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

 - Class of 1963

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II11 1963 ' r Sx J3ibris i§f§! . wmmk® WTMRV ma: i ®M jo IL Irfifl l .apa m i kvTB %m y cli I «v: ' H [mV- i 11 .-..... 1 am Rk c ' Bk I r A jjf%£ " RM ■ ■.-• i HL i JB H HILi JBH- ' ■ ■ M‘ y •. jf " jji am v p p p- (_ i Mi an niqnfiqnie cf. We investigate. We participate. 6 We compete. We reign. 7 t irouan . . . MRS. HEATHCOTE PERFORMS one of her many duties as secretary to Mr. Finch. MRS. JOHNSON, SECRETARY to Mr. Tharrington, is a vital asset in keeping things running smoothly at the Administration Building. rL J 4 5 7 8 10 tl 12 !3 E4 15 I) 16 19 20 21 22 26 27 28 29 CAFETERIA WORKERS--Mrs. Hawks, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Speight, and Mrs. Moxley- pause a moment before putting finishing touches on the lunches for the day. MR. ROY JACKSON, schoolcus- KATHERINE GORDON AND Estelle Mc- todian, performs a task un- Cloud contrive a smile for the camera as pleasant to him, posing for a they pause from their many duties in keep- picture. i n g our school clean. Miss Maria Baird Flora MacDonald College, A.B. U.N.C., M.E.D. Latin Mr. J. D. Bartley A.S.T.C., B.S. Commercial Mrs. Mary Lou Bartley A.S.T.C., B.S. Home Economics Mrs. Irene Christian Guilford College, A. B. English Mrs. Maude Coble A.S.T.C., B.S. Commercial Mr. John Duvall A.S.T.C., B.S. Social Studies Mr. Joseph Gollehon Concord College, B.S. Band Mrs. Maxine Hamilton W.C.U.N.C., A.B. Science Mr. Robert Holder Wake Forest College, B.A. Social Studies Our OJcfeafs Miss Eva Holder W.C.U.N.C., A.B. English Mr. Charles Johnson A.S.T.C., B.S. Chorus Mr. Edmond W. Limer, Jr. A.S.T.C., B.S., M.A. Commercial Mrs. Lavinia Mackie Mr. Joseph May W.C.U.N.C., A.B. Wheaton College, A.B. Spanish Social Studies Miss Willie Lou McGee Guilford College, B.S. Mathematics Mrs. Lorraine McKinney Meredith College, A.B. Science Mr. Charles Moir A.S.T.C., B.S. University of Virginia, M.Ed. Physical Education, Civics Mrs. Mary Neal W.C.U.N.C., A.B. English, Latin Mr. H. M. Finch Furman University, A.B. U.N.C., A.M. Principal Mr. Ray Oxendine Catawba, A.B. Physical Ed., Civics Mr. Ray Reed Bridgewater College, B.A. A.S.T.C., M.A. English Miss Nancy Saunders Duke University, B.A. English, Mathematics, Public Speaking IVtl , ' Mr. Wallace Shelton U.N.C., A.B. English Miss Jean Simpson Meredith College, A.B. College of William and Mary, B.A. in L.S. Library Miss Anne Spainhour A.S.T.C., B.S. Biology, Physical Ed. Mrs. Caroline Sydnor Mary Baldwin College, A.B. Mathematics Miss Annie Thomas W.C.U.N.C., A.B. U.N.C., M.A. Guidance Counselor Mrs. Vera Thomas East Carolina College, A.B. Mathematics Mr. George Williams A.S.T.C., B.S. Industrial Arts Mr. W. L. Woodie Elon College, A.B. Science U)©rld Themes. . .theorems. . .tests. . .formulas. . . facts. . .fatigue. . .Democritus. . .diameters .. .demonstrations.. .simile. . .space.. .speed .. .Spanish.. .animation. . .Aeneid.. .Aristotle -- our quest for knowledge. assroom CTlciiuilies I ' canauages loiqJii " U ie STUDENTS IN ENGLISH IV find that thought and originality bring best results in composition work. CLASSMATES LISTEN ATTENTIVELY as Terry Blackmon emphasizes a point in pub¬ lic speaking. WANDA McHONE EXPLAINS a comma rule to Kenny Alderman. 20 wait access MRS. MACKIE, SPANISH teacher, points out an error in sentence con¬ struction. LATIN II STUDENT Leslie Kirkman points out an interesting map depicting the travels of Aeneas to Tony Phillips. " I WILL SHOOT this arrow at yonder tree to win the fair Penelope, " declares Ulysses (John Warren) in the Latin Club play. 21 MR. DUVALL EXPLAINS the basic institutions to students in his civics class. STUDENTS IN MR. Moir ' s civics class work hurriedly in order to finish a test. MR. CLAYBURN TAYLOR did his student teaching in civics and physical edu¬ cation under the watchful eye of Coach Charles Moir. DONALD DOUGLAS SHOWS letters written by James Madison to A m e r i c an history students, Ronnie Greenwood and Genie Ware. CPast and J j r edict Ude J ' utuiv GEOGRAPHY STUD ENTS, Carol Bond and George Pendergraft, look with interest at a map of Europe and Asia. STUDENTS IN MR. Holder ' s geography class search diligently for an elusive answer. BILL SEIGLER EXPLAINS to Francine Johnson and Ellen Foy, India ' s difficulties in fighting a war three miles high. " IT HAPPENED HERE, " says Mr. May to his U. S. History class. PATSY SLATE EXPLAINS the chambers of the heart to Johnny Brim, Beverly Neal, and Glenn Gunter. MR. FRED GREGG, student t e ac h e r from A.S.T.C., practiced biology under Mrs. Maxine Hamilton ' s guid¬ ance. RANDY ELDRIDGE, BILL Gilbert, and Jane Foust con¬ struct problems demonstrating line bisection. GERRY SCHAFER PONDERS the next step in solving a trigonometry problem. JUNE HOOKER PRESENTS Mr. Gregg a " Board of Correction” as a going-away present. 24 cienee l J oini O ii " HOLD YOUR BREATH, class; it ' s gotta work! " Mr. Woodie says hopefully to his physics class. MEMBERS OF THE earth science class listen at¬ tentively as Mr. Pete Barber, representative of the Herman Stone Company, presents a lecture on gran¬ ite. PROGRAMMED ALGEBRA H students Ann Brown, Jerry Chapman, and Terry Collins learn at their own rate under Mrs. Sydnor’s direction. MRS. McKINNEY INSTRUCTS chemistry students Frank Longest, Lena McKnight and Diane McKinney in lighting the Bunsen burner. MISS SAUNDERS EXPLAINS a problem to her general math students. 25 Uraininq 7n 7locational ancf IHTomemaftiruq SHOP STUDENTS J. W. Sumner, Tommy King, Dale Marsh, and Dale Watson put finishing touches on a golf cart built for Coach Moir. " DEAR MR. JONES, " dictates Mrs. Coble to her Shorthand n class. TYPING I STUDENTS learn basic mechanisms of the typewriter. GIRLS TAKING HOME economics courses gain experience in funda¬ mentals of cooking and table man¬ ners. Courses Prepares Qfs Par Uhe Couture HOME ECONOMICS STUDENTS work on their sewing projects. TYPING STUDENTS WORK hurriedly in an attempt to keep up with their daily work. THIS HOUSE, LOCATED in the Smith Woods development, was built for Miss Simpson and Miss Holder by the carpentry class. " BLOW, GABRIEL, BLOW! " " ONE, TWO, THREE--don ' t bend your knee! " Freshman girls begin gym class with loosening-up exercises. STUDENTS USE THE library ' s many reference books and magazines during their study hall. DAILY PRACTICE SESSIONS make possible the high quality of our glee club. Our Cultural ancf Cuj.sica Ceer s MISS SIMPSON IN TROD UC ES Miss Sidden, student teacher from A.S.T.A., to the new supply of paperback books. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS HELP students check out reading material during their study halls. MISS THOMAS EXPLAINS PSAT grades to jun¬ ior students. Capable officers. . .superlatives. .. .Weejuns.. .madras.. .snacks.. first day. . .Villagers. . .heroes, sophomores. . .skeptical juniors, cent seniors — our student today. . .memories .freshman ' s . .conceited . .reminis- Siuc ents SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Bobby Ball, treasurer; Carolyn Davis, secretary; R. L. Williamson, vice-president; Frances Ashburn, president. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Jack Armfield, president; Jane Leach, secretary- treasurer; Mike Williams, vice-president SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Martha Rowe, president; Engle Yokley, vice-president; A1 Holyfield, secretary; Lou Ashby, treasurer FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Jimmy Smith, treasurer; Pat Stewart, secretary; Judy Childress, vice-president; Gail Boyd, president BOBBY ALLEN FRANCES ASHBURN JOE ALLRED ANNE ASHBURN BARBARA BADGETT BOBBY BALL STEVE BANNER TONY BLEDSOE GLENDA BARKER CAROL BOND NANCY BEASLEY GAIL BONDURANT WANDA BENGE GENE BRANNOCK TERRY BLACKMON DAVID BROWN JEANETTE BROWN LARRY CHILDRESS LON BROWN JANICE CLIFTON CALVIN BRYANT R. D. COBLE MARTHA CALLOWAY PHYLLIS CHAPPELL ELIZABETH COCKERHAM RODNEY COOKE SENIORS FRANCES SHELTON, Elizabeth Cockerham, and Ellen Foy talk to the representative from Woman ' s College at College Day. SUSAN DAVIS CAROL DIX EUGENIA EDMONDS RACHEL FAW KAY FORBIS HELEN GATES PAULA FOWLER TRUDY GOINS ELLEN FOY BRENDA HAWKS JOE FRANCE LYNN HENNIS RODNEY FRYE SUZANNE HENNIS BILLY HIATT BRUCE HULL LEON HIATT PAM INMAN JUDY HILL MICKEY JACKSON CLIFFORD HORNADAY BRENDA JARRELL PATSY HOWELL FRANC INE JOHNSON GILBERT JOHNSON MARY KELLY MIKE KEY CAROL LAUTHENSCHLAGER REBECCA LAWSON CAROLYN LEFTWICH eniors JILDA LEWIS SHIRLEY McCRAW JOHN LIDDLE WARREN McHONE FRANK LONGEST dianne mckinney lena Mcknight FLOYD NOAH KANDY MARION LLOYD NOAH EDDIE MASSEY GENEVA NORMAN LUCKY MOODY FRED O ' NEAL TOMMY NEAL PHILIP PEARSON JENNY PORTER CHARLES REEVES MARY E. PREDDY EDWARD REEVES ANNE PUCKETT RICHARD PUCKETT LIBBY RAMEY GAIL RICHARD NANCY RITCHEY JIMMY ROBERTS QUINTON ROGERS THOMAS SCOTT GERRY SCHAFER FRANCES SHELTON eniors 39 SENIOR CHEERLEADERS - Margaret Dancy; Lon Brown, co¬ chief; Suzanne Hennis, co-chief; and Carol Dix - proudly model their new uniforms. MIKE SHELTON SAMMY SLATE EDDIE SHORT DON SMITH EVELYN SMITH OSCAR SMITH J. W. SUMNER KAY SUTPHIN HELEN SNYDER CANDY TOLER STEPHEN STANLEY RICHARD STARR PATSY TURPIN TOMMY VICK ERNEST VONCANNON JIMMY VONCANNON ANITA WATSON BECKY WATTS MARY WELLS SHARON WESTMORELAND LANNIE WHITEMAN R. L. WILLIAMSON JUDY WINFREE MARY LU WRENN CONNIE WYCHE PAT WYRICK eniors 41 DO YOU THINK Kandy will make Broadway? WHAT ARE you mad at now? GAIL’S FIRST goat ride MARY ELIZABETH ' S birthday party THAT ' S ONE way of getting fat! BATHING BEAUTIES OF their day! MISS AMERICA ALL SMILES 42 DURING A STUDENT Council assembly Elizabeth and Anita Watson dis¬ played an abaca mat depicting the Philippine Islands. (LEFT)ANITA WATSON MODELED a national costume, a kimona and pataiong, given to Elizabeth by her foster family. (RIGHT) AT THE ANNUAL Father Urios Acquaintance Day festivities, Elizabeth won the apple-eating contest. ELIZABETH ENJOYED A dinner party with a few of her Filipino friends. Bn wes MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED Carol Dix and Lon Brown MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Stephen Stanley and Mary Elizabeth Preddy WITTIEST Bobby Ball and Gail Richard 44 U ies e Superfah lues MOST POPULAR Don Smith and Francine Johnson MOST ATHLETIC J. W. Sumner and Janice Clifton MOST STUDIOUS Rodney Frye and Frances Shelton 45 BEST LOOKING Frances Ashburn and Bob Allen BEST PERSONALITY Richard Puckett and Lena Me Knight CLASS NIGHT SPEAKERS Carolyn Davis, Stephen Stanley, Ellen Foy, and R. L. Williamson 46 Kenny Alderman Sandy Ashburn Judy Booker Mike Allran Patsy Atkins Dennis Bowman Wayne Allred Joy Baber Jerry Bowman Carl Anderson Carol Beck Nancy Bradley Jack Armfield Danny Beck Jim Bray Johnny Arrington Jimmy Belton Linda Brinkley amors Carolyn Calloway Howard Carpenter Leslie Collins Ronnie Cook Mike Carter Dianne Cox Tommy Carter Jimmy Cox Dick Chapman Pat Cox S. A. Brintle Susan Cockerham r- Elizabeth Cruse Donald Douglas Jerry Freeman Lloyd Dalton Janet Dowell Ellen Goad Ronnie Daniels Randy Eldridge Freddie Goins Carol Davis Tommy Fawcett Ronny Greenwood Becky Dawson Glory Fowler Teresa Griffin Bobby Drdak Dick Foy Rodney Gunter Mike Hall Van Hallman Doris Hanks Sarah Harkrader Opal Hawks Linda Head Steve Hiatt Gilda Hill Joyce Holcomb Barbara Holder Sarah Hoover Max Hunter Romey Hunter Sandy Hutchens Martha Inman Add Jessup Janie Jones Leo Jones Sharon Jones Stanley King Betty Lowe Wanda McHone Tommie Gail Nixon Carolyn Mabe Jane McMillian Richard Owen Tommy King Larry Kizer Tanya Klutz Becky Laws Dale Marsh Linda Mears Philip Parsley Don Marsh Nancy Merritt Patsy Patterson Sandra Patton Frankie Puckett Melvin Rogers Jo Ann Paul Doris Pulliam Becky Rule Peggy Pender Judy Quesinberry Judi Sabin Kathleen Peoples Linda Quesinberry Bruce Samet Ray Poore Suzanne Quesinberry Margaret Scott Terry Pruitt Susan Rees Bill Seigler uniors Becky Semones Juanita Shockley Dianne Simmons Hilda Simmons Nancy Simmons Carolyn Smith Gail Smith Marte Snyder Linda Spane Billy Ray Stanley Cynthia Still Cheryl Stone Ellen Sumner Helen Sumner Carol Tesh Peggy Thomas Bobby Tickle Leonard Utt Gaye Vernon Bobby Vogler Bill Wallace Genie Ware J7. uniors Dale Watson Carolyn Watts Patty Webb Mike Williams Linda Wood Brenda Worrell Gary Westmoreland Sandra Wilhite Joe York Gayle Byrum Sheila Willard Bonita Damico 3 r e Geraldine Alfano Mary Lynn Ashburn Mike Bartley Betty Allen Lou Ashby Robert Baughn Brenda Allen Bub Ayers Dennis Beck Karen Allred Mike Badgett Sharon Bell James Allred Mike Badgett Rodger Bedsaul Faye Arrington Becky Banner Benny Belton Judy Arrington Jerry Barker Shirley Benge Mary Birks Betty Boyles Bonnie Burge J. C. Blackmon Larry Boyles Brenda Burgess Brenda Blair John Bradley Gil Burke Linda Blair Johnny Brim Kay Burris Dianne Blizzard Linda Brower Fred Caldwell Clark Boyd Sandra Bryant Woody Clark Robert Bondurant Larry Bryant Herbert Chandler Grey Clifton Maxine Cooke Norma Easter Sue Combs Thomas Dancy Gary Edwards Mary Ellen Collins Linda Crow Cathy Edwards David Cooke Janet Davis Joan Ervin Judy Cooke Nancy Davis Marlene Fleming Marion Cooke Marsha Eads Steve Flippin Martha Jane Cooke Larry Deatherage Nancy Fleming I Billie Forrest Virgil Gilbert Bonnie Goins E. R. Forrest Johnny Gilley Clayton Goins Jane Foust Margaret Gilliam Linda Goins Robin Foy Peggy Glass Patsy Goins Bill Francisco Mary Ellen Goad Yvonne Golding George Frye Smith Goad Sarah Gray Wayne Franklin Nubbins Goad Jo Ann Graves David Green Harriet Hatcher Donna Hicks o Billy Griffith Cub Hauser Carolyn Holder Gloria Griffith Larry Hawks Linda Holloway Glenn Gunter Nancy Haynes A1 Holyfield John Hamilton Judi Head Joe Hooker Mary Ann Hamrn Elaine Hiatt June Hooker Jeanie Harrell Tony Hiatt Wanda Inman m Tommy Jackson Cathy Johnson Dwight Jones Larry Jones Tony Kirkman Janet Ledford Calvin Johnson o Judy Jones Judy Lawson Freddy Johnson Ronnie Jones Ann Lee Robbie Sue Johnson Bonnie King Jackie Lee Dennis Johnston Carleen Jones Larry Kirkman Leslie Kirkman Bobby Leonard Cam Lewis Betty Liddle Irene McAtee Bill McNeil Sandi Littleton Sarah McCann Elbert Marion Tony Lineback Diane McBride Brenda McQueen Gary Lovill Dale McDowell Jane Marsh Jane Loflen James McCloud Carol Marsh Dwight McAlexander Melvin McMillian Tommy Martin Joe Lowe Linda McHone Detra Marshall Carl Massey Gary Monday Mike Morrison Malinda Neal Elly Nieuwenhuis Dennis Owens Mary Payne Ronnie Peele Linda Pennix Susan Midkiff Laurie Moorefield Phyllis Murphy Beverly Neal Mark Nichols Bill Owen Jeanette Owens Terry Parker William Payne George Pendergraft Tony Phillips Jerry Porter o Gary Pruitt Sammy Rule Virginia Short Sandra Puckett Jean Sessoms Rodney Simmons Harry Puckett Marsha Semones Randall Simmons Roger Reeves Russell Shelton Patsy Slate Steve Puckett Rodger Shelton Ruth Ellen Simmons Martha Rowe Dorothy Short Barbara Speight Burke Robertson Jerry Shore Patsy Smith m Jimmy Sprinkle Charlotte Sykes o Judy Utt Bill Staples Mike Taylor Wallace Utt Kay Starling Paula Terry Shirley Vaughn Jo Anne Steele Freddy Tickle June Vernon Marjorie Steppe Glenda Tilley Nancy Vogler Don Surratt Reggie Tilley Dianne Walker Beverly Sutphin Tony Trevathan Gene Ward John Warren Nancy Williamson Judy Wright Phil Welch Bonnie Wilson Engle Yokley Linda Weldon Anne Wimbish Donnie York Gary Willard Pam Wolfe Be Anne Schwab George Wells Lois Wine Jerry Hatcher Elwood Williams Linda Wray Billie Jo Williams Doug Worth Linda Shelton 11 HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO you SEE TEACHERS, THE hem¬ lines have come down! PLEASE DON ' T TAKE him! OOPS! WHO CUT on the lights? SMILE, YOU’RE ON Candid Camera! WHAT DO YOU mean you can ' t see? ANOTHER LOUSY BIRTHDAY party! I DREAMED I was a knock-out in. Roger Riggs Carol Stewart Kathy Moody Merikay Noah Bettsee Smith j rest) men — yester u i ear SQUAKY’S FIRST catch! HAPPY BIRTHDAY to you! 59 Doris Allen Martha Allred Mary Allred Carol Arrington Tommy Ashburn Bobby Ashley Millie Ayers Wanda Ayers Martha Badgett Phyllis Baer Wilma Baity Wayne Barlow Ralph Beck Brenda Belton Randy Belton Ginnie Blackmon Larry Boles Fritzie Booker Vicki Booker Mike Bottomley Ardeith Bowman Gail Boyd Margie Boyd Steve Boyd Sylvia Boyles Kenny Brannock Lavon Branscome Ann Brown Roy Brown Juanita Bullin Jenny Bumgardner Linda Butcher Mary Butcher George Byrum Dennis Cain Chipper Calloway Timmy Calloway Sandra Carpenter Kay Carson Bill Carter Ronnie Caudle Phillip Chaney Jerry Chapman Billy Childress Judy Childress Carol Chilton Betty Collins Donna Collins Terry Collins Danny Cooke Lynn Cooper Elizabeth Colson Dennis Cox Rhonda Cox Janice Critz Calvin Crutchfield Donald Cummins Marlene Davis Linda Dobson Leo Dowell Shirley Easter Troy Easter Bobby Edwards Guy Edwards Don Estes I r s Sandra Evans Jerry Felts David Filbert Nancy Fleming Teresa Fleming Junior Flippin Shirley Flippin Barbara Freeman Mitchell Freemen Barry Gates Betty Gates George Gates Phil George Sheryll George Sue George Steve Gilley Sandra Gilley Jack Goad Larry Goad Dennis Goins Joan Gorden Larry Gorden Peggy Gravely Joyce Greenwood Phil Grohs Steven Gwyn Gary Hall Lynn Hallman Mary Jo Hanes Ruth Harold Steven Harrell Tim Hatcher Jerry Hatcher William Hatcher Andrea Hawks Ronald Hawks Sue Carol Hawks Ronnie Haymore Wayne Heath Clarence Hiatt Gary Hicks Jimmy Hill Sue Hodges Phyllis Holder Dennis Holder Serena Hollingsworth Frank Holyfield Barbara Honea Pixie Hurst Nellie Horton Benton Horton Linda Hunter Mike Hutchens Jimmy Hutchens Donald Inman Jimmy Inman Charles Johnson Judy Johnson Sue Johnson Vicky Johnson Wayne Johnson Billy Gray Jones Brenda Jones Danny Jones Vicky Jones Mickey Key Sandra Key Kay Keys Curtis King Dawnleigh King Shelia Lawrence Barbara Laws Phyllis Ledford Clarencie Lewis Pat Lyons Jo Ann McCreary Vicky McDowell Jim McHone Linda McMillian Edith Marion Ronnie Marion Gail Marshall Sandra Massey Bonnie Matthews Tommie Matthews Jackie Mears Freida Melton Wanda Miller Wanda Mobely Gail Monday Linda Monday Kathy Moody Charles Murray Ronella Niston Merikay Noah Dale Nunn Dennis Owens Joyce Owens Jimmy Parker Morris Pendleton Doyle Perdue Mike Preddy Gary Pulliam Jo Ann Reece Linda Reed Wayne Richard Barry Riddle Diane Riddle Roger Riggs Kenny Robertson Winton Rogers Silvia Rodriguez Bobby Rose Jane Samuel William Sawyers Larry Scott Patricia Scott Elizabeth Sechrist Paul Shaw Charles Simmons Lannie Simmons J. D. Simmons Tommy Simmons Alex Sink Bettsee Smith Brenda Smith Jimmy Smith Kay Smith Ronnie Smith Linda Starling r e s £ m e n Billie Sue Steele Carol Stewart Pat Stewart Billy Taylor Doug Taylor Brenda Thomas George Thore Leslie Tilley Ruby Tucker Nancy Turpin Brenda Upchurch Charles Vaughn Jeffre Vaughn Nancy Wagoner Emily Wallace Mike Warren Clyde Watson Dianne Watson Libby Weddle Alan Westmoreland Nancy Whiteman Linda Wilhite Greg Williamson Phyllis Williamson Elliott Woltz Carol Woodruff Linda Worrell Carolyn Wrenn Susan Wynne Betty Yopp Mary Lee Tony Smith I HOPE BULLMOOSE doesn ' t get caught! LOOK, MOM, no cavities! WE ' RE POOPED! A WHOLE CAKE for me! cold feet and football shoes. . .pep rallies. . . senior class rings. . .talent show.. .Christmas festivities. . .mid-term exams. . .Sweetheart Dance. . .spring. . .Junior-Senior Prom. . . Senior play. . .caps, gowns, diplomas. . .sum¬ mer, peace — the life of a student at M.A.H.S. Sc£i oo cS iprincj e SLAVE ELLY NIEUWENHUIS serves honored guests at the annual Latin Club banquet. pare her junior schedule. DAVE ROWE, 1962 president of the Student Council, swears in Don Smith, president-elect. 66 SENIORS ARE MEASURED for caps and gowns as graduation draws near. istry or senior science next of Miss Holder as they pre- SPRING BRINGS THOUGHTS of baseball to Billy Hiatt as other players warm up for a game. 67 Seniors j resent " WAKE UP, CHILD!” Abigail Williams (Donna Hartman) orders Betty Parris (Judy Monday) as servant girl Mary Warren (Oda Jessen) waits ex¬ pectantly. The Mount Airy High School Senior Class presented THE CRUCIBLE , a drama by Arthur Miller in two acts and five scenes. Directed by Miss Nancy Saun¬ ders, the play was a sensitive portrayal of the famous witch trials of Salem, Massachusetts. Excellent act¬ ing, make-up, and props; careful direction and atten¬ tion to detail--all gave the audience a dramatic adven¬ ture through " THE CRUCIBLE . " JOHN PROCTOR (Steve McKnight) forces Abigail Williams (Donna Hartman) to confess her guilt. 