Myers Park High School - Mustang Yearbook (Charlotte, NC)

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WA1: .1 , wn41'vn:.: -.'- ' 1-'-fri!-.zebf - Q - Q..H':aE:,. w-df-.1 .f N f - ,. ml- H-, . - - 1'-vi.--is Avi . v edlca ted to The Qrudems of Mvels Peirk Hlgh School wish ro ICCOgI1l!C one who emlvodles lead elshnp and QCIXILC one who hem unselhihlx QIXCI1 us enCou110emem H1 our Qehollsm emelxors and um Lounsel IIT our memx ummeb As 3 svmbol of Olll SIHLCIC apple muon md deepfelr lffeulon me pnoudlx deuure the ILJBX X1 USTANC ro 1 Inu IC'IIl'lS J , Page! C L . Ae I ' J e .X l A ,.- - M , 5 '.,, ' 1' k L. il I -.Q 1 V-.xl X .Q . A c 7 J Crl V Q ' A L it . ' A ' . - , . , Y 'I 'L 1 1 e J Xf1I'. F' it j' irer. 'LJ h fx L ,ff-1 V' X' f f' xi L y NW 'Y Mr. Ernest F eimster oreword -414. SINCE THE BEGINNING OF TIME man s quest for thIngs of value has produced the Seven Wonders of the World Smce the begmnmg of our Myers Park world seven years ago the hopes dreams and asplratnons of our students have produced the Seven Wonders of Myers Park The desIre to learn has grown Into Knowledge the wlllnngness to serve to the utmost has brought about Leadershrp the devotedness to the school and commumty has resulted In ServIce the longmg to produce beauty In sound and arts has fostered Creatn eness We understood our responsIbIlIty to the school and we had fanth In our many teams These feelxngs we have showed In School SpIrIt Farr and successful play have been the goals of our sports partIcIpants and theIr Teamwork has shown that these goals were genume Deter mInatIon to excel and the recognntlon for a job vvell done have brought us Attamment We who have grown wIth these wonders will long remember all of the rIch experlences they represent and we knovs they wIll endure from year to year as each class departs and a new one takes lfS place The staff of the 1958 Mmtafzg has endeavored to record for you the Wonders of Myers Park as they have been a part of our school year ILLIIQ Chun and Georg Page8 ontents Knowledge Administration . Faculty ........ Staff ................. Classes ................ Clubs to enrich learning . . Service Murtmzg ..... Mye1'Spa1'k . . , Service clubs .... School Spirit Cheerleaders . . . Mustang Club . . junior high cheerleaders . . . Majorettes ...... Cirls Recreation Association . . . Attainment Beauties ....... Senior Royalty . . junior Marshals . Superlatives .... 87 102 104 106 108 ...116 ...l19 134 12 13 15 16 80 ...88 ...90 ...92 112 113 114 115 140 144 145 146 x MQW 4' faq Mundi? L f 2 iv! 2 45, Q L r ,4Y2 .1a w ' Q as 2 33, l Qi' 'ffl V f' 1 . HW we Y x ,hx ,Q if , y 5 . '43 J ' Mfwkfjfig ,ffm sw . 15131. I rg? . q. lg - W L El G DR. Eisnfrt H. fiARlNGlZR DR. .lack XY. Hoitxifit MR, 'I'HorviAs If. Btu x1 .SI4f'cI'IIIlcl1dL Ill of Cilj Srlwuf- . M J, ,K h K.. , I lfg in .V -t .., Tw Miss I-'R.,xxc.i-s M. Kii'x'ri-R Ihwi' ,,J fyilffif ll Lili! llxiffni . f m n l A A Q lm- MR. bl. Powirit SIIIAPPARIY l7t,1f,' ff! liffii. .'ifg'if',r,1 PIllll'lf7.lf :I-iii!.111f Pzirirxjnzlf :U Jn N SFVIQN YIQARS Myers Park High School has gained recognition for its modern ediiczitioiuil trends, high scholars' tic stzindiirds. rind outstanding curriculum. This recognition has resulted from the devoted efforts of our administration rind faculty. Dr. Giiringer. Dr. Horner. Mr. Braaten. Miss Gunter. rind Mr. Sheppard have given unselhshlv of their time and counsel and have spent long hours studying our school needs and finding the hest solution to our problems. Our fticultv members hav e strived coritinuzillv to give us the hest possihle scholastic prepurgition and have shiired our mum' activities vuith enthusiasm and patient guidance. Urge If 'S ..uif',x , -4- q... f zif Q 'V Q5 ?,,','f . XY V of , 5. fi fh " K af ' Y 'Wi 1 Q u , 'Kx '. 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Robert XY. lnlmglstcr. liiffffwx. llvjvimm' ISIN. j.lDCy Lycrly. flow: lffffalffnlin 5 Miw MM-5 Q, M.niiL. Hmfffgm. f,'l,gNf1'Il'1, I-'ffm.'1" Run : MIN. HL-lcn L. Mmon. .-11mm1n.' Ilijlwj' Mr. Thconjorc P. M.1IL1x. .Im f Miv I..m1'.n Mdnmw. Iffz.l1w'f, Umf lff.':l1w.' MIN. hI.ll'g.ifL'U If. IXHKL1-l. Erzzlwlv. Smizf SlllLfI41,'LfiiN XYinnic D. Alon,-L, liffffffum. lflfllv Rwzzy' Nr. john D. Moosc. jr.. Dri1u"- Ifdl1f.1f1f11.' Miw H4 0. Mullinx. .'iwLm'.1u lljnmfm. I1'U,1I.l lln. Hug hiiw 1xI.lfj.I.lI'L'f N. Nuwlaml, lfwgflxfl: hfiss jenn I.. Phifcr. l.N1r.1rj.111.' Mrx. hfgxrgglrct F. Porter. lfwxglfxff. Sul!! Run 3 hir. Ggufgq P. Pzmcll, Plvyfjlggf If.I11f.1fjff11,' Lili Auguxtus H. PUNCH. PIYWILIIZ l?LJlll'.IfjUU.' Bfisx jg-wig R.mlfg1n. Nlzlzfflmfl Iliwwj: Mr, Dwight C. Shoe, f.lIfL'l. Cu,1rlJ.' Misa Patsy I.. Sifford. Ifuglfxh. Sffrhfl SIIILIIUI, ir TJ' bv 5. K?" x ,X 4 -3 A 1- Mr. jack H. Sink Englirh, Sorial Studier, Cirirf Mr. Fred Sitton Drama. Sfveerb Mr. Charles R. Snyder Algebra, Plane Geomelry Mr. Graham W. Somers Math, Sriealre Miss Pauline Sprinkle Algebra Miss Katherine Stuckey Phyriml Edmxlrirnl Mrs. Harriett T. Taylor EllK2ff.fl7.fUlH'l1iI1fl711 Mr. Robert G. Thrower Iudurlfiul Arlx Mr. Steve D. XX'allin Plane Geometry Miss Mary L. Wells Spuuifh, lnlrodurliml In Foreign I..u1g11,1ge Miss Anne Nllfheeler I.ibmri.n1 Mrs. Irene L. Wriglit Latin Staff A ,4 MW? 0 W ,Q Ai Mr. Matthew E. Breeden Mrs, Maxine M. Forsythe Miss Marilou Gower Mrs. Alma McCracken Illtrifzlelmrzre Engineer Dielititm Serremry, 7l7't'il.fl0'6'f Nurig Page 15 N A 'a at X4 asf gc For three hundred and fourteen seniors. this year will hold happy and nostalgic memories, for 1958 has been the cul- mination of a rich experience filled with achievement, recognition, service, lead- ership.. and good fun. 5 fi Q .pf-fag.-.y..i,g,.Q S-Ssf vffwli' 'iv :F y -' . w'.4,'f -34' .a 'ii-ww., szzfbw' . - 1 as s E? .- Q , i all sf ff ' C in ' .. , c Q-as we . ' -i"Q.fmz, .Q -Q5-"J , M X c Z. Va, g .s :M Lynwood Mallard, Treasurerp llll Taylor, Pvesidentg lay Fonts, Vice-Presidentg Lucy lurnn, Secretory. Awesome, yet wonderful, being a senior meant that futures had to be planned forg therefore, College Day and College Board Examinations helped many to find their niche in institutions of higher learning. The quest for knowledge and the desire for strong academic background took on new meanings as the seniors puzzled over Canterbury Tales and Macbeth, term papers, trigonometry and senior math. physics and chemistry, and foreign languages. Electives which en- riched their program included world literature. drama. music, and advanced art. Extra-curricular activities played an important part in each busy senior's life. Many held offices on the Student Council, others worked untiringly on the numerous senior committees. Practically every senior Page belonged to one of the service clubs, and the more talented ones took the lead parts in major musical and dramatic productions. Loyal and devoted class members filled most of the major staff positions of the yearbook and school paper. Outstanding recognition came to the class of '58 as individuals received scholarships. athletic awards. civic awards, coveted positions of leadership, membership in the Honor Society, and awards for outstanding musical performances. Class activities not soon to be forgotten were thc Senior Picnic, the numerous school dances, the Senior Follies, the Senior Banquet, and, of course, Graduation and last good-byes to a wonderful Alma Mater. 16 Senlors Robert Sudney Abernethy III Lntered 55 Student Councul11 Homeroom Oflicer 10 12 Honor Socuety 12 Key Club 10 11 12 Monogram Club 10 11 12 Buble Club 10 Enguneers Club 10 11 Vuce Presudent 12 Latun Club 10 Spanush Club 12 Sxuummung 10 Manager 11 Tennus 11 12 Dance Commuttee 12 Cutuzenshup Conumuttee 10 Charles Stuart Adams Lntered '3 Homeroom Offucer 12 Honor Socuety 11 12 Engl uu e-us tlulu 10 11 Treasurer 12 Latin Club 10 Spanush tlub Donald Lee Adams Lntered 56 Dustrubutuve Educatuon Club 12 Susan Burr Alexander Lntered 2 Mustang 11 Girl Ambassadors 10 11 12 Y Teens 10 Buble Club 10 Cheer Club 11 French Club 11 12 I atm Club 0 Charlue Brown Oll 10 GAA 10 11 GRA 12 Golf 11 Tennis 12 School Spurut susan 1 onumultee 10 11 12 Cutlzenshup Comunlttee 12 I'homas Perry Allen Lntered 55 H1 Y 10 11 12 Homeroom Ofl1c.er12 Graham Tullett Allison r hntered 52 Student Councul 10 11 Homeroom Officer 12 Honou Society 11 12 Junuor Marshal, Chuef 11 Key Club 10 12 Treas urer 11 Monogram Club 10 11 Secretary 12 H1 Y 10 11 12 Buble Club Treasurer 10 Mustang Club 12 Latun Club 1-'resudent 10 Spanish Club ll 12 Wrestling 10 11 12 Track 10 11 12 Vausuty Football 10 11 12 Dance Comnuuttee 10 11 12 Cutuzen shup Commuttee 10 Lewus Robert Anastes Ferry Entered 55 Graham Paul Alderman Anderson r luuteretl 12 Student Councul 10 Homeroom Officer 11 12 Junuou lfontball ll 12 .Iunuor Varsuty Football 10 Dunce Cumunuttee 1' Vurgunua Ann Anderson luuteretl 12 X Teens 10 Senuor Hugh Chorus 10 FHA 1 l RA 1' Fuenth Club 12 Letter Gurl Head 11 12 Dance Com uuuuttee 11 12 Sthool Spurut l onumuttee 10 Publuc Relations Com uuuuttee 0 George Eddmgs Archer r Ifuutered 52 Mustang 11 Business Manager 12 Boys State huuutuneers Club 12 Cheer Club 11 Lumelughters 12 Spanuslu L lub 10 Track 10 ll 12 AUIBFICBII Fueld Serxuce Conumuttee 12 ohn Steen Arthur huutered 52 C A P 10 Senuou Hugh Chour 12 Senuor Hugh Cluorus 12 Orchestra 10 11 12 Lucy Glenn Barnes l uutereul Homeroom Ollueer 10 11 12 Class Officer 12 Glrl Ambassadors 12 Y Teens 10 Secretary 11 Senuor Hugh Cluorus l0 Buble Club 10 t heeule uler 12 Must mg Club 12 Cheer Club ll Frenmh Club 10 11 G AA 11 School Splrlt Conumuttee ll l lmuuee Counmuttee 12 Spencer Horruett, and Joe demonstrate their skull un sensor math T-QNZN Lewus au George Johnny Page I7 Lucy C . , . . . . 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Q- 1' if 'U' Linda Seniors Lmda Lee Barnett lt' lllnl er G Hoapllr 1 x Caleb ' E' Julnus Grace Marshall Sandra Lourse Clarence Bobby i Y Joyce Page I8 Caleb Harley Barnhardt r l nterefl P French Club 11 12 Latln Club 10 Mustang ullus ohnston Barnhardt Ie 1 uno 1 W I4 1' I rr-Nui.-nt l 1 ln-er 1 lub ll Hou-se and hroundq lummrtlee ll 1 1- 1 ltlLl-'Il'-llllll 1 ommlttee 5XXlIl1IlllllQ-, 1I Grace Page Barnhrll ered Teens 10 ll Senlor High Choir 12 Senmr Hx1.,h e 1 lub 10 F H A Andrew Marshall Basmger lll6'lQ-'ll F enrh Club 10 ll Latin Club 11 Dance Com mutter- ll Xthletu KUIIIIIIIUJGP 1? Sandra Bassett nlewrl ll 10 500101 High Chmr ll berxe rx 1: PGI' U I x rlltx l1vI1lIl'llllP6 Ethel Lourse Beatty e na l"' F H A 12 Cheer C Spun f RA 19 Xolleyball 12 Bulrnln on Clarence Neal Bell lllr- 'se 1, Hnght nur lu 11 12 Boya fllee Cluhl fl1ll1-N Robert Purdy Ball r nh-r 1, ll gl nn L u 'Tenrn-4 XWxll1am Maumee Bell III r ered Alfred Hammond Bellows 1 11 11 l' rr lilns Q- 1 nh grneerw 1 uh lo ' ent ' , oyce Mildred Bestgen -I QM- '11 " 'u Agl mir -1 ' nlor' '-'11 urns 0 , Z.: " 3 m '1 rs Q ' 'llllhll L 1,3 Co-Chairmen Ann and Jan look at a prospective menu with their Banquet Committee. Seniors Annette Tarltton Bn ens 1. 1- oo 1 r 1 Honor bone 9 I11111111 11-.I11I Teens F 11 FFHHLI um L1 Iuh IU I1 1 -X -X I0 School bplrlt Lommlttee 12 I-Iospltdllty o1111111ltee I anette Tarleton Blvens I 1111-I 4 Homeroon1 OII11er ll! 11 Honor Souety 11 S91I'6' 11111 IIS dl eens L1 111 1 1111 1 1 lub I2 C' A A 10 SLIIUUI Spl lt 1111111111 11 Hosplmllty Commlttee 12 Vlfglnld Anne Blatlnw ood 1- fa 1 e u ll If hee 1 lub 11 L1r1 I2 Premh L u 1 rmsh 1 uh 1 81111101 bplrlt 1 1111111111 e Thomas Hughes Blankenshrp I ntere-11 Mary Glenn Boatwrlght ll e btude-nt Lounul 12 Homeroom 1I11er 1 I2 ustang II I It B I1 I- H A 1 LUIS? 1 ltdlllt 1- I' Hosplt 11115 ltllllfflltltlf' Phylhs jean Boone su o s I 1 e eel 1 I :me 1p.I1ler'4 Fre111I1 1 uh II 1 Io X 11 ex N1 111111 8111111 1um1111ttee II P1hIl1 Rtlltllbllk 1 111111111 ec Patrlua Ann Brannan Mustan 19 BTX 41 1 exwl 'I' s g 141 1he 111 Fen1I1C'Iub1I 12 I1t1n1Iu1l P b1h1 SDIIII 1'on11111tte-e I7 Gllbert Marun I-rederrck Brauch r lu 1 Myerspark II Sports Ld1tor 10 M 1n1 mg 1111111 X Hll I IHINI ll! 9 1991 III Patrlcrd Plleen Braden PII'-I I1 1 I1 I YI 811111 lxatharme Ierry Broath 11- 19111 1 11111:-11111 1 er 1 1I1 1 1 e tl N s 1 ,., 1 1 -. ll 1 1 1 111111 ee 5111116111 111111111111 1,omm1ttee 12 S1 hool Slllllt 1 omrmttee 1 If bollleq 9 Betty Loulse Brown 1 In Iuh 1111sI1 -X I2 b11Im1r11111 1 N 1111-5 nr 11 lllllil Marvm Mrller Brown Illtnl I ' I-rench Club 12 Red Cro'-1'-1 10 Ilisxtrlbutlxe I 1 1 Anne and her commattee decide on colors of cops and gowns to present to the senior class Annette Janette Vlrglnla Tom Slstle Phyllls Ann Buddy Enleen Kathy T7 T' fW ,sf- 17" Betty Murvln P114 2 7531 ,p-. 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Wow, ,K A ,, , 135213131-1 Clayton Seniors Clayton Buenmg Bundy lntered 2 Homeroom Oflicer 10 11 lvlonogiam tlulv 11 Hi Y 11 Treasurer 12 Golf 11 Track 10 Varsity Foothill I0 Buddy 11 12 Dame Committee 12 David Jimmy Johnny Jimmy nn Joretta Peggy Katie i Buddy I nge 20 Carlos Arthur Burns r Lntered 55 Daud Harrison Burns Entered 2 llmelightei-111 12 Red LF091'-1 11 ames Reed Bush llll6'l64l ' Monogram Club 11 12 E glneers Club 1 I itni uh Spanish Club 12 Wrestling 12 B selull 10 11 X nfuty 1+ uotbill 12 Junior Varsity Foothill 11 ohn Henry Byrd r lnteied 52 Monogram Club 11 12 Band 10 11 Lngineerq tluh ll 1' Sprmsh Club 11 12 Golf 10 11 12 amcs Philo Caldwell r lnteied P Homeroom Ofllcer 11 12 Honor Soriety 11 1 lux luh 10 11 Setretary 12 Monogram Club 10 11 12 Ili X 0 1' Bible C b hngmeers Club 10 11 12 1 I Spanmli 1 lub 11 12 Swimming 10 11 12 T ark 10 l IOS'-1 1 oun in 10 Hou'-ie ind Grounds l ommlttee 10 11 Sthool Sllllll l om niittee I2 Student Opinion Committee 12 Ann Harrington Campbell n ered Teens 10 11 GRA 12 F H A 12 Red I ro'-N I0 Bowling, 12 joretta Ixay Campbell leenfx 11 12 Senior Hi li Cnoruf-i 0 1- A 1 1 CRA 12 Xolle Margaret Lleanor Campbell I eens ll 1 H A N imsi F 1 Blgt? numin ' Xou Katherine Eugenia Carpenter e l omeroom lPlllL8l' 10 11 een'-1 0 lille l lul 10 Nlustam., Club 12 Cl eer Club 11 Si llllNll 1 lul lnme Committee 11 12 School Splut Committu 1 4 itinnslnp Committee 10 William Alexander Carr lntired 4 Homeroom Offieer 12 Mustang 11 1' MyerSpark ..: lxey C 12: M gram Club 10 11 12: Ba nd , 3 Bible Club 103 Cheer Club 113 Latin Club 101 Sl ani:-xh 1 lulr ll, 11.3 'l'r'wk 10 11 12: Cross Country 10 11 123 Junior V11-sity linskvt- lull, Manager 10 113 School Spirit Committee 11 12: W' yu -1 l Menus Committee 11 12: Student Opinion Committee 12. Aubrey May nard Cary Entered 55. Seniors shove memorable summer experiences at a student assembly Seniors Dorothea am, Lass I ntererl v1 H11mer11om0f11cerll Y Teena 111 12 V1r'e Preqnlent B 1 ll 111 theer Clu 141111915 ltela 12 11-1111 1 1 111 1' 1 ue P1es11lent 11 Latln Club 10 GA A 11 Golf 11 b1l1ool Nlllllt 1 lll11I11l1.t69 11 Lora Angelyn Lhambless I 11111111 2 MyerSpark 11 Co News Edlt0T10 Y 'leene 10 II F T A I1 12 1 heer C lub 11 Spanlsh C uh 111 Red 1 rnwsx x 11 GRA 12 School Splrlt COIIIITIIIIPB 11 X11 1 st111 Barbara Kay Lhavxs erul 2 ns 1 en1r1r 1 1 1o1r 4 111111 H 1.11 1 horuq 11 1 e Cluh 10 'T' A eel 1 C A A 11 G R A 12 B1111l1111., 12 liacln 11 ll 1 Sr-h1111l Splrlt C11mm1ttee ll I-Iospltahty f0Yl'1l11ltt00 1 ohn Adarr Chlles I 'I'111k 12 Cross Country 12 Fred Houston Cochrane r 11tere1I 1-1 1-Iomeroom Of11cer10 Bxble Club 10 Basebal 10 1 Davld uhan Cohen Entered 52 L1mel1ghters12 Lat1n Club 111 11 ohn Grady Connellv r I nterefl Homeroom Oflicer 12 Junlor Marshal 11 Band 10 11 12 ln1.,1neers Club 12 Spanlsh Club 12 Phllrp Glrsan Conner Interefl 6 Monogram Club 11 12 Fngmeers Club 12 Red 1111ss11 12 Swlmmlng 11 12 Track 12 Carolyn ane Conrad I nterefl 1 Teens 11 12 Senmr Hlgh Chou' 12 Senwr Huzh 1 horns 11 Blble Club 10 F T A 11 Ser-retary 12 Fre-11111 1 l11I 1 I 1t111 111111 10 11 Hospltallty C0fl1I1'llttG9 12 Cy nthla Paulmc Look Intered Spanlsh Club 11 12 GAA 11 GRA Treasurer 12 X11lle5l1all12 Tenmq 11 12 ldward Tollett Look Fntered 55 Latln Club 10 Nancy Gray Cook llltPFPl1 'S 10 GIFIS Fl1g.,1t ,ea er 11, 1 '1'ee11s111 r 1 1 C B11 1 ' B1 Kay learns from her German teacher, Hler IS' Amerika' Othe Angle Barbara John red Davld ohn Phlllp Carolyn P.1u1 'I Candy Ed1 Coolue O , 1 , . D - II: ville 15111 1 3 H 11 111 ' 1' f1 ' 1 F- -1 '1 1 'Z 3 . -.' ' ' .: - ' - , , 131 . . . , -1 I ' : ' l 1 ' . . ll: 1I.A.A. 2 . . . 5 , ' ' ' ' . , 12: 1 'Ili- . lun 1 2 12. 7 . . Idnt 1 '5 : Y-Tee 11, 11, 12: S ' I+I'gI CI ' 11, 11, 123 Sc- ' ' if 1 , , l2Z Bill . C F. . . 113 C11 ' 'l1ll1 11g 11111111 fflllll 111, 113 1. . . 3 . . . 3 " f 3 ' 1111- 1 2: ' ' ' 2 ' ' I ' 2. Entered '5T: Key Club 123 Monogram Club 12: Engineers' Club IL: 'z ' g , ' . IG 'TTL 1 ' 2 ' ' l , 2. 1 J F .3 '55-1 ' z ' 1 . . 5 . , , C : 1 . L 1, ' ' 1 " , : " ' , : . C , '55: '- . , 3 ' ' , ' 1 . ' ' ' .' 1 ' , 1 . . . , ' 3 - T 1 2: 11 ' f , 3 ' ' f 1 ' -, . J 'I '5T: ' , 3 . . . 5 . . ., . ..g ' ' 5 . 1 , . 'I '5.g 1'.A.P, , ' .' 'fl 1 - d 12: '- .' 2 l".'I'.A. 10: F 1-11 -I1 C1111 10g ,.R.A. 121 z lmint 1n 12.3 J11'l11lL1' 12. .. - - - .. Seniors Lois Carlisle Copeland St 4 1 411 111 12 Iur1141r N1 araha 11 1 Teens 1 1 1111811 1 1111s'i 111 1 R A 12 Bridge 12 51111111111 41 1111 te me 1 12 911111111 bpxrlt 1 1111111111191 111111N4 11111 111ou1141s Committee 11 12 Co Dlrettor of Ftllus Mary Louise Costner 1 Mus ang 12 Myer ark 11 TCPIINI H11 1 0 Ch S 41 1 111 ed 1 ross 11 1 Bow 111 1 lluabeth Barry Couch I Q lil! I 5 I N 1 9 1 11 1 eel 1 rf- 4 11 5lI11 4 1 1111111111tec 11 12 St 1111111 Spirit 1 41n111111te1 Linda Heidi Cowmg I 11111911 2 Ho111cr41on1 11f110er 12 1 Teens 11' F T A 11 1 11091 1101 1 MQ 11 emh 1 u 11 1 1 It 1 1 1 11l76'11Sl1lD Committee 11 Dance Committee 11 ulia Ixathleen Cravcr I111er14l 1 1 Teens 10 Cheer Club 11 Latin C1u11 111 11 oan Praser Croft if 1 1 1 11llL1I1N 111 1 mittu XY 1ll1am Spencer Crowell 1 P11 1 SXXIIIIIIIIIIB Donald Patrltk Currie 1 11te1e41 H41111er1141111 1111106-r 10 12 Key Club 10 11 12 '11411141 1 e .11 ln 1 ub 11 X re':t1111 1 l1lx 11 11 X1rQ1tx Footbal 11 12 Jlll'1lOlNY'1F'iII F4141 11 1111 1111111111 QL Charlotte lrent Daggttt 41111114141n1 11 ner eenw 4 14 1 A 111 1 R A 12 11o1f12 S1KlITlIl'1lI1g1 L'1tl111 111 Carol Ann Daniels 111111 11 O 181 111 1 Cutttr Dickinson Davis I11fF91l 2 l3Il1lPfll1b 111 Lngineers Club 11 12 .':1pa111Q11C11111 Marjorxe Beatrlce Davis 1 T nf: 11 Le er nr B1 1 e 1 1 A 12 14 141 A 12 1 heerleader 12 Mustang. Club 1 1111 11 811111111 bpirit Committee 12 1.1 A A 11 Leis lake a Inp to Niagara lets get away from II all' sing Tonda and her commltfee O 1421114-1w14I 712: .' 111s-11 1' III " 1 . ' . 1 . 'I 1 -'f V S 111. 11, 121 1111 112- 1'l1111 111: P.H,A. 12: 1'11v11-1' 4111111 11g 1111111 1il11l1 .11l: S111 'lub 12: Red 7- 1 1. , . 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' . . -I - 1 '- 1 1 ' ' ' . . 1421114111111 '52: St11r1f111t 1"our14-il 12: Girls' State: Y-T1-1-11s 111. 11, 12: Hill- fllllll 111: l'l19PF 1'1u11 11, 11.R.A. 12: 171111 '1- 1'41111111i114-.- 11, 1'41-1'11ai1'n1a11 12: S1-114 411 Spirit 1'1 11111111166 11, 12: ," " - .51'1 1'4111 ' 11 11. ,. .I X . 14111 '14 'SSQ -' " ' f 10. 42 ' , : 1 , . : . - 211111 llllllb 11, 12: 131111 1'lu11 1115 Int' '1 1 : V . ' 2 H: Tr: "111, , 2.3 'z .' A' '1 , 3 ' 1 . I y 11111 11111114 " ' 'ttH1l. l':I1lI'I'1'1l T132 H 1 ' 11' ' 101 Y-T . 