Mount Airy High School - Airmont Yearbook (Mount Airy, NC)

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'I' 'ifgt ke 5 A 7 I if A-,'q,,+'Q'f ,, 4, ll- 1, .gy-x A 8 'JQJA b A-.Nts ,V mf g J 'JG ' -wa 4 ' Q P-'f f A .v . M ' ' f - ' 4' 1 Q' -- ,, eque-'rg yP'sA2?QiQ Savill-WB' Q LM, od K' 1 A .ig Q xNXxQ P w A X1 Wi ' lf, yay. iff? Www .fflfijflfdyy WMM W WW E I 1 CONTENTS SCHOOL AND ADMINISTRATION FELLOW STUDENTS SCHOOL LIFE CLASSWORK AND TEACHERS ORGANIZATIONS ATHLETICS COMMUNITY FRIENDS INDEX n--3.1, Qi 24564596 YW -QQ FOREWORD What thlngs from our school life wlll be longest remember ed and most treasured? Mount Alry Hugh School boasts along with hugh standards of scholarship and behclvlor a rare good feellng and co operation among both faculty and students a quality lntrrgurngly expressed by Mary Ellen Chase as A GOODLY FELLOWSHIP The wldely publrcrzed blackboard lungle and delinquent behavior problem atmosphere of so many schools has garn ed no head way here We are proud of the genuine respect llkmg and helpful spmt that draw us close to each other and to our teachers We are proud of our Goodly Fellow shup' In this sixth volume of Altmont we present the story of that fellowshrp for now and for the future We hope you like It Susie Dobson Editor Dorothy Hull Business Manager I N2 I , g lf a 4.53 o Q EX Q y ft. K l L5 W ' 5 J'-sr -41-4-It True fellowship is concern. TOP: 1956 students voluntarily gave time to coach failing seniors. The program is continuing this year under the leader- ship of Dorothy Hull lstancling rightl. RIGHT: Ann ,s ifffw i Wmfwfi -""'7 Allred and Elaine Hoover originators ofthe lan i P r talk to Miss Holder about points to cover in Eng- lish. Students enjoy the activities--curricular and extra- curricular--and associations of school life. ,QQ Mr. Johnson, a licensed pilot, finds flying good relaxation from sour notes. Miss Holder spends an evening doing a two-tone iob on English papers. Mrs. Barringer, Mrs. Mackie, and Mrs. Boyles attend a banquet. T? 705 XXEKIIAWQ 0234 KRIGHTD Coach Shelton makes a tough iudge for Twirp season court. CBELOWJ Mr. Williams and George, Jr., spend happy hours at Claytor Lake. L , g 4 who also experience fellowship in recreation and in work. 1 Us ik N X fx N E W .6 Lis' 7 f Mrs, Mory Boyles, Junior Woman's Club AJMJW f756'5v JWLQ 6 XEKL- - r-zewner, loolcs over the latest memorial books donated to the bigb scliool library by the local club. wliicli offers varied training, work experience A fun, and material satisfaction. r-1 'ii .Ld-m-of 'L ig? 554,44 SLAZY' I -ffafrrclg 5- - 6444- Www?-7W5KVW'fj dp . land- ' In 'E-54'-'51 'X U' A- . f C 'I ' I , , "' , sn . Mg 1 " . ,X Q N, ,,,,,,.,.-M.....v--,44rn- Our Formtror Scenesg Main Street, Church, Quarry, Y. M CA., Mountains, Homo. LSQK -rw , - fi' U-7 0... . ' -I nv" Qi' I BX 5 . K A V Q. W, M R S' JAG K V' , wg? :W C T? if 10 FALL School agam new frlends added to the old home work club actrvntles football crlsp frosty alr a burst of glorrous olor mountam trrps burning leaves WINTER Chrlstmasfun basketball exams Twlrp season sunlnght glrntlng on snow capped mountains our own famlllar surroundings turned into a farryland of whnte heavy coats warm houses SPRING The last mad rush banquets baseball plcnlcs on the mountam soft warm arr glorious green world azalea magic exams again concerts plays graduation nostalgic good bys Z9 'x Q' 1 J 'X 1' xy "lf we find but one to whom we can speak out of our heart freely, with whom we can walk in love and simplicity without dissimu- lation, we have no ground of quarrel with the world or God." -Stevenson, Travels With a Donkey Principal H. M. Finch 1 5 ! 13 Mrs. Lillian Johnson, secretary to the superintendent, gives cheerful, efficient help. N. Y 3 f -urfh ,t il-I J V' ' Mr. Robert M. Smith, District Association President for i955- 56. MM 92 Mount Airy was host to the l956 Twelth District N. C. State School Boards Association in March. Approximately 200 school officials and board members of five Northwest counties attended the group discussions and dinner meet- ing--all held at the high school. BELOW: Dorothy Hull conducts a group of visitors on a tour of the high school. I Principal H. M. Finch and Super- ' intendent L. B. Pendergraph dis- cuss a school communication. 14 mme gwmlz YJQMY km 5 Ag 1 SEATED W I Monday Mour S Marfun chaurman L B Pendergroph superuntendent Maruon Burke STANDING S S Hennus Jr R M Nelson John B Wolfe and R M Smuth SCHOOL BOARD An expandung school populatuon brings our admunustratuon uncreasung problems un hous ng teacher recruufment and materuals The deducated publuc spuruted servuces of all board members superuntendent and pruncupal guve us a school Vo be proud of Mr Marlon Burke who uouned the school board thus year funds Aumuont guves a clear pucture of what goes on un the hugh school WW, 15 .k- uv 7' V , g ,ay f . u ff 4,- : , X lf" , lub A . W T 4' " - 2 Y ' 'V 5 A , ,AN '- - a ' r , - -. I '4 o I .X .. ' Q. K or ..,. ,Q A : . . g ' . ' , ' 5 - - , I I l - : . . ' , .g . . 1 . 5 . . . i , ' , ' . ' , vu ' I ' I ' I ,' -L " 1 I ' " 1 In X - 5 1 u , M I 1 I A I b Ilia" S, ., , , . is L - 1, B lx- lm WA 'A - I . 'A ' .. ' ,I 'A' lx", A A C., 4 ., u, X-. ,, - . .u 'fi . 3 . B L . , +., W "dj , , V X42 N A no u ,A 1 WMWYQMQQ Q SENIORS . '5 Y, u 3, w I SUPERLATIVES N A JUNIORS ga soPHoMoREs , X. FRESHMEN 1 f. K X H N 5. 'L 1 1 1 y 1 1 K 16 ff ,fLfCMLL if' Y. Senlor class Presrdent Worrell Kurtz rught makes plans wrth Jo Anne Southern treasurer Larry Frank secretary and Sue Simmons vrce presrdent I Mrs Barrlnger advrses the class nrght speakers on commencement procedure John Cashwell hrstorran Dot Hull poet Phrl Smith testator and Kathleen Simmons prophet 19 5 5 ve 1527? 3. CAROL ADKINS PATTI ARRINGTON JOSEPHINE ATKINS DAVID BANKS DON BEASON CAROL ADKINS: Latin Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y 4. PATTI ARR- INGTON: Track l525 Softball l525 Glee Club l525 4-H Club I525 F. H. A. I525 Beta Club 2 fFlat Rockl5 Basketball I52,3545 Monogram Club 3545 Girls Athletic Association secretary 45 Tri-Hi-Y 354. JOSEPHINE ATKINS: Glee Club l,45 Tri-Hi-Y 354. DAVID BANKS: Glee Club 4. BONNIE BELTON: Newport News High School I525 Stu- dent Council l5 Junior Chorus 25 Latin Club 25 Soccer 25 Hockey 25 Tennis 25 Tri-Hi-Y 354. EDDIE BONDURANT: Latin Club 25 Hi-Y 3545 Library assistant2. SUSAN BOYD: I:.H.A. l52,3545 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 Hall monitor 253. CAROL BRANNOCK: Tri-Hi-Y 3545 Hall monitor 45 F. H. A. 4. BETTY JO BRAY: Student Council I525 Latin Club 25 Glee Club I52,3545 president 45 F.H.A. 45 Cheerleader 45 Monogram Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3545 Jr.-Sr. prom committee 35 Wittiest girl 45 Office page 45 Library assistant 3. DEAN BROWN: Hi-Y 3545 Latin Club 25 Library assistant 25354. RUTH BROWN: Tri-Hi-Y 3545 F. H. A. I525 Substitute bus driver 354. VIRGINIA BUSICK: Glee Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 4. JOHN CASH- WELL: Student Council l545 president 45 Hi-Y 3545 Mono- gram Club 3,45 Football I,3545 Hall monitor I,2,45 Latin Club 25 vice-president 25 Marshal 35 Class vice-president I5 Mr. M.A.H.S. candidate 2535 Class historian 4. ANN CHILDRESS: Basketball I52535 Monogram Club 253,45 Office page 45 Hall monitor 3545 Tri-Hi-Y 354. FRED CHILDRESS: Football manager 4. SENIOR FRIENDSHIPS DEEPEN BONNIE BELTON RUTH BROWN G' gg Mildred Robertson and Douglas Simmons find that English IV reading is important5 they select books from the senior shelf. Z0 5 t .asmggy G. Q-g. PH? EDDIE BONDURANT VIRGINIA BUSICK Winning the honor of serving as marshal by being one of the ten iuniors with the highest scholastic average is one of the greatest thrills in high school, ABOVE LEFT: Larry Franlc hands out programs to marshals ,John Cashwell, Kathleen Simmons, and Susie Dob- son. ABOVE RIGHT: Marshals Roland Jones, Dorothy Hull, and Johnnie Inman look over commencement programs. Eddie Bondurant emcees the senior assembly, "Gathur Adlrey and His Talent Sprouts", B E R E V E D written by Susie Dobson and Betty Jo Bray. PATTY SUE BOWEN SUSAN BOYD CAROL BRANNOCK LARRY CANNOY JOHN CASHWELL ANN CHILDRESS BETTY JO BRAY DEAN BROWN FRED CHILDRESS JACK CHILDRESS 'E? fi? iff' ffm fr- ., 11,1 ,I JANE EDWARDS: Intramural basketball Zgstudent Council alternate 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 reporter 4, Student secretary to Guidance Counselor 4. BETTY .IO ELLIS: F, H. A. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Glee Club 4. ISHMAEL FOREST: Latin Club 2, Basketball I,2,3,4g Football 2,3,4j Czlee Club I,2,3,4, Hi-Y 3,4g Monogram Club 2,3,4. LARRY FRANK: Hi-Y 3,4, Glee Club 2,3,4, treasurer 4, Football I,2,3,4, Basketball I,2,3,4, Latin Club 2, Stu- dent Council alternate 2,45 Hall monitor I, Class secre- tary I,4. JO ELLA GILBERT: Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Hall 'nonitor 4. MARY GOARD: Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, F. H. A. I,2,3,4, Cliap- lain 4, Hall monitor 3,4 FREDDY GRAY: Bona I,2g Bus driver 3. BOBBY GWYN: Hi-Y 3,4, Monogram Club I,2,3, treasurer 4, Baseball I,2,3,4, Basketball I,2,3,4. JIMMY IIALE: Football I,2,3,4, Monogram Club 2,3,4, Hi-Y 3,4, Hall monitor 4. BARBARA HALL: Glee Club 3, Library assis' tant 4. 741, , . , M C ,If I' 4' ,rf A Y ,fr I , L Joan Slate and Sue Simmons display musical talent in tbe senior assembly. SCHOOL LIFE INCREASE BETTY JO LLIS ISHMAEL FOREST LARRY FRANK JO ELLA GILBERT TOM GLASS MARY GOARD FREDDY GRAY BOBBY GWYN JIMMY HALE BARBARA HALL J fs. , TP! YI" '99 15.5 -Q 405 1 --.Y fi' i 'A an YYY DEBBIE HAUSER PEGGY HAYNES RAY HEMRICK EDSEL HIATT ALLEN HOYT DOROTHY HULL JOHNNEE MAE INMAN BILL JACKSON THE LAST YEAR OF WORK AND DEBBIE HAUSER: Glee Club l,2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 Cheer- leader 2,35 Monogram Club 2,3545 Editor-in-Chief High Spots 45 Latin Club 25 Miss MAHS candidate l,35 Queen of Hearts candidate l5 Class officer 2,35 Jr.-Sr. prom com- mittee chairman 35 Student Council l,2,35 Marshal 35 Candidate for Student Council president 35 Homecoming sponsor 3. PEGGY HAYNES: Glee Club l,2,35 Office page 4. EDSEL HIATT: Hi-Y 3,45 Monogram Club l,2,3,45 president 45 Baseball l,2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Student Council ser- geant-at-arms 45 Jr.