68 " Jfie GruciSIe MISS SAUNDERS TRANSFORMS Tommy Brim into Francis Nurse, a seventeenth century gentle¬ man. AN IMPORTANT FEATURE in the produc¬ tion of THE CRUCIBLE was lighting, handled expertly by Mike Allran. AN EXHAUSTED CAST enjoy a well-earned curtain call after their last performance of THE CRUCIBLE. .7« uniors an cf cS eniors (Above) DECORATION COMMITTEE MEMBERS Stephen Stan¬ ley, Carol Dix, Mary Elizabeth Preddy, and Mary Lu Wrenn paint the Three Ugly Sisters from " Cinderella. " (Right) TRUDY GOINS, WARREN McHone, and Susan Davis transform the YMCA into a " Wonderland by Night. " (Below) CANDY TOLER, TWAINETTE Boyd, Elisabeth Nieu- wenhuis, and Bobby Hauser relax between dances. G ommen cement SENIOR GIRL SCOUTS gather as a troop for the final time as graduation ends their scout¬ ing days. EXCITED SENIOR, PattiWyche, receives the long awaited diploma from Mr. S. A. Hennis. " IF AT FIRST you succeed, try again " is Sarah Harkrader ' s motto after winning the Lions ' Club essay for the second consecutive year. 72 MARSHALS FOR 1963: Mary E. Preddy; Elizabeth Cockerham; Shirley McCraw; Frances Shelton, co-chief; Terry Blackmon, co-chief; Becky Watts; Rodney Frye; Stephen Stanley; and Lloyd Noah. FRED GOINS ACHIEVED the highest scholastic average in the sophomore class. 73 JUNE VERNON TOPPED the freshman class in scholarship. CONVERTIBLES, DECORATED and ready, await the arrival of the lovely homecoming queen candidates. BRUCE HULL CLOSES in on a Bessemer ball carrier during the homecoming game. THE HIGHLIGHT COMES when Francine Johnson is crowned by the football co-captains. HOMECOMING QUEEN CANDIDATES happily pose for the AIRMONT’S camera. FRANCINE JOHNSON HOMECOMING QUEEN PATSY SLATE JUDY HILL NANCY MERRITT CAROL DIX lli)inler Zflctwities J J rouic e NANCY VOGLER AND Bonnie Burge -- third place tie THE DEBS -- third place tie LAURI MOORE FIELD -- first place BRUCE SAMET -- MASTER of Ceremonies JIMMY SPRINKLE — THIRD place tie STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT Don Smith installs new Student Council members. COACH ATKINS presents the letters and awards at the football banquet. Lights — 78 Ghristmas Jjr nas . In shining balls upon the tree. . .So many lovely things I see Reflected in the Yule- tide glow. . .The sweet familiar things I know--The tiny gleam of candle bright. . . A beacon small against the night, The pic¬ tured lines of my own face. . .Flame- lighted from the old fireplace. The mantle hung with Christmas green. . .To make complete a cozy scene. Tree— Parties — 79 r wirp 3eason ancf Sweetheart " DON ' T HIT ME, " yells Jim Bray as Eddie Sim¬ mons prepares to use one of the eggs given to him at Twirp Court. " JUST ONE MORE time, " plead Suzanne Hennis and Bobby Allen after being restricted by Twirp Court officials. STUDENTS ENJOY MUSIC and dancing at the annual Sweetheart Dance. DONALD DOUGLAS AND Kandy Marion vote for King and Queen of Hearts. Dance Gfimax 7)inter CTIctiuities i SWEETHEART QUEEN AND King, Patsy Howell and Roger Simmons, are crowned by Johnny Yokley and Elisabeth Nieuwenhuis, Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y officers. CANDIDATES FOR KING and Queen of Hearts (left to right): Margaret Ware and Roger Simmons, seniors; Patsy Howell and Lucky Moody, juniors; Nancy Simmons and Dick Foy, sophomores; Patsy Slate and Steve Puckett, freshmen. 81 Annually Mr. and Miss Mount Airy High are chosen by a secret ballot of all stu¬ dents. The purpose of this election is to choose a boy and girl who represent our school ideals. Stephen Stanley Seniors Philip Pearson Suzanne Hennis an cf JRiss Jltount Ji Donald Douglas Juniors Mike Williams Nancy Simmons Scholastic rating, school spirit, partici¬ pation in school activities, character, manners. . .these are qualifications for candidates chosen by the HIGH SPOTS staff. Becky Watts DAVID ROWE BEST ALL AROUND BOYS STATE REPRESENTATIVES (SEATED) Stephen Stanley, Richard Starr, (STANDING) Rodney Frye, Frank Longest, Tommy Neal. SHIRLEY McCRAW REPRESENTED MAHS at the Third Annual Governor ' s Youth Fitness Conference at N. C. State College. Susan Davis Girls State Representatives Anita Watson 84 i Donna Hooker-Music Scholarship, Brevard Barbara Weldon-Honor Scholarship, Massey Business College Bing Simmons-Mathematics Scholarship, UNC Freddy Lambert-Honor Scholarship, UNC Roberta Cobbler-Prospective Teacher Scholarship, High Point College Tommy Brim-Honor Scholarship, Duke University Bobby Childress-Football Scholarship, Catawba College Carol Johnson-Ella G. Holcomb Scholarship, Meredith College Carolyn Shore-Trustee Scholarship, Pfeiffer College Charles Meyers-Honor Scholarsh ip, UNC Elizabeth Waite-Nursing Scholarship, UNC Eddie Nester-Basketball Scholarship, Catawba College Jessie Anna Ward-Beta Sigma Phi Scholarship, Martin Memorial School of Nursing lDions GCuS Cssatj Contest First Place Sarah Harkrader Fourth Place Rodney Frye Second Place Charles Meyers Third Place Lauri Moorefield 85 Uraaniz all on s Campaigns.. .first editions.. .community ser¬ vice. . .scholarship. . .future. . .vocations. . . final curtain. . .well-won debates. . .athletic skill. . .administrative assistance — a well represented student body. BOBBY BALL (LEFT) and R. L. Williamson (RIGHT) strike a serious note as they present their platforms in the annual spring election for the presidency of the Student Council. " YOU ' VE GOT MY vote, " says Elly ANNE ASHBURN EXPLAINS her Nieuwenhuis to Frances Ashburn. campaign plan to Barbara Lovill. Siucfeni Gouncif—GJhe DGuc eus DON SMITH AND Carol Dix display a victory smile after their election as President and Vice-President of the Student Council. THE STUDENT COUNCIL repre¬ sentatives elected from each homeroom help to enforce the school rules. ;i ! ,1 STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: A. Holyfield, sergeant-at-arms; S. Rees, secretary; D. Smith, president; C. Dix, vice- president; P. Wolfe, treasurer. 7lctiujlie$ THE ALTERNATES OF the Stu¬ dent Council take the place of the Representatives in their ab¬ sence. MISS HOLDER, staff advisor, checks stu¬ dents ' proof-reading of a galley. NANCY BEASLEY types up her story for the next issue of HIGH SPOTS. EDITOR JUDY HILL plans the layout on dummy of the front page. JOURNALISM STUDENTS -- Gail Richard, Carol Bond, and Martha Calloway -- work hard writing their feature stories. ' I 90 SHIRLEY McCRAW, feature editor, and Becky Watts, associate editor, discuss a layout. JUDY HILL (STANDING) and other members of the HIGH SPOTS staff consult the caler .ar to set the date for one of the monthly issues. Since the paper must be prepared in advance, many stories are written in the past tense be¬ fore they ever happen. U£e 1963 ELLEN FOY, editor, manages a smile despite the rapidly approaching dead¬ line. MARY ELIZABETH PREDDY, copy editor, and Elizabeth Cockerham, art editor, work industriously to correct mistakes in cutlines. ELLEN FOY (STANDING) wel¬ comes the assistance of fresh¬ men Kathy Moody and Kay Keys. CLASS ROOM WORK: Francine Johnson, chairman; SCHOOL LIFE DIVISION: Anne Ashburn, chairman; Leslie Kirkman, Becky Laws, and Sarah Hoover. Nancy Merritt, Sarah Harkrader, and Becky Rule. MR. REED, staff advisor, glances over the 1962 AIRMONT. BARBARA BADGETT, typist, and Anne Ashburn, business manager, work together to complete the ads for the 1963 AIRMONT. BILL SEIGLER (CENTER) discusses proper camera tech¬ niques with other AIRMONT photographers, Dale Watson and David Green. CTL ' rmonf Staff ORGANIZATIONS: Frances Ashburn, chairman; Barbara Lovill, Elly Nieuwenhuis, and Judy Wright. ATHLETICS: Mary Elizabeth Preddy, Elizabeth Cockerham, co-chairmen; and Jane Leach. TRI-HI-Y OFFICERS (SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT) P. Wyrick, re¬ porter; E. Cockerham, treasurer; F. Shelton, secretary; M. E. Preddy, vice-president; F. John¬ son, president. (STANDING) P. Howell, chaplain; C. Lautenschalager, sergeant-at- arms. TRI - HI - Y group captains Nancy Simmons, Lena McKnight, Frances Ashburn, and Janice Clifton dis¬ cuss plans for the year ’ s activities. ScAooJ ancf Gommunitu HI-Y OFFICERS: Bobby Ball, S e r g e ant-at-arms; G. Schafer, treasurer; L. Moody, secretary; S. Stanley, president; R. Frye, vice- president; F. Longest, chaplain; P. Pearson, historian. STEPHEN STANLEY, president, discusses plans for HI-Y with sponsor Charles Vaughn. ytafe Becky Watts President Rodney Frye Vice President Qualifications for becoming a member of the Honor Society are based on scholarship and character. Juniors and seniors con¬ sidered for membership must have aver¬ aged 90 on each subject and on citizenship for two consecutive semesters. Points in character rating are initiative, executive ability, influences, service for organizations, service for the school, other services, dependability, industry, honesty, and personality. Elizabeth Cockerham Treasurer Mrs. Lorraine McKinney Sponsor 96 rCaiionaf Jfonor Society Frances Shelton Freddy Goins Philip Pearson Rebecca Lawson Cynthia Still Patsy Patterson Van Hallman Leslie Collins Mary Kelly Patty Webb Bill Seigler Sarah Harkrader SANDY LITTLETON, A Roman slave, serves Larry Kizer atthe annual Latin Banquet, as Tommy Neal, Jane Leach, and Cheryl Stone look on. Batin an f Bp an is A GfuSs LATIN CLUB OFFICERS: (FIRST ROW) Jane Leach, Frances Shelton; (SECOND ROW) Margaret Dancy, Mary Elizabeth Preddy; (THIRD ROW) Bruce Samet, Freddy Goins; (FOURTH ROW) R. L. Williamson, Mike Williams. " NOW GIVE ME the Spanish names for these pictures, " says Joe York to Spanish II students. DIANNE SIMMONS GIVES a report on " Cuba Be¬ fore Communism " during a meeting of the Spanish Club. CB encf interest ancf CPfeasure I I | SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS: (LEFT TO RIGHT) Stephen Stanley, vice-president; Patty Webb, secretary-treasurer; Phillip Pearson, president. F.T. A. OFFICERS: (FIRST ROW) Becky Dawson, vice-pres¬ ident; Elizabeth Cockerham, president; (SECOND ROW) Sarah Harkrader, reporter; Anne Ashburn, sec. - treas. 