Myers Park High School - Mustang Yearbook (Charlotte, NC)
- Class of 1957
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We, the students ot
Myers Park High School
Charlotte, North Carolina
present to you the 1957
JANE PIERCE AHTHUH5, Editor...BILL MUNTCUMEHY, Business Manager...
CHARLES LUCAS, JH., Advertising Manager
Table ot Contents
SlX YEARS ASR A DREAM WAS BURN. As seventh graders there was the
newness of junior high life . . . admiration for the upperclassmen . . . ambition
to belong... desire to excel... and always the dream, beckoning. ln those early
years we followed the footsteps of others, scarcely aware that we were adding
our own to the trail of leaders . . . footfalls echoing, beating out a song for
our dream . . , forward: searching, seeking, striving. We dreamed together,
As we grew, Myers Park grew with us. The dream unfolded. Echoes of
footfalls . . . steadfast, achieving. New faces joined us, others left us. Halls rang
with laughter and, at times, echoed sadness. The campus changed with new
buildings added.. . our school won honors, recognition.
The dream became reality, the awe-stricken seventh graders now the self-
reliant seniors. It is an ending and a beginning. Here is the record of those
years . . . those dreams as . . . A
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To Une Who Ureametl ith U5
A bringer of new thingy . . .
. . . Spirit yearning in desire
To follow knowledge like d sinking mar,
Beyond the utmost bound of knnznn llaonglol . . .
To Urine, to Jeek, to jind, and not to yield.
"Ulysses," Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Gracious . . . giving , . . dedicated to teaching. We all love her . . .
yet she never cultivated, sought, or even expected that love. All she
desired was that we accept the challenge of learning . . . to strive . . .
Her dream was a vision of truth . . . that one cannot know fully
until he knows abundantly . . . that love for books and the knowledge
of other men opens the door for a greater love for life. She gave us her
dream when she ignited in us the first spark of intellectual enthusiasm . . .
without her our dream could never have been fulfilled.
We proudly dedicate our 1957 MUSTANG to Miss Evelyn Baker.
DR. JACK HORNER
DR. ELMER H. GARINGER '
Superintezzdenf of City Schoolr
To oUR ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF, Dr. Elmer H. Gar-
inger, Dr. jack Horner, Mr. Tom Braaten, Miss
Frances Gunter, and Mr. Porter Sheppard, we wish
to offer our heartfelt gratitude for the leadership
and guidance which you have contributed to our
educational adventure. Without your devotedness
and wisdom, the seniors' dream could not have been
To the faculty we wish to express appreciation for
the enthusiastic knowledge you have imparted to
us. It would take another book to recount the many
claims you have on our hearts, for through your
efforts our different futures have been shaped. At
times we may have seemed uncooperative and un-
gratefulg and it is only as graduation draws near
and another school year closes, that we more fully
realize the magnitude of our indebtedness to you.
MR THOMAS F. BRAATEN MISS FRANCES M. GUNTER MR. J. PORTER SIIEPPARD
A rfifmfzl Prifzripal Dem of Girlr Dean of Boyr
MR. JULIUS ABERNETI-IY
MISS MARTHA CABELL AKERS
MRS. EMMIE HAY ALEXANDER
Engliflo, Sofia! Studie:
MR. STUART BEAMON ALLEN
MISS ANNIE ANTHONY
MR. DONALD ETI-IERIDGE BAILEY
MISS LULA EVELYN BAKER
MR, GLENN R. BRIDGES
MR. G. LESLIE BROWNE
MISS JEAN R. CARMICHAEL
MISS IMOGENE CARTER
Efzglirb, Sofia! Smdiex
MRS. CATHARINIE DAWSON COX
MR. CARL G. N. CRONSTEDT
MRS. SUSIE W. DEVEREUX
MISS ROSE DUPREE
MR. ERNEST D. FEIMSTER
MRS. EDNA G. FLETCHER
MISS GORDON Q. FREEMAN
MRS. JEAN DEWITT GLASS
MISS BETTY JANE GODEREY
MRS. CLAUDE GRAY
English, Sofia! Studiex
MISS JANE ELIZABETH HARRISON
MR. JULIAN WILBUR HELMS
MR. HERSHALL RAY HUNT
MISS MARY LOU JONES
MISS SARA ADDIE JONES
Erzglixb, Sofia! Sludiex
MISS OMA CLAIRE LAFFERTY
MRs. BETTY T. LANCASTER
Frenrb, Spfznifh, Engliffa
MR. ROBERT W. LANCASTER
MR. ROBERT WAYNE LEITH
MRS. JANEY LYERLY
MRs. HELEN L. MACON
MR. THEODORE P. MATUS
MR. HOYT MCCACHREN
MRs. MARGARET F. MCKEEL
EngliJlJ, Social Sludief
MRs. DOROTHY I. MESSERLY
MISS WINNIE DAVIS MOORE
MR. JOI-IN DANIEL MOOsE, JR.
MISS MARGARET MACDOWELL NEWLAND
MR. EDWARD F. OLECI-IOvsKY
MISS JEAN LENORA PHIFER
MRs. RAMONA POTTER
MR. GEORGE PARKER POWELL
MR. AUGUSTUS B. PURCELL
MISS JESSIE RANKIN
American H iffory
MISS PATSY LEE SIFFORD
Eng!ifb, Sofia! Sflldiff, Civirf
MR. JACK H. SINK
Eizgliih, S aria! Studie:
MR. FRED SITTON
Pizblir Speakiizg, Dramafiff
MISS BETTY WILLIAMS SMITH
. E1zg!iIb, Piyrhology
MR. GRAHAM W. SOMERS
Miss PAULINE SPRINKLE
MISS EVANGELINE STEWART
Typing, Biuinefx Efliffafion
MISS ALICE FRANCES STOKES
Eng!iJh, Sofia! Slzzdier, Ameriraiz History
MISS KATHERINE STUCKEY
MRS. HARRIETT TAYLOR
MISS SALLIE M. THOMAS
MR. R. G. THROWER
MISS ANNE ALPHIN TURPIN
MR. LEWIS A. WARWICK
MRS. IRENE L. WRIGHT
MR. MATTHEW E. BREEDEN
MISS MARILOU GOWER
MRS. ALMA MCCRACKEN
MISS MARY PARSONS
Pa ge N iiieleen
Olftlf' CKULMQ5 . . .
A moving panorama of faces, events, and emotions . . . the teacher
among them, behind them, above them . . . watching, encouraging, giving.
She sympathizes with the tremulous seventh graders when they
first behold the maze of corridors, the many buildings, the upperclassmen
--all so much taller.
She helps the eighth graders . . . still confused, but learning fast . . .
a bit spirited now with their new age and wisdom.
She knows a feeling of pride when her ninth graders acquire a title-
Freshmen . . . and with it a sense of responsibility . . . the air of leadership
She counsels the Sophomores, looking with their first real interest
toward the future . . . the time has come for them to prove themselves.
She works with the Juniors in their struggle to realize the seriousness
of high school and what it means to them . . . to find the proper balance
between the new and exciting extra-curricular and the suddenly important
studying . . . to become seniors in the "best class yet!',
She lives again the torn emotions of the Seniors . . . facing eagerly,
yet half fearfully, an entirely diferent life . . . almost dreading to
leave Myers Park which they have come to love so, yet anticipating the
new life that beckons . . . eagerly awaiting Graduation . . . as
7554 5 .1 ,,
Senior Class . . . 15157
The Big Four
CHARLES WATERS . . . ............. ...... P reridew
PAT GREGORY . . .
LETA KENDALL ....
BILL STEPHENSON . . .
MOMEN'I'S TO REMEMBER - every moment in the
senior year is a moment to remember. Those now
far away football games . . . Pat and the Shrine
Bowl game . . . Mary Dale and that crazy car . . .
the plays . . . Betsy and the newspaper . special
recognitions . . . and even old Billy, always figuring
out ways to save the class's money. Who will ever
. . .Vice-Prerident
. . . .Secretary
. . . .Treurm'e1'
forget the Junior-Senior . . . pretty faces like Mary
Hunter's . . . friends like Joe and Ken . . . or the
hnal step - Graduation. Underclassman, we leave
to you Myers Park, whose walls will forever ring
with our laughter - a place of honor, a place of
glory, a place where part of our hearts will ever be.
Ann Ross Abbey
Entered 513 Mustang 103 MyerSpark 11, 123 French Club 11, 123
Cheer Club 123 Girl Ambassadors 11, 123 Bible Club 103 Y-Teen
10, ll, 123 G.A.A. 123 Limelighters 10, 123 School Spirit Committee
10, 11, 12: Citizenship Committee 11, 12.
Mary Ann Adams
Entered 54: Bible Club 10, 113 Y-Teen 10, 11, 123 G.A.A. 12.
Sally Kerfoot Adams
Entered 513 French Club 11, 123 Bible Club 10, 113 Y-Teen 10, 122
G.A.A. 123 Public Relations Committee 12: Letter Girl 12.
Eleanor Jean Allen
Entered 512 Mustang 103 Myerspark 103 Girl Ambassadors 11, 123
Junior Marshal 113 Cheer Club 123 Bible Club 103 113 Y-Teen 10:
G.A,A. 123 Cheerleader 10, 11, Head 123 School Spirit Committee
123 Dance Committee 12.
Florence Scheirich Anderson
Entered 51g French Club 123 Cheer Club 12: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12.
jane Pierce Arthurs
Entered 513 Homeroom Oflicer 103 Mustang 10, 11, Editor 123
French Club 10Q Spanish Club 11, 123 Bible Club 103 G.A.A. 122
Cheer Club 12: Y-Teen 10, 11, 123 School Spirit Committee 123
Citizenship Committee 11, 123 Swimming 11.
William Herbert Ashendorf
Entered 513 Student Council 123 Monogram Club 11, 123 Key
Club 11, 12: Spanish Club 11, 123 Athletic Committee 10, 11,
Chairman 123 Basketball 10, 11, 12.
Entered 55: Spanish Club 123 Y-Teen 123 Limelighters 123 Senior
High Chorus 11.
Judith Woods Atkins
Entered 543 Student Council 10, 123 Homeroom Ofhcer 11Q
Mustang 123 French Club 11, 123 Cheer Club 123 Bible Club 10, 113
Y-Teen 10, 11, 123 G.A.A. 123 Citizenship Committee 123 Club
Committee 123 Swimming 123 School Spirit Committee 123 Honor
Society 123 Homecoming Attendant 12.
Cecil Percy Balderson, jr.
Entered 513 Student Council 123 Monogram Club 10, 11, 12: Junior
Marshal 113 Cheer Club 123 Engineers' Club 123 School Spirit
Committee 123 Baseball 10, 11, 12.
Judith Ann Bamberger
Entered 51: French Club 11, 123 Y-Teen 10, 113 G.A.A. 123 School
Spirit Committee 123 Honor Society 12.
joe Wilson Barefoot
Entered 513 French Club 10, 11, 123 Cheer Club 123 Boys' Glee
Club 103 Swimming 12.
Beverly Earl Barksdale, III
Entered 51: Honieroom Officer 11: Spanish Club 11, 12: Athletic
Committee 10, 11, 12: Basketball 10, 11, 12: Mustang 11, 12.
Edith May Bell
Entered 51: Latin Club 113 Y-Teen 103 F.H,A, 12.
Thomas Warring Best
Entered 513 Horneroorn Oiiicer 11, 121 lVInnog'ram Club 11, 12:
Junior Marshal 113 Spanish Club 11, 12: Latin Club, President 10:
Honor Society 11, 12: Engineers' Club 11, 123 Track 10, 11, 12,
Cleone Irene Blair
Entered 51: Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 12: Mustang 10, 11, Fea-
ture Editor 12: Spanish Club 10: Cheer Club 123 Bible Club 10, 11:
Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: G.A.A. 123 Basketball 12.
Phyllis Rae Blankenship
Entered 52: Student Council 11: Mustang 10: French Club 11, 12:
Latin Club 10: Cheer Club 123 Girl Ambassadors 123 Bible Club
10, 113 Y-Teen 10, 11, President 12: G.A.A. l2Q School Spirit
Committee 12: Citizenship Committee 12.
Patricia Rae Blanton
Entered 56: Homeroom Oilticer 12: F.H.A. 12: Y-Teen 12.
john Rich Boles
Entered 56: Mustang 12: Cross-Country, Captain 12: XVrestling
12: Monogram Club 12.
Margaret Ann Bostick
Entered 51: Homeroom Officer 12: Spanish Club 10, 11, 12:
French Club 11, 123 G.A.A. 12.
Elizabeth Anne Boston
Entered 51: Homeroom Oiiicer 10, 11: Spanish Club 11, 123 Cheer
Club 12: Girl Ambassadors 10, 11, 12: Bible Club 10, Treasurer 11:
Y-Teen 10: G,A.A. 10, 11, 12: Senior High Chorus 10, 12: Basket-
ball 10, 12, Captain 11: School Spirit Committee 11: Dance Com-
Elizabeth Olney Bowen
Entered 51: Spanish Club 11, IZ: Latin Club 10: Cheer Club 12:
Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: G,A,A. 10, 11, President 123 School Spirit
Committee 12: Swimming' 10: Tennis 10, 11, 12,
Elizabeth Gibson Bradford
Entered 51: Mustang 123 French Club 11, 12: Bible Club 10, 115
Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: G.A.A. 12: Limelighters 12: School Spirit
Committee 11: Citizenship Committee 12: Dance Committee 12:
Susan Margaret Bretholl
Entered 56: Limelighters 12.
Our passport to the future.
Weimdy Ann Brol-:hoff
Entert-il 555 Honieroom Officer 125 Spanish Club 121 Cheer Club
125 School Spirit Committee 12.
Helen Katharine Bromeling
Entered 555 French Club 11, 125 Y-Teen 11, 125 Senior High
Chorus 125 F.T.A. 12.
Joan Gertrude Brooks
Voris Glenn Brookshire, jr.
Entered 515 French Club 11, 125 Band 10, 11, 125 Uri'-hestrn
10, 11, 125 'I'rafEc Committee 11, 125 Cross-Country 10, 115 All
State Orchestra 11.
joe Gray Brunson
Entered 545 Cheer Club 12,
Burton Frederick Buchan, jr.
Entered 545 Homeroom Officer 11, 125 Junior Marshal 115 Latin
Club 115 Honor Society 11, 125 Engineers' Club, Treasurer 11,
President 125 Radio Club 10, 115 School Spirit Committee 125
Harvard Book Award 11.
Anne Marie Calhoun
Entered 555 Y-Teen 11.
Margaret Ann Carpenter
Entered 515 Homeroom Omcer 105 Mustang, Girls' Sports Editor
125 Junior Marshal 115 Latin Club, Treasurer 10: Cheer Club 125
Girl Ambassadors 10, 11, 125 Honor Society, Vicee-Presicltent 11, 125
Bible- Club 10, 115 Y-Teen 10: G.A.A. 105 Clubs Committee 125
Basketball 10, 115 French Club 11, 12.
Albert Heath Carrier, III
Entered 515 Boys' Glee Club 115 Enttineers' Club 125 Track 12.
Allan Heath Cash, Jr.
Ente-reml 545 Spanish Club 115 Band 10, 11, 125 Orchestra 1.1, 125
All State Orchestra 11.
Entered 515 F11-i1c'l1 Club 125 Latin Club 11, 125 Senior High
Chorus 10, 11, 125 I1'.T.A, 11, 12.
Entered 525 Spanish Club 125 Cheer Club 125 Senior Higrh Chorus
11, 12: Boys' Glee Club 11, 125 XVrestling 115 Tennis 11, 125 Foot-
ball 10, 115 School Spirit Committee 125 Citizenship Committee
125 Athletic Committee 12.
"We'lI be too excited to eat!"
Marilyn Davis Connor
Entered 51: Student Council 11, 12: Homeroom Officer 10: Class
Secretary 11: Cheer Club, President 12: Y-Teen 10, 11, Treasurer
12: School Spirit Committee, Chairman 12: Citizenship Com-
mittee 1l, 12: Dance Committee 11: American Field Service
Mary Virginia Cook
Entered 51: Mustang 10: Cheer Club 12: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12.
Mary Katherine Cotter
Entered 51: French Club 11, 12: Latin Club 10, 11, 12: Cheer
Club 12: Bible Club 11: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: G.A.A. 10, 11, 12:
Swimming 10: F.H.A, 12.
Anne Lawton Cowan
Entered 51: Homeroom Officer 12: French Club 11, 12: Latin
Club 10: Cheer Club 12: Girl Ambassadors 11, 12: Y-Teen 10, 11,
12: G.A.A. 10, 11, 12: Limelighters 12: School Spirit Committee 12:
Swimming' 10: Tennis 10, 12.
Marjorie Ellen Cowell
Entered 51: Homeroom Oiiicer 10, 12: Myerspark 11, 12: Spanish
Club 10, 11, Treasurer 12: Cheer Club 12: Bible Club 10, 11:
Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: Letter Girl 12: Public Relations Committee 11:
School Spirit Committee 11, 12: Citizenship Committee 11, 12:
G.A.A, 12: F.H.A., President 12.
Mary Blenn Cox
Entered 52: French Club 11, 12: Horneroom Officer 10: Latin
Club, Secretary 10: Bible Club 10, 11: Senior High Chorus 10:
Public: Relations Committee 12.
Mary Rutledge Crayton
Entered 55: Homeroom Oflicer 11: Bible Club 11: Y-Teen 12:
G.A.A. 12: Limelighters 11, 12.
David Capps Creech
Entered 55: Homeroom Oflicer 12: Monogram Club 11, 12: Key
Club 11, 12: Latin Club 11, President, North Carolina Classical
League 11: Cheer Club 12: Senior High Chorus 11, 12: Boys' Glee
Club 11, 12: Track 11, 12: Football 12,
Mary Allison Dale
Entered 55: Mustang 12: French Club 11, 12: Cheer Club 12:
Bible Club 11: Y-Teen 11, 12: G.A.A. 12: Limelighters 11, 12:
Citizenship Committee 12: Dance Committee 12: Swimming' 11, 12.
James William Dellinger
Entered 54: French Club 11: Bible Club 10, 11: Senior High
Chorus 11, Boys' Glee Club 11: Traffic Committee 12.
Ann Elizabeth Dillard
Entered 51: Student Council 12: Mustang 10: Spanish Club 11, 12:
Latin Club 10: Bible Club 10: Cheer Club 12: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12:
Limelighters 10, 12: School Spirit Committee 12: Citizenship
Jean Reynolds Dillard
Entered 54: Student Council 12: Homeroom Officer 10: Mustang
10. 11: Spanish Club 10, 11, President 12: Bible Club 10, 11: Public
Relations Committee 10, 11, Co-Chairman 12: Citizenship Com-
mi tee 1 .
"Let's have a party !"
Morrison Wenceslaus Divine, III
Entered 565 Homeroom Officer 125 Golf 125 Football 12.
julia Akin Doar
Entered 515 Homeroom Officer 10, 115 MyerSpark 11, Class
Editor 125 Swimming 11, 125 French Club 105 Cheer Club 125
Girl Ambassadors 10, 11, 125 Y-Teen 10, 11, 125 G.A.A. 10, 11, 125
Citizenship Committee 12.
Roger Alan Driscoll
Entered 515 Myerspark 115 Latin Club 115 Football 11, 125 Mono-
gram Club 12.
George Franklin Dunn
Barbara Lee Edwards
Entered 515 Homeroom Omcer 10: Mustang 102 French Club 10:
Bible Club 105 Y-Teen 10, ll, 125 G.A.A. 125 Limelighters 125
Citizenship Committee 12.
Jean Carole Edwards
Entered 515 Spanish Club 10, 115 Cheer Club 125 Bible Club 115
Y-Teen 10, 11, 125 Senior High Chorus 115 School Spirit Com-
mittee 125 G.A.A. 125 F.H.A. 12.
Gail Frances Emory
Entered 555 Bible Club 115 Y-Teen 115 Citizenship Committee 12.
Carolyn Augusta Escott
Entered 545 Latin Club 115 Cheer Club 125 Bible Club 10, 115
Y-Teen 10, 115 Limelighters 125 Palateers 10.
Donald Grier Faires
Entered 515 C.A.P. 10, Flight Leader 11, Cadet Commander 12.
Entered 515 Homeruom Officer 105 Class Sevretary 105 Mustang,
Assistant Editor 115 Junior Marshal 115 Girl Ambassadors 10,
Treasurer 11, President 125 Y-Teen, President 105 Senior High
Steven Alan Firestone
Beverly Ann Foard
Entered 515 MyerSpark 105 French Club 11, 125 Latin Club 10,
11, 125 Cheer Club 125 Bible Club 115 Y-Teen 10, 11, 125 G.A.A.
10, 11, 125 Public Relations Committee 125 School Spirit Com-
mittee 125 Citizenship Committee 125 Swimming 105 F.H.A. 12.
Mr. Creech? . . . Mr. Herbert? . . . Dr. Brockhoff?
Beverly Bolling Foster
Entvrefl 51: Front-li Club 11, 12: Latin Club 11, 12: Cheer Club
12: School Spirit Committee 11: Citizenship Committee 12:
Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: G.A.A. 12: F.T.A. 12: Bible Club 11.
Bruce Goodson Freeman, jr.
Entered 51: Latin Club 11.
Ann Shelton Frost
Entererl 51: Home-room Ofhcer ll: Spanish Cluh 10, 12: Cheer
Club 12: Bible Club 10, 11: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: G.A.A. 12: School
Spirit Committee 12.
Richard Vernon Fuller
Ed Givens Gallagher
Entered 51: Student Council 11: Monogram Club 10, 11, 12:
Junior Marshal 11: Bible Club 10, 11: Senior High Chorus 11:
Boys' Glee Club 11: Baseball 11: Track 10, 11, 12: Football
10, 11, 12.
Douglas Gordon Galvin
Entorcrl 51: Monogram Club 11, 12: Spanish Club 12: Cross-
Cuuntry 11: Basketball 10, 11, 12: Athletic Committee 11, 12.
Mary Lynn Gardner
Entered 51: Bible Club 10, 11: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: Dance Come
mittee 12: Spanish Club 12: School Spirit Committee 12.
Robert Van Cleve Giersch
Entered 51: Homeroom Oflicer 12: Monogram Club 12: Cheer
Club, Secretary 12: Llmelighters 11, 12: School Spirit Committee
12: Swimming 11, 12,
Catherine Stuart Gilchrist
Entered 51: Homeroom Ofticer 10, 12: Mustang 10, 12: French
Club 11, 12: Latin Club 10: Cheer Club 12: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12:
G.A.A. 12: School Spirit Committee 11, 12: Citizenship Commit-
tee 12: Bible Club 10, 11.
Patrick Augustus Givens
Entered 714: Monogram Club 12: Spanish Club 12: Track 11, 12:
Margaret Anne Goldsborough
Entert-il 51: Student Council 10, 11, 12: Mustang 11: MyerSpark
ll, Feature Editor 12: Junior Marshal 11: Spanish Club 11, 12:
Cheer Club 12: Girl Ambassadors 11, 12: Bible Club 10, 11: Y-Teen
10, 12, Secretary 11: Public Relations Committee 10: School
Spirit Committee 12, Chairman 11: Citizenship Committee 11,
Dorothy Berryman Graham
lrlntr-roll 51: French Club 11, 12: Latin Club 11: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12:
"Let's send them to all our richest relatives."
