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

 - Class of 1962

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a THE 1962 AIRMONT .-aii The AIRMONT Staff of Mount Airy High School, Mount Airy, North Carolina Our 1962 ojcnoo , ear . . So people say, " Why open doors? " Because there are old doors and new doors, Great doors and dull doors, and, For the most part, all you have is doors, And while some may say, ' Well, they ' re nice doors, " For the most part you have, ' Well, that’s doors . . . Because when you take your doors and open them, They become not just doors but thresholds Offering up their opportunities and fates, And soon people are saying, " Open all doors! " Because there are old lives and young lives, Great lives and dull lives, and, For the most part, all you have is lives, And while some may say, ’Well, they ' re nice lives, " For the most part you have, ' Well, that ' s life . . . Because we look at life Through Open Doors . . . . . . Carol Perry HI p oors Contents Introduction Administration and Faculty. 4 10 School Life 30 Organizations 50 Students 76 Athletics 108 Advertisements.122 Senior Statistics, Index 137 U£ai £? ocas o. n 9i raim 4 7 )e future 5 6 7 . . . BELIEVING TOMORROW, AND TOMORROW, and tomorrow, Creeps in this petty pace from day to day To the last syllable of record¬ ed time . . . . . . Macbeth 8 7lo ministration Under the direction of Mr. Finch the office is a bee-hive of activity. Bells and telephones ring; office pages scurry about; decisions are made; and records are carefully checked. In this activity, how¬ ever, there is order, order which results in an efficiently organized and functioning school. Mr. Finch Principal J : w mk 71 ■ ,rl (Right) " NOW, WHO DID he want me to write? " won¬ ders Mrs. Johnson, sec¬ retary to Mr. Tharrington, as she pre¬ pares to type a letter. (Left) MRS. HOLYFIELD, SECRETARY to Mr. Finch, types absen¬ tee lists for teachers. THE ADMINISTRATION FINDS their new building both pleasant and convenient. Our school executives first occupied the new building last spring. " A WOMAN’S WORK is never done. " Katherine Gordon and Estelle McCloud help keep our school clean. " YOU CAN ' T WORK on an empty stom¬ ach, " say the cafeteria workers, (STAND¬ ING) Mrs. Speight, Mrs. Moxley, (SIT¬ TING) Mrs. Beamer, and Mrs. Jackson. MR. JACKSON, CUSTODIAN, pauses moment from his many duties . Mr. Robert Smith 0eac iers Jlre (J ui Mr. Charles D. Atkins " A good cigar is as great a comfort to a man as a good cry to a woman. " Mr. H. M. Finch " A wit ' s a feather, and a chief a rod, An honest man ' s the noblest work of God. " Miss Maria R. Baird • Mr. J. D. Bartley " A merry heart maketh a " Wit makes its own welcome cheerful countenance. " Mrs. Mary Lou Bartley " An effort made for the happi¬ ness of others lifts above our¬ selves. " Miss Etta Ruth Burke " As merry as the day is long. " Mrs. Irene Christian " A pleasant way, a winning smile, to know her is indpe worthwhile. " rs. Maude Coble It ' s nice to be natural wh€ you ' re naturally nice. " 1 14 2 ) oors r. J. M. Gollehon, Jr. To wake, the music and the ;auty needs the master ' s uch. " Mrs. Maxine Hamilton " Her ways are ways of pleas¬ antness and all her ways are peace. " Miss Eva Holder " Patience is the best remedy for every trouble. " Mr. Robert B. Holder " The man who loves and laughs must sure do well. " 3 o€ Mrs. Lavinia Mackie " Give to the world the best you have, and the best will come back to you. " MRS. S YD NOR AND MRS. COBLE browse through new books in the library. Ir. Charles Johnson [Without music life would be mistake. " Mr. Edmond W. Limer, Jr. " Gentle in manner, firm in reality. " 15 l ■ Miss Willie Lou McGee " She doeth little kindnesses which most leave undone. " Mr. Charles R. Moir " There ' s no substitute for victory. " Lorraine McKinney OUR LOYAL SUBSTITUE, Mrs. Irene Wortman, taught for Mrs. Hamilton during her illness Mrs. Mary Neal " It is well for one to know more than he says. " Mr. Ray Reed " Not only is there an art in knowing a thing, but also a certain art in teaching it. " Miss Nancy Saunders " Wit to persuade and beauty to charm. " Mr. Wallace Shelton " Born with the gift of laughter. " 16 Sh ns pi re Jean Simpson a jollie goode Booke [ here-on to looke is better jo me than Gold. " Mrs. Caroline Sydnor " Business like, a touch of fun, and a way all her own with much appeal. " Miss Annie Thomas " A friend to everyone, and everyone ' s friend. " Mrs. Vera Thomas " Abundance in wisdom, de¬ lightful in manner. " TEACHERS LEISURELY EAT during their lunch break. Mr. Ivo Wortman " The hand that rocks the cradle is the hand that rules the world. " Mr. W. L. Woodie " There are very few persons dr. George Williams who pursue science with true ' Man is a tool-making animal. " dignity. " 1 7 Many and varied are the activities which occur in our classrooms. Teachers lecture and reprimand; students alternately concentrate and fidget; but the process of education, leading our students to a richer and fuller future, continues. Gfa ass room ancjuacjes -JCe ey. 9 VERCttl Fourth year Latin students, Elizabeth Cockerham, Mary Eliz. Preddy, and Tippy Cox, examine a bulletin board illustrating the story of THE AENEED. Latin I, n, and IV add cul¬ ture to our curriculum. Miss Baird teaches allthri KATHLEEN PEOPLES AND Doris Hanks arrange composi¬ tions " From the Pens of Our Students " in Mr. Reed ' s class. 20 NEW TERMS, WORDS, and constructi are introduced by Mrs. Neal to Lati students. Mi 1 ( o earning if guage of our Southern neighbors. % t HABLE USTED ESPANOL? Students under Mrs. Mackie enjoy learning the lan- A WELL-ROUNDED COURSE of English grammar and most interesting literature is of¬ fered by Mrs. Christian. tt 21 (Circle) BILL SEIGLER POINTS to an interesting article on the current events map in Mr. Wortman ' s room. MR. WORTMAN AND his first period class use television to supplement their study of U. S. History. 7lround j n In today ' s world when such fear-pro¬ voking possiblilites as nuclear war, atomic fallout, and fallout shelters have become household words, stu¬ dents must learn more about the world in which they live. COACH ATKINS ' CIVICS class works on a classroom project. I 22 1 z n HOW WE LEARN About the Past is the theme of Ellen Foy ' s display on the history of mankind. MR. MOIR EXPLAINS the Consti¬ tution to his civics class. ISO 2 ) m i m. AKaiA An cf Science Open A he 7) oors r 7 o (Above) BIOLOGY CLASS IS always fun when lab time comes around- that is, for everyone except Mrs. Wortman when she tries to explain to her students the use of the microscope. (Above) " THIS IS HOW to find the center of gravity of an ir¬ regular object, " explains Mr. Woodie to four of his physics stu¬ dents . (Below) EARTH SCIENCE STUDENTS listen eagerly as Mrs. McKinney ex¬ plains the physical characteristics of a rock. 24 n )I2 Oj enjmn (Left) STUDENTS LISTEN CLOSELY as geometry problems are explained. 25 7)ocational Clnci Jfo me mar no Courses (Circle) MR. WILLIAMS HELPS mechanical drawing student Skip Simmons while Wayne Se- christ works diligently. (Left) MR. LIMER POINTS out symbols to his Shorthand I class. (Above) SHOP STUDENTS GENE Brannock and R. D. Coble work on a " go-cart. " v ■ (Left) VIC OFFICERS: Dean Hill, treasurer; Alfred Ardner, presi- sent; and Grant Martin, vice- president. 7i ram ears Commercial, vocational, and home¬ making courses broaden the educa¬ tions of MAHS students. Well quali¬ fied teachers and excellent facilities enable all students to take these sub¬ jects which serve a dual purpose-- to train for future jobs and to teach useful skills. (Above) FOR THE EIGHTH year the carpentry class is building a house for its main project. This year it is an eight room structure located on Creed Street. (Left) ERNESTINE JOHNSON AND Kay Forbis practice the fundamentals of typing. (Right) MRS. BARTLEY, HOME economics teacher, instructs Elaine Hiatt on the use of a sew¬ ing machine. W$0 (Left) A PORTION OF the glee club practices for the Christmas Concert. Hours of Practice precedes the smooth public performances of the glee club and band. STUDENTS USE THE library during their study hall and spare time for reading enjoyment and reference work. There are 5150 books and 55 periodicals which furnish class MISS THOMAS, MISS SIMPSON, and Mrs. McKinney help help and recreation to all students during the day. with the testing program in the library. ANN GLASS RECEIVES help from Miss Annie Thomas, guidance coun¬ selor, with her college application. (Above) SARAH HARK- RADER GOES up for the basket as the guards try to get the ball. Jin cj J le aftJi C ' a ural Jeer s (Below) FRESHMEN BOYS WARM UP with knee- bends in Physical Education I. 3cAoof Sports . . . pep rallies . . . senior superlatives . . . Christmas fes¬ tivities . . . exams . . . Sweet¬ heart Dance. . .Junior-Senior.. . senior play . . . graduation — school life, M. A. H. S. ( h ' n e IN MASSES WE support our winning team. A SENIOR RECEIVES her class ring. ft POSTERS ADVERTISE HOBO Thanksgiving. Activities BUS DRIVERS ARE responsible for transportation. ODA CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY in America CHEERLEADERS SPONSOR SADIE Hawkins Dance. ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL SEASON. STUDENTS BUSILY DECORATE Christmas float. Seniors Grownecf Jlincj Incf ( S ueer. KING AND QUEEN OF HEARTS JUNIORS FRESHMEN ■Jo JGg£fiq£t Uwirp Season Students voting with pennies, girls asking for dates, violators paying penalties, everyone anticipating the dance--all are part of Twirp Season, an annual event at MAHS. Highlight of the week-long frolic is the Sweetheart Dance at which the King and Queen of Hearts are crowned. (LEFT) MADISON COX LEADS Johnny Taylor, her horse for a day, down the hall. (CIRCLE) BOBBY CHILDRESS CARRIES out his punishment, emptying all the pencil sharpeners in¬ to the trash can which he carried for a day. (ABOVE) CYNTHIA STILL AND BILLY Gilbert vote for King and Queen of Hearts. (LEFT) OBEYING ONE OF the rules of Twirp Season, Cheryl Stone carries Joe York ' s books. jlomecomincj JJig ifia ii,s JaI Season These five candidates nominated by the football team contended for the cherished title of Homecoming Queen. The first student voting de¬ termines the five girls to compose the court; the second voting deter¬ mines the queen, whose name is not announced until the crowning. Football Game Football Fans Anne Ashburn Carol Dix Patti Wyche Babs Weldon Judy Hill Skip Simmons Annually Mr. and Miss Mount Airy High are chosen by a se¬ cret ballot of all students. The purpose of this election is to choose a boy and girl who re¬ present our school ideals. Junior Philip Pearson Senior Porter Dawson Sophomore Mike Williams Junior Stephen Stanley t Freshman John Hamilton 38 7 c5 Q ' 1961 62 Sylvia Draughn Senior Junior Orene Hill Janice Clifton Scholastic rating, school spirit, participation in school activi¬ ties, character, manners--these are the qualifications for candi¬ dates chosen by the HIGH SPOTS staff. Junior Ellen Foy Sophomore Carolyn Smith Freshman Martha Rowe BEST ALL AROUND Joe Smith CAMILLE COMBS, BECKY FRANK, Arlette Lambert, and Philip Stanley received the Scholarship Award for having the highest scholastic average in the graduating class of 1961. 