111, 123 R1-1 1' ' nas 1111 1. .A, 1 1. .. , : ' 3 " ' 2: . ' JI I 111, 12. l':I1l1'l'1'1l 712: 114 4 S4 -i ty 12: Y-Ter-11s 111, 11, 12: l"q,ll..x. 112. I4'.'l'..X, 11, Vim--I'r 1,-'411 1 12: I,in1vlif.t1111-rs 11: Fr011'11 1'11111 11, 12:l1:11i111'l11l1111,11:12.R..X,l2. 142 1 '5 : ' I 3 ' ' ' , 5 ' ' ' 122: 'l'1'z11'k 111, 11, 12. 11I1111rs141 T121 Y- ee . 1 , 11, 12: tt 1" 1 11: '11 '1111 Ill: 41.11, . 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Crawford Denton lfnlererl an Lngineers Club lr ll Susan Douglas n ered X eeris 10 1 wer L uh 1 uh 10 dlllgll 1 ub 11 U 111115 12 I lu flbllllllltlfe Robert Wayne Dugan ntered 11 L1n1el1gl1ters 10 11 Daniel Hugh Earp r nteierl H b1lilll"1ll Llub 12 I dward Dabney hdwards lntered 55 Monogram Club 11 12 Red Cross 11 Varsity l oollrill 1 2 Antonra ames Flllott tl H MyerSpark11 Y Teens 10 11 12 b mm 1111.11 1 114111 E5 I1n1el1y.,11ters 10 11 Latln Club 11 GRA 12 Bdtllllllltllll 19 1111111 lub F T A X ree P1 esrdent 12 Mary Leach Elmore ' Mustang 12 Cirl Ambassadors 11 12 Y Teens 10 1. 1 ers 1 1 111' 1' Bottling 12 Public Relations lumnritteo 10 Carol Frames Elrmg I ntererl 55 Y Teens 11 12 Spanish Club 12 Lv RA 12 BIDNXIIIIL P11156 12 Ralph Wxlllam Emmrlch lnterecl 2 Monogram Club 10 11 12 Latin Club 10 11 XXFP'-11l1Hg10 11 12 Junlor Xarslty Football 10 11 Varsity Foot lall 12 Crtrzenshrp Committee 11 House and Grounds tom mittee 11 Paul Revere Ervln r 11 el 1-Ionmrrmm Umrer 10 11 12 Honor 5011911 X ue 1681416 nt 11 Presulent 12 Junior Marshal 11 key C lub 10 11 X uf Presldent 12 Vlonogr rm 11111111 12 H1 Y 12 Treasurer 14 esulerrt 11 Mustang, flllll 1 esulent 12 Iatrn I1 11 1 aseluall 11 12 Junior X rrsrty Basketball 11 1 1tlZ9TlNl1ID 10111 rnnttee 12 S1 hool Spirit Commlttee 12 lxey Llub Dlrer tort 1 11111 1 Ray Slmpson Parrls r I 1111 1011 6 btudent f,0Uf1LlI 12 Home-room Olhcer 11 12 1 lass llIl1f'I 1 lunlor 'Vlarshal 11 lxey Llub 11 12 Vlonogram 1 llllr 1 1 12 bpanlsh Q uh 11 12 Iunmr Rotarlin 1? 1311111 tommittee 11 Nlustang 1 luh 12 Baseball 11 12 X 11'-.ity 1 rskrthall 12 Jumur Varsity llrsketlmall 11 Vrrslty lfuollrrll Shrine Boul Captain 12 AllMe-eltlenburr., 12 Xl119l11 111 12 Mxldred Ann Field usan 0 ers rue 1110 1 0 reasurer 1 1-1111 111 l111l!l11lf., 10 alrrnin 1 0 N 1.151 1 I111 lbs Four senior gurls prove that they D0 want our Mustangs to win' Bruce Susan Robert Dan Eddie Dee Dee Mary Leach Carol Ralph GU Ray Millie 1121 S qs. -wr, E- . . I I I 'D : I 'ff g 4' r' ' ' 1, , ' V - - I I g r?-+1 11: r - '-'1' . ,1 , 12: F.H.A. 123 Cl '1 111 1.11111 ' I 1 Cl 3 Sp' I 'I , 12: G.A.A. 113 G.R.A. 121 'olf 121 ff g i ,yffiigi ,. 'Fe : Fill -- ' ' - 12. is 1 533 KR- gf, ' . . IC 'TTQ ' 'f '. , . IC ' 'fbi ' 2 '. ' . 1 1 1,1. ,A ,, 1 K, I ' A z I l'Ill1' '1-1172: I - , 1 1 '9 ' ' ' ' 7 ' 1 V 10, 11,, President 12: Senior Hi h Chorus 10, ll, 123 1-'.'1'.A, 11, 12: I'llllt'l'lIlI 'SLI 1 1' ' . . ' 1 , 1 - . , 11, 121F'.'1'.A. 11:11imeli'1t 11,123 I.a1inCl11l 11311.R.A.121 1 1 L: ' ' 1 " ' ' 1 T ' . 'I ' - 1 - . 1 ' 5 '. . . 1 ' ' " rf 12: 11' f , Y '3 ' '5 2 . . 3 ' I , 2 I. 1 ' D- , 3 ' : . 1 - I i IC 101' 4 '553 ' , , Q , ' " j, "' - I"'-" ' , -' : ' . 1 ' J , 1 "--- .' 3. "1 I , 1 '-' .., '. " 1, l'r 3 . 'A f ' ., 'r .' Q 1' :Q T11 . 10, 113 111111 12. I I I I I 1 - 'I -' '51 ' ' " 2 ' . 1 4'4'2:. ' 1' ' , 1. ' 11, 121 Hi- ' - 1, 1 ' - '. Tl , 3. 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' P I . , Mary Llb Walter Becky Wesley Walter en ann ohn Marcua David Gu y au PILL 14 Seniors Mary Elizabeth Fisher Entered 'rr Latm Club 10 11 GRA 12 Vlfalter Hunter Floyd r 1 ntered v4 Dxstrlbutxve Education Club 12 Rebecca Chloe Fowler l ntererl 2 1 Teens 10 Blble Club 10 French Club 11 G RA 1 Badminton lf Bowling 12 ohn Wesley Fox Homeroom Oflicer 10 11 Monogram Club 11 12 .Tumor Varslty Football 10 Varslty Football 11 12 Pnteretl H 1 2 Vlfalter McKinney Franklm r lntered Engineers Club 11 12 Industrial Arts Axxarrl 12 Benjamin Barker Gallagher r '32 Monogram Club 11 12 French Club 10 11 Virsltp, I-ootball 11 12 Track 11 12 Shrme Bowl 12 I nteled Sacra ann Gannaway lnlcrell Home-room Officer 10 Y Teens I0 Senior High 1 horns 11 12 Letter Glrl 12 Cheer Club 11 F em h t lub ll 1 I nun t lub 10 Pubhc Relations LUlTll"l1ltl69 12 Ho'-xpltxllty Lum lttze ohn Grant Garnett r Entered 55 Marcia Irvme Gay lfntered 2 Student Councll 10 11 Homeroom Officer 10 11 I url Ambassadors 10 11 12 Y Teens 10 Orchestra 10 11 X109 Pu-mlent It Blble t lub 10 Cheer Club 11 French Llub 11 latm Club 10 Red Cross 10 GAA 10 11 GRA 12 School ilblflt tigmmxttee 10 12 Hospltallty Lommlttee 12 Golf 12 ennns Davrd Pollock Gilmour lntered G2 Student Lounul12 I-Iomeroom Olhmer 10 11 Honor Notnetx 12 Junior Marshal 11 key Club 10 11 12 Monogram Tr uk 10 11 12 Cross Country 10 11 Co Captain 12 Co 1 llzlll' man Amerlcan Field Servlce Commlttee 12 Cltxzenshlp tom lee In l lfrenth Award 11 American Field Servlce Repre'-zentatne 12 Fthel Keesler Grlmour Entered 52 Student COUHCII 11 12 Homeroom Ofhcer 10 Mus tang As'-ustant Ldltor 11 Girls Sports Edltor 12 Jumor NI :rsh ll 11 1 Teens 10 11 Presldent 12 Mustang Club 12 Latm Lluh 10 Spamsh Club 11 GAA 10 GRA 12 SXXlIIlI'l'llIlg Lluh Plssldent 10 Chalrman 12 Paul Milton Gold r l ntf-reel Radlo Club Secretary Treasurer 10 llI'l1GllLl'llF'1S 10 11 Xue President 12 Latln Club 10 Actors Award 11 Hx,.,l1 N howl ltulno llllkrllll Churman 11 Knut one pearl elght semor gurls, how bout a date' if O '.Tg ' , Q . . . . 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I I Bll IIDPC Allan as Goodman Inlerf-fl 2 Benjamin Broun Cwoasett II tc r d French Club lo Lvolf 10 Tumor Xarqlty Foothill ln ohn Reid GFHWIIIC 1 11 Dorothy Anne Grayson Honieim l I ei 1 e s Ile 4 me 0 S1 lion n 11 1 Norman Clements Guthrie. r xl4lII4ll.,I un 1b 1 N nslulha X no us Vlske vi Kathryn lluabtth Hamilton moi 1 is in ll! 1 R A I2 School Spirit lomm I Luther Pdvun Hamilton i 1 'as-moi High 1 horus 141 12 Dmtributixe Ifdur ation amcs Franklin llarkey II ntered Ifsther Lee Harmon 1 it 1 Mustang 11 MyerSpark 11 l Girl Ainbafisulois B 9 um ll F If 11 Lheer Llu 1 1 Box 1 I2 Tennis Bobble Xvonnt Harris 1 S no 111 1 Catherine Ann I-larrls 11 it o 1 I Homelooni U 14 er 11 1 use il S mor High lhoir 12 President 11 Senior High renirlent 10 Pre'-ildent 11 Nlayrrette 11 Bible llul Xlustini., 1 lub 12 Spanisi ub Dunn lomnnttez Sylx la hay Hart o 1 m 1lN'sl1 ol-1 ' I ini-h 1 oo omml ee ' oust nl Knit one, pearl eleven Joe College comes at seven 7 Q L Allan Benjy John o Norman Bet lmmy ee Bobble Cathy Kay 'S 5 'YI 1 i 44 gift ,j ..T--..-- .. V L ,V .Q - , s ' IM" , , 6' 12 4: . 1 1 lin H e '51g - 3 ' g . ' ' . ' a . -- ' W f I . . x. '-,, ,A 'fry e Q ' .1 in ' lllnl -ro '51, ' ' " ' I ' "l': I 'M , l':lllf'l'1'1l 713: ' Jll1llllt'Pl' 1 1 Y-Teens 10, 11, 12: Bible- Ulub I 111: Phe '1'lub 11: I.z1in Ulub 10: Spanish Club 11, Viv -Pre-.'i -nt i 1 12: lil-,I Cross 12: 41.R.A. 123 Ilan' C mniittee II, 12: S' tl -A Sp' " U4 miniltee- 11, 12. gl ' . . . D t df 4 1-Intl-re-II 'Twig . "1 V11 123 Latin Clul 11, 12: Golf 121 5-5 1':ir.'ity ll: .' - 'll .I:um:.:'ei' 123 Jlll' r V: 'nity .a J ' tl 1 ll 11. V 1. 1. "'f ' , , , , 1-Intm-.111 T153 1+Iom1-room H1111-er 12: Mustang 12: Y-'Vet-ns ll, 123 125' Sm- ' ' lligh Vhorus 101 Bible fillll Ili: Mist: 1: Fl I 12: Vlie-vi' Vlub 113 11.A.A. 113 1. . . Q ' I itt-011. gli g lintf--1-1 '553 1' ' ' ' I , g ' " I 'z ' , vi 2 I'ro-sill:-11112. . . ' A J W: ' ic f 'ii' A - 'Ii 4-'ml 'SSI I , 21 ' .Sz , I l 11, 12: Y-Toons 1113 ibl Cl 1 1 1 . I.A. g " , ' 1 113 L 114141 l'1'l ss 11, 12: G.R.A. 123 vli lg 1 1 ' 12. ' 1 7 . 1 ' 1 l'1nt1-re-11 'img Y-'1'e4-ns 123 Senior High Chi ii' ll, 123 Sm' r 1:1 l'1n-rus IH, 11, 121 F.H,A. 123 Cheerl'1uh 113 t1.A,A, 111 41.1i.A. 131 lh1xx'lilig.: 12. Ed .I . l . j' lint:-ro-fl 'SSL Stu or I' un-i 10: ' W- 1 '12 nfi' -or 113 Se ' ' ' T ' , .' 1 S ' 'Y Vliorus 12. P .' , .' 3 1 ' ' 3 ' x ' 1 14131 sz f I 1 '.'1 Cl 12: z -X T ' -11,12. l':llll'l't'll '32L Juni r Mzirslzil 11: Girl A Izssz I 11.1 Y-'1'4--ns 10, 111 Hib1o1'lub 10: F.H.A. 111 Phe-er Club 11: lmlin Vlub log Sp: l'Iub 11, 121 11.R.A, 121 llunve fl41l1l1Ilfll'f' 10, i'1i:iil'ni:in 11. lil'-l'lI2ll1'll12lll 12: Svh l Spirit L' 'Iii 11.3 H zu l llronnwlx Voinniittov 11. L 1 'Q W Y 1 " ' f or x Q A fs Q"' Us Seniors XX rllmm lloxxarel Hart rl nur Janet aner Izlrzabeth Hawkins nm loom time-e-r 10 11 2 rms 1 4 mu Xllllllllllg I Naney I' llzabeth Have kms NOMY oseph XX .alter Helms Mustan 0 Band I0 Ihble Llun 1 rl: hte oc 1 Charles George Henderson r L3 nne Marlm Henderson H l FUUIH 1 PPIIQ ll Sl hoo 5 Chuck err, Robert Hendrn. fed Lynne Lharles XVoodrow Henkel r 1 red Bm Leonard Elbrldge Herrmg r ll eu se-bi l 1 Pcllfltld Larole Hugh JEFYY nun High l lun Q VVoody Luq X lfglllld Hill me u 1 I4 Margaret fluabeth Holdforth IPANIIIQ 1 Buddy G You gotta have heart' Co directors Kalhy and Loss work on the follies theme Vugnnm Margaret Plge '6 Sen lors Ihomas W'1lson Holllfleld Robert Carl Hord r ered 2 :dent 4 ounml 10 Ro N ate nur arqhal I1 lx y Pluh III 1 -1 le nt n 1 ts w p nm in rum: 44 Ilnuv :nfl f rounds 4 ummlttee ll Kay Carolyn Horrocks eens ' xx Tom Bobby h 0 0 n Bernard Howren r IXN Y uk 12 llililla H -l0h'mY Grey Atkins Hunter red I rm n u 2 ohn Nelson Hunter Ralph Columbus Hunter IE I nlen d Yvonne Louise Huskey n 1 r us an unmr us: 1 1 ee nf: mush Sc html Spirit tommlt 1 U ames Patrick ackson 1 xl vu bDllllSllllUlJ frail Louise acobs Johnny 1 L Chrls joseph l'loyd johnson lnffrefl w2 'W0nnErf1n1 Club ll 12 I'41nfll0 ll Xlm President nm X X trsl Im, oyce Marlyn ohnson n :red mme mm lm er 1 r 1 mlm ass ulm -. I Y 1' Dam e 1 ummlttee 12 btI1oulSp1rlt Lommltttt 12 l lllltllNl1ljD lllllIlllllC0 Do not open unhl May 31 say Luclue, Buddy, and Lebby as they fmlsh wrapping ihe senior class gift Page 27 Luckle oe Joyce 4-"' t g A 115 'Xia Q' '55 dvr ,W 09" rf-rr :IH Anne Bob Marcia Marshall enn Doke oe Eugene t eniors Anne Scott Johnston l'3IlI1'l'f"l '551 Student Counvil IH: Honieroom Ufiiver Il, IZZ: Illmor Sm-ii-ty III: .Innior Marshal II: Y-Teens 10: Fw-m'Ii t'InIl IZL ILILA, IZ: I'ilizt-nship Uonnnittev II. Robert Story Johnston Iiiitt-rw-:I 'MZ Homeroom Officer 12: Key t'luIw Ill, II, I2: Molwi-ll'2IHI Vlnlv Io, II I2: Bible Club 10: Uliw-r Club II: Trai-It Ili, Il. 12. Marcia Paulette ones I I 1 tu 1 r m IPO x I 9 D XX ayne Marshall ones I ustan 11 enior gh l horns II me D 4 lt ship omnilttee Florenee ennmgs ordan nt r I 7 Homeroom Ofiieer 12 Y Teens I0 Il II I 4 I I I' S IUII IIII l IIIIIIIII Donnelle Keenan Q li Pnl 1 I Bernard oseph McClain Kelley I tr I 4 Home-room Officer 11 12 Mustang Ross NIMH S ilitfr I' Honor Som lety 11 Treasurer I2 H 8 I I t nt II 1 Iieer C lub 11 Astronomy Club I0 11 Tl9iQllF6l I9 Suzanne Elizabeth Kmcheloe I ntuel Homeroom Ofliter 12 X Teens 12 Fu l .olf1" Artlierg I Pugene Alexander lxnight I nteretl fhacldeus Ralph K0ll1l7flJINSkl Charles Lothran Lambeth ntuul 6 I ngint-us Llub I2 Track 11 bint en Upinmn Lum nntt I St Iiool bpirlt Lomnnttee 12 Sally Cothran Lambeth I nt r I MyerSpark, Circ-ulttion 'IItnu.er I2 I irl Ainluis I It s Teens I0 tm I I ite Pre-sn en ' Tennis N I 4 rt 1 nn n 1, milttt I2 Hospitality Committee I Teddy Semors study physics through modem film lecture technique Chuck UY 91 I ri' let N Ixos Ionnltix I0 II IZ btluol Spirit tornrnillu I' K Illiite-rn-I '5?r: It mer ini Ollieer II: H4 nfr S 'ie-ly IZ: Y-" nr IB. ' I Iianl IH, Il, I2: Rihl Clul IH: Latin l'IuIv III, II1 l7I'l'lIt'lI t'InI1 IZ: 1l.Il..X. I2g Tennis II. U I, , - , J . I'Int-ri-rl '3Z2: M g 1 S ' - Hi' ' s 1 II Hlw' W 1'lnI II: Hand IU, II, 123 Fren-li Cluh II, 123 Latin 1'IuI- III: if l'iIi'.-n." 1' ' 1 11, 1 Q.. , if 5 X S 1-: .-V.-1 'npr r 1 - , , , Lp F.i..x. 1:1 4'h+- -r Vlulu II: Spanish l'luI III, ll, I2: RI-I K' oss III: 1I.Il.A, IZ. " A Iranvv Uommittee 12: Sol l S1"'t 'I ' It-0 IZZ. in lint -rc-:I 'STQ Y-Teen' 123 F.T,A, 123 Fr -I CIuI I21 G,R.A. lt: llonlinu 12. , J Y , N 4. YE? J ' " ' ' lf- , -In xref '5 1 , 1 . .' 'tp IC ' w L3 " , 1 i- ' ll, 2, Tr-:tsl '-I' ! . , , , . , .., -I -'I '57: " 1 '- S 1 "knelt 'lub II: II.R..'k. 12g 1' -2 ' ' 2. ' C '37, s H A N x J , . in I. ' ' fi' .' A Wi K Suzy Entered '52. I .Q 1 it ' , ' ' ' - TI IA: :-- wit" 1, A, -I vu-1 '55g I 2 ' . 2 : f 3 'I' :.'sz- , th Il, 121 Y- 1 La' Clul 101 Spanish f'InIr II: In-tl Vrtss I23G.A,A. IU, l1:G.R.A., V' - ' ."l t Ii.: II, I3: 1 A- Varsity Tennis Tearn II, I23 Ytll-ylvall121Sllll'llli1' in 1' m- ? A . H C w. . Y , . 2' Us Q - IQ 4' '43 . . . . at ,K fi . ' 'I E fga ,Q -,L r 0 4 r 1 E A 1: .' ' be f , J W. S II 'I' 7 .,,4 rl ' , ' 1, 2 71 " , if "lm: h Ii ,T ii A I Q' ,I , i Pi 7 A ll, Seniors Susanne Bernuce Lane I I u 1 2 Student 1ouncu1 12 Homeroom Uflheu 11 Honor Nu-ulty 1? 1uuutm Youth Confereme 11 Junuor Mtrshal ll 1 'l' Buble 1 1 Xlust mu. 1 lub IZ Lheer 1 lub 11 Fremh Llub 11 Treasurer 1 I utun 1 lub 10 11 G R A 12 S1 hool Spurut 1 ounmuttee 1 0 Lluaur nu un I ll um e 1 ommuttee 11 12 Student Opunuon Comnuuttee 12 Mary Frances Leak l ut u 1 Homeroom Officer 12 MyerSpark 11 Adxertuiung liuusuuue-.su N1 unrger 12 Y Teens 10 11 12 Buble Club 10 F H -1 1 In-er 1 lub 11 French Club 10 Munna LCV1 luutc-red 1 Mustang Assistant Attuwutues hdutor 12 Y Teens Il If FTA 11 Treasurer 12 French Club 11 Seuetary 1 1 -X X l1 GRA 12 Bowlung 11 12 Swummung 11 Publue Relu Iuouus 11ul11h1lliP6 12 Amon George Luner r ntered 2 Honor Socuety 11 12 Lumeluglutersu 11 12 Spmuslu v S u I duard Nuessner Lorung euul l ulunLlub11 Base u 1' .Iun1 ur-uuty Po-.1 Il 11 N usuty lfootball 12 Dame Lomnuuttee 12 Howard Arthur MacKunnon r Entered 57 Mrchael Bruce Maddock luuteueml 2 Monogram Club 11 12 Band 10 11 12 Q7lLh9Slll 10 11 12 1 rtunL,lub 11 12 Wrestlung 11 12 Xarsutx Footba Ernest Lynwood Mallard I ul u 1 1 Houneuoom Officer 10 11 Class Oflueer 12 lxey Club Nluuuog.,ua 11 Pr ben u lux ll Buble 1 lub 10 1 utun Llub 10 .lunuor X ursuty Brsketbu I0 X uu-.uty Football 10 l1 Lupt un 12 'NIunlu.eu Bookstore Karen Ann Mansfield I nt u l be-uuuur Hugh Chorus 12 Lumelughters Rudolph Lawrence Mansfueld n mu I' ll 17 Myerspal' 7 11111111 uu b u u um 'lr L Juluuou Xaus 1 1l'ul1 10 X uusuty Football 11 12 Juuuuor N usuty Pqsketbu 0 ean Cy nthia Manriply 'Z 'TL.g 1 0- ' -' ' 3 '-" .' , L. "1-ulstu'-' 2 U -uuior , 1' .' 3 ' e ' u UQ . ... 23 1,1 ' ,lubl 3 - ,, L.: ' ' , 3 . ,.. :13.H.A.12: Hos '- z ' b' 11llllll1illrc' 2. Barbara Caroline Marshall " ered FL' Y-T g Iatin Llub . Mrs. Lancasfer convinces her seniors thai the French subiunctive mood is EASY. 5 vc u ue Teeny Mum: Amon Howard Muke Lynwood Karen Rudy Cynthia Barbara 4'-N 4 ar- new R Seniors Jud ud1th Ann Martm Y 1 erSpark IZ X 'leens ltr ll 11 I4 i X M' f e111h L uh 1 Lowell 11 Ii1l1l1o11s 1 111111111ttee WS' R1chard l dvsm Lowell Mason r 1 Ho111e1oo111 Utiu QI ltr lied L F045 ll XI llllbgl llll 1 l I 1 Jumor arslty booth 1ll 111 1151115 not rl George Rnhard Manny 11t11 Anna jean Mayhew 1' S ll ll1f,,I1 Anna Jean L ' Charles Ruhard McArn II 1-11211 larle XX aync M1Call.1 1 1 111 1 ef-1tr1 g, 11-111'-1 11 14111 K I4 R,ch,,,d Larolme Harrison hiCLld.ll1 ll 11 111 o 1 11111 A111l11Ss11o Nl 1 1 N 111-11l 'I ee IS lr1- mm El 1 Lllllfllglllt rx Wayne 1 lub 110 Re1lt11ms I0 L R A 12 Dan1e Lo1111111tte1- ll 11111 111 ez lranua Dunllev McDonald r 1 1 11 17 Lllllrllg,lllPlN 1-111111 5,1 11 N 1 lxarcn LLNVIS lNlLlXlDI1Ull 1- lgllh IN 1 E' A g' Carolme s XX1lI1am Raymond MLLLSILI Ffdnkle nh-1 ff Wfs., Karen ud1th Arlene McManus 1111 ll K lllll Spar 1 In 111 judnh Lee Meadows 1 G Melinda and commlfree members ponder rhelr favorrre sryle of IllVIfCfl0ll Q Judy udy gil Seniors lrcderick Stewart Means r 11111 1 -XP 11 Lnbineers Llub 12 Llflll 1 Sara Llizabeth Melasky 14 111411 ocle y 11 eens ll I 1t1n Llub 111 Spanish 1,lub 11 A 11111111 1 111111111ttee Robert lford Meyer 1 ered Richard Mcrivwethcr Mitghell l11tere11 11 .zmes Livingston Mooney 111116-r1111m U ner 11 1111151 1111 1 111 ll ixl llll. 41 11111 Alice Lluabeth Moore. ll Fl Mustan 12 1 Teen-1 11 12 benior flll-,ll Llminw 111111 ll L1t1n 1 lub 111 bpdnish 1 ' ll6'l.'-l i 1 191 111111 1bIIll1llll1"t4 I 11 1 1 ll'-1 Melinda Anne Morriaon 1111 wi 1 l' li 1 ll Duncan Morton r 111111111111111 11Il1Ler 10 ll H X 1 P4tr11.1.1 can Morton ll I l l 1 jurg XY alter Muller 5111111111 Lou1111l 1 Musta g 1- lu1 1111-14 1 114111 11-111 111 11111 atricm Ann Murray lu 111-1 1 u11 ll 1 11 1,11 11- Harrictt Butltr Nash 1 tl 11 1 1 1 ll 1 11 llllll 1., 1 ll s 1 1 1 1 111-sim 11111 51111 1111111111tL e ll Litmenal ll 1 o111n11ll11- Davld and his colleagues dehafe the all lmportanf queshon, Who wlll be our baccalaureate speaker' O K 111 "91l'521 J.,. . 3 " "' ' ' 3 1 ' Tllllb 11. F lflll 1'e1l '523 H1 ' S ' t , 121 Y-T l , 11, 121 F.T.A, ll: l,llllt'llL1lll1'l'S 121 .2 ' T Q ' ' ' ' , 1l.R,.. 115: 1111111 1 ' ' ' 12, ' l'I1t ' '52g llistrllmutivv l+11lu1'atti1111 1111111 12. 'I l':llltAl'01l '52: H 1l'f 1 1 M1 "1 Tl l 1 , ll, 1151 M1.'1 - l'lllll 12: li1"1llfI' ss 113 'l'1'u1'k 111, ll, 121 Vzirsily 11' - 111111 IH. ll, 12. 1-111-11'55g 'Z '- . , Q' ' " ' '. 111, ll11'l11-el' I 3 1 ' J 5 ' ' ' 3111.1 ll, "'z.111'1-1- 11.51 1l,,X,A. 111 11,l,A. 12g A1"l 'y 121 liz ' 11 ' Z1 S1-111111lS11irit 1' nimittee 121 M'll'e Al .lung 115. l':lll1'l'k'1l '523 Y-'l'ev11s1l1, 11, 123 Bible 1211111 1111 F.H.A. 12: l".'l'.A. 12: Sli i.l 1'llll1 lllg 1j.H.A. 12: ul11i1- 11111111 ns l'1lll 11iI1111- 12. l':ll11'l'f'fl '55g H ' '- , 3 i- ' 121 Latin llllll 1113 '1'1-111-k 113 Varsity 1911111112111 ll, 12p Yzwsity ljasketlmll 11, 12: 1r:1111-1-1'11111111i1tw- 12. 1111111-1-1-11 'SEQ 1li1'1 A111I1z1ss11l1111's 111, 11, 121 Semi 1' lligl 1'1111i1' lug S1-1111111liu111'11111'11s1113191-1-111'111'l1111ll, 1153 1.1 llll l'llllb l1I31l..X,,X. 113 11.1l..X. 12: 1l111l' 123 lS11v1i11g, 1T11z1ir111z111 12. I-11111111-11 'STL ' ' T -' Z1 n 121 K y 1,1 1 122 1-Ing' rs' 1'l11l 123 " iis 12.11 :XII " -z Field Se1'v11'e lflxi-1111111111 S1 'lll 115. IJ, ' ', . 1121111-re-11 '523 Y-"Uris 111, 121 Bil 'l 1115 lllll -11:1 lc-rs 1113 1-'1-1'111'11 1'I11l1 llg 11.lLA. 12g li1"i' 123 U1111- 1'11111111il111f- 115. l-211-'eel T153 li lllt'l'1ll'l1 11111 -er 3 Y-Teens Ill, llg S1-ii 1' 1111111 1'1111i1' ll, 121 Se ' ' Hijl 11111113 ll, 125 liille Clul IU: l".'l'.A. 111, 11: 1'111-1-1-1'lul1 113 11211111 lilllll 1113 1l.A,.X. 111, Vi'-- " 1-111 111 Svl 11' "it ' ' 1- 3 " " '1 1 I - ll. 'SWE 1-KN bn... many 1 T:-P is-v 1'3- Q..- Carolyn 0 Eddre Jerrle Jerry Phyllrs Jocelyn Henry oe Davld Albert Page 3' Seniors Carolyn Elaine Naumoff I nterecl w Hono1 Souety 11 12 Clvltan Youth C o11fe1e111t hurl Ambassadors 11 12 Y Teens 10 11 12 Band 10 1- '1' A l1 1 lllll Q luh 10 bpmlsh Llub 11 L AA 11 G RA 12 5111111111111 Rrulf, Phrlrp Denms Needham lll19IE'41 4 Honor Sotlety 12 Band 11 12 Urcl1eatra12 I 1 lvlllllil Robert Hucks Nuttall 1 ntered 6 Senlor Hlgll Cholr 11 12 ben1o1 I'll1.,l1 L l10lUS 11 o ant 4 1ea 1 1 P S S1 o111111ttee 1 em 1 l 11te1ed Edward Mlchael O Herron Entered at French Club 11 Mary Geraldme Orr 1 Y Teens 12 GRA 12 Brldge llub 1 .41 e ommntee 12 bm I1ool SDITII Pommlttee 1' l 11191911 l 11161611 Thomas trome Orr r 2 Band 10 11 Othestra 11 12 Idll L11 10 Phyllns Hopt Ovtrtarsh u Home-room f1f1'IL6I'1U X Teens 10 11 12 If 1 81111118111 L luh 12 Dante Q,0I'I'lll1ltt6'6 11 12 ocelyn Marne Palmer med Horneroom l1fT1t-er 10 1 Teen'-1 111 11 1 em If e lub 10 1 C 12 S111111111111g 0 bt lllllll blllll 4 411111111ttee 1' 111111 e 1011111111199 1' Publu ll6'litlUl1'i oo1111111t11 1 Henry Clay Parker llI 11tt 1 11141 1 o 11 1511 ee 1 lllb otl Hampton Patterson r 11111 11 Lade Co111111111te1 S 111411 1111.1 1 enmr H1g,h Lhtnu'-1 11 12 ljlS1lblllX8 1 11111 11111 Davld Lawrence Ptarce l lllt'IB41 Se 11 Hgh Lholr 10 11 qenlul H gl 1llUlllN ln 11 B115-1 ulee 1.11111 10 11 Cheer L lub 11 Trtthf- Lo1111111tl1-e 1 lflNII'Ibll1lN6 lwlut 1t1o11 t lub 1109 Pl9S1L19l1l 1 Albert fheodorc Pearson jr 1 lll6'I'Pl1 P Llmellghteri 10 Track 10 11 12 l1USif0lll1l 5 Q 1153.545 A nw lvl uni Slow down semors, protect our underclassmen' my flirt! V 1 K . r . 