-Sr. prom committee 3. JEAN HIATT: Tri-Hi-Y 45 Hall monitor 45 Spanish Club 4. MARGARET HODGES: Glee Club l lDaytona Beach High SchoolJ5 Girls' J-V basketball manager 25 Library assistant 253,45 Tri-Hi-Y 354. ALLEN HOYT: Hi-Y 45 Hall monitor 4. DOROTHY HULL: Winner of Lions Club Essay Trophy 25 President F. H. A. l,25 Basketball l,25 Spanish Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 chap- lain 45 Student Council l,2,35 secretary 35 candidate for Student Council vice-president 35 Class secretary 35 Marshal 35 Miss MAHS candidate 35 Airmont Staff 3,45 business manager 45 Jr.-Sr. prom committee 35 Class poet 45 Girl most likely ta succeed 45 Most studious girl 4. MARTHA JONES NORMAN JONES ROLAND JONES JAMES JORDAN .Vx 'Six' ,pt- 5.1 ll v. L l ROY HIATT MARGARET JARVIS 9 JUNE MARTIN LINDA MASSEY Frances Sanders and Jimmy Rell pantomine Gum" in tI'ie senior assembly. MILDRED ROBERTSON FRANCES SANDERS it i . 'ix A I kv sn -KL.-1' TOMMY MAYBERRY PEGGY MONDAY BOBBY MOODY JUNE MARTIN: Glee Club Ig Tri-I-li-Y 3,4g Office Page 4: Student Council alternate 4g Spanisli Club 3. LINDA MAS- SEY: Glee Club I,2g Tri'I-li-Y 3,4g I-lall monitor 4: F. H. A. 2,3,4. TOMMY MAYBERRY: Football I,2,3,4g Glee Club 2,3,4g Monogram Club 2,3,4g vice-president 4g Hi-Y 3,4g ' Baseball 2g Latin Club 3gWittiest boy 4. PEGGY MONDAY: SENIORS PREPARE FOR COLLEGE ll . t 1 Glce Club 2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 3,4g Monogram Club 2,3,4g Eas- ., ketball 2,3,4g Football sponsor 4. ll if lg BOBBY R. Moom. Football i,2,3,4, Basketball I,2,3,A, ixi Q Monogran' Club I,2,3,4g Most atbletic boy 45 I'li-Y 3,4g Eoy witli best personality 4. JIMMY PELL: Hi-Y 3,4g . sergeant-at-arms 4g Glee Club I,2,3,A: Monogram Club 2,3,4, vice-president 4g Football I,2,3,4g Jr.-Sr. Pron' confrfittee 3. MARILYN PHILLIPS: Basketball Ig Library gg ,assistant 2,35 ,-Iirinmil Staff 4g Tri-Hi-Y 3,4g vice-presi- ,A dent 4g Latin Club 2g Jr,-Sr. Rrom committee 3g Student 'ii Council alternate lg I-lomecoming sponsor 3. GENE PRUETT: Football I,2,3,4g co-captain 4g Hi-Y 3,4g Monogram Club 3,4g Glee Club 3,4g Latin Club 2. GEORGE gil QUESINBERRY: Hi-Y 3,4g Latin Club Zi Hall monitor 4. MILDRED ROBERTSON: Tri-I-lx-Y 3,45 F. H. A. 3,45 l 2 Office page 4. FRANCES SANDERS: Willces Central I"ligI1 i Scbool I,2,3g Band Club Ig Band I,2,3,4g Librarian 3g I Maiorette 2,3: Student Council 3: secretary-elect 3: Jr.- Sr. bostess 2g Jr.-Sr. committee 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3,4g Hall monitor 4. Z 'Chewing FRANCES SIIACKLEFORD PAUL- SHEI-TON CLARA SIMMONS nw. dx 'P-r I R? M1 .1 img, 41 PHILLIP NICHOLS JIMMY PELL MARILYN PHIL WORK, ARMY, AND HOMEMAKING FRANCES SHACKLEFORD: Basketball l,2,3,4, Tri-Hi- Y 3,4, Girl's Athletic Association president 4, Most athle- tic girl 4, Monogram Club 3,4, Bus driver l,2,3,4. PAUL SHELTON: Library Club l,2, Monogram Club l,2, Glee Club l,2, Franklin High School l,2, Baseball l,2,4, Bas- ketball l,2,4, Football l,2,4, Office page 4, Hi-Y 3,4, chaplain 4. CLARA SIMMONS: Glee Club l,2, Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Student Council I, Spanish Club 4, Office page 4. DOUGLAS SIMMONS: l'li-Y 3,4, Hall monitor 2,4. KATHLEEN SIM- MONS: Miss MAHS Candidate l,2,4, Hall monitor 2,4, Student Council l,2,4, vice-president 4, Latin Club secre- tary 2, Monogram Club l,2, Homecoming sponsor l,4, Girl's Athletic Association 3,4, Basketball l,2,3,4, High Spots associate editor, picture editor 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Marshal 3, Class prophet 4. SUE SIMMONS: Student Council alternate I, representative 3,4, Latin Club vice-president 2, Glee Club l,2,3,4, assis- tant accompanist I,2, accompanist 3,4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Class president 3, vice-president 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom committee 3, High Spots feature editor, exchange editor 4. MARY FRAN- CES SIMPSON: Basketball l,2, Student Council alternate l,4, Glee Club l,3, Monogram Club 2,3,4, Cheerleader 2, 3,4, chief 4, Latin Club secretary 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, presi- dent 4, representative to Interstate Conference 3, Home- coming sponsor 3, Hall monitor 4, Most popular girl 4, Girl with best personality 4, lligli Spots business manager, advertising manager 4, Girl's Athletic Association 4, Homecoming candidate 4. DAN SLATE: Hi-Y 3,4, treasurer 4, Monogram Club 3,4, Football 3,4, Band l,2,3,4, Latin Club 2. The interest and help of our friends in town make possible a better school. Kenny Watson discusses his High Spots sports page with Times sports editor William Carter. DOUGLAS SIMMONS KATHLEEN SIMMONS SUE SIMMONS 1""? LIPS GENE PRUETT GEORGE QUESINBERRY MARY F. SIMPSON DAN SLATE T? T ,,, JOAN SLATE PEGGY SMITH PHIL SMITH ROY LEE SMITH WILMA SMITH JO ANNE SOUTHERN SARA .IO SPARGER LEON STANLEY BETTY LOU STARR HELEN STEELE JOAN SLATE: Stoneville High School l,2, Glee Club I,2,4, Cheerleader 2,4, Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, secretary 4, Prettiest girl 4, Library Club I,2, Beta Club 3, Annual staff l,2, F. H. A. Club I,2, Class Treasurer 2, Monogram Club 4, Homecoming candidate 4. PEGGY FRANCES SMITH: Basketball I,2,3,4, Library assistant 3, Monogram Club 3,4, secretary 4, Iligll Spots circulation manager, sports editor 4, Girls Athletic Assoc- iation vice-president 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. PHIL SMITH: Foot- ball I,2,3,4, Hi-Y 3,4, president 4, Band l,2,3,4, secre- tary 2, Latin Club president 2, Student Council 4, alter- nate I, Most likely to succeed 4, Testator 4, Hall monitor FAYE STRICKLAND CAROLENE SURRATT ROBERT THOMAS BETTY THORE EDWARD TICKLE with 4, Chief marshall 3, Monogram Club 2,3,4. GRADUATION BRINGS HAPPINESS, RELIEF, v i' Q9 """l:"' E I .....At School Betty .lo Payne 1939-1956 . . . . . At Home, Trying To Keep Up With Her Home Work. . . . . Betty Jo Payne, a member of the class of 1957, became ill of cancer in the spring of 1955. In August her left leg was amputated. After returning home Betty Jo attempted to go on with her school work as long as she was able. She died in October, 1956. ROY LEE SMITH: Hi-Y 3,4, Latin Club 2, Student council 4, Office page 3. WILMA SMITH: Glee Club 2,4, Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, F. H. A. Club l,2,3,4, secretary 1, song leader 2,3, county officer 3, vice-president 4, Basketball 1,2,3, Monogram Club 2,3, Football sponsor 3. JO ANNE SOUTH- ERN: Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Latin Club 2, Hall monitor 2, Queen of Hearts candidate 2, Class treasurer 4, Jr.-Sr. prom committee 3, Airmont Staff 3,4. SARA JO SPARGER: Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, F. H. A. Club 2,3,4, Basketball 1. LEON STANLEY: Hi- Y 4, Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2. BETTY LOU STARR: Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, F. H. A. Club 2,3,4, officer 3,4, Office page 3,4. HELEN STEELE: Class treasurer 1,2, F. H. A. Club 3,4, officer 3,4, Basketball 1, Glee Club l,2,3,4, Cheerleader 2,3,4, Monogram Club 2,3,4, Tri-Hi- AND NOSTALGIC MEMORIES Y 3,4. FAYE STRICKLAND: F. H. A. Club 1, Hall moni- tor I, Latin Club 2. CAROLENE SURRATT: Tri-Hi-Y 4. ROBERT THOMAS: Basketball I,2,3,4, Baseball I,2,3,4, Monogram Club 1,2,3,4. BETTY JO THORE: Basketball 1,2, Hall monitor 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, F. H. A. Club 4. RICHARD VAUGHN: Hi-Y 3,4, Latin Club 2, Football 1,2,3,4, captain 4, Jr.- Sr. prom committee 3, Basketball 1,2, Proiectionist 1,2,3, 4, Monogram Club 2,3,4, vice-president 4, Hall monitor 1,2,3, Mr. MAHS candidate I. KENNY WATSON: Hi-Y 3,4, secretary 4, Latin Club 2, Office page 3,4, High Spots sports editor 4. .IANE WELCH: Glee Club 1,2,3,4, F.H. A. Club 3,4, officer 4. RANDY WILLARD: Latin Club 2, Hi-Y 3,4. BARBARA YOUNG: Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Tri-Hi Y 3,4, F. H. A. 2,3,4, president 4. RICHARD VAUGHN KENNY WATSON JANE WELCH RANDELL WILLARD BARBARA YOUNG N..4k 'fx 'k. ,L 45, "f.-fi' " '-LD 3' i BEST LOOKING Joan Slate and Worrell Kurtz MOST ATHLETIC Frances Shackleford and Bobby Moody MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Phil Smith and Dorothy Hull MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED Mary Frances Simpson and Jimmy Cox vt MOST POPULAR Mary Frances Simpson and Worrell Kurtz WITTIEST Tommy Mayberry and Betty Jo Bray W. .J M81 ., s. MOST STUDIOUS Dorothy Hull and Roland Jones BEST PERSONALITY Bobby Moody and Mary Frances Simpson .,A'f"x J Frxendshlps begln w1th 11k 1ng or grantude roots that can be pulled P ll George Ehot Damel Deronda U nde r c la s s m an prestzge was gwen a boost last sprmg when these g1r1s won the 1ntramura1 basketball trophy for homeroom 205 Sara Mxdkxff dmsplays the trophy to team SEATED Faye M1115 Joan Flem xng Brenda Cooke, Diane Sxmmons BACK ROW Margurette Croft Patsy S1mmons and Anne Goad 32 nllvk"V ""':sl4"' NF RR STR THE BEAR Q I? la .K Jlm Balty Jxmmy F Barker giggle 9 'vs fn -QQ I A-rx ,- , x. y we Q X , x X Mary' Ann Barker Rachel Callaway Johnnie France 6, ist fra 1- : 0 T gh at 1 1 5 Faye Bennett Barbara Carpenter Cla rk Gilbe rt Belva Beck Jerry Beverly Donald Cannoy Martha Carroll Judy Gardner Hazel Gr1ff1th JUNIOR MAJORETTES Majorettes Cynthia T illot s o n , Mary Ruth Vogler and Peggy Vogler practice for the xr part in half time festivities. 0, 6: 4- . 'fs R 'gf' Q9- ?"!' Cnlrner Blackburn Al1ce Blackstock Helen Bond L1nda Bowman Peggy Ch1ldress James Craddock Reg1na.ld Dav1s Belva Deatherage Faye Hall Sylv1a Hall Franklm Hawks Betty Haynes M1chaelBlackman Johnny Blue Nancy Bondaurant Patr1c1a Bowman Nancy Colhns Ceceha Crow Aravoley Dawson Lmda Dowell Jerry Hall Kenneth Harr1s Hayford Hawks Peggy Haynes Betty H1att Harold Hodges Janie Holloway Kay Huffman Sam Inman Wayne Johnson Lmda Jones Steve Jones Tommy Henms Margaret Hxatt Patr1c1a Hodges Shelby Hooper Joe Johnson Gaynell Jones Raynell Jones ea 'V Q. QU' -wg e' 'UN N M W vx I, W'- 1 Q? f X'-5 U 'YI g, W,-7' Wm' fx Wi I G'!l.f' All-J 77 M we -Q if e- W 3 X ,L Zyiffifi ae je fi 4 . W 1 e A .W 5 ' ' , a t . .wa t1-.1.e.,,a,- s gg, li,5:,,k1,l,. Q 1 fa i 9' 21 K e r t 4 1?- f mn . . . .ef Q so I . 