100 MR. DUVALL, SPONSOR of F. T. A., and member David Green dis¬ cuss the advantages of teaching. F. T. A. MEMBERS DISCUSS edu¬ cational job opportunities. F. H. A. MEMBERS Interest Dn future Uocah ' ons TOMMIE MATHEWS (CENTER) reads a recipe to Betty Gates and Jo Ann McCreary as they prepare to cook. MRS. BARTLEY DISCUSSES plans of a future pro¬ ject with a few F. H. A. members. HELEN SUMNER, PRESI¬ DENT of the F.H.A. meets with other officers. 2 ) ' C’onia js MIKE ALLRAN AND Lauri Moore- field create a hush over the student body at the climax of " Sorry, Wrong Number. " MISS SAUNDERS, SPONSOR of the D ' Comahs and debating team, stud¬ ies the script for " Sorry, Wrong Number. " D ' COMAHS OFFICERS: R. L. Wil¬ liamson, s e r g eant - at - arms; F. Longest, pres.; B. Semones, sec.; V. Hallman, treas.; M. Allran, vice- pres. earn THE DEBATING TEAM of 1961-1962-Freddy Lambert, Donna Lee Hartman, Johnny Taylor, and Steve McKnight-won district honors. 103 OFFICERS OF THE Monogram Club areJ. W. Sumner, sec.-treas.; Lucky Moody, president; Bobby Ball, vice- president. ocjram ium instructors JfaJI Jlfonitors HALL MONITOR, JUDY Lawson, signs a slip for Elly Nieuwenhuis. HALL MONITORS - Geraldine Alfano, George Wells, and Calvin Bryant - receive instructions from Student Council vice-president Carol Dix. 106 (Below) FRANCES SHELTON, office page, draws a chart for office use. 107 LIBRARY ASSISTANTS, Vicky Johnson and Eliza¬ beth Cruse, shelve books. MISS SIMPSON, SCHOOL librarian, prepares new books for students ' reading enjoyment. 108 ( " I WANT TO GO to Duke, " says Patty Webb to Carol Beck as they view college information on the bulle¬ tin board in the guidance office. MISS THOMAS, GUIDANCE counselor, readying material to be sent to the colleges. 109 jK JDiS Glee GfuS y J resen s JKusic no fi? Uhat 9i nspires MEMBERS OF THE Glee Club practice for the annual Christmas program. GLEE CLUB ACCOMPAN¬ IST is talented Nancy Beasley. GLEE CLUB OFFICERS: (SEATED) N. Merritt, Sec.-Treas; M. Morris, sergeant-at-arms; S. Quesinberry, librarian; (STANDING) L. Brown, pres.; M. Kelly, vice-pres. " PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT. " These band members practice at one of their daily sessions. BAND OFFICERS: Philip Pearson, pres.; Bill Wal¬ lace, vice-pres.; Jeanie Harrell, secretary; Dwight McAlexander, treasurer. I I j f jji V% ; ; T: ; , t , r . dBfjb f STE TCP y. iB ; , $ £ MSSI Cold feet and basketball shoes home runs and foulshots. . . hot dogs and adhesive tape. . .humility andexuberance. . . pep rallies and prayer. . .trophies and team work . . .helmets and glory--athletics well-played at MAHS. - : m (Above) ’’GET IN THERE and fight! " Assistant Coach Don Hiatt tells Steve Hiatt as Coach Oxen- dine and Assistant Coach Moir look on. I Mt. Airy 0 Southern Alamance 13 13 North Surry 0 13 Appalachian 49 0 Wilkes Central 19 0 Page 20 0 Hardy 24 7 Morehead 27 0 Bessemer 14 6 Reidsville 36 6 Madison-Mayodan 25 (Above) THE BEARS GO into a huddle as quarterback J. W. Sumner selects a play in a moment of crisis. 116 Jj ears C xperience Disappointing Season The Bears, plagued by injuries and inex¬ perience, posted a season record of one win and nine losses. A new coach, Ray Oxendine, directed the team. Composed mainly of sophomores and juniors, the Bears are looking forward to a better sea¬ son in 1963. (Below) CAPTAIN J. W. Sumner prevents a Hard¬ ing receiver from completing the pass. H7 Uhe Swee ness oj IJictoru . (LEFT) " CHILE " GOES IN fora lay¬ up as Bears stomp Wilkes Central during the regular season. (RIGHT) IN THE FIRST tournament game the Bears roar by Southern Alamance. (ABOVE) JUBILANT CO-CAPTAINS RE¬ CEIVE the District 5 trophy for the fourth con¬ secutive year. (LEFT)COACH MOIRENCOURAGES the players as the Bears take the lead in the final minute. (RIGHT) THE FINAL GAME is a con¬ test between Mt. Airy and powerful Bessemer. 118 (RIGHT) BEFORE THE BEARS’ departure for Kinston, the student body gathers for a pep-rally. (LEFT) AFTER LOSING IN overtime to unbeaten San¬ ford, the dejected captains receive the runner-up tro¬ phy. (RIGHT) ODA GIVES A good- luckkissto an embarrassed Coach Moir. (LEFT) THE BOYS PRE¬ PARE to leave as the stu¬ dents yell, " Hurrah for Mount Airy! " 119 VARSITY BOYS ' TEAM: (KNEELING) D. Childress, C. Goad, B. Ball, J. W. Sumner, J. Armfield, T. Kirkman, A. Holyfield (STANDING) Coach Oxendine, L. Moody, M. Williams, T. Bledsoe, T. Dancy, J. Freeman, L. Dalton, D. Foy, Coach Moir. THE BEARS elected seniors Tony Bled¬ soe and Lucky Moody as co-captains. COACH MOIR DELIVERS a pep talk to the Bears during a time out. VARSITY GIRLS’ TEAM: (FIRST ROW) E. Cockerham, C. Still, J. Clifton, J. Ervin, P. Holder, C. Tesh, E. Hiatt, B. Speight, G. Hill, B. Honea (SECOND ROW) P. Webb, K. Johnson, M. Kelly, M. Morris, G. Fowler, J. Ledford, B. Liddle, Coach Ann Spainhour. 121 MARTHA MORRIS shoots while Betty Liddle defends against the Surry Central guards. LEADING SCORER MARTHA Morris goes up for a shot. : ? tabs: • i - - - . ■ _1 ::.i: ; :: :: t Zt Uii 22 xpenence GILBERT BOWMAN DRIVES for a basket during the Surry Central game. THOMAS DANCY AND Guy Edwards watch tensely as the ball drops toward the basket. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM THE M.A.H.S. BASEBALL team must practice every day to be in top condition for the games. " STRIKE ONE! " yells the umpire as Billy Hiatt of look on. I 1962 1C 1» • »• - ' tllllic BASEBALL COACH CHARLES Moir (in uniform) goes over ground rules with umpires and opposing coach. VIC PYLES, first baseman, prepares to catch the ball that represents the final out in a Mt. Airy victory. Hillsville 5 Mt. Airy 2 Sparta 0 10 Hillsville 4 3 Reidsville 6 5 Galax 1 10 East Surry 14 2 Sparta 6 8 Bessemer 10 1 Morehead 3 7 Reidsville 6 4 East Surry 8 7 Galax 9 6 Morehead 1 8 Bessemer 0 0 the Bears swings and misses while Mt. Airy baseball fans 125 MAHS CHEERLEADERS: Carol Dix; Nancy Merritt; Martha Rowe; Carolyn Smith; Suzanne Hennis, co¬ chief; Lon Brown, co-chief; Margaret Dancy; Patsy Slate; Engle Yokley; Jane Leach. THE CHEERLEADERS AND fans demonstrate their approval as Mt. Airy regains possession of the ball. BEFORE THE SOUTHERN Ala¬ mance game the cheerleaders held a pep-rally at the post office. CUcf Color an cf Spirit Suspenders and charm bracelets radio tubes. . .Mentholatum and jelly beans . . .London Fogs. . .Valentines and savings accounts. . .Pepsis and pizzas. . .bowling balls. . .shampoo and eyeshadow. . .empty pocketbooks--a teenager ' s view of the adver¬ tising world »||! GROWING YOUNG is a way of life . . . This new cloth manufacturing plant for knitting, bleaching, dyeing and cutting operations is now in operation. The design is modern. The engineering is functional for efficient, quality production. FACTS ABOUT QUALITY MILLS, INC. History of Sound but Rapid Growth Continuing Job Opportunities for Qualified Applicants Excellent Job Security Modern Facilities with Pleasant Working Conditions Nationally Accepted Branded Products Complete IBM Punch Card System QUALITY MILLS, INC. MOUNT AIRY, NORTH CAROLINA The Franklin Street plant houses our sewing, finishing and shipping opera¬ tions. 3 a d a 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 GREENWOOD FLOOR COVERING Route 5 Fancy Gap Road Phone 786-4931 MOUNT AIRY LANES Hwy 52-A _ 786-5119 Mount Airy, North Carolina Bowling Is Family Fun FLINCHUM OIL COMPANY Your Sinclair Distributor Dial 786-2014 Mt. Airy, N. C. MASTER TIRE SERVICE Seiberling Tires Recapping-vulcanizing-new and used tires-tubes and auto accessories 786-4252 Main Street GULF PRIDE SERVICE Wash, Grease, Polish 711 South Main Dial 786-4611 C. P. " CHARLIE” MASSEY Public Accounting Tax Consultant Mt„ Airy, N. C. BRAY’S MILL " The Farmer ' s Feed Mill” Flour, Meal, Feed, and Ice Hammer Mills Backstrap Molasses and Feed Mixers WILLIAM’S CHEVROLET, INC. 605 Bluemont Road P.O. Box 757 Mount Airy North Carolina Telephone 786-2159 7 CHEVRO LET j MT. AIRY PAINT STORE Paints-Wallpaper-Accessaries Phone 786-6755 121 Franklin St. Mt. Airy, N. C. Compliments SINCE 1933 Mount Airy, North Carolina Compliments W. E. MERRITT COMPANY Excellent Food Comfortable Lodging BLU VUE 30 Unit Motel Restaurant Intersection Of U.S. 52 52-A One mile north of Mount Airy, N. C. TYNDALL AUTO SUPPLY Jim Walter Corporation " Your B. F. Goodrich Dealer " Inside Furnishings Materials 316 N. Main Street Furnished or Installed Mount Airy, N. C. on Fancy Gap Road Mount Airy, North Carolina gMTUL ATlo DUKE POWER COMPANY HOWARD PAUL PAINT SERVICE Painting And Decoration 313 Broad Street Mount Airy, North Carolina Congratulations to the Class of ' 63 from Pfwfys AIWAYJ MUST OUAlllY UTT SPORTING GOODS For All Your Sporting Needs Main Street in Mount Airy WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE R. B. Armfield, Owner Compliments of Mount Airy, North Carolina SCHAFER LUMBER COMPANY " The Family Store " HYLTON AUTO SUPPLY CO., INC. On Main Street Across From The Post Office F. REES COMPANY Compliments of FRANK HENNIS AUTO SALES Telephone 786-5171 MEN ' S AND BOYS ' CLOTHING Mount Airy, North Carolina SLATE MOTOR COMPANY Quality first. Corner South Main and Worth Streets i Best Wishes, Graduates ' A Si|ip|i COBLE DAIRY Compliments of PRODUCTS JESSUP-BROWN SHOE STORE is In Our New Location 215 North Main Street gp Compliments of DAVIS SHOE STORE 171 Main Street Mount Airy, North Carolina Best Wishes, Graduates, HARRIS BUILDING SUPPLY MONDAY HOME IMPROVEMENT COMPANY 713 Willow Street 786-6644 Mount Airy, North Carolina OF MOUNT AIRY, NORTH CAROLINA After the out-of-town games, meet your friends at STULTZ, INC. Stanleyville, North Carolina KINNEY-KEESEE DAVIS CO., INC. supplies-office equipment printing Tom Davis 413 N. Main 786-6013 Mt. Airy, N. C. MOODY ' S TRI-ANGLE GULF SERVICE Road Service Otto and Bob Moody, Owners FAREES Ladies Specialty Shop HIATT TELEVISION SERVICE Phone 786-5492 806 North Main Street Compliments of Mount Airy, North Carolina STANLY KING PHOTOGRAPHY ' At the dry bridge ' Springs Road Mount Airy, North Carolina Mt. Airy ' s Most Modern Drug Store complete line of cosmetics and drugs visit our beautiful soda fountain " The High Spot” Compliments of MITTMAN ' S GARAGE MODERN LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING Quick Drive-In Service West Lebanon Street Telephone 786-2113 RANDLEMAN DRUG COMPANY SPENCER’S, INC. SOUTHERN PROPANE GAS CO. , INC. Bottled and Tank Gas Mount Airy, North Carolina JONES OIL COMPANY Dobson Rd. 786-2807 ATLANTIC CARTER FURNITURE CO., INC. The Home of Satisfactory Service Phone 786-2670 Mount Airy, North Carolina Compliments of HENNIS FLOWER SHOP on Rockford Street across from the hospital AMOCO SUPER SERVICE Hwy 601 at 52 Dial 789-9245 Mt. Airy, N. C. Open 24 hours Wrecker Road Service HOOVER REPAIR SHOP Welding and Machine Works Willow St. Dial 786-8006 Mount Airy, North Carolina BRAD ' S CARD AND TOY SHOP 269 N. Main Street Mount Airy North Carolina Compliments of HOSPITAL PHARMACY Phone 786-4171 817 Rockford Street Mount Airy, North Carolina CONGRATULATIONS, TO THE GRADUATES from RENFRO HOSIERY MILLS CURRIER-WITHERS SUPPLY COMPANY Mill supplies Textiles supplies Phone 786-4175 West Pine Street Mount Airy North Carolina MOODY FUNERAL HOME AND CHAPEL Complete Fureral Service 24 Hour Ambulance Service Stuart, Virginia DIAL Owens 4-2131 Dobson, North Carolina DIAL Fulton6-2755 Mount Airy, North Carolina DIAL 786-2165 HOLLINGSWORTH DRUG Compliments of COMPANY JONES SUPPLY COMPANY Your Friendly JgBprTj Drug Store PfMKlfA Main Street Phone 786-4821 213 Virginia Street Mount Airy, North Carolina Mount Airy, N. C. CAUDEL ' S GROCERY At Bannertown, N. C. Fresh meats and Vegetables BLANKENSHIP McAULEY Dispensing opticians 450 N. Main Street Phone 786-3305 Prescriptions filled for eye-glasses, repairs, and adjustments SNOW ' S GARAGE AUTO PARTS General Repair-Automotive Supplies Billy R. Snow Box 316 Office 786-7788 Toast, N. C. Residence 786-5385 WALL ' S JEWELRY China-Crystal-Silver-Jewelry COMPLIMENTS OF LISTING Beauty Nook Belton ' s Service Station Booker ' s Gulf Station Carolina Elastic Company Central Shell City Barber Shop Coca-Cola Bottling Company Fleming Pest Control George W. Sparger, HI Holcomb Hardware Mid-Town 66 Service Mt. Airy Machine and Supply New Farmers Warehouse Sawyers Repair The Bargain Center The Canteen Trio Knitting MiUs, Inc. Wood ' s TV and Appliances Yanceyville Knitting Mills, Inc. Yellow Cabs LAMM DRUG COMPANY Your High School Drug Store Mount Airy, North Carolina LA MAISON BEAUTE’ (The House of Beauty) e % PERRY MANUFACTURING COMPANY ELLIS CLOTHING misses ' and girls ' blouses and sportswear Main Street Mount Airy, North Carolina Compliments oj MOSLEY’S SUPERMARKET HOLDER-BROWN CORPORATION Bigger and Better We give S. H. Green Stamps West Lebanon Street Extension Mount Airy, North Carolina Mount Airy, N. C. Manufacturers of " Poodle-Socks " BRAY ' S RECAPPING SERVICE 1219 N. South Street Mount Airy, North Carolina Best Wishes to the class of 1963 FEDERAL MOTOR EXPRESS MOUNT AIRY FCX SERVICE 805 S. South Street Telephone 786-7545 Compliments BLUE RIDGE SUPPLY FOY LUMBER COMPANY HUTCHENS LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS, INC. 209 Spring Street " A mother ' s care for all your wear. " H. L. GILLESPIE ' S GARAGE AND BODY SHOP 25 Men To Serve You Better H. L. Gillespie, Mt. Airy Owner North Carolina DICKSON RECORD TOY SHOP 124 Franklin Street Get the album of the week here. Compliments of LYNNE HOSIERY MILLS THE NORTHWESTERN BANK U-STRETCH CORPORATION Hosiery Machine Works P. O. Box 1122 Mount Airy, North Carolina Phone 786-4690 SPARGER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Insurance Service Since 1900 Mount Airy, North Carolina SURRY CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO., INC. Ready-Mixed Concrete 203 Galloway Street Phone 786-2566 Compliments of MOUNT AIRY TIMES PUBLISHING INC. BOOK STORE THE FAIR STORE Fair and Square Outfitters for the Family =1 _ iJ§L Phone 786-5843 Mount Airy, North Carolina Watches-Silver-China-Diamonds Crystal WILLIAMSON ' S ESSO JACKSON BROTHERS Mount Airy ' s First For Better Auto Department Store Service on ! J1 Fancy Gap Hwy. For Beautiful Buildings Bridges Memorials Dept, of Justice Building U. S. Bullion Depositors THE NORTH CAROLINA GRANITE CORPORATION 1 ■„ x - R P |i SI US - 1 ■ m r: • " IQ II 1 i . ii ii II IN IS . ! 1 Since 1889 Quarriers and Manufacturers of Mount Airy Granite U.S. Post Office Wright Memorial Meet Your Friends at the " THE MINOR IS OUR MAJOR " TASTEE-FREEZE PRUETT’S Bannertown North Carolina Children and Youthwear 187 North Main Mount Airy, North Carolina Congratulations to the Class of 1963 from INMAN ELECTRIC COMPANY " Butter " Cox and " Ed " Sparger trading as the MOUNT AIRY COAL YARD AND GROCERY Electrical Electric Heat Contraction -Dealers In- Lighting Fixtures and Wiring Devices 433 North Main Street BLUE RIDGE ESSO F. A. Williamson Phone 786-4475 Mount Airy North Carolina Compliments of J. EARL RAMEY GRANITE CITY INSURANCE AGENCY 210 Moore Ave. 786-4588 HYLTON INSURANCE AGENCY 132 West Pine Street Telephone 786-5260 Mount Airy, North Carolina CARL W. STEELE Mount Airy, North Carolina FULLER FURNITURE CO., INC. Corner Franklin and Willow Streets Mount Airy, North Carolina FLIPPIN GULF CENTER Washing, Greasing, Oiling Compliments of MOUNT AIRY IRON METAL WORKS HARKRADER FURNITURE CO., INC. Quality Home Furnishings G. E. Appliances 150 Franklin Street Mount Airy, North Carolina Congratulations DIXIE CONCRETE For Your Masonry Needs BARBER ALLEN HOSIERY MILLS 0iiqnitiilntums class of 1963 GRANITE HOSIERY MILLS, INC. SCENIC MOTORS, INC. Your Ford and Mercury Dealer U. S. Hwy 601 Mount Airy At Intersection North Carolina furniture with a past . . . . . . for your future MOUNT AIRY CHAIR CO. FURNITURE CO. Compliments 0 RADIO STATION WPAQ ALLENDALE MILLS, INC. 10,000 Watts Nondirectional 740 Kc. Mount Airy, North Carolina Phone 786-6111 Telephone 786-4165 Pontiac-Cadillac-Olds mobile Welding and Machine Work We Deal In Service MERRITT MACHINE SKYLINE MOTORS, INC. SUPPLY, INC. -Jobbers- Mill Supplies - Electrical Supplies M P 554 N - Mainst - (ipr 1948 Rockford St. Mt. Airy, N. C. V Y Mount Airy North Carolina TRI-ANGLE DRY CLEANERS Phone 786-7887 North Main Street Mount Airy, North Carolina Compliments of FULTON INSURANCE AGENCY Complete Insurance Service Franklin Street Mt. Airy, N. C. W. S. WOLFE DRUG COMPANY Prescription Druggist We Deliver Phone 786-5171 Mount Airy, North Carolina FARMERS DAIRY Phone 786-5753 Lowgap Road BELTON’S LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS Phone 786-2111 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 Compliments of The New MOUNT AIRY PHARMACY " Your Corner Drug Store " Cor. Franklin Main St.6-6181 Mt. Airy, N.C, Best Wishes to the class of 1963 SHACKLEFORD CONSTRUCTION CO. Compliments of LAWSONS CLEANERS AND SHIRT LAUNDRY 925 N. Main St. Mt. Airy, N. C. MILLS FAIRLANE MARKET . •„ t ism . awM jyBp mm •.£ ? 144 West Oak Street SUPERMARKET 1810 North Main Street ifonqratulations TOWN TIRE SERVICE to the class of ' 63 Tilton BOB’S CASH STORE Firestone Tires-Recapping Phone 786-2155 Mount Airy, North Carolina -- See ' ya ' at GRADUATES DAVE ' S TICKLE STANDARD AUTO PARTS, INC. 160 West Pine Street Mount Airy, North Carolina Dial 786-6188 Compliments of " Dave " Griffith Compliments of GRANITE CITY ELECTRIC CO. Mount Airy, North Carolina J. W. NICHOLS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. General Building Contractors P.O. Box 1026 Compliments of BROWN ' S GARAGE ROSES 5 10 ? STORE Main Street TIRE SERVICE in Mount Airy Mount Airy, North Carolina Compliments 0 BLUE RIDGE BOCOCK-STROUD COMPANY ENTERPRISES, INC. Construction Real Estate Building Supplies Mount Airy, North Carolina Phone 786-2911 TOWN COUNTRY REALTY Professional Insurance Service W. J. Miller, Jr. J. Marion Burke James A. Hadley Telephone: 786-2151 433 North Main Street Mount Airy, North Carolina BELK’S DEPARTMENT STORE 308 North Main Mount Airy § Belteil North Carolina JL Vll V ,5 DtPARTMIMT tTORIt . ' UTW» ° f . Compliments of VAUGHN BROTHERS DIST. Continuous Banking Service 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 HOME OIL GAS COMPANY Old Fancy Gap Road Congratulations, Seniors GREENFRONT BEAUTY SHOP Bernice Flippin, Prop. Toast, North Carolina ASHBY INSURANCE AGENCY 196 North Main Street Phone 786-2560 Mount Airy North Carolina JACKSON FULK MEN ' S WEAR 133 North Main Street Mount Airy NICHOLS CLOTHING COMPANY GRADUATES SIMMONS REALTY North Main Street Mount Airy, N. C. BEST WISHES FOR SUCCESS J. H. COX Garland G. Warren TEXACO PRODUCTS INSURANCE REAL ESTATE P. O. Box 824 564 W. Lebanon St. Mount Airy, N. C. Mount Airy, N. C. Senior Statistics BOB ALLEN Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; D ' Comah Club 3,4; Monogram Club 2; Hall Monitor 2; Football 1,2; Senior Superlative 4, Best Looking Boy. JOE ALLRED Office Page 3,4. ANNE ASHBURN Student Council 2, Alternate 1,3; AIRMONT 2,3,4, Bus¬ iness Manager 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Latin Club 2,3, Censor 3; FTA 4, Secretary 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Candidate 3; Sweetheart Candidates 2; Class Officer 2, Treasurer 2. FRANCES ASHBURN Student Council 3, Alternate 1,2, Parliamentarian 3; AIRMONT 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Latin Club 2; Spanish Club 4; Library Assistant 2; Glee Club 2; Class Officer 4, President; Senior Superlative 4, Best Looking Girl. BARBARA BADGETT Student Council 1, AIRMONT 4, Typist 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; FHA 4, Class president 4; Hall Monitor 3; Glee Club 4. LORITA STILL BALDWIN Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Spanish Club 3; FHA 1,2,3, Parliamen¬ tarian 2, Treasurer 3; Glee Club 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4. BOBBY BALL Student Council 3, Alternate 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4, Sergeant-at- arms 4; Latin Club 2,3, Treasurer 3; Monogram Club 2,3,4 Vice-President 4; Hall Monitor 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; Sweetheart Candi¬ date 1,2; Class Officer 4, Treasurer; Senior Super¬ lative 4, Witt iest Boy. STEVE BANNER Hi-Y 3,4; Latin Club 2; Glee Club 4. GLENDA BARKER FHA 4. NANCY BEASLEY HIGH SPOTS 4, Business Manager 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Latin Club 2; FHA 4, Reporter 4; FTA 4; Monogram Club 4; Glee Club 3,4, Pianist; Cheerleader 2. WANDA BENGE FHA 4, Group Treasurer 4; Hall Monitor 4. TERRY BLACKMON Spanish Club 3; FTA 4; Library Assistant 4; Football 1, 2; Marshal 3, Chief 3. TONY BLEDSOE Hi-Y 4; Basketball 2,3,4, Captain 4. CAROL BOND HIGHSPOTS 4, Advertising Mgr. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4; Basketball 1,3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3. GAIL BONDURANT Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Glee Club 4. GENE BRANNOCK Hi-Y 4; VIC 4, Sec. and Treas., 4. Bus Driver 3. DAVID BROWN Hi-Y 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Cap¬ tain 4. JEANETTE BROWN Student Council, Alt ernate 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Pianist 4; FHA 1,4; Group Treasurer 4; Glee Club 3,4, Pianist 3, Basketball 2. LON BROWN Student Council Alternate 4; Hi-Y 4; Latin Club 2; D ' Comah ' s 4; Office Page 4; Glee Club 2,3,4, Sec. and Treas. 3, President 4; Cheerleader 4, Chief 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; Senior Superlative 4, Most School Spirited, Morehead Scholarship Candidate 3. CALVIN BRYANT Hall Monitor 4. MARTHA CALLOWAY HIGH SPOTS 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; FHA 4, Group Secretary 4. PHYLLIS CHAPPELL Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Hall Monitor 3; Guidance Assistant 4; Glee Club 4; Band 2; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3. LARRY CHILDRESS Spanish Club 4. JANICE CLIFTON Student Council 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; National Honor Society 3; Latin Club 2; FHA 1; Hall Monitor 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Captain 1; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; Candidate for Miss MAHS 3; Class Officer 3, Treasurer 3; AFS Candidate 3; Senior Superlative 4, Most Athletic. R. D. COBLE Hi-Y 4; Band 1,2,3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; VIC 4. ELIZABETH COCKERHAM AIRMONT 3,4, Art Editor 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Treasurer 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Treasurer 4; Latin Club 2,3; FHA 4, President 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; Marshal 3; AFS Student 3. SARAH COX Tri-Hi-Y; FHA 4; Glee Club 2,3,4. MARGARET DANCY Student Council 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Latin Club 3,4, Cen¬ sor 4; Glee Club 3,4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Freshman and Sophomore Assemblies. CAROLYN DAVIS Student Council 1,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Guidance Assistant 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; Class Officer 4, Secre¬ tary; Class Night Speaker, Poet, 4. SUSAN DAVIS Student Council 1; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Latin Club 3,4; Library Assistant 2; Glee Club 2,4; Basketball 1; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; Girl ' s State Representative 3. LINDA DEATHERAGE Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; FHA 4; Glee Club 2,4. CAROL DIX Student Council 4, Alternate 1; Vice President 4; HIGH SPOTS4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Cheerleader 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; Homecoming Candidate 3,4; Class Officer 2,3, Vice President Senior Superlative 4, Most School Spirited. EUGENIA EDMONDS Hall Monitor 3; Office Page 4. RACHEL FAW FHA 1,2,4; Class Secretary 4; Guidance Assistant 4; Glee Club 4. KAY FORBIS Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; FHA 4; Glee Club 3,4; Basketball 1,2. PAULA FOWLER Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Guidance Assistant 4; Glee Club 2,4; Basketball 1,2,3. ELLEN FOY AIRMONT 2,3,4, Editor 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Delegate to state convention 4; Latin Club 2; Glee Club 2,3,4; Jr.- Sr. Prom Committee 3; Mr. and Miss MAHS Candidate 3; Class Night Speaker, Testator 4. JOE FRANCE Band 1,2,3,4. RODNEY FRYE Studnet Council 4; Parliamentarian 4; Hi-Y 3,4, Vice President 4; National Honor Society 3,4, Vice President 4; Latin Club 2,3; Hall Monitor 1,3; Office Page 3,4; Jr.- Sr. Prom Committee; Marshal 3; Senior Superlative 4, Most Studious Boy; Boy ' s State 3. 149 Senior Statistics TRUDY GOINS Student Council 3; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Guidance Assistant 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3. BRENDA HAWKS FHA 1,2,4. LYNN HENNIS Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Spanish Club 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; Class Officer 1, Secretary. SUZANNE HENNIS Student Council 1; HIGH SPOTS 4, Sports Editor 4; Tri- Hi-Y 3,4; Latin Club 2,3; Hall Monitor 2,3; Cheerleader 2,3,4, Chief 4. BILLY HIATT Spanish Club 3; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Hall Monitor 3; Football 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4. LEON HIATT Spanish Club 3; Baseball 2,3. JUDY HILL Student Council 1, Alternate 2,3; HIGH SPOTS 4, Editor 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Latin Club 2; Spanish Club 4; FHA 1; FTA 4; Library Assistant 1,2; Glee Club 2,3,4; Basket- Ball 1; Homecoming Candidate 3,4; Mr. and Miss MAHS Candidate 1. CLIFFORD HORNADAY Glee Club 3,4. PATSY HOWELL Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Chaplain 4; Latin Club 2; Hall Monitor 4; Library Assistant 2,3; Glee Club 2,3; Sweetheart Candi¬ date 3, Queen 3. BRUCE HULL Hi-Y 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee; Class Officer 1, Treas.; VIC 4, Vice President 4. PAM INMAN Tri-Hi-Y 4; FHA 4, Group Reporter 4; Glee Club 4. BRENDA JARRELL Student Council Alternate 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Spanish Club 3; FHA 4, Group Treasurer. FRANCINE JOHNSON Student Council 2,4; AIRMONT 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Presi¬ dent 4, Delegate to state convention 3; Latin Club 2,3; Hall Monitor 4; Library Assistant 2; Glee Club 2,4; Jr.- Sr. Prom Committee Chairman; Homecoming Candidate 4, Queen 4; Class Officer 3, President 3; Senior Super¬ lative 4, Most Popular Girl; Pilot Mountain High 1; Class officer, Reporter; Student Council; Homecoming Court; Basketball. MARY KELLY Melrose Academy, Melrose Publication 3, Melrose Dramatics Club 2; Glee Club 1,2,3, Pianist 1,2,3; Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3; Debating Team 1,2; Medal for highest honor in school 2; Highest class average 1,2,3; Mt. Airy, National Honor Society 4; Glee Club 4, Vice-presi¬ dent 4; Basketball 4. MIKE KEY Hi-Y 4. CAROL LAUTENSCHLAGER Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Sergeant-at-arms 4; Latin Club 3; Bas¬ ketball 2. REBECCA LAWSON National Honor Society 3,4; FHA 4, Class Historian; Office Page 4; Hall Monitor 3. JILDA LEWIS Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; FHA 4, Class Vice President, Over-All Chaplain 4; Glee Club 4. JOHN LIDDLE Hi-Y 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3; Football 2,3. FRANK LONGEST Hi-Y 3,4, Chaplain 4; Latin Club 2; Spanish Club 4; D ' Comah ' s 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Band 1; Boy ' s State 3; Sophomore Class Play; Morehead Scholar¬ ship Candidate 4. SHIRLEY McCRAW HIGH SPOTS 4, Feature Editor 4; National Honor Society 3,4, Secretary 4; Spanish Club 3; FTA 4; Guidance As¬ sistant 4; Library Assistant 3; Marshal 3. WARREN Me HONE Student Council Alternately; Hi-Y; Latin Club 2,3, Pro¬ gram Chairman 3; Hall Monitor 4; Football 1; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3. dianne mckinney Student Council 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Spanish Club 3; Sec¬ retary 3; FHA 1; Hall Monitor 2; Office Page 3; Band 1,2, Secretary 2; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee. lena Mcknight Student Council Alternate 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4, Group Captain 4; FTA 4; D ' Comah ' s 4; Hall Monitor 4; Glee Club 4; Senior Superlative 4, Best Personality. KANDY MARION Tri-Hi-Y3,4; Library Assistant 2,3; Band 3, Flag Bear¬ er; Basketball 1,2. EDDY MASSEY Hi-Y 4; Monogram Club 2; Hall Monitor 1; Glee Club 4. LUCKY MOODY Student Council 2,4; Hi-Y 3,4, Secretary 4; Latin Club 2; Monogram Club 2,3,4, President 4; Hall Monitor 2; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co-captain 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Com¬ mittee; Sweetheart Candidate 3; Class Officer 2, Presi¬ dent 2. TOMMY NEAL Hi-Y 4; Latin Club 3; HallMonitor 3,4; Band 1,2. FLOYD NOAH Latin Club 2,4. LLOYD NOAH Latin Club 2,4; Marshal 3. FRED O ' NEAL Hi-Y 4; Monogram Club 2; Glee Club 4; Hall Monitor 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; VIC 3. PHILIP PEARSON Student Council 2; Hi-Y 3,4, Historian 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Spanish Club 4, President 4; Hall Monitor 1; Band 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; Marshal 3; Mr. and Miss MAHS candidate 3,4; Morehead scholarship candidate 4. JENNY PORTER Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; FHA 1; Library Assistant 3,4; Glee Club 2,3, Sergeant-at-arms 3; Freshman Play. MARY ELIZABETH PREDDY Student Council Alternate 3,4; AIRMONT 3,4, Copy Editor 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4 Vice-president 4; Latin 2,3,4, urer 3, Secretary 4; D’Comah ' s 3,4; Hall Monitor 2; Glee Club 2,3,4; Basketball 1; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; Marshal 3; Mr. and Miss MAHS candidate 2; AFS Candidate 3; Senior Superlative 4, Girl Most Likely To Succeed; Guidance Assistant 4. ANN PUCKETT Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; FHA 4; Guidance Assistant 2,3,4. RICHARD PUCKETT HIGH SPOTS 4, Sports Editor 4; Hi-Y 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; Senior Superlative, Best Personality 4. LIBBY RAMEY Tri-Hi-Y 4; FHA 4, Class secretary, Over-all Song Leader 4; Hall Monitor 3; Guidance Assistant 4. 