'I 'STZ ' 1' , Q ' ' f ' " 113 K la.: A we lzr, - , I. . . , . . , .1 P. . we Q 'E4'Mf3j 'I ' '5 3 -' 5 - , g ' , . -1 111111 Milli 1-1111, III, 113 " '. 12. -8 fi' 7-rv?-' 1 1, y A K . i 4: V V ,Sw , . b . ' : , . . .Y , i D' V 121 B y:-1' Glee Club 113 B' 1 11, 123 Ur-l 'tw IZ.: n'l'll4Nll S Dll'll ' -1 " 1' 1 ' 23 F1' 'l l'l11l1 12. - if 1 Tiff 3 b . A . ' III P i EX-1 . V A ' ' ' . f . ':. 1 , A E .VZ .5517 l . L 'I ' '5"g - , 'Q . . . 3 ' ' T 21 F lf 122 5 llilll - 4' ' 5 ' - ' ' , ' 1.. 1 12 A .bt . rfifw ' I .Il J -I ' '5-g , 3 r' , 5 1' '11 'lll , 11. -I .' 'GFQ '- U 3 '- , , 3 '.H,A. 21 l'll1l ' '55g 3 '- , , :V '11 ' illllll 113 '1' lll'l1 C ,11, 2g 1.R.A. Q " ' "1 1 " ' '-'1 x ' ' L.: 2 " ' ' Z.: " 1 ' , ' ' H 12. s IC -'eel 'Slip St- ' 1' Higl U11 11' 11, 123 Se-ni 1' llip.:l1 l'llUl'llS 11, 123 ys' lil 'l 11, 12. X l'I -'ml 'T123 l'.A.P. 10, , Y I 1 1 ' 123 0 ' ' "I tj 1'l11i1' 121 S ' "' 'I t t , 3 '.t"l 1" 1111111-1 ' ll . 1' 12. ' 1 . 4: 1 'nag 1111- if ' ' , ,lzgt 1--1 :Q 1 7' - " '2." V G '5L: ' ' f- 2 ' , . 53' T 1-1 12. ' ev . . f, L- J 1 . K. X V Q, o Seniors Claire Ellen Petersen Entered '55g Y-Teens 113 Cheer Club 11: Limelighters 11, 12: Clone French Club 11, 121 Latin Club 10, 11g G.R.A. 12. james Edward Peterson jr. Entered '553 Engineers' Club 12g Band 103 French Club 11. Ruthlee Phillips Entered '52: Student Council 121 Homeroom Officer 104 Mustang 123 Y-Teens 10, 11, 123 Bible Club 105 Cheerleader 11, 123 Mustang Club 12: Cheer Club 113 Limelighters 103 French Club 11, 12: Latin Club 10: G.R.A. 12: Dance Committee 11, 123 School Spirit gonicmigteiey 11, Co-Chairman 125 Assembly Committee 125 Calen- ar lr , Harry McFall Pickett Ill Entered '523 Homeroom Officer 12: Spanish Club 12: Dance Committee 12. Frances Virden Pilcher Entered '52g Y-Teens 11, Vice-President 123 Cheer Club 113 French Club 11. Mary Frances Pipkin Entered '55: Homeroom Officer 10, 11, 12: MyerSpark 12: Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 Majorette 113 Bible Club 10: Cheer Club 113 French Club ll, 123 G.R.A. 12. Nancy Lee Poley Jimmy Ruthlee Harry Frannie Entered '523 Y-Teens 10, 11, 125 F.H.A. 12: French Club 113 Molly Latin Club 10' Public Relations Committee 12 Gail Polk Entered 55 MyerSpark1l 12 Y Teens 11 FTA 11 Latin club ll GAA 11 Charles Alexander Porter r Entered 'Vlonogram Club 11 12 Band 10 11 12 Orchestra 12 Track 10 11 12 Charles Roland Powell Entered 12 Student Council 10 Home-room Othcer 11 12 Class Ufhcer 10 Honor Soclety 12 Boys State Junior Marshal 11 key tlub 10 11 12 Monogram Club 10 11 Vlce President 12 H1 X 11 12 Presldent 10 Mustang Club 12 French Club 10 Track 10 11 12 Cross Country 10 11 Co Captain 12 House and Grounds Committee 10 Dale Roy Powell Pntered 54 Madehne Carolyn Prather Entered o Senior High Chorus 12 FHA 12 Nancy Gal Charlie Af er all, we only have forty minutes for lunch! Charhe fd- hq Da e Carolyn Page 33 - . 1 . . . . - v y v - ' 1 ' 1 - 1 1 . , . . . . vrr. . . . 'J-31 A 1 1 1 1 1 . , , . - . vr . - . - . W ' 1 t 1 y ' 1 1 , : : : . I Y , w . 1 1 ' - ' . . Y 1 , 1 . . A 1 1 1 ' 1 1 I 1 G ' C 1 1 1 1 1 ' I . ' ' Q ' . -w ---. - - . l. 1 1 . . . 11 t - 11 . K TW, f 1, - .11 'f A M ...M 1M .n. .-:- ' . L. 1 V ' 6 , 7 QW' 1 1 V ,, 1 ,'5,.-9- M -1 1 1 1 A ent , , W '. 'V 5'1" Y ' A ' A . 4. . K. 1--.3,, g' ' .:zs'.f- - , ,J .ugh H 11:-,Q--ee, -, 5. -- ' 'A sy' , . if 'zu ' f.' .F u 1.1 ' . , f it-Ni "- I Harry Mervme Jimmy U Y Senlors Harold Merrill Pressman l nterul 2 qXXl111Y11ll'l,, 11 Mary josephxne Prxce L wed X Teens 10 11 12 FTA 11 Cheer Club Mary Irvme Reed 191011 11 s S l1l0I' IL 1 L11011 1 S 0 Hlgll C horus 10 11 Frent 11 Llub 11 Spamsh Lluh 10 Seuel 111 esnlent 12 1 1? Box Te N ' ames Rxves Remey r lntered -1 Nlonogram Club 11 12 H1 H 12 XXFESUIIIQ 11 12 T 101111 17 Xarslty Football ll 12 lunmr X irsltx I+11oth111 10 Judith Woolard Rhodes FIll9Y'PLl Homeroom 011106-r 12 1 Teens 11 11 B1ble tluh 10 Lheer Llub 11 French Club 12 Latm Club 10 11 G R -X 12 BOXXllllL, 11 Brldge 12 Sn 11001 Slllllll COllllllltl69 12 LllC1ll2i Rrcca 1- lltltlll Student Counr-11 19 Glfl An1b xss xdors 1' X Tun-. 12 btfllllll' Hlgh Qhllll' 19 Senlor H1gh Lhorus 12 -XI'll8I'lC3l1 F1elcl Serxue lL'4xl11Ilg9 Student W'1ll1am Barton Richards lfntered 11 bWlll1Y'l'llI11..lll Tfllllt CUIIIITAIIUPP 11 O C - '5..g . " ' -r I. .lo 'illl ' 1 'SSI '- , , 3 , . , 1 ' 11g LLA..-X, 10, 11. 1121-1 ' '32: Y-'1' 1 'Ili 10, 11, 12: 6 ' 'l ' " '1-111 1' 11. Prll ' -'Q 'i.A.,x. ll: G.11.A.' L: vlinf: 121' l1lll.'llf:. . 5 ' '5 1 . ' 1 1 2 '- ' 1 ' -' ' ' . 'Z Yi ' , L: ' ' , 1 . ' 'z .' 5 ' 1 . n ' '35: Q 1 '- ' , L: ' ' I1 -' 'STL ' ' L: " 2 'z ' L: '- 1- J J d , .. . , . . Lucille Robin Gail Roberson H1111-1-1-11 'SEQ Mustang 11, Aalw-1'tisi11g' Rlklllili-IPI' 12: Junior Alill'Sllill 11: Y-T .' 1 , 11: Lim li1.:'hte s 11: Frencl Club 11, 123 1111111 Cl ' :'G.A.A, 10, ll.: -cretztry of .'z Amal unior l1llJI'2AI'l1 1's I '5': 1 ' " . 11 ' T . ' " 1 g 2. ' 'I 'TTL '- ' . 1 ' ' ' 2 . . . : . B - . -5311. V.-n , Z ':. .If 1.1 ' ' 3 I . , I.: '- ,fl 1 , Vg 1 y ' arl' Robin Sandra o Carroll Lebby Pagc 34 ee-ns 0 e rs 1 1 ull 10 Se X 1t11 J ll Xsso111t1o11s 10 Hospltallty C0l'l'lI'lllll9t' 19 Sandra Lee Roberts 1' nteresl b lllStI'lb1ltlX6 Fdut lflilll 1 lull Se11et1r1 1 oy Elalne Roblnson lLf'Il6'Itll 1 X Teens 11 12 L1!T1Cllgl1l6lS 12 GAA 11 GR -X 12 Plflg Xarmty R'1sketha1112 Tenn1s11 12 Elrzabeth Carroll Rogers h,11t1-1911 S Student COUllC'll Setret.-113 11 Hon1eroon1 Ulhrer 10 Honor Souety 11 12 QlNltil1 Xouth Conferen1e 11 Iunmr Naxshal Lhlef 11 L1rl Anlbassadors 11 17 X Teens 10 11 Sennn H1 11 1 horus 12 1311119 Llulm 10 Lhe-er Lluh 11 11109111 11191 11 H1411 11 Nlustmg, Club 12 I 1t1n Cluh 10 XX aws 11111 X11 111s 1 om1n1tte14 11 S1 houl SDIIII LOI'I'll11ltl99 12 May Lebby Rogers hnte-red :P Mustang 11 X Teens 10 11 Chee-r Club 11 lfreneh Club 11 17 Latm Club 10 School Splflt Comnuttee 12 Hosp1 111111 l ommlttee 12 House and hrounds K ommlttee 10 Bobby and the rest of the Commencement Commnttee have flnally completed thelr plans WY i"'. Senlors Thomas Schley Rogers r l-ntered 12 Home-room Oilleer 12 Vlonobram Club 11 12 H1 Y 10 11 12 Latm Club 10 Engineers Club 12 Spanish Club SWIITIITIIIIH 11 12 Baseball 11 12 School Splflt Commxttee Dance Commlttee 11 12 Athletlc Commlttee 12 George Wllllam Rose r hntered 03 Latxn Club 10 Spanish Club 12 ames Montgomery Rose lsntered Z hngmeers Club 12 Lnmelxghters 12 Ifrench Club Mane Melmda Rose Lntered 02 Student Council 12 Honor Soclety 11 12 Glrl Am hassadors 11 12 Y Teens 10 11 Cheer Club 11 Llmellghters 12 French Club 11 12 Latm Club 10 Handbook Committee LuCha1rman 12 Dance Commlttee 12 School Splrlt Commit te l Howard Martm Rubm Entered 57 Robble Bermce Sams lnntsred Student Council Homeroom Officer 10 .lunlox Xlarshal 11 Girl Ambassadors 12 Y Teens 10 11 Senior Hlgh Chorus 10 llustang Club 12 Spanlsh Club 11 GA A 11 G R A 12 Dante Lommlttee 11 12 Public Relatlons Commlttee 12 Szhool Splrlt Commlttee 12 oan Gall Sandler lantered n Honor SUCIBIY 12 Y Teens 10 11 Orchestra. 10 11 Presldent 12 Llmehghters 10 11 French Club 11 12 Red Cross 1' Lv A A 11 G R A 12 Cltxzenshlp Commlttee 11 Pubhc Rela IIUIIS Lommtxtee 10 11 Robert Wagner Saunders l ntexed a2 Monogram Club 12 Senior I-hgh Cholr 11 12 Senior Hxgh Chorus 11 12 Latln Club 11 12 Baseball Manager ames Michael Schmucker lnntered 5 Senlor Hugh Choir 12 Senxor Hlgh Chorus 12 School SDIFII Commlttee 12 Publxc Relatlons Committee 12 Sally ean Seaman erul 1 Teens 1 12 GRA 12 holf 12 BOXXllHf, Ann Austm Sherrill Lntered .J5 Y Teens 10 11 Treasurer 12 Blble Club 10 F T A 10 11 Cheer Club 11 French Club 11 X106 President 12 Latm Club 10 Red Cross 10 GAA 10 Secretary 11 GRA 12 Sxxlmmxng 10 11 12 Volleyball 10 11 12 Publlc Relations Com mittee 10 Jlldltll Allen Shope lntered b Y Teens 12 Orchestra 11 12 Mustang Club L R X 12 Bmsllng 12 Bridge 12 School Spxrlt Commlttee 12 Dune Q ommlttee 12 The Social Committee gets mto the swung of fhmgs with a Bunny Hop of Its own r'EF!"" Q'-wt!!! Tommy Jimmy Melinda Howard Page 55 Slkky oan Sandy James Sa y Ann udy O 1 5, -'ffzg V , . b . , , 1 D M' 12, Bm , ,. . J . . .WZ . . , .2 . - . 3 1 ll, 12. ti A 4 l - ' ' A . fl Q I ' 'A , 1 ' ' , : ' '11- ' l '57: ' ' ' 5 ' ' ' I Bible Club 103 Limelighters 123 Latin Club 103 Spanlsh Club 12: J J lint 1 '54g '- . 10, 1 , 'Q 1, , , 3 ' 'g " " 12, G - '5': - , 2 ' , 2 12: 1..1.1: : 1' " ' 1 . . . . . . . 8 II '.-4.--YW f se 'L , 1-M-Ira M t .uzilf ' ffwili Q x , . A ff' ' fe., 4 3 J Mary Bonnie Ronnie Make on erry Edward a Brenda Freddie Gary Page 56 Senlors Mary Wallace Shotwell l ntE'FPd ll Glrl Amb rssadors 11 12 Y Teens 10 11 12 1 heel Llub ll Litm Club 10 G A A 11 Q1 RA 12 Dante Commutee 11 12 Handbook Commxttee 12 H09IJlt'llItX 1 ommnttee 12 Xlllhe Nlubtang 12 Bonnie Sue Shublun Entered 2 Ronald Lee Shubkm hntered Band 10 11 Lngmeexs Club 12 Latm Club ll Sp rnlsh Llub 11 Michael Geoffrey Shulman Lntereml 2 Student Counul 10 11 Honor Souety 11 12 hex Llub 10 11 12 'Vlonogram Llub 10 11 12 Latm Llub 12 bp Lnlbll Club 10 Te-nn1s10 11 12 Junlor Varsity Basketball 11 Junlol VHFSIKQ Football 10 Yarslty Football 12 Dante Commlttee 10 11 Athletic Commlttee 10 11 Harnard Book Award 11 Donald Walker Shuman r lrntered 52 Student Counf.1l12 Monobram Club 11 12 Semoz Club 12 Track 11 12 Cross Country 11 12 JUHIOPXRFSIIQ Foot ball 10 Traffic Commlttee 11 Chairman 12 lzrnest 1rardS1fford r lntereml 2 Hugh Izdward Singleton lfntered 1 heer Llub 11 Babe-b xll 10 Trltk 11 Patrxcra ane Sloan Fntered 2 '1 Teens 11 Setretary 12 Cheer tlub 11 llme hghterfa 10 11 12 French Llub 10 School Splrxt Committee Albert Copeland Smarr Fntered aw L -XP 10 Band 10 11 12 Rullollub 11 bDll1l'ill L lub 12 Tennis 12 Brenda Powell Smith Lntered of MyerSpark11 Art Edltor 12 X Teens 10 Urc-lxeslxl 10 11 12 Ilmellghtere 10 French Club 12 Latm Club 11 1 Frederlc Wrlllam Smlth l- ntered 5 Gary Lafon Smith lf ntered With maxed emohons classmates face the uncertam on report card day C Q ' z . ' 512 - M , , 33, ' '5 . 1 . . Q52: , 1 ' ' -' 1 ' ' ' '1 1 . . YI ' f ' ' 1 . 'L -. -'R 1 '. 1 " 2 0' , 'L ' ' ' High Chorus 10, 11, 125 Boys' Glee Club 10, 11, 12: Engineers' . . . I . , - C 1 - D 'Z J , . I '56g 7 T 3 ' ' z 3 1 ' , 12. 4 '51 '- , ' ' ' : ' ' : I - ' . , , 1 ' 7 1 ' ' ' 12. . "fp , 1 ' , , 1 2' ' :l'z '. P t ' , , :MJ ' , l: ' , l : ' ' l I ,b I '5 . I '55, AI 1 l Seniors Glbson Locke Smith Pntered 11 Spamsh Club 11 Wrestlmg, 11 12 Track 10 12 G'bbY Rufus Kader Smlth r Pnterefl av Mustang, Attlwltxes Edltor 12 Senlor Hlgh Chorus 10 11 12 Boys Glee Club 10 11 Mustang Club Vice Presldent 12 Spamsh Club 11 12 .lunlor Varslty Basketball 11 Varsxtg Basketball Manager 12 School Splrlt Commlttee 12 Dance 1 ommlttee 12 Sylvla Louise Smith lntered 1:1 FHA 12 Wayne Bewerxdge Smlth r hntered 32 Monogram Club 10 11 12 Blble Club 10 Spanish 1 lub 12 Red Cross 10 Golf 10 11 12 Varslty Basketball Man ager 10 11 School Splrlt Commlttee 12 Dance Committee 12 Nlannter Bookstore 10 11 12 Robert Stephen Spelzman I-nts-red v2 Monogram Llub 12 Latin 1 lub 10 Spamsh Club ll 12 XYl'QStllI1g 11 Tennls 10 Junxor Xarslty Football 10 11 X arslty Football 12 Susan Kxttrell Sprock lwltererl W2 Y Teens 10 11 12 Senior Hugh Choir 12 Buble I lub 10 F HA 12 Cheer Club 11 French Club ll 12 Spanish f lub 10 G R A 2 Barbara Sue Spurrler hntered 52 Homeroom Officer 10 Y Teens 10 11 12 Senxor Hlgh Chorus 10 Blble Club 10 F H A 12 Cheer Club 11 Latln Club 10 Spanlsh Club 12 School Splrxt Commlttee 12 Loretta Lue Stafford hlntered 214 Y Teens 10 11 12 Blble Club 10 FHA 12 FTA 12 Cheer Club 11 Latln Club 10 11 G RA 12 Patr1c1a Ann Stalhngs l ntered 2 Homeroom Ofllcer 11 MyerSpark 11 Co News Editor 12 Junlor Marshal 11 Glrl Ambassadors 12 Y Teens 10 ll letter Gxrl 11 Cheerleader 12 Mustang Club 12 Cheer C lub 11 latln Club 10 Spanlsh Club 11 12 School Spxrlt Commlttee 12 Dance Committee 12 ames Lawson Stanley Entfered1?5 Monogram Club 10 11 12 French Club 10 11 2 Luclus ones Stanley r lfntererl '3 Student Counul 12 Senlor High Chorus 10 12 Boys Glee Club 10 11 12 Lxmellghters 12 latin Club Red Cross 10 11 X1 restlmg 11 School Splrlt Commlttee 12 LeRoy Eflrd Stanton l ntererl 2 Sylvia Wayne 0 Ile Barbara Retta a IS IS school spmt persomhed Lawson Pagt In LeRoy I Myra Dlc Carol nm Mary o Edith o n Bobby Anne Robert Page 38 Seniors Wllllam Worthlngton Starr MyerSpark 10 11 Sports Ed1tor12 Band Latln Club 11 12 Awtronomg Club 10 11 1 Entered 3 Orchefatra 12 Myra Lynn Steele Y Teens 10 11 12 benlor Hlgh Chorus, 11 g11a1exC1lx5b 10 French Club 11 12 Red Cross 10 11 12 GAA Entered Richard Henry Stephan Monogram Club 10 11 12 Lngmeere 6 Spanish Club 12 Varsity Basxetball Manager 10 Entered 4 Carol Barbara Stlteler CAP 11 Senior Hlgll Chorus 12 Volleyball 12 Bowlmg 12 Mustang 12 Entered 6 G R A Cllfford James Stokes Pntered 2 Mary Morgan Stokes Entered 2 Mustan 11 Honor SOCIQKQ 12 Y Teens 10 11 ff EA 15 12 Cheer lub 11 Latm Club 10 Spanlsh Club 11 A 1 Robert Tyler Stone II Entered 1' Student Qounml Treasurer 11 President 12 Home room 01111 er 11 Clif-1-1 Uflirer 10 Boy'-1 St ite Jllllltbl 'Nlarahal 11 L1ub10 11 12 H1Y10 11 12 Blble Club 10 Vlustanpt Club 12 Lheer Club 11 I atm Club President lo Spanlsh l lub 1 School Splrlt Committee 10 Dance Commlttes 10 11 12 Iumor Rotarlan 12 Edlth Ellen Storey 12 FTA 12 Cheer Club 11 Latm Llub 10 GAA 11 GRA 2 Bonlm 11 12 Sulmlmn john Sherman Stralton Entered wa I atm Club 10 11 ennle 1' Robert Lee Stutts r Entered 12 Homeroom Ofllcer 10 Senlor High Chorus 12 Span rsh Club 11 Jumor Varelty Football 11 Xareltg Football 1 Anne GlbSOU Sulllvan Entered 6 Student Counul 12 Mustang 11 Featuree Fchtor 12 C1rlAmb1'4sadors11 12 '1 Teens 10 Bible Club 10 Mustang.. L lub 12 the-er Club 11 l-remh Llub 10 11 Presulent 12 I mlm ub 10 11 ed Qrobs 11 CAA 11 I X 12 btklmnllll 11 tolf 11 Lltlzenahlp Lommlttee 11 Lhalrman 12 Sfhool Splrmt Lommlttee 11 12 Public Relatlonm lommlttee 10 11 Robert Harvey Summervllle Entered vm Home-room U1Ticer10 11 Monogram l lub 10 11 Frenf-h Club 10 11 Colt' 10 11 Varsity Basketb1ll10 11 1 S mors take out theur exam frustrctuons by bcshmg the Nash O 8'II ' '5 3 , , ' g ' 10, 11: U '55g - , , 3 " ' ' 1 , 12: 3 , 5 , , 1 . . , lll U '5 3 , , 3 ' ' .' iluh 12: ' k ' '5 g , , , 5 ' " Q . . . 121 I . ' 3 1 ,' ' 3 '- , , 121 . . . , 1 C 1 ' 3 ' ' ,12: 1. . . . 1' Key ' . '- .,' , 'c IQ V ' Ac: 1 Q on D , 4 I . -1 h ,i .1 X V Entered '53g Y-Teens 10, 11: Band '10, 11: F.H.A., Vice-President 1:5 -3 f 'Ql2, ' ' ' TT: 1 ' , :T ', Z.. B b . ., . . . - A, . , v 17 , 'Q ' ' .' ' ' 3 l .' ' v 2. '5 2 1 W' I , ' . Q ' Cl .' .:.R 1 'S' :.1. . : 1l.R.l. L: ' " I V: ' 'Tig V ,, , 3. " T , , 12: T . 2 1 , 3 ' ' ' ' , . , . 2. .lh e - ' - u - lu Seniors Gerald McK1bb1n Suttl 1 ntered Davrd XY'ayne Sutton l-ntererl I md 10 lllstrlbutne Pdur 1t1on C Tonda Anne Taylor Entered -12 Student founc-11 12 Mustang 11 Spamsh tlub 11 12 C R -X 12 Tenn1s11 C1r1s Xarsxtv Basketball 11 12 LIYIZQFI shxp fomm1ttee 11 12 Lo Lhurman Xnlernan Ifleld Serxne lommlttee 12 Xmernan Fleld Seruce Representatlxe Wxlllam Lake Taylor hntered w Student Counml 11 12 Homeroom Ofhcer Class Ofneer 11 12 Mustang 11 Honor Sotletg 12 Junlor Vlarshal 11 Key Club 10 11 12 H1 Y 11 Secretary 10 Presl dent 12 bible Club 10 Mustang Club 12 Cheer Club 11 French Club 10 11 12 1Vrestl1n1., 10 SXKIITIITIITII., 11 Lltlzenshlp Com mxttee 10 11 12 Dance Commlttee 12 .Tumor Rotarlan 12 'student ffplllllifl tommlttee C11 urman 12 Robert Douglas Therrell lntered Senxor Hn.,h Lholr l1 12 Senlor Hlgll fhorus 1' Boys hlee Llub ll Bind 10 Drum 'Vl1Jor 11 12 Presldent Ur h stra 10 lf enmh 1 lub 11 Foster Edward 'lhomas r 1 ntered 12 Semor Hugh I holr 12 Senlor Hugh I horus 12 Llme llf.,I1lf-'FS 11 1 Prlscllla Louxse Thomas Lntered 2 Glrl Ambrssadors 12 1 Teens 10 11 12 Semor Hlgh Cholr 11 12 Semor Hlgh Chorus 10 11 Brble Club 10 I T X 11 Cheer Club 11 L1mel1t,hters 12 French Club 11 12 Sc hool Spirit Commlttee 11 Roy Zacharlah Thomas III lntered 4 Student 1 ouncll Vue Plefsxdent 12 Homeroom H1111 er 10 tlass Ufhter 11 Mustang 11 lunlor 'Vlarsh 11 11 hes uh 12 'Vlonom tm um 10 12 Trexsurer 1 1 11 12 Xue Pres1dcnt 10 Blble Llub 10 Vlustant, 1 lub 1' Cheer tlub 11 I atm Club Presldent 10 Spamsh Club 11 12 Junlor X 1rs1ty I-ootball 10 VN ays and Nleans Comm1ttee Cheurman 11 Dance tommlttee 11 12 School Spxrlt Comnnttee 12 Jumor Rotar1an12 B.f1seball10 11 12 Junmr Varsity Basketball 10 XAINIIL lhskethall 11 12 Carolrne lhompson n ered vb 1 Teens 2 Red from 11 Dorothy Lou Thomson l-ntered 56 11 Teens 11 12 CR-X 12 FHA Pres1dent12 French K lub 11 12 Red Cross 12 Brldge 12 Dante Comnntte-+ esse Newton Thrash r P ntered 11 Enhlneers Club 12 I heer Club 11 Golf 12 Tratk 1' George Ralph Trmmerman hntered 2 Student CUUYICII 11 12 Homeroom 01111 er 11 1 s Club 11 12 N mogram 4 lub 10 11 12 Blble Club 10 Xlustamz Club 12 Base-b1ll 10 Captaln 11 12 Junmr Xarmtx B xsketb lll 10 V rrslty B tsketb ill 11 12 Sc hool SDITII 1 ommltter Xthle 4 Conn ee 11 H 11 Charles and the other Drploma Commlttee members discuss the 1958 sheepskm e Gerry Wayne Tonda 1 Doug Tommy Pussy Zach Carolme Pagt 39 ot Ja Ralph 0 -1 ':2. : at 1 ' " 1 -1 ' lub 12. 3 1. .. 1 jg 1' ' "4 .' N ' ' ,lk 5 N' ' ' I I 'rsz . ' , : I ' 10, 11: r I ' ' " ' 1. : 1' 4 '. ' B'II 4: 'nm ' 1 ' , 21' ' - 'f 1 U 11, cies ' 3 'r 2 If ',12. A K ' Y D fy 4 -'I 9 ' " 1 ' -1 ' ' " J . 2 ' - ' 3 ' 2 " 1 '- 1 , 1 1 ' Igl2Cl.ACTfQlSS,10Q G.A.A. 115, 113 G.R.A. 125' Gmf 123 Bridge' 125 'xy V 1 ', 1 Cl 4111, i1,' . C11 , Q' 1.- A '1f H'-'Y A, n r - 'rw '- .- 1-1 1 , 12. . V I 1 '- . : 1. .. .