1 5. W f Si v f x X ' , Wanona Jones Joyce Kirkman Annie Marsh Mabel McMillian Sara Lou Phillips Jenny Pruett Don Pulliam George Quesinberry ' Edward Smith George Smith Peggie Smith Stewart Smith James Kingsberfv Polly Kirkman Betty Memiuien Larry Meredith Phyllis Poore Roger Puckett Mary Pulliam Sylvia Ramsey Gary Smith -T'-1119 Smith Shannon Smith Bonnie Sparger ,,-M' Todd Taylor, who joined the juniors late, works in home room during activity period. The jun- ior rooms are so c r owde d that Todd and five other boys spend home room pe riods in the home economics lab. 36 JUNIOR Vera Carl Thomas Mickey Watson Nancy Thomas Faye Wats on S. f 1 W L X b 12: Ziff 2, Ronnie Alderman Don Anderson Richard Armfield Billy Baber Tollie Barber .Tim Barber Larry Beason Q Wayne Benge A Mary Louise Blue Q Q Y Elizabeth Bondurant Q at .7, Buddy Bowman Virginia Bowman M Mary Frances Boyd Richard Boyles :" 1 Roger Boyles ' Hilda Brannock ' Jerry Brannock ' X - I- 5.5 Edwin Brinkley Dorothy Bunn Edmund Burke Billy Campbell 1 snr? Q "r Pat Carpenter Wesley Caviness Maxie Chandler Carol Childress Ruth Chilton Thorne Clark Lewis Clement Rodney Clifton Frances Coalson Rachel Collins Vance Collins Larry Combs r Brenda Cooke Kenneth Cook 9' - 'W as Qiwfi ,m tl ,bly sSf:f4..':'fi53EQ M533 WF'!f"!'tS'k5 it Y ag, Ng: R K! K f , nw CLASS OFFICERS President - Sara Midkiffg Secretary - Mildred . . . Sheltong Vice-President - Vaughn Gwyng Treas- izriialgiiklifti 1Ii3gg:3SEh1lEP:2I3 ul-er ' Edmund Burke' record hits magazine. , 'ss Bobby Sox gives big sister a confusing even- ing. Wondering what it is all about are Suz- anne Lewis, Sandra Holder, Scherer James, Donald Weddle, L e wis Cle m e nt , Wesley Caviness, and Thorne Clark. Q x Ns Q V3 ' 5 3 Y 3'! '29 Gle nn Yokley and Mildred Shelton enliven a scene from "A Date for Bobby Sox" - an as- sembly program by the class of 1959. --A b..l-v-- Angelina D'Amico 1 Tony D'Amico Q I - Charles Easter Q ' G It '8 'V Clara Edinger 'r ' lg 3 ' 9 gg 531, Johnnie Mae Edwards y 'Sq fi ' Carol sue Euis X egg X , Jimmy Fleming X '-,- 5 5 I X Joan Fleming rw Sandra Frye W Q Jerry Gilbert 3, 6. xx 1 . h ' ' Eleanor Gillespie J, :LA f V 4- Anne Goad Q , 'xv , 'Q "' , Peggy Goins 'A' Q .. 73" 'J Katie Gravely l N K - 'xg gl, ' V, Eddie Gray wi J Y" Charles Greenwood ,y Douglas Griffin ' 'G' S- .. V ' -v v., Carol Ann Gwyn f Q A 5 fi, ' ,V Vaughn Gwyn Y G f ' " A Y I James Harvey fx Qi' 5 Ronald Haym ore .W't 1 'WQE 7, ' " ,W . . . Eddie Hemrick Billy Henderson Cleo Hiatt Margaritta Hiatt . Mary Ann Hicks Sandra Holder Loretta Hooper A an L31 gi Q L XM as 63 Brenda Horton Zan Hunter Ruby Hunter Sammy Hunter Jimmy Jacobs Scherer James Harry Lee Johnson , .ni an ,- Q: sf: f X 5. f.. E Iv I fr. N , ' is I SOPHOMORES -xg, Eg! is . , . . 4 ? T' M K ea 5 g QQ' ne, Ffh trty P Y Q J L A X' Q as lla: -2 ir ' 2 .J 55 'E' nl, vs Qt x 'A 1 L 3 vu-Q ,v.:n H ' Q 1 ,xx . 5 il 1 , 5, .,,h , ,V , f . :K sr QV 4 - T? - +" ' , dig . J i. 9 A 1 f i fx... 5 C me It . .Yf . .A 0,1-K 1 1 i l 5 A ij. 1 D PM - f M L ' ff 2 1 1 1, 'i J if , -as . 3, V F I 51.1 'ff f Q xr ,X -5, ' Q WML ifs' l LJ " 0' Carol Johnston Margaret Jones Patricia Jones Richard Kelley Suzanne Lewis Patricia Loftis Frank Lowry Clinton Martin Dennis Martin John Martin Mary Frances Matthews Betty Jean McBride Margaret McCann Bryan McMillian Sara Midkiff Faye Mills Linda Mills Annette Monday James Monroe Alfred Moorefield Juanita Morrison Linda Norman Alice Owens Jerry Owens Barry Patterson Lois Patterson J. D. Paul Linda Payne Marylene Puckett Frank Ramsey Iris Shelton Judith Shelton Mildred Shelton Bonnie Shinault David Simmons Dianne Simmons Mike Simmons Patsy Simmons Sue Smith Jason Snow Don Starling Jerry Starr Guido Sutter Joe Thomas Bonnie Tickle Charles Triplette Carolyn Vaughn Tommy Vaughn Alton Watson Betsy Watts Don Weddle Naomi Welborn Brenda Westmoreland Philip Westmoreland Mike Williams Carolyn Woodie Carolyn Worrell Gail Wright Glenn Yokley Bonnie Yopp CLASS OFFICERS V1ce Presmdent Johnny Sanders Secretary Betty Collms Treasurer P1nky He nn1s Presxdent Joby Smlth flfwzl I tg AIAJKFYL4 Ava LALJZX4 1, 7 4.-vw 1,- Xjucizli Mm z 46 If -zlflfb Lqdsdg Cm KMJIS XNQAMJJ AMQM FRESHMAfN CL ss Mary Lou Adkxns Davxd Adk1sson Ga11 Allen Ruth Ande rs on Phylhs Arrlngton B111 Ashle y Nelda Atkins Johnny Badgett Sue Carol Beasley Crystal Belton Wayne Bennett Tommy B1rks Carol Sue B1shop Jackle Bowman Betty Jean Bowman Everett Bowman Ann1e Faye Boyles Freddy Bradford Charles Branch Anme Lou Branscomb J D Brxnkley Alama Brmtle nw Leon Brown Ernest Burgess Brenda Burke B111 Byrd Barbara Chandler Cleo Chandler Leo Chandler Barbara Cheek Clara Cluldress Jayne Chxldress Tommy Chlldress Wayne Chlldress Elalne Clement I Wu' 'I' 5-1 EEL! ren 41 J Q f 1 . . , f Lgfgij ' "1 J fi f ' S 4 ' I' - Qiiffliv' ffm f L J 4 'K ' 4' K1 , K ,595 1 1 J S Q 7 ' 1 yn. , L A . 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'Y 'vs N-.V fa, 'trr "' YL' f FRESHMEN as L r Q., 'J 5 4 E , -4 .L 'ffl Q., 'un vs is Ag Y-'7?'1 6230 New 42 Claudine Colbert Betty Collins Helen Collins Brenda Combs Mike Cook Robin Cooke Jake Cox Nancy Cox Carolyn Cru1se Lewxs Dalton Glenda Davenport Tommy Dav1s Bobby Dean Ronald Dollyhlgh Carolyn Dowell Arnold Easter Erm1ne Easter M1ldred Easter Delmar Eaton Chr1st1ne Edwards Margaret Gammons Jerry Gates Susan Goad Buddy Goxns Freddy Goms M1nn1e Gwyn Brenda Han' Jan ce Hall Trent Harkrader Frank Harrxs Jxmrny Harrxs Patr1c1a Harvey Let1t1a Hawks Nancy Hawkes Arthur Haynes Ruth Haynes Wade Haynes Andy Henn1s Charles Hennxs Garnet Hennls Bllly H1att Oscar H111 L1nda Hull Brenda Inman Sandra Inman Mary Catherlne Jackson Nancey Jackson Gary Jarrell Ann Beth Johnson Don Johnson Faye Johnson John Johnson O11n1a Jones Rachel Jones Stephen Jones Ne1l1e Kennedy Ga1l Key James Key Brenda Kzng Mary Kxng Robert Kukman Jo Ann Lawson Mary Nell Lawson Helen Levermng Bobby D Love L1nda Love Lena Mae Lynch June Lynos Robert Mar1on Brenda Marshall Glenda Mart1n Terry Mart1n - N 4 E 4 V W Y' . - E I - x E 1 -X I "iff, ' A rtta t r'a7, , Z -- 4 g N W we . ga 4 ,, U' I -. fgf 3, . 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L1el1e Mae McHone Judy Merntt Del1lah Mxdluff Jerry M1ller Lmda M1115 Geraldme Monday Barbara Money Nancy Moore Carl Mosley Shlrley Moss Earl Nelson Jerry N1chols Judy Norman Brenda Patterson Sparky Paul L1nda Paul Mondale Payne Ken Peeples Bobby Pell Dan Pendleton Jxmmy Ph1ll1ps Kenneth Pruett Jxmmy D Puckett Jlmmy G Puckett Wyatt Puckett Mary Frances Pull1an1 P D Pyles W1ll1am Reece Mary Ellen Reeves Patty Roberts Ben Robertson Ray Rogers Johnny Sanders Roger Sawyer Ronald Sechr1st Sammy Self Mlldred Semones Wxse Semones Aaron Shelton Freddy Shelton Jeffery Shelton Ph1l1p Shelton Jlmmy Slceloff Twa1n Sxmmons J1mmy Slate Charles Sm1th Larry Smlth Joby Sm1th Larry Smxth Buddy Sm1th George Sparger Margaret Spencer Howard Sumner L1nda Surratt Ehzabeth Sykes Annetta Taylor Johnny Taylor Lxbby Tesh Roy Thomas James T1l1y J T Tolbert Russell Tucker Eddle Vaughn Bonme Wall Harold Warren Nancy Welch Norma Westmoreland Wayne Woodson John York Roger Young -HEP' S I 6 FRESHMEN 4 .lf-etellr wg!! 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'J " 4 ai ' 1 5:3 J .-.1 ' Q '--- l Q It , xg jill if L I f nw, Ex ' I 1 ' 'I 5 ' 1404254 SCHOOL ROUTINE HOMECOMING TALENT SHOW TWIRP SEASON BANOUETS T CONCERTS ELECTIONS SENIOR PLAY COMMENCEMENT HONORS "Fellowship is heaven and lack of fell w- ship is hellp fellowship is life and lack f f llowship is deathg and the deeds that y u on he e a rth , it is for fellowship's ha e do them." - William Morris 44 535 1 Qi We 1 'na Y s s-A I " Q ,. 9 ' . a Q x' 1 n l' . Q A - P4 '- is If .X -Q 'R- I I' v ,if xii , SEPTEMBER BRINGS NEW SCHOOL YEAR L. JI Bus dr1ve rs change but then' se rvlce 15 fam111ar and 1mportant Gett1ng ready to' load up for then' afte rnoon tmp home are dr1vers George Goble G1ennEast Wade S1mmons Tom G1ass,and D1ck Park The cafeterla workers do well ahard Job Mrs Jackson center d1scusses the day s work w1th Mrs Beamer Mrs Moxley Mrs Br1cke11 and Mrs Spexght Mr Johnson and hxs mam tenance workers keep our bu11d1ng comfortable and clean BELOW LEF T Estella McC1and and Me 11ssa Gwyn relax at the end of a. busy day RIGHT Mr B111 Johnson leaves the bu11d1ng 1D order 46 FAMILIAR FACES AND NEW ABOVE John Cashwell 1956 57 student coun c11 presxdent and Aus1va M1115 presxdent of the class of '56 adgus t the clock placed 1n the 11 brary by the 1956 sen1ors ABOVE RIGHT Cla ra S1mmons 11kes her new books RIGHT Pnnclpal H M Fxnch confers w1th Mxss Ayers and Mrs Draughn two of our three new teach ers BO T TOM We are soon settled 1n class agam Ph Zafji. 47 44' vii HOMECOMING TALENT SHOW Yun. Cold f r o s t y air, suspense excite ment a par ade pretty girls the last football game of the year all these made up homecoming 1956 LEFT Each homeroom dec orated a float for the parade Stewart Smith Jane Merrit Bonnie Sparger and Jim Baity look at 205's entry with stars in their eyes Home coming Candidate s Yvonne Vaughn Peggy Vogler Joan Slate Mary Ruth Vogler Frankie Simpson The Bears' 41-13 win over Hartsell High made a fitting background for homecoming and for the crowning of the queen. Queen Yvonne Vaughn fcenterj and senior attendants Joan Slate and Mary Frances Simpson smile happily. 48 BRING AUTUMN EXCITEMENT Annual talent show sponsored by the Trl H1 Y and H1 Y brmgs fun and enterta1n ment to the students and help to the needy RIGHT Polly Kxrkman glves a sermon based on Lmttle Jack Horner ln the talent show fs Cynthxa Tmllotson Mary Moore Pullxam and Jenny Ruth Pruett f1rst place wxnners ln the talent show smg Tonxght You Be long to Me 0 Martha Jones and Faye Sutphxn sort the wealth of of the needy for Thanksgvnng L1sts of people food brought in for admlsslon to the talent show to r e c e xve help are secured from the welfare P e r 1 s hab l e s are added from club treasurxes department and mvesugated by club members and the well f1lled boxes are dehvered to homes 49 Ys.:.. 