1961 LIONS CLUB ESSAY WINNERS SARAH HARKRADER, 1st Place Arlette Lambert, 2nd Place Carolyn Simmons, 3rd Place Janice Clifton, 4th Place MISS ANNIE THOMAS, chairman of Kate Barringer Scholarship Committee, con¬ gratulates Laurie Semones on winning the first Kate Barringer Scholarship award¬ ed. ARLETTE LAMBERT Honor Scholarship to Salem. Laurie Semones President ' s Scholarship to Pheiffer. Jimmy Sessoms Scholarship to Catawba. Nancy Slate Scholarship to Meredith Joe Smith Aubrey Lee Brooks Scholarship to N.C. State. Philip Stanley Merit Scholarship to Harvard. Tommy White Scholarship to Davidson College. Gary York Football Scholarship to Guilford Col¬ lege. 40 Receive Recognition CO-CHIEF MARSHALS FOR 1961. GIRL ' S STATE AND Boy ' s State representatives for 1961: (FRONT ROW, LEFTTORIGHT) JoAnn Baer, Bobby Lovill, Charles Myers, Linda Simmons; (BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT) Johnny Taylor, Hugh Peoples, Freddy Lambert. JO ANN BAER and Carol Perry were chosen for this honor on the basis of having the highest aca¬ demic average for two and one- half years. FREDDY LAMBERT, HUGH Peoples, Charles Myers, Carol Perry, and Skip Simmons were the recipients of scholarships to study under the Gifted Child Program at West¬ ern Carolina College during the summer of 1961. (Below) THE MODERN CLASS¬ ROOM building and library at Western Carolina College pro¬ vided an attractive and pleasant atmosphere for study. cS ipnng CPuA r ■ » fi 1 f T i r r i j i . . . Senior Play . . . Prom - C tnpnasj.s On af-t = emors CReli, ioe EMILY WEBB (Camille Combs) and George Gibbs (Ray Tate) first discover over a soda what love is, as the druggist, Mr. Morgan (Phillip Stanley), smiles knowingly. (Circle) " OUR CHILDREN AREN ' T like they used to be, " says Mrs. Webb (Missy Clark) (Right) to Mrs. Gibbs (Frankie Lou James). " THE MORNING AFTER the night before. " Mr.Stim- son (Kyle Loftis), the town drunk, staggers home. I • buRToviW ¥ Oar (Jt own " I NOW PRONOUNCE you man and wife, " says the minister (Phillip Stanley), as Emily Webb and George Gibbs finally admit that " love and marriage go together like a horse and carriage. " (Left) MISS SAUNDERS CONVERTS Bill Burke to Joe Stoddard, the town undertaker, as Dennis Patterson looks on. (Below) " WHYRUSH? We still have a few min¬ utes before the tardy bell, " says Rebecca Gibbs (Glenda Tilley) to George Gibbs (Ray Tate), Emily Webb (Camille Combs), and Wally Webb (Larry Mann). J7 amors . ; emors € . njoy MRS. NEAL and Orene Hill serve refreshments to dancers. MEMORIES ARE MADE at the junior-senior prom. The Eiffel Tower, sidewalk cafes, and glittering stars--allwere a part of the delightful " April in Paris " enjoyed by the juniors and seniors at their very own dance, the junior-senior prom. Gay Paree provided the perfect setting for a wonder¬ ful evening --an evening filled with enough golden memories to last a lifetime. JEANETTE PELL, STEPHEN DAVENPORT, and Linda Badgett prepare decorations for the prom. 46 n cc _April Jn J J c aris )) AFTER BEING RECOGNIZED and forming the figure of the Eiffel Tower, prom committee members and class officers dance to the music of the Lampliters. (Below) BENEATH STARRY SKIES Missy Clark and David Hemrick enjoy a dance. (Above) JUNIORS AND SENIORS enjoy danc¬ ing to the music of the Lampliters. 47 Commencement. . HOPEFUL JUNIOR, Porter Dawson, watches the nervous, but proud, seniors as that long-awaited mo¬ ment finally arrives. THE RISING SENIOR class is installed during Class Night exercises. Graduation--that long-awaited moment--finally arrives for the 1961 seniors. This night brings tears and laughter. . . joy and sorrow. The class of ' 61 is to¬ gether for probably the last time. Each, striving for happiness and success, must now go his sep¬ arate way. For a brief moment the first school years are re¬ membered; then the seniors say good-by to MAHS. CLASS POET Camille Combs recites at Class Night exer¬ cises. 1961 MARSHALS: (FRONT ROW) Carol Perry and Jo Ann Baer, co-chiefs; (SECOND ROW) Louise Shelton, Orene Hill, LindaSimmons; (THIRD ROW) Freddy Lambert, Carolyn Shore, Charles Myers; (FOURTH ROW) Porter Dawson, and Hugh Peoples. SENIORS PRACTICE FOR their final march out of the auditorium. Participation in school organiza¬ tions contributes much to every¬ day school life. Language, dra¬ matic, governmental, and honor¬ ary clubs enable students to de¬ velop friendships and teamwork and add pleasant memories of our high school lives, memories which we shall always cherish. Gfu Uoor.s " VOTE FOR ONLY one, " says Hugh Peoples (Above) " EVEN THE ' BLOB ' votes (Right) as Larry Kizer and other students for Skip and Bob. " prepare to vote for student council officers. Student G ounci. St riues (Left) " BE A GOOD egg; vote for ’Yoke’. " (Above) " WE’RE ROWING FOR Rowe. " " WE WON! " EXCLAIMS Dave Rowe to Steve Davenport after the results of the student council election were an¬ nounced. 52 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: (Front) M. Williams, sergeant-at-arms; D. Rowe, president; S. Davenport, vice-president; (Back) S. Rees, secretary; H. Peoples, treasurer; F. Ashburn, parliamentarian. l i for C 3eiter (Citizenship STEPHEN DAVENPORT AND David Rowe discuss homeroom duties with the student council representatives. Miss Annie Thomas Advisor PORTER DAWSON, FEATURE editor, and Jo Ann Baer, associate editor, draw dummy for page two of HIGH SPOTS. HIGH SPOTS IS published monthly by the journal¬ ism class. Faye Ervin previews finished HIGH SPOTS before the papers are distributed in the homerooms. 11 a A D£e n oice JESSIE ANNA WARD and Patti Wyche look on as Ann Taylor types their stories. JOURNALISM STUDENTS PROOFREAD their stories for the next issue of HIGH SPOTS. HIGH SPOTS EDITORS are chosen from the senior class by the senior class. Jo Ann Baer, associate editor, and Faye Ervin, editor, consult Miss Holder, advisor, about the next issue of HIGH SPOTS. • • (Below) JERRY CHRISTIAN, HIGH SPOTS photographer, examines his camera. SYLVIA DRAUGHN AND Byron Willard, sports editors, cover school athletics for HIGH SPOTS. Here they look over their stories. LIBBY SHELTON, DEIDRA Shelton, andPhyllis Vaughn put many hours of hard work into each issue of HIGH SPOTS. EDITOR OF THE AIRMONT, Nancy Draughn, adds finishing touches before sending the an¬ nual for publication. ELISABETH NIEUWENHUIS, BUSINESS manager, looks over the ads, while Orene Hill, copy editor, proofreads the layouts. OUR PRESENT AIRMONT PHOTOGRAPHERS -- Dale Wat¬ son, Frank Longest, and Bill Siegler -- review camera procedure. 1 s I 1 l$)orJz The AIRMONT staff, chosen by the advisor and senior members, works constantly in a determined and sometimes frantic effort to meet the final deadline. Cut lines must be written; dummies must be drawn up; pictures must be taken; and final layouts must be prepared. The end product, we hope, will meet the ap¬ proval of the student body. AIRMONT TYPIST, MARY Faye Money, types lay¬ outs for completion. BILL BRADFORD (center) gives Jerry Christian, HIGH SPOTS photographer, and Bill Seigler, Dale Watson, and Dick Chapman, AIRMONT photogra¬ phers, pointers on correct camera technique. (Below) NANCY DRAUGHN (Second from left) ADVISES Ellen Foy (far right) on a layout, while Mary Elizabeth Preddy, Elisabeth Nieuwenhuis, Orene Hill, Mary Faye Money, Carol¬ yn Shore, and Carol Perry breeze through other annuals for suggestions. NANCY MERRITT, JANE Leach, Elizabeth Cockerham, Frances Ashburn, Francine Johnson, Anne Ashburn, and Bar¬ bara Lovill, AIRMONT members, manage a smile as they work frantically to meet a deadline. Since much of our high school lives is cen¬ tered about the library, the library assist¬ ants, who sign out and check books in and help the students to learn to use the library properly, play a vital role in the educational processes of our school. (Circle) MISS SIMPSON, SCHOOL li¬ brarian, arranges an interesting dis¬ play of books on the shelf. SiSi rarij Cn.ssisia.nts (Below) LIBRARY ASSISTANTS - (Sitting) Carol Tesh, Patti Wyche, Oda Jessen, (Stand¬ ing) Connie Wyche and Cynthia Still - help with the maintenance of the books. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Appointed by the vice-president of the student council, hall monitors sign slips, maintain orderly conduct in the halls, and add immeas¬ urably to the efficiency with which our school functions. Jfaff TlConiior.s JANICE CLIFTON, HALL monitor, signs slips for Byron Cooke and Mary Faye Money. (Left) STEPHEN DAVENPORT, VICE-PRESI¬ DENT of the student council, explains the duties of the hall monitors to Paul Allred, Charles Cooke, Carol Ayers, Rodney Frye, Jerry Chris¬ tian, and Bonnie Berrier. (Right) OUR HALL MONITORS are an in¬ dispensable asset to our school. OFFICE PAGES: (SITTING, LEFT TO RIGHT) D. Shelton, P. Wyrick, J. Ward, D. McKinney, F. Hiatt, S. Draughn. (STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT) C. Myers, R. Harris, S. McGee, J. Allred, D. Smith, B. Simmons, S. McKnight, G. McAlexander. (Circle) OFFICE PAGE SAM McGee calls all the absentees. mniMcesm Am c fit AM ■ — : M (Above) DIANNE McKINNEY MAKES an an¬ nouncement over the intercom. (Left) EDDIE SHORT AND Joe Allred mimeo¬ graph absentee lists for all the teachers. •M ore s moo GUIDANCE ASSISTANTS: (SITTING, LEFT TO RIGHT) Libby Shelton, Phyllis Vaughn, Mildred Easter, Ann Glass. STANDING,LEFT TO RIGHT) Anne Taylor, Louise Shelton, Pat¬ ty Webb, Anne Puckett. (Above) MISS THOMAS GIVES instructions to her as sistants, Patty Webb and Anne Puckett. :; =■ - (RIGHT) MILDRED EASTER (RIGHT), GUIDANCE assistant, shows college information to Babs Weldon. All juniors and seniors are eligible to join the Hi-Y or Tri-Hi-Y Club. The aim of the " Y " Clubs, which are a part of the national Hi-Y Fellowship, is " to create, maintain, and extend throughout home, school, and community high standards of Christian character. " The Tri-Hi-Y has a total of eighty members and the Hi-Y fifty members. HI-Y OFFICERS for 1961-62 include Bob Lovill, president; Johnny Taylor, secretary; Hugh Peo¬ ples, chaplain; Sam McGee, treasurer; Jimmy Hazel, sergeant-at-arms; and Steve McKnight, historian. THE HI-Y CLUB 62 Juii C Character m MxessiMsmaii THE TRI-HI-Y CLUB The work of the club is carried out through the leadership of Elisabeth Nieuwenhuis, president; Linda Simmons, first vice-president; Carolyn Shore, secretary; Penny Powell, sergeant-at- arms; Babs Weldon, chaplain; Donna Hartman, reporter; and Louise Shelton, treasurer. Mrs. Sydnor, advisor, discusses Projects for the year with group captains Sylvia Draughn, Connie Wyche, Francine Johnson, Patti Wyche, and sec¬ ond vice-president Frances Hiatt (SECOND FROM RIGHT). These projects include Home¬ coming, help for the needy at Thanksgiving and Christmas, Sweetheart dance, and banquet for the " Y " Clubs. 