- 1 . . ., I 1 ll, 12. ' ' ' " ' ' ' VPS' f , 1 .lr " .. , ' 1 ' , - . : 1f:' 1- 111- 5 'nm Ng 1-K'12., ' L . . . H . In D Y I- W1 -:de S Seniors GW e George Allen Titlow g Entered '55: Student Council 11' Homeroom Officer 10, 12' Bible Club 10 Engmeers Club 12 Red Cross 11 12 Junlor Yarslty Jimmy Basketball 10 Varsity Football 10 one I Y U Y Mike Jimmy Johnny ames Edwln Torbet III Entered U6 S1'lll'l1IT1lI'lg 12 ane Ellen Torbet Entered a6 Y Teens 11 12 GAA 11 Volleyball 12 BUXKll1lE 11 12 GRA Counc1l12 Claude eter Trapp r Entered 52 MyerSpark 10 11 Monogram Club 10 11 12 Track Judy Caroline Trapp Entered 17 Y Teens 11 12 F H A 12 Ilmellghters 12 French Club 12 C R A 12 School Splrlt Committee 1? Public Relmtxon-. Lommlttee 1 P Mlchael Trrbble Entered Mustang 11 Monogram Club 11 12 French Club ll Cof 11 ames Thomas Trotter Fntered o2 Golf 10 Track 10 11 12 Junlor Varslty Football 11 ohn Goodman Turner III Entered 2:2 Latm Club 10 11 Golf 10 11 12 Wrestlmg 11 Kay Frances Turner Entered 11 Y Teens 12 Senlor Hlgh Cholr 11 12 Senlor H1g11 Chorus 11 12 Blble Club 10 Span1sh Club 12 Red Cross 11 12 G R A 12 Glrls Varslty Basketball 10 Mary Katherme Ulmer Entered 2 Student Councll 12 Honor Society 11 12 Glrl Ambassadors 12 Y Teens 10 12 Presldent 11 Senlor Hlgh Chorus 11 Blble Club 10 Cheer Club 11 French Club 11 12 Latm Club 10 GRA 12 Hospltalxty Comm1ttee 12 Handbook Committee Co Chalrman 12 Mary Elxzabeth Van Every Entered U2 Student Counc1l11 12 Homeroom Omcer 10 Mus tang 12 Cxvltan Youth Conference 11 Glrl Ambassadors 1 1 Teens 10 11 Letter Glrl 11 Blble Club 10 FTA 11 Lheer Club 11 French Club 10 11 12 GAA 10 11 GRA 12 Tennls 11 12 Golf 12 Clubs Commlttee Chairman 12 Public R0lll1lbllS tommlttee 12 Dance Commlttee 12 George erry Venable Entered 52 CAP 10 11 12 a Sensors decide on many lmportant Issues at then meetings Mary Lib Jerry Page -lo vw Seniors Sammxe ane Vermxlllon Fntered 52 1 Teens 10 11 12 Senlor Hxgh Chorus 11 Nlagor ette 10 Head 11 12 Blble Club 10 Cheer Club 11 12 Red Cross 12 GAA 10 11 GRA 12 Sulmm1nL,12 Dance tom mlttee 12 School Splrxt C0l"llfl'llt189 12 Glrls Xarslty Baskethlll Ruth Elame Ward Entered n 1 Teens 10 11 12 Senlor Hlgh Chorus 10 12 Senior H f..h Choir 12 Orchestra 10 11 12 B ble Club 10 F H X 17 FTA 12 Cheer Club 11 French Club 11 12 GAA 11 f R X 12 Bowling 11 Badrnlnton 12 Volleyball 12 Sohnol SDIFIK l om mlttee 12 Vlrgmxa Carolyn Watkins Entered an Y Teens 12 Senlor I-Ilgh Cholr 12 Senlor High Chorus 12 FHA 12 Llmellghters 12 French Club 12 C R E Schogl Spxrlt Commlttee 12 Publlc' Relatlons Commlttce 12 rn ge Ramelle Lee Watterson Entered on Student Couno1l12 MyerSpark Clrculatxon 'Klan ager 11 Co Editor 12 Y Teens 10 11 12 Blble Club 10 F H A 12 FTA 11 12 Red Cross 10 11 12 CRA 12 School SDITII fcnnmlttee 12 CllHOI'd Dunbar Wfayne Entered F15 Donald Edward Wegner Entered 56 Monogram Club 11 12 Swimming, 11 Wlllnam Harrlson Wfellford Entered v2 Student Counc1l10 11 12 Class Ofliter 10 Honor Nlarshal 11 Key Club 10 11 Presldent 12 H1 Y 10 11 12 Bxhle Club 10 Mustang., Club 12 I heer Club 11 Latln Club 10 Track 10 11 12 School Splrlt Ccmmmlttee 10 11 Lys tnd Vleans Lnm mittee 11 l'3lVlSl0l"l tl Chmman of lxey Club lntcrnxtlonml Trcasurer of Qhirlotte key Club Councll 12 Alan Gordon Wfells r Entered 1 Monogr tm Club 10 11 12 Engineers Club 12 Cheer Caub 11 Spamsh Club 12 Sxxlmmmg 10 11 Dance Com mittee Charles Rex Welton III Entered 16 Homeroom Officer 11 12 Spanish Club 12 Sulm mme 11 Trac-k 11 Carleton Nettles Whllden r Entered r Band 10 11 12 Spanish Club 12 erre Loulse VUh1tsett Entered 2 Homeroom Officer 10 11 YTeens 10 12 Plbls Club 101lCheer Club 11 Dance Lommlttee 12 School Splrlt 1 om mittee Flnzabeth Byrum Vsflgglns I ntered Judle Joseph Eleanor Hamhrlghr Scott Adams and Ken Sands lolned our class m January -s... ammue Elaine arolyn Ramelle C :ff on Harrison A an ex Carleton P.u.:t l l Jerre Betsey ai' aw 1' I A 'T I " , 1 1 v ' -' 1 A ' - . - s , , .. V , . . I . , . .4 -- 10, 11, 1 . . . , 1 . . . 3 ' ' ' z 2 - - . 10, 11, ' 7.5: Y- b , , 1 . I. V 2 . , nf , 1 . . 1 1 1 . 1.1 . . . 1 3 . 1 . . . I 1. J, . . ' . ' - Y , . . ' - 1 - . . . , . ...., - I . . . . . . : .. I. . : .' ' . : A. 5 1. .A. .V Y . 2 ' . C "F: ' ' 1 V, ' ' . - . - : - , , 2 1 1 . I. I. I - - - , I 2- fy 1 Z 1. . , I , . ,- . , A , ,. . , . . . . 6, I. . 'F z ' . ' , A , : ' - : V D Soclety, Treasurer 11, Vlce-Prestdent 121 Boys' State: Junmr . : , .w - 2 -. ., Y : X 3 , I ' l - ' ' , - ' I V2 '. 2 1 .' T - 1 2 2 ' ' ' T X 2 ' 2 3 -' .- 7 : ' , - . ' '5 I 2 , , Z ' " " ' 1 D : - z ' , 1 - . - QI 7 : , 1 ' 1 " - ' , I - . J I ' 'Fig , , 3 ' I J . -r . , . - , . , - . . - - , - - f. - 'I '5T. R . I I I I ' iff 4 - 9 . ...- vs Games Lydua Gerry Connle P6991 'CSV Molly V00 l1.11llIE'Il Seniors Games Prxnce XV1lburn 111111 11113 11111 1 1111 lb l he 111 Club 111181 L 111 1 1 'P 4 ro S H 111 1111 ll 11 Lydla Stewart XX1llatd 1 11111111 1111 s 141 l l 11111 1 Ll 1 111 ll 1111111111 1 111111 111111. -XtI14111l111t 111 1' 11le1'e11 151 1 Gerald Garrett w1lll3mS jr h l 11 Constance Natalle Wmters omg-11111m 11ff11er111 11 Y 1 ns11 11 H ss 17 1 Peggy hlame W1r1den flflllllllllll 11Ih1e1 1 s S 111111 H1 1 7 1 11 1 1111us 11 11111 I 12 11r1l11-'s Pl Mary Howell Wlthers 11 ll 11 1111, llllbl 11 1 8111111111115 P Ixatherme Forsyth NY olf 1 1 1111 11111 r 11 Musta I 11x 1 1 7 S11 111, 14111 llll D 'lllll tt' 1 H 1110118 11l111l11l Pt' l 111111111 Fvan Harvey Wood 1 11 11 uk Hannah Day Woods tered H11 1e11111m 111111141 111 Urr 19s ri 1611111 Harvey Rush Woodslde KUkY ltklfdll 5 IIIIN1 1 1 udlth Ga1l XVooten l1E'I'P1l 1 s 1 11 1 1 12 the r K l S 11 11 Haney Lmton XVray Hannah 11116111411 2 Student C11u1111l 12 H11111e11111m Uffiver 111111 811111 X 11 'NI11 11 1 4 s 1 Iltf 1111111 1 l11lN1 1 1 I4 11111 11 IIN s 1 Pl rally 111 The 1958 Class Doy Offncers Mike Shulman, Lawyer Tondo Taylor Prophet Rush Carroll Rogers, Poet Rob Abernelhy Hnstorucm ,-4. udy 2 Linton l11,11 tl 5.4 l Seniors Vifilliam Lee XVright jr. l':Illl'l'l'4l 'SEQ lrllllll Vlulv lu, ll, Frederick Richard Young II Ente-red '53, Margaret Mauldin Zimmerman le-44rf'll1lw 11: Hwl Cross lug Distributiw asuwr 12: Gulf 1113 Swimming 10. Conme shows Harry, Pat, Eddie and Sue her portrait' of Grendel us... .44 Judy Rhodes displays her project in World Liferufure, Braaten counsels Caleb and Ralph concemlng then' unlfs David Underwood, Presidentp Hal Beaver, Vice-Presidentg Doodle Myers, Secretoryg Punch Harris, Treasurer, union' C ass What a wonderful expr!! de corpy prevailed as the history class, strange vocabulary words, term papers, juniors tackled this year's class and scholastic adven- Emerson and other great American writers, physical ture. Highlights of the year included the arrival of education, foreign languages, advanced math and class rings, money-raising projects, and the memor- sciences. 1 l ' - ' . . . lb 6 Junior Senior The junior Class won its share of honors as out- Classwork led the juniors into varied new experi- standing members were tapped into Honor Society ences - role playing in American History, the TV and were named to All-State Band and Orchestra. Kenny and Ann make reports on New England writers. Vic Gnd Sarah explain Theorem 58. CLASS NEWS X Page 44 Mary Sylvia Abernethy Steven Selby Abrams George Douglas Aitken Judy Kaye Alexander Donald Speer Allen judy Lee Allen Lyman Hall Allen Paul Haywood Allen Donald Ray Allred john Edu ard Alt lfranusco Arumr Katherine Crowell Atkms krcdcrlck DaCoata Austin Ill Wlllldm Edward Auatm Damel Shelton Baan Cynth1a Kay Baker Karen Shelley Bard Patrrcxa Anne Barefoot Rxchard Low ell Barefoot Allre Chase Barnhlll Rlchard Edward Barrett Peter Danxel Barr1e Robe rt Walter Beathley jr Harry Duane Bcax er r Agnes XVatl-uns Bmder Wfade Marx ID Blackvx elder r Roaemary Blankenship Stephen Judd Blucher Page 45 jr. 7 I V V ,. V J . V , , . V V' - V J 1 Mrllre jean Bolrck Barbara Wrnheld Booe Marx IH Aaron Boone Lloyd Carlton Boat jr Ifrances Anne Boyd udlth Ellen Bradley Martha Annc Braswell ohn lzdmn Brnetz bandra Henderson Brown Mary Anne Buck oy Bernlce Bum lrdner N lctor Kantor Burg 5 lly Anne Burke Phrllrp Lee Burm Barbara Ellzabeth Burr Wlllxam hrncmt Byrd Ir Thelma Elnzabcth Campbell Lucy Rebecca Lannaday emca Mallory Cannon ohn Grant Qarcy l:u3,,ene Roy Carpenter r Mxchael Holt Carrner ohn Atlcrns Carson Andrew Ruel Chalabnc Carol Asbury C haplm anc Pate Charnley julro Cesar Codras Page 46 J ' M J ' 1' ' e J ' X2 joseph Stephen Byrum J ', . y Jr' . 7 J I .J -A - Y . Page 47 Wfilliam Henry Coffey jr. john Carroll Compton Marsha Lynn Cook Ina joanne Cooper Robert Bradley Cordle Archle Hrram Costner III Patrrcla Lyster Cotter ohn Frank Courtney r Mary Hilda Cowell Lrnda Irene Cox Helen Brddle Crex ensten Elrsa Hayne Culbreath Bettye jean Cullen ohn Wallace Curnow Catherine McArthur Currre Charles Orr Dalton Elxzabeth Ann Dax IS Elmer Robert Davis r Frank Holbrooke Dax IS Daphne Sue Dean Dorothy Dale Delph ames Lavs rente Dex ereux Prank amcs Dex me Gregory john Dobrnson I rank Bernard Doxe ohn Henry DuBose III Shelra jane Duncan J I - J Vifalter Estes Dellinger jr. J , . , ' J .- V' 5 ' ' ' jr. J V Page 48 Martha Ex elyn Dunn Nancy Malloy Duvall udlth Vrrgrnra Fdwards Kay Frances Elder Peter james Ellrott Thomas Henry Ertel Chrrstrne Mason Farnan jack Davrs Farr jr Susan hlnzabeth Favor Gertrude Rex a Fmman judrth Marcra Frtzgohn Wrllram Laurre Focht George Randolph Foster Edwrn Burke Fowler III Emrly Louxse Frazier Martin Berke Freedland Vrr rnla Gaul Freeman Diana Bond Frost Doreen Berry Frost Fllen Craig Frye Ann jean Fullerton Frederic Mercer Gallagher III Elrzabeth jean Gardner Patrlcra Gray Garrrson Gary Bruce Gebhardt Errc Flynn George Phrllrp Gordon Gnetzen Betty Gail Forbes Mlchael Hlldreth Gilbert Wlllxam Charles Gilbert jean McKay Glasgow judnth Crane Godfrey Paul Gayman Goodson Thomas Pettus Grasty Jr Benjamin Tyson Graw ely Wlllxam Warner Gray jr Thomas jackson Grlbble Hazel Monroe Grner Wrlllam Scott Gulon james Albert Gupto Millard Lucnus Half Wxllxam Level Halberstadt II Hannah Sue Hamer Nancy Carol Hamllton erry Porter Haney Ednth Wnnxfred Happe Robert Leon Hardxn Paul Curtis Hardy Mlchael Hosea Harmer Raymond Mercer Harpham Sara Irene Harrington C harlotte Kathleen Harns George Parker Hams 'I Laura Eugenia Harris Raphael Tlbbs Hams Page 49 n III Louise Ann Marie Habicht J ' r. Alice Craddock Harrison Helen Edith Harrison Wanda Sue Hayes Carole Dorian He urn Kenneth Houck Heinbaugh Harriet an Hester Helen Suzanne Higgins Hoyle Durward Hill Mary Lee Hinson Allan Garry Hirschorn Adrienne Myers Hogshe ld Nicholas Vedder Holland lla jane Holmes Mary Louise Hoppin Nancy Catherine House uvhes Bayne Hoyle jean Montgomery Hudgms Adele Marie Hults Patricia Ann Hults Eugene lzlmore Humphries r Ex elyn Joyce Hunter Martha Diane Hunter Sara ane Ison Rcbeccl Ann jennings Stephanie Nichols jones Robert Allen lxarlson Donna jean lxelleher Page 50 l .E . g William Sherwood Houston H c . . ,J ' Page 51 NW alter Hale Kellogg Bes erly LaMarr Kelly Plumer Whrtelaw Kendall jr james Robert Kenerly jr Emrly Marcia Kerns jackre Lourse Kmcheloe Sarah Sentman Kung Suzanne Holt Krug I homas Adams Krrkwood john Donald Krser jr Brenda Ward Krssrah Irwm Klernfeldt Nancy Sue Knrght Karen DeMar Koth Dorothy Anna Kuebler james Marshall Kunkle Thomas Cooper Lampee Mary Lu Lander Mary Martha Lander ared Alexander Law r Barbara Ann Lee Barbara Anne Lee Rrchard Marlon I ec Sarah Vrr rnra Lee Dorothy Lynn Leekley Carcn Shrrley Lefller Cretchen Ruth Lcfflcr james Davis Lane J J - 1 - . . Sandra Damn Lester Myrna Madallene Linker james Clayton Little jr Mary Ann Lrttle Anne Nugent Lobdell Edxthc Vxrynna Long, Sherlle Ann Lox c William Mark I usk Clement Reynolds Marshall Linda Ann Martin Larry Warner Massey Judith Chrlsty Mathews jo Ann Mathis Vlrynla Wray Mauney Ellen Wfestbrook Mayo Kenny McArx er john Locke Mcforkle jane Knrby McCormick ames Benjamin McCoy Mary Katherlne McEvs en Marxlyn Mackey McGar1ty judy Mathews MCC' rath Catherine Ann McGu1re Lmda Gayle Mclx er Abncs Moormg McKee Susan Hunter Meacham Cathernne Gall Memory Harry Ax ant Merrltt r V . ' .7.. Y ,. . wr V .y.. 1, l V u -L ' William Franklm Messerly ll Davnd Harold Mxlano Margaret Lee Muller Marianne Miller jerry Wayne Mxtchell john Gordon Mitchell jr Lrnda Mane Mltchell Judith Nell Mondy Emily Ann Moore Alfred Wesley Moss Elizabeth Kay Moss Brenda Charlotte Mullls Mary Efird Mulwee Porter Courtney Munn Jr Agnes Rachel Murdaugh F rancxs johnstone Murdoch Evelyn Darst Murphy Carolyn Rose Murray Margaret Claxre Murray Martha Selwyn Myers George Ormand Neely john Garwood New 1tt jr jo Ann Noland Theodore Paul Nordman james Theron Norman Charlotte Ann Oberfell Thomas Franklm O Brncn Page 53 George William Moseley Robert Onley jr Katherine Lynne Orlean Patrlcla Ellen Osborne Mlchael Watllngton Owen Robert Allen Parlxer James Kenneth Parrot jr jo Anne Pettlt Lynda Lea Plckup oan Pnerce Robert George Pmdell Brenda Elame Pope Edward Preston Porter Paul jones Potts Joanna Llberty Poulakos Mary Rochelle Prxce Sara Ethel Prichard Palmer Dax nd Quackenbush Patrlcla Ann Query Donald Edgar Rakow Mary Anne Ransome Roy Robert Reavns Channing Orr Richards Glenn Albert Robmson jr Margaret Ellen Ross Carlton Boyd Sanderson Wllllam Arthur Sanford jr Rnchard Waller Scott Plgc 54 J . jennie Ann Purifoy Cl' Ile Page 5 5 loseph Guy Sharpe jr Catherine C hapman Shelby Imogene Shipman anne Carolyn Short ames Franklin Shuman erry Lee Shurlg, Lionel Ronald Sikor Wfrlliam lee Skidmore Carole Anne Slaughter Margaret Patricia Sloan Anthony Dunvs oody Smith Gary Richard Smith ane Beatty Smith Larry Wadsworth Smith Lois Helen Smith Louis Faulkner Smith Paul Dennis Smith Vernon Windle Smith Bei erly Ax en Smoot Elizabeth Sylx ia Snyder john Marshall Soldati Wfilliam Larry Spicer Marion Pauling Spigener r Kathryn Olivia Spoon Sally jean Spratt George Wfayne Stallings Barbara Marion Stancel Sandra Ann Stellings Page SC ames Allen Stenhouse Blake Hunter Stephens jr Norman Allen Stewart Nancy Vlrgrnxa Stlckley Anne Richards Stratton o Ann Strickland Gall Elnzabeth Stroupe Dax 1d Ernest Swyers ames Robert Taylor Margaret Ann Taylor Terry Sulln an Taylor Wrlllam Elton Taylor ohn Greenberry Thomas III Robert Goodwm Thomas Glorla jo Tmsley Patrrcra Ann Tobm Wnllxam Lawrence Tourtellot Elleen Mary Traynor Tommy Phllous Tucker James Austm Turner III Davld Pollock Underwood Ann Lydall Van Ex ery Odell Shemwell Vestal j Gall Ann Vmcent Lewis Revel Waddey III Sue Carol Wade Wrlson Klng Wallace Judith Irene Ward George Patterson Wfearn Catherine Elaine Wfeeks David Saul Wfeiss Sheila Maureen Wfelch Hope Dahl Wfesterlield julia Erwin Wfestmoreland Alice Marret Wfheeler Mary Frances XVheeler Harvey Stewart White Gwendolyn Annette XY'icker Peggy jean Wiley Theodore DuBose Wlillar james David Williams Barbara Elaine Willis Williarn Moore Willis III 7 George johnson XX isecarx joyann Louise XVohlbruck Linda Kaye Yarborough Mary Elizabeth Yarborough Mary Ellen Yount "Let us raise a standard to which the wise and honest can repair says Paul Goodson quoting Washington to John New tt Sandra Stell ngs Ma t n Freedland, Renny Marshall, Bill Taylor, Jer e Whntsett and Judy Westmo eland MAD 'ina-ws Scott Earnest Summers ll Thomas Rudolph Blanton III Pr esident ViceYPresident ophomore C ass This year's Sophomore Class was an energetic force behind all school activities. Service clubs. athletic teams, the annual, the school paper, and music groups all made up a part of the busy sophomores life. Steve Bost, Rita Robertson, Alice Stratton, and Charles Vinroot study the circulatory system at frogs. 3' 'U' C asa iw Ji Neal King Cheek Martha Dabney Johnston Secretory Treasurer Scholastic activities which balanced their extra- curricular activities were Driver's Education, world history, English and Brutus' funeral oration, algebra with quadratic equations. French and Spanish verbs and vocabularies and, naturally, biology with extinct bugs to be collected and clammy frogs to be dissected. Steve Martin practices driving skill while Pattie Ritch and Tommy Meacham watch. ,fmglinm fi 45:5 X X L, fi fax, A" fv ..- ". ,va "L .,- , he Q Page SS Sophomores fnrfmu llndfzu rlfl7!O1l Daxnd MeN1ttAIex1ndel Iydn Ann Alevmder Betsy me Allen Iohn Marshall Allen Robert Travuele Allen III X lrglnla XVr1ghtAll1son I rank Robinson Anders III Sandra Elizabeth Anderson Yer ond mu Hou ard Bell Arhuekle III Mome Argo Vilerle joan Baan Dax nd I-Iarned Bambereer XY'xll1am Freeman Barber Xlclllllalll Sutton Barber Iohn Qulency Barnes Mar lret lfllzabeth Barrie loy Lee Bass lrllzlheth Battle George Wfaehrneton Baxter Robe rt Rovse Beatty III Anna Wfesley Beddlneheld Hllary Flovy ers Bell Bronvs ell fhrlstlnla Bert., Marlon Reece Berryhull fnmlfz mu Rebeeea Gvs en Blgzgers Normr Van Landnnehxm Bmder joseph Weitly Bishop me Bltton Blaele osephme Shannon Blaclevx ell I-lenrlettl Redfern Blaleeney Kaye Blleleensderfer ohn Van Antvserp Boehm Fdvl nn Gordon Bohmnon john Walter Bolm C onstanee Moree Booth Qtey en C arlton Boat Clorl 1 ean Boyd Thomas Dunox ant Bl'lbSOl1 Roxy I rost Branon Daniel Lee Bramley Slxlb mu Innes XX'1llareI Bremer Ron xld Dnrs Brremm Donald Lee Brltton I dv 1rd XXIIIIIAITI Brody Helen Elarne Broleholf Billy Elx rs Broome Bellnda Ann Brown Mary Beth Brumfield C s opllomores Fiiifl l'llIl',' joan Meredith Bruning George Anton Burkhalter joseph Allen Burns Elva Elizabeth Bush Vera jane Butner Naomi Ruth Camp Emmett Allen Canady Miles Smith Carpenter Sammi rout' Susan Penelope Carter Elizabeth Beall Caulkins Maurice Alvin Cawn George Wilkes Chapman jr. Linda joy Chariton Anna Grace Clayton Meredith jane Clifton Wayne Harris Clifton Tlvird wuz' Ifjffb My wl- IV! Floyd joseph Clontz jr. Barbara Ann Cloud Glen Austin Coan jr. Zebulon Vance Cockerham Marian Lee Coleman judith Fay Collins Charles Wearn Connelly Alice Wfinston Conner ffrllv I'0Il'.' jeanne Minette Conrad Patricia Allen Cook Victor Brown Cook Harriett Anne Cordle Rachel Alma Cordle Elizabeth Anne Cornelius james Clardy Cothran jr. Dale Patrick Cousart Vlfilliam Swaffield Cowan Pamela Cowing Ann Ward Crosson Patsy Leigh Crouse Reginald Ramsey Curlee George King Cutter jr. judith Leigh Daniels Frederick William Daum Sixllv roun' Frances Dale Davenport Oliver Franklin Davenpo Dwight Larry Davis Norman McBrayer Davis Linda Hartwell Deal Edwin Little Dean james Edward Deegan john Astley deKrafft J Ill rt Sophonlores 1 lfI01l Ilmd low I 1 tb 1011 Margaret Sandra Dox er Raymond Murphy Dom ns Thomas Edmund Efird jr Margaret Ann Ellls Ernest Elllson Ruth Ellen Elrod Kathleen jenefer Ex ans Semzzd ww Lmda Kay Ferrell Vernon Wayne Frsher Donna Mary Fllnt Alice Teresa Flynn Bess Cocke Forshaw Howard Edu ard Frazner r ohn Howard Fulmer Carol Sue Gallovs ay Shella Anne Gantt ames Luther Gardner r Elmer Lee Garrett Louise Ann Gathmgs Robert Lomax Glbbons Charlotte Ann Glbson Dorothy Ann Grbson Fomlb row Carol Antonia Glcnham Elrzabeth Murray Glenn Shirley Ela1ne Godfrey Nanny Llevs elly n Godvx nn joe Muller Goodson George Sullry an Goody ear III Cornelia McDonald Graham Thomas Grant III ames Wrlllam Gray ely Ollnc. Cllnton Gray ntte Sandra Rose Gras ntte Mary Martha Grayson Charlotte Gregory Sandra Lorrame Grler Gary Dean Grosboll Ylxlb row Ralph Grier Haddon Jr Rupert Theodore Hall Susan Hxllnard Hall Henry Stratton Hallett Barbara Ann Hamilton Mary Margaret Hamrnclt Barbara Elxzabeth Hanks Mary Lee Hardin f y , J g J I , 'v Francis Xavier Farnan III Bonn Arthur Gilbert jr. Martha Louzette Hackney Sophonnores 1 1 Rnehmrd Ioster H arm Phylhs Rosrlnnd Hlrt Llrry Lau ranee Hlrtsell L1nda Pllm ren Hlrx ell Ceor e Aubrey Hayxes L111dlSue Hmlems Iou1s Ph1ll1p Hazel Anne Mor an Hetth SCLUIIK will Naney Isabel Heath lnae Robert Helbem Rlehard Dax 1d Helbem Lmda Sue Helderman Carolyn Ann Helmx Mary Ehzabeth Hemph1ll Thom is ldv ard Henderyon I1 XX1lleen Rutled e Henderxon lfwnd 1011 I1 lfv 1 Ill Roy Lxrry Henson Dllllll LOLIISL Hlle Geor ll Candaee Hrll Sara Ann H1ll C larenee WHFCOII Hobby I Helen Imo ene Hodenn C heryl lzlalne Hoifman Xllfalter Lee Ho an mlb 1011 Bnlhe Brandt Holden Harry Rleharel Holden MIXW ell Roberts Holder r ames Reglnald Holderlleld Kathanne Hovlard Holdln Anne C ordeha Holhday I loyd Ttlmad e Honeyeutt Constanee Mlehelle Hooper Kathleen Helen Hoose Alex C halmers Hope jo Ann Horn brederlcle XX 1ley Horne Ehzabeth Stew lrt Hovx ard aeeyuellne Rowe Howell ames G1lmer Hou IC Seott 1'ranlel1n Hubba SAID mu C alherlne Hdldlll Hudb1ns XV1ll11m lrrednele Hulxe Hugh l-laeleney Hlllltlll ton ohn Porter Huntley Ro er Baxter Huntley LALIFIC Taylor Hurt C ee1l Crahlm Husleeyf Carlyle lrederlele Hyatt ,4-we fl' L4 -nu, Cv- iv "N Sopllomores I"ir.rl rrmx' Tlnird I'0Il'.' liifllr 1'0Il'.' Brenda Kay Isenhour janet Lucille jackson Robert Varnes james john Gardner johnston john Williaiii johnston jr. Michael Douglas jones Nancy Louise jones Lillian Elizabeth jordan ecrmd row: Frederick Allen josephs jonathan Archible Kaigler Ill joyce Carol Katzenmoyer judith Carolyn Keenan joseph Lodge Kellermann jr. Ingrid Lelia Kemp XVilliam Samuel Kendrick Ruthann Patricia Kilroy Laura Elizabeth Kissiah Charles Frank Klontzberger Michael Lynn Knight Pamela june Kopp Barbara Ann Kossove Laura Antoinette Kratt Catherine Tillson Kuralt Kenneth Beal Kurtz lll'ff7 rout jo Alice Laughlin Marion Taylor Lawson Phil Arlen Levine jean Elizabeth Linker Barbara Ellen Lipscomb Bianca Maxine Little james Millard Little III john Charles Livingston Laura Russell Livingston julia Frames Lockey Robert Lee Looper Phyllis Ann Lovings Margaret Melchor Lowe Marion Morrison Lowrance john Paul Lucas III Mary Davidson Lucas .Yixlb V0 u Linda Louise Lyman Alexander Graham Macliadyen Ira Michael Madans Nancy Lucinda Majors judith Vlfalker Manning Martha Ellen Mansfield Merrie Elizabeth Lumley Marcotte Mary Marler '05 'E' .4 ba. ,A 1. C . Y' , I 'ft 1 ni-is il t . -'X . V S . Q Vg Q 'ls 'a ,a ffigf I A S AN , , , 'its KL i 4,- TL A it qi A A 2, ,., G- V 5' 1: f' lg ' j we 4 N' E H D . is K 3- :Z g r A .. 