5 ,, jx e -, if . - - , - l ll ' ll ' - ' zu , U r . ft y . I I 5 A fn. gay f 1 O . r t , L . . ,Y , vi if - I ' uv ' - , ' V V .ul f 94 , .deff t if ' ' 9-' i 1, . fx ABOVE LEFT Queen of Hearts candidates Pat Brown Sue Geige r Jane Merritt and Brenda C ooke eagerly check vote boxes and guess the winners. ABOVE RIGHT: Joe Thomas, Joe Johnson, Owen Shelton, and Paul Shelton, candidates for King of Hearts, admire bulletin board advertis- ing the Sweetheart dance. LIGHTER SIDE OF M.A.H.S. LIFE Serving their sentences , Bette T ille y , Mary Moore Pulliam, and B onnie Sparger find it doesn't pay to break Twirp season rules. Band director Charles Johnson and Sylvia Hantzopoulos enjoy the dance ending Twirp season. Every year at MAHS the second week in February is Twirp season. The boys happily look forward to this week, when the girls pay all the bills, ask boys for dates, and extend all the courtesies ordinarily the responsibility of the boys. A mock trial is held for all offenders of the rules and regulations and tough sentences passed. A Sweetheart dance, at which the King and Queen of Hearts are crowned, concludes the week of fun. 51 1' ff? SPRING EVENTS CELEBRATE END OF On Future F r e s hm a n day, eighth graders visit the high school. They attend an a s s e m b l y held with Mr. Finch and the heads of various or- ganizations there to welcome them and explain the functions of the high school. The future freshmenthengo on a tour through the building. Dr. Sylvester Green of Wake F ore st College, Beulah Social Standards Day speaker, chats with Bob Tyndall, Ralph Cooke, and Ann Allred. At- tended by MAHS honor s e nio r s and basketball players, the annual conference highlights April 11. Ann Allred fright, welcomes future f r e s hm e n by presenting a copy of Airmont to Brenda Hair, South Main Student Council president. David M c C a r t y guides wide -eyed eighth graders through the building on Future Freshman day. "Lead on, MacDuff!" Senior English is not all routine classwork. Miss Holder, Maryann John- son, Norma Draughnboard activity bus for a trip to see a High Point College production of Mac- beth. L, SCHOOL, PLANS FOR NEXT YEAR 13, . ,1 K1 ABOVE: Good c om pany and good food make any occasion. The sen- iors e nj o yin g both include Elaine Hoover, Ronnie Pruett, Gaye Jack- son, James Wagoner, Gary Sutphin, T ho m a s Burrus, and Ann Allred. RIGHT: "It was--adark--and stor- -my night--." Ausiva Mills, Carroll Baldwin,Ann Allred, and Tim Jess- up, t rying to smother their mirth, present a skit at the senior banquet. Spring brings plans for next year. Nancy Bon- durant receives help from Miss Holder in sign- ing up for 1956-57 classes on registration day. Senior Banquet is anticipated through the years and rememberedwith nos- talgia. Each spring the seniors hold a banquet at the "Y" prior to the prom. Planned by seniors, with en- tertainment by seniors , the fun-filled e ve nt e xte nds for many through numerous partie s followingthe prom to sleepy breakfast. A 1 'Next let's see the lib rary assistants. Come right on down!" At the last assembly of each ' year Mr. Finch calls to the front all students E if ' ' ' who participated in our school's many activities. V KX CONCERT, FASHION SHOW, BANQUET Dmrector Charles Johnson leads band 1n another smash h1t concert Breath takzngly lovely and d1fferent sets comb1ned wxth excellent mus1c to make the annual chorus and band concert a sell out Pans can have 1ts D1or showxng MAHS has 1ts own fas hzon show' B ett y Lou Starr Helen Steele and Wxlma Srruth model fashmnable and eye catchmg ensembles they made 1n home econom1cs classes mmm 54 "Umm good"' Yvonne Vaughn zce Leftw1ch W11ma Sm1th Barbara Young Ann France Cynth1a T1110t son and L1nda Chxldress w1th the conhdent glow of successful fash 1on models enjoy punch and cookxes ln the home ec lab ENLIVEN SPRING SCHOOL DAYS Tr1 H1 Y ofhcers for 1956 57 are mstalled at the sprmg b anque t by out goxng off1cers r1ght Eleanor Warren and Claud1a Ramsey Peggy Monday Dot Hull Nelda Cl1fton Joan Slate, Marxlyn Ph1ll1ps and Mary F rance s Slrnpson take over club management Sprmg, w1th 1ts d r e am y weather, new clothes romances and plans for the future, bnngs an exc1t1ng round of act1v1t1es Concert and fashlon show g1ve townspeople op portun1t1es to see the results of hours of class work Banquets spxce our lzfe w1th somethmg extra 1n fel1owsh1p and 1n romance The extra hours students put 1nto then' prepara t10n make these end of the year events even more memorable JS :Sui r John Luke, Presbytenan m1n1 ster of Glendale Spnngs, addresses members of Tr1 H1 Y and H1 Y clubs at the1r annual banquet at the H1 Y presxdent David McCarty pre sents Mr Charles Johnson, adv1ser a str1ng of g1fts at H1 Y Tr1 H1 Y banquet Inn- HI H I -r -., M 55 ,- 3 , . 1, T aff-.. T! A "E D l . . .- IIYII. ' S . . - - . . V ff x , wx BLUE MOON PROM The most ant1c1pated and long remembered event of the year 15 the Jumor semor prom The 1956 Jumors turned the Y M C A 1nto a heavenly settmg of moon and stars to make the semors' last h1gh school prom an unforgett able event Mrs Neal, Jumor sponsor checks the punch table Some of the most exc 1t1ng moons are man made R1ch ard Vaughn J1mmy Pell W or re11 Kurtz and Edsel I-hatt work on prom decora tzons Refreshments are important, Sue Simmons, Susie Dobson, and Debbie Hauser find as they ready the prom punch table. 56 HIGHLIGHTS YEAR FOR JUNIORS, SENIORS Class off1cers and prom commznttees form the dance f1gure to the theme of Blue Moon Z- 'ik qluL"Q. The re xs more to a prom than the dancmg The 1nv1tat1on commxttee Jo Ann Southern Mar11ynPh1111ps and Dot Hull prepare dance books for the long ant1c1pated prom 57 Ruby Lee s1ngs to Jxmmy Meyers' danceable musxc ' II I . 3, I dn, my 1 X S .Qi if b . K , . it h N A - I I . - ' l I STUDENT ELECTIONS ADD EXCITEMENT um vidrdy, Cand1dates Debb1e Hauser and Dot Hull w1th manager Elame Hoov er center p 0 st campa1gn ma ter1a1 Ph11 Smlth and Larry Frank dxs cuss new vote gettlng 1deas Wlth thexr c a m p a 1 g n manager Ish mael Forest il 'N Who s your cand1date ? Spr1ng bnngs e1ect1on excxtement to M A H S The student councll 1 volvlng the greatest number of voters selects off1c e r s f1rst A11 Juruors w1th a scholastlc av erage of 85 and c1t1zensh1p aver age of 90 are e11g1b1e for pres1 dent andv1ce pres1dent of student councxl From the elxgxblejun 1ors flve are chosen by the stud ent body as candldates for presx dent Each of the nomlnees se lects h1S runmng mate and cam pa1gn manager filers' for u UI an Lama TAFI, Wmmng candxdates John Cash w 11 and Kathleen Slmmons happz. ly help the1r m a na g e r, J1mm1e Kzrkman center , take down cam pa1gn posters AND GIVE EXPERIENCE WITH BALLOT For the next weeka frxendly battle rages wxth posters c am pang n buttons and varxed polxtlcal actwxty A spec1a1 assembly program w1th speeches and stunts chmaxes the week Later 1n the day the students vote by secret ballot for the1 r cholce The candxdate and h1s runnzmg mate who rece1ve the most votes become pre s1dent and vxce pres1dent of M A H S for the commg year 1:3-.-.. The senxor commlttee carefully tabulatxng results of student coun cll electxon 1nc1udes ISTAND ING, Ronn1e Pru1tt Bud Ol1ver and Ausxva M1115 ISEATEDI Dav1d McCarty Sybxl Llewellyn B a rb a r a Jester and Eleanor Warren 1956 1957 student counc1lpres1 dent John Cashwell takes the oath of offxc e from Bud O11ver ou goxng pres1dent 59 aux avr' I Typ1ca1 voter Gary Sm1th debates on h1s c hom c e for student coun C11 off1cers I , . . :.'.x . L.. I -nw I' VA I IIA'-IIAEYWD-W. '19 x ' I I ' x . . . Ev F Q 'L , B EI' 4-m.:"r vrwf , , , I I ' , . . , . : - I Y . , . ' Y . . , t- .. . ' I ' -', Lx 9 'Aj . 1 . ,.- , "What is the matter with fixing it outside?" de- mands Sarah Doggett of p r ob l e m child Kitty, played by Shirley Clif- ton. "The door, Kitty," says Thomas Burrus to Shir- ley Clifton, while Judy Coe straightens the oth- er luggage Angie is tak- ing to college. SENIORS STAGE SENSITIVE Try outs, nights of practice, hours of work on s c e ne r y , search for pro- perties , ticket sales, posters - -all the se go into a highlight of our high s c ho ol years, the senior play. The 1956 senior play, Seventeenth Summer, p r e s e nte d Friday evening, May 4, moved along flawlessly with ex- cellent casting and acting. The audience was caught up and carried along by the spell of the three- act play, which p o r t r a y s a sensitive young gir1's last summer at home be- fore having to go away to college and her first thrills of growing up. Repeated by request, Seventeenth Summer was presented once before by the class of 1950. Num .I I J PERCEPTIVE TEEN-AGE DRAMA f W. K "---V ... 5 1- 2 ww., Q ,A fjiqcupon A W 61 'fig iw' ,L Mrs. Sarah Weir, director, talks to play cast. FRONT ROW: Norma Jo Leftwich, Janice Leftwich, Bud Oliv e r , Shirley Clifton. MIDDLE ROW: Ausiva Mills, Ann Allred, Bette Tilley, Bob Tyndall. BACK ROW: Thomas Burrus, J'udyCoe, Sandra Midkiff, Eleanor Warren, Sarah Doggett, Ralph Cooke , and Mr. Ramey, co- director. Mr. Ramey checks work being done on play s c e ne ry by Don Rose,Ann Chris tian, Hubert McMillian, and Carroll Baldwin. ,X LAST WEEKS 'f,.--vw I "Isn t being a s enior wonderful!" Ann All r e d helps Frances Haynes I'DEaSllI'E for hell' COI'1'1I'X'1eI1CE1'De1'1t cap and gown amid happy dreams of graduation. if ,,.-v -.av NR' , I lj, L, 'r'f'- S. . l ,mf .wr 3 , ...ic 'ff' Ann Allred, Miss S i m p s on , Susie Dobson, and Barbara Jester correct Airm ont proofs - -the last step before publication. QBELOW LEFT, "Aren't they beau- tiful ! " Proud staff members, seeing the finished yearbooks at a preview and autographing party at Miss Simp- son's, agree they are worth the ef- fort. Shannon Smith, Susie Dobson, Dot Hull, Jo Anne Southe rn, Ruby Hunter, and Dink Caldw ell busily write messages in each others' books. CBELOWQ Shannon Sm ith, Jo Anne Southern, Dot Hull, Dink Caldwell, and Susie Dobson prepare the newly arrived annuals for homeroom dis- tribution. ARE BUSIEST AND BEST Before vacation, comes more work. RIGHT: Mable McMil1ian studies hard for exams. CENTER RIGHT: Mrs. McKinney works long and hard grading exam papers for her chem- istry, biology, andarithmetic class- CS. BELOW: "It goes like this," ex- plains David McCarty frightj, re tiring chief marshal, to his success or, Phil Smith. John Cashwell Larry Frank, Kathl e e n Simmons, Roland Jones, Dorothy Hull, Debby Hauser, and Susie Dobson watch at- tentively. Marshals are chosen on a scholarship basis, the ten top jun- iors receiving the honor each year. n BELOW RIGHT: Don Rose and Ralph Cooke admire the way Bob Tyndall Looks in his cap and gown, as they practice for commencement. Waiting for the ir last march down MAHS aisles, Roger Haymore Yan cey B e a m e r , David McCarty Dan E111 s Elbert Hall, and Bobby Ma tthews stand with Mrs Kate Barrm get SUDDENLY ANOTHER Dr. Moir Martin, chairman of the school board, presents diplomas to the