William Allan Gravely
Entered 515 Student Council 125 Latin Club 115 Boys' State 115
Band 10, 11, 12: School Spirit Committee 11: Tratlic Committee
11, Chairman 12: Basketball 115 Limelighters 12.
janet Phyllis Graven
Entered 525 Spanish Club 10, 11, Vice-President 12: Y-Teen 105
G.A.A. 125 School Spirit Committee 12.
Ellen Hollingsworth Graves
Entered 515 French Club 11, 125 Y-Teen 125 Cheer Club 125
james Patrick Gregory
Entered 515 Student Council 10, 115 Homeroom Officer 11, 125
Class Vice-President 125 Engineers' Club 11, 12: Monogram Club
10, 11, President 12: Junior Marshal 115 Key Club 10, 11, Secre-
tary 125 Athletic Committee 10, Chairman 115 lVrestlin,eg 11, 125
Track 10, 11, 125 Football 10, 11, Captain 12.
Robert Louis Grossman
Entered 555 Homeroom Omcer 125 Monogram Club 125 Cheer
Club 12: Engineers' Club 125 Athletic Committee 125 Swimming'
11,125 Tennis 11, 12.
Thomas Connally Guerranr, III
Entered 545 Monogram Club 125 Band 10, 115 Orchestra 115 Engi-
neers' Club 125 Traflic Committee 115 Dance Committee 125
Swimming 11, 12.
jan Herbert Guettler
Entered 565 Football 125 American Field Service Representative
125 Key Club 12.
Val John Guthery, III
Entered 525 Hnmeroom Officer 12: Mustang 125 Myer-Spark,
Circulation Manager 115 Monogram Club 11, 125 Cheer Club 125
Bible Club 115 Engineers' Club 125 School Spirit Committee
11, 12: Citizenship Committee 125 Dance Committee 11, 125 Track
10, 11, 12.
Nancy Farrow Hall
Entered 51: Homeroom Oflicer 125 Spanish Club 11, 125 Latin
Club 105 Cheer Club 125 Y-Teen 10, 11, 125 G.A.A, 11, 125 Lime-
lighters 115 Swimming' 11, 12.
Helen Marie Harris
Entered 515 Mustang 105 French Club ll, 125 Latin Club 105 Cheer
Club 125 Bible Club 10, 11: Y-Teen 10, 11, 125 Citizenship Com-
Judith Ailene Harris
Entered 515 Student Council, Vice-President 125 Homeroom
Ofiicer 10, 115 Mustang 10, 115 Chief Junior Marshal 115 French
Club 105 Girl Ambassadors 11, 125 Bible Club 10, Vice-President,
Secretary 115 Y-Teen 10, 12, President 115 Cheerleader 11, 125
Honor Society 12.
Jeannette Winsten Harrison
Entered 515 Latin Club 11, 125 Cheer Club 125 Y-Teen 10, ll, 125
Limelighters 11, President 12.
"After this, what?"
Harry McAden Hawkins
Entered 515 French Club 115 Cheer Club 125 Bible Club 115
Citizenship Committee 125 'Track 125 Basketball 10, 115 VVrestling
125 Monogram Club 12.
Jacqueline Elizabeth Helin
Entered 555 Student Council 11, 125 Mustang 11, 125 Spanish Club
105 Cheer Club 125 Y-Teen 10, 11, 125 Public Relations Committee
125 School Spirit Committee 125 Honor Society 12.
Gladys Jeanne Helms
Entered 515 Mustang 125 French Club 125 Cheer Club 125 Y-Teen
10, 11, 125 G.A.A. 11, 125 Senior High Chorus 105 Citizenship
Committee 125 Swimming ll, 12.
Nancy Eugenia Hemphill
Entered 515 Student Council 105 I-Iomeroom Officer 10, 125
Mustang 10, 11, Assistant Activities Editor 125 Spanish Club
10, 11, 125 Cheer Club 125 Bible Club 10, 115 Y-Teen 10, 11, 125
Limelighters 105 Public Relations Committee 10, 11, 125 School
Spirit Committee 10, ll, 125 Citizenship Committee ll, 125 Dance
Elizabeth Rose Herbert
Entered 525 Mustang 105 MyerSpark ll, News Editor 125 French
Club 11, Treasurer 125 Girl Ambassadors ll, Vice-President 125
Bible Club 105 Y-Teen 11, 12, Vice-President 105 G.A.A. 10, 125
Band 10, 11, 125 F.T.A. 125 Public Relations Committee 115 School
Spirit Committee 125 Citizenship Committee 11, 125 Swimming 12.
Entered 545 Spanish Club 115 Cheer Club 125 Bible Club 11, 125
Y-Teen 11, 12.
Ann Marie Hirth
Martha Gaile Holder
Entered 515 Cheer Club 125 Y-Teen 10, 11, 125 Limelighters 12.
.Io Anne Huff
Entered 555 MyerSpark 115 Spanish Club 125 Cheer Club 125 Honor
Society 11, 125 Bible Club 115 Y-Teen 11, 125 G.A.A, 125 School
Spirit Committee 12.
Susan Victoria Hull
Entered 515 Student Council 125 Homeroom Ofilcer 105 Mustang
10: MyerSpark, Copy Editor 115 French Club 10, 11, 125 Cheer
Club 125 Girl Ambassadors 10, 11, 125 Honor Society 11, 125 Bible
Club 10, 115 Y-Teen 10, 11, 125 Limelighters 125 School Spirit
Committee 10, ll, 125 Citizenship Committee 125 Clubs Com-
mittiZ125 G.A.A. 125 VVinner of "I Speak for Democracy" Con-
Ronald Stephen Hulse, jr.
Entered 515 Monogram Club 10, 11, 125 Basketball 10, 115 Football
10, 1 .
Elizabeth Bomar Hunt
Entered 515 Student Council 10, 115 Class Vice-President 115
Cheer Club 125 Bible Club 10, 115 Y-Teen 10, 11, 125 G.A.A.
10, ll, 125 Letter Girl 125 Citizenship Committee 115 Dance
Committee 11, 12: Swimming' 10, 125 Basketball 10, 11, 125 Home-
coming Attendant 10, 11.
Washington? . . . New York? . . . or both?
Cynthia Arm Hyatt
Entered 51: Homeroom Omeer 10, 11: MyerSpark 10, Advertising
Manager 11, Business Manager 12: Spanish Club 12: Latin Club
10: Cheer Club 12: Girl Ambassadors 11, 12: Y-Teen 11, 12:
G.A.A. 12: Limeli,e,'hters 10, 11, 12: F.T,A. ll, 12: Quill 8: Scroll
11, 12: Public Relations Committee 11, 12: Ss-hool Spirit Com-
mittee 11, 12: Citizenship Committee 11, 12,
Marjorie Anne Jammer
Entered 53: Homeroom Omeer 11: Mustang 10: MyerSpark 11:
French Club 11: Latin Club 10: Cheer Club 12: Bible Club 10:
Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: G.A.A, 12: Limeli,s:'liters 10: School Spirit
Committee 12: Citizenship Committee 12: Swimming' 12: Honor
Frances Catherine Jerman .
Entered 51: Mustang 11, 12: French Club 11, 12: Latin Club 10:
Cheer Club 12: Bible Club 10, 11: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: G.A.A. 10, 12:
Danee Committee 12: Swimming 12: Basketball 10.
Robert Randolph Jewell
Entered 52: Cheer Club 12: Bible Club 10, 11: Senior High Chorus
10, 12: Band 10: School Spirit Committee 12: Traliit' Committee
11: Danr-e Committee 11: Basketball 10, 11, 12.
john Phillips Little Johnston
Entered 51: Monogram Club 10, 11, 12: Latin Club 11: Bible Club
10, 11: Track 10, 11, 12: Basketball 10, 11.
Harry Kirby jones
Entered 51: Home-room Officer 10, 11, 12: Monogram Club 11, 12:
Key Club 11, 12: French Club 10: Bible Club 11: Citizenship
Committee 12: Cross-Country 11: Basketball 10, 11, 12: Most
Valuable Player GCAA Tournament 11.
May Wells Jones
Entered 54: Mustang 11, 12: French Club 11, 12: Latin Club 10:
Cheer Club 12: Girl Ambassadors 12: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: G,A.A.
12: Limelighters 10, 11, 12: Public Relations Committee 12:
Citizenship Committee 11, 12.
Janet Marie jordan
Entered 52: French Club 10, 11, 12: Cheer Club 12: Girl Am-
bassadors 11, 12: Honor Society 12, Treasurer 11: Bible Club 10:
Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: Band 10, 11, 12: Public Relations Com-
Allen Yat Foon .lung
Lewis Edward Kale, Jr.
Entered 515 Cheer Club 12.
David Allen Kaleel
"Myers Park has given so much-how can we repay the debt?"
Eddie Ann Kelly
Entered 54: Mustang, Assistant Girls' Sports Editor 11: Cheer
Club 12: Bible Club 10, 11: G..-LA. 10, 12: Band 11, 12: F.'I'.A.
'l'1'easu1'er 11, President 12: Public Relations Committee 11, 12:
School Spirit Committee 12: Tennis 10, 12: Basketball 10, 12.
Leta Lynn Kendall
Entered 31: Student Counc-il 11: Class Secretary 12: Mustang 11:
French Club 11: Latin Club 10: Cheer Club 12: Bible Club 10, 11:
Y-Teen 10, 11, Secretory 12: Limelighters 12: School Spirit Com-
mittee 12: Citizenship Committee 11, 12: Miss-Hi-Miss 12.
John Lowry Kennedy
Entered 54: Limelighters 12: Band 10, 11, 12.
Mary Hunter Kennedy
Entered 51: Student Council 12: Mustang, 10, Assistant Features
Editor 11, Activities Editor 12: Junior Marshal 11: Girl Am-
bassadors 10, 11, 12: Honor Society 11, 12: Bible Club 10, 112
Y-Teen 10: G.A.A. 10, 12: Cheerleader 11, 12: School Spirit
Committee 12: Clubs Committee, Chairman 12: Basketball 10,
Cheer Club 12.
Warren Cleveland Kennedy
Entered 52: Myerspark 12: Track 11.
Emma Lista Kirkman
Entered 54: French Club 10, 11: Cheer Club 12: Bible Club 10, 11:
Y-Teen 10, 11: Senior High Chorus 11, 12.
Robert M. Kirkpatrick
Entered 55: C.A.P. 11: Football 11.
Rudolph George Kugler, jr.
Entered 54: Homeroom Onieer 11: Mustan , Photographer 10,
11, 12: Myerspark, Photographer 10, 11, 12: Key Club 11, 122
Spanish Club 10, 11, 12: Cheer Club 12: Bible Club 10, 11: Engle
neers' Club 12: C.A.P. 10: School Spirit Committee 12: Citizenship
Committee 12: Tennis 10, 11, 12.
Anita Kay LaFerney
Entered 50: Y-Tr-en 12: G.A.A. 12: F.'l'.A. 12: Swimming 12:
F,H.A. 12: Honor Soc-iety 12.
joseph Finley Lee, jr.
Entered 54: Home-room Ofnc-er 10, 12: Mustang 11: Monogram
Club 10, 11, 12: Junior Marshal 11: Key Club 10, 11, 12: Latin
Club 11: Boys' State 11: Cheer Club 12: Bible Club 10: Citizenship
Cotnnilttt-1: 10: Alhletit- Committee 12: Tennis 10, 11, 12.
Dennis Frank Leffler
Entered 555 Monogrztm Club 11, 12: En,':,fineers' Club 12: Swirn-
mins 11, 1.
Dorothy Waddell Leggett
Entered 5-1: Y-Teen 10, 12: Limelieghters 10, 12.
CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE
"Pomp and Circumsl'ance" . . . pride . . . the turning of the ring.
Samuel Oakes Lindeman
Entered 515 Football Trainer 11.
Dorcas Eileen Lineberger
Entered 515 French Club 11, 125 Cheer Club 125 Y-Teen 10, 11,
125 G,A.A. 10, 11, 125 F.T.A. 12, Secretary 115 Basketball 10, 125
Tennis 105 F,H.A., Treasurer 12.
Anne Crawford Sadler Lipscomb
Entered 515 French Club 10, 11, President 125 Bible Club 115
Y-Teen 105 Limelighters 125 G.A.A. 12.
Lynnsday Lee Logue
Entered 555 Mustang 125 Latin Club 115 Cheer Club 125 Y-Teen
11, 125 G.A.A. 125 Limelighters 125 Tennis 125 School Spirit Com-
Ralph Dennis Long
Entered 545 French Club 11, 12.
James Vaughn Loven
Entered 555 Senior High Chorus 125 Boys' Glee Club 11, 125
Traffic Committee 125 'Track 11, 12.
Dean Powell Lowe
Entered 565 Student Council 12.
Catharine Maner Lucas
Entered 525 Mustang, Assistant Art Editor 11, Art Editor 125
MyerSpar-k 11, Art Editor 125 French Club 125 Cheer Club 125
Girl Ambassadors 11, 125 Y-Teen 10, 115 Limelighters 115 Pala-
teers, Secretary 105 Public Relations Committee 115 School Spirit
Committee 115 Citizenship Committee 10, 11.
Charles Craft Lucas, jr.
Entered 515 Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 125 Mustang, Advertising
Manager 125 Junior Marshal 115 French Club 11, 125 Cheer Club,
Vice-President 125 Senior High Chorus 11, 125 Boys' Glee Club
11, 125 School Spirit Committee 10, 11, 125 Dance Committee 115
Honor Society 125 Key Club 12.
Frank Claude Malcolm
jane Louise Manson
Entered 545 Student Council 125 Bible Club 10, 115 Y-Teen 10,
1.1, 125 G.A.A. 125 Swimming 12.
Sallie Josephine Marcotte
Entered 515 Mustang 10, 125 French Club 11, 125 Latin Club 105
Cheer Club 125 Y-Teen 10, 11, 125 G,A.A. 125 Limelighters 105
Public Relations Committee 11, 125 School Spirit Committee 125
Citizenship Committee 12.
Football players' choice.
Vonnette Abbie Massey
Entered 56: Cheer Club 12: Y-Teen 12: Limelighters 12: Senior
High Chorus 12.
Mary Lee Mathis
Entered 51: French Club 11, 12: Bible Club 11: Y-Teen 10, 12:
G.A.A. 10, 11, 12: Orchestra 10, 11, 12: F.T.A. 10, 11, 12: F.H.A.
12: Tennis 11, 12.
Judith Ann Mathews
Entered 51: Spanish Club 12: Bible Club 10, 11: Y-Teen 10, 11.
Martha jean Mauldin
Entered 51: Mustang 11, Class Editor 12: Cheer Club 12: Y-Teen
10, 11, 12: Limelighters 12: Public Relations Committee 12:
School Spirit Committee 12: F.H.A. 12.
john Franklin McAu1ey
Entered 51: Key Club 11, 12: French Club 10, 11: Engineers'
Club 11, 12: Track 10: Cross-Country 10, 11.
Entered 51: Mustang 12: Bible Club 10, 11: Y-Teen 10, 11: G,A.A.
12: Letter Girl 12: Public Relations Committee 12.
Mary Lee McClung
Entered 53: Spanish Club 11: Latin Club 11: Bible Club 11:
G.A.A. 11, 12: Senior High Chorus 11: F.T.A. 12: Swimming' 12.
john Edward McCullough
Edgar Myers McGee
Entered 51: Homeroom Oificer 11, 12: French Club 11, 12: Bible
Club 11: Cheer Club, Treasurer 12: Limelighters 11, Vice'
President 12: School Spirit Committee 11, 12.
Leighton Edward McGinn
Entered 51: Student Council 10: Homeroom Oflic-ei' 11, 12:
Mustang 11, Boys' Sports Editor 12: Key Club 10, 11, 12: Mono-
gram Club 10, 11, Secretary 12: French Club 10, 11: Bible Club
10, 11: Engineers' Club 12: Citizenship Committee 10: Dance
Committee 11, 12: Baseball 10, 11, 12: Basketball 10, 11: Football
10, 11, 12.
Barbara Ann McMillan ,
Donald Drake McNeill, jr.
Entered 54: Key Club 11, 12: Spanish Club 11, 12: Latin Club 10:
Boys' State 11: Cheer Club 12: Engineers' Club 10, 11, Treasurer
12: Radio Club 12: School Spirit Committee 11: Citizenship Com'
mittee 12: House and Grounds Committee 10: Swimming 11:
Track 10, 11, 12: Cross-Country 10, 11.
School spirit undampened.
Mary Moore Meacham
Entered 555 Spanish Club 125 Cheer Club 125 Y-Teen 125 G.A.A,
125 School Spirit Committee 125 Swimming 125 Tennis 12.
Patrick Bond Michael
Jo Anne Miller
Entered 515 Homeroom Officer 125 Mustang 12: French Club 125
Cheer Club 125 Girl Ambassadors 11, 125 Bible Club 10, 115
Y-Teen 10, 11, 125 G.A.A. 11, 125 Limelighters 115 School Spirit
Committee 125 Citizenship Committee 11, 125 Swimming 11, 12.
William Edward Montgomery, III
Entered 515 Mustang 10, 11, Business Manager 125 Spanish Club
10, ll, Vic-e-President 125 Radio Club 12, Vice-President 10,
President ll: C.A.P, 10: Public Relations Committee 115 Key
Club 125 Honor Society 11, Treasurer 125 Engineers' Club 10, 11,
Larry Alan Moore
Entered 54: Radio Club 105 C.A.P. 10, 11.
Hubert Lee Moorelield
Entered 555 Senior High Chorus 11, 125 Buys' Glee Club 11, 12.
Jerry Alfred Morgan
Entered 515 Cheer Club 12.
Elizabeth Charlotte Mraz
Entered 515 Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 125 Myer-Spark 11, Adver-
tising Manager 125 French Club 11, 125 Latin Club 105 Cheer
Club 125 Girl Ambassadors 10, 11, Treasurer 125 Bible Club 105
Y-Teen 10, 12, Vice-President 115 President, Y-Teen Inner-Club
Council 115 Honor Society 125 G.A.A. 125 Public Relations Com-
mittee 125 School Spirit Committee 125 Citizenship Committee 125
Brower Murphy, jr.
Entered 545 MyerSpark, Photographer 125 Latin Club 125 Cheer
Club 125 Engineers' Club 125 Radio Club 125 F.T.A, 125 School
Spirit Committee 125 Citizenship Committee 125 Track 125
Astronomy Club 12.
Hugh Grattan Murray, jr.
Entered 515 Latin Club 105 Orchestra 10, 11, President 125
Citizenship Committee 125 Track 12.
Mustang Mascot 10, 11, 125 American Steeplechase Representa-
tive 125 Superlative, "Longest Eyelashes" 125 "Lead Hoofer,"
Senior Class Follies 12.
Gwendolyn Wiesen Neiman
Entered 515 I-Iomeroom Omcer 125 Spanish Club 11, 125 Latin
Club 105 Cheer Club 125 Girl Ambassadors 11, 125 Y-Teen 10, 11,
125 G.A.A. 12: Limelighters 115 F.H,A. 125 Public Relations
Committee ll, 125 School Spirit Committee 11, 125 Citizenship
Committee 125 Dance Committee 125 Swimming ll, 12.
Joe College '57-'58.
Edward Carl Niven
Entered 513 Latin Club 113 Bible Club 113 Baseball 11, 12.
Kenneth Leon Oliver
Entered 513 Student Council 10, 11, President 121 Homeroom
Ofncer 10, 113 Class President 10, 113 Mustang 10, Assistant Boys'
Sports Editor 113 Chief Junior Marshal 113 Key Club 10, 11, 123
Latin Club 11, 123 Boys' State 113 Cheer Club 123 Honor Society
11, 123 Clubs Committee, Chairman 113 All-City Brains Team 113
Sarah jane Oliver
Entered 513 Mustang 123 French Club 11, 12: Latin Club 113
Cheer Club 123 Y-Teen 123 G.A.A. 123 School Spirit Committee
123 Citizenship Committee 12.
Nancy Mason Patten
Entered 512 Mustang 10, 123 Myer-Spark 10, Assistant Advertising
Manager 113 Spanish Club 11, 121 Latin Club 103 Cheer Club 123
Y-Teen 10, 11, 123 G.A.A. 123 Limelighters 113 Quill 85 Scroll 113
School Spirit Committee 123 Citizenship Committee 123 Swim-
ming 11, 12.
William Dexter Payne
Entered 533 D.E. Club 10, 11.
Charles Emory Petty, III
Entered 513 French Club 11, 123 Bible Club 10, llg Limelighters
io, 11, 12.
james Christian Pfohl, jr.
Entered 523 Monogram Club 123 Band 10, 11, Vice-President 12'
Orchestra 123 Baseball 10, 11, 12.
Marian Taylor Pierce
Entered 513 Latin Club 11, 123 Y-Teen 10, 11, 123 G.A.A. 12'
School Spirit Committee 123 Citizenship Committee 123 Swim-
ming 11, 12.
Martha Marie Pierce
Entered 543 Homeroom Oificer 113 Latin Club 12, Treasurer 11'
Y-Teen 123 G.A.A. 123 French Club 123 F.T.A. 11.
Kathryn Elizabeth Pittard
Entered 513 Mustang 10, 123 French Club ll, Cheer Club 12'
Bible Club 10, 113 Y-Teen 10, 11, 123 Public Relations Come
mittee 123 School Spirit Committee 11, 12: Dance Committee 113
Latin Club 103 Homecoming Attendant 12.
Katherine Ann Potts
Entered 513 Mustang 123 French Club 10, 113 Latin Club 11, 123
Cheer Club 123 Bible Club 10, 113 Y-Teen 10, 11, 125 Public
Relations Committee 123 School Spirit Committee 12: Swimming
112 Senior High Chorus 10, Treasurer 123 G.A.A. 121 Citizenship
David Dockery Price
Entered 513 Spanish Club 123 Band 10, 11, 123 Orchestra 11, 12'
Engineers' Club 123 Trafhc Committee 123 Athletic Committee l2Q
Cheer Club 12.
J ou n na
Entered 541 Cheer Club 12: Bible Club 10: Y-Teen 10, 11, 122
Limelighters 11, 122 Public Relations Committee 123 Mustang
Lloyd Russell Ranson, Jr.
Entered 51: Cheer Club 123 Engineers' Club 10, 12, Vice-Presi-
dent 11: Radio Club 10, 12, Vice-President 11.
Anne Boyce Rich
Entered 51: Homeroom Omcer 10, 112 Junior Marshal 11:
French Club 113 Cheer Club 123 Bible Club 10, 113 Girl Ambassa-
dors 11, 123 Senior High Chorus 10: Majorette 11: Public Rela-
tions Committee 10, 11: School Spirit Committee 10, 11, 12:
Citizenship Committee 123 Dance Committee 11, 123 Y-Teen
19111, 12: G.A.A. 11, 125 Limelighters 10, 11, 12: Swimming'
Joanna Babcock Risdon
Entered 523 Student Council 11, 123 Mustang 113 MyerSpark
10, 11, 123 Junior Marshal 112 French Club 11, 123 Latin Club 103
Cheer Club 123 Girl Ambassadors 10, 11, 122 Bible Club 10, 112
Y-Teen 10, 113 G.A.A. 12: Limelighters 10, 11, Secretary 123
Letter Girl 122 F.T.A. 10, 11, 123 Public Relations Committee
10, 11, Co-Chairman 12: School Spirit Committee 11, 123 Citizen-
ship Committee 10, 11, 12: Miss School Spirit 11.