6'- . 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MtCurry Wfilliam I lrmer McGinty Elizabeth Eagles McGuire Sylx ia can MtKarg Brenda Fay McKay Michael Kerry McQuiston Thomas Boyd Meatham I'n1n lb lou Sandra Anne Means Betty Louise Milltord oytc Ann Mills Edu ard Taylor Moblcy jr Linda Kay Moffatt ames Leonrdan Moore Ronald Earle Moore Smdra Ann Moore Thomas I ranklin Moore Kathleen Edith Moores I lctcher Bryson Morgan Mary Carolyn Morris Ronald Bryant Moser ane Taylor Mulyx ec Elliott Paul Murnitlt SIXUJ row Margaret Huntington Murrell Marylyn Ann Myers eanne Alberta Myles Patsy Ann Neely Nick Thomason New berry Judith Catherine Nicholson Daniel Edward Nolen Jeanette Ottillic Nordman . . . , . , - , Q Q . . , . - : yr. ' ' ' f 4 v ' ' T A 5 1' III Edward William Mathews Marie Elizabeth McNeely' Robert Boyte Mullis jr. ' ' 5 . 1 , I.. g 1 ., - . ' , - - X C , I, ,.., I. 'v . . '. M4 1 .ff Wil'-' Tluird rouu' Patricia Diane Norris Meredith Celeste Norton Norma Frances Nuttall Guilford Carney Oldham Fisk Outwater Margaret Celia Owen Mary Meade Owens Russell Jacob Page Second muh' jenny Ann Parker Noel Vance Patton jesse Grover Pegram Mary Robbins Pleasants Doris Ruth Prather Brenda Merle Price Helen Murphy Price Richard Cobb Ranson Y' joan Carol Reed Tommy Clarence Reep Richard Wakeheld Rhyne Pattie Sue Ellen Ritch Larry Wilborn Robbins Rita Lee Robertson Gayle Rogers Martha Edwina Rogers Fnnrlb r0u'.' Rosalind Rollins Mary Stewart Rosenblatt Mary Alice Roth Gretchen Travis Rotha Eleanor Anne Rouser Carl Alvin Rupprecket Temple Shaw Ryland William Robert Salen Sophomores lijflb rouz' Ann Ledbetter Sanders Susan Bette Schwartz Norman Butler Scott jr. Davis Stephen Seawright Samuel Leroy Sehorn Andrew Kennedy Selden II Wiley Earle Senn David Gwin Shelton Sixlb rouz' Harry Livingston Shinn jr. Caroline Noble Shiver Johnston Reid Shoemaker jr. joseph Rush Shull III Richard George Sieburg Ronald Taylor Smarr Ann Downing Smith Elizabeth Bartlett Smith 'E' is ' A g A 4 if ' vp, ' x u X is , v 5- S. v C , ,jg K il 5, gs 4 ' X . i YI" gi tr :fx si , at it ii,,y iw ' so .. 5 4 - , , i 4. .5 , , W ip g Y f S S S l A 0 Q ti R' , ' A ' is - J A , 9 2 X L i , V at A , f . Y' ' i i ik a 9 Sophonlores Iiirzrf mu? Third mu? Fiflb roun' jacquelyn Virginia Smith Letitia Anne Smith Michael Wayne Smith Susan Elizabeth Snyder Stephen Ira Sobell Charles Hardy Spain Second row: lin james Morris Spearman Winston Evans Sprock Ann Elizabeth Stafford Esther Beebe Stanfield Helen Elizabeth St. Clair Patricia Stell Michael Hunter Stenhouse Gail Denise Stephan Constance Clifton Stephens Thomas joseph Stockton Harry Parsons Stokely Kristin Dagmar Stoll lzrlb mux' Herman Aubrey Stone Sampson Paul Stork Carolyn Welile Stowe Alice Taylor Stratton Henry Oswell Strohecker Carol LaGrande Stuckey james Draper Sturdivant james Lawrence Suggs Louis Arnold Sullivan Linda Lou Summerville Sandra Sue Summerville judith Marguerite Suttle Sixlb ro uf: Robert Charles Swerdloff Sallye Meredith Tathwell Daniel Grover Thigpen IV Timothy Grant Thomas Tommy Albert Thomes Gail Thomson Sophomores fnzrl row: Third rout Fiflli row: Edna Wallene Theadgill Charles Arthur Vinroot james Douglas Whetstone jerry Sidney Threatt Sven Albin Thulin Phyllis jean Tipton Carolyn Louise Transou Hal Hodges Tribble Semnd row: Virginia Arlene Triplett Michaele Lynne Tucker Charles Perry Turnipseed jr. Joyce Carolyn Vaden Stephen Heywood Van Every jr. Patricia Anne Vaughn Frances Ellen Walker Hugh Anderson Walker joy Gordon Walker Elizabeth Ellen Waller Warren Goodie Ward jr. Fourlb row: Thomas Brown Watkins james King Weber jr. William Phillip Welch l-lill Beverly Wellford Edward Carlyle West Catherine Wheeler Norma Glenn Whitehead Margaret Winchester Whitton john Edward Williams Sue Ellen Williams Linda Lou Willis Sixth row: Richard Deems Wilson Nathan Earl Wise Christopher Stanuslaus Witaszek jerry Kenneth Woo Donna Rochelle Woodside Donovan Mack Woodside les Oliver DuBose Charles Ellison Elrod Jr. Marianna Hancock Kuester .lay P k R g President Vice-President Secretory T e Freshman C ass Freshmen, making their first big step into high school, ably filled positions of leadership and service by lead- ing the junior High Student Council and junior High Honor Society. In classrooms they pondered X:Y, made Latin a lively subject, mastered diagramming in English, and tried their talents in journalism I. ighth Grade Eighth graders, small in number but large in achieve- ments, gave our school enthusiastic support. Espe- cially outstanding was their wholehearted support of Teacher Appreciation Day. Their classroom experi- ences included introductory foreign languages, North Carolina history, shop, art, and sewing. Robert Clark Whitton Mary Yorke Johnston Kay Saville Sherrill Ann Maekinny President Vice-President Secretory Treasurer Page 68 Freshmen Eleanor Ann Abernathy Sally Johnston Abernathy Joyce Anne Abernethy Carl Hart Adams judy Littleton Adams Markham Robertson Alexander Gus Anastes Margaret Games Anderson Susan Kelly Anderson Brenda Mayo Armstrong, Katharme Greer Atkrns Cyeory. Kenneth Austm Katherme Oln er Bagby lack Ernest Baker lane XX ellxngton Baker Ioseph Leonard Barath jr Lmda Ann Barnhnll Mary Eluabeth Benoxt Nancy Goode Best Iatob Curtxs Blacku ood lohn Carey Bolen Ir Barbara Ann Boone Kenneth Inglxs Bozeman Hannah Grace Bradford Helen Carolyn Brents Robert james Brletz Mary Arnall Bro rch Robm Suzanne Burke judnth Ann Burrxer joseph Flltott Caldxx ell Leonard Hewell Carter jr XX'1ll1am Richard Chappell Loren Charnley jr Sandra Lee Cheney jams Sue Chlles Mary Elxzabeth Clutz Nancy Cubson Collxer Alexander Copeland IV XX'rll1am Fugene Cornelxus Str.-1h Elnnheth Count Pltrlcxa Ann Cox Duane Elame Crotkett Fllfabeth Gall Croxx ell Donna lxlye Cullen joseph Carey Curlet Armand 'I urner Damel Daud Allen Daniel Page 69 Edith Merrill Buice ' ' . Y ' .-jr. Freshmen Ann Lxndsay Dans Hazel jones Deason lr Preiton Delph jamee Flynn DeRamus john Brewer Drfkmson Robert Thompson Drckson Kltharme Anne Dletler Peter Dodge leanne Denxse DuBose Peggy Angela Duckworth Reba-ua Larkln Duncan NX alter Mawey Dunlftp Ill Melxm Murphy Durham Howard Mareen Duwall III Sara Cothran Du elle Nancy H1llF1st Io Ann Ellrot lane Flrzabeth Farthmg Whllram Pnnkney Fmley Dany Pearne Fltch Carol Ann Garrison Dev ey Anclrell Glbion Pamela Dorothy Glenior Edu :rd Alexander C lox er jerry Martin Goodman Cynthia Chapman Grlham Harxey Whlson Moore Grmty Sarah Marun Grntfrth Vhllnm I-hrrlion Cuerrant Pamela jane Guthfle Coleman Moore Hambley lack Ioun Hardy jr Mary Permelra Harkey Melx 1 Lane Heath Mary Shephard Hend rson XX rllram Carl Hmion lll lucy Flrzaheth Hltchcotk Benpamln Qhamhaugh Horack ll Frank Mackey Hough jr Mnhael Hogue Houston Fdu ard Stephem Hoxue Robert Stuxx art Hou re Patrrua Ann Huff lhomae Alefcander Huffaker Peggy Anne Hull Henry Carrrer Hunt Pamela Ann Inderfurth k 2 . . 7. . 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Pin 7l Freshmen Anne Deron jakes David Gardner johnson john Laurence jones lll Mary Frances Jones Kenneth Roberts jordan Frances Ann Kendrick Elizabeth Farnsworth Kenna Claudia Virginia Kerns Mary leila lane Virginia Carole lane Robert Henry lampee Mary Stella Leak Linda Lee Katherine Ann Ligon David Marley Lzndeman Henrietta I inker linda Elaine Little Dianne Littlefield Mary Malinda Lobdell lames Shepherd Lofton VUils0n Truman Lose Paula Marian Lumpkin Douglas Moore Maddock Thomas Styles Marshall Barbara Sue Martin jean Craig Mason Oscar Lee Mathis jr Frank Daniel McAllister Ann Mebane McDonald IN mcy Sharon Mclx er XX'ill1am Harold McKee Peggy Lynne McNeal lames Rosebro Meathum Ronald Wfebster Miller Hannah Scott Mills Robert Havs kms Mobley Linda Lou Moller lane Morrison Moore Jennie Marlin Moore Georgia Ann Morrison Katherine Aubrey Munford Susan Gail kaumoff Michael Stott New bein Sara lranmes New man XX illiim Marshall New mm Sara Cirolyn Nolen Io Ann Oetlman I inda Orr Y, . l l . l 'a .,' , . ,-1 L- , L .a z'1 .,. Page 77 Freshmen John Henry Palmer II Josephine Parham Patterson LeNoir Grace Pearsall Gall W esley Pearson Iudlth Louise Pearson Robert Alfred Pearson Anna Shuford Peeler Daud Nelson Pfohl Jean Wheeler Pharr Irames Allen Prerfc Carolrne Jean Prlcher I mcla Sue Pmkston Ired John Porter Mxchael Srmon Pressman James Tucker Rayburn Charles Harmon Reed Jr Robert John Rrce Robert Preston Rxchftrdson Jane Wylly Robb Vernon Joseph Robinson John L Rogers 'I homas Franklm Rogers Anne Fontame Rose Nmty Thorne Rouzer Rrchard Berton Sargent Gretchen Cluthe Schoof Herbert Charles Schoof Jr Carolyn Sthw am Jerry Segal Alan Page Shaw Wfrlllam Arnold Shaw Judrth Lourse Srms Dorothy Jeanne Slaughter Dome Anne Slrpher Mlrxm McLeod Smith Ir Ronald Prank bmltl Frank W'arren Snepp Barbara Gene Spann Joseph Mrlton Spenter Jr Cxrolyn Haynes Spoon Shrrley Anne Spratt I-red Graham Stephens Jr Robert Fred Stern Margaret Carolme Stokes Maurice Preston Stone Jeanne Sm arm Rebecca Lourse Su anzey Judith Carolyn Sh umate Freshmen john Sibert Swinney Jr. Frederick Lee Tathwell .Iohn Stephen Thomas james Barry Timberlake Catherine Ravenel Townsend Anina Tribble Scott Edwin Trotter XX"arren Caldwell Tucker ,ludith Ann Turner Virginia Gene Turner Milton Spangler Van Hoy Mary Isabelle Van XX'agner .lames Gilbert XX'aIlace Diana Fay NX'alters Craig Millard Xwardlaw XX'arren XX'ade Why Richard Fiske W'egner Fenton NX'ells Thomas Henry NX'esterfield Ann Stewart XX'hite john Gettys XX'hite Diane Dunbar XX'iIhurn Blanche Gregg XX'illard Nancy Randolph XX'iIliartl Lyndon Dale XX'illiams Frederick Vi'illiam Wfood Benjamin XX'yche jr. XX'illiam Michael Yett Barnett Cahiniss Young Mrs. McKee! enloys a pleasant surprise on TAD from John Latin consists of prolects as well as deelenslons Jeannie Pharr Craig, Freida Nordman, Jane Ann Coffey and Allen Otten Mrs Wright Mallnda Lobdell Johnny Palmer Alec Glover fbi Q.. Eighth Trade Smdra Lou Abernethy Charles jerry Adama Roaann Luule Alexander Mary Ann Allen llmea Walter Allnson Sumo Lorene Arlhergu Patrnua Ann Auetm Roy Connelly Bam Fdvsarcl Wfella Ballenger Ir Barbara Clexeland Bamherlgu Brnan Dom na Barkedalc George Eldrxge Barnett Pamela Barnett Robert Clay Barnett Quwan Ex erett Barnette limes Harper Blrnhardt lr Harriet Murray Baynard lames Tyaon Beachum Brenda Gvs ynn Bethel Donald Barton Betts Charlc-S Cook Boger lr Iulxus Stephen Boldnzaar III Harry Morgan Boyd Ir Kaye Terrell Boyle Ioan Bass Broun Ilmes Robert Bryant Iulxa Claire Bundy Harriet Leah Burm Allne Qanders Burl Frances Carolyn Byrd George Brent Callahln XX1Iburn VC ellea Campbell Susan Hall Cannon Alice Alexander Carr Robert Carroll Cam Frederrck Allen Caudle Hovx ard Kenneth Chadxxnk ll Walter Charnley XX'1ll1am Mackey Clark Van Douglis Coble jme Ann Coffey Margaret Carolyn Coon Iohn XX ealey Craig lr lamei Allen Crockett lr Bryan Patterson Crutcher Ellsabeth Cunnxngham Laila Adele Dahxr Pugu 74 o I , tl ' 1 . 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Pte 5 Eighth Grade Gretchen Daley Damel Mary lodd Danes Phoebe Joyce Dans Qusan Cont Dnme Stephen Arnold Douglas VI lohn Steele Fclgerton lconard Gary Edwards jr Ruharcl 'I urner Flmore jr Patrlcla louxse Fskrtdge Hurry Rnchardson Farr Gvsemlolyn Mae Ferris llmes Qtuart Fmch jr Colleen Nathalne Floyd Robert Iohnson Flynn Kltharxne Graham Follmer lo Anne Forbes Mary Ellen Forehand lhomas Forshaxx Daud Wayne Fowler Lesl1e Ann Freedland Altce Dale French Carole Ann Frnend Dorothy Byers Frost Martha Sumxx alt Fullerton lames Mclnnes Gale Ehaabeth Morrow Gallagher Flleen Carol Garhnkel lean Ann Gaskell 'Susan Clair Gebharclt Gayle Marsh George Robert Glasgow lr Allan Frederxck C oud jr julie Ann Graham Walter Raleigh Graham Lucy Robertson Grasty Rex Norman Grlhhle Ir Ralph Harrell Grnfhn Ir Iulxus Vlrgll Grlfflth Dennis Lorenz Guthrie Lmcla jean Hackett Edu ard Sprunt Hamtlton lr Donna jean Hanes lames Rnckfortl Htnncr lr C we Karvl Hams Mlry lane Harrls Iohn Langdon Harrxson Dana Darlene Hassler Ann Lynn Ham kma 0 - , . 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I - A , U H , K , K. 4 ' . our 7 Page 76 I Eighth Grade Martha Nell Hemphill .lohn Leslie Henderson Marjorie Ann Henderson john Peach Hightower Linda Susan Holder Mary Louise Holliday Marilyn Rose Honey XVill1am Douglass Hope Sheridan Lynn House Martha Melinda Hudgins Iohn Vfayne Hunter Nanny Grant Huntington l loyd Hurt jr Ralph Henry Husband jr Harry Boyd Ingle II Kathryn Lee Jarrell loan Brantly Johnstone Edvun Lee jones III Tommie jean jones Stathula Nick Kaperonis Robert Broun Kellogg Vaiden Pearson Kendrick Sue Elen Kimbrough Anastasia Kanela Kontos Pamala Baker Koth Iohn Ex ans Ladley Kay Latimer Kathryn Bane Lays Susan Vftley Ledford Carol Ann Leekley Murray W'1ll1am Lmeberger Ruth Cm ynn Little Ruth Lynn Little Sam Mtbowan Ltttlegohn Linda Ann Lookabill Carol Zeigler Loring Mary XX ilhemina Love Eddy lee MacAleer NX nlliam Paul Mallard Caroline Armistead Martin ludith Elizabeth Martin lames Clayton Massey Hirrtet lris Mayer Maxine Sue Mayer Michael Dow ns McAllister Susan Lore McCarty james Stew art McCullough Dorothy Ellen McDougle w I I .W . , , f V ,. . . , V - - r I . Eighth Grade NX'oods Monroe McG1nn Wrllnam Bulgm McGu1re jr Alrce Grbson McNe1ll julran Curtrs Meadows III Robert Dean Melton Carole Lauretta Memory Mrchael Grant Muller Wnllram Boone R Mxtchell III Wrley Herbert Morrlson III Ellrot Rector Motley Jr Cnrard joshua Myers Mrrram Anne Needham Robert john Newlrn Frxeda Lrllre Rose Nordman lhomas Edward Norman Arnett Stanton Olner jr Sally Anne 0 Rourke john Allen Otten jr Lyn Outwater George Dantzler Page jr Margaret Kmgsland Parker john Mayo Phrllrps Polly Ann Pickett Jeffery james Pollock jrmmxe Scott Powers Ann Beth Pressman Mary Stewart Quern Joyce Ann Ray Harold Ray Rlchardson jr Monroe Hobson Rrdenhour III james Manuel Rogers Penny Betty Rogers Walton Worth Rogers Constance Elmor Roper judrth Susan Rubm Stex en VC'arren Schoon Nancy Lynn Schvt artz Robert Hubbard Selburg Elrzabeth Ann Sheppard Cheryl Ellen Shrpman judrth Anne Shotvx ell Graeme Hunter Shull Carson Irsun Srmms jr john Arthur Skrdmore Dennrs Eugene Smnth james Harrell Smrth Sarah Laura Snyder Page 77 o Ralph Morgan O'Hair III Page 78 luighth I-rude Mrdelrne bonmborn H rrry Matthexx s bpoon lredcrrclc EN am bpronk jr Hcrchel Ex erett btellnntgs Bruce bt john Addrson Dent bullnan Humbert Cnroude bullnan Iohn Leo Sulhxan btephame Su erdloff Andrew Da Val 'I lylor Henry Harold lhompson Ir VU1ll11m lohnson lhrrft lames Brandon lhurman Penelope Mrrgrret lonkx lane Emalme I tley Mary Patrrcna Vaden Dlana Hamrlton Van EY ery Nancy Luemda Van Fxery Alue Vukers V mzhn Nell Hou .ird Vemr Marxm Hou ard VC .lllace Robert Ferman Vs .ardell Sharon Arlene Vs ersman Cmdaee Carroll Vx elsted Betty Lynn VK h1sn.1nt Anne Lee VC hrtloek Agnes Ayerx V4 hrtton I' lflt Hoxx .ard Vs hxtton Sally Hoppe vUlgf.,lflN Vlfglnld bay VC rlklnson l xmeu Cx my NX ullmmx Margaret Nell VC illiamx joseph Neely Vi illiumson I Donovan jordan VK'illis Maru Anne VC'isecarver Charles Edward VC ood Marion Gordon VC ood Robert Bruce V4 right und.. .11-u L --1 ,Bam an A. Qfqitzfk' .,. ,pr 5, Q .' -K V' -Q My 1 "-snail. I. of 'W-'.3,.. 9. ' Q ' me I 1 I "Wa-r 5 in 5. ewan-1 "tm- J-slush SQL ' ,f af' .1.i-f .dw-ef' Q .. ., 2. . vrfw , -'..aJ"15'7p X215 if 0 -Q Quillll pus At 8 I5 the num of actnvlty bcguns. , The 8 20 "Rock 'n Roll" hour In LA 23. . "I wedge oIZeaIance . , nemo start Inc school day rught Remember those days when a srnnle was your umbrella? ww y , 'Zig was -an o 5' am "Uma Y f' ,Z F F8 I'-W' 5' l1llllllilIS 5 We had snow bu? nexcr quite enough for a hohdoy. 6 There were wonderful, Dusk fail dow, too. 7 Half-mme at a bagkcrball gparne - "One brg orange, pIeasc." 8 Dua thu ever happen to you "But I have a ten tomorrow and I forgot my bOok"' P.xgc '9 .VS KPN I lub Enri ll earnin , l PROSPECTIVE ENGINEERS LEARN HOW TO USE SLIDE RULE. First row: Al Bellows, President, Rob Abernethy, Vice-President, Jim Norman, Secretary, Charlie Adams, Treasurer, Dick Stephan, Gene Humphries, Jimmy Bush, Jurg Muller, Jim Bremer, George Archer. Second row: Mr. Lancaster, Advisor, Jimmy Caldwell, Ronnie Sikor, Bob Maibe, Ronnie Shubkin, Don Rakow, Walter Franklin, George Wearn, Buddy Brauch, Jackie Thomas, John Connelly. Third row: Bill Taylor, Mike Gilbert, Don Shuman, Bruce Denton, Jimmy Rose. ngineers' Club istributive Education LEARNING THROUGH DOING. First row: Donald Adams, Norman Stewart, Bill Lusk, David Pearce, Vice-President, Richard Massey, Raymond McLester. Second row: Margaret Zimmerman, Treasurer, Sally Ann Burke, Sandro Roberts, Secretary, Barbara Burr, Associate President, Bunny Stancell, Vernon Smith, Reporter, Ed Hamilton, President. Third row: Beth Hamilton, Nancy Hamilton, Lynda Pickup, Bob Meyer, Wayne Sutton, Tommy Tucker, Marvin Brown, Freddie Smith, Robert Stringer. Fourth row: Edward Thorn, Alton Hamrick, Joel Patterson, Louis Rochester, David Dillard, Jerry Venabie, Jim Stokes, Lf- French lub "PARLEZ-VOUS FRANCAIS?" First row: Anne Sullivon, President, Sue Lane, Treasurer. Second row: Jimmy Little, Sandra Grier, Dot Thomson, Corky Bolick, Peggy Wiley, Louise Milford, Kathy Broach, Louise Habicht, Third row: Cynthia Mantiply, Rochelle Price, Melinda Rose, Marcia Gay, Myra Steele, Donnelle Keenan, Jo Laughlin, Alice Wheeler, Fourth row: Sally Moore, Cynthia Baker, Fifth row: Martin Freedland, Jimmy Rose, Jennie Purifoy, Ronald Sikor, Caleb Barnhardt, John McCorkle, Lawson Stan ey, Sixth row: Bobby Mullis, Susan Alexander, Larry Spicer, Jerry Shurig, Bob Nuttall Freddie Austin, S l t l rjl' 7 l rw' W rw J f J f My ff- . Y V' xl' XUL C . . i 'I C ff Q n 'J DJ L' ' "E UAM VIDERL' First A! :'t ummer , ' Pr s dent, Rich Harris, Vice-Pres: I We.lto a, S ry, Jimmy Norman, Treasurer nd row: V rc B orman Scott, Nancy Lou Jones, I- Bush, Gi'ger T lisasn, Third row: Catherine Wheeler, C ' Booth,r' Bob J Beatty, Susan Snyder, Bill Mosely. Fo row: Shirley Godfrey, Gayle Rogers, Phyllis Tipton, Bartl Smith, Frost Branon, Tom Grant, Mary Stuart Rosenblatt. Fitth row: Terry Flynn, Louise Milford, Joy Bass, George Burkhalter, Don Woodside, Gail Thomson, J. D. Sturdiyant. Sixth row: Patsy Crouse, Alice Mauzy, Jane Black, Carol Stuckey, Chamie Hope, Judy N.cholson, Martha Hackney Seventh row: Betsy Allen, Duane Hunter, Rosemary Blankenship, Mary Hamrick, Barbara Hanks, Ed Brody, Marion Berryhill. Eighth row: Cornelia Graham, Betty Battle, Sally Mcliaig, Bill Halberstadt, Tommy Efird, Chuck Vinroot. S 8lliSll lull "COM0 ESTA USTED?" First row: Mervine Reed, President, Dot Grayson, Vice-President, Amon Liner, Secretary, Liz Moore, Treasurer, Second row: Gail Freeman, Gail Stephens Anne Corelle Alma Cordle, Cynthia Cook, Dick Stephan, Rudy Mansfield, Bobby Soeizman Thivd row: Barbara Sue Sourricr, Norma Binder, Jean Fullerton, Marianne Miller, Dan Earp, Hugh Huntington, John Connelly, Rush Woodside Fourth row: Al Bellows, Charles Adams, Bob Stone, Frank Dove TS..