graduating seniors David McCarty receives congratulations and his diploma KOPPOSITE PAGE, Smiles, tears, and yells mingle as the graduates, holding fast to their treasured di- plomas, congratulate each other. Among the ten marshals for 1955- 56 are: QBOTTOM ROW, Dot Hull, Roland Jones,and Phil Smith, chief. KTOP ROW, Ina Mae Hill, Larry Frank, John Cashwell. GOCD YEAR ENDS Sudde nly the work and the play of our school year are over. The study, exams, parties, last baseball games, and autographing that filled our spring months are all too soon a part of the past. 1' 410' The last day of s c ho ol b r ing s report cards. Susie Dob s on congratulates Shannon Smith on her collection of 95's. WE RECOGNIZE AND ' A1rmont recexved two top ranngs ' Shannon Sm1th staff PHIL SMITH Chxef Marshal DAR Hxstory Cup Wxnner member and Sus1e Dob s on ed1tor happmly rev1ew the 1956 yearbook's All Amerxcan rat1ng from N S P A AND A plus ratxng from N S Y A Mr Haywood Merrmtt presents the L1ons Club essay wxnner Lou1se Morns w1th a cup and Betty Sunmons wxnner of honorable mentxon check Othe r w1nne r s are second place 1n the fxrst year state Latmcontest revlews Bonme Penmx thxrd L1nda Ch1ldress and her wxnmng paper fourth Sue Smlth XX NFPN I . B Y I 14 ' 1 A 66 DING ACHIEVEMENTS HONOR OUTSTAN Davxd McCarty Barbara Jester and Elame Hoover recexve scholarsh1p awards for the lughest grades I' Bud Ol1ver recexves the awa r d fo Best All round person 1n the semor class endent BELOW LEFTD Mr Pendergraph superxnt of clty schools, awards Gary Brown the Most Val ble Baseball Player trophy RIGHTQ Mr Flnch congratulates Dav1d McCarty on wxnmng the Shxrley Peters C1t1Z6nSh1p award H3 6 M.A.H.S. ROYALTY RECEIVES HOMAGE HOMECQMING QUEEN 'x, IPA Yvonne Vaughn center and semor attendants Joan Slate and Mary Frances S1mpson The Homecomxng Que e n ms chosen by student vote from gn-ls nommnated by the football team In the prxmary f1ve g1rls are chosen to compose the Homecomrng Court A second e1ect1on from the fxve determxnes the que en whose name 15 not announced unt11 she 15 crowned at the half t1me ceremony 68 c-21 E33 Q9 xx M g - O I c J ' ' - AT HOMECOMING, SWEETHEART DANCE. KING AND QUEEN OF HEARTS PAT BROWN AND OWEN SHELTON Queen are chosen by penny votes The wxnners are kept secret unt11 the crownmg at the annual Sweetheart Dance 69 Each class chooses a candidate for King and Queen of Hearts. From the nominees the King and MR. AND MISS MOUNT AIRY HIGH MR. M.A.H.S. The sixth annual contest to choose Mr. and Miss Mount Airy High School was spon- sored by High Spots in December. Two can- didates irom the junior and senior classes and one candidate from the freshman and sophomore classes were chosen by the staff on the basis of scholarship, popularity, school spirit, and participation in school activities. uf' fi' Stewart Smith Junior Freddie Goins Fre shrnan bl ,...?,,yX mx' I! 70 LARRY FRANK CANDIDATES 1? Wav' Phil Smith Senior Jim Baity Junior Vaughn Gwyn Sophomore SCHOOL REPRESENT US WELL MISS M.A.H.S. SUESIMMONS CANDIDATES 7 Wt? wr: Kathleen Simmons Senior Jane Merritt Y' 1 Junior if-vo Sue Smith Sophomore All stude nts vote d by secret ballot. Winners were announced in High Spots. Oth- er winners have been Roger Simm ons and Jeanne Gwyn in 1952, David Brown and De- lores Mills in 1953, Virgil Christian and Jo Ann Palm e r in 1954 Leon Davis and Libby York in 1955 and Yvonne Vaughn and Ausiva Mills IH 1956 Bonnie Sparge r .Tumor Judy Merritt Freshman 'Wie 'Y 71 694 J C4 "Wherein1ies happiness 'e In that which heeks C U our ready minds to fellowship divine, A fellowship with esse nee." --Keats, Endyniien YJ , A!! xx 3 gf-4' , 72 is . ' Q5 ,jg a ,,, 50 ' gf q 'IG - QR qi mmf,- , 'kg LITERATURE GRAMMAR WRITTEN AND ORAL 9 B111 Jackson and Jean H1att examme the pa rts of an outl1ne as they be g1n an all out" study of compos1 t1on 1n sen1or Enghsh Mrs Reece locates the bur1ed treas ure for freshmen study1ng Treasure Island Dr11l 1n grammar practlce 1n clear th1nk1ng wr1t1ng, and speakuxg knowledge and apprec1at1on of htera ture all of these fxelds are opened to students 1n our Enghsh depart ment .Tumor Enghsh students Edna Mose ley and Rxchard Sxrnmons work on a grammar dr111 COMPOSITION ALL ARE STRESSED IN ENGLISH W1th mneteen regular Englxsh classes plus one Journalxsm class the Enghsh department has a heavy load to meet the needs of our entn-P school populat1on M1ss Holde r and Mrs Neal have full Enghsh s c he dule s of fxve classes da1ly Three other teachers Mxss Thomas, Mrs Reece and Coach Shelton gxve part of the1r txme to gu1dance c1v1cs or coachmg and phys1cal ed ucat1 n Words are xmportant and 1ntere xng says Scherer James demon strat1ng the der1vat1on of gu1llot1ne for sophomores Eleanor Warren cuts cake as Enghsh IV students celebrate Shakespeare's 392nd b1rthday The cakes lt took two were short only 390 candles English Faculty Mrs Mary Nea Miss Eva Holder Miss Annie Thomas Mr. Wallace Shelton Mrs. Elizabeth Reece 75 SOCIAL SCIENCES BROADEN OUR C1v1cs students Carolyn Crulse and Os car H111 search rn a g a z 1 ne s and news papers for current events 1111 Mrs Mack1e, Mr Ramey Mr Mo1r and Mrs Barnnger get together before class for a d1scuss1on of the day's news SOCIAL SCIENCE FACULTY Mrs Reece sp1c e s her heavy Enghsh load w1th a Mrs Kate Barnnger c1v1cs class Hxstory III CIVICS Socxal Economxcs Mrs Ehzabeth Reece Mrs Lav1n1aMack1e Enghsh C1v1cs Hlstory II Spanlsh Mr Arnold Ramey H1story III Geography Health Mr Sam MOIT C1V1CS Health Heated d1 s c u s s 1 on s of current problems b a c k g r o u nd for present 1nstitut1ons and events understand1ng of soc1a1 econommc and pol1t1cal trends all these may be found 1n our s o c 1a1 scmence classes F1ve teachers offer three courses 1n c1v1cs four 1n Arnerx can h1story two mn world hxstory one 1n soczology and econom1cs, and one 1n geog raphy 76 . WNW, S . 1 W sv ,,.. f - ,-,. , . . ' 'I I ' I Q 4 . - A Q E M ' I -k.,z,sl ce 'X - . , , , '.,V ,E ,rcstssr ., 'fr ' I , igffg i M . I gk, . -I .,. mv . . is - ' J -I ' . iii, . I . , . I , . , ...r K . . U . I . . , . - . . Y . . . ' . 1 - 0 . . - , Y I I : ' ' . ' . X . . . ' . .- I I I UNDERSTANDING OF PAST PRESENT FUTURE In the 1 r world h1 s t o r y class Eddxe Gray and Juamta Mornson use a map of the Roman em pxre to c lar1fy a d1scuss1on BELOW Us1ng the supplementary rnatenal ln the1r soc1al eco norrucs class J 0 s e phxne Atk1HS Glenn East .hmrny Cox, W1lma Smmth and Susan Boyd pre pare for a d1scuss1on of current problems Mr Ramey Amer1canh1storyteach er explalns the Democratxc party's pohcxes to Jarue Holloway and Jackxe T 1 m m o n s H15 adjoxmng board d1splays the Republxcan pol1 cxes 77 2. fiie '- Cla rk G1lbert and George Quesxn berry study world p r o ble rn s and how they change natmonal boundarles 1n geography class I l T M Q34 S . . ' . 1 - gf' - ' 1 . I . 1 I . . I ' , - . X f - .gk 1 fig . V9 3. A V. . X . A Y 1 ' I b , . , U - ' 1 9 , . T .l S I J SCIENCE AND MATH ENROLLMENTS 3 Q f. -.ag 4, T 's 4QliQl.i. SCIENCE FACULTY Mrs. Loraine McKinney Biology, Chemistry, Arithmetic Mrs. Maxine Hamilton Biology Mr. W. L. Woodie Physics, General Science, Math Mr. Woodie, Mrs. Hamilton, and Mrs. McKinney offer ten science classes. An increased enrollment made pos sible the addition of a third te a c he r , Mr. Woodie, in the science department this year. sw. s,a.s. dim FK - LEFT: Sandra Holder, learning to use a microscope in her biology ' c l a s s ,finds seeing the unseen can be fascinating. Q . BELOW: John Cashwell prepares an ex- periment in chemistry as Bonnie Sparger reads from her notebook how the test e should be done. BOTTOM RIGHT: The miracle of science comes alive! Linda Jones, Ray Sutphin, Tommy Mayberry, Louise Morris, and George Coble take notes as Roy Lee Smith performs an ex- periment in physics. INCREASE THIS YEAR RIGHT: Betty S i m m on s proves two triangles congruent in geometry class. ABOVE: Kathleen S im m ons and Johnny Edinger find two brains are better than one on a trigonometry problem. TOP RIGHT: Harold Warren explains the sub- traction of polynomials to Mary Catherine Jack- son in Algebra I. MATH FACULTY Mrs . Vera Thomas Algebra Mrs. Caroline Sydnor Algebra, Geometry Mr. H. M. Finch Trigonometry, Principal Mrs. Lorraine McKinney Arithrnetic, Biology, Chemistry Mr. W. L. Woodie Arithmetic, General Science Algebra, Physics .vw Mrs. Thomas , Mrs. Sydnor, Mr. Finch, Mrs. McKinney, and Mr. Woodie finsetl offer sixteen math classes Qarithmetic, geometry, al- gebra, and trigonometryl. This year enrollment is up twenty in geometry, fourteen in Algebra II. 79 SHOP AND HOME ECONOMICS PREPARE Getting the home ec lab ready for use, Mrs Shuford dusts and Mr Williams sands a table L D r aw blue prints, finish furniture, build houses--if these interest you, see the vocational shop department. One instructor, Mr. G e o r g e Will- iams, offers one course in mechan- ical drawing, two in shop,and one in carpentry--a three-hour course. L- The major project of this year's carpentry class 15 h which the construction of a four room frame ouse ho e to sell at auction for a profit Bobby Moody they p works on the scaffolding ,WMS .sniff 80 ' Leonard Johnson, Jerry Brannock in their shop class Bobby Gwyn Leonard Johnson, and drawing and Bobby Gwyn work on the planer Bobby Watson w o rk on mechanical US FOR JOBS OR FOR One xnstructor Mrs Shuford, offers f1ve classes 1n home e c onom 1C s The course of study 1nc1udes not only C ook1ng and sewmg but also personal relatxonshlps ch1ld care and oth the students T e a s and movxes splce routxne clas work Mr skxrt for home e conomlcs student Faye Strxckland s Shuford pxns the hem 1 The fashxon show prov1des a erf p ec settlng for the pretty dresses mod l e ed by Al1ce Owens Norma Ricker and Mary Loumse Blue and made as class progects er problem s lxkely to face fashlon Show HOMEMAKING Tanta11z1n g odors and the chck of pans make home eco nomxcs students env1ed AlomaBr1ntle sets the table as Susan Goad and Mar N l f1rs y el Lawson prepare a meal 1n t year class Besxdes her work Wlth students Mrs Shuford offers adult courses m sew1ng and Chlld care 81 . I 1 . I , ,A . - l I 1 i ' 17 - .t 5 I . . . I . .n I . . t b Y D FOREIGN LANGUAGE, COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENTS Latin of records in language study "Lab o r omma v1nc1t Miss H y more helps B r e nda Hair with her translation BELOW Verona Sechr1st and Gary Sm1thwork on their Spanish assign ment BELOW RIGHT Mrs Mackie inspects two of the four new bull fight pictures that lend atmosphere to the room 82 FOREIGN LANGUAGE FACULTY Miss Ada Haymore Mrs. Lavinia Mackie Spanish, World History The language department offers two classes in Spanish and five in Latin . LEFT: Miss Hayrn ore and Mrs. Mackie discuss the use S PREPARE US FOR COLLEGE, FOR WORK Th1s offxce practxce bu11et1n board QABOVE expresses the xdeals of the commerc1a1 depart ment LEFT Tuned wr1t1ngs comblmng speed and a c cu r ac y are mn-:portant for second year students Jo Anne Southern June Smxth and Roy Lee Srn1th RIGHT Methods of dup11cat1ng are Me1v1na Chfton BELOW Mrs Draughn Mrs Boyles and M1ss Ayers check Off1CB equ1pment ai ,4 A 'SI-ai COMMERCIAL FACULTY Mrs Mary Boyles Mrs Margaret Draughn M1ss Mattze Ruth Ayers Fourteen c 1 a s s e s mcludmg general bus1ness typmng shorthand bookkeep1ng and offxce prac t1ce are offered 1n the commerc1a1 department 83 S ,W fp Q I . . . . I . . 