Entered 56: Mustang 12: Latin Club 11, 123 Cheer Club 12:
Y-Teen 11, 12: G.A.A. 123 Limelighters 123 Public Relations Com-
mittee 12: Sm-hool Spirit Committee 12: Citizenship Committee 123
Swimming 123 F.H.A. 123 MyerSpark 12Q Tennis 12: F.T.A. 12.
Larry Arch Rogers
Entered 53: Student Council 10, 12: Homeroom Officer 11: Class
Vice-President 10: Myerspark 11, Sports Editor 12: Monogram
Club 10, 11, 123 Junior Marshal 113 Key Club 10, 11, Vice-Presi-
dent 123 French Club 103 Bible Club 10, 11, Assembly Committee,
Chairman 123 Baseball 10, 11, 12Q Football 10, 11, 12.
Marguerite Wood Rogers
Entered 553 Student Council 113 Homeroom Officer 123 Mustang,
Assistant Features Editor 123 French Club, Secretary 123 Cheer
Club 123 Bible Club 11: Y-Teen 11, 123 G.A.A. 12: Llmelighters
123 School Spirit Committee 12: Citizenship Committee 123
Swimming' 11, 12.
John Robert Rust
Entered 56, Citizenship Committee 123 Track 11.
Robert Bradford Sargent
Entered 53: Spanish Club 11, 12: Limelighters 123 Band 10, 11, 12:
Orchestra 11, 121 Swimming' 11, 12.
james Everett Scott
Patricia Ann Seaman
Entered 543 Cheer Club 122 Bible Club 11, 122 Y-Teen 103 Senior
High Chorus 11,
Entered 503 Cheer Club 12: Girl Ambassadors 123 Limelighters
123 Swimming' 123 Anierivan Field Scrviuc Representative 12.
"Are you sure it's not a word?"
Ione Stewart Sheppard
Entered 58: Mustang 11, 12: Junior Marshal 11: French Club
11, 12: Latin Club, Vice-President 10: Cheer Club 12: Girl
Ambassadors 10, 11, 12: Honor Society 11, President 12: Bible
Club 10, 11: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: G.A.A. 10, 11, 12: Limelighters
11, 12: Majorette 11: School Spirit Committee 11, 12: Dam-sf
Committee 10, 11: Clubs Committee 12: Swimming 12: Basket-
ball 10, 11, 12: Citizenship Committee 11, 12: Tennis 12: F.H.A.
12: Student Council 10.
Ileene Joyce Silvers
Entered 51: Homeroom Ofiicer 10: Mustang 10: Cheer Club 12:
Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: G,A.A, 12: Limelighters 10, 11, 12: School Spirit
Ylorrignittee 11, 12: Dance Committee 12: Swimming 10, 12: Mascot
Deborah Welhelmina Smith
Entered 56: Y-Teen 12: G.A.A. 12: School Spirit Committee 12.
Harry Franklin Smith
Entered 51: French Club 11, 12: Latin Club 10: Cheer Club 12:
Bible Club 10, 11: Limelighters 12: Public Relations Committee
12: School Spirit Committee 121 Citizenship Committee 11, 12:
Honor Society 12.
Larry Hamilton Smith
Entered 51: French Club 11: Latin Club 10: Cheer Club 12: Honor
Society 11, 12: Bible Club 11: Limelighters 12: Public Relations
Committie 12: School Spirit Committee 12: Citizenship Com-
mittee 1 ,
Ann Hall Snyder
Entered 513 Homeroom Oiicer 10, 11, 12: Mustang 11: French
Club 10: Cheer Club 12: Girl Ambassadors 11, 12: Bible Club
10, 11: Y-Teen 10, 11: G,A.A. 12: Senior High Chorus 11: Cheer-
leader 11, 12.
joseph Arthur Soldati
Entered 51: Student Council 11: Homeroom Officer 12: Mustang,
Assistant Advertising Manager 11: MyerSpark 10, 11: Monogram
Club 11, Vice-President 12: Key Club 12: Bible Club 11: Senior
High Chorus 12: School Spirit Committee 10, 11, 12: Traflic Com-
mittee 12: Dance Committee 10, 11: Football 10, 11, 12: Mr. School
Spirit 11: Boys' Glee Club 12.
Margery W1lson Spexr
Entered 51: Homeroom Officer 11: Mustang 10: MyerSpark 11, 12:
Junior Marshal 11: Latin Club 10: Cheer Club 12: Girl Ambassa-
dors 11, 12: Bible Club 10, 11: Y-Teen 10, 12, Treasurer 11: G,A.A.
10, 12, Vice-President 11: Limelighters 12: School Spirit Com-
mittee 10, 11, 12: Citizenship Committee 10, 12: Dance Committee
12: Swimming' 11, 12: Golf 10, 11, 12.
Catherine Martha Spicer
Flnterefl 51: French Club 11: Y-Teen 11: Limelighters 12:
james Merritt Spoon
Entered 51: Homeroom Otiticer 10: Mustang, Pl'l0tOH'l'3.Dl1QI' 11, 12:
Myerspark, Photographer 11, 12: Key Club 11, 12: French Club
11: Boys' State 11: Band 10, 11, President 12: Quill Sz Scroll 11, 12.
Mary Elizabeth Spoon
Entered 51: Mustang 10: Myerspark 10: Latin Club 10: Cheer
Club 12: Bible Club 11: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: Palate-ers 10: Public
Relations Committee 12: School Spirit Committee 121 Lime-
Sandra Caroline Springs
Entered 51: Spanish Club 11, 12: Cheer Club 12: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12:
Girl Ambassadors 11, 12: Orchestra 10, 11: F.T.A. 11, Secretary
12: F.H.A. 12.
Leave it to Lynndy.
Verner Eugene Stanley, jr.
Entered 51: Student Council, Secretary 11: Homeroom OtTlcer 10:
Myerspark 11: Monogram Club 10, 11, 12: Junior Marshal 11:
Key Club 10, Secretary 11, Carolinas' District Governor 12:
Citizenship Committee 10, 11: Dance Committee 10, 11, 12: Golf
10, 11, 12: Cross-Country 10, 11, 12: Basketball 10, 11, 12: All-
City Brains Team 11.
Mary Ann St.Clair
Entered 52: French Club 11: Y-Teen 10, 11: Citizenship Com-
Steven Arthur Steele
Entered 51g Football 11, 12.
john Thomas Stephens
Entered 54: Football Manager 11.
William Alexander Stephenson, jr.
Entered 54: Homeroom Officer 10, 11: Class Treasurer 11, 12:
Mustang 12: Monogram Club 11, 12: Spanish Club 11, 12: Key
Club 11, 12: Cheer Club 12: Athletic Committee 12: Baseball
10, 11, 12.
Richard Mack Stiles
Entered 51: Citizenship Committee 12: Baseball 10, 11, 12:
Hans Reiner Stoll
Entered 56: Engineers' Club 11, Secretary 12: French Club 12.
William Spence Stork, jr.
Sarah Harriett Stroud
Entered 51: Latin Club 10: Cheer Club 12: Bible Club 10: Y-Teen
10, 11, 12: G.A.A. 12: F.H.A. 12: School Spirit Committee 12.
Bobbie jo Stroupe
Entered 51: Mustang 11: Bible Club 11: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12.
Molly Lancaster Summers
Entered 51, Homeroom Oflicer 12: Latin Club 10, 12: Bible Club
10, ll: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: G.A.A, 10, 12: Orchestra 10, 11, 12:
School Spirit Committee 12: Spanish Club 12.
Carolynn Ann Taylor
Entered 55: French Club 11: Cheer Club 12: Bible Club 11:
Y-Teen 11, 12: Limelighters 12: G.A.A. 12: School Spirit Com-
Sometimes they get boring.
john Harris Temple
Entered 55: French Club 11, 12.
Entered 54: French Club 10, 11, 12: Latin Club 10: Cheer Club 12:
Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: Limelighters 12: Public Relations Committee
12: School Spirit Committee 12: Citizenship Committee 12:
johnsie Elizabeth Thomas
Entered 51: Cheer Club 12: French Club 11, 12: Latin Club 10:
Bible Club 10, 11: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: F.H.A. 12: School Spirit
Committee 12: G.A.A. 12.
Robert Chester Tourtellot
Entered 54: Spanish Club 11, 12: Senior High Chorus 11, 125
Boys' Glee Club 11, 12: C.A.P. 10, 11, 12.
Judith Frost Townend
Entered 51: French Club 10: Senior High Chorus 10.
Herbert Ronald Tuttle
Entered 54: Engineers' Club 12: Swimming 12: Track 12: Foot-
Patricia Sigrid Villas
Entered 51: French Club 11, 12: Latin Club 10, 12: Cheer Club 12:
Bible Club 10, 11: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12: G.A.A. 12: School Spirit
Committee 123 Swimming 12.
William Kent Walker
Entered 55: Monogram Club 11, 12: Latin Club 11, 12: Track 11:
Basketball 11: Football 11, 12: Golf 12.
Janice Maudine Wallace
Entered 51: Y-Teen 1.0, 11, 12: G.A.A. 10, 11: Limelighters 123
School Spirit Committee 11, 12: Basketball 10.
Harry Franklin Waller, jr.
Entered 56: Homeroom Oflicer 12: Monogram Club 123 Citizenship
Committee 12: Golf 11, 12.
Carol joan Walsh
Entered 54: Latin Club 11, 125 Cheer Club 12: Y-Teen 10, 11, 12.
Thomas William Washam
Finterofl 51: Spanish Club 10, 11, 12: Senior High Chorus 11:
Boys' Glee Club 115 C.A.P. 10.
Smile while your feet are aching.
Robert Charles Wfaters
Entered 521 Student Council 12, Treasurer 113 Homeroom Ofhc-er
10, 11, Class Treasurer 10, President 123 Mustang ll, Assistant
Class Editor 12: Myer-Spark 113 Junior Marshal 113 Key Club 11,
President 12: Cheer Club 123 School Spirit Committee 113 Traflic
Committee IIQ Dance Committee ll, 123 House and Grounds
Committee 123 Tennis 11, 123 Honor Society 12,
Sarah Anne Way
Entered 523 Homeroom Oflicer 103 Mustang 103 French Club
11, 123 Latin Club 103 Cheer Club 123 Girl Ambassadors 11, 123
Honor Society 11, Secretary 123 Bible Club 10, Ill Y-Teen 10, 11,
12, F.T,A., Treasurer 123 Public- Relations Committee 123 School
Spirit Committee 123 Citizenship Committee 12.
Clifford Dunbar Wayne
Entered 563 Baseball 12.
Rebecca Ann Weathers
Entered 513 French Club 103 Cheer Club 123 Girl Ambassadors
10, 11, 123 Y-Teen 10, 11, 123 G.A.A. 123 Senior High Chorus 103
Public Relations Committee 11, 123 School Spirit Committee 123
Dance Committee 12.
Charles Douglas Welch
Entered 51: Latin Club 113 Bible Club 10, 11, Treasurer, State
Bible Club 123 Track 10.
Charlotte Ellis Welch
Entered 513 Homeroom Officer 103 Cheer Club 123 Bible Club
10, 113 Y-Teen 10, 11, 123 G.A.A. 123 School Spirit Committee 12.
David Scott W'elton
Entered 56: School Spirit Committee 12.
Arthur Pitts Werts
Entered 54: Latin Club 111 Cheer Club 123 Honor Society 12.
Ralph Norman Wesley, jr.
Entered 543 Latin Club 11, Vice-President 123 Homeroom Ofilcer
122 Band 10, 11, 123 Orchestra 11, Vice-President 123 Citizenship
Committee 10, 113 Tennis 10, 11, 12Q Honor Society 12.
Anne Avery Westmoreland
Entered 543 Latin Club 103 Y-Teen 10, 11, 123 Cheer Club 123
G.A.A. 123 Senior High Chorus 11, 123 School Spirit Committee 12.
Michael Anthony Whelchel
Entered 543 Monogram Club 10, 11, 123 Spanish Club 123 Bible
Club 10, Vice-President 113 Senior High Chorus 113 Dance
Committee 11, 12: House and Grounds Committee Il: Swimming'
12, Captain 113 Baseball 103 Track 123 Basketball 10.
Cary Hamilton Whitaker, III
"Wait until he finds out his ice cream is gone."
Jim James Samuel Whitehead
Entered 553 Student Council 123. Monog-ram Club 11, 123 Key
Club 11, 123 Latin Club 113 Band 113 Orehestra 11: Tennis 11, 123
Frank Basketball 11, 123 Athletic Committee 12,
George Franklin Williams
Entered 543 Bible Club 113 Boys' Glee Club 113 Astronomy Club
10, 11, Treasurer 12.
Kaye Kaye Lorie wiuis
Entered 543 Bible Club 10, 111 Y-Teen 11, 12.
Elizabeth Walton Wilson
Entered 513 Homeroom Officer 112 Mustang 10, 11: MyerSpark 10,
Co-Editor 11, Editor 123 Junior 'Marshal 113 Spanish Club 10, 12,
Treasurer 113 French Club 113 Cheer Club 123 Girl Ambassadors
11, 12: Honor Society 11, 123 Bible Club 10, 113 Y-Teen 10, 11,
Vice-President 123 Quill KL Scroll 11, 123 Public Relations Com-
mittee 12g D.A.R. Award 12.
Patricia Joy Zeigler
Entered Mustang 11, 123 Latin Club ll: Cheer Club 12g Bible
Club 10, 11: Y'Teen 10, 11, 123 F.T,A. 113 School Spirit Com-
mittee 12: Citizenship Committee 123 Honor Society 12,
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ROBERT CARL HORD, JR. .... ...... P reridenz
.ROY ZACHARIAH THOMAS .... ..... V ice-Preridenz
CATHERINE ANN HARRIS .... ...... S ecremry
WILLIAM LAKE TAYLOR . . . .... Tmzfurer
THE JUNIOR CLASS experienced all the joys and hard
work of coming a step closer to their flnal year at
Myers Park. November brought them their long-
awaited class rings, and the second semester saw
them working diligently on a car wash, a fashion
show, and other fund-raising projects for the junior-
Recognition for leadership came to members of
Robert Sidney Abernethy
Charles Stuart Adams
Donald Lee Adams
Susan Burr Alexander
Thomas Perry Allen
Graham Tillett Allison, jr.
the class during Student Council elections, the nam-
ing of junior Marshals, and in Honor Society tap-
pings. Another important activity was the selection
of candidates for the American Field Service Pro-
gram for the summer of 1957.
The two major class organizations, the Hi-Y and
the Y-Teens, contributed many worthwhile services
to the school and community.
Lewis Robert Anastes
Paul Alderman Anderson
Virginia Ann Anderson
George Eddings Archer, Jr.
John Steen Arthur
Lucy Glenn Barnes
Linda Lee Barnett
Caleb Harley Barnhardt
Julius Johnston Barnhardt
Grace Page Barnhill
Andrew Marshall Basinger
Charles Adrian Beard
Ethel Louise Beatty
Robert Purdy Bell
Wfilliam Maurice Bell
Alfred Hammond Bellows
Joyce Mildred Bestgen
Annette Tarlton Bivens
Janette Tarlton Bivens
Virginia Anne Blackwood
Mary Glenn Boatwright
Phyllis Jean Boone
Nancy Rebecca Bost
Patricia Ann Brannan
Gilbert Martin Frederick Brauch
Eileen Patricia Breeden
Katherine Terry Broach
- Betty Louise Brown
Marvin Miller Brown
James Herbert Browne
james Ward Brownell
Clayton Buening Bundy
Carlos Arthur Burns
David Harrison Burns
James Reed Bush
John Henry AByrd,.Jr.
James Philo Caldwell, jr.
Ann Harrington Campbell
joretta Kay Campbell
Margaret Eleanor Campbell
James Miller Capps
Katherine Eugenia Carpenter
William Alexander Carr
Aubrey Maynard Cary
Dorothea Jane Cass
Lota Angelyn Chambless
Barbara Kay Chavis
Fred Houston Cochrane, jr.
john Grady Connelly, jr,
David julian Cohen
Philip Glisan Conner
Edward Tollett Cook
Carolyn Jane Conrad
Nancy Gray Cook
Lois Carlisle Copeland
Patricia Elaine Cooper
Mary Louise Costner
Elizabeth Barry Couch
Mary Rhodes Cothran
Linda Heidi Cowing
julia Kathleen Craver
'loan Fraser Croft
William Spencer Crowell
Carol Ann Daniels
Donald Patrick Currie
Cutter Dickinson Davis
Bruce Crawford Denton
Marjorie Bea Davis
Wayne Morris Donoho
Robert Wayne Dugan
Daniel Hugh Earp, jr.
Edward Dabney Edwards
Antonia james Elliott
Mary Leach Elmore
Ralph William Emmrich
Carol Frances Elting
Thomas Henry Ertel
Ray Simpson Farris, jr.
Paul Revere Ervin, jr.
Michael Brown Field
Mildred Ann Field
Mary Elizabeth Fisher
Mary Lynda Flowe
Walter Hunter Floyd
Frances Elizabeth Foster
Rebecca Chloe Fowler
Walter McKinney Franklin,
John Wesley Fox
Ben Barker Gallagher, jr.
Sacra Jann Gannaway
John Grant Garnett, Ir.
Marcia Irvine Gay
David Pollock Gilmour
Ethel Keesler Gilmour
Paul Milton Gold
Allan Jay Goodman
Dorothy Anne Grayson
Norman Clements Guthrie, jr.
Kathryn Elizabeth Hamilton
Linda joy Hagen
Luther Edwin Hamilton
Esther Lee Harmon
Bobbie Yvonne Harris
Sylvia Kay Hart
janet Elizabeth Hawkins
Nancy Elizabeth Hawkins
Joseph Walter Helms
jerry Robert Hendrix
Charles Woodrow Henkel, jr.
Leonard Elbridge Herring
Patricia Carole High
Lucy Virginia Hill
john Gordon Holdforth
Margaret Elizabeth Holdforth
Thomas Wilson Hollifield
Kay Carolyn Horrocks
john Bernard Howren, jr.
Grey Atkins Hunter
john Nelson Hunter
Yvonne Louise Huskey
Elizabeth Ann Hutchens
james Patrick jackson, jr.
Gail Louise Jacobs
Joseph Floyd Johnson
Anne Scott Johnston
Robert Story Johnston
Marcia Paulette Jones
Wayne Marshall Jones
Florence Jennings Jordan
Bernard Joseph McLain Kelley, Jr.
Thaddeus Ralph Komorowski
Charles Cothran Lambeth
Sally Cothran Lambeth
Susanne Bernice Lane
Mary Frances Leak
Amon George Liner, Jr.
Eduard Nuessner Loring
Michael Bruce Maddock
Ernest Lynwood Mallard, Jr.
Rudolph Lawrence Mansfield, Jr.
Jean Cynthia Mantiply
Gretchen Wriston Marsh
Barbara Caroline Marshall
Judith Ann Martin
Edwin Lowell Mason, jr.
Anna jean Mayhew
George Richard Massey
Charles Richard McArn
Earle Wayne McCalla
Caroline Harrison McClain
Francis Dudley McDonald, jr.
Karen Lewis McKinnon
William Raymond McLester
Judith Arlene McManus
Frederick Stuart Means, jr.
Sara Elizabeth Melasky
Richard Meriwether Mitchell
james Livingston Mooney
Alice Elizabeth Moore
Melinda Anne Morrison
Patricia jean Morton
Duncan Morton, Jr.
Sylvia Marie Munn
Patricia Ann Murray
Harriett Butler Nash
Carolyn Elaine Naumoff
Robert Hucks Nuttall
Philip Dennis Needham
Thomas Jerome Orr
Jocelyn Marie Palmer
Phyllis Hope Overcarsh
Henry Clay Parker, III
Joel Hampton Patterson
David Lawrence Pearce
Albert Theodore Pearson, Jr.
Claire Ellen Petersen
James Edward Peterson, Jr.
Harry McFall Pickett, III
Frances Wirden Pilcher
Mary Frances Pipkin
Nancy Lee Poley
Doris Jeanette Plyler
Charles Alexander Porter
Dale Roy Powell
Mary Josephine Price
Harry Merrill Pressman
john Robinson Prince, jr.
Mary Irvine Reed
james Rives Reiney, jr.
Judith Woolard Rhodes
William Barton Richards
Mary Elizabeth Robbins
Robin Gail Roberson
Sandra Lee Roberts
Charles Hunt Robertson, Jr.
Elizabeth Carroll Rogers
Thomas Schley Rogers
May Lebby Rogers
George Williain Rose
Marie Melinda Rose
James Montgomery Rose
Robert Brent Rumfelt
Ann Catherine Rush
Robbie Bernice Sams
Joan Gail Sandler
Robert Wagner Saunders
james Michael Schmucker
Sally Jean Seaman
Murray Harvey Shohat
Ann Austin Sherrill
Judith Allen Shope
Mary Wallace Shotwell
Bonnie Sue Shubkin
Ronald Lee Shubkin
Michael Geoffrey Shulman
Donald Walker Shuman Jr.
Ernest jirard Sifford, Jr.
Hugh Edward Singleton
Bill Collier Sledge, jr.
Patricia Jane Sloan
Albert Copeland Smarr
Brenda Powell Smith
Fredrick William Smith
Gary Lafon Smith
Gary Richard Smith
Gibson Locke Smith
Sylvia Louise Smith
Rufus Kader Smith, jr.
Wayne Beveridge Smith, jr.
Robert Stephen Speizman
Susan Kittrell Sprock
Barbara Sue Spurrier
George Wayne Stallings
Loretta Lou Stafford
Patricia Ann Stallings
Lucius jones Stanley, jr.
James Lawson Stanley
LeRoy Elird Stanton
William Worthington Starr
Myra Lynn Steele
Richard Henry Stephan
Clifford james Stokes
Carol Barbara Stiteler
Mary Morgan Stokes
Robert Tyler Stone, II
Edith Ellen Storey
Anne Gibson Sullivan
Robert Lee Stutts, jr.
Robert Harvey Summerville
Gerald McKibbin Suttle
David Wayne Sutton
Joseph jordan Tankersley
Robert Douglas Therrell
Foster Edward T
Tonda Anne Taylor
scilla Louise Thomas
Dorothy Lou Thomson
George Ralph Timmerman
Jay Newton Thrash
Edwin james Torbet, III
jane Ellen Torbet
Claude Jeter Trapp, jr.
Judy Caroline Trapp
James Thomas Trotter
Kay Frances Turner
john Goodman Turner, III
Mary Katherine Ulmer
Mary Elizabeth Van Every
George Jerry Venable
Sammie Jane Vermillion
Ruth Elaine Ward
Ramelle Lee Watterson
Harry Lee Watwood, III
Donald Edward Wegner
William Harrison Wellford
Alan Gordon Wells
Charles Rex Welton
Carleton Nettles Whilden, -Ir.