63 IpaP j: dj§ .» M wf Mm H jK ijL, T1 £ ' hU t t ■ M ■k kjk wgjpy - i 1 jp mWC The Latin Club, sponsored by Miss Baird and Mrs. Neal, meets once a month during class. The club, composed of second, third, and fourth-year students, has for its main project the annual spring banquet at which the members dress like Romans and are served by first-year Latin " slaves. " Satin The Spanish Club, of which all second-year students are members, meets once a month during class period. Sponsored by Mrs. Mackie, the 1961-1962 club has two sets of officers because of increased enroll¬ ment. This year the members are plan¬ ning a Spanish banquet, which they hope will become an annual event. 7ln cf Span s 2 ( j uSs I LATIN CLUB OFFICERS: (Front Row) Donna Hart¬ man, Mary Elizabeth Preddy, Madison Cox, Anne Ash- burn; (Second Row) Charles Myers, Tommy Brim, R. L. Williamson, Bobby Ball; (Third Row) Porter Dawson, Warren McHone. (Circle) SECOND-YEAR LATIN stu¬ dents-Bobby Drdak, Judy Booker, and Patsy Patterson-participate in a Latin Club play. 7ncrea.se interest 7n L. anauaaes (Right) MR. NORMAN WYCHE shows films of Spanish-speaking countries to the Spanish Club. FOURTH PERIOD SPANISH Club officers: Elizabeth Nieuwenhuis, Paul Allred, and Frances Hiatt. SIXTH PERIOD OFFICERS: Dianne McKinney, Connie Wyche, and Don Smith. Juture Jfomemalters Of fmer ca THE FHA IS a national organization of girls who are enrolled in home economics classes. MRS. BART LEY DISTRIBUTES bottles of flavoring to FHA club members. The sale of the flavoring is one of their many projects thoughout the year. (CIRCLE) MRS. BARTLEY, SPONSOR of the club, gives Nancy Davis some helpful sewing hints. (BELOW) FHA OFFICERS: (FRONT ROW) JUDY QUESINBERRY, HISTORIAN; Helen Sumner, treas¬ urer; Ellen Sumner, president; Libby Shelton, reporter; Linda Bowman, song leader; Deidra Shelton, vice-president; Phyllis Vaughn, secretary and parliamentarian; Jessie Anna Ward, chaplin. 1 ’G o nans JABEZ STONE (R. L. Williamson) fearfully awaits the verdict in " The Devil and Daniel Webster, " a one-act play presented by the D ' COMAHS and capably directed by Miss Nancy Saunders. (Below) THE DRAMATICS CLUB consists of students who have displayed an interest and an aptitude in drama. (Above) D’COMAHS CLUB OFFICERS--(Seated) Becky Laws, treasurer; Steve McKnight, president; Suzanne Quesinberry, secretary; (Standing) Frank Longest, vice-president; and R. L. Williamson, sergeant-at- arms--discuss with Mr. Reed, co-sponsor, the ap¬ proaching dramatics club assembly. Miss Saunders Sponsor •JKc on ()(jram C n co urates mthfetics THE MONOGRAM CLUB includes our finest athletes: (FIRST ROW) J. Bost, J. Taylor, D. Brown, J. Yokley, B. Ball, S. Davenport, B. Hull; (SECOND ROW) J. Gwyn, L. Moody, B. Perry, B. Hauser, J. Sumner, V. Pyles; (THIRD ROW) E. Nester, B. Cooke, J. Harris, B. Willard, D. Rowe, M. Estes, B. Childress, and D. Pearce. " POETRY IN MOTION!’ THE BOYS ' GYM in¬ structors aid coaches in leading students in physical fitness. THE GIRLS ' GYM instruc¬ tors play a vital role in the physical education depart¬ ment of our school. 7fie fl ate ) arrinaer Charles Myers President Orene Hill Vice-President Skip Simmons Secretary Hugh Peoples Treasurer Students are admitted to the Kate Barr¬ inger Chapter of the National Honor So¬ ciety on the bases of an average of nine¬ ty on all subjects and a rating on person¬ al traits by all teachers. Leadership, service, initiative , dependability, in¬ dustry, honesty, and personality--these are the traits on which students are rated. Members are chosen twice a year, and to remain in the society they must maintain the high standards set forth. Mrs. Lorraine McKinney Advisor 70 . 7 ie pCationaf Jfonor 5ocietu Baer Janice Clifton Glass Freddy Lambert Carol Perry Cockerham Porter Dawson Rebecca Lawson Shirley McCraw Shelton Carolyn Shore Rodney Frye Philip Pearson Rebecca Watts 71 FIRST PERIOD GROUP practices for the Christmas program which is given for the entire school. A FULL CHORUS dress rehearsal com¬ bines the first and second period groups and the non-credit singers. GLEE CLUB OFFICERS for 1961-62 are Jenny Porter, Frances Hiatt, Mary R. Kirkman, Penny Powell, and Lon Brown. MR. JOHNSON CONFERS with glee club accompanists Nancy Beasley and Jeanette Brown. Wi US1C The glee club is made up of stu¬ dents who meet daily in two sepa¬ rate classes. Non-credit mem¬ bers practice with the full chorus at night. The glee club appear¬ ances--both at school and before special groups--are eagerly a- waited by everyone. Jlf i 7 cS ) an cf Ylcfcfs C xcitem eni The band under the direction of Mr. Joseph Gollehon is one of the most colorful organizations in M AHS. It performs atall home foot¬ ball games, in parades, and in many other events through out the year. Each spring the band par¬ ticipates with the glee club in a joint concert, one of the most popular school-sponsored events. (Above) BAND OFFICERS: Mr. Gollehon, di¬ rector; Wayne Sechrist; Cynthia Steel; Janice Clifton; Philip Pearson. (Right) MAJORETTES ADD COLOR and excite¬ ment to half-time programs. 74 ' Uo Sc ioo Jncf ( ommun ti J3ife (Above) THE HALF-TIME programs pre¬ sented by the band at each home game were enjoyed by all. (Left) PHILIP PEARSON, STUDENT con¬ ductor, directs the band to Walter ' s " Sound and Fury. " , - H 4 V 75 IBSB, The students have gone; the halls are deserted. However, they echo still the optimism, confidence, and eager curiosity of youth, youth bubbling with exuberance and love of life, always drifting along, grop¬ ing for something that is always beyond their reach. Some will reach the end of the hall and the door that awaits, open to the un¬ iverse; yet others may stumble and fall. Halls form passageways to the doors of life. ' • H if c jtucfents SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Bobby Lovill, treasurer; Johnny Yokley, vice-president; Johnny Taylor, president; Patti Wyche, secretary. PAUL ALLRED ALFRED ARNDER HARRY BAUM MAMIE JO BEASLEY JAMES BOST BILLY CARTER CAROL BOWMAN BOBBY CHILDRESS LINDA BOWMAN CLAUDINE CHILDRESS LYRINE BOWMAN JERRY CHRISTIAN BOBBY BOYD ROBERTA COBBLER BOB ASHBY LINDA BELL CAROL AYERS BONNIE BERRIER LINDA BADGETT GAIL BEVERLY JO ANN BAER TOMMY BIRKS LORITA BALDWIN CLARK BONDURANT CHARLES COOKE NANCY DRAUGHN FREDDY COOKE SYLVIA DRAUGHN HENRIETTA CORNS MILDRED EASTER JERRY GWYN MIKE HENSLEY JOHNNY HARRIS FRANCES HIATT RICKIE HARRIS DEAN HILL DONNA LEE HARTMAN BOBBY HAWKS ORENE HILL DONNA HOOKER PHIL COULSON RONNIE ELLIS BETTIE HAYES DEAN HUNTER GARY CUNDIFF STEPHEN DAVENPORT PORTER DAWSON FAYE ERVIN MIKE ESTES ANN GLASS LARRY DINKINS BUFORD GOINS MARY HAYNES JIMMY HAZEL ODA JESSEN CAROLE JOHNSON eniors 1962 tH ' ■ il i ■ t:- f | 4 J). k 1 IN A WINTER wonderland Buddy Perry dodges a snowball skillfully thrown by Elisabeth Nieuwen- huis. GILBERT JOHNSON REGGIE JOYNER NANCY McCRAW DILLARD McGAHA JUDY MONDAY JEANETTE PELL MARY FAYE MONEY HUGH PEOPLES MIKE MOORE BUDDY PERRY CHARLES MYERS CAROL PERRY BEVERLY NEUBER MIKE POORE MARY RUTH KIRKMAN FREDDY LAMBERT EDDIE LAWRENCE BOBBY LOVILL SAM McGEE STEVE McKNIGHT DALE McMILLIAN GRANT MARTIN GARY Me ALEXANDER JOE MARTIN STEVE SANDERS WAYNE SECHRIST PEGGY SHAW CAROLYN SIMMONS EDDIE SIMMONS JERRY SIMMONS CLAUDIA SNOW MARGARET WARE JERRY SNOW MARY WATTS ANN TAYLOR JOHNNY TAYLOR LENA THOMAS BILLY WELBORN BABS WELDON JUANITA WESTMORELAND DEIDRA SHELTON LINDA SIMMONS LIBBY SHELTON ROGER SIMMONS LOUISE SHELTON SKIP SIMMONS CAROLYN SHORE STEVE SIMMONS BING SIMMONS MELBA SMITH JEANNIE TIMMONS PHYLLIS VAUGHN DUDLEY WILKEY BYRON WILLARD LIBBY WAITE PATTI WYCHE JESSIE WARD VELPO WARD JOHNNY YOKLEY 71 Oda Jessen, our student from abroad, came to us from Celle, Germany. Her idea of Amer¬ ica—a land of few trees and many skyscrap¬ ers--was quickly changed. Entering into var¬ ious school activities, she acquired many friends. 71 Wefcome Uo 0 ur (xc anae Student We, the AIRMONT staff, welcome you, Oda, and will long remember you after this year is ODA AND HER American sisters, Connie and Pattie past. Wyche, find that they enjoy sharing both home and school experiences. ODA AND FRIENDS gather during lunch for a few minutes of fun. 87 Seniors Select Superlatives BEST LOOKING Sam McGee and Patti Wyche MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED David Rowe and Babs Weldon MOST STUDIOUS Carol Perry and Hugh Peoples 88 Ancf Glass DG aA Speakers BEST PERSONALITY Elisabeth Nieuwenhuis and Bobby Hauser MOST POPULAR Oda Jessen and Stephen Davenport WITTIEST Frances Hiatt and Jimmy Hazel 89 ass MOST ATHLETIC Johnny Yokley and Sylvia Draughn CLASS NIGHT SPEAKERS Porter Dawson and Skip Simmons Steve McKnight and Bobby Lovill MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Skip Simmons and Louise Shelton MEMBERS OF THE Debating team--Johnny Taylor, Steve McKnight, and Bob Lovill--confer with Miss Saunders, the team ' s sponsor. MEMBERS OF MISS Saunders ' public speaking class, from which the debating team is.chosen , enjoy an explanation of public speaking procedure. s? . Assv JssvSJ —Jz, JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: (LEFT TO RIGHT) Francine Johnson, President; Carol Dix, Vice-President; Don Smith, Secretary; and Janice Clifton; Treas¬ urer. unior C o ass Bobby Allen Joe Allred Ann Ashburn Frances Ashburn Barbara Badgett Bobby Ball Steve Banner Glenda Barker Jo Ann Bateman Nancy Beasley Charlotte Belton Wanda Benge Terry Blackman Tony Bledsoe Carol Bond Gail Bondurant Louise Bowman Gene Brannock David Brown Jeanette Brown Lon Brown Calvin Bryant Dozy Caldwell Martha Calloway Phyllis Chapell Larry Childress Janice Clifton R. D. Coble Elizabeth Cockerham Christine Collins Rodney Cooke Madison Cox Sarah Cox Margaret Dancy Carolyn Davis Susan Davis Linda Deatherage Carol Dix Johnny Dowell Eugenia Edmonds Rachael Faw Catherine Flippin Kay Forbis Paula Fowler Ellen Foy Joe France Gayle Frye Rodney Frye Helen Gates Trudy Goins Brenda Hawks Lynn Hennis Suzanne Hennis