'A INV 3' 1 u . . n- Q A demonstrated by Mrs. Boyles to ' : , ' Xia Lf I .' I I ,fn ta -7 O f lf "JV PHYSICAL EDUCATION MUSIC LIBRARY ,lf ,N HEALTH FACULTY Mr. Wallace Shelton Enghsh, Physlcal Educat1on Mr Sam Mo1r CIVICS, Phys1cal Educatxon Mr. Arnold Ramey Soc1a1 Sc1ence, Phys1cal Educatmn TOP LEFT Mr Johns on band and choral d1rector goes over muslc w1th Sue S1mm ons accompanxst TOP RIGHT The Hot Shots t1ons Snow dally a popular g r oup from the band ln demand for many func zncludes Guxdo Sutte r George W1ll1ams, Sam Wall Jason Joe Johnson Two clas s e s xn c horus, one ln band meet Three teachers d1v1de fzve classes m health and physxcal educat1on offerlng both classroom and heldwork LEFT John York and Charles Smlth exam1ne the health poster BELOW Mr Shelton Mr Mo1r, and Mr Ramey try out eqmprnent I' O 4 I W L to 84 I I , 1 A I , If . ,X Y, A . T I I ii , -, ' K " I AJ' m 8,4 , ' I Q . .mn ,AAk ,I Q . I al 'x A A I . I If C """5 f,.. I I ' 'H A' ,T 4 I I r N I 4 ,fn I From freshmen to sen1ors,for reference or for recreat1on stud ents use l1brary fac1l1t1es all dur1ng the day Bookworms" above are standxng Margaret Hodge s Davxd Sxmmons James Jordon seated El1zabeth Bondurant Edmund Burke Susxe Dobson John ABOVE Manlyn Phxlllps uses the card catalog LEFT M155 Sxmpson l1b r a r 1 a n checks 1n new rnov1es added to the school's col1ect1on Fmfty per1odxcals 4978 books pamphlets records rnovxes and fxlm str1ps one lxbranan thxrteen student assxstants a constant flow of users all these make our hbrary one of the busie st places in the school. W. 5. "But keep the grasp of fellowship Which warms us more than wine." Julia Ward Howe, Growing Old STUDENT COUNCIL PUBLICATIONS PAGES LIBRARY ASSISTANTS CLUBS BAND AND CHORUS IOOZ AIRMONT HOMEROOMS CH EERLEADERS Mary Frances Simpson, chief Joan Slate Betty Jo Bray Polly Kirkman Helen Steele Alice Owens Yvonne Vaughn Sara Midkiff Judy Gardne r Annette Monday INR 5 - .. z . f E 1 mm1'rsC ,,.,...,.-. H- .po ,...,,.- 'tw v --ay ww 5: 'WL Y, A il " K, 7 X - , K - i K f , , , ' v A ,, Q. pm - . ' , ,1 -jfff, , ' V A ., ., - A QM, a17'g3'g,g "kJiF'lX VT-,ff 5 , A , , " .Q , 4 - A " 1 - iiweil v In L . V ZS. ., .xv , , f A Q ,. ,5W Y . K k V' ' K ' M ' G ' f'S'Q':iQi 'L G 2 . .K ' 2 1 y f ,- ." Q. K 6 K if x , . 1 . K N. .. 87 STUDENT COUNCIL DOES GOOD Student Counc1l representatwes l1sten attent1vely as Presxdent John Cashwell presents lmport ant busmess Members of the councxl are S James D Starlmg J Pru1tt L Dowell R Sm1th J E dwards E Burke B Watts J Merntt V Sechrlst S S1mmons L Frank R Jones J Patterson H Sumner L M1115 D S1mmons H Lever1ng M K1ng D Wxllard W Wh1taker M H1att D Caldwell P Sm1th M S1mpson,E I-hatt The ch1ef dut1es of the Student Counc1l are to keep the bu1ld1ng clean and to see that everyth1ng runs smoothly The counc1l IS made up of two members from each home room and the heads of the var1ous organ1 zat1ons of the school They meet once a week to d1scuss problems that ar1se and to make dec1s1ons regard1ng them Th1s year the councll sold p e nna nt s and bal1po1nt pens sponsored sock dances and chart ered buses to out of town football games -nt' YC Mrs Kate B a r r 1 ng e r adv1ses Pres1dent John Cashwell and VICE Pres1dent Kathleen S1mmons concermng parhamentary procedure 88 L I Q K 4 z .A' A a , 1 X s J X Martin, V. Gvfyn, J. Ovlzens, F. G,oins, C. Hennis, B. Dean, Hull, B.,Ha.ir, T. l'larkrader,,B: ff ' . . . Y I i -rf T M .2 Y A,,... ,. 'f as WORK OUIETLY AND UNOBTRUSIVELY FRONT ROW Mary Frances S1mp son Naom1 'h6lb01'n, Kay Dearm1n L1nda Ch11dress Frances Sanders SECOND ROW Ann Ch11dress Faye Str1ck1and Mary Goard, L1nda Massey L1nda Jone s, Jo Ella G11 bert Wayne Ch11dress THIRDROW F r e ddy Gray, Kathleen Sunrnons, D ougla s S1mmons Freddy Go1ns FOURTH ROW Johnny Sanders, Harold Hodges, G1lmer Blackburn FIFTH ROW W1se Semones, Charles Easter Norman Jones John Cashwell Stewart Sm1th SIXTH ROW George Quesmberry Rodney Chfton Sammy Hu nte r Ehzabeth Bondurant, Jean H1att TOP ROW Jlmmy Hale Kenneth Harms Mar tha Jones, Helen Moore Sy1v1a Hall Hall mon1tor Rodney Chfton s1gns perrrnt for Wayne Johnston LEFT Helen Lever1ng takes her t1me at dust1ng lockers one of the many homeroom dut1es RIGHT Kathleen S1mmons reserves a seat for Greg Covlng ton on the charte re d bus to the Re1dsv11le football game 89 JOURNALISM CLASS DOES PROFESSIONAL i i "We'1l have the best pape r yet!" Kathleen Simmons, associate editor, and Debby Hauser, editor, spend va- cation time studying old High Spots and score books for ideas. QBELOW LEFT, Sue Simmons, feature editor, types a story for the High Spots. QCENTERJ Advertising man- ager Mary France s Simpson draws ads in dummy. KRIGHTJ Sue Sim m on s and Debby Hauser proof High Spots at the Times printing shop. "How do you like it here 7" Kathleen Simmons fcenterj interviews three new transfer students for Hi hSpots. Kay Dearmin, David Banks Zstand- ingl, and Allen Hoyt agree they like MAHS. r 90 " A .r xi . 'A L JOB ON SCHOOL NEWSPAPER Classwork, night and Saturday afternoon ses- sions with the adviser, town canvass for ads, home- room solicitation for subscriptions, hours of proof- ing at the printe rs , mile s of leg work wherever there's a story, endless writing, polishing, and typ- ing ------ all these make our school paper. High Spots has built a reputation for thorough and lively c ov e r a g e and for excellent writing of a professional quality. The journalism class is made up of select sen- ior English students. Editor and associate editor are elected by the rising seniors in the spring. Eff Ho? "We 'r e l0O'7o again!" FU Peggy Smith shows that MAHS again lives up to its tradition of 10070 subscription toHigh Spots. V 54917 Spirits - 14773, 5 HO!!'2',5 . .i-.vi 4 A Q X Publi-T' Q-1 Mmiiifgf 555 the Xvzrlfrfmfism FEBS! of Mmzrft Airy ligi F - M :im Airy, Novi? C'a:'.s12:za Rx '-.- 52 ' ' a yecgrz Zflc a rx-:my v gm : dl , "' "fs'1lLSTt Mmm 3 .. 1, XYYWL ., . Member 3' ff mme: mzklsgocnw 4. ctw ay N adfgqtfsi 'M ' . l 'T -Q 5 h 113 .Q gg A -- - 2 s 1 ,Q X se. " ' Q Y -'W " 5 'aff 1 - , 3, s 'C' 4 ' 1. 'Q , 6 -W , X i 3- Q Ja-,V U J, . l k - 3 M A 4 Debbie Hauler Kvhleen Simmons isa' sxmmgns X-1-iitox-in-Kit'-rf Asazciste Eiiftrr Yeature- Barter va. Elf 2 r' Exclfrmtf E-kiwi Kemsy Watson Pei!! Sfsifi- Muyrir' simpw Sport.-v Eiltw 539555 3755557 - tsmswesg Mn' Cisteufiwifsiw MST." ' ",l'gfdVE'Tf.l3fZ12 Mit? QBELOW LEFT, During a night session at Miss I-Iolder's Kenny Watson, sports edi- tor, and Miss Holde r work on headlines and make -up for the sports page. QBELOWJ Kathleen S i m m o n s and Miss H old e r spend a Saturday afternoon pre- paring pictures for the engraver. AIRMONT STAFF WORKS AROUND THE YEAR 'guard' N137 it Qaxg.. 2 +L!! . Those doing the work know a good yearbook doesn't just happen. Raising funds , taking and editing pictures, writing and polishing copy, pre- paring layout and dummy, typing, copy-reading, checking--all these are details that only staff members are aware of. Work on the next book is started as one edition goes to press. Spring and summer work was intensified with the beginning of s c h o ol -- and with the news of 1956 Airmont's All-Ameri- can and A plus ratings. BELOW: Shannon Smith and Ruby Hunter identify pictures and check dummy. BOT- TOM: Sue Smith and Susie Dobson happily open r e pa i r e d flash. Headaches reap- peared when it still failed to work. ,-s-5..... ff' TOP: Peggy Vogle r and Sue Smith put finishing touches on Airmont subscriptionposter. CENTER: Susie Dobson, Annie Lee Marsh, and Roland Jones work on layout and copy. Roland is responsible for checking all Airgqggt copy. ABOVE: Dorothy Hull, business manager, and Louise Morris double check money against receipts. 92 TO LIVE UP TO TOP RATED BOOK :fill 'G X Members of the Airmont Staff: BOTTOM ROW: Dorothy Hull, Shannon Smith, Louise Morris, Annie Lee Marsh, Sue Smith, Garnet Hennis. TOP ROW: Joe .Iohnsong Susie Dobson, Miss Sim p s on , advi s org Ruby Hunterg Roland Jones: Sam Inman, Marilyn Phillipsg and Jo Anne Southern. RIGHT: Typists Jo Anne Southern and Marilyn Phillips wo rk hard to prepare copy and index. BELOW: Photographers Joe Johnson and Sam Inman study photographic manuals. zu.: L , mmm ' mm: ruafnmm OFFICE PAGES FILL RESPONSIBLE The eff1c1ent operat1on of school rout1ne 1S a1ded more than people r e a11 z e by the helpful work of off1ce pages These stude nts g1ve up tne1r study penods to help students, teachers and adm1n1strat1on Left Betty Jo Bray Margaret Jarvms and Clara Sxmmons keep the off1ce dur1ng th1rd and fourth perxods take calls dehver messages, and keep bells on schedule R1ght Se cond perxod pages June Martxn and Kenny Watson place maxl ' m the teachers' boxes we Below Paul Shelton types the ab sentee hst as Betty Lou Starr and dai --uliwfw QQKQ Patsy Clxfton check homerooms and gage excuses 'N If Q-'Elise wwf-:r'f"'ei't'n73??.Uaia..t 9 POSITIONS COURTEOUSLY AND WELL Telephoning ab sentees, compiling lists , taking calls, checking money, locating students , sorting mail, running errands, greeting visitors - -these activities keep pages busy. Right: Mildred Robertson, June Smith, and Ann Childress, office pages during activity period, mirneograph absentee lists for the day. ' H- IV D. ,lf ff- awa- Q, .f Wa- Left: Mrs. Anne Holyfield, Betty Simmons, and Dink Caldwell check announcements on the bulletin board. Mrs. Holyfield helps in the high school office one hour each day. Below: Fifth period pages Worrell Kurtz and Peggy Haynes check pa- per and pencil money. B i LIBRARY ASSISTANTS "Sign here." "You'll find that book in the 400's." "Let's try the card catalog." "Here's your permit." Student librarians are kept busy by a variety of jobs. Inaddition to carding, shelving, and check- ing out books and signing pe r mits , they type, file, prepare new books, work on bulletin boards, do housekeeping c ho r e s, and help students lo- cate materials. The thirteen a s sis tant s do much to make the library smooth-running and helpful. Three have worked in the library for three years, two are serving for the second year. TOP: Margaret Hodges and Bonnie Tickle, li- brary assistants, help with typing. LEFT: .Toan Fleming and Dean Brown arrange magazines for students to read. BELOW LEFT: Mellie Clifton and Barbara Hall file catalog cards to bring library information up to date. CENTER: Martha Carroll and Mable McMillian, first period assistants, replace books on shelves. RIGHT: Pat Hodges, Nancy Collins, and Bobby Smith eagerly unpack new library books. 