Jerre Louise Whitsett
Gaines Prince Wilburn
Lydia Stewart Willard
Gerald Garrett Williams, jr.
Constance Natalie Winters
Elaine Peggy Wiriden
Mary Howell Withers
Katherine Forsyth Wolf
Evan Harvey Wood
Hannah Day Woods
Harvey Rush Woodside, Jr.
Judith Gail Wooten
Harvey Linton Wray
William Lee Wright, jr.
Frederick Richard Young
Class fi"95-WI' OWN, at IGSH Junior-Senior Committee chairmen work toward the big night. Finalists for American Field Service Scholarshi
David Pollock Underwood Robert Bradley Cordle Charlotte Corinne Rowe Phillip Lee Burns
DAVID POLLOCK UNDERWOOD . . . ..... Prariflefzz
ROBERT BRADLEY CORDLE .... . . .Vice-Preridefzz
CHARLOTTE CORINNE Rowe ..... S ecremry
PHILLIP LEE BURNS ....... . . .T1'ea.rz1r'e1'
THD LARGEST SOPHOMORE CLASS TO DATE, boasting
a membership of 381, started early sponsoring drives,
parties, and dances to raise money for the junior-
Senior of '58. Their scope of activities was broaden-
ed by the addition of a tenth grade Hi-Y club, The
tenth grade Y-Teens had a busy year sponsoring
rummage sales and other funderaising campaigns to
support their service projects. Of all the events, how-
ever, the aiding of needy families at Christmas stands
out as the major project of the year.
Sophomores work to share the real meaning of Christmas. Miss Stewart helps to plan the l0th grnde's spring dance. Sophomures plan their February da-nut campaign
Firft row: Mary Sylvia Abernathy, Steven Selby Abrams,
George Douglas Aitken, Jr., Judy Kaye Alexander, Donald
Speir Allen, Judy Lee Allen, Lyman Hall Allen.
Second row: Paul Haywood Allen, Donald Ray Allred,
John Edward Alt, Virginia Dowdell Anderson, James
Martin Armes, Julia Munroe Arnold, Katherine Crowell
Third row: Frederick DeCosta Austin, III, William Edward
Austin, Daniel Shelton Baan, Cynthia Kay Baker, Karen
Shelley Bard, Patricia Anne Barefoot, Richard Lowell
Fourth row: Alice Chase Barnhill, Richard Edward Barrett,
Harry Duane Beaver, Clarence Neal Bell, Agnes Watkins
Binder, Wade Marvin Blackwelder, Jr., Albert Darrell
Fifth row: Rosemary Blankenship, Stephen Judd Blucher,
Millie Jean Bolick, Barbara Winfield Booe, Marvin Aaron
Boone, Lloyd Carlton Bost, Jr., Frances Anne Boyd.
Sixlb row: Jon Perry Brady, Martha Anne Braswell, John
Edwin Brietz, Betsy Treas Brockwell, Sandra Henderson
Brown, Joy Bernice Bumgardner, Victor Kantor Burg.
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Firrl row: Sally Ann Burke, Barbara Elizabeth Burr, Wil-
liam Ernest Byrd, jr., joseph Stephen Byrum, Thelma
Elizabeth Campbell, Lucy Rebecca Cannaday, jessica Mal-
Sefozzd row: john Grant Carey, Eugene Roy Carpenter, jr.,
Michael Holt Carrier, John Atkins Carson, Andrew Ruel
Chalabie, Mary Richard Chambers, Brenda Sue Champion.
Third row: Carol Asbury Chaplin, jane Pate Charnley,
Kitty Ann Clark, Curtis Lowe Cloud, William Henry
Colley, jr., Marsha Lynn Cook, Ina Joanne Cooper.
Fourth row: Archie Hiram Costner, III, Patricia Lyster
Cotter, John Frank Courtney, jr., Mary Hilda Cowell, Linda
Irene Cox, Helen Biddle Crevensten, Mary Ann Cromer.
Fifth row: Elisa Hayne Culbreath, Bettye Jean Cullen,
Catherine McArthur Currie, Charlotte Irene Daggett, Eliz-
abeth Ann Davis, Frank Holbrooke Davis, Elmer Robert
Sixth row: Daphne Sue Dean, Walter Estes Dellinger,
Dorothy Dale Delph, james Lawrence Devereux, Frank
james DiVine, David Hugh Dillard, II, Gregory john
Firff row: Frank Bernard Dove, John Henry DuBose, III,
James Thomas Duckworth, Jr., Foster William Dugan,
Julius Austin Duncan, Shelia Jane Duncan, Martha Evelyn
Second row: Nancy Malloy Duvall, John Myers Dwelle, Jr.,
Judith Virginia Edwards, Kay Frances Elder, Peter James
Elliott, Christine Mason Farnan, Jack Davis Farr, Jr.
Third row: Susan Elizabeth Favor, Robert Buchanan Fer-
guson, Robert Frederick Ferguson, Gertrude Riva Finman,
Judith Marcia Fitzjohn, Williain Laurie Focht, Noel
Fourth row: George Randolph Foster, Edwin Burke
Fowler, III, Emily Louise Frazier, Martin Berke Freedland,
Virginia Gail Freeman, Diana Bond Frost, Doreen Berry
Fifth row: Ellen Craig Frye, Anne Jeane Fullerton, Jack
Howard Fulmer, Ed Gaddy, Jr., Frederic Mercer Gallagher,
Elizabeth Jean Gardner, Patricia Gray Garrison.
Sixlh row: Gary Bruce Gebhardt, Eric Flynn George,
Michael I-lildreth Gilbert, William Charles Gilbert, Jeannie
McKay Glasgow, Judith Crane Godfrey, Paul Gayman
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Fiffl row: Benjamin Tyson Gravely, Thomas Jackson Grib-
ble, Hazel Monroe Grier, William Scott Guion, james
Albert Gupton, III, james William Gurley, Louise Ann
Second row: Millard Lucius Hair, William Level Halber-
stadt, II, Hannah Sue Hamer, Nancy Carol Hamilton, Jerry
Porter Haney, Robert Leon Hardin, Paul Curtis Hardy.
Third rom: Mike Hosea Harmer, George Parker Harris, Jr.,
Charlotte Kathleen Harris, Alice Craddock Harrison, Helen
Edith Harrison, Wanda Sue Hayes, Carole Dorian Hearn.
Fomfib row: Kenneth Houck Heinbaugh, Jean Claudette
Helms, Lynne Marlin Henderson, joan Ole Henson, Harriet
Jan Hester, Helen Suzanne Higgins, Mary Lee Hinson.
Fiffb row: Allan Garry Hirschorn, Adriene Myers Hogs-
head, Nicholas Vedder Holland, Ila jane Holmes, Mary
Louise Hopping, Margaret Harriet Horne, Nancy Catherine
Sixth row: William Sherwood Houston, Hughes Bayne
Hoyle, jean Montgomery Hudgins, Adele Marie Hults,
Patricia Ann Hults, Eugene Elmore Humphries, jr., julia
Fifi! row: Evelyn Joyce Hunter, Martha Diane Hunter,
Sara Jane Ison, Mary Virginia Jefferson, Rebecca Ann
Jennings, William Dwight Jennings, Joyce Marlyn Johnson.
Second row: Janet Louise Jones, Stephanie Nichols Jones,
Stephen Franklin Jones, III, Robert Allen Karlson, Donna
Jean Kelleher, Edith Mary Kellermann, Walter Hale Kel-
Third row: Beverly LaMarr Kelly, Edna Louise Kelly,
Whitelaw Plumer Kendall, Jr., James Robert Kenerly,
Emily Marcia Kerns, Sarah Sentman King, Suzanne Holt
Family row: Thomas Adams Kirkwood, Nancy Sue Knight,
Karen DeMar Koth, Dorothy Anna Kuebler, James Mar-
shall Kunkle, Thomas Cooper Lampee, Mary Lu Lander.
Fifth row: Mary Martha Lander, James Davis Lane, Jared
Alexander Law, Barbara Ann Lee, Barbara Anne Lee,
Richard Marion Lee, Sarah Virginia Lee.
Sixth row: Caren Shirley Lefiler, Gretchen Ruth Leffler,
Sandra Dawn Lester, Myrna Madelene Linker, James Clay-
ton Little, Jr., Anne Nugent Lobdell, Mary Ann Little.
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Fir!! row: Bernice Long, Brenda Long, Edithe Virginia
Long, Sherlie Ann Love, William Mark Lusk, Clement
Reynolds Marshall, Linda Ann Martin.
Second row: Larry Massey, Judith Christy Mathews, Jo Ann
Mathis, Virginia Wray Mauney, Ellen Westbrook Mayo,
Kenny McArver, John Locke McCorkle.
Third raw: Jane Kirby McCormick, Letitia Mebane Mc-
Donald, Martha Lineberger McDonald, Mary Katherine
McEwen, Marilyn Mackey McGarity, Judith Mathews Mc-
Grath, Catherine Ann McGuire.
Fomtfb row: Agnes Mooring McKee, Linda Gayle Mclver,
William Bryan Meacham, Susan Hunter Meacham, Harry
Avant Merritt, William Franklin Messerly, David Harold
Fifth row: Margaret Lee Miller, Marianne Miller, Robert
Plato Miller, Jr., Jerry Wayne Mitchell, John Gordon
Mitchell, Linda Marie Mitchell, Judith Nell Mondy.
Sixth row: Jean Gardiner Montgomery, Emily Ann Moore,
David Michael Moseley, Albert Wesley Moss, Brenda
Charlotte Mullis, Mary Efird Mulwee, Porter Courtney
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Sixlb row: Mary Anne Ransome, Roy Robert Reavis, Chan-
ning Orr Richards, Glenn Albert Robinson, jr., William
Louis Rochester, Ellen Christian Rose, Margaret Ellen
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ford, jr., Richard Waller Scott, ,ludith Gail Scruggs, joseph
Guy Sharpe, Patricia Marie Shaw, Catherine Chapman
Serena' four: Imogene Shipman, Janice Carolyn Short, James
Franklin Shuman, Jerry Lee Shurig, Lionel Ronald Sikor,
William Lee Skidmore, Carole Anne Slaughter.
Third row: Anthony Dunwoody Smith, jane Beatty Smith,
Paul Dennis Smith, Larry Wadsworth Smith, Helen Lois
Smith, Louis Faulkner Smith, Vernon Windle Smith.
Fazrrfla row: john Marshall Soldati, William Larry Spicer,
Marion Paulling Spigener, Kathryn Olivia Spoon, Sally
jean Spratt, Bruce Jackie Sprinkle, Barbara Marion Stancell.
Fifth row: Blake Hunter Stephens, Norman Allen Stewart,
james Alan Stenhouse, Sandra Anne Stellings, Nancy
Stickley, Anne Richards Stratton, .lo Ann Strickland.
Sixth row: Robert Lester Stringer, Gail Elizabeth Stroupe,
james Robert Taylor, Margaret Ann Taylor, Terry Sullivan
Taylor, William Elton Taylor, Gloria Jo Tinsley.
First row: Wentworth Augusta Terry, Arthur Thomas,
john Greenbury Thomas, III, Robert Goodwin Thomas,
Sven Albin Thulin, Patricia Ann Tobin, Franklin Augustus
Second row: William Lawrence Tourtellot, Tommy Philous
Tucker, james Austin Turner, III, Anne Lydall Van Every,
Odell Shemwell Vestal, jr., Lynda Kay Vichesky, Lewis
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King Wallace, Judith Irene Ward, George Patterson
Wearn, David Saul Weiss, Sheila Maureen Welch.
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moreland, Alice Marret Wheeler, Mary Frances Wheeler,
Harvey Stewart White, Gwendolyn Annette Wicker, Peggy
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liams, joseph Dyer Williamson, Barbara Elaine Willis,
William Moore Willis, III, Mary Margaret Wilson, George
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Scott Earnest Summers Frederick Wiley Horne Mary Davidson Lucas Neal King Cheek
SCOTT EARNEST SUMMERS . . ...... President
FREDERICK WILEY HORNE . . . . . .Vine-Preridenl
MARY DAVIDSON LUCAS . . . .... Secretary
NEAL KING CHEEK .... . . .Treazrmfer
THE FRESHMAN CLASS ably fulfilled their role as
leaders in the junior high this year. Working in
conjunction with the junior high Student Council,
they sponsored an open house in the fall and a
Christmas dance to raise money for the flag pole
presented to the school for the stadium.
The highlight of the year was the Spring Prom
which marked the Close of junior high activities
and the forward look to senior high days.
By their enthusiastic support to the athletic teams
and all school activities, the Freshman Class proved
to be a valuable asset to Myers Park.
Betsy jane Allen
john Marshall Allen
l Robert Tr-awifk Allen, 111
Virginia Wright Allison
Frank Robinson Anders, III
Sandra Elizabeth Anderson
Howard Bell Arbuckle, III
David Harned Bamberger
William Sutton Barber
joy Lee Bass
George Wfashington Baxter, jr
Robert Rowe Beatty, III
Anna Wesley Beddingfield
Bronwell Christina Berg
Rebecca Gwen Biggers
Norma Van Landingham Binder
jane Batton Black
Jody Shannon Blackwell
Thomas Rudolph Blanton, Jr.
Edward Gordon Bohannon, Jr.
Constance Morse Booth
Steven Carlton Bost
Edward William Brody
Helen Elaine BrokhoFf
George Anton Burkhalter
joseph Allen Burns
Elva Elizabeth Bush
Naomi Ruth Camp
Miles Smith Carpenter
Susan Penelope Carter
Gerald Marius Clegg
Meredith jane Clifton
Carol Louise Clouse
Glen Austin Coan, Jr.
Charles Wearn Connelly
jean Minette Conrad
Patricia Allen Cook
Harriett Anne Cordle
Rachel Alma Corclle
james Clardy Cothran, jr.
Dale Patrick Cousart
William Swafheld Cowan, jr.
Ann Wfard Crosson
Patricia Leigh Crouse
George King Cutter, jr.
Oliver Franklin Davenport, jr.
Dwight Larry Davis
Edwin Little Dean
james Edward Deegan
Dianne Anita Dessauer
Margaret Sandra Dover
Thomas Edmund Etird
Ernest Pat Ellison
Ruth Ellen Elrod
Frank Xavier Farnan, III
Alice Teresa Flynn
Bess Cocke Forshaw
Howard Edward Frazier
Mark Stone Gesoif
Robert Lomax Gibbons
Bonn Arthur Gilbert, jr.
Elizabeth Murray Glenn
joe Miller Goodson
George Sullivan Goodyear, III
Cornelia McDonald Graham
Thomas Grant, III
james William Gravely, III
Ollie Clinton Gravitte
Sandra Rose Gravitte
Clarence Alonzo Griffin
Gary Dean Grosboll
Martha Louzette Hackney
Susan Hilliard Hall
Barbara Ann Hamilton
Mary Margaret Hamrick
Barbara Elizabeth Hanks
Richard Foster Harris
George Aubrey Hawes, jr.
Linda Sue Hawkins
Louis Phillip Hazel
Nancy Isabel Heath
Isaac Robert Helbein
Richard David Helbein
Mary Elizabeth Hemphill
Thomas Edward Henderson
Diane Louise Hile
Sara Ann Hill
Cheryl Elaine Hoffman
Walter' Lee Hogan, III
Harry Richard Holden
Maxwell Roberts Holder, jr.
Katharine Howard Holding
Anne Cordelia Holliday
Connie Mechelle Hooper
Alex Chalmers Hope, jr.
james Gilmer Howie
Catherine Harding Hudgins
William Fredrick Hulse
Hugh Hackney Huntington
john Porter Huntley
Laurie Taylor Hurt
Cecil Graham Huskey
James Lindsay Johnson
Nancy Louise Jones
John William Johnston, Jr.
Isabel Sullivan Jones
Michael Douglas Jones
Ingrid Lelia Kemp
William Samuel Kendrick
Ruthann Patricia Kilroy
Laura Elizabeth Kissiah
Pamela June Kopp
Jo Alice Laughlin
Susanne Guthrie Little
John Charles Livingston
Laura Russell Livingston
Robert Lee Looper
Margaret Melchor Lowe
Marion Morrison Lowrance
John Paul Lucas
Alexander Graham MacFadyen
Ira Michael Madans
Nancy Lucinda Majors
Judith Walker Manning
Martha Ellen Mansfield
Merrie Elizabeth Marcotte
Margaret Tribble Martin
Stephen Russell Martin
Alice Byrd Mauzy
Linda Marion Mayhew
Linda Jo Mayo
Eve Martha Mazoly
Frank Daniel McAllister
Frances Enloe McClain
Kenneth Rogers McCullough
William Farmer McGinty
Elizabeth Eagles McGuire
Sally Jean McKaig
Marie Elizabeth McNeely
Sandra Anne Means
Joyce Anne Mills
Edward Taylor Mobley, Jr.
Thomas Franklin Moore, Jr
Kathleen Edith Moores
Fletcher Bryson Morgan, III
jane Taylor Mulwee
Elliott Paul Mui-nick
Margaret Huntington Murrell
Elizabeth Gaylord Myers
Nick Thomas Newberry, Jr.
Judith Catherine Nicholson
Daniel Edward Nolen, Jr.
Jeanette O'I-Iille Nordman
Meredith Celeste Norton
Norma Frances Nuttall
Mary Meade Owens
Mary Robbins Pleasants
Richard Cobb Ranson
I-Iarris Nathaniel Raymond, jr
Richard Wakeheld Rhyne
joan Carol Reed
Rita Lee Robertson
Gayle Rogers, jr.
Deborah Sedgwick Rose
Mary Stewart Rosenblatt
Gretchen Travis Rotha
Martha Edwina Rogers
Temple Shaw Ryland, II
Ann Ledbetter Sanders
Thomas Wyatt Saunders
Susan Bette Schwartz
Janet Priscilla Scruggs
David Stephen Seawright
Samuel Leroy Sehorn
Andrew Kennedy Selden, II
Lawrence McRay Shaw
David Gwyn Shelton
Caroline Nobel Shiver
Robert Tillman Shore
joseph Rush Shull, III
Richard George Sieburg
Elizabeth Bartlett Smith
jacquelyn Virginia Smith
Letitia Anne Smith
Susan Elizabeth Snyder
Stephen Ira Sobell
Charles Hardy Spain
Winston Evans Sprock
Esther Beebe Stanfield
Helen Elizabeth St. Clair
Gail Denise Stephan
Connie Clifton Stephens
Thomas Joseph Stockton
Dagmar Kristin Stoll
Sampson Paul Stork
Carolyn Webb Stowe
Alice Taylor Stratton
Henry Oswell Strohecker
Carol LeGrand Stuckey
Linda Lou Summerville
Sandra Sue Summerville
Judith Marguerite Suttle
Sallye Meredith Tathwell
Daniel Grover Thigpen, III
Timothy Grant Thomas
Edna Wallene Threadgill
William Herbert Tonks
Hal Hodges Trihble
Virginia Arlene Triplett
Edwin Scott Trotter
Joyce Carolyn Vaden
Stephen Haywood Van Every, Jr.
Patricia Anne Vaughn
Charles Arthur Vinroot
Frances Ellen Walker
Joy Gordon Walker
William Phillip Welch
Hill Beverly Wellford
Edward Carlyle West
Norma Glenn Whitehead
Margaret Winchester Whitton
John Edward Williams
Richard Deems Wilson
Judith Ann Witham
Donna Rochelle Woodside
Donovan Mack Woodside
Roma Helene Wornall
Alexander Copeland Jean Wheeler Pharr Mariana Hancock Kuester Caroline Jean Pilcher
ALEXANDER COPELAND . . . .... President MARIANA HANCOCK KUESTER . . . . . .Secretary
JEAN WHEELER PHARR . . . . . .Vice-Preridenz CAROLINE JEAN PILCHER .... .... T mzfwer
ACTIVITIES FOR THIS YEAR'S 228 Eighth Graders included sponsoring a Christmas Dance, a Sadie Hawkins
Dance, and open houses. In addition the took t '
y par in many service projects both for the school and com-
girls' Y-Teens were Outstanding in their work.
Se entli Grade
William Mackey Clark Polly Ann Pickett Mary Stewart Quern Brian Downs Barksdale
WILLIAM MACKEY CLARK . . . ...... Pretidenz MARY STEWART QUERN . . . . . .Secretary
POLLY ANN PICKETT .... . . .Vice-President BRIAN DOWNS BARKSDALE .... .... I 'rearurer
THE SEVENTH GRADE HAS JUST completed a successful year marked by well-attended dances and actively sup-
ported intramural sports. Even the election of class officers in December was a close One, with enthusiastic
Eleanor Ann Abernethy
Joyce Anne Abernethy
Sally Johnston Abernethy
Gail Hart Adams
Judy Littleton Adams
Markham Robertson Alexander
Margaret Gaines Anderson
Susan Kelly Anderson
Brenda Mayo Armstrong
Katharine Greer Atkins
Kathrine Oliver Bagby
Jackie Ernest Baker
Jane Wellington Baker
Joseph Leonard Barach, Jr.
Linda Ann Barnhill
Mary Elizabeth Benoit
Nancy Goode Best
Jacob Curtis Blackwood
John Carey Bolen, Jr,
Barbara Ann Boone
Ronald Lee Boylston
Hannah Grace Bradford
Helen Carolyn Brents
Robert James Brietz
Mary Arnall Broach
Carolyn Ann Brauch
Susan Elizabeth Browne
Edith Merrill Buice
Robin Suzanne Burke
Judith Ann Burrier
Joseph Elliott Caldwell
James Robert Callaway, Jr.
Leonard Hewell Carter
William Richard Chappell
Rochelle Barbara Chariton
Loren Charnley, Jr.
Elizabeth Moore Chase
Sandra Lee Cheney
Mary Elizabeth Clutz
Nancy Gibson Collier
Sarah Elizabeth Couric
Patricia Ann Cox
Alan Dean Craver
Diane Elaine Crockett
Elisabeth Gail Crowell
Donna Kaye Cullen
Armand Turner Daniel
David Allen Daniel
Ann Lindsay Davis
Hazel Jones Deason, jr.
james Flynn DeRamus
john Brewer Dickinson
Robert Thompson Dickson
Katharine Anne Dietler
Charles Oliver DuBose
Jeanne Denise DuBose
Peggy Angela Duckworth
Rebecca Larkin Duncan
Walter Massey Dunlap, III
Melvin Murphy Durham
Howard Mareen Duvall, III
Sara Cothran Dwelle
Nancy Hill East
jo Ann Elliot
Charles Ellison Elrod, Jr.
james Wallace Elting
jane Elizabeth Farthing
William Pinkney Finley
Daisy Pearce Fitch
Carol Ann Garrison
Pamela Dorothy Glensor
Edward Alexander Glover
jerry Martin Goodman
Cynthia Chapman Graham
Harvey Moore Grasty
james Thomas Grey
Sara Marvin Griffith
William Harrison Guerrant
Pamela jane Guthrie
jack Louis Hardy, jr.