Billy Hiatt Judy Hill Clifford Hornaday Patsy Howell Bruce Hull Sandy Hutchens Pam Inman Mickey Jackson Brenda Jarrell Francine Johnson Tommy King Carol Lautenschlager Rebecca Lawson Carolyn Leftwich Mozelle Leftwich Donald Leonard Jilda Lewis John Liddle Frank Longest Warren McHone Kandy Marion Joe Martin Eddie Massey Twainette Massey Lucky Moody Tommy Neal George Nieuwenhuis Floyd Noah Lloyd Noah Geneva Norman Fred O ' Neal Phillip Pearson Jenny Porter Mary Elizabeth Preddy Terry Pruitt Ann Puckett Richard Puckett Libby Ramey Charles Reeves Edward Reeves Gail Richard Jimmy Roberts Quinton Rogers Gerry Schafer Thomas Scott Frances Shelton Mike Shelton Sammy Slate Don Smith Evelyn Smith Oscar Smith Helen Snyder Stephen Stanley Richard Starr Patricia Steelman J. W. Sumner Kay Sutphin Candy Toler Patsy Turpin Bobby Vogler Ernest Voncannon Jimmy Voncannon Anita Watson Becky Watts Mary Wells Sharon Westmoreland Lannie Whiteman R. L. Williamson Mary Lou Wrenn Connie Wyche Patricia Wyrick Diane McKinney SIDE BY SIDE run. Kenny Alderman Mike Allran Wayne Allred Andy Anderson Jack Armfield Johnny Arrington Patsy Atkins Joy Baber Carol Beck Danny Beck Jimmy Belton Judy Booker Dennis Bowman Jerry Bowman Nancy Bradley cS o p £ o m o r e G a s s Jim Bray Linda Brinkley S. A. Brintle Peggy Cagle Carolyn Calloway Howard Carpenter Mike Carter Tommy Carter Dennis Childress Susan Cockerham Dick Chapman Leslie Collins W. L. Collins Ronnie Cook Dianne Cox Jimmy Cox Pat Cox Elizabeth Cruse Lloyd Dalton Bonita D ' Amico 97 Ronnie Daniels Becky Dawson Tondah Davis Donald Douglas Janet Dowell Bobby Drdak Kenneth Easter Geraldine Edwards Randy Eld ridge Tommy Fawcett Glory Fowler Dick Foy Jerry Freeman Bill Gilbert Ellen Goad Freddy Goins Ronny Greenwood Teresa Griffin Rodney Gunter Mike Hall Van Hallman Doris Hanks Sarah Harkrader Opal Hawks Linda Head Steve Hiatt Gary Hill Gilda Hill Joyce Holcomb Sarah Hoover Max Hunter Martha Inman Ad Jessup Janie Jones Leo Jones 98 Sharon Jones Stanley King Larry Kizer Tanya Klutz Becky Laws 1 f Jane Leach Bobby Leonard Betty Lowe Barbara Lovill Carolyn Mabe Dale Marsh Don Marsh Larry Marshall Glen Martin Wanda McHone Jane McMillian Melvin McMillian Linda Mears Nancy Merritt Jimmy Moore Martha Morris Tommie Gail Nixon Judy Norman Richard Owen Patsy Patterson Sandra Patton Jo Ann Paul Jettie Peoples Kathleen Peoples Peggy Pender Ray Poore Frankie Puckett Doris Pulliam Judy Quesinberry Linda Quesinberry 99 Suzanne Quesinberry Susan Rees Melvin Rodgers Becky Rule JudiSabin Bruce Samet Margaret Scott Be Anne Schwab Bill Seigler Becky Semones Larry Starling Mary Ann Steelman Cynthia Still Cheryl Stone Ellen Sumner Helen Sumner Donald Surratt Carol Tesh Peggy Thomas Bobby Tickle Leonard Utt Gay Vernon Bill Wallace Genie Ware Dale Watson Linda Shelton Juanita Shockley Carolyn Smith Dianne Simmons Nancy Simmons 100 Carolyn Watts Patty Webb Dennis Whitaker Sandra Wilhite Sheila Willard Mike Williams Brenda Worrell Joe York Ronny, I didn ' t know you cared! Aren ' t they pretty? FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS: Jerry Shore, vice-president; Martha Rowe, president; A1 Holyfield, secretary; Bonnie Burge, treasurer. J ' res unan C ' o ass Geraldine Aifano Betty Allen Brenda Allen James Allred Jane Allred Karen Allred Judy Arrington Lattie Arrington Mary L. Ashburn Lou Ashby William Ayers Mike Badgett Mike Badgett Rebecca Banner Jerry Barker Mike Bartley Clifton Baughn Dennis Beck Roger Bedsaul Calvin Bell Sharon Bell Benny Belton Cynthia Belton Randy Belton Shirley Benge Mary Birks J. C. Blackmon Brenda Blair Linda Blair Dianne Blizzard Robert Bondurant Clark Boyd Betty Boyles Larry Boyles John Bradley Peggy Brannock Johnny Brim Billy Brooks Linda Brower Larry Bryant Sandra Bryant Bonnie Burge Brenda Burgess Gil Burke Kay Burris Mary Butcher Patsy Butcher Carl Cain Herbert Chandler Woody Clark Mary Ellen Collins Sue Combs Maxine Cook David Cooke Judy Cooke Marian Cooke Martha Jane Cooke Linda Crow Thomas Dancy Janet Davis Nancy Davis Larry Deatherage Marsha Eads Norma Jean Easter Troy Easter Barbara Edwards Cathy Edwards Gary Edwards Joan Ervin Bob Fisher Nancy Fleming Steve Flippin Billie Forrest E. R. Forrest Jane Foust Robin Foy Bill Francisco Wayne Franklin George Frye Virgil Gilbert Johnny Gilley Margaret Gilliam Peggy Glass Clyde Goad Mary Ellen Goad Smith Goad Bonnie Goins Clayton Goins Linda Goins Louis Goins Patsy Goins Yvonne Golding Jo Anne Graves Sarah Gray David Green Billy Griffith Gloria Griffith Glenn Gunter John Hamilton Jean Harrell Harriet Hatcher Jerry Hatcher Cub Hauser Larry Hawks Katherine Haynes Nancy Haynes Judy Head Elaine Hiatt Tony Hiatt Donna Hicks Carolyn Holder Linda Holloway A1 Holyfield Joe Hooker June Hooker Wanda Inman David Jackson Tommy Jackson Calvin Johnson Cathy Johnson Ernestine Johnson Freddy Johnson Robbie Johnson Dennis Johnston Carleen Jones Dwight Jones Judy Jones Larry Jones Ronnie Jones Bonnie King Larry Kirkman Leslie Kirkman Tony Kirkman Trevor Kirkman Judy Lawson Janet Ledford Ann Lee Jackie Lee 8m Juanita Leftwich Cam Lewis Betty Liddle Tony Lineback Sandi Littleton Jane Loflen Gary Lovill Joe Lowe Dwight McAlexander Irene McAtee Dianne McBride Sara McCann James McCloud Dale McDowell Linda McHone Barbara McMillian Bill McNeil Elbert Marion Carol Marsh Jane Marsh Detra Marshall Tommy Martin Carl Massey Susan Midkiff Joyce Moles Gary Monday Laurie Moorefield Mike Morrison Phyllis Murphy Beverly Neal Melinda Neal Mark Nichols Elly Nieuwenhuis Bill Owen Dennis Owens Jeanette Owens Linville Palmer Terry Parker Mary Payne William Payne Ronnie Peele George Pendergraft Linda Pennix Tony Phillips Jerry Porter Gary Pruett Harry Puckett Sandra Puckett Steve Puckett Wade Puckett Roger Reeves Burke Robertson Martha Rowe Sammy Rule Jean Sessoms Roger Shelton Russell Shelton Tensie Lee Shelton Jerry Shore Dot Short Virginia Short Rodney Simmons Ruth Ellen Simmons Patsy Slate Betty Smith Patsy Smith Frances Snow Barbara Speight Jimmy Sprinkle Bill Staples Kay Starling Jo Ann Steel Marjorie Stepp Beverly Sutphin Charlotte Sykes Mike Taylor Paula Terry Jeannie Throckmorton Freddy Tickle Glenda Tilley Reggie Tilley Nancy Turpin Judy Utt Wallace Utt Shirley Vaughn June Vernon Nancy Vogler Diane Walker Gene Ward John Warren Phil Welch Linda Weldon George Wells Gary Willard Elwood Williams Nancy Williamson Bonnie Wilson Anne Wimbish Freddy Witt Pam Wolfe Bill Woltz Patricia Wooten Douglas Worth Linda Wray Mary Ann Wray Judy Wright Engle Yokley Donnie York J ' resfi. resn man (Left) LAURIE, WATCH OUT for that truck!! (Below) FRESHMEN MAKE USE of every possible minute for studying. (Above) A TRICYCLE BUILT for two. (Right) ELLY ' S FIRST BIRTHDAY (Above) GYM IS A required subject on every freshman ' s schedule. (Left) " HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DEAR Betty, happy birth¬ day to you. " 107 " TWO MORE POINTS ! " PLAYERS Moody, Gwyn, Moorefield, Childress, Da¬ venport, Ball, and Rowe cheer their teammates on to victory. (Circle) " SLOWDOWN! " SHOUTS Coach Moir, as the tension mounts. (Right) FANS TURN OUT to greet the vie torious Bears, who won their second con secutive State AAA Championship. 110 (Left) " THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES. " (Circle) BUDDY PERRY, AFTER scoring the winning point in the District Championship finals, is hoisted to the shoulders of fans. TJictoru AFTER WINNING THEIR second State AAA Championship and their fiftieth consecutive game, Coach Moir and his basketball players " whoop it up. " JOHNNY YOKLEY SNARES A rebound as Mount Airy stomps Gray in District 5 tourna¬ ment. 1l1 Dec. 1- Dec. 2- Dec. 9- Dec. 12- Dec. 15- Dec. 19- Jan. 5- Jan. 6- Jan. 9- Jan. 12- Jan. 20- Jan. 26- Feb. 2- Feb. 6- Feb. 9- Feb. 13- Feb. 16- Feb. 23- Feb. 27- Mar. 2- Jefferson William Fleming ♦Jefferson ♦North Surry ♦Elkin Wilkes Central South Alamance ♦Jonesville East Surry ♦Reidsville ♦Wilkes Central ♦Morehead ♦Bessemer ♦East Surry ♦William Fleming North Surry Morehead Bessemer Reidsville ♦South Alamance yj J eco ne . (Circle) EDDIE NESTER. SENIOR forward, goes in for a lay-up. (Left) BUDDY PERRY IS fouled by North Surry ' s Claude Williamson as he goes in for a shot. (FRONT ROW) J.W. Sumner, B. Ball, B. Perry, D. Childress, D. Foy, L. Moody (SECOND ROW) J. Yokley, M. Williams, T. Bledsoe, E. Nester, D. Rowe, S. Freeman. I Ji pi M M PklBh Mr » i oT J rlv J L V ' i 1 J i c 12 - 15- 19- 5- 9- 12 - 16- 19- 23- 26- 30- 2 - 6 - 9- 13- 16- 27- North Surry Elkin Wilkes Central Blue Ridge East Surry Meadows of Dan Thomasville Wilkes Central Blue Ridge Drewy Mason Open Drewy Mason East Surry Thomasville North Surry Meadows of Dan Woolwine (Right) SYLVIA DRAUGHN GOES in for a lay-up against North Surry. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jgn. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. (Circle) COACH SHELTON DISCUSSES plans with the 1961-1962 captain, Sylvia Draughn. • • , I Bobby Childress Jimmy Hazel David Rowe Johnny Harris OPPONENT S. Alamance 0 Concord 25 North Surry 0 Boone 26 Wilkes Central 13 Page 19 Harding 32 Morehead 7 Bessemer 7 Reidsville 13 MT. AIRY David Pearce (Right) GRANITE BEAR COACHES: W. Shelton, C. Moir, and head coach Charles Atkins. W. L. Collins (Below) FOOTBALL MANAGERS: GEORGE OLIVER, ' Gayle Frye, and Byron Cooke Ronnie Greenwood J. W. Sumner Bobby Tickle Terry Pruitt John Liddle Larry Kizer Mike Carte Alfred Arnder Hunter Mike Estes Bruce Hull (Above) JUNIOR HALFBACK DAVID Brown carries the ball for the Bears. (Circle) JIM HAZEL AND Johnny Taylor close in for a tackle. Larry Starling (Below) THE CHEERLEADERS AND fans " whoop it up " over a long yardage gain tor the Bears. Danny Beck Stephen Davenport Richard Owen Mike All ran Bobby Drdak Tommy Carter Lloyd Dalton Jiasebalf Jeam jinisne. (FRONTROW) Jerry Gwyn, Gary York, Johnny Yokley, Billy Hiatt, Johnny Wilson, Joe Griffin. (SEC¬ OND ROW) Larry Starling, Larry Kizer, Byron Willard, J. W. Sumner, Bobby Childress. (THIRD ROW) Leon Brown, Ray Smith, Dudley Wilkey, Danny Beck, Eddie Lawrence. (BACK ROW) Ronnie Ellis, Harry Vaughn, Vic Pyles, Coach Charles Moir. VIC PYLES PRACTICES batting, a skill essential to every good b aseball player. 1961 Scores Opponents Hillsville . . . 9 Mount Airy 5 North Surry. . 3 15 North Surry. . 0 1 Reidsville. . . 2 0 Morehead . . . 2 6 Page. 7 4 Gray. 7 3 Bessemer. . . 4 1 Morehead . . . 4 12 Reidsville . . . 3 1 Gray. 6 1 Bessemer . . . 9 0 Page. 8 9 1 16 (Right) TAILBACK AL HOLYFIELD car ries the ball for the Cubs. j). Jb •• - TP Jf Jm a r ■ Jf 1 j R 5 -i ' ? sn v w L 79 Mjk jU » .■ «r ’AIM!