9 g B3 .gf 96 IMPORTANT JOBS WELL Libramans work and p1ay A coke party breaks the routine of spring inventory for these 1955 56 assxstants Martha Ca r r 011 Mary Moore Pulham Ann France Betty Jo Bray Margaret Hodges Peggy Smith Dean Brown Mar11yn Ph1111ps and Melvxna Chfton '!"'Y Mk Elizabeth Bondurant J o 1 n e d the act1v1ty per1od assistants Activity period k e e p s everyone b u s y . Margaret McCann Vera Carl Thomas and Margaret Hodges card and check out books and sig n permits. 2 pl!-4 1" y-ff' 3' 1:1 ,J 'cf 'O' Q V K 5 fm. 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' ' r 5- K ' K x .VV h i , 355 f " N ' V Q Q -+' f L i f M , f "ff 'R -- mr ee ' ' V6 98 HI Y OFFERS FLN AND SERVICE New Hx Y officers Phil Smith p re s ident Kenny Wats on secretary Roland Jones, vice president The Hi Y composed of Junior and senior boys, is a leading organiza t1on inschool The club co operates with the Tri H1 Y on devotions, al ent show and food distrlbution and the Christmas and Easter programs In addition the H1 Y sponsors sale of refreshments at basketball games Twirp s e a s o n actlvities and New Years and other dances Dan Slate treasurer Paul Shelton chaplain are installed at annual H1 Y Tri H1 Y banquet Phil Smith and Ge ne Prue tt load Thanksgiving boxes on the band wag on for delivery ,f-'f". A Delivery man Ausiva Mills examines David M c Ca rt y' s toy train in the Christmas play. Carroll Baldwin, lawyer, is threat- ened by guards for helping the de- fendant in Twirp season trial. TV 'Elf 0 2 ns -vii, 'E' ig S. x Q7 Q? G Q '37 Z 43 M 'M' x Hwy' eff 1-7X cr, "fr 'Q wx nvx V . "' wg C37 1 4. 'ir Q van." as 4 X Cay 'lf Q9 R if-y Monday morn1ng devot1ons 1S the project most dear to Tr1 H1 Y and H1 Y members Dorothy Hull heads the program for the Tr1 H1 Y TRI-HI-Y KEEPS ME MBER3 ON THE RUN The Tri-Hi-Y,made up of junior and sen- ior girls is one of the most active and 1nterest1ng clubs 1n our school The club 1S d1V1dEd 1nto four groups whose aCt1V1 t1es 1nclude tale nt show and food d1str1 but1on, homecom1ng act1v1t1es, Chrxstmas assembly Sweetheart Danc e Halloween carn1val and devot1ons Bake sales and sales of candy and sweaters help fmance club work A-QB D1ane S1mmons s1ngs for the tale nt show Club members board the band wagon to d1S tr1bute food Judy Coe and Thomas Burrus furn 1sh the romance 1n the annual H1 Y Tr1 H1 Y Chr1stmas play 101 CLUB ACTIVITIES BRIGHTEN X na.: fw- LATIN CLUB FRONT ROW: Ioffice r sl F. Mills, G. Yokley, C. Vaughn, S. Smith, R. Hunter, E. Burke, V. Gwyn. SECOND ROW: Miss Haymore, C. Woodie, R. Chilton, S. Holder, C. Edinger, P. Sim- mons, A. Monday, K. Huffman, S. Midkiff, J. D. Paul, M. Simmons. THIRD ROW: I. Fleming, M. McCann, S. James, E. Bondurant, L. Mills. FOURTH ROW: J. Gilbert, B. Campbell, T. Barber, T. Clark, T. Vaughn, E. Hemrick, F. Lowry. The Latin club meets each month and sponsors a Latin week in the spring. Posters, Latin mottoes over classroom doors, and Roman costumes created interest in the annual obser- vation held April 16-ZO. The we ek was highlighted by a slave auction, at which first year Latin students were sold to club mem- bers, and a banquet served Rom a n s tyle . RIGHT: F reddy Schafer, a slave at the Latin club banquet, holds the program for Vera Carl Thomas and Mary Moore Pulliam to read. is T ...Q , Qsfaftd 'ii -'ik ik I N... Q va Joe J ohn s o n triumphs over Tommy' ek. X k r' -'X af QL. 3. J ' A a'f4Ia..i".- fgiiggfm Mayberry when they engage in combat A Q Ni at the Latin club banquet. 61 102 FOREIGN LANGUAGE WORK y N fi F ii , x 1 IX in '11 K Lf SPANISH CLUB FRONT: Stewart Smith, Bonnie Edwards,Barbara Carpenter,Faye Bennett, Michael Blackman, Betty Hiatt, Clara Simmons, Jean Hiatt, Verona Sechrist, Martha Carroll, Gary Smith. BACK: Reginald Davis, Franklin Hawks, Audrey Ferguson, George Williams, Paul Shelton. Second year Spanish students look forward to club programs each month. At club meet- ings they study South American countries and customs, play games, and sing Spanish songs. Once a year they give a Spanish party and invite first year students. The 1956 party was held in the band room of the high school in March. K 7 1,-an ,, a..x I 'S ma lr 3 Reginald Davi s and Bonnie Edwards enthusi astically entertain with the Mexican Hat Dance At the annual party a skit presented 1nSpamsh is always featured Norma Draughn Barbara Jester and Maryann Johnson display their knowledge in this scene The chief activity for the Monogram Club and the Girls Athletic Association is sponsoring the Mount Air y Horse Show, held each summer. Club members solicit advertising and run con- cessions. The 1956 s how, as a result of their efforts, proved quite s u c c e s s ful. It included 125 entries and netted the school Sl,l00. The money was used for financing the summer ath- letic p r o g 1' a m s , for purchasing cheer-leader uniforms, and for other athletic needs. LEFT: Mr. F. L. Hatcher's horse Lenoire is a familiar entry in the horse shows. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOTTOM ROW: Bobby Gwyn, Tommy Mayberry, Jimmy Cox, Richard Vaughn, Worrell Kurtz, Edsel Hiatt. SECOND ROW: Stewart Smith, .Tim m y Hale, Reginald Davis, Ishmael Forest, Dan Slate, Sam Inm an . THIRD ROW: Bobby Moody, Gene Pruett, Jimmy Pell, Bill Jack- son, Ronnie Alde rm an, Gilmer Blackburn. FOURTH ROW: Steve Jones, Mickey Watson, Ken Harris, Robert Thomas, Larry Frank, Gary Smith, Phil Smith. 104 CLUBS ADD INTEREST Peggy Smith, Yvonne Vaughn, Joan Slate, Bonnie E dwa r d s , Kathleen Simmons, Mar y Frances Simpson, Betty Jo Bray, Judy Gardner, Peggy Monday, Betty Hiatt, Debby Hauser, Wilma Smith, Frances Shackelford, Cynthia Tillotson, Pat Clifton, Polly Kirkman, Helen Steele, Nancy Bon- durant. MONOGRAM CLUB GLEE CLUB BRINGS US PLEASURE The chorus is made up of two reg- ular classes that meet for one period e ach day. Extra night sessions bring f . . a together voices from both classes. Besides the anticipated school pro- grams, the glee club appe ar s before civic, church, and school groups. For several years a local radio station has broadcast a weekly glee club program from the high school. This year their , ability to do the Messiah gained the M 'D K , group a TV spot. . The band and glee club spring con- cert is one of the most looked-forward- to events of the year for both students and townspeople. RIGHT: Mr. Johnson and Hubert McMillianwork onlights for the elaborate set. BELOW: The lovely Peter Pan Qggle worked in well with the religious and the light portions of the program. A55 ,n QOH 106 MAKES FRIENDS FOR THE SCHOOL Q YA . L - . The 125 voice chorus represents a sizeable portion of our stud- ent body and s pe ak s well for the musical ability and apprecia- tion of MAHS students. RIGHT: Be tty Jo Bray serves as glee club president. ei 1 ABOVE: Mr. Charles Johnson di- rects the glee club. LEFT: Sue Simmons is accompanist and pianist for special school programs. lO WE ENJOY THE FELLOWSHIP The Mount Airy High School Band adds to th good fel- lowship of school and civic affairs. Continuing to grow in spite of heavy graduation losses, the band has 77 members this year. The group meets daily as a class and holds extra prac- tices on the field each night during football season. The re- sults delight football fans. Also among the band's activities are numerous appearances before civic groups and city and c ounty schools, and--this year--a trip to the Shrine Bowl game in Charlotte. Heavy civic backing enabled the band to enjoy a trip to Washington after school last spring. This year all members are working hard for a trip to Florida in late May. Majorettes Mary Ruth Vogler Qchiefl, Camille Combs, Patsy Vogler, Debby Douglas Peggy Vogler, and Cynthia Tillot s on add color to the band's appearances Long hours of practice go into each routine of the majorettes and of the band. al 1 108 PROVIDED BY OUR PERSONS OF NOTE Our b and provides us with pleasant interludes and adds prestige to our school. C. xx. George Coble, band pre side nt, heads an enthusiastic group. They put on sales as well as shows. Director Charles Johnson heads the band for the sixth year. He has done an excellent rebuilding job. 109 TWO SENIOR HOMEROOMS Homeroom 5 supported A1rmont 100'7o Jane Welch Margaret Hodges and Melvma Chfton are experlenced hbrary asslstants few' 0 X"'w nl-5 jmfzffk 55 s Homecom1ng representanve WIN AIRMONT PAGES De an Brown L1brary As sxstant -.N Homeroom 105 subscnbes to Azrmont 100W Jlmmy Hale 1 fum B111 Jackson as Garther Audfrey Kenny Watson Edsel Hiatt 11 1 I .xx K I .Q J . . 1 Q A ' W' ' , m W ja ,'QZ'fQf ,g ' Q, - V ' ig Q 1 n ,f -4 1 3 'ji ,Q 1 A ' E W' iw n . min 3 . K ' f ,f H I I . Q I V , nnq., - n, T, A, in-9' MMM FOOTBALL BASKETBALL BASEBALL 2 bg . M . ,J ff ' B' ,X Q "' A th ll gld t edinth f th f th ff d h'p mu b dversityf 5 --Ovid, T ' t' m Tw? fx -Qgygi QX :Q Q f Mount Axry STARTING STRONG WITH SIX SHUTOUTS SCORES Fra.nkl1n Northwest Gr1ff1th Hanes vhuces pentral Gray Mlne ral Sprxngs Tr1 C1ty Re1dsv1lle Hartsell 49 ABOVE Bobby Moody d1splays h1s pass recewmg form to shut out another oppo nent LEFT Stewart Sm1th 1S brought down after plckmg up yardage for Mount A1ry BELOW C oa c h Shelton xnstructs players wh11e benched Bears watch tense ly BOTTOM LEFT Frank Lowry gams yardage for the Bears as Steve Jones blocks to beat Hartsell 4 I ' 39 ' 0 Y ll O I! ' ' .1 0 I 7 0 I, 14 ..... .