Mary Permelia Harkey
Melva Lane Heath
Mary Shepard Henderson
Chesley Carlisle Herbert, III
Williani Carl Hinson, III
Lucy Elizabeth Hitchcock
Benjamin Shambaugh Horack jr
Frank Mackey Hough, Jr,
Michael Hogue Houston
Edward Stevens Howie
Robert Stewert Howie
Patricia Ann Huff
Thomas Alexander Huffaker
Peggy Anne Hull
Henry Nash Carrier Hunt
Pamela Ann Inderfurth
Anne Deron jalces
David Gardner johnson
john Lawrence jones, III
Mary Frances jones
Kenneth Roberts jordan
Robert Richard jordan
Frances Anne Kendrick
Elizabeth Farnsworth Kenna
Margaret jane Kennedy
Claudia Virginia Kerns
Mary Leila Lane
Virginia Carol Lane
Mary Stella Leak
Katherine Ann Ligon
David Marley Lindeman
Linda Elaine Little
Mary Malinda Lobdell
james Shepherd Lofton
Wilson Truman Love
Paula Marian Lumpkin
Douglas Moore Maddock
Thomas Styles Marshall
Barbara Sue Martin
jean Craig Mason
Oscar Lee Mathis
james Rosebrow Meacham
Ann Mebane McDonald
Nancy Sharon McIver
William Harold McKee
Peggy Lynne McNeal
Raphael jay Miller
Ronald Webster Miller
Robert Hawkins Mobley
Linda Lou Moller
jane Morrison Moore
Jennie Marian Moore
Georgie Ann Morrison
Katherine Aubrey Munford
Martha Matthews Munroe
Susan Gail Naumoff
Michael Scott Newberry
William Marshall Newman
Sara Carolyn Nolen
John Henry Palmer, III
Grace LeNoir Pearsall
Gail Wesley Pearson
Judith Louise Pearson
Robert Alfred Pearson
Anna Shuford Peeler
David Nelson Pfohl
Frances Allen Pierce
Linda Sue Pinkston
Michael Simon Pressman
James Tucker Rayburn
Charles l-Iarmon Reed, Jr.
Robert John Rice, Jr.
Robert Preston Richardson
Dale Ball Rivers
Jane Wylly Robb
Joseph Vernon Robinson
Jay Patrick Rogers
John L. Rogers
Thomas Franklin Rogers
Anne Fontaine Rose
Nancy Thorne Rouzer
James Burnett Rowe, Jr.
Charles Gale Rust
Richard Berton Sargent
Gretchen Cluthe School
Herbert Charles Schoof, Jr.
Alan Page Shaw
William Arnold Shaw
Judith Carolyn Shumate
Judith Louise Sims
Dorothy Jeanne Slaughter
Dorothy Anne Slipher
Marvin McLeod Smith, Jr.
Ronald Frank Smith
Frank Warren Sriepp
Barbara Gene Spann
Joseph Milton Spencer, Jr.
Carolyn Haynes Spoon
Shirley Anne Spratt
Fred Graham Stephens, jr.
Robert Fred Stern
Margaret Caroline Stokes
Maurice Preston Stone
Charles Pryor Sugg
Rebecca Louise Swanzey
john Gilbert Swinney, jr.
Frederick Lee Tathwell
john Stephen Thomas
Catherine Revenal Townsend
William Rufus Trotter
Warren Caldwell Tucker
Judith Anne Turner
Virginia Gene Turner
Milton Spangler Van Hoy
Mary Isabelle Van Wagner
Charles Gibson Venning
Merrie Haynes Walker
james Gilbert Wallace
Diana Fay Walters
Craig Millard Wardlaw
Warren Wade Way, jr.
Richard Fisk Wegner
Thomas Henry Westerneld
Ann Stewart White
john Gettys White
Mary Netta Wiggins
Diana Dunbar Wilburn
Blanche Gregg Willard
Nancy Randolph Willard
Lyndon Dale Williams
Diane Ridgely Wilson
Frederick William Wood
Benjamin Wyche, jr.
William Michael Yett
Barnett Cabiniss Young
Sandra Lou Abernethy
Charles jerry Adams
Rosann Lucile Alexander
Mary Ann Allen
James Walter' Allison
Patricia Ann Austin
Susan Lorene Azsberger
Judith Susan Balkincl
Edward Wells Ballenger, -Ir.
Barbara Cleveland Bamberger
George Eldridge Barnett
Robert C. Barnett
Susan Everett Barnette
james Harper Barnhardt, Jr.
james Harold Bateman
Harriet Murray Baynard
james Tyson Beachum
Brenda Gwynn Bethel
Donald Barton Betts, jr.
john Franklin Biggerstaff
Charles Cook Boger, Jr.
Suzanne Griffin Bost
Harry Morgan Boyd, Jr.
Kaye Terrell Boyle
joan Bass Brown
Harriet Leah Burns
Aline Sanders Burr
Frances Carolyn Byrd
George Brent Callahan
Wilburn Wells Campbell
Susan Hall Cannon
Alice Alexander Carr
Eleanor Helen Carroll
Robert Carroll Cass
Frederick Allen Candle
Catherine Lorraine Centorbe
Howard Kenneth Chadwick, II
Charles Carroll Chase, jr.
jane Ann Coffey
Margaret Carolyn Coon
Samuel Linton Corpening, jr.
John Wlesley Craig, jr.
james Allen Crockett, jr.
Bryan Patterson Crutcher
james Shelton Culbertson, jr,
Laila Adele Dahir
Gretchen Davey Daniel
Mary Todd Davies
Phoebe Joyce Davis
Susan Coit Divine
Stephen Arnold Douglas, VI
John Steele Edgerton
Leonard Gary Edwards
Richard Turner Elmore
Patricia Louise Eskridge
Barry Richardson Farr
Gwendolyn Mae Ferris
Nathalie Colleen Floyd
Robert Johnson Flynn, Jr.
Katharine Graham Follmer
Thomas Forshaw, Jr.
David Wayne Fowler
Leslie Ann Freedland
Alice Dale French
Carole Ann Friend
Dorothy Byers Frost
Martha Sumwalt Fullerton
James Mclnnes Gale
Elizabeth Morrow Gallagher
Eileen Carol Garfmkel
Jean Ann Gaskell
Susan Clair Gebhardt
Gayle Marsh George
Robert Glasgow, Jr.
Walter Raleigh Graham, Jr.
Lucy Robertson Grasty
Rex Norman Gribble, Jr.
Ralph Harrell Griffin, Jr.
Julius Virgil Griffith, Jr.
Dennis Lorenz Guthrie
Linda Jean Hackett
Shirley Ann Hagen
Frances Halsey Hamer
Edward Sprunt Hamilton, Jr
Donna Jean Hanes
Rickford James Hanner, Jr.
Gaye Karyl Harris
John Langdon Harrison
Dana Darlene Hassler
Ann Lynn Hawkins
Martha Nell Hemphill
john Leslie Henderson
John Peach Hightower, jr.
Linda Susan Holder
Mary Louise Holliday
Marilyn Rose Honey
William Douglass Hope
Robert Markham Horton
Roy Wilson House
Sheridan Lynn House
Martha Melinda Hudgins
John Wayne Hunter
Nancy Grant Huntington
Floyd Hurt, jr.
Ralph Henry Husband, Jr.
Harry Boyd Ingle, II
Kathie Lee jarrell
J. Donald johnson, Ir,
Mary Yorke Johnston
joan Brantly Johnstone
Edwin Lee jones, III
Tommie jean jones
Daniel Charles Kaufman
Robert B. Kellogg
Vaiden Pearson Kendrick
Anastasie Kanela Kontos
Pamala Baker Koth
john Evans Ladley
Kathryn Bane Law
Susan Wiley Ledford
Ilow Waddell Leggett, jr.
William Murray Lineberger lll
Ruth Gwynn Little
Ruth Lynn Little
Linda Ann Lookalnill
Carol Zeigler Loring
Mary Wilhemina Lowe
Eddy Lee MacAleer
Wfilliam Paul Mallard
Caroline Armistead Martin
Judith Elizabeth Martin
james Clayton Massey
Harriet Iris Mayer
Maxine Sue Mayer
Michael Downs McAllister
Susan Love McCarty
james Stewart McCullough
Dorothy Ellen McDouglc
Wocmtls Monroe McGinn
William Bulgin McGuire, jr.
Alice Gibson McNeill
julian Curtis Meadows, Ill
Robert Dean Melton
Michael Grant Miller
William Boone Mitchell, jr.
Wiley Herbert Morrison, III
Elliot Rector Motley, IV
Girard joshua Myers, III
Miriam Anne Needham
Robert john Newlin
Frieda Rose Nordman
Thomas Edward Norman
Ralph Margon O'Hair
Arnett Stanton Oliver, jr.
Sally Ann O'Rourke
john Allen Otten, jr.
George Daniel Page
Margaret Kingslon Parker
johnny Mayo Phillips
jeffry james Pollock
Ann Beth Pressman
joyce Ann Ray
joseph Allen Renfroe
Monroe Hobson Ridenhour,
Manuel james Rogers, jr.
Betty Penny Rogers
Walton Worth Rogers
Constance Elinor Roper
Nancy Lynn Schwartz
Elizabeth Ann Sheppard
Kay Saville Sherrill
Cheryl Ellen Shipman
juclith Anne Shotwell
Graeme Hunter Shull
Robert Hubbard Sieburg
Michael Flynn Simon
john Arthur Skidmore
Dennis Eugene Smith
Sarah Laura Snyder
Harry Matthews Spoon
Frederick Evans Sprock, Jr,
Herschel Everett Stellings
Addison Dent Sullivan
Andrew DaVal Taylor, jr.
Henry Harold Thompson, Jr.
William Johnson Thrift, Jr.
james Brandon Thurman
Penelope Margaret Tonks
Roberta Diane Turner
jane Emaline Utley
Mary Patricia Vaden
Diana Hamilton Van Every
Nancy Lucinda Van Every
Alice Vickers Vaughn
Neil Howard Vener
Virginia Ross Venning
Marvin Howard Wallace
Robert Ferman Wardell
Sharon Arlene Weisman
Candace Carroll Welsted
Betty Lynne Whisnant
Anne Lee Whitlock
Agnes Ayers Whitton
Earle Howard Whitton
Robert Clark Whitton
Sally Hoppe Wiggins
Virginia Gay Wilkinson
Frances Gay Williams
Margaret Nell Williams
joseph Neely Williamson, III
Donavan Jordan Willis
Marva Anne Wisecarver
Larry William Witham
Charles Edward Wood, jr.
Marion Gordon Wood
Robert Bruce Wright
ifinhert Gilbert Sviffurh
JULY 6, 1940 - NOVEMBER 29, 1956
Our ,Aciiuiiied . .
Surely as all of us entered Myers Park, there were in our minds certain images of
ourselves a few years hence and in our hearts the hope that these dreams would
some day become reality. And in a variety of ways they did . . . as we served on the
student council . . . saw our writing in print . . . were inducted into an idolized
club . . . made our debuts on the stage. These were the highlightsg yet perhaps
more meaningful were the many hours spent working on various Y-Teen and
Hi-Y projects . . . taking part in athletic events either by participating or by
attending . . . serving on various committees . . . enjoying the vast music program
at Myers Park. And all the while beneath this surface-as our parents viewed them
-those dreams and their fulfillment were making indelible imprints on our
character and our personalities as, through these activities, we freely gave and
even more freely received from our school. Our dreams of nthe past have truly
flourished . . . materialized. We have grown and matured, as Myers Park High
School has made us capable of cherishing more beautiful dreams . . . more
beneficial dreams . . . believing that they will come true . . . as
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THE MUSTANGIS 1957 RACE AGAINST time and deadlines
began long before school opened in September and gained
momentum as hurdle after hurdle was reached and cleared,
not always on the first try.
There were pictures to be made . . . "Hey, George!"
"Say peacherf' "Buddy, where are you?" "When does the
Latin Club meet ?"
There were pictures to be identified . . . "Can anyone
tell these twins apart?" "What grade is he in ?" "I had
that picture just a minute ago."
There were ads to be sold . . . "Hello, Mr. Smith,
I'm from the Myers Park MUSTANG .... "
There were articles to be written, copy to be corrected
. . . "Where is your write-up ?" "Does anyone know how
to spell this girl's name?" mls it !a0y'.f or boys?"
There were hundreds of deadlines . . . "Catharine, we're
going to lock you in the closet if you don't finish those
sketches by Thursday." "We mmf have those pictures!"
"Smile, everybody, smile!"
Winning the race meant work, but our work was our
fun. All were striving for a yearbook that would equal
the high standards of our school. There were smooth
stretches and the inevitable bumps along the road, but
the racers stayed mounted and made it over the finish line
to give you - the 1957 MUSTANG.
BRINGING THE MUSTANG DOWN THE HOMESTRETCH ARE:
Mr. G. Leslie Browne, Burifzerr Ad1!iI01',' jane Arthurs,
Editor-izz-Cbief,' Mary Hunter Kennedy, Actiuiliey Edit01','
Charles Lucas, Adrfertiring Mmzagerg Catharine Lucas, Art
Editorf Cleone Blair, Featurer Ediiorg Jean Mauldin, Clair
Ediz'01',' Buddy Spoon, Plaotogmpben' Bill Montgomery,
BZl.ffl7C'J.Y illalzagerg Margaret Carpenter, Girly' S lD01'f.f
Editory Leighton McGinn, Boyr' Sporlr Edilorg Miss
Gordon Freeman, Editorial Adviror.
THE EDITORIAL STAFF PLAN TO MAKE THE '57 MUSTANG THE BEST YET. Mary Hunter Kennedy, KEEPING FINANCES IN ORDER FOR THE
Cleone Blair, Catharine Lucas, Miss Freeman, Jane Arthurs, Leighton McGinn, Margaret Carpenter, MUSTANG, Charles Lucas, Mr. Browne, and
and Jean Mauldin. Not pictured Ethel Gilmour, Assistant Editor. Bill Montgomery are hard at work.
THE 1957 MUSTANG is THE RESULT of the work and
cooperation of many students at Myers Park. In addi-
tion to the eight major staff members, forty-two
students were enrolled in fifth- and sixth-period an-
nual classes. These staff members were assigned to
the particular section of their choice and worked
closely with the section editor in planning lay-outs
and theme suggestions.
A highly successful subscription campaign was due
to the fifty-one homeroom representatives who sold
annuals and collected payments, and the advertising
staff depended to a large extent on the line work of
"WHICH ONE-SHALL WE INVADE NEXT?" Charles Lucas, Advertising
Manager, Christine Farnan, George Archer, May Wells Janes, Robin
Roberson, Martha Hackney, Harriet Hester, Bill Taylor, Assistant.
ten volunteers who sold one hundred ads in their
free time and helped secure sponsorships.
Many other talented individuals were tapped for
much-needed assistance in art work, photography,
picture identification, club write-ups, and other small
but vital services.
A special indebtedness goes to the faculty, and
especially the English teachers, who were so gracious
and helpful in their assistance during individual
picture-taking and in picture sales.
Truly, this year's MUSTANG is the embodiment of
the spirit and cooperation of the entire school.
THE MUSTANG'S BEST PROMOTERS, THE HOMEROOM REPRESENTA-
TIVES: Firsf row: Mary Lucas, Nancy Heath, Libby McNeely, Letty
McDonald, Katy Carpenter, Lynn McGarity, Merrie Marcotte, Anna
Wesley Beddingfield. Second row: Susan Barnette, Carolyn Schwam,
Polly Ann Picket, Susan McCarty, Gail Adams, Denise DuBose, Virginia
Anderson, Loretta Stafford, Marianna Proctor, lleene Silvers, Hannah
Sue Hamer, Betty Mraz. Third row: Arnold Shaw, Frank Dove, Fred
Austin, Mike Gilbert, Jimmy Little, K. Smith, Gayle Rogers,
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CHECKING OLD ANNUALS FOR NEW IDEAS FOR FEATURES. Jo Anne IDEAS, LAY-OUTS, DUMMY, AND PICTURES-THEY PLAN ALL THESE
Miller, Sherlie Love, Judith Atkins, Marnie Rogers, Assistant Features AND MORE FOR ACTIVITIES. Fran Jermon, Non Hemphill, Assistant
Activities Editor, Susan Alexander, Lee Harmon, Lebby Rogers, and
Editor, and Katy McCanless.
"THlS BOY'S PICTURE WILL BE IN CLASSES THREE TIMES IF WE'RE
NOT CAREFUL!" Nancy Patten, Sistie Bootwright, Anne Sullivan, Sally
Spratt, Jackie Helin, and Charlie Waters.
"ISN'T THERE SOME WAY WE CAN POSE A PICTURE OF THAT
GAME?" Tondo Taylor, Assistant Girls' Sports Editor, Margaret Carpen-
ter, Girls' Sports Editor, Leighton McGinn, Boys' Sports Editor, ond lush
Thomas, Assistant Boys' Sports Editor.
"ONE-SIXTEENTH OF AN INCH THE TABLES TURN as Buddy Spoon,
OVER . . ." Lynndy Logue, Assistant Chief Photographer, and Bill Carr BUSY FINGERS TYPE OUR COPY.
' " ' """ """"""'t have their pictures made, Katherine Potts and Sallie Marcotte.
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LITTLE DoEs THE AVERAGE STUDENT REALIZE what goes
into the make-up of his bi-weekly issue of the MYER-
SPARK. The finished product is the result of many hours
of planning and work: stories are assigned and written,
ads are sold, copy is checked and typed, the lead print is
set, proofs are checked and re-checked, headlines are
written, pages are made up, final adjustments and checks
are made, and finally the paper is sent to press. Excited and
weary journalists exclaim, "We have been to press!" But
before they can catch their breaths, the individual copies
are ready for folding and circulating. Thus, another copy
of the 'Spark appearsg but rest assured that the same
busy schedule is well underway for the succeeding issue.
It is a never ending task!
r.mua neroerr Margaret Goldsborough Butch Rogers Cynthia Hyatt Ann Ross Abbey Betty Mraz
News Editor Feature Editor Sports Editor Business Manager Assistant Business Advertising Ma
FIRST YEAR REFORTERS LOOK OVER THEIR OWN NEWSPAPERS: Bonnie Currie, Pat Stallings, Dottie
Leggett, Jack St h ' ' '
ep ens, Dee Dee Elliot, Mrnette Conrad, Linda Mayo,
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This year the MYERSPARK staff has endeavored to
maintain superior standards in our newspaper by pre-
senting the news in an interesting style through the best
in student writing. Most important of all, they have
endeavored to represent the reader and his opinions.
The twelve-page monstrosity at Christmas, the crazy
mixed-up April Fool's issue, the reminiscent graduation
issue, and fifteen others-these made up the 1957 issues
of the 'Spark. The staff has thoroughly enjoyed its workg
and feeling that its efforts have been well spent, it hopes
the results have been enjoyable.
And another 'Spark is out!
Julia Doar Judy McManus Catharine Lucas Joanna Risdon Billy Trapp Marjorie Cowell
Class Editor Exchange Editor Art Editor Promotion Manager Assistant Advertising Assistant Advertising
Mrs. Ramona Potter
REPORTERS SCOOP SCHOOL SECRETS: Billy Starr, Ann Chambless, Mary Frances Leak, Gail Polk, Warren Kennedy.
Senior High Student Euuncil
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THE HANDS or THE CLOCKS in Myers Park have
ticked away many hours of work by the Senior High
Student Council, both during and after school. Under
the inspiring leadership of Dr. Horner, the Council,
composed of the four officers, committee chairmen,
homeroom representatives, and class presidents,
worked diligently to better their school and to unify
the student body. Outstanding achievements for the
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year were the publication and distribution of the
first school handbook, "Information Please," the
helping of a needy family at Christmas, and the
sponsoring of the three main dances-Homecoming,
Christmas, and Valentine. The loyalty and unseltish
service of the Student Council have made this year
outstanding in every way.
JUST ENOUGH TIME TO FINISH DECORATING, EAT SUPPER, AND TINSEL, CREPE PAPER, THE BELL, AND HARD WORK-THE WINNING
COME BACK TO CHEER for Catharine Lucas, Anne Sullivan, Harry COMBINATION FOR A WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS DANCE! Boyce Rich,
Smith, Marilyn Connor, Chairman of the School Spirit Committee, and Kay Hart, Chairman of the Dance Committee, Becky Weathers, Johnny
Larry Smith. Hunter, Ruthlee Phillips, Sue Lane, Lois Copeland, Sylvia Abernathy.
THE OFFICERS LEAD THE GROUP WHO DIRECT SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Bobby Stone, Treasurer, Carroll Rogers, Secretary, Judy
Harris, Vice-President, Ken Oliver, President. First row: Robert Dugan, Sue Hull, Hal Beaver, Goody Thomas, Chan Richards,
Victor Burg, Punch Harris, Julia Ann Hunt, Walter Dellinger. Second row: Jane Manson, Marilyn Connor, Cecil Baldersan, Ann
Dillard, Allan Gravely, Billy Ashendorf, Zach Thomas, Ralph Timrnerman, George Titlow, Bill Taurtellot, Wade Blackvyelder, Mike
Shulman, Mary Hunter Kennedy. Third row: Margaret Goldsborough, Lucy Barnes, Mary Lib Van Every, Ethel Gilmour, Kay
Hart, Judith Atkins, Graham Allison, Dean Lowe, Bill Taylor, Rob Abernathy, Jackie Helin, Antie Selle, Charlie Waters.
TRAFFIC COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN ALLAN GRAVELY GIVES A TICKET WORKING ON ANOTHER SIGN FOR THE CAFETERIA: Jackie Helin, May
FOR OVERLOADINGI Ben Gravely, Jimmy Williams, Frank Anders, David Wells Jones, Cynthia Hyatt, Larry Smith, Mariana Proctor, Joan Sandler,
Price, Jerry Clegg, Barton Richards, Allan Cash, Voris Brookshire. Jean Mauldin, Anne Cowan, and Leta Kendall.
Leading the Homecoming Parade . . .
DURING THE HOT, LAZY DAYS or AUGUST, nine loyal, school-
spirited girls worked long hours learning new cheers, polishing
old ones, and synchronizing their motions. Because of their pep
and enthusiasm, school spirit reached an all-time highg the
teams were encouraged to new victories and honors.
Ellen Rose Rulhlee Phillips Ann Snyder Mary Hunter Kennedy
The Myers Park cheerleaders, with the invaluable
guidance of their sponsor, Miss Martha Akers, formed
a closely knit group which shared many exciting and
THE CHEER CLUB
C roll Rogers Gretchen Marsh
"Mustangs . . . Fight!"
Miss Martha Akers
Lydia Willard ur
Junior High Student Ifliilrlrtil
Commie DeCamp, Dance Committee.
nm vvellroru Sally McKoig Buddy DuBose Trudge Herbert
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN DISCUSS PLANS FOR THE YEAR. - . '
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HILL WELLFORD PRESIDES AT A TYPICAL JUNIOR HI H
THE JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL had il busy and
successful year sponsoring several open houses, three
dances, and the election of class officers. By means of
the monitor system they made much progress in better-
ing the standards of conduct and citizenship in the
junior high grades, especially in the cafeteria.
