T ' ..r aJ"2 L.-1 fa L.-.5 , -' 5, 1 ' ff L-'.-lr' ,.N si -Jr L 2, '-IL., 1 202 ROBERTS, NORA FRANCES 130 South Main Street, Draper ME. 5-4411 Library Assistant 2, 3, 4, Future Homemalcers 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2. RCBERTSON, BRENDA FAYE 100 Gresham Street, Spray MA. 3-2493 Library Assistant 3, 4. ROBERTSON, SYLVIA ELIZABETH 308 Glovenia Street, Leaksville MA. 3-6538 National Honor Society 4, Future Homemakers 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Science Club 4, Rainbows 2, 3, 4, Wforthy Advisor 3, Art Club 3, Basketball 3, Annual Staff 2, 3, 4. ROGERS, CLARENCE WINTON 412 Bridge Streaet, Leaksville MA. 3-3616 Football 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, DeMolay 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Oflicer 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Superlative 4. RORRER, LINDA LEE 710 Moir Street, Leaksville MA. 3-2592 Future Homemakers 2, Nurses' Club 2. SHROPSHIRE, DELEIGH CORNELIA 215 Meadow Road, Draper ME. 5-6742 Library Assistant 3, 4, Future Homemakers 4. SHOUGH, BARBARA LEE 106 Reservoir Sheet, Spray MA. 3-7640 Bible Club 2. SILVER, FRANK MORRIS 300 Lawson Street, Leaksville MA. 3-3362 National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Science Club 4, Secretary 4, Aethetes 4, Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Superlative 4. SIMPSON, SUSAN ELIZABETH 328 Klyce Street, Leaksville MA. 3-3930 Hoineroom Officer 3, 4, Office Assistant 3, 4, Color Guard 4, Annual Staff 4, Future Homemakers 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Rainbows 2, 3, 4. SMITH, ELAINE PIERCE Caleb Street, Spray SOMERS, IERRY FRANKLIN 439 Delaware Avenue, Draper ME. 5-6321 D. E. I 3, D. E. II 4, Dramatics 2, 3, 4. STEGALL, IUDY GARLAND Reidsville Road, Leaksville MA. 3-2459 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Future Homemakers 2. Senior Directory STEPHENS, MARSHA ANN 400 Clarkway, Spray MA. 3-7543 Class Oflpicer 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Future Teachers 3, 4, Superlative 4. STEPHENSON, LYNN HARDINC 208 Elliot Avenue, Leaksville MA. 3-3612 SXVINNEY, RONALD FRANKLIN Pine Hill Street. Spray MA. 3-3803 D. E. I and II 4, Bus Driver 3. TALBERT, JOSEPH HENRY, JR. 328 Park Avenue, Leaksville MA 3-7292 Football 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Homeroom Oflicer 2. TALBOTT, IXIARCARET ANN 210 XVilliow Avenue, Leaksville IWA. 3-2646 Future Teachers 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Homeroom Officer 3, 4. TAYLOR, MARY ANN 402 Pitcher Avenue, Spray MA. 3-6666 THOMAS, EVA FRANCES Route 2, Box 116, Leaksville D. E. I and II 4. THORNTON, PAUL RURRELL, IR. Route 1, Box 43, Leaksville MA. 3-6943 THURIXIAN, EUNICE LORRAINE 583 Overlook Avenue, Leaksville NIA. 3-6003 Bible Club 2. TUCKER, MARY CATHERINE 101 Hill Street, Spray MA. 3-7598 Future Home-makers 2. TRENT, PRISCILLA ANN 107 Shedcl Street, Spray MA. 3-2306 Future Homemakers 4, Library Assistant 3, Bible Club 2. ' TRENT. BRENDA LEE Route 2, Ridgeway Road, Leaksville MA. 3-7839 Clee Club 4: National Honor Society Future Teachers 4. VERNON. FRANCES LAVONNE 1013 Bryant Street, Leaksville MA. 3-3821 Rainbows 2, 3, 4, Future Homemaker Office Assistant 4. 4: s4: VESTAL, BOBBY WOODRON- 601 Victor Street, Spray MA. 3-7914 Basketball 3, Homeroom Oflicer 2. WVADE, JAMES LEE 1300 Wfashington Street, Leaksville MA. 3-7934 Hi-Y 2, D. E. I, D. E. II. WADE, YVILLIAM MICHAEL 404 Ridge Avenue, Draper ME. 5-3952 XVATKINS, TED VERNEAL Stoneville Road, Leaksville Bus Driver 2, 4. WEADON, SHIRLEY ANN 113 Long Street, Draper ME. 5-4311 Newspaper Editor 1, Leadership Award 1, Marshall 3, Clec Club 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, 4, Homeroom Oflicer 3, Future Homemakers 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Annual staff 2, 3, Typist 4, Office Assistant 4, Class Ohqcer 4. YVILLARD, DOUGLAS XVILLIAM Route 2, Box 159, Leaksville MA. 3-3913 Bus Driver 3, 4. WOOD, PATRICIA MARIE Route 2, Morgan Road, Leaksville Public Speaking 4. XVOODLIEFF, EDDIE LEE 113 Morgan Street, Spray MA. 3-6435 D. E. I and II 4. XVOODY, IANIE KAY 301 First Street, Leaksville MA. 3-6291 4 4 Clec Club 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, Annual Staif 3, Future Homemakers 2, Bible Club 2. WRIGHT. BARBARA ARLENE john Street, Spray MA. 3-2630 Bible Club 2, Homeroom Officer 4, Basketball 3. YOUNG. 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