150 enior Statistics CHARLES REEVES Student Council 3, Alternate 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; VIC 4, President 4. EDWARD REEVES VIC 4. GAIL RICHARD HIGH SPOTS 4, Circulation Manager; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Spanish Club 3; FHA 1; D ' Comah ' s 4; Glee Club 4; Band 1; Majorette 2,3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; Senior Superlative 4, Wittiest. NANCY RITCHEY FHA 4. JIMMY ROBERTS Hi-Y 4; Glee Club 4; Bus Driver 3,4. QUINTON ROGERS Bus Driver 3,4. GERRY SCHAFER Hi-Y 3,4; Treasurer 4; D ' Comah ' s 4; Spanish Club 3; Monogram Club 4; Basketball 3,4, Manager; Baseball 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3. TOMMY SCOTT Hi-Y 4; Latin Club 2; Glee Club 4. FRANCES SHELTON Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Secretary 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Latin Club 3,4, Program Chairman 4; Office Page 4; Basketball 1; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; Marshal 3, Chief 3; Senior Superlative 4, Most Studious. MIKE SHELTON Hall Monitor 3; Class Officer 1, President. EDDIE SHORT Student Council Alternate 2; Hi-Y 3,4; Spanish Club 3; Office Page SAM SLATE Hi-Y 4; Glee Club 3,4. DON SMITH Student Council 1,4, President 4; Spanish Club 3, Presi¬ dent 3; Office Page 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; Class Officer, Secretary 3; Senior Superlative 4, Most Popular 4. EVELYN SMITH Hall Monitor 4. OSCAR SMITH Hi-Y 4; SpanishClub 3; FTA 4; Office Page 4. STEPHEN STANLEY Student Council 4; Hi-Y 3,4, President 4; Latin Club 2; Spanish Club 4, Vice-President 4; Guidance Assistant 4; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; Marshal 3; Mr. and Miss MAHS candidate 3,4, Mr. MAHS 4; Senior Superlative 4, Most Likely to Succeed; Class Night Speaker, Historian 4. RICHARD STARR Hi-Y 3,4; Latin Club 2; FTA 4; Hall Monitor 3,4; Boys ' State 3,4. J. W. SUMNER Hi-Y 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4, Secretary and Treasurer 4; Football 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Basketball 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Senior Superlative 4, Most Athletic. KAY SUTPHIN Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Office Page 4; Library Assistant 2,3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3. CANDY TOLER Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Spanish Club 3. PATSY TURPIN FHA 1,4; Glee Club 4. JIMMY VONCANNON Glee Club 4. ANITA WATSON Student Council Alternate 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; FHA 1; Office Page 4; Library Assistant 3; Basketball 1; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; Girls State Representative 3. BECKY WATTS Student Council 4; HIGH SPOTS 4, Associate Editor 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4, President 4; Latin Club 2,3; Library Assistant 2,3,4; Marshal 3; Mr. and Miss MAHS candidate 4, Miss MAHS 4. Glee Club 4. MARY WELLS SHARON WESTMORELAND Student Council Alternate 2; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Guidance Assistant 4; Band 1,2,3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3. LANNIE WHITEMAN Tri-Hi-Y 3; Spanish Club 4; Glee Club 4. R. L. WILLIAMSON Student Council 1,3; Hi-Y 3,4; Latin Club 2,3,4, Presi¬ dent 3,4; D ' Comahs 2,3,4; Sergeant-at-arms 3,4; Hall Monitor 2,3,4; Band 1; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3; Mr. and Miss MAHS Candidate 1,2; Class Officer 4, Vice President 4; Class Night Speaker 4, Prophet. MARY LU WRENN Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; FHA 4; D ' Comahs 4; Hall Monitor 2; Glee Club 4; Basketball 1,2; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3. CONNIE WYCHE Tri-Hi-Y 3, Group Captain; Spanish Club 3, Secretary 3; Library Assistant 2,4; Band 1,2,3; Basketball 2, Man¬ ager; Majorette 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3. PATRICIA WYRICK Tri-Hi-Y 3,4, Reporter 4; Latin Club 2,3; FHA 4; Office Page 3; Glee Club 3. 1 51 A Ken Alderman 47, 95 Geraldine Alfano 52, 106 Betty J. Allen 52 Bobby Allen 34, 46, 80, 95, 102 Brenda Jean Allen 52, 100 Doris Allen 60 Mike Allran 47, 69, 95, 102, 104, 116, 117 James Allred 52 Joe Allred 34, 107 Karen Allred 52, 72, 110 Martha Allred 60 Mary Jean Allred 60 Wayne Allred 47, 95, 106 Carl A. Anderson 47 Jack Armfield 33, 47, 95, 99, 120 Carol Arrington 60, 100 Faye Arrington 52 Johnny Arrington 47 Judy Arrington 52 Anne Ashburn 1, 34, 88, 92, 93, 94, 101, 156 Frances Ashburn 1, 32, 34, 46, 88, 93, 94, 99, 156 Mary Lynn Ashburn 98, 110 Sandy Ashburn 47, 110 Tommy Ashburn 60, 122 Lou Ashby 33, 52 Robert Ashley 59, 60 Patsy Atkins 47 Bub Ayers 52 Millie Sue Ayers 60 Wanda Ayers 60 B Joy Baber 47, 94, 110 Barbara Badgett 1, 34, 93, 94, 100, 110, 156 Mike Badgett 52, 110 Martha Badgett 60 Mike Badgett 52 Phyllis Baer 60 Thelma Baity 60 Lorita Baldwin 94 Bobby Ball 32, 34, 44, 88, 95, 104, 120 Steve Banner 34, 110 Rebecca Banner 52 Jerry Barker 52 Glenda Barker 34, 100 Wayne Barlow 60 Mike Bartley 52, 116 Clifton Baughn 52 Nancy Beasley 34, 100, 101 Carol Beck 47, 109 Danny Beck 47, 52, 74, 104, 116 Ralph Beck 60 Roger Bedsaul 52 Sharon Bell 52, 105 Benny Belton 52, 116 Brenda Belton 60 Jimmy Belton 47 Randy Belton 60 Shirley Benge 52 Wanda Benge 34, 100, 106 Mary Birks 52 J. C. Blackmon 52, 98, 116 Ginny Blackmon 60, 100 Terry Blackmon 34, 73, 101, 103, 108 S 7ncfex Brenda Blair 52, 98 Linda Blair 52, 98 Tony Bledsoe 34, 95, 104, 105, 120 Dianne Blizard 52, 98, 105 Larry Boles 60 Carol Bond 23, 34, 98, 101 Gail Bondurant 34, 94, 105, 110 Robert Bondurant 52 Fritzie Booker 60 Judy Booker 47, 94, 97 Vickie Booker 60, 89 Mike Bootomley 60 Ardieth Bowman 60, 100 Dennis Bowman 47, 98 Gilbert Bowman 105, 123 Jerry Bowman 47, 95, 99, 113 Clark Boyd 52, 113 Gail Boyd 33, 59, 60 Marje Boyd 60, 100 Steve Boyd 60 Betty Boyles 52, 110 Larry Boyles 52. 110 Sylvia Boyles 60 John Bradley 52 Nancy Bradley 47, 94 Gene Brannock 27, 34, 77, 95 Kenny Brannock 60 Peggy Brannock 53 Lavon Branscome 60, 100 Jim Bray 47, 80, 110 Johnny Brim 52, 116 Linda Brinkley 47, 94, 110 S. A. Brintle 47 Billy Brooks 103 Lynda Brower 52, 98, 100, 110 Ann Brown 25, 60, 83 David Brown 34, 95, 104, 105, 116 Jeanette Brown 35, 94, 100, 110 Lon Brown 35, 40, 44, 89, 102, 108, 110, 126 Roy Brown 60, 113 Calvin Bryant 35, 106 Larry Bryant 52 Sandra Bryant 52 Juanita Bullin 60 Virginia Bumgardner 60 Bonnie Burge 52, 77, 113, 127 Brenda Burgess 52, 105 Gil Burke 52, 98 Kay Burris 52 Linda Butcher 60 Mary Butcher 60 George Byrum 60 Gayle Byrum 51, 100 C Dennis Cain 60 Freddie Caldwell 52, 116 Carolyn Callaway 47, 94, 110 Chipper Calloway 60, 113 Martha Calloway 35, 100 Tim Calloway 60, 110, 113 Howard Carpenter 47 Sandra Carpenter 60, 113 Kay Carson 60 Bill Carter 60, 113 Mike Carter 47, 95, 116 Tommy Carter 47, 95, 98, 116 Ronnie Caudle 60 Herbert Chandler 52 Phillip Chaney 60 Dick Chapman 47, 95 Jerry Chapman 25, 60, 89, 122 Phyllis Chappell 35, 94, 109, 110 Billy Childress 60 Dennis Childress 104, 118, 120 Judy Childress 33, 60 Larry Childress 35, 99 Carol Chilton 60 Woody Clark 52, 89, 98, 110 Grey Clifton 53 Janice Clifton 35, 45, 94, 106, 113, 121 R. D. Coble 35, 77, 95 Elizabeth Cockerham 1, 4, 35, 36, 73, 92, 93, 94, 96, 101, 121, 144 Susan Cockerham 47, 89, 94, 98 Betty Collins 60, 100 Donna Collins 60, 100 Leslie Collins 47, 97, 98 Mary Ellen Collins 53, 98 Terry Collins 25, 60 Elizabeth Colson 60 Sue Combs 53 Danny Cooke 60 David Cooke 53, 105 Judy Cooke 53, 98 Marian Cooke 53, 110 Martha Cooke 53, 98 Maxine Cook 53, 98, 100 Ronnie Cook 105, 147 Rodney Cooke 35, 105 Lynn Cooper 60, 100 Diane Cox 47, 94, 99, 108 Jimmy Cox 47 Pat Cox 47, 99 Rhonda Cox 60 Sarah Cox 35, 94, 100, 110 Jane Critz 60, 100 Linda Crow 53, 98 Elizabeth Cruise 48, 94, 108, 110 Calvin Crutchfield 60, 113 Donald Cummings 60 D Lloyd Dalton 48, 120 Bonita D ' Amico 51 Margaret Dancy 35, 40, 94, 98, 110, 126 Thomas Dancy 53, 110, 120, 123 Ronnie Daniels 48, 98 Carol Davis 48, 98 Carolyn Davis 32, 35, 46, 94, 109 Janet Davis 53, 98 Marlene Davis 60, 100 Nancy Davis 53, 105 Susan Davis 36, 94, 98, 110 Tondah Davis 98 Rebecca Dawson 48, 94, 97, 101, 108 Larry Deatherage 53 Linda Deatherage 35, 94, 100, 110 Carol Dix 36, 40, 42, 44, 70, 74, 75, 88, 89, 94, 126 Linda Dobson 60 Donald Douglas 22, 48, 80, 82, 95, 113 Janet Dowell 48, 94 Leo Dowell 59, 60 Bobby Drdak 102, 104, 116, 148 E Marsha Eads 53, 98 152 S7ncfex Norma Easter 53, 100 Shirley Easter 60 Troy Easter 60 Eugenia Edmonds 46, 108 Bobby Edwards 60, 122 Catherine Edwards 53 Gary Edwards 53 Guy Edwards 60, 123 Randy Eldridge 24, 48, 95, 98, 102, 106, 113 Joan Ervin 53, 121 Don Estes 60, 89, 122 Sandra Evens 61, 100 F Rachel Faw 36, 100, 109, 110 Tommy Fawcett 48, 95, 99, 102, 104 Jerry Felts 61 David Filbert 61 Marlene Fleming 100, 110 Nancy Fleming 53, 100 Nancy Fleming 61 Teresa Fleming 61, 110 Junior Flippin 61 Shirley Flippin 61 Stephin Flippin 53, 116 Kay Forbis 36, 94, 100, 110 Billie Anne Forrest 53, 113 E. R. Forrest 53, 110 Jane Foust 24, 53 Glory Fowler 48, 94, 101, 105, 110, 121 Paula Fowler 36, 94, 109, 110 Dick Foy 48, 81, 95, 104, 120 Ellen Foy 1, 23, 36, 46, 92, 94, 156 Robin Foy 53, 116 Joe France 36, 113 Bill Francisco 53, 89, 106 Wayne Franklin 53 Barbara Freeman 61, 100 Jerry Freeman 48, 104, 118, 120 William Freeman 61, 122 George Frye 53 Rodney Frye 36, 45, 73, 89, 95, 96, 106, 108 G Barry Gates 61, 113 Betty Gates 61, 100 George Gates 61 Helen Gates 36 Phil George 61, 122 Sheryll George 61 Sue George 61, 100 Billy Gilbert 24, 95, 99, 102 Virgil Gilbert 53 Johnny Gilley 53 Sandra Gilley 61 Steve Gilley 61, 122 Margaret Gilliam 53 Peggy Glass 53 Nubbins Goad 53, 98, 120 Ellen Goad 48, 94, 102, 110 Jack Goad 61 Larry Goad 61 Mary Ellen Goad 53, 57, 80, 89, 98, 106 Smith Goad 53 Bonnie Goins 53 Clayton Goins 53 Dennis Goins 61 Fred Goins 48, 73, 89, 95, 98, 105 Linda Goins 53, 105 Patsy Goins 53 Trudy Goins 36, 109 Yvonne Golding 53, 98 Joan Gordon 61 Larry Gordon 61 Peggy Gravely 61, 100 Jo Ann Graves 53, 106 Sarah Gray 53 David Green 54, 93, 98, 101, 156 Joyce Greenwood 61, 100 Ronnie Greenwood 22, 48, 104, 116 Teresa Griffin 48, 66, 100 Billy Griffith 54 Gloria Griffith 54 Phil Grohs 61, 122 Glenn Gunter 24, 54, 77 Rodney Gunter 48 Steve Gwyn 61 H Gary Hall 61, 122 Mike Hall 48 Lynn Hallman 59, 61, 97, 113 Vance Hallman 48, 95, 99, 102, 104, 108 John Hamilton 54, 57, 82, 89, 98, 106, 116 Mary Ann Hamm 54 Doris Hanks 48, 98 Sarah Harkrader 1, 48, 92, 94, 99, 102, 110, 156 Ruth Harold 61 Jean Harrell 54, 113 Steve Harrell 61 Harriet Hatcher 54 Jerry Hatcher 57, 61 Jim Hatcher 61 William Hatcher 61 Clay Hauser 54, 98 Andrea Hawks 61, 101 Brenda Hawks 36 Larry Hawks 54 Opal Hawks 48 Sue Carol Hawks 61 Ronald Hawks 61 Ronnie Haymore 61 Mary Jo Haynes 61 Nancy Haynes 54 Judy Head 54, 100 Linda Head 48, 98, 110 Wayne Heath 61 Lynn Hennis 36, 42, 94 Suzanne Hennis 36, 40, 42, 83, 94, 126 Billy Hiatt 37, 67, 104, 105, 125 Clarence Hiatt 61 Elaine Hiatt 54, 121 Leon Hiatt 37 Stephen Hiatt 48, 95, 116 Tony Hiatt 54, 116 Donna Hicks 54 Gary Hicks 61 James Hill 61 Gilda Hill 48, 94, 121 Judy Hill 37, 42, 74, 75, 76, 99, 101, 110 Sue Hodges 61, 100 Joyce Holcomb 48, 94, 99, 101, 106 Barbara Holder 48 Carolyn Holder 54, 100 Denny Holder 61 Phyllis Holder 61, 121 Serena Hollingsworth 61 Linda Holloway 54 A1 Holyfield 33, 54, 89, 105, 120 Frank Holyfield 61, 113 Barbara Honea 61, 100. 