The council is composed of four officers and twenty-
one homeroom representatives. Miss Sara jones is the
l G STUDENT COUNCIL MEETING. First row: Shirley Spratt, Susan Nclumoff, Nancy Rouzer,
Buddy DuBose, Sally McKalg, Trudge Herbert, Rosann Alexander, Dot Frost, Brenda Bethel. Second row: Miss Sora Jones, Advisor, Fay Walters, Jeannie
Pharr, Susan Hall, Helen Brokhoff, Cammie DeCamp, Dick Ransom, Scott Summers, Hugh Huntington, Jimmy Ruvburn, Brin-h Alllefm cmfafl.. :...A-f.
THEIR VIM, VIP, AND VIGOR LEAD ON T0 VICTORY! Ann Cordle Donna Woodside Sandra Summerville Sally McKaig Jmger Allison Head Cheer
leader, Nancy Willard, Linda Summerville, Mebane McDonald, Alma Cordle Cathy Nwens Mascot
Junior High Cheerleaders
"WERE GONNA FlGH'1'lH was the theme of the
junior High Cheerleaders from 1956 to 1957.
Yes, they kept this cheer going when they were
winning, losing, or tied with their opponent.
Practicing throughout the month of August,
attempting to teach the mascots to cheer, selling
booster cards at 7:45 in the morning, providing
buses for the games away from Myers Park,
and sponsoring parties for the teams showed
hard work on the part of these nine little jump-
Good sportsmanship, teamwork, eating to-
gether before games, and sharing their ideas
an ro ems at ractices wit t eir a visor,
cl p bl p h h cl
Miss Sifford, made these nine individuals one
big, closely united family.
Giving their boys the strength that they need
To curry the ball and give them the lead'
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, S V,, it if lN THE BPUTLIGHT'
' I' UNDER THE DIRECTION or FRED SITTON, the Limelighters
' ' ' ' held the spotlight with four dramatic productions. The
season began In September with Tennessee Williams The
'i 'f2"'f4 'I Qfs' f frr- Glam Meflflgerze featuring Jeannette Harrison, Mary Wil-
M'- Ffed SW" M'- HOV' M'C""'2" son Paul Gold and Robert Du an. November introduced
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the production of Thornton Wilder's Our Town, which
utilized the acting talents of Ed McGee, Vonette Massey,
Tootsie Sheppard, Stewart Wluite, Amon Liner, and Harry
and Larry Smith. Paul Gold played the coveted role of
the Stage Manager. In February the Limelighters pre-
sented Andre Obey's Noah and introduced a new group
of thespians. John Kennedy, Tommy Thomas, May Wells
jones, David Burns, Lynn Flowe, Robin Roberson, Frankie
McDonald, and Sue Hull assumed major roles in the
production along with Robert Dugan, a veteran Lime-
lighter. Mary Dale and Dottie Leggett set the pace for a
group of dancers, most of whom made an initial appear-
ance on the boards at Myers Park High School. The
month of May served as a finale to the active group who
chose The Taming of the Shrew for the annual Shakes-
JEANNETTE HARRISON ..... . . .,... Preridefzz Pearean Production.
ED MCGLE """" ' ""Vlm'P"e'Wdwt The Limelighters won three of the twelve "Highest
JOANNA RISDON - - ------ SW"fM"J' Awards" given at the Carolina Dramatic Association
JEAN FULLERTON . . . .T1'ea.rz11'e1' Festival at Chapel Hill.
R'OBERT PORTRAYS THE GRIEF-STRICKEN HUSBAND IN "OUR TOWN." THREATENED BY THE SAVAGE, NOAH'S FAMILY STANDS BACK IN
Flrst row: Sue Hull, Frank McDonald, Vonette Massey, Jeannette Harri- TERROR. John Kennedy, Tammy Thomas, David Burns, Robert Dugan,
son. Second row: Robert Sargent, Margie Martin, Tommy Thomas, Marv Robin Roberson, Sue Hull, May Wells Jones, Lynn Flowe, Frank
Rutledge Crayton, Antje Selle, Kneeling: Robert Dugan. McDonald.
"He went as tar away as that moon, Son . . ," In "Noah" Sue seeks to comfort the children Jeannette pleads for one loving glance in Our
soys Jeannette Harrison to Poul Gold in "The as they gather around her. Robin Roberson, Town." Tootsie Sheppard, Jeannette Harrison
Gloss Menagerie." Sue Hull, Moy Wells Jones, Lynn Flowe.
. . UN THE EPUT .
A Nlzxv LILJHTING sYs'ri3M installed in the Little Theater
Room and the Cafeteria contributed a great deal of enthu-
siasm in the technical ranks of the Limelighters. Ed McGee
and Van Giersch lent their talents to the new switchboard
during the multi-cued Glam' Memzgeiie as jean Fullerton
concentrated on two turntables for sound and a multitude
Om' Town initiated the new theater accommodations in
the Cafeteria. jean Fullerton exercised an iron glove back-
stage in her technical duties. She was ably assisted by
David Burns, Pete Elliott, and joe Williainson. Millard
Hair served as lighting technician for the show.
Noah posed a problem from the start. Three settings
were constructed by the Production Class for the small
"Why don't we just spend the night here?"
stage of the Little Theater room. Trallic confusion pro-
vided by seventeen members of the cast was controlled by
the assistant to the director, jean Fullerton, as flats and
platforms were shudled by John Gravitte, joe Brunson and
members of the cast. Paul Gold left the boards for back-
stage duty in assembling the .electronic devices for pro-
ducing a multitude of sounds accompanying the flood.
Paul was given moral support by Karen McKinnon. Chore-
ography for Noah introduced the talents of joe Helms,
Dottie Leggett, and Mary Dale in devising dances which
contributed much to the pace of the play.
The annual Shakespearean production, The Taming
of Ike Sluerzf, was produced out-of-doors on the cafeteria
terrace. Every member of the Limelighters was pressed
into service to bring a climax to a full year of drama.
SEHVllIE...THElH HEY TU SUEEE55
THESE KEY CLUB MEMBERS FORM THEIR "KEY TO SUCCESS": Front
to back: Buddy Spoon, Billy Ashendorf, Charles Lucas, Leighton Mc-
Ginn, Phil Johnston, Zach Thomas, Jimmy Caldwell, Paul Ervin, Mike
Shulmon, Bob Johnston, Bill Montgomery, Bill Taylor, Skipper Kugler.
Clockwise: Joe Soldoti, Linton Wray, Billy Stephenson, Lynwood
Mallard, David Creech, Ken Oliver, Don McNeill, Rob Abernathy,
Harry Jones, Mr. Olechovsky, Advisor, John McAuley, Harrison Well-
ford, Jim Whitehead, Bobby Stone, Pat Curry, David Gilmour, Herb
Guettler, Finley Lee, Charles Powell. Extreme right, first row: Charles
Waters, President, Pat Gregory, Secretory. Second row: Graham Allison,
lreaziiireijrg Verner Stanley, Governor of the North and South Carolina
ey u s.
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WE BUILD. This year, as in years past, the Key
Club has worked to achieve a goal so ably named
in its motto. This building took place in many
forms and activities.
For the school the members worked in the con-
cession stand during football season. At out-0f-
town football games there was always a good stu-
dent representation because the Key Club spon-
sored buses to carry students. At Christmas the
Club presented every student a city directory of
high school students. '
For the community the Club provided ushers for
the Ice Capades. During the Holiday Season they
gave presents to an underprivileged family. In the
spring they were host to the Carolinas, Key Club
To carry out many projects, boys of the highest
calibre are needed. Myers Park's Key Club has
pride in the high standards of leadership, citizen-
ship, sportsmanship, and scholarship it upholds.
"ONE FOR YOU, TWO FOR ME," says BUTCH ROGERS, Chairman of
the Key Club Directory Committee to committee members Charles
Waters and Ken Oliver.
KEY CLUB SCRAPBOOK COMMITTEE MEMBERS Skipper Kugler, Don
McNeill, Buddy Spoon, Co-Chairman, Zach Thomas, Co-Chairman, and
Bill Montgomery inspect their work.
5EPrVlEE...THElll SYMBUL U17 EUUU WILL
THE AIM or THE GIRL AMBASSADORS is to serve
their school and community, and all of the activities
for the year have been centered around this ideal.
At the beginning of school they gave their
annual new girls' tea. During the football season
the members made and sold tassels before all of
the football games. Groups of Ambassadors visited
the Methodist Home regularly to cheer the elderly
folks living there, and at Christmas they heartily
supported the Student Council's project of helping
needy families. They also spread the joyous Christ-
mas spirit when they went caroling one rainy night.
Certainly they have lived up to their motto, "Duty
makes us do things wellg love makes us do them
Making tassels to sell at the next football game . . .
"I'm Dreaming of a While Christmas!"
GIRL AMBASSADORS GATHER 'ROUND: Front row: Libba Herbert,
Vice-Presidentg Evelyn Faires, Presidentg Betty Mraz, Treasurer. Inner
row: Gwen Neiman, Anne Way, Cynthia Hyatt, Anne Cowan, Harriet
Hester, Phyllis Boone, Jo Ann Mathis, Bonnie Currie, Patsy Tobin,
Margaret Goldsborough, Patsy Morton, Eleanor Allen, Betty Boston,
Judy Harris, Melinda Rose, Sue Hull, Robbie Brashear, Carolyn Mc-
Clain, Mary Leach Elmore, Susan Alexander, Antje Selle, Marilyn
Connor, Boyce Rich, Julia Doar, Betty Lau Couch. Outer row: Sandra
Springs, Joanna Risdon, May Wells Jones, Sally Lambeth, Betsy
Wilson, Carroll Rogers, Ann Snyder, Tootsie Sheppard, Lee Harmon,
Phyllis Blankenship, Marcia Gay, Mary Hunter Kennedy, Catharine
Lucas, Ann Ross Abbey, Anne Sullivan, Margaret Carpenter, Margery
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Cynthia Hyatt and Ann Ross Abbey serve Mr. J. P.
Hackney, President of the P. T. A., and Mrs.
Hackney al' the barbecue.
"Look at this one! Let's keep it!"
HARD-WORKING SENIOR Y-TEENS PAUSE IN FRONT OF L. A. First row
Lctq- Kendall, Sue I-lull, Molly Summers, Mary Cotter, Cynthia Hyatt:
Marla Jammer, Jackie Helm, Marnie Rogers, Anne Cowan, Lynne Thal-
heimer, Gwen Neiman, Janet Jordan. Second row: Phyllis Blankenship,
SENIOR Y-TEEN OFFICERS POSE ON THE STAIRWAY OF SUCCESS: Phyllis
Blankenship, President, Betsy Wilson, Vice-President, Leta Kendall, Secre-
tary, Janet Jordan, Assistant Secretary: Marilyn Connor, Treasurer, Anne
Way, Sergeant-at-Arms, Margery Speir, Sergeant-at-Arms.
TH13 Y-TEEN CLUB is a world-wide inter-faith organiza-
tion sponsored by the Young Women's Christian Associa-
tion of America. Its purpose is to build a national
fellowship of girls devoted to the task of realizing in
our common life those ideals of personal and social
living to which we are committed by our faith in God.
During the 1956-57 school year, the Y-Teens of Myers
Park High School have been a part of many community-
aid projects. Examples of their work were aiding in the
Hungarian Relief fund, helping the March of Dimes at
its convention and with its sale-projects, and providing
food and clothing for many underprivileged families.
As a service club, the Y-Teens have given time and
effort toward upholding the worthy name of their school.
Sandra Springs, Jo Anne Huff, Jean Edwards, Carolyn Taylor, Margery
Speir, Ann Ross Abbey, Boyce Rich, May Wells Jones, Marilyn Connor,
Marie Harris, Anne Way. Third row: Libba Herbert, Avery Westmoreland,
Kay LaFerney, Nan Hemphill, Jean Mauldin, Joy Zeigler.
"THEIR STRENGTH IS IN THEIR NUMBER." First row: Kay Ulmer, President, Dottie Cass, Vice-President, Lucy Barnes, Secretary, Cynthia Mantiply,
Treasurerg' Barbara Chavis, Sergeant-at-Arms. Second row: Claire Petersen, Virginia Blackwood, Nancy Bost, Ramelle Watterson, Janet Hawkins,
Frances Pilcher, Dottie Groyson. Third row: Sandra Bassett, Koky Wolf, Jocelyn Palmer, Phyllis Boone, Lindo Hagen, Judy Wooten, Beth Hamilton,
Pat High, Fourth row: Margaret Holdforth, Annette Bivens, Myra Steele, Robbie Sams, Jane Torbet, Phyllis Overcarsh, Ann Daniels, Bonnie Shubkin, Sue
Sprock.-Fitth.row: Melinda Rose, Mary Leach Elmore, Janette Bivens, Mimi Levi, Ann Brannon, Ann Chambless, Prissy Thomas, Peggy Wiriden, Somrnie
Vermillion. Sixth row: Nancy Paley, Coral Elting, Carolyn Noumotf, Mary Stokes, Louise Beatty, Peggy Campbell. Seventh row: Lindo Barnett, Lebby
Rogers, Ann Sherrill, Ann Campbell, Ruthlee Phillips, Robbie Broshear, Susan Douglas, Eileen Breeden. Eighth row: "Jo" Price, Ethel Gilmour, Mervine
Reed, Mary Costner, Sue Lane, Molly Pipkin, Lois Copeland, Betty Brown. Ninth row: Sistie Bootwright, Judy Rhodes, Judy Trapp, Betsy Melasky,
Joan Sandler, Ann Morrison, Judy Martin, Mary Cothron, Virginia Hill, Frances Foster, Mary Frances Leak, Pat Sloan, Gail Polk, Joretta Campbell,
Karen McKinnon, Pat Stallings,
Tenth grade Y-Teeners have collected food, clothes, toys, Eleventh grade Y-Teeners cover their "tree"
presents at Christmas-all for others! with soap for the Hungarians!
"RISING UP WITH HIGHER IDEALS": First row: Christine Farnan, President, Kay Elder, Vice-President, Darst Murphy, Secretary, Patsy Tobin, Treasurer.
Second raw: Susan Favor, Mary Hopping, Kathy Orlean, Alice Bornhill, Ann Barefoot, Agnes McKee, Beverly Kelly, Lois Smith, Sylvia Abernathy,
Peggy Wiley, Bunny4StancelI, Myrna Linker, Ellen Mayo, Sally Spratt, Alice Wheeler, Jeannie Glasgow. Third row: Caren Leffler, Gretchen Lettler,
Betty Campbell, Sheila Duncan, Agnes Binder, Pat Cotter, Bettye Cullen, Harriet Hester, Jane Holmes, Marcia Kerns, Jo Ann Noland, Lynne Hen-
derson, Mary Ann Little, Anne Obertell, Joanna Poulokos, Mary Frances Wheeler, Dianne Hunter, Suzanne Higgins. Fourth row: Charlotte Doggett,
Carole Hearn, Ann Moore, Kenny McArver, Corol Chaplin, Terry Taylor, Mary Cowell, Karen Koth, Katie Shelby, Barbara Willis, Kirby McCormick,
Ellen Ross, Margaret Miller. Fifth row: Judy Scruggs, Cynthia Boker, Trude Finman, Adele Hults, Ann Hults, Elisa Culbreath, Janice Short, Judy
McGrath, Jessica Cannon, Betsy Brockwell, Nancy Stickley, Judy Mathews, Anne Stratton, Gloria Tinsley, Marsha Cook, Dorothy Kuebler, Kitty Ann
Clark, Miss Turpin, Advisor.
THIS YEAR THE EIGHTH GRADE Y-TEENS had
many projects, but their most important one
was the wrapping of Christmas presents for
the children at the Spastic Hospital. Miss Imo-
gene Carter is the club's advisor.
EIGHTH GRADE Y-TEENERS INSPECT PRESENTS FOR THEIR
CHRISTMAS PROJECT: First row: Mariana Kuester, Vice-Presi-
dent, Corol Lane, Treasurer, Haynes Walker, Secretaryg Barbara
Martin, President. Second row: Nancy Collier, Nancy Rouzer,
Pam Glensor, Nina Tribble, Susan Naumaff, Carolyn Spoon, Kay
Munford. Third row: Kay Walters, Peggy Stokes, Betsy Benoit,
Blanche Willard, Peggy McNeal, Linda Bornhill, Ibbie Kenna,
Gail Adams, Daisy Fitch, Fourth row: Jane Kennedy, Susie
Brauch, Ann Morrison, Shirley Spratt, Ann White, Diane Crockett,
Gail Crowell, Kathy Dietler, Anna Peeler, Arnall Broach,
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Jr. High Y-Teens
THE NINTH GRADE Y-TEENS had as its main
projects selling booster cards and making toy
pillows for the Spastic Hospital. Mrs. Margaret
McKee1 was the club's advisor.
GETTING THE LATEST TIPS ON FASHION: First row: Tish Smith,
President, Linda Summerville, Vice-Presidentg Sally McKaig,
Secretaryg Martha Rogers, Treasurer. Second row: Ruthann Kilroy,
Sally Tathwell, Alice Mauzy, Frannie McClain, Martha Hackney,
Ellen Elrod, Rabbin Pleasants, Laurie Livingston, Rosalind Rollins,
Judy Nicholson. Third row: Betsy Glenn, Jane Mulwee, Carol
Stuckey, Mary Meade Owens, Ingrid Kemp, Joy Walker, Nancy
Heath, Nancy Lou Jones, Mary Stewart Rosenblatt, Helen St.
Clair, Jody Blackwell. Fourth row: Dianne Dessauer, Mary Lucas,
Cheryl Hoffman, Laurie Hurt, Betty Hemphill, Margaret Whitton,
Monie Argo, Merrie Marcotte, Becky Biggers, Ann Crosson,
Norma Nuttall, Mary Hamrick, Mrs. McKeeI, Advisor. Fifth row:
Gail Stephan, Sandra Anderson, Martha Ellen Mansfield, Ja
Laughlin, Minette Conrad, Joyce Mills, Betty Battle, Betsy Allen,
Betty McGuire, ,linger Allison, Linda Mayo, Betty Bush.
FORTY-ONE ENTHUSIASTIC GIRLS formed the
first seventh grade Y-Teen Club at Myers Park.
The group took part in many service projects.
Miss Annie Anthony is the club sponsor.
"EVERYBODY HAS T0 FILL OUT ONE OF THESE CARDS!" says
PRESIDENT ALICE CARR to SEVENTH GRADE Y-TEENERS. First
row: Jane Ann Coffey, Sandra Abernethy, Lynne Whisnant,
Harriet Burns, Judy Shotwell, Dot Frost, Patricia Eskridge, Kathie
Jarrell. Second row: Lynn Little, Pat Austin, Lucy Grasty,
Madeline Sonneborn, Darlene Hassler, Gina Venning, Dottie Mc-
Dougle, Candace Welsted, Joan Johnstone, Suzanne Bost. Third
raw: Carolyn Coon, Vicky Vaughn, Gwynn Little, Sandy Burr,
Terrell Boyle, Mariam Needham, Susan Barnette, Melinda
Hudgins, Fourth row: Miss Anthony, Advisor, Rasann Alexander,
Colleen Floyd, Linda Lookabill, Mary Yorke Johnston, Connie
Roper, Anne MacKinney, Katy Law, Gay Williams, Bippy Van
Every, Linda Holder, Kay Latimer.
THE GROWTH or H1-Y organ-
izations on the campus is a
tribute to the high ideals of
this national youth movement
sponsored by the Young Men's
Christian Association. Two clubs
are active at the present time-
a Sophomore and a junior Hi-Y
- and a ninth grade club is
being formed. These organiza-
tions, which are basically service
clubs, have contributed greatly
THE ELEVENTH GRADE HI-Y PAUSES BEFORE GETTING DOWN TO WORK. David Gilmour, Harrison
Wellford, Charles Powell, Jimmy Coldwell, Bobby Stone, Chaplin, Lynwood Mallard, Secretary, Bobby Hurd,
Vice-President, Paul Ervin, Presidentg Joe Kelley, Treasurer, Bill Taylor, Sergeant-at-Arms: Clayton Bundy,
Perry Allen, Ray Farris, Julius Bornhardt.
"Many hands make light work."
"A little bit goes a long way."
in time and effort to the prog-
ress of Myers Park.
Money raised by the members
has partially fmanced many stu-
dent projects and the members
themselves have served the
school in many capacities. Spon-
soring a car wash and the pre-
paring of Thanksgiving baskets
are just two examples of the
fund raising projects and the
utilization of such funds.
"ALWAYS LOOKING AHEAD": First row: Hal Beaver, Paul- Goodson, Spike Sp-igcner, Sccretaryj David
Underwood, Treasurer. Second row: John Soldati, Stewart White, Bill Messerly, Billy Skidmore. Third row:
Butch Gallagher, Billy Wallace, Bill Sanford, Bob Cardle, President.
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"THE BIG M'S": First row: McGinn, Secretary, Gregory, Presidentg Soldoti, Vice-President, Thomas, Treasurer, Second vow: Walker, Waller, P, Johnston,
Whelehel, Glersch, Sink, Advisory Givens, Balderson, Steele, Leffler, Driscoll. Third row: B, Gallagher, Houston, Burg, Goodson, Guerrant, Barnhardt,
Emmrich, Allison, J, Shuman, Caldwell, Creech, Fourth row: Wray, Gilmour, B. Johnston, L. Stanley, Powell, D. Shuman, Devereux, Stephan, Timmer-
mon, Wells, Maddock. Fifth row: Blucher, Bundy, Trapp, Brownell, Rogers, Mallard, Lee, Smith, Shulman, E. Gallagher, Ashendort, Sixth row: Willard,
Fox,.Renney, Anderson, Mansfield, Mason, P, Burns, Carr, V, Stanley, Jones, McDonald. Seventh row: Farris, Beaver, Bolcs, Pfohl, Stephenson, Galvin,
Harms, Wilburn, B. Burns, Currie.
L Monogram Club
THE MONOGRAM CLUB began this school year with
an unusually large club composed of seventy-five
members. As more and more boys won recognition
for athletic achievements, the membership swelled
to approximately one hundred and thirty members.
Pledges wearing green and White beanies survived
the initiation ceremonies and proudly joined the
ranks of the White sweater and green letter set.
Since the club is composed entirely of athletes, the
members voted to support the athletic fund with
proceeds from their main projects of selling booster
cards and operating the concession stand at home
basketball games. In addition to contributing to the
athletic fund, the club participated in the annual
Empty Stocking Fund and in various other programs
. at school. Certainly this has been a successful year
l for the boys who so proudly wear the colors and
"W"""' l' be?" monogram of Myers Park High School.
The Beanie Brigade
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GIRLS AT Mi'ERS PARK are sports-minded, too! This
year an enthusiastic group, tripling former years in
membership, has participated in a varied and interest-
ing program of activities. The Athletic Council,
composed of the Association officers, homeroom rep-
resentatives, and sports leaders, has met throughout
the year with an aim to meet the needs and interests
of every girl.
Whether for competition or enjoyment, this active
association of girls joined together in taking golf
lessons, swimming, bowling, playing tennis and
basketball. A major goal of the G.A.Afs was ful-
filled when members sold booster pennants and pins
during football and basketball seasons to further
school spirit and stimulate wide interest in all athletic
Officers Millie Field and Elizabeth Bowen
show how it's done!