- ■ , |HM p|V A ' IS | i vH»k j 0« l TA fij. JtCtl SCHOOL , €E (Left) TONY KIRKMAN TAKES a foul shot for the Cubs. ,k " ■ ;r: ■ ' % ' Vw [iTFIMR C wkr -; S’ a ff ' W; Hk_ : V Ti n| • V • 1 i J Xffll _ ft St i B .1 El ■ r » 1 gy§»«t i A ipiJ rlteLd Bit. Wb 8 k x . . i I j |“™ | Gheerfeacfe ers i MAH S CHEERLEADERS: BABS Weldon, chief; Carol Dix; Nancy Merritt; Donna Lee Hartman; Elis¬ abeth Nieuwenhuis; Linda Simmons; Carolyn Smith; Margaret Dancy; Jane Leach; and Suzanne Hennis. (Right) " ALL THE WAY, Big Blue, all the way! " yell the cheerleaders as they cheer the Bears to victory. (Left) " SEND THEM TO THEIR DOOM ! BOOM ! " CPromote Schoof Spirit MAHS MAJORETTES: JUDY Monday; Sandra Massey; Bonnie Burge; Connie Wyche; Gail Richard- and Patti Wyche, chief. (Left) MAJORETTES JUDY MONDAY, Connie Wyche, and Gail Richard per¬ form the victory dance at the home¬ coming bonfire. (Right) THE MAJORETTES, DRESSED as reindeer, participate in the Mount Airy Christmas parade. 121 n a 6A The annual publication of the AIR- MONT depends upon the goodwill of the business firms of Mount Airy that advertise in our year¬ book. To these generous mer¬ chants we express our deepest gratitude. Established 1893 Best Wishes to Class of 1962 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MT. AIRY Continuous Banking Ser vice Since 1893 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. D. C. Rector, President Trust Officer C. Thos. Fawcett, Vice-President Cashier R. W. Inman, Jr., Asst. Cashier Garnet Fawcett, Asst. Cashier " The Minor is our Major " PERRY MANUFACTURING CO. PRUETT’S Misses ' Girls ' Blouses Children and Youthwear Sportswear 187 N. Main Mount Airy, N. C. Mount Airy, North Carolina REES CLOTHING Men ' s and Boys ' Clothing Mount Airy, North Carolina T. V. and Radio Service Our Specialty RIVERDALE TV Sales Service Phone STate6-4477 Phone State 6-2940 GAIL L. 3PANE T. V. SERV ICE 612 Maple Street Mt. Airy, N. C. SOUTHERN PROPANE GAS CO., INC. Bottled and Tank Gas Mount Airy, N. C. U. S. Bullion Depositors Dept, of Justice Building For Beautiful Buildings Bridges Memorials THE NORTH CAROLINA GRANITE CORPORATION Since 1889 Quarriers and Manufacturers of MOUNT AIRY GRANITE U. S. Post Office Wright Memorial Congratulations To The Class of 1962 IRE A I? ■SERVICE From CLARK PARKER LUMBER CO. GRANITE HOSIERY CORPORATION State 6-5157 Mount Airy, North Carolina BARBER ALLEN HOSIERY MILLS, INC. Excellent Food Comfortable Lodging VUE Motel Restaurant Compliments of BLUE RIDGE SUPPLY Best Wishes to the Class of ' 62 BRAY’S MILL (0ngratulotions class of ' 62 BOB’S CASH STORE BRAD ' S CARD AND TOY SHOP 269 North Main Street Mount Airy, North Carolina CARTER FURNITURE CO., INC. The Home of Satisfactory Service Phone ST 6-2670 Mount Airy, North Carolina GULF PRIDE SERVICE Wash, Grease, and Polish 711 South Main St. 6-4611 JOLLEY ' S BEAUTY SALON " Your Hair is My Business " Phone ST. 6-2790 237 S. Main Street Mount Airy, North Carolina O’DELLS SANDWICH SHOP Galax, Virginia Mount Airy, North Carolina Compliments of INMAN ELECTRIC CO., INC. JONES SUPPLY COMPANY Electrical Electric Heat Contractors Phone St 6-4821 -Dealers In- Lighting Fixtures and 213 Virginia Street Mount Airy, North Carolina Wiring Devices 433 North Main Street You Will Always Find A Spirit of Friendliness And A Standard of Service Unexcelled At This Bank Member F.D.I.C. Franklin Street Drive-In Branch Mount Airy-Dobson, North Carolina NORTHWESTERN BANK HERFF-JONES COMPANY MOSELEY’S SUPERMARKET Bigger and Better We give S H Green Stamps West Lebanon Street Extension Mount Airy, North Carolina LEWIS HARDWARE MILLS FAIR LANE MARKET Housewares, Hardwares Tools and Toys 144 West Oak Street SUPERMARKET 1810 N. Main Street MOUNT AIRY MOTEL MOODY ' S TRIANGLE nfinnil GULF SERVICE w §4sU JJ Built in May, 1961 Road Service Otto and Bob Moody-Owners furniture with a past . . . for your future mo uni air if CHAIR CO. FURNITURE CO. no rtf] caro ina RADIO STATION WPAQ Congratulations 10,000 Watts! 740 Kc. to the class of 1962 Telephone St. 6-6111 from RENFRO HOSIERY MILLS Pontiac - Cadillac-Oldsmobile We deal in service SKYLINE MOTORS, INC. 554 N. Main Street Mount Airy, North Carolina MOODY FUNERAL HOME AND CHAPEL Complete Funeral Service 24 Hr. Ambulance Service Stuart, Virginia DIAL Owens 4-2131 Dobson, North Carolina DIAL Fulton 6-2755 Mount Airy, North Carolina DIAL State 6-2165 SPARGER INSURANCE AGENCY CO. " Let Us Help You Beautify Your Insurance Service Since 1900 Town " Mount Airy, North Carolina SURRY BULB COMPANY CARLW. STEELE Your Jeweler Mount Airy, North Carolina Compliments of MOUNT AIRY TIMES Publishing Co., Inc. Book Store TRI-ANGLE DRY CLEANERS WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Phone St. 6-7887 R. B. Armfield, owner 844 North Main Street Mount Airy, North Carolina Mount Airy, North Carolina WALL’S JEWELRY W. S. WOLFE DRUG COMPANY h Prescription Druggists ll 11 We Deliver-Phone.St. 6-5171 II 11, 2 Mount Airy, | ll 1 1 China-Crystal-Silver-Jewelry North Carolina Ifi Phone St. 6-2911 TOWN COUNTRY REALTY TOWN TIRE SERVICE ' firestone Firestone Tires-Recapping Phone St. 6-2155 Mount Airy, North Carolina WILLIAM’S CHEVROLET CO., INC. 7 CHEVROLET 605 Bluemont Rd. P.O. Box 751 Mount Airy, North Carolina State 6-2159 CURRIER-WITHERS SUPPLY COMPANY Mill Supplies - Textile Supplies Phone: St. 6-4175 West Pine Street Mount Airy, North Carolina THE FAIR SHOP Fair And Square Outfitters for The Family Phone St. 6-5843 Mount Airy, North Carolina FLIPPIN GULF CENTER Washing, Greasing, Oiling JACKSON BROTHERS Compliments of Mount Airy ' s JESSUP-BROWN SHOE STORE In Their New Location First Department Store 215 North Main Street LEONARD’S HOLLINGSWORTH DRUG CO. Your Friendly Jewelers since 1893 Watches-Silver-China Rexall Drug Store (TRjfl Diamonds- Crystal Mount Airy, North Carolina FULLER FURNITURE CO. Compliments of INC. FRANK HENNIS AUTO SALES Corner Franklin and Willow Streets Phone St. 6- 5171 Mount Airy, N. C. Compliments of GRANITE CITY ELECTRIC CO. HARKRADER FURNITURE CO., INC. Quality Home Furnishings G.E. Appliances Motor Doctors Mount Airy, North Carolina 150 Franklin Street Mt. Airy, N. C. BLUE RIDGE INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 152 North Main Street Mount Airy, N.C. Telephone: St. 6- 5402 E.C. Collins J.B. Inman BLUE RIDGE ESSO STATION F. A. Williamson | Phone St. 6-4475 Mount Airy, North Carolina BELK ' S DEPARTMENT STORE 308 Main Street Mount Airy, North Carolina (Esso) Phone Number St. 6-2111 BELTON’S LAUNDRY COMPLIMENTS OF Compliments of Airmont Florist Alma ' s Beauty Shop ALLENDALE MILLS, INC. Booker ' s Gulf Boyles Shoe Store Bruce Gwyn Mount Airy, North Carolina The Canteen Center Theater Cox Furniture Co. Fleming Exterminating Co. Greenwood Floor Covering Haynes Coal Oil Holcomb Hardware BANNERTOWN SUPERETTE Route 1 Hwy. 52-A South Hoover Repair Co. Inman ' s Beauty Shop Merritt Hardware Mount Airy, North Carolina Midtown 66 Service Mount Airy Tractor Co. Reeves YMCA South Street Texaco B. 0. FURNITURE CO., INC. George Sparger IH " A Little Better " for " A Little Less” St. 6-2344 South Main Street Mount Airy, North Carolina Square City Service Square Pharmacy Wood ' s Television Appliance Professional Insurance Service W. J. Miller, Jr. J. Marion Burke James A. Hadley Telephone: St. 6-2151 443 N. Main Street Mount Airy, North Carolina CAUDLE’S GROCERY At Bannertown Phone St 6-6065 Compliments of MAX DAVIS SHOE STORE 171 Main Street Mount Airy, North Carolina Bring the Gang to THE DAIRY CENTER The Best In Sandwiches and Ice Cream THE DERBY Phone St 6-7082 Mt. Airy Bannertown DICKSON RECORD TOY SHOP 124 Franklin Street Mount Airy, North Carolina DIXIE CONCRETE PRODUCTS, INC. Telephone State 6-5148 1016 S. South Street Mount Airy, North Carolina MOUNT AIRY PAINT STORE Paints-Wallpaper-Accessories Phone St 6-6755 121 Franklin Street Mount Airy, North Carolina J. W. NICHOLS CONSTRUCTION CO. INC. General Building Contractors St 6-4695 P.O. Box 1026 Mt. Airy, N. C. Compliments o MOUNT AIRY HOSIERY MILL INC. MOUNT AIRY KNITTING COMPANY When It Comes To Babies Spencer ' s Are Specialists Mount Airy, North Carolina O OAKDALE HOSIERY MILLS, INC. Bobby Socks and Men ' s Crew Socks Poodle Socks for Infants and Misses 915 Newsome Street Box 825 Mount Airy, North Carolina Tel: St 6-6146 Congratulations to class of ' 62 from " Butter " Cox " Ed " Sparger trading as the MOUNT AIRY COAL YARD AND GROCERY Be a professional beautician Enroll at MT. AIRY SCHOOL OF BEAUTY 121 Moore Avenue Thelma C. Hair, owner NICHOLS CLOTHING COMPANY Congratulations GRADUATES SCENIC FORD MOTORS, INC. Your Ford Dealer U. S. Highway 601 At Bypass Mount Airy, North Carolina STUDENTS! Compliments of Please Patronize Our Advertisers. MOUNT AIRY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS Compliments of HOSPITAL PHARMACY P. O. Box 411 42 5 N. Main St. Phone St 6-4171 817 Rockford Street Mount Airy, N. C. Mount Airy, North Carolina Walgreen Agency Phone St. 6-2706 The AIRMONT staff of Mount Airy High School wishes to extend its sin¬ cere appreciation to the business¬ men of Mount Airy whose co-opera¬ tion has made the publication of this yearbook possible. PINE CREST MOTOR LODGE Air- Conditioned- Free TV-Room Phones Wall to Wall Carpets Owners- Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Wrenn, Jr. Manager- Miss Margaret MacCualey Rt. 6 on U. S. 52 bypass Mount Airy, North Carolina WORKMEN’S FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION " Where Thousands are Saving Millions " Insured Savings and Home Loans 4% Current Dividend Rate Resources over $16,000,000.00 218 North Main Street Mount Airy, North Carolina enior Statistics PAUL ALLRED Student Council Alternate 3; Hall Monitor 4; Bus Driver 4; Hi-Y3,4; National Honor Society 2; Span¬ ish Club 4, Secretary 4. ALFRED ARNDER Monogram Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; V.I.C. 3,4; Hi-Y 3. BOB ASHBY Hi-Y 3,4; Latin Club 2,3; Hall Monitor 3; Junior- Senior Prom Committee 3. CAROL AYERS Latin Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; HIGH SPOTS staff 4; F.H.A. 3; Hall Monitor 4. LINDA BADGETT Hall Monitor 4; Spanish Club 4; Latin Club 2; Tri- Hi-Y 3; Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3. JO ANN BAER Library Assistant 2,3; Latin Club 2,3, Censor 3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Student Council 2, alternate 3; Class Officer 1; Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3; Co-chief Marshal 3; Lions Club Essay Contest Winner 1,2; HIGH SPOTS associate editor 4; Delegate to Girls ' State 3. JAMES BOST Spanish Club 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Football 2,3, 4. MAMIE JO BEASLEY F.H.A. 1,3; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Hall Monitor 4. LINDA BELL Basketball 1; Glee Club 4. BONNIE