121 Joe Hooker 54, 110, 116 June Hooker 24, 54, 113 Sarah Hoover 1, 48, 92, 94, 99, 156 Clifford Hornaday 37, 110 Ellis Horton 61 Nellie Horton 61 Patsy Howell 37, 76, 81, 94, 106 Bruce Hull 27, 37, 74, 95, 104, 116 Linda Hunter 61 Max Hunter 48, 95, 99 Romey Hunter 49 Pixie Hurst 61, 100 Jimmy Hutchens 61 Mike Hutchens 61 Sandy Hutchens 80, 99 I Donald Inman 61 Jimmy Inman 61 Martha Inman 49, 94, 110 Pam Inman 37, 94, 100, 110 Wanda Inman 54, 110 J Mickey Jackson 37 Thomas Jackson 54, 113, 123 Branda Jarrell 37, 94, 100 Addison Jessup 49 Betty Johnson 100 Calvin Johnson 54, 113 Cathy Johnson 54, 98, 110, 121 Charles Johnson 61 Francine Johnson 1, 23, 37, 74, 75, 89, 94, 106, 110, 156 Freddy Johnson 74, 106, 113 Gilbert Johnson 37 Judy Johnson 61 Robbie Johnson 54,110 Sue Johnson 61, 89, 110 Vicky Johnson 61, 89, 108 Wayne Johnson 61 Dennis Johnston 54 Bill Jones 61 Brenda Jones 61, 100 Carleen Jones 54, 98, 106 Danny Jones 61 Dwight Jones 54 Janie Jones 49 Judy Jones 54, 98 Larry Jones 54 Leo Jones 49, 95, 99 Ronnie Jones 54 Sharon Jones 48, 94, 98, 102, 107 Vicky Jones 61, 100 K Mary Kelly 37, 97, 121 Mike Key 37, 95 153 Mickey Key 62 Sandra Key 62 Kay Keys 59, 62, 92 Bonnie King 54, 98, 106 Curtis King 62 Dawn Leight King 62 Stanley King 49, 98 Tommy King 26, 49, 77 Larry Kirkman 54, 104, 116, 123 Leslie Kirkman 54, 92, 98, 156 Tony Kirkman 54, 105, 120 Larry Kizer 49, 95, 104, 117 Tanya Klutz 99 L Carol Lautenschlager 37, 94, 110 Sheila Lawrence 62 Barbara Laws 49, 62 Rebecca Laws 1, 80, 92, 94, 97, 99, 102, 156 Judy Lawson 54, 102, 105, 106 Rebecca Lawson 37, 97, 100 Jane Leach 1, 33, 89, 93, 94, 98, 102, 126, 149, 156 Janet Ledford 54, 105, 121 Phyllis Ledford 62 Angela Lee 54, 100 Jackie Lee 54, 113 Mary Lee 63 Carolyn Leftwich 37, 100 Robert Leonard 54 Cam Lewis 54, 110 Clarencie Lewis 62 Jilda Lewis 38, 94, 100, 110 Betty Ann Liddle 55, 121 John Liddle 38, 95, 104, 105 Tony Lineback 55 Sandi Littleton 55, 98 Jane Loflen 55, 98 Frank Longest 1, 25, 38, 71, 95, 99, 102 Barbara Lovill 1, 49, 88, 93, 94, 102, 156 Gary Lovill 55, 105 Betty Lowe 49, 105 Joe Lowe 55, 116 Patricia Lyons 62, 100 Me Dwight McAlexander 55, 74, 105, 113 Irene McAtee 55, 98 Diane McBride 55, 100 Sarah McCann 55, 113 James McCloud 55 Shirley McCraw 38, 73, 96, 101, 109 Jo Ann McCreary 62, 100 Dale McDowell 55 Vickey McDowell 62, 100, 110 James McHone 62, 122 Linda McHone 55 Wanda McHone 49, 194, 108 Warren McHone 38, 95, 106 Diane McKinney 25, 38 Lena McKnight 25, 38, 46, 89, 94, 101, 102, 106, 110 Jane McMillian 49, 89, 94, 99, 110 Linda McMillian 62 Melvin McMillian 55 Bill McNeil 55, 113 Brenda McQueen 55 S 7nc ex M Carolyn Mabe 99, 149 Edith Marion 62 Kandy Marion 38, 42, 80, 94 Elbert Marion 55, 123 Ronnie Marion 62 Carol Marsh 55 Dale Marsh 26, 149 Don Marsh 49 Jane Marsh 155 Billy Dale Marshall 62 Detra Marshall 55, 98, 110 Larry Marshall 49 Glenn Martin 49 Tommy Martin 55 Carl Massey 55, 110 Eddie Massey 38, 110 Sandra Massey 62, 113, 127 Bonnye Matthews 62, 100, 110 Tommie Matthews 62, 100 Jackie Mears 62 Linda Mears 49 Freida Melton 62, 100, 101, 110 Nancy Merritt 1, 49, 92, 94, 102, 110, 126, 74, 75, 156 Susan Midkiff 55, 108 Wanda Miller 62, 100 Wanda Mobley 62, 100 Gary Monday 55 Gayle Monday 62, 100 Linda Monday 62 Cathy Moody 59, 92, 162 Lucky Moody 38, 81, 89, 95, 104, 105, 120 Jimmy Moore 49, 110 Laurie Moorefield 55, 76, 98 Martha Morris 49, 76, 94, 106,110,121 Larry Morrison 55 Phyllis Murphy 55 Charles Murray 62 N Beverly Neal 24, 55, 89, 98 Malinda Neal 55, 98 Tommy Neal 38, 95, 106 Mark Nichols 55, 116 Elly Nieuwenhuis 1, 55, 57, 66, 88, 93, 98, 106, 156 Rhonella Niston 62 Tommie Gail Nixon 49, 94, 110 Floyd Noah 38, 98 Lloyd Noah 38, 73, 98 Merikay Noah 59, 62 Geneva Norman 38 Dale Nunn 62 O Fred O’Neal 38, 77, 106, 110 Richard Owen 49, 95, 116 William Owen 55, 113 Dennis Owen 62 Dennis Owen 55 Jeanette Owens 55 Joyce Owens 62 P Philip Parsley 49 Jimmy Parker 62, 113 Terry Parker 55 Patsy Patterson 49, 94, 97, 98, 101 Sandra Patton 50, 94, 98, 102, 106, 110 Jo Ann Paul 50, 94 Mary Payne 55 William Payne 55 Phillip Pearson 38, 82, 95, 97, 99, 106 113 Ronnie Peale 55 Peggy Pender 50 George Pendergraft 23, 55 Morris Pendleton 59, 62 Linda Pennis 55, 100 Kathleen Peoples 50, 94, 99, 101, 110 Doyle Perdue 62 Tony Phillips 55, 98, 106, 110 Ray Poore 50 Jenny Porter 39, 94, 108 Jerry Porter 55 Mary Elizabeth Preddy 1, 4, 39, 42, 44 70, 71, 73, 77, 89, 92, 93, 94, 98, 102, 109, 110, 156 Mike Preddy 62, 124 Gary Pruitt 56, 116 Terry Pruitt 50, 104, 110, 116 Ann Puckett 39, 94, 100, 109 Frankie Puckett 50, 94 Harry Puckett 56, 98 Richard Puckett 39, 46, 95, 105 Sandra Puckett 56 Steve Puckett 56, 81, 116 Doris Pulliam 50, 107 Gary Pulliam 62, 106 Q Judy Quesenberry 50, 94, 110 Linda Quesinberry 50, 98 Suzanne Quesinberry 50, 101, 110 R Elizabeth Ramey 39, 100 Anne Reece 60, 62, 100 Linda Reed 62, 113, 127 Susan Rees 50, 77, 89, 94,103, 107 Charles Reeves 27, 39, 89 Edward Reeves 39 Roger Reeves 56 Gail Richard 39, 42, 44, 94, 102, 110, 113, 127 Wayne Richard 62 Barry Riddle 62 Dianne Riddle 62, 100 Roger Riggs 59, 62, 123 Nancy Ritchey 39 Jimmy Roberts 39, 77, 95, 105, 110 Burke Robertson 56 Kenny Robertson 62 Melvin Rogers 50, 95 Sylvia Rodriguez 62, 100 Quinton Rogers 39, 77 Winton Rogers 62 Bobbie Rose 62, 100 Marth Rowe 33, 56, 89, 98, 126 Becky Rule 1, 50, 92, 94, 99, 102, 156 Sammy Rule 56 S Judi Sabin 50, 94, 100, 110 Bruce Sammet 50, 76, 95, 98, 113 James Samuel 62, 100, 101 William Sawyers 62 154 Gerry Schafer 24, 29, 102, 104 Be Ann Schwab 57, 110 Larry Scott 62, 122 Margaret Scott 50, 94 Patricia Scott 62, 100 Thomas Scott 39, 95, 110 Elizabeth Sechrist 62 Bill Seigler 1, 23, 50, 93, 95, 97, 99, 156 Marsha Semones 56 Becky Semones 50, 94, 102, 106 Jean Sessoms 56, 110 Paul Shaw 62 Frances Shelton 36, 39, 45, 73, 94, 97, 98, 107 Linda Shelton 57 Mike Shelton 40, 77 Roger Shelton 56 Russell Shelton 56 Juanita Shockley 50, 94, 110 Jerry Shore 56, 98, 104 Dorothy Short 56 Eddie Short 40, 95 Virginia Short 56, 110 Charles Simmons 62, 118, 122 Dianne Simmons 50, 83, 94, 99, 106 Hilda Simmons 50, 94, 100, 110 J. D. Simmons 62, 101, 122, 123 Nancy Simmons 50, 81, 83, 89, 94, 102, 108, 110 Randall Simmons 56 Rodney Simmons 56, 106 Ruth Ellem Simmons 56, 98, 110 Tommy Simmons 62 Lannie Simmons 62 Alex Sink 62, 100 Patsy Slate 24, 56, 74, 75, 81, 110, 126 Sammy Slate 40, 110 Bettsee Smith 59, 62 Brenda Smith 62 Carolyn Smith 50, 94, 102, 107, 126 Don Smith 40, 45, 66, 77, 88, 89 Evelyn Smith 40, 106 Gail Smith 50, 108 Jimmy Smith 33, 62, 122 Kay Smith 62, 106 Martha Smith 100 Oscar Smith 40, 101, 95, 107 Ronnie Smith 62 Tony Smith 63 Helen Snydor 40 Marty Snyder 50, 94, 110 Linda Spane 50, 94, 106, 107, 110 Barbara Speight 56, 121 Jimmy Sprinkle 56, 76, 98, 110, 113 Billy Stanley 50 Stephen Stanley 40, 44, 46, 70, 73, 82, 89, 95, 99, 109 Bill Staples 56, 98, 102 Kay Starling 56 Linda Starling 62 Richard Starr 40, 95, 101, 106 Joanne Steel 56 Marjorie Stepp 56 Carol Stewart 59, 63 Pat Stewart 33, 66 Cyanuaa Still 51, 94, 97, 108, 110, 113, 121, 127 Cheryl Stone 51, 94, 98 Ellen Sumner 51, 94, 100, 110 Helen Sumner 51, 94, 100. 110 J. 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Sumner 26, 40, 45, 74, 95, 104, 116, 117, 120 Donald Surratt 56 Beverly Sutphin 56, 100 Kay Sutphin 40, 94 Charlotte Sykes 56, 98 T Billy Taylor 63, 122 Doug Taylor 63 Mike Taylor 56, 102, 110 Paula Terry 56, 89 Carol Tesh 51, 92, 108, 110, 121 Brenda Thomas 63 Peggy Thomas 51 George Thore 63 Bobby Tickle 51, 95, 99, 104, 116 Freddy Tickle 56 Glenda Tilley 56, 105 Leslie Tilley 63 Reggie Tilley 56, 113 Candy Toler 40, 70, 94, 110 Tony Trevathan 56, 98 Ruby Tucker 63, 100 Nancy Turpin 63, 110 Patsy Turpin 40, 100, 110 U Brenda Upchurch 63 Judy Utt 56, 98 Leonard Utt 51, 116 Wallace Utt 56 V Charles Vaughn 63 Jeffre Vaughn 63, 122 Shirley Vaughn 56 Gaye Vernon 51 June Vernon 56, 73 Tommy Vick 40 Bobby Vogler 51, 95 Nancy V ogler 56, 76, 113, 127 Ernest Voncannon 41 Jimmy Voncannon 41, 110 W Nancy Wagoner 63 Dianne Walker 98, 106 Emily Wallace 63 Willian Wallace 51, 95, 113 Gene Ward 56, 116 Genie Ware 22, 51, 94, 102 John Warren 57, 89, 98, 102 Mike Warren 63, 122 Anita Watson 41, 94, 107 Clyde Watson 63 Dale Watson 1, 26, 51, 77, 93, 156 Diane Watson 63 Becky Watts 41, 73, 83, 89, 94, 96, ] Carolyn Watts 51, 94, 110 Patty Webb 51, 89, 94, 97, 102, 109, 121 Libby Weddle 63 Phillip Welch 57, 123 Linda Weldon 57, 105, 113 George Wells 57, 105 Mary Wells 41, 100, 110 Alan Westmoreland 63, 122 Gary Westmoreland 51 Sharon Westmoreland 41, 94, 109 Lannie Whiteman 41 Nancy Whiteman 63 Linda Wilhite 63, 100 Sandra Wilhite 51, 94, 101. 109, 110 Gary Willard 57, 106 Shelia Willard 51. 89, 94, 102 Betty Jo Williams 57, 98 Edward Williams 57 Mike Williams 33, 51, 82, 89, 95, 97, 98, 104, 120 Greg Williamsons 63 , 113 Nancy Williamsons 57, 98 Phyllis Williamsons 63 R. 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