"PARDON THE MUSCLESV' First row: Nash, Marcotte, Potts, J. Edwards, Foard, B. Edwards, Villas, Cotter, Stroud, Summers, Adams, Cass. Second
row: C. Cook, Foster, Harris, Welch, Morton, Beatty, Brown, Stafford, Campbell, Ward, Levi, Naumoff, Chambless, Burke, Jammer, Harrison, Spear.
Third row: Miller, Spratt, Barnett, Bassett, Thomas, Cooper, M. Cook, Connady, Kuebler, Breeden, Martin, Alexander, Cowell, Boone., Fourth tx-ow:
Huff, Graves, Croyton, Oliver, Bowen, Barnes, Shaw, Weeks, McGrath, McArver, Lambeth, Sullivan, Wall. Fifth row: Barefoot, Sherrill, Hamilton,
Hamer, Frost, Slaughter, Field, Hunt, Lineberger, Hunter, Mathews, Brannon.
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"It's true, Judy."
Senior Honor Society
Junior Honor Society
"I pledge . . ."
"LEADERSHIP, SCHOLARSHIP, CHARACTER, SERVICE . . ." First row: Anne Way,
Secretaryj Tootsie Sheppard, President, Margaret Carpenter, Vice-President. Second
row: Judy Harris, Morji Jammer, Jo Anne Huff, Kay LaFerney, Judith Atkins, Betsy
Wilson, Jackie Helin, Judy Bomburger, Janet Jordan, Jay Zeigler, Sue Hull, Mary
Hunter Kennedy, Third row: Charles Lucas, Larry Smith, Ralph Wesley, Ken Oliver,
Arthur Werts, Fred Buchan, Tom Best, Harry Smith, Charles Waters.
FIFTEEN PER CENT of the graduating class who have
shown outstanding qualities of leadership, service, char-
acter, and scholarship are tapped for membership in the
National Honor Society. The members Sponsor College
Day, support a coaching program, and present an Honor
THE NATIONAL JUNIOR HIGH HONOR SOCIETY upholds
scholarship, citizenship, service, character, and leadership.
Fifteen per cent of the ninth grade and five per cent of
the eighth grade students who fulfilled these qualifications
were tapped into membership.
TOP STUDENTS IN THE JUNIOR HIGH PAUSE JUST LONG ENOUGH FOR A PICTURE.
First row: Jim Deegon, Steve Bost, Jenny Smith, Secretary, Dick Ranson, Trecsurerg
Sally McKaig, Vice-Presidentj Rich Harris, President, Wally Horne, Tom Grant. Second
row: Monle Argo, Mary Meade Owens, Betty Hemphill, Meredith Clifton, linger Alli-
son, Helen Brokhoff, Susan Hall, Norma Whitehead, Susan Schwartz, Mary Lucas,
Jane Black. Third row: Tish Smith, Ann Crosson, Mary Hamrick, Becky Biggers, Bonnie
Burg, Chammie Hope, Dagmar Stoll, Laura Kissiah, Alice Stratton, Steve Seawright,
Rita Robertson, Mr. Olechovsky, Advisor.
TEACHERS OF TOMORROW PREPARE THEMSELVES. First row: Sandra Springs,
Secretaryp Ann Kelly, President, Harriett Nash, Vice-Presidentg Anne Way, Treasurer.
Second row: Mary Stokes, Barbara Chavis, Ann Chambless, Ann Daniels, Kay Brome-
Iing, Miss Anthony, Advisory Carolyn Naumoff. Third row: Ann Brannon, Dorcas
Lineberger, Judy McManus, Dee Dee Elliott, Mary Costner.
MEMBERS OF THE FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA have
fulfilled a vital need in our school by acting as substitutes.
Composed of aspiring teachers, this group participated in
programs designed to increase their knowledge and
understanding of the teaching profession and attended
the State F. T. A. Convention.
GIRLS INTERESTED IN bettering home, school, and com-
munity life formed a chapter of the Future Homemakers
of America this year. Their first project was collecting old
clothes, toys, and canned food for a needy family at
Christmas. Mrs. Janey Lyerly is the club's advisor.
"YOU MIX THIS WITH THAT AND GET?" First row: Jean Edwards, Vice-Presidenfg
Patty Blanton, Jean Mauldin, Bette Hunt, Secretaryg Marjorie Cowell, Presidentg Judee
Rivers, Dorcas Lineberger, Treasurer. Second row: Ileene Silvers, Harriett Stroud, Tootsie
Sheppard, Sandra Springs, Mary Lee Mathis.
Anne Way gets practical experience.
Future Teachers uf America
Future Humemakers ul America
"Just any old paper or hangers
for the F.H.A.'s."
"UN FLAMBEAU, JEANETTE ISABELLA . . ." First row: Kelleher, Miller,
Helms, Pilcher, Lucas, Sullivan, Jammer, Reed, Ulmer. Second row:
Finman, Willis, Cothran, Bromeling, D. Smith, Wooten, Tribble, Rose,
Roberson Villas Mantiply, Morton, Anderson, Third row: Graves,
Graham, ,Thomasi McCorkle, Prince, Stanley, L. Smith, H. Smith, Stoll,
THE FRENCH CLUB made its objective this year the
provision of a specific time and place for any students
of French to meet together and enjoy the language
by doing such things as singing songs and performing
skits in French. All members agree that the objective
was well fulnlled. Mrs. Catherine D. Cox is the
IN A ROOM decorated with bulllight posters and
Cuban Maracas, the Spanish Club meets monthly.
The unsuspecting student is likely to encounter
Mexican candy, or, at Christmas, a pinata stuffed
with prizes, The club also offers an opportunity for
students who have completed the course to keep
up with their Spanish.
'BUENO, BUENO!" Standing: Renni Dillard. First row: Joyce Bestgen,
Mervine Reed Second row: Donald McNeill, Judy Townend. Third row:
"M-M-M-M, C'EST SI BON!" First row: Palmer, Gilchrist, Rich, Hull.
Second row: Barnes, P. Harris, Dole, Bost, Marcotte, M. Harris, Cowan.
Third row: Blankenship, Daniels, Sandler, Foard, Taylor, Foster, Murray,
Atkins, St, Clair, Thalheimer, Rogers. Fourth row: Stroupe, Leak, Alexan-
der, Petersen, McManus, Holdforth, Thomas, High, Spicer, Smith. Fifth
row: Steele, Van Every, Gay, Hunter, Janes, Barnhardt, Petty, Gilbert,
Therrell, McGee, Lucas,
"OH, TO BE IN GAY PARIS!" Dottie Cass, Vice-President, Marnie Rogers
Secretoryg Anne Lipscomb, Presidenty Libbo Herbert, Treasurer.
"HABLA USTED ESPANOL?" First row: Janet Groven, Vice-President, Rennr
Dillard, President. Second row: Mervine Reed, Secretary, Moriorie Cowell
"REAL SPANISH CANDY, TOO!" First row: Marjorie Cowell, Nancy
Katie Carpenter, Jenny Jordan, Billy Ashenclorf. Fourth row: Doug Patton, Gwen Neiman, Molly Summers Miss Martha Akers, Advisor,
Galvin, Beverly Barksdale, Pat Givens.
Janet Graven. Second row: Ann Bostickj Jo Anne Huff, Lynn Gardner.
"BRITAIN EST INSULA." First row: Crouse, Bush, Tathwell, Blackwell,
Nicholson, Mansfield, M. Rogers, McNeely, Hunter. Second row: Mar
cotte, Mills, Allen, Mauzy, Graham, C. Leffler, G. Leffler, Bass, Lucas.
Third row: G. Rogers, Nuttall, Pleasant, Black, G. Smith, Kissiah, Owens,
Jones, McGrath, Bost. Fourth row: Sullivan, Deegan, Witham, Robertson,
Thigpen, Mahrick, Hackney, Kilroy,-B. Smith, Carson, Fifth row: Burk-
halter, Nolen, Sehorn, Battle, Murrell, Elliott, Rakow, Grant.
"LATIN IS NOT DEAD!" Officers Ralph Wesley, Vice-President, Sally
McKaig, Secretary, and Vic Burg, President plan one of their meetings.
UELABORATING ON THE VARIATIONS 0F A RECIPROCATING ENGINE"
are Hans Stoll, Secretaryg Fred Buchan, President, Bill Montgomery, Vice-
President, Don McNeill, Treasurer.
ENGINEERS GATHER TOGETHER AS MR. LANCASTER SPEAKS. First
SECOND YEAR LATIN STUDENTS POSE IN FRONT OF THEIR ROMAN
COLUMNS: First row: M. F. Wheeler, A. Wheeler, Wohlbruck, Mont-
gomery, Wall, Spratt, Currie, Second row: Lester, Stratton, Long, Hester,
Slaughter, Martin, Harrison, Hamer. Third raw: Strickland, Cook, Beaver,
Ervin, Higgins, McArver. Fourth row: Brietz, Duncan, Robinson, Newitt,
Needham, T. Smith, Gallagher, Spigener, D. Smith. Fifth raw: Cordle,
Wallace, Emrnrich, Straiton, Loring, Underwood, Wesley, Burg, O'Brien,
THE LATIN CLUB this year had the awe-inspiring
total of 500 members who were ably directed and
assisted by Mr. Olechovsky and Mrs. Wright. They
had two main projects: the Christmas Language
Festival and Latin Week in mid-spring.
Their year's activities closed with a banquet in
true Latin style.
THE ENGINEERS' CLUB was or anized with the ur-
pose of better acquainting its members with the
various fields and job opportunities in engineering.
At the club's bi-monthly meetings different engineers
of the city were present to discuss their respective
jobs. This year the club visited Southern Bell, Ameri-
can Cyanamid, and other industries of the city.
row: Russell -Ranson,-Skipper Kugler, Jimmy Caldwell, Don Rakow, VIEWING EQUIPMENT ON ONE OF THEIR FIELD TRIPS: First row:
Walter Franklin, Ronnie Tuttle. Second raw: Cecil Balderson, Leighton Richard Fuller, Glenn Robinson, Danny Baan, Bill Taylor, Paul Allen,
McGinn, Heath Carrier, Dennis Letfler, Brower Murphy. Third row: Charles Adams. Second row: Hubert Moorefield, John Byrd, Fred
Cutter Davis, Rob Abernethy, Mike Gilbert, Bob Miller, Jimmy Norman. Buchan, John McAuIey, AI Bellows, Hans Stoll, Tom Best.
THE MESSIAH: OUR FIRST MAJOR WORK! First row: Peggy Wiriden, Prissy Thomas, Doreen Frost, Grey Atkins Hunter, Vonette Massey, Cathy Harris,
Judy Alexander, Annette Wicker, Rosemary Blankenship, Barbara Chavis, Katherine Potts, Virginia Long, Carol Cathy. Second row: Dee Dee Elliott,
Avery Westmoreland, Kay LaFerney, Emma Kirkman, Kay Bromeling, Kay Turner, Joyce Bestgen, Harriett Nash, Joanne Strickland, Linda Vichesky,
Betty Boston, Tootsie Sheppard, Sandra Bassett, Anna Jean Mayhew, Third row: Charles Lucas, David Quackenbush, Paul Smith, Paul Potts, Jimmy
Little, Emory Lifsey, John McCorkle, Joe Soldoti, Jimmy Loven, K. Smith, Sandy Saunders. Fourth raw: David Pearce, Bob Nuttall, Jack Plummer, Bob
Tourtellot, Clarence Bell, Jimmy Dellinger, Al Bellows, David Creech, Don Shuman, Henry Parker, Bob Jewell.
"Joy to the World . . ."
VERsA'r1LE AND HARMONIOUS are apt descriptions
for this yearis Myers Park Chorus. Under the direc-
tion of Mr. Carl Cronstedt, they presented concerts
at the First Methodist Church, the First Presbyterian
Church, the Coliseum, and at school assemblies and
P. T. A. meetings. In addition, they presented broad-
casts over WBT and WIST. In April they entered the
North Carolina State Music Contest for the first time.
The most outstanding work of the organization
was their presentation of Handel's Messiah, ac-
companied by the high school orchestra. This talented
group is indeed a credit to our school.
Along with their musical work, the Chorus also
enjoyed good fellowship at several parties and a
"Once more, now."
BU 5' lfilee
"ALL EYES HERE-CHIN5 DOWN!" First row: Bob Nuttall, Emory Lifsey, Charles Lucas, David, Quackenbush
Henry Walker, Jimmy Loven. Second row: Bob Tourtellot, K. Smith, Paul Potts, Paul Smith, John Mc-
Corkle, Joe Soldati, Don Shuman, David Pearce. Third row: Jimmy Little, George Collins, Sven Thulin
Clarence Bell, Alfred Bellows, Jimmy Dellinger, David Creech, Bob Jewell, Jack Plummer.
EACH DAY during sixth period, members of the Boys'
Glee Club met and combined their talents in what
they fondly called music.
Under the skillful guidance of Mr. Carl Cronstedt,
who was faced with the task of blending the various
parts into a harmonious whole, the group advanced
daily toward greater perfection.
The diligent work of its members was mixed with
wholesome fun to make the Glee Club very worth-
Junior High Chorus
THIS YEAR produced the largest junior High Chorus
in the history of Myers Park High School-a total of
190 voices. The students were divided into two
different sessions and met every other day. From the
"DO, RE, ME, FA .... " First raw:
Anna Beddingfield, Dianne Dessauer,
Penny Carter, Donna Woodside,
Meredith Norton, Nick Griffin, George
Burkhalter, Charles Connealy,
Betsy Glenn, Carol Stuckey, Joan Reed,
Nancy Heath, Terry Flynn.
Second row: Sandra Anderson, Nancy
Majors, Sandra Gravitte, Anne
Cordle, George Hawes, George
Goodyear, Dick Rhyne, Judy Witham,
Cornelia Graham, Margaret Whitton.
Third row: Joy Walker, Monie Argo,
Naomi Camp, Scott Summers,
Eddie West, Joe Goodson, Barbara Ann
Hamilton, Anne Holliday, Caroline
Shiver, Fourth row: Frances Ellen
Walker, Kathy Moores, Ellen Elrod, Rick
Morgan, Dick Ranson, Sandra
Summerville, Jane Mulwee, Linda
Summerville, Ann Crosson.
Fifth row: Ingrid Kemp, Martha Rogers,
Susan Schwartz, Jinger Allison,
Dagmar Stoll, Jane Black, Alma Cordle,
Cheryl Hoffman, Frannie McClain,
large chorus, forty members were chosen to attend
the state music contest in Greensboro, where they
won meritable recognition.
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From rented fields to our own stadium . . . from A.G. at night
to our modern gym . . . from underdogs to state champions: these
the heights to which Myers Park has risen in the past few years.
Six short years ago the football team dressed in the teachers' lounge
the basketball team practiced away from school . . . the trophy
case was bare: these were the obstacles to overcome.
The early teams-four including junior high-were like the
facilities, bad. Now grown to thirteen teams we have state champions .
golf . . . tennis . . . track . . . cross country. Our basketball team is
one of the best in the state . . . our football team, the strongest ever.
Our first player in the Shrine Bowl . . . many All-City players . .
a trophy case bulging with golden hardware: these typify a gangling
colt grown into a steaming, puffing, dangerous Mustang . . . as
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MYERS PARK's MIGHTY MUSTANGS steam-rolled
through an 8-2 season. This far surpassed any pre-
vious season as the MUSTANGS showed the power
they had hoped for in other years.
The season opened rn the brand new Myers Park
Stadrum on September erghth wrth a 60 wrn over
a surprrsrngly strong North Mecklenburg eleven A
hard hghtrng MUSTANG eleven fell to tradrtronal
rrval Central 26 0 a score whrch drd not truly reflect
the flghtrng sprrrt of the Steeds
Once more rn strrde Myers Park breezed past
East wrth a score of 19 7
In the all rmportant game wrth undefeated Hard
mg the MUSTANGS were unable to overcome the
Rams attack gorng down by 240 rn the game
whrch decrded the GCAA champronshrp
Myers Park next traveled to Burlrngton where rn
.1 rarny excrtrng game the MUSTANGS downed
AAA Burlrngton 266 Comrng from behrnd early
rn the first quarter they ran wrld over the held
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MP 0 .................... ' - 26
MP 19 .................... ' ' . 7
MP O ................ .... H arding 24
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in for the kill.
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'The MUSTANGS had a night's work in putting
down the Indian attack of West, 20-12, winning the
game in the last quarter, after losing an early lead.
Monroe fought gamely, going down by only one
A cold, wet crowd saw the MUSTANGS sneak by
AAA Rock Hill 6-0, this ruining their homecoming.
The Steeds were not to be denied in their home-
coming game against Granite Falls. Before a wildly-
cheering "throng of MUSTANG supporters, the
Steeds scored a 6-O victory.
Closing their season in knee-deep mud, the Park-
ers defeated Mooresville, 13-0.
The uwinningest MUSTANGS ever" were led by
Shrine Bowler Pat Gregory, Most Valuable Player
Award, Butch Rogers, Outstanding Back Award,
Morrison Divine, Outstanding Lineman Award, and
Jimmy Brownell, Sportsmanship Award.
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Ed Gallagher George Harris Joe Johnson Emory L f y
y Mansfield Lowell Mason Leighton McGinn Bill Skid
Joe Soldati Steve Steele Linton Wray
MP 20 .... .............. W est Meck. 12
MP 7 .... .... M onroe 6
MP 6 .... .... R ock Hill 0
MP 6 .... .... G ranite Falls 0
MP 13 "" "" M Oofesville 0 Steele, Hardin, Skidmore, and Lifsey Captain Pat Gregory prepares to p
look on with mixed emotions.
Ly od Mallard Jimmy Mooney Morrison Divine David Underwood David Creech
Billy Ashendorf Duncan Morton
H vJo s RoblS II
Zach Thomas Verner Stanley Ralph Timmerman J
MP 61 .... .... G astonia
MP 58 .... .... C eutral
MP 66 .... .... G astonia
MP 78 .... .... C entral
MP 65 .... .... A lbemarle
MP 49 .... .... S alisbury
MP 67 .... .... W adesboro
MP 59 .... .... H ickory
MP 69 .... .... W est
MP 56 .... .... A sheville
. . . .East
. . . .North
. . . .Harding
. . . .East
. . . .Hickory
. . . .Wadesboro
. . . .West
. . . .Asheville
. . . .Harding
. . . .North
Ralph Timmerman, Duncan Morton
Harry Jon , and Za h Thomas
mov in f th b u d
Zach Thomas goes p f fh h t
WITH RETURNING LETTERMEN Billy Ashendorf,
Doug Galvin, Harry jones, Verner Stanley, Robert
Summerville, and Jim Whitehead, the MUSTANGS
had the material for another successful season.
Myers Park's completing a tough twenty-game
schedule with an 11-9 record showed the cagers
had the will to win.
Gastonia, a strong AAA team, played host to the
MUSTANGS in the opening game of the season.
A nip-and-tuck battle saw Gastonia edge the Parkers
by one point, 62-61. Later the same week, Myers
Park hosted the Central WILDCATS in a game
which gave the Centralites a 61-58 victory.
Gastonia visited the Myers Park campus to drop
the third game of the season 66-61. In quick succes-
sion Asheville downed the MUSTANGS 44-36, East
defeated Myers Park 60-58, North dropped an im-
portant game 68-61.
In the Coliseum, Myers Park met the Harding
RAMS in a game which saw slow play and accurate
shooting, the RAMS taking the game by a score of
As the season progressed, Myers Park racked up
five additional wins against two losses. The winning
stretch saw East downed 65-53, Hickory, by 66-52g
Wadesboro, by 79-61g and West, by 71-58. The
Parkers bowed to Asheville in a 54-52 thriller,
smashed the RAMS 73-61, and closed their season
by falling to North, 61-58.
The MUSTANGS were led all season by the out-
standing playing of Harry Jones. Harry averaged
slightly over twenty points per game, was voted the
Most Outstanding Player in the county, and was
selected for the North Carolina Kiwanis Classic
In the GCAA Tournament, Myers Park won
the Consolation trophy. In the District Tournament
they were defeated in the quarter-finals by East.
Linton Wray Jim Whilehead D0lI9 Gdlvifi BeVe"Y B k d I
First row: Tommy Stockton, Neal Cheek, Captain John Boles, Bob Johnston. Second row: Gaines Wilburn
David Moseley, David Messerly, Bill Carr. Third row: Charles Powell, Buddy Burns, Coach Braaten, Don
Shuman, David Gilmour.
THE MYERS PARK HARRIERS had their most success-
ful season to date this year. The team finished with a
record of seven wins and one loss. They opened their
season against East, the team which gave the Harriers
their roughest competition of the year. Wins over
Carolina, North Carolina State, and Wake Forest
freshmen highlighted the season. Another highlight
came in the North Carolina High School Cross
Country Meet where Myers Park won the team
championship, and David Gilmour won the indivi-
dual state championship. john Boles also ran well
all season for the Mustangs.
MP 24. .. ...East 36
MP 39. .. . , .Duke 52
MP 28. ., ...East 56
MP 27... .. .U.N.C, 29
MP 26... . , .East 47
MP 21. ,. ...N. C. State 36
MP 29. . . . . .Wake Forest 54
Captain John Boleshufinishes it out Charles Powell and Verner Stanley some State Champion David Gilmour breezes
with a kick." through for the Mustangs. in for the win.
AN ENTHUSIASTIC AND EXPERIENCED GROUP of diamond
dusters greeted Coach jack Sink when Hrst practices began
in early March. From the very beginning, all indications
pointed toward another successful season. With the wither-
ing hurling of Buddy Herring and Ray Farris and the
mighty bats of Zach Thomas, Ralph Timmerman, and
Billy Stephenson, the MUSTANGS slammed out the
Lettermen returning were: Jimmy Pfohl, mlclaerg Cecil
Balderson, jimi hafeg Leighton McGinn, Jecand ba.re,' Zach
Thomas, .fh07'f.fl0p,' Ralph Timmerman, third bang Buddy
Herring, pitcberg Billy Stephenson, outfield.
New talent included: Ray Farris, pilcberg Paul Ervin,
pilfberg Hal Beaver, mlcloery Chan Richards, jim! barey
Butch Rogers, ozzlfieldj Robert Parlier, ouifield.
Paul Ervin Buddy Herring Ray Farris
Pitcher Pitcher Pitche
Pfohl crosses the plate. McGinn: "Look sharp, feel sharp, be sharp."
Tirnmerrnan moves ln for c ground hall.
Couch Allen discusses times with
Allison, Gallagher, and Loven.
Murray soars into the pit
with good distance again
COACH STUART A1.1.1sN's 1956 Track Team went undefeated and w
the State Championship. This year the MUSTANG'S winning ways
were continued in another highly successful season. The team was much
stronger in the middle distance, distance, and Held events. The ex-
Currie and Porter fly over the
hurdles for the Mustangs.
First row: Coach Allen, Phil Johnston, Pat Gregory, John Boles, Linton Wray, Bob Johnston, John Guthery, Graham Allison.