- - O ' 7 ' 14 Z6 ' ' 0 H e '- ' 19 6 ' ' 25 41 13 JY M I I gt, Q ' 'Y I, ,Q - I Y Akianlkf , , A J V'-J: A Q , . . U" . : ' - , -giuljkt, I 4, I . e. BE ARS END THIRD IN CONFERENCE BOTTOM ROW Kurtz Kell M d y oo y Davls H1att Pruett Hale Pell Frank May berry R Vaughn SECOND ROW Smxth Shelton P Smlth Jackson Watson Sm1th Jun Cox Slate Cashwell S Sm1th Jones THIRDROW Young Dean Johnson P Shelton Stanley T Vaughn Blackburn Trxplette Bradford Lowry Forest FOURTH ROW Joe Smxth H Vaughn Sumner Robertson Jake Cox Ch1ldress Mart1n Goms Wxlson Spexght FIFTH ROW Dollyhlgh Harr1s Sparger Gr1ff1n Adk1ns C Sm1th J Gwyn Whxtaker Sanders managers Hazel M day K1rkman and Taylor and Coaches Mo1r Shelto The Bears gave us a record team th1s cord number Cl boys e1ghty s1x was ball They started the season w1th shutouts also a new re c o rd Losses though few came where they most hurt puttxng Mount A1ry IH a txe wxth Trx Cxty for thxrd place rn the conference Our 205 po1nts agamst 71 for our opponents 15 a proud record year A re out for foot f1ve stra1ght ABOVE Coach Charlme Atkms gwes pomters on holdmg the ball to Cap tam Rmchard N aughn and Co Cap talns Gene Pruett and Tommy May b e r ry Mr Atkmns Joxned the staff thxs year LEFT The boys lxsten attentlvely to C oa c h Shelton on the last day of practxce before a game 115 I ,1 W Q 11 1 4.11 2 1 . 1 ' , ' . , . . , ' . - ' I I I ' I C l I I I Y 1 - 1 - 5 1 1 1 - 1 1 - 1 I I Y I ' Z fl ' l I 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I ' 1 Z I 9 2 - 2 - 1 Z 2 1 Un' , ' , 5 ' , n, and Adkins. -- ' . ' . . ' yall?-is . . .- . . ' . pf - ,F - x X3 1 , . , ti 3 A l 4 . , . . , B ruins Gwyn , Norman, Frank, Smith, Timmons, and Shelton a nx i ou s ly await the ir long ride to Enka for the state AA tournament. PLACE THIRD IN STATE Reynolds Gym in Winston'Salem on March 3rd. Earlier in the tournament Mount Airy had de- feated Reidsville 61-47 and Griffith 74-49. A week later the Bruins placed third in the state AA tournament at Enka by defeating Rox- boro 56-55 and Clinton 67-61. Mount Airy's only defeat was a 92-82 loss to Kinston, state champions, in the semi-finals. ., Ishmael Forest, Larry Frank, Bobby Gwyn, and Bobby Moody leave happily for Enka. Owen Shelton exhibits his excel lent defensive play. Jack Smith uses his fam ous jump s hot to score for the Bruins in the district AA tournament. Jack's field goal against Roxboro gave M. A. H. S. a one -point win to stay in the state play. CAGE TEAMS START SEASON N 2 PEN Q EQ' BRUINS xfyj ij -,xxx y I j lf L U F RONT ROW Frank Lowry Lew1s Clement Ishmael Forest Robert Thomas J1mmy Balty Paul Shelton Kenny Cook manager BACK ROW Coach Mo1r Bobby Moody Bobby Gwyn George W1l11ams Larry Frank Rlchard Kelley Eddxe Gray The Gramte Bears beg1n the season confldently and 1n good cond1t1on The team has expemenced boys but 15 hampered by the lack of he1ght Ken Norman and Jack Sm1th fu r n1 s he d last year Probable f1rst stnngers mclude Moody Gwyn Frank Thomas and Ba1ty Bobby Gwyn capta1ns the boys 118 SCHEDULE Dec: Dec Dec Dec Jan Jan Jan .Tan Jan Jan Jan Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Mar Blue Rxdge Here Catawba College freshmen Here Copeland Here Glenn Here Northwest There Nancy Reynolds Here M1nera1Spr1ngs Here Glenn There Walkertown fHer6 M1neralSpr1ngs There Trx Cnty Here Walkertown There Northwest Here Trx Cxty There Grmfhth Qlrlerej Hanes fThereQ Re1dsv11le QHerej Grzffxth fThereQ Hanes QI-Ierej R.e1dsv1l1e QThereQ 12 15 19 ZZ Z6 l Robert Thom a s runs 1n wmth hxs eyes on the ball by Qf i, W, T A .S fy K Xl Q ' ' . ,V J ' ' Q, . 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Z9 - '- ' C J . 1 - K J . 5 - f J . 8 - i- v ' 1 7 WITH ENTHUSIASM AND HOPE BRUINETTES FRONT ROW Ce c 1l1a Crowe Jul1a Shelton Nelda Cl1fton Martha Carroll Annette Monday Johnme Edwards, Kathleen Sxmmons Peggy Monday SECOND ROW Patt1 Arnngton Dxanne S1mmons, Be tty Hxatt Peggy Smxth Frances Shackleford Betty Sxmmons, L1nda Mxlls Patsy Sxmmons L1nda Dowell Sue Smxth Coach Shelton fNews Photo ead the scorxng Peggy Monday and Cynthxa T1llotson w1ll 1ll f o rwa 1' d p o s t 5 vacated by Gaye Jackson and Shxrley hfton Frances Shackleford Betty I-hatt, Pattx Arnngton The B ru1ne tte s look strong 1n early PTBCIICCS Kathleen P md Peggy Sm1th are fxghnng for guard posxtxons Captain Kathleen Sxmm ons Lmda Mills Patsy Sxm m ons and Dxanne Sxmmons hmber up rn a practice sessxon 119 I , l I A P . I I I . . I i I , i . . 1 . , ' . . . ' . . . 1 . , . , 4' 'im m ons , high scoring forward last year, is expected to V I . u ' . . . I " , N . 1 . D . , . Mount Mount Airy Airy 1956 SCORES Nancy Reynolds White Plains The bears proved a team to be reckoned with They batted 1n 101 runs with only 20 e r r o 1' s to then' opponents' 63 runs with Z6 errors Tommy P1e r c e slams one away to lead the Brulns to victory SUPERLATIVES Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Alry Airy Airy Airy Airy Airy Airy Airy Airy A1ry Airy Airy Airy Re1dsv111e Hanes Northwe st Gray Griffith Elkin Walke rtown R61dSV111C North Davidson Hane s Walkertown Northwest Grlffxth GARY BROWN Most Valuable Plans for a Bear victory are laid by Jim m y K i r k m a n Gary Smith, Ken Harris, Robert Thomas, Stewart Smith, and Owen KEN HARRIS Shelton- Most Improved 120 BEARS MAKE GOOD RECORD ' 8 1 ' 15 ' ' 3 y K . 9 . . 4 4 Vx 1 ' 0 Z ' 3 0 ' 4 10 Mount Airy 10 North Davidson 0 ' 15 ' ' 4 X ' 6 ' 3 .4 ' 5 Z R' . 2 . . 5 . 1 , Z .,, ' 6 3 - ' 5 6 ' 7 0 ' 8 ' ' 15 ' z 4 1 WA E Qv , 2' X 1 STA ,I 5 LUGC- bax t ND HIGH IN CONFERENCE V Q FRONT ROW Managers Kenny Cooke .hrnmy Flennng Edmond Burke MIDDLE ROW Owen Shelton Sutphln Monroe The Gramte Bears ended the season w1th a record of 10 wxns and6losses P1tCh8 r Edsel H1att won 8 games and lost 4 whxle .hm Ba1ty held a Z Z record H1attp1tchedano h1tter agaxns t North Dav1dson defeat1ng them ten to nothxng The leadxng hltters were Ken Harr1s Burton T1mmons and Gary Brown who held battxng averages of 385 300 and 300 respectxvely Edsel H1att, Gary Smxth Wayne Johnson Ronrue Alde rm an, Tommy P1erce, Gary Stewart Smxth .hm Ba1ty TOP ROW Coach Mo1r Gary Brown, Ken Norman James Bobby Gwyn Jlrnmy Kxrkman Robert Thomas Ken Harms ,pee Gary Brown de m o n s t r a t e s hxs catchlng technique for catcher Stewart Smxth and p1tchers Jzm Baxty and Edsel Htatt 121 "That best portion of a good man's life, His little, nameless, unremembered acts Of kindness and of love . . . 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OUR FELLOWSHIP EXTENDS TO MANY FIELDS Dances, athlet1cs, routlne act1v1t1es and spec1al events all m ake up our Goodly Fellowsh1p LEF T Sue S1mmons and escort Russel Smrth enjoy formal dance B e tty S1mmons watches pmg pong battle of R1chard Vaughnand J1mmy Pell aga1nstL1nda Worrell and Peggy Smlth Room 105 xntramural team admzre the 1956 trophy held by Dav1d McCarty Classroom fellowshxp 13 Nancy Thomas D1nk Caldwell and Shannon Smxth dxsplay flags Adklns Carol 20 100 Adkms Mary Lou 41 Adkxnson Davxd 41 'Xllene 34 100 Ferguson Audrey 34 100 103 Alderman Ronme 38 104 2 Allen Ga1lS 41 Ande rson Caldwell Dmk 34 62 88 100 95 Calloway Deborah 34 100 Calloway, Rachel 34 100 Campbell Bxlly 38 102 Cannoy Donald 34 Cannoy Larry 21 Edwards Jane 22 88 100 Edwards Johnnxe Mae 39 Ellls Betty JO 23 100 Ellzs Carol Sue 39 Cavxness Wesley 38 39 117 Don 38 Ruth 41 Rxcharcl 38 Pattl 20 100 Phyllxs 41 Anderson Anderson Armfxeld Arrmgton Arrxngton Ashley Wxlllam 41 Atkxns Atkxns Ayres Josephxne 20 77 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189 100 Beasley Sue Carol 41 Beason Don 20 Beason Larry 38 Beck Belva 34 Belton Bonnle 20 100 Benge Wayne 38 Bennett Gaye 34 100 103 Bennett Wayne 41 Beverly Jerry Wayne 34 Birks Tommy 41 Blshop Carol Sue 41 Blackburn Gxlmer 35 89 104 115 Blackman M1chae135 98 03 Blue Johnny 35 98 Blue Mary Louxse 38 81 Bond Helen 35 100 Bondurant Eddxe 20 21 98 Chilton Ruth 38 10 Clark Thorne 38 39 102 Clement Elaxne 41 Clement Lewxs 38 39 118 Clxfton Melvma 22 96 97 100 110 Clxfton Nelda 22 55 100 104 94 Clifton Rodney 38 89 Coalson Frances 38 Gxlle s Glas s Goad Goad Goard Goms Golns Golns pxe Eleanor 39 Tom 23 46 Anne 32 Susan 42 81 Mary 23 89100105 Buddy 42 Freddy 42 88 89 115 Peggy 39 Gravely Katxe 39 Gray Edward 39 77 118 Gray Freddle 23 89 Greenwood Charles 39 Gr1ff1n Douglas 39 Grlfflth Hazel 34 Coble George 22 46 78 98 109 Colbert Collms Colllns Collxns Collxns Combs Combs Claudine 42 Betty 41 42 Helen 42 Rachel 38 Vance 38 Brenda 42 Larry 38 Boyles Anme Gaye 41 Dalton Lewxs 42 Aloma 4181 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88 1 Dearmxn Kaye 22,89 90 100 Deatherage Belva 35 100 Dobson Sus1e 5 2122 56 62 63 65 66 85100 92 140 93 Dollyhzgh Ronald 42 115 Dowell Carolyn 42 Dowell Lmda 35 88 100 Draughn Mrs Margaret 47 East Glenn 22 46 77 Easter Arnold 42 Easter Charles 39 Gwyn Gwyn Gwyn Gwyn Haxr Hale Hall Hall Hall Hall Hall Bobby 23 80104117121 118 Carol Ann 39 M1nn1e 42 Melxssa 46 Brenda 42 52 82 88 Jlmmy 23 89 98104111 Barbara 23 96 Faye 35 100 Jamce 42 Jerry 35 98 Sylvxa 35 89 Hamxlton Mrs Maxzne 78 Harkrader Trent 42 88 Harrzs Harrzs Harms Harvey Harvey Hauser, Frank 42 Jxmmy 42 115 Kenneth 35 89 98 104 120 James 39 Patrxcia 42 Debbxe 24 28 56 58 63 90 100 104 Hawks Franklxn 35 98 103 Hawks Hayford 35 98 Hawks Letxtxa 42 Hawks Nancy 42 Haymore Mxss Ada 82 102 Haymore Ronald Lee 39 Haynes Arthur 42 Haynes, Betty Lou 35 100 Haynes Peggy J' 24 95 Haynes Peggy L 35 100 Haynes Ruth 42 Haynes, Wade 42 Hemrlck Edward 39 102 Hemrxck Ray 24 98 Henderson, Wrllxam 39 Bunn Dorothy 38 Burgess Ernest 41 Burke, Brenda 41 Burke, Edmund 38 85 88 02 Burke Mr Marlon Busxck, Vzrgxma 20 100 Bvrd B111 41 Easter Easter Easter Errnxne 42 Mlldred 42 Robert 34 Eaton Delmar 42 Edmger Clara 39 102 Edmger John 22 50 79 85 98 Edwards Bonnxe 34 100 103 104 Edwards Chr1st1ne 42 137 Henms Henms Hennxs Henms Henms Andy 42 Charles 42 88 Garnet 4142 140 93 r S A Jr Thomas 35 98 Hiatt Betty 35 100 103 104 Hxatt Bxlly 42 Hxatt Cleo Juanxta 39 Hxatt Edsel 24 56 88 98 04 115 121 H1att Jean 25 74 89 100 0 A C 1 '1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' ,119 ', ' . ,1 1 , ' .' 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