-"-J 4 tdwrx 2' my r a W3 C fe N A . fa if I .c Q- T in v N, 4 7 ,1 WJ. 1 an gg 'W ,ff 4 xx. x A v 9:11 5 A N Q .E , 3 A Q Y . 5 M3 1' 5 X ll 3, ,rf ,, V37 if , l A: n,ifiJ5-'fy ' l .fariv .5 ., mf, G 3 ,.,.4' wax TY awp I 1 , . 5 Q W HH 4 4 5 iw?-TQ 1..- M i - -1- 'T1""q ' "1 r-": gui? A - 1 f'?"v -V ala " i L V, If I Q -' 3 . X r,g'F4""' ' - U J i V: 1 X ,ls I if f Q ' I ? it s f. .ji g s f.' -" . P -ifwxg... ' i I I 5 'i .Ny , ,' . , . -Fi-. Q Jovi- 413.285 JOAN CROFT AND MEMBERS OF HER COMMITTEE WORK T0 MAKE THE CHRISTMAS DANCE EXTRA SPECIAL. Ralph Trmrnerman, Betty Lou Couch, Joan Croft, Co-Chairman of the Dance Cornrnittccq Jerrie Orr, Janet Hawkins, Susan Douglas. HANDBOOK COMMITTEE WORKS DURING THE SUMMER. Mary Shotwcll, Betsy Melasky, Sarah Lee, Gaines Wllburn. i lg BOB STONE ZACH THOMAS DR. JACK HORNER BOB CORDLE GOODY PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT ADVISOR SECRETARY TREASURER Student ou neil Composed of the tour major officers, thirteen school committees. the representatives from each senior high homeroom, and Dr. Horner, the advisor, the Student Council is the nucleus around which the activities of Myers Park High School revolve. Several projects were undertaken this year. including spon- soring four annual school dances - Homecoming, Christmas, Sadie Hawkins. and Valentineg holding a rummage sale to raise funds for the Christmas projectg establishing the American Field Service Committee for the purpose of aiding in the schools Foreign lixchange Student Programg and issuing the second annual student handbook, "Information Please," hy the Hand- hook Committee. HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES HELP CO-ORDINATE STUDENT GOVERNMENT. First row: Harriet I-ICsiCr, Punch Harris, Sikky Sams, Ethel Gilmour, Caroline McClain, Lois Copeland, Barbara Hanks, Wallene Thread- grll, Tnsh Smith, Ginger Allison. Second row: Jurg Muller, Joe Kellerman, Bill Halberstadt, Jo Ann Strickland, Virginia Mauney, Judy Godfrey, Mary Ann Buck, Jane Block, Donna Woodside, Sally Tathwell, Mary Lucas. Third row: John Soldati, Harrison Wellford, Bobby Hord, Stewart White, Dickie Lee, George Wnsecaryer, Freeman Barber, L. J. Stanley, Ralph Timmerman, Bill Carr, Bo Willard, Hill Wellford, Steve Sobell. Anne Sullivan Linton Wray Kay Hart Citizenship Committee Athletic Committee Dance Committee Spike Spigener Kaky Wolf Walter Dellinger Assembly Committee Public Relations Ways and Means Committee Committee Student Council committees played an important part in our schools functions. The Public Relations Committee kept all students well informed on school functionsg the Club Committee chartered all school clubsg the Assembly Committee provided varied and interesting programsg the Vlfays and Means Com- mittee handled all financial problems. The House and Grounds Committee did a very commendable job in monitoring both campus and cafeteria, while the Trafhc Committee lessened one of Myers Parks most MEMBERS OF PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE SUP- PORT FOOTBALL TEAM: Gayle Rogers, Martha Hack- ney, Carolyn Vaden, Tom Grant, Margaret Whitton. Martin Freedland, SCHOOL SPIRIT COMMITTEE MEMBERS SELL MUMS FOR HOMECOMING. Judy Shape, Caroline McClain, X 5 Don Shurnan Ruthlee Phillips Sue Lane Vic Burg Traffic Committee School Spirit School Spirit House and Grounds Committee Committee Committee Lib Van Every Bill Taylor Melinda Rose Kay Ulmer Club Committee Student Opinion Handbook Handbook Committee Committee Committee troublesome problems. School Spirit Committee mem- bers developed pep and enthusiasm throughout the year and sponsored many after-the-game open houses. Four memorable dances were staged by the Dance Committee. and the Student Opinion Committee proved successful. Through hard work and constant eitort, the Student Council once again achieved its honored goal - the development and betterment of Myers Park High School. CHOOSING CANDIDATES FOR NEXT SUMMER'S A.F.S. PROGRAM. Tonda Taylor, Co-Chairman of the A.F.S, Committeeg David Gilmour, Co-Chairman of thc A.F.S. Committee, Miss Rankin, Miss Newland. GAT E aiiitieii REPRESENTING JR. HIGH HOME- ROOMS IN STUDENT COUNCIL. First row: Brenda Bethel, Robbie Sieburg, Jane Moore, Allen Otten, Malinda Lobdell, Judy Adams. Second row: Nancy Huntington, Walton Rogers, Nina Tribble, Johnny Dickinson, Connie Roper, George Barnett, Paula Lumpkin. . igh Stud nt Conn il 4 . ,S 5, is , if . OFFICERS AND COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN PLAN JR. HIGH EVENTS. First row. David Pfohl, Presidentg Caroline Pilcher, Vice-Presidentg Billy Clark, Secretaryp Butch Allison, Treasurer. Second row: Judy Adams, School Spirit Committee, Jane Moore, Assembly Comrnittccg Mrs. Gray, Advisor, John Thomas, Dance Committee, Bobby Brcitz, Ways crifi Means Committee. Jr. High Students Enioy Their Christmas Dance. Similar to the Senior group. the junior High Student Council is composed of the four main ofiicers, homeroom rep- resentatives, and various committees. This year they devised a monitor system und 21 student court to help individuals realize the responsibility of school citi- zenship. They sponsored two dances during the year: ii formal dance at Cihristnris 'ind 'i sock hop in the spring. As 1 fund r using project they produced i t.ilcnt show Q- Q' 9 .5 2 Senlor lgh Honor Society ML-inhcrxlnp in thc National Honor Society is thr tnlrnindtion ot' industrious strix ing .tnd thy tultimi' tion ol' liighcr idmlx. Sclcctcd on Ihr lmixix ot' Lu' nlty ruoinmcnd.ition .ind high sclioldxtit .ithiu L- nn-nt. Honor Soriety incinbcrs serx cd both school .ind community hy supporting Musfguldr Dystrophy. .i todthing progmrn. Cfollcgc Day. .ind thr Honor Sm my St holdrxhip. linprr-Wim' .ind incinomhlc ix induttion. yet ho hind those gold ribbons stand thu hcdrcrm ot' fi1.1I'.1LfCT. Schohtrship. Leadership .Ind Scrwicc. Maw XX'innic Noorc .ind Miss Pauline Sprinkle .irc tht- Adxisors. LEADERS IN THEIR CLASS. First row: Judy McManus, Mary Stokes Co otyn Nournoff Ann Daniels Ann Johnston Cynthia c py e Rose Jan Bivens, Secretory Sue Lone, Annette Bivcns Murcia Jones Joon Sonoter Betsw Me osky Molly Withers Corroil Rogers Second row Churhc Adamo Bail Toxtor Jimmy Coldwell Grohorn Allison P it Nccdrcnrn Harrison elford CQ Cs C y Treosurcrg Rob Abernetny, David Gilmour, Gaines Witburn, Mrke Shulmon Amon Liner ..,-4L ' Q ' Q rf ' nnlor 1 h Honor Redwood Dwi Socletv High Lxtuin ix huld tor the incinbrrx ot thr lunioi High Honor Soticty. Their willingncw to wrm lwth Nthool .ind tonnnunity. thur hadcrxlmilw. .mnd thy-ir xthol.irNhip ITl.1hL thcni .tinong thr topx ot tht Innior High. Munhciwlmip ix luwd on xtholdxtn .itutininrnt .ind hnultx .1I7PI'ON.li, .tnd nr-xx nnni N. L Lk L . . . . F tint Y vw M stung SPORTS STAFF AT WORK. Judy Matthews, Assistant Girls' Sports Editor, Ethel Gilmour, Girls Sports Edrtorg Spike Spigener, Assistant Boys' Sports Editor, Joe Kelley, Boys' Sports Editor, One annual is scarcely distributed before another is in the planning stage. Thus the 1958 illrrrftrug statf began their planning while the '57 staff enjoyed the product of their long hours of work. Before school closed last june, this years stall' had begun working on theme ideas, layout possibilities, and new ap- proaches in telling the story of our school year. Late june and early july found the editorial ad- visor, editor, and the art editor in frequent meetings "NOW Y'ALL, LET'S GET THIS CLASS SECTION ORGANIZEDH' First row: Sally Spratt, Class Edrtor, Susan Naumatf, Mary Lucas. Second row: Martha Hackney, Casey Sherrill, Trsh Smith, Sally MeKarg, Mary Leach Elmore, Luz Moore, Janice Short, Judy McGrath, '-.tp nw. ' , fir. . . . . ,vw J' ng :A -?,,rf.:. ,- fr f53f.g,"f-2'1':' what ..4:i',r-Vnagigzr ' 'A' C1 .1 . 'fa A .J -J ' A A- 'ff . to -'-- r - . eg?-iff32.smS.tir? THE SELLING FORCE OF THE MUSTANG. First row: Robin Roberson, Aclyertisnnq Managerg Ann Brannon, Beth Hamilton. Second row: Christine Fcrnan, Caleb Barnhardt, 'vtary Costner, Al THE ACTIVITIES STAFF NEEDS A SPECIAL FILE T0 RECORD ALL EVENTS. Jeannie Glasf gow, Mimi Levi, Assistant Actlyltues Eclntor, K. Smith, Aetryrtues Editor at Charlotte lfngraying and XVashburn Printing Com- panies. The theme began to crystalizeg paste-up dummies were madeg new ideas grew by leaps and bounds. By early August the major statll met and voted on the ideas and gave additional suggestions. The '58 rlllllfalllg was underway! XVith the opening of school. activity in LA Zl gained momentum. During September each section editor and his stalf worked diligently on layouts and OUR MOST IMPORTANT HELPERS - THE ANNUAL HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVES. First row: Hows, Huntlnqton, Loakablll, Welsman, Shelby, Murray, Blankenship, Frost, Wiley, Little, Harris. Second row: Wood Corelle, Sherrill, Conner, Lane, Cullen, Kuester, Quern, Barnett, Anderson. Third row: Moore, Owens, Maekrnney, Bunce, Crowell, Van Every, Sproek, Nash, Gilbert 1 'S in rf ta 'air 75,1-2 X ' M S by . ,V 7' T F -if "- no nl! UIIDERCI-N5 Sai' -I9 8 Xxx 'Fa "KNlF! WHICH ONE OF YOU FINKS FOR- ART EDITOR KAKY WOLFE LOOKS ON "THlS IS WHAT WE HAVE TO DO FOR GOT T0 COCK THE SHUTTER?" Jurg WHILE PAT QUERY WORKS ON MUSTANG FEATURES." Lib Von Every, Harriet Hester Muller, Bill Corr, K. Smith. COPY. Anne Sullivan, Features Editor, Ruthlee Phillips. picture plannings. and by October they had submitted all sketches to the engraver. XVhile the final dummy was being prepared. the class section tackled its hardest job f individual pictures and class snapshots. 'lhe subscription drive got underway. and the adver- tising staff began to apply their salesmanship. From November through February the annual room and the darkroom became familiar haunts for the '38 staff. Pictures were scheduled. taken. developed, printed, and sometimes retaken. Creative minds struggled with captions and write-ups. Deadlines loomed on the horizon. causing many sleepless nights. There were frustrations and crises. panics and pro- crastination pillsl but intermingled with the hard work came the closeness and good fellowship of working together and the satisfaction of mastering a challenge. Now the cycle is finished once more. and the 1939 staff can be found in LA 21. making plans for an- other year. another annual. THE UNSUNG HERO AND HEROINE OF EDITOR SISTIE BOATWRIGHT KEEPS CLOSE THE ANNUAL, MR. BROWNE AND MISS GEORGE ARCHER, BUSINESS MANAGER WATCH OVER THE DUMMY. FREEMAN. COUNTS MUCH-NEEDED MONEY C7 x lt .N-G Hope You See 01 I B MYE R AR VOL 7 MYERS PARK HIGH SCHOOL Frudoy September 20 1957 CHARLOTTE N C N 2 PARK HAS YEAR OF 'X 'Y Judy McManus Ramelle Watterson McMANUS AND WATTERSON HEAD STAFF BRAUCH IN CHARGE OF BUSINESS Co edItors judy MeMInus Ind Ramelle Watterson and BusIness Manayger Buddy Braueh headed up 1 staff that worked lone, and drlryeently to brmy, Myers Park a bI55er and better Spark XY'Ith theIr leadershIp and yournalIstIe know how they sueeeeded In eoyermy, esery pha e of our sehool aetIyItIes from trmely seoops to the tense sports exents lew students re IlIze the hours lfter sehool It nleht Ind on Sundly tfternoons tl It the Snark staff spent pltnmny, Ind pubhshrny., the hfteen Issues Ihrs year the Spark has been the hest uer The stl suteeeeee In reeortrny, pertlnent news Ind exents III lttraetne Issues that ex ery student wIll keep to look hrek o M s Toylo ond Buddy B ouch check the od e t ng accounts NEW LOOK PLEASES lrom the ma t head to the lest page thls years MyerSpark has been Ill new As a part of theIr new look approaeh the staff ehanged from customary news prInt to In enamel paper thus IITIPFOXIHL the appetranee of the paper and mftkme It have mueh more eye appeal The LhOlLC of bold heavy type helped make head lrnes banners 1nd eopy stand out more The photography staff strnrne for Im provement eaye more pIetorIaI toyeraee of all sehool exent md treated Interest wIth theIr orIte,InalIty The new qllallty of paper mtde the Spark pletures elearer sharper Ind more detaIled The student body was well ple tsed wrth the new look for iS MRS TAYLOR SWITCHES TO JOURNALISM Althoueh her flee IS Ilflllll Ir to students It Myers Park Mrs 'I ly lor IS new to the lournahsm Department lormerly our 1sIstant lIbrarIIn Mrs Ttylor ehaneed to lnelrsh md OLIFITIIISIN thIs past ttll lander her bend mee the Spark staff hrs luygh stlndards of yournallstle style Ind his eneourtped orIeInIl tudent w rltlnye SPARK IS VOICE OF THE STUDENTS In ALILIIIIOH to keepmle Myers Park IU formed of current news and exents the Spark woIeed the feelmybs of the student body ID many thought proxokmye edltorrals Letters to the ldItor were pubhshed and nen open mmded LOFISICICFILIOFI Thus through the INCLIILIIN ot the sehool paper Myers Ptrkers were able to brmy, to lIy.,ht many aetIyItIes and sItuatIons whreh desery ed pruse or needed eorreetIon Sample edItorIals Ineluded Help Myers Park CIty Improxe Sehool RLIJIIOHS XVho Can Be a C rItIc' IIINLIILIIILIS Deserxe Pralse Myers Park Grows Up Proxes Maturrty to Clty The dIseussIons eoneermny, the Honor Code whleh appeared In the Spark were IDSIFU mentrl Ill keepm the students rw are of both the progress and the wetknesses of the pro eram Perhtps IDOFC than ex er before thls year s Spark has fulhlled the purpose of 1 stu dent PlIbllL21flOI'l md has prosed the power of the prInted word Ile CHANGES rr' 'li Romelle Judy and Buddy look over the golleys w th Mr Gene Moo e Gaul Ann ond B ll compo e the new Ith the old ond o e ev dently plea ed PRINTER IS VITAL TO SUCCESS OF SPARK The yob of prmtmg the MyerSpark IS Indeed in Important one The prInter works elosely wrth the paper staff to elImInate errors and to make the plper more appealmg In layout and format WIth the Idea of Improyement always foremost In theIr mInds the edrtors deerded to ex perIment wIth a new prInter They found the ehange to be eompletely s1tIsfaetory and were pleased to have sueh In Im portant part of pubhshrnye, IIICII' paper In sueh eompetent hands I, W ' If Q r Eg I Vg 5 '. 1 g 'U' I 7 L 'I . rx 1 . l : : . g 3 A l : : , 'I 1 lk I . - .I 1 I On I ' I -If N 'IJ' 1 -, ,s r J it X U' et 1 1, E 7 II - ' 1 r J S ' - , - . ,y 1 7- J.. 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Third row: Dayld Gilmour, Bobby Herd, Pat Currle, Rob Abernethy, Bob Stone, John Chiles, Graham Allrson, Bully Wallace, Bill Carr, Ralph Trmmerman, Mr. Thrower, Advisor. XVith their motto, "XVe Build," as their guide. the Key Club has sponsored many varied activities this year. Their projects included sponsoring buses to out-of-town athletic contests, distributing the annual Key Club Directory, ushering at the Ice Capades. helping establish new Key Clubs in two Charlotte schools, and adopt- ing a needy family at Christmas. XVith members in all of the forty-eight states and Canada. Key Clubbers are proud of the standards they uphold. Only boys who have shown outstanding qualities of leadership. citizenship, scholarship, and sports- manship are chosen. KEY CLUBBERS SPONSOR CANTON PEP RALLY - "WE CAN CAN STARTING KEY CLUB CAMPAIGN FOR MARCH OF DIMES ARE Graham CANTON!" Bull Taylor, Walter Dcllnnger, Rob Abernathy, Joe Kelley, Allison, Harruson Welltord, Jimmy Caldwell, Paul Ervin. Martnn Frecdland, David Gilmour, Bob Johnson, Bob Stone. GIRL mbassador DUTY MAKES THEM DO THINGS WELL. First row: Susan Alexander, Carolyn Naumoft, Phyllis Boone, Joyce Johnson, Prissy Thomas, Lee Harmon, Mary Leach Elmore, Sikky Sams, Carroll Rogers, Kay Hart, Marcia Gay, Melinda Rose, Anne Sullivan, Mary Shotwell. Second row: Sally McKaig, Patsy Morton, Barbara Willis, Patsy Tobin, Becky Cannaday, Ginger Allison, Joanne Mathis, Harriet Hester, Marsha Cook, Sally Soratt, Gretchen Leffler, Mary Frances Wheeler, Caren Leffler. Third row: Tish Smith, Nancy Stickley, Jeannie Glasgow, Betsy Glenn, Sally Lambeth, Pat Stallings, Lucilla Ricco, Lucy Barnes, Lab Van Every, Carolyn McClain, Sue Lone, Bonnie Currie, Suzanne Higgins, Mary Lucas, Standing: Kathy Brooch, Sponsoring an annual tea at the beginning of the school year, the Ambassadors welcomed all new senior high girls to Myers Park. They made and sold tussels at every football game and boosted pep by initiating and spon- soring many new school spirit contests. To uid disabled veterans, they sold forget-me-nots, and they brought joy to many by criroling at Christmas time. Service is the by-word of the Ambassadors as they work for their school rind their eommunity. lXIembership is determined by il point system based on the cl111i'41ctei', CXfl'1l-CLll'l'lCLllill' activities, rind scholastic averages of pro- spective members. SELLING TASSELS - ONE OF THE MANY WAYS AMBASSADORS SERVE MYERS PARK. Caroline McClain, Vice-President, Sue Lone, Secretary, MAKING VALENTINE FAVORS FOR CHILDREN IN HOSPITALS. Kay Kathy Brooch, President, Joyce Johnson, Treasurer. Ulmer, Anne Sulliyan, Susan Alexander, Sikky Sams. o grow as a person, to grow in friendship with people of all races, religions, and nationalities, and to grow in the knowledge and love of God is the aim of every girl who is a member of the Senior High Y-Teens. Workiiig together and in close co- operation with the Young Womer1's Christian Asso- ciation. these girls undertook many projects this year. They dressed dolls for the Salvation Army, made Christmas stockings for the Spastic Hospital, sold Myers Park pillows, made tray favors for the County Home. and worked for the United Appeal and the March of Dimes. TWELFTH GRADE Y-TEENS STRIVE T0 SERVE OTHERS. First row: Ethel Gilmour, President, Frances Pilcher, Vice-President, Pat Sloan, Sec- retary, Ann Sherrill, Treasurer. Second row: Mrs. Hearn, Advisor, Dot Thomson, Joretta Campbell, Nancy Hawkins, Ann Brannan, Beth Hamilton, Suzy Kincheloe, Ann Chambless, Ruthlee Phillips, Donnelle Keenan, Lucilla Ricca, Carol Elting, Molly Pipkin, Phyllis Oyer- corsh, Mary Costner. Third row: Virginia Black- wood, Dot Grayson, Betty Brown, Barbara Spurrler, Susan Douglas, Millie Field, Mimi Leyi, Carolyn Naumotf, Lois Copeland, Teeny Leak, Louise Beatty, Judy Rhodes, Betsy Melasky. Fourth row: Patricia Murray, Dee Dee Elliott, Dottie Cass, Nancy Poley, Jane Torbet, Kay Horrocks, Ann Daniels, Peggy Campbell, Eileen Breeden, Chris Olsen, Mary Leach Elmore, Sistne Boatwnght. ELEVENTH GRADE GIRLS FIND COMPANION- SHIP AND LEADERSHIP TRAINING IN Y- TEEN CLUB. First row: Ellen Frye, Gail Free- man, Kay Elder, President, Mary Frances Wheeler, Secretary, Barbara Willis, Treasurerg Anne Barefoot. Second row: Bettye Cullen, Ann Moore, Carol Chaplin, Joanna Poulakos, Caro- lyn Murray, Corky Bolick, Jane Holmes. Third row: Sally Spratt, Judy McGrath, Janice Short, Cynthia Baker, Gloria Tinsley, Kenny McAryer, Carole Hearn. "WANNA FIGHT?" - TWELFTH GRADE Y-TEENS UNPACK MP PiLLows. Prissy Thomas, Ethel Gilmour, Molly Pipkm, Liz Moore, Betsy Melasky, Barbara Chavis. f o f li L l i xw f e 7 llA A All ' 'P it W' 35,125 4 A M .... , ,. ,r X' L I 4 if-If ss.