BERRIER Latin Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Hall Monitor 4. GAIL BEVERLY Student Council 1; Latin Club 2; Glee Club 2,3; Bas¬ ketball 1; Queen of Hearts 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Cheer¬ leader 3. TOMMY BIRKS V.I.C. 3,4; Bus Driver 3,4. CAROL BOWMAN Basketball 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 3. LINDA BOWMAN Latin Club 2; F.H.A. Officer 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4. BOBBY BOYD Football 1,2,3,4. CAROLYN BRANCH Basketball 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1; Latin Club 2; Cheer¬ leader 1; 4-H Club at White Plains H.S. TOMMY BRIM National Honor Society 2,3; Junior Assembly 3; Hi- Y 3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Latin Club 3,4, Aedile 4; Hall Monitor 4; Debating 3. BETTY SUE BROOKS Glee Club 3,4. BILL CARTER Band 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Debating 3; Sophomore Play 2. BOBBY CHILDRESS Baseball 3,4; Basketball 2,3; Hi-Y 3,4; Football 2, 3, Captain 4; Spanish Club 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3. JERRY CHRISTIAN Latin Club 2; Spanish Club 4; HIGH SPOTS staff 4; Hi-Y 3; Hall Monitor 4. ROBERTA COBBLER Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Hall Monitor 2,4. DEBORAH COCKERHAM F.H.A. 3. DON COE CHARLES COOK Hi-Y 3,4; Hall Monitor 3,4; Spanish Club 4. BYRON COOKE Football Manager 2,3, trainer 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Hall Mon¬ itor 2,3,4; Latin Club 3; Junior-Senior Prom Com¬ mittee 3; Monogram Club 2,3,4. FREDDIE COOKE Latin Club 2; National Honor Society 2; Hall Monitor 4; Student Council Alternate 3; Spanish Club 4. HENRIETTA CORNS F.H.A. 4. PHILIP COULSON Band 1,2,3,4; Hall Monitor 4; Latin Club 2; Fresh¬ man Assembly 1. STEPHEN DAVENPORT Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3; Sophomore Assembly 2; Latin Club 2; Class President 2; Class Secretary 3; Student Coun¬ cil 1, Sergeant-at-arms 3; Student Council vice- president 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Hall Monitor 1; Monogram Club 2,3, Secretary 4; Junior-Senior Prom Com¬ mittee Chairman 3; Superlative, Most Popular Boy 4. PORTER GRAY DAWSON Band 1,2; Freshman Assembly 1; Latin Club 2,4, Officer 4; Sophomore Assembly 2; Junior Assembly 3; Marshal 3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Mr. M. A.H.S. Candidate 3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Spanish Club 4; HIGH SPOTS staff 4; " Y " Essay Winner 1; Student Council 2, Alternate 4; Morehead Nominee 4; Hall Monitor 3; Class Prophet 4. LARRY DINKINS Latin Club 2,3,4; Hi-Y 3; Student Council 2. NANCY DRAUGHN Freshman Assembly 1; Sophomore Assembly 2; F. H.A. 2,3; Junior Assembly 3; AIRMONT staff 3,4, editor 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Office Page 4; Latin Club 3; Junior-Senior Prom Commit¬ tee 3. SYLVIA DRAUGHN Basketball 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; F.H.A. 2,3; Student Council Alternate 1,2; HIGH SPOTS Sports Editor 4; Office Page 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Co-Captain 3, Captain 4; Miss M.A.H.S. Candidate 4; Miss M.A. H.S. 4; Superlative, Most Athletic Girl 4. MILDRED EASTER National Honor Society 2,3; Student Council 4; Hall Monitor 4; Guidance Office Page 4. RONNIE ELLIS Hall Monitor 2; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Baseball 1, 2,3,4; Basketball 1; Football 1; Glee Club 4. FAYE ERVIN Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Spanish Club 4; HIGH SPOTS Editor 4; Band 1,2. MIKE ESTES Football 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club2,3,4; Hi-Y4; Bas¬ ketball 1,2. ANN GLASS Student Council Alternate 3; Guidance Office Page 4; Library Assistant 2; National Honor Society 2,3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. BUFORD GOINS F.F.A. 1; Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; V.I.C. 4. JERRY GWYN Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Football 1; Mon¬ ogram Club 2,3,4. JOHNNY HARRIS Baseball 4; Basketball 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4; Football 1,3,4. Football 1. Senior S a is ics RICKIE HARRIS Laboratory Assistant 3. DONNA LEE HARTMAN LatinClub2,3,4; Aedile 4; D ' Comahs 3,4; Queen of Hearts Candidate 3; Library Page 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Reporter 4; Cheerleader 4; Laboratory Assistant 3. BOBBY HAUSER Hi-Y 3; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Superlative, Boy with Best Personality 4. BOBBY HAWKS Football 1; Hi-Y 3. BETTIE HAYES Band 3,4; Basketball 1; Tri-Hi-Y 3. JIMMY HAZEL Monogram Club 1,3,4; Hall Monitor 1; Hi-Y 3,4, Sergeant-at-arms 4; Football 1,3,4; Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3; Science Fair Winner 1; Super¬ lative, Wittiest Boy 4. MIKE HENSLEY Latin Club 3; Hi-Y 3. FRANCES HIATT Class Secretary 1; F.H.A. 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, vice- president 4; Spanish Club 4; Hall Monitor 3; Super¬ lative, Wittiest Girl 4; HIGH SPOTS staff 4; Office Page 4; Glee Club 3,4, president 4. DEAN HILL Bus Driver 4; V. I. C. 3,4. ORENE HILL Hall Monitor 2; AIRMONT staff 3,4, Copy Editor 4; Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3; National Honor Society 2,3,4, vice-president 4; Spanish Club 3; Marshal 3; Miss M.A.H.S. Candidate 4. DONNA HOOKER Band 1,2,4; Basketball 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3, Secre¬ tary 1, Parliamentarian 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4. DEAN HUNTER Baseball 1; Football 1,2,3,4. ODA JESSEN Band 4; Student Council 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Library As¬ sistant 4; Glee Club 4; Superlative, Most Popular Girl 4. CAROL JOHNSON Spanish Club 3,4; Debate Team 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3; Miss M.A.H.S. Candidate 1; HIGH SPOTS staff 4; Class vice-president 1; Glee Club 2,3; Dramatics Club 3,4, Secretary 4. REGGIE JOYNER Dramatics Club 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Spanish Club 3; Hall Monitor 4. MARY RUTH KIRKMAN Basketball 1; F.H.A. 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Glee Club 3,4, vice-president 4; Hall Monitor 3,4. FREDDY LAMBERT Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3; Scholarship to W.C.C. 2,3; Latin Club 2,3, program chairman 3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Marshal 3; Chemistry Laboratory Assistant 4; Biology Laboratory Assist¬ ant 3; Semifinalist, National Merit Test 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Debate Team 2,4; Boys ' State 3. EDDIE LAWRENCE Baseball 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Monogram Club 4. BOBBY LOVILL Student Council 1,4; Dramatics Club 3,4; Debating Team 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4, president 4; Spanish Club 4; Literary Society 2; Boys ' s State 3; Science Fair 1; Class Poet 4; Class Treasurer 4. GARY Me ALEXANDER Basketball 1; Latin Club 2; Hi-Y 3,4; Office Page 4. DILLARD McGAHA V.I.C. 3,4. SAM McGEE Latin Club 3; Hi-Y 3,4; Hall Monitor 3; Office Page 4; Dramatics Club 4; Superlative, Best Looking Boy 4. STEVE McKNIGHT Office Page 4; Debate Team 3,4; Dramatics 3,4, president 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Latin Club; Class Historian 4. GRANT MARTIN Football 3. JOE MARTIN Hall Monitor 3; Hi-Y 3; Band 1,2,3,4. JUDY MONDAY Band 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. MARY FAYE MONEY Tri-Hi-Y 4; AIRMONT staff 4, typist 4. MIKE MOORE Debating Team 4; Freshman Assembly 1; Sopho¬ more Assembly 2; Junior Assembly 3; Senior As¬ sembly 4; Talent Show 2,3; Football 2; Glee Club 2, 3,4; Dramatics Club 3,4, President 3; Spanish Club 3; Hi-Y 3,4; Science Fair 1,2. CHARLES MYERS Latin Club 2,3,4, Officer 3,4; Hi-Y3; National Honor Society 2,3,4, President 4; Mr. M.A.H.S. Candidate 3; Morehead Scholarship Nominee 4; Student Council Alternate 3; Scholarship to W.C.C. 3; Marshal 3; Class vice-president 3; Biology Assistant 3; Office Page 4. EDWARD NESTER Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Hi-Y 3; Spanish Club 4. BEVERLY NEUBER Tri-Hi-Y 3; Spanish Club 3; Hall Monitor 2; Cheer¬ leader 2,3. ELISABETH NIEUWENHUIS Freshman Assembly 1; Sophomore Assembly 2; Glee Club 2,3; AIRMONT staff 2,4, Business Man¬ ager 4; Miss M.A.H.S. Candidate 2,3; Latin Club 2; National Honor Society 2,3; Student Council Alter¬ nate 2,3; Junior Assembly 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Pres¬ ident 4; Cheerleader 4; D ' Comahs 3,4; Spanish Club President 4; Student Council Representative 4; Jun¬ ior-Senior Prom Committee 3; Superlative, Girl With Best Personality 4. GEORGE OLIVER Hi-Y 3; Manager of Football team 4. DAVID PEARCE Football 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2; Hi-Y Conference Representative from Mount Airy 3; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 4; Hall Monitor 4. JEANETTE PELL Band-Flag Bearer 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Hall Monitor 4; AIRMONT staff 1; Glee Club 3; F.H.A. 4; Guidance Office Page 3. HUGH PEOPLES Band 1; Glee Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 4; Latin Club 2,3,4, Consul 4; National Honor Society 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Superlative, Most Studious Boy 4; Stu¬ dent Council Representative 1,3, Parliamentarian 3, Treasurer 4; Hi-Y 3,4, Chaplain 4; Junior-Sen¬ ior Prom Committee 3; Marshal 3; Scholarship to W.C.C. 3; Freshman Assembly Committee 1; Boys ' State 3; Morehead Candidate 4; Debate Workshop at Wake Forest 2. 