Second row: Pat Givens, Charles Powell, David Gilmour, Buddy Burns, David Creech, Jimmy Loven, Billy Trapp, Ed Gallagher,
Frankie McDonald, Jimmy Mooney, Tom Best. Third row: Don McNeil, Bill Houston, Jimmy Trotter, Hugh Murray, John
Kennedy, Robert Shore, George Wisecarver, Charlie Porter, Bill Carr, Ed Singleton, Ben Wyche. Fourth row: Jimmy Deegan,
Harrison Wellford, Walter Hogan, Jimmy Taylor, Lowell Mason, Jimmy Reiney, David Underwood, Bill Tourtellot, Gerry Wil-
liams, Spike Spigener, John Rust, Albert Pearson, Paul Lucas, George Archer, Don Shuman, John Williams. Fifth row- Ben
Gallagher, John Newitt, George Burkhalter Joe Burns, Julius Duncan R
Robinson, Chu k L ' ' '
, , ex Welton, Edward West, Butch Gallagher, Joseph
c ambeth. Sixth row. Cutter Davis, Fletcher Morgan, Austin Coan, Bob Pindell, Evan Wood, David Quakenbush,
Ed O'Herron, Pat Currie, Ed Loring, Larry Davis, Johnny Hunter, Billy Wallace.
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Gufhery prepares to ioss the discus.
Johnston, Hogen, and Burns lead as Wlsecarve Pearson Car Gul o 1 a d Lo ng pull p fr behind
perience which the team's distance runners received from participating
in the State Championship Cross Country Team in the fall helped
greatly in making the track season successful.
The returning lettermen this year Were: Tom Best, Ed Gallagher,
David Creech, john Guthery, Pat Givens, Pat Gregory, Phil Johnston,
Graham Allison, Buddy Burns, David Gilmour, Bob Johnston, Frankie
McDonald, jimmy Mooney, Charlie Powell, Billy Trapp, Linton Wray,
Bill Houston, Barrow Mullis.
March 29 .... . . .Reynolds
April 5 .... ...Florence, S. C., Rock Hill, S. C.,
Gastonia, N. C., Central
April 12 .... . . .Central
April 20 .... . . .Duke-Durham
April 27 .... . . .Queen City
May 5 .... . . .N0rth, West, East
May 10 .... . . .District Meet
May 18 .... ..... S tate Meet
Captain Verner Stanley lines up his putt.
Reiney pins for a Mustang victory.
First row: Mike Tribble, Lawson Stanley, Danny Baan, Andy Anderson, Verner Stanley,
Wayne Smith, Second row: Robert Summerville, Sonny Waller, Bill Barber, Clayton
Bundy, Johnny Turner, Johnny Byrd.
MYERs PARK's GOLFERS, with four returning lettermen, began
the season with a strong team. Led by State Champion Verner
Stanley, Lawson Stanley, Robert Summerville, and Sonny
Waller, the MUSTANGS turned in outstanding performances
on the green, During the season the golfers met strong teams
such as U.N.C. and the Wake Forest Frosh.
THE MUSTANG GRAPPLERS opened their second season on
January 7. They closed on February 7, with a record 'of seven
wins and one loss, bowing once to Statesville and defeating
them later in the season. The team was led by undefeated
jimmy Brownell and john Boles.
First row: Johnny Turner, Goody Thomas, Phil Burns, Bo Willard Jimmy Reiney,
Harry Hawkins, Alex MacFayden. Second raw: Martin Freedland, Bobby Speizman,
Bill Messerly, George Harris, Paul Stork, Buddy Brauch, Pete Elliot, John Boles. Third
row: Gayle Rogers, Spence Stork, Ralph Emmrich, Mike Mcrddock, Mike Gilbert, Don
Allen, Jimmy Shuman, Coach Shoe.
First row: Charles Connoly, Neal Cheek, Bill Cowan, Elliot Murnick, Alex Mciclfoyden.
Second row: Mike Shulmon, Bill Taylor, Freddy Austin, Louis Woddey, Ralph Wesley,
George Collins, Bob Grossman, Finley Lee. Third row: Pot Ellison, Poul Stork, Kenny
McCollough, Rob Abernathy, Louis Boyd, Bobby Bell, Skipper Kugler, Jim Whitehead,
WITH THE EXPERT PLAYING of Finley Lee, jim Wliiteliead, and
Mike Shulman, the Myers Park Netters turned in another
successful season. These three lettermen, ably assisted by the
strong backing of the other team members, led Myers Park
against such strong opponents as the Freshmen teams of David-
son, U.N.C., and Duke. The Netters also met with strong
opposition in a match with the Eastern Carolina Varsity. In
the high school league they played against Central, Asheville,
and Belton, S. C.
MYERS PARK,S SNWIMMING TEAM entered its second season of
competition stronger than last year. The team was captained
by Van Giersch and Tom Guerrant. Being led by Mike Wliel-
chel, Alan Wells, and Philip Conner, the MUSTANG swim-
mers turned in a successful record.
First row: Mike Whelchel, Tom Guerrcmf, Von Giersch, Dennis Leffler. Second row:
Bobby Helbeiri, Vic Burg, Alon Wells, Rich Horris, Bill McGinty, Phil Conner, Jimmy
Coldwell. Third row: Rob Abernethy, Bill Sonford, Tommy Rogers, Julius Bornhordt,
Steve Von Every, Paul Goodson, Don Wagner.
Finley Lee smashes on
backhand down the line.
Philip Conner and Bill Sanford hit
the water to win for the Mustangs.
Junior High Football
WITH NO RETURNING LETTERMEN and only three
boys who had played in the past, Myers Park's junior
high football squad finished this season with a 3-3
This year, with the addition of three new junior
high schools in Charlotte, the football teams were
divided into two separate leagues, eliminating the
possibility of a city championship. All of the games
were played in the Myers Park Stadium.
On October 4, the Colts opened their season by
stomping the A. G. Bulldogs to the tune of 7-0.
In their second match they met Sedgefield and
emerged victor, 12-O.
A touchdown and extra point in the final seconds
of the game with Eastway Junior High brought the
Colts their first defeat. The final score was Eastway
7, Myers Park 6. X
The McClintock Scots became the second team to
down the juniors, the score was McClintock 6,
Myers Park 0.
Piedmont provided the Colts with their third
victory. The game was won by a wide margin of
14-0. A 95-yard return of a Piedmont kick by Tommy
Blanton and a 65-yard sprint by Mike Houston
highlighted the triumph.
On November 8, the junior MUSTANGS brought
their season to a close falling before Hawthorne
junior High. The score was Hawthorne 6, Myers
With ten of this year's players coming from the
First row: Coach Thrower, David Daniel, Dick Sieburg, Scotty Trotter, Charles Elrod, Armand Daniel, Bitter Baxter, Hal Tribble, Johnny Palmer,
Jimmy Wallace, Coach Allen. Second row: Dan Thigpen, Kenny Jordan, Don Woodside, Wiley Horne, Tommy Blanton, Rich Harris, Buzzy Carpenter,
George Cutter, Chalmers Hope. Third row: Kippy Carter, George Burkhalter, Larry Davis, Robert Shore, Scott Summers, Howard Arbuckle, Robert
Allen, Jay Rogers, Frank Farnan. Fourth row: Hugh Huntington, Johnny Johnston, Tommy Saunders, Paul Stork, Steve Seawright, Hill Wellford, Pat
Ellison, Mike Houston, Jack Hardy.
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Junior High Basketball
Foxx THE THIRD coNsEcuT1vE YEAR, Myers Parks
junior High basketball squad won the Charlotte City
Championship. The hard-hitting Colts finished this
season with a record of thirteen wins, one loss. Their
lone defeat came at the hands of Alexander Graham
Top scorer for the season was Tommy Blanton
with a total of 239 points. Fisk Outwater held
second place in the scoring column with 163 points.
Howard Arbuckle registered 104 points, putting
him in third position.
In the fourteen outings, they defeated Piedmont,
Wilson, McClintock, Sedgeheld, Eastway, and Hard-
ing junior High twice each, they tied A. G. with
one loss and one defeat.
This year's junior high IV squad was also success-
ful, losing only two games out of twelve. Mike
Houston was high scorer.
First row: Don Woodside, Fisk Outwater, Howard Arbuckle, Tommy Blanton, Hill Wellford. Second raw: David Pfohl, Zan
Copeljzindi Miki Hcguston, Bill Finley, Billy Mallard Buddy DuBose Elliot Murnick Bobb Melt T
POW' GC O
, , , y on, ommy Westerfield. Third
T- .Th r y, cott Summers, Pat Ellison, Kenny McColIougI1, Biff Baxter, Bob Presler, Jimmy Wallace, Harvey Grastv,
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First row: Chammie Hope, Zan Copeland, Bobby Pearson, Phil
Hazel, George Cutter, Wiley Horne, Buzzy Carpenter, Rick Hulse,
Hal Tribble, Bobby Gibbons, Johnny Palmer, James Lotten.
Second row: Robert Allen, Allan Shaw, Howard Arbuckle, Scott
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Summers, Andy Selden, Butch Rogers, yn ,
Herbert, David Pfohl, Mike Houston, Billy Hinson, Alex Glover.
Third row: Mike Yett, Butch Mathis, Truman Love, Jack Hardy,
Howard Duvall, Jimmy Johnson, Franklin Davenport, Sam Ken-
drick, Richard Wegner, Morrison Lowrance. Fourth row: Buddy
DuBose, Tommy Westerfield, Charles Elrod, Doug Maddock, Buddy
Tathwell, Robert Rice, Jay Rogers, Jimmy Wallace, John Livings-
tluniur High Baseball
Filling the positions were: Buzzy Carpenter, Rick
Hulse, and Bobby Gibbons in the outf1eld. Bill Mc-
Ginty covered third baseg Buddy DuBose, secondg
ton, Dickie Rhyne.
W1'rH A coau or RETURNING lettermen aided by
strong newcomers, Myers Park's junior High base-
ball squad enjoyed another successful season.
Under Coach Purcell, the Colts played ten games, and Scott Summers, mst'
meeting Hawthorne, McClintock, and Harding
Junior High twice each, and playing Eastway, Pied-
mont, Sedgefield, and Wilson once.
Ira Madden was catcher, Mike Houston and
Robert Allen supplied the pitching.
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MYERs PARKS JUNIOR HIGH golf team en-
joyed a successful season, highlighted by an
all-city tournament and six matches. Partici-
pating in the tournament were Alexander
Graham junior High, Hawthorne junior
High, Eastway junior High, Sedgefield
junior High, McClintock junior High, and
Myers Park junior High. The dual matches
were set against McClintock, Sedgefield, and
Eastway. Each school played twice.
Returning golfers included Bill Barber,
Billy McKee, Sam Sehorn, Rush Shull, and
Dick Sieburg. Playing for their first season
were Bonn Gilbert, Freddy Sprock, Eddy
MacAleer, Larry X5Uitham, and Stanton Oliver.
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team finished the season with eight wins, no
defeats, and won the city championship for the
second consecutive year.
During a junior high assembly, Miss Mary
Lou jones, coach, presented individual trophies
to twelve of the players. At this time she also
presented the trophy for the junior High City
Championship to the school. The team was
invited to attend a dance which was held for
the boys' and girls' junior high basketball
Sally McKaig and Betsy Glenn were out-
standing forwards. Their co-ordination and
accuracy won the games and thrilled the elated
spectators. The Summerville twins, Sandra and
Linda, were outstanding guards. These girls
helped to make every game an exciting and
"Hit that ball
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green and white
iss Lou Jones: Coach of the
Junior High Girls'
A SUCCESSFUL SEASON MADE THESE GIRLS HAPPY-First row: Sally McKalg and Betsy Glenn co captains Second row Pam
Kopp, Terry Flynn, Minette Conrad, Barbara Hanks, Jo Laughlin, Linda Summerville Sandra Summerville Judy Suttle Dagmar
Stoll, Roma Wornall, Mary Marler, Cammie DeCamp, Melchor Lowe, Jeannie Pharr Leila Lane Judy Adams Wallene Threadgill
All right, William Tell, "Miss Stuckey, what do I do now?" "What am I in for?"
it's my turn now."
S immlnq Club
ONE or THE Mosr POPULAR athletic organizations of
the year was the Girls' Swimming Club. The en-
thusiastic participants met at the Y.W.C.A. every
Monday afternoon to perfect their techniques and
to enjoy wholesome recreation and fellowship.
During the winter months they practiced synchro-
nized swimming, and in the spring they entered
competitive events. Miss Stuckey was the co-ordinator
and advisor for the group.
ALL POSED AND READY-
First row: Antje Selle, Jennie
Purifoy, Brenda Pope, Anne
Sherrill, Mary Cowell, May
Wells Jones, Patsy Shaw.
Second row: Jeanne Helms,
Mary Dale, Millie Field,
Cynthia Hyatt, Betty Mraz,
Ellen Mayo, Elaine Weeks,
Jane Charnley, Carolyn
Naumoff, Anne Sullivan,
Woody Bradford, Ann
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Meacham, Becky Cannaday,
Julia Doar, Boyce Rich,
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WAITING TO BEGIN PLAYING-Susan Alexander, Millie Field, Nancy Patten,
Moy Wells Jones, Joanne Cooper.
EARLY IN THE SPRING the Girls' Tennis Club
was formed. A great many girls turned out.
The more advanced players began playing
each other almost immediately, while the
beginners were given individual instruction
by Miss Kitty Stuckey, the physical education
teacher. Each Wednesday the club met at
Freedom Park, and under the supervision
of Miss Stuckey the girls worked hard to
improve their skills in serving, vollying, and
the backhand and forehand strokes. Often,
after working hard, they relaxed and en-
joyed refreshments provided by the club.
Beginning in May the club held an intra-
squad tournament, as they were not able
to schedule any games with the other city
high schools. Everyone enjoyed this very
much, for it brought to a climax all the time
that each had spent in practice.
THE GIRLS, GOLF CLUB met during the tall for
individual and group lessons at Carmel Country
Club. This enthusiastic group was made up of
beginners and more advanced players. A large
number of girls took part during the fall. Wlieii
the winter months came, the club disbanded until
spring. Their interest did not lag, however, and
in the first warm days of March the girls met
again. The spring club continued the same type
of program that had been followed in the fall.
Toward the end of the season a tournament among
N the more advanced members was held. Many girls,
by working hard to improve their skill, were able
to take part in this. A trophy was awarded to the
winner of this tournament. All felt that they had
improved their game and had fun doing so.
SIX GIRLS HANDY WITH THEIR RACKETS-First row: Sol-ly Lcmbeth,-Tondo
Taylor, Murcia Gay. Second row: Joanne Cooper, Dorcas Llneberger, Elizabeth
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Always in our dreams, as we near the end of our journey, there is
the final surge of efort . . . the last ami greatest of goals yet to be
reached . . . long and faithful work to be recognized.
These honors and awards, a goal for which we have been striving from our
first days at Myers Park, are now assigned and will not leave our memory.
For beauty . . . special talents . . . character . . . personality . . .
scholarship-from a senior class rich with potentiality in every direction-
classmates have chosen superlatives. There is outside recognition,
too . . . the Harvard Book Award, most outstanding boy, DAR Award,
most outstanding girl . . . Mr. and Miss Myers Park, symbols of
school-spirit, vital enthusiam . . . Miss Hi-Miss, exceptional achievement.
They are ours, we are theirs . . . their accomplishments representing
a final chapter in the fulfillment of our drealns . . . as
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May I extend my kindest regards and best wishes to you and
to these lovely young ladies, And to all my friend: at lyers Park
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Catharine Lucas Hugh Murray Judith Atkins Scott Welton Pat Gregory Ann Kelly
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
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Betsy Wilson Bill Montgomery
XVITTIEST CUTEST MOST PQPUI-AR
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The height of fa,rhi01z,r-011 parade Af1l':lw1'.l' in the whirl of everything A peep behind the Jcefzes
Barbara Edwards Charles Lucas Ken Oliver judy Harris Buddy Spoon Joanna Risdon
Trying to menu' one of the many hearty
Katy McCanless Kent Walker
MOST INTEL-I-ECTUAL 1 i They may fmt greet you with a "H0wtly
,L 'M-,.14l,,,,,f "I.f1'f mfr crack BIIST DANC-ERS Pardtzef' and a flap on the bark, but
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Zach Thomas, Gretchen M h L' '
, , , o ri Connelly, Robbie Sams, Paul Ervin, Kay Hart,
ars , inton Wray, Graham Allison, Carroll Rogers, Bill Taylor, Pat Stallings, Harrison Wellford, Lucky Huske C
Powell, Annette Bivens, Bobby Stone, Sue Lane, Ray Farris, Lois Co eland, D 'cl G'I '
HARVARD BOOK AWARD
From the top students of the Senior Class, one boy is
chosen by his teachers as outstanding in scholarship,
service, and leadership. He receives the Harvard Book
as a symbol of his achievement.
p avi I mour, Ethel Gilmour. '
From a ballot of eighty-seven juniors, twenty-six were
chosen for the highest honor of their class. These stu-
dents usher at baccalaureate and commencement and lead
the graduating class in the final procession.
Sponsored by the Daughters of the American Revolution,
this award is merited by dependability, service, and
leadership. The girl most deserving of this honor is
chosen by her classmates.
KING AND QUEEN OF HEARTS MISS-HI-MISS
A night lo remember A pnme that refrefbef
Boyce Rich Verner Stanley Leta Kendall
"Iw'l thif ffm?"
Eleanor Allen, escorted by Ralph Timmerman
CAROUSEL QUEEN MR. AND MISS MYERS PARK
Mirror, Mirror on lbe wall . . . Perfefl
Bette Hunt Verner Stanley Boyce Rich
MISS ALICE STOKES FOR
lhe Senior High Bufhethull Team
MISS TERRY FLYNN FOR RICH HARRIS
Preyident of Junior High Honor Soriely
MRS. EARL ARTHURS FOR JANE ARTHURS
Editor of Mumzng
MR. JAMES W. WILSON FOR BETSY WILSON
Editor o f M yerS pizrh
MISS LINDA SUMMERVILLE FOR HILL WEI.LFORD
Prexident of junior High Student Council
MISS MARNIE ROGERS FOR KEN OLIVER
Prefidenl of Senior High Sludenr Counfi!
MISS PAM KOPP FOR
the junior High Bushelhull Teum
MISS JACKIE HELIN FOR CHARLES WATERS
Prexidenl of Senior Cluyf
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P1'6'.fid6l2l of Sophomore Clan'
MR, BILL VAN EVERY FOR TOOTSIE SHEPPARD
Prefiafwzt of Senior Hi gh H 01201' Sofiely
MISS HARRIIETT HORII FOR BOBBY HORD
Prexidezzl of jzmioi' Clan'
MRS. JULIAN J. CLARK FOR BILLY CLARK
P1'6J'i6ZI6I1l of Seventh Grade
MISS ANN FROST FOR
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MISS DONNA WOODSIDE TOR
tha umm High Football Team
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719 Iohnston Building
Charlotte, N. C.
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Sales and Rentals
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1425 North Tryon Street Charlotte, North Corolino
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Dayton Tire Sales Company
210 West Morehead Street-P. O. Box 1659
Charlotte 1, North Carolina
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1220 Euzabefl' Avenue Wayne Smith, Jr. Lynwood Manara, Jr.
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Beau Monde Beauty Salon
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1342 Romany Road FRankIin 7-6904
lNew Myers Park Medical Building!
Mary Ellen Stokes, Owner
The South Shops at
Fine Furniture and Decorating!
Furniture SHOPS, Inc.
Charlotte, N. C.
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BAUGH 81 MUUCHET
Bowl and Skate for Fun and Health
Morehead Bowling Center
Cavalaris Skating Rink
919W Eost Morehead Street
Fuel Oil and Kerosene
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Meet Your Friends
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Hackney 81 Vauglwn Realty Co.
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT and RENTALS
A Complete Line of Fire and Automobile Insurance
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Your Favorite Dealer Has It
WHOLESALE FRUITS AND PRODUCE
Frozen Foods - Institutional Canned Goods
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA
"Dollar for Dollar You Can't Beat a Pontiac"
FRANK WOODS, Inc.
522 South Tryon Street
"Serving Charlotte tor 23 Years"
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B. Ivey and Company
Swan Soda Shop
1301 East Boulevard
Phone ED 2-31 12
Across the Hall or
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Carolina Transfer 8t Storage
923 Providence Road. . . EDison 4-1614
Charlotte, North Carolina
Gardner 81 Benoit
Shoe Repair Service
S. B. Wooten, Proprietor
601-B Providence Road . . . EDison 2-6281
A. Z. Price 8t Associates, Inc.
Engineers and Contractors
Heating . . . Plumbing
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FRanklin 6-2466 , . . 206 South Church St.
Charlotte 2, North Carolina
PAINT 81 GLASS CO.
112 West Fifth
Phone FR 6-8561
BLACKMON AND PATTERSON
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Page One Hundred Sixly-Seven
GARIBALDI AND BRUNS
JOCIE MOTOR LINES, INC
21 I5 North Tryon Street . . . Charlotte, N. C.
Phone ED 3-98I4
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Atlanta, Savannah, and Augusta, Georgia.
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22I South Church Street
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HARDWOOD FLOORING V
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HUNTER PAINT COMPANY, INC.
212 North Church Street
Paint 8. Paint Supplies
DUTCH BOY PAINTS
lloso Brothers Piano Company
"House of Baldwin"
5094 North Tryon Street
ED 3-4 I O8
Charlotte 6, N. C.
M. R. SNYDER COMPANY
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McDonald Realty Company
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rs. Virginia R, Johnston
Lloyd Withers John McDonald
J. H. Huntly Henry Aldredge
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T. C. Conrad
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert E. Foster
Funderburk's Food Center
Dr. and Mrs. Monroe T. Gilmour
George Goodyear Company
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Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Jacobs
Wood's Shoe Shop
Floyd B. Johnson
Frank H. Kennedy
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Charles Lucas, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. W.'B. McGuire
W. L. Parrot
F. Grainger Pierce
Ranson, Wallace 81 Company
H. Haywood Robbins
Senior High Chorus
Frank W. Snepp
C. L. Stuckey, M.D.
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David G. Welton, M.D.
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We Wish To Thank . . .
Mr. Bill Renfrow . . .
Mr. George Taylor . . .
Mr. jack Morris . . .
Mrs. Marjorie Bartlett . . .
Mrs. Betty jo Moore . . . and
Frank Fleming of Nlifashburn Printing Company,
. Price Coursey of Charlotte Engraving Company,
Mr. johnny Payseur of Delmar Studios,
Mr. Bob Cummings,
Our Advertisers and Sponsors,
Dr. jack Horner and the Myers Park Faculty,
Miss Gordon Freeman,
Mr. Leslie Browne,
The MUSTANG Staff,
Buddy Spoon, and
Bob Welslu of Bob Welsh Studio
. . . For Many Hours of Patient Advice and Assistance.
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The students of Myers Park High School and the stall of the 1957
MUSTANG extend our heart-felt thanks to our advertisers and sponsors for
their wonderful cooperation during the past year.
Any publication of this size would be impossible without the aid of
outside support. We want each of our contributors to realize how very sincerely
we appreciate their assistance.
We urge our students and their families to patronize the advertisers as
this is the most genuine way of showing our appreciation to them.
Charles, Jane, and Bill
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