- 'L 5.1353 r 4' ,A Lt gi, 1- '-f E ri: 1 Je f ,. ELEVENTH GRADE Y-TEENS LEARN THE JOY OF SHARING. Judy TENTH GRADE Y-TEENS PUT FINISHING TOUCHES ON CHRIST- Allen, Jackie Kincheloe, Pat Cotter, Carole l-learn, Becky MAS DOLLS FOR SALVATION ARMY. Judy Manning, Patsy Cgnngdgy Crouse, Rita Robertson, Margaret Murrell, TENTH GRADE Y-TEENS ALWAYS ARE READY TO LEND A HELPING HAND. First row: Suzanne McClellan, Carol Galloway, Helen St. Clair, Nancy Godwin, Judy Nicholson, Ann McClintock, Gail Stephan, Martha Mansfield, Susan Hall, Treasurer, Martha Hackney, Connie Booth, Catherine Wheel- er, Alice Stratton. Second row: Jeanne Myles, Linda Helderman, Ellen Elrad, Frannie McClain, Donna Woodside, Carol Stuckey, Gail Thomson, Cheryl Hottrnan, Mopsy Grayson, Louise Milford, Margaret Whitton, Bartlett Smith, Dale Davenport, Barbara Hanks Third row: Helen Brokhotf, Betty McGuire Joy Walker, Winston Conner, Betsy Glenn, Norma Binder, Becky Biggers, Cornelia Graham, Merrie Marcotte, Mary Marler, Alice Mauzy, Betty Caulkins, Joyce Mills, Marylyn Myers, Vera Jane Butner, Jane Black. First row: Betty Bush, Jody Blackwell, Vice- President, Monie Argo, President, Bess Forshaw, Kathy Moores, Betty Hemphill, Secretary, Susan Snyder, Laurie Livinqston, Norma Whitehead, Mrs. McKeeI, Advisor. Second row: Lydia Alexander, Mary Lee Marshall, Jo Laughlin, Mary Hamrick, Y Ann Holliday, Rita Robertson, Ruth Ann Kilroy, 3?-Q 'Q , Catherine Kuralt, Laurie Hurt, Third vow: Betsy Allen, Ginnie Smith, Betty Battle, Patsy Crouse, I Jueiy Manning, Ann Crosson, Dagrnar Stoll, More 7 . f aaret Murrell, Margy Martin, Ann Martin, .i l Ninth grade Y-Teens had a very high attendance record and received much enthusiastic support from the memhers. They remembered the less fortunate at Christmas time and helped school spirit by making posters for all junior high games. Miss Mullins and Miss Lee were the sponsors. "TO GROW AS A PERSON." First row: Carolyn Spoon, Arnall Broach, Linda Orr, Shirley Spratt, Nina Tribble, Gail Crowell, Sharon Mclyer, Peqgy Hull, Anne Kendrick, Jo Patterson. Second row: Sally Abernethy, Shep Henderson, Carole Lane, Barbara Martin, Nancy Best, Barbara Boone, Beth Hitchcock, Mary Van Water, Kathy Dietler, Kathie Ligon, Diane Crockett, Pat Cox, Mary Frances Jones. nudge-Q...-. ...Mg , -L+-..,.,,,,..Q-'ww gd, PLANNING A PROGRAM FOR NINTH GRADE YTEENS Malinda Lobdell, President Foy Walters Vice President Arnall Brooch, Secretary Katherine Atkins Treasurer 9th Grade Y-Tee ns "SERVICE" IS THEIR PLEDGE. First row: Nancy Van Every, Gay Williams, Anne Mackinney. Second row: Linda Hackett, Joyce Ann Ray, Mary Yorke Johnston, Katy Law, Phoebe Dayis, Leslie Freedlond, Jane Ann Coffey, Connie Roper, Patricia Eskridge, Bnppy Van Every, Kathie Jarrell. Third row: Jan Gaskell, Darlene Hassler, Penny Tanks, Colleen Floyd, Harriet Baynard, Suzanne Bost, Susan Barnette, Kay Latimer, Pam Barnett, Carolyn Coon, Vicki Vaughn, Marva Wusecarver, Alice McNeill, Julie Graham. The lifty-two members of the eighth grade Y-Teens. under the supervision of Mrs. janey Lyerly. participated in many projects. Their main one was making tassels to sell at junior high games. Page 'Nt 3th Grade Y-Teens EIGHTH GRADE Y TEEN OFFICERS MAKE TASSELS FOR JR HIGH GAMES. Nancy Van Every President Linda Holder Vice-President, Gay Williams Secretary Anne Mackinney Treasurer. O 4 lm, 5 5 DOT KUEBLER AND BECKY CANNADAY HELP TEACHERS BY CORRECTING PAPERS. F.T.A. F.ll. . FHA'S RECEIVE PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE IN FOODS CLASS, Carolyn Prather, Connie Winters, Margaret Holdforth, Sylvia Smith. me To promote interest in the teaching profession is the ulti- mate goal of the Future Teachers of America. Correcting papers for teachers, acting as substitutes, and attending lectures on various phases of specialized teaching all helped to carry out the purpose of this club, They held active mem- hership in the city-wide organization and observed in junior high and elementary schools. "AND GLADLY WILL THEY LEARN AND GLADLY TEACH." Judy McManus, President, Carolyn Conrad, Secretary, Minette Conrad, Mimi Levi, Treasurer, Becky Cannaday, Donnelle Keenan, Dot Kuebler, Ramelle Wotterson, Ann Brannon, Mary Costner, Suzanne Higgins. lf nd i am HOMEMAKERS OF TOMORROW LEARN TODAY. Dot Thomson, President, Jenny Jordan, Joretto Campbell, Ann Daniels, Sally Martin, Rutledge Henderson, Judy Martin, Virginia Hill, Nancy Poley, Judy Daniels, Lois Copeland, Sora Prichard, Secretaryg Edith Storey, Vice-President. Members of this years Future Homemakers of America chapter did much toward reaching their main objective, encouraging democracy in home and community life. The highlight of the clubs activities came at Thanksgiving when the girls provided favors and entertainment for the people in the County Home. A hanquet in the spring climaxed a very successful year, Palgc 97 '-Y Under the sponsorship of the Young Mens Christian Association. the Hi-Y Clubs at Myers Park are pledged to high ideals and deeds of service. Helping to sponsor a mammoth toy drive at Christmas and raising funds for the Inter-Club Scholarship were only two of the many achieve- ments of the Senior Hi-Y. Mr. Ernest Feimster was the club's advisor. 'Q T0 BETTER THEIR SCHOOL AND THEIR COMMUNITY. First row: Wesley Fox, Ray Farris, Charles Powell, Duncan Morton, Jimmy Caldwell, Paul Anderson, Tommy Rogers, Lynwood Mallard. Second row: Mr. Feimsier, Advisor, Perry Allen, Joe Kelley, Julius Bamhordt, Vice-President, Linton Wray, Secretary, Bill Taylor, President, Clayton Bundy, Treasurer. Eleventh grade Hi-Y members fulfilled their goal of service by supplying a needy family with their Christmas meal and by organizing a tenth grade Hi-Y group. To help raise funds for their projects they sold drinks at all the drama productions and co-sponsored a dance with the senior club. Mr. Leslie Browne was the clubs advisor. OFFICERS OF NEWLY FORMED SOPHOMORE HI-Y MAKE TENTATIVE PLANS. Hill Wellford, President, Rich Harris, Secretary, Tommy Blanton, Vice-President, Howard Arbuckle, Treasurer. 41. O04 f JUNIOR HI-Y PLEDGES HIGH IDEALS. First row: Bill Wallace, Secretary, Spike Spigener, President, Bill Skidmore, Treasurer, Bo Willard, Vice-Presie dent, Second row: Walter Dellinger, Phil Burns, Xan Law, Bob Cordle, Butch Gallagher. Third row: Richard Scott, John Soldati, Hal Beaver, Frank Dove. Fourth row: David Underwood, Richard Bare- foot, Stewart White, Steve Blucher. Fifth row: Bill Taurtellot, Dickie Lee, Paul Gooclson, MONOGRAM CLUB OFFICERS - ATHLETIC HEROES. Lynwood Mallard, President, Charles Wray, Treasurer. Powell, Vice-President, Graham Allison, Secretary, Linton V W I J . i .WK 'fi 5 W Q' if fi. W' J at - 2 , My 't 'Lyn , -1 i xv Lf- by 4 , Q, 'Q s 'W , a Eh 'if THE CLUB OF MEN. First row: Ralph Emmrlch, Buddy Brauch, Paul Ervin, Graham Allison, Lynwood Mallard, Charles Powell, Linton Wray, Dick Don Wegner, Zach Thomas, Gaines Wilburh, Jimmy Caldwell, Alan Wells, Ralph Timmerman, Rob Abernethy, Mike Maddock, Johnny Byrd. Third row: Claude Trapp, Pat Currie, Wayne Smith, Don Shuman, Jimmy Bush, Bill Carr, Rudy Mansfield, Evan Wood, Mike Shulman, Charles Porter. Fourth row: Alex Mocliadyen, Bob Pindell, Kenny McCullough, Bill McGinty, Paul Goodson, Bill Sanford, Jimmy Devereux, Lloyd Bost, Jerry Mitchell, Paul Anderson, Wesley Fox. Fifth row: David Gilmour, Bill Wallace, Bobby Helbein, Rich Harris, Bill Houston, James Shuman, Phil Burns, Pete Elliott, George Harris, Robert Parlier, David Underwood, Lowell Mason, Sixth row: Bob Johnston, Neal Cheek, Tommy Stockton, Rick Morgan, Jerry Haney, Bob Cordle, Martin Freedland, Bill Messerly, George Foster, Danny Baan, Lawson Stanley. Stephen, Frankie McDonald, Philip Conner. Second row: One of the largest clubs in the school, this year's Monogram Club had well over one hundred mem- bers. Because of the increased interest in athletic participation, the club has grown steadily in the past years. There are now nine diiierent sports in which a boy may earn his letter and thus be eligible for membership. The activities of the Monogram boys varied from the main moneyemaking projects of selling booster Page WJ cards and operating the concession stand at home games to providing ushers for the reserved sections at athletic eyents. Most of the clubs money went to the athletic fund. but the group also helped the limpty Stocking Fund and the March of Dimes. The Myers Park monogram has been carried proudly and suc- cessfully by the members both in their athletic par- ticipation and in their club activities. lair, ful .47 A K' ' , 11 Q- A. ,W al N ,9- 1 ' I A K 1 a A , I "R ix X ,X I , 5 ,ffff'?piL,f 'QQ f--M RA" .ki N. f? wie? . --af' 'MA il -,mtg .. X f ' I 1 V xfaffseff ' A, J x ,S KT Q, .L QM at -an M ,X H x,, hh . M' V ' 'M 'in W M... 'D 4-.04-ui 235 13 ir K , l as rf '25 ,gg ag? P3 The Limelighters' theatrical season of 1957-38 was an amhitious one, even for an experienced group of young players. The Drama De- partment, in co-operation with the Music Department. opened with l"i11ii111'cr Rtrilrfmzr. a popular Broadway musical comedy, which played for three nights to stand- ing room only. An experimental production of Xvilliam Saroyan's 'Nw limfzfiffrf Ileofwfv was staged in liehruary in the Little Theater Room, The surrealistic and sym- holic setting with its dramatic lighting proved interesting in underlining the sensitivity of an unusual script. lfor the lirst time. the dramatics group presented a new play. Amon l.iner, an outstanding memher of the group, furnished an original script, "The Blind One," which was introduced in a hill of one- acts including "Six Wfho Pass XVhile the Lentils Boil," "The Slave with Two Faces," and "The liarce of the XY'orthy Master Pierre Pantelinf' For the traditional out- of-doors Shakespearean produc- tion in May, the Limelighters chose Romeo fum' jlrfief which was the final show of an interesting and varied season of theater. vis Its Simply o Question of Who Llves Here Just a Drop for My Stomach Frankie the Muce or Us explains Dcvxd Burns McDonald Assures Himself Beautiful to Laura Hams In Beautiful People People .gr 1 EL s cg 5, 2 38 i P fs fgwg ,.-v---W... - ' f- .vu N f vw , xg",--1 ' Arif lf" 1 .. ,hx F ' s 1 ' N Lo 11 at , 1 ' "1:- tk Q Q Q 5 W , mf gi J, 1 I I Rf if we ,f , f '31 -bfi Y' Q A' A Ik e Q' Q 8 as f "REMEMBER MIAMI!" Murcia Gay, Vice- Presidentg Joan Sandler, Presidentg Honnoh Woods. As strains of familiar themes in music emanated from H-wi every fifth period, eighty members of the school orchestra perfected their technique and prepared for numerous public appearances. This group won renewed acclaim for its style of performance and tonal quality. This years orchestra program included a variety of sym- phonic and operatic music. For the kick-oHi banquet of the United Appeal and for the South Piedmont Teachers Meeting they resented themes from Puccini's o eras. The' rained val- . 5 5 uable ex erience in workin ' with the Drama De artment in 3- Ffllfzlllhl' Ruizibozr. The most im ressive erformances 'iven b' P fs 5 the orchestra, however, were durin Y the Christmas and Easter is presentations of Handel's illrmriiilv with the choir. As is their custom, the orchestra participated in the annual District and State Music Contests. Several members played in the All-State Orchestra. The Sweefest Music Comes From Perfect Combination. D." 4 sl.. D Ll I In 6 i NEWLY FORMED A CAPPELLA CHOIR. First row: Cathy Harris, Ginger Allison, Lucilla Ricca, Grace Barnhill, Harriett Nash, Doreen Frost, Kay Turner, Jann Gannaway, Elaine Ward, Brenda Pope, Carolyn Prather, Annette Wicker, Second row: Meryine Recd, Bobbie Harris, Penny Carter, Jean Gardner, Marion Berryhill, Merrie Marcotte, Toni Kratt, Sandra Bassett, Barbara Chayis, Virginia Long. Third row: Gail Vincent, Masha Cook, David Pearce, Bob Nuttall, James Schmucker, Paul Smith, Morris Spearman, Sandy Saunders, Anna Jean Mayhew, Ann Chambless, Carolyn Watkins. Fourth row: Daye Quackenbush, Jimmy Little, Joel Patter- son, Jacob Mayer, Tommy Thomas, L. J. Stanley, Henry Parker, Wayne Fisher, Joe Goodson. c roup "IN ALL THINGS THERE IS MUSIC." First row: Frances Ellen Walker, Sandra Gravittc, Cathy Harris, Carolyn Prather, Harriett Nash, Jean Gardner, Doreen Frost, Emily Frazier, Elaine Ward, Annette Wicker, Second row: Lucilla Ricca, Meryine Reed, Myra Steele, Joyce Bestqen, Kay Turner, Adrienne Hogshead, Carol Stiteler, Chcryl lnottman, Ellen Elracl, Third row: Nancy Malors, Carolyn Watkins, Dee Dee Elliott, Joyce Hunter, Hannah Hamer, Toni Kratt, Laura Kissiah, Gail Jacobs, Brenda Pope, Mr. Carl Cronsteclt. Fourth row: Gail Vincent, Eleanor Hambright, Imogene Shipman, Kay Bard, Margie Martin, Marion Berryhill, Anna lean Mayhew, Virginia Long, Penny Carter Fifth row: Syen Thulin, Daye Quackenlvush, George Stallings, David Pearce, Jininwy Little, Butch Allen, John Brietz, Tommy Thomas, L. J. Stanley. Sixth row: James Schmucker, Bobby Stutts, George Wearn, O. C. Grayitte, Bob Nuttall, Joe Clontz, Doug Thcrrell, Joe Goodson, Johnny Arthur, Sandy Saunders, Clarence Bell, John McCorkle, Morris Spearman. ILM Performing The Messiah for the Student Body In thc x lst IDLISIL program .lt Myers Prlrlc fire xocal groups presented superror performances These groups lncluded the chorus, composed of second and fourth perlod musrc classes, the chorr, selected from members of the chorus the Gxrls Ensemble and the Boys Octet chosen from the Cl'lO1I' and the umor Hrgh Chorus composed of the thrrd perlod musrc c ass The chorr presented programs of sacred muslc at loc rl churches and made tlpe recordmgs for XVBT At ClTflSfI11clS 1nd Easter they performed III thc zlltfsmly xxrth the chorus and orchestra The Cnrls Ensemble sang before Vcll'lOLlS serxrce clubs Ill the crty, and the Boys Octet presented programs for men s clubs rn mrxous churches Members from rll of the groups made up the chorus rn Flllltllll Rainbow The Chorr and the Glrls Ensemble attended the DlSfflLf .ind State lN1us1c contests III early sprung JR HIGH CHORUS MUSIC TRAINS THE MIND Furst row Sanda Abernethy Ann Ahernethy Becky Swanzey Judy Turner Bah Ruchartlson Denny Smuth Hecky Stellmgs Henrretto Lunker Pat Austrn Peggy Anderson Joan Johnston Second row Barbara Spann Vnrglnla Chapman Peggy Hull Donna Hanes Davud Llndcrman John Craig Freddy Caudle Charles Boqer Gwynn Lnttle Vnckn Vaughn Linda Moller Joy Abcrnethy Kay Menford Thlrd row LeNorr Pearsall Martha Hemphrll Carol Ann Garrison Kathy Llgon Skip Molley Bully Newman Ronnue Smith Knppy Carter Candace Welsted Melya Heath Anne Jokes FF r 1 Ptuc 107 PM Un 1 .Q ,f , 'Z ,. - . - ,w.,v , 4 .T t - I Jdvfvf -BV-5422? v. , I X . 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First row: Ronald S:kar Marcia Janes, Patricia Vaughn Paul Lucas, Robert Lompoc Nancv Godwin Mary Meade Owens, l'eCQx Xfhrlclcn Second row: Slew: Boat, ltrnnwx Peirnm Marshall lanes Alex Glaxer, Dec-nw Wilson, John Conndlw, Mike Mcclclnck, Stexe Seawrlqht Joe Caldwell, Bold Nuttall, Maraaret Taylor, Harrx Holden, Howard DLlX'Oll,CYV'lll1IG Baker Third row: Barbara Lee, Phil Welch, Alex Huttaker, lone. lleason, Richard Wegner, Scottie Newherrv, Mike Yett, Barry Farr, Frost Branon, Philip Needham, Tammy Eflrd, Ben Gravely, Charles Porter, Dan Woodside, Carleton Whllden, Larrv Daws, Hugh Huntington, Herman Reed, Jlrwmy Kunkle Freeman Barber, Joe Johnson, Fourth row: Johnny Howren Rohcrt Ecachlcx., Douglas Therrell, Al Srnarr, Larry Massey. Standing: Steve Martin Harucx' Grastw, Markham Alexanclar, Barry Timberlake, Carl Schac-f, Curtis Hardy, Mr, Helms w -X-4 1 vm fl CS' ,F 4'-vm, .- ,gj .. 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Later in the year other students who hacl earned points by attending school activities joined the group. For their main project the Mustang Club solcl Myers Park pennants and macle programs for the Senior Varsity Basketball games. "ALL FOR MYERS PARK STAND UP AND HOLLER!" PRACTICES THE MUSTANG CLUB. First raw: Lydia Willard, Hill Wellford, Katie Carpenter, Scott Summers, Margie Davis, Ruthlee Phillips, Sikky Sams, Judy Shape, K. Smith. Second raw: Ethel Gilmour, Susan Meacham, Bonnie Currie, Carole Slaughter, Lyn McGarity, Morrison Lowrance, Judy Godfrey, Harriet Hester, Doodle Myers. Third row: Beth Hamilton, Cathy Harris, Betsy Glenn, Mary Lucas, Terry Flynn, Tish Smith, Sally McKalg, Dabney Johnston, Sue Lane. Fourth row: Pat Stallings, Robert Parlier, Lucy Barnes, Zach Thomas, Nancy House, Mac Alexander, Neal Cheek, Louie Sullivan, Bob Cordle. .....,,.-r MUSTANG CLUB OFFICERS SELL MP PENNANTS. Paul Ervin, President, K. Smith, Vice-President, Dabney Johnston, Secretary, Spike Sptgener, Treasurer. W g "1" Junior High CHEERLEADER' SYMBOLS OF SCHOOL SPIRIT. First row: Eloise DuBase, Moscotg Blonchc Willard, Mebone McDonald, Head Chcerleoderg Betsy Benoit, Gay Horns, Kathy Nivens, Mascot. Second row: Caroline Pulcher, Judy Adams, Noncy Wullord, Judy Sims, Moriono Kuester, "I'm a Mustang!" Practicing Long Hours After School. 