138 Senior 5tatistics BUDDY PERRY Basketball 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Football 1; Glee Club 4; Hi-Y 3; Monogram Club 2,3,4. CAROL PERRY Scholarship to W.C.C. 3; " Y " Essay Winner 2; Sci¬ ence Fair 2; Dramatics Club 3; Co-chief Marshal 3; Latin Club 2,3; Spanish Club 4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3; AERMONT staff 3,4; Most Studious Girl 4. MIKE POORE Hall Monitor 2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Football 1. PENNY POWELL Basketball l;4-HClub 1; Library Club 1; All-State Chorus at Asheville; at Stuart H.S.; Band 4; Latin Club3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Pianist 4; Librarian 1,2,3. VICTOR PYLES Baseball 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Hall Monitor 3; Mono¬ gram Club 2,3,4. WAYNE ROBERTSON Hi-Y 3; V.I.C. 4. DAVID ROWE Spanish Club 4; Latin Club 2; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Stu¬ dent Council 1,2,4, Sergeant-at-arms 2, President 4; Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3; Superlative, Boy With Most School Spirit 4. STEVE SANDERS Hi-Y 3; Hall Monitor 4. WAYNE SECHREST Band 1,2,3,4, President 4; Hi-Y 3,4. DEIDRA SHELTON Basketball 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, President 3,4; Tri- Hi- Y 3,4; Spanish Club 4; Office Page 4; HIGH SPOTS Staff 4. LIBBY SHELTON F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2,3, Reporter 4; Tri-Hi- Y 3,4; HIGH SPOTS Staff 4; Assistant Manager 4; Glee Club 4; Guidance Assistant 4; Basketball 1. LOUISE SHELTON Latin Club 2; Student Council 2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Treasurer 4; F.H.A. 3; Guidance Officer Page 4; Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3; Marshal 3; " Y " Essay Winner 1; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Bas¬ ketball 1; Girl Most Likely to Succeed 4. CAROLYN SHORE Basketball 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Treasurer 2, Vice-pres¬ ident 3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Latin Club 3; Co-chairman Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; secretary 4; Class Treasurer 3; Marshal 3; Home Economics Award 2; Student Coun¬ cil Alternate 4; AIRMONT Staff 3,4. CAROLYN SIMMONS Basketball 2; Latin Club 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Hall Monitor 3; Guidance Office Page 3; Lions Club Essay Winner 3. EDDIE SIMMONS Band 1,2; Glee Club 4; Hall Monitor 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4. JERRY SIMMONS Basketball 1,2; Glee Club 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Student Coun¬ cil 1. BING SIMMONS Latin Club 2,3; Spanish Club 4; Office Page 4; Stu¬ dent Council 2. LINDA SIMMONS Glee Club2,3; Latin Club 2; Spanish Club 4; Cheer¬ leader 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Vice-president 4; National HonorSociety 2,3; Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3; Marshal 3. ROGER SIMMONS Football 2; Latin Club 2; Hall Monitor 2,3; Dra¬ matics Club 3,4, Sergeant-at-arms 3; Hi-Y 3,4; Dramatics Club Assembly 4. SKIP SIMMONS National Honor Society 2,3,4; Class President 1; Latin Club 2,3, Consul 3; Spanish Club President 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Scholarship to W.C.C. 2,3; Class Test¬ ator 4; Laboratory Assistant 3; Boy Most Likely to Succeed 4; Mr. M.A.H.S. 4. STEVE SIMMONS Glee Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 3; Hi-Y 3,4. CLAUDIA SNOW Student Council 2,3,4; Sweetheart Queen Candidate 1; Freshman Assembly 1; Hall Monitor 2,3; Glee Club 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 4. JERRY SNOW Hi-Y 3,4; Hall Monitor 3; Spanish Club 4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Band 1,2. LORITA STILL Spanish Club 3; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Talent Show 3; Glee Club 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. Parlia¬ mentarian 2, Treasurer 3; Dance Band 3. ANN TAYLOR Student Council 1,2,3; Latin Club 2; Guidance Office Page 3,4; Glee Club 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; HIGH SPOTS Staff 4; Basketball 1. JOHNNY TAYLOR Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2; Student Council 1,3; Latin Club2; Class President 4; Hi- Y3,4, Secretary 4; National Honor Society 2; Monogram Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Class Vice-President 2; Student Coun¬ cil Alternate 4; Debating team 3,4; Morehead Schol¬ arship Candidate 4. LENA THOMAS F.H.A. 1; Office Page 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Latin Club 4; Hall Monitor 4. JEANNIE TIMMONS Basketball 1; Glee Club 4; Latin Club 2; F.H.A. 1, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3. PHYLLIS VAUGHN HIGH SPOTS Staff 4; Latin Club 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3; F. H.A. 4, Secretary 4, Parliamentarian 4; Guidance Assistant 4. LIBBY WAITE Student Council 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Latin Club 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,4; Hockey 3; A Cappella Choir 3; Hu¬ man Relations 3; National Essay Award 3. JESSIE WARD F.H.A. 2,3,4; Hall Monitor 3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Home Economics Laboratory Assistant 3; Office Page 4; HIGH SPOTS Staff 4. VELPO WARD Hi-Y 4; Baseball 4; Monogram Club 4, Vice-pres¬ ident 4; Football 1,2,3,4. MARGARET WARE Junior-Senior Decoration Committee 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4; F.H.A. 1; Spanish Club 2,3; Dramatics Club 1,2, 3,4; Student Council 3; Dramatics Club play 4. MARY WATTS F.H.A. 2; Glee Club 4. BILL WE L BORN Football 1; Latin Club 2; Library Assistant 4; Hi- Y 3 4. BABS WELDON F.H.A. 1,2,3, President 2; D ' COMAHS 3,4; Cheer¬ leader 3,4; Chief 4; Library Assistant 1,2,3; Tri- Hi-Y 3,4; Sophomore Assembly 2; Junior Assembly 3; Glee Club 4; Girl With Most School Spirit 4. 139 (Sensor Statistics JUANITA WESTMORELAND Glee Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4. DUDLEY WILKEY Baseball 3,4; Basketball 1; Hall Monitor 1,2. BYRON WILLARD Baseball 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 2; Mono¬ gram Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 4; Student Council 3; Hi-Y 3,4; HIGH SPOTS Sports Editor 4. PATTI WYCHE HIGH SPOTS Reporter 4; Junior-Senior Decorating Committee 3; Homecoming Queen 4; Spanish Club 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Majorette 2, Chief 3,4; Hall Monitor 2; Librarian 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Sophomore Class Treasurer 2; Class Secretary 4; Prettiest Girl 4, National Honor Society 2,3. JOHNNY YOKLEY Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4;Stu¬ dent Council 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3; Class President 3; Class Vice-president 4; Hi-Y Vice-president 4; Most Athletic Boy 4; Dell All-American Basketball Team 4. 140 7ncfex A Ken Alderman-97 Geraldine Alfano-102 Betty Allen-102 Brenda Allen-102 Bobby Allen-62,92 Mike Allran-97,101,115 James Allred-102 Jane Allred-102 Joe Allred-60,92 Karen Allred-72,102 Paul Allred-59,62,65,78 Wayne Allred-97 Carl Anderson-74,97 Jack Armfield-97 Alfred Arnder-26,78,115 Faye Arrington-102 Johnny Arrington-97 Judy Arrington-102 Anne Ashburn-1,34,37,57,63,64, 65,92,144 Frances Ashburn-1,52,52,57,63,92, 144 Mary Lynn Ashburn-72,102 Bob Ashby-62,79 Lou Ashby-102 Mr. Charles Atkins-14,22,114 Patsy Atkins-97 Bub Ayers-102 Carol Ayers-53,59,79 Judy Ayers- B Joy Baber-74,97 Barbara Badgett-63,92 Linda Badgett-46,79 Jerry Mike Badgett-102 Mike Badgett-102 Jo Ann Baer-41,49,51,54,55,71,79 Miss Maria Baird-14,20 Lorita Baldwin-72,74,79 Bobby Ball-34,53,62,65,68,92,100, 112 Steve Banner-62,92,102 Rebecca Banner-102 Jerry Barker-102 Glenda Ann Barker-92 Mr. J. D. Bartley-14 Mrs. Mary Lou Bartley-14,27,66 Mike Bartley-102 Jo Ann Bateman-92,102 Clifton Baughn-102 Harry Baum-78 Mrs. Lucy Beamer-12 Mamie Jo Beasley-63,78 Nancy Beasley-73,78,92 Carol Beck-97 Danny Beck-64-97-115-116 Dennis Beck-102 Roger Bedsaul-102 Calvin Bell-102,118 Linda Bell-79 Sharon Bell-102 Benny Belton-102,118 Charlotte Belton-92 Cynthia Belton-102 Jimmy Belton-97 Randy Belton-102 Shirley Benge-102 Wanda Benge-92 Bonnie Berrier-59,63,79,113 Gail Beverly-79 Mary Birks-102 Tommy Birks-79 J. C. Blackman-102,118 Terry Blackmon-92 Brenda BlaiF-102 Linda Blair-102 Tony Bledsoe-92,112 Dianne Blizzard-102 Carol Bond-64,92,113 Clark Bondurant-79 Gail Bondurant-63,92 Robert Bondurant-102 Judy Booker-64,65,97,113 James Bost-68,78,114 Carol Bowman-63,78 Dennis Bowman-64,97 Jerry Bowman-74,97 Linda Bowman -66,78 Louise Bowman-72,92 Lyrine Bowman-78 Bobby Boyd-78,114 Clark Boyd-74,103 Betty Boyles-53,72,103,107 Larry Boyles-103 John Bradley-53,103,119 Nancy Bradley-64,97 Carolyn Branch-79,113 Gene Brannock-26,92 Peggy Brannock-53,73,103 Jim Bray-97 Johnny Brim-103,118 Tommy Brim-62,64,65,79 Linda Brinkley-64,97,113 S. A. Brintle-97 Betty Sue Brooks-72,79 Billy Brooks-103 Lynda Brower-72,103 David Brown-62,68,92,115 Jeanette Brown-63,73,92 Lon Brown-73,93 Calvin Bryant-93 Larry Bryant-103 Sandra Bryant-103 Bonnie Burge-74,102,103,121 Brenda Burgess-103 Miss Etta Ruth Burke-14,23 Gil Burke-103,107 Mr. Marion Burke-13 Kay Burris-103 Mary Butcher-103 Patsy Butcher-103 C Peggy Cagle-97 Carl Cain-103 Dozy Caldwell-62,64,93,98 Carolyn Callaway-97 Martha Callaway-93 Howard Carpenter-97 Bill Carter-64,72,74,78 Mike Carter-97,114 Tommy Carter-97,115 Herbert Chandler-103 Dick Chapman-57,97 Phyllis Chappell-93 Bobby Childress-34,62,68,73,100, 114,116 Claudine Childress-78 Dennis Childress-64,97,112 Larry Childress-93 Mrs. Irene Christian-14,21 Jerry Christian-55,57,59,78 Woody Clark-74,103 Janice Clifton-40,59,71,74,92,93,96,113 Roberta Cobbler-63,78 Mrs. Maude Coble-14,15 R. D. Coble-26,74,93 Deborah Cockerham-79 Elizabeth Cockerham-1,20,57,63, 64,71,93,113,144 Ramona Cockerham- Susan Cockerham-53,64,97,113 Toni Cockerham - Don Coe-79 Christine Collins-93 Leslie Collins-97 Mary Ellen Collins-103,118 W. L. Collins-97,114 Sue Combs-103 Maxine Cook-103 Ronnie Cook-97 Byron Cooke-59,62,68,79,114 Charles Cooke-59,62,80 David Cooke-103,119 Freddie Cooke-80 Judy Cooke-103 Marian Cooke-72,103 Martha Cooke-103 Rodney Cooke-93 Henrietta Corns-72,80 Philip Coulson-74,81 Diane Cox-97 Jimmy Cox-97 Madison Cox-20,35,63,64,65,93 Pat Cox-72 Sarah Cox-93 Linda Crow-103 Elizabeth Cruise-72,97 Donald Cummings - Gary Cundiff-81 D Lloyd Dalton-97,115 Bonita D ' Amico-97 Margaret Dancy-53,63,64,72,93,120 Thomas Dancy-103,118,119 Ronnie Daniels-98 Stephen Davenport-46,52,53,69,62, 68,81,89,110,115 Carol Davis- Carolyn Davis-63,93 Janet Davis-53,72,103 Nancy Davis-66,103 Susan Davis-63,64,93 Tondah Davis-98 Becky Dawson-64,74,98 Porter Dawson-48,49,53,54,64,65, 71,81,90 Larry Deatherage-103 Linda Deatherage-63,73,93 Larry Dinkins-81 Carol Dix-37,63,92,93,96,120 Donald Douglas-64,74,98 Janet Dowell-98 Johnny Dowell-93 Nancy Draughn-1,56,57,63,80,144 Sylvia Draughn-55,60,63,80,90,113 Bobby Drdak-65,98,115 E Marsha Eads-103 Kenneth Easter-98 Mildred Easter-53,61,80 Norma Jean Easter-72,103 Troy Easter-103 Eugenia Edmonds-93 Barbara Edwards-103 Catherine Edwards-103 Gary Edwards-10 3 Geraldine Edwards-98 Randy Eldridge-64,74,98 Ronnie Ellis-62,72,81,116 Faye Ervin-54,55,63,81 Joan Ervin-103,118 Mike Estes-62,68,81,115 F Rachel Faw-93 Tommy Fawcett-42,34,98 Mr. H. M. Finch-12,14 Robert Fisher-103 Nancy Fleming-103 Mr. Jack Flinchum-13 Catherine Flippin-93 Stephen Flippin-103 Kay Forbis-27,63,72,93 Billie Anne Forrest-53,74,103 E. R. Forrest-103,119 Jane Foust-53,103 Glory Fowler-64,98,113 Paula Fowler-63,93 Dick Foy-64,98,112 Ellen Foy-1,23,38,57,63,72,93,144 Robin Foy-53,103,118 Joe France-74,93 W. M. Francisco-103,118 Wayne Franklin-103 Jerry Freeman-34,64,98,112 Gayle Frye-62,93,114 George Frye-103 Rodney Frye-59,62,64,71,93 G Helen Gates-93 Billy Gilbert-35,98 Virgil Gilbert-103 Johnny Gilley-103 Margaret Gilliam-103 Ann Glass-29,61,63,71,81 Peggy Glass-103 Clyde Goad-103,119 Ellen Goad-64,72,98 Mary E. Goad-104 141 ync ex Smith Goad-104 Bonnie Goins-104 Buford Goins-81 Clayton Goins-104 Fred Goins-64,98 Lewis Goins-104 Linda Goins-104 Trudy Goins-53,63,93 Reuben Golding- Yvonne Golding-104 Mr. J. M. Gollehon, Jr.