6. Practicing and planning cheers, selling football programs and booster cards, spurring on school spirit in victory or defeat - these were the activities of the nine girls who were the epitome of school spirit this year. They could be found any afternoon in the south wing of LA syn- chronizing their actions and working out new and different cheers. On the football tield and basketball court they displayed pep and enthusi- asm which was contagious. ! I Q asa ,mqvy w YL 4' D ' vw -L 'W ma,..." nXlll"l 'sys' ,,,., iffy ' x g 3 Az' . n , 5 , ,Ag f gn 'y-Q f r'i:,Q "7ZR B',.cl3:rm N . . vw: 7 Q' L ls ll ,Q ,, 1 31 Var it Lynwood Mallard Right Halfback Ray Farris Quarterback Graham Allison Fullback Jimmy Mooney Lett Halfback Duncan Morton David Underwood Right End Right Tackle .mg Q., J ' I Wesley Fox Paul Anderson Jimmy Reiney Ben Gallagher Linfon Wray Right Guard Center Left Guard Loft Tackle Lett End ffensive Starters George Harris Lowell Mason Center Guard Cone es Mike Shulman Rudy Mansfield Hal Beaver Clayton Bundy Wing Back Linebacker Linebacker End efensive Replacements Gus Purcell Dwight Shoe Jack Sink Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach on Footh ll p SECOND STRING VARSITY. First row: Joe Johnson, Ralph Emmrich, Bobby Speizmon, Pot Currie, Mike Mczddock, Ed Loring. Second row: Richard Scott, Phil Burns, Bill Skidmore, Paul Potts, Butch Gallagher, John Soldoti, Bill Tourtellot, Tommy Blanton. "All the way, Mustangs. All the way!" typified the '57 football spirit at Myers Park. An undefeated season plus wins over Clanton and Xllfinston- Salem Gray led to the Xvestern AA championship. The mighty eleven then traveled to Elizabeth City where state championship hopes were crushed hy a narrow margin. The amazing concentration of talent which the coaches moulded into this winning team was led by senior backs Farris. Mallard. Mooney, Shul- man. and Allisong guards Fox, Mason, and Reiney, with Gallagher and Anderson at tackle and center. Beaver proved himself a past-master at the extra point while Farris' punting and passing won national recognition. For the first time traditional rivals, Central and Harding, fell prey to the Mustangs as impressive victories were tallied by the Myers Parkers. Besides outplaying all opponents, the Mustangs demonstrated such ex- cellent sportsmanship, that the names Myers Park and Sportsmanship have hecome synonymous. N MP MP , MP 'A X MP ' i' MP f 5 A, fx MP . 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Twenty-fur5t Shrine Bowl Gomc, V r Ray Farris, All-American, All-Southern, All- Sfutc, All-Cnty, Most Voluoblc Ploycr Award, Outstondrng Bock of Shrine Bowl, Otto Graham Trophy, Thum McAn Aword, 'nd 'Pon Lcnroyc Award. ,Ao Lynwood Mallard, Curvturn, Mu-,X Crut- sfondunq Bock, All-Cny All SI I : Rox Forrls, Duncan Morton, Dowd Underwood Bon Gcmuywu All-Cifyz Roy Forrw, Duncan Morton, Dowd Underwood, Jimmy Rclncy, - a c Lynwood MoNIord. Jrmmy Rcnncy, I, rw 5 . X , A if U1 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM. First row: Johnnie Williams, Rich Horris, Tommy Meochom, Goody Thomos, John G. Johnston, Pot Ellison, Hill Wellford. Second row: Bobby Stutts, Dick Rhyne, Jim Moore, Chuck Spain, Hoppy Huskey, Pool Stork, Johnny W. Johnston. Third row: Scott Summers, Lorry Hortsell, Billy Gilbert Ted Holl, Ronnie Moser, Phil Welch, Ed Mobley. Fourth row: Frank Anders, Trainer. unior arsit Football The record of the Varsity Mustangs was equalled by the jay Vees as they finished the season with no de- feats! Outstanding were backs, Captain Goody Thoinas, Louie Sullivan, Scott Summers, Billy Skid- more. Rich Harris, and Buzzy Carpenter: lineinen Richard Scott and johnny XV. Johnston. MP MP MP M P M P MP Svorvs To run around him or over him - North XY'est l2llSf Harding Central Gastonia thot is the question. ll 0 6 I9 6 1 O JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM. First row: Van Coble, Fenton Wells, Craig Wardlaw, Bill Hinson, Mike Houston, Jay Rogers, Charles Elrod, Jack Hardy, Buddy DuBose, Jimmy Wallace. Second row: Harvey Grasty, John Bolen, Howard Duvall, Donny Wood, Billy Mallard, Armand Daniel, Andy Gibson, Kenny Jordan, Doug Maddock, Jerry Adams. Third row: Truman Love, Butch Mathis, Richard Elmore, Jule Griffith, Bryan Crutcher, Butch Allison, Joc Spencer, Woody McGinn, Jamie Bryant, Billy Campbell. Fourth row: Dave Lindeman, Trainer, Peachy Hightower, Steven Douglas, Dan VVillis, Freddy Sprock, Tom Forshaw, Jack Swinney, Manager, R. G. Thrower, Line Coach, Stuart Allen, Head Coach. unior i ll Football "Hit 'em again! Hit 'em again - harder, harder!" The battle is halt won: he's turned the corner. 'illlli ilifBllllll!l!l?FllIlf.f ljilll ,iilliifsi A .- J -.. l MP MP MP MP MP MP l'.igc l L l The Colts, under the direction of Coaches Allen and Thrower, finished a successful season with 21 -i-2 record. A strong ground attack led hy Mike Houston, Ci'llll'iCS lflrod, and Buddy DuBose accounted for many impressive gains. fwonj -lr. High l 3 7 l8 Svorc-s Hawthorne flforfeitj XVilson Zl Mcfllintock Ill Sedgefield 7 All 0 MP jay Vees 7 Var it ask tb ll ann N , , 1 Duncan Morton Zach Thomas Forward Guard M583 lmslwtlwgill tcuin, taipliiiiicll lwy fgmli 'l4llUlllLlS .tml Rwlm-rt Suinmci-x'illc, sliwwul tlic ullNpL'tiliX'L' spirit liml liuntlc tlml is clmr.utci'istic ul gill Myers Park tcnms. The curly sczismfs rcumiml docs not rcllcct tlic lNlustuiig'5 skill or LlCfCl'Il1ll12lllUll as tlicii' sclictlulc iiiclutlcrl some of thc lvcst AAA tn-rims in thc state. 13 A in N. no-. A in kryf nw-QA, N . N new M V aim K - Roberf Summerville Ralph Timmelman Forward Guard l,4lcl4 ull liciglit pruvul Ll lmulsliip wliicli tliu Mus- tangs liimllv iwn-irziiiic' with thc first-lviullc wiiilwiim- i . limi of biiiiiiiicrvillc, llimiigls, giml lIIl1l1lCI'll14lll, Dun- can lX'lOl'UJIl'S uncanny dexterity umlci' thc rim xml David llmlcrwuml's nluility to confuse his opponents rimumlcd mit thc well-lxilrlmcd tcgim. Mark up two morn for Zach. The best fast-break team in the state. Dunk it, Duns! '- Ms-an David Underwood Center Stewart White Robert Parlier Wade Blackwelder Bill Wallace Forward Guard Promising juniors who prm'cxl their ability when cnllcd upon were ciLlillALiS Rolucrt Pzlrlicr and Bob Cjurdlc, Cjcntcrs Bill Wiillgicc and XY'hitcy KC'llQi2lii, i:0l'XV2ll'LiS XVLILIQ Hlguiiwcldcl' and Stcwurt XVl1itc. Forward CCV'l1Cr Form perfect, position excellent, and Zach shooting this shot is bound to go in. Bob Cordlc Guard Howard Arbucklc Forward Richard Barefoot Guard klnilki Fisk Outwolcr QPHTOV Whitey Kendall Cc-mer George Powell Condi N, .1 ,.,. ff -,,, if Q y' ,Ti Y, , M, W , , iffy, , K 'J' Y, 5 ww PARK V 7' f ig? Q my 9 H ,. fi. '5 ' b A ,, lg in - "" 'Q if 3 -11 'F .,,,, gsffffffi ,f. W. K Q, I Q M ,L 0 v n , .30--f x N 1 X X td" 1 X. , t Ar V nf. ,+L VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM First row: Coach Jock Sink, Chan Richards, Hal Beaver, Fred Cochren, Ray Farris, Jimmy Bush, Ralph Timmerman, Paul Ervin, Royfield Harris, Richard Wegner. Second row: Mel Durham, Goody Thomas, Bob Cordle, Buddy Herring, Robert Porlier, Jimmy Lane, Jimmy Williams, Gary Smith, Ronnie Smarr, Tommy Blanton, Billy Austin, Third row: Ken Sands, Rick Hulse, Buzzy Carpenter, Perry Turnipseed, Julio Codias, John Deliruft, George Chapman, Walter Floyd, Jim Moore, Wayne Clifton. aseb ll Led by Captain Ralph Timmerman at third base, the 1958 baseball team had the added spark of Ray Farris, Paul Ervin, and Buddy Herring on the mound, Zach Thomas at short-stop, and newcomer Ken Sands as catcher. The real strength of the '58 team lay in its pitching statl P- one of the best in the city. MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP Schedule Vfadcsboro . XX'ayncsx'ille ., Gastonia .. XX'adcsboro . Central .. Salisbury .. Central .. Harding .. East ..,....... Davidson College XX'cst .......,. Rock Hill ... North . . . Harding .. Rock Hill ... XXX-st .... North .. . Ifast , . , Frosli Bfilffll Il Lfllffll 22 March 25 March ZS . . . .April l ..April 2 . .April S ...April ll .April li .April lo .April ll ...April 25 ,..April 29 . . .May 2 . . .May 6 . . .May 9 , .May I5 , .hlgly lo Captain Ralph Timmerrnan. One strike coming up! We never did find that ball x ,.-v I JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL TEAM First row: Howard Duvall, Doug Maddock, Bill Hinson, Tommy Westerfield, Zan Copeland, David Pfohl, Jimmy Wallace, Jim Rogers, Billy Mallard, Donnie Wood, Second row: James Lofton, Bobby Cass, Robert Rice, Arnold Show, Eddie MacAleer, George Barnett, Don Willis, Peachie Hightowers, Bill Finley. Third row: Robert Flynn, Gus Anastes, Murray Lineberger, Hal Thompson, Johnny Phillips, Hank Boyd, Roy House, Jay Rogers, Fenton Welle. Fourth row: Butch Rogers, Buddy DuBose, Charles Elrod, Mike Houston, John Bowlin, Skipper Hough. Coach Purcell had an excellent turn-out of prospective bull players when prac- tices begun the first of March. After initial training sessions in the gym, the team moved out to the field as soon as weather permitted. The first string team had strength from returning lettermen Buddy DuBose and Mike Houston. ll nior i 'll aseball unior i ill olf During the spring of 1958, the junior high golfers played six matches und pur- ticiputed in the all-city tournament ut 90 3- I F , 16 the Carolina Golf Course. Although there were no returning lettermen, many promising golfers joined the team. JUNIOR HIGH GOLF TEAM First row: Freddy Sprock, Billy Campbell, Richard Elmore, Jamie Bryant, Bobby Melton, Berry Farr. Second row: Allan Shaw, Jack Hardy, Jule Griffith. FIELD TEAM First row: Ben Gallagher, Paul Anderson, Jim Reiney, Cutter Davis, Frankie McDonald, Evan Wood, Butch Gallagher, Bill Trapp. Second row: Richard Scott, Bobby Hardin, Butch Allison, Bob Pindell, Andy Gibson, Kippy Carter, Trey Snepp, Joe Spencer, James Deegan. Third row: Pat Ellison, Reggie Curly, Phil Welch, David Linderman, George Archer. TRACK TEAM Star cindermen brought state- wide recognition to the 1958 track team. Top performers were David Gilmour, Mile- Runnerg Tommy Stockton and Charles Powell, Medium Dis- tanceg Bill Houston, Dash. The relay teams also excelled. Out- standing participants in the field events were Billy Trapp, Dis- cusg Ben Gallagher and David Underwood, Shot-Putg Linton Xvray, Pole Vaultg llvan Wfood, High ,lumpg and john Chiles, Broad Jump. First row: Gaines Wilburn, Pat Currie, Robert Allen, Bill Houston, Charles Porter, Bill Carr, Neal Check. Second row: David Gilmour, Rich Harris, Tommy Stockton, Charles Powell, Jimmy Mooney, Hugh Huntington, Bob Johnston. Third row: Carl Sanderson, Bobby Howie, Eddie Howie, Harry Pressman, Ray Harper, Tommy O'Brien, George Wisecaryer, Lynwood Mallard, Rudy Mansfield. Fourth row: Bobby Dayus, Robert Whitton, Buddy Tathwell, Walter Kellogg, Eddie West, Gibby Smith, Ed Loring, Joe Burns, Paul Stork, SENIOR GOLF TEAM First row: Bill Grey, Don Browley, Donny Boon, Rush Shull, Dove Forr, Xon Low. Second row: Mike Tribble, Norman Guthrie, Johnny Byrd, Lcwson Stanley, Woync Smith, Johnny Turner. en nis Although the Myers Park netmen were short on experienced players, they were strong in force. Over twenty-tive boys turned out for spring practice, and the first-string team consisted of the top ten players who exhibited promising skill. Much of the team's strength rested on returning lettermen Lloyd Bost, Mike Shulman, and Bobby Bell, and on juerg Mueller, exchange student from Switzerland. The netters held matches with Salis- bury. Gastonia, Hickory, Central, Ashe- ville, and North Mecklenburg. Lloyd Bost ond Bobby Bell demonstrate the overhead smosh. Senior loli' Vlfinners of four state championships in the past six years, the Mustang golfers were led by returning lettermen Mike Tribble, Vlfayne Smith, Danny Baan, and johnny Byrd. MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP MP Sch liaclin . . . Gastonia .. Asheville . . . . R. DI. Reynolds . . Salisbury .... . Vilike lforest lfrosh .. Daxidson College -l.V. . .. ... Circ-ensboro ....,.... . . . R. ,l. Reynolds . . Ashcx ille ... Salisbury ., Gastonia Greensboro ....... . Dax idson College J.V State Championship . State Championship . TENNIS TEAM First row: Bobby Bell, Lloyd Bost, Mike Shulmon, Juerg Mueller. Second row: Robert Bcechely, Bill Moscly, Freddy Austin, Rob Abernethy, Ben McCoy. Martin ll hlarcll 15 Martli IS . .April l . .April S .April ll .April lei ,April IS .April ll .April lo .April 29 , .May l . . .... May S . .May 9 .May I2 .hlay 13 ,nv i n ross Countr CROSS COUNTRY TEAM First row: Charles Powell, Tommy Stockton, David Gilmour, Coach Brociten. Second row: Bob Johnston, Hugh Huntington, Naol Cheek, Bill Messerly, Gomes Wilburn. Third row: David Bomburger, Charles Adams, John Chiles, Bill Carr, Georqc Wisecorver, Jimmy Taylor. Once again Myers Park has run away with a cham- pionship as David Gilmour, Charles Powell, and Bill Carr finished first. second. and fourth places in the state cross country meet. Tommy Stockton and Gaines Vlfilburn were outstanding in many events. The only Haw in the otherwise perfect recorcl was a one-point loss to the Duke freshmen whom they hail previously heaten. The one-two punch, David Gilmour and Charles Powell streak across the finish line to capture first and second places in the state meet. MP MP M P M P M P M P M P M P Zl.. l8... w 29... 38... 58... 58... 48 .,,.... lst Place. . Schedule . . .XVake Forest Frosh . . . . . .40 ...East ........... ...N. C. State Frosh .. ...Bei ..Dul4e lirosh .... ...,l2 ..ll.N.C. Frosh .. ...aio ..Dul4e lirosh .. ...57 f Q .iv . .ltast ....... . . . . . .State Meet David and Charlie hald the trophy which the team won in the state meet. 's it , , 9 . ,' if nf ,. A 5,35 I 4 I pity, . :Sago iii. I L 4 in H9511 Y' A -4 SWIMMING TEAM First row: Vic Burg, George Hawes, James Torbet, Paul Gaodson, Philip Conner, Julius Barnhardt, Tommy Rogers, Chris Witaszek, Louie Sullivan Second row: Bill Gilbert, Bill Sanford, Jahn Brietz, Deems Wilson, Bill McGinty, Dicky Helbein, Jimmy Caldwell, Steve Van Every, Billy McKee, John Thomas, Bob Mobley, Joe Goodson. Swimming, a relatively new sport at Myers Park, stole perliormanees from Bill MtGinty, Tommy Rogers. ,lulius the post-football season spotlight by defeating the much Barnhardt. Philip Conner, Bill Sanford, and dix ers Buddy touted teams ol' Raleigh and Greensboro, and also by Parrott and Billy Gilbert sparked the team to its most breaking the state free-style relay team record. Indix idual successful season. Boasting great skill and ability, Coach Shoes powerful The Mustangs made a good showing by plating Calw- Mustang grapplers extended their winning streak to tain Graham Allison second, Bo Wfillard. Goody Thomas elex en straight xietories, before losing the state eham- and lfddie Edwards third, and Bill Taylor and Pete liliot pionship to Boone, litth in their respective weights at the state meet. WRESTLING TEAM First row: Johnny Turner, Goody Thomas, Bill Taylor, Pete Elliott. Second row: Jim Shuman, Graham Allison, Bo Willard, Jim Reiney, Ralph Emniricli, Third row: Jones Deason, Manager, Robert Drackson, Larry Smith, Phil Burns, John Newitt, George Foster, Paul Stork, Mike Maddock, Jam Bush, Buddy Brauch, Butch Mathis, Fourth row: Eddie Howie, Linton Wray, Paul Lucas, Martin Freedland, Ben Horack, Bill Coffey, David Johnson, Bon McCoy, Sammy Seaborn. Fifth row: Jim Moore, Paul Anderson, Spencer Crowell, Robert Beechley, Hoyle Hill, Bill Messerly, Mike Gilbert. 4' l 2 3 4 5 Nm f-tai Big Jim Reiney starts this pin with a cross-face, Cross country boys take oft lor an exciting racc. All-City forward Robert Summerville displays good lorm, A tlying start by Tommy Rogers and Julius Barnhardt. What! Mc a haltback? l'.aggi I wi A-A :K if tv. -.. 'vu 6 7. Lloyd Bost pertects his serve. 8. Team and cheerleaders prepare for a big game. 9. The end. . Wayne Smith scans the fairway bctore tccing off. ' 'sf is 5,5 W , sf. we I , 0 I if . :M n 1 . Qi'."ffw,w,. :M ,, , N..2, Md 'Its ha Nddva 1 X, .N f,1f LA., , v f f qgfy gQQ7'4f5',1?gr,, , JI, , J , :Jw I V, W' , 'K '91 .. . " f ' , 'A , if- i'f','1Yw' 495: :J -GE, A 'Q 1 ' " F m I . af -n f ,. H ,vw gfgls ., 'Q ' ,V ,ff .A ,IA .,. 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Molly Withers Koky Vvolt Charlotte Doggett, Jane Chornley, Jane Smith Barbara Hanks, Ann Sherrill, Alice Stratton Ethel Gilmour V46 . 6 E ,- ,-45, , C I . 25133 .. . 1 .Q Af ' ?XL .5rr'-'WK , if-ss ,e tt l rtit ' A ' er ff Q ' 1 ' tl 5551-tc,r . 4 fnellie . - if. 'h. 1 '17 yay 'A . -rv Q, -. 4 . v-tw-L KY - ' V' " I K A 74' A . aj g . '- A "WHOPPING" SERVE RIPS THE NET. Donna Flint, Brenda McKay Margaret Whitton, Norma Nuttall, Dagrnar Stoll, Vera Burner, Cynthia Baker A MIGHTY SWING! Joanne Cooper, Agnew Binder, Narnia Nuttall Dagmor Stoll, Kenny Mcfxrycr, Jenny Sl'YNlfl'l UNDER THE NET AND OVER THE FENCE. Betsy Glenn, Anne Barefoot, Hannah Homer, Kenny Mc- Aryer, lenny Smith, Senior i h irls' asketball Wlith their eyes on the coveted City Championship, the spirited Myers Park lfillies began intensive practice in November, They opened their season in ,lanuary by topping a 55-l I win over Charlotte Catholic High, followed by wins over Salisbury and Central. In the city play-offs they faced Central and Harding in four games each and emerged as the 1958 City Champions. At a Mother-Daughter Banquet which climaxed the season, each player received an engraved gold basketball. Tonda Taylor, Captain, accepted the City Champion- ship trophy in behalf of the team. Individual awards went to: Sally Mcliaig, Most Valuable Playerg Tonda Taylor, Best Sportsmanshipg Joyce Hunter, Cynthia Baker, and Judy Mathews, Outstanding Guards: Pat Sloan, Mary Ann Buck, and Joanne Cooper, Outstanding Forwards. THINGS ARE NOT WHAT THEY SEEMQ WE GOT THE BALL. Tonda Taylor Sally McKaig JUUY Suttle -lUdY Mathews Captain, Forward Forward Guard Guard Betsy Glenn Mary Ann Buck Forward Forward Joanne Cooper Toni Kratt Forward Forward Pat Sloan Dagmar Stoll Forward Guard Joyce Hunter Cynthia Baker Guard Guard 5 1 - . 5 15' . 1? g?Y'Y3-fa . veg i,.,,, W., '34-5 3235 24 0 r 3" i -F X J J! fri M-ai if at E we gli, ,ii 25f Ee E El ' V8 'Sli X, al z a 5 L xx -3 .x 'd 5 ALT? 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A 2 I V, X 1' 'C Q ' L-l 2 MISS MEBAN E MCDONALD FW rbmfln Emmy MISS ANNA WESLEY BEDDINGFIELD fo laomorc' B1 571101 MISS ANNE MACKINN EY Eggblla Gmdf Btilblly P' -1, C A111101 1 Roc 1 RS lNIlIxL SHUI MAN ROBH11 SAMS I1 111 ll.1111111f Book 111111111 X 11 11 111 S0lll0l' ovaltv Here xx e honor the re1.1p1e11ts of some of the most eox eted nx uds Q11 en to the memberb ofthe Semor C1155 of 1958 Carroll Rogeu reeened the DAR Au lfd xxh11.h Ib Qnen by the Chulotte Chapter of the Dmghters of the AIUCIILAII Rexol11t1o11 to the 111rl mobt exeellmg 111 depe11d.1b1l1ty sen 11.6 le1der5h1p md p1t11ot1s111 Ixlllxl QIILIIINJII won reeog111to11 through the H111 1111 Hook Aw nel LQIXCII by the H IFN 1r Book C lub to the boy xhoxx 1 woem 1 IS H erm N110 x w 1 SLIXILL Ro1s1s11 Sfxms 11111 ll P11111 s 1 omrm Roc 1 R9 Lx 11111 Xxfll 1111111 Hfllllltllllllllg 0116611 lxmg mm' fjlldill 11 H411111 C 11111111111 0111411 l 111111 Lletted Mrss H1Mrss by the members of her tl.1ss Robbre Sams represented the typrml senror grrl Ruthlee Phrllrps chosen by the football team because of her beauty .ind school sprrrt, rergned .rt the annual llomceomrng festrxrtres Attraetne Lydra Wrllard represented Myers Park rn the Carrousel parade Robbre Sams .md Tommy Rogers ruled oxer the Valentrne Dante as Krug and Queen of Hearts Lm bodyrng the Sprrrt of our sthool Lum Mrss Myers Park Junior Marshals Chosen on the basrs of Scholarshrp Crhzenshrp and Servree Sprke Sprgener Doodle Myers Gene Carpenter Helen Crevensten Brll Messerly Margare1Mrller Larry Sprcer Hope Westerfreld G orge Neely Anne Stratton John McCorkIe Becky Cannaday Davrd Underwood Harrret Hester Jean Gardner Bull Wallace Marsha Cook Nrck Holland Dorothy Kuebler Jerry Shurrg Nancy Duvall Bull Focht Sally Spratt Curtis Hardy Anne Lobdell Ronald Srkor Lourse Hablcht Goody Thomas Cynfhra Baker Chief Marshal George Horns Chref Marshal Barnes and Ray Farris became Mr. and cull ,, , ., , f.. vt H5745-,3 'L sign-. 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