-15,28,74 Jo Ann Graves-104 Sarah Gray-104 David Green-104 Ronnie Greenwood-64,98,101,114 Mr. Bowman George-13 Teresce Griffin-98 Billy Griffith-104 Gloria Griffith-104 Glenn Gunter-104 Rodney Gunter-98 Jerry Gwyn-68,80,110,116 H Mickey Hall-98 Mike Hall- Van Hallman-72,98,101 John Hamilton-104,118 Mrs. Maxine Hamilton-15 Ronnie Hamilton- Doris Hanks-20,64,98 Sarah Harkrader-1,29,40,49,64,72, 98,113,144 Jean Harrell-74,104 Johnny Harris-62,68,80,114 Rickie Harris-60,80 Donna Lee Hartman-34,51,63,64, 65,80,120 Harriet Hatcher-104 Bobby Hauser-68,89,115 Clay Hauser-104 Bobby Hawks-80 Brenda Hawks-93 Larry Hawks-104 Opal Hawks-98 Bettie Hayes-74,81 Katherene Haynes-104 Mary Haynes-81 Nancy Haynes-104 Ronnie Haynes- Jimmy Hazel-62,81,89,114,115 Judy Head-104 Linda Head-64,98 Lynn Hennis-63,93 Mr. S. A. Hennis, Jr. -13 Suzanne Hennis-63,72,93,120 Mike Hensley-80 Billy Hiatt-93,116 Elaine Hiatt-27,104,118 Frances Hiatt-60,63,65,73,80,89 Steve Hiatt-98 Leon Hiatt- Tony Hiatt-104,118 Donna Hicks-104 Dean Hill-26,80 Garry Hill-98 Gilda Hill-98,113 Judy Hill-37,53,63,72,93 Orene Hill-1,46,49,56,57,70,80,144 Joyce Holcomb-98 Carolyn Holder-104 Miss Eva Holder-15,55 Mr. Robert Holder-15 Linda Holloway-104 A1 Holyfield- 102,104,118,119 Mrs. Anne Holyfield-12 Donna Hooker-72,74,80 Joe Hooker-104 June Hooker-72,74,104 Sarah Hoover-98 Clifford Hornaday-72,94 Patsy Howell-63,66,73,94 Bruce Hull-68,94,115 Dean Hunter-62,81,115 Max Hunter-98 Romey Hunter- Sandy Hutchens-62,74,94 I Martha Inman-98 Pamela Inman-94 Wanda Inman-104 J David Jackson-74,104 Mickey Jackson-94 Mrs. Kate Jackson-12 Thomas Jackson-104,119 Brenda Jarrell-94 Oda Jessen-33,53,58,63,72,81,87,89 Addison Jessup-98 Calvin Johnson-74,104 Carole Johnson-81 Catherine Johnson-104,118 Mr. Charles Johnson-15,73 Ernestine Johnson-27,104 Francine Johnson-1,57,63,64,92, 94,144 Freddy Johnson-74,104 Gilbert Johnson-82 Mrs. Lillian Johnson-12 Robbie Johnson-104 Dennis Johnston-104 Carleen Jones-74,104 Dwight Jones-104 Janie Jones-98 Judy Jones-72,104 Larry Jones-104 Leo Jones-98 Ronnie Jones-104 Sharon Jones-99,113 Walter Jones- Reggie Joyner-62,82 K Bonnie King-104,118 Stanley King-99 Tommy King-94 Larry Kirkman-104,118,119 Leslie Kirkman-104 Mary Ruth Kirkman-63,70,72,83 Tony Kirkman-104,119 Trevor Kirkman-104 Larry Kizer-52,64,99,114,116,117 Tanya Klutz-99 L Freddy Lambert-41,49,62,71,83 Carol Lautenschlager-64,94 Eddie Lawrence-62,83,116 Rebecca Laws-67,99 Judy Lawson-104 Rebecca Lawson-71,94 Jane Leach-1,53,57,64,99,120,144 Janet Ledford-104,119 Angela Lee-104 Jackie Lee-74,104 Carolyn Leftwich-63,94 Juanita Leftwich-105 Mozelle Leftwich-94 Donald Leonard-94 Robert Leonard-99 Ralph Levering-64 Cam Lewis -105 Jilda Lewis-63,94 Betty Ann Liddle-105,118 John Liddle-94,114 Mr. Edmond W. Limer, Jr.-15,26 Tony Lineback-105 Sandi Littleton-105 Jane Loflen-105,118 Frank Longest-56,62,67,94,144 Barbara Lovill01,32,53,57 64 99 101,144 Bobby Lovill-41,52,53,62,78 83 90,91,00 Gary Lovill-105 Betty Lowe-99 Joe Lowe- 105 Me Dwight McAlexander-74,105 Gary McAlexander-60,83 Irene McAtee-105 Dianne McBride-105,118 Sara McCann-105 James McCloud-105 Larry McCraw- Nancy McCraw-82 Shirley McCraw-71 Dale McDowell-105 Dillard McGaha-82 Sam McGee-34,60,62,83,88 Miss Willie Lou McGee-16,25 Linda McHone-105 Wanda McHone-64,99 Warren McHone-64,65,94 Dianne McKinney-60,65,95 Mrs. Lorraine McKinney-16,24, 28,70 Steve McKnight-60,62,66,83,90,91 Barbara McMillian-105 Dale McMillian-83 Jane McMillian-72,99,101 Melvin McMillian-99 Bill McNeil-74,105 M Carolyn Mabe-99 Mrs. Lavinia Mackie-15,21 Kandy Marion-63,94,117 Elbert Marion-105,119 Carol Marsh-105 Dale Marsh-99 Don Marsh-99 Jane Marsh-72,105 Detra Marshall-105 Larry Marshall-99 Glenn Martin-64,99 Grant Martin-26,83 Joe E. Martin-74,83 Joe F. Martin-94 Tommy Martin-105 Carl Massey-105 Eddie Massey-94 Twainette Massey-63,72,94,113 Linda Mears-99 Nancy Merritt-1,57,64,72,87,99 120,144 Susan Midkiff-105 Mr. Charles Moir-16,23,110,111, 114,117 Joyce Moles-105 Gary Monday-105,118 Judy Monday-63,74,82,121 Mary Faye Money-1,57,59,63,82,144 Conrad Montgomery- Lucky Moody-62,68,94,110,112 Jimmy Moore-99 Mike Moore-62,72,82 Lauri Moorefield-53,105,107 Martha Morris-64,72,99,113 Larry Morrison-105 Mrs. Salena Moxley-12 Phyllis Murphy-105 Charles Myers-41,49,60,64,65,70,82 N Beverly Neal-105,118 Mrs. Mary Neal-16,20,46 Melinda Neal-72,105 Tommy Neal-94 Edward Nester-68,112 Beverly Neuber-82 Mark Nichols-105,118 Elly Nieuwenhuis-53,72,105,107 Elisabeth Nieuwenhuis-1,5,53,56,57, 63,65,67,82, 83,120,144 George Nieuwenhuis-94 Tommie Nixon-72,99 Floyd Noah-94 Lloyd Noah-94 Geneva Norman-94 Judy Norman-99 O George Oliver-83,114 Fred O ' neal-94 Richard Owen-99,115 William Owen-74,105 Dennis Owens-10 5 Jeanette Owens-105 142 p Linville Palmer-74,105 Terry Parker-105 Patsy Patterson-64,65,99 Sandra Patton-53,64,72,99 Jo Ann Paul-99 Howard Payne-109 Mary Payne-105 William Payne-105 David Pearce-62,68,83,114 Philip Pearson-62,71,74,75,94 Ronnie Peele-105 Jeanette Pell-42,46,82 Peggy Pender-99 George Pendergraft-105 Linda Pennix-105 Hugh Peoples-41,49,52,53,62,64,70, 72,82,88 Jettie Peoples-99 Kathleen Peoples-20,64,72,99 Buddy Perry-68,72,82,111,112 Carol Perry-1,41,49,56,57,71,82,88, Tony Phillips-53,105 Mike Poore-62,82 Ray Poore-99 Jenny Porter-63,73,94 Penny Powell-63,64,73,74,83 Mary E. Preddy-1,20,53,57,63,64, 65,72,94,96,144 Gary Pruett-105,118 Terry Puritt-94,114 Ann Puckett-51,61,63,94 Frankie Puckett-99 Harry Puckett-105 Richard Puckett-94 Sandra Puckett-72,74,105 Steve Puckett-105 Wade Puckett-105 Doris Pulliam-64,99 Victor Pyles-68,83,116 Q Judy Quesenberry-72,99 Linda Quesinberry-64,99 Suzanne Quesinberry-64,67,100,101 R Elizabeth Ramey-95 Mr. Ray Reed-16,56 Susan Rees-52,53,64,100 Charles Reeves-53,95 Edward Reeves-95 Roger Reeves-105 Gail Richard-63,74,95,121 Jimmy Roberts-95 Burke Robertson-105 Wayne Robertson- Melvin Rodgers 64,100 Quinton Rogers 95 David Rowe 5,52,53,62,68,83,88, 112,114 Mr. Henry Rowe 13 Martha Rowe 53,102,105 Becky Rule 72,100,101 Sammy Rule 107 S Judi Sabin 100 Bruce Samet 64,74,100 Stevie Sanders 84 Miss Nancy Saunders 16,45,67,91 Gerry Schafer 62,95 Be Ann Schwab 72,100 Margaret Scott 100 Thomas Scott 95 Wayne Sechrist 26,62,74,84 Bill Seigler 22,56,57,64,100,144 Rebecca Semones 64,100 Jean Sessoms 72,106 Peggy Shaw 84 Bobby Shelton 105 Deidra Shelton 55,60,63,66,85 Frances Shelton 63,64,95 Libby Shelton 55,61,63,66,72,85 Linda Shelton 100 Louise Shelton 49,53,63,71,85,90 Mike Shelton 95 Roger Shelton 106 yncfex Russell Shelton 53,106 Tensie Lee Shelton 106 Mr. Wallace Shelton 16,113,114 Juanita Shockley 72,100 Carolyn Shore 1,49,53,56,57,63,71, 85,144 Jerry Shore 102,106,118,119 Dorothy Short 72,106 Eddie Short 60,62 Virginia Short 106 Bing Simmons 60,85 Carolyn Simmons 40,63,84 Dianne Simmons 53,100 Eddie Simmons 62,72,84 Jerry Simmons 62,72,84 Linda Simmons 41,49,63,85,120 Nancy Simmons 34,100 Randall Simmons 100 Rodney Simmons 106,119 Roger Simmons 62,85 Ruth Ellen Simmons 72,106 144 skip Simmons 5,26,41,52,70,85,90 Steve Simmons 72,85 Miss Jean Simpson 17,28,58 Patsy Slate 72,106 Sammy Slate 72,95 Betty Slate 106 Carolyn Smith 64,100,101,120 Don Smith 60,62,65,92,95 Gail Smith 64,100 Evelyn Smith 95 Melba Smith 85 Oscar Smith 95 Patsy Smith 106 Mr. R. M. Smith 13 Babbette Snow 106 Claudia Snow 53,72,84 Jerry Snow 62,72,84 Helen Snyder 95 Martie Snyder 72,100 Linda Spain 64,72,100 Barbara Speight 72,106,118 Mrs. Mabel Speight 12 James Sprinkle 74,106 Billy Stanley 100 Stephen Stanley 62,95 Bill Staples 106,119 Kay Starling 106 Larry Starling 100,101,115,116 Richard Starr 62,95 Joanne Steel 72,106 Mary Ann Steelman 64,100,113 Patricia Steelman 63,95 Marjorie Stepp 106 Cynthia Still 35,58,64,74,72, 100,113 Cheryl Stone 35,64,100,101 J. W. Sumner 68,95,112,114,116 Mary Ellen Sumner 66,72,100,113 Mary Ellen Sumner 66,100,113 Ronald Surratt 100 Beverly Sutphin 106 Kay Sutphin 63,95 Mrs. Carolyn Sydnor 12,17 Charlotte Sykes 72,106 T Ann Taylor 54,61,63,72,84 Johnny Taylor 35,41,52,53,62,68, 78,84,91,115 Mike Taylor 106 Paula Terry 53,106 Carol Tesh 58,100,113 Bruce H. Tharrington 13 Miss Annie Thomas 17,28,29,40,53,61 Lena Thomas 64,84 Peggy Thomas 100 Mrs. Vera Thomas 17 Wallace Thomas Bobby Thord Jean Throckmorton 106 Bobby Tickle 100,114 Freddie Tickle 106 Glenda Tilley 106 Jimmy Tilly 102 Reggie Tilley 74,106 David Tillotson Jeannie Timmons 63,72,85 Candy Toler 63,95 Tony Trevathan Nancy Turpin 106 Patsy Turpin 95 U Judy Ann Utt 53,72,106 Leonard Utt 100 Wallace Utt 106 V Phyllis Vaughn 55,61,66,85 Shirley Vaughn 106 Gaye Vernon 100 June Vernon 106 Bobby Vogler 95 Nancy Vogler 106 Ernest Voncannon 95 Jimmy Voncannon 95 W Libby Waite 72,85 Dianne Walker 106 Wallace William 64,74,100 Gene Ward 106,118 Jessie Ward 54,60,66,85 Velpo Ward 62,68,85,115 Margaret Ware 63,84 Genie Ware 53,64,87,100 John Warren 53,74,106 Anita Watson 63,95 Dale Watson 56,57,100,144 Becky Watts 63,64,71,95 Carolyn Watts 72,101 Mary Watts 72,84 Patty Webb 61,101,64,113 Billy Welborn 84 Phillip Welch 106 Babs Weldon 37,61,63,64,84,88,120 Linda Weldon 106,72,118 George Wells 106,118 Mary Wells 95 David Westmoreland Gary Westmoreland Juanita Westmoreland 63,72,84 Sharon Westmoreland 63,95,74 Lannie Whitman 63,95 Dennis Whittaker 101 Sandra Wilhite 101,113 Dudley Wilkey 85,116 Byron Willard 55,62,68,85,116,117 Gary Willard 106 Sheila Willard 101 Edward Williams 106 Mr. George Williams 17,26 Mike Williams 52,53,64,100,101,112 Nancy Williamson 106 R. L. Williamson 53,62,64,65,67,95 Bonnie Wilson 106 Anne Wimbish 106 Freddie Witt 106,118 Mr. John B. Wolfe 13 Pam Wolfe 53,72,106 Bill Woltz 106,119 Mr. W. L. Woodie 17,24 Patricia Wooten 106 Brenda Worrell 100 George Worth 106 Mrs. Irene Wortman 16,24 Mr. Ivo Wortman 17 Linda Wray 106 Mary Lou Wrenn 63,95 Judy Wright 72,106 Tommie Wright Connie Wyche 58,63,65,74,87,95, 96.121 Pattie Wyche 36,37,54,58,63,74. 78.85.87.88.121 Patricia Wyrick 60,72,69,63,95 Y Engle Yokley 53,72,106 Johnny Yokley 52,53,62,68,78,85,90,111,112,116 Donnie York 106 Joe York 35,53,100 143 V SENIOR MEMBERS OF the AIRMONT staff (LEFT TO RIGHT) are editor, Nancy Draughn; business manager, Elisabeth Nieuwenhuis; Carolyn Shore; copy editor, Orene Hill; Carol Perry; and Mary Faye Money, typist. Our Jina lyJorcf You, the students, have turned the knobs; and we, the AIRMONT staff, have opened the doors to pleasant memories of M.A.H.S. We hope you find this AIRMONT a treasured record of our 1961-62 school year. 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